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 THE CRANBROOK HERALQ
W&
VOLUME 20
CRANBROOK,   BRITISH COLUMBIA,
THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1918
'hi. ,t
■| 8-18
NUMBER 29
^hJAUTAUQUA   WEEK   AT   CltANBROOK,   FROM   AUGUST   16TH   TQ   22ND
At tlie meeting of the Stockbreeders Association of Southeast Kootenay, hold In the city hall on Sat-
nrday, July 27th. there was an attendance of about 81 enthusiastic,
members.
This association wan formed for tho
purpose ol stimulating anl protecting the livestock Industry of Ibis district, extending from Canal Flats on
note of orglnality. Recognizing the faet that most of the
mixed concert partleB have
builded their programs almost
entirely of operatic music,the
Hampton Court Singers have
given over their work to interpretation of good music outside
of operatic lines. By bo doing
they have performed a real Ber-
formi'tl a real service to the
world of music, Introducing old
English ballads and folk songs
which have hitherto been but
little known and appreciated.
The revival of these old English motion Bongs, given In appropriate costumes of their per-
lod.has been a particularly happy innovation and has been en
the north to the International boun-,
dary on iho south and from Klngs»te thusiastically received by Chau-
ou ihe west to Fernie on tho east, tuui-ua audiences everywhere.
The support the association Is nieet-|
,», with from the stock breeders of, *  nnnn jj«nyj  -n^p|j|
tlie tllHirici hIiowh tho need ot It and
the amount of benefit to be derived
from It.
The most iuiportmit business before the meeting on Saturday was tne
tiliortnge or winter feed. The feed
on the n>.:.gfl Is good >et and cattle
are In good condition for killing and
can be disposed of nl a fair price If
too many are not offered at once.
Rut if every stock raiser In tho district were to offer, for sale, the cattle for which he has not enough winter feed the result would be that the
price would drop so low that. In the
face of the fact that feed had to be
purchased to keep these cattle over
last winter, their Bale at a low market would be ruinous to the owner,
Then again there Is the larger and
more unselfish view to take, of the
effect on the country generally ln respect to conservation of food for the
soldiers. If cattle cannot be wintered ln good shape and have to be
sacrificed this fall the industry will
be so crippled thnt It will take years
to recover. The effect of this on the
supply of food for the boys at the front
Is easily apparent.
This Is the point that struck Dr.
King, Minister of Public Works, when
RESPONSIBLE POSITION
L. P. Sullivan, proprietor of Sullivan's Quick Print, has been ottered
a responsible and remunerative position with the Fernie Ledger, and after due consideration has accepted
the offer. Mr. Sullivan has been Identified with the printing and publishing
business in Cranbrook for fourteen
years, eleven years on the Herald and
three years as head ot the Sullivan
Quick PWnt< Famlllorliy known as
"Sully" he was spoken as a good scout
and his many friends are sorry to eee
him pull out. He Is not going far away,
however, and his good old Irish mug,
out of which has poured the wlticlims
of tlie Emerald Isle like a flood, will
not become strange to us. We wi«h
him every success in the coal and coke
city of the Crows Nest.
TO IPPflR IIIIGUST ITU
That the Famous Bostonians are to
return to the Auditorium Theatre,
Ihe conditions were described to him! Thursday  August 8th will no doubt
on his recent visit. He Immediately
wired the Hon. the Minister cf Agriculture supporting Ihe action of the
secretary of the Stockbreeders Association in asking for the same privilege as haa been granted to the prairie provinces of free transportation
ol -feed for horses-And cattle,   flat* of -the members veins mere infanta
privilege has been practically assured to us In messages from Hon. E.D.
narrow. Minister of Agriculture for
this province, Hon. T. A. Crerar. Hon,
Martin Barrel! and from Dr. Bonnell.
At the meeting on Saturday It waa
decided to send a man in to northern
Alberta, conversant with the country,
lo look for feed and report to the executive   of  the   association.   Mr.   R.
welcome oews to local playgoers.
This clever organisation of youthful
talent, has long been one of the favorite attractions playing in tbe wast.
In fact it might be said that many
of the older set ot show fane have
watched tht girls grow up, aa many
when t"«V {conlpany tint (appeared
here. It can hardly be said that the
Bostonians are "Better than ever", aa
this trite press agent's slogan would
be casting an aspersion on their untarnished record ot fifteen years. Sufficient to say taht they are as good aa
ever, which means that those who see
them neat Thursday evening are going
to have an evening of unalloyed en-
('. Eakln, who has in timeB pasl.made ] Joyment. "The IJIrl from Over There-
northern Alberta one of his stamping: wlln c'ev" •*■*• Canfleld In the title
grounds,  volunteered  for this duty rolf- ls ••>• "ehlcle which Is being ua.
and left on Tuesday morning by auto.
Other matters discussed at the
meeting were the enforcing of the
llrsnd cud Animnls Acts, detailed reference to which is crowded out of
this Issue
ORIGINAL NO IK STIM'I'K
ed this season lo dlcplay the abilities
of this bright banch of feminine favorites and It Is sad to be one of the
best musical plays of the seaaon. Tha
score Is chuck full of musical gams,
while the books abounds with snappy
comedy pul over tn the Inimitable
"Bostonlnn" manner by the members
iv   uiiiii i> iii-  urair "' "le *»"■ *K]) of whom hM » I*<*
i-i wiiiii.i) m mush  wnlon nti her |lke the „„,.„„„,
Ill the I'luii'iii-tcr of program
which thoy preseni the Hampton Court Singers, who give 2
concerts on lhe third day of the
t'liniitnuiiiiii,  linve Bounded   a
glove. Several new faces will be
seen with the company this seaaon,
Including Joyce Butler, Deb Vandie
Jean Carrol, Maybelle Taylor and Llla
Fox, all whom are said to be very
pleasant performers.
DOT AUG, 4TH
A. Cantallne, of Michel, was
fined $75 for having liquor in
his possession. Cosno Crisafio
1 was fined $85 at Fernie for having liquor on his premises and
two bootleggers were fined $100
each and lost the goods. Who
pays these fines?
Sunday, August 4th, is "Remembrance Day". The Belgians
will remember how the Huns
J. H. BALMER COMES
TO CHAUTAUQUA
treacherously tore up the treaty Brings Kaffir Beys Choir From Africa
they made with a peaceful nleg-; »" Closing Night.
hbor. devastated their land and'   T H Bu|n|,r Doted Engllsh traTeler
ravished their women, the Bri-  explorer and uuihorlty on Snuth Af-
tish will remember the slur cast! f1"- '» ~m,D1V",cb;l',l,,T" "" !he
,, ,    ,....    „ ,   , last night with his band of singing
at "the contemptible little Bri-; Kafflr D0V< from tha neart nf A(r|01l
tish army.,, the slaughter of the. This attraction has been pet-baps the
Innocent's and   their   intrigue! <"*«w aucces. upon the Chautauqua
with the Irish: the Canadians
will remember the poisonous
gas attack in their first fight;
the Americans will remember
the Lusltania, the Red Crossi
will remember   the   dillberate,
shooting up of their hospitals
and the sinking of Red Cross
ships; the sailors will remember the piracy of the Huns, Yesj
Sunday will  be remembrance
day.
II Ii DEATH
I'ulilic Meeting Called for August Itli lo Pass Resolution.
Lake, we are not hanging out
any distress sign. "This rock
shall fly from its firm base as
jsoon as I" was the Saxon's
bold declaration of war and so
! is it ours. But why you should
fight against your local paper,
when you lack the nerve to establish another is beyond our
IP'S
II
I
A very confusing case requiring the
skill of a Solomon wns straightened
i kep. You know that it is easy out by j, p.'s E. a. Hill and Harry
EXPLOSIVES
Enormous store of ammunition stacked up like cordwood In the forest of
the Marne have been captured from
the Huns. The surrounding country
waft virtually an arsenal, The booty
Indicates thnt the Germans hud planned a drive thnt waB nipped In the bud.
John Bull's tight little isle has raised 8,000,000 fighting men. The "contemptible little British army hns become the mlghtleBt host in the field of
battle. It grew up like a mushroom,
but tt has a heart of oak.
The Allies are still winning in the
second battle of the Marne. Although
the Oerm&ns continue io offer desperate resistance along the whole line
their fight Is a rear guard action forced upon them to try and save their
■nny that is pocketed and that the Allies are successfully spiking.
Strikes In Prussia have had to be
put town by machine guns.
The light on the Marne ts a bloody
one tor-bdth aides.   The ever mov-p
Ing streams of traffic testify to the
Intensity  ot the   struggle  north  of
the river.
The Qermans hjave launched a
counter attack against the YankB.but
are getting the worst of It.
The Teutons have turned on the
Allies fiercely to halt ihelr ndvance.
but it Is only with the hope that they
may be able to extricate themselves
from the death trap that they have
rushed into. There Is very little
chance that they will succeed.
It Is reported that the Turks have
abandoned the Huns. If they have
not yet begun to bite they are showing their teeth.
J. H. BALMER
platform for ninny years. They tp*
pear Id native costumes and their
program Is a song-and story demonstration of life lu tht> Dark Continent
The songs In Engllsh are mostly original nnd form a targe part of the program. They nre presented with per*
feet accent and enunciation, with
clearness uud beauty of tone and with
soch light und shade as is only heard
In the great choirs of the country.
CRANBROOK ENT8ANCE
' WWWMi WELL
• minim J, Beirh Stand Fourth In the
FrtiTln.ce nnrl Si-rond ln District.
