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Array I'ruvlncl.l Library Mar ai-iij
THE NATIONAL ADVERTISEB
KNOWS THE BEST MEDIUM-
HE PATHON1ZESTHEHEBALO
IHE CRAN BROOK HERALD
A PAPEB FOK I Hi: HOMf-
IHE DITEBESTS OJ CKA-I*
11K00K   EOKEMOSI     vLWAYS
VOLUME    21
CltAMIROOK, B. C, THUKf-DAY, JAM WHY 22, 1030
OF
POSTMASTER   HENDERSON
HAS   ItESH-NEIH   MAV
SUCCEEDED HV 11
NMEIN POLICE
in
<ii-i
'OUI-
STILL
nm iiauIj is  made  xoj
PAH  FROM  CITV   NEAR
Till:  HENNETT   RANCH
whole OUTFIT AM)
MOONSHINE  IS  am HIED
i    Postmaster  J.  B,   Henderson,  who]
| has been  in  tbo  service  here  tor a]
| iiniuhe,. of years, has resigned and ill
j is reported be will be succeeded in '
I tbe position by Mrs. Henderson,
!    Longthy  petitions  have  been   sent j
! to Ottawa bearing the names of many
: business people requesting that Mrs. j
Henderson, w-ho Is  eminently  well-
lltted to llll tbo position bo given the
ap.i>oht'tmciit.
H. 1). Wilson of tho Ferule jumt-
nillce waa requested lo como bore and
tako charge until such Mine aa an
nppolntmonl was mode and be Ih in
charge at tho prooont tlrao, Mrs. Han-
derson   boliug  noting  postmistress.
Chin' nl' PoIIh* Attains Locntttd
(hr "Works" mul Spoiled
>Io..llslller\   (Jnillr
Poultrymen Hold
Annual Meeting
ASSUMES   CHIEF   HE    HAS
BACKING   AMI  ORDERS
HIM TO GET lU'SY
TIN HORNS AMI LAW
VIOLATORS  LOOK OCT!
One Poolroom Ordered Closed
Immediately—Extra   Constable Employed
\i. t at Bomo •   m
nii&sioners about.
He said he hpd tried to secure the
assistance of -ome "spotters" here
last week In • onnection with tbe illicit sale of llq-.or, bul had tailed
Commissioner Shankland enquired
of tbe chief if bo did not thing an occasional raiil irould help, the chief
replying ho thuughl it would, bul before procoodlni; be must under tbe
act give his regions fur making a rald
to tbe magistrate and proi d according to law.
t'unimlssioiu.     j3haukh-u-i   - "Vou
Por sometime Chief of Police  Elect Officers and Will (Jet Active tn
P. Aifctms hus luul suspicions
there wns a still somewhere in ;
this vlcinty from which bootleggers   were   securing   their
the  Work  oi the Organization
—¥.. T. Cooper is President
nave them nott- e lo move, Booetlme
i :iko. did you not, cad wasn't it sue-
1 CMSful?'
,    Chief Adaiiin—-"Vu i, excepting those
; nictnioned."
j Commissioner Balmont mentioned a
placa where it was rumorod young
i pi c\ple gathorod tor Immoral purpoBOSi
j Commissioner Shankland Btathig that
he believed ibe commlBfilou itood for
backing up the chief In lhe strict en-
i forcemeat Of the law
. Commissioner Shankland enquiro l
: of tbe chief of police If the pool room
j by-law was being lived up to, the
i chief replying he thought it ivub. "Ho
: ihey  play after midnight," enquired
Tbe annual meeting of the Cranbrook Poultry Association was held
in the mayor's office In the City hall
Tesday evening, and while the ut-;
tendenco wns not large lonalderablo
Interest was manifested by the poultrymen present and Increased nrltv-!
'fjy In the work of tho organization ■
\->:il toko place henceforth.
The following officers wen  elected
for lhe year V..2H:
Hon. Prosiednt—Wm, Harvey.
Hon Vlce-Pensldont—A. M. Beattie,
Waldo.
President—E. T. Cooper.
Vice-President—J. Qartsldo.
Secretn ry-Treasrer— J  C.  Kelly.
Members of the Exectlve Committee—R. J. Harbison, P. C. Hoblnson.
W. Harris. H. Wliite. J. Johns nnd K. ■
A. McPhee.
A reglar monthly meoWng will be  p,,j,,,..  n;r
held  In  the Council Chamber at  the   ][fi   wanted
City ball on the first Tuesday of every month.
If   "plans   <:|>   not   miscarry   Cran
brook  in   the future  will  be  an   un
; healthy  place   for those who  hav<
(little regard fur ihe laws of tbe laud, j Commissioner Shank Ian
!    Tbe new  Police commission, com-j curtains drawn?"
'posed of His Worship Mayor Genest i     Chief Adams—"Th,.- b.
1 and Alderman Balmont and ex-Alder- j lived up to,   Copies of t
"Al
ibi
ed to meet on the First Tuesday of
oacii month at S p.m.
Mayor Genest said ho felt that bis
first duty sbolil be to advise thc chief
"f police ns to what would be expected
of him. "Wc will look to you to see
that tho law is enforced," said tiie
mayor.   He told tbe chief tbo regu-
BUpply of "poison.'
Recenty the chief decided he
had the proper "dope," ami at
once held a conference with
the Northwest Mounted Police
here.
Following out the directions
communicated to them by the
chief, whose jurisdiction would
not permit of his undertaking
the job, Corporal Armitage, iu
charge of a squad of the motilities swooped own upon the illicit "mill*" which wag located
on the northwest slope of Ma
Ha Mountain near the ranch
ot* Gus Johnson near Wardner.
When the motilities put iu
an appearance they noticed a
dog had been set loose at the
ranch and broke for a point
across a small lake, it being
presumed the dog was intended to give au alarm to the operators of the -still.
Tliis proved correct but the
motilities were too speedy for
the "moonshiners'* and two of
whatever number had been operating the still, (Jus Johnson
and Marry Burnett, were captured and brought to this city
Friday and placed in the1 city
jail.
One of the men attempted
to get away but when he ran
a mountie gave chase and he
was commanded to halt or he
would be shot, and evidently
thought the best thing to do
would be to obey and after going a short distance gave up.
Saturday the Iwo were taken
before Magistrate Leask, who
assessed a fine Of $800,00 and Council chambor of the city hall on  tind Impartial, Commissioner Balmont
only
j posted in the poolrooms
Several places came under discuBt
mnn Shanltlnnd, the latter elected
a commissioner at the recent muni-,
clpal election, met  in special session
In tbe council chamber in the city hall i Ion and will come In for some iitten-
Tuosday evening. tlou Immediately.
There was nlso present Hev. Lee of Chief Adams mentioned tlie placo of
the Methodist church, Chief of Police ; a man named Burnett, operated oppo-
Adanii-. , site tbe C.P.R, depot ami Commission*
Tbe first business was flxlnd a date, er Shankland wanted to know If It
for tin* holding of tho regular meet- j was nol within the powers of tho
ings, and on motion of Commissioner board to dose c'te place Immediately.
Shankland il  was unanimously deoid-1     Mayor  Genest   cautioned   the  com
MM BE ft
lit
K.   W.   BEATTY,
.1
mlS-sioners again nol lo go to extremes; If there Ih n violation warn
tho offender. "Who of us who aro
trying to stick close to tho lino but
fail sometimes, Those gambling and
selling booze should be dealt with,
as tho law directs."
President of the Canadian Pat
essage contains much good ad
The following wns a Now year's
contribution to Lhe "New Vorii Sun"
b> Mr, 13, \V. Bontty, president of Lhe
Canadian   Puctflc  Itnllwny Company:
"With ovary now year we usually
resolve to turn over a new leaf.
"If there is lo be any worn ral res-
be carried out and that, nilssioners somo notice posted on the  Continent
Farmers Here
May Join li. F.
Executives of the Institute and l'n-t
Kootenay Stockbreeders Trans,
net  Business Saturday
A aw   arranged   ou   Saturday   afternoon  last, by the respective oxecu*
and
ts  of the  Farmers'  Institute
Bast Kootenay Stockbreeders' As-
iation, n meeting was held In tbe
pen hook; Hint he
was not expected to go from extreme
to extreme; uso common sense. "Vou
know as well as 1 do there are things
which should not exist, Make a city
In which every woman aud man will
feel is a lit one iu which to live."
"Don't act on beresay. Unless you
have the evidence, we do not expect
you to proceWP*
Commissioner Shankland said that
It was quite evident from the result
of the polling law enforcement was
expected.
Commissioner Balmont snld be did
not wanl to see any halt-way move;
"I for one want to see this done. I
am a strong prohibitionist and want
to see things closed up tight"
Mayor Genest, who is chairman of
the bonrd. said lie wanted to be fair
Chief Adams exhibited to the com-j olutlon made by tho North American
tho year. It might
well bo In the direction of thrift, for
for the lirst after-the war years are
causing natural concern to those who
remember Uie financial panics which
havo always closed similar periods of
careless spending.
"Tho extravagance noted by every
recent -visitor from Kurope to this
continent synchronises with condition;    of   actual   starvation  affecting
(Continued on Page Five)
, tl. FOKt.M KltS AM»
COMPANIONS   HOLD  HEEDING
.MAV
ORGANIZE RATEPAYERS'
ASSOCIATION   IIKRK   SOON
Monday at 1.80.
A, B- Smith presided and tht
lOnlondlOg that only one tiling was
o bo done and th: t was to "close
"As  far us the Prohibition
concerned, the chief of police
thority to keep a check on the
has
eosts, ihe men pleading guilty.
Thoy were not represented by
any legal talent. tendance was very small, due to the down
The entire works, a rather Inconvenient hour nnd tho short no-
criidc still, made of one-inch ties given members,
ordinary galvanized pipe in a J. M. Humphrey, ol Malakown, B.C.,
SUgar barrel, with the lieces- addressed the meeting on behalf of
forming a branch of the United Farmers of B c, nml with a view to
linking up with the Canadian Conn-
ell   of   Agriculture
Only twelve being present, It was
considered HnadvlF|tblo Lo orgtwlxc,
but » motion was passed unanimously tha t Uio executives of the Stock-
brecders and Farmers lake stops io
un ailltlatiou  with the United Farm-I •» the same manner aa older ones.
. ors of D. C, at tbelr next Joint meet- j    Mayor Genes! fell it wns not neces-
; sary for them to he hailed into court;
v. i warn them.thnt should be sufficient. "I
sary connections, as well as a
good-sized cask of the moonshine whisky tlie bunch were
making, was brought  in.
This will have to be destroyed and as well, tho still, and
Chief Adams will carry out this
pari of ihe work of suppressing illicit making of booze at
once.
The  two  men  arrested  paid
their  fines  and   were   released ing.
and returned to their ranch. Following li
Chief Adams is of lhe opin- ecuttve,
ion the pool room of Alex KM-     A. H. Pyle, Cmnbr.
llnni,  owned   by   Blirdett,   one O, B. Fleming WyclifT
of the moonshiners,  was the dent and
distributing place for the Stuff.   Secretary
The mount! d men arc to be
complimented for the success
ful manner In which they se
cured the si ill and the operat
ors.
i li.|iior bundled liy the dm--, stores. I
presume you will give him orders to
do this Immediately."
The mayor paid "wv musi go slow.
The first hhlng should be to try and
keep children and young boys home."
1 Chief Adams spoke as to the hand I-
, cap tbo department was Buffering
! from in not having a juvenile ileton-
' Hon placo; tbo bo\ did not permit
! of youthful  offenders being handled
The local branch of tbe A. O. For-'
i esters and the Compantones held a;
| social evening Tesday evening at Uio]
: Maple ball,  wi.en   a  vetfy  enjoyable'
time waa spent In whist nnd dancing.}
j    The qndrllles  were a notable foa- j
turo of the dancing, nnd ft i-; well I
twtorth a visit to the Foresters socials
to s'-e a properly conducted old-time.
square dance.
Mrs. PnntllUg officiated at tho piano and Mr. W. Henderson wns floor
manager,        Dainty     refreshments
■ were served the guests.
i MAY SECURE HU. MIDWAY j so
ATTRACTION FOR THK MAY       to
^YENTY.FOCH  CELEBRATION
,    ..I'M" IS RAGING IN CHICAGO
Chief of Police Percy Adams of the 	
Great War Veterans' committee hnv- CHICAGO, III., January 21.—New
Ing lu charge tho arrangements for cases of the "flu" are reported at the
ijio program for ibe celebration  on j rate of 50 per hour hero today.
May  24th,  arrived   home   from   SpO-  .■»■» *—
katie Monday evening Where be went'    _       ■•****
to secure. If possible, a midway nnd j
other attractions for the May 21th
celebration to be held here.
