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Array THE CRANBROOK HERALD
I-ROBINOIAI. L1BRAM
Apr. 1-1U
VOLUME    26
CRANBROOK, B.C., FRIDAY. MAY Snd, l»»4
Empire Day
BIG   CELEBRATION   TO   BE
PUT   ON     BY   CRANBROOK
G.   W.   V.   A.   HATCH   FOR
FULL PROGRAM
May 24th
SCHOOL PUPILS' SPOUTS
HORSE RACING, JUMPING
ATHLETIC EVENTS
FOOTBALL & BASEBALL
Candidate in
Field on Friday
ArrnngvimmtK  Coiupletwl   I'or
Coiifwrviitlvt'   Con vent Ion   lo
Name StiiiHliiril-ltonrer
Tin* Htugc is all set tor the iioiuiiiu
titiK I'uti veil I inn of Mil' COIISOl'VlitlVI
parly fur Hut provincial riding, wliii'li
takes place in iiu*' k. ot p. Mail on
r'riil.ty evening of thin week, 1.1 7 p.m.
This Important gathering precedes a
social gathering which tho mouthers
ot tho Women's Conservative Association aro putting on there later In tlm
cveiiing. Delegates hare heen appointed tills week from various points in
On Monday the executive of the Wo-
iiicn'u Association met to uame their
delegate*! to the nominating eonvut-
tion, those being Mrs. J. H. Meighen.
Mrs. A. ('. Shankland, Mrs. A. C. Bowness, Mrs. I-, Clapp. Mrs. M. A. Beale,
Mra. W. R. MacFarlane. Mrs. F. H,
Dezall.
On the same evening a number from
the Cranbrook Men's executive went t
Kimberley to attend the meeting that
was held to appoint the delegates from
there. Six were named to attend,
these being Mr. and Mrs. P. Johnson.
Mr. A. A. Ward. Mr. Bell and two others who will be appointed from the
Concentrator.
Among those who were up from
Cranbrook to this meeting were Messrs. N. A. Walllnger, M.L.A., A. C.
Bowness, W. F. Cameron. Dr. J. W.
Rutledge, H. W. Herchmer. Jno. Martin, P. H. Dezall and others. An enthusiastic meeting was held, and the
delegates will attend with no definite
Instructions as to whom to support,
but to choose the name best likely to
advance the interests of the party in
the election.
The remaining Cranbrook delegates will be appointed an a meeting
this evening. Thursday.
As to who will be the candidate,
there seems to bo quite a general
feeling that the name of Mr. N. A.
Walllnger, the sitting member who!
won the seat from the Liberals ft* the
by-electlon with a handsome majority,]
will he again advanced with a good
backing. Oilier names may be advanced, not with any feeling of hostility
or dissatisfaction, with Mr. Walllnger.
but in order to give the fullest possible choice to the convention. It is
doubtful In fact tf there ever was a
time when there waB more harmonious feeling Inside the Conservative
Association, on all sides being hoard
the determination to support, to the
utmost whoever is brought out to run.
Other names mentioned as posstbl)
coming up nt the conv ntion are those
or Dr. J. W. Rutledge ami A. I,eftch.J
both well known from their business;
und professional activities throughout
105th ANNIVKKSAHY OF
THK THJIEK LINKS
MAItkl'.li SUNDAY LAST
Odd fellows Attend Service nl
Methodist Church In n
Hod) For Ornislon
Sunday evening lasl tho 105th anal-
vorsary ot' the founding in America of
tlm Independent Order nf Odd fellows
was celebrated i>y the attendance of
ihe local lodge of thai order, logethor
with their sister lodge, lho Rebekahs,
ami Dm blncampmot.il ai the Methodist
church, about seventy five members
being present, Every Heal In the
Church wan taken. The pastor. Itov.
II. C. Freeman wus the speaker, ami ho
delivered an address most Inspiring
not only to the members of the order
present tint to all his hearers. The
principles of Friendship, Love nnd
Truth were the very bonds of Christian brotherhood. These principles received new significance iu the institution of the Christian church, Jesus
mukiug them the fundamental principles of life. This meant n new adjustment which is generally involved
by every step hli human progress. Mis
action was 'looked upon as revolutionary. He regretted that the Christian
church had been slow to move and
make these principles fundamentals.
The speaker claimed that the Idee
of Christian fraternity was not sutflr
cientiy understood. This was evident
by the existing sectional strife which
was not. an Indication] of th* true fraternity, ln community life we must
subject our personal wishes to the
rights of others.
A special musical program provided
by the choir was much appreciated
and was as follows:
Anthem: 'Saviour. When Night Involves the Skies" (Shelly); Vocal
Solo; "The dates of Mercy" (Theo
Bonheur); Mrs. Stuart Mcintosh;
'Cello Solo: "Prlere du Solr;*' Mr. .1.
K. Chorlton
After the service the members of
tlie two orders returned to the lodge
room via Baker Street.
VANCOUVER  IIAKHOK
COMMI!SS10M:it AM)
SUPT. VISITS (ITY
Friends of It. K. Beattte formerly of
title city, nnd now harbor commissioner aad port superintendent at Vancouver, luul tin* opportunity ol meOU
In*; him again ibis week, when he wuh
visiting here for u few days, iu con-
iHii-tiou with his interest* lu tin- illst
no whirh he still retains. Mr. Beat.
lit! returned to the coast on Thursday morning. He spent some tlm.
al ins ranch on St. Mary's Prairie,
nml ii is understood that Mr. Lyman
Taylor, who Farms the place immediately opposite the Hi-attic, ranch has
Leased the latter, and will run It as
woll us his own. Mr. Beattle also
spent a day looking over ihe concentrator ut Kimberley. As one of the
heaviest shareholders In the [Gamble Mining Company Mr. Beattle was
an Interested visitor at the Wild
Horse claims of the company, where
much new work has been in progress
and wliere it Ib expected in a few
days the water will be turned on for
the hydraulloing operations. Mr. Eneas Small, another old timer of the cily nud district, was accompanying Mr.
Beattle on some of his trips
KOOTK>AY OltrilARDM
SCHOOL REPORT FOR
MONTH OF APRIL
Orade VII.—Evelyn Qartsllc.
tirade V.—George Atchison, Mnry
Richmond, Eddie Gartslde.
tirade IV. Sr.—Jim Stone. Frank
Horn.
Grade   IV.,   Jr.—Marion   Richmond.
tirade III.--Oeorge Noyce, Polly Ruault, Jack Thexton, Rose Noyce.
Grade II.—Ida Sakata. May Stone,
Dick Thexton. John Richmond.
tirade 1.—Mabel Sakata. Bertha
Gait side, and Jack Uingin. (equal),
Ruth Coleman, Evelyn Hem. Ernest
Ruault
WINNIFRBD LIPPITT, Teanltei
SUCCESSION OF FIRES
ui;i:t»s i>KPAimn:\x on
ALFRT COYriM ALLY
IIouho Outside of Citj  Limits
Destroyed, I'laee lis Out of
Itmrli ol'  Will it
e city fire hall hns mil been a
deslrablo place to sleep the last
weeks, for just oloui the time
lumber of lhe hoy-tr is most pro-|
I   lhe screech of Q|e  si run  c,.l|n
down from the mjvenih hciiuml
uiic  sweet  dreum  lo au  Inferno
i> anil fire.*
iln  Tuesday night, the "call  toj
came, aud this time at about'
hlrty, when Constable Johnson]
id the sky in the direction cf the
i  Ward school brightly lllumtn
FURTHER STEPS BEIX-N
TAKES IN INJUNCTION
CASE AGAINST I.W.W
Another Btep is being taken ibis
week iu the case of the lumber operators of the district against the l.vv.w..
iu which live of the principal lumber
companies of ihe East Kootenay arc
seeking an Injunction againsl the l.w.
VY. aud their tenders. Messrs. .1. L
Peterson and Jack Sampson, to restrain Mm tn from Interfering with the
companies in any way, or trespassing
on their propeny or camps. II VV
Herchmer is actlug for the lumber
operators, und if., it. Roes for the l.
WW Examination for discovery Is
being made this week, prior to the
trial of the main action, which will be
before a supreme court judge,
City Items of Interest
l
RESOVATIIW THK BK1MIT
Mr. A. 1-ebeau, who secured the
tract for the remodelling of lining plant at the C.P.R. depot, ha
cently been at work there. The
trleal contract, which Inclndei
stalling a conduit wiring system
been In the hands of the Eh
Supply Shop. Tbe building gene
Is being renovated. Including tli
terlor.
con-
heat-
s re-
slec
in-
has
ctrle
the district, and each capable of making a strong tight i'or the election.
Mr. T. 1>. Caven has also been mentioned as a possibility, bul his intentions In regard to it have not heen
learned.
ro.MllTllUCN   11)
!■'. M MacPherson is sore at .1. P,
Fiuk for Insinuating that there Is a
greater demand for his SIdwny baby
carriages than 'here is for Fords and
McLaughlins. The cards were placed o:i the table recently when it was
shown that twc.ity-two Fords and fifteen McLaughlins had been sold by the
Hanson Qarage this year, or thlrty-
sevea In all. The baby carriage
specialists hail to admit that this had
ihem beat, bul claimed that their prosper! ive customers were greater than
those for the gasoline propelled bug-
glee, Mac says thai he has to got a
hick ont of his cars before tliey will
ro, while .1 i\ gets the kick out of
his when they won't go.
row
the
litem
(rf si
of ltf
Agi
hose'
two-t
notici
Si.nl I
aled and turned 111 the alarm, The
brigade made a ijulck response but
all to no purpose for the scene of the
blaze was located outside of lhe water zone and without, a chemical out-
lit the brigade could do nothing. As
in lhe previous fire on Monday night,
lhe house was not occupied at the
time the fire was imp posed to have
started. It appears that tht* house
belongs, lo Mr. Mulr and was to hav
been* occupied by Mrs. St. Elol nnd
child, who had their furniiitre moved
hi but tlu>y themseLves had not taken
possession. Tnlro is no cause yet
determined for the fire. The house
was insured for $300.00, while Mrs.
St. Kloi hud $1.ti0fl on the contents.
W'lthln the last week or so there
have been live fires, b fuel which
Should be carefUlluy considered by
those responsible for the fire protection of the elty. Apparently we are
in lor a dry season, wliich makes M
the more necessary thut every precaution should be taken tu see whal
means the city has of protection is nt
all times in the best shifoe. However,! included in the new work being undo matter how efficient the brigade dertaken by tho C, P. R. in. the locul
might he. it is essenrtial that the yards te the alteration to the eoal-
equlpmenl with which they nave toj chute, the plan culling for tho chang-
work should be such that it can he| ing of the method of loading the bins.
depended ou at all times. Ii is gen- in future, conveyors operated by generally believed that the present lire olltie angtne will elevate tho coal to
truck Is not one thm can always be! the bins, this will do away with the
relied upon. On several occasions, present ramp line, providing more
accidents have happened when on thej space in the yards,
way to fires which fortunately have]
all been of such nature that the delay
has not mattered materially. It ii
to be hoped that the "once too often"
lime will not come before the trnck te
replaced by one thut can be depended
mi. it te worth noting that at tho Are
early Wednesday morning the furniture could iu all probability have been
saved had there heen a chemical outfit
to work with. The same is true of the'
Demlchel fire recently.
To the last two fires the brigade
has made particularly quick responses. At the Benedict fire the water
was fn play within two minutes of the
call, the fire being stopped before it
got to the main pan of the building.
A mishap on this occasion would have
meant that the fire would have got
into the building, which, on account
of Ils lay-out. would have been very
difficult to save.
Miss T. Johnson of tne city ofllce
staff spent the Blaster holiday weekend at Ferule.
1    Mrs. J. It. Laurie nnd Muster Theo,
i roturned from  Winnipeg on  Sundny
last, nfter a two months visit  In the
! prairie metropolis.
Wednesday evening a baseball bee
was held nl the U.W.V.A. grounds. A
good number appeared with nikes and
wheelbarrows and ihe diamond was
put in pretty good shape.
At tlm conclusion or the performance of ihe "Crdnclflxlon by Knox
Church choir on Good Friday evening, Mrs. .•:. w. MacKay entertained
the members of the choir and their
friends at tho Manse. A very pleas-
act time was held, till appreciating
very much the thought full) est* of thfl
hostess.
Word from Jaffray at the beginning
or the week stated that the Jaffray
Hotel at Jaffray. owned by Jas. Henderson, was a complete loss from fire
late on, Saturday night. No cau*}*-
bas beeni ascribed for the blaze, but
it is understood that little or nothing
from lhe place was saved. Some in -
stiranee is carried on the place.
On Monday evening another meeting of the Gyro Club was held at tlie
V. M. C. A., when the matter of the
adoption of a constitution was gone
into. The application for a
was s'gned by those present, and oth
or matters were taken up
ONLV THREE WEEKS
TO CRAiVBROOK'S
BIG CELEBRATION
Program   Stealing   Completion
Auciirs Weill Patriotic Occasion to iu* Harked
One of the features ol  Lhe Sports'
Day for the children on the 23rd of
.May by the Qreut War Veterans Association, will be an address to be gi-,
veil the children by the president of
the local association, Major    ii     it
Hicks.    This will  be  brief, but  will
convey to the i hfldren an ides of what
the G.W.VaA.  Is and Ibeir aims and
thjects    This was dei Ided al a meet
ng of the Celebration Committee held
ii the Q.W WA   Hall on Tuesday ove-
N l  M B E It    io
nbrook
Why Local
Talent Shows?
Efforts  nt'  Societies   Working
lor Altruistic Motives Vol
Always Appreciated
All outside show with a ship.-tiek
and bang-up program can put out advertising, fill a hall ai anywhere from
ot e to two dollars a seat, and take
..i oui lifty pei edit oi the pro* eeds
out of town being to the tame for
what ihey get -mt. A local bod) with
■ better i laen ot ■ nu rtainment, pre*
•i nted by talent just as good even if
li  Is amateur   ■   can work hard for
ek
ing
set  aside
or the pl
putting
in
or tli
id the
e hundred dolhirs was
■ prizes for the Bchool
[trltces Is
■ H .i ■ ..
form of
mid  not
du-u
sports und the nature of the
left lo ihe committee, Thei
uggestiom thai they take tin
nedals or buttons which wo
•uly be a remindi r ol lionoi
■ni would also serve n> ndva
ii to res I of the Ureal War V
.'hose colors or emblem wouh
orparnted on them,   The para
m it toe are going lo try and
y to sprinkle the strets thi
k oi the parade to ovoid <
isauce of previous years
Those looking alter the baseball  n-
rted Unit they bad arranged for a
litest between teams irom Klmber-
v. wycliffe and Cranbrook The
llrsi game is to take place on the
morning of Die 24th and the Anal game
the evening.
\n endeavor Is behig mad. to sei ure
lhe services of 'be band for a longer
period 'ban usual bo that the proceed-
ngs will  bo enlivened  until   prai U-
all)   the close of the race-.
The football name will be played on
Priduy night between teams from
Kimberley and Cranbrook. The com-;
mlttee on decorations report that the
merchants canvassed bo far have Given their promise to decorate tbe
front of their premises. Every flat
polii should carry a flag on that day.
The grounds are being fxed up and
the femes put in good (*ondUio*i
PROGRAM ANNOI "NTKIi
FOR SINMAV BAND
CONCERT THIS WEEK
are bright for the future of the club
3 next meeting will
■nine at 0.16, at th
The second public appearance of the
band  since  its formal  reorganization
under   the   leadership   of   Mr   W    A.
Burton, is to take place at the Audi-,
toriiim on Sunday evening next, after,
the regular church services, the open-
in s number being announced for S.4",
The  band  hus  been  working assidu-
barterIotialy, and those who have heard them;
t practice are convinced the public
Prospects I generally w-iil get a musical treat on|
Sunday evening.   It is announced that'
The next meeting will be on Tuesday ] there will  be  no admission  charged,
V. M. C. A.        but that a collection will be taken to
 ._—•{defray expenses.
The program to be presented Is as
RANCH KB Ull) TO RKST
\ Tho funeral of the late Andrew
Miller, rancher, of Tp-Ta Creek, whose!
demise wuh recorded Inst   week, tuokj
I place on Saturday afternoon lust, at j
'the undertaking parlors, Hev.  It.  C.
; Preemau conducting the services.
WEDDINGS
t
Coming Events
(follows:
March:
Serenade
fllo
i    Tlie event* noie'l l"-'!"»' "• l,,0,•
lor wblcti o-iid adrerllilni nnprars In
I tlila l»»ne. dr ror which priniiins work
l.lMi'Minic.-HAlUl. j ii»» heen done in tnli urn™
Tlm Bpluopal church ut Pernie wail Sunday, Mny *'■ Bund Concert In the
lhe aoone »f n pri'ity woddtnl Mon-     Auilllovluin.
RllllHl    uml I .* .       .    l ■.!
■  united   |tt May 6 to 11   Balvnlton Arm) Annual
1    s. if Denial WssH.
Visi  ol K  of I' 'iniml
i sister of i
city,     The] yxm
day. when MCss Barnh
William Mtldenberg wei
marriage. The bride is
Mrs. A. F. Haddad or tht
newly married couple visited Mr. mid
Mrs. Haddad on Monday, retn ruing to
Pemle the Hiime evening. Mr. Ltnden-
beit- ir, the motion picture operator al
the Orpheum ThOtttro, Fernie.
I.
May
Igc OTllcera
Castle Hall
Recreation
Club
Friday
Uu nee.
Thurs.. Fri fc Sat . May *, » * 10: At
the Star Theatre, "Scaramouche."
Tbttr.   Frl.  Sat.  .May   lr.-lU-lT
umph" ai tbe Stnr Theatre.
