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Array THE CRANBROOK fl ERA LDP*-
VOLUME 21
CRANBROOK,   BRITISH COLUMBIA.
THURSDAY,   JULY 2-ltli. 191K
iCTMIM K>
Local Overflow INSTALL OFFICERS      ! DEPARTMENTAL OIK
THE RETURN OF PEACE:
Buy Wur Savings Stamps.
jui
,   oats   and   barley,   carload
Cranbrook Trading Co.
ANO CONFER DEGREES
As the people began to realise that
peace had Indeed come again to the
world after passing through the most
horrifying experiences the old world
hn-* ever been subjected to for nearly
five years—that the peace treaty had
really been signed nnd that a league
of nations had been formed to enforce
its terms, thoy began to put themselves In a right frame of mind to re*
Jolco over the occasion.
Never before was <'ranbrook so unanimous In Ms demonstrations of Joy
nor so lieurty In Its participation In
celebrating a national event. The on-
tin* population of tlte City of Qratl-
br->ok and the adjoining districts,
wiih the exception of Kimberley, at
which place the male population waa
held to control the fires Unit were ravaging the forests surrounding that
tov,n.joined In making Saturday's celebration the greatest in the annals of
Ea.it Kootenay. Tlie program was
crowded with events from 10 o'clock
In the morning until midnfght. It
was a memorable occasion and one
tin... will be recounted with pleasure
to our children's children.
The advent of Peace Day was anno'need by the patriotic decoration
of the city streets and public building* and the spirit of rejoicing was
In the air from morning till night.
Ideal weather conditions prevailed.
The day was warm, but not sultry.
There were no dark, lowering or
threatening clouds, but the kind of u
sky that acted like a parachute to
prevent the scorching rays of tbe sun
fn m beating down upon the earth, so
everybody was happy. The Joy of the
occasion was spontaneous and the
fosivltios were entered Into wtth a
hearty and thankful spirit
THE PARADE
As it was a peace celebration lt was
api ropriate that the parade be headed by the returned men and they certainly presented a fine appearance as
they were paraded for the procession
at the corner of Baker and Cranbrook
streets under command of'.Lieut-Col.
C. it. Davles. They were mustered
four abreast with Colonels pavies.
Pollen and Lister In the lead and
marched smartly down Baker street
to the government building where
they halted for the floats and decorate.! auto** and Wcycler-W fall ta line.
t Ue parade started at 10.45 and
proceeded along Baker street to the
C. I*. H. station, thence along Hanson avenue to Louis ..reel, along
Louis to Armstrong avenue, along
Armstrong to Baker, thence along
Bal or to tlte point of commencement
tn the following order:
'l he Veterans.
'lhe City Band.
I our gentlemen representing. John
Bull. Uncle Sam. Franco .and Italy—
the hlg four.
T'.e floats representing the Allies
in ihe order following; Canada, by
Ma. or Cameron; Great Britain, by
Mrs. (Dr.) R \V. Green; Prance, by
John Martin; Belgium, by Mrs. A. B,
Macdonald; United States, by C. O.
Sta les; Australian Commonwealth,
by P. M. MacPherson; South Africa.
by Mrs, 11. A. MeKowaii. Italy, by K.
Pro entBtio; Japan, by Harrv Kutn;
China, by Lee John.
Representative floats and decorated ; ut os followed, among which were
Pel e, by Misa Delia ii reaves, Hed
Crone Ambulance, by I**. M. MnePher-
son; the tllrls of All Nations, by W
R. Worden; Armored Cur. by Chief!
Ad: ma; Tank, by It. C. Bakin; Big
Gun, by \y. II. Hassle; Plre Truck, by
the Clly and many others.
i' eoiHii'ii bicycles.
Y.iowhole was led by the Marshal
of i iWBrTi Dr. Itout ledge.
Prites were given, which were a* I
win ted as follows:
Por   the   llest   tilled   Nation    Mrs    tl
A. McKowan. South Africa.
Kor the Best Decorated Car or
Flo.u-—Two prizes wero given each of
eqral merit. MIsk Delia Greaves, who
represented    "Peace,"    and  Mrs.  A.
B. Macdonald. who represented  "Bel
glum."
l ir the most representative Float
— K C. Kakln, who represented n
"Te;ik."
1" rst prize for decorated bicycle
we < to It  Bowness.
'1 ,io parade was -generously -ap-
plu ded as It well deserved to be, as
a fieat deal of pnlus were taken to
prf are for it. Tlie display was ex-
trei-iely attractive, nothing ever hav-
Inp equalled It in the Kootenays.
PATRIOTIC ADDRESSES
When the parade wu finished the
cro d gathered In front of the government building and listened to
slu'it patriotic addresses delivered by
Mayor Cameron and Rev.e H. M.
Lyoi, K. \V. Lee and Father Murphy.
Thi-e gentlemen all eulogised tho
me'i who had made It possible to celebrate the world's peace, remembered those who had fallen and urged all
to carry on In a manner worthy of
vie rirs In an honorable cause.
THE ATHLETIC SPORTS
*t 2 o'clock tbe sport* bo?an on
the ball field beyond tke govi.iiasnt
kvKdtam.   Nliita* total •?*, a
splendid place for holding all kinds of
fports. A tier of circus saats had
been put up which accommodated .,
l..w hundred people, the rest of the
thousands spread themselves all ovat
'hi field. There were running and
jruii ing races for young and old of
both -**excs. Th» results werr as follows :
100 yards race —G, M. Argue, H. F.
Bridges. High jump—li. P. Bridges,
Sam Gonsaga. Hop. Btep and jump-
ll. P. Bridges, Sam (lotmign. 100 yds
hoys Stan Moifatt, Warren Spenco
Boys' race—Angus Macdonald, John
Uincustor, Girls' 100 yards --Ms v
Uincaster, Hessle Woodman. Girls'
race 12 years—Marion Atchison, Annie I lag ley. Hoys' three-leggbd race
—P. Briggi. and J. Logan, Boys' hop,
step and jump- 11. Kummer, W, K.
Sherlock. Roys' high jump-H. Kummer, WL W. Sherlock.
THE HAM, (JAMES
Due of the most Interesting events
wn-, tiie ball tournament between
Wyclifie, Wardner and Cv (ft brook*
WnnliiLi* drew the bye and the firs.
gam J was called at 8.15 between Wy
cllffe '.nd Cranhrook. In sp'.'*. of th-
ball ium? who nearly yelled their
heads of for Cranbrook ther were
defeated by a score of 17 to S. Cranhrook got moat of its runs in the lust
Innings when the rootlnig go: on the
nerves of the visitors and they lost
control. But finally they recovered
themselves and the game was saved
to the visitors.
In the evening the Wardner team
entered the lists against Wycllffe.bui
they were defeated by a score of
5 to 0. Tlie play was not as one-sided as the score would indicate, as
some very good innings were played
Wardner played under protest and
were a little afraid of the Wycllffe
pitcher and were therefore beat on
the start. Tlte game was cut ofr at
the fifth innings, having reached tin
time limit.
INDIAN POW-WOW
A number of Indian Chiefs from the
reserve gave an interesting exhibition of the native festive dance.
They were all dressed up in tlieir feathers and finery and other native regalia and to the beating of the drum
went through a very interesting performance.
DIHP1,AV OF FIREWORKS
There was a magnificent display of
fireworks in the evening under the
auspice's of the G. W. v. A. A? soon
as It became dark the grounds were
crowded and sky rockets and flares
and many other beauties of the pyrotechnic art wens shot up in the air
and gave out colored lights in many
different shapes. This part of the
amusements of the day was most
thoroughly enjoyed.
The dance in the evening attracted
a big crowd ami brought a grand and
glorious dny to a delightful conclusion,
On account of the splendid receipts from the dance. $147.00, the expenses were kept within the- appropriation and the amount of $94.60 was
handed hack to the city clerk.
Tho city was duly thanked for Its
generous appropriation
Percy Adlard has  returned    from
I overseas.
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NOVA SCOTIA VETERANS
BITTED TOWARDS ALIGNS
New tilasgow, N. s.. July tS.--The
Great War Veterans of Nova Scotia
will never hale any alien enemy as
brother nor enter Into any formal relations or co-operation with any organization which Includes alien enemy or those of alien enemy extraction In its rank*. That point was
mnde clear here yesterday at the provincial convention which developed
marked hostility to affiliation with
the trades and labor councils until
lhe labor unions amend their constitution so as to purge llH-lr ranks of
nil aliens ol  enemy nationality.
The members of Key-City  ijodge
No. 42, 1. O. O. R. had a busy session
at their regular meeting, on Monday
evening, July 14th.   The regular business   was   transacted,  the  third   degree conferred and the following of-
_^^^^^_^^^__^^^^_^^^_   fleers installed for the ensuing term,
A   eiiinpeleiil   housekeeper   wanted the installing officer being Bro. J. I.,
for August.   Mrs. It. E. Howard, Bur-  Palmer, P. G*. D. D. G. M.
well   Avenue. X. u.. Bro. J. H. Whttehonse
■ ■ V. G.. Bro. J  H. Cameron.
The lllg Gun of Saturday's parade'    Recording   Secretary.   Bro    W
was  the   work   of  ihe   city's     public | Harris,
works' department.
The Ladies of St, Mary's Church
mil hold a sale of work on Wednesday    November   tilth.
(jir No. I Alfalfa just in. new hay.
also lots of timothy and prairie hay. I
—Cranhrook Trading Co. j
Mrs. Ray Crisler of San Francisco,
Calif., is In town visiting her Bister,
Mrs. Hun Burton.
Harry Mott went to l^ethbridge last
Sunday and brought back a Chevrolet
for .lames Thomson.
The organ in the Presbyterian
church bus heen repaired and will be
In use next Sunday.
Col. and .Mrs. Davles, who have I
been the Ruesis of Mr. and Mrs. W.
R, Glbbs, since tlieir return, have
moved into their residence on Dewar
avenue.
After tlie business was transacted
a social session was held, ai which
about -ft visiting brothers and sisters
from Pernie were the guests of the
lodge. A very enjoyable evening was
spent by all present. Tho visitors
from Pernie came up by autos and
returned home early oji Tuesday
morning.
