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Array THE CRANBHOOK HERAI.I
'   .'•--,
VOLUME 21
CRANBROOK,    BRITISH COLUMBIA.
nil'KSLIAY. JUNK ...Hi.   lal!, IS
w. •■   ■
CBK. EXHIBIT MAKES BEST
111
Local Overflow
Cranbrook sure made some noise
at the Mining Convention which wns
held at Nebon on Thursday. Friday
and Saturday of lust week. Our mineral exhibit took four first, two second and one third prtao, and special
diploma for general exhibit. No other
exhibit took so many prize*. We did
It because wo have tin' goods. There
in no other distrlol lu Hrltiidi Columbia can make ns good a showing
The following letter was received
by il. J. spreull. president of the
Board of Trade, rrom N. A. Wnl linger .
commissioner in charge of the Cranhrook exhibit:
Nelson, ll. C, June SOtli, 11)10.
| 0. J. Spreull, Bhu„
Cranbrook. B. c.
pear Spreull, Today the judging
of the exhibits came off and Iho Port
Steele Mining Division came out
handsomely with lour first prtseB,
two seconds and one third and a special diploma for the genoral exhibit.
No other district obtained as many
prizes. Tho Bull River iron abaorbed
the most interest, the graphite and
bismuth making a close second. So
far It has been a very successful convention and far more interest has
been displayed than tit the last one.
The Vancouver delegates have been
making every enquiry and 1 certainly
expect to see two or three of them
making an Inspection.
Yours very truly,
N. A. WALLINGER.
Numerous important paper;, and Instructive addresses dealing with var
ious phases of the mining Industry of
interior British Columbia were delivered aud a new contact was developed between the independent shippers uud the trail smelters.
One of the must Important developments of the convention occurred on
Friday afternoon when .1. J. Warren.
managing director or iho Consolidated Mining and Smelting Company, de-
0lured ihat ho desired tho co-operation of the miners iu ull matters con-
uoctod witli tin* mining umi (.molting
industry.
The principal speakers at the convention were Hon. William Sloan,
Minister or Mine.,, Kidney Norman,
hen11 Thompson, of the College of
Mines, Pullman, Wash.; W. Tomlln-
Bon, M. K., of New Denver; Charles
Camsell of the Dominion geologicul
survey: and Nlcol Thompson of Vancouver.
The Minister of Mines was convinced that the Revelstoke-Nelson
mining division was entirely too largo
for the proper application of the act
providing for the services of a district
engineer.
It Is to be hoped that when the division is made Into two that there
wll] be a resident engineer located in
Cranbrook, the centre of the greatest
mineral deposits of the district.
Fred A. Starkey deserves great
credit for tlie efficiency of the arrangements for tlie convention. Tlie
social events were enjoyed very much
by all the visitors.
(    Buy War Savings Stamps.
ls  your   subscription   paid   to   the
Herald?   If not, now Is n good time
i to pay It,
J BORN—At the Cottage Ho pltftl,
Oranbrook, on June 21st, to Mr. and
Mrs, r B. Edwards, a son.
for SALE—Small poultry and
di'iry farm, with stock. Apply owner.
J, Qortside, Cranbrbok, L'C-2t
CltAMlItOOK OHAFTAUQ0A
..August 14—20, DM-*. Keep tin- dittos
before you. A blyger ami better nro-
gramme than ever before offered.
PROMOTION EXAMS.
KIMI BALIS Baby buggy, MlelRli
mnl lawn mower; all in -.-'mil condition,    Apply I" 210 lllirlr av,,        JJ.]
THE DOIT ACT
III UK
Rioting broke out in Winnipeg and
the city waa placed under martial law
at 3 oclock on Saturday afternoon,
when tho riot act was read, but not
before one man had been killed and
tWO fibers were wounded by revolver
' It. N. \V. M. P. returned from the front I
• to whom had not been issued the well j
i known scarlet tunic.
The mob serged in on the flanks of
tlte horsemen and a free throwing of
bricks, bottles, and any other avail-'
able missies began.many of the horse- j
men being struck. They rode on.liow-
ever, north several blocks and then
after a short Interval returned with j
drawn truncheons and dividing up
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ intocolumns of four on eacli side of
shots. Many minor casualties are re-1 the street, sought to drive tlie mob I
ported. Following are some of the: back on to tlie sidewalks.
details of the riot: |    Bxccpt for „|e efforts or & ]im.m.\
The tragic events of Saturday af-| ant-colonel  in uniform and on  foot. J
tef-noon covered not more than half' who mixed with the crowd and sought
an'hour. 'At 2.30 perhaps 20.000 per-  to* detertfiem Trofti violence, but was"
sons were massed on Main street with I lost fn the throng, it had now become
their focus at the city hall.   For the; ft passionate    mob,    determined    oni
most part they appeared to be strlk-1 teaching the military a lesson.   From;
ers, with among them several thou-j all directions bricks, which had bwn
sand returned soldiers, and they were, turned up were hurled at the horse-,'
congregated to witness or take part, men.     The horsemen turned    south j
In   the "massed silent parade."' which  again and were lost to sight around
It was announced the night before at! the corner of Main street.
a meeting in Market Square of return-1    After a few minutes tlie crowd pro*'
ed soldiers would be put on by return- jceeded to wreak vengeance ou    Hit
ed soldiers alone, as a last final effort  street ear.   The conductor and motor-
to break down the barriers the men  inan tied, i,ut not before every pleci
Incredibly large openings lor our
Dominion farm products are avrilahle
In Ureal Britain, according to the
Canadian   Trade  Commission.
WANTJ9D Young girl or elderly
liidy for light housework on nmcli.
one who can milk cow-. Apply a. ll.
Bullock, the burlier. Cranbrook,28*lra
Germany sold goods valued at $8SS,-
000,000 io the British Empire in 1013.
Canada's opportunity fs waiting, tlie
Canadian Trade Commission says.
"Meet the British half way in their
effort io do trade with Canada." is thel
suggestion made hy lhe Canadian
Trade Commission to business men.
W. Whiting lias started a'Jltney ser-j
vice fn Crnnbrook, Picnic and fish-1
ing parttos entered to. Office plume:
lfi; residence 27. Stand—Royal Pool j
Room. 26-3t !
Wanted—Contracts for clearing
and breaking laud in any quantity.'
First class work guaranteed at reasonable prices- Adress P. O. Box 54,1
Oranbrook, B. C. 21-tf
Kuskanook Chapter I. O. I>. K. will
meet on Friday afternoon next. July
4th. in the city hall at'8 o'clock. As
there Is some Important business to
transact a full attendance of members is requested.
The union services announced in
another column of tho Presbyterian
and Baptist churches will not come
off. Instead the Baptists and Methodists will unite, both morning and
evening services being held in the
Methodist church. Sunday school ;i*,
lhe Baptlsl church front IL' to l noon
Following is the result nf the promotion  examinations  from    first    loj
second year in the High School.   The,
results   were   pleasing:      all     pupils
passed:
Marks obtainable, 1100; necoss&ry
to puss, fitJO.
Special   mention- 80',■',    or    over— !
Roy  Rabfchaud  953,  Otto    QUI    887,'
| Edith Uwis 886, Olive Ungton ftt>0.
First class Handing—over 7595»—
Jack Stevens MS, Paul MncNcil: 847,
l.vn Molr S27.
Second class -.[.in'ing—over >.'>' - i
Wurren Bpenca bi8 Bessie WoidlUUti
m' Brio Mn.' uvro'i 80fl, Ruth Sfnip
tot mil Doughs Hnr.io TM- took Mur-
u-tt Tiio, Nora Pratuie. is:!. Margarot
Morrison 781, K f. Waiaon ".'■. Winnie phinips 769, Ivy Bidder "till. Marlon Drummond 761, Lenore Khl 70l'.
Arthur (llll 74a, Donna Argue 783,|
Donald Dallas 727, Harold Kummer
7.1:!. Jaok Brake 721, Aima Bawls 721.
Pass—Malcolm Belanger 712. Nina
Belanger 708, Delphlnc Bennett 699,
Norman Wesson 694, Barry MacDon-!
aid 082. Annie Parnaby 076, John
| Woods 669.
iu thc recent examinations tlie following    pupil.-    of the    preliminary
^_^^^^_^^^^_^^^^^^^^_   grade have made thc highest marks in
the respective subjects of their year: [
FARM FOR SAI.K-Sfx miles from ;     Drawing—Otto  Olll,    960 ;     Alum
i-ranbrook.   between   Cranbrook    and j Sarvls, WA,
Wycllffe.   160 acres; 10 acres cleared, |    Literal ure—Olive    Ungton,   S7'..ll
some ploughed;good four-room house, ! Winnie Phillips, 88%.
barn, chicken house;  plenty of waler |    Composition—Olive Ungton,   82',
Tlie prizes offered by lhe Provincial Branch of the Navy League of
Canada,   for   the   best   essay   on   "the
■Flag" competed for between rrunbrook  and  Fernie,  were awarded  as
' follows- First to I/eonard Burton, of
Cranhrook; third to Isabel Parker, ot
Cranbrook; Becond prize went to
Fernie.
.Mr. ami Mrs. c W. Hallamore and
daughter Joyce left today on a throe
months' trip to the ind Und, Mr,
Hallamore's place as manager of the
Cranbrook branch of tho Canadian
Bank of Commerce will h<- filled by
BufrieSB Kydd, until Ills return Mr
Hallamore is going on a well earned
holiday and we wisli them the most
onjoyabb  of pleasure iritis.
We thought we might ch a German I
destroyer as un attraction ami a fish* !
ormen's headquarters al Oreen  Bay.
hut now, alas, our holies are all blast-
ed, for Hie German   crews   who  were
left on board to look fiffor the Intern-
German  Navy in  Bcnpn  Flow opened I
thc seacocks and sunk them all  with
hut very few exceptions.
