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THE CRANBROOK HERALD
VOLUME 20
CRANBROOK,    UIUT1SI! COLUMBIA,
THURSDAY, JULY 1STII. 1918
' provincial u*%"{M *..* NUMBER 27
,     urltlstl < on      1	
HELP    TO    WIN    THE    WAR    BY    ECONOMY    AND    PRODUCTION
L
seen these streets when the
crowds were just burning up the
sidewalks." A little later John
Martin remarked: "when the
old board sidewalks were in vogue I have Been the crowds so
1I thick that ll was impossible to
push n way   through    them.,, ~-   -
Rancher dels Kibs iind Thigh | Well be assured my laddy-bucks Mm Found n«d in Shack
Broken and  Is filially In
E
jurtd.
A yinitiK rancher >>y the niimu of
Kluelwooil waa liiitloil lo tloiithoo Hlll-
iirilay lual liy n bull wllioh lie waa
watering,
Tin' young man had taken thu bull
io the water trough to Rlvu him a drink
Wblli. Iho animal was drinking Ih"
llii's bothertMl him and young Fleetwood tried to hruuli them of. Tnia en-
ruKcd ihf bull. Who turned ami hutted
hm. knocking him down and smashing
nine of hla ribs, broke u thigh and
otlterwiae multreated him. The bull
uuahed him under tlie trough and before Die wild animal could be mibdued
ho nearly did for the unfortunate
young rancher.
Dr. Green waa called to attend him
but nothing could he done to save his
life and lie succumbed to his Injuries
about ten hours after the unfortunate
occurrence took place.
The accident took place at Minne
nana ranch, Mayoop Howard Fleetwood was about 35 years old and single. The funeral took place to the
Cranbrook public cemetery on Tuesday. The bull that has done so much
damage to human life has been killed.
thill Baker street in Cranbrook
will come iuto its own again
and ul no distant date, t'ran-
liniok is nol Ihe only clly in lhe
great west of Canada thut has
lost Its crowds. The dropping off
of Ihe crowds has been Ihe rule
throughout all Ibe west.    Hut
Case ot Suicide While in a
Despondent Mood.
John busk was found dead on the
floor of hi. shack about three miles
from town on Monday morning by his
neighbor's daughter.
Miss Undquist went to the shack on
THE CUB REPORTER ON
IIIS WEEKLY ROUNDS
Between services on Sunday
the cub reporter was around
calling on the friends of this
great family journal, visiting
the sick as it were, and he reports a vast improvement In the
health of some of those who are
afflicted with myopia, that is
with an affection of the eyesight that gives a bluish tinge
ttt everything they see ln a
couple of weeks more, the rosy
Jme .will J>e predominant—
that's a big word for the cub
but Noah Webster can explain
it to you if you just look him
up.
While on his rounds, the cub
came accioss one of the soldiers
of the King, a hero who had
seen active service In France,
.got his'n after given Ihe Huns
llieir'n anil was invalided home.
He returned last March, but the
patriot ie reception committee
he says, don't know that he's
back yet. He says the renson Is
Ihat he doesn't wear white
shoes, part his hair in the middle and perfume his hide with
the attar of heliotrope, but instead wears course horse hide
or mule hide servicable boots
and covers bis cranium with a
chauffer's cap with n city tag
on II. 'the cub cant say wether
he parted bis hair iu the middle
nr If be had any hair to part
for Ihat matter lie was old enough, however- to have been
snatched bald-beaded long ago)
We think he Is mistaken as to
the reason, al any rale it goes
without saying Ihat Ihat should
not be Ihe reason. Now is the
lime lo sound tbe warning
against till such vanity of vanities as to make fisli of one returned hero and flesh of another. The nation and the empire
owe too grent a debt to Ihe man
who has taken bis life iu bis
hands and faced death on the
bloody battlefields of Europe lo
draw lhe social Hue. but If that
line must be drawn Ihe descrl-
minatlon must be in favor ot
the men who will again become
the actual producers of the nation's wealth and not of those
who merely consume it. Make
no mistake, ladles and gentlemen, the old has been thrown
In the melting pot and behold
all things are to be new again.
Cranbrook Is regaining Its old Monday morning as usual to deliver
time vigor. Its attractions are1 the morning's milk. When she opened
of a permanent nature. Its the door 8he tomi Busk °" "le ao0'
crowds will come back again ""d «PP"«»"r ««^She w.. at.rt.
° led at the ghastly spectacle and hur-
both sight-seers and Bhoppers. \ rled home l0 „n her -„„,,. wnat ,he
Cranbrook's hotel registers on'saw.
Saturday    night   contained   a!    Mr. l.lndqulst   phone in   for   Con.
great many names   of   people' K«". "ho accompanied hy Dr. Green,
who had come to do their shop-' went out ,0 SM lhe body' and afu,r
„i_- n„j „_,„„ .u ....    ..       ' satisfying themselves that It was not
ping and enjoy the attractions .       .,    ...    u , ...   .. .
' * * ««■•■>  a CMe o( mllr()er t|,ey |,ad the body
of a Clean  and attractive city.; removed to F. M. Mcpherson's under-
rhey came from all the near- taking parlors.
by (owns and districts. It Is a     a Jury was called together to hold
great, relief to get away from an Inquest on Tuesday afternoon, with
the mosquitoes, the smudge the' Dr °Ken as cmmer-The l<u"» con8,s-
cabin, bungalow or bunk house * " VmT^' ITT '""l!
, .       ° ,, Armour, J. McDonald J. McLean, and
for a breathing   spell   once   a I John Manning and R.' P. Moffat,
week  and  enjoy the pictures, t    After hearing the evidence the Jury
well lighted streets  and  other  brougot In a verdict that the dead
pleasures of an up-to-date little
city. Come again everybody we.<"lff™^*'
are always glad to see you and
will give you a right royal welcome.
(itt AcroraT* PASSED
AT THE LAST MEETING
The following accounts were ordered to be paid:
Beattle-Murphy Co. Ltd 2.55
rrunbrook   Electric  Light   Co..202.84
cranhrook Sash and Door Co. .. .172.03
rrunbrook Jobbers  Limited 4.00
Curd and Spruell   80.00
Hanson Garage  10.60
Kootenay Telephone Lines  17.60
Little  nnd  Atchison    7.70
Iru Manning Limited   7.70
Mussens   Limited    .4.90
J. Manning  5.20
MacDonald and Nlsbet  80.00
.1   li   McBride  74.85
T   MacVllly and Sons    6.60
Pay Koll.t
City Officials  272.00
Police 385.00
Fire Department  342.
City Engineer 530.
School Board    1676 00
School Board   425.01
Provincial Government 5.50
T, K. Parrett  .22.50
F. Parks and Company  il'i:
e, V".g 'o
Sundr) ' urli payments   *t'0
City Tr.ni.fer hi*'1 Warehouse
Co I rUS
i ranbrook Cartage and Transfer.
Co 106.75
THE W. I. ARE
E
Their Work tireally Appreciated by Ihe Huns Who Area!
Ihe Front.
2464.74
nii(!-*jm-ifi for
I'ltANHkOOI.   ( HAUTAI'QIU
Despondency brought on  by  sickness that he was convinced would kill
A meeting of those Interested in the
success of the coming Chautauqua that
will give a week's high class entertainment here from August 16 to the 22
inclusive, was held In the city hall on
him before long is supposed to be the  Monday afternoon with Harry Wthlte In
SANTA'S HKAI-QUABTERS
cause of ths rash act.
Deceased had $1000 tn the bank and
8230 cash tn hand at the time of his
death, which will be sent to his mother
Iceland, July 1st, 1918  wl,o lives tn Norway.
The Pink Mercantile Co. Ltd. 	
Cranbrook, B. C. OPTIMISM BUILDS
Dear Slrs:-
Yoti, no doubt, will be very much
tlie chair. z
Mr. Lamound. the Chautauqua representative, was present and outlined tlie program, which will be a
most elaborate and Interesting one. He
emphasized the fact that there are sev-
PP A GOOD BUSINESS eral numbers on It of an inspiring pa
--—• trlotic nature.    The program will un
doubtedly   be   one   that   everybody
It's a good job that somebody is op-
surprlsed at hearing from me at this J ttmiatle enough to feel that Cranbrook  ahould hwr «Ad M«. Every number Is
time   but   as   you   Unformed   m.   1...' ■»   "<"   ln   "■•   b""1   "W   th"'
as you  Imformed  me last
.,„,.„, .   .   „w      ,                                : people think it Is.   Kllby, the picture
December, when I was In your More  "'. ,,.„ ,„. ,,„„„,, „,„ h„„.
hat you would eipect me again this
framer, lias just purchased the bulld-
. ing on  Armstrong avenue familiarly
•ear, -thought best to advise you that   known M the old Market, next door
I am making preitarations no* for my
visit to your store on tlie 18th December.
I will do the very best I can but
>n account of the war. prices are so
very high and It Is extremely difficult
to liny any thing, but you rest assur-
to l-ntmore's, to accommodate his
growing business. As soon ns he can
make the necessary alterations he will
occupy ihe premises.
