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Array THE CRANBROOK HERALD
VOLUME 20
CRANBROOK.   BRITISH COLUMBIA,
THURSDAY,   OCT. 24th, 1918
FOR FOCH AND FREEDOM : BUY VICTOE^ ^DS
CITY FATHERS
IN
At the list monthly meeting
of the city council tho Mayor
wag authorized to Invest ^7,000
from tho sinklii-r [und in tha
now Victory War Loan issue,
Debentures or tho city to the
ainoiiiit ot MO.tKiii tiro now on
the market ut TT und it wus decided thut lhe city slmuld buy
iIihiii : at thul price tliey will
yield (1 SI 4 pel' cent,
It waa authorised that Lot I,
Block 86, Plan 069, lie sold to
Leonard vou Steveren [or Hie
sum of $110 ; Hull Lot 85, Block
19, Plan GOOD be sold to John
Card lor tiio sum or *!>- ; n"d
that Lots 10 mul IT, Block 91,
Plan 6(19, be sold to Frank arid
Felix Provenzano [dr ¥142.85.
The report ol the city eiif-in-
eer waa recoived and tiled.
A voucher was ordered lo be
issued in favor of Gurd &
Spreull lor *SW anil for Macdonald .* Nisbet [or *70 in connection with the Pattinson case.
The sale or rental of ibe
Weiitworth hotel wus referred
to the Mayor with power lo act.
Tlie matter ol the tax sale of
the .lohn Leaslt property was
referred to the Mayor and City
Clerk with power to act.
The streets uud traffic bylaw
was liually passed. It is directed particularly towards tlie regulation ol motor traffic.
The following accounts were
passed i
Baattle--Murphy Co
City Truster Co	
Cranbrook Sash and Door Co.
Crauhrook Trading Co.
Craabrook Electric Light Co.
Fink Mercantile Co
Ira Manning Co 	
Gotta Peroha * Uuhocr Co
Dr.. liiecn & XlrKlwinn
llanion Oarage ;
Imperial Oil Co
Kootenay Telephone Lines
Little .t Atchison'    	
.1. D.MoBrlde
A. P. Noble
T. X. l*irrett
Patmore Bro-
, Provincial Govermtiaet	
. K.Parki & Co
Pay Holla
Clly Official.
City Engineers
Fire Department
Polios Department
Schools.
Remtngtoa Typewriter Co
Sundry cash payments
Water Ritata Dept.. Vlolorli
Charlie Wing
Cranhrook Cartage in   ...
IIU 7.'.
30 40
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802 8S
ni so
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in on
5 Sr
it s;:
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•JO 411
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10 31'
•Iti IIU
;',81 .'in
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,'is."i Oil
3148 BS
.-, OH
u «:
President Wilson's Reply to
the Hun Note is:-
SURRENDER
or we will make
SAUSAGE MEAT
OUT OF YOU
^Bk Tfc TH. tKV THV t'i* ^^ 1
The Huns continue to retire
from Belgium and France
according to a prearranged
plan, speeded up by
Field Marshall FOCH
PATRIOTIC H IT WO*
MEN'S INSTITUTE MEET
Local Overflow
.r:
1! .lohnsrm: of Galloway,
wasa business visitor in town
on Tuesday.
Wealthy apples, lovely, rod.
juicy: eating or cooking 1.82.25
bog. Pears and peaches
Cranhrook Trading Oo.
also.
Complete range of Women's
and Children's wear now on display al Moduli's Variety Store.
Uurley Willis caught a uice 15
pounder salmon in Premier lake
the other day
Housekeeper
particulars call
office
Si on1
at
Wanted       For
at  the   Herald
Moffatt's   Variety
Men's heavy  weight   sod
Saturday  Special, 40a anil
pair.   Moffatl's Variety Sim
UND KEUISTRY AC I
Section  24
IS THE MATTKItof Lota IS, 10 ami
tO, lllock 2, Town of Kimhcrlrv, leoutc-
nay District, Map 684,
Proof having been Mod in my office nl
th,. lossof Certificate of Title no.IJMa
to the above mentioned lots in tho name
of James Ferguson Armitrong, mul
Waring data the llnl of April I""*- I
hereby give notice of my Intention at
Ihe expiration of one calendar montii
from the llrat publication horcol I" li-
Die to the said Jutnes Parguion Arm-
itrong a frc.ll Ccrtillratc of Title in
lieu of mch loit Certificate, Any per-
•on having any information with reference to auch loat Certificate of Tltlo is
requested to communicate with thc un-
duralgnetl.
Dated at the Land llegistry Office at
Nelaon, It. •'.. this 17th day of October
1918.
E, S. Stokes.
Dist;ict llegistrur of Titlci
The date of the first publication of
thii notice la October 24th 1918
Twenty Overcoats, the kind
a used in get, Al condition.
,r sule al From 16.00 up. At
e Cranbrook Cleaners.
\Y
■ilon nnd Billy
jusi returned
Windermere,  whoro thoy
I about a week.
ID. W(
have
Suggestion
on Eczema
It will take Just a few momenta .to
atop in and ask ua what our experience haa been ln the way ot grateful
customers with tho soothing wuah of
oils, D.D.D. Your money back unless
the first bottle relievos you.
Cranbrook Drug as Book Co.,
Cranbrook. B. O.
Ruil-
from
3 pOUl
Iiui'ii Al the I'ollaire Hospital, t.ardi'ii avoiiiict'ruiibronk.
iu: Oct. 'JUIli, 10 Mr. and Mrs. ,1.
Venus, a daughter.
Saturday Special
lluy.' heavy double ribbed
pullover swcuicrs. buttoned at
ghouldor,  ret;. *3.00 und ((2.7ft :
Edward Burt.of Burt Corners,
N.  B.,  arrived  in tlie city on
Tuesday.     He has bought mil
the  business of  the   Bridges'!
Lumber Co. at  Port  Steele.    A j
crew of about 20 men are now i
operating the mill.
Shipment of corn for ol
feed just arrived ; also straw for
scratching and alfalfa for preen
feed.    Cranbrook Trading Co.
While thc Board of Health restrictions
are in force the Hex anil Auditorium
theatres are undergoing a thorough ren
ovation and fumigation in preparation
for the reopening. The very efficient
ventilating and heating system which
was installed during the past summer
will insure a plentiful supply of fresh Ienemy,
warm, moi.t air which their patrons!
will appreciate.
special
fiilt's V
.in  antl
12.
aiiel.v StOI'O.
Mi.
1490b
"WHITE"
SEWING MACHINES
MAD! IN CANADA
rod  CANADIAN  HOMie
WILL GIVE YOU
COMFORT
EASE AND
REAL PLEASURE
WHILE SEWING
for Windermere on Sunday mot
ning.   They got, within nboiil 4
Can yon think ol any reason why
there should not be one In your
home?
The report of the October
meeting lias been delayed, the
secretary heing absent from the
city attending the Kootenry conference of women's institutes ai
Kaslo.
There were 93 members and
visitors present at Ihe Parish
Hall when the local Institute
held a Patriotic Day, presided
over by Mrs. E, H. Leaman.
Tho secretary's report of.~l77.-ri
collected on Sept. ->*. "lagday."
was received with applause, Ihe
president commending the splendid work of Jessie Pennessey.an
associate who collected Ihe
greatesi amount during the day.