New Summer
Dress Materials
"■-'I
close to  house,    Price, $000.0(1
Apply to
Gust Soderholm,
28-2t Klmberley, B,
claimed have been  erected    against
the •iniagandii of the gene* a I strike
tn  Vinnlpeg.
£-u lhe whole Ibis gre-.i   mass- was
orderly,    lt contained many women.
of glass had been broken. The doors
were smashed open and a few minutes later the car wns set on fire.ihfs
only after unavailable efforts on the
part of the crowd to overturn tne cur.
evidently of the strikers' fa uil.e.--. bul j Hardly wns the car demolished when I
no children. Just before :' 30 n small
.lot tevclnped on Mark "t street Just
east of the city hall pari;, around n
man who was Btewed. Leaders of tho
crowd brought the men Involved to
quiet as they would spoil by (heir
rowdyness the whole effect of the silent demonstration
the redcoats appeared this time al the
charge. They rode down lhe Crowd.
which scattered to the sidewalk, but
as thoy passed they were targets for,
an even greater volume of bricks, j
Many of the horses were by this time j
crazed and the troop seemed out of!
hand as it galloped north on    Main
At 2.25 a street car passing on Main j street nmi galloped out of sight
street only made Its wny through tlie i    After tlie street car was destroyed,
crowd   amid  continual   booing    and | the soldiers returned at the gallop,
with great difficulty, thc trolly several times being pulled off tlie Hue.
Kvldently regarding tlie whole thing
as a circus a great stream of cltlnens
In their automobiles passed at thin
critical moment up and down Main
street by no menus adding to tlie good
feeling of what was fast developing
Into an angry mob.
but their lines were irregular ond
many of the horses out of control and
some of the riders ducking to cover
behind tlieir saddles lo escape the fu-
Btlftde of brickbats. As ihey divided
lo pass the street car tlie Inevitable
happened. One of the horses came
down. Ills rider being thrown being
almost the last man In the file      A
Sharp at 2.30 the word passed along fierce yell arose from the crowd*
wid tho crowd gathered in the wide "We'll gel him; we'll gel him; we'll
thoroughfare of Main street on each toach thai traitor returned soldier n
aid*   of   the   car     tracks   to   "fall   lossou."
In." At that very moment a Portage The bulk of the crowd was on thc
avenue oar approached from the north wesl side of the street. The soldier
about half full of passengers, mostly came to his feet and headed for the
women and children. As It reached' cast Hide, where he dived Into in un-
Market street It was greeted by a rol-1 dertaker's parlors, with the crowd yel
Tom Cameron, of Mayook, was in
town ,,r\ Tuesday nnd took tmnle with
him the set of chain harrows he received . from Scotland—the harrows
thai have no equal for pulverizing the
ground. He Is going to give it dem-
onsratfon of their work on his farm in
the course of a few days.
Singer Sewing machines for family
use. took all the first prizes at the
San Francosco Fair judged by experts.
They must he the best machine; for
sale at the Singer store for five
dollars cash and $,1.00 monthly. We
will take your old machine in part
payment.   Phone 157. 2-mly
The lea cream social held ou tlie
lawn of the Methodist Church parsonage last evening under the auspices of the Y P. Si, was a very sue-;
cessful affair There was a large
crowd of young people there and the
society will net quite a tidy little sum.
Besides the ice cream, cake and tea
there was a good informal musical
prog mm.
Some heavy forest fires huve been I
raging in the Kast Kootenay district)
this week. At Natr.l tlie residents j
were forced to flee, while flre.-i were
put out In different parti of the town.
Thc weather has been beastly hot and
dry, but this morning a little rain fell
and the atmosphere hns cooled con
siderably. which indicates that rain
has heen general and tlie firos will
probably be put out without doing any
further damage
cash. | Alma Sarvis and  Bessie    Woodman
: s:i'/«.
'     Arithmetic— Roy   Rnbicliaiid,    999* !
C.      ! lOilltli Lewis. 84'/,.
French—Edith Uwls, 97%; Winnie j
Phillips, WA.
Lal in-—Nora Brander.    97''';    Paul j
McNeill. 92%.
Algebra -ivy   Bidder, 989-;   Jack !
Stevens, 96%.
Geometry—Roy    Rablchattd,   03' <:!
Orto (llll. 91%.
Science—Roy Rubichaud, 82%; Ar-;
tiiur Gill, Otto Gill, nought.* Home,
Harris MacDonald.
Canadian History and Civics—Roy
Rablchatid. 8.-1%; Arthur GUI, Otto
Gill, Jack Stevens. Norman Wesson
82'/..
R. B. FORSYTH. Principal.
Manual Training
First class standing, 75 or over.
I Otto Gill 92,  Eric MacKinnon 91.'
 ' I Harold Kummer 90, Arthur Gill 87.
J. P. Sinclair, accompanied by  Kelth  WaM0I)   g5)  Pal]1  McNelu  Mj
' Russell Ijeask 80. Roy Rablchatid 78.
j .lolin Brake 1ft. Jttclt Stevens**?, Hugh :
I Simpson 75, Warren Spence 75.
Second class standing, over 60%.
Norman Wasson 73, Barrie MacDonald 69, Douglas Home 68, James Cas-
sidy 68. Harold Haslam 65, Jack Mof-
fatt 05, Donald Dalles 61.
Pass standing—Malcolm Belanger
54. John Woods 50,
F. G. MORRIS,
Manual Training Instructor.
Dominlm Fruit Inspectors G. L.'
Clark and E. E. Patterson have been j Corporal W. Malsey returned
In the district this week looking over Thursday last. He enliBted at Cal-
the fruit ceitlementa. Thoy took a gary in tlie 191st Battalion in the
trip out to St. Marys Prairie on Wed- spring of 1917, went over to England
nosday. Mr. Clark decku.es the Prai- J in May of that year and was transferee to he an ideal spot for a soldier i red lo the 50th Battalion In France,
settlement providing an efficie.it ir-] Fought at Amiens and at Arras, help-
The shirt waist dance in lhe Edison
theatre last night was enjoyed by a
big crowd. The floor and music were
bettor that) ever. There's pep In the]
music that makes everything go with
a swing. The next dance is on Do- j
minion Day and will be made specially attractive,
Waldroii McKay, Who returned
home from overseas ju.'t three weeks
ago. died iu tlie St. Eugene Hospital |
last night from peritonitis. The funeral will take place tomorrow (Friday) afternoon. All members of the
(',. W. V. A. are requested to assemble
nl tlieir parlors at 2 o'clock to attend
the funeral of tlieir deceased comrade.
Uev,
his daughter, Grace, left on Monday
en a.month'* holiday. Mr. Sinclair
will attend the Bnrptlsl Convention of
British Columbia to be held in Vancouver from June 24th to 27th. He
will also visit Portland, Oregon, and
Spokane, Washington, before his return. During his absence union service: will bo held in the Presbyterian
church, Rev. H. M. Lyon occupying
the pulpit.
I
PRETTY New SAKI SILKS
in light weights for summer dresses in many new
shades, melon, resedagreen,
Belgium blue and rose,
36 in. wide,   very   special
$1.00 per yard
DRESS GINGHAMS AND
ZYPHERS in large and
small checks and plaids,
pretty new coloring
at 30c to 65c per yard
McCreery Bros.
C.UN3S03XS 0RY  CO JDS  AUD CIQTHMC   STOWS
rlgatlon system wereput lu, St.Marys
Prairie haa r. long start over logged
off or bush lands and they have an
established market right at tlieir door
The educational secretary of the
Navy League of Canada, at Victoria,
has examined the papers of the entrance class on the essay on the flag
and hns decided Hint the winners were
as follows: Leonard Burton, first;
Vivian Kummer, second; Isabel Parker, third.    Prizes will be given by 	
the local league to tlie winners. The glum to come back to Canada. Bel-
papers of these three winners have -glum did not appear to be beat up
been sent together with the three win- nearly so much as northern France,
ners of the Fernio branch to the Hon. except around Ypres. Industrial
Minister of Education, who will de- France has been utterly destroyed,
cide as to tlie winner-; of the prizes What the Huns could not destroy
offered by the Provincial branch of they carried away and what they
the Navy League of Canada. could not carry away they blew up.
PRKSHYTERIAN
Church
Rev. Hugh McKay Lyon. Minister.
SirXDVY, JUNE 29TH
11 a. m. "Friendship"
12 noon Sabbath School
7.30 p, m. "Characters and Circumstances".
ed to break tho Queant-Drocourt line.
Was out for a couple of weeks' rest,
thon returned to the fighting In Bour-
lon Wood und Cambral. Went from' TT
there to Canal du Nord to relieve the.
Imperials there and crossed the canal. Was in the advance to Denafn and
finished up at Valenciennes. Left the
line two hours before the armistice
was signed on leave to Blighty. He
joined Iiis battalion at Mons und
marched from Mons to Brussels,
where they stayed until they left Bel-
GUARD  AGAINST  FIRE
ling roar of booing, its trolley was
pulM off the line and some stones
war* thrown. Women nnd shfldren
got ont of the car aud dispersed so
for ta known, unhurt. Tho conductor
and motormnn remained hy the car.
ling at his heels. Tho door was slammed to bul In a minute the plate glas..
front was smashed to atoms and a
part of the crowd surged east ou Market street to cut him off If he tried to
get through tho back way.  For a mln-
the trolley cord having heen cut, It I uto the front of the store was com par-
remained a fixture at what Immediately was to become a scene or battle.
Almost simultaneously with this
stunt, .the cry went out from the
crowd, "here comes the bloody soldiers,' and around the corner of Main
strtet from the south opposite the
Union Bank swept a single line of red-
coated NorthweBt Mounted Police.