The chief was delighted  with thej
prospects he ban  of securing  somo]    '
excellent   attractions   for   the   occas-
iiic Railway, whose New  Vear
lee for the pi ople of Canada
miHimi- of people lu Kuropi Itself
who fought for freedom only to die
for lui k ol food
"This extravagance has been made
possible, al least In part by th* heavy
purchases madu undet stress of war
by European naUons "ii this contl-
u-'iit. li ret n sents the ex] ■•ndliure
■ i' uuexj ected profits, which ar< be-
nig dissipated instead f placed In re-
serve for ;i rainy day.
"In this <>rgy ol extravagance Canada i- Just as great ,i sinner as the
United States. In the last few
utieks Canadians l.u\o been penalized
t" some extent f->i their uncurbed
purchase of American made luxuries
b> on adverse exi hange, what the
( p..,.aliy io be paid by the United
j States will be. remains to te seen."
PROVINCIAL sM'KITtRY OF
RETAIL   MKIM HANTS   HERE
li i-; understood -* Kate pa yer.-' Association, n similar organization to
the Ratepayers' As sodlattons In (x-
Istenco in other parts of the Province,
will be organized In Cranbrook at an
early date.
It Is bell'evd by many that tbo association would bo a great assistance
to tbe municipal bodies.
The Cranhrook Retail Merchants'
Association ' el : a well-attended
meeting in the ' Its ill last even-
Ing.the gathering being called to dear
Secretary for Uie Province of B C,
G. S, Houghom, formerly of Cranbrook. wli    i- on s v ur.ci the Prov
ince, .oh
xreitnizat-
ions reagrdlng matters of Importance
to the members
Mr.   H" *-. ni;.'     ;.'.■:.■•---   ■■ *■-   :.i«..-
ly enjoyed by all  present
ANNUAL DANCE OF
WOMEN'S INSTITI
THE
TE MARCH 3
the newly ale
It
k, President:
, Vice-  Presl-
3mIth,   Cranbrook.
RAVELLING  GALLERY OF
PHTI IMS   HERE   MONDAY
Ion.
life  sny«  considerable   interest
beinK manifested by mining men
ANNUAL DANCE OF TENNIS
(Mil   ENJOYABLE   BVBX1
Tbo Toiini.-- club held their nnnunl
danco on Thursday evening lasl In
iho Parish Hull nnd a good number
rosiHtndcd lo Uio Invitations sent out.
The nri' le was furnished by thc
Vll romp! Iruni live iploco orchestra,
and was of a high order.
Mr, Macdonald was chleflly responsible for tho arrangements and Mr.
Win 1 linger very ably took chnrgo of
the floor. The refreshment!! wer.*.
donated by the lady members of tho
club.
A pleasant feature of tbe evening
was the distribution of tbo prizes
lo the winners of the tournament by
hy Mr. 0, A, Erlckson.
INFANT SON OF MR. AND
MRS. MALONE DIED TIU'RSDAY
Tho two-days' old Infant son of
Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas Malone, who
rostdetl near here on tbe Wuttsburg
Hoard, died last Thursday al midnight at st, Bugone hospital,
Mrs. Malone, who was quite HI ((>r
a tlmo last weok end. Is now Improv-
A irHvclling gal'
{ pictures under the
i I.O.D.B., Ih expocto
' Monday  next,  and
ry  of  hJfXoTlcal
auspices ot the
1  lu  ilir  city on
will be on exhi
bition at the Presbyterian
the schoolroom, for two wi
To   ib yay   the   OXponoos
liurch in
,k».    i
n small1
linrge of admlsaton will bo made.;
adults 10c school children Be. They
will be displayed from i to a every
afternoon hnd Wftll be wrjll woit.b I
gidug to see. Every citizen should
make a point of attending this exhl-j
baton and encourage the children to
so them too,
«,,,..,   .i    i) <J, <iy ley ($v ^, ■#) 4- $. ^. <J> ^> tf, «
v COMING EVENTS '•
*•< $<&••>■'$><$>$>$><$> ty & §>'*•<$*<$•<$> <&
HAG DANCE—Ladles Auxiliary to
the O.W.V.A. In Veterans' hall Friday evening, January 23rd.
ANNUAL BALI'j—Great War Veter-
nns', February 13.
CRLBBRATION—Watch for the announcement of the 24th of Mny Second Annual Celebration.
FARMERS" INSTITUTE— Special
meetltiK in the City ball on Saturday
Januury 3L
ANNUAL DANCE- Wemiun'H InsU
tut*. Wednndsy, March 3rd.
am not asking for the impossible," he
said.
The mayor Imiulred of the chief if
a man could be fined If found under
the iniluence of liquor and tbe chief
said he could and cited Instances of
such cases being before the police
magistrate and of fines having been
Imposed,
Coramlssloor Shankland said be was
or the same opinion as Commissioner
Balmont. It would be a difficult prop-
OBltlon to flrnw the line."
Comm lesion or Balmonl Insisted that
the line could not be nrnwn.
Mayor tiencst said he did not mean
that, Com'r Ralmont retorting It
munt all he cut out nnd that tiie thing
to do was lo so Inform them,
Commissioner Shan Ulan d—"Thla Is
j satisfactory to me." the mayor acquis*
j elng.
1 Mayor Qenest--"Wo have houses In
I Cranbrook whicli . hould be abolished."
Commissioner Ralmont cited an In-
ttatico where tl bad been stated thnt
several young boys wore headed for a
cortaln district. He was under the
Impression no such district v/ns In existence. "Where I* it." enquired the
commissioner,
Alderman Shankland—Scattered all
over the town, Commissioner Ralmont
saying he believed It, but was not ln
it : osltlon to prove It.
Chief Adams nt this point ln the
discussion rend the clause covering
such questionable .places from the
criminal code and went Into details
as to hf>w the menace bud been handled by him; of wlrt hnd been accomplished und how difficult lt wm to
Spokane tn the territory In East Kootenay and that some activity may ho
looked for along these lines hereabouts.
The annual danco of tbe Cranbrook
omen':;   Institute   Will   he   hold   on
Marcli 3rd. it Is anuo-mced.
Tho Indies are noted for their hospitality In anything they arrange aud
the dance will no doubt be looked
forward to with longing by lovers
of this form of amu.:ment.
ANNUAL MEETING OF CHRIST
CHURCH  GCILD, IS  HELD
Mrs
B.   C.
TO LECTURE  HERE
H w Chalmers of Thrums
hns promised to attend tin
next meeting of the Women's Instl
tute. February 8rd, to give an ad
dress Sho will also also give an il
liwtrted lantern lecture on the Mon
■ given next week
Pariah Hal was the scene of tho
Anna! mooting of tho Guild of Christ
church on Tuesday evening. January j day evening  previous,   Full  partlcu
13th, and afctr the minutes and flnan-! bir
clal reporl bad been read by the secretary of tbo guild,  tbe ofllcors for
the  ensuing  your   were  elected  as
follows:
Hon.  President—Mrs.  J.  Paterson.
President—Mrs.  w  B  Haslam.
Vlcc-Prosident- Mr/ (J. Thompson.
See rotary-Treasurer-'Mrs.    F.    H.
Yym.
The sewing committo alas made up
of Mesdames Thompson. Hogarth and
Bird.
The Sick Committe- Will he looked
nfter hy Mesdames Miles nnd J.
Smith.
Mesdames Beale. Harrison and
Bird will form tbe executive for the
ye ar.
Mra. F. B. Miles will have charge
of tbo (lower fund
Tbo Slatervllle branch of tbe Guild
was represented by Mrs. Bird, tlie
branch, which was Inaugrated only a
short time ago, being considered an
Important adjunct to the work.
Tbo officers of tllfl Guild came in
for a vote of thanks of the members.!
Mrs. John Smith especially recelvolng
praise for her onorgetla work, to Mr.
Benle who audited tbe books.
Tea was served by Mrs. F. W.
Grew.
FORRES-ROBERTSON DARED
srilMAHLNES FOR BRENON
The sum "t $50,000 waa paid .Sir
Johnston Forbes-Robertson for bis en-
actmenl of the rob- <-t The Stranger
In his greatest success, the ..Passing
»f the Third Floor Back,'" which Herbert Brenon has transferred to the
screen Thla n markabte production
will be shown nl I ie Rex theatre today and Saturda) (t la sn exai t
transcript of the -.tory which made
Sir Johnston's name ;i household word
throughout the English - speaking
world during the elgl/l consecutve
seasom that he played It
lu order to fullll hi- contract with
Herb rl Brenon, Sh Johnston made
:: -,. lal trip ncrosi the submarine-
Infested Atlantic, und Is said to have
contrtbuti d a largo share of thc money
thai ho .-■■ i Ivi r hU work before
the camera to the >i*-i;' * Red Cross, in
whicli be i* deeply Interested
MS HOLD OF
AFFAIRS OF CITY
5IAY0H  GENEST   PRESIDES
AT INITIAL  MEETING
HOMlAV  NIGHT
COMMITTEES FOK NEW
VIAH  ANNOUNCED
Conshterublc  Uusluuss la Dig-
posed oi hy tin' Incom-*
tut:    Administration
The lirst meeting, lb< statutory or
Initial me-ting of the 1920 City Coun-
; cit, was held In tlie City ball Monday
evening, Mayor Geueat being In tlie
chair, all the aldermen with tiio ex-
•xptlou of Metscra Dunn and Bal-
m mt, being in attttidancf
M yor Genest took o cuslon to nd-
Iress ti;-' council briefly and sought
l • co-operation of th« morabors in
"■■- r to give .i goo I a (ministration
[ it was decided that thi regular
mom I; meeting ol the Council tn
the future would be held on tbe sec-
•i..i Thursday night of each month at
S o'clock
It was ordered thut all checks be
stgned by the mayor nnd city clerk.
A court of revision was named consisting of Aldermen PlonMors, Jones.
Eaktu, Dunn and Mackinnon to sit
u February '• . . 10 p.m
By-laws iT'.. isn and \\ wore read
the second time, the firsl by-law be-
Ing the temporary loan by-law. tbe
second tbe poolroom relations bylaw and the lot^ one to fix an In-
creased rate for thawing of frown
wnti r i Ipes
The Water Works committee was
a ■: ir.--.-i to take up the matter of
lhe intake at the reservoir, discussed
'■'.'■ the Old council, which body made
a recommendation to the incoming
council, and the committee was given
power to act.
T. • city **terV; was authorised to
enlist ;:.<-■ co-operation of Hon. Dr
t J H King, of the Provincial Government, member fur ("ranbrook. to lend
his sesdstaace iu securing permission
to divert **-ater from Gold Greek into
S: Joseph Creek for use in the Im-
provement of the water supply.
The Council wen*, ou record as being opposed tc the increase, of rates
; by the Cranbrook Electric Light Co.,
from the present rate of IS cents to
22 centfc per kilowatt hour, which
-Is before tbe Pubic Utilities commission '-.rA wll come up for a hearing
| soon. Tbe council will H-.-r.d In a protest to Uie commission
J 0 Spreull wi a directed to rep-
re-st-n; the council before the Public
Utilities Commission when tlie .*ues-
j tion of Increasing the rates for tei*
■ ;• ni - in Cranbrook come- before
lhe ■ ommhwl. i
Alderman Macklnon [-av*- notice ot
■■:..'■*.■....<-:.'    ..• ..    ■ ':■ r   at the
j next meeting of the council to change
tin w.iu, respecti the road tax bylaw
.     Mayor  Oneat   appointed   the tol-
I lowing  standing committees  for the
! year:
r^.uti.f
1 and Dunn
'    Board    of    Work
j Balmont and Flower*
Water Work     Messr
; klnnon and Balmont
Plre and Police - M.
; E«kln and Jonea
i    Soworage—Messr
> k!nnon and Dunn.
Health—Me-F-rs
and Dunn
The first named
!, to act u lhe chairman of tbs com
rattle*-
Mdtars    Ml- klnnon Jones
Me--:.-   Kakln.
i  Eakln, Mac-
Balmont
-    Mac-
Flcfwfars,    Janen
i f-acii coriiinltiet-
P\o*
H\\  HAVI  B1LIM II «'l  Till:
I'Rhmm ivi   i.iititMtV una:
dy reprewntatlve ol Uie id-
i ommisslon of tbe Province,
ere lai I wiyflj from Victoria
n for rod with membera of the
board and President spreull
Board nf Trad" relative to
abllshment of a branch of tbe
Is qulto probable a branch will
lir. undertabi-n hor., but the matter
will be decided at a later date when
a llni- can he had on the cost of the
proposition and also where tbe funda
will como from to m!,ke provision for
quarters and the uf-fef-ep of tho library
PAKMRKS1 INSTITUTE TO
H0I.II  A  SPECIAI  MEETIW6
A special meeting of the Farmera"
Institute has boon called for Saturday nfteTiicon. Jiiniijny 81, In tbe
Olty hall for tho purpose of deciding
whether or uot the local body will
Jolt* with tbe United Fannvri ..    .......
