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Array THE CRANBROOK HERAlTD
\ ictui ia
III.I   ellll;
VOLUME 1»
CRANBROOK,   BRITISH COLUMBIA,
THURSDAY, JULY 19th, 1917
NUMBER 29
HELP       TO      WIN      THE      WAR
MEETING OE CITY COUNCIL
Receive Reports from City Engineer .ind Dairy Inspector—Accounts Ordered lJaid
HEATHER BUREAU
July 17, 1917-Thermometer highest
95: July 12. 1916—thermometer highest 91; July 4Ili 191S—Ther. highest
BS: Rain Ml first 17 days of July:
1015 1 2-6 inches: llllll—7-HI Inches;
1917 none
I
FOR CRANBROOK Fi
NEWS OF THE BOYS
IT THE Fi
een Hour.l eel '1'i'aili-  Irrjiniii
I'lne Slleen  eef Frail* nml
Vegetable,
The regular meeting ot the Ottyl Sliloniilks
Council was held 111 tlie Council Chain- Tlie sidewalks throughout the City
bor on Thursday ovonlng, t-iii July were rdpnlred, nil broken and badly
wltll Mayor Clnmi and Aldorn  Euk* docoyoil boards were ronlncod.
in. Qroon ami Dnlnionl in attendance. Tbe remi bridges wero rained and re
Tho following accounts were |iro imlrd where noeded,
se'iili'd by llie Ki ee t'onimltlee and Si'iin's
"r'l,'r'''1 ""''' The    ottluonl   rrom     Ill	
Donttle-Murphy Co *ja.!B ,,„.„, „.„., , iv„,. ,   irrigation
BuslnOBB gystoins Mil. 2S.ni (    ,
Crnnbrook Cartngo and transfer, 07,08     Tliroo .mail  flume* «  Inserted
v'"""r < l'*'1'''"'1'' I'W'l c l»»*M „,  hi passing through Mr. Qod-
City Transfer & H'nrelmuse 3-ID.3B u„r^ |mU|   „.|,,,,.,. tlioro was a  no«
clt"  l'l''"'-v '•■>» .il.lllty of ri 'o due to s-cpuge, and
Crnnbrook Sash & Door Co    "n.L's ,t|,SO(,i|PI,j diiinngG to Mr  iiu Mers'
Crnnhronk Ment Mnrkol, ..' il.Tii ,.,.,,.,
I'"rul*k  "'"'M -■*■<)      Pour sewer connect i wore made
Kotenny Telophi  Linos,  ls.e;,", amhg ,,,„ „„
lra Manning Ltd '—2S.7.1 Wm M  |.'.,..„i,,
i f""1,"11' .' If The  Meyer  and   City  Clerk  were
T. McAvlty *;• Sons 22.70 ,    ,    ,                 .  . '
.   ~  .»« ,, n thor/.od to enter i itn em usitei'iu.'iii
J. D. MoBrde 2.00 ., ,,    „,  ,,          ,,     „ ,     „    .
„ „         „ wiih tm. St, Eugene lio.ieiinl nutborl.
McCreery Bros     1.(10 ,,    *,     ,                                     ,     ,.-.
' ,                                      , les Iter the fiinne'elion wi ,i   I.u C ty
■\    '. Nobe    2.00 „   ,
Sewer System.
T.  -\.   Parrett 6.26 ,,,,,-       ,, ■       ,
„      '    ,                       ,,,, ,, Hr. Uiitlecge, Dairy Inspector, re-
Payrolls School 1911.22 ,      . ,,
„,., , 1 'M' .'t :es follows;
City  Officials,    2ei7.r,0
Engineer's Department 388.20 To "''' ',:'.v"r ""'' Aldermen or the
Police 2lln.no : Clly ef CrunbrooU:
J ,W. Rutledge 25.0,0 Gentlemen:    I   lee:.'  to  submit  my
h. P. Sullivan,  0.25 ''''Port  for  tlie   second   month,  being
Sundry Cash Payments ir,.e:i 'or Hie month of May:                    ,
E. Seymour 4.05 t)n -ll"H' Itth, I made- a visit to all '
W. I. Selby    S.20 iialrlcs and found everything lu good
The City Engineer roported as foi- condition.   1 made some suggestions
Iowa: us to llie cooling of milk during hot
To the Mayor and Council ol the City ■ weather,  anil   during   my  following
eef Cranbrook. visits, whicli were em .lune 20lli and
Gentlemen.—I   beg   to   submit   my 30th,  I  found  they  hat]  been carried
report for tlie past month. out.
lt'nler I liave asked lhe dnlrymen lo lin-
Eleven leaks were repaired during l"'"ve "lelr delivery rigs. Instead of
the month.   Two valve boxes which • having flat rigs with bottles covering
bad been filled with rocks were clean- tlm bottom eel' sonic with a rug over
ed oul.   Tlle service line to Ihe Cemc- "'Is und a man sitting on top ol it all:
tery wos repaired and put Into com- ' bave asked the men to put tops een
mission, severnl split pipes nn  same the rigs, with a nice painted canvas,
were replaced, *vllil'h *">»•* '""'I1 lllc dusl ","1 ™ln j
During the  month  the  high  water "« the bottles, and would Improve tlie
caused  some  small  damage, due lo appearance ojtha business generally;
baekseour.   to   the   dam   at   llie   City 'W«  tliey  hav..   promised  I"  do. and;
reservoir:   this   was  repaired   in   a with yonr consent, I wlll see that this
temporary maimer until sucli time as is Put into effect, without any further
tbo water is sufficiently low tei adinii remuneration; ns these tops have to be
of repairs or a more permanent nature built tn town it may take some little
Slrei'ls tien. -is' eewiipletc tliem.
Three plumbing permits were Issued Respectfully submitted,
during the month. J 'v Rutledge,
Some   minor repairs    wit,, made, Mr. A. P. Noble reported that he
principally on  Louis and Cranbrook had  analized  four  samples of milk
Streets. wltll the following result-:
Several large boles In East Hanson       P, lioeiilerls 3.G<j*   Butter Pal
and other lanes, due to settlement In      Creamery Co I',  Batter Fat
the   sower   trenches,   were   tilled   in.  XV. J. Atchison .1.$'';  Butter Pal
material lining hnuled for the' purpo.e T. Austin. ..            .  -v,   Butter Fat
SMI THB MEET
Tin'    School  Trustees    held  their
a Hily   meeting  on  July  nth  with
chairman II White and Trustees Hen-
derson, Wilson. Atchison and Manning
in attendance.
Tlie following accounts were pns-
icd:
Salaries,  	
Medical  Otflcev,
, 0,0, E, NOTES
The regular month.) i idling or th.*
1. O D. K. wns held hi the Council
Chamber nn Friday, Jul; ISth with ;.
gooil attendance. Excellent roports
by convenors of differ on I courmUteon
were   gtvon.
comprised: "- sutti 1  |nmai, 20 v■'■■'■
socks an.* :!(' propi rtj  bon?
Tin buying commltteo roportod tin*
purchasing of tlnnneletto, wool mnl
iliremi nt u cost ol Jin;':1).
Four (';.*•!'>* ot |am tin hnve been
sriii ns 10 1- [(Had vitli jam for
soldiers nt the Front nnd "ii! i„. |ofl
in ilif ltril CroBa room whore thoy
will he given oul by Hi" convi nor of
(lie different sawing dayi
H  waa   [tied to :*< 1*1 tt  Qordcu
Pnrtj on the ovi nlnr "- thi 26th to
replenish ihe supply fund Tho ''"in.
mlttees wero appoint ul nnd ir sue
ress in assured
Tin- l it n l: have reel Ived vor
nl cases of jam tins tn bi filled «i';'
jam for Hn' Bold ler* al the tronl
jam fnr tin' soldiers .1 tthe front
Those wishing io ; tali 1 In thl ■ wa)
(nol necessarily member <-\ Mi.' 1 0
li. l*:.,i win kindly call nt the Red
Cross mum** where tin* convenor! nn
the different lowing days win he
plensod to give them net
CANADA    IMI    Till     1 MTIIi
STATUS
Mr. Hearst's American snys: "Why
siiniiiti not Canada have conscription
and Australia ami Xev,- Xe^latiil ami
the rest ot the colonies? The United
States Is fn tills war to protect the
principles for which England ami the
Knglish colonies nre fighting, and
these colonies ought to he willing to
make ns much of a sacrifice for tin*
cause as this country."
The man who choats nl cards or
hides behind the skirts of a woman
hns the standards of » sportsman
and gentleman compared to the slan-
dards of fair play that could produce
this gem on a page devoted, according
to Its printed word, to Truth, Justice,
and Public Service. Wo comment
on lt only so that wc may assure our
Sister of the Snows that then, is nol
lacking In this country mi appreciation nf nil she lias done, of nil  the
(VeBlon. B, ('., July !■_> ai Onboard of trade meeting on TueKdny
'night it was decided to have a splendid exhibit i.r rr.-Km Galley fruit*'
ami vegetables in all 1 in. *-<** lu which
awards are made at the t'ranbrook
' fair in September, ami Wessra Bevan
j Glbbs, Oatway Constable, .sinrlt nml
W V. Jackson were named a committee tn liamlli' tlii-- wor*li. The
board will Investigate the excessive
charges on telephone traffic nn tin*
new line between Creston nnd f'mu-
brook. While ihe distance between
hero and Cranbrook Is the same as
in Xel-.nn. tli" charge for a three
minute conversation Is 28 cenis higher
John Keen. RT, P. P., who Is exported
here the latter fnrt nr (lie mouth.
win he asked to meet Hn* hoard in '
conference a*- in ihe Inattention this
part is getting In tlio way of rond re-,
pairs even on lhe main roads, audi
also to discus:; other matters the
iiipplles was pre-j l)nar(i „ro1)K)l( 1n ilip nf,*|rp during
s and Mr. Shields j ,,,,, r(i(>(int ,^,sl.,tlV(. Bca
Daily Xew*,.
-ticn-von,
...41.65
...25.00,
,.i:ir>00'
10.50 J
16.90
7.45
6.00
:i.60
ti.oo:
SIR RIGID MCBRIDE
Janitors	
Craubrook Electric Light On
City  of Oranbrook	
Kast   Kootenay  Oreenliouse,
Cbk. Drug & Rook Co.,	
Oranbrook Herald	
Kootenay Telephone Llnes_ ,
lra   Manning.   Ltd	
.1. D. McBride 2.12
Stamps 10.00
A requisition for
seated from Mrs. I,       	
and Instructions given that same he
ordered.