"Tii-
En route to Australia
Members of the All-Canadian Soccer Team were happy and smiling when they lined up for the Vancouver
photographer at the western terminus ol the Canadian Pacific Railway on which tliey travelled to the Coast prior
to sailing for Australia on the R. M. SS. Niagara.
From left to right they are; Back row; Jack Russell, Vancouver, vice-president of the D.F.A., W. Linnlng.
Lethbridge; F. Dwrden, Toronto; H. C. Noseworthy, Montreal; S. Davison: Middle row; M. McLean, Calgary;
L. Ford, Retina; O. Forrest, Toronto; Jim Armstrong, secretary, H.C.I'.A.; Front row; W. Sunford, Montreal;
Bob Harley, Winnipeg; J. Hood, Brandon, Jack Armstrong, Vancouver; Tummy Nelson, B.C.F.A., councillor.
MtTHt.ltl.AM>      Hl't.M't.
Ou   Thursday  afternoon*  the marriage tool; place of John .lames Sutherland, fireman or this city, und Miss
Bileen Spence, only daughter of Mr. Friday k Saturday, May   1«   A    IT:
Harold Spence.   of   01 nol. KootenayI   Cranbrooit Musical Society presents
Lake.     They were attended   by   Mr.,    "The Mikado" at the Auditorium.
Geoffrey Spence, brother of the bride ;„,      ,      May ," "Tll(. World nnd
and Miss Harriet Kennedy of this ol-; J*^,,     ^^^ by „ie tha v.
ty.   The harpy couple left on the enM, (. p, flj ..„ Aud|toriUm.
hound train Thursday for the Coast; '   —
Kemper Cadet" J. A.  Harris
Hand
: Twilight Hour" F A. Myers
Band
Solo:      Selected
Mr   J   K. Chorlton
Overture:"Symbol of Honor"   Skaggs
Band
Boxaplione Quar.: "In Olden Times"
\V. A. Bunon
Messrs Pouracre,  Burch,   Kay  and
Hurt on
AccompanlBl    Mr, J  Patey
I in moro it a  Medley "The Jolly  Mine-
   Barnhonse
Band
lleverie:    .."i..ne's   Vision"    ,   Bkaggl
Hand
sitirg Trio, ii.' "Serenade"   Herbert
lb)"Al  the Brook" Bi ladeffre
MUi  Evelyu Anderton, platin;  Mr
T!,eo, Padbera violin. Mr J K t-horl-
1011    'cello
March     "Student spirit'    Wend land
Bond
OOD SAVi: THE KINO
ICxIl March:  .."Peace"     H  C  Miller
Hand
a couple ul mgbi performances, meeting numerous obstacles, and just gel
by with enough to break even, and
sometimes nol that
Why is it.' Why do people lake in
outside shows, pay more for the prt-
rtl ge, :u vor criticise snd always go
bock the next time, no matter how
bad I: thej may have been "taken iu"
:■ :■' <■ when with ;t local show there
> always criticism, grumbling ami a
geueral attitude. If uot of opposition,
. rtalnly not ot co-opera tlon—-when
;n« uno is in it for what they can m.
OUt, 'ear Just tbo I"*"   o( It "
The work ot .. body such as the
Cranbrook Musical Society gives the
, ity of Cranbrook .t clasa of entortain-
meni tbat it would no: otherwise get
Larger cities usually have some such
organisation, but many of them have
a harder time to keep established thnn
even 'be local body Perhaps it is
true :*< some seem to think, that the
place is i:"t really big enough to sup-
rganlzation of this kind, but
fit § troe *.* Ia not altogether a compliment to tbe cltlxens at large Taken
.i- i general rule, '; there are sutn-
tfenl people interested in the production of opera, there ar-1 Usually BUf-
Bch ' left to form a large enough
audience u> make ii worth while. But
after all, it te not just t-heer numbers
thai count in such cases. Aa a matter
' of fact the Musical Society at their
receai performances   have   na   com-
,.|->r"'   t"  mi>e s*>  to   .he  si*/*  of  the
hbutfes that have greeted their pres-
i entatfona. Still there i.i the feeling
they have :iot the general support of
the public back of them that there
should be to make the organization
the full fledged succeps that it ought
tn be.
Tlie .Musical Society is carrying on
ii public spirited work, and endeavoring to stand on its own feel while it
doe- --n. Other bodies, perhaps compare! !e to it in some ways, go to the
city council and receive grants in
varying amounts. Tne Musical Society receives nothing from this source,
and it;*, public performances represent its only source of income, outside of some small subscriptions and
fees. Th*-.-:e expenses in putting on
these performances are larger than it
h) generally supposed, and with two
crowded performances th<*re is not
any more [eft over than really suffices
to clean up tht* sheet. Anything less
leaves no margin to work on.
For this reason the Society is hop-
inu for d real enthusiastic reception
of their coming production. "The
Mikado" Not only is it the most
pretentious production they have yet
attempted, but tt premises ta 'de the
bast   staged   affair   yet      The   society
doe ii"' desire to make si y i^cref of
the fact tliat it li facing at the presenl time a d"th it of about |36ft wbUh
ii is hoped the three forthcoming performances, "i "The MHtado" will eon-
vert into a balance on the other side
of the ledger. This can only be done
w.ih the co-operation and support of
the publli Paal performam es of the
society have invariably been enjoyed
and It Is safe to anticipate these will
also be    Not only b> attendance, but
l,;   Intsri ll  hi other way.   the s ty
fei i Justified In aakttm for tbe fujlesl
possible msasure ol public supporl
i,,.i home talent come first Talk ll
up in every way possible It Is well
worth It.
BANQ1*F.T TO BOY BCOI'TS
MIKIINt;  WM.T. IH!  HEM)
Ho-
Monday evening this week th
tari&ns and their wives wi re hosts to
the Boy Scouts at the Recreation Club
when about u hundred and fifty sa!
down to a sumptuous repart. Tbe
chair was taken, by W, H Wilson.
chairman of the Hoy-' Work committee of the Rotarian*. Abie addrei-
ses were given by the chairman, Mr
via Calgary, and beforo returning In-1Saturday, May 84: (l.W.V.A. Monster T, R. Flett, and others, all of which
tend to visit at Seattle and other! Empire Hay t'ol-hratlon. in Cran- were listened to with interest by the
points. j    brook. j hoys.
Word from N< Isotl '>n Thursday evening was to the effect that Hon. A M
Manson and Hon. Dr. Sutherland, will
gpeafc In this city as advertised, notwithstanding the rumor that the meeting would have to be called off owing
to the return of Premier Oliver from
the east demanding the presence C(
the ministers Bi the coast Accompanied by Hon. Wm. Sloan, tlie minister of mini's, the party wns at Nelson ami Rossland this week.
I
Band Concert, Sunday Night, May 4th
Auditorium
Collection nai two
THE  CRANBROOK  HBRAIA
Friday, May 2nd, 1924
RLEY and WYCLIFFE
INTERESTING ITEMS CONCERNING  HAPPENINGS IN AMI ABOUT THE BCSY TOWNS ON THi*. NORTH BRANCH, WHjERE MINING, MJ HUE Rift 0 AND FARMING INTERESTS ARE SUPREME.
The Otis Staples
Lumber Co,, Ltd.
Yard Is Now
OPEN FOR BUSINESS
We Will Curry A
COMPLETE STOCK
_ OF —
LUMBER
LATH
SHINOLBS
MOULDINGS
HOOKS
WINDOWS
BUILDING
PAPER                NAILS
HOOFING
BUILDER'S
CEMENT
HARDWARE
BRICK
DROP IN
AMI LOOK OVER Oil! STOCK.
WILL FIND
vor
OUR GRADES ARE UNIFORM
WHY PAY RENT
Ask RUDDY
OUR LOCAL MANAGER      1110  WILL  BE  PLEASED
TO SHOW   V(ir   PLAN'S AND
QUOTE   VOl'   PRICES.
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KIMBERLEY   1
NEWS NOTES J
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! Messrs. 13. S. Shannon, P. McMahon,
J. tieigeriuh, and P. Willis were in
[ Cranbrook Thursday evening in at*
: luiidiiiiei' at a meeting tor the purpose
ni' forming a baseball league,
Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Thompson have!
returned from u business trip to To-|
von to.
WYCLIFFE NOTES ".
Mrs. Van Cleok of
Tiiii
.,  wlio has
heen the guest cf .Mi
am
Mrs. F. S-
Shannon, returned i
► he
lioiue   on
Sal unlay.
Don  McKechnle, who lias been in
the employ of the Consolidated com-l
puny, left on Monday for the Winder.
inert.
I llofore deciding on tbat new build'
1 ni}; or that repair wort&> sec Geo. It.
j Loush, the 1'ioueer Builder of Kiui
j berley uud Cranbrook. 18tf
!    Dr. I., Ot, Rice returned on Tuesday
| from a holiday trip spent at thu const.
; Dr. Rico made the return trip In his
new McLaughlin roadBter.
| The new automatic phone system
which tho Consolidated is having Installed for the convenience of its oin-
■ claifl Is now almost ready for service.
* Rev. Qeorge Richmond arrived on
Sunday from Newfoundland to visit
his brother, Archie Richmond.
The "wandering minstrel" in the
' Mikudo is certainly up against a hard
proposition as you will cee if you are
at the Auditorium on M»y 16 or 17.
Mrs. Wells of Cninbrook. was the
' guest or Mrs. William Lindsay hist
■ week.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Thompson have
I taken up their residence at Chapman's
camp.
j Kimberley Lodge I.O.O.P. attended
divine service at the Methodist church
on Sunday evening,
| You will regret it if you miss the
, "Mikado" at the Auditorium on May
[ iti and 17. 9
Wm, Lindsay is having au addition
built to his home.
Wycliffe defeated Cranbrook here
oil Sunday afternoon by a score of 20
to IB, It was baseball und not billiards however, as the score might sug-
gost, Ono must also make reservations lu naming It u bull game, for ut
times Bill Shakespeare could huve
found plenty of material for a second
"comedy of errors." in spite of the
[(ueorness or the fracas, however, the
interest was kept up from bogtnillng
lo ond and the occasional snappy
plays thai broke through tin1 general
uncertainty, looked good "ml promised
well for oiher games lu lhe future;
this wiih the llrst game of the season
Will A.  BlletBon  loft on Thursday] for both teams, and we have wltnes-
J. O'Dotiuell. until recently storekeeper ut the Sullivan concentrator,
left uu Thursday for Vancouver, and
will visit at Balfour before continuing
io tho coast.
Aayoue considering taking life insurance should consult Kurt in Bros.,
.'ranbrook. They aro District Agouti
for Canada's largest lift* company, and
Lave Bpecfalhted In Unit business for
fifteen years. lGtf
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Protect Your Car:
IN A GOOD
GARAGE
BUIXD IT WITH
for li«« home iu Ro
lug been ou the offli
sol htated for the j
Hill  takes with hin
slaud, after hav-
staff or the Coil-
ist nine months,
the Rood wishes
of tho largo number or friends he has
made during his slay here.
Mrs. is. c. Montgomery and daughter roturned on Sunday from Spokane,
Mrs. F. Portier returned from Spokane on Sunday.
Messrs. Archibald. Blaylock and J.
Diamond, all of the Consolidated were
in Kimberley this week.
List   your
Bros.
property
with   Martin
35tf
I* IU HOY (JOES TO
'    KIMREKLKY IN CHAKKK
OF OTIS-STAFLrS YAH1>
II. 15. Beattie. formerly of the Beat-
tie-Noble Drug Co. of Cranbrook now
of Vancouver, was a visitor to KImherley on Monday.
Mrs. William Lindsay and family are
spending tho week with ber parents
in ('ranbrook.
One of the many signs or the growth
of Kimberley is the enlarging or the
post office. A second wicket and i
number of new boxes have been In
stalled during the past week.
J. Congdon. of tho provincial police
entertained several of hla friends at
dlnnor Monday evening,
sod firsi games for soveral seasons,
nevertheless wo are willing to prophesy some pretty lively battles during
the summer that will uot be below the
Standard or the baseball played fn previous years.
WYCLIFFE
L,    Crowe,    r.f;  W    Staples,    cf;
Breone, 8b; Piper, 2b; Clark, lb; Held,
p; Romano c. l.f; Pennington, s.s.,p.
U. Trew. s.p..c; E. Staples l.f. a.p.
(ItAMMOOK
Huffman, 2b,pj Grady, ss; Logan,
;tb; Bamford, p.,2b; E. Hogarth, c;
Dallas, l.f; T. Hogarth, lb; Clapp, cf;
McDonald, r.f; Flndlay, s.p.
Three base hits:: Wycliffe. W. Sta-
Staples Lumber
Ask RUDDY for PRICES
ikr is nrii,i» vor a home
(IX THE EA8V PAYMENT I'LAN
THE
Otis Staples Lumber Co., Ltd.
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WEDDING
A. Johnson
Mens' Furnisher
BOOTS AM) SHOES
Suit Cases ami Trunks
OVERALLS
Boots antl shoim Neatly Repaired
I.lli-nil I.iiii Aoln
Site (nfter they lied been chasod by
:i dog): "Oli. Albert, you nuiil tlml you
would fnco death for met"
lie: "Yc.i -bul thai ili>K nlll't dead."
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Morrison & Burke
Dealers in Coal and Wood
TIUNSFER WORK DONE
Tell your wlvee end tell your
frlende
The Conservative meeting held on
Monday evening was very well utteii-
Mr. L. Ruddy who has for about|ded' TlK' •P'***"« "ere Dr. J. W.
ten years boon connected with thel '*»"c<lBe. Wm. noss and N. A. Wnl-
Bast Kootenay Lumber Co. at Jaffray, llll8:or' MI'A- New "mcm <m »"'
and who recently moved Into this el- onsl,h,K *"'" w«'e elected.
ly. lias accepted a poslilo". with the vlml Uonr,i m~n,m ln connection
Otis-Staples Lumber Co., as manager „.ilh u,0 Methodlat chureli were held
t Kimberley of the new building service which that company has estab-
llshod.
iliis week, when the work for the jmsl
year was closed out. The quarterly
official board reported all lhe organ!
Mr. Ruddy has already taken up his z„ti„„s showing Increased meinbor-
new duties and will he pleased ut any „„,,, „„,, innu61)cei ,iUguriiiE well for
time to show plans nnd give estimates
to prospective owners of new buildings.
SHIPMENTS OF ORE
RECEIVED AT THE
TRAIL SMELTER
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KIMBERLEY JEWELRY
12
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11 Size Gents' Pockot
Watches
While Hold Killed
ladles' silk Rlblion Brace-
let Watches
l'eiirl Necklaces
Bluebird Poarli
Eiiiragcmrnt ami
WciIiNiil' Ring!
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A l-'HKNII SIIII'JI.H.M' OF
Real
Maple Syrup
IS EXPECTED ANY DAY
ASK IS POR IT
A. Mellor
GENERAL   MERCHANT
Following Is a statement of ore received ot the Trail Smolter tor the
period April 15 to 21 inclusive.
Name of Mine and Locality Tons
Knobhlll. Republic, Wash  l«9
Lone Pine Surprse Last
('hence, Republe, Wash  887
Qullp,  Republic,  Wash    222
Ruth, Sandon, B.C  «
Silversmith, Sandon, B.C.,   (leadl IIS
(zlne) 101
Company Mines       H458
Total
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Cranbrook Sash & Door Co.
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Kimberley Lumber Yard
OPSIN POR BUSINESS '
Herb. S. Smith is in Charge
A Full Line Of
LCBTBER     -     WINDOWS   -    DOORS     -     LATH
MOULDINGS     -     BUnOHNG PAPER
ROOFING     -   -     BRICK     -   -     SHINGLES
Etc. Etc.
WAVAV.VAV
niiiilt.it>'. Rudlo Hcnnl In l.iiKlnml
For tlie first time in tlie history of
radio in Western Cnniulu, a message
broadcast from Winnipeg has iieen
heard in London, Enpliind. The
bnindriint WOa mnde by n. 0. Jones,
of 5880 Upton Street, Winnipeg, nnd
picked up by F. U. Hogg, of r»7 Hli
hop'a Rood, Illghgnte. London. The
messnge was transmitted on February in, the delay In tho announcement
of the SUCCOUR1 of tho font   hciliK "In*'
to the lengthy mall delivery.
the work of the next conference year.
Rev. Evan Baker, pastor of the
Methodist church was in Cranbrook
for it short time this week, lu connection with "lie dose of the conference
year, taking up various matters with
Rev. R C. Freeman, the district chairman. Mr. Baker expects to leave
some time next week for Vancouver to
attend the B.C. Methodist conference.
KIMBERLEY ODDFELLOWS
ATTEND  ANNIVERSARY
SERVICE AT METII. ('II,
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JOHN80>.OI.!)FIEM>
A wedding of especial note to kimberley people took place on Saturday
afternoon Inst, it was al! the more
noteworthy, as being the first wedding to tako place in the Methodist
cLuich there. The contracting couple
were Miss Eileen Mary Irene Old-
Held, and Mr. Andy Leander Johnson,
both of Kimberley. The bride's parents reside in. England, while the
groom Is a native of Braeke, Sweden,
hut he has heen resident iu this country for some time, und is at present
ranching near Kimberley.
The ceremony took place at about
2,30 in the afternoon. Rev. Evan Baker
officiating, and there was a church
full of friends to witness the ceremony. The church was very prettily
decorated with lilies and other flow-
ore. The bride was charmingly array-
L'ri in white siik. trimmed with radium
luce, ami she carried a very lovely
bouquet of lilies, carnations and roses.
She was attended by Miss Thomas as
bridesmaid and Mrs. P, Lewis as matron of honor. Mr. Thomas Oldfield,
brother of the hrfde acted as best man.
