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Array THE CRANBROOK HERALD
VOLUME 19
CRANBUOOK.   BRITISH COLUMBIA,
THURSDAY, .MARCH l!*), HI17
NUMBER I?
CRANBROOK    HAS    THE   MINERALS    THAT   MAKE    THE   MONEY
m
POLICE COURT
Juseph ft. Jackson and J. H. Laity
A special meeting hold to clear up
bunt, pbb for lhe season prior tu spring
work when ii quorum is hard to get.
President Palmer iu the chair, -5
present,
A lottor from Victoria concerning
farm and truck garden competitions
ami orchard competitions waa road
and placed in tlie hnnds of (lie oxetti
live to nel if any In toreo! is shown.
Mr. Uualtlo reported on Ills Interview
Willi III.* Honorable the'Minister nf
ABTleitUuro ro mill anti elevator am!
■Intad Uml although if hnd nothing
In blue It i ml whlto to show he foil lio
could aay thai Bubatanllul assistance
would bo glvon tho project providing
wlvpn organization was completed it
showed a wiile-spread lntoronl In thc
matter nmong the rnrmora of tin- district, It all binges on how willing the
farmers ait* to co-operate In the mat-
tor, Mr. Bealtlo also reported having
taken  up the matter of well-boring
outfit to lie rented to farmers lu sections wliere water is hard to gel and
boi loved this project, which the Institutes have been advocating for somo
time, will tie taken in hand shortly.
President Palmer being about to
leave tlie district said a few words by
way of farewell to the Institute and
memhers. thanking those who bfid
backed liis efforts to keep the Institute
going in tbe pust two years white lie
has heen at the head of ii and expressing Ills regret at tlio severance of liis
connection with it. As a last message
to tbe Institute. Mr. Palmer appealed
to all the farmers of the district to put
aside their petty fears of one another
and jealousy of another's chances of
prosperity and increase tbo "get together" spirit on every occasion until
all were bound together In a strong
co-operative body ns in this way only
would tliey get any permanent success.
\ unanimous resolutoin expressing
their appreciation of Mr. Palmer's
services and tbei rslncere regret at his
departure was passed by the members
There will be no monthly meeting in
April as il is a busy time and generally a call results In failure to get a
quorum thai month. An executive
mooting will dispose of tbe month's
husiness.     A directors'   meeting at
tlie close elected Mr. G. 11. McPliec
President  in  Mr.  Palmer's stead.
were arrested Saturday Inst and
charged witli vagrancy, each being
given fifteen days, and both now being engaged on thc useful work of
fixing up tho city streets.
Percy McLeod wus arrested Saturday night, nud wus charged Monday
morning with being drunk and disorderly, and falling through a window
on Cranbrook Street.    He was fined
joun    wmn.wn:
USUI LVTION
Comfofl   Bags   For  Soldier*,
i
TD BE RESUMED    '»~*^=
nl line! lhe* damaged tee
$G nnel costs,
liny.
.Mile,, Kiiruk. Jacob Ueenlk nud All-
ilrow l.eisiti wi'i'o niTcstieii Sunday
morning for righting on Van Home'
Street, nud npiioarod In e-mirl Monday
morning, and oocli tlnod $6 or tan
daya.   Thoy eeii  preferred  liolp rix
up ii ity atroota rather than pari
wltli lho cash. Tho Clile*r soarcuod
llieir rooms after arrost, und found ;i
■ in,i 11 bottle partly tilled wilh liquor
in each room.
mini*,  beforo  Juil1**'  Ar-
The members of the St. .Inliu Ambulance  Association   have  100 Coin-
uado.   Tin* contents of the
small  baud  towelB, wash
t  BOap, tooth lirush. small
 ih, razor, handkerchief,   i
let lures writing pieel, pencil, toleac-
■. pipe, cigarettes, chocolate, spear-
ini, playing cards and puzzle. Any
ntrlbuil
0   llleieve
lort Bag
same nr
cloth, to
brush un
boot lace
NEWS OF OUR BOYS
AT THE FRO.\T
Ii  will be appreciated if every I
nrson receiving news ot or from
our  Boys  will  kindlv  notifv  the'
"llerald." ' I
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Unlit
ilii'
Macdonald was charged | limit m'  pn
This  im
lipid, Arch
with being drunk and Incapabii
linker Street ut eleven o'clock Wed*
ni'siliiy nlgllt. He claimed thai he was
drugged; ho had been drinking whisky for aboul 30 yours and It had never
served hlni like that before. He was
fineil *.5 or ten days, and is trying to
raise tlio fine.
THE GERMANS IS
ANM'AI,     XEETHTO     OK    THE
nUXlMOOK     QOLF     CLUH
The annual meeting of tbe Cranbrook (lolf Club was held in the City
Hall on Wednesday evening, There
waa a large attendance of members
of llie Club,
The following officers wen* elected: I
Honorary    president:    Mr.  V.  Hyde
Daker.   (re-elected)    President:   Mr. |
.lames  t.   Laldlaw;   Vice-President: '
Mr, E. L, Staples; (re-elected) Secretary-Treasurer: Mr. M. A. Beale; (reelected)    Executive Committee;    Mr
<;. W. l-\ Carter, Mr. J. M. Christie, Mr.
Ii   C. Seaman, Mr   A. D. Macdonald,
Mrs George Hogarth, Mrs. M A. Beale
Mrs. .1. M. Christie. Mrs. A   M   Mac
donald.    Mr   C.  <».  Staples  was  reelected Captnin  of the Club;   Mr   J
M   Miller was appointed Auditor,
The subscription fees for th,* com
h,*.'    .nni   an*  to   bo  ten   dollar*-   for
mm mnl uve dollars lor women Tea
mi mherfl two dollars. Out-of town
m, niton will pay hair tho regular
nu mhorship fee
During Ibe meeting tin pasl proi I
dent, Mr ,1 M ChrUtlo, presented the
mn ■- won :'i lnsl season's tournamentf
Knowing that n revolution which
would overthrow Russian absolutism
and re-act ou German autocracy was
brewing fn Petrogrnd, the Gorman
Ghansellor appeared unexpectedly In
the Prussian Diet last woek and promised largo but vague constitutional re.
forms in Prussia. He nought to allay
tho growing discontent In Germany
and tho agitation against the power
of the junkers tliat was spreading
amongst the political parties.
He succeeded for tho moment. But
no one who knows Germany will believe that the Chancellor of the "scrap
of paper" has any intentions of keeping lite promise if Germany wins tbe
war. Therefore, the political freedom
of Germany must come f.om her utter
defeat on the battle field. That Is tbe
essential condition. Il is only when
tlte people of (iermany awake to realize the progress toward the abyss they
liave already made under thc leadership of the Hohenzollerns and their
creatures thai tbey will reek to stop
tlieir headlong career.
They may possibly Irani tlie lesson
Russia lias learned. Bul it is doubtful. The Germans liave no political
sense They are "politic:*! infant."" In
matters ot government.
Cranbrook and Crows
will be pleased to hear il
for a return of tlie daylight ervice
over the Crows Nest line of tbe c. p.
R„ has borne fruit, and that ,, day-
Inn.itlnns  nf  any  „f   |*ght   |Ja88enger tniil|   |10B  ) „  ,,,,„,,.
i will lie gratefully (sed. Tin- announcement was made
arcotod and may be l**ft ai Miss Mc-, by General Superintendent Cameron.
Leod's Millinery ston on Saturday, following a conference or district
March 31st , superintendents at Calgary.   The now
train will run between Cranbrook and
Lethbridge, and it is understood 11 will
bo put in operation with the commencement of the Bummer schedule
in June,
Cranbrook, Lethbridge, and Intermediate towns have fought hard for
■i return of this servlci lor il
year. Tin* Boards of Trade bavi
the matter up on various occ
and many appeals have been it:
the railway company to Incren
service through tli.- Crow Lino
only one train each way a di
been in service since 1014, It is understood tin* new train wtill leave
Lethbridge ut 2.15 p.m. Tlo* service
will be a great boon to llie commercial travellers who niaki* Lethbridge
their headquarters ami will he well
patronized hy tliem.
It is understood the other train service affecting tlie LethbrldRe division
will remain practically as It U in the
summer schedule.
THE WEEK'S WAR NOTES.
I'roslilonl ll llsiin look »li*|is .11
25lll tu |iui Uu, wholo notion een
i'liiilina. uml  Ims exercised  hi*
lieMlililll*    4 eillUI'l":
incollog April itnl.
Till'   riltllllllllll    IVor    I eellll    i»   ei
siiliscrfliril iiliuul one liiinili'i'il minimi
dollar*..
Ut'i-nmn*. arte eeuiil In havo -HO suit.
murium mnl) lu mess Hi,, Aliunde lu
attack tin* I. S.
In s|>lti> uf luul weather Drill*', mm
t'ri'iicli an* i •esliliis tlicir nfM'iisi.ie
ii'irht nml 'lay, uml munj' rllliige* uml
slriiuulinlil- nli'n fulling into tlicir
linniR
Knur lliiiiisiinii l.i'iiiian soldiers lime
I'lnssril into llolliiiiil secl.inir I'liuil, uml
linn* lei'i'ii Interned,
Progress Is bolng niiiilo lo ICiih.Ii,
getting tho nrw government In I'lelii.
lilt trim. This is liclng hiirrinl li; (ho
I ii.liiilillil) uf ii l.ii inun ilrlvc lulu
Russia.
TOWN TOPICS
.Mr. Sidney Blmi
representing tlie .\1
Cigar Manufacturer
was in die city thia
business witli his m
incidentally renewl
ances.    "Sid," as
of Vancouver,
l.eod Nolan Co.,
of London. Out..
ve.'k transacting
y customers and
; old acquaint-
e    is popularly
known, was -i form
Cranbrooltj having Hv
itis boyhood days and
with many of tlie yo
living   here.