Third  Class* Non-Professional
The department of education have
. given out the result of the June examinations tor the high schools of
the province. The result of Cranhrook and Creston high schools follows (if the four scholars who wrote
their junior mutriculatk-n at Cranbrook, three passed and one hns been
given it   upplementat:
Irma I. Ward, 672; Helen C. Worden, 686; I'M I th G, Cummings, 631;
Marion C. MacKinnon, 618; Mary
Mann, 606; John R. Leask, R99; Jennie i. Perkins, ".3fi; Edith E. Lower!-
son 688; Harold B. Haslam. 575; Vlo-
lei SlippBou, 688; Hugh S. Simpson,
622, Margarel E. Seattle, 510; Ella E.
Lawerson, 505.
Junior Matriculation
Those passed were:
John   Noble,  714;    Mary   h.   Santo,
089;   Helen E. Bridges, 685.
Supplemental—Muriel  Baxter,
PRESTOS SUPERIOR SCHOOL
Third Class, Non-ProfeNNionul
Frances E. Line, 706; Alfred E.
Birny. ti?;;. Catherine Moore, 549;
■Sadie 1- Wood, 525; Vivlanne M.
Moore, 510; Orinct Haydon, 504.
THK KIMBERLEY FIRE
IS STILL  n\NU.!;.H*N
A special train was sent out to
Kimberley on Tuesday to briny the
women and children from what looked to be the fated town.- Tlie latest
toBrWth'aehlrt>"!Sd ift7rthat-they|r6p(;rt18 were !° ^ f""1 ,lmt *•!**• "f tuneful    music,    charming
workings at the North    Star    mine  aouggi  comical  stunts and    curious
Lester Clapp and "Shorty" Lamb'
took a ramble up Perry Creek on Sun
day and us long as tlieir "Grey Hats"
lasted they had good luck, but they |
CAHOrs   MINSTRELS COMING
Probably certain people have forgotten that they are minstrel fans because it. is so long since they bud an
opportunity to see a really first class
minstrel aggregation. When tlie
Harvey Gerater Minstrels make their
fin-Shy dress parade over our main
streets, announcing their appearance at the Auditorium, Monday, July
2S, the minstrel microbe will get
them.
The creating of laughter, tlie rend-
New Summer
Dress Materials
PRETTY New SAKI SILKS
in light weights for summer dresses in many new
_L Province. Library Mar JWO   -,„-_
sn..„.„, liiwuu, iiabuagrcen,
Belgium blue and rose,
36 in. wide,   very  special
$1.00 per yard
never caught  a fish
with lo.
They returned
       tbe Sullivan were out of danger, but
I thai  tlie lower  worklngB wore still
CP.lt.  Stmt. Maharg. accompanied! ondangWed  and  that  tho  fire   sur-
by Engineer Brown and some other j-oundlng the town of Klmberley was
officials were held last week making ..,•-, ,inngGro„H.
preliminary arrangement for starting
work  on   the  new  roundhouse,  turntable and water tank.   It is  expected
the former will be big enough to accommodate at least four of the largest type of locomotive.—Creston  Review Sirdar Notes.
were burned.   Tito upper (Workings at | novelties, constitute the purpose ot
Tho Salvation Army held a very
enjoyable picnic In tlie little island
grove on Oranbfopk street about a
mile from Baker --ireet yesterday afternoon. Capt. Brown and Adjutant
Meikle were in charge, There were
races for boys and girls at different
ages under 16 and for different ages
over 16. As the editor of the Herald
was the only fat man there there was
no fat man's race and ye editor got
his prise by default. The children
enjoyed skipping, swinging, ball and
sundry round games. There was a
bountiful supply for the table, of ice
.•renin, cake, sandwiches, etc. It was
indeed a very happy crowd, old fashioned and yet  right up-to-date.
the minstrel.    People want to laugh,
they want to be entertained and thus
their  nervous  systems    are    better
tuned to the times.
With the Harvey Greater Minstrels
_^__^__  '"'o associated some forty people, ull
SERIOUS  FOREST FIBE j constituting the  very cream  of the
„.,.„  »L'Dvrv  negrd minstrel profession, and after
>r..\l(   rr.n-iir.
nil the negro is the natural musician
A serious forest fire started on
Fairy Creek on Wednesday afternoon
burning nearly all tiie standing timber in that valley und. sweeping
around the face of Proctor mountain
was carried by tlie high* wind about
twenty JgUSg up the Bll^ Valley, destroying the Dubois mill aud limits,
the Elk Lumber Co. camps and a'portion of their limits, one of  McCool's
of the human race and during their
engagement here they wlii spring
some more of their pleasing surprises.
DRESS GINGHAMS AND
ZYPHERS in large and
small checks and plaids,
pretty new coloring
at 30c to 65c per yard
McCreery Bros.
Cn-i9H99X'S DDT CMOS ANO ClOTHINC   ST0KS
KII.I.KK'S IHW AJiD PONT  SHOW
I he iv.'.-iiyiorinu.-. lield their annual
picnic at the l«laml about two tulles
out Cranbrook stroet yesterday after*
noon. There was a fine crowd of Itap- '
py people at It. yottng and old. The
day was just the right kind for an
outing and tho grounds were in good
l   ■ for tin- rtices.   There waB
Itttte a long list of races suitable for
all ages aud conditions and types ofj
boys and girls and men an.lwomen
and these were run off very satisfactorily by Uev. It. K. Pow, with the as-  ,
slstanee of the twa Jimmies. Logan
and   Macdonald.    All  the  parapher-     Se-'  "Tne Sign  Invisible" at  the
Ha that goes with a well organljodl Rex  Theatre on   Friday  and Satur-
plcnlc w-ns fn constant operation.  Iceinft*'-
cream and candles wore also In great. 	
demand and  were supplied In  profit-!        ( It .VHItlHtk CHAUTAUQUA
slon.   The tables were well supplied j 	
wllh eats, nml altogether everybody . August 11—Jtl, lllld. Keep the date*
enjoyed themselves beyond coninar-. before -nil. .A bli'ltcr antl better pro.
Ison. | gramme than ever before offered.
Bttller's Ong and Poor Show'Is at
least equal to its advertising an*
nonncements. The military drill of
post camps, and about one hundred the ponies ls a feature that strikes
cars of posts, and several other, -he audience right where they live,
smaller post outfitB. Por a tlmo It Tl,e ""le animals seem to be proud
was thought that tho town of Hos-Iof tl10 •*•'-• that they were born and
mer was ln danger and several small trained on British soil. They are al-
ranchers were reported to be burned ( m08t human In their Intelligence,
ont. but this provod to be untrue.        I T1|B llue° 8° -■"--■-rt> louse, very clever
The loss In limber is very heavy, j a"tlcs' llie ""e -•>*■• wtllk° u,e slack
particularly is this the case in re-j wire ''"'"H llls W"'B lllle -"> <--tP<irt
gard to the Blk Lumber Co. their' The acrobatic and Juggling work is
entire summer cut being destroyed of » *"'? high order. Some clever
and two camps. balancing Is also done.   The clowns
Tlte origin of the fire is unknown, 1™" nl'r "ome •UI"1-' »,Hnl8 "•-•- *"e
but Ib attributed to a bunch of boys] especially entertaining for the Juven-
who were spending the day up ou lles- Altogether Ste show is highly
Fairy Creek. The entire loss may bt entertaining and scrupulously clean
laid at the door of the B.C. govern- throughout,
ment, who do not employ enough pat-
i 5= es aftijea ssr %
PRESBYTERIAN
Church
Rev. Hugh McKay Lyon, Minister.
Hi XD\Y NEXT
11 a m   "Wurt to do with our rights."
12 noon Sabbath School
7.30 p. m. 'Limitations and Co-operation'
rol men to take care of the district.
A few men could easily have taken
care of this fire when it whs first
noticed, but the fire rangers were
j mile*; away and nothing was done
j until it was ton late.—Fern'o Free
1 Press.
AMERICAN CONSULAR SKRTK't:
The American Consul at Fernle
gives notice that beginning August
lst. 1919. the following fees will be
charged for the certification of consular Invoices: On ordinary invoices
$2.00 in Canadian currency; on invoices of returned American goods, $1.04.
This action ts taken becnuse ot
the difference In exchange. The
Consul states that for some time he
-ins heen losing considerable sums
lit*.'imsi- of the fart that Consul fees
ure paid him In Canadian currency
while he must account to the American Oovernment in TTnited States
currency.
GUARD AGAINST FIRE.
TiimsAM>s of RKTCRNKD
MEN TO TAKE IT UND
Ottawa. July is.—or 878*444 mora*
1-f-rs of the t'linndlan unity who completed di'inoliil./iiUon iiueatlonnlres
Issued by the re-e«labliHhment department., X7.771 desire to make agriculture or stock raising their future vocation. Of the number 72,218
were previously engaged In those
pursuits. There Is. however, a net
■gain of iR.t»R:i recrulta for agriculture. While 4,716 men previously
employed on thc land have expressed
a wish on demobilization to enter
new occupations. 20,269 Intend tn desert other callings to become farmers
Of the men who wish to abandon
forming, 3,400 have expressed a desire to enter tlie professional and
gpuenil group of callings, 350 the
mechanical trades, and 1.5110 occupations classed as domestic and personal service. The total accessions
to the professional nnd genoral occupations number 20,409, nnd the desertions from those occupations number
12,708.
The questlnnalres Indicate that one
out of every five soldiers desires to
change his occupation upon his re
turn to tMltaa Uto.
j«leti)olit0t Ctjurclj
Rev. R W. Lee, pastor
SUNDAY NEXT
11 am. Union Service
In RapiiRt Church,
12 noon Sabbath School
7.30 p.m. Union Service.
In Mehortlsi Church.
Rev. U. W. l-ec Will Conduct   Both Services
One Reason Why.
To Fishermen-
Come in and Look at our
PRIZE  ROD
GIVEN for the BIGGEST TROUT
caught by our Fishing Tackle.
CRANBROOK DRUC & BOOK CO'Y
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lu; Pktn li.
