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 TBI CRANBROOK HERA1
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VOLUME 24
CRANBROOK, B.C., KtHliAY,   llllltrntv  9,  1988
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C.R.C.  ICE CARNIVAL, feb. 23, Don't
•Next Year's Spiel
at Lethbridge
Annual Meeting til' Dlst. Curl'
ing tiuii WoiiohiIiij-.   Goo;
llllltlll'tll  Is  I'lTsilW'Ill
CENTRA! SCHOOL      ['
REPORT FOR MONTH  j*
OF    JANUARY ;!
Sntlsfnctorv   Progress   Shown. I,
riiiiiirt'ii Ativiinii' n
Stage.
RECREATION t lilt
NOTES
Most of Prizes     |j
Go To Fernie:
CRANBROOK MUSICAL
SOCIETY NOTES
•
(Arn.nRouH'uiH ami preparations are Getting Ho mi to L'iiials in Big     Preparations are well in hand for
Tho annual mooting ot tho Crows
Neat Branch of the Uoyul Cnladonlan
Curling Club wan hold In tho city hull
on Wuiluemliiy evening, Tho mooting
watt convened by Mr. Geo. Hogarth,
vlco-presldonl of tho Club,
The Bocrotnry, Mr, Bhorwood Herch-
mur of Ferule, road tho minutes of
the taut annual meeting, which look
place lu Lethbridge on Jan! IBth, 1022,
On motion uf J. Martin and D. Curry, the minutes went adopted as read.
The election of officers for the en-
huIiik year then took place, the following being elected:
President: Geu. Hogarth, Cranbrook. Vice-president: J. S. Kirk-
ham,      Lethbrldge.        Secretary:      S.
Herchmer, Fernie. Executive: M, A.
Kustner, Fernie; W. P. Cameron,
Cranbrook; D. Q. McKenzte, Blair-
more; J. R. Staples, Plncner Creek;
McNaughton, Cnrmangay; McBlrnle,
Coleman; Ross, Tuber; Dr. Kennedy.
McLeod.; it. E. Moftatt^Clalrsholm;
Held, How Island; 0. Crulkshanks,
Hlllcreat; Warrick, Michel; P. Mc
Uriah, Bull River.
Following the election of offlcera,
the matter of the number of competitions for the next bonspiei wus taken
Up, it being decided to keep the number as at present; that Is, four open
events) with the Cameron Consolation, International ami luterprovin-
clal.
Mr. A. C. BowDaBB drew attention to
tlie mailer of   tie attendance at the
present   botispiil   being  .smaller  than
L expected, and expressed the opinion
.bat unless the bonsplels were more*
fchusiastlcall]  supported, ihe interior the,Association would be Jeo-
['zed.    Several members from Al-
lucludlflg Dr. QIlIeBple of Pin-
l.'reek, Mr. Frbemau and s. Kirk-
\t Lethbrldge fere   all   of tbe
pinion with regard to ihe niat-
kyalty nf the several clubs that
( present members of tho Abso-
and that  In considering the
I attendance this year the tinan-
pondltlon, of tbe people In  the
towns   should   be   taken   into
(deration.   These people bad their
n of depression, but always came
fck strong. Tliey referred to the
Satisfactory aud pleasant relations
that had existed between the clubs
since Its Inception, and fell that same
should and would continue to exist
The matter ot the supporting prises
to tbe McLeod tup was considered, it
being decided to leave il to the executive. If there wero other clubs
that could help support the trophy,
their offer would be readily accepted,
Dr. Gillespie speaking for Plucher
Creek, said Unit Plnchei would like
representation on tbe lis- of prize
donators.
Mayor Henderson of Pernio celled
ftttenttou of the meeting to the Importance of . 'Mug a definite houi al
which ihe Brsl draw ol the spiel would
be made, in order thai In future ;<
would not be necessary to have waste
time In relaying games, ns was the
4'ftno on the Brai day ol the spiel ii
wun decided tfi loave tbe mattei lo Lhe
executive tt> appoint a lime for each
bonspiei,
Mr. J. 8, Klrkham ol Lethbrldge,
speaking on behalf o[ the Lethbrldge
Club, extended an Invitation to the
Association to bold the next bonspiei
■i Lelbbrldge in doing io he pointed
out the facIUtles thai the] now  had,
mentioning the new j IQ.I  rinli thai
bad Just been completed
(»n moiion ot B Hen htnei and Mu>
or Cameron, the invitation was unan
ImoiiHly accepted
The meetlni then adjourned
DIVISION  I.
First Class, 75 por cent, and over:
Fun Davoy 78.50, Sophie Mader 78.50,
Jack Cummings 77.20, Wlnnlfred 76.76,
Second Class, (IO per cent to 75 per
cent.: Hay Beech 74.SO, Loran Jordan
71, Jessie Melnnls 70.75, Mabel Slender 70.81, 1'clcr Urenunn 70.18, Ivy
De/.all 08.60, Clelaud Parkin 07.87,
Billie Taylor 07, Ethel Spoors I35.GH,
Graham Dale 04.81, Margaret MacDonald 04.50, Konuld Uaynes 04.25,
Marlon MileH (34, Marguerite, Cuvcn
0,1.02, Ivy Sanderson 03.GO, Wllhel-
mine Woodman 08.48, Ardelle Owen
02.07. Leonard Parkin 00.90, Alleyne
Walllnger 00.75, John Helrasing 60.81,
Gdlth Johnson 00.12.
Third Class, 50 per cent, to 00 per
cent.: Eflio Clmrboneau 50.31, Ernest
Laurie 55.40, Harland Clark 54.50,
Pearl Pritchard 51.
Fourth Clans, below 50 per rent.:
EIvlU Leash 38.80.
A. WOODLAND, Teacher.
DIVISION 11.
Number enrolled 40; perfect altend-
30.
Word   CainO   OD   Monday   thai    Miss
Rosie Paacutio wns to undei go an
operation for appendicitis al (ran
brook Hospital tbe following day, nud
as no adverse reports have arrived li
Is assumed she Is progressing nicely.
Creston Review.
Former officers ot the Canadian
Militia and Canadian Expeditionary
Force, now resident In the province
of British Columbia, who have been
transferred to the Reserve of Officers,
are reminded that they should report
In writing to the Colonel Commandant, Commanding Military District No.
11, Kstiuinailt, ll.C. on or before the
1st April, 1923, giving address for the
current year; otherwise the names
will be removed from the list of He-
serve of Officers.
James Johnson 137.81, Tom Marshall (17.12. Bert Laurie 00.50, Aubrey
McKowun 00.2, David Frame 00, Murray Garden 59.02, Malcolm Harris
59.5, Mary Daniels 58.27, Ray Brown
58,12, Catherine Harrison 57.il, Arnold
Holdner 57.9, Sherman Harris 57.25.
Jack Swan 56.(32, Jack Genost 54.75,
Leslie Salnsbury 54.12, James Dalziel
53.8, Jack Henderson 53.37, Lillian
Lewis 53.31, Ejnar ICricksson 52.5, Pat
Taylor 52.5, Evelyn Ward 52.44, Mac
Horfe 52.18, George Helmsing 51.92,
Pearl (Jooderham 51,87, Henry Hem-
ball 49.12, Harry Patterson 48.6, Eld-
gar Sanderson 45.85, Dorothy Shaw
45.37. Fred Collings 44.76, James Mc
Farlaue 44.48, Tom Collings 44.25,
William Dargle 43.7, Billy MacDonald 43.37, Milliard Simpson 42.18,
Jessie Brown 41.32, Willie Taylor 40.08, Melville iteed 40.19, Netty
Johnston 3S.00, Donald Burton 37.78.
Kcmieth McNeil 37.25.
F. E. MAGEE. Teacher.
DIVISION HI.
Junior Fourth rank, iu order of
merit: Phyllis Thompson, Marlon
Kummer. Josephine Pascuzzo, Elizabeth Miller, Nancy Nlsbet, Dan Brake,
Frank Hrennan. Margaret Willis, Sel-
ina Dixon. Eraser MacKay, Florence
Finley, Jack Barber. Edith Carlyle,
Elsie Brlcson, Robert Taylor, Gwen
Slye, Colvin McHurnle, Cyril Harrison.
Margaret Melnnls, Harry lieise. Allan
Hill. Harriet Home. Bill Wolfe. Kenneth Bassett, Marion Williams, Mar-
snrel Eye, Pearl Saunders. Marion
Oarr, Haiel Campbell. Frank Malone.
Solvelg Ljungquist, Jean Home, Etta
McaiM, Helen BrlggS, Birnle Stracb-
tn Madeline Woodman, Willie Spence,
Mabel I larke, Blrthel Benson, Bertie
McDonald, Helen Collings. John Metre lean tfcPhee, Elsie Willis.
HAZEL M   THEMBATH,
Teacher.
DIVISION IV.
Enrolment  88.    Pupils having per-
1  nt) ndauce, 2s.
I ir Standing, Junior Fourth: Allan Bhaw 80.8, Evelyn Bow ley 6O.1,
Kathleen Henderson 57, Ruth Kennedy
55,  Honal.l   Moftatt   54.7.  Walter  FflU-
- uu 1 Grace McOlura 52, Jessie Tito
517. George Panning 51 6, Frank Martin 51 i Gordon Freeman 60.8, Gordon
Ranklns 50, George Kcmball 49.8. Rob-
1 it Willis i!i 1, Jessie Cassels 49. Hilly
Flell 48, Mary Genesl 47!>, Jack Horie
47 7, Pai McDonald and Fred Stojack
17, Ruth Challender 45. Isobel Frame
and Eva Stender IS, Madeline Domt-
rhel ii.
Senior Tltlrd: Nora Miles so. Ernest Worden 78. Denis Turner 76.8, Hel
• n ii. i o TO l, .Audrey Collier 75.K.
Letieii Paterson 76.1, Mildred Bridges
7:1. Billy Cameron 70, Joe LRUs (>4.
Norma Burteei 68, Ida McGregor 02.
Nellie Miller 01. Melanfe Uhenu 58.8.
Sophie McGregor 68
S   It  WHITE. Teacher.
DIVISION V.
Promoted from Junior Third, 2nd
Term, to Senior Third, lit Term: Irene Midlines, George Futn, Stephen
Ma mo. Molly Joluiston. Lowell McCoy,
Sheila Paterson. Elsie Parker, George
George, Kathleen Detail, Kathleen Mr-
Far lane. Clarence Hcholey.
Promoted from Senior Third, 1st
Term, lo Senior Third, 2nd Term: Garnet Patmore, Rita Strachun, David
Weston, Paul Harrison, Hazel Wll-
llninH, Ethel Pngsley. Harry Roy, Winnie Haymaii, ClllTnrd HayneB, Mary
Iluchcrofi, Kathleen Haley, Elsie
Wood,  Harry   Fanning,  Nellie Saku-
under way tor thu lee Carnival lo be
bold on the Club Kink on Friday. February 23rd. Particulars re. prizes
will be announced next week. Music
Is being arranged ror, and alter nine
O'clock lhe public will be allowed on
the ice.
Any club wishing time for practise
or games must apply to the Kink Committee, pot; Mr. Beale, one week before the time desired lit order that arrangements may be made,
In the drive for new members under the reduced foes., two prizes will
be given. For the person securing lbe
greatest number of members, a prize
of a year's membership, and a tennis
racquet —or if preferred a hockey
stick will be given. For tlie second
greatest number, a prize of a year's
membership. To qualify for one of
these prizes tlie number of members
obtained must be not less than twenty-five.
The Club has made arrangements
with the Banff Orchestra for a dance
to he held In the Auditorium on the
night of Friday. April 20th.
There will be a meeting of members of the Recreation Club for (he
purpose of forming boys' and girls'
basketball teams, in the Club Rooms
on Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
1'KOUKA.H fob conceht
HV MUSICAL SOCIETY
ON   FRIDAY   EVENING
The following is tlie program to be
presented al  (he concert to he given
by the Cranbrook Musical Society on
Friday next at the Auditorium.
PART I
1. March, The United  Liberty
(Losey)       The Orchestra
2. 'Cello Solo ....  Mr. J, K. Cliorlton
8. Song       Mrs. A. Wallace
4. Part Songs ... Tbe Choral Society
(a)  Plccaniny Lullaby
tbt A Song of Spring  (Stulto)
5, March     Tlie Banjo Club
Pro   Patria   (Lansing)
6. Songs  	
la i I  Know
ib) The Star
7. Song. o. Promlsi
(DeKoveu)  ..
a
Dlstrlcl  Bonsplol This
Wee*
ihe concert on Friday, February lCtli.
[The programme, which will be varied
iu character, will include part songs
| by the choral branch, iteniB by the or-
Fernfe has made grSat InroadB Into Uestra, songs by Mrs. M. Forrest,
[be jewelry at tiie district bonspiei in  Mnj. A.  Walluce,  Mrs.  J.  Thompson,
SIXTH STRAIGHT WIN
FOR CRANBROOK TEAM
ON   SUNDAY   LAST
Practical]) Cinches the Selkirk
Hockey League Pennant
For   Locals
progress this week, five out of their
six rinks getting Into the fours of the
main events. Only I wo rinks from
1 ranbrook got Into the lours, (hese
being A. S. Ward, in the Grand Challenge, and A. W. Hodgson, in tho
Magraih. Simpson of Lethbridge got
lu to the Magrath finals by beating
Hodgson, and staples of Plncher
Creek beating the redoubtable Herch-!
mor In the fours of the McLeod, reach-j
ed tlie finals.
There were not quite so many rinks
from Alberta points represented in
the bonspiei as expected, but the
strong entries from Cranbrook und
Fernie held tbe interest, up, and ev^r
since Monday noon time the games
have been going strong on what many
curlers say is the hesi bonspiei ice
they have experienced
Carrie and Herchmer of Pernio, and
McPhee of Cranbrook started out
strong, remaining unbeaten until
Wednesday, when McPhee went down
three In a row to Herchmer. Qroon-
way heal Cprrle, and HercHtnor was
beaten by Knstner.
The standing in the competitions up
to tbo lime of going to press Is given
on another page. Tbe inter-provln*
clal event is being played down by
tiie B.C. rinks, and ihe Consolation
draws were made on Friday in start
that day.
The International event also started on Friday. It was expected that
most of the finals would be through
with by Friday night, and the remainder Saturday; but there would still
remain the consolation event, the
International ami die Inter provincial
events to go through with on Saturday,
NKW HOTEL BUILDING
FOR CRANBROOK TO BE
ERECTED THIS SPRING
and Mr. H. J. Collier. The Banjo Club
hove again kindly consented to appear, as also has Mr. W. Steward In a
selection on his new guitar banjo.
Tlie Executive note with pleasure
the enrolment of live new memhers in
ihe brass band. Mr. Bower has arranged an extrn practise for these
new members on Friday evenings at
7 o'clock, when instruction will be
Kivcn in the rudiments of music, as
.veil as on tiie various instruments,
Ii is hoped by ihe inclusion of this
new blood and enthusiastic attendance by all the members al Ihe practises tn produce a combination which
viii prove Itself by performance an
Institution worthy of the city.
riiOl-TSIOX OF FLOWERS
AT   FUNERA1  OF   LATE
MRS. ELMER A. MILLER
At the funeral of the late Mrs. E, A.
