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■ROOK HERALD
VOLUME   li
CRANBROOK, B.C, FRIDAY, AUGUST 31st, 1923
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Win Awards for
Domestic Arts
List of Exhibitors Who Gained
Prizes ul Women's Institute
Fftlr Held Lust Week
Following Ih Uio complete list
handed   In   Cor   publication,   of the
prizewinners at the  Women's  Iu.itlt
Ute Fair, wliich passed off qultu 8UC-
coBstully Os recorded hint week:
4'I.AHH I -FAISC1 WORK
Embroidery on white linen—Mrs. P,
W. Willis 1st; Mrs. W. Hamilton limi
Eyelot Kmbroidery       Mrs. r. \v,
Willis 1st and 2nd.
I'huh fold ur oil Towels — Mrs. J.
Thompson 1st.
Kmhroldered Tenoloth — Mrs. J,
H oa ley 1st.
Afternoon Teualotli, out laee work-
Mrs, 10. T. Cooper 1st; Mrs, .1. Thompson 2nd.
Embrotdored PillowcttseB — Mrs. J.
Thompson 1st,     k
Nightdress or Corset Yoke — Mrs.
W. Hamilton, 1st nud 2nd.
Fancy Bug — Mrs. Hamilton 1st;
Mrs. A. K. Jones 2nd.
Tatting — Mrs. E. T. Copper 1st
Mrs. A. H. Johnson 2nd.
Homo Made Hug — Mra. H. Brown
1st.
Tuple Runner or Teacloth — Mrs
A. ll. Johnson 1st.
Orosa Stitch Article — Mrs. H. Left-
man 1st.
Apron — Mrs. E. T. Cooper 1st.
Hand Knitted Sweater — Mrs. P. W.
Willis 1st and 2nd.
Cotton Article, hand made ~- Mrs
A. E. Jones 1st; Mrs. J. Henley 2nd.
Silk Embroidery on Linen — Mrs,
A. C. Bowness 1st; Mrs. J. Thompson
End.
Patchwork Quilt — Mrs. Wm, Hani I ton. 1
CLASS 2 - FLOWERS, Etc.
Sweet Peas — Mrs. G. Smith 1st;
Mrs. G. Taylor 2nd.
Paneles — Mrs. J. Whlttaker 1st;
Mrs. G. Hennessey 2nd.
Cut Flowers — Mrs. G. Taylor 1st;
Mrs. O. Gray 2nd.
Roses — Mrs. G. Smith 1st.
Asters—Mrs. G. Taylor 1st and 2nd.
House Plants   - Mis. H. Briggs,
Geraniums —Mrs. 0- Hennessey 1st.
Begonias — Mrs. F. Baynes 1st;
Mrs H. Briggs 2nd.
Foliage Plains—Mrs. H. Briggs 1st;
Mrs. W. Hamilton 2nd.
Etom _ Mrs. H. Briggs 1st; Mra. A.
It. Johnson 2nd.
Cbrrots — Mrs. ,T. Healey 1st; Mrs.
G. Taylor 2nd.
Peas — Mrs. 0, Smith 1st; Mrs. J.
Healey 2nd.
Cabbages—Mrs. C. Taylor 1st; Mrs.
A. Manners 2nd.
Parsnips — Mrs. G. Smith 1st; Mrs,
G. Taylor 2nd.
Beets — Mra. W, 0'Hu.ru 1st: Mrs.
A. Manners 2nd.
Cauliflowers — Mrs. 0, Gray 1st;
Mra. J. Healey Und.
Rhubarb —Mrs. J. Healey Ut; Mrs.
Q, Smith 2nd.
Pumpkin — Mrs. g Taylor 1st,
Strawberries - Mrs. K. T. Cooper
1st; Mrs. G. Smith 2nd.
Collection Of Vegetables        Mrs   t!
Smith  1st; Mrs. J. Henley Snd,
CLASS 8      CUMKARX
Whilc Bread - Mrs. ti Gray 1st;
Mrs   A. Manners 2nd.
Brown Bread - Mrs. L. Clapp 1st,
Mrs. F. Haynes 2nd.
Fancy Bread — Mrs. F Baylies 1st.
Doughnuts — Mrs. I. Clapp, let.
Plain Buns - ■ Mrs. P Daynea 1st;
Mrs   A   Manners 2nd,
Fancy Buns Mrs i. Ciapp 1st;
Mrs f. Daynea,
Layer Cake Mrs o. Gray 1st; Mrs.
F. Baynes.
Jelly Roll — Mrs, B MatMn lsl;
Mrs   I.  Clapp 2nd,
Fruit Cake -- Mrs. L. Clapp lsl;
Mm,  W   O'Hearn 2nd.
Shortbread — Mrs. Q. Taylor ltt;
Mm. I. Huuiiuh 2nd.
Jam Tarts—Mrs, U Oiapp lat; Mrs
POTATO BUG 8HOU1&
BE ATTACKED IF AP-
PEARANCE IS NOTED
Provincial Department Will Assist Iu Control If Pest Appears Very Numerously
Mr. Angus Hay, district agriculturist, has brought Into the Herald
odire a specimen of the adult potato
hug, which Is well termed the potato
growers curse, He atutes that a few
of tlie.se bugs have been found on a
garden patch In town. Everyone
growing potatoes will be doing a service to other growers hy looking over
their putches aud destroying this hug.
It they are too numerous to pick, poison muy be had free of charge by
applying at the ollice of the district
agriculturist.
Thu appearance of the bug Is now
getting to be pretty well known
through the publicity thut hus been
given to it.   It, fs about half un Inch
less iu length, with a light brown
back striped with black, and u slightly darker brown underneath. Growers should give this pest no quarter,
and its presence In any numbers
hould he Immediately reported.
GRADUATING  EXERCISES    I0PENING SERVICES TO
OF HOSPITAL NURSES      | BE HELD IN NEW
TAKES PLACE NEXT WEEK)    OH0RCH  AT INVEBMERE
MEN NOW WORKING ON
TELEPHONE LINE TO
CONNECT WINDERMERE
Government   Lines   Being  Ex*
tended South to Make Connection at Wasa
Advice has been received from the
superintendent of government telephones to the effect that work Is to
be pushed forward for the extension
of the government telephone system
from Canal Flat to Wasa, where In
turn again connection can be made
with the system of the Kootenay
Telephone Lines, Limited, and all
points, eust, south, and west. Further tenders are now being called for
the erection of an up lo date building for the housing of the main exchange at lnvermere, to replace the
small building now In use.
The poles required to connect up
the link have been put on the ground
and there is now a gang of men in
amp some mites below Canal Flat at
work on the line. Post holes have
been dug for some distance from Canal Flat extending south of the Kootenay River crossing. The intention
Is to bring the line south on the Cranbrook side of the river, following the
new Windermere road from Skookumchuck south pretty closely.
['EXT BOOKS CALLED
FOR IN UPPER GRADES
OF PUBLIC SCHOOL
Pupils attending Grades 7 or 8 of
the public school are required to furnish themselves with the following
books:
Grade 8. — Scott's Lay of the I-am
Minstrel (Copp. Clark); Scott's Ivan*
boe (MucMillan); Stevenson's Treas-
Island (Cassell); Dictionary;
Public School Speller; Composition,
Alexander At Mowntt
Crude 7. — Christmas Carol. King
of tlie Golden River. Golden Steps
(Nelson Series; Canadian Poetry Book
Dent * Sons); Public School Spel-
•r; Dictionary; Atlas; Composltiem.
Aloxandor & Mowatt; English History.
Receiving Class Will go direct to the
annex school,       All new pupils are
inlreil to register to Tuesday. September 4th,
nigh School Entrance OwUfloaMe
may bo secured from the city clerk
between the hours ai IS and 1 on Saturday, Sepl ember 1st.
THE SALVATION ARMY
Hanson Avenue
SPECIAL NOTICE
The Salvation Army will nol he
Inditing 'hu special service ln the
Methodist Church on September 10th.
n Commissioner Hodder hns heen taken    ill    aud    Is    therefore unable to
.1  Healey 2nd.
Appo Pie — Mrs. 0. Cray 1st; Mrs.inmu'-
•'   rl»l>P -tad, I    ou  Sunday  next   In the  S.  A. hall
Pineapple Pie — Mrs. h. Clapp lsl; L |pflotaj maeyng w||| ^ held when
Mrs. W. (VHourn 2nd
Collection  Preserved  Fruit  — Mrs.
Is  Clapp 1st; Mrs. .1. Iltnley 2nd.
Collection  Jam *  Miirina.ide—Mrs.
F   Hnyiios 1st; Mra, J, Healey 2nd.
Collection .lollios — Mrs. J. Henley
Lat;  Mrs. W. O'Hearn  2nd.
Collection Pickles — Mrs. F. Paynes Ist; Mrs. F. Constantino 2nd.
Will) FLOWERS
S. Hennessey 1st; K. Holey 2nd,
CLASH 4 — Girls 18 to 18
Loaf Cake — Mrs. D. Whlttaker lat;
Strachan 2nd.
Fancy Bread — M. Johnson 1st,
Cooklea —   P. Prlchard   1st;    K.
Strachan 2nd.
■Drop Cakes — P. Prlchard 1st;   M.
Johnson 2nd.
Tea Biscuits — K. Strachan 1st; D.
Whlttaker 2nd.
Candy—1). Whlttaker lat; M. Johnson 2nd.
Applique Article — M. Johnson 1st;
B, McGlll 2nd.
Hand Made Article   I*. Jackson 1st
and 2nd.
Machine Made Article — P. Prlchard lat; D. Whlttaker tnd.
Apron — K. Dallas J*; M. Johiw»
Captain  Hunter will he welcomed lo
the Crnnbrook corps, Adjutant taw-
nn having left for Red Deer.
Everybody Welcome
Mr. and Mrs, F. C. Rogers of Creston. wore Cranbrook visitors on
Sunday.
Mr, W, F. Tnte of New Westminster,
formerly of Cranbrook, and Mr. E. Y.
Drake of Nelson, were In the city over
the week-end In attendance on the
funeral of the late Bert Ross.
Mr. A. O. Hill, with Beulah and
Barrle, returned home on Tuesday
from a most enjoyable summer's holiday at the home of his parents at
Barrle, Ontario. The time passed
very qulcky renewing old acquaintances and motoring over thnt delght-
ful part of the east. Mr. Hill had the
pleasure of meeting Mr. Bob Binning,
a former townsman, who Is now prospering in Barrle.
2nd.
Wool Work—If. Johnson let
Tabla Mats — H Jotum 1st;
The Sisters of Charity of the St.
Kugene Hospital, Cranbrook, and the! Formal
graduating class of nuises, cordially
extend au Invitation to friends to be
present at the graduating exercises,
which will take pluce at the Veteran'*
Hall, on Thursday Of next week, Sept.
6th, at 8 p.m.
Four   nurses   arc   now   graduating,
and will be given their diplomas.
The program at Hi graduating cx-
erclfles will bu as follows:
March
Address by Chairman      G J, Spreull
Dawn         (Kale Vannah)
Vddross to Graduates 	
Dr. P. W. Oreen
Waits., "When Clouds Huve Vanished"
(C, I.. Jolinson)
Address:  Hev. Pathor Murphy, O.M.I.
Cello Solo  "Celeste Aide"
Address:	
His Worship Mayor W. F. Cameron.
Serenade D'Amour  (F. Von Blonl
Presentation of Diplomas and Medals
Dr. C. E L. MacKinnon
Birds and the Brook . . iR. M. Stults)
Address:    Hev Father  11   P.  Ressette
The Roses That Die and
Bloom Again   (Sol P. Leoy)
Dedication   Probably
Will Take Place on Sunday
October Utli.
Mrs, N. E. Ryckman is expected to
return to the city this week-end ufter
spending a vacation at the coast and
United States points including the
famed Yellowstone Park.
On Thursday evening of next week,
Key City Lodge, I.O.O.F., will welcome
the Grand Master of B.C,, D. M. Proud-
I'ool, of Nelson. A short lodge session
will he held inthe Auditorium nt 8 p.m.
on that evening, followed by an Invitational social gathering to take the
form of a banquet, with a musical
program, and followed by a dance.
Cranbrook will be represented at
the Nelson Tennis Tournament which
starts on Saturday, by the following
players: Dr. W. A. Fergle, G.'P. Simpson and N. A. Walllnger. Messrs.
Simpson and Walinger r.re entered in
the doubles. Dr. Fergie will be entered in the singles only as his
partner. Mr. A. Raworth finds it Impossible to get away.
Miss Muriel Baxter of the Cranbrook teaching staff, and Miss Agnes
Reekie of the Wycliffe school, are expected to arrive in the city the end
of tbis week, Tliey left Vancouver on
Saturday last, and are returning to
this city hy way of Prince Rupert,
Jasper National Park. Edmonton and
Calgary, stopping off a duy or two at
some of these points. Miss Baxter
lias been ni tending the summer school
at Victoria, and also visited In Vancouver with Miss Reekie, and with
Miss Qlsie Beattie, formerly of this
city.
Coming Events
The events noted below are those
for which paid advertising appears in
this issue, or for which printing work
has been done 111 this office.
Friday A Saturday, Aug. 31-9ept. 1—
Pola Negri and All Star Caste ln
"Bella Donna," at the Star.   Comedy
"Hold Tight;
Monday, sept 3rd, Labor Day, Novelty
(Special to the Herald)
lnvermere, B.C., Aug, 29. — "The
little church ovor the hill" 1ms been
completed for the nonce. On Sunday,
September 9th Rev. F. Bertram Atkinson, the vicar, expects to hold the
first service within Its walls. This
will take the form of the annual Harvest Home Festival and will lie a
union service condu ted at 11 in the
morning. The formal opening by the
lx>rd Bishop of the diocese will likely
lake place ou Sunday, October 14th.
This building, which it is hoped
will servo the purposes of a parish
church for lnvermere, Athalmer am
Wilmer, Is situated on n lilph com
manding part of the townsite. ft is
quite a prominent landmark for a dis
tance ou every side nnd shows to
advantage the bouutiful oui lines ou
which it has been constructed. The interior is not quite complete hut this
will be n work of time. Construction
was commenced late ln the summer
of 1922 at which time the foundation
was put In. This year the superstructure waa added. Mr. lieorge A. Bennett if this place was the architect.
CHAUTAUQUA WILL BE
HELD IN CKAMSKOOK
AGAI> NEXT SUMMER
FUNERAL OF LATE IMI.
ROSS HELD ON SATURDAY AFTERNOON LAST
Masonic Order Participate* In
Last Rites Held for Brother
Who Passed Away at Coast
The funeral of the late R. II. Rons,
formerly of thla city, who passed
away on Tuesday of hist week at New
Westminster, took place on Saturday
afternoon. The rem.iins were brought
to the city on Friday in charge of the
Cranbrook Masonic Lodge, and rested
at the Masonic Temple.
Rev. E. W. McKay conducted nn Impressive service at Knox Church, following which the funeral cortege
made Its way to the local cemetery
for the interment, a large number of
local Masons attending, and representatives-of the local Order of Railway
Carmen, of which debased had also
been a member, were also tn attendance. Following the customary
service of committal at the graveside
conducted by Rev. E. W. McKay, the
impressive Masonic service was read
by W. Bro, A. E. Jones, the Immediate
post master ot the local lodge, and
the brethren filed past the open grave
into which they dropped the symbolic
sprig of evergreon. The pall bearers
were all members of the Masonic
Lodge, being W. Bro. H. White. P.M.,
Bros. W, J. Flowers, A. J. Balment,
H. A. McKowan. C. R. Ward and S.
Taylor.