M(hl nttt M 1-a.OE pour
'THURSDAY,   JULT Mill, ISIS
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Cranbrook  Herald
Published Every Thursday by
THK  CIIANBROOK   HKRATJ),   UMITED
W. A. MYERS,     :      ;      :      :      :       Managing Editor
Advertising  Bates ud  application.   (liimu-cs for Advertising MUST be in
this    office    Wednesday    noon    thciurr-i.t   week   to   secure   attention.
CRANBROOK, BRITISH COLUMBIA       THURSDAY,    JULY 24th, 1919
PUBLIC OPINION  .HIST lONTKOI.
THK  LAWLESS KU.MKNT
The lawless element seems hard to
control, not only in Cranbrook and
ather western cities, but in the extreme east of the continent us well..
In a leading editorial in a recent j
issue of the St. John's (Newfoundland) Dally News wo find the follow-1
ing: "Public opinion ls utrongly manifesting Itself In the belief that in all
cases where magistrates and police
authorities have reasonable grounds
for investigating mutters Ihey assume
to bo contrary to law, no handicap
should be placed iii their way. A fair I
and full latitude for defence Is ever!
allowed by the Courts tt) those accus-j
ed of nny wrongdoing, no mutter how
grave tlie (-rime, and It is not an uncommon occurrence for mercy to be
granted to culprits. But iu order Lo
protect society, the authorities charged with the enforcement of the law
are bound not to disregard their duties, otherwise life would be intolerable on the face of the eartii. The
home of the most humble and purest
in tho land Is as secred iiii the homes
of us all, but if the principle he once
tolerated thut no guardian of the law
has a right to apprehend a burglar,
say, who crosses the door step of n
dwelling, then we shall revert to the
status of & wild and lawless community at a vory rapid puce. No self-re-
ejpecting people will stond, however,
for autocratic domineering, star
chamber police methods, but tl.ey will
solidly unite to uphold the principle
that where reasonable suspicions of
infractions of the law arc apparent,
free scope must he given for a clear
enquiry. This is one of tlie cardinal
principles of the free nations of tho
world, and all supporters of a violation thereof are unworthy of the
name of free men. Tlie fabric of law
and order which defends ns ull from
violence and tyranny hus been built
up aud strengthened ns civilization
has advanced, so we may feol certain
that the present generations of the
civilized world, possessing a degree
of enlightenment nol less than their
ancestors, will not permit it to be
undermined."
INDUSTRIAL CONGRESS
TO HKET. IN lALliAKY
Details of plans, program and attendant features of the Canadian Industrial Congress, to be held at Calgary on August 13 and 14 and to include a tour of the province by apec-
ial train, have now been completely
worked out nnd congress headquarters, located in the Palllser Hotel,
Calgary, announces that, reservations
are being made for tlie special train
tour, for the congress sessions,which
are to be held In the Grand Theatre,
Calgary, and for hotel accommodation.
The special train, it is announced,
will leave Medicine Hat on the morning of August 12, will run then to
Lethbrldge, from that city to Calgary,
will be held here for two days during the congress sessions, then will
run to Edmonton and from the capital city will move to Banff, arriving
in the Rockies on Sunday morning,
August 17.
The theatre sessions will open in
the morning at 10 o'clock on Wednesday, August 13 and will continue until 6 o'clock that ovening, with intermission of 2% hours for luncheon,
and on the following day, Thursday,
will open at the same hour. There
will be no evening sessions at the
theatre, that portion of the dny being
utilized with entertainment and motoring. Tho program is perhaps the
most impressive ever gotten together
at one Industrial gathering on the
continent, Including among others,
Sir Robert Borden, K. W. Beatty, I).
B. Hanna, Henry Ford. A, It. KrKltlne.
Finley P. Mount and many other industrial leaders of continental and
world fame.
Congress headquurters asks that
all who desire reservation on either
the special train, the congress sessions at Culgary or for hotel accommodation write or wire to John M.
McGreevy. Congress Manuger, Palllser Hotel, Calgary. Cannda, as uarly
us possible.
MI'ROKKKIt DROPS UK Alt
IN POLICE COURT
Colllngwood, Ont.. July 17.—Under
especially peculiar circumstances o
double tragedy was enacted here yes
terday.tlt began on the farm of Amos
Sherrlck, on the outskirts of the
town early this morning, when Slier
rick shot and killed a young man by
the name of John Mooney, whom Ik
found fn his pig sty. It ended by tin
sudden death of Sherrlck In the police court, when standing before Police Magistrate Hogg, preparing to
listen to the formal charge of murder which had been laid against him
by the police. Sherrfck was In his
66th year and had been a resident of
Nottawasaga township for many
years. The report of the death of
Mooney undoubtedly caused his death
t. ff, MAU-A-UORE'S LINO
DAMAGED 11V ICEBERG
Mr t. \v. Hallamore oas sen* in *i
copy •»! the St. John's (Newfoundland)
Dt-.lj New-; containing an accout.1 oi
! <■ accident to the Grampian when it
[•r.ui. an Iceberg. The News suy..:
Willi lier hows stove in, r.a tho to-
iult ol collision with an immonse l'e-
berg rear Cape Race, the Canadian
Pacific ocean steamer Grampian,
Capt. J. Turnbiill. ('. B. !•*.., it. !>.. R.
N, It., readied Port at 6.16 on the
morning of the 10th of July. She left
Montreal on Sunday, July titli. at 10
u. in. hound lo Liverpool with 700
flrsl and second class passengers on
board umi had nn uneventful trip
town tlie St. Lawrence. Favorable
weather was met with till Cape Race
was mado Wednesday morning, when
dense tog wus run into. During the
forenoon there were brief intervals
of clearing, allowing the ship to .proceed at moderate speed, but early in
tho afternoon it agaiu became dense
und siieed hnd to be reduced to a minimum, as although none had been
.-.[Killed, icebergs were known to be
in tlie vicinity. A sharp lookout was
Kept but everything went along very
smoothly till shortly before li o'clock
ii monster berg loomed up dead ahead
Tu attempt to get around ll would
likely, owing to its length, result in
striking It broadside, so that the side
would be ripped out of the ship, und
the only thing to do was to i-trike it
head on. ('apt. Titrnbull, who was
on (he bridge, at once realized this,
and quickly ordered the engines re-,
bul the siilp could not be stopped in
iho short distance and she carried
forward, striking the berg with terrific force, fortunately the mountain
of ice was so formed that part of It
intended over the water, and though
ihis cut into tiie bows some 30 feet,
uo d.iiuiigc was done below the water
line. The forecastle deck wus demolished, the stem flattened in aud the
sleeping quarters of the stewnrds and
remen almost completely wrecked.
Some VI men were in* tlie forecastle
at lhe time und those not asleep hurried out of danger as soon us the
crash came after shouting to tlieir
shipmates, Four, however, failed to
escape, and of these two were crushed lu deuth. Thomas Dax, aged 58.
.night watchman, who waB lu the flre-
juun'i. quarters, and George Mander-
son, aged 54, assistant steward, who
was In the stewards'. Both are natives of Liverpool, where their families reside. Martin Tobln, a steward
also of Liverpool, and David Cormis-
liuy, a fireman, were caught In the
wreckage, the former having his left
arm pinned beneath a plate, aud the
latter being caught by the legs. After an hour of hard work both were
liberated and are now in the hospital.
The dead were imprisoned by tlte
plates buckling in behind them, leaving no chance whatever for escape.
Geo. Snow, blacksmith of this city,
was called on board tho ship shortly
nfter her arrival and by tbe use of an
electric welder, managed to release
the bodies.
When the collision occurred most
of the passengers were on deck or lu
the reading, smoking or music rooms,
nnd many were thrown off their feet.
All hastened on deck, but there was
no evidence of panic, the orders of the
officers and stewards to keep to their
places being strlctlyobeyed. As quickly ns iK)ssibie Capt. Turnbull had an
examination of tiie damage made and
word was soon passed that the ship
wns intact below the waterline This
news was receivod witli delight and
the usual routine wns quickly resumed on board. Slowly tlie ship bucked
away Trom tlie berg and headed for
port at slow speed, as the fog still
prevailed. During the night the wea-
ihu* was stormy, but as the ship wns
making no water, there was no hurry
lo teach port and she waited for daylight, steaming in shortly af-e
o'clock.
Wireless culls were sent out as 30011
as the Grampian struck the Icubrrg,
.\iid tho Minncdohu, the Corsican and
about a dozen other ships, were pick
ed up but qui.'lcy informed nj assist
unco wus nee-'td. At 11 a. m 1
(hankigtvlng service wus held In tho
saloon l.y Rev. Mr. Scott, one of tin*
passougors, and practically all who
hud not gone ashore or were on duty,
attended,
The Grampian is a ship of 11,000
tons gross. She Is 485 feet long, CO
feet wide and 38feet deep. Captain
Turnbull, who is In command, has a
splendid wur record and Is one of the
host known it. N. R. men In the service.
Tho Empress of Britain, will call
for the Grampian's passengers and
carry tlicra across to England.
PROTECTION FOR
YOUR VALUABLES
How much would you lose—ii your bonds, deeds,
jewelry and other valuables were destroyed by
accident, lire or stolen ?
To keep such assets in unprotected places is to risk
total loss. Rent a Safety Deposit Box and obtain
assured safety. .jo,
IMPERIAL BANK
pursued by the most dangerous spy
in England—the secret workings of
thu Hidden Hand in their countless
ramifications—are set forth in tbis
splendid story with ull Col. Buchan's
masterly art, and are interwoven
with a love romance at once tender
and spirited. Our old friends BlenIt-
iron and Peter Pienaar are literally
to the front once more, and tbe latter
is the Mr. Standfast of tbe title. If
you want to be pulsated with thrillers, read it. Published by Hodder &
Stoughton Limited, Toronto, Ont.
