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THE CRANBROOK HERALD
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VOLUME 18
CRANBROOK,   BRITISH COLUMBIA,
THURSDAY AUGUST 3rd, 1916
Li2«!L»lr. 4„Mi
NUMBER 31
CRANBROOK    HAS   THE   MINERALS   THAT   MAKE   THE   MONEY
Provincial Nominations
T. D. TAVEN AND OR. J. H. KINO ARE THE OPPOSING  CANDIDATE!**
IN THU CRANBROOK  KIDINH.
Nomination proceedings were very
quiet In Cranbrook to-day, only tbe
two parly nominations being made.
The flrst nomination made was that
of Thomas Donald Caven, railway conductor of Craubrook, proposed by [.ester Clapp, seconded by N, Hanson,
with Alfred (lay Smith, J. P. Fink and
A. J. liniment assenting to the nomination. A. J. Raiment has been named financial agent.
The second nomination was James
Horace King, physician of Cranbrook,
proposed by Charles Reginald Ward,
seconded by Joseph Jackson, with
Charles John Little, John Henry Hayes
and Thomas Summers assenting to the
nomination. A. R. Macdonald, financial agent.
Tbe Premier wlll hold a big public
meeting In Cranbrook on Friday next,
August llth.
FLMEI SHOW    ENO OF SECOID YEAR OF HO FINDS
The following are the polling places
for the Cranbrook riding: Sullivan
Mine, Kimberley, Marysville, Wycliffe,
Mission, Westport, Tata Creek, Mayook, Wardner, West Gateway, Kings-
gate, Yahk, Moyle, Wattsburg, ('ran.'and objects of interest gathered from
And Exhibition ol Women's Work hj
Ihe Women's Institute on
August 84th.
Tlio Women's Institute Flower Slltiw
and Exhibition of Women's Work will
be held in tlie Parish Hall on AllgllBl
84th, 1916. There wlll also bc un exhibition  stall of curios. Indian    work
ENEMY 11 MM 91 III MR
Wave Alter Wave of Armed Men and Avalanche of Shells Such
as the World ha> Never Before Seen are Bring Hurled
Against Forces o f Central Powers.
EVENTS OF THE VEAR ARE REVIEWED
brook.
For the Columbia riding Dr. Taylor
remains the unanlmoiiH choice of the
Conservatives. A public meeting will
be held in Athalmer Tuesday evening,
tbe 8th, to be addressed by Hon. W.
J. Bowser and Hon. R. I'\ Green.
In Fcrnie it will be a fight between
Thomas Uphill for the Conservatives
and Sherwood Herchlmcr for the Liberals.
In Kaslo R. J. Long la the unanimous choice of the Conservatives, John
Keen of the Liberals.
In Nelson Dr. Rose is the Conerva-
tlve candidate, A. Johnson the Liberal.
Automobile Association Ask Author*
(ties to Rigidly Enforce Npeedlng
Regulation*- Arrange tor
Big Picnic at Green
Bay.
At a meeting of the executive of the
Cranbrook and District Automobile Association held yesterday, arrangements
were made for a big basket picnic at
Green Bay on Wednesday next, as
stated elsewhere In these columns.
The matter of arranging tor boats
dressing tents, hot water, etc, has been
provided for. Parties will be expected
to bring a basket with their own eatables.
The meeting also instructed the
Secretary to arrange to have Blgns
erected at the Alberta-B. C. boundary
and at Kingsgate and Port Hill marked "Turn to the Left" for the Instruction of tourists entering the province
Several accidents bave occurred lately
through drivers not being familiar
with the B. C. practice of turning to
the left, all tlie otlier provinces and
states turning to tbe right, and* these
sign-boards wlll give the tourist a little warning. The Secretary will also
arrange for a sign on the Wattsburg
road leading out of the city.
The dangerous habit of some drivers
In exceeding tbe speed limits also
came In for strong condemnation at
the bands of the meeting, and a reaolutlon «ru carried that the Assoelatlob
ask the different provincial and police
authorities to warn motor car owners
that the speed by-law would be rig-
Idly enforced owing to the many complaints received ot reckless driving.
WOMEN'S INHTHTTE
The regular monthly meeting of the
Women's Institute held at the Maple
Hall on Tuesday proved a very busy
one preparing for the Flower Show and
Exhibition of Women's Work to take
place on August 24th, at the Parish
Hall. No efforts are bolng spared to
make the occasion a huge success and
as the proceeds are being devoted to
Red Cross Work It Is hoped the show
wlll bo well patronized. The arrangement* are now complete and
prize list wlll be found in this Issue
together wtth full details.
Mesdames J. F. Smith and W. H.
Brown have kindly consented to take
charge of a stall for antiques and relics. This ts not a competitive feature
but was Introduced to enhance the
Interest of the show and the committee
will appreciate any offer of curious
or relics of any kind for that day.
The articles wlll be called for, If desired by the owner, and great care and
watohfnlness wlll be given them.
Subsequent to the appointment of the
several commlttles a demonstration on
Gelatine and Its uses was given by
Mrs. J. W. Burton who had some Interesting, appetizing and attractive
dishes at hand. Recipes were given
and the Jellies handed round with the
refreshments.
Nominations were made for delegates to attend tbe annual conference
of Kootenay Women's Institutes at
Nelson tn September and Mesdames J.
F. Smith and R. Palmer were selected.
Mrs Carter contributed a pianoforte
solo and accompanied (tlio singing
while Mrs. Russel rendered a solo
The usual good attendance was maintained and severnl new members Join-
FIDE II WW CHURCH
Does Considerable Damage to Vestry
and Contents Rut flood Work
of Fire Brigade Keeps Blaste
From Spreading
Early Monday morning flre broke
out In the vestry of St. Mary's Catholic
Church, causing a loss of probably
$800, which Is covered by Insurance.
The cause of the flre Is unknown.
The flre was flrst noticed by Mr.
MeGlnnis, one of Mr. Worden's employees, about five o'clock, when he
saw smoke coming out of the vestry
window. He promptly turned In tlie
alarm. By this_tinie smoke was Issuing quite freely from the belfry at
the opposite end of the church. The
firemen quickly responded and It Is
only due to their promptness that no
greater damage was done, the blaze
being completely extinguished in a-
bout half an hour.
It is estimated the damage will not
exceed $800. The vestry was pretty
well gutted, the woodwork and furniture being practically a total loss.
Several Bets of costly vestments, some
of the altar linen, and the altar boys'
robes were completely burned, and the
vestments and altar linen not burned were badly damaged by smoke and
water. Some of the church plate,
Including several beautiful candalabra
and a silver chalice, were melted by
tho Intense heat. The menstrance was
saved although slightly damaged at the
top. The body of the church was untouched by the flames though the
statues and decorations were slightly
discolored by the smoke.
The origin of the flre is unknown.
When tho firemen arrived they found
all the doors locked, and It is supposed that either a spark from the Incense burner or a match fell on the
carpet the previous evening, when
Benedlcltlon was held In the church,
and smoldered away all night. Mrs.
Egan waa in the church at nine the
previous evening but noticed nothing
wrong at that time.
The flre brigade wish to express
their thanks for the generous donation from the church In appreciation
of their services.
EXAM. RES! ITS CORRECTION
We are Informed that there were two
candidates from the Jaffray School
who wero successful In passing their
entrance exams., Jean S. Hunter with
a mark of r.71 and Gordon M. Jewell
who obtained SIN.
KOOTKNAV CENTRAL TO HEOl'EN
It Is expected that the first through
train from Golden to Colvalll on the
Kootenay Central will get through tomorrow, Friday. A regular service
has been maintained between Golden
and Athalmer, but since the floods no
trains have been run this side of Athalmer. The road Is now almost In shape
again and the latest word In that the
first train will hi* through to-morrow.
Tlie track on the Kimberley branch
has now been completed to the tipple
from the mine, and direct shipments
will be commenced again.
By Auto from Vancouver to Calgary
On July 3rd, Mr. H. D. White, president of the Vancouver Auto Clnb,
left Vancouver wltll a party In his large automobile, and travelled by road
to Calgary, reaching there on the llth. The following table showing the
route, number of miles, running time, gas used, price, oil used, will be of
Interest to autolsts, and was supplied the Cranbrook Automobile Association
by Mr. White:—
many a different clime under the su|i
arvlslOD of Mesdames J. T. Smith and
W. H. Brown. Afternoon tea and loe
cream will be served, also a dance
will tako place In the evening. The
following Is the prize list for Institute members only:
Class I
o    o
1 White bread, 2 loaves  r>0   26
2 Whole Wheat bread, 2 loaves BO   'li.
3 Buns. 6  50   20
4 Tea biscuits, 6   60   36
6 Layer Cake, white (Iced) ... 50
G Ginger cake  5(1
7 Fruit cake   50
8 Cookies, 1 dozen  50
9 Tarts,  6  50
10 Doughnuts, 6  50
11 Pie, Lemon 5  50
12 Pie, Custard   50
13 Pie, Pumpkin  50
14 Pie, Apple   60
16 Collection of Fruits 4 var
ieties pints or quarts ... 75
18 Collection of Jelly, 4 var. .. 75
17 Collection ot pickles, 4 var. 75
18 Butter, 3 lbs 75
19 Eggs, % dozen  60
20 Collection vegetables, 6 var. 75
21 Sweet Peas, 12 blooms of six
varieties   50
22 Pansles, best collection ... 60
23 Best collection Cut Flowers 50
24 Best Fern, 1 or more  50
25 Best Foliage Plant 1 or more 50
26 Best Begonia, 1 or more .. 50
27 Geraniums, not less than 3 50
28 Best col. House Plants .. 1st 2nd
29 Best col. Wild Flowers gathered and arranged by Children of members of Institute 1st 2nd
& 3rd
The prizes for the last two are donated by tho Dept. of Agriculture   nt
Victoria.
Class i
1 Embroidery, w. linen, solid 50   2b
2 Embroidery In  white linen
eyelet  50   26
3 Embroidered towels, 2 .... 50   26
4 Drawn Thread work  50   2:.
5 Silk embroidery on linen .. 50   25
6 Collar £ Cuffs embroidered. 60   25
7 Tea Cloth embroidered .... 50 25
8 Pillow cases, 2 embroidered 50   25
9 Best display of crochet work
wool  60 25
10 Embroidered sofa cushions 2 50   25
11 Best display of knitting In
wool     50   25
12 Best display of smocking or
Honeycombing   50   26
13 Painting on material  50   2b
14 Tatting cotton   50   26
16 Embroidered tea cosey — 50   2r>
An admission fee of 10 cents will be
charged from 2.30 till 8 o'clock, after
eight o'clock the fee will bc 25 cents.
