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VOLUME  14
ORANBBOOK.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,   THURSl'AY, DECEMBER 28. lb. ,
NO. 52
1.1. MACDONALD. 10 IS LOIR SHORTLY TO
PDACTICE III 1MER
CIVIC FffiCES
STATEMENT    FOR   PAST YEAI
MAKES VERY SATISFACTORY   SHOWING,
Elsewhere
fiiimd u copy
11 icnt (or the
30th, 19U.
ii    this Issue   will   be
ul tin*   auditor's state-
year ending November
A    careful examimiti in
Mr, M. A. Macdonald has announced tbat lie will move to Vancouver, where he will in future orac-
ticc as a member of the firm uf Rus-
sell, Kusseli and Hannington. The
law business of the firm of Harvey,
MeCarler.and Macdonald, with which
Mr. Macdonald has been connected
for the past live years will still le
continued iu Cranbrook. It is understood that a new member will, in
all probability, Im added to the
Cranbrook firm in the neai* future.
Mr. Macdonald leaves for Vancouvci
about tin* middle of January.
The above .statement will be read
with widespread regret thtcughoul
Kast Kootenay, when* Mr. M. A.
Macdonald lias established for lum
sell an enviable record as a lawyer
of the highest capacity. To Craubrook Mr. Macdonald's departure will
mean a very serious loss. During the
years he has resided in this cltj he
bas obtained the confidence and i-
tcem of bis fellow cltlsons to a
unite unusual degree.    In all mi tl ra
affecting the general welfare of the
city be bus always shown an active,
practical interest. It can very reasonably be said that in this instance Cranbrook's loss will be Vancouver's sain. Mr. Macdonald is
well qualified to take a position
among the brightest members of lhe
legal fraternity iu the terminal citv.
As a matter of fact, it has long heen
recognized that Mr. Macdonald's
legal attainments, both as counsel
and in an advisory capacity, fully entitled him to enter into tbe thick nf
tbo legal hattle at the commercial
capital of Hn* province   ,
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Macdonald will
carry wilh them to Vancouver the
sincere well Wishes of every resident
Ol Cranhrook city and districl. That
Mi Macdonald will there quickly
lake a foremost part in the work of
his profession ami in the public ■•:•■■
fails of the eily and province, is the
confident belief ot everj Cranbro tk
citi/en, who 1ms enjoyed the privilege
ol association with him in his numerous activities during his residence
In East Kootenay.
OF
STRONG PEELING l\ FAVOR OF
FURTHER RESTRICTIONS
UPON    INDISCRIMINATE
MOOTING
* make Uie maintenance of the ^atm*
protection wort sell Sustaining, Cnd-
.. existing conditions gams wardens
experience difficult)' In ascertaining
rother oi nol hunters the] encouat-
on iltcii nips ate reottj bona
ful**. ll with the license, a small
bun.hi ui bodge were Issued, to be
worn by lho  licensee, whose descrip-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ tion Hi uld hv .in iitoul in the offii*c.
[game wardens would he in a bettei
James Malts, ihe district gamel position to limit illegal shooting.
warden, who recenti\ speni tome Mi. Dates soyi thai Uw south
time on the south fork of tbe Elk tort ol the Klk river and Wigwam
river, Investigating den bunting eon creek, afford eicellenl wtntci ranges
dtlions, reports a great dial ol n- loi deet anil in his opinion It
disctiuiiiuite slaughter. Owing to would in* advisable to declare a close
tho early heavy snow tall, large num season extending over several years
hcis of deer were driven down into.foi those notions \noihei weak-
ipeclallj favored spots, such as iIh ness In Ihc present Game Act, to
soul It foik of Un- Klk, where Ihc) wWeli Mr, Bates made til-nun. was
were slaughtered in large nuinu?n the extcnl ol tho territory entrus -t
Mr. Ilaictt points oui thai the largi '" Uw respective game wardens,
number ol dew round In this looaltly which makes it pracUoally Impos-
doos not necessarily point lo nny slbio to adequntei] supervise them
lam increase in ibe herds, hm was The various matters referred lo
rather the consequence ol the unus ibove havo been discussed with mem-
uuily beavj [all o! snow, so rati-, in' heis ol   the   local (lame Protective'
the Season, ■'** W t.ti    ami,   informally,       have
At a special meeting ol the   Fcmlo mot with theii endorsement, in   dm*
Gome Protective association, held  lo course    formal    resolutions   dealing!
consider Ihis quist ion, ai which    Mr.   therewith will likely be'adopted   and. vided
Hates was presenl hy Invitation, tho forwarded to   Provincial flame War
matter wns very  carefully dlscussi I, den Bryan Williams,
of ili«- various items will show
decidedly satisfactory state of affairs; lu looking over the stale
menl it must be borne In mind thut,
owing to tbe change in tbe financial
year, several relatively large items
of revenue are not included, this applies, of c«urse, as well, to certain
items of expense, particularly lhe
•December salaries. Hut on tbe
whole, there is good reason to feel
gratified al tbe financial showing at
Uh close of this year. II will be
noted thai tliere was an appreciable
increase in Ibe amount collected foi
taxes, there being still some SU'JuU
outstanding. There was also a
marked increase in the revenue from
water. At the same time it will
Im* noted tbat the cost of maintaining the public school shows a mark
cd increase over tbe previous 'ear.
An unavoidable state of affairs, in
view of the steady growth ol tno
school population.
It will be noted that there is un
apparent wide discrepancy between
the totals of revenue obtained from
liquor licenses this*, year compared
with last. This condition is explicable on the ground that the licenses are payable in .luly antl December, and December's receipts arc
not yet to hand. There is an appreciable increase In the cost of
lire department maintenance, ••.in-
sequent upon Uie change to a permanent staff basis, introduced in October of HU0. That the ratepayers
have benefitted materially by Hie
large expenditure in 1910 on the
water works, in connection with the
lowering of tbe mains, is shown in
tlie decreased cost of maintenance
this year. Revenue from the water
works shows a large Increase.
With reference to the comparatively
small sum received from the government for school purposes, ft must   be
remembered that these payments
are made quarterly and that the
payment for the Jast quarter in
Ihis year will otilv come to hand this
month,
Tbe figures in connection with 'he
installation of the sewerage system
are specially interesting. They show-
thai despite much extra work. m-
provuleil foi in the <■ nr.ii.al is-
timates. tin* total coat to 'ate
has   only    exceeded     V amount
prowded hv some **■■
The various iter revenue and
expenditure, compa..M with those of
1910 glee unnnstakeable e\idence ot
tlt-e solid    growth of the city of
Cranbrook. and, all things consider..,!,
point unmistakably to the economical
administration of   the city's bUslnOSS
bv the retiring council.
MERRYMAKING IT MANISTEE
enjoyable   christmas
ti-.utainmkV;    •- -■
\ p 1.   ens CAMP.
thiol
the
theooncldslon arrived nt being thu
too great liberty of ties' net ion was
at present tolerated, and a resolution!
was adopted to the effect that the
ilcer hunting season should lie reduced at least two weeks, at lhe closing
em! of lhe Reason, nnd that the number of deer allowed to eacb gun be
reduced from five to two or three.
This resolution is said to meet
with the approval of flit per cent of
th* bona tide sportsmen through ml
Smith East Kootenay. ll is further contended, in the Interests of game
protection, thut a gun license should
he instituted, to Ik* taken out, as
well by   residents    as non-residents.
Tho enforcement of this license
would materially assist the game
wardens in tho prosecution of their
duties, and il would also assist     to
WINNERS ON TIIK TURF.
London, Deo. 27.—Figures just an-1
hounccd show that Lord Derby Ih'
the largest winner of purses on the
Knglish turf this year. His horses
won $213,61)0, tbe largest figures established In years. .1. H. -loci Is
second as u winning owner, .lames
It. Keen won $7x,inm. I
Crank Woolton again heads tho
winning jockeys. "Skeeis" Martin
leads the foreign riders with 12.25
per cenl ol victories.
W.   AllWi
uinoiig   Ihe
day.
■ il.   of    Klmhcrlcy,   was
city visitors on      Toes-
i specia I coi Fcspondcnce).
nn the night ti    Saturday, December Mrd, ■ very enjoyable nrtettatn-
ment  was provided hy the ladies and
children of   Oh* CYC I.   Co.'s camp,
Manistee,
A (nml wtts raised nffiOtlffll
employees and a generous supply
presents adorned an elalr-orutelj
totaled Christmas tree.
j Tlu* programme pro*. I lul by
I children and commuter was an 0h>
mailed success, the chair being taken al s p.m. hy Mr. W. W. Cottin*-
ham. Mrs. .1. Kricknon, Miss H.
Yeamell mid Mr. Waiter McKim nro*
'Xccllent instrumental musi.*,
while the Misses N Kogers, Itelle
Rogers, E. Rente!, A. Bentel, M.
Tinker, A. (Jraves, M. Nicolas. M
Sweet, ll. Yernell, K. Tinker .ind
Mesdames J. O. Hentel, .1. Kogers,
.1. Krickson, K. It. Graves, contributed a very effective programme, while
their efforts were ably seconded by
Masters Graven, Tinker, RenH,
Sweet, .1. and O. .lohnson, Nelson
and Messrs. Colt-brook and 0. Ferguson. ^^^^^^_
Great credit Ih due to the ladies
who worked untiringly to make the
entertainment a success, also to Mr.
A. l.inci In, mir well known chef and
his staff, who kindly contributed, the
use of the spacious dining hall and
provided a much appreciated supper
llie proceedings concluded with
n dance, music being provided hy
Mrs. .1. Krlckwm, Miss It. Yeamell,
1 Mr. l-emmcims-u snd Walter McKim.
1912
Nineteen twelve! Doesn't scorn possible, really, does It? Surely it was
only j'cstertlaj that we stood ut the
threshold of Iflll and wrote our resolutions upon the ureal white page
Years seem so long to those thai
look forward—so pitiably sbori to
those that look back. Standing
onco more ut the threshold of a
year, what a flood ol memories
pour into view. How much wc were
lu accomplish In the year tlmt is
dead, how nobly struggle and bow
proudly win' We were- nu weaklings
that stood bore when 1911 wus horn
uml gave our promise at. tlie crib.
The strength of purpose throbbed
within us.     We felt It and rejoiced.
What of the promise? What of the
purpose'.' What of the struggles to
be made and the triumphs to bc
wen? Have we fought tho titbit aud
kept the pledge? Has each succeeding month found us with something
of value acquired and somethiiiH of
merit done? Can wc look forward
wiih confidence based on our record
for lhe year that is gone? Does conscience approve   or chide us tonight?
So many have prospered in Ihc
year .that is gone. So many have
bravely locked horns with Adversity
and forced him to ilu* dusl. They
were not prodigies: the world docs
not applaud them as heroes; they
were just plain-going men with wills
tbat could not be broken.
Another year unfolds its pan* and
invites us to write. Fur into the
distance ihe months stretch away,
laden with promise for those that
will strive To every ono of us the
past is sounding a warninn—the future a message of encouragement and
assurance. We cannot bring had.
the wasted hours of the old year,
but we can make fruitful the precious
minutes of the new.
Blessed is New Year's with . its
sponge and pencil. Erase.the memories of folly and ueakqfrss and
place a record of wisdom ami
strength.
mm timk
Mr. Jacob A. ltiis, u student ol
child life and tbe author of many
books on educational and philanthropic subjects, has an article in the
October. Craftsman in which he advocates for city children an education of lhe hand as well as the head.
His point of view can be seen from
the following extract;
"Every school house in our cities
should havo its workshop thai'
should share tbe hot with the classroom, and the girl, too. All
children should be taught how to use
tools, nol to make mechanics of
ihem, but men. They all wot to
leam. Why is "Robins'* .Crusoe"
every normal boy'* '   .. Wh>    ait
tbc Scouts ■ popular'.' because ot
him they both mean doing things.
Making mud pies is good for children
because it is a first lesson in manual
training.
"We do not expect them lo become
bakers, hut as they pound their little
piles of sand we «ee initiative growing in them, i* * -8u*Jity, the very
thing '■•■ -gc "i machinery is doing
it*, nest to kill- Take bis scout's
trappings from him, try to choke off
the budding interest of life, and sie
how quickly Ihe lad escapes to the
si reel, if be cat., and joins the gang.
There, at least, he can Ih* himself,
lie ran choose his own leaders, he can
do something, -md if he doe- the
wrong thing, who is to blame'.' That
is one reason why his play is so important, it gives him a chance to
elpress himself. So do the tools he
works with. The world comes to
mean something lo lum. Tbe very
things his books tell him ol beet mc
real. Thoughts an* translated into
action, and witb experience comes
self-reliance. We think of Ihe skill
nl the mechanic us being cf the
hands We err, it is in tbe brain
which guides the band that the skill
resides. Manual training is, in fad
mental training. The boy finds himself ami knows what be wants to
do."
