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Array THE CRANBROOK HERALf
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VOLUME 20
CRANBROOK,   BRITISH COLUMBIA
THURSDAY. JlfNR 2DTH. 1918
NUMBKII 2.1
HELP    TO    WIN    THE    WAR    BY    ECONOMY    AND    PRODUCTION
ERE IS THEM
KECJISTEIL
oN
|N June 22nd, Saturday, every man nnd
woman, resident in Canada, who is 16
years and over, must attend at one ol Ihe
places provided for registration, between the hours of 7 a.m. and
10 p.m., and there truthfully answer all the questions set forth upon the registration card.
Upon signing the card, vouching for the accuracy of the answers, the man or woman
will receive a Registration Certificate, as shown below, which mud be carried upon the
person thereafter.
Why the Certificate is so Important
For failure to register a maximum fine e{ $100 and
one month's imprisonment ir provided, also an added
penally of $10 for each day the person remains
unregistered after June 22nd.
Persons remaining unregistered cannot lawfully be
employed, and cannot draw wages for work done
after June 22nd. Employers who keep unregistered
persons in their employ will be liable for tines equal
in amount to those recoverable from the unregistered
employees.
Unregistered persons cannot lawfully purchase
transportation   tickets, and   may   find   themselves
REGISTRATION IS LAW-
Don't Fail to Register.
This Certificate is
barred from travelling on railroads, ateamboats, etc.
Similarly they may be denied board and lodging at
any hotel, restaurant, public house or boarding house.
In a word-—Ail persons remaining unregistered, and
all persons having dealings with unregistered
persons, knowing them to be such, incur heavy
penaltiea under the law.
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YOUR Protection.
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OF
MEETING    MIME
A
The regular monthly meeting or the
City Council was held on June 10th,
witli  His  Worship  Mayor Clapp and
linn     Shankland,    Macpherson
a nest and Batten in auendanc<»
,\ letter was road from the City
I'li-rk ol Toronto enclOBthg a petition
requesting that a vote or thp people
of Canada be laken on the question!
nf the abolition ot tin Senate of Can-1
ada. Tlie letter was ordered to be j
tiled aa was also a letter from the
city ri'Tk of London, Ontario, requeK-
tlllg the Council to \mw a resolution
petitioning ihe Dominion Government
to provide Insurance for Holders on
over-seas bervice.
The Finance Committee presented
the following accountb which were
ordered to be paid.
D,   L. Attree  *«4.00
Ueattle  Murphy !Co.  Ltd       .       3.35
(ranbrook  Electric Light Co., Ltd...
 200.00
City Transfer Co 127,00
cranhrook Kask and Door Co.. 14.02
Cranbrook   Herald  16.08
Hanson  Garage     41.60
Kerr Engine Co  7.00
Kootenay Telephones  Lines  22.26
Little  and   Atchslon  13.66
McCreery Bros  157.60
Metals, Ltd  5.00
Ira Manning,  Ltd  34.50
Oflloe  Specialty; Co  ti.66
P. Parks and Co  47.21
Pay Ilolls:-
Ollh-lals    272.60
Klre Department  316.00
Engineer  604.77
Police    335.00
School    1854.10
L. P. Sullivan    5.00
C. Wing  2.76
Workmena Compensation 90.50
Cranhrook   Cartage    163.65
SCHOOL TRUSTEES                          > raised at the beginning of next term
MONTHLY M1.ETIXG ■"■ follows:
  Miss McEwan   95.00 per month
Tho School   Tru-tNB   Held   their™ss slK""''"; »8"» ,,cr Ttt">
monthly mtttlng bn June 7th, Men-. > ss ^t[gH ""'8"(l per moa^
.... „     u    , ,,-n ,   u MIbb White  $82.50 per month
White, Henderson,   Wllaoji nnu At- ,        J.nnnn
,,_,., , Miss Wimi liinii ....1100.00 per month
!• i flim being present. ,,,     _ .OP«.
Miss Pntterson  —*S5.00 per montii
The  following iu-rmmts  were  pro- r«. s. Shi-lth  J155.IIII por month
wmi-M KM ..nfcT-,1 »>.'  |.,i..i. n   „■ To-'.-v't'li.r.'-lSO.OO per month
Accounts  for  the  month'   nf  Mny. F. u. Morris  *lt)0.00 per month
Teuchers   Salaries    Jl'320.00      MisB m, uwu„s application    for    a
Medical  Inspector   41.86 positron  at   tlie Central School  wns
Secretary  25.00 ,,(.,.l,|l,,,,| .,,  „ s„iary ot j;600 1)er
Janitors    135.0(1 montii. iq start flic beginning of next
Btattle  Murphy  Co.  I.iil :i.00 l(rln
Cranbrook Blectric Light Co.   i.td..     .,., ,,   .,       . .„     „       .
■ 1 lie  apiillentlon   of Miss   Howard
'"!  ' for transfer 10 Central Sshool staff
Corbn Con   & t'oke Co.,   ,n    HT.tii , ,        ,,-,„„
was granted nt a salary of 1,5.00 per
' '  ' ninntlt   from   the   beginning of  nexl
Cranbrook Drug*! Book Co 36.9 ,orm bo ^ ,„
OH 'oil in        ill h,m"ry '"• 1919'
K„ nay Telephone Lines ".'.'.'.'.'. it'Iin     T"° M>I>',™tlon of Miss Hazel Tay-
Irn  Mn.i'iini,  Ltd  21111 ''"'   r"r  °   l'"sl""n  °"  tho  T™''""'l!
!••   Purlin mil Co ...1S9.60 «aff wis accapted. She will have Dtv|.
.,   ....  . , »g slon i nt ii salary of *7.voo per month
Warner ttUrary.'..'.'.'.'.'.'.....'..58.00 '" s:arl l><'***»»l»s «' "«' '"tn.
A    letter    was   read   from    Miss     ■>■'""'" l""-'1"''5 sl""r>' ""' ** ln"
,.,,, . ,     ,       , ,1 creaped   ttt   Jl 10.00   per   montii   nest
0 Dnen resigning her position on the "
central School Teaching Staff, wfclah lerm-
was accepted ' ^ fees  received  from the night
...    ,        „   ,   ,       u  , , .  i* .1 »ehotft pnpila are to be donated to Mr.
i« ti ler   nre in !"• ealle i ror K.u •   ' '
,,.,,,       i «-...!        .i Morris in lieu nl Ills serviets there.
Bomlnlng the Central and Soutli ward
Schools,   nt'i urate   lemli-is   In   I ■•   ob
inlued roi each floor vi tho Central     Th» Calgary Police rtilthorttios have
School il"'li hually engaged rounding up Idlers and a large number of fines linvt
Inanoclw.CaWon who attended the |im)  -mp08et,  imih,r „„, Anti-loafer
meeting reported In connection with . ^
lhe Kootenay Orchard School and explained his suggOBtlon   to the !»■ part*      neorg0 T|.()lh>r VM rinr>li %m and
ment  of  Bdueatlon  which  wire ap- (.tiM>t [n  ()l(1 Tnronlo ro|lf.P ,-mm>
proved by  tha Hoard and ;,  plan es- un())M.  ,|i(,  Ant,.Wr.Bl0 Order, for al-
t;mnie,l of coil for the erection of a ]mvlm, ^.^ iQ H|)0|,   T,](1 Mit?iM_
new iPhiN I Is to bv obtained and   ub r||W I|m) ;| (,ftnu) VQ]]RT mR |l()|
mlitctr to the  Department. ;i ||^)1(,|. y]lti.v |n WMeh |n U(.0]1 0n.
The Teachers' salaries are  to be loAs,
HEV. J. F. SINCLAIR
Rev. John P. Sinclair who recently arrived in Cranhroolt lo fill the
position of Baptist Minister was bom
at Wlclt, Scotland, In 1887. When 18
years old he joined the Baptist Church In GlOCgOW, Scotland. Through
christian Endeavor Society he first
learned to speak lu i nblU* and lo take
an active part In Church work. He
wns in business In Glasgow, Scotland frori 190:1 to 1908.
From  tflos    to
Win lx studied
under ttie late
Rev. Forbes Jack
son at ITailoy
,-illepe. Umdon,
England. During t*|.j amy In
London, he did
constderable mission work in the
t-ltuns of the Bast
End and becamt
tnteteeted tn tho
study nt close ranrze of social problems.
In May. 1910. he came to Western
Canada In response to the appeal to
man the mission fields. He settled
as Btudent pastor nt Lloydmlnlster,
He later acted Tor two year as student pastor at Longburn. From 1010
to 1913 he studied at the Baptist college, Brandon, from which institution he graduated in theology in the
spring of 1913.
ln May. 1913, at the Invitation of the
Manitoba Baptist convention he went
to Klwoc.d to superintend tlie work
at tht newly-built Baptist Institute.
j The monthly meeting of tlie W. c T.
U. wi|I be held at the residence of Mrs
MoFarlane, Thursday. June  -Till al
j 3:30 p. m.
14393.85
Sundry Cash payments 64.90
14468.76
Mr. .1 l>. MrPride was granted prl-
vledge to install a gasoline tank in
front of his store on Baker St. at a
yearly rent of $12.00 under the supervision of the city Engineers lease to
be drawn up to that effect
and any future application*! to be dealt
with in a similar manner.
