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Array Legislative Ass |i|.
April 21-11
JOB PRINTING
We are veil equipped tu
turn out the best class
of work.
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
ijiuuik^
ADVtfQI^NG
In the H*ahl MM,,.,
Our   lAul  CofifmS. a 'i
lOeAa line
       V1S
IF   YOU   WANT  CRANBROOK   TO   GROW.   PATRONIZE   HOME   ENTERPRISE
VOLUME  15
"BANKBOOK.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.   THUBSliAV, APRIL 2 I, 1913
NO,  17
II. HANSON PIUWES LARGE TRACT
Will Engage in Brick   Manufacturing  Industry-
Restaurant and Billard Room in Basement
of Hanson Block
Mr. N. Hanson, who rooontly ills-
posed ol his estate ut Wii.su, is preparing in invest nmtc heavily iu
Cranbrook -properly. Ui* his always iiuil it Arm faith iu ttio future
nf the eity and iflio Hanson block is
Die finest business building here.
Last wccM Ms. Hanson purchased
from v. Hytrin linker lfiO acres of
land lying across tlio C.P.R. tracks
just inn th cast u[ St. hhigcno hospital,
A number of scientific tests will be
made of tho soil anil it is Mr. Man-
son's intention, if the soil proves nf
the right quality,,to start a brick
manufacturing industry there. Experienced men will be brought in and
a plant creeled, capable of manufac
turing fur tin' whole building trade
of Ettsl Kootenay,
Excavation will be marie under the
Hanson block lhe entire lengt'b aud a
basement built. This basement will
hi* highly finished on the Inside'and
will be lighted wilh prism glass
right foot wide and the latest eleetri-
cal appliances, The entrance to tho
basement will be at the front of the
building on Norbury avenue, anil will
be fenced oil with a heavy brass railing.
The basement will be fitted up for
a first-class restaurant,, with tables,
lunch counter and boxes for family
parties as well as banquet rooms,
etc. A fine billiard room will also
be provided for.
ENTHUSIASTIC     SECOND    AN
NUAL   MEETING-   OF   ORAN-
BRQOK DISTRICT AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION HELD
AT WASA.
Last Friday the second annual
meeting of Hie Cranbrook District
Automobile association occurred at
Wasa. The meeting there was on
tho invitation of Mr. N. Hanson, formerly of Wasa, serving as a farewell, for Mr. Hanson has sold Ins
Wasa properly.
A few  machines left the city early
in the  afternoon   but the most      of
them   departed   about four  o'clock,
leaving from in front of the     Cranbrooh hotel     in   a long Strlnfc.     The
weather     was ideal, warm anil  sunshiny and the drive   was made without serious mishap.      Mautiee Qualn
and A. B. Fenwick wen* slopped • on
the road   between Fort Steele    and
Wasa with tire trouble which      was
soon remedied and they arrived with
the crowd.       A total  of   seventeen
machines completed lhe party      and
carried over lifi y passengers, some of
tho cars carrying five or six. Most of
thorn had arrived at six o'clock, after
which pictures were taken, and    dinner was    served   immediately after.
The dinner was Riven by Mr. Hanson
and was q   sumptuous     repast       to
which tlio hungry   motorists did full
justice.
Following was the menu:
sort'
Oyslci a ia Royal
FISH
Baked Salmon a la Itallon
ENTREES
Fiied Spring Chicken, IVtil  Pols
Young Turkey, Cranberry Jollj
ROAST
Leg of Pork wilh Dressing
Loin nf Href a la Tiere
VRGJSTABLES
Mnshed Potatoes, Sugar Corn
Combination Salad
PASTRY
(lieen Apple Pie Cocoauut 1'io
DESSERT.
Apple Snow Pudding, Cream Sauce,
Cafa Non.       French ColTco.
Qroon Tea.      Black Tea.
\l 8.3D the annual mooting W;IS
called to older hy President V. Hyde
Dakar, in the Club building, about
fifty being present,
The minutes ol the last, meeting
lurid at the same plaee on April 11,
1912, were read and approved.
Ott motion hy (Ieo. F, Stevenson,
seconded by J. P. Fink, the seere.
lary's report wns received nnd the
membership lull was opened.
On motion by "I. D, Mcllririe and
A. ll. Macdonald Messrs. Harry
Molt, K. T. Cooper, 11. Williams a"'l
John Reed were made honorary
members.
The correspondence of the past
year was received, the important
communications read and all filed.
Among the letters was one from
Alberta wilh lhe information that
British Columbia cars could tour
through Alherki for twenty days
without being subject to an extra
license. Letters regarding a through
road from Cranhrook to Spokane
were read and the correspondents |
thought this would be an assured
fact within another year. Several j
road matters were included in tlio
correspondence, among which woro(
several communications from officers)
of the Canadian Highway association.
regarding the building of the trunk
road across Canada,
On motion of A. B. Macdonald,
seconded by ,1. P. Fink all ollicers
were re-elected, the motion being
carried unanimously. The officers
are:
Honorary President— N. Hanson.
President— V. Hyde Baker.
Vice-President—Dr. J. H. King.
Secretary-Treasurer—W, IL Wilson.
Directors—Dr. V. W. Green, A, B.
Fenwick and Geo. Hoggarth.
Report of the committee on bylaws
was received and committee discharged and a new committee appointed to report by the 15th of
May. Those named were: Geo. F,
Stevenson, W. II. Wilson, A. B.
Fenwick and A, B. Macdonald.
On motion by A, C. Bowness ami
A. B. Fenwick it was unanimously]
carried tbat a pennant he given tc
each member of the association owning a car.
The following committee on membership was appointed and the committee instructed to report within
fifteen days: .1. R. McNabb, A. B.
Fenwick and P. Mat he son. All oiT-
oors are to work with this committee.
On motion by A. C. Howness and
A.B. Fenwick carrying, the secretary
was instructed to write the. Imperial
Oil Co., Calgary, in reference to the
price of gasoline.
X vote of thanks was passed to
Mr. X. Hanson in appreciation of
his entertainment, the meeting joining in a tiger and singing of ''He's a
Jolly (iood Fellow."
A vote of thanks was also unanimously passed on bchalt of Mr. Wilson, the secretary-treasurer, in appreciation of tlie targe amount of
work he has accomplished for the association. After three cheers had
been given for Mr. Wilson the meeting adjourned.
Those present were K. II. MciMice.
S, I.. Coop, .1. R. McNabb, (fob Kak-
ins, Harry Mott, E, T. Cooper, 11.
Williams, a. .). Mott, p. Mathoson,
W. H. Wilson, P. K. Wilson, .1- R.
Thompson, W. S. Santo, T. S. Gill,
Carl,Gill, F. M. Christian, R. B.
McCreery, Geo. f. Stevenson, Maurice Quain, Geo. I.eask, .1. P. Fink,
• lohn Reed, -las. T. I.aidlaw, W. F.
Attiidge, .). D. MeHride, -lack
Davis, V. Hyde Maker, P. I>. Mc-
Laws, Geo. Hoggarth, R. H. Bohart, A. It. Fenwick, Fred.Small,
Ira Manning, ,1. F. Campbell, A. B,
Macdonald, A. C. Bowness, F. A.
Russell, W. II. McFarlane, Cory
Dow, J, B, Henderson, G. W. Donahoe, N. Hanson, Dr. F. II, Miles,
K. A. Hill, Frank Dei-all, H, W.
Supple, T. B, O'Conncll, Harry Han-
field, Al. Doyle, -lack McTavlsh, F.
Bittmore, W. Onrlln, .1, Walsh and
Mr. Gilmore.
out of the bottle of carbolic acid,
probably mistaking it for the whiskey, lie walked out of the shack
toward tbe ollice where lie slept ami
collapsed on the steps and was unconscious when bis friends carried
him inside. He died a few minutes
later. Tlie coroner's jury returned a
verdict of accidental death from
drinking carbolic acid by mistake
while , uiJicr the influence of liquor.
Those on tbo jury were: F. chapman, F. M. Maepherxon, W. .1. Atchison, A. II. Bullock, Fred Wells and
.1. It. Thompson.
Charles Watson had worked ut the
camp for several months and was
well liked by alt ihe men for his
invariable good temper aud sunny
disposition. He was not ia the habit of using intoxicants and had not
been on a spree for a year before. He
owned lots in Calgary, Moose -law
aud Vancouver and a half sect-on uf
land west of Edmontom.
Thc funeral was held at 2 o'clock
Tuesday afternoon, the services bclnyj
conducted by Rev. E. P. Flewelling.
east cornel of tin* building, the husiness office of the Morning Albert an
took tiro, and Hie floor gave way
with a deafening crash, precipitating
everything, except two or three
desks and a few papers which had
been hasliU hauled i,u(. hit,, the
baseineiil, when* the weight oi Hie
debris disconnected Hie gas pipes
The men     working in    'be basemcnl
I had the foicthouvilil to lurn ofl the
gas under I lie furnaces before rushing
| out, hut the gas company, although
notified In telephone    at once, failed
J to have the curb valves turned Off. In
! a second an enormous volume of gas
from two oi three disconnected pipes
caught lire under the floor, consumed
j the boards above, aud sent up a
roaring flame lo the Celling behind
the plate glass windows. In a minute the roof crashed iu, and the gas
flame leaped above the tin cornice,
making a spectacular illumination,
in et KIKE
I'HAItl.KH   WATSON  VICTIM OF
ACCIDENT   WHIM')   UNDKIt
INFLUENCE OF LIQUOR.
An inquest was held over the body
of Charles Watson at the undertaking
parlors of F. M. Macplicrson on
Monday owning by Coroner Dr. ,1.
II. M. Hell. Deceased had been
working as clerk in the camp of East
Kootenny Lumber company at Loco,
and on last Saturday came to Cranhrook lo make a Payment on some
lots owned at Moose .low. While in
the eity lie had several drinks and
purchased a hot tic of Irish whiskey
and a botlle of carbolic acid to kill
bedbugs, lie returned home in the
evening wilh lhe teamster for the
Camp, Dawson Cussi's, ami the two
bad several drinks en route out of
thc large bottle of whiskey. After
supper nt I lie camp Watson went Inl,,
one uf   Ibe sliacaw   aud took a drink
PAPER CHASE FOR
ran DOLLARS
Last Saturday afternoon during the
high wind, if you were outside on
Baker street you would have seen
mystified and amused at the antics of
a crowd of small boys,.who were apparently, chasing every hit of flying
waste paper they could see upon the
streets. Several, boys had their eyes
on bits high in the air and chased
for miles waiting for the stray hit
to come to earth. Every sidewalk
was looked under and every piece of
paper examined in ■ the hope of liradln
two valuable pieces which thc wind
was playing with somewhere.
Mrs. Cadwnllader, who lives a mile
south of the city, on emerging, from A
store, IkuI two bills, a live dollar
bill and a twenty dollar bill, whisk-
id away from her by, the mischievous breeze as she was endeavoring to
place them in   ber recticulc. She
never found either afterward. She
notified the authorities and a crowd
of small boys were engaged for the
bunt with promises of a large reward if they succeeded.
One man who hadn't heard of the
loss questioned his interlorutor's sanity when he was asked, "if he had
seen a twenty dollar hill flying down
the street?"
The money has not heen returned
to Mrs. Cadwnllader.
BIG FIDE IT EMI
PLANT   OF   MORNING    ALBEK-
TAN DESTROYED IN FIERCE
HOLOCAUST,
Calgary, Alta., April 19-The fire
which destroyed the Allan bloek,
corner First street east and Ninth
avenue early Friday morning, was
one of the worst visitations of the
downtown district in recent years.
MacLeod Dros., dry goods and
clothing store; the Calgary Millinery
Co.; the City Bowling Alleyr; the
Majestic ltealty Co.; the Hex Cafe;
Hurnanri's .lob Print; L. II. Kcuner-
ly Healty company and the Albertan
Publishing company were rendered
homeless, and the various plants and
premises completely destroyed, entailing a total loss of between WOO;-
nnn and $35n,nnn.
The blaze was a spectacular one.
For about three hours a thousand or
more people watched the building
burn, the lire gutting the whole interior of the premises, which covered
half a block, aud leaping in great
crimson sheets*, fronv partition to
partition, and sending tongues of
light Into the clouds of smoke, which
enveloped tlte structure.
So fierce and sudden was the blaze
that only a '<W moments were to
spare for the removal of furniture or
machinery from cither MacLeod
Brothers or the Morning Albertan.
Except for a tew books which Miss
Pass-more, bookkeeper for MacLeod
Brothers, removed by the back door,
the mailing lists, and one or two
desks full of advertising contracts,
etc., torn from the Albertan office,
nnd a big safe which two Chinamen
ot thc Hex * cafe carried out on their
backs, under a collapsing wall, nothing of all    thc property was saved.
The blaze spread with incredible
rapidity. The tons of woollen and
cotton material,in MacLeod Brothers
blazed up in sheets of fire, and tne
whole Interior wns a mass of flames
within fifteen minutes. The blaze
backed up to the Albertan job office,
where Fireman Harry Wilson and an
auxiliary crew had made a strategic
stand, and for half an hour the lire-
men fought in the face nf the flame,
pouring streams of water through a
hole in the roof and through thc windows und doors on tn the rapidly
heating machinery. While these men
kept the fire ia    cheek in tht south-
I IT
FltEl)   (HidKB      CRUSHED     BY
HEAVY I.OCiS AT EAST KOtt-
TENAV UMBER CO.'S
MILL.
A very sad accident occurred at
tlie East Kootenay Lumber Co.
mills, Jnflrfty, on Friday, April IKlh
inst. While preparing to unload
several C.P.H. ears laden with logs
into the mill lake, hy some unaccountable means sevesal Jons became
detached from the top of the cars,
falling upon Fred Ogger, throwing
him from the roll way, bead foremost,
into the lake. Fortunately Colin
Leitch was standing mar, and with*
oul thought of danger to himself, run
forward and dragged Ogger out by
the legs. Dr. Bell, of Cranbrook,
was immediately sent for, and arrived by tlu* afternoon train, lie attended to the sulTercr, who was afterwards conveyed by the night train
to Cranbrook hospital in\in unconscious state. His condjtion is critical. His brother, wbo is a fireman
on the C.P.H, at Calgary, bus been
telegraphed for. The accident cast
a gloom over the district. The kindness shown by the employers aml employees towards their unfortunate
friend was most admirable. The
weevly service was lurid ai 8 p.in- iu
the mens* dining hall and special
-prayer offered for the recovery ol
Mr. Ogger,
Mr. Fred Ogger died al lh* St.
Eugene hospital on Wednesi.it morning of concussion ot tho brain. His
body was taken to thc mil itaking
pallors of F. M. Macphersoti and Wo'
taven by his brother, Fran.-;, Ogger,
to Cairo, Mich,, for Interment today
BY COLONEL BILLARD
The lecture given by Col. Billiard
of the Salvation Army in the Methodist church on Thursday, evening last
brought out a good attendance. The
speaker had a very complete range
of views, many of tliem of great
beauty and remarkably well dis-
dwelt particularly on the Army's
played. In his remarks Col. Bullarri
work in 'Japan, India and Korea. He
also gave much information on the
work of other societies in these
lands.
Tiie -Japanese work was most fully
taken up and the slides of this country were both interesting and beautiful*.
,In his remarks on India he related
scenes and gave,views that impressed
vividly on the minds of all present
the horrors of such suffering, bringing home to many as never before
the immense work still waiting for
the powers of religion and good government in that overcrowded land.
Col. Billiard was acrompanicri by
Staff Capt. Wainwright, who Is second in command of the Army forces
in B.C., and who spoke briefly also.
Tlie evening entertainment was diversified by songs by Mrs. Fred
Chapman,* and bv Mr. Cameron of the
Y.M.C.A.
PROSPECTS 6000 FOR
I
Among the numerous visitors in
Cranbrook last week alttndmg the
water commissioner's hearing was
George Doherty, of Fort Steele, bettor lanown &s Co.onel Doherty. Mr.
Doherty is one of the few still left
in the district who were nn Wild
Horse In Che palmy days, having first
come to the gulch in '65, leaving
later for other camps in the States,
where ho reaped a large experience
working with his brother Nell on tlu*
Comstock, also on the While Pine,
Helen, Noreross    aud oilier   proper
tics once notable, now only names to
the public of today.
Mr. Doherty has been continuously
In the country for twenty-one years
How and lias of late years confined
his attention entirely to ihe Doherty claim, developing and sampling it
in preparation for tin- revival of interest in East Kootenay mining, in
which In* has kepi a constant faith.
Recent samples un examination the
calotte! states   to be fully equal    to
llotueslake stuff, which property he
was sent from Frisco to examine in
'77.