DISTRICT FARMERS INSTITUTE
The District Farmers Institute sit
ed that I wjll have something for the „ng thls WC0K   on   Wednesday   and
good children nf Cranbrook because I ti,,,,,,!,,, has been busy with the re-
"ke them all very much nnd I enjoy s0|„,inns from the different Institutes
my visit with them so much and would of Eas, Kootenay. In attendance are:
not, for tho World, disappoint them. jOSOp|,   Campbell.   McMurdo.  repres-
Ptense tetl them to expect me on the enting Columbia Valley Institute:  H.
usual dalo and that I will write again S. Piatt. Elk Prairie, from Elk Val-
lelilng them  Just what  hour  I  will ley instltute:G. H. Scott, Newgate, in-
nrrlve on the 18th, December stltute: J. H, Hayes, Port Steele ln-
Yottrs very truly. stltute:  A. B. Smith the local Instlt-
Snnta Clans, ute.
a specialty of high class.
The following officers and chair
man of committees were elected:
President—Harry White.
Vice-Presldent-^O. J. Spreull.
Secretary—W. D. Gllrojr,
Treasurer—B. E. Howard..
Chairman of the advertising Committee^—P. W. Burgess.
Chairman of the ticket Committee—
B. E. Howard.
Chairman of the grounds committee
W. E. Worden.
Chairman of the entertainment Committee—W. A. Nlsbet.
Everybody signified their willing
ness to do everything they could to
moke the Chautauqua the big succes
it should be. Buy a season ticket and
enjoy the whole program.
Last monday was pay day. Don't forget tlie Herald subscription account
before your money is all gone.
IB lifts*, II     *lt*HI    ll*l«      ,<aa*l W I S<*A ■ llHa*SW    I HA, a.
The cub says he dld'nt attempt to solicit any business on
Sunday. He was afraid of being
pinched by the Dominion Alliance.
On Saturday evening the cub
was sitting out In front of thc
Herald office watching the
crowds enjoying our wonderful j
climate. A. B. Smith happened j
along and remarked. "I have Q^A*"
d|fW»—»Vy»» ■ s»>Ar m   ■*-*»<» ia»\Am i ay, Q
East Kootenay's
Second Chautauqua
Its Coming. Prepare For It.
The coming of the Second Chautauqua to this district during the week
of August llith lo 22nd has been announced by the Ellison-White circuit.
It is already creating an interest and enthusiasm throughout the entire
district, Following the success of lasl year's undertaking which will
be remembered as the biggest week's educational programme for the
smallest sum ofmoney this year's programme will excel inasmuch as it
will embrace many more entertaining and educational features.
Without a doubt the Chautauqua will be the only big attraction worth
while In this district this season. It is therefore the duty of every
citizen to get in and assist with this work. The secretary, W. D. Gilroy.
will be pleased to furnish all the necessary information to outside parties.
This is your Chautauqua. Encourage it. Boost It. The Chautauqua
spirit should be encouraged. Behind It lies the community spirit, the
good-fellow spirit and the general uplifting spirit which is so much needed in every community.
SEASON TICKETS $250.
CHILDREN TICKETS $1.00
STUDENTS TICKETS $1.50
SOLDIERS IN UNIFORM $1.50
FURTHER   PARTICULARS    LATER. BE   ON   THE LOOKOUT.
AT CRANBROOK, AUGUST 18th TO 22ml
■ *iV   u&i*etki\r**esi\***ttti)tmmtt\   —A   mt%   u-fl-infr'1—**
$
The regular monthly meeting
of Ihe Women's institute was
belli in the Parish Hall ut.
Tuesday afternoon, July 2nd. A
smaller attendance than usual
was accounted for by the beginning of the holiday season.
In absence of the president,
the chair was occupied by Mrs.
G. H. Thompson, vice-president,
dent.
The Secretary-Treasurer's re- j i
port as well as the report of the
various committees showed the
funds of the institute in good
shape, generous donations having been made and a satisfactory balance on hand.
The sum of $15,15 was collected in June for the purchase
of wool for socks and $4.45 for
Ihe Prisoner's Bread fund.
The knitters are working
Bteadily and the number of personal property bags coming in
for sick and wounded soldiers
is very encouraging. Word was
passed along from a nurse in an
English hospital telling how tho
boys appreciate these bags for
ihelr little personal belongings
while they were ill, and the
blighter the bag the more they
seem to like it. A shipment of
from 500 to 700 bags will be
sent from Cranbrook Women's
Inslitute during the coming
week.
Pamphlets were distributed
from the provincial board ot
health containing warninga as
to the dangers and also the
means of prevention of three
very prevalent diseases, measles, diphtheria and typhoid fev-
t. A large proportion of the
car.es of these diseases could be
prevented by the proper care of
children and by isolation where
a case has already developed.
Mr. R. E. Pow gave a very
interesting address on "Education through Play". The education of our children up to the
age of six is almost entirely by
play. After that school studies
begin, with play in the kindergarten term occupying a large
place. Gradually nlay hours give
place to work hours but games
and sports still are necessary | CaWl"
and important. Our large cities
are doing splendid work w th
their supervised playgrounds
and the training in healthful
sport is Invaluable to boys and
girls who might otherwise easily find questionable outlets for
their energies. The more care a
town or city gives to the educa-
t on of its children through play
the less trouble it will have with
mischief loving boys wrecking
houses and making themselves
generally troublesome to the
community at large.
A hearty vote of thanks was
tendered to Mr. Pow for his address.
The children provided the entertainment part, of the program. Which conflated of a
piano solo by Miss Alma Sarvis
a pretty little flower dance by
Misses Marguerite Caven and
Zora McNab, followed by the
sailors' hornpipe as an encore.
Miss Patricia McDermott gave
Tbe Hunting Dance" very effectively, also responding to an
encore. These pupils reflect
great, credit on their teacher
Mrs. Van Braam, who presided
at the piano during the afternoon.
The meeting closed with the
singing of the National Anthem
A sample recipe book has
been received from the Canada
Food Board and anyone wishing a copy of same may have
It by giving her name and address to Mrs. J, W. Burton, secretary. This cook book contains
250 war time recipes and la giv
en free to anyone wishing a
copy. Economical war time I
cooking is of interest to every!
' housekeeper and this is one
good way to "know how".
The prize lists for theannual
flower show to be held August
29th were distributed. A few
more are on hand for any members who did not receive one.
A letter from Bert Mugat-
I'oytl was read acknowledging
receipt of socks sent by the institute. The boys ai the front
thoroughly appreciate these little remembrances from the
folks at home.
F. I, ID FIGHT
Tl GOPHER
The meeting of the Farmer'slns-
thute last Saturday was attended by
about thirty farmers, including visitor-; from Marysvllle and Wasa. Amonf
others, I'-iirost-ntation? were placed in
resolution on the gopher pest. MMf-
ments. open free range for stock and
herd regulations and adopted. A. B.
Smith was elected delegate to the district institute
*\f*m,nl\f>mi*t\f.m,it\f,m..r]ft.ma*1\fi>
t
This week we are featuring
Arrow Shirts
The Shut ol the well drt-ssed man
The color combinations are correct and
uncommon, and the Shirts are made to insure comfort and service-
•    Investigate Their Merits
Good Fast Colors
Perfect Fit
and the Sleeve Length You Want
$1.50 up
Arrow Collars
The best that you can buy. irrespective
of the price you pay.
McCreery Bros.
Cranbrook's Dry Good* and Clothing Store
mtfiji mfl.i m*Ai< isJIi' mm/It   -"A*   wt\> "Q
Arrived at Last
Crocks from 1 Gallon up to
15 Gallons
50 cents to $6.50
Get busy with your Butter and Eggs
J. D. McBRIDE
PHONE s I1AKEK STREET
Notice to Fishermen
IVi: WII.I. GIVE ABSOLUTELY
FREE
FISHING POLE.     FISHING   UNK.     FISHING   REEL,
FISHING LEAVER
WATCH OOB WINDOWS
Tn the one catchlntr the largest Huh with our fishing tackle
from July -.'-.'nil. tn September 22nd.
Ilont furget Atchison's Mosquito Oil ."«0 cents per bottle.
THE   LARGEST   STOCK OF   FISHING   TACKLE   IN
CRANBROOK.
Cranbrook Drug & Book Co.
Day Phone 74     IV. .1. ATCHISON, Mgr.    Night Phone 76 I'AllB TWO
TUB  (IRANBROOK   HERALD
THURSDAY, JULY 18TH, 1918
A   SPECIALITY
One  Try   Will  Convince
You
C   P  I'   W.it-.li Inspectors
Kawortk Bros.
Next iu Post Offleo
Till. HOME BAKERY
Iti.M. Irumv, Pni|i.
• iish llreilll, Cakes, Pies
mul Pastry
Phone 37
Nurttury Ave.       Olip   City H»ll
OVERSEAS CLUB
MeetH In  Muule  Hall aecond
TueHday of every month at 8
p. nl. '
Membership open   to   British
citizens.
Visiting   ni-uilji-re   cordially
welcomed.
B. Y. Brake.        J  V. I-ower,
President. Secretary
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meets In the
I'arlali Hull
llrst Tuesday
iifternonu of
every month
»t :i p.m.
Pres., Mrs. W.
B. McFarlane.
Secy, Mis. J W. Hiirteu, P. 0. Bol62l.
All Indies cordially Invited.
LAIDLAW & BEWOLF
(llll ami Mining Knslneers
It. I". Und Surveyors
CltANBROOK, B. C.