The dollector was Instructed tu force
tlie collection of delinquent taxes and
subsequent taxes In arrears by sale of
land on August 19th, as provided for
under the provisions of the Municipal
j Act
I'll hi ir Chauffeurs to Par lax
11. wa:< decided on motion that
i chauffeurs plying motor cars for hire
■ within the city limits must pay their
I License before July 1st or be subject
< Lo proscutlon.
Ail overdue accounts for assessment
I for cement sidewalks arc to be handed to solicitor for Immediate collection.
The Mayor and aldermen Macpber-
son aud Eakin were appointed a
* committee of three to superintend the
I remodeling of the Mttchcl Car for fire
II ruck purposes.
It was decided to call tenders for
| the purchase and removal of the old
livery barn building on Hanson Ave.
The succecsful tenders If any to agree
to have the lots thoroughly cleaned
up after the removal of tho building.
Tenders must he submitted In writing
on nr before June 22nd.
Aldermen shankland and Eakln
were appointed a committee to look after the decoration of the War Memor-
i ial with power to act.
i AUenni'i Eakiri gave notice that he
I would at the nest meet! lg of the coun-
j eil introdv.ee a Bylaw to regulate
Motor TVi fir  witi.ln thc City limits.
COMING -WNIX 3KTH TO Till: AHTOKIIJM TIIKATHK TIIK HIGH TUSH I'UY IM
-TIIK OTIIKB MAN* WIFK
IMHIOTIIV I.A VEEN, HIHMKK
STAR 1% "PRO O'HV HEART"
ItHTItNS 111 Hi l> -TIIK    j
OTHER MAN'S WIFK
Miss Dorothy I-i Vern will be re-
tneiuheied by nviny for her excellent
portrayal of ihe role of "Peg" In
"Pen O'My Heart" which played In
1 Cranhroolt a season ago, she would re*
11urn lu He play all America Is talk-
jinn about, to the Acilltorlum theatre,
j Friday, June 28th.
| Victor Iv Lambert's new play, "The
Other M.n's Wife'* will be the offering. The piece is on a very old theme.
the double standard of morals; but
Mr. Lambert's handling of this subject Is very clever and present;* this
world old problem In a new antl d!ft-
ereni light, so much so that the drama is said tn have caused much fttV-
mill' comment in its premier sea-
■on. Tho etory la told In a very inter-
estlng way. and the author hue succeeded in Introducing some clever
comedy situations thut are out of the
ordinary. Seats for this attraction are
now on sale.
Miss Florence Erlckson    went    to
Spokane on Suturdny where she has
entered St. Lukes Hospital to train
for a nurse.
Mr. und Mrs. Frank Izzard arrived
in Cranbrook on Tuesday from Neep-
awa, Manitoba. Mr. taaard haa accepted a position on tlu HantU staft
The regular monthly meeting of
Kuskanook chapter, 1. O. D. E. was
held in the city Hall on Friday r.fter-
tioon. with Mrs. MacKinnon, Regent
In the Chair, Tlie meeting opened
with prayer, following by the reading of Mie minutes of list meet ng
by the secretary: Mrs. W. E. Worden, Thii. waa followed by rei>oris
from the Asst. Secretary and Treasurer. The various funds were reported In good shape, donations to tbe
amount of $95,86 having been reet Ived during the month In addition to
(he regular contributions.
After.* the roil call ihe names of two
ladles were proposed for membership,
Mrs. Shenfleld was unanimously
elected and Mrs. J. D. Agnew signed
the roll, having come from an out of
town Chapter.
A letterr from the Provincial Secretary of the I. O. D, E. was read,
suggesting that we have a Rose Day
in Cranbrook, on, Alexandra Day
when roses would be sold In aid of
the "Crlppleage" an Institution in
England for crippled soldiers. After
discussion It was decided nol to adopt
this suggestion.
A certificate of Registration under
the War Charities Act, 1917. was received from the Secretary of State
This will be framed and hung In the
Red Cross Rooms.
It. was decided to purohaoe a supply
of cards to be sent fn field comfort
shipment to the soldlero. These are
printed r.s postal cards, with Bpace
for address und acknowledgment ot
socks or parcel and will be r< turned
to the donors when parcel is received
An extract from a Red Croos Bulletin wa:: read, urging the necessity
of continuing the supply of personal
property bags for wounded soldiers.
There is an enormous deman) for
these bags. The 11.000 bags which
have been shipped in the past three
month!; nre welcome and more are
needed. There are 14,410-Canadian
patients in Canadian Hospital In England and 6,114 Canadian patients In
British hospitals and each . wounded
Canadian needp one of these bags, so
it is by no means n waste nf lime
to* make them in nuabors, -. *■* -
The sewing committee reported
work completed ae follows :-
Monday workers, 34 .-suits pyjamas
and 45 pairs of socks.
Tuesday workers, 62 suits pyjamas
and 2.1 pairs of socks, also one quilt
donated by Mrs. Donahue.
Friday workers, 31 pa'rs of pyjamas
and 27 pf.irs of socks.
A donation o.' 2 pairs hand knitted
socks from Mrs. C. Knoche was gratefully received. •
The Packing Committee reported,
162 suits of pyjamas, 156 pairs of
socks. (30 pairs being i'rnm the Women's Institute).
24 personal property bast packed during the month.
A hearty vote of thanks was tendered to the City Council for ihelr j
generous donation of $25.00 oer month j
to the supply fund of the I. O. D. E I
The subject of jam ra;ikin» for the
soldiers was discussed but no deci-.
sion was arrived at as to the best
method to follow for this years' supply.
It was decided to allow ull I. O. D.
E. members who are knitting for relatives and friends to buy wool from
thc Red Cross Society al cost price,
and Mrs. R. T. Williams was appointed to take charge of the sale of wool |
12 pairs of pyjamas rnd 4 pairs of j
;ocks were contributed by Kimherly
workers during the month of May.
The meeting closed with the sing-|
ing of the national Anthem
Afetr the meeting Mr. Lookwo'd,'
Registrar of East Kootenay District
for the National Registration on June
22nd addressed the volunteer workers
on the dctlei of Deputy and Assistant Deputy Registrars, explaining and
advising as to arrangements, etc A
number of Deputy Registrars have
been sworn In and will be glad to
register all who are willing to fill
tn their cards liefore ihe 22nd in
order to avoid the rush on that day.
Sale  of
.   SUMMER •
* MILLINERY ■
* "• ■
Half Price
All Trimmed Millinery
on sale this week at    *
Half Price
 i
These Hals are all this Season's Styles and
'he product of the best Canadian and New
York designers About sixty Hats to
choose front and no two alike
Entire   stock   of   flowers   and   Summer
Trimmings at Half Price-
'!
'1
McCreery Bros.
Cranbrook'* Dry Goods and Clothing Store
HW|<" »"»Vl»"*iV  WA    »A    l'.*>rV"«.^lr"«.*Jl-*-<»
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WATCHES
We have just received a new and
full line of INGERSOL WATCHES
SEE   OUR   WINDOW
J. D. McBRIDE
PHONE 5 BAKER STREET
NEWS ITEVN OF INTEREST
The Vancouver Police have mi*;
nnunred their intention to strictly enforce the food regulation- relative to[
nubile PMing houses.
Kdward Mason ttafl -enteiw«-i' In
the O.iiiv.-ii police Court under the
Antl-Loatiug law and rraa remanded!
for trial. |
Thirty men appeared on a recent I
day before Judge Lanctot In the Mon-,
(real Police Court, charged under thej
recent Order in Council with having
no stated occupation. !
fieorge Nelson was fined lu Winnipeg Police Court because he was I
not engaged In nny useful occupa* |
i tion   A large number of other cases
WHICH ROAD ?
YOU MUST CHOOSE ONE
sSfe
THIS
LEADS TO
YOUR LOSS!
THIS
LEADS TO
YOUR GAIN
TAKE NO CHANCES
WITH FIRES
PUT THEM OUT
SUBSCRIBE
for the Herald THURSDAY, JUNE 2UTH, WIS
TIIK  I IIAMIHOOK   II lit ALU
M. A. Ileiilc. Killlur and Meeratarj
I'ltANlllKIOK.  II.  C. JUNE  18th  191K.
A   SPECIALITY
One  Try   Will Convince
You
C. P. R  Watch Inspectors
Raworth Bros.
Next |,i I'usl Officii
ni::
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I'luiiin 37
Norbury
Ave.
Oi'ii City Hall
TIIK AUSTRIAN OFFENSIVE
Por tlie moment our eye:; are turned to the Italian Front where the Allied force;- are battling bravely to
turn bach the Austrian Invader and
the latest  reports are encouraging.
Experience has taught us that the
first blows of an offensive are the
most effective \>y reason of the advantage of surprise, the Austrians lu
the Initial stages of their attack were
able to make some advance and Unit
according to tlieir reckoning 30.000 nrl
sontrs, but their advantage appears to
have been a brief one for the Italians
with the aid of British, French and
possibly some American forces are
fiercely und successfully counter attacking and gradually restoring tlie
i qultbruil i Which spells defeat for tlie
Austrians.
Internal dissension and pressure
from Germany appear to have prompted the offensive. Il may be too eiurly
yet to regard the attack as entirely
checked but tho allied forces, we may
hf sm*' are rally prepared ror any
eventualities,
ovkksi
US CUB
Meets in  Maple Hall second
Tuesday of every month at 8
p. m.
i
Membership
open   to   BrltiBh
citizens.