He is highly .satisfied with his latest showings and showed the Herald
man a recent letter from a well
known mining man in Sah Francisco
expressing a very complimentary opinion of ore samples received from
the Doherty claim and signifying the
hope that he would be able lo inspect
it in    the near future.
The colonel is to he congratulated
on bis 'prospects anil lhe wish of all
will be that he shall yet realize fully
his long delayed hopes.
WASTE MONEY Oil
JIGGLING WITH TENDERS FOR
FEBNIE    BUILDING WHICH
IS NOT NEEDED OR
WANTED.
Ottawa, April 15.—Tho free and
generous manner iu which Cole
the Hon. Sam, Hughes sows drill
halls around the country witb a view
to instilling a military spirit in the
people of Canada, whether they will
or not, is illustrated iu a return
brought down in the commons today
Last spring the colonel decided that
Fernie should have a drill hall. Tho
estimated cost of the department's
engineers was $22,200. An order-in-
council was passed last .June providing for the expenditure of tbe
money and tenders were called for in
August.
Immediately after the tender call
was advertised in the newspapers
Lleut.-Col, II. L. Wadmore, the District Officer Commanding, wired the
minister from Victoria tbat it would
be "probably extremely difficult to
raise a new unit at Fernie now or
any time." Capt. G. G. Moffatt,
of Fernie, wrote the deputy minister,
Col, Fiset, drawing attention to the
fact that the Kootenay Rifles, sta-
tioncd at Fernie, had been disbanded.
Col. Hughes' hcief comment on these
official communications was a note
to his deputy, "Go on." No tinders
were received tn response to the
advertisement, and a call for new
tenders was tticn issued.
On October 31st last Col. Wadmore
again wrote the secretary of the
militia council calling attention to
his previous communication, and concluding* with thc statement, "It
therefore seems that tlie erection of
a drill hall at Fernie will he absolutely a waste of money from a military point of view."
No reply was vouchsafed. On November 11 Colonel Wadmore again
wired, asking if it had been decided
to allow tbe question of A drill hall
at Fernie to lapse, as lie had ffeom-
mcttded. The minister's note appended to this telegram was a laconic, "Don't reply, lot the tend-
dors come in," On November 16th
two tenders were received, ono from
McLean and Kerr, of Fernie, fur 135,-
330, and one from .1. A. Broley, ol
Fernie, lor $38,805. fn the note attached to the memo drawing the minister's attention to these tenders appears this statement: "It will 1m*
Seen that Mr. Broley Is not the lowest tenderer."
On December 13th thc minister authorized a call for new tenders. This
call brought in on -January 2-'th last
two tenders. One was from Broley
for $33,925, and one was from McLean and Kerr for $3*1,350, The official papers show a note from the
minister as follows: "After going Into this thoroughly with Mr. Green
(the member for Kootenay) and other B.C. persons, accept .1, A. Pro-
ley's tender for $33,fl2;V"
On February 12th Colonel Hughes
sent a recommendation to the cabinet
council in favor of the acceptance of
Mr. Broley's tender. This recommendation, however, contained the
statement that it was considered the
lowest tenderer was still too high
in his figures, hut that nothing
would be gained hy Inviting new tenders. The cabinet sent back the recommendation for "a better statement." It was noted that "if the
price is too high it would not ho accepted."
Thc minister of militia thereupon
called for a report from the departmental engineers as lo the reasons
for the tenders being so many thou
saml dollars in excess of tlie original
(•stimuli* of cost. Finally, on March
KIN   thn    minuter   added an nfliri.il
ihis sweep mi
Sifton Government Returned to Power  With Big
Majority   On April  17th
Premier Sifton was returned to
power in the Alberta election-, last
Thursday with a total of thirty-
eight Liberals and fifteen Conservatives. This sboufd be considered
highly satisfactory to tlu* Liberals,
as no one, except a rabid party man.
would begrudge the Conservatives
fifteen seats out of fifty-six, The
government will have a good working
majority and the opposition will
have enough color to be considered
little moro than a name as It has in
the past.
So long as the Sifton administration has been sustained, in the remarkable manner it has been, it
would be exceedingly foolish on the
pari ofi any one of its supporters to
have or to show any regret in the
enlargement ot seven to fifteen for
the opposition. Twenty-seven I ci
cent approximately ol tho total
members in the new house is a tairl)
respectable minor! tj.
LIBEBALS.-38 SKATS.
Arcadia—Met'a: 1, a n,.w constituency,
Alexandra—Lowery, 3i, a reduced
majority.
Beaver Biver—Garicpy. returns incomplete,     A new constituency.
Bow Valley*—Lane, 200 majority
A new constituency.
Cam-rose—Smith, 1. too majority,
Increased majority.
Carriston—Woolf,  2't majority,
Clarestnrim—MofTatt. by large majority over Dr. McMillan, Conserve
tive, Malcolm. Independent, loses deposit.
Coronation—Whitesidet, 40 major
ity.    A new constituency.
Cochrane—Fisher, 150 majority,
Edmonton—Cross, 395 over third
candidate.
Ddson— Cross, by large majority. A
new constituency.
Olelehen—McArtbur by 10. A Liberal gain.
Grouard—Cote. A new constituer.rv
Hand Hi I Iff—Raton, oret A. •'■
Robertson, once leader of Conservative party,     A, new constituency.
Lac Ste Anne—Gunn, by 100 majority.
Lacombe—Puffer, hy 2in majority.
Little Bow—McNaugbton, three
opponents, .1. T. Macdonald. Ren
Budden, Socialist. Bryout, Liberal,
lose deposit*,.     A new constituency.
Leduc—Tobin.
Nairton—Giendenning, 250.
Olds—Marshall, by 30 majority.
Pembina—G    McDonald,   50 majority.
Pouoka—Dr, Campbell.
Kedcllfle—Plngle, 150 majority.     \
new constituency,
Ribs tone—Turgeou, A new constituency .
Sedge wick—Stewart b\ large    majority.
Stettier—Shaw, bj  iflO majority,
Sturgeon—Boyle,   b\    large majority.
St. Albert—Boudrcou, 232 majority,
St, Paul—-Lessard, A new constituency.
Taher— Hon.   A.    J.  Maclean,   1,400
majority.
Vegrevilh— McCallum
Vermillion—Hon   A.  L.  Sifton, 200
majority
Victoria—Walkei. Both opponents
tosl deposits
Warner—IxOinftwrtl elected, defeating Patton, Liberal, and Scott, Con-
serVative      A new constituency.
Wfta-.kiv.in—Olin  in   300  majority.
IVhitford—Sshandro     \ new      constituency.
Clearwater—YY  ll  McKlnnj. J  majority.
Medicine   Hat—ilajoi Spencer, 101
majority.
CONSBRVATIVES.-15 SKATS
Calgary North—Hillocks, ii;*i     ma-
>:.'■.      A new constituency
'duun   Center—Tweedle, s't'i   majority .
Oalgarj South—Bdow, 21 is majority. One Calgarj is a Conservative
gain.
Qdmottt on—Kv.inc. 115 majority
out McKay.
Bdmooion South—Craw ford, 200
majority.     A Conservative gain.
High River—Stanley,   12 majority.
A Conservative gain.
Lethbridge—Stewart. 2SK majority.
Macleod—Patterson, li'.majority,
okotoks—Hoadley. 200 majority.
Pincfaer   Preeb—Kemnrla, 18 majority.
Red Deer— Michener. 50 majority.
Rocky      Mountain—Campbell,    200
majority, gain from Socialists.
Stoney Plain—Wefdenharmner. A
Conservative cain.
Wainwrighar-Hudson, A new    constituency
Inn-sfail—K   Archer. 7 majority.
DEFERRED.
Athabasca and Peace River.
note in the papers dealing ftitb the
case as follows: "Postpone for the
present1 year; new tenders to be
called for."
Colonel   Wadmore ha^ been retired
as District officer Commanding.
 *, _
FAREWELL TO MISS LILY FINNISS
On Monday   evening   Mr   and Mrs.
• !. Woodman opened their home for
the reception ol a few friends gathered for the purpose ol tendering their
respects to Miss Lily Finness who
is taking up residence in Edmonton,
Alta, Miss Kinness for a number of
years has rendered an Inestimable
service to her chinch, freely giving
her fine vocal talent as hading soprano in the church choir. In sever
ing her connection in this regard she
leaves a large circle of friends who
will greatly miss her genial presence. In behalf ol these friends, and
in recognition of thc splendid service
given for so main years In *>"ng, her
pastoi, Rev. o. E. Kendall, presented her with a beautiful brooch, Miss
Finness left ihe cltj on Tueadaj
evening.
FAREWELL AND PRESENTATION
An event "I considerable importance to tlw local Baptist church took
place at the close of the evening service last Sunday, The choir, under
the able leadership of B II. Short,
rendered it programme o( sacred
song, excelling all past records in
the church's musical services, Thc
occasion was also the leavetakfng of
Mr. Short and family, who are
leaving Cranbrook oul ol consideration for Mis, Short's health. Bo-
fore the dismissal of the large congregation   present, the pastor, itev.
0.     E.     Kendall.   In   behalf of        the
friends, took occasion, to address Mr.
Short, expressing tin* grateful appreciation which ilu-y entertained f<»r
his self-sacrificing elToria to promote
all the. interesls "f tho church riming
bis nine years residence here, As a
slight; token of their affection and esteem the congregation presented Mr
and Mrs. Short with ,i silver tea
service. Miss Maude Short, wns Also
the recipient of  the    pnstor's     eom-
rnenda'iMj for tlw servic** she lias
given as organist The congregation
also presented ber with a ftold lock-
Iel Mr Short feelingly replied exposing his gratitude to the peoplo
j for the mariner in which they spoke,
! ol his wort and now his removal.
Tb.- tarailj have Boston, Mass., as
their immediate destination. After a
short stay there they purpose visiting childhood scenes in Nova Scotia
and New Brunswick. They will return to the province late in the summer and will take up residence iu
Los Angeles, Cal. Mr Short has
been an interested supporter of the
civic life of this eity during his entire stay. He haves ;i large c'rc'.o
of friends to wish him Godspeed.
PROGRAMME    KOf!   MM)   CONCERT.
The Crenbrooli oflj band will give
the rt-g^lar weekly open air concert
Sunday, April 27th, commencing at t
p.m.. weather permitting
The following programme will be
rendered:
March—Officer of thc Day Hall
Overture—American Triumph Miller
Waltzes—A Southern Dream Lincoln
Serenade—Garden of Dreams..Lincoln
Medley—Selection Air bj Mac.kie
March—Cheer L'P White
Ood Save the King,
■ lames Austin, bandmaster.
Catching in thc belt leading from
the main shaft of the engine at 'the
Cranhrook Sash and Door last Friday the cut-off-saw was snatched
from the. floor and torn from its
foundation and hdrled against an outside door. Luckily no one was in-
juied and the saw was able to resume operations after a few repairs.
The social given by thc Onward
Bible Class in the old Gym On Monday evening proved a very enjoyahln
affair. \hout a hundred were present and tlie building being decorated
wUh bunting, presented a very attractive scene. \ programme of
promenade and games was given.
Miss Helau al the plana nnd Mr.
Hookey with the violin, supplying Uie
music. Refreshments served at the
ClOBo completed a very pleasant evening, apparently thoroughly, enjoyed
by all present THK   OBAXBROOR HEBALD
GRAtfBUOOK HEHALl)
By the Herald   publishing Company,
.1. R, Thompson, Editor and Manager
CUANHROOK. It. C, April 21th, 1913
EDITORIAL NOTES
There Is a |iolitic.il storm gathering in Canada and an eat to , the
ground swell will prove that the
forthcoming storm w:tl have some
heavy breakers into which Mr. Borden and his henchmen are leading the
country and over which tho said
crew aro unlikely to bo able lo pilot
the ship, of state.
First.—Slneo Mr, Borden and bis
crew assumed thc tiller there hav
been muttcrings from thc forecastle,
tho crew' have lost their hearings
time and again, and have sailed aimlessly around in the heavy fugs of Indecision, Ignorance, and inability.
Second.—The Indiscriminate discharge of postmasters throughout tho
Dominion, wherever there was a bun-
grj Conservative out of a job, has
rankled in thc minds ot lhe decent
citizens of the country.
Third.—The, contract ing for    tort)
years   Btipplj   of locks tor mail bags
al a juice for which individuals could
purchase two   hundred or two dozen,
is j, wanton misappropriation of public money, fi"' which there is no ex
(•tise,''cxeepl  the   facl  thai  the powers thai Ij<-, know their time is short
and are "making ha)  while the    sun
.shines."
fourth — The practice of Rending
political heelers, ami, party hangers-
on from Ottawa, to participate in
the provincial elections, as was done
in tho reci'iii election, in Alberta,
will not: redound lo the everlasting
credit of those who follow such n
practice.
FUili.—Thc numerous election
frauds, the granting of ;l homestead
lo :i man within (he cily limits of a
illy oi 7ii,iliiil population, the irregularities in various ads of the ministers, such as taking 0 man out of
jail and giving him a government
job, are nil piling up a loll of charges which the present, government
must face before the people,
Sixth.—If there is any dignity in
the   position of  premier   of Canada,
ALL THE COMFORTS
OF HOME
Sum up ilie major portion nf man's
earthly desires. Why not own
our own home and have things Just
us yon want them, instead of paying rent for an uncomfortable
house 'i
IF YOU OWN A HOME ALREADY,
then buy one of our houses as an
itivi'Btiiiiiit. Here tiro a low excelled bnys:
$1,000   Largo Corner Lot.nearO.P.K
BhopB,   House has   I rooms, water.
and   aewer,    ehiekun    Iioiihch,   etc,
Houao  renin fur f 17.U0 per month.
Terms,  $200.00  cash    ami   balance
mm.nihly.
$1,000 -Five i ii Cottage, water an"
sower. Nearly now, Splendid chickfl
houses and runs, on Kootenay Street
near school.   f 200.00 imbI. piiin you in
possession,
$750-Four  rooms,  new, on Eberta
Ave.   Knsy pnyraents,
$<S50— Five looms, on Van Home St.
ICaay terms.
$2,000 Splendid 7 room House on
iwo lots, i load lawn, water and electric lights United for $22.00 per
month. Sloii.no cash puis you in possession.
$2,200-Seven-roomed house on Bur
well Ave..  lion.    Large Ihwu and
beautiful shade  trees.   Easy terms.
Routed for $30.00 per month.
We have many others,  nearly all
rented to good tenants.
Come in ami talk it over with us,
LOTS in the   Walklev   Addition  at
$l25.00and $160 00.   Term?, $10 each
und $5 00 per month.
A FEW  LOTS left   in  the  Haley.
Atkinson Addition,$160.00 up. Terma
$26 00 cash and .* lii.no per month.
Roili the above have sidewalks
APARTMKNTS      Ciiiurnishcri)   to
rent at $10 nn nnd (12 per month;
water ami electric lights.
FOR RENT— Five roomed Hoiihr on
Pooley Ave.,$10.00 per month, water
paid.
FOR RENT    Four room House hack
of hoBpital.at$S 00 per month,
DON'T FORGET thai we sell every '
kind of INSURANCE, ami represent nothing but the very best companies. I
ACENTS FOR THE UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER       ;
Chapman Land & Inv. Co.
Two doors from ihe Rex Theatre
rilONKIOl P.O. BOX 126
and we think there ought to be, the
premier lias cheapened that position
lowed tlie gross insult which was
oftercil to Sir Wilfrid Laurier last
week by the Hon. I la/en, when he
was not allowed to speak, on tho
floor of the house, The good people
of Canada will never allow sue-h a
cheap insult to pass- unnoticed. A
man who occupied the premiership for
the long term it was occupied by Sir
Wilfrid together with his long years
of honorable service before h(. became
premier to be shown such an alTionl
and especially hy a novice and a
junior In the halls of legislation, wilt
meet with rebuke by tho peoplu ol
Canada when the opportunity arrives.
Seventh—The centralization schema.
fostered and fathered by Mr. Horden
in his proposal of a contribution ol
$35,000,000 and his subterfuges and
weak-kneed support of tho measure,
his chameleon "emergency," which
changed into a need and then Into a
duty, will be relegated Into tho
ranks of oblivion when the voters, re
ceive the opportunity of voting on
Hit- question.
Eighth.—In i!"i rcclprocltj was
proposed a*ud when Premier Laurier
was confronted by obstruction he
said:. "AHeight, wo will pass n few
supply hills ami then go to the
country," and the opposition refused
lo allow him to pass the distribution
bills and he went to the countr\* Immediately. This year after two
week's of debate upon the naval question, the Liberals Joined with Conservatives in passing supply bills,
carrying on the business of the
country and postponing the debate
whenever the Conservatives wished.