■I-   res
idont   of
during
school
It   still
i:\i.m hi \kt ti in m: ii.m:
On   Tuesday   evening.   March   27th
;i debate was held between the mem-
bors of tl.e Eager Heart Clnb and King I j-*„t„re „.-., '*.   jJ.T
Kdward School discussing the need or
not of conscription,
Norah Pownall, King E|dward School
Bpoko of the advantages of conscription. She showed strongly the benefits
gained physically.
Muriel Baxter spoke against it. Her
arguments showing how Britain had
Major Krnest Sims, nf Winnipeg,
Men's Social Secretary for Canada
West, will visit Cranhrook on Saturday and Sunday, March ::ist. April 1st.
Ile will conduct tlie week-end services
in the s. A. Hall. Hanson Ave.. On
Saturday evening at S p.m. the Major
will Kive a lecture entitled "Twice
Horn Men." and on Sunday evening his
topic will be "Vour Past. Present anil
an- welcome
tint;--.
ha*-
ill's great mm
Mon* and more do the astounding
financial operations of Englund stagger the human mind. Upon tbe dizzy
top or a $18,000,000,1)00 natlonttl debt
tliat country' swiftly and with aii
apparoni ease places another threi
and a half billions. The world has
witnessed nothing in the pnel like
thete stupendous loans. In a das
Creat Britain floats a largot debt t.iau
tlie total debt of the United Stat"-: al
tlte close of our four year;; of civil war
in a day its people purchase ns groat
a bulk of debt as England's debt was
when its present awful war began.
There seems to be no bottom in the
Hritish pur?e, and tho mighty war
loans ('.oubly prove the Briton's bonsl
in the part about, his country's fathomless wealth—Philadelphia Leader.
Clip*
Mr
nii
wi'iv won bj Mr. o Wl c Carter, Mr
r. o Btaples, Mrs Elmoro staples
and Mrs   C   D. Staples
■pie* Cup gtven hy Mrs ,1 M Mc
Creery, was won hy Mrs Bayard
Staph".
\ very henrij vote of thanks wa*-
tendered  to   Mr    Carter   I'or   thc   good
work done by hlni mi the course lasl
season.   Mr. Carter briefly responded,
The   finaii.'.s   of   lhe   Clllb   are   ill
good shape nnd the Committee will
arrange  Tor  extensive  Improvements
to tiie links this sea sun. tin* work
will he started as soon as the weather
permlti
V   SlMTKHSFUl.   MtAJIATIC
KVKMXfl
Tlie last of the dramatic evenings
in th,. Parish Hall was attended by
a large crowd Tho programme Included readings from Bhakespearos
"Itichard the Second," a costume performance of a scene from "King .lohn"
Miss Roberts .acled. the highly
emotional part of tlio young "Prince
Arthur" with great vigor and ability
and Mr. Bridge appeared with effect as
Hubert. Mr. Davidson made a good
ruffian.
Tlie pupils of King Edward School
again did themselves credid In a do-
Hghtful choral piece and Mrs. White-
house al tlte piano was very much ap-
roctatcd.
The quarrel between Sir Peter and
Lady Tenzle from "The School for
Scandal," read by Miss Roberts and
Mr. llrhlKc, caused u great deal of
merriment.
Altogether the series nf evenings
designed to bring some good iiiuslc
nnd literature to til Op eoplo haa proved
most successful and tho apperelatlnn
shown very gratifying.
never forced men to enlist, but had
always beeu victorious, also that men
brought in nailer conscription did not
fight with the same will and courage
■[•. those wbo enlist voluntarily. It
ilso educates the young along a military line.
; Bertha CHU seconding Norah Pownall,   spoke   nl   bow   the   aOO.flOO  men
i promised by Canada were not forth**
coming.   ta Canada a failure'.'  There*
| fore those who did not have- tlie pride
j ;\ml courage to enlist should be made
, thus putting all men on an
On Tuesday afternoon, April 3rd,
the regular monthly meeting of the
Women's Institute will take place at
the Parish Hall, comment Ing at 1 p.m.
riiarp Mrs. i.. Clapp will glyp a
yn  of
.■ titonstration  on  "vnrlo
»d nig egg-.." Tien will bo i com-
[etltton for members only and two
prizes will be awarded for hest made
design for a qUllt.    Materials will b<
itirnlshed for competition with the
i ftn i tion of thimbles so member*'
l 'in iy note, a musical program i-
belng arranged and refreshment*) will
n rved
Icomeii
nrn
H!
rrtiolly
iiu
al
icondlng   Muriel   Hax-
convlnclng and inter-
DorlH   Lees
ter, also Kavc
eslinj:  paper
TllO casting vote showed tlie larger
number of Junior members against
conscription and the vote of the Seniors being in favor of it, and very
much regret that some of the young
mon <if tho town were not tiiere. A
vole   of   thanks   was   tendered   Miss
Woodland us chairlady and also to
the memhers of King Edward School.
Sect Eager Heart Clnb.
According lo information given in
Hie House at' Victoria. Thursday last,
in answer to questions by Mr. Robs,
conservative member for Kort George,
four hundred thousand acres of land
have already been applied for under
section five of the Soldirs' Homestead
ItO UN
HI tlto 11—At tbe Cottage Hospital,
Cranbrook, March 23rd, to Mr. and
Mrs. H. u, Hinton, a son.
Conroy-*At tbo Cottage Hospital,
Cranbrook. March 26th. to Mr. and
Mrs. ,|. Conroy, a son.
Johns— At Hie Cottage Hospital,
March 27th, to Mr, and Mrs. J. T.
Johns, a daughter.
Private    James    Qeorge,    who  left
cranhrook   with   the  Tilth   Battalion,
just about two years ago. arrived home
Monday     He was Wounded ill tlle back
being struck wilh a piece of shrapnell
shell,  and   bas  still   to   undergo  thel
operation of having Hie piece of iron |
removed.   Heing in ypres nnd Armen-|
tiercs. Pte. (leorge has seen some hard
fighting, and feels quito satisfied that
he   has   done   his   hit.     There   is   no
doubt in his mind that tin* German a
will be on tho run tills spring, and
Hint their best men are all gone. His
work was chiefly lu the bombing section, and his first experience when
first arriving at the trenches was to
fall fn a shell hole on top of n dead
mnn. His family were glad to get him
homo again, snfe. even If not exactly
sound.
Many of the fanners are extending
tlieir operations this spring in tlie way
of mixed and dairy farmlng.'and one
that may be noted this week Is the
Wallace Ranch, :i miles from town
on tbe Perry Creek road. The fram-
work is up for a large dairy barn,
built on the eastern plan, with utone
foundation, and driveway through the
centre; TA x 34, with an approach 18
X H, It will have a capacity of n0 bead
of slock, aud an overhead mow for fiO
tons. Pure bred Ayreshire ia Hie kind
Mr. Wallace Is handling, and with a
Start of 13 bead, he Intends to build up
a  first  class   dairy  herd.    We  are
LITTLti   I'KGGY   OMIOOH1-]
Little Peggy O'Moore" i- a   play
that goes right home to the average
lldlence because the story    il    tells
rings  true.     Peggy  is a   slip  of    au
Irish   girl.     When   her   parents   died
they appointed Dan Murphy her guardian, and Peggy at lasi comes to America   to   see   tliis   Dan    Murphy    of
whom she has heard so much.    Dan
is the mayor of a typical American
eity and Peggy arrives at a lime when
Dan Is up to neck In political battle
for re-election.   Tbe young district at-
toryney, who Is DanV political opponent,  baa  made  a savage attack  on
Dan and Matthew Hogan. a contractor and political boss.   Howard Richmond,  this   political   rival,  falls    In
love  with   Peggy  and  for a  time   It
[ looks  at  though   Pegjjy   reciprocated
! alt tils attentions but. as time passes.
! her admiration for hor guardian rip-
! ens into love and that sounds the death
j knell of Richmond's love affair.   Jac*
i ob Webster, president of tin* Webster
I National Dank, tells Richmond of Ir-
I regularities at the bank and inform''
him that Murphy, as chairman of the
hoard of directors of the hank, haa
made a misuse of tlio funds.   Richmond eagerly seizes upon this as good
campaign  material  and spreads    the
rumors broadcast.   Murphy and Hogan withdraw their accounts from tlie
bank.    The people of the south  end
wbo have become depositors  In  the
hank through the influence of Murphy
nnd Hogan learn that these accounts
liave  heen   withdrawn   and  tbey  believe  the  stories  of  Irregiilnrites  at
the bank.
There Is a run on the bank, a mob
sets fire to tlie business section of tho
city and the police are helpless. Murphy endangers his life to address the
mob nnd nsBurea It in tho morning he
will put his money back in Hie bank
so tliat tbey may get tlieir money. He
makes good liiP promise but there is
not money enough and the rioting is
resumed. The mob gets hold of Webster nnd Is showing violence when
Murphy comes to the rescue. He is
shot dowu as lie attempts to address
the rioters. Ii develops thai Webster
has wrecked the hank by bin crooked
work but the institution is saved,
Richmond wins the election, however,
the people learning the 'ruth too
lato to prevent the false rumors electing Richmond. Murphy, however, wins
Peggy and Is recompensed for his loss
of the maynrnlty when he Io appointed to fill the unexpired term of a
United Slates senator who has died.
pleased to note lhat the cream Ih to be
Whiting   At  Hie Cottage  Hospital, brought iu to the Cranbrook Crenm-
Mareh 28th, lo Mr. and Mrs. W, Whit■■■' t,rv   and  wUh  Mr   w»iin<-» <.,.,, *,***. , ,    *	
"*• *••*» *is" "'r- WBiiiu.o and non week and removed in Mrs Bents bos*
lnr* n «">■ Clark, all iticecsi,
Mr.  Howe
perlnl Hank.