Visiting   mi
mbers   cordially
welcomed.
K. Y. Brake.
J. P. Lower,
I'reHldent.
Secretary
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meets ln the
Parish Hall
ilrst Tuesday
afternoon of
every month
at If pro.
Pres., Mrs. W.
B,  McFarlane,
S.cy, Mrs. J   W. Hurtou, P. 0. Box«2l.
All ladles eo-dlally Invited.
uiih.au & m:\volf
Civil and Mining Engineers
B. ('. Land Surveyors
CRANBROOK, B. C.
Is of the utmost importune,- to the
development of Western Canada,
where both kinds of farming are
pruetieed on the largest scale iu
America, that their Interdependence
should be properly understood.
Had Western Canada been first sot-
tied by termers from irrigation countries the history of agriculture iu
these provinces would have been
very different. As it is our first settlers, aud even the most of our settlers to tlie present day, were from
Eastern Canada, the Eastern States,
or those parts of Europe where ir-
i'nation is no- employed. They came
i1 Western Canada with no knowledge of irrisa'ion. They have learned
dry farming from the settler*, In the
-semi-arid regions of the Western
:,1ates, and they are now learning ir-
i igation largely from the same
.ov.rce.
The Western Canada Irrigation
Association recognizes that the relu-
tu-iishlp between dry farming and Ir-
t ij;.ation is u very close ono Indeed,
and for that reason a considerable
space on tlie program is devoted to
dry farming. At the convention which
is lo be held at Nelson on July 84,
2ft and 26 Hon. W. II. Motherwell,
minister of agriculture, in Saskatchewan, and a dry farmer of many years
experience, Is to give au address ou
•'The Principles of Dry Panning.,.
Mr. Motherwell was President of the
Association a year ago, and was presiding** ofllce r at the convention held
ut Maple Creek, Saskatchewan, where
his practical experience as a farmer
contributed greatly to the interest of
the meetings.
The oRlcers of the Association are |
also delighted to have a letter from
Dr .Samuel Fortier, chief of the irrigation division of the United States
department of agriculture, stating
that he will probable be able to at-!
tend the convention at Nelson, and j
that he will be very glad to deliver j
an address. The Agriculturists of
Western Canada are under considerable debt to officials of the United
Stater, reclamation service who have |
always been most generous lu bring-
QUEEN'S
UNIVERSITY
KINGSTON
ONTARIO
ARTS
MEDICINE       EDUCATION
APPLIED SCIENCE
Mlalnj. Chemical, Cbtl. H-fkanlcal and
lltctrical Enflnetrinj.
HOME STUDY
Arts Course by correspondence,   llcgie.
will! one year's attendence or four
summer sessions.
Swmaaor School    Navigation School
Jul, ud Auaual D-eemb.r to April
II CEO. Y. CHOWN. R.,UI,.r
Don't Take Risks
If your stomach is strong, your liver active, and bowels regular, take care to keep them so. These organs
are important to your health. Keep them in order with
Beecham's Pills
and avoid any risk of serious illness. A dose or two
as needed, will help the digestion, stimulate the bile,
and regulate the habits. Their timely use will save
much needless suffering, fortify the system and
Insure Good Health
Pr#p.r«d •■Ir by TISmim Bstchani, Si. H«Um, UncRikir*. EaiUwL
Sold«*aiywhminC4uwlau£U.S.AMrlu.   la bo»i, 25 cwts.
to feel
Fresh
i-UK
dRt
If vou waul satisfaction
with vour waslilnK
Blind it to
•|0\TAX.\ I.ACNIIH
Special nrlcos for family
work
CHAS. S.  PARKER
Forwarding  and   Distributing
Agent for
LftMirldge and Oreenblll Coal
ImiiiTlul Oil Co.
Dlatrbutlon Can a Specialty.
Dniylnic and Triinsfcrrini;
(liven prompt attention
Phone 63
Ilr.s. Green .V MurKiiinon
I'liysiiluiis mill Sunn'ons
Office   at   residence,  Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICE HOURS
Forenoons   11.00 to 10.00
Afternoons  ... 2.00 to   4.00
Evenings 7.30 to   3.30
Sundays     2.30 lo   4.30
CRANBROOK, B. C.
TIIK  I'lllll KSS (IF KKAI.I/..ITION
The longer tlie wardrugh   on   the
greater becomes the realization that It
is only by sacrifice that the war can he
won.
This process of evolution Is gradual
much too gradual ln Canada but It la
moving steadily towards   the   point
when tvery man and woman will be
compelled by necessity to realize to
tlie fullest extent what this war means
to realize that we must all drink of
the  cup of  sacrifice  before   we  are
through with it.
Belgium and Northern France have
learnt the lesson, tiie;' ;,ave drained
their cup of  iltternesB to the dregs
loss of national existence, loss of freedom, home, children, cverthlng that! ing to Canada the benefit of the exper
made life worth living lias gone. The
weak trampled by the strong. It is to
destroy tills sinister power and avert
a similar fate to our own people that
wo are fighting today. It is a noble
cause and  one  truly  worthy of our
sncrlflce.
In England and France there is a
partial  realization of what this war
means  and   the  dangers   facing  us
iliey are brought face to face with Its
perils, the menace of starvation by the
submarine( the  constant menace of
deuth hy    an air bonib are    perils
which must be faced to realize and
we are free of them. We are also not
brought into lonclt to the same extent
with tiie mained soldiers or the piog-
uant. anguishot the relatives of the
slaTTi To the slower process of realization is perhaps the natural result of
tills semi-consciousness which Is in Itself natural us one must usually see oi
feel lo understand, but we sre gradually moving towards that point of
understanding that the experience of
Helglum will be ours If we lose the
war and that it depends on our efforts
ond sacrifice as part of the chain of
defence to win the war.
One must fight for all and all tor
one; there must be unity of effort at
Home as well as at the Front.
To aciiuire this unity strong measures nre necessary and we must tune
ourselves to submit to stronger measures yet.
Selfish Interests must be abolished.
Voluntary sacrifices of the part must
be converted Into compulsory sacrifices of the whole, the peril of the
times demand ll and nc it comes as
come it must, let us think of the fate
of Belgium and tiie noble cause and do
our part with gladness.
Tho shoe Specialist
JOE MAKAI'OIII
Satisfaction Oonranteed
.icadqunrtera for all kinds of
Repairs
V. .11. MACI'IIKHSON
Undertaker
Phone n.'.u
V'nrlillri  Ale, nexl In  City Mull
CI  llll A.  SI'lll II.I,
Il'irrislers, V.U\
IV, F. Ouril 0, J. Njirfiill
CRANHROOK, II. C
Montana Restaurant
Meals nt AU Hours
Cigars, llgiirettea and Candy
CRANBHOOK STREET.
■)[i|.nHlt»- tin* Bank nf Commerce
,  « - ..... . ~.. . - 01-J im).
-inliiliiii* I'll! lor Women. 15 a bo* or llircofor
|1". .Hoi.. At »ll I'm,: Mori*, or mallei, tn nny
K'Hri'-.H<jii receipt nl7 -irfcc.   Tin ri'uu Ll. Dpua
Co .at Chtharinca, Ontario.        _     „
PH0SPH0N0L FOR MEN. (fM
Vitality; fur Nerve mi'l llralli; Increases "vrev
matter'.-n Tonic-will build you up. li ft lies, or
-wo tin |* ,1 dm. stores, or bj Dlall on rnrtaijp,
aflirlro • THI Hone
(Inlarlo.
I I'siu I'ii , St ' atlisrlna.
Aro you growing or are you wast
ing food?
Think it over .
Saturday Is the last Regi.trntlon
day. Are ynn registered.
Ilonar Law says the American
troops are not coming—they have
i*bnie. We wonder what the Kaiser is
saying.
The death of Mcut.-Col. Jim Mac-
ilotinell- familiarly known as "Big
Jim" will he learnt with keen regret
by his friends throughout tills district
-and bis friends were legion.
Attention should he drawn to the
gradual destruction of our Maple trees
by the green apis Jiest, unless Immediate attention Is given to spraying the
irees, ii will he too late.
The reciuest of the Toronto Clly
Council for a petition from the Cranbrook council to the Federal Government to abolish tho Senate la extraordinary to say the least. We thought
Civic Councils were Invented to administer the affairs ot their City and
not to enrage ln political controversies, but opparently Toronto thinks
otherwise.
IHIIIliATION CONVENTION WILL
DISCUSS AM, PHASES OF
AdlllCrl'TIIRF.
The approaching convention of lite
Western Canada Irrigation Association at Nelson, B . C, raises the
question. "To what extent Is the dry
farmer Interested lo Irrigation
There Is a tendency ln the past
even aiming farmers, to think of dry
farming and Irrigation as being, In a
sense, rival modes nf dRrlcllltura. It
lence which they have gathered
through many years in their country.
With Dr. Fortier and Hon. W. R.