After the completion of the ceremony tlie company lepalred to Mead-
owbrook Ranch near Kimberley, where
a most sumptuous supper awaited the
company, served by Mr. and Mrs. Evan
Lewis, with whom the bride lias been
making ber home. About twenty-five
Kuests sut down and enjoyed this wedding BUpper, replete with every tempting ilish appropriate to such en auspicious occasion, and this was much
enjoyed by all the guests.
Tlie hrldo and groom will make
their home at Meadowbrook, where the
groom has his ranch, and many good
v. Isbes are extended to them by their
friends of the Kimberley district.
pies, Piper, Clark. Pennington; Ci
brook; B, Hogarth,
Two base hits: Wycliffe; W. Stn-i
pies. Piper, dark, I'enningtcn. Cranbrook; Huffman) 2, Logan 3, B, Hogarth.
Sacrifice hits: Wycliffe, L. Crowe,
B, SUiples.    Crauhrook, Dallas
1st Base on Errors: Wycliffe 5;
Cranbrook  tl.
Stolen Buses: Wycliffe; Trew, E
Staples. Cranbrook; Huff man, Logan.
Errors: Wycliffe 7; Cranbrook 7,
Double Plays: Wycliffe; To Clark
to Breene,
Umpires: Jones, Anton.
Sam Wormington is engaged in
painting the residence of J. L. Crowe.
Several  local  people made the trip
to Lumberton on Friday night of last
week to attend the dance.
Mr. L. Ruddy was a business visitor on .Monday.
Mrs. E. L, Staples returned to her
home on, Friday of last week from
Southern California whero she has
heen visiting for the last two months,
Mr. Staples and the children met Mrs.
Staples   at   Spokane.
According to reports reeeved the
local ball team will play Wardner
next Sunday afternoon ou the hitter's
home grounds.
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Clark entertained
several friends at un enjoyable dinner
party on Wednesday last.
\el«on. — Production of fruit and
vegetables in tbe Interior of British
Columbia last season totalled 5,000
cars, of which all but 15 per cent, had
been disposed of at the end of 1V23,
Prices ranged tow, but generally in
When Tea Think of Insnranee
— Call Up —
BEALE & ELWELL
Phono £0      ll     Cranbrook
Hole jtir*nl* for Klmhcrlej Town.llf.
On Sundny evening 'Inst there wn."
ii crowded attendance nt the Kimberley Methodlat church, every Heat beinn
taken, muny hnvins to stand, oml even
then .still others having to he turned
away. It Is estimated that about two
hundred were in attendance nt the
service.
Tlie OdilfcllnwH were present In n
body tn mark the 105th anniversary
of tlieir order, about sixty members ot
Sullivan Lodgo attending. They met
nt tlieir hall, nnd paraded to the
church.    Special   music  mnrked  tlie
service tho choir rendering two nn-jkc(lnjnl. „.,„, „,,„,,. .11!ri,.,iitnral nro-
tbems. ami Mi». Marsden giving two „m.|B
solos, one being "My Task." Tills spe-l
clal music was all very much appro-1   v|r,„r|B. _ w,„ y ,„„7 ,„„„„.
dnu"'    T "'"""■■ R"v Kv"" '"""''••; factoring plants   were operating   In
gave a very appropriate address on Mrltlxl. Columbia In lllir,. with a eapl-
Trlemlshlp, Uvo and Truth." '""tnl vnliio of •lriS.tUe.SM, at the ond of
moUo of tbe order, which wns very, |92» ,„„ number had Increase,! io MM
"""•'' "' ""' P '. «"u '""M ''" •■■>*«■"; with a capllal value   of   ovor three
very much to heart In the lives of h red million dollars, according u>
everyone who listened. |U statement made In the pro-incltl
This was the largest Borvlco so far legislature. Production value, in 1916
held lu the cliurch nnd wns oiitslnnil-'were 178,6*4,481, while In 191D, ln.
Ing In every way—attendance, music 1m| yonr for which flguros are avalll-
and also tiie nature of tho address.      able, they were f289.794.h88.
A Kansas Cyclone Caught in the Act
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada Limited
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TRAIL,    BBITISII    COLUIIBU
SMELTERS AND  REFINERS
Puehtienof flold, Silver, Copper, Load & Zinc Ores
Producers of Wold, Silver, Copper, flu; Lead and Zlne
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BEGS 'fO ANNOUNCE THAT
THE GLEN CAFE  -(formerly the White Lunch)  is now
opened for business.    The premises have been thoroughly
renovated.
FIRST CLASS SERVICE      -      OPEN AT ALL HOURS
s>        TABLES RESERVED FOR LAJIIES        ::
Your Patronage is Solicited
Watch for the Dodgers
For The Introductory special Announcement of
Kimberley Dry Goods Co.
New Goods to Choose From
Kimberley Dry Goods Go.
1*. IliiriiH OUI Local.on
ii ii
Announcement
The Kimberley Oarage is now prepared to look after
your Auto troubles be they little or great. With two export mechanics In their service they do not hesitate to
guarantee absolutely all their work.
Commodious Storage Space. Twenty-four Hour Service
Most Up.To.nato Gasoline Service Station in the District
Filtered Gasoline •        ■ Oils and Accessories
Take your work; wliere you can be sure of Expert Service
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*t*i Friday, May 2nd, 1931
THE  CRANBROOK   HERALD
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YEP -   A    FAT    PUIJ.5E
I?    A    iSOOO    TMIN6
TO   LEAN  tfN
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Hun iim ii) from ili.niMiis uml jun
ihiti HHiiy I'm ut dllllHilllt*** uml you
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Tint bent cure fur longing for the old
homo town i.i in go .nick thoro nud
try It uKuiu.
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lu thin unto nge itii* lion mny cross
tbo rond bocntiso sho Is dos|ionilonl
ovor coiitliiuotl bini honllh,
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Itru^m I nmiL.li
tnd Inn was the gome thoy ptnyed.l
Which   beld-unclo  Nod tried  tut
Join lu.
No, no-no, onr Tommy brayed,
We're sculping, ami see you Itnvo
boon.
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A K'l*ut.ir Writer
First Ktii: "What are you going tn
do for a living?"
Second Stu: "Wrlto."
First Stu: "Write what?"
Second Stu: "Write homo."
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Hen Higglns never would be passed,
He bragged his car's endurance.
He passed six cars with backward
glance—>
His wife 1ms ids Insurance.
Thrills lu Geography
Uncle: "Then you like Geography?"
Willie:   "Yee.  it   in  the only  book
that la big enough to tilde a detective
story."
• *   •   *
Ah,  There**,  a   IteilHOli
Doctor:   "You  cough   mora  easily
ihis morning,/'
Pallont: "Yon, woll I oughl tn  I've
boon practicing ail night."
Two sides tu This
Girf: "He'o ad awfully clover man.'*
liut'i': "Nol n im ot ii.        He only
makes people ihii.lc uo."
airf: -Well, don't you cull that ele-j
vor?"
■
Poor Thing
Husband: "Hon?, here. Hazel, whal
ilo ynu mean by waking mo oui of
such a sound sleep?"
Wife: "But,—but.—Henry.    it    was
such n terrible Bound."
• •   •   ■
lie ltd oil Hit
Poker: "Don't your wife ever miss i
you ?
Chip: "Why, yen, once in u lonj; I
whllo, but I'll have you know that gnl
is :i pretty sure shot.
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To the Stock Raisers
of the Cranbrook District I
Doesn't hurt one bit! Drop a little
"Freezone" on an aching corn, In-'
stantiy that corn stops hurting, then
shortly you lift it off with fingers.     i
Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of
"Freezone" for a few cents, sufficient
to remove every hard corn, soft corn,
or corn between the toes, nnd the foot
calluses, without soreness or irritation.
Ha inly: "Jedge—that good fer no-
ihln' broke every chair In Hie house
across nm hald."
Judge:- "Well didn't he npologlzo or
express rogret?"
Mainly: "No not yet, jodge—you see
tiie ambulance took him away before
he could speak."
u    •   •   ■
This Time o' Vein*
Hubby: "Such a life. Such a life. 1
wish 1 wns a dog."
Wife: "George, don't talk like that,
it's wicked."
. Hubby: "Well. T do—yes. I do. Jtisl
think, all my taxes paid for me."
•    •    •   *
Ain't II
Flapper: "Write to me from every
country you visit, will you, dear?"
Sheik: "Yes, darling, I'll write to
you regularly."
Flapper: "Oh, thanks, I'll have the
best stamp collection in town."
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We ure again at the season of the
year when a little supervision on the
range te apparently necessary, already a tew bull;, and stallions have been
fcuud on tlie runge, which is strictly,
against the laws.
This mutter was df.*jeusi»eU at a!
meeting of the stockbreeders' Association lust Saturday evening and It
Wftfl the opinion of the meeting that
these infractions of the law wert)
probably due to one of two reasons, j
cither the stockmen were not familiar
wiih tlie range laws and the penalties
connected with the same or else they
prefer to turn these animals out taking the L-liancs that they will noi be
caught, and if caught not fined, rather
than to go io Hie expense of trading
thoso animals until lite date thai tliey
are allowed mil ou tho range.
Therefore, for ihe information of
the stockmen, the Association thought
it advisable to publish a few of the!
Range Laws and the penalties connei ■,
ted with the same, aud they draw your
attention to the following:
I   Any person who;
(n) Impresses or causes or directs
to be Impressed or assists in Impressing any stock with any brand or sale j
mark not registered or which 1ms
boen cancelled; or
(bl Impresses or causes or directs
to be impressed or assists in Impres I
sing without the consent of the owner,
any stock of which he is not the owner with any brand or sale mark other than tho registered brand or reg-i
istcred sale mark of such owner; or
(c) Ait ers, obliterates, defaces or
removes, or directs or causes to be|
altered, defaced, obliterated or removed, or assists in altering obliterating or removing any registered brand
or sale mark, shall be guilty of an
offense und shall be liable for every
offense, on summary conviction, to n
fine not exceeding the sum of $800, and
in. default of payment, to Imprisonment for a period not exceeding two
years.
2. Stallions of one year old or up-1
wards are not allowed on tho range
at any season of the year. !
Hulls over nine months old are not
allowed on the range from the llrst;
day of December till the first day of
July and bulls not of a good beef type
are noi ullowed on tiie range at any
time.
Owners of above named animals
unlawfully at large, for every such
offense shall be liable on summary
conviction, to a penalty of not mort
;
than fifty dollar- while at the same
time be is liable for what damages
may occur hy these animals being a
large.
3, Where cow* or heifers wbkh are
over one year old are allowed to run
al large upon nnj unfeuced pasture
or range where wh re bulls are allow-
to run at large during certain seasons of the year, the owner of such
cows or heifers shall with every thirty or major fraction thereof [10 nr
morel provide and run therewith one
bull of a good beel typo over one year
of age
■1 Where ail) pel "ii driving slock
shall find thai any other stock of
which be is noi lawfully in charg
has become mixed with thai which he
is driving, be shall separate such
stock and retui:, the Block of which
he is nol lawfully in charge- to tho
place where stu li mock flrsl became
mixed.
The above are ii fow of the range
laws thai are mosl applicable to the
ranges of this dlstrlcl and the association would ask iliat the sturluucii of
the district give all possible assistance iu handling these quest tone.
ANGUS I.   HAY,
Secretary,
way should bo announced before thfl
election or afterwards,   Considerable
saiisl'ai linn was expressed at a receat
mei ting of the Princeton board of
trade ai a letter received from Hon.
.1. II King, fedi ral minister of public
works to the effect that should the
Dominion government see fit to grant
\ funds by way of compensation to the
province tor tbe destruction of por-
ti ns of the old Cariboo road along
the Fraser canyon during railway construction to be used in assisting the
building of a motor highway between
the coast and the interior the Dominion government would leave the choice
of route entirely in the hands of the
provincial authorities.    This decision
] permit-*  Hi"   use of any  such   federal
grant   for the construction or either
tho Hope-Princeton   or   the   Fraser
Canyon route.
Tho facl thai ths former road will
IHI about $600,000 Less to build than
I the one through the canyon, and that
it is a far more direct nmle to the interior. Is expected to weigh heavily
iu its favor.
"WOULD AND MIS WIFE"
PROMISES TO BE AN
I'M SI AIM,V I.OOU IMAV
\\'iii> i un remember the good old
rJayi m lien ci ery man woman and boy
knew bow to hitch up u bur.-"'.'
nuking 'The World and His Wl
si:n>\i> r.MT of elko
POWER  PLANT TO BE
COMPLETED SOO>
Gresl strides are being made al
Klko toward completing tbe secoud
unit of tho East Kootenay Power Co's
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DECISION ON ROUTE
FOR    IIKJIIWAV    MAY
BE GIVEN OFT SOON
Govaiiillieill    Humid    To    Dls-
plon.SC   Some   Sections   No
Mutter WImiI Decision Is
Victoria, — Docish n on tbo route
of the new trans provincial highway
is a question which is beginning to
bristle witli poliliful dllllcultlos and
it la likely thai it will n..t he settled
for some weeks yet.
Having planned to start work on
tlie road this spring Hie government
finds now thai it musl offend large
numbers of voters whether it proceeds by either route nr postpones
action entirely. If it sotects the Fraser liter route, most favored now, it
will antagonize tho electors of the
Stmllknmaen riding ami probably parts
of the South Okanagan and Oraild
Forks - Greenwood country. If it
builds the road from Hope to Pontic-
ton it will annoy the ridings of Kamloops, Salmon Arm. Cariboo and north
Okanagan.
Afhr Premier (diver's return from
Ottawa the government may decide
whether the route of the new  lilglt-
To   Re  Seen   Here   .May   22ml
As Annual 1'nlverslt.v of
It. (. Offering
William Favcrsham has styled "Tiie
World ain! His Wife" the best constructed ploy in which be has acted in
thirty years on the stage. Because of
its high merit, this drama has been
chosen by lhe Players Club of tbo
University of Hritish Columbia for Ils
ninth annual performance at the Audl-
l  num.   Thursday, May L'I!.
The play is from tbe pen of Jose
[Ocliognruy, Hie famous statesman and
dramatist of Spain, who died during
Hie rocent war. A classic lu its own
country, ibis gripping drama has been
produced in many languages. Sir John
Martin Harvey introduced it lo English playgoers and Kavershani played
il   mosl  successfully in the Stales.    It
will   make  serious   demands   of  tbe
nbl.ttJQS   Of   the    t'.it.C    players,   bin
careful rehearsing oastires a noteworthy performance. The cast include** Botty Somerset, who makes her
last appearance iu Varsity dramatics;
Alfroda Berkeley and Avis Pumphey.
The male leads will be played by
Messrs. Peter Palmer and H. X. Cross,
while A, Sloond, Tommy Taylor and
Fraser Lister complete the cast.
Two sets of new scenery are lieing
constructed for the production,     As
the scene is laid in fashionable circles in Madrid, special attention has
been bestowed on the costumes. Some
of these are tho latest   importations
only a few minor details remaining to
)>e done it will not be long I el
eiiLiIi.il,>'    Will   I \
ty-slx thousand veils a to
Work on the dum, too, is being pushed  forward  with all   possible  speed,
the men
the mam  idea 1 i get i
■ :       i.
from   Bill n    tali a numhei
men sro being i ■ ■   ff for a Hi
high   . mer  beginnli
with  the  work     It is es
opi rations i'1 full -vIII
about two m ':; Iii itgb wa
ter H ■ ■ di a    I:. ■
nol affw ti d bj tli
car led on.
Ntlftkltl I.     Mi :
aw Ine hn eders !ia\
of a Bpe< ial educational Bhoi I i    in
m baron and bog pro
ted by the Vi Ivoi
recently,    Lectun    and practical d
ministrations   on   dlfl sr    I
Iho  Industry  wen   Rh  n
competitions  hi fore  uml  uft
slaughtered was one of I
»P%^
Say "Bayer"- insist!
For Pain     Headache
Neuralgia    Rheumatism
Lumbago    Colds
v.'ccft only a
.St*
■es~~ ^
layer package
which contains pi
Handy "Bayer"      res of  '."'  '■-.'•   I •
Also bottlesol 24 ai I 10 '-
Aspirin   i<   tl-   trad*   oatl      *      ■■ -   '
Canada)     nf    I'.;"   :     »
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SYNOPSIS OF
i /iii!
PRE'EMPTIONS
urveyad
pu'd b>
nd by s       .-  ■  .   .     .. ng Intot tion
Urii        ru lects,   ctndi*
-;■■ .   resident occupation
■  ;     ■  n ■ ni    for agricultural
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PURCHASE
-...   ■   .  . ved  for   pur
vacant .:••■;■■
B ..        ■..!>.    '     '     bflllli        ,r  :■-.'.:   '
irai  ,*)'■■      ■   .   ■ in
■ Ic  ■    first-cbis.il (arable) i    Ils (I
per acre, and Bvcoi.d-c,l*\aa    Itiail  ■: •
nd  *- 60 pel   Here     1 urtl   r |  foi
..     : ; 9   UT
f Cn ■•■:                  i ■         ii Hnlltlb
S ■.  l"   I   nd  Si   ■ m« and
,. ■   .
Mill, factory, or li aitei oi
■ \ ■    . • .   40 Ht-rei
purchased or the con*
dl Ions          tudti r i ment      ■»!
II  UH)  -.:■■
HOMESITE   LEASES
"• »ui ■■• .■• 'i areas, nm - seceding st
■ -   ■    ) ..-■ I   . mesltaa
ndlUonal   u\   ■    a   dwi ll ng   beiti;;
•    cted r   title  tiritid
.Inable nee   and  Im
hi--     ruifllle*)
.  baa  beei   f irvty-d.
