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 THE CRANBROOK HERALD
VOLUME 20
CRANBROOK,   BRITISH COLUMBIA,
THURSDAY, JULY I1TII. litis
NI'MUKKL''1
1TeLP~~TO    WIN    THE    WAR    BY   ECONOMY   AND    PRODUCTION
ALI
Near-by Lakes to Be Slocked
With Salmon Try from Local
Hatchery.
The Crnnbrook   K<><l und Quo
ulub'held it 11 fcing hi the council
olmmboi'of tlie city hull on Tuca
ilay OVOIling, wliirli wns a Iftl'golj'
iittoinIcil nnd very ont lutaitwl le
one, with Mayor Olitppi proairtuut,
in tho chnii'.
It wiih decided lo stock Promior.
St. Marys, Moyle and Deep liikt'N.
Other hikes will   roooivo I'tii'tlior
niiiM.itrruti.iii.
A committee coiiBlHtiug of K.
Dossal), Goo. Hogarth ami K. T.
Oooper was appointed to niTttnge
fur trucks ami  trnnBiui'tittioii ol'
tho 200.000 lund-lookod sail fry
to the vurimiH lakes.
Resolutions wore passed touching various matters to lie submit-
ted to the game conservation hoard
that meets on July 20th at tlu*
coast Wo will publish the resolutions next wook.
It was decided U> give tho official notices of future meetings to
the members through tho Horald
instead »f notifying eaoh member
hy card.
It wns nlso decided that all members be requested to notify the seo-
retjry in writing as to how many
shotgun shells they would require
for the coming season uud thut the
secretary have a notice published
to thnt effect iu the Horn 1.1.
grand nni "it
(lllli EDWARD'S SCHOOL
Tlie Loiil Bishop nl' Kootenay,
[ititi-oii of Kiiiu EdWard s school,
nave tiwiiY the prizes for the half-
year's work at the closing exercises. There were present, besides
Ihe principal ami sehoiars, .Mrs.
Cherrington, Mrs van Britain,
Madam de la Crouc'ee, Miss Itiiin-
wy. Miss Davison arid tho Itev. K.
V. Harrison.
Miss Cherrington expressed her
pleasure in receiving tlie I'isliop
for tlie lirst time in the history of
the school ul a formal prize-giving.
Th" llish ip then addressed the
pupils, reminding them thai character is lhe secret of a nalion's
well heing. anil that religion is
the foundation of character, also
pointing out the growing importance of women, their work ami in-
llnence.
After hi'- address his Lottlshtp
presented   llie   Following prizes :
To    Joyoe   Hallamore,   Dorothy
Holmes. Noah lWnall. Doris Lee,
Chester li.ilierls, .laek Urowu anil
Cordon McNah for term's work
each of them having gained li) per
conl of the total marks.
To Joyoe Hallamore, Doris I	
Hosier Thompson. Gerald Lee and
Kenneth Campbell, Bcrintnre prize
given by Uev. I1'. V. Harrison.
Prizes for games To Kiln fen-
wick, Champion ; Joyce Halln-
niore, tirormet ; Kofhloen Cray.
olook golf; Klla Pon-violc, badminton : Doris 1,,-e. bumblopnppy,
Commaivial iliplontas were pre*
Hentwl li Margaivt St. Kloi. Qrace
Doris, l.nnivtla Armslrong ntnl
Dorothy Maekie.
His l.oriiship. expressing a wish
to judge of sonic o.l  thu children's
 •omplisbinents,    Noah    I'oensll
ga\c a solo on the piano: I'atricia
McDermot ami Marguerite Caren
axhibitfld two of their dauooa
The v-uior singing i lass sang.
"Ob, well thou in lliecuulil blast?'
and thu juniors, "The Canadian
boat song."
After Un heart} ol rs for his
l.onlship I he children dispersed,
THE LURE OF GOLD
I MAGICAL MEI
Everybody Wants II but Only
a Few Get ll.
Mayor Clapp luul something
tied up in his "hankie" thai lie
wns fthowhig to Iiis friends,
"What Imve you got I lien1. Mr.
Mayor." enquired tho Herald.
Tlold in i-huiiks," wftg the reply.
uud hiii uough he had- nuggota
washed oui of thoGamblo property
nn Willi Horse oroek.
CITY FATHERS
IT
10 BE IHflKUB
WITH FRAGRANT RISES
III order to overwhelm the prairie dologates with llmveit-t and to
Further contribute to tho suocoss of
tho Western Canada Irrigation
convention which will lie held at
Nelson, B. 0., July 24, 25 nnd 20,
tin- people of Nelson have postponed their annual flower show
until the same time. The Boundary country is famous for its
flowers and fruit and delegates to
the convention are entertaining
visions of vose-i for the eye and
ohorries for the appetite,
WILL YOU BE THERE?
All Public Hulls Musi Pay License—Welcome Card lo Returned Soldiers to be Printed
The regular monthly meeting
the city oounoi) was held mi M'
iluv ovenlug,
The tender «.f W. K. Worden
remove the oh! Kenny livery ha
and clean tip the tots for $18 w
accepted.
It was decided tn col loci a
cense fn mi every public hall uf
a day or $75 a year.
It was ordered that 300 cards
welcome   to returned soldiers
printed   for  the   use of  tho hull
auxiliary of the (i. \V, V. A.
The fire committee was uistt'ii-
ed to report ou  the quantity a
condition of the lire hoso and
port If any more is needed.
A number of accounts wi
[Hissed aud the list will tippunr
the Herald next week.
THE HERALD WILL
I   GOME JOT Oil TIE
! Vou Can Bank on this Statement When Preparing Your
Ad. Copy.
Kindly remember, Mr. Business
Man, that tlie Herald don't oome
out any more on Saturday or Moo-
day or Tuesday, nnd if you want
E
lo have n liuaiiiena talk with the
thousands o( Herald readers you
will have to put your oopy in tho
hands at' the himinesH manuKer nol
inter than Wednesday noon, and if
you liavo a lout! talk we will require it earlier than that to injure
liulllieatii.il.       We    closo   up   the
forms at tl o'olook riiar* Thursday afternoon and lhe devil himself can't open  them  when they
uri'itllee elosed.
Mr. Gamble was in the city on
Saturday from Wild Horse with
| his pockets full of gold nuggets.
The prize list committee for tne
Fall Fair have just about completed their duties and the lists will
be in the printers- hands in n few
days. If those who are desirous of
donating special prizes will notify
the secretary il will he appreciated
.Mrs. .1. T. Sarvis nnd her two
daughters have gone on u visit to
Toronto and other Ontario points
for about a month.
Mrs. .1. Mauley and her little boy
have arrived ill the city and will
reside with her sister, Mrs. S.
Richards.
OUR SOVEREIGNS'
SILVER WEDDING
Stability of the throne essential to the
strength of the empire
In a long speech in the Imperial House of Commons, congratulating Ihe
king and queen on their silver wedding. Premier Loyd George said;
"When ancient thrones are tottering and monarchs are being deprived
of their sceptres in other lands. The British throne had become more firmly established than ever on the only foundation lhal is possible;namely the
lasting affection and good will of the people.
"The war has strengthened the bonds which unite our king and people
At a moment like this, the crisis of the war. the unity of empire means
much and in this respect the position won by the occupants on our throne
is matter of imperial moment. The stability of the throne is essential to
the strength of the empire, for it is not merely a symbal, but a bond
of unity."
NOTICE
Cranhrook    District    Hod
and (lull Club
All uieniliers ol'  the  club are re-
guested to notify the secretary in
writing as to how many shotgun
shells they will need I'orthe coming
season. The said notice must lie
in the hands ol' the secretary not
later thiin Saturday, July 20th,
In future no written noliee will
he sent out to members announcing the meetings of the club. The
notices will appear ill the Horald,
therefore watch the Herald for
dates ol' meetings.