Motherwell both on the program, ir-
rlgatlon r.nd dry farming will be re-!
presentetl by worthy champions.,
There is another phase of agricul- j
lure, kowever, to which both irrign-
lion and dry farming are merely step-
ping stones. That ls stock raising and !
dairying. The exceptional denial d for
wheat due to conditions arising out
of the war may temporarily overshad- j
ow the profits of the live stock busl-
nest, but every agriculturist knows
that in live stock lieB the permanent safety of the whole industry. The
extend to which irrigation fosters the
live stock Industry is not genet ally,
understood. There Is an opinion
abroad that Irrigation hns to do-
mainly wtth the raising of fruits and
vegetables. Nothing could be further from the truth. The great irrigated crop is hay, of which alfalfa is
lilef. Tables showing the irrigated
crops raised In the United States reveal the fact that over sixty-
five per cent, of the entire irrigated
crop arec. of the United States Is devoted to hay raising, and of this area
about one half (30.5 percent.) is ln
alfalfa. The area devoted to fruits of
all kinds is only 4.7 per cent of the
whole; sugar beets, 2.5 per cent, and
potatoes, 2.3 per cent.
The overwhelming Importance ot hay
In irrigated country ls evidenced by
the foregoing figures. In the Irrigated
area of Alberta and Saskchewa-n the
hay Industry has perhaps not developed quite bo fast, on account of the
large amount of open range which
has until recently, been available but
with the settlement which ls going on
this condition ls rapidly passing away.
Already the Lethbrldge Irrigation ills
•riot Is the principle alfalfa producing
section of Western Canadi. In British Columbia considerable areas which
were originally Intended for fruit production are now growing alfalfa.. At
Kelwonla for example, a district at
one time devoted almost exclusively
to fruit end vegetables Is now grow-
so much fodded crops that last year
the local creamery produced fifty
Ions of butter.
In order that mixed farming may
receive proper attention at the Ir-
gation convention Dr. J. O. Rutherford,!'. M. Q. superintendent of the
Agriculture and Animal Industry
branch of the C. P. R. and president
of the Western Canada Live Stock
union, will deliver .in nddress on
"Mixed Fr.rmlng under the Ditch.
Dr. Rutherford Is a recognized authority on his subject, and Is a platform
speaker of International reputation.
Prof. G. E. Pariiam, superintendent of
the Dominion Government experitnen
tal station ut Invermere, B, 0., will
speak on "Mixed Farming and alfalfa as an aid to Orchard Development." Don. H. Bark, chief ot the Ir
rlgatlon Investigation department of
the C. P. It. and an expo' I in fodder
crops, is also down for au address.
Altogether It Is assured that every
phase, not only of irrigation, hut of
dry farming, stock raising and dairying, will come tinder discussion. No
farmer or fruit raiser should remain
away from the convention because he
does not happen to he an Irrigator
there will be much tha' Is worth
while to every man and woman en
gaged ln facing the problem of grent
er food production.
—you must keep your stomach well, your liver active,
thebowelsregular.andyour i
blood pure. Your physical
condition depends on the
health of these organs. ]
When anything goes wrong I
just take
a few doses of Beecham's Pills
and avoid any serious illness.
They are a fine corrective and
tonic for the system, and a
great help in maintaining good
health. A single box will
prove the remedial value of
BEKHAM'S
PILLS
Uri«»t Sale of Any Medicine in tht World.
Said •-rer? where.   In botai, 25c.
The Herald
$2.00 year
1.0.0.1*.
KEV CITY MHIGK, No. 44
-fja^JjjU.     Meets   every
WjpKSty    nl  Fraternity
Hall.      Hojournliig    Oddfellow,
cordially Invited.
10. II. Mcl'hi'ii       W   0. Adlard
Hecy. N. Q.
llll. V. II. MtliKS
IIKMTINT
fllllce In Hanson Block
OFFICE HOURS
9 to  12. a.m.
1 to 5 p.m.
CRANHROOK. II C
CRANBROOK COTTAGE
HOSPITAL
Prlinte .Nursing Hum.'
Licensed by Provincial   Govt.
Miileriiitv und (ienerul Nursing
Massage and Rest Cure. Highest
References, terms moderate.
Apply Mrs. A. Crawford, Matrou
Phone 259 P. O. Box 845
Address. Garden Ave. Crnnbrook
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, B. C.
Heels every Tuesday at 8 p.m. In
the Fraternity Hall
R. C. Carr, C. C.
C. H. Collins, K. R. & S.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited to attend.
Cranbrook
Vulcanizing
Works
':   NEXT DOOR TOKO 3 TEN AY >
GARAGE
All makes and sizes  oi
TIRES
REPAIRED
Ik-
Investigate Our Scientific Methods
tllfim n**|-Hia)ftai  .<*<>«,   Hftn .,-h>a»  a^-najMajW I
Three Port Arthur Restaurant
keepers have each been fined Slim
and costs for serving; menl on meat
less days
CANADA
PUBLIC NOTICE
DOCUMENTS TO BE CARRIED
by every male person who is not on active service in any of His Majesty's Naval or Military
Forces, or in the Naval or Military Forces of any of His Majesty's Allies* and who apparently
may be, or is reasonably suspected to be, within the description of Class One under the
Military Service Act, 1917, who for any reason may have claimed that he is not within Class
One under the Act.
^OTICE ib hereby gWen th»t, under the proriiiooi of u Order in Council
(P.O. 1013), uf the 20th April, 1918, upon and nflrr the 1st (lay of Juno,
1918, every male person who if not on active service in any of Ilia Majesty's
-N'Hvnl or Military Forces, or in the Naval or Military Forces of Itis Majesty*
Allies, and who apparently may be, or is reasonably simperled to hi-, within
ihe description of Class One under the Military Bervice Ail, 1917, by whom
or on whofle behalf, it is at. any time affirmed, claimed or alleged t lint he in not,
whether by reason of age, status, nationality, exception, or otherwise, within
Class One under the Military Service Art, 1917, as defined for the time being
or that, although within the said Class, he is exempted from or not liable to
military service; shall have with him upon his person at all times or in or
upon any building or premises where he at any time is,
AGE
If it In* claimed that he is not within the class by reaBuu nf age, ho officii.!
certificate of the date of his birth, or a certificate ot his age aigui'd by two
reputable clOtens residing in the community in which he lives and having
knowledge of the fact; or
MARRIAOE
If it be claimed that he is nut within the Class by reason of inarriuge, a
certificate, cither official ur signed by two reputable citizens residing in tli"
community in which he lives and having knowledge of the facts, certifying to
his marriage and that his wife is living; or
NATIONALITY
Hit bv claimed that he la not within the C'hta. by reason of hla nationality,
ii eerliliruU' of Iiis nationality signed by » Consul or Vire-('„iiMil of the foreign
Slate or Country to which ht (Lima hi. allegiance is due; or» pa-sport iwunl
by tho GoTernment of that Country tatabliihini hit nationality; or.
ACTIVE SERVICE
If it be claimed that he i, eicepted at a member of any of Ilia Majesty'a
Forms or u having tince tht 4th August, 1014, eerved in the Military or
Naval Force of Groat Britain or her AIUh in any theatre of artual war anil ha,
been honourably ditcharged tberefroao, •ffioial documents or an official certificate evidencing tht faet; or
CLIRQY
If it be claimed that hs it exoeptsd as a member of the clergy, ur of any
recognised order of an exclusively religious character, or is a minister of a
religious denomination existing ia Canada oa 90th August, 1917, or as being a
member uf any other society or body, a certificate of the fact signed by an
<iDice-holder competent so to certify under the regulations of the church, ordw
or denomination, society or body, to which he belongs; or
EXEMPTION
If it be churned that he is exempted from ur not liable to military service
by reason of any exemption granted or claimed or application (tending under the
Military Service Act, 1917, or tbe regulations thereunder, his exemption
fmpers, or a certificate of the Registrar or Deputy Registrar'uf the district
in which he belongs evidencing the fact; or
OTHER CUSS
If it lie claimed that he is nut within the Class, or that be is exempted, nut
liable or excepted upon any other ground, a certificate of t wo reputable eit ueus
residing in the community where he lives having knowledge of the faet upon
which Ihe claim is founded and certifying thereto;
FAILURE TO CARRY REQUISITE EVIDENCE
If iipun or after the 1st day of June, 1910, any such male person bt found
wilhuut the requisite evidence or certificate upon his person ur fn or upon the
building or premises iu which he is, he shall thereupon be presumed to bt a
person at the time liable for military service and to bt a deserter or defaulter
without leave;
PENALTY
Aud he ahall alan be liable upon luinuary conviction to a Hut not exceeding
$-*>() or to imprisonment for a period not tiottding one mouth, or to both tuch
line and inipriaotunont; and uiorco.er, any euch ptraon may forl'tiwith bt
taken into military custody and may bt (litre detained and required to par*
form military duty in tht Canadian Expeditionary Font to long aa hit atrviiaai
shall be required, unlet* or until (lie fact bt Mtabliehtd to tht tatiafactiou of
competent authority that he it not Habit for military duty.
FALSE, CERTIFICATE
Tht ute, aiguing or giving of any tuch certificate aa hereiabtfort motioned shall, if the certificate bt in any material raapect falat or mialaading to tht
knowledge of the peraou using, tigniag, or gmuj tht aunt, be an offence,
punishable, upon luminary conviction, by a penalty not eicetdiug Ire hutdrtd
dollar,, and by Imprisonment for any term not HMtdatg aji uiontha and lot
leas than ont month.