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Thursday, Juiiiiarj 22, 11)20
Your Next
Phonograph
Will be a
BrunswicK
Find out WAY
Can To-day
Raworth Bros.
jeiu-iers A Opticians
n.m to th.- Posiorflce
Methodist Church
Forward Movement
Local t'lmri'll Is Kiirirlnu- Aii.ncl Willi
Its Objectives in Ureal Cum-
liultiii   Big rmU'rlukluu
hi
it ti'
Na
ul
■ II     Will!     til"-    MolllOlliBl
pnlgu    of   il"'    -ii-or-
TO FARMERS
A Savings Account is like a weed —once
started you can't stop it growing. ,
Don't run risks by keeping money around
the house. Place it in a Savings Account
with this Bank, where it will always be safe.
Interest paid at current rate.
IMPERIAL BANK
OP Canada
Crnnbrook Branch, - •        B. E. Howard, Manager.
Sub-Aden-,' nt Kimlx-H-y.
Che Cranbrook Herald
published   Even   TiM.is.in>   hj
Wit.I, A. BLLET80N I* li'"'
wu.l. A. BLU3TSON, .ll; Vast. Mur.
■Willi   it   EttUHluni   WitlioiH   a
l'rl d  by  < «(""  l.	
Subscription Price £2.00 a gear
Subscription Price, U.S., $2,50 n Year
church Forward Movetnont the Cranbrook Methodist church is forging
ahead with it-- objective.*., For the
; - three tnonlliB the pastor, Rov, ll.
\v. !.!■. iiKHlmecl ->;. the laymon of Uie
church, lute nought by intonslvo work        	
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Kvorj   Sunday   since   October Inat, cttiiuxilgn   Is tho  ualng  of  "Minnie'of ihe MethodlBl churcli. while Mr. \V.
somo j)Iihpo nf the inovotnenl hn« hoen Men."   At onch servhv or meeting one IT,  Malkiu,  who  wus  the  provincial
presented, mul tlioi'o hna  boon  con- or  two  Inymoti  will glvo ;i two or clinlrnmti of tho Victory  Loan cam-
ilderable   reapoase.     The   raomlwre throe minute addross upon some part   pnlgn, 1- the chairman of Uio special
and ; dheri 11   nro bolng well BtippHod of tho campaign,   On Sunday morning  subscription committee.       ,
with literature dealing with Hi'- vnr-1 lasl   .Mr.  Q,  T.  Molr  prcseiiii.d   the .♦.
lous pliaucn of the movement. Icauao   of   "Christian   Stewardsliip,"  <,'|\i: "SVKUr OF FIGS"
Tl d objertlvoB of. tho local church whil, at nlghl Mr. W. ll. Wilson gpoko TO (.'O-NSTIPAfKU CHI. II
aro: mi tin* general outline of the movo- 	
2:. 1 it «i   Increase or church mom- ment. . Delicious "Prull Liixatlvc" Can'l Huriii
bershlp. Tho  groal   llnanclnl   tlrivo  of  the        'Pender Utile Sin much, l.ht'r
Mi enrolled Intercessors. church will be held during tho week] nml llonel^.
50 .'i,r ill. <! |iersonal workers, commencing   Sunday,   February   8th, | 	
25 per ct, increuio ln Sunday school Tho  Methodist ehurch Im seeking toj     '-""k at  iho tongue, mother!      If
25 per rt. Increaso in Young Peo- raise four million dollare. The church  coated, your little ono's stomnoh, liver
pies' Socletlos. is confident as io the su.-coss of the  °nd  bowels need eleatiHlng at once.
:; Iii,- ivbrkors. movement. ! When peevish, cross, listless, doesn't
In addition a thorough educational     The   Dominion   chairman   *>r   the  sleep, eat or act naturally, or ls fever-
CIlANBItOOK,  UIUTISH COLUMBIA
THURSDAY, JANUARY :.:. .1020
y is being carried out in regard   Methodlsl Financial drive is Ur. fi, R.
h<   various   dopnrtmontb  of  the  Wood of Toronto, who was the Domln-
eli.   Ou Sunday morning last Hev. [ ion   chairman  of lhe  Victory   Loan
It. \V. [.00 gave :i clear exposition of campaign.   The  head of the special
ish, stomach Bour.breath bad; has sor
throat, diarrliooa, full of cold, give a
teaspoonful  of "California  Syrup of
Plgtn," and in a few hours all the foul,
tiio   S11 pcrnnnation   Fund,   whllo   at subscriptions eommitft-e in tho 1919 constipated waate.undlgosted food and
night   ho   spoke   on
Tnou  Goesl   I   Will   Follow,"  dealing
wiili tin' idea 'if "Courage in Christian
INCREASED   UOllTING   RATES    -
11 is annonn ed by the Public LU11-
lllea Commi.ishn "f tbo Provuco that
ti:e Crnnb'o: ..■ filectrn i i.-Jn < om- j
l ,i. y has appllittl for leave io in- j
ircsiH-j tho lighting ratoa in ('ran-'
brook, but lho increaso aeek I'm* Is j
out ot the (;tie.stion— ii.r.ius! 25 por 1
cent, over Him rate now being cliarg'.'i ;
consumers.
Tlie City Council has dono Us part '
iu entering a protest agalnsl thla impossible rah', nml il Is lo be hoped
the public will take Buulclent inter-'
isi iu tne question to arrange for a
raeetity? ami be in a position i" s-.ho-.vj
tbe commlBBlon that lho rate asked ■
must not be granted.
To iai;e snap judgment on tli- peo-
plo in tin' brief space of lime alloted ,
in which to (liter protests Is unfair.
There tuny lie just rensoiis for a slight
Increase, bul since the rate is almost
prohibitive now. IS cents per kilowatt
hour, vital questions like this shortld i
not   be   railroaded   through,
A mass mooting of cltiztns slii.nl.i .
he called;  ihe company should pre-1
sent to its patrons its reasons for re
questing permission 10 raise the rates
and for demanding such an exhorb-
itnnt price at this time.   Information
should be sought from outside  points!
as to (.lie rates in force in cities similar  in   size   to   Crmibrook,  and   'he
whole question  discussed from 1 very
single.
To arbitrarily raise the rat- 1 from
those in force at present wll I setCran-
brook hack several years, that i- certain. Tlie company desires to raise
the rate to '22 cents per kilowatt hour.
Nexl  Sunday tho  subject of  Home
ilIsRlona will be presented.
An  In ter est! n™ feature of the local
Wheihorsoi'ver Victory Loan campaign was Mr. J. If.
Gundy of Toronto, who Is occupying
tlie same position in tho Methodist
campaign.
In It, I'. Brigadier-General Victor
Odium, C.B., D.S.O., is the chairman
of the Provincial finance committee,
sour bile gentty moves out of Its little
bowels without gripiug, and you have
a well, playful child again. Ask your
druggist fo a bottle of "California
Syrup of Figs." whieh contains, full
directions for babies, children of all
ages and for grown-upp.
THE  NEW   ADMINISTRATIONS    ;
Mayor Genoat, rt turned iu ihe polling   lasl   week, and  his council, have
assumed olllce and ii is Blncerely
hoped ihelr administration or lhe city
business will be -such as to bring the
results desired by everyone who ho*
the Interesta of the city al heart to
economically administer jlbo affairs I
and show to prospective newcomers
Crnnbrook Is a worth-while place In :
which to east their lot.
Tlie police commission, of which tho '
chief executive is the head, has n big
problem before it in the enforcement
of the laws to the letter, ns il has been
said il will do. lml it is also hoped
that their policy will be such as to
make 11  clean  eity uni  eliminate  the
contentions of st  llmi  Cranbrook
has been a wldo-open eity, an impression which prevail* among those nol
familiar wiih conditions and which
has not heen to lhe benefit of llin
city elsewhere.
Ouestlons of proper "•r-enlatlon It
seems should nr 1 be dilllcult with tbe
law as plain aa day and commanding
thoso who are supposed to admlt\lati t
It under oath, to do certain things '
carry QUI the .uandates of tho prii''.
as aet out in the statutes,
It hns been said thai the host way
t" rid tin Matties of a bad hi"' la
to enforce it.
The commissioners know what the
people want, thoy are the servants
of the people, and should do their
bidding—onToreo ihe law. We l».
Have they will The people should
give them their hearty co-operation.
Dye That Skirt,      |
Coat or Blouse
"Diamond Dyes" Make Old, Shabby,
Faded Apparel Just Like New.
Don't   worry   nbout   perfect   results. J
Uni. "Diamond Dvoa" guaranteed ta give
a new, rich, faclolcfls color to any fabric,
wliolhor wool, nil!;, linen, cotton or mixed '
food-, 'drcsBev- blouies* stockings, flkirts. I
children's coats, draperies,--everything! !
A Direction Honk is in miclcnge.
To matcll  any   material, have  dealer .
■how juu "/Jm-iiund Dye" Color Card.
Coal in British Columbia and Alberta
British Columbia's resources
are oue-aiteontb of the Do-
iminion'a toal supply and repr«<
Bent 1,023 of thc total estimated resource of the globe, The total tonnage of tho deposits underlying Brit*
Jt.li Columbia forests Is 83,828 million
tons, which Is made up of 670 million
torn* of untjjtaclte, 77,290 of bituminous, nnd 5.S68 of lignite. The actual
and probable reserves in the pro*
, vlace are semi-anthracite 1.9 pet
(Cent; bituminous, 85.4 per ont; low
I carbon bituminous, 3.3 per cwt
nel, 2.4 per cent; Ugnitlc, 7,0 per
- cent.
At present there are three main
districts where mining operations are
being actively pursued. These are
thp Crow's Nest, Pass region, in ths
es 1 in part of the province; thi
Nli da Valley district in the central
part; and ihe eastern side of Vancouver Island, Besides these, other
coal basins are known, and more or
prospected, but the lack of
transport and communication have
hampered any extensive development y«t they constitute a reserve
of great possibility.
The Crow's Nest coal field ifl the
most Important body of coal boinjs
mined In British Columbia, snd Include-! an area of 230 square miles.
The coal is high grade bituminous,
occasionally running into anthracite,
averaging G-J per cent fixed carbon.
There are 22 workable scams with a
total thickness of 216 feat, 100 feet of
Which is estimated ns workable. In
addition to thla there arc other coal
bearing ureas In southern British
< olumbla, notably at Princeton,
Where there is s field of 60 square
miles, and at Nicola, where seams
from t* to 12 feet have been mined.
The Nicola eoat ls sub-bituminous
and analysis about 47 por cent fixed
carbon, 89 per cent volatile, and 4
per cent motflfure.
The total In Vancouver island underlain hy coal seams la about GOO
Square miles, and these coal fields
contain some of the best steam coal
ou tiie Pacific coast The coal of tbe
Comox field Is coking bituminous,
and contalni 67.2 per cent fixed carbon, tbe highest carbon content of ail
Vac Vancouver  Inland coals.
The Nanaimo field has a productive nrpft of i.K square miles, though
the areas underlain by eoal seams
in.-■larger than this. The eoal fields
of the Queen Charlotte Islands range
from semi anthracite to low-carbon
bituminous in tholr deposits, whilst
lignite Ih also found.
In Central British Columbia lignite is found at Alexandria, Quesnel,
nnd Prince George on tbe Fraser, on
lhe Naneo river, NVchako river, Dean
river and Lightning ereek. Thret
rich hearing seams exist on Ibe Mor-
lc<*- river, and three on Goat river.
In ihe Northern part of the pro-
vine*, tbe most Important roals thus
discovered are tbe semi-Anthracite
nnd the nothraclien of the Groundhog Mountain area. Here, an area
of 171 square miles Is assumed in h*-
ronl-hearlni;, and contains elalU
RMraa with nn aggregate thickness
of 30 feet.
The Inraf'nn Ol 'be British Cottim-
b'n roil fields Itaa a ereat bearing on
their importance, One of iba moat
productive m'ne.s nf th» U-itnlnlnn Is
sluia'ed nn the seaboard of Hie Pad
fir court, which 'i- of 'he ■■ a' ■ * * on
poil-   ve from au ludujirUI uud Im i
TWENTY YKAB8 AGO
Extracts from the Cranbrook
Herald of this date, 1819
Fernle. llko Crnnbrook. has a rink
but no ice.
J. E. Saucier arrived from Rossland
last Saturday with his family.
Tiie weather that is being enjoyed
in Southeast Kootenay at this tlmo Is
almost unprecedented for this tlmo of
the year. Thia district seems to bo all
right from any standpont. ono cares to
view it.
Tlie smallpox scare Is a thing of th*
pnsl. hut tho Provincial authorities
displayed good wisdom when thoy os-
tabllshed strict quarantlno against
Washington and Idaho. Prompt act-
Ion on on wards o uu epidemic.
Tho Nelson Tribune says P. K. Simpson of tlie Crnnbrook Herald Is there
and says Ills 'own ls growing and
prosperous. Tho paper Kays there is
one ihlng certain, the Herald never
loses an opportunity to present tho
ndvantngos of Crnnbrook.
PET CORNS
Pew Drops of "Frtezont," Then Lift
Corn  Right Off
(1) At the Coal Mines, Lethbridge, Alta.
(2) Coal Mine Building, Fernie, B.C.