Miller, Which took place lasl Friday
afternoon, no more eloquent testimony
nl lo tho regard in which she was
beld. ami tiie sympathy felt for the
bereaved liusband and young daughters could have been given than was
expressed by the wealth of (lowers In
• videuce.
Mrs. M. Forrest
lvovely Harden
(D'Hurdelot)
J. 11. Rogers
Me
..  Mr. H. Collier
Selection. The Bohemian Girl,
(Balfe]       The  Orchestra
PART 11.
F.ntraete.  Pizzicato   (Strauss)
The Orchestra
Mrs. A. Wallace
They were us lollows: Family, pillow; Auntie Wardman, Leihhriilge,
Spray; Aunt Alice and Uncle Bill,
spray; Mr. and Mrs. J. Bradley. Grand
Forks, wreath; Gertie and Hughie.
cross; Mr. and Mrs. A. Holm, spray:
Mr. and Mrs. It. 1). Finley anil Family, star; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Woods, j
spray; Mr. and .Mrs. It. Leonard,!
spray; Mr. and Mrs. Liddicoat, spray;]
C. I. A., spray; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bar-1
reti. spray; English Church, spray;
Mr. ami Mrs. Atkinson, spray; Mrs.
Rose Haley, spray; B. of L. F. & E.,
wreath; Order of Hallway Conductors,
ruath;   Mr.  Dave  Baird. spray;   Mr.
. J. A.
.   Mc-
ture and furnishing, in operation by Crlndl0i „my.  Mr_ aml Mra_ R_ a
wruain;   mi.  uave  nairo.  sprir
In   all   probability   Cranbrook   *i"  rYailk Po|ev. Hpniy: Mr. and Mr,
lave another hotel, modern in struc- Murray(  wrea(h;   Mr,  aIln  Hn
time the tourist s-easou opens iu
earnest this summer.
A local capitalist has acquired Hie
corner on Baker Street and Fenwlck
Avenue, adjoining llio building now
occupied by the Forestry Branch ot
ihe Provincial (Jovernmeut. On this
site it is stated u twenty-five or thirty
roomed  modern   hotel   will   be   built,
OS, wreath;   Mr.  and  Mrs. J. B.
spray;  Mr. and Mrs. Fennessey,
| in a style that will lie a credit to the .
Thl'  Trumpeter,, dfy    A ^nivUh,. awi  Woll furnished'   '
■  T,lp Orchestra i U)l)l)V iH ,() ,|(1 ,u.oV|ded for, and there
Mr. J. H. Bevon
-■ Song  	
il. Polka   BrilHante
lEngelmaui
Bololsl       .Mr. j. ii, bovuh|w1||  1)p (1  limullfr 0r rooms eu suite
4. Part Songs ... The choral Society wlUl Dathi and „n0wera will also like-
fa) Bells of Dreamland ,y bP ull attractive part i.r the room
(By  Hequest)       iWidener) , :irrHllBementB.
(b) Honey Town...   (Wldeuor).    Loca, brick js to ll(. U80fJ „„. nil,
5. Banjo Solo ..    .. Mr. W. Steward backing, and this is now being haul-
jue  iKennedy)
Galop   Kle
i,   Snug  (Japanese   Love Song    (May
Brahel       Mrs. J. Thompson
7. March. Flag of Truce tl/iuren-
dean)      The   Orchestra
Oor Save The King
OBITUARY
IMM.Y MAItSHALI. BURROW
The death took place at the St. Eu-
| gene hospital on Thursday of ibis
week, oi Mr. Henry M. Burrow, of
iFori Steele, lie was brought In from
, there on Saturday hist, allen-
| tied by Mrs. Cooper, his daughter, after suffering a mishap in which he
I fell to l^ie ground, suffering injuries
from which bis extreme age, close upon eighty years, made recovery a
doubtful matter. He was a widower,
and had lived for many years in Fort j
Steele, where his daughter, Mrs. Coo-]
per, also resides. He also leaves a!
son in England.
The late Mr. Burrow was a member
of the Masonic order, attaining high
Office In England. He wns a Past
Grand Preceptor of tlie Royal Arch
degree iu the Old  Country, and also
ed from the Columbia brick yards.
A building ol (his nature will be tin
exceedingly creditable addition tu the
! business section of the city, and rep-
, resents an effort to cater adequately
in ihe volume of tourist traffic which
lis expected to come this way with tlie
[opening   of   the   Banff-Windermere
! highway this season.
i    The local Board of Trade has been
working on this matter for some time,
'and the executive now feels that some
tangible result is in come ot their
.efforts.
FIRE AT WYCLIFFE
SCHOOL FRIDAY LAST
GIVES  PUPILS  HOLIDAY
Hugl
Roy,
spray; Mr. and Mrs. II. Gammon, star;
Baptist Mission Circle, spray; Mr. W.
IL Johns, cross; Mr. and Mrs. It Bar-
tholomew, spray; Mr. and Mrs. C. C
James, spray; Mr. and Mrs. Rattray,
Vabk. spray; Mr. and Mrs. O, It. pel-,
ton, spray; Mr. nnd Mrs Percy Ora-
wreaih; Mr. ami Mrs. J. H. Fin-
1 y. spray; TowrlBs & Adams, spray;
Mr. and Mrs. McCallum. spray; Mr.
and Mrs. \V. F Doran. spray; Mr. and
Mrs. Uriggs, spray; Mr. and Mrs. Harry McDonald, spray; Mr. and Mrs. W
A. Walsh, spray; Mr. and Mrs, J^e
Jackson, spray; Mrs, Taylor and Mrs
Honeyman, anchor; Mr. and Mrs. E. J.
Bali liffe, spray; Mrs. Morgan John
ami Mrs Coleman, spray; Mr. and
Mrs. D. Turner, spray; Mr and Mrs.
Lester Clapp, spray; Mr. and Mrs.
Campbell Lindsny, spray; Mr and
Mre, Martin MeCreery. spray; Mr und
Mrs. D. A. Burton, spray. Mr. nnd
.Mr- W. H. Wilson, spray: Mis* May
Mc,Ewen, spray; Mr and Mrs. Bill
Wilson, wreath. Mr and Mr^ F II.
Abbott, spray; Mr ami Mr- I, Coi.
spray;  Mr, and  Mrs   lt<»sling. -.pray;
i Mr.  and   Mrs    John   Healey.   spray;
i Mr  nnd Mrs   d   Sutherland, spray;
•Mr. and  Mr-   Dan Campbell, spray;
Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Gray, spray.  Mr.1
and Mrs   John Johns, spray;  Mr. and:
Mrs   L   J   Whlller, spray;  Mr   and
Sunday's fixture before !!.■■ biggest
crowd of the se.ison was prodw tivi
of the fastest kind of hockey, Cranbrook winning :, to 1. The victory
virtually cinches the championship for
tlie locals. Nothing short nf a mini
cle could beat them out of the hi nors.
From tb.e time that ftefei ee Go igl
faced tbe puck (ill tin- final .,
spectators  were treated  to ho
all kinds, and the Cranbrookltea n
ed loud and  loan for Iheli
on  the  ice.    Cranbrook   11 eue
scoring a tew minutes fi  m i e
"Buster"  Huffman  passing  neatl
Doc. Huffman, who netted the   ■
much to the delight oi the tai
Concentrators   fought   desi erati j   ■
even the count, and the p	
stage was fast and furious  bu
the    Cranbrook    defeilf
Finally Henry Blumenauer i ti
from Buster Huffman Bcored
period closed with the locals two up.
The second period o| i
hockey nnd the pace told on •
and tilings slackened up n bit     How
avar   Buster   Huffman   englm
rush, eluded the defi \- ■     ■
he puck  in  a shoot lug   po
Doc.    Huffman,    who    tallied
brook's third and final goal
Cranbrook   assumed   y
ie entire third  period,  an I
ugh. speedy rorward of the
trator, tallied their l> ne
man    combination,    Bluim
Huffman to Huffman closed I
the bell sounding Just befon I
was netted, this tally nol ei anting,
To   pick   a   slar   would   be   dl
anbrook relies on team pi i> ■ \
slvely and defense tacth a whi
sary.    The goal  tending ■ f
garth as usual was excellei t
defense   of   Batchelor   and   K
menauer  all   that  could   be
Batchelor Is Improving .
progresses.      Eneas   Hogai
class in the tew minutes
the ice. and the team work
brook's forward line i- a featun
every game.    They .heck  line,
cheek, and best of all pass accurately
land combine tor goals wi*    .   -
!    The line-ups were:
Concentrator
Goal: Martin.   Defense: N'agle, Wallace.    Forwards:  Cavanaugh, Cavanaugh, Sent:. McDilff.
Cranbrook
Goal:   T.   Hogarth.     Uvtv..-
Ichelor,  Blumenauer     Forward-;   Biu-
Imenauer,  B.   Huffman.  Dr.   H
B. Hogarth. Bridges
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Mr-.   Ben  Bartholomew,  spray:   Mr.
Starting from a cause not definitely and Mrs  T. Barren, spray. Mr   and
determined, lire ou Friday evening of Mrs F I, McKee. spray; I.O.O.F.J
lasl week did damage to ihe WycIliTe Key City Lodge, No 4:', wreath; Mr.
School amounting to about $700. aud  Mrs   A. S. Saunders, spray;  Mr.
The fire was discovered about eight'and Mrs. Harvey A. Brown, sprny;
o'clock in the evening, in the paril- Mr, and Mrs. T. Bronsdon, sprny; Ar-
tlon between ihe two rooms. It is thiir and Mob Bnn'i. ipray; B. of
conjectured that a defective Hue may It. T.. wreath; Mr and Mrs J H.
have been responsible. The blaze Cameron, spray; Mr. and Mrs. P.
was extinguished with apparatus from Qougeon, sprny; Mr. and Mr" A C.
the Otis-Staples Lumbar Mill, and li Hill, sj.ruy. Mr and Mr- r N Bar-
was found that some of lhe partition k^r. spray; B. of I. F... cros*; Mr.and
would have to be replaced, some fresh Mrs Norman Melnnls. spray; Mrs.
ind fresh kalflomln- Bob McNeil, Mrs Dassett, Mrs c Ur-
sun. Mrs Str<md. cross; I, A to B. of
Hteele on Kunday next. February ill')] Tlie Insurance adjuster visited ihe R. T., sjiray; Mr. and Mrs Msrapodl,
at one o'clock, under the auspices of j s^"0l ">'» **** '" Sffecl a settle wrealhi Mr. and Mrs I. Qaonon,
North Star Dodge, No, :t^. A. F. A Went, aud it was expected that school wreath. Mr and Mrs F M Hum
t\   y\ i would he  resumed  by the  beginning  bough,  star,   Mr.  and  Mr»   ll    Floy.
There  will   he   no   flowers   by   re-' "f "0X1 week. spray; Mr. and Mr"   A   Pant If ng,  Mr
a Pasi District Deputy Grand Master. Plastering dom
Tho funeral Is to take phme nt Fort j l"B-
quest.
\irs it B Derrtngton, spraj
T. H. Bales ef Kingagale
i a Vll
gulchl, May Cox, Hazel Simpson, Hose  Itor in the city this week, to he wiih      Mrs.   I,.   Hilton, nt  l.uniberton.  re-
linrton, Mnry Hanklns. James Drew, j Mrs. Bates, who has been a patient at turned home on Saturday leal  ittif
(Continued on Page II the hospital for some litile lime. a stay tit f •• hospllal here
WYCMPPE BREAKS [STO
«I\MN(.' (01.m\ Al
EXPENSE OF  II >M I
The Wycliffe sextette nn Sunday al
ternoon   lasl   broke  its   long   unlucky
spell   ami   registered   a   very
win  a(   the   expense  >.t   the  Tunnel
Team, the match being playe I i   I
berley.   The game vraa a real 1
and lbe srort- was '.< v<   :
A closely contested game wis anticipated, as the teams tied l
a   "hammer  und  tongs"  gan
Sreeki ago, and three extra pei I
ipn minutes had to tw playi I
Hie Tunnel managed (u win   I
lug two more loals in b
Utes
Bunday  Wycliffe  started  i B
a  rush.  honlKirdine   tbo  Tunnel  goul
with such effect thai the •
ended *• tn 1  In favor nf the rial!  ;
Jonei   and   Whlteheud   each
tme goal, and Cairns three f"r Wy
Cllffe,   and   ^;usser   noli bed   •
for th** Tunnel.
Tunnel  bucked     up     in  tht
period, but combination was "■
the period ended " to t,
Miirmy   scored   with   a   Ion]
which passed between Crowes pad
Junes ami Panl scored for Wycliffe.
in ib* last period the Tunnel arere
decidedly the aggreaaora and bm (or
Crowe*a brilliant goal lending, the re«
■Ull would have bttO more even
Kettlng  scored  for  Kimberley  and
(Continued on page two)
Visiting Curlers
Are Given Banquet
Annual  Dinner ai Hotel Cranbrook is Knge
Stu'cess,
r ,'ial spirit ;  ,
ecome proi
Is playe ...
:■■■!.■
bauquet given by :.     i ;.. . |
:ng Club 10 the Viaitlng      I Q
.■■..'..■...
tbrook following . .
.   . .i
.
Qrahaiu Saudj
;.      the i irli     mai i to
Then      plea
place as the . .
ice around the i he
j   Dr.
[ Plnchei
artlcularl;   I in en,
.   Mrs   ii.. i. smith
i i'ii urea who ought to
partii
led and delectabh
gave
fhe   Iddn ss to
1 ■   .     el an [Ui I w
i er)
■ i
number  ot Scot
»ere mm b enjoyed.
MacKinnon
i
■ . ■
.   • ■ ■■'■
t ■.'.,;-•■
■
Mayor extende I
o the curlers
the welconu
the cltj      gaily be-
r. typlfylnj
ty which iu- exl
■: -       11.   . ■   ■    ed
which  he has   ,
t association a
trophy, making    «d a pro-
h he made last year.     This
the hands o
■ - sldenl ■ : the
■   -   epted Uu    lit, to the
:>;e as-
■^rlers.
wJ Herthmer of Pern
■ ailed upon to respond
Isltors, and in a brief
I .. : thai tl e
noted for the enj      ble
■   the
wshlp which s ■
.- hoped for a ■     ■
lation.
Mr. Klrkham of Lethbrl
for the visitors, and e:,.
r the good tlm
-..
later Mr Klrkham a
Mi    .
.- as the
.   tbe  diali
i always took ai
il . .:       [n n
Hei    mer sal
would.   In fact -.
Utt
there  was   no  c irling or
em I     ■   .      ■'•
:■...-       ■  .       ,.■
ed by tbe I
ir    Mr. Upbardl
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reel]
Broi
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■
(
and drei atl to 1
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-
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■ ■■■■■.,   by tlie
i ■ •   i
ore i I I last l
and Gaktn.   M
to I rst Be
Bowm
H     lersoo of Fei
of the lh<
.
