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SIX PACES TODAY
NUMBER 12
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Publicity Work
ai u joini mooting of the rrunbrook
llonrd of Trade and Prospectors' Association, held in *]it> City Hull last
Wednesday evening a report wu1* received by thc two associations from
Secretary Huchcroft, of the Prospectors' Association, who was a delegate
for the Prospectors to lhe Mining Congress held recently ut Seiittlt,
President Kvuns occupied tho chair.
.Mr. N. A. Walllnger, delegate from
the Mining Committee of the Board of
Trade, who was also expected to make
his report, was absent from the city
on government business, and was so
unable 10 by present, Mr. Wallinger's
report is published below, and together with Mr. Hucltcroft'S report, submitted at the meeting, ..hows the delegates wore "ii the job and good results will follow tlieir labors.
A compliment wus paid to the delegates liy President spreull I'or the able
manner In whicli they handled Ihe task
assigned to them, aad the press came
in for a bouquet or two rrom the president for the co-operation given tlu,
work in hand.
At ihe meeting it was unnouncfd
that tlie Provincial Government had
undertaken a campaign ol publicity
through motion pictures which will
portray tlle wonderful resources whicli
abound throughout the province. It being tho intention of the government to
liavo these pictures exhibited in the
theatres   throughout the country.
The good work of the Canadian Pacific Railway company publicity department was also appreciated, aud it
was fell greai good was being accomplished through tliis channel.
Mr. Alexander Chisholm. a pioneer
prospector, wanted to see conventions
similar to the Seattle mooting (continued; they were productive of great
good.
Secretary Huchcroft announced to
lhe meeting that Kdilor Sydney Norman, of thi' Spokane Mining Truth, anticipated paying a visit to Kast Koot-
enny iu ihe near future, ami that arrangements had lieen made to take
him lo the various mining centres
Secretary  Huchcroft's    report
quite volumtnoui
! ANGLICAN WOMEN W1IX
CONVENE IN CRANBROOK
! Tlie Women's Auxiliary to the Missionary Society of the Church of England In Canada will hold Its annual
convention this year in Cranbrook. on
May 'JO aud 21, Delegates are expected rrom ail parts or Kast and West
Kootenay. including the Okanagan.
Christ Church at 10..IO on Thursday
May 80th, at which there will bo a spe-
SesHlous will open by service in
clal preacher. On Thursday evening
Ihere will bo an open meeting in tlie
Parish Hall at S p.m.
Kveryono welcomed at any of the
sessions.
HUM HANTS HI.Ol'UHATINf-
TO N.IKE CEI-KBBATION
ON VICTORIA HA! SUCCESS
The merchants of Crunbrook are doing alt In tbelr power to aid in making
tho Victoria Day celebration to be staged by the Great War Veterans' Association a success from every point of
view,
Announcement Is made on page 5
of tlie Herald of today that their stores will be kept open In the morning of
that day, and visitors will bo conit illy
welcomed to make their stores headquarters. In tho afternoon the stores
will close but wll re-open In the ov.
oning tlir.t visitors can be accomodated fn nny of their requirements.
WINMI'KU-CANAIMAN   ROCK IKS
WRISTS COXING IN JIM
Secretary Wilson of tiie Crunbrook
Automobile Association is kept pretty
busy these days caring for the immense amount of correspondence in
connection with enquiries from tourists who are coming tins way In thei
\ near future. j
Hardly a day pusses that  Mr. Wll- I
son  does not have enquiries for the)
booklets and maps recently issued by j
the boards of trade of this section and
as well requests for other data,
None of tiie enquiries are neglected,!
notwithsanding the same require a|
large amount of attention to give tlie
toruists thu Information they require
in many instances.
Mr. Wilson is iu receipt of blanks
being used by those wlio are taking
advantaagc of the Whinipeg-Canadi
lui-Itockies tour from W. F. Lent, the
chairman of tlie tour, which is scheduled to tuke place from June 24tlt lo
July 4, many of Ihe tourists being expected this way.
THESE DAYS
great country. This convention will
serve as a means of co-operation to
further the Interests of the industry,
uud out of tliis convention should grow
a great stimulus to tho development of
the iron uud steel business and resources of the Northwest, ond consequently therefrom the Industrial development that always follows such
basic Industry."
"Another thing that should be accomplished by this convention Is some
CONDI(TOR GREAVES HAS
NARROW ESCAPE WHEN HIS
TRAIN CRASHES FREIGHT
Conductor Greaves of the C, P. tt.
had a very narrow escape at Kootenay Landing Monday when his train,
backing down tlie incline to receive
passengers from the boat, crashed
into a number of freight cars standing near the bout.
Tiio passengers assembled on the
deck of the Kuskanook, which had
had u difficult time landing, noticed
the train was coming at an unusually
rapid rate and Conductor Greaves
could bo seen 011 tlie front of the platform of the coach pulling tiie signal
to slow up hut for somo reason or
other this could nol he accomplished
In time and when the conch lie was
on was within abont threo foot of
tiie- freight cars, he leaped from the
very definite and successful action to-1 train to the platform just In time to
wards the promotion of the gold mln-1 UVold the impact from the crash
ing interests of the country. This Which forced tho freight cars, four in
matter is ono of great importance to number, well out Into the water,
this convention    and   to all mining \rtilch "s getting high.     The passen-
I oltiaiSI'OMIKM      LIKENS
HOCSE TO IMIM IH SHIP
l'l»0\ PAINTI.II SEA
MUI-.K.US IMUNIIING
TltANNrONTINKNTAI.
Hoiird ni' Commerce Continues
to Ih* u Sourn* 01' Worry
til   I'llIoilislK
liTINISTHH OK AGRICULTURE
PASSES THROUGH CITV I
Hon. E. I). Barrow, Provincial Minister <ii Agriculture, arrived In the
city ou Tuesday, the llth, en route to
Fernle to look over laud settlement
area-, there, He Is accompanied by
It   -M. Davles, Of Hie Land Hoard.
it te expected Mr.   Harrow  will again reach tlie city ou Friday's train
from Fernie, bin it is not knot
the linin ot going 10 press win tli
intends making any stop-over h
wyci.im; REPEATS locals
IN LAST SUNDAY'S GAME
Cranbrook's baseball nine went up!
to Wycllffe last Sunday wliere bats I
wen  crossed  with  the nine of that
The locals  returned a vanquished
line,    tin-    Wycllffe team  defeating
hem by a score of 7 to 5,
The locals are not discouraged and ;
tjsay they will give Wycllffe tlie trim- j
c tiling of tlieir lives when they come
here to cross bats on tlie home dia |
i tnond,
HP/imEHHR-RIUAMIST GOES
TO JAIL; LICK SENTENCE
gers applauded the gameness of Conductor Greaves in sticking to his post
to the last minute In an endeavor to
save the company's property and possible injury to others of his train
Xo one was hurt.
men.
Tho cor vent ion certainly had this
result; in fact It brought a very large
number of delegates together, and If
should havo more far-reaching result"
man any convention that I have ever rrcw
attended,   and tt Is to be hoped that
tills district will benefit ffrom thc in-
formation disseminated. ; factory to know that arrangements
Of the Cranbrook exhibits the P<r-,havc. been made to have this property ,
ry Creek gold ore captured the mo«t examined and reported on. and if fav-
uttention, and then the Iron from Sand orable its proper development Is as-
creek and Bull River with copper afsured; n neighboring property, the
close third; but it would not be too "Kootenay King" Is also to he exam-
much to say that every ore came in Inod for iho same purpose, and as both
for favorable remarks. Of coarse the these propettles show targe bodies ot
gold question Is the most Important zinc galena, ii is only reasonable tn
one, and to us especially so, and any hope that the outcome will be success-
move calculated to improve the prod- ful.
action of gold should meet with every Apparently tlie showing of the dis-
encouragement.     As the consumption trict was a complete surprise to the
of gold for manufacturing purposes al- Seattle mining engineers,   who   have
one mot monetary) in 1919. in the Fn- practically mode th*  Yukon and Alas-
ited States, was nearly twenty million" ' ka   their   stamping   ground,   and a
of dollars moro Hi an the entire prod- they now know   that tliis district can
action of gold for that year nnd that l» reached so easily and comfortably,
d was filed in thei""- estimated production of gold for there is every reason to expect that
Ottawa. — Parliament has bet 11
drifting Ilka a painted ship upon a
painted ocean. Hopes of an adjournment by May 41 li have been 11 mere
mirage. Most people tall; now of the
session running ou*until Ihe uiddle of
June, and others say two weeks longer, lu a four months' session a fortnight is of little account. At present
the latter end of June would seem to
be tho more probable lime for prorogation. Kven the date for the delivering of tho budget speech has receded into the second week iu May.
Of course, there are occasional
squalls that make thing-', lively; hut,
on the whole, the situation has been
singularly uneventful.
Tho date of Sir Itnbort Bordon's
homecoming was also, apparently,
put -off.      Those who were supposed
to know as much ubout it as anybody said he would return about two
weeks before the end of lhe session.
This was very indefinite, especially
as tho session is shinning out to a
considerable length; hut It was an
good an answer as could bo given.
What the Prime Minister's plans are
after his return nobody knows, for he
has kept his own counsel. His colleagues know what his plans word
wheu he went awny; but whether he
still holds to them Is a different story,
so tin unfolding of Iiis purposes
must be left to time. Definite statements made now as to re-organization
and a pe^,,-nent policy are mere
tfuesses. '■//Iti tluYt "con he said Is
Unit if the Unionist following is to
remain together it must, have both a
policy aud an organisation and this
being self-evident, il is assumed thnt
they will in time appear.
Interest will centre this week on
tlie "round table" conference of tho
Conservatives at Toronto,     In Mine
archives
referenct
Of the
llepi.rl
eolation for future |,9M is !W(,I|I>' millions less than in
1 1919, ll fs very evident thai something Hon thi
must  Ik done to encourage this prod-.    After
notion, or Ihe supply will get too small
report  on  ihe do 1 for safety.
1 the convention follows: \    The question of a bonus in the l'n-
Dofore beginning Hie report 1 would j hed Stales on naturally produced cold 1 excitement   of
like lo thank the Crunbrook Hoard ofj would naturally affect gold mining In clinch    some
M
lugs
Hr, Wtillinger's
Wallinger's
many of   them will turn their alien-
wny.
the   convention was over, 1
spent   v    week visiting the offices of
enquirers iu Seattle,   Vancouver   and
Victoria, as a quiet talk away from the
the   convention    may
fact   not   quite driven
They're Catching
Big Ones Just Now
Alderman llaiiii Shirts the Season Off
AuspHcluiiHly hy l.nudfug a Men
sltir al Premier Lake
; home, hut 1 can quite safely say as tlic|
i direct outcome of this convention, that
I ui  least eight  properties  will he ex-
; nmtned and reported on. and some of
, these should nt  least  show sufficient
Trade for the honor of being appoint-j this district a little, but if the Domed 10 represent it at the InternationalJlnlon Government would follow suit
Mining Convention m Seattle, uud for] It would mean a very big thing for this
the opportunity it gave me to mee* district; as I explained to many, we
iiiniiy old district acquaintances who hftvo on Perry Crook several large bo-
have left In re. and many others who dies of gold bearing quarts, thai would [ merit to warrant development,
have been connected wllh this district: pny handsomely if handled fn big Mr. Huchcroft covered, in his report,
by Investment und correspondence. I quantities; and this, I think, will be | most of the muiti points of the meet-
Heaving Cranbrook on tin (ith of \p settled tills >1>ar. as nu agreement te \ Ing; it. has horn decided, and rightly, I
vll. I arrived at Seattle at noon on thc j being made whereby at least one big j think, that technical papers will in tho
Oth hist., and spent tho balance of the group on Perry Creek will lie system- future be omitted from the program,
day pulling the exhibit Into shape, ami! ulloally prospected, and If satisfactory i and kept entirely for the meetings of
niukin-g plans wllh Mr. Hnchcrofl ror ■ results are obtained the construction i mining engineers, etc. and more time
handling enquires ai 10 o'clock on °' the necessary mill Is assured, This j allowed for the transaction of hnsi-
the 7ih the Convention was called toi is one of the direct results of this con■ ness. interspersed with talks on suborder liy tho president. (1 A. Collins, j vent Ion, As the zone containing this j Jecls nf general interest; 1 may add
In Uie centre of the Anna Hall, where class of oro is wide and continuous. 1 that as representative of the Doard of
a platform hud been erected aud seats there lu no reason at all why several I Trade I had the honor to he placed on
ror about two hundred and Hfly (8601 i large companies could uot co-operate; j the permanent committee for the deinstalled. I do not Intend to touch land one can readily sei- what effoot fiction of future International Mining
Inn the whole dlstrlcl this would have I Conventions, lhe next of which will be
The hematite Iron ore enme in for held In Portland In 1921.
James I'. Watson, alias Hulrt, tho
notorious bigamist ami self-confessed
murderer, was sentenced ot Los Angeles on Monday to imprisonment tor
Hie. His record is probably unparalleled in ihe annals or crime. lie
is known to have contracted marriage
with twenty-seven women, seven of
whom he admits to having murdered
Several of his victims were Alberta
und H C, women. Public opinion
generally takes tlie view that if ever
anyone earned a seat in the electric
chair it was surely this monster,
NIcol Thompson, well known  niiu
ing man of Vancouver was In tiie city
few days ago.
Tiie batteries were—Musser and
Brum ford, Cranbrook; Ault and Me-
Mann, Wycllffe.
LCMHKILMKN  AT VAHK
STRIKE HM Al Si: TIIL COOK
WAS NOT TO THEIR LIKING
The lumber Jacks employed fn thi
big mill at Vuhk, struck last week because, as they allege, the camp cook
ivas not what he should be. it Is
stated the mun wus a first class pastry
cook, bin otherwise was not up to the
idea of the workers In preparing Oth-
r foods, About fifty of tho men quit
iie Job and tiie camp is badly crippled
1 consequence.
little   remains  to .be
'honk \ow to kntkh-
taix visitors
una: CROWfli umikkp
KOR AT CELEBRATION
BiiM-liall Gullies Him- linn Arranged — Everyone Cuu
Be Pleased
.;umh;\im. mn cm schools
upon     llu     technical   features of llli
-I lies or lectures, ns ihey would be
of llttlo Interest to the general public,
iililiniir.li the papers as read drew very
large nttdlonces, particularly those relating to the position held by gold and
silver, as the monetary standards of
value throughout the world. There
is no doubt that tht strongese delegn-
ilmi I'linii! from Hrltlsh Columbia, and
Ihe exhibit from this province was
much fn advance of the others, and the
oni representing our own district and
the adjoining ono of Windermere,
were, 1 think, tho pick of the whole
convention, and particularly so when
the number Of varieties of ore Is taken into consideration.
Tho |)ur,poae or object of the convention was very well explained by the
Prosldoilt after extending a warm
welenmo to the delegates, "The purpose of this Convention is to bring together nil those persons Interested In
mining around tho rim of the Pacific,
und providing a means for their becoming better aciiuainlcd with the financial and business interests of tho
various communities and with one another, and to work together to develop tho great natural resources of thla
much comment, and realizing tho position of this deposit uo near Die coal
and coke region and close to large wnter power, sufficient Interest has been
aroused to cause two companies to
promise to send their engineers in.
and since returning from Seattle I
have had correspondence on this subject from another iron nnd steel company, which obtained a sample from
me, for analysis, the results of which
my correspondent claims as perfect.
Tho St. Mary's copper ores created
some Interest, particularly the low
grade bodies, and lt Is the stated Intention of two operators to make a
thorough investigation of this district.
The White Fish und Alkl Creek Groups
were the ones chiefly Inquired ab.mt.
but of course our replica would necessarily Include the whole of the St.