LEASES
For grsitng at I   Industrial    pur-
I   Sea   arena  not   *>xleedinj:  640  acrei
:■■ y  I -   ■■.:*- I   I;   one  ; * rson  or  u
i mi any
GRAZING
■ Ier  !h* Grazmp   Act   thr   Prov.
ti   a I? divided into grating district*
ar j the range administered under a
■'J raring       Commissioner       Annual
I nermlta are Issued based on
tiiimbers ■ ■   gi       . .' l»-irijr glvei
established >■■ :lt*owneri
:  rm   ;-..-•      .■: i -    for    rung*
aagement    Free  oi  partially fret-
arnilts   am   »vat;abl«    (or     ••ttlfi
■■:.;-:•■   and   trava] nn,   u*,   ■&     m
b-ad.     .
Mtmiley llaldwin^aitfil 2, htlltvrd In
"i'rolrcllen" nnd waa under lhat af thr
I'aratJIan Pacific from Liverpool la llam-
tllon. Onl. With him l» Charlla Ma*
, jiilra. uf Harrlf. who, anawarad Canarl-.'*
rail   for  praftiiianal  foattwllara.
-•*-** **    ,   ■ JM.GR  pour
THR  CRANBROOK   HERALD
Friday. M»y Snd, 11)21
iiii!ii!liHilliii>iM,!i.iiiii;ii,i,i,;i[]>ii,i,<i<i,i.j:,i>ii:i!iiiciiii!iu>i;>itii;>i!i.i:tii:]iiiiiiiiiiiinuiMiiu^inuuiiMiiii[]iiiiiiiiiiiii]iiiiMiiitiiniiiiiMim
WE ARE HERE 11' SERVE YOU AND WILL ;*
■■ APPRECIATE  YOUR  PATRONAGE. ||
j Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, j
Fancy Goods & China
TWENTY YEARS AGO
extracts trom lhe Cranbrook
Herald nl this dale,  1903.
Cl 1 FT S    T 11 A T    LA ST
5 A disastrous fire visited Fernie lust
I week, und a loss of hall a million
i dollars was suffered, tlio entire uusl-
3 ness section  uf tlie city being wiped
I onl.
1 —'
I j. P. Armstrong, government agenti
B ' slates  that  arrangements are  being I
I made for the transfer of the govern-
I ment  offices    from    Fori    Steele  to:
Tn Us I'm- Repairs ami Ucl Satisfaction              | cranbrook.
C.P.R. WATCH INSPECTOR next to the post offick   | _
*• ■     iter.   F.   W.   Avuuche   inis  resigned
iiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiinuiiiiiiiiuniimiiiiit! iniiiiiiiD hiikiiiii am un nun mini
from iho pastorate* of the Baptist
church and will go to Olivet church,
New Westminster,
I A. Vroom has retired from the firm
| of Vroom nnd Dezall, and his interest
has been taken over by Prank UezaU..
Ur. F. tlreen lias returned from New-
York where he took u post graduate
surgical course in one of iho large
hospitals.
1'i'olic nf Farmers' CuiiiUtlons.—To! ''"'" "' ll""1 ngenctes, hns been ap.
enquire Into the actual conditions ex.! I'nlntcd by tho Dominion government,
istlng among funnel's In tlio vicinity, '''miners in Ihis dlstrlcl have made an
of Luke Winnipeg and Lake Manitoba, "l'i"'"' for help In purchasing their
H. a. Cuttle, Edmonton, Bunerinten- Boecl sratn for 1924, basing tholr claim
:——— __ '(m the poor crops of last season.
RAWORTH BROS.
m:
::^l
Cbc Cranbrook Herald
three uml a half mllllona
hit dependent lui' nil o
Publishi il En rj  Fn
F A. WILLIAMS
Bubicrlptlon Price 	
Tn United Slates 	
Advertising Rates on
for Advertising should bi
nesday noon to secure al
Communications for i
by the name of the wrll
print.
AppIf
in; rEll, li. I
...S'-'.im I'or Yc
 (Ml) I'er Yenr]
i,   Changes ot Copy,
■ i.il  laid' than Wed.I
1924
SAT
nl Canadian population
it substantial part of
their income upon what tlie forest areas produce,
li is equally in"' that ihe riddance of ihe forests
won lil rid Uio country of a large part of lis Inhabitants. Sir Clifford Slfton writing to the I'uiin-
Idlan Forestry Association said recently:
ilie plague "f forest fires is allowed lo
continue ilie exodus uf population from our lim-
,mr i„ Iier growing areas cannot very well he prevented,
J uml ii is only n question of a relatively few years
until we lone from our northern areas the greal
body of population and all municipalities subsisting on forest manufactures."
li has been estimated that from fifty to
seventy per tenl. of the population of Quebec and
New Brunswick derive their living from the forest,    British Columbia shows even a higher per
rentage.   A good many Canadians have errone-
■== ously Identified population and immigration with
 ^ farm lands exclusively.    An examination of occupations anil sources of income shows Ihe fal-
QUESTIONS POR TlllO ATTORNEY-CiENERALl |ty Q. ,||is yk,w    The prouuctlve toregt is the
 ■ only lure lo population that XO per cent, of the
The visit of the tttlorney-gi neral of the pro- area of Canada ever can have, for no crop except
vinec to the cily mis week end provides au op- forests can grow thereon. The limber stock of
portunity lur the people of Cranbrook iu learn a present day Canada is almost wholly growing on
ikllu more In regard to the workings oi the liq- non-arable lands so that when a careless smoker
uor act. There is uu desire lo si ek information j or camper wipes out a township of timber the
which it may nut be dceincU in lhe public interest area remains useless and tenantless for upwards
to   divulge,   bin   the operations of   the liquor of half a century.
MAY
*UN   MON   JUt   WtD   THU   FRI
1 2 3
4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1112 1314 15 1617
18 19 20 llll 23 24
252627 28 2330 31
/~T)OD home-made
^—* bread has always
been the chict lood
ol the earth's sturdiest
races. None of the
breakfast (otitis or
health foods can equal
bread in nourishment,
Good bread is the
most digestible food as
well as the cheapest.
*, "ft. '■
Saaauc
Siiliirdny, May 3
BLESS THE LORD. 0 my soul, and
forget not all Ills benefits; who tor-
glveth all thine Iniquities, who heal-
eth all thy dlseuses; who redeemeth
Iliy life from destruction.—Psalm 103:
i.4.
+ + +
Sunilii). M'ij 4
LET THIS MIND BE IN YOU, which
was also lu Chrlsl Jesus. Lot nothing
ho done through strife or vainglory;
but in lowliness of mind let each es-
leetu others better than themselves.—
I'hlliipians 8:6,8,
+   +   +
Muiiilii), May .",
HE SURE YOl'lt    SIN   WILL FIND
yOU OUT.   Numbers 32:28.
+   +   +
Mentor, »uy«
I) DEATH, where Is Iliy sllliK,' 0
grave, where is thy victory? nut
thanks bo lo (toil which glvelh us the
victory through uur l.onl Jesus
Christ.   1 Cor. 16:66,67,
+ + +
Wednesday, Jlny 7
OWE NO MAN ANYTHING, bul t"
love one another, for ho that ilovoth
another bath fulfilled the law. Lovo
worketh no 111 to his neighbor; therefore lovo Is the fulfilling of Hie law.—
Romans 13:S,io.
+   +   +
s tost '.(»|isjui|,r,
BUT NOW IS CHRI8T RISEN PROM
THE DEAD anil heroine the first trulls
of them that slept. — Corinthians 16:
20.
4-    +    +
Friday, May I)
BRETHREN, If a man, be overtaken In
a fault, ye which are spiritual, restore such a one in the spirit of meekness: considering thyself, lest thon
also be tempted.—(lalaliatls 0:1,
QUALITY
Co-Operative
SERVICE
1 CAKE OP SOAP FREE WITH EVli
ROYAL CROWN SOAP	
13 BARS CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP
LYLE'S OOLDEN SYRUP, per tin ..
FLEISHMAN'S YEAST, li for	
PINK SALMON, Tall Tins, 2 for
DRIED LOGANBERRIES, :i package
COWAN'S INSTANT COCOA, per Iln
OGILVIE'S GLENORA FLOUR, US':
FRY'S BAKING CHOCOLATE, per t
BULK cocoa, >i lbs	
DAIRY BUTTER, :i Ilis	
ORANGES, I ilozon  	
3RY CARTON of
30c
$1.00 \
35c
25c
35C
$1.00
30c
$3.25
35c
25c
$1.00
95C
SPECIAL
WEBSTER'S clear Havana Imperlales Cigars
ORLANDO Invineililes. 50's ,
These are regular 15c sellers
i's $1.50
$2.75
Cranbrook District Co-Operative Soc.
!•** r   ■   i   •   .   .   I   •   ,   ,
linlllllllllUIIIIIIII 1" "'"'""I Ulllllllllliuni [ i nn „ IIIIBIIUulllNlflllllllllliilBiiiiii ,|,	
hoards stiuad ui secret I en :■
Lucli a BCale lu ihis eiiy 111
euiild surely be given wit
tret year Uie city was mulcle
of the profits on liquor sale;
ibe results from Uie liquor ir
nul seem lu be un suen a larj
nur did lhe cusls perlainii.;
men have 1 ecu on'
some information
ml emuariuanient.
,i i ousld r tble sum
accruing to it, and'
mi,- operatives did
*-.<. .ile as this year,1
tu the trial uf lhe
N 0 T 10    A Nl)    CO M M E N T
lOvi
.Irk
uar
ryone admires a sportsman, and General
lhe Provincial parly loader, appears to
e some of that instinct within him, as well as
in a lighter. He has offered to bet a thousand
witli Mr. Bowser that there will be more
eases involved seem as large as this year. This 0I his party in ihe nexl legislature than Conser-
beiug the case, are the costs ul ibe eases reeenllyj valives, the money to go to charity. After whal
heard here iu be charged back to the eity as lu * |lus already spent in the interests of his new
lhe previous iustauce?     -\re the details to bu     ilitical hobby, another thousand will not eul
kept from the ratepayer.*, as formerly?
Tlie public* wuulil like tu know on whose invitation it is that tnese visitations of the secret
operatives take place. Has some formal complaint been made thai eundiiious are so bad here
as tu need this special attention from ihe liquor
control board In this way? Tlie city maintains a
police force at not an Inconsiderable expense,
aud if il has lo be supplemented by these visitations al such cost, there is obviously something
amiss. It is unfortunate lhat Cranbrook seems
lu be singled out for au especial dose of this medicine, and ii appears thai if Illegal selling
is so rampant ii would lie desirable to restrict
the measure In which ihe supplies are allowed
to leave the liquor store.
The desire of a great majority of lhe peu-
much figure anyway, bul there would probably be
no lack of lakers for the General, if Air. Ilowser
did not feel like accepting.
Strenuous efforts are being made at  the
ome Hank enquiry to fasten the responsibilii;
for the crash ou to Sir Thomas White, former
minister of finance, to whom some complaint was
made as to the dealings at lhat time of some of
directors. It Is more than likely that tht
* ople who are now raising this cry would have
Iieen the first to shout "hands off" had the government attempted intervention then, lt would
Inevitably have led to a run on the bank, and the
same result would have ensued. There would
have been a hubbub about government paternalism, and the government would have been hla-
ple is to work out the splrll of moderation in nied for interfering.   Now it is blamed because il
the carrying out of the liquor act, and it is not <li(1 "0| interfere,  Who wouldn't be a minister of
in any carping criticising splrll that the Bltua- finance, anyway?
lion is thus put up to ihe attorney-general. These ——■—
are questions thai were in everyone's mouth as! A short time ago iu an I.W.W. paper, ex-
iho recent liquor prosecutions in ihis cily were tracts from which were published in the Herald.
followed, serious allegations were made by a leader of the
The coining beer plebiscite is another matter '-WAV. involving the eity police. They were as-
on wliich ii is hoped lhe attorney general will be serled t0 be conniving with wrongdoing at some
able to shed a Utile liKhi during his visit to this'"1' ,nc llotelB- Now the mithor of ,hese charges
city.
BRINGING OUT THE BEST MAN
has returned to    ihe city, il is understood, and
j there should be the Opportunity for a showdown.
One or the oilier is right, and drastic statements
of Ihis kind should Dot be allowed lo go unelial-
1 lenged.
This week will see Iln* Conservative liollii-	
nation made for the riding   in   ihe   provincial        "Owing to a printer's error," is always an
arena,   whether their optimism ia well founded j ,,,isy way to pul It, and has the virtue of covering
or not, there is undeulabl) a feeling that the par- „ multitude of sins, thai   aren't   always   the
iy ls coming back Blronger than ever when lt Is printer's either.
deeideil to issue the election call.   Locally there
is a decided Inclination io support to the limit
whoever is brought out, and tlie only desire in
regard to a candidate is thai he shall be the man, . .„-,.
who can best represent the district, and got tlie|!=5-^ =_-
widesi support from the electors.   Mr. Bowser's\jfT\fn   C^ITK FvpftnTlCfeOC
tactics in opposition have mellowed into a con-|* kKJIlL    VyU(    i^l\LIILillp\0
structive policy llial lias gained si tenet h tor him
y, ,     , ,        , :,   , ,    ,       NKIV KIIA—IKS, OF AIISDI
wherever he has appeared, and now thai he has        „„,,   ,       ,
"ill there be a new era established In. the iaiu.se ol
been cleared by the Galllher report irom any|true temperance by the introduction of the new Liquor
grafting connection with P.G.E. campaign funds, Act, as acclaimed on, Moderate platforms, in the prospect
people are regaining faith In him, though it is j which Is opened in lbe Act becoming law? That depends
altogether obvious thai a vasl number of the "" ""'Sl' who "".'norted tho Moderation measure, it was
,    ,      , ,,, ,       ....,.,.      , .argued againsl tlie Prohibition Act that il was dlillcult to
electorate never tid Dsc  ail l in  nm. in sin e of,,       ,.,      ,,.,., .,,      , .,        ,
1 bo enforced because tlie .sympathies of tlie majority were
lhe vituperation hurled at bis head from not al-| „ol behind lt.     Such a charge cannot be laid against the
together disinterested quarters. j new Acl should li fall.'   An argument ior government con-
s____=__=___=; troi was that thereby the law so enacted could be enforced
in a far easier measure tliat the Prohibition law. Therefore
it sian.ds to roiisnn Unit Ibero aiiould be u rigid observance
ei tlm new law,
0j. Liberty which, according lo thoso who were opposed
Canada Is non-agricultural.   This does nol mean1'" l'l'""l"i,l"i"' "'"» re«'"'"'"1 l" "" I""-"'"™' *»•> "hould
.__„..,       ,„       ,, ., ,    ,        .     I mil be Im* I to lieeiwe in wlllll lbe new Act provides. TIllB
run-prolltablo.   Hve thousand foresl industries |Bam0ral demand whlolvtlie new Aotlmpo.ei-Lethbrid»el
live In thai greal northern empire and probably jiierulil. '
Swiss (inlile*. ('lulling to Camilla.--
Kiliiioiilnii. - More than $2,00,000! Two Alpine guides from Swiizerlaml
woi-i b of raw in rs are received in Ed. are coming to Canada lo .Insper N'n-
inontou annually, anil a fur exchange liomil Park, according 'to arrange-
will be established here. II Is expoc- nients announced by Hie Canadian
led Unit tbis Institution will give a National Railways lasi week. The
useful impetus to this important Al- guides, Albert Strelch nml Hans Kob-
lierla industry. ier. both speak English fluently.
Our Shoe Sale is Still On
IUV SIIOKS WIIKN YOl' CAN HIV THKJI Hill LESS!
300 CHILDREN'S HATS ARE ON SAKE
See Our Assortment nf Hats llofnrc You Buy.
CROCKEKY SPECIAL
li White Cups aud Saucers    $1.00
Plates or Porridge Bowls    15ft each
B. WESTON'S STORE
Tlie More Tlml Sells lur Less BAKF.K ST11KKT
Now is the Time j
to have your =
Rugs and Carpets Cleaned   j
li will cosl yuu hardly any more to have us do them |
right, than lo pay a man to do them at home, and lake |
chances of your carpels being ruined liy rough beating.
I'llONi: WII.US. TIIK MASTER CLEANER AND DYER,
FOB I'KICES
Cranbrook Cleaners & Dyers
P. W. WILLIS - - - PHONE 157
| WH CAM, FOIt AMI DELIVER AI.l, GOODS — YOO AUK
SAVED AI.l, TUB MUSS
POPULATION AMI FORESTS
Eighty per cent, of the habilnhle
Theldettl Car fotPersoml Transportation
Why Take Your Life in Your Hands?
DRIVE A
McLaughlin-Buick
With Four-Wheel Brakes    --     And Huve No Regrets
LET US PROVE THIS TO YOUR SATISFACTION
Canada's Standard Car
HANSON GARAGE
^ Friday, May Snd, 1924
THE CRANBROOK  IIKRAM)
PAGE FIVE
THK FURTHER ADVENTURES OF A NASH CAR
WVAih KNOWN IN CITY
Bart Sung mul Jim Martin on their
way to Spokane lust week, ran foul of
tlie law of the land of tha brave and
the free when near Sand Point.
While endeavoring to annihilate
space at the rate of seventy-two miles
por hour they cuught the eye of a live
speed regulator, who overtook tho
Hying car assessed ths speedsters $10
and permitted them to proceed to
Spokane under slow orders. Doubt-
lesH llu- official thought he hml halted
n "Scotch schooner" Bailing to tho relief nf Spokane, and was illsuppninted
It; not finding any liquid ballast in
lho hunt 1 lui( was so Bliorii of llu trim-
mltigB 1 hni   it  resembled a warship
cleared for action. It was with a grain
of ftalt that he listened to the story
that the wreck of a Nash cur before
him belonged to W. P. Cameron, ex-
mayor of the city of Cninlirook. B.C.,
Canada, and that aboul a week before
it had been shooting the chute and
looping the loop ou one of the mountain sides of British Columbia, and
lhat they were taking it io Spokane to
be repaired. Now be is trying to fig-
life out if llioso men would dare lo go
that last fn a bad order car bow fast
will tliey go when, tliey gel it flxod?