(Continued on Pag* 5>
■■ , ning   Pi ids     ' u     iurl of
to !•■   se I a ai        .I'Mit roll
within ■'<.- limits
'. Is be-
I al the city hall.    Il
tow] that there are not many appeals
ttnat tht nt.     The
■ the school board, the regular monthly meeting, is also to be
held this evening.     Tho city council
i || i on Wednesday next, and the.
nt lid  nnlsslon iho following oven-
' Ing
"The Trystinp; Place," at Wycliffe, Feb. io, Play at 8.15
r ,       V I DANCE Afterwards by ilelody Pive PAGE   TWO
THE  CRANBROOK   HERALD
Friday, February », 1»2*
EYERY. DAK IN EVERY
WAY OUR DIAMONDS
ARE  THE  BEST
Malta eugulrles aud be convinced
RAWORTH BROS.
Watch Makers
and
Jewelers
NEXT TO THE POST OFFICE
Cbe Cranbrook Herald
Published Every Friday
i\ A. WILLIAMS 11.    POTTER
constant usngo. The day has
nothing to So with St. Valen-
itino properly, who was a monk
with a pious record that a
grateful posterity rewarded hy
canonizing him. The origin of
!tbe Valentine custom, however
dates back to pagan Roman tl'
lues, when honor was done to
the pastoral diety whose spec-
: ial care was supposed to be the
sphere of Roman womanhood
and all connected with it. Later on this came to fall on the
eve of St. Valentine's festival!
und the name became attached
io it without any new significance.
N UTiiS
THEllE is general Upll
vinclal politica in the East.
Edward Island Premier
eran   Liberal   Leader,
tl in pro-
in Prince
Murray, vet-
ban    stepped
L*HEW||TCST, LIGHTER
M&ii
MP?
BAKING
I0WDE8
sS£NTAINS
Eocal J^etus
A very enjoyable dunce took place
at the Recreation Club last Friday evening to mark properly the re-upeu-
iug of ihe dub afur tlie changes that
mid to be carried'out. Tlie club orch-
BStra provided the music, and th«
orowd enjoyed the best of gcod timea.
See the line of ladles' dresses at W.
D. Mill's store ,now being offered at
grontly reduced prices. The models
are exclusive and up-to-the-minute,
and lhe materials all the latest lu the
new shades. They cannot be described, but should be Been to be appro*
elated. 50if
Coming Events
r
Subscription trice -
To United states ..
apil.ui per year
. $■!..'>() per yeur
•Willi   n   UiMlo.ii   Without   •   Hauls'
IT.tiled   Ijj   I nloii   Labor
AttvoiuuitiK    Katun    an    Application.!'''
Uhuiiueu   fur   Advnrt.ilng   .MUST   be  in , ;i
Hun ulflcfl  Wedutjsiluy nuon Uki ourr*u~
week Lu eucure bttuntton.
FEBRUARY 1923
SUN  HON   lUt  WED  THU  FR1   SAT
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CRANBROOK, BRITISH  COLUMBIA
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1923
iwn alter twenty-seven years in the
oldie. In .New Brunswick Premier
osier 1ms retired. Quebec has just
gone through ihe throes ot an election. Ontario expects one within a
few months, li is io bo hoped that
tbe oil Premier Oliver is attempting
to pour on the troubled water in the
East will not acl us fuel to the fires.
FACED hy $1,009,900 deficit, tho
Provincial Government ol Manitoba
sets its foot In the right direction by
uctloning a reduction In ihe scssion-
iiidenuilty from $1,SQ0 to $1,500,
following u reduction In cabinet salaries made last year. One member goes
even further and proposed a redistribution measure lor the province,
whereby the number of seats is reduced by nearly one-half, with a consequent large saving iu legislative costs.
*   •   >    >
PREMIER OLIVER hi the East says
says there are too many white collared Individuals in this country doing
nothing to earn their living, thereby
doing the country very little good.
People that are able to get a close-up
of tbe administrative structure that
Premier Oliver has built up, particularly at the Coast, are inclined io
agree with him.
ARDENT liquor moderation lBts who
at the lime prohibit ion was voted out
wore proclaiming that the drug traffic was lhe handmaid of prohibition.
will gel cold comfort from tbe result
of iln- countrywide survey made billie Dominion Government on the ex-
tenl ol tbe drug tralllc nt the present
time. The two liquor control provinces ot Quebec and British Columbia
show up worst, white the dry provinces of the prairie, and the maritimes
of the provlnc'
Kill
An accidenl tot
near  Luiuherton
which an Austrian
lost his life by hi
K place at Camp .1
on Thursday, in
worker In the bush
ng struck by a fal-
The body was brought to
Where burl: I will lake place.
'it her
b object Is
worthy of all support; for it is many
moons since tl
business of til
clean or economic. The only question to be answered is whether or nol
It was necessary to form a third party
to achieve this very desirable object.
The new parly is only promising what
tho two old parties promise the electors at every election. Both old parlies would be the better for a cleansing, but surely the cleansing can be
the better done from within tho parlies.
The new party will use all its en-,
dervors to put Oliver out and stop.
Bowser from getting In, but Us efforts;
ure much more likely to result In seating one party or the other more firmly!
In oltiee than ever.—Nannimo Herald.;
Wh
Flannelette to he sold at -t
yards for $1.00, aud striped Flannelette at 5 yards for $1.00 — to he sacrificed ut W. It. Hill's Genuine Clearance Sale. Equally attractive bargains lu all lines of dry goods and ladies' and children's wear, nt the exclusive store. iiOtf
A hockey game is under arrangement between Fernie aud Cranbrook,
to take place on Wednesday next, if
the arrangements go through, This
will be a game well worth seeing, as
lhe Fernie leant is a topnotcher. Ou
Monday the C. R, C. team is going to
Fernie to play a game, and will also
meet tiie Waldo team.
Monday, Feb. 12: I. O. O. F. meeting,
visit by Durham Encampment, at
the Lodge Room, Auditorium, 8 p.m.
Wednesday, Fob. 14: Odd Follows*
dance at the Auditorium.
Friday, Feb. l«: Musical Society Concert at the Auditorium.
Friday, Feb. 28:
C.R.C. Rink.
Ice Carnival at the
The Kimberley hockey team made a
trip to Nelson this week after the
McBride cup, emblematic of the amateur championship of the interior. Aggregate points in two games count.
The first game at Nelson resulted in
a draw 2—2, hut In the second game
Nelson got the best of things, the
score ending at  5—2    for the home
The Canadian Pacific Railway
WILL FIND
Farm Help for
Western Farmers
TO BE OF SERVICE to Western Canadian Farmers
and help to meet their needs ill securing; competent
farm help, the Canadian Pacific Railway is prepared
to utilize its widespread organization to provide such
help from a number of countries.
The CANADIAN PACIFIC Railway will now receive
und arrange to fill applications for male and female
farm help to be supplied from Great Britain, Belgium.
Holland) Denmark, Switzerland ami Norway, in nil of
which countries the Company lias ropresentutivca who
hove farmed in and are familiar with Western Canadian conditions and who arc now in touch with such
men ami women ready ami anxious to come to Canada.
TIIE GOVERNMENTS of the countries above mentioned have expressed their willingness to aid the
emigration of this class of their peoples. In order to
fill such applications satisfactorily and bring the help
to the farmer at tlio proper time and with a clear
understanding of the requlrerqents and obligations of
each, a printed "Application for Help" form has been
prepared which can he obtained from any C.l'.K. .Station Agent or offices listed below.
The Company will miVe "o charge i" tho farmer f'>r this lor-
vlce nor will the farmer liu required i■» make any cash advance
whatsoever towards tlio travelling expenioa of hli help to die
nearest railway station. The Information necessarily asked fur in
thcuo application forms, which will bo hold in strict Ml eontldonce,
covers the following point*!—the kind ot help required—male «■■
torn ale—married or unmarried) date required nml for how lour:
nationality desired] monthly wages offered j kind of work offered,
etc.
WINNIPEG.—T. 8. AcheiOn, General Acrlrullurul Agent, C.J'.ll.
WINNIPEG.—John  Sweeting, Industrial Agent, C.P.B.
SASKATOON.—W. .1.  GwoW,   Land Agent, C.l'.K.
EDMONTON.—J.  Miller,   Lund   Agent,  C.P.R,
CALGARY.—M. E. Thornton, Sinit. ColonlioUon, C.P.R.
VANCOUVER,—E.  J.   Scmniens,  Trav.   Industrial   Agent,   C.P.R.
Department of Colonization nnd  Development
Canadian Pacific Railway
J.  S.  DENNIS,   Chief  Commiiaioner,   Montreal.
TWKXTY   YEARS AGO
Extracts from Tho Cranbrook
Herald  of Ihis dale,  1003.
f
clooneal mils ol health.
CURLING AND REAL LIFE
From the nature of the game
a good curler ought to be a
pretty good sample of citizen.
Anil by a good curler is meant
one who is a good loser as'well
as a good winner; temperate in
victory and placid in defeat.
The fortunes of the game
hang by a hairsbreadth and
change in an instant. A man's
sporting instinct, gets him on set'
the qui vive and he strains to
win. 	
The battle of life is pretty
much like a curling game. Winning and losing, so it goes with
all the little excitements of the
game. And the man who lakes
reverses philosophically, who
strains to win when things are
going against him In Ihe battle
of life is going to be a pretty
good citizen, as well as a good
curler. What determines the
calibre of a man is the way he
meets his fortunes, both good
and adverse; it isn't how much
is a man worth, but how he
goes through life that counts.
That's why a good curler can'tlc.N.H. employees a year ago, cauolng
very well he a poor citizen.        strong protest* and an appeal to ihe
=^===^=^ government to rescind It.
-Ottawa Citizen.
FROM THE VIEW-POINT
OF
OCR CONTEMPORARIES
•WO FOUTlCge"
OHIHIS GOES
The decision ot the National Hail-
ways directorate, unnoiiiiL-ed to the
representatives or the railway brotherhoods by Sir Henry Thornton on
Friday, to make non-effective the famous "llaliiiii order" will ho received
with general approval by the people
ol' Canada. That order debarred any
employee <jV the government owned
lines from seeking and accepting public elective office. It was used as H
basis for ihe dismissal of two Manitoba  labor candidates who were also
By a sudden visitation of dreaded
diseases, four little children died lasl
week Willi In a few hours of each other from scarlet fever and diphtheria,
which was brought in by lhe family
of a newcomer from Stratlicona.
John Breckeurltlge, Wm. Carlln and
Peter bund, all of Cranbrook, directors of Ihe newly organized Crow's
Xest Pass Lumber Company, reporl
that the machinery has all been or-;
| dered in tlie least for their new mill
at Wardner.
Spokane capitalists announce that'
tho new rail line from Spokane north
will be put through for a certainty,'
giving direct connection from Cranbrook.
Tlie infant daughter of Mr. and .Mrs.
Desaulniers of .Movie, died lasl Thursday.
VALENTINE DAY
The observance of Valentine
Day on the 14th of February is
another example of how Christendom has taken the usage of
heathendom and hallowed it by economic administration of the busl
HOW IT MAV vroitK OUT
A new political party lias been
launched in the province. It has taken the name of lhe Provincial Parly,
and Us object is to secure a clean and
COUPON
KOOTENAY  GARAGE  COMPETITION
I hereby submit the following its my composition:
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CAN  YOl   BEAT THIS?
MOT YOl'K CHILDREN
TRY THIS COMPETITION
Here is » BMnple of the entries being submitted in the contest put on
by the Kootenay Oarage. Can yon
imt in a heller one'.' Have your children try It. It coats them nothing,
ami may win some real money for
them. Use the coupon found elsewhere on thin page. He is how thoy
go:
K   lad of undecided
O   n the make
0    f ear to buy?
T   hen ask our
V ver willing friends a
> ew Ohlsmoblle to try.
A    ml if for any reason
V on cannot then decide, just
ii   a right hack to the Kootenay
Oarage
A   nd get a Chevrolet to drive. For
It   epiiirhiK, if by any chance
A   n accident compels,
ii   o to the Kootenay Oarage, where
K    indent workmen   are,
Your solution in this acrostic competition  moy win  the  first  prize of
4111.OO In cash,  It costs nothing to try,
and there arc ten prizes.     Have your
children send In their suggestions,
Signed	
Grade   School
'NeiitiioNM and Originality ('mint
II O C K E Y
(Continued from Page One)
Cnirns  and  Whitehead   for  the  Wycliffe team.
The line-ups were:
Kimberley
Qoal:   Plecasli.     Defence:   Musser,
Murray.    Centre:  Keating. Forwards:
Grlimii. 8IU.
Wycliffe
Goal:  Crowe.   Defence: Whitehead,
Hall. Centre: Paul, Forwards:  J Dies,
Cairns.
Referee:  Sid Smith.
FERNIE  31 AY
TEAM   DP
AGAINST
SEND
TO  1'I.AV
CRANBROOK
Tho Waldo Hockey Team, after melius out a fi lo .1 defeat to Fernie here
on Tuesday evening, Journeyed to
Cranbrook mi Wednesday ami returned with the short end of a E to 3 score.
Ii IooUh us if Cranbrook is top dog in
lhe district, hut Hilly Ingram contemplates contesting HHh point wllh his
city league lenders.
—•Vtrntt Free Prtli,
GENU INE
Will Open on Saturday Next, February 10 h, at 9 a.m.
AND WHEN HILL PUTS ON A SALE   -   IT'S GENUINE
UNUSUAL BARGAINS IN  SEASONABLE GOODS ARE   OFFERING AT W. D. HILL'S STORE, AND WILL BE
AVAILABLE  FOR  A  LIMITED  PERIOD. THOROUGHLY HIGH GItADE MERCHANDISE AT GREAT
LY REDUCED PRICES. TO SEE IS TO BELIEVE. CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELF THAT EACH SALEJ
PRICE MARKED MEANS A GENUINE BARGAIN. WATCH OUR WINDOWS FOR ATTRACTIVE PRICES/
EVERYTHING WILL BE CUT TO THE BONE, AND MANY LINES WILL BE SOLD AT  HALF PRICE.
TO BE SACRIFICED AT 75c ON THE DOLLAR
LADIES'  .MISSES'   AM)   CHILDREN'S
Suits, Coats, Dresses and Dress Goods, Yhitewear, Sweaters, Boots, Shoes, Slippers, Hose, all to be Sacrificed
THIS IS A STRAIGHT   SAVING   OF   ONE-FOURTH
OFF   REGULAR   SELLING  PRICES.   IT WILL MEAN
THAT YOU CAN PURCHASE ANY FOUR ARTICLES
FOR THE PRICE OF THREE, WHETHER IT BE PRINT
AT 35e. PER YARD OR SILKS AT $2.75 PER YARD.
LADIES' DRESSES
in Botany Serges, Trlcotines, Silks and Canton Crepes,
are to be offered at REDUCED PRICES. Style and workmanship excellent in every detail.
