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Tfl.E4»NBR00K HERALD
VOLUME   ii
CRANBROOK, B.C, FRIDAY, JUNE 8th, ID28
NUMBER    IS
A Chance to Help
the Boys & Girls
Drive For Membership Now In
Progress by Recreation Club
Commenced Tills Week
(Contributed)
Tho greatest asset of our community is our boys and girls, for they are
to become our future citizens; ami
their greatest assert la good health;
Therefore, let us look for a moment
at tbo meuuB that are provided for
the promotion of good health.
To-insure good futuv citizenship
there aro three dominant factors In a
boy nr girl's lite that must lie (level*
opod mill trained in the right direction equally* viz., mind, spirit uini
body. Wo have our buHqoIb thut educate and (levelou lbe minds; our
Ohtirohee and Sunday Schools that
look after tbe spirit; but what about
tho body? Is this not as Important
as the other two? Tho mind cannot be
100 per cent, efficient, if the body ts
only 50 per cent, etllclent.
We nre neglecting this very Important factor In the growth of our children, and this growth is not acquired
through Inheritance. True,    the
height of a hoy or girl Is already determined by herldlty, but tbe heart
action, respiration, absorption, assimilation and growth ot muscle are all
stimulated by systematic exercises.
The thing that most needs to be understood about exercise Is that it is
not a luxury, but a necessity. It Is
not something the bov or girl likes
to have; it is something that they
must have to ensure their future happiness. It is more than an essential
part of their education: It Is au essential part of tbe law of their
growth, of tho process hy which they
become men and women.
When wo speak of exercise for boys
and girls, we do not mean ha' <i and
fast calisthenics only, (though they
are necessary for the correction ol
posture), but games, better thnn anything, fill the requirements of the majority of exercise. Games find a bigger place in the development tf the
young than mere exercises, for it is
during games that you can guide
their morals in the right direction. If
there fs any good or bad in a bey or
girl's nature, lt will come out during
ii game, and a director can encourage the good and suppress the bftQ.
Then, again, true sportsmanship can
ly developed, and tjbji-. ypxil, ami
, what tt implies. t-Ueulrt' bo tbo back
bone ot our business' dealings, to win
or lose with a smile.
We have only one place in our city
where these exercises and games are
promoted and directed by a supervisor, that is the Recreation Club; but
tho fees paid by the boys and girls
aro insufficient to pay the necessary
expenses of keeping this work goiti".
The Club is now engaged iu a membership campaign, and you will be
canvassed this week.
Think again, before ynti refuse tic
canvassers a membership, as they are
not working with any selfish motive.
but they havo the health and development of the boys and girls of our
community at heart, and you, too.
when you have taken out a mom ho r-
sliip, will be he'ptng In 'ho making
of healthier, better and more < .doioui
future citizenship
WHIST DRIVE BY
CONSERVATIVE  LADIES
VERY SUCCESSFUL
only
Friday evening lost tho Maple hall
WOfl hardly large enough to hold thoso
attending the whist drive that the
Conservative Ladles* ntudy club held
tlml night Tho first part of the ove-
ulny  WM  spent   with  tho  curds mid
ihis was followed by ihe refreshment*,
which showed the fears are ground-
It'tts that some people have thnt when
a woman enters politics she says farewell lo the kitchen. Kvorythlne wus
very tasty and so generous was the
serving tliat "Liberal" was the
term applicable to it
A short program, every number or
which was shown by generous up
pliutso ami oncores to he Appreciated
Waa as follows;—
Piano IMiet - Mrs. N. H Hyckman
nnd Mrs. H. Potter; VOC&I Solo -Mr
A. shankland; Vocal Duel—Mrs, J
Norgrove and Mrs. J. Thompson.
The prize winners nt tho whist
drive were; Ladies' Mrs. W. Marshall
Und Mrs. Norgrove
The prize winners were ns follows
Ladles' first, Mrs. W, C. Marshall, so.
cond, Mrs. J Norgrove; gentlemen's
first, A. C. Bow new, second, R. L,
Buroh; Indies' consolation. Mrs. S.
Taylor; gentlemen's consolation, Mr.
Chandler,
REPORT FROM CENTRAL
SCHOOL CLASSES FOR
MONTH OF MAY
MEMORIAL SERVICE   FOR
LATE FATHER LAMBUT
HELD AT THE MISSION
Train travellers to the landing will
miss the station that was formerly a
central figure at the head of the tree-
tie. It has been reduced to a one
story structure and shifted to tbe
north side of the track, almost opposite and erected on a lower location.
The building had been at tbe old stand
for at least twenty-Aye years and if
the walls could speak some rare tales
would be told and history revealed of
the pioneer and fatter days at tlie
Landing and Blrdar.—Crsrtoo Review,
DIVISION I.
Class hist For May
First Class, WA- and over. Jack
Cummlngs 85.80, Ivy Dezal! 88.88, Sophie Mader K2.n, Cleland Parkin 81.44,]
Peter Brennan jJO.titt. Marlon Miles
SO.Uf). l'hia Davey 80.10, Graham Dale'
78.88, Uilllo Taylor 78.00, Hay Beech
77.I.8, Winnlfred Houle und Lorau Jordan 77.10, Mubel Stcmler 70.58, Margaret Macdonald 70.41, Jessie Melnnls
75.50   (sick),   Leonard   Parkin   75.10,
BocOltd Class, 00% to 7BV*.—Ethel
Spears 74.88, Alleyno Walllnger 74.50,
Ronald Haynes 74.00, Pour! Prlleliunl
78.B8, John Helmslng 72.41, Harland
Clark 71.58, Marguerite Cavan 69.84,
Edith Johnson 00.00, Ivy Sanderson
07.50,   WUhelmlno    Woodman    64.01,
Third (Muss, 50',; to 60%. — Kffle
Charhououu 66.00, Krnest Laurie 55.50.
Number enrollod 28.
A. WOODLAND, Principal
DIVISION 11.
Number enrolled 80, Perfect attendance 24.
Class A.—Tom Marshall 78.0, James
Johnston 75.0, Evelyn Ward 74.8, Mal-
olm Harris 74.11, Mary Daniels 72.lt,
Jack (Joiiest 72.00, Kjnnr Erickson 71.4.,
Hay Brown 09.00, Catherine Harrison I
08.5, Aubrey McKowan 67.6, David'
Frame 07.5, Sherman Harris 07.1, Mux- \
ray Garden 00.1, Bert Laurie 04.5,
Arnold Holdener 68.4, Lillian Lewis
00.8, Jack Swan 50.4, Jack Henderson
i.0,
Cluss B.—Qeorge Helmslng 70.9,
Pearl Gooderham 07.2, Dorothy Shaw
83.5, James Dalzicl 63.25, Billy Macdonald 03.3, Hllllard Simpson 61.7,
Leslie Sainsbury 00.0, Henry Kemball
OO.Il.Mack Horie 58.83, Tom Collings
58.75, Billy Taylor 58.5, Jessie Brown!
i0.58, Melville Reed 55.2, Edgar Sanderson 54.0, Donald Burton 53.00,
Netty Johnson 51,5, James MacFarlane
51.00, William Durgle 50.00, Kenneth j
McNeil 48.00.
F. E. MAQEB. Teacher.
DIVISION III.
Josephine Pascuzzo 7(1.5, Msrion Rummer 70.00, Elizabeth Miller 73.75, Nan-
Nesblt 73.75, Fruser Mackay 73.0,
Jack Barber 73.5, Phyllis Thompson
.7, Elsie Erlcson 72.0, Dan Brake
71.00, Florence Finley 70.7. Margaret
Willis 70.6, Edith, C&rlyle 60, Bill
Wolfe 08, Hurry Helse 67.fi, Solvcig
Lundquist 07, Solina Dixon 60.8, Margaret Mcinnis 00.5, Margaret Eye 05,
r*rr.rl Sntmiicrs S4.7, Allan QUl*»04flf
Hazel   Campbell   02,  Marlon   Willums
61.8, Etta McGill 01. Colvin McBumie
0O.1, Cyril Harrison 00, Jean Home 50.
Frank Malone 58.7, Marion Carr 58,
Owen Slye 57.3. Robert Taylor 57, Kenneth Bassett 55, Helen Briggs 51, Blr-
nie Strachan 48.Frank Brennan, absent.
H. M. TREMBATH, Teacher.
DIVISION IV.
Enrollment 33. Perfect Attendance
19.
Class Standing — Madeline Woodman 70. Allan Shaw 64, Evelyn Bow-
ley 03, Fred Btojack 02.5, Blrthel Ben-
62.2,    Kathleen    Henderson    60.
Amy Ban Qnim 69.1, Ruth Challemlcr
t.  Ronald  Moffnti   58,  Mary Genest
,0, Mabel Clark 57.3, Bertie MoDon-l
tl 66, Willie Spence 66, Madeline De-!
nitohei and  Robert  Willis  54.4. John
Metcalf 54.1, Jack  Horie 52.  Gordon
R.uikins 61.8, Billy Flott 51,4. Walter j
Fanning and Prattk Martin 51. Gordon j
Freeman 60.7, Jean McPhee and filiate
Willis 60, Jessie Tito and Isobol j
Frame 40.7, I'at McDonald 40, Eva
Slender 4S.7, Ruth Kennedy 4S. George
Kemball 40, Grace McClure 45.5,
»orgo Fanning 45.3, Jessie Cossets 48.
S. D. WHITE, Teacher.
DIVISION V.
Norfl Miles 81, Mildred Bridges 70.
nost Worden 78,8, Leltch Paterson
,0, Denis Tumor 72.1, Audrey Collier
, Ida Mctlrogor 0(1.5. David Weston
.1. Hazel Williams 03.8. Paul Hnrrl-
n 02.2, Nellie Miller 02, Helen Hoise
01.9, Mary Unnldns 81, Mohinie Lobeaii
00, Kathleen Hiiley 58.3, Garnet Pat-
moio 58.2, Elmer Holm 58, Arthur Sa-
kagulchl 57.0, Winnie Dayman 60,
Harry Roy 55.2, Rita Strachan 66,
Mary HUCltcrOft 54,2. Huso Burton 51.4
.loo Little 51.3, Nellie Slikugllichl 60.8,
Elslo Wood 50,3, Simon Frost 40.0,
Sophia McGregor 45, Jay Wolklo 4v7,
Mary Robertson 41.3, Clifford Haynes
41, Hurry Panning 30.2, Jim Drew 39.1,
May Cox 38,3, George Pulton 84 8.
H. 1). DeOPW, Teacher.
DIVISION VI.
Mao Goodorhtim 83, Irene Mc Innes
81.4, George Futa 80.2, Sheila Paterson
75, Donald MacDonald 74.2, Harold
Holdener 73.8, Jessie Musser 71.4.
Beulah Hill 70.2, Susan Randall 70.
Lowell McCoy 09.2, Kuthcrtne Martin
68.6, Florence Pattinson 68.4, Helen
Campbell 08.2, Dohle McDonald 67,
Dorothy Bridges 66.6, George Dayman
65, Enid Shankland 63.8, Kathleen Mc
Farlane 63, Molly Johnston 61.8,
Grace Flett 61.4, Jack Farrell 61.2,
Luclelle Rosllng 61.2, Chrlssle Chur-
boneau 61, George Roberts 50.4, Walter
Holmsing 50, Elsie Parker 58.8, Grace
Prltchard 68,0 Helen McGill 58.2, l«or-
nn Barber 58.2; Douglas Pulton 58,
Leslie Kuhnert 67, Betty Lunn 56.8
Stephen Magro 66.8, Eileen Gray 65.6,
(Cootlnwd •■ Page 4)
Impressive .Gathering .Tukes
Place nt Hour ot' Funeral
At Mission, 11. C.
Father Ernest LamboL, D. D. of
the Oblate Missionaries, who recently died at New Westminster, was
buried at Mission, B.C. on Tuesday.
At tho Home time a memorial service
was hold iu the church ut st. EugenjB
mission, tastefully draped for tho occasion by tbe Sisteis of Providence.
Many Indians had delayed their
return to their respective reservations
after their recent visit io the district
tor the feast Of Corpus Clirlstl, Likewise many friends of Father Lambot
among the whites also came and
there was a large gathering assembled to pay lust respects to his
memory and to show their appreciation of his Belf•sacrificing missionary
work In the district Among those
presenl wero tlio Indian Agent and
Mrs. Helmslng, Mr. F. Ryckman. Mr.
R. L. Galliraith, retired Indian agent
was unable to he present owing to
weak health, but he wiote "The Indians cannot realise what a friend
they have lost for he certainly hail
their welfare, both spiritual ami temporal at heart. Ho was a great
missionary and his position lit St.
Eugene will ho hard to fill."
.A solemn requetm wus sung by the
priest at presenl In charge of tho mission, assisted throughout by the children from it he Indian school. All
present were struck with the finished
manner in which the children rendered the plaintive aud mournful
Gregorian Chants. Great credit Is
duo to the Sisters who havo trained
them, and it showed that the little
Indian child has a soul, that it can
understand ami appreciate beautiful
melodies, and can give soulful expression to I hem with accuracy touched by feeling.
A few chosen voices from among
the Sisters rendered the "Jesii Salvo-
tor Mumii," according to a touching
Q regoriu n melody as an offertory
piece. Six Indian boys performed
the details of the ceremonial In the
chancel with devotion nnd symmetry.
liter the requiem mass tho priest nnd
his assistants proceeded to the catafalque where that portion of the committal srvtce known aa tho Absolution was sung, anil the last prayer for
the departed was chanted.
Rev. Father Murphy. O.M.I., or
J'runbrook then preached a panegyric
In well chosen words, outlining the
life of Father Lnmbci and pointing out
the significance of the self sacrificing
work of a missionary. Tho children
closed tho service by the singing with
true reeling of the hymn "Nearer. My
God. to Thee,"
TEACHERS'INSTITUTE
APPRECIATES WORK OF
ItlTlltKD SCHOOL SEC
Mr. T. M. Huberts is Recipient
of tatter Apprreiiitinu; Interest He Hns Shown
Mr. T, M. Roberts, wlio for many
years bus held the position of secretary of the school hoard, along with
the other municipal positions, which
he relinquished the end of last month,
is this week in receipt of the following letter, which speaks for itself:
Mr. T.  M,  Roberts.
Oranbrook, B.0
Dear Sir:
Tho teachers of Crnnbrook have
learned with regret that you have severed your connection with the work
of tho school hoard, and wish to take
this opportunity of expressing to you
their sincere appreciation of the sympathetic and kindly interest you have
always taken iu the work and welfare ot the touching staff.
Thoy wish yon every success In the
new work upon which you are entering.
Yours very sincerely.
P. E. MAGEE.
Secretory. Tho Cranbrook
Touchers' Institute.
'AW.WAVAWAW-M-WrW
The Dewdney Trail §
liy CHARLES E. RACE, in
Mining Truth
TIPPITV-TOE and away we go,
Bunch  grass  flats  or up  In ■*
Iho snow,
Itll/zurd or heat,  but  a  first-
class show
(Pull taut on that puck-rope)
Tlpplly-toe of the cayuso jog,
Towering peak and the beaver
bog,
Balsam, sage aud the burnt pine
log-
Prom old Port Steele to
Hope.
Tlppity-too and nwny wo go,
Diamond hitch and tbo lattgo,
Draw 'em In to n belly-bow
(Pull taut on thnt puck-rope)
Tipplty-toc and the scenting
pine,
Tlpplly-toe above timberlino,
Tlpplty-tOe and the air like wine,
From old Fort Steele to Hope.
Resume Of 1923
Game Regulations
KeKtrletlouK On Trapping To Be
.Maintained For Three Year*
In This District
Cranbrook, B.C.
May 31st 1923
The Herald
Cranbrook, B.C..
Gentlemen:—
I attach hereto a synopsis of the
Gume Regulations, concerning tho
open seasons for 1928, covering the
northern and eastern districts; will
you kindly give this publicity thai
those regulations may become known
iu ample time for all sportsmen und
trappers to be governed accordingly.
The most Important points to be
made clear iu tjiis, Custom District,
re: First, the closing of all trapping
south of tlie mala line of the Canadian
Pacific railway, this to ho maintained
lor two or three yours; next the open
Beasons should bo studied carefully
that there he no misunderstandings:
Moose ure closed in this portion of
the district as well as caribou: prai-
le.chicken, and shurp-tailed grouse
are also closed. Pheasants are dosed
except in tho electoral districts of
Similkamcen uu<l South Okanagan
where there Is ■short season on both
from October 20th to November 10th.
It will be foupd thut where at all
possible tho opening dates have been
made uuirorn., that is: mountain goat,
hour, doer, grouse, ducks and geese
all open on September 15th. Elk and
sheep October 1st; though lt may be
■aid that these utiles In none isolated
uses are not the most beneficial tn
some particular specie of game yet It
has been found to ho lhe host method
to protect these particular species In
the mutter ot enforcement of the game
act, and also covers the time when the
greatest majority of hunters ure fn
iho woods and hills.
These regulations will govern this
year unless some very good reason Is
udvanced where a change should be
made. Tbe game conservation board
■urefully considered the numerous
and widely different recommendations
that wero presented and these dates
arrived at as the most suitable, with
a view to conservation, protection and
propagation of our big game and game
birds. If any worthy suggestions arc
deemed necessary, we would like to
receive them not later than the last
of June, these to be sent to the secretary of tho Game Conservation Board
Court house, Vancouver, B.C. or to
the undersigned.
Thanking you for the space allowed
for the enclosed
I remain
very truly yours
J. F. GUIMONT
Member Game Conservation Board.
1923 open seasons to kill game In
tho Northern and Eastern districts;
iotli dates shown inclusive:—
Both dates shown Inclusive.
MOOSE—Bulls only, ovor one yea.'
old, in the electoral districts of Atlin,
Port George and Omineca, nortii of
the main line of the Grand Trunk Pacific railway.   Sept. 1st. to Dec. 15th,
In the electoral district of Caribou
and thos portions of the Omineca and
Fort George electoral districts south
of the main line of the Grand Trunk
uiilway, Sept. 15th to Dec.l5th.
CARIBOU—Bulla only, over one
year old, throughout tbe districts, except on Queen Charlotte Islands and
except south and east of the main line
of the Canadian Northern railway
Sept. 1st to Dec. 15th.
MOUNTAIN SHEEP — Rams only.
over one yeur old, north ot the main
lino of the Grand Trunk Pacific railway company.   Sept. 1st to Nov. 15th.
ln the electoral districts of Columbia, Cranbrook and Fsrnle, Oct. 1st
to Nov. 15th.
In the electoral district;; of Li 1 loner,
south of tho Hanceville-Cllnton wagon road and west of the Fraser river,
Sept. 1st. to Nov. 15th.
WAPITI (ELK)—Bulls only, over
ono year old. In the electoral districts
of Pernio, Crnnbrook and Columbia,
Oct. 1st. to Oct. 20th.
MOUNTAIN GOAT—-Throughout lbe
districts, except south of main line ofj
the Canadian Pacific railway, Sept. lsl
to Dec. 15th
lu that portion of the eastern district, south of tho main Hue of thel
Canadian Pacific railway, Sept. 15th to
Doc 15th.
BEAR—Throghout the northern district, Sept. 1st to June 30th 1924.
Throughout the eastern district,
Sept. 15th to June 15th 1924.
DEER—Bucks only, over one year
old, throughout the districts, except
white tailed deer In north and south
Okanagan, Similkamcen and Greenwood electoral districts, Sept, 15th to
Dec. 15th.