Much sympathy lias been expressed
for the bereaved wife and members
of the family, included in whom is
Mrs. W, F. Tate, formerly of this city.
and; with whom the deceased wan
making his home at the time the end
came to his long struggle against the
Inevitable. Many floral tributes were
ln evidence at the funeral making
mute testimony tc the high feeling ln
which the decesed was held.
FRED CARMELO'S SHOW
COMES TO CITY FOR
TWO DAY ENGAGEMENT
.ocal theatre-goers will be delighted
to hear that the management of the
.Auditorium has arranged to play the
Fred Carmelo company in Cranbrook
two days starting on next Tuesday,
September 4th. The Carmelo show
Is a recognized standard attraction
Dance nt the Auditorium, by the!*18*1"* musical comedy tabloids of
1988 Follies. Hie better sort, and has a reputation
for long engagements and frequent
return engagements in the large cities where the company has played
during the past eight years. The
company is playing a route preparatory to opening a stock engagement
In the east, and wilt spend five weeks
in rotary stack In this territory, and
It the offerings of next Tuesday and
Wednesday meet with the favor of
Cranbrook patrons arrangements will
be made for a regular return of the
company while it Is available. The
company will open on Tuesday with
one of the most amdslug comedies of
•cent production. It is entitled "Up
In The Air," and Is an excellent musical comedy with wonderful laugh
provoking possibilities. In conjunction with this merry musical show
the company will also offer "The
Overseas Rookies," a condensed version of the show played for members
of the 81st division of the American
army ln France during the war. On
Wednesday the company will present
two additional    musical tabloids   of
TT"7!1'  ™ ,7,T/V,°T' '"" "isterllng merit, the opening play being
th: Star Theatre "A Qentlemau of ,,„ *      u
Leisure" with Jack Holt.   Comedy,1
"Rambling Romeo."
Monday. September 8i Race meeting,
Windermere District  Rsce Association, 2 p.in,, fust time.
Monday. Sept. BrdJ Big Day at Natal,
P.lk Valley and Natal Agricultural
Association Pall Fair.
Saturday. Sept. 1.—Knox Church Ladles' Aid Rule, Church Hall, nt 8.30.
Monday & Tuesday, Sept. 3rd & 4th,
Agnes Ayers In "The Heart Raider"
at the Star Theatre.
Tuesday & Wednesday Sept 4th £ Rth:
Fred Cnrmelo's Musical Comedy
Players ot the Audltotlum.
Tuesday, Sept. 4t|i: Annual meeting
of Crnnbrook Musical Society,
Wednesday Sept. 6th: Monkey Competition at Golf Club at 2.30. Supper
at G p.m. All members urged to
attend.
Wednesday & Thursday, Sept. 5th A
Friday, September 7: $25.00 given
away at Ihe Star Theatre, flee program  hooks.
Friday ft Saturday" Sept. 7 and 8—
Big pic urn special   at    tbe    Star.
WJM>
followed by a musical farce called
*The Flat Next Door." There are
twelve people in the Carmelo show,
which offers a program of bright
musical numbers with a chorus of
dancing girls In flashy costumes, and
comedy features and specialties that
provide an axcelleat oialag's eafter-
The big Chautauqua tent will again
be reared iu Cranbrook in the summer of next year, Miss L. McGregor,
the Canadian Chautauqua agent, having beeu successful in obtaining the
requisite fifty names for the contract.
Miss McGregor had a strenuous stay
of a few days In the city last week,
and left on Monday for Nelson with
the Batlsfaotlon of having brought her
work to a successful culmination.
She stales that it is the purpose if
possible to get enough B.C. towns ou
a circuit of their own, iu which case it
is certain that Cranbrook would aet
tbe later date*. It has ko much desired,
and a good deal of difficulty iu connection witli Chautauqua during the
past two or three years would lie removed.
After having had time to reflect on
the matter, most of the former guarantors have again gone on record us
favoring Chautauqua, and with a few
isolated exceptions, but little objection was voiced to il when Miss McGregor's campaign for the lining up
of algnutures was in progress, The
opinion was freely expressed that ir
it is found possible to arrange the date
for some time after the end of June
there will be little difficulty In making the venture come out on the right
side of the balance sheet.
Following are the names appearing
on the contract as guarantors for the
1024 Chautauqua:
W. E. Worden, J. M. Clark. K. W.
McKay, F. Dezall, A. Raworth, L. P.
Sullivan, W. D, Gilroy, B. Paterson,
A. A. MacKinnon, W. II. Wilson, C, P.
MucDcmnld, Dr. C. W. Huffman, J.
Manning, R. Potter, J. L. Palmer, L.
Veeberg, J. H, Hnslam, W. F. Attridge,
W, F. Cameron, W, K, Santo, G. W.
Patmore, W. M. Harris, C. W. Draper,
F. A. Small, P. W. Willis, H. P. Moffatt, G. Sinclair, E. T. Cooper, J. T.
Survls, M. ,A. Beale, O. D. Carlyle. A.
E. Jones, Geo. H. Salter, Dr. F. W,
Green, Dr. F. B. Miles, W. G. Morton,!
WINDEIOIEHE SCOUTS
CAMP PARTICIPATED
IN BV TWENTY-TWO BOYS
Site oa Columbiu Lake Attn in
Visited und Happy Ton
Days Enjoyed
(Contributed by Scoutmaster)
lnvermere, B.C., Aug. 22.—The 1st
Lake Windermere Troop of Scout
has just completed its second annual
summer camp. By the kindness oi
Mr. .-.armour we were able to use the
same cump site as lasl year, and accordingly an advance party ot four
scouts, one leader and thu cook left
by train for Columbia Lake with all
of the tents, supplies etc., and must
of the boys' baggage on Saturday,
August 4th. Then on Monday morning, the main party assembled at the
vicarage and started iu cars, before
lunch, for camp. We are very grateful to Messrs. Geo, Bennett, J. 1.
McKay, W. II. Cleland and W. Stewart who lent their tars for this transportation.   Tha Scoutma »tcr - ' Henry"
had a job loo.
There were again 22 buys In camp,
and we were more than happy to have
the same two assistant officers as last
year, Mr. Leonard Gaddes ot Bdge-
water, and Mr. .Murray Gibbon, of
Montreal Ii was a matter for regrel
that our good rook, Mr. Harry Man-
son of Wilmer could not ba with us
again tills year, but his successor won
his way with all of us. and fed us exceedingly well.
The boys were boused in three tents
and soon alter arrival hi camp ga
themselves the patrol names of Por-
uuplneH, Beavers mul Red-heeded
Woodpeckers. Their respective loaders were Gordon McKay, Lionel Mt Kay
and Allan Moore. These three aud iu
fact, many others ot the boys, drew
With us last year, aud so they readtlj
fell Into the spirit of the camp autl
its routine and discipline, and to them
largely fell the task of "brooking in"
the now comers.
Great rivalry was displayod between
A. H. DeWolf, H. White, Dr. J. W.
Rutledge, A. J. Balment, G. 13. Bower,
F. M. MacPherson, J. R. Walkley, M.
T. Harris, F. A. Williams, T. M. It.
Stewart, EJ, C. Kiihnert, B, W. Wilkinson, Major P. F. Howden, Dr. G.
K. L, MacKinnon, Geo. C. Hohson.
NO TRACE OP THIEVES
WHO STOLE QUANTITY OF.
CLOTHINU LAST WBKK
i the tents for the flying of the pen
ii.uit each day—this was present il t>
the cleanest, neatest and best decorated tent, after the tent inspection
Which was held ench day at 9.30 a m
Gordon McKay, leader of the Porcupines won the pennant tor the whole
ramp and bore it home with him in
triumph. Much Improvement ot a
permanent nature was made to the
camp site this year. A new dlnln]
table was built, a raft and a wharf at
the lake shore, a new kltgheu table
and a fence around the kitchen quarters, and a good stove, the gift of Mr
A. J. Dobble was installed, and left at
the camp fnr future use.
The raft provided much fun at swimming time since it always started to
•'buck'1 when more than a certain
number tried to ride it. On Thursday,
Mr. Walter Nixon, of lnvermere and
Pete Bergenham of Golden arrived in
camp by canoe, having paddled down
the Kootenay river to Canal Flat and
they left for our use while in camp a
:t:t-foot war canoe, which was a great
acquisition. A great number of visitors called on .Sunday and expressed
themselves as delighted with the
camp. The camp-fires were better
than ever before. Murray Gibbon
I brought some marvellous songs are!
Kliost stories, nnd the cook never fail-
whfie the luxuries department, thanks to the scouts'
mot hers and friends, added cake,
cookies and candy galore. The canteen was In the hands of Muriay Gibbon and Hector Llnnell -miff Bed.
The five cent sqUckors, that's fl portmanteau word, compounded of the two
words, squawkers ami suckers! were
the hest buy.
On   Monday   a   fishing parly under
Murray Gibbon, nud accompanied by
Kng Sine the cook, went  to the Uea-
•  ••   •   •   m   •   •   m   m   • IVer dam for fish.   They brought back
IMV1S-HI.AIK U much   smaller   catch   of   speckled
On Wednesdny. August 22nd, the trout than last year,.but enough, how-
marriage of Miss Margaret Blair, of j ever, to provide a, taste all round at
Kingsgate. niece of Mrs. Robert breakfosl n**xi doy, The n on-fishers
Frame, and Mr. Edgar Davis, of the meanwhile made an expedition in the
J. R. Walkley Co., was solemnised at war vamo "' ,1,e 0,her si'le oI Oo'um-
Bonners Ferry, Idaho. Tho happy Ma Uke. explored the coasl line for
couple urn now enjoying their honey*!'1'"10 miles Inspected ono- springs
moon In Spokane aud other Wash- Immediately opposite camp, and visit-
ington cities. On their return to this •*■ Mr- al"i Mr8- Hnrdwick Grainger,
city, the latter part of the week, they! On Tuesday we suddenly found our-
will llvo on Lumsden Avenue, where j selves hosts to a party of Crauhrook
Mr. Davis bus purchased and furnish-IsCouti wno bad hiked all the way bj
The t hieve-j w ho siiiashod In I he
aide window at the store of the Cranbrook Cleaners and Dyers last Thursday night ami purloined some twenty
suits aud one dress, are still at large,
the prospects of their apprehension
bolng now somewhat remote, considering the Htart they have. The suspects are two men who were seen at
tin tourist camp ground, with a Dodge
car, carrying a U. S. license plute,
but although efforts wero made to
trace them early the next morning at
all points nearby, no word has been,
received of the suspects. With little
regard for concealment Ihey apparently broke the window, which Itself
must live gone in with conslderble
noise und helped themselves to the
clothes at baud. Mr. P. W. Willis
puts his lose In the nelghborh
$700.    Of the twenty suits  missing.    , ,   ,
fifteen were in his hands for repair orl*l.to !"PP Y '
■ther work, -.ind five were now.
Mr. Willis announces thut lie Is
making good to all customers the loss
Of their goods, ami those whoso clothing has been lost are Invited to call
and receive settlement.
1VEIHHNO
ed a very comfortable home
»■*»»    —
CHIEF OF LOCAL
INDIAN   RESERVE DIED
WEDNESDAY LAST
On Wednesday morning at two a.m.
thero passed away at the Mission,
Francois Xavlev, the chief of the Indian reservation: The old chief was
In his TtJth year and has held the
distinction of chief tor the past 20
years. The funeral took place on
Thursday afternoon, tbe service being
conducted by Father Tedrow, assisted
by Rev. Father Murphy, O.M.T,
On Sunday Inst a large number of
friends of Mrs. Margaret Robertson
were at the depot to hid her farewell
before she left for Portlnnd to make
an extended visit with her daughter
Miss Madge Robertson, who has accepted n poMtiilu In the hospital there
On her way to Portlnnd Mrs. Robert-
Will pay a short visit to bar danihr
road from Cranbrool
inn Fairmont Hot (
jective. Tliey arrlvt
noon and were madt
am
ere
■rings their ob-
in camp about
welcome*   After
lunch a baseball game was proposed
aud keenly taken up. It would be
nothing more thnn the truth to say
that the peak of enthusiasm through
(Alt tlie camp was reached on the afternoon and eveninc of this day. Tin
Lake Windermere line-up was as follows: Allan Moore, Gordon McKay.
Hector Llnnell, Jack Nixon, Lloyd
Nixon. Lionel McKay, Frank Moore.
Paul Bennett aud Benny Nixon. Mr.
Salter of Cranbrook kindly umpired
the game. The score was 10 to lfi In
favor of I^ike Windermere, with the
Lake Windermere team still an Inning
to play. Our chests have expanded by
noveral Inches, and none of the scouts'
hats fit nearly as well as they did
before thnt game, they're all too small
now.
The Cranbrook scouts must have left
early  the neat morning for we did
(OnssoM on pao twt)
Early Difficulties
Are Recalled
lonmieucemeut   ot*   Work   at
New Kimberley Mill Recalls
Early History of Mine
J. H. Schofield, M.P.P. of Trail,
member for a district whose main In-
terest is mining, end who always
keeps well informed ou miuittg pro-
gresa In this portion of the province
especially, recently gavo out at Vlc-
ti rla au interview describing tho
developments at Kimberley, which he
visited a short time ago.
According to the Trail member the
commencement of operations ut  the
new concentrator thU month marked
another stage In the development  of
one   of   the greatest lead-silver-zinc
pioporties in the wjrld.   There is a
auntie story iu the history of this
ne.   lt was discarded by on? of the
'a.est mining organisations iu this
tntry because it felt at the time that
process   would  uever  be invented
that   would  effect   Q o segregation   of
the complex ores of that  region and
wake economic smelting of the pro-
luct possiUo,   When the Consolidated
u ning   A:   Smelting Company t»>ok
hold of tin:, property a ecora of costly
Experiments wero made without suc-
■ess. and then finally science triumpii-
id .iiiil   :i   satisfactory process was
id.
The
apo
tsaw  concentrate equipment
Uls  of  a  coarse crashing   plant
Wc of crushing 7500 tons of ore
i-ery -t hours With a 10tW-iou recei-
Ing bin to receive the ore from the
rushers.   This large bin dischargee
ato standard railway equipment and
;   transferred  to   the   mill   three  or
our miles away.   The ore is weighed
vi-r standard railway scales and is
ischarged  into a  1000-tou receiving
bin in connection with the fine crushing plant   This fine plant reduces to
one ..alf of ;,;i Inch and has a capac-
ty of 7600 tons every 24 hours.    The
product of the fine crushing plant is
llscharged into th? 2500-ton mill bin,
■ rom which it  is drawn to feed the
;nill.   The mill will have a capacity of
.rom  WOO to 3000 tons per day, the
process   being  "selective flotation;"
to   remove  first   the lead  content  ot
the ore as a high grade lead concentrate;  second, to   remove   the    zinc
concentrate and some of the lead content,    as   a rlnc concentrate.     Tha
pocea?  hat- been ttioit.-ugr.Iy tested In
Lhe Trail smelter,    which    has    been
handlfn* from 1000 to 110O tons rtf ore
per day for over a year.
Mr. Schofield states that in the
early future 1000 men will he employed In U.e smelter operations at
Trail alone. Some of the bfggest of
he outside producing companies are
setting under way, and In a few
reeks another vast industry will be
in operation on a permanent basis.
Tbe Rossland raining field, famous
years ago as one of the ereatest mlu-
ral producing areas in the province,
ind then for a long period deserted
nd no longer talked about eicept by
ild-timers with a penchant for rem-
nfscences. Is coming back stronger
nd bigger than ever according to Mr
Ichofleld.