They covered the wide street from
gutter to gutter, passing around the
derelict cor.
Immediately an angry cry was heard
from the mob and an occasional mls-
*1« waa thrown at passing soldiers.
atlvely empty and the soldier dashed
out again and crossed Main street to
seek shelter at the comer of William
avenue. He was Intercepted, how-
over, and carried hacx a little way
out of sight up William avenue.
Then followed the shooting. Almost Immediately a party of Northwest Mounted Police dashed after him
with their revolvers drawn and in column of four. Shots were heard; one
of the crowd shouted, "Thoy are firing into the air." "They have only
blank cartridges,'* shouted another.
The effect  was    electrical.      The
v. V
-.'   W-v\\\ a  / -. .     ,.' -t
A hundred yards behind this first | dense throng In front of thc city hall
rank came a second rank of khaki- ran frantically across Main street and *
clod horsemen, sold by the crowd lo buried themselves in lanes and alley-
be members of the Strathcona Horse j ways, forcing their way Into tho small
a»A tha Fort Garry Horse, but after-1 hotels that there abound. Men whn
I fef Moyar Onr tn ke tha I «*itinu#d on pac* Four)
HELP OUR PATROL MAKE R C. FORESTS SAFE
■jWertjoUtst Cljurcl)
Rev. R W. Lee. pastor
SUNDAY NEXT -JUNE DAY
11 am  Special Service
Program by 3unday .School Scholars
Address hy the Rev, R. W. I*«e
12 noon Sabbath School
7.30 pm. Evening Service.
Special  Program   of Music, etc.
To Fishermen-
Come in and Look at our
PRIZE  ROD
GIVEN for the BIGGEST TROUT
caught by our Fishing Tackle.
CRANBROOK DRUG & BOOK CO'Y
aaozgEMganE^I
VV. J. AT.HI8..X, Mgr.
Dny   |-Il.)lt« 74*
M«hl  l-h.mr IM THURSDAY, JUNE Mtil, 1M9
ORAN BROOK   HE RALD
Published Every Thursday by
THE  CRANBROOK  HERALD,   LIMITED
W. A. MYERS, ;     : :       Managing Editor
Advertising  Halt's uu  upiillcution.   Changet
this   office   Wednesday   noon   the current
lor Advertising MOST be In
week   to   secure   attention,
CRANBROOK,
BRITISH COLUMBIA THURSDAY, JUNK 26th, 1919
ABE WE TOliOUtiAMNt;
TOWAHHS HEVOLCTION | aer
He
ild.
f the
statii
bail'
»ly
Hon
that
profit,
ror the
It was
Ono Hig
'Ing state-
The Editor Cranhroolt
SIR,—W. E. Patton, o
Manufacturing Co., after
his company paid 7l' pei
said, "Our mill wa
glory of Ood or any
built  for  the    hem
holders."
In the first lssut
Union Bulletin is tli
ment:   "You have a rlghl to demand
all you have power to enforce."
in your editorial on prohibition and
the generally dlsgrncotul    c Iltlou
existing in ihi>- c'ty, you say; "We
cannot have au Ideal moral condition,
and the Booner we approach this question Intelligently the quicker wo will
be uhlo to deal charitably wiih all and
without animus toward  any."
In tlie rirst two eases the sentiment
is expressed clearly, "Evory man for
himself and the devil take the hindmost," with slight variation. In your
case the same applies, only you are
not so open. You speak of "approch-
ing tho question Intelligently." In
other wonis, if you "cul out tho
booze" and close the houses ol prostitution, you will destroy Cranbrook,
Therefore approach tho question Intelligently, have a wide open i ity, let
the merchants prosper at tho cost of
the man "whose only ambition iu life
is to satisfy tho cravings of a depraved and misdirected animal nature."
Then let the Mayor have (vrltton in
letters of gold over the entrance to
the city hall. "This city was not built
for the glory of God or anybody else,
hut for the benefit of ttie merchants,
The time is coining rapidly when
factory, union and city, if this country is to bo saved from a bloody revolution, will have to be run according
to the commandment of Jesus Christ:
"Thou shall love the Lord thy pod
with all thy heart and thy neighbor u .
thyself."
Yours
I-US. Haynos.
via Hoffman, Hay Claynool, .lie Fos-
d Joe Cooper will face J. Alox.
of Chicago, iti the first ev.ut
on Friday. Eudlcotte, filling boo and
KoeUiit havi countless aimireca
among the racing enthusiasts if Cal-
Kaey t.nd vicinity, as they !■ -ivi- <..,•-
played tholr driving ability lit prcvl
oils meets.
The ears that will compote Include
:\ Briscoe, Hudson. Hahe Special,Lor*
i ii tiio Special, Case Comet, Italian
Bugigatl, Mooney Special, and mi "S.
N." Special. Seven events aro listed
OH the program dally, and tho races
will slarl promptly nt ".--ft o'clock.
so groat were tho crowds at tho races
in 1017 and HHS that this year thu
directors ol tl
ESTABLISHED     1875
IMPERIAL BANK
1
OF CANADA
LUMBERING
The insistent demand for and prevailing- high prices
of lumber have made thc development of this industry
essential and profitable.
This Bank can assist ynnr plans. Consult our local
manager. m
j WATER NOTICE
! Take notice that Tlte Wild Horse
, ('reek Placer Gold Mining Company
j Limited (nou-persoual liability)
! whose address Is Maker Street, Oran-
I brook, will apply for a license to take
| and use 45 feet per second ot water
| out of Perry Greek, which flows nor
therly and drains    into    St.    Marys
River.
CRANBROOK BRANCH,
B. E. HOWARD,
Manager.    I
msiior
OF  KOOTENAI
MAKES EKIENOI.Y VISIT
that hits heen market.id from Mayook
TIiIh  hunch   was shipped
At a special mooting of the Crnnbrook Ministerial Association lndd on
Prldny lust the following resolution
was imssed:
Moved by Brother It. W, Lee. and
seconded by Brother J, P. Sinclair.
Exhibition have con-! Ihat we, the Ministerial Association
tod D new grand stand for thel of Oranbrook desire lo plnco on ro-
oio of accommodating the pub- cord our appreciation of tlu.-visit, of
This season It will be possible to Uie Lord Bishop of Kootenay to our
IM&tl nnd Judging from tho In-1 Association. We have listened to his
l already manifested, It is cor-' lucid exposition of tlie interim reports
apacity of both grund
this spring,
io Calgary,
Mayook I
districts in
mistake.  In
run al luiRt
lo breed up lho herd;
animals   when   they
such a scrub propoal
breeders are going to
bull proposition by tl
law will lie enforced :
i It
of lhe  best   grazing
vlnce.   it is a great
In lot scrub bulls
s nipiost impossible
•rils Into first class
iv   up   against
.ii     The stock
:\\{v this scrub
horns and the
I those owning
i that l
ids wll
be tested.
of the Society of Faith and Order on
the question of the re-union of the
Christian Church, and wc also desire
to place on record our readiness to
welcome any equitable legislation or
such animals will find that Ihey are
up against heavy fines if they permit
them to run at large.
The water will be diverted
from the stream at a point on Lot
5446, Group One, Kootenay District,
belonging to the estate of the late J.
JT. Harvey, and will be used for Hydraulic Mining purposes, upon the
Mines described as Placer Leases
No. 165, 156, 157, 158 and 151), all on
Perry Crook,
Tills uotlco war, posted on the
©round on tho 14th day of May 11.19. |
A copy of this notlCO aud au application pursuant thereto and to tho
"Water Act,'of 1914," will be filed in
ihe office of ihe Water Recorder Ht
Cranbrook, Objections to the application may he filed wllh the said
Waler Recorder or with the Comptroller or Wnter Rights, Parliament
BulldtngB, Victoria, B. C, within fifty
days after the first appearance of this
notice in a local newspaper. The date
of the first publication of this notice
Is June 11), 1019.
The Wild Horse Creek  Placer Oold
Mining Company Limited,
A p pi leant.
By Ourd fi Spreull, Agent.    25-41
Your Next
Phonograph
Will be a
BrunswicK
Find out WHY
Can To-day
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meets ln tht
Parish Hon
first Tuetdor
afternoon of
every math
at 3 p.m.
Pres. Mrs. D.
Campbell, boi
68t
Secy, Mrs. J. W. Burton, P. 0. Boi 181.
All ladles cordially Invited.
L
Raworth Bros.
Jewelers & Opticians
Next lo the Pimlofflce.
HUM   I'M kl'OIMI AMI NI..V Sl.ltl
Al, ()> SAME HI 1,1- AT HEX THE __........_____
..TIN.   MONDAY  ANU  TUES BAY Ire-adjustment of denominational  re-
.11 "Mi HUTU AMI JULY 1ST. ] latlonshlps,  whereby    the    aforesaid
  j churches will be able to develop the
"Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm,"the I spirit of unity with a view, in the or-
grantiest story ever filmed of Mary   der of Divine Providence, to an ultl-
Plclcford, by Paramount Art Craft, Is  mate condition  of Church  He-Union
the special feature film offering next
Monday ami Tuesday at tlie Rex The-
ploto
(Who is to run this city on those
lines? Where is the man in this town
who loves Ills neighbor as himself.
