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Array THE CRANBROOK HERA
I'AUR THBI
VOLUME 21
CRANBROOK,    BRITISH COLUMBIA,
THURSDAY, APRIL 3rd, 1819
L
Nl FDDM NELSON
Local Overflow
C staples, m Wycllfte, Informs the
Ilerultl tlint tin- wood Hills ar.. around
again.
(HUH MEETING
OF
Keep Friday,
May Snd, cl
ear ror the
big united G. V
r. V. A. and
City Band
dance   ln   the
Auditorium
Special
orchestra.
It
Tlu
Trade
llHH.lv
Kiu-kiniiiiili
Cranbrook will not stand for Hol-
tdievlsm In any shape or form This
district has sent loo many men to the
front and too much of the rich red
blood of its nous hail been shed on tinfields of Flanders to tolerate any kind
of a flirtation with the enemy.
There Is no objection to the workman of Canada uniting to promote
their own Interests or to Improve the
•rondttloiiN Under which they live and
work, but no propnntnda meetings
will ho permitted In he held lu (ranbrook to Btreugthou ihe hands of tho
enemy ami -'liable tlie unrepentant ol-
tlloilKh   cowed   enemy   ul     civilization
and democracy to net again on Ita
feet and Inn) Immunity into another
hell, worse If could lie than dial frnm
which It Ih now Blowly oinovglng.
An attempt was made to hold such
a mooting here on Saturday nlght.'bul
ue soon us its purpose became known
It was (dosed wllh n bang and the guy
who tried to pul It over was given hla
walking ticket.
A Bolshevik In disguise, with the
name of a Scotchman, hut with thc
heart of a Hun had notices posted all
over town headed: "Workers of the
World Unite." and on the Btrougth of j have beet
that a number of inen—prolmhly one Mutton hu
hundred—gathered in the vacant store
neit to thc Imperial hotel, for the
ostensible purpose of organizing a
Loggers' Union, but really, as it was
soon ascertained to strengthen the
hands of the enemy with whom we
are still at war.
The organizer started off with a
good deal of enthusiasm,  hut   when
ntroKTANT move iti;
AI'TB BOOTH TO NKI.SON
following letter has been sent |
Creston ami Nelson Boards of
by the secretary of the Crim-
Auio   Association:
Oranbrook, March L'iith. mi!'
Secretary of Crostoti and NeUon
Hoards of Trade,
Hear Sir:—\t a mooting of the,
Cranbrook Automobile Association
held Friday, March 88th, I waa In-
simcti-d tu yvrlte you iv the proposed
litghwii)  between Sirdar and Kuska*|
Mill
'Ho
he
en
I    On Wednesday night cranhrook and
! Nelson met in their return telegraph-
I ic bowling contest. In which the Cranhrook boys put their beat foot forward
j aud tread heavily on the Nelson quln-
! tette.
' A large crowd of rooters were on
hand to give the home team their moral support, and time after time the alleys rang with their loud and lusty
cheers as the "Hrook" boys pulled
off some pretty shots. |
Ai  the end or the flrsl name   the      flow's Ihe lime for IVmil-. Shoes-
Oranbrook boya had a lend of Ts pins  Our complete range now on display In
over their opponents, ; men's, hoys- girls* a d woraento out-
The second game saw the local team : fug shoes,   Moffatt's Variety Stun-
still further ahead, after annexing 158
more pins to their total, leaving them     Mrs. Geo. Lei tell wns the lucky wm-
witii a total of 880 pins to their oredlt. j '"■•* ot the box knitted by the Duoheas
Leaman and Dallas starred for the|°f Connaught,   which   were  rocently
Complete line of Men's and  Boys1
Caps and children's hats now on display.    Moffatt's Variety Store.
Private A. Kenhow. a returned soldier, arrived yesterday at noon and
was heartily welcomed by numerous
friends.
ml Nelson Ai a meeting I
rds of Trade and Auto Asso-
( Ifiaat and W|esl Kootenay
cison mi January Oth, at I
writer was a dologate, reso-
rq drawn up and Ben I to ihe'
i Provincial governments
lo provide tli
alhn
! held a
: which
' IIItloilB wet
Dominion i
■asking thei        	
Iriig link between Kind ami West Koo-
I ten ay as above stated    Our Auto Afl-I y
ns    well  as  our  Hoard of, |
idorBod this resolution.  Since i a
Iution lias heen forwarded we
Informed that another rem)- j j'-'
been drawn up and forwarded to  Victoria  and  Ottawa, asking
Dial  the road along the east side  of
Kootenay Lake as far north as Crawford Hay be completed.    As you   arO|j
A
local team, averaging ITt ami 17:t respectively for the three games. Flu-
ley pul up ii very good game, Inn had
a lot or hard luck lu thc third inning:-;.
liar I'd!   nnd  Itlches  were slightly  off
raffled by th
Women
lor, their usual hrlllium
isonl throughout the series
Following is the score:
Trade
this I
K. Leaman
U. Dallas .
Riches  	
Iranlirook
,17!i
.184
I ■!: ■'■
Barrell
Finley
..121
..125
..170
well aware the said road will tuke |
some considerable time to complete
and our association felt that the road
from Sirdar to Kuskanook could be
completed at very little expense by us.
ferry connect ion arranged for at once.
This would give us the necessary start
iomplete   the missing link aud the]
he saw a goodly number of returned ing the Great Northern grade, and tlie
veterans  filing iu,  with others  who
still believed that it was necessary to
present au unbroken front to the en- ™^_
eray he lost his pep.   The air became road would then follow as a natural
more and morecliurged with electri- consequence.   Our association wish to
city.     Hair    began    standing up in point out that if ilift-, connection could
JerkB all over the hall. like the'fur on be   completed  ihis summer, that   It
a cat'* back when it is stroked tlie would be of grea! benefit to both Qrefl-
wrong wny   Sparks flashed from the ton and Nelson, in the number of tour-
eyeB of men who for year:* liavo been I Isis and land seekers, that would  be
H.  Allen   ..
T. Wulley .
Tyler ..
IO. L. Buchanan
EJ.   V.   Brnke   .
C. W
Nelson
 159
... 185
.. ..151
....lal
 ior.
1S1
132
177
12:1
128
154
144
eing
Business is Improving and that is n
very good sign that ihe world Is being reconstructed on a better imsis
Hum before the war.
Tin-   postponed   annual   meetiug    of
tlie Cranhrook Poultry Association
will he hold In the City Hall 011 Friday. April 5th, at S p. ni. AM Interest'
ed are urgently requested to attend.
On Monday evening next, 7th Inst.
at S o'clock, a meeting will he held in
the Baptist church for the fonuiltion
of a local branch of ihe people's Prohibition Association, of It. c. The
meeting is culled hy the local Ministerial  Association  and supporters   of
li"!) I the movement are urged to attend,
14"
124:
74i;
Totals
701
attracted to your respective districts,
therefore we would urge upon you tlie
necessity of bringing every Influence
I AlOintS    INSTHTTi:    NOTES
DO the farmers here know that Kuni-
loops District has had a resident agricultural representative for years in
the person of Mr. Oeo. Hays? A live
stock man and the one who is largely
responsible for tlie advancement of the
mixed farming and live stock interests
so evident over there in the last few
$10.00 ItlWAItll
For information as to the person who
shot 0 male pheasant near Watt Avenue on Wednesday, March 25th.
10. T. COOPIOU
On Saturday. March 29th,
: Stockbreeders Association of South-
1 east Kootenay held Its first annual
meeting. The attendance, considering the condition of the roads, was
very good and tile enthusiasm ot
those present was alt that could he
wished for. promising n better year
and more good accomplished, for the
members and tho district, in the second year of tlie association's life than
in the first.
The president. I'eter Woods-*, wa- ir
the  chair  and   reviewed   briefly   tin
work that had 1-een acoompllalls
outlined   what   wns  expec:ed   1
I association    during this year.
mentioned, particularly tho good that
■ had been accomplished by ihe visit
Mr   McKenzie, provincial  range e
pert, and ihe greater benefl. wo l.o
ed to secure from Ills promised vi
early Ihis year.    Mr. Woods asked f
the hearty suppori of every sfoeknu
In the district Tor ihe association,
hy Mint support the association
be made a innvorful Influence tor i!i
betterment   of    conditions  genera 11
nnd of the live stock industry In par
tlcnhir.
Tlte following officers were elocto
for the current year:
('resident—P. Woods, Cherry Creel.
Vice-11 resident—W.    Cnrlfn.      For
Steele.
Secretary-treasurer -E It. McPhoi
Oranbrook.
Direelors—H. W. Sharp, Haynes
F. Derosler. Jnfrray; S. Parker, SI;oo
kumeliuck; H. Barr, Wasa; B. John
son, Wardner; W. 0. Itatnmaii..Vtoylc
A Doyle, Fort Steele: ll.IOdwurd.OVy
ollffo; Oeo. Scott, Newgate; Fatlio
Lamhot, (Mission); W. B. Bardgett
Cranhrook.
' mm
-■|.g
seeing ro-i    Tho fac
no Unlo.i Jack dlsplayeJ at the meet
Ing, or any other sign that it  was :
loyal gathering of l.-.H i:c:* iu wai
time, aided fuel to the fire    Th
who had  fought   nil  bled  for
country began (0 feel that ther
a traltoroH object .1 the gnV
and they were unable tc ct.tv )
Sergeant Walsh, after a group or
two had talked together, went onl utui
soon returned with two small Union
Jacks and these were placed one at ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
either side of the table where the or-  , .
ganlser was signing up men ror ibe     (-( \\t y, \t Notes—Regular Meet,
new union. tug. Sunday. April nth. official visit of
When the announcement was made Walter Drinnan. provincial organiz-
that the meeting would he continued ing 8eoretary All members requester the benefit of those who had ap- Bd l0 |„, on hand...Arrangements ore
piled for membership to the new ot- un,|or Wfty lor (l combination 'lance of
ganlsatlon tt was thought time to ask th(, ftfluoclation and the City Band to,
Iheorgatilret- .*»*'•;*:-nac.-4.lo:i? and find   \jV heW .,.. j[rt(- -jnd...The Association ■ nieetlne oil this matter
possible to bear upon the Provincial j years and now showing its effed In
governmeni and the c   P. U asking1 the Live Stock Union which lias heen
them to provide the necessary means so successfully carrying out sales   of
of transportation between Sirdar aud j live stock the last fall and winter.
Nelson   Assuring you of our hearty!    The Advisory Board was very earn-
suppori lu this matter, 1 beg to re* est in asking that tliis system be ex-
main, yours truly. : tended to other live stock districts and
\\'. II. WILSON.            j Mr. Harrow stated he would do all he
Secretary Cranhrook  District Auto could to   further   the plan.   Now,   If
Association. | we get behind this thing and make
ourselves heard we can get an energetic specialist in live stock and dairying located here to serve the Institutes
and associations of Columbia, Fertile
and Cranbrook riding and keep us In
touch with each other and modern progress in our calling.
Wanted--Someone to speak out In
PRESBYTERIAN
Church
SI NOVY. APRIL HT1I
Morning Service—11 a.m.. subject, "The Ureal Life."
Sunday School in lhe afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Evening Service—7.80 p.m., subject, "TheAverage Man
Solo by Mrs. .1. Thompson.
Rev. H. M, Lyon wfll preach al both services.
YOU  ARE CORDIALLY  INVITED
SPRINtr
MILLINERY
SUITS
COATS
Correct in Style
Correct in Quality
Correct in Price
NO   TWO   ALIKE
We Will
Be Pleased
To Show y
ou
\ ■ . ri
5	
McCreery Bros.
w
CRANBROOK'S ORY  GOODS ANO  CLOTHfNC   ST0RE8
out Just where we were nt
In answer to questions put hy F. J.
