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Array RANBROOK HERAI
V 0 L V M E    S «
CRANBROOK, B.C., PRIDAY, JUM  25th, 1924
N U M I! i: R
Who Will Be
Carnival Queen
Big Feature of Rotary Playground Festival Away
to Good Start
ABSENTEE VOTES PUT
LIBERALS IN; SOME
ARE CONTESTED
FOUR CONTESTANTS OUT
Starting off with a bnng Hint seen
nl to Round buccsbs, tho Children'
Playground Carnival Comtnltte
"Quooii Contofit" waa glvon a flj In
■tart ui the Rotarian luncheon o
Tuesday last,  Ci linens to Lho
nix
'•1 i
Hit* V.M.C.A,
It.
i ih<
III    nth.'
idtdacy
the   ll.
ilval." win
tin
i I..
of fort) >flvo gather
As gueilt) of tl
tin* varioui pvincesi
pnfgn managers
tatlves backing
various contoati
"Queen of the C
chosen on'August IBthj to reign for
the concluding day of the big four
days festival that Ute Rotary Playgrounds committee are putting on to
raise funds for tli.' equipment of an
up-to-date playground for the city
uf Crnnbrook In tho now city park,
Mr. T. Flett, after a tempting luncheon had been partaken of, called on
Mr, Dwelley ot' Lumberton to favor
with a Bong. His selection was received with lontl applause nnd he was
obliged to respond with an encore,
which was also equally appreciated.
Chairman Flett then handed the meeting over to F, M, MacPherson, the
contest manager for the queen voting contest. After citing briefly tlio
rules of the campaign, Mr. MacPherson called upon representatives of
the organizations placing candidates
in the field to introduce their respective princesses.
Each in their turn, in introducing
their princess, extolled her virtues
and dwelt upon her peculiar fitness
for the hitrli honor to which she was
aspiring, AH were of the one opinion thai while the main object of the
contest was the raising of funds for
the playground scheme, and while rivalry was essential to success, they
hoped that it would bo only of the
good natured kind, in keeping with
the spirit uf the whole scheme.  '
"Brothei Dill" St.'
cllffe,  introduced  tii
the B.P.O.E. lodge, Miss i
strong, of the staff <>t' t
Commerce.    Her entry
with rounds of applnuse.
Mr.   P,   W*.   Willis as  hi
manager.
The Gyros were next
opportunity of naming
the   contest,   ami   Gyi'i
was equal to the occai
appropriate Introdi • tory
sen ted Princess "Cheerio
Eugene  (Miss Norma W
the standard bearer foi
Gyro Stewart  Black
field captain,   Princ
also received with mi
In his turn Comn
sun came to the froi
of the Great War V
tlon uf Cranbrok an
ted the ohallengc i. i
mated that the Vets *
slake Iheir all on the popularity of
Princess "Vimy" (Miss Grade Ilig
gins) to win the dnj for tho boys of
the ..Id brigade, That she would not
lack for supporters wns .'\iil- need In
thfl welcome she received,
Last tu enter the lists as contenders for the honor .it' being tho orgn-
BASEBALL SCHEDULE        j Vl J Jjoc» Hav
RESUMES FOR SECOND   I1VIUU1C8  Uaj
halfofcityleague      Draws Near
Alter n breathing spall dicing tlie   Most Ridings go for Beer, But
1    /-l.ij—..   4..,   i_   c...  nea|    Final Majority is Against
Sale by the Glass
Is Wild Horse
Coming Back?
tin
tweon the Vetc-nii
Qofo's in decide
flrsl li.-ill' of the -i
take place nn Frld
purl, mul should ni
•dule
to work. |
.-.-..if in-;
Victoria
i* ,.r the
Is to
Children  Are  In  For
Good Time on Wednesday, August 6
EVENING CONCERTS
BY HOME TOWN BAND
ARE APPRECIATED
The  Home Town Band continues
  'iu    earn    much    favorable comment
Clean Up Thi* Week Repor- *""» lM>  Wednesday eve,
Thi
Kill I
starting i
'.'.Mill   hull'
xt Tin-
ill' the
..lu
August.
July i\
A UK*.   I
Aug. 5
Aug,'8
Auk- I
Aug, I
Auk. I
A ur. 2
Aug. L'i
tho ball
B I crowd.
im* ovenlng
cKedule will
 I   will   continue   nn
imi l-'riilii\ evenings during
I'll,* ilinu ... :.-* follows:
- -Vies vs. Vets.
City vs, Vies.
-Vi-I*i vs. City,
ELKS WILL BE HOSTS
Wis
Vi
Vies vs. City
:eupy-
■ clay
City vs
Yah
Vies vs. Velocity  vs,  Yit
Vets vs. Cit>
On Sunday aflernun tl
ik at* Lumberton.
ts.
Vies play
lark,
andidat
f Wy-
for
retta Arin-
.'   Hunk  Of
is greeted
He named
afforded an
. princess for
Bert Collins
ni ami in an
[linger) as
the Gyros.
a  named   as
Cheerio was
Preparation for the hig Children';
Ping Hay. on August 6th, Is
log ihe tin f the Elks the
antl it is gratifying to know thai their
plans are rounding nicely Into shape.
Su much so that unless nil signs fail
the Cranbrook kiddies are going to
have the time of their lives as guests
of their new found friend "Brother
Hill."
As the time pets nearer for the
drawing to see who is to he the owner af the new Ford ear, resting on
Its throne on Baker Street, it is very
tantalizing to those who are sure
lhat the lucky number is already
theirs and that only the formality of
tjrawing is between them and a joy
ride with Henry the ten millionth.
There are doubtless few, if any,
who nre not in sympathy with thej
object for which the Elks are working. It is therefore up to everyone
to see that their efforts are crowned
with success. Keep the date. August
sixth, the day before the Governor-
General, Lord Byng, of Vimy, arrives, firmly fixed in your minds and
be prepared to do all you can to put
the day over strong for the kiddies.
The scene of the outing is to he
near the old Standard mill, a very
popular picnic venue, and there are
cars in plenty promised to take all
the kiddles along;. There will be all
the appurtenances necessary for the
good times, and the Elks arc
The completion of tl
absentee votes in tho
ection, had a partlcul
suit for tho Liberals,
all a total of 24 seal
d t\\..
count of the
rovincinl el-
.\ happy re-
ing them In
They gain-
ted to Have Brought
$3,000.00
park,
hand or-
y fi;ian-
ais at the expense of lhe
rials, i
Macke
ded to
being
electlo
suit is
to he i
.ti. I
two froi
from U"
isle nm! Fori <i i
ihe government i
counted   Consul
..n  day.  though  tii
s lieing protested,
a recount at Fori ■
and
l'i
company, A, K, Leltch reiterated tho
idea that the objective was the main
Ihlng in lhe contest, which in this
i-ase was a worthy one. He look
pleasure in announcing lhat the company's representative would he Miss
udy" Drummond, one of Cran-
hrook's native horn daughters. Mr.
Frank Bamford was there to net as
er second.
The rules in connection with tlte
ontest are principally as follows:
Contest opened I p.m. July :2.2nd,
nd closes August loth,'the third day
of the Carnival, at I p.m.
The winner will he the contestant
for whom thc greatest number of
votes are turned in during that period.
The contestant for whom the greatest number of votes i
during the weeks endi;
July .'list, August 7th, and  August]
L5th, will he credited with 25 votes'
as a bonus for each week nf leader
ship.
Thi' winner will he crowned Queei
of the Carnival at If p.m.. August I"i
and will receive $150 in gold, while
the other contestants will each re
ceive $121) in gold and will he appoint
ed    .Maids   of   Honor to the Queen. len- who is living *« district short-,
Rach vote will bo numbered, and thell>- ai,,i win rt'tuni with hi" fl,mi,V "r:
Vancou
tuken from the Provln
ry Ellen Smith doposin
in the latter ease. 1
coiner Hanes the Inde
way to Bryan, Liberal
distinction by polling
many absentee votes'
candidates there put toj
standing at present is'
Liberals 	
Conservatives ..
Provincials 	
Labor  	
Independents 	
Thc final result of
has been summed up to B
indecisive result, Twent
iugs voted for beer by tin
seventeen against, but tli
a majority of votes ugdin
posnls,  the   figures  being
For	
Against 	
Majority against ....
i   Beat   were
Is, Mrs. Mn.
Gem McRae
Worth Van-
ndent gives
who earned
or times as
other
The
s   the
ither.
EVEN BETTER EXPECTED
News that was pleasing to many
ears was in circulation in the city this
week with regard to the operations of
tbe new Wild Morse Gold Mining Co..
be
•a going on for ■omekjorc|)
which  hav
lime past.
,lt   Unreported that a test  wash-up j yH|se
was made on one of the boxes thc oth-1
er day und a result that was highly i Mnrch
satisfactory to the company was ob-l'
tatned.    An amount of gold in the
neighborhood of $H,000 wus washed
up.    As this was but the sand, much
optimism is felt in regard to the final
clean up iu the fall.   Those in charge I gerell0(j(j
of the project are to be congratulated I
on the success of their efforts thus
far.
certs in the hand stand at tl
Their efforts to continue I
gaui/.alioit without asking
cial assistance from the city deservi
every encouragement, and it i* evi-
ent much progress is being made ar
n result of the continuous pruvtict
engaged in during the past two oi
Ihree months.
The  program  presented on   Wednesday evening Inst was as follows:
"Student Spirit'1
Skaggs
"Smiles and Dimples"
Crosby
"Kemper Cadet"
Harris
"Love's Vision"
Skaggs
"Spirit ..I' Liberty"
Miller
"In u Hose Garden"
Crosby
Trai! Plant
Is Growing
Extensive Add       Are Being
Made to Increase Facilities
AtT '
WORK IS NOW U" DERWAY
Scronad.
Overture
Muri-li
i.li.l   Fi
.Mill,
March
the
.Mis
Maxwell
God Cave
r. «'. "* '
ml Miller
The King
turned inLtahding behind   it,   which men
July 24th,tgood dual.
FARMER LEAVING THE
DISTRICT TO RETURN
TO SCOTLAND
Baseball enthusiasts nl'
trict will regret tn It-.-itn
crack Fernie baseball team
lu disband, this wc learn In
necessary  on  account   nf
-three rld-
ifluss, nml
ii-   is  still
i the pro-
..  72,S3'.I
71,15:1
1,820
tho dis-
that the
is about
-. become
the    pool-
Mrs. George Smith, and her guest,
.Mi.-s Millingtott, were visitors to Lumberton the beginning of the week.
After spending about seven weeks
in the hospital, it is expected that
Miss p, E, Magee will be able to return home about the end uf the
the week.
Buethe, a
of Chicago. wb.» have I
of Mr. and Mrs. W. P
the past ten days, left
lid
for Los Angeles,
trip of four days
Banff was much
Robert,
'en the guests
AttridKe, foi
n Wednesday
While he
to Lake !
injoyed,
1 a inotoi
iiilse and
Mrs. K. 11. Wilkinson and Mrs.
(Major) Howden returned t" Cranbrook on Tuesday from a ret. tr. tri|
to England. Mrs. Wilkinson had gonr
to the Old Country from Calif ■■<:■.
and is staying in Cranbrook for bul
a short time before joining Mr. Wil
n in Los Angeles.
• strikt
.vinnittg mn
ilne tinting
Id p<
rtber a
the C
cent of
i: tlrnwjng to
rnival will n
..ti.t. I five
.t.iv(1'shire
the
outlook for a settlement of tin
that  is  now on  in  the eoal  dist
Sunday next will be the last opportu-jarc
nity of local fans seeing this team in ) ^|r
  | action, when they will play i wo games New Brunswick friends, Mr. McFeelFurth
Crnnbrook is to lose a good farmer |'" lIlL' afternoon, one at Kimberley, being originally  from  Sussex,  N.B. I Inter,
ortly in the person of Mr. .1. Cul-|Ilt - p.m._nud the other at Wycliffe I He Is now in the retail lumber busi-!
* nt Cnmrose.   The party expects
retbrn to their home on Friday
Dr, Ranle and wife, and Miss Vat
Home nf Los Angeles, were mot.n
visitors to Cranbrook this week, com
ing    In    via    Nelson on Wednesday
While in the city they were guests of | kin
Mr. and Mrs. W. I). Cilroy, They left!
on Friday morning for Windermere,      °" Al,^rust Ut- the Great War V.Lake Louise and Bunff. wans Jirt P»Hing on a c ncerl
--                             j dunce.   The concert i-= guarai  ■
Mr. and Mrs. McFee, of Cumrose, lbe a good one as will also the dam
Alta., accompanied by their two sonsiThc admission to the concert will be
visiting at the home of Mr. andj-50 cents, and to the dance 7fi cents,
Baxter.    The families are old'to both the admission will be 51.00.
announcement will be madi
t 5.45.
rowd w
the
It is expected thai i
11 be In attendance.
nd i
tival plans
id from th.
S. John
n behalf
v Bocia
t accop-
and imi-
■ pn
nlintlon ihat could
the ettuse which Ihe
Queen Contost iveri
the   Western   GroCd
d<<  Ihe   mo t   do'
carnival and the
supporting, was
-, I i.i     I',.i   the
i  his   former home in   Lanark-1
ubout twenty miles from Glasgow, where  he  hns other relatives.,
He has announced an auction sale of
an out-'ms  "vp  sto<'lc  and   farming  implb-
f,,nmi., ments, which is tu take place on Sut-
desrrip- '"''day. August 2nd.    Mr. Cullen pur-
based  the  Win.  Hamilton  ranch on
hill above the fair grounds, and
farmed diligently since going un
place two or three seasons ago,
quality of the stock he is putting
showing  where  his  efforts  have
been concentrated.   He has been mar-
miadrangtajtat'flS Jl limited quantity of good qua-
and dance pa-1'''.*' butter, and has introduced some
here  all sot ts'nm'   registered   Oxford   Down   sheep
will  be seen. on l'H' -place, which are to he put up
for sale with  the  rest  of the stock
and implements.    The crop now mat-
feed, etc.
Dr. J. W.
sale of votes
Ri tarlan *
line of the I
lated  to tint
tion given by him Cranbrook is in for
the biggest four days of fun that Bhe ''"
has seen in a long time. 'im
It. front of the present band stand I,u
in tii.' park is to he erected 0 grand,11"
dance platform.    Here jitney .lames, "'!
will be run during each evening of the!
Carnival,     Forming
around the ham) -lam!
vllion will he booths
ot" carnival attraction1
throwing for dolls, taking Chances ot
Hu whei l< oi' fortune ror dolls, who!.
hnmx   and  other arti.'I.-   both   useful l,rin'-'- nwisisting of fruit
and ornamental Will afford a lot of1"'1*' "'so to he disposed of
Those wishing to see
at Lumberton on Sun
down on the noon trail
the 5.10.
Ha- hall gam.
going by
Banff.
wuy of  Windermere and
•y.L.
(tdl
r
Father Khmann
duy from a trip to
hi- ha
MoTl
Hol
,\ ■■ pro.
!
:
4   Smelting  i
Ltd., stop.
hurt ol in  for
'
filed   1 p   of
,i .ill
-,. Q.
*.,-..
:   .11   the
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s to Europe.   Alt. and
addil j
\   furt! er i -   lead
refii ■ ■: ng   the
new extensions,    * , of the
by ni   nd-
■   .' per
:• i
11 ■   three
Dwight two of
hem double t hereto
for. : -    ■;.,,.
Iiur from
■
V  modern   d ting
r lining
ri
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under
ught it
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'     '
STOCK JUDGING TEAMS
TO VANCOUVER AND
WESTMINSTER FAIRS
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Doodson and
little one returned ou Tuesday to
Cranbrook, nnd have been welcomed
home by their many friends.    Mrs. jnntJ other points were also visited
Doodson has hud a long stay in the
Old Country, at Vork, while Frank
fast, Susk., having been away trota
the city for ubout six weeks. On
his arrival home Fnther Ehmam
found his mother in poor health, hut
her condition was much improved before he left.    Regina and Edmonton
r'- . :
. ' .'Ill-
It is again time to
Live Stock Judging
Coast Fairs and as pi
being made to enter i
Cranbrook ut both the V
New Westminster Exh
buys or girls interested
should semi iu their i
Agricultural office as so.
Arrangements   are   In
repare Junior
-ams for the
titrations are
a   team   from
A. Lome Leigh, accompanied by
, .      .   . ... friend. Jack Day, were visitors *>u'
..as been absent since early this year.]- „ . '.   ,.      .   ' .. . .     ,     .
ii     ni      .u        s.*.    *.    /i.   i    j      ing into the city this week, the l .in.