We all should and maybe we till will
some day. But we refer the writer of
the above to another'weTt1 known ^nif*-
sagq, of Scripture; "Ho Hint is wiihoui
sin lot him cart the first stone
Neither do ,\e think thai tt Is to tlie
benefit of the merchant tha' the lumberjack or miner or prospector, or |
even tlie oltixens of Cranbrook itself
biiould spend his money in booze or
tn visits ta u sporting house or over
the gaining table. All suoh money Is
worse than thrown away. But those
who deal with the merchant of Cranbrook are not Doukhobors. who have
no need for clothes, neither aro they
led on man-a, neither do ihey air.tfl
out under an apple tree They tlui ,t
even walk hi to town. All the money
that is sptit for food, clothing nnd
housing, for jitney service n A ior or-
namentotlin is money well spent and
in line with the teaching or Scripture,
"Come ye blessed, Inherit the kingdom prepared for you from tlie foundation of the earth, for I was hungry
and ye fed me, thirsty and ye gave me
drink, naked and ye clothed me, -sick
and ye visited me."
But if enough pressure is brought
to bear to drive these hungry, thirsty
naked, homeless men and women
from our midst ts there not a danger
that the thunders of the judgment
seat may bo pronounced against us,
"Depart, ye cursed, for I was hungry
and yo fed me not, thirsty and ye gave
me no drink, naked and yo clothed
me not, sick und ye visited me not."
If tho city of Cranbrook is not clean
enough, or pure enough for some, who
built this city, anyway? Is there not
room enough outside of the city limits
to hold all those who fret themselves
because of tiie evil doings of tholr
neighbors.
We iiuitc agree with Brother Haynos
that this country is on the verge of
bloody (evolution and lho Intorferoiie
witli personal liberty and the vagarlr
of our economic system ihat demand
the greatest sacrifice from the musses
of tlie people and that showers upon
the few all tlie material blessings of
life are the main causes of It. Wo do
not believe that the moral idealist has
the power to enforce his demands any
more than the One Hig Union or the
greedy exploiter,
Tho picture is much more com-
lu detail and staging than it
ever would bo possible to place upon
a stage, and the type of story that
Mary is so adaptable to. It will be
found to he one of the cleanest and
classiest pieces of cinema art that one
could wish for. It will please young
and .old, lovers of theatricals or those
that choose the better volumes from
the most renowned authors. We linve
not had Mttlo Mary iu our midst for
a long time and we know that she has
been missed.
On the same hill we are introducing
the first chapter of our new short
Western Serial starring the bewitching Ruth Holland. This picture Is, so
to speak, crammed jammed full of ac-
tlon and suspense. The feats of the
horsemen aro not to be compared with
anything you have seen In "the
Movies" unless you have seen "Hands
Up" in, sonic of the nest theatres of
Jh-W Jiil-fteM -eitfo*. -     -
Mr. Thompson has been added to
the regular orchestra as trap drummer and wo can boast of "The New
Itox Select Orchestra" as being one of
melodious harmony, while at the same
time there Is plenty of snap and ginger. To the more popular numbers
we find a rapid taste developing, de-
sjdte the craze of Jazz music, for the
more difficult classical selections and
tlie orchestra furnishes plenty of both.
More electric fans have been installed
for the comfort of patrons and every
possible step is being taken to make
a bid for tlie patronage they are striving to be deserving of.
RBX THEATRE,
M. P. Wetherell, Manager.
throughout the Dominion of Canada."
Signed on behalf of the Association,
V. V. Harrison, President.
.John P. Sinclair. Sec,
Id HEAD OF FAT STEERS
SIIIITI.ll BY BERT JOHNSON
A bunch of forty head of tat cattle j
were brought Into the stockyards on
Tuesday by Bert Johnson, of Mayook.
He was assisted by James Rothweil
and T. Cameron. It was one of.the)
best bunches of cattle ever, brought
Into the city.   This is tlie third bunch
Gillette
Safety Razor
The Shaving Service for Every Man
—Everywhere
No Stropping
-No Honing
Jameson's
BAKING    POWDER
feather Light
JAMESON'S
JAVA AND   M0C1IA
COFFEE
JAMESON'S
TEA
JAMESON'S
EXTRACTS
Thc users  are  the  Con-
iioiseurs.
EI>MONI)SON,S DANCE ORCHESTRA
Now (Micii tor Engagements.    One to
Four Pieces
' The Music witli the PEP.    Por Terms
Apply
MKS. EDMONDSON
| or plump 3211 Cranbrook, B. C
The NEW
KIT SET
No. 20
A period shaving edj- in the daily privilege ol the Gillette Safety
Rttzu- owner.
t*ew men can hone or strop a razor sharp enough to atop it pulling
on the neck and around the awkward place,. With a Gillette you do
not depend upon your own skill in stropping and honing.
The perfection ol the edge, of Gillette Blade, is assured by our
highly specialized machinery.
The new Kit Set shown above is most compact (especially convenient
when you go away for a holiday or On business,)ana enable, you to enjoy
the most comfortable shave in a few minute, eveiy morning.
Vour jeweler, drutttet. or hardware deader
can show you a variety of Gillette Sets at
$5.00 the set
WADE IN
CANADA
SITKEHK t'OUHT
At the .Supreme Court sittings held
In I'Yrnle Dominion Constable Ardeu
whs Acquitted of the charge of receiving money from war prisoners
\ while in llic discharge of his duties.
Tho base of Christophers vs. Wallace, of tlie Pernio Free Press for libel, wus decided in favor of Wallace.
Tho libel suit Wallace vs. Lawson,
ct ul, was decided out of court Law-
son agreeing tn apologize and pay
$260 dntnagee.
Tin* Plant  Which 1*  Iteveliitlnnl/ing
the Tiro Kft|iilr Industry.
With this plant we can rebuild and'
retread either ln ribbed or plain your j
old casings no matter how biully worn
so long as the walls are good, so they
will give you from .1000 tn 5000 more
miles, at a cost ot {10.00 for plain and
$12.00 for ribbed retreading, tor size
30x3 1-2. Send for price list for larger sizes. Wo oeo more tread rubber
In our work than is used on new tires.
Orders left with H. H. Hlnton, Cranbrook, will receive prompt attention,
or ship direct. We pay express
charges one way.
W. H. BISII.   Pliicher   Creek, Alt*
Vulcanlzer and Anto Painter.
Gille-lt.
KNOWN THC
WORLD OVER
The Gillette Safety Kazor Co. of Canada, Limited,
Montreal, Canada.    4B8
CANADA
OFFER*
LETHBRIDGETDAILY HERALD
Will KEEP VOU POSTED ON NEWS, PROGRESS
DEVELOPMENT OF THE TOWNS AND
COMMUNITIES AMINO TIIE
CROWS NEST PASS
TO BRITISH COLUMBIA RESIDENTS-
Tim*.* Months for Ono Dollar
Six Months for Two Dollars
Fifteen Moulds for Five dollars
Mall tills coupon with   money to Lethbrldge llemld.
[.ETHIIIUDGE Hi:UAI.lt, Lethbrldge. It. C.
Enclosed (lml ll  for which wild the Lethbrldge Dally
Herald lor   month..
Nn mi,
Address
PRICES MARKED
Iii every Coeur d'Alene bedroom Is a framed card on
Which Is printed the rules of
Uie room,   th other words
lhe    Coeur d'Alene    Hotel
marks   their  selling   prices
in  plain figures.   The patron knows what his bill will
be; he knows that he is not
heing overcharged   through
a misunderstand—his or the
clerk's—he  knows that  he
is  paying just what every
other occupant of that room
pays—  no  more,  no  less.
That's   standard   American
practice in first class retail
stores; some day It will no
doubt he standard practice
in the best hotels.
That framed curd ts a small
detail,   but   it   Illustrates   the
Coeur d'Alene  way    of    doing
things.    It's one of the many
concrete   applications   of     the
Coeur d'Alene policy of fairness
and a full and honest money's
worth, to every patron whatever
kind or price of room he occupies.
__
COEUR D'ALENE
THE HOTEL WITH  A
PGR80KAMTY
Spokane. Washington
At'TO MONAKI US TO HACK AT
cai.,ui.y i:\innrmiN
Calgary, Alta., June 20.—-Lumtnar-
les of thc gasoline world will battle
onthe track at the Calgary Exhibition
on Friday and Saturday* July 4 and 5,
for $-1,000 in Cffsl] prizes und also tho
honor nnd glory that usually goes to
tho victor, the entry list contains thel
names of eight of the must famous pi- j
lots on the circular courses, und Manager E. h, Richardson of tho Kxhlbi-
tion Is proudly boasting that hu has
landed thc "oreatn" of the driving
talent.
Such noted Mcrcurluu immuri-lm as
"Wild UUI" Endicott, Julus Qillngboo,
Dave Koctzlu, It. tin it l,ampkiti, Ir |
wffS
\f^jSr$A^
"POR every War Savings Stamp which you can
A purchase today for a fraction over $4.00 the
Dominion of Canada is pledged to pay you $5.00
in 1924. If you cannot make an outlay of $4.00 at
one time, accumulate sixteen 25-cent Thrift Stamps
and exchange them for a $4X0 War Savings Stamp.
C Should circumstances compel you to realize on
your investment, your money with accumulated
interest is always available.
NATIONAL  WAB SAVINGS  fO'lMITTEa
(Brllllh Cnlumhla lllvhls-,)
Vancouver, R.C.
Bvy Thrift Stamps
(.HT   TIIAT   01,1)    HOUSE
FIXED III1 IH.I-OIII. IT FALLS
iimvN on am us a con.
TRACT   TO liniLII   YOI!   A
NEW ONE
Clarke & Sainsbury
Phone 7!l or 8.0     P.O. Bex SM
I.AIU1.AW & DEWOLF
Clrll snd lining Engineers
B. C Land Sartertrs
CRANBROOK, B. C.
Drs. Oreen « MarKlaaoa
I'll)slclnns and Surgeons
Offirr  ni  resilience, Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICE Holms
FiiremiiiliH     9.00 to 10,09
Afternoons  n.oo to   4.00
Fvenlnsn —..... 7.30 to   8.80
Similar:,     ".80 to   iM
CIlANllllOOK, ua:
I.O. O.K.