Gulmont the organizer admitted that
he was a delegate from the Labor
convention thnt was recently held at
Calgary that passed the disloyal resolutions expressing sympathy for the
Bolsheviks and Soviets of Russia and
the Spartacans of Germany and that
he gave those resolutions his support
It then became evident that the meeting could proceed no further and it
was closed by singing tho Sn* ioti.il
Anthem and the passing of >.■.*• following resolution unanimously "Resolved 'bat thi:- meeting is utterly opposed to tlie Bolshevik or Soviet government in Russia and tlie Spartacan
revolution frt Germany This resolution was carried with cheers, nol one
protestant In the crowd
Von Mackon/.eu then gathered up
bis books and papers and Hew the
roup
After the meeting * as iver it wee
decided to make a good ending to n
Job well begun and to prevent (he disguised Hun from gathering his tones
together again, lie was waited upon
in his room at the hotel and told to
cough up the money he hud taken
from the loggers by false representation nnd to \iuk up nodtako a hike to
the nearest stnilon north, east, south.
or west. He did nol like the Idea of
walking and suggested thai be have a
chance   lo   ride out   on   lhe  cushions
But ho was reminded of this fact that
many of the boys who wen I from
Cranbrook hud walked a good man*.
more tulles titan he would have to
walk, where walking wus not near!)
so good and curry a heavier pack than
ho would have to carry. He asked
how long he was to lie given to get
ready and one of the men said, with
bis foro-llngcr pointing at the offender with the directness of a revolver,
ono minute, Ho began to argue the
point, hut was given to understand
that this was a time for action and
not for words. He therefore handed
over the cash he had taken at the
meeting, packed up lu a hurry and
was escorted to the nearest auto livery and was permitted to ride over to
Fort Steele
We have been requested to say that
tho money paid In by the men who
thought tbey were joining a loggers'
UAtoii In their own Interests and nm
Joining"nttfdt-Willi tho enemy to enable Mm to regain by fraud the
ground he bad lost in open battle,will
be returned ou application to tho si1-1
rotary of tho G W V. A., U Itlchard-
roii, al the Horald office on presentation of their receipts.
C. I
HrtttefullV acknowledges a donation j We hear on good authority that the
of $76.00 to the piano fund from the creamery-will Be operated, this seafton
Women's institute. ;l»d »}" be °',ene(1 ,n ,ll(1 n«r flitui*
, Give tlie creamery your support, don t
Raster lards. UiU-kcii-.. Ducks umll be one of those chops that prefers to
a full line of novelties now on display | work his wife to death over a churn
at Moffatt's Variety Store,
: rather than his Pord over the
road delivering his cream. You can
, always get another Ford, sometimes It
I isn't so darn easy getting another wife.
Considerable loss has recently occurred in the Okanogan from hcmori
■ hash* septicemia In cuttle and it is
[apparently tlie disease has arrived in
I B. t\ fn several districts. There have
been recent losses here and undoubtedly more will follow as a well developed case Is nearly always fatal. So
fur a cure lias not been found but a
preventive serum has beon discovered
1 ihat Is effective tn a large extent.
Dr. llutledge has been making a
study of this malady for the past year
fn expectation of its arrival here und
is ready to combat it as fnr as tiie most
modern studies on H have progressed
to date.
\KIMl\-IUtmV\
1:
H  OFFICIALS WAITK1I
I'l'ON HV IMUHIl Ol tkaih:
Oront Hall, (\ P. It. vice-president
snd D. C Coleman, general manager
of the western lines, stopped off al
Cranbrook on Tuesday evening while
on a tour of the western systom., They
were waited upon by a delegation from
the Board of Trade, who brought to
tlieir attention several matters of vital
Interest to Oranbrook, among them
an increased train service, tlie railway situation at Waldo and the rumor
that was sot afoot hist winter In regard to the cut-off from Yahk to Klko
Grant Hnll replied that thc company
would increase the service us soon as
traffic warranted It, that ho would
make further Inquiries Into the situation at Waldo and thnt the company
had never considered cutting Cranbrook off the main line They proceeded westward on Wednesday morning on their tour of Inspection, ac-
HSMSlittd   !>f .Superintendent C. S.
HON. .HHIN OMVl.lt
Premier of HrltMi i 'oliimbls
A beautiful wedding service took
place on Tuesday evening at the residence of Mrs. Robertson, Norbury
avenue, when Rev. II, 31. Lyon united
In marriage Gladys Drown, IVom Saskatoon, Sask. aud Albert Joe Neu-
maii. of Kimberley. Mrs. Phillips
played ihe wedding inarch as the
bride tntered the room leaning oh the
arm of C, H. Phillips. Mrs. F. M.
MacPherson sang with grout feeling
"Until, and in the „ Garden of your
Heart," during the signing of the mar-
resources, wholch will need millions J rlage register. After the ceremony
Of dollars for development, Premier! the wedding guests were served With
Oliver, of Brlttsh Columbia, realizes j a dainty buffet luncheon, Miss Uer-
tbo great need of saving hy tlie people tha M. thrown acted as bridesmaid,
ot Cannda, if they are to retain the! und Mr. J. R. Wiseman supported the
heritage that nature hns placod In j groom. The bride looked very 1m>-
tlieir uandi     in a recent  statement|coming lu a neat travelling costume
It  (. Pit! Mlllt M'PPOKTS Will
SUIM.S CAMPAIGN j
Being leader of the government In i
a province richly endowed iu natural;
"Respecting the
Ring In tlie mind
eetl of Industry and
iv that, necc
million I have hern able lo obtain, the
Dominion of Canada, as wen as the
different provinces and municipalities,
to nny nothing of individuals, have a
very largo accumulation of Indebtedness, a very large proportion of which
is owing to creditors outside of Canada
"In addlliou to these debts for
moneys borrowed we Imve the fact
that many of our Industrial establishments and also large areas of our agricultural lands, fisheries, timber and
mines are controlled by foreign cap- j
italists; tlie payment of Interest on
borrowed moneys, ns well as the profits derived from the exploitation of
our natural wealth, constitute un immense drain upon tlie wealth produced lu Canada
"There is only one way whlehocetirs
to me by means of which this condition of affairs can bo alleviated or
remedied, and that is by the Inculcation of Industry and thrift Into the
minds of out* people to such an extent
that moneys saved shall be re-invested
In our own country
"I, feel sure that, unless the people
of Canada pay more attention to huv
Ing a iiioi
I of  blue,   with   hat  to  match.      The
ecosalty of iticiil- i bride and bridesmaid carried boquets
ot our people tho  Of carnations and  fern.    The tost to
iiiving. 1 would'the  bride   was  proposed  hy  Rev.   II.
the host Infor-lM. Lyon and replied to by Mr. C, li.
Phillips.   The toast to the groom was
given  by Mr.  Moffatt, to  which   Mr.
x en ma n suitably replied,
The young couple will reside at
Klmberley, where Mr. Neumun has
i-lmrue of the enrpenter work ln connection wllh tho Sullivan mine,
The Herald Joins tbe many friends
of tlie happy young couple In extending best wishes for a long and prosperous married life.
"jWethoMst Clnutl)
 Pastor   Rev. R. W. LEE	
SUNDAY NEXT
11 a.m. Divine Worship
12 m,   Sabbath School.
7.30 p.m. Divine Worship
Both Services will be conducted by
Rev. W. W. Abbott B. A. B. D.
I I llll     ■ !■ II >     *
A Hearty Invitation To All
Get The Back Yard Cleaned Up
GARDEN RAKES, GARDEN SPADES,
SPADING FORKS
WE SELL
FERRY'S &  STEELE BRICGS SEEDS
J. D. McBRIDE
PHONE s
ItAKEK STREET
'osl
i'
Living i>i
t making
Our
SfN
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stand
on Ihelr
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lint him*
nit!
Mil,
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GARDEN and
FIELD Seeds
IVIi) mil nil Ihr lliirli (
liie garden dn Ifa bit)
mill merits; tiny conul
heen thoroughlv tried
ful. a ml well adapted fn
FLOWER SEEDS
ni:.UT!iv von.   mon   ouopxns with
FLOWERS AMI HM t '■'■'.. PLANTS
Your Choice '.i Seeds trom
RennittN Perry'i and Steele Brigs*
JOHN MANNING
ffiH<V»■ i»Hfl-»  w Vbi  » H/fr    m%Jil^e^ter/[/t.mtt\'att»imfm
AUDITORIUM
WEDNESDAY,   April 9
<*Q
*
CAW) JfeCBKEBY, M. r., SBT
FINE I.XAMI'U: TO HIS MEN
C&nt. (3- S McCreery, M. (\, arrived
iiomo on Saturday. He watt givon
hearty welcome al the station by tiio
band and a lain-' number or friends.
He enlisted In the spring of lOlfi with
the 225th and wan afterwards transferred to the 158ttt and went overscan
with that battalion. He went to
France with the Kith Canadian Scottish In the fall of that year. He wns
wounded nt Hill 70 In Aug. 1917. and
aigaln nt Cambrnl on Oct Ut, HUS.
He watt made Captntn In July, litis
and received bin M, C. In August. Tho
^^ .minimal portion of the' I-ondon tiazoto of January llth Hays:
Wealth wlilcii thoy produce for re-ln-l "Ho assembled his commond with
voatmont in productive enterprises groat precision. In an advance ho
within cnnadii, the tlmo will surelyI was marked fqr his great courage antl
como when Canada will Im- ImpOVer- (determination.     Ho rallied his mon
■il Instead of being what nature
evidently Intended, a wealthy Canada
Inhabited by a contented and pros
porous people."
forward from position to position nnd J
captured several machine Iguna.
Throughout he set a fine einmple to'
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
CHANGE IN
Train Service
i:fiVcllic Align*! Im. HM*. tlirre will In- u iiriirral rluiniri- In in in
HvrvlfT.   Tlntt'N for trains nt franlinink will lif:
No. li;
11.30 |),in. l.v.
12.1)0 Noon Ar.
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Cranbrook
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Kootenay Lnndlnl.
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BUD SCII.VI I ■ni  PRESENTS
Thai Funny "lunlonl Farce
IKEY <a ABEY
, It ti ,1 Silini'i'iT) i Al  Bordel
Himnortcd in nn Excollcni Company.
Dancing Singing
Laughing        Chatting
Throw  Hull (iiro In Hie Winds-- Come   nnd   lie
Jolly ffUll I -.
A Perfect Whirlwind ol Dellvhtfnl Surprises. I'n-
i.iii,- Features. New and XoTel. Nothing I" Offend.
A PERFORMANCE OF ill.HVlil.
(■mtrnnteed
THESE  PRICES INI 1,1'liK TAX-
Prices-55c, 80c, $1.10  {
Section for Children 28c
Sent Snle at llcntlli'-Nolilc's.   ('iiiluiii at S.K.I.
{j*»n ,t\fsm tyttm ttt\\ftm ti\f,m  ilfftt,   t\fsm i Hfiettmttt^fimk THE CRANBHOOK HERA
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VOLUME 21
CRANBROOK,    BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, APRIL M, 1018
%•
WIN FROM lOSII
Local Overflow
('. Staples, oi Wycllffe, In Coma the
Herald that the wood ticks art* around i
again.
Mill MEETIN6
OF
Keep Friday. May Snd, deal lur the
big united (J* W. V. A. and (Sty Band
dance   in   the Auditorium     Special
orchestra. it
Cranbrook will not stand for Bolshevism In any shape or form Tills
district haa sent too many men to the
front and too much of the rich red
blood of its sons Imd been shed on the
fields of Flanders to tolerate any kind
of a flirtation with tlie enemy.
