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SOI  IMUKS TODAY
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WAR VETERANS PROVE TO
hi: real i:mm;hi\i\.
Kits roit Tin: way
KVERVBORY APPEARED
TO HAVE ROYAL TIME
If  Anything   Whs   Lucking   In
Wuj ol' Kiittrliiliimpnf
It    Wus Not Known
*'T)u> Biggest Day lu the History or
Cranbrook,"   was  the  promise of the
local Great War Veterans' Association
made in tlie publicity Inviting people
without and within the district to attend the Victoria Day Celebration in
Cranbrook Monday tand tlie promise
wus well kept, for tliert  was uot a
moment from tlie time the sun rose
on a perfect  morning  Monday until
lute in the morning of Tuesday that
tlin  participants   in   tlie   cekbratlou
were not iti tht midst of some form
of entertainment—it wns a perfect day
as  fur  as  arrangements   went,  notwithstanding   at   times   the   weather
was  threatening  and   when  the sun
disappeared beneath a cloud the wind
which blew was chilly.
The   Nelson   Great   War   Veterans'
band enlivened the occasion with excellent music and its lirst nppearnncp
early In thc morning was the signal
for the opening of the festival.
The children were admitted to the
fair grounds  free and  were treatul
to a tree show at the Hex theatre fn
the morning at it and  10.30 o'clock.
"The Isle of Con/iuest" being tiie excellent film shown by Manager Leask
for their entertainment,
A bupcbull gume at the city grounds
was the first sports item and this
was attended by n fair sized crowd,
the game heing between Cranbrook
and Wardner. the game resulting in
the local nine annexing the game by
a score of 17 to 8. Later in the evening, afte- the sports program of foot
and horse races wns disposed of at
the fair grounds, Fernie played the lo-
e-p.ls. toning to tlie home nine by a
score of IT to 1.
Naturally the local fans were eln-
ted over their success on tho diamond - attracting lovers of tho fistic game,
and winning the substanti.il purse
hung up for the gnmts, the second
money Ileitis divided between the losers, It is understood.
It is conservatively estimated that
fully three thousand persons were nt
the fair grounds when the program
of racing, etc.. begun. The attendance ai the boxing tournament, a full
reiiort of which will lv found in the
Herald today, is placed at approximately twelve hundred
Those competent to judge tlu attendance from outside points place
the estimate of the number of visitors
tu tlie celebration al 8,500
It was a lurgi und a good natured
gathering and no tiling happened lo
mar lho pleasure of tho day's pro-
grnm. Chief Adams and his men pre.
jerved ihe best  of order and no ac-
entrants, Esmeralda, J. Matheson, ot
Calgary; Searchlight, L. T. Waugh, of
Calgary and Flo Wilkes, by Vic Hood.
Vancouver, tlie purse being $200. The
race was won by Searchlight, with
i Ksmeralda second.
The five-eighths mile dash for a
I purse of $140,00 attracted Certain!
| Point, by c. Knimett, Spokane; Hell
of the Kitchen, Mrs. O, Emroy, Con-I
nor Creek und Jingo, Ohio McGregor,'
Culgary. Certain Point won the rnuoj
and Hell or tho Kitchen annexed the!
second money.
The four-und-a-hair furlong race)
for a purse of $140.00, hud as the contenders I'rairle. J. Durpee, Calgary,
llassarrn, Mrs. It Thompson, Culgary
and Donnle Dliok, Rotten Bmmott, of
Spokane, Tho race wus captured by
Prairie with lln-Hsarra second.
The half-mile dash resulted in Wel-
go, owned by C. Bmmott, Spokane,
inking lirst money, Slco, by Chic Mc-
tirogor, Culgary, second and Washington Kid nlso running.
Tito Open Pony race brought out
the following: Jennie, who came in
behind Nellie E, lst and Chief, 2nd.
Tho purse was $00.00.
The local horse race proved most
exciting. Washington Kid, Buckskin,
Kooteuuy Hoy and Sitting Bull putting
lu an appearance for this event and
after being started, Belle, a local product also, came galloping down the
(rack for the race. Her Jockey protested and the Judges, after consulting tlm rules advised the winner of
second money in this race, the rider
of War.hin<ston Kid, that Belle would
be permitted to contend for second
,ilace, Bello winning out easily, Kootenay Boy capturing first money.
After tlie horse races the foot races
were staged, in the half mile race, C.
0, McKinnon, Sam Piere, Red Eagle,
IJ. Johnson, John Starr and Archie El-
well entering. The two Indians, Sam
I'lere and Hed Eagle got off at a good
start and maintained a steady gait all
through the race, Piere capturing the
lirst money, with Red Eagle second.
The time was 2.15 and the purse $25.
$15 to second man.
Archie Elweli, an old-time track artist was picked by many to lead the
race but he came dangerously near
being shut out, the last man In thc
finish being right at his heels.
The 100 yard foot race had the following entries: Wood, Red Eagle, M.
Argue, John Stnrr, E. Stallman and R.
BurytouB, the purse bing $25 to first
and $15 second.
M. Argue was the winner with Red
Euglo second.
After tlie Judges announced the program, for the evening, the large'
throng dispersed.
TV
T MISS
M11IES
AID WE BREATHE MAV DE
THE NEXT THING TO
COME II'
HAVE OVERLOOKED THE
TIME TAKEN  IN SLEEP
New KtH'iHH' Producer Causes
('(tiisidi'rni.lc Trouble lo
Merc 11 ii uts
monthly instalments.      Heavy penalties  are   provided  for  incorrect   return -S.
"" Business  Pnitit" TttJ
Preseni tax Ifl modified hy inrreus-
iiiK the I'xrmption allowed from 7
ki in per cant, and changing the
schedule of taxation fo the following
On profit-* in excess of t**n per cem
hut not exceeding 20 per cent., lhe
will he twenty per cent
On profits iu excess of 1 ri i>er cent,
Imii not exceeding L'O per cent, the
tux will he 50 per cent.
On profits in excess o* 2« imt cent,
but nut i-xcetdlng -'10 per cent, the
tux will he fill per conl,
On profits in excess of :w per conl .
on lapital ihe tax will be <.0 per cent.
Kor small busing tee wiih capital
of not less ilmn »25,onu and not over!
$50,000, twenty per cent, uu all pro-
tits exceeding ten per cent will be
taken Instead of len per cent, as at,
preseni.
Under legislation uf lust session ,
the maximum scale of business tux
Is in effete this year and the modified'
Ol.li SPORTING MEN THINK
VANCOUVER KIGHTER
UOT QUITE NERVOUS
l»0 NOT THINK BLOW
PIT HIM DOWN AMI OUT
Itnxiiiu Program, However, A|>*
lieiired to Please—Preliminaries Were Lively
Otlawa.-
mary   of
the budget submitted in the House of
Commons  last  week  by the minister!
Sir Henry Drayl
Luxury Taxcm
orrespon enco) \       wm ftpply (o mij |)njflta (axa|)]c     D((J Jlmmje Clflrk   ^ w6U.k„
- The  ful owing  te a  Bum-   in 1(131 ' \r i          „•
h                    lu 1!*-'- . Vancouver boxer 'lay down' to rhar-
ihe taxation  proposals  oi                      T»t-IA' rimnoi^ ■ iA.    \t t.   .>     ..        , ,       .
inrin i uauges , ley   McCarthy, the   claimaul   of   the
The 7V6 per cet. war customs dutj | lightweight championship of Canada
is taken off all remaining items. Lust; in the boxing touruument held here
of flnunce. hir Henry Drayton: j year t|ie r. ,mr C0I,t.  British prefer-
ieutial  war tax  was entirely removed, as well as the 7'^ per cent, on
Ten per cent, of the total purchase, foo(l> Nothing,    agricultural implem-
prlce on boots and shoes coBtlng over j etUSi otl,     Thf> war eU8toma duties
$9 per pair;  men's and boys' sultts  imposed in Iftir, are how entirely re-
costing over $45; men's und women's' moved
overcoats    costing  more    frhan   $50;    Sir Henry Orayion als<» announced! ^r,
each; fur coats and robes costing ov- that public sittings for tariff revision'' '
er $100 each;   women's  dresses overjwo„],i be |loW tiiroug|lou, Callli(|n af_
ter the prorogation of Parliament
$45; women's suits over $00, and on
hats, hose, neckwear, shirts, gloves
and purses, costing ubove a certain
figure whicli is to be specified, as well
as on some other wearing apparel; all
fans, cut glass ware, opera glasses,
velvet aud silk fabrics, lace ribbons,
silk embroideries and sporting goods.
Also ou trunks over $40 each, and
valises, suit cases, etc., over $25
each, Tlie taxes on the above are
to be paid by the purchaser to the
vendor at the time of sale.
Ten per cent, on pleasure boats,
yachts, conops. motor boats, cameras,
candy nnd confectionery, chewing
gum, fire arms, shells or cartridges,
pianos, organs, musical Instruments
and plated ware adapted for household use. These taxes are payable
at the time of sale by Canadian manufacturers or when imiw-.''ted.
Twenty per cent, of tlie total purchase price on such articles as cigar and cigarette holders and pipes,
costing over $2.50; humidors and oth-
Locals Invincible
On the Diamond!
Victoria Day in the Arenu rink? This
is n question light funs are asking of
the more ex|H:rieneed followers of the
boxing game.
ttt it be a "lay down" or a clean
! cut   knockout  blow  from  McCcarthy.
j it must lie said that the program fron
finish   was  one   worth   tiie
price of admission, and uot u single
person in attendance has been heard
to say  that  it  was otherwise.
Most certainly the ending of tho
hialti event was disappointing to thc
funs present wlio had witnessed gruelling contests, but ii was never Ihe
Intention of the promoters of the affair here, nor is it permitted longer
  j by   accredited   boxing   commissions
n ■ ' ; that  similar  affairs  shall   go to  the
Basclmll learns Erom Wardner [10lnt Umt brutal„y enHlle^that (li(,
and Fernle Suffer Defeat     !is |,atit ,n tIle boxl»« ^me-
I    There was only a fair attendance
on Monthly „t tj,t arenat W]inn j.'r:ink onimont.
" j mounting a chair in the centre of the
The local diamond dusters who got   ring said slnco he wus credited with
Unto tlieir baseball suits on Monday i having    a    reputation    for   starting
did  themselves  up  "real  proud"  In! things hereabouts, he had been asked
:th,» iwo gamea they played.      They | to start the boxing contests.      The
i proceeded to stack up the runs In both   Idea. Mr. Gulmont said, was to give
games to sueh  a  dizzy  height  that j a clean exhibition of the manly art. I
i their opponents     in each case soon | He Introduced   the   referee. Jlmmle
realized ihat Oranbrook had the gam- '■ McBwan, the well known follower of
■os on ice, and both- games failed to j the  game In Calgary, and Mr. (lui-
I run out the allotted span of nine In-1 mont's announcement that Mr. McRw-
. nings. because    the    local boys felt | «n would handle the program brought
|disuster happening to his ring career
Gorman was the aggressm* and kept |
his   anti-couist   busy  keeping  out  of'
tho way and avoiding a hard blow.
Referee McBwan announced at the
start that Gorman had considerable
advantage in weight over Foster, the
| former entering thi ring at ]vr,
pounds, while Foster only weighed in
ui 156 pounds. The difference could
he plainly seen hy tlie audience, but
notwithstanding all ihis, Foster proved hfmseir cipial tn the occasion and
soon won admirers from among the
crowd following tho bout closely, as
he got iu some clever work and won
frequent applause,
Referee McKwnn ut the end of tht
bout called the men to tin renter of
the ring and held both their hand*
aloft. Indicating that ihe contest was
a draw, mnl Ills <W-nsloii evidently
met with approvul nf tin- tans, for
there wus not a dissenting voice to
be heard against the d-'dsioo.
The Main Event
(.'hurley McCarthy was the first of
the two boxers to appear at tlie ringside for tin. main event, a titft.•en-
round bout for u purse of $11)00. the
winner to take 60 por cent, and the
loser 40 per cent.
Hu looked fit as his seconds removed his bathrobe and when Clarke appeared und entered hte comer in the
ring, it wns unite elvdent that he had
considerable number of admirers in
ihe aildlonco for he was cheered lustily.
Clarke went to McCarthy's comei
und shook Charley's hand. This ac
tion on his part brought forth more
applause,    The gloves were then ad-
Continued on Page Three
MAX* Hill, fid ntiitl HEBE
Til ASSOCIATE!) HOARDS
MEETING ON  miliAV
INVKRMKItE TO EXTEND
UI.AIi HAND AS IM Al,
Aside in, in I in),, i it ii ii i Business
Sm-iul  TriiL-rimi  Mill Ue
Mosl  Elaborate
AU era an
•'
re now turned In tin- iii-
ion uf Invermere, ivlu-r.. on  Prl-
n-embort ol Uu- various Boards
Trade in  East  Kootenay will ae-
Bemble for th,. purpose ,>f forming an
Associated booard
AiiioiuotillM will leave iiii- city in
tin- morning on Friday nml tlie number Koinir continues to in, rease ns
Hi,- time .lr.iv.- near Anyone going
*Iioii1,i noiify Secretary Hum* of tiio
rrunbrook Hoard of Trad,, before -dx
o'clock iln-* evening in order nun a
place ma, be secured for tbem in the
SHIPMENTS UK OKI.
ro Thau, sim rut
Tlie  following   i* a  lis!  „f [lie nr,-'
received nt tli,.  Trad  Smelter. d»r ;
Ing tlie week eliding Mav :l.*l   1810
Dluebell,  llloniltii        ISO
Plcctric Point   Boundary,
Wasli	
At   ;.
joint
nee
ing of
lhe e
lunctls
t  the
board
of
trade
it   lu\
ernierc
eld re
■entlj
B  i
itniuitt
.■ rep
resent-
ii:    \t
aimer
\V
llnier.
Wind
■nuere
ml    It
vertne
e    I
lade
irrnti^
Milt tits
>r the
convw
tion
It   «
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re j-re
fin
itives
Vlll be
in at-
11 lilt lit
t* fn.ii
ot)
er bon
rds iu
Smith
Florence, Princess creek
     h7
Josie,   Hossland    	
  17
Krao,  Ainsworth   	
;if
North Star. Kimberlt}
       1l»l
Tain O'Shanter, (tlondell .
CiimpHU)   Mho-   	
:.y»:
Total   	
  ««:,':
I-ime  Hock   	
 14f»3
Mine and Location
fjro?s tons
N;i>l KiM>tenr.y. uieintiers {nun Fernie
Cranbrook. Creston and Gulden b-mrds
Miik exi>e<'te<i to attend,
The proprani a< arranirdl is that un
Informal reception "ill be held the
tirst day anil visitors allocated. Friday ravening ''l^ first business session
i- to W lu Id. which will be followed
by » < ijinplinientary banquet, The
Mil complete the
er  equipment   for  smokers;   hunting themselves wearing out from chasinR I ttWilatlse from the audience.
A dance in the evening affarded en- and   rjd(ng   Rarmen.s.   fancy   pocket | round the bases, and they did not want j    |, was considerablv after 8.10 when
attainment for lovers of the terpsi- knives; gold silver, ebony and ivory j to he ,00 tired for the dance at night! cheat!   sZe   I'l     R ,ttL*«
chorean art. the boxing tournament | tolkt  warp, jPW<,lry. artio)oa oC sll.L^ moniing ftnd evcnjng ^ ^ I   h^fW^^"^i^^
ver adapted   for   household or office   up a brand of ball that well desenr- Uttd other things necewiary to  pre-
use; fur wearing apparel (except ns ed to win, and at no time were either | i,are the boxers for the three con-
mentioned above.,    liveries, oriental; of the games in danger of being taken j tests to follow, and these well-known
nrpets and curtains, j from them.     The Cranhrook battery | lovers of clean  sport were likewise
Some Note-; of Ihe Par
The attendance was immense.