I
Mrs. A. C. Kruger, of Spiikiinc, who
has been veiling at the oliuic of Mr.
and Mrs, Lester Clapp Cor n shorl
time, returned to her home by car nu
Monday last. Mr. Kl'tigor coming up
in return wllli Iier.
t++++++*+++++++*+++**++*+***++++*+*+++'>4*+++'!"I"J'I"i'***+
(Hit   QUALITY   MEATS   AT   ROCK   BOTTOM
PRICES ARE THE TALK OF THE TOWN
Specials for Saturday
Special lleef Roasts, per lb A2M
Special Beef Pot Roasts, per 111 12' -j
Special Choice Round Steak, per 11) .20
Prime Ribs of Beef, boned and rolled, per lb. .20
Special Veal Roasts, per lb 15
Special Stewing Veal, per lb 10
Spring Lamb
Try a nice Shoulder.   They are much cheaper than
Legs or Loins
Special Grain Fed Pork
Special Shoulder Roasts, any size cut, per lb*  ,16
P. Burns C& Co., Ltd.
— 1» H 0 Ji E     10 —
THE MIKADO
The Cranbrook Musical Society are
certainly endeavoring to pui this; over
lhe top. Tlie chorus, principals aud
orchestra are putting iu four and five
nights a week, rehearsing to get it
into shape, and if burd work counts
for anything the success of tbe production is assured, as fnr as tbe staging of it is concerned.
It is up to everybody in Cranbrook
to give them their support. The Society lias gone io a great deal of expense to give Mils to the people, huvlng spent about six bundled dollars.
The Individual members are also put
to some considerable expense, as ihey
are providing their own ODStumce. Il
is no small job to stage a play of this
kind, aud on your support depends, to
Home extent, the future activities ot
tills splendid organization.
Tito members are this week selling
tickets, and sincerely hope that they
will meet with success, If you are uo'i
approached to purchase tickets, kindly phone J, P. Lodge or a. C, Shankland. and tliey will see that you get
tickets. U't the people of Cranbrook
give tbe Society two good houses on
May Iti and 17 and show your appreciation.
They are putting on a matinee for
the children, Saturday afternoon.
May 17. at 2.30 p.m. Admission 26c.
Tlie kiddies will enjoy this as "The
Mikado" is full of humor.
The tickets Tor the evening performances are sellling at one dollar and
these ean be exchanged at the Beattle-
Noble Drug store, May Bth, and after.
for special reserved seats, on payment
of an. additional fifty cents. There are
only a few seats reserved at this price.
The rest of the seats are one dollar
and can he reserved ogi and after May
12th, at the same place.
Insure with Henle fc Elwe
THK WEATHER BITMjETIK
Official Thermometer Reading*
at (ranbrook
-17
April 17 	
April 18   52
April 19   BO
April 20   60
April 21   IH
April 22   BO
April 23   54
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\V. H. fihlra, of Carnal Flats an<
su left tlie hospital »n Thurs*
this week, nfter n Record stay
recently. He is feeling better
and will spend the summer as
al Canal Flats.
1 Wa-
<ay of
there
now.
usual
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Cranbrook Musical Society
PRESENTS
GILBERT & Sl'IXn AX'S COMIC OPERA
'THE MIKADO"
(By Contracl wltl Tt. D'Oyly Carte)
UNDER DIRECTION
Mr. Ileo. E. Boner    Musical I>lrector
Mr. A inn Graham   Stage Director
AUDITORIUM
Cranbrook B.C.
Friday & Saturday
May 16th & 17th
THTA1N AT 8.30
Seats $1.00 & $1.50
Reserved
SPECIAL RESERVATIONS at Beattle-Nnlile Brum Store (»1.B») May 5th
General   Reservations:    (#1.00) May 12th
MATINEE for Children
SATURDAY, MAY 17th «•«*•«
ADMISSION Children 25c Adults $1.00
W II Prowse of Penticton has recently accepted u position with the
inaiiueiiance-of-way department ut
the C i' it. at Cranbrook,
Mr and -Mrs. Lawrence Veeburg re-l
turned to th. city al the beginning ot |
tbe week from   a   shorl honeymoon
'ip.
Special Prices on New Batteries at
Servlco Qarage. Phone Bl m
Mrs ,i r. Bainfield of Natal, B.C.,
i*aa aide to leave the hospital on
Wednesday \*i ihis week, after u stay
»f some time there as a patfoul
Al the recent meeting of the li r.
Teachers' Federation at the Coaat, E.
B Martin, principal or the Ferndo
public schools was appointed preaftf-
■nt.
J. li. Haslam    of   Haelain's   Drug
Store returned to the city from Spokane, where he is now employed, on
Friday last. He left ngaii  .Monday's train, accompanied by Mrs. Mas-
lam.
John Armour lias returned to the city for a lime, and has been receiving the glad hand from his many
friends, lie has been spending most
of his time recently in California, having acquired oil interests there as
well us in the Alberta-Montana field.
See the ad. re performances of "The
Mikado" on another page of tills Issue,
Mr. C. 0. Staples left on Wednesday
on a business trip to Winnipeg.
Ratcliffe & Stewart will be pleased
to show yon tbo new 11*24 model Star
far. 5« tf
Mrs. .1 Norgrove wlio recently re
overed trom an indisposition which
kept her confined to the house for ab-
■ out three weeks ur su left til's week
| lur Medicine Hal wliere she will meet
a brother from the Old Country who is
going through to Kamloops.
u, T. Molr left on Wednesday of
this week for Cleveland. Detroit and
other points, expecting to be absent
for about three weeks or so. At
Cleveland he win attend the International convention ot the 0, it. T., being the local delegate from this dlv
A party of Fernieites returning
trom .Michel by cur on Sunday evening barely escaped serious injury,
when a large tree was blown down
by the high wind prevailing at die
lime. The tree crashed upon the
radiator and engine.—Fernie Free
Press.
The political pot is boiling all over
the province except In the Cranbrook
and Feniie districts and all parlies iu
ibis neck of the woods seem to be
asleep. Tom Uphill is always doing
a Utile quiet rustling for Tom. but
the others seem to be afraid to start
anything.—Fernie Free i'ress.
Lieut. Col, W, W, Foster. D.S.O.,
former Conservative member for the
Islands, ami who has been on the advisory committee of the Provincial
party, hus been elected president of
tho newly formed Sir John A. MacDonald Club, which bus been officially
tominended and recognized by the
Vancouver Conservative association.
We .-an y a full line ot Men's Women's and Misses' Shoes.
Our low prices win every time.
W. F. DORAN.
to grier on
shortly af-
started orf
Post Offlce,
I ding, down
government
top the ani-
sharply at
'line, lipping
s held how-
antmal  was
m
A one horse rig came
Baker Street nn Saturday
ter noon, when tho horse
of its own accord from the
where it had been left stai
Maker Street towards the
building.   An attempt to s
mal  caused  it   to  BWerv
the corner of Fenwlck Av
the rig over    The harm
ever,   and   the   runaway
brought to a standstill.
For expert workmanship in eharg
ing and overhauling batteries, Phone
Service Qarage, No. fit. We call for
and deliver batteries. ltf
A telegram was received ai Kaslo
last week from the head of the C.P.R.
tourist bureau asking if accommodation could be secured at Kaslo for the
summer for Mrs. Mary Huberts Itine-
hart. famous authoress, and a party
of eleven. The Kaslo board of trade
Immediately got busy, and have secured most desirable accommodation
for the distinguished visitors, and it
Ih quite probable that Mrs. Rinehart
and her party will be numbered
amongst the summer colony nt Kaslo
Ibis year.
Now lhat the sprint wealber seems
due to arrive almost any time, there
lu the usual activity shown iu cleaning up and renovating resiliences und
buildings throughout the clly. Painting and decorating inside and out, renewals to buildings, f 01 ami other
parts of premises, all lend to make
the city look brighter for Mils season.
A few of the morn hazardous ones are
even endeavoring to get a Utile gardening done, evidently believing that
there will be a little summer weather
sooner or later.
Try the Kootenay Garage for th
service that pleases. Agents and Deal
ers tn Superior Chevrolet cars and
trucks. i
It Ig announced from Winnipeg that
the Itinerary of the personally conducted "Seeing Canada" tour of the
Canadian teachers f deration, on the
way lo the annual convention at Victoria, B.C., from August 12 to iti, has
just heen given out. Al present it
Is expected that ahoul live hundred
teachers will take advantage of the
tour. A return trip has been provided for start Ing from Victoria and
proceeding eastward by the Okanagan
Lake and Kootenay Lako to l^ike
Windermere, then to Vermillion River camp, Banff, Kdmoutoii, Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Kenora, Fort William,
and bock to Toronto.
Wo carry a rull lino of Men's Women's and  Children's  Rubbers.
W. F DORAN.
Our low prices win every time.
Jas. Martin and Bert Sang made a
trip down to Spokane last Saturday
with W. F. Cameron's Nosh car which
is being tilled witli new top gear to
replace the damaged parts in suffer
oil recently. Tliey returned on Mon
day by train.
A big slage bus owned by the Par
r.ie Motors, Ltd., made its appearand
in the Olty last week-end, the inten
tion being lo pui ii on the Cran
brook-KImherley run. It is u Traffic truck filled up with a bus body lo
hold about twenty-two passengers. It
has also been making a run to Fort
Steele every day.
Hemstitching.-- Mrs. Surtees, (jar-
leu Avenue. 2tf
Questions in the house of commons
by Capt. George Black, M.P., relating
to the Vancouver Harbor Board, wero
answered, it was established that
chairman- Klrkpatrlck receives a salary of $6,000 and commissioners Beat-
He and Prenter $4,ooo each. Mr.
Beattle receives and extra $4,000 as
general superintendent of the port.
If you aro figuring on New Tires
or your car this spring it will pay
yuu to call on Wilson's Vulcanizing
Works and gel. prices. We sell gasoline, oil. accessories and Second Hand
Tires aud Tubes. ltf
The opontng of another new garage
ou Cranbrook Street is planned In the
viry near future, a building '.w by
feel soon to bt put under way nexl to
Jones & Doris, who have the contract
for the work. The proprietor will be
Morris Leltch, formerly (>f Jaffray and
Winnipeg, and a nephew of A. K
U'ilch or this city, Tbe site for the
new building is now being cleared.
School commenced again on Monday of this week, for the last lap to the
BUmmer vacation. The teachers who
spenl the Kaster holiday out of the
city returned on Saturday and Sunday, ami all the classes resumed on
Monday, with the exception or one at
tlie high school, where Mr. H. L. Por-
ler. the principal, was Indisposed over lbe week-end. Mrs. W. H. Bevan.
v.ho was a bride on Easter Saturday
lu thin city, returned from the Coast
tt, resume her work at the Central
School till the close of t!ie year.
Special! Spec ia 1! Tungsten Lamps
it bargain prices. 2*5, 40, aud 50 watt
for 35c.
Our low prices win every time.
W. F. DORAN.
Fire arising from an unknown cause
broke out on Tuesday morning In the
early hours at the icar of the Benedict boil Be, on Burwell Avenue. Tbo
place has been unoccupied for tbe
past month or so. since the removal
of Mr. and Mrs. I,. M. Slye from tlie
house. Tbe fire was noticed by T.
ll. Brown, city Bupeilntendent, lu the
addition to Hie house at lhe rear, and
ihe fire department when summoned
found a well established fire going
it wee promptly extinguished but the
damage to the house will run Into several hundred dollais. mostly in the
hack   kitchen.
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JOE I'YEMATril'. formerly proprietor ol the Century \\
Cafe, has taken over the management of the (.'AN AIM AN >
CAFE, on Van Horne Street, opposite the C. P. R. Depot f
Mr. Uyematsu lias spared no expense in thoroughly f,
renovating his new premises from iop to bottom, both In- J
side and out      Ihe place is spotlessly clean. <
The view from these rooms is beautiful 5
Joe's reputation as a restaurant man is well known to •/
the people of Cranbrook and vicinity.    You can depend on ?
him for a first class meal. f
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THB  CRANBROOK   IIERAMI
Friday, May 2nd, 11121
ffictlwdist ChMrcb™- "•,;- FBEEs
SUNDAY, .11A V 4
11 a.m. Hosea's Lesson from his Unfaithful Wife
"Experience YVorketh Hope" Junior Choir
12.15 Sunday School and Adult Bible Class.
Led by the Pastor.    Free Discussion Welcomed
7 p.m. "Keeping the Base" Senior Choir
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CAPITALISM
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PROFESSIONAli CARDS     .    Eimllsli I'aiillnl Imllc « Move li
•_~  (iimnln   Cnpltnl Inturests in Elnglantt,
.nil ns general clna-Bon, nre ills-
:i *^, inline Interest in the pros-
pi  i * oi Canada, according in Mr, and
Mrs, W. A* W  K. MacKenale, ot Rapid
Manitoba, who have jnsi retnrn--
.1 unci* n publicity lour ot tlit- Brill  Isles.    During tholr ii»ii i» the
Old Countrj Ihej hum* Ultistratad lec-
turea in nearly all Dl the large centers In England nml Scotland.
1> B. W. A . F i: H tl I I:
DEHTIST
I'aniplii'll-.ll.iiipn :   Blink
l'L-une li.     PI'llce lluiirm
t to IS, I lo li p.m.   Nats. » to 1.
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I   Drs. Green & MacKinnon  i
I Physicians and Sargeons
Ofllce   nt   rcBtilencc,   Armstrong    .
Avonne
OFFICE  HOURS j!
Afternoons   2.00 to 4.00
Evenings    7.110 to S.30   .'
Sundays   2.00 to 1.00   !
CRANBROOK, B.C.
DR. F. II. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE  HOURS
S to 13 a.m.      1 to 6 p.m.
Hanson Blk., CUANRROOK. B.C.
I.ODUKS AM) HOOIETIKS
WOMEN'S  INSTITUTE
Meet ft    In    til*
e. <n'  r.  Had
afternoon Ctt the
flret Tuwiday at
ii p.m.
All   Indira are
cordially invited
President!  Mrs.  ff.  ff.  ffolfor   ',
SwvTreaurer:   Mrs.   Plnlnyson   |
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KEY CUV LODGE, No. *2
Meeta erery
L Mommy night at
rflio Audf'.orltira
Sojourning Odd Fellows are cordially Invited.
N. O.      -      -    R. ff. Leonard
Rec. Bee.   tt. G. Dlngley, P.O.
baptist Cijurrb
PAsSTOK  W.  T.  TAPSCOTT
SUNDAY, MAY  I
11 a.m. "The True Ideal
ol the Christian Life"
12 noon. — Sunday School.
Bible Clnssos tor Mon & Women
7.30 [i.m. "The Qotlly and
Tlie Ungodly"
A Lesson of Contrasts
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Forestry along the Railway
In these days when (lie rods and
radicals ami maugy politicians are
engaged iu making war un every mtin
who has saved and accumulated a
competency, or enough to enable him
to engage in business (or himself, the
following definition of "Capitalism,"
us presented by the Houston** (Texas)
Post, is refreshing, as well ns Illuminating.
"li is more amusing than otherwise
the way certain schools of agitator
aud economists prate about "capita!
ism." as if ll were some terrible monster thut is destroying lhe substance
and liberties of lho people.
Capitalism is based on individual
thrift, Capital Is whal the Individual
ii accumulates above bis Immediate necessities to sat aside against the
[lay when through age and Infirmities
lie can no longer earn.
Me may invest ii in lift' insurance
lu corporate properties or deposit ii
in banks and trust companies in be
invested for bis benefit.
The capital thus individually accumulated ami judiciously concentrated
mabloB the great business leaders of
the country to construct great Industries, (ifeat transportation systems
and oilier agencies to promote the
progress of the nation, the convenience and comfort of the people, and
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aiiRimint  Iheir wealth,
But it is the savings of the thrifty
upon Wliich capitalism is based.
The $17,000,000,000 which thrifty'
toilers havo to their credit in savings banks, and upon which tliey draw
more than, $000,000,000 annually lu in-*
jlerest, is » considerable part of Am-
I erica's "capitalism."
I The hundreds of millions which
thrifty citizens pay in Itfe insurance'
i premiums  constitute  a  considerable
I part of America's "caolfalsm."
i    Any main women or child who saves
j is a cnitalisl.
Capitalism enables the thrifty one1
who saves to enjoy tlio fruit of his ln-1
dusiry.
ll   is  trtlfl  thai   thero are   phases of
of capitalism thai rot)uire correction,
nol for the purpose of destroying cu-
pltnllsm nnd its ureal Btruoturo of enterprise, Industry and finance. Imi lo
maintain Justice as between man ami1
Communism or common ownership
which would efface capitalism would
destroy thrift and industry, nnd in the
end would compel ilic prudent, Industrious toiler under a reign of tyrrany,!
to supporl n vast brood of huloloni ■
and worthless creatures who would
nol be productive under nny system. !
Top left, A ginimUiiiii siiow-fi'iiL'L', four yearn ulii. Kltllii, This two year old spruce \
\ irony I'lnc has been tdunttsi Uvtv lot (lie saiilv purpim*-. Ulmn, A|i|miudiliiu Si un
MfvCtlVQ li.uiiii.