He did not have the best kind of a I   ' .   . ,    ,,       *,,-,,-,
,   ,.,      .  . .   -,.    .. .     er being a brother of A. Earle L.-ig .
holiday, being most of the time under
the doctor's care, having to undergo u severe operation, and having twice to postpone the date of the
He did not on this acuity opportunity to take
hold   afternoon   demonstrations   just
imcouver and Leturn trij)
lWti«JB'   "'^Vount have
in this work'in thc British Empire Exhibition, the
ames   o the | attraction which is drawing so many
a OS possible.'
ing  made  to
pleasure
sporting
sihility
nightly
for those possessed of the Rutledge will be the auctioneer at the
instinct,  to Whom   haiardl88**
Ice cream and refroshmenl - •♦«   	
"" '- "»•"•   "       TEACHERS APPOINTED
ii hoped that a men j -go round
secured fot the event.
ee attraction booth or plat
to be provided and the respon-
for the program to b.  givenj    Additional  appointments    to    the
be on various orfantea-L,hool teaching stuffs were announced
TO VACANCIES ON
SCHOOL STAFFS
visitors to  Knglund  this yenr.    He
did not lose any time renewing uc-
luuintunce with the C.P.R. on his rerun the
,.     .. ...  -..ing day
the Vancouver Exhibition,
At the Vancouver Exhibition thel     Creston  village,  which   will  elect
teams will huve to judge Hairy Cattle, j its first council on July 28th, is due
Beef   Cuttle,   Heavy   Horses,   Sheep)to get off to a semi-royal start, due
the fact thut one of the functions
a. often a. pooible a» there nm only tm    J,,     „„, 0„ his       ,
a„„,t three weeki left to prepare forL,,,,^,    d
tions. M lq understood that om
ning eoniimious boxing matchc
i.-111 the entertainment,
will
j. *.;..;..;..;. *.;. * *.;..;..;. *.;
************
CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF CRANBROOK
NOTICE TO WATER USERS
c-jtllsd in Hit- following
nf water ui
Bj 1 av :
cd for ipiinkllng .»f hmns, garifoiiii was*
shall onl) hi- nsi-tl wilhin Iln- Imtirs ful
iu iiu- morning (five o'clock
,x-  o*cloclc mldnlghl (eleven
I in- Dttcnllon
■ectloni of lhe Walei
31—Water in be ui
pli.ts .im.i boulevards,
Inn Ing 1—
From the hour of siv o'clock
local lime) to ihe hour uf tweb
oclock in tin- afternoon locnl time),
The Council, howevert roseVves lhe ri^ht to Jiseuntiiiiie
the furnishing of water for fountains, hose and lawn sprinklers
ur lo limit the hours for usiiiK the same whenever in the discretion of the Council, tlie public interests may require il.
49 Any person guilty of a breath of the provisions of this
By-Law (save aud except the provisions dealing with the payment of rales, rents and charges) shall upon summary conviction be liable to a penalty not exceeding lhe sum of Iwo Hundred und l-'ifly Dollars ($250,011) for every violation of Ihis By-
Law or any subsection thereof.
50 The penally imposed hy section 49 of Ihis By-Law for
any violation thereof may be recovered by way of summary pro-
ceedings before any Police Magistrate, stipendiary Magistrate,
or any two Justices of the Peace having jurisdiction within the
Municipality of the City of Cranbrook and every such penalty *
may with the costs of conviction he levied hy distress of the |
goods and chattels of the persons so violating this bylaw and in •••
case such goods and chattels should prove insuflicieiit to satis- *
fy such penalty and costs, then hy imprisonment of such person t
for any time not exceeding three (.1) calendar months for the t
first oflence and not exceeding twelve (12) calendar months |
for any subsequent offence. %
*
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this week as follows:
Miss Mary .1. Riec, nf Vernon, appointed tn a junior room at South
Ward school, inking Miss Kh-ury's
[position.
Miss Florence K. Best of Kamlodps,
.in a junior grade in Central School,
Miss Myrtle McCumIIii, of Erlckson, to an Intermediate grade in Central school, takitiR whal was Mrs.
Dow'i room.
Miss Marguerite K. Johnson, of
Chllliwack, to senior grade at Contra! School formerly taken by .Miss
] Magee,
i Miss Magoo hus accepted the ap-
pointmnt tn the staff nf the lliKh
School.
i
und Swine. At New Westminster the
classes will consist of Hairy Tattle.
Beef Cattle ami Heavy Morses, so
that the teams must be prepared to
judge practically all lines of live
stock.     When we consider that the
jeweller of this city. They had motored from Red Deer. Alta., to Cal-
ary und Banff, and over the nen road
to Windermere and Cranbrook, and
left again on Thursday to continue
their way round the hlue circle tour
by way of the Trows Nest.
This is the open season f-.r transcontinental and long distance hikers,
and two young ladies who take to
this form of diversion were in the . •
ty Inst Saturday, after making a to
of the American national parks, and
having just come down from Banff
over the new road on foot. Thej
were heading west from here.
Pair Boards pay the transportation Icellency will also invest Col,
und accommodations of the teams Lister. D.S.O., the well known mem*
from the different district* interested i ber of the legisluture, with hilt C.M.G.,
in this work, we can readily see thnt which wns awarded long before the
they realise the importance of this I close of the war but ns yet has not
work from an educational StandpointIbeon  conferred.     A   strong  citizens'
Baron Byng, Canada's Governor-Gen*I It would be difficult to say just
erul, will perfo/m whilst there on Au-1 how many states In the union have
gust tith, will be the swearing in of sent cars to Cranbrook this summer,
the new village's first lot of coun-jbut during the past two weeks or so
iliors.    Iu addition to this, his ex-1there hus seemed to he a preponder-
uml it is hoped some of the hoys and
girls of the district will grasp this
opportunity of seeing stoek at two of
the besl Fairs in Western Canada,
A. I.. HAY,      Dlstrlcl Agriculturist
Krediunce of big curs coming from a considerable distance among those which
have been seen in Cranbrook. Am
one: the recent arrivals noted have
been curs from Florida, Missourit ' o-
lorado, North Dakota, Michigan, Mon-
mmittee has been formed to look i tana and  Idaho, besides those which
GOVERNOR-GENERAL
TO MEET RETURNED
after  affairs  during  the
general's visit, und us tbis
time in the villiiffe's history that
an   affair  hits   been  ataired,   a
large turnout  of people  from
town uml country is looked for,
governor-'are every duy sights from California,
* the first'Oregon uml Washington, and the pro
nuch gtneos of Alberta nnd Saskatchewan,
both
MEN ON AUGUST 7B0NNERS FERRY BALL
CO-OPERATIVE STORE TO
MOVE TO NEW LOCATION MONDAY NEXT
As announced in their regular advertising space, the Cranbrook District Co-Operative Society's store will
be moving to their new location, the
former Rex Theatre building, on
Mnmluy of next week. The place hus
been completely remodelled inside,
a new front put in, und will present
u most attractive appearance, besides
affording more room, which thc growing business of the store has made
necessary.
Gyro Dane* For Carnival Queen
On August mill, tho Gyros ure
putting on a grand dance for the hen-
el it of their Princess, This is to take
place the night before the opening
of the big four daya event. Robin
son's five piece orchestra has hern
engaged, The dance is i« lake plno
in the Auditorium.
All ex-soldieis are requested to
meet nt the G.W.V.A. Club rooms on
Thursdayj August 7th, at !» u.m. for
the purpose of proceeding to the railway station to receive Ilis  Kxcellen-
cy, Lord Byng, of Vimy.
Civilian clothes will be worn but,
if nl all possible, soldiers ure asked to
wear the ribbons of any war or wars
they huve tuken pari in- Ribbons for
the South African und Great War
may be obtained free of charge from
the steward of the G.W.V.A. Club in
the event of nny ex-service men being without them.
Establishing Now Logging Camp,
The Otis Staples Lumber Co. are
establishing n new camp near Kimberley, the location bolng about
four miles northwest of ihe town. The
biiildinirs from the former headquarters cump ure being brought down
lite logging ruilwuy, anil some huve
already been moved up to their new
locations. Other buildinga in process nf removal have been left on
tbe in ait ie just up aboro Wyeliffe till Tlu
new hi ten ure prepared for them. fuv
hi in i I Berglln. who had been uini,
inp for the C.I'.H. ut their mill at
Vahk, passed away at the St, Bugs ■
'hospitul Sunday night as a resull of
!un accident which hefid him while
at his work on Friday Inst, when a
|log fell on the unfortunate man.
The funeral took place ..n Wednesday
  i afternoon from the undertaking par-
The final game of the series of |org( Rt,v  K  w  MacKay conducting
ball games thut Bonners Ferry team the 8ePvjce  thm,     Membera  of  lhe
hns been playing in the district took|oddfeI|oW8   Lodge  egcorted   lh(>   |(..
mains  of their departed  brother  to
TEAM SECURES WIN
IN LAST GAME HERE
place
n Wednesday evening in this
city, when the visitors had as their
oppomnts the Wycliffe tenm. This
wus the second time that these two
teams hud met, Wycliffe having got
the better of the argument with them
in a game on Monday evening, reported elsewhere in this paper.
The game on Wednesday evening
wns only a fair exhibition of baseball,
the Wycliffe players running into a
fit of errors which were costly. Hin*
ton, who cnught for Wycliffe had a
night off and could not hold the
ball.
Bonners Ferry drew blood in the'efforts   of  those   in  charge
the grave where the funeral service
of the order was read by Bro. Art
Burch, N.G., nnd Bro. S. Fyles, P.G.
Mr. F. H. Dezull nnd family returned home Sunday after a pleasant trip
the to const. Spokane, Seattle, Van
vcuuver Victoria, New Westminster
and other points were visited during
the trip. At Seattle the tourist park
is the lust wonl in places of this kind,
everything conceivable for tbe comfort and convenience of the tourist
having been provided, und that the
ap-
first innings, scoring three, and then
added another in the third.   Wycliffe
got one in the fourth.    In the fifth
the  visitors  added  three  more  and
Wycliffo looked good for a few in the
si*th. but were onlv am> to land two
final score wus seven to thrt*e in is th** piece of road bi
r uf ttoimtir* Furry. F«y aad Sun.I Point
predated is evidenced by the fact
thnt the night Mr. Dezall was there
uver four hundred curs were regis
tered. Speaking of roads, the tour
ists tell the same tale as last yenr- -
Hiat the worrt pnrt nf th" vrr>!n t-![
n Bonn. I
H,   '..   '-■■    ■!■.;■ !.•  J,/.->
Ening cloii i >i-,-k,
eek-end,
in conr.e
■ On
donda Winder-
ere in col
from
-.:' the
week,
J.  Le;; lb •■ er
f the ..i- in
. having
toui mpany
witl a bus-
■   ;.'-cts to
return a Uttl I rashes
and kit. ai : loing bus-
in Cranl Crow's
'>■■ * ■'.        . lie < xpec-
■ r                 Monday
or Tuesda . big cir-
H« at                   ressed
with the •■ .*       r\ inder*
HEAVY FINE FOR
ALLOWING CAMP FIRE
TO REMAIN ALIGHT
On Sal th, Tony I at*
sola     we
....
charged   ■■■ it h leavti . p  fire
bun end
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Moyle
Schoolh iso, Robl ■ tra,
Friday A
"In thi Pali ttht
Star.
Suii.liiv, ,)u!y 27: Chan base
ball; Pernie vs. K .; Kim-
berley, -' p.n
; Pen
V -cllffe,
in  U'nJifl'i-.
Hon. .V Tin   .
Love," ul thi
"Tiger
(Ved, nnd Tin
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"Thi- Slave ..
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Saturday, Auk
-:   -
Au.*l
mi  Sale
ul  fill-in of .1
Culle
Wednesday, Ai
g. i:
1:1
0,  Kiln
Children's Di
Wi-.l. Thurs, frl. Sat., An-n-i 13, 14,
18 nnd 1(1: Rotor) Club's 1%
Carnival ul Cranbrook.
Friday a Saturday, Au-.-n I l".i St HO:
Windermere   bi trict/Fall   Pair,
combined with > tine ot Wlndor-
iiii-ii* iiisi.nii Race Association.
I.ulim- Day: -Big Dai
tiii-iiiin.
i.li. tkMS   TWO
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Friday, July 25th, l<)24
KIM
LEY and WYCLIFFE
INTERESTING ITEMS CONCERNING HAPPENINGS IN AND ABOUT THE BUSY TOWNS ON THE NORTH BRANCH, WHERE MINING, LUMBERING AND FARMING INTERESTS ARE SUPREME
The Otis Staples
Lumber Co., Ltd.
Yard Is Now
OPEN FOR BUSINESS
We Will Carry A
COMPLETE STOCK
-- OF —
LUMBER
LATH
SHINGLES
MOULDINGS
DOORS
WINDOWS
BUILDING PAPER
NAILS
ROOFING
BUILDER'S
CEMENT
HARDWARE
DROP IN ANII LOOK OVEB OUK STOCK.
WILL t'lNII
YOU
OUR GRADES ARE UNIFORM
WHY PAY RENT
Ask T, I. COLLINGS
OUR LOCAL MANAGER — HE WILL BE PLEASED
TO SHOW YOU PLANS AND
QUOTE YOU PRICES.
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J     ll   is expected that work on the
re-treatment addition to the concen-
j trator will bo completed in a few duys
and tho new works put in operation at
!    Mr. and Mrs. Tom Caldwell
the week-end at St. Mary's Lake
ti nee
Mr,   Johnson,   of   the Orpheum
Theatre, come over from Fernie on
Wednesday, accompanied by    Miss
Johnson..
William Young and family of the
Concentrator, left by car for a two
weeks' trip to Spokane and coast eit-
Pent BONNERS TERRY TEAM
LOSES FIRST THREE        I
BASEBALL OAMES
A new arrival at the concentrn-
eanip is Ted Nogle of Penticton.
Ted Im
joint
.1 the office staff.
Mr. ami Mrs. Frank Carlson and
Iris returned this week from the Windermere eountryf where they have
spent a pleusutii holiday. Mr. Carlson reports fishing very gopd and the
roods iu splendid condition,
j    List
] liroa.
your   property   with
J BPltN — At
this week, to Mr.
eon, a daughter.
Martin
35tf
McDougall Heights,
and Mrs. E, K. Jack-
]    Mrs
itting
I Mr.
'mily,
Wash,
lianlf.
. Meters, of Vancouver, is visit the home of Dr. Hanlngton.
and Mrs. Pete Murphy and found Mr- Murphy, of Republic,
, left on Monday by motor for
Medley McLeod
with u bad knee.
is  in  the  hospital
Mark Creek stoj-c will
tho new addition built
store.     The   addition
roomy nml up-to-date in
eupy
1  old
and
ppenrunee.
nice
Kimberley again defeated Bonners
Ferry iu the ball game Sunday, the
score being tt-1 in favor of the home
team. It was a good game of ball j i I
from stiirl to finish—n pitohovs battle. |! \
Pennington coming out on top aided
I by the excellent support accorded him
I by the whole teutn. Kimberley funs
should lake off ibeir huts to Bonners
first baseman for ho sure wns a
dandy.
Kimberley again won from Kn.mirs
Ferry in lhe game played here Tuesday night, tho Score bolng 4-8 in favor of the home team.
Before deciding on that new building or that repair work* see Geo. R.
Leask, the Pioneer Builder of Kim
I berley and Cranbrook. 18tf
Miss Mny Anthony is confined to
the St. Eugene Hospital nt Cronbrook
suffering from au attack of typhoid
' fever.
I Mr. Howard Kirhy and Miss Alva
McLeod were married in Crnnbrook
<m Wednesday, they left on thc noon
train for Nelson, Spokane and other
points.
Misses Lily :
of Moyie, wort
days this week.
id Gertrude Conrad,
in town for a few
Morrison & Burke
Dealers In Coal and Wood
TIUNSmt TVOKK DONE
Tell your wlvt> and tell yoar
frlendi
r. »ir ?-a:
When You Think ot Insurance
— Call Up —
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Cranbrook &  Kimberley
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and You Will Have No Delay* or Regrets.
Besides General Repairs—
We Make and Repair Springs.
Rebuild and Recharge Batteries.
Carry Ford Parti in Stock.
Repair All Makes of Cars.
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Where you can get n guarantee   nf   Service   and
Satisfaction
All order* *ent ut arc filled at i
carefully at if you were present j
Mr. Jnckaon and Mr. Willis of tho
C. M. & S. staff, nnd Mr. Kvans of
the Concentrator, spent tho woek-ond
at Moechnms, All hod n good time
and good fishing, bringing home soma
fine specimens,
Mr. T. Summers nnd family spent
the week-end at Radium Hot Springs.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Atwood, of Creston,
itnd son, Bill, of New York, were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. C, A. Foote
on Monday,
500   Sun   Life   Policy   Holdert   at
Kimberley are reminded that the company has recently added a new policy.
Your local agents, Martin Bros., of
Cranbrook, have specialized in the
life business for fifteen years, and
can advise you about this new policy
and serve you in any other life insurance matters. 1 ltf
WYCLIFFE NOTES
Dick Burke spent tt fe
Mary's Lake, fishing.
days at St.
Mrs. V.
town
friends.
Desaulnfers
this   week
>f Moyie
visiting
was
with
The Warren hoys left for Penticton this week in Iheir new Hudson,
Mr. N. W. Burdette
posed of his busines
wood, of Trail. Mr.
carrying on the busini
Miss Fraser MacKay.
this week dis-
t.. Mr, Hazel-
O'Neil is still
ss. assisted by
Mr,  Frank
new Rollins.
Fort ier  is  sporting
There is a fine crop of huckleberries between the North Star and the
Stemwinedr, largo quantities having
been brought Into town by different
parties.
Mrs. Wm. Lindsay spent a few days
in town tho end of last week.
Mr, George Kennedy was tt Kimberley visitor, Wednesday.
Mr. Alex Horne is spending ji vacation of about one month at the
ccast.