If von want satisfaction
with vour washlne
send it to
MONTANA  LAUNDRY
Sni-ciiil nrices for fatullv
work
(DAS. S.  PARKER
Forwarding  and  Distributing
Agent for
l,< tlilirld.-e and UreeoMU Coal
Imperial Oil Co.
Dlstrbutlon Cars a Specialty.
Urn-lug and Transferring
Olven prompt attention
Phone S3
llrs. Green & MaeKlnnon
Pliysh'iniis and Surireims
Offlet  nt  residence, Armstrong
Avenue
OPPtCB HOURS
Forenoons   9.00 to 10.00
Afternoons   2.00 to   4.00
Evenings  7.30 to   8.30
Sundays   2.30 to   4.30
ORANBROOK, B. 0.
The Shew Specialist
.101: MARAPODI
Nail-faction Guaranteed
.(eadiiuurters fur all kinds of
Repairs
I'. M. MACPHERSON
Undertaker
Ploilli' 3.MI
Norbnrj Aie. nexl le Illy Hall
GOBI) A. SPREULL
Hnrrlsters, Etc.
ff, P. (lord (i. J. Spreull
CIUNBBOOK, II.C.
Montana Restaurant
Heals at All Hours
I'lgnrs, Cigarettes and Candy
CRANBROOK STREET.
Opposite iho Bauk of Commerce
THE CRANHROOK  HERALD
Published every Thursday by
The Cranbrook Herald, Limited
M. A. Beale. Kilitor and Sec'y
W. A. Myers, Bus. Mgr.
SrilSCKIPTlONS PLEASK
Tlie Herald is this week sending out
Its accounts for subscriptions In arrears and we ask our subscribers to
get on the honor roll—tlie paid In ad-
vanee list—by return mail as we must
have the money.
It is our earnest desire lo make the
Herald a paper worth while reading,
not only publishing tlie news of the
district, but In holpuig as well to draw
outside attention to our splendid re-
smirees.
The weekly newspaper is an Indispensable accessory to every live up-
lo-date lown In order tu thrive il must
have Ihe united support of the community iu which and for whose Interests
H is published. The Herald is for Cran*
brook and District surrounding; ure
you for tlie Herald? if you are let us
mark up the label on your paper one
year In advance,
Tlie cost uf news print und other
materials necessary for tlie production
uf a newspaper have ennrmously ln-
ereased. hut our subscription remains
tlie same at Two dollars ]kt annum
in advance, Lu order tu make two ends
meet it is absolutely necessary to liavo
out- subscription list paid In advance.
Subscribers iu arrears are therefore
earnestly requested to respond at once
to our appeal for the payment of these
small accounts.
FLASHES, DOTS and DASHES
Don't shoot your neighbor.
Shoot the mountains of treasure Ihat lie all round you and
circulate their values.
The Doukhobors are not complaining of the high coBt of
living. It costs them only 15
cents a head per day for their
food or fodder.
Don't worry. The Herald is
not going to turn Cranbrook upside down. It is standing firmly on its feet as it is. There is
nut a more substantially built
town for its size in B. C.
Stop! Look! Listen! look out
for the cars. The Post office
corner is a very popular one for
iiulos and may become dangerous if the increasing traffic is
not regulated in some way.
Many of the men who made
Cranbrook the stirring city it
was a few years ago are here
yet. Gentlemen, how did you
do it? Can you do it again?
Think it over.
Bless the Lord, old Hinden-
btii'g is dead. The pity of it Is
that he did not die five years
ago. The Huns will now have
to errect another wooden statue in honor of their second best
murderer and fill il full of nails.
Creston is very proud of the
fact that it is the centre of a
large and prosperous fruit
growing district. They have just
closed a very successful strawberry season and now the
cherries are moving with some
speed. One day last week they
shipped out 150 crates.
Some people think it is up to
them to do today what could
be better done tomorrow and
thereby make a mess of two
days' work. It is a good plan
never try to do today what you
ought to do tomorrow. Ou the
other band it is unwise to put
off ttrrtil tomorrow what you
ought to do today. Sufficient unto the day is the business thereof.
Brother Hayes, of the Creslon Beview, kindly take notice
that the Cranbrook Herald now
conies out on time, and you are
permitted under the new management, as formerly, to clip
from tlie Herald as many of its
breezy items as you require to
give (he snappy tone to the
Beview for which it has earned
a good reputation.
Mrs. Ralph Smith, M. I.. A.,
is occupying a large place iu the
publis eye. She was chairman of
ihe mining convention recently
Held at Revelstoke. No one need
ne surprised if, in the near future, she will become the first
lady of the B. C. cabinet. She
is the best man in the bunch;
so many of her admirers think
and some have the temerity to
affirm.
The Calgary auto club had a
run out to Edmonton the other
day, a distance of about 200
miles. Now we would suggest'
ihat the secretary of Cranbrook's auto club give the Calgary club an invitation to run;
out to Cranbrook and visit!
this delightful little city. Spend
a couple of days with us make
a lew side trips through the picturesque valleys of which Cranbrook is the centre. They would
find the roads excellent, an entire change of scenery and it
would be a most healthful outing. Arrangements could be
made to give them a princely
entertainment—a surfeit of
pleasure.
Bandybuilt's advice to his
son: Get the mun, get it honestly If you can, but get the mun
The same principle is being followed by the military authorities in our sister province of Alberta. Get the men, get them
legally, honestly, hororably if
you can, but get the men. No
stumbling block must be put in
the way of the authorities In
their efforts to get the men that
are required to keep the Canad-
1.0.0.F.
KEV CITV LODGE, No. 42
Meets   every
Monday ulgbt
      at Fraternity
Hall.     Sojourning   Oddfellows
cordially Invited.
10. IT. MclTieo       W   C. Adlard
Secy. N. O.
DR. F. H. MILES
ItKMTIHT
Offleo In Hanson Block
OFFICE HOURS
U to 12. a.m.
1  to   r, p.m.
CRANBROOK, B.C.
subscript ion label marked up a
year in advance. We have many
hundreds of readers now, but
we musi linve four or five hundred more. We have that many
receipts iu our business office
which we will be glad to fill out
in your favor.
PENTH'TON (URLS
WEARING KI.OOMERS
Helping mil  with the  Picking
in' I'liiil During the
Holidays
The fruit picking season having opened with the commencement of the school holidays,
many of the girls have donned
cute suits of overalls and have
engaged to nssist in gathering
the crop. Generally the girls
slai'l off in IHtle groups of fours
and sixes, and "bike" back
to the trull farms nol more
than one m- two miles from
town. Jusi tip to Ihe present
lhere is a certain timidity about
appearing In the streets of the
lown in the regulation D. S. O.
garb, but this is bound to pass
off with the general use of overalls by the women. The girls
are said to be doing good work,
and are less prone    to    "fool
away their time" as one ranch- j
er was heard to remark. The
work is done piecework, of!
course, and many of the more]
experienced make fair wages. I
But aside from this matter of|
money, the change appears to
be very much enjoyed, and is
proving in most instances a
pleasant and withal a profitable holiday.
MARK TWAIN HAD IIIS EVE
OUT FOR THE ADVERTISER
When Mark Twain was editing the "Christian Herald., a
superstitious subscriber once
wrote lliul be had found n spider In his paper, Was II good or
bad luck? Mark replied:
Dear Subscriber: The finding of a spider in your copy of
lhe Herald was neither good
luck nor bad. The spider was
merely looking over our pages
lo find mil what merchant was
not advertising, so thnt it could
spin its web nccross his door
and lead a few and undisturbed
existence forever after.
Following
the sun with
Vision, for a moment, those far off ports
beyond the trackless seas—
From Arctic ice. to the torrid lands
beneath the Southern Cross-
From towns tucked In the mountains, to
the busy river's mouth—
WRIGLEYS is there!
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References, terms moderate.
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DR. DeVAN'S FRENCH PILLS IX.
KtilHtllifc I'll! (or Women. |.'. a box or Hire" (or
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Vltalltyifor Norro nnii Brain; Iiichum "fn.
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two tor IV al ilt-ug sloraa. or b, mall QDlMaret
lli.ilec Uawuuusu Oau. l.'u. II UallillW.
Muilo.
KNIGHTS OP PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, B. G.
Meets every Tuesday at 8 p.m. In
tbe Fraternity Hall
R. C. Carr, 0. 0.
C. H. Collins. K. R. I S.
Visiting bretbren cordially Invited to atUnd
ian forces overseas up to full
strength, but autocratic German
military methods ought to and
must be avoided in carrying out
the military service act. The civil law must be obeyed even by
ihe military authorities. Thej
men overseas want to return to I
a free country not to a Can-j
ada that is being ridden over
rough shod by a military caste
of the blood and iron variety.
"There was a twang to the
paper last week that made
everybody sit up and take notice. You could see it sticking
out a mile".
"Cranbrook needs a paper
that will boost 'er."
"We wish you every success."
"I'll advertise as soon as you
show me that you have the circulation and that you are going
to get out on time. When I advertise specialties to be Bold on
Saturday and the Herald don't
get out until the Tuesday after
It makes a man look a little
foolish.
Some greetings from the public. Theold Herald has a lot of
good friends In town who have
jolly well stayed with it through
thick and thin and who will
continue to support it. It also
has a lot of well wishers who
are guided by business principles and not by sentiment.