KEY CITV 1.011(1 E, No. 48
Meets   every
Mondnr night
at KraioeaHy
Hull.     Sojourning   Oddfellawe
rnnliully Invited.
W. M. Harris        W. D. Qllrojr
Seer. N. ll.
1)11. P. II. MILKS
DENTIST
Offlre In Hanson Bloek
OFFrCE HOURS
!) to  12. a.m.
1  to    6  p.m.
CRANBROOK; B.C.
CRANBHOOK   COTTADI
HOSPITAL
Private Nursing Home
Licensed by Provincial  Govt.
Maternity snd flenenl Naestif
Massage and Rest Cure, Highest
References, terms moderate.
Auply Mrs. A. Crawford, Matron
Phone 269 ' P. O. Box MB
Address. Garden Ave. Craokteok
-*-
iiii: home iiakebv
Holit. Frame, Pren.
fresh Bread, Cakes, flea
and I'astrj
Phoun (7
Norbury Ave.      Opp City Ball
MONUMENTS
Knnlenay Granite & Hoi-
iiinental Co* LM,
General Stone Contractors and
Monumental Works
Front St., Nelson   P. O. hoi MS
FOB 1'AINTINfl ANII
t'AFERHANflfNfl, ETC
—Phone—
JOHN QARD
PHONE NO. 40»,     '
CRANHROOK . B. ft
KMOIITS OF PVTHIM
Craahraek, B. C.
Meeta every Tuesday at I pn la
the Fraternity Hall
c. G. Borgntrom, C. C.
C. H. Collins. K. R. * 8.
Vliltlng brethren cordially Invited to attend.
I'BAS. S. l'ABEEH
Forwarding and DuMhMiag
Ageat (or
Lethbrldge snd GreenhlU Ceal
Imperial Oil Ce.
Dlitrbatlon Cars a Specialty.
Orn-lnir and Tramferrlag
" Given prompt attention
Phone eg
I'hn Shoe Specialist
MIV. MARAPODI
Satisfaction Onaraaleed
..eadquarters tor alt Studs ef
F. Mi MACPireRMN
Undertaker
Phone lin
Norbury Ave, aesl lo Cltj H
Montana RestMMMt
Meals si All Hoars
Cigars, Cigarettes aad Candy
CRANBROOK STRKET.
Opposite tbe Bank ot Commerce
If vou want satisfaction
with vour washlna -
send It to
MONTANA LAUNDBT
flneclal nrlces for family
work
DR.OeVAN'S FEMALE PUIS r^,'*
tnertldtie lor nil Fi-innl*- G.iitr.lulnt. |,*» a bos'
or three for $10, nt drug More*. M:ttU<l bitay
nddreis oh receipt of price. Till; .'c»BKijL.I)ana
Co., Bt.Cnthariues, Ontario.	
PHOSPHONOlFORHHN^^nir
for ttene s-jdIsntalnaaMSj'mmetis,''; THCB9DAT, lUXE 2Etli, 1913
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
p-.ge tbhse
Our Customers are
SATISFIED
BECAUSE— we give
them that degree of
service and co-operation essential to good
eyesight with glnsses.
Our service tint**, not
stop with ypur purchase of our glassed-;
yon are not charged by
the visit—wx' guciran-
tee you g-ood vision bo-
fore wo nre through.
One Ki'HHOiialile rlmnrv
for K-tainliuilliin-
IJ In •-..-.»"-.-Si-rtki-
W. H.  Wilson
.writ. Oiitlrluo
l^ocal and Jrersonal
We Are Moving
And Stock is
slightly disarranged, come
in though &
We will attend to your
wants.
F. PARKS & CO.
Hardware & Mill Supplies
Cranbrook,    -    H. C.
Insure with Heale & Elweli.
Kllby frames pictures.   Plione U.
Creston'a Womeols    Institute   now
lias a membership of fi4.
Wanted—A competent nurse; apply
to Mrs. I*\ W. Oreen. 20-tf.
| A. lull Hue ot h-K-i grade hoys' wag-
ffons.   Oood values.   Patmore Bros.
! Preserving straw berries now on;
$4.7B a rrate, Oranbrook Trading Co.
1 Prlvnto .1. Orowo arrived on the
noon train yesterday.
.1   Wiiiis, lata nf Mii< Hun:.mi Uur
age, is now in Calgary with tho Web-
3 bor (inriige, as uigiit Biiporlntondenl
Croquel Seis
iti $0.76, f4.25, $11.76 ami $8.25, al Mot-
full's Variety Store.
I     S.   A.   Speers.  nf  rrestuu,   lias   sold
his Kurd and bought R    Mil.iiughlln
| from tlte Hanson (inriige
i i'unstable DdoleyJ of Ferule, has
I resigned from the police tooroe under
' pressure from the com mission ers.
| Wanted -tinciifll Lined RefrljarnUr
I t'ocond band, m»s- be in good roudi
1 Hon.   Plion ■ ti.e ilo'old Office.     tvJ,
| E. T, cdTipor, of the Kootenay Gar-
i age, delivered a new Chevrolet to Mr.
| Kelly, of Athalmer this week.
A picturesque touring party of In-
I dlans from Bonner's Ferry arrived In
\ town on Monday on tlieir way to the
Mission to visit their brothers
J    We are headquarters for fruit of all
' hinds.    Cranbrook Trading To.
BORN—At the Cottage Hospital,
i ranbrook, on June 19th. to Mr. and
MrB. Frank 0. Ilosling, a son—a big
nine-pounder.
FOR SALE
3 acres close to toi.ii; -:li
acres cleared, i arrcs In cro|i—
alfalfa, rye and oats, gooselierrj
klaekcnrrants nnd raspberry
tasht* and twehr rmli n|l|lle
trees, 160 roots rhiilinrli.
fi roomed plastered house, clll-
tke* house and US chickens.
Barn for three I I of cattle.
Rood well water. I'ronerty
all pagre wire toured.
Price SHOO on easy terms.
For further particulars u|i|ily
Beale & Elweli
CRAMIKtlOK. IU.
Modern house for sale cheap. On
Burwell avenue. Term.?. Apply John
Bennett, !>'J8 Oth Ave. West. Calgary,
Alta. 24-4t
tioed  Values In Boys* Misses* and
Girls' Outing Shoes, ali sizes nnd all
colors, nt rock bottom prices. . Moffatt's Variety Store.
JONES & DORIS
GONTRACTORS &
BUILDERS
mom:
880   in    lot
Noal Piola
t.citenil Contractor. In
I.ATHIM*. I'UNTI It. mill h
STOJit: * CtMKVI' WORK
P. O. Box 212     ■     Kt-l-ni.-. H P
P. O. llox 71 ■ Ornnlirook, B. C.
When in Cranbrook
The Place To Eal
is al
Alex Hurry's
Tables  in Connection
Hurry's White Lunch
Jas. Turnley. who recently arrived
from  overseas, left on   Monday    for
Creston,  where he will  be employed
for some time.
Don't forget the Methodist church
Ladies Aid cookery sale and afternoon
tea on Saturday afternoon, June 28th,
In the Old Gym. 2fi-it
HuUrday Special Ouly
Neat assorted patterns China Cups
and Saucers; $3.50 do?... or In halt-doz,
fotB $1.75.    Moffatt's Variety Store,
Tom. the young son of Uev. and Mr*-.
MoCord, of Creston. is in St. Eugene
hospital undergoing treatment for ear
trouble.
A strawberry and Ice cream festival
will In held In the Rectory gar.lc-i* on
r: ur*day, July .Ird. at 8 p, iu. !i>me
tables. Clock golf; prlae to be given.
Admission to dance, 55c, from iu to I.
Refreshments. .'t*-it i
\V   M, Harris is in tlte hospital siiM
roring from appendicitis.   An operation waa performed on Saturday andj
;  the patleni is recovering nicely.
a letter posted at Grand Prairie and
J addressed to Robert McKay, late 1st
i Canadian Pioneers, Is at the Herald
t ; office for delivery to the party *id-
J dressed
» 	
Prlmnry and Kindergarten
.'school: Principal. Miss Rum-
| say, Burwell avenue, Kor par
* I licntnrs phono 357. 2m.
.1 A. t.ltison. a former resident of
Windermere, tun who moved to Creston prior to going overseas, has now
gone with ills family to Olds. Alberta,
where be hits tnken up farming.
Fifty Becond baud sewing machines
in good running order, most of them
drop heads, for sale cheap, at the
Blnger store, plione 157. 2-mly
Saturday Special only.
Just arrived, delayed shipment of
House HrchKes. great values at $1.15,1
11.86 and fl,50.      Motfttt'a   Vnriety j
s"""'
S. A. Speers, of Crtisfnu. left last.
tveoh tor 0 riff In, Husk, in attend his I
mother, who is critically HI at the1
home of one of her daughters. Mrs.'
Speers was on her way to a visit to]
fehitlves hi It. C
Tin' North star mine under the
managomonl or o. c. T-hompeon, is
now shipping a lot of ore. The shipments tliis mouth huve amounted to
24 car loads. It fs tlie second largest
sliver lead mine In the province.
it will soon be time to celebrate.
Tlie German government, have decided to sign the peace treaty unconditionally. What else could tbey do and
tbey are getting off easy at that. Tomorrow is tlie day.
SAY—That boy of yours will have
to have something to interest Mm, to
engage lila surplus energy during tlte
holidays. Get him u Bicycle, a good
one. that will stiud tip to hard usage
and give him satisfaction. Its a
MASSBY.   Do it now. Patmore Bros.
