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Array THE CRANBROOK HERALi
Victor-.
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1  Mill'.
VOLUME 21
CRANBROOK,    BRITISH COLUMBIA.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY Btll, 1919
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OF
! KEGUUJt MEETING OF
CRANBROOK (ITY BAND
t
On Wednesday  afternoon   of   last I    B. Johnson, ot Wardner asked about
week a large and representative Rath--1 herding sheep
erlng of stockbreeders and fanners
met in joint mooting to tiro oity hall
with it. B, Beattlo in tin- chair,
The special attraction was the pres
once of T, It, MacKens-fe. tlto provin-
olal grazing commissioner, who was
hilled to Rive an address,   io. ll. m,-"'11"1^ up the range
„f    -J--J Hint thoy slumlil he taxed
MacKenzIe   TIlOI'O Ik a
,„i,i ,'»'!■ hand "ii ull
MacKenzIe—Sheep am! cattle musi
have wparate allotments. Sheep pn
higher np iu siitnmi'i'. where the wool
umi inniiis do bettor,
A. H.,Smith road a later from New-
The first regular meeting of the
Cranbrook t ity Hand Association wa-.
held nt l-iv Band luoms on Mondnj
Petj. Brd. Constitution and By-Law-
were adopted and committees ap-
pointed.
it is reported that tlie reorganized
band is rounding out into fine shape,
and some fine public performances
may be expected as soon a* weather
conditions warrant
Employers of labor are again asked
io make their wauls known to were-
PUB. SBHDOL REPORT BF
PERFECT ATTENDANCE
1 gale
uplalnlug
the
it tiselei
/uses) tury D. a  Kay.
it is tlie desire of
and  suggostiug
tax  of
the organisation to have Band Musi
ciana plocod i» every possible opening, The Hand's Employment Committee  Is always  working and quick
i'he*., tin- enorgotlc Bocretary
stoook breeders'  nBBoclntioti   gavi
abort address as preliminary,  Me tnid {i"'1' '"';|1' .^,1^,1^,,^— ^^^™™^^
1 head on snoop.   Ho would make a note | action will be aecured for both em-
of tins umi mire .1 "cattle" in this
Instance Included horses,
Kev, Father Lnwbol   will resident*
tiring In ftoek from the
ployerB and musicians seeking   employment
"BOOST THE BAND."
-Thoy
1 nil up Lho r.
e    Suppose
ill   1,0011 head
11   brln.
roaldenl
mild thai
of tin- niniH of the association and nut
lined hnme or tin' work ii hnd ncocom-
plhihed. ll bad done mueb io bettor
conditions throughout this district, it
bad secured the froo trnn a por tallon
lor food ror stock, " took a good
deal nf consistent work both in deal
ing with the province nnd the c.P.ll
10 get this concession, but as Boon as
thu association had established Its
case (he concession was granted and
jl comparatively large sum of money
was unveil to tbe stockbreeders of the
district.
T. It. MacKenzIe gave 0 very practical address, bo opened up :i veritable
gold mine to thc stockmen of this
district. Mr. MacKensle is an Australian by birth nnd took a groat interest In cattle and sheep ranging In
the antliKMien, before coming to Amor
lea and for a good many years lie
was ln chargo of those industries in
Washington and Oregon. He is a practical man, a field man, having organized the ranges * right on thc s-pot.
His sevlces were secured by tlie provincial igovernment ana ne is now repeating for B. C. the good work   he. .^^™
accomplished for thc farmers In   the: rw,«" tQ I,rHV,'nl the ™*» trm Uirn' \ shown at regular prices along with
States to the south of us, nnd he ex- !n'2 " lntQ liri"°"   TI,e tro»8-' shouW "House of Hate" and Lloyd Comedy
pressed his pleasure at being back un- j * J™« eD0UB" to ill!mv s to l0 <?flttla I Monday aud Tuesday at the ilex.
der the Old Plan.   The problem be is!
endeavoring to solve is bow 10 make
lie allowed li
 side''
MaoKonsle
OUtflt stock tl
x   McClm
, wniibi brluu       ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
j be allowed?
1    MaoKonzto—• Cattle for  speculation
1 would have to take second place.
j     (ie:>. Arnold—Could a settler bring
' in ion bead for summer aud ahip bach
In winter".'
. MacKenzIe—Soma rangos could take
j care of a whole lot of stock just like
t that, This, however, would only be n
i temporary arrangement.
! A. ll. Smith—How about scrub bulla
1 on Indian reserves?
MacKenzIe—They can be made to
1 put oa good bulls?
I    Mr. MacKenzIe explained that  tiie
j kind of salt to use was coarse salt, not j "Thistle."     Information will receive
i rock—about 7 pounds per head for th«
season.   Put the salt in   a   trough;
' drill  11  hole  in  the  bottom  of    the
Local Overflow
Dark ConilBh Cockerels for Sale
Price on application.—-A. Jl. Smith St!
Born—On February 2nd, to Mr. and
Mrs. 11. It. Hlnton of this city, a son.
The Ladies of Si. Marys' Church
will bold a St. Patrick's tea on Mar.
17th. It.
Wo regret that owing to lack of
spate the report of I.O.D.E. donations
have to Ih> held over until our next
issue.
LOST—A grizzly coated female
Afrdnlo,   answers   to the   name   ol' ■
I reward.   Report to Herald offico. 5-31
"The Ghost of the Rancho" will bo
the ranges support more head of
stock—twice, three times, or even four
times os many.
The stockmen of the province were
up against some costly difficulties.
The range* were getting poorer, the
bunch grass was going back and instead of being able to feed more stock,
the ranges were becoming lean able to
support the stock now feeding on
them. He was positive that he could
overcome this difficulty.   Tlte remedy
taken up.      	
('. McFayden—Action along that line
is now being takon.
B. Johnson—"What varieties of grass
tire suitable for the high lands.
MacKenzIe— White clover, bromo
and timothy. But there is nothing that
can replace tlie bunch grass.
11. B. Boatie—How about Western
,. Rye Grass? ,
to feed. ^^^^^^^^ 	
B. Johnson—Should not something ]    part Two of our Short Story "Tito
be done to make the lumber people  chief of Police the (Jont for tho Sins;
clean up bush? [ of society", which  should have ap-
MacKenzle—That question is l>elng 11)earod In this issue, will appear next1
week.
The Annual Meeting of the Cranbrook Agricultural Association will
be held in the City Hall on Friday
evening, Feb. 7th nt 8 p.m. for the
election of officers and (-ther business
tha may come before the meeting.
Everything on sale until noon Wed- I
lions feed ot the hills In the summer I   Za~-™T .""" ~~T~" D "^ *?"  12'. V," ':""rcs'lnK
tin-, and provtdln- .It for the c-.tle I J™*»-    '   '■ *■» ""l'''"°"5 «-" ! »"«■' ■« (i*<"f< * Watts from Now,
'                                         , will stand drouth.                              : York; Crepe dc Chenes and voiles at :
J. H. Hayes, Fort Steele—How soon ' less than the wholesale price. — W.
He proposed thnt thc settlers do here 1 r.m ft community aUl>tment be made'a Hill's,
the same as tbey were doing in other | |loro--  _
parts of tho province nnd ln Washington, thnt is lay out a feeding ground
for cattle and sheep wtth definite
bounds. The settlers were to have the
first right to these grazing grounds, j tapy A Q gmkh
most of which are crown lands.   Tf   ,)p ,        . .
they were not able to utilize all the
range, then outside cattle might be allowed to come in temporarily until
there were one bead of cattle or horses to every 16 acres of range.
The next, step was to preserve   tho
MacKenzIe—Just as soon as spring      W'e are overloaded in many lines I
comes, a committee can lie formed to > that we are competed to sacrifice. Wo
look over tho situation.    He (Mac- ; must unload and meet our payments.!
Kenzie) will get fn touch with secre-'. Hence the sacrifice, and we have not
An association can ! yet  got next to the new hank man-
• the whole district   agers heart.—W. D. Hill.
and sub-district associations for the 	
different community ranges. Mr. Wyllie. accountant at the CP.lt.
In reply to Geo. Arnold in regard i Is being transferred to Kenora. Ont.
to catlo being killed by the railways. Mr. Wyllie leaven about the end of
ho said the Association could take | tills week and will be followed at un
tiiat  up wiih  better results than  in-   early date by Mrs. Wyllie and family.
We wish them prospf^lty in their new
Asked tr legislation sphere and are glad thai Kenora is In
giving settlers the 1 such a beautiful district as wo believe
icir cattle on crown I it to bo.
lowland ranges from being too closely dividual*
oaten up,    Keep the low lying range      A    H   sm:
for early spring and lale fall and ut-; could be pa
Ulzo the timber feed for summer.   Tho 1 ripht  10 run ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Stock would not resort to the timber, |amis. 	
feed or their own accord, It is not si* MacKenzIe This session it is prob- : The nest meeting of the Farmers'
appetising as Hie bunch grass, but it I ablfl that fegtSlatlOli will be passed 1 Institute will be held on Saturday.
Is highly nutritious. TTie cattle, there! i0 that effect, coming into force this' February Sth. An effort will be made
fore, must bo Induced to teed on the!
timbered lands.   This Win tw uccoinp-
■•"prlng, to revive thc Creamery on a co-opera-
tn regard to branding cattle it wftsltive  basis.   The shareholders    and
llshed by Ibe  InteMgtuTl  distribution j tbe souse of the meeting that a brand I others interested nre expected to be
Impector should be located here
A hearty vote of thanks was tendered Mr MacKenzi.' for his very instructive, Interesting and practical
address
of salt grounds.    Place salt  grounds
every mile apart, and not near water.
Put salt up among the timtier.   The
atock will soon learn wliere the salt
is and thoy will feod in Its vicinity.
Tho result will bo tiiat   the   bunch I
grass will be wived aud tho stock can
feed a month longer In the open In  H00I> QAXE8 IN Y.M.C.A.
the fall.   Tho salt trough is the boail BOWMSG
herder,   lt will keep the stock away ' 	
trom the railway truck, from the al-' Kite l.aiuc-. Played Uni iiu. pa-l week
kail lands und from (ho summer ran*
1,1 tt.I I
present and discuss a proposition. A
paper will also bo read showing the
comparative cost of elenring laud by
power and other means that are adopted successfully in other lands. Every
member is urged to he present.
Several good   Maine-   were
Hiring the naM week in lhe "Y" Bov
got., with the result thnt many more
bead can lie led He Insllincoil where
1..U  head   were  considered  loo  many
under old oondHionii Ind increased ioj ,],,, ^-- $tsiVfi
1.IO0 head under this Intelligent distribution of the salt grounds. Ho instanced another range Where 70 two
year olds dressed 1:150 pound-, each,
thus proving that the timber feed is
very nulrltioiiH.