These men want results and we
propose to give them what they
want. We are here to serve the
business interests of the community and to dish up a bill of
fate every week to the reading
public that will satisfy the most
abnormal appetite, The basis
of a successful newspaper business is its circulation, therefore
it is up to you gentle reader
to make known the fact that
you are behind the Herald by
getting on the honor roll of our
subscription list—which you
can do by paying up your arrears, If behind, and have your
There, because men find
comfort and refreshment
In Its continued use.
Because of its benefits
and because
"S^iTte Flavour
MADE IN CANADA
SEALED TIGHT-
KEPT RIGHT
'Everybody's Eating It"
Ice Cream
The most economic dessert.
Costs no more than other desserts in money-anil nothing
in time or labor Buy it of
your dealer by pint or quart.
Ask for   "Curlew"
Highest prices mild tur Hides, FurB,
Metals, Sera.) Iron, Bottles, Old Machinery, aud Pipe,—Western Hide ami
Junk Co., Ltd., Calgary, Alta, Reference. Merc-limits Bank.
f
WHICH ROAD ?
YOU MUST CHOOSE ONE
rsSac
THIS
LEADS TO
YOUR L0SSI
THIS
LEADS TO
YOUR GAIN
TAKE NO CHANCES
WITH FIRES
• PUT THEM OUT
*iV  w*A   -"A'  n*ili'  ■"*&   —it* ntltfi mteX   "Mjjl
No Matter Where It's
Punctured
Or in how man) places, •- -      «iU»»«aL.
| mir Vulcanizing will restore to service ngnln.
Next time you meet
I | Willi lire troubles come
here mul try the modern
< ! mid srientil'ie method of
lire repairing.
' '    ONE TEST WILL PROVK   ITS   EFFICIENCY   AND    £
UNDOUBTED ECONOMY
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Cranbrook Vulcan'
izing Works
NEXT noon TO KOOTENAY hahaok
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THERE ABE TWO KINDS OK PRINTERS. ONE
FURNISHES SO MUCH I'APEB AND INK. WHILE
THE OTHER TAKES A I'BIDE IN GIVING YOU
SERVICE AND QUALITY WITH YOUR ORDER-
NO MATTER HOW LARGE Oil HOW SMALL IT
MAY BE.
The Herald
Job  Department
IS EQUIPPED TO HANDLE TO THE BEST POSSIBLE ADVANTAGE WHATEVER MAY BE REQUIRED IN THIS COMMUNITY IN THE WAY Of
NEAT, CLEAN, ATTRACTIVE PRINTING, AND
WILL APPRECIATE YOUR ORDERS.
SOME OF OUR LINES
Catalogs, Booklets, Folders, I'amplets, Stringers, Dodgers, Circulars, Maps, Letterheads, Noteheads, .Billheads. Statements, Envelopes, Business and Pergonal
Cards. Wedding Invitations, and   Soelety   Printing.
Our office is equipped with u Llnotypctherefore     t
wo nre In a position to handle Linotype Composition
for the trade.   We solicit your patronage.
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■nnnmim THURSDAY, JULY 18TH, 1918
THE  CRANBROOK  HERALD
PAflK TURK*.
KKKP YOUR EYES VOIINt)
TO kfc|i the ngtes young
and to safeguard the Health, a rarefnl iintoiteMeal ex-
iimlmi'iiiii shuuld be made
and If ImiierteetluUs exist
they should be corrected by
menus of the proper glass*
es. masses for reading are
always necessary after the
age of I'l 1 have here all the
most modern scientific apparatus for optonietrlcal examination nnd machinery for Ihe
grinding lenses. Yon may
safely trust your eyes to my
rare. My charges are inos'
moderate.
mil). Wllilson
JKWKMIH
ii \ ii 1111111 u/ o!l ii A iii 11 in fun i uti iiitu uia" 'ii $&M
TOWN TOPICS
See our Window
for hoi weather
necessities Oil
Stoves and Canned Heat
F. PARKS & CO.
Hardware & Mill Supplies
Cranbrook     -     B.C
nn:
COEUR D'ALENE
Spokane, Washington
l!li:  IIOTKK  WITH   \
mtSONAUTY
This liouse tiai thi
Iib|i()j ll8Ut.ct.ot. ot being tin favorite Mop
liltig iilace In Spokane
tur tliu people uf Hrltlsli
riihiinlilii Wi> ai'i'i'i'i-luir
UiIh imtroimKi) ami -1,1
I'vcryllilnn In our |>ow<-r
lo tit-ikf you t'Dinfiirtiilili-
Our   In.-ntIon   In   t'leellt'iil   —
qIoib to Great Northern station
and 0   W   It   * N    Mtiwiiuki-
ii-riniittil. Hint wltlnii ii mlo'.tr'b
walk rrom the prtm'lpM biislnrHn
Iihhhi'h anil i-liiffi*- of Hiiiutii'nii-nt
H«*»'   Sli'Kiilsliln   on   Roof
"WHITE"
SEWING MACHINES
MADK IN CANADA
FOA  CANADIAN   HOMIt
WILL GIVE YOU
COMFORT
CASE AND
REAL PLEASURE
WHILE SEWING
Can you think of any reason why
there anuultl nut be on« tn your
home t
Kllby frames pictures.
A slogan for the old timers:  Meet
me  in  Cranbrook.
J. B. Haslam Is home on extended.
leave from Victoria, B. C.
BORN—At Craobrook July L2th, 191g,
to Mr. und Mrs. Isaiah Moore, a son..
Mrs. C. N, Parker and family left ou
Tuesday for a two weeks' holidays at
Medicine Hat.
Tlie Kink Mercantile company made
several large shipments of furniture
to outside points this week.
Mr. mid Mrs Taylor and sou Willie
ro turned lust week from a plearant
week's visit to Calgary.
Mike (lllibs, an old timer, returned
from the prairies on Saturday. He aays
Us awfully dry there.
Mr. ami Mrs. A. Itnrge, Jim Mackie
and Nell Stevenson have gone to Wasa
to help boost production of lumber.
In the school report published recently, the name Harold Wilson should
have rend Harold Haslam.
Plnee jour Victory Bonds for safety,
in a Deposit Box at Beale and E'lwelfs.
Apply for terms.
Jim England has returned from the
coast. He says good wages are paid
out there justnow but the work is
hard.
What the patrons of our job department are saying. "I am much
pleased with the manner in which this
little order hns been executed.
Mrs. G. W. Patmore and family have
gone on a visit to her mother and sisters in Detroit. They will visit other
eastern points before returning.
The regular monthly meeting of the
W. C. T. U. will be held at the home
of Mrs. Percy Graham, Watt avenue,
on Thursday. July 25th, at 3:30 p.m.    j
Geo. Cowan, foreman at Rankin's'
lumber camp on the Kootenay Cent-1
nil, is recuperating In town for a few
day*.
BORN—July 3rd 1918, at the Vernon
general hospital, to   Rev.   Thomas
and Mrs. Keyworth, a son, "Charles
Melbourne," Both doing well.
The W.A. to the G. W. V. A wleh to
acknowledge with thanks a donation
of $2,fl0 from Mrs and Miss McKin-
non.
Heard on the street: A new comer
Bays he wants to buy some wood and
lie can't find an ad in the Herald to
tell him where he can buy it. Who will
he the first to rectify this mistake.
W. H. Shlra, of Canal Plats, was a
business visitor in town on Monday.
He had the address of his. Herald
changed as lie says he c;innot do without   the   Herald.
There were six contestants in the
"Kitchener Toe" knitting competition
at tho Women's Institute meeting on
July 2nd. Mrs, John Shaw being the
prize winner. !
If your Itimf leaks fret It attended
to by H. J. Selbj of CranhriMk, old
RiMifs ef every description repaired and
floated »fth Improved Unhiilt Pen-
etit and Warranted tiaht.
%\M tor inn sqnare feel.
Wi.nl was received this week that
Miss 1'ye's two pupils who tried their
elementary theory of the Toronto conservatory of music, Miss Dora Pye and
Miss Marlon Mackinnon. passed their
exams with 1st class honors.
Mr. Oust Quick is the proud possessor of a new Chevrolet.
Jimmy Regan, who has just returned from the front after doing hla bit.
left for the coast on Tuesday.
B, Ryekman has gone to Drumhel-
ler. Alta, to help dig coal to keep the
Winnlpegfers from freezing to death
next winter, so thought the Herald.
but Brie said "Not on your life; when
1 go underground it won't be to work".
He goes over there as a sanitary expert
Mr. and Mrs. James Cameron, of
Cranbrook- are spending a few days
with the former's parents at Creston.
They mode the trip by horse and buggy and the Creston Review says they
claim- to have left home nt the same
lime as the C. P. R. way freight ami
to have arrived in Creston ahead of it
Hon. Dr. King, minister of public
works In the B. C. governmeni, was in
Cranbrook and vicinity the fore part
nf this week. He had nothing to say
in regard to the rumored changes in
the cabinet. Of course he couldn't say
anything as there Is a strong under
current running in his favor to succeed to the premiership when John
Oliver's bulldog grip is pried off.
Some notable old timers are drifting back to town after having done
; their bit at the front.  Among  them
we notice Dave Ferguson,  who has
been honorably discharged after liav-
' Ing   suffered  for  his  country;   Art
| Tracey, who lately blew in from the
i prairies;   Jimmy    Regan,    who    has
; blazed more  trails, made  more  ties
and hiked more miles than any other
1 old timer that we know of.