Piano and Theory lessons by
arrangement. Phone 404 or box
428—Mrs. Van Braam, 237 Burwell Avenue. 46-tf.
A strawberry and ieo cream festival
will be held in the Rectory gar'Jen on
Tif.Miay, July 3rd, at S p. ni. Home
tables. Clock golf; prize to-be given.
Admission to dance. 50c., from 10 to 1.
Refreshments. lifi-lt
PAHKNTS—Holiday time is   here.
Get that hoy—that girl of yours a Bicycle to enjoy tbe holidays. It will
build the.n up and keep them out of
mischief. Get a good one, a MASSEY.
We have a complete stock to Belect
from.   Patmore Bros.
flailing Season Is now In full swing.
Ot buay ami make a big attempt to
win thc $5)1.00 Prize ROd given to the
angler lauding the largest Speckled
Trout tliis season; now on display at
Moffatt's  Variety Store.
.1. Attwood, of Creston, was a weekend visitor in Cranbrook. It Is the
flrsl time we have seen him for about
a quarter of a century, but time Is using him well. The glorious climate
of the Creston valley is renewing his
youth lila1 the eagles.
Prairie Visitors have heen numerous
in town this week. Among those registered al Uie Cranbrook Hotel were:
R. o. Jameson, champion: w Neray,
Hillcri'st. T a. cory. Medicine Hat;
Mr. and Mrs Scarbery, Granum; Mrs
W. .1 Ili-nix and family, Mooiejaw;
Mr. and Mrs. T A. Attwood, Canton;
1), It. Hustle. Maple Creek
Pernio Free Pgess;    A pretty dou-
ble wedding took place at tbe Church
of Knglaud on Thursday evening, the
liith Inst., when John McGladrey and
Mies Gertrude Foster, and Alex. Sher-
wood and Miss Jennie Foster, were
united in marriage by the Rev. Yot-
l. The contracting parties are all
well known Fernie people and they
Imve the best wishes of a host of!
friends.
The Key City Lodge I. O. O. F. No.
42, and' the Hebekahs held a memor-!
rvlco at the Cranbrook cemetery I
on Sunday afternoon. The bretherti
and sisters gathered at their hall at
2.80 and marched to the    cemetery]
' flowers were placed on the
graves of the departed. Brother Rev.
It. \V. Lee made a very suitable ad-
drew while gathered ln the City of
the Dead. Ono memorable sentence;
of his oration was that we can pay
the best respect to the dead hy taking]
cure nl the living and making the con*
ilitlous of life better for the coming j
generations,
lt.
ri.ANH, SI'H II h mn>s.
HITKHIYrUNIlANCH
ItenodHUng and He-pairs a
Specially.
J.    V.    III! IICROFT
ntAMtHOOk
FA Ml tilts* INSTITUTE
Regular Meeting
SECOND  HATl'ltlt.lY of each
■onth al 3 p.m. In the (Hy Hall
j FOR SALK Lots 21 and 22,in block
j 4ft, Lum.-den avenue; to he wild to-
| tether tu* separately     This property
! must hf sold; make an offer Philip
I ll.itn.-l. Rlggar, Snslt 84-81
Miss Blalo llenilren. who has been
In charge of (he morning shift at tl-.c
OroatOfl central, has left for Winder-
, mere, wliere slie"~WUl relieve for a
few weeks.
.lust arrived Peaches, B6c per lb.;
pltttOS. BOc, per lb.; apricots, flOe. per
lb.; watermelons, 2 lbs. for 25c.; can-
telopos. 20c. each; tomatoes, 250, and
40c. per Ih.   Crnnbrook Trndtng Co.
Saturday H|n>elal
Photo Frames and Pictures In Gilt.
White and Black Frames, at 20c. each.
Moffatt's Vnriety Store.
J. P. Lewis
KIMBEHU.Y, 11. C.
I have just Installed a l«awi-
Uae Service Tank and will be
flat to fill your orders.
let us supply yen also with
OILS, TIRES, NMUI, FORI)
REPAIR*, RTC.
T. Oalbralth, or Fort Steele,
Indian agent, has jual returned from
B visit [a the western agencies. He
report!- tlie Indians at Creston scattered all over the valley for berry picking operations, for which they get 40c
a crate
W. II Wilson, wife and family, accompanied by Mrs. W. F. Attrtdge and
Mrs, F. Adolphe. of Baynes Lake, motored tn Spokane on Monday, return*
ing today,
C. G, Rennett, of Creston, wa« a
business visitor in town on Wednesday.
t Fernii- is to have a big celebration
on Tuesday. July 1st. Many people
from Cranhrook and district will be
there There will be all klndtt nf
sports. Oct in line nnd show the sister city Mutt you appreciate their efforts In make life enjoyable In this
tied* of the woods.
The bamma bell— 'nuff aed. We
get banana weather alright and we
don'l get any cyclones with It either.
While we have been enjoying the heat
tempered with a cooling breeze, Fergus Ful Ik. of Minnesota, has been lorn
asunder by a terrific cyclone In which
hundreds have lost their lives or hnve
been seriously Injured tn the destruction of ihelr property. We can't have
thu Ideal in this world, but Cranbrook
is the n.-j.rest thing to It.
Fancy and Ball-room Dancing taught, For particulars
phone 404 or box 428.— Mrs.
Van Braam. 46-tf
Eczema Wash
A touch of 1). D. 1). to any eczema J
sore or Rolling eruption and you'll he
able to rest and sleep once more.
Think— just a touch! Is It \Vnrth try-
Ins? Got a trial bottle today. Your
money back if the first bottle does not
relieve you. Hold hy Cranhrook Drug
nnd Hook Co.
Oranbrook Druf en* Book Co.
Clean to handle. Sold fey «U Drag.
gistv, Grocer* and General Stem.
FARM FOR SALE
AT A BARGAIN
120 AlilCS. 1 * Al I I.K  FROM   KAII.W.Wi
large triune llmisc III x 115) l.mt Stable tor 4 Horse*)
Poultry II01180 uilli Varils I'rnrcil with worm wire.
Large Spring iitinr llous.ii MSI Kirks nf Wood ID and
IS inch cul lust winter;  II) cords of I foot wnfld and
-trolinlil)' 5110 curds vol l» cul.
PR.ICE For Everythln*--$750 cash sale
F. A. RUSSELL,      Y.M.C.A. Bldg.
CltAMlItOOK. B. C.
How About That Trip
During Your Holiday
will, vim iiiifimi: a GRIP
SITI'I ASK OR Till Mi.'
\\> are showing i' vary nlci Selection of
Everleigh Dependable Lines
The prices lire rensoiuilile for lldoil Quallf)
Mnterinl. IVArkiiianshlp nml Appearance   j j
Dominion
Day
Celebration
At FERNIE
Tnesday, July 1st
OI'KX KVKNTS Rl'XMXO, .lUMPINI}, ETC„
VKTKRAXS AMI 0RGAMZEI) LABOR EVENTS
IIASKHAI-I, ft  I'OOTBAM. COMPETIHOIIS
IIOIISi: RACING AMI CYCLE RACING
{irand Parade in Morning
DANCE
At Victoria Hall in the Evening
FOR PARTICULARS APPLY — C. SPENCE, SECY
The \
Longest a^:%
Lasting  ^yM
C^M    /
ra**-* tetyfem   ir\)f,m.ef\fst\ ,it\f,n.,f\f,m   tt\fm   ir\fsm mtn\fsstB
SPECIAL RATES
— To The —
Calgary Exhibition
PROGRAMME    KXTRAORIIINARY
Hear Sousa and His Wonderful Ind
, FLY Through the Clouds with $
Capl. Fred Mi loll. ll.S.II.. M.C. with liar, and D.F.C.
of Cnlu'Hrj. nml
Cn|)t. IV. Mny, D.F.C. nf Fdinnnton.
HORSE .VXD AUTO RACES
EXCELLENT VAUDEVILLE TWICE A HAY
June 28th to July Stb
SINGLE FARE
AXD ONE-THIRD
l   TICKETS FOR SALE FROM JUNE 27th to JULY ith  ,
Gooil Returning till .Inly ith
From all Stations in Alberta. Saskatchewan and Hritiah
Coliinililu as far w«i ns Nelson and Golden.
•msAf-<At  —At '■->>■ imfc'ni-tO
\ Sweetmeat 'C-M
intheWbrld!^!'
WRIGLEYS
The Flavour Lasts
All three kinds sealed
in air-tight, impurity-
proof packages. Be
SURE to get WRIGLEY5
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada Limited
Offices, Smelting anil Refining Department
TRAIL, BRITISH COLUMBIA
SMELTFRS     AXD     REFINERS
Purchasers of Gold, Sliver, Copper and Lead Ore*
Prodaeers of Gold, Silver, Copper, milestone. Pin Lend and
Spelter "TADANAC" Brand. P.-.1-E  6D5
THIS     CIUNBBOOK     BffiULB
THUHSDAT, JUNE 26tt, 1919
illllll*
nine prlnctplos
adoplod  by  the
DECLARATION OF PRINCIPLES
OF 610. OF CANADA
1. That we stiuid unalterably opposed to tho Introduction ol the doctrines of Bolshevism and anarchy in
this country und we aro nol In accord
with the underlying principles of the
"One Bin Union" which expressed i'-
self as being In full accord with the
Russian Bolshevlki and the German
Spartacan, and whose principles seek
by "massed action" of labor to enforce tlieir power upon the majority
of the people and have as one of its
possible results the menacing of onr
institutions of government ami the
threat of their replacement by Soviet
Rule.