KLBUTffl POSTPONED
Tlie celebration to have been held
at Kort Steele tomorrow in honor of
the arrival of the Kooletmy Cenl ral
railway has been indefinitely postponed. This course has been considered advisable In view o( the
uncertainly of running a passenger
train over the track In Its present
condition. 1 nt il such time as the
track has been passed upon hy Ibe
governmenl Inspector and finally taken over by the C.P.R. Ibe proposed
celebration will remain In abeyance.
Doe notice will bo given In iheie
columns, once a definite dale (or the
celebration is decided upon.
"SAM" HUGHES AND BOURASSA
NEW     MINISTER     OP     MILITIA
PALLS FOUL OK THK MASTER OK THK ADMINISTRATION.
Ottawa ilespalchcs tell ot a lively
passage of arms between Hon. Sam
Hughes, minister of militia, and
licnri Bourossn. According to those
despatches, Henri Bourassa in Lo
Devoir attacks Hon. Sam Hughes
r his speech delivered in Montreal,       Mr. llourassa    says    Una
'the exuberant, irrepressible Colonel
Sum Hughes has come tu Montreal
to sound Hie tocsin of war. lie rode
about iu an automobile on pari of
the island of Montreal, and made a
choice of fifty suitable sites to construct barracks thereon. He Invited
2r>,(hi(i schoolboys to go ami      make
xcrciscs iu the in-Ill und learn lo
become dcbaiichcrs ami to play      the
fool Ut the expense of the slate. He
has drawn a mup of the country as
a vast held for the manoeuvres
where he proposes to enroll the ration and to teach them democratically llie art of stunting human *ramc
at a convenient, distance."
The following statement was landed out hy Colonel Hughes in answei
to    the attack of Mr. llourassa:
"Mr. llourassa would have been n
mode! fellow if he hail only been fortunate enough to have received a
military training. He is able, handsome, genial, well educated, careful
ami energetic; in short he possesses
very many of llu* essential qualities
of greatness. Only one thing is
lacking. Hud he been fortunate in
receive a military training, he wouii
have hail a hotter balance, a broaaei
and tolerant spirit and a more readily controlled mind. As it Is he
will come out all right. I like him
md always enjoy his attacks up,,'
mc. When he learns the great advantages of military training ami
practices that 1st will be truly a
great man. It will afford me the
greatest pleasure lo gazette him
major to command a squadron of
mounted rides or hussars, should ho
see ht to raise such a corps atid
qualify. 1 would be quite willing lo
lend him Turpin for a time lo assisl
him. '
DOUBLE MURDER IN NELSON
YOUNG     ENGLISHMAN   SHOOK
DOWN TWO MEN IN MANHATTAN   SALOON.
The confession of Albert P. Balsom
has solved the mystery of the
double murder which occurred in Nelson in Ibe early hours of Saturday
morning, when Caleb Barton ami
.lack Could were shot to death in
tho Manhattan saloon.
The sound of shots attracted the
police to ihe saloon about i o'clock
Saturday morning. They found Barton lying dead, with a bullet w und
in his head ami iw<"... ins stom.i.h,
and Oould was also dead, with Iwo
wounds.       A revolver laj beside the
dead    men       The place where the
h--dies lay was swimming with blood,
which also bespattered the walls.
Across the room lay llals.ea,
drenched in blood and bleeding profusely from wounds in his aim. He
appeal cl to be also Insensible, ..ml
said to llu* police, "It was the ntggei
who did it." Afterwards explaining
that a big negro had entered the saloon, demanded $20 and had imm ;l-
iately emptied the revolver al lhe
three niei. upon being refused.
The police detained Balsom, ana
immediately arrested a negro \ ho
was in bed asleep at the time. The
negro was afterwards released, and
it developed that Balsom's story aas
untrue, lie was then charged with
murder, niul soon afterward! math- a
written confession.
Ilalsom had been in the nloon F0I
i.tiipt.-*! to borrow $2n. but was re
fused. He waited outside until Barton and Oould locked tin* doon ol
ilie saloon and went to lUppci He
ihen apparently took an axe and
broke o|ten the door and rifled the
till. Turning his attention i» lh(
safe, he broke tiff tlie hinges a lul was
opening the door when Barton ami
Gould returned. He opened fire
mediately, wounding Ballon t ml
shooting   tiimid in   the     heat). A
struggle then commenced, m which
Barton was killed and Balsom was
injured.
The prisoner is n recent arrival
from England ami bas ., wife in Nelson. He worked for somo time in a
mine and earned *-"'>. which he
spent.
A meeting of the Cranbrook Poul-
tcy ami Pel stock association will ho
held next Tuesday evening in tho
Y M.C.A. committee    rooms.    Kveiy
member is rei|uetted to attend,
I
TOM Gill, lil, SECURES PROMISE OF 11
LEAST BUN FOR OWE
Tom   (
llie  eoasl
main her
ejections,
lend tin-
opens on
aven, M-I..A., wus up from
foi Christmas and will  re-
■ until after the mtiiiieip.il
when he will leave to al-
legislature,  which formally
January llth, hut will   not
got down lo real business before the
lath.
Mr. Caven has shown his continued
faith in Cranhrook by disposing ol
all his properly interests in the
coast, with, as he says, the intention
of sticking a little closer lo goml old
Cranhrook than he has done for *ome
lime past.
One of ihe most Important sales
effected by Mr. Caven was of his interest iu the West holme hotel, in
Vicloria, one of lhe newest ami mosl
up-to-date hostel rles on the coast.
Hi* disposed of his interests in this
hotel at a g"* d figure to Hugh
Springer, of Vancouver.
Whilsi Tom Caven has been standing a good deal of time on the coast.
dur}ng the past few mouths, he has
not been neglectful of the interesls
of Itis up-COUntry constituents. In
particular he has devoted a great deal
of time and al tent ion to the requirements ol settlers at Gateway, a;
rich, promising section of bis lanrj
constituency,   which is now recetvlngj
a great deal of attention fiom a very
desirable class of settler In the
first place Mr Co vet) made a borough survey of the territory, learning
at first hand the actual conditions
and requirements. He .hen -,<m
busy with Hon. Thu- Tayloi, minister ot public works, and as a result of Ins efforts, is now in a position uv announce that be has secured
a definite promise from tin* minister
of a sum of ai least (36,00(1 with
which to proceed with tin- construction of the badlj needed bridge
across the Kootenay river at Gateway. In this connectlnu, Mr. Caven
has also been working hard to po-
cure the minister's approval ol the
proposed t' t anhrot rk-Gatew ay i rank
load I p    to the present nothing
detinue has been sottfed, bul Caven
knows what he wants and what he
thinks his constituent* warn iu this
regard, and he Intends plugging way
until he converts the minlstei ol
public works to his point ol \u*w.
Tla* construction ol this budge and of
a direcl wagon road between this
city and 0*te*'ay would mean a very
great deal both to the many settlers
affected and to the business men of
this city.
OFFICERS OF   CRANBROOK   VMi
MoYlK LODGES JOINTLY
INSTALLED.
St. Johns • night was. as usual
fittingly commemorated by tbe Mi
sonic tratet'M'y in this dlfftricl
A special installation ceremony
was the feature of the celebration at
the local Masonic     temple,  t-he ncwlv
elected and appointed officers -if
Cranbrook and Movie lodges ben.;
Installed by W.P.M. pro. Ed. Elwell.
assisted by tlie immediate past masters nf the respective lodges. W Bro
Shonkland, Cranbrook,. and W. Bro
Ayres, Moyie.
The following wen* the elective officers Installed'
SELKIRK LODGE, MOYIE.
W. M.-H.  1. Lowes
S. W.-N. W. Burden
.1. w.—lohn Carfra.
Secretary—A. Cotter.
Treas.—II- Chapman.
Tyler—A. Cameron.
CRANBROOK  LODGE.
W. M.-l>. *I. McSweyn
S. W.—F. B. Miles.
.1. W,—Percy Coe.
Secretary—Stanley  Peck.
Treas.—R. B. Benedict
Tyler—A. Bell.
Inner Guard—T   11   Ben held.
A pleasing feature of the evenlcfjs
ceremony wa** the presentation >f
pasl masters' levels to three past
masters of Cranhrook lodge, W. Bros.
Elwell, Wilson and AUrtdge.
At the close of the lodge WOtk, an
adjournment was mode to the Imt-
nueitihg hall where nn excellent repast was enjoyed, followed by -Kings
ami speeches.
the leadership. Hut la* i** inclined lo
arrogance ami has pushed Ms claims
to advancement in rank too hard not
to have jarred other aspirant! for
earldoms So today he i- only ono
in the running, wfth at least two
powerful competitors—the Earl ot
Sel bourne, ex-high commissioner in
South Africa, and Earl Grey, ex-governor of Canada Both have strong
quaiifkatK'ns as Imperialists and
both are genial and tactful. So (ar
| Lord Seltx*uin«- has been mostng tbe
1 funning, for Tail Ore} in not hasty
in plunging into the dust of the arena
i and indeed has no* taker, any part in
, platform work at all. He is believ-
j-d to be an anti-bome ru>r. but his
I sympathies are strongly in the direction of social ref**»rni, a fact that
| mokes him all the more acceptable to
the young bloods of th** parliamentary opposition who contend the ('-in-
servotive partv must capture ihe
working class vote or go under.
C.   P.    K   OENERAI.    SUPERINTENDENT   MAY    ENTER
DOMINION GOVERNMENT SERVICE
GREY Mil SUGCEEO
SPOKEN  OF AS  NEW LEADER
OF UH ( ONSBRVATIVE
PEERS,
Ottawa, Dec. 27 —Tl.-e minister of
railways has nothing to say as to
the report that General Superintendent GoteUus Is to leaw- tli*- service of
the Canadian Pacific to enter tbe
service of the government with pn*
eral charge, oi    the departmmi       ut
1 railways    and    canals        Hon. Mr.
I Cochrane neither couftinu noi acntos
the story.
1    According to reports, Mr. Gutritujt,
j who began his railway career with
Pennsylvania lines arid has served the
c.p.R. in all paiis of Canada, is w
be given a salary of 116,000 and in
to exercise supervision over all
branches ol Um department, Including
the engineering broach
The fact seems to in- that the •(ov-
ernrncnt does want Mr Gotella and
is prepared to offer Mm sUoOtontW
induttTiiehts. but tbe BtOrj emanating
from Montreal is Ineofltct in *oine
particulars.
Lonnon, Dec. 27.—Political circles
are discussing who win succeed Lord
Lansdowne as Conservative leader in
the house of lords. For it is now
generally understood he is .seekim*; to
follow Arthur .lames Balfour, the cv
tcadi-r :n the commons, into retire*
ment, f"i reasons oi health.
Lord Lansdowne is not robusl ut
tin* best ol times and lately his stxu
years ban* been pressing moro harshly
than ever. He shares Mi* Balfour's
desire, therefore, to glvo way to new
steersmen and to retire to tlie quiet
of the country. In thai he is a toi-
lunate man, lor he owns 1111,000
acres ami has palatial homes not
merely In London hut iu Wiltshire,
Perthshire nnd   Count] Kerry      as
well
If the question of his successor had
pressed In Wm early summer very
likely Lord Cur/on would have     won
KNIGHTHOOD TOR BORDBH.
Ottawa, Dec. -7—According to information received In * ittawa
through the English mail, Hoo. R.
L. Borden will lie Su Robert Laird
Borden after the distribution of New
Vear honors,
case must, of ■
King, without    ant  n
from Ottawa
Tin* h-'ii.'i in this
■use, come from tbo
commendation
COTTON   SPINNERS   LOCKOUT,
Maiiiln-stei, Eng,, Dec, 27-Vhe
committee ol the Lancashire Cotton
Spinners Manufacturers association
[dcetdjOd to lock onl all worker*, in
tlw mills helotiL'inc to th"' Kedcration
liegiiKiing today. Tbe lockout is ^
protect against ihe attempts of 'ho
i not belofls>
join       their
trade kjslpns lot   ■
ing    to *jhe  union	
t   ihan 100.000 operatives
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Division II.
Flora Baldwin.
llivisiim 1.—
Grace Battlget/1
Miss Dlcli    	
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98.20
Pleasant BlnWcy
Division II.—
Miua Carson
Miss Close    	
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Irene Elmer
Division III.—
Douglas l-'inniss
Miss I,. Close 	
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88.97
Delia Greaves
llivisiim IV.—
Hazel (iiiiiith
Miss  Sutlaby
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113.17
Willie l.eainaii
Division X-
Marion Lcltch
Miss   lllscocks   .
fill
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Italnslord Parks.