There Is 110 objection to the workmen of Canada uni line to promote,
their own Interests or to improve the
conditions under which they live and
work, hut no propogdndn meetings
will ho permitted lo bo held In Crnnbrook to Blrongtl  tho hands of the
enemy and enable the unropontnni although cowed enemy Of clvIllfUlttOll
and democracy lo gol again on lie
feet ami hurl humanity into another
hell, worse If could he than thai trom
which it is now simviy emerging,
An attempt was made to hold bucIi
a meeting here on Saturday iilclii.lmi
us soon as its purpose became known
It was closed witli a Ihuir and Lhe gtl)'
who tried to pul It over was given iiis
walking ticket.
A Bolshevik in disguise, with tin"
name of a Scotchman, hut with the
heart of a Hun had notices posted all
over town headed: "Workers of thej
World Unite." and on tho strength of
that a number of men—probably one
hundred—-gathered In tho vacant store
nett to tho Imperial hotel, for the
ostensible purpose of organizing a
Loggers' Union, but really, as it was
soon ascertained to strengthen the
hands of the enemy with whom we
are still at war.
The organizer started off witli a
good deal of enthusiasm, but when
he saw a goodly number of returned
veterans filing In. with others who
still believed that it was necessary to
t present, an unbroken front to tlie enemy he lost his pep. The air became
jnore and mofecnarged with electricity. Hair began standing up In
jerks all over the hall, like the'fur on
a cat'* back when it is stroked the
wrong way Sparks flashed trom the
eyes of men who for year; havu been
seeing r^i The fat I'm. there wa<-
uo Unio-i Jack displayed ut the mooting, or any other sign thai ti was a
loyal gathering of I.'.ii-he. - in war
time, aided fuel to the I'lre Tlu- mt-u
Who had fought iai hlcil far tlntr
country began to feel tin. ihorq was
a traltoro'js oWio: .1 the |.«iU-\»-\'i,g
and they were nimble lr ■ ■ 1 f- [;■•■ f.
Sergeant Walsh, after a group or
two had talked together, wen 1 oni ami
booh returned with two small Union
Jacks and these were placed one nt
either side of the table wliere the organizer was signing up men for the
new union.
When the announcement was made
that the meeting would he continued
for the benefit of those who had applied for membership to the new organization It was thought time to nsk
the orgsnlrc-p i«^ ■■-;■ -jveitlonfl and find
out Just where we were at,
In onswer to questions pul by F. J.
Gulmont the organizer admitted Hint
ho was a dele-jate from tlie Labor
convention that was recently held ni
Calgary Ihat passed thc disloyal resolutions expressing sympathy for the
Bolsheviks und Soviets of Ruaslo and
the Spartacans of Germany and that
he gave those resolutions his mi] port
It then became evio'onl that ihe meeting could proceed no further nnd it
was closed by singing the Xa'ion.il
Anthem and the passing of tho following resolution unanimously: "Resolved that this meeting is ntierl,. opposed to the Bolshevik or Soviet government iu Russia and the Spartacan
revolution lil Germany This resolution was carried with chcorB, not one
protestant in the crowd
Von Maokonson then gathered up
his books end pnpere and flew lhe
coop
After ihe meeting -a** over tt was
decided to i.-.akc a good ending to a
job weii begun ami to pre vou l the disguised Hun from gathering his forces
together again, he was waited upon
ln his room ut the hotel and told to
cough Up the money he had taken
from the log-gors by false representation and to pack up a mil like a hike in
the nearest station north, east, BOUthj
or west, He did nol like the idea of
walking and suggested thut he have a
t'haiicii to ride tint mi the oUBhlont.
But he was reminded or this fact that
many of the boys who went from
Cranbrook had walked a good iwun
more miles than lie would huve to
walk, where walking was not uoarlj
so good and enrry a heavier pack than
be would have to carry, lie asked
how long he was lo be given to go)
ready aud one of the men suid, will.
his fore-finger pointing at the offender wllli the directness of a revolver,
ono minute, lie began to argue the
polni, -bill was given to understand
thai this was a time lor acltoti ami
aot for words He therefore handed
over (he cash he had token at i!i<
meetiug, packed up iu a hurry and
was escorted to the nearest auto livery ami was permitted to ride over t 1
Fort Steele
We have been requested lo say that
- tho money paid In by the men who
thought they were Joining a loggers'
littion In (heir own Interests and 1101
Joining "linnrtinrtth the enemy in en
able him 10 regain hy fraud the
ground tie hnd lost iu open battle.will
be returned ou application to thu secretary of tho Q W V. A„ L, ltii'hard.
sou, at the Herald office on presentation of their recolpts.
r. i'
IMWTANT MOVE HE
Al TO ROUTE
Complete Hue of Men\ nnd Hoys'
I Caps and children's hats now 'in dls-
! play.    Moffatt'fl  Variety Store.
Tin
Trado
brook
fallowing letter has been sent
CrestOU and Nelson Board-- ol'
hy ihe secretary of tlie Craa-
A11I0 Association:
Oranbrook, March 89th, HUD
Secretary Of Creston and Nelson
Boards of Trade.
Dear Sir:—At it meeting ol the
Cranbrook Automobile Association
held Krldiiy. .March 88th, I was Instructed in write you re the proposed
highway   between   Sirdar  and   Kuska-
eartily
nook. 1
Khiftkat
held  at  NO)
which
1  ferry  connection   I
I and Nelson     Al a
ids ni Trade and Ant
r ESasl and W|esl  K
a January
Writer was a delegate
re drawn up and sen
On Wednesday night Cranbrook and
Nelson met in their return telegraphic bowling contest, in which the Cranhrook boys put tlieir best foot forward
j and tread heavily on the Nelson tjuln
TO NEI.90N jtetto.
A  large crowd of rooters  were 01
hand to give the home team their ntor- private  \   Ken bow
al support, and time after time the £ a          lvej       ,   d
leys rang wllh their loud and lusty
cheers as the •'Brook" hoys pulled
off some pretty shots.
At tin' end of tiie first game tbe
Cranbrook boys had a load of 78 plus
over their opponents.
The second gitim- saw the local team
BtHl further ahead, nfter annexing 158
more pins to tlieir total, leaving them
with a total of 280 pins to their credit.
I.t'iimiin and Dallas starred for tlie
local team, averaging 174 and 1711 respectively for the three games. Cln-
tey put up a very good game, hut bad
a lot of bard luck in the third Innings
returned boI-
nt   noon   and
friends,
flow's the time fur
1 Our complete range 1.
men's, hoys' girls' a
ing shoes.    Moffett's
■etingl
Tennis .Sheen
ow on display Ir
d women's out
Variety Store,
Mrs. ceo Lcitch was tin- lucky winner of the sox knitted by the DucheBs
if Connaught, which were recently
raffled hy the Women's Institute
"''■  at: Barrett  and  Rich™   	
fv°?,°* color, their usual brilliant
1   '"  ,1"      ,.lw.xil    Hi,./.,,.,!,, I„.   „„_!,
lightly
I J.
:A
j.
in.
M. Dallas .
Riches ....
.1. Barrett .
J.   Finley   .
Totals
hlliDiw were urawu hii uuu «tui «• mil- bgflnt ,|N. ,,
Hnuilnion and I'rovincial governments ffollowlna i
asking them to provide this connect.'
ing link between Kast and West Kootenay as above stated our Auto Association as well as our Board of
Trade endorsed Ihis resolution. Sin
this resolution has been forwarded we
have been informed that another resolution ims been drawn up and forwarded to Victoria and Ottawa, asking
that the road along tlie east side of
Kootenay Lake as far north aw Crawford Bay be completed. As you are
well aware tiie said road will tuke
some considerable time to complete
ami our association felt that the road
from Sirdar to Kuskunook could be
completed nt very little expense hy using the Qroat Northern grade, and tiie
ferry connection arranged for at once.,
This would give us tlie necessary start
complete the missing link and the'
road would then follow us a natural'
conBequeiice. Our association wish to
point out that if this connection could |
be   completed ibis summer, that
(J ranbrook
Leaman 179
.184
121
. 126
.17(1
182
177
mi
being
J. H.  Allen   ..
A. T. Wulley  .
C. \V  Tyler ..
10. tt. Buchanan
E. V.  Brake   .
Totals   ,
Nelson
 159
... 185
. ..151
,...151
 105
12:i
154
Ht
Business is Improving and that is a
very good sign thai lho world Is heing reconstructed on a better basis
than  before the war.
The postponed annual meeting of
tho ('ranbrook Poultry Association
will be held in the City Hall 011 Friday. April .'Hi, at g p, m. All Interested nre urgently requested to attend,
Ou   Monday  evening  next. 7lh   lust.
at s o'clock, a meeting will be held in
ihe Baptist church for the t'nrni-ltion
of a local branch of tho People's Prohibition Association, of B. C, The
meeting is called by the local Ministerial Association and supporters of
tlie movement are urged to attend,
lb'
that
visit
FAKMEltS   INSTITUTE   NOTES
Do'the farmers here know that Kaui-
it I loops District has hud a resident agrl-
*HUHI REWARD
For information as to the person w
shot a male pheasant near Watt  A
enue on Wednesday, March 25th.
13, T. COOPER
On     Saturday.    March     29th,    the)
Stockbreeders   Association   of   South- j
east  Kootenay   held   its   first  annua!
meeting,     The  attendance,   consider-
Ing the condition of the roads, was
very    good  and   the   enthusiasm   of 1
those  present  was nil  that could  be
wished  for,  promising n  better  year;
and more good accomplished, for the !
members and the district, in the second year of the association".-, life than
iu the first.
Tbe president. Peter Woodn, waa iu
the chair and reviewed briefly tin
work that had beep accomplished end
outlined what wus expected of
I association during this year,
mentioned, particularly the good
: bad been accomplished by the Vll
Mr McKenzie. provincial rnngo
pert, and Hie greater benott. wa
ed to secure from bis promised
early ibis year. Mr. Woods asked foi
the hearty support of every afiiekman
In the district for lhe association, m
by that support the association would
he made a powerful Influence for the ,
betterment of conditions genera liy
and of tiie live stock industry* In par*1
tteitlar.
The following officers were elected
for the current year:
['resident—P. Woods, (merry {'reek-j
Vice-president—-W.    Carltn,     Fort
Steele,
Secretary-treasurer -E  H, McPhee,
Crnnbrook.
Directors—tt.   W.   Sharp.  Baynes:
F. Derosier. Jaffray; S. Parker, Skoo-
kumohUCk;   H. Barr.  Wasa;   U. John   ;
son, Wardner; W. C. Batoman.Mbyio; 1
A   Doyle, Fori Steele: H Kdwards.Wy
cliffe;   (leo.   Scott,   Newgate;   Futhe
Lombot, (Mission);  w. 11.  Bnrdgeti
Cranbrook,
Pf°viaciaj 1 0
1 .     , '■■•'.,:■■
SPRING
MILLINERY
SUITS
COATS
Correct in Style
1 Correct in Quality
- i^JSid Correct in Price
NO   TWO   ALIKE
We Will
would he of great benefit to both Creslon and Nelson, lu the number of tourists and laud seekers, that would be
attracted to your respective districts,
therefore we would urge upon you the
necessity of bringing every influence
possible to hear upon the Provincial
government  and the C   I'. It   asking
them to provide the necessary means J so successfully carrying out sale:
of transportation between Sirdar and \ live stock tho last fall aud winter,
cultural representative ror years in
the person of Mr. Geo. Hays? A live j
stock mnn nnd the one who fs largely
responsible for the advancement of tlie
mixed farming and live stock interests
so evident over there in the last few
years and now showing its effect in
the Uvc Stock Union which lias been
Of
f our  hearty
I  beg to re'
Nelson Assuring you
support in this matte
main, yours truly.