2. We desire and will endeavor to
ensure that all members of our Association will whenever occasion demand lend active assistance In upholding constitutional authority, the
laws of the country snd good order,
.1. \\je recommend that a round table conference be hold comprised of
progressive representatives of labor,
employers, farmers, returned soldier
citizens nnd women to consider a solution of ihe preseni omlni
trial situation,
4. We endorse
respecting labor
Peace Conference.
li. We advocate progressive legislation as an antidote to unrest antl suggest to that end tiiat serious consideration be given to tho enactment of
laws respecting tho following subjects:—
(a) A minimum wage;
(b) Insurance against old age, illness and unemployment;
(c) Suitable housing for all;
(d) Reduction of liie coftl of living
by the principle of co-operation, limiting the operations of the so-called
middleman, regulations governing the
holding of perishable products In cold
storuge plants and otherwise as
deemed possible;
(e) Stringent restrictions upon immigration and naturalization;
(f) Suitable and equal opportunities for the children of both rich nnd
poor, permitting them to attain the
general and higher forms of education with Government financial assistance and scholarships; such education to Include instruction in governmental problems nnd citizenship:
au extended scope to attain greater
agricultural nml artlzanshlp education and thus raise the dignity of labor to a proper level, whicli would
Induce more Canadian people to engage In the pursuits of education, artisan and labor;
(g) Support the general principles
ot the voice of labor In industrial
management as exemplified in the report of the Wttley Council of Grent
Britain;
(h) Proportional   represcnlalfoi
more properly reflect the opinion of
the country.
6. That we reiterate our plea that
generous provision be made for the
widows and orphans of those who
have fallen In tbe present war and
those totally disabled as a result of
service.
will be glad to hand them over to their
owners on request
DON'T FORGET the meeting on
Sunday, July tub, when 'wo expect to
hear n report from eomrude Uum of
the Conventions proceedings.
Till: RIOT ACT READ
IN WINNIPEG
PORT STKEI.K NOTES
(Continued from page t)
no doubt had war experience threw
themselves flat into the gutter. The
shooting took place exactly la minutes after the appearance of tho
mounted men. and in two or three
minutes city hall square and the wide
expanse of Main street were deserted.
Across this waste Of asphalt were
brought the bodies of the casualties
by men who had been with them when
they fell, and placed In Thompson's
undertaking parlors. Very quickly
word spread that three men hud
boon killed. By three o'clock several
hundred special polioo wllh drawn
truncheons were marching over tho
t empty scene or battle where yet
tho street car burned.
Jack Barrett, one of tlie wounded
men said Unit he was looking on when
the soldiers swept into William avenue ami lie stated that ono or thom deliberately fired his revolver, at him
point blank,
Roberl c. Johnson, tho roturnod soldier, said Hint his only interest had
boon that of an onlooker and that he
had beon crossing the street when the
soldiers appeared. He had served
with distinction for three and a half
years at the front only to be shot
through tiio thigh upon his returning
home.
Tiio man who wns killed appeared
to be about 40 years old and hnd Slav
or Polish characteristics. lie was
shot through tbe heart and killed instantly. His companions complained
bitterly that the soldiers had fired
without any kind of warning as they
rode around ihe corner, and of course
beforo martial law had been proclaimed.
At ...HO a commissioned officer attached to No. 10 Militia District addressed tiie crowd at tlie corner of
Portage avenue and Main street, advising them that the riot act had been
read and (hat thc city itad been placed
under martial law and therefore everyone should go home. Nevertheless
Main street remained still badly con
gested and the fire brigade turned on
tiio hose to clear the curious from the
tops of the surrounding buildings.
Armored cars witli machine guns
and troops at ihe "stand to" were held
in reserve at the strategic points of
the city.
The Winnipeg strike ls ended—the
riol finished it.
Kootenay Orchards Junior Sunday
School will hold a picnic at Jap Lake
on July 1st. A general and hearty invitation Is extended to all city folks
to join the picnicers and have a good
time. Refreshments will be served
about noon. Various amusements will
be on the orders of the day. A little
speechmaklng also and races and
music and song. The Kootenay Orchards people are known for carrying.
out tho principle: "Whatever Is worth
doing is worth doing veil." Take In
the picnic and you will have a good
time.
Al Doyle and R. L. T. Oalbralth returned to Fort Steele on ThurHday.
A. Penwlck and Colin Dunlop visited Cranbrook and Steele. They report running into numerous colonies
of mosquitoes on the way.
Mr. Pllklo and partners passed
through Steele last Thursday looking
for good land for stock raising; they
returned Saturday.
Hon Werdeu and Wallle Tanhauser
made a trip to Nelson last Thursday,
returning Sunday.
Bert Jones and family passed
through lown on Sunday.
J. (iarbutt was in Cranbrook Saturday on business.
Miss Agnes Walsh has arrived home
from Hie Convent at Nelson.
Capt. Lucas arrived In Steele ou
Sunday on six days' leave.
Misses lOdith Kershaw,Annie Worth
and Gertrude Challender nre In Cranbrook writing on their entrance examinations..
K. ii. L. Attree and J. Ohrbutt loft
on Monday for Fairmont,
F.  II. L. Attree, Mrs. Attree, Mrs.
Galbraitb. Miss Attree and Eric Sow-1    gjjjAXBD
erby  drove  to  Sowerby's   ranch   and
Wasa ou Sunday.
A dance will be held ut Fort Steele
on July 18th ror the benefit of lhe
French soldiers. The Cranbrook Orchestra wilt supply the music.
them march into battle and (we
death gladly. Sousa has been able to
ox press tn these marches the entire
scope of military psychology which
no other composer has ever done.con-
sequently every one must Instinctively feel only gratitude to and homage
for this remarkable man. Ia his concerts here at the Exhibition, June
28th to July 5th, Sousa will give a
program replete with cIosbIc and artistic gems, with many of his famous
marches interspersed to arouse and
enthuse the most undemonstrative
dispositions.
MARYSVII-IK NOTES
June 23<—The many friends of Mrs,
John Dennett, Marysvllle, wfll he
pleased to know that she Is making a
speedy recovery after undergoing
serious operatloon In St. Eugene hospital,
We are pleased to welcome Ed.
Handly home after serving a year
overseas.
Mrs. C. Conover has returned home
from Cranbrook after being ln attendance on her mother, Mrs. Bennett, at
tho hospital for a few days.
Harvey Handly Is kept busy shaking hands with his many friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fleming, of Kimberley, were called to Portland, Ore.,
owing to tlie serious illness of Mrs.
Fleming's mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Ferris, of the Sullivan
mine, returned from Spokane on Saturday.
SHORTHORN  HIM, FOR SALE
Wo have a registered Shorthorn
Bull to sell, 6 years old. Address D.
E. Wallace, P. O. Box «12, Fernle,
B. C. 26-4t
TENDERS POR HIUHVYAY
CONSTRUCTION^
Card uf Thanks
The funeral of the late Mrs. Ann
Wilson took place from the residence
(128 7tli St. S. Lethbrldge, on Thursday, June Sth, Rev. Mr. Denoon con-
ducting the service.
Mr. and Mrs. Davidson sincerely
thank friends who expressed sympathy for them In their bereavement,
tiiose who sent the beautiful flowers,
also for the many kindnesses shown
their dear mother during their illness.
Mrs. Wilson leaves to mourn her
loss, a son and daughter, Mr. Dav'd
Wilson, <d' Vancouver, late of Cranbrook, 11. ('., and Mrs. James Davidson, of Lethbrldge.
The late Mrs. Wilson came from
Monifteth, Forfarshire, Scotland, to
Cranbrook nine years ago. By her
loving Christian spirit she made many
friends. For the past two years she
has made her home In Lethbrldge
with hor daughter, Mrs. Davidson.
BAPTIST   nU'RCII
SUNDAY NEXT, JUNE 29
It a. ni.—Union Service in the Methodist church.
12  noon—Sabbath  School  and  Bible
Class.
7.30  p.  m.—Union  Service  In  Mjth-
Odlst church.
Mrs. (Rev.) R. W. Lee met with a
serious uccldent this Thursday morning. She was going down Into the
cellar with a jug of milk, when she
fell to tho bottom. She lay uncon
sclous f(r about half an hour t-efori
shecame to.
fl. Vi. V. A. NOTES
Jas. F. Lunn left on Monday for tiio
Coast to attend the Provincial and
Dominion Conventions of the Association.
The regular meeting of the local
branch will be hold on Sunday. July
6th.
Members are requested to turn out
to these mooting.; in larger number
Rapid progress is being made in
the alteration of headquarters and wo
hope before long Ihat Ihey will be in
first class shape.
The secretary has a number of due
books belonging to new members and
WANT ADS.
THE STAR SECOND HAND STORE
list of Bargains this Week
We are always at tlie other end of
Phone 9. For anything In the furnl
ture line—If you want to buy, sell or
exchange, ring phone 0, Good prices
given for all kind.i of furniture.
GRANDFATHERS CIX)CK~— $28.00;
worth |fi0.00.
SPLENDID ASSORTMENT of arm
chairs ln solid leather at bargain
prices.
MAGNIFICENT    SETTEE~-Tii    solid
leather; $50; honestly wortli double
GARDEN TENT—Good order; $12.
CANADA PRIDE STEEL RANGE--
Malleable steel, good as new, cost
$85; $50.
PBRFBCTION OIL STOVE-:i  burn
ers, with oven, good as new; $83,
Dance at Waldo
June 10.—The Initial dance of the
Baker Tennis Club held last evening
In tlie Baker Lumber Co.'s Hall proved
a distinct success. A Fernle orchestra, consisting of seven pieces, dispensed first class music, the floor was
in fine shape, the supper appetising
nnd In plenty (thanks to the kindness
of tlie ladles .Interested In the event)
and altogether quite a record crowd.