Cranbrook Branch,
OF CANADA
B. E. Howard, Manager.
Sub-A|cner »t Kirabertey.
vestigatitju hotting and living oondl- THK PltlM'K OF WALKS
tions ol' the Industrial population of TO VISIT TIIK K00TKNAY8
the country and provide for research  ,
nnd experimentation, to make econ-t Loillljm> Ju|y ,s._Thll iPHnm of
omically practicable the elimination | W|a|0S( wheil he g0fla |(1 Canadlli wiU
t slums, tlie improvement or living) be away from England for about two
and n half mouths.    He will  cross
conditions, the roduction of the construction cosi of dwellings and the
financing of extended homo building
operations with federal appropriation
It would furthermore assist communities In malting available ull existing
bousing facilities and serve as a clear
ing house of Information on housing
und living conditions.
WHAT WAS TIIK REASON!
"Dad" Simpson, of tho Kamloops
Standard-Sentinel, wants to know
why ut a thoroughly advertised meeting fn Kumloops "the attendance was
so very poor, when Dr. J. H. King,
minister of public works, and one of
the best members of the provincial
cabinet, was present, with F. A. Anderson, representative of the district
The attendance, in fact, was pitiful
In the extreme as there were only
fourteen or fifteen people present and
the hlg subject in this district of the
condition of the roads. Why this
should have been so is beyond the
comprehension of the average man of
Kamloops. it was not expected to
be a political meeting and why there
should not have been a large crowd
preseni Is a problem not easily silv-
od. When the minister of the government and the homo member are
advertised to meet on tbe sains platform to discuss an important question and there is such a slim attend- j
ance. there must he something wrong
Tlie people are either tired or dls-1
gusted with tiie situation and have
grown weary of promises not kept.
Neither Dr. King nor Mr. Anderson
made any direct statements as to
whnl would be done and the people
of tlte Kamloops district have ceased
to be Interested in general talk on
roud improvement and are anxious to
see active operations in force. "
We can tell "Dad" the reason why,
right off the bat. "Tbey have been
weighed in tlte balances and have
been found wanting." The people
are just waiting for an opportunity
to give the Oliver government its
walking ticket.
.('ALLS ITON FKDEBA1
, r.OVKRNllK3tT TO RESIGN
1 ,
Vancouver, July 10.—Calling upon
the federal government to resign a
muss meeting of citizens held on the
Camble street grounds on Wednesday
evening unanimously passed a resolution to this effect, after hearing nil-
drcsses on tho high cost ot living.
In this resolution reference wns
made to the failure of the government
to conscript wealth; failure to punish
lho members of firms and corpora*
tions who huve shown excess profits
or watered stocks; Ignoring by the
government ot tho abuse of the cold
storage facilities and failure of the
t'anndn   leisurely   from   the   Atlantic
to tiio Pacific, going to the const by
way or Culgary nnd the main lino of
the ft Pi lt. and making tito return
trip through B. C. by the Crows Nest! federal authorities to bring about a
line.   Ho will therefore pass through I remedy to reduce tho high cOBt   of
Cranbrook, making a short stay.   He   living.
will make a short visit to the United      Tlie resolution also declares   that
States before returning to England.    ; the committee appointed by tbe gov-
 j ornment did not  say    whether    the
MK. MTANDFAST—REVIEW j Pflco of grain as fixed by the govern-
OP A WONHKKFIl, BOOK' ment was fair or unfair.
"Mr. Standfast." by John Buchan,
author of "Greenmantle," etc., Is an
enthralling present-day romance. In
it, Dick Hannay, the hero or "Green-
mantle" and "The Thirty-Nine Steps"
makes a welcome re-appearance. Tho
magic names of those brilliant novels
will kindle enthusiasm in all who
have rend them to renew acquaintance with Uiis daring adventurer.
They will not be disappointed when
they do so. The extraordinary, yet
not incredible, enterprlses-tlie breath
less escapes and dazzling audacities,
through which Hannay pursues or is
TIMBER SALE X 171(1
Sealed tenders will be received by
the Minister of Lands not later than
noon on the 30th day of August, 1919,
for the purchase of Licence X 1710,
to cut GOOO cords of Cedar Posts, *>0,-
100 cords of Mining props, and 7000
cords of cordwood, on on area situated on Meadow Creek, Kootenay District. Three years will be allowed for
removal of timber. Further particulars of the Chief Forostor, Victoria,
B.C., or District Forester, Cranbrook,
B. C. * 27-81
CANADIAN
Pacific
CHANGE IN
Train Service
Effective June lst, 1919.   There will be a general change ln train
service.   Times for trains at Cranbrook will be:
No. 07
Daily
23.00
Lv   Medicine Hat   Ar
No. ti8
Daily
6.15
22.30
Lv   Calgary   Ar
7.50
3.45
9.39
12.10
12.20
Lv   Lethbrldge   Ar
Lv   Fernie   Ar
Ar   Cranbrook   Lv
Lv   Crnnbrook   Ar
15.15 Ar   Kingsgate   Lv
15.55 Ar   kootenay Landing   Lv
For further particulars apply to any ticket agent.
J. E. PROCTOR', District Passenger Agent, Calgary.
2.00
18.«
10.15
10.0.'.
13.40
1L80
STItlbi:  LEA-DEBS ARE ON
TRIAL IN WINNIPEG
Winnipeg, July 21.—Before Magistrate Sir Hugh John Mocdonald, the
preliminary hearing' of the twelve
strike leaders arrested during the recent sympathy strike began at noon
today. An array of counsel "unequalled In many years in any court In
Winnipeg was present. Labor had
four lawyers present to watch their
interests and the prosecuting lawyer
wus assisted by half a dozen attorneys. It will cost a heap of money
before it will be finished. Stacks of
documents were brought Into the
courtroom, seized fn recent raids on
labor temples In the west and In the
private homes of leaders.
There is a distinguished array of
prisoners: Two Winnipeg aldermen,
two clergymen, a member of the Manitoba legislature and other well
known labor men.
m*
P*(i yi
KI.IMIN.m: THK SLUMS
' 11'III.V NEEDED REFORM
Washington—Representatives Tlnk
liam, of Massachusetts, announced today ho would introduce betoro con
Kress a bill creating In the department of lubor a bureau ot housing
umi living conditions. The bill would
.charge the proposed bureau wltll ln-
CANADA
OFFER*
wifc
\5*&J&$4&>
TfOR every War Savings Stamp which you can
^ 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 $4.00 War Savings Stamp.
C Should circumstances compel you to realize on
your investment, your money with accumulated
interest is always available.
NATIONAL  WAB BAVINflg  COMMimCI
tllrlll-h Calu-nbU Mvl.lon)
Von.ouw, B. C.
Bvy Thmft Stamps
li
The riant Which Is Re vol nt Ionizing
the Tire Repair Industry.
With this plant we can rebuild and
retread either In ribbed or plain your
old casings no matter how badly worn
so long as the walls are good, so tbey
wilt give you from 3001) to B000 more
miles, at a cost of $10.00 for plain and
$12.00 for ribbed retreading, for size
30x3 1-2. Send for price list for larger sizes. Wo use more tread rubber
ln our work than Is used on new tires.
Ordors left with H. R. Hlnton, Cranbrook, will receive prompt attention,
or ship direct. Wo pay express
charges one way.
W. M. BUSH,  Plnelier   Creek, Alto*
Vulcanlier and Auto Painter.
LETHBRIDCEMIIY HERAIO
WILL KEEP YOU POSTED ON NEWS, PROGRESS
DEVELOPMENT OF THE TOWNS AND
COMMUNITIES ALONG TIIE
CR0W5 NEST PASS
TO BRITISH COLUMBIA RESIDENTS--
Three Months for One Dollar
Six Months (or Two Dollars
Fifteen Months for Five dollars
Mall this coupon with   money to Lethbrldge Herald.
LETIIBRIDGE HERALD, Lethbrldge, B. C.
Enclosed find % (or which send the Lethbrldge Dally
Herald lor   months.
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Your Next
Phonograph
Will be a
BrunswicK
Find out WHY
Can to-day
Raworth Bros.
femelers * Opticians
NVxt. lo lho Postoff.ee.
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meets In tht
Pariah    Hall
tint   Tuesday
afternoon   of
every . month
ut 3 p.m.
Pros, Mra. D.
Campbell, box
687
Secy. Mrs. J. w. Burton, P. O. Boi 621.
All ladles cordially Invited
LAIRLAW H DEWOLF
Civil aad Minim Engineers
B. G. Land Suriejora
CRANBROOK, B. C.
Hr.s. Greeu & MacKinnon
Physicians and Nurgeons
Office; at residence, Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICII. HOWLS
Forenoons   9,011 10 10.00
Afternoons   2.0111(1   100
■Cvenlngs 7.110 tn   8.80
Sundays   B.S0 lo   U0
I'RANRItOOK, B.C.
Jameson's
BAKING   POWDER
Feather Light
JAMESON'S
JAVA AND   MOCHA
COFFEE
JAMESON'S
TEA
JAMESON'S
EXTRACTS
The nsers  are  tke  Con-
nolseurs.
I. O.O. p.
KEV CITV LODGE, No, 48
jf\A\~h i_ -*■""■"  every
rAKtTt r\ Monday night
Wr-K?W at Fraternity
Hall. Sojourning oddfellows
cordially Invited.
W. M. Harris w. [). (lllrny
Secy. N. O.
EDM0ND80N.S DANCE 0RCBT8TBA
Sow Open for Engagements.    Oae to
Four Pieces
The Music with the PEP.    For Terms
Apply
jfHs. Ei)*roxi)sojr
or phoae Sill Craatouk, B. C.
PRICES MARKED
In every Coeur d'Alene bedroom Ib a framed card on
which Is printed the rates of
the room.    In other -words
the   coeur d'Alene   Hotel
marks their Belling prices
In plain figures.   The patron knows what his bill will
be; he knows that he Is not
being overcharged  through
a misunderstand—his or the
clerk'B—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 be standard practice
in tbe best hotels.
That framed card Is a small
detail,   but   lt   Illustrates   tbe
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 natron whatever
kind or price of room he occupies.
THK
COEUR D'ALENE
THE HOTEL WITH A
PERSONALITY
Spokane, Washington
Tke
ORIGINAL
•id
oalj
GENUINE
tteware
ol
Imllatlitat
Hold -
on the
Merita
of
MINAKD'H
LINIMENT
GET THAT OLD HOUSE
FIXED DP BEFORE IT FALLS
DOWN OR flITE US A CONTRACT TO BItltD TOC A
NEW ONE
Clarke & Sainsbury
Phaae 31 •> 171     FAIulH
Dll. F. D. MILES
DENTIST
Olllce In Hanson Block
OFFICE HOURS
9 to 12. a.m.