E. I. Cooper, Secretary
A. Parks, of Lcthhridge, representing the Canadian Consolidated
Rubber company, wns in the city
this week. Through lhe inllueiic
of V. M. MePhei'snu, he very kindly
donated a waterproof it for lady
or gent us a special prize fur any
entry selected by Mr, MoPhsninn nt
tlu Pall fab'.
Invermere
In the aniul competition lor
the best acre ot  allalla  in the
district as held under thc a-is
pices of the Windermere District Agricultural Association
and   Farmers'  institute    the
judging  was done by G. fc.
Jarham, superintendent ol the
Dominion Government experimental station.   A maximum
ol   100 points   was  allowed,
and the results ol the competition brought A. G. Cuthbert
out at the head with 85 points;
R.  Randolph Bruce a close
second with 8.1 points   and,
again third in another  field;
with 66 points. The other top;
scorers ran 63.  53   and   Si1
points respectively.
The Windermere district!
board of trade is making a]
large exhibit of soecimens of
mineral ore at the International mining convention which
is being held at Revelstoke
this week. A shipment of
some five hundred odd pounds
comprising smallsamples from
many of the properties has
gone forward. Amongst the
Getter known properties exhibiting are the Paradise, Trojan, Sitting Bull and The
Isaac.
TOWN TOPICS
Insure with  Benle nni] Elweli.
I). McFarlane, of the Yalik Lumber
iy,  was n
1 Saturday
enrapany,  waa n business  visiter  in
i'i\e*e on sn
Leather Pocket. Cases fur HCKislrn-
ilnn I'nrilr. fine eneli. Crer-brook Drue,
mill lion]; Co
Archie Leuch and Mr. Wilnioii.
ol Jnll'rn.v, were in town on Tuesday ami attended the meeting of
lhe rod uud gun club.
A, Q. Baalim; of the BnalimMu-
toi mpnny, Lothhridgc, was vis
ifiug the   Kootenay   llarage   I In
hitter part of last week.
Hodge Podge
We have now got to the end of
our tether, nil the news type in the
office is set up and . the linotye re-
pairs have not yet arrived. We
intended to tell how the IS.ipiist
and Presbyterian kids enjoyed
their picnics ; thc speoial services
iu the churches lu which nil are
invited : how Ihe Presbyterians
and .Met hndisls I urnerl down church
union ; ihe struggle the Kootenay
Presbytery had with his Satanic
majesty 1 tlie notables registered ut
Craulirook's leading hotels and
other prominent visitors; the mnny
1111I0 touring parties who made u
pleasant stop over nt Cranhrook
and  other   interesting   items too
111 roils to mention, hill nuffsed.
Vou   know   the   reason   lor   this
ItodgO |K»lge.
Red Men Jubilating in Old*Time
Fasnion on Tobacco Plains
(Bv   Fred Una)
Thc bif Indian pow-wow on
Tobacco Plains latt week was not
thc lucccst anticipated by thc no
ble Red Men who engineered thc
six days' go as you please fandan-;
(0. No prairie Indians were allowed to attend and only tbe:
liootcnays, Flathcads from around
Kaliipell, and a lew Shushwaps
from thc Windermere valley were
in attendance, and instead of 1000
braves there were only 200.
They were all camped near Edwards Lake, west of thc Indian
village, north of the cow-pasture*
pool links, commonly called golf.
On Dominion Day, with Canadian, American, and British flags
flying, thc festivities started, introducing the various dances, such
as war, feast and potlatch dances;
roping and riding outlaw horses
wrestling on horseback, pony races
and full drees parades dazzling
with gorgcousness, stupelying and
miraculous in their revelation of
beauty.
Several Indian tribal weddings
took place and thc happy bride's
resplendent costumes and surpassing beauty would make Lilian
Russell look like a swede cook.
Thc full dress parade led by
Chiefs Three Weassrls, Lone Bear
Sky Eagle and Bear Shield, followed by minor chiefs and young
braves, their squaws and papooses,
magnificent, radicnt, resplendent
with glittering beads of all thc
:olors in thc rainbow and some
colors never seen in the rainbow:
silks, satins and painted buckskin,
would make the famous Bradley-
Martin ball in New York look
like a cotton shower at a bohunk
wedding in Fernle's old town.
To describe these costumes would
beggar thc English language and
the human imagination falls faint
and feeble before the herculean
task. Mamma Eagle Feather and
Princess Fly-up-thc Creek had
charge oi the ten bridesmaids, real
live tlowcr-bcarint fairies, ctp-
turcd (com the different reserves,
and the wedding! dance started the
different drummers writing home
about it.
The dance is thc dominant
feature of Indian life. He !s born,
baptized, married and dies amid
the jumble of shuffling feet.
Charlie-owns-the Dog is acknowledged by Milt Kastner, the
popular insurance nun,and others,
to be the best Indian dancer on the
Tobacco Plains, while Standing
Cloud and Shooting Star divide
honors as thc champion tom-tom
soloists in the Kootenay valley.
They were without doubt a happy
bunch, and Jim Thlstlebeak says
that happiness dispels (loom as
the sun dispels darkness.
Their stock of supplies would
have made the Canada Food
board green with envy. They
had everything from wcinerwurst
to sauerkraut, although there was
not a Hun amongst the lot, and
the spread would make an old
Roman feast look like a Fernie
Spagetti - Vermicelli spread and
Jim Thistlebeak sang in Chinook
that patriotic ballad, entitled,
"Meet nu at the coke ovens.where
the pickled onions bloom."
mm *\f,m i*--,*, ty*m if\fim *y*en>allfm ien>n *Hfstf*
Ladies' Wash
DRESSES
' New Dresses just arrived, pretty
summer muslins and voilsin many  ,,
shades, also dresses made of good
, quality gighams and beech cloths
PRICES $4.00 to 12.00
LADIES' WASH SKIRTS   <:
> Well tailored skirts of While Gab
erdine repps and piques,
Prices 2.25 to 4.00
>     Ladies Wash Blouses & Middies
Pretty white voile and muslin
blouses nicely trimmed, also mid- ''
i dies in plain white and some with
fancy collars and cuffs and color-
' ed smocking.   Prices $1.50 to $4.0). ■:
McCreery Bros.
Cranbrook't Dry Goods ind Clothin* Store
i
Q**/W■ ■•JV   -"At' »"A   ■•A   ■•Jl'1 ••■A1 ■aaVIMQ
get torn job vBivmo at the herald
Preserving Season
Extra strong
Wire Sealer
HOLDERS
Jtttt right iize to sit inside So. B
or 9 wash Boiler
ONLY $1.00
J. D. McBRlDE
PHONE s HAKER STREET
ADVERTISE IN THE HERALD AND GET RESULTS
Be a booster for the Herald.
Just Arrived !
Woodbury's Facial Soap Orchard white
Nadruco Cucumber and Witch
Hazel Cream
Lydia Pimkhams Vegetable Compound
Cranbrook Drug & Book Co.
Do) ,'llon■,' ■ NltrM Phone 3H
W. T, Atchison, M«r,
Mm N. Keating lull on Hiitunlity
for Nova. Scotia. Mr. Keating in,
tend* to follow ia a few dajre.
P. Burns & Co.
Highest prices
paid for Cattle,
Sheep & Hogs
WHICH ROAD ?
YOU MUST CHOOSE ONE
P: Burns & Co.
YOUR L0SSI YOUR GAIN
TAKE NO CHANCES
WITH FIRES
PUT THEM OUT l'Adfi TWO
TUR CRANBROOK 11 KHALI)
Tilt:   CRANDHOOK   IIEKAUl!