The purchase of foolscap pencils,
and drawing paper was referred to the
Committee on Supplies with power to
act. IJj
Medical Inspector reported on the
condition of the Ihrne schools which . —-
was satisfactory. _ |    Victoria, July :i.
The position of Principal of the ceived hero indicate
high school was offered to Mr. For- McBrldo, late It. <'
syth nt a salary of $140 per month.      London, Ii in a crltl
A letter was rend from Miss Bessie I am! his return to thl
Pye resigning her position on the I yet be undertaken
teaching staff: the resignation was I atates lhat Sir Ith
accepted. j away during tlie past
Letter was read from Miss Bechtel
expressing bov thanks to tlie Board
for leave of f.hsence.
Mr. Thompson was offered the position vacated by Miss Bechtel at a salary of $80 iter month end the Secretary was instructed to notify him
Hint this was nll the Board can offer
hlm except the Kootenay Orchard
School.
The position vncnted hy Miss Pye
was offered to Miss Kiter at an initial
-alary of $70 per nifinth.
The position at Ihe Kootenay Or-
chard School was offpred to Mrs, Hal-
litlay at nn Initial salnry of ?"0 per
month and the Secretary was instructed to write her full particulars.
The   Bulld-ng   Onmmlttee   were   re
uuesteil to Inspect the Srhnnl Build- j im
incs  ami   report  hack   to  the  Board | pioi
such repairs as they found necessary. I Hoi,
  I bror
Tlie following extract*-- ure t:*ken
from au interesting letter receivpd
from Private Gordon Wallinger.
"We've been on the n:arch for the '
last couple of days witb full pack ami
my shoulders were pretty sore when
wc halted,    I am now nl u Trans; on |
Box nail expect to go into the trenches ;
very shortly.   Tills pari of the country
where we are now Is certult ly plough-1
ed up by the shells.   There used to hi ',
11 village win re we are now but there'-
not  a   Btnndlng bone   left
Vimy  Rldco can  be  plainly  »eon j
from here.   There have been very few
casualties to the 22fith hoys.
I  suppose you  know  by  now  that '
John   Mncfh-nnld   difd   of   wv uds   a
short time ago.
Sn w Jack Ketteringham passin g
through here the other night but only ,
managed to get a few words with him. I
I took a wnlk over to the cemetery
yesterday, 1 should judge there are j
over 1,00ft graves. Saw Hilly Harrl-f
son's nnd Harry Biinfield's graves; |
tbey are side by side.
Jack Wilson is in this battalion so
will see him when they come out of
Thn j the trenches also Mr. Hicks, There Is
1 a rumor around that our Colonel and
! sectuid in command have been woum*»-
! ed and Major Hicks Is in command of
' the battalion/'
Ml   I
Sport H^ts
for Ladies
We havc just received a
nice
r'ot      '    t.   soft
»uu,tu, Millin
No  two  hats
assortment  of
rlvate cables re-j
thai Sir Itichard '
igenl general at
1! state of health !
province cannot 1
THK COUNTRY OKNKItAU.V
AGAINST CONSCBIPTION)
IGNORANCE   TO   ItMMK.
Tit.
Premier Makes Three Important '
Appointment*..
Tlu
mi-
is partially blind nn
ravages of llrlghl's I
anticipated upon form
sir Richard McBride
Premier Brewster tha
nritish Columbia coi
pliBhed in August.
?ho*v tliis to be practii
under  the con-lit lon.-'.s
sage
rd  has  wasted j     Our reports from
lew months and i 'hi arc not fitvonibl
1  result o£ the
U-nse.     It   wns
r advices from
1 physiolau to
his return to
Id be aircom-
Later advices
ally Impossible
IM'OIUIATIOV H'ANTUO
Hi. ,1'. \V. Oreen lias '-rrcehed lhe iel-
lowing letter and would appreciate
lin; liifoitintlon tihoul the late
Private 'Md.
1 ports of Cana-
to conscription,
These indicate thnt on 0 national vote
compulsory service would be defeated,
porhaps overwhelmingly, without the
Quebec vi 1 ■•, It the voters knew thp
real facts, tho actual dangers confronting us. there would lie no need
for conscription. There would be a
rush to enlist,
The Financial Post hns made ninn.-
statements since the w.r broke oat,
that were generally clesaed as absutd,
ami often condemned by public men
and leading newspai .*rs- a fiv ir .-.*
year war; a IlOO.flO" not a gJJtiO ,-an.
alan fighting army   rt  Dnhon  dollar
assor Provincial Ubrar
textu^'H.1' MSS!1
ery Department,
alike and a good
the newest shades in Green. Gold.
Lemon, Blue. Rose. Grey and
Tan, also plain white, reasonably priced at $2.50 to $500
All  Trimmed Hats
Greatly Reduced
Our entire stock of Trimmed
Hats is marked down, all this
summer's stock and good styles
are now selling at     -        200 to 400
Sun Shades
This is
we  have
«nd   pretty   patterns
from.   Priced at
Sun   Shade   weather,
many different shapes
to
choose
150 to 3.00
debt;   Russian   wl*
idrawnl;
McCreery Bros.
_C^™ks Ury Goods and QS&H Storei
| tte,
•ultlng ni
lu
iiifrnnntU
tremendous sacrifices she ha- made
We know that before wi eai equal
her reeoid we shall have tn have more
than -"> per cent of ihu- population
under arms, or nn army of more than
5,000,000 men W. know that Beveuty
days after the .v.- began nhe had em*
barked an army of 33.000 men We
know tlmt oi! February 1, |!>17, she
inui contributed t<> the Belgian Relief
Pnnd an amount &|unl      IS cents per
given hut s cent- per ■ aplta, and we
know her wonderful record of production from field t,. factory We
hat >' much to be prom! of. but at our
presenl rate of progresi we can only
hope thai some dav we may he able
to enual the pate set hy our brave
imd heroic northern neighbor. V' w
Yory Times.
S| MM\    1 I.U***   THK   PU MISTS
Viiii-t on script Ion Isl.i    Wrlj    Skniigs
Wlm Should  he  Shlppeil  tn
Hell,
New York, Juno 8 When Hilly
Sunday Invokod divine vengeance upon i' n e uhn are impeding the nation
In il* efforts on behalf ol democracy
tiiiMc   was  deafening  applause  tlmt
milled the woo.len wall*; of his T.'her-
naclo,    The choertng  was led by a
Uiouaond   bluejackets    in    uniform
This was Billy's fervid  prayer to the
Deity which raised Mb congregation of
14,000  to a   tumuli   nt'  approbation,
"Oh. tlnd. paralyze their tongues ami
strike down  in  their  tracks  any  individuals or cliques who dare to lift I
up their damnable hands and voices !
in defiance of the Stars and Stripes!" ;
Hilly throughout his talk was par- '
ticularly vigorous in his denunciation
of the sn-cnlled. who have been trying to  induce young men  to  refrain
from registering.
"We have an increasingly large
class coming to thin country," he snld
at one point, "who do not come here
to absorb nur benefits or our elvlll-,
Station, but to undermine honest American labor, to flaunt their dirty red
rag of anarchy nnd to stir up trouble.
"if tbey don't like our laws," he.
shouted, "let them lake ship ami go,
away. Hip the tags off them am! send
the dirty skunks to bell. We'll Rtand
on the Statute of Liberty ns they go
nnd wave the Stars and Stripes and >
, «ing, "Prnlse Ood From Whom All}
'Hlosslngii Flow.'" *
tils-rook, B. V.
yi u   kindly  iti* '.>
:<.' tan about th-
ty    ei   haggnu ■    of  pte.  U:-c
li 'd.   H ;■ -ted from Cranio the mL'nd Battalion, ('. e, p.,
I Mo. 703023, on Jnnnnry 29th, 1916.
Ik- was killed on .Inly I'iStli 1016, or
about tiuit date ami his property was
left   to   his   sister.    Tiie   letter  describing amount ai
found wa*- lost a ^^^^^^^
very shortly ;,fi<^ he entered the
trenches they never received particulars.
Could you tell me where lie was located before enlisting and where he
left his trunks, and any other informa-
j tion that might help to locate bis be-
; longings. It would be considered n
j great favor by bis sister in whose lie-
half I am writing.
Yours,
Mrs. Ii. W. .Smith.
Kast Mines Station,
Colchester County.
Nova Scotia.
P. S.—He alsn had moneyVin some
hanks  which  cannot bo  located.
hn   VIHY   Itlimi;  CHEST
Columbians'    Grenl    Achievement,
War correspondents' headquarters, *
In the middle of tlie waste
en the summit of the Vimy Ridge there i
U a little group of white-painted !
wooden crosses marking tlie grave- of
the Seaforth Highlanders of Canada ;
who fell there in the capture of the)
These Canadian Seaforths were
mostly British Columbians, and it is
n li ag, long way from the moist, pine-1
clad slopes of the Pacific North-West j
to 'his dreadful tableland, where no j
green thine is. baking ia the imt sun. \
\ loUg, long way they came to die, J
the long limbed sons of Victoria and
Vancouver, New Westminster and i
Nanaimo. And some came even farther, for Ihey were In camp on the far
off slopes of tbe Peak Mountains or
the upper waters of the Fraser River
when they heard the call. A long.
long way. but many Other feet will I
trend the snme journey nfter them,
the feet or pilgrims who. through generations yet to he horn, will come
horo as to n shrine. The little graveyard In tlie waste wlll he ar a flame
and an Inspiration to the heart of
Canada In ages of which we do not j
yd dream, for there hns been nothing | eHt po,n't imr ,()nks ,.fnvn over „ ,„
finer done in wnr than the achieve- ] „.,)orp tl|„ m.rll|] .,,,..,.„,. ,,..p |U|* Bt
able remnants of oltl Oerman trenches
the thin covering of soil being all
churned up with the white chalk below till all is greyish white. It Is
so that readers In Canada must think
of the placo wliere their sons rest.
