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 THE CRANBHOOK HERALD
VOLUME 21
CRANBROOK,   BRITISH COLUMBIA.
THURSDAY, MAY  22nd,  1918
Victoria
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AI IHE Fi GROUNDS
Arran-vemeiits are now completed
Tor the ma DAY. Saturday, May 24th,
and It is expected that largo crowds
will im in attendance from the parade
nt 10 a.m.. right up to tho "Home
Sweet Home" Dnnco. Many visitors
will come by auto as well as by tho
special i rains rnnu EGast and West aud
the
pov
(lie
omnitttoo aro doing nil in tholr
r in main* this day the best ot
ear.   IBntrioa nre coming In for
nil lho events oil the program and
Icoon competition may bo looked lor.
Done bul I umnoa will bo played during tho day nnd II is expoctod L.al
lhe folio iiu-: i.i' will lain- purl
Creston,  K.-rin'.  Wardnor,  W valine.
Following is tho nrrnngement of
lllO pnrude:
Murslmll of Ihe Hay   Thiol' \diiius
Mayor's Car
City Band
5 cars for Miss Mel.eminn's class.
MIrh Cartwrtght'a class, walking.
6 cars fur Miss Atliortols clAflfl
Miss White's rlnss. walking
r, ears (or Miss Kraser's class
MIh-i Mutrto'a class, walking
:i cars tor Miss Howard's 'il'is-.
Miss  Woodland's  class,  walking
I Contra! School Float.
Entrance Class walking with iloat.
High School Float.
G.W.V.A. Bugle Band, Fernie.
Veteran ii i.i Uniform.
Thc prices of admission are a-? follows* Admisalcn in grounds 50eJ*cMM
over 12, half price, under 12 free; ti
Grand Stand .'."■" bleachers and paddock free; atU. j. 'nfield, 25c.
A big dance In the Auditorium from
8 p.m. to midnight v ill round out n
full day of pU*m?-ure and enjoyment.
Tlie return specials will leave Cranbrook nt 1 a.m.. so that everybody
will be home in good time.
Special Notice
'HI   HOTOHINTK  ti   (1TIZKNN
OF TIIK IHHTKKT
The animal meeting of the
Oranbrook District Auto Association will bo held at the City
Hall on Monday, May 20th nt
S p.m. Come along and Ih. a
booster. UullOB are especially
Invited  to be  present at  thin
meetiug.
A spirit ot" Cb
vaded the Bervii
Church last wee!
the 19tll Annivei
Btian optimism per-
ib at the Baptist
end, the occasion of
try of the  founding
of tlie.Church and the first Anniversary of the settlement of the present
pastor. Rev. J. P. Sinclair, The church
wus tastefully decorated ror the occasion Itev, F. w. Dafoe, pastor of tbe
Baptist Church. Lethbrldge, preached
two liolpftil and Inspiring Bermons. Hii
Stlbjocls  were.
Mission", ami "
tlte evening ser
"When I Survey
and Mrs. Hliitui;
ch
Its   |
and
ithor's Love."   At i
Mrs. Milroy s.mi:
Wondrous Cross" I
! Mr. Palmer pen-'
Y.M.C.A. RECEPTION
A reoeptlon was tendered by the
Hoard of Directors to tlie members
and friends of the Ry Y.m.c.a. on
Tuesday last. Under ttie efflclenl
cbairmansbip of Vice-Pros. Geo, J.
Spreull. an excellent program ol musical numbers, Intersperced with
speeches, was carried out. Addresses
ivere delivered by Mayor w. F. Cam-
jron, Uev. F, V. Harrison. Mr, Clarke
mil Uev. H. M. Lyon. The musical
lumbers were of a high order.'and
■eftected groal credit on tho Commft-
{tee In chaise of that pnrt.   The mem-
ed and
Gulmou
refreshme
isbments
Mestla
and CI
once again.
rren Spew
! anks «'«-
ty Messer.
idles who li
it a
tiie
m
MEN!
Provincial Library oi
■***•♦• IS
Local Overflow
liny Wur Savings Stamps.
Sinn'*,   will   Im- open on Sahinluj.
■ .Mil) '-Mth. from II p. in. lu K p. m.
A. G, MaoFoplane of Moyie wus in
the city on Situnhv ou business
Next Tuesday evening, Lantern Lecture in the Methodist Ohureh, 'The Silent Navy.*   Do not miss this lecture.
A. G. Wilmot of the Bast Kootenay
Lumber Co., Jaffray. was in the city
today on business.
Wanted—Maid for housework tu
small family. Address box 10. JJr-rnlrt
office. 18-tl'|
Born—On May 18th, at Cottage Hospital, Cranhrook, to Mr. and Mrs. A,
Rosen of Jafffray, a son.
A SPLENDID EXHIBITION
The Public School Children as well
as the pupils of the High School will
take a very prominent part in the
Empire Day program both morning
and afternoon.
In tho morning after the parade
they will be assembled at the Government building and will sing patriotic songs. This of itself should be
of Interest to all parents as there Is
no sweeter music than a chorus of
juvenile voices, and we are assured
that no pains have been spared by
Miss Woodland, their vocal teacher,
to bring them up to perfection.
Their part In the afternoon program
is no less Interesting aud consists of
an exhibition of club swinging hy the
Entrance class augmented by a number of the High School Roys. Those
who have seen the children at work
on this number are loud in their
praise of the children's efforts. In
addition to this about 36 of the high
school girls will take part in a Maypole dance, which will be well worth
Ijost—-Small gold nugget near P. 0.
Valued as keepsake, finder please return to Herald office. It*
Four returned men arrived in the
city on the train from the west today:
A. Holm. E. Greenwood, Y. Roycroft
and Pte. Sanoatle.
Mrs. W. Haslam is visiting her son
in St. Thomas, Ontario. Before she returns she will visit other points in tlie
Best
'The Silent Navy'. Lecture by Lieut
15. -HuywoiTd^R II. O. S., Methodist
Church. Tuesday ot 8 p.m. Tickets
from any member or the Young People's Society, 25c.
dered a duel "Sun of my Soul.''
(tu Monday evening the Anniversary
Social (lathering was well attendod by
not only people m' tho Baptlsl Chun li
but. friends came from the other Cliur-
jchea to show their goodwill. The following look part in tin- musical programme:: Miss Helen Worden, Mrs
Milroy, Miss Smith, Airs. Kuhnort and
Mr. Hannah. Greeting from the sister
city churches were conveyed by Uev,
F. V. Harrison, Anglican Church, who
spoke of the breaking down of denominational barriers; Rev. C. Clark. Meth
odlst Church, who struck the note,of,
the world-—wide sway of the prln-1
elplOB of Christ; the Y.M.C.A. was ably
represented by Rev. R. K. Pow, who j
emphasized the wlHinguess of the Y,-
M.C.A. to co-operate with the Churches
iu social activities. Rov. H. M. Lyon,;
Presbyterian Church, pleaded for the
Chrlstlanlzatton of our national and ,
international life. 'Die need bf Christ-
Ian homes, as the greatest; need of the
West, was the theme of Rev. F. W.
Oafon's short address.
Refreshments were -.served ut thej
close by the ladles of the congregation
and all felt belter for having attended I
the service.
Rev. Dafoo conducted special aerv-
icos on Tuesday, Wednesday and I
Thursday evenings taking as his subjects, "Regeneration". "Tiie dates ofj
Pearl", and "The Ark—A Type of j
Christ."
nor
ere Mesdames Mahorg, Walltn-
I MacPherson.
r>- Interesting (tern was the an-
ment of tiie wlnhlng or the
Team Champlonsftlp Bo.wltng Cup by
tho Maple Leafs. The members or the
team are, captain) w k l,eamun; a.
.1. Riches, J, M. Dallas, A. Gregory-
\llcn and H. Fyles, and each was
presented with a silver medal. It IV
Flnlay of tbo 'All Stars' won the golrJj
Mr ... W. Beatty, Presldeut of
Canadian Pacit'ii' Railway Com pa
will pass through cranbrook on
iii'teruoim of Saturday, May 24th i
proceed to Nelson, whore a banquel
.ii.- honor will be hehi at the Hn
hotel at ii o'clock tho same evening
tho AsBOdated Boards of Trail-'
East  Kootenay and Hie Nelson  Boi
oi Trade.