Published every Thursday by
TiiKI'HvNitttuiiK ni:it.M.ii. Limited   I
M  A. Beule, Editor uml Sec'y
W. A. Myers, Bus. Mitr.
PUBLIC SCHOOL PROMOTIONS
(Conl inuerl from page 3)
Simon Ki'ost.Ethel Mitchell, Gariiul
Pul to.   Rose    Biuion.   Ronald
MolFat,Wilfred Pi ik,Naomi Puw,
A    SPECIALITY Frank Si.ijh-.Ic, Hoy BaiTott.
In 1st   Primer
One   Try   Will  Convince     uuie Parlsor,  .laiuoK   Brooks.
v Willi.. Cox,  Jessie Owen, Winnie
You Steward. Ben Wnlklev. .loe Walk
, ley.
C  P. R Watch Inspectors I South Ward school Division I
RawortK Bros.
; onsolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada, limited
Ofllce, Hmeltine; sua Refining Department
TRAIL,   BRITISH COLUMBIA
SMELTERS   AND   REFINERS
•■■IBCHA8EH8 OF BOLD, SILTKli, COPfKB, LEAD AUD ZINC OBIS
TABANAC BRAND PIQ LEAD, Bl.UESTONE,   SPlLTBIl £ COPPKR
RidtheSkm
of disfiguring blemishes, by quickly
purifying the blood, improving the dr.
culition, end regulating the habits witli
.Hi
GET VOIR   JOB   PRINTING   AT   I'HE   HERALD
Nevl in Post Ofllce
Till:  HOME IIAKEKV
Itnlil. Frame, Prop.
'rcsli llreiul, Cukes, Pies
mul I'aslry
Puoiie 3?
Norbury Ave.      Opp city Hull
OVKHSMAH Cl.UB
Meets in Maplu
Hull  uecoutl
Tuesday or every
month at li
p. m.
*J
Mwi-ti'Tsliip open
to   HrltiBii
(■lllZt'11.4.
Visiting   momlierB   cordially
welcomed.
E. Y. Broke.         J.
F. Lower,
President.
Secretary
Honor Roll
<    Prollcioucy, Ritu Muiiiinii-y.
i    Ruguliirih     ."nl     puiiulunlil}
Simuiel Slum
I'epor ni   Duris Hiiyn	
i Pruniotiuns  Irom Junior tu Senior
3rd
Rita Meuiirnov, Amy Williams,
Kathleen Tito.
From Senior 2nd to junior 3id
Sandy  Pascuzzo, Pliilomon
anger,   Ciwendolyn   Worlliiiigloii,
Dorothy Hailing, frank Tito,Helon
iiivnnuii.    hlvulyn    Neil,    Rruost
Laurie,    Hdith    Johnson,    Doris
HnyncR, T Philli|)s.
From Senior D to Senior 2nd
Edgar Sanderson,  Patrick M'"
Domiid, Willie Taylor, Jessie Ons-
sols, Mack Horie, Rlmur Orr."
South Ward School Division 11
Honor  Roll
Proficiency, liort Laurie.
Deportment, .InsBphine Pusoitzzo
Rcgiilaritv     mul     I Imilily,
Hazel Williams.
Promotions to 2nd Reader
Potor llrmiltail, Mori 1,11111'io, 1.1'S-
liu Saiushury, (Irncu Tim, Kimnolli
nuwraet (mi trial).
To 1st Reader
Klorou.v   Kiuloy, Clara Ht..llin«.
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Moots In tlie
Parish Hull
llrHt Tuesday
aftornoon   ot
every    iimntli
fV'Sk*    pros , Mrs. W.
n   McFarlane.
Secy, M.H. J. W. Burton, P, O. Bo-em. \ j^'fi^ |,',,„,k Mul
All ladles cordially Invited. Jq 2n(, primer
 I     Annie   Monro.   Josephine    Pascuzzo, C'olvin Monuriiey, Ciiiinolu
 1 N.iHo. Katlileon Haley, Roy Llnnell.
To 1st Primer
.  Josephine Mnrapodie, Blsi.- W I,
| Margaret Mnlone, Hazel Willi s,
md   Pinker.   Jack   Parker, John
' Neil, Walter Barrett.
LAIDLAW .V  DEWOLF
Clill und Mining Engineers
II. ('. Limit Surveyors
CRANBROOK, B. C.
If vou  waul   satisfaction
with vour whhIiIiih
hi-iiiI It to
MONTANA   LAUNDRY
Special prices for family
work
A Man Can
'•»•*' Stand On It
CHAS. S. I'ARKEU
Purwardli.g aud  Dlstrlbutlug
Ageut (or
Letbbrldge end GreeahlU Coal
Imperial Ull Co.
Dlstrbutlon Cars a Specialty.
Ornyliiir nmi Transferring
Cllven prompt attention
Phoue 63
Mrs. Green ii MacKinnon
I'liystelmiH and Surueons
Ollli-i. ui  residence, Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICE HOUitK
Forenoons    9.00 lo 10.00
Afternoons   2.00 tn   4.00
Evenings   7.S0 to   8.30
Sundays      2.30 to   4.30
CRANBROOK, D. C.
The Shoe Specialist
JOE MARAPODI
Satisfaction Guaranteed
.ieadquarters for all kinds of
Repairs
I'. M. MACPHERSON
1'nderlnkcr
I'lione :i.'iii
Vorliilry Aie xt In  I'll) Hull
til nn & SPREULL,
llurrislcrs. Hie.
tV. F. liiinl li, J, Spreull
I llWIIIIOOh, II. C.
Mniilntiii Itcsliiiiruul
Heals at All Hours
Mkiii'*. I'iirarettes and Candy
CRANBROOK STREET.
0|ipo»tte tho Bank nf Commerce
DR. DeVAN'S FRENCH PILLS «:
ttulitliiK I'ill tor Women. JA » box ur threefor
|1U. .Sold tt all Drue Storm, r>r mailed t<» ftfiy
•riiiri-m--ti mcli-tol prli-o. Tut HfOKMl. DlVO
Co ,St Ciilhiiriin-n. Ontario,
PH0SPH0N0L FOR MEN. "SJa'iSS
VlUllly; fur Nit»« hii'I linttn; lucretHl "ifrejf
mttli>r'';ii Tonic -trill InKId you tip. u n boi.or
*.wo for p. nt dmc ■•"Nm, nr hv mt.il on rei*«it>l
tf l-rl-e- I'm hi-i-pki i. Jim.hu v.» , m. (fctturiMt
itaiUrlu.
The
universal
military
service
sium-
A Soldier's offering to his
sweetheart is naturally the
sweetmeat that gave him
most refreshment and greatest enjoyment when on duty.
The Flavour Lasts
PIUS
s
Unas} Sale al Aar Madlelaa la th. Watt
MM an-Twaer*.  In boa.., 25e.
I. O.O. F.
KEY CITY LODGE, No. 49
■*s*l . Moots   every
Monday ulght
 » '.rse^ssap'     at Fraternity
Hall.      Sojourning   Oddfellows
eordlally invited.
E. H. MoPhco      W   C, Adlard
8ecj. N. O.
ECZE
ON BOY'S  FACS
CURED BY ZAMll'K
Zam-Buk hai been trlod and
proved by UiousitmlH to be the tiumt
siic-«BHfui remedy fur eczema.
lire. Hihkiiii, of \o:> Maiming
Are., Toronto, uayn. "For elj-.it
mon tits by hitu- hou'b face wns
rovurud witli oozema, which pal nod
and Irritated lilm i.u tlml llo could
not Hlvup. Thu ulliftiteAl cold aggray
vated It bo thut I wiih obliged to
keep lilin lu the house.