Mrs. Nick McKenzle entertained on
Thursday in honor of Mrs. Colmnr
who is leaving on Friday for her
home in Trail.
The G.W.V.A. held a ttmoker on
Friday evening in the Oddfellows'
Hall. Those attending spent a very
happy time.
1). Sawyer and W. Morris, who
made the trip to Calgary by car to
take in the recent stampede he id in
that city, returned on Monthly of last
week.    Matt Forrest, who aecompa-
d them to the prairie celebration
returned the same day, the proud possessor nnd chauffeur of a car acquired in Calgary,
Mrs. Wi James and little son arrived in Wycliffe from Couer d'Alene, I
Idaho, on Tuesday of last week, to
spend the summer months here with
Mr. James and two sons.
Mr. and Mrs. II. Houle, nnd Messrs. B. Bourgeois, C. Mower, and B.
Johnson, attended the enjoyable
dance held in the K. P. Hall, Cranbrook, last Tuesday night.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Crowe and family
left on Wednesday for a two weeks'
holiday trip to Grand Forks and Vancouver.
LJohi'cn, of Cull Lake, Sask., arrived on Wednesday of last week and
filling the vacancy in the store
staff. Mr, Johren is a pitcher of no
mean ability, which was shown in his
first game played with the locals nt
Fernie last Sunday, and is a welcome'
addition to the playing ranks.
The first trainload of logs from the
new company camp near Kimberley.
was hauled tn the mill on Saturday
last. The switch from, one camp to
the other has been made without interfering with the source of supply in
any way,
Mr. J. Belyea, of Vancouver, B.C.,
senior partner of the firm of Belyea
& Gordon, hardware merchants, of
that city, was a visitor in Wycliffe
on Wednesday last. Mr. A. Staples
is an uncle, and met his nephew at
thi.- time for the first time in a good
many years.
Several alien residents ia their efforts to make life cheerful uml promote the spirit of camaraderie, so tu
.peak, have only succeeded in making
the night hideous and local residents
disgustetl. We ure referring to the
evening of Sunday last, when a carload of rowdies disturbed tbe peace
in no uncertain manner; and the question is, "Are they going to get away
with it?"   This is not the first time
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Hl'ILlI Ii' WITH
Staples Lumber
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LET l!S HUIM) VOU A IIOMK
ON TIIE EASS PAYMENT PLAN
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Now Open.
Take Advantage of The Privileges of This Club
...Vancouver:—Lumber exports from
Fraser River sawmills for the first
quarter of tht? present yenr show a
remarkable increase over the exports
from the corresponding period of the|bv « lonK shot» «»<l il wejlW that the
previous year. The actual figures
ure: lumber exported in the first
quarter of 1923, <t,0(M,22<i feet, valued at $215,24.r»; while for thc same
period in 1024, 111.0^7,7-18 feet, vval-
ued at $480,680 has been shipped.
Ore*
Called For
Delivered
Fresh Home Made Sausage
Butler, Cheese, Ekks and Lard
always in stock
SWIFT'S     PREMIUM  HAMS
1 AND BACON
i   Fresh Fi.h Thursday and Friday
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SILVERWARE
Both Table ware and flatware
has just arrived
Also a new line of
FANCY GLASS WARE
Mott  Appropriate  for
WEDDING GIFTS
KIMBERLEY JEWELRY
long arm of the law should he long
enough to reach this corner of the
world in an investigation.
Several ear loads of Wycliffe people made up a merry party th;it spent
Sunday afternoon onjoytng tho swim-
ming in Wasa Lake.
Sunday')
j which the
ing end
;  ball game  in  Fernie,
locals took the disappoint"
if a -1-2 score contained
plenty   of  grief   according  (o  those
| who witnessed the game. Although
the miners found .lohren for hut one
, solitary bit and the locals tapped
Hines, of Fernie for eleven snfftlcs,
j the result, as stated, was four runs
to two (?) 'Twas the same old story,
a floek of errors blossoming forth at
the critical moment—nn old song-
hut not nu old favorite by any means.
(Continued on 1'age Three)
OLYMPIC CAFE
NOW OPEN
First Out Meals Served at nil Hours - Lunch Counter
ICE CREAM PARLOR
Special Tables for Ladies    -     White Help in Parlor
Lunch Boxes Filled - Special Prices
Clean, Comfortable Rooms in Connection
I Ottawa.—Export! of wheat to tlio
] United .stales durintr the month of
I .May wore double those for tho lamo
month last your, according to trade
j returne published by the Dominion
| Bureau of Statistics. The total quantity shipped across the line was 1,618,-
,000 bushels, as compared wtll 81(1,000
for May, 1023.
| Sydney, N.S.—Thc gypsum industry of CD., i» experiencing a mild
boom and takinir on a large staff for
summer operations. The operators
of the quarry are storing up for water
'shipment to Newfoundland, where a
' new and extensive market hns been
.found.
Kiilnurd, tbe fastest French thoro
bred, li now In the li. 8. and undei
the careful training of Ktteene Lien
-ii twins conditioned for three race,
•lainat lbe Anetkia tlstmfssm tt
llio (eat   aa jet to lib ndcctcl
DAN'S TAXI
Standi  WYCLIFFE HOTEL
— Trips Anywhere —
— Prices Reasonable —
Special Trip, Arranged
Cars for Hire with or Without
Dciter
P. BURNS & Co., Ltd,
KIMBERLEY
Hot Weather
Makes No
Difference
OUR MEATS ARE IN PERFECT CONDITION
THE CHOICEST OF CUTS
THAT THE MARKET AFFORDS
P. BURNS & Co., Ltd.
I Friday, July 25th, 1924
THK   CRANBROOK   HERALD
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*   WYPI IFFF NfTTF^ *   "eld Without feature,'all playera con-
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MINERAL ACT
(Form F)
SHIPMENTS OF ORE
RECEIVED AT THE
TRAIL SMELTER
WESTERN CANADA
IRRIGATION CONVENTION MEETS THIS MONTH
Certificate of Improvements
(Continued   from  rage Two)
It is to he hoped that the next time
the locals face Fernie in a baseball
argument, tliat the man on the mound
will he accorded better support.
Tatting the sting out of Sunday's
defeat at Fernie. the local nine walloped the lourisls from Bonners Furry by a cheerful score of l-'2. Thi'
bottle took place ou Monthly night of
ibis wcol( on the home diamond.
Mitchell, lhe soiilhpnw ace, did the
burling for lhe locals and turned in
one of Ihe neatest performances seen
line for some lime. In spite of the
facl Hint tbe first man to face him in
tbe flrsl inning, hit the first bull put
of the lol for a circuit swipe, he quit
banding oui  favors    anil    two    very
(is it should he. may it happen often)
Bamford at short turned in a useful
game, while tho men on the corners
were not found wanting at any time.
Score hy innings:
Wycliffe      ...... 0 1 4 2 0 0 X —7
Bonners Ferry .. 1 () 1 it () o o —'2
Summary
Base hits off Mitchell, 3;off Hey-
-Ion, 12.
Bases on hulls, by Mitchell, 4; by
lleydon, 0.
Struck oui by Mitchell, Oi by lleydon, -2.
Innings pitched by  Mitchell, 7; by
lleydon, li.
Hit halsmau, Mitchell,  1   (Bond).
lleydon, I, (Huffman).
Home run, Mclin.
Three base bits, Mitchell, W. Stitp-
NOTICE
irntchy hits  was the hest the hoys | les
from over the boundary could collect
after Ibis unfortunate incident. By
way of contrast, Scotty also helped
.himself to one of the two triples pol
Sacrifice hits, Bamford, .Mitchell,
Mclin, Terry.
First base on errors,Wycliffe, U;
Bonners Fery, ,'t
In nisei i to one ot me iwo brijiiun pui- ■ u> ».,.. . >..,,, ...
ed out by the locals, W. Staples being I     Field errors, Wycliffe, 3; Bonners
responsible for the other, both being i Ferry, 8
clenn drives that set a  faster pace |     Left i
than the outfielders.    Nor was the
work of both the local infield and out*
bases, Wycliffe, 8; Bon
nets Ferry. S.
Umpire: R. Trew.
"Berry Fr." "Tina Fr." "Blue Fr."
"Law" "Sky" "Hawea Fr." "Crock
Fr." "Gas" "Maggie" "White" "Bang
■'Jiggs" "Crab" "Dugan" "Garden"
"Bull" "Clancy" "Lena" "Durham"
'Paris" "V.D." "Whizz" "Ozone"
"Taxi" "Plage" "Dora Fr."
Mineral claims situate in tbe FORT
STEELE Mining Division of KOOTENAY district.
| Where located:—On Sullivan Hill,
near Kimberley, B.C.
; TAKK NOTICE that The Consolidated Mining and Smelting Company
of Canada, Limited., Free Miner's
Certificate No. 75804-C, intend, sixty
I days from the date hereof, to apply
to the Mining Recorder for n Certificate of Improvements, fur the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of
tbe above claim.
And further take notice that action
tinder Section 85, must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 23rd. day of June, A.D.
1924.
THK CONSOLIDATED MINING  &
SMELTING COMPANY, OF
CANADA, LIMITED.
per E. G. Montgomery,
Agent 18-27
|    Following is a statement of ore received at the Trail Smelter for the
j period July 8 to 14 inclusive.
|Name of Mine and Locality Tons
* Bell, Beaverdel, B.C. ' 40
Knobhill, Republic, Wash.,   170
.Quilp, Republic, Wash., 60
[Silversmith, Sandon. B.C., (zinc) i»7
(lead) 48
Cork Province, Zwicky. B.C., 30
Van Roi, Silverton, B.C., . 43
Whitewater, Kciallack. B.C.,   43
Rosebery Surprise, New Denver,
B.C., (Zn.)  35
(Pb.)   .   ... 100
Atlin, Atlin, B.C.,  30
.Sally, Beaverdell, B.C.,         48
[Emerald, Salrao, B.C.,   35
Company Mines 8,300
An Unusual Study of
President Coolldge
A. Johnson
Mens' Furnisher
BOOTS AND SHOES
Suit Cases and Trunks
OVERALLS
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GROCERIES
LADIES' and GENT'S
FURNISHINGS
— SEE ■
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GENERAL   MERCHANT
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Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada Limited
omens, ainL-rmo and repining department
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SMELTERS AND REFINERS
l'urckfttvnof Gold, Sflrtr, Copper, Lead k zinc Oral
PrcdcceMof Gold, Silver, Copper, Fig Lead and /lite
"TADAIUC BB11TO
Last picture taken ot
Coulidge, Jr., youngest son of tho
President, who died last week.
This picture waa taken at the
Washington ball park at ; he
watched his favorites play
This portrait study in profile is from
I latest poses of the President in his
i oilier at tha White Hnuio   He seldom
litt fur profiles.
Interesting Program Arranged
For Three Day Gathering At Calgary
The Eighteenth Annual Convention
of the Western Irrigation Association
Whfch will be held at Calgary, Alta.,
j -July 29, ''10 and 31, is exciting con*
I slderable interest and a record number of delegates from British Columbia to a prairie convention is anticipated.    British Columbia people are
Particularly interested in tbis conven-
ition. Not only are there Iftrge areas
in the interior of the province dependent on irrigation, but the people in
-lliese areas are largely dependent upon the prairie market for the dispo.sal
of their fruit, so tbat anything tbat
' will Improve the conditions of the
.prairies will improve the markets for
the fruit of Hritish Columbia. Tbe
prairie market has always been an
uncertain one because of tbe variation in the size of the crops in the wet
and dry years. The full development
of the irrigated ureas oi the prairie
provinces would do more than anything else to stabilize conditions on
the prairies and thus improve the markets for the British Columbia fruit j
grower It is no wonder, then, that sol
much interest is being taken in the
forthcoming irrigation convent inn
throughout British Columbia, altho
this convention is to be held outside,
the province.
. A program that should be of interest to the general public, as well as
the irrigation farmer, has been arranged as will be gathered from Untitles of some of the addressen, which
will include, The Industrial Possibilities of Sugar Beels in tbe Irrigated
Areas of Western Canada." "What
Does Irrigation Mean to the Business
Man?" "Tbe Future Development of
Irrigation in Western Canada."
"Home Making on the Irrigated!
j Farm," etc.
J Among the speakers who arc expected to address the convention are several of thc numbers of the Dominion
and Provincial govern men Is, and also
W. T. McDonald, Live Stock Commissioner of British Columbia, Dr. John
j A. Wtlit.toe, of Suit Lake City, one of
the Committee of Special Advisers on
Reclamation in the United States; Don
11. Clark, A. Griffin, Dean Howes/
Professor Cutler, G, Ii. Button and
many others.
Discussion of the problems of the
Irrigation farmer will be a main feature of the convention.   The experience  of  this  year  again  proves  the.
absolute necessity of   irrigation   for
the proper agricultural development
of huge areas in the 1 ai idi iri tt 1 ■
But there are some   '•■ tach    I ial n '1
have to 1 vercome befi n   the I ill
effects of thi deveh pment can b
felt. However, these obstacles are
being recogrifced and il is expected
that a full and free discussion at tin-
Irrigation Convention of the problems
as they affect the fanner, the Governments and the people generally,
Will be of the utmost benefit.
P A a V.     T IIREE
; ng  fri :•  large squared.    This
uit 1 the Bi itish < 'olflmbia mills he-
• ■ lumber stocks arr very low
i    Victoria. —- British Columbia mills
ore reaping the first benefts of a re-
lvival in Japanese lumber orders. During the last week or two buying was
resumed and alreadj some 1,500,000
feet of large Bquares have been pur-!
chased.   A peculiar feature of this is ■
[that the Japanese buyers are demon-J
dim; with rs at the
Victoria
Cafe
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And then, of course, wc have
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Fur the benefit of our many
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Herald ot this date, 1903.
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The funeral took place at the Mission last Saturday of Old Helen, of
the Kootenay Indians. Her age was
estimated at from 115 to 120 years.
Conductors J, A. Genest and R.
McBurney left the first of the week
for Winnipeg, Before returning the
former will take a trip to fnr eastern
points.
is  been  donated  by  the
nipttny at Moyie for thu
A   lot
townsite
BAKE YOUR OWN BREAD
ROYAL
YEAST
CAKES
STANDARD Or QUALITY FOR OVER 50 YEARS.
HOME-BAKED BREAD IS BEST OF Alt
Methodist Church there, and the erection of the building to sent one hundred will he proceeded with.
tbe Cranbrook herald
Published Every F
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[day
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authority slightly antl inak-
for the two enforced guest
I tin- authorities may take in
■ tiling-- more i
i during Mich p-
determine their
In ah!
■iod ti
tatus
Mr. and Mrs. K.
brook, were visiton-1
h'..rt Stoolo,
Small  of  t'l'tiit-
Ittst Sundny nt
Slili-lltlii-, uii a (Irrnt Industry
TRAIL     PLANT
IS OROWINO
St.
Subscription i'rlco  *iliu Per Tenl
To Unltod Stales  *-!.«> I'cr Vear
Advertising Hates on Application, Changes ot Copy
for Advertising eliotllil be banded in not inter limn Wednesday noon to secure attention.
Communication*-) for publication imiHt i»* aoaompanled
by the name ot the wrller, nut necessarily to appear ln
print
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FRIDAY, JULY 25th, l!>24
POOR ROADS SPOIL Till1: SCENERY
LEADERLESS PARTIES
It will take some link- nine y
the election lu clear away, there
a recount in at least two ridings
■ vote   lias shown   an   cxtrao
It will be of little avail to advertise beauty spots
in the vicinity of Cranlironk as an attraction to tourists who may have the time to visit them, if efforts
are not made at the same time to see the roads leading into them are kept in something like ordinary
good shape It is a fine thing lo be able lo point to
some stretches of main road in the Cranbrook riding,
and know they arc among thc finest of their kind in
the province, but there are roads of almost equal
importance, the connecting links between one point
in the district and another, that it must be admitted
are very far from that category, The road into St.
Mary's Lake furnishes the outstanding case in point.
At the best of times a tortuous and narrow road, its
condition is rendered far worse at the present time
by thc presence of a succession of holes, ruts and
loose patches that constitute a positive menace to
traffic, and to cap it there is a hole in the old bridge
at Matthew Creek llirtt occurs in a most dangerous
location, at the foot of a grade, and at a sharp turn
The hole gapes wide at each side of the few planks
which have been thrown down hastily to cover it,
but do not do >o. One can imagine the frame of
mind a tourist Would be in to appreciate the beauties
(tf the lake and upper river, afler being inveigled into
driving over the last twelve miles up to the lake.
Once back lo lhe main road safely, he would have
sweet tilings to say of the road, and nothing of the
scenery. This is a road of utility, serving the ranchers near the lake, as well as the heavy stream of local traffic going up for pleasure, and so deserves
some consideration. One can appreciate that the
dry season has put difficulties in the way of keeping
the roads iu good shape, hut littl
made in tins ease to do anything,
el for lhe smoke
being a likelihood
where the abseu-
idinary partiality
towards lhe government candidates, and the possibility of elections being protested in Vancouver and
Salmon Ann, where it is contended that irregularities were practised that seriously affected the results.
Premier Oliver has cleared up the mystery surrounding his position, now there .seems hope of the
absentee count establishing the party in power for
a while at least, by announcing lhat he will not resign as premier, but will accept one of the seats
proffered to him, the favored ridings being most
likely either Xelson or Columbia.