Mary's basin, where molybdenite, bis
moth, graphite, galena, etc., are
found.
The Tracy Creek Camp was represented hy only one sample, but this led
to enquiries about the "Kstella" Group
lu this ciimp, of which unfortunately
wo had 10 i-MBpU.    But It la satto-
In specking about this district, ono
had to cope wiih some ignorance as to
its siination and accessibility, and the
fact thnt good motor roads and good
cars wore tbe rule, nnd nol the exception was accepted with surprise; being representative of the Hoard of
Trade I did not confine myself to the
subject of mining, but enlarged considerably on all tho natural resources
of ihe district, such as lumbering, mixed and stock farming, hunting and
fishing, etc., and found many witling
and Interested listeners, and from
their own statements I would not be a
bit surprsod to see mnny of them visit
this section, for one purpose or another.
The delegates have every reason to
thank the hosts of Seattle for the welcome they received, the many favors
given, and the energy with which the
Iso program wns carried through to a s
oessflll conclusion. Its success will
act as an Incentive to Ihe betterment
of future ones nnd the reciprocal benefits thnt these meetings confer will
enhance the prosperity of both countries. -N. A. W1ALL1NQBIL
Just nt this lime of the year the
boys aro a little skeptical about thc
stories followers of Isaac Walton tell
unless they can back them up with
tho goods—die lish they claim they
caught.
It remained for Alderman Frank
Dunn to show the professionals a
thing or two tlie lirst of tlie week.
Mr. Dunn had been at the Coast attending tlie meeting of the Came Conservation Hnard ami came home via.
Golden. He took a fling al Premier
Lake, flirting for a time with Ihe finny
tribe there and lauding several bean-
tit's, among them being one 41 Inches
in length and lipping the scales to
exactly .to pounds.
It w'cs a whopper aud Frank was so
proud of iiis catch that tlie hoys say
ho would uot leave It for a minute
nroute homo for fear some of the
train crew, many of whom have
moth Tor fresh llsh at this lime n'
lhe year, might annex tlie monster
salmon,
The beauty of Premier was kept on
display for some time at Ihe Cran
brook hotel until all iho fishermen
could taoke 11 look, and then the alderman had It prepared for a sum
ptiious repast.
lt Is declared that this fs the largest fish known to he caught from
Premier Lake, where the anglers are
Just now 0 ijoying the very Inst sport,
several otlier good-sized ones having
been landotl In the last few days.
HATE FOK HOLDING FALL
KAMI SFTf Ml CH EAKIJKR
THAN IN FOlt M Lit YFIHS
The date for holding the fall fair in
Cranbrook has been set by Ihe provincial governmeni, September 1 and
2 being the dnles announced, whicli
are much earlier than the dates of
previous years.
The Fair Association requested an
earlier date, and It is believed the advanced time will permit of 11 pinre
auccesful fair being held tbla year.
like those one ean never tell what
may tome of such a gathering; but
there Is au impression thai more wll!
onto from this than ims com. from
my other that has been held for
some time. Whether the parliamentary roproson latlon will bo large or
not It is Impossible to say; very prob-
hly It will not be. The nveruge M.
'. Is not Inclined to get in on 11 now
movement until he is fairly sure of
bis footing. There is no doubt thai
hi the hearts of a large number of the
commoners there is a desire to revive
the old Liberal-Conservative party;
but they are content to allow others
io attend to tho resurrecting. When
ihey ure convinced thut the old floe
ceod the preseni governmeni ihey will
and the old (iollcy is certain to sue
show little hesitation in getting he-
hind it. lu short, ihey wfll not publicly Identify themselves with the
resurrectionists until the cheering
,-tngo Is reached, if it ever conies;
then up will go their hats, A number
of old-time Conservative senators
may put In nn appearance; for being
assured of their seats for life, they
can afford to follow the impulses ot
their hearts without endangering
their position.
It having been decided that, the
Canadian ambassador at Washington
shall have very wide powers, and
that ?SO,000 shall he set aside for
hint and the olllce. much curiosity is
expressed over the possible appointee. Mr. llowcll, by his own statement, had apparently put himself out
of the running; but he seems so well
fitted for the office that it is difficult
to persuade some that his name is
not be considered. Sir Robert Borden's name is also mentioned, but If
his health is not good, it is doubtful
whether he would ussume the responsibilities. Still, they would not be as
nerve racking ns ihose or the Premiership. The name of Sir Charles
Gordon, who headed the Canadian
Mission nt. Washington during the
war. Is also mentioned fn some quarters, but while from a business standpoint his fitness is admitted, there
eems to be an impression that he It
lucking in s political sense. It Is also whispered that Speaker Rhodes
would like to go. but he ls unlikely to
he chosen. Next to the Premiership
tseif. the ambassadorship Is the
most Important office in the gift ol
the government and there te the gen-
ral recognition that the host man
possible should be selected. He
should be a man of Internatlon Bland-
lug highly rated kith at home aud lu
the I'uited States whicli consldorn-
ions narrow the selection down t
four or five men. If the impression
gets around thai the ofllce is looking
for a man. one may be sure there will
lie several score men looking for the
office.
The Hudson's Bay railway is finding support in an unexpected quar
ter, New Hrunswick. Senator Fowl*
from that province having been 0
member of the commltlet enquiring
into tho proposal, seems to have become n genuine convert lo Ite feasa
blllty. The committers report will
he along these lines, recommending
thnt the road be completed as coon as
possible, On lhe location Of lho chief
port there seems to be a difference of
opinion, some experts recommending
that Port Nelson Is the only one thai
ought to he considered, and it is pro
bable that further enquiry to determine this mutter will he recommended. There is general agreement that
the routo could be used for five
months in the year. The prairie, members are putting up 11 game light for
tho completion of the line, but lo conclude that this will be done within
the next two years would stem to be
indulging lu false hopes.
J. K, Armstrong, who for several
years has- been fathering a bill the
object   of   which   Is   to   bring   vessels
sailing on the Inland wati rs and engaging In coastwise trade under the
(Continued ou Pago Four)
Gardening is s>
m by the public a
adian cities us a
tional    course
lor Inspector
itematlcally carriety
ihoola of many Coo-
part of the tduca
Dr. J 11. Putman
for   Ottawa  Publti
Schools, in the March number of tht?
\griiiilinral Gazette of Canada, published by the Department of Agricul
niie nf tin Dominion, describes the
system under which the work is done
iu the capital tiiy.
The school garden is referred to
as a big class room for outdoor lust ruction in plants and plant lite
It has many of the possibilities iu
miniature of the experimental farm.
It has to tto with the composition and
fertility of soils, with drainage, with
seed germination und with the insect
enemies of plant life. It shows In a
way that cannot be questioned the ef-
foct  of  weeds and  the  necessity of
It is certain that the program which
has beep arranged for the entertainment of visitor? at the Victoria Day
Celebration here on May 24. will please
all classes. The Great War Veterans1 Association will spare no pains
to make the stay of the visitors a pleasant one
Transportation arrangements are
now under way and these important
matters will tie concluded within the
next day or two Likewise, ttie committee on housing accommodation;-.
hoi Wen busy and visitors will find
they have a place to sleep while hen
There will be a program of horse racing with a number Of good horses
trom many points, a baseball program
nf game* between Fernie. Waldo snd
'ranbrook. and a boxing program nf
night at the skating rink, where ex-
eellent accommodations will l»e afforded tight fans to witness the boxing
matches,
Charles McCarthy and Jimmte ClaTk
will go fifteen rounds, provided one
or the other is not "stopped" before
the end of the fifteenth, for a purse of
tl.fW     Tei Foster, a Calgary negro.
giving a plant plenty <>f room if
wish   to  secure  the  highest   state  of! and J. Gorman, who te already on the
development.    Dr. Putman points ont {ground and training,   will be in the
that these things would mean nothing j semi-finals.     There will also ba good
to city children if re-cited from book** j preliminaries.
or  told  by teachers.       These  things      Seats for tlie boxing contest are now
taught through a garden  where the on sale at the Cranbrook Book und
children prepare   the soil,   sow the  Drug Company's store, and from pres-
seods, and care for the plants, cannot lent Indications   the   boxing program
be without good results. will be well patronized.
In addition to a central garden ofj At a meeting of thc committee In
oue acre the Ottawa plan involves the|charge of the celebration arrange-
organtzatlon of home garden clubs*Intents held yesterday evening, plan*
each representing a school. In the! were furthered In all directions to
three years 1917-lS-lii about 1.000 pu-! make a poslt^e best-ever ont of the
ptls from second and third book cits- j event.
ses received gardening Instruction, j An addition to the program was
Tin school board paid forty dollar.* made by giving a place to foot races,
to each teacher who managed a club [Half mile and 100 yard races were
garden. Kvery pupil member wOi
required 10 keep an accurate record
of planting, cultivating and other activities. The aim is to grow everything possible from seed. Cold frames are found to be a valuable addition to the equipment In the central garden instead of giving pupils
very small individual plots a plot 22
x 4*i feet for vegetables and 1-5 1 20
feet for flowers is given to each
class This "garden is having a per-
mtannt perennial border established
which will give a succession of
bloom as well as an opportunity tc
show the children what they may
have in their own home gardens.
decided on. prizes of 125 and $15 to
be awarded in each event. They will
be run off during the intermissions
of the hor.^e races.
After discussing pros and cons very
thoroughly it was decided to have
Mtccffll trains from Fernie to the
east and Creston from the west, planning a schedule that will bering these
train;, in at 10,.',0 a.m.. in time for
the fir-t baseball game which Is timed to start ai  11 a.m.
A special children's film will be
shown at the Rex Theatre during ths
day, particulars of which will be available in a few tiayB.
Reports were received from the
various sub-committees at work on
the different phase* of the celebration, showing that things are rounding out Into a very complete event.
A further meeting of the genera!
committee will be held on the evening of the 19th. *
MUM SCHOOL PmLS RUSK
srCE sr* TOWARDS PIA3T0
ILiPWKT  (1HIH1I   NOTES
Mother's Day was given prominence
at the Baptist Church services lafltj
Sunday. The Bible School scholar!
wore a Mother's Day badge, and in hit
sermons the pastor called attention
to the significance of the day. At the
evening service the choir ably rendered the anthem "My Mother's Prayer,"
antl Miss I.. M. Smith sang with great f
reeling the solo" Mother Dear, I Hear!  ""
Vou Calling." The unqualified BUCC6SS of the ron-
Tho Women's Missionary Circle mer j cert and dance put on last Friday ev-
011 Tuesday afternoon In the home of enlng by the pupils of the High Bchno'
Mrs. Carman. . In the absence of the | (n aid of the fund being raised for the
president, the vice-president. Mrs F. 'purchase of a piano, was such as to
Canstantlne, occupied tho chair The ! exceed the most sanguine expectation"
greater part of the time was profta- • of Its youthful organizers There was
hly devoted to the study of Bapti=' \ a large attendance at the Parish Hall,
missions in India. It was decided toj where the gathering was held, and the
havi a special "At Home" Mission*proceeds Of the evening reached the
ary meeting on Wednesday. L'Srd of 1 very respectable sum of $200.
June und to invite the members of the. a short concert program was given
mission circles of the other church- j commencing at S o'clock, followed hy
as. Three new members were added , dancing commencing at 10, wheu Mrs.
to the Circle ami plans were made 'or j Kdmonson's orchestra provided the
future  work. Light  refreshments ' music,     Dainty hand prepared prog-
were served nt the close of the meet-   rams, the work of the pupils them-
Ing, selves were much admired, and men-
The Young People's meeting will Hon should 1* made of the minuet
not be held this Friday, but commen- drill by twelve girls, which was an
ring Friday week the paslor will glv  , outstanding Item of the concert, the
1 short series of illustrated talks to I effect achieved being greatly admired.
young people on "The Wonderful
House Which Cod Caused to be Built."
Tho men of the church are profitably employed on Sunday afternoons
from 4 to 5 studying In forum style
the life of Christ. They invite others to join with them.
SOI TH DAKOTA TO!* RI STH HKRK
11. A.
I^iss and family arrived her*
week  by auto from  California.
e they hnd been sojourning for
A*lnter months, and after u< brief
stay, doparotd on route for points ln
Saskatchewan to visit with friends.
Their home la In South Dakota.
Ihis
till'
The program of the concert was as
follows:
Piano Solo  Miss Alma Sarvls
Chorus   High School
"Come Ont Into the Sunlight"
Piano Solo Miss Helen Worden
Solo   Miss Eunice Parretf
Minuet Drill   Twelve Olrls
'Cello Solo   Miss Fink
Chorus   "Tlie Harvest Moon Is
Shining"
Rod Save The King
The High School students and touchers wlah to express their appreciation of the liberal patronage accorded
to then by lb* good folk of cranbrook. 1> A ('• E      T IV (I
Tin:    r it a mi it ii <ik     iikkai, i>
Thursday, Muy IS, 1920
(li't-liiu'il under tlle gooer*
ii* unci Lotnporury InipolQii*
mal Incenllvm.   The pencil
In   tncl   Im,.  lulu ii   a
.ii ii prill riH'hii apree, lull
UicatloliB Umi Hu. i-1,... i nr
:o joy tlruiighl is wearing
Young Women
ami girls often coiuplain of myst.-r-
loiis lii'iiilm lios. vlitcli keep coming
nml going with sume. but remain
nil waking hours with others, There
is lystcry about Uiese any longer. They an caused by iiye-rtfiiln
nr weak vision. Correct glasstefl
will quickly remove the hcnilachcs,
nnd they will not return while tho
glasses aro worn. uv mako accurate glosses for all,
Raworth   Bros.,
(ll'TKIWS  I .IIU I 1.1.IIIS
Che Cranbrook herald
Publlihqd  Evary Thursday  by
WILL ,\. liLLETSON Editor
F.  A.  WILLIAMS Assistant Mgr.
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CRANBROOK, BRITISH COLUMBIA
THURSDAY, MAV  13, l!li!'.
LOOKTNO INTO THE FUTURE
Referring to the future business outlook, the Financial
Post, Toronto, a recognized authority on business mutters and
conditions, has this io say:
"The note of caution sounded by Canadian bankers apparently having
railed to check speculative tendencies
:i ill-finite policy uf restricting current
loans liiis been deckled upon. Credits
will only be granted win-re absolute
needs for conservative business ventures are shown. Under this policy
it. is expected thai current loans, which
Increased $05,000,000 during March,
may bo reduced before the end of the
present month.
"There hns been no time since the
nut break of the war in the summer of
1914 the business outlook hus heen
more uncertain or more puzzling Hum
it is today, although , of course, Ilie
apprehension regarding national safely has been removed. The situation Is
absolutely unprecedented. The upward movement of prices was In the
lirst place tho result of demand for
commodities to be dostfoyed, and reduced nmn power io produce them, iind
ft wns accompanied by financial Inflation by practically all the Imporlnnl
world nations. It has been continued since tlie signing of the armistice by u demand for luxuries and
comforts encouraged by relief felt
nt [lie ending ot the. war and sustain-
oft
uiil
llmi  Hii' )
ubllc ci
r is
luViuii-
lug
less
attentive
o tlie j
■a ii
Iileas-
nre
.mil
extra Vftg
lice.
"1
•lur
. an   alg
IS    lillll
llll'
illi'Vil
auli
liei
lot! ot rei
tljustim
111   is
mil t..
be
ollg
deterred.