ISSUED BV THE MILITARY SERVICE BRANCH
OF THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE.
Ottawn, May 12, 1911. THURSDAY, JUNE 20TH, lots
THE (-RANnnOrtK irfflMM)
.iiiiiruiniiiiiiitiiiiiiiTitii
Stiver Sets
i* decoration i'or the slile-
A silver ten Bet, Includes te.i
nnd coffee pota, sugar bowl
und cream pitcher. A Tea set
is a handsome1 decoration lor
ti* • sideboard at all times,
anil both useful and attractive on Hie table.
Tea sets In boIIU and plate,
In haridsomo designs at reasonable iit'lces.
Wo would like to have
look tbeiu ovor.
m.lb. WllUson
4K.VHI.HU
tractive display ol fancy goods, novelties proved u source of considerable
revenue. Tlie flower und magazine
stalls a|so doing a good business. A
large number of surprise puokages ,
were also sold. Fortune    telling   by    ,..,,.,, ,|  Fines
wing men came before
strata Joliu Leash- on Monday, charged with being a raaW person
who is not on active service in any
of His Majesty's Nava] or Military
Forces or Military Forces of my of
Mis Majesty's Allies, apparently und
reasonably Buspected to be within the
description of class One under the
Military Service Art laiT. and nol
carrying documents as ■eo.iiired under
the   provisions   of   Ord< r-ta-Coi;
rled.  dismissBd.
on Tusaduy, Alex HosrotT, nuBsian.
Alex. Alton. HushUui. Louise Delia Mul
Ua, Italian, William Bozvok, Russian.
Albert Zaboromsky, Hole Alfred lien-j
son. Swede.
On Wednesday, C liar Mo Hald, Fin-■
lander, earn of the above were Hnetl I
$10.00 or the alternative of serving1
seven daya Imprisonment, Fines were
paid
P.U.F. TURK
SPECIAL
KiiMiuel llronil I'."'
ISitn I    Wiiali    Baal
Kiinniel Promirvliia Kpltlcs
nil good vnluo ai SBcla bi	
while   (hey   Ills!,
"II I
SKIS     WINDOW
F. PARKS & CO.
Hardware & Mill Supplies
Cranbrook     -      15. C
and  Mrs, II. K   l lay-
It. 0. on  .lime 9th, a
I iher Pocket fuses for Registration Card:' 50c each. I'ra ibrook Drug
and Honk Co
Place your Victory Bonds ror safety
iii ii Do pool I Box iii Beale and Rlw.-11'n.
Apply I'm* terms.
Mr. and Mrs. Hay Hirtz or Elko,
H. C, are visiting Mrs. .1. ('. Ingham*
of   the  city,
Christ Church Strawberry Festival
nn the Roctory Lawn Thursday June
27th, s p, in. Danoee In the Parish
Hull 10 p.m. Cranbrook Orchestra.
Mr, v. Blh
Shunovon, Si
transferred.
efl
lasl    week    for
are   he  lias   heen
nn:
C0EDR D'ALENE
Mrs. F. B, Miles left on Saturday
to spend the summer with her mother
In  Frederlcton.
l.ei the little Hamilton Beach Motor
rim your Sewing Machine. Phone us
for a free trial.—Patm*:rc Bro-!
Will the holder of Ticket No. fl for
Doll's Set which was raffled at the
"Camouflage" Sale kindly advise the
SeiTetary-'IYensurcr,
risl Church Strawberry Festival
on the Rectory Lawn Thursday Jane
27th S p.m. Dance In the Parish Hall
10 p.m.   Crnnbrook Orchestra
Mrs, C, .1. Little, who   nas   been
lending the past week in Sirdar, B- C.
was called home •Tuesday on account
nf   the   illness   nf   her  husband   Mr,
i'. J.  Little.
line In and let us show you   the
"Geyser" Electric Washer.   It's
"Tip Topper"—Patmore Bros.
Wilkinson who has been the
Mr. nnd Mrs. N, A. Waltin-
:t past ten days left on Mon-
Vancouver en route to Hong
lon'l get that washing machine im-
l yon Have seen the "Geyser" Elee-
Tfiltrlc al  Patmore Bros.    It's the last
'!i   tt nni in washers.
cards ami Palmistry proved to be very
popular. The catches In the Fish pond
were numerous and a guide was constantly busy escorting the visitors
through the bogus gallery.
The successful winners in the raffles were Mrs. J. S. Brake, Crothet-
ed Voke. Miss Simpson, Picture, Mrs.
It. C.   Hersey.    Iitilid    painted    China.
Ticket  Nn. ti won the dollies outfit
Finil Erlckson, Swede, Charlie Johnson,    Canadian    (Naturalized)    Carl
KiiiitMiii, Norwegian, Murdoch M. Gll-
■h fined    $10 fin   or
were puld.
a.  Mollis  proved
Hilary age a <<   to
7AM-BUK
1 is the best  remedy ■
■ known for sunburn, fl
■ heat rashes, eczema, 1
1 sore feet, stings and 1
1 blisters. A skin food! 1
■ AUVuttlili.nl ShmSOt.         H
HAI'TIST t IIRI ( II
The service in the Baptist Church
will be conducted by the Pastor, Rev.
John P. Sinclair, who will preach at
11 a, in. on The "Shlker" and at 7
p. m. on "Being Ashamed".
Commencing nexl Sunday the Bible
School will meet Immediately after
the morning service. This arrangement will in for the next two months
only. The regular morning service
will conclude at 11.46 a. in. and the
School and Bible class wl|l follow Im
mediately.
Service for Prayer, Praise and
Bible study on Thursday al 8 p. in.
to be followed by teachers meeting
at fl p. m.
aniENT
IMV. I SOUTH  WARD SCHOOL
Perfect attendance for May
Philomen Belanger. Dorothy Hailing. Dorlfl Haynes, Mack Hon*, AI-
beht Johnson, Edith Johnson, Earnest Laurie, Winnie Malone Rita McBurney, Pat McDonald, Kenneth McNeil. Lucy Pascuzzo. Sandy Pascuzzo,
Samuel Shaw, William Taylor, Frank
Tito. Kathleen Tito, Amy Williams,
Jessie Cassets Dorothy Batsdon.
Honor   Roll
Third Reader,
Anny  Williams,    Rita    McBurney,
Kathleen  Tito.
Second Reader Senior.
Sandy     Pascuzzo.     Ernest    Laurie
Gwendolyn Worth melon.
Junior   Second.
Pat McDonald, Doris Haynes, Mack
Horie.
Collected   for    Soldiers,    Confsfrts
Fund $4.0.-..
M   E.   LEES. Teacher
HIV. II SOBTH HARD SCHOOL
N
A   NNOUNCEME
THK I'KIVI'KHS ARK VOW AT 1V0RK ON
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|'!1K   IIOTI.I,   WITH   .
I'l I.SilYU.MY
Tbifi hoiisg has tfii
hnppy distinction of bo
inn   ttia  favorite stop
I :   lilacs   lu   H|iokam>
fnt tliq people of RrRlali
Columbia We Appreciate
Lilts   patronago rami  do
ever-tiling in nnr pOWBT
lo make jrou comfortable,
Our it atliin Is excellent —
close in Ureal Northern Station
mil t) W ll & N MUwniikc
terminal, .uid within n tntf.ttVt-
walk from tho principal bpslness
houses nmi places ef amusement
Sn    Sfr'Uii-liln   on   Ifimf
. , Perfect nttendflUfc: Waller Barrett,
Miss Klrle Bent, of bos Amnios,! Kt?imetli Bassett, Florence Finley.
California arrived-In town on Weflnes- Colvin McBurney, John Neil, Lillian
daj fore few days, preceding a Russell, Leslie Sainsbury, Grace Tito,
,i.-'ii f. tho coast from where she will Jessie Tiio. Hoy Ltnuell, Clara Hal-
Bail for overseas. I'11' Wa*el Williams Annie Moore,
  lleiiie Qard, Clarence Johnson.
lienor Roll
I'eter    Brennan,
Bjiw i^\fstm iity*m .aWlfrtt-.m^frm  try*n tlfamtitlfrm n^ig
AUDITORIUM
, . **■ THEATRE *  *
, Fri., June 28th
I. Reaucr:
We aro demonstrating the   little
I   Hamilton   Beach   "Sew E-Z" Sewing
Vtnehlne Motor    Come In nnd see li! ■*»•** <*""* Tl,°
or phond for .1 free trial.     Patmore
Men
11 Prlroor; Florence   Flnlay,
Rolling, Prnnk Malone.
I  Primer; Annie  Moore. Josl
PhrUI Church Strawberry Kwtlval!''"'•"■ l'olvl" McBurney.
on  Hi" Rectory  UtwnThursdny June:    Recital Class; Josephine sir
nth 8 p.m    Dance In the Parish Hall John Noll, Ulsio Wood.
1,11,1,,   Cranbrook OrcheBtra, ■    Amount collected for soldiers
. rorts $4.:i).
The members   ef   the   Cranbrook| J- HOWARD. Ti
Branch ef the si John Ambulance
Association wish to thank all those
wh>, helped so generously to make tht
"Camouflage Salo such   a   financial
Clnn
ipodl,
"WHITE"
SEWING MACHINES
MADI IN CANADA
FOR   CANADIAN   HOMES
WILL GIVE YOU
COMFORT
EASE AND
REAL PLEASURE
WHILE SEWING
Can you think of any reason why
there  should not be one In your
hoinr ?