BAG LIMITS—Goat 2, Deer 3,
(Bucks only) Moose 1, Caribou 2.
Wapiti (Elk) 1; Sheep, one ram within the boundaries of tlie Columbia,
Fernie, Cranbrook. Llllooe't and Caribou electoral districts; 2 sheep of
any one specie or three altogether
north of tho Grand Trunk Pacific railway. Bear, 3 of any specie other
than Grizzly:
Bear, grizzly, north of the Grand
Trunk Pacific railway, f; Oaa frtnly
ENGINEER TELLS OP
DEVELOPMENT WORK
AT SULLIVAN MINE
, G. Laugler Compares Work
Iteing Hone On Slopes To
Underground Quarries
The series of programs and discussions held last winter by tho British
Columbia Chamber of Mines. Vancouver, has proved a decidedly interesting feature of that organization's work,
and Is doing much to stimulate interest in the mining development of the
province — a province which one
speaker recently characterized as
about three-quarters rock, hence Its
real ami ultimate prosperity lay in
mineral development.
At one or the recent Chamber of
Mines meetings, A. G. Langley, provincial government mining engtner,
went at considerable length Into the
possibilities and activities of Mineral
Survey District No. 5, embracing Bast
and West Kootenay. Among ether
mutters tbe speaker dealt at some
length with what has been accomplished by the Consolidated Mining &
Smelting Company of Canada, in
connection with the development of
Sullivan mine—admitted to be one of
the greatest lead-zinc mines ln the
world.
During the last year," Mr. Langley
stated, "the most important of the
large-scale operations wns ut Kimberley, where about 700 men all told
were employed at construction of the
new Sulllvun concentrator aud at the
mine. The output of the mine was
ahout 1,100 tons of leuil-zluc ore per
day and this will be Increased as soon
us the ttew concentrator Is completed.
Tho slopes miglit be compared lo
huge underground quarries. On account of the slight dip iu the vein,
the ore will not run ou tbe foot wall
and the shrinkage system of mining
..in not be applied, but by means of
drag scrapers tho ore Ih loaded in cars
at very small cost. I huve heard It
said that our mining methods nml
metallurgical practises are not up to
ilate, but let me assure you this is not
lhe case. At the Sullivan as elsewhere in the district where mining
on a large scale Is being done, most
up to date machinery und equipment
ts ln tine wherever practical. At the
great metallurgical plant at Trail the
treatment of silver-lead-zlnc ores is
as etllclent as any In the world, and I
think that greater progress has beon
made here in tbe electrolytic treatment of lead und zinc than at uny
other plant. In any event, tli* consolidated M. & S. Co. Is In a favoirble
position to compete In tbe lead and
/.ine markets of the world.
"In recent years the success ot tbis
company has been due to solving the
metallurgical problem of economic
ally treating the complex ores of the
Sullivan mine. The new mill at Klm-
lerley will be completed tilts summer
and will have a capacity of about
1,500 tons. Separation of the lead,
/.ine and iron sulphides is effected by
oil flotation, supplemented by Plato
tables.
"The mines of the Rossland camp
have 'been idle for the greater part of
the year, pending the completion of the
Sullivan concentrator, when the plant
now being used at Trail tor the Sullivan ore will be available for the
Rossland ores. It Is anticipated that
he Rossland mines will be operated on
i lager scale than formerly as soon as
ihe Trail plant is ready to receive tho
ore,"
hear south of the Grand Trunk Pacific
railway.
TRAPPING — No fur-bearing animals  may  be trapped  south  of the
main line of tbo Canadian Pacific railway.
April 30th 1924.
All fur-bearing animals, except
ncaver. north of the main line cf the
'anadlun Pacific railway, Dec. 1st tn
10th.
Beaver—In the northern district
and in the electoral districts of Fort
George. Prince Rupert, Caribou and
Omtncru .situate and lying in the
eastern district. Dec. 1st to April not*
1924.
192.1 Open seasons on game birds,
eastern and northern districts: —
GROUSE and PTARMIGAN—Except
prairie-chicken and Bharp-tuilod
grouse; Iu the northern district aud
In those portions of tho Omineca,
Fort George nnd Caribou elect oral
districts, situate and lying In the
eastern district, Sept. 1st to Nov. K>th.
In the remainder of the eastern district, Sept. 15th to Oct. 15th.
Prairie-chicken and sharp*! ailed
grouse. In the electoral district of
Fort George, situate and lying to the
north nnd east of the Rocky Mountains. Oct. 1st to Oct. 15th.
Pheasants, cocks only, hit he electoral districts of Similkamcen and
South Okanagan, Oct.  20th  to  Nov.
Quail—ln the electoral districts of
Similkamcen and South Okanagan.
Oct. 20th to Nov. 10th.
Ducks, Geese, Coots, Wilson Snipe.
Black breasted and Golden Plover.
Greater nnd Lesser Yollowlogs;
throughout the northern and eastern
districts, Sopt. 15th tn Dec. 30th.
Bag Limits:—Grouse and Ptarmigan
6 of one specie or 12 of all species in
one day, 50 in aggregate for season;
.Pheasants, 4 In oh day, 12 for the
Tho Herald is requested by the
Football Club lo publish the following
statement of the receipts and disbursements in connection with the football
game between Cranbrook and Kimberley. played on the evening of the 23rd.
of May;
RECEIPTS
Booster sales  $ 43.75
Gate receipts       14.50
Donations       15.00
Balance for Hospital
t 20.25
The; personnel of the Cranbrook
loom as given lust week was tlie lineup that wus expected would he playing a few days before the game. In
the actual team that was playing there
were changes made in the forwards
ind half-back line, so that the correct
team was us follows;
Goal, H. Fyles; Full backs. G. Sin-
lair, S. Malcolm; Half-backs, Andrews, White, Dingley; Forwards—
Par nel I, Bell, Watson, Costello, and
Henderson.
PROCEEDS OF FOOT-
HALL GAME TURNED
OVER TO HOSPITAL
EXPENSES
Uniforms, complete, and
now ball 	
% 73.25
$ 53.00
YOUNG PERFORMERS
shim: IN MISSION-
H.VNH CONCERT
Hie concert given hy the Marion
Oliver mission band Ot the Presbyterian church on Friday evening last
was a grand BUCCeBB< The hall was
ul to capacity to hear the treat
this ever active juvenile organisation
put on. Tho Rotarian minstrel show
ivtdenced Lhe fact that the fathers of
Cranbrook wore not backward hi the
urt of entertaining*, while "Pinafore"
recently played by the choral society
showed thai among the ladles there
are Bernhardt*? and Terrys. It i»
therefore little wonder that the young
ones aro also possessed of the talent
that thoy showed at their concert last
week. Tlie success of the affair wa»
rod it to tbe young folks and should
bo particularly gratifying to Mrs. H.
L. Grady and Mrs. C. D. Carlyle. the
leaders St the mission band wlio undertook tbe training of the children
ami tn whom the greater share ot the
success Is due When it Is considered
that there wore thirty-one items on
the program, tho magnitude of the
task can be estimated. The most In
teresttug item on the program was
the Children's Cradle Song. In which
about twenty-five kiddies with their
dollies pleased the audience with
their singing and acting, especially
in the part where they were supposed
to he asleep.
The girls' chorus was much appreciated, while the boys' chorus "Ever
to the Right. Boys." was also well
liked. "How does your Mission
Band Grow'* was a little number put
on by four boys and three girls, and
another interesting item was a dialogue In which several of the girls
took part The aims and objects of the
Mission Band were explained by one
of the girls to a supposed interested
listener anil the means that they ad
opted of making money was mentioned, one of these being, selling holders.
To show how it was done they came
down among the audience and disposed of their wares.
Tho contort netted tho band a nice
little sum for their mission funds,
nnd was such a success that it was
repeated again on Tuesday evening
FERNIE HOSPITAL SEEKS
TO ItrroVKK PORTION OF
CITY'S LIQUOR PROFITS
(Fernie Free Press )
An action wus launched In the supreme court here last week against
tlie Corporation of the City of Fernie.
The plaintiffs are Drs. Bonnell, Garner and Assclstine. medical practitioners here, who are suing the city
for $"j.s00. The endorsement on the
writ of summons Is: The plaintiffs'
claim is us the persons operating the
hospital known us the Fertile Hob.
Iiitul ottUUte in the municipality of
ihe city of Fernie. for the sum of
$2,800 being one-half of certain moneys
received by tlie defendant In Deeem-
lier, 1928* by virtue rrf sub-section
(1-b) of section 108 of the Government Liquor Act of the Province of
British Columbia, statute* of 1921
and payable hy virtue of the said
Government Liquor Act to the plain,
tiff's hospital." The plaintiff physl.
clans ulso usk for a writ of Mandamus
commanding the city to pay over the
Bald moneys
reason; Quail. 10 in one duy. 50 for
the season; Ducks. 20 In one day 150
for the season; Geese nnd Brant, 10
each in one day, 50 for the season;
Wilson Snipe. 25 In one day, 150 for
iho season; Coots. 25 in one day. 150
for the season; Blackbrbasted and
Golden Plover. Gronter and Lesser
Vollowlogs, 16 In one day, In the aggregate of all kinds, 150 for the season
in tho aggregate.
J. F. GUIMONT
Member Game Conservation Board.
Annual Report
IsBright One
Windermere Wist. BM ol Trade
Hears Resume of Year's
At Annual Meet.
(Special to The Herald)
lnvermere. B. C, June 2.—The deferred annual meeting of the Winder,
mere District Board of Trade was
held here on the evening of Monday
the 28th, with R. Randolph Ilrure.
president in the chair. The business
wus largely ot a routine nature consisting of the reading of reports fur
the year Just closed and the election
of officers for the current one.
It. Randolph Bruce wns re-elected
president; Dr. F. E. Coy was elected
vice president. Bull G. Hamilton was
re-elected secretary- treasurer. The
council comprise, Frank Richardson
of Athalmer; A. M. Chlsholui and J.
Edgar Stoddart of Windermere; Major
O. Turner ot Fairmont Hot Springs;
and C. M. Howell, W. H. cleland, Geo.
A. Benuett, R. Gladwyn Newton und
O. I'itts of lnvermere.
The reports showed the organization to be in good shape financially
and otherwise. Other work taken up
was iu couueclloo with the official
opening of the Banff-Windermere
motor highway on' the 30lh of J.in.
and the bettering ot local roads. Th.
BUbjecl of game and gauio fish wus
also dealt with and H. G. Low of Galena. B. C. was added along with
Walter J. Nixon to tbe standing gam.
ami fish committee.
Tlie following Is the text of in.
leport of the council as presented hy
ihe president: —
Following out the principle of
previous councils we now present to
ou a brief resume of the Important
events which have 'ransnlreil within
our immediate vicinity since the dale
of the last annual meeting held lu
May W22. This marks our twelfth
anuual meeting since the date of incorporation.
What might be said to be ot primary importance to our part ia work
which has been commenced of extending the dominion government system
of telephones from Canal Flat, south
to Fort Steele, at which point It will
connect up with Cranbrook and other
centres, au end much desired and
long sought after. We understand
that a further appropriation has been
paesed for the extension of the system
along tha Bantt-WlndarmeM-motor
highway to give ua direct connection
with tiie summer city and points contiguous to ft.
During the year tbe Windermere
district Rod and Oun Club voluntarily paased ont of existence and its
funds were turned into the funds of
our body and a standing committee
was appointed of men Interested in
tliat line of sport to undertake the
work belonging to that branch.
The outstanding event of the paat
year was, possibly tbe erection, completion and final opening of the David
Thompson memorial fort. Matters
pertaining to this are still too vividly
impressed upon the memory of our
members to require any mention being made of them beyond saying that
the board through Ita various committees did excellent work which
resulted In the opening day being a
great success.
This year's work has seen the completion of tbe Banff-Windermere
motor highway serosa the two rangei
of mountains. This highway Is an
International and particularly a national event of the highest Importance
from the development of the tourist
traffic standpoint. The completion of
it at so early a date Is In a large part
due to the untiring efforts of this
board which during tbe many years of
Its existence has never ceased to urge
forward the construction except only
and during the more exacting period
of the great war. The 30th of June,
barely a month away, will poslbly be
one ot the greatest days of Its class
up to the moment In the history of the
lake Windermere dlatrlct. The number of visitors we may have It ia Impossible now to form any estimate of
hut the number Is certainly going to
be a large one. This council would
(Continued oa Pate It
COMPARISON SHOWS
MAY WETTEHTMON111
FOR PAHT 12 YEARS
That May waa »n unusually wet
month Is evidence*' by tbe following
llrrres showing the rainfall during
that month for the last twelv years:
May, 1011  I.M Ina.
Vay 1»12   IDS Ins
May 1913 95 Ina
May. 1914  1.0a Ina
May, 1916   1.26 Ina.
May, 1816      1.36 Ins.
May. 1»17   1.16 Ins.
May. 1918  66 Ins.
May, 1918 78 Ins.
May. 1920   1.48 Ins
May, 1821   1 17 Ins.
May, 1822 62 Ins.
May, 1823   2.27 Ins.
i « i       i—
Inspector Dunwoody, of the Provincial Police, expects to be transferred
shortly to Nelson, where he will make
km keattwiten.—Israta Free Press. PAGE  TWO
TIIE  CRANBROOK HERALD
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GOOD   WORK    GIVES   IS
WORTH  MANY TIMES
WHAT   Villi   PAY,
RAWORTH BROS.
NK.XT Til THK l'08'i! OI'KII I
t\n Cranbrook Herald
Published Every Friday
P. A,  WILLIAMS R.   POTTER
Subscription Price .
lo United Slain ..
. "S.0O per year
. tiMid per year
Friday, June Sill, VM3
and left the impression—which
he now hastens to correct—that
the honorable members of the
red chamber might be found
menable through such means
carried lo extremes. A frank
appeal was also made to uphold
the party lines on this matter
a statement that "you need a
Liberal government in B.C., and
need il badly" pointing to this.
Matters were not improved
by the attitude of bravado assumed by the writer of the historic letter, when informed that
the communication was to come
before the senate, and (he painful impression was only deepened when Ihis was followed by
nn abject apology by the author of the familiar epistle, who
professed great pain and surprise I lial Ihe senators could not
see some other meaning lo it
Ihau whal it plainly said.
A little later the cry will probably raised how Ihe scnale at
Ottawa hns held up Ihe solution
for the bootlegging evil.
FUNERAL OK LATH
MAN STEWART HEM)
ON MONDAY MORNING
"WIU ■ MIm.Iu.i Wli.oul a Mass].*
Frlat.d ej uB|on L.fc.r
AJvertlslna Hate, on application.
SS"*2* ,or Adv.rll.lns MUST bs In
UUs efflos Weduusday uuun lb. uun-.nr
w..k to ..our. att.ntloa.
JUNE 1923
(UN HON  TVt WtO  THV FRI   SAf
1 2
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FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1923
THE SENATE AROUSED
Another celebrated faux pas
of the British Columbia government came to light during the
recent discussion by the senate
of the proposed measure which
would give the B.C, government
the sole right to import liquor,
and thus do away with the import houses entirely. These,
the government claims, are the
foster parents of all the boot -
1 legging that is rampant. They
have been lieensed, first at
three thousand, then at ten
thousand, but lo no purpose —
they are still in business, and by
seeking to legislate them out of
existence, the government is admitting tacitly it can do nothing
to cope with tlie situation, It
it worthy of note that Ihis very
legislation could have been obtained by plebiscite before the
days of government control
were ushered in, but now it is
a matter for special legislation
at Ottawa, which is looked upon
in some quarters as unconstitutional.
In addition to this objection,
a remarkable letter from the attorney-general of B.C. to the solicitor-general of Canada on the]
subject, hastened the deadlock
in the senate which has resulted
In again shelving the matter.
The attorney-general charged in
effect that there would be steady lobbying   on   the question,
On Monday morning lust, nt ten o'
lock, friends uf Hie lute Mr. Dun
Stewart, whoso untimely death in a
accident nn a logging railway was re
putted lust week gathered ai St,
Mary's church where the services
were held, Rev. Father Murphy officiating. A requiem mass was said
lor tiie repose of the soul uf the de-
parted. The pall bearers were Messrs. Owen, I'urnuliy, Ellis. RuUrny,
Miikur and Stewart
Besides the sorrowing wife nnd
four children who nre left to mourn
the loss of ll devoted InislMitiil nml fu-
ther, deceased Is survived by his parents, Mr. fcml Mrs. Titos Slewart.
now of Cranbrook. Mrs. S. Cuiuii
bull of Cranbrook and Mrs. .1. It. llol.
mes. of Blaokle, Altu, ore slaters, nml
W. F. Stewart, of this city, is u brother. Mrs. Laws Lunn and Mr. Lev
Olscn. sister and brother uf the deceased, both nf Raymond, Altu., were
in attendance nt the funeral.
Besides the floral offerings which
marked tlio esteem In which the deceased wus held, and the sympathy
felt for the bereaved family, there
were also three spiritual offerings.
Flowers were sent from lhe following;
Family, pillow; Mr. uml Mrs. Kem-
bull, cross; Brother nnd Nephew,
spray; Mrs. Kelsey and Mrs. J. T.
Downey, spruy; Mr. uml Mrs. Fred
Owen und family, wreath; Fellow
Employees at Crows Nest Lumber
Co., broken wheel; Mr. and Mrs. tl.
II. Willis, spray; Mr. and Mrs Alex
Hurry, sprny; Mr and Mrs. C. God-
dcris, spruy; Mr. uml Mrs. R Pass-
more, spray.
GILLETT'S
100*PUREfLAKE
This famous household
cleaner und disinfectant
is now made in Crystal
Flakes instead of po\v«
der. It is the best household lye on lhe market.
Use it for cleaning
and disinfeeiinn sinks,
closets, drains, etc.;
destroying vermin;
softening water; nuik-
ing soap; cleaning floors,
greasy pels and puns,
etc.; removing paint,
etc.
Avoid inferior and dan*
genius substitutes, Get
the genuine article in
cues us reproduced below,
Dominion   Experimental    Farm   in   Land   of   Evangeline
rills picture  of the Dominion Experimental Farm, ru-nr KentvMo, K.S., is typical of ihe district.   A fertile country, richly wooded, uml in
topoirrophy rolling bock from tlie coastline in such a manner tlml from almost ovory height nnd knoll delightful views and panoramas present
thrmselvQS,   There is. nn old-world charm about the "Evangeline" country near which Kentvltlo is situated, und each yeur lt ia bocoming rooro
popularly known tu tourists, particularly to those ol America tu whom it was mndo known by Longfellow*
tho meetings of the grand R&toekah
assembly us a delegate from Mapl
Leaf Rebetoih Lodge, having loft mi
Wednesday's train, anil Mr. Sam Ky-
es leaves on Saturday to attend tli
grand lodge meetings, leaving on So
t.inlay.
It. P. Mbffatt and Hon Stanley left
early this week for the Const, where
specialist medical advice will tie taken advantage of for the latter. While
there Mr. Moffntl will attend the «es-
lOHB of the grand lodge, T. O. O. P., at
New Westminster, nnd also of the
(iranil Encampment us a local delegate.      Mrs, J. McCalliini will attend
Jus. Bennett, of Fitirview, Nelson,
who only recently went to Wycliffe to
work, suffered a serious accident on
Sunday, from which he will be laid
up for many months. A logging train
on which he was riding struck u tree
on the track in going round a curve,
derailing two or three curs. The vie.
thn of the mlshafi v. an thrown under
one of Ihe cars, and suffered a had
compound fracture and other injuries.     He was given relief as soon as
TWENTY  YI.AKS AflO
Extracts from The Cranbrook
Herald of this date, 1B03.