Division VI.—
Mabel Turner.
Miss    Cartwriglil
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Go ill on Wnllingcr.
llivisiim VII.—
Noel Walllngcr.
Miss  I'.'asl.ni
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Division III
Miss Tliompson ...
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11.60
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Helen BrldgC8,
I.. .1. Cranston ..
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88.00
Bradford Carson.
Willie Daniels.
unit
366.12
80.7a
Bernadelte Doyle.
Milo Drummond.
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wins
Nellie Martellais.
Nelson Shield Ini
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Alex. Meimie.
Lottie Moore.
PERFECT ATTENDANT
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Norma Moser.
Grenvillo Musser.
John Noble.
Prank Damforil
Allies Reekie,
Percy Banlgett
Gladys Spence.
l.'li ronco llul Iiiu
Gordon Taylor.
M.uili.i Bennett
Merle Taylor.
Mi-llinil Carson.
Doris Walllngcr.
Prances Dliiiniiiimil
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Marguerite Druini
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Division I\
Louise Kltncr
Howard Armstrong
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Harold Kay.
Allan Laeey.
Lillian McCreaily.
Mabel McOoldrlc,
Nclllo MoKenna.
Nettie Robinson.
Florence Kutledtje.
Dewey McNeil.
May Smith.
Crosslin- Taylor.
Kilwnrd Tumor.
.lolin Turner.
Violot Simpson.
Lily Lancaster.
Everett Wilson
Arthur Willis.
Division V.
Eleanor Aulieriin.
Irene Bernard.
Mathilda Brault.
.1,ilm llrakc.
Mull Blng,
I rem' Beech.
Eddie Brown.
Austin Ohapman,
Charles Clapp.
Clirlstlno t'arsnn.
Harold Kummor.
.Iuiiiho Hopkins.
Margaret .Morrison.
Ilatlie Hollander.
Lililll Lewis.
Hoy Robichaud.
David Reekie,
Doris Sainsbury.
Therza .lohnson.
Muriel Walllngcr.
Rosa Lum.
I i.iviil Watson,
lima Ward.
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On Jan. 2nd our Annual Clearing Out Sale of
Crockery, China and
Glassware
will begin and will last through the entire month.
25 %jm Everything
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except Limoges China, on which we offer 15 per cent.   There will be
bargains you can't afford to miss.    Read this:—
■HO.00 I'INN'KIl SETS for  ''^rJilOrVt
-S-'-Juo     ,io.        ,1,,.      16.50
Hi.OO     ,lo. d<>.      12.00
12.00 Tl )1LET SETS for            ft.00
6.00     iln. iln        -1.50
8.60     do. ilo        2.05
Five o'clock Tea Sets, Bori-Bon Dishes, Hundreds of Cups and
Saucers, Chocolate Sets, Celery and Salad Bowls, Glass Jugs, Nappies.
Syrup and Vinegar Cruets, everything will be cut down, in many cases
below cost.
Ourselves and staff wish to thank our many friends and customers lor their good wishes and extensive Christmas business
and wish you all
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Campbell & Manning
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Division VI.
Mario Bnrtlam.
Nina Belanger.
Kathleen Brown.
Mary Carson.
Marion Drummond.
Clortrudc Hopkins.
Margaret Laeey.
Sadie Laccy.
CHlbert Moser.
Edith Murgatroyd.
Hugh McDonald.
Barrio McDonald.
Epic MacKinnon,
wilinn Parts.
Mali Qui nil Kim.
Flossie KnhiTlson.
Palmer llutlcdgo.
Alma Sin vis.
Hliv  Sci.lt.
Cyril Silby.
Kvn. 11   Williamson.
Hugh 11.11111..ii
Dlvlsli 11 VII.
Homer Anlii'iiiii.
Leonard Burton,
Elizabeth Cliopmnn.
Margaret Carr,
Donald Dallas.
Joseph Frost.
Alfred .Inline.
.fames Kcmball.
Thomas Reekie.
Hope Taylor.
Bcrtlo Townscnd.
May Lancaster.
Malcolm Belanger.
Raymond Brault.
May Brake
Wong Quon.
Samuel Watson.
Gladys Shaekleton.
Charles Musser.
Gertrude. Willis.
Division VIIL
Oordon Armstrong.
Albert AuhirlIn.
Lena Brogan.
Omcr Bernard.
Vera Baxter.
Loyd Boss.
Ivan Brueh.
(labriclla llaniillon.
Freddie lliiccs.
Hector Hciliimnn.
Stanley Kenlholl.
James Logan.
Tlircsa Lncey.
Donald Morrison.
Peggy McLaren.
Nellie Moore.
Marina MacKinnon.
Mina Moore.
Patricia McDermot.
Michnt'l Moore.
Lcnorc Hill.
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apples, which have an, excellent re- .
piilation on the market. Mr, Alex, j
McNeill will speak on "The Progress \]
of t'o-operalivo Associations." \ •
report will he received [rom Mr. W.' '
II. Bunting, wlm was appointed Iiy •
lhe Dominion government aboul a ]
year ago to make a special inquiry .
into fruitgrowing conditions in Can* |
ada and the northern stales.
The delegates ol the Iiriiisli Columbia Fruitgrowers' associattoo aro lo
be selected al the annual mooting,
which will lie held in Viclorin nt tbe
end of January.
Imperial Bank of Canada
HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED
CAPITAL SUBSCRIBED
CAPITAL PAID UP     -
RESERVE FUND
TOTAL ASSETS
$10,000,000.00
6,000,000.00
5,996,900.00
5,996,900.00
$72,000,000.00
ll. II. WILKIE, President.
II11N. ItOBEBT JAl'FllAY, Vice-President
Every   latully    has newt ot a good, l
reliable liniment.    For sprains, linns.
es, soreness of tho muscles and iheii-1
matte pains there is none heller ti.au
Chamberlain's,      Sold by all    dealers, mu
FOB ItENT.-Very largo warehouse suitable for furniture, pianos,
feed, etc; $111 per inoiith. Apply
llcrah! office. 17-tl*
beforo  v., i      TtflaVtOvlnce on    the
prosorrl orcan.n will ',;, SfcsSQgen dde*
DOMINI FIT CONVENTION
BRITISH  COLUMBIA    WILL ASK
FOR    STANDARD    SIZE
BOXES AM) AMENDMENT  TO    FRUIT
MAItKS ACT.
British Columbia will have one
two proposals nf importance lo put
beforo tlif convention of fruit growers which has been arrange*! by tht?
Dominion government to meet in Ottawa on February 2H-22 inclusive.
This will lie the third assembly of lhe
kind to In* li.M under the auspices ol
lhe Dominion department of agriculture, Uu second Iiaving occurred Fix
years >5> ■ -j.-jj..__the first :*nt»ie years
mi mTtWu -pvince oi
)cca*.M'ti will KB .'ymtxy
gates, one ol whom wilt be fi imi i,lif
provincial depart ment of agriculture
and llie others from the llritish
lumliia Fruitgrowers' association,
The ililcgates (rom this province intend to sticvt'st that the apple boxes
now in i'l' iii British Columbia bc
made a ■' nilard icj;V jj^c (or .lie
whole t■; Canada. TbV» .,"**- ^
ask tha Mi- Fruit Maik.s Act be
amended so that in ihc -rnvliiig rf
apples there shall not bc so much
emphasis laid upon size hui that perfect apples of tbi1 smaller dessert
sizes shall he accorded as No. 1 grading. The fruitgrowers of this prov*
ince also think there sbonld In* more
rJMpectors ou the prairies and nt
shippiti-*; points ami at least one additional inspector In the Okanagan
listrict-
As to changes in tbe tariff, there ts
1 ililTiTfiicc of opinion among provincial fruit men. tSomc think tint
fruit nfiords an excellent opportunity
nf establishing a reciprocity pollcy
by raising the Canadian duty to the
level of thai of the I nited States.
As matters now stand, it is claimed
tbtt itiilisb Columbia fndt from
Interior points can not cotnpoto with
t'niled stales (mis iu coast -jities.
United Slates fruits iu coast cities.
the proper way to meet this difficulty is by securing a reduced tr.-tjht
rate fioit interior points to the
coast, ai.t! correspondence looking lo
this resull Is now in progress with
the CjP.R. Freight rates now horn
Wenatchee and Yakima to the coast
are lower than from the Interior of
this province, but many of the fruitgrowers feel that if equality were seemed in this respect there would bc
no particular occasion for nny increase of the duty.
Thi* programme of the convention
will Include n number of interesting
addresses.       Prof.     W.    T.   Mac.itiii,
Dominion   horticulturist,  will opsak
on "Progress in the Development ot
Hardier Varieties of Apples." It in
largely due to the experimental work
ol Professor Macoun tbat Canada has
originated several hardy vnrlcMri   ol
La Grippe
Pneumonia and Colds exhaust iti
the short iieriotl of their course
more of tlie nerve tissues of tlit-
body than weeks of hard work.
The sense of full health will not
be regained until the excessive
waste of the nerve fibres has
been replenished. This cau best
be done by
Asaya-NeurallK-
THE     N E W     REMEDY     FOP
Nervous Exhaustion
which contains I,.cilhin (concentrated from thousands of
eggs), the form of phosphorus
required for nerve repair.
"Asayn - Neurall" fetils the
nerves, quickens lhe appetite,al< In
digestion, induces sleep, aud soon
restores full nerve vitality.
The beneficial effects are evident almost with the first dose,
DEATTIB-MORPHY CO.
Druggists, Cranbrook, U. C,
r*av|.*il,n*.rpncec.*.. Bole lift. . Monlrc ,
Write tliem for free b<vik on Nervous
H.liau.tion.
Accounts of Corporations, Municipalities, Merchants
farmers and Privato Individuals invited.
Droits nml Lottorsof Credit issued available in any purl of
the world.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT — Special attention
given to Savings Hnnk Accounts. Deposits of tl.oO and
upwards received and interest allowed from date of deposil.
Cranbrook Branch: !). W. SUPPLE, Mgr.
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# Thu Place that is Popular
♦ (rood as the Best
♦ Hotter than thu Hesl
j The Cosmopolitan
z If you conio oneo,
♦ Vou will come again.
Z E. H. SMALL, PnoPBIETOR
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* Ineornurntail 181111
t                HEAD OFFICE      -     MONTREAL, QUEBEC
♦ Capital Paid Up $6,300,000 Reserve $6,900,000
2                           Total Assets, Over $95,000,000
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HOLT, President      K. I.. PKA8K, General Msnstjer
Accounts of Kii-iiis, t'oriuirntinsis mi.I Imlividnnle sohcilcil.
nm-.if town business receives evory attention.
SAVINGS REPARTMENT-DepoellBof ti.eo snd upwards received
and interest allowed at current rule.   No formalin- or delay in
withdrawing.
A General Banking Busincastranaacted.
B. 0'CONNfil.L, Manager
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V SUB-DIVISION
Cranbrook, B. C.
This beautiful new Sub-Division of the
City of Cranbrook is now on the market.
.^tfgf^-it is situated on the high rolling land to
„., *h* —jth of the City between Fenwick
and Durick Avenues, 10 minutes walk
from Post Office.
Lots 33 ft. x 130 ft.
PRICE:
Corner Lots, $100.00
Inside Lots,    $75.00
Terms: One-Third Cash.   Balance 6 and
12 months.   Interest, 8 per cent
D. D. McLAWS
Real Estate
Cranbrook Hotel Block
Insurance
Cranbrook, B. C.
.L THB   (JUAN-SHOOK   nERALIi
John B. Stetson Best American Hats,
sold everywhere at $5.00 M Qfl
Sale price *Vi».y\)
Vour Choice of any Man's Hat in  the
house.   All Ihe $3,00 and     1 At
$3.50 grades, choice
"Tooke's" Shirts, regular $1.25, $1.50
and $1.75 values, ne„
Sale price
Men's Heavy All Wool Nibbed Underwear, Shirts or Drawers        IZn
Sale price
Men's Sanitary  Fleece-lined  Winter
Underwear, per garment        ic„
Sale Price
Men's Heavy Knitted Sweaters the
regular $1.50 and $2 grades,   *?r^
to be closed out at
Men's Fine Shoes in Patent Leather,
Vici Kid or Box Calf, McPherson's
and other Best Canadian a. .-
makes $5.00 and $5.50    «P < I k
values, sale price
Men's Fine Kid Shoes
Congress style,
Regular $400 values
$2.85
Men's  "Just   Wright" Shoes in all
the Latest American Lists, best
$6.00 Shoe made
$4.55
$1.00 Men's Slippers
at this sale
$1.50 Men's Slippers
at this sale
$2.00 Men's Slippers
at this sale
. 75c
$1.05
$1.55
Cash  Rat<
Sale !