Doran,    CranhriHik    A|«bI
tltghesl prices paid for Hides, Purs,
Metals, Scrap iron, Bottles, Old Machinery, mul Pipe. Western Hide »nd
.11111k Co,, l.id, Cal Bar y, Alta. Hefer-
ciicc, Merchants Bank,
ills Honor Judge Thompson passed
through Cranbrook enrottto to Fernle
Oil  Tliiirsdnv  jifnr    InivliiR    (MopOMd
nt L'ii appeal cases for oxemptton under lhe Military Service Act In Nel-
IiVumm i(,m.i leak** trH ll iiltemled
(0 b) \\, ,1. Belli) »f Crnnbrook, o|d
Ifoofs of ororj description repalrea and
eiiated nith Improved vph»ii tern,
ent nnd Marnintod Hirkl.
IKI..M) for 100 N(|iinn> feet.
Seats nre rolling fast J Benttle und
Murphy's tor the enRcsomont of "The
•Other Man's Wife", which comes to
* ttie Auditorium theatre Friday, June
28tli. Thi: new piny by Victor E. Lam-
I bert, I" causing a lot of favorable com-
; ment nnd is conceded by both the press
and the public, aa ont of the few re-
. cent ulay.-i thnt nre really worth while.
THK CAMOUFLAGE HALF.
i    Tli**   Camouflage   Sale   organized
by Die Cranbrook Brunch St. John Ambulance Association on Stnnrday Inst
, proved very successful nnd ns a result
j the funds of tlie association were nug-
; mentedto tiio extent of 145.00. The sale
' was conducted in  the usual efflcent
. manner that, murks all tho efforts of
the members of the aaaoclattM, an at-
POLICE COURT
ItI8TWAN YISYM *I<hmhi
OK SIX HONTIfS
Mlk< Korahtki Austria! wns charged In tho Pi Hi Court on Mond.iy for
nut reporting each month to the police
ns required by the regulationh governing Aliens of Enemy nationality, he
pleaded tiullty to ihe charge and was
lined $100.00 nr six montlis wiih hard
labour, Ho pal 1 th*' Fine.
TWRLVE PHOSKOUTIONS KOH
NOT CAKKVINfl DtM I'MtATS
All tneit roflsoiiable sttspeotod <t being in CI 'J8 One of tne Military Sor-
vieo Aet, I. e, reasonably suppose lo
he of the nge of nol loss than 20 und
i.ot mow than HR years, nre to be quos-
toncd by the poUce, if fiey cannot t reduce documents as required by or-
der-in-Coiinr.il (P. ('.. lOlUj-thoy are
to bo niiprohemUd,
it will be nillced thut the offence
lie.*j In not ca-tTytrtg on tlieir person
the necofje ry pipers,
Britlnii ubjocts ;-i cla*»B o-ie, If r-iir-
ried"launt curry a cei'tltlcati certifying to tho fact, If single they 'i1 *:
carry t'.itlr Military papers.
All me- not British iibjoets ipttal
carry with them a certlfleite or nationality signed hy tlieir Consuls oi
Vice-Coni vis.
Theie feglilstioriS hayo Itoen fully
advertised and tliwoforo there is no
exotute In a plea of ignorance,
Any '•■•n not properly conipl; Iiik
with the regulations t** lfuble lo n flm
of $60.00 md Inprlsoummj  for «m
THE LAMIIliirr PRODUCING, N. \\ OFFER
DOROTHY
LA VERN
Last seen in Cranbrook as "Peg"
in "Peg ()'My Heart"
"THE OTHER
MAN'S WIFE")
A SIMILAR I'l.AV OF QUALITY' OF "THE BKAT"
"Shall il  Hum live Tn<> Lives.  While u  Woman  iiiukI
Stand or Fall h) One".
"Sllflnlil ii Wniniiiis Life mul Conduct lie Judged lij 11
IMstlnetlv llil't'erenl Code of Ivlhles from a ManV... .
?
Spend Your
HOLIDAY
at the
Lake Side
And take a bathing suit
along and enjoy yourself. We have a large
assortment  ol Women's
Men's and Childrens to
choose from
WaiMi Weather Wearables
Ol all kinds arc  here for your   choosing-  While
Canvas Shoes. Light Hosiery   Underwear
Men's Panama   Hats.   Trousers   Sport and
Negligee Shirts
See   the  bargain  Counters   in   the   Ladies
Department on Saturday
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada. Limited
Ofllce. Smelting tnd Refining Department
TRAIL.   BRITISH COLUMBIA
SMELTERS   AND   R E F I .>f E fi S
PPBCBA8EB8 OF OOLD, gUTEE, COPFIB, LEAD AUD II.1C OKM
TABANAC BRA.VD PIO LBAD.  BLUESTON'E.   SPELTER t COPPER
Till': FOLLY OK INDISCRETION
Not a While Slave or a Sensational Hlay.
Nothing Uisque.
"A |ilnj In eiisl nnd i|iiiilily of "The llrnl". The lienl pop.
nlnr |irlriMl show I'rer seen here".
.1. II. Mi'Kenzie, Mini Hirer, Ill-Art Theatre. Wijlnirii.
,     Not Picture.*   -   Summer Prices
i
SLATS NOW SKLL1MI AT MAIN I LOOH 7«C nnd #1.110
llnleoii)' Klrsl Hon' "ie. Iliiliinee .111.'.
NOTHING lIllillEH
EJyW1   »ilW)' mtlltii m»eX' *s*t\lt m<W»' w */>»■
Vlr-U
Helps
teeth.
breath.
appetite.
digestion.
Sealed tight H-eot right
"Give It to me,
please. Grand-
daddy."
"Why Bobby, if
you wait a bit
for it you'll
have it to enjoy longer!"
"Poo-poo! That's
no argument wtth
WRIGLEVS
'cause the flavour
lull, anvwavl"
-After every meal PACK  POUR      »'
THE CRANWIOOK HERALD
THURSDAY, JUNB 20TH, 1918
DISTRICT NEWS
I man with tin1 hot) killing weeds in the' Vol
i garden, and paying his Increased tax-i bio
■ es promptly. tit
you are right Mabel, it wns Bob-
hums thnt said, tlilh Mlxtie Mox-
ineer iintch poich condition.
IH IL RIVKK NOTES
J. Sturgeon was arrested by Coa-
Btable Man in on Wednesday last on a
charge ot being drunk nnd disorderly.
Trial waa held in the police station on
Wednesday evening and Sturgeon wns
fined $10.00 and costs.
George Tallin was fined $50.00 and
costs under Hit- Probltlon Act on June
18th.
Mr, George Thasher spent a few
days jn Pernie this week.
Mrs. Tom Brjta made a flying trip
to Cranbrook nn Thursday.
Mr ami Mrs. Brock 10. Mark IU, Mrs.
Alex Ral tory and .Mr. P, P. Herlc motored io Jarfray on Prldny
Mr Jack Uahl was ordered to report
for Miutan duty m Victoria on Wed- P
nesilay   last
Mr jack Hamilton has received his
discharged from the army ana arrived
homo on Wednesday last,
Owing lo the high water part of the J
roud between Bull Hlver und War-
dner has been flooded, t'onseqi'eutly
we have had to turn back to "Ye Oldc
Tyrae" stage via horses aud buggies.
A remnrk was passed to the effect J
that "Caro' were nice alright, but tl
seemed pretty good to ride In a buggy
again".
Mr, and Mrs. Jack MacTavlBh and
Miss Hilda Baton motored to Moyle on
Saturday.
Contractor M. Edmunds
with Miss L*:. May Boo
Roosevilli Sunday.
and Family
motored  to
Capt, Ima Nntt, one of the Canadian misfits deported from Kngland pas
sed through Klko on hiss way to the
Coasl last week.
The Indians on Tobacco Plains are |
giving a frontier day celebration July
1st lo Gill, :-.i the Indian Village near
Flagstone.
Miss Bessie Pye of Pernie Teaching staff was in Klko Sunday the guest
of Mrs. AJex Itirnie, Aberdeen Collage.
Alex 1 I'islier. M. P. P. passed
through Klko Saturday going ih-.'ough
Hie town like an old maid running
from a dog light, wills tl fog, "where
nre my friends of yesterday.
ISlKs s •ui. bought n pure bred Per*
cheron Stnllton tor IiIb big Ranch ut
Roosevllle al High River lasl week.    !
General Spral Sardine of Vancouver Scrubmartnos passed through Klko
on tin- cushions this week, going east
inn not far.
Pred Roo is Deputy Registrar v/Ith
two assistants fro the old ills'role
burg of Klko.
It was Nero that fiddled while Rome-
was burning, and George Schittpe the
KJko Fire Warden that joy rides the
Government Officials if Victoria over
the senlc roads In this Hyacinth tinted
and picturesque valley, that drive artist mad with joy. whHe the bush fires
art raging.
tissue. It takes only a few daya to.
have a whole flock denned out. Ab-[
Bolute cleanliness is the best proveutt-:
tlve,
im: \ni of .iim Mcdonald
Weu|  overseas as Second in Command of First Pioneers
tonal    i"    Hn
Knit
Miss  Bac   Strutltors
ranbrook on Saturday
was   visiting
Ml.si
spent
here.