W. II. WILSON
Secretary  Cranbrook   Dfstrlt
Association,
<*.. We v. A. Notes—Regular Meet
The Advisory Board was very earu-
t In asking that this system be extended lo other live stock districts ami
Mr. Barrow stated he would do all he
could to further the plan. Now, if
we get behind this tiling and make
ourselves heard we can get un ener-
  ...   getlc specialist In live stock and dairying. Sunday, April 6th, official visit'of! N located here to serve the institutes
Walter Drinnaii, provincial organlz- am] associations of Columbia, Fernie
ing secretary All members request-1ami Cranbrook riding and keep as in
ed to be on hand.. .Arrangements are tOMtill wltu eoch oth,'r nn*' modem pro-
under way for a combination dance Of{**** ,n our cs"lng.
the Association and tbe City Band lo Wanted- Someone to speak out in
W held on Mky Und-V.Tlie Association 'meeting on this matter
PRESBYTER! AIM
Church
SC.NDVY. APRIL Hill
Morning .Service—11 a.m., subject, "The Ureal Life."
Sunday School in tin* afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Evening Service—-7.80 p.m., subject, "TheAverage Man
Solo hy Mrs. .1. Thompson.
Rev. H. M. Lynn will preach ai both services.
YOU   ARE  CORDIALLY   INVITED j)|
Be Pleased
To Show You
McCreerv Bros.
CRANBROOK'S DRY  GOODS  ANO   CLOTHING   STORES
gratefully acknowledges a donation
of $75.00 to tbe piano fund from tbe
Women's Institute.
Raster Cards* Chickens, limit- and
a full line of novelties now on display
at Moffatt's Variety Store.
it (imn.u.N wutkii
PP0N IIY HOAHIl III   TIMBi;
Grant Hall, ('. P. it. vtce-proeluent
and D. C Coleman, general manager
of the Western Hues, stopped off at
Cranbrook on Tuesday evening while
on a tour of the western system, They
were waited upon by a delegation from
the Board of Trado, who brought to
their attention several matters of vital
Interest to Oranbrook, among them
an Increased train service, the railway situation at Waldo nnd ihe rumor
that was set afoot last 'winter tn regard to the cut-off from Yahk to Btko
Grant Hall replied that the company
would increase the service as soon as
traffic warranted it, that lie would
make further inquiries into the situa-
ttoa at Waldo and thnt the company
had never considered cutting Crnnbrook off the main linn Tbey proceeded westward on Wednesday morning on tholr tour of Inspection, actor Superintendent C. 8.
II1IY ,NHI\ OI.IM It
Premier ol HrltMi Colnmhla
it t. iMimint si'itokth war
S A VINOS CAOTAIflS
Being leader of the government in
a province rlchl) endowed In natural
resource*, whoicli win need millions
of dollars for development. Premier
Oliver, of British Columbia, reallios
the greal nerd of saving by the people
ot Canada, if they are to retain lhe
heritage  ihti
tholr hands
he says
i   nature  has   placed    In
in a  recent  statemenl
"Respecting lhe
eating In tlie mind
need of InduSlr) a
say that, ai
ecoHtty of Incut-
ol our people the
I saving* I would
besi  infor
ig 1
million I have been able to obtain, the
Dominion of Canada, uh well as the
different provinces and municipalities.
to say nothing of individuals, have a
very large a mulatlon of indebted-
nORB, a very large proportion ol which
is owing to creditors outside of Canada,
"In addition to these debts for
moneys borrowed we have tlie fact
that many of our industrial establishments and also large areas of our agricultural lands, fisheries, timber and
mines are controlled by foreign capitalists; the payment of interest on
borrowed moneys, ns well as the profits derived from the exploitation or
our natural wealth, constitute an Immense drain upon the wealth produced in Canada
"There Is only one way whlchoccurs
to me hy menus of which this condition of affairs can bo alleviated or
remedied, and thnt is by the inculcation of industry und thrift Into the
minds of our people to such an extent
that moneys saved shall bo re-invesled
in our own country
"I, feel sure that, unless the people
of Canada pay more attention to saving a more substantial portion of the
wealth which they produce for re-Investment in productive enterprises
within Cannda. the time will surely
come when Canada will bo Impoverished Instead or being what nature
evidently Intended, a wealthy Canada
Inhabited by a contented and
peroun people."
We hear on good authority that tho
creamery will be operated this season
and will be opened In the near future.
Give ibe creamery your support, don't
be one of those chaps that prefers to
work bis wife to death over n churn
rather than his Pord over the
road delivering his cream. You can
always get another Ford, sometimes it
isn't so darn easy getting another wife.
Considerable loss has recently occurred in the Okanogan from lieinorr
hnglc septicemia in cattle and It is
apparently the disease has arrived in
B. C. In several districts. There have
been recent losses here and undoubtedly more will follow as a well developed case Is nearly always fatal So
far a cure lias not been found but n
preventive serum has been discovered
that is effective to a  large extent.
Dr, Butledge has been making a
study of this malady for the past yenr
in expectation of its arrival here and
is ready to combat tt us far as the most
modern studies on It have progressed
to dale.
XKFXAN—BBOWN
A beautiful wedding service took
place on Tuesday evening ill the rest-
deiu'c of Mrs. Robertson. Norlmry
avenue, when He\. ll. M. Lyoil united
iii marriage Gladys Brown, rrom Saskatoon. Sask . and Albert Joe N'eu-
man, Of Kimberley. Mrs. Phillips
played the wedding inarch as the
bride tnlered tbe room leaning on tlie
arm of C H. Phillips. Mrs. f, M.
Macl'herson snng with great feeling
"iintii. and in ihe _ Garden of your
Heart." during the signing of the marriage register. After the ceremony
the wedding guests were served with
a dainty buffet luncheon. Miss per-
thu M. Brown acted as bridesmaid,
and Mr, .1. It. Wiseman supported the
groom. The bride looked very becoming in a neat travelling costume
oi blue, with bat to match. Tho
bride and bridesmaid carried boijuets
ol carnations nml rent. The tost to
the bride was proposed hy Itev. II,
M Lyoil and replied to by Mr. C, II,
Phillips. The loasL to the groom wiih
given by Mr. Moffalt. io which Mr.
Xeiimiin suitably replied.
The young couple will reside nt
Kimberley, where Mr. Neumun hns
char.:o of tho carpenter work in connection with tbe Sullivan mine.
Tho Herald Joins the many friends
of the happy young couple in extending besi wishes for a long nnd prosperous married life.
P:
::n:::il
jttrtljoDtst Clmrrb
 Pastor   Rev. R. W. LEE	
SUNDAY NEXT
11 a.m. Divine Worship
12 m.   Sabbath School.
7.30 p.m. Divine Worship
Both Services will be conducted by
Rev. W. W. Abbott B. A. B. D.
____________________.*.......__.-.........._......___........__     , .
A Hearty Invitation To All      j j
Get The Back Yard Cleaned Up
GARDEN RAKES, GARDEN SPADES,
SPADING FORKS
WE SELL
FERRY'S &  STEELE BRIGGS SEEDS
J. D. McBRIDE
GARDEN and
FIELD Seeds
llliv uui iiii tlie HiL-h f'ogl i i Living liy making
Hit' L'lirili-ii iln its lilti Onr seeds -lunt! on their
own meritsi Ihej consist of ,arlellc. Hint linu'
heen thoroughly tried onl ami (iroTeil success*
ful. hum ui'll adapted for this i llniale.
FLOWER SEEDS
HKWTM'V  VOUR    IH*tl I     iMOUNDS WITH
PTjOWBRS ami HM I'..!   PLANTS
V'lir CUiMce '.i .-'i"''i~ from
Rennle'. Perry's and Steele Urines
JOHN MANNING
CAW KeCRRERY, M. C* SET
UNK EXAMPLE TO IIIS MO'
('apt. G, a McCreery, M. 0., urrlvod
lioiin- on SiUiinliiy. He w;is fflvon a
.(wirty welcome in thc station liy tho
band and a large number or TrleiidH.
He enlisted In tlie spring of 101(1 witli
the 22f>Lli and was afterwards transferred to the 158th and went overscan
with that battalion. He went to
Prance with the 16th Canadian Scottish in the fall of that year. Ho waa
wounded at Hill 70 In Aug. 1917. and
iKiiin at Cambral on Of 1st. litis.
He was made Captain ln July, 1018
and received Ills M, C. tn August. Tiio
London Oazoto of January lltli saye:
"He asttemblcd his commond with
great precision. In an advance lie
wait marked for his great courage and
determination. lie rallied hii* men
forward from poult Ion to position and
captured several imicliliue [guns.
Throughout he set a fine eiamplp to
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
CHANGE IN
Train Service
Ktl'i'i'llti'  Aiiiiii.l  Is, nils, then- "III In' ll inwriil chimin'
sen lie.   Times tur Iniln. lit f'ranhroiik will lie:
Nu. II.
l.v.
Ar.
11.30 p.m.
12.00 Noon
12.15 |i.ni. l.v.
:t.4r> ii.iii. Ar.
No. MS-lliiM) ex. Sun
7.Hi) n.ni. l.v.
11.00 a.m. Ai.
N'i>. S2I M  mil Thurs
0.00 n.m. l.v.
n.oo ii.ni. Ar.
Tiiob. anil Krl.
0.00 uni. l.v.
11.00 ll.lll. Ar.
Medicine Hal
Cranbrook
.'ranhrool.
Koolenay Lnndinft
Crnnlirook
Klmlwrley
Criinliroolt
Allialmer
Athalmer
(lolilen
Ar.
l.v.
Ar.
l.v.
No. s.M Hull}
Ar.
l.v. 1
N'n. MS. Wen.
Ar.
l.v.
Tne.-
Ar
l.v.
No. OS
6.26 a.m.
4.or, nni.
3.50 li.lli.
1.20 a.m.
ex. Hun.
2.20 p.m.
i.oo Ull
nml Hut.
"..30 p.lli.
7.06 a.m.
anil Fri.
7 no p.m,
n.oo p.m.
rWVU****W</Vnn/|*inn/*-i   me^/semteesJl    »-IU  *i^I»"«i'V!
AUDITORIUM
WEDNESDAY,   April 9
IH'lt  SCIIAIIKH   PBE8EXT8
'I'Iiii 1 ruiiiiv tfnalcBl Farce
IKEY <a ABEY
illuil  Si'lnn'i'iTi ill   Kuril,'!
smiiinj'ti-ii liy mi lAi'i'llrni Comnanr.
Dancing .Singing
Laughing        Chatting
Throw Dull Care In flic Wind— Cnme  anil   he
Jolly 'ViHi I ..
A Period Whirlwind of Delightful Sumrlscs. Union? IVatiiri's N«'« ami Xovel. Nothing to Offend.
A I'liuoiiMANt'i: in ni:iiv\ii:\T Guaranteed
i
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■j
TIIKSi:   PRICES  IXCJ.IJDE  TAX—
Prices-55c, 80c, $1.10
Section for Children 28c
Seal Sale at Hi'attli'-.\iihli''i*.   Curtain ul R;80.
mfyism  mUftm    mfsm em\\m .ur\f,se,.«r\f,n  ,l\f,m <tOjf>*\ THE  CRANBROOK  HERALD
THDRSDAT, AI'IUI. 8rd, I'jIii
ALD
Managing Editor
TYoiluosQaj
|.!it';uit.n.   Cliungeg for Advertising MUST bo In
noon   Uiocurront   neck   to   secure   nltontlon.
CRANBHOOK
BRITISH COLUMBIA      THURSDAY, APRIL 3rd, 1019
will rapidly increase and muni be mot.