Prom tor Horden has. refused to go to
tho country, because lie is afraid to
give the people a chance to express
their opinion. .And now after weeks
of debate he still refuses lo go to
the country, asleep to the fact that
every] day that he dallies iLiberal
votes are* in the making,
Ninth.—The application of the. gag
rule in the house, an unprecedented
action in the annals of Canadian his
tory, has .caused a widespread revulsion of feeling even among the
slaunchest supporters of the government. Of forty-six years of Canadian history there have only been
five instances where tho opposition
have dared to block legislation and
in every ono of those Instances the
action.,of tho minority was sanctioned by tho people afterward, The
proposal of the closure method at
Ihis* time is an outrage upon ..the Canadian sense of decency and fair play,
a proposal made hy machine politicians and establishes a precedent
dangerous to the peace and best interests of the country at any and a"
times. The centralization scheme
has aroused the patriotic and fighting blood of the Liberal parly ami
lhe brute force tactics of,tlie premier at thc present time, plainly Illustrates the fact that the country
needs an honest opportunity of ridding itsell of machine rule and
demagogues.
It is evident the provincial government, not satislieil wilh having prostituted all branches of the public service lo parly purposes, has now de-
termlned to do the same,with the
public, associations constituted under
and in connection with tbe. department of agriculture. WHness the
notion of It. M. Winslow, acting in
the capacity of secretary of. the B.C.
Fruit 0 rowers association, a nonpartisan body composed of fruit
growers of the province:
Kelicient as are the members of
tho provincial government and the
officials serving under them, wlun approached lof information by representatives of the Liberal newspapers, they have always hitherto bad
the jijooil sense and the good taste to
make a show ot being fair iu the giving out of news. lOven Attorney-
General Howser and Sir Richard
McBride, while they favor their own
party press, have not the Indecency
to avow their partiality. It bus
been left to one of the minor underlings of the service, It. M. Winslow,
the provincial horticulturist, lo tcs-
ti.y his trencher-inspired deration to
party hy openly declaring that any
information which came from him
would* appear iu the government
newspapers, and no others, in addition to being in lhe government
service, Mr. WlnfilOW is secretary of
the Hritish Columbia Fruit Growers'
association, thc executive of which
was in session at the Punsnutir hotel
yesterday. Alter the meeting a Sun
reporter asked Mr. Winslow what
had becm dime. The reply was: ''Wc
have no information to tqivc Io the
Sun. If any statement is published
as* the result of our deliberations, it
will lie found in the government
press."
'Iliis would have been had enough il
Mr. Winslow had been acting in his
capacity as a government official, but
that the secretary of a non-partisan
association, whose membership is
drawn from all shades of politics,
should lake upon himself to discriminate in favor of one or other (lass of
newspapers is a breach of decorum
which should procure his instant'dismissal from the position. We
greatly mistake the temper of the
members of the Fruit Growers' association if Mr. Winslow is nol mode
to realize without ceremony that as
secretary of thai society he should
have no political prejudices, and If
bis employers at Victoria have,    any
Introducing
MR. S. P. GYNK
G.F. Stephens &Co.'s
Paint Mascot
Our stork ot Paint is complete,
Our Phone No. is 78,
Our Mr, Finloy has tho prompt
delivery part of the business down
to a BC-ionce.
F. Parks & Co.
Hardware and House
Furnishings
CRANBROOK ■ B. C.
sense of the dignity of their position
they will impress on him in a most
pointed manner that lie is the servant of tin* province and not of any
political party.—Vancouver Sun.
The real meaning of the above to
tbe people who wish to get the Information for which they have joined
this association is, that they must
subscribe lo the Tory press, and the
government official Imagines he is
made secretary of this association lor
tlte benefit of Conservative members
only ami that those so unfortunate as
to lie Liberals have no fight lo expect any consideration from him in
this ollice, or any regard for Anglo-
Saxon fair play from him- 'We confess to great disappointment in Mr.
Winslow whom we had formerly felt
to bo anxious only to further the
fruit growing interests of the province as a whole and above such petty
tactics.
GOOD ROADS.
There has been a great deal of discussion the past few months on
road-Improvement, but we do not appear to he any nearer a solution fit
this big problem than we were a year
ago or even ten years ago. It
seems to he too big fl problem for
our statesmen to tackle in an energetic way. They go at il in a
piecemeal fashion, here a little and
there a little, and talk big of what
tbey arc doing iu the interests, of
belter roads. Hut no one has yet
evolved a practical and comprehensive scheme for improving all loans
and keeping tbem good aflc ihey arc
improved. This will come in time,
no doubt, but in the meantime a lot
of money is being spent on roads iu
a more or less bap-hazard fash'on,
and without permanent -provision for
maintenance and ibc future up-kecp of
the road. A government, a citmtiy
or township may spend thousands of
dollars to build roads, but if u> provision is made to maintain the roads
after they are built, that money
will, to a large extent, he wasted.
What is required is a comprehensive
scheme covering all the roads and so
planned that some body will he responsible for every road. This is
worked out iu the United States by
the state assuming responsibility*for
certain main roads, tbe counties for
roads leading to Ihese, and tbe
township for the balance, all working
under one definite plan. This, lo
onir mind, is the only workable plan
for securing permaney In road building ami maintenance. All the roads
cannot be built at once. Hut if some
definite, comprehensive plan were decided upon ami a beginning made lo
carrj It into execution, there would
he more accomplished than the present hit and miss scheme, with no
one responsible for keeping the roads
in proper repair after they are built.
Canadian Farm.
Mil.   HOUDKN'S   BUOKRN ITljRD-
Cil-.S..
Iu a speech delivered at Halifax,
August. 21st, 1007, Mr. riorden, then
,eader of the opposition, ,lald down
as his three essentials of good government.
"Honest appropriation of Hie public money in the public interVsl."
What he meant by this was exemplified hy his efforts to secure
$1,000,000 for good roads, and his
persistent refusal of tbe Liberals'
demands that its expenditure he so
safeguarded that every province
should gel ils fair share and that the
money eoultl not be used for partisan
purposes.
"The appointment of public officials upon consideration of capacity
am) personal character, and not
party service alone."
Vet since Mr. llorden's coming to
power there has been such an unprecedented slaughter amongst the Liberal employees of the public service
that lhe government recently stated
it would take over eighteen months
to prcpato particulars ol them with-
10 BE PRETTY, I WOMAN'S HI
A pretty woman may enhance her
beauty and a plain woman become
good looking by the proper care of
her hair.
Nicy hair, pretty hair, growing on
the head it adorns, is one of nature's
greatest beautiflers.
Thc kind of hair which always
makes us look the same the second
time, follows the use of Newbro's
Herpicide, and is possible lor every
woman.
Tlie results following regular applications of Newbro's Herpicido arc
often wonderful. It not only cleans
the scalp entirely ol dandruff hut
helps the coming out, adds to its
life, luster and luxuriance which ate
so esseutial-to their beauty.
MUST BE FREE FROM DANDRUFF
  HERPICIDE
Newbro's Herpicide is the Original
scalp prophylactic. All other hair
remedies claiming to kill the dandruff
germ are simply trying to trade upon the reputation of genuine Herpicide.
Applications may be obtained at
good barber  shops and hair dressers.
Send 10c. in postage to The Herpicide Co., Dept. R., Detroit, Mich.,
for sample and booklet.
Newbro's Herpicide in 50c. nnd
$1.00 sizes Is sold by all dealers who
guarahtee it to do all that is claimed. If you are not satisfied your
money will be refunded,
Brattle-Murphy Co,, Ltd., Special
Agents.
out including the. hundreds or thousands of postmasters dismissed by
Hon. Mr. Pelletier. Nor is this
statement strongly in accord with
the freeing of a convicted forger at
Ih'oousse, who immediately taok a
government, mb from which a Liberal
had been dismissed. Nor is it exemplified in the case of a man named McCloskie, appointed postmaster
at, Wakaw, Sask., who, the Hon. Mr.
Davfcs rccentlyl said in the senate,
within three months of his appointment had been fined for a serious offence, and who a short time later ^attacked his mother-in-law with a
knife and then took to the woods.
Mr. llorden's third essential was:
"Flections untainted by the corral) ting influences ot bribery and
fraud."
■Ills lack of sincerity in this was
shown by his tolerance ot the -Hon.
Mr. Itogcrs, who led tlte notorious
outrages in Macdonald by-election,
the attempt to bribe thc electors of
Richelieu with the promise of a railway if they elected a Conservative,
and the attempt to influence the An-
tlgonlsh bo-cleclion by publishing
tncro aforetime the government estimates for public works in that riding.
These, are samples of thc manner in
which Mr. Horden is trying pot to
redeem the multitude of pledges' he
made before his election.
CHURCH COLUMN
SALVATION ARMY.
Hrijiiadier Margrave will conduct a
service in the Salvation Army hall
at Cranbrook on Tuesday, April 29,
at S p.m.
W. 0, Carruthers, Capt.
BAPTIST CHURCH.
Uev. O. E. Kendall, pastor.
Morning worship, 11.00k. Topic:
.losihh's Revival.
F.vening worship, 7.3ok. Topic: The
Conversion of Lydia.
An object sermon will be delivered
al thc Church Attendance LeaK'i3 in
the morning service. The 'jsm-J svt-
vice of song will be held in thi evening.
BAER ADRESSES
LARGELY ATTENDED  MEETING
HEARS   INTERESTING ADDRESS ON REORGANIZATION.
There was a banner attendance of
Liberals at a gathering held last
night in the Liberal committee
rooms to discuss the broad question
of organization. The chair was
taken by Ed, Patcrson, of the Kink
Mercantile* company, who briefly
stated the objects of tht meeting nnd
Introduced the provincial organizer,
Walter W. Baer, banding the meeting
over to him fon Hie discussion of organization methods.
The organizer, who has visited
many parts of the province, gave an
interesting account of his work,
showing some of the gratifying results obtained by the methods adopted in the construction of an efiec-
tlvo organization of the Liberal
party throughout the province as
well as how It is heing kept. free
from the menace of political "machine"'methods. After this he dwelt
at some length on the grounds upon
which the Liberal party, thoroughly
reorganized, rejuvenated with newi
blood and thirsting for the.fray, intends to attnek the "Howser-Mc-
Htide" administration when next- it
is their privilege to go to the polls.
Mr. Baer entered somewhat exhaustively into a criticism and analysis
of t'he unstatesmanlike legislation of
the administration, scoring heavily
on the.timber and land policies of
the government and its utter disregard for the rights of labor in the
laws which have been enacted during
its term 'of office,
In an after meeting the organizer
explained the decimal methods of
the organization, taking the executive fully1 into the confidence of the
organization committee and commending them lo the work. The. annual meeting of the Cranbrook Liberal association will be held in two
week aud tin* election ol officers anil
Lost Vitality
Caused    by    Kidney
Stomach and Bowel
Disorders.
St. John, N.U., September lHtti,
1911.—My brother was a great sufferer trom kidney, stomach and bow
el troubles and was given up by two
doctors. He was advised to try
your Fig Pills, which he did, nnd
after taking five boxes was completely restored to health and is better today than he has been for Years.
You can't recommend Fig Pills loo
highly.
J. W. Mauvers.
At all dealers, 25 and 50 cents or
The Pig Pill Co., St. Thomas, Ont.
Sold by the Cranbrook Drug and
Book Co., Ltd.
executive for the current year will
then be made, when the local body
with the associated organizations
throughout the Cranbrook riding will
enter heartily upon tlie scheme.
FIRST MIXED
FARMING CONGRESS
FORMALLY   OPENED   IN LETU-
imilXiE ON WEDNESDAY
MORNING.
Letihbridge, April 23.—Thc first
Mixed Farming convention ou record was called to order this morning at 11 o'clock by Mr. O, T.
Lathrop, chairman of Hie agricultural
section of the lethbridge board of
trade, with a few remarks as to the
aims of thc convention. lie included
the whole situation wlien lie said
that the object was to help thc farmer to Taise mixed products, anil
to prepare and maintain a market for
tho produce when it was ready.
Mr. Lathrop called on* Mr. G. E.
Fleming to lead the audience in the
singing of "God Save the King,"
which formally opened the meeting.
His Worship Mayor W. D. L. Har-
dio extended a gracious welcome on
behalf of the city. He-said that he
was no farmer and couldn't give any
advice along farming lines, but ns an
observer and busrness man, he has
been aware for so'mc time that
change from the present method of
farming is needed. He pointed out
tho (Very intimate relation existing
between the citizen as a consumer,
and tlw farmer as a producer, and
said that the producer should study
the demand of tlie consumer and produce accordingly, and the consumer
should help in the organization of
•markets so that he will know where
to get what he wan*ts.
•	
conducted tlie services. A brother.
IL Jiarlass, a mining engineer of
Hosmer. attended the services. Dc-
oeased has worked In the Corhin
mines for the past several years.
BUFF  ORPINGTONS
Best Alberto ami B.C. blood.
Winners from Cranbrook nml the
Coast.   Eggs $1.50 per sotting.
Webb, Phono 268, Cranbrook.   17
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Rexall Orderlies come in convenient rest-pocket site tin boxes. 12
tablets, 10c; 30 tablets, 25c; 80
tablets, 50c.
- CAUTION: Please bear in mind that Rexall Orderlies are not aold by all drur
glita.   You can buy Rexall Orderlies only at the Rexall Stores.
You can buy Rexall Orderlies io this community only at our store:
Beattic Murphy Co. Limited
Cranbrook ThO  jtMCfltt StOM      British Columbia
Then Is a Rexall 8tore la nearly every town and eity In the United State*, Caiuutmand
Great Britain. There It a different Retail Remedy for Dearly every ordinary human Ul —
each especially designed for the particular ill (or whioh it is recommended.
The Rexall Stores are America's Greatest Drug Stores
CORPORATION OF THE
CITYJ CRANBROOK
TENDERS   FOR  CEMENT   SIDEWALK.
SEALED TENDERS arc invited
for this construct ion ol approximate-
ly 25,1)00 square feet cement sidewalk.
Specifications may be obtained al
tin- City Clerk's office.
Tenders must be delivered lo the
undersigned not later than noon on
April 281li, 1918, accompanied wltli a
marked clicquo of .1 per cent of Uie
total cost. The successful tenders
will be required to enter into an
agreement wltli Ilia city for the due
performance of the work.
Tho, lowest or any tender not
neeessarilv accepted.
T. ill. ROBERTS,
1C-21 City Clerk.
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Harness, Saddles, Bridles,
Blankets, Robes,
Whips, Etc.
Trunks, Valises, Grips,
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SEEDS
From
Reading,
Elicit, ml
Seedsmen to Wfo Majesty the King
A. J. WOODWARD
Sale Agents
612 Granville SI.     -     VANCOUVER
OlfiFortUt.     •     •     VICTORIA
CATAtOMIO»»PPUCATraM THB   CRAKBUOOK   BBRALI)
OFFICIAL PRIZE LIST
For Cranbrook's Fall Fair, September 18th and 19th, 1913
POULTRY
Class. 1st.
58. Wyandottes, Columbian, mule ...    1.00
ft!). Wyandottes, Columbian, female.    1.00
III). Wyandottrs, Columbian, best
bird shown  Ribbon
til. Wyandottes, uny
variety not elsewhere classified,
male     1.00
02. Wyandottes,   any
variety not elsewhere classified,
female    1.00
03. 'WyamlotU's,    any
variety not elsewhere classified,
best bird shown.Hibbon
81.   Orpingtons,
Black, male ... .   1.00
05. Orpingtons,
Black, female ...   1.00
06. Orpingtons,
Black,, best bird'
shown  Ribbon
67. Leghorns,      Buff,
male „i    1.00
68. Leghorns,     Buff,
female    1.00
69. Leghorns,      Buff,
best bird shown.Ribbon
70. Leghorns,! '    any
variety not elsewhere classified,
male     1.00
71. Leghorns,       any
variety not elsewhere classified,
female      1.00
72. Ijeghorns,      nnyi
variety not elsewhere classified,
best bird shown.Ribbon
73. Minorcas,      best
male     1.00
71.   Minorcas,      nest
female     1.00
75. Minorcas,      best
bird   shown   Ribbon
76. Andalusjans,
best male    1.00
77. Amlalusians,,
best female   .....   1.00
76.  Andalusians,
best bin! shown.Ribbon
19. Hamburgs, any
color, or Cam-
pines, male   ....   1.00
80. llumburgs,     any
color, or Cam-
pinrs, female ...   1-00
81. llamburgs,      any
color, or Cam-
pines, best bird
shown  Ribbon
82. Dorkings or Hou-
ilans, male     1.00
83. Dorkings or HOu-
dans, female ...■   1.00
84. Dorkings °r Hou-
dans, best bird
shown,, Ribbon
85. name,   Old Eng
lish or Pit, any
color, male     1.00
86. Game,  Old  lCng-
lish or l'il, any
color, female   ,.,    1,00
87. (liiine,   Old   Eng
lish, or Pit, any
cob r, best bird
shown Ribbon
88. (iaine,       Kxhihi-
lion, nny standard color, male,   1.00
80. (lame, -Kxhibi-
tion, any standard color., if
male     1.00
DO. (lame, Exhibition, any standard color, best
bird shown ...   .Ribbon
ill. Cornish or Indian Came, nny
standard color,
male     1.00
02. Cornish or Indian (lame, anv
standard color,
female      1.00
02a. Cornish or Indian (lame, nny
slumlord color,
test bird shown, Ribbon
113.   Rrnhmas, light or
dark, male       1.00
■01.   Brahmas, light or
dark, female    1.00
Do. Brahmas, light or
dark, best bird
shown Ribbon
66. Bantams, Cochin, any color,
male*.    1.00
97. Bantams, Cochin,
any color, female     1.00
98. Bantams;, Cochin,
nny   color, best
bird shown  Ribbon
90. Bantams, any
standard variety,
not classified
elsewhere,' malo   1.00
100. Bantams,       'any
standard variety
not classified
elwwlierc, lemale   1.00
101. Bantams,       any
CONTINUED
2ud.       3rd,
.50
.BO
.50
.50
.50
.50
.50
.50
.50
.50
.50
.50
10.1.