"Ai nothing 1 used did him any
good, I took him to a hospital, hut
the treatment he received there only
made the sores worse, Then I commented using Zam-Buk, applying it
liberally and regularly, Tho pain
disappeared ami the Irritation wits
ended. Soon healing began, antl aa
1 continued the Zanil.uk treatment
ttie sores became less and leus until
my boy's skin was entirely free
from sores and perfectly clear and
smooth."
Zam-Buk should also be used for
niters, ringworm, absce.Dses, boils,
bad lens, running sores, blood-
poisoning, piles, burns, sealds, cuts,
chapped hand, chilblains and frost
blto. All dealers or Zam-Buk Co.,
Toronto.   60c. boi, 3 for |1.26.
IHt. F. B. MIXES
DENTINT
Office- In Hanson Block
OFFICE HOURS
0 to 12. a.m.
1 to    5  p.m.
CRANBHOOK, B.C
QUEEN'S
UNIVERSITY
KINGSTON
ONTARIO
i\fi tarn
MEDICINE       EDUCATION
APPLIED SCIENCE
Mining, Chemical, CM1, Heabaaleal aad
Electrical SaglaeeriDf.
HOME STUDY
Arts Ct-UTa-e by correipondencc.   Dcgi*«
wiih one year'sattendencc or four
•ummer seulom,
Summer School    Navigation School
July knd Amwl        DMovhor to April
19 CEO. Y. CHOWN. lUfbtoor
< ItAMIItOOK   cottau:
MOSIT I Al.
I'll,lit,- Nui'shiK Ml	
Mcoiiscil by Provincial  Govt.
.Miileriilty mul licneriil >in*.|n«
MllBSBgo anil Rest Cure. Illglioat
KeforeiicoB, terms modorato,
Apply Mrs. A. Crawford, Matron
I'l e 2m |>. O. BOX 846
Address, Garden Ave. Cranbrook
pjlLEfrP
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R. C. Carr, C. C.
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Every Farmer Needs a Ford
THE Motor Car is a greater convenience to the average
farmer than the telephone, tho rural mail or even the
grain binder.
The binder which is considered as a very useful implement
is rarely used more than a few days din-ini,' the entire year.
The rest of the time it stands idle, taking up space, while
the automobile is available for use throughout all seasons,
and both day and night.
It is ever ready to run down the lane to the back field or the
pasture with a parcel or a message, or take you and your
family to town for shopping purposes or on an errand lo
the neighbors.
The motor car is called upon whenever anything is wanted
in a hurry. It is the most useful Implement or convenience
for the farm. It helps yo'u conserve your energies and time
for productive work and enables you and your family to
accomplish more with less energy. Vuu surely feel the need
of a Ford, Why not order one today?
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Runabout ■ • B7S
Touring ... 685
Coup. ... 770
Sedan . . . . »70
OfM.Too Truck   750
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DEALERS
Cranbrook,
No Matter Where It's
Punctured
, |   Or In linn mini) places, .«• j
our Viilcnnizhiir will re-
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store tn service niraiii.
Mcxt time Jim meet
-villi fire troubles como
here mul fry Hie modern
mill scientific melliiiil of
tire repnirlnir.
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We liavo an exceptionally iiii'e assortment of silver
deposit ware in vast*, bonbons, oups and Snucets, tea
nets, inarmul.uk' jars, elo:
And these goods we
have priood most reaaot.nl>'
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Wedding or Anniversury
gift- Drop in and have a
look at our splendln selection.
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a cooked meal I* always eiUoywIby ■"'",
yming mul nW, A chwp nnd saving mm"
can Im made trom vegetable waste »''<■
maul. Gather the tops front iWHshes anil
anions, iH'Kif. onrrots mul celery, shop
them ii,, very fine, Imve tin- pNttfl a«
imall»»mines i"""' i uotatiJsa ur nny Wtwi
of VBReUblei Will d». CMktAeht In wfcter
until they »r* very toft, then tiry off with
» uii>bI made uf tnual parti "t ground oats
torn meul and wheat lirtin. Mix tlte men!
into thi) Bookul Hinff wl.il.' it in Inn. MuUu
the mixture ilry and efumlillmr when
ecollettbo f>»v.so loryotinir. en ai tl.ey
want uf ii.
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PUBLIC SCHOOL
PROMOTIONS
Cranbrook Schools Make Very Good
Showing—Names of Those Promoted in Order of Merit
MAGIC
BAKING POWDER
CONTAINS   NO ALUM
From Division 8 to llivisiun 7
Mizuljutli -lilloi
i'.nil Hftl-riauii,
sit- Bl'UWIl,   .Mlll'i
Bentlk Mmlollii
B.Tiii«. Sirinhaii.
■h ill.' RubiIo, JtW
Williiiiiis. .r..-,..
W Iiiiuii, Kn.i
rr;im Entrance to High School {From Division V to Division IV
Otto Hill, Norman Boooli, May
Unit''. Ki-itli Wiuwuii, Kvulyn
Mooro, Hoy Rttbloluuid, Jaok 8U-
v.'iik, l.t'iioic Hill. WiuTi'ii Hpi-iire.
Uulli    Sini|iHi)ii.   ItunnM    lliilliiH.
RrlaMoKiiin lolin Woods.Kdltli
Uvvis,Patil Mi'N.'ill.Ni.riiiHii Was-
hoii. Ilonalu Woodman, Kiliili Mm
Kiiii'o.vil. Dolrthiito Bennott,(farftftlrl
Tiiylor Miir^m-i'i Morrison, Annie
MoBlrnio. 'luck Dow, Donna Ar
Kin',   Ail Inn   QUI,  Marlon IIiiiiii-
ii] I.   Winnie   Philippe,   Itoblnn
Sommervllle, Jtiolt Moll'att, Mnl-
oollll BollttllgOl'', ftiirolil Rummer,
Barrio Mao Donald, Alum Sarvis,
Bnii'ii l.iiiirio.Ninu Belniiger,Annie
Barnaliy, Jaok Brake.
From Division II lo Division I
Mildred Wetherell, MarionAtolii
son. -targaretJohnson.Heotor Len-
noil, ttalplt Ladds, Lillian Jackson,
Norman   Parker,   Doris    Parker,
idr.
Si
III
Ai
Willie
Allan
Si
ri. Jack Sii'Hii, Jessie Mo-
Jaolc Genest, Miny Mitchell, i
w i 'hir. Aubrey MofCowfut, I
idonald,  Evelyn Ward,
l(.
Ol-ftoe BiiiTi'tiJaines iinluiM'.Ki-iink Jain,
Hoy. Kil'lie Bliss. Kin Armatt k.
fTlorenoe Gbtrd, 'oe Brogan, Frank
Haivkesworth, Humid Hailing,
Willie Steward, Ualoolm Brogan,
Jean Witrd, Andy Cassldy, Lena
Dornbiintili, Edward White, Archie
fflnloy, Margaret Horie, CllHbrd
Kenneasy, Daisy Wblttaker, Alway
Bliss, Benny HitrgBtroyd, \VUIiai-
mine Woodman, Patriok Kaniiodj-,
Jaok Dieks    Melville   l.eilsk. I.ill
Hawkins, Billv Taylor, Brio Hi.	
Joe Stojaok.
From Division VI to Division V
cFarl
Un
Willie K|,
Willie Duncan,
ii BliKKs. Orville
me, David I'
n. Dorothy Cam.
On Trail
Mill. Henry C'rn
■e. Km* Brown,
Ethel
Bliss.
ibell,
MoGlll,'MttloolmHurrl8,DorisD\voii,
Mabel Clai'ke,Mai'ion Miles, I rge
Kemball, Frank Martin. Marion
(.'hit. Sophia McGregor, Kathleen
Henderson, Birthnll Benson. .Itu-k
Henderson, George Pelton. Hazel
Simpson, Ernest Kennedy.