It may he. perhaps, a mile from
where one mounted the Ridpe tn
where the llttle graveyard js. on n
level stretch, rather lower than the
highest point, so that from tbat litgli
ment of those Western men up there
on the Ridge
Tho great bulk of tlie Ridge to south
ami west was already ours, taken in
work beyond. The hot sun bents
down on it, and shells, of course, slog
over tbe place both ways; and overhead aeroplanes drone and circle, now
the firsl Irresistible rush nf the morn-1 am| ,„,„■., followod by bursting shells
lng of April Ath. How the Canadians Urom RI1ti-otrcrafl guns which make
ever went up the top of the slope nnd j mtIe f,PP(,v ,]abs of hlack or white
over the edge to the flat above it Js
Impossible now to understand when
one sees the ground. Rut they hnd
done/it. nnd our Hue ran unevenly
somewhere from north-west to southeast across the summit, which Is
here, perhaps, a mile and a half nr two
miles wide. Then came the second
operation, when, swinging on their
left, tin* Canadian Seaforths took the
line on over'the opon. which was
swept with rifle*and machine-gun fire,
■ind. by merely refusing to he stopped,
thnist the enemy from trench and
shell-hole and emplacement dow.i the
forked  RlO
beyond.    It te  difficult
! ow, but it was done hi
the hitter ci
:U! and In  rain and
drlv
'ng snow.
The only
fl-lng lhat made  It
|VV-
s.hle  was
fhe  fact    that tnq
lovel
ground Is n
ever level now     Tl'
Cl'e 1-
nc ynrd of •
* i this tflhlolnnd wl
101*6 n
r nn enn fl
ul ihe original sur-!
ten .-.r
the   earth.
hut   everywhere  is
ridge
and shnll-lm
le and hardly dlntingulnh-
agfllUBl the blue. A hideous place:
but there could he no prouder burial
piece for these men than this centre
of the summit of the Ridge which thoy
won so splendidly.
if 1 had my way 1 would plant this
Pliny Ridge with trees brought here
from Canada, and let these men. when
the present wooden crosses have heen
replnced by n noble and permanent
monument, rosl in the shadow of a
grove of their own pines and firs and
cedars.-The Times.
out the Asnuitli-yJey.churAlll crowd;
bringing Moyd-^wgo •*,; fining big
jobs, not with part., vacks as in the!
past, but witli Plaveue.,. ,i,„. „.„.... ,
Magratlm, Hennas.
Onr sources  of information on  thel
great qugsttyha before and since the!
war. hay*been more Important, more,
reliable than those of any newspaper
in Canada".   They Imd to be. because]
the moat important financial aud bust-
re It would he' ness Interests in Canada relied upon
he was killed I them,   Tbey could net rely upon As-
.|iiith who. cheerfully told the Empire
In 1014, not to worry; tlie war would
be over sooner titan most people expected—and  most  people expected it j
I would  be over  in   three montlis.    In j
Canada our Minister of Trade impart-l
ed practically the same advice, and!
lour Mlnbter of Finance created  the1
j sanm impression in his speeches on
loans and taxation.
During all this time, The Post raised
■ the only voice, in all Canada, warning
and tolling what was coming.
Without exception, the information
I given and the politics advocated, ex-
i ehislvely, in these columns, since the
war began, have been proven correct.
Therefore, there is every reason why
! anything we may say now should re-
• celve at least careful consideration, \
i We repeat what we said, very de-
' finitely, six weeks ago, that when Mr.
Balfour arrived at Washington we:
t were facing probable defeat. Defeat
would havo meant tin* Immediate appearance of the Germans at Quebec,,
Halifax and elsewhere, with perhaps
half a million men; and with probably
another enemy knocking on our Pacific doors.   We would be at the mercy ;
■ of the dermatic. They would make t
i the I'nited States pay the cost of the
' war. These suggestions were laughed
i at hy politicians,   i-ast week a United
States Cabinet  Minister, In  a  puhlic
address, frankly warned the nation,
1 these were the dangers ahead    An-
| other speaker said the Germans ex-
! pected to collect a hundred billion
from the States and to make Canada a
Oerman Btate,
i     Sn  far.  no Canadian  Minister  has
hinted,  at   any  such   danger.    The
; leader of the Opposition says such a
I Suggestion is absurd.   A leading Liberal paper of the country, edited by
a professional pacifist, is no better.
Let us make the matter clear.   The.
coining In  nf the I'nited States may
I save us; or a breakdown In (iermany
j may save us.   But victory is still with
the enemy.    If it continues, and they
rmnn official eas-  ffear ,,s ,j0W|1 [n Europe, the men of
y. 22,onn soldiers Canada, wo can be sure, win become
illness; 2fi.."fi2 are   -daves to a German nristocrncy; while
prisoner:  fiS.nM)! We cannot be sure thnt our people may
ted to tbr outrages prnc-
asunltles. nd-   ||aod in Belgium and Poland.
reportnd, give      We are sure the  Premier
I
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The success attending the Introduction of the Pearson Brush fully
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It Is a genuine BRISTLE Brush, ma ie of the pur'-=t Hog's Bristles
with a single bristle lubstltuted for ttie ordinary Tuft—the brittle being set in an Klastic-cushioned  Bas'-.
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•.* lh While Beans     .25
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THURSDAY, JULY  LOtli, 1917
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To win the war Is tlm only Issue ■'
before il" i Mi   ul' Canada today. I
Tee   rorco  ii   grnor-.il   election  ill   Ihlii'
critical period la lei oppose this great
Sir lloborl Bnrdc ions his arms,
to Sir Wilfred Laurier nnil snysj
"t'onjo aud help in   ivln  the wit;"
! "Not on your lite," sayc Kir Wilfred.,
"I am after political  power—tn liell
! with the war."
DISTRICT NEWS
I'litKV i UfiKK
1'. Woods and I'aniily, accompanied
bj their guests from NelBon, motored
to Perry Creek last Friday.
The road ere-,*, that has heen ut
work tm lho I'errj Ureelt bridge and
roud ni' in the . team . hovel, v. ill finish their work here on Saturday. We
now haw a splendid rood.
I.O.O.F.
KHV CITV LODGE, No. 42
Meets every
Monday night
at Fraternity
Hull.     Sojourning   Oil il fellows
cordlully Invited,
B. H. McPhee, W. (i. Robinson,
Secy. N. G.
\ SL'GCIKSTIO.N
Last week we struck nt the pleasure
ear owners. We are not going to take
a word back but merely tn throw out
a suggestion—that the car owners of
Mils clly arrango on a certain day to
motor the Crnnhrook families of tin*
men who enlisted, to Green Bay. ond
Kivo them a genuine day';' pleasure.
Arrangements might bo mado with the
.Moyie people to bring their motor and
row boats along ami Irlp tn mnke the
day a memorable nne.
Utli \    IIU     l Ml   TIIK    ITUI.M
ItO AM
he
KNI£!!.S OT PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, 11, V.
Meets every Tuesday ut 8 p.ui. hi
the Fraternity Hall
R. (I. Carr, C. C.
P. de Vere Hunt, K. R. & S.
P. 0. Box 622
Visiting brethren  cordially Invited to attend.
in i:i:s
.AH'-VlsiVV
Meeta In  Maple  Hull  second
Tueaday of >
|      wCoimiMiip
very month at 8
open   to   Brltirw:'-
citizens.
Vitdtlng   oi
inhers   cordially
welcomed.
fi, V. Brake,
J. F. Lower,
President.
Secretary
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meeta In the
Parish Hall
first Tuesday
afternoon of
every month
,   .      at :i p.m.
^•w^Pres., Mrs. W.
B,   McFarlane,
Secy, Mrs, J. W. Burton. P. 0. Box 621.
All ladles cordially Invited.
Xo  more  beautiful  spot  could
, desired for a day's picnlclng or for
a summer vacation than (ireen Bay;
ii is ideally situated at the head of the
Upper .Moyie Lake- the fishing, booting ami bathing facilities aro excellent- then* is ii fine sandy beach for
children   the   water  is  comfortably
warm and the air conl and refreshing;
' there  are  plenty  of shady spots  for
campers:  cool springs nffordlng the
rtnest drinking water abound and altogether Oreen Hay has the makings
of ji  delightful .summer resort;  just
the place many cities would give for.
I tunes  to  possess;   and  lho distance
! from Crnnhronk is only about I-i miles
> a .'.f-nikiiiu trip on ji ^tm^-f*ift,t^1tTi,t
; the good road is lacking.
Up to lnsl year this particular piece
of rond war, one of the besl  in  the
District, at) tbat was required to make
il  more perfeet  was to spread some
good gravel in placet! here and there.
' Instead a  gang  of nwn   havo  h^^
. ploughing up the road and bevelling
l it at heavy expense, the cost fnr tho
| month of June being $1200.
In the nuiiM of common sense why
disturb a good road by this process of
ploughing and bevelling, nur road*)
do not need  drainage but  mo'sii.ro
Mr and Mra. V. Wesl and Mrs.
West's sister ami niece from Calgary
visited Perry Creek on Tuesday.
Mr, Surplus and Mr. Welber of Chicago were at tho Hotol on Monday,
| going tm io ih" Steam .shovel on Tues,
[day where they are stopping, looking
: over iiir prospecth in mining,
i .1 Reid and family drove to Porry
creek ou Sunday.
Fishing Is Improving ai Perry Creek
mi account of tbe water getting lower
.very day.
POUT BTGKLK
Mr. Galbraith, Indian Ageni for
Kootenay, was out of town last week
on Department business. His work
will carry lo Creston, Hurton, Custle-
gar, and Nelson,  win-re lie will meel
W. Anderson, tlie Department's new
entomologist.
.1, M. Mann or Itoseullia, Wash., passed through Fort Steele lasl Fridav
for Northern Saskatchewan. .1. Mann
states lie left his home the morning
before, and expects to arrive at his
destination in the course of a lew
.lays.
Mr. Itobert Crowe. Mrs Stuart Jef.
fories, Mrs. luman. and Miss Xorris.
drove out of town Fridav nn a fishing
expedition.
The loCr.il road gang under the
supervision of Geo. Geary was laid off
on Monday.
Frank Midland left Fort Steele for
Kimberley on Fridav.