1.1. WILSON RETURNS
FROM EXTENDED TRIP EAST
Following Is the report of the examining hoard:-
Cranbrook Centre—Number of candl
dates, 3; passed, 3. Norman J, Beech
860, Otto liill 800, A. May Brake 750.
(•ranted entrance standing without
examination on recommendation of
the principal, Mr. R. S. Shields: Donne
P. Argue, Malcolm R. Belanger, Nina
M. Belanger, Delphlne W Bennett, John S, Brake. Donald A. Dallas, Jack Q.
Dow. Marian J, Drummond. Arthur T.
Gill, Iv lenore Hill, Harold F. Kummer
E. Bruce Laurie, Edith L. Lewis. John
A. W. Moffat, E. Evelyn Moore, Margaret A. Morrison, H. Edith Murgat-
royd, Annie McBlrnle, O. Barrle MacDonald, Eric MacKinnon, Paul J. Mac*
ARE YOU FORJR AGAINST ?
The Herald is fighting with!
Bt DISTRICT INSTITUTE
Thirteen   resolutions   were tion.
passed dealing with the follow-     a wire was received on the
Ing subjects: following day by Dr. King from
Cattle killing by railways.    Ihe   Minister   of   Agriculture
(lopher pent and suggestedI stating that he had every hope
methods of assistance In hand- that the same cut n rates would
ling. be made applcable to B. C. as
Assessment of lands actually1 were nvalable in prairie provided for agriculture. j ll,,ce8 ns the matter was being
Mbre stringent regulations in *2*^J2*&&*
regard to bulls ou range and the
W. H. Wilson, the j!
tin Saturday frmn seven week*' visit
to the east, combining business with
pleasure. While nw:iy lie took a post
graduate course in the scientific sec-1
tion of the American Optical AiBOCta-
tlon. A picture of the graduates was
inkun and tie had the honor of holding up the Canadian flag over the
group. He visited Winnipeg. St. Paul,
Chicago, Detroit, Toronto, Ha ml ton
and his- old homo town of Kami inn.
Quebec. Mrs. WHroii and daughter
Jean have remained behind for about
another month, In Mr*. Wilson"* home
own, Knowlton, Que. j   '
Nlell, Annie  E. Parnaby, Wlnnlfred I,
Phiuips, Roy h. Robichaud, m. Alma'its back up against the wall,!
SarviB, Ruth H. Simpson, Robina McL. i      . ^„M . .  „ .   . 4 .    Ujfc,
Sommervllle. Warren J. Spence, Jack and our '"ends have got to help
tor. returned I Stevens, Garfield Taylor. Keith 0, Wti    us OUt. But like FrltZ James In
WINaa n^m^n iA^m\tA^mi\tnriJ^mttA^tn
A call has been sent out by to cut off your nose to spite your ^-HntoJ^nmjjM
Mayor Clapp to all loyal cltl- lace, but its a poser when you the beak on a charge ot stealing her
zeus lo assemble in the city: come to glue it back on again. c*>'llse-   Thf ">se n* dismissed tor
"a,"4?h SttiffiTimXNM ca"'1 win °u' °",hat klnd SW SfZsin^&rtZ
ust 4th, al 4 o clock to re-affirm    ,     f| h   f     .   .                     eculor    d accused         adroonl3hed
their  resolution   to  stand  be-        "     B"'   ,           ,s * ™se °' and the family troubles smoothed o'er.
hind their fighting men In the;neafls .vou  lose and  tails  the q, j   spruell defended the cace.
great war now raging in Eur-1 other fellows wins.                     M««i
ope until victory is attained.     j  	
Although the war ls being
fought out In Europe It Is
world wide in which all the
civilized nations are engaged.
Canada has taken a prominent part in the war and no army
corps engaged has shown,
greater valor nor gone over thej
top with greater success than j
the Canadians.
Canada has enlisted more
than 500,000 men and more;
than 385,000 of these have!
crossed the ocean already and
more are on the way. Canada
has four divisions on the fighting line and is determined to
maintain these at full strength.
A year ago, according to a
statement made by Sir R. L.
Borden, Prime Minister of Canada, the war strength of the
Canadians in the field was
steadily shrinking
Unitary enlistment
battallions did not keep pace
with the wastage. In November the normal rate of the wastage was tremendously increased by the heavy losses at Pas-
schendaele; the successful assault upon the ridge cost Canada 25,000 men. Despite all!
this the Canadian strength at
the front is 35,000 in excess of j
what It was twelve months ago. |
Our women folk have stood
manfully and heroically and
steadily behind our splendid
and noble body of men In the
trenches and by their work
through their various organizations stiffened the resistence of
the men enlisted and raited
their courage to the height of
heroism.
The resolution to be submitted to the meeting reads as follows: "Resolved that on this
anniversary of a righteous war,
this meeting records its inflexible determination to continue
to a victorious end the struggle in maintenance of those
ideals of liberty and Justice which are the common and
sacred cause of the Allies."
' Let there be a hearty response to this call from the
Mayor of Cranbrook.
NEW SUMMER
DRESS GOODS
New Beech Cloths in  Large
Fancy   Broken   Chezks   and
Dots.   Also in  Plain   Colors
becS vo" 1 for Summer Dresses & Skirts ,,
in infantry |   " < I
PRETTY VOILES and  ORGANDIES   in
FANCY STRIPES CHECKS & FLORAL
DESIGNS
iffillinery   Special
The balance of our trimmed
millinery to be cleared out at
Half Price, all this season's
goods.
McCreery Bros.
Cranbrook's Dry Goods and Clothing Store
Ji»A' m*k\* mitV w-VU" w^i M-Vfr *"*fr' m**\t   "H
son,  Norman   R,
N. Woodman, John E. V. A. Woods.
% vTwJSHs,r Wal,er Scott'B La(,y °',he
prevention of scrubs and dairy
bulls being at large.
Irrigation.
Agricultural district agents.
Idle or abandoned homesteads.
Peed situation and assistance
In transportation of hay.
Caution to stock owners to
go slow in selling and not to
break the market.
Construction of cold storage
plants for use of producer.
Suggestions re advantage of
advisory board occasionally sitting elsewhere than at Victoria
to give members a better Idea
of local problems throughout
lhe whole province.
Dealing with milk importa-
present at ive now at Victoria,
It Is hoped that this new arrangement will give better results than the old method of a
vast convention being summoned to Victoria.
The new board of nine members sitting with the Minister
will get down to matters In a
more intimate manner and special problems of different sections will be gone Into more
thoroughly. There Is no
doubt that many matters pertaining to the agricultural interests of B. C. which have been
sidetracked for years by reason
of the Minister always having
another portfolio demanding
his attention will now be dealt
with when for the first time ag-
PROVINCIAL NOTES
Picking ratipberrles Is the
popular amusement these days,
and the berry crop Is said to be
very good.
Haying is now quite general
and some very good crops of
clover and timothy are reported.
The city of Fernie harvested
18 tons of hay from the city
park this year, which Is valued
at $604. No wonder Fernle is going to seed.
Creston public school teachers are to get a big raise in salary, the principal's pay enevel-
ope has been boosted to the
tune of $20 a month.
tlons from outeide B. C from, rlculture has the whole atten-
herds untested for tuberculosis lion of Its Minister, a man who
The delegates much apprecl-|at the same time is a thorough
ated the visit of Hon. Dr. King practical man and especially up
to the conference tad Mi imsM-, to date on the marketing ol tha
tis.it t-a-Uo* m Urn tent eptm- Uawtttt-
Saturday Specials
LAWN MOWERS;
Saturday Special,
regular  $15.00  to $15 50
—  111.00 "d 111.60
Screen Doors, Saturday Special.   25 per cent off
Screen Windows, Saturday "       25 per cent off
J. D. McBRIDE
PHONE s MAKER STREET
Five of the local schools girls I
who made up part of the berry]
picking staff at the Mather and
Reed ranch since the last week
In June—about three weeks;
picking—came home  with  an
average of $28. One of thorn ] Playing the Title llolo in "Tim Girl From Over Tliore,
cleaned up $38.
DORRIS CANFIELD
.   with th* Fmn-
iiiw HiwUmiuru, at tho Auditorium But TliunnUy, August Hth.
AFTER A HOT HAYS WORK—Enjoy the happy heath-
ful eoolaess nf
Montserrat
I.IMF.  FRDIt!JUICE
—lis cheaper than lent, .ons—no trouble to prepare, and
gives yon a drink that really cools and refreshes.
HOXTRKKKAT has the delicious flavor and "TAXO" of
the fresh ripe West Indian limes, from which It Is pressed. .. Keep a bottle always In the house this summer—and
enjoy the delightful, cooling drinks It makes-..
TWO HUES 60 c. and $1.00.
Cranbrook Drug & Book Co.
liny Phone 74    W. j. ATOIINON. Ngr.    Night Phone IN PAtlK TWO
I'HE CltANBROOK  HBRAI-T*
A  SPECIALITY
One  Try   Will  Convince
You
C. P. R  Watch Inspectors
Rawortk Bros.
Nest t» 1'ii-t oi'iici-
Till:  HOME  I1AKEHY
Itnlil. Frame, Prop.
.''lesti HitiiiI. Cakes, Pies
und Pastry
I'lioue 37
Nortmry Ave.       Oup  l.'lly Hull
.     OVERSEAS CliDB
Meets In  Maple  Hall second
Tuesday ot every montii At 8
ii. m. i
Memberslilp open   to   Brltlsb
cltlsens.
VlnltliiK   ui nilieru   cordially
welcomed.
K Y. Brake.       J P. Lower,
President. Secretary
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meets In the
I'nrisli Hall
first 1'uesday
ufternoon of
every montii
ut :! p.m.
I'res, Mrs. W.