With business like promptitude
the institute have purchased
|150.00 worth of yarn and 115,00
worth of prim locally for property bags which are always in
demand by the Canadian lied
Cross Society. A letter was
read from Mr. W. E. Scotl, late
superintendent of institutes,bidding farewell to the local institute and urging the members to
continue the good work. The
secretary was asked to write
Mr. Scott iu appreciation of his
valued leadership and also express regret that continued ill
health has forced him to resign
Ids position as deputy minister
of agriculture.
Mrs. Learaun, not being able
to attend the conference al Kas
lo, as elected by ballot in Aug
ust.  Mrs. ,1. S. Brake was unanimously elected in her stead.
There was a quantity of choice ■
M I flowers in evidence, whicli were
■j.omsssjhi# and lhe proceeds In
j institute boys parcel fund. I
"      "     ~ !   The  subject  of   Mr.   A.   B,
required to hut life into Henry | Walts' address, who kindly.sub-
Ford and everybody was happy. |stiluted for Mr. R. T. Williams.
Lwas, "What wecau do for our
returned soldiers?'' The main
points of his talk were 1st. preference for the returned soldiers
over civilians when giving employment; 2ud, thut all. whether
aliens or not, should be taxed to
make provision for the returned
soldier, and 3rd. land settlement
for soldiers. These heads were'
embodied in a resolution, adopted unanimously by the institute|
and given to the secretary to
present to the resolution committee at lhe conference at
Kaslo.
National airs were played by
Miss Hallamore (violin i and Mrs.
Whitehouse tpiauo) who kindly
responded to the encores.
Then followed a shower for
the boys, relatives of members
who have gone from Cranhrook. j
The  articles  donated   will   be
used   to  make   Xmas   parcels
which the directors are busy at
now, in order in ensure their delivery   by   Christmas.'    There
was a good   supply   of  cocoa,
coffee, gum, soup, cigarettes, to-;
bocco, chocolate,  candy.   luind-
kerchiefs, pad and pencils and I
fl'i.OOin cash donations, 110 00
of which was the gift of Mr. A. j
K.  Watts.     All institute mem
bers should hand their relatives'
addresses   immediately    lo lhe
secretary  Mrs. .1.  W   Burton,
Box 621, or should phone i'l.". in
order thai none be disappointed.
Immediately after the shower
Mrs. W. W. Wolfer demonstrated otr'Candy making und pack-,
ing of same for overseas pur
eels."   Mrs.  Wolfer proved an
ideal instructor,   taking  pains
that no details should be over-;
lodked.
Mrs. W. C. Adlard kindly fa-
vored with a song, "A long,
long trail."
Mrs. 1). Campbell generously
offered her home for packing
the parcels and also to collect
from the members who were ah
sent.
The meeting closed with tin.
National Anthem.
jCa dies'   and
Children's Jfats
SMART STREET HATS
AND THE NEWEST PAT-
TERNS FROM THE
LEADING CANADIAN
AND AMERICAN DESIGNERS. AT VERY REASONABLE PRICES.
L AD IES'
READY- TO-WEAR
GARMENTS
You can judge hy the style pictured linn smart Hie)
are in character, mini) other styles to choose from,
nmi nd the new shades nnd
cloths.
McCreery   Bros.
CRANBROOK'S DRY GOODS Sc CLOTHING STORES
IS'Ml DOLLARS
10 END IDE in
If my dollar will drive the enemy
llmrk
i,i's|j..i|iiiK Europe and
I thii'iit miing America, here it got*!
ckoijl will put nil 1 can spare intu a
Vioton-y Koiul, to help old Canada
finance its own war burdens, and
secure for Great Britain a plentiful
supply of foodslullk For it it* nit
tli,. rich uinn's pile that counts most
It is tlu- accumulation of purehiwes
nmde by farmers and mini husi-
ness men from every corner of
Canada that swi-lls the total and
strikes tenor into thii heart of our
ELECTRIC Lamps, ELECTRIC Torches
Electric Dim-a-Lites, Electric Irons
FUSE PLUGS Etc. Etc.
A Large Stock Always on Hand
J. D. McBRlDE
PHONE s HAKER STREET
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Noliee lo Bread Eaters-Broad, •-'
loaves for 25c; guaranteed government weight. Bur.a 25c. a dozen. AH
fancy cakes. 60c. a dozen. Tbesc
prices lake effect Immediately,    On I
account or the Increased coal ot ma- M|,g j w UuHm „„,, Mrg
terlal it la necessary thai  We adopt   ,.,,,. T,    ,     ,    ,
lhe above prices. The Home linker,. I'1' S' B«k« Klire ln Ks81" lasl
R. Fram.. Proprietor. License No. Woek attending the k,ooteney
51M1. ,1-at > aud Boundary District Women'*
 , ! Institute convention ou behalf
Look what'* here! A |rwi„, °Hhe local institute. There are
looked salmon, 88 Inohos long 1:1 Institutes in the district
and weighing 10 pounds, n'M"0'1 wovfl '"P''«*«nted hy an
ounces. It Witt caught In Prn- t,ole8ateg'
mier Lake by the champion tish- Cranbrook Institute is to be
•winn of ihe district, Mayor congratulated as It stands at the
Clapp, who hud locnii ror~the head of 08 institutes In the pro
assistunco or his partners, the vlnce for membership with lill
Messrs. Webster and Oulinrmt. members on its book,
to help him land the monster. I Tlie pridcipal lecturers at the
  |convention were Mr. .1. W. Gib-
Tommy South, Billy RadclilTejwO' ol1 ''Poo(1 Conservation ;"
and George Niblock struck out
Mrs. Rlackwood-Wileman, "How
to make the Institute a power
in the community;" Dr. Helen
miles of their destination that RJ»n.of Victoria, "The duties
night when their Henry Ford
caught the influenza and laid
down to die. They sent Iiuil-
cliffo to a place whore they
thought he wus acquainted to
get a saddle horse, but there wus
a sentinel on guard in the shape
of a young bull. Billy decided
that he would not make a frontal attack, so he outflanked the
enemy by going round the fence
and got the saddle horse, went
'VINOL'
A MODERN
TONIC
Vinol is recommended to improve the ippetite, give tone to
the stomach, build up certain run down condition-; and promote strength, tlm* acting as a general toni<*.
It i* recommended to assist In the -jron^r uiltoll&Uon
of food and to give to the other organ* of the body sufficient vigor to perform their function*1.
Valuable for coughs, colds, bronchiti-. old people, weak
women and delicate children.
SOLD EXCLUSIVEL Y BY
CRANBROOK DRUC & BOOK COY
«. J. WI III.SOV, Her.
liar  I'll""'- "I-
Mitlit I'lmai- nm;
of women's institutes in relation
to public health;" Mrs. .lohn
Keen, of Kaslo. "Laws affecting
women :" and Mrs SpofTord,
"Women's call to national service.'' i'&
All tlie delegates were treated
witli warm hospitality during
their stay in Kaslo and on each
evening were invited to dinner
at the King George Hotel, th*
guests of tlie Kaslo Institute and
to Invermere for the medicine, the Kaslo city council.
G. K. Mayor, of Regina. has
accepted u position as chcouiai
and druggist with the Cranbrook
LDrug and Rook Co
i«^af»«s
Good blood makes firm tissue, strong nerves,
steady eyes and clear brain. Keep your blood pure and
full of healthy, red corpuscles, and your liver active, by
using Beecham's Pills, which remove poisonous matters
from the system, assist the stomach to assimilate its
food, and the food to nourish the body. A world-
famous remedy to strengthen the vital organs and help to
Make Pure Blood
Wartk ■ e*-laaa a B*z PAOB TWO
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
THURSDAY,   OCTOBER   IlTH,   1918
Cranbrook Herald
Published Every Thursday by
TIIK  CRANBROOK   HERALD,   I.IMll i:i>
\V. A, MYERS,     :      ;      :      :      :       Managing Editor
Advertising  Kates  on  annlicution.   Changes lor Advertising MUST be lu
this   office    Wednesday    noon    lliccmrenl   week   to   secure   attention.