1 to   5 p.m.
CRANItROOK, B.C.
CRANBROOK   I'OTTAflE
HOSPITAL
Prlrnle Nursing Home
Licensed by Provincial   Oovt.
Maternity and General Nursing
Maaaage and Rest Cure, Highest
References, terms moderate.
Apply Mrs. A. Crawlord, Matron
Plione 269 P. o. Boi 846
Address, Garden Ave. Cranbrook
THE HOME HAKE III
Robt. Frame, pr»p.
i'rtmi lireml, (lak-.s. ri*.«
mul Pastry
Phone 37
Norbury Ave.      Opp city Hall
MONUMENTS
. Kootenay Granite A; Monumental Co., Lid.
General Stone Contractors nnd
Monumental Works
Front SU Nelson   P. 0. box HsV,
POR PAINTING AND
PAFERHANfllNfl, ETC
—Phone—
JOHN GARD
PHONE NO. '(ID,
CBANRROOK . B. C.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Craakroot, H. C.
*Mta every Tueaday at» p.m In
tba Fraternity Hall
C (1. Borgstrom, C. c.
C. H. Collins. K. R. & 8.
Vliltlng brethren cordially Invited to attend.
I       CHAS. H. PARKER
Forwarding and  Distributing
MkMlf• aad GraeaUU Coal
laperlal OH Co.
Dlatrbutlon Can a Specialty.
in-ayln-; and Traunferrlni.
Olven prompt attention
Phone IS
The Shoe Spenlallat
.101: MARAPODI
SalMactien Haaraate-H
-veadquartera for all Hinds of
Repalra
F. M. MACPHERSON
Undertaker
Phone Dili
Norhurj Ave, nr«l to Clly Hall
Montana Restaurant
Heals al AH Hours
Clears, Cigarettes and Candy
CRANBROOK HTHKKT.
Opposite tbe Bank ot Commerce
If vou want aatlsfactlon
with vour waablnv
aend tt to
MONTANA LAUNDRY
Roeclal nricea for famllv
work
aMdidne/or oil I-i-msle Qomplnltit. j.. 11 lin*.
or three for |l(l, 111 drug -tor... Mnileil to nnv
aadreMon receipt of prk-e. Tin: Hcnani.t> Until.
Co., at. CtuhariMtt, Ontario.
PH0SPHONOL FOR MHJS^;:::
Mjgggjjjija m up. 13e fint'or two for THURSDAY,   JULY -U.lv ISIS
THE CRANBROOK HBHUI.D
Pai'iE TEHj-T.
AN IDEAL
COMBINATION
In these duyj wliere
efficient action ls so
necessary time savers
are ta great demand.
The average man uses
pen und pencil many
times eacn tiny and
finds
A FOUNTAIN PEN  &
MAGAZINE PUNCH,
a wonderful help and a
source of convenience,
speed and satisfaction.
Waterman Fountain
Pens,
Evcrsliarp pencils
•GUIs Men Appreciate'
W.H.Wilson,
Jeweler
ai»lf, Wt Canada bAa shown that li la io Empress, 34 miles; from CqmuI,
able to mine au milimitwi ynbunl ol Bask.. t<> Asslnlbola, ■■" ml lea; from
money wliwi she makes up her mhid Uantgan,  Sank, to ('urrot  Hlver, 60
to go after it.   By aU means lei tlie inlloa;   from  Rymark.  Bask, to Ar-
Insnre with Healu & Elweli.
Smoke rrom the .surrounding forest
fires hands almost like a fog over the
district Tlie mm as seen through the
smo.; ■ appears more like a ball of
Greet /ire than the great orb nf light,
! so [! a Killing In Us brilliancy that the
naked eye can scarce look upon It.
For  Sale—Dry  wood,  C.  Godderls,   The penetrating rays of the sun are
province   proceed  at  once  to   put  in chive
the necessary works to make tin* St. ilu-si*
Marys  Prairie one of the best agrl- ately
cultural ureas in British Columbia.
.Ml mile:
lit
('oiiHtructlon on all
commeuce   inmiedi-
Kllby frames pictures.   Phone !>.
Carl Olll and Gordon Walllnger returned last week from overseas.
P. O. Box 004. Crnnbrook.
-7-ti   easily blunted after all.
We Are Moving
And Stock is
slightly disarranged, come
in though &
We will attend to your
wants.
F. PARKS & CO.
Hardware & Mill Supplies
Cranbrook,    •    B. C.
JONES & DORIS
CONTRACTORS &
BUILDERS
PHONE
US"   or   101
Khen in Cranbrook
The Place To Eal
is al
Alex Hurry's
Tables  in Connection
ll irry's White Lunch
1*1, ANS, SPECIFICATIONS,
KSTIMAWS   ANU
MITKHISTKXnAM'K
Rr model I Ing and llepah*. a
Mperlulty.
4.   p.   HirmitoiT
(ItAMUtOOk ;
\ hoi Kits' imsititti: I
Itegnlsr Meeting 1
K.COM)  SATURDAY  of eaeh j
indDthol i ML In Hie Clly Hsll |
ritlDK 0? TIIK  WEST
KMTTt.ll mums
HrMlsM'ol.inilila.JMf
Hit) nl Home
M.rkli),    Smith,    lllalr  tt   O
YniH'utncr, IU'.
Mr. and Mrs. AI. McLeod, of Cranhrook. wero motor visitors at Erick-
Bon, visiting friends.
Don't forget the Women's lisiltnte
Flowor Show and Exhibition nt the
Parish Hall on Tliursduy, Aug. 88,
1)1 I'M) In SI. Eugene KOBpltal,
Cranhrook. on July 15, .l-»)ni Patrlok
Parrel 1, of Moyle, aged 58 years.
\Viiiited-l.;u..ui'l Lined Uefrli-rm ir
t'-'rond hand, im.s' be in good comli
inn.   Phono tne ile-i'ld Office.      2V.r.
IS   M1MOKIVM
In loving memory of
ALEXANDER CARR
Late of Cranbrook. B. C, who died at
Calgary. Alberta, July 16. litis.
To memory dear
Inserted  hy  his wife antl family
Mr. aud Mra, P. M. MacPherson and
family left on Tuesday morning on u
motor trip to Glacier Park. Mont.
WANTED TO RENT—Two furnished rooma; reasonable price. Apply
Herald office.
The hoys will soon be all back rrom
the front—except those who will remain Until the last call to action is
; Bounded on the resurrection day.
Fifty second hand sewing machines
In good running order, most of them
drop heads, lor sale cheap at the
Singer store, -phone 157. 2-mly
Miss Ethel Luttrell leaves Vancouver on July 26th for Cranhrook and
will resume her music classes upon
her return.
Mr. and Mrs. \V. Furrier, of Kenora, Ont., who have been visiting Mr.
and Mrs. W.F. Camoron,loft for Vancouver on Monday.
LOST—-Hold watch with gnn metal
fob, on Saturday Inst. .Suitable re-
ward will he given for Its return to
the Herald office, «0-tf
There isn't much left now or the
old Royal hotel, except the Veterans'
parlors. Part of it hns been moved
to Doric avenue and the rest has been
torn down.
FOR SALE—Holstcln cow. .PA
years old, just freshing, good milker,
cheap Tor cash. H. Sainsbury. Crnnbrook, B. C. 29-2t
The Board of Trade is getting out
a neat booklet advertising Cranbrook
and Dlstrlcl. The distribution of this
booklet'will do a powerful lot of good
It is one of tlie practical kind.
,los. Chase has resigned ills position as superintendent at Mile 42.
wiih the Crows Nest Pass Lumber
Co.. and will reside In Cranhrook for
the present.
Primary and Kindergarten
sehooi: Principal. Miss Hum-
say. Burwell avenue. Kor par
tlCUlarS phone 357. 2m.
Kamloops Sentinel: P, DeVere
Hani, who hns just returned from
overseas, was in town visiting former
Cranbrook friends. Mr. Hunt was u
resident of Cranbrook for many years
and nltlerman for several years and
mayor for one year, lie lias rone to
the coasl and Ib looking for a location for buslnesB,
Kaslo KoolmiMim: The Rev. F. V
Harrison nnd Mrs. Harrison, accompanied hy their trio of three fine
hoys, arrived here on Mo-iday evening from Cranhrook. Mr. Harrison -
has two weeks' vacation ttt soend
hero and Mrs. Harrison and the children will stay longer, They are glad
in get to Kaslo ajgain, as Cranhrook,
the' metropolis o£ East Kootenay, is
rather a warm plnee in the summer
time.
Cranbrook is destined to bdeome a
great city. It now has an area almost as hig as Metropolitan London.
It is bounded only by the horizon, yet
a proposition Is on foot to increase
Its area. One ot the strange auom-
alies or this western country Is its
tendency io spread out. This is an
Important factor in the high cost of
living. Qranbrook's great need is to
fill -in—tear down the ramshackles
and build up modern  places of busi-
APPRECIATION
ffATBII NOTIflK
Diversion and bsc
Take Notice thai w. v.. WltUttom,
wltOte address Is Crunbrook, will apply for u licence lo lake and use TM
minors inches of water out of Ntgffor
creel, which flows soul hern ly and
drain Into Lake <T<>"k about a bal!
t.i.ie iroin Its junction with Ihe MoylQ
lllver Tho water will bB diverted
fmm lite stnmiu at a point about flvc-
Olgbtl - of a mile from I lie Junction ot
Niggt i und Lake Creeks and will he
used for Placer mining purpose upon
the claims described as "Mabel* group.
This noliee was posted on thc ground
on tin 23rd dny of June, 1S19. A copy
nf this notice and an application pursuant thereto and* to the "Water Act,
1014" will-be filed in the office or the
Wate." Recorder at Cranbrook Ob-
jectln s tn the application may be
filed with Ihe said Water Recorder
or with the Comptroller of Water
Right-*, Parliament Buildings. Victoria. B.C., within fifty days nfter the
first iippearance of this notice in a
local newspaper,
W. E. Widstrom. applicant.
Thc date of the first publication of
this notice is Thnrsdday, July 3rd,
1919.