He slated thai ho would Tie sure loj On Saturday tho 1st or February
return ln tho spring, go over the range | the High School oppoeod the Officers,
antl offer suggestions In regard to ! ,|1(, rt,K„|| being n victory Tor the
laying out the dimrict. "High" 4 points to nil.
After hlH addrsesH Mr. MacKenzie Monday. Fob. .ird, iwo gnmes were
wan iiRked many questions, home of played,. The All Stars taking four
the most Important of these with their | straight points frnm the officers, and
answers follow: ' the Stiperlntendant's   office   winning
Tho War Veterans nnd many friends
turned out on Saturday to welcome
Private Sam Bennett Pte. Bennett
was glml lo he home again aud report-
I ed a pleasant Journey. He came on
played lho Aqultanla and lauded at Halifax.,
Sam, Who was well known locally left |
,es:ne.   Oil WednctHay .Ian   2!), \ Cranbrook early   lu   1917   nnd   was)
were   the1 slightly wounded In the hnttle of Cam*
contestants nml after . vny excitlno  brat,   The ladles of Cranbrook mny
finish  tbe  former  grabbed  ofr three ! be Interested to know thnt the charms
of the four points. j of thc Old Country damsels failed to
Friday, Jan. .11 nt saw the Maplfl i re net on Sam and so he Is still ti
hears and Knptv. Office In action the i single man. .Mayor Cameron's cor
former taking all four points, .convoyed lhe returned warrior on the
HH( MONTH  OF JANUARY
Division 1
Kathleen Atchison, Vera Ltaxtor,
Alice Brake, Prank Bridgea, Leonard
Burton. Christine ("arson. Charlie
Clapp, Mabel Finley, Bessie Ballet,
Archie Horie, Gabriel]^ llamlltou.
Gertrude Hopkins, James Jurvis. Annie .innimm, Vivian Kiimmer, Dot
Keer, Irene Mhnell, .May Lancaster,
Donald MorriBon, Buojcs Parrett,
Qertrude Parnaby, Francis Pow, Cyril
Sclhy. Muriel Iteade. JCdna Sanderson.
Jack   Ward.   Kv.-r.-ti   Willinnis.   Verne
Woodman, Annie Molrs    Peroentagi
of all bin"- B8.44.
iHvlslon 2
Cordon Armstrong. Hubert, Beaton
I 11,. Brogan, Dorothy Bassott, lOthei
Clapp. itnbcri Bakln, Phyllis Hersey. Mack Klrkland, Helen Leolerc,
Margaret Leaak, Dorothy LeaBk, Jas
Logan, Angus Macdonald, Stanley
Moffati. Clyde Mackinnon, irma McNeil, Olive SilUpaon, Agnes Somerville, Raymond St, I'lol, .lames Taylor, Ethel Williams, Joan Wilson, <:.
Woodman, Betty Oreen, Wttnn strntt.
Number enrolled 80, Percentage of
atentlance 00.88.
A, Wnodlnnd. teacher.
hlvlslon :i
Delia Baxter, Joseph Belanger, M.
Burton, Mildred Cbirko. Marie Darr.
Stanley Fyles, Louise Kelsey, Lor-
ettu Leclorc, Murray McFarlane, D.
McKowan, lloiL'i) Mueller. Rosn Paa-
cuzzo, Lesllo Snedou, Helen Somerville, Edward Spence. Hester Thompson, Norma Walllnger, Mamie Washington. Total attendance 02 per cent.
Miss Mutrie. teacher.
Division 4
Eva Armstrong,   Marion Atchison,
Alway Bliss,   Eddie niiss,   Malcolm
Brogan,   Andy Cussidy.   Jack Dixon,
Archie Finley, Florence Card, Frank
Hawkcsworih.   Margaret   Horie.  Ml- \
Han Jackson.  Hector Llnnell, Frank
Roy, Willie Selby. Doris Steeves. Willie Stewart. Billie Taylor. Joan Ward,
Edward  White,  Daisy Whlttaker, Joe!
Brogan.   Eugene   Brander.   Dorothy [
Uurgess, Billy Green.    Percentage of]
atendai.ee    06.07.    Prisoners'    bread
fund $2.75.
S. D. White, teacher, j
Division ,'.
Walter Agnew. Ethef Atchison, Jack)
Barrett. Mary Beattie. Evelyn Bow-1
ley, Doris Brooks. Eftie Charboneau,
Kathleen Dallas. Dora. Hntchcroft,
Harry Kemball, Margaret MacDonald,
John Mitchell. Kenneth Parrett, V.
Roy, Ivy Sanderson, Arthur Shankland, Elsie Willis, Heury Godderls,
Cyrus Pow. Grace Brander, Gertrude
Patmore,     M. L cartwriglu teaccber
Division (1
Donald Burton, Ombam Dale, Ivy
Dezall. Sellna Dixon. David Frame.
Jack Genest, Allan Gill, Ernest Greenwood. Sherman Harris. Cathrlne Harrison, Barry Lewis. Suma Maigawa.
Mary Mitchell. Irene Mueller. Willie
McDonald, Jimmy McFarlane. Aubrey
McKowan, Grace Sheirlock, Doris
Shelrlock. Milliard Simpson, Willie
Spence. Margaret Stewart. Jack Swan
Lillian St. Eloi, Evelyn Ward. Percentage 02; average 86.0.
Division 7
Jean  Befttle, Jessie  Brown. Mabel
Clark.  Marlon   Carr.  Kathleen    Mc- j
Farlane.   Kathleen   Henderson,  Cyril j
Harrison, Malcolm Harris. Jack Hen-
derson, Winnie Johnson, George Kern-
ball, Marion Milts, Frank Martin, J. j
Metcalfe,  Doth  Owen. Gordon  Ron-
kins, Grace McClure, Sophia McCDeg-
or. Hazel Sii.; ; m. Marion Williams.
Percentage $80.57 Average 81.35,
Division *
Dan Brake. James Brooks. William
Cameron, May cox. William Con, Lii-
llnn Dale Fred Finery, (.oor-r. Fnr-
ning, Walter Fanning, Isabel Frame.
George Qeorgo, Albert George, Harry
Helse. Grace Johnson, Marian Kummer.   Ethel   Mitchell.   Ronald   Moffatt,
Grace Mclnnee, Jessie Owen,   Elsie
Parker. Wilfred PococK, Naomi Pow.
Harry Buy. Dorothy Stewart, Winnie
Stewan. Phyllis Thompson, Margaret
Willis. Robert Willis.
HIE HI MILL HERE
DESTROYED BI FIRE
A blaze of considerable proportions
occurred at the plant of tlie King
Lumber Co. just outside the city on
Friday morning last about 10 a.m.
which completely leveled the mill ii-
Belf and only left standing the old
dry kiln and a shed used for storing
lumber. The plain was under process
ot dismantling al the Mine, but no
specific cause tor the fire has been
determined.
The Cranbrook Sash and Door Co.
Wiio bud given up Ihelr lease al the
end ol December <-i Inst year, stand
t<> lose in tho neighborhood ot three
Mi.hi and dollars in stock stored on
tin- pn-misi's only n weok prevloiulj
the c i' it removed the boilers and
a large re-saw which Miey had purchased
AXXr.W. VESTRY MFFTI\t.
tlK   < II IMS 1    UMKUl
Tho    annual     Veslry     meeting    ol
Christ church was held iu the Parish Hall on Monday evening, January
27th. The Hector expressed the verj
sincere sorrow fell by all at the loss
sustained hy tbe death by Sponlah Influenza of Miss l, Gamble one of tlie
best   (Hllirch   workers,    and   of     Mrs.
Hope who stayed at her posl till she
was very ill and sacrificed her life for
dovotion (') duty.
A very hearty vote of appreciation
was passed to the Uev. F. V. and Mrs.
Harrison for the grand work thoy did
during the epidemic ami thanks for
their help lo so many who were Victims of the disease.
Considering everything   tho  financial position for the year wa
ered satisfactory.
The following officers wer
for 1019!
Lay  delegates   to   Synod,
Cock. Walllnger and Beale.
Substitutes, Messrs Leigh and Offen
The Hector appointed Mr. Cock his
Warden.
The following were oloctcd members of the Church Committc
F. V. Harrison. Mrs. Mllei
Beale; Dr. Green. Messrs. Heale. Hallamore. Howard, Morris and Venus.
The following were elected the
Cemetery Committee: Mrs. F. V. Harrison. Mrs. A. G. Morris. Mrs, Hogarth
Mrs. J. s. Brake and Die Church
wardens
The following were elected the
Parish Hall Committee: Mrs. Beale,
Mrs. Thompson and Messrs, Cock.
Walllnger. Leigh and Venus.
A very hearty vote of thanks was
aecorded the Ladies' Guild for their
splendid work aud ever ready assisi-
ance.
onsiil-
elected
Messrs
Mrs.
Mrs.
Tailoring
of Character
Pro- i ■... I
i
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IVE I'OIXT WITH 1*1*11*1 To lit It
ItKI'I'I.MIIPN Kill 1H1IM. I XI'Fl.-
I IM. llll.II I.IIMH    I Wl.OHlNti.
Wc Imve n choice cullpctloii nf Suitings
Unit en ii iiiccl llu tnslc i,i' Mrri mini
Unit .i|>|ircciiito Kim  Tlllln|-lng,
OUR PRICES
aim:  as  i.ow  as nu   quality
Will.   UI.IIM.
Made to Measure Suits
ion fito.no nn work
Absolute Satisfaction
GUARANTEED
McCreery Bros.
CiUNBROOK'S  QSY  C010S  AND   CLOTHING  STORES
VKTKHANS  \TTF.\T10N
A special general meeting in called
for Sunday. February Utli ;.t :: p.m.
at which all members are expected to
be present.. Business of importance I
demands immediate discussion and
the success of the work depends on
the co-operation nf all members. Turn
out everybody.
Heaters! neatersi Heaters!-
BEFORE PUTTING AWAY
FOR THE SEASON WE ARE
MAKING A REDUCTION ON
ALL OUR HEATERS
LOOK US   UP
J. D. McBRIDE
PrtONE s I1AKEK STREET
Insl stage Of the long journey
B. H. McPhee-Wo understand th t
sheep aro coming up to feed on B.C
ranges; they have   already   reached
from tho Shops .1-1.
Tho game between the Ruin's office
aud tho Shops was the tightest and
Klko.   Will we be ablo to keep them I most  exciting game played on    tho
off tf a range la allotted here. i alleys thin season and the rosnlt was
MacKenxle—Yos.   There aro own"i> | in doubt until the last.
of ."0,000 head In Alberta who arj ai«i'•
lag about this district. The setters
in B. Ci will bo taken care of first,
then a temporary -arrangement may hr
t.ntercd Into -with' any outsiders if
there ls a surplus of range.