I,   Manager  of  the   fm-
was tnken very ill this
Dear Mr. Bridge: A package of
smoking materials from tbe congregation of Christ Church, readied no-
today, and I take this early opportunity of expressing, through you. my
sincere thanks for tills kindly gift
which  I  much appreciate.
The number of Cranbrook boys at
South camp. Seaford, was considerably increased last week when tlie
226th reached here. Have not been
able to gee any of my Cranbrook
friends yet as I regret to say I have
•won in hospital for the past mouth.
\ severe cold which I contracted at
Christmas, after u spell of bad weather, refused to he shaken off, and eventually settled on my lungs. Am glad
to say I am getting along satisfactorily but do not expect to be fit for
duty for a little while yet. The past
few weeks have been unusually cold
for this country but the weather is
Improving and at present Is almost
springlike.
Ahout 125 men from the B. C. Co., of
lOCth Battalion left for France today.
II is hard lines to be nning nothing in
Kngland, instead of being along with
tbem. With kindest regards, sincerely
yours, it. t. Williams, Xo, Ollfloo
10th Reserve Battn. Canadians
CO, Army I*. O.
London, Hug.
Feb. 13, 1017
Vssembly, Apr.-lfi
SI'KI'laU    ViV.V.K    IN
CHURCH
CHRIST
Tlie English Church will celebrate
Holy Week and Kaster as a special
season of Memorial and Intercession.
Although no mlssioner from outside I
has boen invited, a General Mission
week will be observed and a hearty Invitation is extended to all eitizetlB.
The programme for Holy Week and
Kaster. April 2nd to Sth. is as follows:
Daily: Holy Communion 7.45 u.m.
(excepting Oood Friday)
10.30 a.m. Special Intercessions,
(Requests for Prayer, special helps,
etc., invited and muy be placed in box
in   porch  anonymously)
4,15 p.m. Children's Intercession
Service.
8 p.m, Brief Service and Address
on "The Men who Crucified Christ."
Cood Friday (Offerings for Mission
to Jews.)
10.30 a.m. Matins: Address "The
Trial of Jesus—then and now."
12,30 p.m. The Three Hour Service.
Meditations upon "The Seven Last
Words."
7.30 p.m. Preparations for En.ster
Communion.
' Kaster Sunday   (Offerings for Rector)
B.30 and 8. a.m. Holy Communion.
11 a.m. Choral Celebration and Sermon, (Congregation is expected to
remain during the whole service)
" p.m. Children's Service
7.30 p.m. Evening Prayer. Anthem
and Special music.
Fort Steele farmers' institute Ii
purchasing two purebred bulls and s
quantity of seed potatoes for Its mem
hers.
pllftl.
DEATHS
Miss Annie Burton, who has been
confined in the St. Eugene Hospital
for tho past five years with a lingering
Illness, passed peacefully away this
morning  shortly  after  midnight.
Jean Couture, who died at St. Eugene Hospital Sunday at 6 p.m., after
a short illness, was buried this morning from the Catholc Church, Rev.
Father  McGuire officiating.
XOTH V  TO  CONTRACTORS.
Bull   Ither  Bridge School.
SEALED TENDERS, superscribed
"Tender for Bull River Bridge School."
will be received by the Honorable tin*
Minister o! Public Works up to 12
o'clock noon of Friday, the 13th day of
April, 1917. for tlie erection and completion of a large one-room school-
house at Hull River llrldge. In tlw
Cranbrook Electoral District.
Plans, specifications, contract, and
foroiB of tender mav be seen on and
after the 2fith day of March, 1017* al
tlie office of B. Luck, Secretary of the
School Hoard. Bull River: N. A. Wallinger. Government Agent. Cranhrook;
i(. Hewat. Government Agent. Fcrnie:
and tlio Department of Public Works,
Victoria.
By application to the undersigned
contractors may obtain a copy of tlm
plans and specifications for tlie su.1
or ton dollars ($10) which will be refunded on their return In good order.
Each proposal must be accompanied
by an accepted bank cheque made payable to the Honorable the Minister of
Public Works, for a sum equal to 20
per cent of tender, which shall be forfeited if the party tendering decline to
enter Into contract when called upon
to do so, or if he fail to complete the
work contracted for. Tho cheques of
unsuccessful tenderers will be returned to them upon the execution of the
contract.
Tenders will not be considered unless made out on lhe forma supplied.
signed witli the actual slgnatnie of
the tenderer, and enclosed in the envelopes furnished.
The lowest or my tender not necessarily   accepted,
J   K   GRIFFITH.
Deputy Minister and Public* Works
Engineer, Department of Public Works
Victoria. II. C, 10th March, 1917
134
Fashionable
Easter Millinery
All new styles and freshly made
pattern hats in the new fancy and plain
braids, also plain shapes ind smart out*
ing hats prices ranging from
$2.00 to $17.00
Easter Suits and Coats
Very Smart Models in Ladies Suits
and Coats only one of each model and
perfectly tailored. Prices from
$15.00 to $48.00
Easter Footwear
All black lustre kid. lace or button
styles, lovely soft kid uppers that will
conform readily to thc ankle Patent
button and laced styles with black cloth
tops, and smart neat lasts   Prices trom
$4.50 to $7.00
McCreery Bros.
Cranbrook's Dry Goods and Clothing Stores
SATURDAY SPECIAL-
PERFUMES for EASTER
Perfume - moody the ipltl: of the* floea-ers and vour choice is far
greater, the usefulness Increased and no comnariMn In the la^iini:
iliieiMles.   Perfumes are always fresh and never wilt like flowers.
Por this EASTER SEASON our stock excels everything ever
shown here and is complete in every popular make
S ATI'IIIIAV ONLY—:••>,',', (IFF on all IIII.K PERFUMES
Cranbrook Drug & Book Co.
IV. J. ATCHISOJf, Manager.
Telephone U.. Mall Orders Becelre Prompt Attente.n
The 1917 Ford Touring Car
S495.0Q f. o. b. Ford. Ont.
Veen pay less lot* i li is cur imt ii gives yon more
enjoyment, more milage and longer service than
thoBe which cosl more.
The touring <*ar five's the utmost in automo-
blle value*, pride <if ownership and economy.
Buy a Ford ihis year and save* money-
$560.00 Cranbrook
HANSON  GARAGE
CRANBROOK,   B.C.
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada, Limited
Ofllce, Smelting and Refining Department
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TIIE CRANBROOK HERALD
THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1!)17
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WAK  COM Kill-:M'K  OF   IMPERIAL
III ties IS INAI MTtATKO
1'OllAV
London, March HO.—"A new epoch
of constltimlonal development," "momentous change iee political organization nl' Emplro," "Milestone in oui
history," "Immense stop forward on
path of Imperial organization." Those
are phrases trom to-day's editorial"
oi ; terdi y's Imporlnl mooting o'
cahinel nnd today's eejie>;iiii!*, e»f
"When
lhe* llichl
and
li
al
Istoi
Lloyd  Qeorge, as  prime mi
having   pre Ided  yesterday over  tho
;   | and warmly welcomed Sir Rob
erl tlordco and uther overseas mlnls-
.. i    nixhl Hon, Waltor Long, as col-
■■ tary. prooldM ovor to-di'.y's
Today's special business
,-.. [otnple tine tho agenda and arranging tlio : rogram tor continuous sit-
in i iternato days tor tho ncitt
Is weoli   or bo, tlmt Is on tho days
when lho Imperial war cablm
held.
The Times, noting tho abi
any   kind  of  ostontntlon   about the
beginning of thoso historic gatherings,
pictures whai a triumphal procession
of clah irate banquets dermany would
Have  i -il upon tho stage tor a similar
happening    In the   Qerman Empire.
■Ti.. i s :cutlvo power, which has rested iiithorto wltll tho British cabinet
alone, is shared today with the Dominion momberu   of   tho   war   cabinet.
Questions ot foreign policy whlcl
Iiithorto been utterly outsld
of tlio Dominion peoplos nro
When tiie Cowers ot Darkne      : .
dominion on onr soul
When wo fh 'I consurang througli tho
Seven Hells of tover
Those put oi ■ their hands to
honied and made us whole."
"Tliono   arc   tlie   thoughts
think." said he, "bul neve r ei
One can almost see the te in
from tliat mm '   heir: an :  : tl
blinded il yos of Dn   Ind)
I.  n   li   !■:. Hun  blessluRs
gentle, wnmanly soul therefor.
Again.   Thoro is u widow ii
tain i Ity whoso only child '.
away and Is now in the tlete '<■
lighting.   When the tolcgrui li
gor appears em the stroi i In wl
live., fear grips hor In an wltll
ot Ice.    alio  droads  lho  nc
would  malic  death   welcom
sinco it would Imt reunite th
ful ones,    Vol  She.  When o
loilies called the othor day li
n! | money she could bill
Sho said tn hnrsnlf Unit if the Mill
uf comforts It mlghl bo mad.' to rem', sen
AND TAKE NOTICE Hint the court
has by an Oreler dated tlio 17th day of
March 1!H7 aiiluerlseil service nf tho
aid Wrii nf Summons een you by tho
insertion of this notice in tho "Cranbrook  Herald."
AND FURTHER TAKK NOTICE
el.ie you ar*' required within fourtoon
• lays ut tin. Insertion, to cause on appearance to be entered for you at the
offlco of Hie Registrar of the County
Court of East Kootenay nt Cranbrook,
and that Ii! default of your so doing,
tlm Plaintiffs may proceed with this
action and Judgment may be given
against you in vour absence.
\V. P. Ourd, Plaintiffs' Solicitor.
13 Crnnbrook, B. C.
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Mil).
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something.
more? It
ml hi II bc
rondi rfully
I.O.O.F.
II V LODGE, No. 42
Meets   every
Monday night
j'^SZ^rmrf    at Fraternity
Hall.     Sojourning   Oddfellow.,
cordially Invited.