Ib your subscription paid to the
Hera! I? If not, now la a good tine
to pay It.
E. S. Hnme. who recently went to
tho const with his family to enjoy a
holiday, wae stricken with appendicitis and ts now in the hospital. He
did not undergo tin operation and Is
now Improving,
This hot weather Is hard on lhe fat
men. U thev could wear peek-a-boo
waists and poroUB-kntfc trousers they
might be able lo worry through. Bul;
n change is coming and ihey will not
novo io stew In their own juice much'
longer
Piano antl Theory lessons by,
arrangement. Phone 404 or box
428- Mrs. Van Rraam, 237 Burwell Avenue. 46-tf.
The bodies or n number Of Crnn-
bwnk Hiilillers lie In Flanders ffclds.
where  the   popples  urow,  hut     their
imory is cherished In the little plot
of ground on Armstrong avenue, near
to lhe city ball, where the pension
grow
Lieul. w. P Patn-rsoii. former!} |
accountant lu the ltni-erlat Bank here!
and who enlisted In thi aviation
corps, relumed last Thiiradny. Hej
will resume a position with the Rank
Iini lie does not know yet where he I
will be placed. He is a son-in-law of
Mayor Cameron.
Nolson was nbont the only place in
the Kootenays thot did nnt c?lebrnte|
on Peace Hay. ('ranbrook has been
in the habit of worshipping Nelaon,
but this astounding lapse of patriot-1
ism has shaken our faith in thai city.:
Nelsonia with us will now be a thing
ot the past.
Fancy and Ball-room Dane-;
Ing  taught,   For  particulars
phone 404 or bo* 428.— Mrs.i
Van Braam. 46-tf
Halt a thousarid men have been
busy for a week fighting forest fires
around Klmberley and the Sullivan
and North Stnr mines. Great damage
to property was threatened, both at
the mine and thc town of Klmberley.
However nothing but tbe forests have |
yl become a prey to the fftamM.
The stream ot tourists coutlnues to
| pour In aud out of Cranbrook. They
seem to come from the ends of the
earth. A transcontinental trip has
no terrors, in fnot the longer the trip
with the more zest it is undertaken.
The other d*iy a party with apparently all their belongings passed thru
from Oregon on their way to Eestern
Saskatchewan. A society woman.you
know, must have about 22 trunks,
boxes, eit-.. to carry her wardrobe in,
and a gentleman cannot make an egg
basket out of his silk dress hat. un-
t less he is a magician.
I Lleut.-Col. Carey, officer in com
mand or the 54th Battalion, nt a ban-
I intet recently given in honor of the
! Western Scqts, in Victoria, who enlisted in lhe tiTfcli as a lieutenant and
' won hit* way by mere fighting ability
I to the command of the Mth. ntated
] that the men of the 54th did magni-
! flcenl work He referred in an atnus
I ing manner to the characteristics of
1 some of the boyis who had heen with
! him ami to the many varied excuses
1 made by them when up for "orderly
| room." He also referred to the good
i feeling which existed between iilm
and his men.
.1. IL Mclirlile has opened an
office »t So. IftA AriMHtrong
Avenue this oltj, where he requests all parlies owing him to
call anil pay their accounts;
remittances i>> mall will he
promptly acknowledged. .Im-
mediate .settlements .are .re*
quested. us nil accounts are
now l"i*t due. Parties owing
. -till kindly remember that col*
1 leotlng is an expensive undertaking in time and otherwise.
We arc endeavoring to notify
everyone owing and eventually
I notices mny verge on the roagli
nml even expensive side.
c. S. Fleming, of St. Marys Prairie,
wai* lu (own mi Tuesday. He says
thai It is about time something mnro
than tiilk was to come out of the irrigation discussion, There are thousands ot acres on lhe St. Marys Prairie that ran be cultivated nnd made
to produco an abundant crop if the
district wore Irrigated, There Ih not
a bettor dairying country In the west.
Tlie irrigation iiroposiilon has only
readied the point where a survey has
been made of the Cherry creek headwaters. The wftteraof this creek ran
hi' Hiorcil and used for irrigating the
pinlrlo. bin he i.. or the opinion that
ihe Irrigation works Hionld be built
on lhe St. Marys river, where nn ab-
itnilniiic of waler could he confined
and brought on to the prnlrie aa re-
quired, .The land on the prairie
needs a greai deal of water and a system should be put ln that will be
largo enough to irrigate the whole
district.   Tlie cost would be consider-
On behalf of the Peace Celebration
Street Parade Committee l wish to:
heartily thank all those who sn rend-,'
liy responded to our requests for representative and decorated cars and;
floats, who. in spite of very short no-'
tlce. spared neither lime nor expense
to make the purnde a success; ulso
the (1. w. v. a., city Band and all!
others who gave so unsparingly of'
their time and money to make the day
a huge success,
U. C, KAKIN,
Chairman.
GRKAT A« TIVITV IN I. I'. It.
KAILWVV   lUIU-INL
Winnipeg. July 18.—Contracts for
building more than 2ftft miles of railroad for the Canadian Pacific Hallway Company have been awarded.
Vice-President. D. C, Coleman announced today. The main portion,
'oveting 1**4 miles, has been awarded to ihe John Stewart Construction
Company, of Vancouver. The Canadian Construction Company, of Win- j
nlpeg, has been given the contract to,
build 25 miles of railroad running,
from Rosetown, Sask., south, and the
Northern Construction Company will
build 12 miles needed on the line running north from Russell, Man.
The lines lo he built by the Stewart
Company are:   From Mlldeod. Snak..
ruTU.YMKM OFFICE
WRECKED HY SEAMEN
New York, July 18.—A band ofij;
.striking seamen. 75 strong, wrecked ||
the employment office of Bergoff
Brothers, on the Bowery, this morning, and put to rout 360 men who had
gathered there to seek employment
as strike-breakers on trans-At Ian tic
and cooatwlsB vessels. Xo arrests
were made Notwithstanding optimistic .statements made yesterday by!
union leaders there was no sign to-
d;iy in the break in the strike and
50,000 idle men continue to hold up
ocean traffic. Union lenders say Ihe
shipping losses at this point now ag-
gregate $6,000,000 a day, with $3,ft00,-
w.a more along the seaboard.
FURNITURE OF  l!i
CHARACTER
After Sickness
They Gave
Her Vinol
AMI SHI   SOON  HOT II.M'k  IIKII
srilKMiTH
Now   I'usllo,   Intl.—"Tiio   measles
loft mo nm ilown. no appetite, could
not rosl ul ntellt, und 1 took u severe
cold vlilcli B&itled on my hums, so I ]]i
wns nimble to keep ulioui my Imuse- j '
work.   My doctor advised me to luke j
Vinol.  nnd  s!x   Ifottlos  restored   my
health so I do oil my housework, in-
ollllllng   wnshlnR.    Vinol   Is  the  lic-t
medicine I ever nsod.t'—-Alice Rocord, I
487 So. lltli St., Now ('untie. Ind.
We Kiioruntoc this wonderful  cod
liver und  Iron   tonic,  Vinol, tor ull I,
weult. run-down, nervous conditions. I [
Sold liy Crnnbrook Drug and Hook Co
The best is not always the cheapest, neither is the cheapest always
the cheapest. Paint and putty will
cover up many bad spots.
We buy from the very best and reliable
houses, those houses that are not afraid
lo guarantee their goods, we pass the
goods along lo you with our guarantee so
you have nothing to tear when you buy
here
You see different articles before you buy them and afterwards, if any thing goes wrong,
you can come back to us for adjustment which we always make
Our stock is quite complete and the prj
ces are much lower then Ihey will be at
we have just received advice of a 20 p.c
advance
The world is short of almost every kind
of goods and there are many buyers bid
ding against each other to get their re-
quirment, this causes high pnce«
How often has an attack of indigestion interfered
with your work or spoiled your pleasure? Good health
is mostly a matter of sound digestion. Whenever you
are troubled by dyspepsia, flatulence, sour eructations,
sick headache, biliousness or constipation, take Beecham's Pills. They quickly and effectively correct digestive
disturbances, stimulate the supply of gastric juice and
Tone the Stomach
Direction* of Sp«ci»l Vutuo to Women are with Every Bra.
SoM by druggiit* throughout the world.    In box«>, 25c.
\
Another Opportunity For
Thc Real Friends of
The Herald to Declare
Themselves
\VK Mutle au Appi'iil Inst week to our
Subscribers lu iirrcnrs In |ui)' up on the
irrmiml of I'llcmlslilp. Wc iisriiin make
llmi appeal.
On looklnir over Ibe flics of The Herald
we find thai for 21 years The Herald
has proclaimed thc births in your families. It has rejoiced In your marriages
and it has been a sympathetic witness
of Ihe many who hare passed away. It
has helped you build up yonr business
und hns boosted many into a position of
emolument nnd honor thai Ihey would
have never been able lo attain without
The Herald's assistance.
These nnd many oilier thlutrs—the
hull' cannot be told—Thc Herald has
done for you. He friendly and pay up
your subscription nml lei as have a
Utile joy in life too.
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Packer of
WILSON'S
FLY PADS
WILL KIM MORE Ft IES THAN
$800womH or any
STICKY I IV CAT(Hfl)
Clean to handle. Sold by all Drui-
gnu, (Iraccra and Genual f—
FOR SALE
VACANT LOT
NUMBER II, BMM'K 1)4,
Located on Baker Street.
(ranbrook.    Clear of any Incumbrances and
Taxes paid to .Tilly 1st. i»2ii.
TKBMS—One-lhird  Cash,  balance <>» lime
at '>', interest nn deferred payments.
MAKE VIM It BEST OFFER, subject lo my
approval.
P. J. TOOMEY
SS12 MARKET ST.. ST. I.OI'IS, Mn„ I'.S. A.