The proceeds wlll be used for Red
Cross work.
LETTERS TD THE
(We do not hold ourselves responsible for opinions expressed by correspondents.)
The Editor, Herald.
Dear Sir:—The letter from "The
Mother ot a Boy" appearing in your
last Issue Illustrates the readiness
with which anonymity lends Itself to
wholly unmerited attack and to the
exhibition of a false sentimentality
which the lady would never entertain If she had Informed herself of
the facts leading to the sending ot
the boy In question, not to prison, but
to a reformatory achool under government supervision.
One fact in connection with the
trial of this unfortunate boy may be
mentioned. He was asked why other
boys of his age did not indulge In
the crimes with which he was charged? He answered, "They are not
smart enough". Such a horribly cynical answer from one so young proves
the utter perversion of his moral
sense and the necessity of discipline
and training being applied In his case.
That fact, and all tbe other facts—
and tbey were many and grave—were
before the County Court Judge, himself the father of a family and a man
of wide experience both as counsel
and as Judge in dealing with juvenile offences. Then, because he, after
weighing and considering all these
facts, decides to send the lad for four
years to a reformatory boarding
school where he will be properly disciplined, educated and taught the stern
lesson that the way of the transgressor Is hard, the people of Cranbrook
are asked to make a pack of fools ot
themselves at the Invitation of "The
Mother of a Boy" who, If she knew
the facts, would no more permit the
boy of whom she Is the mother to associate with the object ot her pity and
sentiment, than she would cut her
hand off.
Yours truly,
JOSEPH RYAN.
The second year of the world war
closes with the "Buttle of Europe'*
concerted effort of the Allies on three
fronts to crush the Central Powers,
which has developed Into a titanic
struggle before which superlatives, already exhausted, are completely beggared.
France und (ireat Britain In the
wesl, Russia in the east, Italy In the
south are hurling wave after wave of
armed men on the Teutonic lines, together with un avalanche of shells and
bombs such as the world has not
known up to the present time. For
the first time the Teutons are, temporarily at least, on the defensive on the
thousands of miles of the existing
battle fronts.
Tho change In tho situation which
the year has brought ls striking, although the results so far have been
more potential and spectacular than
radical. A year ago the Germans, continuing their great drive against the
Russians, hurled the Slavs back along
the entire eastern front, captured
Warsaw, the great fortress of Knovo,
Novo Geogievsk and*Brest?Lltovsk and
established lines far Inside Russian
territory which they maintained virtually unbroken until within the last
three months. They seized all Poland,
a great slice of Russia to the south ot
that country and all but expelled the
Invaders from Gallcla and Bukowlna.
Field Marshals von Hlndenburg and
von Mackcnsen wcre the heroes of
theso great successes,
On the western front the changes in
position during the year were compar*
atlvely small but the twelve months
were marked by three events of Interest: The-battles of Champagne and
Verdun and tho opening of the great
Franco-British offensive on the Homme
took place In this period.
Battle of Champagne
The battle of Champagne opened on
September 25, after a week's terrific
bombardment of the German Hues b>
the French, British and Belgians. In
a week of the bloodiest fighting that
had been known up to that time the
Allies announced that they had taken
20 miles of trenches, six towns and
211,000 prisoners. But there they halted. They could not break through
the mighty German wall and the grim
deadlock which marked the western
front for so many months was resumed. This period marked the removal
of Sir John French, the British Commander-in-Chief from the beginning of
the war up to that time, In December, 1915, ft was announced that he
had resigned to take a home command
und Sir Douglas Halg was appointed
liis successor.
In sheer human interest the battle
of Verdun probably surpassed all
other individual events of the war. On
February 23 the German Crown Prince
began his assault of the historic
French fortress, known throughout
muny centuries as the gateway to
France. For five months the defenders
withstood a storm at the fury of which
the world stood aghast. Foot by foot,
almost Inch by inch, the Germans
forged forward, with a reckless disregard ot their lives a tenacity and cool
courage whicli was only equalled by
the heroic determination of the French.
On July 3 an unofficial estimate of the
German losses at Verdun placed the
total at the appallng figure of 450,000.
Tlie assailants fought their way to
within about three and a half miles
of the fortress but for several weeks
have reported no further progress and
the force of their attacks appears to
bave lessened.
(To be Continued Next Week)
Don't swear, It sounds bad, let the
Herajd do your next printing and end
your trouble.
Word has been received by his parents here of the death of Private P,
Cahlll. from wounds received In action
ou Juue 10th.
Mr. D. C. Corbln, President of the
Spokane International, passed through
Cranbrook on Tuesday In his private
car Moyie on his way to Corbln, where
he has large coat Interests. He returned Thursday.
Miss Morton left on Tuesday for hei
home In Kingston, Ont. Miss Morton
wlll be much missed having made
many friends In the city during Iiei
visit with her brother, Mr. W. G.
Morton. Miss Morton was „ an active
member tn the Methodist Church, also
a member of the choir. A number of
friends were at tlie station to see
her off, and all Wcre very sorry tt,
lose her.
Word has been received of tbe death
of Mrs. h, B. Lyman at Port Huron
on July 30th. No particulars are to
hand, the Information having been
contained- In a telegram from a son,
Is. B. Lyman, who was called East a
short time ago on account of the ser
ious Illness of his mother. Mrs. Lyman
left Cranbrook over a year ago on
account of til-health, after a residence
of nine years here.
BELGIAN RELIEF DONATIONS
Previously acknowledged $254.85; E.
B. Offln $3.00, Mrs. J. Rothwell, Wardner $1.00; total $258.85.
NEW DISTRICT NI.MBER
From a railroad point of view this
district has been known aa District
No. 5 Alberta Division In railroad circles up till August 1st Effective August 1st it has been changed to District
No. 4, British Columbia Division. The
General Superintendent at Vancouver
wlll have charge now Instead ot the
General Superintendent at Calgary.
A. E. Watts
Refutes Untruths
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Winter (Worts lor Moth Battalion
Mrs. T. T. Mecredy has now received a consignment of Wool and Knitting
Needles and is prepared to distribute
same on application for samo at her
resldenco or Mr. Mccredy's ohlce.
('AMI  OF THANKS
Mrs. Stennett wishes to thank the
many friends for their kindness to
her durllng her recent Illness at the
Hospital and particularly the Masonic
lodge* for their floral remembrances.
The  following  letter from A. K.
Watts to the Vancouver Sun Is self
.xplanntory:—
To the Editor, the Vancouver Sun :—
Sir—four dl I* 'lc: inrft-ruondent under date of July 26th, reports and yon
publish amongst other untruths that:
"A. E. Watts of Wattsburg, who was
the unanimous choice of the Conservative Association had 'sold out' his
wing of the party; that he had visited
thc Premier at Possland to cinch the
nomination; that at this meeting Mr.
Watts made a statement which should
forever condemn him by the Intelligent
electorate of British Columbia. He
stated thnt lie had a document to read
from the Premier and asked any liberals present to withdraw. His language, It Is said, was disgraceful with
reference to liberals. When a man
stoops to this he should be locked up
for snfe keeping. There ls a place for
mon of this calibre and that place Is In
Jail.
"It Is known that the Premier held
out Inducement for hlm to retire from
the Cranbrook light, and he will be the
enndidate In the Columbia riding taking the place of the nominee of that
riding Mr. Taylor, who has enlisted
for active service. Mr. Gordon, Government organizer, has gone to Columbia to pave the way ot his being
received."
Now, Mr. Editor, I wish to point out
that your local correspondent habitually reports falsehoods aa tacts, and
these being published by great Jour,
nals like yours Is more damaging to
thc publishers than to the victims.
Your correspondent sent out the same
malicious report to other liberal Journals which censored or cut out the
virulent portion, being aware of tho
bitter personal animus your correspondent cherishes against me.
Having published the report now
please read the facts:—At the meeting
In question I said that a report wu
current thnt I was to bo the candidate
for the Columbia riding, and explain
ed that Dr. Taylor, who had joined the
Army Medical Service Corps and waa
now at Salonika, waa tho nominee;
A BITTER PERSONAL ATTACK ON THE   WATTSBURG   POLITICIAN
CALLS FORTH STRONG REPLY
that prior to the Doctor leaving tor
the front, I had volunteered to assist
him during bis absence, that this had
the approval of the Premier. At tbe
meeting in question I delivered no attacks on the liberals; on tbe other
hand as President of the District Conservative Press, 1 have advised a policy of refraining from "mud slinging
of any kind, and that policy has the
approval of the Directors, who agree
that "mud stingers" ot the venomous
kind should have no place either a-
mongst decent liberals or conservatives; fair criticisms we invite, proofs
of wrong doing we bave asked for.
The public are both Judge and Jury;
assertions, Innuendo, vilification are
not evidence, 96 per cent ot the human family are endowed with a keen
sense of Justice and deeply resent re
palled charge of "base corruption", especially when not a shadow of proof
by evidence is forthcoming.
It should be borne In mind that Intelligent people soon grow weary and
Ick of political "mud sllngers" and
that history shows that few attain
power through that medium. Real
statesmen never lose their dignity by
resorting to such disgraceful tactics.
Tbe people cannot prosper on political "mud" filth and destruction, what
they went Is constructive ability In
the management of public business.
Legislators who enact improved laws
far In advance of any other state or
province, are entrenched in a commanding position of dignity that cannot be successfully assailed by professional "mud sllngers" and natural
"gas artists "—no matter how foul or
polonous the gas generators may belt ls an evidence of puerils incapacity
gone mad with the desire to control
the emoluments attached to power.
Yours truly,
A. B. WATTS.
Wattsburg, R. 0, 2nd Aug.. till
McCreery Bros.
NEW CORSETS
Just received, in 005SARDS and the D & A.
Many New Models to choose from.
$1.00 to $8.00
Brassieres
Made of allover Embroidery, fine Cambric trimmed with Lace and Embroidery all sizes.
75 C to S/.50
E
Summer Muslins
Very pretty Muslins, Crepes.Volles and Mulls
in Floral and Stripe designs.
30C y<*- and up
McCreery Bros.
Craabroak's Dry Goods and Clothin*. Stores
When Buying Furniture
Vou want the best value you can «el for jour money.
We have a eomplete stork in every line and can offer you
prices away below present value.
See oar—
Iron Bedsteads
Plain, Fancy, Ornamental and Useful. Nothing is more
satisfactory than a good Iron or Brass Bed. We have
them at all prices.
Norbury
c. c. s.
Avenue
Prescription Service
Ne store ran give jou * better PRESCRIPTION SERVICE than
ours ud there Is ao ».«■ la paylar more thai we rbanrr for pulling
up yonr medleInea.