The legislature lias prorogued after
a siiiing of twenty-eight days, and
au election is to take place in November, it lias been decided.
P. 0. Simpson and H. R- Beatllo
ure on a visit to the consL for a short
time. Tliey are delegates to the Odd
Follows Grand Lodge meetings.
Fire lasi Sunday morning destroyed
botil a hundred und fifty feet of Ihe
big trestle ut Kootenay Landing.   He-
pairs are to he effected immediately.
Engineer J. Sarvis, one of the well
known Crow line engineers will make
his home iu this city shortly.
A post office hoa been established al
Ryan, oome few miles west of this
city at the site of (he big lumber mill.
^BIBLE THOUGHT
\ —FOR TODAY-
rhouftit* m-moriutf will p-ort  %
icelw berllaua in after y«tr».
Saturday, June 11
TRIED AND PROVED:—As for
God, his way is perfect; the word of
the Lord fs tried: he Is a buckler lo
all them thut trust in him.—2 Sam.
82:81.
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Sunday) .lane 10
THK ItKAt'TY OP HOLINESS:—
Give nolo Hie Lord tha glory due unto
hie name: bring an offering, and come
before him: WOrBhlp the Lord In Hie
beauty of holiness.-- 1 chronicles
10120.
Monday. June II
REVERE THE CREATOR:—Thou
art worthy, () Lord, lo receive glory
and honor nud power: for thou host
created all things, and for thy pleasure l hey are and were created.—Revelations 4:11.
WHIST IIKIVK AM)
DANCE GIVEN BY THK
L. A. TO THE 11. 0*'it. T
On Wednesday evening the whist
drive and dance given by the L. A. to
the B. of R. T. at the Parish Hall,
was not as largely attended aa It
might have been, due lo thu fact that
ihe C, 1*. R. Is not allowing much
time for pleasure these days, most of
Ihe men being out on the road some
time during tlie week. However,
those who did attend enjoyed themselves In the full.
'1 he winners at the whist tabled
which occupied the early part of the
evening were as follows: Ladies' first,
Miss Kathleen Dallas; gentlemen's
first. Mr. Harper: Consolation, ladies, Mrs. Cassldy: Consolation, gen*
Demon's it, McBurnoy.
Robinson's orchestra provided the
music for ibe dance which followed
the whist , and this also wm much
enjoyed.      About 2 a.m. the "Home,
possible by Dr. Green, who was sum- Sweet Home" waltz was played.
nioned, and later brought to the hos*     Refreshments 'vere served at mid-
pftal, where he la now tying. night.
JUNE BUGS
Notice to all Ex-Service Men
THK ANNUAL CONVENTION OF THE G.W.V.A.
will be held 111 Vancouver, July 3rd to 7th,   ulso the big
Re-Union of all Ex-Service men.
Special railway rates   will, lie available.     Ask the
Secretary of the G.W.V.A. for particulars.
A Special General Meeting and Smoker will be
held in the Club Rooms on Saturday, June 16th, at 8.00
p.m.    Read this twice and don't forget It.
HUSINESS:   Election of Delegate lo Convention.
The 54th Battalion Re-Union will be held at Fernie on Saturday, June 9th. All those who intend going
are asked to inform the Steward al the G.W.V.A.
Tlll'Slla.V, .Illltf  li
what iiiiii will DO: Ho will
swallow nn tloath in victory; nml llio
Lord Qod will \vl|n> awny loara from
dlf ull  liiii's;  : nil tlio ri'lmkr Of Ills
liooi Ic hIiiiII Ih' toko uwuy from off nil
CANADIAN
Pacific
I lit Nit HOOK THAIS TIM KM
NO ti" DAILY—To Nelson, Vancouver,
. i   Y    iV .i i""iSpokane etc. Arrivo U.10 p.m. leave
lhe earth: for the Lord bath spoken    '
'12.20 p.m.
NO. m DAILY-To Penile. Ulhhridge,
Medicine Hul. Cul&ry, etc. Arrive
4.10 p.iu.; leave 4.H0 p.m.
Cranbrook, Wycliffe, Kimberley Sen
vice:
No. 828—Lonve 7.05 a.m. No. 824—Arrive 2.10 p.m.
li 25:8,
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Wetliicsilfij', June 1.1
ASK   WHAT    VK     \VIW,:-If    ye
abide in me, and my words abide In
you, ye Bitot I ask wflat ye will, nnd It
shall he done unto yon.—John 16:7,
* •   *   •
TlinrsditV, June II B 	
GIVE GOD THE BEST:—-Honor the'   Cranbrook, Luke Windermere aud
Lord with thy substance, ami with tlie' Golden Service
firsl   frulta  ot all   thine  Increase.—     Monday and Thursday, each week
Proverbs 8:0. '—NIL S2I, loavo 9 a.m.     Wednesday
* *   *   *                     ; and Saturday—NO. 822 arrive 3.80 p.m.
Friday, June I."> 	
HAVE FAITH  IN QOD:—And JE-     For further particulars apply to any
sits said unto him, Go thy way; thy ticket agent
faith bath made thee whole.   And tin- t  j*   pnoCTOIt
mediajtoly lie received his sight, audi
followed  Jeans   In   tlio  way.—Mark
10:62.
II. A. Moorhouso left on Monday
morning for Kootenay Central points
where he bus several surveying contracts to attend to.
auditorium!
Friday June 15th
Watch for the Street Parade   15 Vaudeville Acts
Seals on Sale al CRANBROOK DRUG & ROOK CO. STORE',
Opens Wednesday, June 18th, at III n.iii.
PRICES , 91.65,11,10 ami 85c
'1JAX INCLUDED
READ THIS
FOR THK LAST SEVENTY VEAHS
Singer Sewing Machines
Have taken all lhe Gold Medals in lhe Country.      Why
pay more money for a machine that can't get a place at
any fair?
SINNERS are sold for $90.00 and up on payments of $3.00 J
a Month.
f   We also have some Good Buys in Second Hand Singers on I
$5.00 a month payments.    Also Machines to Rent.
AN NOLI NCEMENT
DALE'S
BAKERY
Have Opened Their
Ice
Cream
Parlor
Drop  In  And  Try  Some
DELICIOUS ICE  CREAM
or a DRINK from the
F O II X T A I N
District Passenger Agent. Oalgnry.
Cranbrook Collage Hospital
(Licensed by Pror. Qott.)
Maternity and General Nursing
Terms Moderate
MRS. A. CHAWFOKIl, Matron.
Qarden Avenue     - Phone 259
li Quit
leak
Because
its Made
in One Piece
And niic ]'iffc ot' solidly
niuulitt-J rubber tliniugli-
out That's why it's solidly guanantffj not lo
leak—your money back
if It Joes,
UBATTIE-NOBI.K DMM  OO.
— The Kcxflll Store —
CRANBROOK     -     - BO.
Whtr* It pen to dMl
I
SINGERj STORE
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In conjunct Ion with The ('ranbrook lleruld,
for the balance of the year.
The Family Herald and    )       tiw.
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and I
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ti      Cranbrook, B.C. Friday, June 8th, 1023
THE  CRANBROOK  HERALD
PAGE   TnREE
C  U  N A R  D
ANCHOR
ANCHOR DONALDSON
CANADIAN SERVICE
FBOM MONTREAL
o Plymouth, Cherbourg, London -
usonla, June 16: Aiuluiiia June 23
o Glasgow—
itnniia Jun. 15   Cassandra Jun. 22
FROM NEW YORK
ii Queenstimn and Liverpool —
iriuania Jun. Iti Scythla, Boston,
Juno 23
ironla, Jun, 30     :Frauconia July 7
terbourg and Southampton—
liiitunia, Jun, 12 Maurotunlu Jun. lit
srengaria Jun. 2ii: Aiiultmila July 3
milonilcrrj and UliiHgon■
.ssyrlii. Jun. 18 Cameron la Jun. 23
yitiiiul.t, Uhertioury,
Tyiiiioniu .llanihiii'K, Juno 28
Hiixoi.Iii, London, Juno 30
Money Orders und Druftri al lo'wQSj
ten.   Full Inforuititioti from AgQUlfl
I'liinpiiny'H (Miry, 1122 UliHtlllgH St.
i'Hi, Vancouver,   Phone Boy. 8048.
he CLUB CAFE
n"ly Decorated   —   Clean unci Coo'
Enjoy y°nr meals ln comfort here
Service prompt and courteous
Food the best quality obtainable
tht commodious booths (or parties
TRY OCR COFFEE
Sened Willi Cream
Phone 165 —
Milk and Cream
DIRECT FROM
Big Butte Dairy Farm
PHONE 10
FRAME'S BREAD
IS GOOD BREAD
His Pies, Cakes and Fas-
try  can  not be  beaten.
THE HOME RAKERY
Phone 87      •      Norbury Are.
CRANBROOK CLEANERS
ANDJYERS
Every Garment sent to us to be
Cleaned or Dyed Is giveu
Onr Utmost Cars.
Our knowledge ot the business
Is your assurance of satisfaction
bars.   Phone, and we will call,
or bring us your work.
We Clean and Dye Everything.
PHONE 167
GEORGE E. BOWER
L.R.A.H., A.R.C.M.,
Musical Director
Cranbrook Musical Society
Teacher ot Singing, Violin and
Piano
Preparation tor Musical Ebtam-
Insttons
118 AMlSTKONIi ATE.
Phone Mm Cranbrnok, B.C.
NEW 8TAR STUDIO
II. IIARA, rhotoKra-iher
Portrait. * Analenr r'lnlsliliiK
Done by Kiperi Photographer
— PROOFS FUHN1SHEII —
U'uvi' us your Films lo be De-
eloped — '.'.-hour Service.
Simile: BAKER STREET,
b"»r While l.unrh        tloi Ml
JNARD'S
"KING OF PAIN
'lie old reliable reuietly for rlu.u-
liitism, neuralgia, sore tliro.it ami
.nuins.
Best Liniment Made
tll,A,lM,\UMiRV,l,D«(lMT6N,WlllCS:—
1 fell tiuiu ■ tiulhliiii* mul received wli.it
Ihe doctor culled a V*rv
lutil ■lirniiied nnkle. oml
told me 1 inn-i nut w .ilk
on ft for three «.■•!,-. I
cot JIINAKO'S I.1NI-
MHNTamliiiolnlnvHl
Mlimrtl'e Liniment
alwu*/* gives Mill*
faction,    for miy
acha or  |>*iln.    It **
t*ive» liinunt relit*!.
Minard's liniment
Co., l.lmMcd
Tim ma. - - N.8.
HOME
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HOME
Oscar, Page
Mister Coue
by
Terry
Gilkison
OM^ANNV, LOOK1   THE BICH
MK.VAN GREEN BROUGHT OSCAI
HOME /N HIS BKj CAR. I6N
THAT  15RANP?
oscar how did woo become such/
An iNWMire HKH0 Of MB. van/
OREEN AS TO BIOS I
*  CAR?
AHEM1. I OIP
IT    BY
AUToSUefieSTIOM
/VJElL-tK- HE WAS HIRING
ALONu in   HIS    AOTO -
AND    I   STOPPED  HIAA
^AMP SUOOESTED HE
ME HOME.
HOME
WABITf
WASA NOTES
t'liliiiiiltTiililt' rivalry exists UOhVeotl
tWO   III'   lltO   oIll-llllllTrl   Of   tlllrl   lltStriOl
iis to tin- prolmblo low nml high wntor
I'm- Ilii' COIIlittg "frOBllot" nl tin' KimiI-
oilfty plvor, which niny winn iinitrrliil-
(Ixo, Polar Joffpoy nniifiuis for low
water w\\\\o E-Inrry Han- another ploii-
aor of the conummlly |ihm his faith un
high, However, Mr. Jeffrey, who Is
nn anthuslnstic Ibollever in lila
own way us. a weather forecaster it ml
prophet coneo-los Unit he may lose mil
his lime.
Mr. Joe Relay, Mr. Jas. McClary
nut Fred Weller, all formerly in the
service of the Lovering Lumber Co.,
left for Cranbrooh oh Wednesday last
for other fields of endeavor.
Fletcher McDonald has joined forces
with the ki tell en staff nt the Lovering
imps us kitchen mechanic.
Jack McDonald haa resumed his position as cook for tho uoyw nt the
overlng camps.
Mr, Jack Taylor, foreman of woods
spent the week-end ut bin home in
Crauhrook.
Mr. Eddie Bickford and Mr. Curley
Duly of the Lovering camps, were visitors to the bnrg on Sunday.
Mr. Peter Jeffrey and Stewart Jeffrey were out on n prospecting trip on
Sunday. While in the foothills they
onconntered n black hear. The animal gave no Blgns of battle, so Peter
decided to let good enough alone. The
hear was headed for the higher alti
miles and Peter mul Stewart returned
to camp.
Mr. Jordan, the logging contractor,
is au occasional visitor to Wasa, in
■tho interests of hts business,
The Kootenay Lumber Co.. have h
Ritn the sawing of lumber. The mill
Is in full operation and is one of tho
best equipped mills in the northwest
for the capacity ton side red. A tine
urea of virgin timber lies tributary lo
ihe plant, which will he manufactured
and transferred to the Kootenay Centre] railway for shipment to the markets, i
Eddie Bickford, formerly stable boss
at Lovering'a camp has taken up his
obi job ns "cross haul" teamster tor
the same outfit.
Bert t'onklln was ;t Wasa visitor a
few days ago.
r. Peter Jeffrey says thai lhe crop
lltlons of the Kootenay valley bid
to eclipse all previous years as to
i nroiliutioii. However, Peter,
i bus spent the greater part of his
in the forests of tbo Dominion,
s thai he is capable of better re-
a iu the forests than on the farm,
tOQU&ntly.  his close adherence to
lumber nativities. Tho farm Iip
i "Is a  good  place to come trom
a poor place to go to."
Billy Floyd. It is snld, has eullsteil
his service* with tho Kootenay Lumber Co,, on Wolf Creek.
Harry Munroe, or the Hotel Wunii,
motored to Leask & lloyter's ramp on
Monday,
Tummy Calloway, engineer und all
'round forest worker, Hpcm a few
lays al the Hotel Wasa.
Mr. Horry Burr bus a crew of men
ni the motor truck road leading from
tbo Lovering mill to the forest operations "of the company. Considerable
iui'i'iit Ing and gravelling is being done
li, put tho road In good condition for
ilio hauling of logs.
Paddy Lnndy", who has spent some
tlmo in recreation on Wolf Creek passed through here on his way to Camp
six of iho C. N. P. f.br. Co., at Rankin spur, on Monday.
Jack McDonald was n business cnll-
■r on friends at Wasn on Monday.
Peter Saiidvllle, better known as
'Sandhill Pete," by \lrtuo or hts long
nnd varied experience cm the "Great
Sand Dunes" of west Michigan, where
he began his boyhood days In the
pine forests as a woodsman soon after
avlng his old home In Quebec. Mr.
Samlville, although advanced In years
it. still halo and vigorous and few ol
the so-called rough and tumble scrappers of to-day care t» intermingle
"with the burly Frenchman. At present
he is stnblo boss at the Lovering camp
■at Wasa.
Peter Jeffrey and bis partner, and
•phew Stewart, hnvu resumed the
cutting of loga for the Lovering Co.
Some little limber remains to be cut
t'j complete the standing timber that
remains belonging to the company ^n
this vicinity.
Robert McBean has returned to the
servico of the Lovering Company after
a period of recreation ou Wolf Creek
Mr. McBean is an ex-service man win
was with the allied forces In Russia
miina the great war
Bill Elgy or "Wild Rill" ns he li
.-unnu.only known is ypgtged in load
Ing trucks -it tho company's camp
.".-i some time past, nnd previous 11
c.'trfng t o 'he Cranbroo'.c distrht
Mr. Elgy was engaged in farming on
the prairie, but crop conditions
proving unfavorable he returned to
the timber areas where the crop Is
ready to be harvested without any
risk lo thoso who are willing ami
ready to work.
i Qood progress Is being made with
the hauling of Iors by motor truck
I at Wasn. At present only two trucks
jure operated by the Lovering people,
.but as soon as conditions Will penult
j three or four more truck* will be put
Into service.
ANNUAL REPORT
IS KKIUIIT MM!
I Calgary, Alberta.—-Calgary's present population is 70,000, according to
[the estimate of City Clerk J. M. Miller, who bases bis figures on the waterworks services now in use.
t
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and so pure. As smooth as china
and as strong as steel. And no metal
touches the food.   Be sure you get
SMP6*"^WARE
Three finishes: Pearl Ware, Iwo coat, of pearly grey rnarnrl
inside end out. Diamond Ware, three coats, light blue and
white outside, white lining; Crystal Ware, three coats, pure
white inside and out, with Royal blue edging.
Ths Shsst  Metal Products Co. "umillS'
Wlnillm
C.lg.ry
DELANY & SINCLAIR
SIII.K AGENTS Kill
SMP   WARE   IN   CRANBROOK
PImmM
no* 8*
(Continued from Pec* One)
recommend to lbe lii-eomlng council
that tt uppolut one or more active
lively committees to cope with the Influx of villi tors who will be wltb uh
on tlutt day.
Your efforts In connection witli adding a duirying udjiict to the Dominion government experim^nt&l station
at lnvermere have beon successful.
This branch of their work In going to
be greatly developed
In the matter of opening up or Improving important trails there still
remains much to be done. No reply
has been received by the board to the
enquiry as to what the government
proposes doing relative to repairs to
the Toby ('reek trail. We would recommend that the In-coming council
take this up at once.
Your council bunded over to the
Lake Wiudermere Creamery, Limited.,
the questlonuire sent to us by the
president of tbe associated Boards of
Trade of British Columbia. They tn
their turn have handled their onerous
work iu a most able manner und your
council would request that a hearty
vote of thanks he passed In their favor
for the able manner iu which these
directors have dealt with tbe subject.
Looking to tbe immediate future, it
Is of primary import unco that the
main trunk road between the Windermere district and the south should be
put. Into first class condition, in order
to take care of the great amount of
traffic which is bound to pass over it
lu connection with travel on the
Banff-Windermere motor highway.
Your council understand that contracts have heen let by the provincial
government in this respect bul wo
have misgivings that the work may
not be completed in time and this Is
another recommendation thut it would
make to the in-coming council, that
It take up the subject with the district engineer and endeavour to obtain
again his full assurance thnt this most
Important work will be pushed along.
In regard to the general development of the district the Board of
Trade notes with approbation: —
1.—The establishment of a creamery, jam factory nnd general storage
facilities. We look forward to this
materially helping the pursuit of agriculture throughout the district.
2.—The building of an agricultural
hall nnd the redevelopment of the
race track.
3.—-The erection.by the Canadian
Pacific railway of a rustic station at
Ijike Wiudermere. similar In Us character to those at the tourist summer
resorts of Banff and Lake Louise.
This is a marked improvement and a
further evidence of that corporation's
■onfidence in our district.
4,—The continued mining development and industry of the district.
During the past year Ihe Paradise
mln» shipped out about 800 tons of
ore; the Isaac 30 tons and tho Nip
and Tuck the same quantity. We sln-
erely hope, trust and believe that the
omlng year will show further development In this line.