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More Bargains! Bigger Bargains
A tinal Clean Sweep ot All Winter Merchandise,
Clothing, Underwear, Sweaters, Flannel Shirts,
Hats, Caps, Gloves, and Boots and Shoes for Men,
Women and Children. Everything in the Store to be
Sold at a Lower Price during the Cash Raising Sale.
HURRY! Buy nowwhile the buying is good. Buy at A. C.
PYE'S, where you can get double action for your money. We
are not looking for profit but WE MUST RAISE CASH.
This is not a sale of old stock or job lots! Everything is Fresh, New and Up-to-
date. Any store can offer baits or leaders—this is not our way of doing—when we
say sale, it means a bona-fide radical reduction on Everything, without a single exception. This is the system that has made A. C. Pye's the busiest store in
Cranbrook.
..fibred
-»(Ts Suits
■ our Choice
for
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♦ $19.00 and $20.00
♦ Men's Suits all
I reduced lo
416.50
$21.00
$12.80
Closing Out All
BOYS' SUITS
At Almost Half Price
Men's Wool Sox. Extra heavv    ")fir
weight, sale price, pair £UC
Men's Fine Cashmere Sox, all wool,
Fast Black, the 35c quality      _ _
at      ...      .        25C
Men's Grey Wool Underwear Shepherd
English Make, medium weight, UK-
regular price is $2.50 per _ _
suit, sale price, per garmenl    yjC
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Less Money"
A. C. PYE
CRANBROOK,
B.C.
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Goods for
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Shepherd White Lamb's Wool Underwear, worth $5.00 a suit     ^.   *
sale price, per garment       <pl.05
Now is the time to
Order a New Suit.
In order to keep
our Tailors busy
for this month we
shall take orders
at very low prices.
First Class Work
Only.
BULL RIVER FALLS
(Special correspondence)
James Bryan, of Coeur a"Atone,
Idaho, lias baleen over the manage
ment of tlu* new C.P.R, tie camp
on Douglas ranch and is busy build
ing cook and hnnk houses for the accommodation of liis nun.
.lame* Popple is lit I ing up a
lunch counter lu order to accommodate tho many travelers going lo and
from the upper camps.
Santa Claus bas been very hu*y
the past week making preparations
tor a Christmas tree, ami entertainment here in camp. Hi** efforts
wore successful and we wero royaltj
entertained. \ mosl enjoyable ".ime
was provided for both old and
young. The i'in i-1 nuts tree was
beautifully 11 inuned nml evoi rood)
received a present Irom oft IIs
branches.
Mt. Kelson and Mi West,in were
guests of the eamp over Christmas
ami we endeavored to mai ■ ih< ii
stay wiih us one of pleasure
Mrs. Harry Henderson, noted ;•<
being one among the wry besi cooks
iu II. C. displayed Inr arl In prepai
mt a fine Christmas dinner, A bap
pier loi ot guest* would bo har.l
to iiml Burroundlng a tablo, spread
with Its burden ol all the good
things Imaginable.     Thanks, Mamie,
The hall thai was almost constnnt-
U kepi wai m with dances lasi   win
ter apparently has been lorsaken.
However, after we supposed the pleasures of Christmas were past. anil
none, ami we were silently reposing
in peaceful rest, wn were awakened
ity a jolly crowd from Bull River
bridge, "ho had come over tor a
good time. Knowing that there was
no stove in the hall they provided
themselves with a stove pipe and
lunch before starting. About Mteen
couples can testify to a court of in-
i-uit*. that it was one ol the mast
pleasurable events ol their lives.
fiscal .sanity would help some. If the
tarifl preference to lift > per conl
bossing road-making for the grea cr
Liberal party favors the control and
decline of a hundred thousand in the
number of people actually engartxl In
fanning in this province. Tliat esti-
niate was ridiculed by some to whom
tlie growth of great cities is the one
riticf cod of civilization. The returns
by counties   prove that   it was under
Population,
1901.
rather than over the mark.
Here are the figures lor seven typical farming counties In Ontario, none
of them, except Middlesex, close to
ihe attraction uf a large center of
population, ami all of them excellent
farming districts that should not
only have held their own in population during the past decade, but Increased. The actual results make
melancholy reading:
Population,
I'lll.
DEM! OF H1L OH
THE   TORONTO    QLODE   VIGOROUSLY DISCUSSES SERlOl S
TOPIC.
Tho publication ol thr wn»u» Ogurra,
b) counties ha* broughl home to ttu* (
people ..I tins province llu* Isct   ihnl
rural Ontario, liK.* rural New     .-Inc-
land, I. stagnating, ami it ia to    he
feared in nol a  l.-w sections actual!)
dei .1. Ing,   say. the Toronto    *; I..t,.*
There must be ihouaanda ol abandon.
,..l I.nm houses ni iintiiii.i Hun       a
generation  ago sheltered tlw chili1***:
ol  tbc  turn   who cleared    the si..
Wlii'ii thi' rt-iisus fiifirea as In    titans^
wero [tiililislnil tliu*,' months ag"  The]
i;i.iii..    expressed   iln*   oplnton that
eomplelo returns   would Indicate     a
Bruce  	
Huron 	
lltry     	
Prontcnac   	
Middlesex 	
Eorfolk 	
Primv Edward
Tnials 	
SH.tilu
. 61,820
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..24,746
. M.ilili
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27,801
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60,035
53,011
(15.8711
21,911
511,7115
27,170
17 ::
285,(177
3,975
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Tins decline ot almost ten per cent
in these typical farming couniies
sbonld set Ihc public men ol Ontario
Ibinking What caused It? How
ran il be remedied? There is r.o
doubt al all as ti. whal Iins caused
It. Rural Ontario has been bled
while by tht- rush to the cities an*
to the new rSQthvpJ thi- wcs\ ,.i '"'lit1
*''r**i,n.s of tlie' out Homestead
were eclipsed hy Ihc Rlarc of To*
ronto's electric lights and hy the
opportunlt) ..f participating in the
rapid Increase of pralrlc laml values.
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One Nil*hi Only and Special Matinee Saturday, Dec. 30  ♦   FRIDAY DECEMBER 29th
COMING     THE GREAT DRAMATIC EVENT OP THE
ENTIRE BKABON
 X
it. A. .loiui-i'ti presents
MR.  SANFORD DODGE
Supported iiy
MISS    ADELE   NICK ERSON
Ami an excellent Company, vill present hit* new Canadian Piny,
dramatised hy Eugene Preflb'ty irom Sir GiUert Parker*! hook
: Saturday Night: "The Right of Way "
!  Saturday Matinee at 2.30: "The Merchant of Venice"  ♦
ORIGINAL
: DIXIE JUBILEE
I   CONCERT COMPANY
Not the Williams Concert
Company, but the best
Company of Colored
Musical Talent
in tho World
Elaborate Mcenlc Production.   Elegant Coalnmes.   W'omlerltil
Electrical Effeeta
A Guaranteed Attraction.  Crowded House. Everywhere
*  Comprised of Ibe Highest Type
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Secure, your Scuta early.   Heats now on anlo at lleatty-Murtdir
Co.'s Drag Hloie	
NICHT PRICES: SOC. AND 76C.    •    RESERVED SEATS $1,00
MATINEE: CHILDREN 2SC, ADULTS, SOC.
of College Bred Negro
Talent
ORIGINAL AND COMIC SELECTIONS
Prices. 50c. and 75c.
And the natural drawing power of
ilh* eilies ami factory towns was increased by a tarifl that save the city
dweller tlu* advantage of artificially
enhanced prices lor .iis products,
while forcing Ihe fa"**** to sell his
surplus, n-to-fi  ilu* home market     was
■Vpued) in the world's open mart*?
at free trade prices. The farmers ot
Ontario have been getting the worst
of it in hoth buying antl selling, and
the census story ol depopulation—in
spite of the boasted home market—ia
the result.
What is the remedy? A return to
fiseal sanity would help some. II lho
farmer in the saert-d name ot patriotism is to give up all prospect cl
selling his products in lhe market of
hm choice, the manufacturer on his
part must give up his excessive profits. An Increase" in the Hritish
tariff prcfoccncu to fifty per c*nt
would Im* an excellent tonic for rural
Ontario. The reduction in the tarifl
so obtained might not resull in a
very great increase in the Importation of liritisli goods, hut it would
bring down the cost of Canadian
goods now* protected ity excessivirilities to a more moderate level.
Another remedy is the improvement
ot tbe conditions of rural life. It .s a
most humiliating thing tnat m large
portions of Ontario, settled for a
century or more i*y-.oreeful Anglo-
Saxons, there are weeks in the spring
ami fall when the roads are impassable, hi the days of grain growing
bad roads did not matter so much,
because the grain could be held for
sleighing, but in these days of
creameries nnd cheese factories and
poultry farms, involving the marketing of products daily, had roads are
a tremendous disability. The Seven
Sleepers in Queen's Park have been
bossing road-making foi th greater
pail of Hit* past decade. They must
lie proud of the results of Iheir Aork
as reflected in tbe census returns.
TIIK LADIES OK CRANBROOK
MAY NOW HAVE BEAUTIFUL
IIA1H - THK CRANBROOK
DRUG AND DOOK CO., LTD.,
HAS TIIK ARTICLE AND
GUARANTEES IT TO GROW
HAIR, OR REFCND YOUR
MONEY.
The Cranbrook Drug ami Houk Co.,
Ltd.. backed up by the manufacturers
of SALVIA, the Great Hair Grower,
guarantees it to grow hair.
SALVIA   destroys dandruff in   ten i
days.
The roots of the hair arc so nourished and feil that a new crop of hair j
springs up, to the amazement and de- j
light of the user. The hair is made
soft and Hully. Like all American
preparations SALVIA is daintily perfumed. It is hard to find an actress
who does not use SALVIA continually.
Ladies of society and Influence use
no other.
SALVIA is a non-sticky preparation, and is the (adies" favorite. A
large, generous bottle, 50c. The Sco-
bcll Drug Co., St. Catharines, Canadian distributors.
hauling     "the   king's   navee"    with] his    developed sense of responsibility
right good will. and the mastery of detail he bas dis-
They say in the inner Liberal clrc-1 played in every department Ik* has
les that he baa abandoned his ambi- J handled, and they are many. If he
tion to be chancellor of th*- cliche- ' now essabliehea increased confidence
quer and now aims at succeeding < in the navy without materially hoost-
Premier Asquith. Af present Lloyd-j ing taxation he will have advanced
George would have the option of the)Us prospects oonsMerably towards
premiership if Mr. Asquith decided toi the realisation of his ambition,
quit, but time    is    on   the  side of 1 t
Churchill and if   his health holds ou* j    yr*u     PFNT—Verv
he is a likely winner.
The    chancelloi   for all his tactful- noose
ness, has a good   many critics in his
own     party    and   they are ranging
themselves behind Churchill, eitolllng  Herald office
for    REST.—Very   tarns
suitable for furniture,
feed,    etc ,    110 per month.
Apply
tt-tl*
Still another remedy for rural tie-
population is the placing of a telephone service within the reach of
every farmer in the province. The
Liberal parly favors the control mid
operation of telephone lines by Hie
province, believing that only in 'his
way can the full benefits oi the
telephone in buying and selling i.ml
in social intercourse lie extended lo
the farming population.
The decay of rural Ontario will
continue so long as tin* basic fiscal
conditions if tin* country remain Bi
they are. The census figures prove
that Ontario is producing yearly
many millions of dollars less of Tool
stuffs than it produced ten years igo,
aud that despite the abnormal
growth of the consuming urban population. By yelling "treason" at Ihe
men who sought to find new and profitable markets lor farm product' ..ml
thus stimulate the growth of rural
population the Tory press may vin
elections and the applause ol 'ho
though! less, Imt it will not reslir.*
to the land Ontario's lost legion.
■ I        —
Bargains on Toys
251 Discount
Off All Toys left over from
Christmas
MUST BE CLEARED OUT BV JAN. Ist
THE PALM
McKAY & JACKSON    •    Proprietors
AIMS TO SUCOEED ASQUITH AS
PREMIER OF GREAT
BRITAIN.
London, Dec. 27,—After Chancellor
Lloyd-George, Winston Churohlll remains the mast interesting personality in the British government. At
the age of 37, after a variety of
successes that would satiate anyone
not a glutton fot comlmt, he is ovei*
Just Looking At It j
if) enough to give people a
longing for some of our
nteatfl. Jut-t one tat-te ol it
ia enough to make them
rtBolve to huy all their
meat here hereafter. Ami
when they find onr prleei
are no higher than thoie of
ordinary meat* their reno-
lotion is clim-hed. Come,
look and Ion*,-.