101.
standard variety
not classified
elsewhere,! best
bird shown Ribbon
'Any recognized
variety of fowls
not coming under any of tbe
above classifications, best male
Any recognized
variety of fowls
not coming under auy of tlie
above classifica-
tions, best female   .
Any, recognized
variety ol fowls
not coming under any ot the
above classifications, best bird1
shown Ribbon.
1.00
1.00
DUCKS
Class.
105.
ins.
107.
108.
100.
110.
lsf.
2nd.
Ducks, Pekin, best male ...
Ducks, Pekin, best female...
Ducks, Rouen, best male ...
Ducks, Rouen, best female....
Ducks,   any  other   standard
variety, male 	
Ducks,   any   other standard
variety, lemale     	
1.511
,75
1.80
.75
1.50
.75
1.50
.75
.75
GEESE
Class
111.
1st.
Oeesc, Toulouse, best male.   2.00
male    2.00
112. Geese,   Toulouse,     best   le-
113. (lease,   any   other standard
variety, male    2.00
114. Geese,   any   other   standard
variety, lemale    2.00
115. Turkeys, Bronze, best male.   2.00
116. Turkeys,   Bronze,   best    fe
male     2.00
117. Turkeys, any other standard
variety, male    2.00
118. Turkeys, any other standard
variety, lemale     2.00
ORNAMENTALS
Class. 1st.
119. Guineas, best male     1.00
120. Guineas, best female     1.00
121. Pheasants,     Mongolian    or
King-Neck, best male      2.00
122. Pheasants,    Mongolian    or
Ring-Xeck, best,   female   ...   2.00
123. Pheasants, any other variety,
best male     2.00
121.   Pheas-ants, any other variety,
best female     2.00
2nd.
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
2nd.
.50
.50
1.00
1
1.00
1.00
DRESSED POULTRY
SECTION IS -DRESSED POULTRY.
The lollowlng rules are to govern the entry and
judging in this class:
Rule 1. Poultry must be exhibited undrawn,
ami feathers shall not be plucked from the head nor
upper portion of neck. Hints with breast bones
broken down, part of same removed, or the carcases
otherwise tampered with, will be disqualified.
Rule 2. All birds must have been thoroughly
tasted and no bird will be allowed to compete if
feed is in the crop.
Rule 3. All Imils must have been killed by dislocation of the neck or by bleeding through the root
of the mouth. llirds that arc rendered unsightly
will not be allowed to compete.
HEAVY BRKEDS, ASlATfCS.
Class. 1st. 2nd.
1. Host   two hens   dressed   lor
market     1.00 .50
2. Best  two   pullets   or cocla-
erels dressed for market ...   1.00 .50
HEAVY BREEDS, CLEAN
FLESH.
Class.
LEGGED, YELLOW
1st.
2nd.
3.   Best   two hens   dressed lor
market     1.00
I. Best two pullets oe cockerels dressed tor market ...   1.00
HEAVY   BREEDS,    WHITE
I.K(KIKI).
Class. lat.
5.   Best   two liens   dressed lor
market    1.00
0.   Best  two  pullets   or  cock-
erols dressed lor market ...   1.00
dressed i     1.00
12. Best uro squabs dressed 1.00
13. Best    two   dressed     young
ducks   1.00
EGGS.
Class.
1st.
2nd.
14. Best dozen dark e«,gs   1.00 .50
15. Best dozen white eggs   1.011 .".II
In scoring eggs Judge lo use II c. Poultry Association score.
PET STOCK
SECTION IO.-1'ET STOCK.
Class. IS|.
1. Pigeons, Homers, pair      1.00
3. Pigeons,  Fantails, pair     1.00
3. Pigeons, Tumblers,   pair ...' 1.00
4. Pigeons,     other     varieties,
pair  '  1.00
5. Canaries, cock   1.00
6. Canaries, ben   1.00
7. Rabbits, Belgian Hare,   pair 1.50
8. Rabbits,   Flemish     Giants,
pair     i.r,(i
9. Rabbits,   any   other   varie
ty, pair    1.511
10.   Other   pet   stock,   not elsewhere mentioned, pair     1.50
DOGS
SECTION 20.-DOGS.
Class. 1st.
Collies, registered, dog       3.00
3.00
1.50
1.50
3.00
3.00
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
2. Collies, registered, bitch
3. Collies, dog, open class   	
4. Collies, bitch, open class   ...
5. For    Terriers,     registered,
dog	
8.  Fox    Terriers,     registered,
blU'b	
7. Foi   Terriers,     open class,
uog   	
8. Foi   Terriers,   open   class,
bitch 	
0.  Setters, dog	
10. Setters, bitch 	
11. Pointers, dog	
12. Pointers, bitch 	
13. Cocker Spaniel, dog 	
14. Cocker Spaniel, bitch 	
15. Irish Water Spaniel, dog   ...
16. Irish Water Spaniel, bitch..
17. Bull Terrier, dog
18. Bull Terrier, bitch
19. Bull Dog, dog 	
20. Hull Dog, bitch 	
21. SI. Bernard, dog ...
22. St. Bernard, bitch
CATS
Class.
SHC'TION" 21.-CATS.
1st,
Class.
7
GAME AND CORNISH.
1st.
tor
FLESH,   CLEAN
Snd.
.50
.50
2nd.
3.
4.
J.
12.
13.
14.
2.00
2.00
of
2.00
!.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
10.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
i.oo
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
Rest two hens  dressed
market	
Best   two   pullebi   or.'cock-
prels dressed lor market ...
SMALL' BREEDS.
.50
Class.
1.00
1.00
1st.
0.   Host two   hens   dressed tor
market    I.OO
10. Best, two  pullets or cocker
els) dressed lor market   ....   l.H
11. Beat     two   mlt  broilers
.50
.75
SECTION 23.-PALI. APPLES.
Class.
2.
J.
4.
5.
t.
Best box of Duchess 	
Best box ot Mcintosh Reds   ...
Best box ot
VfesltJiy 	
Rest box ot Alexander 	
Rest box'ol. Snow
Beat box ol Wolf
Rlrer ...	
Best box ot
flrarenatein
1st.
2.00
3.00
2.00
2.00
3.00
2.00
2nd.
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
.50
.50
.511
.50
.50
.50
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
2nd.
1.50
1.50
1.00
1.00
1.50
1.50
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1. Best cat on exhibition     1.50
2. Best kitten   on   exhibition..   1.00
3. Best   essay   on  how to ex
terminate both   the  above
sections     1.00
FRUITS
SECTION 22-WINTER APPLES.
Class. 1st. 2nd.
1. Best box ot Wag
ners 	
2. Best      boxi     ol
Northern Spy ...
Best    box R.   1.
Greenings 	
Best box
Kings 	
Best box ol   Golden Russets     2.00
t.  Best box ol .Ion
athans 	
7. Best       box      of
Spitz 	
I. Best box ol  Gol
den   Plppens   of
WestchesterCo..
9. Best box ol Winter Bananas     2.00
10.  Best       box    of
Grimes Golden..
II. Belt  box ot Tai
wan's Sweet ...
Best     box      of
Gano ... .
Rest   five   boxes
os    commercial
Packed and commercial   variety
of any of   the
above      	
Best     Plata    ol
each     ol     thc
above varieties..   1.00
.75
.50
.50
.50
.50
.50
.50
50
.50
.50
.50
.50
.50
.50
5.00
TAGGED-OUT" WOMEN
Will Find a Helpful Suggestion
In This Letter.
Overworked, run-down. "fagged
out" women who feel as though they
could hardly drat? aboul. should profit
by Miss Rfchter's experience. She
ftlyt: "Last winter I was completely
run down and felt fagged out all the
time, was nervous and had fndiges-
tion.
"One of my friends advisH me to
lake Vlnol, and It has done me great;
good. The tired, worn-out feeling is
all gone, and I am strong, vigorous
and well. The stomach trouble sonn
dlaaiM'eared and now 1 eat heartily
and have iierfert digestion. I wish
every tired, weak, tforvous woman
could have Vlnol, for I never spent
any money in my life that fib] me so
much good as that I spent for Vinol."
Marie Riehfer, Detroit. .Mich.
Thousands or women and men
who were formerly weak nnd sickly
owe their present, rugged health to
the wonderful strength-creating effects
of Vinol. We guarantee Vfnol to build
you up and make you strong If
it does not, we give back your money.
Cranbrook Drug and Book Co.,
Cranbrook, B.C.
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., Prwtdent
ALEXANDER LAIRD JOHN AIRD
General Manager Assistant General Manager
CAPITAL, $15,000,000
REST, $12,500,000
LIVING HIGHER THAN
SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS
Interest at the current rate is allowed on all deposit-, of Si and
upwards. Careful attention is given to every nccount Small accounts
are welcomed.    Accounts may be opened and operated by mail.
Accounts may be opened hi the names of two or more persons,
Withdrawals to he made hy any one ol them oi hy the survivor. a,
R. T. Brymner, flanager Cranbrook, H. C.
(To to ftntimed Mat web)
GOVERNMENT       REPORT      ONCOST    OK   LIVING   SHOWS
INTERESTING   COMPARISON.
That ihe eosl of.(Hying was higher
last year than al any lime during
the lasi generation is the statement
made in the annual repot"! ot(tlic
labor riifliarlment |n regard Io wholesale prices, which wns tabled in tin*
house of commons last week.
"High as was the general level."
the report opens, ''ri-aclietl in I'lM
by wholesale prices in Canada--thn
highest probably within the pri'5_>..l
generation—h still further and pronounced advance took place during
1012, Taking the 2H7 representative
articli-ft Included in,the record of tlu;
department of labor, the rise in, UM3
over 1911 amounted to 0.5 per cent.
"Those figures," the report goes
on(1 "probably minimize to a degree
the bearing of the wage* to lhe high
cost of living. A calculation which
assigns to the. various groups their
approximate relative weight . from
thisf standpoint, shows the rise in
1912 to have been well over nine
per cent. In retail prices the advance, was approximately 5.8 per
cent.
■■'For the four years prior to>1890.
no comparison data has been assembled; in 1882-4 prices were higher
in Canada, but it would in* necessary
probably to. -go back to the lirst
quarter or the decade, 1870-187!!,
when this level was very high,, both
in Europe and America, tn find conditions tn parallel those of 1913.
"With the period for which definite
information,lias hern collected (18fli1-
lf*12)," il is added, "at n" time
have prices Approached the level ol
1911-12, save perhaps in 1M7, when.
however, the highest point was still
considerably below that of 1911-12.''
"The rise in the cost of living,"
the report remarks, "has struck at
the standard of comfort, often with
serious results to many whose in-'
comes have not similarly advanced,1
while business in many instances,
notwithstanding widespread prosperity, has been unsettled if not embarrassed by thc unstable condition
ol values."
In order,, to illustrate the influence
of the increase in prices on the cost
of living, a tabic was prepared hy R,
II. Coats, under whose direction the
report has been compiled, who has
drawn up a table of-the weekly expenditure of a typical family of five
oa staple, goods, lue!, lighting and
rentals. Thc income of thc.family is
estimated at $800 per year. On
this basis the weekly budget would
have cost Jl3.24ii» 4910; $118!) in
1911; and J13.63 in 1912.
The rise in prices, it is noted, Is
not confine*!, to Canada, hut it is
noticeable in the .statistical reports
ol the United States, of the I'nited
Kingdom, of France, andtOf Australia and. New Zealand.
No attempt is made to assign causes for the increase, but a-special report is made on tho increase of production of gold.
*'As to the outlook," says Mr
Coates, "no Immediate,change in
price, tendencies was foreshadowed ol
the close of 1912, though the rapid
upward movement of the autumn appeared to have spent its force. In
general, two leading, influences appeared in opposition: The prevailing
trade prosperity and the growing restriction in the supply of money
flowing in, partly, from the disturbed
political conditions In Europe"
The   monthly report of the department of labor for .Match shows   that
. the general range, of wholesale prices
at thc time had fallen off a couple of
points from, the figure of the end    ol
.50     the year.
Mr. Coates this year has added    n
.50     considerable amount of new material
to his   report, and much detail      Is
.50     given   which throw    valuable*    sidelights on    thc course of the prices of
.50    various commodities.       ,
.50        In laying the    report on the table,
Hon. \V. T.   Crothers, minister      Of
,50     labor,, stated his approval of President Tail's     proposal for an inlerna-
.50    tional  commission on the high   cost
ol liviat-.
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Imperial Bank ol Canada
HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED
CAPITAL SUBSCRIBED
CAPITAL PAID UP
RESERVE FUND
TOTAL ASSETS
$10,000,000.00
e.620,000.00
6.770,000.00
0.770.000.00
$72,000,000.00
D. R. WILKIE, President.
HON. ROBERT JAFFRAY. Vice.Pn»ident
Accounts of Corporations. Municipalities, Merchants
Farmers and Private Individuals invited.
Drafts and Letters of Credit issued available in anv part of
the world.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Special attention
given to Savings Hank Accounts. Deposits of $1.00 and
upwards received and interest allowed from date of deposit.
Cranbrook Branch: U. W. SUPPLE, Mgr.
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An Opportunity for a
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Cranbrook
We have some Gilt Edged Original Prairie Ibwnaitei
lnot sub-flivisioimi. which a|,|j**.',l lo tbe intelligent investor, ini'l «ra intend to pat f>n an extensive advertising cam.
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made. And once the best music and songs of the
best artists have come to you on Blue Amberol Records it will always be yours as vividly as at first,for
the Blue Amberol never wears out.
Hear it at your Kdison dealer's today.
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A complete line of Ediion Phonograph, and Recorda will be found at
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ELKO
(Hy Krctl Koo).
Current *.,
1 ravelins, lr.\
cough medicine
elms. Leys
Klko Snlunla*)
items, visitors,
iijieis and other
as follows:
his lirst appear
tlie
Slo
Imc
ridge  pole
Toil
sill
111
hands ti
troin   i
ol Klko
fo) I
alio
wli
to   grow   up gra
else.
J. li. GoUsteii
Vancouver, wlien-
[having co isiilen
were sij^ns of nn
hard boiled hat.
clabher milk and
grease.
Harry     Alnaii.
leather    lunged
who tells li
resty   bacon and
would top Mi.* ii.i
greatest  function    ovei
Hume hotel, was in Elki
Tln-re  was    no truth
mcnl   thai   .1    party i
sitting
villi cayuse.
is, he had
•li he could r
ind allow his
Chnrilu hails
west subdiv
•aches lhe young
arians if nothing
drifted In (nun
ie .said lliey were
o rain. There
; growing on ids
Nn was peddling
ther Kinds uf ,i\l
take
cook
Nelson,
nf Arm
plcoo <
so that
t lin
had
•i       i In-
held   in the
i Ihis week,
in lhe stale-
[ suffragettes
'ed in Klko. It was only
one nf Hie ladies in North Star park
blowing off.
Quite a lil lle commotion was cans-
ril when word was passed round that
the Duke of York had arrived trnvol-
liiiir, incog, hut in looking into tbe
mailer it was ;t fellow called
"York," who ells carpet, tacks,
grindstones, uarb wire, and malob
less automatic lire ktntltcrs, from
Calgary, Alia., and who busted into
tears when In- heard of ibe result   of
1 Tn? elections.
Finley Robson, one ol the most
popular travellers on the road, is
looking for a sile tu build.
Sil Bradley will soon be quitting
lhe road to wigglo around the strawberry patches around Creston.