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10  V
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lillll
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cea
—. i
f commodity nml
nliiir
values
—i'i
unit
continue
nml tliu
1 tlie
liiliser
li il
leu
■,, on Hn-
grontor
will
be the
real
tlou
"Sunk
time ngo
lirlor i
1 till
ri'i'.'iil
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sun
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milt
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tor   'I
losalble
vi'lmnii
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Billon.
id then
in ii
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. nwli-
wholo-
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,i  the ii-
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suggesting
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colloc-
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•eked up
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warn-
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Mint
Justlfy
monetary return to workers but has
tin
up1
ard   iiioveinciil
st  be
(be
tlill
checked and that either hy more efll-
cleul work or longer hours,production
musi bi Incronsod. The different factors which have beon largely instru-
In tlie developinen
values and the cos
ill wiih in a recent
Ml     COIIl-
of living
article by
ti when the looked
may be definitely
ot
elated is incllc-
ti ii
is uot at
tract i
led 11
log  II
o     Thii
indicate
unnppr
led   hy   reports  Ihul   ill
ia I community thoro Is
lency ta reduce stocks t<
a other words, speculnl
an only lu- interprets) huslnosB is Bons-
ii which further advances arc uot confidently expected.
"As was so fittingly emphasized by
John Moody this week before tho To-
ionto Board of Trade this eminent
New Vor); financial and business
authority said thai the problem is
not one for the government but for the
ndlvldual.
ndlcations tin
s boginnlng I
nents like the
Mm
there
Mr, Ai
■oallzo
,'emll «
mental
uiodfiy
nre del
M.   Mcintosh,   of  the   Department   or
Labor.
"Predictions as
for price react ion
expected are few. but tho following
from tho'Utlvanco tetter of the Harvard University Committee on Economic Research will uo doubt be of interest to the business community:
*• The period of liquidation In commodities which is Indicated may not
he inaugurated until autumn, when
llu- demands ou the money market are
usually the greatest of tbe year. Tlie
precise time <>f the liquidation, if it
occurs, may depend not only on tho
factors ami known tendencies which
wc can follow rrom week lo week, bu
nlso upon possible developments
which at present are unknown, ami
perhaps unknowable.'
" 'Opinions concerning the immetl
iaie outlook continue to he diverse
Among manufacturers iu various iiu
es and among some merchants the op
iniou prevails that an extended period
of liij-.li prices and tense business activity ls the prospect, but lu financial
circles ihere ure not a few careful observers who believe we are living in
parlous times und that very dlfllcult
and nn plea sunt readjustments are
Impending. The truth probably lies
somewhere between these extremes.'
"Altogether there does not appear
to be any need for serious apprehension if conditions arc faced in a sensible way. As emphasized by Mr
Moody, the saving feature of the sn
are growing nation is thai there is not that over
not, linve
Ibe cost r
realizntioi
life of tin
of the
thai tl
of all tholr
the radical*
Mr.  Moody1
rngi   Person
iiis.     Move-
mpalgn mny
el nu! bearing on
t thoy indicate a
hat  ii  is in  ihe everyday
ndividhol thai a solution
rob!em must be found, and
"profiteer" is not the cause
vim;.
if th
sin
all.
production which lias always accom
panted great  financial  panics In the
past.     Por Ibis reason it would seem
that if there is to he a period of depression as an accompaniment of the
process of deflation  it   will  he short
lived because of the needs nt  home
ami abroad     for foodstuffs, clothing
ami other necessities of lite.      Danger lies in a continuation of the spiral of advancing prices with wages and
commodity prices pursuing each otlier
and In the activities eif the radical labor elements which are seizing upon
y be quoted Hit following! the discontent which the high cost, of
Judge Qnry, chairman of living hns caused to foment uprisings
Slates Steel  Corporation, which huve In view not only the ad-
i situation: 'vanco of wages but tbe establishment
ills, as tl
would ht
politicians ami
3 them ht lleve.'
ter-of-fact treatment
vas well received, by
audience.      In keep-
a very ntte
Ing also on
opinion of
ihe United
on the prlc
" 'We think there In a moral oblige-lot some Utopian form of government
Mon on the part of everyone to use alt in which these socialistic quacks pro-
reasonable efforts to check this car- raise a cure for the present ills-real
nival in" greed and imposition even nl  or imaginary,
somo sacrifice,' snld Judge Gary.     'It .    "Canada is in as good or heller pos-
seems to ns that the problem or high  itlon to face deflation as any country
cosl of living i; ol convincing Import-! in the world.     Not only is there no
ce.    The 'hii .*t.a sing tendency Is t.i over-production, but we have our vast
■dst. upoh  payment of unreasonable!agricultural potentialities which  will
ms for every commodity and for cv-   be called upon to replenish the food
No Discount
on Canadian
Currency
Cni.il further noliee wo will ac
cepl  Canadian Currency
ni full face value, in
payment of tuition.
*$fefrl
m$m&m
s< rvlco, so thnt I
of advancement seems to he unending.'
"Business may therefore be said to
he keeping closi watch on the public
and on labor lu their bearing upon
the price situation and general business and industrial conditions. If the
readjustment is to be reached without
the accompaniment of a -panic it
would seem thai the people will not
only have lo check extravagant demands but that labor will have to realize moro fully that wages nre the
most Important factor in all commodity prices ami that continual advances, especially when accompanied hy a
reduction of hours, must have- nn Important and  direct    effect
whirl! supplies of Europe- and our resousc-
es of mine and lores! for the provision of raw materials for foreign Industry ns well us finished products
for world consumers. It Is largely
n matter of adjusting ourselves to n
position where we can produce sufli
cienl for home consumption und to
llll this export demand nnd at a price
which will compete with what other
fond producing nnd Industrial nations
are able to do."
price paid by the consume/,  This may
not mean  any general     induction  iu
.lohn  F.  Wright,  chief engineer  of
the Crowsneat Lumber Co. mill  at
Wiurduer. was hi town last week-Piid
on business.     He states that help lias
upon  the-been  a little shy  recently,  but soon
both sides of the big mill    will be In
full operation.
.lust an other reason why iliis is
the business school for
you to attend,
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large stuff of expert teachers,
office-like equipment and at-
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SUMMER CLIMATE
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SPOKANi; I3XVJ3UT SCHOOL
Spokane.
M, M. Illgloy, A, D, Kane,
I'ros. Sec.
NOTICE
l\Wt.Ml.ltS' INSTITUTE MEMBERS
A shipment of Stumping Powder is now on hand for
members at the Magazine of the Giant Powder Co., here.
Tlie cost,will be #11.511 per 50 Hi. cane, during May, and
:luc per rase extra per month, or part thereof, thereafter.
Add to this wheu ordering cartage fee from magazine
to lown or station a's follows, per trip, carrying one to live
cases. $1,511, over live cases. 25c per case straight.
W. 12. WORDEN has charge of the magazine, to whom
send all orders and pay Ilie charges as outlined above, and
include membership fee, if not already paid up.
The above effects a snvlllg of about #.1.00 per case over
the trade price.
A.  II. SMITH, Secretary,
Cranbrook (farmers' Instltnto.
Kill- this Mii'iri: nni iti:i'i:iii:\<T
CANADA'S FOREST PRODUCTS
(From  lho  Monthly  Bulletin  of Uie Royal Bank of Canada, Mny. 19?0.)
No class of commodities lias dunejannual reproduction, will not he par-
more Hum the products of of our for- mltted. Norway's forest laws nre al-
ests to nil tli** gap iu tin? export trade.our tiio same linos. The annual out-
caused by Hie Btoppago of munition put of these countries, therefore, is
shipments und the reduction In Eur- probably at ltd peak.
opoan demand for foodstuffs. Exports' Cana-da's supply, then, constitutes
of lumber, which have always been-tlie main reserve against a world de-
large, have nearly doubled in value mnnd, which, even after the present.
during,tbe last few years, The growth sharp rise In consumption Is over,
of the pulp and paper trade 1ms been must Inevitably lend to Increase with
much more recent.    Exports of those growth   of   .population and Improve
products hi tlie year 1913 did not
reach ten million dollars. For thu
year just ended they will bo over one
hundred million, coincident wiih tho
growth In the exports ot wood und
wood products, lias In  a Btrong Increase in home con«llinptIoii, raising
the figures of total production to a
very  large auiouui
The vnlue of export fl for the tlsenl
years    ending    Marcli   ..1st.   191.1 and
MUS, and Hie yenr ending February 28,
11120. ure given below:
I'll;! 1018 1020
Wood 48,200,000 51,800,000 100,000,000
1'ulp 5,500,000 25,000,000 89,000,000
Paper  0,800,000   37,800,000    112,000,000
nn-in  in tlie slnudui'd of education
I.1U1
2(1,000,000
are tlie must wide-
Automobile For SaJe
McLaughlin Six-Cylinder I.-II!) Light Touring Oar,
almost new, live good tires, for sale cheap.       This car
was personally used by owner, and is in A-l running order
—- Apply	
HOX II    -     IIKHAI.ll OFFICE    ■    CRANBROOK, I..C.
Carload of Wood
Car of 1.6-inch firewood expected about Thursday.
May 20111.      Any ilesirltig wood should write me,
A. ,T. STONE
HAKE It, IU.
Total  Exports
55,000,000 It l,jon,o.jn  201,000.000
Total  Imports
20,000,000 18,000,000
Those Industrie)
ly distributed matuifncturlng enterprise in Canada, employing more capital and paying more wages than any
other industry except agriculture. The
forest resources thnt they rely on ror
their supply are so large, Ihat an adequate survey of their extent und character has not yet been made, The
true commercial forest of Eastern
Canada is: located on the southern
slope of the Laurentian i'latnan, a
country primarily lit for foreet use.
, This area, which is all In Ontario and
Quebec, contains over 150 million of
the Dominion's estimated total of 250
million acres of land covered with
trees which could he used for sawing
into timber. In addition, it contains
the main supplies of pul,p wood, probably 500 million cords out of a Dominion total of uhoirt S00 millions. British Columbia is supposed to possess
about SO million acres of commercial
timber ard at least 200 million cords
of pulpwood. Aliltou.-ih the area of
limber lands In New Brunswick is not
comparatively large — nine million
acres--the lumber production of this
province in 1917 was valued at twelve
million dollars. Large as these fig-
tires are. the supplies ihey represent
are  far  from   inexhaustible. The
eastern United States, \tfr4ch once bad
even larger quantities m draw from..'
lias been so reduced hy forest fires and
indiistral exploitation that there is
not more than n ten to fifteen years
• apply of spruce left, for the existing
pulp mills. Much greater interest l
being shown iu Canada in the question
nf future supply. ft is recognized
ihat. unless forest fires losses are reduced, and cut-over ureas reforested
as far as possible, each year brings the
industry nearer the exhaustion of its
supply of raw material. France and
tlie Scandinavian countries are examples of what can be accomplished by
proper methods of conservation,
The outlook for the ftuure ot flic
timber, pulp and .paper industries fs
most favorable. Five years' cessation
n building, and five years' increase iu
population, have combined to make
an unprecedented demand for lumber
in tbe United States nnd Canada. The
need Is even greater in Europe, where
devastated areas have to be rebuilt.
As regards pulp and paper, general
prosperity lias created a great demand for advertising space, resulting in
a sharp increase in the consumption
of newsprint. This has not been confined lo any one country. The United States Is our largest customer, but
ihe Orient, Australasia. South America nnd Europe are all buying in the
Canadian market on an increasing
scale. Prices have soared during April. Blenched sulphite, which was
quoted early in the month at $150 per
ton, has doubled In price. Ground-
wood pulp snld a few months ago at
Ut, a ton. lt Is now about $10(1 f.o.b.
mills.
A significant recent development
hits been the entry into the Canadian
market of Spain, a country which has
hitherto obtained its Imports of pulp
and paper from Scandinavia. The
wood pulp supply or thin Scandinavian
nren te, practically sold out, and it is
questioned whether thoy will continue
shipments to the United States, which
have In the past amounted to 125,000
n yenr.
The Scandinavian situation has a
close hearing on the Canadian Industry. Production of paper, especially
of newsprint, is being greatly Increased In this country. The supply,
which is well below demand at present, may very possibly be suflleient to
fill all export requirements fn the
course of tho next few years, nud
there would certainly be the risk of
over production at that date if other
countries were able to increase their
output, ou the same scute as Canada.
The principal foreign pulp producing
ountries are the United States nnd
Sweden. As noted above, the pulp
wood supply of the former Is strictly
limited. In Sweden, the entire forest
area in public and private ownership
is virtually under a reign of scientific
forestry regulations. The increase of
production to n point which would
Oomnfehce the exhaustion of the total
supply, by consuming more than the
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Saving is a most beneficial habit, and an easy
one tu acquire.
Place a certain amount of your income in this
Bank at regular intervals. Deposits have a
marvelous way of growing and in a short time
you will have a Savings Account of four
figures. ■
IMPERIAL BANK
Cranbrook Branch,
UF CANADA
W. R. Grubbe, Manager.
Sub-Agency at Kimlirrlrv
HUTCHISON  1MI1S ANIMAL
STINT IN "GIU.AT GAMTOjK"
PI1H COMING TO HEX
Ihing kind lo the vicious wolf-dog
of the North, commonly known at a
husky, should he placed fn Ihe snillO
category of misdirected energy as trying to tench fancy work to a wildcat,
according lo those who know the hus
ky, hut ('buries lliiicblnsiu. co-star
with Anne Luther fn the new Pathe
serial release. "The (ireat Gamble,"
holds to n different theory.
The Western Photoplays Company
engaged In making "The Great Gam-
bio" went to the Canadian wilds for
exteriors, and in oue of the villages
wliere they worked Ihere were fifty
or more huskies used hy the trnppor-a
to draw sledges in the winter,
Mr. Hutchison is a lover of animals
and lhe husky wns n new breed to
him. He spent some time watching
the four-footed savages iu their corral and noticed that they are not even friendly with each otlier. The husky, it should be explained. Is really a
wild animal that no one ever atlompts
to fame ami with which liumaiis who
value their lives  do not  associate.
One morning "Hutch" reached the
corral Just as the keeper was feeding
his wild charges. It resembled, according to the nupoetlc keeper, "a
basket picnic in Hades." The huskies
growled and snarled like an agitated
menagerie. Suddenly the general
disturbance was interrupted by n
snarl of pain, One nf the animals
had bitten through the right forefoot
of an over-zealous brother animal
who was reaching for a bone.
Now it seems that husky etiquette
demands thai (lie whole pack jump
on an Injured animal and tear him tn
pieces; nny way, a dozen or more of
the beasts stopped breakfast and
made one* bop for the one with the
bleodlng foot,
"Hotter get in there and get  that
animal," shouted Hutch to the keeper.     "They'll kill him.'   '
1   "Get. In nothing." replied the keeper.     "I got a family lo look out for."
Even as he spoke. Hutch had elear-
the corral fence and was wading kilo
a sea of infuriated huskies. He knocked and kicked them rlgh'l and left tl"
be had cleared a path to the Injured
animal which he picked up despite
Its size, and rushed back to the fence
He dropped the animal on the other
side and then jumped over before the
astonished pack could recover sufficiently from Its astonishment to nt
tack him.
"Young man" said the keeper sage
ly," you're n durn fool."
Hutch only laughed. He bandaged
the animal's injured foot and by tht
next afternoon the patient had con
valesced sufficiently to he on bund at
the next morning's breakfast battle.
These huskies were used by Mr.
Hutchison in several scenes of "The
Great Gamble" which will he seen at
tbe Rex Theatre on Monday and
Tuesday of each week.
STOP, LOOK,
LISTEN; USE
MORE CARE
TONS OF NTKKL AUK IIAUOKH Tt'
STOP THAN ANY MOTOR
(Alt haih:
hec
killed
shown
oi Ink"
■ and thoughtloBs driving of
rs have cost the lives of
plo and miliums of dollars
nee the auto came into genii! the United Slates and
The reallroada of both
have been forced to pay
sums of money in damages
PUN TO 1VIN KM II HUSBAND
PITS SOCIKTV lillll, IN TIIF
nj'TCHKS OF WOMAN KIVAI
Faking her way through society.