He nse only the ERESHEST, Pl'REST INGREDIENTS anil giie
yog narllj what year Preserlptina call. for. No one ran do heller
than that.
LET  IN   FILL   VIII K  PRESCRIPTIONS
Cranbrook  Drug &  Book Co.
W. J. ATI HISON, MANAIiEK
PHONE   74
Local Fruit
Preserving Raspberries
Now $2. 25 and $2. 50, a Crate.
Buy Now—Never Cheaper.
Red Currants—Local
Twenty-Four Boxes$1. 50a Case.
Cranbrook Trading Co., Ltd. PAGE TWO
THB CRANBROOK HERALD
THURSDAY AUGUST 3rd, 1916
When the palate
craves for something
different in chewing
gum—fortheluscious
tang of mellow fruit
flavors
ADAMS'
TUTTI FRUTT1
GUM
For
is what you need,
thirty-five years preferred by those who
know chewing gum
goodness. Now it comes
in the new, convenient
package; each of the
five sticks wrapped in wax-
paper and tinfoil. Yonr dealer
has Tutti Frutti in lh. new
package and In any of five
mellow flavors.
ORIGINATORS
tnsSI*e**nAAUA*im&l4€o>
MAGIL«"DTHE
BAKINOLABEL
Cum POWDER!
DISTRICT NEWS
THE CIUNBROOK HKKALD
Issued   Weekly   by   The   Cranbrook
Herald, Limited.
T. H. E»Tt Editor and Manager
Cranbrook, B. C, AngUHt »rd, 101(1
A STRAIGHT PARTY FIWIT
The election In Cranbrook will be a
straight party fight between Dr. J. H.
King, Liberal, and Mr, T. D. Caven,
Conservative, the tliird nominee, A. E.
Watts of Wattsburg, having fallen In
line with tho party ticket. Both Mr.
Caven and Dr. King, are too well-
known to need any introduction, and
tho contest though keen and bard-
fought wlll be kept free of personalities.
Mr. Coven, tbe Conservative standard-bearer, has behind blm the record
of eight years in the house as member for Craubrook, and thougli not a
parliamentary speechmaker has been
singularly successful in obtaining appropriations for Ills district. As a supporter of the progressive and businesslike administration of the Bowser government he has a platform upon which
he can appeal for support in thc full
knowledge tliat the government bas
proven itself worthy, and that in spite
of the most searching Investigations
which tho opposition could make nothing disced!table to the government
could be found. The government lias
done much ln the past for tlie public
weal, and will do much more in thc
future. During the last parliament
nearly one hundred acts and amendments acts were placed on tlie statute
hooks, and thc only one of theso whicli
tlio Liberal opposition seriously questioned waB that to aid the Pacific
Great Eastern Railway Company, and
this a controversial matter with many
strong arguments ln favor of the government.
To change a government such as we
havo enjoyed lately for a Liberal Gov-
rnment composed, even In part of
men on their defence for the Vancouver plugging operations would be a
catastrophe Indeed. The way to avoid
that ls to voto for tbe Conservative
candidate.
PERRY   CREEK
Mr. Hill and family and Mr. Armstrong and family of Lethbridge, who
huve bt'i-ii touring the country in their
big car, spent several days at Perry
Creek. On Thursday tliey went to
the falls, going as fur as the mill in
their car.
Jack Held, tlie road supervisor, vls-
Ited Perry Creek on Thursday inspecting tho work being done. He was ac-
companled by his fumily.
Mr. B. MoMann has a string of pack
horses packing supplies to his properties, Mr. Vim Orodall is in charge of
tlie work being done on their claims.
Mr. H. Johnson spent Sunday ac
Perry Creek.
Mr. A. Hurge und wife of Loco spent
tlio week-end at tho liotel having u
good time fishing. Among the catch
was a two pounder—and then some
Tliey will return to Loco on Sunday
wliere Mr. Burge will resume Ills duties.
Miss II. Oman was a Sunday visitor
at Perry Creek,
H. Mills camo up to Perry Creek
with a load of men to work ou the
Government road. The bridge is now
complete across tlio Saw Mill Creek.
The piling around tho grave of Mr.
Perry, the discover of gold on Perry
Creek, is rolling uway. It seems as if
those graves should be preserved and
caro taken of them. The pilings are
of whip sawed stuff and put together
wltli wooden pegs, showing that there
wus a great deul of labor und time
spent in preparing tliem. The people
who did the work must liave thought
a groat deul of Perry and it seems a
sliumu thut those old timers should
be so forgotten as to let tlieir resting
place go Into decay. There are two
other graves, but we do not know their
names, perhaps some old timer from
Kort Steele may know. Tlieir names
should he secured If possible. These
graves ure on the south west corner
of Mrs. Burges' 160 acres which tha
Hotel stands on, about a quarter mile
from tho house on the second bench.
It is a beautiful spot but should be
cleared of underbrush and a fence put
up to protect it from stock and something to mark the graves, if only of
rough stones engraved witli their
names. A few years ago Mr. Deane,
of the Herald, made a visit to Perry
Creek und visited those graves. He
tried to get tlie people or government
to take some action In the matter but
it was finally dropped. The late
■storms liave made it seem necessary
for something to be done if we wish to
preserve the piling ns tliey are in their
original form.
A COMPARISON
(Buffalo  Express)
The pay of the private soldier In
tho Canadian army ls $33 a month,
clothing, food, etc., being furnished
by the government, as in all other
armies. Tho pay of tbe private soldier in the United States army is
|1!> a month.
Think of It! Canada pays her soldiers $18 a montii more than tlie
United States pnya its soldiers—con*
siderably more than double. Yet
Canada Is a comparatively small and
poor country. Moreover, Canada has
enlisted upwards lof 300,000 men-
more than double the total regulars
and guardsmen In the service of the
United States.
TIIE RUSSIAN LLOYD-GEORGE
(Detroit News)
Who Is the great man responsible
for the reorganization of Russia? That
there Is such a man ls startllngiy ap
parent but tho press despatches liave
concealed his Identity. Tliey have recited the marvellous results of his
work—the recruiting of a vast army,
the manufacture and assembly of an
Immense supply of arms and munitions, tho creation of a new morale
and a splendid series of victories, first
In Asia, then In Europe—but they have
not told how bo did It, or Who he Is.
It Is Just about a year ago that
the allied German and Austrlans succeeded In driving the badly-armed
Russian troops far Into tbeir own
country, after the repulse of their first
rush Into East Prussia and the replacing ot the "z" whicli tbey had knocked
out of Pretemysl. Tho Russians retired not so much because the central
powers had the better men, but be
cause the Germans and Austrlans were
better provided with arms and ammunition. The winter passed with the armies at a standstill. Suddenly, before
the snow was out of the passes, as
tnnlshlng news of Russian advances ln
the Caucasus was beard. It waB followed, a few months later, by word
that new, well-equipped armies were
hurling back the Austrlans. At the
same time, Russian soldiers were landed In Marseilles to asslt tbe French
In relstlng the attack on Verdun.
In the 18 months between the outbreak of hostilities and the beginning
of this spring's campaign, the Russian
offensive, after being checked disastrously, and overwhelmed, In the opinion of its antagonists, was renewed,
remade, recreated. British money,
doubtless, had some part in the procedure; Japanese munition factories
have probably been running night and
day and few except munition trains
liave passed over tlio Trans-SI ber lun
railway. But behind all this co-ordinate activity there must have been the
guiding mind of a genius of organization. Wbo Is this Lloyd-George of
Russia? The world would like to
bear his name.
Nellio Watklus of South Alberta. The
girls reported a very enjoyable time.
Road Supt. J. Reid visited Matthew
Crock on Friday where the work of
building a new bridge und a mile or
so of new road Is going on apace. It
will be only the matter of a few days
when tlie St. Marys Lake country will
again bo open to vehicular traffic. The
new road will be via Lund's Mill.
The recent hot wave has caused
quite a rush to the Lottie Lake where
bathing is freely indulged in.
THE KALISPEIX ROFND.UP
The modern up-to-date Round-Up is
ono of the most fascinating and popular shows offered to the public,
Kallspell, Montana, has entered the
list of enterprising towns In the Northwest that is offering sucli an attraction to the people. Tlie purses and
prizes aggregating thousands of dollars will attract some of tlie finest
array of talent that lias entered the
arena of a wild west show.
Tlie Kallspell attraction wlll consist of a day show held on the County
Fair Grounds, and a night show Illustrating the early days of the old frontier town of Dcmcrsvillc, Montana.
Demorsvllle was the one typical frontier town a quarter of a century ago,
located on the Flathead River ami was
the distributing point for the Great
Northern during its construction thru
the Rocky Mountains. It was the resort for the worst characters, as well
as tlio home of some of the best and
bravest people on earth. Many of tlie
frontier scenes and occurrences ot
those early duys will be ucted by
western men who lived In tlie old town
The big day shows for three daya.
August 16, 17 und 18, and will be
one of tiie biggest wild west features
ever staged in the Northwest.
Already tlie best show contestants
witli strings of thoroughbred race horses are arriving getting ready for the
big relay races. Programs of the
Round-Up have been mailed to 250
contestants throughout the entire
Northwest and South. Tlie -program
Is large and varied ond tlie purses and
prizes large enough to invite the best
talent In tlie country.
Tbe County Fair Commission is making some big improvements ut the
County Fair Grounds, putting on an
addition to the grandstand, besides
building bleachers that will In all accommodate approximately 6,000 people. Ample accommodations will be
made to bundle from 16,000 to 20,000
people lu Kallspell.
The great object of tlie Executive
Committee will be to put on the best
Round-Up program yet offered to tlie
people of tlie Northwest.
XARVHVII-LK
Tommy Summers, the genial merchant at Kimberley, pulled up at the
Central Hotel ou Saturday night at the
wheel of his 1016 Model Ford.
Tlie Misses Madge and Dot Keer entertained a party of friends to a picnic at tlie Falls on Friday. There
were present Mrs. N. W. Burdett and
daughters Winnie and Mildred, Mrs.
li. Jumes, Misses R. Lundin and E.
Mellor.
Charlie Waterman of Wycliffe spent
a couple of days In town this week.
A party of tourists from Lethbridge
spent a few days fishing at Matthew
Creek this week.
It is now possible to get a team
through to the lake, the bridge at
Matthew Creek being near completion,
Miss Edith Mellor spent Monday tht
guest of Mtss Francis Chalmlck at the
Wycliffe Hotel.
Mrs. G. Tibbett and daughter Ruth
were Crnnbrook visitors on Thursday
last.
V.. Hawkes left on Thursday for tbe
Boundary.