(3) Coal Mine Loading Shed, Fernie, B.C.
pcrial standpoint. The mine haa
considerable submarine extension,
and Is fortunate In possessing a
fine natural harbor, Another floe
field, also, Is admirably located
ln t*ue proximity of tbe metal
mining Industry and within easy
reach of the copper and lead smelting centres of both the southern part
of tbe Province a id tbs adjoining
states to tbe south.
With the United States leading In
ber possession of a trifle more than
one half of tbe world's coal deposits
Canada ranks easily second with
nearly one-fifth of the globe's
total supply of this mineral. Nearly
ninety per cent uf Canada's coal supply lien within the confines of the
province of Alberta, or about one-
seventh of the resources of the wn'-'d
In tonnage the enormous dc;
of the prairie province total 1,182.671
million tona, which may be sub-divided into 1,183 million tons of anthracite, 217,693 million tons of bituminous, add *)(..1,7f>i> million tons of
lignite. This may be compared with
the world's total reserve of 7,397.658
metric tons, or the United States of
4,231,362 million Inns.
Alberta poaaerises by far the moal
extensive eoal area of Canada. Thu
greater pari of ihe southeastern pari
of ttie province appears to be underlaid with coal, and Iho mlnernhle
coal areas of Ihe province have been
oatlmated   nl not   less than   30000
square miles
The conl   horizons of Alberta nre.
fit I'Idmonion und Pnskapoo forma
tion: <2) Dolly Hlver formation: (31
Von 1 on ny forma tlou The Iftlmontan
formation lunuu .. wldo trough ap
proximately parallel to tbe Rockies
and extending from tbe International
boundary to about latitude 55". It Is
estimated that In these beds there
are 7SU.GO0 million tons of llgnttlc ut
sub-b luminous coal, and 11,358 million tons of low-carbon bituminous.
The Belly Hive, formation occupies a considerable area lu thc southwestern part of the province, tin
most Important seam being in Hit
vicinity of Lethbrldge. Tbe probabll
reserves in this area nre lignite. 29
per cent, llgnttlc, or sub-bituminous,
lOtt per cent, low-carbon bituminous 60',-a per cent.
The Kootenay formation ls exponed
in and near the Rocky Mountains and
In estimated 11s 1.7 per cent semi an-
ihracile, and .'$.2 per cenl high carbon bituminous or bituminous.
The production of the anthracite
field, of which Itanff is the centre,
for the year HUT, wns 108,226 tons
which represents 2.3 per ceni of tha
province's total output. The total
amount of bituminous coal produced
from Alberta mines was 'J.l-'.....n8
tonn or 46.4 per cent ol output. Tbe
lignite production formed more than
one half of the province's eoal production with 2,4:iR,s:iS tons or 61,3
per cent.
It has been estimated thai 'he Alberta deposits of conl eould r.upplj
ihe whole world's needs at Its pro-
Halt rate of consumption for nearly 1
thousand years.
A;' seen from theie riuiir/s lhe eoal
resources of the Province of Alberta
nro barely being Hipped, whilst Can*
nda is yrarly Importing more coal
frnm the United ftlnlea than her owl
mines arc producing,
A tiny bottle of "Freezone" costs ao
little at any drug stc-rc; apply a fsw
drop* upon nny rnrn or enllt;*-. Instantly it steps hurting, then .shortly you lift
thnt bothers...ni> corn or ..i-llu- right ■■".'
with your linger.,.   Truly!   No huiubugl
■y" • tt inr p jaBE^gg ■ SBal" — aafrg
Mrs. W.
Wants
A Cake
Mrs. \V. asks for a gingerbread
recipe that calls for no eggs.
Please write It as briefly as possible to give the rule for mixing and baking.
Mrs.  Hull bas a good one, but
we have not heard from her.
Please  send  recipe to box  8S2,
Vancouver.
l-\ir  tho  best  ono  wo  will  exchange some Pacific Milk.
PACIFIC MILK CO.,
LIMITED
I'tctory at l.»4nrr, B, (',
B. C. FRUITS
IN B. C. CANS
QUAKEK BBANI)
fruits are from British Columbia's beat orchards and gardens
canned here the day they are
picked.
Even the cans are made In our
own Province. Ask your grocer
for
QUAKEB BBANI)
Raspberries. You'll like the sun-
ripened, fresh, sweet pungency of
this good fruit, with none of the
bitternes and sourness usually
found in canned raspberries.
Pit Up In
British tollable hf
Buy
Shoes
Now
And Save
$5 and $6 Per Pair
Whi'ii plHt'liiK mir »nU\r ln*t lull (or Sprint; di-llriT)
«<> Inul to |Mi) more than ne are now si-lliiiit tliim for,
no you run see ut u gluure what In going to .«■ the re-
NUlt.
An there In little change In Ntyles In both Women's
und Men's, it will lie lo your great advantage to Investigate now.
Dominion Causers B. C,
Vancouver, B. C.
Ltd.
CHAS. 8. PARKER
(Varwardlm sat Dtautkillog
Amd. (or
UtkkrMft aad BttttW deal
■■ferial OR C*.
DlitrbiUta Can a IfMUlV.
Iimjiiiif and Transferring
01?en prompt -.tuatloa
Phono II
-ftUtliotust Clined)
SUNDAY NEXT
II A. M, DIVINE WORSHIP
7:30 P. H.—Divine Worship.
Preacher: REV. R. W. I.EE
You are Invited
]9)
PRESBYTERIAN
Church
Rev. Hugh McKay Lyon, Minister.
SUNDAY NEXT
11 a. m.   Divine Service
12 noon   Sabbath School
7.30 p. m. Evening Service
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
Drs. Oreen ft MacKinnon
PhyatolaM ad Iiiftoai
Olllce tt reildencf, AraitroDf
Avonue
OFFICE HOURS
Forenoons   t.M to 10.00
Afternoons   2.00 lo   4.11
Evening■  T.M to   1.10
Sundays   9.10 to   4.80
CltANBROOK, B. 0,
DR. F. B. MILES
DIRTIM
Office In Hanson Block
OFFICE! HOURS
I to 13. ».m.
1 to   I p.m.
CRANBROOK, B.C.
F. M. MACPHERSON
Undertaker
Pboae IM
Norbiry kit, nut to City Mall
mire, SPECIFICATIONS,
ESTIMATES   AHD
g(JPEBI!.TKNDAN(!E
KeauXtlllaf uf Mtttks a
J.   V.   IDCICBOn
e*»Hi<HyVii   >|ftn  ir\f»m tym  m\f0t*m*fm mmfm sHJttQ
New Clothes for Old
Send  us your garments In be Cleaned, Dyed or   '
Pressed and save the price of new.
Cranbrook gleaners * Overs
P. W. WILLIS, Maasger.
Foremost Cleaners and Dyer* of Everything
.    Phone 157 CRANBROOK,   B. C. Box !«    I !
H'«A"-»'*»V' n-Vly*»i*A»- ao"^'"^' »yt»"i>>A"--"WQ
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Go.
ot Canada Limited
Offices, Smelting and Refining Department
TRAIL, BRITISH COLUMBIA
SMELTERS    AND     BEFINEBS
Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper aad Lead Ores
Producers of Oold, Silver, Copper, Blamtoae, Pig Lead and
Zlne "-TADAHAC*- Brand. Thursday, January 22, 1920
THE    (it A Ml It 0 0 K    II 1: It A I. II
I' A U t:    i II it I  I
MINING-SMELTING
Llttlo nottvlty is reported from llio
varlouo mining centres ot tho Province nt the uroseiit tlmo, many "f the
mines uevelojilug whicli would liavo
heen showing consiiicrahly activity
had tho weutl-Of heen favorable and n
siilllclcnt amount of snow tallon, are
awaiting Uio coining of Spring, unless
there should he a marked oliango in
tiio weather conditions,
Transportation problems seem tu
ho thc perplexing question lust now
with many of tho mints in the development stage, many of which hnd
heen awaiting snow tor to get out
lho oro and get In supplies.
I'OUSOlltlatOtl I'liiiiimn)  Buys
I'loinlslng Coast I'lupcM)
A dospalcii from Vancouver says
lho t'ousolhhiled Mining nnd Smelting
company of Canada Limited, has purchased the Snnloch properties within
two nillca ut Hie power station <>f tiie
Brltlali Columbia Electric at Jordan
liivor, and ahout 43 miles from Victoria.
ll. II. Stewart, M.E., of Vancouver,
managing director of the Sunloch
company, en* ponflremd tho reonrt.
l'.xtcnsivo development work will be
commenced on tiio .property at once,
ss the low grade ore showing Is said
to bo most promising.
Much Vancouver capital was invested In the enterprise.
t> 10,000 Ore Taken From thc
Forty-Nine Mine on Salmon Blvcr
The Vancouver Province says:
'Forty thousand dollar oro from tho
Forty-nine, In the Salmon River district, Stdwart, Is what Capt. John Irving states was brought down recently In some remarkable samples from
the well-known mining property.
" 'I do not wish to give tho Impression that such wonderful values are
continuous, or that they will And very
much of it running to that figure. But
it only shows what the coast mineral
bolt has If it Is developed,' said Capt.
Irving. 'I have in the past been largely interested in efforts to promote the
mining Interests of the coast section
of British Columbia. At present I am
not taking an active part in the developments now belns carried on. Still
I will always have faith in the coast
as a great mining area. It looks a)
if It was due to be thoroughly opened
up In the near future. I look to se"
a great cantn at more than one point
up the coast.'"
"Few British Columbians are better
posted on the coast area of tile prov
What
are
Peps?
Ftips provide a new treatment for
roiiBhs, colds mul lung trobules.
They are little tablets marie up
from 1'lne extracts and medicinal
essences. When put [Into the
month these- medicinal Ingxedl.
ents turn into healing vapors,
which nre breathed down direct
to the lungs, throat and bronchial
tubes. The Peps treatment ts
direct. Swallowing cough mix*
tures Into the stomach* to cure
nllmcnts and disorders In throat
nnd, lungs, Is Indirect. Peps are
revolutionising the treatment of
colds and their price 1* wlthln the
reach of all. All dealers, fittc, box.
Henri Ic. stump for FKKK THI VI.
PACKAGE.
luce. A pioneer and son of a pioneer,
Capt. Irving lias an Intimate knowledge of all its possibilities. He arrived rfom Victoria on a brief business trip."
Went Through  Many  Vicissitudes;
Scotch Sailor Fnully Struck Pay Wr!
Although somo of the richest gold
ond silver mines in tho world have
THICK, GLOSSY HAIR
FREE FROM DANDRUFF
Qirlsl Try Iti Hair gets toft, fluffy and
beautiful—Get a small bottle
of Danderlne.
If yon earn fnr heavy hair that gib'
tens with boaut# uud is radiant with
lid-; lias an Incomparable softness and
ut iluIFy ami luntrous, try Danderine.
.'un one application doubles tho
bounty of yonr liair, besides It trams
diatuly ttisanlves «very particle of
.liinrirutr. Von can not Iirvc nice heavy,
healthy hair if you have dandruff. This
destructive scurf robs the hair of its
lu-ifre, its strength and its very life,
and if not overcome it produces a fever-
iuJuicsH and itching of the scalp; thu
liair roots famish, loosen und die; then
tlie hair fulls out fast. Surely get a
small bottle of Knowlton'a Danderlne
from any drug htore and just try It.
OUR
NATIONAL
UCONOf IC
PROBLEM.
I.KtUl, NOTH'KSI
.NOTICE
Noilce ls hereby given that an application will be mndo to the Legislative Assembly of the Province of
llrlllsli Columbia ul Uio next session
on boliall of Iho AsBichtlou of Pro*
fatslonal Engineers ol Hrltlsii Columbia for a Prlvnlo Hill to Incorporate
Iho snld A'lochitlon, the raid bill to
lie, known as THE BRITISH COL.UM-
HIA ENOINEEHINll PROFESSION
ACT for the purposes of governing
i,u.i regulating the practice of Civil,
Minion, Melnlurgicnl. Mechanical and
Chemloa) Bntineerliis In tbo province of Hrltlsii Columbia, and the iiiiiiI-
Ifiratlon. examination nnd registration
of Intending .practloners, the discipline of Its members and for Die ao*
'lulrliu-. ot real nnd personal property
nnd tho disposal of tlie same and (or
the general mnuagemenl of the Abbo-
clntlon.
DATED at tlie Clly of Vancouver,
B. C, this Sth dny of December, A. D.,
1910.
H. S. TOBIN,
Of tho Arm of Pattullo & robin.
Solicitors (or the Applicants.
18-12-61
GET YOUR
Job Printing
AT THE
Herald Office
The following Interest'-u ■ vtract
from an article b) Mi I' W. B titty,
president at the '". V R appeared
recently In the Montreal Gazette:—
"So much toi lilt maimer in which
tho transportation machinery ot ihe
country lu carrying out Us obligations to the Canadian producer.