In regard to Mr. Bowser's position, there is no
thing definitely settled, aud the matter of the Con
servative leadership is likely to remain in abeyance
till such time as a provincial convention can make a
'•ii->icc.    (iossip at  the Coast is plavin
At Moyie in addition tn tli
ESugeno in I no, now working full forcu,
Mile tab 11' wink litis also beon go
Itlg nn at the Aurora, across Lite lake,
and thc Society Girl, back of tho St.
Eugene, Considerable in also expected of thu St. Eugene mountain claims
Immediately surrounding the present
mine.
Heavy Tax
Burden On
Wood Products
effort lias bi
GUILTY OF POVERTY
A shining example of how the realm of officialdom is bound hard and fast by red tape is seen in thc
unfortunate ease of two women who have been detained in this city  for seven or eight  weeks past.
Though they seem to have crossed the border frou
the south without complying with Ihe customary pro
ccdure, there is no charge laid against them in thi
respect, but they were apparently without mean:
of subsistence, aud so were taken in hand by the
provincial police for investigation, lieing the con
cern ol the immigration authorities, thc matter was
reported through the proper channels and word i
finally understood to have gone to Ottawa on th
case, to be taken up there with Washington, and
then thc lung line of red tape would gradually lead
back through the various departments presumably to
Porthill, or wherever it is they arc supposed to have
crossed the border, onlv a few miles from Cran
brook. In the meantime these women are detained
in the city jail, being the only place available—thougl
the matter is not one concerning tin* city police at
all—a charge on the province, while the matter is presumably in the hands of the Dominion immigration
authorities. There are humanitarian principles involved in this case, and considerations of ordinary
decency ought to be allowed to override thc limits
of official procedure at times, Had the women
been convicted of some crime they would have at
least been sent to Nelson, where there are proper
accommodation for women prisoners, which there
is not where they are now languishing, though a few
friends have done a little to ameliorate their lot.
There are organizations in this city whose objects lie along lines of sweet charity and the uplift
of humanity in general, and if any of them feel they
have the time and energy to spare, they should lose
no time in getting interested in this case, so that
some influence could be brought to bear on the proper authorities to get action lhat would at least allow common sense dictates to be followed. Strong
representalions have already been made by the magistrate in regard to the case, but without result, and
while the police are in no way to blame for the situation as it is at presenl, having done all their authority permits, they would have Ihe lacking of the
people generally ii thej decided to overstep their
with the
name of Cranbrook as a possible riding in which Mr.|
Bowser might be offered a seat . hut little talk has   I
as vet been beard here, where it  should originate.
There  is  no  firm   foundation      for      any        suchl
plans  for the leader of the opposition,  so  tar as
Cranbrook is concerned,   general feeling being that
it would he a tactical error to hazard a seat now sate
for the party when there must in course of lime be
al least two seats opened for bye-elections, one for
the Premier, and one for a minister of finance, if
not others.
Gen. McRae, Provincial party leader, has now
had to give way with as good grace as possible to
Mis. Mary Ellen Smith, after having held the distinction for three weeks of being the only party
leader elected to the house. All three parties arc now
leaderless so far as house representation is concerned, a position probably without parallel in the history of the country.
Gen. McRae, sharing the feeling that the absentee vote opens the way for election irregularities,
expresses his feelings quite strongly on the situation,
being quoted in au interview as follows:
"Am I surprised at the result of the absentee vote?
(if course I am not," said General McRae.   "The govcrn-
nt has been preparing for this since election night.
"In Mexico they hnve a very effective way of keeping a government in power, as certain sections of the
population ure not permitted to vote. In Hritish Columbia there is now un equally effective way—they count
government candidates in on the absentee vote.
The government's claim that it won out tin the
absentee vote by superior organization does nut hold wuter," the general continued. "You huve only to look at
ridings like the Islands or the Cariboo where the absentee
vote gave the Provincial purty the preponderance of the
vote. It ran even stronger than in tin- regulur poll on
election duy. In Ullooet, however, where the majorities
were narrow the reverse was the ruse, the government
candidate being elected on the absentee vote.
"There is nn astonishing thing in connection with the
Elections Act, clause 120. Under this clause if the majority of the winner is more thuti lifty, the right to demand
u recount is denied, In other words, if the magnitude of
the crime is sufficient, assuming that irregularities huve
been present, there can be no recount.
"Just one other observation," concluded the Provincial party leader. "On election day the citizens of British
Columbia polled at the rnte of thirty votes for the gov
emment and seventy againsl it. Is it reasonable to as
sinne that in the rune nf the absentee vote tbe reverse wus
the ense, especudly when men who have had to lenve
home in senreh of work are voting? To put the best construction possible on It, the whole situation in connection
with the absentee vote is very, very suspicious. A
of my friends puts it: it would appear that tbe Klections
Act was designed to mukt- 'plugging safe for tl
racy:' "
TAXliS  ON  STANDING
BER INCREASE E10H'
FOLD IN 20 YEARS
IM-
Saturday, July 26
FOR GOD SO LOVED THE WORLD,
that he gave his only begotten Son,
thnt whosoever believeth in him
should not perish, but have everlasting life.—John 8:16.
+ + +
Sunday, July 27
BLESS THE LORD. O my soul, and
forget not ull his benefits; who I'or-
giveth all thine iniquities, who heal
the all thy diseases; who redeemeth
thy life from destruction. — Psabn
103:2,4.
-*■ + +
Monday, July 28
PEACE I LEAVE WITH YOU, my
pence I give unto you: not us the
world giveth, give I unto you. Let
not your heart be troubled, neither
let it be afraid.-^Tohn 14:27.
+ + +
Tuesday, July 29
TAKE NO THOUGHT saying, What
shall we eat? or. What shall we drink?
or, Wherewithal shull we he clothed'.'
But seek ye first the kingdom of God.:
nnd his righteousnes: and all these
things shall be added unto you.—
Matthew 6:81,88.
+   +    +
Wednesday, July 30
THIS IS THE CONFIDENCE THAT
we have in him, that, if we ask anything according to His will, he hear-
eth us.—1 John 5:14,
+ + 4
Thursday, July 31
LOVE, JOY, PEACE, LONGSUF-
FERING, GENTLENESS. GOODNESS, FAITH, MEEKNESS, TEMPERANCE: Against such thero is no
law.—Gulutians 5:22,2.'!.
-»■    +   -f
Friday, August 1
OWE NO MAN ANYTHING, but to
love one another: for he thnt (oveth
another hath fulfilled the law. Love
worketh no ill to his neighbor, therefore love is the fulfilling of the law.
—Romans 1,1:8,10.
NOTE AND COMMENT
Last year tbe (.'ranbrook district was brought
t'. tbe front in a very effective way in tlie success
attained by the junior stock judging team at lbe
New Westminster Fair. This is one line ol' activity undertaken by tlie district agriculturist that
everyone will endorse, as a practical method of teaching good farming, besides bringing credit to tbe
district, and drawing some attention incidentally to
the farming possibilities here. This year it is announced tbat tbe work may be undertaken on an
enlarged scale, and entries may be made into tbe
stock judging events at both the Vancouver and New
Westminster fairs. This work should have tbe en-
'ourageinent of all who are interested in better agricultural standards, and it is hoped'tbat a squad of
young fanners will be able to go down to tbe coast
igain and emulate tbe success attained last year.
HOW THE GRAIN GROWERS WERE SAVED
The Home Bank should have had its doors closed in
1017. But a Home Bank that closed its doors in 1017
would have doomed the incorporated Grain Growers to
suffer n loss of $100,000 on their stock investment and
$ 11)0,000 more in payment of their double liability. When
the doors of the Home Bank were cloHed In 192U the
Grain Growers did not lose a dollur. If residents of The
Pass, who suffered in the Home Bank crash wish to know
why tha Grain Growtra tacaptd. lat them addreaa their
[ucrtco to Tom Crerar.—Coleman Journal.
Operating 1'iul nf the Industry Also Contributes Increasing
Millions hi Support of
Community
The forest industries of British Columbia contribute more to the upkeep
of the provlnco than all the other industrial groups put together,
The B.C. timberholders during the
last fifteen years have paid into the
provincial treasury, in the shape of
loyalties and rentals, the enormous
sum of $40,000,00(1, or approximately
one-fourth of the total revenue of
British Columbia for that period,
The timberholders direct payments
towards the running expenses of the
province in 1028 were more than four
times greater than they were in 1004,
mid almost twice as great as in 11)1").
In twenty years the receipts from
B.C. Umber-owners have risen from
$466,0.00 to 53,000,000.
Many Forms of Taxation
Again the operating end of the industry, represented by the loggers and
manufacturers of wood products, pays
annually several millions of dollars iu
income tax und other form of Dominion, Provincial and Municipal Tux-
atlon. Heavy customs duties on equipment, workmen's compensation and
other direct imposts also enter into
the costs of manufacture of u product, the price of which is not arbitrarily fixed by the producer but by
the actual customer in a highly competitive market.
Embarking in the lumber Industry
entails a big initial outlay nnd the
menace of over-taxation is even now
actually diverting the entry of fresh
capita] from British Columbia's basic
industry
(Continued from Page 1)
stuck and u treating plant to recover
values from the fumes. In this new
stack an attempt will be made to have
it large enough to handle the gusses
by natural draft, after they have been
through the Cottrell trenters. In the
other stacks at Trail powerful elec
trie fans suck up the treated gusses.
the refinery. The antimony will be
fumed out of its silver alloy, and will
then be reduced und refined.
With this addition Trail's list of
primary products will be made up of!
gold, silver, electrolytic lead, electro-j
lytic copper, electrolytic zinc, and
antimony. Tbe Tadanac plants also
manufacture sulphuric acid, hydro-,
fluosllicic acid, and hydrofluoric acid, fo
copper sulphate, or bluest one is a; al
commercial by-product. Uh
Wherever new buildings are added bo
Ihey nre of steel und concrete blown
from ll gun. Where existing build
ings ure extended the additions are
made to conform to the originals in
type and materials.
True to the rule nt Tudaiutc, the
auxiliary plants thut play a vital part
ia lhe repair and outfitting uf the
general machine, keep pace in development with the plant at large. The
newest addition is a big boiler shop
now under construction. Its appurtenances will include a travelling
crane and ji jib crane capable of
shifting ten tons.
The great machine shop, the largest of its kind in the province, which
previously boasted the largest lathe
in Canada, has installed in the past
month, two more giant machines of
distinction. One of these is u five-
foot full universal right line Niles
Belmont-Pond radial drill, which will
drill in tiny direction desired. The
other acquisition is a 00 x 0U inch by
vmsoMS
FLYIPADS
Kill them all, and the
germs too. 10c a packet
at Druggists, Grocers
and General Stores.
11 feet open side planer, which could
handle a metal block 6 by  10 by  II
feet in iliameii'i'.    Enlargement has
o   been   tbe   lot  of  the  carpenter
ip,  lo  which  new  machinery  hns
Ul added.    An incident of the work
f Ihis shop at  present   is  providing
ootibls for use in the concrete contraction at  BotlhlngtoU, of the West
Kootenay Power and Light Company,
Consolidated subsidiary.
Busy foundries—iron and brass -
play tholr part iu outfitting the plunts
their newest contribution being balls
for the ball mills now in use at the
Trail concentrator, now working on
Rossland ores, with a purl devoted to
the Highland, and in use in the great
Kimberley concentrator, that reduces
to concentrates the ores of the mighty Sullivan.
SHOE REPAIRINO
SEE
MIKE KUZMKNKO
CBAMIHOOK  STISFKT
Soil to Moffllt'8
PREFERENCE IN GRANTING IMMIGRATION VISAS
TO AMERICAN POINTS
The new United States Immigration Act provides for preferences in
the granting of visas to quota immigrants to the United States. There
are two preferred classes; viz. (1)
skilled agriculturists und their families, und (2) close relutives of American citizens, for whom special preference authorization has been received from the Depnrtmei.t of Labor.
Agriculture is used here in the larger
sense, so us to include persons skilled in grain culture, horticulture,
animal husbandry, and forestry; but
nut every one who hns worked on a
farm or handled un uxe will be rated
as a "skilled agriculturist," lit1 must
satisfy the consul ns to his quallflca-
Notice of Tenders
Tenders will be received by the undersigned up
to and including August Ist, 1924, for the purchase of
the property known as the City Bakery, and situated on
Hanson Avenue, and more fully described as lots 11
and 28, Block 91, in the City of Cranbrook, B.C.
J. E. KENNEDY,
itor of tbe Estate of E
Iward Seymour.
Mils series of articles com inn a le-
enfeil   hy   lite Timber Industries
I'niiiicil of British Columbia.
lions.
Preferred relutives include; unmarried children, under '21; father or
mother; husband or wife.
The immigration restrictions do not
apply to American citizens, who can
return to the United States without)
papers of any sort.
American Consular Service,
Fernie, B.C., Cauadii,
July  10, 1024.
LOOK
If you need Wallpaper,
NOW is your opportunity.
JOHN CARD
is offering a very Fine Assortment   of   Papers at
Prices that should dispose
of them quickly.
Call, Phone or Write
and   take  advantage of
this chance to decorate
your home at a reasonable cost.
JOHN CARD
WALL PAPER HOUSE
Hanson Ave., Cranbrook
Near Kimberley Stage OfHce
FOIt
Men's Women's and
Children's Shoes
It. will pay you tu BOG
A. STRANGE
ARMSTRONG AVENUE
The   Best   and   Most   Reliable
Makes Always in  Stock
Al Reasonable Prices
Shor    Repairing    Neatly    Done
Have the Children's Shoes fixed
up ready for sehool before Ihe rush stints
QUALITY
Co-Operative
TO OUR PATRONS
SERVICE
in order to move into our NEW STORE, on NORB; i if
AVENUE.    We Would thank you to bear this in mind
when ordering your supplies this week.
We thank you all for your patronage while in the old ]
stand and trust the same pleasant relations will
continue at the new store.
WE WILL BE CLOSED
ALL DAY ON MONDAY
Cranbrook District Co-Operative Soc.
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MINERAL ACT
(Form F)
Certifitate of Improvements
NOTICE
'Faith" "Hope"  "Warhorse" and
"Granite."     Mineral   elnims  situate
in the Fort Steele Mining Division
Eust Kootenay District.
Where located: — On east bank of
West Fork of Hell Roaring Creek.
TAKK NOTICE thut we, A. II
Mnylund, Mury Bennett und N. A,
Wallinger, Freo Miner's Certificate
Nos. 76042, 751fi{>, 76101, intend,
sixty days from lhe dale hereof, to
apply lo tho Mining Recorder for n
Certificate of Improvements, for the
purpose of obtaining it Crown Grunt
of the above claims.
And further take notice thut action
under Section so, must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
^^^^^^^^^^^_^^_        Trnft,,} thi* I Uth duy of .Inly, A.l>.
The User
The Judge
{i        It is an old adage thnt the proof of the pudding
is in the eating.    So with the purchase of Cars.
SALES COUNT
The official report of the sale of Cars in the metropolitan district of New York lor the month of April
show the following cars were sold:
CHEVROLET   i.u7
Overland  4ZI
Star   68
dray    .  [.   21
ALL CARS OK THE SAMP'. SKI.I.ING PRICE,
Look the Chevrolet Over
AT THE —
KOOTENAY
GARAGE Friday, July 25th, 1924
THE  CRANBSOOK   III it WM
I'.UO. FIVE
EXIDE BATTERIES
ALEMITE LUBRICATION
PREMIER SERIVICE
WHERE SERVICE IS MORE THAN A WORD PHONE - ONE : ONE : ONE
SILVERTOWN CORD  TIRE
TUBES   AND   ACCE-   3RIEj
It sllmnlafles
appetite and
aids digestion.
II maltcK your
food do you more
good. Note how
It relieves thai slully feeling
•Iier hearty callng.
'hilfttn ter Hi,
tvcclin*
brealti and
ir* Ihegoody
lhal
L-a-a-l-a.
>in its^
Purity .-,
Package
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The ruins during the early part of
the week naturally hud a very beneficial effect on the forest fire situation in the district, and the big blazes which had been raging were given
the quietus with the help of the rain-
full. It was possible to lay off a good
many of the men who had been enlisted to cope with the fires, and the
situation is now thoroughly In hand.
The water situation also benefitted
Monday night, though the district
generally could do with still more
ruin.
Apply Minard's at once. It
halts thc pain and stops inflammation. Removes all poison
from cuts and sores.
Keep a bottle on the shelf.
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C. JOE BROS. I
UltlKN' mid GENTS1     |
TAILORS
- SlITS KADK TO ORDER - 1
GLEANING A PRESSING
Crnnbrook su opp. ilk. of n.m. =
Miss Woodland left on Monday for
a holiday ut the coast, to visit Vicloria aud other points.
Jack Cassidy left on Wednesday
for his annual holiday ut the const
be was accompanied by Andy with
whom he will visit at an uncle's in
Vancouver for about a month.
Mr. Norman Moore is now in receipt of the medals recently won by
the contestants in the prize essay
competition conducted by the forestry department.   They will be given
hi the winners ut once.
An exchange remarks: "In this province we pay for the fun of operating
an automobile from $11 to $40 a year,
or probably for six months. In the
state of California, where the roads
are us level us u floor und one may
drive a ear every day or month in
the year, the license fee for operating
any make of a machine is $3 for 12 I
months, und like fees are charged in
other states."