M. Gorman, Blko's human terrcl.
left, for Spoknno to bring back
Messis. Fleecer, Soakem and (Iran-
ull.
Mr. and Airs. Webster, .,[ Winnipeg,
nrrive<| In Klko nml foil bv lhe
Pack Train special for their land on
the south fork.
Ah Woodacre, of England, passed
through Elko on his way to heautitu]
Baynes witb sufllclenl lumber to
build himself a cabin.
A party of sightseers came down lo
Klko last Saturday to watch lhe
coal company's surveyors blazing
their assessment work.
Cranbrook nun buy Inside property
in Klko.
Big Prank Hawthorne, ol Nelson,
was an Klko visitor this week, be
also visited Waldo. Frank informed
the hoard of trade that the first of
■ Inly would lie the last of   Whilst.
Joe Stephens, of .Morrissey, was
visiting Elko friends tbis week.
Mr. Mclntyrc arrived in Klko and
will dispense the gospel from the
pulpit of lhe Presbyterian church.
This is not the fellow Ralph Connor
wrole about. The Ladles Aid are
making a ground floor proposition for
Mclntyrc    hi  Ibe shape  of  a        three
roomed bungalow on Gospel Hill.
A college professor from one of ibe
eastern colleges arrived in KU»o and
left for Tobacco Plains, where he
will spend three mollis chasing hum
tiling birds, butler files, and chicken
Hawk:, V mcrchftnl of Klko sold
him n, pair of Bnowshocs so ho could
speed across I lie alfalfa meadows
Without get!ing his feel   wet.
The Klko board of trade will meet
Tuesday night to arrange a date for
the big celebration.
Mr. and Mrs. Stone Caff drove in
from Tobacco Plains In their covered
buggy, accompanied hy Miss Amelia
Soii-uf-a-(iun. Both ladies arc as
popular as a pink fashion sheet,
while Stone Calf has blue blood, but
is a Rttle short of the long green al
this season of the year.
Several collar button drummers
visited Klko for the first lime and
I heir actions would qualify tbem for
a position in. a pain killer almanac
Mr. Rutledge, famous around Cranbrook, was an Klko visitor. |>m\
knowledge of horses would make him
a fortune on the track.
Mr. Whitney, of Calgary, with
specialties such as stein winding
mouse traps, patent clothes wringers, mop sticks and self-acting
dollies lines, was in  Elko last week.
Alex. Mimic's automobile party
left for Cranbrook on Tuesday. May
tbe Lord have   mercy on Cranbrook,
The government is building a large
addition to the court house and
put ling in new steel cells for the accommodation of the prisoners who escape from Fernie.
If you see, a man wilh a couple of
gold bricks and a roll of blank stock
certificates notify M. Gorman, Elko.
The people in Fernie are laying in
a supply of coal in anticipaion of the
long hard winter between now and
the Hh of July.
Mcintosh, of Craii'hrook, was iu
Klko Sunday looking as if he had a
load on his* mind as big as a hay-
Mack. Dave Spiers, another Cranhrook capitalist, with a smile Hid
width of a saddle blanket, sees golden opportunities for Klko.
Murdoch McKay, the champion road
builder of B.C., and parly of civil
engineers, arc putting) the nnishhin
touches to the boulevards and river
drives around the old historic burg.
C. K. Ayre, the South Kootenay
manager for the North Star Lumber
company, left Klko for Spokane aud
other portions of the land of tbo east
iron dollar and wooden nutmegs. Tit,,
mill expects to start operations
some time this week.
As we go to press there's a couple
of dog lights and a high toned conversation going on hy two society
leaders whieh will he reported iu our
next week's items. Wc arc, however, pleased to say that business is
ripping and that it pays to udvet-
lisc.
WARDNER
(Special correspondence).
Mrs. Elgy Buhl and family .left on
Thursday for Nakusp, B.C., where
Mr. Buhl has been engaged for some
lime, We,.ire sorry to loose them
and trust they have every success in
their now home.
...Mr.'Fred Speaker has severed his
connection at Canyon City and intends working for the company,
Oscar Buck, who has heen employed at the company's slore, left
on Thursday morning for the prairie,
where he will join his family. Miss
Addie Buck will go later on.
Mr. Hawthorne, nf the Hudson
Bay company, of Nelson, called on
business Thursday.
A large njumber of men arrived in
town Wednesday to work on the
flumo nl Little Bull river..
Mr. Baker, superintendent of construction for Mr. Harhnd, Ibe Hume
man, is In'town in attendance at bis
duties.
I'. Lund was a Cranbrook visitor
Thursday. •   .
SprinK plowing is In full swing on
lhe ranches  around  Wtudnec    lues**
days.
Chief Minty, ot Fcrnie, called Friday on business.
Miss Sadie Monkley and Junta
Ramsey were visitors at Fernie Saturday last.
The regular meeting of the Wardner Conservative association was
held Friday night. '.Much business
was passed and adopted. The next
regular meeting will be held ou tho
third Friday in May at the Foresters hall.
K. II. Bohart and friends, Mrs.
Donahoe and Graham Donahoe, motored to Wasa Friday in attendance
of auto enthusiasts held at the Wasa
bold.
A large slide of snow came down
Big Bull river, completely stopping
the waler for a time, Such slides
are dangerous to life and property
since the country has been opened
up.
(ieo. Henderson and wife arrived in
town Friday on their way to tlie
claim up Big Bull canyon.
Tbe people of Wardner need mole
sidewalks and now Is the time to get
them —this year.
(1. VY. Ronlck bad the misfortune
lo injure his hand at tho planer and
is spending a few days at lhe Cranbrook hospital.
Sam Harrison sold his horse to C.
Blair, J. F. llucbcroft and F. .lackr
son, of Creston.
Saturday afternoon the fire department got a hurry up call to one( of
the suburbs, Hienstrntn's bouse being
in great: danger of total destruction.
The efforts of the brigade soon extinguished the flames.
Olo Holmes in blasting out a basement for bis house, blew holes
through the floor and damaged thc
house iu general;
The ball game Sunday afternoon
was a very brisk affair, the intermediates Whittling by a score of 12 t>
lu. The feature of the game 'was
tbe double play of Donahoe to Johnson, Johnson to Markle.
Billie Barclay was a Cranhrook
visitor on Monday-and Tuesday of
tin's week.
The organization of the Bull River
ball team took place Sunday afternoon. The election of ollicers resulted in the following: Manager,
Hob I'iersoii; captain, Mr. Fidler;
secretary, Kd. Mesonia; treasurer,
Joe Chassey. About one hundred
dollars was collected and everything
points to a very successful season.
The old grounds are to be greatly
improved ami bleachers installed.
Mr. French and sister, Miss M.
French, were Cranbrook visitors
Monday last.
Mr. Bales, of lhe Tourist hotel,
Mull River, passed through town
Monday for Cranbrook.
Ben I.eard and Mr. Fisher are
blasting up in the hills iu Kast Wardner seeking gold iu Its natural state.
The Sunday School will meet in
lhe morning instead of the afternoon
as formerly.
.Mrs. Flossie Kimball, of the St.
Eugene hospital staff called on her
parents here Tuesday.
Mrs. Ohas. Scarboro has returned
I.i her borne here after a very pleasant holiday with friends in and
around Spokane.
WINDERMERE   DISTRICT BASEBALL LKACH'K.
A meeting was called with delegates from the Wilmer, Invermere
ind Athalmer clubs, to form the
above Icagiue, in the Athalmer pool
'hall Tuesday, April 8th at 5 p.m.
The following were present; Messrs.
Fletcher nnd Clarke (Athalmer) Hall
and Wedd (luvr(merr) Chamberlain
and Moore (Wilinct). H. L.
Fletcher was appointed secretary-
treasurer. Each club to play eight
games, four on home grounds aud in
case of n tie, to t be decided hy one
game on neutral ground.
Each club to submit to tho secretary of the league the names of two
umpires, being -playing members, of
tluir respective clubs, the playing
teams to make a choice. Lsngue
games lo start at 2,30 sharp.
SCHEDULE OF LEAOUE GAMES.
May 18.—Wilmer vs. Invermere al
Invermere.
May 21.—Athalmer vs. Wllnier nt
Wilmer,
May 81,—Athalmer vs. Invermere
al Athalmer.
June K.—Wilmer vs. Invermere nt
Wilmer.
June II.—Athalmer vs. Wit met a'
Athalmer.
June 21.—Athalmer vs. Invermere
at Invennere.
July 1.—Wilmer vs. Invermero al
invermere.
July C.—Athalmer vs. Wilmer at
Wilmer.
• Inly 12—Athalmer vs. Invermere
at Athalmer.
July 21).—Wilmer vs. Iiivcruiere at
Wilmer.
July 27.—Athalmer vs. Wilmer at
Athalmer.
Aug. 2.—Athalmer vs. Tnverniere
at Invermere.
POETT-JEPHSON NUPTIAL
WEDDINGi        OF      PROMINENT
YOUNG I'KOJMJ*. AT INVKR-
MKRK-WILL RESIDE IN
VANCOUVER.
Invcrincic, B. ('., April 22.-AI
higlh noon on Tuesday, the lMh,
there was solcmni/cd al the home of
her father, the wedding of Frances
Mary Phyllis Poctt,   eldest daughlei
RHEUMATISM   YIELDS TO ZAM-
BUK.
Read This Lady's Experience.
Just at this season many people
find themselves suffering from aches
and pains of rheumatism, sciatica,
etc. Kor these, Zam-Buk is a sure
cure.
Mrs. Mary Harman, Whcatley,
Ont., writes: "I hail rheumatism very
badly. it affected my right arm
and leg, and was so bad that I could
not put my hand to my bead or behind me. I was quite helpless,
could not do my work, and could not
even dress myself, but had to be attended to like a child. The rheumatism in my leg was so bad that at
times I could hardly walk.
"Naturally 1 tried various remedies, but tbey seemed to do me no
good. A friend advised mc to try
Zam-Buk. I obtained some, and
had it rubbed thoroughly into the affected muscles. Before thc first box
was used I was very much better. 1
could move around the house with
ease, ami dress myself, and needed
very little persotinl attention. I continued with the treatment, rubbing
Zam-Buk in thoroughly every day
and in a few weeks' time the rheumatism was driven completely out ot
my system.! The cure was permanent
too, and since that time I have never
been troubled with rhcumatfsm."
It is just as good for skin injuries
and diseases, eczema, scalp sores,
eruptions, piles, cuts, burns, bruises,
scalds, etc. All druggists and
stores, 50c. box, or by mail from
Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, for price.
of Brigadier-General Poctt, and Mrs.
the assemblage was distinguished in
son, of Vancouver, only son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jephson, of No. 4 Cornwall-Gardens S. W. London. Tlie rite
was performed by Reverend Father
K. Lambot, O.M.I., or St. Eugene
Mission. The bride was unattended
but Baron MeUsch, late of Dresden,
Germany, acted as groomsman. The
ceremony was performed at West-
lake, the home of the bride's parents,
which place is situated a few miles
to the west, of here. Only the
members of the family and their immediate friends were present, but
bride cake, speeches and the drinking
the number of names of military officers who were amongst the guests.
The ceremony was followed by tbe
usual custom or the cutting of tbe
Mr. and Mrs. Jephson left iminod-
of healths. A magnificent buffet
lunch was also provided,
ground on the 21st day of April,
lately after the ceremony for their
new home in Vancouver. The first
s4age of the journey lo Golden
which is the nearest railway station, had'to be undertaken by automobile, this part covering a distance
erf eighty-five miles. A telephone message since received from Golden says
the trip to that point occupied rather longer than usual owing to 'the
condition of the roads, but that the
journey was safely performed in six
hours time.
KOOTKNAY LAND DISTRICT.
TAKE NOTICE that P. !J. H.
Aplin, of Baynes Lake, B.C., Rancher, intends to apply for permission
to purchase thc following described
land: Commencing at a post planted
at or near the southeast corner ot
Lot 6281, Group 1, Kootenay district, thence south 40 chains; thence
west -10 chains; thence north 40
chains; thence east 40 chains to
point of commencement, containing
160 acres, more or less.
Dated March 22nd, 1913.
P. J. II. Aplin,
Clarence W. Muirbead, Agent.
Located March 7th, 1913.       13-10t
Dr. de Van's Female Pills
A reliable French regulator;never faili. These
pills are exceedingly powerful In regulating tht
generative portion ol tlie lemale system. Refuse
all cheap Imitations. Dr, d« Tab's are aold at
ttj a box, or three 'nr 1.0, Mailed to any address.
Tta» loabflll Writs Co,, St. CftthWlnM, On*
For tml* at Bftrttle, Murphy 4 Co.,
Hardy Northern Grown Pedigree
STRAWBERRY
PUNTS
SENATOR DUNLAP, PARSON'S BEAUTY,
CLEN MARY, CLYDE
Anil other lending varieties, liiBt
suited tn this district
Express charges prepuiil and 10 per
cent, discount allowed on all ordera
with remittam-e in lull received belore
March'JO.
Catalogue sent on request
MONRAD W1QEN
Wynndcl, B. C. list
For Sale
Ono Oxford Engine, 11 x 11. Price
$850,00, Mny bo «een at Benedict Hiding, ono mile east of
Mayook, B. C.
Ono Oxford Saw Carriage, complete with rack feed, 3 blocks,
B post dogs. Price $250.00 at
Elko, B.C.
Ono Oxfonl Friction Feed, complete with cable and sheaves and
drive pullevs. Prico $150.00, at
at Elko, B. C.
For further inrticnlara apply to
Leaak * Johnson, Elko, B. C.
SOCIETY AND CHURCH    |
DIRECTORY !
■■MMMMnBBaaVa
Cranbrook     Lodge,
No. 34
A.F. & A.  M.
Regular meetings on
tbe   third   Thursday
ot every mouth.
Visiting brethren welcomed.
F. B. Miles, W.M.
J, L. Cranston.
Crkboent Louoe No. 3ij
KNIQHTS   of   PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, B, C.
Meets every Tuesday at 8 p.m. at
Fraternity Hall.
Alec. Hurry, C.C.
F. M. Christian, K. ol R.&S.
Visiting brethren cordially invited
.to attend.
I.O.O.F., KEY CITY LODGE, No. 42
Meets every Monday
night at   New Fra-
      tcrnity   Hall.    Sojourning Oddfellows cordially iuvited.
R. Dixon, W. M, Harris,
N. O. Sec'y.
DURHAM ENCAMPMENT NO. 12.
l.O.O.F.
Meeta first and    third Wednesdays
in each month.
A   cordial reception extended     to
visiting brothers.
Officers July 1st to December 31st.
W. M. Harris, Chief Patriarch
H. White, Scribe.
MAPLE LEAF REBEKAH LODOE
No. 19.
Meets every second and  fourth Wednesday at Fraternity Hall.
Sojourning   Rebekahs cordially invited.
Mrs. Alma Lidilicoat, N.G.
Mrs. A. E. Parker, Sec.
ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS
COURT CRANBROOK, 8.D43
Meets in Carmen's Hall Second and
Fourth Thursday ol each month at 8
p.m. sharp.
J. McLachlan, CM.
L. Pearron, Sec., Box 618.
Visiting brethren made, welcome
OVER SEAS CLUB.
Meets in Carmen's Hall 1st and 3rd
Thursday every month at 8 p.m.
Membership   open   to British   citi
zeni.
E. Y. Brake, L. Pearron,
Pres. Sec.
Box C18
Visiting members cordially welcom
ed.
Cranbrook Lodge
No. 1040
Meets every Wednesday
;li * p.m.in Kdyui aiii.k
Knia-lits'    Hull,    lis. k.
fctrwt.
Fbki>. w. Swain, Diet.    R. s. Garrett, Ser
ANCIENT    ORDER    OF   FORESTERS.
Pride ot Cranbrook   Circle, No. 153,
Companions ot tne Forest.
Meets in Carmen's Hall 2nd and 4th
Thursday ot each month at 3
p.m. sharp.
Mrs. L. Whittaker, CO.
Mrs. A. 13. Shaw, Secretary.
P. O. Box 412.
Visiting Companions cordially, welcome.
LOYAL ORANOE
LODGE, No. 1871
Meets 1st and 3rd Thursdays at S p.m. in Koyal
Black Knights ol Ireland
Hall, Baker Street.
Fbkd. W. Swain, W.M.
S. L. Williams, Sec.
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL
It idiKw no dUTeroDce what you fl*ure on
planting thli MiKin—Wt can, mpplr you,
■nd with lb* flneit quality or nursery itock
trtr grown.
All Irttti, ptanti. tlnet, lierrka, alumna,
•fargnana, roaea, etc., aold by ua aro mar-
THVE TO NAME
It will pay you to get In touch with aa.
„   BVERY I'l.ANTBll NEK.US OTJIt HOOK   -
LANDSCAPE GARDENING
8c  WHAT TO PLANT" .