CRANBROOK METHODIST Y. P. S.
Tuesday May 27 at 8 p.m.
A Lantern Lecture
by Lieut. E. Hey wood F.R.G.S.
"The Silent N*vy"
Illustrated by 130 I.anterniSlides
Methodist Church, Cranbrook
Admission       25 c
Tickets may be obtained from  any   member
of the Young Peoples Society
Arrow Shirt
Week
QVER One Hundred New
and Different Patterns to
choose from. These Shirts
have lost none of their color-
keeping qualities and their
style and fit has been famous
for years.    Ail Sizes
$1.50 to $4.50
McCreery Bros.
CRANBROOK'S DRV  C03DS AND  CIOTHINC   STORES
Horn—To Mr. am
Mrs
W
iltei
So
It'll
of Cranbrook. a
son.
nt
the
("ot
liipi
Hospital, May
25ml
We have received word from Rov. it
\V. IjCO from tlte ('oast. His duties at
conference Imve kejit liim very bony.
He preached twice at New Westminster on Sunday. May lltli and twice in
tlie First Methodist church at Nan-
soelng nnd tlte whole will be wound up tftimo Ins' Sunday, He expects to be
by School Yells. Parents are urged
to encourage their children by attending both these exhlbtlotis which will
help so materially in malting the dny
sue.
AT Till: REX TIIK mil
Another triumph tor the screen has
heen attained in the powerful drama
"Today", a plcturlsatlon of George
Broadhiirat's masterful Bttvge play of
tho same iiinne. whicli will lie shown
at th-i Hex Theatre, on Monday and
Tuesday, Mny 2ft and "7 nt rogulnr
prices.
ll Is a masterpiece in every sense of
tbe word antl proves conclusively thai
nothing is Impossible, that the most
delicate subject is capable of visual-
i'/Ulinu on the screen, thai   It Is subject lo dtseuBBlon and publicity
"Why", asks every scene its every
fool of film, "why should not the
Clews Of tbe moral leper be exposed
Ihul others might see. avoid lite
deadly scratch nml profit thereby.
Why should wo bo kept ln Ignorance
of the blackness of this "Stygian" cave
when so many are entering Us blackest compartments, never to return to
tbe light of domestic mornllly?" Such
are ([to iiiii-tlloA-i asked by 'h*.- won
derful photoplay, and all who Imve
seen It have been loud in their praise
of the lesson it teaches and have
been the better for seeing It.
"Toys of Fatal" What are any of
us, except toys of fnte? That's what,
a man says when he ts "blue,"—when
things will not g-o right,—when destiny Itself seems to balk him In every
effort.   Out. as Browning says.
"Sometimes  the  worst, turn.* the
best to tbe brave—
Tbe black moment's at end."
Well, that Is tbo wny It is with
Azali, lhe fascinating gypsy princess
in "Toys of Fate", in which the grent
Russian artiste. Naztmovn, stars.
When there seems to be no wny out,
-when misery hns token possession
of her soul,—then comfort with Its
boating power revives nnd refreshes,
and love gladdens her.
"Toys of Fate" Ih vivid, vital, dramatic, it Ih the story of a child of
nature, brought Into contact with the
ways of civllizution. A*/,uh HtifferH. r*-
jotees and In the end finds happiness
tuA .heart's Amir:   Tht great star
hack iu Cranbrook on the '-Mtb <>( Mn)
Tbe regular meeting of the W.C.T.U.
will meet at the borne of Mrs. (■ \v
Patmore on Thursday, Mny 89th,
There will be the reception of new
members aud a good program will 1»*
provided. As it is the annual meeting
election of officers will take place.,
All members arc requested to be present
At a meeting of the Executive of the
Board of Trade held Wednesday morning. O. J, Spreull wns appointed as a
representative to attend a reception
being tendered by tbe Associated
Hoards of Trade of Eastern B. C. at i
Nelson, to V.. W. Realty, president of
the C. iv it., who is exported to pass
through here sometime tills week end
On Tuesilny evening ln the Medio-
dlsl Church, l.ieut. K. Hoywood F.R-
G.s. will lecture on 'The Silent Navy.'
Do nol miss ibis opportunity ol hear-
Ing of the work of our Navy in winning the war
lilt.I I.Alt  MKITINt.  llt.TAII*
WKttCHANTS* ASSOCIATION
a regular meeting of the Cranbrook
Retail Merchants' Association was i
hold in the City Hall on Tuesday even-
Ing, There was a fair attendance, nnd
n lot of business arising rrom reports,
of committees and correspondence
from other branches of the orgnnl/n- |
lion wns trnnsneted.
It was decided to observe the week- j
ly half holiday on Wednesday evon
whoh a legal holiday occurs during |
the  week.    All storeH In Cranhrook
will  therefore be closed every Wednesday afternoon.
Is at her besl In "Toys of Fate," which
Is tlie apecial attraction at the Rex
Theatre Mny 23 and 24.
Nazlmova.   tho   sensation   of   thc I
screen, ls n personality totally differ-
eni from all other stars, a living breathing, palpitating figum or animation |
and power    Not, only Is Nazlmova   a ■
great artist, nf ttie stage, hut perhaps
second only to Bernhardt with   the
advantage of being young.   "Toys of
Fate" litis been acknowledged hy   the
most exacting critics everywhere,   to
equal her fir I triumph ot 'Revelation
which wa* ahown h«w not long ago.
How Model 90 Broke the High
Gear Non-Stop Record
£ould the strongest power ]>laiu ever built stand the gruelling,
searching punishment planned for lhe Overland 9(1 stock model when it
started on Is 7 day sealed in HIGH GEAR, non-stop run recently at
Oklahoma City?
Tlie first day's performance was watched hy the public with eager
Interest 001 miles and not a sign of let-down in the car's perfect record.
Then two days of rain—whirling, drenching downpours, mud-clogged
roads, which tried the endurance of four relays of drivers.
Pour days more of pounding over country lanes and through blocked
city streets—always in sealed high—each day showing au average of
624 miles and an average of L'O.lili miles to the gallon of gasoline.
And then the amazing score at the finish. .Not once had the motor
missed au explosion. Not even a spark plug changed. 4370 miles was
the non-stop high gear record by the Overland 80!
An.ong the (100,000 Overland owners. Model 90 has long been known
for its record of long life and economical service.
Let us shown you an exact duplicate of this remarkable Model 00 car.
Overland Model 90 Five-
Passenger Touring $1500
(F. O, H. Cranbrook. B.C.)
WE WISH TO ANNOUNCE-
That we have secured the services of a CAPABLE
MECHANIG and are open for
ALL KINDS OF REPAIRS
And will be carrying a Fall Line of Accessories.
John Armour, Dealer
CRANBROOK, B. C.
Office-—Oranbrook lintel Block finniite—Clarke Avenue
Phones—Office iss. Garage 2112
|| -jHefyotigt Ctturct)
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li    SUNDAY NEXT
11
11
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jj Divine Service at 11 am
| j and 7.30 p.m.
I j
!!     Preacher at both Services
jj   Lieut. E. Hey wood F.R.G.S.
Sabbath School at 12 noon
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Bapttst Cljurrf)
KrD. 'John p. -JiiirUir.   pastor
SUNDAY, MAV 26th,
11 a.m.-   Divine Service   Sermoti subject, "Launch
out Into the Deep."
12 noon-Church School and Bible Class.
7.1)0 p.m.—Evening Worship    "Soldiers of the King.'
THURSDAY, MAY 29th, s p.m.
Service of Praise, I'racr and Bible Study.
"Keep Sunday for the Things of the Soul.'
A WET-COME AWAITS YOU. PAUK TWO
THURSDAY, MAY "2nd, mis
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! IMPERIAL RANK
Advertising Bates <>u application.   Changei
this   odlce   Wednesday   noon   theonrrcnj
for Advertising MUST ho In
weak   to   secure   nttetitloit.
CRANBROOK. BRITISH COLUMBIA
THURSDAY,  MAV  22ud,  101D
CULTIVATE VOIR GABBE3J
AMI REDUCE COST OF LIVING
laturday afternoon tho rail
rs held a mass meeting,
ii'ohiible that tlie train sorv:
From reports brought to the De-]|lcU1 ,,,, between Wlnlpeg
part-meat of Agriculture liy various
officials it appears that the inhabitants of our cities are not giving the
sanif*. attention to tlie cultivation of
lots as during last year.