CRANBROOK,BRITISH ('HU'MHIA,  THURSDAY,  OCTOBER 2'TH,   191S
CANADA'S lin LOAN
Canada relies on tlie Viotory Loan
! to enable her to carry on."
i    That   means   that   the earning
ID   I   nnilDir UrillCD P°wei ol'Canada at homeinuBi be
III   II   UUllOLL"ntflUun utili/.tlm the last dollar to baok
\ up   Canada's   li^htin-j;   |xnver   in
Europe.    At the butt end oi* every
One  million   men,  women   and riHe in the hands of every Ctum-
ohildren at   hnme iu Canada areSdian soldier there must stand a
expeeteil   to   buy    Viotory   Loan thousand iron men  with tho whole
Bonds lo tho extent of their ability  body  nf Canadian sentiment and
to pay for them.   There are two (determination   behind  it. so that
reasons for thls,namely, to increase i when our army strikes every Imyo-
the "punch" ol' our soldiers' war j net will   be  pushed home and pin
effort in Europe and to maintain a Hun to the wall of his defences,
production in Canada [This Victory Loan will  supply the
Sir Thomas White, iu launching iron men.
tbe Victory Loan in Winnipeg.. The Canadian army corps to a
said : "The Victory Loan is an nil- man expects this financial support
delinking of the utmost national .and ho neods it?now on the eve of
importance to the people of Can-j viotory more than at any previous
uda, Jts success is absolutely es- time in tho history of this bloody
sential to our continued proseou- war. General Sir Arthur Currie,
tion of the war and tbe main ten- commanding the Canadian forces
ance of prosperity upon which our,in franco, sent the following cable
war   effort    necessarily    depends. I to Sir Thomas White, which gives
ESTABLISHED    1175
IMPERIAL BANK
OF CANADA
Joint deposit account may be opened
subject to withdrawal by
-" either party.
CRANBROOK BRANCH,
B. E. HOWARD,        ..,.•• Manager.
no uncertain sound concerning ihe
attitude of our men overseas iu re-;
gard to the Victory loan :
"Vou ure about to launch another Victory Loan campaign the
result of which will be watched
with intense interest hy every
Canadian soldier in France. We
have just won our third great battle since August 8th. in which period tbe Canadian oorps has met
and defeated J7 ol' tlermany's best
divisions. We have captured 28,-
000 prisoners and more than f-Oli
iield and heavy guns and we have
liberated tilt towns and villages.
Great as have been the material
results, the moral victory is greater. These remarkable achievements
would not have been possible without the most loyal support and encouragement from home. A continuance of that support is imperatively necessary to consummate
the final  victory  of which we are
all so couUdeul. The people of
Canada will. 1 am sure, respond
most generously to vour appeal."
Our splendid men,who are fight*
Ihg our battles overseas, have not
failed us : wo musi not Tail them.
They have fought a good light ;
tbey arc still lighting victoriously ;
thoy are mil lo win ami when they
say that their remarkable achievements would not have been possible without the most loyal support and encouragement from
home, surely they can depend upon
a continuance of thai support at
this supreme moment when they
are on lhe point of pinning their
adversary to the ground. Let
these millions of dollars roll on until they cut the Hindenburg line
into millions of pieces, until they,
like Gideon's barley cakes, overthrow the camp ol' the enemy and
put them to utter rout.
Why Canada must borrow
money to carry on
Because Canada has put her hand
to the plow and will not turn back:—
—our country is in the war on the
side of liberty and justice and will stay
in it till complete victory is won and
the unspeakable Hun is smashed and
beaten to the ground;
—a nation at war must make tremendous expenditures in cash to keep
up her armies and supply them with
munitions, food and clothing;
—Canada must finance many millions of dollars of export trade in food,
munitions and supplies which Britain
and our allies must have on credit;
—for these purposes Canada must
borrow hundreds of millions of
dollars—
And, this money must be borrowed
from the people of Canada:—
Therefore, Canada will presently
come to her people for a new Victory
Loan to carry on.
Canadians will loan the money by
again buying Victory Bonds.
The national safety, the national
honor an3 the national well-being
require that each and every Canadian
shall do his duty by lending to the
nation every cent he can spare for this
purpose.
Be ready when the call comes to see your
country through in its great war work
Issued by Canada's Victory Loan Committee
in co-operation with the Minister of Finance
of.the Dominion of Canada
IM
Every bond cheerfully taken up
will be a well-equipped soldier that
will hit the Hun aud hit him hard,
but cannot  be bit by the enemy.
It is a scrap of paper, but  the
Huns have become so haunted with
scraps of paper, that they cry out
in tenor when they see   even a
clipping   from   one   of their own
newspapers—as   well  they   may,
when   they   road   such    ominous
words as these,  written by their
greatest   editor   and published in
Berlin iu the newspaper of widest
circulation throughout the German
Km pi re : "When a fortress can no
longer hold, it is no dishonor if the
commander  surrenders.   Lot   ti
kaiser lay aside Ids imperial robes
antl lit  himself to become the first
eiti/.cu of "ft new Germany."   Those
words spell revolution  to the aver
age German mind   a cold hhoded
reign   of  terror   preceding    they
know not what.    The Hun already
fears  tbe   Canadian   army  worse
than lie fears the devil,  but   he
bates the financial army still   more
ami has sent   out bis peace propaganda to stop it, but it cannot be
done : the success of the bond issue
is assured of a big oversubscription
Romember, when making application for Victory Bonds, that the
soldiers overseas arc still deprived
of every   comfort   in  life.     They
have no upholstered arm chairs or
cozy couch or comfortable bed, unless   perchance   they     have   been
wounded and are in charge of the
angels of mercy in  a  Red Cross
hospital.    They are roughing it as
probably men have never roughed
it before,   and   when  you think it
over until  the situation has gripped you   where you  live, write up
an application for a   hundred or
two   more   aud   go without that
much  comfort during the  coming
year or show your willingness to
pay   for it.   This is   the kind of
sentiment that is winning the war.
Not only will  this   bond issue
feed, clothe, munition and pay our
lighting men, but it will keep up
the productiveness of Canada that
is so vital to the maintenance of
our armies and those of our Allies
in the field to their full strength.
"You are not asked to give, hut
to loan, on the best security in the
world, at a very good rate of interest and for tbe highest and-most
GLASSES
It may be that your eyes are becoming weak and you are afraid to acknowledge It. That Is the way with a
good many people, both old aad young.
The young particularly seem afraid to
admit their falling sight, but Ib im
novelty nowadays and certainly m
disgrace. Wo will remedy any defective eyesight and guarantee uetlnfiu-
tion. Delays are dangeinin-- come today.
Raworth Bros.
OPTICIANS
Next to tho I'ostofflco.
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meats In the
Parish Hall
first Tuesday
afternoon of
every month
at 3 p.m.
iPres,, Mrs. B.
H. Leaman
Secy, Mrs. J. w. Burton, P. 0. Box 681.
All ladles cordially Invited.
LAIDLAW k DEWOLF
Civil and Mining Engineers
11. ('. Land Surveyor)
CRANBHOOK, B. C.
