Cranbrook Autoists: 0052.0609


            Mr. Percy Bean, of the Fernie Garage, was a visitor to Cranbrook on Wednesday.


            Father Lambot, of St. Eugene Mission, has purchased a Ford touring car through the Hanson Garage.


            Mrs. Thomas Westover and daughter Nellie, who spent the past five weeks at Fort Steele visiting with her sister, Mrs. H.A. Butt, left on Tuesday’s train for her home in Vancouver.  The vacation was pleasantly spent in the important towns in East Kootenay.


            Mr. A.B. Macdonald, K.C., of Vancouver, formerly of the local firm of Macdonald, Macdonald and Nisbet, arrived in Cranbrook Saturday for a short business visit, returning to the coast again on Monday’s train.  Cranbrook and East Kootenay is being prominently mentioned at the coast owing to the many varied industries about to be established within her borders.  The pulp plant near Elko is only the start of similar projects in East Kootenay.”

0052.0609: Cranbrook Autoists

Comings and goings of Cranbrook area residents and visitors, with mention from Vancouver resident visiting that Cranbrook and East Kootenays are prominently mentioned at the coast due to the varied industries establishing in the area.

Medium:  Newspaper - Text
Date:  September 15, 1922
Pages:  7
Publisher:  Cranbrook Courier
Collection:  Columbia Basin Institute (0052)


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People arrow Beanarrow
People arrow Buttarrow
People arrow Lambotarrow
People arrow MacDonaldarrow
People arrow Nisbetarrow
People arrow Westoverarrow
Cities arrow Fernie arrow Businesses arrow Garages arrow Fernie Garagearrow
Cities arrow St. Eugene Missionarrow
Cities arrow Cranbrook arrow Businesses arrow Garages arrow Hanson Garagearrow
Industry arrow Pulp Mills arrow Elkoarrow


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