Other aspects of lU*» transportation
problem are ip.*.* satisfactory. Tlieru
are many people who look upon
Canadian Hallway? an custodians of
magic fortunes which cannot be ex*
hausted. That bookkeeping should
be aa simple and Inexorable In Its
tale of losses aud vanished profits to
a railway as it may be to a corner
grocer, is to these people unthinkable. It apparently does not occur
to thorn that to no public Is it moro
Important than to the Canadian public that the good reputation of tiz
railway securities In the world of
thrift and investment Bhould be carefully guarded. <». To those, however,
who understand these things deafly
and who view the matter rrom tbe
standpoint of broad publican iere?i.
It is at once apparent thin Uie Canadian public pays a very low rate for
thu quality uf service rendered, and
that a time Is rapidly approaching
when. If Canadian railw-o securities
are uot to be made less dwil aide to
Investors than almosi nnj other
kind of Industrial soeurUy, railway
rated will either have io Co up or
railway operates costs Co down
Such persons recognize thai li s not
because the situation of the raHwnvi
ia an easy one thai certain eompan-
ies have been able to »how net earnings— v«*y low net earn ngs i mn*
pared to the actus! -*arit mvPM'.' vi
the industry--hut because in the pasi
the shan-bo:dens ol sue!] companies
have been, as the) ire to-day,
couraseoiis persons willing *o nip-
ply the means for constructive enterprises In wh.ch no one bul themselves bad faith, and because, too,
tlieir officers have h*-rn skilled, resourceful and loyal Innliw* Tien,
assisted by staffs filled with the
spirit of pride at"! devotion to their
work. This, Indeed, Is Lhe thing
wb',-.i tin* made It possible for Canada's rs*,ln>adfi io func-!on successfully during the war wit-how making
anything ifltc ihe demands that tor-
atgn roods -le ■ t.fflrlrni In serving
their comniti
tamo noes Riid payhu
wagofl—h&vi made tip the
exchequers I do nol I el
this sf'.i't. upon the rails
this tendency to weaken i..
reputation of Canadian Ita
rnrttles should com-phc
vant, after all. Is n orth) nf
nnd railway «apt) .'•
worthy a servan
Of rnplial whose
bean no com Isti i
"The n * w»ui
years, of those
rhowed not ear
boen much towei
railroads h-vn n1
for maititi'iiinet
stances would hove
n iiieh conditions pri
tli"! period These orrep
now to be made up Dui
Uie Canadian Paelfie wrf v
of r-teel rail. In place of, snv 2,«
000,000 ties, worth fie In 1914, Lho
Canadian Pacific laid H-M.ooo tin
ai BBo per <ie. The sen'atlonnl ad-
vanco in tba raie or railway wages
is well known. Ptirlher advance
may be necessary within the very
near future, ns Indicated by disrus-
elona In Ihe Dnltod Rlates, 'P-**1 t>riro
of enni for IneomoUven whs $$.09 in
191.1. Sow it Is $4.77 The cost of
hani'ni' nn nveripc train lfrr!-;hi or
panioiiRor) one mile bin rls'-n from
11,001 In Ifl 18 io 18.404 In IMS. It
la higher to-day Tne nne .nm ■ ■*■*<-
pennon of One m'le of t no In 1015
were $4,163; In IfilS JT'Mii, nnd to-
day Ihey are even greater, On the
other hand, railway rates, tsltlng all
classes of revenue together, have nd-
vnnred Rrarreiy SB per cent, 1 venture to say no other Industry in the
Dominion can show tuch wodera*
tion.'*
*-v^»        ■■ —
"CASCABETS ' WORK
WHILE YOU SLEEP
earning   thc
.ud
othc
«hlc
have not
it; the war
"i which
onid have
Canadian
r- nd.tmvs
>d d
inn;
have
191!)
tons
For  Sick   Headache,  Sour  Stomach,
Sluggish Liver and Bowels-
Take Cascarsts tonight.
#
brkingmeni
Do You Want Similar
Legislation To This Foisted
Upon Us in B. C?
F
(Opinion of Ambassador Gerard)
OUMEB AMBASSADOR GERARD, SPEAKING OF GERMAN   HEALTH   INSURANCE,   OP, WHICH   WE
HAVE  HEARD SO .MUCH  FROM  THEORISTS OF SOCIALISTIC TENDENCIES, SIMS IP THE SITU
ATION AS FOLLOWS:
THE WORKINGMEN IN THE CITIES OF GERMANY ARE HARD WORKERS. PROBABLY THEY
WORK LONGER, AND GET LESS OCT OF LIFE THAN ANY OTHER WORKINGMEN IN THE WORLD.
THE LAWS SO MICH ADMIRED, AND MADE OSTENSIBLY   FOR   THEIR   PROTECTION, SUCH   AS
GOVERNMENT   INSURANCE  AGAINST UNEMPLOYMENT, SICKNESS, INJURY, OLD AGE, AND SO ON, ARE
IN REALITY SKILFUL MEASURES WHICH BIND THEM TO TIIE SOIL, AS EFFECTIVELY AS THE SERFS
OI   THE MIDDLE AGES WERE  BOUND TO THEIR MASTER'S ESTATES.
I HAVE HAD LETTERS FROM WORKINGMEN WHO HAVE WORKED IN AMERICA, BEGGING ME FOR
A STEERAGE FARE TO AMERICA AND SAYING TIIAT THEIR INSURANCE PAYMENTS WERE SO LARGE
THEY COULD NOT SAVE MONEY OUT OF THEIR WAGES.
Protest Immediately Against the Passage of
the Proposed Act in the B. C Legislature
b en found by men who were pros* | panlona deserted their sailing ship at;
;ettlng for the precious metals, other ; Snn. Francisco and started for the
minos have been discovered Quite by new gold fields on the mountains at!
arc.dent in tho most curious ways lm- the head of the Kern River. Thoy
aglnablo, says Spnre Moments failed to strike anything there. how-
It was in 1SG7 thot Donald Ross, n   ever, and ao they crossed the passes!
young Scotch  sailor, and two com- ■ into the MoJave Desert to try their j
Furred Tongue, Bad Taste, Indlge-.-
timi, Sallow .skiii and Miserable Headaches come from a torpid liver an I
nhigged bowels, whieh cause your ston
aeh to become filled with undigested
food, which sours and ferments like gar-
Imp.- In a awill barrel. Tliat'a thc ilr: *
stop to untold misery—indigestion, foul
osseSj bad breath, yellow akin, mentiii
fears, everything that is horrible ant
nauieatlne. A Oascaret to-night win
give your constipated bowels a thorough
el..inning and straighten you out by
morning. They work whllo you sleep—
a 10-osrai box Iron your druggist vU
KAMLOOPS
BULL SALE
MARCH 10, 1920
Entries of Bulls will lie limited. There will be
no limit on numlier ol pnre-lired females, for
whicli there is hig deinund.
List Your Animals at Once
So Hint sale officials mny know the numlier of animals avnilaliie.
■ Entries of Bulls born in 11)19 will lie confined
to B. C. Breeders.
Entries CloseFebruary 7
For entry forms ami Information, apply to
Ovo. 0. Hay, Hecretary, Kamloops, 11, ('.
luck there, only to again be unsuccessful. Then they went to Arizona,
making their way to the source of the
Little Colorado River. Here they met
with fair fiuccess. but the apaches
were on the warpath, and forced them
to fly to the nearest fort, from whence
they reached Har<ryville.
They started qjgaln wthout cora-
poss, map, or trail to guide them ac-
roE.B the 200 miles of scorching deBort,
for Owen's Lake. In their futile
Search for water the prospectors
wandered along tho southern bank
slope of a slight mountain until one
ol their men died and the other bo-
came raving mad and fled into the
desert, Ro*-b, quite mad, wandered
on until he fell unconscious.
Indians nursed him buck to life,
and guided him to the San Joaquin
Valey, pointed out the way to civilization.   Within an hour of leaving his
guides Robs found blmself In tlie bed he shouted. And it wa?
of a rocky stream. He hud walked saads at his feet were go]
half way through the icy watera,wfcen two months he had mad-
he pressed his hands to hie eyes, end be arrived baek In Oloi
dreading that hie reason w-a? again weeks be-fore ihe sallln^
giving way.   He looked again. "Oold.", whicli he bad deserted
Half  the
within
£ 80,000,
Bgow some
from
SOUR, ACIO STOMACHS,
GASES OR INDIGESTION
"Papa's Dlapepaln" neutralises excessive acid in stomach, relieving
dyspepsia, heartburn and
distress at once.
Time It! In five minutes all atom-
aeh distress, due to acidity, will go.
No indigestion, heartburn, eournesn or
belching of gas or onif-tationa of undigested food, no dizziness, bloating, foul
breath or headache.
Pane's niapepnin in noted for its
Bpeed in rejrulatini; upaH nt-nmacha.
It is the surest, quickest Htomaeh sweetener in thc whole world, and besides It
is harmless. 1'ut an vnd to iitomacli
.lit! ro--nt once by getting a large fifty-
cent case of Pape's Diapepsin from any
drug uteri-. You realize in fivt. minutes
how needless it is to suffer from indigestion, dynpepsla or any itomach dis
order rauKd by fermentation due to
tictaalvt acids In —■■lb. I' A ti K     FOUR
THK    CfiANBKOOK     HERALD
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(1) Battle-scarred 'buses back in London, being repaired for use on the
streets. Owing to strikes new 'buses
cannot be built quick enough.
(2) Presentation to the nation of thc
late Sir John Alcock's Vickers Vimy
bomb machine, whicli crossed tlie Atlantic, by the Vickers, Ltd. and Rolls Royce
Co. From left to right, standing, are:
The latu Sir John Alcock, Mr. Douglas
Vickers, Dr. F. S. Ogilvia, Mr. Claude
Johnson.
(3) Oxford and Cambridge cross-country rdnners at Roehampton, England.
(4) Re-opening the Bruges Canal. Part
of tlie block-houses and its steel foundations can be .scon on the left.
(5) A new picture of the Queen of
Spain taken just before she left England.
(6) Sijw Soialoja; Italian Minister of
Foreign Affairs, who is said to have
signed a secret treaty regarding Fiume,
with England and France.,
(7) Belgium converts German war material into scrap for industrial use.
(8) Salvage of the famous warship
H. Jl. S. Vindictive is impracticable; her
back is practically broken. She lies at |
Ostend. 	
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Enjoying the Winter in
Old • Quebec
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[(1) Chateau Frontenac, Quebec.
(2) Tobotsu Slide, Citadel
Hill, Quebec *
' Utvror Lftvicumr of Qertio has
Itnao-nacod ttaat tk* otftaW openiag
of tha Winter Sport Mm la that
jOttj wm eeen on Tuesday, January
Mtti, wit* a grand mile of tke
iSnowsfcoe and ktedred Clvbs. Tke
swoon will last a month, aad ea at*
timoMra prograomna of week-end
mcee and apart* baa beea ar ranted,
ending with a grand carnival from
February 14th to 17th.
Silica Wlater Sport* have become
as popular aa thoes of Summer,
there la ao need for anyone to dread
the dreariness of December, Janui.y
and February. To abate rhythmically upon an open-air rink: to tramp
on one's snowshoes over flelda which
are lmpaaaable for tbe ordinary
pedestrian; to Jump from aa immense height aad yet to land, up
right and graceful, on oae'a akls;
to toboggan at tbe rate of an express train and, moat fascinating of
all, perhaps, to slide on tbs SwIph
l>ob-slelghs wblcli are still a novelty
en this side of the Atlantic,—all thi.-
and more does Winter *Cer to her
devotees.
.Skating and skiing require sum.
practice before ono Is au adept, but
"tiding and anownhoelng are per*
fectly wimple; all one aoeds is "the
will to do, the soul to dare." Where
winter's Icy mantle covers tlie
waters and spreade a MaMet of
snow over tbe land—there mJotei-
sports are nt their best, In^fcali.
"Our l.ady uf the Snows'*, every typo
of winter pastime flourishes; aad In
Quebec, Canada's oldest City, the
nutdoor lire takes on a ne* cfcai-
acter. Situated on tbe St. Uwreui-o
HlVef, easily accessible hy train,
Quebec off era lo ber KUfesta an ua-
felgned welcome. At tbe Chateau
Krontenac, the huge hotel whlcb the
Vrp.lt. baa built on Duferln Terrace,
thc winter guest will And thut hln
Indoor comfort and outdoor sport
have alike beon considered. Two
rtnha, cue In ilie courtyard for the
skaters, the other -In the summei
-Mfelor tho curlers; a toboggan slide
liuilt on Dtifferin Terrace, and pet-
halts, ';iciueit nltract'ou of all, the
SwIsk liob-alelirhs—these ur« but u
few of tho Inducements offered to!
lapse who love un outdoui llfn. Tho'
|l • wliidi (.MiTOiind th* city make.
It Ideal f..r skline. anrf [he broad
L....tvi*iai(lo U as ejm w i/avorse on 1
'X^t'.