,111 snotl rfi'Lui' llii' Hiinik-n fcuco.   Ilntliini Ifft,
nd I iills wlifir (Iiu young trt-utt ulninly form mt
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Our knowledge of the business
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*     WASA NOTES
A *
Mr. Joseph Powers left for Edition
ton on Saturday of hint week after
having spent tho winter season on
Wolf t'reek. Mr. Powers will proceed
from Edmonton to Edsoil, where lie
owns a ranch, hut expects to return to
B.C, In July.
Speaking about woods operations ay
compared with ranch activities, on the
prairie particularly, the woods for the
most part hold forth better Inducements for lbe forest worker than
those which are commonly given the
outsider who ventures to Dldsbu
and district in pursuit of harvesting
and threshing. So reports Mr, C.
Masse, an old timer from the prairie.
E. Howard, the Fort Steele hotel
and jitney niutK was a visitor lo Stewart's camp on Sunday of last week,
on business, aud reporls things fairly
good for Ibis season of the year. He
expects to increase his motor carrying capacity soon by adding larger
cars which he may utilize as a Btuge
lino through tho valley nnd thereby
cope with the increased trallic the
Ci mlng season.
Mr. Eddie Bickford wlio lefl the
confines of the Crow last season, is
said to be once more in our midst,
hale nud  hearty.
Bobbie McBean has returned afler
nevornI months absence spent near
Field, ou the main line as fireman on
tho C.P.R.. nnd Is now located nl Wasa
aud pleased to have the privilege of
again breathing the balmy air of the
| An Easter dance was held at the
("Wasn," on Saturday ovenlng of last
'week. A goodly number was in at-J
tendance nnd a good time was onjoy-
] ed by those participating,
Mr. Fred Jolinson who loaded truck
for Mr. Slew,hi on Wolf Creek, was
obliged to give up bis work and Beek
medical aid on Saturday of last week.!
Mr. W. Kay. tlio Kootenay rancher.
I has completed seeding down his little
farmstead on lhe Kootenay aud may
go to lhe consi for the summer.
! Mr. A. Gourley, stable-boss, nnd Mr.
II. .McDonald, carriage rider for the
Lovering Lumber Company, were visitors to th" upper Woll* Creek on
Sunday last, calling al Stewart's camp
en route.
Tlm ordinary common or garden fence is, at best, an
unsightly object. This is also true of the board
fences maintained by railways along the right of way
for the purpose of arresting drifting snow and sand,
Fences for this purpose, alas! are necessary, But the discovery has recently been made that they need not be unsightly if they are constructed, not of boards, but of
trees. Moreover, from the practical standpoint, such
fences, besides being merely beautiful, cost little to
establish and, after the first few yeara, little to maintain.
Borrowing the idea from the farmers of Quebec and
Ontario, who, for the last century, have made a practice
of planting trees to protect their houses and orchards
from winter snows and storms, tho Canadian Pacific
Railway some time ago began experimenting on tbe
feasibility of employing living trees as snow-breaks.
It was found thut if the trees were scientifically looked
after, they became effective fences about seven years
nfter planting.   Special attention has been given to the
bald Western prairie, where the winds have a clean
sweep across the track und where tree fences are especially
needed, for beautifying purposes almost as much as for
utilitarian reasons. Moisture conditions limit the choice
in this region to deciduous varieties - locust, enrragna,
willow und poplar, to which it is hoped eventually to
add spruce and cedar. In tbo East, conifers are best -
white or red spruce, red, Scotch and Jack pine and Norway spruce especially. Cedar and balsam are also useful.
The ground to bo planted with tree fences ir. prepared
in the spring or fall preceding the planting, A disc plough
is used. Precautions to prevent injury to the trees by
fire are necessary, nnd plantations require systematic
cultivation for several years. The most satisfactory
results are obtained by planting the trees when small,
in two or three rows a yard apart, some twenty-five
yards from tlie track and trimming them when they
rflnch a height of about ten feet.
This year some forty-seven miles of trees are to be
planted on Eastern lines of tho Canadian Pacific.
UV.1V. NOTJCXACTLV
WELCOMED IN THK
WESTERS GRADi FIELDS
.Wler    I'liiliire   In    Koott'iinys
Attention Now Being Paid
To Alberta
$811,000)00(1  te The  Objective—The
aim of lbe Canadian National Hallways for 1024, declared sir Henry
Thornton, chairman nnd president,
spending from radio station CHVC at
Montreal lasl week, is $30,000,000 not,
Manitoba Gold Ftetdi Dewlaplng—
Prospects of u second Klondyke rush
are rapidly looming up in the north-
lands of Manitoba, II M Paul, well-
known KukIIsIi mining engineer ami
prospector, veteran of many years of
experience in the mining fields of
Ontario, lefl last week for Herb Uke,
north of l.f Pas on the Hudson Boy
Rallwaj on business which he claimed was of tho "greatest importance."
Moro than 400 men are employed already iu that district in mining enterprises.
(From lhe Farm and Ranch Review I
It now looks as If the prairie section of Western Canada is to be Invu-
ded by the l.W.W. organization, and
I that our farmers will lie treated to a
repititlon of llio tactics adopted by
[these gentlemen In the wheal areas
Of (he Pnciilc Stales, where granaries
aud wheat fields were burned aud
other outrages committed in order to
enforce the peculiar views in regard
to hours of labor and wages entertained by the misguided adherents of
this communistic organization, During lasl harvest we had ample evl-
I me of the pernicious activities of
the l.W.W. in Alberta amongst our
harvest help. This yeur apparently
an organized attempt is going to be
made to terrorize our farmers, who.
hy reason of (heir isolated condition-,
cannot retaliate affectively, The fol-
lowln i i- clipped from the Calgary
morning paper:
"It Is now definitely certain that
the I.WW. have turned their attention to Calgary, for some purpose or
other,  and  every one of the leaders
Good Roads Delegates meet at St. Andrews-by-the-Sea
L.
When
to
OUR
D. Cafe
(Little Dttvenport}
you wish something good
fiat go to the "L.D."
PRICKS    ABE    BIGHT
Established 1898 Phone 114
Geo. F. Leask
PIONEBS BUILDBfi
AND   CONTRACTOB
Cabinet Work.   Picture Framing
Estimates  given  on
all claasw of work
Ofllre: Comer Norbury  Avenue
and  Edwards SIrrct
mimmSm^zi acajou '*
^ Sainsbury & kyan
lllllDIKS  AM)
COMIIAITOIIS
BltlmatM  Clven  »liil   W'irk
Guaranteed
Telephones '.':!:!  I '-'Oil
CBANBKOOK      -      ll.C.
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e?n
JJCI.KANING PRESSING
— IIBI'AIIIINO —
Vim Will Make No Mistake
in   Oi'iIit!iii>  Unit
SEW SPRING (SUIT
OU OVERCOAT
l
— Prom —
H. C. LONG, ;
The Tailor
Van Horne Sheet
Opposite C I'. II. Depot
I'liiini' 111!     ::     Plione 418 |
K' .3mJ-    -"*Wi
Pacific
Milk is
Grateful
who were hi the strike at Cranbrook
litis been in the city during the last
few days. They lefl lasi night for,
Cranbrook uml arranged a series of
meetings for tin next few Sundays
whhh are for the purpose of setting
out their Ideas of organization, and to
lift up their membership iu the city.
"More than 0.000 I.W.W. tire com-1
ing into the harvest fields of Alberta
this year to show lhe workers of Al-
bertn lhat tlie eight hour day can be
jpul Into effect in the agrarian indus-
ity. This waa u statement inadJ In
answer to a question from the audience, by J. A. MacDonald, one of tne
officials of the I.W.W,, who outlined!
I the ideals and methods of that organ-;
izatloh   hist   uitriii   in   the   Bmufoss
I
Theatre.   Not one scat in the building
wns vacant when the meeting started.]
and ail the available standing room:
was taken up soon afterwards."
A mayor with backbone ran this unsavory organization out of Statute I
durlnc the war nt the point of fire-;
anus, and with the co-operation of
loyal citizens. It became an unhealthy place for l.W.W.'*, But In Canada
we apparently penult them to carry
o:i (heir propaganda work in broad
daylight. The Pacific coasl is too
hot for them now. and tho obvious
tiling is for them to turn their attention to Western Canada, where (hey
seem lo be able to flourish like the
proverbial green bay tree, Their
threat is not an idle one. Make no
mistake ubout that. And the Individ-
mil farmer la absolutely helpless in
coping with an organization composed
largely of jailbirds and desperate
[characters of all nationalities. My
I advice to Western farmers Is to oil
up their shotguns, lay in a plentiful
supply of ammunition and effeci the
jbesl organization ihey can.
Vancouver. ._ \ recent announcement indicates that the Vancouver
Harbor Board contemplates the erection of ii cold storage plant. This
will prove a,boon to tlte shipping interests, and render valuable iissis-
tnnce to the movement of fresh fruits.
Vegetables and fish through Vancouver, and also be the means of producing ice. which will be sold to fish-
boats ami the general public.
Cranbrook Cottage Hospital
(Llcented ij Pro.. Ooti ,
Maternity and General Nunlni
Terms Moderate
JUS. 1. ('KAIVFtHD,   M.Iron.
Ufcrden Avenue      .  Phone 2159
Lee Ging
Tailoring,   Dry   Cleaning.
Pressing, Repairing   .
Wo also clean W'liite Furs uml
Dlovos ot ull kinds.  HIrIi Class
Work at lowest priees.
II Armstrong Ave. ('run-
brook.    I'. O. llox .">»*
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j Winnipeg.—Oul of a total production of 10.780,150 pounds of creamery
butter In 1023, Manitoba exported
8,863,264 pounds in ISO carloads, valued at $1,513,169. Shipments were
j made to the t'nited Klngdo n, New
[York, Chicago and Montreal.
1 Prince Kuperl.—Twenty-nine million
pounds of halibut were lauded ut this
port during 1928, with the figures for
; the mouth of December Incomplete,
Tbis total is considerably fn excess of
[ llii' previous yenr.    Several large ship-'
nr. tits were made lo Chicago und other
[middle western states points.
WHY OPERATE ?
for .U-TKXlliriTIS, fi.U.I,
STONES, stomach and liver
troubles, wlien IIM'.tTOI.A
duos tlie work without pain
nml no risk ot your llfe, nor
loss  of  time.    CONTAINS
NO POISON
Not Sold  Uy  DruRglstH
MRS. GEO. S. ALMAS
Nolo Manufacturer
S.'lll Fniirlli Ave. 8.,   I'linne tS.V.
SASKATOON
Price HUM .I'nrccl |innt
S5 rents extra
T«n. I.ii. A„ „,,hllerlural fMlure ot 8t, Andr-M,, l.y iho k.. Right, n<- * Icul Mo... i,*
l-.,*l..„. Th, m* .,. in,, ll.<i. land aneltiiT hi, ..I vil. hevaetr,
■/■*« «53tJ
SHOE REPAIRING    J
SEE
MIKE KCZMI'.MiO
CRANBROOK STREET        1
.\cxt In Mntfall's
I
Montana Restaurant
Weal* tt All Hours
Clgari, Clgarettea  and  ('nndlnn
Craibrtnk Ml Vkoae (01
Opp. Rink nf Oontmern*
A letter comes from Mrs. A.
ll Harper, whose home te in
Vancouver, In which she Bays
she has used Pacific Milk for 10
years. That there was anything
unusual about using one article
of rood for bo long a stretch
inver occurred to her until a
friend recently expressed surprise over it. Tlio friend siiR-
gested that she write to tho company and Ihis accounts for tlie
appreciated letter Just received.   Thank you.
Pacific Milk Co., Ltd.
Head onire Vancouver, R.C.
 .....' Factories nt Abbottforl aid l.i
All mailers pertaining lo (he betterment of rondwayfl
throughout the Dominion will be discussed at the
eleventh annual convention of the Canadian Good Hoadfl
Associotion, wliich, according lo an official announcement wilt be held at Ht. Andrewe-hy-the-Soa, ,\ u„ June
2-1, 1!5, 2(i and :'" next. The Algonquin Motel, one of
tiie finest sumnioi hotels on the cOBfit, will be specially opened for the convention ahead i f tlie usual (hue,
the Canadian Pacific Railway Company placing the
entire hotel at the disposal of the delegates and their
wives and friends who will attend the convention from
every part of the Dominion,
The executive committee of the association, of which
S. L. Squire, Deputy .Minister of Highways for Ontario,
is chairman, arc already at work on the programme,
which will be based largely on the practical work done
by the members of the in(cr-prcvincial conference of
highway officials held nt Winnipeg recently.
The six business sessions of the convention Will he
allocated to separulc branches of the highway problem,
and nothing but that section will he discussed at that
session.
One will be devoted to financial mailers, the delegates discussing the best means of Financing toad ion-
struetlon work, the raising or revenue ior maintenance,
the Apportioning of grants and the big question of who
should pay for tbe roads. Another will he set aside
for admin ist rat Ion qucKtions, Ibe operations of departments, the preparation of ipeclfkatiutu, of comparative <
cost systems, and Iho adoption of a uniform cflsl datn
formula. Construction mnltora will bo (ailed of at a
third session, lucluiling dlseussb n on tin different
types of asphalt, ceinont, tar and other bituminous
materials mid their relative utility for specific trafl e
luad.s. A fourth session Will thai with in liiitcuuiu a
problems, the mo-' effective and economic methed of
repair of ;.'' kinds of road surfaces, the value of patrol
systems and the maintenance of culverts md btldgoi.
Traffic and its relation to mad construction, the taking
of traffic census on n systematlxed plan so as to aid in
iho selection of lhe hest material to meet requirements
of the users, the effect of autobus and mt tor truck
traffic, the elimination of grades and curves, uniformity of lights and . I'luals, ;u.d tbe enforcemc.it of speed
and all highway (ravel regulations, also will be taken
up.
Most cf these subjects were discussed by the officials
of the provincial governments at ihe Winnipeg conference and resolutions drafted on them which will form
tho basis Tor discussion by the delegates, \Voll qualified people will (pen the debutes and glVO the lead lor
the talks that follow.
The good roads enthusiasts of New Qrunswlck are
already making plans for tlie fitting entertainment of
ihe dologntos, and T. p. Regan, n member of tho'execu-
tive of the association, Is co-operating with t! i lo
cm;ure that the visit lo St. Aniliews-by-the*Sen shall hu
not only profitable and pructkal, but so plciuaal iu to
moke it memorable.
HAIL CONTRACT
BHAMSD  TKNDUR8.' nddressod  to
J the Postmaster (Iciieral, will he received at Ottawa, until noon, on Friday, Ihe ROtli of May. INM. for the
conveyance of Mis Majesty's Mails, on
a proposed Contract tor four years,
six times per week each way. between
Port Steele and Hnllway Station (al
Crnnbrook) from the 1st July next,
I Printed notices containing furthei
information as to conditions of proposed Contract may he soon nn I hlanl'
I forms of Tender may bo obtained nf
the Post Ofllcoa ot Cranbrook am!
Fori Sleete. H.C.. nnd nl tho Ofllce of
i Service, Vancouver, B.C,
J, F. MURRAY,
District guperlntoudont
I the District Superintendent of Postal
District Superintendent's Odlco
17th April. 1024
Vancouver, II. C. 8-11
JOHN flARD
PAINTRR&
PAPERHAN0BR
Full   I,Inn of  Hull   Pu|.ni
In Slock.
Stnri'. IhitiHim Avenue
Plinne 40« at all lionr,
t'lltMIIIIMIK      .     .     .     B.C.
CANADIAN
RAQIFIC
lll.t.MIIIOIIK THAIS TIMKS
Ml. 117 IIAII.V   To Noi«on, Viiiiii.iini*.
Ulioknno olo.   Arrlvo 1^.111 p.m. leuvo
18.20 p.m.
Ml. lis IIAII.V To Fornlo, Lollilirlilso,
Moillolno lint, Cnlgnry, otc. Arrive
I.in pm. Laivo 4.20 p.m.
t'riinliriiiik, IVji'lli'ir. liliiilnrlrj  Srr-
vlrr:
\'ii. SM- |,oavo 7.nr, n.m. >n. Sit- Arrlvo 2.10 p.m.
t'riilllironk. I.nkr WlinH'riniTi' mill
linliloii Senior
Monday nml Tlnirsdny, rneli  \vn.'k
• So. S2I, leavo fl ii m.     WoilnoBiloy
nnil antnrilny—Xo. Sfii arrive S.:t0 p.m.
Knr further pnrliculurs npply to miy
ticket agent.
J. G. PROCTOR,
Dtodct ruMOitr Amu, Qslwaif
I Friday, May 2nd, 192*1
THK  CRANBROOK   HERALD
PAGE SEVEN
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appetite and
aids digestion.
II makes your
food do you more
good. Note bow
It relieves that slully feeling
aller hearty eating.
Vklleas teeth,
, *Wtlt(B,
breath and
i It's lbe goudy
llhat
Les'frs.
'in its
Purity
Packaoe
n n
Mrt. I'rcd JiJimion. Box MS, Thonld, Ont.—
"I niffet.il -.cry much Miihm-uul.-i.i inmj 'faeUlt
winir*, uMiidviMd to Iry Min-Wi)'**. l.iniriuni ,n.l
*.<.* relit-ltd immnJi-JWty alter 6m iijtj.lj^jtjcrt.
I pewvrcd in mint ii *ai»l it hu rntirdy gmt*.
'n.ii *'jir.*r I un to out without tvfoi up my face
ar.Jtnv:hrri".ltt n> Minjnl's Liliimrnt.    H-Jve
li i I >*} ■;;-' j-wopli; abvut Minjfd'i, tmi othtri its
MINARD'S
King of Pain
LINIMENT
I
Bnptlxt Church
Great interest characterized all the
services at the Baptist church last
Sunday. Ini the morning the pastor
addressed the Boy Scouts, taking as
his text the law of the Scout movement.