Anielie Thorndyke learns that payment in full must be made for every
concession in "The Beauty Market."
starring Kathering MacDonald, which
is to he shown at the Rex Theatre.
Friday and Saturday.
Termed by critics the most beautiful woman hi the world. Miss MacDonald has utilized the remarkable
dramatic strength of "The Beauty
Market," for n display not only of her
beauty but also of her histrionic talent. In (his production she takes the
part of n society girl without proper
finances to enable her to continue tlie
life. Her one hope rests on a wealthy
marriage, She dreads this because
ll means   the death of happiness.
It Is not until she encounters Captain Kenneth Laird thai Amelia realizes that she has met a man who regards marriage its something more
than an exchange of beauty for
wealth. At lho very outset of their
meet Ing, however, she realizes that
her destiny is sealed — she Is engaged lo Ihe millionaire, Ashhurtou Gay-
hud. •
Fate points out the way to Amelie.
Through Captain Laird's persistence
he induces her to pawn to blm a
brooch given her by Gayiord ns on engagement preseni Instead of taking It
to a soolely pawnbroker. Influenced
by Captain Laird's contempt of those
who might disapprove of ber action,
Anielie does the unconventional tiling
of pawning her present tn Laird, the
hitter not knowing it in nn engagement present,
Encouraged that Amelie should tnke
him into her financial confidence,
Laird falls in lovo wl.th her tn find
thnt she bus deceived him nnd made
him the butt of an unwholesome scandal.     How Lulrd Is thwarted lu bis
Can les
motor ct
many poi
damage a
oral use
Canada,
countries
oui largo
li should be remembered by alt
drivers of motor curs that a train has
to run n I racks and that a motor car
has a certain amount of freedom in
this regard. It should be remembered that a motor car can he stopped
within a few feel while it often takes
fur more thai, ono hundred yards for
a train to stop. Always look before
crossing a railroad and ho sure to approach the crossing at a speed such
that allows you perfect control of
your machine.
Tiie growing list of fatalities from
motor cars is hlarpilug. In the Unit
ed States it has reuchod such a stage
that the public Is crying out against
it and In some cities somo novel plans
of punishment have been put iu force.
In Chicago speeders are sentenced to
make a slow trip through the morgue
under lho guidance of a deputy coroner. In Vonugstowii, Ohio, speeders are s. meiued In hold watch beside the de.ul body of their victim or
al the hospital bodsido of the injured
viiin. New Vork eity mak *s thi
spedeers go through practically the
same procodure nr arrest that they
would the mosl daring criminal. Photographs ami finger prints are taken
and u '"rogues' gulloiy" is malnt lined.
Grand Jury Iteport
St, Louis gives a splendid example
of bow serious tlie public are consider.) g Ihis i[ii.' -lin. in ihat city a
grand jury was in session for four
months and iwo-thiids ^ol* a lengthy
report submitted dealt with recommendations for the safely of citizens
of the city. #
Undoubtedly much of these facts
bear on accidents v" streets of the
different cities, nevertheless, it shows
how public opinion is shaping iu the
United States lu regard to careless
drivers. There is no renson in the
world why a driver of a motor car
cannot proceed along n city street or
a country road with lull control of his
machine. Automobile's are built for
bualness and plbiistue and not for the
pntpose of killing people but they are
not fool proof ami probably never
will he.
Tin- Chicago Tribune, printed nu
editorial recently as follows: "In
emphasizing the grent number of
deaths and injuries caused hy tnoior
car accidents The Tribune is trying
lo briilrf home to Ilie average motorist
that u great majority of mishaps are
the result of carelessness.
Pedestrians Curcic-*.-.
"It Is nn aphorism that an autotno
bilist must nol only watch himself
but the other fellow us well. Drivers
often are victims of the carelessnes-
of others. And this is'Just as true
of pedeslrlutis us motorists.
"Ton many pedestrians rail to observe the simple precaution of "stop,
lesik and listen," Too many pedes-
irinns Insist upon pirsonal privilege
lo the point of disastrous collision
with un automobile. A motorist may
plainly he lioyond his rights hy speeding, by thrusting his cur over a crossing, or by driving on Ihe wrong side
of the roud. The fact that a motorist
is guilty of gross law violation hardly
compensates lhe pedestrian who persists in martyrdom to oatnbllsli the
legality of his position und the law-
lessnevs of motorists.
"A pedestrian, haughtily conscious
or Iiis right to cross a street, will
saunter casually, though the pavement be slippery and though there Is
not the slightest nssurance thai lhe
approaching motor, tons of steel, will
nol reslsl Ibe brakes and skid down
upon him. There Is no question here
of the pedestrian's rights; the motor-
IM dtnrly may he at fault, but what
principle   has   been   reinforced   ufter
the pedestrian lias
hind?"
At  Kulhtii) Crossings
Investigations  have elonrl
that   often   moforists   will
proper precautious el railway cross
Ihe same manner as tlie pedestrian in
lhe n ho vi quotation Thoj hooui in
forgot thai Hie train, thousands nf
Ions of. steel  and   wood,  has   porlinps
gathered a momentum since iis last
slop that would either send Hie train
tumbling Into the ditch, killing mnny
passengers ami doing thousands' nr
dollars of damage by the sudden amplication or brakes, or that it might
skid far enough to mean tlie death of
all   those   iu   tlie   motor   car   and   the
destruction of tho car.
A swiftly moving train cannot stop
as quickly as a motor car and a pas-
sengor train carries a heavier load of
human freight than many motor cars
can do. Motorists should constantly
remember this. They should slow
down and look for npprouchllig
trains. A few minutes at a railway
crossing may save your life. It may
save the lives of many passengers.
An engineer will probably he made
unfit when ho lilts your motor car.
Statistics prove ihul many engineers
become physically unfit for their positions through just such accidents.
It takes away their nerves.
I'.SA. Statistics
According to the annual report of
the National Highway Protective Society, dated January.1. 191S, ihere
were 455 persons killed by automobiles on the national highways of New
Vork stale including New York city,
in 1912 and 837 persons killed hy automobiles nn these highways in IM?
—an increase of approximately nm
per cent, iu live years. The Society's
report furnishes proof, besides railroad experience nnd records. Unit this
railroad grade crossing slaughter was
due to recklessness and the nssestlng
companions, who almost Invariably
accompany drivers, ami thai Ihose are
the factors to he dealt with vigorously and rigorously if there is to he
a cessation of street and railroad
grade crossing accidents.
The alarming increase iu the number of accidents io motors al highway crossings with the attending
shattering of the hi rves of engine-
men and their Incapacitation for lhe
very responsible duties of tbelr positions caused the Illinois Central
Ralrload Company some lime ago. to
have observations made at certain
highway crossings on their system
for tlie purpose or noting the conduct
of persons about to cross ihelr track.
It was seen that sevens-live per cent,
of the people neither stopped, looked
or listened for approaching trains but
crossed the railway without apparently the slightest thought of the
safety of either themselves or anyone- else.
"SAI'l V. FOB THE GOOSE*
IS COMING TO TIIK KEX
"Sauce for the Goose." the latest
Select Picture in which Lewis .1. Sel-
znick presents Constance Tahuadge.
is the attraction at the Hex tlu aire
for Monday.     The story has  to do
attempt to. make Anielie pay for deceiving him forms a conclusion for
one of lhe tetiHunt dramatic stories
ever shown on the screen.
with the efforts of a young, pretty
and neglected wife to win back her
husband, The husband, John Constable. Is a writer aud lu falls under
Ihe intluen.-e of a designing widow,
who ls assisting lllm in writing a
lawk on "Woman's Struggles." Hut
Kitty, John Const aide's wife, re
marks Hint ft Is the widow who fs
struggling—to land John.
When John g""s to se, the widow
nu his wife's birthday. Instead of Inking his wife lo ihe oporn in accord
am-e wih his promise, lhe worm turns
and pretty Kitty CoiibuIjIo bogfna to
plan ways and means to punish hie
husband. The lirst step Is tn utilize
tiio opera tickets which ure already
bought. So she cults up Harry Trav
ers,  a  yOlttlg   man ulioiit-lmvii   of  lief
acquaintance, who is only too eager
to serve.
Then follows a supper in Harry's
apartment, which is ihe sume building as the widow's, and just below the
widowV. apartment..She leaves a note
at home telling her husband wliere
she Is, and when she arrives he Immediately comes In pursuit. Hut ou
his arrival Kitty is gone and she has
adroitly maimgod to lock 'havers,
widow and another man lu love with
the widow, in different parts of tho
Traver's apartment.
Not 111 next morning, ure things
explained and John Constable, who
has been gven quite n scare; Ir rejoiced to find thaf all Is well and that
his wife still loves lilm.
Constance has been called the "girl
whoso merry Inugh can be beard even
iu tlie silent drama." In " Sauce for
the Goose," she has one of the best
picture comedies of her successful
young career. Thursday, Mn) 18, 11120
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MACOONALDiS
PRINCEofWALES
CHEWING TOBACCO
,C0
L
Premier Oliver
Is After Elliott
Socks *.mi,ik«i From  Aiillior nf Now
Famous -Telegrums     Ottawa Ha>
l,i*.ull„n Hull, Vurdeu Ul
Heavy Wastage of
B.C. Forest Wealth
him Some Oaj It cent Lack of Pres.
er ration Policy* Says Ucprcspulii-
tlit* of Swedish Government
SKASON AT IIANO I OH
I'GliKST HJtK I'KKt ACTIONS
Srliimctii   Kcculnlhiiio Thai  (ampcis
and Others Would Ho Well In
Observe
Wfltli -May I the season arrived In
which clearing Urea may only be employed by those with permits, according to Information from tbo olllce of
the District Forester.
Stringent lire laws for tbe protection of life and property and combating forest Ores, have been issued for
the close season. May l to October 1 of
this year, rpovlding penalties from $10
to %\\no, for violation of thhe crimiii.il
laws the penalty rangos from two
y ears for neglect, to fourteop yenrs
for wilful breach of the tiro laws.
('amp firos have to he extliigillshod
on breaking camp. Smokers musi n->i
throw down lighted mutches or burning tobacco; no accumulation of in-
tlaiiimable debris Is allowed within 200
feet of a railway, and this must l*' disposed of as directed by the Forestry
officers — the same applies to sawmills
and right-of-way debris
Imperative orders are given to log-
Kliis camps  tu  enforce  provision of
tire fighting facilities and lire pre*, en-
live devices on engines and locomotives.
Finally, all able-bodied citizens are
placed under the command of author-1
izod officers, and compelled to fight i
fores! Ilres in case of necessity. Any |
neglect involves, iu addition in the
moro serious penalties, a charge for
all expen.-.es -in currcd by the lire warden and subsidiary officers.
For every clearing fire near u for-'
est or woodland, every open burner orj
lire for industrial purposes a permit
musi he obtained from the local forest ollicer of assistant forest ranger.
Cleveland Wheels for sule at Detail's Onrage, One of the best wheels
made.     Call and see us. 4-29-1
MMTV-NINi:   NKW COMPANIES INCORPORATED
Victoria. - During lhe mouth of
March, lift companies were Incorpor-
eatd iu the province. Four were
fishery companies; T agricultural;
fl mining; and 22 lumbering. Tlie
remainder were composed of oil exploration, brokers, importers and retail business establishments.
Save Fuel and Food—
Use
EGGO
Baking Powder
Egg-O Baking Powder Co., Limited
Hamilton,  Canada
MAY ISSUE OE 1100 AND <*! \
is  AN   INTKIIESTINIJ   JTOitffi
The leaping brook trout puln'lod in
natural lOlors on the cover uj* \,o
May Inane of Rod and Qun la Canada
i will quicken tbo pulse of every nature
love:*. This issue of Chnud.Vs lead-
h'i.' sportsmen's .monthly contai.is lhe
' tlrst installment of Harry M. Monro's
.thrilling story of adventure entitled,
'"Tho Silver King." "Tbe Kiinanas-
jkla Lakes" is the title of an iiiU-,o-.|
ing fishing story from tbe l*!bow
, River valley; it hns seve.i cieai cul
.photos to illustrate tt. Rntinycnslla
1 Dale tells Iii bis own gripping manner the story of the wild cat, iti;
[ range ami habits throughout Canada,
B, C, Cain humorously relates the
story of four llsbormen on a week end
trip to Lake ScilgOg after bass. Tbe
duns and Ammunition and Fishing
Notes Departments are up to their
usual high standard in this number.
A valuable addition to the fisherman
iis Ihe inclusion of the open fishing
seasons for the Dominion. Rod and
tiiin iu Canada is published monthly
by \\" .1 Taylor Limbed, at Woodstock, Ont
SENATOR ritlNt-l.K   OEAO
1'ruuilneiit   iu   KonteiM)   Minim;   nud
I.im Circles Before Tnklinr I'p
Pari la men tar j  Work
' Senator It. C, I'liugle died on Sunday. May 2. at Ottawa, afler aa illness extending over many months.
He was well known in British Columbia where be bad milling interests, and he also practised law in this
province for a considerable time seme
years ago He came to British Columbia in  lS&fi aud opened taw offices
at Rossland and Greenwood, After
carrying on his law work in the Knott nays for some time he went to Ot-1
lawa and took up parliamentary activities. He was Interested in a number of mining concerns In ibis prov-
■ I nee.
Victoria. — A writ was issued on
Tuesday morning, May -j. in tbe supreme court of British Columbia, by
Jos, Oliver, solicitor son of Premier
Oliver, on behalf of the Premier, against It. T. Elliott, K.e\, Cor alleged libel lu connection with the soldier settlement scheme. A claim for |60,000
damages is made.
Tha apparently is the materializing
ol the declaration that "In his own
way and In bis own time" lie would
meet tie  Kill on charges
Tlie writ stales ihat Elliott falsely
ami maliciously published of tlu> plaintiff, in Hie form of ;• telegram. April
IT.   1820,   a   statement   that   two   men
were notified   to   njipear before the
Premier in respect ol largo land areas
iu lhe ninth, with a view to ascertaining whal portions of lhe land should
bo taken for returned soldiers,    in the
course of  resulting  proceedings, the
Premier waa alleged to have made personal examination of tin. lauds and
selected some for himself, abandoning the lawful reason for tliis province,
namely, to iind salable lauds for sol-
Idler settlement, tbe result bolng tlmt
ngreomenl to deliver certain lauds to
I him at a nominal price served to keep
I a large area from soldier settlement.
i    In conserpience of these assertions,
j tlle Premier claims be has been great-
< ly disturbed iu bis office credit and n -
{putntion.
! Ottawa. - Tbe famous Dolly Varden
case has again turned up. The clerk
of the Legislature of British Columbia
has forwarded to the Oovernment hue
new legislation dealing with this case
celobre, affecting tbe ownership of the
Dolly Varden mine. Last year the
Legislature of British Columbia passed an act which took from the mine
owners the ownership of their property, and vested it iu the Taylor Engineering Co.. a creditor of the mine
to the extern of $4011,000.
The mine owners ami other powerful Interests in llrltlsh Columbia staged a strong fight here \hte winter for
ihbe disallowance of the act, but after a prolonged consideration tbe government decided not to take such action, on the ground that the proper
placo to attack the act was in tbe
courts.
Tlie Legislature has now replied
hy passing a new net denying the parties redress in the courts, or at least
demanding the consent of the attor-
j ney-gcnornl of British Columbia, The
whole matter is again transferred u>
Ottawa, and there is rather a strong
probability of disallowance this time.
Several parlies Interested iu the matter have been in Ottawa lately.