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CRASER
lyALLEY
IIURSERIESItd
N RICHARD M'.COMB.GEfllMfiR,
II BOX. A. ALDERGROVE,B.C?
Ii you want satisfaction with
your washing-  send
MONTANA LAUNDRY
Special prices lor family work.
Mac's Auto Service
phone: 94
Prompt Service New Can
Hotel International
Geo. LoNui'tiK, Proprietor
Situated nt Kingegtite, B.C., on
the Boundary Line, in a spot of
rare eceuio beauty and the eporU-
inaii'ta paradise.
Headquarters for Commercial Men and Tourists
KINOSGATE
B. .C
Electric Restorer for Men
Phosphonot ""tori* every nerve la the body
■ t» its proper tension ; features
vim ii ml vitality, Premature decay and all sexual
weakness aviTtcd at once. Phuaphonol will
make you a new man. Price IB • boi, or two tor
*.\ Mailed to any addrui, the BoobeU Drue
Uo.. Hi. t'»iliarlii«H, Out.
For sale at Beattie-Murphy Co., Ul.
Hotel Coeur D'Alene
Spokane, Wash.
Howard St. and Trent Ave.
A NEW AND
MODERN
HOTEL
(EUROPEAN)
A modern equipped Cafe at moderato
prices
Bates $1.00 and up per day
Our bus meets all trains
The Coeur D'Alene Company
PROPRIETORS
JAB0B OOETZ, President
HARRY F. BAER, Secretary
The Home Bakery
HoiiicBT Fbamg, Frop.
Fresh Bread. Cakes. Pies, and
Pastries of All Kinds
rilONE 87
Norbury Ave.      Opp. City Hall
Hcnilquurters for all kinds of
Repairs
Satisfaction Guaranteed
JOE   MARAPODI
The Shoe Specialist
FRANK DEZALL
Carries a full stock of
PEERING MOWERS AND
RAKES
and
MCCORMICK MOWERS
Repair! for aliore alwayi
in stock
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•CHASaS. PARKER::
Buccessnr to P. T. F. PERKY ', ',
DRAYING AND
TRANSFERRING
ACENTS FOR
: THE IMPERIAL OIL CO.!'
AND CALT COAL .
Dr. Martel's Female Pills
Forty years In use, 20 years tbo
standard, prescribed and recommended by physicians. For Woman's Ailments,.Dr. Martel's Female
Pills, at your druggist.
: CRANBROOK-FERNIE
FARMERS' INSTITUTE!
President: J. II. McCmjhk
flecretarv: s- Macdonald
For Information regarding lands .
• and   agriculture   apply   to the *
' Secretary, Cranbrook, B. O.
Meetinjt—
Every second Wednesday
THE CRANBROOK POULTRY AND PET
8T0CK ASSOCIATION
PrMl-dsnt: 0, B. Sbkppaiio
Meet* renulurly the flint Friday ewjoiagearh
month,
Information on poultry matteM supplied
Ailili-t'fs tlieS'MTt'tiirj1,
A.U.SMITII,Roi8r,2
CENTURY RESTAURANT
Oppoaltd O.P.R. Station
THB    PLACE    TO     ORT    A
QUICK MEAL ANr   .
GOOD HEAL.
BOOMS TO RBNT.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
ONLY FAULT
DRINK HABIT
Many Hood Men Kobked ol High
Buaines and Social Standing
by Drink
LCureil tit
THE NKAI, INSTITUTE
ill tbroo daya
Box 8911, Irani.rook, II C
DR. WM. H. THOMPSON
Ol Spokane, Wash.
Dentistry and Oral
Surgery
Will be located in the offices
formerly occupied by Dr. Hall
over Parks & Co.'s Hardware Store,
APRIL Sth TO JUNE 1st, 1913
Cranbrook, U. C.
W. F. aURD,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc
Money to loan on favorable terms.
CBANBHOOK.BRITISH  COLUMBI.
HARVEY, McCARTER, MACDONALD
& NISBET
Barristers, Solicitors and
Notaries
Money to Loan
IMPERIAL BANK BUILOINC,   ■  CRANBROOK B. C.
:il-ll
DRS. KINO. & GREEN,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Offlce at RMldnet, Armstrong  I,a.
OFFICE HOURS :
Forenoons - ■ ■ ■ 1.00 to 10.00
Afternoons - - - 2.00 to   4.60
Evenings - - . ■ 7.80 to   8.S0
Sundays .... j.so to   4.10
CRANBROOK :,    i,    H    ll    B, 0,
DR. F. B. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE   HOURS:
• to 12 a.m.
1 to   « p.m.
7 to   8 p.m.
Office in Hanson Bloek.
CRANBROOK -       -       - B. O,
Cranbrook Cottage Hospital
MATERNITY   AND   PRIVATE   MWSINO
Terms on Application,
MRS. A. SALMON,
Phono 25il Matron.
P. O. Box 845   Armstrong Ave
B.C.  LAND SURVEYORS
McVITTIE    &    PARKER
Cranbrook ami Fort Steelo
IRRIGATION AND RAILWAY WORK
A SPECIALTY
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J. O. CUiV.IV.INGS
IRRI0ATI0N ENOINBER
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND
SURVEYOR
?.,Vo05«8 Cranbrook,B.C.:
J. T.   LAIDLAW
MINING  ENGINEER
B.   C.  Und  Surveyor
CRANBROOK    -     B. C.
F. S.   ROSSETER
A H, Can. Soc. C. E.
Civil Engineer and Architect
Office over Crnnbrook I'run and Hook
Co'h. Htiiro
Telephone :i*.i
P.O. Boi 37
W. K. Baat(>. rua.ral Hindu,
Cranbnwa II. C
Phone 846
F. M. (1ACPHERSON
UNDERTAKER
Norhury Ave., neat to City Hall
Day I'hono 988 Ni^lit I'lione list
Frank Provenzano
General Merchants
Employment Agents
CRANBROOK     •     B. C.
P.O. BOX 1(4 PHONE <44
MRS. R. W. EDMONDSON
(irailuate ol Ignition College of
Music, England
Visits anil Receives Pupils for
PIANOFORTE OR ORGAN
IESS0NI ON THEODV AND VOICE PRODUCTION
Also representative for Mason &
Risen Pianos
68mo> THE   CltANimOOK   IIERALD
Durham - Duplex
Demonstrator Safety Razor
for 50 Cents
The Durham Demonstrator is for the purpose
of acqtiainting you with tho e»Be, quickness, and
comfort of ii DURHAM DUPLEX shave,
The price • -BO cents- will be ulloweil on any
regular DURHAM DUPLEX or sets whioh you
miiy wish lo purchase.
This razor miiy be used cither as un ordinary
razor or, by attaching tho guard, ns u safety.
The Beattie-Murphy Co., Limited
The fffexgAC Store
WHERE   IT   PAYS   TO   DEAL
Cranbrook - - - B. C.
If you require Double Virion
LenseB, we have just what
you've been looking for
in the new
Kryptok
Lenses
OU> STYLE
KRYPTOK
TlieHe are tlie last word in
lenses, ami you'll limJ them to
give perfect vision for lioth near
and distant view. No unpleasant-
iiehs or blurring of print where
the two lenses are fused together
as in the old Style cement bifocals.
Call in nml let's demonstrate,
W. H. Wilson
Jeweler and Optician
TOWN TOPICS
Meet me at Rob's Place.
•  Mr. Burn, ol Victoria, is [n     tho
cily tho siicst n[ Mi. .1   11   M. 11,11
Linoleum,   I- ft. wide, G2j    cents
prr square yard.—C, C. s.
Mayor A.   C. Bowness spent Tues
day and Wcdncstlny al Uull Unci
Choice pananas, oranges and lemons
at Wan! and Harris
Mrs.   Ilnsklns, ol Nelson, Is     the
Ritcal ,.r Mis. Ed. Elwell.
Over Ifl patterns in linoleums.   All
nrlees.-O. t*. s  '
,1.    V,   Arnold left   on Wednesday
foi fn slim on a sliorl business trip.
ALL that elegance
and lusting quality that
silver plate should have
will be found iu our table silver.
The well selected stock of high-
grade silver goodB nl tins store
cnableB you to make a choice thut
not only satisfies you. but also
those friends unit acquaintances
who criticise your fable and home,
dome in to-day ami look it over.
RAWORTH BROS.
JEWELIM AND OPTICIANS
CRANBROOK AND LETHBRIBCE
Meet me at Bob's Place.
.Strictly fresh eggs 35c. a dozen at
Ward and Harris.
Andrew 'Good, of Crows Nest,
spent a few days in town tbis week.
Linoleum, 12 ft. wide, fi2! cents
per square yard.—C. C. S.
A. E. Watts, sr., of Wnttsburg,
spent Friday in town.
"Polly Prim" cleaning powder 5c.
per tin at Ward ami Harris.
W. H. McFarlane and party motored to Wasa on Tuesday.
Linoleum, fi ft. wide, fifi cents per
square yard.—0. C. S.
Tlio Kins Lumber Mills have, closed
down until May lirst.
Linoleum, fi ft. wide, fifi cents per
square yard.—V. C. S.
Oust Andecn, of Kitchener, spent
Sunday in the city.
Linoleum, 12 ft. wide, B2.1 cents
per square yard.—C. (.'. S.
S. .1. Harrison, of Wardner, was
in town on Tuesday.
Try a pound of Kaxawa tea, Inc.,
50c, and (Wc. pi*r pound at Ward and
Harris.
Jos. Walsh, constable at Fort
Steele, Came over on Wednesday on
official business.
Floor rugs, usual loom sites, in all
designs and qualities and prices ranging from $8.50 to $45.00.—C.C.S.
■ I. A. Sinclair left on tin* flyer on
Tuesday on a two montlis visit witb
his parents nt Richmond, Quebec.
Mrs. F. K. Turpin left on Monday
morning on a three months visit at
I.educ, Alta*
We are showing a brass lied, full
size, for $ir>.00. Let us show you
—C, C, s.
Celebrate with
Cranbrook
on
VICTORIA
DAY
May 24th, 1013
Program of Horse Races, Athletic
Events and all Sports
$1000 IN  PURSES
Full Programme announced Later
T. M. ROBERTS,
Hecrotnry
DR. J, W, RUTLEDGE,
President.
Meet me at Bob's Place.
Thomas Good has returned from
Klko and will continue his duties on
James Finlay's ranch.
Floor rugs, usual room sizes, in all
designs and qualities ami prices ranging from $6.50 to $45.00.—C.G.8.
Percy Coe, custom's officer at
Kingsgate, spent a couple of days in
town the last of the week,
Wagner collapsible go-carts at the
C.C.S. They are the best for tlie
money.
Born.—To Mr. and Mrs. .las.
Brechin, on Friday, April 18th, 1013,
a daughter.
Floor rugs, usual room sizes, in all
designs and qualities and prices ranging from $0.50 to $45,00.-C.C,S,
F. .1, Smylhc was down from
Moyie tlh' first of the week going on
to Nelson for a few days.
We are showing a hrass bed, full
size, for $15.00.     Let us show you.
—c. c. s.
IL Palmer has returned from a
several days visit at Vancouver and
will spend the summer in Cranbrook.
We are showing a hrass bed, full
size, for $15.00. Let us show you
-C. O. S.
Mrs. Jessie Deane and little daughter, Dorothy, arrived Tuesday from
Vancouver.
Linoleum, 6 ft. wide,
square yard.—C. C. S.
i."> cents   per
J. F. Bridges, of tlu* Bridges Lumber Co., Kort Steele, was in tne city
tlie lirst of the week on business.
Set) the Wagner collapsible go-
carts at the C.C.S. They are the
most durable, comfortable and cheap-
Ohas. Baker, of tlie linn of Baker
and Hantield, has gone to the old
country on a three months trip.
Over 75 patterns in linoleums,
prices— V. C. S.
Mr. Hoy Stoddart    and   Miss
Quest, of Fairmont, were in
eity Tuesday and Wednesday.
Over 75 patterns in linoleums.
prices.-C. C. S.
All
Harold Barling, of Hunt and Darling, left Tuesday to spend the week
in Calgary nml Lethbridge.
Wagner collapsible go-carts at the
C.C.S. They are the best lor ttie
money.
Wm. Kerr, -proprietor of the Elk
hotel at Klko,, was transacting business in the city Wednesday.
WANTED.—Competent maid lor
general housework. Apply Mrs. H-
A. McKowan. * 15-tf
Last Sunday afternoon thc city
hand played the first open air concert of the season. A large crowd
wero in attendance.
TO RRNT.-Furnlshcd bedroom
with all modern conveniences. Appl
Mrs. .). l>ask or 'phone 438.    14-tf
Mrs. A. B. Macdonald enjoyed
visit from tier grandmother and aunt,
Mrs. Mc-Cllntock, oL'Spokane,      this
week.
Miss Stewart returned Monday
from a trip south of the line and is
again tho guest of her sister, Mrs.
IL T. Brymner.
Our seeds are going hut still a
good flupply lelt. MoKentfo and
Simmers.—Cranhrook Trading Co.
A. B. Smith left today for his
farm at Wasa on his spring tour of
Inspection, lie will stay there lor
several day* doing s«
D. J. Speers is leaving today for a
three months trip into Eastern Canada and a visit at his old homo ai
Ivy, Ont.
Foil SALE.—A good blocs of 'and
under cultivation, with water in irrigation. For terms app'y to John
Levett, Cranbrook. l5-3t*
T. W. Fletcher, of Vancouver,
brother of Mrs. W. B. McFarlane,
spent the week here, the guest ot the
family.     He was over on business.
M. K. Mc-Connell is leaving tins
weeta for LethhrWgo and Calgary,
where lit* will spend sonic time on
business.
On next Sunday evening the local
odd Fellows lodge will attend religious service at tho Methodlsl
church.
EGOS FOR HATCHING, from
single comb White Leghorns, excellent
laying strain; $1.50 for 18, $7.00 per
100.— W. J.  Atchison. ,    15-tf
Herbert Miller, for some montlis in
charge of the Royal hotel pool
rooms, has resigned to take a position with the Canadian Pacific railway as fire warden.
•Mr. P. 12. Snook and family, of
Frame, Somerset, England, arrived
in Cranbrook last week with the intention of making their home here.
One second band buggy for sale
cheap. Apply P. 0, Box 005,
city. Hi-
Miss Florence Krickson has returned from an extended visit in Toronto, Pembroke, Winnipeg and other
eastern points. She has been gone
about four months.
FOB SALE.—A Hall safe iu good
oudition. Apply City Clerk at
oity hall. 7-tt
Al. G. Barnes' big three ring wild
animal circus will give two performances iu Cranbrook on Monday,
May 10th. Further particulars next
week.
Frank, Carlson, who has lieen manager of the Queen's hotel for some
time, has purchased the Wardner
hotel from It. II. Bohart at Wardner
and will take over the new property
about May 15th,
WANTED.—A competent housemaid. Apply Mrs. Hoggarth at
Cranhrook hotel. L'l
Mr. O. P. Tisdale and wife an
moving from their ranch at Wyclllfi
to their home in town, having placed
his ranch in other hands for the
summer.
Mr. F. Welts is enlarging bis barbel
business by tlie addition of a second
chair, which will be In charge of Mr.
J. Vanmcter, who has arrived heir
from Fernie to accept the place.
WANTED:—Woman for general
housework and to assist in the care
of two children. Applv this office. 15-tf
■L It. ' McNabb made a motor trip
to WyeliOe nn Monday and reports
the roads to In*- in mighty had condition out that way. He had to try
three different roads before getting
in.
Allan Cameron, of Cafgary, general
superintendent of land and department of natural resources, visited
Cranbrook the lirst of the week conferring with Mr. Webster, manager
of the C.P.R. B.C. land department.
His special ear stood in the yards
over Sunday.
GREAT MARGAIN.-UU acre
farm on the Kootenay Hiver near
Mayook, Oil acres cleared, 65 tinder
cultivatiin. good buildings ot alt
kinds. Price $6500.00. See Beale
and Elwell.
Mr. and Mrs. Trotter, who have
been the guests of tlieir nephew, J.
G. Clmmlngs, and family for the
past month have departed on the
return journey to their home in the
old country. They will spend some
time at Banff en route.
LOST.—A lady's small black pocket,hook, containing $8.50 in money,
20c. in stamps and a receipt for post
office money order. Finder will receive reward on returning, to Herald
office.
FOR SALE.-House and two lots
in the city on Dcwar avenue, two vacant lots on Watt avenue; also Vet-
erans'a grant of 1 tit acres in New
Ontario. For price and particulars
apply to A. C. Pigott, P. O. Box
515, city. 0-t(
Br. Wm. IL Thompson, who recont-
ly came here from Spokane and opened dental parlors over Parks' hardware store, is leaving this week for
'Kamloops, having a special opp'«*.t Unity at this time' to acquire r, profitable practice in tbat city.