5.—The advent of the moving picture artists Into this part aud the consequent prosperity which followed as
result of their visit at a lime when
things would or might otherwise have
been quiescent. In this connection
the council recommend (he Board to
keep In touch with moving picture
companies and encourage them to
come In, nnd carry on this lucrative
business.
ti.—As a result of the efforts of
your Board a dental clinic was carried
through the schools. The work so far
Is only In the Initial Btftg0 but good
results can be expected. The carrying on of a Better Baby Contest nl tho
annual fnlr is a fenturo along tho
same linos the promoters of which are
to be much commended.
In conclusion your council would
like to say and to emphasize that at
no time In the history of the Columblo-
Kootenay valley Is It or has It been
more essential to have a good live
active Board of Trade than right now,
In order to bring about united action
by the various towns for the development of tho district as a whole. This
the council feel can only he accomplished by united yet Individual effort
and the getting together of a strong
membership. Your council would
therefore urge that each member of
tho board should give the secretary
his personal assistance lu securing
additional members. In the resulting
increased prosperity of Iho district
each member will thereby recoup himself for his membership fee and his
labor many times over lu Increased
business generally and In the Increased employment    resulting   from the
CveZ/iytvnjkZAe>
BRIER
Me-Jcte-M.
<ioM& F0LK.S    THINK.    A
PH0TO6&APH    POESH'T  LOOK- |
LltwE   THE*   UNLESS    IT
PLATTERS    THEA\-
MKOIM
HAV
IU MINSTRELS
i: Hit; REPUTATION
TO MAINTAIN
Minstrels may conic and go but the
Famous Qoorgla Minstrels seem tn go
on forever. For the past thirty yours
this organization hoe been recognized
as one of the leading road attractions.
It has a following equalled by none
but   envied   by   many.     While  other
minstrel shows are clamoring for talent, ibis company ha* no trouble in
securing the pick of the profession
lis financial standing is as strong an
the rock of Gibraltar, and Its methods
as near perfection as experience can
make them, so (lie amMlitMls performer make- every effort la be counted
among its roster.
They will bo at the1 Auditorium on
Friday, Juno Uth,
The Woman Is Itlgbl
Wife: "George,   where   have   you
boon?"
George:   "Gunning,  m" dear, gunning."
Wife: "Gunning for what?"
George:   "Shooting  crap — yep —
shooting crap.
Wife: "George, you must stop
shooting craps. The poor little things
havo its much right us you to live."
• •   •   •
Hummer Sport*.
Bowing a ont on a hot day.
Touring to fix blowouts.
Keeping ants out of a cuke at a
picnic.
• '«.**
Joke's (hi Von, Wn
"Well Ma," said Hiram, "I got two
good harvest hands hired already.
"Well,  well,"  said   Ma,  much  t
prised, "What's their names?"
"Right and left," answered Hiram
laughing.
• •   *   *
Don't Fumble This
She dropped her gloves,
He raised his lid:
He picked them up
With "Oh you kid!"
He smiled at her.
"How dare you, sir?"
Kxcuse me, miss,
"It's just like this—
I meant the glove."
• *   #   •
Great idea!
We are by no means an efficiency
expert, but quite often, without effort
our minds do nothing also and we
think of great schemes. Now we have
one that will more than double the
work of fat male employees. We
suggest a rule be established making
fat ones wear suspenders—then thoy
will be able to work with both bands.
• •   •   •
Lucky .Vugs
Two yeggs held up and tried lo rob
a Scotchman. It was a hard tight bul
after the lanky Scotchman had licksd
thorn both, he gave one of them a
shove with his foot and mtd between
breaths—"Weel—■ It's n guld thing I
only had a nlckle with me. If I had
had n dime I would ha'e killed jft.'
Aspirin
UNLESS you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you
are not getting Aspirin at all
FIVE HOMERUNS
Pets Schneider, of the Vernon
Const League tesm set s new pro
record when be lUramtd out (Its
boms runs In sit times it rut bit
west. The tower rtcoed wsj suvos
*r Mki Wm et Mm. «te
Accept only an "unbroken package" of "Bayer TaMets of
Aspirin," which contains directions and dose worked out by
physicians during 22 years and proved safe by millions for
Colds Headache    "      Rheumatism
Toothache        Neuralgia Neuritis
Earache Lumbago Pain, Pain
ITnnily "Bayer" boxes ot 12 tablets—Also bottles of 24 an.! 100—Druggists.
Afpliiti I* the trail.■ mark (t-.-*i*tj,t<T'<! In Cans-!., of Barer U  - .
fiffiirarhl'-iMer of f-nUcyllrarl<1.    While It ti w*tl km>*r. that Aapllia
mninifai u;:... it. an-im lhe public aBalntt Imitation*, lhe TaM'U of Ila
will l.e itampad  »lih tritlr jem-nl trade mark, the "B**/*r Cfuu "
trO
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mpany
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any sign of digestive "unrest" should
impel you to seek the aid of a reliable
medicine without delay. There is no
better—no surer—no safer—than this
proven remedy.
Beecham's
Sold
everywhere
in boxes
Pills
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THE  CRANIIUOOK HERALD
Friday, June 8th, 1»23
THE   SATISFACTION      THAT
GOOD   WORK    WVKS    IS
WORTH  MANY  TIMES
WHAT   YOU   PAY.
RAWORTH BROS.
NEXT TO Tilt: POST OFFICII
Cbe Cranbrook Gerald
Published Every Friday
F. A. WILLIAMS R.    POTTER
Subscription Price .
To United Steles ..
. W.tltl per jew
. W.tll per year
"WHS. • HU.lu.ti U'll.ouf .. .
Priatrs 6, I olo* L.».r
*4r.r»l.loi H.ta. on Application.
SMH!" '°.r, Aov.rtl.lns MUOT b. la
Ul. one. Weau..d.y uuuu tu. ouir.nr
#..k to ..cur. .tuntlon.
and left tlie Impression—which
he now hastens to correct—that
the honorable members o( the
red chamber might be found
menable through such means
carried to extremes. A frank
appeal was also made to uphold
the party lines on this matter,
a statement that "you need a
Liberal government in B.C., and
need it badly" pointing to this.
Matters were not improved
liy the attitude of bravado as
sumed by the writer of the historic letter, when informed that
the communication was to come
before the senate, and the painful Impression was only deepened when Ibis was followed by
an abject apology liy the autlv
or of the familiar epistle, who
professed great pain and sur
prise that lhe senators could not
see some other meaning lo il
I linn wbal it plainly said.
A little later the cry will probably raised how the senate at
Ottawa has held up Ihe solution
for the bootlegging evil.
<i
GILLETT'S
100% PURE FLAKE
S]     Dominion   Experimental    Farm   in   Land   of   Evangeline
JUNE 1923
SUK DON TVI WtD THV FRI SAf
1 2
345 67 8 9
10111213141516
171819 20 2132 23
24252627282950
FRIDAY, JUNE S, 1923
THE SENATE AROUSED
Another celebrated faux pas
of the Hritish Columbia govern
ment came to light during the
recent discussion by the senate
of the proposed measure which
would give the B.C. government
the sole right to import liquor,
and thus do away with the Import houses entirely. These,
the government claims, are the
faster parents of all the boot -
1 legging that is rampant. They
have been lieensed, first at
three thousand, then at ten
thousand, but to no purpose —
they are still iu business, and by
seeking to legislate them out of
existence, the government is admitting tacitly it can do nothing
to cope with the situation, it
it worthy of note that this very
legislation could have been obtained by plebiscite before the
days of government control
were ushered in, but. now it Is
a matter for special legislation
at Ottawa, which is looked upon
in some quarters as unconstitutional.
In addition to this objection,
a remarkable letter from the attorney-general of B.C. to the solicitor-general of Canada on the
subject, hastened the deadlock
in the senate which has resulted
In again shelving the matter
The attorney-general charged in
effect that there would lie steady lobbying   on   the question,
FUNERAL OF LATE
DAN STEWART IIKLII
ON MONDAY MORNING
On Monday morning lasi. at ten o'clock, friends of tiie late Mr. Dan
Stewart, whii.se untimely death in an
accident on a togging railway was re-
M'lted last Week galln-rml al St.
Mary's church where the services
were held, Rev, Father Murphy ofll-
eiatirig, A requiem mass was said
for the repose ot tlie hdiiI of the departed. Tiie hall bearers were Mes-
srH. Owen, I'artuihy, Ellis, Rattray,
Maker and Stewart.
Besides tile sorrowing wife and
lour children who nre left (o mourn
the loss or it devoted husband and father, deceased Is survived by his parents, Mr. fond Mrs. Thos Stewart,
now ot Cranbrook. Mrs. S. Camp-
boll of CrauurooK and Mrs. .1. II. Holmes, of Bhtekle, Alta, are sisters, and
W. F. Slewart, ot tills clly, Ih a bro
Iher. Mrs. Laws Lunn and Mr. Lev
Olscii, sister and brother ot the deceased, both of Raymond, .Alta., were
in attendance at tlie funeral.
Besides the floral offerings which
marked tile esteem ill which tile deceased was held, and tiie sympathy
felt for the bereaved family, there
were also three spiritual offerings.
Flowers were senl from the following:
Family, pillow; Mr. and Mrs. Kemball, cross; Brother and Nephew,
spray; Mrs. Kelsey and Mrs. J. T.
Downey, spray; Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Owen and family, wreath; Fellow
Employees at Crows Nest Lumber
Co., broken wheel; Mr. and Mrs. O
B. Willis, spray; Mr. und Mrs Alex
Hurry, sprny; Mr and Mrs. 0. Ood.
delis, spray; Mr, and Mrs. F,. Pass-
more, spray,
This famous household
cleaner nnd disinfectant
is now made in Crystal
Flakes instead of pow.
der. lt is the best household lye on the market.
Use it for cleaning
nnd disinfecting sinks,
closets, drains, etc.;
destroying vermin;
softening water; mak>
ingsonp;clctming floors,
greasy pots und puns,
etc.; removing paint,
etc.
Avoid interior and dun.
gerotis substitutes, Get
the genuine article in
cans us reproduced below,
J
ilio meetings of tha grand Rebekali
ntwenYbly as n delegate from Maple
Leal Reliekah Lodge, having loft on
Wednesday's train, nnd Mr. Sam Ryes loaves on Saturday to attend the
grand lodge meetings, leaving on Saturday.
TWENTY  YEAKS AGO
Extracts from Tlie Cranbrook
Herald of thin date, mid;..
It. P. Moffat! and son Stanley left
irly tills week for the Coast, where
specialist medical advice will he taken advantage of (or the latter. While
there Mi1. Moffat I Will attend the ses-
lons of the grand lodge, I. O. o. R, at
New Westminster, and also of the
Grand Encampment as a local delegate.     Mrs. J. McColtum will attend
Juh. Bennett, of Falrview, Nelson,
who only recently went to Wycliffe to
work, suffered a serious accident on
Sunday, from which lie will be laid
un for many months. A logging train
on which he was riding struck a tree
on the track In going round a curve,
derailing two or three cars. The victim of the nitshafi was thrown under
ono of the cars, und suffered n bad
compound fracture and other injuries, Ho was given relief us soon as
possible by Dr. Green, who was summoned, and later brought to the hospital, where he Is now lying.
The legislature lias prorogued ofter
a .silting or twenty-eight days, and
mi election is to take place in November, It Iiuh heen decided.
P. 0. Simpson and B. K- Benttlo
are on a visit to the coast for a short
time. They are delegates to the Odd
Fellows Grand Lodge meetings.
Fire last Sunday morning destroyed
about a hundred und fifty feet of the
big trestle ut Kootenay Landing. He-
pairs un- to i'e effected Immediately.
Engineer J. Sarvis, one of tlie well
known Crow line engineers will make
Ills homo tu ihis city shortly.
A post, office has been established at
llyan, eome few miles west of this
city at the site of the big lumber mill,
WHIST DKIVK AND
DANCE GIVEN BY THE
I.. A.TOTHEH.OI' j{. T.
On Wednesday evening the whist
drive mid dance given by the L A. to
the B. or it. T. at the Parish Hall,
was not ns largely attended as it
might have been, due to tho raft that
the C. P. H. is not allowing much
time for pleasure these days, most of
tho men being out on the road some
time during the week. However,
those who did attend enjoyed themselves to the full.
Tho winners at the whist tabled
which occupied the early part of the
evening were as follows: Ladles' first
Miss Kathleen Dallas; gentlemen'*
first, Mr. Harper; Consolation, ladies, Mrs. Cassldy; Consolation, geiv
tlemen'a it. MoBurney.
Robinson's orchestra provided the
music for the dunce which followed
the whist , and this also wu much
enjoyed. About 2 a.m. the "Home
Sweet Home" waltz wns played.
Refreshments *vere served at mid
night.
 !£™
^..'itB^ctOTunagi^gviif
„BIBLE THOUGHT
—FOR T0DAY-
Stitiu'ilny, June l)
TRIED AND PROVED:—As for
(toil, his way Is perfect; tlie word of
llio Lord la tried: lio Is u bucklor to
ill lliem Unit Irnst in him.—2 Sam.
92:81,
.     4      *      *
Sunday, ,1II IIP 111
THE BEAUTY OP HOLINESS:—
Give unto tlio Lord tlio glory due unto
ills muni': bring mi offering, und come
before
beauty
10:20,
Itn: worship tlio Lord In tho
or   holiness.—1    Chronicles
.Hominy, June II
REVERE THE CREATOR:—Tliou
art worthy, O Lord, lo receive glory
nml honor uml power: for thou hosl
(■routed ull things, unit for thy pleasure thoy ore uml wore created.—Revelations 1:11.
Notice to all Ex-Service Men
THK ANNUAL CONVENTION OP THE G/U'V.A.
will be held in Vancouver, July 3rd to 7tli, also the big
He-Union of all Ex-Service men.
Special railway rates will.be available. Ask the
Secretary of the G.W.V.A. for particulars.
A Special General Meeting and Smoker will be
held in the Club Rooms on Saturday, June 16lh, at S.00
p.m.     Read this twice and don't forget It.
BUSINESS:   Election of Delegate to Convention.
The r>4lh Battalion Re-Union will be held at Pernie on Saturday. June 9th. All those who intend going
are asked to Inform the Steward at the G.W.V.A.
AUDITORIUM
Friday June 15th
8 §»IIgME
Watch for the Street Parade    15 Vaudeville Acts
Seals mi Sale al CRANBROOK liltl'U ii HOOK CO. STOKE,
Opens Wednesday,  June l.'llh, at 10 11.111.
PRICES . «1.05, #1.10 anil 86c
TUX   INCLUDED
READ THIS
FOB THK LAST SEVENTY VKABS
Singer Sewing Machines
Have taken all the Gold Medals In the Country.      Why
pay more money for a machine that can't get a place at
any fair?
SINHEKN are sold for $90.00 and up on payments of $3.00
a Month.
We also have some Good Buys in Second Ilnnd Singers on
$5.00 a month payments.    Also Machines to Rent.
	
  	
SINGER^ STORE
II ONE DO PHONE
90 J
Tui'sdny, .lime 1:1 i
WHAT Him WILL DO;—He will
swallow un death In victory: und tlio I
Lord Qod will wine away luurs I'roni
«IT all rucos; t ml lhe roliiike ot his
lioople shall lie lake away trom oft all
Ihe earth: tor the Lord hath Bnoken
it.   Isaiah 26:8.
....
Wednesday, June l.'i
ASK   WHAT    VK    WILL:—If    ye
abide In me, and my words nhhlo in
you, ye shall ask what yo will, ami it
siiuii bo done unto you.—John 13:7.
....
Thursday, June II
CIVi: COIl THE II EST:—Honor the
Lord with thy Biibslnnco, and with the
CANADIAN
Pacific
of ull  thine  increase.-
... *
Friday, .lime 1,',
HAVE FAITH IN GOD:—Anil JK-
sits sold unto him, (lo thy way; thy
faith hath made thee whole. Ami Immediately lo. rocolved his sight, nnd
followed Jesus in tlio way.—Mark
10:">2.
I IIAMIHIIOh THAU TIMIS
Ml II? IIAII.Y—To Nelson, V'ancouvor,
Spokane oic. Arrive 12.1(1 p.m. leave
12.20 p.m.
Ml. 118 DAILY—To Penile, l.oililnldee,
Medicine Hut, Gal&ry, etc. Arrive
4.10 p.m.; leuvo 4.20 p.m.
Cninlirook, Wycliffe, Kinilierley  Ser.
.lee:
Xo. 828—Leave 7.0.1 u.m. Mi. 821—Arrive 2.10 ii.in.
Crauhrook, Luke Windermere and
(■olden Service
Monday and Thursday, each week
—Ml. SSI, leave 9 a.m. Wednesday
and Saturday—XO. 888 arrive 8.80 p.in.
B. A. Moorhouso left on Monday
morning for Kootenay Central points
where he lues several surveying contracts lo attend to.
ANNOUNCEMENT
DALE'S
BAKERY
Have Opened Their
Ice
Cream
Parlor
Drop  In  And  Try  Some
DELICIOUS ICE CREAM
or a IIMNK from the
F 0 li X T A I N
For further particulars apply to any
ticket agent
J. E.  PROCTOR,
District Passenger Agent, Calgary.
Cranbrook Cottage Hospital
(Licensed by Prov. Govt.)
Maternity sad General Nursing
Terms Moderate
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THE  CRANBROOK   HERALD
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C  U N A R  D
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CANADIAN SERVICE
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FRAME'S BREAD
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His Pies, Cakes and Pastry  can  not  be  beaten.
THE ROUE BAKERY
Fhons 87      •      Norburj Ave.
CRANBROOK CLEANERS
ANDJYERS
Every Osrmsnt sent to us to be
Cleaned or Dyed Is given
Our Utmost Cars.
Our knowledge ot ths business
ts your assurance of satisfaction
here.   Phone, and we will call,
or brluf us your work.
Wo Clean and Dy* Everything.
PHONE it;
GEORGE E. BOWER
L.R.A.M., A.R.C.M.,
Musical Director
Cranbrook Musical Society
Teacher ot Singing, Violin and
Piano
Preparation tor Musical Examinations
tli AKMSTKOMi ATK.
I'linne 508 rranhrnok, B.C.
NEW STAR STUDIO
H. ll A It A, Photographer
Portrait* A Amateur HtiMiliii;
Hone by Expert Photographer
— PROOFS FURNISIIKO —
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Studlot HAKKH 8THKKT,
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Tlio uld reliable remedy for rheu-
mutism, ncutulyin, sure throat and
spiaina.
Best Liniment Made
Mii.A.lv..AUNimv,KDMONTON,wrilt-ii:-
tlie doctor cull til a
luiilipruiiicd ankle, ami
told ine I itniil not walk
onUforthroeweelis. I
cot MINARD'S I.INI-
MKNTaiidlnalxi.nyH I
waa out to work nuiiln,
Mlifnk.lt the best l.ini-
tut-Ut made."
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alwaya gives amis-
faction. Fur any
acha or pain, It
III vea Instant relief.
MInard's Liniment
Co., l.lmU.d
Ysnwatk,   . ■   N.s.
AHEM1. I  DID
IT    BY
AUTOSUGGESTION
/WELL -EC- HE WAS RIPINfa
ALOAJO IN   HIS     AUTO -
ANP    I   STOPPED  HIM
^ANP  SU6GESTEP HE
E   ME HOME-
MOM E
WABITT
A.OuSENT
THIS ONE-
"WYLITnE
Bcrr insists
UPON
Stamping
on his
hands' anp
heap when
VlilTORl"
COA-\E TO
OUC HOUS'E"
"<Ol/ SENB
Uf ONE'.