SERIES TWENTY
STUDEBAKER
SPECIAL SIX
KOOTENAI1 COUNTRY SHOULD
lit ADVERTISED, HE SAYS
PromliH-nt Toronto Man Thinks hi--
trici Sliuiild Lo Siriiin* on
Publicity
L ll. Howard, silk merchant and
manufacturer, of Toronto, spent some
days last week In the Kootenay and
Boundary districts on bis way back
to lho Kast from California. Besides
being much Impressed with buslUCSf
ami commercial conditions generally
he wns delighted with the surroundings of the district, and contemplates
returning to seitle for good iu British
Columbia.
For lumber milling and fishing,
British Columbia," suys Mr. Howard,
"lias an appeal that is uni(|iie, and 1
am convinced that if the various centres, particularly ln this part of the
country, would get together and do
some .publicity work over tlie border,
tbey would get all the capital they
wanted.
"1 am bound iu honesty to take
liack to Toronto a big story of thc
west, nnd to recommend to to my
friends for their health, and to all
who are likely to Invest money, for
its splendid opportunities. in that
recommendation the Kootenays win
take an important place."
I ■'Vou have wonderfffi forests in
your country; your trees are big and
your Douglas fir is a fine wood; bul
j 1 should say tlmt you waste too much"
jsald M. Henrlk Carbonnler, of Hen-
i askog Sweden, in an Interview nt the
Coast it rew days ago. M. Carbonnler
is honorary attache to the Swedish
Consulate Genoral, and is now on a
mission for bis government to survey tho forest reserve! of the world.
Iparticularly ihose on this continent,
wiili regard to their extent, quality,
and the methods of handling them for
the world's commerce. He has been
in llrltlsh Columbia about a month. In
thai lime he has gained a very accurate conception uf Ibe limber resources
of iliis province ami methods being
employed in getting it into ihe markets of lhe world.
"In my country we have learned in
manage onr forests so thai we shall
waslc nothing from the manufacture
i»r thorn into commercial produi I -.
and at ibe same time we tin perpetuating them se that they are actually
growing in extent and nm becoming smaller as lhe years go by." continued M. Carbonnler. "I think that
some day you will realize the mlstako
you are making in being so wasteful
now. Our largest tree ill Sweden is
uo bigger than your smallest hen-.
yel we manufacture dm lumber, ami
we don'l waste one hit of the tree
Lumber is one of out- most Important exports, and much of it and tho
pulp we make finds Us way Into lho
centre of your own empire. Sweden,
before the war. also exported tc n
large extent to the I'uih'd States
Thai may surprise you. hut il' you
keep on wasting your forests heir,
we may yet he sending your province
some of our timber.
"We have very Btrlct  laws iu   SW0
den   and  tbe owners of limber  lands,
are very careful and business-like alt-
out ihe way they use from tliem. Each
year  great   extents  of  territory  are
planted with a young growth, and. as •
I say, our forests are becoming lar- ,
get- and not smaller."
M. Carbonnler thinks thai there
hould he better co-oporatlon anions
lhe nations of the world that still pos-
-. forest reserves, to the end that
tiie world supply will not evcntuallj
he exhausted and that the stiplylng '
f tho trade may be bundled with a
greater degree of economy. He doon
uot admit thai bis mission may be
along the lines of such an undertaking, but insists thai such co-opera-}'
tion will evenitually become a necessity.
SELECT REGISTRARS
Officials In Charge »i Electoral Olsl-
riots lor Milfoil New I.Ms Being
Prepared, Being ('1him.ii
Tim seleclim og the registrars for
the various electoral districts of the
province, ethchlef officials under
whose direction the new voters' li-t-
will be compiled under the provisions of the new Provincial Election**
Act. passed al the recent session of
the Legislature, is now being made
Premier liver staled a few days ago
that the selection of the men is vow
being proceeded with and will shortly be completed, when the officials
will bt formally nppolntod.
Tho preliminary work In connection witii the preparation of the 'i.-ts
ht now being proceeded with, and the
necessary forms rt ipilred are being
prepared.
LIFT OFF CORNS
WITH FINGERS
. Perhaps you can epual the performance ot the SPECIAL SIX--but'
lyou can never EXCEL it!
Mil-Inch wheel base.     Flvc-pnMienger  Ml h.p.   Intermediate transmission
(.en nine leather upholstery. Cord tires.
I MACLEOD MAN IS NEW
H.IIMi; CHIEF OK POLICE
S. 0. Uwson, chief of jHillce of thej
city of Macleod, AltlV, was the favor- i
ed applicant for the position or chief
of police of Pernie. to llll the vac-j
ancy created by the resignation off
Chief Jos, Board man. Mr. Uwson
has had ten years" experience In po- \
|| lice work during eight of which he
has been at Macleod. He has. more-
over, three years service in tlie C. E.I
F. to bis credit, according to bis application, Tiie salary to commence
with was fixed at $200 per month. Ov-j
er flfly applicants Trom points between Montreal and Vancouver were
received. Mr. Lawson will assume:
his ofiicial duties ihere about May 12,
.     Few   Drops  "I "Prwaone," Than     i
, Corns Lilt OH-No PaJnl !
I *
A liny belli,- u]' "Klei'/nlH'" cOfltfl i-O
little al  any drug  I tore;  applv  ■.  lev
dropi upon uuy coin or rallui, iu-
• i-tally it stops hurting, then itiortly
ynu lift thai botlienome corn oi callus
right  ull  with  vour  fingers,    Truly I
N'o   humbug!        '
11. I. LIVE STOCK UOI.Nfl
TO THE ANTIPOBKS
Vancouver. — A herd of 24 purebred Holitein cattle from ibe prise
herds of British Columbia has lately
been shipped to Australia    lor   the
stockmen of that country. One livestock man from this province who
took a herd of T head to Tahiti last
fall and then proceeded in Australia,
found a great demand for Canadian
llolsifins there, and hellev»s ihis initial Shipment to be the beginning of
an increasing export to thai conn try'
of Canadian pure bred Hols to his,
After a hearty
meal, you'll
avoid that
stuffy feeling
if you chew
a stick of
WRIGLEYS
Other benefits: to teeth,
breath, appetite, nerves.
That's a good deal to
set for 5 cents!
Sealed Tight—Kept Right
-The Flavor Lasts-
ID UKOWt.Nti MtklM.
STItim.S   IS  IMM >Tl£*i
Pentlcton. — The United Seed t-ic-
trs of the Okanagan Valley c-xpei t
 I 300 acres for vegetable seeds
i year and 100 acrea for -ugar beei
ii production iu 1921. This dls-
i- t,and in fai t the whole provic.ee.
a made enormous stride.-, in tbe
i>wing of fine >eed.
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. di in ts Appendicitis in '24 hours
without pain. Registered und«r
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OFFK'K HOURS
Forenoons      t)t)f) to 10.00
Atternoone   loo to   4.00
Evening, 7.30 to   8.20
Sundays    2.30 to   4.30
CRANBROOK, B.C.
llll. V. II. MILES
DEHTIST
Office in Hanson Block
OFFICE HOURS
;i to 12. a.m.
1   to    Ii p.m.
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MONUMENTS
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General Stone Contractor, autl
Mun .mental  Work,
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in. *.*.ju» i.:. I'm ->-'<>   si i nltumn**,unt.no
Montana Keataorant
lulu il 111 Hair,
I'lfiri, llfaretle, aad laad,
CRANBROOK STREET.
Otiooilte tbe Bank ot Commerce
CLEVELAND BICYCLES--SEE THEM
FRANK DEZALL, Local Agent
POH salk. — Bn par h Evortionring]
Strawberry Plants, ion plahta liom-
'paid $5.00.    Moimul Wtgon, Wynndel,
Let ua Hii|i|i1y you with your next
.counter uulett books. We have * com*.
1 ]ilfii'  liui! und  prii-fs; are us  low  a-
tlie out-of-town fellow will nit.- you.
Tlie (-ranbrook Herald.
Iti'hlih'iin< I'liont' Mo. 40
Shop I'lione No, ,Ml
If you want news wblle It
liubicrtbt (or Ua Herald
newi,
More than
60 yrs. ago
an English chemist began tomanu-
facture BEECHAM'S PILLS.
Today they liave tlie largest
uie of any medicine ill f,
the •Olid! .     _aa«t S
ieechfSS
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Vice*
'resilient
The ('.  M.  |
aaaetl tu.. Inc.
Bnglncora
Motallurgliti
C.'liorala
-. Awsayera
Uliorot
,ry Supplies
•JilT.-Jilll.
11.2111   Willi   Sim-I
SI'OKAM:.   H ASIIIMiTII.V
V. M. MACPHERSON
I nil, rlHkcr
riiiiui K.'.ii
Korliur, A,e, aeil le I'll, Nail
Till'. HOME 1IAKEKY
Bobt I'raae, tttst.
Fresh llmul, Caken, Plei
autl I'a-ilr)
Plione 17
Norbury Ate.      Opp City Hall
Job Printing
AT THK '
Herald Office P A ll K     FOUR
THE      ('It A Nll ROOK       HERALD
Thursday, illnj 18, l»2fl
Saved
Toro
tnqcw
Thb lingers were tlmae*" of Mr.
J. \v. BeBuard, a S39 Craig at.
E, Montreal. II- says, --"A falling beam bait 1.. sum aed uiy baud.
Two fingers cen so severely
cruubed tbal tlie doe tors said tbey
would havo to be amputated. Naturally | didn't wain this, so decided tu try Zam-Buk first, 1 applied Zam-Buk daily, and by tbe
time l bad usi'd $-1 worth, the injury was completely healed, My l
ringers were saved!" v
Just another illustration of ilie   ' s
healing power of Zam-Uuk.   Accidents will happen.   It may he your   |
turn next.   Better get a boi and     '
Steep it handy.   Accidents are leas     ISOB inul
frequent  than  akin  diseases,  and     .,„,( ,.*,„.
remember this— ,,.
Zam-Buk is Ju*t aa good for
ecsema, ulcers, skin dlseanea, and
piles, aa for cuts, burns, bruises.
An druggists aud stores 60c. bui,
or I tor |1 36,    ht.fuaa aiibalituii-M,
IIUMtltOllh    OI.D.riMIK
WHO HAS BERN I.N KOVI'T,
BACK   Hi   LONBON   IIOXK
J, T. Humphreys, woll known to
many ..l.l-iiiiier> ot the rtlstrlet, and
mon es| oclnlly Cranbrook who has
boon In Egypt for somo tlmo rrom his
bome in London. lias arrived back j
in London, according to ** letter received by liie Hei-Md.
Mr,   Humphreys  was here in  1885,
am) requests a copy ot the B. C. Game
Laws,  making  enquiry ul   the  same
time regarding tlu progross of the local Umi nml din dull.     lie   locked
Premier Lake in ISM with cm throat
nun  from  Wolf Creek and says he
ran Interested to see in the   Horald
omo time ago thai ono of these fish
-f a good weight    was caught there,
le purchased Wm. Ferule's ranch iu
pied Uie place iinlil 1000
himself an old timer.
He says  Cranbrook  in  those days
is Col.  James  Baker's  ranch, nnd
i a I...us,, could bo Been on St. Jos-
ii's Prairie, exi-tyil the old customs
PARLIAMENT
Mr  tliimplireya In mill largely Int.
'estotl iii mining lieronbnuts, having
nunibi r n( valuable mlnoral claim,
ml he Ims m-eol tnltli In Glial Kool
nay's Hn in,-. Ilia friends will bo
tail in Itnnw lluil Im In onjoylne good
eilllll.
Mrs. F.C.W
wrote
this:
. .■ .j a. i iniii u: iiii iiittiu. :i: tait: it 'mo. n ni it: mi m-. :y iii:,
Ikinc
MilH I
If It's jiib in-lilting ynu are in noori
ot, telephone tbo Ileralil mnl lol mn
solicitor inli.   We nro at your service
wilb nn equipment  ontl to hour In
lhe Province.   Buy nt home umi licln
nnilie Cranbroolt a liiirger city.
■illiil
"I  lu vi. grout iilonsnro In se
ynu ti unhid dressing  roolim  I
Willi g i results whllo coohlng In n
lumber camp up tin- Const Inul summer, wlioro frosb milk v.-as unobtnln-
ublo.
"t'nnned
Ik Inul lo be used ror
ivorytlilng. nnd 1 muy miv in pnsslng
bal I Itnvi never Imd UglHer relies
nd pudillngs llinu lbo»o I mailo ivltb
'aclllc Milk."
tt'i. will prlnl Mrs. W.'s roplce nexl
line, sin- oxpressly aslieil Hint hor
in  bo  published.
PACIFIC Mll.lv I'll..
lilMITKII
Inclury at Luiliicr, II. 0.
*-...-. l-:ni-.;i^.^;i:r:.:i::l;u™|..::^m.
Ask I'or
QUAKER
BRAND
in-
Vegetables   im
KKIt   BRAND  nre
nl tho plcli frnm ln
bin's l,-i lil,- villi, y*-.
KKFI til'.V. HI..WS
ure  Icnili r  little  green   beans,
(strlngless).    The tlavor is mosl
VIM It GROCl.lt
HAS I 111.11
Uolilliilon CllIllllTS II. ('., I,Id.,
Hi-mi (Ifllce:
Vuiii'iiuver, II. C,
LODGES AMI SOCIETIES
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service of up-to-the-
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News you waat, and
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THE BMEY NEWS,
MCLSON,   B.C.
[Continued from rase Ond
I control <>i tbe Hallway Commission,
is tint)ing out that It is easier to get
a camel through the eye of a needlo
I than io get u bill such as this through
i the House, As far as argument goes,
Armstrong bas it; but arguments but-
. tor nq-parsnlps when the votes are
against yon. Uo bus demonstrated
that the Canada Steamships, which |
pretty well controls the traffic on tha'j
! greol Inkos, levies excessive charges,
that   it  dtsorminates against  certain
j ot her Interests, and makes a great
ileal more money than il should be al-
i lowed to keep. These things are ge-
nerally admitted; but withal Canada
Steamships came Bailing through.  It
, is iiii'eeteil by Qraut Morden's group,
' lu   Which  is to be In un (|  some of tin'
clovorosl  business men  in lhe coun-
, try,  nnd   tbey  linve  lho  situation  ao
! well in hand tlmt to buck them sik--
[ cosBfiilly single handed Is out nf tin
I question,     ti tlie government should
I decide to mipport   such   control no
doubl ti  would soon lto brought ahum.    Control of railway rates would
have heen a long time coming    it' 11
Iliad depended upon the efforts of a
private member,     The prairie members always back  Armstrong;     bul
from Port William east, ii is different.
If tho Canadian National survive*
jt win be because   it   ims   Inherent
stteniiiii.   ' There is every Indication
thai between now and tbe end of the
present  session   It   will   have  to   run
a long ami trying gauntlet.     The deficit of f-ti.oiio.noo is only oue or Its
I troubles,     The members of the Opposition being suspicious  that the old
(*. N, it. crowd, through the selling of
supplies and Contracting  ar*   closer
io the management than they should
be have been asking for a lol of Information   whieh   the  (iovcrnnicut   is
! not Inclined to give,       The position
taken Is that it this is not dec I rod for
j the onllglitclmenl  of ibe public;  but
! really to embarrass the road by giv-
. itif; away its business secrets to rivals.      Tbe other day thin point  wave
! rise to one of the keenest debates of
the uesslon.     And the fun Ims only
] started.     F. S. Cahlll, who used to
j have h real estate olllce al Saskatoon,
and  who since    entering parliament
(bus become known us the Opppsition's
j railway critic, staled  before a  recent
meeting of Ihe Montreal Reform Club
that townsltos along the road iu llu
| West wen  being changed to suit certain Interests.    This angered President  Hanna so that he bus entered a
I libel action against Cahlll.       There
wilt be a warm liim when the Canadian National estlmntes come lief
ert Talks
Onjhe Spud!