II.  Mi-Karlane.
Secy. Mrs. J. W. JJiirton, P. O. B016ZI.
All ladles co-Ulally Invited.
I.AIIM.AW  It  IIEWOI.F
I'lill ami UlnhiK Knglneers
B. (,'. Land Surveyors
CIIANBK00K, B. 0.
If vou want satisfaction
with vour washing
send It to
.MONTANA   LAUNDRY
Siii'i-lul nrlces for faiuilv
work
CHAS. S.  PARKER
Forwarding and  Distributing
Agent for
Lethbrldge and Ureenhlll Coal
Imperial Oil Co.
Dlstrbutlon Cars a Specialty.
Ilrayluir ami Transferring
Ulreo prompt attentlou
Phone S3
Itrs. Oreen it Miti-Kliiiion
I'liyslrluiis and Snrgeona
(Mile,   al   residence, Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICE IIDUKS
Forenoons   ltoo 10 10.00
Afternoons   2.00 to   4.00
KveniiiKs 7.30 In   H.30
Sunduys      2.30 lo   4.30
0RANBROOK, B.O
Tlie Shoe Specialist
JOE .MARAPODI
rJatlsfaetlon IJuarantnd
iteadquarters for all Slrnls of
Repairs
I'. IH. 'lACPIIEIISON
I niliitiikir
l'h<  9M
Niirbury Air, nest to ('In Hall
OI'RIl ii SPIIECI.I,
lliirrlslers. Ele.
W. ¥. Uurd li. J. Spreull
CRANBROOK, 11.1.
Montana Restaurant
Meals at All Hours
Cigars, Cigarettes aud Candy
CRANBHOOK STREET,
Opposite tlie Bunk of Commsrce
THE CRANHROOK  HERALD
Published every Thursday by
Thk CmNimooKllEiiAi.il, Limited
W. A. MYERS, Managing Editor
IulaUbl ml lor Woman. f 5 a tk>« or Hires for
Id. Sold at all Urns Morn, or nulled to any
eddmson rocelplol price I'm H.oat.Ll. Iiai-o
Co , Bt CHllmrlio-s onutrli, 	
PH0SPH0N0LF0RMEN. ?«3
VIUIHy:lor Nvifa anil Bralo: loaraaM-'mr
sarturiaTonlo-wllllinlldyan ua. 11 aasftar
two tor IB. st ,1ms sloraa, or tir mail on rarftpt
sNjifia   las -wan.' Vansl»,It oelaiWie.
FOUR YEARS OF WAR
The human race has now
been in the grip of a world wide
war for four years and it is raging with more destructive force than at any time since it
started.
The second crucial period is
now passing and like the first
it is turning in favor of the
Allies.
There have been many anxious moments to endure since
1 lie Austrians refused to live at
peace with the Serbians at any
price, even the price of their
Independency.
Tlie cruel and callous Hun
has endeavored to outdo the unspeakable Turk In his tiendish-
ness and has succeeded.
The blood and iron teaching
begun by Bismarck and brought
to the standard of scientific ex-
astness by the military hierarchy of today, has turned out to
be nothing less than butchery
and callousness, and with glee
tlie barbarous hordes have overrun Belgium and northern
France, have murdered the old
folks and innocent children
gathered at the undefended
watering pluces of Old England; have become murderous pirates of the sea; have
ravished, devastated, ruined
pillaged, sacked without stint
or limit and the rank and file
have been decorated with the
iron cross In recognition of
their glorious work. They have
introduced poison gas, liquid
fire and ohter savage modes of
warfare. They have played false to the flag of truce, fired on
hospitals and Red Cross ships,
in short they have adopted
every diabolical scheme that
fieds of hell masquerading as
men could conceive and put Into operation, and with what result?
Well, they have (lost their
colonies; they have lost their
commerce with all the nations
bf the world; they have lost the
freedom of the sens; they have
lost the respect of the nations.
They made a raid on Belgium,
on Prance, on Serbia, on Rou-
manla, on Russia, but they
were caught In the act and were
not able to get away with the
loot. I.Ike an organized banditti they have barricaded themselves against the avenger and
up to the present they have succeeded in evading capture. But
the power of the nations is
gathering around them and
hemming them In. The forces of
righteous indignation are accumulating against them and
will soon prove irresistible.
Like Ihe rising tide the Allies
—the British Empire, the French republic, the United States of
America, thc Italians, the Bel-
giuins—will soon go over the
top und overwhelm them.   The
I.O.O.F.
KEV CITY 1,0DOE. No. 42
Meeta   every
Monday night
_..._.      at Fraternity
Hall.     Sojourning   Oddfellows
cordially Invited
E. II MoPhse      w  c Adlard
Secy. N. O.
tiW&
DR. t. II. MILES
DKNTIHT
Ofllce In Hanson Block
OFFICE HOURS
» lo 12. a.m.
I to    r, p.m.
CRANBROOK, B.C
CHILD
will not suffer with sunburn or heat
rash If >mi use £atn-Buk,
The Superintendent of S. A. Fresh
Air Camp at Clai-kson's, Out., suys:
-'We always keep a supply of
Zam-Buk at pur Children's Camp.
We use It constantly for sunburn.
Insect stings and bites, us well us
for cuts, bruises and Bores, and believe there is nothing to equal It."
Zam-Buk Is especially &*altable fur
a child's tender Bkln, owing to Us
purity of composition, ll contains
absolutely none of thc coarse animal fat or harsh mineral drugs
found In ordinary ointments.
All dealers. GOc. box.
end is inevitable. There will be
a welter of blood such as the
earth never was drenched
with before; there will be a
cleansing of the putrefaction
that has sickened the nations
of the earth; there will be a
righteous peace and a return to
sanity; there will be peace on
earth, good will to men; the
love of power will lie cast down
THE NAVY LEAGUE
CRANBROOK   COTTAGE
HOSPITAL
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The Royal Naval College,
which was located at Halifax,
N. S. had its building destroyed by the explosion last December and it has taken up its,
temporary abode in Esquilmalt.
It may be permanently located;
there, or at least, the college
may be extended and made into two colleges, one on the Atlantic coast and one on the Pacific, if the western provinces
show their apprecitation of this
most important branch of Canadian defences.
After four years of war, the
bitterest and most strenuous
the world has ever seen, surely the idea that there is to be
no more war has been dissipated. Having also seen the great
part that the navy has played
in this war and must play in
future war there is no other
conclusion but that the firt line
of our defence, as well as that
of the mother country, is the
navy.
Another thing to take into
consideration is that it Is impossible to build up a navy af-
ter war has begun. We must
have a navy now, if It is to save
us from a war mad nation that
might declare war against us
at any time. Be prepared as you
would be prepared against an
outbreak of fire is the advise of
the wise.
Support the college now located temporarily in Victoria is
urged by the Hon. Provincial
Secretary-Treasurer of the Navy League of Canada, B. C. Division, Hi J. Davis, in a letter
which he has written to C. W.!
Hallamore, Esq.. chairman of
the Cranbrook and District branch. iHe says:   "Hitherto, in
very many instances, the expen-,
se of sending boys right across
the continent has precluded B. ■
C.  parents from having their!
sons educated at this   college'
and now that this difficulty has |
disappeared, we should like you
to give It every publicity, in or-
der that those desirous of doing
so may take full advantage of
lhe college being here It might
well be that if only sufficient
youths are educated or enter
Ihe Royal Nuvul College while
it is located at Esquimau, there
will bo the possibility of indue-
lug the authorities, even were
they to remove to the larger
portion of their staffs buck to
Halifax, to leave a nucleus here
to attend to the requirements;
of this coast. A further point
to consider 1b that   any   boy,
applying to the Naval Instruct-
or between now and the middle
of September -vhen the college \
will open,   will   be   accepted
without examination other than
an oral one".
Julius Caesar Nayphe Returns
Chautauqua Audiences to Hear New Lecture
From WeU-Known Athenian
Tlie hrHHfml vtiii;: Ailii'iiiim, Julius Caesiir Nayphe, who made such »
profound Iniprwjslbn un Clumtnimun audiences lust year, Is returning this
slimmer hi n nmi! lecture. Ills unusual success lost year brought repeated
requests for his return from practically every town on tlie circuit.
The evening paper of Trinidad, Colorado, says of him:
'ills lecture yesterday was a novelty—It wus almost a dream. Ia fact one
mlj.'hi Imve llimujlit mi lmd 11 not been I'm- Ids endless fcti'Jng.of witticisms, his
excrucintln:r'.v I'miuy descriptions, and with It all bis serious minded expressions tii' i- - i.-.iiitit'iil and Ilia true."
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
ol Canada*. Limited
OUce, Smelting mil Refining Department
TRAIL,   BRITISH COLUMBIA
SHELTERS  AND  REFINEKS
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YOU, too, should study this mark of
good travel.   Firestone Tires are
dependable; built for wear and tear of
all kinds.
The Non-Skid letters hold the car true
in all weathers and the Firestone "extras'*
of material and building insure long
wear, which means lowest cost
Cranbrook Saddlery Co.
Cranbrook, B. C.
Vulcanising dona on our promts*.
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No Matter Where Its
Punctured
Or In how man)' places
our Vult-aiil/liiK nlll restore to m-rvit'i- amain.
Ni-xl limi' you unci
Willi lira- lriiulili-N conic
here anil try the modern
ami scientific mi'llioil of
lire repairing.
ONE TEST WILL PROVE
VUU'W'E'M
ITS   EFFICIENCY   AMI)    j ,
I'MIOl'ltTKII ECONOMY
Cranbrook Vulcan*
izing Works
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(sETYOUK   .1011   I'ltlMIMi   AT   THE   HEKALl)
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Cranbrouk, B. C.