WASA NOTES
Ponatilernblo rivalry gxIbIs between
twit oi tlio ohl-tlmere ot tub* illslrlol
us to th.' prabuhlo low ami lilgli water
for Lite coining "froaliot" nr the Koot-
nny I'lvi'i', which itiny booh inalorlril-
bo.    Motor Jeffrey I'iniii'iitiM tor low
water wlillo Harry Pnh' another plon-
t-r the community pins Ills Faith nn
high.    Kowovor, Mr. Jeffrey, who |h
u    entliuslaBtla   Ibollevor    In    IiIb
wn way iis.a vvootlior forowisler ami
prophet concedes Hun ho may lose out
ibis lime.
Mr. Joo Retdy, Mr. Jnn. McClary
ml Fred Weller, ull formerly lu tlio
service ot tho Lovering Lumber Go.,
eft for Crnnbrook on Wednesday last
for other fields of endeavor.
Fletcher McDonald bun joined forces
wiih tlie kitchen staff at the Loverhfg
camps as kitchen mechanic.
Jack McDonald has resumed Ids position us cook for tho boys at the
Lovering camps.
Mr. Jack Taylor, foreman of woods
spent tho week-end ut his home in
Cranbrook.
Mr. Eddie Bickford nnd Mr. Curley
Daly of the Lovering camps, were visitors to the burg on Sunday.
Mr. Peter Jeffrey and Stewart Jeffrey were out on a prospecting trip on
Sunday. While in the foothills tliey
on countered a black hear. The animal gave no signs of battle, so Peter
decided to let good enough alone. The
bear was headed for tlie higher altitudes and Peter and Stewart returned
to crimp.
Mr. Jordan, tho logging contractor,
In nn Occasional visitor io Witna, in
the iuteresls of his business.
The Kootenay Lumber f'o., have be
gun llio sawing ot lumber. The mill
in in full operation and Is one of the
best equipped mills in tiie northwest —
for 1 ho capacity considered. A line
iron of virgin timber lies tributary to
ihe plant, which will be manufactured
anil transferred to the Kootenay Central railway for shipment 10 the markets. .
Ed die Bickford, formerly stable boss
at Lovering'a camp has taken np his
)ld Job as "cross haul" teamster for
bo same outfit.
Bert PonkUn wa
few days ago.
Wiisn visitor a
Billy Floyd, ll is Bald, has enlisted
his services with tho Kootenny Lumber Co., on Wolf Creek.
Harry Munroe, ot the Holol Warn,
motorod to Leask it Boyttr'a camp on
Monday.
Tummy linllowny, engineer and all
'round forest worker, spenl a tew
days at the Hotel Wasa.
Mr. Harry Ilnrr has a crew of men
on the motor I nick road leading from
Iho Lovering mill to lhe forest operations 'of ihe company.   Considerable
surfacing and gravelling is lining done
tc put tho road In good condition for
the hauling of logs.
Paddy Lundy, who lias spent some
lime lu recreation on Wolf Creek passed through here on his way to Pump
six or the C. N. P. Lbr. Co., at ttan-
klli spur, 011 Monday.
Jack McDonald was a business caller on friends at Wasn on Monday.
Peter Sniidvlllc, better known as
Sandhill Pete," by virtuu of his long
and varied experience on the "Great
Sand Dunes" of west Michigan, where
began Ids boyhood days ln the
pine forests as a woodsman soon after
I taring his old home In Quebec. Mr.
S'lndvlllo. although advanced in years
it, (still liulo und vigorous and few of
the so-called rough and tumble scrappers of to-day care to intermingle
with the burly Frenchman. At present
he is stable boss at the Lovering camp
uoai Wasa.
Peter Jeffrey and bis partner, and
nephew Stewart, havo resumed tho
cutting of logs for the Lovering Co.
Some little timber remains to he cut
to complete the standing timber tliat
remains belonging to the company 'n
Ihis vicinity.
Robert McBean has returned to ttv
service of the Lovering ilniupnny nfter
d period of recreation on Wolf Creek
Mr. McBean is an ex-service man wh >
was witli the allied forces In Russia
nn ma; the gient war
Bill Elgy or "Wild Bill" as he !•
.011111.only known is engaged In load
in,* trucks at the company's camp
.■.■i some time past, and previous 1
c.T.'ing I 0 the Crnnbrook dlstri't
Mr. Elgy was engaged in farming on
the prairie, but crop conditions
proving unfavorable he returned to
the timber nreas where the crop Is
ready to lie harvested without any
risk to thoso who are willing and
ready to work.
IN MAI. REPORT
is mucin dm:
r. Peter Jeffrey says thai the crop
Ml Ions of lhe Kootenay valley bid
(0 eclipse all previous years as to
production.      However,    Peter.
has Spenl the greater part of his
in the fore-its of the Dominion,
s that be In eapnble of better re-
s In the forests than on the farm,
sequentiy, his close adherence to
lUnAor activities. The farm he
i "Is a good place to come from
B poor place to go to."
1 Qood progress is being made with
I tho hauling  of  logs  by motor truck
at Wasa.   At present only two trucks
are operated by the Lovering people.
Ihut ns soon as conditions Will permit
three or four more trucks will be put
Into service.
I Calgary. Alberta.—Calgary's prea-
ienl popnlntien ts 70.000, according to
the estimate ot City Clerk .1. M. Miller, who bases his ngurea on tbe wo.
Iterworks services now iii use.
toCleah
Just use soap and hot water to clean
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and so pure. As smooth as china
and as strong as steel. And no metal
touches the food.   Be sure you get
SMP<WVWARE
'Hirer finishes'. Pearl Ware, two coals of pearly grey entmel
inside and out. Diamond Ware, three coats, light blue and
white outside, white lining; Crystal Ware, three coats, pure
white inside and out. with Royal blue edging.
Ths Shsst M.t.l Products Co. timiM*
TORONTO
V.nc.uv..
winiiipn
C.lg.ry
DELANY & SINCLAIR
NOI.K AGENTS FOR
SMP   WARE   IN   CRANBROOK
FhtuSi
84
(Continued from Page One)
recommend to Lhe in-coming Council
thut it appoint one or more active
lively committeea to cope witli tha influx of visitors who will be witli us
on that day.
Your efforts iu connection with adding a dairying adjnet tu the Dominion government experimental stiuioa
at lnvermere have been successful.
This branch of their work lu going to
be greatly developed
Iu lhe matter of opening up or Improving Important trails there still
remains much to he done. No reply
has been received by the board to the
enquiry us to what the government,
proposes doing relative to repairs to
the Toby Creek trail. We would recommend that the ln-coming council
tuke this up at once.
Your council handed over to the
Ijik© Wiudermere Creamery, Limited.,
the questloiialie sent to us by the
president of the associated Boards of
Trade ot British Columbia. They in
their tarn have handled their onerous
work ln a most ublo manner und your
council would request that a hearty
vote of thanks lie passed in their favor
for the able manner in which these
directors have dealt witli the subject.
Looking to the immediate future, it
is of primary importance thnt tlie
main trunk road between the Windermere district and the south should be
put Into first class condition, In order
to take cure of (lie greal amount of
traffic which Is bound lo pass over it
In connection with travel on the
Banff-Windermere motor highway
Your council understand that contracts have been let by the provincial
government in this respect but wo
have misgivings Unit the work may
not he completed in time and this Is
another recommendation that it would
make to the in-coming council, that
tt take up tbo subject with the district engineer and endeavour to obtain
again his full assurance that this most
Important work will be pushed along.
In regard to the general development of the district the Board of
Trade notes with approbation: —
1.—The establishment of a creamery, jam factory and general storage
facilities. We look forward to this
materially helping the pursuit of agriculture throughout tho district.
2.—The building of au agricultural
hall nnd tlie redevelopment of the
race track.
3 _The erection, by the Canadian
Pacific railway of a rustic station at
Ijike Windermere, similar in its character to those ut the tourist summer
resorts of Banff aud Lake Louise.
This is a marked improvement aud a
further evidence of tliat corporation's
■onlldence In our district.
4.—The continued mining development and Industry of the district.
During the past year tlio Paradise
min» shipped out about 800 tone of
ore; the Isaac 30 tone aud tbo Nip
and Tuck the same quantity. We sincerely hope, trust and believe that the
nmlng year will show further development In this line.
5.—The advent of the moving picture artists into this part and the consequent prosperity which followed as
u result of their visit at a time when
things would or might otherwise hnve
been quiescent. In this connection
tbe council recommend the Board tn
keep In touch with moving picture
companies nnd encourage them to
nmo In, and enrry nn this lucrative
business.
fl.—As a result of lhe efforls of
your Board a dental clinic was carried
through the schools. The work so far
Is only In (he Initial stage hul ROOd
results can be expected, The carrying on of a Better Baby Contest ol the
annual fair Is a feature along iho
Mine lines the promoters of which aro
tn be much commended.
In conclusion ynur council would
like In any and lo emphuslze that nt
nn lime iu tho hlstnry nf tbe Cnlnmbln-
Kootonay valley Is it or has it been
more essential to hove a good live
active Board of Trade (ban right now.
In order tn bring about united action
by tho various (owns for lhe development of tho district ns u whole. This
Ihe council feel can only be accorn-
pllished by united yet individual effort
and tho getting together of n strong
membership. Ynur council would
therefore urge that each member of
tho board should give the secretary
Ills personal assistance In securing
additional members. In tlie resulting
Increased prosperity of Ibo district
each member will thereby recoup himself for his membership fee and his
labor many timet* over fn Increased
business generally and In tho Increased employment    mulling   from the
BRIER
MeJcte'Mt
Some folk.**   thinic   a
Photogcaph   ooe<-iW'T LOCK*
LIK-E  TMEW   UNLESS   IT
PUTTERS    THEM-
UKOHWA MINSTltKI.S
HAVE BIG REPUTATION
TO MAINTAIN
Minstrels may come and go but the
Famous Georgia Minstrels seem to go
on forever. For the past thirty years
this organization bos been recognized
ns one of the leading road attractions.
It lias a following equalled by none
but.   envied   liy   many.     While   other
minstrel BllOWs are clamoring for talent, this company baa no trouble in
securing tiie pick of the profession,
lis financial standing is at Strong as
the rock of Olbraltar, and Its methods
as near perfection as experience can
make them, so the ambitious performer makes every effort to be counted
among its roster.
They will be at the* Audiioriutn on
Friday, June 16th,
The Wiiimin In night
Wife: "George,   where   have   you
been?"
Qeorge:   "Gunning,  m'  dear, gunning."
Wife: "Gunning for what?"
George:   "Shooting crap — yep —
shoot iiie. crup.
Wife: "George, you must stop
shooting craps. Tlie poor little things
have as much right as you to live."
• *   •   •
Summer Sports
I.owing a oat on a hot day.
Touring to fix blowouts.
Keeping aula out of a cake at n
picnic.
• •   •   •
Joke's tin You, Mil
"Well Ma," said Hiram. "I got two
good harvest hands hired already.
"Well, well.'' said Ma, much anr
prised, "Wlmi's their names?"
"Right and left," answered Hiram
laughing.
• •   *   •
Han't Fumble Thi*
She dropped her gloves,
He raised his lid:
He picked them up
With "Oh you kid!"
He smiled at her.
"How dare you, sir?"
Excuse me, miss,
"It's just like this—
I mean! the glove."
• •   •   •
(■rent Ideal
We are by no means un efficiency
expert, but quhe often, without effort
our minds do nothing also and we
think of great schemes. Now we have
one that will more than double the
work of fat male employees. We
suggest a rule be established making
fat ones wear suspenders—then tlie;
will tie able to work with both hands
• •   *   •
Lucky Yi'girs
Two yeggs held up and tried lo rob
n Scotchman. It was a hard light but
after the lanky Scotchman had licked
them both, he gave one of them a
shovo with his foot and isld betw
breaths—"Wool—it's a guid thing I
only had a nlckte with me. If I bad
bud a dime I would lia'e killed ye."
UNLESS you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you
are not getting Aspirin at all
FIVE HOMERUNS
Pet* Schneider, of the Vernon
Const League team set a new pro
record when he slammed out five
home runs Io sli Hum at bat last
week. The foraier rtcor* wu aiada
by BoMr Lew* tjt
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Aspirin," which contains directions and dose worked out by
physicians during 22 years and proved safe by millions for
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Toothache        Neuralgia Neuritis
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Aiplrln 1* tl." irniV murk (ivflitmd In Caoftd*) of Havr Ha-rafa tsi    nf H
aceilcaclduter <>t BalloyHcadd.    While it !• w.a known it-at Atplrtn mrana B*T*r
manufacture, to a«f)i: th.> public atraimt imitation*, tho TaMata ••'. Bam C -npany
will  l.e ttutni'td Mllh their ttiivral trade mark, tb* "taytf Crass "
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any sign of digestive "unrest" should
impel you to seek the aid of a reliable
medicine without delay. There is no
better—no surer—no safer—than thil
proven remedy.
Beecham's
Sold
everywhere
in boxes
Pills
eeetetermteeem**
DANCE ORCHESTRA
For Dates Apply
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Phone 374
Cranbrook B.C.
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THE  CRANBROOK   HKRALD
Friday, June Sth. 1923
V*
metbodist Church
KEV. B. C. FREEMAN, l'ustor
SUNDAY, JUNE 10th
"Whoever walks a (uflong without sympathy, walks io his own funeral, dressed in his shroud."—Walt   Whitman.
ll a.m.—"Jesus' Standard of Conduct."
12.15 SUNDAY SCHOOL    and Adult Bible Class.
7.30 ii.m. MEMORIAL SERVICE of the B. of L. F. & E-,
B. of L. E., 0. R. C. and B. 11. C.
Subject: "The Church and the Working Man— for *
a Better Understanding.*'
— YOU WILL RECEIVE A CORDIAL WELCOME. -
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
Phone HID r-0. Box Ml
B. A. M00RH0USE
A.M.K.I.C & U.C.L.B.
PHOT. LAND SI ItVKKIlt
Cranbrook     •      •      .B.C.
DR. W. A.FK RGI.E
DENTIST
Campbell-Manning Block
l'houe »;.    (Mice Hour.
t to lt, 1 to 6 p.m.  Hats.
HE   l
Mock  (
mi       J
Drs. Green & MacKinnon
I'lijslcIuiH uml Surgeons
Office ut  residence, Armstroug
Avenue
OFFICE  HOURS
Afternoons   2.00 to 4.00
EvenlngB   7.30 to 8.30
Sundays   2.00 to 4.00
CRANBROOK, B.C.
DR. F. B. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE HOURS
9 to 12 a.m.     1 to 0 p.m.
Hanson Blk., CRANBROOK, B.C.
F.H.MACFHERSON
Undertaker
Phone M0
Kortarj Ave, nut to City Hall
FKHXH: WEDIhNG OF
INTEREST TO MANY
CRANBROOK PEOPLE
REPORT OF CENTRAL
SCHOOL (LASSES FOR
MONTH OF MAV
A wedding took place ut Fernie lust
week ot considerable Interest to a
number of Cranbrook people, when
Miss Dora Rlzutto. daughter uf Mr.
and Mrs. A. Rlzutto, well known residents of the coal city, was united in
marriage to Mr. Angelo Petovello,
also of Fernie. Hev. Father Kennedy
officiated.
Among the wedding gifts received
were a number from Crnnbrook tr leu iis
of the contracting couple, Including
the following: Mr. and Mrs. Proven-
zi.no, cut glass pitcher and glasses;
Mr. Joe Falvo, alive? (en and table
spoons; Mr. aud Mrs. J. Marapodl,
eilver tea set with glass bottom tray.
IOD4JKS AND SOCIETIES
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meets  ln  the
A     f& G.W.V.A.  Hall
^t A*      afternoon ot the
X^^BkT      fr" Tueeday
f      l!    ' »■"•
'mne^sVV*    AU ladt.s sre
cordially Invited
Preildeoti   Mrs. F. Constantino.
Sec.-Trsaiiireri  Mri. 8. Taylor.
i. o. o. r.
KEY CITS LODGE, No. 41
i'MCI I" Meets svsir
MJCnKVondsT night st
HfiKK«Tb< Auditorium
Sojourning Odd Fellows aro cordially Invited.
N.O.      -      -      E. G. Dtngley
Rso. Sec.    -    -    W. C. Adlard
f 1
Fresh Milk & Whipping Cream
20c. HALF PINT
It not satisfied will return tbo
money.
COODDEHIS    •    -    Sub Tel
v J
(Continued trom Page Ono)
George George 66, JOBepll Oonost 63.8,
TliomuB Boytor 48.8.
.Number Unrolled ii. Perfect Attendance M
B. (HliSON, Teacher.
UAL ELEVEN
DIVISION VII.
class Standing.—Margaret Mender-
sou 88, Wlnnltrcd Motjuald 80.2,
Margaret LUBCombo 76, Hoy
Llnnell 00, Jolui McKay 07.2, Marlon
Cuthborl 07 Mary Macdonald 00.7,
Josephine Maranoill <:o, Barbara Beale
os, Marian tilli 04.2, Wilfred Pocook
02.7, Bverard l.ewlH 02.2, Archie Leltch
62, Alec De.ls.lel 00.6, Margaret John,
sfon 00, May nussell 60.6, Ruth Bond
and William Harrison 59.6, Kathleen
Eilmoililsoil 60. Margaret Pun-ell 56.2,
Annie Hu.rbinson 62.7. Pauline Bowness 52.2 James Brookes 51.5, Ellsworth Ryan 49.2, Lillian Dale 51,
Ernest Kennedy 47.6, Joan Nlblock
47.2, Stanley Porter 37.2,
- - 'A. SUTHERLAND, Teacher.
DIVISION VIII.
Junior Third Reader. — Arthur
Lodge, Harold White, Eddie Leonard,
Vivian Kemp, Donald Macdonald, Ber-
lio Pelton, James Dixon, Helmei
Brlckson, Robena Miller, Elva Turner,
Jean Rutledge, Josephine Dcmichel
Hazel Rowley, Ruth Panning, Leonard
Stewart, Patrick Harrison, Pauline
Wise, Phyllis Jeffrey, Jim Atchison,
Horace Mullin. Ruth McKowan, Mike
Pros!, Alberta Jones. Reginald Shaw,
Bertram McLean. Raymond Luscombe,
Muriel Collings,. William Price,
Wright Speers, Marshall MacPherson,
Prank Campbell.
Absent for the whole or part of the
May exams.
Bon'Walkley, Hazel Clapp, Nancy
McCrlndle, .Winnie Steward, Richard
Bait Quan,'Hilda Robinson .Madeline
Wise.  *"•   •'■
Number enrolled, 41, Perfect Attendance 15. (
P.' K Cf. C. Ma'cDONALD, Teacher.
DIVISION IX
Number enrolled, 49.
Olive Norgrove ant] Margaret Cullen.
equal, Dorothy Plett, Lucy Andrews:
Mary Roberts, Beverly Collier, Dong
Yun, Edwin Haley, Rusk Randall,
Mali Ken. Lily Matson, Willie Cullen,
Chow Nam. Eunice Moore, Edna Box
tor, Helen (lllroy. Gordon Dezall and
Mary Fyfe, equal, Phyllis Home, Hllla
Polio aud Willie Stevely, equal, Lily
Poho, Cyril Harrison. Leona Small
Betty Genest, Geno Blgattini, Edna
Taylor, Edna Collier, Mary Lamont,
Evoinie Williams, Jessie South, Florence Johnston, Sadie Gibbs, Allen Pat-
more, Jessie Cassldy, Elliot Harris,
Allen Downey, Gladys Burton, Norman
Blaine, Frank McClure, Mary Pritch-
tird, Harry Walkley, Florence Steward,
Robert Macgregor, Harvey Molr.