Under the beading "An important
Development in Mining," the Xelsou
s'ews. a few days ago referred to the
tew operations at Kimberley ae fol-
ows;
"Commemfement of the operation
if the new 11.500.000 concentrator at
Kimberley  ia an important event iu
he  history of  raining   In  Kootenay
ml Boundary,
"Hitherto, ore from Kimberley has
een  shipped  In  the crude  state to
rail smelter, where It has been
I reat ed at a concentrator prior to
being pul tlirAugh ihe electrolytic
zinc  process  which  the  Consolidated
impany has developed so successfully.
'Now the concentration will be
lone at Kimberley. and concent rates,
instead <»t crude ore shlppwi to Trail,
there will be a saving in freight,
ind P Is anticipated that the comple-
lon   of   the   concentrator   will   be   a
ontrlbutlng factor in further Increasing llie OUtpUA ¥r"ni '••* SulliVuUl,
which   l«   the  greatest   zinc   mine In
he Hritish  Kinpfre.
"Another consequence of the c©ni-
pletlon of this concentrator at Kim-
barley win be that lt will release the
mceiitrator at Trail for the treatment  of  the ores  of the   Rossland
itiuiV Rossland rallies hfcve been
practically dormant, but there Is rea-
n for expecting an early revival of
tivfty in what has been tlie most
famous gold-copper camp In western
Canada, and which may he expected to
again win that proud position"
Messrs.  F. M. MacPherson  and J.
M. Clark, respectively president and
iretary of the Rotary Club, are thla
ok attending a Rotary presldent-
I secretary conference at Olyrnpla,
Washington.
I.cn Richardson hns purchased tlie
Armstrong cottage on Cranbrook Bt.,
will shortly move In with hla
f- mily. lt Is lit* Intention to Improve
the place to some extent during ttia PASI  TWO
THE  CRANBROOK  HERALD
Priday, August 81*1, 1088
'"pax's^iWr^
cm*..    „
us?/
THE   SATISFACTION      THAT
GOOD    WORK    GIVES    IS
WORTH  KANV  TIMES
WHAT   YOU    PAY.
RAWORTH BROS.
NEXT IO THK POST OFFICE
ed Into public works and undertakings of all kinds tliat are
deemed in the best interest of
the development of the province, while education seems to
be dealt with in a more parsimonious spirit [because there
are not the direct returns apparent. Things are headed for
an Impasse in this direction,
which the government would
Ido well to anticipate rather than
passively wait till public opin-
1 ion literally forces action of
some kind.
NOTES
ite Cranbrook herald
Publlahed Every Friday
F. A. WILLIAMS K.    POTTER
Bubeerlptlon Price
To United States ..
.. HfS.iiO per rear
.. tU.i.0 per j onr
"With  ■  HImIoii   Without  ■  Haul*"
Printed  by   t'olwn   Lnbnr
jUt tntilng Il&tu on Application.
Chant*! for Advartlaln* MUST b* Io
tkle offlci Wtdauadar noun th« ourrtnt
tr»k to aocur* attention.
AUGUST      1923
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 81, 1U2.'I
THE   PROBLEM    OF
EDUCATION
The opening of another
school term will serve to bring
to the attention of those who
are interested in the welfare of
the next generation some of the
glaring deficiencies which exist in the administration of the
work of education Growing
townB and cities find their educational needs expanding every
year. Each succeeding sheaf of
estimates shows that provision
has to lie made for more pupils,
a wider scope, or new lines of
work, and municipal finances
are not always equal to the
strain. The question arises
whether the needs of school
boards should be provided for
without the power of other civic
bodies to interfere, or whether
they should be made to take a
pro rata share of the monies
available, to the undoubted detriment of the schools.
Government    assistance    to
schools is still on the pre-war
scale, little more assistance being given now than a decade
ago, with the exception Of an
occasional  hand-out from  the
proceeds   of the    liquor sales.
Efforts to interest the government    in    a   more    generous!
measure of assistance, to have!
the heavy part   of   the burdenj
taken off the shoulders of the:
urban and rural taxpayer, have
not so far been successful. Yet
with the unparalleled natural
wealth of which this province,
boasts, and to wliich the gov-j
ernments    point    with    pride I
there should lie little difficulty!
in putting the administration
of education on a sounder and
broader basis.   Money is pour-
Nelson is having a road cele-
! Iiration this \veek, when the
I opening of the new Ymir road
officially takes place. It Is regarded In the West Kootenay
[something like the Banff-Windermere highway is held in the
East Kootenay. Direct connection by mad is provided to
Spokane, and territory south to
the line benefits inestimably by
being given an easy reach to
the Kootenay metropolis. Incidentally Cranbrook has some
interest in the road, through
local engineering talent being
responsible for its construction.
Another bank merger announced this week seems to
confirm a fear in the public
mind that published balance
sheets and reports mean very
little. The minister of finance
admits that such mergers are
not popular, the suspicion being
entertained that the financial
dealings of the country are now
being confined to too few channels for the ultimate public
good. Naturally in the face of
.such developments in Ihe bank
ing world as the past few weeks
have seen, rumor is now busy
that other lesser institutions in
the banking firmament are
seeking to fly to cover in the
form of absorption.
The banner example of crass
oilicial stupidity must surely eo
to the British case out of which
papers on the other side of the
Atlantic are extracting much
humor. An energetic income
tax official, noting that a cer
tain comic opera, by name,
"The Beggar's Opera," was having a very successful run at a
London theatre, sent a tax form
to the theatre ln question, addressed to John Gay, the author
with instructions how to fill it
out Hut this worried that illustrious person very little,
since he had been lying in his
grave for some two centuries or
thereabouts, the play being a
revival of a success in the pre-
Georgian dayB.
FROM TIIE VIEW-POINT
OF
OCR CONTEMPORARIES
Kamloops will not take no
for an answer to its proposal
to have the transprovincial
highway of B.C., run not across
tlie Hope mountains, but down
the Eraser valley. It was believed that the matter has already Iieen settled, and the
minister of public works confirms this but refuses to put the
quietus on rival hopes entertained by tlie two districts till
the matter conies Up in the legislature in the form of a vote
to sanction the expenditure necessary.
Mr. nml Mrs. A. Hntton und Mis*
Mutton (if Montrent, were callers nt
Cranbrook <m Monday lust while on :i
visit to Mr Merle Hntton or the (M'.K
staff.
Nelson Business College
Learn to Earn
L TUITION  COMMENCE
I
Complete, Practical Commercial Course in Shorthand,
Typewriting, Bookkeeping, Spelling, Commercial
English, Comercia] Law, Penmanship, Rapid
Calculation,    Filing and general office procedure.
NEW THM COMENCKS Tuesday,   Sept, 4th, 1»28
For particulars: Apply P.O. Box 14, Nelson, B.C
LESSOR Of thi;
HOME BANK KAlM'Itt:
Public confidence in our bankluj
systems cannot but ha Bhaken by tlio
failure of tlie Homo Bank. In the in
lerosts of the well managed and sound
bunking institutions of the country
this is not well. The fuiluro of the
Merchants Bank, with what it disclosed, was not encouraging, and the fall
ure of the Homo Bank does not help
to mako things reinsuring from a
public viewpoint aa it concerns banks.
Happily the Merchants Bank was taken over by a strong financial insti
union, but with the failure of the
Home Bunk there cannot but be thut
flavor abroad of the "something rot
ten in the stale or Denmark." The
President of the Home Bunk at tt;
annual meeting gave his official imprimatur-? that all was well with the
Bank, the general manager did not
convey that anything was wrong, the
auditor gave the usual benediction
and yd. uh it proved in tbe finale
the Bunk was nil the time a tottering
institution, ready to full, and it fell.
Lethbridge Herald.
J Talt of tho C.P.R. telegrapti
department at Nelson, was in lbe city
on Wednesday
Mrs. Albert Cox, or this city, who
has been confined to the hospital here
Is reported us doing well.
On Tuesday last there died at
Caithness the two eeks old son of Mr.
und Mrs. M. Hornby. Interment took
place ul Caithness on Thuniduy.
Returning from a visit to California. Mr. aud Mrs. Jus. Johnson and
son of Shelby. Mont., are visitors at
the home of Mr and Mrs. F. A. Small.
Mrs Small Is a cousin of Mrs. Jolinson.
Next week is to be a busy week
with ibe fraternities connected with
the three links. On .Monday evening.
Labor Duy, the 1923 Follies aro putting
on a dance at the Auditorium, to which
it is expected there will be u good
crowd, as they always have been drawing magnets, On Tuesday the new
lodge of the Independent Order of
Oddfellows Is to be inaugurated at
Kimberley, with tbe assistance of
Grand Master D, M. Proudfoot, of Nelson, and others from the lodge iu that
city, and also a Btrong contingent
from Cranbrodk. under whose aegis
the new lodge may be said to have
come into existence. Ou Thursday,
the Grand Master will pay his official
visit to Key City Lodge, when he is to
be appropriately entertained.
im'IM'.KMIllti: SCOUTS
(AMI1   PAT1CIPATK1)  IN
BV TWENTY-TWO HOYS
(Continued from Page Oue)
not see them go, but we hope they
had a gooil time during tbe remainder
of their hike, and that they thoroughly enjoyed the lliii|»id waters of the
Fairmont Springs.
Amongst the most welcome of our
visitors was our genial District Commissioner, Major H. Ll. Hicks, who ptld
un a surprise visit, inspected the boys
and talked with them nil. nnd left, expressing himself highly pleused with
tlie camp.
Amongst the must unwelcome of
our guests this year were millions of
wasps, hornets and bees of every description. Tliey loft their affectionate
murk upon mosl of us. A reward of
fifty cents was offered for the local
Ing und burning of a nest, but it had
to bu discontinued, as the s. M's pm
ket wasn'i  hum e gh to stand tl
strain.
On Wednesday the camp sports day
was held, aud the entries were mar
the events varied and ibe competition
in all classes, very keen. The crack
er-eating race and tbe uniform raci
wore the most amusing. P. U Lionol
McKay won the spoils by gaining the
highest number of points In all events.
Several visitors turned up for tht
final camp-fin? on Wednesday evon-
TWFNTY  YFARS AGO
Extracts from lhe Cranbrook
Herald of this date, 1903.
For tbe first provincial election ut
which  Cninlirook  will  be a  separate
constituency,   1254   voters havo   been
registered.
Tho big sawmill of the Crow's Nest
Pass Lumber Company at Wurdn«r
wus started ul work on Tuesday last,
everything going off well,
Mr. and .Mrs. T. Drummond left tbis
weok   ror  u   visit with relatives nt
Montreal.
T. M. Roberta has received his commission as a notary public for lbe
province Ibis week.
Tho death of the Marquis of Salisbury, former British Premier, was announced on Sunduy last.
The Leask & Slater sawmill has
been sold to a Brandon firm, the new
owners taking possession on Monday
last.
South Vancouver.—Paris ofrered a
reward for tbe best Idea in moving
sidewalks, and the municipality of
South Vancouver is offering a similar reward, with u difference. In tho
latter case, the wooden sidewalks are
moving so rapidly, by night time,
that whole blocks are being stripped
bare. It Is believed the denizens of
certain sections are using the boards,
for fuel. The district Ib tenanted by,
poor, working people, and there are
many unemployed iu that part. The
city fathers are at tholr wits' end,!
wondering where It will stop, nnd
there is no spare money to replace
tbe stripped sidewalks.
Saturday, September 1
THE SPIRT OF TRUTH: — Even
the Spirit of truth; whom the world
cannot receive, because it seeei.li him
not, neither knoweth him; but y
know him; for he dwelielh with you.
and shall be in you.—-John 13:17,
* *   *   *
Sunday. September *J
WHEN GREAT THINGS SHALL
OCCUR: — Then shall the lame man
leap as an hart, and the tongue of the
dumb shall slug: for in the wilderness shall waters break out, aud
streams in the desert.—Isaiah 36:'
* *   •   *
Monday. September !t
PLATFORM FOR LABOR AND
CAPITAL:—All things whatsoever y
would that men do to you, do ye even
so to them; for this Is the law and tlie
prophets.—Matthew 7:12.
Tuesday. September 4
GOD OVER  ALL:—The eyes of all
wait upon thee.—Psalms 14T»:ir..
*•>**■
Wednesday* September ,"»
THE HEAVENLY SONG: — They
sing the song of Moses the servant of
God, and the song of tbe Lamb, saying.
Grent and marvellous are thy works
Lord God Almighty: just nnd true are
thy ways, thou King of saints— Revelations 15:3.
* *   *   *
Thursduy. September II
AS A MOTHER'S COMFORT:—As
one whom his mother comforteih, so
will I comfort you.—Isaiah 68:13.
* *   *   *
Friday. September 7
A BENEDICTION:—Unto him that
is able to keep you from falling, and
to present you faultless.—Jude 24,
Vancouver.—At the Hge of 57, and
partially disabled as lhe result of war
Injuries. Walter A. D. Carr is enrolling for two special courses at ihe
night classes of the Canadian Extension University here. He is taking
up expert accountancy and applied
publicity and declares he will attain
proficiency in both subjects. In the
same institution two of his sonr, will
take the commercial course. Mr. Carr
contemplates a successful career and
declares that "one Is never too old to
learn, If he has the will." Ho has heen
without educational advantages, but
Is a remarkably well read man and
has acquired a broad self education.
IF  YOUR  PIANO  IS  WORTH
ANYTHING IT IS WORTH
Expert Tuning
Any Oiher Kind Will Ruin It
Alvin E. Perkins
a strictly independent inner,
aud the lies!-recommended man
lu Canada, With B6 years of
valuable factory und other experience, stands for positively
the best lu tlie profession of
lulling and repairing of pianos.
Honesty of purpose and conscientious workmanship, and
strongly endorsed by tbe best
authority in Canada — piano
manufacturers who are positively particular where they put
their signature, as follows:
Morris & Karn Co.
Hclnlzman & Co.
Gourlay Piano Co,
Dominion Piano Co.
Newcombe. Piano Co.
Fletcher Bros.
Gerlmrd Heintsman House,
Vancouver.
Prof. J. D. A. Tripp.      ^
Vancouver.
Mason & Rlsch Co.
And others,
Mr. Perkins will he tn Cranbrook
early In September und nlll
make his regular rails.
ing. After the announcement of the
prizes, when it was discovered that
this time" there were two best ull-
round scouts in camp, the honors for
Uiis coveted position being equally divided between scouts Qordon McKay
and ,Altan Moore. Murray Gibbon then
nnouueed his prize list. Nothing was
forgotten, there were special prizes
for the biggest eater, the loudest snor-
r, tho dirtiest race, tlie laziest and a
good many more.
On Thursday morning, August 16th,
Lhe biggest hoys, along with Murray
Gibbon and Leonard Guddes started
home early lu lhe war canoe, Mr. Petit
Bergenham having come back to camp
specially to condltcl Ihe party. It must
have been, from all accounts, u
splendid trip, a filling end, mul a
thrilling one, io such   a   fine camp.
There were some ten or twelve miles
to paddle down Columbia Lake, and
then leu, miles of the Columbia river
wliero the thrills  were  provided, and
Mini the whole length of Lake Windermere   in   tie   negotiated and tho
whole I rip was untile fn jllsl over 8
hours, The buys left in cump hud tbo
jdu of dismantling tho whole place,
packing up and getting everything
ready fur the arrival of the train in
lhe evening, and I hen. when tliey fi tl •
ally steamed out with all tbo baggage,
the scoutmaster aud "Henry" said
goodbye to the camp ground and trundled home by mad.