There ls greater need for continuing this work, especially when we
consider the large increase of population which is pouring into the Province; also the period of unrest which
always follows the conclusion of
wars.
By the citizens culticating the land
around their dwelling aud assisting
to reduce tho cost of living by raising
■vegetables for the feeding of their
families, they are taking an important part in tlie work of reconstruction.
■ay work-
aiid   it   i- i
',. will he
and ih"
west if tbe strtke continues much
longor.
"Tho strikers a!'*1 mil ol cotitl-*
dence." remarked the Calgary man
mentioned. "They claim they only
want a fair (leal and are determined
in  securing it."
sm.MKit SCHOOL roit tiw inks
L
OF CANADA
LUMBERING
Tli* ifuiitcnt damtnii for anil prttTailtng hlih prtcM ol ImWr kni mntltt tka
a<.i«li>pmcnt ol tlm iuiiimri- ain.nl.ftl ■nd profit* bU,
Thi* Dank can awUt »our plam.   Coniitll our local Mi
CRANBROOK BRANCH,
B. E. HOWARD,
Manager.
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS
APPLICATIONS POR QRAZTNO
PERMITS
fnder Grazing Act. 1919
Appllcatloua for
ive mock ca the i
ach Grazing Dlstl*
r British Columbli
permits to graze
own range within
■t of tbo Province
as established by
ute. and 40 gallons of wa-1 during tbe season will be necessary
Is added 3 pounds Of ar- to keep the leaves covered and the
il or 2 pounds of arsenate1 plants tree from disease and pests.
or, tn
.vhiet
ale of
lin:
in paste
rm (if the dry form
la used,
tor eon'
aphlds o
■ :rd
uhl be
lime
Scl
WHAT WOOLWOKTII RID
WITH .*> and 10 CENT PIECES
Save tlie nickles and tlte dimes. If
they are saved and wisely invested
they will form the enduring basis of
Canada's financial and industrial
prosperity. If any one doubts the ah-'
lltty of a man to build a fortune in
this way lot him look at tbe career
of thc late P. W. Wool worth, the 5, 10
and IR cent store magnate, who recently died in tiie United States.
On a salary of $8.50 a week lie kept
himself, wife and child and saved
$50.00, which with $250 borrowed,
started him In business. He established u chain of 5, 10 and 15 cent stores,
his company having 1.070 of them at
the time of bis death. He put $14,-
000,000 Into the largest office building in the world and died worth possibly $8,000,0000 to $10,000,000 more.
Wool worth made a huge fortune out
of other people's 5, 10 and 16c pieces.
You may not make a fortune, but you
have a chance to become comparatively well off, by saving your small
change and investing it in War Savings and Thrift Stamps.
"CANADA - PRODUCT"
The Canadian Trade Commission
has adopted tlie word "Canada-Product" as Us trade-mark (though the
term is not strictly correct. Tlie hyphen is an integral part as It was
thought necessary to overcome the
objection that the word "Canada" as
an adjective is a little bare and
strange to the ear. "Canadian",
though well understood in English-
speaking countries, would not be
nearly so expressive to the foreign
peoples with whom Dominion trade is
now extending. The root of "product'
has tbe advantage of being understood
Is about four-fifttts of the world's
commercial languages.
Tbe phrase would be at once more
widely known without translation
than "Mode-in-Canada" or "Canadian-
made." It also covers the double
fields of apricultural "produce" and
industrial "manufactures."
STRIKE AT 'PEG CAMOUFLAGE
SAYS TRADE UNIONIST
Calgarian Asserts lt Is Labor's Measure ot Combating Profiteers
(Calgary Herald)
"The present cause ot tbe strike at
Winnipeg is merely so much camouflage."
This was the remark of a Calgary
trades unionist who arrived back
from the eastern city, Monday. "The
present Issue, so far as tlie recognition, of the Metal Workers' Union is
concerned," he added, "is really only
the beginning of a huge struggle on
the part of organized labor to compel
the government of tbe country to secure the control of the profiteers. It
is recognized that it is but futile for
wages to be Increased here and there
if Immediately afterwards the cost of
living swamps up the increase."
This tbe tradesman referred to
states, is at the bottom of the unrest
which ls being voiced ln such a determined fash Ion in Winnipeg, nnd
which he Is of the opinion will spread
right throughout Canada. The fact
that the present strike in Calgary has
been for the moment averted by the
metal workers going back to work he
does not consider will have the.
slightest bearing on tbe situation ir;
the east.
When he left Winnipeg, he says,
there were quite 30,000 workers on
strike, and even unorganized labor
was coming out in sympathy. Tbe police, who were ordered to remain at
work by the strike committee, voted
solid to come out if necessary.
Up to tlie time that he left Winni
peg the conduct of the strikers had
been examplary. Tlie committee had
arranged for supplies of bread, milk
and essential foodstuffs. The theatre
and picture shows were open hy permission of the strike committee, with
a view to preventing tlie people con
gregatlng on tbe streets.
Thc first edition of the Western
Labor News, published by the
strikers' committee, was to make Its
appearance shortly afler midnight on
Saturday. This is tho only newspaper now printed In Winnipeg.   On
Arrangements are being c*
for the holding of a Summe
for Teachers ai Victoria. Tha school
will open on the morning ot July 7th
antl close on the afternoon of August
Stli. The various courses offorod are
similar to those given in BUT and in-
lude Hurlal Science, Manual Training
Art and Domestic Science courses.
Vocal Music and Elocution,   a new
ourse iu General Science ami Art fur
vided for. These subjects can either
fltlcd for. These subjects can either
lie taken singly or together, at tin1
option of those who attend.
A complete announcement of tlie
courses and the instructors will be
mailed direct *p the teachers before
the end of May.
Make tiie applications
q one-half of this quantity) j drenching all parts of tl
lling biting insects, and III a line,   mist-like   spray
plant lice nre present, one-   spray is not as effective
pint tit' nicotine sulphate    divided one.
added, or. as an alternative,
sulphus could replace tlie
mixture.
delay Die application until
i or post has become evident
ages, but make tlte appliui-
ne to  prevent  the damage.
atlon  ol spray is not   a
is a preventative.
think ihat one application
sufficient. Remember Hint at this
son of liie year foliage grows rap-
' uud a large amount of new leaf
face is soon exposed after an notation is made, and it is this new
■oaleii surface which is a sourco
infection.    Three to four sprays
hi
All   appl
CURE, h
Mn   lin
thoroughly.
a plant with
A   coarse
as a finely
If you have not already done so,
make application at once to your near
est Experimental Farm or District
Representative for a spray Calendar,
or apply direct to thc Central Experimental Farm, Ottawa. These Calendars will give you full instructions us
io mixing and applying sprays for the
control of all pests and diseases,
Don't delay.    Dn it now.
Order-ln-Counoil, dated the 10th of
April, 1919, and published lu the
British Columbia Gazette on April
nth, l!)l!t, must bo filed with the District Foresters ai Cranhrook, Fort
Qeorgo, Kamloops, Nelson, Prince Ru
pert, Vancouver and Vernon, or with
the Commissioner of Qriuing, Depart
ment of Lands, Parliament Buildings,
B.
beta
.Inly
.vli teli
il.n.ii
Lho
i Dept
>.l     fn
iiln
at Victoria,
1st. 1910.
Blank forms upo
applications  may   bo   ol
: the  District  Foresters n
named places or rrom th
of hands nt Victoria. II. 0
(1.  It.  NADKX
Deputy Minister or Lands,
Department of Lands, Vlctoi lit   1-
C, 14th April. 1919. lS-ii
Your Next
Phonograph
Will be a
BrunswicK
Find out WHY
Call To-DAY
Raworth Bros.
Jewelers tc Bpllclaus
Next to tbo PoBlofflco.
SPRAYING OF PLANTS FOR
PIU.VKNTION OF INSECTS. ETC
(Experimental Farm Notes.")
At this season of the year particular attention should he paid to the
prevention of ravages by disease ami
Insect pests. It Is possible by a
timely application of proper sprays
to control effectively many of our
worst diseases and pests.