For expert workmanship In cliarg
Itife* und overhauling uatteric-B. Photic
Service Garage, No. 34. We call for
and deliver batteries. ltf
According to Corporal D. Will
;in charge of the R.C.M.P. detachment
here, there were close upon 400 Chinese residents of Cranbrook ond vicinity who were registered prior to
the 1st of July, the closing date by
which the Celestials were to have met
the new Dominion Government registration requirements. This total included some from Kimberley, Wycliffe, Wardner, and other points,
who found the registration ut headquarters here more convenient thnn
at their own local post offices. The
ultimate object of the strict registration is understood to be a checkup on the Chinese who are said to
have entered the country under false
pretenses.
Our low prices win every time.
men's uml Chlldreu'a Rubbers.
W. P DORAN.
We carry a mil lino of Mod's Wo-
The rond changes arouod Crow's
Nest Luke are nenring completion.
The grade around the west end of the
Is finished and gangs of men ure now
at work widening the trail around tlu
west bluff. The Slide road is Hearing completion and only need." surfacing at the eastern end. Tenders I
are now being invited for the grading of the Hillcrest road from the
Hltlcrest bridge to the junction near
the Slide. It is intended to put this
pieco of road in first class shape.
Some grading ia necessary all the way
from Hellevue to Lundbreck, particularly near Maple Leaf und the new
Rock Creek bridge. The rond bet
ween Burmla and Undbreck is In stub;
a disgraceful condition nt present thnt,
onsidorable traffic is being diverted
Mrs. C. V\. Hughes, and son David,
of Brandon, Man., who have been visiting at the home of her brother, J.
F. Sc.li. left Wednesday for the
Okanagan and coast points.
For service on Nash and Star cars
sec their agents, Ratcliffe & Stewart,
opposite Post Office, ('ranbrook, B.C.
20tf
Mr. IV, II. Wilson left on Tuesday
via C.P.R. for the east. Mr. Wilson
goes direct to Walkerville, where he
takes possession of his new cur and
from  there drives to Toronto  where
he will meet his family.
Application is being made by the
Fernie-Fort Steele Brewery, Ltd., for
leave to reduce its paid-up capital
from $872,200 to 8297,700.        The
TRAVELLERS ACROSS
LINE MUST GIVE FULL
PASSPORT PARTICULARS
Ft
B,
Jul-,
6, 1924
rnie ad-
I States
the sit-
tnent of
§ Growth of Vancouver Port
£ Graphically Shown in
application
.Judge The
tho Fernie
The ens
is    to    come up before
npson on August 20th, in
court.
tund train is running almost an hour late the past few days,
the transfer of fruit from the Arrow
Lakes being mainly responsible. On
Tuesday there were over 000 crates
to move from the bout to the train at
Kootenay Landing.—Creston Review.
We can y u full line ol Men's Worn-
en's and Misses' Shoes.
W. F. DOHAN.
Our low prices win every time.
A ear containing four passengers
rolled off the road west of Crow's
Nest station one night last week. The
car turned over about ten times with
its occupants till it reached the railway truck. No damage was done to
the railway.—Blairmore Enterprise.
FOR SALIC — International Cream
Separal or. i n good condition, |80.
Barber Chair. $35. Apply B. Weston,
Baker Street, Craubrook. 9
Tbe local ball tenm got u bad jolt
this week when a number of their
players in the employ of the Coal Co.
received word that after the first of
the   month  their  services would  no
ongcr
be
I'Mllil
id.   Manager
Klauer
ioa sui
i-i'i
led ii
getting u su
ing an
K-rt'Kali
in
it pla
•eva together
nul the
HsUJipi
lie Fk
Inl
• I
lien!
i% very kect
. -Per-
r ti i-;
> R 1
S S M A K
1 N O
S II 0
l>
p i:
1 0   ARM.
s T a
(il-.!
in i--!i*
0
\ a
lickei
a V i: N
ion, of Jaffr
4 and ia out
U E .
iy. was
on bail
if  f2,000
.-- i  with   v.i
unding
•attic.
It
is  Rile
(red that scve
-al uni-
The American Consul ut I
vises that travel to tlie Unit
is rapidly adjusting itself t
uution resulting from enfori
the new regulations. In two respects,
however, the public seems not as yet
sufficiently Informed. Persons writing tbe Consulate relath e in such
mutters should always give ibeir al-
iegiunce und stute period of residence
in Canada, anil where arrangements
ure made to visit the ' on ulate for
Immigration visa, II i <•• • : tlol that
all members of the family who ure
going to the States should
the Consulate.
American citizens are iii
by the imifgurtion laws;
cross the border ul pleasui
legal documents of any nature.    Nor
do Canadian citizens need official papers when  proceeding to tho  United
Stutes merely for a visit,
gration   authorities'   at   ibe
the judges in such matters, and it is
well for even visitors to go provided
with  testimonials   from   the  authorities of their home town.
Grain Exports:—1921, 1,215,071
bushels; 1022, 14,468,888 bushels;
1923, 24,068,017 bushels.
The above appears in tabular form
on un early page of the report of the
Vancouver Harbor Commissofners
for last year, in which Crnnbrook has
more than passing interest, since in
addition   benefiting   indirectly   with
pacity of this elevator was increased
to over two million bushels. To this
equipment is being added this summer
another elevator of more than a million bushels capacity, and in addition
two other elevators are being built by
private enterprise, with a combined
capacity of almost six million bush-
Enormous as this seems it is pre
A A i
-IV
the rest of the province in the expfln- dieted by some that it will only be a
ision of the port of Vancouver, a well year or two before more storage still
wn former citizen of the place, will have to be provided,
this seems, it is predicted by
ar ali
., will h.
R. E. Beattie, is now connected with
the commission iu the dual capacity j some thut it will only be a year or
of port superintendent, and as one of two before more storage still will huve
j the, commissioners. j to be provided
, !     The statement above referred to is j     While the expansion of the grain
u.j'(|U)Ut sufficient to indicate that the port of business has heen the most striking
Vancouver Is experiencing pbenome-'feature of the yeur in the work of
nal   expansion,   especially  so  in   the J the commission, all branches of trade
face of the fact that this year's ex-!are shown to huve advanced, the ex-
i,. , | ,i [ports of grain through Vancouver are ports naturally registering the most
I expected to reach upwards of 60,000,-1 marked.
000 bushels. Still further interest' Included in the report are also
attaches to the report from the de-J statistics relating to every branch in
bate which took place in parliament at Which the harbor board Is interested.
Ottawa, recently, when on a vote of financial statements, maps and pho-
flvc million dollars for further devel- tographs, and lho widespread circu-
TUC UH7ATUI7D DIM I FTIM I opment work there» considerable dis- Iation of this report through the med-
ItlL   WfcAinfclY   dULLlIIIS K-nssioti arose in regard to the fact of turn of the press and all bodies inter-
  Mr, Beattie holding the dual positions, ested In the grain trade should result
Official   Thermometer   Readings   At      The report is a well prepared book-1 in the country coming to fuller unlet,  profusely Illustrated,    and    sets] derstanding of the progress Vancou-
forth quite clearly the activities of the ver has made us a port, and its po*
Max. Mlu.jport,  nnd   the  steps  being  taken   to tontiallttes for future growth.
f fi
lm e
Cranbrnok
July 17 .
July 18 .
July 19 .
July 20 .
July 21 .
July 22 .
July 23 .
4-1
40
4 K
. si
Victoria.—Steady increase in lhe
vulue of British Columbia fisheries is
shown in a return for 1023 issued by
the Bureau of Statistics. Tbe value
of all fish marketed last year, fresh
and canned, was $20,808,726, ten per
cent, higher than in 1022, and 40
per cent, higher than in 1021. The
chief increase wns in halibut, which
was vulued ut $6,271,003, or (iO per
cent, higher thnn in 1022.
cope with the ex puns ion being felti Strangely enough, the same mail
with the opening of the western grain brought to the Herald office publicity
route. Four-fifths of the 10211 grain I mutter from the Canadian Deep Wa-
exports, it might he mentioned, were! leeways and Power Association, a
sent to the United Kingdom, presitm- body which is endeavoring to interest
ably through the Panama Canal, the'public opinion in the deepening of
balance going to the Orient. the St  Lawrence  River channel, to
When the harbor board took overl allow of uninterrupted shipments
the original elevator from the grain from the great lakes to eastern ports,
board, it had u capacity of a million [showing that tbe East is not going to
uml a quarter bushels, Steps were allow Vancouver's claim as a rising
immediately taken whereby the ca- grain port to go unchallenged.
"Makes ha
heahhv L
es.
FUEE BAP'"
Write to  llo- ...■:
Limited,    v»i
two Baby Wen
Quebec-   Ac
celved by the
of agriculture,
province at the
siderably better
lust year. Rcpt
ieties are favor;
hay to garden p
ises to be excel
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LAKE
WINDERMERE
NOTES
New Bryan Pictures    I
mala belnngin . 1 Bi n Crowe were
ahol by thc defendant while on his
property. This li the second or third
case of wounding cattle in the Jaffray
district and if the accused is found
guilty il will no doubt go hard with
him,     Fei 1 le Free Press.
Bruce Robinson
Teacher of Munl-c i
STUDIO 1 BAKER ST, CRANBROOK
Phone 896 p.o. Box   702
Just Arrived
1924 Red Bird De Luxe
ALSO
Champion Sedan & Standard Models
THB CAR  WITH  Till-: POWER AND USTINO
QUALITIES
I'll.MK AI.ONC AND KXAMINR TIIE LATEST IN
OVERLANDS
Dezall's Garage
PHONE    SO
Wlicn lu CRANBROOK Bio
Mount Baker Hotel
Conveniently silunteil.      Mo»l Modern Hotel In the District.
ROOMS WITH PRIVATE BATHS AND SHOWER.
HOT AND COLD WATER IN EVERY ROOM
RATES FROM SI.00 UP.
Phone 92        - - - . p. o. Box 265
Special Prices on New Batteries at
i*rvleo Oarage. Phone :t4. ltf
Lee I'm-, a Chinese sentenced in
Cranbrook lor having opium in his
possession a\u\ who has been un inmate of the Nelson provincial jail,
(has only recently completed his sentence, nnd wns taken to the const by
an immigration officer, where he will
be deported bad; to his native China,
Lee Puc was sentenced in Cranbrook
to its months in Nelson jail and
fine of $800, in default of which he
was to nerve an additional six months
He paid the fine.
If yon are figuring on New Tlrea
for yoar car this spring It wlll pay
yon to ':ili on Wilson's Vulcanizing
Work." and gol prices, We sell gasoline, nil. accessories and Second Hand
Tirce and Tubes. IU
A nut ber large shipment of fish,
consisting of about 36,000 Kamloops
Troul fry. was received by the Fernie Dlstrlcl Rod and (inn Club on
Thursduy last. These have been placed in Silver Springs Lake and Mi
Bain's Lake. Spoilsmen in this district are looking for soma good Ashing in this vicinity for some years to
come. The local Rod and Gun Club
are to be congratulated on the good
work being done by them in restock
hiK the streams and lakes of the dis
trict.—Fernie Free Press.
Have that car overhauled as soon
ap possible before the rush starts.
Far more satisfactory In every respect.   Sec tho Kootenay Oarage.
1
Charles Roberta of Toby Creek,
near Wilmer, committed suicide early in thc morning of July 8th, during
a fit of temporary insanity, it ia reported to the provincial police headquarters at Nelson. According, to the
testimony of bis wife and aister-in-
law given at the Inquest held at lnvermere hy Dr. F. l'i. Coy, coroner,
they heard the sound of a shut while
they were dressing about fix o'clock
in the morning, mid when they rushed in they found Roberts In the adjoining room with a rifle shot through
his head. Thn Hfle nnd two rhetfa
were produced at the impiL-sL.
camp   on    Monday   at   their    usual
ground    on    Mr.    David    Larmour's
ranch ut Thunder Hill, bordering on!!
Columbia  Lake.    In addition to the '
local  boys, the  fame  of the  annual;
camp has so gone abroad as now to!
-number members from Creston, Edge-1
WMHW^^ watert Fort SteeU( ftnd othef W{U
(Special to The Herald) |i„K points.   Major F. C. Turner, late
lnvermere, B.C., July 19.—Frank !0f Fairmont Hot Springs, is a member'
W. Peters, general superintendent of !0f the executive in charge this year.'
ihe C.P.R., in company with Mrs. Pe-1 Mr. Leonard Geddes of Vancouver,!
ters, spent several days of this week and Mr. Gerald Heaps of Xew West-'
in quiet retirement here, renewing minster are visitnig Scouts.
old  acquaintances and enjoying the ' _
scenery. I    .Mrs. H. IL Peters made a hurried
isit to Cranbrook at the first of the
Is What Thej All S 13   Ibout J
FRAME'S
BREAD « PIES - CAKE I
and PASTRY
PHONE 87 J
AND WK WILL I .-.j:. I
The Home Bakery I
NORBURY AVENUE %
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His Excellency Baron Byng of
Vimy, together with Lady Byng and
suite, are due to arrive here per the
official train on the afternoon of Friday, August 8th, and will likely remain hore until the late evening of
Sunday. The time will most likely be
spent quietly in an unofficial manner.
No program has in any way been arranged as yet.
Hanoi Fleming, of New Vork City,
is again here spending his summer
holidays.
week.
Mr. Hay, the district agriculturist
from Cranbrook, accompanied by his
bride, was a visitor here and at Golden during the past week.
Mr. Fred Archer of Windermere,
was away through the southern part
of East Kootenay last week on a
business trip, he was accompanied by
Mrs. Archr.
' -lent studio picture of Chas. W.
•n. Ifeatoer.iti. \'lce*rresldentlal
ulnqe, taken since his nomination.
...v picture h of Mrs. Bryan, wife
tin-   liOlllillCtt,
Fast Worker
Now tell me, did you ever get
Mrs. Charles Bennett of Creston, pinched for going too fast?"
with her two children, is visiting at j     "Nope, but I've been slapped."
the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.: —
G. Erlckson, having come up by auto-j    Vroa A- Starkey, of Nelson, B.C.,
mobile. I nnd well  known to all mining men
_ along- the Pacific coast, left a few days
Rev. Mr. Smith, late of Proctor, j ag0 for Wembley, England, where he
Is taking temporary duty at Wilmer. ujll have charge of the B.C. mining
as Presbyterian clergyman in charge. ,-xhibit at the British Empire Exhib-
Miss Smith arrived this week to keep jtlon. Mr. Starkey's appointment to
house for her father. j (he job is a popular one, as he is par
ticularly well posted on British Columbia mining affairs and opportunities, an ardent booster for the mining development of the western pro-
__ vince and an  optimist of the first j
The Lake Windermere company of rank. He will be gone about three j
Boy Scouts, under the direction of!months. For many years he has acted!
Scoutmaster Rev. F. B. Atkinson, to as Board of Trade Commissioner at;
the number of over thirty, went into'Nelson.
.Miss Katherync Walker is home on
a prolonged visit to her parents at
Ajax ranch, after a stay of over a
| year at the coast.
WMfllH ;<'
p
omut.
rutin 4rr jimpi
im;
LANDAU Am!,;.-:
. .tilt
PREEMPT!.: .
Vacant,
eye
'- rown lands m
.
Britleh tubje
nnd hy alieni t»n
to  become   U;.:■ ■
tlunat    uj./:.    rt
•nd   Improvement
.r
iiurpuifca
Pull loformatli
8
latltini    reganlini
.
fivtu in Buiietli   .
•-■
■"How to Prfi-empi i.
■
which can u- ■ ■■...
hy sd4ret»ln|
. '.     0
Lands, \ li torU D ■
.
•rnmsnt Aceni
Kutorda   v..      -•
■   .'.
only   land   lulls)  •
i
piirpOMei,   hlnJ    .' .
■
land; tt., cwi  ■
f«et iter acre ■        1
.
and 1,00V ■!•;<::  pei   ui -.-
■■
Haunt
Application!  for ; 11
at
to he addrei ■ d
..
IllllBlOht:!   t,f t:...     .
U
vfiion, in which 111
. i  fo
la iltuated. i■ r, i ara i
■
forma,  copies  Of   i 1
,i
mined from thr I...i. ,
■
Pr*»empflonj n
•
five years aad  Imi
-
tu value ot i-
■
clearing and CU '!   <
.
acres, before »
.
received.
Tor mors d*u: 11
• ■   sei
tho    Hulleui.       H
Und."
PURCHASE
5
Application)) are   i
■   p ■
chaaa   of   vacant
-
Crown  landi,  n >:   b*
tor asilcultural   ( n |
i
prlcf> or ftraUotau I
li 1
par acre, and seco
land |2 -to per •<< >•■
l; for
mitt ion ragardioi  p
r.t Crown Isida \» gt\
Ltl
Ne. 10, Land  Strict
It   UK
Lsaatf  of  Crown   1.<*.*-.-;
Mill, factory, oi
Ites o:
tlmbtr land, not e     i
i) acre*
may bt fiuii t..1 *-«■■■ i <* .-   -
1, in* con-
dttlona       Including
o:
•tumpn^'-f
HOMESITE   Ll
Unsurveyed areaa, i cdtng i(
acta*,  may  h*  leaeed Uti
conditional   upon   a   flwi : i ini
aractsd In  the flrsl ■        b*ln*
obtainable after rei
provttatnt condltl< i
and land has !■>■■:   ior
ruirnitd
LEAS
For graslhg
putti areu-3 m
may ba taanvil
company.