Jameson's
BAKING   POWDER
Feather Light
JAMESON'S
JAVA AND   MOCHA
COFFEE
JAMESON'S
TEA
JAMESON'S
EXTRACTS
The users  are  the
nnlseurs.
Con-
Dm, Green & 'InoKlnnon
riiysleliins mul Suramin.
OnlcT  .it  residence, Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICE HOURS
ForenoohB   ii.no to lo.nn
Afternoon*   8.00 in  4 no
Evenings  7.:in i„  h.m
Sundays   a.M t„   ,( wj
MMNBROOIC, n (•
KEV C
I.O. O.K.
TV 1.01)1.1-, No. 42
Meeti   every
Monday night
„-, _ . at Fraternity
Hall.     Sojourning   Oddfellows
cordially Invited.
E. H. McPhee,      J.W. Spcnce,
Secy. N. Q.
noble purpose to which money can
be devoted, the muse of liberty.
justice, humanity and national
honor.
The Nelson News suys : Prorin.
ciial board of health regulations
Imve been] brought into gflJBCt ju
Nelson, in order to prevent the
spread of Spanish influenza.
This step hns been taken as n
precautionary measure and not lie-
cause there is any serious .ml break
j of the diseuse in Nelson. Tiie idea
is to prevent such an outbreak. Ifc
There is no reason for fearing
(hat Spanish influenza will become
the source of any dangerous epidemic in this city or district.
But, of course, it. is well to Ire
careful. Especially is it advisable
not to become panic stricken
and to imagine thut every cold or
headache or minor attack of ordinary grippe is the Spanish Flu.
The same condition exactly prevails in Cranbrook.
.lentlle-Moi-phy Co.
Are yon saving for   Victory   Boi;ds *
Printing! \
Orders placed with us
nre assured satisfactory production because wc posses every
facility for good service—
Capable workmen expert supervision, latest and best equipment, large capacity.
A telephone message
brings to   your   ser-
v   vice a helpful salesman.
Mail orders given
prompt attention
Crankrook Herald
PRINTERS    &     PUBISHERS
DESIGNERS, & EMBOSSERS
Are you saving for   Victory   Bonds !
«H«#
I MB PUCE TO
•PUT TIE P1SS1
In their reply to President Wilson's note tho Germans state
that they are willing to evacuate
Belgium hut believe that it will
take several months to do so.
The man on the street, however,
thinks that if the Huns don't ge
out of Belgium quicker than that
that the Allies can nrrunge a spot
on Belgian soil wliere tho invaders
will have the privilege of remain
ing for all time.
Por Canada's Expeditionary
Force pay and allowances alone
amount to (14,000,000 a month,
whether tho men art fighting or
not.
WE WANT ALL KINDS OF PURS
FOX.BEAR.BEAVER.LYNX.
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OFFICE HOURS
9 to 12. a.m.
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CRANBROOK, B.C
  -«£.
CKAMIHOOK   COTTAGE
HOSPITAL
Private .Nursing Heme
Licensed by Provincial  Govt.
Maternity anil General Nursing
Massage and Rest Cure, Highest
References, terms moderate.
Apply Mrs. A. Crawford, Matron
Phone 259 P. O. Box 845
Address, Uurdcn Ave. Cranbrook
TIIK HONE 1IAKKBV
Bob*. Frame, Prep.
Fresh llrcnd, Oaken, Pies
anil Pastry
Phone 37
Norbury Ave.      Opn City Hall
KNIUIITS OF PYTHIAS
Craahroek, B. G.
Meeta every Tuesday at 8 nm la
the Fraternity Hall
R. C. Carr, ft C.
C. H. Collins. K. R. tc 8.
Vliltlng brethren cordially Invited to attend.
OVKKSEASCLUB
Meets In Maple Hall second
Tuesday ol every month at I
p. m.
Membership open to British
citizens.
Visiting members cordially
welcomed.
B. Y. Brake.       J. |>. Lower.
President. Secretary
(!HAS. 8. PARKER
Forwarding and Distributing
Agent tor
Lethbrldge aid GreenklU Coal
Imperial Oil Co.
Dlstrbutlon Can a Specialty.
Ilrnrini* nnd Trnnstorrlng
Given prompt attention
PhoneU
Vitality;lor N.n. «nd Bnln; Ida ,
. ia.tui'';» Trmk-wlll bulla yuu up. U.Ijox.oi
lg£-v&'.sur^&.r5^
Tlie Shoe Specialist
JOE .11 AHA I'l 1111
Satisfaction Guaranteed
headquarters for all binds ol
Repalra
V. III. MAn'HKHNON
rnilrrlnkiT
Phone M
Norbury Ave, nexl in city Hall
Montana Iti'slaiirnnl
Meals al All Hours
Cigars, Cigarettes and Caidy
CRANBROOK STRUCT.
Opposite the Bank nl Commerce
J. F. DEACON
Automobiles for hire.. .Boats
on Oreen Bay In Conneetlon.
PHONE 23      CRANBROOK
If vou want satisfaction
with vour washlDv
■end it to
MONTANA LAUNDRY*
Sneclal twice* for famllv
^^^^^^^
- -■■- THURSDAY, OCTOBER   2ITH,   1918
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
PAC1E THRErs
Walehes - good watches
arc in greater demand
than ever lieforo.
These BtronltOUS times
demand that every man
nuike the most of .hi*
time us a
War Time Necessity
Tho foot tna» we tarry
the^araeststooki pl«'d
witli our well known reliability    merits   yovr
oonalduralloii   - when
buying a wateh
Lal Ha Show Yon
W. H. Wilson
[Jeweltr
SBSBggp
BB*>*a**BM
Lsocal and Jrersonal
Kllby frames pictures.   Phone S.
Save for Victory.
Insure with Heale & Elweli.
Those who do not flglit must save.
in ta, •* w nv <a\ m »■*»■ -n. •*■ ia M
*
LEND
 ■     i
One $50.00 Victory Bond J
will send 1000 3in trench *
mortar shells on their $
way, or provide bursting *
charge (or 100 3in trench f
mortar shells or 110 hand *
grenades or will buy f
knives, forks and spoons J
for a company of soldiers i
  i
$
This  Space contributed j
towards winning the war i
b
F. PARKS & CO. S
Hardware S Mill Supplies   $
Cranbrook     -     B.C. t
t
I fa 1ft W.»»» *A la. -rsvuvia. S|
I Sswing done at reasonable prices.
'Corner Rains street and Watts
: avenue.
Another name among the dead
in thc casualty list is that of An-
jfdo Larzar, of Cranbrook.
H. McKeniie, auditor for tht
! workmen's compensation board,
was in the city this week on official business.
Eagle brand fabric cleaner,
cleans silK, satin and velvet ahoes;
also white and colored leathers;
35c. bottle. Star Shoe Shop, opposite depot.
Have you any old tires or tubes?
Please help the St. John's Ambulance Red Cross fund by leaving
them at the Hanson garage. M.
L. Cartwrlght, sec-treas.
Word has been received that
Jerry McGregor has been killed in
action. He was one of Cranbrook's popular young men and
an employee of the C. P. R. before
enlisting.
King Edward's school will close
on Dec. 20th as Miss Cherrlngton
has accepted a position on the staff
of Havergal College, Toronto.
Miss Rumsay will continue the
Kindergarten and junior school.
For information, phone 357.
M. L. Carmichael, of Skookum-
chucfe, is in town this week on
! business. He is one of the old
timers of this district. He has an
interest in a ranch in the neighborhood of Skookumchuck and
also in a very promising mineral
property in the same neighborhood. He is ol a sunny disposition and couldn't catch the "Flu"
if it dropped right in his mouth.