Spray materials may be divided into
three classes. First, there are the
fungicides, such as Bordeaux mixture
and lime sulphus wash, which nre
used to control or lo prevent tlie development of i'uugous diseases such as
Apple Scab und Potato B).yli! Secondly, there are poison sprays, such
as lead arsenate for the control ol
biting insects such as the Potato Beetle, Tent Caterpillars, etc.. and thirdly
the contact sprays, such as kerosene
emulsion or nicotine sulphate, for the
control ot sucking insects like plant
lice. j
By selecting tbe proper sprays un-
5er each of these three headings, a ;
combined spray containing all three]
can be used and thus, in u single application! one has a fungicide aud a ,
complete insecticide combined. A j
good combined spray is made up as j
follows; 4-4-40-Bordeaux. consisting
of 4 pounds unslaked lime, 4 pounds
OFFICIAL   AIHIIMSTKATOKS   ACT 1
Notice    is    hereby    given that on
I March 19th, 1919,
IT WAS ORDERED hy His Honor
George 11. Thompson, Judge of tlie '
I County Conn of East Kootenay, that ,
I .lames A. Arnold. Official Admlnistra-1
I tor for that portion of the County of
Kootenay Included in tlie Electoral
District of Cranhrook he Administrator nf all and singular the estate ofj
Frail, Sickly Children
Improve Rapidly on Vinol
The reason we so strongly recommend Vinol for
frail, sickly children is because it is a non-secret
remedy which contains Beef and Cod Liver Peptones, Iron and Manganese Peptonates and Glycerophosphates — but no oil — the very elements
needed to build them up. It is delicious to the
taste, and children love it.
These Two Mothers Have Proved This.
WUliamion, W. Va.
Steve Hawrylkwi, deceased  inte-tnte.
Every person in lebted to thc said i
deceased is rooulrod to make payment
forthwith to tlie undersigned. Kvery
person having in possession effects
belonging to the deceased Is required
forthwith to notify the undersigned.
Kvery creditor or other person having
any claim upon or Interest in tlie j
distribution of the esmte of the said
deceased is required to send before
tlie llth day of June Bilit.nexi.by registered mail addressed to tbe undersigned, his name and address and tlte
full particulars of bis claim or interest, and a statement of Ids account
and the nature of the security fit
any) held by him.
After the said last mentioned date tlie
Administrator will proceed witli tlie
distribution of tlie estate having regard to those claims only of which
he shall have hnd notice.
Dated at Crnnbrook this "tb day of
-May. 1!>l!l.
J. A. ARNOLD.
Official Administrator.
Bainbridse, N.Y.
"My little daughter, 13 years old,
overworked and was run-down, tired
all the time, nervous, had headaches,
couldn't eat and had to stay out of
school. Vinol has built her up. She
ha9 a good appetite, no more headaches and has returned to school
aguin."—Mrs. Lester Andrews.
"My little boy was weak, puny,
and 'iced all the time, did not want
to do anything. Vinol was recommended and it built up his strength
and made him healthy. Now he romps
and plays like other children. Wa
certainly believe In Vinol for children."
—Harley Clay.
Jameson's
BAKING   1MHVWER
Foul her Light
JAMESON'S
JAVA AND   MOCHA
COFFEE
JAMESON'S
TEA
•lAMESON'S
EXTRACTS
Tin1 users   are   the   Coo-
nolseurs*
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meets In  the
I'arlsb     Hall
lirst   Tuesday
afternoon    of
every   month
at .- p.m.
Pros. Mrs. l>.
Campbell, box
587
Secy, Mrs. J. W. Burton, P. O. Box 621.
All ladles cordially Invited.
WATER NOTICE
Diversion und Vw.
Take notice that Frank Frovenznno
executor of Michael Provenzano deceased, and Felix Provenzano, whose
addresses are Cranbrook, B. C, will
apply for a licence to take antl use 1
cubic foot per second of water out
of an unnamed stream which rises
northwest of lot 9388 and which flows
easterly and drains Into Moyie River,
about one half mile north of lot D3S8.
The water will be diverted from tlie
stream at a point ahout 750 ft. west
along the stream from the C.P.R,
right of way and will bo used for
Irrigation purpose upon the land described as lots 7927 and block "A" of
lot 9388 Group 1, K. D.
This notice was posted on the
ground on the 9th day of April. 1019,
A copy of this notice und an application pursuant thereto and to the "Water Act, 1914" will bo filed in the office of the Water Recorder at. Cranbrook, B. C. Objections to tho application may be filed with the said
Water  Recorder or  wllh   the  Comp-
ttt ©llSpates Strength
Cranbrook Drug & Book Company      Limited,  Druggist. Cranbrook, B.  C*
Ihe Plant  Which Is lierolutinniKing
the Tire Repair Industry.
Willi this plant we can rebuild and
retread either in ribbed or plain your
old casings no matter how badly worn
so long as thc walls nre good, so they
will give you from 3000 to 5000 more
troller of Water Rights, Parliament  II,lleB- nt » cost l,r *10-uo for ),lnln nnd
Buildings, Victoria, B.C.. within thirty
days after the first appearance    of
this notice in a local newspaper.
Frank Provenzano, Executor   of
Michael Provenzano deceased, and
Feliz provenzano, Applicants,
By Macdonald & Nlsbet,
tlieir agents.
The date of thc first publication or
this notice is April 17th, 1919.
$12.00 for ribbed retreading, for size
30x3 1-2. Send for prieo list for larger sizes. Wo use more treati rubber
ln our work tliun is used on new tires.
Orders left with H, R. Hlnton, Cranbrook, will receive prompt attention,
or ship direct. We pay express
ChargGH one way.
w. m. m sii,   Plnelier   Creok, Aim.
Vulcanizer nnd Auin Painter.
i:n>IO\l)S<>N,S DANCE ORCHESTRA
Now open fur Engagements,    One to
Four Pieces
The Music with the PEP.    For Terms
Apply
MRS. EDMONDSON
or phone 220 Cranbrook, B. C.
Baby's Tender Skin
The skin of a baby is tenderest of all.
Tin1 larhcr nf Ivory Soap is mildest and
purest of all. Ivory, used now in millions
of nurseries, is the soap for baby. It
contains nothing to irritate the tender
skin. Rather, it soothes and comforts
and does its part in keeping baby healthy
and good natured.
PRICES MARKED
In every Coeur d'Alene bedroom is a framed card on
which Is printed the rates of    •
the room.    In other words
the   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  be
is  paying just what every
other occupant of that room
pays—  no  more,   no  leBs.
That's   standard   American
practice in first class retail
stores; some day It will no
doubt be standard practice
in the best hotels.
That framed card is a small
detail,   but   it   illustrates   the
Coeur d'Alene way    of    doing
things.    It's one of the mnny
concrete  applications  of    tlie
Coeur d'Alene policy of fairness
and a full aud honest money's
worth, to every patron whatever
kind or price of room  lie occupies.
COEUR D'ALENE
iiii: hotel with a
personality
Spokane. Washington
THE Dominion of Canada offers
you every safeguard for your
investment in Thrift and War Savings
Stamps.
V Your postmaster will register every War Savings
Stamp for you, and if they are lost by theft, fire or
other cause, you can still obtain your money, with
the accumulated interest, at the office where the
stamps were registered.
Sixteen 25-cent Thrift Stamps
will buy a $4.00 War Savings
Stamp worth $5.00 in  1924.
N.mox.w. war BAV1N0S rmniiTTFP.
Illrlll-li r.iliiTiiiil.. Wvl.tnn) Viiik-oiit.*, B. O.
Bw Thrift Stamp*
BET THAT (11,1) 1IOUHK
FIXED lil' limillt: IT FALLS
DOWN OB GIVE US A CON.
TRACT TO BiriI.Il TOtl A
NEW ONE
Clarke & Sainsbury
I'bone 711 nr 370     1U>. Boi 803
I.AIUI.AW ii DEWOLF
Hill and Mining Engineers
B. ('. Land Surveyors
CRANBHOOK, B. C.
His. Orreii & MacKinnon
l'li> .Minis und Surgeons
Oltlrf  at  residence, Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICE nouns
Forenoons   9.00 in 10.00
Afternoons   2.00 lo   4.00
Evenings 7.:io to  8.30
Sundays   a.ao in   4.110
CIUNBItOOK, B.C.
lilt. 1'. It. MILES
DENTIST
Olllce In Hanson Block
OFFICIO HOUItS
0 to 12. n.m.