Goldle Hodgson cume In from tiie
Perry Creek gold diggings on Friday
In order to do his assessment work.
Ills property is situated on tlid upper
St. Marys.
James Angus wus here from tiie
Mines at Perry Creek on Friday looking for men but found everyone ein-
l*luycd, to his surprise.
Warren Keer visited Cranbrook on
Wednesday und wus the guest of Conductor Hall.
H. Bnnfleld and party of OtUwa,
geological surveyors, cume In on Friday and started out for Ylmlr. Mr.
Hunflcld will Ik; iu charge, Dr. Sch.v
lleld having enlisted for overseas service,
Edgur Hnndly visited Cranbrook on
Friday.
B. Lundin who has taken over the
Hodgson rancli Is busy haying and
berry picking, and tbey are sure some
berries.
W. Gnrhutt of Jerome was visiting
hore on Monday.
E. Hill, J. P., and party of Cranbrook were visiting at. the Falls on
Friday. *
Simon Taylor, manager of the Tay-'
lor Lumber Co., motored through to
Kimberley on Friday.
Charlie and Billie Evans left on
Wednesduy for their mining camp
which Is situated on White Flsli Creek.
This property Is tho largest low grade
silver lead mine on the St. Mnrys and
second only to the Sullivan.
Miss E. Mellor entertained a party
of young girls on Wednesday, It being
tlio occasion of her birthday. Those
present were: the Misses Madge and
Dot Keer, Ranka Lundin, Ruth and
Olive Rlxon of Marysville, Ivy Bidder
of Cranbrook, Francis Chalmlck and
Doris Staples of Wycliffe, Bessie and
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Corporation of the City of Cranbrook
Notice of Tax Sale
NOTICE .S HEREBY GIVE I, mutuant to provisions ot the 'Municipal Act'
and Amending Acts, and of a resolution of ths Municipal Council of the
Corporation of the City ot Cranbrook, passed on ths 9th day of February,
l»lli, I will, on Monday the 21st day ot August, A. D., 1916, at 10 o'clock
(local time) In the forenoon at the Municipal Building, Norbury Avenue,
Cranbrook, B. C, offer for sale by public auction, the lands, improvements
and real property, situate within the Municipality of the Corporation of the
City of Cranbrook, and hereinafter Bet forth, for delinquent taxes and subsequent taxes In arrears, remaining unpaid and payable to tlie Corporation
of tho City of Cranbrook, by tile persons or assessed owner hereinafter respectively set forth, and for Interest, costs, expenses and commlBlon, as
provided by the Municipal Act, lt the total amount due be not sooner paid.
Name uf AsHesaed I'ersoDH
Description of     Taxi's fc   Costa It  Total
Property Inter'st    I'uiu'sn    am't
block   lot plan due
mOHIO AT (.BEEN BAY
Craiilirvnk's New Summer Resort Will
he the Popular Benilmuux
Next Wednesday.
A big time ls being arranged for
Green Bay Wednesday afternoon next
so that everybody may become acquainted with Cranbrook's new summer resort. Thc affair will take the
form of a big basket picnic, and arrangements have been made to supply
plenty of hot water free to those who
want It. Bring plenty of eatables and
enjoy a pleasant outing. The Cranbrook Band will be in attendance and
provide music, while those who care
for boating and bathing will have
every facility provided for them.
Tents will bo erected to be used as
dressing rooms, and extra boats will
be brought from Moyie for the day.
Titers 'will be no lack of conveniences
and plenty of room for everyone, and
a cordial invitation is extended to
spend the afternoon enjoying the lake
breezes at this point, which is already becoming a popular resort for
Cranbrook citizens. A number of
families from tiie city now have their
camps at Green Bay, and several
others expect to go out this week.
Tho picnic will be under the auspices of tho Cranbrook and District
Automobile Association.
I. 0. I). E.   8tl'S.l!llT10>S
The I.O.D.E. beg to acknowledge the
following subscriptions to the supply
fund, June 19th' to July 25th:
Mrs. Christie $1, Mrs. McCreery fl,
Mrs. W. H. Wilson (1, Mrs. A. II Macdonald It; per Mrs. Paterson—Mrs. W.
J. Manley 60c, Mrs. Burgess i*r><\ Mrs.
B. Paterson 26c, Mrs. Miles 26c, Dr.
Miles 26e, Mrs. Attridge 26c. Mrs. Mcduffie 26c, Miss P. Clarke 10c; per
Mrs. King—Mrs. King 26c, Dr. MacKinnon 26c, Mrs. Reg. P. Johnson 50c,
J. Haslam nir, P. Murphy 10c, W.
Noble 10c, Methodist Udles' Aid Jin,
G. Henderson 85c: per MIbs Terrace-
Mr. Geo. Brown 25c, E. Stevens 25c, B.
Murgatroyd 35c, Jack and Dorothy
Brown 25c, Mrs McKowan $1, Mrs.
McBride 50c; per Mrs. Sarvis—Mrs.
J. H. Argue 10c, Mrs. G. M. Barney 10c,
Mrs. I. a. Roy 10c, Mrs. Q. B. Willis
10c, Mrs. Q. W. Johnson 26c, Mrs A.
A. Cameron 25c, Mrs. D. Campbell 25c;
per Mrs. Drake—Mr. T. Roberts 75c,
Mrs. P. R. MorrlB 30c, a friend 76c,
Mr. N. Gardiner 11.50, Miss Klmpton
SOc, Mrs. Dupont 30c, Mrs. R. Clarke
30c, Mrs. I. M Coults 50c, Judge Ryan
60c, Miss Symes 10c; per Mrs. White -
Mrs. Shields 20c, Mrs. Frank Thomson tl, Mrs. Ingham 25c, MrB. Card 25c
Mrs. Sainsbury 15c, Mrs. Bcrklc 25c,
Mrs. Johns 15c, Mrs. Askey 25c, Mrs.
Haley 10c, MrB. Malone 25c, Mrs. Eley
10c, Mrs. Joe Palmer 10c, Mrs. Geo.
Muir 25c, Mrs. Palment *>1, Mrs. Sneers
25c, MIbs D. McCallum 50c, Mrs. White
26c, Douglas Russel 30c, Billy Taylor
10c, Jimmy Taylor 10c, Edward White
10c; per Mrs Little—26c, Mrs. I. n.
Henderson 25c, Mrs. L. Clapp 25c, 3.
M. Roberts 76c, P. Topliam 30c, Total
$35.10.	
Farmers selling eggs as well as retailers are warned tliat tho InBitectors
appnlnted to enforce tlle Kgg Mark
Act are visiting all parts of tho provlneo.
Russell, Richard W  19
Mallanduinc, E  19
Freak, Anna 0  19
Geldzlnskl, J. St. J  29
HI well, Edward    21
Klwell, Agnes   21
McVittie, Mrs. H. H  21
Elwell  Edward     21
Elwell Agnes   21
Ward, Liia M  22
Ward, Arthur S  22
Morris, Alice G  22
Robinson, S. J  23
The W. R. Brock Co., Ltd. ... 23
Laldlaw, W. D. & Reid, John . 23
Jones, T. G  23
Salmon,  A  24
Brown, Margaret F.   26
Murray Charlotte   25
Phillips, T. C  26
Leask, George R  26
Leask, Laura   26
Callahan, Mary    26
Campbell, J. F.     26
Baxter,  Isaac     26
McClure,  N.  M  27
Waller, Archie    27
Lezert, E. A  27
Hall, Watson S  27
Murray, J. D  28
Myers, J. P  28
Baldwin, D. H  28
Hewson & Baldwin  29
Watson, David   29
Merrington, J. C  29
Moore, Peromelia   39
Clingan, P. W  39
Moore, Permella    30
Johnson, W. F.    30
McLean, J. H  30
Bent, Mrs. E  31
Baldwin, S  31
Canadian Bank of Commerce . 31
Griffin, J  31
Cooper, E. T  32
Baldwin 8  32
Murphy, M  32
Davis, R. P.   32
PriBlni, U  33
Klllins, R. W  33
McNeill, R. 8  33
McDonald & Nisbet   33
Baldwin, 8  33
McNeill, R. 8  33
Schelri, N. & M  33
McLean, A. L  34
McLean, A. L  34
McLean, A. L.   34
Beatty, W. R  34
McQuestlon, M  35
Howard, J. C.   36
Ritchie, Geo  35
Oliver, 8  35
Smith,  Frankle     36
Estes,  H  36
Charlie Wing, et al   30
Hill, E. M  30
Ito, T  36
Lee, Jim   36
l.ee Mah, Sim   36
Wing, Woo   36
Wong Gam & Lee How  36
Perry, J. P  36
Lezert, E. A  37
Kerrigan, James   37
Gill, T. 8  37
Welch, George   37
McLean, J. H  38
McLean, J. H  38
Shankland, A. ft A  38
Leask, George  39
Edmondson, R. W  39
Doyle, A  39
Leask, Laura    39
The W. R. Brock Co., Ltd. ... 40
Green, P. W  40
The W. R. Brock Co., Ltd. ... 42
Wilson, P, E  42
McEachern, M  43
Reid, John   85
Reid, John   86
Dixon, R  86
Matthews, Isabel C  87
Bowness, A. C  87
Dorllng, H  87
Chasee, J  87
Thompson, J  87
McFarlane, W. B  88
Darling, H  88
King, et al, & Manning, Jno ,. 88
laldlaw, J. T  88
Doran, W. P.   89
Kilby, W. W  89
The W. R. Brock Co., Ltd. ... 89
Chong Fong   89
Baldwin Bros  89
Leask, Geo. R  89
Leask, Geo. R  89
Roman Catholic Church   89
McLean, J. H  90
Campbell, J. P.   90
Hill, Mrs. E  90
Kilby, W. W  90
Mutheson, P  90
Small, E. H  90
Garrett, C. B. D  90
Johnson, D. J  91
Johnson, M. A  91
Ban Quan, Lillian   91
Sacco, P  91
Doyle, A  91
Doyle, A  91
Seymord, B  91
Elwell, Edward   92
Futa, T  92
Futa, T  92
Kwong, Yuen   92
Wong Fong   92
Chin Toy    92
Gum Lee Woo   92
Mah Yuen, Jlng   92
Ito, T  C
McLeod, Margaret  93
Hall, E  94
Morris, Estate of P. R  93
Handley, P  93
Van Decar, L. B  93
Armour, J., et al   94
Armour J  94
Kerr, M. L  93
Loverlng, J. L  94
Beatty, W. R  94
Beatty, W. R  95
Mah Chee ft Charlie Wing ... 96
Beatty, W. R  96
Pry,  Isaac    96
Roberts, J  96
Christian, T  96
Boyter, T. H  97
Willis, O. B  98
Swain, P  146
Booth, J. S  145
Bird, D. B. ft A. B  146
Rird, D. B  145
Paisley, E. J  145
Booth, J. S  146
Kilby, W. W  Ml
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145.06
289.80
163.60
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322.15
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193.95
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91.88
170.65
61.90
31.05
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73.90
61.05
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25.70
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35.60
64.80
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75.85
72.60
47.05
51.20
37.66
28.80
39.40
246.25
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83.85
61.60
46.25
68.25
42.60
86.45
72.65
31.40
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67.95
83.70
32.20
65.10
6.45
268.20
293.85
77.35
67.95
51.65
54.85
105.90
49.95
104.95
193.25
104.70
436.75
127.20
225.00
110.10
42.00
175.46
189.06
76.80
210.55
210.55
116.10
83.90
338.46
325.20
482.70
167.50