Impiirfmtt   Crop    te    Veglerlcit j
Sometimes — I.nle I'luiitlng
Menus Small Yield
1.0.0
F.
ki;v
(ITY LODGE, No 4:!
Hull.      Sojournln
cordially Invited.
Noble Grand,
Meets   every
Monday night
at Fraternity
g   Oddfellows
Rec.  Sec,
.1. ll.
aiuerou
W. M. Harris
When   in   S|inl.iiit|.   Ilitki-
it the
Hotel
Coeur
d'Alene
llu- Until Wllh a Personality.
KNIGHTS OP PYTHIAN
Cranbrook, B. C.
Meets every Tuesday at 8 p.m. Id
Ibe Fraternity Hall
C, U. Uurgnti'u-M, C. C.
0, H. Collins. K. R. <t 8.
Visiting  brethren cordially Invited lo attend
I ItAMIHIIIIK
FARMERS' INSTITUTE
Iteguliir Meeting
BKCOMI  NATI'IMAY  ot eucli
month nl 2 ii.m. Io tin-('It, Hall
J. SMITH
■ l{<-|ir.--*i*iil inu
iiMii'iiti: hide ami 11 it
j COMPANY
CALGARY,     .     ALBERTA
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meets lu the
Parish Hull
llrnt Tuesday
Hfteriinon ot
every iuontli
ut 2- p lu.
1're.,. Mrs. li.
II.   I.IH1II1III
fl-s-y, Mrs. J. W. Burton, P. O. Boi 621.
All ludles cordially Invited
!nun's. i>i:i is,
i '
i lilts, lloitsiMIAIIi
AMI WIKII,
j Highest Cash Prlcu Paid to
i      In- Si'i'iin-il In liiiiiiitii
AT   CltAMlItOOK    HOTEL
The Board of Commerce Is, for the
present, in a kind of bottomless bog,
Some think that it is gradually sink- \
inn out of flight. There never wns
much of a chance of fl becoming nop-1
iilnr with ti large class that has much \
interest In public life, though there
seemed to be a possibility ot it becoming popular with consumers. When
ii was started on its career ten j
months ago, high hopes were enter-J
tallied of Its success. These have
been greatly upset, The trouble
.seems to be that too little attentli
was paid to tbe legislation
which it operates, tbe bill
been hurried through Parliament bc
luiekly that the extent of the powers
It was granted were not really com-;
prehendod, The recent decision* of
the Supreme Court declaring that ns
newsprint was not a necessity of
life, as tlie board had ruled, was a
black eyo. In addition, tlie constitutionality Of the hoard itself bus heen
ailed Into 1111 est ion.
Time has shown thai the personnel
of the board was unwisely selected;
In Ibe opinion of tbe general public
Judge Robson was au able and levelheaded man, and \v. P, O'Connor had
U reputation for thoroughness that
augured well. Hut it lias been all too
apparent that they did not work well
together, and so Judge Robson resigned. Following this Ihere were
nniu.rs of a scandal that have never
been established. In the meantime
the board hns lost prestige nml prices urn attaining dizzy heights. Tbe
■ of tbe board has heroine a
source of worry   in tbe Government
: and   a   source of aiuiiseiueiil   to  the
; Opposition,
— --•■♦--•	
GENUINE ASPIRIN
HAS "BAYER CROSS"
IV. T. Macotin, Dominion Horticulturist, given some timely advice to
ranchers regarding tho potato in the
following bulletin jusi issued:    ■
potato is one of our most 1m-
poriant food crops, and yrt it is one
that very often does not receive tho
ntonttou it should. It Is Hie practice nf many fanners to leave the
plant I'm of |Htt aloes uulSl practically all tho other crops are iu. Wltll
Ibe exception   of  perhaps some   purls
of ihe maritime provinces, ihis lute
planting means a much smaller yield
than there would he if ibe planting
were done before Ihe middle or by tbe
llll] I (llu of Mav     liy Dm- did nf May or
beglnnlnt! of .lane the seed potatoes
have sprouted   a cli thai  when
these are broken off at planting llmo
iv shools will not come ou wiih
me vigor us Ihey did early in
the season, Furthermore it is im
pnrlaut for the potato to get a good
root system before Ibe hol weather
sets in.
It  is of the greatest  importance to
use good seed.      Two lols of seed of
tho  same   variety  which   look   very
much alike may give a difference of
''''*! three hundred    bushels    per acre or
I more in tlie crop, as has been shown
ole hn  experiments at the Experimental
Farm Ottawa.     In 1711), for instance,
one lot of Irish Cobbler yielded nt the
rule of ..VS bushels per acre and another -.7 bushels to the acre.       The
best  Green  Mountain    stock yielded
:..{f> bushels per acre and one of the
poorest -111 bushels per acre.
If posolblo, one should know wliere
tbf seed was mown the previous year
that lie Is about to use. it li come
from a crop, the plants off which
grow vigorously until cut down by the
frost, then, If free from disease, it
will as a rule yield a much better
crop than If it ia from stock, Ibe
plants of which withered in the middle of summer and the tubers lay in
hot soil the rest of the season. Tills
year when tiio price of potatoes i* so
high there will be a temptation lo
use small potatoes for seed. If these
small potatoes come from a good crop
the previous year the results an
likely to bo sntisfactorty if tho sea-
settlers as far as .Montreal lo sei! thatI rod is favorable. but if Ihey are
thej arc properly sinned on ihe jnur- frnm a small crop Ihe previous year
testinaiinn. when iln   plants dried up early, the
axpects    thai    lliiiisl,' i.i,ul|S ,)lls year are likely lo be weak
benefit to n consider-1 and the yield not good.     Good sized
BROWN AND OX-BLOOD
SHOE POLISHES
THE GREAT HOME SHINE
ALSO FOR BLACK, TAN AND WHITE SHOES
nmF. K DAIWYCOBPORATIONSLTD., HAMILTON. CAM,
Thinks Many New
Settlers Coming
I'nl I lliiink ui' I. I'. II. I iilimlx.
utlnil lli'iiiirinii'iit Is l|nlln
ll|itliillnllc
Col. Iii-iiiiis.    in   an   intorvli
cently glvfln onl ul Victoria, suy
"British Columbia mul iln-
ut Wisli-ru CllllHlln will sen u lury
lullux ot iii'.v settlors of u very iles-
irablo olass nils your." Col. Dennis
is the t-liit-r commissioner ot the de-
imrtment of colontzatlon ami deveion-
inont ut tho Canntiliiii Piicilc Railway ami itopnrtmenl of which lie i.*
the licail In making a special elTorl
in nsslst settlors In Betting locntcil
on Uu lr.mis nl' iiu- provinces of tiio
Wesl.
"ill ,irtli'r lo tncllltnto mutters In j
ihis province Col. r. Hnngei-ronl I'ol-
leiu has boon appointeil colonb-ntiou
agent for British Columbia, with his
hciuliiiiartcrs ui Cranbroolt, Lt.C. llu
will ilorotc his enemies lo Hunlhernl
British   I'nl Iiiu.   anil   lhe   Ciilllinli'll I
Idler Valley. Wltll 11 view to tailing i are nl* Ihe lll'llish umi uliier set- '
tiers enteriiifi t'nuniiii tlirotigli the
easlorn gntoway, Capl. AtcDufr hus
been appointed lo meet Uu BtcainorH
ui si. John, unil accompany the new
I'lllMI   I'UIIIIS (Hill IMZATION     ll'lll.l'IIIV   VAJIKII   I'lll SIIHM'
UK   KCT'l'l.i:   V U.I.IV   lltli. I\ K\
I'll  SI I I I III .Its. .1.  II lillll \
issiil'iA'i'Hii iiiiiiii) or tiitin:
Ai ;i mrcllnu nf iho l-'emle Hoard
uf Trade lndd lasl Thili'sduy lhe mailer uf Hie iil-fiaui/uliiiu of an Assiula-
loil Hoard of Trndo for lOnsl Kuuien-
i y .wn i discussed, and Hie Fernle
board tloclurod Itself lu full sym|iatliy
Willi   ll:e   idia .      ll   wns   pollltOll out
Hun Cranbrooh and Windermere ure
nslo in accord with mis'endeavor. The
I'rrrn.. hoard tlocidoil in sond a del*
ogalion nf leu membors to attoiiil the
joini mooting which is en lie held ul
Itivernieri. mi May L'Stli when lhe proposed Associated Board will he ot-|
lii'lnlly organized.
Tlie Pernio Bonrii nlso exieudcil uj
warm Inviiatinii tn Uu- members of
the Vancouver Hnard ur Tmile. who
nre expocllng In liny a visit to Ilie I
West Kootenay tlistrlct early nexl
miintli m cnlnrgo their itinerary so
A    lltispiltcll    fl     \Vlllllt|iu»   says:
"Al a mooting nf Hn. illrot'lnra nf Hie
Kottll Valley ItnilWn) wlii.ii opor
ales   lillll   mill's   ni   railway   in   lll'llish
Columbia, hold iu  Mi nl uu .Mai
S, ll. I', rnleinan. nf W'lnniplfi, wus
elected   presiilelll   In   BltcpeaalOll   In .1.
I J. Wiirri'ii, of Tnnnitn. who retired nn
aocoUltl of pressure nf alitor duties.
[ The reniulnliiK directors nf lhe
1 company ure: (Irani Hall. 1. (i. Off-
den, \V. II. Maclnnoa and A, H. Mc-
Tler of Montreal; .1. .1 Warren, nr
Toronto; nnd A. >'. Flninoffoll, nf
Victoria.
Tlte ollleeis ill cbnrgo of the properly will hereafter report in the president's oitu-e ni  Winnipeg.
tn
clllilo  Ki
iuenay  section.
mul part uf the
Cleveland  Wheels  fur sab
nl   llez-
all's annuo,    Hue nr lho be
il wlleels
made.      Cull nnd sin us.
l-::ii-l
' nny   iu  their
j    Col.   Dennis
Columhld  will
i able  extent   I'rom  the
) from   (Jrent   Ilritnin
', well-to-do   ex-ofllcerB
- nnd other citizens wh<
gi noml   exodus
tf modonitely
oi' ihe army
nre coming to
Canadn with .
mn-nont home
view to mnhlng a per-
here.      Aside from  he-
sets of from one and a bait to nvo
ounces linve been found the most satisfactory, taking one year with another, although If the season ia particularly favorable smaller sets will
produlo a good crop, bill one cannot
coming settlera   on tbe land,   many! tell what the ueasou will be, hence i'
will nlso be seeking opportunities for] [H better to be ou the snl'e side.
investment in nn industrial wail,
he looks upon ihe prospect    as
i In Canada is, rows two and a
NEURALGIC PAINS
Glvo Way te Soothing Hamlin'*
Wizard Oil
Hamlin's Wizard OU It a safe and
effective treatment for headache and
neuralgia. Rubbed in where the pain
is, it acta is a tonic to the tortured
nerves and almost invariably brings
quick relief.
Its healing, analeptic qualities can
always be relied upon to prevent infection, or other serious results, from
sprains, bruises, ents, bums, bites
and stings. Just as food, too, for
sore feet, stiff neck, frost bites, cold
sores and canker sores.
Get it from druggists for 30 cents.
If not satisfied return tha bottle and
get your money back.
Ever constipated or have sick
headache? Just try Wliard Liver
Whips, pleasant little pink pills, 39
(X.MS.   Guaranteed.
(HAS. S..P41IKt.ll
Forwarding  nud   Distributing
Agent fur
Lethbrldge and Ureriililll Coal
1111,11'llul (III Co.
lllstrliutlnn ('are a tipeelalty.
UrinliiL' mnl TriiiiMiiiiiii;
Qlit-n prompt atteutlun
I'lioue 83
1 lUNUKl.Oh
niTTUlK
IIOSI*
TAL
I'rlwii,* Nur
-ing II
line
. LltJeliatd  by  l'i
ivlnclu
1   Oovt.
liiiirriiii) iind Ueueral
Nursing
Ma.sr-ugi  and lies
t Cure
Highest
Kefereuces, term^ motl
crate.
Apply Mrs, A. Ci
awfori
. Mnlion
Phone »*-■-*>
l'. u
Hux Mi)
Address. Garden Ave. Cruubr.iok
Hint   should   occupy
every community.
aud      Tlie distance of planting which bat
ono been found most economical in mosl
iln
attenl
3 Dyed Her Faded
Skirt, Also a Coat
"Diamond Dyes" Make Shabby Apparel
Just Like New—So Easy)
Don't worry about perfect rosulti,
I'fo "Diamond Dyes," guaranteed to irive
u new, rleli, fodelosH color to any fabric,
whether wool. »ilk, linen, cotton or mixetl
goods,—dresses, blouse*, Btocklngs, skirts,
children's eonts, draperlesi—everything!
A Direction Iluok is in package.
To match nny material, have denier
show you "IHamond llyc" Color Card.
SALVATION AIOIV  NOTES
halt to three feet apart, and aet« a
I toot or fourteen Inches ayart iu tho
jrnws. While i|iilte shallow planting
has given t hehigliest average yields
al Ottawa, it is quite necessary to
plant about four inches deop for Held
culture to enable one lo harrow before the potatoes are u,p without
pulling up the sots.
Tlie varieties which have been most
generally satisfactory in Canada are
Irish Cobbler as au early potato and
Green Mountain as a main crop or later variety. otlier varieties w
cannot be distinguished from Oreen
Mountain and are included iu tlte
Oreen Mountain group are Oold Coin.
Uncle Sam, Wee MacQregor and Delaware. The Dooley of the rural
group lias done well in the warmer
parts of Ontario, und In coast climates Burbank is also popular,
i
Mi;
w
AX   l:l'II.MI.llll tl.   Ill TV
ot every unin lire nsor. II Is In
iiiok lulu tlie iiilvtintnges nr saving   Ids   warn   tires nud  limiting
tllOm   gO   us   till'    us    I'nssilile   liy
having us vtilcuuinc llioni, In
lllese days nr liiiili coal tiros li
Is almost u neees-siiy tni iiu- average car owner
CriiiiliriHik Vulcanizing Wkd.
IV. It. ItllllllS, l'rii|i.
I'l e 1117        -       -     Hox  IM
Onunnlto Hunk id Co vi
Cain
Tiller-
Tulilcts   without   "Bayer  Cross"
nre not Aspitin at all
II. dray nml  Lieut. II
stein. Olliicrs.    I'lioue 203,
Sundry. — n a.m., Hollnoss Mooting,     t.iiii nm..   Holiness   Mooting,
COUIO In Silllduy Sellliul lit ll |i.tu.
Monday.      \. P, Mooting nl 7 inn.
Thursday. Homo Looguo Mooting
nil Indies Invlled, ut 7.11(1 p.m.
Don't forgel to send llinso old clothes In ihe Army Social Dopnrtmont,
nh— '•y^s..,r\^m.mr\f,m..t]ftn >.r\fi,n.se\%sm.etym,er}Jmsf2
Cranbrook Cleaners and Dyers '<
V.  \\.  HII,I.IS.  Manager.
Korcinogl Cli'iuiiTs nml Dyers nl Everything
y   * riii.it.- i.->;       (itAMiitooh, ii. r. iiiijc ;■:    ''
GWb~-*W^*"«»»jV'Ms«|<ti   t,SitX, mssflii   wnflai   usfi/"wek)Q
■W
ejfst,    SINCE 11870      iBjM '■'
Shiloh
ATLANTIC SAILINGS
Bfi~_ .	
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POR PAINTING
-AMI
PAPER HANG ING
Etc.