Jfrtmmtym ■%>■  i»«iiV>a   *fsm   tjfsm   Ofm  m\ft
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
nf Canada Limited
Offices, Smelting and Refining Department
THAU*. BRITISH COLUMBIA
SMELTERS      AMI      REFINERS
I'urchnsers of (.'old, Silver. Copper and Lend (Ires
Producers of Hold, Silver, Copper, Blucslonc, I'lir Lend and
Spelter "TA KAN AC" Brand. PAGS   ruuft
•THURSDAY,   JULY Nth, 1915
FORT STEELE NOTES
enjoyable
iiui's
K. l.. T. iiiiibriiiili returned home
July ^rd nml visited Crnnbrook on
business today.
Mrs. Gnlbrallh  gave  u
some ot her friends, u must
evening hetnB spent.
Mrs. Cam nnd daughter were in
Cranbrook yesterday.
Mr. Dirt, of the Fort Steele Lumber
Co.. returned East a tew day
The dredging at  Wild
started.
Mrs. Lucas left tor Calgary on tl
23rd July io join her husband
The road to Steele is bl
so when you have finished »it
locks you use to block your ca
ly  remove  them  from  the C6I
the road.
The Red Cross dunce given ,
18th by the Port Steele Red
Society was a grent success, i
number attending.
A good motto to adopt: If yi
not boost don't knock.
There was a large numbai
Steele in Oranbrook t" tho Pesos celebration—even Qeorgo Geary bolng
among tin; number.
/.."f,1,,; i UXraubrnuUc^: iHistrict
kli.-l
la
from
(l?8tietl 'y the Cranbrooh  Hoard of
*     Trade.)
RANBROOK  is the natural geo-
raphlcal centre of Eastern Uri-
tlslt Columbia,   it is n divisional
polnl tor Lite C. P. it. and railway*
from ibis point radiate in all directions,     It   is   on   tho   line   between
I Montreal. Toronto,  Winnipeg,  Vnn-
| couver  and   Victoria,    Trains leave
Cranbrook   nnd   arrive   In   Bpokano
i will Ih alx or
HON. JOHH OLIVER
SPEAKS AT MISSION
HA1.F-M1M.MI>  MINERS ON
STRIKE IN  ENULANI)
London, July 21.—As a protest
aguinnt the Increase of six -.hillings
In the price of conl which came Into
effect today, following the refusal of
the miners federation to accept a
compromise on tlte wage and other
questions, thousands of miners in the
Mansfield district of Nottinghamshire
refused to go down Into the pits this
morning. The men iu oilier districts
are expected to do likewise, despite
the recommendation liy tlie federations In all districts thut work be
continued until tlie government settled tlie question Of piece rates growing out of tlie Increase In tbe coal
price.
Some 200,000 miners likewise are
ont in Yorkshire for an Increase In
wages granted by South Yorkshire
mine owners, subject to approval ot
tho coalition tribunal. The West
Yorkshire owners however withdrew
from this agreement.
The strike Is generally considered
as very serious because the workers
engaged in pumping and other labor
essential to the safety of the mines,
joined the strikers. Heretofore such
workers have been allowed to continue at tlieir task during strikes.
Forty-five thousand miners also
went on strike in the Derbyshire district as a protest against the increased price of coal.
Mines are Flooded
Three mlneB In the Yorkshire district are flooded and 12 others are
likely to he filled with water in a day
or two, Premier Lloyd George announced in tlie house of commons,
as a result of thepump man's strike
Some of the mines, he suid, would bt
ruined. The (government is sending
men from tiie fleet to aid in pumping
out the mines.
Lloyd George said the last 24 hours
had witnessed gravo and unprecedented developments In the miners'
strike. He said the Yorkshire miners
had called out tbe pumpmen and engineers, and that many mines in that
district were suffering from liie rising water and were threatened with
destruction.
At 58 mines, lie said, the necessary
men were at work, hut that in 85
mines pumping hud been stopped en'
tlrely. Mine officials, lie added, continued thc pumping for thirty-five
minutes after the men left.
a'l-ury wllh
other linos
Knot*.
Windermere
Ion with
;i branch
he  ullltml
.    There
Hlnlng
Tins district first became famous as
ii mining district. In. the old days
ul Port Steele, a town ubout 12 mlleB
from Cranbrook. royalty was paid on
11) million of dollurs worth of gold
extracted, from Wild Horse Creek,
and It is considered thut quite as
much was extracted without paying
royalty. Operations on thla Creek
were conducted in a very primitive
way, but during Ibe last year several
companies have been making arrangements to opcraic with the aid of the
most modern machinery, and there is
n hours, and arrive] no doubt returns will justify the con-
abouttwolvohoursJfldoi.ee In the possibilities of the
ies in Cranhroolt are the   Creek.
nlral going through the     Thoro al.0  *-umeroUB   other   gold
■ workings in the district.   Two of the
at  Golden,   m08|   prominent  of these   being   the
alley and making cnii-
tllG   C.lMt.
line to Klmberley.
of Cranbrook Is  3029
is   a   precipitation   of
The Consolidated Mining and Smelting   Company
Own the largest allver-lead-zlnc mine
in the world and wiih new oconomb
proce&Bes developed for treatment, of
the ore, and with thc only mi
gleal plant in tlie world refining by
hydro-electric energy five metals.the
Industry is one of which Canada may
well be proud, and one which we In
Cranbrook should be especially so, as
their big mine ls situated at our hack
door. The local agitations over smelter rateB recurring from time to time
cannot afreet tbe capital value of tbe
company's holdings, its Rossland
mines promise uew life under a new
process of concentration. It Is developing Coast Copper, on Vancouver Island, the Volglit property at Princeton, the FitzHlmiiiiiii property on tbe
P. O. E. railway. M. K. Purcell. representing tho company at the coast,
ls on the lookout fur uew mines with
a view to extending operations, Tbe
com pa ii >-'** hydro-electi le power plant
promises to become au Important revenue producing m>set, the system being under extension into tiie Okanagan und the Simllknmeen.
WANT ADS.
THE STAB SECOND  HAND   STORE
List of Bargains thin Week
We are always at tbe other end of
Phone 9. For anything In tho furniture line—if you want to buy, sell or
exchange, ring plione 9. Good prices
given for all kinds of furniture.
McCLARY RANfiK
weeks, cost {90; $0
Only used a few
DeLAVAL    CREAM    9BPABATOR-
Good as new.
HIGH OVEN STEEL RANGE.
NEW PERFECTION OIL   COOKING
Stoves, all sizes.
A    PAIR    BEDROOM     DRESSING
Stands, massive; $40.
KITCHEN CABINET
moisture  from   eighteen   to   twenty
indies of rain fall per annum, aud a
full from one to three feet.   In
Summer   the   thermometer   rises   as
high as SO or 'JO degrees in tlie shade.
lu tho  Winter the mercury falls below zero sometimes, but there is al-
[>st a total absence of wind.
Ploughing  can   usually  be  started
tout tbo flrsl of April. Irrigation is
not always necessary. Tliert are numerous streams which assure sufficient
iter wliere needed.
Tbe soil is adapted for mixed farming and ls suitable both for roots and
grain.   Tbe wheat grain grades No. 1
Northern.    Tbe potato crop is excellent both as to Quantify and quality.
Hardy  varieties  of apples  such   as
Wealthy  and  Jonathan   are   grown
successfully,    while    smaller     fruits
such   as   raspberries,   currants   und
strawberries are particularly successful.
la addition to tlie fertile valleys und
bench lands which are more particularly suited fur mixed farming there
nre thousands of acres of range lands
available on the Hide hills. Tbe unlimited range and tke excellent pastures combined with the not very
rigorous winter makes this country
unexcelled as a range country for
, cattle and sheep. The stock
of the country ts being greatly Improved largely owing lo tbe efforts of
the Stock Breeders Association. An
Agricultural Fair is held In Cranbrook
every year. Tho oxcellent ehowlng of
stock, end the large attendance give
proof of the excellent agricultural
results attained in the District.
There are excellent roads In tbe
Cranbrook District and last year over
COO tourists cars registered In passing
through Cranbrook, Within 80 miles
of Cranhrook Is the Windermere Dls
trict. This lake country fn its beauty
challenges the famous lake country
In the North of England. There are
a number of Hot Springs and an ex
cellcnt Hwimmfng pool has been
erected at Sinclair Springs. The
Dominion Oovernment ls at ■ resent
constructing a road between Banff
and Windermere which will make
po.^-ible direct access from Cranbrook
to Banff.
Crnnbrook itself ti a thriving town
of over 3,000 inhabitants, it to a
centre for the lumbering trade of tbe
district and also for the mining Interests. There are various local Industries and the city authorities give
every encouragement to new Industries by assisting ln tbe way of providing sites and reduction ln taxation
It Is tbe juittcidl centre for the district, the Government Office being
here and tbe Judge residing ln the
City. There are five churches, an
excellent hospital, n largo and up-to-
date urhool, aud a new high school
Opened lust year In a separate building. There nre two weekly papers,
three banks, some excellently appointed stores. BleclrlC Light Company anil Telephone Company, and a
large Masonic Temple. There are
j several hotels, a large Railway
Y.M.C.A. aud an excelleet gymnasium
and swimming pool.
I.umber IndiiNlry
In tbe past lumbering has been the
I most   Important  Industry  In  the district,    There nre about a dozen uaw-
1 mills In tho district and In addition
| lo this there arc a large number or
men employed in making railway ties,
mine  props, poles, posts and piling.
I The principal market for the lumber
Is on thc southern prairie.   The fol
lowing timber was cut ln Cranbrook
Forest District from January to September 1018:
Logs     90,073,317 feet
Piles and Poles .. 321,818 lin. feot
Mine  Props       13,067 cords
Mine Ties         41 cordB
Pence Posts     10,552 cords
Cordwood        1,433 cords
Shingle   Bolts            32 cords
Hallway ties   396.000 cords
It is expected Ihat the cut for Ibis
year will be considerably larger than
this as the C.P.R. have recently
bought large timber interents within
forty miles of Oranbrook. nnd-will be
operating on a very large scale. Other
companies are also arranging to cut
not far from Cranbrook. Al the present lime thc supply of labour Is by
no mouns sufficient to meet the
demands.