;    The
! life.
boy hud tin  time of his
It   was  the  duy  of  days   in  Cranbrook's history.
- Judges of horso races "Doc" Itut-
llvertes
rugs, expensive
chandeliers.    These tuxes payable by
purchaser at the time of purchase.
Twenty per cent, on mechanical
player pianos, gramophones and mechanical musical instruments and records used therewith.
Fifty per cent, on articles of gold
for household use.
The two taxes  lust   named     to  be
ledge
beat
and  "Jake"'   Pink  are  hard
to paid at time of snle by manufacturer' errors were responsible for large s
wa-s iu first class working order, and j applauded.
smart fielding when the opposing bat- Th(; crowd was u good-nutured one
tcrs did make an occasional connec- and the best of order prevailed. At
tion with the pill, rendered abortive times before the program commenced,
the best efforts of their opponents to; cries could be heard from a gather-
make a lenst a little showing on the j ing of fans alongside tbe ring, "We
score cord. Wardner and Pernie. on j want the band," but immediately they
the other hand, did not seem to have ceased yelling another bunch in un-
any snap in their fielding, and their j other part of the arena would shout
e-.--.ion of Saturday
H.-ine>s.
A numlier pf auio:* are leaving the
'ranbrook in-tel Priday morning at fl
.'clock and among those UsUd so far
vho will make tiie trip are the fol-
owing.   J.  P   Fink. N. A- Wallinger.
  Guy   constat.*-   of   Creston,   Editor
Cranbrook will be In the enjoyment  HaJes ,jf ,he P-eston Review, a rep-
of additional train service beginning'n?stma,,Ve of U,a N*elson Nt'ws; p* v
l.iTIHMillM.t-l ItAMlKOUh
m:w TRAIN T« START tl>
AVK1INHSHAY. JI'M. sf.coxh
Wednesday. June 2nd. in addition to
trains Nos   fi? and -iS.
Tlir service wm be between this
City and l^tlibridge making connections at I^ethbritlge to aud from Medicine  Hut. Culgary und  t'ardston.
The Westbound train will arrive in
crunbrook at S.30 p.m.. and will depart for the Kast at -M5 a.ni.
Tlie additional service will undoubtedly be welcomed, and it Is hoped wll!
he sufficiently well patronized to merit its continuance
William;- A the Herald. M A. Beal-.
Mrs. Beale. Chas. Cooper, President
0 A. Spruell of the local hoard; W.
liibbs. W. H- Wilson. Mrs Wilson and
M:ss Jean Wilson: It E. Beattie,
M-matf r McQuaid of the Canadian
Bank ot Coii,ni-r<e. City l'lerk Rob-
t-r*-' Mt*->r^ r-Vheil. Mointjoinery. H.
A. McKowan. Uau Burton. Mrs. Bur-
ion. A. E. Jones. C. H. Pollen, 1.. P.
. j Sullivan, Dr. (Jreen. W P, Ciimeron.
V Ratcliffe. P Adams, Mrs, Adams
rid Mr   and Mrs. AtwKid. of Creston.
Restaurants uud eutlag places had
their hands full catering to (he hungry thousands.
ESevryone having to do with ihe ar-
atigemoQte worked most Industrious-
cidents. excepting of
were reported,
At one Ihn. at the fair grounds
within Ihe nu*,. track itlone. mime be
be OOUtltOd 80 automobiles, some being imunllli. nt new cars only lately
urrived In lhe city
The scene at the fair grounds, with      The hoi weiner man was in evidence
the grand stands filli d 10 overflowing  from curly In tbe morning on Monday
between them and Until  lute at nlghl  and did a thrlv-
' ing biirtlnesi.
minor nature  ly to emko ihe celebratUu n sucefss.
lt Is thought the Veteruns will net
la neat sum from lhe celebration and
they   are   deserving   of  all  they  can
:get.
or when Imported.
Playing cards. 2"i cents a puck ou !
cards selling at wholesnle rates not:
over $2,1 gross, and i»n cents a pack,
on cards over $2ii a gross of pucks.
Beer,   wines   and   spirits—An    in
crease in excise duties on beer of SO and Wprdner. only went six innings
sco "We want the light." The Nelson |
res rolling up against them, as well band was not at all stingy with Its E. P. Hutching. Winnipeg, million-
ns tho fnct that the Oranbrook slug- ' music and kept the crowd entertained j aire harness and saddle manufactnr-
pers were In such strong humor thot I at intervals until the boxers put in j er. accompanied by hl« brother R J
the pitching that came against them j on appearance. j Hutching of Culgary. also rated as a
did t.01 have any terrors. ]    feveral women were in attendance man of immense wealth, arrived In the
The game in the morning, Cranbroolt | md appeared to tal e keen Interest lu | city Wednesda;
promim:>t mi:> in the *iss iKSSlE smith OF
.mno>.\iRF n,Ass hkrk       >'«'VIK rki-omks »kiiik
liy
The hotels were taxed to the turning away point to cure for the visitant) the housing committee wuh
and a I
the fence separating the spectator!
from the track with th,. many Indiana In Ihelr varied colored alllre. and
the curs dicoruled and filled wllh occupants was one of grandeur nnd will
loan he remembered.
Those In charge of ih«. raring pro-; for visitors to the celebration to lay
grntn. Moors Or itutie.ige J P. Fink their heads for the night
und   Cleorgo   Hogarth,   witli   Timer _
Sutherland and Record Keeper Thos, The gnmes nt the fair grounds rc-
llnbeii kept "something doln'" nil f minded one of the old "let-'er-go-as-
you-like" times fn the early days of
I were guests dur-
ifie bout, one soMri'li.g a bet of $30 j ing the day. calling on the local trade,
even that Chirk would win. with nc j it will be remembered that the for-
,,'liPr*s- 'mer genilemun came into prominence
Referee   McEwan   announced   the during the conscription period of the
first on the program would be a live- ■ war in his efforts to keep his son. who
round bout between ,-ned" Lumsden,  was active in the business, out of the
vas not so one-sided I a local lightweight and Prank Smith -1 conflict
pparent that the loe 'ers of Seattle, who appeared In thei    The two ure making a tour of the
Western   Provinces  looking   Into  the
iencc by the referee, rerelvtne atten- hushuss situation
when the score stood 2—2. thc home - tion  from their seconds and  having
jobbers or importers  (not retailers), tenm started something going, and no* the gloves adjusted.
This tax not to apply to d large list fore they got through the score wu-,    The two amateurs went at it ham-
of essential  foodstuffs,  cattlo  foods,U-2.     They registered again in the: mer and  longs and finished bv the
anthracite   or   bituminous   conl,   or I fifth, nn<| Wardner gol one man round
cents a gallon; non-sparkling wines,
.id cents a gallon: spirits $*.' a gallon.
Motor cars. Excise tax ou Canadian manufactured und imported
cars Increased from ten lo fifteen per
cent.
Sales Taxes
thn*. time the home men had run
un a score of 17—3 against the visitors, and the latter falling to tally u^-
,iln in the first of the seventh, threw
up the sponge. For the first three In*
nigs the ganie
though It was
ala  had their visitors outclassed all j ring and were Introduced to the aud-
One per cent, on  the sales of all  round.      In the last of the fourth.
manufacturers,     wholesale     dealers
At ihe Cranbrook Baptist Church,
on Sunday morning last May 2'J,rd,
Miss .It unit McCabe Smith, of Movie,
B.C. was united in marriage to Rev.
Joseph Robert Norton, pastor of the
Methodfst-Qpiscopal   Church  at   Port
Angeles, Wash _ 1' S, A. Mr, and
Mr- R Smith, of Moyie, attended the
happy couple and H'-r. J. P. Sinclair
tied the bridal knot, the ceremony
taking place ; I 10 o'clock
MRU: Him I  Hi  W0KKMKN
GO TO WATTSIHIti; TO GET
_   WORKS THKRE INJUR WW
I.(tUKRS AMI VISITORS
FNJOY MAY UF RE.il
SPORT
goods to he exported,
Stamp duties- Existing
lax 6:
busy one ai all times getting a place cno<,,t!
i in the first of the sixth.   When Oration j brook came to the bat the last time.
the time, and the large throng never
appeared to be tiring or the program
as It progressed, W F.. Worden being
In charge of the marshalling of ihe
hones for each race.
The Nelson band of iwenty-five
pieces was lu Attendance uud when
there was the least semblance of the
possibility of n lull ln the program.
rendered excellent mimic.
The program at the fuir grounds
was slightly revised. In tlmt the horse
races were called bcrorc the foot races, the horse events proving tn be the
best witnessed here In years.
The free-for-all trot, mile heats, 2
tn 3, for a purse of $:100, brought out
such horses ns Hal Chief, owned by
J. Matheson, Culgury; Dandy iinj, ths
property of A. McOlrr. Moo?r Jaw and
Searchlight, owned by I, T. Waugn,
Calgary. Hall Chief won the race,
with Dandy Hoy a close contender fnr
first money, tho race being an exciting one.
The 2.26 Trot or Pace, had as the
tho Klondike. They were all well-
palronlzcd. notwithstanding they were
pretty "fnst" for the fellow bucking
them.
Ohio Mctiregor, who has possibly
had as much experience on race
tracks as any other horseman In Cannda, and whn halls from Calgary, did
good service in co-operating with the
judges In getting the horses off In the
running events.
Chic Mctiregor, the veteran racehorse man from Calgary was loud ln
his praise of the manner In which the
races wero conducted aud wished tho
Herald man to express the thanks of
"the entlro bunch for the treatment
continued, but rate Increased | hovover. a real merry-go-round ensued
i.nd men reached the home plate so
fust that one needed n lightning calculator to keep track of them all. l*i.-
rcferee declarinc the go a draw.       :    The lovers of golf were not (»'-
The local man was the favorite all'the pleasure afforded by the holiday
during the bout, and was cheered at • Victoria Day the links being well
limes when he got in some clever patronised and tho sport highly tn
work  on  his  antagonist.   Tlie  audi* j Joyed,
once appeared to think thnt he hid     Many visitors were at the wolf club
the beat of the contest, but naturally grounds Sunday and Monday and thi
A large fore* of workmen went out
to WaUsturg Tuesday where work is
■being commenced on 'he big plant of
!the B, c. Spruce Mills Limited, which
I company has acquired Urge holdings
of at ihat place «- outlined exclusively
in the Herald at the time the deal was
consummated
Active operations will follow and a
mill of Immense proportions of steel
md ion. ret*  will l>« erected.
less Wo missed a few in the crowd j the referee decided the go on point-1 results of some of tlu
ten runs were piled up promiscuously
before the episode had run its course
The score hy innings:
Wardner   ...   10 10 0 10 7
and was of th* opinion there was no
! decision.
Tex Foster, the Culgary negro, snd
James (lormnn, of this district, were
j scheduled for a ten-round bout, and
Foster was the first to put in an ap
WA'
T.I.  MOLDS ANM AL
HEKTING THIS WEEK
on bills of exchange and promissory
notes. Two cents for hills of $100
or less, and 2 cents for each addit
lonal 910 or fraction thereof.
Stamp duties on patent medicines,
etc., henceforth to be affixed by tlie
manufacturer or importer Instead of
by the. retailer as now.
Film tax of fifteen cents for each I Cranbrook .. 1 0 1 4 1 10  17
day used abolished because of irteq-l    The  evening  game,  wherin  Cran
uallty of Incidence between large and I brook and Pernie tried conclusions. | pearanco. Mounting the stage and
small theatres. All the above taxes finished like unto the morning game. I climbing through the ropes he tested
took effect from tho lftth inst. ] except that though Fernle showed off the stage as an elephant would test
a little worse In the score, they did I a bridge be was about to cross.   Fos-
put up a little better baseball.     But  ter evidently did not want any defects
It wus the same story of costly errors j In the apparatus on which lie was tc,
over again, und even tolerably good | work.      Gorman next appeared and
support   of   the   mediocre   pitching j received considerable applause.   The
would have helped a lot towards tv- referee called the men to the center
enlng up the score.     The Crnnbrook j of the ring and told them what would.    Mrs. George Hogarth is tho* proud 1 REV. II. YV. LEE IMPROVING
batters again swatted freely, and the be expected of them in "breaks" and! owner of one of the very latest types ' •'
runs came In bunches mostly, where j other ins and outs of tbe game.   He of   the   famous   Studebaker ntitoino-!    Very encouraging reports have been
better fielding would have kept them; Introduced the two and it was not a | biles, tho beautiful new car arriving received   from   Vancouver   regarding
on the morning of Victoria Day [thd progress  being made by Rev, R,
Income Tux
By laRt year's legislation Income
taxes payable this year on UU!- incomes were very substantially raised.
A further general addition to these
taxes of five per cent is now added
on to Incomes of ?;.,ooi) a year and up.
to bo effective this year.
tn future Income tax returns must
contest  show
that there are some real golfers here-'
abouts,
A number were guests of the local I
Club members from S|*kane. Fernie
Invermere and other points and tin-
scene when all were assembled at
the club house and on the golf link-
was a beautiful sight.
Dellghtfufl refreshments were served the guests by the ladles of the local club.
The annual meeting of the Women's
Christian Temperance Unian Is taking
idace ihis afternoon (Thursday) when
iiffirer:, are to Ik elected for the com-
insr year.
The meeting was announced to take
plnco at the home of Mrs, White, and
it was expected that Mrs. Ross, of
Nelson,  would  be   present to lay be*
MRS. IHM.'ARTH lll'YS CINE
sti in it ah ni aitomoriIiI:
fore the meeting some aspects of tlie
'forthcoming plebiscite lo be taken on
' tho prohibition question in the Pall.
be accompancd by a check of at least down to single counts. Finally In]groat while until the audience wus
25 per cent, of the whole of the am-1 the last of the sixth Fernie blew up! given a real exhibition of boxing, ihe
wo received while In Cranbrook." Hejount estimated to be payable. If t completely, and during the mn-fes-1 consensus of opinion being that this
stated It was certain ufter the ex- paid In Instalments. Interest nt the Iti vol that followed seven local scoot-, event was the best of the entire pro-
cellent   treatment  and  the   pleasant rate of six per cent, is to be charged led around the bases and lived to tell gram!
stay tho horsemen had during the fes- j and payment In full is to be made I the tale. Tlie home men again show-! (Ionium appeared very anxious to
1 Ival that all of them and mora would! within six mmonths ofter return is ed smartness In picking up the hits [land a knock-out, but the cleverness
be here to the UU lair. ' node by means of three equal bt-' (Continued on Page Six. of  the leg*>•  »»?eated  any  such
Derail'* Oarage, which handles tho|W, Lee, following his recent operation
high-grade cur. the latesl in the nuto for Rppendktftls In a Vancouver hos-
world. made the Hale and received at t pltul
thn sume time a fine llve-passengcr li is understood that he has been
car of the same manufacture, Mrs. I making such strides hh may permit of
Hogarth's car being a seven-passen-1 hln return homo within another two
ger auto ot high horse-power. weeks. t a i) r.    t w 0
TIIK      CltANBROOK      HBB1LD
Thursday, Mny 37th, 1920
SAVE AND PREPARE
Success generally comes to those who go looking for it, and the man with a substantial
Savings Account is always in a position to
grasp good opportunities for investment or
advancement.
Save! Open an account with this Bank at
once.   Interest paid at current rate. U)
Voung Women      IMPERIAL BANK
and girls often complain of mystor
OF CANADA
lous headaches,
vhich keep coming
and  going  With
some,  but  remain
all waking hour-
with others. There
is uo mystery ab(
ul these any long-
er.    They an ct
used hy eye-strain
or  weak  vision.
Correct glasses
will quickly rem
ivo the headaches,
and they will no
t return while the
glosBt a are worn.      We make ac
curate glassei  fur alt.