Meets ever? Tuesday at S p.m. Id
tbe Fraternity Hall
R. C. Carr, C. C.
C. H. Collins. K. R. ft 8.
Visiting brethren cordially In-
rlted to attend.
It looks as though the German Crown Prince's stay ln
France Is to be prolonged beyond schedule time. Rapidy of
action woud now be his greatest asset—if he had not lost. It.
He should have saved some of
the chateaus he destroyed and
some of the wine he gulped
down earlier in the game. They
would give him a little comfort
in lils present distress.
WHICH ROAD ?
YOU MUST CHOOSE ONE
THIS
LEADS TO
YOUR LOSS!
sBSfc*
THIS
LEADS TO
YOUR GAIN
TAKE NO CHANCES
WITH FIRES
I PUT THEM OUT
orium
THEATRE
ONE NIGHT ONLY
Thurs., Aug. 8
IN
"The Girl from
Over There f
The Smartest Song
Show of the Year
HEATS HOW ON SAI.K AT BKATTIrMIWRt'llY'S 1IH1H STORK
Prices: $1.00, 75, 50cts THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1918
TIIK  CRANBROOK  HERALD
PAGETHREjv
Do your eyes
tire easily ?
The tired look and the
feeble feeling that comes to the eyes with age
is often preventlble to a
very great degree. If eye
health is constantly safe
guarded, not (only ithej
eyes themselves, but often the entire 'human]
machine may be retained in youthful strength
and vigor. When In
doubt about t lie eyes see
M.1b. WAtlson
I        MANUPAQTUHINO omulAM
Ijjfti mil 1111 nu wi tu 11 u 11 ii in ui 11 u/'i'Mt&iiii 1111 i tu n tB'ttri^ilpS^HHn
See the New
Auto Strop
Safety Razor
Just Arrived
Price, $6.50
P. PARKS & CO.
Hardware & Mill Supplies
Cranbrook     -     B.C
THE
COEUR D'ALENE
Spokane, Washington
Till': IIOTRIj with A
I'l KSOVU.ITV
Tlilh I.ihihi- Iim t-n
happy •iMiiKi'tin o( be*
log tlie r« vn rite ■lop-
pliiK place lu Spokane
for the people of Brltlih
('ulimil)la We appreciate
thla patronage and do
everything In our power
to .nuke you comfortable.
(Mir locution In i'lct'llftit —
> li-hi- tu Qreat Northern station
ind O W It * N Mllwauke.
terminal, nnd wliimi a mln-.te'a
walk from the principal bualneaa
iiiiuis'H antl plHi'i-H nf amuiement,
Hw  Nh-aii.Kltln  on   Hoof
"WHITE"
JEWING MACHINES
MADI IN CANADA
rOR  CANADIAN HOMIt
WILL GIVE YOU
COMPORT
EASE AND
REAL PLEASURE
WHILE SEWING
Can you think of any reason why
there should not be one In your
T0WHT0H08
Kllby frames pictures.
Booat the-CbMitaNi-Wa.
Mrs. Dan Oltroy. returned form-California tills week, luulaia*P«avt.aj plea,
sant three.maltha' vtaat.
W. D. Hill's
raeaces on Saturday, August 3rd, tt
9 o'clock sharp.
Mr. Creelman, of Maycook.
was in town on MondKjs oa.bui-
iness.
John Chernlwhan, an Auat-
rlan, was fined $10 and eosuton
Saturday for falling to have his
parole card properly-endorsed.
Miss Maud Itevidsou, ot
returned home this weak after a plea-
sant veit ot three weeks at tbe home
ot Mr. Dave Sutherland.
The monthly meeUnfiot the W. A.
to the a. W, V. A. will be held la the
Veterans' parlors on Tuesday, Aupirst
Sth, at 8. p. m. sharp
300 pain-of Ladles' Corset*, all the
lateat models, to he sacrificed at W.
D. Hill's.
F. Dazell and family have
gone to the Hot Spring! at Windermere. B. C, where they will
holiday for a week or so,
Miss Henlen Fowler, ot Nelson, who
gained the Governor-Oen*nal!s bronze
medal In the entrance aiamlnatlans
was formerly a pupil of King Bdward
school, Cranbrook.
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Loucke hare
returned from their wedding' trip,
which extended ss far east >as Kenora
and Winnipeg. They wHI take up
their residence on Durlck avenue.
Tommy Stewart, of the tlylni corps.
Just returned from the aviation Held
ln Texas on a three weeks' furlough.
He went to Invermere yesterday on a
short visit.
Shorthand, TyyjewrttlntjaBdjBook-
keeping at King Edward's School. Day
classes, "12.00 a month; Evening classes, "6.00. Private lessons by arrangement.
The council chambers-of the caty
hall ls being newly, kntauesiunj aad
varnished. It will sum be proof
against the- ravages of the hat air
germ.
Kindergarten chum. at Ktttf W-
ward's school, M a, sm. to li
Keadlnc, WrHlag. Dsawtjsti*
Number work, Smgrat
a month (4 weeks) Including mater-
lale for work. tl
Messrs. Bechtl and Soweihy
of Wasa were among.tbe^Uaiik-
men who took In the- ttaek-
breeders assooiattotr nueMug en
Saturday.
Mr. and Mm. wiMwr «. mil aad
lahy arrived in Craabrcok on Tuesday from Vancouver, and Intend auk>
mg their home.Dare. Mr. Hill Is to ha
implored la- the- W. D. HU1 day (Ml
aouse.
A. Solem, of Tannlefoot, fi. C
got on the honor-'roil of the
Herald's Bubacription list this
week. He says there am-nut
many mosquitoes -hi tho laariMr
woods—Just -a few.
laillfR- -Hill has staut.d a Midsummer Sale that would d» cu-aoU to
"Old Tim" and while he is not actually elvlng HiIbus away be la sMac
a quarter (tt-per cent) -off sieriar*
Hole (ttrchased. Th*' sate ia for 10
days only, romnsulat on ataturdw.
August 3rd, at a
11 year HasI laaha fat U
> kr W. J. Balky af Oral
Haul- el every d-Mitpiii
coated with Improved Asphalt fern-
est aid Warranted Ugks,
IIJMI Inr IM
■ahraaav, e|d
reprint    '
tut
P. Burns & Co.
Highest price*
paid for Cattle,
Sheep & Hogs
H. Edwards, of St. Marys
prairie, took in the meeting of
the stock-breeders on Saturday.
Leslie Forsythe, of Klmberley
is reporting for military service at Vancouver this week.
Tom Cameron, ot Mayook,
was an interested spectator of
the stock-breeders proceedings
on Saturday.
Ladies', MisseB' and Children's
warm day dresses at one quarter off
the regular prices for 10 days only.'
I)o not miss tills sale, [or a dollar
saved Is a  dollar nude,   w.li   Hill.,
a<?%'
Every 10c
Packet of
11 a.   in.  In   Presbyterian   Qhuroh,
"A Call trom the Batlletleld."
12 noon—School in lli.ptlt;t church.
T.Hd p. m., In Baptist ohurch—"All
for a scrap of paper."
Fleming Bros, of Wycllffe,
were interseted in the proceedings of the stock breeders on
Saturday.
Mr. A. E. Watts, of Wattsburg, has
one ot the finest vegetable gardens ln
the whole east Kootenay, and It ls almost ns large as the average ranch.
J. M. Coutts, of the J. D. Mc-
Hrlde hardware, has gone on a
;t*wo weekaj vacation to (the
coast.
Harry Deacon has been cal-
Tli regular monthly meetiug ot the
Women's Institute will be held on
Tuesday. August Oth, in the Parish
HaU at 3 p. m. There -'will be a de-
monst ration on "Summer Salads'"
by Mri,. A. C. Bowness. Mrs. E. H.
Seaman will preside,
WILSONS
FLY PADS
WILL KILL MORE FLIES THAN
S8"nW0RTH  OF  ANY
STICKY ' : Y CATCHER    •
withoiust niriH'ii
Special    services    commemorating
; tin.*  funrth  -liiuiversary of the great
war will Im* held hi tht* Methodist
chuVch next Sunday. Rev, u. w. Lee
conducting both BorvlceB, Thu singing at the n h. in, service will be led
by u Junior Choir, with Miss Eunice
Parrett'as soloist. Patriotic serrloe
at T.:tu p, m. Miss McBride will be
the aoto.st. A hearty Invitation is extended to ull to utieud these services
Clean to handle. Sold by all Druggists, Grocers and General Stores.
A large number, of Cranbrook
people spent Sunday at Green
Bay, Cranbrooki fashionable
summer resort.   It vas a great =
day for bathing and when the; '*"' Jj» J' Bin"ing'C,5a?;
i      >, ul. ...       .    .u  .la  v.     Li'ttle. B. T. Copper, Henry Mott
bunch hit the water the tide be- j and Scotty Buchanan. They re-
Kan to come in and rose a foot port a very strenuous time, es-
befoie the bathers could catch pecially on the return trip.
their breath. 	
  ,     Mr. Ogilvle, superintendent
of the Gerard hatchery, arrived
in town Sunday. He will remain
about a week to superintend the
distribution of the salmon fry
Money,   "Ye   Gods,"  aad   how   we
| like to make  it.   The quickest  way
to   make   money   rs   to   visit Hill's
Midsummer Sale.   A (40.000 'took to
led to report at Vancouver on i,P sacrificed at 2B per oem. oft the' now being hatched on Moyle
July 31st for military service.    ! regular prices.
river.
Mrs- Dr. Morris (nee Mae
Jamieson) of Calgary, has been
the guest of Miss McBride for
the past week.