135.36
129.00
210.65
161.90
792.65
467.75
428.65
709.05
122.50
1469.36
174.00
146.16
177.36
257.85
122.60
226.65
80.95
67.95
93.65
299.15
136.40
267.70
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100.20
412.00
202.65
73.60
45.05
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90.25
315.00
464.85
167.60
106.45
316.00
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193.30
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136.45
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183.65
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7.45
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12.75
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6.50
11.70
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8.25
2.66
8.36
6.60
10.60
6.20
3.55
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7.50
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6.20
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5.70
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2.26
6.20
6.15
3.85
6.36
3.75
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6.80
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4.35
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6.20
4.66
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15.36
2.95
7.00
22.60
12.10
6.65
4.25
6.50
6.50
17.75
26.20
9.85
7.30
17.75
91.25
9.66
9.65
6.60
8.45
8.80
3.36
8.45
11.16
3.35
3.55
3.85
4.25
8.00
7.10
3.55
4.40
2.80
4.90
8.55
3.35
205.66
106.85
133.95
15.56
136.10
98.48
181.0b
67.10
34.00
15.6b
23.90
20.60
46.05
117.80
46.00
90.10
46.05
107.10
79.60
66.10
145.80
27.9b
90.10
67.95
40.9b
93.20
39.3b
59.55
89.90
81.65
78.20
61.40
65.76
41.55
32.25
43.35
260.56
29.60'
90.05
56.05
49.50
73.65
46.60
92.75
7S.1S
34.95
68.15
62.85
89.85
35.80
69.85
3.75
283.60
310.55
83.10
62.S5
50.20
59.60
113.16
64.45
112.15
204.90
111.96
460.55
135.55
238.25
117.60
46.10
186.20
200.50
82.66
223.05
223.05
122.86
90.10
357.36
343.46
608.80
167.35
144.10
137.45
223.05
161.50
834.25
482.60
462,03
740.50
130.60
1644.86
181.70
154.40
188.20
273.75
130.60
238.90
93.30
62.85
100.30
316.10
145.20
283.05
22.26
107.20
435.20
214.76
79.16
49.30
96.76
96.75
332.75
490.05
167.45
113.75
332.76
1876.86
202.96
202.95
96.56
137.46
146.25
29.90
137.45
194.70
29.90
34.80
40.35
49.35
128.65
109.46
36.00
52.90
18.96
62.75
36.00
29.20
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THE CRANBROOK HERALD
PAGE THREE)
Another selecttoa ot Steel Blue
single stone Diamonds, the popular engagement ring. Ve were
very fortunate in running across
In importer who needed the
money very bad. Spot cash
looked good to him and it
brought an extra 10 per cent
off, which Is- very unusual in
the purchase or DIAMONDS. If
you are Interested Ills loss wlll
be your gain, as we have those
priced at $76, $Hfi and $90 each,
and tliey aro exceptional valuo.
Act now.
W. H. WILSON
JKWKI.KB
8     PHONE    8
«K SUM, KXCM'SIVKI.Y
FRESH KILLED
MEATS
SPECIAL   IN    VEAL
This Week
Just luiuKht * Bunch ot Calves
and They are Handles
All Kinds ot* rooked Meats
CLEAN
WHOLESOME
DAINTV
APPETIZING
Cranbrook Neat
Market
Notice
Take notice that 60 days after date,
I intend to apply to the Minister of
Lands for a license to prospect for
Coal and Petroleum on the following
lands: Block 4693 East Kootenay, commencing at a post placed at the north
west corner of Lot 9826, thence south
80 chains, thence east 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
to place ot commencement
Dated thia 9th day ot May 1916.
FRANK DEZALL, Locator,
GEORGE BROWN, Agent.
TOWJi TOPICS
Kilby Frames Plcturea.
Book your passage to England
through Beale ft Elwell.
Wanted—By Beale & Elwell, 2 or 3
acres of land close to the city.
Safety Deposit Boxes to rent by
Beale & Elwell.
Beale & Elwell steamship agents for
White Star, American and other lines.
We aro carrying a full line of boots
and shoes.— Cranbrook Exchange,
Armstrong Ave.
Hev. Thos. Keyworth ls visiting tils
sister in Hamlota, Man.
Miss A. Maud Smith of Nelson is the
guest of her sister, Mrs. T. H. Kay.
Seo tho Iccless refrigerutor, posl- i
tlvoly guaranteed— F. Parka & Co.
Mr. anil Mrs. Martin McCreery and
little son returned on Saturday from
a short holiday ut tho Coast.
Hev. 1). N. Perley ot Fcrnie will take
tho morning and evening services at
thc Methodist Church next Sunday.
Mrs. Eager of Winnipeg, Man., is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wilson
for a short time.
Ford Canadian Monthly nt the Bex
Theatre, Friday and Saturday, August
Mil and ,",th.
Tho Rev. A. Sinclair of Manitoba
College, Winnipeg, will preach in
Knox Presbyterian Church on Sunday
August 6th.
Gasoline and OU at the Kootenay
Oarage.
The Rev. W. K. Thomson, pastor
of the Presbyterian Church iiere, will
preach at Elko, Jaffray and Wardner
on Sunday, August 6th.
Brigadier McLean of Vancouver is
coming to Cranbrook and will give a
lecture In the Salvation Army Hall on
Tuesday, August 16th.
Patmore Bros, are this week Installing a Round Oak Moist-Air heating
system in Mr. Hugh Brock's residence
on Hanvon Ave.
The Methodists have set the date for
their annual Church School Picnic for
Wednesday afternoon, August 23rd.
Please keep this date in mind.
Mrs. Norman Taylor of Golden, wife
of Dr. Taylor, Conservative candidate
in the Columbia riding, is the guest
of her sister, Mrs. M. A. Beate.
The ladles of the Baptist Mission
Circle wlll meet at the home of Mrs.
G. Bassett on Thursday, August 10th
at 3 p.m.
Ford Canadian Monthly at the Rex
Theatre, Friday aad Saturday, Aiia-int
9th and ith.
New Prices August 1,1916
The following prices lor Ford ears will
he effeetiir nn and after tug. lat, 1916
Chassis   .   ,   .
.   $450,00
Runabout    .   .
.     475.00
Touring Car
495.00
Coupelet    .    .
695.00
Town Car  .    .
780.00
Sedan    .    .    .
.     890.00
f. o. b. Ford. Ontario
Those prlcoB aro poaltivoly guaranteed ugatn.it nny reduction before AugUHt Ut, 1917, but thoro Ik no guarantee
againttt un  Advance In prloe nt any time.
The Hanson Garage
Cranbrook, B.C.
We wish to thank
you for the most
Successful Sale
ever held in the
City.
The Beattie Murphy Go. Ltd.
Stove Wood for Bale, quick delivery.
—Cranbrook Trading Co.
Anniversary services commemorating tiie second anniversary of tlie
declaration of war will be held to-morrow evening in front of the Government building.
A $2800 residence is being erected un
French Avenue for Mr. .T. K. Wilson
which will be completed in a couple
of weeks. It Ib a typical one-storey
California bungalow with attic
Ford Canadian Monthly at tbe Hex
Theatre, Friday and Saturday, August
.-.th and Mb.
All subscriptions to the Belgian Relief wlll be acknowledged through the
Cranbrook Herald. Subscriptions muy
be left at the Herald office or witli
Mrs. King.
S|H*<-ial Services will he held in
Christ Church Friday the 4th of August lo commemorate tiie unnlversary
of the war. These will be: 8.00 a.m.
Holy Communion, 10 a.m. Service of
Penitanoe and Thanksgiving.
We are carrying a full Ihu- of boots
and shoeB.— Cranbrook Exchange,
Armatrong Ave.
Mr. John Taylor of Kimberley was
ln tho city ou Tuesday on his way
hack from Croat Falls, Mont., where
he attended the Miners' Convention
there.
A general meeting of the Young
Conservative Association will be held
In Clapp's Hall this Thursday evening, commencing at 8 o'clock. A cordial Invitation Ib extended to all Conservatives to be present.
Gasoline and 011 at the Kootenay
Garage.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter McPherson and
.daughter Helen, of Winnipeg, and Mrs,
McPherson'B Bister, MIbs Effle Toye of
Boston, are the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Wilson. Miss Toye is the
leading lady In the Princess Patricia
Stock Co. of Boston.
Mrs. Banwell left on Tuesday to join
Mr. Selwyn Banwell at Victoria, where
they wlll reside in future. She was
accompanied by Mrs. Gordon Mecredy
and child who will remain with her
while Sergt. Mecredy Is away on military duty.
(ADV.)
New apples now in, 10c lb.-
brook Trading Co.
-Cran-
Mr. E. W. Wtddowson of Nelson has
been a visitor in the city during the
past week. Mr. Widdowson has been
endeavoring to enlist for overseas service but though he has made several
applications has each time been turned down on account of medical unfitness.
"D." Co. 107th will parade on Monday 7th under command of Major
Mallandaine, O. C. the regiment. All
members of the company are requested to attend. By request there will
be a meeting of the members of the
company after drill at the City Hall,
(signed C. O. Staples, OC.
Kilby repairs umbrellas and sunshades.
Next Tuesday night Key City I^odge
I. O. O. F. will receive an official visit
from the Grand Master for the Province, Mr. Brown, accompanied by
Deputy Grand Master Glass. A banquet will be tendered the visiting officers by the local Oddfellows and a
full turn-out of members is desired.
A carload of Bran and Shorts In, get
our prices.—Cranbrook Trading Co.
Mr.- W. Matthews left to-day for
Trail where ahe will reside with Mr.
Matthews who has been working in
the smelter there for the last few
months. Mrs, Matthews has been a
resident of this dltrlct for sixteen
years and lt Is with much regret that
she severs old ties and friendships.
Second hand Buggy for sale cheap.
—Cranbrook Trading Co.