On Trial
George Baldwin, Kathleen Me-
Kni'lune.  Ida   McGregor,   Winnie
Johnson. Mary Genest, Grace Me-
I.ure. John Melcalf.
From Division q to Division 8
To 2nd Primer
Mai'Km'et Willis, Minimi Kiiin-
nier. tleorge Panning,Walter Pan*
nlng, Dun Brake. Jean M.Pbee,
Pearl badds, Mary Robert son. Hairy Roy, Harry Heise. Nellie Miller,
Grace Melnues, Robert Willi*.
(Continued on page 2>
Art lull' Shankland, Vaughn Roy,
Henry Godderls, t'ynis Pow, Theodora Huohcroft, Gertrude I'ut-
more, Kiitbleeii Dallas. Robert Pel-
ton, Holiena Kelly, Elbe Cluir-
baiieau. Marguerite Godderls, Jul
Wiiuill'red l.ippitt. Leonard Burton. Uesaie Hallet. Isubel Parker,
Fred Biigns. Jaok Waul, \'iviaii
Kummer, Miry Lanoaater, Reive
Parker, Alice Itriike.Mui-ic 1 Reade,
Katlileeu. Atchison, Edna Sander-1 jiitoheli.Kenneth Parrelt.Raviimiid
son. Charle Clapp, Charlie Mussel',! Beech. Doris Brook»,Loian Jordan,
Everett Williams. Christine Car-j Et|„.| Atchison, Jack Barrett, Mary
son, Annie Shaw, Frank Roberts, Beftttie, Robert Taylor,Walter Ag-
(ierlie Hopkins,FrancisPmv.James \ mVf< j-,,,.,.,, Keiuball. Elsie Willis.
Jai-vis, Edwunl Taylor/Maliel Fin-' Margaret Parr, Bertie George,
ley, Eunice Parrett, Verne Wood- j MttI.gare, Macdonald. Kathleen
man, Gertie Puruaby, Donald Mi *
risoii, Vera   Baxter. Irene Llnnell,
Annie Johnson.
Or, Trial
.lack   Kirklnnd. Hugh  Mucdon-
Id. Archie Horie (absent.).
From Division HI to Division III
Strahan.
Honor roll for p
til nr Khiinklanii.
Honor r.i|l for c|ej
t rude Patmore.
iliciencv—Ar
irlinent    tier
From DivisionVII to DivisionVI
TIIK
COEUR D'ALENE
Spokttne, Washington
THK  IIOTKt  WITH   A
ri:iiSO\AMTV
'I'ltls tiouso Itas tin
hai-;iy 11st I ne Hon ot being thc favorite *U\\<-
|ilug   I'lHi'f   tn   Simkitn-'
fur tlie people of British
Coin in Mh Wt> tpproolite
IIiIh pHtrunngi' umi tl.)
.'viivthliiK In our power
to timkf you roinfortftlilf
Our  location  in oicollent  —
clone to crt'iii Northern Station
und 0 W K ft N-Mllwnultf
termlDBl. and withm a mlo'.te'fc
wtilk rrom the principal IiuhIik-iis
liouHt'rt iiu.I plmi'H of iiiiniHi'ii.i'iil
Nor   HI im m nIi I n   tin   Moot
Agnes Sommerville, Goitlon Armstrong, Erma McNeil, Kayniond
St. Eloi, Clyde MoKinnon, Lt'iia
Urogan, (Stanley MolTatt, Murgar-
i*t Can*. Mac Kirklawl, Reginald
Puirett. Etlifl WllliamH, Angus
MacDonald, ke"oro Little, Thomas
Ueekie, Robert Kakin.ldn Johnson,
Minfl Monro. Olive Simpson, Ethel
OlKpp, I'hyllis Hotkey, Qoi-don
Woodman, -latnes Logan.
On Trial
Sinn Spoors, Jean Wilson, Dor-
01I13 Bassett, Helen Leolero,
liom DivisionlV:o Division III
Dorothy MoKowan, Constance
Bassett, M.try Somerville, Edward
Spence, Loretui Leoloro-Hope Taylor,   Alex  Cnssidy,   Etlith Clarke.
: Ki'tuii'is Wbrtltington* Marie Dflrr,'
I Louise Kelsey. Mildred Clnrke.
Helen Somerville, Murray Mi-Kar-
! lane.   Hay    Hill,   jolin    Liuu-iister.
i Annie Laurie, Delia Baxter, Rosa
Paseii/zo, Kmest South, Florence
Bradley, Cyril   Lees. Nora Finley,
j Harold   Dow.   Marion fHtm.lersoii.
1 Kvelyn Greenwood WallaeeCrowe. -
Joe Belanger, Karl FoimoHsy.
Lillian St.: Eloi, Flpi-ence
iiiug.   Ronnie_ Haynes.  Uta
Bin
Mai-
gawa,Donald Burton,Harry Lewis.
Evandn Voung, Irene Mueller. Julia
Fi'oat, Ernest Greenwood, Harold
Ladds. Ivy De/all, Thomas Marshall, Catherine Harrison, (iriilmin
Dale, Sherman Harris. Ilillinnl
Simpson, Suma Maigawa, Margarel
OUR HOLIDAY
REMEDY
Is Zam-Buk.*'
*i.i
ii Mr. 8. IJ. Pollt-
laa of Sonic:
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e, SriftBS. " We have
u'ei
t for 111
s J
ears anil could not
do w!
tiout H
for
chafing, heat rash,
It: sec
bites uiid
tltln Injuries."
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. rule Is
equally good Tor sun-
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v. mi, ulcers, teething rash, holts.
pimples, h-ood-polflonlng and pi'.M.
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On Trul
Jaok  Caasitly,   r.eall
Slanlcv  Pv|,.s.
Sltotldo
The [taliaTta have ixnuin
Kii'imtl from the Ausr i-i:!
the Allies are preparing t"
on the western  trout.
s   nnd
striki'
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MADE IN CANADA
FON   CANADIAN   HOMIS
WILL GIVE YOU
COMFORT
EASE AND
REAL PLEASURE
WHILE SEWINC
Can you think of any reaaon why
there should not be one In your
home?
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A   NNOUNCEMEN    T
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CANADA
PUBLIC NOTICE
DOCUMENTS TO BE CARRIED
by every male person who is not on active service in any of His Majesty's Naval or Military
Forces, or in the Naval or Military Forces of any of His Majesty's Allies, and who apparently
may be, or is reasonably suspected to be, within the description of Class One under the
Military Service Act, 1917, who for any reason may have claimed that he is not within Class
One under the Act.