F. E. Haines, a former employee of
the Herald, the foreman of the press
gang, was in town this week renewing acquaintances, lie was on the
staff In the Herald's pulm days when
there were ten men lined up in the
mechanical department and three in
the front office. He Is now railroading at Corbin. The old timers were
glad to see him.
A reader of the Herald says Fred
Roo writes some ei eat stuff. Thousands of people who read the Herald
think the same way. Go to It Fred, old
! boy, you're doing well. Our district:
' correspondents furnish a very valuab-
le part of the reading matter of the
Herald, end we want every district
around Cranbrook to send a breezy!
budget of news to the Herald every)
week.
Rev. A. M O'Donnell, B. D. of Trail,
moderator of the Kootenay presbytery,'
occupied Knox church pulpit here on
Sunday and delivered two excellent
discourses. In the evening he spoke
spoke from the text. "There go the
ships." and contrasted the ocean car-'
rier with the big fish—the ocean carrier a useful vessel and the monster
of the deep a sport. He wanted to
know whether his hearers were cargo
carriers or great big fish; filling a
human need or Just sports.
Norman McKenzle came in from
Bull River on Saturday and is lying
very sick over at the hospital.
Dan Mcintosh and James McNeil
are sinking a shaft about a mile and
a half west of Cranbrook on the Wycllffe. They have a good indication tha1
they will run into a good ore shoot.
That's the kind of energy to show. Tt
don't go to waste and is sure to bring
results. Tt is the only way to prove
that we have the biggest mining district in North America.
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. Orm-
ston will be Interested to know that
they nnd their family have been transferred to Montreal, where Mr Orms-
ton is engaged by a firm In marine
Insurance. The firm Is the first in the
country having branches in Vancouver,
Toronto. Halifax, St. Johns, with the
head office at Montreal. Mrs. Orm-
ston and children spent some time
In Calgary visiting her mother. Mrs.
Leslie, on their way from coast to
coast.
Hon. Dr. King is moving his furniture to Victoria this week. This muy
he taken as au indication thai there
will be no general provincial election
for   sometime.
A man named McKay was badly
hurt al ihe St. Eugene mine, Moyie,
Inst week. He was dumping ore when
the brake rod of his car slipped and
hit him a hard blow on the head. He
was knocked insensible and when picked up was bleeding from the ears and
nose. Me was brought to Cranbrook
hospital and Is now on the road to
recovery
lefi leg, ho that iu case of loss  5
Messrs. Clapp Cooper. Mott and Jack |
Roy spent Sunday at St. Marys lake
iind brought back a nice batch of fish,
including .' six pound char. A whole
hunch of Lethbrldge tourists and a car
load from Wycllffe were also out there
enjoying the sport. The beauties of
the numerous lakes surrounding Cran-;
brook are just beginning to he realized
This is demonstrated by the numbers
of tourists spending their holidays at
these resorts.
Mr, F A Dunn lias been officially appointed as a member to the Game
Conservation Board of the province
that meets in Victoria on the 29th
of this month. The duties of the board
include the recommendation to the
provincial government council In regard protection of game and fish and
establish open and closed seasons, the
issuing of licenses and various other
matters. The board consists of tour
members, one representing Atlln, one
from Vancouver, one from the Koot-
enays and the curator of the museum
at Victoria. Mr. Dunn leaves as the representative of the Kootenays in the
course of a week.
If you know of anything that
would took well in print let us
have il—our news columns will
not he complete with out it.
Wire it, Phone It, bring It In
an auto or a Ford—any way so
long as yon get It here before
Thursday of each week for we
want our thousand of readers
to enjoy it. The best is none
too good for Herald readers.
The general fruit prospects
of tlie province are good, a little better than the average.
Very little damage has been
done by froBt, taking the fruit
districts as a whole, but in some
spots there has been a fifty per
cent damage. Jack Frost is a
queer devil, a sort of half- brother to Stoney Hail, he don't
hit everywhere—but he hits
hard.
A homesteader's shack was
broken open in the vicinity of
(.olden the other day and his
few worldly possessions stolen.
The homesteader is at the front
fighting for the preservation
of all our homes and the Golden
Star is of the opinion that under
the circumstances the perpetrator of that outrage ought to
have his head crushed with a
club. We are of the same opinion, brother, and we will lend
you our wooden leg to do the
trick with.
You can frame your marriage
certificate, forget the day of
your birth, leave your latch
key iu your other clothes, lose
your meal ticket and it won't
cost you much, but your registration certificate you must always carry with you. Some guy
is going to make a fortune tat-
ooing registration certificates
serial numbers on the muscle of
the left arm or the calf of the
The Hampton Court Singers present two programs on the third day which sound n note of originality. Ellas
Day, the well-known Chicago critic nnd conch, made a speclul trip to Kngltmd uud spent three month! In n search
Tor Knglish motion songs new to the American platform. He found not only old motion songs, hut tuneful folk
songs tinting back several centuries, Mnny of theae have been cleverly woven Into the programs of the Hampton
Conn Singers. These proyrums nre presented In costume befit Hug the era In which the music was written. The
members have splendid voices and preaent their offerings in an nrtlstlc und faultless manner. Por several seasons
few nuslcal vompantaa of Ue OkattUuigtta pUtluriu have beet In greater demand throughout lhe country.
of the official document identi-
fictaion will be easy. One would
then always carry one's certificate with one.
charge accounts opened August 1st
ut Cash Store, Trading So. See circulars.
Cash and Carry prices after August
1st at Old Store, opposite station.
Credit and delivery it you want them.
See circulars. Cranbrook Trading Co..
When you pay cash and take your
purchases with you. do you get your
goods any cheaper, or are you paying
for some one else's delivery and cost
of bookkeeping, bad debts, etc. Ask
for our circular on new system to be- i
gin August 1st, Cranbrook Trading
Co,
chcrcm nnrerroRY
All notices of Church services and
meetings are charged for at the rate
of Five cents per line per insertion.
BAPTIST CHITRCH
Rev. John P. Sinclair. Minister
Two questions every serious minded
person Is asking during these days
of stress and strain will be answered
by Rev. J. P. Sinclair in his sermons;
next Sunday. At the morning service
the subject will be, "Is there a God?
Can He hear ps?" The evening subject
"The first five minutes after death!
What shall be revealed to me then?"
A hearty Invitation is extended to
all strangers and non-church goers to
come and worship at the Baptist
church. The Baptist church stands for
a return to the New Testament practice. Its only creed Is the open Word
of Clod. Come and find a church home
with us.
The school meets at the close of the
morning service and has classes to
suit all ages.
Thursday evening at 8 ic the Prayer j
and Praise service. Par', of the time
It spent In studying, the Epistle of;
.lames. ••■Jl;
P. Burns & Co.
Highest prices
paid fox Cattle,
Sheep & Hogs
P. Burns & Co.
THE WISE MAN WILL
NOT WAIT TO SE-
LECT HIS FALL SUIT
—HK HAVE PLACED IS A  I.AKI'E COL-
LECTION     OF     VLItV     DEPENDABLE
CLOTHS—THE* ARE A LITTLE HIGHEB
THAN THEY  HERE, BIT NOT AS HIGH
AS    THEY    WILL    UE.    QUALITY    AXD
WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED.
Don't forget the   Kaiii'v   Work   Departmrul
ul (lie Full Pair—it will lie larger aud bet
ter tliiin ever.
We lime Just received a  larire  quantity   ol
Stamped goods In Oat Meal and Grey Linen
Cloths.     Also full Hue of Threads
GET VOl'R   JOB   PRINTING   AT  THE   HERALD
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AWARDS IN
Cowan's Picture Contest
I] Let ui congratulate the winners in the Cowan Picture Title Contest and say
—"They are lucky", for the keen sense of humor and ready wit of B.C.
residents brought forth such an avalanche of good answers that the judges
experienced great difficulty in making the awards.
t} The following answers are declared the prize-winner, in the
Qowan's
PICTURE TITLE CONTEST
FIRST PRIZE
"Shell, may land or iheii, mav not,
COWAN'S ilwji hit, the ipot."
Woa by Mut E. MacEACHERN,
1180 Yale, St.,
View:
SECOND PRIZE
"On Flanden Field ..Sen dreamt tome true,
And Mother', Chocolate Cike came through",
Won by Mai. WALTER WINNING,
944 Hasting, St. Welt, Vancouver.
FIFTH PRIZE
"An Impending attack or. COWAN'S".
Won by
M«>. MARY OLGA PARK,
8246 George St, South, Vancouver.
THIRD PRIZE
"Stormed at with ihot—and shell.
On Cowin'i Chocolate (Cake) they fell".
Won by H. E. COOK, Nan-lmo.
FOURTH PRIZE
"'Urry up Bill, the 'ole blinkin' Army
ha. smelted Cowan's Supreme Chocolate".
Won by Mm KATHLEEN H. GALLEY,
2946 Quadra St., Victoria
4 Everybody can't be a winner but we appreciate your effort, never-tne-leii. A, a token ot
recognition tor your interest in thii conreit we will lend you a beautifully illustrated Recipe
Book containing one hundred recipe, fot
COWAN'S SUPREME CHOCOLATE
tALWAYS A WINNEMl
Unsweetened   Unrivalled—Unbeaten.   Order a package to-day.
THE COWAN COMPANY LIMITED,       -      .      .      TORONTO.