Cranbrook Branch,
W. R. Grubbe, Manager.
Sub-Agrnry al Kimb.rley.
Raworth   Bros.,
OJTICUKS mul JBWEI    US
Cbe Cranbrook Herald
To
! I).'
Pubiiahi*.i Evory Tl
WILL A. ELLETSON..
P.   A.  WILLIAMS	
iday by
 Editor
stunt Mgr.
■Willi   h  HlMioii)   unin.
Printed hy Union
Subscription IMeu,	
Subscription I'rlre, U.S.
alti.ofl the mlnlBtor sets n limit Uui I
many will consider low. hut he and
his advisors Ihluk of future an well ns
present prices and are evidently try-
: ing to encourage prudent buying, mul
and to hold out. InduoeniOUt I'or a do*
crease in boiling prices,     The fncl
1 remains that the mlnlstor must col-
I lect money to pay war obligations,
Practically half the current expoud-
l iture goes to pay war interest, war
pensions   anil   roestablislnnent  outlays.    This Implies double taxes asisot
compared with conditions beforo the tht
•war.     Tin. escape from thu situation I str
is the devopment ot our tiiitional re-
sourcee, increase  in  production ant!
population,* and   niodcijttion   in   unproductive public and private expenditure."
ro if it i:s ro \ i> i: n ce
ntosi'KiTiM; si in mi:
i in: in ri um:i> soi.ihii'n
tho Editor,
Crnnbrooli
tr Sir:
a accordnuc
II. r.ihl.
with
si-ln
gned
Hers !
id and tri
ospectlng,
r> pairs of
e,   mnl
lloiiii
Advertising Km
I'lifttiKf-i lur Advel
this ottioe VVednesd
week tn secure atti
CRANBROOK, BRITISH COLUMBIA
THURSDAY,  .MAV  21,  1020
BUDGET AXD TAXATION
No letters to the ed
ftl except over the
and address of  tlie  writer.      me  rule i      .    1.,lt,,nui(i   «.-iri-ini-     wno    rnlntlnn
Admits of no exception. A l('tlirue(l warrioi    was   relating
— j his experiences to a mimebr of old
friends in the village Inn.     After exhausting hia supply of tales, he was
asked.
"Did you use any high  exploslvos
  ] over thero?"
Under the above caption the|   "Well, I ain't sure about that," he
replied. "But whtn our battalion
was up the line once a shell struck
our dugout, lifting everything Into
i the air, ar.il when the sandbags came
down Ihey wore all covered with
snow."   Atlanta Journal.
j Wliere l.eniiic te King
Russia, war te belt)
Vancouver Province says:        j
"Tho budget of 1!'-') does not materially change tho tariff policy of thej
country, Thc* customs war tax, which
was last year removed from British
products is now- abolished in respect
to all Imports. So far the Parmer
party has had Its way.     Other ctis-j
turns duties remain substantially the T" Russia, war te being used mere-
name. There are now tuxes ou com-j !>' as a pretext tor the conscript ion
modules whicH tho minister classes «f labor, and whole armies are now
as luxuries, But these art Interna! engaged In ordinary Industrial work
revenues payublo alike on domestic under all tho rigors of military t'ts-
manufacturers or imports, sir Henry cepllue, Lenino may he an idealist
Drayton will not allow lt to be said|uml »o may have In view an ideal
that the benefit of these taxes goes Bolshevist republic; but his is a re-
to Canadian manufacturers instead of | public to bo created by force; the
to the federal treasury. He "Will get workmen are not to do their will,
tho increment but may find that the j bllt "w "'"'■ Compulsion, punlsh-
imposition is moro unpopular thnt|mont' military discipline-under a
the same amount collected at the aea- system ,J-V w,,c" the Btate lms »n Mlc
port and merged into tho regular > ri*htH alld ,ne workmen none—these
price. Acodemic economists toll un aro the niethotl« by which Lenlne is
that taxes ought to bo so levied thai autocracy. — Loudon Daily Chrtmi-
tho payer knows when and how much attempting to build up his Bolshevist
he pays. The practical polltlciuti | c'e*
does  not   find  this  knowledge makes' ~~
tbe average elector much happier.     <•»"»*» "* H'ushlngton
"Many of tho arlicles named will | Merc si/e of territory Is no argu-
not appear to the purchaser to he in-! ment for Hie prerogatives of nation -
xuries, though five years ago the price hOoA. That fs true; and. if Canada
might suggest, extravagance.        The wore merely a stretch of landscape,
general effect of this luxury lax may
be to encourage production and sale
nt a lower price. Tills extra tax Is
not Intended to encourage the sale of
high priced articles. Some will buy
goods of lower price. Some will not
but at all If they can help It. Many
will go on paying tbe price and the
tax, ami so helping Sir Henry io meet
tbo public obligations. Whether the
main purpose of this luxury tax te
to promote thrift or produce revenue
it will to some extent .serve both purposes. Also It will give trailers and
customers a great deal of trouble nnd] prleo,
annoyance. j mines
"No taxes nro popular
which  another  pays,
abstainer  from  liquor,
no matter how immense, her lone
aqnatters would rightly he laughed at
for demanding ambassadorial courtesies. But tills big country nexl
door is the mother of big men. In
every Held of endeavor they have proved their capacity - In agriculture.
manufactures, commerce and trade,
they competjo with the world's best,
lu arts and sciences they aro not
only students but teachers. They
have taken their marvellously rich
country in the rough and turned it
into a gigantically successful entor-
with farms, factories, mills
water powers, railroads, ship-
except those ping, uporatiug on a grand and luc-
To thc total rat!vo scale from the Atlantic to lhe
tobacco  and) Pacific*     When we think of Haiti aud
cards, the budget will li
nations. He was a Bage philosopher I little nations with nfflulal voices at
who remarked that the best of us j Washington, we get tht shock of con-
find somo enjoymnet in the mlsfort- limit. Surely Canada deserves to he
lines of others, Ju tho days before!rank, not with the infantile republics
the democracy began to be extravn- and kingdoms, hut with the great
gout, the luxury tax might have been commonwealths. She is headed for
called a democratic proposition. It j world leadership.--The British Am
may not appear so now.    but some erica It  (Chicago).
who find It otherwise will gain sol-1  •**>* —
nee from tho extra tax on Incomes CANNERS  FIND KI'MAH
over five thousand dollars, TOO   KXPUNSI \T
"The  salient features of Sir Harry, —  -■■
Drayton's tlrst budget are postpone'     The National Preservers and P'iuIi
ment of tho general  tariff revision,[Products   Association  of  the   United
strict ndheronce to tho principle of States gave   oui   the nnni ttfmcnt
tariff   protection,   broadening  of   the'last   week that its members will stay
t. bin
i and
lid of Hie
property  ol
des-
iu  returned sol-
it Is proposed lo
returned men lu
I    liavo been In-
■led by the Honorable Minister of
Mines, to select from the Eastern Mineral   Survey   Olstl'Iel     Xo.   5,     three
pairs,    consisting of three men who
huve hud previous experience In  prospecting and three men who nre desirous of learning prospecting;  two of
these, one from each set, to make up
the pair.
Briefly, the proposal is as follows:
Tho Oovernment will provide camp
equipment consisting of lent, ground
kets, cooking utensils nnd
dentals which at. the
itriict will become the
n prospectors, or in
lieu of such equipment the Oovernment will contribute ?50 towards the
purchase of same; the prospectors to
supply their own personal equipment
Further the Oovernment to make
allowance, uniform fur all the province, Of $1,5.0 ror food and otlier expenses, etc., lo each man for each
day in the Held, payable monthly ur
as might ho arranged. At the end of
the season, nun who huve served the
full term of their contract undertaking, properly attested to. will ho allowed,  to  the experienced  prospector
the sum of $125, and to tbe Inexperienced man $10,1.
Those seloctcd will havo to have a
doctors' certificate its to their physical fitness for flic work. They
should be vouched for as to character
anil willingness lo work by responsible parties, and if possible should be
recommended by one of the Returned
Soldiers' organizations.
Applicants will bo required to sign
up ior a definite period covering lho
duration of the prospecting season,
iis muy he decided upon by the Department of Mines.
Thoso wishing lo take advantage
of tlie above scheme, kindly apply at
once to the Resident Engineer. In
rder to save time it Is suggested
hat they forward their qualifications
mnl also obtain a doctor's certificate.
In compliance with tho above regulations, Mention should bo made of
any particular area in which tbey
limy wish to prospect.
Further particulars'may be obtain
ed from the undersigned.
A. (1,  LAXGLEV,
Resident  Engineer,
[Custom Mineral Survey District So. 5
Ktvelstohe- B.C.,
May 17th, 1920.
rOMKHNINU CANADA
On the 10th of .May 170-1. the Duke
of Kent, who was known later as the
father of Queen Victoria, arrived at
Halifax to take command of the garrison there-a position which he was
to hold for almost live years. It was
not, however, his lirst acquaintance
witli the new land, for us Prillce I'M-
imtapd
MOTORIZING THE FARM
THE horse has been declared by Thomas Edison to be the most inefficient
machine in the world,   in return for the amount of food and care needed,
the horse returns less in work than any other machine.
The average team of farm horses coats $41)0, u
good -iet of double harness $100. a wagon without
box $115, making a total of $615.
A Ford Truck costs 1750 at Ford, Ont A Fordson
Tractor costs $850 at Dearborn Mich.
The initial cost of motorizing a farm is slightly
greater than the cost of a horse outfit, but the lower
cost of operation and upkeep of the tractor and truck
and the greater amount of work done easily put
the horse out of the running.
Oovernment experiments have proved that the cast
of feeding a horse is 8.7 cents per working hour.
A team of horses cannot plow more than two acres
in a ten-hour day. At 8.7 cent? per hour or 17.4
cents per hour for a^team, the cost would be $1.74,
or 4? ctntt an aert. A Fordson Tractor plows on an
average of seven acres a day. The cost per aire
averages not more than 71 cents per acre for gas and
oil. The Fordson does three and a half times as
much plowing in a day at a smaller cost per acre.
Suppose you are hauling produce to market or bringing out supplies. If the town is twenty miles away it
will take you a whole day to make thc return trip
with horses. If you havo a heavy load ami the
weather is hot it will take you two days. If il took
you twelve hours, the eost at 17.4 cents an hour for
your team would he$g,09. The average eost of running a Ford Truck, for gas and oil, is -I' -. cents a mile
or $i.su for the forty miles. But with the Ford
Truck you can make the return trip in four hours.
Tlie truck enables you to make three Limes as many
trips anil at a lower cost, per trip.
But this is not all. If you motorize your farm you
can net up an hour later in the morning. Vou have
no horses to feed, groom or harness. Vou start work
after breakfast.
When dinner is ready you stop at the end of the field,
drive your tractor direct to the house, eat your dinner,
and rest till it is time to ko to work again.
In the afternoon your motor works just as well though
the sun is hot and the Hies ure bad.
And at nijjht when work is over you are through for
the day,- no horScs to rub down, feed or water.
You are always free to leave your farm for picnic or
vacation -no worry about horses lei'i behind to he
cared for.
Every way you look at it the motor has the advantage over the horse.   It
means shorter hours on the farm, more work done in less time and at leas cost.
The Hanson Garage
Cranbrook
IWKMTY  Y1ABS   AttO
tixtructe from the Cranbrook
Herald of this date, 1900
Hon. Smith Curtis, minister of mines
under the present government, addressed n j.ood sized audience at Forrest
Hall.
of Governor Harding of the Federal j ]
Reserve Board, "to liquify frozen
loans." is expected by board officers
to alleviate tho financial situation.
and to go far toward bringing down j
prices. !
Governor Harding applied the term
"frozen loans" to credit extensions |
which were permittliiK large stocks [
or merchandise to be held iu Btornge j
for speculative purposes. Addition-! |
al accumulation of goods lu storage,:
ho indicated, could be prevented  by;
iWftljotitst Cljttrtt)
11 A,
sinday next
m., ihvim: worship
H. C. Smith, the Martin government
candidate in this riding was la town
this week for a short time.  Mr. Smith I strit't supervision of credit,
seems to bo making a quiet but act-:    Although legislation    designed
to
oiniien- Panama and Slam  aud  many other ward he bad como t
basis of taxation hy the levy of illr
ect commodity taxes imposed on art.
teles which people
do not buy at all i
small quantities only, increase in taxes on large incomes, and the abolition of the customs war tax.     it appears to be a serious,    and in some
matters a daring effort to meet thc
vast financial obligations of the country without increaFinp; the burden ofj    Miss A. McKowan    addressed   the
those least ablo to pay, and without j esrviCo lust Sunday evening giving a
out of ilie sugar market till the price
of sugar comes down from its present
f small    means j high level.
need to buy In The association claims to represent
eighty-Ave per cent, ot of the manufacturers of that country who make
Jams, jellies and preserves.
BAPTIST CHURCH  NOTES
list,  17.11
Pusllters
Quoboc,
oloty i lie
America in Aug-
in command of the Seventh
ond had been stationed at
He wns very popular in sound the house in which he
lived been me In Inter yoai
sights or tho ciiy and wo
mini I y by thousands of 1
took  an active pun   i],  t!
tion of au n nut tour mm
and in vnrloous olhi
lllllisoir a I'avorln- wi
Jnnunry, 17D4, he rt
Join sir charlo
dies and left <
0 or the
iled nn-
' tourists.    Up
thc organi/a-
inslcal   society
ways he ninth
the sutlers. In
Q  received orders to
llrny iu the West lunula by way or Lake
Champ la In
from liu.-hii
packet   wh(
I,IT.I    hy   !L
ml Boston, He sailed
ou February -. on a sum)]
i was very nearly capt-
'rench worship,      U the
French odlcerH liiu
English prime wiih
craft it is very like
would have lieen t
lint   the   Prince   re
known  thnt  nn
aboard the little
y that Hie vessel
unk of cultured,
ichod   Martini ue
Ivc canvass of the district.
W. N*. Clarke, Strathcona Horse,
writes the Herald Interestingly of his
experiences on the transport on Wb
way to South Africa to serve with the
Canadian contingent In tbe Boer War.
A great galena strike was made between walls on the Dean property,
near the North Star, and there Is little
doubt that the North Stnr district, 20
miles from Cranbrook, will make one
of title great silver-lead camps of the
world. Tbe ore Is reported to tie a
solid body six feet through.
James Taylor, uu oldtoiuc prospector, who hus a camp on Perry Creek,
wan in town this week. Mr. Taylor
was one ot the. discoverers and locators of tiie Mastodon, on Perry Creek.
William Fernk, n pioneer of thc
Crows Nest country, aud one of the
principal owners of the groat Fernlo
coal mines, wus In town several duys
this week. As is well known, be Is a
candidate for political honors, a type
of tho old school of frontier gentleman, and por.hrsscd of a reputation as
a man of sterling integrity.
in safety and later look part lu the
capture or Port Bourdon nnd St. Im-
cia.
When he returned to England later
it was with n clear conception of the
cllppllng Industries and business act-! thrilling** account  of  her  work  wiih! vast wealth  anil possibilities of the
Iv'ities, or weakening public and pri ! the American Hed Cross in Siberia,    i domains of the  Empire  in  the New
vate credit. The Young People's service will he [World,    nnd    In later years bis In-
"It    ts    inevitable ihat a taxation, held on Friday evening nl 7 p.m. The finance In the old world was of much
scheme like this will have many fen- Illustrated story of "Cod's Wonderful
tures which are unpopular both with! House" will be continued.
seller and  buyers,     Thc  very ffact I - *-*■» *
that the taxpayer knows exactly what.    If it's job printing you are In need
tax  ho is  paying  when   he  pays  it  of, telephone tlie Herald and let our
will    be   an    unpleasant   reminder.[solicitor call,
though n the disclosure it points thc
way of escape',     lu fixing the dividing line between luxuries and neces-
asststnnce to the Empire that was arising iu the west. Through him. too,
his daughter, the Princess Victoria,
destined eo lie Queen of the nation
for over three score years, received
We ire at your service!hor first impressions of tho value of
with an equipment second to uone lnj the North Atuorlcim territories.
drive foodstuffs from storage is now j
[lending In Congress, It has been
said tt lift t ca refill withdrawal of credit from speculators In fond products
might accomplish more that statutory regulation.