Dr. Rutledge—Aro 15 acres allowed
per head of stock?
MacKenzIe—Thnt Is a general atoto-
ment. Tho allotments will not he
fenced, there will Just be one largo
community range; it Is too expensive
to kMp tonto to«etbtr by fenclnt.
Tho Standing.
(lames Points
Maple Leafs..'.   2 8
High  School       2 7
All Stars     H 9
Despaiehera    2 'A
Shops       3 Ii
Supt's Offleo     3 4
Officers   3 0
Hljph Bnorc to date
J. M. Dallas (Maple l-onfs 210.
High Average to rtnte.
W. JG. Uamaa (itaplo Utfi) 174.
UKATTIK-Mlllli:  MMITKM
Mr. It, E, Beattie haa taken into
partm-rshiii In his drug nnd boolt
Btore Mr. A. !*. Noble and the flr'ti
will now he known aa Beattie-N'oblei
Limited. Mr. Noble has bad wide ex«
perience both in the rotall and whole-
sale drug business In the Old Country as well as in Canada. Ho served
his apprenticeship near Edinburgh,
Scotland and passed his qualifying
examinations in that city. Hn has
had experience In various parts of
Kngland and Scotland. He conducted
a business of his own in the Old Country for 10 years before coming to
Canada. He was employed in a re-
tall nnd wholesnle drug house lu
Montreal and mannged a laboratory
there before coming west to Calgary,
where he was with the FIndlay Drug
<*.. Ho has boon nearly six yoars In
Cranbrook. He hu few equals ae a
chemist in Mi* wttt aad ma nparlers.
Dlrlilon it
Mildred Brydges. Christ)' Chnrban-
eau, Nellie (lapson. ''ora Clupson,
Kathleen Desalt, Allan Downey, Mary
Hutchcroft, Blmer Holm, Jean Ingham. Katharine Martin, Katharine Mc
InneS) Nora Miles. Mali Kong. Dob-
bte McDonald. LeHch Paterson, M.
Pow, Mary Hamein. Knid Shankland.
(loorge Bhenfteld, Bonnie Stewart, N.
Satcaguchi.
l.AUIKS-   BASKKT  UMI.
(.nine played Monday February .'rd.
Swifts vs Bluebirds, result ing in n
wii lot the Swifts of s io n Captain*
Kthel Clapp and Annie Parnaby.
Another game wns ployod the same
dny between two teams as yet un*
ohrlntened, Miss Mop.ior made r>
points for her team and Miss Doris
Kcndiaw and Mian Atiierton made two
points each for their teams, giving a
score of 4 to 6.
BASKET  HAI I.
Sievens ."». vs Roblchaud 2.
Bankers ll. vs Club SS.
High School 9, vs Club 3,
Played in Parish Hall on Thursday,
Jan. Iiu. In the Bankers vs club the
outstanding features of the play were
the shooting of Mr. Morris who scored four goals, and Argue Who scored
seven goals for the Club. For the
Bankers Leaman scored four goals,
and the defence of Mr. Howard, of;
the Imperial Bank, wa-* particularly
strong.
In the Hii-ji School match the High
school showed splendid combination
and that of the club was very scrappy. I'p to date the High School and
the Club have reel, won ono panic of
the series of five
The ntfht of meeting for the Ho>>
club is Tuesday evening.
II luh Srlinl ■•* I'ubllfl Sri I Ent.
Basketball match played Saturday
morning. Feb. 1st, in Parish Hall
Teams; High School— John Noble,
right guard; Paul McNeill, loft guard:
Jack Stevens, centre. At thu r '.111.
(capL), right forward: Norman Watson, le<t forward.
Public School Entrance Hoy-—boon
ard Burton, right guaro; Frank Bridges, left mard; Hugh Macdonald
(capt.). centre; James Jarvls, right
forward: Verne Woodman, lefi forward.
Scorers:
Art GUI « Hugh MacDonald 6
Norm. \Vasson S      Venn- Woodman 8
Jack Slovens 4 James Jarvls 1!
Total l- points    against total fl pte.,
in favor ol High School,
A fast, clean game waa played in ;
whicli all forwards got into the sen1-!
inn column. The next game between
these teams promises to i>e rast and
furtou* as Capt MarDouald vows to
takti iho Higli School Second's scalps
and then likewise in turn their 1st
team. He aays his team already haa
the weight and lx now devoting much
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iWrttjotnst Church ||
Pas/or   Rev. R.  W. LEE
Sunday Next
11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.
Evetng subject Jean   VALJEAN \\
The Second Address on Victor Hugo's I «'
Les A\iserables j j
DO NOT MISS THIS jj
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time to the »clentlflc side ol lhe gamr
His team Is behind htm to a man and
hard nnd ClOSC games are bound to
be witnessed
NOTICE TO (ONTH V(T<Hl»»
Fernle Hl-.triei
Iligli-Tiij Bridge o*cr lhe Ilk Hlver.
near Fall) Crock,
SEALED TKNDKUS endorsed 'Tender for Kik Hlver Bridge', near Fairy
Creek, will be received at the Department of Provincial Public Works,
Victoria, B, C up to noon of February 1 Ktli next, for tho erection nnd
completion of a brtdgi over l\\c Elk
Hlver.  near  Fairy Crock.
Drawing,-., specifications, and form
of contract may he wen at Room 7.
EaBt wing, Parliament Buildings,
Victoria, B, C. nnd at tlie office of the
District Engineer, Court-house, Vancouver, b, c„ and the Government
Agent's  Office,  Fernie,   B.  (-., and at
the offh e oi the *■■ trlct Etafiwar si
Crnnbrook, B.C., on and af-or the f»t.h
In-taut
h..' . h-mUr must tn* accompanied
b> an accepted bank Cheque or certificate ol deposit, made payable t"
the Provincial Public Works Engin-
eor, (<»r a sum eo.ua! to ton IIOi per
cent, of tho tender, as security for
the due fulfilment of the contract,
which shall be forfeited If the party
tendering declines to enter into contract when called upon to do so. or if
bo fails to complete the work contracted for.
The cheques of unsuccessful tenderers will be returned to them upon
the execution of the contract.
Tenders will not be considered unless made onl on the forms supplied
nnd signed with the actual signature
nf the tenderers.
A   BJ, FOREMAN,
Public Works Engineer.
Department of Provincial Public
WorkH, Victoria B. C. Feb. 1, 19l». PAC1B TWO
IV
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6th, 1919
CRANBHOOK   HERALD
Published Every Thursday by
llll:   CRANBROOK   HER AMI.   LIMITED
\V. A.  MYERS,     :      ;      :      :      :       Managing Editor
Advertising   Hates  on  application.    Changes for Advertising MUST he In
thi.   oii'ii'f    IVi'ilni'siliiy    noon    the current   neck   lo   secure   attention.
I ESTABLISHED    1875
IMPERIAL BANK
OF CANADA
WAR  MONEY  ORDERS
The  mi,n»T  ordara itiued bv (hi* Bank arm parable it all con-mere,al centre*
in AUiad c«untritt.   Buy tliem for tending <
CRANBROOK,  BRITISH  COLUMBIA    THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6th, 1919    l
Till: Itl'liNIM- Oh' Tin:
II. {".   LEGISLATURE
Tlit! third se.-sion of the Fourteenth
term of the B. r. Legislaturo was opened on Thursday afternoon lasl at
:: o'clock.
On account or the fact that tho
court or iho British Empire is in
mourning the kid gloved cloud that
usually sil  on   Hit-  floor of lhe house
had to mingle among the gods in the
nailery ami the Lieutenant Governor
dispensed wiih his military and naval
guard ami al--.il with his cocked hat
aud gold braid idles nr the barbaric
agSB nf our lathers that should have
been discarded centuries ago.
After   his   honor   read   the   speech
from the tin-one antl retired, Speaker
Keen took Hn- chair. Two now niom-
bera wen- at once Introduced to Hie
Speaker: I'm- Frank Gollma, member
elect for Victoria, who gnvo both the
Liberals and Conservatives a severe
trouncing at tlte bye-election bold last
summer|   and   .Major Hurtle, who was
elected hy acclamation for Albernl.
The Speech from the Throne was a
very lengthy document, complimentary ami sympathetic references to
lhe overseas forces of Canada and of
the province of B.C. in particular taking up a large purl of the speech. Our
fighting men deserve ihe prominence
given and much more. Hut they are
not fishing for compliments. Mem
words will never satisfy them. Tlieir
actions have spoken louder than
words—they have thrown body, snul
and spirit into tbe breach so thnt
righteousness, justice antl fair play
should not porlsh from off the earth.
Tt lias been a life and death struggle
wiih  them  and   moro  words aro no
than raindrops dashing against ■ Railway
opment work thereon.
A largo area of Crown lands has
boon surveyed aud reserved for Hie
purpose of soldier settlement.
■Provision also is being made to
acquire homesltes within, or adjacent
lo, cities, and moneys advanced l*y
the Federal Government for housing
purposes will be utilized to oroct
dwellings thereon, Legislation necessary for these purposes will be placed
before you.
"A bin designed to encourage atoci
brooding within the Province, and providing for a comprehensive gracing
policy will be laid before ynu for your
consideration.
"A measure will lie Introduced
granting relief tu respect of timber
licenfo fees to those ouKuned In active
naval or military service.
lurreased ['reduction
"It affords nm pleasure to advise
you (hut during the pust year ttgricul.
tural production has Increased and
new Industries have been established
wilhin the Province. Karly lu the
year my Government took effective
slips to plao- 'be timber tos:.,irt'esof
the Province at tiio convenient disposal of the Imperial authorities for
war purposes. Extensive eonlrnots
for tbe building of ships for both British and foreign Governments have
been entered Into by shipbuilding
firms.
My Government has been active In
urging upon tbe Dominion Government the necessity of completing tbe
contractual obligations of tho Canadian Northern Pacific Railway Company In respect of unfinished work In
British Columbia. As a result cf the
representations made tbe construction
of  the   Canadian   Northern     Pacific
ay on Vancouver Island is progressing, and it. is confidently expected that further construction in other
parts of the Province will be proceeded with during tlie year.
"Construction on the Pacific Great
Kastern Railway ls proceeding satisfactorily, and it is the intention of my
(Jovernincnt to prosecute vigorously
further extension during the coming
senson.
"Notwithstandinig the comparatively
small appropriations for the purpose,
the Department of Public Works has
ffocted the necessary repairs Is roads
trulls and bridges.