A series of films which is designed
to give tho public an idea of the industrial development and natural resources of British Columbia will be
shown at the Rex Theatre, Cranbrook,
during the week from August 14th to
21st. One thousand feet of film will
deal with the nulling, tlmebr, live
stock, mining, agricultural and horticultural development of the province.
Absolute security for your valuables
In Beale ft Elwell's safety deposit
vault.
WANT ADS.
2c per word (or first week, and lc per
word for each week after.
FOK NALK-75 feet of garden hose
for fS.OO.   Inquire at Herald office.
FOB HALK-Oie  Deerlng  Binder,
8-ft cut; horae $40; Magnet cream
separator, several milch cows.—Roy
Myers, Cherry Creek. 30-4t
Which Is Better For
British Columbia?
GOVERNMENT CONTROL OF THE
LIQUOR TRAFFIC OR INREG-
I'LATED IMPORTATION OF CN.
LIMITED QUANTITIES OF M*
QC0R1
Which is the best for British Columbia? The regulutlon and control of
the liquor traffic by the provincial and
municipal authorities through a 11*
cense system or the imllcy of unlimited, unrcguluted and unrestricted Importation of liquor, with absolutely no
general or local control, as proiwsed
by the B. C. Prohibition Act?
Tlio above is a fair statement of a
question on which the electors of this
province wlll cast a referendum vote
ou September 14th.
"That the Prohibition Act will not
prohibit" Is now generally admitted by
electors (among them, many Prohibitionists) In all parts of the province,
and, in the face of the Inclusion of the
"wide open" clause which states, "Nothing in this act shall be construed to
Interfere—la) With the right of any
person to import from without the
province liquor for bona fide use In his
private dwelling house", it will be 1m-
jwssible for any man to successfully
contend that the measure will prohibit.
What then woudl be tlie result
should the Prohibition Act be apjirov--
ed by the electors?
Just this, and nothing more. In
place of the present method of selling
liquor under government license
(carrying with it the right of the
authorities to regulate and control the
business as well as amend these regulations according to existing conditions) it would mean that liquor might
be Imported in unlimited quantity, orders being placed as frequently as the
purchaser desires, without the least
control or regulation by the government—so long as the orders are placed
outside the province. It means, foi
the sake of Illustration, that It would
be legal for the reader to place a
standing order wtth any liquor dealer
outside of British Columbia for a dally
weekly or monthly supply of liquor,
the shipments being made regularly
according to the order just as long
as a monthly account for the purchase
was met. Well may the reader ask,
"Ia this Prohibition?" and well may
Prohibitionists, who are to an amazing
extent Ignorant of the real meaning of
the measure, declare that such a con<
ditlon Is impossible under the Act. But
It Is possible, in fact, the Act, which
has been approved by the Prohibition
leaders, places special stress on this
"wide open" privilege to Import.
Clause 57 of the Prohibition Act
(quoted above) is a "blue sky" clause.
It places no limit on the amount of
liquor which may be ordered at one
time. It makes no stipulation as to
the frequency with which such orders
may bc placed. It makes no provision
whatever for government knowledge
or regulation of the shipments.
Under such conditions, the reader Ib
asked to judge for himself whether
the Prohibition Act does not provide
for alt the Hquor the citizens ot British Columbia want coming into tlie
province, without let or hindrance, regulation or control by the authorities.
* Is such a condition for the best interests of the province? Is It wise to
throw overboard the license laws now
prevailing in British Columbia, under
which tiiere has been built up a hotel
system of the highest standard, to give
up the right of strict regulation and
control now exercised In general by
the province and ln particular by the
local license commissions and to substitute, for this tried plan legislation
which allows liquor to come into the
province by Importation just as freely
as It is now distributed but without
government regulation or control to
the slightest degree?
The reader Is now asked to again
consider the question with which this
article opened:—"Which Is best for
British Columbia—the regulation and
control ot the liquor traffic by the
provincial and municipal authorities
through the existing license system or
the policy of unlimited, unrestricted
and unregulated Importation of liquor,
with absolutely no general or local
control, as Is proposed by the B. C.
Prohibition Act?
WANTED—Highest prices paid for
gent's cast-off clothing. Phone 157.304t
THE    ajtgfltt   STORK
WHERE IT PAYS TO DEAL
FOR SALE—Hone, buggy and har*
ness 176.00 takes the lot. Apply
P. O. Box 612, Oty.
LOST-At flrwn Bay, gold ring with
twin Betting diamond and ruby. $6.00
reward wlll be paid on returning to
Herald offlce. 31-lt*
L0HT—Lady's small broach, between Bowness' store and Cranbrook
Sash & Door Co. Reward to finder on
return to Herald Office. lt.
EOl'ND-On* Clyde Horn 17 hands
high with white face, apply to Herald
Office.
WANTED Male Teacher for Wynndel Bchool District, second or third
class certificate, duties to commence
Aug. 28th, salary $80 por month. Apply, stating experience to J. Bathle,
Secy. Wynndel School Board, Wynndel
B. C. 31-31
Vancouver, B. C, July 31st.-—The
Vancouver Trades and Labor Council
at its meeting last week re-elected Mr.
J. H. McVety to the post of President
for the ensuing term. They also endorsed Mr. McVety for the position of
one of the Commissioners under the
new Workmen's Compensation Act.
The Council by a decisive majority
passed a resolution condemning the
B. C. Prohibition Act as opposed to
ths best interests of labor throughout
the Province. In the discussion It waB
pointed out thnt the Act was class legislation of a pronounced type. The
Act waB also criticized because Its
wide open importation clause would
result In the sacrifice of the Interests
of British Columbia worklngmen and
at the same time throw the Industry
and trado represented by the consumption of liquor In the Province Into
hands of Interests outside the Province.
Prince Albert is
such friendly tobacco
that it just makes a man Sony he didn't get wind of this
pipe and cigarette smoke long, long ago. He counts it lost
time, quick as the goodness of Prince Albert gets firm set
in his life! And P. A. can't* bite or parch I That's cut out
by the patented process by which it is made! Prince Albert
has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We
prefer to give quality I
Get on the right-smoke-track soon as you know howl
Ask your dealer for Prince Albert. If he cannot supply you,
ask him to secure it through his wholesaler. Quick as you
can, understand yourself how much you'll like
Fringe Albert
the international joy tmohe
It stands to reason, doesn't it, that if men all over
the world prefer P. A. that it must have all the
qualities to satisfy your fondest desires?
/•   Men, get us right on Prince Albert I   We tell
you this tobacco will prove bettor than
you can figure out, it's so chummy and
fragrant and inviting al! the
"\   time. Just realize tliat you
can smoke all you want
without a comeback I
Prince Albert it eold
throughout Canada, gen.
erally.in the *.-lb. tidy red
tin, alto in pound ar.J
half-pound humidor..
R. J. REYNOLDS
TOBACCO COMPANY
Winiton.Salem, N. C,
U.S. A.
SSSjMfl
To little hearts and big ones, too —
the Wrigley Spearmen are calling,
calling, every day:
Their message is one of good cheer
about this refreshing, beneficial goody
that costs so little but means so much
to comfort and contentment
Send for the Spearmen's Mother Goose book
for young  and old, illustrated in colors.
Address Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co., Ltd., Wrigley Bldj*., Toronto
Chew it
after every
meal
Sealed
against all
Impuritte
=3:
DOBS
Parker—at the Cottage Hospital, on
the uotli July, to Mr. and Mrs. chaa.
Parker, a non.
tiakln   In Cranbrook, nn   July 28nd,
lain, to Mr. anil MrH. It. C. ISnkln, u
•on.
CUBIST CHURCH
Iti'v W. II. Bridge, Rector
s.oo sin.-.Holy Communion.
u.oo am—Matins and Litany.
8.00 |i.m.--Sunday School.
7,80—111 vcnaoliK.
KSOX   I'RKHHVTKBIAN   I III Bill
Morning  Service  tl  a.m.
Sunday achool at 3 o'clock.
Evening Service 7.30 |).m.
Bov. A. Sinclair, Manitoba Collate,
I Winnlpof, will conduct thu Hcrvlccs. *>AGE FOUR
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
THURSDAY AUGUST 3rd, 1916
PROFESSIONAL CARDS     .LODGE AND SOCIETY CARDS
THOMAS  T. MECREDY
(Successcr to w. P. Ourd)
Barrister, Solicitor and
Notary
P. 0. Box 859
CRANBROOK, B. C.
DRS. KING & GREEN
Physicians and Surgeons
Office  at  residence, Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICE HOURS
Forenoons  9.00 to 10.00
Afternoons 200 to   4.00
Evenings  7.30 to   8.30
Sundays  2.30 to   4.80
CRANBROOK, B. C.
I.O.O.F.
KEY CITY LODGE, No. 48
Meets every
Monday night
at Fraternity
Hall.     Sojourning   Oddfellows
cordially invited.
W
M. Harris,
Secy.
Fylea,
N.O.
DR. F. B. MILES
DENTIST
Office iu Hanson Block
OFFICE HOURS
9 to 12 a.m.
1 to   6 p.m.
CRANBROOK, B. C.
CRANBROOK COTTAGE
HOSPITAL
Maternity and Oeneral Nursing
Qarden Ave.
Terms on Application
MRS. A. SALMON, Matron
Phone 209 P. O. Box 840
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Crunbrook, B. C.
Meets every Tueaday at 8 p.m. in
the Fraternity Hall
it. C. Carr, C. C.
P. dc Vere Hunt, K. R. & S.
P. O. Box 022
Visiting brethren  cordially invited to attend.
DISTRICT NEWS
MOYIE
Joltu McKay aud family bave moved
to town and are occupying A. Q. Monk-
house's residence on Tavistock street.
Mr. and Mrs. Fransen have moved
trom Olderlch and aro living ln Mr.
Desaulnier's cottage on Victoria St.
Messrs. Nord and Anderson huye
rented Mrs. Cun cad's cottage on Moyle
Ave.
Mr. Charles Ntgon has moved to Jus.
Wright's cottage, Lakeshore addition.
Mr. Moore will conduct services in
the Methodist Church here In future.
Phone 346 P. O. Boi 685
W. K. BEATTY
Funeral Director and Emualmer
Undertaking Parlors
Fenwick Ave, uear Baker St.
LAIMjAW & IIKWOLF
Civil and Mining Engineer:*,
B. 0. Land Surveyors
CIUNBROOK. B. C.
F. M. MACPHERSON
Undertaker
Day Phone 283, Night Phone 85
Norbary Ave, next to City Hall
OVERSEAS CtUB
Meets in Maple Hall second
Tuesday of every month at 8
p. m.