B.C.-56 PACK   l.'tilllt
THE  CRANBHOOK HERALD
THURSDAY, JULY 18TH, 1918
DISTRICT NEVIS
ELKO NO IKS BY FRED ROO
Jim Thlstlebeak says "As chairman'
or the Retail Merchants Food Control
Its up to us to spread the mustard !
where l won't bo wasted always eat
Befit with your mustard, tt you cun.t [
gtt beet, get mutton; waste in the kit-:
chen means want in the trenches, Save;
or Serve, Work or fight. The hoys on ,
ihe farms are not playing hockey.
Loi of Lethbrldge people aro visit-1
iiiK Klko this summer. Mr, anil Mrs.
Mathews and Family are camped in
Canyon park. -Mrs. Stlckley and family,
the two .Miss Shlrleys, have rented
Cameron cottage, Gospel Hill, Miss,
Vim-Hecke ol' the Consumers Hardware wlille sitting on the hunks ot
iht' ioik Friday afternoon knitting
Bocka for somebody, unfortunately Iter
yarn rolled Into tbe river and In pulling it out pulled out au eight pound
trout and she said the fellow that gels
them socks will come out alright just
tbe same as the yarn. Mrs. Sllinichen
and two daughters have rooms ul the
Populars, and Mrs. Westby und two
daughters, several other families are
camped iu riverside purk.
.J 1 tn Thisileheiik says "Tho poor old
couple who ure no longer able to
produce food 'or themselves or others
is worthy of the greatest respect, but
ibis should no' bo curried to the extent
of bring unfair with the young and
vigorous skookum mun still able to
raise hell, and hoe potatoes, SERVE
uud SAVE, as the Hun looks on with
hungry eyes, at the allies culling down
supplies, He'd like to cut his own down
but  lie hns'nt got stuff to cut.
Jim Thlstlebeak says "The golden
rule was alright In the golden ago.
but the golden lexl for lo day is "Johnny gel your gun" SERVE uud SAVE.
Yes "Mabel" A newspaper could
print a lot of things which It does
not, but they would not look well In
lype, so if you SAVE und SERVE
"Mabel" it will be alright.
All lhe smoke around ihe Waldo
Motel last week was not caused by the
people : (linking the Miners special or
the Tobacco Plal-is clgarB. some of it
was from the bush fires, both are
well known cigars and can be smoked
wiih perfect safely, except perhaps, in
a black powder factory,
A. K. Ferguson, master plumber of
Pernie nnd party motored down to
Roosviiie Falls last Sunday.
f
Biliousness
Biliousness ij a common form cf indigestion. It
i3 brought on by food-waste wl.icli the stomach, intestines and bowels fail to expel. If you will, take a few
cbs.-s of Deeclmm's I'ills, when bilious, you will soon
rid yourself of the impurities, relieve sicl: headache,
stimulate the liver and bile and tone thc stomach.
Healthy conditions are quickly re-established by using
BEECHAM5 PUIS
Di: ■ 'tlcni of St.eciftl V.lue to Women are with E..ry Bo*.
P,»,..r. J ™l, h, rhomu tlr.ih.m. St. H.l.n., LauasMra, EaaLni
Sold c..,/wh..« ia Can.il>«i.J U.S. Am.nc.  Ill boat,, tu cann.
1918.
Tlie coLdltlutt ut (.utile hi general )s
good. BliK'k tail and white lull Deer
seem to be more plentiful, notwithstanding tite deprldatiou ul' Mountain
Lions, Coyottea and Indians, Willow
and Blue Grouse arc finite plentiful
this being on account uf the cloBcd
season of 1917.
There have been but very few Mountain Sheep mid Goal killed ilnrlnc tlie
past season, they nre reported to be on
lhe increase.
There have been about 40 Deer killed in East Kooteney this spring, mostly Black and Brown, very few Gristze-
tles have been killed, one large one
was killed un White Itiver.
last
i which
ii out-
Mr  and Mrs  Harry Blakey ot th
Liberty Bell Copper Property Koos
ville  Valley motored lo Fertile
Buturday tu record some claim
nre proving very attractive
liters.
Boveral Kallspell (uinilies camped ul
-ikii Sunday who arc motoring to Calgary and UiiutV and expect tu return
hrougli lhe Windermere Valley.
M..-s .Mary Dragon uf Pernie was
lown lu Elko lust weekend tlie guest
if Mrs. M. Gorman, Government House
'ourl Ave.
Tho l I'll, painters und decorators
ire brightening things up In Elko this
neck. Depot Muster Hill Swope believes in having things as bright as
he button! uf a new tin bucket in coln-
clde with his infectious smile.
Mr. and Mrs. Kred Archer, Ranchers
until Plats, Windermere Valley were
Iku visiters Ibis week.
Pred Roo Is down in Montana and
lubacco Plains Ibis week with a party
f mining men fur Butte City and New
York, tiund advertising alwuys gets
the live ones, and enables you both
ii serve nnd suve.
Contractor Hilly Woods got an order
Iiis week from Alberta fur 100 car of
mine timber, und lie's got the goods.
WANT ADS.
RATES  1011  CLASSIFIED   ADS
Tlie rates; for advertisement!*. In
iliis column under a classified liead
Is us follows: Three lines, one Insertion for 25c., three Insertions of
the same nd BOc. Larger ads In l-ropor-
lion.
Till.
STAIi
SECOND
HAM)
STOM:
1.
st     Of
lliirgains
this
Heck.
ROLL TOP DESK—In  splendid condition; com WO.: $20.00
BUFFET—Cost *57: 135.
SET OP DICKENS WORKS—Cost *361
Sacritlce $12.00
r, VOLUMES STUDENTS REFERENCE WORK—Published ut $22.00 the
set : $7.00.
DAVENPORT—Cosl $47.00 :$22.00.
COOK STOVE—A« new;  cost  $55.01!
(88.00
POK SALE—Choice pure bred Hoi
stein bulls, from one montii to fifteen months old. H. H. McClurc,
Wycllffe. 27-31
FOR SALE-Twu fresli cp.lved grade
heifers. II. II. McClUre, Wycllffe. 27-31
BAOHOLORU .Top nliirK under clothing nn
socks mondial, and collar mending u speciality
MAUY ISABBI.BUTt.fEK, Boamstress. Smill
Went corner ut .-lack avc. nnd 1.,-wm Ht.
Buffet-   solid unit cost (05.00 bargain
$35.00
LOST.- Slip over cover fur auto
mobile hootl, brown simile, return t>
.1.  Armour  ror  roivard
FOR SALE.- Young Pigs eight week:
old.    Apply Pred Clark, Wycllffe.
WANTED   li   Dark    Mission
Dining t hairs, Cheap for cash.
FOR SALE Cocker Bpanlel Pups also
Brood Bltchos iui/e winning Htock, II.
P. Saunders, P 0, Hox 207 Calgary,
Alta.
Hill SAI.i: Kitchen range, with
hut water front, In good cundltiun.--
Apply Herald Office,
Klllt SAI.K I IIKAI' A small fur.
nact suitable for .1 ur u roomed house
Apply to Hox 045, Cranbrook.     20-31
port SALE: Peerleos Mangle nnd
Washing Machine nlso Kitchen Range
will burn coal or wood, -condition as
new.   Apply Herald Office.
OAK   your   Prull   uud   Vegetables,
meat nr fish, by tlie Steam Pressure
System Seed fur Catalogue and
prices uf Hume and Commercial Canning Plants. Equipment Dept., Van
couver Island Fruit l.utids, Limited
llclmonl Bldg., Victoria. B. C.
i-ort SAI.K cHKAI'-.'l Bmnawlok.Blaka pool
lablM,full llstof accaesorle., I liarhur outfit
invoked mirror, waalibMlp, .to, All in fin o
aondltlon, will separata "a" Herald offli s,
Appendicitis Operations Not Always
Necessary.
WOMAN I'llKSIIIKH OVER
MINING CONVENTION
Urn Ralph Smith, IH. L. AH
Chnlr nt Itovolstoke
l.ntlii-rlni!
JtOIIE NOTES
Miss Keir, a member uf thc teach-
ng staff of the public school, left last
Tuesday fur the const,
Tlie many rrlcnds of two former
Moyle residents will regret to learu
if the death on July 3rd, of John Fer-
iglia ot Wallace, Idaho, and also after
i lung illncsB uf Charles W. Crossman,
ivho succumbed at Brlghnm City, June
Internal Bathing Bellies the tuns,'
Ynur physician will tell you thai
Appendicitis is an linllnnicd condition
of the little sack culled the Appendix
ut the lower right-hand corner o' the
Colon or large Intestine. By cleaning
this Colon witli purified warm water
by the "J. B. L. Cascade" this sack ls
cleansed and the Inflammation sitlwid-
se. Hundreds of operations have been
advotd by using the warm walcr cure
for Appendicitis. Mr. Jas McLaughlin
!H Evnuston street, Winnipeg writes:-
"I had spend over fifty dollars with
doctors trying to cure Appendicitis.
Finally the doctor said I must go to
the hospital at. once for on operation,
vour advertisement Interested me. I
bought a "J. B. L. Cascade" which relieved me at once and am now completely cured. Never felt better In my
life; all pain andaoreness gnne, antl
I ent nnd sleep like a boy. I nm grateful to Dr. Tyrrell for this wonderful
health-giving invention."