Absent for exams.—Marie Collins,
Donald Bartend, .Thomas Davtes, Donald CanJSron.
M. L. BAXTER, Teacher.
DIVISION X.
Class A.—-Eileen Moore, Kenneth
Haynes Robert Bell, Stanley Helse,
Donalua Walker, Georglna'Cox, Klchl
Maigawa. Rattle Koznt-k, Chester
Smith, (ienrge'Langton, Joe Ward,
Jack Roberts, Barbara Patton, Edith
Faulkner. Angelo. Pi-ovcnznno, Esther
Leonard. Grace Sternburg, Dorl» Haley, Jack Parkin. Joe Wong, Hannes
Poho, Donald GUI, Cecil Morrison,
Thomas Miller. Annie Frost, Harold
Porlor, Joe Welsh. Kathleen Haynes,
Myrtle    Stewart.    Gladys    Ratcllffe,
Baptist Churct)
PASTOR W.  T. TAPSCOTT
Sumliu, June 10th
11 a.m.—Morning Service.
"DIVINE INTIMACY."
12.00
Noou
Sunday
chool
7.30 p.m.—Evening Service.
"LIFE ABUNDANT."
Prayer Meeting Thursday
Vtll' ARK
HEARTILY INVITED
TO WORSHIP WITH I'M
ERNEST E. KING,
Acting  Pastor.
L. D. Cafe
(Little Davenport)
When you with something good
to eat go to the "L.D."
Ol'B    PRICM    AU    BIGHT
Cheese
Drops
H. C. LONG
fashionable Ladles' and Genu*
Merchant Tailor.
Chlnaao Fancy Gooda and Silk.
Tu Etna St, Graibrooh
Phono 411 P.O. Box 447
Montana Restaurant
Heals at All Hoars
Clfiri, Cigarette and Cnndles
Cranbrook SL     -     Phono 801
Opp. Bank of Commerce
Mi*b; Huron sends this recipe,
whit.li she'sirya wo gave her se-
voral years ago. We are glad
to gel It for our own card wob
lost. Dent two eggs slightly
nnd add one quarter cup or
Pacific Milk. Pour this gradually Into one cup of sifted flour
with oui- teaspoon of salt, Put
u col lander over boiling water
ami. I'ut.'e the mixture through
with a potato masher. As soon
iis tlie buttons come to the top
of tlie water, skim them off and
sprlnklo with salted, grated
cheese, Put them ln the oven
 five minutes and serve.
Pacific Milk Co., Ltd
llead OBea, TUMirar, ML
fa-rteriaa at AMatattrl ni
Leonard Porter, Faith Ryan, Robert
Cox.
('lass I).—Kathleen Harvey, John
Nlblock, Irma Taylor, Ethel Lewis, Al-
liiu Erlckion, Byron Kemp. Pearl
Walkley, Robert White, Hunter Mc-
I'luru, Pearl Steward, Bernard Nib-
lock, Robert j-iiiscombe.
Number enrolled 45, Perfect Attendance 22.
ELLEN B. PATERSON, Teacher.
DIVISION XI.
Order of Merit
Number enrolled 4fl, Perfect Attendance 18. First Primer.
Henry McMurrln, Louise Bridges,
Agues Gray, Steve Romannlk, James
Adams, Ruth Lumly, Aina Polio, William McLeod, Sam McCreery, Mar-
geurlte Morro, Phyllis Macdonald,
Bornice Coleman, Frank Jones, Her-
rick Owen, Glen Bowness, Raymond
Burgess, William Ban Quan, Adolphus
Burton, Gladys DeWolf, Kenneth
Lamphler, Jessie Magnet, George
Faulkner, Clifford Lamphior, Claude
Jordan,
Absent — Muriel Little, Margaret
Smith.
2nd Primer—Charlie Wilson, Edith
Johnson, Roberta Collins, Edward Irwin, Elliot Dale, Stanley Williams.
Chow Way, Betty Brown, Barrle Hill.
Frances Slye, Cyril George, Mabel Atkinson, Marjorie Keyes, May Harvey
and James Macdonald, equal; William
White, Allan MacPherson, Marie Row-
ell, Stanley Whittaker, Patricia Parker, Sheila Hennessy.
Absent for examinations. — Edward
Romanuik, Tony Naso.
S. V. McCALLUM, Teacher.
DIVISION XII.
Number enrolled 41. Perfect Attendance 14.
Barbara Mulrhead, Graham Patton.
Archie Roberts, Mary Romanuick, Helen Spreull, Donald Vance, Mllea Beale
Dorothy Coleman. Doris Dingley,
Florence Macdonald, Mah Len Gee,
Mah Kwong Veun, JameB Thompson,
Lily White.
L. C. HENDERSON, Teacher.
GIL TWELVE
DIVISION XIII.
Intermediate tirade
A Class, Second Term, Junior 3rd—
Annie Moore 72.7 Kathleen Worthington 65, James Huchcroft 61.1, Garnet Bluine 55, Gerald  Eye 54, Jean
MacDonald 53.3, Bobby Mulrhead 53
Mary D'Honte   50,   Alex Dargie 48.6,
Lloyd BurgesB 48.5, Walter Agland 48,
Vincent LJunqulst 47.6, Lillian Web
ster 44.5, Walter Barrett 44.3, Mervllle
Crawford 42.3, Jack Parker 41.3. Alice
Harper 40, Ale"- Williams 40, Donald
Mackenzie 39.8, Oraydon  Richardson
39, June Collins 36.6, David Harvey 35,
Harry Christian 33.3, Andrew D'Honte
31.6, May Strachan 111 during exams,
B Class, First Term, Junior 3rd—
Claude Miller 54, Margaret Malone
45.1, Maurice Godderls 42.8. Eugene
Kennedy 42, Donald Melnnls 37.3, Willie McCoy 32.5, Joe Walkley 32, Gene
Ingbnm28.1. Kathleen Nlsbet 2S.1.
RUTH E. TURNER, Teacher.
DIVISION XIV.
In Order Of Merit
Junior Second. — Norah Simpson,
Herbert Potter, Evelyn Holdener nnd
Theo Laurie, equal; Hilda Willis and
Carl Mullin, equal; Harvey Blrco, Bu-
aye Futa, and Kathleen MacDonald,
equal; Godfrey Helmslng, Joyce Campbell and Owen Haley, equal; Christine
Willlnmft, Jessie McKay and George
Repka, equal; James Halcrow. Robert
Stevely and Elizabeth Stewart, equal;
Jack Pnttlnson, Andrew Stewart, Ellen
Steward, Billy Whiting, Richard Slye,
Edna Shaw, Edith Wulker and Henry
Umbo, equal; Margaret Rutledge,
Margaret Leltch, James Lunn, Dorothy
MacDonald, Billy Burton. Gordon
Speers, Harry Johnson, Lizzie God-
deri», Edgar Offln, Margeurlte Walk-
ley, Hilda Smith.
First Reader. — Florence Jordan,
Carrie Spence, Hurold George, Cameron MacDonald, Joseph Ban Quan.
Mary Lee.
Absent for exams.— Jane Nisbet.
AILBEN MCCARTHY, Teacher.
Part of the Job
Gossip: "I hear she accepted a ring
from a man she didn't even know."
Killjoy: "Sure—she is a telephone
operator."
•   *   •   •
Cooking the rook's Goose
Man (hiring cook): "Well, why did
you leavo your lost place?"
Cook Applicant: '"Cause tbe husband quarrelled so with his wife."
Man: "What did they quarrel
about?"
Cook Applicant: "About th* way
tha meala wa* monad."
i irst aud exclusive picture of the scene nt Cleveland, South Carolina, where W perished when a kerosene lamp exploded at n school
house amateur piny. Whole families lost their lives and everv family
In the community suffered loss of life. Outside wooden stairs collapsed
when the rush for safety was made.
ItAYNKS LAKE AND
WALDO   SEWS
Tlie weather has continued wet here
ror some time and no Irrigation has
been necessary as yet.
Frank Nash and family have left
Baynes and are now residing at Lumberton.
Charles Tanner hus returned from
Kitchener and is at present working
in Fernie
Mr. Hanson, the G. N. agent, and
family aro living In the home recently
vacated by Charles Brooks.
Mr. 0. II. Brooks, who Is employed
at Half Moon, Montana, has sent for
Ids furniture, which Is ready packed
for shipment.
Mr. Parkhlll and family are leaving
Baynes for Montunn, next -Monday.
Mr. Parkhlll has disposed of his Chevrolet car.
Miss Margaret Griffith, of Jaffray,
spent the week-end With Miss Evelyn
Lea
Dr. Christie spent several days in
Cranbrook hist week.
Mrs. Pope, the Reil Cross nurse,
mado her monthly inspection of the
school children last. week.
Dr. Christie visited Baynes school
and gave tho yearly medical examination on June 5th.
Miss Margaret Blake spent the week
end with her parents In Fernie.
Mr. W. F. Adolph spent two days
here lust week but has returned to
Shelby,  Montana.
Several p!u n le* have met ored 'to
Elko this week to witness the Elk river during high water, they all declare it to be a sight wortli seeing
Mr. Iverson, the Flagstone schoolteacher wus a Baynes Lake visitor
lasi Saturday.
Catherine Hoggin has gone to Yahk,
B. 0.
Miss Janet McKay has returned to
her home at Waldo, from Montreal,
where she has been attending McGlll
college, studying music.
Mr E. Ayers, now of Wartund, Montana, spent :i few days with his wife's
parents Mr. and Mrs. H. Ross last
week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ross returned
from their hor.eymonn'last week after
having a glorious camping trip thru
tho Windermere.
Miss K. McKay, Miss R. Madden and
Mr. Derby motored lo Fernie to see
Iho "Dumbells" last week.
The river road residents of Waldo
wero feeling somewhat anxious last
Saturday on account of high water.
A few warm days now and tbe Kootenny river will force many of them to
vacate their homes for a time.
mini: adjoining itini
PREMIER TO BE GIVEN
PROPER DEVELOPMENT
Development In the Salmon and
Bear river milling camps at the head
of the Portland canal is to be more
general and widespread this year than
ever before, states C. A. Banks, superintendent for tho B. C. Silver Mining
company, which, during ilis winter
operations intersected the main Premier oro body on its property adjoining tho Premier mine.
Mr. Banks stated that the Selukwe
Gold Mining and Finance company of
London, which controls the B. C. Silver, had just raised botwen $300,000
and $400,000 to be spent iu develop-
ni' nt on tho B. C. Silver property this
season if necessary. About' 20 men
havo been working all winter nnd the
crew Is to lie doubled almost immediately. On account of the discovery
of this property Selukwe shares have
gone up in the past year from 2
shillings 6 pence to 35 shillings and
capital is pouring in he said.
Carries Oond Values
At the property a second air com
pressor is to be Installed, additional
machine drills are to be started forth,
with and it is expected to begin diamond drilling almost Immediately.
Tho whole work is confined to tho
Piemler ore zone which was intersected early this year. The intersection shewed 40 feet of quartz carrying good values, Slnco that the
development or the vein has showed
exposed ore running up to $150 per
ton.
In mining circles it is stated that
other English capital will bo introduced Into the Salmon river camp
this year, particularly on tbe Bush
property, which was recently reported as sold by Grant Mnhood to
unnamed British Interests.
Work Is Proceeding
Work is also proceeding on the Indian, which is expected to be one of
the hest prop rtles In the camp. The
Mcquaig interests of Montreal aro
backing this property generously nnd
now equipment is being Installed for
the season's work, it is stated. Tho
Big Missouri, which showed the most
interesting developments of any prop
erty in the camp last year, is already
being worked again this season and it
is understood that A. B. Trites, who
bonded it a year ago, intends sparing
no effort to develop Its full posslbili
ties.
The Bear river is also expected to
l>e the scene of n notable revival of
activity this year, which will be of
more direct benefit to Stewart even
than the Salmon river activity. Tbe
Granby company has been doing some
work there and is expected to operate
on n much larger scale during the
summer.
Vancouver, B. C— The Harbor
Board hns let a contract for tbe con:
struct Km of a railway and vehicular
trnfflc approach to the Woodward
elevator. Tlie elevator Is being built
on a waterlot on Burrard Inlet nnd
will bo ready for operation the end of
tbis year. It will hnve a capacity of
600,000 bushels, and will cost In tbe
neighborhood of $350,000.
Mrs. Florence Leeds, the woman In the case, In the sensational
Kttllman divorce suit now claims she has been "cut off" by the Millionaire and former president of the National City Bank, N. Y. She baa
no money to npport Jay Leeds, shown hero with Ut anther. Mm ass
of irtllaas   mi mUmn mm aMm
Price of a Home
Spent in Vain
Mrs. Logue States Money Failed
Tu Buy Health, But Tanlae
Restored It
."I bless the day I started the Tanlac treatment, for it completely ended
my troubles, which had kept me In
misery ever since I came here from
Scotland eleven yeurs ago," Is the
grateful statement of Mrs. Emily Lo-
gue, 129 North Park street, Hamilton,
Ontario.
"At times indigestion, gas- bloating
aud heart pulpltatlon tortured me till
1 thought il would drive me frantic.
My appetite was so poor I scarcely ate
enough to keep going, and I grew so
weak and worn out I had to let my
housework go. My bond ached till I
thought it would split, I had fearful
dizzy spells, and couldn't get a good
itlKhl'H sleep,
"1 spent enough money on medicine
to buy a home, hut nothing helped me
tilt 1 st irtcd on Tanlac, 1 now havo
a Hplondid appetite, my digestion Is
perfect, and I always feel strong and
well, ror Tanlac him built me up to
robust health and 1 will always praise
It."
Tanlae Is for sale by all good druggists, Accept no substitute. Over 37
million boltles sold.
ranhic Vegetable Pills are Nature's
own remedy for constipation. For
Bale everywhere.
ORE SHIPMENTS
RECEIVED AT
TRAIL SMELTER
Following Is a statement
celved nt the Trail   Smelt
the period May 22nd to May
Inclusive.
Name of Mlno Locality
Aamo Mill, Alamo, B. C	
Bell,   Beaverdell, B. C. 	
Knob Hill, Republic, Wash.,
Lone Pine Surprise, Last
Chance, Republic, Wash.
   Nxan dM.lX
Lightning Peak, Kdgewood,
Molly Hughes, New Denver,
Quilp, Republic, Wash., -.	
Roseberry Surprise, New
Denver, B. C	
Sidney Leasing Co., Pine
Crook, Idaho. 	
Silversmith (zinc) Sandon,
Silversmith (lead) Sandon,
Company  Mines 	
of nre re-
er during
31st, 1923
Tons
  52
  36
  Ml
  385
ptsrbe.bSo
B.C    3
B.C..   10
  206
B. C.
B.C.
Vancouver, B. C—Announcement la
made here tliat v.. A. Woodward, well
known grain dealer of Winnipeg, has
authorized the Dominion Construction
Company Ltd., to Immediately commence construction of the substructure of the proposed new grain elevator, which will have a capacity of
500,000 bushels. Upon completion the
elevator will be able to handle
cars of grain iu each 24 hours, There
will be eight loading spouts and machinery of the very latest type.
OUR ADVERTISING AXPHAB1
B:
H for  BUSIES
PeHer   '-twt/1  he
7%roujA newspaper ad
Try ii *ntf fee/
51,572,11m feet, of spruce, 18,j
feet or hemlock, 18,811,071 r>
cedar aud smuller quantities •
balsam, cottonwool), pine cypre<
dor and birch In the order men'
Dawson, V. T.— Reports ro
hero indicate tliat Keno Milieu
been producing steadily this x
und tbo estimated 8,000 tons
will be ready for shipment at
Lauding when navigation opens
cuterplllur tructor has proved '
cess In tlio silver area, live
coldest weather did not hnmp<
operation of the machines, wlllc
rled their BlXty tons per trip
weathers.
WRIGLG
Tho Greet OsneUm SwootlUG
provide, pleasant art
lor yoar teeth, a!
penetrating tbe crevl
an* cleansing them.
Then, too. It a'
digestion.
Vie WR1GLEV-8 a;
every meal —see b
raueb belter yon v
led.
Lift Off with Fine
Prince Rupert, B. C—During the
year 1922 the total cut of logs In tbe
Prince Rupert district was 102,890,070
feet, according to the report of tbe
Forest  Branch.    Tills total Included
Countw
_ milk
prepared under
Vthe most
careful conditions
to make it safe
and keep its
richness
l3onU*Ct'
ST. CHARLES MILK
*.!.,■! un. uatsi.it
•IlktCHIlLIWACKBIStl
rrt, BtciH i««-WriU
till Sarin Ck Umiut,
BVuM
u»
DomhY Hurt * Mil    Drop
'Frsssons" oa sn aching cor.
stsntlr that corn stops hurtln
•hortli 70. Ull It right off vli
Mi.   Truly!
Tour drunlii sella a tloy b
TreMon." for a f.w cuts, *i>
to raw*, at.17 bard corn, io
or oora hatwssn th. toss and
hussa, wlthoit wrsMaa or In
SUMMER HOLIDAYS
IM,AN VOiril Tllir VIA THK
Canadian Pacific Railway
NI'KliAU.Y REDUCED FARES—LOWEST IS VBAI
EXCURSIONS
EASTERN CANADA A ND UNITED STATUS
Hlllii-r AM. HAIL, or via Iho GREAT LAKES.
On Sale now, RETURN LIMIT Orl. »h{
KN.IOV .A .HEALTH (JIVING HOLIDAY AT TIM
IIUN'GALOW OAMPS
In old clothes nnd comfort.   Camps at Lake Waptu, Lake O'Hui
Yoho Valley.Emorald Lake Chalet, Moraine I.nko and Lako Wl
rtermoro.   Those C«rap» are open Juno 16th to September lSi
The Famous "TRANS-CANADA LIMITED" Is now rm
nhiir again with accelerated schedule.
Information as to fares, and every assistance In making your
plans will bo cheerfully given by any Ticket Agent of the
CANADIAN
Pacific
^ Friday, June 8th, 1023
THE  CRANBROOK  HERALD
PAGE  FIVE
KIMBERLEY
INTERESTING ITEMS CONCERNING  HAl'l'KNlNGS IN AMI ABOUT THK MINING TOWN   OF   EAST    KOOTENAY
When You Think uf Insurance
— Call Up —
BEALE & ELWELL
Hume 30      it     Cranbrook
Sole Agent* for klniViltv Tonnslte,
Dimor's Cafe
k I m ii i: it i, i: y
- ■ Open Day and NIkIiL --
Ynu will Knjny yeur llenl. ul
this ('life
Our Sorvlco Ih Prompt nnd wo
always try tn iiIimho.
IcH CREAM - SOFT DltlNKH
Light Refreshments
KI.UBKHI.KV ODDFELLOWS TO MEET IN
MORRISON'S HALL
FOR SITKIIIOK
Dry Cli'iinlni; I'ri'ssliiu
llepnlrlnit ts l.niinilri Work
Nl- F. LUELLEN
Box »7 t KMBKKI.KY .
Wo cull for and deliver goods
SatisfaclInn  Guaranteed
The Kimberley Lodge of Odd Fellows held a most successful meeting
uu Monday evening. Among other
business it was decided to lease Morrison's hull nnd to Bob-lel It io the ti.
\V. V. A. nml to the K P's. As the I. 0.