<Mrs. Frank Godderls returned home
Monday from Spangle, Wash., where
she was hurriedly called last week.
Her father, Henry l>. Handt, died
Tuesday last and was buried Thursday at Spangle. Mr. Handt was
born in Belgium nnd was 75 years
old.
CUSTOM HATCHINQ I am
now prepared to do cu stom batching at reasonable rates. — For
particulars apply to P. O. Box 353,
or 'phone after 6 p.m. to J. W.
Hallet, at ranch. 17-Ht
The Methodists plan to carry on a
summer school at Moyie lake this
year.     This  will be held in August
Duuiiain.
W ANTED.-
souable rates
lety Store.
-Plain  sewing  at     rca-
Boom 15, over Var-
17-1 f
lliol
The annual district mcct'ng
.Methodist church will be held in Fcrnie ou May 5th and 6th, immedfatel)
after which the p.i.stors and lay delegates go to tin* conference, which
meets at Vancouver nn May 12th.
Among those in the city attending
the water commission last week
were: II. W. Barr, T. Sowerby, ol
Wasa; P. Wood, Cherry Creek; John
Kerrijian, Six Mill* Ranch, Fort
Steele; C. L. Bcchtel, Wasa; Angus
McLeod, J. II. Hayes, Fori  Steele'
FOR SALE.—Household furniture,
piano, all in good condition. \u reasonable offer will he refused.—Nap.
Hrault, Fenwick avenue, opposite
Masonic hall. J7-U
An improvement iu the service between Cranhrook and Calgary on the
Canadian Pacific* railway has just
been announced by the company,
which will be greatly appreciated) by
the travelling public. A new sleeping rar service has been installed on
tlie liver, which leaves Cranbrook at
22.20 and arrives at Calgary at
11.50.
Ralph Whejiel, the popular clerk at
the Royal hotel, left Tuesday for
Vancouver. His marriage to Miss
Edith Gilbert has been announced to
take place in tbat city on Wednesday, April 30th.
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Taylor left
Wtninn-sdavi for a several days (trip
through Alberta. Mr. Taylor is
justt recovering from a long ami
serious illness,mnd while able tn lie
around again, is makiiug this trip in
the hopes thai it may assist him iu
entirely recuperating.
On Friday evening, April 35th, al
8.10, the Men's club will give a demonstration ol their gymnasium
work. This will he in charge of tho
instructor, Mr. Wilkinson, and will
be open to the public. The programme will include gymnastic exercises, games and a basket boll
match.     All are cordially Invited,
CUSTOM HATCHINQ I am
now prepared to do custom hatching at reasonable rates. — For
particulars apply P. O. Box 353,
or 'phone after 6 p.m. to J. W
Hallet, at ranch. 17-it
Barney Scott, who was, taken to
St. Eugene hospital liwt week with a
severe attack of neuralgia of the
head, is out again but is still unable
to attend to his worh and has considerable difficulty sleeping nights.
He intends to take further treatment
for his trouble.
Ban Munro, a well known old timer of Fort Steele, was brought in
from that city Wednesday by the officers and will he brought before the
court on a charge of Insanity. Mr.
Munro recently returned from an
extended trip to Cobalt. Physically
he is a powerful man, has spent
many years ranging the mountains
as a hunter and trapper, and many
old timers express deep regret at his
present plight.
Mr. F. L. Davis, who spent most
of last year in this section as busi
ness man for J. .1. Woods, contractor, of the new school at the Mis
sion, has returned to town, with hi:
family and fallen tlie residence of
Mr. L. P. Sullivan recently vacated
by .Mr. Sullivan's annual emigration
to his ranch. Mr. Davis is at pr
sent in charge ot the construction of
fire escapes on the new school, z
work that will occupy him for ;
month or so, and is looking for ware
to other local business later on.
The Choral Society will meet 01
Monthly evening, April 28th, New
music-will'be on hand and should the
number in attendance warrant, a full
programme will be immediately
drafted and a concert arranged. Otherwise it is proposed to drop the
practices until those interested sufficiently can.be induced to attend rehearsals. Cranbrook has a large
number of musical people and it is
hoped the Choral Society will not
be compelled to discontinue rehearsals for lack of support.
Lawrence Coney Barluss, of Cor-
bin, B.C., died at the St. Eugene
hospital on Friday, Apr'l 18th,
1018, of typhoid fever. His age was
25 years. Impressive funeral services were, conducted on Sunday afternoon at 2 p.m. from the Odd Fellows hall, the body being laid to its
last rest.under their auspices, Rev,
Thomson, of thc Presbyterian church,
LIGHT BRAHMAS
Pen contains winners nt Edmonton, Nelson, and Cranbrook. Non-
sitters. Do well in confinement.
Errs. $2.00 per do/..-Webb. Onr.
den Ave., Cranbrook. 17
Mr. and .Mrs. II. II. Stinrt anil
daughter left this morning on the
flyer for an extended trip. They
will go through to lloston, visiting
there, Afterward making a three
months visit in Nova Scotia, It is
their intention then to go to Southern California, to reside permanently.
The change is made lor the henefit ol
the health, of Mrs. Short. All of their
interests in this eity have been disposed of with the exception of their
residence property, wtilrh   has    been
HOUSE
FURNISHINGS
How about brightening the appearance of
your home this spring? A new rug, curtains,
or new window shades, will be probably what
you need !    May we show you ?
RUGS   linissi'ls' Wilii.ns.  Axmiusturs, Tnpestry, and
——r=^—    Wove Rugs, in a great variety of pntterns, and
at better values than anywhere in the eity,
CURTAIN MATERIALS ltl u >
==^===r=r=:=:^=r terns   in   Cretonnes aud Madras, as well as dainty designs in Dotted Mus-
lin8'Et1,        '    18> TO 75< YA8D
Specials in Skirts
We are offering very special inducements in Skirls for
(INK WKEK. They are all fresh stock, mode on the new
lines in Tweeds, Serges, Voiles, and Panamas. We will be
pleased to have you insert them.
McCreery Bros.
Cranbrook's Dry Goods and Clothing Stores
Different Figures
And varying films are what the public demand. We not only
have a varied programme, but we constantly have the very best
films that can lie produced.
Come for Amusement
You will enjoy yourself every time. Von will never be disappointed.   We never Save a poor programme.
We Have The Following Exceptionally
Good Programmes
FOR FRIDAY, APRIL 25th
1. A WOMAN OF ARIZONA.    A sturdy western .Irama.
1 Essanay 1.
2. RED SWEENEY'S MISTAKE.   Drama,   (Kalem),
■■   TNE ONE SHE LOVED.   Drams,   (Biograph).
1    A WELL WASHED HOUSE.   A.very laoghable eomedy.
ic. <;. I*, c.i
FOR  SATURDAY,  APRIL  26th
1    PATHE'S ANIMATED GAZETTE.
2.  THE LEOPARD AND THE BURGLARS,   (tax.)
:i    "MARITZA."   A story of thc Balkan War.   Two Heels.
1 Ambrosio i.
FOR  MONDAY,  APRIL  28th
1    PATHE'S WEEKLY.
2.   EVERY ROSE HAS ITS STEM.   Comedy Drama,   (Edison).
H.   CAPTAIN BARNACLE'S LEGACY.   South African Drama,
iVil.i
C ■'-   CETTINC ATMOSPHERE,   A burlesque on thn prodnolngof
motion pictures.   (Sellg).
and is expected tn be much more r-x-1 rcnt*ed by Mr. C. Hood, tlie C.P.R
tensive than tlw last. All information1 train master, Mr. Short ha* rcald-
in the matter may be bad by applUa rd in Uiis city (or tbe past ten
ttoi) ta tW    •mttaiy.   Rev. W. K. I vram it.iriac; whir* time be has been
engaged in the painting ami papci
hanging business. A large circle ol
friends will wgret their departutc.
Quite u lively bit ot excitement mi
Maker street Wednesday afternoon
when tin* police arrested two In-j
dians, -Mike .Michel and Abraham. .V.
Sodcn, the poundkeepor, pm a horse!
belonging to Michel in lhe pound and
Michel broke the .lock and rescued Ws
horse. Constable Baxter, lattei arrested Michel and Abraham Interfered and attempted to stop the arrest.
They were both*,lodged In jail after
a hard tussle down Maker street. The
case was heard before Police Magistrate Hvati this afternoon nl ■-
o'clock,
TWO     MINERS     CRUSHED    TO
DEATH.
Fernie, II     C , April 21.—Herbert
Aitbland ami James HoDlcken,    (wo
miners,   were killed bj a tall uf coal
in   Ni-i. I south    mine, ('"ai Creek,
| this  morning Moth  were  married
' and leave families,    Tbey were mem-
I
j bers of      the Salvation Army    and
muoh respected, being residents    of
Fernie fur some time.
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STAR CLEANING!
WORKS
■ Clootlscnlledforand delivered. <
(i.asl work only.   Prompt
Service
Telephone No. 405
P.O.Box 708
Works : Armstrong Ave. THE    OttANBBOOK    HERALD
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Underwear
Sweaters
and
Hosiery
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ITUL1EI HDSPfTflL ISSOCI-
ITIN EI.ECI5 OFFICERS
Invermere, I!.''., April 22.— The
annual meeting ol the Windermere
District Hospital association was
held Ihis week at Athalmer when tlw
business affairs of tho past year
were gone Into and the officers tor
the year 1018 \vi-\t elected. Not
much progress was shown to have
been made in the year gone by and
much criticism of the directors and
those pertaining to the management
of tlte association resulted. A new
set of officers and directors was
elected ami promises extracted that
the good work would hi pushed.
Tlu* treasurer's report Bhowod a sum
of some eleven hundred and odd dollars standing to thc credit of the
building fund. The funds received
for maintenance of the hospital netted some I wo thousand dollars, while
tin*, sums received fur annual fees In
the association had nil been spent Ul
lhe operation of the society. There
are no liabilities. It is the Indention to actively push for t'iie collection of more funds I'or the erection
of live new building and tho directors
were Instructed lo eel qui a now
set of plans, call for tenders and go
ahead with the work.
The ollicers an I directors for tllC
ensuing year as elected are:
Harold R. Forster, M.P.P.—Hon-
orar) President.
II. Randolph Bruce, <'.!■:., F.R.CJ.J3.
—President.
Frank Richardson—Vice-President.
George Allan Bennett, CE .-Secretary-Treasurer.
The following were put iu as directors: Messrs. .1. K. Cornwall, C F.
Stalker, Captain I. If. fi. White, J,
C. Pitts, li. P. Ilaninglon, M.D.,
Basil   a. Hamilton, Alfred Mitchell,
Irvim;    C.    Weilil,   ClcorgO A. Starke
and Captain P. ll. Vomit;.
CHANGE NAWIETO WELL'S PASS
KAMI, (illKY ASKS FOR CHANGE
IN NAME OF FAMOUS SK1.K
IRK PASS.
Invermere, I if ('., April 33.—To
those who aro Veen in local nomenclature and haw* had an opportunity to
examine a good deal of local interest
has come aboul through an article
published in the Mountaineer column
of the Boston Transcript to tho effect, that Earl Grey has requested
that the name of the, Pass through
tin: Selkirk mountains, which Was
called after him in honor of his adventurous trip over ii In 1005, be
changed hack, to Weill Pass, as lirst
named. This is one or the important'passes between this part and the
West Kootenaj country. It leads up
what is known al Toby Creek, one
of the, main tributaries of the Columbia river In Ihis part, and pas
sins west down Ham ill creek, ends
at Argenta on the shore of Kootenay
Lake. II was originally named after
Fred Wells, fl local mining prospector who first discovered It. and
who, year after year*lor a long period used, to make pilgrimages this
way across the summit. This was
long belore any government road or
trail was buill across the divide.
Now there is a good wapon road for
nearly half the way, and when lhe
balance of tlie work is completed this
will form on:* of the southern connecting link; on the great international automobile highway.
Fail Grey came across it from the
west in, tlie early fall of the year
1I.08. The trip turned out t0 he
much more arduous Ihan the promoters had anticipated, owing to lhe
fact thai the narrow trail which then
existed had not been cleared out,  So
SlrenUOUS   was   the   work   that the
horses had fmally i<> be lefl behind
while his Dxcollepcy and tin' guide
bad to push (>n on foot ami make t-hn
bust,   of their   way down over      lhe
broken trail to the home of John
Barber, whoso modest ranch house
was one of tho furthest west up
Toby 1'reeki from tins point. Earl
Clrey's experiences ou this trip are
historical, and thc relation of them
would give many an Interesting side
light on his work of learning Canada first hand.
The work of constructing the new
Invermere boat house is being proceeded wilh. Advantage is taken of
the ice which still remains in order
to lake the heavy pile driver out and
place the numerous piles which ar
necessary to have placed in older I
support the superstructure.
TIME II
FDHESTERS' BALL
FIRST   ANNUAL   BAM,   11V   LNT-
DBPENtDENT      ORDER    OK
FORESTERS   AT    AUDITORIUM FRIDAY
EVENING.
The first annual ball given by the
Independent Order of Foresters on
Friday evening last has been by common consent voted one of the best of
lhe season.
The Auditorium was as well filled
as was comfortable and all present
report a most enjoyable evening.
The music was supplied by Ihe orchestra from the Rex, which is equal
lu saying that it was of the best,
and dancing began ut in o'clock, being kept up till three.
Lunch was served buffet stylo nnd
Miss WclUnan and -Mrs. Darling relieved the musicians during their recess for refreshments." The evening's .entertainment was most decidedly a success, both socially and financially and the lodge is to be congratulated for the »way iu which tin*
whole affair was handled.
Much of thc credit is due to the
able committee in charge, Mrs, F.
Wells and Mrs. W. F. Doran, to
whose unsparing efforts the complete
success of the Undertaking was largely due if wc are to accept the testimony of thc numerous well-sat islied
guests of (the evening.
SIX HUNDRED MILES OF STEEL
Edmonton, Alia., April 22.—six
hundred miles ol steel will In' laid
on llir (Irand Traina" Pacific system
in tho western provinces this senson,
is an ofilolal announcement made in
Kdmontim today by .1. 13. Dalryinple,
vice-president  uf the company.       lie
also said   tint   the gat) ul ■! rrllcs,
separating the two heads ul steel,
west of here, will lie completed early
iu 1914. Four thousand men are
employed on grade work mid when
mil -laying is   resumed, in n lew
days, there will he lull; eight thousand men on the payroll. Work un
the main line will he rushed till
completed. Tlio company, he added,
has under consideration a plan tu
establish a Heel ul stcams'hips between its terminals nn the Pacific
coast nnd the purls ul Client Britain.
This will he installed as sunn as the
necessity arises. So far, llOWOVcr,
no conclusion lias been reached hy Hie
officials.
At a meeting ol the executive uf
the Poultry association, hold on the
l?th inst., it was decided that tlie
association will dnulile the first
prizes in the dressed poultry nml oggs
sections ut the Kail Pair prize list
whenever there were more than two
competitors in thc section. Tbe
Poultry association will also award
a ribbon as a sweepstake prize lor
best mah1 and best female in dlttercnt
breed classes. it wns also decided
to order a three Motion exhibition
coop for use in breed demonstrations
al, monthly meetings.
Jo viena ici. vous raconter uno
listnire do jmivrot ; uvidemment,
s'il s'agissait il'un ivrogne ordinaire, tel unii vciiib. par example, qui
mo lisez, on inoi, mi il'mitres, en
nVn vmidruil pus In peine, main
Lalionllit'iio etlint tin poivrot double do gascon, on a purloin, comme
on dit, ipii sont bien bonnes. Ce
bravo ami. est un do cob beaux
specimens d'ivrognes, comme il en
poilBse par ia-bns, sur les Irords do
[a Garonne. CT-lnit un devot du
vin ; louies les i'ois ipi'il uvait un
remords h apuiser, tin souvenir il
6voquor, into douleur ii noyor, une
chose h  oublier,  une joie ii Inter,
oi eln'iteaii en EspugnG ii bfdir,
il invoquait ce ilieu mysterious.,
sorti dea fibres de la vigne. 11 bu-
vourait Iu grandeur do ces spectacles eVlniri's pur le Boleil iutorioiir,
et cette BQOonde jenneBse, qu'on
pulse duns le breuviigo bioiifuisnnt.