1 to   r. p.m.
1'ltANIHtOOK, B.C
('KAMIKOOK   COTTAGE
HOSPITAL
Private Nursing Hume
Licensed by Provincial   Oovt.
Maternity umi lleneral Nursing
Massage and Rest Cure, Highest
References, terms moderate.
Apply Mrs. A. Crawford, Matron
I'hone 2.W P. O. Box 846
Address, Qardpn Ave. Cranbrook
The Shoe Spuolalltt
.mi: MAItM'Olll
Satisfaction (luaranteed
•ieadiiuarteru for all kinds of
Repairs
1.0
O. V.
KEV
CITV 1
OIMIE.Nn.-ii!
ii ' Wi" ii i        Mac's   every
GLJwcTS   m .»-i.ii.i-t
^iBS^-SS?"*/    «l Fraternity
Hull.      Sojourning   Oddfellows
cordially Invited.
W. M
Harris
W. 1). lillroy
flecy.
N. O.
THE HOME IIAKERV
Bolit. Frame, Prop.
1'resli llri-iiil. Cukes, I'les
nml I'ltslry
1                    Phone 37
1   Norbury Ave.      Opp City Mall
MONUMENTS
Knntcnii)' Granite A Mini-
iimentnl Co., Ltd.
Oetieral Stone Contractors and
Monumental Works    .
Front St., Nelson   P. O. box Hit;
FOK PAINTING AND
I'APEKIIANGING, ETC
—Plione—
JOHN GARD
PHONE NO. 409,
CRANBHOOK ■ B. C.
KNIGHTS OE PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, B. C.
Meets every Tueiday at 8 p.m. In
the Fraternity Hall
C. O. Borgstrom, C. C.
C. H. Collins, K. R. A 8.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited to attend.
CHAS. S.  I'AIIKEK
Forwarding ind  Distributing
Agent for
Lethbrldge aad UreenhlU Coal
Imperii! Oil Co.
Dlitrbutlon Cars a Specialty.
Iirnjlnif und Tnni-ui'irlni:
Olven prompt attention
Phone S3
E. M. MMTHEItSON
Undertaker
Phone .'(.Ml
Norbury Ave, nni lu Clly Hall
Montana KeNlaiiriiiil
Heals at All Ileum
Cigars, Cigarettes and Candy
CltANBROOK STREET.
Opposite the Bank of Commerce
If vou want latlsfactlon
with vour washlna
Bend it to
MONTANA LAUNDRY
Sneelal nrlces for famllv
work
 muiitlil,
nuitlcltje fur all IVni.il- I ..in| liiinl    IS n llox.
or three for lie, at Unit: store*,   \i.,ii>ii lonny
ii'ldres.on r.cdjit of |,i in-   'i ill, 8C0HUM. IIKUO
Co., SI. Catharine.. Otitnrto.
PH0SPH0N0L FOR WHanX'.
for Nerve snd tir*.n; iucrtimrs "nuy mutter':
r» Tanlc-wiU build you uy.  |U a U>x, ur two for
1wMim»IMMCa.,iiiuiMriH%<MHk THURSDAY,  MAY  22ud,  ISIS
THE CRANBROOK  HERALD
PAOB.TMWI
PEARLS
IN VOGUE
One of the most favored ed ladles neck nrna-
mentB is u string of
beautiful pearls.
PEARLS represent the
raoBt beautiful In Jew
clry. They harmonise
with every color anil
add warmth and time
to any complexion.
Owing to the keen demand for pearl strings
wo linve provided a
targe assortment of the
host the market affords
Nn prettier (flJL.— "0
Hirer purchase for one
self limn a string of
these fine pearls.
ut. fi. uiicson
jo wrier
See Us
for
Lawn Mowers
and
Lawn Rakes
F. PARKS & CO.
Hardware & Mill Supplies
Cranbrook,    ■    tt. C
BLOOD POISONING
(iamiin stf-zva Oi! a Saf» Hrrt Aid TnataMt
How otten lockjaw and blood
poisoning result from tlie neglect
ot a slight scratch or little cut! Hamlin's wizard Oil is a safe and effec-
tivt- firs» aid treatment. It is a powerful antiseptic and should be applied immediately to wounds of this
kind to prevent danger of infection.
It is soothing and healing and
qtiickly drives out pain and inflammation in cases of sprains, bruises,
cuii*. burns, bites and stings. Just as
reliable, too, for stilt neck, sore feet,
zoU\ sores, ranker sores, earache and
toothache
(.ict it from druggists for 30 cents.
ft not satisfied return the bottle and
get vour money back-
Ever constipated or have sick
headache? ** lust try Wizard Liver
\\ l.ip-- pleasant little pink pills, 30
cents.   C.uaranteed.
JONES & DORIS
CONTRACTORS &
BUILDERS
PIIOIfK     ■     3SII   or   llll
Noal Piola
General Contractor In
LATHING, l-I.ASTKH, MUCK
STUM: * CEMUKT WORK
p 0, Hex 818 Pernie, n. C.
P. ti tins 71 - Cranbrook, I), C.
When in Cranbrook
The Place To Eat
is at
Alex Hurry's
Tables   in Connection
Hurry's White Lunch
plans, sr'i I'livnuvs,
I SI'IM Al KS   AND
SI'PKHIM'KXIIAMU
Iteinoilelllna anil lleimirs a
Slier Ially.
J.    K.    llll'11(11 OFT
CltAMlItOOK
FARMERS'  IN8TITCTE
llcitnlur Meetlnir
SECOND  SATITillAY ot encli
month nt '.' p.m. In tlte Clly Hall
>ocal and Personal
Insure with Heale & Elweli.
Kllby frames pictures.   Plione 9.
Mr. A. Ashworth was-Id Fernie yrs-
t .-nhiy on business.
Wanted—A competent nurse; apply
to Mrs. F. W. Green. 20-tf.
Mr. H. W. Miller has disponed of
Ills   jitney business.
Is your subscription paid to tho
Herald? If not, now Is a good tiim1
to pay it.
Miss McU-od Iiuh pure tinned a baby-
nix McLaughlin car from the local
Dgonts, tho Hanson Garage.
Wnutwl- 1.:.,..up! Lined ftefrlgarnlir
rocond IuuhI, Mi.fl' Ih1 in good coiull
tin..   Phon.' (up tlO'oW Office.     ttt*,
Miss Mnrfoi waiiiiiKor is spending
bcr holidays al Cuslliwir thp micst of
MIhh (J. Farmer.
Mr. W. Hondo nrrlvod homo on Tuesday iirter having boen in Franco Tor
ov-er three years.
For Sale—J. and .1. Taylor safe in
Kood condition, Apply tn l»- Runm &
Co., UA. 20-tf
At Baptist Church Thursday (tonight) at 8 o'clock, the closing meeting, when Rov. F. W. Dafoe will speak
on "The Arfa as a Type of Christ."
Strawberries—Pedigreed   slrawber-
ry plants: Senator Dunlap nnd Ma-
goon. Hardy, northern grown stock.
Monrad Wlgen, Wynndel.
Llent. Art Crowe of the R. A. F. returned home today. He left her with
the 54tli and saw considerable service.
He later transferred to the air force.
Rev. J. P. Sinclair occupied the
pulpit of the Baptist Church Lethbrldge last Sunday in place of Rev.
F, W. Dafoe who visited Cranbrook.
Wanted—A cord wood sawing outfit or 5 h.p. gasoline engine only, must
be in -good shape and reasonable.—A.
Herniman, Cranbrook. It*
Owing to tbe variety and length Of
the program prepared for Empire Day
thc Women's Institute have decided to
entertain tlie school children on the
King's birthday, June 3rd. Details will
be announced iu next week's issue.
It Is hoped to give the children a
motor run and Lieut. Harris has offered his valuable services in arranging sports,
Fifty second band sewing machines,
in good running order. most of them
drop   heads,   for   sale   cheap   at   tbe
Singer store, phone 157. 2*mly ,
The result of th.- East or Ball, as
published last week, was nf itself   a
KiifriHeui  commendation  tor the or-
gunizei's  as well  us those  who con-j
irlbuted to tho work    Tho Sisters of i
Eugene wish to express tlieir high;
appreciation for ihis murk of kindly
Interest shown in behalf of   their Institution nnd extend their sentiment-*
1 deepest, gratitude to all those whn
have helped to make of li    such   a
grand success.