There must have been about 50 care
from Cranbrook, Fernle, Jaftray.Elko,
Baynes Lake. Eureka, Flagstone and
other points. They had a most enjoyable evening, the orchestra being called on for an extra hour. "Good
Nights" were Interspersed with
"When's the next?"
I'ulimry  Exhibition   Notes
Probably no composer ln the world
today hns a popularity equal to that
of Lieut. John Philip Sousa. This ts
due to two factors—his marches are
the recognized criterion fn all parts
of tbe civilized world, and his personality lias endeared him to the people at large. He has been rightly
called tbe "pulse of thc nation."
March tunes, though rated by some as
not the highest form of art, have nevertheless a function peculiarly their
own. Sousa's marches have founded
a school and have revolutionized mar
tlal music, for they possess merit of
distinct indivlduB-1 Ity as well as supreme architectural qualities. Moreover, they have an additional value
Inherent  in  themselves—that  of  In-!
PROPERTIES FOB SALE
Undermentioned property adjoining the City ot Cranbrook tor sale in
whole or In part at very reasonable
figures. This represents a total acreage or 1037.95 acres chiefly ln five
acre blocks, and should be well adapted for purpos?*) of hay raisii.,? or
sheep or cattle ranching, The jndi»r-
sij-ned will be prepared to give htrnc-
dtote considerate m to any off?r tha1
Is submitted.
Blocks Nos. 8, H. 15, 25, 26, 27, 29,
.i«j 31, 33, 35, 38 to 47 Inclusive, S. V?
'..t 48, 49 to 56 Inclusive, 59 to 64 in*
cirslve, of Lot No. ."SSS; Blocks Nos.
I to 4, 6 ti 15, 7 li <..'., 25 to 6. all
inclusive, of Lot 3556; Blocks Nos
1 to 8, 12 to 15, 17. t'i. 24 to 32, 3i to
44, 48 to 52, 54 57 to 00 all Inclusive,
of Ut 3557; Blocks Nos. 1 to4, 13 to
22, 24, 26 to 40, 43 to GO all Inclusive,
of Lot 3058; Gast half of Lot V79fl
(approximately 160 acres.)
J. C. SHIELDS.     .
209 Winch Building,
26-2t Vancouver, B. ('.
15=
REX Beatre
TENDERS addressed to
the Deputy Minister, Department of
the Interior, Ottawa, and marked on
the envelope "Tenders for Highway
Construction" will be received at this
Department until Friday noon nn the
h.lghleenth duy of July, 1919, for the
construction of:—
(No. 2) Castle-Laggan Highway,
Second Section from Station 355 x 00
to Station 960 x 00, Rocky Mountains
Park, Alberta. Contractors may tender for (he complete work or separately for two timber bridges, one over
Corral Creek at Station 785 xOO and
one over Pipestone Creek at Station
732 x 00.
(No. 4) Mount Revelstoke Highway
from Station 643 x 00 to Station 747
x 00, Mount Revelstoke Park, Field,
B. C.
Each item must be tendered for
separately.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank In favor of the Deputy Minister
of the Interior to a sum equal to Wfa
of the total amount of such tender.
The deposit of the unsuccessful tenderers will be promptly returned to
them, while that of the successful tenderers will be retained as a guarantee of the acceptance of the contract
and the satisfactory completion of the
work.
Plans and copies of contract may
be examined and specifications may
be had from the Commissioner of Dominion Parks, Ottawa, Ontario; the
Superintendents of the Dominion
Parks at Banff, Alberta; Jasper, Alberta; or Field, British Columbia; the
Dominion Lands Offices at Moosejaw,
Edmonton, Calgary, Revelstoke, Kam-
loops and New Westminster, and the
Office of the Inspector of Dominion
Lands Agencies, Winnipeg, Manitoba.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
The unauthorized Insertion of this
advertisement In any newspaper will
not be paid for.
LYNWODE PERE1RA,
Secretary.
Department of the Interior,
Ottawa, Ontario. 26-2t
The Corporation of tbe City ef
Cranbrook
NOTICE  TO TAX-PATERS
Rate Payers are requested to bear
In mind that owing to the change In
the Municipal Act, no discount can be
allowed on their taxes this year and
further that a penalty of 10 per cent
will be added on July lst on those
Taxes remaining unpaid on that date
and a further penalty of 5 per cent
will be added on October lst on
taxes then unpaid.
Pay your Taxes early and avoid the
penalty.
T. M. ROBERTS,
. Collector.
stilling courage into the soldiers and City Hall, Cranbrook, B. C.
furnishing Inspiration that will make june ^th, 1919. 24-3t
PERFECTION OIL STOVE-2 burners, with oven; $16.
VINOL MAKES
Weak Women
STRONG
Positive — Convincing .Proof
We publish the formula of Vinol
to prove- convincingly that It lm the
power to create strength.
R— Cod Liver and Beef Peptones,Iron
and Manganese Peptouates, Iron uud
A'.Hiiri.ium (.Urate, Lime and Soda
Glycerophosphates, Cascarln.
Any woman who buys a bottle of
Vinol for a weak, run-down, nervous
condition and finds after giving It a
fair (rial It did not help her, will have
iior money returned*
Von see there Is no guess work
about Vinol. Its formula proves there
is nothing like it for all weak, rundown, overworked, nervous men and
women nnd for feeble old people and
delicate children. Try It once and be
convinced. Sold by Cranbrook Drug1
and Book, Company
Good blood makes firm tissue, strong nerves^
steady eyes and clear brain. Keep your blood pure and
lull of healthy, red corpuscles, and your liver active, by
using Beecham's Pills, which remove poisonous matters
irom the system, assist the stomach to assimilate its
food, and the food to nourish the body. A world-
famous remedy to strengthenthevitalorgansandhelpto
Make Pure Blood
Wortfe ■ Culnea a Bos
Pnwri -air. tr VV t—tiKtkJut H* ■-* U»-«AW..1».ImI,
tmtew, man, Im Cessem — 4 U. 3. Awik. Im boi... SB mm*
CIIj ot I'raakrook
WAR MEMORIAL MEETIN.l
A Public Meeting ot the citizens Is
hereby called for Monday, July 7th In
the City Hall at 8.30 p.m. ror the purpose ot considering In what form thc
Permanent Memorial to our Fallen
Heroes from this District shall take,
to devise ways and means tor the collection of the funds necessary for such
purpose and to form such Committees
as may be deemed advisable.
In view of the Importance of this
matter It ls highly desirable that the
meeting should be a thoroughly to-mw
sentative one.
W. F. Cameion, Mayor.
City Hall, Cranbrook, B. C.
June 12th, 1919. 24-3t
STOCK FOR
SALE
1 REGISTERED HEREFORD
BULL, FIVE YEARS OLD—
very high class animal
ALSO ABOUT 60 YEARLINGS
mostly Herefords, two
thirds heifers;
ALSO COWS with Calf at foot.
If you are' looking for
foundation stock accustomed to the B. C.
climate,   don't fail to
see this bunch.   Apply
B. JOHNSON
BOX 34    •    WARDNER, B.C,
Where Eyesight
Is Concerned
WE ASSURE YOU
THAT WE KNOW.
WE CAN PIT YOU
McLeod's Store
Dr. R. V. Hoyt
Eyesight Specialist
CANADIAN
Pacific
CHANGE IN
Train Service
Effective June lst, 1919.   There will be a general change in train
service.   Times tor trains al Cranbrook will be:
No. 61
Dally
2:1.011
l.v   Medicine Hat   Ar
No. 68
Daily
6.15
22.M
Lv   Calgary   Ar
7.66
3.45
9.311
12.1(1
12.2(1
ir,.ir,
16.60
Lv   Letlibrld'go   Ar
Lv   Fernle   Ar
Ar   Crnnbrook   Lv
Lv  Crnnbrook  Ar
Ar   Klngajato   l.v
Ar   Kootenny Landing
2.06
18.41
16.15
16.05
13,40
11.P0
For further particulars apply to any ticket agent.
J. K. PROCTOR, Dletrict Passenger Agent. Calgary
cimiin WTE.
We retain tweatj- earn dry
t.foot Taunt A Hpraee
Cordwood.   Write—
TATE COAL COMPANY
Mmm Jaw,    Baik.
Monday & Tuesday
June 30, July 1
PARAMOUNT
ARTCRAFT  SPECIAL
Mary Pickford
IN
"Rebecca of
Sunnybrook Farm"
The Sweetest Star, in the Quaintest
Story Ever Told
PRICES-Evening 20c & 35c
Monday Matinee, at 2.30,10c & 25c
=NOTICE=
IN ADDITION to tlir above Special Attraction, we are
Introducing Our NEW WESTERN SERIAL—
"HANDS UP"
Which will run on our Kegulrn Programmes on Mondays & Tuesday for the next 13 weeks (no more),
RANT) PflNPFPT In -*>««-» <-' Theatre for
D**',u "wUlltLIVl   „,,, Engagement and
Full Orchestra ,o Awon-pnBy the picture,
tApi *"Af — *Ai' fAt* tfAf u*At*et<At< -w*-^»-wyf
EDISON Theatre Program
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BIG
Shirt waist Dance
JVLY lst
—From 9 p.m. to I a.m.—
MUSIC BY MRS. KDMONDSOVS ORCHESTRA
BEST   MUSIC   BEST   FLOOR
COME AND HAVE A OOOD TIME
| ADMISSION to Each De.nce    •    50c   ,
gUnmka itywii nym ttytn tUfim m\ym si^mem*yftt\
PBIDE Or THE  WEST
KNITTED GOODS
Brlttoli.CalaBkla.Mada
Bay at Home
Mackay,   rimltk,   Blair * Co.
Yaaeoanr, B.C.
QUEEN'S
XIIIOiTOK,
A»Ti
Part if tke Arte cevnt mar btcertndbr
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