We quote a few price* which will govern:
A Dress regularly priced at $10.60 for $ 7.90
A Dress regularly priced at $12.60 for      0.40
A Dress regularly priced at $20.00 for     15.00
A Dress regularly priced at $34.50 for   25.00
Call nml Look This Line Over
Dress Goods in all Shades
Plaid and Check Dress Goods, regular $2.25 yd
Regular $1.25 per yard, for 	
Ladies' Waists, In Voile. Georgette, Crepe
dc Chine and other line materials, all go
at one-half the regular selling price.
Sec what this means:
Waists selling regularly at $4 for..$2.00
$5.00 Waists go out at   2.50
Georgette Waists, regular $9,50 aud
$12.50 for   #1.75 and 6.25
MIDDIES!    MIDDIES!!    MIDDIES!!!
Everything in Girl's Middies, Children's
.Middies and Women's Middies is
also to he included in the
HALF PRICE SALE
HOUSE DRESSES
In Prints, all sizes and shadings
worth reg. $1.50, will be sold at
85c
.. for #L«9
....    95c.
FLANNELETTE
We have MANY HUNDREDS OF YARDS
OF FLANNELETTE, white and colored,
which will he sold, as long as it  lasts.
For a Very Special  Price:
White Flannelette, 4 yards for  #1.00
Striped Flannelette, 5 yards for ... 1.00
While this Sale Is on we will sell
A Quantity of PRINT at 25c yd.
Ke'truliirly worth lOc. por jnnl
Flannelette SH0ES
Blankets
Gray & White
full size, reg.
$2,25 per pair
Nile Price 2.45
-'V^^SSaW
LADIES' HOSE
TWENTY DOZEN LADIES'
SILK HOSE, ill colors black
and white, regular price $1.75
per pair, to he sold out at the
Special Price per pair of 95c
Ladies' Black, While or
Brown Lisle Hose, regular
00c. per pair, to lie sold at
. Special at :i pairs for #1.00
Dozen 'Cotton Hose in black and white, regular 45c.
per pair, now    I pairs for #1.00
CORSETS at One-Quarter off Regular Prices
just about Half Price
A Child's Shoe, regular
$1.25, for    95c.
A Child's Shoe, regular
$2.00 for  #1.50 v
All sizes In  Misses' or
Boys   Shoes,   regular
$3.00, for   2.25
All sizes In Misses' or
Boys' Shoes,  regular
$4.00, for    8.00
LadleB' Shoes, reg. $0.. 4.50 I	
GOO Pairs of Women's, Misses', BoyB' and Children's Shoes
ALL SIZES, GOING AT HALF PRICE
Ladies' Shoes, reg. $8   96
Ladles' Shoes, regular
$12.50 for $9.40
NO (JOODS IN THIS SALE CAN' BE CHARGED —NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES
W.  D.  HILL
'IHE LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S STORE EXCLUSIVELY Friday, February 9, 1928
THE  CRANBROOK   HERALD
I'AIIK   THREE
"OUR COFFEE IS GOOD"
PURE CREAM SERVED
Prompt  Service at
The CLUB CAFE
St. John, N.it. Tiie ouuuiiun Pact
flo Railway havo to duty Bblpped
over two mil!ion bushels of grain
more thin BOttBOU than during llio cor-
responding period lasl yeur. This
season's shipments have already totalled 4,987,104 bushels, as compared
with 2,(168,682 bllBhols on tho same
diito last Houson.
Milk and Cream
DIRECT FROM
Big Butte Dairy Farm
(frame's Brend Is GOOD Ureud
HIa Plea, Cakes and Pcstry ar«
made In a tasty manner which
Invites tlie moat exacting person to rill again, at
THE HOME BAKERY
Phone 67       •       Norbury Ave.
\
\
CRANBROOK GLEANERS
AND DYERS
Every Garment, sent to us to be
Cleaned or Dyed is given
Our Utmost Care.
Our knowledge of the business
is your assurance of satisfaction
here.   Phone, und we will call,
<«      or bring us your work.
•Ve Clean and Dye Everything.
PHONK  157
HAY MM LAKE AND
WALDO NEWS
Another two weeks will probably
ee the llrst of tb« cut at tbe Adolph
Mill. Baynes. Luke. N'o more logs ure
being nil and about ten days will
suffice lo haul the logs to tbe mill
Mr. Shew, the new manager of the
Adolph Mill has been spending a few
days in Calgary on business.
Miss F\ Butlodge left Baylies, where
she luiH been visiting Dr. and Mrs.
Christie, on Sunday last, Tor Pull
(Uvor.
Mr. Charles Tanner is Htilr engaged
on tho school building at Flagstone.
Tho oil fevor has struck Paynes
ami Waldo since the word was received In regard to the striking of oil in
ibo well of tho Hock Petroleum al
Shelby, Many future millionaires are
already blooming out.
Tho Paynes Luke Juniors lost out
In u ganio of hockey against the Elko
Juniors at Elko last Saturday, by a
score of 5 to 2, The Baynes boys are
planning for revenge when the Elko-
ites return the match next Sunday.
The Waldo hockey team enjoyed the
recent trip to Fernie and Cranbrook.
At Pernio they defeated the Fernie
Seniors, not Intermediates, by a score
mfft 6 to 3. They came up against a
stronger team at Cranbrook and lost
out in a hardly contested game by 6
I. Cranbrook has a team to be
proud of, and all East Kootenay hockey fans are hoping for a match between Fernie and Cranbrook In the
near future.
The flrat and second teams at Waldo
played to a tie 1 to 1 here last Sun-
lay In a real hard game of hockey.
The Paynes Hocjkey Club are hoping for a good turn-out at their dance
lero on February 9th.   A good time
's promised.
Mr. Sam Morrow has commenced
lie ice season by taking a few loads
out of Paynes Lake. He is obtaining
a thickness of It; Inches.
Jimmy Muldoon, our star hockey
player 1b leaving at the end of the
week for Lumberton, where he haa
obtained a position with the B.C.
Spruce Mills,
CENTRAL SCHOOL
PROMOTIOH   LISTS.
[Continued from Page One)
First Picture of French Forces in Essen
r—       Krr-
K. Chorlton
*OW TAPD WRITING
AND   ILLUMINATING
Terms Reasonable
Hanson .lie.        Phone 320
I'ron
Ol Oil
frulll   Reel Iving   Class  ti
H-lrel  1
rim
r:    Jajnei  A na,  Louise
Burton
ner, Al
Jovilun
.   Rl
ymonu Burgees,  \<luli>liub
Ij's DeXVolf, George Faulk-
Iray, Frank Jones, Claude
ffortl   Laraphler,   Kemietli
Pliyllt,
Uoi...  il rg i McLeod
Wtlllnn
barn  .\
ham   1
Vance,
Mi
Jan
Leod,  Oavlil Miller, Bar-
eail, Sybil Xoi rrovo, Ora-
.   Archie   llobcris.   Marl
Helen    Sliroull,    Donald
es Thompson, VIolol  An-
drawn,
Krec
L.
PattinBon, Fredle Shaw.
(.'. HENDERSON, Toacher
I'KO.MOTION LIST
I'ltOJI SOUTH  WARD
SCHOOL  GRADES
I'romolloi
III VISION  I.
i in .Ir. Thin! (Isl Term)
•lor. Ruth Fanning, Muriel
Jnnics
Mai l.i
Llitlon In Seiiiiir Si'Ciiliil
Wes  Bvclyne Ely, Dor-
Lhlnglon, l.iiiii. Holm, Jolm
laronco Jolinson, .U.irniy
, Fruncls Curio. Rosle Main   Russell,   Joslo   Blofnre,
GEORGE E. BOWER
L.R.A.M., A.R.C.M.,
Musical Director
Cranbrook Musical Society
Teacher of Singing, Violin and
Piano
Preparation for Musicnl Examinations
Phone lilt)
Crniihrook, BtC
Cranbrook Hotel Cafe
Tho Only First Class Dining
Room In lhe City
Our  Sonlie   Will Clean You
Open (roin 7.18 a.m. W R.IB p.m.
H. C. LONG
Faihtonaule ladlea1 nml Geatf
Men-hunt Tailor.
Chlnoao Fancy Qooda and Silk.
Van Hume St., ('raiiliriiiik
riione 41il P.O. Box 147
■■pre" """■ ;
V a i! K i: it & M o G E B j
Flour und Food Merchants
Hay and Drain "I All Kinds
Hanson Atenne
Cranbrook
Olllce l'lione 92    lies, l'hono 310
HIBBBB.:;;'...
CANADIAN "
PACIFIC
CHAMUIOOK THAIS TIXCH
NO. 17 DAILY—To Nelson, Vancouver, Spokane, etc. Arrive 18.10 V.
m.i leave 12.20 p.m.
HO. 18 BAIM—To Fernie, Leth-
twldaje, Medicine Hat, Calgary, etc.
Arrive 4.10 p.m.; leave 4.10 p.m.
Craibrook, WjcURe, Kimberley Bar.
Tint
Ha. BH—Leave 7.06 a.m.  H0.8M—Arrive 1.10 pjn,
Cmlrook, Lake Windermere an*
Golden gerlvw!
lloodar and Thnraday, each week
—HO. Ml, leave > a.m.    Wedneadai
and   «atnrday-HO. tn, arrlra   I.M
Par rartbar gaitfeilaira atfU to
Uf Utkat aana'.
J. B. PROCTOR,
Calgary,  Alberta.— The  production
coal   In   Alberta  during  October.
which reachod a total of 926.752 tons.
istabllahed a new high water mark In
the history of the Industry In this pro-
ince. This Is an Increase of 3.10.000
ions over the figures for October, 1921
Coal production In Alberta up to the
end of October, however, was 360.000
Inns less than for the corresponding
period a year ago. In 1921 a total of
4,610,301 tons wore produced as compared with 4.2ii0.S24 tons up to October, 1922.
I
'California Fig-Syrup"  is
Child's Best Laxative
Hurry niolhor! Kven a cross, sick
child loves tlio "fruity" tasto of "California Fig Syrup" and It never rails
ui upon the bowels. A toanpoonfill to-
day may prevent a sick child tomorrow. If constipated, bilious, feverish,
Fretful, has cold, colic, or It stomach
Is sour, tongue coated, breath bad, remember n good cleansing of the little
bowels Is often all that Is necessary.
Ask your druggist for genuine "California Fig Syrup" which has directions for babies and children of all
ages printed on bottle. Mother! You
must say "California" or you may get
an imitation fig syrup.
nl Head-
Arthur Sakaguichi, Simon Frost,
lleurge Pelton, Kinjo: Holm. Mary
Rubertsou. Jay Welkel
B GIBSON, Teacher.
DIVISION VI.
Promoted to Senior Third I
1st Term: .Mae Qooderham, luitheritie
Martin. Jessie MuBBer, Dorothy Bridges, Dobie MacDonald. Florence Pat-
tiiisou, Donald MacDonald, Quid
Shankland, Qeorge RobertB, Douglas
Pulton. Hotly l.uiiu. draco Prltchard,
chrlssio Charboneau, Qeorge rlayman,
Grace Floii, Harold Holdener, Leslie
Kuhnorl. Waller Helmajllg. Ida Lancaster. Flloen Gray, Jack Fan ell. Joe
(lenost. Helen Campbell, Helen Mac-
Qtll, Finiuu Connolly, Lome. Barber,
Beulah   Hill.   Lucille   Boellng,   Tom
liuyier. William Tl as.
II. H. DeCEW, Teacher.
Ill VISION ill.
Promoted to 2nd Term Junior Third:
Wlnnirrod McQiinld. Josephine Mara-
podi, Margarql Henderson. Alex, li.tl-
ili-l, Kathleen Worthlngton, Roy Lln-
noll, Mary MacDonald, Cormela Nnso,
Kathleen Etlmondson, William Hani
son, Marlon Cuthbert, Morgarel Far-
roll, Annie Moore, Barbnra Beale,
Jack Parker, Alex. Dargle, Maurice
Oodderls, David Harvey, Waller Barrett, Alex. Williams, Slay Slrachali.
James Huchcroft, Lilian Webster,
(ieralil Lye. Hilly Crawford, Harry
Christian, Gnrnel Blnlne, Claude Miller.  Kathleen  Nlsbet,   Willie  McCoy,
Vincent Ljnngquist, Eugi  Kennedy,
Donald MacKenzle, Walter Agland.
A. SUTHERLAND, Teacher,
DIVISION VIII.
Promoted to Junior Third, 2nd
Teivn: Annie Harblnson, Leslie Philips, ltutii Bond, Henry Taylor, May
Russell. John MacKay. Alice Harper.
Promoted from Senior Second to
Junior Third: Donald MacDonald,
Nancy McCrliullc. .lean Rtltledgo, Eddie Leonard, Rohona Miller, Madeline
Wise, Blvn Turner. Hazel Clopp, Jo-
Bephtne Demichol, Patrick Harrison,
Bertie Pelton, Ruth McKowan, Horace
Mullill. Hazel Bowloy, Vivian Kemp.
Pauline Wise. Jimmy Dixon, Wrlglll
Speers, Marshall MacPherson, Raymond I.usconiho.
On Trial: Hilda Robinson, Frank
Campbell, Reginald Shaw.
Arthur Lodge promoted on recommendation.
P. M. a. C. Maelio.NAI.n. Teacher
DIVISION IX.
Promoted lo Senior Second Reader:
Olive Norgrove, Dorothy Fletl, Melve
Parrett,  Mary  Roberts and  Beverley
Collier equal, Mali Ken. Chow '.Vain.
Deny Honest and Dime Vim equal,
Cyril Harrison, Chow Iling. Helen
tillrny and Liny Andrews equal,
Yvonne Williams. Eunice Moore, Lily
Polio, Edna Collier, .Mary Fyle and
Edna Baxter Bqual, Gordon Hexiali.
Edwin Haley. Mali Chung, Willie Slov-
ely. Marie Collins. Qeno Blgatllnl and
Sadie Gibbs equal, Mary Lamont, Norman Blaine and Donald Cameron
equal..Frank McClure, Florence Jolin-
Bton, Jessie Caaal ly. Man Prlichard,
l.cniia Small, Allen Patmore, Margaret Cullon, Willi" Cullon, Phyllis
Home,   Jessie   South,   Lily   Mnlson
Hllla   I'nlio
MURIEL 1.   BAXTER, Teaclioi.
DIVISION N.
Promoted to Second Reader: Harvey Iliree. Marguerite Wnlkley, Hilda
Smith, Owen Haley, Billy Whiting,
Norali Simpson, Jack Patllnson. Evelyn Holdener, Kathleen MacDonald,
Jessie MacKay, Edgar uifin. Edna
3baw, James l.iiiiu, Jane Nlsbet, Carl
Mnllln, Christina Williams, Buaye
Futa. Thou Laurie, Dorothy MacDonald, Joyce Campbell, Billy Burton,
Killlh Walker Hilda alllls. Margaret
Rtttledge, Godfrey Helmslng, James
Halcrow, Lizzie Godderis.