Telephone
JOHN HARD
Phone No. ei»
iiiaii Tin; iiKitvi.ii ami (ii'triii; I  Cranhrook,   .    .    .B.C.
iiihtisii nii.nniit
I'ltflSI'KCTOItS'   ASS0CIATI0>
Knsl Kiuili'iiiii lllslrlct
Organization complotod Jan. 7,
1020, membership roll open for ihe
enrolment nr prospectors, AppH-
iiiliims und eurres[ioiideni'e Willi
suggosttons lending to pmmuir the
Interests nt prospectors Bolicltoil,
Annual momherahlp fee, $.r>.oii.
M:\VS   IIM.V Ki'J.OII I'Klt YKAII
Cei genuine "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin"
in i, "Buyer" package, plainly marked
with tlie safety "Bayer Cross."
The "Bayer I'ros." i. your only way
of kriewiug tiiat you are getting genuine i
Aaplrin, prescribed by physician, for
nineteen years and pruved safe by mil- I
lions lur lletiilaeiie. Neuralgia, "Colds, \
llheilmatlsnii Lumbago, Neuritis, and for !
1'iliil ceiieriilly.    Made  iu Canada.
Untidy tin boxes of li tablets—also
larger Bixeil "Bayer" packages.
Aspirin is ttie trade mark (registered '
in Canada), of Buyer Manufacturo of
Moiinai-fl ieaeiilesler of Salieylieaeid.
I'llOVIM'IAI. II. IV. V. A. TO
IIKKT IN I'KII.Mi: XKXT IIOM'II
Tlie   Provincial  eonvuid Ion • of tho
Groat  Wur Voternns! Aoflocintinn  of
('iiiuidii. meols in Pernio Juno 4 iiniij
5.   ll   Is  expocted   thero  will   lie  n, Lapinnil
large iiitenilniieo ul ilie gathering,   i Finland
TOR SAI.K. — I.lmlied quantity nf
Strawberry I'lunis. Mnnratl Wlgen.
Wynndel. Il.r. Ii*li*2|
I'iiii'i'peuii   llalilellelils   Tuiir.   cull.
dueled   hy   llle   Iter.   Ilnlirl't   IIltd	
Kuslu, Il.r. I'm I; lenses In Julj: re*
turns end nf August, ('Ircuhirs on
nppliralluii.
IVIIITi: STAIt   IIOMINION LINK
Molllrcul. Illieliec, l.lverpuul
Mogantio ... .Muy 22, .lime 111. .Inly 17'
I'linnilu ... June 12, July 20,   Aug. 21
AMMIM'AN MM)
Veil Viirli-rlii'i'liiiiirg-Siiulliiiiiipliiii
I'lilludelplilil .Muy 16, June 12, July ill
New Ynrk . May 22, June ill, July 17
SI. I'nul  ... May 211, June 211. July 241
m:iv voiik. ii a miii hi.
.Miiiii'liiirlit .. Mny s, June lil, July :ti i
Mnngolin ... May 22, July  :i. Aug 14
KKII STAIt I.IM:
New York, Siinlltani|iliiu, Antwerp
-May   S, June 12, July 17'
.Muy 15, June 19, July 24
Kroonlund .. Juno 6, July 10, Aug. 14
WHITE STAIt MXK
Xoiv  A'iirk.(|iiPi'iisliiwii.l,lier|iiinl
Collio  Muy 15. June lil. July 24
Hnlllc   .Muy-22. Juno 20, July 111 i
jNciv Yurk, I'hi'i'iilmiirg, Noiilliniii|iliin|
idrlntlo .... May 211, July 3. Aug. 141
Olympic   July 8, Aug. 4, Aug. 28'
' New York,' l.lbriillci. -tuples, l.'eiiun I
Cnno'plc   May 12. July   7,
••■•'" Crotlo   May 2li, July 211
u r-J-jiTTCmji
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jtlrfliotnst Clnnrli
SIIMHV NEXT
ii a. ii „ iii vim: iv i i km ii i i'
7180 I'. M. -IMvlue Worship.
Preaehert BEV. K. IV. l.m:
Vim a it Inviii-il
IIU.,l!lU|I.IMillllll.ll-...U1J!l:ll ll.TUI lljllll lUllUI 1U>
Consolidated Mining k Smelting Co.
of Canada Minlled
Offices, Smelting and Heflnlug Department
TRAIL, 11R1TISH COLUMBIA
SMKI,Ti:itM     AND      ItKI'IMItS
Purchasers ol Oohl, Silver, Copper anil I., nil Ores
Producers of (lohl. Silver, Copper, Bluestone, I'lg l.eiul anil
Zinc "i AllANAC" Brand.
i iiiiiiii I.ji.;.. 'jnLi.i^''-jjlii
POR SAI.K
While
well known t'hal  Aspirin   Strnwlii rry I'lunts
Sii|ierli Kverlieiiiing
lull iiliinl* hii-l : '''"'' 1'l»''''>'"li"U« nml llckels apply
uieiins Layer nurture i,,,...!,,' th'.|palll »-,,,„; ',;„„,„ WI(!J,, Wyl,„,lol, o" l™' W'"* '"' ''"""""'r'8 ""^
[nibliC nifalnat I nil tut Ions, tiio Idliletx of
It.iycr (*inn|miiy, Ltd., will tic
Willi    lliuii'   neutul   Untie
"timyw ime."
ilai
U.r.
Sargent,   lil!)   Sccunit   Avenue
ti-r.-^csi'iiiiii1. WnfllilnglQii,
Sulivcribti tor Uie Herald, l'i year.lKKAD TUK MKHALU, HM A IKAM
REMEMBER THE SUBSCRIPTION
PRICE OF THE HERALD REMAINS
THE SAME-ONLY $2 PER YEAR Thursday, May 18, 1020
Till)      CltANBROOK       HE It ALI)
PAUK      FIVB
I
I
I
Desiring to co-operate with the Great War Veterans1 Association in
making their Victoria Day Celebration, May 24th, a complete success, the following merchants will close their stores in the afternoon
and re-open in the evening to accommodate visitors to Cranbrook
Premier Make Wishing TJackle
lin mil miss looking nl onr display.
Tim musi iimiplele assortment nl Hulls aiil Tackle In
lhe olty.
IIO MIT  FORGET—
Wo mny n largo Block of CHINA ami DINNER WARE
AND
All kinds ul WOODENWARE nml KITCHEN UTENSILS
We will he upon till one o'clock, Muy -I imd trom n llll 9 In evening.
Visitors m eelebriiiliui ure cordially iuvlntrd tn visit us.
MOFFETT'S VARIETY STORE
Seed Potatoes
"WEE MACGREGOR" ami "GOLD COIN"  VARIETIES
Hood Clean Stock
 ORDER NOW  ■ fj_
LITTLE & ATCHISON
Plione     ■*"'   -     76    •
»s
Ladies-
We have the only exclusive Ladles' Wear Store
in the city. Oui- lines, too; are exclusive, our
models up-to-the-minute.
CALL AND HE CONVINCED.
W. D. HILL
Agonta I'or lhe London Lady Shoes for I-adies	
GREAT WAR VETERANS'ASSOCIATION—
All Honor Tn Vou
The Slocan Mercantile Co.
iMcUWlVS STORE)
WISHES VOU WELL
Fnr the convenience ol yourselves and Lhe public Rcnernlly we will
Keen open store in ilie morn INK until norm, iind again in tlie evening,
TAILORED SHTS       -       MEN'S WEAR
WATCHES .V JEWELRY     -     OPTICAL GOODS
HANSON BLOCK     -     -      CRANBROOK, B.C.
MY PRESCRIPTION DRUQOISTS
are
BEATTIE-NOBLkLtd.
thi: hi:\ai-i. store
WHERE IT I'IVS Ti) I.UAI.
■ii   VIOAIIS   IN' Ill'SINKSS   —   ST1I.I.  IIOIXII   STRONG
Victoria Day, May 24th
STORE OPEN IN MORNING FROM !l a.m. UNTIL NOON
POR BENEFIT OF OUT-OF-TOWN CUSTOMERS,
ICE CREAM PARLOR OPEN MORNING AND EVENING.
JOHN MANNING
I'hiines 11.1 ami i;:i
m
mm day
Spend Victoria Day, Monday, May 24, at
Cranbrook
attending the monster celebration under
the auspices of
Cranbrook O.W.V.A.
SOME FEATURES OF THE BIG PROGRAM:
RACING
FIVE. CARLOADS OF PRAIRIE TROTTERS AND RUNNERS WILL POSITIVELY RACE AT CRANBROOK ON VCTORIA DAY.
Free-for-All Trot nr Pace, 2.26 Trot, L'.30 Pace, 3-1 Mile Dash, fi-S Mile Dash, Local
pony Race, Open Pony Itaee.
ALSO FOOT RACES       HALF MILE AND 111(1 YARDS — OOOD PRIZES
BOXING
CANADIAN WEST CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING. .Main Houl — C. McCarthy vs.
,1. Clark. 16 pounds. ,1. Gorman vs. Tex Foster in the semi-finals. Hood Pre-
llnarles.      Seals. $4.00, $8.00, $2.00, now on sale'at Cranhrook Hook and Drug Co.,
Cranbrook, B.C.
BASEBALL
BASEBALL TOURNAMENT BETWEEN WALDO, FERNIE. AND CRANBROOK.
First prize $160,    Second prize if 100.     flames called for 11 a.m. aud (i p.m.
City  Grounds. '*"• ,
DANCES
PubllcDances will lie held in tlie evening, following tlie boxing bonis. Three
Hours will be-provided, with good music,
and arrangements linve been made so that there will lie nn undue crowding iu any
one linll.
Nelson G.W.V.A. Band in
Attendance
Special Trains from Fernie & Creston
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION WRITE SECY.
&
Cut anb iztujrnlicb (frlass
There Is something so attractive about our new Class Ware
thin visitors invariably stop tn admire our showing.
We keep only that whieh has the real merit of quality with
the distinction of tasteful selection added.
Good values are always in evidence.      Nnoe carried thai
isn't worthy at the price quoted.
W..H. Wilson
Jeweller
E. A. HILL
CLOTHING     -    AND    -    FURNISHINGS
For Men and Young Men
C. 0. JI.
"MASSKY" and
"RED MRU"   BICYCLES
ARE  FAMOUS
fur easy riiiiiiinp nuil long service.    Thoy nre built to slay on-
•if the i-epr.fr shop.
Ill'll  STOCK   IS  I'Ojri'l.KTF.
AIho accessories nalore
Patmore Bros.
RAWORTH   BROTHERS
Jewellers
Opticians
Baker Street   .   Neil Pojf Office
BOX PLANS FOR THE BI« FIGHT .
SOW HEAIIV.
COME IN AMI BOOK EARLY.
Cranbrook Book & Drug Co.
Hay I'hone U     it I     Might Phone S»
CRANBROOK SADDLERY
Co,
TRUNKS and TRAVELLING GOOD*
GLOVES, SADDLES. HARNESS, Etc.
". Opposite Can. Pacific Rly. Depot
Matting Suit Cases
I1IRECT IMPORTATION FROM JAPAN
These were hough! right, and will be sold the same way.
Come In seven sizes.
The prices run from , tl.uil to *I.7J eaeh
F. PARKS & CO.
Ill) BAKER STREET   •    CRANBHOOK
MCCREERY BROS.
CltAMIIIIKIK     *.     B.C.
General Dry Goods Ladies'Ready-to-Wear
-    AND i-
Clothing   ::   Furnishings   ::   Footwear
This is your store, make
use of ll. Meet your
friends here. Rest room
and special accommodation for ladies.
FINK
MERCANTILE CO.. LTU. PAGE SIX
THE      CRANBROOK      HERALD
WANTED
A tenant to look after and farm a hay nud cattle
ranch, situated on tbe Kootenay River near Sniiil Creek,
consisting of 376 acres, loo acres improved, good dwelling house and other buildings.
For full particulars apply to
BEALE & Kl.HKI.I,       .       - CRAN BROOK, B.C.
REX HI
tmiist'iiit'iii I'm- Kxrelleiiee
I IlllltV X MM nun
hiillierlne MncDoilllld
in
"THE BFAUTV MARKET"
I'nj Tlnchci'
in n Spi clal Christie Cpinedy
entlllcil
"ROWIIY ANN"
MOMI.U   AMI TliSIIU
"SAUCE Hilt
THE GOOSE"
featuring
('onstnnee Tnlnmilge
'The GREAT ...HUH.I.'
Episode :i.
I.I.IIVII COMEDY
I'lililk'il
"soft jiom:i"
hkhhsiiav ATillTtsntv
Dorothy Bnllnn
Willi
"IIIS WIFE'S I'TIKND*'
Topics nf tin' llnj
nml
llrlllsli.l'liniiillilll rutin' Nimvv
ety-ntlon   ui   lu-  In-ill  in  Cranbrook.
Main  ii ;i lioine-ciiiiilng event.
■I-   -I-   +
Ol'i'llnrilH  anil   vi'i'i'laliiin   generally
around Creston is looking lino Bineo
till'  WIM-lll   I'ritll   "i  tlte  I'USl   III' llll-  Wl'l It
ami tin. Inhabitants «i linn Bocilon
an' looking I'm' groul |H'tis|ii'i'ily this
s-'i ii anil muring a  bl-oml smile.
II I It T II
SINCLAIR On -May
C'ollnge Hospital, Cnuiliro
mnl .Mrs .1. I'. Sinclair, a
i Uu
Rev,
-,. ,, .i. .*■ ,, ., ... .s, tuttut t*)
COMINU BVBNTS «
... .. ,.;, ..;> .;  .-, ... ...,-.. .i, .,, ,f.,!, j
ITI'I   I'OI'M'II. Ali-
lai session "ii Tinirsibiy i
ll), in Un- city llnll
hkx THEATRE
timing tin- week,
.■mi
Thursday, May 18, lil'.'o
Social-Personal
iiiHiKiKii'tutitm tor UlO
who ure expected to
Victoria Duy.
large number
ome  here  on
tl. S. Ci
lust  FrUl.i
stlc I'hfla.leliihiu, w.
herci   Mrs, Sauto is quite
Imonla ut her home.
ill  with  pneu-
(i.  K  McParton,  Waldo,
last week-end.
J. (i. Billings of Pernie, was here
last Saturday.
J.   I'.  l-'ink     waa 1»  Kimberley on
Tuesday on business.
uud    Airs.    Saiinders.    DaytiOE
A*oro here last Thursday.
liere; ('. M. Goodman, C.I'.H. agent at Sirdar, who hus been quite 111, Is able
toe bt ut his post again.
C-laildo Uo,
ill lhe city Iiii
Klugagato, vviim ii guest
first of lhe week.
The rain of the past few duys Is
making vegetation hum. Ranchers
report great good is liein^ accomplished.
Elliott Crowe, of Trail, who has been
hero the guest of Ills brothers, Lloyd
Crowe, Wycllffe, and Arthur Crowe.
iliis ciiy, lias departed tor his home
Work on ihe local hall diamond may
James A. (ireer, Newgnlo, B.C., whs bo completed In lime for u game which
guest In the city last week-end.       j -« Rcltciltlled to lake placo on 3 lay
_ Willi the Wycllffe nine.
tl. I)   1-uwsoii, Morrin, Alherta. was —
guest In the city lusi  week-end.    i    Thc commit toe   having the tusk of
[ raising funds fnr tho erection of a war
Clourgo Custer, the Wusu lumber- niomorlnl ott the plot sot nslde on Ha-
nn. was here the llrnt of the wook.    j ker Street, Is nclive and earnestly cn-
ihnvorlug to imike tho undertaking u
success.
!.'.   Uligluy,
er.  was hoi
Pi'ovtnelnl mining
•   last   week-cud.    !
W. F. Cleland
ud .Miss Cleland, ol
here last week-end
Mrs
liodii program ail |^.lt,. is
Over tbe Cea Cups
Insure willi Beale & Elweli.