; Jb- ^Development
"You will be asked to consider tbe
advisnhility of voting nn emergency
appropriation for the purpose of providing employment during the coming
yenr in carrying on development work
of a productive character.
I am pleased to advise you that
the value, of mineral production for
the year 1918 shows a substantial Increase over that of the previous year.
The prospects for tne coming year are
encouraging. There has been a decline in the production of placer igold.
but the output of lode gold has increased. It is expected that, tbe year
1919 will show a mnrked increase in
this class of mining. The production
of coal has been very materially increased during the yenr, and there is
n prospect that new coul areas will be
developed.
"Amendments to the 'Coal Mines
Regulation Act' will bo placed before
you for consideration.
"Engineers appointed to investigate
i-nciifice In order thnt freedom and j ami encourage mining report a fcel-
jiistico might by secured and the I ing of optimism and confidence among
rlebt of self-doterminntion established i operators and prospectors throughout
for all the nations of the earth.  Their | the Province.
memories will be cherished by our |    -a. report dealing with the practin-
peoplo and the principles for   which j ability of the electro-smeliug of Brlt-
tho window pane. The returned soldier problem has been too narrowly
based and will not be able lo carry
the superstructure.
Tie session promises to bo an ln-
terosting one. Hon. W. J. Bowser
t-iomiBBB io interject some high ex
plosives that will tear away all cam
ouflage nnd compel a fight 111 the
opon; if tho government outlives the
session, it will bo reduced to .i very
shattered condition.
Tho following Is the speech from
tho Throne:
Speech fro hi lhe Throne
"Mr, Speaker and Members of the
LepitUiLure:
"In greoiiuK you ut this, the opening nr the third session of the Fourteenth Legislature of British Columbia. I give thanks to Almighty God
that lie hath granted victory to the
arms of Great Britain and her Allies;
that her enemies have been compelled to sue for peace, and that a conference of representatives for the Allied nations is now In session to determine the conditions of peace.
"My Government recognizes and rejoices in the strength displayed by the
British forces and appreciates the
valiant part taken in this war by His
Majesty's subjects iii the Dominion of
Cannda, taking modest but just pride
In the achievements of the brave men
from this Province, many of whom
have earned and received tokens of
their distinguished conduct.
Tribute to Fallen
"My Government is not forgetful of
those who have  paid    the    supreme
CRANBROOK BRANCH,
B. E. HOWARD.
I hoy died, because of their sacrifice,
i.l.nll bo uphold by those who remain.
"To those who have been spared nnd
will return soon from overseas, I
voice not only my own sentiment, but
that of my Government, and tho lwo-
plo of Hrltish Columbia when I nsRiire
them of a hearty welcome, feeling
Oontldenl that they will resume their
vocations with tho sntno fortitude and
courage displayed on the field of battle, uniting earnestly with those
to whom they will be restored In efforts to re-establish lhe prosperity ot
tho Province and develop Its resources
for the benefit of all.
Ottawa Conference
"Last Hummer my Government nrg-
ish Columbia iron ores will  he laid
before you.
Ke-cnaetment
"It is proposed to submit for ro-
ennctment the "Vancouver Island Settlers' Rights Act (1904)— Amendment
Act (1917).'
"My Government, through the Hon.
tho Minister of Education, has entered
Into an arrangement with other Western Provinces for the standardization
of educational text hooks.
"Necessary amendments to the
'Prohibition Act' will he laid beforo
yon.
"l-eglslntlon disfranchising military
deserters and other persons exempted
from military service will   be   sub-
Qd Upon the Prime Minister of Canada  mitted.
the Importance of summoning a con-!    "A hill to authorize tho nppolntmont
ferenca ut which the soverai Provinces, as well as the Dominion would
be represented, for the discussion and
■'o ordination of plans for the ro-
establishment of returned and return-
Irif* soldiers In civil life. As a result,
representatives of tho Dominion and
all the Provincial Governments met
In Ottawa, following which certain
plans wore formulated ln November
last and assurances wore given to tbe
Federal Government that thi hearty
CO-operatlon of the several Provinces
would bo accorded in carrying out thu
proposals agreed upon, Required
legislation to implement, this pledgi
on tho part of my Government will be
placed beforo you.
Lands for Soldiers
"A tract of land In the South Okanagan district has been purchased
under tho provisions of the Soldier;:'
Settlement Act for the benefit of returned soldiers, and you will be naked
for appropriation* to carry out devel
op a Public Utilities Commission will
be submitted for your consideration.
"A bill for the establishment of a
Public Library Commission will be
submitted.
"Protection from tax sales and for
the further relief of returned soldiers
will be proposed in a bill for the extension of time for payment of taxes
Th© joy of feeling fit and
fresh rewards those who
heed the laws of health,
and keep the habits regular with ^
RHOHrfS
I) PIUS
Lmiumt S«U ml m» M-nJion. t* tho WmM.
Ma •••rrwWro.   Ib (mem, Ik.
hy returned soldiers.
"A bill to provide for the appointment of official school trustees for tho
bettor regulation of public schools in
alien communities will be laid before
you.
"Ynu will he asked to consider a hill
providing tor the superannuation of
civil servants, and amendments to the
•civil Service Act" will bo submlttod.
"The Public Accounts for tho past
fiscal year will be laid before you ul
an early date.
"The Estimates of Expenditure tor
ihe coming year will bo subuillled for
your consideration,
"Gentlemen, in leaving you to your
deliberations I imve confidence thai
ihe work you will undertake will be
faithfully performed, and I pray the
blessing of Providence upon your
labors."
Farrls's dictum In lhe FIndlay case
is farcical.
The "contemptible Utile army'' now
Is the Amman army. Tho' America,.
Intelligennp department has made nn
estimate of tho size of the Gorman
army and places the number at lore
i ban 600(100 men of very dnuhlful
morale, 1
One of Canada's greatest soldiers
has died, Major-(J on era I Sir Snm
Steele, one of the best known military
men in Canada and the must beloved
In the west. He became a victim of
the Hu.
The third degree! Ii Isn'l in II
alongside of the Hon. J. W. De B. Farrls's interpretation of the law If a
man Is boimg actually tried for a crime
he cannot be tried again for the same
offence; but he can be arrested and
balled before the court for a preliminary hearing as often ns he Is des-
mlssed. If that isn't taking all the
joy out of life, then you've got to show
us—we're from Missouri.
\V. C, Pindlay is being* tried a second time for the same offence, thnt Of
stealing 71 cases of whisky from Hie
government. This is a new application of medlneval law, lt is persecution instead of prosecution. Freedom!
What a delightful specimen of it. tbe
Attorney-general Is holding up. The
square deal! FIndlay or no other man
who crosses the royal Farrissec, the
attorney-general will ever be able to,
breathe freely again in B, C. if the
Pouter J. W. Do B, can make bis interpretation of the law stick.
mously increasing purchasing power
thus created has, In the Cninmlltoe's
opinion, been one of the main factors
contributing in tlie general rise in
prices.
Tho enormous potential Increase in
the number uf small investors as
shown l>y the figures published by the
National War Savings Committed and
the Importance of the oncourogomont
of tiiis tendency for the rapid reconversion of trade and industry, arc emphasized by the CommUlOO, as Is also
liie necessity for genuine saving to
mako good the destruction or capital
during the war.
it is tlie rocognitlon or simitar fundamental cond It lone that has led to the
adoption of tho Canadian War Savings
Plan, Through War Savings Slumps
and Thrift Stamps it gathers up the
dollars and tho 25 cent pieces, paying
I 1-2 percent compounded half-yearly.
Doctor Says
Vinol Is The
Best Tonic
Honest Opinion Doctor
Gave His Patient
1 Bedford, Ohio.—"I wan In n. pltli'ul
condition, wears:, nervous and run
down so l could n..t do my housework.
I hud doctored Cor years and tried
everything under the aim. A friend
told me about Vinol. 1 asked my
doctor nlinnt it. and he replied, 'It
certainly Is the best medicine that nm
ho hnd today. I couldn't kIv!> yon
any better.' 1 look lt, and today 1
am as well and strong as ally wiiluali
could wish tn lie, ami il was Vinol
tlinl saved mo." Mrs. Prank A, Hor*
key, Asii St, Bo'dtord, Ohio,
I    Wo guarantee this ruinous 1 llvor
and iron tonic Inr nil eucli conditions,
| - Trunin I, Drug S Book Co.
Sramophone
S&uyinff
Be sure and test all makes
of machines in town before
deciding
We Stock the
S$runswick6c
Coiumbia
Encourage Comparison is our
Motto
Large Assortment of Records
Raworth Bros.
Next to the I'oHtofflee.
Tin: muiiv -tTOfWBKll
How dear to my heart \% the Jlendy
$nb$erih<ir,
Ih- pay? fn advance nt ihe Hr$t of
each year;
Who $und$ on ht$ money, and doe? it
finite gladly.
Antl cn$t) round the office a llttlfl Of
cheer.
lie never ifuyf" flop it, I cannot afford It,"
: Nut- "I'm sotting more   paper?   now
(hail 1 read."
' Bul nhvny! $ay$ "$ond it, tho family
like* it.
; In fact, we all find it lho thing that
we  need,"
How  welcome M% letter whenever il
coint'$ to u$,
How it tmike$ our heart throb, bow
ii make} our eye? dance.
We outwardly thank him. we inwardly hlo$? him,
The Steady Subscriber, who pay$   in
advance.
($2.00 Plea-fe.)
i.'KKAT BRITAIN REALIZES
NEED OF CONTINUING TII1MFT
Great Britain renlis.es thai the
financial problems of tbe aftcr-the-
war period must be solved chiefly
through production and saving. This
is to he seen in the recently published
report of the committee on the provision of financial facilities for trade
after the war, appointed by the Chancellor of the Exchequer nnd the Minuter of Reconstruction".
The Committee express the emphatic
opinion that the primary factor in rehiring the wastage of capital caused
by the war lies mainly in increased
production and actual saving.
The very large extent to which expansion has taken place Is shown hy
the fact that wherens the total deposits
at the banks of the United Kingdom,
exclusive of the bank or England,
amounted at the end of lftia to .C 1,070-
000,000. Tbe amount of deposits Is
now nearly £2,000,000,000.  The enor-
AUDITORIUM Theatre
3 Days, Com. Thur. Feb. 13th
of
matters,-*
HypNorisr
The Greatesi Laughing Show on Earth
[000 Laughs in 100 Minutes
PRICES: $1,  .75 .50   Child'n 25c
Seats on Sole al Ke.illlr-Nobio Drag Store.
Jameson's
HAKIM!    POWDER
Fi-nllier Light
JAMESON'S
JAVA ANU   MOCHA
COFFEE
JAMESON'S
TEA
JAMISON'S
EXTRACTS
The users  are  the  Con-
nnlseiirs.