On Trial: Roberl Sleveley, VIolol
Moore, Gordon Spoors.
Kl.I,KN li PATERSON, Teacher.|
DIVISION XI.
Promoted to first Reader:   T. Fug-J   Victoria   B.C.- It   Is reported that,
ita, J. Parkin, c Hanrahau, K. Haynos provided the Federal Government will
A. Provensano, K Margawo, (.1. Rat- bear an equal expenditure, the Clly ol
cllffo, s Hclse, it Kiizak. H Haley, Victoria will : 150,000 linmedl-
F. Morro. il Langlon, E. Leonard, ately [n paying half tl i grain
K. Haynos. ,I Wong, D Gill, P. Walk- elevator on the Ogden Polnl piers
ley,   Ou irial:   J. Nlblock, F. Miller,Ihere. A   by-law   authorizing  iho  ox-
B. Faulkner, C. Morrison. pendlture of this money will be sub-
I'rniniiieil   to   Secnnil   Primer:    C, inltted to the electors If the Gov rn-
Wilson, c. Way. E. Dale. It. Colllna, ineni agreos ti ,;" flfty-flfty -,irn;,u I-
E. Romnnlok, .1. MacDonald, B. Illll Hon, so thai the elevator maj be rea-
li. Brown, C. George, M. Atkinson, M. dy ror the fall movement
Keyos.   On irial.   P. Parker, S. Whit-1	
taker. S. Hollliossy.
SARA V. McCAl.I.l'M. Teacher.   aT-*' j *.'~    ■
DIVISION Nil.
Promoted from First Primer to Sec- j
nnd   Primer:    Fililh   Jolinson,   Tony:
Nnso.   Mario   Howell.   Francos   Slye. j
May Harvey, Stanley Williams, Wil-
Constipation'!!'"
l:,UHt come from   nal I]
King is a mixture ol
herbs and roots thai ri
tern of impurities  i:i  :.  ■
natural way. All old
rere, dy   Sue and 00c i
n
Salesman's C      \
tt   * *.. A •  I
irr    Li il Eacusti mera
him    inefficiunt   ami   i
Shiloh ia the ideal ren ■
not  a bulky  c»ugh   mix I
I ut a BpeciaJ form tlaprovi
cessful for mai j y, ai ■
■ In ; b   brings   immi liate   i
3"-. 60c ai.ti $1.20   A.i ■*■■ .
Iff II
_. - . .       j
Ii was exactly 1.45 V. M. when th. 'rench cavalry rinle Into Esseh, if the dock ol n„. railroad statl u
lhe left was correct This/exclusive picture Is Hie llrst taken of the actual occupation of tho Ger lau
.1 center by tho French forces.   Streets were crowded by (Jeriuaus out to sec the entrance nf the Invaders.
Honor Hull
Hlghesl in i lass, Senl ir
ir:   Bmlly Taylor.
Iligiie.-i   iii   class.   Junior   Second
Reader:   Itosalyae Weston.
Hlghesl   in   I'lai'H,   Kirs:   Render:
Mo
no
Cla
ul
Hlghesl   In
Edith Wells.
I'cricet Ulendance
JnmeB Atchison, Clarence Barrett,
Francis Curie, Joi t Bl rain, Karl
Brennon, Alon Cuthbert, Winuii'reil
Harper, Coble Holm. Dolly Johns,
John .Macro. Ro3le Magro, Ethel Mail Malone, Murray Rombough,
Edith Wellk, Hosalyne Weston, Ada
Gnmmo ■  Bill; Snunders.
E. N. SING, Teacher.
I'NDMO
bUIMd
Lift Off with Fingers
Till:    WKA'I'HKK   llll.l.KTIN
Official Tlierinometer Readings
Al ('raiiliriiiik
Max. Mln.
/Thursday, February 1        4—15
Friday, February :'      0 — 0 ;
Saturday, February ::     u —10  '
Sunday, February I   -17       i
Monday, February 6   27 _ i
Tuesday. February 6   :'t       2
Wednesday, February 7 .  ,   m     :i
A Woman's Pnic
The useful  pride  whi
makes  woman   ctuefu] of
Uer appearance and complexion funis a help iu the
purity and delicate din
BABY'S OWN
S01P
Doom.'! hurt a bit! Drop a little
"Frozono" ou an aching corn, tn-
Btantly that corn stops hurting, theo
shortly you lift It right off with flng-
its.   Truly!
Yotir druggist sella a tiny bottle of
"Freozoue" for a few centH, sufficient
to remove every hard corn, ioft com,
or corn betweon the toes, and the cal-
iubbos, without ioren«M or IrrlUttoa
Bruce Robinson
Teaclier of Music
Stmliii above Mtirdock MoLeod's. ptone 295
flBflllS8H,S1.1].IJRI-DnilRlilllEE0F0!i
Ull!   HKI IAIIII.ITV.   SlUMi-
m:ss of COXSTBUCTIOX,
1*1 HI TV 111' TONE AMI PBR.
FECTION OF TOUCH,
CHOOSE A
Billy Mc.N'i
Panning, Jul
DIVISION II.
»n«    i I lns« lo II Class
Veil, Harold Curie, Eileen
ley, Kiilierl I'ntitn-
11.  Bllen  Saniiders,  Tiny Sullivan,
llnrry Sollckl. Katl eiino I'brainlz.
li t Nt— In i ir-l Primer
MarRiirite  M*i      II   Victoria  I'as-
eiii/.n. Doris My. :'r. la M.Ceo. Annie
Dirl in. Leo Gl rainon, Ollondn Masro.
SI mlei  Weston, Jeanotte l.'Ablic.     -
I ir-i Printer lo Second 1'rlnior
Ivor Parrett, John Broniaky, Ronnte
Fob nnii. Viol"'   Miller. Hubert  Lln-
nell.   Marlon   Leask,   Rose   Blefare,
Margaret    Cassels,   John    Pascttzzo,
Laura Malone.
Perfcrl Vlieuilnnee
John Bronisky, Angelina Blefere
Annie Berkln, Doris Floy. Honnle
Coleman, 1st 1 Haley, Frleds McOee,
Eltleen Pautllng, Stunley Vt'eston, Ivor
Barrett, Billy McNTel, Qelondn Magro.
I. M. FI.KFHV, Teacher.
NELSON BUSINESS COLLEGE
LEARN TO EARN
Practical Commercial Course In
Shorthand, Typewriting
llookkeeplng.   Commercial   Law
Penmanship
(unuaierclal English and
Spelling
DAY   AND   NIGHT   CLASSICS
For Particulars Apply to
C. W. TTLEK, Principal
P. 0. Hoi, 11, Bielsnn, B.C.
Write tor Booklet or Call at   41" linker Street, NelSOTJ, B.C,
IlllliS!      HEAITIFY
IIAIK IN A MOMENT
Til   This!    A  Gleam)' Mass of
Soft, Luxuriant iinlr
In a row moments you can transform even plain, dull, Hat hair. You
can have 11 iihundant, soft, glossy and
full of life. Just gel a .15 cent bottle
of "Danderlne" at any drag store.
Then moisten 11 soft cloth with the
"Dnnderine" nnd draw this through
your hair, taking one small strand at
a time. Instantly, yes. Immediately,
you have doubled the beauty of your
hair, it will be a mass, so soft, lustrous nnd so easy to do up. All dust
and excessive oil Is removed.
I.el "Danderlne" pul new life, vigor
and brightness In your hair. This
stimulating tonic will freshen your
sealp, check dandruff and falling hnir.
ami help your hair 10 grow long, thick.
strong and beautiful.
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Innii'lu Limited
OFFICES. SMELTING AND REFINING DEPARTMENT *
TBAIL,    BRITISH    COLUMBIA
SMELTERS AND  REFINERS
Purchasers of Gold, SIItit, Copper, Lead & Zinc Ores
Producers of Gold, Silver,   Topper, Pig Lead and Zinc
"TAIIANAC" BRAND
mm
Just use soap and hot water to clean
SMP Enameled Ware. It is so clean
and so pure. As smooth as china
A and as strong as steel. And no metal
touches lhe food.    Be sure you get
ifirfjfl*^
'1 iiree finUha. Pearl Ware, hvo coaU of pearly grey enamel
insid-.' and out. Diamond Wart-, three coats, light IjIuc and
white outside, white lining; CryMa! Ware, three coat*, purr
white iniiae and   out, with Royal b!ue edging.
TM ShHt   Metal  Products Co. "UmtSd"
Montr«>, TORONTO Wlnnlp^i
Edmonton Vancouver C«ls»/
DELANy & SINCLAIR
SOLE AGENTS FOR
SMP  WARE  IN  CRANBROOK
Phone S4 Phone S4
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jHtan a
MOME. !
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THE   CRANBROOK   llERAMt
Friday, February 9, 1988
i;.jui¥n^iiir:'UJi-i?j ywaj juwi gagg m:
dxa fcgn (uiitj aiilamibirnn-i^/ii
lMbodist Eburcb
REV. 13. C. FBEE1UN, Pastor
SUNDAY NEXT, FEBRUARY 11th
11 a,m.—Morning Service "THE SIGN OF THE THREE FINGERS''
Boy Scouts. Methodist Group, will attend Church Parade.
Everybody Welcome.
Youth especially Invited to this service.
12.16   ... Sunday School.   Bible Class led by Pastor
7.30 p.m  "MIRACLES OF GRACE"
Illustrated with lantern slides from personal experiences in
Indian Missionary Work.
A CORDIAL WELCOME TO ALL
^ ggj gQ T^jffl^TJ, |K6a ulwn ^ j^'^jDiKimu^fc. fia^HgJ
Wins Highest
Scout Honor
( Itl'.DIlUY  AT GOLDEH
SHOWS PROFIT OS FIRST
FEW MONTHS' Itl'NNlNtl
The annual meeting of the Columbia
1 Valley Co-Operative Creamery Asso-
I elation was held ill Uolden last week,
| when the financial statement for the
period of operation was presented and
directors elected for the ensuing, year.
While the creamery lias been operating for a period ■>( only live mouths,
the profit of over $550 shown was*
thought lo be quite satisfactory when
It is iiiken Into consideration that
there are barely siillirleiil dairy cattle
iu tho district in keep lbe plnnt in
operation. Nine thousand, nine hundred nud llilrly pounds of butter fat
j was received, and 11,1150 pounds of
j butter were turned out In that period
| which ended December 31. In addition In the above a considerable iinan-
Hty of cream was sold.
New directors elected are F. I.. Mil-
Baptist Cijurch
PASTOR  W.  T.  TAPSCOTT
SUNDAY NKXT, FEB. llih
'THE   DOGMATISM OP
CHRISTIANITY"
7.;io p.m.|
"THE RELIGION OF JESt'S IS
A  BANQUET"
In impressive ceremonies, Wm,
Cannon, ol l.os Angeles, Calif., lias
been awarded highest scout honors,
the National medal ol Honor. Despite a terrific tide and hi^h waves,
be plunged into the sea at Honolulu
last year, saving two women liom
drowning. Shown here, be is wear-
inn Oir medal.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
10UUES AM) SOCIETIES
l'lione 2111
P.O. Bci 383
B. A. M90RH0USE
A.M.E.I.C., &. B.C.L.S.
I'itOV. USB SlIKVMOK
Criinliroiik     •      -      -     B.C*
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE      j C'TTX^TlT^^T)
Meets   In   the    I DENTIST V
4foi   t& ow-VA' HaUII  Caiiipbcll-JlaiminB Block (
^JfcLlW      afternoon ot th. /      ,.,.„,,„,;.    Office Hoar,i      J
MmMSSL       ""' TuMa,y »'  I • to 12, 1 to 5 p.m.   8nts. » In 1. I
President!    Mrs
Sve.-Treasurer:
All ladles are
cordially Invited
F. CunsUnUne.
Mrs.   S.  Tailei.
KMIillTS OF PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, B.C.
Meeir every Tuesday at 8 p.m.
a i be Fraternity Hall
\V. A. Wilson, C. C.
II. L. Harrison, K. of R. & S.
J. Walker, M. of F.
Visiting Brethren Cordially In-
vlled Tu Attend.
Ills. Green A .MacKinnon
Physicians und Surgeuns
Office at  residence, Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICE  HOURS
Afternoons     2.00 to 4.00
Evenings   7.110 lo S.30
.Sundays   2.00 to 4.00
CRANBROOK, B.C.
I. O. O. F.
KKt
CITY LODGE,
No. 42
^^»v          Meets every
jL.-Ffv^""'11"' "'*'""'
^53*"SbV 'he Auditorium
Sojoi
rnlllg Odd Fellows
dlnlly Invited.
arc cor-
KG.
E. tl.
Dlngley
Roc.
Sec.    -    -     W. C
. Aillurd
lilt. I. It. MILKS
DENTIST
OFFICE HOUUS
1) to 12 a.m.     1 to 6 p.m.
Hanson Dlk., CRANBROOK, B.C.
hell, W. Lumsden, E. Jacobson, H, it.
Cornell, \V. Q. Cotterell, \V. Bower
mil E, A. Kallman, Two auditors, W
Ayres and W. A. Patterson, wore alst
chosen. A hearty vote of thanks war
passed to the retiring directors tor the
excellent service given during tho
past yeur towards getting the under
taking under way so successfully.
ELKO  HAPPENINGS
* * ■■ *
• • •
SHIPMENTS OF ORE TO
THE 1KAIL SMELTER
Following is a statement of or
celved at the Trail Smelter for
period during January 22nd to 3>
clusivej
Name of .Mine and Locality
Alamo Milt, Alamo, B.C	
Black Rock, Northport, Wn. ...
Henderson Group, Smithers, B.C
Knot) Hill, Republic, Wn	
Krao, Alnsworth, B.C	
Lone Pine Surprise, Republic .
Paradise, Windermere, B.C. . - ■
Quilp, Republic, Wn	
Silversmith (zinc), Sandon. B.l
Silversmith (lend), Sandon. H.<
Steel Group, Brlsco, B.C	
Surprise, Republic, Wn	
Company Mines 	
e re-
t lust in-
Tons
172
115
43
212
31
15H
0,231
Total
.10,601!
Vancouver, B.i\—With Ihe record of
being one of the two copper companies in the British Empire which kept
in operation following the after war
slump, the Granby Consolidated Mining ami Smelting ami Power Company
at Anyox is now preparing for an extensive addition to the present plant.
Construction has already started on
one of Die largest multiple arch stor
age dams ou Hie American continent
to provide (hem with a storage dam
for power purposes. The new dam Is
costing approximately $500,000, und
when completed will lake care
12.0(11) acre-feel of water.
F. M. M ACPI! E RSON
I'lulertnker
I'tii.iie 3j(I
Norburj Ati-., lint tu City Hall
WHY    OPERATE I
BEST  WORKMANSHIP
FIT GUARANTEED
C.  JOE   BROS.
MERCHANT TAILORS
LADIES'   AN'li   OBNTLBMEN'8
PINE TAILORING
CLEANING AND PRESSING
Cranbrook Street
Opposite the Bunk of Common*
K.  MAIGAWA
Confectionery
Sort Drinks
Tobaccos, Cigars
Fruits in Season
Van Home St, Opp. C.P.R.