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nnotrslioes today, an when tbe Io-
dlans swept over It three hundred
long winters ayo. After a day out
of doom, ono U ready to return to
the hotel IW.au evening of danctag
and elh»r uJIU J amusements. The
Chateau Frmtcnac Is the centre of
Quebec's social life, the nugnet
nlilcli drawn lo It all that Is
vivacious nnd charming of bar society. No ono who has been pre-
■■"ni nt her New Year's Denes In the
\ Itateaii Prenienac c«n ever forget
It | and iLls season ths social life
In the Ancient Caplb.1 bids fair to
eclipse even Ha own brilliant past,
To the guest, the "Chni.il.n-.-* Can-
adiennes" aro sure to in a hi. n Btrong
appeal. Tbey form one of tho flov-
eral Period Suites In Uio hotel,
and, as tbs name Implies, aro
typically Freuch-Cauaillan. In naming them after Jnc.pi -; ('artier,
Champlaln, and Montcalm, h-,. ■■ .
all, the Company has spftTCd no
effort to make them represent rooms
tn tho manolr of a Fi-iacb-Canadian
seigneur,—J, X, %    .„— _„
Read Herald Advertisements and Save Money Thursday, .Iiiiiuarj 83, 11)20
THE    V It A Ji lilt (Ml Iv     I'.lKAI.ll
1  I V I.
15 YEARS*
FIRE
Just think! Tbat Is tho time
through which Mr. H. C. Buckley
endured all the fiery torture of
Itching, burning eczema. Ills life
was a perfect misery until Zara-
Buk—the great herbal akin cure-
brought complete relief.
Mr. Buckley, who Uvea at 461
East Broadway, Portland, Oregon,
writes:—"For fifteen years I suffered with eczema, and although I
tried many so-called 'eczema cures."
nothing seemed capable of dealing
with a cano like mine. It was not
until I had Zam-Buk recommended
to me tli.it I began to have hope.
'i Iii i wot] dor ful t-kiu heuler unon
brought nbout a change for tbo better. As I poraovered with Zam Huk
tho burning sensation tco- less. I
found Zuiu link wonderfully sooth-
intf. Gradually lho patches of norp'
llflss nml thn inflammation wero re
dm-i'ii, mni comptoto and permanent euro llniiMy remilteil. I would
Strongly   lute si'   nil   iiffllrtc-il   with
ocsetna lo i W ■ Ziuu-Iluk a iriul. It
wilt giro iiii satisfaction, They
win nut Im disappointed."
Nn skill (1180080 Cfltl ivttat the pn
lent iioatlns forcos storod up in
'/.uui link, fflilcli Is iincijtiiUIed for
old wounds, ulcers, absceuos, bad
logs, scalp sores. blood'Dolsonlng,
piles scalds, burns, cuts and ull skin
Injuries, All druggists nut) stores, or
Z-im Milt ('..., Toronto.    ROf. boi.
u'■'■:$$ Wis
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
Change in Train Service
Effective Jnnunry 1Mb, !»**», there
will be a gemirfll cliiiuire In the train
service. Time I'm* trains at Cranbrook
will he
No. Ill No. OS
Dally Daily
12,15 p.m. Ar. cranbrook Lv. 4.15 p.m.
12.25 p.m. Lv. Cranhrook Ar. 4.05 p.m.
Train $_.! will leave for Kimberley
daily except Sunday at 7 k, and train
824 will arrive from Kimberley dally
except Sunday at 2.10 p.m.
Kootenay Central Branch no change.
For further particulars apply to
any ticket ngent.
J.   K.  PROCTOR.
District Passenger Agt„ Calgary. Alta.
SALTATION   ARMY   MOTES
Sunday, 3 p.m., Sunday school.
7.30 "Heaven, It's Happiness."
Monday. 7 p.m., Y. P. meetinc, "Object Lesson."
From deulh unto life. "Yo will not
come unto Me, that yo might Imve
life."—John 5:40.
On several occasions Christ uttered
sad words. This saying tenches us
three things:
t—Man is spiritually dead. Tiie
Scriptures leueli this very clearly
from lien, to Revelation, We are all
by nature the children of wrath
(EphosIans<2:3.) The Psalmist says
'.'We are horn in sin and shapon iu Iniquity," Many people continue to live
In thin stair of spiritual death. They
aro "dead in Lrospoesos and sins."
2—Man cannot give life to himself.
He cannot buy il for money. Simon
triad It but fulled (Acts 8:18.) Good
deeds cuniiol secure it,    "By ttie deeds
of ibe hi.v there shall no flesh be justified."   ilioni. 8:80.)
:. .Man nm sot life by coiuluu to
Christ "Tliis Is life eternal thnt Uity
Know   thee.'"    'Mlo   Ihat   lioarelb    .My
word liuiii o vor last hig life and in passed from death unto life," <Jn->. 5:24.)
The word of JosttB in being spoken,
ll is nn Invitation, a promlne. und
a Judgment, Hear and ynu shall live,
8—You may he very Intelligent, successful In earthly business; yon may
have oducatlon, nil one could wish for
of ibis world's goods, but do you know
Him'.' Knowledge is grand; education
Ifl splendid, essential, necessary thnt
we may prospt r the more, but put Ood
lirst. uud realize that "all things work
together for good to those who love
the Lord. Have you ever definitely
accepted Christ as your Savior? Aro
you born of tho Spirit? Dear i-tader,
stop! Consider your position before
tho Almighty God. "Yo Will Not Come
Unto Me." So said Christ, but it need
not he so with you or me; We are froa"
w'ill agents; we ean accept or reject.
He wise unto Salvation!
NEW POLICE
(Continued from Page One)
GENUINE ASPIRIN
HAS "BAYER CROSS"
Tablets   without   "Bayer  Cross"
are nut Aspirin at all
door of the place in question which
wus found when he went Into tbe
place to search for booze and found !
some, uud all the commissioners were j
agreed tills was sufficient to close
the plate.
Commissioner Shankland— "If we
have any professional gamblers here
drive them out immediately."
Mayor Cienest enquired of ilie chief
of police if lie noticed drunks lolliiig
about in chairs in hotel corridors,
could they bo arrested, the chief replying it all depended upon bow thoy
were  conducting   themselves.
Commissioner stiaukland avered
the hotel people brought all their
troubles ou tin-in1 elves by tlieir con-
dint. "It is up lo the chief to keep
his eyen open for placos whote "parties are held," he said whon the chief
inul told of some of the placos where
drinking wus koJu ou outside tiie nl-
loKcd bur soiling. l
Chief Adams suid hi felt hurt over
a statement made by a minister occupying tho pulpit iu the Prosbyter-
lan church who had said that several
boys of tender ago wore seen under,
ihe Influence; that ihey were under
IR yenrs of age, when he investigated
and lind ascertained the ones in quos-
tion were ^0 years old or over.
Il« felt that .people malting such
statements should he sure of their
grounds, Commissioner Balmont declaring tbey ahould know the facts.
Mayor Genest defended ihe minis-i
give him n
Tbe May
io him Immediately."
It looked vory much iii.i' tha meeting wob about to clot-,, and Rev, Lee
ol the Methodist church, who apologised for others of tho ministry who
could not be present. Bpoke at some
length in congratulating tha commissioners upon the stand they had taken, lie agroed thai lho besi course
iwtoero n man was trying to conduct
his place properly was to takf him
by the bund if he erred and warn liim
and he thought much of the irobule
could be avoided. Ho cold the past
was gone hut thc future demands of
tors, stating tbey occupied a posit-1'1"* I,y°lllc was a cleaner city, "The
Ion different from the board; we are ! cilief nt& te^rc him visions of whal
not here ns spiritual advisers but to I,nu8t De' Tl,e commission can call
seo that the low lB enforced and our unon tho mlnlstera at any Mine. Tho
homes  and wives and  children  are vote °* Ul° iwoplo was an expression
bo could not arrest tlie brewerey,
Rev, I^ee replying the attention of thc
attorney-general's' department should
be called to tho difficulty In handling
these cases, us he was of the opinion
tho "stuff" is what Is making the boys
drink or i.*- doping thorn us the effects
alter they drink It is very similar to
a  drug.
chief Adams talked for
on beer and said thai the
was far different from the
he hud  had  in  Spokane.
Commissioner  Bnlmonl   t
brook was not tho only pli
tnecing trouble; it was :.ll i
lately the Provincial police had mud
raid-  In Croston,
The commission adjoruned und in
 Bpccted ihe still taken In Uio raid
the moUntles last week stored In tiio
rou" office of Chief Adams in the basement
'"'" "i" the city hall, and Bincllln8 of a
sample of the moonshine liquor he
-iTim ,| jn hig raid on the Bennett
plnco, alleged to have been the distributing ptooo for the nro wnter, for
(Tro-wator ft surely is,
i:.vntii:s Koit DIG kami.ooi'.s
STOCK KVKNT DESIRE!) V
I.AHI.IEST kossiiim; MOMENT
arc j '
protected.
"Instead of people talking on tho
street corners, if they would go to die
chief they would get a hep ring nnd
he could follow up the case and pos-
A prominent feature of the Kamloops null Kale, to be held in thnt
City In the second week of March,
will be the show completion, for
which a number of fine trophies will
be awarded.
A meeting of n committee of the!
li. C. Stockbreeders* Association was'
i held there recently to mak*.' preliminary arrangements for the hull sale, j
Mr. Oeorge C. Hay, District Agriculturist,  Kaniloo.ps.   Is   sale  secretary,}
and  tn him entries  should  he sent,;
Bntrtos close on February 7, but ft Is]
greatly desired that breeders send In
their entries without delay in order
thnt the committees work mny he facilitated.
The  committee   Is   of  the  opinion j
GRIP, INFLUENZA
Hamlin's Wizard Oil a Reliable,
Antiseptic Preventive
of their determination as citizens io
{have a better eity. Wo are not cx-
I lremfst.s but citizen:, having |j|gb
, ideals for ihe community.   It  would
bo well for every cllizen uud ovory
: minister making the statomonl com-,
! make them known to the chief; the! llml lll° °",ry of blll,a Bnould not
mnistor making the .statement  com- CG0,] 100' "all'*v buU* boinS bolng dls
■pialnedof  by Chief Adums waa not cournB6d'     P»rabred beef breed fe ;
.conversant with  tho facts and con-!Iunles wlu bo wcl(,°in«'» n"d thero ls|
I dlttons surrounding the case
During Influenza epidemics spray
under 18 are  drinking;  in private I
will give the names to the chief; it
the nose and throat several times a j Is I know' difficult to get information
day with one part Wizard Oil and   nnd I ecu sympathize with the chief.1'
two parts water, using an atomizer.       i,„„.   ,        ,,       ,
If you  haven't an atomizer, gargle •     Rov'  Lct' .I11C»«'(,^'I   a  home of a
the throat and snuff the mixture up \ worker where it was alleged and generally believed vice had been In ex-
l,oya confidence thnt these will find ready
Get cenuine "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin"
in a "Bayer" package, plainly marked
with thc safety "Bayer Cross,"
The "Bayer CroBS Is your only way
of knowing that you are getting genuine
Aspirin, prescribed by physicians for
nineteen yearn nnd proved safe by millions for Headache, Neuralgia, Colds,
Rheumatism, Lumbago, Neuritis, and for
Pain generally.   Made in Canada.
Handy  tin  boxes of  1- tablets—also I
larger sized "Bayer"' packages.
Aspirin in the* trade mark (registered
In Canada), of Bayer Manufacture of i
\Ionoscctleactdester of SalleyHcacid.
While il Is well known that Aspirin ;
mean*- Bayer manufacture, to assist thc
public agains! imitations, the Tablets of
Bayer Company, Ltd., will he stamped
with   their   general   trade   mark,   the j
"Bayer Cross?1
the nose. This treatment sets up an
antiseptic wall of defence against
'iiu" germs.
Chest colds and sore throat lead
lo grip. Slop them at once with
Wizard Oil before they can develop
into dangerous influenza.
Get it from druggists for .10c. If
not satisfied, return the bottle and
get your money hack
Ever constipated oi have sick headache* lust m Wizard Liver Whips,
pleasant luile pink pilla, 30c at druggists.   Guaranteed
■■■ rj-^^^^^-sca^iyifl.iT ni™
If  you   want  news   while   it
subscribe  for the Herald.
If vou want satisfaction
with vour wflBhliJ*
Betid it to
MONTANA   l.AlMWtY
Special Drlcea for famllv
work
Montii nn Ki'stmiiHitt
Meals at All Hears
Cigar*, rtgerettee aad fendf
oruNnnooK street
opptmile (in- Hunk uf Commerce
nn  mini: MAhiitv
Id-M. frame, Prop,
Krrall Hiriitl, Cakes, IMen
nml I'astry
Plioua 87
Norbury Ave        Opp   City Hall
OPERATIONS
UNNECESSARY
HEPATOLA removes Oall Stones
rorrccta A|ir*ondlcltls ln 24 hours
without pain. UoRlstered under
Pure Food and Drug Act.  $6.00
Sole Manufacturer
MI!S.   GEO.   8.   ALMAS
llox 1078 S80 Ith Aie. 8.