O. F. and tho Ktilghta of Pythias havo
bin rt'coiitty boon officially opened iu
Kimberley grail Interest Is being
aroused, for ovoryoiio rehillitos thnt
well organized lodges of ibis kind aro
iilwnyti u great USSOI tu it coiiiuiiiuily.
_ ..»>.„ .
m:\v b. l\ (jkommjist
OS DOMINION SI KVi:\
COWKS TO PROVINCE
Victur Dolmngo, newly appointed in
ClMrgfl of the II. ('. branch uf the Dominion Geological survey has a long
uml meritorious record as a geologist,
Hi- groduatod from tbo University or
Manitoba In 1912 nnd then spent two
years teaching hi B.C. In 1H17 be
took a doctor's degree at the Mussa-
cliussi'Is Institute of Technology, i'nl
towing which he again spout some time
in R. C, before going to Ottawa in 1020.
**>*>^^<»j-*'j»:*+*-:":":**:'**>*++*n»x»:* KM Ml IN OK PYTHIAS
KIMBERLEY
NEWS NOTES
LODGE INSTITUTED
TUESDAY LAST
****+**.!..h
Mr.  Kraut
hunt on Tiles,1
Mn
S.
**♦♦***»♦****+♦*
rather cf tho cull
■ holiday hy having
s uf Mr . Tofelt,
Mr in
Was
s: Prl
nt r-nrls
I innhi
B.C. RESTAURANT & ROOMS
Opposite Depot
Rooms by Dny or Week   IJglit liincli
Meals . Fruit . Noi't Drinks . Candy
fhrars and Tobaccos
CIIAKLIK WIN©  •  Kimberley
Club
Olean,
Cafe, Cranbrook,
comfortable,
commodious,
15tf
Jones * Doris, .Cranbrnok contrac-
rs, will te pleased to estimate on
that new building, 15
The upkeep nnd operating cosl of
the Chevrolet is less than any other
r made.
15tf KIMBE11U3Y GARAGE.
Brown's Stage leaves Kimberley
morning and afternoon for Cranbrook.
Enquire at Dimor's Cafe, 15tf
Don't Throw Away Those Old Tires
YOU ARE THROWING AWAY   HJ3AL MILEAGE,
Send them down by the Stage for our inspection.    If
they are not worth repairing, we will advise you.
We guarantee all our work and pay charges one way-
XRW and REPAIRED TIRES ALWAYS OS HAM)
Wilson's Vulcanizing Works
OPPOSITE LIQUOR STORE CRANnROOK, B.C.
Mrs, Guy Malm ffey, nfter spending n
few days with hormolbor Mrs, Hand-
ley has returned tu her homo in
Cranbrook.
Tuesday evening, -Mr. Duncan Morrison ,voa pleasantly surprised by
aboul thirty-five of his friends who
enmo to offer birthday greetings.
a dnnco, under tlu* auspices of the
Calhollc club of Kimberley will be
liven Monday June nth. ICvory-body
rnrno ami enjoj tho good oniric
'Judge" Alex Berry J.P, was sne-
I'lr.slul on his second attempt, n tearing himself away from Khuiicley. He
has taken a lease ou the Granite l'oor-
ii ii n claim near Nelson, and will spend
.1" next two months prospecting.
Mrs, Pontus Johnson, MacDottga'l
Heights, entertained a iiumber of children on Saturday afternoon In honor
ol her son James' sixth birthday..
1!o first Catholic mission e\cr hold
in Kimberley was conducted lust work
by Rev. Father Morlarty. Dflorlte the
hloleniency of tbo went tier a very
largo crowd attended regularly. Father Morlarty Is a very fluent speaker
und his instructive and impressive
sermons wero enjoyed by all present.
Father Morinrty closed the mission
on Sunday morning and left fur Creston, whore he will resume Ids missionary duties.
Tuesday evening, June 5th, marked
the grand opening uf North Star
Lodge No. 50, Court of Knights of Pythias. The mooting was held in
Hundley's ball ami was well attended.
Aboul twenty members of ihe Order
came rrom Cranbrook to assist ut the
opening, a number ot new members
were Initiated ami tlie following officers
wero elected:-*
Chancellor Commando]
Vice Commander . .
Prelai
Maaloi
K. It.
M P.
M.   K.
Mostei
Wm
in Work
nuei
Olitel
Tin
t of Anus
Guard   ...
Guard
courl will
T. Ally
a. Paulson
Derbyshire
11. Aiistiid
J, W. Hiiywunl
 (i. d, Logan
  ...   N.  Tofelt
  F. K. I.umleen
  A. Gowanlook
  A. Johnson
hold regular meetings
ery Thursday in Summers' hall.
Insure with Martin Bros.
ir,
The Chevrolet   is   well equipped—
easy riding—-easy to drive, and commodious.
15i f KIMBHRLBY GARAGE.
The (V. W. v. A., Kimberley branch,
are holding n Hani Timet; dance in
Hundley's Hall, on Friday, June 22nd.
Tho Herald for "printing—try them.
J, J. Dryan Is doing a lot of chimney
instruction on tlie many buildings
Ding creeled around tho town.
Brown's Singe
Clocks,   Jewelry,
Leigh iht! Jeweler
will
take Watches,
for  repair lo
Cranbrook.   Leave
etc
CRAMtROOK MKKTS
REVERSE IN BASEBALL
OS SUNDAY LAST
The Cranbrook baseball club met
with somewhat of a surprise and disappointment ou Sunday laet at Kimberley when they were taken Into
camp by by Kimberley fn a schedule
game of tbe East Kootenay baseball
league, the score ending 5 to 1 in favor of Kimberley. The game was play.
ed at Lindsay Park and considering
wet weather previous, the ground was
in good shape. The afternoon waa an
ideal one for baseball. Kimberley scored four runs in the fourth Inning and
added another in tbe sixth, Cranbrook
getting their one tally ln the fifth. The
game was never really In doubt after
Ihe fourth inning, us Home, with
splendid support in the field, uncorked a mysterious slow ball that tbe
Cranbrook batters could not solve,
occasionally joining over a fast one
just to show thut his arm waB still
going strong. Mitchell pitched a good
gome for Cruuhrook but the miners
gathered In 12 hits off him while the
visitors only managed lo garner 8 off
Home.
Cranbrook made some costly errors
one of which enabled Cosgrlff to circle
the diamond ror a borne run.
Kimherley's fielding was excellent
und of the old players it would be
difficult to single out an one individually, they all played their steady
game. Of the new players, Home and
McBride allowed up well and Garland
although lacking somewhat In experience caught u good game J. Mc Malum run tor Grunt wlio hud a sore leg
Cranbrook showed up well In tbe
Held, hut a rew errors in tbe in Held at
critical moments cost them at least
two runs. Sullivan, although out of
the game for some years played a
splendid gume at second and made a
couple of one hand catches that
brought, applause from the fans.
This puts Kimberley at the head of
the league.
innings :
12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 RHE
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1    List  your  property
Bros,
Martin
16
The Chevrolet Ih tlie logical car for
this district.
16tf KIMBERLEY OARAGE,
Let Brown's Stages bring us that
watch or clock for repair. We'll do
the rest. Leigh the Jeweller, Cranbrook. 25
Messrs. Jones k Doris, of Cranbrook
are making excellent progress with
the construction of the liquor vendors
headquarters.
Score by
Kimberley
Crauhrook
work nt. Dimor's Cafe. 15
Anyone considering taking life insurance should consult Martin Bros.,
Cranbrook, They are District Agents
for Canada's largest life company, and
have specialized in thut business for
fifteen years. I6tf
That, the Chevrolet car meets with
favor in tbo Kimberley district is evidenced by the fact that Mr. Looney of
iho Kimberley garage readily disposed of his carload of superior models.
Mr. Looney hus several more coming
to complete his allotment— these will
not he more than sufficient to meet,
iiis requirements;
A. E). Leigh; who has opened up a
watchmaking business and jewelry
store In Cranbrook, has made arrangements with the Brown & Morley
stage to accept package-, for delivery
to  him    in   Crauhrook. Watches,
clocks aud jewelry sent In for repairs on account of tbe tie up In the
will receive prompt attention, aud re-, train service last week-end the game
turned as soon us completed. Mr. between Lumberton and Fernie at
Leigh has been with Raworth Bros, the coal city was called off as were
since 1017. He guarantees ull repair also the exhibition games'between
wotl; entrusted to him. **    ■ Wycliffe and Kitchener and Creston.
I'll meet you at tbe Club Cafe, Cranbrook. istr
When we sell you a car we also are
prepared to give you service.
16tf KIMBERLEY GARAGE.
Kimberley $1.60 single, $2,60 return
from the Brown and Morley stage
office. Parcels called for and delivered In Kimberley     Phone 631.      tf
KIMBERLEY MAX IS
ACQIUTTED OF
CHARGE OF THEFT
The case of theft which has been
pending for some time against John
Dobson of Kimberley came up for tl-
nal hearing at Cranbrook on Wednesday before Judgo Leask at the court
house. The defendant was accused of
stealing from John Ursen, an uxe, a
saw and other tools. The case rested
principally on the identity or an axe
which was found on Dobson'a premises
which tbe defendant claims he found.
but the handle of which hud beeuj
changed since It wau In Ursen'a po-'
ssesslon. Upon examination and
trial It was found that the supposed'
original handle would not tit the head
of the axe and the case was therefore!
decided ln favrr or the defence. The'
property alleged to have been stolen;
was part of the contents of victor
Larson's place, which was broken into
while he was sick in hospital at Cran- I
brook. John Anderson was the only)
witness for the defence, while Victor i
Ursen gave evidence for the pros-1
ecutfon. H. W. Herchmer condncte.il
the case for Mr. Dobson while O. J
Spreull represented Mr. Ursen. J.
Price Green wuS down from Kimberley iu attendance,
MINERAL ACT.       ~""
(Form F)
(Vrtlllt'iih> of Improvements
N OTICE
"Prune," "Jam," "Rasp," "Straw,"
'Onion," "Plum," "Apple," "Orchard," "Harvey," "Acme," "Apei,"
"SUus," "Zenith," "Spider Fr," "One
Kr„" "Another Fr.," "Wren," "V. A.
U. Fr.," "Polloi," "Castor," "Wolf,'
"llului." "Pebecco," "Snap," "Uold.
Dust," "Sergeant," Lieut," "t'orpor
al,"  "Batman,"  "Captain." "Sapper,'
M. 0. Fr.," "W. A. A. C."
—MINERAL CLAIMS
riliuale In the PORT STEELE Mining
Division of Kootenay District;
Where localed —On Sullivan Hill,
near Kimberley,
TAKE NOTICE thai The Consolidated Mining & Smelling Company, of
Canada, Limited, Free Miner's Cert!
ficate Xo. 40194-C, Intend, silly days
from tiie date hereof, to apply to tlie
.Mining Recorder for a Certificate o.
Improvements, for tlie purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the abort
claim.
And further lake notice that action,
under lection 85. must be commenced
before tile Issuance of such certificate of Improvements.
Dated this L'4ih day of April, a.o.
19S3.
THE CONSOLIDATED MINING
AND SMELTING CO.. OP
CANADA. LIMITED,
Per K. O, Montgomery, Agent.
9-1S
Bruce Robinson
Teacher of Motile
Studio: Daker St.. Cranbrook Phone IM
RUIISOI'S ORCHESTRA-OJIIVCES ARRANGED FOR
| Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
•f Caaadi Limited
omen, smelting and refining department
TRAIL,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
ParekaMHof Gold, Sllter, Copper, Lead tt Zinc Orel
rratttwt et Gold, 8ll*er, topper, PI; Lead aad Zinc
"TADANAC" BRAND
LOOK
THE HOME OF GOOD
PASTRY
Our Food and Service nre Pleasing s Host of Friends.
BOOTHS FOR LADIES
CAFE  ZENITH
CRANBROOK, IU'.
Opposite C. P. R.
%>c
peal Happenings
Established 1898
I'linne 114
Geo. R. Leask
I'KOKKR HI'II.IIKH
AMI  CONTRACTOR
Cabinet Work.   I'lcliir* I'mnilin.-
F.slimales given on
all classes of work
OAirei Corner Norbury  Atennr
and Edward* Siren
MONUMENTS
CilPBELL   *   RITCHIE
IONIIMEHTAL  CO.
RalMi
JOHN QARD
PAINTER &
PAPERHANGER
Full Mae ol Wall Paper
In Hloek.
Store, Hanson Avenue
Phone 40* at all hours
CRANBROOK    .    .    .    B.C.
Kwong Chong
LAUNDRY
11 Armstrong Avenue
Opposite. W. D. Hill's
First Class Work Guaranteed.
Tho Baptist Church Sunday school'
I picnic will be held lo the same point :
! is last year on July Uu. Th hour of I
meeting win be announced later,
■ Morning and afternoon trips'to'
Kimberley from Brown A Morley'a
Mace office opposite Kootenay Garage
Phone 631. t(l
Tin' Baptist women's mission circle i
"ill meet ut Sirs. Mennlc's ranch on'
Wednesday, June nth. cars will
leave the liaiitist chare)) at five p. tn ;
Ur. fi. fi. L. McKinnon returned from
Mio coast on Friday where be had
I n   sj ding  a   week.     llr.   II.   Si
Christie of Haynes Lake, was In thet
city during liis absence.
-Mrs A, li Hlcluirilson who tins been
visiting at ibo home of her mohter,
.Mrs, Brook, left On Thursday for Iter
home In liratnl Mere, Quebec. Muster1
flraydon ulso returned with hlH1
mother.
In the announcement in regard to]
the mime* of ibo prize winning flofl
on Victoria Day aa lbe "192.1 Rebokah
I'ollles" tho wor.l"Heln>knh" ehoultl
havo been omitted, ns tho entry wiih
not nutilu outchilly by lbe lodgo,
c. ii. Bishop left ou Saturday lasl
for Coeur D'Alene. Idaho, where he
Will reside fn future. Ills pnvenlH.
Mr. and Mrs. L. P, Bishop will nlso
be leaving some tlmo In the future
for Idaho, having purchased a home
at Boise.
Mr. ami Mrs Peter MePherson of
Winnipeg, reached Crnnbrook on Sunday ovenhifc. coming vlu C. P. R. over
Ihe K. 0. from Golden. W, H. Wilson
met the parly at Fort Steele nnd thus
shortened the Journey across by car.
Mr. MePherson who is right-of-wiv
ogont for.tho C. P. R. at Winnipeg,
proceeded to Spokane, Mrs. MePherson remaining to visit at the home of
Mr. aud Mrs. Wilson for a few day
Telepkene N P.O. Box til
CRANBROOK CARTAGE & TRANSFER CO.
Towrlis & Adam*
Agents (or Hard and Soft Coal.   Distribution Cars a
Specialty.   Excellent Warehousing.
OPP08ITS CJfA DEPOT
CRANBROOK, B.C.
Sjieiini trips arranged to any place
any time, by Brown ami Morley.
Phono 631. if
The report that the L. 1). tale has
decided lo lease tbe portion of the
Cosmopolitan Hotel al present used
us a barber simp is incorrect. No ar-
rangernenta in tho matter havo been
made.
Curl Wagnorof Bncnlo NY. passed
through   Cranbrook   on   Wednesday
going easi on tbe return trip of a
circle lour of lhe UTilied Stales. Mr.
v.. i.ni"' left Buffalo In May 1938 nnd
Is travelling in a Dodge accompanied
by his faithful dog "Buddy." A recent
Issue of the Spokane Daily Chronicle
shows a picture of. Air. Wagner and
bis cur uml dog. Tliey have gone
through nil tlie national parks of the
und mode ibo detour Into Canada io
tivobi the bod roads iu Montana,
Prhte lists of the Women's Institute
Fluwer Show nud Exhibition or Fancy Work uml Cookery havo been
coraploted tbis week, ami may be bud
from ihe Insiiiiite secreiury, Mrs, O,
Taylor. Tlio full prize list will he
published In the llerulii next week.
Rumore ure rife as to the starting
of a co-operative association in Cranbrook. An application hus already
been made for articles of incorporation, uml the matter of a location for
a store is being lakett up. Tentative
ofllcors have ulso been selected, it is
stated, and tho company expects to
commence operations when the necessary arrangements have been completed.
Word was received from Rev. W. T
Tapscott, from Snlem, Oregon, where,
with Mrs. Tapscott, he is spending
lhe first pari of bis vacation. Mr.
Topscoti spoke iu bis old charge there
the First Baptist church of Salem,
the attendance being about four bun
tired, the membership being alotit
eight hundred, Salem und tbe Wil-
ltj|.iel valley In which II Is situate are
looking particularly beautiful at the
present time. Mr. Tapscott may remain nn extra two weeks ill Salem
before going cast.
piling up, and seem to have only star
ted. Sixteen were In the hands of the
secretary on Thursday.
KIMBERLEY GAINS
HEAD OF LEAGUE BY
WIN LAST SUNDAY
The only game played in the district league was that at Kimberley
with Cranbrook which was won by
Kimberley by G to 1.  The win places
Kimberley at the head of the league Miches umpired to the satisfaction of
Cranbrook going to third place and all.
Pernie to second.   Ao a-count of the     The league standings are as follow!
game will be found on page 5.   .Next City   i      l      800
Sunday, Lumberton visits Cranbrook High School  3      4      428
while Pernie tries conclusions with Y.M.C.A   2      4      333
Wycliffe at the lumber town. District League
The only game played In the ama- Klmberle   3      l      7M
lour   league  was  on   Tuesday   when Cranbrook      2       2       600
tbe High school beat Ihe "Y" by the Fernie       2       1       660
score of 1 to 3.  Woodman pitched for Lumberton      1      2      333
tbe V and Musser for the High. Mr. Wycliffe    .....1      3      250
Coming Events
TWO MOKi: RESIGNATIONS ADDED TO LIST
ALREADY MENTIONED
Pnronl-Tencher Association Ur-
ltcs Jtoiiril lo Hjiv*' Principal
Wilson Kfcotisltlrr
Friday, June 8: Christ Church Sunday
Boliool and Choir Dramatic Entor-
talnmont. and Concert at (lie Pariah H:iII. followed by dancing,
Friday,  June 10:    Pamoun    Qoorgla
Miiisiri'ls at tho Auditorium
Friday, June 22: Hnrd Tlmoa DanCe
hy Kitnherley O. W. V. A. nt Hnndi
leys Hall.
Saturday, Juno iii: Special general
meeting and smoker, q, \\\ v. \„ ut
8 p.m.
ihursday, August 83: Women's in-
Htitute Flower Show and Exhibition of Fancy Work and Cookery,
Q, W. V. A. HalL
The annual rutting or the school
tea chore Ih under way, and the triist-
ees of this city, as woll as other plac.
ck throiiguoul tho province, have the
annual mIi if of resignation)! on their
hands, JTlie names of W. 0. Wilson,
principal of the high school, and Miss
II. Tri'inliatli or the public school, are
to he added to the list of those who
hud already resigned, as published
[ lasl eek. These make in all four vacancies on tho public nchool and three
on the liiuli school staff.
In regard to the rcgignatloa of Principal Wilson, tho executive of the Parent-Teacher Association at a meeting ou Tuesday evening at the home
of Mrs. J. Jackson, passed a resolution urging tlie hoard of school trustees to endeavor >o have Mr. Wilson
reconsider his resignation, it being
the concensus of opinion that It would
not be In Cranbrook'a best interests
to lose Mr. Wilson. No action has as
yet been taken by the school board
In regard to the matter. Mr. Wilson
has been Interviewed and states there
is no dissatisfaction with the work,
hut he considers It his duly to accept
one of tho several offors tendered him
from oilier points. He also states
It Is not a matter of salary.