R. S. Shield, principal of the
Cranbrook central school left
yesterday to Bpend his holidays
on the prairleB.
Al Doyle and Bill Carlln, of
Fort Steele, were in town on
Saturday attending the meeting
of the stock breeders association.
There are Important events hoppen
each year.Thc most Important event
Just now Is Hill's sale. Everything
to be sacrificed. Come and be convinced.   W. D. Hill.
P: Burns & Co.
Ben Tead, an old timer of
Cranbrook, and late of West
Kootenay, was renewing acquaintances in town this week
find, also Investigating some
mining properties on Wild Horse.-
W. G. Bargett don't forget the
boys at the front as he regularly sends a package of Copenhagen snuff, which is a scarce
article in the trenches.
We do nol claim we are going to
give you something for .nothing, but
we do claim to give you genuine bar.
galas at tbta sale, bargains that may
never appear again during a lifetime.   W. D. HIIL    I
ai'-'   —,Yi.';i      i    > --   * --   -
That little ad Is doing the
work all right, said Harry Reed,
.whols advertising some ftirni-
/ture for sale In the Herald
classified column. What it has
done for him it will do for you.
Geo. Scott, an old timer of
pie district, one of the kind
who makes money and spends
it where he makes it, waa ln
town on Saturday from Tobacco
Plains in attendance atj the
(meeting, of the stock-breeders
association.
What la wrong at Hill's? Have
the banka decided to press the button or are they actually In charge?
Imagine the prices now—a|2.00
shoe for $130; a «4 M shoe for |3.00;
a |«.O0 shoe for $4.60. These prices
#111 nor be recognized when the sale
'is over.   W.   D.    Hill.
Corduroying the roads don't
help the autos, so the chauffera
say who must drive over them.
Spreading ashes full of nails Is
of no assistance to them either.
If your name does not appear
in the paper this week it ls not
our fault. Pass over two dollars
for a year's subscription and we
will print your name in bold
blank type without any extra
coat.
A bunch of St. Marys prairie j
ranchers were ln the city on;
Saturday attending the stock-
breeder* meeting. Among them |
were J. W. Foster, Harry Stev-1
ens and the McClttre Brothers. ,
Miss Harriet Moffatt, one of the,
.'ompetent sales ladles of the W. I).
Hill dry R.-ods store, returner! on Tuesday from a r'essant visit ln Vaneju-i
««r »lth MK» Innis M HIH for tha Ins!'
three woeks. The many pat.'ons of
this store »lll be pleased to ape her
back again.
Mrs. Waldon McKay has received
word from her husband, who Is connected with ttie field ambulance corps
at the trout, that .he has given up a
pint of his blood for infusion to save
the life of a comrade. He has been In
the hospital for three weeks and Is to
have a furlough of three weeks more
at tbe «ea shore to recuperate.
MIDSUMMER BALE of Millinery
aad general line of ladles' wear has
Just opened and will be continued for
the whole month of August, during
which time all hats will be sold st
half price and special rednced prices j
will bt made on all ladles' corsets and,
WMtamar. MlM M. McLend, Milliner, Bakar It.. Cranbrook. I
Cranbrook has hot only) a There wl" be "° mee,i"B "'the tran-
glorious olimate, but there are bronk F"mm' '"■tnute in August.
curative properties In Its oione     |, unybody dressed io loon like a
for  certain  kinds Of ailments, returned  soldier   tackles  you   refer
one of them we may mention Is hlm to the a. w. v. a., who will look
asthma. The brother-in-law of Bfl" Mm\ He mny he a bum and not
»i i    i     ur     "■"*■"" "• ■■"» w returned soldier at a 11.   A good ar-
Malcolm Horie came from the tide is often counterfeited,
prairies on  the advice of his - - -
doctor to be cured of asthma. Norman  J.  Beach, a Cran-
and there has been a wonderful- brook centra>   Bchool   8Choiar
Improvement already.              ; 8tood fourtn ,„ tne prov|nce at
Shooting ducks and otner '"<" recent entrance examinat-
game out of season ls an offen- lons' navll,K secured 830 marks,
ce t heprovinclal authorities are The three higher marks obtain-
determlned to put a Btop to. The ed were 887, 834 and 833. He
Indians are the worst offenders, st0od second In the district, a
but no. the only   ones.   Blind N , hoto    beal|        h,
Torn was caught with half a        ,    , ,
dozen ducks In his possession onl "* tom markB-
which he was offering for sale. 	
lie did'nt shoot them, but the Rl>v HmlB Wrl*nt hnA '"ml|i' and
other bucks did. He was fined Mr (i p- Flnk on(1 •amll>' "*»■«•»
$1 and costs and in default be- on ^'Kaiay evening from an outing
came a guest of the province »nd fishing tour in the vicinity of Pin-;
for a day or two. ' cller creek. They had a thoroughly en-
  | Joynble tme, although they ran Into
a snow storm and heavy rain that
lasted for two days. It spoiled their
fun a little, but It did the country
thousands of dollars* worth of good.
The roads they found ln splendid con- ]
J. M. Doherty came from Alberta two years ago with a bunch of cattle and settled on Cherry creek. His stock has Increased and he is well satisfied with .,, , , ., , ,, ,
the change. Alberta was all J,m°nK '"?** ,h,? "?hbo'h00* °'
right but the winters were too Cranb °°*' T"6 po Ulcal M't,es he™
severe. He is putting up a new ,7™'* bl, ,n '"'(ch,1a ""T '"T
home and sheds, fencing in his ,l0" ,h0' "" ,be8,' they,ca" ao ,n ""
ranch and otherwise Improving roo<1 maWn8 '"t0 m'anr°>-
rnrRf h nim-r tokv
All notices of Church services and
meetings are charged for at the rate
nf Five cents per line per Insertion.
his property. The ranchers ln
his neighborhood had a splendid rain on July 23rd, which
greatly improved vegetation.
He renewed his subscription to
the'Herard."     "  W
Among those who took ln the
stampede at Lethbrldge last
week were the following; R M-
BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. John P. Sinclair, Minister
Union  services with   Presbyterian
Church.   Remembrance Day, Aug. 4.
Every day you
Hear but perhaps
YOU haven't the
OPPORTUNITY
-Of coming In dierct contact with the serous situation of supplies. Everyday the
lifficulty grows greater, when we place an
Order, it is with the understanding that it
is subject to the market conditions so that
we do not know whether we will receive
all, half or any part of the order.
We dislike to harp on this question all
lhe time but it is our desire to protect our
customers and ills with this end in view
that we advise you to anticipate your wants
far ahead, you will be sure that you will not
be disappointed and that you will have
better goods than is possible to buy later on
ml your saving will be worth while.
^ttmsWLii^
Ladies!
WE HAVE JUST PASSED
INTO STOCK HERE A
Twenty Thousand Dollar Stock
Consisting of Ladies' Misses and Children's Wear, Shoes,
Middies and General Dry Goods
—from our Okanagan store. This added to our already heavy
stock ls more than this city will warrant, we have therefore decided to put on a—
GENUINE CLEARANCE SALE
FOR TEN DAYS ONLY
—during which time every article in the store will be sold at
wholesale prices and many lines "slightly dusted" or "soiled"
will be sacrificed and sold at ONE HALF the regular selling
price. WE HEREWITH SUBMIT A PEW PRICES WHICH
WILL LARGELY GOVERN ALL LINES. WE WILL GIVE
ONE QUARTER OFF THE PRICES ON ALL REGULAR GOODS
Ladles white and colored wash Bklrts, regular $1.25 for 95c
Ladles' white aad colored wash skirts, regular $2.00 for $1.50
Ladles' white and colored wash skirts, regular $4.00 for W.00
Ladies' white or colored stripe waist, regular $1.25 for »5c.
Ladies' white or colored stripe waist, regular $4.00 for M.00
Ladles' white or colored stripe waist, regular $2.00 for $1.50
Ladies' white or colored stripe waist, regular $4.00 for $8.00
Ladles' ene piece dress, 200 to choose from, reg. $6-00 for $440
Ladles' one piece dress, regular $8.00 for $(40
Ladies' one piece dress, regular $18.00 for $18.50
A FEW "SLIGHTLY DUSTED" AT ON'E HALF
THE REGULAR PRICE
A limited quantity of fbunelcttes, re-ntar per yd. 18c. tor ll!»c
A lmlted tiun-ttti tl nuMlettn, regular per yard tie. lor 18He.
A United quantity of flMMttea, refular per yd. S6c. for HHe.
LAMES' MISSES' aid CHU.DBEV8 SHOES WILL BE SOLD AT
85 per cent OFF TBE REGULAR FBICE8.
WE have today the best assarted stock ol Ladles' Misses and
Children's shoes ll tke Kootenays aU to be sarrlflced at 25 per
cent or ONE QUABTEB off th* rc-p-lar price. Make ao mistake that
whea. HILL pats on a sale It Is gamine.      	
Cliilds leather or canvas shoes, regular price tl 25 for ti ets.
Child's  leather  or  canvas  shoes,  regular   price  42.00   tor  11.50
Ladies' kid slipper, regular price »2.75 for   W.05
Ladies kid slippers, regular prce $4.50 for  IM5
Ladles' high top kid or leather laced shoes, regular 16.50 for tt&i
Ladles' high top kid or leather laced shoes, regular 19.5*1 for»J.16
All Drew Goods, Voile., Silks, etc., <tc'., to be sacrificed. Call
and be convinced that we live np to what we advertise to do.
THE SALE WILL COMMENCE ON
Saturday, August 3rd., s\t 9 o'clock Su m.