+   +   +
Tliore'U  in; something  iloitt' every
minute in Cranbroolt mi May -lih
iln- ditto nl' llu: big celebration.
+   +   +
Cleveland Wheels for snle nt Ui:z-
nll's Oarage.    Ono or the hc.il ivhcols
maili'.     Call mnl sec us. -l-III-l
+    +    +
Charles Knoche, former C.I'.H. ocn-
iluclor lir.s purchased tin: Club cnti:
ami will operate tlie place In the ru-
nti'i'.
+   +   +
When writing In your friends r,-m-
inil llu'in of lhe big Victoria Day col-
iiii: iiiiii-iiiiatiov or thi: mtv
OK   I HtMlltllllK
si i.i:  Oh'   IIIIIAI I us to  \i i \ II ns
Sovoral complaints have beon made
in tin- Police Comnilsslouors Unit
Merchants nn- in iiu. custom nf sell-
iiiK I'iBiii'i h ami Tobnccos i.i cllil-
ili-on iiiuli'r Hit: anc ut' sixteen.
Tli.. Pollco Commissioners, thore-
I'nri'. rciiuesl Umi all Merchants refrain rrom selling Tobaccos of any
Itlnil tn such children. Iliis In lug contrary in I'H' provisions of lhe By-law
in  this respect
Further Infractions will be severely ill-all Willi.
'I'. M. ROBERTS,
City Clerk.
Cranbroolt, B  >'..
Mny in. in.ii.
NOTICE   I'd I V( LISTS
(it) nl' ( rniilii'iiiik
Hub
•I'll
,1-alks in ih
■niniiiiin prni
n that -an
: ml offender
r bicycles nn tin: Bide
ciiy having become ■
i:. notice i.* hereby glv
is strictly prohibited
cuught continuing lb
l.rni'lli e will In' lir
By order,
l-i I.
I'. ADAMS,
Chief nf
Crnnbrook, Il.r.,
April llll. lliL'ii
VICTORIA
DAY
at CRANBROOK
MONDAY, MAY 24™
HORSERACING-FOOTRACING
BASEBALL TOURNAMENT
CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING
Penile, Cranbroqk nml Waldo will ImUle lur championship i>f baseball league.
Knsi racing program*, Including horses from Calgary nmi
other prairie points.
Charlie McCarthy nml .1. Clark will nieel in u IB-round
limit, wiih .1. (Ionium nml Tex Poster in Ihn semi-
liiinls.     Two good preliminaries,
Pool Races hull' mill' nnd 100 yards: isl prize $26.00,
Becond prize $16.00 in each event.
Speeinl trains will run Into Cranbrcoll from Pernie and
Creston and all points between, reaching the eity
at 10,80 a.m., returning same night.
The Biggest Day
in Cranbrook's Sporting
History
A. M. Owen Fertile, mul Miss
lotliol, wen* hero lasl week-end
,i. (}, inul Clarence m.uiku- *
lie, wore liere tlie first of the
week.
Mtex V. Slmttiiek, Morrin. Alberta,
was il guest in Hie eity last week-
end.
A, i'. BowncKS, wlio was In Swift
Current on tiusinest; Inst week-end,
lias returned.
Sum RfldclifTe of tlie |,. l>. Cnfe,
has Knne to Nelson to visit wiili Ills
parents for a few days.
Hev. ll. M. Lyon of the Presbyterian Church, who was in Creston Sunday, arrived home Monday evening,
Alderman Frank Dnnn has returned home from the Coast where he was
attending a inettlng of the Game Conservation Hoard.
?—,
Father Lnnibot. of the St. Kngene
Mission, departed Monday for his old
homo in Belgium, which he has nor
visited for many yenrs.
Miss Meta Patterson and her mother have departed for Toronto where
they will reside in future. Miss Paterson wa.; one of the staff of the Canadian  Hank of Commerce.
Friends of James Greaves will he
Klad to learn that "Jim" is improving
under the treatment he is receiving
from a specialist at Denver. Col., he
having none there recently ln secarch
of relief from rheumatism.
(', M. Edwards and J. Laldlaw oi
Cranhrook wero in Fernie last week
cruising tlie Farqnhnrson timber limits, which were burned over last year
They will be expert witnesses In the
G. N. It. damage suit which is to come
up at the forthcoming assizes.
The names of Manager McQuaid of
tin Canadian Bank of Commerce nud
Mrs, McQuaid were iundvertanlly omitted from the list of those in alend-
ance at the oflldiil opening of thej
Cranbrook Golf Club last Weilnesduy.
whicli list was published In our last
week's issue.
Hairy Gamble, ihe iiiluluit man, who
has heen at SUvorlott on some coil-
tract work, arrived here n few days
ago, and Is ai his placer claims on
Wild llorsu Creek getting things in
shape for operations.
Friends here of William Kiddle, the
well-known .sleepitij-; car conductor of
tho C.P.R., will be glad to learn that
lie Is able to bo oui again. .Mr. Kiddle was so unfortunate as to lose an
arm while iu the discharge of his du-
tlse with tlie railroad list Novemher
at. Creslon.
mmsi
C. 11. and Sperry Phillips were in
Creslon last week and made purchases In the soldier-settlement tract nt
Lister. Voting Phillips has just returned from taking a course In agriculture at the 11. c. University and
will start development on his new
holdings almost  immediately.
Mr. Wulker, C.I'.H. roadmasler nt
Cranhrook. was a visitor here las?
week making arrangements for putting lu u new strectch of siding,
which will provide better loading facilities! Nothing deflnie has yet ken
heard as to the locating of a station
agent at this point.- Kitchener correspondent of lhe Creston Review.
A noteworthy visitor to the city at
present Is Miss Amy McKowan. who
recently returned to B. C. after ei;;li
teen months spent. In relief work among the Siberian refugees. She Is
;v guest for a few weeks at thc home of
her hroiher and i-Ister-in-law. Mr uudij
Mrs. H. A. McKowan.
The city council meets tha even
Ing (Thursday) lu regular session.
Georgs M. itoss, of the C. P. R. car
service department, Winnipeg, was in
Cranbrook on official duties towards
the end of last week.
W. A. Doyle, ruueher in a larg-j way
at Fort Steelr, was n caller at tho
Herald oflico this week. Ho lias wintered hetween I've and six hundred
head of sheep and several hundrel
cattle at his ranch.
AV. J. Scott, a war veteran suffering
from severe shell shock, who has
sponl the past Hireo weeks or so in
tho city at the home of Mr. J. F
Smith, n turned to Ottawa ou Wednesday, where he is required to report shortly to a medical hoard.
Mi'lliodist service ou Sunday mnru-
iug next will he addressed hy MlBU
A. 'McKoWaii, late of 911)1 rla. Miss
McKowatl also spoke at the Melh-
odlst      Voilllg    People's       mooting   Oil
Wednesday evening of this week.
The Sunday uvoiiIuk service will he
iu charge of Mr. 0, Moir.
Hev. Harold Pauahakir, who emu!
acted services last Sunday at the Methodist Church iu the absence of the
pastor, left on Monday for Ontario.
Kofoi-e leaving Kltularley on Monday
of last week, Mr. Paiiabaker was presented with a handsome dub bag and
a purse of money hy members of the
congregation and friends at Kimberloy, as a mark of their appreciation of
his work among them during the past
months,
ST.
i.Ot'lS MAN WANTS
LITERATURE OF IMSTKK T
Noticing iu the columns of ihe Herald that the booklets compiled hy the
Cranbrook Hoard of Trade aud otlier
similar bodies in the district wero
available, a reader of the Herald in
St. liOiiis, Mo., writes for a copy of
Ilie hook and map.
"I expect to motor to that section
the coming Slimmer," he snys.
WANT ADS.
NOTIOK TO STOCKMKN
OnliiR in nu word having been
i-mclKil from Mr. T. 1'. McKenzie, whn wns lo huve arrive 1 liere
or Bay "tli, tlie Stockbreeders'
meeting wilt lie postponed till
ii future (Into.
W. II. Hill, who lias boen nl Itoss-
IiiiiiI preparing tor shipment to bis
sinrc here lho large sinek of staple
dry goods which he purchased there
'recently, arrived home Monday accompanied by his son. Stanley who
wns nt liosshind assisting his father
In preparing, the slock for shipment.
llrcgory Allen, who hns been on the
stuff „f the Canadian Bank or Commerce, hns been transferred lo Port
(lenrge nnd departed for that place.
Saturday. A number of his frlncds
gnlhereil in lht> bunk mess over thc
lunik Saturday evening to sny farewell to .Mr. Allan, A pleaseanl time
wits had.
K. Ollicer of the passenger depart*
niniil of the C, l>. It., was hero this
week iii conference with members of
ihe Celebration committee to arrange
Poultry
Keepers
IIAKi: THK IIKN.S
IVIIIIK   tlVKItTI.lt:
Reduce that Bugbear — H.C.I..
WHOLE YF 1,1,0W I (IHN
IBU'KKII  CORN
WHEAT IIAKI.EY
HAKI.EY CHOI-
OATS BRAX
SHOUTS
—at Lowest Prices
.las. Kerrigan
IIISTHIBIITOR
I.AMI IIE.JISTIIY AIT
(Soetloli 134.)
ot   Application
STAR SKI (IMI  IIAMI  STORE
Phone i>.
Carpet weaving loom in perfoct or-
der; Instructions for use given.
PIANOS
To be sold ut :i bargain ns we wan!
Die room.
Dorothy pinno, condition good ai
new; grand tone; thc grealest bar
gain ever offered.
Kerr Piano, perfect tone. $250.
Iron frame, just lhe thing for learner, $125.
TIMBER LIMITS AMI Mil,!. SITK
FOR SAI.K—Near Kliigsgnte, British Columbia. The timber consists of White Pine. Spruce. Lurch,
Fir and Cedar, and is about lu,
miles from 0. P. B. Railway, which
pusses through tho mill Bile.
About 20.000.000 feet available; per.
pi'tual licenses. Tliis Is the finest
proposition for a small mill lu Be
Apply Herald Olllce.
5-13-41.
Congoleum
Rugs . . .
have lunl.', boon considered iln1 most sanitary und
artistic runs mi the market.
Thoy are nu well known Umi wo neod mil
dwell nn iiii-ir merits
A largo shipment hits just arrlvotl antl are
now on display in tho ftinillnro dopartmonli
This shipment contains mostly nil new patterns, lin- mosl bt'iintit'ii! Unit huve lieen produced,
All KYI'S Fill! HILIJS PIANOS
ski: thi: wii.iis pianos sow here
V/ANTKD. Small furnished Imuse.
pun of iioiisi- cr furnished rooms.
Apply Herald Olllce
HELP WANTED. — Experienced girl
fur general housework. Apply Mrs.
II. B. Murray. Yahk. B.C.      13-6-lt.p
HOtlSli! KOIt SALE, - I'.Ight rooms,
fiirnncc healed; sewer connections
and balli room; concrete busement,
etc. Terms cash. Apply Mrs. (Ico.
Leitch, 6-6-41
LOST. — Between Central School and
Y. M. C. A. nr Y. M. I'. A. and Athletic Orollllds. or St, Kugene Hospital and Cranbrook Hotel, one string
of pink coral heads. Finder please
leave al Herald Office.    Reward.
  13-5-ltp
EVERY PERSON I.IVIN't!  IX ORANBROOK i lake excellent protlis
this year by investing n few dollars
ni' ihelr earnings through the columns of the Texns Pacific Oil News.
Many thousands of people nre making small and large fortunes by investing their earnings with HONEST
COMPANIES oiierulilig In lhe grcat-
i'*t oil boom the world hns ever I
known whlcb is at present Inking
place lu the stele of Texas. Write
to Messrs. YORK &. WEBSTER. 4111
winch Building Vancouver, for n
copy or tlie Texas Pacific Oil News
5-13*31
FOB SALE, — Limited quantity of
Strawberry Plants. Monrail Wlgen,
WVnuilol, lie. li-.i-'.'t
ANCOXA BOOS FOR HATI'HINll -
Prize winners m Vancouver, New
WcstmlnMer und Nelson. .$5 per
selling of 15. Apply at the Herald
iilli.e 4 15-41
FIVE ACRES FOB SALE • A SNAP -
Lecated two miles East of the eity
Cheap for cash. Hood frame house
nnd eliiken houses, outbuildings
and b'.rn. Hood well r.nd sprlngw
ut door. All cleared. Apply al Hie
Herald office. 4-16-41
In   the   Matter
706.1-1
and
In tho Mutter or Lot  lit. Block UO.
Cranbrook City. Province nf British
Columbia, Map 669.,
TAKE NOTICE iliiii tbe above appll-l
cation lias been made to register Joseph Marapodi mid Eglsio Blgattlnt
us owners in rce or tlie above lands
(Inter alia) und for thc issue to thei
suid Joseph Marapodi and Kgisto Big.
aitlno of a Certificate or Indefeasible
Title thereto, and thnt ill sii|i|sirt oil
such application there hus been produced n conveyance dated oth February, 1HUII. rrom Ainu Criihum, Ihn said!
Ainu Oralinin having neiiuireil thel
said hinds under conveyance dated
30th January, 1020, from Joseph j
Campbell mm Ira It. Manning, lhe|
said Joseph F. Campbell and Ira. R,
Manning having acquired tlie snld,
lands miller conveyance dated 1st D0>
cumber, 1000. from Jiimcs Itymi, j
whose title was derived under conveyance dated Nth March, 1007, rrom
James Oreor, James A. Harvey nnd!
Milium I J. Thompson iiiiil.-i--tin- power of sale contained in a certain mortgage dated llith May, 11105, wherein,
ynu. James McArthnr. were mortgagor and James Oreer, Jiiiues A. Mur*!
vey nnd Sninuel J, Thompson were:
mortgagees.
ANT) FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that I
registration will be effected in pursuance of Ihe above aplicnllon nud al
Certificate of Indefeasible    Title    ur
Ihe said hinds. Issued to the suid Jo-j
| sepli Marapodi mid Egisto Blgnttlnl!
after the lapse or 30 days Irom thel
service upon yon of this notice (which
may he effected by publication hereof
as  hereunder  directed),  unless  yon
shall take and prosecute the proper
proceedings to establish your claim,
if any, to the said lands, or to prevent such proposed action on my part
HATED nt the Land Registry Odlce,
Nelson. B.C., this 18th day of March,
A.D., 1020.
E. S. STOKES,
District Registrar nf Titles
To James McArthur.
FISHING TACKLE
TIIK HK('(I(IM7,KII KISII1M' SEASON IS NOW OPEN.
We huve Ihe largest und most varied stock in town -
for .St. Joseph's Creek or Premier Lake.
OUR   MR.   COUTTS   WILL   PIX   V
KODAKS
AVIIKN OCT ON I ISIIIMi I Mil. A KODAK
along and get pictures of some of Ihe lines! scenery in  lha wm Id.
lillll MOW SUPPLY .IUST IN
suitable
VOU   i'l"
PRESCRIPTION--, — Mr. Agnow, onr new Manager, will glvo them his
prom pi und personal attention.
CRANBROOK DRUG & BOOK CO.,
Al.l.  JIAII,  OltllKHS
llll) I'liiine Tl
ROJIPTI'Y  ATTENDED TO
Nlghl Phone '-'(i
II you are in the niil-iif-lonn district. (Imp us a letter or card aud
anything ynu want In nur line will lie sent by return mall or express.   He give special attention to out-of-town orders.
Ol.ll SUNDAY HOURS ARE 1 lo 5 P. M. und 8 lo ( P. SI.
fssssssam/e,mmmmt—Ml - ■ —'—'~ -*|*^1—ITT
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