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meeta In the
Parish    Hsll
first   Tueeday
afternoon   of
every   month
•t 3 p.m.
Pres. Mra. D.
Campbell, hox
587
Secy, Mrs. J. W. Burton, P. O. Boi Ml.
All ladlee cordially Invited.
EnM0Nl>80N,S DANCE OBC1IF.8TBA
Now Open fur Engagement*.    One to
Four Pieces
Tlie Mimic with the PEP.    For Terms
Apply
MILS. EI.M0NI.80N
or phone '.".'0 Cranbrook, B. C.
PRICES MARKED
Iii every Coeur d'Alene bedroom ls a framed card on
which is printed the rotes of
the room.    In other words
the    Coeur d'Alene    Hotel
marks  their  selling  prices
In plain figures.   Tbe patron knows what bis bill will
be; be knows that be Is not
being overcharged  through
a misunderstand*—his or the
clerk's—he knows thnt  be
is  paying Jtitt- wtnrt  every
other occupant of that room
pays—  no  more,   no   less.
That's  standard   American
practice in first class retail
stores; some dny It will no
doubt be standard  practice
In tbe besl hotels.
That framed card is a small
detail,   but   lt    illustrates   the
Coeur d'Alene  way    of    doing
things,    it's one of the many
concrete   uppllrattons   of    tbe
Coeur d'Alene policy of fairness
and a full and honest money's
worth, to every patron whatever
kind or price of room  be occupies.
THE
COEUR D'ALENE
THE HOTEL WITH A
PERSONALITY
Spokane. Washington
INJURED
IQ MU-.ES
IOdoctor
waithofiredtcament Ml»i Randall.
Silver Stream, Sask., found herself
In, but Zam-Buk saved her from
any serious consequences, Writing of the affair, her mother saysi
"I should like to tell you of an
Incident which proves conclusively the wonderful healing
power of Zam-Buk. My daughter
was using the washing machine,
when she caught her hand in the
cog and almost tore the top off
her finger. As we live eighteen
miles from a doctor. It was necessary I should attend to her hund
at once. I got some Zam-Buk
(which we always keep handy),
put on a liberal dressing and
buund up the finger ca, ' ly.
From that time on, my daughter
had no more trouble with the injury. We continued the Zam-Buk
treatment, and not only did it
prove unnecessary to call In the
doctor, but in a wonderfully short
time Zam-Buk healed the wound
—serious us it was—completely."
Ztm-!ti:k Is equally good for
burns, eczema, ulcers, cold cracks,
skin diseases, blood poisoning
an*.: piles.    All dealers Mc. box.
Sf-nd mnn of paper sadjc. tttrnp to
;'■ n-llulc Go,, Uuitoin St., Toroato, mad
wa will una you (roe trial bo*.
'fa-Bsk
g££22Si
Purity Plus
Each ingredient in Ivory Soap is the
best of its kind. It contains the most
expensive vegetable oils. Yet the makers
are not satisfied until all materials are
so thoroughly refined that not a particle
of foreign matter remains in the finished
product. This is why you cannot procure
a purer, milder or better soap than Ivory.
IVORY SOAP
GET   THAT   OL1I    HOD8E
FIXKI* IT HEFOHE IT FAILS
DOWN OB lil VK FS A CONTRACT to nni.i) yoc a
NEW ONE
Clarke & Sainsbury
Plume .3 or 9.11     P.O. Bos will
"WHITE"
SEWING MACHINES
MADE IN CANADA
fON CANADIAN HOMES
WILL GIVE VOU
COMPORT
EASE AND
REAL PLEASURE
WHILE SEWING
Can you think of any reaaon why
there ihould nol be one In your
home?
DR. DeVAN'S FRENCH NLLS (,-,;"&
(tlUtliiK Pill tor YVuuitu. |5 a box or ttui-ntor
10.^801(1 it All l>nm Start* or nulled to any
sddreuon rwoipt ot price. The Book,.m. Data
Co., st nrtb«.o«, Ontario. __
Keitoritfl
Vim *ud
   _ . _»boi,ei
!-«> tot m\ti dnc mm* ot b> mm.]\oo m***
-"        ^tulMtuDlNOS>Sl(UMM«
Co., st ffttanriDfi. oiitKrto.        ,
PHOSPHOKOLFORMEN.
VIUIHrslor Mm* and Main; Inn
meMer': a Tonic--rill build *<ra up.:
w~~ ~
I.AII.IAW & I'EWOI.F
Will and Mialif Eiflieen
'   B. C Land Sur,*jore
CRANBROOK, B. C.
nm. flrocn H MacKinnon
l'li)"lrl«n« and Snirrana
Offli*.   at  realdenoo, Armstrong
Avpntlo
OFPICK IIOUIIK
Forenoon,   ii.ihi to 10.00
Afternoons  2.00 lo   4.00
Bvonlnga 7.30 to s.ao
Hunilnys    2.110 lo   4,:i0
I'llANIIIIOIIK, II.C
1.0.0, V.
KT5V CITV LOIIOK, Nn.48
steels   n»lj
Monday ulglu
      at Fraternity
Hall.     Sojourning   Oddfellowe
cordially Invited.
B. II. McPliee        W. D. Ollroy
Secy. N. O.
Ml. F. H. MILKS
DENTIST
Ofllec In Hanson Block
OFFICE HOURS
9 lo  13. a.m.
1 to   0 p.m.
CRANBROOK, B.C
CRANDBOOK   COTTAGE
HOSPITAL
Private Nnnlng Heme
Licensed by Provincial  Oort.
Maternity aad General Naming
Massage and Rest Core, Highest
References, terms moderate.
Apply Mrs. A. Crawford, Matron
Phone 259 P. O. Box 146
Address, Garden Ave. Cranbrook
Till. HOME 1IAKERY
HoM. Frame, Fn»
fr'w-li llr«Ml, Cakca, Plea
And I'astry
Phone 97
Norbury Ave.      Opp City Hall
K Mil IITS OF PTTHIAS
Craatowk ■. C,     |"
Meets every Tuesday at I pm la
the Fraternity Hall
('. O. BorRstrom. C. C.
C. H. Collins. K. R. A 8.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited to attend.
I'll AH. 8. I'AKKEK
Forwarding and  'JlitrllmUog
Axent for
Letahrldge aad GraeaMD Coal
Imperial OU Ct.
Dlstrbutlon Care a IpeeMty.
UrHjInir anil Tranaferrlnir
Divan proapt attention
Phone II
The Shoe Specialist
JOE MAKAPODI
SaUsfaeUe* Uwraaleed
■ieadquartera frr all Undo of
Rapalra
F. M. MACPHERSON
Undertaker
Pkene IM
Norbury Ave. aext (v City Hall
Montana Reitaimt
leala at AU Hoars
Clean, Cigarettes aad Caadj
CRANBROOK ST1UCKT.
Opposite the Bank at Commerce
If vou want latlifactlon
with vour waibln*
•and It to
MONTANA LAUNDRY
Sneclal orlcei (or famllv
work
NOTICE
Pound District Act
Pursuant to the provisions of Section 11 of this Act, notice Is hereby
given of the appointment of Charles
l-angrldge of Bull River, B.C., as
poundkeeper, of the pound established
in the Bull River district and located
at the Junction of the Government
road and the Bull River, being Lot 118
C. P. R. Map.
B. D. BARROW,
Minister of Agriculture
Department of Agriculture,
Victoria, a C, Dec. 13th, 1>1I. M-2t
The Herald
$2.00 year THURSDAY, FEBRUARY Oth, 1910
THE     CRANnrtODK      IIETtAT.n
PAGE TllltKB
OUTDOOR Gl&aaea
Glasses   for   oil'   iljor '
wear should looi: neat,
set firmly, ond ooable
the wearer to see without visible effort.
Mechanical   por.',iCllon
Is os Important as tho
corrective lenses. Place
ment. comfort, and security ore all essential
and get proper consideration hero.
Wo often   advise  two
pairs ol glasses,   The
corrective power of tho
lenses should   be   tho
some  tint   tlie   styles
mny differ
W.H.Wilson
IDyo Spoclnllsl
Local and Personal
•Hi
Insure with Beale & Elweli.
Kllby frames pictures.   Phone 9.
Pte. Dave Lynn returned from overseas on Wednesday of last week.
Merchants' lunches u specialty ul
the Y. M. 0. A,
TOO MANY
Curtain Rods
IN STOCK
Set- Our Specially  Pried
WHITE ENAMEl (INKS
Iti'Uiiliir :l.'i cenlK
WHILE T1IEV LAST
3  for  50c
THIS IS A GENUINE
BARGAIN
F. PARKS & CO.
Hardware & Mill Supplies
Cranbrook,    .    B. C.
LE 91
Miss Irene BoocJi motored to Wostt
lasl Sntiirday.
Remember the Valentine Tea. under auspices of the Junior Hed Cross
at "Tim Palm", Saturday, Fob. ir>. «-3t
.Miss Prune la Drummond was in
Comic lasl week mid.
Spend your Monday, Wednesday
or Friday evenings al tho Y.M.C.A,
umi ne some   "High class Bawling."
Mr. Klolnstavet'
town las' wook,
nt   V,i
In
FOR FAINTING AM)
rAPERHANGI>G, ETC
—Phono—
JOHN QARD
PHONE XO. 109,
rBANBROOK • B. C.
Miss WATSON
DRESSMAKER
"ItrpvsBiRkWat reasonable
terms.   !>aj work In plain
or fancy sewing.
I'hone  Kit  er   Write   Box  *M
Cranhrook, B.C.
A pair of Kaiintlet mills was lefi
al Uiu Curling rink during tho bon*
spiel. Owner can imve same by pay*
hiK two bits for this advi.
Eric Bponco. C.P.R. operator at
('rows Nost, Is spfiKUiin a few days In
town.
Primary and Kindergarten
school: Principal, Miss Ruin-
say, Burwell avenue. For particulars phone 357. 2m.
Mr. T. C. Phillips has resinned his
position as travelling auditor wtth the
C.P.R. and accepted a position with
the Mutual Life Insurance Co. of
Canada  at Calgary.
Fancy and Ball-room Dancing taught, For particulars
phone 404 or box 428.— Mrs.
Van Braam. 46-tf
C. W. Hallamore, manager of tbe
local branch of the Canadian Bank
of Commerce, left on Saturday on a
visit to the coast.
Family dinners, six o'clock, on Sundays, at the Y. M. C. A,
Get a broad view of Cranbrook's
future: be optimistic. Read the Herald.
■ Piano and Theory lessons by
arrangement. Phone 404 or box
428—Mrs. Van Braam, 237 Burwell -Avemie. - 46-tf.