E. II. McPHEE,        S, FYLES,
Secy. N. 0.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, H. C.
Meets every Tuesday at £ p.m. in
the Fraternity Hall
It. C. Carr. C. C.
P. de Voro Hunt. K. It. & S.
P. 0. Box 522
Visiting  brethren cordially Invited to attcud.
OVERSEAS CliUB
Meets In Maple Hall second
Tuesday of every mouth at 8
li. nl.
Membership open to British
citlzonB.
visiting   members   cordially
iiitin
'reodom
if tho lh
paled
concern. The fancied rc-
of the d'liiiini'iiis Irom old ili-
it European politics sucli as
e Integrity of Belgium, the
nl Poland ami tho settlomenl
Ikans, Is mew at an end. The
shown nils remoteness t" lee
,n <ii peace without reel se-
Wtillo tiie constitutional lm
Df these Imporlnl gatherings
illy recognized, il is antiei-
i. im definite scheme of Em-
reorganlzatlon Is likely to emerge
nt tin. present stage'.   It is sttggsted
that this lie lhe subject of a subso-
quonl Bpoclnl conference. It ls also
clearly understood that Hie practical
after-war problems whtch the conference begins in discuss today, Including
demobilization, Immigration, Innd settlement, shipping, finance and nacal
policy, cannot bo finally settled by
the conference llself. All proposals
musl depond the ultimate consont of
tho various legislatures 'ef the Empire*.
Windermero.
I. 0. II. K.
li. V. I
■el.
r.ike*.
ildent
J. P. Lower,
Secretary
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
*„ Meels   In   tlie
Parish Hall
first Tuosday
afternoon   of
/%&■'' ■•;-V "'"''•''     "1"""'
r!*K ■: ■:'' -? nt :i p.m.
*» ; '■-:=     Pres.. Mrs. W
B.   McFarlane.
Becy, Mr   3 W. Burton, P. 0 Box 021.
All ladles co-dlolly Invited.
: '    '.    [Iff  DUIGINAI,
« ill        nml
GKNUINE
llewnre
nf
Imil iti ion*s
Sold
een llie
Merits
ni'
MINAKIl'S
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DR. Dc VAN'S 1'KENCH PILLS!
PHOSPHONOL for men. fi;;,":;;;
Vitality!for Nitvp inui Itritlri; lnc«aiM',Kroy
nutter'tnToiiIg -will Mild ypii up, 13 n :"Jt ,<>r
twit fur (.'.. nl limit storm, »r Iiy mull on rooalpl
•l|irJ(«'. Tnuyuuutta hwo Co., si. Catbirlut
OtiUrJu,
The ladles of llio I. 0. D. E. aro to
df mosl heartily congratulated on the
jjreal success of their activity in con-
vassfng subscriptions in Oranbrook
and the district round about, during
i !n- |iaul weclc. Thoy collected no losa
than $527., a very substantia] aum indeed, nnd ono which, wo all hope,
marks tlte beginning of n return to
Improved business and gonoral conditions for the city ami locality.
Tho 1. '). D. K. do their eminently
patriotic worh tinder the very awful
symbol of the Hed Cross. If people
wore only gifted with a little more or
the pestilent gift of thinking, tlte
ladies of tlie Order would never linvo
need to ask for a subscription, it
would suffice to merely exhibit thnt
Sign to induce tho thinking man to
yield up his last dollar for the bettor-
Ing of the snored cause it represents,
The Red cross is, anil symbolizes by
Its very form, a conflict of two hostile
linen ot Irrcconcilablo direction. It
recalla tho sacrifice above all sacrifices whore iiu* True cross went red
with tbe blood of Mini who bore It lo
his death, suffered terribly, that we
might live; thereby proving in Himself thai "greater love liath no man
than this, that a man lay down his
lifo for his frlonds",   M recalla that
tho hoys wltll whom we went tn school
and with whom wo played, have taken
tholr crosses on their shoulders—no
older than our own- and have gono
away to that grim "Somewhere" we
hear so much of, to be shattered in
mind and in body, or to die, (hat wc
may live; that I may live and have
a roof above my head, oat good food
and   drink  choice drinks  nnd   have a
comfortable bed below my fot-ladon
ribs at night. We are prone, many nf
n- in thrust thoae thoughts from ns.
They disturb the easy, gentle current
i:f our dally lives and. Qod help ns.
interfere somewhat with our business
aud our active worship of the time-
dishonored Golden Calf.
one can well Imagine the lesson In
human nature the members of tlio
! i) li, E, learn in tbeir many canvasses for the means to carry on
tlieir great work. Ono nf them culled
n few days ago on a veteran of tho
South African war, two of whose sons
are now nt the fronl. one, unfortunately, missing and tlio other severely
wounded is recuperating iu n mansion
in Devonshire given over, like so many
of the princely bouses In Kngland. for
hospital purposes. She was not aware
of these matters when site called.
That father emptied his pockets for
her, "Nothing should be hold bark
from you who help the wounded," snld
he. "I, like my boys, hnve done my
bit. 1 don't forget being wounded In
South Africa and how the Sisters
cured me." Ho handed her a ropy of
Kipling's "Dirge of the Dead Sisters."
"See (hat marked stanza" he said.
"Redd It. please."
did nol reach her own boy tin
reach some other mother's
Samples of the hest. pi
Is It not strange from wl
the best can he selected?
those who have sacrificed
are prepared to sacrificed
appears to be the ease. A
said thai Hi,' avorago is ■
good, too. If it were not, wc couii
hardly hope for auch n gallant contrl
tlm ken I button as we have the pleasure of re
)W their ] cording.
Vet we have those, and tliey ar- nl
too many amongsl ns. who havinf
youth and no ties to hind them excep
tholr want of patriotism and tin li
Ignoble love of eaai. deliberately hnni
back, and liave hung back when th
blast of war blew in our oars. These
who liave ht onr bravi young follow!
do the fighting for tliem, so thnt tbey
ihe slinking slackers, may stay a
home and mako money in plenty, an
the very ones for whom the awful j
symbol of the Red Cross has no earthly apeal and who dole out o bei garly
contrbution to tho I. 0. D. !■:. her. fi
of the blessing that goes witli cheerful, hearty, manly'giving.
In the by-ways and highways of
London thoy have erected little shrines
■wliere are engr'avon the names of
the men of the immediate locality who
liave died iii their country's service
warring, literally, against the very
Powers of Darkness. Here the peoplo,
the men. the women ami, especially.
the little children, offer flowers for
the decoration of these splendid, spontaneous! memorials which will, we
hope, endure for all time to come.
Conscription In England has jolted the
slacker and tho conscientious objector
Into the placea where thoy ought to
bo; otherwise il was at one time under
serious consideration to erect public
rolls of the slackers on tho street corners where something otlier than flowers would be offered to their memory.
Since conscription has not yet been introduced Into Canada it mlghl be well,
not alone to erect the shrines and the
Rolls of Honor, but the roll of the
slackers also. To whal extent this
Bystem would help the business affairs of the slackers is questionable:
but it would teach them that besides
the dollar there Is in this Canada of
ours a most almighty and malignanl
kick in tho toe of the public boot, and
that this too is liable to resound off
tlieir southern frontiers at a much
more early period than they reckon
tor.
The Fort steeh* Development Syndicate Limited, of London, England.
and Charles Esttnore, of Rial Alaska.
Plaintiffs, and Lee Yuen, ot Kimberley,
in tho Province of British Columbia,
Laundryman, Defendant.
To tiie above-named Defendant, Leo
TAKE NOTICE thnt ihis action wns
on the ICth day of February 1817 com.
menced agalnsl you. and tlmt the
Plaintiffs claim damagea against you
- ! non-performance of tho contract,
tei natively specific performance
! the said contract or alternatively
■ ■  Is ion of the said contract.
Wh TAKE NOTICE thai the Court
ai bj au onier dated the 17th day of
Marc] 11)17 authorised porvlco of the
* ild Wril of Summons oa you by the
Insertion of thli notice once In the
"Cranbrook Herald."
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
thnt 'ou are required within fourteen
daya of lite insertion, to cause an ap-
dnys of tho insertion, to canst! an ap-
ponranee to bo entered for you at the
penrnncc to be entered for you nt the
office of tho rtegiatrur of the County
Cotirl of East Kootenay at Cranhrook,
and that In default of your so doing,
ho Plaintiffs may proceed with this
action and Judgment may be given
..; alnst you in your absence.
w. F. c.urd. Plaintiffs' Solictor.
13 Cranbroolt. 13. C,
Eyes
Brl<
Indicate buoyant health. When
the eyes are dull, liver and bowel*; need regulating. Quickly
restore healthy conditions with
a dose or two—in time—of
BEECHAM'S
PILLS
r Medietas in the WotU.
ire.   In boxer., 25c.
Cranbrook
addlery Co.
OPPOSITE DEPOT
IM UK)I wriTiits lllll
Trunks,
Bags and
Travelling
Requisites
i U01i:itS-<ir|  jour Harness
Ovorliuuled  fur  Spring  Work
REX Mon. & Tues. Apr. 2 & 3
'Canada's Fighting Forces'
(SECOND  EDITION)
CANADA'S AVIATORS AT WOBK ZKI'l'KI.IX  RAID OVER LONDON
MOTORBOAT PATROL CANADIAN HOSPITALS  OVERSEAS
(SHOWN BY ROYAL COMMAND)
PRICES       -      -      15c and 25c MATINEE       -       -       10c and 15c
ANOTHER WOMAN TELLS
How Vinol Made Her Strong
Beailsvilie, Ohio.—"I wish nil nor* j
vous, weak, run-down women could have i
Vinol.   I was bo run-down, weak and
nervous I could not sleep. Everything I j
ate hurt me, and the medicine I had taken did me no good.   I decided to try
Vinol, and before long I could ent any- ;
thing I wanted and could sleep all night.