-and will eoattaue far 1* DAT! ONLY. This will be onr last tab this season, aad will, If prices tout for anrthlag, be Ue nest fa-mtte
allow anr article to leave the store oa approval, aor will we CHABOE A SINGLE ITEM TO ANYONE. Wa
we will aot eiehange anything olea It Is l»ke« fro* the premises aad wBI live ap fa th*** rales.
Klndlr note that wa wUI lot
also desire la stale pta.il. that
W.  D.   HILL Pry Goods Ladies' & Misses Wear
[nVfcs m*s\>****>to'*e**%t'*stkjL\i'^'t\ •*>e\''*''*\
yemittytm n^nn^a.  ^ftmtml^gtste^lffttt "^*n
tyaaf PAGE POUR
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
f
Jfappemngs TJhroughout   Uhe
'District
Contributed by Our Regular
Correspondents
EtKO NOTES
Hy Fred Roo
A big bunch ul! 'IrumujL'rs visited
ICIko lhe last week, taking orders for
everything from a pack uiuiu to u tea
strainer, some live wireB anil some
feces that would make your own face
mile to look at them; tlie Alberta
meat trust with the same old line of
dried beef, overland trout, and dls-
Blpated ood-ftsh, a Port Arthur man
with a full Hue or coal-lieavera dungaree's und bathing suits, snld his
futher was (Jerniau but he hud been
civilized ai tlie lust dock walloppers
strike in Port William. A Calgary
man wih a dispensary case carrying
samples of almost imreKasiillue umi
BOap grease, a slippery cuss believe
me, hut slid out of town on seeing
the human ferret. A Winnipeg specially traveler, like Icing on a take,
nice to louke at but not very substant-1
ial, looked as If he had visited several j
.siaiuiredes aud lived un tamerack bark
and barb wire, selling individual cher-j
ry dumplings, tallow face creom, nose;
ringH, stuffed mushrooms and roasted
peanuts; at'ter-dinner-sipeaker Eill
Clay, wiih how to cut the high cost1
of living, (buy from me). If you give i
Ed a good urder he will tell y<-u how
to start a fire in a cook stove, and!
then tell you a story that will take
the enamel off the stove. A delega-
tion of G, I*. it. telegraphers Inspect-!
ing the company's khaki colored bun-1
gulows, A Lethbrldge brewery num'
with fortiried prune Juice, and other
kinds of suft drinks. Hub Wilson,
managing Bidtor of the Winnipeg and
Western Urucer, is expected ou the
next two boats, Senator Gray of tho ;
Imperial Tobacco Co. tall as a sup-1
ling, strong us a tree, cuu out talk
out work, and outwit any tobacco
iraveler on the road. Jim llatea of
Vancouver, with tanned cowhide novelties, shoes made frumtanued horse,1
and moose hides with the hair still
on, a sure cure for corns and wet feet.'
Tu be continued in our next. j
Mrs, Albertou and two daughters of:
Wycllffe, 11. 0. Is visiting Elko this
week, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hay
tl. Hlrtz, Dreghorn Villa Hlverslde
Park.
The Hon. the Minister of Lands,
Mr, Potullo, Comptroller of Wat#r
Klgths, Mr. Voung, of Victoria, Alex.
I. Fisher. M. IM'. Pernie, Alex. McNeil, the Fernie luwyer, 0, McNab, of
Waldo, were Klko visitors this week,
culling on the writer, onroute.
The Saturday evening Post, says a
chink may not be white, but lie ls a
long sight better American than the
Kaiser hound, "so say all ofus".
Klko Is said not only by Jim Thlstlebeak, but hy world wide travelers
to be the most beautiful mountain
(ownslle In the whole Dominion. "It
Is where Fred ltoo Uvea".
Last weeks war news must have
shattered the cruzy Kaiser's dreams.
Go to it you Allies. Germany Is beaten. The tide lias turned. The last
lap.. Shells aud men, men and shells.
A stout heart, a united trout, and a resolute will be ut home. Then the
ghostly thing will soou be over, and
Uie world will be ridded once and tor
ever of the accursed HUN. The German flag is a filthy rug, sturned with
every iiuugiuahle and unimaginable
crime and is a fittlug cover for carrion. Bury It you allied hero's with
the beastly HUNS.
Yes "Mabel" it is true we souie-
-..nies serve up "lloi Sunt" but these
notes ure not meant tor weak stom-
acus, We like lu see Justice done
uud our sjquI is mirrored in these not-
68,
fi-ed ltoo, Jr., who sulled from New
.oik ou lhe United Slates destroyer
Brooklyn, arrived at u Crenel) por'. on
the 4th of July, ufter a very pleasant
trip across, He seuds the following
lines, to be sung lo (he tune uf "John
Browns Body"
old Hill Kaiser, We've come accross
lhe Blue,
We've a date with friends of ours
who M.ve a date with you,
We've got the wallop tli...  will pill
the business through,
So wo are marching on,
Chorus
Glory,   Glory,   Glory,   Halleluiah.
Bill, old dog we're going to do yer,
Ten kinds of Hell are coming to yer.
As we go marching on.
Old BUI  Kulser, do you ever stop
to think.
Exactly what awaits yon and your
son the Missing link.
When we Imve a little party up in
Potndtun-on the-Bltnk,
As we go marching on,
Chorus; Glory, Glory, Glory, etc.
The partnership of you "und Gott"
is dead forevermore;
Tho Devil Is your partner, and he
holds the open door;
Wliere the trademark "Made in Ger-
msvny" is stamped upon lhe floor;
As we go marching on.
FLASHES, DOTS ami HASHES
The honest workman don't
have to work hard these days
to bring the sweat to his brow.
In unity there is strength—
therefore let us be united for
the common good.
Team play is what counts in
this modern age—therefore let,
us play ball.
The Hun goose step is set to
too alow time to keep pace
with the Pershing trot.
WANT ADS.
»*■
The rales for adveriisementsj iu
- tills column miJer u classified head
Is us follows: Tliree lines, oue Insertion for 25c three Insertions ot
the sume nd 6Uc. Lurgcr ads In proportion.
THE ST A It SECOND   HAM)   STOKE
List   uf   Bargains   tills   Week.
(IOOIJ RANOB OP   COOK   STOVEB
from $10.00 up.	
TWO SETS MEDIUM SIZED"llAltN-
ESS--Sccund hand cheap,	
SILVER    PLATBD     CORNET—Cost
$40.01);  J16.00.	
QUANTITY OF CARPENTERS TOOLS
for mtle cheap. 	
SET OF DICKENS WORKS—Cost |36:
Sacrifice 118,00	
DAVENPORT- "Cost $47.0C : $22.0(1.
OAK   BXTENTION   DININU  TABLE,
six leaves, *iii,oo.
KOR SALE—Choice pure bred llol-
Btuln hulls, from one month to fifteen months old. II 11. McClure,
Wycllffe. 27-31.
KOR Sale-Two fresh calved grade
heifers. II. II. MoClure, Wycllffe. 27-3t
KOR SALE -A solid oak mlsslo.1 finish librury table, u rocking chair, sume
finish, leather covered, oak finlched
dresser, three-quarter Iron bed, spring
und muttress, tapestry rug, 3x3 %
yards, kitchen cabinet. Apply Hurry
Heed, Phonel27. 28-3t-p
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS WANTED
—or small furnished collage, by young
couple. "D" Herald office.	
SAWING OUTFIT FOR SALE—Six
horse power gasoline engine nnd drag
saw for cutting wood, C. Uodderls  lti>.
FOR SALE OR TRADE for heifer calves—1 berkshlre sow, 15 months old,
1 Yorkshire sow, 10 months old. Cord-
wood, |2.60 rick. G. Baldwin.     2|-3l-p.
LOST—One Strawberry Roan Horso,
full White face. Branded I. 8. left hip.
LuHt seen Elko, 11 C, Reward, Downs
and Retueeke, Flugutone.
BACHELORS—Top Bhlrts underclothing und socks mended; collar
mending a specialty. MARY ISABEL
UUTLER, Seamstress, southwest cor
ner of Clark avenue and Lewis St.
WA.NTED-Nurse girl. Apply to Mrs
13. E. Howard, Burnell Ave.     28-tf
FOR SALE—1917 Chevrolet lu first
class shape;  price J600. Apply to J.
E. McDonald, Crunbrook Pool Room.
28-3t-|l
FOR SALE—A few cood Hoisteln cows
uud heirers, Muodouuld Bros, Box 835,
Cranhrook, B. c 28-3t-p
FORD CAR FOR SALE-Cheap for
cash, John Sliuw, Murtln Avenue, Crau
brook, II. 0, 28-3t
RABBITS    FOR    SAI.E-Phone    367
28-Jt-p
CAN your Erult and Vegetables,
meut or fish, by Ibe Stcum Pressure
System. Send for Catalogue and
prices of Home and Commercial Canning Plants. Equipment Dept., Vancouver Island Fruit Lands, Limited.
Belmont Bldg., Victoria, B. C.
Get
Your Digestion
in Shape
M;my ailments are caused
by   stomach  weakness, j
Faulty   tlisestion   leads  to |
biliousness, sick headache, |
dizziness, sallow skin and j
eruptions.    Maintain a
healthy   condition   of   tho
stomach and you will get
rid of the chief cause of your
sufferings.    Do not neglect
the laws of health.   Keep
stomach, liver and bowel:',
in order by timely use of
will get you next time, If you
iloit't.
Let no man get your goat
Why is It that bo many men
don't make good? The answer
is easy. It is because somebody
else lias got their goat, and they
are afraid to assert themselves.
Oil, joy, the soaking rain of
last p'riday made all the ranchers go up in the air, but like
the cat they came down feet fir-
si and have got more faith In
terra lirma than ever.