Coldrey  or  Pernh
ust   vlalting   frlond
The Kootenay Centrul Local has
resumed its old run again on Monday. The train has'nt been running
owing lo the many washouts along
the line uud ihe precarious conditions
Of ihe bridges.
Mrs, Stoncburg arrived home from
the St. Kugene Hospital on Monday.
ELKO  NOUS  BY  YllVA)  BOO
Mrs. Fred Wlldman of Morrlssey
drove to Klko this week and visited
wltii Mrs. A. J. Mott.
George Schupe, Government Fire
Warden moved to Klko this week from
Waldo.
Frod Roo was down to Roosviiie ami
Flagstatie last week anil took a run
across the Mm lo get a few pointers
on the conservation of food in Hie V.
S A. and now he thinks with thousands of others that the Union Government is the biggest Joke that ever happened in the Dominion of Canada. The
Calgary papers are calling the turn,
ami Its the same all over the Dominion. The true patriot tlicw days iy tlie
^ECZEMA
Come In and we will tell you something about whnl I). I). 1). Prescription made In the tl. I). D. Laboratories
of Toronto, has accomplished in your
own neighborhood. Your money baek
unless the first  bottle relieves you.
Now here's to the Kaiser, the Limbur-
ger riieese.
May  Hie swell  1"  Ills  head, go'way
down to hiss knees,
.May he break bis neck over the Hin-
denburg Line.
And go to hell croaking Hie Watch on
the  Rhine.
Jack Wallace the Kditor ot the Fern-
k Proe Press is creating unite nn excitement in the Conl City with his
qiliers T'."ings we'd like to know
every week".
Ham Wilkinson admits that be has
prospered since lie nettled in Elko
coining here single young man, now be
is married with six children, twins
arriving last week, two boys.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Lockwood of Golden, motored down to Newgate, calling
at Kootenay points and through the
Roosviiie Valley.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Downs and family
returned from Clare iholm, Alberta to
Downsvllle, Roosevllle Valley, where,
Mr. Downs is operating a sawmill.
Canada Pood Board,
"This means you"
If D fast, I! beat, U boats
If V feast, U boats, beat 11.
Mr and Mrs Tom Letcher and two
daughters of the Square Deal Ranch,
Roosevllle ValJey motored to Elko on
Sunday,
No "Mabel" the Union Government
will never be reelected to power again
HEAD LICE 13 CHICKENS
The chicks should be gone over for
lice—the head lice are the worst. If
lhe brooder .and the surroundings arc
kept clean as possible there should noj
be much fear of head lice, Should they
appear, however, an application ol'
ointment of some klud should he used
ul once. If tills Is not available, use
vaseline, olive oil or sulphur and lard,
Kvcry head will liavo lo be gone over
tun! the treatment will have to be re-
peatetl In a week. It Is a troubles* me
task to go over several hundred young
chicks, but It must be done, each
head by itself. Bub the paste well Into
the scalp around the ears. Some use
coal oil, but is toe severe mid has
been known to kill the ohtcaa about as
quickly as lice. Head lice In chicks are
sometimes hard to locate. The chicks
may bo listless, getting thin wings
down, leathers ruffled, and dying off
one by one. Upon examining the heads ;
one' can see nothing running around
und ull appears is what looks like
young feathers sprouting out of the I
bead. To make sure that thej are!
there, take some of the ointment and
apply thoroughly to the head. Put the
Chick in a box and examine in n few
minutes time. The young feathers will
be gone and the large bodied lice will
be running for their lives, lhe "feathers" were abdomes of the lice, Hit-
head and rest of the bodies being
buried into the heads eating away the
After battling valiantly lor his life
for several weeks against heavy odds
Lieut.-Colonel James Alexander Mac-
donnell, D. S. O. known eveywhere
as "Big Jim" died Sunday at Hot
Springs, Arkansas, brining to a close;
one of tie moBt striking careers
of any Canadian citizen and soldier, j
Colonel Macdoiinell was undergoing
treatment at the southern health ro-|
sort when a change for the worse j
occurred ami a message was sent his!
wife hero, Mrs, Macdoiinell left a
week ago and arrived at Hot Springs
Wi'dnesday night, sending back word
that tho cojonel wus vory low and
only conscious at Intervals. She still
hoped lor the beet hut lu spite of'
every efforl the end came yesterday,!
"Big Jim" Macdoiinell took a keen
Interest iu military affairs aud long
before war was declared waa actively
engaged  in   solilh ring.      He  was the;
first   i orary   colonel   of  the  72nd,
Sooforlh llinghlamlers. In llll.'* he
was serving as iniarteriiiastor with the
Llth C. M. R. ami a little Inter went!
overseas with tin First Pioneers as
second in Command. He served in;
Prance with this crack corps for:
nearly a year and was made a lieu-!
tenant-colonel and decorated with the I
Distinguished Service Order. In
January, 1917, he went to England,!
where he remained for six months,1
returning then to Canada, His health [
was badly undermined and several!
months ago lie went to Hot Springs
for treatment. Little change was j
noted for several weeks, but be grad-1
ually began to sink, until the end
came Saturday.
The deceased soldier was known
far and wide. All over British Colum
biu, he had a host of friends. He was
a contractor, engineer, rancher, and
miner, turning his hand io development work whenever the opportunity
presented Itself. He was one of the
engineers on tlie famous spiral tunnel at Field.
Lieut-Colonel Macdoiinell was born
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YOU, too, should study this mark of
good travel.    Firestone Tires are
dependable; built for wear and tear of
all kinds.
The Non-Skid letters hold the car true
in all weathers and the Firestone "extras"
of material and building insure long
wear, which means lowest cost
Cranbrook Saddlery Co.
Cranbrook, B. C.
Vulcanizing done nn our promlaea
Firestone Tin & Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio, U.S. A.
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WATER  NOTICE
(Diversion  und  Use)
TAKE NOTICE Hint Henry E.
Sainsbury whose address Is Criui-
broo, B. C. v/lll apply for a licence to
take and use One Second Foot of
water ont of Unnamed I.:ike on Lot
11544.
The water will be d.'verted from tbe
stream at a point about 20 Chains
East of the Ncrtli-Wost Corner ot
Lot 10353 and will be used for Domestic and Irrigation pnrpose rpon
tbe Land described ns Lot 10363.
This notice was posted on thJ
ground on lie 12th day of June 1918.
A copy of this notice and nn application pu.'smint thereto and to the
"Water Act, 1914." wll' bo filed In
the office of the Water Recorder nl
crnbrook, H. c.
Objections in iho application may
Im filed with lhe said Wnttr Recorder
or with Hie Comptroller of Wiliu
inra, 11. ('. w|hln thirty iloya nf'or the
rirm appenritni r ibis notion In n
local   ui'!v.|,a|KT.
Henry Ed, Sainsbury,   Applicant,
The dale if the llrtl publication
lllls  nolle,.   |g  Mill  of Jinn   IIIIK
„l
, GET VOUR I'AI.MOTIVi: SOAP
FREE
With eacli box Knee Powder, Jar of Vanishing Cold Cream.
WE GIVE 2 Il.tllS PAI.MOnVi: SOAP FREE!
FREE
Cranbrook Drug & Book Co.
Day Phone 74 Nigh! Plume 8KB
IV.J.AIiEIIISOiV.Mgr
in tlie Utile town of St. Mary's, Ontario Corporation of lhe City of Cranbrook
NOTICE  TO  JITNEY   DRIVERS.
tario. on May S, 1861, and was the
spn of It. .1. and Juliet Macdonnell. He
wns educated nt St. Thomas, Ontario
and while still a hoy took tip the work
nf engineering, being enjrngprt with the
C. P. It. In construction work along
the north shore of Lake Superior,
He came In British Columbia In 1888
and entered farming, lurnhig later to
mining and eventually back to his
first profession, engineering. All over
tlie Western provinces he was engaged
in railroad htilliiing.
"lllg Jim" Macdonnell was a splendid type of citizen, a heroic soldier and
a true friend. His overseas record
rountkd out a busy and useful life. He
leaves to mourn ills loss ills wife and
Notice is hereby given to those who
are plying Motor Cars for hire within the City I.inrts that unless a
License in that behalf is taken out
on or before July 1st. 191S instructions
will be given to tlie Chief of Police to
prosecute   such  offenders.
BY  ORDER OE THE COUNCIL.
Crnnbrook, B. C.
June lllh.1918.
22-2t
I
HATIIt MITII K
llllel-sliia, und IN.'
i   Take   Notice Hint   i'. li.   Qarrott,
j whose address  Is Crunbrook,  11. C,
will apply fur u licence to lake und
' use one second loot of water out of
New Luke and Dickson Creek lu Lot
j 8914, which flows north easterly und
j sinks.    The   water   will   bo   dlvert-
j ul   from   the   stream   at   a   point
I ut lake in L, 8916 or at spring in L.
! 8914, and will be used for Domestic
; and irrigation purpose upon the land
j described as western half of L, 5248.
This noliee was posted on the ground
' on tile 24th day of April, 1918,   A copy
of this noliee and an application pursuant thereto and to the "Water Act,
1914," will be filed in the office of the
Water Recorder nt Cranbrook, B, C.