The success of this camp was very
largely due lo the two loyal assistants, wlio gave of their best to the
camp, aud were ever ready With encouragement aud inspiration for the
partol leaders. Then these same tent
leaders were a tremendous help. They
put tbe right spirit into their patrols
from the stari, nnd kepi ihem keyed
right up to the mark until tbe very
end or camp. And last, but not least,
the success of the camp depended on
tlie boys themselves (this is a word
from one who knows, the Ssoutmnstor
himself). Tlie camp could nol have
been the greal success it was. or have
provided lhe real good time It did,
had not every single boy determined
to make it a success, ami they must
have dime so. There was the very
finest spirit of brotherhood and scout-
iness throughout the whole ten days,
and I don't believe that anyone really
wanted tn come home at lhe end of it.
There ws keen competition and a
happy spirit about everything, on the
other band there was no grousing, no
breaking  of  discipline,  and   for  this.
every single boy hus his share of re-!
spoiisibiiity, aud It is to be hoped that
He to whom we addressed our pray-!
ers each night und morning around the
Flag, will continue to help us, as I'm !
sure He did every day In camp, to
think wisely, to speak rightly, to ro-'
solve bravely, to act kindly und to live
purely.
Our thanks are due to Mrs. Eric
Smith of Edgewater. aud Mrs. E. M. i
Sandilands of Wilmer for very welcome girts of vegetables, and to Mrs.!
(Jlbbou, Mrs. TunnaeMft'e, Mrs. Taylor, Mra, Hoar, Mrs. Tall, Mrs. Butler-
field, Mrs. Prust, Mrs, fl\ C. Turner.
Mrs. Peters, Miss Bodeckor and Mrs.
Krickson for varied gifts of cake,
candy and fruit.
The financial statemonl of accounts
Mr tho cump is nol ready for publication, but (here will he a deficit again
this year, though nul so large as last
year, and tiie scouts themselves will
have to work again, as before, to reduce Hits, and pul a balance on the
right, side.
It is announced that Rev. E. E.
King will conduct his farewell services for the Baptist congregation on
Sunday next, at the Masonic Hall,
wliere the services are being held
temporarily. Mr, King has filled the
pastorale most acceptably during tlie
absence of Rev, W, T. Tapscott iu the
east, and will return lo Brandon College for the winter, following possibly
a short visit lo hts homo at tiie coast
Mr. Tupseot! may return to ibe city
in lime (o lake Hie services ou the
Oth of next month, or iu any caBe for
the following Sunday, though Mrs.
Tapscott, who bs joined him In the
| nasi, may not return lo Mils clly for a
short tlmo longer.
/?
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Preserving Peaches, Pears & Prune Plums
THK FIRST CAR of tho season has jnsi arrived, ready
for your Flrsl of tbe Month order!
HUM': TOMATOES, for canning, per orate .... $1.75
GREEN PEPPERS, per pound  90c
GREEK TOMATOES, for pickling, per pound .. ,05c
CAULIFLOWER, each 25C »nil .300
PICKLING ONIONS, per pound      . |5c
CUCUMBERS, each  .05eJ and .10c
STRAWBERRIES, por box   20-.-
BLUEBERRIES, only a few left at this price, pet It). .25
BLACKBERRIES, 2 tor  .35c
TRANSPARENT APPLES, per box                    $1.75
CELERY, per pound  15c
All kinds of pickling Spices and vinegar fresh in
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Candy Box
A trial will convince ) tu
that u tastier, more refreshing drink is not procurable.
Our syrups nre all 1" me
mndo from pure frail .
We linve ;i hard lltne keep-
ill}; our candy it sells no fust.
I'KNNl  GOODS
For    The    Children
'/VS.V.V,*.W/A*A*dWJ*AW.*A*A\*.%V%Vb".
NO BETTER GUIDE
as to lhe Food Qualities iu Milk, !n needed
thnn a child's demand for milk — and more
milk.
Many of our Pnlrnns arc receiving
wonderful benefit from adopting   a   Milk
Diet.
NOW IS A GOOD TIME TO TRY IT — ASK YOUR
DOCTOR.
MODEL DAIRY
T. E. AUSTIN, Propr.      ::      t:      li      Phone 4B» Friday, August 31st, 1023
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
PAGE THREE
Kirlii  commodious booths for parlies)
THY 01 It COFFE]
Served Willi (renin
•— Phone 105 —
TO PAY SPECIAL
ATTENTION TO GAME
LAW ENFORCEMENT
Among tlio many blessings which
u benofldenl Providence line showered upon British Culuniliiii, not (lie
least Important is dor wealth of game
animals nnd birds. No other part of
tho civilized world baa audi a variety of big game, birds aud tur-boarers.
The ai.proacl.lug open season promises lo result In thu killing, legitimate
and otherwise, of u larger total ot
game than any Connor season, and (his
year tho government has determined
to enforce fully the game regulations,
which are felt to be at once liberal
and yet strict enough to ensure con-J
sorvation, Al I orney-G eneral Ma nson
hus sent Col. McMullen, chief of the
provincial police, on a tour of organ
izatlpn in connection with the enforcement of the game laws. And the
Minister and members of the Game
Conservation Hoard, li-rough their
statements, are)appealing to the spirit
of folrphjy in sportsmen to protect
the game of British Columbia.
"Hair-Groom"  Keeps   Hair
Combed -Weil-Groomed
Why tlie folks of Elko can get tholr
groceries sent from Calgary cheaper
thnn they can buy them iu town.        |"ay' w,)e1'
a banquet given by the Crnnbrook Club
Why raisins  arc sold  In  Elko ntjin honor or the visit of Miles Hlgley,
36c per packet and in Pernio at two of Spokane, President of District No.
packets for -15c. it.   \ fine program wus curried out,
followed by a delightful dunce and Ihe
came  home  greatly  pleased
| with the trip.—Fernie Free Press.
If a certain business gentleman can ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
tell us where the flies go. I    Vancouver.-—A   number  of  promt--'
.,        .,    7",.    s     .      i   ii nent professional and  business men
Why tho enthusiast who chased ull ' , ■ „  ,    ,
... ... ,  , .Mire exi'liitiigiiig  mini  notes following
the cows into tlie pound  has ceased
his activities and now allows the cow
lo frolic about the streets.
The address  of the  "spotter" who,
paid $12 for two bottles of cold tea,    |vlBltor
Why the water line across tlie river
did not stand the pressure,
'ilom moil i man get my
Who says
money."
Why the old timers aro so much in
lovo with tbo new comers.
Tbe  name  of  the  young  rascal
the departure of two sprightly young
women who thrived here for several
weeks selling subscriptions for
obscure American nrjugnzlne. Thoy
yielded uii u. touching story of their
endeavoring to work their way thru
college, despite lhe fact that both
wero palpably sophisticated and
pasue. The young women made a,
number of visits and raised "loans'
on a pathetic hard luck story. Reports
from Victoria stale that  they paid a
who dared to say boo to an Klko cow,Isimilar visit lo that city.
C
HAIR
GROOM
Keeps Hair
Combed I ioy.
Millions   Use   II —Fine  for   Halrl
—Not Sticky, Greasy or Stlltlly
LOOK
I Mi: HOME OK GOOD
PASTRY
Our Pood mul Borvlcs ar*, Pita
sIiik ii HOI! nf friends.
BOOTHS FOR i.aiiiks
CAFE   ZENITH
I litMllllllll,,
<)|i|«imle c. r
Vice-President Grant Hall
Says Big Crop is Assured
Speaks with enthusiasm of Western Conditions in
light oi twenty-five years* experience—Big
Company   adds   miles  of  new   Rolling
Stock to take care of grain movement
Twenty-five years intimate and
continuous acquaintance with Western Canada would give any mnn
the right to speak authoritatively
of conditions there, and when that
man is Grant Hall. Vice-President
of the Canadian Pacific Railway,
bis views will be accepted without
question wherever published.
Grant Hall has just returned from
a tour of inspection over the line.
Hi has been all through the West
and he returns to Montreal full of
enthusiasm about Western crop
conditions! and quite realizing the
immensity of the task that lies before the railroads in moving this
crop.
It wns agreed that last year's
handling of the crop left no room
fur criticism. The tremendous task
of moving out the gruin was
handled in splendid style by the
railroads, and there is every indication the same thing will happen
this year.    Grant Hall, interviewed
H   bis   return   to   Montreal,   said,   	
"The Canadian Pacific is preparing
tu move the grain and we expect to w. QRAN1  mi i,.   virt-rmMrai al tba
keep   up  to   al!  our   previous  good CanaSlaa PatUU Rail**--.
ids In t«at line." .drought or rust or hot winds, but so
MONUMENTS
CAJfPBBI.L   A   KITl'lllR
MOMSUM.U   CO.
Nelson
It wns fortunate for Canntln that
the company mouths ago decided lo
hugely add to its rolling stock. Tin
Canadian Pacific is this year build
ing Mi engines and 11,01)0 new
freight cars or practically forty
freight trains of fifty enrs each,
enough equipment to have moved
the entire western crop of a very
few years ago This new equip*
ment will be on hand to do its
share of the work tbis year.
Mr Hall makes no prediction as
to the actual yield but of the genii al conditions he says:—"In the
lunn term of years In which I have
watched the development ol the
grain crop 1 feel safe In laying that
never have I been quite so enthusiastic about the prospects Gen*
iMiilly at tbis lime of year there
ere   many   report!  of  damage   by,
CRANBROOK GLEANERS
ANDOYERS
Every Garment sent to ui to be
Cleaned ur Ityed is given
Our Utmost Care.
Our knowledge of the business
Is your BBiurance uf satisfaction
here.   Phone, and wo will call,
or bring us your work.
We Clean aud Dy« Everything.
PHONE   157
fnr we havo had no such reports
and wc are laying our plans to
move the largest crop in the history of the west. My trip has cov«
ered practically nil the grain grow*
Ing west, leaving Winnipeg we went
south to Soarla and through southern Saskatchewan to Shaunavon
and returning to Assiniboia, wo
came back to the main line and followed it to CaIgnry from Mooso
Jaw. At Calgary we visited the
stampede and I should say It was
n pronounced success. Going north
again from Kegiua wc visited Saskatoon and Came tn by the north
line  through   Ilrnndon.
"For uniformity and fine growth
the cropi ure a grent sight and un-
i sumo unlooked-for calamity
overtakes us we shall sue a eplen-
did harvest  this year,'* ... -__J
GEORGE E. BOWER
L.R.A.M., A.R.C.M.,
Huslcsl Director
Cranbrook Huslcsl Boclsty
Tttclisr of Blnclnc, Violin tnd
Piano
PniH.rt.tlon for Musical D»m-
Inatlons
IH AUMSTKONG AYR.
i tW CrsnbrMi, B.C.
MINARD'S LINIMENT
King of Pain
Ikr ','J rttkhk Tltmiffm RhrumatiiM ami Kttttaltia, Sari ttrttt, SkftHlUt Sfnh$t
-l.i.Hi'■ • ■>/ >l«.. i.irl .It.,/ Dnil!'i
RELIEVED TUB PAIN
Mt*. Hurtt TaridniHMii II Tnfilfti St., st Tbomu, irnt. "My pMttimthcr wm
iiil'i' it infliriiiiutiniunil ukiJ tot all t»r (mm my pl.iyiii itr* In **s* to IM drag-
tin, iu|.t Mmiiil'i I uainwni. I -it ulicn un-illiiii an.1 ,|(. IjiJ | iul.il ilui uU iiul,
liul I •■.,.i(ninJ.«il iHiwi.wJit »n I (ot *ruul|li (.iiii.Iii iiiiii wiita IS, Ijnimrm j,*l
i||Ji I iltulii) lir^l Jul r»Jivt()'muvliHir|inml luUrlli.* ijuK.lly n ulicvnt Ihcj.jin."
Minard's  Liniment Company
Umllee
YARMOUTH NOVA SCOTIA
| CRANBROOK CARTAGE & TRANSFER CO.
Towrlss k AtlnniH
Agents for Hard and Soft Coal.   Distribution Can a
Specialty.   Excellent Warehousing.
SAND and GRAVEL
OPPOSITE C.P.B. DEPOT
(It A Ml HOOK, B.C.
P.O. aea IM
Harry Munroe motored
brdnk on Monday.
The big dance "held at the Hotel
Wasa on Saturday evening lust was
a success. The dance was under the
auspices of the Wasa school board.
The music was excellent, although
only two piece—violin und piano—
played by two lady musicians Trom
Cranbrook. The attendance was representative ot almost every section ot
the Bast Kootenay and a real enjoyable time was hud.
Harry Munroe returned from the
Windermere where he spent a few
days ut tlie Sim-lair Hot Springs, also
visiting Banff. The Banff-Winder
mere road is in good condition aitho
lonetdemble portions of the road be
tweetl Waaa and the Wiudermere are
not up to standard, these are being
Improved in places within the Columbia district.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson an!
hildren ot Torrent, were the guests
f Mrs. Ted Swanson over the weekend.
Mr. Alex Gould of the upper Wolf
Creek district wus u business visitor to
Wasa ou Monday.
Mr. Wm. Cook, formerly df Wasa,
MaWJACK IIOI.T
rilOTOI'MY HAS
NOVEL FEATURE
WATER SPORTS ON MOUNTAIN SIDE
Heat waves have no terror for the visitors at Banff. Here the breezes from the encircling inow-
capped ranges ensure a temperate climate, and tho stifling humidity experienced in the lowlands is
unknown in the hills. But, fur all this, even tho?e fortunate in being able to escape to the glorious
Rockies ate glad of the exhilarating dip, and here is seen an Interested group watching the water
sports in the open-air pool attached to Banff Springs Hotel, with towering, white mantied peaks for
an Inspiring background. Inset ia a fair young bather about to plunge into the sulphur pool, which
has made Banff famous, and which affords pleasant bathing in summer and winter.
hut now of the Kimberley mine staff ("TJtREE WISE FOOLS*
was a week end visitor tn Wasa ut the
dance.
Mr. Jack McDonald, 6X-cook, spent
a few days sojourning in ihe hills uf
the BkOOkumchUCk and reports that
the recreation was quite beneficial
After a period of Inactivity extend
ug over 26 years, the Tangier mines
near Revelstoke are again being
operated and will begin shipping this
fall.
Lady Blount, whose wish It is to si
ure for "Spennle" n wealthy wife
and (hits save thorn from financial
illaaster, also nre present, Bul Sir
Spencer has Ideas of his own, and
among the thorns girls who huve como
lo see Pitt off to llio State':. Spennlo
ha-i selected one as his choice for it
wife.
It Is In this tU.itInn, also, thut some
of the big scenes in the picture occur.
among them Holt's woger thut he win
muitil In motion pictures presents toIcatch his tn.ln long utter the entrance
the audience the prlhclpal players of gates have been closed,*—his stop en
tlie production right at the start. This mule to participate In a dire game,
is described by all who havo had pre- and finally, his thrilling pursuit and
VlOWB oi the picture at :■ decided nnv-jcatching of the troln near the end of
olty. Never before his any producltho runway.
tlon so employed this Ideas |   "A   Qentleman   of   Leisure"  is  a
in the station, Jack Holt, playing! comedy-drama, adapted from the stage
Robert WlllougMiy Pitt a young gen-'play by John BtOpletOtl and P. 0,
tlemun of wealth and leisure. Is seen Wodehouso, The supporting cast
bidding Ills friend- goot-by. Sir headed by 8lgrld Holmqulsl Is excep-
Bpencer Deever, nephew of Lord and (Jonatly strong.