P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.
!
ORANBROOK,' li. C.
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^•♦••♦♦♦♦l THK   CHAN BROOK   HERALD
uffer
EDITORIAL NOTtS
Before another Issue ol llie Ilcralil
lllll will liovt- tun il* course, wo
Uioretoro lake lliis opporliinlL*, ..I expressing tlio wisli lhal 1012 may
prove a good year t.i nil our readers.
In tin- words ol iln- iiiniii.it.il Dickons: "Nexl lo Christmas llm ttit*
must plrnsnnl minimi epoeli in exist-
Mice I* ilif oilvenl ..I Hit' New
Vear." Mnj ll prove audi lo the
Hornld's man) readers tin minimal
South Kasl Kootenay.
Olnnclng backwnrd over the iin*i
twelve months wo musl admll lhal,
i,n tlif whole, thej represent n period
i,l siilisianti.i! prosperity, so far as
tins section nl lho province is ron-
cornod, at any rate Whilst il is only too triif lhal Uw eloso ol tho
year does nol iiml our greal lumbering Industry in as actively a pi'os-
perous foniliiimi us its well wishers
could itoslre, still lho past season
was .,   laiilt active one ami    during
n   loiisim-ulilf    |if I nl   lho yeai,
sales wero above llie average. The tu-
t ut-.- is admittedly bright. Nexl
spiinn is expected to witness a iiulte
unprecedented demand for lumber, anil
willi   adequate   oust i regulations,
ti, |,rovcnl lhe slaughtering ol I . M.
Iiimlift on the V.rlluu'si market, thi
1 ner munufneturors ol South   Kasl
Kootena) should reap a well earned
harvest. Tho long prolonged coal
strike was another incident of 'lie
past year thai certainly did not inakt
for Ihf general prosperity. How-
over, lhal is now, happily, a tiling
ol the pasl. Work has been resumed in     all the collieries  n    lerma
Hml it is hoped ami expected "ill
mean a long period <»f Intense activity.        Metalliferous   mining      was
never In n mora prospc s condition
in llritish Columbia than it is in-
day. From all sections comes word
ol tin- resumption of operations on
properties, whicli for a long time
past have been idle. Then, is the best
possible prosprcl ol mi early solution
nl the problem ol economical treats
ment of    llle /iiniferons ores of    the
Koolcnays, s .tiling lhal means    a
very greal     deal to the wl I
Southern liritisli Columbia, bul particularly to the soiiili eastern t
tion thcreol. l.nnd settlement is
progressing apace and with 'ho
complotioit of tli<. Kootenay Central
railway it may be confidently anticipated llial there will lie a large in
flux of new scalers into the Win.
dermcrc Valley. The cumin south
of llle Crows Nest Pass line is also
filling up rapidly and a ith lhe eon-
S'tnielioii ol 111., fliiyiiis Lake blanch
and the completion ol one or two id
ililii.nal stretches ol highway, such ns
the wagon rood between Cranhrook
and Halfway, settlement willpto
ceed with oven greater activity.
Locally there is every reason li
look back ovei the past yeai Willi
satisfaction. Crnnbrook has grown
in a very substantial manner. \
start has lieen made on buildings ol
a permanent chaoajtcr, ami Irom
now ,,ii we may look lor numerous
additions I., the handsome brh
stone am! cement structures thai
were ereetoil during mil. A good
siarl has been mado on ihe Installation of a thoroughly up to-dntc WW
eragc system. In mam otlici rilreo
lions, whieh space will nol permil ol
reference  being    made t...   thero    is
eviileiiff      ol      lhe  in.,. I   salislactoiy
nature that Cranbrook is making
aound growth Tlie Herald loots tho
utmost confidence in predicting
New Vear of increased prosperity nnd
earnestly hopes lhal all it., readers
mav shale therein.
BOWLING.
With the sending of a competent
team to Nelson interest in the loeal
alleys has Increased during the past
week.
One    ol Ilie   surprises ol      tin
week was the nam,. Tuesdai night
totWOPrl the Tiger, llllll llamlileis
These ale liolli Coming trams ud
broke llie alley ri*-..rils tor seme, the
Ramblers being high with Mil, Tie-
era 2851. The Tigeis won. however,
Iwo ol llle three sliinns. The work
of   tbe Stephens brothers for       the
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i; Chapman's Agency:
Repair Dcparlmenl
.11 Kinds ol Furniture Kcpalrel
Upholslcrini, Mallrcsa Waklnr.
Now Is lhe time to have ynur work
lone, helore Ihc rash herlna.
;:Chapman'sAgency;;
i, Norbsry Atme, Nur the tudlli bui |
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157 pim?
the three game
ens   ol  Crnnbrook,   bis total   being
in.
IIAULTA1N   FOR THK IIIONCIl.
Ilcginn, Dec. 117.—Chlel Justice
Wettmoro Is lo retire March i. "ii
lull pay, having completed twenty-
live years' eonliiiiioiis service, it is
understood llial he will he succeeded
l,v !•'. Vi. ll. Ilaiiltiiin, leodei ol the
Saskatchewan   Conservatives,     who,
i  is said,    has accepted tlm govorn-
uenl's offer of the position
The news    has lieen kept nlllol owing to the    possibility nl a    general
leet ion ill Saskatchewan.
HOCKEY
lhe inst hockey game ol the sea
son will occur New Year's afternoon
between Cranbrook and Macleod. The
Maeleoil team were lhe provincial
champions of Alberta Inst year, ami
Cranbrook won lho Crows Nesl
championship. The local boys are
lining up strong for this game,
whieli should Im holly contested.
At it .'in a.m. on i inisliiiiis 'Uiy
I...,. linn..hi Thompson, ol Kalispe.U,
Mont., and Miss Alma W. Miller, oi
Wasa, B.C., were united in marriage
.ii tin- mnnse hy llev C. 0. Ilaln.
llie happy couple hit Immediately
Im the bride's homo whore limy will
iiicnd Hm holidays, alter wbieh they
will go lo Knllspefl, Moniaun, where
Mr. Thompson is owner of a ranch.
CHURCH  COLUMN
CATHOLIC CHURCH.
Sundays— Low mass at 8.30 n.tu.,
nigh mass, 10.30 a.m.; Sunday schoo
Irom 2 lo 3 p.m.; Koimry and Bentr-
tiiction at 7.30 p.m.
Mondays and holy days of ohlign
littii— Mass at S a.m.
Week days—Mass at 0 a.m. at tho
hospital.
P, Plamondon, O.M.I
KNOX  PRESBYTERIAN ('111 RCI1
December 31st.
Morning service at 11 o'clock.
Sunday school and Bihle class al
3 |).iu.
Mvening service at 7.80 o'clock*
Subject: "The Web of Life."
Voting Peoples Guild on Tuesday al
8 p.m.
('Imir p* dice on Friday at s   i.e*.
BAPTIST CHURCH
Morning Bcrvicc subject "Conviction
i.\  the Holy Spirit."
Evening suhject: "A New Vision
lor the New Vear''
There will lie special music at L-otli
services, to which all arc cordially
invited.
DEATH OF MRS E.
Spokane, Ihe. 98.—After an illness
of only a few hours ytsleitlav, Mrs.
I'.ltia Luml, aged 7ii years, wile of
nlaf Lund ami (he mother of Charles
r Luml, a well-known attorney ul
Spokane*, died al the family residence
'■Hi Arthur street. Mrs. Luml was
in gootl health until yesterday ami
had been taking pail in the Christmas celebration.
She was well known iu the city,
having come lo Spokane in 1KHH. Until recently |u*r husband was in tin
hotel business, being owner of lho
Mechanics hotel, on Washington
street. Sho was a native ol
Sweden.
sin* Is survived by lho lollowlng
children' Peter Luml, managing di
rector of the Crows Nest Pass Lum
her company, Wanlner, B.C.; C. P,
Luml, attorney, Spokane; Mis. u i.
Nelson, Helena, Mont*-*; Mrs. Emma
Jewett, Calgary, Canada. Mis. Lycll
Darling,  New Westminster,  BC., nml
Mis. Harold Darling, Cranbrook, p.
C Funeral arrangements have nol
lieen completed,
airs, ■il-
lmbers were
tenor .nunc and '■"■
iese were greatly
male quartette
o answer encore alter
heir imitations caused
s" hursts of applause. This
was also lhe cast* when the lull
•horus sang the patriotic number,
i'he singers were most gracious and
icver refused au encore." This admirable company will appear ai the
Vtnlitorium tomorrow (Friday) e,vcn-
ug, December 20lh.
(twin*; tti prevailing high ptlco "I
sugar our home made caiuly will    ho
ic, per lb. instead of 30c, por lb,
Saturdays. other days 38c. por •■*
starting -January lsl.— The
Palm.
, or
There Is no need for you to su
another day with the awful itch It
Eczema, Psoriasis, Salt Rheum,
any oilier sLin disease. D.D.D*. Prescription for Eczema Btops the itch
Instantly! Yes, the Instant the lirst
few drops are applied to Uie skin tho
burning is stopped    —
not      in half an       hour,
not in 10 minutes, but in 10 seconds!
Vou car. have no idea of the wotul-
'iful oltoci of D.D.D. until your sul-
fering is instantly relieved lly this
wonderful    reined j
ith D.D.D. Snap
in perfect condition.
We are confident   that D.D.D. wil:
nro nny en o of Eczema or skin lion
llle of am nther kind. Oct a trat
bottle fiom the D.D.D. Laboratories,
Dept., C. Q. 1" Cnlborno St., Torou-
-,._ oi i' il md bi ■ us about it. Cran-
bt-ook i i i   .mil Hook Store.
r.n-H
Notice is glVeil In lhe uin-m
gazelle lhal the following highway,
iiii tei t In width is established, >i/.:
Commencing nl a point in sub-lot 14,
lot :fl I, Kootenay districl, °\
yhieh the nortli-easl cocner ol bu
17. Wanlner, hears soutli 18 donreea
IV west, and is distant 780 leet;
Ihence    throutfi   lots 325, 311, 6210,
500, B201J, 2000, lo a point on thi'
ast boundary nt lot 2fii.ii, 3,725.1
feet south of Its northeast corner;
having a length ol 10.20 miles.
Commencing at a point on tin* .vest-
nn boundary of sub-lot ... lol 1590,
Koolenay district, 833 feet north •*:
lis south t-asl corner, tbence through
lots 1500 ami 3513, Koottuay district, lo a polnl ou the Wardner and
Hanhurj road al station 113, 12.7, as
surveyed i.v Alfred Cummings, Esq,
I'.f. S., an-1 shown CHI a plan deposit etl in the public works dep.iri-
,1,-ni, November 27th,  1011.
FOR SALE.—Two holers, two
nglno and sawmill machinery. Nn
easonable  oiler   will he refused   for
Ihis machinery.     Apply  lo Thos. W.
Leask, Cranhrook or Mayook.     Til-"-!
Mi. ami Mrs. D, .!. Until)', will
their little girl, leave on Sunday hi
Wilmer, where Mr. Brady lakes up nn
Important position wllh the Columbia Valley Irrigated Kruil Lands
company. Mr. Brady has been chief
clerk of the 11. C. land department,
Cnnndian Pacific railway, and his
h cu one of ibc laml men who has
always put up a good talk for
Cranbrook and vicinity. Cranhrook
will bo sorry lo lose Mr. and Mrs,
I,rady, but can only oiler hearty con
gratulatlous mi going to a part ol
tlio country second only lo our own
In a short time railroad connection
will be established between tho two
places and we Itopc to sit- them In
Cranbrook quite often. Mr. Brady
has certainly proved his worth with
lhe C.P.R. and deserves Ihe well-
mcritcd promotion, as shown hy the
'election being made upon recommendation of his late chief. Mr. I-'. Mallandaine, ami he p>es to a company
with which are associated a number ot
old C.P.R. ollieials, such as Mr. J.S.
Dennis, Mr. R, It. Bruce, Mr. E.
Mallandaine and Mr. It. S. Hamilton.
All will join in wishing Mr. Brady
every success and prosperity, which
he so justly deserves, as proven by
hard work and strict attention *,o
his company's Interests.
"ECZEMA CAN BE CURED
and    when used
it keeps the skin
caused a revival of the talh almui the
possibility    ol lho capital of Canada
some day being moved westward.
Tbo change In tho ease of a country
Hko Canada possessing lull BclI-gOV-
i iiiiii" powers, would he made oi
fonts.- by tlie pnillamelll of the Dominion.