85 per cent of all human ills are.
caused by accumulated waste in the
Colon. Internal Bathing with the "J. B.
L. Cascade" keeps this large Intestine
as free from waste antl os clean as
nature demands It should be tor perfect health. Ask The Beattle-Mnrpliy
I Co., Ltd. for booklet called "Why man
j of today Is nnly 50 per cent eftletent".
I It is free. They will also be plear-ed to
show and explain the "J. B. L. Cascade."
I'NIIEB  NEW   MANAGEMENT
The Star Shoe Repair Shop wish to
announce to their many patrons that
they have disposed of their repair
business to tlie Cranbrook Saddlery
Co., who will conduct the same in
connection with their harness aud
saddlery business at tlieir store. Van
Home street, opposite tlie depot,
where they wll be glad to meet all
their old customers as well as new, on
I KAMIItoOk noil AMI GUN CLUB
itestiluljiins ordered to be forwarded
to (lame Conservation Hoard
T. Huberts of Cranbrook, spent Sun-
lay here.
John McKay s ill In the SI. Eugene
Hospital, Cranbrook.
Mrs. Bates of Klugsgate Mr. aud Mrs.j and after August 1st
Joseph Bonner and Miss Viola Boouer,
uf Silverton, huve recently visited here
us Mr. antl Mrs. M. J. Bonner's guests.
Miss McKay, of Reginn, who has
been visiting Mrs. John Taylor, left
here on Monday to visit at Nelson.
Mrs. John Whitehead and daughter
turned from Cranbrook on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lindsay and A.
Hlgglns, of Klmberley spent Sunday
b as the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
John Taylor.
Miss Ethel Clapp, ot Cranbrook, is
taking a vacation, visiting here with
Miss Mary McFarlane.
Mrs. und Miss Rhodes, of Calgary,
after  spending  tho past two  weeks
Here  visiting Mrs.  Warren
week fur Proctor.
left last
,V. S. HSIIKK M.L.A.I8
ASK Ell TO IIKSIGN
At a meeting at the West Fernie school room on Sunday,
July 7, 11118, by the property
owners of West Fernle and
Annex Extension to discuss
Hood conditions, after an animated discussion which hinged
largely on A. I. Fisher's statement that he was unable to secure government aid, the following resolution was carried
without a dissenting voice:
Klk River menace to the residents and property owners of
Ferule Annex and West Ferine. Sunday. 7th. 1918.
Whereas, owing to the con-
llnual menace of the Klk River
our property rights are jeopori-
ilizctl and any attempt made by
the government to alleviate our
coiid il Ion has proved to be in-
effeetual and abortive and
Whereas, our representative
In the legislature has declared
his inability to secure consideration for our welfare notwith
standing the large amount of
revenue derived from the nat- "tisolutely necessary tn_tli
ural resources of our district.
The following resolutions passed by
Hie Cranbrook Rod and Uun Club at
their regular meeting held at Cran
brook, B. C. July 9th, 1918.
1st. Resolved that the Conservation
uf Game in this vicinity and adjacent
territory Is of vital importance and
hould be protected and looked after
systematically.
2nd. It 1b the opinion nf the members of the Club, that in order to do
this, that either a Oan.e warden or
deputy game warden or deputy provincial constable be appointed, whose
duties Bholl be to look after the collections of licences and checking all
infractions of the law as passed In
council, believing that the revenue
from this source will be ample to
cover all expences and leave a surplus.
:ird. That the fish In inland waters
should be Included, and that the above
mentioned deputy should be empowered to look after the conservation of
the same and the infractions ot the
law.
4th. That a bounty of $5.00 on each
female Coyotte, $3.00 on each male
Coyotte, antl $1.00 on each Coyotte pup
be offered also $2.00 on large horned
owl, $.1.00 on all Ilia I.I ami Golden
Eagles.
The hides of alt Coyoltes to be relumed to the owner.
5th. Whereas according to Chapter
Hit an act for the protection of certain
animals and Birds clause ll section "c2'
It Is permlttuble for any Indian to hunt
kill nnd retain In lis possession Deer
over one year old for use for food for
hmself and family ln closed season,
first having obtained a permit to kill
one male Deer over one year of age.
And whereas It has come to the notice of members of this Club that Indians obtaining such permits are abusing the by killing as many Heer of
either sex as they can during the life
of their permit which is do days.
Therefore be It resolved that It Is
e Interest of
| tlie conversation  of Gut. ■  ihat. the
time limit be reduced to seven. (71
Therefore, be it resolved, that, im trom ,„„ date o( del|very of „„,,,,
we protest against the treat- permit to any Indian and that said
ment accorded us by the gover-j permit lie returned within 7 days af-
nment; also that we protest!lor lllc «<P'-atlon of same,
against the conditions which I ^her that the olflelM issuing
, such permit shall from time to time
are a result of a party caucus not,,y tlle Donuty 0ame War(len or
and  that  we  in  meeting here Provlnch.1 constable giving the numh-
assembled ask our member, A. I,
Fisher, to resign his seat in the
legislature as a protest against
lhe government.—Fernle Free
Press.
The glorious Twefth was celebrat-
d very quietly In Cranbrook
er of permit nnd to whom Issued.
Resolved that a:i open soason fur
tlie month of October nexl he granted to kill one bull Klk. believing
that the long period of closed scisun
lias proven detrimental to the different herds which Inhabit various localities, nnd that an open season lie granted lo kill Willow end Blue Oroiiao for
Presided over by a woman,
.Mrs. Ralph Smith, M. L. A..
the Internationel Mining Convention at Revelstoke got away
In a good start first evening
following the arrival from the
south of delegates from Spokane. Nelson, intermediate and
prairie points. Altogether there
are about 150 delegates in attendance at the opening session. Two important addresses
were tlilivered at the nioght session, one by L. Langley, M. E.,
of Revelstoke, on "Discovery
and Development of Prospectors," and the oilier by Bruce
White .of Sandon, B. C, chairman of tlie western section of
the Canadian Hilling Instit
ute, on "tieology and Mineral
Resources of the Revelstoke
District.
.1. J. Warren, president of the
Consolidated company addressed tbe convention as follows;
"I would like lo say that I
neither desired nor intended to
give a paper at this meeting.
Repeated requests from your
nommitteo and finally a telegram, suggesting Ihat I should
give a paper on the work done
by Ibe Consolidated Mining and
Smelting company toward winning the war, placed mo in
such a position that 1 felt that
possibly ii was advisable io give
a paper on this subject more
'specially as recent agitation In
i certain number of papers, and
ipoeches by certain men in tlie
irovince. might give the idea
that the Consolidated Mining
md Smelting Company was
really working in the interests
if tlie kaiser himself and that
lalriolism. with all its nobler
lims and sacrifices, had been
confined to the newspaper men.
the mining promoters, the small
shippers and armchair critics
in general.
"Probably no better illustration of the work done for the,
empire by our company ca-. be
made than giving a rough outline of the history of tli? zinc
industry. I will start with th.'
period prior to thc war. In 1910
we started work on the problem
of separating Hie zinc and lead
in tlie Sullivan and similar ores.
The first experiments were carried on at the St. Eugene mines by Mr. Graham Crulckshank
—now Major Crulckshank--
and the writer, and consisted
of constructing an experlment-
■il mill and carrying on complete concentration test including magnetic-electrostatic flotation', pneumatic and hydraulic
concentrations, Several months
work antl the expenditure of
a great many thousand dollars
proved beyond doubt that no
known method of mechanical
concentration would give the
desired rssults.
Tried Samples
Concurrently with these ex-
nerlments samples were sent all
over tlie world to be tried by
all sorts of processes..
"When mechanical means,
failed to solve the problem. we|
turned to igneous methods and
tried to repeat the phenomenon
occurlng when zinc-iron matte
Is cooled slowly. This worked
nicely and gave a good separation of the lead sulphide from
the zinc and Iron sulphides.
Mechanical difficulties and the
high cost of fusion made the
process impractical for that
time.
"The next experiments tried
(ln 1910) also were along Igneous Hues and consisted of
fuming the zinc, lead and part
of the silver by mixing the
ground ore, either raw or roas
ted with carbonaceous material
and subjecting it to heat in an!
oxidizing atmosphere. This me-\
thod like Ihe last showed great
promise. The lead and zinc,
were volatilized but left a. product still containing both the
zinc and the lead mixed. This
was suitable for pigment, but
there was no appreciable Canadian market for the product.
Further experimental work was
carried on with a view of reducing these fumes.
"in 1911, Mr. R. II. Stewart
made a trip to England to investigate tbe Sulinan process,
which,was later tried on a small
scale. For a time it looked as
if tills process would lie successful. At. this time leaching was
again trletl out, anil early lu
1912 Private Fred E. Lee was
put ou tills work. Alter investigating all the known zinc processes, Mr. l.ee carried on extensive experiments wiih clilor-
Idiziiig sulphide and sulphate
processes.