Membership open to British
citizens,
Visiting members cordially
welcomed.
R V. Brake,        J. P. Lower,
President. Secretary
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meets in the
Maple Hall
first Tuesday
afternoon of
every month
ut 'A p.m.
Pres,, Mrs. W.
11.   McFarlane.
Secy, Mrs. John Shaw, P. O. Box 442
All ladies cirilhilly invited.
(HAS. S.  I'AKKElt
Forwarding nnd  Distributing
Agent for
Lethbridge Coal
XI-lit Powder
Imperial Oil Co.
hraying ami TninsiYrrliiK
Given prompt attention
Phone t;;t
PERRY (KEEK
Mr.   li.   James  aud   Mr.   Bidder  of
Marysville,  visited   Perry  Creek   lasl
Sunduy, coming hy way of Wycliffe
as the foot bridge on  the St.  Marys
was carried uway during the recent
high wnter.   The bridge was only built
lust yeur ut a considerable expense
, to the Government'and, it wus u great
I convenience as it made tho trip to
1 and from Marysville ami Perry Creek
i much shorter.
I Mr. K. Uunks returned to Perry
] Creek ufter looking after his interests
at Fort Steele and Wild Horse. Oi.
Ills return ho found that Mr. Titter*,
luul been badly hurt by a horse falling on hlm while getting out wood to
run his engine. Mr. Banks Is assisting Mr. Thlea in clearing what Is
known as the pot bole.
Dr. Hutledge und Dun Mcintosh
made u visit to their properties this
week.
Judgo Hyan hus an expert up the
Creek looking over tthe. properties
Come on—tlte more the better.
The recent wind storm did a grcul
deal of damage, blowing down trees
In tho roads and trails. There will
have to be a lot of trail work done
beforo' people who own claims can
get to tliem. The road crew undei
tho direction of It. Boaman are now
working on the roud lending to the
llomesteuk and other rich leads.
Mr. Messenger und fumily were
fishing on Perry Creek Sunduy catching  over  200.
Tom Herson and wife rusticated on
tlio Creek Sunday.
Mr. Beattie motored to Perry Creel,
on Tuesday to secure some of the fa-
inous Perry Creek brick for the chimneys lu his new bungalow ou bis
ranch on the St, Mary's prairie.
Tiiere is a dirth of mosquitoes at
Perry Creek this summer whieh
seems strange us they ure reported
bad every where else. There ure
splendid camping grounds around-
near tlie Hotel—all are welcome.
Phone 105 P. 0- Box 33
PROF. C. F. NIDD
Organist MetbodiHt Church
Receives Pupils for
Organ, Pianoforte, Voice
Etc.
Studio: 23 Norbury Ave.
FRANK PROVENZANO
Oeneral Merchant
Employment Agent
P. O. Box 108 Phone 244
CRANBROOK, B. C.
MRS. H. R. MILLER
Nurse
Maternity work a specialty
Phone 319.
If vou want satisfaction
with vour washlne
send lt to
MONTANA LAUNDRY
Special prices for famllv
work
THE
COEUR D'ALENE
Spokane, Washington
TIIK HOTEL WITH A
PERSONALITY
Till, house bus the
huppy distinction of being tlio favorite stopping place In Spokane
for tlie people of British
Columbia We appreciate
thia patronage and do
everything in our power
to make you comfortable.
Our location Is excellent —
cloBe to Oreat Northern Station
and O. W. R. & N.—Milwaukee
terminal, and within a minute's
walk from the principal business
houses and places of amusement.
See  HteaniHlilli  »n   Ravi
The Shoe Specialist
JOE MARAPODI
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Headquarters for ull kinds of
Repairs
L.  N.  SMITH
HAT RENOVATOR
Ladles and Qontlomen's Hats
Cleaned nnd Blocked
DM) STYLUS HKMODEM.ED
Plione 204
Till: HOME IIAKERY
Knht. Frame, Prop.
Fresh llreiiil, (lakes, Pies
nml 1'iislry
Phone 37
Norbury Ave.       Opp. City Hall
Beware
of
Imitations
Sold
on the
Merits
of
MINAUII'S
.INIMENT
The Kootenay Garage
wishes to Inform the puhlic  that   they   can   now
supply
Gasoline and Oil
having installed an Up-
to-Pate Storage System.
The    Kontenay    Oarage
tfOeVAN'S FRENCH PILIS«
iuUtluK TU. for Wu-Oflii. $6 ft box or three (or
It). Hoi!) fit ftll llrUK Morn, or iin.ll'rt tn any
-.tiiHfihhi.il tucal[>tuf |irl'i. Thi soobili. Ukuu
Cn   HL (kthftfltiM onuirlo,       —_-
PtfOSPHONOL FOR MIC KSr
Vitality; for  N«io tn'l Hr».n; IncnuM"#nr
■imttiT ■ k'I "til'* W.I...11IM <*'■•., up. II ft I"*-*, or
two lor U, nl tlniii itOfH. «' *>* !»•■•' °« *_**i\.\
i.i urjue   lui uwhull uavn uo., fit. UtUMi-tnet,
In tlio Matter (if tho "Lund Registry
Act" und In tlio Matter of Lot
Block 83, and Lot 3, Block 36 ot Lot
132, Group 1, Kootenay District,
Province of British Columbia, Ma.)
1181.
Take Notice than an Application
(No. 8978-1) has been made to register
Philip John Han hum Aplin as owner In
fee Simple of tho above lots under a
conveyance to liirn from Banes l^uke
Liinil Company Limited, et al, dated
2nd day December liilEi and that unices
within 30 days from tlie date of the
Hrst publication hereof you file ln tilts
office a caveat or certificate of Us Pendens 1 shall register tho mild 1'lillip
John Han lm m Aplin uh owner In fee
on the noglstor nf Indefeasible Fees.
Dated at Die  Lund  HcghUry Ollice,
Nelson, llii' UFitll dny of Muy, 191t>.
SAM'L.  K. ROB,
District ReglHtrur
To nil to whom it may concern.
Dale or first publication the twentieth day of .luly, till .
DO YOUR
TEET BURN!
Thun use Zam-Buk. Tbere is
ii jib in;* so soothing for tender,
aching ur blistered feet. It will
end the burning, draw out the
soreness, prevent blistering and
give you perfect foot comfort.
Also there is nothing so good
as Zam-Buk for sunburn, heat
rashes, blistered hands, aching
muscles, mosquito and insect
bites, cuts, bruises, bums and
ail skin injuries aud ailmeuts.
50c. all druggists and stores,
('has. Curtain, an old timer iirnuml
here. Is visltluK old friends for a few
days.
13, It, Blrnle, of Calgary, wus a hush
*ss visitor In town this week.
Mr. (ieo. L. Woodweuth, P, S. John-
son and wife, and Mrs. N. Young all ot
Gateway were Waldo visitors this
week.
W. A. Wllmot, Provincial Homestead
Inspector, wns lu Waldo this week on
Qovernment business.
The Waldo baseball team us per
schedule travelled to Wardner on Sun
day last and engaged the Wardner
team In a return game. Tlie Waldo
boys sure sprung some surprise on
the Wardner team, in that they defeated tliem by a score of 'I'l to 2 in a nliiu
Inning game, quite a contrast from
tlio previous game of 2 to 1 In favor
of Wardner. The Wardner hoys fig
ure they have a come back somewhere,
and are endeavoring to arrange a
game to bo played at Waldo on Sun
day next.
Sherwood Herchmer and party from
Fdrnlo passed through Waldo this
week on his way to Gateway in his
new Paige Car.
Martin Peterson, one or Waldo's
foremost bnll players had the misfortune to dislocate his shoulder while
at prietlee this jyeek.
FORT   STEELE
Chief Welsby of Fernie was at Kort
Steele lust week.
Wm. Myers returned Wednesday to
■the Kootenay King mine after a visit
to town for supplies. He will commence to ship ore as soon as the
trail, which has been rendered Impassable by the recent heavy storms.
Is re-opened.
A meeting of the Ladies' Aid of
Knox Church was held Wednesday,
July 26th at the home of Mrs. Kershaw. After tlie business of the meeting had been completed a dainty lunch
was served by Mrs. Kershaw.
C. R. Traband arrived from Spokane
Wednesday and left Thursday for tlio
Victor mine,
Wm. Mills, Sherwood Herchimer and
A. Johnson of Kernie were hi town
Wednesday.
B. W. Worden and Kred Blnmore,
Fort Steele, motored to ('ranbrook on
Wednesday last.
J. H. Quartley, Wasa, was registered at the Imperial liotel hore, Thursday July 27th.
T. T. McVittie and surveying party
left for Waldo on July 27th.
Miss Doris Kershaw was visiting
Mrs. L. G. Clarke at "Wild Horse"
from Thursday until Monday.
Mrs. T. Armstrong, Ray Armstrong
and Mrs. Ross Carr motored from
Cranbrook Friday last.
Mr. Alex. Emery from Sheep Creek
was in town Friday.
A Jolllffe of Cranbrook was In town
on business on tho 28th.
W. O. Winds, Nelson, was in town
Sunday.
Don MacKay returned on the 30th
from a prospecting trip up tlie Wild
Horse.
R. W. Woods of Fernie and II. K.
Neill of Spokane spent Sunday In
town.
Wallie Tannhauser motored to Invermero Monday.
R. W. Woods and R. K. Nell] left
for Invermere by motor on the 31st.
B. F. and R. C. Crowe, Kort Steele,
were Bull River visitors -Ugust 1st
Mrs. L. G Clarke Is spending a lew
days In town
WALDO
Tho Baker Lumber Company's Sawmill, which was closed down several
weeks ago on account of a shortage of
logs, is still Inactive, and In ull probability they will not he able to saw for
about another montii Some time ago
work was commenced on a new spur
track from the G. N. Hallway into
their mill pond, over which they Intend bringing logs from their new
camps between Waldo and Paynes
ljuko, but work on this tuts boon suspended on account of some tittle delay
In the arrival of the steel
Mr. and Mrs. 0. K. Kline left on Saturday on a visit to Spokane and oilier
imlnts.
The Government Bridge Crew are al
work replacing the planks on the suspension bridge across the Kootenay
liere, which were taken off at the time
of the recent flood.
The Ross-Saskatoon Lumber Com
pany resumed shipping again on Saturday and started sawing operation.*,
in their mill on Monday.
Mr. F. S. Ryekman, Indian Agent,
from Cranbrook, was a visitor to To
bacco Plains through the week.
Mr. A. L. KiBlier, the Liberal stand
ard-bearcr for this constituency, ac
companied by several members of the
Femle Liberal Association, paid a visit
to Waldo this week. Mr. Fisher ex
pects to address tlie electors in this
district in the very near future. Con
servatives are so scarce In this district
that wo hear Jim Thlstlebeuk of Elko
will shortly engage in research work.