Tho executive of Iho Parent-Teach-
or Association 1ms decided that no
meetings of the association would be
hold until after tho school examinations aro over.
Applications for tho various positions to be filled tor tlu
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Ted Cooper Cranbrook B.C.
I	 PAGE   SIX
THE  CRANBROOK HERALD
Friday, June 8th, 1998
| JT CAN BE DONE IX CRANBROOK *
cA EARLE LEIGH j
DOKS HIGH CLASS
Watch & Jewelry Repairs
All, WORK GUARANTEED
NORBURY AVENUE, Xcxl to the Star Theatre
Residence Phone 21. Store Phone 308 *
City Items of Interest
Insure with Beule and Elwell.
+   +   -r
Thus.  Cole,  formerly oi  this city |
and Fernie, being at one lime In the
government ofllce at the latter place,
and now on tbo provincial government
audit stuff was In tho city loll week.]
end ou a visit to the local agency.
+   +   -r
World news, district newo, the host'
features, all lu tbe Nelson Dally Nowb.
til) cents month.    $3.00 six mouths.
12-15
. A straight car ot Simmons Beds,
Springs and Mattresses havo just arrived,   see these before you buy.   W.
\F, Doran, Ouv low prices win every
time, 13tt
+   +   +
Master Robert Parker, returned lo
his borne iu ibis oily from tlio hospital ou Monday ot ihis week,
+   +   +
Hemstitching.—Mrs,  Surtees, Garden Avenue. 2tf
+   +   +
Dr. W. A. Fergle announces thai he j
will he absent from lhe cily commencing Monday, Juno lt, and until tho
Und July. Those having dentistrj In
view ure asked io arrange appointments accordingly, 11-14
V, W. Allan, Major Mullandaine and;
ll B. Garland wore motor visitors to
Cranbrook on Thursday for the holiday eel oration. They mado tho trip
in the former's Ford sedan, negotiating It readily in less Mian four hours.!
They are agreed that when the new I
Goat River crossing, Kitchener road,
is complete tiie highway between
Creston und Cranbrook will be oil tho
autoist could ask for.- Creston  Re-
+   +   +
<>i-   ambulance   going   from
Kimberley   weiM   over   the
;i polnl between" Kuskanook
on Sunday afternoon, ami
te garage at Creston was re-
d  10 tow  the injured motor
u wliero repairs were made
rip io Kimberley resumed on
i fternoon.*—Creston Review.
+   +   +
Just  arrived— a  new shipment of
Lifebuoy    Running    Shoeti.   All sizes
for  Men    Women    ami    Children  ut
Cranbrook Exchange,
Our  low  prices   win  every tlmo
91 f
+   +   +
is clly is confined to
present, hul  Is im
bit nil ni
and  her
qulsl
Mondaj
Joe Palvo o
the hospital
proving.
+   +    +
See  "Jiggs,"   the  world's  funniest
comic, every day In the Nelson New
Subscription (IU cenis month      $!t six
months, 12-15
+   +   +
.1 ust received a ear load of Simmons
Bods, Mattresses and Springs. These
will be ou sale for one week starting
Juno 1st nl the Crnnbrook Exchange.
Watch for the hand -bills. Our low
prices win every time.
W, P, DORAN. 14tf
CA1M> OF THANKS
The Sisters of St. Kugene Hospital
view. I thank  very" gratefully  the  directors
+   +    *f- |aud members of the Cranbrook Foot-
Before buying your trunk or sult-Jbal] team for their generous donation
rase,  see WESTON'S STORE, 15 of $20.25.
It you are looking for a house, call
on Beale & Elwell. 13
Mrs. C. Zilll and little one returned
home ou Tuesday of tills week from
the hospital.
New designs lu Bedsteads .ran .be
seeu at the Bit* 22. . See this stuck
before buy lim thnt new bed. ,12
Miss Elizabeth Sawyer, of Alexander, Manitoba, is u patient at the hospital, BUferlng from a bad attack of
grip.
We havo in stock a full line of
Women's, Moo's, Girls', Boys' and
Children's Shoes. Our stock Is com*
plate aad—
Our low prices win every time.
W. P. DORaN.
If Irfigli can't repair your watch,
throw it away. IBtf
Mrs. P. J. Smith was able to leave
the hospital on Wednesday, and expects to proceed lo Flagstone where
she will join her husband,
The Methodist Indies' Aid will in eel
at 3.30 on Tuesday afternoon next, al
the home of Mrs. J. P. McLaren, Hanson Ave.
Safety deposit huxea aro the only
sale depository for Title Deeds, Vic-
lory Bonds, etc. A box In Beale &
Elwell's vault only costs $3.00 per
annum. 13
Mrs. Walter Walsh of this city Is
reported doing well after undergoing
an operation on Wednesday morning.
B. Johnson, of the Kitchener Hotel
went to Cranbrook on Tuesday and
came back the following day In a new
McLaughlin car.—Creston Review.
If it's raining, don't worry — you
can buy a Rubberized Overcoat at a
reduced price at
15 U. WESTON'S STORE.
Gtbbs and Dalzlel are changing the
appearance of a number of cars these
days. Besides their local work they
finished a ear last week for Creston
and now have a car In from Golden
for reflnishlng.
About, live hundred and sev-nty-
live automobile licenses have been Issued to date from tho government
Office for cars In this district, and It fc
expected the total will reach about
six hundred and fifty before the sea-
sou closes.
See our window display of Kettles,
ran*, and other Kitchen ririihIIk. The
I1IG Mi,     . 12
YOU CERTAINLY
NEED GLASSES
if yon have to hold the paper
or book too close or far away from your eyes. Let us
fit your vision with glasses
mndo with the TORIC or
curved lenses They conform
to the curve of the eyes and
yon cannot tell how comfortable they are till you have
tried them. They are simply wonderful.
W.H.Wilson
MANUFAOTORINQ
OPTICIAN
Baggage! Sir, Baggage!
YES, SIR! . WE ARE IN THE HA (KM (IK
BUSINESS AND CARRY A LARGE LINE
OF
Bags, Suit Cases
and Trunks
gjiREPAjJEgT    ,VI,at tne Crnnbrook
* Troop Is Doing
'Prom among the hoys of to-day
come the men of tomorrow, 'the lenders
In public life, in community refinement*
and business enterprise."
. Summer time, vacation time, hikes,
camps ami similar words are in the
minds of old and young—scouts Included. Outdoor activities will now
demand the spare time of all, and
many real enjoyable outings are planned for scouts. Bo prepared for
Saturday hikes and get iu readiness
for Camp. Plans are now being laid
for the best camp ever held in these
parts. Por the next few weeks a series of baseball games will be played
for the Schooley cup which was so
kindly presented to the scouts by Mr,
Pred Schooley.
The ftrsl game wns played last week
and waa one of excitement and real
pleasure for all,and nt the end of the
game the score stood 8 to 4 In favor of
the Presbyterian Church scouts.
Some real good plays were made
by both teams. Blumenauer and
Hurt noil Tor tho English Church and
Muck Hovio and Ray Beech for the
Presbyterian Church starred for their
respective teams.
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standing leadership because of its power to reproduce all (tie tone from all mokes of records,
lt is (lie most Versatile, as Veil as me most efficient
end beautiful phonograph. Yet Brunswicks cost
no more man ordinarjf talking machines. Price,
range from $60 to $400, end there is a wide choice of
Cabinet and Console designs of exceeding beauty.
COME IN AND SEE THEM
.HIKNT
ORANBROOK   -
J. B. HASLAM
B.C.
1 During.tho temporary disarrange-
j ment of the train service along the
! Crow, owing to the condition of the
I bridge at Cowley, a  local trail)  for
passengers only Is leaving Crnnbrook
! for points between here and Macleod
every morning nt 0,80, a transfer be-
I ing made at the bridge to another
j train at the other side.    Trains for
the west and points east of Medicine
I Hat are leaving at the same time-as
usual, but the east bound Is being
' routed  by  the  Kootenay  Central  to
Golden and the main line.   Tlie mall
service was ulso somewhat curtailed'     Halifax, Nova Scotia. Is to be In*
for a time, there being no drop letters vaded on the 17th and 18th of this
Fred Archer, well known Canal
Plats slock rancher, has been In tlie
city since the beginning of the week
He reportu thnt conditions on the
range are about a month ahead of tiie
usual at this time of the year, owing
to the heavy rains of late.
YOU WILL   KIND    OUR   PRICES THE
m
l.-V-i
Tlio Homo of
SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES
VERY LOWEST THAT GOOD* REI.UW.l.,
GUARANTEED UOOIIN    CAN   DE   SOLD
POR,
WE WILL BE PLEASED TO HAVE YOU
LOOK OVER OUR STOCK BEFORE YOU
BUY.
The Homo of
SOCIETY ORAND CLOTHES
Shoes?      Yes, we've sold plenty of.
them, but there are still hundreds of
pairs to be sold at this sale at
15 B. WESTON'S
All the worth while news of the Interior of British Columbia   every day
lu tho Nelson Daily News.    Subscription RO cents mouth, $:! six months.
12-15
KOOTENAY ORCHARDS
SCHOOL REPORT FOR
MONTH OF MAY
SOUTH WARD SCHOOL
REPORT—HONOR ROLLS    !
FOR MONTH OF MAY
Women's Institute. — The cut loco
classes for members of the Institute
are being held each Friday afternoon
at 3 p.m., at the V. M. O. A. Mrs.
Bell will be In attendance. Bring any
piece of work which needs stamping
und receive instructions for working
same. The whole class is asked h
be present as important business Is to
be discussed. —Mrs. E. Healey, Con
! venor.
Stock Reducing
Sale Ends
Saturday June 16th
THERE WILL BK ESPECIAL IIAHHAINS POR FINISH*
ING DP OUR SUCCESSFUL SALK.
Have you been In the Store during this Sale? If
not, ask your neighbors. There are savings on everything from a package of needles up to the latest style of
dresses; from a man's handkerchief up to a well-made
suit.
And we didn't forget the Travelling Folks.    We've
marked Special Prices on all
SUIT CASKS, (Lilt IIAfl's uml THl'NKS —
Including  HAHTMAVS WAIMUiOHKS.
B. WESTON STORE
BAKER SI
THE STOKE THAT SELLS FOR LESS
picked up at the station for the train
going north lo Calgary via Golden,
hut this has now been lemedlcd. The
0. P. R. did not lose any time In coping with the situation. Supt. Flett
of this city was away to the scene of
the trouble even 'before matters had
become serious, and has been on the
spot ever since directing operations.
The derangement of the regular runs
has entailed a great deal of i-xir
work at this poind rerouting trains,
muking up extras, cending out repair crews, a great deal of activity In
the local yard* being apparent lu consequence.
Dresses  In  the latest  fashions  nt
Sale Prices, at       B. WESTON'S.
15 ,       i
THE   WEATHER   BULLETIN
Official Thermometer Readings
at Crauhrook
Mill, Mux
 4
May
June
Juno
June
June
June
June
40
41
•IS
42
39
44
42
Wanted at Elko B.C.
Men   for   Tunnel and Outside
Rock work, at the following
hourly rates!
TUNNEL
Machine Runners   CO cents
Machine Helpers and
Muckers   45 cents
Shift-Boss  ,   65 cents
OUTSIDE WORK
Machine Runners    GO cents
Machine Helpers and
Muckers    40 cents
Rhlfft-Boss   G5 cents1
A Bonus of five cents per hour will
bo paid men who remain for sixty or
more working days.
Board Is f ISO por day. '
Working day of ten hours. ]
WINSTON  BROS. COMPANY.
month by members of the Canadian
'ress Association. It is expected that
over six hundred delegates will be In
attendance from all parts of the Dominion. From B. <'.. Alberta and
Saskatchewan there are expected to
be seme 120 members, while the eastern provinces will also he very largely represented. Side trips wilt be
taken lo P.E.I, and Cape Breton. A
special train leaves Toronto on the
Uth Inst, with :.nn delegates. Mr. I.
P. Sullivan left ou Thursday's train
for the Nova Scotia capital, he expects
to be away for about throe weeks.
FORT STEELE NOTES
BORN—At Fort Steele, on Juno 8rd,
to Mr. and Mrs. A. Nlchol, a son.
A well eonlested game of baseball
was played here ou Sunday afternoon
between Bull River and Port Steele;
resulting in nwlu for tho visitors. The
score was 4 to :..
The (lirls basket ball team have
rliallengcd lhe luvcrmcro ten in, lbe
game to bo played at lnvermere en
Saturday, flood luck and fine won-
i lift-, girls.
Harry Chuunlugs left ou Thursday
for Sheep creek to join the Pernio
road gang operating (here
Fuji Tea Rooms
NEXT PUTA GROCERY
Van Horno St.
NOW OPEN
MEALS nnd LIGHT
M:mt:siiMENTS
ICE CI!HAM
CONFECTIONERY
SOFT KlilNKS
HOT ft COLD 'MINKS
rrcsh MILK  ft   III TTEIIMII.K
riGAHN ft TOBACCOS
T. FUJIAMI
DIVISION I.
Perfect Attendance
Clarence Barrett, Joey Berk In, Jnsie
Blafare , Mint! Blafare. Margaret Dal-
ziel, Evelyne Eley. Winnlfred Harper,
Louis Holm, Dolly Johns, Cluretire
Johnson, John Magro, Hoele Magro,
Percy North, Murray Kombough,
Lillian Russell. Edith Wells, Clyde
Williams. Franklin Woods, Ada Gammon.
Honor Hull
Senior Second Header.—1st Rosa-
lyne Weston; 2nd Dorothy Worthington.
Junior Second Reader. — 1st Ethel
Magee. 2nd Percy North.
First Reader.—1st Margaret Dalzlel,
2nd Ada (..amnion.
E. N. SING, Teacher.
DIVISION II.
Honor Hull
Second Primer."■— Hubert Llnnell.
Mnrgeurile Marapodl, Doris Eley,
Romlu Coleman.
First Primer.— Harold Curie, Bud
Sullivan. Albert Russell, Stanley Weston.
Beginners.—Frank Blefnre, Knther-
ine Ukralnlz, Bob Pattinson, Angellne
Blefare.
Perfect Attendance
Angellne Blefnre, Frank Blofnre,
Annie Birkin, Touy Ooetello, James
Haley, Margaret Cassels, Lee Uammon.
Walter Collings, Agnes Moore, Victoria PascnMo, Eileen Pa nil Ing, Albert
Russell, Eddie Walsh, Stanley Weston,
John PascUEKO, Billy McNicl. Ultra
Malone, GHonda Magro, Violet Miller,
Harry Sollckl.
I. M. FLEUllY, Toucher.
IV. Header Jr.—Gitdys Stone, Eve-
lyn Qartslde, Jack Atchison.
III. Header A.—George Atchison,
Mary Richmond, Eddie Gurtside.
HI. Header B.—Jim Stone, Frank
Hern.
II. Header Jr.—Marion Richmond,
Charlie Atchison, Hose Noyce, George
Noyce, Poly Ruault.
II Primer.  -May Stone, John Rich
nioiiil, Ida Sakala.
Receiving Class.—Ernest Ruault.
Mre S. Johnson
Tear ii or
COLORED MINKTItELH
ARE TIIE BKHTi FAMOUS
OEOROIAS COMING It IH i:
The modern minstrelsy evolved from
Hie colored race. The negro if he can
bo restrained from heroin Ing self conscious, makes the iwst minstrel mnn.
Any person is mire of a good laugh If
tliey can but he around a group of negroes thirty minutes without (he latter knowing tliey are near because
then the colored mnn Is perfecl.y natural.
There have been many colored minstrel shows which wero unsatisfactory
In their entertainment because tho colored performers wero self conscious
and did not set natural, The famous
Goorglo Minstrels have always heen
fortunate In having as a manager one
who was familiar with the peculiarities of the negro and knew just how
to get the porformers to exhibit that
peculiar humor so well known among
the southern darkles. Mr. Arthur
Hoekwald, tho present company manager, Is a native of the south nnd has
assembled n company of performers
thnt are not potters but real entertainers. They will tw at the Auditorium
on Friday, Juw 16th.
W. A. Burton
wishes to announce the amalgamation of bis Electrical {justness with thut of the
Sinmlanl  Elwtrlc Nervlfr-
The new firm Is now ready to
give you the best of'elec-
tric  service.
QUALITY WORK   ts   tho only
kind ne do.
Your l'litrntiufrc Solicited
STANDAARD ELECTRIC Service
J. M'ROIg   - IV. A. BURTON
tTemporary Headquarters)
Eilmini St., Near Norbury
W. F. Doran carries a full line of
both Bonis and Shoos, mid Gereral
Goods. See him for thai new Co igo-
leum Rug, or a Simmons' Bed, — Do-
ran's Low Prices Win Every Time.
3W
FORMER RESIDENTS
ENTERTAIN AT
SIIAWNKUN LAKE
(Victoria Times)
Shnwiiignu Lake—Shawn i gnu ijike
wus honored by an Invasion of the
Daughters of the Nile on May 24th.
Two daughters of the Nile reside at
Sliawnigan Lake, Mrs. James Finley
and Mrs C illoonitjuiBt. Tliey, together witli tho Masons of the Lake,
headed'by James Finley, were responsible for ihe visit. An invitation had
been extended to the Queen of tho
Nile, Mrs. Nellie Brown, of Miriam
jTemple No. 2, of Victoria, and tho
daughters from all parts of Canada
and the United States to pay a visit to
the Lako during the convention which
was held In Victoria. Soventy-flVo
ladies und gentlemen responded* nml
arrived by way ot tlie Malabo. Drive
lu two sight seeing cars and numerous
private cars.
The visitors arrived about noon and
were escorted to the S.UA.A. hall,
which was beautifully decorated for
ihe occasion. A delightful luncheon
had been prepared by the local Masons and their friends, and which was
thoroughly enjoyed by the visitors.
Very few of the visitors had ever seen
or heard of the lake, but thoy were not
slow to recognise Its delightful charm,
many expressing their opinion thut It
was the lovlfeat spot tliey bad seen
and they would certainly include a
visit to the lake In their future planning. One gentleman lemnrked ibat
they had crossed the Nile and had
discovered the Garden of Kdeu.
fAfter luncheon the parly spoilt a
couple of hours seeing tlio neighborhood. Ou leaving tiiey gave their
hosts a nattering expression of tholr
Invitation to visit the Lake ami tbo
royal way thoy bad been treated.
WANT AOS.
UTAH tWCOIID  lit*. I!  N'l'tltK
rksn •.
Ws pay tin but pries* tulni fur til
kinds of furniture. Wa bur «»•-
thing from s moui. trap lu .11 aufcv
iBoblle.
W. W. Kllby, Auclloiiesr ami Valuar
WANTED- Ulrl   for   general homework. Apply n. Weston Blore.      H
WANTED. -
from lint.
Office.
Clean cotton niKH. free
No woollens.    Ilnrultl
10
FOR IlENT. — Three rooms, furnished, suitable fur light housekeeping.
309 Dewar Ave. ir.tf
40 ACRE FARM CHEAP—tor quick
■ale. flood buildings, spring creek,
auto road to door, fine bottom land
with part already und.tr cultivation.
Big Sullivan Mine, Kimberley, .<la.e
by, Is ready market right nt door.
Apply to Martin Bros., Cranbrook,
RO. lit
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FOR BAIX-Om Bum* IN. ana am
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