(Continued to nexl week)
ll
y     Packet of
WILSONS
FLY PADS
Will Kltt MORE FLIES THAN
. $8°-° WORTH  OF  ANY
STICKY I LY CATCHER
Clean to handle. Sold by all Drug.
gists, Grocers and General Stores.
nitl'lllltTIO-i   OK  TIIK   (ITT  OK
CRANBHOOK
Disposal ol llulililxli
PUBLIC NOTH'K Is hereby given
hut lioronttor the Provisions nf tlie
Kinds and Truffle By-Law" and of
In- "Henllh By-Law,, of the city of
laiiliiuiik In rospoct lo lhe disposal
if garbage anil refuse will he strlcily
-II turn-il
Hy Oilier Ot Ihn t'nuncll.
brook, H. <',. July 13, mis      87-81
Cr
The Herald
$200 year
NOTICE
Cranbrook   District   t-'otl
and (inn Club
TIMIIKK SAMi XllK'l
SEALED TENDERS will be received
by the District Forester not later than
noon on the 27tli day of July, 11118,
for the purchase of Licence XlilSJl, to
cut 200.000 feet of Tamarack and Fir ""ic
All
tin-iiili.-
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Kooteney
uf meotniKB.
I\ Co;>per, .Secretary
One (1) year will lie allowed tot removal of timber.
Further particulars of the Olilet Forester, Victoria, B. C, or District Forester rranbrook, B. C. 27-lt.
(ill VOII,   jolt   PRINTING
AT   TIIK   HE KAMI
LAND REGISTRY ACT
section 134
' In the matter of Application No. 478H-1
and In the matter of Lot 8, Block, -1 of
Lot 182, Group 1, Map 1181.
TAKE NOTICE that the above appli-
' cation has been made to register Beat-
I rice Margaret Williamson as owner in
fee of the above lands and for the issue
to the said Beatrice Margaret William-
: son of a Certificate of Indefeasible Tit*
' le thereto and that in support of such
application there has been produced a
: conveyance dated 27th September 1916
i from The Baynes Lake Land Company
I Limited, whose title is subject to certain Contracts lor sale (inter alia) set
forth in the .schedule hereto, and which
contracts are unregistered in the Land
Registry Office.
and FURTHER takk notice that registration will he effected in pursuance
of the above application and Certificate
of hidofouslblo Title to the said lands
issued to the said Beatrice Marguiet
Williamson, free of such unregiiterrd
contracts, nfter the lapse of thirty days
from the Bervlca ll|M)n,you respectively
of this notice (which service ujum you
respectively may be uf foe ted by publication hereof for two weeks in the
"Cranbrook Herald" Newspaper) unless you respectively or your respective
\ legal representatives shall take and
proscute the proper proceedings to est*
\ ablish your respective claims, if any, to
. the said lands or to prevent inch prop*
i osed action on my part.
j The Schedule above referred to;
! Contract No. lit! in favor of R. C.
Church covering Lot 7, Block 4, Map
i 1181.
■ Contract No. 144 in favorofW. F.
i Wright covering the north 1-2 of lot 5
j Block 4, Map 1181.
Contract no. 121 in favor of W. S.
j Frazier covering Lot 4, Block 4, Map
j1181.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
: Nelson, h. c. this 4ili day of July a. d.
! 1918.
to K c. rjiurcli, w. p. wright,  w. s.
Frazier.
E. S. STOKES District Registrar
Weak, Anemic, Nervous or Run-down?
WHAT n .-leu-tin-- new lienllli would lie li> you who nre Weak, Anemlr. Nervous
cr Run-down -what » comfort to know that Winrnrnin can give you the new
health and new vitality you need.
The rent-on Is enslly understood- Wtnrarnis Is n Tonic, a Restorative, a Blood-
maker and u Nerve-builder—nil tn one. This fourfold combination gives It a fourfold power.   It promote! new strength, h make* new blood. It buildx up new nerve
furce, i
i.i it  i
rcbargo* tlie
The New Wincarnis
A com W nat ion of Extract
of Uerf, Extract of Malt.
Iron and Mantt-aneiu,
Clyeeru-ih'-sphatos nf
Calcium J'oUsiium and
Sodium wiih a specially
•elected wine A Tonic.
Restorative, Mood-builder and Nerve-food. I'r-•
•i-riU'il ly  tha Medicnl
Brain Fair, Nervoumeia,
Lowered Vitality, I.u
Clrippe. Maternity-weak-
iit-si and ConvaietcencQ
fromany lllncii,
itality. Thnt Is why Winournla
quickly. The benefit begins
M,    You can  feel  It doing
hole hody -villi new
makes you feel well
with   the very   first
you good.
And tho health thnt Wincarnis promotes Is listing
health not a temporary -latching up—not a mere
" llnoh-iii-the-paii"—but real now, vigorous health.
Will (ou try just one bottle?
Wincarnis not only contains tho very elements of
which our bodies are composed and without which it
would fade and die—but it has these wonderful properties in their most assimilative form.
Every in-rrcdientof Wincarnis is endorsed and recommended in the daily practice of tbe members of the
medical profctnuon tho world over.
Protrtttcrst Cekmnn & Co., l.lil, WiKtirnis Works,
Norwich, Bug, Canadian Qfflrt, t>7 Portland St.,
Tcrmto:  FntHk .s. Unit. Resident Dirtttor.
Large
Size
$1.65
Small
Size
11.00
' Obtainable from the Following Drug Stores-
THE BKATTIE-MURPHY CO., LTD..
TIRES
PROGRESSIVE motorists all
oyer the world are equipping
with Firestone Tires because
exclusive Firestone values render
service for which there is no substitute. The ride is in the rubber;
the quality is Firestone.
Firestone Tires are built to stand
rough roads and trying climates.
Built to save wear and tear of hard
going, both for you and the car.
We endorse Firestone quality and
recommend these tires under all
conditions, for best and longest
wear.
Cranbrook Saddlery Co.
Crnnbrook, B. C.
Vulranizing dune on our premise*
FlfMtOM Tire ft RubW Company, Aliron,Ohio,U.S. A*
r&£
WATER   NOTICE
(inversion  and   Use)
Tuke   notice   that John   Lovell,
■ whose address is Cran broo, B. C.
will apply for a licence to   take and
I use One Second Foot of water out
of St. Joseph's creek which flowa north
into St. Mary's river. The water will
be d.'verted from tlie stream at a
point about the corner post of lot 2695
and return lo creek 20 Cialna further
north down the btrean, and will be
..si-il for Do meatic and Irrigation
purpose i-pon the Land ('escribed aa
the weBt half of lot 2M)5, This notice
vcus    -,osted    on  the (-round on Ue
; lmh flay if June i«l8.
A copy of litis notice ond an upplt-
■ cation pursuant thereto and to tut>
"Wnter Act, 1914." viP  be filed in
! the office of the Water Recorder at
Cranbrook, ll. C.
Objections to tlie application may
! be filed witli lite said Water Recorder
nr with the Comptroller of Wt-ter
Rights, Parliament buildings Victor;!, 11. ('. wthin thirty days af'er the
flrat aiii.euiT.ncc of this notice hi a
i local   newspaper.
John Lovell, Applicant.
Tlie date of the first publication ot
this  notice   i<;  llth of Ju.ly   1818.
NOTICE
MIKT STEELE TOWK8ITE
NOTICE Is hereby given Ly the un-
; d< rsigned. acting under the provisions
: of the Highway Act Amendment Act,
11)17, thut North Star Avenue, Port
i Steele Townslte, from the Southwest
I boundary lin-. of Rocky Mountain Av-
I * mic to the north east boundary line
I of Galbralth Avenue, Is hereby discon-
! tinned and closed to traffic, and sixty-
: six feet niti ft.) adjoining to the south
j of the said North sir Avenue Is opeu
'to traffic In lieu thSMof, ln accord*
; unce with plan regis cied at the Land
I Registry Offlc?. Kam oo-jr.
J. H, KINO,
Minister of Public Works.
| Victoria, B, C, 20th Aiuy, M8       21-Bt
(ranbrook Land District
LAND ACT
District of Kast  Kootenay
; Tuke notice thut Harry Ryiuell of
: Kitchener, occupation Labourer, iu-
I lends to upply for permission to pur
] chuse (Ik following described lands:
l Commencing at a post planted rt lhe
| S. B, corner of lot .190..; thence south
I 20 chains; thence east 20 i'IiiiIiih;
thence north 20 chains;  thence wtsl
20 chains to place of commencement,
containing -H* acres, excepting there.
rrom the right of way nf tin Canadian
Pacific Hallway Company,
Harry Uyiucll, Applteanl
Dale Is) of May, 1UIK.
; Hale of first puhllnitloii May 30, 1HIX
21 »l
WATKBNOTM'I.
Diversion and Use
Take Notice that Basil Bulkot whose
address Is Baker Post Ofllce, will apply
for ti license to take nnd use R0 Acre
feet Of water out of Ha HA Creek,
which flows South Kast and drains Into Kootenay River about Wardner
Station.
The water will be diverted from
the stream at a point about 25 chains
North of the Northern Boundary Line
of lot 12241 r.nd will be used for Irrlga
tion and Domestic purpose upon the
Land described as Lot 12241, Q. K. D.
This notice was posted on the
ground on the 17th day of June, 1918.
A copy of this notice and application pursuant thtreto and to the
"Water Act, 1914" will be filed ln the
ofllce of the Water Recorder ut Cranbrook. Objections to the application
may be filed with the Bald Water Recorder or with the Comptroller of
Water Rights, ^Parliament Buildings,
Victoria, B. C, within thirty days after the flist appearance of this notice In a local newspaper. The date ot
the first publication of this notice Is
June 21st, 1918.
BASIL BULKOT, Applicant
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