SHikHliiiiii. Husk.
HET   THAT   Oil)    HOUSE
FIXED UP BEFORE IT FALLS
DOWN OB CITE OS » CON-
TRACT   TO BUILD   VOI!   A
NEW ONE
Clarke & Sainsbury
Plione ",» or S7«     P.O. Hoi 803
When  in  Sixikiiiic  Make
lt lhe
Hotel
Coeur
d'Alene
I In- Until With a Person.
nllty.
Convenient to Kverjrthlug
Very Moderate Rates
DEZALL'5 GARAGE
Bi'imlr Work Solicited.    Price, llcamiia.ile
HAS, OIL. AIR, TIRES AMI FORD ACCESSOBIES IN STOCK
Agents (or  .
The Studebaker
BIO SIX LIGHT SIX LIGHT FOUR
II considering buying • c«r ull nn us.  If you have t light ur ne
nlll tuke tt on part imymonl nt » retsonulile iirlee.
FRANK DEZALL
MONUMENTS
hooteiiuy Granite & Monumental Co., Ltd.
Uenernl Stono Contractora snd
Monumontnl Works
Front St., Nelson   P, 0. box 86.',
Tho Shoo Specialist
.101. MAIiAIMIlU
Sntlshclloii GuirantMd
>l>:udQU»rler« tor all kinds of
Renin
.When in Cranbrook
The Place To Eat
is at
Alex Hurry's
Tables in Connection
Hurry's White Lunch
OH-DeVAN'SFEMftll-PILLSSS
(>] tli
,„M>.
PH0SPH0N0L FOK MtK :,;
for NeWt, nml Urnhi; iiii-rni'ii "j(n v III
iiToiii*.    will Hiliajoiiii]..   Jliil-k.ui I
?,Nt.llUtf nlotiH ui dy limit on ru-ilpt til
UK B4.UM-LL. Dll-U CO., ht. C*Uuit\mVk% U
Istonco for Uio past  15 year:; and n
certain trftdesman Imd complained to
him of tlie aasoclatlona of  Ma yon i
Witli tho place.   "Thla husband could;
be sent to  penal  Bervltudo  for 20 \
years  If what  is  told  Is true.   Thej
G.W.V.A. nro crodtod with having run
| out of Cranhroolt h Bolohovlk, aud if j
] thoy would do so with this man thoy
; would he doing the right thing.   This
house needs to be gut oui ofbusincss."
Hev. Lee snld these conditions had I
boen discussed only recently by the
women's organizations of tho city; he
had no legal proof, but he would be
a fool if he didn't bellvo -some of the!
thftngs said.   He had been told there:
was*  considerable  gambling  gofn  on
in  thi* city, but   he appreciated tlie
handicaps surrounding the chief in
getting at this menace; he hoped the
poolroom  by-law  would bo enforced I
and hoy:; under It) would be ltept out!
He thought the very fact that Iho of- ]
j fender- sow there was a determlnat- i
| Ion to clean up would do away with
j three-fourths of ttie chief's troubles,
I
"The ministers will stand by you,
as long bh you do your duty and want,
to be your friends," Rev Lee declared
in closing.
Commissioner Shankland MtggeMcd
tt might he a good plan to put on a j
third man and after some ' discuss-1
Ion lt waa decided to offer the place]
to former Constable John Johns who
was spoken of very highly by all, and I
this was done on motion of CommlsB-l
loner Shankland nt a falary of $120.
per month, the chief of police to arrange the hours of the two patrol-
men. "We'll expect result.-.,'' declnr-1
to Commissioner .Shankland, Chief]
Adams stating by the next meeting
of the body he would be able to give
them a report wind: ho fell would
bo eminently satisfactory.
Hev. Lee enquired uf the bo-ird if
It waB not a fact that all the liquor:
cases appealed had been reverted,
and was Informed all but three of the
oases had been reversed,
Mayor Genest suggested that possibly UlO tlmo had come for the I'OO-
ple to tii in- lho law in their own
hands.
Commissioner Balmont enquired
again If It was mul or stood the chief
of pollco was to look nfter the drug
stores and seo to it that there was
uo violation-; that but '• gallons ns
nrcsorlbed by the ProhtbltOO Act was,
on hand at nny one time. Commissioner Shankland waa agreed, tho,
mayor stating "they are no different'
from anyone else- to me."
, Commissioner Sha.iklf.nd thought:
there was too many poolroms and
lautloned tlie chief of pollco io keep
a lookout for violations and seo thnt
all curtains wero drawn at the time
of closing.
Chief Adams said lie seen in the
•importation of liquor a difficult prob-;
lorn to combat and this would be
■iard to regulate,
Hev. Lee enquired If the m\o ot
, \wo-per-cent beer could bo eliminated. Ho thought to confine the sale
of the beer to tho hotels would eliminate much of the complaint He enquired of tho chief if he had had any
of the beer analyzed, tho chief stating only recently Hi*. Provincial ]io-
llQfl hud sent somo to the coast to be
analyzed but lie did nol know lho results of lb* analyst*.-.   Tho cblef-wi-l
nmiiiot, Hulls entered will bo viewed
by expert Judges be-fore the salo, and
will be offered In order of merit. No,
bulls born later than December 31,1
1918, unless uatves of British Columbia, will be allowed to enter.
It.  is  confidently  believed  thot
fine showing will ho made at ihe salo.
When
your mouth c«.t-5
like til the mean
-liingt you ever -lid—
•MMd together, then
I li YouImouth is » «oo-l indication
of Ihe condition of stomach and biro?,
BEECHAM'S
PILLS
Sold eretrwhmrm
In Cuiath,
In boxei, 25c, SOc.
LwtMi Sd« »f AaV Mi-Dch* In tfc« Wmtii
Now   Open   Fcr  Business
£be Club Cafe
id Baker Street Opposite Ccsmopclitan fiwi
KXCELIEXT SEIlVUt. U.I. IVHITI   HEL1'
TABLE-- FOK LAMES
(lU.NBBOOK   COTTAGE
HOSPITAL
l'rliati' Nursing Utmt
I.lconscd liy Provincial Govt.
.Ilulernlty nnd Ocueral Nursing
Massage anil llest Cure, Highest
lteforences, terms moderate.
Apply Mrs. A. Crawford, Matron
I'hone 259 P. O. Box 845
AdJras, Garden Ave. Cranbrook
Ship, your rats.
FOR PAINTING
-A.MI-
PAPERHANGING
Etc.
Telephone
JOHN GARD
Plione Xo. 409
Cranbrook,   .    .    . B. C.
i.OUGES AND SOCIETIES
tb*SH UiB-E*RT
"Shubert" Wants gfiSSSSS Furs
All Yon Can Ship
And Will Pay These Extremely High Prices
GET A SHIPMENT OFF-TODAY
I.O.O.l.
KEV CITV LODGE, No. 48
Meeta   every
Monday night
       at Fraternity
Hall.     Sojourning   Oddfellow,
cordially Invited.
Noble Orond,        Kec. Sec.
J. Il.Whltehouce   W. M. Harris
KMOHTS OK 1>VTIIIAS
Cmlntk, B. C.
Meeta every Tueaday nt t p m lo
the rraternlty Hall
C. G. Borgstrom, C.^;.
C. H. Collins. K. It. t B.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited lo attend.
MUSKRAT
Winter
Fall
4.00 lo 3.50
3.00 lo 2.75
3.25 to 2.75
2.50 lo 2.25
MINK
2.50 lo 2.00
2.00 lo 1.60
1.75 lo 1.50
1.50 lo 1.25
1.75.0 1.25
1.50 lo 1.00
Fine, Dark
Usual Color
Pal*
25.00lo20.00
I5.00lol2.00
lO.OOlo 8.50
1S.00IoM.00
lLOOlo 9.00
8.OOI0 7.00
12.OOlolO.00
8j0io 7.50
6.5flio 6.00
9.00 lo 7.50
7.00 lo 6.00
5.00 lo 4.50
9.00 lo 5.00
7.00 lo 4.00
5.00 to 3.00
LYNX
HeavyFurred
Ordinary
75.00to65.O0
60.00lo50.00
60.00lo50.00
45.00lo40.00
45.00lo40.00
35.00lo30.00
35.00lo25.00
25.00lo20.00
35.00lo20.00
25.00bl5.00
CIlANllllOOK
I'AHMERS' INSTITUTE
Regular Meeting
SEI OMI SATI KKAV  of each
month nt 8 p,m. In the City Hall
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Moots In thej
Porlsh    Hell j
first   Tuesday |
afternoon   ot ]
every   month j
at S p.m.
l'ree. Mrs. I),
t-ampbell, box
587
ItOT. Mre. 1. W. Barton. V. O. Box Ul.
AU Udlea sartmitj tmvttod.
These extremely hiBh prices are based on the well-known "SHUBERT" liberal
grading and arc quolcd for immediate shipment. No. 3, No. A, and otherwise
inferior skins at highest market value. For quotations on other British Columbia
Fun, write for "Ilj, Shulirrt •tftpprr," Ihe only reliable and accurate market
report and price list of Its kind published.  It's FREE—Write for it.
A shipment to "SHUBERT" will
result in "more money"-"quicker."
SHIP   .ALI.     YOUR     FURS     DIRECT    TO
A.B. SHUBERT-?
THELmESTHOUSE IN THEWRLO DEM/NG EXCLUSIVELY IN
NORTH AMERICAN RAW FURS
}24 Donald  St. Dept. 218    Winnipeg C.nadf
REMEMBER THE SUBSCRIPTION
PRICE OF THE HERALD REMAINS
THE SAME-ONLY $2 PER YEAR VAtif.     SIX
THE    CltANBhUOK    UEUALD
I liiirsdu), .lnnii.tr> 88, 1020
imuscmonl l'nr Excellence
1'IllllAV  AMI SVITItllAY
Silt JUHNSTOS
FOHBES-nOBEETSON
'The Passing of
'he Third Floor Back'
AMI SEJi.NKT COMEDY
110MIAV   AMI  TIKSIMV
VIKG1MA I'EAHSO.N
In
Impossible Catherine
nlso
SKIII.U. nnd COJCEDT
HIH. mnl Till Its. SB umi 80
kirn  GOttlMH
In
•The Sc^r'
PATHK RKVIE1V
Featuring
Mimi  Motion I'lietngniph)
mnl Color Sclii'im
t i ni tiiivicj- m.viEL-:im
Over the tea Cups
Insure wltll Benin & Blwoll.
+   +   +
List your liouso with the Oranbrook
Agency Company.
+   +    +
Mazda  anil  Nltrogon   lamps.   Soil.'
mollow Unlit.   Pnlmore Hr..*..
+   +   +
If yo ii an' contemplating u trip lo
the Old Country, book your passage
through   Benle *   Elweli,  steamship
agents,
-I-   +   +
Ono ni' tlie prettlesl Btore wludowsj
in   Crnnbrook i« that  of  tin-  Home
Bakery, the shop's appetizing pastries,
making a display which causes favor-j
able tommout from all passcrsby.       j
-1-   +    +
Lot lis Bitpply you with your next I
counter sales books.   We havo a com-,
plete line anil  prices are as  low  as
the out-of-town fellow will give you.
The Cranbrook Herald.
+   +   +
Vtko Aluminum and MrC'lary's enamel   kitchen  ware.   "Pleaso  n  life- |
time."   Patmore Bros.
+   +   +
A little Know fell durlnB the early
part of Monday mornlnK but not enough   to   make   sledding   good,   Thia •
bus been a |i*>or winter so far for tlte |
hubs.
+ + +
Why do some people keep Title ■
papers. Victory Bonds and oilier val-.
u&ble documents in tbelr homes when i
tbey can keep them securt from lire
In a Ilre-pronr stoel vault for a small j
yearly charge? Tbe Heale & Elweli
deposit vault Is tlie proper place for
them.
+ + +
The annual vestry meeting of Christ ;
church, will he held in the Parish hall |
Monday evening, next, January 2fitli,
ut J. o'clock, when re.port.-v will be re-1
ceived, election of officers take place;
aud plans for the future he dls-!
cussed. It is hoped tbat a large mini-1
ber of tbe cuiigregution will be pros-!
ent.
+    +    -f ]
Big Saving in Stoves and Ranges;
2~i per cent, oa  stoc*k  orders.   Buy
at oner and save money.      Patmoro
Pros.
+ + +
Tbe lire loss in Canada for the
month of December amounted lo
226,600 dollars, or nearly one million
dollars. .lust think of it. Some ha
lull Insurance; others partial. A
great many bud no Insurance. Which
have you 1 If you have not full Insurance, see Heale Jt Elweli nt once.
You cannot afford to take chances.
+ + f
Insure with the Cranhrook Agency
Company.