Fifty second hand sewing machine
in good running order, most of them
drop bends, for sale cheap at the
Singer store, phone 167. 2-mly
Veteran?! Don't forget the Special
General Meeting on Sunday. Feb. tub
at It p.m. It is to your personal interest to he on hand at this meeting
as well as at ttie regular meeting on
Tuesday evening. Fell. llth. "Show a
little Life."
You will have missed no pan of tlie
se.r.a i. you see "lhe House of ll.. f'
Monday and Tuesday at the Rex
Thursday Oth lusi S i-.i. In Baptist
Church the Story of Work ol Ihfl Invalided Soldiers' Commission will bo
told and illustrated by 100 beautiful
lantern slides Offering will be taken
for local Returned Soldiers Association, The same lecture In abridged
form will be given :t the Voung Poo*
pie's Band, Friday evening at ' o'clock.
Mr. L. Ruddy of Jaffray was In town I
on Wednesday. i
Mr. J. Terrace of Foremost, Alta..
is visiting his mother. Mrs. J. Terrace.
Frank Passmore left last Thursday
for Spokane to visit his sisters there.
Mr, R. K. Phillips of Calgary was j
In the city this week.
The Women's Institute will hold
their   annual    Valentine    Social    on j
February   Uth.    Dancing 0.80,    and
refreshments  served. 6-2t. i
240 prft Misses, Boya und Child's
Shoes, lines wo are discontinuing, ai
nne half price     W   1». 1)111.
Thu Itcbekahs wilt give a curd puny
and dance In the Parish Hall, Fri-'
day, Feb, Slat 5*41.
lie u ciu/eii arrived lu town on
Thursday of last week. He was one
of tiie passengers on hoard tlie Kin-
press of Asia.
Fred ltycknmn, Indian Constable,
was on a business trip to Waldo this
week,
Mr. Robert Grey, who has been relieving at the Hank of Commerce for
some time past, left on Thursday last ]
lor Cbllllwack. ;
Found—1 black cow with red calf.'
No visible brand. Apply Bert Johnson,
the Lund ranch, Wardner. ;i-4t j
'ihe Methodist Ladles Aid ha -.  '-.- j
elded on Mi. ih 15th as the dar f i |
,i ley. and too'iery sale to be iu Id tu
ihe otd gym.
Miss MacKay of Kegina arrived in '
own on Wednesday of last week and
has accepted a position us stenog-
ta-Jher w t!i the Beatie-Nnblt- Drug |
Store,
Application forms for hay are now
In the hands of the secretary of the'
Farmers' Institute and will he given
out to every farmer making application for same.
The City Basketball team held tlieir
first work-out at the Parish hall on
Tuesday. They were opposed by a
picked team and the better condition
of the later proved a little too much I
for the former aud a victory for the
picked team resulted.
The semi-monthly de.nce ot the I
Knlght» of Gladness Club wus held iu
tlie Maple Hail last evening. The Bd-
mondson four piece orchestra was in
attendance and those present report
a most enjoyable time.
■Miss Grace Doris left for Nelson
last week to accept a position ns
stenographer with the Hudson Bay
Company there.
THREE and ONE-HALF
3 12 DAYS' SALE 3 12
We have just completed STOCK TAKING and have discovered a number of
lines, some of which are broken in sizes, and being unable to procure any
more of the same, we are placing them on sale to clear them out. It is your
gain and our loss as the prices today are two and three times what we paid
and there is not likely to be any reduction in price, particularly on Woolens
for two or three years so if your sizes are here BUY NOW
Misses School llnols, nell mini,' nt good ninteriiil.        I 'nm bridge Woolon Coinblnntlnns mirth wholesale
.-ill sizes
#4.85
88.00, snle price
J2.10
An nssortinoiil im' Women's Boots, odd linos, mostly nil sizes. l.KSS TIMS COST.
Women's Inn Cotton Hum',   .   85e, :i pnlr inr $1.00
Women's Coltnii Combinations, north $8.50, snle
price   $1.55
(lilil lines of Watson's knitted Undergarments, nt
IIAII  Wholesale Prices.
Stnin'ields- Vests nml Drawers,  north   wholesale
*:s.mi each, sale priee $1.85
Stnnflclil's Combinations,  north  wholesale  $5.00
eaeh. sale priee $8.85
Cambridge,  Heavy Cotton  Combinations,  worth
wholesale $1.75. snle price    85c
An nssortinoiil of Misses nml Mi,men's Coats, to
clear at          $8.00 to $10,00
A biu range nf Tweed ami Sorge *.kiii« nl Less than
Cost to clear.
I I1 mid lines uf Blouses, silks Included, nre mi snle
t	
An assortment of Scrim Curtains nml Fnncj Linens greatly reduced.
I nun the Hn Goods Department we have selected
:i number of item., such a. i lanueletts, rem-
mints of Si'lnis. Dross Material, Velvets, etc.,
ele. nml put prices on them ihat clll •Hns..1
them go like Aunt Jemimas' hot cakes.
|
THE SALE OPENS SATURDAY MORNING and Closes WEDNESDAY NOON
FEBRUARY   8th   to   12th   INCLUSIVE
SO SAI.K GOODS Si:\T OS APPRO.
VAI, OK EXCHANGES or REFUNDS
ALLOWED
S,'0 thr, "(ihosl
Hoiibp ot Hate Xo.
Mon. anil Tubs, ul
f tho ItaiH'lio":
: i.inyd Comedy
ic Rev,
GRIP, INFLUENZA
Hamlin'* Wliard Oil a Rallabla,
Antiaaptlc Pravantlva
During Influenia epidemics spray
the nose iiinl throat several times a
liny with one pail Wizard Oil ami
two purls water, n-uiv. an atomizer.
If vim haven't an atomizer, gargle
the throat ami an tiff the mixture up
the uo>e. This treatment sets up an
antlicptlc wait of defense against
"llu" germs.
Cheat colds and sore throat lead
io grip, Stop them at once with
Wizard Oil lu'fore they can develop
iuto dangeroufl iutluenza.
Get it from druggists for .10c. If
not satisfied, return the bottle and
get voiik money hack.
Ever constipated or have sick headache! lust try Wizard Liver Whips,
pleasant little pink pills, 30c at druggists.   Guaranteed.
Mounted Police Sergeant (Irani ot
lllalrmore who driving in his ear
ttie other (•veiling waa bold up by
ih roe armed high wny men at thc
Frank Bllt.0. (Jrant got out of ihe
ear and proooaded to clean Up 0C1
tlem individually nnd collectively, to
such utixmI offoct thnt hi a shorl time
i-c had ill tiiree thoroughly »*< wod
and willing to do Ms bidding.
22 Ladies-white voile waists, sizes
| 80, as. 40. 42. Regular priee from
$U.O to $8,76, Slightly dilated for
95c, at W. I) Hill's.
Singer Sewing machines for family
se. took all the first prizes at the
San Prancoaco Fair judged by experts.
They must be the best machine; for
sale at the Singer store for five
dollars cash and $3.00 monthly. We
will take your old machine in pari
payment.   I'hone 157. 2-mly
The City Basketball team Is ready
to accept the challenge issued by the
Club team of Christ Church that ap-'
peared in last week's Horald.
Women  who can appreciate values'
should   look   over  our  Woollen   and i
part wool underwear In all sizes. Wo-;
men's and childrens at one quarter
off regular prices.—w. n. mil.
Ethel Luttrell, piano, violin
antl harmony. Studio: Hanson
Block, phone 2fi4. 8-1 m
erf Card Party
and 'Dance
Will be held in the
Parish Jfall
Wadnejdai/  Sei.  /St/i
at  S p.  m, sharp
TICKETS    -   ■     50c
FOR SALE
1917 FORD
j TOURING CAR'
llmi less limn 1500 miles.   In
first class condition, Willi $100
extra etjulninent. .
l-KICE $11(10.(10
APPLY HOX 100  HERALD
HIRSTS j
PAIN EXTERMINATOR
.-.-ttJ--.it-
Always Effective—and acts quickly
Relieves lame back, lumbago, neuralgia, iprminB, lame joints and muscles,
toothache, earache, tore throat aad other painful complainti—Hirst's
Stops the Pain. Get a bottle today. Have It handy—haaa hundred
w  .tfMS. At dealers or write us. HtaST REMEDY CO. Hamilton, {.mi-  ^
IiAND   ACT
Cranbrook Land District..-District of
Kast Kuutenu-
Take notice that I, Marry Rymell,
of Kitchener, occupation Laborer, Intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
—Commencing at a pout planted at
the southeast corner of lot 390.1;
thence 2ft chains south; thence 20
chains west; thence 20 chains north;
thence 20 chains east to pluce of commencement; containing 40 acres, excepting lhe D, C. Southern right ot
way.
Harry Rymell,
Dated October 12th, 1618.
Dftte ol Ural pabUtatlon ol thii ao-
ftfci (Motet 17U. llll tt It
The annual general meetiug of the
I.O.D.K. will be held In tbe Oily Hall
on Friday, Feb, Uth at n p.m. The
annual reports will he read and the
election of officers will take place, It
is urged Hint all members mnke a
note of the time and date nnd on-
deuvonr to be present.
Tlie dance given by the Ladles of
Christ Church Guild on Wednesday.
.Ian. 2Mb, was tbe best they have
ever held. About $50 was tailed to-
ward*, paying off the debt on the
hall. •  -t'.tf
Contributions to the Canadian Pat-
lot le Fund for the month of December amounted to 91,835.5.1; contribution.* for the month of January amount
ed to |8£>fi."7. Contributions from oul
Hide point-; were as follows: Otis
Staples l-mnber Co., Ltd, 1287 and
$297.
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
nf Canada Limited
Office, smelting aud Refiiiiiie Department
TRAIL, BRITISH rOLl'MBIA
SXELTEHS     .1X1)      1IEFMBS
Purcllftser of <»nlj. Sllfer. Cupper, lead and Zinc Ores.
Taliuiitif ltriind I'ii; Lead. Milestone. Spelter and Copper
IGLEYS
The Greatest Name in Goody-Land |^-|?
9 dozen Lfldloa Rlnek TTosc, regular
price fiOc, Satuftlay, 3 pr, for $1.09,
at W. T). Hill's.
\V. A. Myers, the editor and manager of tlie Herald, left on Tuesday
on a business visit to the coast. He
will report for tlte Herald n few of
the moat important sttttnigfe of the
legislature. He will give to the read.
era of tlte Herald the legislative proceedings nt flrsl hand. Those who
are Interested In what our legislators
are dolus will got some very useful
Information neither - colored nor
biased, nor yet written up in utero-
typod form. Everybody tn East. Kootenay will be Interested Tn this series
•I ftrtUlw  Bt tun aid cat the» att.