^OTICE is hereby giren that, under the proTuiona ot au Order la CoiAcll
(P.C. 1013), of the 20th April, 1018, upon and after the lnt day uf June,
1918, every mate person who is not on active aervice in any of His Majesty1.*
Naval or Military Forces, or in tbe Nave! or Military Forces of His Majesty s
Allies, and who apparently may be, or ia reasonably suspected to be, within
the description of Clan One under the Military Service Act, 1917, by whom
or on whose behalf, it is at any time affirmed, claimed or alleged that he is not,
whether by reason of age, status, nationality, exception, or otherwise, within
Class One under the Military Service Act, 1917, aa defined for the time beiiij;
or ilmt, although within the said Claes, he ia exempted from or not liable to
military service; ahull have with him upon bil person at all times or in or
upon any building or premises where he at any time fst
AGE
If it he claimed that he is not within the class by reaaon of age, an official
ct-rtihrate
reputable
knowledge of tli- fact; or
member of any other society or body, a certificate of tbe fart rigaed by a*
uftiee-holder competent so to certify under the reguktivM of tht church. aWer
ur denomination, society or body, to which he belongs; or
EXEMPTION
If it be claimed that he is exempted from or not liable to ffaUttvy se/viue
by reason of any exemption granted or claimed or application peitdiaf uuder tht
Military Service Act, 1917, or the regulations therem-dex, his exemption
pspt-rs, or a certificate of tbe Registrar or Deputy Registrar of tbe district
to which he belongs evidencing the fact; or
OTHER CUSS
If it be claimed that be is not within the Class, or that he is sxsnpted, not
»f tlie date of his birth, or a certificate if his age aigued bv two I uabIe w «<*pt*d upon any other ground, a certificate of two reputable ciustss
lizeiw residing in the community la which be lives and having' r«-din| In tbe community where be lives having knowledge J the fart upon
MARRIAGE
If it he claimed that he is not within the Class by reason of marriage, a
certificate, either official or signed by two reputable citiietis reaiding in tbe
community in which he lives and having knowledge of the facts, certifying to
hln marriage and that his wife is living: or
NATIONALITY
If It be claimed that he is not within the Class by reason of his nationality,
u certificate of his nationality signed by a Consul or Vu*-Consul of the forejgL
State or Country to which he claims his allegiance is due; or a passport issued
hy tbe Government of that Country establishing his nationality; or
ACTIVE SERVICE
If it be claimed that he is excepted as a member of any of His Majesty's
Forces or as having since the 4th August, 1914, served In the Military or
Naval Forces of Great Britain or her Alliss in any theatre of actual war and has
been honourably discharged therefrom, oficial documents or an official certificate evidencing tha fart; or
CLEROY
If it be claimed that ho la sioeptsd as a membsr ef the elergy, or of auy
recognised order of an sxulusivsly religious character, or is a minister of a
religious denomination eueuag im Cauda aa 99th August, 1917, or as being a
which tbe claim is founded and certifying thereto
FAILURE TO CARRY RCQUIIITI EVIDINCt
If upon or after the lit day of June, 1*1* any such male person Im fwand
without the requisite rvidem-eor certificate u[«jh his person or in or upon the
building or premises in which he is, he ahull thereupuii be pr<*Jiwd to be a
(..-rs-iu at the time liable for military service and to be a deserter or defaulter
without leave;
PENALTY
And he shall also be liable upon s-nnsaary conviction to a hue not •aftadiag
ttV) or to imprisonment for a period m>t exceeding oae month, or to both such
fine aud imprisonment; and Moreover, any such person may forthwith be
taken into military custody and may ba there detained and required to perform military duty in tbe Canadian Kxpeditionary Fores ao long aa his seevieea
shall be required, unless or until the fact be established to the satisfaction af
competent authority that he is not liable for military duty.
FALSE CERTIFICATE
'1ns use, signing or giving of any such certificate as hereiafcefere ■■>
tioasd shall, if the certificate be in any material respect false or mislenditg M tka
knowledge of the parson, using, signing, or giving the same, be an ofeae*,
punishable, upon summary conviction, by a penalty not exceeding Ire hundred
dolkwe, and by imprisonment far any tens not swell!Isg sis months and lot
leas then cot saoath.
ISSUED BY THE MILITARY SERVICE BRANCH
OF THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE.
Ottawa, May 22. 1911. PAC1E FOUR
THE ORANBRtV'K HBRAUJ
DISTRICT NEWS
ELKO NOTES BY FRED ROO
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Graham and I
daughter Peggy, with Mrs. Ray
G. Hirtj, and Miss K. May Roo,
motored to Roosviiie and spent the j
Fourth of July the quests ot Mrs.
Fred Roo.
Some people, says Jim Thistle •
beak, are always trying to dis-j
courage you by telling you that
all millionaires are unhappy, but
they'll have to show him.
On account of the hot weather
the pickled whale travellers for
Alberta and Saskatchewan meat
trusts must have bust their bubbles
as they failed to make the grade
last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom l.eteher, ol
the Square Deal ranch, Roosvil'e
valley, motored to Fernie last '•
week.
Mrs. Allord, ol Wcstmount, Calgary, is visiting Elko, the Roosviiie falls and Roosviiie this week.
Thc citizens of Elko wish to i
extend their deepest sympathies to
Mr. and Mrs. Hales H. Ross, Mrs.
D. W. Hart, Mrs. Joule and their
families of Waldo and Baynes in
their sad bereavement.
C. C. Thompson, of Calgary,
took a party of mining men from
Spokane and Seattle to look over
the copper properties on Phillipps'
creek east of the Roosviiie post
office last week,
Miss Esther Hirtz, one of Elko's
popular young ladies, moved to
Cranbrook, where she will take up
a profession. We wish her every
kind of success.
5g*™ap»G\
Unpads
^EA'D   DIRECTIONS
|v .CAREFULLY AND
-V\   FO'ltiW THEM /
-Je^S)    EXACTLY/
[■'ar more effective than Sticky Fly
Catchers. Clean to handle, SuUl by
I), uugists and Oroccis eve rywhere.
tored to Fernie  on Sunday, where
they spent their holidays.
Vic Feldhausen. Herb Henddon
and George Sinclair spent three
days on a lishing trip up at the
Big Sand and iv'ud Creeu. They
report the fishing line and the
mosquiloes very scarce.
Miss Laura Thompson spent the
lore part of the weeu in Cranbrook I
Master Walter .Martin lefr on|
Saturday for Spoh'ane, where he
will spend his vacation.
Eric Spcnce- made a flying trip
to Cranbrook on Wednesday.
Miss Ella Dow, former teacher j
at tlie Wardner school, left Sunday
tor her home at Creston, where
she will spend her summer holi- j
days. Miss Dew will be greatly
mfssed among her many friends i
here and she will always be]
thought of by her scholars as one
of Wardner's best and most loved
teachers.
Wardner Noles
July 4
J. Thomas, ol Minnesota, is in
town visiting C. M. Pennock.
H. Harvey, E. Spence, G. Prall j
find T. Thompson made a  flying
trip to Cranbrook Sunday evening.
The big picnic held at Johnson'.s
ranch on Dominion Day proved to
be a big success. People from far
and near attended. A grand dance
was given at the King Edward
hotel immediately after thc people
arrived from the picnic groundr.
A good time is reported.
The Misses Dorothy and Margaret Feldhausen and Millie Barnes
were guests in Cranbrook Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs, C. Brown, Gene
Stone and Tony Thompson mo-
Moyie Noles
	
Douglas L.Horne, George Smith,
Ida Pearson, Alma Desaulniers
and Julia Home wrote for the entrance examination at Cranbrook
last week.
WANT ADS.
TIIK ST., II SK10MI l|.\\|> STOW;
List ot Bargains tlila week:-
Casli Register, National,, Regis Lorn
up io ififi.iMi, cost finurii bargain al
$40.00.
.Si-i of Dickon's world: 25 volumes
cost $32,00 for $12.00.
POR SALE-Porly dozen hrmmers, thc knockers
ere Winn otil <>r business.
FOUND-Wontr nhon-- has found his pup which
he advertised in the Herald lasl wttA. It went
for Joy rlilotnamoiorear.
BACHOLORS-Top shirts, under clothing umi
-M-i-kit mended, nnd collnr mending u speciality.
MARY ISABEL BUTLER, Seamstress, South
West corner of dark SVO, umi Uw'lS Bt,
WANTED TO KENT or purchase, convenlenl
house, close in. mnst bu cheap. Address "A1
Herald OJHce.	
WANTED TO BUY-K.it.-l.i-n Ituitio-, heater and
j.ou-ii-iii'M furniture, ull in *....! condition,
Cheap for cash. Address "M" Hermit) OITice.
DOG LOST—Fax terrier pup. about ■! monthi
old. on July -if I. Inform Wm.: Chong, store
keeper, city, anutecelve reward,
KOR SALE-Two cows, one half Hereford and
half Jersey, one half Holsteln half Jersey, can
In- Been tneee miles from town.   Apply Box
No. 512, oily.