The natural distributing contro la
Cranbrook Tlie lines of tbe C. P. H
penetrate the dlstrlcl iu all directions
There is now n very good road system
throughout tiie district, but tiie roads
must be improved and extended to
set the growing needs, the repldly
A STROM; IIANO NEKM'.I)
A i.aivp&ign to ere .it* sj npaVay fir
the revolutionaries ol Europe, whether thoy are opemtiug .* Bolshevists
or Spartacans, is nothing more nor
less than strengthening the hands of
the enemy with whom we are still at
wa
firm
campaigi
and Bhot
Uolsli
simply attempts to transr.
from  the  political  to the    economic j
field and to prove If possible that tiie|
proposition ot Karl  Marx that  labor'
and    capital    are  Irreconcilable ol   , 	
mentfl thai are propelling the world tooling terms to the loss the B-
to the vortex ot bloody revolution   Is Trade had sustained In
true   Whereas such d doctrine Is asllna 1018 ot three of li
false a» hell   The rule of tie oppreB-1 members, Job. Ryan. Kiniay Rotwon
sed can 1»* no mon- beneficial to the ~   '*   " ""
world than the rule of Hn- oppressor,
■ enemy won wm»in »« i»»o .-.>>. ... —
r and should be pul down witli a growing needs ot the district and it is
m hand. The ongonizera of such n "P to the Board of Trade to see thai
npatgn should be cowl martlalled the Improvements and extensions are
.j ■*!,(,, made with OS little delay as possible.
 yd stans were taken at the moling toward
i were taken at the nielitlK tl
tliis end.
The meeting was  presided ov
» president, ti. .1   Spreull, vi
iiis address struck an optlmisth
.for tile coming year.    He referi
A publicity campaign should be
Planned and carried on vigorously, In
con junction with the Auto Association. We have ii splendid asset In
Oreen Bay and in tho many lakes that
have beeu stocked with fish to attract
the tourist,
The transcontinental highway was
given a good deal of attention in Ills
address—the road through by Way of
Creston with Cranbrook as the logical
centre from whicli all tours should bo
planned. A tremendous tourist traffic from tho States and from the Kast
may be exported this year and this
Will be a rapidly growing business
Many reasons can be advanced why
the route chosen should be the Liunfl-
| Windermere route lt ls up to the
Hoard to bring these reasons to bear
Upon all those who are interested in .
the transcontinental highway and
I convince litem of lis unrivalled merits
I in concluding his address the president suid that the Hoard of Trade,
should buckle lo nnd get busy on J
these lines Let us carry on in the de
volopmont ot our Industries for the
sake of British Columbia, Canada and
the Empire. Let ns do our share and,
make this city a real prosperous place
in live.
ESTABLISHED    1175
IMPERIAL RANK
OF CANADA
BANKING  BY  MAIL
tn your bmy mmoi» uid whenever incoaveraient for ye* to *m Is tk* wmak la
peraon, land in four d •pot it by mail.
Iii-medutaly an receipt of your poeUl order, cheque ot r-HrWtfJ letter, the
•mount will be credited to your «ecount. IM
1
CRANBROOK BRANCH,
B. E. HOWARD,
Manager.
:i   Best Piece Crochet
■l   Best Piece Em broidery.
5   Knitted Scarf and Tam o'Bhanter
Set.
Copies of this list cuu be obtained
from the Secretary, Agricultural Association.
"Hatch lost
r by
,!!°.m! wttius
okt   msv
KOIt NEXT I VLL I Ull
de
.Ih dur-
valuod
How far did Germany got In her attempt to change the oxi ting order by
her bloody and fiendish war? Sho
enrolled the world against her and Is
now lu the throes of n bloody revolution in her own land. Tho tyranny Cf
the Bolshevik has treated a reign ol
terror in Russia more destructive to
human advancement than anything
yet recorded In history.
To throw the world into the melting pot can have no other effect thanjffr
to destroy It. Without organization on
a fair and jusi basis antl co-operation
of all Hie Industrial forces the innumerable wants of the race can never be
filled Pestilence, famine and barbarism can bo liie only result of bloody
revolution.
BOARD oi' Tlt.W.i: TO KEKP
CltAMtltOOK  IS  I.Mil 1K.HI
i be
Tn
Optimism was in the i
cent meeting of the Boi
nnd there was a determination on thc
part of the business men assembled to
see that Cranbrook kopi face with lho
development of this district,
There are many signs of improvement In business throughoul the district and this stir is arousing tlie latent public spirit, thai, is known to exist as a mighty power.
For years Cranbrook has been doing litis more than beating time All
the energies of the people huve been
engrossed in war effort, but !l is fell
thai now Is the tlmo to gel busy ami
push whoro pushing is needed aad pull
where pulling will do the most good,
n dis-
■■ibcr-
frnlt!
n dls-1
mnnifei
Business Is developing in '
trict In eight distinct lines, i
Lode mining, placer mining,
Ing. grazing, mixed farmln
farming, tourist attracting and
tributing.
(.Teat  activity  is  bi
at. many differcnl  points in the ilh
trict    At Kimberley, on wild Horn
on Perry .('reek, in the valley of th
Kootenay
Yahk. WlycUffe- Wardner, .l:.ffray.
Watslmrg, Hull River, Wasa, Baynot.
Lake, Marysvllle and other placei
there are signs of a rapid develop
ment of'business and a great Incroasi
Of   pn-Juhif
n't
and P I*. Murphy. They were all
prominent business men ami held in
high esteem, lie impressed upon the
Hoard tho grentt-need for HnancoB und
tinged all who bad the Interests ol
Oranbrook at heart to give it their
support lie referred io the great increase in mining activity. The Consolidated Mining and Smelting Company at Kimberley hud driven a big
lunel to get out tlieir ore more expeditiously and there was greal development in that district. There was also
■eut activity In gold mining. He also drew attention to tlie iron and steel
industry of the province. An iron ore
Btneltor must be established for the reduction of our extensive iron ores and
wo should pull to have one elected iu
ihis district We have the ore in abundance and tlie coal and lime necess-
eary for its reduction
The lumber industry had stood a serious lesi during the time of stress and
would soon come again Into its own.
Big orders are being received from the
devastated parts of Europe ami doubtless many more would follow The
Dominion government had made an
appropriation of $25,000,000.00 for
housing und this district would of
course receive Its share of the lumber
orders.
He reviewed the agricultural possibilities or the district. We had plenty
of land here for the roturned soldiers
which could be brought under cultivation by a system of irrigation. The
laud BOtlemenl board should be made
thoroughly acquainted with the situation here They should he shown the
land and its natural advantages, its
climate and Its location
The C. 1' K. have decided to improve nnd enlarno their works herej
and this should erieonrnge our business men and public spirited citizens
to show more enierprise and increase
Ihelr confidence In Cranbrook's future. We have a valuable country in
the Windermere district and the mail
service with that district should be
lley ot tiio I &tUl further improved: so should the
Prairie   al' '''•■■■■ service, and also tlitfro should be
The following list of prize
prepared iu advance by the directorate  of  tho Cranbrook  Agricultural
Association for ihe Pall Pair ot 1910:
Two |)i*l7.es  will  be offered  In  cad
section.
See. Class llO-LIngerie
1 Embroidered nightdress. i
2 Crochet Trimmed Nightdress
::   Embroidered Envelope or Combination or Corset Cover.'
1 Crochet Trimmed   Envolopoe   or ,
Combination or Corset Cover.
CluHS 111-Hand Sewing
t    Display of ft various Buttonholes   '
2 Mouse or Child's Dress.
'!   Smock
•I    Piece of Lingerie.
:".   Darned Stocking.
Class 112—Bed Linen
1    Embroidered set of sheet and pair
pillow cases.
.'   Crochet Trimmed Set  Sheets and
pillow cases.
:.   Embroidered Towel.
t   Crochet Trimmed Towel,
r.    Embroidered Bed Spread or (milt,
•i   Crochet Bed Spread or Quill.
7    Knitted Bed Spread or Quilt,
s    Novelty Bed Spread or Quill.
Class 112—Einbroldcry mi While
1 Embroidered Tea Cloth or Centrepiece.
2 Luncheon or Bridge Set   (colored
embroidered  al lowed 1.
:i    Mount Melllck Work.
■I   Eyelet Emboldery.
5   Roman Cut. "Work
Class 111—Colored Lmhnulery
l Crash or similar centrepiece.*
:'   Sofa Billow
'.,   Hest piece of Church Emboidery.
Class 115—Needle I.uce
1 Best Piece of Tatting.
2 Drawn Thread Work.
::   Smocking.
I    Huckaback Darning
.".   Cross Stitch.
«.    Best Knitted Sweater,
(hiss HU—Old Indies Work (over 60)
 I
; j |
mentioned lands by notlco published
in the British Columbia Gazette of the
27th December, 1907, is cancelled and
that the said lands will bo open for
pre-emption entry only at the offico
of tho Government Agent at Crnnbrook on thc 21st April next at 9 a.m.
namely:-
  Lois 12252 tn 12200 Inclusive, group
Hold  filled, open face, lever set,  l*   '■ K00»*W district.
slzo,  on   leather chain   with  nun    li-!     No person will bo allowed to pro-1;
ecus.-.     Lost, belwe.n depot and Bur-  ompt more than one lot and npplica-
well avenue,   Reward given for it;; ro- ,.       _ ,   .       .       .  .,  .       .
| tions  made  by  roturned discharged
soldiers  shall  be  given  iproforenoe
over any applications made by other
-1 persons.
G. R. Naden,
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Deputy Mlntsler of Lands.'
NOTICE is hereby given that   the    Department of Lands, 8-9t
| reserve  established  on   the   under-    Victoria, B.C., 12th Feby., 1919.
Your Next
Phonograph
Will be a
BrunswicK
Find out WHY
Call To-DAY
Raworth Bros.
jcTvolcrs .. Opticians
\,-xl lo tho Pontottlco.
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meets In the
Parish Hall
lirst Tuesday
afternoon ot
every mouth
nt II p.m.
Proa. Mrs. D.
Campbell, box
r>87
Secy, Mrs. J. W, Burton, P. O. Boi ttt.
All Initios cordially Invited.
I, Villi,AM   Si lit. WOLF
Clill unit Mining Engineers
11. ('. Land Surveyors
CRANBROOK, B. C.
O. BALDWIN,
Crunbrook, li. C.
Ilrs. Green k MacKinnon
Pliystcltins nml Surgeons
Olllce nl   residence, Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICII! 1IOIIIIK
Foronoona   n.mi io in.oo
Aflor is   '..'.(Ill to   4.00
Bvonliiga   7.:in to   R.JIO
Siniilnys   8.H0 to   4.110
CHANBROOK, U.I'.
CAXCKI.I.ATION III   lllSCIII'i:
PUBLIC MEETING
INiM.lt TIIK AUSPICES OF THE
G.W.V.A.
  -     - in the =
AUDITORIUM
Sunday,   April 6th
III S.I.') |i. 111.
Jameson's
BAKING    POWDER
EXTRACTS
Tlie users   arc   tlie   Con-
niiisi'iirs.
I.O.(I. I.
KEY CITY LODGE, Nn. 48
Meets every
Monday ulght
Z&">2ZZm*sm* at Fraternity
llnll. Sojourning Oddfellows
cordially Invited.
E. II. MoPhoo        W, I). Cllroy
Hecy.
N.O.
Kenther Light
JAMESON'S
IAVA AND    MOCHA
COFFEE
JAMESON'S
TEA
lilt. 1. II. .1111.ES
DENTIST
Olllce in Hanson Block
OFFICE nouns
0 lo 13. n.m.
! 1                  1  to    » p.m.
1             CRANBROOK, B.C.
T'urF.StVN'S
sim:aki:kn-
The'Cranbrooh Be
In ail thla tlie absi
putting forth Btrong
to maintain thr tn
Oranbrook to all tin
tlvlty in good repa
ments of all tbeBc d
i extension ot tbe telephone aervi
into that territory. All these matters
should be brought to the attention of
the proper ailthorllies by tiie Hoard of
Trade and action may be secured.