The sisters or si. Eugene.I
Piano and Theory lessons by
arrangement. Phone 404 or box:
428—Mrs. Van Braam, 237 Burwell Avenue. 46-tf.
The Edison Theatre is now ready:
for dances, is beautifully fitted with
mirrors nnd shaded lights, and floor
is of the best maple and in perfect
condition now. Supper can be had ou
the stage. Hall is 76 feet. long, whicli j
makes it good for round dancing and
we aro out to please the people of
Crnnbrook both witli the hall and
music. We will run a series of dan-,
cos with full orchestra a little later.'
Prices will be right nnd tlie music the
best. —R .U\ Edmondson.
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
Bale at the Singer store for five |
dollars cash and $3.00 monthly. We
will take your old machine lit part
payment.   Phone 167. 2-mly
ony hut scattered among civilian settlors, checkered Uko tho C.P.R; land
| settlement nn tlie prairies     That may
I work "ut all right lu B.C., but on tho:
prairies it worked a great hardship
I lor the settlers but proved a good j
1 thine for tho speculator*
( Will Ol   THANKS
Mr W .1 Stewart desires t i thank
he many friends who showed their
ympathy with himself and family in
heir recent sad bereavement and tor
he ntany beautiful floral tributes.
How about your office stationery?
If you want to get a renewed supply
we can do it for you with neatness
and despatch.
Lost—On Friday night, May 9th, be-
t ween  Rex Theatre and  Blnning's
studio, stick pin Initial P.   Finder return to Herald Office. it*
For Sale—In Slatersville two 4-room
ed bouses on 88 ft. frontage, city water and wood shed. Apply Mrs. Kelsey.
2X-8t*
The Ladles Aid Society of the Methodist Church will hold a Cookery Sale
and Afternoon Tea on Saturday afternoon. May 31st. at 3 p.m. in tbe Gym.
Mr. Evans, who/? home ls in Kimberley, returned to the city today after having seen three years service
with the naval patrol attached to
Ofbrnltor station.
Primary  and  Kindergarten
school: Principal,  Miss  Rum-
Burwell avenue.   For par-
2m.
say
tieulars phone 357.
J. P. Lewis
KIMBKIU.f.V, B. C.
I have Just Installed ■ flgso-
Hne Service Tank and will be
gild tn till your orders.
Let us supply you also with
OILS, TIRKS, NMAM. FORD
HK1MIR8, ETC.
The O. 1. A. to B. of L. E. will hold
a sale of work at the Maple Hall on
the afternoon of Oct. 31st.   Dance In
the evening.   Purtbei partieou **. t
follow. t
ForSale—Cheap second hand three
oven French range, complete with hot
water tank, guaranteed tn good working order. Apply box 54, Cranbrook,
n. C; also a limited number of sash
and doors of various sizes and a quan-
t ity of other building material.
Fancy and Ball-room Dancing taught, For particulars
phone 404 or box 428.— Mn.
Van Braam. 46-tf
Mr. Morton. Mr. Adlard nnd Mrs. T.
('. Phillips nre in Vancouver, delegates to the Methodist Conference
there, and are expected to return
home the end of the week. This Is
the first time In the history of the
conference that lady delegates have
boen present.
The following books have been kindly presented to tbe High School by
Mrs. J. Morro:—Rob Roy, The King of
Diamonds (Tracy), Among the Humorists and After Dinner Speakers (Vols
1, 2, 3). The MiBsloncr (Oppenhelm),
Tho Queen's Advocate, Prue and I, The
Impostor. Mrs. Fallowfield's Fortune.
LEG SORE
A huge Bore—very deep—full of
foul discharge. Agony all day;
rest at night. Then—just a few drops
ot the gentle, cooling liquid, D.D.D.
Irritation and pain gone. Sweet, refreshing sleep at night. In due tlmo,
complete cure. We guarantee D.D.D.
Crnnbrook Drug and Book Co.
Two members of the Provincial
Land Settlement Board, Chairman
Neelins and C. H- Ward, met n small
representation of the Board of Trade
in the city hail lasl Friday evening.
The chairman promised that any suggestion that would be made lo the
Land Settlement Hoard in regard to
settling soldiers nn laud iu this vicinity would be recommended by the
Hnard to the Government. The district Is in be organized from Die
standpoint of settling up the vacant
lands in the neighborhood, The policy
is nni  to settle the soldiers iu a col-
lCnockers, naggers aud bluffers belong to the same lodge, and they]
meet in continuous session, Tbey have
no friends, tbe dues are high, and!
there are no death benefits Who
wants tn belong?
Invest Victory Bond interest in War
Savings Stamps.
I'ltlllt:  OF  THE   ft'EST
KNITTED GOODS
Hrlll8h.Colunihin.Madc
It ii > at Ilniuo
Hackiiy,   Smith,   Itlalr & r«
Vancouver* IM',
MISTAKES
When a plumber makes a ihisttke,
he charges time for it. When n lawyer makes a mistake, It's just what
he wanted. When a carpenter makes
a mistake, it's just what he expected,
because the chances are ten to one
he never learned his business When
an electrician makes a mistake, he
blames it on induction, because nobody
knows what thnt it. Wtien a doctor]
makes a mistake, he buries it. When
a judige makes a mistake, tt becomes
the law of the land. When a preach-,
er makes a mistake, nobody knows
the difference.
But a PRINTER—lie Is different; he
has to be careful, he cannot turn his!
mistakes into profit or blame them on
a profession, he must do the job over.
1 Gold
ft "ivy .,-,     ,— •* .1
hf£2%£2£S» '•JV-
Figure out your weekly soap cost and
then compare it with what your cost would
be if you were using Gold Soap. Although
it costs no more than ordinary soap, Gold
Soap comes in much bigger cakes. It is
so much better that each ounce does more
work and lasts longer. A week's trial
and a comparison of costs will make you
a continuous user of Gold Soap.
Gold Soap is mads in the Procter & Gamble Factories
at Hamilton, Canada
G
Old
SofcP
Tobuudj^urselfupwhw
yon feel run down—to
bring back health, appetite
and strength—take
Monfo
m
UtMlS^U o* •» Mxikia. (a IU V/orU
Mi nMrrwMr*- U bosw,2Sc
Easily Cleared Land
AT OWNERS PRICE
Adjoining Railrood Station
'.'.VI ACRES AT IM-08 PER ACRE
200 ACHES AT HU5.IMI PER ACRE
1180 ACIIDS AT #10.00 I'Eli ACRE
Hlver Frontage.     Nn Improvements.
F. A. RUSSELL,      Y.  ..A. Bldg.
CltAMlItOOK. II. C.
CHEVROLET '490s
$1075.00
BABY GRAND SPECIAL   -   -   $1685.00
Dodge Bros. Cars   -   $1835.00
PRICKS  E.O.I).  CRANBROOK
Carload of CHEVIIOLETS arriving nexl week Inelnding 'HiiIij Grnnil Specials'
The KOOTENAY Garage
AGENTS
PHONE   147
Chicago Foot
Specialist is
Coming Here
At considerable expense and trouble, we have ar?
ranged for a (oot expert to be at this store
Saturday, May 31st, 1919
for the convenience of foot sufferers.
Examination   and Advice Free
Let  Your Foot
No Mart      TO )*.''C'W     Come ForthonJCain
Hurting Feel V®] ?PS Complete Comfort
This expert, who is one of the Staff of Dr. Wm. Mi Scholl,
the noted specialist and recognized foot authority is Me
to tell at once what the real cause of your foot trouble is.
He knows feet as a dentist does teeth or as an architect
does houses.
Tfwvisa
DC Scholl
Applivice orjfaufyJfrRwRolrlimiim
No matter how simple or how seiious your foot trouble
is, he can tell yon land ihow you) him to sain
Immediate Relief
and a rapid correction of the difficulty.   Remember the
dates.   Be «ure to come in.   Everybody welcome.
Fink Mercantile Co.
"Watch fburfMT
All
three brands
sealed in air-tight
packages.   Easy to find —
it is on sale
everywhere.