P.O. Box 640.       HouniH to Rent
Montana Restaurant
Sleala at All Hours
Cigars, Glgarottoi nn<l ('untiles
I'rnnliruok St.     -     I'linne Bui
Opp. Bank of Commerco
When HBPATOLA remove* fall
atones In 2, hours without pain and
rellovoa apiK-ndlcltts, stomach and
llvor troubles. Contains no polion.
Not sold !.y druggists.
BUS. GEO. 8. ALMAS
Sola Manufacturer
17.0 Fourth Ave.. Bo., Saskatoon, Bask.
Price 16.50 Pliona ,«66
Fresh
Flavor
of
Pacific     lygg
Among oiher things women
mention lu their letters to us
aro the flavor and freshness
ot Pacific Milk. Some ask
why this British Columbia
/ product is ho different, We
t-au only claim that part of
die credll which is due to the
Improved process of canning,
actually, that flavor and
freshness are due to lhe purity nud quality of the natural
milk. The better process simply retains this naturalness.
Pacific Milk Co., Ltd.
lira.I  lllllie. Yuni'miier, II.C.
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His a 1>ry II mm-
".The toast   was drank  in  silence,
was the sentence on tlie blackboard,
James Halloway. correct that sen
lenco," said the teacher.
Jimmy went to the board and wrote
The toast   was ale iu silence."
Mr. .]. ii, Baby, late civil engineer
with iho Wigwam Pulp Mill at McNab
aiding, lias returned to Elko Indefinitely.
Mr. R, Mnchum and ('. Downey, ot
Cranbrook, were iu Elko and vicinity
during the week.
Misses Stella anil Arthenu Uonuan
left for Grand Forks, after an extended visit with their slater Mrs. S, Tod-
hunter.
Miss B, Swan-sou has again resumed
her duties at the Posl Offlce.
Tho following travellers were Elko
visitors during the week: J. C. Car-
Uthers, Victoria; K. J. flay, Vainou-
Ver; Mr. Webster, Cranbrook; W. A.
Sterling. Calgary,
A hockey game was staged by Paynes Lake and Elko hoys on Saturday,
which resulted In a win [or Elko, the
score being Elko 5 goals. Paynes Lake
1. Kikn boys are lo play a return
game ai Uayues Lake next Sal unlay
or Sunday. Watch young Willie Duncan lead bis tribe of puck chasers to
The Married vs. single Men's bock-
gaine resulted in a win for tha
married men. The single men feel
sure they can win, so have offered n
lurse of $100, the game to be played
n the near future.
A delightful party was given by Mr.
ind Mrs. A. Birnle, to a number ot
friends at their home on Friday even
ing. Music occupied the greater part
it the evening, ami at mid-night (lain
y refreshments were served.
Possibly one of the Jollies! evenings
of the season took place Saturday
evening at the homo of Mr. and Mrs
Scott, when a number of their friends
surprised them. Much good talent
was shown by the local citizens,
Mr. .1- Taylor of Whlteflsh, Montana,
was in Elko over tlie week-end. visiting bis mother.
Rev. Garlic,  Anglican   minister of
Michel, spent a few days in Elko ;
district.
Mr. T. Prentice of Pernio passed
through Elko en route to Waldo on
Tuesday.
r. Heskelh of McXah was a visitor
Tuesday.
Mr. Alex. Btmle has just received
the sail news nf lhe death of his older
brother Jim at Aberdeen, Scotland,
Alex, may have to visil the Old Country tn order io straighten up his deceased brother's affairs, whose estate
is considered quite valuable.
Constable Smith was a business visitor to JulTray Tuesday.
^tfteJte "J
1     .-f.^i^c, op ihicovz iAy  up/a
,ccw ->*•« we caai't s'ur-rotT
..- oOVtSHIwaNT   A.1P A W=B
Nip Baby's Colds
in the Bud
External Treatment Willi Vnp-
.irizinti Salve Is lies.
Some children seei
old after another—
banco   to   huiid   up
lo take <
lever have
any   strength.
This is apt to make them puny and
leltcate — just sets them hack for
months.
Many Cranbrook mothers are Anting that they can break up a cold best
With Vicks VapoHub. the externally
applied, vaporizing salve. While it
his like a liniment or plaster, it is
also Inhaled as a vapor, and so gets
into the throat and lungs immediately.
I'hu cold is often broken up over
night.
ViCks Is prompt, too. in croup, und
[ually good for skin hurts and itch
Inga,
Mrs. Wm. White. -H Sebastopol St.
Montreal. Que., writes; "1 And Vicks
plendid. 1 used it for headache and
ore throat ami also used it on baby
for bronchitis, and when I called m
doctor be said it was the besi
thing I could have done. I have recommended it to others and they have
used It. I apply It freely lu the affected parts and leave il do do its
work."
At all drug stores, 60c. a jar. For
a free lest size package, write Vlck
Chemical Co., 844 st, Paul St., w..
Montreal) P. tj,
Though Vhks Is new In Canada, It
enjoys a remarkable sale. Over 1
million jars used yearly.
Notice
TAKE NOTICE that Dong Sen nnd
Dong Tong have purchased the bunl
nose of T. Fujiyama, known as the
Canadian Cafe. Van Home Street,
Cranbrook, and that nil persons having claims against the said T. Fujiyama are requested to render same
by February 2uth next,
Dated nt Cranbrook, B.C., Jnnunry
21th, 1923.
DONG BEN.
O-M DONO TONG.
IPS
..SVC
MAIli  CONTRACT
BBAU3D TENDERS, addressed lo
llio l-ostnmsier General, will be re-
celved ;ii Ottawa iiiitll noon, nn Fri-
iloy, tha ntli day or March, 1928, (or the
conveyance m* His Majesty's Mails, on
n proposed Gon'tract lor four years,
twelvo limes per week on the route
Kimberley and Railway sintlon (Can.
I'tic.I front the Postmaster General's
pleasure.
Printed nctii-es containing further
information us tn conditions of pro-
posed Contract may be seen, and
blank forms ot Tender may be obtained al the Posl OHUe of Kimberley,
B.C., and at the ollleo of lbe Post
twice Inspector, PobI Ollleo Inspector's Office, Calgary, aJta.
II. A. llltlH-li,
l-nsi Office Inspi-iioi'.
Jan. 20th, 1993. 49-51
\YlM>i:iOH.Iti:   D1STKICT
MINKS ENTERS LIST
OF Sllll'IMMI rHOIM'.HTIi:s
Three new Bhlpnttlg mluos were added lasi week in the llsl of customors
of lhe Trail Smelter. They wore llio
Steele, Nip and Tuck, nnd Isaac, nil In
.bo East Kootenny anil In tbo same
mineral seel ion. Returns from tho
i- have nol reached mining circles yet. bin li is probablo the net will
i most encouraging lor further dc-
iloinnont and go a long way toward
paying for further opening the pro-
nei'licB up.
Bach ot tbe three Is silver-lead property,   high   In   silver   values.     Willi
lead ol an especially high figure, and
silver al a good price, profitable mining ot such ores Is practicable even On
11 small scale.
The Steele group is owned by a
company In which Dr. W. C. McKech-
nie ot Vancouver is heavily Interested.
Bx-Ald. Prank Woodslde, Thomas Ker-
l-lllsll, John Pedei'sun ami others are
Interested In the Nip and Tuck, li
was Pedorson who was responsible
tor the revival ol mining In thai particular section of the country, be having broiiRhi Hie original owners and
presenl owners together. Each property sent one carload of ore to Trail.
A second from the Steel group should
he nt the snielier Immediately and
there are aboul three more carloads of
me ready for shipment The Nip and
Tuck also lui- more ore Backed for
shipment.
The three new properties are In tlie
section of the Ka-i Kootenay drained
by Toby Creek, llcirse Thief and No.
Two and No. Three Creeks and their
tributaries. The ledges have every
appearance of pormnnonce. Dykes can
be traced a'long distance and, in
places, glacial action has stripped Ihe
veins, leaving ere bodies uncovered.
The capping in the majority nf tlie
ledges is heavy Iron sulphide. The
general character of the ores is lead
sulphide carrying considerable quantities nt gray chulcopyrlte and occasionally ruby silver. Some very rich
samples have been brought to Van-
cine, er.
The -Steele group ailjnins Hie old
lime Lead Queen, which i'.ns not opor-
aled for years. The lead on the Steele
properly is about nine feel in width.
Development consists of a 70-fl. iun-
nol tn the vein. Hiving nlmni sixty feel
if depth on the ore. The No. - tunnel will be driven In gel a depth of
ihniil 200 feet. The present owners
alnce inking the group over ns a raw
prospect Installed a 1,200-fool tram.
The Nip and Tuck Is one of lhe old
properties nf the district and already
had an aerial tram on lhe ground aril
considerable work already done when
lhe new owners tnnk it over. The
distriei is reached from Brlsco and
Windermere on Ihe r. P. It. and by a
llrst class wagon road, li was lack
of transportation which retarded the
district iu past years. Developments
llitis far Indicate a large tonnage of
ore and it Is understood that attractive transportation rates have been
obtained,
FORT STEELE NOTES
A well attended and successful
dance was held In tlie Opera House on
Friday lust for tlie Memorial Fund.
Considering tlie attractions elsewhere
the attendance was good. Tiie com-
mlttee ace well satisfied with results,
und thank all who so kindly contributed eats. Tlio music was provided
by tlio Rookie Four Orchestra of
Cranbrook.
Mr, Burrow was taken suddenly 111
n few days ago and went to the hos-
iiiiai. tin arrival there Dr. Green pro-
nounced II hemorrhage on the brain
lie is still lu a aorlouB condition, but
ho»ea nee entertained for his recov-
,-iy.    His ugo is. ot course,  rather
gains) him, nearly HO years.
Mr, .1. wlrlb wa
or lasi week.
Cranbrook vis-
There will he a dunce in the Opera
House on the L8lh In aid of Hie Basketball team.
Mrs, Attree wns lu Cranbrook on
business on Monday of this week.
Mr, Helmslng wns in Fori Steele
attending the monthly meeting of tbe
a. F. & A. M, on Tuesday.
The young people (and married)
ure still taking advantage of the good
sleighing and are having a gay time
with their bobs.
It is about time something was done
lit regard to tlie telephone wires on
(he road from Fort Steele to the Mission. In several places the wire if
only about live feet clear of the
ground, and in one place it is lying
across the road covered in tlie snow,
a great danger lo man and beast, es
penally in the dark.
REDISTRIBUTION   MAY
(HAM..: POLITICAL MAP
OE  BRITISH   COLUJIBIA
East Kootenay Hiding Slay Be
Extended to Reach Kootenay  l.nki'
The Redistribution Bill, which will
be considered al this session of thf
Dominion Parliament, will give British Columbia H members in tbe Commons Instead of 13 as at present. The
quota per member is 38,000 persons,
Greater Vancouver, on the lower
mainland, which is at present repro
sented by three members, now has n
rlgbl to i'i; members on the basis of
iis population. Vancouver Island
now with four members, is also entitled to four and a liulf. For COnVQ
ntence, however, this will be made
four members, and part of the district
lopped off end attached to one or the
adjoining interior districts, which will
also have their tiomularleB adjusted
according to population.
There Is also a possibility that Ihe
two Kootertays will he roughly com
blued Into one constituency, and the
member saved from Unit district put
Into a new constituency, to be created
from the Cariboo and Northern British
Columbia.
Tiie change seems possible, us at
.the last census tiie figures indicated
| that tlie population of West Kootenay
They sat   Upon a  rustic seat.
Beneath n leafy bower;
He pressed her to his manly breast,
When  knighthood  was  in  flower.
They journeyed down the centuries
To lhe llapper age of now;
She steered him to the kitchen
And made him cool; the chow.
THE PARISIAN
LADIES' TAILORS
We make, clean or press Ladles'
Dresses. Fitting guaranteed.
We make to order ladles' underwear and Men's shirts. All kinds
China and Japanese Silk Qoods.
CHARLIE WAH
MONTANA RESTAURANT BMC
CKAXBR00K STREET
Opposite ihe Bank of Commerce
Phone 201.   P.O. Box 533
L. D.Cafe
11.Mile ll|Heli|ic.lll
When you wis), B0tD.6t.hlng good
to eat ro lo tlio "1..D."
OUI    I'ltHKK    AKK    HIUIIT
Still Small Voice Cries for Justice in Shooting of Son
Waller 8. Ward, son ot Mlilicimire tlrcad King
and political nose, leaving court a free man. He
eon reused to shooting ex-gob Peters three days alter
I'elors' body was found by the roadside. With
Ward it hit wire, whom ht to ttUlnf, "rn m
happy." *^
Mrs. K. O. refers, mother or Sailor Peters, Alio
was shot down by son of wealthy baker Ward, has
gone to Gov. Smith of New York, pleading for •
thorough Investigation of the dismissal of tha murder Indictment sgalnst tht man who shot bti hoy.
After Every Meal
I ii vv o r Ic or
play, li fllves
tlie poise and
steadiness that
mean success.
It lierli-s digestion,
allay, thirst, keeping Ihe moult, cool
and moist, l'11' throat
muscles relaxed
and pliant and lbe
nerves al case.
PUT STOMACH IN
ORDER AT ONCE
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Gas, Indigestion or
Sour Stomach
Instantly! Stomach corrected! You
never feel the slightest distress from
indigestion or 8 sour, add, gassy stomach, after you eat a talilet of 'Tape's
Dlapepsln." Tho moment it reaches
the stomach all sourness, flatulence,
heartburn, ga&ses, palpitation and pain
disappear. Druggists guarantee each
package to correct digestion at once.
End your stomach trouble for few
cents.
was at least twenty per cent, in excess
of the East Kootenay area. The shift
would put Creston in a riding represented by a cabinet minister—Hon.
Dr. King, Minister of Public Works —
and might mean ranch in the getting
on Willi Kootenay Flats drainage projects, on which the Ottawa authorities have not shown the activity their
Interest in the project might warrant
Wm. Ivel of Victoria, who was defeated Liberal Candidate at Victoria
at the time of the last Federal elec^
lion, has had In hand the matter^
reporting to Ottawa on the snb,
redistribution in B.C.
THINGS TO FOHGFj
Forget the slander you hay
forget the hasty unkind wof
the quarrel and tlie cause '
whole affair, because forg^ttl
only way. Forget tlie storing
terdny; forget the chap wh
fuce forgets to smile in anil
forget the trials you have hadl
the weather If it's had; fori
"knocker"—he's a freak—forge^
seven days a week; forget wh
not played the game (you yo
may bo to blame); forget tlie plumb-'
er'.s awful charge; forget your Income
tux is large; forget the coal man and
his ways; forget the ccld on winter
days; Forget your woes, forget yo"r
ills,  BUT  PONT   FORGET  TO  PW
"Cascarets" 10c
Best Laxative
for Bowels
To clean out your bowels without
cramping or overacting, take Cascarets. Sick headache, biliousness, gates, Indigestion, sour, upset stomach,
and all Biich distress gone hy morning.