Sir ftlchnrd Scott, former secretary
of slate, when asked for his opinion
said:
"Clause Hi of the llritish North
America Acl pro*,ides that 'Until the
queen otherwise directs the scat of
the government ol Canada shall bc
Ottawa.' Dul the matter would rest
practically with the parliament ol
Canada entirely and lhe silt- of the
capital would be changed by a vote
ol holh houses,
"Vou Bee," w.nt on Sir Pichard
Scott, "Kingston was lhe original
capital, and it was Lord Sydenham
who, ui' his own will, changed it to
Montreal. Then, when Lord Sydenham was rotten-egged in Montreal,
1 e declined lo stay there and parliament decided on the alternative system—[our years at Quebec and four
tears atToronto. There was no Intervention ol the crown in any ol
l hose changes.
"In 1857, the alternative system
was found liiconvenienl and as wi
could not agree on a site we nskei!
Queen Vicloria to malic a choice am
she chose Ottawa. llul the queen
did u.it Interfere, mark you, until wi
asked her lo. The crown would sim
ply accept the advice of Canada
as spoken by parliament."
THE   QUESTION OV    A PHANOE
OK CAPITAL.
The removal of Ibe capital ol India
from Calcutta    to Delhi, the ancient
seal   of the   Mogul  rulers and one
of the oldest cities ou earth, contemporary with Nineveh, Babylon ami
Tyre, and hy comparison with which
Rome iu point of ago is like a sap
ling and   London a    mushroom, has
\     DOLLAR'S    WORTH   THAT l<
WORTH WHILE.
Eew papers on ibe continent bold
ihe place in the confidence and rc-
:;)c( t id ll.e people that the Weekly
(Mono and Canada Farmer, with its
Illustrated Magazine Section, does
today. Kor threescore and seven
years it has been accorded the foremost place among the metropolitan
weeklies of Canada, Not satisfied
with ihis, the enterprising management that has made The Daily Globe
on.- <d ihe leading newspapers ou tin
continent has Increased the size o
the Weekly Globe and Canada Partner
and added several new writers to the
stall in order ihal it may keep pace
wltn the progressive spirit tliat Is
permeating out urban ami rural poou-
hit ion*
Tbe mail service and great dis
lances make it almost impossible tor
.i large portion ol lb.* people to got
the heiielit of the splendidly equipped
news ami til-uraph service ol Th.
Daily OIobtT?**.
By this nddtt.,.,rto the staff and
enlargement of the paper, the man
agcmcnl ol tin- Weekly Olobt* and
Canada Parmer hope to compensate
those win. must be satisfied with a
paper omc a Week by giving ttttm
all Hn* week's in-ws In a brief and
comprehensive form, thereby ini rutin*; the papi^*^usefulness,     interest
TOWHJOPICS
On Friday evening the Baptist
Sunday school will hold their annual Christmas entertainment with a
Christmas cantata and tree. Santa
Claus will be present with his sae\
of good thin.:*. Everybody Invited,
No admission. Collection al '.Indoor.
The Winnipeg Krce Press snys nl
the concert given by the Original
Dixie Jubilee singers, who appeared
at tho First Congregational church
iu ihat city: "The visit of ihe
Dixie Jubilee Singers proved to be n
musical feast. Such an aggregation
of harmony it has nol been the pi en-
sine of our people to hear for some
time. In the first plan* they have
the Volets, and in the second ?laee
tItey     bin•' 'he   discernment,   which
HANFORD DODGE IN    rill. Illiill | m   WAN.
F. Parks & Co.
Wish
All their
Friends
A
Happy
and
Prosperous
New
Year
F. Parks & Co.
Hardware, Stoves, House
Furnishing liutids
CRANBROOK,        ■        II. C.
and educative value.
In order   to get moro people
(pialutcd with ll iu Its new form
publishers ff lho Weekly Globe
Cauatla Farmer are giving those
subscribe for   one year before
Hist of December, 1811, a copy
"Daddy's Girl," which was deser
in these columns a week or two .
i\ sample copy of    Ihis beautiful
hire   may In* seen at this office,
arrangements   made lor your
script ion.
"THE   RIGHT OK WAY."
Mr. Sanford Podge, has surrounded
himself wilh a splendid company this
season and will be sun iu "The
Right of Way." This great play Is
an adaptation Irom Sir Gilbert Parker's famous story of the same name,
(lie dramatization bcln(| made hv
America's greatest playrlght, Eugene
Prcsbrey.
"The Right al Way" was originally
produced at Wallack'B theatre, New
York City, by Klaw ami Erlangcr
ami it immediately became the sensation of the theatrical world. .Not lo
have seen it is to miss seeing one
of the most talked ol dramatic productions of modern times.
Mr. Sanford Dodge will present
Ihis splendid now play at the Auditorium on Saturday, December 30th.
He carries a carload ol new scenery
and properties and the production
will bo first-class.
Prices   will Ik* 50c., 75c, and U.I
Ottawa. Dee. 27.—Arrangement
are now rapidly approaching completion for iii4afiiin.il convention ol the
Canadian Forestry association,
whieh will be held iu the railway
committee loom, pailiamcnt buildings, Ottawa, on February "th and
8th, 1!H2. The gathering is under
the patronage of his royal highness,
ibe governor-generali and a number of
distinguished men holh from Canada
and the United States have promised
to attend and take part.
The Canadian Lumbermen's association holds its annual meeting a
February tith. Special rates hav
liei-n granted by tbe railways ami
as the subjects lo be discussed are ol
Ihe most practical and pressing
character, it Is expected that thei
ulfctftj^^erylft*^-*!*--.* tendance ot all
persirtta^fflrrrMed in [ores! resource**.
The office of the secretary of tin
Canadian Forestry association is li
lhe Canadian llinhliiit|. Ottawa,     and
Irom bim further Information may t.
obtained.
\
C. N. R. OPERATIONS.
The Canadian Northern railway has
bad a wondeifnl season of construction this year It bas practically
finished construction mjotk lor 1911,
aud has set a new record, Font thousand tour hundred ami fifteen miles
ol Canadian Northern lines an- now
iii operation    ami   oi the     Greil
Lukes, ami SOUM additional lines are
lendy Im operation ns soon as inspection has hivn made by the railway commission. In the past sum
imi lii.tixi; men were employed In
Canadian Northern construction w.*st
of Port Arthur
Allowing an average wage of 18.50
pel day tbe Canadian Northern railway wotitd have a monthly payroll
lor these men of over one million
and a quarter dollars. Every contract
on the system Icom Montreal lo
Port Mann, opposite Vancouver nnd
Harllett Sound, on Vancouver Island,
bas lieen let, and work has commenced on practically every section of the
main line. \Voik on the section
Irom Porl Mann to the Yellow Head
Pass will continue throughout the
winter.
A great deal of winter work will
be carried nn between Port Arthur
and Sudbury on lhe eastern sr-rtiou.
The "TIE=0N"
BLOUSE
The Very Newest
 J-Qccl  1X1	
Women's Waists
No   Hook,   no   Eyes,   no Bullous, no Buttonholes, no Pins, and yel Ihis Waist Fits
any figure perfectly.      It can be
put on and   adjusted   in
less than a minute
Prices range from $7.50 to $15.00
Call and see this Blouse
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Watch  for Our
1 l .iJHimlirjUHBIIll   ..^    •;.**.^*a*wi*aaJ*Vj-t"■.■!■ i■ jr.
January  Whitewear Sale
-S*
Halsall k Co.
Armstrong Ave.
"-•hone 43
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We \
We Wish You a Bright, Happy,
and Gladsome New Year
I i I IhmIiIi tm-ans much towards liuppi-
nrss ami purr. Iioiittli guarding, energy
building medicines guarantee, your i^ood
li.-iilili.
Wc carry only the purest of drugs ami
chemicals, and nur prescription department is given closest attention Iiy a
registered pharmacist.
Yours in tlie New Vear for Happiness
and Health,
Cranbrook Drug and Book Co.,
LIMITED
r
YOU'LL NEVER BURN ANY OTHER
AFTER YOU HAVE TRIEO THE
Tungsten
Lamp
Stronfjest       Brightest
Most Economical
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^
k.
LIMITED
Everything in Electrical Equipment
CRANBROOK AND FERNIE
.**Jk
Where to go for First Class Job Work
THE HERALD OFFICE.
s THB   OBANBKOOK HEHALD
Thanking All
for their Patronage during the
past year and wishing all
a Happy and Prosperous New
Year
The Beattie-Murphy Co., Limited
The 1{e-xa£& Store
•w 1MBMM—
WHERE   IT   PAYS   TO   DEAL
Cranbrook - B. C.
Wishing all our
Friends
and Patrons
A Happy and
Prosperous
New Year
W.H.Wilson
■ JEWELER   AND a
*V OPTICIAN M
TOWNTOPIGS
Wm.   Ktiisyilit* anil son, ol Kimbcrley, spent Christmas day in town.
Cut flowers ,to arrive Saturdaj fi»r
New Year's.
I'. B, Ay re was in town [rom Klku
yesterday.
\    new   show    window   has been i
limit ai Uu* store ol Halnall nnd ''<> '
Oorgonzola nnd Stilton cheese    nl
Kink's I'iiu Pood Grocer)
iv it. Ward is awa) In Calgar*. nn
a business trip.
.1    M   \gncw, ol Rlko, wai       li
town on Im si nt****- during Hi.   wrok
ii piece nel   ilim-is    ni tin*   special
price ol I12.0Q.--~E k v w   IIoukc,
Mi    DoWoll, tin* surveyor,    leaves j
Prido) i-'i tin* roiisi on business.
'    Ki|. KUn-ll spent Hirisima*-    nrilh
friends nt Koit Htecle
Fresh ripe tomatoes and Vt
eHeri ai I.mir ami AlcMson's
Mr, ('. .1. Buhrcr, of Fernie, upent
Hit- Christmas vacation |n Cranbrook
with It. .1. Beach.
John ami Will .lolins came in from
Wild Hor.se last Saturday spending
the week in town.
A few boxes of .Japanese oranges
Ifft.      Extra   nice stock.—Campbell
ami Manning.
■1. S. Staples and wife, of ffy-
cliffc, camo in Monday, spending
Christmas iu town.
Mr. and Mrs. Kd. .Slater and family spent Christmas day with friends
ai Kimbcrley.
Home made candy 25c. per Hi. on
Saturdays:, commencing January bUi,
—The Palm. r»2-lf
It.    M. Robertson, of tlw Bcatt
Murphy Co., is  spending the      week
witli friends in Calgary.
Mr. and Mrs. W. ff. Harris, of SI
Mary's, Ont., arc visiting their aon-
in law, Superintendent ff. J. I'ren.
Bananas, Oranges. Grape Fruit,
Vaaiaga Grapes, Cocoa nuts. Nuts
of All Kinds. Etc., at rock bottom
prices at Bast Kootenay Produce
and Provision House. 51.2t
Christie's sodas, Graham wafers.
Fresh stock at B.K.P.ftP. House.
\. A. Ward and It D. Huggsrt, ol
Marysville, were in tin* city Tuesday
iitui ffodnesdaj
A. Laurie ItoJutnn, of the Imperial
Bank staff, has gone to Toronto for
,i vacation,
■r>i    Inns SI iii) woilli ol go-odn     If
j .,i paj cash     li ia worth considering —Campbell and Manning.
I Bruce and g. I.. Pedlar were
down from Fernie tin* first of the
week
Mi and Mrs Oeo i> Ingram relumed on iVednesdej from a **tsit lo
Iriends In Wardner
Selecl No. 1 grade Japanese
oranges .,•    Fink's Pure Food Groo*
Ed. Patterson on Christmas night.
One of the most useful presents
one can give a lady friend Is a
Jlisaion Boudoir Clock filled with
best Chocolates.—East Koolenay
Produce and Provision House.
fil*St
Hazelwood ice cream at Little and
A"l ("bison's.
II. Blnyon, formerly of Nelson, lias
joined tht- loeal staff of tin* Imperial
bank.
Your next classified ad. will, doubtless, save ynn the trouble ol worrying about that vacant room in your
house.
New slock of peas, brans and
corn,   8   for     $1.00 al    B.K.P.ft-9.
House.
Several young baohelors ol the city
took advantage of a kind invitation
ami partook of Christmas turkey ai
the homo of Sam Griffith.
Jus. Cook, a    prominent fruit rancher Irom Creston, was called to the
city Ibis week by    the court as
witness in n C.P.It* case.
Itoyal Excclsjor cluster raisins, the
large, plump, full-flavored kind, delicious for the table, at Fink's Pun
Pood Grocery.
Miss M. P. Moon, of the Imperial
hank staff, is spending her Christmas vacation with friends in Cal
gary.
Dick Hammond, superintendent of
Fernlc's Electric Light plant, underwent an operation for appendicitis on
Sunday last.