J'imagine, qu'il auiait aime n,
disouter sur ee sujot. aveo Hoffman, quniid, il ecrivuit duns le
KrcisteriuM cm'nn musieien cons-
cienoieux doit user du champagne,
s'il vent composer un operu-comi
que ; il tronvera dans co vin, la
gaite logereot inoiiBseuse que !&■
cluiite ee genre ; I'mnertume eni-
vranle des vins du Khiu on du .Tu
ruiieoii, s'adupto inienx ii la niiisi
quo religieiise, alors que le gone-
reux, bourgogne mmuntque In
I'oiigue ot l'entraincment lieroi'que
du pntriotisnie,
hi notre ivrogne avait eu fi don
nor une dentation du vin. il attrait
certainement trouve quelque chose
de inieux. que Brillut-Suvarin,
dans sa physiologic du gofit : a Le
vin qui fut invent/- par le patriar-
che Npe, est fait aveo du raisin ! et dire, que cetouvrage,
mulgie l'indigence huuentable d'n
ne pareille definition, a etc, et est
encore epicure : c'est le ens de dire
de lui comme de tant d'autres :
Uube.nl sua fata llbelli. Aussi, que
lo Seigneur, preserve ceux qu'il
elierit, el qui uiment la table, de
pnreilles lectures.
Brel". pour en revenir il notre
homme, comme vous pottvez le
voir, e'l'lait un vrai fervent, de ce
quo noire bon maitre Francois
Kabelnis, appello la parte seplem-
bralc. C'etait un de ces clier-
elieurs. de souvenirs ou d'oubli, et
ipii ne les trouvuut jamais usse/.
complots. prennent l'liabitudo de
ne plus eontempler le oiel, qui' lull
te cut data bouteille, (Beronldde
Verville, Le tnoyen de paivenir)
Luboulbriie, etuit un des typos
les plus populaires de la cite tres
gasconne de Perigueux. Hi pur-
fois, il vous arrivait d'iguorer, ee
qui enracteriso cette ville, no vous
avisez pas d'aller aux renseigne
uieuts chess un naturoi du pays, il
aurait pour vous des regards d'un
mopris iudigue. no pouvant suppo-
sor, qu'il existe quelque part sur
la planote, des individus ignorant
la putrie des trullles, et du pate de
foio gras !
Done notro bon ami, tin soir
qu'il avait par trop gofito et compare, iii'coiiple ine.nie, le vin ii des
lireuvugoB aleooliques varies, (ce
qui lui arrivait quelquofoisl, on
avait, comme on (lit, charge une,
et teiie/.-vous pour assure quelle
elait de forte taillo.
Mais ici-bas, tout a une Un, me.
me les beuveries Icb plusobstineesj
of sur le coup de niiuuit, henre fl
luqiiollo t'ermont les cafes peri-
goitrdins, force ffit n. notre homme,
d'nppnroillcr pour mettre le cap
sur son domicile oil so trouvait
sou lit, ce a pros quoi. il soupirait
nrdomnient.
Apres avoir doiinibulo en tirant
de nomlireiises bordees, la tete in-
oliiiee et les bras ballnnts, ce qui
fuisuit parfois ressembler bos
r-cnrlB. A de vagncs boleros espa.
gnols. destim'-s u le maiutenir dans
uno vortieale approximative, il
liuit pur urriver sur la place, oCi se
trouve la statue du brave Dannies-
nil. siiruommo la jamhc de bois.
C'est le grand tils do Perigueux
co brave soldat, qui charge dede-
I'einlre Vincennos, rcpoudit aux
nllir-H le sommaiit do rendre hi
place : .le rendrai la place, ipiiind
vous me rondrez In jumbo qua
vous m'nvez prise a Wngrain !
En voynnt lu monument, notn
homme so dit : cette fois, tu y es
et ce n'est pas trop tot ! Mais, sur
le point d'y arrivor, an moment
memo, oil il nllait saisir ces grilles
tutelaires, un (Soart par trop brusque, lui lit sentir lo pave, et,
1 emotion passi'-, il dut fairo les
qnelques pus le separant du but, a
la facon des gasteropodes, c'est-ti
dire en uiarchant Bur le ventre.
| Quand il fut enfin parvenu ii se
remetlro dobout, (ii l'aide des gril
les. bien entendul il se. dit fi non
veau : cette fois-ci, tu y es mnn
homme ; et do fait, il y etait
bien, il y etait telleinent, qu'il n'en
pniiviiit plus demarrer. II ne
[admit un barreau que pour si
oniiupoiiner fi un nutru, ot par ce
petit manege, il fit sans trops'oi
rendre compte, plnsieurs fois le
lour du monument,!) lafacond'ui
midet tournanl lu roue d'un puits.
A force de pnsser el de repnsser,
de voir dug grilles duvaut sob yenx,
et dc lie /ins voir autre r/itise. genua
uiB sa eervelle, une de cob idees,
comme seuls. peuvent en produire
des eerveaux de guscons danB les
all'res de I'ivresBe. Notro homme
prlt pour, et se mit ii pousser de
voritabloB liiirlements de frayenrs :
iVu secours ! Au seeours ! A inoi 1
nn m'a enfermt dans une cage !
Use croyuitii l'interienr des grilles ! .le lo repete, il n'y a i|u'un
gascon, pour en trouver de pareil-
,es !
Comme les agents eliansoniies
par Yon Lug, ee poeto loufoipie,
ossoux, pitle,hirsute, chevelu.alcoo-
liqne et moutiuartrois, les agents
gaseous, gout aussi de braves gens
qui s'balladent (bis) tout l'temps,
(airconnul ; Ils ont de plus, l'ex-
oellente habitude, quand ils enten-
deutdu potin a quelque part, de
redresBer le torse, comnie mu par
un puissant ressort, et le nez en
Pair, Blent aveo uue rapidity zf-bri-
que ii  l'oppose,   Mais cetto
fois, ilewiut la force etla persistua-
.les oris, ils" durent so resigner ii
rubrousBor chemin, et de ce pus intelligent et cadence, qui caracteri-
se les agents de l'autorite. so diri-
gerent vers le bruit, prftts ii entrer
counigeusenieut en lutte aveo le
corps du delit.
Labonlbene telleinent uveugle
par cette idee fixe qu'il <5tait enca-
il<\ no vit les agents, qu'au moment
ils lui mettaient la main sur
Tepuule en   demandant : (ju'est-ce
pie vous avoz ii gueuler comme ca?
Ah ! uies bons agents, delivrez-
moi ! les bandits ui'ont enferme
dans cetio cage ! Les agents gas-
eons, qui sont quelquefois de fort
bons pince-sans-rire, voyant qn'ils
evident a faire ii un ivrogne double
cue. le soriirent dc sa cane, pour le
mettre en liberte an poste de
police. Et Labonlbene broyait du
noir le lendemain, se reveillant au
poste nn mal aux cheveux pomnie,
sans compter ce qui par surcroit,
lui ruppliquu sur lo ritble, a suvoir :
une double contravention pour
ivresse manifesto et tapage noetur-
A. Q-ALDV.
P. S. Je dois vous dire, a pro-
pos du   monument de Daumesnil,
pic jo ne sills pas nutrement certain qu'il existe, je vous avouerai
tueuie nai'vemeut que je n'en anis
riendu tout. La pure logique m'a
fait supposer que P(5rigueux ayant
un tils illnstre, avuit tlu lui planter
son bronze ou son marbre quelque
part ; S'il ne l'a pas fait, c'est par
oubli. Or comme les grilles de ce
monument sont ni'cessaires  pour
pie nion conte se tienne debout,
(comme Labonlbene) vous trouve-
rez bon. que je continue ii croire
oliatinement. qu'il dull en exisler
ii n.
A. «.
City and District Investments
"ONLY GOOD BUYS OFFERED "
HASTINGS ST.. Vaimmver-33 fwt. on car
line. Lot 21. Block 17. price 12,360: caul,
*«K>, bajanceO, 11!. 41-mnnlhs.     	
Block opposite mcIiikiIs ; Lot 29. Block 47.
Price $1.1511; citsli ClslJ^ Italancell, 12, IS montlis.
HARDWAUK BUSINESB-Alioiit ar,.0OH rp-
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KK1TII ICOAU ami SI. David's Av.-nu...
Norlh Vuncnnvcr-Uontilecnrner. 100 ft.
to lane. Price 51,50,1; ensh SI,1,110. balance over
IS montlis.
TWENTY-THIRD ST.. North Vancouver-
One block from I.onsilulc car line.   Price
|'.K)0 ; onc-thinl caul,, balnnce ti. 12 months.
TWENTV-NINTH ST.. North Vancouver-
Southerly view, overlooking Burrard Inlet : 40-foot lot. Price !.r,00; cash $170, balance
easy lernm ^___
MISSION CITY-Lots centre of town, ad
joioinR C. P. It. mal Northern Paciflc
Railway truck. Price $11110: .70 cash, balance
Sir, monthly, or client would trade for (rood
POINT   QREY-Beautlful residential   lota,
near cur. in [.ot 4. Block 4, D. L. ISO, SS60:
cnali $200, balance uuurlerly over 18 montha.
THE INDUSTRIAL TRUST CO., i\t
JAMES MclLWAIHE, LABOR TEMPLE
M nn liner
Ti'Icj-rrains: Industrial, 405 D'insmuirSt.
Plidiii'Sey. 'AM, Vuncouvwr
THE PROVINCIAL DEPARTMENT OF
AGRICULTURE
through the
FARMERS' INSTITUTE
Is offering substantial
assistance to auy ranchers desiring to purchase
pure-bred mule animals
for Improvement of thoir
Btock in Hulls. Kuins, or
or Hours.
Pull  information can
be obtained bv applying
to
S. NACDONALD
Secretary Farmers'
Institute
CRANBROOK, B. C.
OVER 68 YEAR*'
EXPERIENCE
Patents
RftDE lAHfm
OmoNi
CopvniOHTt Ac.
KnTone Rend1n| ft nk«trli and deteriptlon m*r
qnlciilf um-i cur      ninu frMwnUhar to
imi-iihnii ii I'NihiibU piiie-ni*iMft vonmanletv
tlniifi uTrl'i ly minimal. lUBOBIXm on PatettU
nont frao. Obitnl nufiiir.r foriactiflatDaUtita,
Vntonta taken tlin.uih Munn £l». MOtifl
ti'teial rotict, trlttiout oharn, la tH
Scientific Jmcrfcan.
A handKHT-flr llluatmtfd wueltly.    tant« <&t-
iiluiimt 'ji iiny mn-iiiiiiit )iiunial. Itnm lor
I*;il>ti1», |8.tl li Tv.tr, iiUavUuu llHpftld. Sold lif
all wwidiiwleri.
Owiug tu beiug 'unavoidably culled
out of town last Friday, Rev. Alt.
Dunham was unable to address the
Poultry associate nthat evening-
Mr. Webb, ot tho Manual Training
school, however, iilled the breach
with a little talk that started a
very instructive discussion, whicli
brought out the most successful ideas
of those present and resulted in a
very profitable evening.
Makes Hair Grow
The Cranbrook Drug anil Book Co.
have an invigorat'or that will grow
hair or money back.
The time to take care ol your hair
is when you have hair lo take care
ol.
II your hair Is getting thin, gradually tailing out, it cannot lie long
belore the spot appears.
The greatest remedy to slop the
hair Irom tailing is SALVIA, tlie
Great American Hair Grower, lirst)
discovered in England. SALVIA lur-
niBhes nourishment to thc hair roots
and acts so quickly that people arc
nmaeed.
And remember, it destroys tho
Dandruff germ, tho little pest that
saps the life that should go to tho
hair Irom the roots.
SALVIA is sold by the Cranbrook Drug and Hook Co. under a
positive guarantee to cure Dandruff,
stop Falling Hair and Itching Scalp
in ten days or money back. A large
bottle costs 50c. The word ''SALVIA" (Latin lor sage) is on every
bottle.
MISS STEANE
Ladles' and Children's
Dressmaker
The Cottage, Fenwick Ave.,
NeittoMr. G. W.Pttt-
more's residence
Cranbrook Kindergarten
Edwnnl Street
CONDUCTED BY MRS. R. A. RACKLYEFT
CVrtlflcnted Tearher. School BM for London
Hour*: It) tola, 3 to 4
TERMS: $:i.rio for four wiHh
CORPORATION OF THE CITY
OF CRANBROOK
Cleaning-Up Notice
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby
given that all yards and alley'
ways must be cleared of gar
bage, rubbish or other debris,
oa or prior to May 15th, 1913.
Tbe police have instructions
to take proceedings agninst
persons failing to comply with
the above notice.
T. M. ROBERTS,
City Clerk.
Cranbrook, B. C,
April 16th, 1913.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
New Sleeping
Car Service
CRANBROOK TO CALGARY
Leaves Cranbrook    iiS)
Arrivinn ut Calvary     11.5(1
ECCS FORJATCHINC
A list of local poultry breeders,
with varieties kept, will be supplied
free to all inquirers by applying to
the Secretary of the
CRANBROOK POULTRY ASSOCIATION
Address A. B. Smith,
Box 852, City.
WATEIl NOTICE.
For a License to Take and Use Water
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN
that John Lawrence Sowerby ami
Henry Washington Barr, ol Lewis
Creek, Wasa, will apply lor u license
to take and use two cubic leet per
second ol water out ol Tracy Creek,
which flows tn a westerly dirrction
and sinks on lot 2897. Tho water
will be diverted nt cast line ol 28U7
nnd will be used lor irrigation anil
power, purposes on tlie land dt'srritx'il
as rots 7209 and 1266.
This notice was posted on the
I'octt, to Philip Henry Heiss .)c|ih-
pi)|i| oil in* ilone.)!|dil« ottJO, '8101
In the ollice of the Water Rcicordcr
at Cranbrook.
Objections may be iiled with tin-
said Water Hecorder or witli the
Comptroller ot WaU-r Itighls, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
.lohn Lawrence Sowerby and Henry
Washington Barr, Applicants., 17-61.*
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that tho Canadian Pacific Railway
Company (as lessees and exercising
the Iranehise ol thc Kootenay Central Railway), did on thc 29th day nf
March, 1913, deposit ln Mio Nelson
Land Titles Office, plan, profile, and
n book of reference, as No. 759 K.
shewing revised location of proposed
line Irom a point in lob 364 to a
point in lot 334, Kootenay District,
Mile 36 to Mile 38.3.1.
Dated at   Winnipeg; this loiulli day
ol April, A. D. IM3.
P.   MoPhcrson,      Rtigbt-ol-Way   and
Lease Agent,- Westrfrn Lines* 13-2
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50 Factories aro here now.   More nre coming
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two mile cirelo
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Reference: Board of Trade or Merchants' Hunt of Canada
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few years to come.   Get in on the low prices ami hold your ptonerly,
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Hull Block
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Accounts of Firms, Corporations and Individuals solicited.
Ont-of town luiBinesB receives every attention.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT-Deposits of $1.00 and upwards received
and interest allowed at current rate.   No formality or delay in
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is what is dear to every num. A home
is where Peaee, Comfort, Contentment.
and Plenty is found. That is the reason
men throughout British Columbia, when
"Cranbrook" is mentioned think of the
provisions Jos. Brault has made for an
ideal home at the
Canadian Hotel
11
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Yonr house connected with the new seworairo system,
PHONE 840. Our work guaranteed. Estimates of cost
cheerfully given.
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W. F. JOHNSON, Proprietor
P.O. BOX 904 WORKS; EDWAUI) ST.
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Cranbrook, B. G
We lmve just received our far ol
FERTILIZER
in 100 Hi. ancka. For pnmphletB ami
further particulars I'lione Nu. Ill or 77,
or write iih.
MVMMIlt mi CROPS, FRUIT TREES, 1AWNS, ETC
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Cirtiluiite Kotum-lu Hospital,
Dublin, Ireland
Apply Box 212, or Phono Ui
Cranbrook, B. O.
MACHINERY FOR SALE
I have the lollowlng machinery lor
sale and In order to clear them out,
olter them at the prices below, which
are about ono-lilth tbe price • that
new machinery would cost:
1 Chandler and Taylor flrelioi boiler, 54"il8' long. Pressure 80 lbs.
last ll. C. inspection, 48 h.p. Trice
loaded oa cars at McNelllie, near
Creston, B.C., M75.00.
1 Atlas lleturu tubular boiler,
M"«14' long. Pressure 8(1 His. lust
ll. 0, Inspection, 45 h.p. pries
loaded on ears at MeNeillie, neat
Creston, B.C., JI75.00.
I refitted Atlas automatic eut-ofl
engine, ll"xl8" stroke. Price at
Cranbrook, U. 0., $200.00.
I saw husk complete with top saw
(ranie and mandrels nnd saws and
20 leet extension Shalt, $350.00.
1 lour saw edger witii saws. Price
at Cranbrook, (200.00.
1 Iloyt planer and matcher, 24".
Price nt Cranbrook, $100.00.
Also a quantity of shafting, etc.
Apply to
THOS. W. LEASK
Blko, B. C.

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