1-'.\IIMI:IIS* ISHTITITTI. KOTKS
Don't forgei the February meeting
on Sth Inst.
The advisory Board of tlte Farmers*
Institutes is called for Tuesday, Feb.
18th at Victoria.
The District Institute Convention '
last Wednesday evening re-affirmed
the resolutions passed last July and
added one concerning tlie importation
of nursery stock destined for 10. Kootenay. The contentions of the Advls-,
ory Board on thc question of soles
of land to Asiatics, leases to Asiatics
and the Importation of inductured !
Chinese labor was supported and the |
local member of the Board was Instructed to do all In his power to push '
these matters.
It Is hoped other matters deserving
action by the Advisory Board will be J
presented at tha coming fetation of]
the Caste** UiUtot*
y PAGE FOUl
THE CRANBROOK  HERALD
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6th, 1919
INVKIt.Ml.ltK.
Tiio adjourned annual mooting nf tin
Wludormore District branch o( tiio
Patriotic Fund wm hold horo Inst
week, Thc report ol B, M Santlllandc,
i ,■ Secretary-Treasurer, Bhotfed that
during the past yonr the district lind
subscribed somewhat ovor sixteen-
hundred dollars, an approximate total
of over three dollars per head for every man. woman aad child within Its
area. There had been paid out daring tlie same time lhe sum ot $2291.50.
which   laid   heen   disbursed    oiifisl
thirteen families and twenty-eight
children. The retiring officers were
elected (or tlie balance ot Hie period
daring which it Is expected Hie organisation ls to remain in existence.
Amongst those who returned from
the front by the S. tf. Kuiprcss of Asia,
was Private Jack Hume, whose mother
Is here oa a visit to his sister Mrs.
Harold E, Forster. Private Hume's
home is ia Uconlbo, Alberta While
ai ihe front private Hnme was seriously Incapacitated by being gassed
through a mustard shell bursting In
bis neighborhood.
Tlie annual meeting of lhe Windermere District Hoard of Trade la called
for the afternoon ol' Friday the ,th of
February. Amongst oilier matters
Which Hie Hoard will urge for is tbe
extension ,d the Dominion Clovern*
ment Telephone System from ibis district towards Cranbrook.
KLKO SfOTKS IIY FRED ROO
When you're on a good thing, hold
tight. It pays to advertise If you know
how. says Jim Thlstlebeak. Tbe tear
a man is abused, the more lie dr.esn'l
amount to.
A Calgary papot says that girla attain Ihelr full growth at IS. Tha
same can be said about elephants,
saye ,11m Thls.'iebculi, but an elephant
Is content to travel with only one
trunk.
Tlie Rock Creek Lumber Co., Flagstone, B.C., bought out several timber limits in the Roosviiie Valley aud
will put In a mill nt the Rllly Morrison limits Jusi south or the Sipiare
Deal Ranch. Tho Downs and Rein*
eceke Lumber Co. Hold their holdings
also lo the Rock Creek Co.
Jim Thlsilebeak anya "There ia nothing sensational In the case of the
Montreal city Woman detective who
got the wrong man lasl week. Women
are continually doing that,
Jim Thlstlebeak says "Take anything that Is given you except advice.
If it wasn't for woman's curiosity,
men wouldn't bo such gosh darned
liars.
There ought to he a chance for
every man to accomplish something
theso days, sayB Jim Thlstlebeak,
when a fairly industrious hen can
earn six cento a dny.
Sergt .-Major Brewer, nfter four
years overseas, relumed lo Klko lasl
week and was tendered a great reception hy tho Townspeople. While in
Germany the Sergt M. got a glance nt
the Whelp 'Butcher Bill Hohonzol-
lern" wns Having to be Emperor of
British Columbia nnd Tobacco Plains.
VVUIIIM It NOTKS
The big dancing party given in honor of Miss Dorothy Feldhausen al tli"
(lab   Hall   lasl    Wednesday   evening.
.Ian,   SOtli,   was  Indeed  a   very   plons-
ant affair.    Ahout  twenty-five couple
weri'   present.   Wurduer's  Jasz   Hand
hd io Mr. John Little furnished very
excellent music for the occasion. At
midniirht a dainty three course luncheon was served by the hostess. Miss
Feldhausen. assisted by Mi.-s Barnes,
Howard   Henry,   Miss   Flodjen   and
j Ed.   Untitling.    Al   a   line   hour    Mil'
| guests  deparled  for  their  respective
j bonies.   wishing   Miss   Feldhausen
I many happy returns of the day.
Miss  Irene   llonalioe  arrived   home
Saturday   evening   from   Vancouver
wliere she spent  a  month    visiting
friends.
Miss Millie Barnes made a flying
trip to cranbrook last week
The  Wardner .la//   Hand  made  Us
flrsl appearance at lhe Club Hall on
Wednesday night. I'tveryone was very
. pleased with  the  Klr.-raz-jazz  music
, ll   was   Indeed  a   treat   for   Wardner.
I The Band has only bocn m existence
for  a  short   time,    Those  nlaylm   in
the organization  arc:   .Mr.  and   Mrs
Gene   Stone.   Jack   l.illle,   Vic   Felll
j hilllsen. Wm. Bnrlotlo and .Ind I Mill.
i    Mr   Robt, tfang. traveller for   the
Cranbrook Jobbers, was in tewn   on
Friday.
Mr. atol  Mrs. Gene Slum- returned
! home  on   Wednesday   from    a    two
, months visit in Spokane. Wash, and
Coner d'Alene.  Ida.
Mr. II. S. Miller of Laeomhe. Alia.
has accepted a position with the
Crows Nest Pass 1,1,r. Co. of litis
place.
ROYA
YEASi
i'i.i:sitm:itu\ CHURCH
IMPROVED
MOSSTPBOOF
wSQUARE PACKA6E
BAPTIST I initlll
itev John 1'. Sinclair, pai
Church iiileiiihir
Next Sunday
Morning Service. 11 o'clock,
sabbath School in afternoon at 3.00
Evening Service. 7.no o'clock.
Rev. J. F. Brlggs of Vancouver will
■ondtict these services.
A cordial welcome to nil.
WHAT TO CSC TO
l'HKYEYr AITK-.mn.TS
Crauhrook people should know simple buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc.. as
mixed ill Adler-i-ka. flushes the ENTIRE bowel tract so completely that
appendicitis is prevented. ONE TI3A-
, SPOONFUL, Adlcr-i-lui relieves ANY
■ CASIO sour sloimich, gas or constipation because It removes Al.l. foul matter which clogged ami poisoned  your
system.    The   INSTANT notion    surprises both    doctors    anil    patients,
j — Bealtle-Miirphy Co.. Ltd.. druggists.
Idny,  Feb.  7. 7  p.m - Voting  Pen-!
pie's Band.   Lnnlorn Locltii  Our    _ .....
Heroic soldiers To arouse a sluggish liver,
inday, 9th Fehriiary-U a.m.:  Civ-    to    relieve    a    distressed
.. sermon subject "Four| stomach, to fortify your-
self against disease, —use
iltlngs overy Christian should linve'.
12  t   Cin red  School antl lllhle
t lass.
7.30  lint.'.   Evening   Wnrship,  Sermon Subjoct,  ".', calm heart atn'.d
i r nt day unrest."
I'liui'sday.  Feb.   I:,    Fi llowslllp Meet-
D. Hill's Great Midwinter
Sacrifice SaJe Closes Wed.
February 12th at noon
Don'! miss the (.rent wind up of ,111c nf (he greatest sales
ever placed before thc purchasing public of this district. We have still 03 LADIES One-1'lccc IMtKSSKS,
each miriiieiil an ind it id 11111 model. IVe dn not intend
In carry a ltrcss titer if prices count for unytliiiiir and
no tire prepared to count our loss, even if it lie your
-ruin, this line will he sacrificed.
LADIES' SKIIITS. III.OUSI.S, nml I MH.IIW OH will
he knifed own deeper Mian I he) have heen.
|'|,anni:i,i:tti:s, worth 25c, at   1;,.
#20,0110 north nf the lies! lines of I,miles', Hisses',  and
Children's SHOES, all licim- snld al sacrifice prices.
I I'll pi', of SHOES In he cleaned mil al ONE IIA 1,1' Price
Do mil miss the nppnrtilllllj of the Season.
W. D. HILL
We cordially Invito you to como   to    Uff^SlU ^      Midieb. in Am W«M.
these sorvleos aa n sincere worship- SqM •twiwlirt. U MMfcMfc
' Ood in   His lions.
MI.IIIOIHST (lll'ltni
Pastor, Rev, it, \V. t.cp
Sunday next.
11 11,111, Divine   Worship.
12 o'clock—Sulibutli School,
7.30 p.m.-" Divine Worship, Bubjei.1
"Jean Vatican", ilif Becond address on Victor Hngo'.-i "Los
.Uisernblos."
Wednesday, s p.m.—Epworth t-eaRite
Doctors Fail
WANT ADS.
TIIK STAR SECOND HANI)  STOKE
I.lst tti lliirgiiiiis  (his  Week.
PHONOLA Talklns Machine, the
only machine made in Canada. Tiie
only machine made with organ pipes.
Cabinet machine }S8. Small ditto %2Z.
ORGAN—Bell Organ Co., n stops,
Splendid tone. Kreat imrgnln $20.
Alladln Lamps—Hanging or stand
lamps, at hall price.
PIANO FOR SALE
COLUMBIA VALLEY IRItMUTKD
Eltl'IT I.ANI1S, LIMITED
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the following schedule of Toils hat
been approved by tin,' board nt* Investigation under tho Water Act, ami
this publication hereof Is made pursuant to tlie provisions of Section 151)
of the said Act.
Schedule of Tells
For Maintenance—$1.50 per acre of
Irrigable and cultivable land as determined by tlie Company and the Water
Engineer.
For Water Supplied—$3.60 u-hlt-
ttonal per acre nf Irrigated land if the
water supplied is one-aiid-n-lisilf acrp
feet, per acre or less. $H.OO por acre
feet of water supplied in excess of
one-and-a-half (acre feet per acre,
which will mean;
An annual charge of $1.50 on the irritable land not Irrigated.
An annual charge uf $5.00 on tho ir*
rlgable hind which is Irrigated.
And an additional charge uf $3.00
per acre foot for water delivered in
excess of one-and-a-half acre foot per
acre.
Bowser, Held,  Wallbrldge  Douglas
and Gibson
Solicitors for the Columbia Valley
Irrigated Fruit Lands, Ltd.