Now I nm well and strong, and in Bet- :
ter health than 1 have been for years."
—Mrs.Anna MlLLISON,Beailsvilie,Ohio. '
We guarantee Vinol for all run-down,
Weak and debilitated conditions,
rranbrook  Drug &  Book Co., Cranbrook. B. ('*. also Ri the best druggists
in nil llrltlsli Columbia towns*.
FUHMi;   DISTRICT
District oi' Ensl Kooteimy
\otic- is hereby given that sixty
(CO) days from dato I Intond to apply
to the Minister of UndH tor a licence
to prospect for Coal nnd Petroleum*
over tin* following doscrlbebd lands
situate In Loi 4608 South-Bail Kootenay. Coramonoing nt n post planted
nt tlie south oast corner of Lot 7087,
thonce smith su chains, enst about 10
chains, north about '2(i chains, east
about 50 chains, nortb nbout *'*o chains,
nnd west about Til) chains to point of
commencement, Relocation "f ixit 78-
09.
Located this 3rd day of February,
1917.
N. II. Fisher, Locator.
James Fisher, Agent.
9-5t.
Lower
PRICES
were never
iMade
A.LL
Thn Kort Steele Development Syn
(Urate Limited, of London, England,
and Charles Bstmere, of Flat, Alaska
Plaintiffs, nnd Brazzlner Howard, of
Ktmfoerley. in the Province of Hritish'
Columbia, nnd \v. A. Mntheson, of Spokane, in the State of Washington, In
the United stutes. Brakesman, Defendants.
To the above-namod defendant Brnx-1
zlner Howard;
TAKK .NOTICK that this action was
on tho tilth dny of February 1917
commenced against ynu, and that tlio
Plaintiffs claim damages against you
for non-performance of ihe contract,
or alternatively specific performance
of the Bald contract or alternatively
rei'lssUm of the snid contract.
Crockery
AMI
Glassware
AT
,11'ST
(i\i:-iiAi,r
tin:
RUGULAH
I'ifii i:
LOOK
for the
Big
Blue Signs
Furniture
Facts
NOBODY wants to pay out morc for Furniture than one
really has to, yet many people will do so . unless they use
foresight and secure their Furniture now.
Furniture is Going up
In fact Furniture is likely to keep advancing for some time
owing to the increased cost of material and labor.
ACT NOW AND YOU WILL SAVE MONEY
Cranbrook Co-operative Stores
In hands of the
White Sales Company
NEVER
Such
a Sale
as this
AM.
PICTURES
AT
.11'SI
OMMIAM'
im:
iiiia i au
nun:
THAT
is
the
PLACE THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1917
THK CRANBROOK HERALD
PAGE  TIIUEJS
Sure Signs
If your eyes can not do close
work without ache or strain; if
a blur comes ovor the page while
you tire reading; if you etui not
endure strong light for any
length of time, or if your eyes
are affected by electric light,
tliey need attention, Properly-
fitted glasses mny be of great
benefit to you. Why not let us
examine your eyes r.nd fit you
witb glasses that wil give satisfaction,
W. H. Wilson
8     PHONE    8
\VK LIS AD IN
t.H'AI.ITV
Fresh Killed Pork
IS SPECIAL
Our own mako of
SAUSAGES
Is 'anions
BRUSH DAILY
SMOKED AND CODXED MEATS
Best Brands nnd Quality
Cranbrook Meat
Market
Good Beef
For Good
Appetites
Tills Week Wo Will Hnve Seine
Prime Fed Beef
anil
St. Marys Pork
AM. FRESH MKAT ON HAMt
City Meat Market
W. II. BLACK, Mgr.
I!    IIOOIIS    WEST    OK    OLD
NIOSI'MTOK OFFICE
PHONE so:
"WHITE"
SEWING MACHINES
MADE IN CANADA
rOR   CANADIAN   HOMES
Wil I. GIVE YOU
COMFORT
EASE AND
REAL  PLEASURE
WHILE SEWING
Con you tlelnk eel any muofl why
there, should no, be one In your
home ?
TOWN TOPICS
kill.) .'nunes pictures
Wlion Bain cleans it, it's clean.
Phone 157 or 58.
Don't tulk war—see it—at the Rex.
April 12nd und 3rd.
We don't keep you waiting for repairs at ttie Star.
Modern house to let on Armstrong
Avenue, apply to Bealu & Elwell.
Mr. Win. Carlin, a prominent mrr-
cliant ot Fort Steele, was in the tlty
last Saturday,
The Star repairs boots and shoes
mi ArniBtrong Avenue,
Sen tlio strafor strafed—at tlte Rex,
Mini, uud Tues.
MIbs B. Heric, of Bull Illver, visited
In the eity Mnndny and returned homo
Tuesduy.
When Bain deans It, It's clean.
Phone 167 ur 58.
Mm. H ur um n cume down from Kimberley last Tuesday to visit friends
in t'ranbrook.
We ure carrying a full line of boots
md shoes.— Cranbrook Exchange,
Armstrong Ave.
Mr. William Kerr, hotelkeeper of
Klko was in the city Tuesday between
trains.
Aviation pictures • taken in the
clouds, at the Ilex, Mon. and Tues.
Apples, from Creston; Jonathans
and spies $1.85; wagners $2.00. Crnnbrook Trading Co.
Let us fix up your storage battery
now and liave it ready for the fine
weather.    Kootenay Garage.
Mrs. Charles Magee and Mrs. Arnold
Wallinger are visiting Spokane this
week guests at the Davenport Hotel.
See the eyes of the army and navy
In action, In " Canada's Fighting For*
Agt, W. Vm Moran, t'rniilinmk Kxrhanga
RAW  FURS
Wanted
Trappers, Farmers,
Ranchers!
it does not cost you anything to
GET OUR CASH OFFER
on your furs.   Kxpress them to us
WK'Mi PAY  AM, CHARGES
over a $5.00 valuation.   Wc make
you our offer
AND IIOIJ) VOUR ll ItH
for your reply, returning them
AT OUR EXPENSE
If net purchased.   Try ua
In   Business  Nlnn-   IBR8
Send for Price List,
Special prteo paid for Dark Martii
Mackay & Dippie
818 8th Ave«ie, Calgary, Alta.
Fresh butter In, 40 and 45 cents per
lb; Brookfiold 50 cents. Cranbrook
Trading Co.
Mrs. R. B. Stnples and Miss Palmer
of Krickson, were In the city last Saturday doing a little shopping, and
returned home Sunday.
No shoes too old to repoir at the
Star Shoo Shop.
Mr. Chas. M. Edwards, a former
resident of Cranbrook, hut now of
Waldo, whs a visitor in the city last
Friday.
The annual meeting of the Methodist
Ladles Aid will be held on Wednesday.
April 4tili at the home of Mrs. O. D.
Hrown, Fenwick Ave., at .1 p.m.
Mrs. Cadwallader and family nro
leaving tomorrow for Trail, where Mr.
Cadwallader has heen employed for
pome lime.
We are carrying n full line of boots
and shoes.-- Cranbrook Exchange.
Armstrong Ave.
Safety IH'posft Vault at Beale & EI*;
well's Deposit Boxes, tn rent at noni-
innl rates,
Mr A. K. Rose of Calgary, representing the H. ti   Dunn Mercantile
Agency, ii In the eity this week getting n line on the mercantile houses
for the Dunn records,
Mr H Morton and Miss Mutton, of
Qnelph, Ont, arrived in the city from ;
| the coast   last   Thursday, anil   visited j
a fow days with Mr. nml Mr-  .1. M ;
; Christie, before journeying East.
! inside Information on the Canadian
j hospitals in England in "Canada's I
j Fighting Forces "
I Pire Insurance Is nn urgent necessity lion'l put It off until tomorrow,
hut phone Beale & Elwell nt once for
! ratoa
Mr J. M Doyle, the Koti.nl nnd
' portly representative of the P. Burns'
Co., Wholesale Meat Merchants. Packers Etc., arrived in the clly Tuesday
{and is very busy demonstrating the
' superiority of the P. Burns' products
Have you ii soldier friend In an
English hospital? Maybe you'll see
his picture at the Ilex, Monday and
Tuesday.
The Caslake residence ou Hanson
Avenue, for sale. For full particulars as to price and terms, apply to
Beale and Elwell.
. Mrs. Blanchard, of New York, Is in
the city today, making arranguuitnts
for the appearance here. In the near
future, of Skovguard, the famous
Danish violinist ami his concert company of grand opera singers.
The monthly meeting of the Knox
Presbyterian Ladies Aid wlll be held
in tin' Sunday School Room next Wednesday afternoon al 3 30. A full attendance is desired. The final arrangements for the Easter Sale will be made
nt this meeting.
.Mr. David K. Newell, a mining man,
of Vancouver, who is interested in
some very valuable property in the
vicinity of the North star and Sullivan
mines, come down from Klmberle)
last Saturday nnd proceeded on tbe
west-bound train, Sunday, for Ills
homo in  Vancouver.
The pupils Of Division 8. ot tlie
Cranbrook Central School, have realized tho sum of $22.50 from the sale
of knitting needle holders which the
children have made up from shells,
decorating them With red, white and
blue ribbon. The proceeds will be
donated to the Prisoners of War Fund.
Mrs. B. MacKay arrived in Cranbrook on Friday, March 23rd„ from
Suit Lake City, where she hns been
staying with her mother. Mrs. MacKay is mnking hor home in Cranbrook with her husband, Mr. Byron
MacKay, who is employed in the store
of the Cranbrook Drug tc Bonk Co.
Private F. L. Watts, who is homo on
sick leave after being down with a
severe attack of pneumonia, lias boen
trying to raise funds for the hospital
at New Westminster nt whieh he was
treated. This is the Hospital for Returned Soldiers, nnd $60 provides one
bed. $00.50 wns collected at Wattsburg, and $11.50 at Cranbrook, and is
to be forwarded to .Mayor Gray, New-
West minster.