Look for. ask tor.
be sure  to set
WRIGLEYS
The
Greatest Name
in Goody-Land
i^nEMKL
\SPEARMINT
SCALED TIGHT
fc_ **_a      Mime, in cminm em M
Tbe Flavour Lasts
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
ol Canada Limited
(Wires, Smelting and Refining Department
TRAIL, BRITISH COLUMBIA
SMELTERS     AMI     REFINERS
I'lirehnsers nf finlil, Silver, Copper and Lead Ore*
Prnilueers nf Gold. Sliver, Copper, Hluestnne. Pig Lead aad
Speller "TAItANAC" Brand. PACK   SIS
THE      CRANBIIOOK       HERALD
THURSDAY,  MAY   22uil.  1019
9S?asJ5'$-*   v'
33S?
THK GREAT
i -^h i.ia-im/i. -'i-.i*•"'■■ -•" - •"-"' w-t ■**.'.^ittiiai. **«-'i
AND
ratt
irb
Tli
e
■  '•
FRI. ;& SAT.
MAY 23 & 2 '■
in "Toys of Fate"*
ckle in "Oh! Doctor"
The special attractions booked by the Rex Theatre for
Cranbrook's Celebration.   Music  by our own select
Rex Orchestra.
Prices: Adults 35c Children 20c
eeyfeem.
«*tf»-*l   et\fem   ,r\f,e,,,t}feee,..r)f,m.*r\f,m    r\f,m   i^»,i^m»i*|*»Q
The Sale That Has Met With the
. Approval of All Who Have Visit- ;,
; ed Our Demonstration jB
flags*
CltAMUlOOK METHODIST
yocxg I'l.oi'i.K's society
Thc  usual mealing  wo    In id   In "'
night, when an atltln ■> ■ -0 i
Uev. C. I>. chirk .j I»n
Nations."  Mr. Clhrk out! n ■- i
Ions movements whicli Imve led u   ti
tho concepttqfa now being   rj
kl.o the Lej&ue ol Malloi      li   i
very inter^fHlnjf   artdrt. i,
thoroughly ap\>rtti'ian-u by tl    m
ben**. '''''..
Through attv;vnfortunate mix i .
appointments, the ''■■■■:- i - mcotl
next week Ims HM to he changed   i
Tuesday; on thai ..*■>  (May 27th)   i
lecture will be given by Lieut, E. Hey
wood,  P. it. G. s..   i i "n   "The   Silenl
Navy."   Lieut   Heyw   >tl Is -1 loctu
ot widely known al th)  both in t \    .
and tho Oil Cum tc hi ■! com i
by tlif authority of tho BrltlB i Mlu- ,
istry of Information     His loctur i
Tuesday will Include a gem ral n   in i |
o£ the work ol the Brills!. Navy,
a particular description ol the Imlth
orthe Falkland Islands, Jutland  ai d
tho 'Sydney' vermis 'HJmden.'    II  wlU
be Illustrated by 130 original lantern
slides uud as stated before I.i. ut   He;
wood speaks with authorltj
should miss* this unique oj porti ill)   I
hearing first-hand of the worl
of tho most Importanl  I i ■>■■    I
tinderstood factors In tl o \ Innl       il
tho war.   The admission I   oi ly
tickets may be obtained from an)
the members of thp Young Peoph
Society.
thk roiti'oitvrn.N of the t*r
IM   CRANBHOOK
NOTICE TO HATEPAVEIIS
Since Hie Tax Noll* e   imve been
sued   some   i on idorKhle    i rilich
Imve heen directod ngalnsl t;-' f'oi
ell on account of tho Increased Ti
atlon fot* the current year.   A br
glance at tlie Tax Notice Itseir, v,
nets forth tho apl ortloumeni of
rate of 39  mills should  bo i   Id
that fliOBO criticisms are nol oi ly i
mature hut unfair.
lt will be seen thai lin D lienl
Rate is 15.5, and the BC*hooi i to I
which together total 27.2 mill . 0
these two Items the count il Imi >■
control. The fonnor b ilng thi li
amount necessary to provide ititi I
and sinking funds to n i el mono) .
Laws which Imve all received tho
sent of the Ratepayers themselve
rn   rtnto for t
;   Cor   all   .'Hut
Department,
departments it
liHO Hi i Eollowii
ienl $5050; Kin
eluding
ity   Offii
seen hy adding ti
which can well hi
;*poao of t'.1" councils of thai period wisely do-
id It u res oiiled owing to tlie extraordinary con-
itlf-lpat- ditions then existing to only do such
addition repair work whicli was absolutely ..,--
l i.i re coBsary. Por iustanco the osllmato of
ttdire. l 1915 for streets and bridges called for
the sum 3200; for 101(1 $1100; ror 1917 $2500,
- totnll-   for 1918 $3050.
II  musi  further be horn in mln 1
il show   -.-..A a  con Iderinig our  present  rate
'i>i-mn     vith thai  of former years that   our
curtail-    ourcea of revenue from other   than
iiireii  taxation hns been considerably
Mimic-   curtailed, and further thnt wages nil
Police     otind Imve heen Increased owing to
nd Cit)   the high cosi of living,
lolutol)       it is impossible to go moro minutely
ly mun-  into :;lt the raclors of taxation in tiie
opera-  brier space ai our disposal, hut we
will be  reel that any fair minded citizen after
[sums,  rending our explanation of the 1919
Deport   Tax Hale, will admit the Council have
1000.00")   nol been reckless in their Estimates.
..lulling       It' at the end of their term of office
lanltor)   il   is found  thai   lhe money ut their
disposal   hns  been   foolishly  or   un-
■gos aro j wisely expended they are willing   to
.riming,    boulder tho blame, bul at the proa's*  fuel,  ont tiiey desire to take a very strong
j stand against the unin tell Igenl crltl-
lalntuin   risms which are levied against them,
j leins      The Ratepayers are asked to bear
■lurposeilu  mind  thai   the  Mayor and  Aider-
in devote many hours to the aiteu-
m of the City's affairs, giving nil
itters llteir fair and unbiased con-
ievotion,   working at all  times  for
■ benefit of Cranhrook to the best
tholr ability, without fee or eniolu-
int, some indeed at times nl a poc-
la-ry loss to themselves,
THE MAYOR and ALDERMEN
of the Corporation of the City
]).,_ of Cranbrook, B, C.
mnt   Cranbrook, it. C, May 22,1J>1J>.
It"
no i
of which may or
ed. The Balanc.
will be carried
022.14,  whicli is
open to tlit* con-
tor grants, the
* or may not be
ii. IV. V. A.   NOTES
RETURNED   MEN!    Don'l   forget
hat you should be on hand for   tho
larado on Saturday 24th IX UNIFORM
The  nexl   regular meeting will   be
I hold on Sunday. June 1st.   Come out
and express your wishes on the i\ues-
tions to be intrusted to our delegate,
i for presentation to tho Joint Conven-
; tion.
Good progress is bolng made with
'■',i-       , "J.,!.,. \ i    the alterations, and improvements tn
eel sprinkling aro exjiecicd to ■
. r tprmn , , I the rooms and  wo hope to announce
.00, leaving a sum of M.ixin im . ' .
i    ,. ■ i,   nnPa an a i   hniifi I lJ'nna 'or nu opening before long.
th
I.
of
of
id to hi
;d liv
r-jfc,;'^*--.:.-.*>3ii*: '■
Big SPECIAL Feature [
In order thai none may miss il
At Regular Prices
Our treat lo patrons, come and bringyour friends
REX"'THEATRE
MONDAY aid TUESDAY
May 26 & 27 at 7.30 & 9.15
Matinee Monday at 4.15
Lauren.cc Reed in
QUEEN'S
UNIVERSITY
KINGSTON,
Ontario
ARTS
Part of the Arts course mny be covered by
cor respond encp.
MEDICINE EDUCATION
APPLIED SCIENCE
Mining, Chemical, Civil,
Mechanical  and  Electrical
Engineering
SUMMER SCHOOL      NAVIGATION SCHOOL
July nnd August. December to April
20        GEO. Y. CHOWH, Registrar.
Screens may cost money, but thoy
are cheap wbon compared to doctors'
bill* and Rickneaa. it in tlmo now to
be thinking of ihe comploto screening
ni your homo, If it is a permanent
homo have all-over made screens on
tho main windows. If it is only a
rented home see thnt tho screens fit
us well ns the little adjustable screens
• un. If there is n baby lt is tlmo lo
buy ten yards ol' white barred mosquito netting und be ready for the
warm days when lhe carriage must
lie covered.