The Sunday school received some
now additions and the offerings averaged more tlton 15e per member.
At tho evening service six more
converts were added to the church by
baptism.
The paslor delivered his second dis-
COUVSO 011 "The blessed! ess    of    the
Godly Lite," comparing ll to the palm
free, well rooted, well nourished, vin-
ornus, fruitful and prosperous, ile
speaks next Sunday morning on
"Ideals," and iu the evening on "The
Driven Clean," or "The condition and
doom of tho ungodly,"
Candidates are
Being Lined Up
Maiir Nomination* Have Now
Been Made Different Parts
of the Province
hn»\ Church
The morning service on Sunduy last
wart something of a revelation to all
who were present. In front of the
pulpit were tbe Union Jack and the
Scout Flag of Troon No. 1. Under the
leadership of Scoutmaster Clark and
his enthusiastic assistant, James Emslie, the Scouts entered tbe church and
took their places, flanked by the patrol flags. The service of praise led
by the Junior choir, the nrgen> and a
string orchestra ot ten young violinists, was notably good. Distinctly,
and to the edification- of all was the
responsive reading of Psalms 19 and
24, by the Chaplain and tbo Scouts.
Very impressive was the repeating of
the Scout Promise, lender and scouts
standing at the salute; after which,
Scouts and congregation standing, all
repeated the Lord's prayer.
The Chaplain explained lhe Scoutllug
program tu the congregation, und io
the scouts, emphasized the ten points
of (he Scout Law iu connection with
"Tell the young men to be masters of
themselves at ull points.'* (Moffat's
translation* of Titus 2:6).
During the offertory the augmented
orchestra, led by .Mr. Bower, with Mrs.
Grady at the organ, played an appro-
Provincial politics continue to claim
an Increasing amount oF attention.
especially at the coast This week,
with the Conservative nomination held In the Cranbrook riding, and
ministers of the provincial governmenl appearing In Cranbrooit and
Fernie, the Bast Kooteneye gel tbelr
firs! real taste of the current political issues in the provincial arena that
will arise during the coming campaign
whenever that materializes,
Premier Oliver is
bark  from  Ottawa, i
priate   selection   in   a   most   efficient > nient  us to an election
way. The solo by Miss Paul and tlie
selection by the Junior choir were ex-
coedingly well rendered,
As the union prayer meeting wes In
(he Presbyterian schoolroom (Ids
Wednesday, the G.G.I.T, met on Tuesday evening for their First-Aid work
and regular program. Junior choir
practice was held on Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock.
The meeting of tlie Mission Hand,
postponed from Easter Monday was
held last Monday. In order to hold
the Presbyterlal and Synodical banners which are now In the possession
of tiie Marlon: Oliver Band, dose attention to work from week to week
will have to be given. The majority
of the members of the Baud think they
can hold the banners for another year.
Mi!lii:i'ii;:;i!",,!.,ii,|r;:.':,.!■::■;,.
CLUB CAFE
Under
NEW MANAGEMENT
Place has been thoroughly
overhauled and cleaned
FIRST CLASS MEAIS
Special:
CHOP SUEY and NOODLES
DAY k NIGHT SERVICE
ALFRED SETO, Prop.
Phone 165
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\    FORT STEELE    I
\ NOTES
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;    Is What The; All Say About
FRAME'S
BREAD — PIES — CAKE
ond PASTRY
phone 87
AND WE  WIU.  CALL,
:: The Home Bakery
xmiuin aye
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. HURRY'S WHITE LUNCH |
IS THE PLACE TO EAT. J
White Help Onl) Ia Employed. +
Ton will (Ind this Cale a Homey %
Place to Enjoy Tonr Meats     J
ALEX. HURRY  -   Prop. I
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C, JOE BROS* f
LADIES' nnd (JKMV     I
TAILORS |
SUITS MAIIK TO 0EDE11 — |
CLEANING & PRESSING
rmnhrtink St* "IM1- Hk« ef Com,
WWfa
Emit Banks and Charles Smith came
down from Wild Horne on Tuesday.
Mr. T. C. Armstrong is spending a
few days in town on business.
Mr. Stewart, organizer for the Klk
lodge, paid a visit to Steele last week.
Mr. W. Shlra returned to Wasa via
Kootenay Central last week.
Mr. K. E. Beattle E. H. Small and
F. Small were visiting Steele on Tuesday
Among those arriving in Steele this
week were Mr. Wilson. Mr. Webster
and Mr. Corrie.
Mrs. and Miss Cummings returned
home on Saturday after spcndinn a
very pleasant holiday in Cranbrook.
v iiii his way
ii pronounce-
may Boon be
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WINDERMERE    i;
I   DISTRICT NOTES ';'■
l"H"I"H 1 11 Till 1-1 "I-I IMI'I Ml'
-4 ,,+ ■ »,   »-♦ -* ■■»-»-«-
Dr.   Uglow
Wednesday.
lefi for Vancouver on
W. E. Attree WflB
if or on Wednesday.
Kimberley vis-
Charlle Bucktose is off the job hav-
I ing a few repairs done to bis truck.
School commenced nn Monday with
record attendance.
DIKE urril US AT THK ]
Victoria |
Cafe   J
PLEASANT SI HHOI'MMWH
si:uviri: imh'Kimnskd
HONK  COOKED FOOD
AFTER THEATRE OR  DANCE
PARTIES  CATERED TO
Phone 77
It is the  purest, safest and
most wonderful slriu remedy tbe
,1 hot evei known.   Wheihei
it be a tot, hum oi SCald, a les-
tered,    inflamed   oi    poisoned
wound,   Ci/fin;!,   pinii'lf.   lash,
ringworm, boils, ulcers, abscess-
ei, sprains oi swellings Zam Buk
should   be   applied   with   the
Irast   possible  ilrl.iv.
Always Soothing k Reliable.
The skm readily absorbs tins
herbal Zam-Buk,   It is a tare
balm that gets right down into
the innermost tit sues, soothing,
healing and   purifving tbe skin
in a way Impossible  tu fatty
salves and ointments.
*v box, J/»*> •' tt.nffaaUrtamltiruttlirS
tviiyuhtie. vt Ztim-ktuk Qo , Intonta.
Splendid For *
Skin troubles
Mrs, W. It. Fulton wus called east
on Tuesday by the serious Illness of
ber married daughter,
A few more much needed lepairs are
being done around Port Steele, on tlie
; roads, under Hie direction of Mr. W.
Crooks,
Mrs Qalbralth and Mrs. W. B
ton were Crnnbrook visitors on Tuesday,
Mr Sowerby of Wasa. was h Steele
visitor over tbe week-end.
(i. Warden says there's not much
left today but there will be another
freeser over from Crnnbrook tomorrow
Among tlio«o from here to visit
Cranbrook t<> see "The Sternal struggle'* were Miss Dawson. Mr. Jim Ful-
lon. Charlie Smith, H, Chnmlngs and
v Kershaw, ,
Water Notice
DIVERSION AM) INK
TAK*: NOTICE that tht Fort Steele
Development Syndicate, Ltd., whote
iidilrenH ia Hanson Blink, Cranbrook,
looked for
Nominating conventions have been
hold in various porta of the province,
and thirty or so candidates have already heon nominated in w number of
ridings.
n New Westminster tbe Conservative nomination ban been given to Dr.
A. M. Sauford, principal of Columbian
College. David Whiteside having definitely refused to consider re-nomination.
In tbe South OkatuiKiin Aid. C. B.
Latta, of Kelowna. has been itoniiua-
■by the Liberate. He is a brother
of Hon. Sam Latta, of Saskatchewan,
and will most likely be opposed by J.
W. Jones, the Conservative sitting
member.
In tbo North Okamtgiiu. Dr. K. C,
McDonald, the Liberal member, has
beon renominated, and is being opposed by S. L. Howe of Vernon, Conservative. Price Ellison of Vernon, may
also decide to run as an independent
In that riding. In tbe Simllkameem
Mrs. Dr. MacGregor of Penticton, is
the Liberal standard bearer, and will
most likely nut against the sitting
member, W. A. MacKenzie, Conservative.
Iu Kamloops, Aid. A. Meighen is the
Conservative candidate, and tlie IJbe-
ral In thu running i.; Mayor Colley.
Alderman Meighen is a cousin of Hon.
Arthur Meighen, former Dominion premier.
The new Grand Forks-Greenwood
riding has three candidates in the running, Conservative, Liberal and Provincial party. E. C. Heiiniger, formerly the Liberal member for Grand
Forks, was renominated for the new
riding, Hon. Dr. McLean of Greenwood
going to the Yale riding. John McKle
ot Grand Forks, ls tbe Conservative
candidate, and C, A. s. Atwood, head
of ibe Riverside Nurseries, will represent ibe Provlnoial party interests.
In the Omineca riding, S. Cocker, a
farmer, of Vanderhoof, has been nominated by the Conservative convention
h Id at Burns Lake, to carry the Tory
banner in the coming general election.
Mr. Cocker will oppose Attorney Gen.
A. M. Manson in a fight which is ex-
I pected by political leaders to be the
hottest of tbe campaign. No secret
is made of the fact that the ConBerva- \
lives are planning to concentrate alii
their forces and energies in an attempt J
Tbo ladles of the Guild of St. David,
Wilmer held a most successful conn
whist drive and dance iu the Hall,
Wilmer on Baster Monday evening,
tbo proceeds of which will enable them
in make most necessary repairs to lbe
church building there,
Many enquiries irom outside points
are coining in about tbe new golf
course here, nnd a busy season Is looked for. The new course Is taking
on fine shape, the ground baring been
cleared of debris and Fallen timber,
bm hns lefl good hazards.
COLUMBIA CONSERVATIVES TO NOMINATE
ON MONDAY  NEXT
Nnines oi' A. .11. Chlsholm ami
II. (i, Piirsnns Are Most
IJki-lr Be Advunced
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vor ivin, find-
The Fuji Tea Rooms
on VAX nu
LUNCHI
ICE CREAM
SOFT DRINKS
.MILK & CRI
BUTTER MILK
(liy (Muss or Qui
Wo have some FANCY
s'lC STREET serve excellent LIGHT
and MEALS.   Give them a trial.
APPLES
BANANAS
A.M STRAWERRIES
ORANGES
ii'ii
DELICIOUS
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TEACHEKS TOURING
CANADA  IX  Al'GrST TO
SKI-  WINDERMERE
Oka
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(Special to the Herald)
Lake Windermero, B.C., April 30,
The Conservatives of the Columbia
riding are organizing In strength for
the district convontloni which is scheduled to lake place in Golden on
Monday, May 5th, Organization meetings havo recently beeoil held In tbe
smaller centers north of here and tho
necessary machinery put into motion.
At the organization meeting held atj
QUena on Saturday last, Mr. X^il McRae of that part who bad shown bis
enthusiasm in the cause by walking
several miles to attend the meeting.
was made an honorary president. Mr.
McRae lias just passed Into bis eighty-
first year and is looked upon ae a lifelong supporter of tlie Conservative
cause. At his age be probably holds
the age record for tbe district of Kootenay East and stands up fairly well
I lu provincial records.
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Wlndermere eta-
Valley, then by
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Saskatoon. Wln-
Willlani and by
through the Soo
McXteholl and Toronto.
sur*.' t.» stimulate the
e geography <>f Canada
schools east of Winni-
arsonal flavor and will
ren .i greater desire to
«ouittry firei and know
Opening of Navigation — Arrangements were being made last week at
Fort William, for the opening of navigation, which was expected to take
place about April 15. .
Lethbrldge*—The first lot of immi-!
grants under tbe new Irrigation'Coun-J
oil immigration plan arrived here recently. They will be placed on S0-
acre farms, equipped with stock, machinery and buildings.
Winnipeg. — Manitoba begins tlie
to defeat the attorney-general, around I task of replenishing Its game resour-
whose personality is centered the con- cea next month, when a covey of Huu-
tentious liquor control IcRislation,       j garian partridges,  now  en route to
That following the reorganization of i Winnipeg from Czecho-Slovakla will
the cabinet which will be neceeeary | be released in a quiet district In the
on the retirement of Hon. John Hart province. Local sportsmen are spon-
nfter the elections, it Is the intention | soring this move and bear tbe entire
to make an increase of one in thejoxpense of bringing these birds from
, "| ranks of the cabinet ministers, is thej Europe,
latest gossip in political circles.
The increase will be taken care of
by Hon. llr, J. I). McLean relinquishing the posts of provincial secretary
and minister of education, and taking
i-a lien tho vacant portfolio of finance
minister.
Captain Ian MacKenzie is the probable choice to take the provincial
secretaryship, while Dr. K. C, McDonald, sitting member for North Oknnn-
gan, is looked upon as tbe logical
choice for the post of minister of
education.
This rearrangement, ll is pointed
out. would give every section of the
province representation on the cabinet council ond would greatly strengthen tbe government.
Rumors that Dr. McDonftld Is to he
takrn In the cabinet arc circulating iu
well Informed olrclw, while it is
known to be the Intention of the Pre.
i infer tn use the roHremenl of Ron.
ll.C, wil  apply for a   Iceuse to lake1    ,    „ .    »..,.„ ,„,,,.,. ,i,n ,..,,,<
i lohti Hurl lo elve \a <oi vrr tne c n>.-
and use 200,000 gallons per day of JO,ni '"       M
water out  of Sullivan Creek, which
flows southerly and drains Into Mark
Iteglnn." More than a quarter of a
million pounds increase in the quantity of creamery butter manufactured
in Saskatchewan during the first twoj
mouths of UC4, as compared with the \
preceding  years,  is  reported  by  the
I Provincial  Dairy Commissioner,  the
total for February being 551,514 lbs..;
j au  Increase of  160,203 iver tbo previous  February.
An Added Value to any Car
The majority oi Canadian-built cars
carry Prest-O-Lito as original equipment but Prcii-O-Litc is equally
powerful and efficient on any make
of car. Back of the car equipped
with a Prest-O-Lite is the wide
spread system of more than 1,000
service stations. No matter where
you go there is a Prest-O-Lite service station to give you the kind of
service you need. Install a Prest-
O-Lite Storage Battery in your car
and enjoy freedom from battery
bother.
Storage
Battery
tight tor *y*my car
East Kootenay Battery Service
X'EI) COOPJ3K
STANDARD ELECTRIC SHOP
CRANBROOK CARTAGE & TRANSFER CO.
TowrlM k Adams
Agents for Hard and Soft Coal.    Distribution Cars a
Specialty.   Excellent Warehousing.
SAND and GRAVEL
OPPOSITE O.P.R. DEPOT
TelepkoM U
CRANBROOK, 1.6.
r.O. Bm IM
■aMMMMBMI
n«t repr-mentotlnn whlrli the l.llicralH
of Vancouvor have bwn prwattig io*
, since the reslltnatlnn or J.  W. dell. I
l» diverted Iron, the ptruni a, • point! "Wrto. K.C. altorney-aeneral. |
about 1600 f..t North and 800 teet     At a nominating convention of Nol-
W«t from South But turner of Lot «"• Ulwrali on Monday eve., nn. Ken-
.1068 and on Lot 30«8 and will be u««l "e"' Campbell, slltlne .m ...Lev
for waterworks purpoia upon the land
descrlbod aa part of lot 1368 Group
One, Kootenay District.   This notice
was posted on the (round on the 39th
day nf March, 1924.   A copy o* thla
notice and an  application  pursuant
.herein and to the "Water Act 1914"
will be filed In Iht oKIci ot the Water
Recorder at Cranbrook.   Objection* to
he application may ba filed with the
laid Water Recorder or with tht
Comptiollcr of Water Rlghti, Parlla*
ment llnlldlnia. Victoria, B.C., wlthla
hirly daya after tha appearance of
this notice In a loaal newspaper. The
date of tha flrat publication of this
notice ia April Uth. 1D24.
THR FORT STBELK DRVRLOPMBNT
8YNDICAT*,
Ml Vrn U.
again placed In nomination, and It is
expected he will be opposed by a Con-;
servntlve. and most llkoly n I^bor!
candidate or a provincial party man.
Since Ihe nnove wus written, it la
learned that the meeting to be addressed by tho cabinet mlnlstore on
Saturday evonlng baa heen cancelled,
owing to their having to return to Victoria for a Bpeclal cabinet session.
But why?
hb's 6or A
VERY Pooa.
VOICE/
llawson, V.T. —II Is reported that
more than 60 claims have been, recorded following the rocent strike ot
high-grade ure in Beaver dlstrlcl, 60
n.lliw north of Keno. Many outfits
are leaving for the now camp, and
considerable development Is looked for
to tht mi futon*.
insks
COUNTING THS
out,'':  tail PAGE    etcuit
THE  CRANBROOK   HERAI*
Friday, May 2nd, 1021
v   ii i. a i,  s i' i: ci Ai  in
Cups & Saucers
60C and $1.00
st: i:    ui ii    >v in no w
"THE GIFT SHOP"
tJL EARLE LEIGH
WATCJlM.VKKlt .V: JEVTE1 UK     u Star Theatre Norburj Ave.