POR SALE-Ono dark oomlsh  cock, suitable
either for PUra briH-diuK »r t-n-*wii'li.   Pri<n. IS
a. B. Smith, city.
iiuffi-i-   boIIiI oak cobI $65.00 bargain
$86.00
LOST.- Sll|> over cover ror uiifo-
inribili- hood, brown shade, return in
j. Armour  for reward.
POR HAl.K- Voung Pigs eight woekf
old.   Apply Prod Clark, Wycllffe.
waxtkij  ii Dork   Mission   Oak
Dining L'halra, CHoap for cash,
POR BALE Cooker Spaniel Pups also
Brood Bitches prlsa winning Btook, H,
P, Saunders, P. 0, Box ^07 Calgary,
Alta.
Miss C. M. Keir. principal of
Moyie public school, was. last
Thursday evening, presented by
the pupils o' the entrance clarsl
with a handsome gold watch
bracelet.
Nelson Smith, of Kimberley, is
visiting at the home ol his parents;
in Moyie.
Mrs- R. A. Smith and her son
George spent thc easly part of lasl >
week in Cranbrook.
Mrs. A. Pearson and her twoj
daughters visited   Cranbrook last j
week.
Port  Steele
; July 3. —The Lord Bishop
ot Kootenay and Kev. Mr.
Harrison, ot Cranbrook, officiated at divine service at the
church of St. John last Wednesday evening.
John Dubec, an Austrian,
was fined $50, or one month's
imprisonment, for failing to
report as an alien enemy : the
fine was paid. He was also
fined $50 for not registering.
He was also forced to pay $10
a day for ten days--the time
elapsed since registration day.
Constable Walsh arrested
W. E. Richards on Saturday
for carrying firearms without
a license. Richards was fined
$5 and rifle confiscated by R.
LT.Galbraitti.
Edward Turgein, a French
Canadian, was arrested as a
defaulter under the Military
Service Act and was turned
over to the military authorities
Harry Anderson, of Frank,
visited town Dominion Day,
Billy Anderson, of Michel,
was in town for a few days.
An accident happened at the
Gamble mining company's
workings at Wild Horse, two
men named Chalander and
1 Gardiner were working at the
diggings when the bank caved
in, half burying Gardiner and
throwing Chalander some distance. Chalander was not hurt
1 but Gardiner is suffering from
bad cuts about the head and
one of his ears is almost torn
off.
LAND REGISTRY ACT
section 184
1 In tlu' matter <»f Application Nu. 478 M
and In the matter of Lot8, Block, I of
Lot 182, Group 1, Map 1181.
I TAKE NOTICE that tho above apiili-
I cation has lu-t-n made to register Beat-
j rice Margaret Williamson as owner in
I fn* of the above lands antl for tbe issue
to tin1 said Beatrice Margaret William*
I son of a Certificate of Indefeasible Title thereto anil that in support of such
application there has heen produced a
I conveyance dated 27th September 1916
I from The Baynes Lake Land Company
I Limited, whose title is subject to cer-
i tain Contracts for sale (inter alia) set
I forth in the schedule hereto, and which
contracts art* unregistered in the Lund
Registry Office.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that registration will he effected in pursuance
, of the above application and Certificate
of Indefeasible Title to the said lands
issued lo the said Beatrice Margaret
| Williamson, free of such unregistered
i contract*, after the lapse of thirty days
from the service upon you respectively
j of this notice (which service upon you
j respectively may be effected by publi-
i cation  hereof    for  two   week*   in   the
I "Cranbrook Herald" Newspaper) un-
! less you respectively or you* respective
i legal representatives shall take and
proscute the proper proceedings to est-
! ahlish your respective claims, if any, to
| the said lands or to prevent such prop-
I osed action on my part.
|    The Schedule above referred to;
Contract No. 116 in favor of R. C.
Church eovaring Lot 7. Block 4, Map
1181.
Contract No. 144 in favor of W. K.
Wright covering the north 1-2 of lot 5
Block I, Map 1181.
Contract No. 121 in favor of W. S,
Frnzier covering Lot 4, Block 4, Map
1181.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
Nelson, it. c. this 4th day of July a. d.
1918.
to r. c. church, iv. P. Wright,  w. s.
! rrazler.
E. S. Stokes, District Registrar
i   ■="
WATER  NOTICE
(Dlvorslon   nnd  Us*.)
Take notice that John Lovell,
wIoko address is Cranbroo, B, G,
will apply for a licence to take and
use One Sei ond Foot ot water out
of St Joseph's creek which flows north
into St. Mary's river. The water will
be diverted from tlie stream at; a
point about the comer post oi lot 2595
anil return to creek lit) Chains further
north down the strean, and will be
used for no mestlc nnd Irrigation
purpose upon the Land described us
the west half of lot 2595. This notice
waa posted on the- ground on lie
10th day of June 1918.
A copy of this noilce nnd au application pu.'BUani thereto and tn tht
"Water Act, 1314," MV be file-i In
tin  office of tlie Water Recorder at
Cranbrook, B. C.
Objections to the application may
be filed with tlie Bald Water Recorder
or witli the Comptroller of Wi*let-
Rights, Parliament Buildings Vicuna, u. t*. wtliiu thirty days nf'er tlie
first appearance ol this notice In a
locnl   uowspapcr.
John Lovoll, Applicant,
The date of the first publication ot
this notice   \< lltli of Ju.ly  1918.
NOTICE
HIRT STY.Y.IY. TO UN SITE
NOTICE is hereby given by the un-
1 derslgned, acting under the provisions
of the Highway Acl Amendment Act,
j 11)17. that  North Sttir Avenue. Port
1 Steele Townslte. from the Southwest
boundary line of Rocky Mountain Avenue to the north east boundary line
of Oalbralth Avenue, Is hereby discontinued und closed to traffic, and sixty-
six feet (66 ft.I adjoining to the south
of the said North Star Avenue is open
to traffic in  lieu  thereof, In accordance with plan registered at the Land
Registry Ofllce, Kamloopr.
J. H. KINO,
Minister cf Public Works.
Victoria, It. t'.. 20th May, 1»18      2t-5t
FOR SALK-KItchcn range, with
hot water front, in good condition.—
Apply Herald Office.
FOR SALE CHEAP A small furnace suitable Inr 5 or 0 roomed house.
Apply to Box 046, Crunbrook.     UO-ltt
FOR SALE : Peorlecs Mangle ami
Washing Machine also Kitchen Range,
will burn coal or wood, -condition as
new.   Apply Herald Office.
CAN your I rail ami Vegetable-!,
meat or fish, by the Siuirn Pressure
System. Sepd for Catalogue and
prices of Home ami Commercial Canning Plants, Equipment Dept., Vancouver Island Fruit Lands, Limited,
Belmont Bldf., Victoria. B. C.
Women who* arc losing
veight arid energy-who
look pale and feel languid—
need the hcaltbfd effects of
Beechanft
Pills
Uri»t Silt, uf any MeAcIn* in Iti* World,
Mulil -IftrVWMra,   Ift Ix-Kua, »Jl.
inn .sai.k nHEAP-2 RrunHwIok-Btakfl pool
Lablof, full IihI uf RCMinorisi, I barber nut fit
(■'■veil*, mirror, -v:.:»lilm..ui, *>lc. All in firt --Inn
uaTiillllain, will n-pun.tr "V" IMuUI of flit*,
S MAGIC
BAKINGPOWDER
ECZEMA
Come in and wo will t?ll you something about whal 1). I). I). Prescription made in tlu I). D. D. Laboratories
of Toronto, has accomplished iu your
own neighborhood. Your money haclt
unless the flrsl  bottle relieves you.