It does an editor good to meet a
man like Mr. Carmichael, we wish
we had a thousand more like him
as subscribers to the Herald.
COEUR D'ALENE
Spokane, Washington
■V,  .— ■■■-■    '   -i ■■■-"       "*' ''    ' ■•'—        '    *
TIDE HOTEL WITH A
PKKHO-.AMTV
This house has the
happy .llstlnrUon ot heing the favorite stopping place In Spokane
lor the people ol British
Columbia Wo appreciate
this patronagu and do
everything In our power
to make you comfortahle.
Our location Is eicellent —
close to (treat Northern Station
and 0. W. R. ft N.—Mllwautto.
terminal, and within a minute's
walk from the principal business
houses and places of amusement.
See Stearaahln on Hoof
Why do you continue to pay rent year
in and year out?
Have a HOME that you
can   call   YOUR   OWN
LOOK A T THESE
SNAPS
Offered by
Beale & Eiwell
2 CpttftgeB on Cranbrook Street
2 tots only 9ftM0
Ono cottage alone is worth the
prtcfl not to mention  the  lota.
6 roomed Cottage in Fair view
Addition, cost |lf.0O, can bo
bought   for #WM.OO
j ti roots"od Cottage on Lumatlem
Avenue in good condition, cheap
at    »HMMI
Modern Cottage on. Cranbrook
Street for*.WW. Till* I* a real
simp.
7 roomed, two story modern residence mi Durwoll avenue 2 lotfl,
house coft $Mioo. #1000 buys
properly.
i! roomed Cottase
Avenue, only   ....
Hanson
...41loo
Is*!*.
B AR
BARBARISM
BY  BUYING
VICTORY
BONDS
A very confor table modern Cottage on Burwell Avenue, up-to-
date  In every  respect,.,*$1600
7 roomed two atory residence on
Armstrong Avenue 41600
Terms can always be arranged
to suit purchaser.   Titles guaranteed in aU cases by
Beale & Elweli
If .nn want to rent, a home call
nn BEAM and RI.WKI.I,
Furnished or nnfnrnlsheil rooms
especially suitable for bathe,
turn, Inelnrilnir heat, llftht and
water.
•lOIHlHN   HOl'HKS  TO   HUNT
Mn. Bamlord, of Waldo, left
for the Bundy home, Wardner, on
Saturday last, alter spending a
few days in town, the guest ol
Mrs. Maystre.
During the year ending Sept.
30th, 1918, thc Iunior Red Cross
Society has sent the following to
the Vancouver Red Cross depot:
182 wash cloths, 46 pairs socks, 10
scarfs and 24 property bags.
Rev. Hillis Wright and family
leave for Grand Forks on Monday
next. Mr. Wright preached his I -
farewell sermon in Knox church
to a large congregation. Many in
Cranbrook regret the reverend
gentleman's departure from the
city.
We have been requested to refer
to the printing on the memorial to
our fallen soldiers erected on Norbury avenue. It reads: "The
Heroic Dead." Now, they are all
Canadians and it would sound
better if it read ''Our Heroic
Dead." The heroic dead will be
all the Allies that have fallen, but
ours will be the Canadian s.
News was received here Tuesday night that Private N. M.
Wilton, of Yahk, had been wound-|
ed on Oct. 12th; a gun shot wound.
in his left hip and had been ad-
mitted to hospital in France. He
enlisted in March ; left Vancouver
on April 19th with the 10th draft
Canadian Reserves, was dratted
and sent over to France on Sept.
12th. He is a grandson of Mrs.
Maystre.
Thank God there is somebody
who appreciates the Herald. We
have been compelled to cut off a •
number of subscribers in arrears,
and one of these, who lives down
east by the aea, writes: "Please
have the last two weeks sent forward as we must have the news
from Cranbrook even is we are
broke. Will rustle the amount of
the arrears and forward on receipt
of bill.'' Would to God we could
hear a howl like that sent up from
subscribers in arrears nearer home,
| Mr*. \Von!t.]i Ims just reri'ivod
word from her. mother near Toronto tlint  Mrs. Worden's brother
j Lieut. .Ins. Milin' Im. been slightly
wi dot I   (rat   tlw  nature ul' tho
wounds Ims imt  heen mentioned,
I He  was lhe I'ii'st boy  to   pick  up
in rifle here uud  this is the firs!
Itime he hns pit it.
Notice to milk users—You are
requested to co-operate with us in
keeping down the price of milk.
You can do this bv taking care of
your milK bottles, as each quart
bottle costs 15c. and the pints ICc.
each. You can help also by put
ting your empty bottles in a con-
v-utent place outside the house,
where the milkmnn can get it
without any delay. To save time
in delivery is to save money and
helps to keep down the price of
mill..   The Model Dairy.
It  is with extreme rugrof that
wvllliv.'   tp   rlll'llllirli-   the ilillltll of
Lieui I'Yiuik Willsun, who joined
the 54tit Huit. nt Cranbrook uud
after reanliing fingluud \viik transferred tutlii- Imperial Army. He
was killed ..ii tin- 2-ltli of Snpt.
lending Iiis tiit'ii lo tho attack. The
ahell that killed him wounded or
killed every man of Iiis party. He
. had mode unite a name for himself
and tin' nutii'i' of his promotion to
Peps will (Ire you relief.'
Simply dlisulve a Peps tablet In
your mouth. Your breath carrlei
the medicinal Tine vapor, which
Is released, to all parts of tha
throat, nasal and air passages,
where a liquid medicine could not
possibly reach, 'this vapor destroys nil germs wiih which It
comes in contact, soothes and
heul- the Inflamed membranes and
fortifies you again't cough., colds,
sure Ntvoat, bronchitis and grippe.
Pel's contain absolutely no harmful drugs and are therefore Ihe
safest remedy fur children.
rr-RC TWr\L. Cut out this
■"Mi i eMeraMw article, write
across it the name and date of this
paper, and mail it (with lc, stamp
lo pay return postage) to Peps
Co.. Toronto. A free trial packet
will then be sent you. All drug-
fists and stores sell Peps, 50c. boi.
Pieps
Ml BlUWiHS usr.
fi eaptrtinoy was rinterl tin* 25th-'
jiini the titty after his dentil. His'
friends hero join in un uxjjTeRnioii;
of sympathy to his family.
This is no time to let up.
WMGLEY5
WRIGLEY'S  In
as thc loMut-
lasting confection you
buy. Sand it to
boys at thc front.
Mce Warm Bed Clothing
is essential to food health In
the Furniture Department you
will find an excellent stock
to choose from
We have some
Splendid values
left in Dinner
Sets, Toilet Sets,
and Odd China
Our prices are
less than to-days
wholesale
Don't   Delav
Floor Brushes and
Oils are everyday
requirements We
have a complete
stock at old prices
Vacuum a nd
Brussels C a rp ct
Sweepers at old
prices too
HIGH SCHOOL DOTES    §
The election of officers for tho
Literiry 8ooiety resulted in tin*
following to represent the school:
President, Otto Gill: vice-preti-
dent, Helen Bridges; setiretary-
trensurer, John Noble; prc-gram
coinmittee. Elsie Beattie. Helen
Worden and Alma San is.
The first regular meet ing of the
Society was held on the afternoon
of Tiwiday, Oct. 11, with the pres-
ident, Otto Gill, in the chair. A
short enjoyable program was given
eoinpoaed of an opening chorus.