Waterloo station, London, one of
the lurgost railroad terminals in the
world. Is the scene ot the opening
episodes (it the Paramount picture,
"A Qentleman or Leisure," starrL.g
Jack Holt, which comes to the Star,
next Wednesday and Thursday,
This  introductory scene, quite  un-j
Jack Holt and Sigrid Holmquisl in the
Paramount Picture *A Gentleman oP Leisure'
Coming to Ue War Tkeaire, Neat Wed. and Thurs., Sept. 6 and tl.
her father, falsely  imprisoned on a
VIVID PICTUKIZATIOS        forgery charge, escapes in a jail-break
OF CM ll! M   IMI   UM'FU   Btage<J  hy olher cor,vfcls- she drags
■he three men into seme dramatic aud
buspenalve action which    gives    the
King Vidor has gone his own record : vlctnn its htB human moments.   The
as an original and lorltlstlc motion jall-brcak, by the aid of an armr^ured
picture  director  one  be'.ter  through I motor tar, fs spectacular in tho ei-
hls direction  of  bis  first Qoldwyn treme.
photoplay, "Three Wise Fools." frcm Tlit, ,v.t )rj; peen selected with tbe
Austin Strong's popular stage play greatest nicety. Eleanor Boardmau
which was produced by John dolden | wpeata tbo success she won lu "Souls
It will he shown p-or .s,,i(.." Claude QUlingwoter re-
and Saturday. 1 peaui hit stage impersonation <rf the
It has the | [oreable Findlfcy. Wm. H. Crane and
Alec Francis are always reel and ap-
i ! .
and Wlnchell Smith
at  the Stur. Prii
Soptember 7th a:
reality in character and ln situation
the charm and the feeling for romance uml atmosphere which Vidor
gets Into all of his pictures. True,
ho had these qualities to work with
iu tho play, but he has enlianced and
developed them, giving episodes and
sequences which tho stage version had
necessarily io omit The plctureplay
Is one to cherish; u will repay repeated visits, i company with a capitalization of
Tho story concerns three old men I $100,000, This makes the third c»m-
wIhi had been In love with, und re- pany of tbe kind that has been found*
jected by. the same woman in their led within five we**ks. Tht* company
youth, <in Iter death she Paves her will .-'•ck to supply the American and
laughter in th: ir charge, and she Is, British Columbia markets, and an-
loon the center ni ihelr lives. When noince cut rate*.
 „_____^_____ I
pealing as his cronies.
•Three Wise Fools" Is one of tiie
best of the season's photoplays aud
will entertain persons of the moat
diversified tastes.
New   Westminster.*—Japanese  cannery    men    have organized   another
Order from Any Government Vendor
A LIGHT) dear, amber-colored
^* beverage, as refreshing und
appetising as tho finest beer
shituiii in*, it-* consistent purity is assured by scrupulous
eara given i» thu method or
brewing.
This advertisement is not
published or displayed by
the I.iqitor Control Board
or hy tho Government of
British Columbia. nu rom
TUG  CRANBROOK   IIEIULI)
Friday, August «H 1»2»
metbodist Clwrcft
KEV. B. C. FltEEJlAN, Pastor
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 2
The United Congregations of (he Methodist and Presbyterian Churches will Worship ln the Presbyterian
Church on Sunday next. September 2
Rev. E. W. McKay willconduct the Services
MORNING SERVICE 11 a.m.
12.15 p.m. Sunday School
EVENING SERVICE 7.30 p.m.    UNITED CHOIRS
We will be glad to see you.Slrangers please wait to get
acquainted.
St L'atlicrlijjs. 0!tt.—Sovoro wind .
Btorms swept tliis district on Hie 21st
lust, oauslng couBtderable damage, I
In u lurge niiiiibcr of orchards trees
wore blown down and many complete- j
ruined.
Atlantic City.—Negotiations for a
new wuKo contract in tin- hard con!
Industry ended abruptly triduy leaving unrelieved the prospect ot a
suspension or hard coal mining in tlio
United states on Sept. 1st
DISTRICT FORESTER
REVIEWS FIRE SITUATION
IN THE DISTRICT
Expense   ol    Handling Forest
Flros Has Diminished
Greatly
baptist Church
PASTOR  W.  T.  TAPSCOTT
—•— • | •f*S><t1'*,^>4)<>*<I,+4,**S),("f*T*
COMMUNICATION
SUNDAY, SEPT. 8
Morning Service 11 a.m.
"FIUEMISHIP"
Sunduy School  Ill noun
Evening Service 7.30 p.m.
"THE NECESSITY
OF CHRIST"
This  will  be   Mr.   King's
Farewell  Service
SERVICES HEED
In
MASONIC TEMPLE
ERNEST E. KINK,
Acting  PaBlor.
* **** * * * **■:• *t •'.- * * * * * * * * * * * * *
(The columns of tho lleruld  ure
open for the publication of letters of
genera] interest, when accompanied
by tlie signature of die writer, not
necessarily for publication, Tiie ller-
| ale] in no way associates itself, however, with the views any published
letter may express. I
To the Editor of The Herald
Cranbrook, it.t'.
Sir::
Tho Presbyterian Witness is lirouil-
castliiK iis church union editorials,
in advance, all over Canada. Will you
tlioroforo kindly pormll a tow words,
first nn the witness, tli i Its Blato-
llls
Hire
lit
llli
csliyie
111!
During n
Tlio Witues
rias Church
dollars, and has Urns helped lo cause
  ,   the deficit in lior Mission funds.   Au-
 ■ [oilier factor   in   dial deficit   is   the
+*t+,H.m***-*****.w**w-v' ntttemptod coen ion. mlscallotl "union"
There are many who will not Rive to
PROFESSION Al CARDS
Phone 810
P.O. Hri US
B. A.
M00RH0USE
A.ME.I.C, & B.C.L.8.
PBOT.
LAND SURVEYOR
Office •
Armstrong Ave.
Cranbrook
.      •      .     ll.C.
fDK. W.A.FEUUi I)
DENTIST
Campbell-Manning Block
I       Phoie 17.    Ofllce Ueors
] I to li, 1 lo li p.m.  Hats.
J IE   t
Hock  (
mi     J
• to I. t
Drs. Green & MacKinnon
Musicians and Surgeons
Office at residence,  Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICE HOURS
Afternoons   2.00 to 4.00
Evenings   7.30 to 8.30
Sundays   2.00 to 4.00
CRANBROOK, B.C.
DB. F. D. MILES
DEMIST
OFFICE HOURS
• to 11 a.m.     1 to I p.m.
Hanson Blk., CRANBROOK, B.C.
F. M. M A C P 11 E It >! O N
Undertaker
Phono MO
Rorkary lie, next to Clly Hall
LOOSES AND SOCIETIES
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meets In the
G.W.V.A. Hall
afternoon of the
first Tuesday at
3 p.m.
All ladies are
cordially Invited
President!   Mrs. F. Conslantlne.
See-Treasureri  Mrs. S. TarM.
Up io Aiimisl 1 the decrease in the
number of torobt fires, am', attendant
cost of fighting thorn, In the East
Kootenays, is almost 400 per eont.,
compared witli lust yeur, according
to Norman Moore, district forester, of
i-anbrook.
The expense in connection with the
handling of forest fires this year has
boon practically nil. except tor the
salaries of tho patrolmen. Only one
rlous blaze has been encountered so
far. This wus at Lumberton toward
ibe cud of July, when a crew of 120
men wero busy for two days preventing tlio spread of flames that broke
jut in about COO acres of slashings in
:n area operated on by tlie It.C.
Spruce Mills Company at that point.
The two gasoline pumps supplied by
llio forestry department did great
work at tills fire, one of them throwing n stream through u thousand feet
of hose, and the other bundling a
stream through 800 feel. In this fire
no merchantable timber wus touched
mil the fire was handled by lhe firm's
.■wu employees for the nuiBt part.
Although tho output of sawn lumber In the Enst Kootenay forestry
listrict tills year may bo as much us
10 million foet less than lust year,
llio to an Increased cut of ties and
mine props, the value of the year's
torostry output will, most likely,
equal iho figures of 1922, according
to Mr. Moore.
Last year Eust Kootenny sawmills
had u total output ot 108,000,000 feel,
and had it not been for the later opening season experienced this year,
alone, with u more acute labor shorl-
ago, that figiiro would huve heen
equalled this season.
For the first tlmo In some yearH
there is ii decided improvement In
tlie prairie lumber market, which Is
Inking a considerable quantity of
lower grade lumber for granary and
such like construction, and Is leaving
tho niillnien the better grades, for
h the Eastern Canada und U. S.
demand Is excellent.
If present market conditions ure
maintained, available stocks will be
'etiy well depleted before the end of
llio year, and rl^ht now it looks us If
the present whiter will be a vory
busy one in the woods, absorbing
considerable of the oxtru labor thnt
will come into Alberta to help with
harvest work iu that province.
WINDERMERE
DISTRICT NOTES
(Special to lhe Herald)
Invenuere, B.C., Aug. 25.—The first
tryout of tlie new course oi tlie Inver-
moie   lion1 mul   Country   Club   wus
; attempt
i of par-
iTiiirs,  Willi  mis-
home    ptteouu
> retain their na-
Wltuees,   under
tttkeB tlie crown of doi'y from Chrhit,
leaves men only un example and robs
them of tin almighty Saviour. Further, for the so Lulled elders in the
.New Church there nro no ordination
vows of any kind wha'soever. And
yet the Wltnemt tells that the New
church is Presbyterian.and that al'
things will be tho same as they now
are.
As 11) the Witness1 statement on
I'i lity. or government—many thinga
might Im noted.    1 mention two.
First:—Tlie Presby'eriau Church ia
iho people. U is not a corporation.
Some of its boards are Incorporated
lor convenience iu holding and managing trust funds, but these boards
have no Independent powers, Thoy
i.ro Biibjoet tu the Church courts, to
tho Assembly; while the church itsol,".
us an organization, in not incorporated. The people are the Church, and
thu church courts exist to serve tho
i Innvh within Ibo clearly deMlied limits or Iter constitution, having no
rlghl or power to blol out or end tho
church ns a separate organization,
On tho other hand lhe proposed
Now Church would be Itself a corpo
ration. Lta church courts ure tho
church, and huve corporate powers.
This is o long, long step from demo-
iT.ir.v to autocracy, from government
by tlio people to Irresponsible clerical
despotism.
A second point iu the polity of the
new church is the calling and settle
ment of ministers, A Presbyterian
congregation can call a minister when
ready   to  do   so;   und  the  matter  is
i. o. o. r.
KEY Cm LODGE, No. M
Hon every
.Monday tight at
 |Tbe Auditorium
Sojourning Odd Fellows are cordially Invited.
j), O,      -      -      It. h. Burtcb
Bee. Bee.    E. O. Dlngley, P.O.
the Church so long us there I:
to blot out thai church by ;u
lliunent.
Ill   this  slate of
slonarles    sending
appeals for means t
tlve   workers.   I lie
official direction, Instead of bending
mndo lust week. Those who took pari j"" its energies lo the removal of tliat
speuk   In   encouraging terms   of'the  deficit,  and  to  helping  the  church
grdunds. The locution is to the south , which bus expended upon it so great>arranged for them liy the local preset the townsitc and much closer Iii a """• ls "elng devoted to the coer- j |,ytery. If tlio minister accepts tin
than the old course. It also presents p'011 which is bringing to the church I coll—well. If uot they enn at once
the advantage of being owned outright j nothing but ill. bringing deficit, divl-1 proceed to call another. They can
hy the lnvermere Oolr club. Limited, 8l0" nni1 distrust, and which, ooutin- ] ](.ltll ,..in aml ,.1,0030 their minister,
and will thus be a greater encourage- ued, will bring disaster. |    |„ |],0 proposed New Church Ihey
ment for the making of permanent J,u>' ' now turn from the Witness .,.„„ g|V8 ., ,.;,n ;„ ., certain time of
Improvements. The field is rather'10 Its. statements regarding tlie doc-
more broken than In the old course. ilri"° nnd policy of the proposed New
Work has been going ou on this uu- Church. As to doctrine the Witness
dertuking (or two seasons now and It claims that thoro is full' and ample
may take another year to bring lt up statement of christian truth in the
to the hoped for standard. N'ine holes 1 basis of union. But the Witness omits
constitute the round und pur is In the I to stato that no one is pledged to
neighborhood of fifty. acceptance of lhat basis ot union. In
— the Presbyterian Church, both min-
Major nnd Mrs. Moffatt of Ferub j i6tere am] eMerB| ,„ lMr ordination
spent a long holiday nt tlio Lake Win-1 VOWBj mo(ess ,„ accept the standards
dermere bungalowmat. |0( tll0 Presbyterian Church ns "found-
pi large number of Cranbrook peo- ed °," aml "Weeable to the Word of
pie ure tripping In and out through] God" and promts
the district backwards and forward
to Bnnff over the new highway.
— stand in relation to Scripture Truth.
Colonel J. S. Dennis, chief conimls- j But in the proposed New Church
sioner of colonization of the C.P.R. at the ordination vows of ministers matte
Montreal, together with Miss Dennis.'no reference whatever to lhe basis of
William Penrce ot Calgary nnd M. E. union or to Us doctrine. In the first
Thornton, superintendent of agencies,!draft of tliat basis, there was, among
the ordination vows, one question, us
follows:—"Do  you believe llio  slnte-
moul of doctrine of tha united church.
us yen understand it. lo bo agreeable
lo the teaching of the Holy Scriptures
and is your own personal faith in es
1/ilei
"faithfully to ud-
liere thereto." The people thus know
1 where    their    ministers    and    elders
motored ln hero over the ItantT-vVtn-
dermere road and out hy way of Golden.
— The
Knights of Columbus
will meet In tbe
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
HALL $
EVERY* THIRD SUNDAY,       *
at 0 p.m. f
Fresh Milk St Whipping Cream
20c HALF 1'IM
If not ntlsBed will return tbe
C GODDEH1H
8nb TeL
"The Hook", tlie lively Vancouver
weekly edited by J. S. Cow'per, which
iH being sued for ? 150,000 damages by
Morton Gregory following its expose-
i.re of the alleged frauds in the promotion of the Gregory Tire and Rub
her Co., wants to know why the
policy of patronizing B.C products
does not apply to the Vancouper Exhibition which bus imported u lady
singer from Portland und a chorus
lender from Tacoma, while better locul talent, is available.
In the second of a series of articles
on "What's wrong with B.C." the editor condemns tlu* campaign to put
more immigrants on the land, on the
ground that Ihe cities do not yet provide u Bufflcienl market to make farming profitable in B.C. He says thai
wo need industrial development, to
provide payrolls in the cities, and this
can only be achieved by opposing tbe
preaeill policy dictated by the interlocking directorate of tho manufacturers, tho C.P.H. and tho bunks ta
hold hack industrial development In
British Columbia.
Nelson board of trade has written
the Creston board pointing out the
desirability of having a tourist camp-lsentlal agreement therewith7"
site put in by the forestry department i that <i,uestioii was droppod. And so
in tbe Kuskanook section. The whole the proposed New Church stands for
matter was investigated recently by!no system of religious truth. It would
Norman Moore, district forester, und hi' a wide open door for every system
Nelson board will be advised that Mr. of error that might choose to claim
Moore has promised to favorably pre-,support from Scripture as all errors
sent the ease to the department, and.do. r'!'
soon as  Victoria  authorizes con-1    Especially in these days would  it
st ruction he will start work. be an open door to Unltar'anlsm wliich
the year, when the settlement committee meets, but the appointment
rests with tliat settlement committee,
nt a distance, which meets once a year
and can appoint whom it may choose.