-I-   -J-   +
Tbe  thaw  him  week  caused   tho|
wale,-   faucet   In   ibe   I.  (V   0.   I'',   ball, i
which lind been left open, to run pretty froel) before it was discovered, j
flooding the room and doinge some,
slight damage to tbe carpet,
.).   +   +
Chief of Police P. Adam* has ono
boarder at his hotel in lhe city lock- j
up. a man arrested for vagrancy, who
could not pay Iiis line and must serve
one month's time,
+   +    +
In view of welcoming settlors from
Oversea-*, the Women's Institute pro-l
pose to make tbelr March mooting
nn "Al Home" for soldiers' brides
who have come to Canada since the
signing of ihe Armistice.
+    +    +
Wednesday evening last, tlie Itev.
F. V. Harrison, rector of Christ
church, gave nn Interesting lecture
in Parish Hull, illustrating bin talk
with lantern slides. His subject covered the missionary work of the Anglican church, among the Kskimos, in
China, India and Japan.
+   +    +
If it's job printing yon aro in need
of. telephone the Herald and let out
Solicitor call We are at your service
with an equlpmont second to none in
the Province. Ituy at home and help
make Crauhrook a bigger city.
Inter=Church
FORWARD
MOVEMENT
Methodist
[National
Campaign
OBJECTIVES
Spiritual
100,000 ADDITIONS TO CIIIKCH MEMBERSHIP
100,000 NEW SUNDAY SHOOli SCHOLARS
50,000 NEW MEMBERS OF VOUNG PEOPLE SOCIETIES
•.'00,000 ENROLLED INTERCESSORS.
200,000 ENROLLED PERSONAL WORKERS.
100.000 ENROLLED CHRISTIAN STEWARDS.
.) (I VOLUNTEERS FOR LU|K SERVICE.
Financial
.Missions' Equipment and Extension Fund $I,»00,AOO
Sniieriiniiull.ini Kiiilimmenl Fund  1,500,000
Educational Society, College Departments and
Sew Buildings      550,000
Special KiiihI lor Current Revenue     250,000
Total    »4,000,000
Choice Meai
and Correct Weight
:■-,
are whnl you can count on
getting at this market every
time. Wc handle only number one grndo moats, the
wi Ight you can sec uud verily for yourself. As for prices, you have only to compare them with those asked
lor meats of ordnary grade
nnd you'll Hnd ours represent the biggest moat values
to he had anywhere.
Cranbrook fleat Market
1'hnne 8
Norbury Avenue CRANBROOK, B.C.
iSS uPSi iiSd n'-iri :.i jH^.ji-:i£ia.a i-Iifin fi:5iii it
J.   M.   Ague*',   rancher  from   Klko,
j was hei'o hist   week-end on  business,
J, H. Caldwell of Klngsgfete,  wa*
| a guest in the city Friday.
W. II. Dim woody and H. Splller, of
I Fernie, were here   last week-end on
business connected  with  the   provincial police department.
Tht numerous friends of Mr. K. A.
i Hill will be pleased to learn that he
has about recovered from bis late 111-
| ness and is again at his store.
Mr. and Mra. Jenkfnson who have
j been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Morton
for somo time, departed last week for
Spokane and will go from that city
I to California to spend the remainder
Garden Court ■■"■
■*-'M>M-»'*^*»»*-V»*»i»<|f>wii<^iii,<^wi~«-v»
The Powder Incognito
Garden Court Face Powder is invisible, misty fine and
fairy-light. It gives a natural bloom to the complexion
whether day time or evening. Then too, it is dependable;
it will stay on in any climate.
FACE I'll Win: It   05c
_ , _ (BEAM    00c
Garden CourtTAi.cr.« ».-„•
TOILET VV VTI.lt   #2.25
EXTRACT  (per   os.).,.,  1.50
GARDEN COURT Toilet creations are for sale in Cranbrook
Exclusively at
CRANBROOK DRUG & BOOK CO,
*^% jm IV. J. ATCHISON, Kiuwger
w^^^*tw^*^>mmrr  „    |||(}. |1||m||i _( j..^. |>hm|(i ,,M
AM, MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
li jou are in tlie out-of-town district, drop us a letter or card and
auythinir ynu want In our line will lie sent Iiv return mall or express.   Vie give special attention to out-of-town orders.
WANT ADS.
| MATERNITY NTRSlNfl —Apply 148
Dalton Avenue, or Box 931, Fernie.
B. ('. 12-18-41
] FORI) CAR FOR SALE—101*1 model
Ford car. Apply O. S. Wald, Wardner, B. C     . 1-22-lt
j INVESTMENTS—Our monthly market letter mailed at your reiittest
will give you latest reliable information regarding Bonds, Stocks
and ln vestments generally. Enquiries solicited regarding ANV
Bond or Security. Particulars of
priei'S. yields and standing of any
listed or unlisted stock In the market forwarded without charge.
Leased wires to all 'parts of the
Continent. Unexcelled business
connections fn Now York, Chicago,
monton and Calgary, European,
Montreal. Toronto. Winnipeg, Ed-
iu vestments specially dolt with.
Loading linanclal house of Vancouver aud Victoria. Address all
replies to Burdock Bros, and Brett
Limited, Stock ond Bond Brokers,
Motel Vancouver Bldg., Vancouver, B. C.
of the winter.   Willie liere the visit-  Friday,
ors made many friends. —
— J. Grant. Yahk, was a business vis-
Mrs. Warren, Kingsgat*1, was a vis-  itor   lu   Crnnbrook  tlte   hist   of   the
itor in the city Friday. ■ week-
H. W. Miller, Wasa, was in the city'    Harry Fyles is able to be at work
last Friday. again   having   been   laid   "h   several
— weeks witb an Injured bund.
A.  O.  Wilendt, Wasa,  was a  bust- — ■
nes  visitor  In Cranbrok last,  week-     .Mr, and Mrs. Qeorgo Stevenson art
end. ■ spending a  vacation  on  the   Pacific
— ' coast ami  will  visit   California  cen-
Tlio dance at Wycllffe. la.st Thurs- tors ere returning to their home in
day  night   was   largely  attended  by tbis city,
dancers from Cranbrook and a most!
enjoyable  time is reported.   Several j    Mrs. John    Paterson    is   suffering
auto parties went out. from here.       : fconi muscular rheumatism.
Charles  Evans, of  Marysvllle,  the Mrs.  J.   R.   Rumsey  is  ill  al   her
president of tbe Prospectors' Associ- home, suffering wtth rfburltis.
atlon organized here recently, \v*as a
business, visitor ln   CManbrdnk  last Tlu   Kev. O'Donnell of Trail, took
Charge of the services on Sunday last
at the Presbyterian church in the
absence of the pastor, who is expected home tbis week.
Mrs, Martin McCreery Is confined
to her home with Illness.
J. M. Humphrey, organizer for the
United Farmers of B, C, left Monday
afternoon for Calgary to attend the
convention of Alberta United Fareiu-
pra hold there this week.
i Thomas Caven was n business visitor to Spokane last week-end.
Mrs. Moore, of Idaho, is visiting
wtth her sister, Mrs. B. J. Ratcliffo.
Mrs. 11 Downs, of Creston. wits the
guest Of Mrs. .1. S. Brake last week,
leavin,, for ber home Saturday.
Irrigation Extends in the West
AN ESTABLISHED MANUFACTURING COMPANY, wants a capable
man in every town to open branch
office and manage Salesmen. $300.00
to $1,500.00 necessary. Handle own
money, should mako $5,000 yearly;
Prospective sales in every borne.
Expenses to Montreal allowed when
you qualify, Sales M-nagor Walker, 225 West Notre Dame Street,
Montreal. 1-22-lt
KITH WAI,lis IV III It BLEEP
\M> IS TO BE AT THE REX
Someone with a good cure for somnambulism <aii undoubtedly find a
pa limit in Ruth Roland, star of tho
now Pathfl aerial, "The Tlger'a Trail,"
which la being shown at tbe Ilex theatre next Monthly antl Tuesday. Miss
Roland has suffered from this habit
for years aud her aunt who lives with
ber In tho star's Los Angeles home,
says that Uutli is liable tn go prowling
altout the house at any hour of the
night. Miss Roland herself says that
tier sleep-walking is generally super-
Induced by worry as to whether ornot
someone has stolen her Jewelry und
Is thinking of Installing a good burglar alarm syaUm. She believes thut
the knowledge that this system Is ln
thu hou;*- wilt cause her to stop walking In her nlMp.
COItPOlMTION OK THE VI
nn Miitooh
C0UUT OK REVISION
PUBLIC NOTICE Is hereby given,
that the Court of Revision for the purpose of deciding upon any complaints,
which may bo made again81 tho Assessment Roll as prepared by tbe City
Assessor, will sit In the Council Chamber nt 10 a.m, on Monday. February'
Oth, 1920, and not the Sth, as statod
on the assessment notices.
T. M. ROBERTS.    |
City Clerk and Assessor.
Cranbrook, B. C.Jan. 20, 1920.
1-22-St '
NOTICE  TO  OWNERS   OK   D00H
IN THE CITY OK CRANBROOK
l-have just, received  the 1920 dog,
tags and all dog owners In the City
of Oranbrook enn obtain the same at
my ofllce In the City hall.
The dog tax by-law will be strictly
enforced.
P, ADAMS,
OhlOfof Police
Cranhroolt. ll, C„
January 22, 1920
1-22-31
ibe year IM.) stands out in the
agricultural history of Alberta aud
Saskatchewan as having proved beyond all doubt the enormous benefim
io be derived from farm irrigation,
lor in the (irouglH which affected
ncarlj \\:v wiioie of these provinces,
the BOUlh country within ibe lr ligation belt not only produced excellent
Crops, hut In many localities yields
were harvested well to exens of the
average o! what ure called good
jears.
On 145,500 acres In the Lethbrld^"
District, 00.CO0 tons or fodder crops.
and 8,775,000 bushula of grain Imve
been grown to thu total value of
about $6,(00,000, Wheat was tlir
lamest crop pioduccd, there beini;
well over two million bushels. Other
crops harvested included more tbun
a million bushels of oats, nearly 400,-
000 ol barley. 20.000 of flax, and M,-
Ono tuns of alfalfa. In addition vege.
tables were grown and sold from litis
ana.
As another example of what
phenomenal yields may be taken
from Irrigated land, the case of a
farmer at Brooks may be cited who
on his farm produced a $9,000 bar-
vest of alfalfa seed. The yield was
14 bushels to tbe acre, wblcb sold
In the neighborhood at 80c. per lb
and nett'il blm a return of $740 per
acre.
In the large Irrlgatiou block ot the
Canadian Pacific Railway east of
Calgary there are approximately
02.1,500 acres of irrigable land, and
the amount ln the Irfihbrldge dlstrlcl
approximates nn.ooo acres, making
a to-al of 7.13.B00 acr«B. Of this l*ss
than 2o p«r rent waa In crop this
year On the basis of this year's
average production on Irrigated land
t,ifs lotal area Is capable of prcdllfi*
Ins crops to tbe value nf between
thirty and thirty-five million dollar*
yearly with an sveraee nf over $40
,„., vCfU (ot Melt mm ol Irrigated
(1) Head dates of C. P, R. Irrigation Canal near Calgary,
Alta.
(2) Steps of an Irrigation Ditch near Gleichen, Alta.
With such examples as these of tbe
fruits of Irrigation'It is little wondcr
that (he farmers of tiie dry belts of
Albdrta and Saskatchewan are clamoring for extensions to the existing
Systems of Irrogation nr tbe installation of new projects; or that the authorities should be devoting more
time and attention to the furthering
the schemes of irregatlon.
A new project Is already under way
In the Bo'itb area of Alberta which
will take In tbe land in thc Raymond.
Sterling and Magrath districts, and
the commissioner of Irrigation, with
headquarters In Calgary, has recently returned from u reconnalsauce
trip I\i the Buffalo Lake country,
where he has been gathering Information as to the feasibility of another projected scheme. This provides for thc diversion nt Ihe flood
waters or the North Saskatchewan
River to Irrigate the lands lying to
the e-aat and south ot Buffalo Lake,
all the way to the area between
YoungKtown   and Saskatoon.     Tke
Jettttm i» t>msi,~ iiVm ii!
North Suskatohewxu Hlver. at. or
near Rocky Mountain House, and by
means of canal* aud dltcbca carry
the water lo lakes and depressions]
lying to tbe east, utilising Buffalo
lake aa tbe main reservoir.
The Alberta Provincial Govern-,
UMUt Is also considering the eaiab-j
llahment of au Irrigation experimental farm at a point on the Saskatchewan River two miles north of.
Medicine Hat, covering a distance^
of twelve miles along the river ad-,
Joining the city. There are approxi-*
mately 36,0,00 acrea of land whlctt
can be brought under Irrigation un-,
der thia plan.
The finest feature of Irrigated
lands Is that they can be trusted to
produce at least good average crops
every year, and Indeed, so far from,
the quality of tho land deteriorating.
Its tendency Is to become more pro-
diytive as the farmar learns by atudji
and ohaarvatlMi wtmt quantities ot
water to use. and *• b«t mfim t-%
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