"On, on" was lho Bimrk thai burned in Lieut. Lowell Smith's heart
when Commander Martin was lost in Alnnknn notintHiu*. With Ave
fellow airmen the three planes turned west— erer treat—and now they
sail home from Ibe Ln-i--the i)rxi ulr ilutlii around thla world ot oun I
M actual acuwipl hli ment.    These are the  n (lower lefl, right to 9m
Wtt wlM have mad* history.  Sergt. Ogden, l.f. K. H. Ntlaoa, SargL   ■
**••"""■. f.t  r.t tjrh x?<mu  -     -
Juno li-tirUliJ^   Jr.
(MAZING
Under tha Crazing  Acl   thi   Prov-
Inct It divided Into | itrlcti
and the rents sdml Inr a
Oratlni      Commission*!        Annual
graalng ptrmltfl ai^ |  | t mad on
numbera rantc'i, prh i glvan
to titabiluhed in-. >wnert
mar form   ataocUUona    foi    rsnii
IPrts, oi i i rlalir tr*,*,
-■.mmti'-i
•^SMti
■tu]   Ua - I'AflE    SIX
TBI  CKANBSOOK   HEIUL1
IriJay, July 25lh, 192-1
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HWIwlist ChurchBEVB
i iti:i:.\iAN,
Pastor
11
SUNDAY, JULY 27
MORNING SERVICE.
12.15  SUNDAY SCHOOL
7.30 p.m.-EVENING SERVICE.
A COBDIAL WELCOME TO ALL
PBOFESSIONAL CABDS
1    "'
et^ttf*.
.W.A.FKKOIB
/ DKHT18T
I   Campbell-Manning Block
{      FI»M II.    OIBe* Horn i
) • t* 11, 1 to 6 p.m.  Sato. * to 1.
*\.ttetn»teimtt'
W. R.  ROSS, K.C.
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Etc.
209   ROCiliRS   BUILDING
VANCOUVER, B.C.
Dra. Green & MacKinnon
l'hj.lctans and Surgeons
Offlc.   >t   residence,   Armstrong
Atoduo
OFFICB  HOURS
Arternoone   2-00 to 4.00
■venlnge  7.30 to 8.30
gun-dan 300 to -1.00
CRANBROOK, B.C.
BB. F. B. BILES
DENTIST
office Hotma
t to II a.m.     1 to I p.m.
Bauson Blk., CRANBROOK, B.C.
F.M.MACPHEB80N
Undertaker
Phone IM
Kertirj Am, neil W CRj Hall
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HURRY'S WHITE LUNCH f
IH TIIE PLACE TO EAT. |
Whllo lli'lii Onl)  Is Employed. *
Yon will find this Cnfo u Home; |
riiit'o lo Enjoy Your Meals     T
* ALEX. HUBBY   -   Prop, f
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IvODUIS AUD SOCIITI1S
WOMFN'S  IKSTITOTE
HmU la tha
K. ot P. Hall
afternoon ot tha
flnt Tueedey at
I p.m.
All ladiM ar.
cordially lnyltod
President:  Mrs.  W.  ff.  Walter
■Stc-Treaawri    Mrs.    Klntojsoa
I. O. O. F.
KEY CITS LODGE, Ho. 41
^^tttfA.       Meete every
jt^sVanet,Monday nUht al
fg^SXHEJ'-Tho Audltorltun
lolournlng Odd Followe are cordially inrlted.
N.O.      -      -    R- w- I*"1*-"1
Rec. Bee,  B. Q. Dingley, P.O.
fjfmmtwmmmmmmmiiWtmtwm^
CLUB  CAFE |
Under
SEW MANAGEMENT
Place has heen thoroughly
overhauled and cloanod
FIHST CLASS MEALS
Special:
CHOP Sl'EY and NOODLES
BAY & NIGHT SERVICE
ALFRED SETO, Prop.
Phone 165
mmmmM.tmmmiMsaimiama^
Betabllalmd 1»»» Phone 114
Geo. R. Leask
pionkkh Branmt
A»D   COKTBAfTOll
Cabinet Wart   Netim Pra»la«
Estimates  flv.n  Ml
all clown of wort
Ofl-ta: Corner Norbury Ai.nn.
and Edward. Street
Baptist Ciiutrl)
PASTOR   W.  T.  TAPSCOTT
SUNDAY, JULY 27
Rev. W. B. HAYNES
11 a.m.—'
Morning Service
"FEAR"
12 nuou. — Sunduy School.
Blblu classes for Men & Women
7.30 p.m.—'
Evening Service
"Lydia Meets Christ"
YOII   ARE   COltlMAI.I.Y
INVITED.
A Pathetic Plea For Help
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"Oli, please, please, sir, try to get board laid over the steel frame.
tis out of this," was the final trembling appeal to me of a feeble old wo-
main, seventy-two years of age, as I
left her and her daughter, a young
woma" of ll'ss tlmn thirty years, in
the culls of Cranbrook City jail yesterday. They have been there now
for nearly two mouths, since the third
of June. Thoy are not dangerous
criminals. The old woman is too
feeble to hurt anyone even if she
would. -Inst to look Into her faeo,
framed With grey hair, would surely
convince anyone that she is not capable of harboring malicious intent.
Jual tho weakness of old age was
there, and the deep, undying mother
-Instinct and trust as she from time
to time cast anxious glances towards
| her daughter, while the latter narrated their story to mo. "Oh, please,
air, get ns out of this," she would
brook In, The daughter rather slighter of frame, with regular features,
naturally comely, but her jet black
hnir accentuating tbo unhealthy sal-
lowness of complexion inevitable with
prison confinement, betrayed in both
speech and glance the nervous tension under which she has been suffer-
I ing.
'. Is it any wonder that she would?
For seven weeks they have been in
close confinement, most of tho time
not oven being permitted tht* rare pri-
Ivilege of exercises In the corridor, all
for the crime of being destitute
American citizens on Canadian soil
without proper papers from the immigration authorities. They say that
they did not know that they bad any
need of more than the verbal permission to enter Canada whicb .they affirm, w;ts given them at the border.
Well, they certainly should know it
now.
She
made no complaint about herself
Kind women visitors had supplied
them recently with pillows.
The ventilation in the ante-cham-
tion. Or if the permission to do neither of these can be secured from distant officials then let our local officials challenge the ineompeotnee of
their departments by saying", "We
have no place in which to detain stteh
women," and in the name of humanity open the prison dors and let these
suffering creatures free.
In the meantime, will the good women of the community see that these
i, , , ,  . , , ,       ""■ [sufferers nre supplied with sufficient
ber was m^h better  han as I had no-    ,,, . .,    -      ■ s
t;rt«,i   u ... u__ •_, ..      .....    .      [clothing to provide for decent requi
rements?
B. C. FREEMAN,
Pastor of Methodist Church
Cranbrook, B.C.,
Plenty More Where These Come From
The (class
tloed it in the con-
was entirely broken from the win |
dow.. The young women suiil she
hud done it to get fresh air. Remembering the temperature of some of
those duys during which these women
hud been in .that elose confinement,
again I thought I could understand.
Shu also said she had tried to clean
tlie cell, and apologized for what ro-l
muined to be done. She said she had
tried to wash off lhe obscene scribbling from the wulls, but I noticed sho
had not been able to remove nil tlie;
marks.
They did not t'olllpllllll of lark of
food. They Boomed lo be in groat
dread of their jnilei-s, il seemed to
me um-oasonably su. Tliey were bewildered, They could not understand
this sudden calamity thnt liad befallen them. "WJtnt have we done?"
they asked. They cannot keep us
here. They must let us out. Oh,
please, sir, try to Bet us out, won't
you."
The provincial constables have given me something of the history of
the ease. The women were found i
destitute and exhausted at the side of
the road near the golf links.    Thoy
July 22, 1924,
VIE CA.N  ALL THo-lk   ,-p
A   LOT   OF   FOOLISH
THIN6-5    WE'P   DO   i*
WU ONLY  HAD   THE MONtr
CRANBROOK GLEANERS
AND DYERS
Ir.ry Garment lent to u lo it
Cleaned or Dyad la glten
Oar Utmost car..
Oar kn-nrledg* ot tha business
Is your assurance of satisfaction
km-..   Plume, and wa wlll call,
or trlnf ut year work.
Wa Clean aad Dy* Brerythlng.
raoNi 117
Only One Per Cent
A customer in n north country general store on Christmas Eve asking
1 they  were on  their way   from tllc I11''''0 of this, that and the other,
Sun Diego to au eastern state.   Tliey •Hlli,i '" t-10 proprietor, "Aye, Joe, but
hud not complieil with the immigru- -vl' "l"*'1 ba 'unking your fortune fast
tion requirements at the border. The "inn."
younger woman was held and given' "Not at all, Jack, I'm just making
over for safekeeping at the city jail, one per cent in this shop," replied the
The mother wns offered tlie privilege proprietor.
of cure elsewhere, but she obstinately     "Nonsense, man," replied the other,
lefused  to   be  separated   from   her "Nobody could run a business on a
daughter.   It does not seem that even profit of one per cent "
After hearing of the case last week j.ct  the  detaining  authorities  hav
and when  1  found the constable in nny particular fenr of losing tho old
charge of the jail, I was courteously „,. ,„„„„.    she seemed hardly alii
treated ami readily admitted to the to stand for any length of time when j
prisoners. j I saw her in the jail.   But the obstin-
As   we   passed   through   the   first ncy of her mother love has incurr
sleel door into tin- corridor off which the penalty of close confinement. Tlu-; |t>f -rn,. Same Here
the male prisoners'cells are. a heavy, detaining authorities say the young-!    *■*,-,.      Ramsay     MacDonald   asks
peculiar odor betrayed    the    serious cr  woman   raves  wildly  at   times.   I »<\Vhnt is Leather""
Fhey come early and often in Lake of the Woods, Kenora, Ontario, where
1 those fellows were caught; nnd thut fish us big or bigger are thick around
I hero every Canadian angler knows. An idea of the size ol this pair is obtained
by the presence of the young mnn in the picture. Thc larger is n 'lunge, :if,
pounuB iu weight, the smaller a lake trout of 24 \i pounds. Uoth with muny
others were landed in one trip early this season.
CALGARY Y. M. C. A.
BOYS CAMPING AT
LAKE WINDERMERE
Menuut£
"Woll
ye pleas,
or no. i\s
(Special to the Herald)
lnvermere, B.C., July 10. — Tbe
first nnntial camp for this part, of the
senior hoys of the boys' department
of the Calgary Y.M.C.A., arrived over
the Banff-Windermere .Motor Highway by express truck at the beginning
of this week. They number twenty-
five strong.
The  camp   is  located  on   Brown's
sell it f
"I per cent
but its ihe truth I'm tolling*"?' l,t'mK l""'1 of Lak<! Wtndeiip-are,
When 1 buy,, thing for a shilling i"sht  umk'r  th° sl,,,llow nf Sw""se"
mul just make one pe*' which, t"w<",'"1 s""ll','hre" *•»'
sand feet above them,    lhe days ap
hid*; of ventilation of the pluce. At'can believe that too. 1 think 1 would.1
the end of the corridor the constable From the inspector of provincial
unlocked a second steel door, und as! police at Xelson the local olliceisi'e-}
it swung toward us something fell celved instructions to detain the wo-
with a great clatter upon the cement i men and report to the inspector of!
floor.    A chair with some tin utensil: immigration  at  Calgary.    This  they
Tha
ileal*;.'
* an easy one.—"It's a Soho
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on  it hatl  been  leaned against  the (lid on June 10th.      Since that time
door, that its fall might give the in-j some   further   communication   has
mates wnrnlng    of    any    approach.!been had, but "you can't bustle the
When 1 ontered ihe cell and saw that'Kast," and tbe women still lie in jail.
this was their only privacy, I thought'Representation of the ease has been
I at least partially comprehended the) made to the United States consul at
feelings which prompted this prceau-j Fernie, hut nothing as yet has (level-
tionnry measure.   Can women be de-loped from that direction. •
taiued   in  jail   iu   British   Columbia     Kind women have visited the pris-J a HorHblc Fate
wiih im matron provided?   It is done loners, and at the request ot! a num.'     A young man front the country, or
n Cranbrook apparently. J bor of representative citizens called a visit to Edinburgh, was greatly as-
loor plate:—
Ground Flat
Old Country Ciiutributor. , ,   ,
pear to he passing pleasantly between
bathing, camp routine, and expeditions by water and land. Mr. and
.Mrs. tten-K preceded them from Calgary and Mr, Rose, the instructor, is
in their midst,
Windermere Lake, on which their
Love Me, Love My Dog .camp is situated, forms one of the
"1 wouldn't drink out of that cup," (main headwaters of the Columbia ri-
saitl little  Willie. tt» the well-dressed ver.    The lake is some eight miles in
visitor, "that's Lizzie's cup, and she's length,     In tbe neighborhood of the
very particular who drinks out of it." ramp it is some three miles in width.
"Ah!" said the young man, as he
drained tbe cup dry, "Lizzie is your
youngest sister, isn't she?"
"Xo, Lizzie is my dog."
—Old Country Contributor
By the light from a barred window
I saw the prisoners in a room ubout
six feet by nine feet, off which opened   their  sleeping cells,  narrow  ami
together not by myself to discuss thojtonlshed   to  see  on  ;i
matter, I am giving this statement of JOHN SMITH, Tailor,-
the facts as I know them to tbe pub
lie through the press.   Can we hopcjth
dark but for tbe light from this ante- that public interest in these helpless
chamber,   The steel bed frame in the,sufferers may hasten official sense of'
cell into whicli I could see was let duty to action?   If they hnve commit
down  from  the wall and carried a*tod a crime, let them be tried aceor-
mattrcss which the prisoners told melding to our laws.   If they are merely bi
hud recently been supplied. It looked detained under the (migration depart-
new.   Before the coming of the mat-1 ment, then let them be sent to such
tress the young woman said, hor mo- place as is provided with adequate
ther  bail   to  sleep  on   blankets  and equipment for the detention of elvi-
what seemed to me at a distance ofjHzed women in a civilized land until
a few feet to be some sort of card-1 that department  can take final ne
"Mercy."   he  exclaimed,   "What  a
atb    But maybe he deserved it."—
Old Country Contributor
Tho  Old   Fanhitmed  Way
A  negro  mammy bad a family of
ys so w«ll behaved that one day her
nistrcss asked:
"Sally, how did you raise your boys
owell?"
"Ah'll tell you, missus," answered
inllj "Ah raise ddm buys with a bar-
■ 1 stave, and ah raise 'em frequent."
its waters are warm antl a good beach
for bathing extends out for some distance from the shore of the bay. The
ramp forms quite a niece ti for local
visitors antl is a model affair.
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Lumbago    Colds
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your company distressing to your
friends unless you get relief.
Get n box of RAZ-MAH today.
Most people feel better from the
first tlose. Your druggist1 will refund your money if a dollar box
docs not bring relief. Absolutely harmless. Generous sum pie for
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The Devil's Potholes
f ALIGNE CANYON, in Jasper
National Park, is one of the
L natural wonders of the entire
Rocky Mountain region. A vast
cleft in thc solid rock, reaching a
depth of some 200 feet, and so narrow in places that one may ptep
across it easily, draws from the
tourist expressions of awe and
wonder ot the power ot accumulated forces of water
Tumbling headlong down the
narrow gorge goes the Matigne
itiver, mysterious as to its source
and for part of its length a subterranean stream, on its way to
join thc quieter waters of the
Athabasca far below. At times on
its passage through the narrow
gorge, It tumbles more than one
hundred feet in a sheer drop, ita
eddies being churoad to foam u
thn waters bent s tattoo   againat
Entrance to Cave. Maligne Canyon
Thc Canyon in Winter
the rocky sides of the canyon on
their downward leap.
From the footbridges which span
thc narrow gash in the sola! roek,
tourisu watch entranced thc effect of the waters on the rocky
sides. Here and there, seemingly
tired of the itffort to stand upright
through the centuries, the sides of
thc gorge appear to have leaned
toward one another, until an intervening rock cast itself into the narrow space and held the walls apart,
Trunks of trees and jutting rocks
form footbridges across the chasm
a hundred feet below the tourists'
feet, as they stand admiring the
glint of the noon-day sun upon the
falling water.
Maligne Canyon is a mercn for
visitors to Jasper Park Lodge, thc
splendid log-cabin hostelry of the
Canadian National Ballwayi. and
rightly ho   fur there are few na
tural roek formations to equal in
interest those found in the canyon
The Devil's Potholes, curious indentations in the solid rock over
which the Maligne River flowed before the Canyon was worn to its
present depth, arc holes worn deep
in the surface rock by the action
of swirling Hood waters, when a
largo stone has been whirled round
nnd round in an untiring circle
until the stone itself was worn
sm;ill nnd round, and deep circular
holes hnvo heen ground into the
surface of tbe rock, remaining as
mute testimony to the power of
rusl ing waters.