Nicest physic on eartli for grown-ups
and children. 10c. a box. Taste like
candy.
Kildren
who have once had Zam link applied
never lorget how u nothM and heals
lliuit hints. Wile mothers never use any-
tiling else, a touch of herbal Zmn Muk
-a bandage mods of almost any claan
rog- no more tears or worry,  ZarnHuk
is io pint* mid so n-iWii that it provides
tliv ..ii'.ii inula-! for every sort of wound,
abrasion or soieness.
Ask For
Mrs. j. E. Bierwirth, of Carnduff,
fiaiVi writes:"-" My little boy cut off
tin; tin) nl his tinj-i'i and it teemed a
case lor a doctor. However, I applied
ZiiniHuk lo slop the pain and bleeding
and a gave the child such relief that!
continued the treatment. Using nothing
bin /ani-lliili, 1 dressed the finger each
day, and (lie wound healed perfectly."
'am-Biik
IT ENDS MUM
a>a» i/a.H-1* oVUmmmomtU Friday, February 9, 1928
THE  CItASKKOOK  HERALD
PAGE   FIVE
- K5*
>S'!<»-Jit-
t®
Wmr?\
In the
Striped
Package'
Winners at District Bonspiei
Appetising and
Nourishing
TOE HOBTIHEST BISCUiTCOHPftHY P
(1MM» CHALLENGE
Llphardt
QU lea pie
Llphardt
Corrie
Corrie
Brown
Corrie
E a kill
Eakin
Herohmer
Hale row
Herchmer
McPhee
McPhee
McPhee
Hogarth
Hogarth
KnHlner
Simpson
MoFhorsoi
Ward
Wallace.
Leltch
Wallace
Ward
Olapp
Ward
HoilglJlHB
Kirkliiim
Klrkham
llmvness
Klrkham
Hodgson
Klrkham
Staples
Staples
TJUTES - WOOD
QUlesple
Gillespie
BowneBB
Gillespie
Cameron
Corrie
Corrlo
Leltch
Eakin
Eakin
Brown
Douglass
Brown
Brown
Staples
Qare
MePherson
McPhevsoi
Llphardt
Kastner
Hodgson
Kastner
Halcrow
McPhee
KaBtner
Clapp
Herchmer
Herchmer
Ward
Wallace
Wallace
Doran
Greenway
*
Greenway
Klrkham
Klrkham
*t3r Simpson
Simpson
Hogarth
Gillespie
Nlchol Thompson, well known mining wau ul" Vancouver, was in the
city on bualuesB for a day or two tills
week.
W. D. Hill aunouricwd a Genuine
Clearance Sale of high class merchandise, commencing on Saturday of this
week. The savings are real, and
should not be overlooked by the thrifty buyer. Hill'n Bales arc Genuine.
50tf
Lome Partridge of the Bank of
Commerce staff returned on Tuesday
from a visit to lilt ■ Pentlc-
lon.
The bargains In quality dry goods
at W. I.). Hill's Genuine Clearance
Sale Bhould not he overlooked. The
same high Quality, with 259! to 609!
off the usual prices. ,\ call will convince thai Hill's sales are genuine.
50 tf
j". K. Staples, cue of the Pincher
Creek skips at the bonspiei this week
enjoyed hi between games renewing
old acquaintances in tbe city, He
wns an one time In husiness liere in
ihe W. T. Hold store.
Packages 15*
The
.. touk place Thursday evening, to 'o0 weather held perfectly [or tilt ong smoothly, and hot lunches wore
he continued on Friday, and finished bonspiei n" week, ami with tho Ice in always available for the curlers when*
on Saturday, .splendid condition, duo to the work of   ever needed.
.„ MeBBrs. A. c. Bowness and R. C, En- —
the Consolation event j11"1' tllc lc6 committee, many of tin
habitual bonsplelerB were enthuslas
tic over the success of the event her<
The draws 1
)   started  on  Friday afternoon, and  by
200 pairs of Ladles' Shoes; 200
! pairs of Misses' Shoes, and 200 pairs
of Children's Shoes, In all of lhe wanted sizes, going at halt prices. Tills
is lust one of the attractions al \V
,,,,,,   ..      i,.   f,i„„.,„.„ «„,« now on   playing   ate inlo Friday nlglil  II was
11111" Grm""e C1CaranC° "'"' "    r,otr'xpe,:.e,l that the finals would he rea-|T» --'^  ,n.,. ., . ■ •
 I died Saturday afternoon.
Following tbe preliminary in Hie In-1
ternutional when the six Alberta! I" the International event. Camer-j
rinks met six B. C. rinks for aggre- on was in the finals on Friday evening
-ate points, resulting in a victory for lo meet the winner of the Brown and
B C . the B. C, rinks were lined up Douglas game, The final In this ev-
and the first ga-'eut was to lie played on    Saturday,
other essential  feature that
The ice in tho old rluk had been
repared and was in good shape, hut
■as not needed owing to the fact that
number of outside rink* expected to
iq present did not materialise,
LAMD REGISTRY
(SUCTION Kill)
VISITING CUBLERS ABE
GIVEN BANQUET
gives you a receipt jor
beautiful teeth
BBATTIE-NOBLE   DHUU   CO.
— The Rexall Store —
CRANBROOK       -       -   B.C.
Whore II picys lo deal
IN THE MATTER of Lots  1
and  2,   Block  30,   Cranbrook
City,   Map   OOU-B,   Kootenay"''
District.
PROOF   having   been   filed   in   my
office of the loss of Certificate of Title
No.   3413-A   to   the   above   mentioned
lands In the name of George lVTis-
dale, and bearing date the 12th May,
1904, i HEREBY GIVE NOTICE of my
intention at the expiration of one calendar  month  from  the  first  publication hereof to issue to the said George
P. Tisdale a provisional Certificate of
Title In  lieu of such  lost  certificate.
Any person  having any  Information
with reference to such lost Certificate
of Title is requested to communicate
will, tlie undersigned.
DATED at the Und Registry Office,
j Nelson, B.C., this 6th day nf February,
\.D. 192:..
Cranbrook Cottage Hospital
(Licensed by Prov. Govt.)
Maternity  and  General   Nursing
Terms Moderate
Hits, A. CRAWFORD,  Matron,
Garden Avenue       -   i'liuue 259
MONUMENTS
CAMI'llKM,   *   BITOHH
KOrTCHBllTAIi  CO.
LTclton
JOHN GARD
PAINTER &
PAPERIMNGER
Full lint' of Wall Taper
In Stock.
Store, Hanson Avenue
Phone 400 at all hour*
CKAMIROOk     .     .     .     1UI.
Kwong Chong
LAUNDRY
11 Armstrong Avenue
Oppoalto w. D. mil's
Flrat Clasa  Work  Guaranteed.
A. W. 1U1EXS.
Registrar.
Dnte nt llrst
publication, February
9th, 1923.
50-1
1VATBB  NOTICE
STORAGE
TAKE NOTICE! that LeRoy H. Honey, whose address is Warduer, B.O.,
will apply for a licence for the storage
of 150 acre test of water oui ol Ha Ha
Creek, also known as Lund Lake,
raise lbe level about fi feel, which
Hows easterly nnd drains into sinks
uu s L 6 ol Lot 326, about the centre
tin
fi).
The storage dam will lie located at
the natural outlet of Ha Ha Creek
from Lund Lake The capacity of the
reservoir to be created Is about i B0
acre fee*, aud il will flood about ;10
acres of land, The water will he diverted from the stream at a point
about 8.L, C, sec Con. L. No. 3*140, und
will be UBSd for Irrigation purposes
upon tho land described us Parts of
8. Lots 2 and 3 of Lot 886, Kootenny
District,
The licence applied for Is to supplement a right to take and use water as
per Conditional Licence No. 3940.
This notice wns posted ou the
ground on the 26th dny of .Tnnuniy,
1923.
A copy of tills notice nnd nn application pursuant thereto and to the
""Water Act. 1914," will bo filed In the1
office of the Water Recorder al Cfoll*
brook.
Objections to the application may be
tiled with the said Water Recorder or;
with the Comptroller of Water Rights,
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.,
within Uiirty days after the first appearance of this notice In a local
newspaper.
Tho date of the first publication of
: this notice Is January 26th, 1S23.
LeROY H. HANEY,
' 49-62 Applicant.
(Continued from Page 1)
fjuaiily of the ice should bo attributed
to the fact that every day in every way
they were getting wetter and welter.
The musical programme with which
tlie speeches were Interspersed was in
itself sufficient compensation for the
time and expense of attendance at the
spiel. This Included the following
numbers,
Orchestral   selections:   "Scotch   Blue
Bell." Etc.
Banjo    Selections:     "The    Darkles'
Dawn;"   "The   Plantation    Symphony "—Banjo Club.
Songs:  "The Cameron Men;" "Sandy
McClusky"—Mr. McMurdo.
Violin   and   Piano:   "Scotch   Airs"—
Messrs. Watson and Graiiam.
Duet:  "My Love Is Like The Sweet,
Red    Rose"—Mr.    McMurdo    and
Mr. Tayson.
The encore giveu by the last named
artists nearly caused palpitation of
the heart to several of those present.
This was a song In which each expresses his admiration and infatuation for his lady love and confessed
to each other their approaching weddings, when by the production of photos the girls were seen to be one and
the same. The skit was really laughable
Mr. Yates of Pincher Creek sang
"My Old Shako." and was forced to
respond with an encore, "The Deathless Army."
Mr. J. K. Cliorlton delighted the
banqueters with a cello solo entitled
"On Wings ol Snug," and for au en-
COVO gave "The  Perfect  Melody."
Mr C .1. Little nud Mr. G. F. Marsh
responded for the business men of the
City In a welcome to the visiting curl-
to play the event out,
Klrkham
Staples
Douglass
Cameron
Halcrow
Hodgson
Doran
MePherson
Gare
Kastner
Wallace
Eakin
Brown
Herchmer
McPlieo
Llphardt
Leltch
Corrie
Greenway
Ward
QUlesple
Simpson
Klrkham
Cameron
Hodgson
>r AG RATH
Greenway
'valuable books cost free
Simpson
Hodgson
Hodgson
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«! FAOF.   SIX
THF  CRANBROOK   HBRALB
Friday, February It, 1928
Valentine Public Dance
at the
AUDITORIUM, Wednesday, Feb. 14th
GIVEN   BY   THE   l.O.O. r'.
Music by Robinsons Orchestra
Dancing 10 to 2,
Gentlemen $1.00
Refreshments
Ladies 50 cents.
Boale A   BUwoll
w the best Uuea
Ala
BtoamBhlp agents
Europe.
+ h- -»-
Hurry, who recently underwent on operation at tho hospital re-
turued iiuntu ou Saturday last much
Improved.
+   +   +
A Balety deposit, box with Beula ft
Elwoll means absolute security for a
nominal Individual fee.
+     +      -T
Mrs. Flnlayeon, holder ot' Senior
Certificates from the Royal Academy
or Music, London, England, will give
lessons un pianoforte" nnd violin ut
pupils' homes.   Hub phone. 49-51
Local Hews.
City items of Interest
Insure with Beale & Elwell.
+   t-   +
Horn. -— At tho St. Eugene Hospital i
on Saturday, February 3, to Mr. and
Mrs. Dan Sweeney, of Nemtscan, Alia., a daughter,
-T-       +       +
Wo repair hot water bottles, rubber
footwear,  In  fact anything made of
rubber.—Wilsons Vulcanizing Works,
linker Street. 30t!
+   +   +
Own your home! Why not? It can
tie made easy for you by monthly instalments. Call on Beale & Elwell,
ami learn all about it.
l\Trn. 11. Mcluuls, who was brought
in iiyui Vahk on Saturday last with
a broken leg, was able to return to
Yalik on Thursday after getting the
injured member attended to at tlie
hospital.
■f   +    +
Now is the time to be thinking of
buying your home.    Beale &  Elwell i
can  help  you.    Why  not  see  them
about It?
+ + +
Fire starling from au unknown
cause just before one o'clock on Tuesday brought the lire brigade to a shed
at the rear of the Raworth Block on
Baker Street occupied by tl. J. Spreull
and the Employment Bureau. The
building was a small iron clad slruc-
ure used for wood and coal. Mr.
Kennedy was in the shed about eleven
o'clock i bat morning, aud nothing anal was apparent at that time. So
as is known there were no ashes
dumped nearer than about six feet
rom the shed. Once the water was
turned on, it was only a matter of a
lew minutes before the blaze was extinguished,
+   +   +
We have In a Full Line of Winter
Rubbers, and—
Our  low  prices win every time.
W. F. DORAN.
ii and Judge u.
iu   Nelson   tot  a
itLpndlnp a nice
Synod being held
WE INVITE HONEST
COMPARISON
THY OUR BREAD on your
table and compare it with
ANY OTHER LOAF
Auk   for
DALE'S KOOTEHAY
BREAD
PHONE 54
and In the
+   +
om> fellows i
+
LEASE NOTE
Durham Encampment is paying Key
City Lodge a social visit on Monday
evening next, when they will entertain ihe Brothers in a social way. A
good attendance is desired. Come one;
come all; and see what the Shepherds
flan do.
Sojourning Brothers are cordially
invited to come along, and sample our
special brand of fraternal greetings.
Lodge meets at eight o'clock in tlie
Auditorium on Norbury Avenue.
E. Q. Dinglcy, Noble Orand.
; fin W. C. Adlnrd, P.O., Rec. Sec.
Apples & Oranges
WAGNER APPLES  #2.00 per box
SPITZ ana KING APPLES  .51.75 por box
ORANGES   50e, «0e nml illc por dozen
John Manning
Sill)
+  +
Rev. !•'. v. Hurrii
II. Thompson were
day or so this week
ing of, the Diocesan
there.
+   +   -t-
SteStn coal production In tbo Crow's
Nest   Pass  district   for  January   will
probably  reach  ihe record  breaking
amount ot nearly .100,000 Ions, with
all  of  the   mines   averaging   in  the
neighborhood of 11,000 tons a day
lording to O. 13. Whiteside, of I
man.—Fernie Free Press.
+    +    +
Game Warden Ira Brown has just
returned from a trip to the head waters of the While River,   tu lib report
to the Government be estimates that
there are from IV.OOO to r.,000  Gtk on
the Government Reserv
mountains adjoining.
—Fernie Free Press.
+    +    -r
We have  In  stock  a full  Hue of
Women's,   Men's,   Girls',   Boys'   and
Children's Shoes.   Our-stock Is complete and—
Our low  prices win every time.
W. F. DORAN.
+    +    +
The Wigwam Pulp Mill Works, situated about  10  miles south of Elko,
aro practically at  a standstill, there
being only u few men working at present.    Word   has   been   received  that
construction work will not be restim
ed until the spring.
—Fernie Free Press.