One of tlie most Important points
for ns to look after Ih the Creston
valley    It is a rapidly growing district and we arc not doing anything to
pwmiole trade with It     The natural
entres of ao- i''m'e f°r ■•u' People of that valley to
,        trade is  with  Crnnbrook     They ran
■ eq i  e- ge| |iere ,1]1(| (*() t|u,jr business ami re-
t industries |1irn \umti within twenty-four hours,
Tr;
ally of
I effort
from
Tl
■MM—i
E     -»»*fi
i Biliousness
Biliousness i.; a common form of indigestion. It
is lirou^lit on by food-waste which the stomach, intestines and bowels f.iil to expel. If you will take a few
doses of Beecham's Pills, when bilious, you will soon
rid yourself of lhe impurities, relieve sick headache,
stimulate the liver and bile and tone the stomach.
Healthy conditions are quicidy re-established by using
BEECHAM'S PUIS
Directions of 5neci.il Value to Women ar* with Every Box.
lv-..   -1  ..    .".
Said cvrryvf liei'
■ Beechtm. 3t. H«l«ni, Un-athirt, England.
"i1- nii.l U.S. Atnitki,   In bazcif 25 cent*.
l   White Embroidery.
■i   Colored Embroidery.
Crochet or Knitted Lore.
Patchwork Quilt.
Class 117
Indian  Work
Class Hin-l-IrK Work under in
Best Apron in Hand Sewing,
Beat Hnrned Stocking.
Walter Drinnan
I'IKIVIXCfAI. ORGANIZING SECY, ol G. IV.V. A.
And JUDGE THOMPSON
MAYOR CAMERON WILI, BE IX THE CHAIR
A PROGRAM Ol SACRED VOI'Al. AND INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC I') the following l.nillcs null (ieiitleiiicu:
Mcsilniacs Patterson, Mllroy, MrPliemnn mnl Jlelliimilil:
Mr. I.. Itieliiirilsoiit Male Qitnrtette—Messrs. Yenus, ('nulls
II t> ii mi mul Wallinucrt Mrs. r.iliiiniiilsnii's Orchestra.
SILVER COIJ-ECTIOJi
GOD SAVE THE KIMi
FI)MOMISO>,S 1IANCK 0KCIIF.8TRA
New iii't'ii for Eiigageiuonts.    One to I
Four Flei'i's
Tho Music Willi Hie PHI7.    For Terras
Apply
MltS. EOMONHSON
or pliinii' '.'till Criiiiliriiuli, 11. C.I
I'ltAMIIIliOK   COTTAGE
HOSPITAL
Frlviili' Nursing Homo
Licensed by Provincial Govt.
'lutiTiiitj nml l.i'iii'rnl Nursing
Massage and llest Cure, Highest
Keferoncos, terms moderate.
Apply Mrs. A, Crawford, Matron
I'hone 269 P. O. Box 845
Address, UiuiU'ii Ave. Cranbrook
Till:  HOME 11AKEHY
Unlit. Frame, Prop.
fresh liri'iiil, Cukes. Pies
nml i'uslry
Phono 37
Norbury Ave.      Opp City Hall
etlfisn msfffim ififet i ,/ltt — ■i<*/Vw ^1/Vw sesjftm i,rj,/iem stfjfttern.fift,m  iflltn  i<IAm  i*ls\mffl
Floating Ivory-
ivory Soap lloats. In the tub, you don't
have to grope for it; it is always within
reach. In toilet antl laundry use you
are reminded to remove the cake from
the water. You do not let it sink out of
sight to dissolve. The floating Ivory
cake also insures against possible injury.
Vou cannot slip on it in getting out of
the tub.
IVORY SOAP
99,-^ PURE
■-•tie/Af
Mutlv in the PfMtat •'< QutnbU hcttirlcs at Hamilton, Canada      xflg&gf '','•
Mr. Farmer!
Before Buying Elsewhere Inspect Our
NO. 597 JAP HARNESS-BRASS TRIMMED HAMES
IIIIIIHIS   Heavy %-hwli Cheeks nnd 0 onl Blinds, with oluilor of llruss Spots on
nil Blinds; Winker Dow. Ring Style; Krollts 1-lllell I), ft S. Willi 1" llrass
Spots. Knee Pleee wllh UriiRs Ornament! 7-lb, lilts: S-lncll llrass ttoseltes.
MNKS—1-tnOll, I. Iliiikle, Lentlicr, full louglll with Snaps.
TBACEg—Extra Heavy. 1%-lneh. 3-ply full lenglli with Snfe nt Hnme Knd nnd 0-llnk
Hoel Chains.   1%-lnch 1). & S. 1). R Billet.
11,01 EH—No. B652 Dreadnought anti-rust, Cold Itolled Sleid. riruss Trimmed.
HAME BTltAPS—1 Inch, Jui>. rlvetted, full length.
POLE HTHAPS—1%-lnch, Heavy Single Stock, with Snaps and SIIiIob.
.MAKTIMIAI I'S    l-U-lnch, Heavy Slnule Stoek, Sewn, with Hoc in Loop.
BEIiT.1l' BANI1S—114-inoli, Folded with Layer. .
PADS—Heavy Skirts, 2M-lnrh, 2-ply, large 4-inch strnlglil llrass Spoiled Housing with
l'Hneh re-lnforeed Billets; Brass Spotted I.oln Strap Ixiops.
BBEECIIIMi— Scat 2-l!M*l fold with H4-lnch Layer uud "4-Inch Lendiip with Boi Loops
nnd Safes: Back and Hip Straps 5-lnch style, %-lnch Hip Slrnn with No.
:t!)7 Trace Carrier outside, Bump Layers Spoiled: side Straps, 1-Inch, full
tenm lenRth, Sewn Loops with Snaps. Trace Carried, 1-lncli. rlvetted style.
 PRICE--$70.00
Cranbrook Saddlery Co,, Ltd
B»»A""*"wV» S5S   ■■A^-m-A"W<'V tt-MhtLtr\f,n,ir}ftm tt\ltmi,>Vt,m_tmf,M  SSjP1
PRICES MARKED
Iu every Coour d'Alene beil-
roDiu is :i framed rani on
vvlilcli Is printed the rates or
the mom.    In oilier words
the   Coeur d'Alene    Hotel
marks  their Belling  prices
in plain figures.   The patron know.*; what Iiis bill Will
be; he knows Unit ho hi not
being overcharged   through
ii misunderstand—his or the
clerk's—he   knows   that   ho
is  paying jusi what every
other occupant of that room
pays—   no   more,   no   less.
That's  Btaudard   American
practice iu first class retail
stores; some day it will no
doubt  be standard   practice
in the host hotels.
That framed card Is a small
detail,   but   it    illustrates    the
Coeur  d'AU-ne   way    of    doing
things.    It's one of the many
rouiTi'to  applications  of    the
Coeur d'Alene policy ol fairness
aud u full and honest money's
worth, to every patron whatever
kind or price of room  lie occupies.
COEURD'ALENE
thi: ilOTEI. WITH A
riillSONAMTV
Rpnkano. Washington
MONUMENTS
Kootenay Granite & Mon-
iniu'iilal Co., Mil,
General  Stone Contractors and
Monumental Works
I 'nml SI.. Vel.oli -p.O.lto* M5
KOK PAINTING AND
I'AI'KIIHANGING, ETC
—I'hone—
JOHN GARD
I'HONE Ml. Illll,
( HAMIIIIIOK . JR. C.
KNIGHTS OF PVTI1IA8
Cranbrook. B. C.
Meets ever- Tuesday at 8 p.m. tn
the Fraternity Hall
O, 0. Borgatrom, c.c.
C. 11. Collins, K. R. & 8.
Visiting  brethren cordially Invited to attend.
(HAS. S. I'.WIKEH
Forwarding  aud   'ilstrlbutlng
Agent for
l.illilirldgi.and tlrernhlll Ceil
lui|irrial Oil Co,
DlHtrliutlou Cars a Specialty.
Ilnijini? ami  TranslVrrlntr
Qivi'u iiroruiit attention
Plione 03
Tiio Shoe Spoolallst
.llll: 'lAIIAl'OIH
SnlIsfarlInn (inarantfod
.1. iiili|iiiirl''is fir all kinds of
Resnlra
c. tr. mi rin:iisoN
I'liilirliikor
I'linui' nsn
Korliurj Air, nevltii City Hall
mjegaegepn
.Miinlana Iti'slauraiil
Meals at All Hoars
(ignis, Cigari'lle* and Candy
CIlANllllOOK STItl-BT.
Jl>|ioslle the Hank of Commerce
If vou want satisfaction
with vour waeblnv
send It to
MONTANA LAUNDRY
Snecial oriceg (or farailv
work
nlllly
medicine lur nil frlnnlc i'<,ni|.liiiiil. ,.*, n I,,,.,
or lliuc l„r JIU, hi ui-iij; stoips. slnllcil to any
ii.lilr.'hs nil receipt ut |„ iv-c. 'lin: Si'iluii.l, Intro
, .,   .., Li.ilmrliira  tmhttlo ^^^
PHOSPHONOL FOR MENS^;"-
for Nerve and Iiriiiii;liit*reniiei) "urvy inntter';
n Tonic- will Imildyoii up. |i)a box, or two for
15, al itmjr ntnr>?», or liy r.mil en rcerlpl ol mrtc*.
luu Bcukkll. P »-  ■■ --•—J—J—llftlli 7
h
THURSDAY, APRIL 8rd, mill
THP.      CIMNBROOK      riHRALD
I'Ailr. THRU
w
I)
L
ocal and personal
Satisfied Customers)
Sutlsfied customers
built this wnniliTl'iil
business of ours. It is
not what we say, but
what you say that
brings us new trade,
Artistic .Jewelry
We are showing the
season's latest tn new
jewelry designs. Pretty   i
dainty styles—especial-   j
ly BiilU'd for summer
wear— aro shown  In
brooches,   pins,   pond-
nuts and onr-dropa.
W.   H.   WILSON)
Jeweler
We Sell
COASTER
WAGONS
PRICED AT
$4$5&$6.50
F. PARKS & CO.
Hardware & Mill Supplies
Cranbrook,    =    ti. C.
Insure with Dealo & El well.
Kllby frames pictures.   Phone 9.
I     MIsh Elsie M. Hallamore is leaving
■ J'or a visit to England on Friday.
j    For Sale—Old Trusty Incubator for
i sale cheap.    Phone 481. _   it
' Boy 17 or 18 to work on ranch; must
; be able to milk    Apply Herald office,
(l, W. Stevenson, of the Nelson Jobbers, is In Hip city.
|    The Young People of tho Methodist
1 church had one nl lhe most enjoyable
Boaslona of tho year lust iiIkIU.
Miss Hazel Cooper, of Hoqufam,
Wash.. Is Visiting her sister. Mrs. J.
o. Ingham
BOItN—At tho Cottage Hospital, I
Cranbrook, on March Ulth, to Mr. and
Mrs. io. ii, orriu. il son.
,    Fancy and Hall-room Dancing   taught)    For   particulars j
phone 404 or box 428.— Mrs.
Van Braam. 46-tf I
The adoption nf dayll»hl saving by
tho C, I'. Know brings tho trains both
1 cast, and wesl an hour earlier hy city
time than formerly. I
For   Sah>.  clu-ap  -Miiitatmv   Ilil*   !
Hani tabic, cues and pool   balls,com-
I ploto, « fl. S in. by ll fi. 4 iii.   $1)0 cash,
Apply, Mrs. Pownall,
■ 1.3-61 Hull River, B.C,
A L McDermoti left ror Vancouver
on Monday.   We hope ihul long before
he has been 21 years a resilient of the 1
roast city lie may become it-; mayor.