7:30 V. M.—Divine Worship.
Preacher: HEV. It. W. I.EE
You nr** Invited
SERIES TWENTY
STUDEBAKER
SPECIAL SIX
the Province.   Buy at home and help
make Cranbrook a Mflper eity. J
Subscribo for the Herald, 92 year.
ItAMiKKK'  POLICY  IN
POHCING LIQUIDATION
(iirtiillmfjii of Credit hy Amer-
erlcnn Hanks Forcing Real*
Itenllzntion on Securities
New York. — Stringent credit conditions have provoked further extensive selling of Liberty Bonds and also of Victory Notes, and new low records iu.vo beon recorded on the
stock exchange.
Heavy liquidation over thc counter
or at private sales has also been reported hy hunkers and dealers ln
bonds.
Washington. — Adoption by American bankers of the recommendation
Perhaps you can epual the performance ot the SPECIAL SIX--but
you can never EXCEL it!
/        IIO-lui'li iv lied base.      FIvc-piiMfCliger   ."ill li.p.    Inlei ni.'ilhitr IruiiKmhsluii
l.cuiilue leather uplioMcry.
ford lire*.
CLEVELAND BICYCLES-SEE THEM
FRANK DEZALL, Local Agent
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Shop Plione No. M
■ ■■'.-. Thursday, May 27tli, 1920
I 111:      C KAN R ltd OK      HER ALU
i' A tt i:  t a r e e
DID CLARKE
(Continued from Page One)
Justed and tlie referee announced the
main event would tako place, introducing the men, announcing when he
mentioned McCarthy's name that he,
McCarthy, was claimant to the lightweight championship title of Canadn.
The crowd cheered ami Referee McBwan thon instructed the men as to
the rules of the game, lie used his
lists tn Indicating what punches
would not Ik- permitted under thc
rules and the men stepped back to
their corners and awaited the sound
of the gong, shaking bunds and going al il at a lively rate for the opening round.
How It l.otikrd to a Itluu-sldcr
ftoimil 1—Both men sparred for au
opening and each sized up the other 'h reach and met lmd or defence; »i
few short Jabs wore ndtulnlstord hy
each aud at one time Ihe two slipped lo the canvas near the ringside.
but were up quickly ami some close
In jabs followed as the gong sound
ed.
Hound 2 McCarthy opened this
round with a left ami light right to
Clarke's head; Clarke got fn a number of well-aimed blows aud won applause from his admirers; McCarthy
countered with several bristling lefthanders and was forcing Uie lighting
as tho gong sounded.
Round It--McCarthy started off with
a light left lo Clark's face and more
close fighting followed, the two men
clinching thc the referee ordering the
two to "break" just as the gong rang
oui. McCarthy's seconds assured him
when he returned to his corner he
bad the best of the battle so far, but
gave him advice as to bow to proceed
in the rounds to follow.
Round 4— This round was clearly
McCarthy's. He got tn some fine
work with his left upon which lie so
much depends and gave Clarke some
punishment at close quartern. It was
lu this round that the table turned
in McCarthy's favor as Clark had the
best of the bout up to this time.
Clarke tried for a stiff upper-cut Jusi
as tbe gong sounded, but McCarthy
appeared to avoid the blow, not receiving nny damage. -'
Round 5—When McCarthy reached
the center of the ring at the call of
time, It was noticed his right eye had
received damage, and his seconds at
the next "rest" gave it attention. It
Is snld he received tho blow at the
hands of bis antagonist that damaged
his optic only slightly in the third j
round in ihe dose-In lighting at one
stag )f the round. There was some
fast fighting nnd clever boxing lu the
fifth round and McCarthy forced his i
opponent to the ropes and landed sev-1
(ml good ones on his head nnd body.
The crowd applauded the aspirant for!
lightweight honors.
Round 6—McCarthy again forces!
the Vancouver boxer to the ropes and]
hammer and tong blows follow the,
arrival of the two nun in the centre j
of the ring; McCarthy smiles ns thej
two are ordered by tho referee lo part j
from a clinch as the gong sounded for '
tbe ending or tliis round. McCarthy
is showing speed and has tlu- liest of'
tho contest.
Hound 8—McCarthy conns up with [
bis   damaged   eye   bleeding   Bllghtly; i
Clarke tries to force the fighting bul
falls to land, notwithstanding he has j
McCarthy on the backward nu>v,> and
on until be reaches the ropes, the Gal*
gary boxer very cleverly warding off
Clark's     well-nimeil     blows     for     a
knockout McCarthy -miles as he
gets free from the ropes and his antagonist and R008 after riarke. lauding on Clarke's face wilb his left and
a light punch with bis rlghl to the!
body. Clark countered with a blow (
on McCarthy'? heart, and McCarthy
forces him lo the ropes Clarke appeared fatlguod- and McCarthy's stc-
ends told him when he arrived in his I
corner the tight was hts
Hound H McCarthy came up fresh i
for this round after his attendants
had given him the besl of attention
the short space of time alloted between rounds; McCarthy appears to
be Just as confident as his seconds
and tin Iwo men mix It; Clarke avoided a well-aimed blow from McCarthy's dangerous left, but as the battle
progressed and about the middle of
this mund McCarthy forced the lighting and Clarke was near his corner
when Iwo tap'i from McCarhly landed
him ou tho upper rope from which be
mink (o the lower, slinking bis bend
Slightly ami banging over the rope
apparently "all In," tin referee starting the count, and when reaching the
fifth or sixth count of ten which
would declare Clarke out. \V. Derbyshire* one of Clarke's attendants,
threw his towel hi the ring and Ret-'
eree McKwnn quit counting, declaring
McCarthy the winner, the Calgary i
man's friends clmbtng into tbo ring!
and congratulating him. Before the;
referee could have finished the count
Clarke was getting to bis feet, but
the fact that his second had thrown
the towel Into the center of the ring
wan the signal that Clarke would not
bo permitted to go further. Clarke,
when he pot to his feet did not even
appear dazed, as is generally the case
In a knock-out, but wan apparently
us tit as when he entered the ring, excepting possibly the, fatigue following
the nine lively rounds. Both men re-
tired to tbelr dressing-rooms, followed by admirers.
W. Derbyshire, Clarke's manager
aud trainer, who was in his corner
during the battle aald, In commenting
upon the light to a Herald reporter
Tuesday tbat ht threw the towel Ib
thc ring to prevent Clarke receiving
the severe punishment which was certain to follow had tho tight continued. "This sort of thing we aim to
avoid, he said." Derbyshire declared
that had Clark kept up his style of
fighting of the first four rounds a different story could be written of tbe
bout by the press.
Both Roforee McBwan and Clark's
manager, W. Derbyshire, were loud in
their praise of tbe treatment accorded
them while here. "Will tho Herald he
so kind as to convey our thanks to
those in charge of tlie boxing tourna-j
ment for the many courtesies extended to us while here?  A finer hunch of
lovers of oloan sporl we have never)
met   anywhere."
clurk ami his manager departed for
Vancouver on Tuesday afternoon's
train. When he appeared at the de-
imt he looked none the worsn from
tho bout, with the exception that bls|
I right eye was swollen nnd discolored,
"1 am going home to the wife and kiddle," he said to il Hi raid man as be
entered the train.
llu ts not the Jlinmle Clarke of live
years ago. While lip posesses cleverness ror :. llmo lu fighting now, he ts
aged to the |Kilut that the long-wind-
ed, fio-the-limit Jimmle of a few years
ago. before tho war, Is fast dwindling
as a boxer. He has seen his best
days.
McCarthy will take a trip to BaniT
and from there will go to Calgary,
having several propositions for bouts
io consder which will be staged la
the near future.
FANS WANT W KNOW WHY
CHIEF NTOPPED THIS NtiHTf
"H-I8CR1MINATEIV* THKT  SATl
Some of the older fight fans are a
little critical of Chief Adams, since it
is reported he put the word "no, nev-
er, not In a thousand years" to the)
proposal made lo sanction a ten-'
round go between George Hogarth ofj
tho Cranbrook hotel and Nick Dow-
enii the well known heavyweight of
ihe lumber mill game hereabouts,    j
Both Xlek and George got a little j|j
chesty and the former bantered thej
latter to dare go ten rounds with him.
George would not stand for the bluff'
aud  Immediately accepted  the chaJ-j
lenge and started ln training.     He
wus out ou the golf links bright and
early Monday, lt. is said, while Nick
.-al about the lobby of the hotel smiling over the fact that George, by bis
actions admitted he, Xlek was his superior,   George   went  on  a  diet  of
milk and toast and was about starved
when Chief Adams came to the rea-
•ue with the word that the two could j
not possibly be permitted to go on lu
the preliminaries at the arena, at the
same time winking to Nick's friends
when lie declared he was fearful the
mil man might not be in condition logo on with his impoitant work at the
s'te of tbe now mil!  at  Wattsburg, I
Milch he thought was of more importance than .Vrohle Leach winning \\
a bet of several hundred he had placed on Hogarth.
Some argume it followed the di -
fc.slon of the chi?f, bui all bets of th..
Mends of the two, Chester Staples
and Manager Brater of the Otis S*n-
;ilcs Lumber Co.. Geo. Twitch ar.d <*p< -
iT.it others were declared off.
It may now develop that the two
v.n l>e got together, but tt Is now f-jlt
bv tbe promoters o' the boxing lour-
mi'iient that the n.*ie best bet u.. a
drawing card was overlooked, and
naturally Dr, Rucledgc and President
Vshworth of the War Veterans are regretful of tbelr slowness tn graspinp
■i sure-tiling crowd fetter.
SCHOOL TRUSTEES GRAHT
A  SALARY INCREASE TO
PRINCIPAL It. S. SHIELDS I
A request presented by It S.
Shields, principal of tho public
schools, nt tho Inst regular motttng i ||
of the Board of School Trustees for
an increase In snlnry of $500 per annum, was granted on a vote of the
trusteos, with but one dissentient.        [|
Tho Increase Is to date from tlie
opening of the fall term of this year,
when Mr. Shields' salary will accord | [|
Ingly become $*J-".»n per year. In support of lis request Mr, Shields drew
lhe attention of the hoard lo salaries
thai prevailed In other cities where
somewhat Similar conditions obtained, and he felt also that tho school's
record merited some recognition
along this tine.
Ah indicated above, the trustees as
a whole, were agreed thut the showing
of lhe school generally was such ns
to reflect a good deal of credit upon
Mr. Shields ns principal, and accord
ingly hts request was met.
GRIP, influenza!
Hamlin'* Wizard Oil • RallabU,
During influenza epidemics spray
tbe nose and throat several times t
day with one part Wizard Oil and
two parts water, using an atomizer.
If you haven't an atomizer, gargle
the throat snd snuff the mixture up
the none. This treatment sets up an
antiseptic wall of defense against
"Flu" germs.
Chest colli-, and sore throat lead
to grip. Stop them at once with
Wizard Oil before they can develop
into dangerous influenza.
Oct it from druggist* for .10c. If
not latistied, return the bottle and
get your money back,
Kver constipated or have nick headache? just try Wisard Liver Whips,
pleaiaut little pink pill., 30c at drug-
fiats.   Uuaraatett
W. D. HILL'S BIG
CLEARANCE SALE
Is Now On in Earnest,
and when HILL puts on a Sale, it is GENUINE.
All our Ladies' Suits, Coats, Dresses are being sacrificed at
331 p.c, or one-third off the regular selling prices:
A LADIES' SUIT, COAT OU DRESS, regular $20,00, for 918.35
no. do, do. do.        27.5(1, tor  lS.S.'i
do, do. do. do. 30.00, for 2ll.no
To clear our Immense Stock, to which has been added
the Large Stock of Belts & Oddy, of Rossland, recently purchased by us, we will place on sale positively
the Largest and Best Assorted Stock in the Kootenays
 =r~_ Consisting of     - —
Staple Dry Goods, Dresses, Suits, Shoes,
Whitewear, Ladies', Misses and Children's Wear
All at 75 cents on the Dollar-
which means a Saving of One-Fourth.
3K3r
I HIS \VII.I. BI. ONE lllM'Oim'SITV TO THE PURCHASER OF SAVING 25 per cent. WHICH MAV MIT OCCUR AGAR' FOR
MANY MONTI
IIIS.
WE HAVE NOT SVACE TO ENUMERATE EVERY LINE, BUT WH.I.
GOVERN THROUGHOUT THE STORE:
1IIIESS I.IMIIIS l\ All. m:« SHI
will  he sacrificed as follows
Regular $1.00 per yard 	
Regular $1.60 per yard	
Regular $-.-"> per yard 	
Regular $3.75 per yard 	
ipeib&M
f
IM
V
HISSES' AMI CIIII.IIREVS U.MIEKIVEAI.
Regular 50c   -H**,-
Regular $1.(10   ..Io
CURTAIN MATERIALS
We believe today we liave tlie largest and
liesi assorted stock of Curtain Materials In
Kast Kootenay. Tliese, too, will be sacrifice*! in like maimer, uamcly,
■-'.. i»-r cenl. OH lleitulur Silllnc I'rlre
CURTAIN SCRIM
Regular IGc   Ue
Regular Trie   toe
CURTAIN MARQUISETTE
Regular $1.25 	
Regular *i"5 	
CURTAIN BATISTE
Regular $1.40 	
MARQUISETTE CURTAINS
Per pair, regular $3.50 	
1'er pair, regular $4.60	
HOUSE IIKESSES
Regular li'.'Jf, 	
Rerfilar $11.76 	
ni'MiAI.IIW APRONS
Ten down Ladies* Bungalow Aprons.
in all iho shades and patterns,
Regular II.M	
TABLE LINENS
Regular 11.73 per yard   HM
Regular 1-1.50 per yard   1.SMI
Regular (2.75 per yard   i.i".
ONE HUNIIREII VARUS TABLE LINEN
ItoRular $1.25 yard   (S.S0
THOUSAND VARUS EI.ANNEI.ETTE
Regularly sold at 40c 30e
Regular «0c   4.1c
N.R.—We will only sell ten yards nf above
to each customer.
CHILDREN'S SHOES
Regular $1.50   JUS
  i.0.1
MENTION  A  PEW, WHICH  Will,
LADIES DPESSES
Kc   Regular JJ.7C
♦ 1-15
11.0.'.
ti.tM
em
tn.'tit
. i.-ui
BUYS' SHOES
Up to slie 6U, regular $«.50   M.M
Regular JS 50   i.f,
MISSES' SHOES
Regular $3.73 IJ.--0
Regular $1.5   :i..v>
LADIES' SHOES
Regular JC.OO     Jl-.il
Regular $10.50     J.S..
Regular $18.50   J, 10
I.IRIS' IMI HOYS' HOSE
Regular 40c 	
(I.I.-. Regular
liie
LIMES' WHITE VOILE WAISTS
LADIES' hose
Regular 11.16
M(   Rector 00c.   ISr
Regular Mc
Regular It..
. "He
»U0
Off
Regular 18.00   li*
LAMES' CHEI'E HE IRENE WAISTS
Rognlor $0.60   ||.im LADIES' UNDERWEAR
LAMES' GEORGETTE CHEI'E BLOUSES    Regular 90c   70r
1-rettlesl we have ever shown. ltepuler $1 25     ISc
llcuular $12.5(1   »<M0 Regular $2.0(1 $1.30
CORSETS at One-Quarter
Regular Prices
MANY LINES OE MERCHANDISE SLIGHTLY DUSTED Wll,I. HE SOLD REGARDLESS OE l'llll I.