+   +    +
The   Leclere    Vaudeville   Company
wero the headliners on ihe Slur programme on Thursday night, and presented a very good series of acts to
a good house.   The programme comprised  musical bits of various kinds,
a   trained   bear   with  a  number of
stunts, and a strong man
+   +    +
Major 11. B. Hicks, president of the
Cranbrook G.W.V.A., was a visitor in
Nelson  last  night, at  tlie meeting of
lhe Nelson G.W.V.A.    He arrived lasl
night to confer with Uie Nelson com-
[mittee on the evidence being prepared
the  Ralston   Royal   Commission,
and leaves for Cranbrook this morning.   The work of getting evidence in
Cranbrook is being energetically jiro-
secuted.   Major Hicks is a 64th original.—Nelson News. *
+    +    >
Bom. On Sunday, February -ith,
to Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Frieuke, of Marysvllle, at  the St. Eugene Hospital,
a sun.
The Methodist Ladies' Aid will meet
at the home of Mrs. G. T. Molr, Bur-
well Avenue, on Tuesday, February
13th, at 3 p.m.
J, B, Beaton, of this clly, underwent
an operation for appendicitis ai Hie
hospital on Sunday
and  is
I'll on lbe
vay In
Julius Mo Hour,   of   this city, who
has been at (lie hospital lor some lime
undergoing treatment  for a bad an
was able to leavo tor his home th
week.
Miss Dobbin, u sister of Mrs. tl. Br-
IcUaon, formerly of this city and now
of lnvermere, is visiting for a few
days al the home of Mr. and Mrs. W
il. Wilson.
Lei WILSON Advise rou
Regarding Votir Eyesight
Only diseased eyes require
the services of a medical
practitioner. Errors or refraction require glasses —
properly fitted —to give you
the vision you should have.
>Ve Specialise on
CORRECTING
Defective   Vision
If you have a refractive error, muscular troubles, or
eyes strained from overwork
-then you need exactly the
service we render. If your
eyes need anything further
wo will advise you. Let us
be your counselors—first.
W.H.Wilson
Jeweler
STOCKTAKING
Is Now Complete
Ten Day
Clearing Sale
BEGINNING FEB. ist.
Hundreds of Articles ta> ii
REGARDLESS
; Cleared at this Sulc
OF  COST
B. WESTON'S Store
BAKER STREET
The Store That Sells For Less
J.  W.  D.  ICearns,   of   Vancouv
(ate deputy of the Knights of Collim-
ius, was a guest of Ihe Sisters at the
St. Kugene Hospital ou Saturday last,
on his way  to Ottawa and Montreal.
Mrs. J. Aldridge from Kimberley,
was in the city this week visiting with
her sisters Mrs. T. Patttnsotl, Mrs. J.
Weaton and Miss Barclay. She returned today (Friday) lo her home in
Kimberley.
,i. A. Broley in In Calgary, li is
reported around town that, his contract for lhe construction of the new
railway up the Elk Mas been signed
by the ISngllBh capitalists who are In-'
lerestod.—Fernie Free Press.
Mrs. S. Barclay from t'laresholm
stopped in the city this week to visit
with her sisters-in-law Mrs, T. Pnt-
tlnsoii. Mrs. J. Weaton and Miss Barclay. Mrs. Barclay left on Thursday
for Spokane,
Mr. A. Sykes, well known In the
Columbia Valley, who has been a patient at tlie St. Kugene Hospital lor
many weeks suffering from a broken
leg, Is walking around again. His
many friends wish him a speedy recovery.
The Valentine attraction this year
will he (he public dance lo be pul on
by (he Odd Fellows at the Auditorium
.mi the evening of that day, February
14th. Robinson's Orchestra will provide the music, and refreshments wilt
be provided,
It is reported from the Windermere
thai ihe Dominion Government has
taken over nearly three hundred acres of land previously held liy the
Soldier Seti lenient Board adjoining
the townsite of Windermere, The
purpose of the government is said to
be lo establish a dairy farm in conjunction with tlie experimental farm
at lnvermere.
Ottawa House
Opens Quietly
Drastic Legislation Is Forecasted la Session Now
Starting
An exciting hockey game was played on Wednesday afternoon between
tho Y.M.C.A. und High School teams.
The High School had things all their
own way tho first two periods, and
netted two goals to Y.M.t'.A.'s nothing.
The third period started with tlie High
School playing a defensive game, ami
things were kepi busy round the High
School net.   The "V boys managed to!him a rink from the Pass (■
bag one goal und were trying hard to|ley Klrkham of Lethbridge
B. F. Gare, manager of the Coleman
Journal,  was among  lite visitors to
the bonspiei this week, bringing with
ivn.   Stan-
is another
lio the score when the game ended | publisher doing duty with the rocks
2 to 1 In favur of the High School.        this week, issuing In the Alberta city
It  Is expected  that another game)a publication known as "The Sharp-
will be played lu the near future between these teams, and it promises to
lie an exciting one.
poultry meeting
A meeting of poultry breeders and
others interested in poultry will be
held in Ihe city Hall on Saturday
evening, February tilth at S p.m., when
Mr. c. K. Trnvos, Provincial Poultry
Instructor will lecture. ">o
shooter." .1. It. Wallace, proprietor
ot the Fernie Free Press, was also on
hand with a strong rink, and found
lime to visit ihe Herald Office as well.
HACKED CONCERT AT
METHODIST   CHURCH
SUNDAY EVENING LAST
NOTICE
To Member's of North Star
Lodge, No. 02, A. F.& A.M.
B .., before politics should he
the guiding rule of both parties and !
members throughout ihe session of j
Parliament now getting under way at'
Ottawa. The hard feelings naturally
engendered by ihe general election
and change of government In December, 1921, have evaporated. There is
io immediate prospect of a general!
election and consequently little need
t the making of campaign material.
Of the programme of work to be i
disposed of part is constructive and
part is automatically imposed upoirV
Parliament by the process of time, j
Redistribution aud revision of tlie |
Banking Act come within lbe latteri
category.
Somewhat meagre reports of the,
debate on the address in reply to the
Speech from the Throne indicate that
the soft pedal was applied early iu
tho session. Premier King congratulated Hon. Arthur Meighen because
ut his moderation iu criticism. A
good omen. And even nl thai Mr,
Meighen hit out with much ot bis customary vigor and iucisiveuess of
phraseology. But that is what un
opposition leader is expected to do,
aud if criticism is confined within reasonable bounds the Government of the
day does not mind.
OPPOSITION UtlTK'lS.U
The opposition leader appears to
have scored fairly heavily on the Government in his criticism ol' its lack
of a comprehensive Immigration policy. Failure to date to produce some
constructive plan to induce a move*
meut of the rigid class of people io
Canada will, obviously, put the Government on the defensive in this respect until some measure liiat commends itself (o tlie House aud lhe
country is produced.
Australia lias gone through more
political turmoil in recent months than
Canada, yet an aggressive immigration effort has brought lens of thousands of new citizens to the shores of
the island continent.
Tin: pnmiKiPS
m.vv.Mv,
Ou the other hand the Prime Minister made, seemingly, a pretty good
case for the Government for its action
in respect to the Invitation of the
Lloyd George government to participate In an expected war with Turkey.
Quite apart from the official attitude
of the Government that it could not
participate in BUcb a war without the
consent ot Parliament, an uttitinV in
regard to which there is of course a
marked division of opinion in Canada.
! Mr. King was able to present a pretty
Watch Our
Bargain Tables
From Day to Day
SPRING GOODS
Are Arriving, of which Full
Announcement will be
Made in this Space
may
incline   lo   iuke-warm-
After the conclusion of the regular
Sunday evening service at the Methodist Church, a sacred concert was
held. Judging from the numbers that j
nlted the church to capacity, it may be
concluded thai these, evenings of song.
,lue;3oliil front.   Mis explanation that the
project
ness.
THK AGKICVLTUIUL
r.NIHlKY
The sittings of the Agricultural Enquiry Commltteee Will afford opportunity   for producers   With  grievances
of difficult problems io solve, to place
their cases before Parliament. The
marketing of farm products—a subject of most vital interest to the fruit
and vegetable growers of this province—Ib one of tlie Specified subjects
ol enquiry, affording full opportunity
for tlie making of representations and
the submission of evidence. To tills
committee should be presented In as
convincing a manner as possible such
matters as the need of government
assistance to establish pre-cooling
plants and the necessity for au antidumping regulation that can be expeditiously applied when required for
the protection of Canadian growers.
Mr. J. A. MncKelvio, M.P., and other
Britisli Columbia members, can be re-
tied upon to do their part, but assistance from this end would doubtless
lie appreciated by them.
Institute will be held on
All members should be
Mrs. F. B. Miles will read a J
"The Housekeepers Time aul"
which will lie very instmctivl
Eph—Here's a bad ciuarteil
.me passed ou me. An' I can't |
uf the blamed thing.       •
Hiram — Don't    you    ever
church?
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Is!
ro very popular.     .Much credit is
lhe   late   W.   Bro
Mr. G. E, Bower and tbe choir and the
J
r
P. Woods Meat Market
NOItllCKY   AVENUE   (Opposite Old Rink)
Finest Beef in the (It).   •  -   Milk Fed Veal and l'nrk
New Laid EggH
SAUSAGES
Say!  Have You Tried Them?   Many are telling us how
nice they are.   TRY THEM YOURSELF.
PHONE 534 PHONE 534
The  Funeral    ^^^^^^^^
H. M. Burrow will take place on Sun-[which  t
day. February 11th, nl Fort Steele, at | which w
1  p.m., under tho auspices of North
Star lodge, No, 88, A. F. & A. M,   AlllOponlng ll>
members are requested to attend. niid|        Soul."
visiting brethren are also Invited.
No flowers, by request,
II.   F.   HKI.MSINd,
Secretary.
$18 Set of
Fuller_Brushes
Til   UK   GIVES   AWAY   FltliK
Set on DlBjilay at P. Parks
& Co. Hardware Store
Information will lie given nl the
nbovt! store or by representative when lie calls.
H. C. REISH
Ololsts for the manner lu
i very excellent programme
give below, was rendered.
I'rogminuio
Jesus   Lover Of  My
Government of Great Britain bad advised (hat the situation was nol sufficiently serious to warrant tlie ciilling
together of the Canadian Parliament
removes object ions that have been
voiced because of the Government's
decision not to take this step.
Thee'-
Fai
Solo
Solo
Soto:   "Nearer   My  Goil
. Mrs, ti. s. Mcintosh.
Cornel Solo:   Mr. lb van.
Solo:   "There  Is  A  Green   Hill
Away"-   Mrs.   W.   C.   Adlat'd.
Hymn: "We Um> Thy Place, O God"
"Lord  God  of  Abraham"--Mr.
13, Power.
"Come   Unto   Me" - Mrs.   King*
horn.
Solo:  "If We Bui  Knew"—Miss Eunice Parrett.
Hymn:   "The Hay Thou devest."
At the conclusion of the programme
Hov. B. C. Freeman thanked Hie choir
aud oihers who bud assisted In the
service. He felt that he was expressing the sentiment of all those present iu saying that they had rendered
a real service of benellclal effect. He
hoped such services would he more
frequent.
It Happened Like Tills
- ■*
Two thrifty Scotchmen attended an
Irish Freestate meeting. At the .conclusion the chairman announced:
"All doors and windows have been
locked and-no one will be permitted
to lenve until thoy have contributed
lo tbe cause."
A minute later a Hebrew fainted,
and two Suulahmcn carried him out
THWSPOItTVI'HIN
IMtOlUil MS
Il   is   safe   to   assume   that
menl   will  devote many days
tbe  session   It)
way questions
to development
the  prairie   pr
larlv Manitoba
forty year old
Hon ot a railway to
been   revived,  aud
make a  determinoi
to force lhe flovern
consideration Of fall-
nd matters pertaining
of shipping ports, lu
vlnces, more partlcu
ml Snskulchc
lemand for c
The Women's Institute held their
regular monthly meeting on Tuesday
last, February 6th, Sixty-nine members were present.
After the usual business session
Mrs. Constantitie, president pro tem.
presented live of the retiring officers
and directors, who hnVO been i a it hi ii 1
workers for yenrH, with beaut If ul
pieces of china. Speaking a few words
Oil behalf of the directors and members of the Institute. The recipients
were Mrs. IVHenrn, Mrs. Clapp, Mrs.
I.ea ma ii, Mrs. Dan Campbell and Mrs
luring McCluro,
' ' The secretary, Mrs George Taylor,
jthon sprung another surprise by remarking that as presentations were iu
.order, she also had one to make on he
an, the half of the Institute. The retiring
nstruc-j president, Mrs. Constantino, was then
Purlin-
MOORE'S CAFE
THK PLACE TO EAT
If you would 1'iijoy a gooal meal
Try Moore's Cafe
EVERYTHING NEW
CLEANLINESS
QUALITY,  SERVICE
Only Willie Help Employed
Raker Street      l'lione 529
Opposite P. Burns & Co.
WANT ADS.
SfAK 8KC0MD  HAND 8T0B1
I'lu.ue I,
We pay tlie best ptices going for all
Kinds   of   furniture-      W? buy anything from a mouse trap to tn automobile.
W.  W.  Kllby,  Auctioneer and Valuer
FOH SALE One team of homes, flvt
years old, weight 8,000 IU8„ and good
heavy harness,   Phone Ml!. GO
LOST   Or
BtOlOIII
OHO Wllltfl   IVriitim
mnlo a'ui
Answi
'lit naniai or JIkkh.
Please i
' ii ii
i Mm  it. w. Eii-
monson.
eii
Hudson's Bay has | presontetl witli a lovely piiraai.   Mrs.
Progressive!  will Constantino thanked the liutltuto tan-
drive designated their thoughtful uia   Aftor tho pro-
iieut'n hand. With sontatlons Mrs. Adlnrd and Mrn. Tami
Alberta looking to Vancouver us the McDonald favyed tbo members with
natural port ot shipment of the grain vocal Hclecilons.
pmiliii'ts ot thai province, support a>r    Ton wns then served by lbe allrert-
llia members  fan-  the  Hudson's  liny ors.  Tbe next regular meeting ot the
Mr. F. G. NOVAK
rtUGHKR OF VIOLIN AMI IIHASS INSTRUMENTS
Simile: ,8J  Viiiisliinin Avenue
Opposite Telephone Building
Phone 142
WANTED Complonl llir-h School girl
air woman to care ror baby afler-
naianiH air ovonlngB as desired.
Phono is «tf
I'O KENT Three riHilns. Can be used
for housekeeping, uon Dewar Avenue. 48tf
LOST On Wllil lliir.ii' I'rceli, .Slllailay
last, an Airedale pup, blnek and tan.
wearing stutldod brass eollar. An-
Hworn lai name ot Jerry. Finder
notify K. Ka'llcr, Cranbrook.      48tf
FOR SALE—('bickering Orand Piano
or medium size, In art mahogany.
A striking example of this master
builder's aclijevement. Magnificent
tone, llensnunble price and terms.
Write for ilctalls. Willis Piano
Slorcs, Ltd., Nelson, B.C. 47-»
FOH HALK-One Savage 803, and one
Lee Enfield rifle.   B. Weston.
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