.Mrs. it. L. T. Galbraith has iust received Hi" news of the death of her
brother. Mr. Gilbert Fleming of the
Devonshir Regiment. Mr Fleming
left Vancouver Island when the war
broke oui determined to do his bit.
was in Reveral engngementB and was
wounded nl Vpres. lie was Invalided
heme and was on his way to India
when ho was taken seriously ill at
Cope Town and underwent an operation. He was operated on for throat
trouble supposed to be tlie result of
exposure in the trench's and rrom
the effect of the bullet wound in the
breast. He was sent home on a troop
ship and died four davs nfter Bailing,
lie was buried with full military
honors. Mr. Fleming was educated
in France and spent many years in
the Imperial Customs Service in China
Ho was universally liked by his comrades in arms for his many amiable
Packet of    x
/,.  WILSONS
FLY PADS
VWIU KILL MODI rtlESTHAN /
^$8°- WORTH'Of ANY   /
vSTICK If I LY CATCHER     '
Clean to handled Soldt>y all Drug*
gists, CI "oia'cra and Oeneral Stores.
needle against the wall to get it half
; way through and pulling il through
', the otlier half wny by hanging on to
I it with his teeth.
Mr, .Mm Sherlock, the well known
i Overland   Trout   and   Pickled   Whale
; traveller, passed through Klko on his
: way to the Moosejaw stampede where
j he  will  address the .Meal  Trust  and
i will sing by request at lho Meat Tniv-
: cllers'   Banquol   that   pathetic   ballad
■ ontltled "Th • cow is in tho hammock."
;     Four of Ferule's popular young men
hnve been camped out at Hock Creek
for   llie   lasl   two   weeks,   fishing   and
holding   camp   fires  at   night   wliere
j you could hear strange tales of travel
and adventure,   il. it. Johnston used
[ a fly called lhe "butcher," a regular
; killer; Lance Handle used a fly called
"butterscotch," he claimed that tickled
' their palate;   Franklin  Bunnell  used
j the fly culled the "druggist," said he
, liked io physic tbem a llttle; and Geo.
; Quail  put  tliem on  the toast.    They
! made several shipments of trout to
llieir parents in Fernie and they told
: Jim Thistlebeak they were having a
j — of a time.
, ,1. \V, Kerr and Fred Uoo were Fer-
; nie visitors Ihis week via motor. Con.
tractors Edmunds and Woods wore
alsn doing business in the Coal City.
Mr. Jim Knglish, (the Kings Mixer,)
Fernie. gave a motor party to the
Kalispcll Roundup, passing through
Elko Tuesday afternoon looking as
cool as a slab of salmon in a butcher's
shop.
Never "squeal!" Live with, stand
by. die. for your friends. Tlie seventh
circle of bell is reserved for "squealers."
Jack Graham and family, rancher
and cattle man for a number of years
foreman for the Oxley ranch, moved
to Klko for the summer.
NEWS OF THE WORM)
IN  BRIEF
PRIVATE HOSPITAL
License.| by Prov. Government,
!HI(S. BKNT, SUPT.
3peclal attention given to Nervous anil Rheumatism eases by
Vlolel Hh) Treatment
Build up the system and
steady tlie nerves through Electric Vibration, internal Exercise
Violet Kuy and Ozone, a perfectly natural process,
Che Wasa Hotel
Hunting end Fishing
RATES ItH IS0NAI1I.K   I
PROPKIBTORS,
URlonlftlnvestmtNieo.Ctd j
i
I
a.'iu ill] the m-.'-'lire t! < v can get;
ther.' may lie ci;iitn low spots requlr-
i g .1 ditch 0 i   . t thing in r.
tiie result o* iiis wnn'i'ii watt'* of
l-iibih*  money  is  chang.lif, tiie  road
from   what   the  motorist  would  call
j a high to a low- gear road.
We believe there is only one way
of securing satisfactory road building
results and Unit is by contract work
witti no tugs nu ibe contractor as to
whom he shall employ but this procedure must not bp followed because
tn.* political babies have {<> he red.
the party heelers have tn be clothed
and quite regardless of their qualifications theso men oro given the job
of road making and oilier Government
jobs; that they are not practical men
is of sect ndary Importance, The foci
is, that in spite of Mr, Brewster*, pre.
election boastings, the curse of patronage is still with us in an intensified form, and so long as it remains
jusl so long will the public liave to
put up witli mis-made roads and Inns.
and extravagant expenditure of the
public tunnies.
Tiiere Is no doubt bill tliat the serious  thinking   public  un*  well  satisfied that Sir Itobert Borden is eminently qualified to deal with tbe un-
| scrupulous  war  profiteer
I     Wl f those  wlm  vere fortunate
i iintiL'li lu lie nl Qroon Hay last Sunday   would  have  guessed  lhat  Fran
i brook wns experiencing Ihe holiest
dny on record.
Sir Henry Drayton's refusal to
ept a cheque for (*f lfi.OOO, for bis
; Commissioners' foe »s chairman uf
■ tlie Railway Hoard, la a welcomed
' contrast to tin; sinister rumor- nboul
1 tlie unscrupulous profits of another
betted knight.
Evidently Kaiser Bill's reign has
: not yet eome tn an end. a respite has
been given him. but for a illiorl t'tne
only; the finger of fate la pointing nt
him: tbo awakening of the ierman
people and the doom ol tne Raiser nro
Inseparable events,
Tlie case against Sir Joseph Flav-
e||e looks laid but tlie puhlic should
suspend judgment until Ptavollo bar
been given a chniien to put up Ills
defence      [,.•(    the   mat:    have   a   fair
trlnl nnd If guilty, |ftl him hnve all
Dint's rnmtng te blm
;iiiilttiesv jle...y:-n-. the sou of the
Itev. K. p. FlemingTft*n*. '- ■-■ D- "r
Torquay,  Kngland.
At the local police con,, yesterday
tliree Russians of tho t'rl,w* •N,'GS'
camp al Ta Ta Creek, wereTro,li3;1,t
before magistrates Fenwlqk "'"' Mc"
Vittie hy Constable Wr ■'■ charged
iVit' Jm' '■ • . -id disorderly.
Tony "'i'i-- was fined $20 and costs for
attacking the conk Joe Boileau, with
t liquor bottle and Inflicting muny
wounds, while P*ove Koelsorff was
fined Sin. and Tony Knlnskny *f> for
being drunk and disorderly.
.Mr. Laldlaw lenves here tonight for
Iron .Mountain neur Hull River to
rrcspoct: Ceo. Lum of S'.er'e will no
wilh him.
Miss V. Simpson of Cranbrook is
the. guest of the Misses Walsh of Fort
Steele.
»-
 Jl
Kt.hll  VOTI.N  ItV  FIU.II  IKMI
With llm fields abloom with wild
flowers and the air so soft and balmy.
numberless charmingly arranged picnic parties have hern enjoyed by
society folks from Fernie, Eureka,
and Crunbrook down at the Klk River
Canyon and Falls.
A merry motor pflrtv spent lhe
week-end al Lethbridge. The party
consisted of Mayor C, A, Kllngen-
smith ami wife, Frank anllnghor. wife
and family, ami Mrs. Zeni.
Mr, ami Mrs. C. Hurgcss und
[laughter wen' Klko visitors from
Waldo this week.
Several well filled motor ears from1
Fcrnie -pen*, the li'thof July dowh
iu the Roosville Valley aUUie Billy
Morrison Ranch,
R ,1, Smith, (Ireat Northern Pnsseii.
■cr iiml Prelghl Agent, Nelson was
in Elko this week.
The Burton Mine expect to ship
lho lit four ears of nre this week.
over fifty nu • cars visited Elko
Sunday Marr|age« may be made Ir
lienv*n alright, alright, Imt the beautf-
rni drives around Elko are en till oil to
(um* credit.
Tho process of trying to get cool
In n warm church Iiy singing "From
Ireen land's fey Mountains" doesn't
ippoal in yours truly, .Mm Thistle*
honk
\ Winnipeg paper unys that young
men may be divided Into thr •• classes,
those who nro fasi those who aro
lendfasl, and those who are slack
.'i.i; and adds thai the rlrsl und lasl
lfl isOfl have the mosl 111 tbem. .I'm
Milsllehi-ak says the men who break
fast havo still more in them usually
Mrs. llueli and hor daughter, Mi*
M VMinlson lefl for Detroit, Mleh
last wi ok.
Mrs. tin..-ice Ostium! of Raymond.
Mbertn, Is visiting Inr husband wlm
Is in charge of nboul fifteen thousand
beep belonging to Hay Knight, om
time Hie sugar king of Alberta.
A. Ward ami F. Armour, two of '
'"c. host game  wardens, are around
ibe   District   looking   for   game   ami
fish poachers,
Mrs. .lames Lancaster of Corbln Is
vlaltlng her mother at the Clydebank
Slock   Ranch,  Roosville  Vallev.
Mr. and Mrs, Alex Hirnie. Mrs. .Mm
Thomson and son with VVIlllo Duncan
of  Wardner   motored  to  Crnnbrook
Ulst week
When He., l. I'eiller was Editor of
tbe Ferule Fne I'r.ss, before tlio War
broke oui ho received some verses
daintily Hod Up with pink ribbon
from u young ladv in ronl Freek. entitled, "l wonder if he'll miss me."
QeorgO rend thorn and returned them
wiiii a short note, "Dear . If be
iloes be oilghl never lo lie trusted tt'ltll
firearms again."
Jim ThlBtleheak says a man never
ronllKOB the Miperiorlty of a woman BO
much as when ho in sewing on a billion   witiiout   a   Ihimhle.   pushing   tlie
A congratulatory message bas been
sent lo General Sir Arthur \V. Currie,
new Commander of the Canadian
Army Corps In France, pledging Canada's support and all needed aid.
More ihan half a million men have
volunteered*In Hie American army and
navy during tlie period of less than
tliree months thut lias elapsed since
war wns declared to exist.
James Larkin, tlie Irish Labor leader, who was tho promoter of grave
labor disorders In Dublin some time
ago, Is now in Ncw York at Ills old
of trouble-making, and has been arrested for inciting people to resist
conscription.
Kx-KIng Constantino of Greece and
liis wife have gone to a sanatorium in
the Swiss mountains to recuperate.
They met a rude reception iu Switzerland, which greatly upset them, and
were vory glad to get Into a secluded
spot.