Um Maiiin. of Nelson, and Ml
Wright, ol \ i-ti.ti.i, an* kii.-sis at
tht  borne ol Judge Wilson.
\ mi\ enjoyable dandof parly ne
mi..I .ti     tin- bom,, ol Mt. nml Mis
We wish to inform our customers thai we have
received  .i
Large New Stock of Harness
In Team, Driving, and Express
The Driving w«* li.tvo in .ill orices and in both black and
tan colors. It would pay to look our stock over before
buying elsewhere.
We also have received a new stock of SUIT
CASES, HAND GRIPS AND TRUNKS, and our
stock of CUTTERS is complete, and worth looking
over. Prices range from $45.00 to $65.00, why not
buy your wife, daughter or son a new Cutter for Xmas.
Thanking our customers (or all past favors and
soliciting a continuance of the same.
ORANBROOK TRADING GO.
LIMITED
Flour, Feed, Poultry Supplies, Carriages, Saddlery,
Implements, Harness Repairing
Presh hot house lettuce and cucumbers at Little and Atchison's.
Ed. Brown is moving his cigar
store and billiard parlor into Ihc
premises to be vacated by the Roval
bank ou flatter street.
('has. Cook, formerly of Spokane,
lias arrived in town to tale the
position of traveller for the firm of
.1. ll. McBride & C0.
Our New Year's delicacies will he
as nice as what you purchased for
Xmas. N'ew stock ol fresh vegetables and hot house goods.—ramp-
bell ami Manning.
.1. A. Greaves, clerk at the Cranbrook Drug aud Book company, has
been confined to his home for tho
past week with illness. He is improving slowly.
(iet a brick of Hacetwood ice cream
for N'ew Year's dinner at Little ami
Atchison's.
David Ki;r, who has been surveying
in the Windermere country for some
time, returned to the city Wednesday.
Presh pure apple cider at Little anil
Atchison's.
Tbe Imperial hotel hockey champions defeated the puck chasers from
tlie Cosmopolitan hotel at the Arena
rink Wi-dne-i-dat evening by a score of
S—0.
Tin- week we are «t*llinp at reduced
prices nil boxes chocolates to clear.—
I-: K pap House,
Mrs 1* K Wilson will entertain at
lier home this evening in honor ol hei
mother, Mia. Hawkey, of Nelson, wlm
ii UMiuic tier for some time.
Beginning  Momlav, 18th   December,
we will do '"Family fiat" work at
18c |ier down.—Cranbrook >\reim
Laundry, Phone 55.    *~ rt0*tf
New   wall cases tor showing goods
.tie being installed this week by W.
II WiKon, the jeweler. The Hew
rairs ait- beautifully finished in lark
mahoganj and add greatly to the ,ip
pea ranee ol tin* store.
YOUI New Year's dinner will not
lie complete without some ol tint
Haselwood Ice cream. Made in
bricks oi anj design required to suit
tli.- Occasion.'—Uttlc and Atchison.
N. W Burdett, (or the past five
visits liH*.i!ed at Moyie, la the employ of the Canadian Consul id a ted, is
about to tn* transferred to Marvs-
\tlif, wilh the rest of the office
staff.
TboM wishing cut llnwers lor the
New Year's Kill should leave their
order beton   Friday.   December 29th,
as on account of  Monday being a
holiday we will not order any to
keep in stock.—Campbell and Manning.
On Monday evening next, January
1st. 1912, Buckley Lodge, II. of R.T.
ami tJiMi-n Alexandra Lodge, No. 121,
Ladles Auxiliary to the II. of It. T.,
will trc the hosts at a grand ball in
ih.* Auditorium. Dancing starts at
21.S0K, supper will be served at 3 IK.
Furniture for the dining room, parlor, imt loom and den. We have a
complete line at all prices and in
Itoth high-grade and medium quail-
tics. We invite inspection an It Is
no trouble to show goods.—EjKP.A:
limine NT
F. N. Maroh, president of tho National Hank of Commerce, ol Spokane, a brotber-ln-law ot Mr. K. B.
Benedict, was a visitor in town this
week. Mr. March Knows Oranbfo il;
fairly well ami speaks in the highest
terms of its evident prosperity.
When your leet are wet and cnld,
and your body chilled through and
through from exposure, take a big
dose of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, bathe your feet in hot water before going to bed, and you are almost certain to ward nfi a severe
cold.     For sale by all dealers.     s'J-lf'
V.    Hyde Baker, N. Mans     (lus
Erlckson ami probably J. Laidlaw,
will he leaving for Seattle nexl
week, with the Intention of motoring
tbonoo down to California, Thej l*x-
pect to lie away a month or fix
weeks.
'It's the flavor." Vine laml tomatoes are canned right on lhe farm
whero they grow, ai the psychological moment when tliey attain ilw
perfect color uml flavor so noticeable
lu the "Vlneland Brand."    one trial
will    convince y f llun superior
quality.—Tbe Pink Mercantile Co,,
stile agents. I
Among the outside people who visited Cranbrook on Christmas Day
were: Mrs. .1. Henderson, Athalmer,;
Mr. and Mrs. w. c. Han, of Jaflray;
II. Bex, of Macleod, II. It. Graham,
of Kingsgate; K. Brown, 0. Hewett
and II. IL Ha/lewood, or Moyie,
Geo. L. Pedlar and L. Bruce, of Pernio.
Fresh shipment of Popbam's chocolates at Little and Atchison's,
The school concerl committee wish
to thank Ihe parents ami all those
who gave assistance and patronage
in any way to the school entertain
ment and thus helped towards its
success. The net proceeds above all
expenses were $101.20, which will
help materially to furnish hooks for
the library.
5-ptece parlor set upholstered mi
velour. Special price (25.00 this
week.—K.K.I'.Ai'. House.
The Craubrook howling club members left Wednesday afternoon for
Nelson to contest for two days oil
the Y.M.CA. alleys. The team is
in charge of Secretary .1. S. Teet
and made up as follows: W. I-:. John
son, E. Stephens, E. Myers, .las.
Milne ami It. Brown.
Beginning Monday, 18th December,
we will do "Family flat1' work at
45c. per dozen.—Cranbrook Steam
Laundry, Phone 55. 50-tI
The school children and teachers
are enjoying a holiday which will
continue until Monday, January 8th,
when school re-convenes. All the
teachers, except Principal Cranston,
are spending their holidays oui ol
the city. Miss Dick at Nelson, Miss
Cartwright at Creston, Miss Suttoby
nt Kelowna and Miss Hlscocks and
Miss Thompson at Rossland.
I have been troubled with constipation for two years and tried aM of
the best physicians in Bristol, '".Vim.,
and they could do nothing for me,"
writes Thos. P. Williams, Middielioio,
Ky. "Two phages ol Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tabids
cured me. ' For sale by all dealers. -l.Mf
Next Wedncsdaj evening the adjourned meeting ol representatives ot
local trades ami labor unions, will he
held in the city band hall. A (ull attendance is requested as final steps
will lie taken to organize a Trades
-'."iS Labor Council for this district.
Tin* applicants (or naturalization
at tlu*   silting of the county court in
bis city on January 12th prov., will
nclude the lollowlng: D. A. Ayres,
Win. Farrah, (i. A. Thompson and T.
J. Carey Hare, American citi/ens,
Carnrino Calcco, Antonio Gelonese
ami Alfonso Gamin in, Italians, and
Chas. Lindgren and Eric Lind,
Swedes.
WANTED.—To buy au Incubator
ami brooder.—.!, Gartslde, Cran*
brook. .VMt*
"Young'' Butt, ol Grand Forks, H.
C.| writes the Herald, that More
leaving for Butte, Mont., to ho*
Tally Johns ol that place .md
"Kid" Jaekson, of Boston, ho would
like to make a match with a
Cranbrook leather weight, ringside
wight \2i Its. and a sitle bet of
$100. Britt's address tor the present is P. 0, Box BD3, Grand Forks
B.C.
MAY GOODWILL
ANO
PROSPERITY
lie with the oiti-
zimis ol Cranbrook for Ihu
next 12 inuiitlis
is the wish of
the    J*   J*   Ji
RAWORTH  BROS.
Jeweleri and Optic Uni
CRANBROOK AND LETHBRIDGE
FOR    SALE.-ltoiiseho
for light housekeeping,
city.
il   furniture
Phone  162.
48-lt'
The original Dixie Jubilee Singers
who are to appear at the Auditorium tomorrow (Friday) evening,
come very highly recommended. They
provide a programme, that Is cordially praised wherever they appear,
which includes, in addition to several classical records, n fine selection
ol negro melodies, A first-class
evening's amusement is assured every
patron of the Dixie Jubilee Singers.
Tbe Herald has leecived a copy   ol
Good HeaJth
Vim and Vitality
Are assured if you will cleanse join
stomach of undigested food ami foul
gases; tho excess bile from the liver
ami the waste matter from the Intestines and bowels by the use of
FIG PILLS
the great fruit, kidney, liver, stomach and bowel remedy. ;
At. all dealers 25 and fill cent boxi*
or mailed by The Fig Pill Co., Si.
Thomas, Out.
Sold by The Cranbrook Drug and
Hook Co., Ltd.
tlm Catholic Year Book aud Director)
for the Kootenay and Boundary districts, 11)12. This little publication
is an excellent specimen ol the
printers' art ami should prove \.*ry
useful to all members of the Catholic
church iu South Easl Koolenay. li
will tie noted thai Cranhrook business men art; largely represented In
tht- advertising columns.
Private sale ol household furniture.
Apply Mrs. Itonald Hrown, Garden
avenue. 52.31
Sneak thieves broke Into .J. 1>. Mc-
Hridt's hardware store oil Sunday
night and gathered togellier a varied
assortment of cutlery, revolvers, and
cheap watches, making good their
getaway. They obtained access to
the store through the transom at the
rear of the building. The city police
are working on the case ami have rl-
ready detained two men, suspected of
complicity in the robbery, nn a
charge of vagrancy, pending further
investigation.
WANTED.—Work by the day       at
housework. Apply Herald. Cranbrook, B.C. :-o-2t*
Provincial Constable Morris made a
trip out to the St. Eugene -Mission
this morning to arrest some Pelgan
Indians, who bad wandered in from
Alberta ami were plentifully supplied
with lire water. The Indians were
brought into town aud were to appear beforo Judge Ityan this afternoon charged with being iu possession
of intoxicating liquor. The Indians
claim to have secured the liquor Irom
some Creston Indians, whom they
met en routo-
FOK SALE CHEAP.—Baby carriage in good condition. Apply Bos
1, Herald office. Ift-tl*
Captain Stride, of the Salvation
Army, wishes to thank the merchants
of the city, and others, who gave
assistance to the Arm?* 'officials in
providing lor the needy this
Christmas season. On New Year's
night there will bo a Christmas tree
entertainment at the barracks, when
thece will lie a free distribution ol
toys among Children,  who may     not
otherwise have received any special
attention from Santa Claus. All
children, not attending anj Sunda)
school, are specially united to attend this Christmas tree entertainment. There will he a musical pi i
gramme.    Admission rree.
FOB SALE.-A pair ot good
shafts; almost new. Apply Box 6,
Herald office. 17-tP
The Sunday school children ol
Knox church enjoyed their annual
Christmas tree on Friday last. A
splendid programme was first given
by tho scholars ami short addresses
wen* given by the pastor, and tbo
superintendent, J. S. Mennie. Then
Santa Claus appeared on the •wem*
nntl created a great commotion. After
a few words of welcome he dismantled n Well laden tree, giving a
present, a bag of candy, nuts and
raisins and an Orange to every scholar. Tho church was beautifully decorated and with the Christmas tree
the effect was very pleasing.
WANTED.—A competent maid at
once. Apply to Mrs. Dr.
Grew. "tl
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A Happy and Prosperous
New Year
to One and All
qgkp
McCreery Bros.
Cranbrook's Dry Goods and Clothing; Stores
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FOR SALE BY
BEALE  & ELWELL \
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*   12-Room Modern Dwelling on Arm-
Avenue, cl
$6,000.00
X strong Avenue, close in
Vacant Lots on Baker Street
$2,500.00 Each
THK
QUEENS HOTEL
II. I.  STEPHENS, Pro
CALGARY, Alberta
The Hotel with -The Reputation"
You'll get your Money's Worth.
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Company, Limited.
Fruit, Agricultural, (Ira/inn and Timber Land*
Insurance, Stocks and Bonds.
Wholesale Dealers in Lumber
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Canadian  Pacific  Railway
2nd Annual Excursion to Los Angeles, Cal.