Mr. B. Palmer, after a residence of
some ten years in Crnnbrook, has sold
his lovely home, adjoining town, to
Mr. Joe Walklcy, und will be leaving
with Mrs. Pulnier for Vancouver sometime near the fifteenth of next month.
Mr. and Mrs. Palmer will he greatly
missed In the town and district, both
having been good workers in matters
connected with the welfare of the community. Their children nll being at
the coast now. they naturally wish
the family to b,> again united, and Mr.
and Mrs. Palmer uve reluctantly severing tlieir connection with Crnnbrook.
The Daughters of the Empire In
this city hnve succeeded in reaching
the sum of $500 aimed al during their
recent canvass In Cranhrook and surrounding districts. The exact amount
is $628.66 nnd Included In this sum
are the following contributes.
Proceeds Of dame at Wycliffe per
0. II. Knocke, $82.66 I previously acknowledged!; $60 from Mrs. F. Edge
of Kimberley, pari proceeds from raffle of a gun; $48.60 from Wattsburg;
$57.60 from the merchants of Cran
brook; $30 proceeds of a raffle for a
tray Cloth made by Mrs. Pym (previously acknowledged).
The Daughters n filie Empire wish
lo thank very gratefully all those who
responded sn well to their urgent appeal for help.
MRS. SUCK'S LETTER
To Mothers of Delicate Children
Palmyra, Pa.—"My little girl Imd a
chronic COUgll and m'iim so thin you could
count, her nl)!*, nml she hnd no appetite.
Nothing we gave her seemed to help her,
until one tiny .Mrs. Ncihert nsked me to
try Vlnol, and now ihe Is hungry all tbe
time, her rough is gone, she is stouter
and ban n more healthy color. I wish
every mother wbo lias a delicate child
would try Vlnol,"—Mrs. Aurora slack.
We guarantee Vinol. our non*sccret
tonic,    to    make    delicate    children
healthy aud Htroug.
Crnnbrook Drug & Book Co,, Cranbrook. B. ('., nlso at tbe best druggists
in nll British Columbia towns.
The Misses Terrace and Miss Josle
Drummond under the clmperonage of
Mrs. Hay llownrd, visited Moyle lust
Sunday and Judging from the number
of Kodaks thnt wore ti^en along
everybody In Moyie must hnve had
their "picture took" nnd everything
snapped.
Wash Away
Skin Sores
D. D. D. tbe liquid wash, has become a household word. It has proved
itself a remarkable remedy. If you
aro a sufferer from skin disease, Including ulces, pimples, scales, crust
or Eczema In nny form, this remedy
will not disappoint you. It has stood
tlie test and todny Is the master preparation for nil skin diseases. Try
D. D. D.   We gunrantco It.
Cranhrook Book & Drug Co.
Crnnbrook, B. C.
D. D. D.
FOB SKIN IHHK4MK
FKIIMK DISTRICT
District ol i:.i»1 hiMitcnny
Notice is hereby given that, sixty
days from date. ] intend to apply to
the Minister of Lands for a license to
prospect fnr conl uud petroleum over
the following described hinds, situate
in Uit 4508, South-Bast Kootenay.
Commencing at a post planted at the
south-east comer of Lot 7*101; thence
about 70 chains south, cast about 70
chnlns, north nboul 70 chains, and
west about 70 chains to point of commencement. Relocation of Lot 7403,
Located this 2nd duy of February,
1917.
N. II. Fisher, locator.
James Fisher, Agent.
fl-6t
FKRXIK IMSTHICT
PNtricl uf Kiisi Kootenay
Notice Is hereby given that sixty
(t>0) davs from date I Intend to apply
to the Minister of Lands for a licence
to prospect for Coal and Petroleum
over the following dencribed lands
situate In Loi 4598 Sinith-Kiist Kootenny, British Columbia. Commencing
at a post planted nt thn south east
corner of Lot 7397 thenco north 80
chains, east XI) chains, south about 20
chains, west about Hi (Ileitis, ninth
about 1" chains, we a about 20 chains,
south about 20 chains and west about
(iO chains to point of commencement.
Relocation of Lot 7888,
Located this 3rd day of February-
1017.
N. ii. Firher, Locator.
.lames Fisher, Afttnt
Mt
Phone 147
Houie 440
The
Kootenay Garage
AGESTS
CHEVROLET
490
BABY GRAM)
and
EIGHT CYLINDER
DODGE
BROS.
CARS
Complete Plant for
Repairing and Charging
STORAGE BATTERIES
UP-TO-DATE
REPAIR   SHOP
FREE AIR
GASOLINE
OILS
ACCESSORIES
Serve
Save
Produce
E
VERY ONE CAN do
something for his
country
Some can bear arms
Some can produce food
Some can make munitions
Some can give money
It is the privilege of all to help.
Y
OU CAN SERVE by
Fighting—Working-
Saving—Giving
This is NATIONAL SERVICE
Are YOU doing your part ?
A LL EYES turn now to
/\ the Canadian Farmer,
for he can render the
Empire Special Service
in this sternest year of the
war.
But—our farms are badly undermanned—25,000 men are needed on
the land.
With insufficient help, the Man on
the Land fights an uphill fight to
meet the pressing need for Food.
C^ITY and TOWN
A can help.
Municipal Councils, Churches and
Schools, and other organizations,
both of men and women, can render
National Service by directing all
available labour to the Land.
Farmers themselves can exchange
labour.   School boys can assist.
Were you raised on a farm? Can you
drive a team ? Can you handle fork
or hoe? If you can't fight, you can
produce. Spend the Summer working on the Farm.
Let every man, woman and child in
the Dominion who has access to
Land, no matter how small the plot,
make it produce Food in 1917.
For information
th** Farm
on any subject relating to
and Garden write:—
INFORMATION
MIRF.AU
DEPARTMEN1
'   OF
AGRICULTURE
OTTAWA
DOMINION
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
OTTAWA,   CANADA.
HON. MARTIN   BURRELL. MINISTER
Help the
NAVY
Win the War— ^_=-=~=
It needs more men.   Get overseas at once by joining the
overseas division of
The Royal Naval Canadian Volunteer Reserve
and serve in the victorious fleet.   Experience not necessary.
Canadians on joining are sent to England at once for training.
PAV ***•*'*-' * day and upwards—Free Kit—
m\-n. I   Separation   allowance   as   in   C. E. F.
Candidates must be sons of natural born British
lubjects—Ages 18 to 3fl-
Experienced men from 18 to 45 may enlist for service in
the Canadian Naval Patrols to guard Canadian Coasts.
Apply to the
Nearest Naval .Recruiting Station
or to the Naval Recruiting Secretary, Ottawa. A»
"Good bye
ami Good Luck!"
"Thank vou for the wishes and for
This great little pick-me-up
is full of vigour and vim for
the jaded soldier. Quenches
thirst, allays fatigue, gives
new life to enervated spirits.
Every letter or parcel
for your soldier friend
should contain a few
bars. Appetite, digestion and spirits are
the better for it
Sold Everywhere
Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co., Ltd.,
Wrigley Bldg., Toronto
The flavour Lasts!
mtXOE Its C4IMD4
4
"   CHEWING GUM T{tZ
SIAUB rtcm-HBT Rieur
jwrigleyS:
DOUBLEMINT li
TCHEWINO GUMT
Get the right kind of
powder for stumping
"The farmer needs to know that
he is getting quality in the powder
that   he   is   purchasing.    sa> s   the
Weittrn Farmer,  "If he secures the right ki»J of powder, the
cost of removing Mumps is greatly lessened.
The right powder tn use for stump Masting is
^SfSJumping powder
because it is made in Briti:
blasting the kind of stumps tha
been used ley British Columbia '
It is the original Giant powder
— tile pioneer Canadian farm
explosive*.
Giant Stumping Powdei lias a Greater
heaving and lifting cffeci thnn ordinary
powders, It therefore goes further and
gets the stumps one i leaner than explosives that merely shatter.
Cm* nnr Kr>nL •   Our book, "Better
uei our dook, p,rrni„«, with
save money '.'Lanl, s",,,mi'i.".i
■*    Powder,    well
aleeew yoll llow to nil down eeiiee tilasein,;
coats, ll explains the latesl powdel saweiR
ways of loiding end firing Ie is tree. Mail
tiie coupon eer ask for 1
Columbia  especially for
t are found here.    It has
nd clearers for 32 Vears.
Free Book
Coupon
GIANT POWDER CO. Lid.
Vancouver. B. C.
trd in ihe iut>l«((
I   1.11 C
Slump Blaitini
I     Rnuldtr Rlaat.nl
'    Road Malum
'    Trav B«d Hlailma
Ditcb Blailint
(3 Minim-Qua rr**int
'Subscribe to the Herald — $2.00 a Year PAGE POUR
THR CRANBROOK HERALD
THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1917
GURD & SPREUTuL
Barristers, Etc.
IV. 1. I'uni        a. .1. Spreull
I'KAMMOOK,   B, I.
Drs. Green a HucKiniion
L'ltyslolans .'mil Surgeons
Offlce at  residence, Aneestrone,
Avenue
OFFICIO  HOURS
Foronooliee   9.00 lo 10.00
Afternoons 2.00  o   4.00
Evenings  7.30 to   8.30
Sundays  2.30 to   4.30
CKAXBROOK, 13. C.
lilt. F. B. MltES
DEXT18T
Olll.,. In Hanson Dlock
OFFICE HOURS
!l tee  12 a.m.
1 to   5 p.m.
CRANBROOK, H C.
CRANxUtOOK COTTAGE
HOSPITAL
Miiti'i-iiir) i.i.l Genornl Nursing
Garden Ave*.