The British House of Commons has
by n large majority passed the final
rending of the clause In the electoral
reform bill dealing with tbe question
of women's suffrage. It is expected
thai ii proposal will now be made
that the franchise be conferred on
women on tiie same basis as men.
sixteen children, only two of whom
were more thnn 5 years of uge, tlie
victims of tlie last (ierman air raid
on London, wcre given a public fun
ernl on June 20th, and their bodies
were laid in a common grave in an
Kast End cemetery, over which a monument will lie placed.
A debate iu the House of Lords on
June 26tll, on the demand for reprisals
on tlie Hermans for murders of women anil children and civilians in
I Kngland by aeroplane bombers, de-
. tnoiistrated unmistakably tliat Eng-
I land would never sink to tlie low level
I nf Hie Hun by imitating his barbarism.
The Prench Admiralty announces
, that a German submarine which tor*
j pedned a British steamer turned its
guns ou tlie lifeboats and killed eight
, of the occupants. French patrol boats
; picked up fifty survivors of the steam-
, er mnl drove off the two submarines
j whicli were trying to murder more of
I the crew iu uther boats..
in a i" ,i v of operation lu Northern
i Fran, c •'••> m December 18 to th» present offciii.ve, (ten. Halg note*: ,i few
'rililng facts, one being thnt tlie am-
liaigu following the Somme bnttle ind
begun against the villages of Pys and
* Ornndcourl on Novombber 18 has been
uninterrupted by any German enter-
prise.   lie shows that l.o had a deary
'Ineil  plan  last summer, and that
■  has heen  executing it ever since
j with astonishing success against the
i heaviest resistance Hint Hlndenburg
could offer. He lays stress upon the
difficulties    of    transportation,    and
i gives his readers a hint of what tremendous achievements liave been won
by il nglneera  from  Brltnln  nnd
'Canada. Maintenance of communications was one of tlie most serious impediments to progress this spring, and
I he himself expresses wonder nt the
manner in which liis men were able
' to keep fu contact with nn Ingenious
retrontlng foe.   Gen. Halg makes this
1 remark: The prospect of a more
gen oral resumption of open fighting
, can  be  rognrderi  with  groat corifl*
I dene*'
How About Strawberries?
Buy your Preserving Strawberries now. The erop Is very
short this season and without a
doubt prices will be higher.
Ynu cun always find something refreshing nt  our
ICE CBEAM PARLOUS
IRA R. MANNING LTD.
Staple Groceries. liny, drain, F eed. Elc.
Vo Our Out OfVown
^Patrons
We regret having to advise our out-of-town patrons
that owing to a zealous enforcement of tho Wednesduy
half-holiday we will in future be unable to oblige you by
filing any letter, telegraph or telephone urgent orders on
Wednesday afternoons. This advice is the result of
specific notice to us on the part of the city police.
J. D. McBRIDE
PHONE 5 UAKER STREET
Ollii'c   I'lle.iu. Illl
Residence IX,
The World Moves and so do We
City Transfer & Warehouse Co.
IV. K. WOHIIKX. Proprietor
DEALERS IX COAL, WOOD AM) ICE
Agents for the Famous  .Wnssey-Harris  .Machinery
Want Powder Mrt'oll's Oils.
MOTOR   TRt't'K    ALWAYS   OX   TICK    JOB
Corporation of  the   City  of   Cranbrook
Notice of Tax Sale
typTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to the provisions oi the "Municipal Aet" and Amending Acts, and of a renotution of ttie Munleipni Council of tlie Corporation of the City of Cranbrook passed on tlie 12th day of
February, 1917, I will on Monday, the 20th day of August 1S17 at 10 o'clock
City Time, (being nine o'clock Coast Time), in the forenoon at
the .Municipal Building, Norbury Avenue, Cranbrook, British Columblu, offer for sale by Public Auction, Hie lands, improvements
and real property, situate within the Municipality of the Corporation of
the City of Cranbrook, and hereinafter set forth, for delinquent taxes and
subsequent taxes in arrears, remaining unpaid and payable to the Corporation of the City of Cranbrook, by th*e persons or assessed owners
hereinafter respectively set forth, and for interest, eosts, expenses, and commission as provided hy the "Municipal Ml" and Amending Acts, if the
total amount due ba not sooner paid.
Thos. M. Roberts, Collector.
Dated at Cranbrook, B. C, this 19 th day of July, 1917.
The Corporation of the City of Cranbrook are ready to receive Information*
from any source that any person having an interest in any of the lands advertised herein is entitled to protection under tho "War Relief Act," Any
person having .such knowledge is requested to communicate. In writing, with
the Clerk, or Assessor or Collector nt tlie City Hall. Cranbrook, B. C.
Xttme of Assessed Persons
Mock
lot
lili.i   Taxes
Costs
Total
ami. due
Van Braam, G   	
19
26-27
009d    30.00
3.80
40.40
20
6-8
069         79.50
0.00
85.50
Barnhardt, M. J	
20
26-27
04.20
6.20
09.40
SS
23-24
00»e     71.15
5.55
76.70
Beale & Elwell & II. 11 Mosley
27
3-4
32.80
3.66
36.45
Canton, M. E. 	
27
31-32
91.60
6.55
98.05
28
10
10.15
2.50
12.65
Lezert, E  A	
28
18
04.45
5.20
69.05
20
18
13.55
2.05
10.20
30
13-18
660b     19.65
3.00
22.65
Hewson,   M.   L	
HO
14
10.15
2.50
12.65
Pollock,  W	
30
15
10.15
2.56
12.65
Marlnodi, J	
31
9-10
67.50
4.85
02.35
81
13
15.60
4.30
49.90
31
.;■
39.10
.1.06
43.05
Bassett, S. 0	
32
8
23.65
120
26.85
Pennessey, J. J. & A	
32
35-36
49.10
4.46
63,56
Becker. K. and II. H. Llnnell
33
211
37.25
3.86
41.10
.McKenna, P.	
23
24
83,86
3.70
37.65
Ritchie, tlco	
36
19
1169      81.00
0.05
S7.65
Muthcson, P	
36
23
16.95
2.85
19.811
t'ninbrook Garage Co., Ltd. .
35
24
101.66
7.05
108.711
36
9
13.56
2.65
16..20
311
11
83.00
6.15
89.15
31!
14
49.10
4.45
03.55
311
64.15
4.70
58.86
30
8
62.00
4.05
67 "5
411
16-17
47.40
4.35
61.76
McCallum Estate ot .1. n	
42
1-3
160.40
10.45
I79.S5
43
8-10
140.00
11.45
I58.4f
43
15, s %!!,:
71.10
5.56
76.06
MoNolib. M. * CnrlwrlBlel W.
43
26, niK 2S
59.30
4.05
64.25
Maycock, S.  J	
43
35
32.3.1
3.60
26.96
106,00
57.60
44.00
10.30
4.86
4.20
170.30
62.26
48.20
Johnson, It, I'	
86
11
Dixon,  It	
80
40*11;
128.00
0.10
139.10
87
8-8
"      214.70
12.70
227.40
Trl'ip,   II.   II	
87
11
36.70
2 76
39.45
(Hills. A	
Se
13*W
126.70
8.25
133.95
Conzens, A. 1.	
87
26
118..20
7.00
126.10
SS
27-21,
530.50
28.80
665.30
88
44
38.86
3.95
42.80
00
10
83.45
6.15
89.00
90
34-35
348.16
10.40
367.66
91
13-14
71.50
6.55
77.05   I
77.90
27.15
1042.40
5.90     83.80   .
3.35     30.50
64.10 1090.60   i
93
12
94
5
331.00
18.55
340.55   |
Beale.    Elwell,    McDonald &
10.90
31.05
314.99   '
041.35
94
12-14
609.40
Simieson, K. P	
94
let. 15
245.95
14.25
260.20
04
27
20.30
3.00
28.80
47.40
148.90
4.40
9.45
61.80
158.35
00
0-10
90
s'A 20-27-8
317.00
17.85
884.89
98
17-18
71.46
5.70
80.15
08
24
10.15
2.50
12.65   l
Simpson, .las	
145
3-4
"     57.50
2.85
60.36
Hamilton. .1. E	
1411
3-4
"     50.80
4.60
65.30
140
0
20.30
3.00
23.30
140
7
20.30
3.00
23.30
300
18-10
"     74.60
5.76
80.26
03
6
27.16
3.36
30.50
uiitu \ si'i(i:ri,i,
lliirristiis, Kir.
W. F. Ilnnl ti. J. S|iriiill
CKAMintltIK, H.C.
Ilrs. Oreen & .MacKinnon
Physicians and Surgeons
Office at  reeildence,  Armstrong
Avenno
OFFICE HOURS
Forenoons  9.00 to 10.00
Afternoons 2.00   o   4 00
Evenings  7.30 lo   8.30
Sundays   2.30 to   4.30
CRANBKOOK, 11 C.
IMt. F. II. >lll,KS
IIKNTIST
iim.-ee III llniiseen Block
OFFICE HOURS
9 to 12 u.m
1 to   6 li.lll.
CRANBROOK, 11. c.
ritAM'ittioK (iii riui:
erlOSl'ITAI,
Licensed ley Provincial Govt.
Matirnnj luJ llrnieral Nursing
MacBage and Re'si Cure, lilKiii'eei
References,  lair terms, Apply
sins. ,\. Salmon. Matron.
Phono 269 P. O. Box 846
Address,Qarden Ave., Crnnbrook
I.AIM,AW & DEWOLF
Civil and Mining Engineers
11. I'. Lund Surveyors
CRANBROOK, B. C.
f. M. MACHIKItSON
Undertaker
Hay Phone 3311, Night l'lieiae ll,',
Norbnry Air, next to City Hall
Is. VAX STAVKHKN
Teacher of Pianoforte
Cranhrook, R. ('. Box 3S0
.Monlnnii Itcst'iiinint
Meals ul All Hours
Cigars, Cigarettes and Cnnilj
CRANBROOK STREET.
Opposite the Bank nt Commerce
IIIAS. S.  I'AKKKlt
Forwarding  and  Distributing
Agent for
Lethbridge and flrecnhlll Coal
Imperial fill Ca.
Dlstrbutlon Cars a Specialty.