Perry Creek Hydraulic Workings and
Perry Creek Home Stuke Quartz Mining. Perry Creek District requires
expenditure of a considerable amount
of Capital, uud in the opinion of Gov
eminent Officials who have Inspected
the district, tlie prospects are that
this district will rival the Rand lu
Sou tli Africa lu its production.
Lead, Zinc and Silver Mining li going ou constantly at Klmberley, 18
miles from Cranbrook. The tOon-
iolfdated Mining & Smelting Company
have been •peratlug for several years,
During 1918 tbis mine shipped 22,673
tin!-, of lead, 78.611 tout of zinc, 8,474
tons of Iron Pyritles. The company
has, however, during the past year
been devoting a large amount of its
attention to development work, and
tbey have built a tunnel In tka south
end of their property afeout 9000 le*
In length. Adjacent to tht Sullivan
Mine is tlie North Star Mint Which
for years was a big producer of Galena Ore. Recently tbis has been
taken over on lease and is regularly
shipping. In the Windermere District
the Paradise Mine is a large shipper
uf very high grade lead ore, aad
there is every Indication of a big body
of ore. Other mines ln tha district
Include the famous St. Bugent, 10
miles from Cranbrook, famous as lhe
greatest galena shipper of its day.
Prosii-ectB innumerable have basn
developed fur enough to give an excellent showing In gold, copper, iron
silver, lead, nickel, galena, gypsum,
asbestos, lime, zinc and other minerals.
The coal fields ln the Fernie District nre only about two hours by
train Trom Cranbrook.
Water Power
Almost every stream ln the district
has a potential water power, chief
among them being the Bull River able
to develop about 12,000 H.P., and tha
St. Marys and Elk Rivers. Nona hava
been developed, but there are excellent prospects for the success of a
power plant.
Sport
tiust Kootenay can veritably i>e
called the sportsman's paradise. Tha
wooded hill sides give a peerless
feeding ground for grouse, partridge
and prairie chicken, and tha
streams and lakes abound lu trout,
while duck are numerous.
The Rod and Gun Club Is an active
aud progressive organization which
ia doing Its utmost to better tha natural conditions of the district in Introducing pheasants and other gams
birds as welt as keeping a hatchery to
replenish the lakes and streams with
salmon nnd trout. One lake in the
district. Premier Lake, Is probably
tho best lu Canada, or America for
thnt matter, for landlocked salmon as
this lake Is actually landlocked and
salmon placed In It as fry four years
agt) now weigh from 15 to 22 pounds.
lu addition to being such an Ideal
resort for fishermen this lake Ib one
of ibe beauty spots of the West and Is
easily reached by good motor road
from Cranbrook. Largp game Is found
higher In the hills, while on the bald
peaks uf Ihe Rockies very fine specimen of mountain sheep and gnat lure
the sportsman from the safer playgrounds ur the less venturesome.
Cranbrook Is fortunate In having
good athletlo dubs of various sorts,
lawn tennis and baseball, golf skat'
lug, curling nnd hockey. There is an
excellent nine bole golf eolrse within
a mile of the town and another golf
course at Invermere,
The skating and curling rinks are
u grent credit to the town.
Mission, B.C., July 16—Hon, John
Oliver, premier of British Columbia,
spoke in plain words to his Dewdney
constituents  in  this  town  tonight.
"We had to raise your taxes nnd
We're going to do it again" he said,
after outlining the financial situation of the province.
"It may not make me popular to
tell you this, but I don't very much
care whether it does. If you don't
like the government, or do not trust
it, you can put another one in, and
1 would not thhid being relieved of
the burden. 1 can tell you that the
pinch is coming and It means sacrifice for all."
"I have no hesitation in raying,"
declared the premier iu his nddress,
that there Is a Bolshevistic element
in control of the Social-Democratic
Party In tliis province that hoped for,
worked for and expected to so work
on these returned soldiers that there
would be revolution in Canada this
summer. There ls the strongest evidence to this effect. The soldiers did
not fall Into the snare, and I say we
have as great a debt to them for
their stand ln thc recent troubles ln
Canada as for their bravery on the
battlefields. If ft hnd not been for
them conditions might have heen very
serious In Canada to-day."
Nelaon, B
11)19.
iO. S. STOKES,
District Registrar of Titles.
Date of first publication July 10th,
1919. 28-6t
TENDERS FOR REMODELLING
MOYIE SCHOOL
Sealed Tenders will be received by
the undersigned up to Friday, August
1st, 1919, for the remodelling of the
Moyie school building. Specifications
can be seen at the office of J.F.Huch-
croft, Cranhrook, B. C, on and after
Monday, July 28th. Owing to the na-
turo of the work it will be necessary
for the tenderers to examine the
building. The secretary of the
bourd -will give all information. Work
must be completed by the end of the
rosent holiday season. Advances
will be paid weekly to tbe amount of
80 per rent or tbe architect's estimates as work progresi-os.
Tbe lowest or nny tender not 1160
BBSaHly accepted.
O. I). (iARDl'.N.
Secretary  Moyie School  Board,
Moyie, B. C.
LAM) RKM8TRV ACT
(Section 24)
In the matter of Lot 1, Block 12,Town
of  Klmberley,  Map  664,  Kootenay
District.
Proof having been filed la my office
of the toss of Certificate of Title No.
4669-1, to the above mentioned Lot, in
the name of John Donald Mason, and
being dated the 9th day of August,
1917, I hereby give notice ot my intention at the expiration of one calendar month from the first publication hereof to issue to the said John
Donald Mason a fresh Certificate of
Title in lieu of such lost Certificate.
Any person having any Information
with reference to such lost Certificate with the undersigned.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
H. L MARTIN CO.
Cabinet Makers &
Upholsterer
REPAIRS OF ALL
KINDS
OLD FCBMTUKE MADE
LIKE NEW
Opens August lst on
Cranhrook St. opposite to
the  Canadian   Bank  of
Commerce.
-SEE-
The Sign
Invisible1
At The Rex
Friday & Sat'day
GEX. 1111,1,1AM HAS SILVER
MOIIEL ur VINT RIDGE
Winnipeg, July 20.—Brlg.-o.en. H.
INlllum, wlio commanded the 10th
Canadian Brigade at the battle ot
Vlmy Ridge In 1917, Is In Winnipeg
on his wny to his home town, Sorrento. B. C. Thc 10th brigade took i
prominent part ln this engagement
anil General Hllllan- has brought
with him a model which he has made
of the portion of the ridge over which
Hit- brigade so successfuly (Ought.
Thc model Is In sllvor and clearly indicates tho movements of the Canadian troops ns lliey swept on to what
was one of thc most sensational victories of the war.
R. M. HABVEY presents
HARVEY'S
GREATER
MINSTRELS
and Creole Beauty Chorus
THE   UIIGEST   AND   111(111 ENT   CLAUS
MINSTREL ORGANIZATION EN  ROUTE.
A GUARANTEED ATTRACTION
40 MINSTREL KINGS & Queens
Including   Famous  Ballad  Singers,   Entrancing  Dancers.   Novelty
Entertainers.  Expert Comedians,  Instrumental  and  Vocal
Soloists.    A -Hi.Flecc Band, Every Mai a Soloist.
10  —  VAUDEVILLE   ACTS
10
WATCH FOR THE PARADE
PRICES l
Entire Lower Floor  .-  11.10
lst Two Rows for Children      SSc
Balcony         80c
i    Seats on Sale at Beattie-Noble's.
AVDITORIVM
Monday, July 20
FORDS
A Carload shipped from Winnipeg
July I Oth to hand this week. First
come, first served.
July 15th we inaugurated a
24 HOUR SERVICE
and are prepared to look after your
Wants day or night.
"We Never Sleep"
SUDDEN SERVICE
STATION
We have also opened our Sudden
Service Station in Parks old stand
on Baker St.
Dealers in, and Service Station for
U.S.L. Exide and Eveready Batteries.
Have your battery inspected and filled
with distilled water no charge. A full
line of Tires Accessories, Oil and
Greases on hand and never to busy
to show you our many lines.
Hanson Garage
Have You a Piano Which Needs
Tuning or General Repairing?
Mr. Geo. Gagnon
With Mason & Rlsch
An Experienced Tuner, Solicits  Your
Commands.
Pianos Restored to Factory Standard.
Leave Orders with—
R. W. Edmondson,    Phone 220
CRANBROOK, B. C.
SHORTHORN BI'I.I, FOR SALE
We have a registered Shorthorn
Bull to sell, 5 years old. Address D.
E. Wallace. P. O. Box 012, Pernie
B. C. 26-«
TENDERS FOR COAI,
SEALED TENDERS uddressoil lo
the undershtnod and endorsed "Quo
tntlons for Coal. Dominion Buildings,
British Columbia", will he locolvcd
until 12 o'clock noon, Tuesday, Aug.
list li, mm, for tho supply or eoul for
lhe public buildings throughout the
province of British Columbia,
Combined specifications and form of
lender can bo obtained from tho Pur-
Ichaslng Agent, Department nf Public Works, Ottawa, and from the caretakers of the dlfforonl Dominion Buildings.
Tenders will not bo considered unless made on the forms supplied by
the Department and ln accordance
with the conditions set forth therein.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, payable to the order of the Minister of Public Works, equal to 10 p.
c, of the amount of the tender. War
Loan Bonds ot the Dominion will also be accepted as security, or War
Bonds nnd cheques If required to
make up an odd amount.
By order,
It. C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Department of Publio Works,
Ottawa, Ont, July T, HM        M-M
Where Eyesight
Is Concerned
wio assure vou
THAT WE KNOW,
WIO CAN PIT YOI'
McLeod's Store
Dr. R. V. Hoyt
l.yi-»iirlil S|ii-.'lnllNt
XIROaTON,
OMuaio
ARM
Part of the Arti course may be covered by
correspondence.
MEDICINE EDUCATION
APPLIED SCIENCE
Mlalnl, Chemical, Civil,
Mechanical aad Bleolrictl
Baliaeerlag
HWHIKMH     unUIIMIUNt
July aad Aagtul.        December toAprll
M       OKX T. CM WN. Heak-nt.
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