Maligne Cnnyon, while one of the
most wonderful formations to he
found in the Rocky Mountains, is
hut ono of the many natural attractions of Jasper National Park
In addition there   are   the snow- 	
cnim-M p-i'tV*  mt wtt  hM*{  tV Cnd and man   ifo      flfty-flfty to
glaciers of Mount Edith Cuvetl and
thc mountains surrounding Maligne Lake, thc Hoodoos of the
Cuvcll motor highway aud hundreds of others. Wild animal life
is abundant, and the calm peace of
the out-of-doors is assured to thu
tiretl holiday-seeker.
And in addition to the natural
beauties of the Park, a commodious
log eabin bungalow hotel; with excellent cuisine and all the comforts
of the modern city hotel, provides
a starting point from which parties
may radiate by motor or pack-
horse or afoot to travel by motor
road or pack trail into the very
heart of the wilderness. It was
the ddition of the comforts and
conveniences of Jasper Park Lodge
to the beauties of Jasper National
Park which caused one noted
American traveller to exclaim: "At
last I have found the place, where
produce perfection."
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Dtatr-lot Peimt|«r Agent, Calgary Friday, July 25th, 1924
THI  CUHBftOOl   HBAX»
PASS SEVEN
Prevent Forest Fires - It Pays.
mk
JEALOSY, INTRHHJB, LQVE,
AM) SACRIFICE SEEN IN
" PALACE OF THE KINO*
Picttll'OS of mediaeval court splendor, and court life of the king of
Spain in tho sixteenth eentnry, Ib the
selling of "In the Palace of the King"
the big feature at the Star Theatre
for Ibis week-end.
The story is set in the court of the
-Spanish King, Philip II., and curries
its readers into the center of a sinister court intrigue, depicts King Philip as a grasping, ruthless, jealous
monarch, shows the stern lqve and
sacrifice of a soldier for his daughter,
and above nil, the love of the gentle
Dolores for Don John, brother of the
King, soldier, Prince and the idol of
Spain.
Her father, thinking to shield her
from the man whom heregfiards as a
court calibration h
John, returning to
successful cnmpuigi
her blind slstor, lue
es  front the rooyi.
John on a balcony by accident, and
they decide to wed Immediately, He
takes her to his apartments in the
palace until the celebration in his
honor is over.
During the celebration the King
is angered hy au affront Don John
has given him, so later in the day he
calls at his brother's apartments with
Mondozn, Dolores' father. The King,
on entering Don John's apartments,
objects to the locked door which conceals Dolores and demands that it be
opened. Don John declares he has no
key, and Mendoza is sent to the palace for another. During his absence,
the King and Don John quarrel. The
popular hero is accused of treason, of
...[plots to overthrow Philip. The King
heartless adventurer, refuses to per-!
ntit the gentle Dolores to attend the wishe8 to fl,,m an »Ui«M« with Eng-
 Ihtnd  through  the marriage  of  Don
'John to Mary, Queen of Scots, and
i casts a slur on Dolores. Don John
[unarmed, advances, the King draws
Ihis rapier, and stabs his brother, who
fulls as if dead.
Inez overhears her father's false
confession and rushes to Don John's
apartments to tell Dolores of their
j father's noble deed in taking the
] blame for the murder. Dolores, to
I save her father from the gallows,
[confronts the King privately and for-
[ces him to issue a release for Mendoza.
Meanwhile Inez discovers that Don
John is alive and conscious and that
his wound is only a slight one. Dolores, learning thnt he still lives, is almost insane with joy, and rushes to
his apartments. Don John seizes this
occasion and announces his betrothal
to Dolores. Tho King is forced to
sanction the match, fearing Don John
will tell tho truth should he refuse.
Mendoza, realizing that Don John
is the true lover, and not the heartless
adventurer he thought him, gives
them his blessing.
t  honor  of  Don is what a young man had to figure
Madrid after a out, and so became "The Slave of
i,   but,   aided   by Desire."    But his wishes almost be-
/., Dolores escap- came his undoing, us will be seen in
She  meets Don | the film, when it Ls shown at the Star
as the mid-week feature, next week.
A  young man,  penniless  and  disconsolate, is strolling along the banks
of the Seine, bent on ending his life
! in  its  dirty  waters.    As  he  walks
along, he comes upon the shop of a
dealer in antiques, and goes in, hoping to sell the scarab on his watch
chain-—the last relic of the gifts given him by his father.   The old shopkeeper  becomes  very  excited  when
Raphael shows him the scarab.    He
tells the astonished Raphael that his
scarab is the key to the skin and that
he  is now entitled  to  this  "magic
skin."   An Inscription in Sanskrit on
the skin tells of its power to grant
every wish of its owner, but with each
wish the skin will shrink.   The days
of the owner are measured by the
%,        COLDWYN    krttsmU
Emmett JFlynn Production
JnFthe
PALACE
-tf* KING
* LRAlvni.p j,,,, BLANCHI SwrET.
n n.-i-.si t.,-.i.."*.t,!   EBMUNO 1-JV.I.
led t, EMMETT J. FLVNN
.    . ... .lUNfc  MAM1S
Week-End ■
Frldnj & s.i:
■*'• iwfwtitun,
.•attire at the Star
irday, July 25 & 2ft
ALL HIS WISHES UNRATIFIED, "SLAVE OF DESIRE"
ALMOST LOSES HAI'PINESS
Geor&Melford
size of the skin.
To test this talisman, Raphael utters the first wish which enters his
head— that he have a riotous good
time with some of his old companions.
The antiquarian reminds him of thc
effect that such wishes will have upon
his life. As he rushes out of the
shop he meets some of his old companions on their way to a banquet,
and joins them.
He establishes himself in a sumptuous home. One night he accidentally meets Pauline, whom he does
not recognize in her fine clothes. She
has always loved Raphael and he now
realizes that it is Pauline for whom he;
has always really cared.
The skin grows smaller. Raphael,
terrified by his ever Hearing death,
ihuts himself up and will allow no
one to see him. He even gives up
Pauline, for he feels that he cannot
marry her with this curse upon him
He tries to destroy the skin, but it
remains intact. He leaves the city
and journeys to the Swiss Alps, hop'
ing to regain his strength, and is followed by Pauline. Fedorn, deserted
by all her admirers, blames Raphael,
and also follows.
Dragging himself up the mountain
to a little shrine, he sees, lower down
on thc trail, Pauline being followed
by the frantic Fedora. Fedora tries
to choke Pauline and is preparing to
throw her over into the gorge. Realizing his inability to help thc woman
he loves nnd knowing thnt one more
wish will mean the end of his existence, he makes it for the safety of
Pauline.
Thc vision of the antiquarian appears and tells him that his last wish,
the first unselfish one he has uttered,
has freed him from the curse of the
skin.
SAVED FROM FORCED
MARRIAGE, LOVE HAS
ITS WAY IN "TIGER LOVE'
A Spanish romance, with all thc
dramatic elements necessary for an
exciting story is seen in "Tiger
Love," the picture coming to the Star
Theatre on Monday and Tuesday of
next week.
The  Wildcat,
dW*^</^«?£^J!0^
BRIER
TRADE  MARK
ftCGtSTCRED
rs
berton, hut now of Kimberley, spent I
last Friday evening in Lumberton, re-, i
newing old  acquaintances and  also s
attended the special  meeting of tht
L.O.L.
GU,StRJ e QkHJLgrfiMs
Atatttdfrtyn tht immortalttoru'TfitltUyitStki'i/
frBALZAC
A GBORGe 2). BAKCH -*W,**.
GeORG£ UWLSH. BESSIE 1DUE,
CflRmELTTiVERS,
iauM **.
ijtu.^.n Bu.
Showing at Stnr Theatre
Wednes. & Thurs. next, July 30-31
If your every wish could be crati-      Coming to Star Theatre on
fioil—whnt would ynu wish for? This .Monday and Tuesday, July 2H-Z9
STAR THEATRE
FRIDAY and SATURDAY —	
"In The Palace of He King"
A VIVID AM) DRAMATIC MOTION PICTURE SPECTACLE
All Star Cast     Blanche Sweet, Edmund Lowe, Hobart Bos-
worth, Pauline Starke, Sam de Graue, Eileen Pringle, Etc., Etc.
— The Thrilling Koniaikc ot an Age That Lived to Love —
COMEDV — Alack Scnnclt's   "SCAKEM MUCH"
********************************************************
MONDAY end TUESDAY JULY 21 and It
"TIGER LOVE"
With Antonio Moreno, Estelle Taylor, G. Raymond Nye, Manuel
Camere, Edgar Norton, David Torrence.
LQVE AND THRILLS 'MID THE HILLS OF OLD SPAIN.
The Kind of Entertainment lhat Kindlea the Blood.
Pathc News — liritish Naval Squadron at Victoria. ..
COMEDV —  "RENO OR BUST"
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WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY       .... JULY 10 aad 31
"SLAVE OF DESIRE"
George Walsh, Bessie Love, Carmel Myers, Wally Van.
From the Immortal Story, "The Magic Skin."  . A young poet maddened
by sudden fortune — A pleasure loving countess — The evil curse
of a magic talisman — the revelries of Paris night life \
—Romance and Intrigue
Fox News — Newest Stunts In Surf Riding — King's Birthday
COMEDY — "GREEN CAT" — Snub Pollard
gun uguinst the mayor's heart, Haying-, "Arrest me, but before you do
I'll send one aristocrat to hell."
The old prk'Ht tells the mayor that
a romantic Spanish |the Wildcat is his son, and the Dwarf,
bandit, has pledged himself to crush;'J10 bandies servant, takes a locket
all autocracy.   One of his lieutenants
captures Marcheta Fueutes and is attacking her in a mountain stronghold
when the Wildcat comes to her rescue.     He   becomes  infatuated   with
this impetuous beauty, but sends her
home,  unharmed, realizing the gulf
that separates them, and his hopeless
love.
Later thc Wildcat learns of a wedding to be held in the city. He finds
the residence of the bride and invades
the place in the dead of night to
J steal the rich presents. He comes J
face to face with Marcheta. The
girl tells the bandit her father and
the mayor of the town are forcing
her to wed Ramon, the mayor's nephew. The wedding is to take place
at high noon the next duy.
Marcheta and her fop bridegroom
are about to enter the church when
the Wildcat at the head of his band
of desperadoes abducts them from under the very nose of the soldiers and
whisks them away to his secret
stronghold. There he tries to make
Ramon fight for Marcheta's hand. In
defiance of alt Marcheta decides it
i.i the bandit she loves and agrees to
marry him. Just as the ceremony is
started a troop of cavalry headed by
Don Miguel Castelmar surrounds the
Wildcat's den. But the Wildeat, with
his arm around Marcheta holds his
Several cars nf I.uml
attended the garden party
ton people
put in rather good shape and i:
now in the best condition il hits beet,
so far this yenr. Tho grounds were
given a thorough cleaning and es-
pecial attention was givt
Infield, Thi> is only the s
son  tin* diamond has  bee
the Catholic girls
Tuesday evening.
given by| and if we succeed in finding si
in Cranbrook, last \ci
alter
Mr. D. Kydd, wlm is employed as
warehouseman, by the B.C. Spruce
Mills, was joined by Mis. Kydd and
their two children last Friday. .Mr.
and Mrs. Kydd arc occupying one of
the co ni puny houses and will make
tlieir home in Lumber-ton in the future.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Dams and family
left for Nelson, where Mrs. Dams
and children will spend some time. Mr.
Dams has returned tn Lumberton and
resumed his duties its grader on the
green chain.
Masters Roy und Glen Goode, of
Pilichet Creek, are spending several
weeks at the homo of Mr. und Mrs,
T. Gustafson.
around here we will ha
'• hall ground fn the i
| years. '
.Mrs.  Sehott   ami  i
gory are spending so
i at the home of Mrs
Mrs. 11. Whitehouse.
to   tho
sul sea
in use.
me real
n rea!
a few
of Cal
risking
* sister.
Mrs. Griffiths, and daughto
dys ami Elisabeth, of Waldo, i
iting  at   the   home  of   the
daughter.   Mrs.   Harry    Piper.
taken .
■f las;
(llu
are vis
tatter's
Mrs.
Griffiths was taken quite seriously ill
<ni Saturday of last week and was removed to the St. Eugene Hospital.
Hor condition has imp i re : very rapidly and it will be possible for her
to be at the home of hor daughter
again in the near future.
A social meeting of L.O.I.. Ho. 2016
was held in the Lumberton Hall last
Friday evening. Mr. Jago, field or-
ganfter of the orded iti British Columbia, was the speaker of the evening.
The order in Cranbrook was represented by several members of the Cran-
xcluding|brook ,odge<
COMMOIV
LAW
by ROBERT W CHAMBERS
Wibh
CORINNE GRIFFITH
CONWAY TEARLB
ELLIOTT DEXTER
AStoruoTNewYortasI
GREENWICH VU1A8E."
Attraction coming to the Star on
.. A-ngiwt lat aad 2nd, atxl watk
har.!
local  crew
make this
Tho baseball fever is taking a decided hold on the Lumberton enthusiasts, and last week a challenge was
issued by the lumber pliers to any]
department   in   the  plant
any teams that were now playing in, _^
the league.    Tom Gustafson carried!     A  number of Lumberton Orange-
out the negotiations in behalf of the men attended the services which were
pilers and it was up to Pat Walsh.. held at the Methodist chureh in Cran-
our  chief   engineer   to   assimilate   a brook on .Sunday evening last,
from the Wildcat's neck ond shows team of some kind for he felt cer-      , —
the mayor   a   daguerreotype of the;;tuin th„t the pn,.,., couW not ,lo the      Late-a reports from the green yard
'    . . .. ' , are to the effect that 1 on\ Gustafson
trick since there was so much mate- ,        ,,   .       ., ,   .. ,
.,.,., ...       ,    .       , hai all the piers practicing ball be-
,rial to he had around the plant and . ,    , ...
,      ,     ,    ,     ,       ,    .   . .    , .'tween load?, so no doubt someone will
he also had a tew dark horses cached . ,        .   „ .    ..
...       ,    , ,      •    . L-        .    i-l receive another challenge in the near
around the plant for just his sort of  ,
tn. *ii *r      I future,
.game.    The game took place on Mon-,
day evening and when Harvey Piperf The Lur.fberfo'.Tall team will play
called the first batter up it was f<-»und[a return game on the Wardner dia-
thut some of Tom's men had reni^-t mtmd this Sunday. The
ged so he was forced to seek outside! fa going
recruits. The game was close in the r another
first four innings, the score being, .-w^—
three to nothing in favor of Pai
Prides. After that the offering? oiia
Tom were easily solved and eleven*
runs were tallied before the end of *
the game, the final score was 11-0 %
in favor of Pat's aggregation. Speed J
Corbctt in right field, made the *en-< +
national catch of the evening whenfZ
he picked one out of the air, barehan- ■ J
ded. Pat Walsh performed very well IJ
at short in spite of his injury which *
he received at practice on Sunday. J
Tom Gustafson pitched a" gootl game +
for thc pilers up until the home *
stretch, when the Prides nicked him
for a few. The following i-s, thc lineup:
Pilers Pat's Pride    j
Woodske  (c) Mason I
Gustafson .   ... {pj      Quesnel
latter's wife
The picture closes with the mayor
reconciled and the promise of happiness to Marcheta and the Wildcat.
■■•♦•■■ ■ —
Halifax. — Kecent rains have been
beneficial to all crops in the Maritime
provinces and conditions are generally good. Hay and grass pastures now
show prospects of an excellent crop.
Seeding of potatoes has heen completed for some time und it is estimated
that the acreage sown is larger than
last year. Warm weather is now the
great need of the Annapolis Valley;
apple treea show heavy bloom and
give promise of a large crop.
**************************
•  + ♦
Paul Nordgren
When You
CALL AT YAHK
Do act forget to visit the
Paul Nordgren Store |
On Main Road, near bridge
The third game in the Lumberton
Sawdust Laguc took place lust Thursday evening between the Hard and
Soft Nutts. The game certainly did
look like a win for the Soft Nutts till
the first of the seventh when the
baloon went up and thc Hard Xutts
succeeded in*bringing in six runs,
which put them one run to the good,
the final score being 14-13. The sec-!
ond innings was thc big time for the.
Soft Nutts for they hit the ball hard |
and often und obtained a good lead}
which they maintained until the first      ,, ,       .,, . ,
... .u     mi. * .1. \    "llt wya ht' will be ready to accept
of the seventh.    The winner of the   „   ... , : , '
uli challenges us soon as his team bus
of
Straw Huts +
New Shipment
Jti-t in. ^^^^
*♦♦♦+♦+++++♦♦++♦++++♦++*♦♦
Downey   (ss) ....
  Walsh;
Sandberg     (lb)
. Christenson j
August Woodske    (2b)
  Pobson j
Al. Woodske .... (3b) ...
. Anonymous!
Bakken   (rf) .. .
  Corhett-
Knutsoti     (cf) ...
Beckwith|
Anderson    .. .    (If) 	
.,    Peterson |
prunes is still very uncertain although some of the players huve done)
their share in carving their name1
in thc hall of prune fume as is easily-
indicated by the fact that six errors
were made in the first half of th Bev-
enth, and we don't want to mention
any names, but Harvey Piper was
playing second base. Fred Hunteri
and Jimmy Mason were the buttery!
for the Soft Nutts while Shorty Mills!
and Andy Kolesar did the heavy work
for the sawmill crew. The Hard
Nutts and Old Nutts do battle this I
Tuesday evening and this game will j
result in breaking the tie which exists for first pluce, both teams having tied one game and won one.