Wnii'lntr nnil Transferring
Given prompt attention
Phone 63
I'lie shoe Specialist
JOB MAI! 11*0111
Satisfaction (iiiarniilei'il
Headquarters for all kinels ot
Repairs
If vou want satisfaction
with vour washlntr
send it to
MONTANA 1,,11'MHtV
Special prices for familv
work
FRANK I'ltOVKNZANO
General Merrlinnl
employment Agent
P. O   Box 108 Plione'244
CRANBROOK. B. C.
TIIE IIO.IIK IIAKKItV
Kohl. Frame, Prop.
I'ri'«ii llri'iiil, lakes, Plus
anil I'aslry
Phone 37
Norbnry Ave.       (>,,,.   Clly Hall
TIM
COEUR D'ALENE
Spokane, Washington
TIIK IIOTKI, WITH ,1
ri:ii.NI!XAI,ITV
This house has thu
happy distinction of being thn fuvorilee slot,
ping pluro In Spokane
for the peoplo of llrltlal:
Colombia We appreciate
thin patronage aud ilo
everything In our power
to make y.iu comfortable*.
Our location Is excellent -
close to Great Northern Slntle.n
and O. w. lt. * N.—Milwaukee
terminal, nud wltli,n „ minute's
walk from tlie principal business
bouses and places nf amusement.
See Nleainshln  on   Roef THURSDAY, .mi.Y rnili, 1917
s%
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
Eyeglass Wearers
Appreciate the firm but comfortable c-liug of our Eye Glass
mountings.
Tliey alwuys keep your lenses
in optically correct position, and
will not tilt, slip or fall off,
If yon bave bad difficulty wltli
your present mountings, tn- liave
lieen tnbi yonr nose "Is not
adapted to oytglassoi." coma in
and try on one Df our mountings
before yon glvo up in despair.
Your protont Iciisob can in pnl
in inn* of nur i lountlngs ul n
small cost.
W. H. Wilson
(II'I'ICIAV
TOWN TOPICS
Kilby frames plcturea.
Binning tiie photographer does finishing lor amateurs.
Mr. and Mrs, C. ti. Bennett of Crcs
j ton spoilt tbe week-end iu town,
[     Miss Martha Selovlc, Burdett, Alta.,
! is visiting  with  friends in  Ibe city.
We repair shoos ot all kinds at ihe
Star—we  hurry,
I    Mr..!. li. Brownoll of Porttand, Ore.,
1 was 11 visitor in the city last Friday.
mW\rsr7i~~^^%
B-C^P
Www
^^T^tV.*^-,.
isi
MAGIC
BAKING
POWDER
CONTAINS NO ALUM
-   MADE IN CANADA *
'IHS. T. I'AIMVAI.I.AIIMI ItKCKlYES
I I I II II  III   I (IMIIII.IM i:
Mr 11,11 Morton, formerly ot ihl?
iiy and now >>r Calgary, with .Mr.
'illlBittB ni eliiti city, ware rttritora In
Miss  Maliafty, o[ Stellar, Altn . Is
vlaltlng in town,
lllirei
Illl
week.
.Mr
Mr, 11111I Mra \v H, Stnrk and
rn' Snndiiolnt, Ida., wore vlalton
tlio city Inst Sundny
Can yo,. ttwnk ot any reason why
there should not be ono in your
lion*.*'
Mr.   C.   12.
KIIOBl    eel    llii
Sunday,
Logg e.f Nolson   ewes II
Crnnhrook   Hotel   Inal
ISxport  |ein
pairing nml 1
phono 311, p
ee lllul orgnn tithing, ri-
igutntlng.   13, A. Parker.
0  llnx B28, Crnnbrook
Thr-   \V.  C,
leeenie' of Mrs
een Tluiradny
T, I*, will meet al the
Adlard, Durlck Avenue,
.Inly 20th at  3:30 p.ill.
.	
Mrs. nini Miss 1'yn returned home
n Wednesday ufter h few weeks visit
ii Spokane,
"WHITE"
SEWING MACHINES
MADE IN CANADA
FOH   CANADIAN   HOMES
WILL GIVE VOU
COMFORT
EASE AND
REAL  PLEASURE
WHILE SEWING
|E'W^'v"'''-'w4p3s
' ' Jm
We are carrying a full line of hoots
md shoes.— Cranbrook Exchange,
\rmstrong Ave.
R. C. Kakin and E. Davis of Cranbroolt were Creston visitors Inst
week.
Mr. N. K. Stevens left, 0:1 Saturday.
Agt, n. r.Doran,€arobr«ok Exchange!Eor llifl ■lon,t- -n Calgary whore lie will
*■*' ■ ■ ! reside in the future.
to a Mclntyre, » popular
on nnd woll known commercial traveller
in  of Vancouver wai transacting butl*
ii"*. it. Hi" city last Friday, ii.* also
vlslled Wycliffe, Marysville and Kiin-
berley in lhe Interest! of his firm
11 1: Howard, manager of tin* im-
iierlal Hank, Cranbrook, and A. E.
Watts of Wattsburg, were her-- thi
latter pari of tlie week looking over
the lattei's timber holdings smith or
town.   Creston Review.
Mrs T. Cadwallader, formerly of
this city, now of Trail, B. 1'. has received thf following letter.
Ottawa, July 41li. 11*17.
Hear .Mrs Cadwallader.—I desire to!
express to you my very sincere sympathy in the recent dee-ease of your i
son No 227CC1. Pte. Lawson John Cad-:
wallader, who in sacrificing bis life at
the front in action with the enftmy,
hai rendered the highest services of
a worthy citizen.
The i fiivy loss whieh you and thej
Nation have sustained would indeed j
be depressing were it not redeemed
by '.he knowledge that the brave comrade f' 1 whom we mourn performed
iiis duties fearlessly and well as be*
cami p good soldier, and gave his life
for the greal cause of Human Liberty
ami tlu defence of tbe Empire.
■ I \i> tidlnts ' ' yo 1 I" your 1 *>•
re.tvini'in my condolence nnd heart-
fell  *; at! j
! nui. yours faithfully,
A  E. Kemp, Minister of Militia
aini I) ft nre for Canada.
The
Miss  Hill .
New Denver
is spend
ing a few  we
eks with Mrs.
Kennetl
Greene.
You Are Invited
to drop in and
have our Mr.
jJ^.aynes dern*
ons.rate
THE ICELESS
REFRIGERATOR
AtMLUTELY GUARANTEED
Price $12.00
* PARKS & CO.
HitdWa*:** Mil! Supplies
CraiibPook
Hev. \v. H. Bridge and Mrs. Bridge
are returning to Cranhrook on Friday .
this week.
Mr.  Thomas Stewart  loaves  today
for Invermere wiiere lie has accepted
In   position,    His  uiany  friends  liere
will be sorry to hear of liis departure
■ from the city but wish bim every ,'oe-
' ress al   Invermere.
Mr, Charles M. Keep  was In the
■ city for a few days tliis w*ek en route
to Windermere when he bas large
mining interests. Mr, Keep operated
a private bank in Port Steele in 1S»T
an-' until the Canndh!i Rank of Com-
:tn ree open*11 lip f-'.ert*
Mr.antl Mrs. tl. ti. Share and Mr.
II. W. Barnes of Edmonton arrived
in the city last week end via motor
ear. They are on llieir way to Vancouver by way of Spokane, Portland,
and Seattle anil are making the trip
in a Ford car.
Mr. William   Oreaves the   popular
C. I*. R. Conductor and his daughter,
Miss   Delia  Oreaves,  left   for  Lethbridge on Monday where Mr. Oreaves
intends purchasing the latest model of
—                              an Elgin car In whicli tliey propose to
Mr. Alex   1, Fisher, Barrister and   make tbe return trip to Cranbrook,
M. P, P. for the Fernie riding was in 	
Have Binning do your picture framing.
tlu
■ity Tuesday on legal busino
Messrs. T* W. Cody, Qeorge Doherty
am) R. V jM-ttlc .ttiqtorcd into the city
last Tuesday ftojoj Calgary.
For solid comfort try a p-iif
ber hools.—Star >Shne gtyipp
Mr. W. P, Lucas, wfe and c
Carstalra Alta.. wen* \
in tbe city on Friday.
rub-
Airs, C. C. Snowdon arrived In the
city Wednesday after a very enjoyable visit with friends in Vancouver.
Sin- will spend a month witli ber mother. Mrs. .Alex. Taylor of Kimberley before returning to her bomo in
Calgary.
Id •
Mr.   Chas
lining man
friends    rived   inth
motored  to
M. Keep, a prominent
of Washotigal, Wash., ar.
city last Saturday. He
Windermere on  Sunday
0iV!
Little Davenport
RESTAURANT
MKAIS   VT    11 I.   HOURS
Ink)    In   lliifi    I .   0.   .1 Un-
llte Minn.
M.I. WHITE  Hl'-l.P
Mr. A. Itouth and family of Newgate
were visiting friends in the eity last
Tuesday,
We are carrying a full line of hoots
and shoes— Crnnbrook Exchange,
Vrmstrong Ave.
Mr   C, u   Anderson nn  Insurance
man from Seattle Wash., was transacting business with tho local agencies last Friday.
\ir-* Qeorge Qulrln of Calgary, Alta,
err,-. d in the city this week for an
BXtendttd visit with Mr and Mjrs
,1   M. <\.,,m
Mr. Chas
-    Bank
Girling, late of tho Can-
of Commerce staff hen*.
lay for a sheet visit lo his
tv Denver, prior to enlist
ing
BY NU I'S IS   or   (o\r   MINING
in 1.1 l.vnoNs
Coal mining rights  or the Domini
ion, In Manitoba   Batritatchowan ainf
Alberta,  the   Yukon   Territory,    the
North West Territories and In a por
(nui of tin* Provlneo ol British Colum-
bin,  may   be   leased   for  a   term  of
twenty-oil. yeat    r< n«wahlo for a fur
Uior term  ol    1   ye in   nt  an  an
nnal rental of *l nil ai ro    Moi mure
tliaii B.600 aire*, will bo leased I lfl
applicant
Application for a base must be
made hy Hie applicant In person lo
the Agent or B lib-A gon I of the district In which tlio rights applied for
are situated.
In surveyed territory tbe land must
be it-'. "I1" d hy sections, of legal sub-
dlvlsloiilfVif sections, and in unsurvey-
ed territory the tract applied for aball
be staked out hy the applicant himself.