Ono of the returned boys came Into
the Herald office oa Monday ;ml gol
a number of copies of the Herald of
late dates to send to a comrade who
Is still oversea*. He said some of thc j
people iu Crunbrook seem to think
that there is not much news in the
Herald, but, believe me, the hoys at
the fronl don't ihiuk that way. They J:
can find a lot of news In it ami ji
cheers tlieir hearts to read it. That's
the way to talk, it Cranbrook people
would show a utile more sympathy tor
their home paper ami unburden them.,
solves of what, news they have Instead .
of playing hide and Beefc with It, the
Herald would soon become a far more
newsy     sheet        Always  bear this   in
mind, that the local news is what distinguishes the Herald from every other
paper clrdtilatlng In Lhe district, and u
is our policy to publish Uie local
news Open up Instead of lightening
up when ynu nee the editor foraging
fini
our
hundreds    l
Edmonton i>:
was brought  back and appt
tore Hie police   magistrate
witli  obtaining  money   by   t'i
l .1 Bra
cash a cheque for 1126.00. He wa
.sent up tor trial and on Monday h
pleaded guilty before Judge Thonii
.-on. Sentence was withheld until le
day in order lo gel a more complel
record m bis escapades, (Lati r Cntu
dal wae given ono year.
e. He
red be-
eharged
IKKY WM AIII.V
At the Auditorium Oil  Wednesday.Apl
9,    l)i<l yon  ever stop to think   thai
there is enough sorrow in the world'
1  imve; but n real gloom Chaser   i-
tkey and  Abey.    Mr.  Hud  Schaffer.
wlin    lias    played  Ikey  ror  Hie
three    seasons,  is    really    the
gloom  chaser or them  nil       M
Borde, who plays Aibey, \* one o
funniest .lew eomedfuus on the r
today, lie is also a good dancer,
Hon Clinton, who plays Pickles, lias a
way of bin own to make you laugh.
Mr. George Clark, onr bandsome juvenile, haa n good voice and Hrc
- i*- pari in the latest fashion. .Miss
Nellie Mt'Xatnara. who playi
Ikey Cohen, is well known t
Canada. She has a beautiful a
voice and sin^s several prety I
.Ui.-s Ann Engle plays the part of
actress, and her personality win,' ii
iiudicnce from lhe slart, she sins- a
dances welt Miss Wenganl plays ■
part ni a servant and lias a very pn
ty voice. If you want to have ;i ri
good laugh and enjoy good stllgll
and dancing you don't want io mi
seeing I key and Abey.
grip, mmmu
Hamlin's Wizard Oil a Reliable,,
Antiseptic PievonNv»
During Influenza epidemics spray
the nose and throat several times a
day with one part Wizard Oil and
two parts water, using an atomizer.
If you haven't an atomizer, m-r^le
the throat and suuff the mixture up
the nose. This treatment sets up an
. antiseptic wall oi  defense ..(■..mist
"Flu" gefrms.
Chest colds and sore throat lead
lo grip, .-".op them at on-*e with
Wizard Oil bpfore ihey can develop
into daWferous inlluenza.
(let it, from drug list- for .10c. If
not si-.ti-.ncfl. rcftru i ■.• hotilt* .ind
get your money b..«*k
F.vrtr constipate*' ,■] !■,,. -esirkhcad*
ache: l-.-t ta Wizard Liver Whips,
pleasant little pink pill*, .A- nl dnij;-
gists.   Guaranteed.
Although the Uaylight Saving hill
was killed 105 to 50 in the Dominion
House of Commons, tlte change has
been ordered hy the government of
ll. G
Primary  and   Kindergarten
school:  Principal,  Miss   Rum-
say, Burwell avenue.   For par-,
ticulars phone 357. 2m.
The W. C. T. U. will hold a cookery.
sale ami afternoon tea on Saturday
before Easter, April 19th.   Don't for-i
i get the date;  further announcement
next week. !
Wanted—Ranch team. Iihuut 2800'
pounds, must be sound true, perfectly'
quiet and quick walkers. State full
particulars.—Drawer L, Herald Office,
Cranbrook,  B.C*. 13-tf.
During the week tlie Chief of Police
ordered nine tin hum gamblers out of
ihe city, two nf whom had made this
iheir headquarters for two years Two
women of doubtful character were also ordered out and they went
Two Indians. Toby, a well known
offender, and Joe Stanley, for being
drunk and creating a disturbance
were arrested on Sunday
ior news
There was a very enjoyable no. lal
'•veiling speni lu the school room ol
the Presbyterian church on Monday
evening, when the Women's Missionary Society entertained the members
and adherents of tho congregation.
Those who contributed towards the
program were Itev, Mr Sliaw.a solo;
Mrs. .J Thompson, a aqlojMrs, Walllnger, violin solo; Mrs. Paterson and
Mrs. MacPherson, a duet; nine girls
of the Mission Hand in a descriptive
tableau describing the work that is
being done by a number of Presbyter-
Ian hospitals throughout Canada;
Rev, H. M Lyon, who gave a very Interesting talk on tbe Forward Movement. Mrs. Mabarg made a very neat
speech on moving the hearty vole of
thanks that was tendered all those who
contributed towards the program.
Mrs. W. M Worden made a very efficient chairman and Mrs Ryekman at
the piano presided very happily. The
refreshments at tlie close or the program was a most sociable affair. The
proceeds amounted to $3!Uo.
Cheque artists and all other crooks
had better stear clear of Cranbrook
0. B. Catudal, French American, a
Cheque artist who has been playing
the game all over this country, tried,
to get fn some of his fine work here.
The plan of work that ho pulls off: he
deposits a few dollars in different
banks, sufficient to enable him to get
a pass book. Copies writing and signature of bank clerk and makes an
entry of deposit. He made a forged
deposit of that kind of $202.00 and In
another bank he played the same
for $r.00on    There are a good many
5
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GRAND
EASTER BALL
In Aid of ST. EUGENE HOSPITAL
•"*□
I
'Getting By
Your Hoodoo'
Is lhe title of a  ven   popular
lecture bj  Mr.
Samuel W. Grathwell
a   plca-dii.:,   enthusiast to   and
magnetic speaker whn ulll
appear In Ihe
Presbyterian Ch.
WED. Apl. 9th at 8 p, m.
miller llu' iin*|iti'.'* nt the
KUSKANOOK Clmiitor I.O.ll.K.
itim'i ini*'. ii. n. h n in iir a
itiirc Trent
Tickets       50c
Then Try lo Read This One   1
W-J&&
IKEY PUZZLES  ABEY
TWO
DANDY    PROPERTIES
FOR SALE. Snap
lit l-ll lines Irrlga toil I.mnl
II Rcroi clonrctfi roiniihuler
nil <m-r, log'shlntrlr liounc
£11 \ 80 nni llnod inside
iiinki- ii good room* nnd
iiuili room, ono mile from
l»»si mi lie. ncliools*
Trrms to suit  pit re* tin nor*
VHU'V VIAOIhOn
aim. piuuk hoi si:, it
rooms, nhoiii I ncrcs i»mt.
piirtl) c leu red. close In
Soiilli U'iihI School, onr
milt' I'rom pnsl office.
TorniN lo suit piirolntsor.
Price $800.00
Apply—
H. COLEMAN
•TiikI lirjond Power House
D' CORNISH EGGS
$2.00 per sHIInif
(OHMSII-IUtlMMiTON
ntoNSi-:s
Tim very besl table fowl
Eggs 91.50
Now booking orders for
yokkkiiiih: pi«s
A. B. SMITH
Cranbrook
Fifty second hand sewing machines
lit good running order, most nt them I charges against him throughout th
drop  heads,  for snle cheap  at the j west ranging from  $.*■ up into    ih
Singer store, phone 157. 2-mly | —————~—____.........__
1    Tlie annual meeting and election   of
officers of the Utiles Aid of the Melh-
odJst church will he held ln the par- j
sonage on Tuesday, April 8. at 3 p.m. |-
It is urged thai all members attend.
Piano and Theory lessons by
arrangement. Phone 404 or box
428—Mrs. Van Braam. 237 Burwell Avenue. 46-tf.
Mrs. A. A MacKinnon, president,
and Mrs. w F. Worden, corresponding
secretary of ihe Kootenay Presbyter-
ial W. M. H.. leave on Monday for Victoria to attend the annual Provincial
meeting of the w M. s. of the Presbyterian church
Hoy Raymond was arrested in the
City by the provincial police for the
(heft of money from one of his friends
who wan employed by the staples
I.limber Company al Wycllffe The
case came up before Magistrate Leask
ni Monday and he was font up for
trial
II Fleming1, one of tlie popular
young Bettlers of St. Marys Prairie,
quietly look his departure re-.ntly to
Ontario, became united in marriage
to n young lady near Woodsto, k. anil
returned yesterday with his bride
Happiness and prosperity for the
young couple Is the wish of their
many friends
A very entertaining lecture by B
magnetic speaker. Samuel W. tirath-
\u 11. will Ih* given In the I'reshy'erian
church on Wednesday armings April
9th, nl S o'clock, under tho auspices of
the  1. 0   IV K. :
Those Who have hoard him say Hint
Mr Q rath well, who appears in the
Presbyterian church here next Wednesday evening, April Oth, under the,
allspices of thc 1 O D. K, "Is surely
D very wonderful man and Lyceum
speaker." Be sure ami hear him tell
you nil about "Getting by vour Hon
«lno"
There promises to he a deal of complication over Ihe dayliglil saving
movement fu Canada this summer*
Urban centres are disposed to adopt
the measure, while in lhe country the
farmers Will hnve none ot it. Bill we
should worry, the change hy Ihe (*. p,
it mokes our clly lime and railway
lime the same
Bvon If yon do not dance you will
enjoy the music at  Die hospital  hall.
should you in* so unfortunate as not
to be able to enjoy either innsle nr j
dancing ll will make you feel good to
buy a ticket and place your weight
behind an institution Hint Is a decided j
asset to the clly ami a benefit to the
whole district.
Mayor Cameron and W. II. Wilson.
Of the Auto Association, and .1 P. ,
Pink, of the Board of Trade, went to ;
lilairinore on Tuesday to attend n eon- j
von tion which was held there yesterday to discuss the route of tlte trnns-
continenlnl highway nnd will present,
the claims of tlm Hanff—Windermere
route.
While the east has been In the grip
of a biting bllssard Cranbrook has
been revelling In most delightful and
balmy spring weather. Bananas are
ripening on Ihe trees, tho birds nre
singing, the hens ure laytng.the grass
is springing and the fancy of thc
young man and maiden are loudly
turning to the thought:* of love.
Singer Sowing machines for family
nue, toolt ull tho first prises at the
San Prancosco Pair judged by exports.
They must be the best machine; for
sale nt the Ringer store for five
dollars cash and $3.00 monthly. We
will take your old machine In part
payment.   Phone 167. 2 m\y
Auditorium Theatre
Cranbrook
Monday, April 21st
Silver Grill Five-piece
JAZZ Orchestra
f
T
. G. & R.
.RAND
SHIRTS & COLLARS
FOR MEN
Tickets--$2.00 per (Person
REFRESHMENTS  SERVED
'"ft-l*""    V""    If1—"Vr~   "Tft1* nnjttn  il\Jun   iqjlu.
CHILDREN!  Re^d This
There Are No  BETTER
Shirts or Collars Made
In the bijj Cities, where a iarge store
handles two or three lines, W.Q.&R. jj
always take the lead.
WE AKB SHOWING   AM  EXCELLENT
KANQE OF BOTH SHIRTS & COLLARS
WelNVITt INSPECTION
^ 4fa H M£&
The First  SIX
CHILDREN
'flint semi in correct
answers liy Jfoon on
Wciliicsdnj'. April I),
to the Ikey k Alley
Company trill receive
One FREE Ticket
to IKKY k AIIKV
the greatest liiiiirlilnu
shot, on ••«i*l h.