Regular $12 5(1   III.IU
Regular $l«oo   IIIUO
Itck-ular IM-00   HMO
Regular $87.60   MM0
The -nine Iteilnctii,,, nlll lie n*a*le nil
LAMES'   SUITS   Wli   COATS
ALL OUR PRINTS will bo sold
during ihe Sale, at per yard   2*>r
Sale will last Two Weeks Only. ™8 FJtfufSZlZ,
requirements.   We will positively not exchange any article once it leaves the store, nor can we per-
mit any articles to leave the store on approval.   Bring in a list of your requirements, and SAVE 25c
ON EVERY DOLLAR'S WORTH PURCHASED.   Call and make a comparison of our offerings before
purchasing elsewhere.   WHEN HILL PUTS ON A SALE-IT'S CENUINE.
The LADIES' MISSES' ami
CHILDREN'S STORE
Exclusively
W. D. HILL
Tho LADIES' MISSES' »■•<-
CHILDREN'S STORE
Exclusively P A 0 E  FOUR
THE  CRANBROOK  HERALD
Tliiitsiliij, Mil)  27th, 1920
The Razor
for Men Who Are Doing the
Work
BfgriJlette*"
All over this country, the Gillette Safety Razor has
flood friends in the men who work mightily with
hand and brain.
These men appreciate the betSl kind of an implement that it is possible to produce for its specific
job shaving! The hard-tempered, double-edged,
scientifically-sharpened blades
are the same Gillette
Blades that stand lor a
saving in time and effort
to millions ol men the
world over.
With these blades you get
the cleanest, smoothest,
most satisfying shaves
you ever had in your life.
No Stropping—No Honing!
Why not go to a dealer today
and choose YOUR set frum hi,
Gillette stock >
Gillette
Razor
Safety
$5.00
the
Set
MEETS CRESTON
BOARD OF TRADE
C. 1*. It. Mints to Mtik«' Iniprovc-
jiifuls hi Service ut That       [l
Point
1 ; <\ 8, Mnliarg, C. P. H. BUperinton-
Item at iliis point; paid a visit to Cros-
! ton on Wednesday last, when lie met
I tiio transportation committee oC tho
board of trade there, and discussed t
number of Improvements the board
Ims lieen asking for nl that point.
Mr. Maharg definitely assured that
a satisfactory auto loading and unloading platform would be provided
forthwith, and gavo serious consideration of tho si-vi'i'iii otlier requests.
lit' gave good heed to ihe request
j for a water supply to tht stuck cor-
; nil. hut would not commit! himself
. until ho had onqulrotl fully Into lhe
quantity of stock londod out and In at
1 creslon.
I As io telegraphic service bo .staled
that, with a stag ot three nun al [lie
station this season It would he possible i<> arrange tholr house so that a
satisfactory botvIco was given, ntul
| linn Hie same applied to the hand-
! [lug nf oxpresH and frolght.
The ui.nti r of increased freight
handling accommodation was still he-
I fore the company, which rocognized
thai the volume of business originating there warranted increased ware
house space.      In view of Ihr possible
placing uf an agent at Erickson ami
the diverting of much of thc I'm it ox-
port to that point, ii is jusi possible
the needed    increased    freight shed;
I space will not be   forthcoming until
1021, when a new shed on the other:
side of the track will most likely he
built
Vice-President Coleman of the ('. P.
i It. was a Creslon visitor the follow-'
Ing day,  passing  through  hy special
! car behind tlie  passenger, Mr.  Ma-
I burg having gone through to Si
io coilfer witii lilm.
SUGAR NOW,
mt. TOI.MIi: WARN8I
1'resenl
Dniiu;.
I'm-
Iiuhck  Will  Avoid
nl' Mem-re Sii|ipl>
Lalor On
Buy your hub
rush later on <
season. This 1
in a statement
Dr. s.  F. Tolm
r nOM   ami avoid lhe;
irlng tho preserving
the advice given oui I
ssued latt ly through •
. Dominion Mlnlstor
ol' Agriciilturo, by the Canadian Trade
Commission,
Dr. Tolmle Rtatos Unit he was
prompted some time ago to obtain
data from the Commission os to the
"cxncl situation" regarding tho sag*.
in* supply.
The siHtenient runs in part as fol-
"Before th.
more sugar tl
able lo export
than llfty per
tonnage of be
that   all   the
war Europe produced,
nt it required, anil was
today il produces less;
cent of ite ante-bellum
■t sugar,     This means!
European   nations   nro
Ask for
QUAKER
BRAND
iff
QtWKBS
w
RfniGEE BEAN*
Vegetables put up andor QUAKER BRAND nre the choicest
of the pick frnm British Columbia's fertile valleys.
REFUGEE 15I-.ANS
are  lender   lull-'  green   beans,
(Btringless),     The flavor is most
delicate.
YOI It GROCER
HAS TIN'I!
Dominion ('aimers it. ('., Ltd.,
Ileu.l Ofilcoi
Vancouver, It. C.
something of mohi:
than i'sial imkitksi
at res this week
| Unusual Interest will be taken In
i iho Bhowlng of "The Accidental Honeymoon" at the Hex Theatre next Friday .mil Saturday, for it is the picture In Which Captain Roborl Warwick appeared before lie went to the
j lighting front, having heard the call
, of tlie flag, and sorvlng iu the interest of Uncle Sam.
■*The Accidental Honeymoon" is a
Harry Hapf production and wus directed by Leonce Perret. Voung romance Is a dominating Influence of the
story. There Is much bright comedy,
some unique and amusing situations,
and a steady ow of Interesting events
lea-ling up to u fixed purpose.
Captain Warwick ouacts the role
of a young artist who Is despondent
and tired of life until a certain young
girl dawns upon his vision. Tho girl
is portrayed hy Elaine Hammersteln
Cnpl
ORE TEST 1'LANT
I IS  SUM,   AFLOAT
Strom;   Efforts  liolntr   Made
Locale It nt the Const Instead o!' in Kootenay
lo
LODGES AMI SOCIETIES
I.O. 0. I.
KEV CITV LODGE, No 42
Meets every
Muml-iy night
at Fraternity
Hail        HoJourn;i.:;    Oddfellows
cordially Invited
Noble Grand,        Reo. Sec,
J. H. Camoron        W. M. Harris
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Craikrook, ll V.
Meets everv Tuesday at 8 p.m lo
tbe Fraternity Hall
C. o. Borgstrom, C. C.
C. II. Collins. K. It. & 8.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited to attend.
I.KAM1KOOK
FARMERS' INSTITUTE
Itegular Meeting
U(OM.   SATI'IUMY  ot each
mud Hi at 2 p.m. lu the 1 Ht) Hull
eve
That there was a good possibility
lhe ure testing plant, for which prospectors and mining men In the Kootenay bad agitated, being located at
tlu Coast Instead of In tlie Kootenay
unless Immediate representations
were made by those interested in
having it located in this district, was
the opinion of J. W. Mulholland, president of the British Columbia Prospectors' Association, expressed in a
recent interview gtven to the Nelson
News, after bis return to that city
from a visit to the Crauhrook and
(.'rows Nest country.
Mr.  Mulhollttnd   was   In   possession
of n   letter  written  by   It.  F.  Green.
..n Warwick's leading woman In | M*p* r°r Woat Kootonny, In reply lo
al other important pictures.   The
i nriist sets out to win the girl
competitors with America for thel
Cuban crop, ahout half of which lias I
already been sold. The Cuban crop'
itself, it may be remarked, has reduced itself ten per cent, from the
lirst estimates made.
"Tho Commission fn Canada and
tho railed States lias increased, aggravating the situation. U is now
D2 lbs. per capita In the States andj
05 lbs, In Cannda. The price generally of refined sugar hi Canada Is
considerable below that being charged in the United States, and it Is apparent there can be no drop looked
» for until tho new crop comes in. ■
I '•Owing to the experience of last
year various organizations in British
Columbia have tried to Impress upon
the public the necessiny of absorbing
as large quantities of BUgar as possible at present, in order that when
the heavy using season arrives in
.June. July end August, a hand-to-
mouth campaign such as was experienced last year, may be avoided, and
at the same time preclude the p0SSl-|
hi I ity
FINE MUSICIANS IN
NELSON RAM)
Waste   1'rovitleri    Was   Strong
Feature    ol'     Holiday
Week-end
The city of Nelson'should consider
itself favored above most other places
in possessing ji musical aggregation
such as tho <i. W. V. A. Bnnd, and tho
local veterans made no mistake wheu
thoy contracted to have them como to
this city i'or the hlg cologrntion Inst
week-end. Tbelr music was ouo of
tho brightest features of the holiday.
Neither can it be said that they were
sparing with their talent, for they
wore at It often and long, but always
to tho koon enjoyment of tbelr hearers, young and old alike,
Under tho able leadership of Mr
l*\ Warner Smith,- they came ah-;
out twenty-five strong! brass, reed,
wood wind, drums and "trimmings"
forming as complete uud well trained
an organization as could he round any-:
where in  tbe province,       l-'ew  of the
public generally ean appreciate lli^i
work that is necessary lu getting 10-
gether such a collection or instrumentalists and preparing programs of
the fine tpye presented bore. Tiny
arrived on Sunday afternoon, and in-;
cldentnlly au orchestra formed from
amongst the versatile bandsmen hnd.
provided much pleasure for the passengers on the bout thnt afternoon bo-
tweon Nelson and Kootenay Landing
by giving some selections'from their'
repertoire during the trip. On Bun-
doy evening they commenced their,
good work here by giving a concert at
the Arena, which a good sized crowd
took iu and derived much pleasure
therefrom. On Monday all through1
thc day their music was in evidence.!
helping to create the holiday atmosphere, and their labors were extended well hito tlie small hours of the
following morning providing music for
the big danco that closed tho festivities of tho day. Tbey left on Tuesday, giving a few martial selections '
as ihey marched to tho station, anil,
were accorded tt hearty sendoff, which
should at least make them feol thnt
their splendid efforts fell on responsive ears.
Come again, Nelson Baud, and welcome.
SHOE POLISHES
THE  BIG  VALUE  BOX
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SMELTERS     AM)      ItEliNEKS
I'urehasers nt (.old, Silver. Copper und Lead Ores
Producers of Oold, Silver, Copper, lllucslone, I'ig Leud and
Zinc "TAIIANAC" Brand.
of losing large quantities oil
able fruits. Tn view ot nn- ■
nuillliime    lho    world  over,  it
neeni to lie a well advised pot-
OPERATIONS
UNNECESSARY
HEPATOMA removes Gull Stones
corrects Appendicitis ln 2i hours
without pain, Registered under
Pure-Food and Drug Act.   $6.00
Sole Manufacturer
MRS.   GEO.   S.   ALMAS
Hox I0T8 i'ito 4th Are. 8.
 Sgglmloop, Sash.
AGTUCVT/rUlUl
PRODUCTION IN B.C.
Fiiriires Show Thnt Farmers of
Province Arc liohitr Their
Kit   i'or  Development
Agricultural production in British
Columbia totalled in value Inst year
eight times thnt of MOD, when lho
production figures stood nt JS.u'm..-
000. Thero has lieen a stonily Increase in the value or B. <*. fnrm products since that year. 1010 showed
an increase of more tluiii 75 per cent
over tlie year previous, exceeding in
tlie aggrogato fourteen aud a half
millions. 1011 added liffty per cent.
to this total naklng the total twenty-
one and two-thirds millions. Continued steady Increase was made until 1916, when thc total exceeded
thirty-two millions.
In   1017.    *37,;661,850   represented
total  value of tlie output,  while  tn
IBIS the value had increased to $19.-
6Si,425.
Vor 1920, the Hon.  E.  D. Harrow.
ulster of agriculture, says that the
al   it turns    will    approximate  at
st $04,000,000 In value, a very sat-
aetory  increase over  the previous
yoar.
; Imports continue to increase, but in
constantly dwindling proportons
While our production iu 1900 was
$S,000000  our  Imports     were    more
than   |U, 1,000.      In   1.-19   imports
wore little more than one-third in
value of tin1 homo production. Tlie
llmo should be near at hand when
actual dermises in importation of
farm products will he recorded,
j If It's Job printing you are in need
of, telephone ilia Herald aud let our
solicitor call. We are at your service
with uu ei]iii[iuient second to none In
the Province,   Buy ut home aud help
' make Cranbrook a blffer city.
for his wife, but he hns so much
trouble In winning her thnt It often
seems ns though his efforts were to
fail. Captain Warwick's tine interpolation of Uio young nrtlr.t. and
Miss lliimniersiein's beauty, vivacity
and brilliant acting help make "The
Accidental Houeytiiuon"    one    picture
among hundreds. *Ȥ
letter written by Mr. J. F. Huchcroft, secretary of the Kast Kootenay
Association, dealing with the subject,
Mr. (ireen's letter reads:
"I lir.vp your communication of the
5th  in.t.,  aad  havo  carefully  noted  WfOtC
.. .:. ;.ij:--.i:c.viiE;.:jr^:':!f:r"KiB-:™i-irtj|a|Ji
MM
***
Mrs. F.C.W.
this:
If  ynu   want   uews  while  it  aewa.
ubscrltie  for  tin   Herald
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
9ti In
the
Hall  ,
^uoiday ■
Par
first
afternoon   ol
every   montii
ul il [. ta.
■■&<
Pro . Mrs. E.
.11. Nimna-i
■ae;. Mrs. J. w. Burton, P, t) H01621
All laillea co-dlally Invited.
Hill I IMI   I ol I Mill!
I'KOSI'MTOIIS*   ASSOCIATION
Fait Kootona) District
Organization ci'niplclea Jan. 7,
1920, membership roll open far tlie
enrolment of prospectors, Aiinll-
rations ond correstmii'lenrc with
suggestions tending to pramate the
Interests of prospeotore solfolted.
Annua! membership fee, 15.00.
RtAII TIIK IIKItAI.0 AMI QET Till:
NEHS-OM.V S2.nu PEIi VEAII
Hotel
Coeur
d'Alene
The Hotel Willi a IVrmiu-
alllv.
Pn
We
Mine.
name
Conveulenl to livt-otlilng
iflte
Very Moderate lUtea
**k
conlonte of same. I have tried t
convince tlie minister of mines Urn I
it would be wise to have the testing
plant for which an appeal lias heen
made, erected somewhere in the ICoo-
tenay; but dn fortunately, have not
been very successful lu Impressing
that particular view upon him, us It
seems to he tlie idea of every man in
his department that thc plant should
ro to the Const, However, I have
uot given up hope yet, aud will still
continue to press my views upon lllm,
i —It. F\ Oreen,"
j In view of the fact that tho appropriation for tiie plant wus iniuk. nn
jtiie representations of Kootenay
boards of tritde and mining nun, anil
!of the impossibility of shipping ore
I to the const aud bach again for testing purposes, Mr. Mulholland will lay
j this latest phase ot the matter before
i the Nelson branch of the Prospectors'
I Association and the mining commit-
1 tee of the Nelson board of trade for
[their support Iq gelling the plant located in the district.
Where there is one mine al Uu
(Coast having refractory ore*;, there
OPe " do/en ju the interior. Mr   Mill-
iioiiiinii assarts, and n I logos Hint it
lis  unjust   lo huilil   up const  cities ou
revenues tlmt should he used to open
! up trulls  nnd   roads  of  the Interior !