Teems on Application
MRS. A. SALMON, Matron
I'liuno 259
P. I). BOX 845
LA11II..UV  &  DEWOLF
Civil anil Mining Euglnoers
II. C, l.iinel Surveyors
CRANBROOK, B. C.
F. HI. MACPHEKSOJ,
Undertaker
Dit) I'ln,ne 283, Nlgllt I'liiene Sli
Norbnry Ave, nest to City Hull
Is. VAN STAYDIit'N
TcaelifT nf I'iiiiii'l'iei'te
Crnnlirook, II. ('. Box 8811
If von want satisfaction
with vour washing
send it to
MONTANA LAUNDRY
Snereiiil prices for familv
work
(HAS.  S.  PARKEli
Forwarding  and   DlntrlbutlnK
AKent for
Lollibrldgo anil (ireeiihill Conl
Imporlnl till Cn.
Di.strbntlon Cars a Specially.
Iirn.viii:' ami Transferring
01ve>n prompt attention
Phone 03
DISTRICT NEWS
MOYIE
returned homo Monday morning.
1.. Clark ni Cranbroolt was in vVasn
Ktiie.inv and Monday.
Mr. Boaelej lias taken a now contract for Ht* Vales l.niiileer Company.
smart Morris lias gone up the kootonay on a    inv..villi; li-in.
Mr Antlorson was in Crnnbrook last
Mr, e.ml Mrs. Alex. Desjardine ami j week,
j children left here em Wednesday fori    Mr. nn'd Mrs. 11. Harr will give a
Midway, B. C. party and dance In honor of jMr. Brown
George Holland lies gone to Peace of Ta To Creek.
River lo live' ten his ranch. ill.  Walsh o(  Fori  Steele  was In
A wi 11 attended meeting eel' those In- \ Wasa last week.
terested in the Society (.iirl Mine was      C. H. Snowden was In  Wasa oa n(
bold this week. business tri|e last week.
. . Mr, Roberts anil sems from Atlial- j
WYCLIFFE ' niere, B. (.'. are Wasa vllstors.
:     Mr. T. I.eask of Sliooltumclltick, 'eas
,.,   ,    ,, ,. ..     ,, ,,   , ,  ' fliiseel down his mill.
Clark   Bros,   ol   St.   .Marys   Prairie:     p      „,„.,., weU.known   ,„,, „,, !
oodedacarvrttl ^.eat to be shipped  who  „„„„,,,,  ,„  „,„   l07t,,   ..*„,,,,,,.,.
to Fort Wil lam, this week. , R „       ,.,,,(,.,„„„   ms ,„ m.U
lir. Chester Staples mado a trip to  .   , wot,,.
Calgary last week tee attend the Con-   "TlH, Ko'ot(moy Indlana ,„.„ ,„„,..„„;
ventlon ol the Mt. Lumbormens ,Vs-\(otymti i„u„. orr|Va| o( Cnr.l   I'* on
B°ciation, ,     , ,., , ,     I'reem Vancouvol*.    li  is said he will
Mrs. Hay Staple*  ell a week ago to  ,„,,.. „ bnttBi|0„ of Indians,
visl   mends in Portland, Oregon.       ,    ,„, 1(   ,,,,,„.    „,. ,,,      S[   ,   |(    I
Mr.  and  Mrs.  \\,  li.  Farrell.  v.ltli j -\\'.ls., visiter
 |B""B °r two Hlrls!    Mr. Banfor'd Crowo seem ll  k-\
vml with bis motlicr In Fort SI ■
Mr. Brown Is leaving hi     ■    ,
Easter when he will an in Vnnco
anil enlist.    Mr, Brown  has lev,, I re
'.hers fighting al lhe fronl
Mi's. T. Cretney Irom she. |i it k.
wiio has been visiting in Cranhrook,
lias roturnod hnino.
I Wasa,  lias , 1,    d
You will find relief in Zam-Buk I
It eases thc burning, stinging
pain, slops bleeding and bring*
ease. Perseverance, wilh ZiB.
Buk, means euro. Why not pr»v»
eenrt of East Kootenay at Cranbrook,
ml that in israelii of yienr so doing.
ie Pltttniiffs may proceed with this
lieen aud .In lameiil may be given
eailist veil 'll vee'H absence
W. I*. O'.irii   Plaintiffs' Solicitor.
1 Cranbrook, B. c
ami   boy, moved horo trom Wosi
lasi week. This Is tlie socoud family
which lias taken up Ils abode here
* Iti in the past month.
Mr.  \   Duff en' Cranbrook has ae-
l>ti il a position in the office of the
nii- Stanles Lumber Co. He* took
nii his new duties a few days aire*.
Mrs. V Ultldlcoto of Cranbrook has I >,. ,« K .
been the aaest „i Mrs. S. II. Clark tor flown bis'.■ami
tho pnst week.   Sho returned home on      ,,..  ,,,.,,„,
Tuesduy accompot I by Mrs. Clurk., eei men.
i     Mr.   and   Mrs.    I'erey   Miller   wel e
: visitors in Cranbrook tl is week, where!
Mr. .Mill, r tried lhe ll. i'. Log Scalers'
cxnmlnnton.
Messr Clark, Foster and Manser |
were visitors in Crnnbrook lest Saturday
Tliree Austrlans. employees nf the
! company he-re, were arraigned before
1 N   Burdett, .1. 1'. eel' Marysville, last
wi ,.|i. and lined $27.60 each, for falling
ii, inake llieir monthly report,
Mr, II. II. McCluro of St. Marys
Prairie, was Hn- Importer nl a carload
ni pure-bred lleilsleln stock a lew days
lhe   111
. passed through W
Ensign  Ken. nl' Cranlir
Igcs l.llt
i lasl Tl
Kmiti'i
ay
The
ISanei
Orclics
I'll
Piano -
Violin
Drums
Mr
i. II. W.
-    w
-     A
Edmondsi
Thompsi
, .1. Park
a
er
Phone 2
.'ii
I
. II. llnx
isa
FR
1*. 0
A Mi PROVENZANO
General Merchant
Knlpleiy nifnl Agcnl
llnx nm            Phone 211
CRANBROOK, 11. C.
Tin* Rev. AV. II. Bridge oi' Cranbrook
i hold  Lental  Services in tlie English
niiurcli here (in Tuesday evening.
Mr, mnl Mrs. C, ll Knocks urn taking :i vacation in Calgary this w*"*lc.
n>i.TSTi:i:i,i:
Captain Plomylng, brother lo Mrs.
■ It  I,.' T. Galbraith, nf Fort Steele, lias
i ucceeded in guiding his sliip the "Sub-
box" safely hack tn lhc Royal Navy
Id a >rvos.     A   Cow  months  ago   the
"Sussex" was  wrecked off tho coast
of   Prance.    Ropairs  were  mnde  in
[ finnkirlt, Prance, hi fore lhc trfp ncris?.
: tlio channel  was attempted.
door ■■■ .Imh] returned this week to
| the Burton Mine, Elko, after Bpendlng
, !!*<■ week-end in town.
!    Mr. I*' Blnmore left on Tuosday for
Mavook hy wav nf Crnnbrook,
Mir-s BenB.e Cann is nt Crnnbrnok
hospital recuperating from nn oeia-
li'.n for nopendicltis. Mrs. Cann spent
Inst \V'i; in Cranbrook.
Tho Red Cross ladles hnvo decided
in hold their dnneo (not a masquer-
nde) nn ih.. isth ni' A mil, The (l-ito
has boen changed so thai it will not
plash with any dances in Cranbrook
or community, The tickets nt TiO cents
■\ill li- nn sale in cranhrook nnd olao-
where noxt week, Tlie Hand Hull
will bo tho flcene nf action and the
Masonic I htll the scene of the midnight
supper.
The snow is fa si disappearing under the Influence of Chinook winds and
gem ral thaw.
Rev. Mclnnls. Wardner, spent lho
week eml in town ami held morning
service ni the Presliyiorhui Church.
Miss I. Blair, of Oranbrook, is spending a fow weeks fn town.
Pte. Harold llrldgos. recently reported wounded, son of P. Bridges,
who has ii mill In the vicinity, is well-
known here.
Mr Winslow, forcmnn of tlio Victor Mine, Mouse Creek, was in town
lasl  weok.
WASA
The Red Cross work is progress ini*
rapidly.
Tlie ladles nf tile Hed Cross will fi'vo
a basket social and dance nn April Tth
nt Tn Ta Creek School House.
Mr. Brown from Ta Tn Creek sp.-nt
tho week-end at   Wasa.
Mr. and Mrs, Quartly and son Krlc
spenl the week-end in Cranhrook and
meeting  In   lhe  Wasa   Hotel  al   wlllcll
thcro was a good attendance. (!■•
showed some verv interesting pictures
of Alaska ami British Columbia
Tho Crows Nest Lumber Co., have
started work: tliey have tun camps
running so far.
Mr. and Mrs, Bench are living at sk.io.
kiiim-hnck inr the summer,
Mrs T. Leask, of Tn Ta CrGek, was
in  Wasa last week.
Mr. II. Miller left Wasa nn Prlday
I'm* Calgary where lm will he engaged
in the Water Works fnr the summer.
Mr. '/.. Cihsoii spent the week-end in
Wnsa.
Mr. Emery of Sheen ('reck, passed
through Wasa last week.
Mr. Cadeaitx of Sheep Cr ■ i, . ai
tlm woek in Fort Steele, il.. has <■■ nt-
ed his farm fnr ahe year and will remove to Fort. Steele for tiie summoi'
months.
The Port Steelo Development Syn*
dicate Limited, of London, England,
und Charles Estmeru, of Plat. Alaska,
Plaintiffs, and Stnntlaus Plchotto of
Kimberley, in the Province of British
i nlumbla, Defendant.