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
ni Canada Limited
Offices, Smelting and Refli ing Department
TRAIL. BRITISH  COLOMBIA
n..ii:i,tki.s     AMI     I.IHNKRS
L'urcbasers of Gold, Sihrr, ( opper snd Lead Ores
Producers of Sold, Silvir. Copper, Bin, stone, Pig Lend and
Spelter "lAD.tMl " Brand.
AUDITORIUM next Wednesday Evening |Only
CHEVROLET '490'
$1075.00
BABY GRAND SPECIAL     -     -    $1685.00
Dodge Bros. Cars   -   $1835.00
PRICKS   P.O.B.  CltANBROOK
The KOOTENAY Garage
AGENTS
PHONE   147
The Greatest Name in Goody-Land |jjjj£
OU know the
realm of childhood dreams
is a land of
sweets.
Make some of
those dreams
a delightful
re 31 i 1 y by
.j_J    tiii.ina home
LEYS PAIlK FOtJJ
run: cranbrook hbrald
THURSDAT, APRIL 3rd, lMt
FORD
THE
UNIVERSAL
CAR
THERE are mure Hum ll.oiill.IMM Pord cars in .lull) operation in
America anil Canada. Tliis is a little better than half of all the
motor ears in use In the country. There Is a very potent anil
liriii'iliilile reason nil) you should buy Pord ears for your business
and lor your personal use. lt Is a demonstrated faet that Pord ears
have, in every line of human desire so far as motor cars are concerned,
lies! satisfied their owners with thc service given. They mast be safe;
thoy must lie comfortable) they mast be always reliable; they must he
convenient and the must be economical, or they wouldn't lie so tremeii-
dously popular with all classes of people. The hig Pord Pactory has not
.vel reached normal production, but the war is over, and It Is (retting back
as lasl as possible. He are getting u few cars In right along, nnd we will
do the best possible to give you enrly delivery.
Touring Car-$690
F.O.B. Ford Ont.
Leave your order with us and be assured of two things: First, tlte
earliest possible delivery; second, un after service that has the strongest
recommendation k Indosement of the Pord Motor Company ns being
reliable, satisfactory and economical service.
McLaughlin
Canada's Standard Car
POWER, BEAUTY, SPEED AND COMFORT
The Car of Distinction
NOW'S YOUR CHANCE
TO OET DELIVERY OF THAT ('All OP VOURS TOM011ROAV—
DON'T WAIT!
IF VOI! DO YOC ARE VERY UKI.I.V NOT TO UE ABLE TO
«ET THE REAL CAR OF   VOUR   CHOICE   iVlll.N   VOI
WAST IT.
WHY WAIT A>*I» HE SORRY I (Jet every mince of joy out of these
first warm days by USING VOUR CAR NOW. That's good reasoning.
Don't forget the two low-priced light six's which are hulll of IIKJI1-
CLASS units—don't buy too hastily. Find oat what's l\ the ear you
nre looking over—don't guess—KM) W— then HIV!
Let us show you one ot the above Models, no trouble but a real pleasure you
Are Affording Us.
Dominion, Goodyear and Dunlop Tires and Tubes.   Fail Line of Accessories, Oils and Greases.
Expert
Repairing
The HANSON GARAGE
Cranbrook
B.C.
XAMI-OOI'S BULL SALE
moves snri-.NsiTi.
fhe first public hull sale over lield
iu " tlie province was conducted fn
Ktunloops "ii Wedne idaj of lasl week
und proved ;i success, leading stock-
men and government officials declaring it was a bettor initial sale than
anyof tho established hull Bales the
country had experienced ai the start,
and tho.average pric.. brought were
higher. The registered bulls brought
especially high prices, and unregistered pure breds brought good prices
also. Ninety-five animals changed
hands tot a total sum ot $10,085.
The bull thai brought the highest
price was Hon. Duncan Marnhall's
BoWden chief, a two-yaar-otd short-
born, whicli went to the D ('.'. Fruit
hands, Ltd., for $4lt(J. The next highest price, $415, which Charles Deerlng,
ot Asheroft, paid fur Alberta Don A.
ono of a group of two-year-old Here-
fords offered by Thomas Balrd, of lied
Willow. Alta.
The Bale was under the auspices of
tho B. 0, Stockbreeders' Association.
WANT ADS.
SPRING
CLEANING
DANGERS
Every houieketptr know few
often little Injuries nre aet wttk
during "spring cleaning" time nnd
bow easily the sore piece becomes
Infected with dust end genu. Tht
danger of this llu .In the feet that
Injuries—slight et flnt- lt not nt-
iended to, may beeome Inflamed.
fester, cause great suffering nnd
Inconvenience, end frequently lied
to blood-poisoning.
To safeguard yonrielf, apply
Zam-Buk nt once to ell cuts,
scratches, ftbrailons, burns nod
scalds. This antiseptic balm Immediately destroys all germs nnd
prevents any danger of festering
ot- blood-poisoning. Zam-Buk also
ends pain and stops bleeding so
<!..lckly that no time need be lost
by those who apply it as soon ns
sn Injury is sustained. Then tbe
healing essences liT Zam-Buk actu-
fliiy grow new skin, so that In a
comparatively short time tbe wound
Ib completely healed.
Zam-Buk fs best for eczema,
bollti, pimples, rashes, ulcers aud
LETTER TO THE EDITOR
To the Editor Cranbrook Cranbrook
j    Herald.
Dear Sir:—At a meeting of the
i Moyle Mine and Mill wen's Union, No.
I 71, the following resolution was paa-
I Bed on March 81,1919: "Whereas, this
i organization has heard with amaze-
I incut that some of the    citizen.*, of
' Cranhrook, acting as a mob. broke tip
a peaceful meeting or loggers, called
for the purpose of organization, on
Saturday.  March  29,  1919, and   later
ordered Mr, McKenzie, the organizer.
I to leave town.   And, whereas, tills ac-
! tion Is In direct defiance of all law
aud order, and ngntust all conception
or British fulr play aud justice, this
organization   condemns   such action.
and asks that an    investigation   be
made into the disgraceful affair. '*
Yours truly,
Moyle Mine and Millmen's Union,
Per 0  D. Garden, Secretary.
dfired and much appreciated. Kev H.
M, Lyon gave a very interesting address. Three new members joined our
union. At our next meeting there will
be a reception to new members for
all those who have joined us during
tlte last three months. We are indeed
sorry to loose by removal from our
city one of our members In the person of Mrs. Hersey. She haa been un
active member, always ready to hip
along our cause and we feel that her
Place will be hard to fill. She was
presented with a pin, the white bow.
our emblem, also a well written address. She carries with her the good
wishes for herself and family from all
present The meeting closed by singing 'The Battle Cry Is Hinging."
Dainty refreshments were served by
the hostess and all adjourned.
baptist -rumen
Kev. John V. Sinclair, Finder
Church   Callendnr
Friday. 4th April, 7  p. m.—Young
People's Band.   Illustrated Talk.
Sunday, tith April
11 a. m— Divine Service Sermon--
Subject: "A man In the grip of Thirty
dollars."
12 noon—Church School and Bible
Class.
7.30 p. m— Evening Worship.   Sermon subject: "Is the principle of prohibition right?"—A sermon on
OYS
OOZE
ALLOTS
Thursday.   10th   April—Fellowship
Meeting -tilCL-
Lord's Supper nt close of evening
service.
b;
i
THE STAli SECOND  HAND  STOKE
l.iKt   Of   llurgnlii.
Ihis
IVeek.
Piano,    Niji'iIIh ilm r
,    *2Si
5,
Worth
double.
Plutio, Classic, con
(Utlon
an
new,
"acri'icc, $2115.
CO]
INCUBATOR -Ol.i   Ti
only $7.
rusty,
iijik'U',
MASS1VK SIDEBOAB
125 00.
n- Be
U'l
1,1,11,'.
(.'OOK STOVE—Cftnud
tl)|i; 00>t *!!.",:   *l".
i's Pi
Ul,.
BlCt'l
WHITI. SEWING    WACHINE-
fect onlL'i", ,18,
-    |I,T-
(If the Mine and Mllhnen's Union
will read an account or what happened ut that meeting, It will he up to
them to revise their resolution and
pass another similar to thc one thut
wae   unanimously   passed    by   that
meeting.
w. e. t. r.
SCALES—Weigh tip to 240 [ha.; 111.
IF VOU HAVE ANYTHING TO SELL
Phone 9; if you want to buy anything
Phone 9
Yorkshire Boar for service—Apply
Box 511, City. 10-Ct*
WANTED—Mnn or hoy to help on
farm and milk five cows, apply box
15, Herald.
JONES & DORIS
CONTRACTORS &
i    BUILDERS
PHONE
.[HII   or    101
Perhaps no other public school in
tbe province lias done as much for patriotic purpOBOB, iu prnjmrtlon to its
enrolment) as lias the central school
of tills city.
Dining the yean; ot the wur the pupils raised a little over $1500.00. Til is
wus distributed In various ways, but
chiefly to Hie Prisoners of War Fund
uud tht> Belgian Relief, Within the
school a Junior Hed Cross Society
wus formed which did good work in
knitlng sucks for the soldiers and
forwarding many Christmas parcels
to the former school boys overseas.
In November, 1917, under the auspices of this Boclely, a concert was
held in the Central school at which
the Honor Roll was unveiled
As the Prisoners of War fund no
longer requires the money collected
at tho end of each month throughout
1 tho school, it is being forwarded for
the he)]> of Canadian soldiers blinded
during the war who are in attendance
at Ht. Dunstan's.
Within thejust five weeks Thrift
Clubs have been organized throughout the school and the results are
most encouraging, the entrance class
alone Having over |50.
(Contributed)
The monthly meeting of the W. ('.
T. U. was held at the home of Mrs
Adlard, at which there was a largo
attendance, Business arising from
tho minutes was the reporl from the
committee regarding the prohibition
convention which wan held at the
coast. The president spoke al quite a
length regarding conditions In B. C.
and of tlie proposed referendum and
urged that everyone put their should- j
ers to tho wheel and to do all they
can to further tho cause of temper-
ance, or in other words to put booze
out of existence, Mrs. Coutts favored
us with a   solo, which was well ren-,
After Sickness
They Gave
Her Vinol
New Cuslle. Ind.—"The measles left
me run down, no appetite, could not
rest at night, and 1 took a severe cold
whicli settled on my lungs, no I was
unable to keep about my housework.
My doctor advisedmetotnke Vinol, and
BlX bottles restored my health so I
do all my housework, Including washing. Vinol Is the best medicine I ever
Used."—Alice Record. 437 So llth St„
New Castlo, Ind.
We guarantee this wonderful coil
liver and Iron tonic, Vinol, for nil
weak, run-down, nervous conditions.
Por sale by Cranbrook Drug and
Book Co.
■jftfUtbotitst
Ctrnvcfo
Rex. R. W. Lee, pastor
Siiitdnj  Next
11 a.m.—-Morning Service.
12 noon—Sunday School,
7.30 p.m.—Evening Worship,
Both services will be conducted by
Rev. W. W. Abbot!, BA„ B.D..Trlnity
Church, Nelson.
A Welcome for alt.
FOK HALE OB EXCHANGE
One Big Hol stein pedigreed hull
(with papers) either for sale or exchange for No. A 1 milk cow. due to
freshen. Further particulars write J.
Whitehead, Moyie, B.C. 13-3t
PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS,
ESTIMATES   ANU
SUPEBINTENDANCF
Remodelling nnd Repairs a
Specialty.
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and ABEY
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soap. It is also the largest cake for the
money. It goes farther and does more
work. If you should forget the name, just
think of the metal that is most precious
and goes farthest. That will call to mind
the word gold, and tlie soap that is most
precious and goes farthest.
CoW Soap i. made in the Procter 6t Gamble Factories
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