If tlie one wljo is called does not ac
cept the call, the settlement commit'
tee appoints some one for at least a
year. Next year the congregation
may call again and may ho served In
;i similar way. The rule of the New
C;.urcb is 'is follows:—Any pasto
ral charge, in view of a vacancy, may
extend a call or invitation to any
properly qualified minister .or ministers, but the right of appointment
shall rest with the settlement committee, which shall report to the
conference for information only."
Presbyterians can both call a; id
choose their ministers, ln the New
Church thoy may call hut thoy have
to take what the settlement committee
sends ihem. And yet the Witness
tells people that, tbe new church is
Presbyterian, and tliat there would be
no change.
Oilier points might bo noted, but
lliese suffice to show the spirit and
type of the New Church. Presbyter-
i nn who would barter for it their
own church, world-wide, democratic.
Scriptural and free, would be selling
their glorious birthright for a yoke
i r ecclesiastical bondage.
E. SCOTT
Montreal, Augtisl 20th, 1923.
YOUNG LAI>Y HIKERS
WALK OVEK NKW BOAT)
ON WAY TO CALIFORNIA
S (Special to The Herald)
Pretty, petite and naive are words
which describe Mlsa Rose Lee and
Miss Marian Hogg of New York,
These two young travelers, like others
who followed the forty-niners, are on
ibeir way to the golden fields of California, They ure doing a prolonged
hike of their own. Leaving New York
early In July they are bound for Los
Angeles, California, where they will
spend the winter and next summer
tliey will return lo their homes in the
manner whence they came, only via a
southern route. The rules of the bike
are (hut they are to carry their requirements in a knapsack and move
along lu any way that offers except
that they are uot to use a railway
train. Adhering strictly lo these rulos
tliey went from New York lo Chicago,
trom Chicago through Iowa and Molilalia up lo Curds tot) i Alia; thence on
lo Calgary, Uaiiff, Luke Louise; over
Hie Ban IT* Windermere ami ou down
to that haven or rest beside the still
waters at the C.P.H. Lake Winder-
mefe Camp. After a oue night rest
here they left on toot for the smith
Intending to visit Cranbrook, then on
through Kingsgate, Spokane, Health1,
and the const cities until Los Angeles
would he reached.
cent municipalities, with more than
one political fetripe revresented 'by
thoso who attended.
Following it program of sports, tie
crowd gathered round the speakers'
rostrum and listened to forceful messages from Dr. S. P, Tolmle, M.P. for
Victoria; W. J. Bowser, lender of the
Conservative opposition; C. H. Dickie,
Conservative member for Nannimo; R,
M. Maltland, preslde'it of the B. C.
Liberal-Conservative association and
others.
SCIENCE OF LIFETIME KICKED TO DEATH
L. D. Cafe
(Little Davenport)
Wbu you wish something good
to eat (o to the "L.D."
OUB   FBICEI   ABE    BIOHT
DEPOT ROOMS
VAN HOBNK ST.  Opp. Station
New Building
Nicely Furnished
Wlicn in Town Slop Here
Kwong Cliong
LAUNDRY
11 Armstrong Avenue
Opposite W. D. Bill's
Hirst CUM Work Oiunoteed.
Ksinlillsheil 1898 Phono 114
Geo. R. Leask
l'lOMKElt milMlKB
AND   CONTRACTOR
Cabinet Work.  Picture Framing
Estimates given on
all classes of work
Ofllce: Corner Norbnrr Avenue
and Edwards Street
Montana Restaurant
Meals at AU Hoars
Cigars* Cigarettes and Candles
Cranbrook Ht    -    Phone Ml
Opp. Bank o! Commerce
A   Mpl-*»n   ""ul   i
.li   vti'.uit—iliui.ti.   tfiutic*.   nun   lllOH   lr.mil11 -   n'lcmlttl   111**   upi'iutiu   ul   ilil
..lyint'n Kivcr Bungalow Cump
Niplgon biook foul, world'* record, 14 Vj Hit.
even better.   Several years ayo Dr. J. W. Cook, of
HE Nipigon River, which empties into Lake Su-iuvuu u-Jtier. »<*y*H*t. gvuia uuo mi< u. u. uuui*., m
perior 65 mflet east of Port Arthur, has been fort William, Ont, caught the world's record speckled
...    «._*... .. .* m„....,     ..,       .__ ... i. 4t..  trout in this stream while fishing with a live minnow.
called the "Aristocrat of Troutdom," because it is the
world's greatest trout stream. In its 40 mile rush
from Lake Nipigon to Lake Superior, it drops 260
feet and in the cold "white water" of its rapids and
at the foot of its numerous falls square-tailed,
speckled brook trout grow to incredihlc size and give
the angler the battle of a lifetime. Five and six
pound trout are common and the first one caught
after the new bungalow camp built hy the Canadian
Pacific was opened on the Nipigon River, weighed six
and one-half pounds. Last summer W. C. Luebbert,
editor of the Scientific Angler, caught one weighing
six and three-quarters pounds and four which together tipped the scales at ten pounds. Every day
each member of his party of three caught ten pounds
of trout, the legal limit of Ontario's fishing laws.
Lucbbcrt's big one, mounted by the Ojibway Indian
guides on a framed piece of white birch bark, waB
two feet long.
-   Bat bit aa then trout were, the Nipigon has done
This "granddaddy of them all" weighed fourteen and
one-half pounds, was more than two and a hulf feet
long and eleven and one-half inches across.
One day Senator Frye, of Maine, told Prof. Louis
Agassiz, the noted naturalist, that he had often
caught brook trout weighing four or five pounds.
Agassiz replied that there wero no real speckled frout
of thnt size. Whereupon Frye caught u five pounder
and sent it to the professor with the query: "Professor, what kind of a bug is this?"
"The science of a lifetime kicked to death by a
dead fish," was Prof. Agossiz's humble reply,
Among the famous men who have caught big trout
on the -Nipigon were Theodore Roosevelt, James
Bryce, the Prince of Wales nnd Rev, Dr. Henry Van
Dyke, Now that the new Canadinn Pacific bungalow camp with its central club house surrounded by
rustic hungalows is nt the service of fishermen and
theii funulien Niplgon promises to be more popular
than ever.
GOLDEN SEEKS UOAl>
TO CONNECT WITH BANIT-
WINDERMERE HIGHWAY
7TR
Every Meal
Havo a packet in your
pocket for over-ready
refreshment.,
Aids digestion.
Allays thirst.
Soothes the throat.
For Quality, Flavor and
the Sealed Paekaie,
(0t
^RAVOR LASTS
GOLDEN.—An effort is being made
here to realize the ambition of local I
citizens to connect Up tiie automobile
highway with tho Banff-Wiudermere
road and thus make a direct run
through to Calgary. The road building contractor hus taken over the
work und has commenced operations;
on a small portion of the road nllotod
for building,
The work that this contractor will
do, traverses the worstportiini of the
14 miles which B.C. has to build and!
the amount of the tender should run
about one third of the entire cost.
The new road is part of the tlolden-
Voho Park highway and will provide
another wonderful scenic highway in
tho province.
Cranbrook Cottage Hospital
(Licensed by Pro?. Goft.)
Maternity and General Nursing
Terms Moderate
MIES. A. CHAWFOBD,  Matron.
Garden Avenue      -  Phone 169
FRAME'S BREAD
IS GOOD BREAD
His Pies, Cukes and Paa-
try   can   not  be  beaten.
THE HOME BAKERY
Phone S'<*      •      Xurbury Ave.
HUGE CONSERVATIVE
RALLY AT VICTORIA IS
ATTENDED BY 0,000
Agout fi.OOO citizens of Victoria re-j
cently took part in one of the mostj
successful political demonstrations i
the city hns ever witnessed.   The oc-
iton was u Ci;i..cr\ativc picnic,
which, Initiated as nn outing tor
members of the party and their families, converted itself into a tremendous community celebration of what
was felt to he tho rising fortunes of
the Melghen-Bowser forces.
Willows Beach, where the vicnlc
wus held, was apparently the terminus of every road in Victoria and the
surrounding district, for people
crowded into the enclosure from all
parts of the city and the three ndja-
Canada
Locks to
Pacific
Canada Looks to Pacific
Pacific Milk hns assumed a
high Importance In the milk industry of Canada. It ls now
quite generally recognized as the
highest quality canned milk put
up. And aside from its richness
and purity, the splendid milk is
not Impaired through the improved process used In canning
It. British Columbia Is coming
to the front rapidly ns a dairying country.
Pacific Milk"Co., Ltd.
llrad OMn, fintonw, IU'.
PwtorlM (I AbholHlord and Uilnnr.
JOHN OARD
PAINTER &
PAPERHANQER
Full Due of Wall Paper
Ih Stock.
Store, Hanson Avenue
Phone 409 >t til hour*
n:\MmnoK   -   .   .   B.C.
Milk and Cream
DIRECT FROM
Big Butte Dairy Farm
I HONK  10
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
CIIAMlltOOK THAIS TIMES
SO (i; DAILY—To Nelson, Vancouver,
Spokane etc Arrive 1!.10 >.m. leave
12.20 p.m.
SO. IIS DAILY—Tu Fernie. Uthurldie,
Medicine Hut, Culi&ry, etc Arrive
t.10 p.m.i leave 4.20 p.m.
Cninlirook, MjrlliVr, Klmlrerler Service :
Su. 828—Leave 7.05 n.m. So. 824—Ar-
rlvo 2.10 p.m.
Crnnbrook, Lobe Windermere and
liolilen Service
Monday uml Thursduy, each week
-Ml. Ml, lonvo 9 a.m.     Wednesday
and Saturday—SO. Sit arrive 3.30 p.m.
For furilior purtlculars apply to any
tloket agent
.1. R PROOTOR,
TMstrli't I'asneUKer Agent. Oalgarr
TliiB advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor
Control. Board or by tho Government of Britiib. Calunibi-v, Friday, August SM, 1928
THE CRANBROOI HERALD
PAGE FIVE
KIMBERLEY and WYCLIFFE
INTERESTING ITEMS CONCERNING HAPPENINGS IN AMI AUDIT THE BUSY TOWN- ON THE NORTH BRANCH, WHERE MINING, LUMBERING AMI FARMING INTERESTS ARE SUPREME.
' When using n
WILSON'S
FLY PADS
READ   DIRECTIONS
fc\   CAREFULLY AND,
■£,$> .FOLLOW THEM '
"C,.~SS)    EXACTLY/
Best of nil Fly Killers 10c
per Packet nt nil Druggists,
Grocers nnd General Stores
♦♦♦•j.**********************
I       KIMBERLEY       f
J     NEWS NOTES     f
Brown'a Htiiffo leaves Kimberley
morning and afternoon for Cranbrook.
Enquire at Dimor's Cafe. 15tf
Mr. 0. B. Allon, of Sau Francisco,
represent.ur tho Mineral Separation
Oo, of America,, wan in Kimberley ou
Wednesday of this week
Jones & Doris, Cranbrook contractors, will be pleased to estimate ou
tlu.r new building. 15
List
Bros.
your   property   with
Martin
15
There will  probably   be  tbo usual
shortage of High School books again jashort holiday
this year.     Place your order al once
with  the  Cranbrook   Drug and   Hook
Co. 26-27
The teaching staff of the Kimberley public school for the ensuing term
will consist of the following: Mr. F.
Irwin, Nelson; Miss A. V. Stevenson,
Vancouver and Miss Ruth Fox. Trail.
Order your High School books at
tho Cranbrook Drug and Book Co.
26-2'f
Mrs, 0. C. Thompson has had the
misfortune to low her fox terrier,
"Dixie" some place between Lumb-
lon and Crauhrook. Despite efforts
lo locate tho lost pet. It had not been
heard of up lo Thursday,
Beforo deriding ou that new building or thnt repair work* Bee Ueo. It.
1/onsk, the rioneer Builder or Kim
barley and Cranbrook, IStf
Mr. and Mrs. It. A. Smith of y.oyie
were visitors at the C. A. Footo home
on Sunday lust.
Club Cafe, Cranbrook, commodious,
Clean, comfortable, l&tf
Win. Atigove of Kimberley, who lias
been on construction work at the new
mill since last fall, and may now take
on work Inside the new concentrator,
wlas In tbe city for a short time on
Saturda) last, on his way lo hts home
at Summer.ami, where he Is spending
For those School Shoes see A. Mel*
lor. He carries the kind that lost   27-
Chief Congdon is a busy man thee*
days, keeping things running as near
ly according to Hoylo as possible. On
Wednesday he brought befoxo Justice
of tho Pence T. J. Summers a Mr. Ru-
blcli. charged with disturbing the
peace at Dimor's Cafe. After pleading guilty the defendant was fined
$25, On a similar charge Mr. Kup-
ack was fined $10.
Mr. R, W. Palmer, representing the j
House of Hobberlln, will be at C. A.'    Time -*et
Foote's  store.  Thursduy.   .September We are offerlng^some special bargahis
13th. 27
Mrs. ti. Morley was able to return
to her home ut Kimberley last weekend, much benefited from her stay
at the hospital as a patient,
I'll meet you at the Club Cafe, Cranbrook. 15tf
The sporting editor of the Lethbridge Herald states thai he has
learned from Jas. Ben tile, the Tex
Rlckard or boxing promoter of the
Crow's Neal Pass dim he had 110
rounds of teal fighting lined up for
Cninlirook, Sept; UL'. Hill Dubrey, of
Kimberley will tight    Air Lewis or
Kitchener 10 rounds- Don McDonald
of Forilie will appear in the main
event nnd be will have an an opponent a hig Swede flash, "lied" ..arson
of Kimberley. This is slated to go 12
rounds, Ted Suiirs of Fernie will box
Freil Benham of Creston,
Kimberley $1.50 single, $2.50 return
from the Brown and Morley stag*
ofllce. Parcels called for aad delivered in Kimberley     Phone 531.      tf
The new jull was opened on Thursday, when Chief Congdon moved over
his ofllce to the new building. Who
will be the first in?
Morning and afternoon trips to
Kimberley from Brown & Morley's
Stage office opposite Kootenay Oarage
Phone 031 tf
, Mr. and Mrs. MacLeod White of the
Sullivan Hill returned on Tuesday
from a very pleasant two weeks* trip
through the Banff Windermere district taking In Calgary and Fernie on
the return journey. Mr. and Mrs.
White were accompanied by Mr. j
White's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. V.
White, the former being the manager
of the Silversmith mine at New Delve r.
SHIPMENTS OF OKE TO OUTPUT FROM NEW WIN-
THE TRAIL SHELTER;      DEB ME RE CREAMERY
                      i    DOES NOT MEET DEMAND
Following is a statement of ore re-' 	
celved at the Trail Smelter during the! Karniers  Being   Elll'ouraged  to
period August 15th to 2lst inclusive.
Nam* of Mine and I^ocality. Tons
Alamo Mill, Alamo, B.C. (lead) ..    -IT
(zinc)  ..    45
Black Rock, Northport, Wash. ..    251
OreBent, Greenwood. B.C     3
Bsperanza, Alice Arm. B.C     5
Galena Farm, Silverton, B.C. (zinc) 40|-t*|,B
I'.imutrt* More Extensively
in Dairying;
I lead)
Knob Hill,  Republic, Wash.,      108
Imio Pine Surprise, Republic, Wn. DIB
Noonday, Sandon, B.C. tt    5
Paradise, l-ake Windermere, B.C.   32
Quilt).  Republic,  Wash    40B
Silversmith.  Sandon,  B.C.   (lead)   244
(zinc)   33
Company  Mines       3731
(Special to The Herald)
lnvermere. B.C.. Aug. 25.—The first
lommeroial   run   of ice   cream was
made ut the local creamery last week.
lemand for the butter they mun-
ufactur
the oil'
get     il     :
keep   ll
is greater than the supply,
slight   impediment   being   to
uNlcietii   supply  of  cream   to
with the requirements.    By
Total
5185
wear Canvas Shoes,
some
in these.     A. Mellor.