En-ah application must be accompanied by a fee of $Ii wlilch will b*»
refunded if the rights applied for are I
not available, but not otluirwlao. A
royalty shall be paid ou tbe merchantable output of the mine at the rate
of five cents por ton.
The permin operating tlio mine shall.
furnish tbe Agent, witb sworn returns
accounting for tlie full quantity ot
merchantable coal mined and pay lb*
Special thi* wOt,
Wagner and Rom
I box, -Hi's for ":<
1 Tniding Co.
em
r cash—Apples,
Beauty, $2 per
ranbrook
M,* ,1 M Bennett, Manager of lho
I roajin -Stanch of thfl Canadian *■■••■■■*
0| CoUindfce Is n visitor In the «Hy
thl. wcvH .t guetl at tbe home of wr
;imi \ii. . G Krickson
Ml
tcnai
Mc fcrthnr
Fisher of the   Froil-
Mou Mini ■'■■
il class Comps
Ud., of ICln*«ton. om., was soliciting
ordora from his local customers on
Tuesday mnl   pffednetdn)
ami after making a flying visit to his
mining property near there returned
ni rranbrook on Wednesday just iu
time 10 catch the delayed westbound
train for his home near Portland. Ore.
Tlie Rev, .1 I.loyd Hughes of Bruce.
Alberta, is visiting Cranbrook for a
short -lo'.lday and ts the guest of
Mr. and Mrs T C. Phillip-. Armstrong
Avenue. Mr. Hughes rendered a beau.
tlful vocal solo at the Methodist
Church lasi Sunday evening nnd is
to   preach  ihere on  Sunday  evening.
The Kuskanook Chapter of the I. O,
It. K. have arranged to hold a garden
party in the Rectory gardena on tbe
evening of .luly 26th In order to pro-
vlde funds for carrying on their work
for the Red Cross Society, Among
other attractions wlll be a rookery
sale, fish pond, fortune telling nnd a
musical programme and it is hoped:
thai rranbrook will help most generously both by donation of cookery nnd
by  attendance at   the  festival
Mr and Mrs. Milo Rryant and two
young daughters, Francos and Lilian,
arrived in Hie city last week from:
Westfteld, Mass.,(where baked benns
witb brown bread nnd New Kngland
dinner*-; hold places of honor on the
menu cards 1. for an extended visit
wlih .Mrs, Bryant's sister. Mrs. L. T.
Oniniiiiond Mr. and Mrs. Bryant and
Children expect to enjoy the invlgornt-
Ing ozone Of tin* banana belt for several    weeks   lis   the   guestr   or   Mr:'.
Drummond and daughters.
tin: imi! 1 i.i \ri>
Iiy   Alexandria   il.   Campbell.
fMrs. Campbell Smith. B 1:. D. S A.)
The far off field-* hioli green
With surging seas betwoon.
Ami tin- glory <>.' the strife that's on
afar:
May we sine hy many a bard.
Honor to thn battle scarred,
But I sing of onr own home'guard.
All honor to our own heme guard!
We know they tlo their work,
Their task they do not i-lilrk—
Th" hoys nf onr ow;i home guard,
Chorus—
The homo guard, tlie homo guard.
Ail honor to our home guard!
We em go to sleep at nhjht
Trust ini; everything is right.
lu the hands or our ivyn home guard,
It'fl "Guards, turn out!   See what's
about!"
'Tis the sentry's call if nnythlng goes
wrong.
They are not a mighty host
Hut we know they're nt tbeir pest—
Tin* boy:' of onr own home gXTil.
They guard tlie waler i.i.>!is
Salt* from eiiemiPB end cranks,
Our railways, forts and bridges and
our coasts:
On the men who ibus defend
For our safety wo depend,
On   ttie  duty  of onr  own  borne
guard!
All honor to our own home guard!
For protection' thus we find;
We owe them pence of mind—
Tlie beys of our own home guard.
Our men that ocean's breeze
Has wafted overseas
To defend the cause of freedom with
tlieir live..
While they abroad do roam.
For the safety of their home
An* depending on our home guard.
All honor to.our own home guard!
For they are with us yet.
Then let us not forget
The hoys of our own home guard.
THK MITHOIHST CHURCH
Pastor: Rev. Thos. Keyworth.
The morning service for July 22nd
is withdrawn, hat service will be con-
ducted in the evening as usual at
7:30 p.m. Thi' H.v. ,1. I.loyd Hughes
of Bruce. Alherta, will conduct the
service and preach,
Sunday School ai 3, o'clock.
Raspberry
Season
K Jusl commencing and If llie
hot dn weather continues the
supply of Raspberries like the
supply of strawberries will he
very short, Me would advise
our customers te uet their or.
ders  In  early.
Little & Atchison
WANT AOS.
$*!,', nili Iiu; foil Itllrlirii range-
Apply llernlel Office. 2S-lt.
t'Olt SAI.K- Two jroung work luirn-
e's, iilsu  young Hiielelle1  horse.—Apply
Hernia Office. •IH-21*
W.tM'Kli AT IIM'KUIrl tier hotel
work.—Apply in person nt Cosmopolitan Hotol. 29-lt*
t'Olt SAl.t: haliy I'arriu!*,., in fat*!
I'leiss conilltloil, Apply Mrs. De'ielli-
son, Plione 202, 27
IVANTKII—modem .'. room ami
ltlU'lie'ii lieense. with turnaco,—Apply
lux S 211, Hernlil Office'.
WANTKIi A iirl,loir home, liethi-
ilomocrnt anil single* linrnoRn, e\ a.
Foot, Klmleorlcy, 11,1'.
I Altll (IK TIIANKri
Mrs M. Clark nnil family wish u,
express tlieir thanks to tlicir friends
and neighbors for the many kindnesses shown them ilnrinp tlieir sad t*e-
rcavcnieni in the death eef tlie late
John Clark.
Snninie'
havo th"
make  an
ulna's.
,1, Be  Is  lh.'  h.'Sl   linv  I"
chl MreMi's  photos  latter)'
nppi 1w!ine''ii  today nl  Bin-
Mr, Franl, liienhli'ilny c former rest.
ilcni  1,1' this city hut now of Trail, i
atiiiepcii "fi tor a day's visit with I
in, nils on his return home from the
Igtnmiwdo   in   .Me.lii'lne   Hal.    Frank j
Messrs. c. It.  Bind or Toronto, N. Leports th„t former residents now llv-
I'nrnev of Walla.   Wallie, Wash., .and   itl(, ,,, Tl„|, „re nil KettinK nlong very j
L. Hi Woslior ot I InlgW, wore visitors I  iimosa(illlJr     HU1J.   Matthews,   Joe
In tlie clly lnsl Tlicwlo)' iten'sts nt the   Ki,n|1(1(|y  ,'1llv(, „,„i nob Baldwin, nil
Oranbrook Hotel. .    hurvc. excellent positions and working
I steadily.   Sam Mighton Is back In the j
' ....    , ..I     ,.,..1,1...,    nil     1,1,Ills
Mr. Oeo,''c ,T, .*§' cnfi' returned from
I.,   Const    ','sl  wool!
■,■:. sing   lies   e'X.l.l nail'"
1 .*>tor qnal'
Ince.
n  Bur-
practise* Jn the I'rnv-
ilpnr bualness and making nll kinds
of money.   The Crowe boyB formerly I
wltll  lm Manning nre In the samo
business Ihere nnd meeting With tre-1
mendotis success.
, Mr. Frank M'e'Crohaii ot Nelson, the
royalty thereon. If the co»l mining | Renra| „lu| popular western rcpiesen-
rlghts are nol being operated sueh re-'. m^ (|f ^ mmn „,„, R„c„ pi,,,,.,
rights 1
turns should hie furnleliod at least onee
Company of Tcernnlo. arrived In
lhe
IA>A1)1AN l'ATBlOTir FOB
Thc   collections  for  tbe  ratrlotlc |
Fund for lhc month   of   June   wcre j
the Dopartmont of tlio Interior, Ottawa, or to nny Agont or Sub-Agent
of Dominion Lands,
W. W, OOKRY,
Deputy MlnlBtor of lho IntorlOD.
N. II- tlnullthierl'i'il publication  of
 ... December into, up to »l8,287.oa.   in-
Mlss a. Cnrtwflght, who hns boon  0i,lflm] •„ )08t month's collections were
caching nt Baynos uke. Is homn for \ n,,, following  from   outside   points:
" The'lease will Ini'.lllile the conl mln-j «'lly Wednesduy lo solicit business 111' ,„,,,; ,,,   „.,,,,.,,  ,,r|„Ka  „„,  total   for
Ing rights only.                                    | tho Inten'sls of his firm. ' i|u>  seven   monllis beginning  1st   of
For   full  Information    application]  | Deoomber llltO, up to 112,887,011,   tn-
shotild bo made to tho Secretary  ol
the liolldtvyo wltit her pttronto. MIbb I Bt jjugono Mine, Moyle J0.00; Fnsl
Melvn Cnrtwrlghl who Is now nn tho [{ooteniry Lumber Co., l.orn, $12:
slafr al Cranbrook'. and wob homo for crow's Nost Paso Lumber Co,, Ltd..
in  fi*w days, has Jnln»el   at camping I S2R4.25; OtlB Staples Lumber Co., Ltd,
$JI7.!B| nhk umber Co., Wnsa, tuTstltl;
Tlrldgen f,utnbpr Co.., (2.1,
CHRIST I lir III II
? a.m.—Holy Conimunlon.
11 a.m.—Mattlns.
7:30 p.m.—Evensong.
All  services will be conducted by
ROV. W. II. Bridge.
BORJi
Cameron—On Snturilcy. .Inly llth,
at tho cottage Hospital, to Mr. nnd
Mrs. J. A. Cameron, a son.
Johnston—On Tuesday, July I'th.
nt the CottogO Hospital, lee Mr. and
Mrs. It. a. Johnston, twin girls.
Griffith—On Tuosday, July 17th, to
Mr, and Mrs. 1! Griffith, a son.
Headaches
cume mostly from disorders of
the stomach, liver and bowels.
Regulate these organs and keep
free from headaches by using
BEECHAM'S
PILLS
Lwg-Mt Salt of A— MrilelM lm At W-kW.