"O Canada," by six of the girls,
Hpeerhes hy the newly elected officers and readings by Irma Ward
and Edith dimming*. Alma 8ai■-
vis also gave a piano boIo. Tho
meetings arc to he hold every two]
weeks, the next taking the form of]
a (le),,i!e.
-p
War Time Economy    (S
in Sweetmeats—
a 5-cent packMc of WRICLEVS will
five you several days' enjoyment:
it's an investment In benefit as well
as pleasure, for it helps teeth, breath,
appetite, digestion.
CHEW IT AFTER EVERY MEAL
The Flavour Lasts
Sealed tliht-Kept right
nlillilllll
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada Limited
Office, smelling and Refining Department
TRAIL, BRITISH COLUMBIA
SMELTERS    AMI     REFINERS
Purchaser of Gold, Silver, Copper, Lead and Zinc Ores.
Talinnnc llrniiil Pig Lead, llluexloue, Spelter and Copper
POTATOES F01I SAI.K
No. 1 potatoes, $1.50 per sn.'k (if 100
lbs. Apply to Qartflde Knncii. Telephone connection. 2t. p.
If yenr Bool leaks net It attendcil
to hy W. J. Seloy al Cranhrooa, old
Roofs ot ererj description repaired and
coated with Improved Asphalt Cement aad Warraated ll»ht.
jllMJuUb so,uare_ feet.
" Piano "lessons by arrangement. Phone 484, or call at
209 Hanson Ave. Miss Lois
Gamble. 33-4t
Ara yon. saline lor   Victory
•:i.*ioni,so*.,s dance orchestra
Now Open Inr Engmtenwnts.    Ono to
Four Places
Tbe Muiic with tbe PEP.     For Terms
Apply
MRS. EDKONDgON
tr pkaM Ht C-aatarook, & C.
A Path of Gold
It is ordained that we
shall not reach that
blessed era of peace
save along a path of
gold cemented with
human blood
Lloyd George
Music a Real Necessity
in Time of War
Music has justified itself as a factor of real service
in this hour of trial. Not only to th: man at the
front do there come times of loneliness and
discouragement. Those who remain at home have
their share of the world's burden. They need the
inspiration, the encouragement, the soul-satisfying
comfort of music in the home.
2&NEW EDISON
"Tht Phonograph with a Soul"
Re-creates the human voice and the music of
human-plaved instruments with surh fidelity that the
actual vo :es and instruments cannot be distinguished
from the New Ediion's Re-Creation of them. But
you will never fully believe what any dealer tells
you when they make conflicting statements.
The wise way to choose your phonograph is to
let all claims pass in one ear and out the other, then
have the several makes of phonographs and talking
machines in which you areinterestedsentto your home
on trial, where you may make direct companions
among them in the quiet of
your own home and decide
which one you would like to
keep—which one you think
you would enjoy hearingjust
as much live years from now
as you do to-day.
We will gladly lend a
New Ediion to your home,
for purpose! of comparison
or to be heard alone,
without the slightest obligation on your part.
The   Cranbrook   Herald
Subscribe for it S2.00 a year
THE BEST FAMILY NEWS-
PAPER PUBLISHED IN
SOUTH EASTERN   BRITISH
COLUMBIA
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF FINE
JOB PRINTING PAGE FOUR
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
THURSDAY,  OCTOBER   -jJTH-   1918
*>■
Jfctppenings uhroughout   Uhe
(7\     .    .   a       Contributed by Our Regular
JJlStnCt       Correspondents
ELKO NOTES •
* By Fred Roo •
The International trouble makers of
the world are now singing on the west
front. 'It's oh, but I 'm longing for my
Aisne Polk, and the Clown Prince 'I'm
moving further back'nm! the Big Bin-
denburg Bloater, ' I'm dropping you a
line.' JimThistlebeuk is setting the
above songs to music.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Klingeiisniith, of;
Creston, who have been visiting eastern
Canada, stopped off on their return at
Klko visiting the mayor and Mrs. Klin-
gensmith at the mining exchange. I
The Harvest Borne held in Klko last
week Was one of the best events ever
held in the old historic burg. Thc as-1
lembly rooms were kindly lent for the
occasion. The rooms were beautifully
decorated throughout and great interest
was centered fn the affair as the proceeds are for soldiers' comforts ovsrsens
The ladies of the town formed a committee and only had two weeks but in
that two weeks did wonders and the
display of fancy goods and vegetables
was a surprise to the people themselves
and the greatest credit is due to Mr.
and Mrs. Hirnie of the Aberdeen livery
and lllue Uneautogarage, they worked
harder and gave more than anyone [am\
the committee were sopleascd with the
success they made that they were both
presented with a gold star, and we venture tosay that the star will be in a
parcel that's going overseas for wee
.Hmmie who was known to every traveler on the road and is now a prisoner
in Germany. The day was wet and no
outsiders were present except Mr. and
Mrs. Ingham from Sheep Mountain and
the two Drs,   Saunders   from  Haynes.
The town people turned out en masse
and the bazaar was opened for business!
promptly at three o'clock and by ti p.m,'
everything was sold out and they had
$164,26 in a soldier's sock, In the even-,
ing the ladies gave a whist drive which
was well attended and greatly enjoyed
by all present Mrs. Morgan winning the
first prize and contractor Edmunds the
booby. A vote of thanks was tendered
to Mr. and Mrs. Sanders of Twvers,
Alherta who were here visiting, for the
use of the rooms. Mr. Sanders buying
all the vegetables and shipping them to
Travers, Alberta. The school children
supplied all the articles for the two fish
"Such relief I felt when I applied Zam-Buk to a badly seal-led
hand!" writes Mrs. A. Hiseley, of
416 Timothy St., Montreal.
"I was standing near the stove
when the kettle boiled over on my
hand. I applied some ointment
w!iii'h I had In the bouse, but It
did not ease the burning. The iWa
peeled oh* and the pain was so bad
that I got no sleep for two yighta.
"Then I conm.eAceti using Zam-
Buk, and the first application gave
iii*- wonderful relief, it seemed to
cool the burning so that I was able
to sleep, aud from then the scald
began to heal. Zam-Buk grew new
ekln over the sore place and before
long my hand wa* quite allrlght
again."
Zam-Buk should always be kept
In tho house for cuts, burns and
knocks, and for eczema, ringworm,
bolls, pimples, blood • poisoning,
ulcere and piles it cannot be
equalled. All dealers or Zam-Buk
Co., Toronto.   Me box, S foe fU5.
iamBuk
t FOR FREE <
ponds and they were the best fi anil 10c
prizes ever offered.
Are you saving for   Victory   Bauds ?
Crankrook Herald
PRINTERS    &
DESIGNERS, &
PUBISIIERS
EMBOSSERS
m
HILL'S, Coats for Ladies
Touch only on exclusive models, models that will at once .
appeal to a woman who can discriminate   between   garments made by experienced operators     and     garments
made by inexperienced help.
The Excellent STYLE
—of our one piece Dresses.com-
prlsing all the prevailing shades
cannot but commend themselves lo tasty dressers. Tho
dainty silk poplin dress In many
different models, in shades
Black, Navy, Burgundy, Russian Oreen, Brown, tiroy, Co-
pen, Rose, Taupe and Tan.mod-
els handled exclusively by us,
will merit your attention.
Remarkable values hi one
piece Dresses In colors Navy,
Black. Grey and Brown Serge,
lines that are very difficult to
Bot, especially in tho quality
wo are handling.