CltANBROOK KOI*
AMI OUN CMJB
NOTICE
Tlie regular meeting of the
Cranbrook Rod and Gun Club
will lie held in the council
chambers of the city hall on
Tuesday, August 13th at 8 p. m.
for the transaction of general
business. All members are respectfully requested to be present.
E. T.  Cornier, Secretary.
Mr. Business Man, buy at
home. The Herald has a well
equipped job print ins office and
solicits your work.
Mr. Buyer, male or female,
do your shopping al home. Let
the advertising columns of the
Herald lie your catalogue.
Young man, join the Navy.
You can serve your king and
country in the Canadian Navy
of the future.    The submarine
tllltrolCATlOX   OF  TIIK   CITY   OK
I IIAMIROOK
Anniversary of Ibe tireat Wer
On August the 4th, 1918, a meeting
lu hereby culled  for 4 o'clock p. m,
in  the Clly Hull for the purpose of
pnssing a resolution as follows:-
Reoolved that on this unnlve?s ary
of the  Declaration of a Righteous
W;ur, this meetiug records It's inflexible determination to continue to a
victorious      i end tlie struggle Ih
maintenance of those Ideals of Liberty and Justice, which r.re the common and BUGfed cause of the Allies.
All loyal citizens are Invited to bt
present.
LESTER CLAPP, Mayor
Crnnbrook, II. 0. July 30th. 1918.
Wincarnis brings New Health and New Strength to
All Who Are
Weak, Anemic, Nervous, Run-down
U undermined liy Ill-health—when your home duties
hen your iik-ii-mrim -nill—• when you are Weak, Anemic,
It i-> that Winner nil prove-- lin power In promo tinij
now health and vitality,
WHEN  your constitution
become burdensome—wi
Kit..ni., ur Ituii-tliiwii    ihi-n
"i'he New Whicurni.;
h combination of Extract
ut Heel*, Extract of Malt,
Iron ant) Mutif-niiorir.
tJlyct'ro|iht»(ij)hBt*-B of
Calcium I'otQHi-ium mul
Mbdiuin with a ij-eciiilly
•elected wine. A Tonic,
Restorative, It lood- build -
it and Nerve-food. Pro-
scrlbed by the Medical
■•ruft'tiHoii for Atiii'-niiu,
Debility, Sleeplessness,
llruin Faff, Norvouineii,
Lowered Vitality, Lit
Grippe, Mfttartilty-weak-
neia and Convaleacanca
from any illiict-H.
llcnnusc Wlnnirnis pns Res-(?.-. a fmrfold power for
good, It I.j it Tonic, n Ueslorr.ilve, a Blood-maker
and n Ntirvo-bullder — nil combined ln one
Iwnoftelal, health-Rlvlng preparation. That Is why
Winriiriisit nmlii'H you feel no well, no quickly. And
It Is also lhe reason why so many Doctors have
nrcommended   Wlncurnis.
Wii-rnniin not only contains the very element* of
which m:r hollies are compoicd and without which it
would fade nnd die—but it has these wonderful proportion in tiii-ir iinift UHsimilative form.
Every Ingredient of Wincarnis Is endorsed and recom-
tiu-ntW iu tho daily pnicth-u of thu members of tbe
medical profession tiio world over.
ProprMorti Coleman & Co,, lid., Win-arms Works,
S.r:,;. /,-.   /:.-,;.     ( .imidiim   Ojji,?.   17   Portland St.,
iWxt.lt);   frank S. Ji.ill, R.Mdtul Dirrrlor.
Large
Size
$1.65
Small
Size
$1.00
: Obtainable from thc FUlouing Drug Storen
THE Bh'ATTIE-MURPHY CO., LTD..
WANTED—More advertisers in
the Herald. If you have anything to sell and are willing to
sell it at a reasonable price, it
will pay you to advertise that
fact in the Herald. The same
thing applies if you want to buy
anything, or if you have lost or
found anything. Our rates for
classified ads have been made
very liberal. A small ad will
brtng you big returns.
COTTAQB FOR RENT—Furnished or
unfurnished "G" Herald office. 29-3tp
you will find WRIGLEY'S.
Everybody thinks of WRIGLEY'S
when chewing gum is mentioned.
This is the result of years of
effort to give mankind the
benefits and enjoyment of this
low-cost sweetmeat.
WRIGLEY'S helps appetite and
diaestion-allays thirst-renews
vigour.
MAD* IN CANADA
Sealed tlaht-
KePt right
Insomnia Cured
Without Drugs
Internal Bulbing itelleves the
Cause
If you do not sleep there 1b always
some cause. Don't start dosing with
drugs. Nerves can't consume them.
Relieve the cause aud a good, sound
sleep will be tho result.
The system cannot bo right if the
Colon or lurge intestine ls nol kept
clean mul free from ull wuste matter
Bathe luternully if you want perfect
health.
Mr. P, 0. Volgt, Itupld Clly, Mori.,
writes : "For several years 1 suffered
from Indigestion, Nervous Debility,
lusominunnd Constipation, llmi no appetite, and doctors did not expect 1
would live throughout tlie whiter, Vour
book illlereslcd me 1 got n 'J,'ll. J..
Cascade' and in u tew il.iys obtained
utuurkublo results. 1 now sleep and
mjoy my meals bettor Hum fur years
before.   I regard the 'J. II. I,. Cascade'
i u Oodi.end to mo."
The "J. H. I.. CaooAdo" is a perfected appliance ror Internal bathing
Invented by Dr, Chas, A. Tyrrell, ot
New York, aud has been tile means uf
restoring thousands to perfect
health. It Is shown and oxplulued by
the Beiittle-Murphy Co., Limited, who
will be pleased to give you an interesting book culled "The Wli.it. llieWhy,
The Way of Internal Bathing" on request,   Ask for It.
CORl'OBATION   OK  TIIK   CITY OF
I IIAMIIIIKIh
Lawn Service
PUBLIC NOTICE Is hereby given
that owing to tlie scarcity of water In
St Joseph's creek the use uf water for
lawn purposes Is hereby restricted to
the hours of 7 o'cock to 9 o'clock lu
the morning and from 7 o'clock to 9
o'clock In the evening until further
notice.
BY ORDER OP THE COUNCIL
Cranbrook, B. c. July 23, 1918.
M0BT0AGK  S.UK
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE ot the
Power of sule contained in a certain
mortgage dated the Sth day ot June,
1910, und made by Patrick A.*cConnelli
there will be offered for sale hy PUBLIC AUCTION by Mr M. A Beale at
the hour of ten o'clock, in the forenoon
an the 7th day of August, 1918, at thc
office of Beale and Elweli, Norbury
Avenue, Cranbrook, B. 0,
The following property, namely;
ALL AND S1NUULAR that certain
parcel or tract of land und premises,
situate, lying and being In the Kootenay District, in the province of British Columbia, and known and described us Lot Six Thousand One Hundred
antl Ninety seven (6197) Group One
(1), according to the omcial Map or
Plan of the said District.
The said property is situated near
Waldo, B, C, and is known aa McCon-
nell's Island and is Bald to contain
27U ucres ,more or less.
The Mortgage ls Informed that there
Is erected thereon a boarding house
and outbuildings.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS
and terms apply to
O. A. HANKEY & COMPANY, LTD.
Vernon, B. C.
or to
Beale and Elweli, Cranbrook, B. C.
Agents for thc Mortgagee.
the "Cranbrook Herald" Newspaper)
unless you respectively or your respec.
live legal representatives shall take
and prosecute the proper proceedings
to establish your respective claims, It
any. to the said lands, or to prevent
such proposed action on my part.
The Schedule above referred to:
Contract No. C ln favor of P. Backs,
assigned to Conrad Lurgess covering
Lot 1, Block 7, Map 1181.    '
Contract No. 7. In favor ot P Backs,
assigned to Victoria Backs, Covering
the lands herein.
Contracts Nos. 17 and 18 ln favor of
S. J. Morrow, covering Lots 1 aud 8,
Block lli. Map 1811 (inter alia)
Contract No. 2 In favor of M. C M.
Klein covering !,ot 1, Block 17, Map
1181.
Contract No. 1 In favor ot E. Mulr-
cnln, covering 1/it 4 Block 6, Map 118
Contract Nos. 32 and 44 In favor ot
L. S. Caple covering l,ots 2 nnd 8,
Block II. Map 118.
Dated nt the Und Registry Ofllce,
Nelson, II. C. this 12th day of July
A. II. 1918.
B. S, STOKES, District Registrar
TO:     I'eter Bucks. Conrad (.urges,
S. J. Morrow   M. 0, M. Klein, B.
Mlllroillll,  L.  S.  Caple        28-21.
IV ATI) II NOTICK
llli,-r.il,ii and Use
Tuke Nollci thai Basil Rulkot whoso
lllllroBB Is Baker Post Office, will apply
tor a license to take mid use fill Acre
feel ot water 0111 of llii IIA Creek,
which riows South East and drains In-
lo Kootenay Itlver about Wardner
Stat Ion.
The water will be diverted from
lhe stream ut a point about 25 chains
North of the Northern Boundary Line
if lol 1L7I1 .-.nd will he used for Irrlga
[ion and Domestic purpose upon the
Land described us |jit 12241, (J. K. D.
'1 lli.s    notice    was    posted    on    the
ground on the 17th day of June, 1918.
A copy of this notice aud application pursuant therein and to tli
•Water Act, 11114" will be flle.l In lhe
illh-e of the Water Recorder ut Cran-
i."ook. Objections to the application
.nay be Tied with the said Wnter Rt-
•oriler or witli tlie Comptroller of
Waler Rights, Parliament Buildings,
Victoria, B. C, within thirty days af-
er the fiist appearance of thla notice In a local newspaper. The date ot
'he first publication of this notice Is
June 21at, 1918.