Tlie Lriauid wSSh
Cranbrook Drug & Book Co.,
Oranbrcok, B. C.
Chevrolet 490 A
Your Last Chance at $975.00
Prize advances July 15th to
$1100.00
The Kootenay Garage
AGENTS
Also agents for DODGE Bros. Cars
An Offer of New Healili to Ail Who Are
Weak, Anemic, Nervous, Run-down
.11.-11
("\NI.Y t!ii»«. whu.fl lif* l.<lnrl>
*-' N.-rvtiuanr M iii'iluwn 'ear
vigorous liftilih thai imkm your wliola system ilmll
Wiiirunii. 1..1B.1  a tour-luli' nower to I'Mun pi
Toiiic. » Husuirnt
The New Wlnetrnla
A coniliinnioiiof l-'xtrart
otluxt, ISxtnetof Mult.
Iron and MKinrnneac,
tilyt-oru-j). o n |'i I, t. -.-.- ■ t, (
Ciileium PutMMHiutu and
{"wlii.m with m atiiL-i'IaHy
■t-loetcd wiiii*. A Tonlf,
fteattorativt-. lllooit.l.'iil-i-
tr und NiT't'-l'i«jil.   Pri -
MTil.til   liy   (III)   Mt'lil.    |
-'rofenion for Anuniiu,
lli-liilily,     Mi-riilf-Miit-H-i,
Drain K-i-r, Ncrvun-iii-'ti,
biwriij   V i lulily,  I.i
<iri|ipi*, MaU-i-i.itv-1
nt-n and I'onv '
I'rtiill any illli-'B)
■ \« ImarsW-fatttOr Arwnilr. -ur
hulili n-iilly iiicuna. I'.limit,
li.lil), is Ihv hralih yuii liet-U.
I'ii.   BoeatlH Winranv* i» a
Ltootl-irnh*?r, and a Narva-
. . .j onu i>owerful, ln-ititi.-
riviuK bCOliAiDtlon. Thore(ori) it iirutnDlca new
■trongth, inakei now blood, builda now nerve force
nnd now vitality. Thut Id wliy mi many tti.i-i.ua ln-vo
rtftominemlcd it. And tiio health that Winc-irnii
I romutoa i- luuui,: >it>ultti   not u U-in-iurary i utclnnti
11 J
i try.
.-t onv botlkj*
'.i.l.l fb-Jr tuill dlu
i llm Very -K'tncnti cf
-cl ami l.sihout which it
■ ->u-iiJi<rliil l<ni-
«'«»'■.
Obtainable from thv f\ tlowtng Draff Siorett
The Beattie-Murphy Co., Limited
3
Cranliniiik I,ami lllstrlct
I.ANII AIT
IIMrli-l  III East Kihi|||||||)
Take notice Ihat Harry Rymell ot
Kttcliener, ocouputlon l.abonrer, intends tti apply for permission to i>ur-
elia.se tlie following described huuis:-
ComnienelnK at a pust (.ianted pt tho
S. El. corner of lot :t!>03; Ihenee soulli
20 clialns; tlienee easi L'O chains;
thence north 20 chains; thence wesl
20 chains to place or commencement,
containing 40 acres excepting therefrom the right of way of tin- Canadian
Pacific Railway Company.
Harry liymoll, Applicntll
Date. 1st of .May, mis.
Date of first publication May ;io, 1018
21-01
MITII'K
Land   Ili'irMr,   Act
In tho Mailer of an Application for
the issue of a duplicate Certificate or
Title to Lois B, 0. 17, IS ami 10, block
22 anil lots 12. 14. If,. Hi. 17, IS anil 10.
block 24 of a subdivision of lots "0
and 22, tiroiip 1. Cranbrook ISstalo,
Kootenay District, rpovlni f British
Columbia, Map 1124.
Notice Is Hereby (liven Hint il Is my
Intention to Issue at lhe expiration of
one month after the first publication
hereof a duplicate of iiu Certificate
of Title lo tiie above mentioned lols
in the name of Joshua 11. Qroaves, i
which Certificate is il.iinl the loth day
of December 1012 and numbered
2020-1.
Dated nt lhe Laud Registry Ollice at
Nelson, II. C. tills 21sl day of May.
IBIS. i
E, S. STOKES,
District  Registrar.
Dale of first publication, May SOtli,
101S. 21-0t
The Herald
$2.00 year
new and improved Firestone;
the most perfect tire
yet produced.
Your car should have
the benefit of the
Firestone mileage
features, the tougher,
thicker tread, the
added cushion stock
and rubber between
the layers. All these
advantages increase resiliency and strength,
giving you greatest
possible comfort and
longest wear.
We recommend
Firestone Tires for
every kind of service.
See us today.
Cranbrook Saddlery Co.
Cranbrook, B. C.
Vulcanizing den. on oar pr.mi...
Flra.tone Tin ft Rubber Company
Mam, Okie, U.I. A.
Timfotie
PUBLIC NOTICE
Military Service Act, 1917.
Men 19 and 20 Years of Age.
Harvest Leave.
Leave of Absence on Ground of Extreme Hardship.
Procedure to obtain Leave of Absence.
Men Nineteen and Twenty Years of Age.
It has come to the attention of the Government that there is a widespread
impression that young men of nineteen years, and those who became twenty
since October 13, 1917, as well as those who may become nineteen from time to
time and who have been or will bo called upon to register under the Military
Service Act, are to be immediately called to the colours.
This impression is quite incorrect. No date has yet been fixed for calling
upon such men to so report for duty, nor has the question been brought before
the Cabinet for decision. In view of the need of labour on the farm, it is most
unlikely that consideration will be given to the matter until after the harvest is
over, although of course the Government's action must be determined primarily
by the military situation.
There is no further obligation inrumnent upon young men of the ages
above mentioned who have registered or who do so hereafter, until they receive
notice from the Registrars.
Harvest Leave.
Some enquiries have been received as to the possibility of granting lu-.rvest
leave to such troops as may be in the country at that time. No definite assurance can be given on this point as advantage must be taken of ships as they
become available. On the other hand, harvest leave will be given if at all
possible.    ,
Leave of Absence on Grounds of Extreme Hardship.
It is desired that the Regulations respecting leave of absence in cases of hardship should bo widely known and fully understood. Such leave will be granted
in two cases:— (a) where extreme hardship arises by reason of tlie fact that the
man concerned is either the only son capable of earning a livelihood, of a father
killed or disabled on service or presently in service overseas, or in training for
such service, or under treatment after returning from overseas; or the only
remaining of two or more brothers capable of earning a livelihood (the other
brother or brothers having been killed or disubled on service, or being presently
in service overseas, or iu training for overseas or under treatment after his or
their return from overseas); brothers married before 4th August, 1914, living in
separate establishments nnd having a child or children not to be counted,
in determining the fact that tl* man is the "only" remaining son or brother|
(b) where extreme hardship arises by reason of exceptional circumstances such as
the fact that the man concerned is the sole support of a widowed mother, an
invalid father or other helpless dependents.
It is to be noted.that in all thew) cases the governing factor is not hardship,
loss or suffering to the individual concerned, but to others, that is, members of
his family or those depending upon him.
Procedure to obtain leave of absence.
A simple system for dealing with these cases has l>een adopted. Forms of
application have been supplied to every Depot Battalion and an officer of each
battalion has been detailed whose duty it is to give them immediate attention.
The man concerned should on reporting to his unit state that he desires to apply
for leave of absence on one or more of the grounds mentioned and his application
form will then be filled out and forwarded to Militia Headquarters, Ottawa. In
the meantime, if the case appeals meritorious, the man will be given provisional
leave of absence for thirty days so that he may return home and continue his
civil occupation while his ease is being finally disposed of.
Issued by Department op Militia and Defence,
Department ok Justice.

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