WE   INVITE     INSPECTION.     WE    INVITE
COMPARISON
W. D. HILLS
The   Ladies'   Wear   Specialist
WATER NOTICE
| Arc you saving for   Victory   Bends '
'S
PAIN EXTERMINATOR
Diversion and Use !
TAKE NOTICE that The Consolidated Mining and Smelting Co., whose
address is Trail, B. C, will apply for a
licence to take and use 20.000 gallons
per day of water out of Lois Creek,
which flows south, and drains into Mark
Creek about Kimberley, B. C. The
water will be diverted from thc stream
at a point about One mile and a half
north of north end line of Lot 2999
known as Lois Lake, and will be used
for domestic purposes upon the land
described as lot 2999. This notice was
posted on the ground on the 15th day of
October 1918. A copy of this notice
and an application pursuant thereto
and to the "water Act, 1914," will be
filed in the office of the Water Recorder
at Cranbrook, B. C. Objections to thc
application may be filed with the said
Water Recorder or with the Comptroller
of Water Rights, Parliament Buildings,
Victoria, B. C. within thirty days after
the first appearance of this notice in a
local newspaper.
The Consolidated .Mining & Smelting
Company, Applicant.,
By E. G. Montgomery, Agent
The date of the first publication of
this notice is Oct. 24th 1918
WATER NOTICE
STOPS THE PAIN-AND ACTS QUICKLY
Rheumatism, lumbago, neimljrifi, nprnliu. Intro buck, toothache, elf*
nehc, tore throat, swollen juints una ull similar troubles arc quickly
relieved by Hirst's I-nin Eiti-niiinutor. it lias been sold for«-rears,
and should be In every bo-n-clioTd—bus n, fi umi red uses,
AU dealers or write us. HIR8TRBMEPY CO.. Hamilton, Canada.
Diversion and Use
TAKE NOTICE that Thc Consolidated
Mining and Smelting Co., whose address is Trail, II. C, will apply for a licence to take and use fifty cubic feet
per second of water out of Matthew
Creek which flows south and drains into
St. Mary's River about six miles west
of Marysvllle. The water will be diverted from the stream at a point about
three miles north of M. M. 82 and will
be used for mining purposes upon the
land described as the Sullivan Group of
mineral claims. This notice was posted
on thc ground on the llth day of Oct.
1918. A copy of this notice and an application pursuant thereto and to the
"Water Act 1914," will be filed in the
office of the Water Recorder at Cranbrook, B.'C, Objections to the application may be filed with the said Water
Recorder or with the Comptroller ol*
Water Rights, Parliament Buildings,
Victoria, B, C. within thirty days after
the first appearance of this notice in a
local newspaper.
The Consolidated Mining & Smelting
Company, Applicant
by E"G. Montgomery, Agent
Thc date of the  first publication of
this notice isllct. 2-lthlOI8
WANTED—Part or all of the
following | Piuoo, buffet, golden oak, davenport or couch in
leather, china cabinet. Must be
in good conditiou. State pries
J for cash.   Box 36, Herald Office
*W1
ForllttmlMrasrtli
wlto p/rfi
■s ii utetlhtin broad tne. Made in biuk or tan calf und kid
f'iium might saie—$6 to $io
You Can Buy Quality Shoes
at Fair Prices
EVEN today—when the cost of every item in the make-up
of a shoe is far above the normal—you can get satisfactory shoes at fair prices if you will buy prudently.
The service you get for your money will largely depend upon
your own wisdom and foresight when buving.
As Canada's largest manufacturers or shoes, we ask you to
buy prudently, to practise true economy, to avoid extravagance.
There are three things you should do:
First:     Buy for service rather than merely for appearance.
Second: Go to a reputable dealer and benefit by his knowledge
and experience.
Third:   Look for liie manufacturer's trade-mark on the shoes
you buy.
If you will do these tilings, w* can assure you of the best
possible value for your money. .//A\v
A. H.M. War-Time Seleelton, cjfer special value for
men, ivomen tutil ohttdren,  Auk your dealer far them.
AMES HOLDEN McCREADY
LIMITED
"Shoemakers to lhe Nation"
ST. JOHN      MONTREAL      TORONTO
When you buy Shoe* luakfor-
WINNIPKR    KDMON'TON   VANOOUVKR
—this Trademark on •vtrytoh
WATER NOTICE
Diversion ami Use
TAKE NOTICE that the Consolidated Mining and Smelting Co., whose
address is Trail, B. C. will apply for a
licence to take ami use 20,000 gallons
per day of water out of Sullivan Creek
which flows south and drains into
Mark Creek about Kimberley, B. O,
The water will be diverted from the
stream at a point about one mile north
of north end line of lot 2999, known as
Hidden Hollow and will be used for
domestic purposes upon the land described as lot 2999. This notice was posted
on the ground on the 15th day of Oct.
1918, A copy of this notice and an application pursuant thereto and to the
"Water Act," 1914 will be filed in the
office of the Water Recorder at ('ran
brook, II. Oi Objections to thi' application may he filed with thc said Water
Recorder or with thc Comptroller of
Water Rights, Parliament Buildings,
Victoria, B. 0., within thirty days after the first appearance of this notice ir
a local newspaper.
The Consolidated Mining &  Smelting
Company,   Applicant
By K. G, Montgomery, Agent
The date of the first publication of  this
notice is October. 24th 1918.
LAND ACT
Canadian
Pacific
CHANGE IN
TRAIN  SERVICE
Effective August 18, 1918, there will be a general change
ln train service. Times for trains at Cranhrook will he*
No 67
11.30 p. m.
12.00 Noon
12.15 p. m.
3.45 p.m.
No. 825 Daily ex. Sun~
7.00 a. m.        Lv.        Cranbrook
S3?.5: m'       Ar'        Klmberley
N«j. 821. Mon and Thtirs.
Lv.       Medlcln Hat        Ar.
Ar.        Cranbrook Lv.
Lv.        Cranbrook Ar.
Ar.   Kootenay Landing Lv.
No. 68
6.25 a. m.
4.05 p. ni.
3.60 p. m.
11.20 p. m.
900 a. m.        Lv.
G,00 p. m. •    Ar.
Tues. and Fri.
800 a. m.       LV.
11.00 a.m.      Ar.
No. 824 Daily ex. Sun.
Ar.       12.20 p. in.
Lv.       10.00 a. in.
No. 822 Wed and Sat
Cranbrook        Ar.       3.30 p. m.
Athalmer Lv.      7.00 a. m.
Tues. and Fri.
Athalmer Ar.       7.00 p. m.
Golden Lv.       3.00 p. in.
r
Cranhrook  Unil  District - District of
Fast Kootenay
Take notice that I. Harry Ryinell,
of Kitchener, occupation Laborer, Intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
tlie southeast corner cf lot 3903;thence
20 chains south; thence 20 chains
west; thesce 20 chains north; thence
20 chaino east to place of commencement; containing 40 acres, excepting
tlte B. c. Southern right of way.
Harry  Rymell.
Dated October 12tii, 1918.
Uate of first publication of this no-
lice October 17th, 1918.
CORPORATION OF THE fITY
CRANBROOK
OF
WARM NO
Tho attention of the public is called
to the City Bymv- number 86, in which
it in enacted that no one shall place or
suffer tt) remain any vehicle or any-
thing on or upon any street or sidewalk so as to interfere with the free
access or approach to any fire hydrant
Drivers of ears are especially warned
not to leave their cars standing on
the si roe'- near the fire hydrants at
the postoffice or near the Rex thentie
o>- Auditorium on Norbury avonuo
1'tfractions of tiie above regulation
will he promptly dealt with.