BASH. RULKOT. Applicant
Cranbrook Land District
LANK ACT
llistrlrt uf Kast Kootenaj
Take noticejhat Jarrv Rymel:
Kitchener, occupation Labourer, i
tends to apply for permission to pi
chuse the following described land
Commencing at a post planted pt i
S. B. corner of lot 3903; thence so
20 chnlllB; thence east 20 chill ,
thence north 20 chains; thence w,
20 chains to place of commenceni
containing 4(1 acres excepting the.
from tbe rigid of wiiy of thc Canad,
Pacific Railway Company,
Hurry Ryniell, Apollo:
Date, lsl of May. 1918.
Hale of first publication Muy :io, r
WATER NOTICE
Diversion antl Use
TAKE NOTICE that Conrad
W. Johnson whose address is
Vancouver, B. C. will apply for
a linense to take and use one
cubic foot per second of water
out of Patton Lake, which is
situated on Lot 2245, Group 1
Kootenay District. Tne water
will be diverted from the lake
at a point about 250 feet west
of the westerly boundry of lot
2859, Group 1. Kootenay District and will be used for irrigation purposes upon the land described as the westerly 160 acres of lot 28G»; Group 1, Kootenay. This notice was posted on the ground the 20th day
of July, 1918. A copy of this
notice and an application pursuant thereto and to the 'Water
Act, 1914," will be'filed In the
office of the Water .Recorder
at Cranbrook, B. C. Objections to the application may he
filed with the said Water Recorder or with the Comptroller
of Wuler Rights, Parliament
Buildings, Victoria, B. C, within thirty days after the first appearance of this notice in a local newspaper. The date of
ihe first publication of IIiIh notice is July 25111. 1918.
I'onrail W. Johnson.
Applicant,
By Macdonald   and   Nisbet,
His Agent.
WATER   NOTICE     '
(Diversion  nnd   Use)
Tuke    notice     iKill   John    LOV.-II,
wl-oco u Mrcss is Cran broo, h c.
i.lll apply fur a licence |u luki i,nd
use One Second Foot ot water c t
of Ht. Joseph's creek which flows nt.nh
into St. Mary's river. Tho water will
be d'verlej from the stream i.i it
point about tha corner post of lot ii 115
and return to creek 20 Chains furlln-r
north down the strenn, and will bo
used for Do niesllc uud Irrigation
purpose upon the Land described ,.h
the west half of lot 2.'ilHi. Tills no-lee
was posted on tha ground on 11 a
10th day if June 1918.
A copy of tills notice and an api 11-
catlon pn'sunlit thereto and to |.u,
"Wuler Act, 1914," wll" be tile I iu
thc office of the Water Reconle: at
Crunbrook, B. C.
Objections to the application ir.ay
be filed with the said Water Recorder
or with the Comptroller of Wi er
Rights, Parliament Buildings Victors, B. C. w'thln thirty days nt*er lite
first appearance or this notice I.i a
local   ucw-j.apcr.
John Lovell, Applicant.'
The date of the first publication ot
this  noilce   Is  llth of July   WIS
Corporation of  the City   of  Cranbrook
Notice of Tax Sale
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that pursuant to the provisions of the "Municipal Act" and Amending Acts, und nt the resolutions of the Municipal Council of the Corporation' of the City of Cranbrook passed on the 10th day of July,
191* und the 22nd day of July, 1918, I will ou Wednesday, the 4th day of September c.n.Nut 11 o'clock city time, (being ten o'clock Coast time), in Hie
forenuon at tlie Munlepul Building, Norbury Avenue. Cranbrook, British t'ol-
uniblu, offer for sule by Public Auction, the lands, improvements and real
property, situated within the Municipality of tbe Corporation of the City ot
Crunbrook, und hereinafter set forth, tor delinquent taxes and subsequent
taxes In arrears, remaining unpaid and payable to the Corporation of the City
of Crunbrook, by tlie persons or usse'ed owners hereinafter respectively set
forth, and for interest, cost, expenses, und commission as provided by the
"Municipal Act" and Admending Acts, if Hie totul amount due be not sooner
paid. <    ... iM
THOS.  M.  ROBERTS, Collector.
Dated at Cranbrook. II. c. this 23rd day ot July, 1918.      _________
The Corporation of the city of Crunbrook is ready to receive information
from any source that any person having interest in any of tbe lands advertised herein is entitled lo protection under the "War Relief Act". Any person
having such knowledge is requested to uommtinlcute, in writing, witli the
Clerk, or Assessor or Collector at the City Hull, Cranbrook, B. C.
I.ANI) IIKCISilll ACT
(Section 184)
In the Mutter ot Appllcutlon No.
5297-1 and lu the Matter of lots 2, 3,
and 4, Block 7 or lot 132, Croup 1,
Map 1181.
TAE NOTICE that the above application has been made to register Victoria Backs as owner In fee of tile
above lands, und fro the Issue to tile
said Victoria Backs of a Certificate ot
Indefeasible title thereto and that lu
support ot sucli application there has
been produced a conveyance dated
1918 from tlie Baynes Lake Land Company Limited, whose title Is subject
to certain contracts for sale (inter
alia) set forth In the Schedule hereto
and which contracts arc unregistered
In the Land Registry Office.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE!
that registration will be effected In pur
suance of tbe above application and I
Certificate ot Indefensible Title to tho I
said lands Issued lo the nail Victoria
Bucks free of such unregistered con-!
tracts after the lapse ot thirty days
from the service upon you respectively of this notice, (which service upon
you respectively may be effected by
publication hereof for two weeks In J
Name of Assessed  I'ersons block    let
aT
Ward A. A 21 H-15
Elweli  E.    21 -''-hi
MacDonald A. B 22 15-
Alchlson W. J 22 B'-l«
Atchison  W.  J.    23 13-14
Alichlson  W. J 23 15
Atlehson W.J 23 Ni
Murray C.  , 25 30-wVs 32
Phillips T. 0 26 10
Leask Luuru  26 21
Murray J. D 28 l
Meyers J. V 28 19
llewson und Baldwin  29 18
Watson  II 20 36
Merrlngton J. 0 2» •J11
Bathie J 30 J
McCready  W 31 J]
Bent Mrs. E 31 "
Tyler 0, W 81 JJ
Walsh W. O. Estate  31 »
Walsh W. O. Estate  31 «
Kerry   I)     32 "
Shelton A. and A 82 |«*»
llayward W. Q.  32 W
(Holiday J. 0 ••••32 -™
llaruffu Carlo  .33 J     _
McNeill  It. S 33 11-17
McDonald und Nlsbel    33 JJ
McNeill H. 8 "" «*•»
Howurd J 35 «•!»
Murray  Mra.  J.   A 35 f"'*'1
M«»uduT 30 6
Ersklnetl 80 16
Ho T JJ '"
Kerrigan   James    87 17-18
IHxncy E g« ■■   M
Hogarth (I •1* .   "•'*
Carson U M »« "J**",,
Bryans V.   »« »(*•«<••'
l.cuskd. It 3» o-J
Mar Fung  JJ }•
Kllby  W.  W J__   J*
Ilaldwlll S. II. and I). II 88 ™-"
u.usk u. r 5J ,;
l*aBk U. II 8» _"
Aticlison  W. J 89 }»
Scanlon J. T.  »<• '_
little   and   Atchison 90 ^9
Harvey I JJ • %
Matheaon I' H W
Small E. H *0 SU'41-«
Bun Qunn  I •} S,
Seymord E.   >I_ 127
Seymord E $r   28
Mali Jim and Wing Charlie ....82 1
Held Mrs.  »J , J .      •
Fuiu  T »• ,,J*6     >i
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6.80
82.10
39.90
4.00
43.80
10.65
2.80
19.35
202.55
12.10
214.65
99.40
7.00
100.40
49.70
4.60
54.20
49.70
4.50
64.20
179.00
10.86.
189.95
61.40
6.05
66.46
41.60
4.06
45.56
99.30
0.45
95.76
14.90
2.70
17.60
20.20
3.00
23.80
18.25
2.80
21.16
211.60
3.30
29.80
90.00
6.80
102.80
38.20
3.80
42.10
64.60
6.20
69.80
44.65
4.20
48.86
64.60
5.20
68.80
33.15
3.66
36.80
13.26
2.65
16.80
49.20
4.46
63.16
70.90
6.50
76.80
61.40
4.55
55.86
9.96
2.60
12.46
86.15
6.30
92.46
48.25
4.40
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30.30
3.50
33.80
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0.30
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99.45
6.95
106.40
48.10
4.40
62.10
68.0(1
5.40
73.40
19.86
3.00
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169.06
10.45
179.(0
64.70
4.70
69.40
92.80
0.66
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59.05
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6.20
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60.60
6.60
75.10
16.66
2.80
19.36
107.76
7.35
116.10
416.06
22.76
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190.60
11.50
202.10
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10.10
172.80
10.10
172.10
82.90
6.15
89.08
190.60
11.60
202.10
124.60
9.20
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170.20
10.60
180.70
224.15
13.20
237.36
49.70
4.50
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53.10
4.65
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99.70
7.00
106.70
63.10
4.65
67.76
19.95
3.00
22.86
19.95
3.00
22.85
33.15
3.65
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166.10
10.30
176.40
92,80
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166.10
10.30
176.40
166.10
10.80
176.40
86.15
6.80
92.41
116.25
7.80
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2.80
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16.66
8.80
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45.40
4.25
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111.88
7.80
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