««i.   Soldmry-whtrc.   Inbotu,2Bc
(OliPOItATlON  OF  Tilt:   CITV  OK
t'HAMIKOOK
Nellee to I ver-* ot Wilier
IOK SAM-: (hie l'»ril limrinit ear
iiml one Oakland *H); first clnss condition; clicup.—TliG Kootenay Qnragc,
WAKTIiH AT OXCK- *«« irlris i»r
hotel   work,   wanes   $30.—Nortli   Star
Hotel, Kimberley.
WimiIiI like le exehaniie mj one
story and a half seven-room linnse
for a suitable one story house.—Apply
at 25 Fenwick Ave, F. Godc<eriti.
MASON and KISCH PIANO, cost
$700, In splendid condition, for quick
sale $185; anyone looking for first
class Instrument for absolute bargain
price, now is tlie chance.— Apply
Kilby, Armstrong Avenue.
STKAYKI) Knim Otis M»\tlen Lumber Co'D.cnmp about 1st of June, Black (
(•I'ldiiiR, white liind feet, small white
star (mixed with black hnlr) rn forehead, 7 years old, weight around 1600
lbs. Branded O S (upside-down read,
ing S Ol on left shoulder. Reward [
for return."
LAND FOK SALE—Lot 1687, Group
1, Kootenny District, containing 5(15 i
acres, located 3 miles west of Cranbrook,   B.  ('.      'fhe    railroad   runs:
through one corner of the property.
The land adjoins that on  Which  tlie
East    Kootenay    Lumber Company's i
Haw Mill is located.   This is excellent
grazing and agriculture land.    Will
Bell for $5.00 per acre.   $1.00 per acre
cash and the balance in  four equal
annual payments with Interest at 7%.
This is a splendid cuttle ranch.   For
particulars apply to P. Lund, Box 189,
Lethbridge, Alta. 26-tf.
PUPILS WANTED
Summer ('tosses In  Art anil
Monition
.MRS. A. II. .1 'AMI'RFLL-SMITH
B. E., D. Sc. A.
Landscape painting in Oils taught in
25 lessons; Floral and Decorative* Art!
fn 1". lessens. $1.00 per lesson. Join a
Class for cheap rates. Portraits paint-.
ed. photos enlarged estimates given
on nny Art work required.
Elocution and Dramatic Act—Short
course I'O lessons. 60c per lesson,   Join i
a class.
Leave your address at Herald Offlco
PAGETIUU3B
this aUWerttsemonl will not b« paM Jimitty that hns gnnd\ "P the* taKoB,
tor. /   I 'Crarton Re-flew.     4 \
Owing io the groat amount of water
now being used throughout Hie City,
due, no doubt, in tho excessive hont,
the wator nrcssura at Lhe hydrants has
boon connldorobly reduced and users
of waler arc requested to Immediately
turn off nil tups and Inwn servlcos
upon the Fin* Alarm being Bounded
Cranbrook, 11. C, July 16th 1017.
Thiw. M. Roberts. City Clerk.
2l-2t.
miTIFH ATI! OF IMPROVEMENTS
Vnllee nf Appllcallmi
"Alic?" Mineral Claim,
"Gamble" Mineral Claim.
"Cnnnon" Mln^r il Cla.fi >.
"Bdlth" Mineral Claim
"Lots Fractional" Mineral Claim,      '
"Bakke Fractional" Mineral Claim.
"Nellie Fractional" Mineral Claim
"Kitto Fractional" Mineral cialn.    1
"Crulckshanh" Mineral claim
"March" Mineral Claim.
"July" Mineral Claim.
"WaldlO" Mineral Claim.
Situate In the Fort Steele Mining
Division cf Bast Kootenay District
Where Located- On S'lllivan Hill*
Kimberley R. C.
Lawful Holder- The Consolidate.!
Mining ti Smelting Company of Canada, Limited
Number of the holder's Free Miner's
Certificate-9flR07-n.
Take notice thai 1 J. K Cram. Free '
Miner's Certificate, 99811-B, acting n*^
agent for the Consolidated Minim*. &
Smelting Company nf Canada, Limited,
Freo Miner's Certificate. D9807-B. Intend, at tlie end of sixty days from
the date hereof, to apply to the Mining
Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for tho purpose of obtaining
Crown Grants of the above claims.
And flintier toko notice that action
under Section BE '»f 1 hi' "Mineral Aet"
must tn* commenced before the Issuance oi such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated tlltfl HHh flflV of July, 1017
The Consolidated Mining £ Smelling I
Company of Canada, Limited '
Per .1. K. Crnm. 21 91
-Mint: i\ i twnr
The 1917 Ford Touring Car
$495.00 f. 0. b. Ford. Ont.
Vim pay leas f<er ihis car bul ll gives you more
enjoyment, more mileage and longer Bervlce than
lliii:-i  which i-osi in er.-.
The touring   ear Kivi*s the utmosl In automobile value', pride of ownership and economy.
Buy a Ford this year and save money.
$360.00 Cranbrook
HANSON GARAGE
CHANBROOK.   K. C.
THE FLAVOUR LASTS
tt
An Opening"
Open   the  sealed end
with your  finger nail
Push on the other end
to make-j^bsLjroject
i Unwrap the doubu
cover and see how
surpassingly delicious
and full-flavoured it is.
r.G.<&
Three
Kinds
Matte In
Canada
The Flavour Lasts
Chew it after
I*  every meal!
KEEP   YOUR    SHOES    NEAT
White
ShoeDressing
,     ■ ,. tni'kJnilc   Uanmnnc **J
liquid lOd^WhildrefTsShoes, Cake (0c
:F.r.OALUYCo Of  CANADA
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
ol Canada, Limited
Olllco, HnieelllnB «nil twining Depirtment
TIIAII.,   BUITISIt COLUMBIA
S M i: I, T IHS   A N 1)   R E Fl \ V. It H
I'l III UtSKllH OF (101,11, HII.TKIt, I OI'I'KK, l.l'AII AND ZIHC OBIH
TABANAC HIlANIl I'lll I.KAII, iii.ikstom:. si'Kl.TKtt It OOPPDB PAGE FOUR
THK CRANBROOK HERALD
THURSDAY, .WILY 19th. 1917
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SALE
Monday, July 16th to 28th July, Saturday
Wear Warm Weather Wearables Now
No Sale Goods on Approval
MEN'S WEAR
Big Assortment Men's Shirts
Men's Work Shirts
Canvas Gauntlel Lace Face, 3 prs
Cotton Sox. 8 prs 	
Balbrigan Underwear Garments
"     Straw Hats  $175 for
75c.
2.50 for
9.50 for
iob Nailed Boots, 9.00 for
 1000 for
Tennis Shoes, 1.50 for
75c
$1.10
1.00
1. 0
1.00
.35
1.10
.40
.20
.15
4.25
9.00
7 50
7.50
8.00
1.05
35
MEN'S
SUITS
Worth up
o $27.00 in
normal 1
imes
SALE
PRICE
$16
95
Boys' Shirts, 75c lor      	
"      Knicker Pants. $1.75 for
150 "
Underwear, '10c lui
55c
$1.35
1.10
25,;
Congoleum Rugs
2 piece. 9 ft, by 12 ft. $10.00
2 piece. 10. 6 hy 12 fl, 12.00
1 piece, 6 ft hy 9 ft, 5.00
t piece, 6 ft. by 12 It.      7.00
FOLDING GO-CARTS
$8.00   for  $6.00 5.50 for 4 50
3.25     "      2.75
13.00    " 10.50
175  lor  1.25
LADIES' WEAR
Lirgj Lot Lidies' Blouses at a snap
Ladies' Silk Plaited Sev:aters at reduced prices
Corset Covers
Cambric Underwear and Underskirts
Wash Dress Skirts
Ladies' and Children's Middies
House Dresses
Hosiery
Large range of Corsets to Choose from
Cotton Street Dresses
Silk Dresses
Ladies' Light Coats
Crepe Kimonas
ff# O'Cedar Mops
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'fimffi*
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W-/:h'' ' %JaW\
V'-: ■'*■■: *   ■   . »TO
75c   for   60c
$125     "    $100
'Wif\.^%fW®   TIF
a»a£> JEkJI
8  i
'ft'     •* bar"-
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Re=Nu-AII Polish
25 cent size, 2 for
50    "       "    3   "
35c
110
For Cash Only
20 p.c. discount on all
CHAIRS,   TABLES,   DRESSERS
BUFFETS,      CHEFFONIERS
MUSIC CABINETS;    BOOK CASES
CHINA  CABINETS
DINNER SETS.   TOILET SETS
A rrangemerjts have been trade with an eminent
Foot Specialist of Toronto, to b: in attendance
at this store, on THURSDAY, July 26, to give
expert advhe xi Foot Ailments of my description.
Tlio I'lilillc is ri'iiiii'sicii to lnko iiilviinlii'ii' nf ilils unique
n|ipoi'liiijllj nf hi.iiii• - (heir fool examined Iiy nn ox|iorl.
OHMONSTNATIOJ, til' SCIKII.I.'S FOOT COlilFOItT
AI'PI.IA \('i:s  AMI FOOT RUMKDIKH
The con* pjeto range of Soholl's Fool Corrections will bo
demonstrai nil appliances prdererl will be sclenUficallj
fitted in each Individual's requirements al tlie usual advertised prices.   Positively no charge for professl6nal services.
The Specialist haa been carvylng on this important work
through sli,).' Stores In largo Cities and we priinl with pride In
ihe I'.'ici Hun v.c aro Ihe firth lo offer "FO^OT COMFORT 8RU-
Vli'lO" in Mils dislrict.
II eannnl be Impressed too strongly on Ihoso who experience sin,ii' i'diii discomfort in eoiiBiill  the oxporl during bis
Ladies' and Children's Summer Shoes
Ladies' Tan Shoes
"      Patent Pumps
"      Odd Lines of Shoes
Purses
Long Lisle and Silk Gloves ,
A Quantity
of full pieces and short ends of
PRINTS,      GINGHAMS,      VOILES,
COLORED .ind PLAIN SCRIM
CRETONS AND FLANNELETTES
At Less Than Toda/s Cost Prices
LACK OF  SPACE  PREVENTS  US   MENTIONING OTHER BARGAINS
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