(i. W. HF.ECE. Fire Chief .
Cranbrook. B. C. Oct. 10, 1918.
WARNING NOTICE
. RcMolor Traffic Regulation*. Aft.
The following notice has been received by Provincial Constable Kerr
from the Chief Constable at Fernie:
Owing to the large number of ac
cidents to motor cars In this district
which are never reported to the police in writing at all It has become
Imperative that the attention of all
Con-tables be drawn to section 32 of
tho Motor Traffic Act, which provides
that al) accidents, etc, must be reported to the police In writing within
a specified time. Vou will In future
summons all persons meeting with
such accidents, and who have not
compiled with the act.
All perssons Interested will please
take notice ns this section must be en*
forced.
CHARLES KERR.
Provincial Constable.
Have Your Own Name
Or Brand Name
Printed on
BUTTER WRAPPERS
THE LAW SAYS THAT VOU MAV NOT SELL BUTTER FROM
A FARM OR THROUGH A STORE OR MARKET UNLESS IT HAS
THE WORDS "DAIRY BUTTER" PRINTED ON THE WRAPPER.
AS YOU NOW HAVE TO USE PRINTED WRAPPERS WHY NOT
HAVE YOUR OWN NAME OU THE BRAND NAME PRINTED ON
THE WRAPPER AS WELL AND IN THAT WAY UAIN VALUABLE
ADVERTISING. IF PURCHASERS OP YOUR BUTTER WHO LIKE
IT'S QUALITY DON'T KNOW WHO MAKES IT THEY CANT KNOW
WHAT BRAND TO ASK POR WHEN THEY WANT TO BUY THE
SAME KIND AGAIN.
According to tile Dominion
government regulations nil
farmers who sell bolter
either lo tlie stores or privately, are required to have
it propertly covered in a
wrapper on whicli MUST
appear in prominent letter
the words
"DAIRY BUTTER"
The fad Is also emphasized
that all butter lu audi
packages must be of tho full
net weight of sixteen ounces
and ln default of same a fine
of from 110 to $110 for each
offense Is Imposed. Whey
butter musi be so lahelleu
even when mixed with dairy
butter and dairy butter retains its label even though li
be mixed with the creamery
product.
YOU CAN BE SUPPLIED WITH
NEATH*" PRINTED WRAPPERS
POR YOUR BUTTER AT THE
HERALD PRINTING OFFICE, .FOR
FOLLOWING PRICES:
Paper ami Priming
Included V
200 Wrappers f"r .. ..#2.50
JIIO Wrappers for ... .ttU.0
moil 'Vnppers for #5.00
These prices Include both (he
Taper which Is Ihche-t obtainable
for Ihe purpose, and the printing.
nr: IAN SHIP IMMKIM ITKI.Y ON RECEIPT OF Oil l> Kit
CRANBROOK  HERALD
"QUALITY IMIINTKRS"
linker Slreel, (ranbrook. Ilrllisli Columbia
PRICES   SUBJECT  TO  CHANGE,  OWING   TO  THE   IRREGULAR
CONDITIONS OP TIIE PAPER  MARKET
-J
WANT ADS.
The rates (or advertisements ia this column under a classified held Is is
fnlhmst Three Dies, one insertion lor 85r, three insertion* ol the sane
ad. Me. hargrr ads In proportion...
THE STAB SECOND HAND 8T0HE
Uat" otTfiriil»r"Uil«-Tr-«t""
Child's cot complete $0.
SMELTER Investigation
NOTICE is hereby given that the Committee appointed
for the purpose of inquiry into the matter of treatment
rates charged by CONSOLIDATED MINING & SMELTING
CO. of CANADA, LTD., at its TRAIL SMELTER will hold
a session at Board of Trade Rooms, NELSON, on Thursday
October 31st, 1918 at 11 a. ni., and if necessary, on other
days to be arranged, for the purpose of receiving from
shippers of ore to Trail or other directly concerned, any
relevant statements of facts, and hearing evidence in connection therewith. In the meantime, communications
may be addressed tn James Anderson. Secretary, Kaslo,
B. C.
8.8. FOWLEB, Chairman.
IVAN DELA8IIMTTT
JAMES ANDERSON.
Phonograph, Edison Homo with com
blnation needles to play either two
or (our minute records, with DO records bargain. $20.
IF YOU HAVE ANYTHING TO SELL
hOUNDTABLE^Two leaves, mission
oak; bargain.
BLIANKET8 ASSORTED — Twelve
pair, all cheap.
Phone 9; II you wont to buy anything
Phone 9
FOR SALE—Massoy - Harris bicycle,
used one season; also Eastman .'IA
folding camera, with tripod and por.
trait attnehment. Both in excellent
condition. Apply Box "T" Hernld of-
(Ice. 4()-3t
POR BALE—Million onk piano, also
bonoll to match; nearly now; well tn*
ken care of; Moznrl llcliitzmnll make;
essy terms. Apply tc Box CO, Ward,
ner, U. 0. 40-3t
WANTED—Position as Itouiolooonor;
by English woman with two children.
Near school. Addross Box ll, llcruhl-j
office. ;i?-:ii-p
WANTED—Boca a und baby's Iron
crib, high choir and .inter. Apply lo
Box "M" Herald. lt
SAWINQ  OUTFIT FOR HALE — Sit
horsepower gasoline engine and drag
saw for i inline wood.   C. (Jodderlc.
FOR SALE—One Ediion phonograph.
with combination reproducer ror two
and (our minute records; fifty-four
records; outfit cost over eighty dollars; will sell for »:ir,.on cash, P. 0.
Box 166 city.
rilli RENT Modern Bungalow. For
particulars apply lo 0, Van Hraam.
PIlOM 4114. or P. O. Box 428.        34-tf
LOST—On fair grounds Wednesday
afternoon, largo old fanltloncd cameo
brooch. Finder returning same to the
Herald office will be suitably rewarded.   Mrs. J. O. Cummlngs.
I'OII SALE A Pord Touring Car in
gooil condition. Address Una t, Hernld offleo. U4.tr
WANTED—Nurse lo look nflcr two
children. Apply to Mrs. Martin McCreery, phone 4«7. BB-tf
FRUIT. Buy from the Growers. We
pay express to Fernie and West. Pine
Wealthy apples $2.S0 per box. Best (ull
pears $3.60 per box. Goes Golden dcrp
plums $1.69 per box of 20 lbs. W. J.
McKim, Nelson. B. C.
TO WHOM IT MAV CONCERN- That
I, Kllborn Coolldge. wilt not bo responsible for nny debts or trouble my
oldest sou, John Coolldge, mny bring
upon himself nfter this date. Kllborn
Coolldge. S8-31
WANTED—To ront, i Furnished
house, by young couple, no children.
Apply Box "K" Herald Office.        at.p.
FOR 8ALE-('htckens, old ond
young, also a (ew ducks. Mrs. Oliver, 104 Clarke Ave.
LADIES, Oenllemcn nnd children's
Knit Sweaters mended-If you can got
yam color matched
MENDINO  BUREAU
102 ('lark ave.. corner of Louis stroet.
Mary Isabel Butler, Heamstrcsa
Wanted a high grado Car In exchange (or house In Creslon. .valued $1800.
Box 09, Creston, B, C. at.
PI08  FOR  SAI.B-AII   alws  and
nia-da. A»»ly la tha Kaial* •Ilka.
WANTED—Boy to milk •
and aaelet la tha tardea.

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