To i In nhnve-mimed Defendant,
Sl.uiilaii. Plchotto,
TAKE NOTICE thai this action wns
nn ihe Mill day of Pebruary 11117 com.
mint i,l ugalll -I ymi, and that tht;
Plaintiffs claim damages against you
fm- non-porformance ot the contract,
nr alternatively specific performance
ni' tho sahi contract or alternatively
roi i ii inn nf the said contract.
AND TAKE NOTICE that Hit* Court
bus bv nu order dated the 17lb dav of
March   1!U7 authorised service of tbe
said Writ of Summons on you by tlio
Insertion nf this notice once in tlio
"Cranbrook Herald."
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
that you are required within fourteen
days of ihe insertion, to cause an ap*
I o iranco io he entered for you at the
office nl' the Registrar of the County
Court uf East Kootonay at Cranhrook,
and that in default of your ho doing,
thonPlnintiffs may proceed with this
action mid Judgment may be given
against ynn !,i your absence.
W.   P. Curd.   Plaintiffs' Solicitor.
I.! Cranhrook, 11. C.
Development   Sy
nf   Lnndo
The   Fori   Sli
dicate   Limited
and Charles Estmerc, of Fl
Plaintiffs, and Alexander <
Kimberley, jn the Province
Columbia, Defendant.
To    the   above-named    Defendi
Alexander Gayette,
TAKE NOTICE that this :"*;	
mi the 1iiih day of February l'"7 *-i
menced   against   yon,   ami   thai
Plaintiffs claim damages agalnsl
for non-performnncc of the contn
nr alternatively specific performance   ,n
of tlm said contract or nltcrnatlv ly   -i
roefssion of the said contract.
AND TAKE NOTICE that the Court "
has hy an order dat' d the 17th day of d
March 1917 authorised service nf Uie ,'
said Writ of Summons on you hv the i '
Insertion of this notico once in (he c*
"Cranbrook Herald." . -i
AND   FURTHER   TAKE   NOTICK   i!
that you are required within fourteen ; :
dayH of the Insertion, in cause fin an- j; i
pearanco to bo entered for von at the
office of tlie Registrar uf lho County   i:
Tho Fort Steele Development Syn-
liieate Limited, of London, England,
and Charles Eslmere, of Plat, Alaska.
Plaintiffs, and W. A. Whttmore, or
Kimborloy, in Hie Province of British
Columbia, Defendant.
To tho above-named Di fondant, W. A
Whitmore,
TAKK NOTICE that this action was
nn tie mil] day (lf February 1917 com.
menced against ynu. and' that the
Plaintiffs claim damages against you
I'm* non-performance of tho contract.
i.i' alternatively specific per form.-, nee
i ;' the said contract or alternatively
rei Isafon of the said contract,
AND TAKE NOTICE that the Court
hns hy an order dated tlm 17th day of
March 1017 authorised service of the
-aid Writ nf Summons on you by tlm
Insertion nf ihis nut Ice once in tbe
'Cranhn ok Herald."
•:i)    FURTHER   TAKE   NOTICE
thai yen are required within fourteen
f] iy<  of the insertion, tn cause an ap-
I e ranee in he entered fnr you at the
i nice nf Hie Hegistrar of tlio County
Court of East Kootenay at Cranbrook.
md thai in default of vour so doing,
Plaintiffs mav proceed with  this
ui   and  Judgment   may bo gh'en
in t you hi yom absence.
W. F. (Mnl   Plaintiffs' Sollelto.'
Cranbrook. 71. C
I'lir Sinn* Specialist
.MIK HAitAI'ODI
Siilisi'iiellnn Giiftrnntcctl
Hentlqunrtera fnr nil kinds o
rt.-lmlre
1
WANT ADS.
Je |eer word fur (iriet week, and lie per
wnrd fnr eueli week nfter.
IVAN'i'lil) by jeeiiii)* Indy, ex'ier.
Iinreil, noBition nee stenographer. Apply Herald OlTiee. 10-lt.
nn.' limn: h.\ki:i,y
Robt. frame, Prop.
Frosii Hri'itil, Cakes, Plos
llllll   i'.lsll'J
Phone 117
Norbury Ave.      Opp Clly Hall
IIHt sli.I Ihiniiih.ii ini'iiliut.ir,
I'ln oggs; enst $:ui; in uso onco; will
sell fnr ile.    Phono ISO.
rm:
COEUR D'ALENE
Spokane, Washington
Till;   HOTEIi  WITH   A
PERSONALITY
This houso has the
happy distinction of heing the favorite stopping place in Spokane
for the people of British
Columbia Wo appreciate
t.hfn patronage and do
everything in our power
to make you comfortable,
Our   location    Ip   excellent   ~-
eicM- to Great Northern Station
and O. W. It. R S. .Milwaukee
terminal, anti within i1 minute's
walk from tlu- principal business
bourn's nud places of amusement,
8(w  Stcamsliln on  Moot
I'OH SAleK Small modern snunill
i and logging outfit. Apply, P. Land,
! Box 130, Lethbridge, Alta. 8-Bt,
Id!! SAIJ: Overhind, fhe pasM'ii*
I gi r BUtomobllc, good running order,
'new lires, $l!r>0 cash.--Kootenay (!ar-
lltf
I oh sai.i: ut ii fraction o( a»nen.
Bora valuation desirable [Cranbrook
Btoro building size about '21 x 70; two
Btorles and bascmont, being lot IS
block V. Assessors valuation *:i,S7.r..-
<>"  will   sell   for Sl.r.no.OO oasy terms.
Apply ti. H, Ollpln, H201 Edison Ave..
Tacoma, Wash. 12-8.
KOll   SAI.K   Holstein   Milk   Cows
Ix  of Hn   host milltlng cows in  the
district;   live years old, dm* In  May,
July and two later.   Cranhrook Trading Co.
SKCOMMIAM* biiL'gy fer sah',#2."i.
Cranhrook Trading Co.
Dry  wood  -l  ricks *!t.t)0;   '2  rickt
$-1.75,   Cranbrook Trading Co.
Practical (non irnuluate) nurse,
terms moderate. Apply 10(i Armstrong
Ave,, phono 141. IBp
TO ItKNT Miideni house; vacant
on April ir.lh. next to Masonic Hall
I'cmvirk Avonuo. Apply 10(1 Armstrong Avenne or phono 4-14.      l!l-lp.
WASTED Hjrong young woman
for house-work. Apply Herald Office
or plione i'.lTi. 18,
Kae%ams."rmTixs ,*■???;.?>
AVDITORIVM
--ONE NIOHT ONLY-
Saturday, March 31
"Little Peggy
O'Moore"
Vou like liiimiiiici;   Hllrrlu*   Vdrciidirc appeal-* lo jou:    Van enjoy H'liolcsomo Comedy]    Von iipprecfnto n Hon) I'lny. (lieu yon arc
assured that yuu will fall la Ion- will, 'idtflc !Vug> tn Inure."
Hotter ve yonr sent*, at KoutdcOfurpliy'tt Drug Store.
PRICKS       -       -       -      $1.00,  75cj  CIilMren 25c
THIS IS vtlT  \ STOVIE
ssWlmKiift—e ^■w>Tr.*«Bii,*i.-*c'r-a!r*JBBB
Old Curiosity Shop.
fitiiisoii Jlvenue
All kinds of
Furniture and Cooking Stoves
Bought, Sold and Exchanged
NCW MattreSSeS Jusl Received. Get our Prices
SATISFACTORY
Webster says "Giving satisfaction or content; making redress; relieving the mind from doubt or uncertainty."
When you trade at this store your mind is "relieved from
doubt or uncertainty" because you are guaranteed 'satisfaction
if any article purchased here and found not right you have
ample "Redress", bring it back and exchange it or get your
money.
As we buy only "Guaranteed" goods you will do us a favour by letting us know if ihey are "satisfactory" or not, that
is the only way we can get the much desired information.
LADIES DEPARTMENT MEN'S DEPARTMENT
FURNITURE and HOUSE FURNISHING DEPARTMENT
ARE ALL INCLUDED
It is not a habit-it's a "Safeguard" lo trade here.
AGENCY
PICTORIAL REVIEW
PATTERNS
Vonr Money Hack
i>' lieimls arc nol an
Represented
Our Spring Style Preparations
Are Thorough and Efficient
SEVERAL factors govern the purchase of clothes—some men place
value foremost, others believe style,
fit, pattern or weave more important.
ART CLOTHES
COQK 8R«7S. 6-
XtLLCN LIMITCR
The spring lines are completely reiidy—ready for
men of every taste—ready in all that is new and
{{pod. See them at your first spare moment.
They'll interest you.
Cranbrook
PRIVATE HOSPITAL
Licensed by Prov. Qovernment.
MRS. BENT, SDFT.
Special attention given to Nervous and Rheumatism cases by
Violet Kay Treatment   *
Mullet up tlle system and
steady the nerves through Electric Vibration, Internal Kxcrclso
Violet Ray and Ozone, a perfectly natural process.
■TRAPPRRfi-Gct'MoreMoiiey"
fnr Tmh mm-im"•<* •*"-' *****•**■- —•-■     ■  —■  -   -
for Foxes, Moslem!, Wolves. While Weasel, Mink,lynx, Bia-
ver, FUher, und other lur Beareri collected In yonr lection
SHIP vocn wim m::i:ct «o"silmiEliT".helarteit
boost In the World dealing delusively In NOIITH AHUUCAN RAW PUU
n reliable—Tfsponiiitilc—aa(e Par Bouse with an unblemished reputation c-iiatlnn for "more thnn a third olacentury." a Inn* suc-
CCTsfMlr«c*^-rl!*lf::.':i(!i::;:^^J^bhIppc^9p^ompt,SATISPACTORV
ANIM'UUPITAW.*.: returns. Write lor''Ih? *taW« aMf am.1'
tte Mly reliable, arairat a marfcnt report and price list publish**,
XFrttit for M-NOW-ir« FRUH
-    _.   _.   Write, lor H-NOW-ii'a FIIHB

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