I if Vnncouvor was to eet the plant, the
'wisest thing for the Prospectors' As-;
isoi'iatlon to do Is to brealt nwny from
'the const  branches, he concluded,
in connection with thin matter the.,,
'('ranbrook   Hoard   of  Trade,   through Mohbq'
its   milling   committee   has   already
taken action, forwarding to Mr. it. ]•',
tireen at Ottawa strong suppori of his
'efforts to huve the plant located  in
the Kootennys instead of at. the Coast.
"I hi ve great pleasure In sending
yon a, salad dressing recipe I used
with good results while cooking In a
lumber camp up tho Coast last summer, wliere fresh milk wns unobtainable.
"Canned milk lind to ho used for
overything, and I mny say in passing
thnt I have never had lighter cakes
ml puddings than those I made with
Milk."
will print Mrs. W/s repice next.
She expressly asked thnt her
be not published.
PACIFIC MILK CO.,
I.IMITKI)
Faeiory at
Auditorium Theatre
Two Days : May 28th & 29th
The Season's Supreme Sensation
A NIGHT IN THE
ORIENT
HII iti: STAIt
OR. DeVAN'S FEMALE FILLS S,':,
midtdlie for all IVtimlc f inpli nl    •', a boi
«i thtve ior fin, i.i .1 <• ■•■!■.• t      United to fin
PH0SPHONOL FOR MEN
fur iftrve nnd Rmlajlitcren -■
• Totik    will l.mt.Ur.ii nil    /.in Ui!
15. .it .Inn; wo--... ci hy in, l|. in .
iiMtiL-.iii.ii. u-t .• ■. .   i LttUarii
FOR PA|INTIN0
-ANU
PAPHRHANQINO
Tel«phou«
JOHN GARD
Plume Nn. 4IID
( raDbrunk,   .    .    . B. 0.
LIFT OFF CORNS
WITH FINGERS
Few   Drop* of ''PrMtfMie*" Then
Corns Lift Off—No Pain I
  J
A tinv bo'ttlf! uf "Fr
little nt. nny ilnin <iiii
tlrojia upon any corn
i tn fitly it stops hurtiugt then aliortly
lift Hint   liiitlieiiiiiiii' com or nilhMJto   locnl
L'zono   oi
i apply
Featuring
ATLANTIC SAILINGS
right  ..n   witli
Nu huubu|l
your  tlogers.    Truly!
Miiuli'i'iil, Qttoltuc, l.ivt-rpiml
Monnntlc ... May -III June Bt) July 24
Canada Ittno 12 July 1? Aug :.'4
niinii t\ mm:
Sew Inik-t li(>rliinira*Hillltlluni|ilun
Now Vork ... Alny 25 Jiinu lil July 17
St. I'iiiiI lime   1 Juno till July 24
Pltllatlclplilo June IB July'in Aim.   7
New Vurk*llaiiiliurir
Maticlitirla .. Juni 10 July ill Sen. II
July   :i Auk. 14 Sep. 2*.
I'llillHlelliliiii.tpieellstowil.l.iverpiKil
Havot-toril .. May 20 July 10 Ang.,21
in: i) sn it i.im:
Now Vork, Soiitlianiplnii, Antm-rp
Kroonland .. June   r. July 10 Aug. 14
Lapland — June 12 July 17 Ante. 21
Finland  ....'.Tune 10 July 24 Allg, 2S
ZcoltllKl tune 20 July 81 Seji.   4
IVIMTi: STAIt LINK
Now   I oil.-(pieeii'.tiiwn-l.i,erpool
Celtic Iiine 10 July 24 Aug. 2!i
Balllc   Juno 20 July 81 Sop.   4
TUnlillu Inly 10 Aug. 14 Sep. IS
Cotlrlo   Aug. 7 Sep. 11
Now   Vork, riioroliourg, Soutlitiniplna
Adriatic   May 20 July :! Aug. 14
Olympic  July 3 Aug.   4 Aug. 28
Now Vork, liilirallor, Naples Genoa
Canopic   July   ti
Crotlo     July 21
I-'op rt.nerval limn und tickets apply
geniH or Company's office,
P,   Surged.  610  Second   Avenue.
Souttlo,   Wanliliupnn.
KHAYM
the
Mystery Man of
India
IK WORRIED!
IF IN DOUBT!
IF WONDERING!
IK IN TROUBLE!
IK SICK!
IK IN LOVEI
Ask Khaym
He Knows!
HDAITIITI. HCDNKItV
GOHCU.ODS  WAHIIItOHK
NATIVE DANCES
ENTRANCING  M CHIC-
PRICES:   Adults $1.10 and 85 cents:  Childen 55c
HEATH ON SALE AT THE IIEATT1E-NOI1I.E 1IIICG STORE.
Mitko your rcsi-rvatloi, now.
t
	 Thursday, May 37th, 1920
THE      CRANBROOK      HERALD
PAGE      FIVE
■mm
"GSUwdj c£hiheWet,t -
^tlhejirtit choice te
MACDONALD'S
PRINCEofWALES
CHEWING TOBACCO
j
<»•'
n
"VN
Must Lower
Prices First
Lord  Nluiiiirhiie*sy   Gives   His
Views ou t'miifui: World
Deflation
Hopes Tlmt  Contraction   Will
He Spread Over A Long;
Period
New York. — "Increase production
4od waste lesK" is tiie advice tendered by Lord Shaushneasy in n review
of tiio present duy outlook published
in iln- Wall Struct Journal,
'•it should be onr prayer that contraction In not swift," suys Lord
Sbaugbnessy, "aiui that price correction In- orderly mid uproad over fl
long period."
'out of the Civil War would care to'
boo Uie experiment tried lien-.
, "Wo all have onr present tares unit
troubles,      Aside from the singular
j (act we are doubtless much better
off witii them tiiau without them, every thinking mun should have fore-
Been them. They are the phenomena
of bygone reconstruction eras passing iu review.   These summer clouds
: wilt soon disappear.      But "we must
'■ be brave and save enough meanwhtU
to impose some   further moratorium
, on  our individual   interests.      Tiiat
; lesson o( tiie great war we need to
practice a little longer.
WRIGLEYS
siii.iHKii SETTI.EMl.JiTS
ASSURED HF SUCCESS
Him. V.. II. Harrow Returni In
( rt-ston   Entliusf-d   Over
Cr<-«iiiii Prospects
U]p'
>
m
/V-,
l.
Si
LEADING CANADIAN INDUSTRIES
llit Lumber Production of British
Columbia In |**l7*«i*«vulucdi*l JJ million
dslliri and a little over one-quarter «1 Die
total Canm-Han production.
B. 0. MillsTrwnnft* Timber Co*i
Plant at Vancouver.
Vlctoria,—  Returned  men  located
on   the   Creston   soldier   art   making
wonderful progress, and will shortly
be a   Strong  factor  in  tile  incrca°eil
History   will   repeat   Itself,  as   It production effort    of    this province,
|did after the American revolution, at.|Th,g   Wfl() |he opjn(on Btfltod tj>. Hon
K. D, Harrow, Minister of Agriculture, on his return a day or two apo
from a ten days' trip to Kootenay1
points, during whicli he vsfted the
settlement areas at Creston und Fernie, in company with Col. H. 1). Da-
vies, head of the provincial land ret-
| i lenient board.
At present, Mr. Barrow stated, one
hundred veterans with their families are living in their own homes on
the Creston area, aad consequent upon the success attending their efforts
applications from many other returned men to he allowed to come under
tiio scheme are heing received.   The
did after tiie Aunrican revolution, af
ter the Civil War, and after the great
European wars of olden times. "Op-
til commodity prices are lowered,
there  can   be  no  real   liquidation  Of
wages," the statement continues, "it
was true a yenr ago, and remains
trno now. We must Increase production and decrease wasteful con-
s uinptlon. 1 n otlic r words, we
must reverse the Industrial processes necessitated in both Canada nnd
the United States by the war. The
war consumed more men, more food,
more clothing and more raw material than all the wars siuce 1760,
though    it   left mankind richer than
NEW VOTERS' LISTS
FOR PLEBISCITE
Officials   Now   Busy   oil   Work
Preliminary  to  Compiling
New Lists
Already a large number of thc nani-
of registrars who will act under the
new Provincial Elections Act passed
at the recent session of the I-iegfsla-
ture huve been named, and those appointed to act in Kootenay and Boun-
ary constituencies were given out in
last week's Herald. The selection
of those »ot already officially named
has now been made, it is understood,
and already in some ridings of the
province work on tlie preparation of
tor the compilation of the voters' lists
is well under way. The fixing of the
polling divisions in the various ridings is ahout completed, aud shortly
the actual compilation of Hie lists
will bo proceeded with. In addition Ut the deputy-registrars who are
being named as government officials.
to take the names of voters who desire to pet on tlie lists, the various
political parties aro entitled to name
election commissioners empowered to
perform a similar work, and there
are also a number of provincial officials who are clothed wltll the necessary power to take applications.*
SEEKING MEN FOR
PROSPECTING SCHEME
FILLING IT GAPS IX
PROVINCIAL  HIGHWAY
AN  EVENING   WITH
KHAYM AT THE
AUDITORIUM
One of the features of the offering
presented hy Khaym. the Mystery
Man of India, which will he at thc
Auditorium Tin aire lor iwo davs.
comineuclllt)  May  Mtll, is   Vvo'tme  1 ;i
Ualne whose bllHhg states thai she
Is the family pet. This little lady
offers a series of child inipersona
tions which depict the child attributes and character. This little lady's
presentation Is a unique iHversion,
interspersed as ii is between the two
pans of occult phenomena.
This is only one of the fcaturos
that will be offered. The main draw-
lug card Is, without a doubt, Klmym's
original Interpretation of (otopathy,
or thoughl transmission, Advanco
reports indicate that this man is pre
settling ';,,(* of tlu tuosi bnffllng'dohi-
onstralUms of psychic research thai
theatrn goers will ever have a chnnce
to witness.
A letter from Hesidpnt Engineer
A. G. Langley, of tlie Eastern Mineral
Survey Dictrlct No. fi, with office at
Itcvelstoke, in this issue of the Her
aid, sets out tlie scheme nnnounced
some time ago hy tlie provincial government, in regard to aiding returned men in prospecting for minerals,
It iH set forth that fifty men are to
ho selected from the entire province,
one half of whom are to bp men with
somo previous .prospecting experience
and tlie remning half inexperienced.
The men will he sent out in pairs.!
one from each of the groups mentioned above, for whatever period the
prospecting season shall be deemed
to cover. The government will provide camping paraphernalia, or contribute $50 towards it. while the men
oro expected to furnish their personal equipment 91.60 per day will he
allowed each man for food, etc., and
at the end of the period the government will pay the experienced man
n sum of $125, and the inexperienced
man $100.
Applications are invited immediate
ly, and three pairs of men can he enrolled from this district, according
to Mr. Langlcy's letter.
Hon. J. II. Iti ii p.   Minister   of
Public Works, Inspects Pro-
gross In Roml Work
The provincial governmeni lias now
entered upon the final pint nf its policy of completing the provincial
highway, according io an announcement nu.de a few days ago by Hun.
Dr. King, minister of public works.
Dr. King, accompanied by Mrs. Kin?:,
lias recently come from Victoria to
the Boundnry nnd Kootenay districts,
o» an inspection tour of the work
that ie being done ou the hlghwly
system. The minister arrived in this
city Inst week-end.
Tenders have heen called for the
completion of tlie gaps iu tho provincial highway. The sections included are Hossland to Poison, Thrums
to Brilliant, near Nelson, the Qsoyoos
hill link. Kuskanook tu Sirdar, aud
the Revelstoke west ro: d.
Wkmw% your head feels like
rrnCH a bagket 0f broken
bottles—you need
BEECHAM'S
PILLS
Stomach or bowel disorder poisons the blood
and thus irritates the
rest of the body.
1 «fMl Ski* mt Amr MitfclM la ft* WaritL
SaUmnwhrntiCuifc- Im In*, tit.. Ut.
OTHER TABLETS NOT
ASPIRIN AT ALL
[ever before,   1 believe,   iu tho royal j prox1mlty ' of Qreston  district to the
but yet unwoven fabric of good will.; -—     .   ;   ,'.'■;   ,;-■■: ".::~~:*,
Credit Conservation
i    "On the braod, strong, aud I hope
willing hack of these   two countries,
rests   the   chief task   of   producing
more and wasting less. The United
• States, through its ruerve system,
'.and Cannda, through its branch
■ banks. can hasten this process
; through judicious conservation of
| uew credit.     Hut a broad, concerted
program  of  contraction     in    either
country would still be a congestive
[ stricture, We have no such formula or or program here. It is the.
! task of the farmer, merchant, manufacturer, and finally the consumer, to
co-operate witli the bank to produce
natural deflation."
After tlie warning against the dun-
. gers   nf   too   rapid contraction, the
statement adds:
J    "Kor the  past  fiscal  year Canada
has a favorable trade balance of $221-
j ooo.ooo. Our current commercial
! debit to the United States is the one
drawback.      Perhaps  American  1m-
raigratlon mure than compensates for
that disparity, ln time it will be overcome. Both countries have thrived on adverse as well as favorable
' trade balances,     I believe ours has
come to stay?    We have enough laud
to provide for all the immigrants we
receive.       Over   100,000 men,  women
and children have come   iu   iu the
Sealed
Tight-
Kept
Right
LIQkl .NOTICES
take xonci:
That suy person found trespassing or cutting grass, hay or timber
on lhe laud known aa Wasa Estate,
being Lots Nos. "i54, 207, L'OtiO, 303G,
S102, SOW, Part No. 131, Part No. 6S,
all Croup 1, Kootenay District, will
bo prosecuted and held Uahle for
damages.
A. B. MACDONALD, K.C.,
Solicitor
For CONRAD W. JOHNSON,
S24 Hastings Street W.,
Vancouver B.C,
Owner. 5*26-31
prairie markets permits ot quick
transportation ot smell frutte, and li
is in this direction that the sui ■--
of n,e soldier Settlers lie
The  nilninti r eulogized   tl •■ effed
ivo work of CapL Rowberry, ret   ..*-
ly    appointed   superintendent of the
development operations at tbe lettli
ment.     This, coupled with tbe earnest work of the men I emselves, *■--
sures the full success of the -■.••:■■
The progress   already   made proved
satisfactory to tlie minister, who sta-i
ted the cost of clearing the land Is
reasonable.     Land cleared lost year
is befiifc plowed this spring.
;J. SMITH
i Representing
EMPIRE Him: ami FDR
!      COMPANY
CALGARY,  .  ALBERTA
, .
IX THK KlXliS BKXHI
BETWEEN
JOHN KKBXllilllX.
last twolvo months, Half British anil!1"10 -le.eree in Chambers),   I'lainttir:
— and —■
JAMKS U.BKKT MAXWELL.
COAL CO. Wll.1. CHANGE
1IEA1I OFFICE TO FERNIE
Only Tablets with "Bayer Cross"
are Genuine Aspirin
I
At a meeting in Toronto recently
of tin shareholders of the (.'row's.
Nest Coal Co., it was decided to mj-ve
the head office of tho company to
Pernie. K. M. Voung. secretary ofi
Uio company, attended from Pernie,
ami made arrangements tor the trans-1
ror.
The moving of the bend olllce from
Toronto, where it has lieen ostah-j
lisheil for 28 years, would seem to he
a wise move, both from the standpoint of economy and conventenco,
With the recent change of offlcors,
tin. president, secretary and treasurer nil reside in BV rule, and the assistant secretary, who has been in
change of tli<* Toronto ofllce for a
number of years, will also no there
to reside
half American.      We are Retting flie
best class of settlers in earth.
"With mounting surplus of products and Roods for snle, Canadian
merchants, exporters and bankers
will hold their own in every market.
The  Craze to  Spend
Let us supply you with your uext
counter sales hooks We have a complete line ami prices are as low as
the out of town fellow will give ynu
Tht Crauhrook Herald.