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*   UtAMOUt'Htt"    One    show
ll S.30
ill*
'TO SMOKE OR NOT TO SI
THAT is the question  ivh -V  ,  .,„■..„ Mllfft.
been causing deep ll l;'       ":i   WDettrod  beforo.  Mllgl
raising piles of repori to   Leash   un  Thursday   charged
aponiii'iict' among  i :■,       on a C.LMl. ongtne,   They
officials who li...    ' , 1|m,     m. .,,„, nned iiooaiwl
operation   ol   ob   i ■*
Trans-Continental tn
last few mouths.   Al
previous to  the  war,
these cars was po
only fur cigar i and i
then again even foi ■'■■.■
Itself.   During the  ■
a  luxury  which   ■•      t  l
to forego, and th
wore free from '
the war the dei I
to smoke in tin -   '
increased to a nol
requests c i g nol i    ,
bi
Ir
habit has undoubted!*
the fair sex.    rhe ni
public opinion bcenn
tbat  it wns  deckled
once more and to b I i
this part of the  train, al    ■
was admitted thai lhe tr*
ing such cars had nls i    ■
each with its smoking co
Public opinion, however,
thing, i'.ntl the demand
to   exclude   the   human
from these ears,   Some o
originally urged the grai *
permission are  now   ri |U
withdrawal, evidently    i   I
tli*: practise is not quiti
ful as the theory of per     '
In its desire to  give  I ie
satisfaction to as mans n   i
tbe Canadian Pacific ha«  th i
decided to conclude   the exper
for the time being and, coi
April loth, io request the t m
to enjoy tbe society i.f Lady
tine in  the smoking  compart
And Bmoking cars expressly pn
for the purpose.
isi .    Their credit   being  low, t
;ii.. elty i'or a wook.
Tho  local  enthusiasts  of  the  roil
ml  reel  were up bright  and early
,1 :   !. und before old sol was on the
, i, tin :■   were wending their way le
l uke in search of salmon.
ft, -i to return was Hurley Willis
. [iiirty with three nice Dues woig
i'nj   in all about  thirty  pounds, In
; .a k iii tho city tor breakfast Hi
,    rti 'l thai VY. D. Hill was landtag
i,t . beauties when lie loft ami Hill
Wilting was also having some good
Monday   evening   nl   the   O.W.V.A
.! n mi Dtlng will bo hold to orga.
i    ,.   i  iiistrlci  football  loaguo.  Dele-
,.', . in., i Kimberley, Wycliffe, Tbe
i  mi   ntrator, and Fori Steele aro
'i il in be present.    Ii was expoc-
1ml   tho  Cranbrook   boys   would
vi   to i leet  :i combined tonm from
,.  concentrator and  KImherley on
ilia  34th,   bul   ii   now   appears   that
' io " two places will havo teams of
their own In competition  ror tho G.
W7V.A. prizes.   The arrangement will
probably be that Kimberley and Concentrator will  fight  It out  first and
the winner will play hero on lbe eve-
n ng of iho 23rd.
LOCAL    I
JfAPPEMIVGtf
Mrs. P. A. i.'oatcs ot Kitchener returned home on Saturday last from the
hospital
Support community endeavor by
your presence at the C.M.S. show on
May 16 and 17. 10
Mrs. Frank Mam.ell. or Wasa, is au
out-of-town patient at the hospital at
the present time.
BORN. - On Wednesday. April 30th,
ai tho St. Eugene Hospital, to Mr. and
Mrs.  William  Smith, of this  city,    a
j! A LIFE TIME PURCHASE '
The engagoment ring should
be good enough to afford a
lifetime of pleasure and satisfaction iu wearing It. It
should reflect all the sentiment and sincerity of love
and devotion.
DIAMOND   fcflOAUEWENT
RINGS
By purchasing this Important ring at WILSON'S you
will pet Quality, plus Beauty,
Value and uound advice in
its Boloetlon.
Our Engagement Hinge are
famous for their high quality
■jf"'   "V "   At"    V» -    V'"    If"    Ttf""   'TfMi n^fti nftyVn ut\]bn  ii^flji* uflfljrfj
Comfortable cottage on Lumsden
Avenue for sale. Cheap at $1.21)0 on
lerms. Apply to Heale & Elwoll.
Phono '30. 0-7
BORN. On Saturday, April 2Uth,
at lbe St. Kugene Hospital, to Mr. and
Mrs. Hoy c. Proctor, of ihis city, n
son.
Tliiy a home Irom Beale ft Elwell on
easy terms. C-7
Mr. Harry Rahlehaud of this city la
a pa tii edit tbis week at tho hospital,
and at the time of going to press is
reported considerably Improved.
ls your car insured against fire and
collision? If not, get rates anil particulars from Beale & Elwell. C-7
Get that car of yours Insured now
With Heale & Elwell. C-7
Mrs. W. J. Barber and Mrs. Ironsides left ou Thursday for a short
visit to Spokane.
.."TRIUMPH* at Star Mny IK; 10;17.
Tha Veterans have organized a ball
'am and    are   d I ready getting into
f;ood shape.
Seo tbe new Slar cars at Ratcliffe
50tf.
Tho  speeding  motor  car  swerved, ATTENTION!  KWQHTB
collided with   n   telephone pole and "*  la-UUAo
lui-neil wrong hi.i*? UP, with the ilrlver
underneath.                                       !    Grand Chancellor Hooper and O. K.
" Talu't no use trying to hide un- ll. and 8, Winn   will   visit   Croaent
dor there, youne roller." called Con- I odgo No. :;".   on   Tuoaduy ovenlng,
Btiilile Slacltputter, rushing up,     "I Kay Uth.   All Knighta requested to lie
know where ye are." , prcBenl :M thla meeting.
0-10
leatre
THURS., FRSOAY & SATURDAY
MAY 8-9-10
TKoseWKo Have Loved S
Will Be Thrilled     J
MS METRO
1   *'■'* MASTERPIECE
Alice Terry-Ramo n fhvd.no -LewisSton.«
AN EXTRAORDINARY   STORY OF
A HUMAN  SOUL
Jrivft Rafael Sabaim'vs farmiJsw-Jd
XqwBrt.WIVUS.60U)BC>t.'-:-M-;)n.)iMty JOHN F.SEIT2
; |    and roal worth.
W.H.Wilson
X The Jeweler %
Exquisite .
China   .   .
<, Bridal Rose ^
&  Stewart.
Afler upending the Easter holidays
nl his home bore. Billy Green left on
Sunday for the Coast via Calgary. He
is nttendlttg Ktngsley School, North
Vancouver
Harry Doris wan the victim of a
painful accident on Monday evening
last at tbe Hanson Qarage. Tt appears
that he was tightening a bearing on n
bnrnlng-ln machine and dropped the
wrench he wns using. It struck the
fly wheel, flew up mid lilt htm just
over the right eye causing a had cut,
aud Injuring the base of the optic. He
was dazed by the blow and staggered
from the room in which he was working, Mwl it was seen hy others In the
garage that be wus hurt, and they
came to bis assistance.
Tbo last and best show of the season by the Musical Society at Ihe
Auditorium, May 16 and 17. !)
Those interested in the silver fox
farm venture in this city are now be-
gin.-ii.hig to see some prospects of lucrative returns with the advent of sixteen silver fox pups there, and two
more litters expected shortly. Tbe
pelts are figured to be worth anything up to $200 each when ready for
disposal iu the winter. The company
may decide not to dispose of any this
season* but work on building up a
nucleus of twenty or thirty strong
muling pairs, and Invite further capitalization to extend operations In this
way.
Mow (dose the fire menace Is to any
place was amply demonstrated when
mi Wednesday morning there wns un
alarm of fire at the government building, A spnrk from the chimney
had fallen on to a particularly infla-
mable »pot on the shingled roof, nnd
started un incipient blaze. A pas.
serby observed the smoke rising, and
a hurried phone call brought the fire
i ruck down In u few seconds, and
patch of new shingles now marks the
spot on tbe roof.
. ."Winamp at Stur May 15; 16;17,
Mrs. ,.\very or Golden, spent a few
days in (own this week, the guest of
Mrs. I Seech.
Gel your tickets for the "Mikado"
from any member or tlie Musical Society right now und he on baud when
lesorvntiona   open   ut   Beattle-Noble
(Itirg slore. 10
Mrs. Chas. Slmpeon of Lumberton Is
recovering nicely from a serious op-
oration she recently underwent at lhe
hospital.
. "THU'MI'lPat Star May 16; 1ti;l7.
BORN—To Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Uolledge, of this city, du Monday. April 28th, u son.
Edward Torman, of Invermeie. is
at present lu inmate at the St. Eugcno hospital, recovering nicely from
un  operation  for appendicitis.
"kcakamoitiif."
Nexl week Crescent Lodge, Knights
of Pythias, will have as their guests
Gran 1 Chancellor Hooper or Victor-1
ia. and 13. S. H. Winn, Orand Keeper,
off Records and Seal. Mr. Winn ls|
also chairman or the Workmen's Compensation Hoard.
FOR SALE — International Cream
Separator. In good condition. $.10.
Barber Chair, $35. Apply U. Weston.
Baker Street, Cranbrook. !)
Tbe government building is commencing to take on a decidedly improved appearij nie from the painting
and general renovating ii i* now undergoing, Included in tbe work is
the fitting up of the rooms in the
basemen! tor the constables' quarters, Mr. nud Mrs. B. R Oflin, who
have formerly resided there ure removing to the Thompson cottage close by
on Burwell Avenue.
For a first class car at a moderate
figure the new Star has no equal. Sec
Ratcliffe & Stewart. 50tf I
A. A. McDonald was in the city audi
district since Monday lust. While
here he visited Kimberley for tbo purpose of establishing a certain fire
limit district there. It bus now come I
to he expected that when Mr. McDonald comes to town there Is a series
of fires. On the occasion of Ills Inst
throe visits real shows have been
staged for bis benefit. This time I
there were no less than three alarms
during tbo lime that, he wus in the
city.
WHITE AND GOLD AND OTHER PATTERNS IN
Dinner Sets <S£ Extra Pieces < i
Berry Sets ^ in Several Patterns     ' |
*
Dainty Cups and Saucers
IN* THE MOST BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS 50c "»$4-00 each
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1
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British Army UlanktitH tor stile
cheap, From $1.50 up. All Wool. Apply B. Weston's Store. lOlt
ONLY ONE SHOW 15ACI1 NIGHT AT 8.80 SHARP
EVENINGS: Adults, 60* Children, 30*
No Children'* Tickets Snlil Saturday Nlglil
SATURDAY MATINEE al 2.80 p.m.    ::    4S-C liml t\St
•**..'%'
,*„;,., Summer Is Here!
to-*1
LARGE ASSORTMENT
Boys' and Girls'
_   STRAW HATS
and WASH HATS
, NOW ON DISPLAY from  25C to $1.75
iBOYS' AND GIRLS' COVERALLS Irom 90C to   $1.50
COME IN NOW AM) LOOK OVER OUR STOCK
c^WOFFATT'S VARIETY STORE
PHONE 393
The newly reorganised bund tip
peared an Wednesday evening nt un
open air concert on Cranbrook Street.
giving quite the atmosphere of former dujH when Hitch thingH were so.
There te little need for them to be **<>
modest as to take a side street position, a Bnker Street Intersection te
the place Tor them until such lime
us tlio HiirrimndlngH ot the handstand
In tlie purk sili- ure hiicIi that Ihe hiiml
i an be heard there. Mr. W. A. Ilnr-
inn the lender of the band has every
roason to feel encouraged at tho results of IiIk work und those supporting liini. nnd puhllc appearance* at u
regular time would help to popularize
the bund mill more.
The Recreation t'lub Dance on May
Uth. will be un enjoyable affair. Do
not mlfs it. i)-10
Mr. Jack Young received a right royal welcome on hln arrival in Crnnbrook on Sunday laat When be returned from a 'wo months visit to his
home In Sunderland. Ontnrlo. wliere
he had been called on account ot the
serious illness of hla mother. He bus
since been busy receiving the plnd
hand from bis many friends. Jack is
glad to get hack, nnd Is bnppy lit the
knowledge that his mission home wns
a very miccesnfnl one, bis untiring devotion to bis mother und bis determination tbat she should get better being
an nblo ally to the insiulln in the changing nf her case from one of hopeless-
iiens to the brightest of prospects for
a long and happy Hit.
"SiUtAMOITIIK,*'
Greatest picture.
the
Dr. J. W. Rutledge visited Michel]
and Pernie on Friday and Saturday of
last week, returning to the city on
Sunday.
Special reservations for "Mikado"
open ut Bealtle-Nohie Drug «tore on
May 6,.General reservations   May l-.
10
Married Men, l.tiuuh Here
Doggs:     "He never completed bis
education, did be?"
Doggs: "No. he died n bochollor."
While leaving the church. Hobby's
| mother was  criticising  Uie  sermon.
Bobby tlimlly turnod and said: "Gee.
mom, what do you expect for n dime?"
Mrs. Beech and son Ray, returned;
<m Saturday from Torrent, whero they!
spent Easter week with Mr. Beech,    j
Miss Nora Home returned on Sunday from Edmonton, in which *clty
she had been visiting friends during
tbe Easter holidays.
The quarterly open meeting of the
Baptlsl Women's Mission Circle will
be held in the church on Thursday,
May Sill, at 3 p.m. The Junior C.G1.
T. will give a short biblical piny.
Keep Friday. May 9th, free for the
Recreation club Dance in the Gymnasium. 9-10
The whist drive and dunce held on
Wednesday evening at the K.P. Hall
was a grand success. About one hundred and fifty shareholders and their
friends gathered and enjoyed one of
ibe finest evening's entertainment
that has been held In Cranbrook.
The Ladles' Guild of the Co-Operative
was largely responsible for the pleasant time tbat was had.
Don'l forgot the sent sale for the
■Mikado" opens on May 12, but if you
wish a special reserved seat be at
the Beattle-Noble store on Mny 5th
for special bookings. 9
W, A. Blletson, jr., passed through
the city today, Thursday, to return to
Rosslaud, where he will assist his father Ini the newspaper ofllce. He has
been In the service of the Consoltdnt-
»d Company at Rossland, Trail and
Kimberley for the pnst three or four
years, having been at Kimberley for
In- [iast year or so.
Paiamounfs Greatest Picture,
"TRIUMPH."
In nn accident that was more in the
nature of a miracle than otherwise, a
hoy is alive today. On ?.!onday afternoon Axel Holm wns driving down
Baker Street near the Manning Storo
when Robert Cox riding a bicycle on
tbo wrong side of the street came In
front of the car before Mr. Holm had
any opportunity of stopping. The boy
was knocked dowa but grabbing the
front part of the car was dragged
some distance before tbo cur could be
brought to a stop AUtomobflo drivers are finding a lot of trouble with
boys riding blcycloa on tho wrong side
of the street and turning in tho middle of blowks, and thoy leel that unless tho boys are more careful, aoou-
■r or later a serious accident is hound
io occur.
Havo that car overhauled as soon
as possible before the rush starts
Far more satisfactory in every respect.   See the Kootenay Garage.
1
G. C. Mortimer, chief of the provincial police here, returned a few days
ago rroni tho mast, making the trip
in tt Hodge ear, which tbe department
has given him for his work. Mis
route back to the Kootenays was by
way of Scuttle Portland l.ewision and
Spokane, tbe more northerly route not
yet being open.
A *
* While You Are— J
% SPRING    CLEANING     J
J Yuu may I'UkI some             £
* KIKM'l'I'HK  TOOLS,  CROCK- *
* * *
* KHV, HU'« yon don'l need. If so. •$•
'* cull up                                       *
* Tliomiismi \ lYtiTson *
+ -SKCOM) HAM) STORE t
? Hi: lll'V, SELL «r EXCHANGE |
I Phone 76 P.O. llox 238 |
t Ariiibtruiii: AteUue           X
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WANT ADS.
KOIt S.\Llv**-Llooil gtl'ong young ducks
ubout u ved-; old. J-.0-1; each. W.
Selby. llox 219. Phone 42S. '.ltf
roil hunt      Housekeeping Rooms. I	
209 Dewar Avenue. 9tf; FOR SALK
KOIt SALE—20 fool 1
Weston's   Store.
Apply 11
lOtf
Mrs. Dorosiers Kuril car,
iu jiuoil runniun condition. Apply
Mrs. Kenwlck. Hull River, B.C. 8-11
KOIt SALE—Standard bred White leghorn hens for sale, or will Irnde for
wagon, plow und harrjw, Hrown
Poultry Ranch, P.O. llox 70S Crauhrook. S-ll
KOR SALB OR RENT — 2:17 acres,
neur Fort Steele. B.C., on Kootenay
lllver. House, ham. etc., $100 rental per year, Apply II. E. Crlcltton,
14S7 Richardson St., Victoria.    9-12
WAN'TOI) — Aboul 13,010 lo build
bunpalov.* at Windermere. Advertiser would lease for long term or
buy on mortgage, site available,
.tlood Investment, Box t'. Herald
610
KOIt SAI.K.*— Fender for open grate.
This ls n very good fender that rae
he secured at a leasonuble cosl.
I'hune nr »till at Herald Ofllce.
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Whipping Cream
(HAIIANTHKl) TO WHIP
PHONE 104
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Former Preildent ef ti» pet*
N.tion.1 City buk of Now Yak,
who has resigned istttttnfm »
numerous corporanona, and»aew
in Washington tanndm andJi**,
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HAY CROP
FOR SALEi
(.'nub offers invited for my en-
tiro buy crop, for 1924. lefts IC
tons. Situated near Lake Windermere. 192? produced 255 big
loads Considerable additional
area land Heeded for 1924 has
good catch, Timothy and Clover.
IMiyer to irrigate ond harvest.
Ranch In good shape. Irrigation
very convenient.
(1. <:. II. COLEMAN,
fitf Windermere P.O.
Just Arrived
Shipment  of Delivery
Rigs, Democrats and
Heavy Teaming
Wagons
Dezall's
Blacksmith Shop
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Special      5
Announcement
WE WISH TO ANNOUNCE TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC §
THAT lOUU ICE CREAM PARLOR WILL BE OPEN 1
TO THE PUBLIC ON SATURDAY, MAY 3rd.        1
A SHARE OE THE PUBLIC PATRONAGE
GREATLY APPRECIATED.
WILL BE
John MANNING

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