Vancouver, B  C. 24th January, 1910
fl-4t
, "Terrible case of Eczema—contracted when a mi. re boy- fought disease
[or ten yearn, with half dozen spec-
ailatB. olnli ifrga in terrible condition.
\linost a nervouB wreck, li took jitf!
8 bottles io clear up this disease
This is the late testimony of a prominent newspaper man. ills nam < ami
iiis remarkable story iu full on retlttost
Wn have seen so many other cures
witli this marvelous liquid wash that
we freely offer you a bottle on oar personal guaranloe. Try it today.—Cranbrook Drue and Hook Co.. Cranbrook.
D. D. D.
forSkirvDiseases
A RAFFLE
Will 'I'uki' I'lul'i' nt
Lester Clapp's Store on
Sat., Feb. 8th
lit S Ji.lll. fur ll
AMI III SELECTIONS
Tickets 50c each
mil) tie I1111I I'nini Mil. ItlSSKI.I,
nml Mil. ATKINSON
SHUBERT WAMIS1
ALL THE BEAVER
YOU CAM SHIR*
R&w Furs
Wanted
Tnxppero Js-rrr-ers,
it ilops not cost you anything to
Get Our Ca.sb Offer
on your furs. Express them to us
WK'1,1, PAY ALL ClIAltGKH
over  $5.00  valuation. We make
you our offer
AMI   llltl.il   VOUH   KlllS
for your reply, returning tlmm
AT OUJt HXPEXSE
ii' nol purchased.   Try us
In Business Since 1SSS
Send tor Price List.
Special price for Dark Martin
Mackay &Dippie
KOHT   STEELE   ASSESSMENT
DISTRICT
Notice Is hereby given ilint a t'ourl
oE Revision anil Appeal under   I lie
provisions of tlie Taxation Aet.   and
the Public Schools Aet, respecting the
j Assessment Rolls ot the Port Steele
I Assessmenl District tor the year 1010,
j will lie held at the Government orrhe
at Cranbrook, B. C, on Wednesday the
19th dny ot February. 1010, at ten o'-
! clock In the forenoon, and at the Qov-
' ernment office at Fernie, lt. ('.. on Frl-
I day tiio 21st day of February, 1010,
at ten o'clock 111 the forenoon.
Dated at Crnnbrook, It. C. thi' 7tli
| day of January, 1010.
A. n. MacDO.VAl.D.
Judge of the Court of Revision
HCAVV
FURRED. CASED
come as
30.00lo21.00
22.C9IO 18.00
22.00;oi;.00 1600lol.t0l),l?.00l,'.!0.00!:;'.C"!a (i.GO
I
16.00to 14.00 I2.00to 10.00   S.OOlo V.nO ■ Mflio 5.03
N? 3
is to tut ■-mar
UOla 2.00
2.C0to 1.50
THESE
EXTREMELY
HIGH PRICES
QUOTED FOR
IMMEDIATE
SHIPMENT
nore than lhlrty.nveyears-SHUBERT" has beenglvlnit Fur Sblp|wr»anhnn«t and llbw^ nuorttnen^-payl t Idaliitk*.! marital
, 'Hndini raluros out promptly—rendartnii "betlananrlce"—"quicker." Nolicrn ,.u,iir,itl„.l,iiH ..i.:„han li.nv I'n.. Imin
inrtot Canada to "SHUBERT." Shipments valued at mora ttian "1(10 miut bo matki*d-"GENEKAl. IMPORT LICENSE PB !•* 30."
"SHUBERT" Wants Br.tit-h Colombia IPnrs—AH You Can Ship
A "SHUBERT TAC. TNVI I.OPrrrn V", LMomcbl PI ,s/ iv"C nieniv"
lor)„ur lurs—"tjiilakw"" "lhobastan-lpro-ipte.tl ■ ,.\ .^1. ij ti,o world."
';■' G!7T A SHU-Mrr-.""- (*»•'«• T'*J>AT'
" Th?re I.i No Doty oo Raw Furs toning Into Chicago trom Ary Tart of Canaita"
«ME| Rt J CASH
,.'15-21 \V,XustiH Avc.sS
i«^
CHEAP
PHONE 9
IF YOU HAVE ANYTHING TO SKi.l
PIioik; 0; if you want to buy anything I
Phfn <j(*vvinK. cbtldrcn's clothing
ospeclally, Apply Mrs. Farrell, Bnr-
well avenue. 4-8i
WAXTIOD—Smart ofrirc boy, apply
Dominion Kxpi-imk Office, li
Olrl Wanted—For Kdieral bnitse- J
work, Rood wa^ns. Apjily to Mr.-. W.
i:.   Wordon,   30   AnnstroiiK   Ave. fl-Iti. i
STOVK WOOD
If, in. green blocHs ". Iiih. in 12 Ian
tlilck. Z% rtrhs $fi.r,0. Ordinary split
green 'i\'< rieka %%.ftft. Othor lengths
in proportion. Phono O. K, Foote.
Wycliffi' lino, liotween C nnd 8 miming or evening, Free Telephone Ser-
viro.
DAIRY RANCH FOR
SALE
Have Your Own
Or Brand Name
on
Name
BUTTER WRAPPERS
TIIK h\\\ SAY.S TIIAT YOI' MAY NOT SELL Bl'TTKU FROM
A FARM Oli THROUGH A STORE Oil MARKET UNLESS IT HAS
THE WORDS "DAIRY DUTTER" PRINTED OX TIIK WRAPPER.
as Vol' NOW HAVE TO USE PRINTED WRAPPERS WHY NOT
HAVE YOUR OWN NAME OR THE BRAND NAME PRINTED ON
THE WRAPPER AS WELL AND IN THAT WAY GAIN VALUABLE
ADVERTISING. IF PURCHASERS OF YOUR BUTTER WHO LIKE
ITS QUALITY DON'T KNOW WHO MAKES IT TIIKY CANT KNOW
WHAT BRAND TO ASK FOR WHEN THEY WANT TO BUY THE
SAME KIND AGAIN.
Situated one mile from the C. P. R.
Depot at. I.nndbrerl., Alta. Three
hundred and twenty ncres, well fenced, lots of water, good house, two
story burn. Lower half of barn eem-
ent nnd stone.
The Impnivementw on this place coBt
five thousand, Will Hell for $7,000
on tormn.
There ih n wonderful opportunity
for a dairyman to buy this place nnd
ship milk lo the Crown Nest PasH,
A. M. DKNSMORE
5-3t Luwdbreck, Alta.
HYPNOTISM ONLY  IU.AI,
<l HI  FOR Slllil-l, SHOCK
Do you know that Hypnotism is
now Iwing taught in every College and
University in the world. Hint it Is
recognized ns ono ol' Hie greatesi
eurative agents in the treatment of
functional disorders, that it wns really
the only method by which shell shock
was properly cured during the war,
that an understanding of lis principles
Is Invaluable lo success, in fact thai
every Buccessful person is either intelligently or  unknowingly  utilizing
its fundamentals. All these things nnd1
many other equally remnrknble things!
are  now   being  attributed   to    this
science which until recently was unknown.
Barnum, tlie Hypnotist, will be seen
nt the Auditorium Theatre February
l:;. It, nnd LBtli nnd will explain ali of
these thinigs to Iiis audience at eacli
performance In a series of short talks
alter which lie will entertain his nud-
lence with comedy nosibtlHIea of this
phenomena and those who have already neon hliii say It is the greatest
comedy show on earth.
According to the Dominion
government regulations all
fanners who sell butter
either to tbe stores or privately, are required to have
it proportly covorod in n
wnipper on which MUST
appear iu prominent letter
tiie words
"DAIRY BUTTER"
The fact is also emphasised
Hint    nil    butler    hi    such
pacltOgOfl must be of   the full
net weight of Btxtoen ounces
und in default of wntue a fine
of from $10 to $.10 far each
offense is Imposed, Whey
butter must be so labelled
even when mixed with dairy
butter and dairy butter retains Its label oven though lt
lie mixed willi the creamery
product.
YOU CAN BE, SUPPLIED WITH
NEATLY- PRINTED WRAPPERS
FOR YOUR BUTTER AT THE
HERALD PRINTING OFFICE. FOR
FOLLOWING PRICES:
Paper ard printing
Included
•200 ttnii»p<'rs for .. , .W.50
Tiiio Wrappors for .. .98.50
1000 H'appors fur $5.00
TIiorc prices Include both (lie
Paper which h llicbosl nliliiiinilil.-
fur the pnrpone, mid the printing.
WE CAN SHIP ni.MKIHATKLY ON RECEIPT OF Oill>KII
CRANBROOK  HERALD
"QIMI.ITV I'RIXTEKS"
Baker Street, Cranbrook, British (uliiiiiliiii
PRICES SUBJECT TO CHANCE, OWING  TO Till!  ll.ltI.(iri„U.
CONDITIONS OK THE PAPER MARKET
[fTTTTO
iSoap
Quantity, quality, price, are the
three things that recommend
Gold Soap to you. Gold Soap
offers you the best laundry soap
you can buy. It gives you the
biggest cake you can buy for
the money. Could you ask
more?
Geld Soap i. made in the Procter A Game/* Factories
al Hamilton, Canada
G<
^m\     mm""'
^ejamsesetm^^ l a-"-'
Old
NOTICE
Tnhe noliee Unit, under lhe provisions of Section 222, Chap. 37, Revised Slatutos of Cannda, 1008, lho Canadian Pacific Hallway Company (na
Lessees exercising the franchise o(
tlte British Columbia Southern Railway) Intends to apply to the'Board
ot Railway Commissioners for Canada, after the expiration of four weelts
from the dale of the flrsl publication
uf this notice, or as soon thereafter
su the application can be heard, for
authority to construct, maintain und
operate a branch line of the Hrlilsh
Columbia Southern Railway, from
Yahk to Meadow Uike, fn the Province of British CoIumbta( ns shown
on plan, profllo and hook of reference
combined deposited In the Nelson
Lund Registry Office as (124 V 2; noilce of which deposit Ik also hereby
given In pursuance of the provisions
>ii die said section.
Haled this SOtli day or .January, A.
O. 101D.
lv AI.KXANDKR
I  It. Secretary.
Clip nd Inn Pacific Railway
Company,
i:.MI,I.OYi:HS OF LAHOH
can assist In recruiting the Crnnbrook City Hand to full strength hy
co-oporatluig with lhindmnster \V. A.
Burton or tlie secretary, D. A. Kay.
Give them particulars of the help
you need, and tbey will endeavor too
supply you with tho mnn you want
who will also he a Hand Musician.
"Boost  the Hand."
At present wo can place four sawmill workers, and one mlllwrlght-
nioehanic.
Returned soldier-musician a rom-
munlratt with Secretary Kay.
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