Take your Time—No need
to hurry when you use
EGGO
Ming Powder
Eff-0 Baking Powder Co., Limited, Hamilton, Canada
 • it
Automobile For SeJe
McLaughlin Slx-Cj llmlrr l.-O.I Light .Touring Car,
almost new, five good tires, for sale cheap.       This car
wa£ personally used by owner, and is in A-l running order.
 Apply	
BOX II    .     II ERA I.I) OFFICE     -    CRANBROOK, 1..C.
Tf you don't sec the "Payer Crona"
on the tahli't*. ynu nro not getting
Aspirin—only an nctd imitation,
The "Bayer Cross" te your uitly way
of knowing that you .ire getting genuine
Aspirin, prescribed by physicians ror
over nineteen years and proved safe by
■illions for Headache, NTcurnlgln, Colds,
Rheumatism, Lumbago, Neuritis, nnd for
Pain generally.   Made in Cauadu.
Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets—alio
larger sized "Bayer" packages ean be
ban hi drug Btores,
Aspirin is tlte trade mark (registered
in Cannda), ol Bayer Manufacture of
Mouoacctlcncldester of Snlleylicaeld.
While   it   is   well   known   I hat   AsplHll
moans Haver manufacture, to assist the
public against imitations, the Tablet* of
Haver Company,   Ltd..  will he stamped
Willi tinir general trade mark, the
"Bayer Cross.'
UI.HIKT SHOWS Willi.
SCOPE III'  KXPKItl-
>ii:yiwi, imni work
Kvery farmer iu Canada is Interested hi some phase of the agricultural  work  carried  ou  hy  tin   Dominion  Experimental    Farms   System,
both nt Ottawa  nml on  the twenty
branch farms distributed between the
Atlantic and tho Pacific,     The work
covered on  these   farms  includes  Investigations     with    livestock,    field,
crops,   fruit   growing,  tobacco,  bees,,
poultry, and lu fad all branches or
agriculture adapted lo Canadian con-.
d I tions.     The report of the Dominion ■
Experimental   Farms    for    tht, yenr
191.J    Is     now obtainable from the1
Publications  Branch, Department of
Agriculture,   Ottawa.      This   report
records many interesting and valuable experiments thnt are under way j
Among these are experiments In fee-]
ding livestock   for   market, summer
and winter experiments In fattening
swine, two queen bees in one hive;
variety test  of ecotiomls fibre production, mid prairie flax straw experiments.    Throughout iliis publication j
thoro are many valuable conclusions,
stated   which  nre based  on  tlie experimental   work  conducted  at   these1
farms. <•■
Herbert Maxwell, Alexander
\V, Smith, Mary Abbie Smith,
Administratrix of the Estate
of the late Prescott Smith,
Deceased, and International
Harvester Company of Canada, Limited,
Defendants
ri'ON APPLICATION of the Plain-;
I    "We have labor troubles up there. HIT, upon hearing read the affidavit':'
The constant succession of new lab- of John B. Uugblin and Clarence S.l
or demands is our daily food.   They Sc0" mfd l_frf!?1*-"nd hcarl,lg coun*
. , _   ' * i sei for the Plaiutitt,
arc tho natural outcome of the war ; JT 1S ORDERED that service of.
It is history repeating itself. The I statement of Claim herein upon the!
workmen   must  he  clothed  and  fed! Defendant. Jamts Albert Maxwell, be
after the war as    well as before it ;,Da(,e bytm^iu% "am«! t0Keth« w*«|
, , ,      „ „   ,, , .     » copy of tbis Order by prepaid and
\\ ar-strlcken Europe itself is not in-: registered post letter address-c-d to the
nocent of the  same fantastic  craze; Defendant,  James  Herbert Maxwell,.
: to spend, whicli sends automobiles.' in care of his brother, Herbert Max-
mr*,. mi »•„.,, ...,l artlBte .., ov* Ch^b^ttSio^r^r.t
cr tlie seas In all directions. 1Mb- \ Rctner wlth th-, subjoined notice In
cry spends to forf-ct It lias .so little, "The Herald." a weekly newspaper I
anil prosperity wastes perhaps were-11'-thllshed    ot   (.'ranbrook In British I
1.-   h.......   i,   i «-.   M..-.i.      _.  Columbia once a week for two weeks,
1) because it has too much. »"<!, p^edlne tho 12th day of June. 1920, |
seeks n new sensation. \mi same    Bhai| ^ considered good'
: "Tho American soldiers' demand. and sufficient service of said Statement I
for o $2000 bonus has its counterpart'0' nillra °-> tlle >M Defendant.
i,„ „,, .., ii,,,. ,1,1. ,,, mm,  AXD IT 18 FURTHER ORDERED'
| hi    the   Canadians  claim for $2500., lha, „|e I)e(endaIlt|    Jame,    Albtrt!
( miuda has provided tor her soldiers. Maxwell, do llle Ills Statement of De-i
their willows ami children. She has fence in the office of the Deputy C'ltrk i
tilted them for occupations   and bos\ot "le ■'•'own and Pleas of the Court!
h " *• rnw"r key H* tSMRftfiJK srs.%s
beon glvoti honorable precedence in Ince of Manitoba on or before the 12th:
all positions, public iis well as piiv- June, 1920.
AND IT IS FURTHER ORDBRED
that the costs of this application be
costs In the cause.
illlUlo. PELTS,
i
! I I 1!S. lIOnSE-TTAIR
J AMI WOOL
i	
jlli.-li.-st Caali Price I'ald to
i      in- Secured in Innudu
SINCE 11870
ILOH
'30S¥SP3COUGHS
IMtOFKSSIONAI,  CARDS
Ur*. Green \ tiai-Klnnon
I'liHriau-* and Surgeons
Ofllct  at   residence,  Arm.-irorij
Avenue
OPFK E HOURS
Forenoons   9.00 to 10.00
Afternoons   2.00 to 4.U0
Eveningi  7.30 to 8.30
Sundays      2.2*1 lo 4..10
CRANBROOK. B C.
It cranbrook  hotel
UK. P. II. MILKS
DENTIST
Office 111 Han-it.il Block
OFFICE HOURS
1                 9 to. 12. a.m.
1   to    6   p in
1            CRANBROOK, B.C.
•■a^N-^^
I ii it. iv. a . f i: it 1.11:
( I1KMLSI
1 ('aiiiplii'll-Xiiiiiiini!  lllm k
i I'liuiie tn
J llttire Hours, II In l-Ji I In .'. (i.iii.
ate, Onr Turin lands, wnth funds to
linnllce tlieiii. are theirs for the ass
Milt. We hesitate lo comply with a
demand which would dim a record
us Illustrious us lhe classic nlory of
Undent   (.recce, and  would entail  a
-iionith tn reniemlH-i'    the expanding;
corrupting  pensions system built up for sale dated
\ covering 8. -*.
DATED at Winnipeg this llth day
if .May, 1920.
(slgnedl (IKOIU1E PATTERSON',
Referee.
Notice to be published with tlie fore-
greater lliuil loss on them ihun any -jolng order:
possiblo lienollt. For ourselves, we ] "This action is brought to enforce
feel Hint no man who has lived long ".■••'-He performance by the I'laintlff,
James A. -Maxwell, and other Defendants named therein of an agreement
Ith February. 1908,
3 and N. W. 11*2*14
IW. under which the Plaintiff claims
j payment of |d679.11, wltll interest n<
0 per cent from 10th February. 1919
I to payment or Judgment, and the costs
! of tills action, and in default of pay-
incut of said sum and Interest and
, costs, for foreclosure of the interest
. of thc Defendant, James Albert Mar-
well and tlie other Defendcnts In lhe
said agreement for sale and In the
lands therein mentioned.
DONOVAN t SCOTT,
Plaintiffs Solicitors.
ilo-s-at
PEAXD, SI-KI'll'lllATIOKS,
ESTIMATES   AM»
SII'EIII.NTEMIAMi:
KeDHideliliig ami He-pair* a
Specialty.
t.    f.    Htl HIRIIET
MoiiIhuh llislaumul
Meals al All llours
llgars, t'lgarettel and I aud,
CRANBROOK HTKKET.
Opposite the Bauk of t'ommeroe
NURSES
ADVISE
Zam-Buk, because they lave prove*
that It Joes what Is claimed for tt.
Miss E. L. Doi-y, graduate nurae,
of S220 Michigan Ave., Chicago.
■ays: "I have a patient wbo suf
fared terribly with piles. Znn Buk
Is tba only remedy that gave her
relief.
"I hava used Zam-Buk myself
for the same ailment, alia (er sores
ami burns, and have tka greatest
confluence is lt."
It II IV I, A N II   KIN li
MI.MXfl i:\i.i\t:i:n
Vkc-l-resiilciit
The C. M. Knssclt Co., Inc.
Engineers, .Meiallnriilsts
I'licniist.*, Assayora
Laboratory Supplfos
•Jii;-'-'ii!i-'.'ll-il.'l  llnll  Slrcel
SI'OKAXE,  WASHINGTON
tin: home uakeby
KubL Iramr, Prep.
Krisli llriinl. Cukes, Pies
mnl I'nslrj
Phone 37
Norbury Ave.      Opp City Kail
SET fill K
F. .11. MACPHERSON
I'nilfrlnkcr
I'h,un- »:,ii
Serbury Aie, neil lo I'll., Hall
CHAS. S. I'AltKKK
Forwarding and  Distributing
Agent for
Lethbrldge and Ureenhlll Coal
Imperial Oil Co.
Dlstrbutlon Cars a Specialty.
Ilriijiiiir umi Tnui„iYrrlng
Given prompt attention
Pbona 13
If you want news while It news,
aukacrlb* lor tba Herald- I
Job Printing
AT THI
i Herald Office
MONUMENTS
Kootenay (■ntiiftr & Mon*
umriitHl Co., Ltd.
(laiiflml Stone Contractors ami
MomiuiAittal Winks
Frtit SL, Mtlson    I*. O. hei M&
CRANBROOK   rOTTAOl
HOSPITAL
I'rlmte Parsing Homo
Llcflaied hy Provincial Oort.
Matrrnltt aud (•'pncral Nuriliff
MaftMgn anil Hr-i Cure. MlRheit
Hnterencnu, inrnis inodiTale.
Appl-f Mri. A. Crawford, Matron
Plioni 151 P. O Boi 846
Addraai, Oardan Art. Cranbrook W"™^^™
PAGE SIX
I HE
C It A N B R ll 0 K
I
HERALD
REX THEATRE
Amusement Par Excellence
litiniv \ SA'lTIIIUl
Robert Wiirnick
"THE   ACCIDENTAL
HONEYMOON"
"Scaled to Antlers"
ana Comedy entitled
"Never Surprise Your
"Wife"
MUMMY   IM> TUESDAY
FEATURE For THESE
DATES HAS NUT YET
BEEN SECURED
Episode llu- ni'
•-THE  UIIKAT i, lillll,E"
and
LLOYD  ni'lllil
WEDNESDAY A Till IIS1MY
llrytinl ffnsliliuril
in
"WHY SMITH LEFT
HOME"
Topics nt liie Hay
and
llrillsll.l'iinaillilll I'llllic \i-ns
Lumbermen
Here's
a
5J5
Thurstluj-, Mil)  27th, 1920
Over tbe Cca Cups
Insure with Boalo & Blwell.
+   +   +
Garden Hose BI Patmoro Bros,
.  +   -!-   -i-
Fernle will celebrate Dominion Day
ir preliminary plans which Imve been
laid aro carried through.
+   +   +
". p. it. Roudmasur Walker of this
(ity. spent some fine out at Cres'-M
Iifl week getting crows .<> wort re-
building tho telegraph  line*-  in botl;
directions out ot that placo.
+   +   +
. Fresh Rhubarb, 6c lb.   Apply Jocks
Hnzeldean, Harold Btroot,   Phone 406.
+   +   +
(jnite a nenl Bum was realized by
ihe younc ladles on Victoria Day who
sold  tan*   miniature  Union   Jacks-
far tho benefit ol tho local hospital
and Great War Veterans, one-half of
the proceed!, to go to each,
+   +   -h
Cleveland   Wheels   for sale at   Dt/.
all's Oarage.    One of the best wheels
made,     (nil ami sec ns,
+   +   +
Mulll-Petl Garden Hose al Patmore
Urns.
+    -I-    +
Considerable disappointment was
felt In sonic quartors thai the expected visit nf Fernie B.A. Silver hand last
week-end Inul to he called off un short
notice. It is promised, however, that
this excellent musical treat will he
forthcoming a little later, possibly
Bome time next montii.
+    +    -t-
Oleveland Wheels im* Hide at Dez-
all's Oarage.    One of tho bust wheels
made.      Ciill and see US,
■f    +    +
Let us lit   you    oni  with Qarden
Hose..     Patmore Bros
+   +   +
The sum of of $75 Is to be spent. It
is understood, in procuring plants,
seeds, shrubs anil other material to
be used in beautifying Uio grounds \
surrounding the Central school. The1
laud has been ready'lur planting, andj
with favorable weather, the place will,
likely becomt before long whnt all j
school grounds should bo u clvio
beauty .spot.
+    +    f
Cleveland Wheels for sale at De/.-!
all's Oarage. One of the best wheels
made.     Call and see us, *
+   +   +
Capl. Gray and Meul. Thersteln of
the local Salvation Army Corps, are1
conducting meetings this wook iu the
camps in the 1'ahk district and also
at Creston, They will Ih> attending
Officers' Councils at N'elson for tho
week-end. where llle officers from the
nearby corps will assemble.
+   +   +
J. Dudley French and Arthur Morion, Government officials, were here
mi  business  ihis  week  In  conneollon
with Uie arranging with wool-growers
Read This:
rtMBEIt LIMITS AND MILL SITE
FOK SALE Near Klngsgate, British Columbia. The Umbijr ion
slsts of White Pine, Spruce, Larch,
Fir and Cedar, and te about l'{.
miles from ('. P. It Railway, which
passes through the mill site.
About 30,000,000 feet available; per
petual licenses. This Is the flnosl
proposition for a small mill in B.C.
Apply  Herald Office.
for the sale of their wool. They arrived from Vancouver Tuesday and
were In conference with Mr. A. II.
Smith of the local Farmers' Institute,
+ + +
Amongst the hardest workers in the
eity on Monday were the girls of the
G. w. V. A. Auxiliary, who worked In
the Veterans' headquarters feeding the
hungry multitudes and feeding them
Well.
+     +     +
There are many lines Iu our store
we might recommend. We will suggest one—Anderson's Scotch Zephyrs.
\V( have these imported linen in many
shades, possibly more lines than you
would find in any one store In the
City of Vancouver. These loo. nre
being offered with ull other lines of
Dry Goods nt 25 per cent., or one-
fourth off regular prices.
W. D. HILL.
+   +   +
It would be hnrd to make an estimate of llu hundreds of people who
found the need of a drink of aqua
puru during the lirst hour alter the
new sanitary drinking fountain wan
pul up in front of the postofflce lasl
week-end. It seems to he filling a
need, although one of the holiday gon-
try who had apparently imbibed pretty freely elsewhere, was heard to re
preach the innocent fountain bocnuse
the refreshment tt provided was "nol
strong enough."
+   +   +
This Is tlie mjie of specialists, nml
we firmly believe iu specializing.
Learn your business; learn it well,
('online your energies to one lino,
even though your hanker should question your ability. You will succeed If
you are loyal to purpose and can do
that one tiling well. We specialize in
Ladies' Wear and would be pleased
indeed, to give you nn opportunity to
judge of our ability to demonstrate
this, the line we specialize In. Call
and he convinced tlmt when Hill puts
on a sale it is genlune. 3316 Per
cent, or one-third off all our Ladles'
Coats, Suits and Dresses.
W. D. HILL.
DEATH CLAIMS MB. W.