27tf
When Tou Think of Insurance
— Call Up —
BEALE & ELWELL
I'linne 20     ::     Cranlironk
Sole Agents Dor Klnilirrlry Townslte.
Dimor's Cafe
KIMBEBLEY
— Open Day and Night —
Yuu will Enjoy your Meals at
thla Cliff
Our Servlrc Ib Prompt anil wa
always try lo please.
ICE  CKEAM - SOFT  DRINKS
Light  Refreshments
Kilt SUPERIOR
Dry dinning Pre«»lng
HrinilrlnK * Laundry Work
M- F. LUELLEN
Box »; : KIMBERLEY .
We coll for and deliver goods
Satisfaction  Guaranteed
AWJuwWkrkrWttWtYeWfry
IJ    Morrison & Burke
' *S  Healer*. In Coal and Wood
;£       TRANSFER WORK DOM:
Ja    Tell your wives and tell your
a" friends
'MWJVMI
TIRES=TUBES=TIRES
30 x 3 1-2 Tires  -  $10.00 each
We sell all Leading Makes of Tires and Tubes.
We Repair any size of Tire, Cord or Fabric
There Is 110 (Toll (oo Large, ami no Jolt too Small.
Oil.
AtTtiSSORIKfl
GASOLINE
Wilsons Vulcanizing Works
OPPOBITD MQUOR STORE CRANBROOK, B.C.
Wednesday evening Kimberley mines were paid a visit by soveral olfl-
ctals of the ('. P. R. and tlie Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co. Tlie
party Included Mr, Melanin, vice-president, C.P.R., O. P. Stevens, usslBt-
unt freight tralllc manager, Winnipeg, W. B. Bamford. district freight
agent, Nelson, J. J, Warren, president of (lie Consolidated company, A.
aVfcCUsloch, superintendent, jKettle
Valley Rallay, Penticton, T. R. Flett,
C. P. II. superintendent, Cranbrook.
The party wns Bhown over the
mine by Mr, E. O, Montgomery, tlie j
superintendent. On Thursday thoy!
left via tlie Kootenay Central for
Golden.
Anyone considering taking life insurance should consult Martin Bros., I
Cranbrook:    They are District Agents
! for Canada's largest life company, and ,
have specialized in that business for
fifteen years. 15tf
|   Thursday of last week marked another milestone in the history of the
! milling development of the Kootenay
' when the machinery of tho new eoa-
Centrfttor of the Consolidated Mining
\& Smelting Co. ai Kimberley was set
j fn motion on its trial run.     To such
[a high standard has the construction
J and  Installation    of   tho machinery
i been carried on, thai since the stall
; last week no stop   has   been    made.
'Considering the iiagnitude of the undertaking,    the    results obtained are
extremely gratifying to the company
( and  those tn charge of Us interests,
j On Tuesday morning the first train
,iof fifteen  airs pulled    out    from the
'concentrator loaded    with    lead and
( zinc concentrates for Trail.    At present   the  concentrator  is  running at
aboni one-third capacity,     lt is understood thai more men will be put on
LU »0U as  possible    lo    Increase the
'output at the mine.   The construction
of the new mill building is not yet ft-
nally completed in some respects, but
j will he this fall.
will  he this fail.   R. W. Diamond, of
j Trail, superintendent,    and   W.   H.
Hanney metallurgist, are the officials
In  charge of tho concentrator.
I Knickers that are just the thing for
! Ihe hoy to wear to school are being
| offered   at    reasonable prices at A.
FORMER LOCAL S.A.
OFFICER ALMOST LOSES
HIS WEDDING GIFTS
The following item from the Vancouver Province refers to the Capt.
Ede of the Salvation Army, who was
formerly a resident of Cranbrodk:
Miss V. Ede, 315 Georgia street
west, was the victim of a wierd adventure on Saturday night, according
to a report made by her to the police.
On Thursday, her brother. Captain
Ede of the Salvation Army and his
bride were the recipients of a number
of present from friends. On Suturday
a Chinaman Is said lo have called at
reason of this demand for more cream
when coupled with the bountiful supply or buy harvested there is every
likelihood that the Windermere district will take on its true character
as a mixed farming but more especially a dairying part. Already the
tendency to increase the production
along these lines is being shown by
the number of slloa which are being
erected by the farmers.
Special stress was emphasized by
the Agricultural Association at the
fair on today by them doubling up on
the money offered us prizes for dairy
cattle and putting up a handsome
silver cup as well for special competition.
I THE I
I  Otis Staples Lumber Co.,
! Limited
Manufacturers all Kinds of Lumber |
Pine, Fir, and Larch
SLAB WOOD
SPECIAL ATTENTION LOCAL ORDERS
HIGH CLASS MILL WORK
Enquiries Promptly Dealt With
MILL OFFICE & YARD
Wycliffe, B.C.
+* **»,** *+*:•* ***** -:
:***+****+*+*+**4+**+++++++.i.
Mrs. B, W. MacKay  and daughterFI\£ CHARITY PAGEANT
Miss Praser returned from their Ko-
tenay Lake summer camp on Thur
day.
O. E, Pr agnail, Inspctor of Indian
agencies, from Kamloops, has been
In the city on business for the past
week
Delatiey & SltClalr have arranged a
ery attractive window   for   the gun
the Ede home, and. announcing that I enthusiasts.        An   artificial     pond
he had "come for Ihe presents" pro- with some decoys floating round nni-
duced a piece of paper on which the ** " |ook v'orv enticing,
address was written, and proceeded i
to enter the house. I    B«Wthlng l» In roadlne« for   lie
reopening of the schools on Tuesday
of nert week. The last vacancy on
the public school staff was filled thin
lek, and most of the teachers will
arrive to take lip their work during
the holiday week-end. At the high
school Mr. L, C. Porter becomes the
Miss Bessie Woodman left on'principal, with Mr. Da vies, formerly
Thursday of this week to assume her t of Slocan as first assistant, and Mr.
duties as school teacher at Denzil, Barclay of the former staff, and Miss
Sask. Mrs. Woodman accompanied her. Porter of Victoria completing tbe
to the prairie town. U'aff.
MIbb Ede, who wus alone, prevented
his entrance and threatened to call
the police. The Oriental is said to'
have taken her by the throat and Informed her that he did not enre for
the police, bul left the house,
ONE OF THE BIG SCENES
OF "THK HEART RAIDER*'
Alderman J. H. Ceme
Thursday for Edmonton
turn Sunday ho will be
by his wife and family
proceed to Penticton i<>
ting of the Railway M
i left
Ou his
i ootupa
Ileal boi.
Mrs.  E. A.   Hill  and
licnore. arrived home in
Thursday evening, afte
ourn at Nelson.     Miss
much Improved
Umght
Cranbro k on
■ a long boJ-
flin   returns
in health
->     •» *+*>■+ •
M. A. Beule is leaving Prld I) of ■  is
week for a trip round the circle tour
of the Canadian Rockies     He will ko
by way of the Crow*; Neat peas snd
stop at Blairmore to lake par* in the
district  golf tournamenl   and attend
the annual   nwpthig    of    ihe  Crows
Nest  Peas Oolf Association.      From
Blairmore he will continue eastward
to Macleod and   on   to Calgary .-nd
I Banff returning over the new road
nled One of the many gorgeous scenes
:,1"n in tha Paramount picture, "Tho Hear!
II. Idar," starring Agnes Ayor**. which
will bo on view at tho Star Theniro
Ml** uexi Monday and Tuesday, ts a magnificent chanty pageant with Mitt
A yen OS tlu* tenter of attriciiou To
th star, in ihe role of Muriel dray,
this sovia! function means 0 chalice to
make
good her boost
thai
she would
■    iti
lohn Dennis, a »
ealth
v bachelor
.:  1   »
omou hater, ink
e   lu
r   in    Ids
Thin
Murie
ir- far easier sa
discovers.
d iha
u done, as
The
girl   stag*-4*   a
fake
runaway,
Mellor'B.
27tf
MINERAL AIT
Bruce Robinson
Teacher ot Music
studio: Baker St., Cranbrook
ROBINSON'S OHCHESTHA-OJINGES JtRRANfiEO FOR
(r^orni t)
Certificate of Improvements
N O T I 0 E
J
DANCE ORCHESTRA
For Dates Apply
F. G. NOVAK
Phone 374
Cranbrook B.C'
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada Limited
OFVICDB, SMELTING' AND REFINING DKPARTMINT
THAU,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
Pnrchaien of Gold, Silver, Copper, Lead k Zlne Orel
Producers, of Gold, Sllier, Copper, Pig Lead and Zlne
"TADANAC" BRAND
"l.anco Jack," "Brass Hat," "Boom,"
"Uus." Blighty," "Reil Tape," "Staff,"
"Bass," "Observer," "Pilot," "Duil Fr,"
"Tar. Pop,"   "Lorry,"   "Douvs,"
"OayiiaQ Fr.," "Ack Ack," "Ace,"
"Parachute," "Yap," "Tanlac," "San,'
'ViMTian," "Blimp" "Spud," "Park,"
•Too Much," "Hlir. Fr.," "Oil," "Bon
rY," "Petit,"
MINERAL CLAIMS
Situate In tho FORT STEELE Mining
Division or Kootenay District;
Wliere located — Ou the Sullivan
Hill, near Kimberley, B.C.
TAKE NOTICE thnt The Consolidated Mining & Smelting Company,
of Canada; Limited, Free Miner's Cer-
tlilcate Ni). 75S00-C, Intend, sixty daya
from tbe date hereof, to apply to thi
Mining Recorder for a Certificate ot
Improvements, for the purpose ot obtaining u Crown Grant of the abova
claim.
And further take notice that action,
under section fir,, must bo commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 23rd day of August,
A. I). 1923.
THE CONSOLIDATED MININO
AND 8MBLTIN0 CO., OF
CANADA, LIMITED,
J4-IS
Per B. (1. Montgomery, Agent,
/\ UD.TORIU M
— TWO HAYS ONLY —
TuesJWed.,SepUM
F R K I>   CADHEIO'S
MUSICAL COMEDY PLAYERS
Present a Repertoire of Musical Shows Beginning with
"Up in the Air"
with
Fred Carmelo, Versatile Comedian
Jeanne Dixon, Winsome Leading Lady
Babeline Reader, The Dancing Doll
Cecil Wallace, Singing Juvenile
Margaret Allen, Blues Singer
Harry Reader, Character Comedian
Roy and Ruth Earl, Versatile Entertainers
—and—
A Singing and Dancing Chorus of Real Rosebuds
The Company will also present
"The Overseas Rookies"
A Condensed version of the musical play
staged by the 81st division of the '
American Army in Frame
A two hour Musical Show.   Curtain rises promptly al 8.30
Prices: $1.00 and 75c
\i to tMnl just as D;*nnfc
• >mcu u> lier ruMue. Slip does the
hinting art all right, only to dim over
upon recording thai John has van-
Lshed without paying iipr the slightest
what the    . .i
■>t- Bui Muriel is not to he so easily
■. -:■ icQUraged. Tho picture nhows in a
who ii 'Vf-l and interesting manner how
i- i t Muriel raide the heart of thi1-, indif-
Mr. and Mrs. ?p. A. Small During iis rereot chap and ultimately brings him
stay here Mr Moore looked into the to hta knees before her. There it- nn
mining possibilities of the district, excel lent supponlnp cast. Including
and being favorably Impresied became Mahlon Hamilton, in the leading man's
a shareholder in the Wild Horse role, ("harle*- Kuegles. Fraser Coulter,
Creek Mining Co. ror a substantial Marie Burke and Charles Riegal. The
*am. picture is said to be quite worth while.
A concrete example    of
tourist traffic may mean to the
i rlct Is seen In the result of the
j of  Mr.  J.  J.   Moore,  of  Boston.
'j was last week a gue>t at the
PLAN Your
SUMNER VACATION EXCURSIONS
tn
EASTERN CANADA AND UNITED STATES-
Either All Hull or via the tlreat I.rike.i.
NOW OJi SALK     ■     RETURN MJI1T OCT. Silt.
Visit The BUNGALOW CAMPS
at
Lake Wapta, Lake O'Hara,   Yoho Valley. Emerald Luke
Chalet, Moraine Lake and l,ake Windermere—
Open Till September 15th.
SPECIALLY    Hi: IMC El)    FARES
Information aa to Fare*,   anil   assistance  In making your plans,
will 1» cheerfully given by any Ticket Agent of the
Canadian
Pacific
■^
Is It
Worth While
KEEPING TI'llir'.H FOR B. C. INDUSTRIES!
KEEPING AI.IVi: A PROSPEROUS PAYROLL I
KEEPING FI H AMI FEATHER IN B. C.I
KEEPING TIMBER POR MANUFACTURE 1
KEEPING \ GREEN FOREST FOR POSTERITY!
Then—
Prevent Forest Fires
IT PAYS
Any Touch of Indigestion
Your
Food
will
Feed
you
more
Take
Until your various digestive organs
are in order your food, instead of
properly nourishing you will be liable
to clog and poison your system. Your
blood will be poor and impure and
your nervous system thoroughly run
down. Take immediate steps to secure
the healthy activity of stomach, liver,
and bowels.   To this end you should
Beecham's
Sold
everywhere
in boxes
Pills
2Sc 40pill*
SOc-tQpitU PAGE SIX
THE  CRANBROOK  HERALD
Friday, August 31st. 1933
WATCH   Our Window for   WATCH
BARGAINS
7 J. Nickle Case $ 7.(10    15 J, Nickle Cu.se $ 9.75
7 J. Gold Filled Case $10-50.   15 .1. Cold Pilled Case $13.00
17 .1. (iold Killed Case   $1G.0(I
THESE TIMEPIECES ARE GUARANTEED » YEARS
A. EARLE LEIGH
Watchmaker & Jeweller       Norbury Ave.   Next Door Stnr Theatre
***********•>**************************
WMWAftAA*W"aWMfl*J*aWaV.V«*
School
Suppl
City Hems of interest
tes-j
OUR SCHOOL SUPPLII
WILL HELP YOl' PASS
YOUK  EXAMINATIONS.
Dont forget to ask for n
Pen, Pencil
& Ruler
when you get your requirements,      Tliey    cosl
nothing.
as 3
you *,
i
I
HASLAM
The Druggist
Insure with Beale and Elwell.
+   +   +
The Cranbrook Courier is advocating Joe Jackson for Knilroad Conimia-
tjloiior. It Joo is appointed, he will
have a fine time dealing out misery
in the O. r. R. for all the j-rfet they
tin ye been giving him for the last 20
years. Hut while tliey are offering Joe
why nut take in Hill Cameron and
Ton Caven?—Fernie Tree l'rosa.
+    +    +
Special trip*) arranged to any place
any   time,   by Browu    aad    Morley,
fliouo  681, tt
+   +   +
II. While, customs collector at
Cranbrook, was here on an oillcial
visit on Friday, and took back with
him a Maxwell auto which had been
taken Ity the It.C.M.P. from a Porthill
resident wlio was apprehended entering Canada without reporting. The
case waa tried before J. C. Rykert a
few  days previous.—Creston Review,
+   +   +
Hematltchlag.—MrB. Surteea, Garden Avenue. 2tf
I   LOCAL    I
HAPPENINGS
Insure with Beale & Elwell.
+    +
naturalists are  in-
0. Ilex 111)
■W.V.VA1
BORN- On Saturday, August 26Ui,
to Mr. and Mra. Arthur Hull, ot this
city, a eon.