Mr. and Mrs. W. McKay of the
Waldo Hotel motored through to Kernie on Tuesday.
Mrs. Gorman spent Sunday lu Waldo
a guest of Mrs. A. Dryden.
Mr. T. T. McVittie, Provincial Land
Surveyor, from Fort Steele, Is surveying across the river Trom Waldo on
the old Ross-Saskatoon limber limits
whicli have been logged off, lie lh
laying tho land off In sn acre blocks
for the Government, which we understand will bo thrown opon shortly for
pre-empt Iou h.
ELKO NOTES HY  IKED KOO
It's just us hurd getting freight over
the C, P 11. these duys as it is defeating the Bowser Government. (Vancouver papers please copy).
Mr. and Mrs, Swisher and daughter
motored to Klko tills week from Mr
eka, meeting Mrs. Brown and children from Rossland.
Mr. Kred S. Ryekman, Indian Cum
mlssioner, Cranbrook, is visiting the
Tobacco Plains Indian Reserve this
week.
J. S. T. Alexander or the Water
Branch Dept., Victoria, is spending a
few days fishing up the South Fork
of tho Elk River. Mr. Bob Duthie,
Jack Gates, Ed. Stewart and Alex. I,
Fisher of Kernie Is fishing at the
mouth ot Gold Creek, but not getting
as much as the fellow that went home
at three in the morning wltli a tlu of
sardines and told his wife he'd been
llshing.
J. R. Pollock, aud manager W. B,
Uurwood, of the Pollock Wines Co.,
Kernie, W. E. Ferguson, barrister, of
Winnipeg, aud Mr. Phillips, accountant of tlie Fcrnie Brewing Co., motored
to Elko this week for a day's fishing.
Mr. W. Ncwendorp, Redcliff, Alta.,
Harold Newendorp, Flagstone, and Mi.
Davies, school teacher, Roosville Valley, are camped at the Forks of the
Lodge Pole and Wigwam creeks, fishing.
Mr. Percy Bean of tlie Fernie automobile garage was in Elko this week
und Bold two cars, a Pugle Six to A.
G. Wllmot, aud a Ford runabout to
.Mr. Greenwood.
A big delegation of Conservatives
rfom Elko to Kernie attended the
Conservative meeting at Bull River
tliis week. Mr. Uphill is meeting with
big turnouts and a good reception
throughout tlie district.
Mrs. Leaman and son of Calgary-
are visiting Mrs. J. Thomson of the
Columbia Hotel this week.
The exodus from the Mill Camps,
section gangs, etc, for the Prairies,
still goes on. Farmers on Tobacco
Plains can't get men to put up hay
Supt. of roads can't get men to make
tlie much needed repairs in the district, if the Government can use interns lu the Banff district what's the
matter with using them In the Kernie
district?
Mr. Ed, Clay of Nelson was in Elko
and Waldo this week.
The Political scrap In the Cranbrook
district Is now down to Caven and King
and it looks like a walk-over now for
Coven, the working man's friend, says
Jim Thistlebeak.
Contractor J. McCool of Olson was
in town tills week buying mine timber
und looking for uxe men.
A. J. King, chief of the United States
Customs Dept., for ttie State of Montana, was in Elko this w*oek, the guest
of Fred Roo, J. P.
\V. M. Frost, Spokane, who owns
considerable property west of the town
Is spending a few days in Elko.
Private Parnell of the 117th, Calgary, wife and children, are visiting
his parents In the Roosville Valley tills
week.
Five well filled automobiles left
Elko Sunday for Wurdner to seo the
Ball Game between Waldo and Wardner which wus won by Waldo.
Several Prairie Schooner outfits
passed through Elko this week for
Albert., to take up land.
Never lilt a man when he's down—
unless he's down to sluy.
Mrs. R. Joyce and family of Edmonton are the -guests of Miss Irene McKee
Elko, this  week.
There were several head on collisions with nutos near Elko Sunday.
Luckily no person was hurt, but tho
cars put out of commission. One
thing B. C. should do and do It quick
and thnt Is to fall In lino with the resi
of tlio provinces aud the States south
of the International Boundry Line nnd
that In change that turn to tlie left
nnd make it turn to the right like the
rest of the world has It. Both accidents on Sunday were caused by foreign cars on bad hills and tlio strangers turning to tho right and the B.
C. cars to the left. This is something
that needs prompt attention and will
meet with tlio approval of the whole
Province.
Mr. Ben rKanco, G, N, Foreman or
Eureka wns in Elko this week visiting
Ills wlfo and family.
Mrs. J .0. Ingham and daughter
of Cranbrook are visiting with Mrs. It.
G. Ilirtz, Riverside Park, this week.
James Broley, contractor of Victoria,
is visiting bis ranch at Roosville this
woek.
Mr. Lambert of Edmonton was fu
town tliis week the guest of Mr. Booth.
R. G. Ilirtz. manager of Roo's store,
Elko, Is visiting Spokane and Coast
cities this woek.
Miss Madden of Waldo is tho guest
of Miss Alice PlillllppH of Frultlands
this week.
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Your Money hack
if floods are not at
Represented
"CHARLEY'S AUNT"
A most engaging series of incidents
sustained by a lovo interest tliat appeals because of its sincerity, a proper
tangle of plot which is Ingeniously
ravelled and then as artfully unravell-
d, a number of sharp dramatic climaxes and real thrills, and above all,
a sustained, wholesome and refreshing finality of fun, combine to make
"Charley's Aunt" the best farce In
years. The piece furnishes many mysterious and not a few melodramatic
moments, tliat are all tlie more enjoyable because of the substantial quality of its story, tn which additional
appeal is furnished by the fact that
Its scenes have been enacted In every
country on tho globe.
SALLOW SKIN
is one of the greatest foes of
womanly beauty. It is quickly
cleared by correcting the cause
—sluggish liver—with the aid
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BEECHAM'S
PILLS
Worth a Quint* a Bos
Dir,rtiaa, with r.try Boa of Sp.ci.,1 Vila, to Wasa.
SoM.mrwbm.   la bait,, 15 .tot,.
TIMBER SALE X  (i!)0
Sealed tenders will l)o received by
tlio Minister of Lands not later than
noon na tlio 2:lnl clay of August, 1916,
for the purchase of License X 690 to
cat 1.000,000 (oet of Cedar, Larch, Kir
and Whlto Pino, 1,000.000 foot Cotton-
wood, and 5,000 cords of posts, on an
area adjoining lot 491, float River,
Kootenay  District.
One (1) year will he allowed for
removal of Umber.
Farther particulars of the Chlet
forester, Victoria, II. I'., or District
Forester, t'ranbrook, 11. ('. HMt
SAVE
YOUR
MONEY
FOR THE
Dominion War Loan
TO BE ISSUED IN SEPTEMBER.
By purchasing a bond you will help
to WIN THE WAR and obtain for
yourself an investment of tho highest
class yielding a most attractive rato
of interest.
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
OTTAWA.
!
SYNOPSIS   OF   COM,   HINiNII
HKIil'LATIONS
Coal mining rlBbi? of tlie Dominion, 111 Manitoba, Saskatchewan und
Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the
North-West Territories uud ln u por-
tlon of the Province "f British Columbia, may be leased for u term of
twenty-one yenrs lit un annual rental
of $1 an acre No more thun 8,660
will ho loused to one applicant.
Application for a lease must be
mude by tlie applicant lu porson to
tho Agont or Sub-Agent of tlio district In which tlio rights applied for
ure situated.
In surveyed territory the bind must
Iw described by sections, of logal subdivisions of sections, and In iiiisurvoy-
ed territory the tract applied for shall
bo slaked out by llie applicant himself.
Knell application must be accompanied by u fee of *"■ which wlll be
refunded If tlie rights applied for are
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shall bo paid on the mereli-
antublc output of the mine nt the rate
ot five cents per ton.
Tho person operating tlm mine
ahull furnish the Afiont wltll sworn
returns accounting for the full iiuaii-
tlty ot merchantable coal mined and
pay tlie royalty thereon. If tho conl
mining rights arc not being operated
such returns should be furnished at
least once a yonr.
The lenso will Include tlie conl
mining rights only, but tho lesoe
mny be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be
eoasidered necessary for tlio workinng
of tlio mine nt the rnto ol $10.00 an
aero.
For full information uppllcutlon
should be made to tlie Kecretury of
the Department of the Interior, Ot-
tuwu, or to uny Agent or Sub-Agent
of Dominion Lands.
ty. W. CORY,
Depiltv Minister of the Interior.
N. B,—Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not ho paid
for.—30690.
The Preserving
Season
Raspberries And Apricots
Now On
Get Your Sealers Here
IRA  R. MANNING, Ltd
1'IIOJiK 56
Notice
All buys trespassing un my pluco
will he prn-ei'iili'il regardless uf nllu
Ihey   may   lie.
W. J. HAMILTON.
IN the Mutter of the "Lund Registry
Act" und In tho Mutter of Uit 1,
liloelt no of Lot 182, Group I, Kootenay District, Province of llrltlsh
Columblu, Map 1181.
Tako Notice than an Application
(No. 3877-1) has boon made to register
David Wallace Hart as owner in fee
simple of tiie above lots under a Conveyance to hlm from Banes Lake Lund
Company, Limited et al, dated l.ith day
of January, 1915, and thut unless
within 80 days from the dato of the
Ilrst publication hereof you file in this
office a caveat or Certificate of Lis
Pendens I shall register t he said
David Wallace Hart as owner In toe
on tho Register ot Indefensible Fees.
Dated at tho I-and Registry Ofllce,
Nelson this 20th day of May, 1916.
SAM'L. B. ROK,
District Registrar.
To all to whom it may concern.
Date ot first publication tlw twentieth duy ol July, Ml .
Don't Pedal,
Motor-Wheel
smith moron wheel
(Itetac liable)
Miiliir-Wlicellllg is bicycling at Ils
best. The motor dues the pedal work.
Vou rnnlrol llie speed I lo 2., miles
an hour wlili jnur handy llinmb leter.
Altarhes In a lew minutes to any bicycle. I'p to 12.', miles on one gallon uf
gasoline. ('Iran, no vibration, no
iiiicliiinical I roubles, Anyone ran
operate It.
That's the Smith Motor Wheel way.
Try It—ride It lor business or pleasure.
ThlB Is the samo device you have
seen advertised ln tho big magazines.
Manufactured by A.O. Smith Company,
Milwaukee, Wis., World's largest manufacturers of automobile parts. Their
guarantee with every sale.
T. H. KAY, Agent

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