Objections lo the application may be
filed with the said Water Recorder or
with the Comptroller of Water Rights,
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B. C,
within thirty days after tlie first appearance of this  notice  In  a  local
newspaper.    The  date  of  the   first
publication of this notice Is April 2li,
1918.
C. B.  GARRETT, Applicant
I,A*J1> ACT
I'rankrook Land District
lllslrlrt of Kast Kimtenay
TENDERS  EOR  COAL.  B.C.
Seald    Tinders  addressed  to  the
undersigned   .and  endorsed  "Tender
iwo  sons, ihe lalter aged  five and  ror Conl for tli Dominion Buildings,
twelve   yenrs.—Vancouver  World.
Tlie Lice-
Liquid Was*
Cranbrook Drug & Book Co.,
Cranbrcok, B. C.
WANT ADS.
Till- STAR SECOND HAM) STORK
List of Bargains this week;-
cash Kt'Rlster. National,, Registers
up tn $10,00. cost $110.00 bargain al
$40.00.
Set of Diction's workn 25 volumes
dost $82.00 fur $12.01),
Buffet-
$35.00
Bolltl mik oosl $65.00 bargain
LOST.-.    Slip over cover  Tor auto-
f mobile liootl, brown shade, return to
.1.  Armour  fur reward.
POR s,\Ui*-.- Young Plga eight weeks
(ihi.   Apply Pred t'lurk. Wycllffe.
U Willi   Nairn-  I HMUHlii.  Apply Mrs I*' w (in-ill lUtt
WANTED—0  Dark    Mission    Oak
Dining Chairs, Cheap for cash.
POR BALE:-   One only loft, pure-
dred     Yorkshire   Boar   Pig. $12.00
wilb    papers,    apply   A.  If. Smith,
Cranbrook, B. C,
t'OIC   BALE —KItchCM   range,   with
hot water front, in good condition,
Apply Ilenilil Office.
FOR BALK CHEAP—A small fur-
mice suitable for 5 or 6 roomed house.
Apply to Box 645, Cranbrook.     20-31
POR SALE . Peerlens Mangle and
Washing Machine also Kitchen Range,
will burn coal or wood, -condition as
now.   Apply Herald Office.
CAN   jour   l-Vult   and   Vegetables.
meat or fish, by Ibe Steam Pressure
System. Send for Catalogue and
prices of Home and Commercial dinning Plants. Bqulpmont Dept., Vancouver island Fruit Lands, Limited.
Belmont nidg, victoria, n c,
POUND   DISTRICT
ACT
Whereas under provision of this
Act, application has been made to tlie
to constitute as a Pound District that
portion of the Bull Hlver District In
the County of Kootenay comprised
Starting at tho north-east corner at
'lie Canadian Pacific Railway Company's dam on Bull Hlver south to
the corner of the road lunnlng from
Bull River. B. C to Douglnss' ranch
thence in a southerly direction along
•aid road to ihe road running from
Bull Rlveer, U. C, to Wardner, B.C.
thence In a soulhrly direction along
s;iid road one mile more or ieBs to
the Kootenay River, thence in a
northerly direction along the tast
hank of the Kootenay River to the
Bull River, thence in an easterly
direction along the south bank of
Hull River to the point of commencement.
Notice is hereby glveen thnt, thirty
days after tlie publication of this
nol ice. 1 be I ,loutenont-Oovernor in
Council will proceed to comply with
said time objection la made hy eight
proprietor!', within such proposed
pound  district, in Form. "A
Province of British Columbia", will
l>i- received ut the office of Wm.
Henderson Resident Architect, until
July 3rd 1918, for the supply of coal
lor tlie Pubjlc Buildings throughout
t'io r.ovtnee of British Columbia
Combined specification and form
of tender can be obtained at this
office, from th* Resident Architect
Dominion Bulldngs Victoria, and the
Superintendent Dominion Buildings,
Vancouver, B. G.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on tlie printed forms supplied,
and signed with their actual slgna
tures.
Each tender must ht accompanied
hy an accepted cheque on a chartered
hank, payable to the order nf the
Minister of Public Works, equal to
10 p.c. of the amount of the tender.
Rv   order,
R.   C.   DESROCHERS.
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa.  June  6th,  1918.
22 21
Schedule t°thesnld Act, totheundor-
signed.
E. D. Barrow, Minister of Agriculture.
Department  of Agriculture,
Victoria. B. C.
May  28th.,  1018.
Cranbrook   School   Board.
TENDERS    POR   KALSOMININQ
Tenders    will be    received by the
undersigned up to noon on Thursday
June  the  20th   for  kalsomintng  the
of the; oiass rooms of the Central and South
Corporation of tli
NOTICE   TO
Clly c.r Cranbrook
TAX   PAYERS.
The attention of tiio Tiut Payers is
drawn  to Ilia large t'i* ount
10 U.006V/I10  pay tin Ir taxes on
befoe  June  tlie BOth,    This  discount 1
Ward Schools.   Separate tenders are
in he made as follows
(A)    Central    School:-  Pirst    floor
Class  Rooms.
(B    Centra] School:- Second floor
■Class Rooms.
(C>    South     Word    School    Claps
Rooms,
The successful Tende^r will be
expected io give an undertaking thai
Mu work will he completed before
the expiration of the coming holiday
I     The
loweesl    or any    tender nol
necessarily  accepted.
amounts  to om
amount      levied,
$10.00 discount 1
of $60, 00.
Cranhrook, R. C.
June   llth.   1!
Ot die total
Tl. it is io say
nl towed on u 'levy!
M   ROBERTS,       I"
City Clerk. I
Cranhrook   It   (
June  Ktili.
ROBERTS
Secretary
NO ALUM
baking
POWDtf,
WATER NOTICE
inversion and I'm*
Take Nottci that Basil llulkol whose
address Is Raker Post Ofllce, will apply
for a license tn tuke and use fill Acre
feet of water out of Ha HA Creek.
which flows South East and drains Into Kootenay River about Wardner
Station,
The water will he diverted from
the stream at a point about 2fi chains
v'irt)i of the Northern Boundary Line
of Jot 12241 and will he used for irrlcn
tion nnd Domestic purpose upon tbe
Land described aa Lot 12241, O. K. D.
This notice was posted on th"
groilnd on the 17th day of June, 1918.
A copy of this notice and application pursuant thereto and to the
"Water Act, 1914" will be tiled In the
ofllce of the Water Recorder «t Cranhrook. Objections to tlie application
may be filed with the said Water Recorder or with the Comptroller of
Wafer RiehtB. Parliament Building*
Victoria, B. C, within thirty days after the flist appearance of this notice In a local newspaper. Tho date of
the first publication of this notice ts
June 21st, 1918.
BASIL BULKOT  AffUnftl
Take notice thnt Harry Ryniell of
Kitchener, occupation Labourer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:-
Commcncing at a post planted pt the
S. E. corner of lot 3903; thence south
20 chains; thence east 20 chains;
thence north 20 chains; thence west
20 chains to place of commencement,
containing 40 acres, excepting therefrom the right of way of the Canadian
Pacific Railway Company.
Harry Rymell. Applicant
Date, 1st of May, 1918.
Date of first publication May 30, 1918
21-9t
NOTICE
Land   Registry   Act
In the Matter of an Application tor
the Issue of a duplicate Certificate ot
Title to Lots S, ti, 17, 18 und 19. block
23 and lots 13, 14, 15. 16, 17, 18 and 19,
block 34 of a subdivision of lots 30
and 32. Group 1, Cranbrook Estate,
Kootenay District, rPovince of British
Columbia, Map 1124,
Notice is Hereby Given that it is my
intention to Issue at the expiration of
one month after the first publication
hereof a duplicate of the Certificate
of Title to the above mentioned lots
in the name of Joshua H. Greaves,
which Certificate Is dated the 10th day
of December 1913 and numbered
2028-1.
Dated nt the Land Registry Ofllce at
Nelson. B.C., this 21sl day of May.
1918.
E. S. STOKES,
District  Registrar.
Date of first publication, May 80th,
1918. %l-9t
NOTICE
POUT STKKI.K TOWNSITR
NOTICE in hereby given by the 1111
ih-rsigned, acting und. r ilu> provisions
of (hf Highway Act Amendnii'iil Act,
1917. that Norlh Star Avenue, Port
Steele Townsile, from the Soiitbwesi
boundary lin-. of Rocky Mountain Avium- to ihe north oast boundary line
of (lalhralth Avenue, is hereby discontinued and closed lo 1 ruffle, and sixty
Ilx feet nit! ft.) adjoining to tlie south
of the said North Slur Avenue Ih open
to truffle In lieu thereof, lu accordance with plan registered at the Land
Registry Ofllce, Kamlonpc.
J. II. KINO,
Minister uf Public Works.
Victoria, B. C, 20th May, 1918      21-fit
NOTICE
OP
OP     DISSOLUTION
PARTNERSHIP
Notice In hereby given that the
partnership heretofore existing between the undersigned as Insurance
Agents In Cranbrook, 11. C. has this
day been dissolved hy mutual consent.
All depts owing to the partnership
are to be paid to J. A. Arnold at his
office and all claims against snld
partnership are to be presented to
the said J, A. Arnold by whom the
same will be settled.
Dated at Cranbrook. B. C. this 13lh
day ot June 1918.
Witness.   W. A. Nlsbet.
J. A. Anold.
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