+ + +
Just arrived, 11)24 latest Dodge with
all the very luteal Improvements,
Also tbe 11*24 new Overland wllh fail
floating axle and high radiator. Value cannot he surpassed for the price.
Cilvo uh a call aud we will give you a
drive or explain all tlie new features
DBZALL'S OARAGE.
-i-   +    +
A syndicate ot  practu-ully  all  the
druggists  lu  British Columbia have Arthur
taken  over  tin- -wholesale  ding  bus-  mayoralty.
tneeti ot J. A. Teiioorton ft Co., Van-1 +    +    +
COttver, Included on the board of Orady & Eye are now located In
directors la .1. A. Biicklmni, M I.A., ur their new store on Baker Street, op-
Ooldeu. 'poaite McCreery Bros. 23tf
+
Sportsmen and
Iteresloil in the evidences that Grouae
! is now getting Quite plentiful In the
\ district, and can be seen quite frequently on the roads. Possibly for
the first time they were noted ln the
|city this week, one of the hirda being
observed for some time in a garden
on Burwell Avenue.
+   +   +
We carry a full line of Men's Women's and Misses' Shoes.
Our low prices win every lime.
W. F. KORAN.
+    +    +
Dr. Isabel Arthur, u lady physician
of Nelson well known lu the Kootenays
died on Tuesday of this week In tbe
east, whore she had gone in search of
renewed  health.    She had been for
many years medical health officer for
the city  of Nelson,  and  waa  at the
present lime under leave of absence.
Al tlie  lust civic elections there Dr.
was    ii   candidate    for   the
\W.\V.W.S*r\AWW^rWW^VWAMAW
SCHOOL TIE is HERE
Everything in School Supplies Now On Display
AT VANCOUVER PRICES
COME   IN   AT   ONCE   and   get   your   School   Supplies
Before the usual shortage,
FREE - - FREE
Gold Finished Eversharp Pencil given to every Girl and
Boy buying Two Dollars worth of School Supplies
Well asHnrtftl slock ol
School Pants
and strong durable Hoys' and Girls' Stockings at very
lowest prices.     Wc nre always al your service.
MAIL OUKRS PROMPTLY FILLED Phone 393
Moffatt's Variety Store
THE HU! VALUE PLACE
THE ARROW STAGE UNE
IS NOW RUNNING DAILY BETWEEN
Cranbrook and Fernie
Route:—Fort Steele, Hull River, Wardner and Elko.
Leaving Cranbrook: Leaving Fernie:
Cranbrook Hotel: 8 a.m. King Edward Hotel. II p.m.
Prices lo Fertile $5.00 and to oiher points according to
distance
MM, HANDLE EXPRESS ANII LIGHT FREIGHT
For Cranbrook, Phone Kootenay Garage 147
For Fernie, Phone Fernie Garage, 158
Anybody Wishing to Go .''hilling tir for a I'lcnlc
Arrangement" Will Gladly Be Hade
•VWaVW.VVW.V.V.VY
Camille Godderis, the locul dairyman has purchased a new Pord from
tho Hanson Uarage.
Mrs, R. Heliaun. of Lumberton. who
Is at present routined to the hospital
here, is stated to be doing very well.
Mrs. A. A. MacKinnon and daughter
Marian returned the end ot last week
from their holiday at lnvermere, motoring down with Mr. MacKinnon
Qulgley Knitted Sweaters aud Coats
at arady & Kye's, the Tailors, liaker
Street. 23tf
Mrs. M. Kemball. ot this city, Is
confined to the hospital ut present
suttcrlng from an attack ot heart
trouble.
The volume ot tourist business 0ti
all C.P.B. trains und at all hotels of
the company's system ls reported to
be beating all records, and It has been
decided to maintain tlie Transcanndn
Limited until the end of September
this yoar, two weeks later than usual.
Order your High and Public School
hooks from the Cranbrook Drug and
Book Co. 26-27
Miss Gladys Porter of Victoria, ono
of the new appointees to the staff of
the public school, registered at tho
Cranbrook hotel on Monday last.
Rev. B. W. McKay has been at Nelson for a day or two this week attending sessions of tho Kaslo Presbytery.
Ho Is expected to return Friday or
Saturday, and accompanying him will
be Mrs. McKay and Praser, who havo
been spending the summer at Kootenay Lake.
Grady & Eye are up-to-date caterers to the dress requirements of progressive men. 23tf
Muster Ernest Worden hus beon at
the hospital this week, and Is now
doing fine after a throat operation on
Tuesday.
Miss Carrie Conroy of Peterboro.
Ontario, arrived in the city on Saturday last to pay an extended visit
with her brother Mr. Jas. Conroy,
O. E, McParlan. of Waldo, was a
visitor ill the city for a few days this
week, bringing with him his three
sons, who all underwent operations
for appendicitis during their stay here.
We carry a full line   of   Lifebuoy
Running Shoes.
Our low prices win every lime.
W. P. DORAN.
Mrs. S. P. Garrett, of Wycliffe. left
the hospital on Saturday last after a
stay there, much improved In health.
MIbb Ethel Magee, of tho Central
school staff, who has spent the summer at her home at. Sceptre, Sask.,
will return on Saturday, accompanied
liy her little niece. Miss Margaret
Morris, who has been spending a long
holiday with her grand parents.
Our stock of Seasonable Materials
for Men's Clothing is of highest quality. A perfect fit and complete satisfaction guaranteed. Grady & Eye,
Tailors, Baker Street. 231!
The Finishing
Touches
to your toilet ure a few good
articles of well chosen jewelry. Let us show you what
we moan by "well chosen."
Come, take a look ut the
trinkets, which while not expensive in price are artistic
and stylish in design and absolutely reliable In quality.
To see them ls a lesson In
taste. To own them Is au
exercise of it.
W.H.Wilson
Jeweler
(Mir best ml. hi u propor fitting Suit
on a satlsfled customer.
38tf    Qrady &. Kye, Tailors, Baker St.
li. Dlxou has aocuroil the contract
for painting tiie MdFarlane building
ou Norbury Avenue now occupied by
tlie Kootenay Trading Co., and liaa
already started on the work.
One novelty feature at tlio dance in
tlie Auditorium on Monday, Sept. 3rd,
will bo a V Wall just keep guessing till you get tho.-e. 27
Capt. and Mrs. T. J. Bride of Pen-
"wlck are visitors fn the city, Mr. and
Airs. Bride ure contemplating locating in Cranbrook.
Remember the Sale of Home Cookery at tho Knox Church Hall, Saturday next, September 1st, at 3.30. Buy
your cakeB, pies and candy for the holiday. 37
Mr P. E. Robertson, formerly local
manager of the Royal Bank of Canada j
arrived in*the city on trip of Inspection on Tuesday
Miss WANDA  E.  PINK, A.T.C.M.
Teacher of Piano and Cello, will accept pupils on and after September 4.
26M
On Tuesday evening of next week
the annual meeting of tlie Cranbrook
Musical Society la being held, when
it fs hoped there will be a large attendance of members and those interested. Plans Un- ihe coming season
will be discussed as part of the business of the evening, and officers will
be elected.
STAR THEATRE
PROGRAM POR  NEXT WEEK
COMMENCING   LABOR  DAY
MONDAY & TUESDAY
A Real Joyous Holiday Bill
AGNES AYRES, supported
by ATAHLON   HAMILTON
—in—
"THE   HEART HAIDER**
Here's what she did: She fell in
love with the world's champion
woman hater—end got him, but
how did she do it. That's what
gives you tho laughs of u clowns'
convention, the stunts of a circus, tho varieties of a vaudeville bill.
Pathe   News        —       Comedy
Program Nos. 8 and 32
WRDNESDAY  & THURSDAY
Jack Holt fn
•A UENTLEMAN OF
LEISURE"
PUTTING "IT IN HUMOR
There's enough fun in this pic.
ture to chase Old Man Gloom
off the map. And between
shrieks, you'll be sitting on edge
at its corking thrills.
.Comedy "Rflmblli.fr Romeo**
PRIDAY &   SATURDAY
THE BIG PICTURE SEASON
HAS STARTED, Here's the first
"THREE WISE FOOLS"
HERB is a picture. It offers
100 per cent, entertainment with
its thrills, laughter, pathos, enacted by a cast of rcully great
stars. This is a super production in every sense of the word.
Please don't miss it as it ls ono
of tlie best screen offerings in
years.
Special i'awsei}
Morning aud afternoon trips to
Kimberley from Brown & Morley's
stage office opposite Kootenay Garage
Phona 581. tf
Murray McParlane has had tbe distinction of being appointed a king
Scout, the necessary certificates,
btdgei, etc., arriving this week. Murray Is the first Crnnbrook scout
receive the high honor, it only being
awarded to scouts who have passed
a series of tests which require a lot
of hard work, these tests are: Ambulance, Fireman, Cyclist and Pathfinder. The King Seoul is what
might be termed the fourth degree iu
Scoutery, the preceding ones being
Tenderfoot, 2nd class and lsl class.
Store your valuable deeds etc., in
Beale and Elwell's vault. The cost is
a trifle.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Johnstone and
daughter, of Summerland, B.C., were
visitors in the city early M tho veek
for a short time. They have been on
a long motor trip, from B.C. to Manitoba, und are now on their return
the trip ln all being something like
four thousand miles and their car is
McLaughlin Light Six. Mr. Johnston.* says tlie Alberta roads were
good on tlie average, but the trip
across Saskatchewan was spoiled hy
the bad roads encountered. Like every
other traveller, he praises the Banff-
Windermere highway, but thinks the
road to Banff from Calgary could be
Improved, and also the upper part
of the road between Windermere and
Cranbrook. Mr. Johnstdne is a former reeve of tlie municipality of Summerland nnd was for any years a
member of the municipal council ami
school board there.
Young men and womon should
write for our handsome catalogue of
Business courses. Every graduute
employed to date. Accomodations
doubled for Poll Classes. 'B.C. Commercial and Secretarial School. 709
tieorgiu Street, Vancouver, B.C. The
School that get* results. Individual
Courses. Residential Arrangements
made on reriuest. 27
There will he ;i monkey competition at the (Jolf Club on Wednesday
afternoon, September 5th, at 2.30 p.m.
Supper will be served at ti p.m. All
members will please attend. 27
Mr. Camlllu Godderls and his sister
.Mrs. D'Hondt uml family left ('run-
brook on the Huh for a motor trip tn
Alix, Alberta, foru fortnight's holiday
i with their brother, They will return
home by way of tho Banff-Winder inert.
road.
There will bo a monkey competition at the Golf Club on Wednesday
.ftornoon, September Bth, at 2.80 p.m.
Supper Will be served ul 6 p.m. All
ilioinbers Will please attend. 27
Edward Willard, of Unit. Ontario, Ib
at present visiting at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. J. T. Sarvis. He will,
little later, join friends at Revelstoker
and then proceed to make tho big circle tour via the Coast ,-.nd California
back to the east
There will bo a monkey competition at the Golf Club ou Wednesday
afternoon, September Bth, al 2.80 p.m.
Supper will be served at 6 p.m. All
members will please attend. 27
.Messrs. (Jlhbs and Dalzlel have recently completed another slzabh
painting contract ut the Sash and Door
Company factory, their big building
having been given two coats of paint
This effects a considerable Improvement in the looks of the city in that
section, the building standing out
very prominently from she railroad.
Tho annual meeting of the Cranbrook Musical Society will he held at
the Y. M. c. a, at 8 p.m. ou Tuesday,
September 4th.    A  largo attendance
is requested. 27
The Cranbrook Lawn Tennis Club
will hold their annual touriiuuienl
commencing on Tuesday next. iu
addition to tin* usual handicap matches there will he open events for men's
and ladies' BlnglM carrying championship for Ensi Kodtenoy residents,
Everyone goetna ■*> have their own
guess as to what (he prize Is to bo
given for at the Follies dance on Labor   Day.    Rut   Iho  wine  ones   keep
smiling. 271
Is  your car  Insured  against  co
sionV   There have been several co!
stone recently.    No matter how careful a driver you are, you cannot tell
whai  tho other fellow Is going  to do, !
Protect your property ugalust fire
through Beale and Elwell.
Mrs. Ftnlaysou, Teacher of Piano
and Violin. Sub Phone, or Standard
l-.lectrio Service. Norlmry  Avenue.
Play  y
Elwell,
;fe  und   insure  with  Beale  fi!
Fuji Tea Rooms
Next Futa Grocery
G00II   JIK41.X-T.il or Coffee
-,       ICE CREAM
COLD SOFT DRINKS
PKE3H BUTTERMILK
SEEING CHICKEN
T. FUJIYAMA
CANADIAN CAFE & ROOMS
Newly Constructed - Nicely Farnhhed
Modi in  Improvements
ROOMS IIV HAV OK 1VFKK
Vim Home St.. Opposite iiepul
A:
OLD ^9 <
COAL
BILL «*N
-*l
don't let him
haunt you
this winter
VICTORIA CAFE
COSMOPOLITAN IIOTM,
Newly Opened
Fine Food      Delicious Coffee
Pleasant Surroundings
Cleanliness : Absolute Purity
Strictly Home Cooked Food
Satifaction Guaranteed
Tfai Mfh price of coal
won't worry you If you
li.ai your borne with a
Caloric Plpalaie Furnace.
Mora than 123,000 intra
bavo lound tbat ll cuta
fuel bllla H to } j.
Sold undar a written guar,
antaa to haat your boma to
70 dagraae In coldeel
weather—or money beck.
Patmore Bros.
Sanitary tt Uniting:
engineers
UTAH   SKI ONO   H>*iP   STORE
Phone t.
We iiay the beet prloee lolni for ell
kinds   of   furniture.     Wo buy anything from a mouae tr i to an aufcv
JQobllo.
\v  W. Kllby. Auctioneer and Valuer
FOR SALE—Cider Cooler, Bar Counter, and  Rlbhou  Case    Cheap for
Cash. Charles Morrison, Kimberley.
"7tf
FOR SALE—Cream Separator made
by International Harvester Co., Apply   B. Woeton, Baker SI. 2Jlf
TOR  SALE—L.  13.  Rifle,    Apply  B
Weston, Bakor Street
tf
TO RENT—Furnished rooms In private home, board If desired. Apply.
Herald oillce. 27-2N
'OR SAI.K Saxophone. II flat, soprano, triple nllver plated. Kohl lined
bell, wllh case    Pti  874,      'J7tr
ROOM TO RENT Near high school,
with ov without board, Apply iinx
M. -'7tr
LOST
On August 2"ih  Lumber.
ton ami Cranbrook.  road, a  white
Tax terrier flog,   one sldo   of face
black, menu   rroni  teeth milling,
answers to name of Dixie.   Notify
or return to Mrs, O. ('. Thomps	
North star lintel, Klntberloy, it. v.,
Ilewiird. ,17
TO HUNT. - ■ Suitable oil! ir store
on Armstrong Avonue, ucxi to w.
F. Dnruu's.      Apply lo W. V.'. Kll
by.
91 f
POR sai.k. -- Northern Electric Vac-
utiracleaneri practically now.     Apply to A. H. Blumenaeur, Box 468.
SBtC
POR RENT—Office to rent two doora
from Venezla Hotel, apply to John
(lard. 22|,
40 ACR10 FARM OHKAP-for quick
sole. Oood buildings, spring creek,
auto road lo door, fine bottom land
wllh part already nndJr cultivation.
Big Sullivan Mine, Kimberley, eloee
by, Is ready market right at door.
Apply to Martin Broa., Cranbrook,
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