WOODWARD LAST WEEK
William Woodward, aged US years,
died In St. Eugene Hospital last
Thursday Thursday afternoon. The
funeral was conducted on Saturday
afternoon, at n p.m.. by Rev, J. P,
Sinclair, <»f the Baptist Church.
Tlie deceased was employed at tlie
Klmberley mines, and a number of
his fellow workers, Including Messrs.
Montgomery and Woody, were present at the last sad rites.
j   %   i   «.  ,  ,J* 4 $, 4  +, * 4. -J, ,;   m /,   ^   j.
* COMING EVENTS #
♦ < ♦•*# ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
W. (*. T. U. Annual meeting Thurs-
day,  May 21.
ASSOCIATED BOARDS OF TRADE
-Meeting at Invermere, Friday and
Saturday, May 2$ and 29.
REX THEATRE—Oood program all
during Die week.
Cleveland Wheels for sale at Dez-
iill's Garage. One of the best wheels
made.     Cull and sco us.
E. J. Sylvester. Moyl
will be the subject Iwforc a gather-
, ing uf army medical men forming a
I commission to treat such cases nnd
•ertaln tho Best method of proced-
s here jure. Mr. Scott being considered one
j of the most severely shocked of any
of the soldiers returning to the Do-
iere ou i minion.   His  burnt is in Vancouver.
Frank 11. Ci
asl   week-etui.
for Victoria Day.
H,   Bidder,  Alar
Monday's arrivals.
j    S. J. Mtghton, a Cranbrook old-tim-
rail. Moyle. was herejer, who is now engaged In the cigar
business in'Trail, was a guest in the
city Victoria Day, und his many for-
hisholm. Moyle, was bore mer acquaintances gave him the glad
j hand.      "Sam." so the hoys say who
knew him here, Is looking us young
avllle,  was among! .ls Bver    He (t6parted ,or llts home on
1 Tuesday.
II   .1,   Letcher.   Midway,   w
iriii Day visitor,
Vic- Messrs. Frank Stoekdale. Frank
Cuthbert, Oeorge Bonnet, Oovernment
1 Agent   San da hi nds   and   M'SB   Gladfs
'. Burgess ami wife. Waldo, were' I'llts formed a party of autolsts who
.lorln Day visitors.
hi   K. Sit wart and wlf(
rived iu the illy Sunday,
E   ll   Williamson, Gateway,
Visitor the  lirsi   of the  week.
John McNeill. Michel, was 111
flrsl Of lhe week oil business
caiih- down from Invermere to the colouration and to enjoy a little golf on
lhe local links.
i KM-. A. Hill ami Alderman Frank
'Dunn,   wllh   a   rail  of  parapherunlla
: weni  out  to  Premier Lake Tuesday,
arriving home' Inst evening.   It Is ru-
6 mared they came in by some of tho
1 side si reels.   Their luck  was poor.
S.   A.   Wilson.   Nelson,   was  among;     \V.  It. und MrsTcieland, Miss Clothe business visitors Wednesday.        \\anA, Godfrey vine, w. if. Stoddart,
— Miss   Muriel   Pitts und  Douglas  dolt. A. Bushey, Pullman, Wash., was hand,.of Invermere, wero guests tn the
among last  week-end's arrivals. l(lj. \*|,*ioriu pay, coming down from
— ' Invermere by auto.
W. H. Ward und wife. Calgary, were! _
among  lust  Saturdays arrivals |    j„dg0   Thompson's   many   friends
"~ will he pleased to learn that he Is con
R, J. Fuller. Spokane, wns a bnsl- valesclng from a severe fall which he
ness visitor in the city Wednesday.    ; experienced     Monday    evening    aud
...     ......      ,. —„     . .    , .   ! Which  for a  time rendered him  un-
Mlss Willoughby. Fernie. arrived *« conscious.
the city last  week-end for a few days'!
li,i'-v* !    James Finley, of Shawnlgan Luke,
— ' B.C.,  a  Cranbrook  pioneer still hav-
Miss M. Duncan and Miss Bennlrig, \\ng interests   here,  accompanied  by
Pernie, were among the Victoria Day j Mrs. Flnlay, arrived in the city Sun-
Buests. day evening and were guests over the
— 1 holiday.
Ceorge    Brown,    Hossland    mining. __
man, wus here Wednesday, going to     j, r-ll|l!all Smith, who has been u;
Kimberley. j pointed commissioner from the Pre;*
bytery of Kootenay, to attend the gen
eral meeting at Ottawa June 2nd to
tilth, leaves tomorrow, Friday, for Ot
tawa.
II. H. Gordon and wife, Moose Jaw.
were among the new arrivals the first
of the week.
0. O. Thompson, of the Lone Star ,,, (, Montgom(M% a„p6rintendcnt
mine at Kimberley. was here on bus- (>f ||l(, Sl||livaM m,ne ft, Kin:1)erl6yi ac.
lness Wednesday. | compaitiecl  by  their  llttlo  dnnghter,
re hero Monday.
Hay Hamilton. Groat Falls. Mont.,
was a business visitor in Hie city ihe
first of the week.
John L. dales of the King Edward
Hotel. Fernie, was among tho visitors 1
to the celebration.
George Kllburn of the St. lOugene1
Mine at Moyie, was among the visitors in the city Sunday.
Fred Perry and wife arrived in the;
city Sunday from Pernio 10 enjoy tiie;
program of sports, etc., arranged for
Victoria Day.
Fred   Ryekman,   Indian   constable.
John Fink, a Cranbrook old-timer,
now a resldenl of Spokane, was here
for the celebration, the guest of his
brother. J. I'. Fink.
Miss Hunt, of thc Creston tenchtng
staff, who was the guest of Mrs. Wm.
Harris for a  few dnys, has returned
to the Sister City.
Bom—To Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bennett. Sunday, at St. Eugene hospital,
a daimther. Mr. and Mrs. Bennett reside in  Calgary.
A.   Megrawt,   Vernon,  inspector  of
from Fort Steele, was in the city on   ,11{liil" "Wncles, was ln the city on
business this  week and took in the
Victoria  Day festivities.
i Wednesday   on   a   visit   to  tlie   local
agency.
Mr:
Llddieoatt from Lister, was a
Mrs.   Phillips   returned  home  Monday evening from the Coast where she   """•   j"  the c,t* ViPtorm I)a>**
went as a delegate to tlie Methodist
\V. M. S.. whieh recently met there.
W. J. Erlckson, commnuder-in-clilef
nf the hill posting brigade of the Al.
J. MacUunan and a party of friends (i' Bnrnes (lrcuit- booked *" tllls city
arrived in the city from Ferni- Sat for J,,no 7' wna ln a CUB8ra8 mood
urday to take in the festivities nrran-  wIlon   l,e cn,led  on  the Hernld tl,is
Day.
.1. s. Ai wood of Creston. accompanied by Mrs. Atwood, was a visitor
lu lhe city for the Victoria Day festivities the guests or their daughter.
Mrs. Percy Adams.
W. ,1. Scott, a veteran of ihe Great
World War. wlio has heen the guest
for some time at ihe home of Mr. and
Mrs, j. Plngall Smith, departed Fri-
lay for Ottawa where he goes to revive treatment for a case of shell
thock lie suffered during the war.  He
STAIt SK< ONII  HAM)  STORK
Phone 9.
Remington Typswrlter, in splendid
condition, tiie best bargain going, $.*it
cash.
1    Hen Automobile,   splendid   condlt
i ion, new tires, convertible Into truck
(ilasses should l». designed to suit the uses
they are to be put to.'
The heavy shell Bpoc-
Ucles Ur oMco or lhe
home, and tlie neat appearing eyeglasses for
tlie street — can both
he made comfortable if
rightly designed.
ar affection was a uortaln customs or-
Ihial at Klngsgate, who had refused to
allow lilm to bring through in houd
some advertising cuts tiiat were to|
have adorned this week's Issue Oil be-j
half of the clnus. However, he
splashed big for next week, and the
circus, ad. is perforce held over till
then.
Mrs. Dave Emery, cf Crow's Nest,
arrived in tlie city Wednesday.
J. R. McDonald arrived from Moose
Jaw a few days ago witli Mrs. McDonald, aud has been househunting
ever since. He expects to locate In
tho city, and 1* no stranger here, having .sojourned in the district from 190$
to l'j.2, when he went to tlie prairies.
Mr. Hinton. son., of Pincher, Alta..
with Mrs. Hlnton, is a guest at the
home of Mr. and Mrs, Harry Hlnton
Mr. Hinton, sen., has spent n good
many years in the t'onthlils country
of Southern Alberta, and it is hy no
means hi:; first visit to this city.
LOCALS INVINCIBLE
{Continued from Page One)
iu tlie field, so that  when tlie Feruit
batters  did  manage  to  connect   with
tlie pitcher they died on bases.
Thc score by innings:
Pernie      0 0 1 fl 0 0 0 l
Cranbrook   .   1 R 1 (1 5 7     17
RANDOM Nim.S
Have the backstop up next time.
Cranbrook was right there when it
came* to stealing bases.
The reason there wasn't any dual
at the evening ignme was because we
ate it all in tlie morning, and what we
didn't eat we took hnme with us.
If that Fernie guy who managed 10
get to third in the sixth had not
tried to be smart and steal home, he
would have scored from the next bait
on a safe hit.
It takeB a baseball game to brina
out tlie bright ideas. Fernie' seemed
to lind most solace iu the wail of one
of their rooters that it was "Pernie
against North America."
Cranbrook hit a skyscraper up above the Intlcid. and iu the five minutes
interlude before the ball rescinded to
Newton's law tht pitcher and the
shortstop had not decided whose mlt
It would fit best.    Tlieir minds seem-
Congoleum
Rugs .;■.'.
have long been coiiBliloi'flil tllfl most mmltiiry anil
ai'tlstlo rugs mi the nmrltei.
They are «» well known thai  we need not
dwell on I heir moi'lts
A large shlpmonl  hns Jusi arrivod umi ure
now on display in iln- furniture depart menl.
This shipment cpntaliiB mostly ull new patterns, the mosl beautiful thai have lieen produced.
AGENTS h'OK WILMS PIANOS
SEE TIIK WILMS PIANOS NOW HERE
ed to move like American diplomacy.
The suggestion is hereby offered
gratis that the side lines should be
properly roped off for the next big
game. It is not the safest ihing to
have spectators within six feet or so
of the batter ami catcher. As it was
a girl and a boy will likely carry the
marks of those games round with
them f»r some time, and they were
well out from the plate, but had heen
crowded up close to the side lines.
NOTICE !
All persons having accounts against
ihe Cranbrook Branch of the Greot
War Veterans' Association celebration committee, are notified to present
tho same immediately to the undersigned.
A. ASHWORTH.
Secretury
KK.il* TIIK HKKAI.ll, HM 1 flAK
FIR.EWOOD FOR SALE
Hi-inch Stove Wood,   all dry. Kir, Tamarack and Pine.
Tlie price is right.
Good supply now on hand, and another carload expected
Thursday, June 10th.
— ORDERS MAY  BE LEFT AT KNOCKB'S CAFE —
BAKER, B.C.
A. J. STOJiE
l\ O. AddrcHs
SALVATION  AW  K0TK8
Capt. H. Cray ami  Lieut.  It. Thier-
Stelh, Officers.    I'hone 208.
SUNDAY
Sunday School .1 p.m,
Salvation service 7..10 p.m.
THURSDAY
Home  League meets  7...0  p.m.  at
the home of Mrs. Simpson,
All friends who have purchased
tickets for the S. A. Musical Program j
may have cash relumed, or same will
bn good for the next occasion, as It!
Is fully expected the hand will visit I
Cranhrook In Juno.
Poultry
Keepers
MAKi: TIIK IIK.NS
WORK OVERTIME
Reduce thut nugbrcir — H.(\I-.
WHOLE YELLOW I'OKX
CRACKED CORN
WHEAT        BARLEY
BARLEY (Willi ATS Hit IN
SHOUTS
—al Lorn-Hi I'rln'i
Jas.Kerrigan
IIISTHIBHTOH
QUEEN'S
UNIVERSITY
Kingston,  -   Ont.
ARTS
Tmi t of the Arti courw
mt*/ btcu*cr*d by
correipoadeiK.'t
SCHOOL OF COMMBRCF.
BANKING
MEDICINE BDUCATION
Minioj, Chtmleel, Clrll,
Mccbtnicftl   and   Bltetricil
BNGINBBRING
HNME! SCMM.     IH1MIIM ICMQl
July anil Aiigiut      December lo April
AI.ICI IING, Ac-lnt K.tl.lr.r
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
NEW TRAIN SERVICE
Commencing June 1st, westbound,
and June 2ntl. ensthnund, a new
servict. In addition to Nos. li" and
(18,  will  ho  Inaugurated  hetweeu
MhhrMfH' mul Crunbrook
making connections at Lethbrldge
to aad  from    Calgary.    Medicine
lint and Cards ton.
Westbound Knsthouud
ar. lv.
S.iin p.m. .('niiibrook. ,6.45 a.m.
G-27-2t
J, li. PROCTOR,
patriot Pnasengcr Agent,
Calgary
MINK FOREMAN WANTED—Young,
energetic mine foreman for Silver-
lead mine. State wages and references In lirst letter. Also machine
1 men, muckers and mlllmen; wages
, J.ViHi to 1(1.00 per eight hours; board
1 |45, Apply Supt. Monarch Silver
I     MlUCS,   Field.   RO, 5-27-31
PIVH ACRES KOIt SALE—A SNAP—
Located two miles east of tlu city,
cheap for cash, Oood frame house
and chicken houses, outbuildings
I aud barn, Cond well and Hpringu
ut door.     All cleared.     Apply al
I     Herald OfllCO. fi-U.-tt
EVERY PERSON LIVING IN CRANBROOK  can  make excellent   profits
1    Mils year by investing a few dollars
j    of their earnings through the col-
j    uinns of thc Texas Pacific Oil News.
j    Many thousands of people are mak-
!    ing small uud large fortunes by in-
|    vesting tlieir turnings with HONEST
COMPANIES operating lu the great-
.    est oil  boom  the  world  has ever
known  whicli Is at present taking
place in the stete of Texas.    Write
[    to Messrs..YORK & WEBSTER. 419
!    Winch Building   Vancouver,   for a
copy of the Texas Pacific Oil News.
5-13-3t
HOUSE FOR SALE, — Eight  rooms,
furnace heated;  sewer connections
and hath room; concrete basement,
etc,    Terms cash.    Apply Mrs, Geo,
;     Leitch. 6-6-4t
FOR SALE. Six cows, 2 heifer calves, one 2-year old s*eer, three 1-
year old heifers, four 1-year old
heifers.     Harbor, Newgate, B.C,
&-13-3t
FISHING TACKLE
THE RECOGNIZED liSlllXli SEASON IS NOW Ol'KN.
We have Ilie largest and most varied Block In town — suitable
for St. Joseph's Creek or Premier Lake.
OUR   MR.   COUTTS   W'll.l,   KIX    VOU    UP
KODAKS
WIII.N HIT ON PISHING TAKE A KODAK
alotiK and get   |ilrtiircB of some of the llnesl  scenery  in  tlie  world,
OUK NEW SUI'I'I.Y JUST IN
PRESCRIPTIONS.— Mr. Agnew, onr new Manager, will glvo I hem his
prompt and personal attention.
CRANBROOK DRUG & BOOK CO.,
Iln)- Phi Tl
AM,  MAIIi  ORIIEIIS   PROMPTLY   ATTEMIKII   TO
Night Phone tt
If ynu are In the eut-nf-town dlstrlcl, drop us a letter or card and
anything you want in our line will he sent hy return mall or ex*
press.   We give special attention to oul-iii'-tmni orders.
OUR SUNDAY HOURS ARE 4 to 5 P. M. and S lo 0 P. M.

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