Three
SPECIALS
BUNGALOW APRONS
& HOUSE DRESSES
NO. 1 HOUSE DRESS—
Miulc a I (iniillty iiorcnle,
slaes llll lu. to '2 In.
Price       $1.25
SO. *• HOUSE DRESS—
Good i|iinlll.v percale, trim.
nii'il (.-nods contracting col*
iii>. size llll lo 12.
Price
$1.50
Ml. !1 SEW STYLE BUNGALOW APRON—
licit. Buttons al front, the
wiiisl slightly tilled nt In" k.
Sizes 11(1 lo 12.
Price
$1.00
Chas. EMSL1E
CRANBROOK,    ■   •    B. C.
m
A saving of one-fourth lhe regular price mi ileiientliiiile nierebaii-
ilise Is nut tn lie iivcrlinikcil hy Ihe sensible economic huyer.
Our liiulies' Suits, Skills, ('nuts nml Olie-Ploce Dresses would (In
ereilll In nny Clly nml while the snle lusts nre being offered nt one-qunr-
ler. 25 per cent, off lhe reirulnr prices.
We pusseil lulu stock today n hunch of Ihe newest nml most iip-ln-
the minute Sovclty t'ollnrs for l.ndles, nil nl sacrifice prices. Ask In
lie shown Ihis line.
Children's Dresses, Itompurs, and Middles, speeiully priced liofnre,
nre IidIiij.' slaughtered nt one-fourth off.
Indies', Misses' nml Children's Shoes nre lielnir sold nl Ihe snme
discount—86 per cent. off.
All onr English nnd Canadian Prints nre iieinu sold nt *!.*>r.pcr yard
All our l.ndles,' Misses' umi Children's Summer I'nilerweur, separate and in combination, to lie sacrificed.
til) Ladies' Itlouso Waists in Voiles, slightly dusted, nil siy.es, regularly priced nl from sfii.illl to *l.'.'."i: snle price 05c.
THIS STORE Wll.l, OPES OS SATURDAY, MAY 84TII FROM
(I O'CLOCK TO S..1II P. JI.
W. D. HILL
THE EXCLUSIVE LADIES, MISSES AM) CHILDREN'S WEAR STORE
QWl>"«»*^.»MiVl>»,«'%/V*--«W>r,»»-*/l>-"«»W' M<^»''«.vi^i|M'^l/-»"^*Tft-*->"<lft'-* "-V^i-y
GRAND
DANCE
AT
Wycliffe
Fri. June 6,19
Proceeds for local
Red Cross branch
$1 per couple
Extra,. Lady       50c
DON'T MISS
Hearing the Wonderful Silver-Throated
Starr Phonograph
or EDISON'S Re-CREATED MUSIC
CRANBROOK DRUG & BOOK CO'Y
r^&n&fi&t*
W. .1. ATCHISON; Mgr.
Uni   I'liniie 74.
Muht flume SWi
"T0=DAY"
THAT'S THB TITLE
Of the Special Photo Drama Basscd on Ihe ,t;real
Lesson Play of Women's Daring Vanity.
It takes you into the Gayest Ouar'crs ofa Large
City, Opens your eye:; to the Realization that a
Woman's Love is predominent over the temporary appetite lor ill-gotten finery. Nothing of"
fensive, but a wonderful lesson, so interesting
that you will go out of the Theatre and tell every
triend you meet to see it.
WANT ADS.
Till: STAB SECOND  HAM)   STOKE
We nre always nl. tho oilier end ur
Phono 0. For anything in Uie furniture line—it you want to buy. sell or
oxchango, ring Plume !..
(inila
■ $4.00
Bplentlirt tone nnd
Piano, i
condition— $285.
Mow   Williams   Sewing   Machine
tradle, perfect order $12.00.
lethbridce'daiiy herald
WILI, KEEP VOU POSTED ON NEWS, PB06HESS
DEVEL0P3n5NT OF TIIE TOWNS AMI
COMMINITIES ALONG THE
CROWS NEST  PASS
TO BRITISH COLUMBIA RESIDENTS-
Three .Months for Ono Dollar
Six Months for Two Dollars
Fifteen Months for Five dollars
Mail Ihis coupon with   money to Lethbridge Herald.
LETHBRIDGE  HERALD, Lethbrldge, II. C.
Enclosed find % (nr which send the Lillilirliliii- Dully
lliiiilil fur   month*.
Jinme 	
Address  	
\stAp •"Ar fAi" fAi" *s*Ar,"t*Ai" —Af" •*»Ar» ^^^E^
J'
Magnificent (>;ili Dining Tallin, flvi
lonvcs $17.11(1
Sideboard lo mutch ?211.on.
QlobO'Wernoch  booh   mst1.    wtth
desk sMtlon $20.00.
Orgnn -nine sinjts. good tone, ?M..
linnj.i   82 brackets, niciiil rim |5.00 M
Biding Saddle   Splendid condition 1
Prlco if l-l.oo.
More Bread &
Better Bread
liS==
INTRODUOINQ
Hnrnoati, (lomi iih new $1!
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
Effective Ailgnsl I8,-101H, there v
service.   Times for hiiins nl {rnnl
Jin. (IT
11.80 p.m.            l.v. Medh Ino I
12.00 Xoon             Ar. Cranbro
12.16 p.m.               l.v. i rnnhroi
3.46 p.m.             Ar, Kootenai  La
N». 885—llnll) ex. Sim
7.00 a.m.               l.v. ( ranbroo
0.0U a.m.             Ar, Klmberlii-
Ne. Hit .Mm il Thurs
B.00 a.m.              l.v. tlranbroo
8.00 p.m.              Ar. Allialmei
Tiles, nn,I Prl.
0.00 n.m.               l.v. Atlmlniei
11.00 n.m.            Ar, Qoldon
CHANGE IN
Train Service
11 ho n geuenil chnngc In train
imk will lies
.Nn. lis
e Hat             Ar. 0.26 a.m.
l.v. 4.06 ii.m.
Av. 3.60 p.m.
Lv. 11,20 n.m.
No, SSI Dull) ex. Sim.
Ar. 2.20 p.m.
l.v. 11.nn n.in.
Nn. hii, tVcil. nnd Sill.
p.
BIG DAf'CE
At WARDNER
under the auspices nf the
tJim.S' iiaski:tiiai,i, tkaji
— nn —
Wed. May 28th
Music by—
"Cranbrook Orchestra"
Tickets    $1.00
if
I"
t
King's Quality Flour
Made from the BEST WHEAT
12,non Barrels Pally
Produced by
MAPLE LEAK MILLINO CO.
Largest Flour Milling Co. In
Canada
Branch at Medicine Hat—
Iletlley Shaw Milling Co.
Cranbrook Trading Co j \
i ! AGENTS
QVw   H/tui  iiUftM   ir\ftm   ity,*  ,t\f.
ttytm tmmm »V»
MINERS. PROSPECTORS
Mine Owners
THE CRANBROOK BOARD OE TRADE
will exhibit samples of Ore from this
Mining District, nt the Mining Convention to lie held in Nelson, on
June 19th Inst.
If Vou want the benefit of this advertising before the large number of .Mining
Men who will attend this ronention,
send samples of your ores nl once—.">
nr 1(1 lbs—with the name and location
nnd ownership of the mine or prospect
to E. II. McPliee. Crauhrook, 11. C.
THIS IS A INIQl'E OPPORTl'NITY TO LAV VOCH
PROPOSITION   BEFORE   PROSPECTIVE   BUYERS.
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF IT AT ONCE.
I'
I*
i.
;■
*•
LAND OWNERS & Returned Soldiers
TO ASSIST RETURNED SOLDIERS IN
SECURING SATISFACTORY LOCATIONS, and ns the Soldiers' Und Settlement Board will deal only wllh bona fide
owners, the Crnnbrooli Board of Trade
will accept listings of any properties for
sale lu the district. Those lists lo be for
the sole use of returned men desiring
farm lands.
FOR LISTING FORMS APPLY TO—
W. M. HARRIS
Sec'y Board of Trade
Cranhrook, B.  C.
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