Mr. Art Fortin, a former resident
of Lumberton, but now of Eureka,
Montana, is spending several days
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Beauregard.
Mr. Conroy, Sr., who hus been milking his home in Lumberton for the
past few months left for Nova Scotia last Friday, where he will make
his home in the future with his daughter.
Miss Jessie Hunter, who is employed as stenographer in the shipping
department of the B. C Spruce Mills,
left for Gull Lake, Sask., last Saturday, where she will spend a two
weeks' holiday.
Mr. C. Anderson, wh« was former-
ly «mploy«tt aa chief tnainnar in Lum-
hud a little more practic
The LumliertoiMiali
diamond has]
Canadian Cafe
and Rooms
YAHK, B.C.
Opposite Oarage. Near Bri<lg>
Comfortable  Rooms with
Cafe in Connertlon
We Solirlt Vour Patronage
A. Hjort - Prop.
THE
NEW HOTEL
Yahk, B.C.
S. MARKLUND Prop.
When In Yahk make your borne at
I UK SEW HOTEL.
Thli Hotel Ir new from bottom lo lop.    Twenly-flve nicely furnished rooms. All arc clean
and comfortable.
RESTAURANT IN CONNECTION. PAGE EIGHT
THE   CRANIIItOOK   HERALD
Friday, July 2Sth, 1924
tp
1 SVE HAVE JUST RECEIVED THE
NEW SQUARE CUT CRYSTAL BEAD NECKLETS
48 inch Length    -    $2.00 and up
MOTHER OF PEARL CHOKER NECKLETS
AT $1.50
A. EARLE LEIGH,THE GIFT SHOP   j
Next Star Theatre    WATCHMAKER & JEWELLEK       Norbury Ave.
-♦—♦—♦—♦
Dining Koom Suites at Kilby's 22tf |     For Carpets
_ call ut the Big
Miss J. Adler of Medicine Hat is nue.
assi-stiny at the Kimberley Stage office. I     Mr.   and   Mrs
_ ! Fernie.   who   lui
Special!   Special!   Tungsten   Lamps
at bargain prices.    26, 40, and 50 wait
for 36c.
Our low price* wlu every ifms.
W F, DOIUM,
■tin.
past wee)
Mrs. Nor
hi Honda
nd Congoleum Hugs
2'2. Armstrong Ave'
2i)
Thomas Uphill of
e been visiting for
Ith Mrs. Uphill's slave, returned to Fer-
vening'a train.
IU
rator, good
new
bargain, at Kilby's.
, for
20
The Misses Esther ami ttebecca
Wex, uf Calgary. nieceB of .Mrs. B.
Weston, are visiting for two weeks
with Mr. and Mrs. Weston.
Try thc Kootenay Garage for the .
service that pleases. Agents and Deal
ers   ln  Superior  Chevrolet  cars   and
trucks. ll.
li-. nnd   Mrs. dames Myles, of St.
t, New Brunswick, arrived in tin;
nn Saturday tn visit tlieir daugh-
Mrs. Hayward Klnghorn, Lums-
Avenue.     .Mis.   I*;.   H.   Tentiam
unpanied them from Winnipeg.
I'or Beds,
i sers, see the
Mr. and Mrs. dTW. Dow returned   nue.
on   Tuesday   from   their  honeymi
trip, and have now taken up reside
on Burwell Avenue iu the V. 'A. M
ning house.
Bed Springs and Dres-
Big 1'2, Armstrong Ave-
20
Hemstitching.-
din Avenue.
-Mrs. Surteos,
Gur-
2tt'
Ur.   Wilson  Herald,  ear,  itosu and
! throat specialist, will arrive in Cran-
, brook, July SQth, and can be consul-
ted for some days at the hospital. 22
i' prompt repairs and satlsfac-
to Ratcliffe's garage.      20tf
****** * * *** * * *** * * * ***** * •:
'Fairmont Hot
Springs
About half way on the Motor ]
Highway   from   Cranbrook   to ■
Banff I;
A   Popular   Resort   With   M»ny   «
Natural    Attractioint *;
..MAGNIFICENT   SCENERY. 1
Warm Radium Baths
Open Air Swiinining: 'lank    *:
„   With   Individual   Dreiiint;   .    <■',
Rooms \*t
FULLY EQUIPPED
TENTS FOR CAMPING |
RESTAURANT & ROOMS 1
GASOLINE, Oil. AND     2
(iENF.RAL STORE        :i
Charges Moderate j
| RADIUM   -  -  -   B.C. j
mkwmkmmsmwssmmmtmmmmtmwmmsemaasswsaki-a
| A. E. Jones |
Contractor & Builder
CRANBROOK, B.C.
Plans Drawn & Estimates
Furnished
Phone 386  :: I'.O. Box 192
ALL   WORK   GUARANTEED
J tion g
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Beale and film
ily left on Saturday last for the coast
hy motor. They expect to he away
until the 15th of August, visiting at
several points on Vancouver Island
before returning.
When in ('ranbrook stop at the
| Ratcliffe & Stewart Garage, opposite
the I'ost Office on Raker Street.   20tf
In
t a Ke   ,
:' than   i
asked
things,
, day.
mnoclion with the visit of the
or-General, on the 7th, it is
td lhat the city might well
n a little gayer appearance
• tial, and the merchants ate
to consider this aspect of
and   fly   their   flags  on  that
Mabel    Finlay returned on
from  Calgary,  where sh>
vocation.
Miss
Tlutrsdi
spent li-
ll. W. Laker, secretary of the Cranbrook Lodge of Elks, who with "Brother  Hill" Smith,    of    the    Premier
Service Station, was at Edmonton last
week attending the Dominion Grand
I...ilne   meeting  there,  returned the
I end of the week.    He reports un ox-
i tremely successful meeting, with over
BOO Elks in attendance  from almost
, every point in Canada where there is
; a lodge established.    There was not
-a dull moment in the four days du
ring whicli the sessions were held, and
to take in everything that had been
planned  for their diversion  the delegates would have had to put iu 24
hours u day during their stay there
Edmonton outdid itself in showering
hospitality   upon   the   visiting  Elks,
ami the result was a uniformly pleasant time for everyone.
LOCAL
>PEWVGt<
Insure with Beale & Elwell.
chairs, Morris and other
Ann
Kilby's
Good Value in
WRIST WATCHES
22t£
We have just
ihi'r    shlpmeii
Quality, Cuahii
gold   filled   .
received ano-
f)f    Caihier
u shape, whit*
tses,   with   a
Mr. and Mrs. Len Burton nre visiting at Boulder Creek, Wild Horse
district for a few weeks.
A National cash register $46.00,
registers up to $20. at Kilby's.    101
Messrs. Wilbur~and Ray Hill, returned this week from ji holiday,
spent at Vancouver and ("oast points, i
For Dining ltoom Suites and other j
furnihtire, see the Big '22, Armstrong
Avenue. lit)
Mrs. Edward Cretney of Sheep
Creek is at present lying at the St.!
Eugene Hospital, suffering from a
broken leg.
splendid finish 15 jewel lever
Swiss    movement,    and    we
consider thei
tionnl  value
be  excep-
$15.00  EACH
Every movemi
teed as a tlm
the fact that
Stamp is ou
sufficient.    A
bi
uly ;it \h
nt is giuiran-
' keeper, and
the Cashier
the inside is
limited num-
ne prices,
W.
H.Wilson
JEWELLER
**************************
BORN.
ill Un- si.
nml .Mrs. 1'
ver, u son,
- On Tuesday, .Inly 22nd,      Chiffonh
Eugene Hospital, in Mr,Lj KilbyV
■c-il Burroughs, oi Hull Ki-'
nl n Imrgnin
22tf
Mi*, nnd Mrs. A. \V. Hodgson und
,,.     ,,      „       , i daughter Helon, left mi Wednesday
.Miss  May Cox, daughter of Mr. •-,„,. „ m„lUh-s ,,,,-i,,,,,, in California,
Cox, baggage master at th,- C.P.R. vis|t|ng at San Franelsco and Los An-
depot, lefl mi  U ednesdny to spend
a month's vocation with  friends
Winnipeg.
les.    Miss Helen, who will be re-
ijmainlng in the smith, visited Fernie
the beginning of the week to obtain
Miss   Melanie   I.ebeau   expects  to' passports from Ihe American consul
leave on August 1st,    I'm-    Calgary jf'"' mtry to ""•' United stntes-
where she intends to take a month's     Big Labor Day Dance in the Audi-
course at a dancing academy there.; lori ivon bv j,    ,„ u,„f Kebekah
Me anle, at varrous local functions at | Lodge.    patticuI»,.8 lnter. 22
which she has performed, has shown
marked ability in the torpsichorenn
art, being a pupil of Mrs. Van Braam.
Walnut and fumed oak
bles, cheap, at Kilby's,
brary ta-
22tf
Wire ice cream  tables and chairs
t a bargain, at Kilby's 22tf
Mrs. Jock Thompson and family
returned on Sunday from a short i
holiday at Elko, visiting with Mr. and
Mrs. Duncan. They returned on Sun-j
day hy car, Mrs. Duncan being obliged to make a hurried trip to Crauhrook with her son Billy, who had
the misfortune to injure his kneecap
through a fall from a bike. He has
.since been under the care of Dr. MacKinnon and is getting along nicely.
Mrs. Duncan returned to Elko on
Tuesday.    The boy will return later.
THE SALVATION ARMY
HANSON AVENUE
Officers in Charge
ptnin  E.  Stunell;  Lieut.  Baker
Sunday,  July  27
L0.SG a.m.—Directory (Mass.
11.0(1 a.m.—Holiness Meeting
.'{.(HI p.m.—Sunday School.
7.:it) p.m.—Salvation Meeting.
Monday and Tuesday, July 28 and 29
Special Meetings conducted by ('apt.
Morrison of Vancouver.
I    Monday, 28th, 7 p.m. Young Peo-
Dr. Kergie's offlce will not he open]nlo'fl Meeting.
from August 1st to 15th. 21-22!    Tuesday,    2Dlh,   8    p.m.   Special
— j Praise Meeting.
On Sunday morning last, while on i     Vou are cordially invited to attend
her way to Fernie, Mrs. Richmond of these meetings.   All ure welcome.
Kootenay Orchards, had the misfor- Cod Hlcss You.
tune to meet with an accident when      Tlte  Salvation  Army  are  holding
about two miles out.    It appears that thely annual Sunday School picnic at
driving at but moderate speed,(the old Standard Mill, on July !10th.
.ar    encountered some gravel, Sunday   School  children  to  meet  ut
**ym msykssn ,^„ ■^i>,,^h.«^^iyw>wwifri» .^^^^^wyw^wyw^^y^Q
while
the     i
which caused it to skid and roll
on the road. While till the occupants
of the car received a had shaking up,
Mrs. Richmond's mother
was the only one seriously hurt, she receiving several bruises
ton the arms and body. On receipt of
fiword of the accident, Ross Pascir/.-zo,
'of the Hanson Curuge, hurried to the
scene and soon had the ear righted,
and the party returned to Cranbrook
with the car practically uninjured.
l lie Salvation Army Hall at  11
B. P.O. ELKS Lodge No. 86
ONLY A FEW DATS LEFT
To Buy Your Tickets for the Drawing on
A1924 FORD TOURING CAR
Proceeds in Aid of
CHILDREN'S DAY
AUGUST 6th. 1924
TICKETS   -   ONE DOLLAR
TICKETS ON SALE AT CAMERON & SANG'S CIGAR
STORE, OR BY ANY MEMBER OF THE LODGE.
HELP THE KIDDIES!
WANT ADS.
APPLICATIONS  lo  boy  the  Parish
Hall of Christ Church are invited.
Apply ti, cither Messrs. N. A. Walllnger, H. A* Beule, or C. A. Cock.
lSltf
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IMPORTANT NOTICE TO
WATER USERS
The use of water for Lawn and Garden service is
now restricted entirely to one hour per day, between
7 and 8 p.m. The scarcity of water in St. Joseph's
Creek makes this action on the part of the city imperative. The city will be patrolled periodically to see
that the regulation is being lived up to, and any found
violating the regulations will make themselves liable to
the penalties set out in the published extracts from the
By-Law.
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Logging Equipment For Sale
Several Teams Heavy Horses ami flam ess.
One Rxtra Heavy Logging Truck*
Ten Sets Logging Sleighs.
Logging ami Rutin] Chains
Logging Bunks with Patent Railway Car Stake Pockets
Five Tun White Truck.
Cooking Utensils, Steel He<ls, Mattresses  and   Blankets  ami
other equipment generally used in Logging operations
Apply: — LOVERING LUMBER COMPANY, United
WASA     ....     BRITISH COLUMBIA
Vote for the Playground
Carnival Queen
BOOST FOR YOUR FAVORITE
PRINCESS "HELLO BILL"
Miss Loretta Armstrong  - For The ELKS
PRINCESS "VIMY"
Miss Gracie Higgins   -   For The G.W.V.A.
PRINCESS "CHEERIO"
Miss Norma Wallinger   -   For The GYROS
PRINCESS "ROYAL"
Miss Marion Drummond
For The Western Grocers
The Winning Princess Will Be Crowned
"QUEEN   OF   THE   CARNIVAL"
9 p.m. Friday, August 15th, and will receive
$150.00 in    Gold
Each vote sold will help in the purchase of
PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT
FOR CRANBROOK KIDDIES
Every Vote is Numbered and gives you an
equal chance with all others to draw
10 per cent, of the proceeds from
the total sale of votes
Who will be the Queen?
DO YOUR PART! - Buy Your Votes NOW.
,
FOtt SALE—Gasoline pressure tank     Tlie death of Peter Albert Jeffrey
ond  ubout  fifty   feet  copper  gas of  Wnstt, took  ploco at. the St. Eu-
line,  suitable  for illumination
other purposes. Apply Herald Office. 2 ltf
WOMAN—Open for engagements in
house work by the hour or day, no
washing.   Apply Herald Office.  In
WANTED TO RENT—Piano for six
weeks. Best of care guaranteed.
No children. Apply G. Gillespie,
City. 22
FOR SALE—Six pure bred Airedale
pups.   Apply 209 Dewar Avenue.
22tf.
WANTED — Woman with ooy nine
years old, wants position ns housekeeper for widower. Apply Box
P. Herald Offlce. 22tf
*********************************f*******^***********
!! On a Trip to
BANFF
You Practically Gel
GASOLINE FREE
FOR Tl IL FIRST TEN MILKS BY USING
TEXACO
in Preference to Other Makes.
As Coals Differ — so does GASOLINE.   Buy the BEST
when you can get it for the same money.
DEZALL'S GARAGE
SUTHERLAND'S GARAGE
Wilson's Vulcanizing Works
Service Garage, Kimberley
FOR SALE!—A few second hand cars
for sale, $160 up.   At the Kootenay Garage . *  IStf
YOU OFTEN WONDER WHERE
you can get different pieces of Furniture or Crockery, Kitchen Utensils
and tools, etc.
You will be very apt to see just
what you need when looking over
our stock.
You are cordially invited to look it
over at any time.    We always hnve
something different as
WE  BUY,  SELL,  OR  EXCHANGE
THOMPSON A PETERSON
Second Hand Dialer*
Cranbrook and Kimberley
Box 2S8        ...        Phone 76
gene Hospital on Friday the 18th Inst.
The deceased wns a native of New
Brunswick, where lie was horn, Doe-
ember 18th, 1878. The funeral took
place from the Anglican church on
Sundayt Rev, F, V. Harrison officiating, A largo number of friends of
the deceased were in attetidonce.
British Columbia Prospers by
Her Industries
GREGORY
TIRES
are Manufactured in B.C.
THEY ARE GOOD
—OOOD FOR YOUR CAR
—OOOI) FOR B.C.
—GOOD FOR CRANBROOK
Every  Dollar Spent on Oregory
Tires Helps to Keep a B.C.
Factory   Running
CORPORATION OF THE
CITY OF CRANBROOK
Subscriptions for Waterworks
Debentures
Subscriptions will open on Monday, Juna 23rd, 1924, for the sule at
par of 98,000.00 of debentures to be
issued under By-Law No. 243, covering the Installation of a new steel
main in Slaterville. The said debentures shall bear date as of thc first
day of July; shall be made payable
on the first day of July, 1944, and
shall bear interest ut the rate of 6
per cent per annum. The debentures shall have coupons attoched covering interest which shall be payable I
semi-annually at the Imperial Bank
of Canada, on the first day of Jan- j
uary and tha first flay of July in
each year.
Subscription! may be for amounts
of |100 sr over, and should be in the
hands of tha City Treasurer on or before tha first test of July.
f. W. MHMBM,	
City Clerk
— SEE US FOR —
RELIABLE INFORMATION On
Balloon & Semi-Balloon Tires
WILSON'S VULCANIZING WORKS
Cranbrook     -     B.C.
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MANNING'S I
WEEK-END SPECIALS
No. 1 Fresh Apricots, per Case - $2.90
Regular 40c Oranges, 3 doz. for - $1.00
DON'T DELAY ON THESE
COTS AS THE  PRICE
SURE TO BE HIGHER
NEXT WEEK
APRI-
IS
John MANNING

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