BV SPECIAL TRAIN FROM
SI'OKANK. WASH., Friday, .lanttary 6th, 1912
Tickets on Snlo. January 2nd. ilnl and 4th. 11*12
Final return limit April 30th, 1012
Fare from Cranbrook to Los Angeles,
and   Return
Qolnc* and returning via Spokane S1 * '***. 10
doing via Hpokano, returning via Beattle     -      iSl^l.1*.*,
Above fares Include berth »»«! meals Iron Bpokine on iM>i»k* trip
For full partlculiri r.*frar.lir>K tli.se ami other Bicttiilon ratal,
apply to nenr*.Bt (,'. I\ Ry, Agent, ur to
It 0. M.NE1I.I.IE.
PistTiet Paiienger Ajient
Calgary   All.erla THE   UUANSHOOK   HKHALU
Do not fail to hear the AMBEROLA
-THOMAS A. EDISON'S highest
development of his own instrument, the
Edison Phonograph
Musically—the Amberola lias the truest, surest, smoothest
tone, the most lifelike reproduction. Exactly the rightvolume
of sound for the home. It has the sapphire reproducing
point, which is permanent- no changing needles, It renders
all compositions completely, without cutting or hurrying, on
Edison Amherol (four-and-one-half minute) Records -and
all short selections on I'.dison (twu-minute) Records, as well,
Artistically—a masterpiece of the cabinet maker's art, as
beautiful to look at as it is wonderful to hear. You have
your choice of four finishes, Circassian Walnut, Mahogany,
Golden Oak and Mission Oak.
Mechanically—perfect. The silent motor will play live
Amherol Records, each four-and-one-half minutes long
without rewinding.
There are various other styles of Edison l'hunuuraphs at almost
any price you wish to pay - and each offers definite l-.disnn
advantages. Bul the Amberola is the greatest of all. Hear it today.
..i..tin. i
rest.
' tiuu shall be eligible lul the position ul Superintendent, Inspector,
Teacher or Trustee, dims, C, 14,
S. Illli).
i "Householder" In the ease „t Municipal School Districl      shall    mean
' ami iucltlilo any person   uf   the    lull
; une ol twenty-one years who occupies
n dwelling, tenement, hotel or lioard-
I inn house, or any part or portion  "t
ju dwelling, tenement, hotel or boarding house,    and   who shall,    unless
' exempt by Statute or Municipal By-
l.nw, have paid directly to the Municipality, rates, taxes nr lees ol not
less Ihan I wo dnllais for llie current
year.     (1000, C. 30, S. 2.)
Qlven miller my hand at the City
,,l Cranbrook, liiis 211th day ol December, A.D. 1011.
Tlios. M. ROBERTS,
[totttrnlng Officer.
YOU CAN'T HELP BUT
MAKE MONEY
Bulling nur Km--""'il*-""il lo give
Bsllslactlon stock, fioa outfit.
Cash weekly, Kxchudve territory,
YAKIMA VALLEY NURSERY CO.
T-i'iKni-li,       •        •        Wiit-h.
'Htm.
I ami
Ediwn AroberolKentnli. Oct rotnplcio rauiiom iromyour
:,-,!,., ,,r U >i-   l''li-"ii I'lniiiNunu.fi-. $16.50 li> $240.00. imokroHiTI-.b
.iiMHiSlriiitliii<ini-i".iil-..40c. Kili-iiii.\inl*-t.illtfi*i»nN(|tlny    100 Ukeiid-S Avcnua
wiMMlonrX8Sc,Edi*»nOmndOperaKt**corUi,SS«toSs\SO,   Or.n«e,N. J., U.S. A.
A complete line of Edison Phonottmpb* mai Recorrfi will b* found at
Beattie-Murphy O., Limited, Agents
Cranhrook. II. C.
MEN OUTNUMBER WOMEN
LATEST      CENSI **     HI I.I.I'I IN
COST \INS INTKItKSTINO
DATA.
Tin. second ..I tire census bulletins,
giving Hie population ..I Ibc Domln-.
Ion In   sex nnd by  electoral conslit-
iiei s, bus linn Issued.     The revise1!!
figures <>f total population show      a
slighl  increase on   the flrsl bulletin,
the total now Peine, placed al 7,in:!,-,
:t:ts.    The   Increase is   1,831,023 dm i
lag Ibe   decade.     The figures giving
the   population bv  males and females'
are nol quite   complete,   lhe returns
fm ibe Yukon, fm ten sub-divisions ia
llrilish Columbia and two    Bub-dlvl-
siuns in   Saskatchewan nol yt*l lieing
available.
With these returns omlll il, the figures by sexes nre 3,805,350 mules and
3,370,337 females.    Compared     with
the figures nl 1901,   this bIiows an in-
eieuse ul  1,051,812 in lhe male population iiiiiI 757,330 iii the female population.     The surplus   ul miles lias.
therefore,   increased by 217.112.       n J
situation wbieli is line i<> ill..      large
influx t.f  mulls fi.i railway construe-,
tion work   and lor homesteadtng    iu|
Westero Canada.   The  preponderance
ol males is especially noticeable      In |
Western Canada.     In Manitoba there
are 1-1,523 mine   males than females.
In   Saskatchewan   ibe surplus i
333, in Alberta 73,100 ami in  British
Columbia 106,883.
Tbe unit ..I represenlallon, according In ibe populatl .1 I'uohc, will
be 30,853. As a general rule the
western constituencies an ronsitlerabr/
ly above this figure, while considerably over ball uf ibe constituencies iu
Eastern C'annda aie below, n, s>, lhal
lhe redistribution bill will probabl)
Im- extensive.
Tire constituent*) nl Mnissounriivc,
one of llu* .Mi.nl lea I divisions, now
has the largest population iu tho
Dominion, namel) 170,078. Winnipeg
comes nexl with 127,0X8; Vancouver
third witb 123,002, nml Toronto Wist
lourth with 105,308. Al ibe other
extremes aie Anlogonlshl VS.. wilb
ll,!iii2; Nortii Lanark, 14,611; North
MldiMesex, 13,737; Wesl Norlliumbcr.
laud, 12,905; Clratenugnay, 13,322
Vaiiilieuil, 11,030; ami Yukon, 10,-
051.
I I ul ning (lllieii
lhe     dale i.f llu
ul any time bet wo
p.n
Corporation of the
City of Cranbrook
PUBLIC NOTICE i"-* HEREBY
GIVEN io tho Elcctori ol tin* Mnni-
olpaHty ol the CU) ol Cranhrook,
iiml I require tlw (irwonei* ..I the
Mini Electors, ai lho Municipal Offices on Norburj Vvenue, in the Olty
ol Cranbrook, on lhe eighth day ol
January, 1012, al 12 o'clock noon (I
p.m. local time) for tin-purpose of
electing persona to represent them in
tht- Municipal Council as Mayor .mil
Aldermen; ami public notice is further given to the Electors ol the Cranbrook School Districl, that I require the presence nf tho saitl Electors al tho sjiiih* place nntl time for
the purpose ot electing persons to
represent them on tho Hoard nt
SchoolTrustccs tor tire Cranbrook
.School District us suili School Trustees.
The mode of nomination nl candidates shall he as follows:
"The candidate**] shnll lit' nominated in writing; tho writing shall ho
subscribed by two voters ot the
Municipality, as proposer ami seconder; nnd shall in* delivered tn tin* K---
lotlce and
it p in. local timo) of the day ol the
nomination; ami in the even I of a
poll being necessary, such poll will bc
opened on the llth doj ol January,
1912, at ibc Municipal Offlces, Norbury Avenue, Cranbrook, B.C., from
ihc hour of !> o'clock a.m. (10 o'clock
local time) nntl 7 p.m. (8 p.m. loeal
time) of which every person is hereby required to lake notice and govern himself accordingly.
The qualifications by law required
lo be possessed by the candidates for
the olliee ol Mayor are as follows:
The persons qualified to ht* nominated for and elected as Mayor of llu
City shall be such persons as aro
male British subjects of the full an,t:
of twenty-one years, and are nol disqualified under any law, and have
been lor the six months next pro-
ceding the day of nomination the registered owner in the I.nml Registry
Olliee, ot land or real property in the
■ ity of the assessed value on the
last Municipal Assessment Boll, of
One Thousand Dollars or more ovei
and above any registered judgment oi
charge, and who are otherwise duly
qualified as Municipal voters.
[Muni, ('. 33, S. 11).
Tin* qualifications by law required
lo be possessed by the candidates foi
the ofllce of Aldermen areas follows:
The persons qualified lo be nominated lor and elected as Aldermen of
the City shall be such persons as are
male llritish subjects ol (he full age
nf twenty-one years ami are not disqualified under any law, and have
been for the six months next preceding tbe day of nomination ihe registered owner in the Land Registry
Office, of laud or real properly iu the
City or the assessed value on the last
Municipal Assessment Roll, of five
hundred dollars or more over and
abovo any registered Judgment or
charge, ami who are otherwise duly
qualified as Municipnl voters.
(1000, C, .12, S. II).
The qualifications by law required
in bo possessed by the candidates
for the office nl School Trustee ure
as follows:
Any person being u householder In
the School Districl am) beings British
Biihjecl ol tin- lull ago of twenty-one
years and otherwise qualified hy Ihis
Art in vote al an election id School
Trustees in Ihc School District, shall
he eligible to be elected or to serve
as a School Trustee in such Municipal District. (1005, C. II, S. 82),
(1000, <'. .(<*, s. 25).
No Trustee shall hold tbe olliee ol
teacher within Ihc District nf which
he \n a Trustee, provided always,
that no clergyman   of any dcnotnlna-
»®®®®®®®®(s)®®®®®
East Kootenay      •
Butcher Co. ®
Dealers In
Fresh nml Cared
Meats.
    ®
MEAT MARKET        ®
i»
©
®
ts
ts
®
Poultry, Game ami Fish   <•>
in Season, ®
  ®
GIVE    UH   A   THI A I. |
East Kootenay     1
Butcher Co. g
 ®
The Old P. Wood's      ®
Business. ®
i ® fnfj w.'ji* <) («(si ® III (ti in "'
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i *
AFTER GRIP
Look Out for Trouble
Tho after-offeota of ths Grip nre nnt
io tie sorlous, hut a normal healthy
condition may ho restored In a stir-
prtslngly short time by Vlnol.
Watertown, Wis.—"After n severs
attach or the Grip my system was In
a vary weakened, nervous and rub-
down condition. I began taklntr Vlnol
with tho very best results, and In P
short time 1 began to feel like an entirely difTorent person, and I am better
and Btronger than I havo been for
years." Adelaide Gamm. (We guarantee this testimonial to he genuine.}
We have never sold In our fltor**1
luich a valuable strenRth creator and
health restorer for tho convalescent,
the weak nnd run-down, aB Vinol, nnd
wo ask people In this vicinity to try
n bottle of Vlnol, with the under-
standing that their money will be returned If It does not do all wo claim
for It.
('ranbrook Drug and Hook Co.,
Cranbrook, B.C.
1GHAS. S. PARKER f
Burceaaor to P. T. I'. 1-KHIIV
DRAYING AND
TRANSFERRING
AGENTS FOR
THE IMPERIAL OIL CO.
AND GALT COAL
u*t-Jj'    •/    J        • f^y •
The Leading l-moiie-tH College
ni the Northwest
Where voung people can receive
a thorough business training.
SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITINC, BOOKKEEPING
COMMERCIAL LAW, ETC.
It> in Beaslon twelve months In
the. year.
No entrance examinations.
Hoard ami room at very reason-
ablt* rates.
We secure positions lor onr
students.
Om- new beautifully illustrated
catalogue sent dee upon request.
Write lor It NOW!
H. C. BLAIR, Principal
1st A Madison    -     SPOKANE
MEN
ONLY
It you www to
im* i.H'ir. nl mi-Hi
expect to    b
i-tHT.1.   ir ntbr-ra
Imveliiile I espial to i*iip.« jo
Unites   I    know
iiml   I   i-iiii   cure
vnit I will not in-
irpt  yonr rose,
and tn every  In-
HtlltH-r  I   tl'i'ill  Ly
my own nrixtii.il
Il.l Vfl Iiii'ii   ainl
telentlflc   ii"'
lllt'dr*.
I MY FEES ARC PAIR. AND NY
CURES ARE PERMANENT  |
Spermatorrhoea, Organic Wcaknes*.
Lost Vicar, Varicocele, Hydrocele, Contracted Disorder*. Specific Blood Poison,
Plk-s ate! Strictures — restoring all
affected organi tonormal snd healthy
action in the shortest possible apace
of time.
DR.  KELLEY'S
GREAT MUSEUM
Fee nil tlio forms ot Diseases ol Man.
Conanltatlon 'ind iiir-tni-'five l'-H»kl-*t in*.
nt office or by wall
310 lIOffAHD BTBBBT
SPOKANE. WASH.
A
Builder and
♦     Contractor
j   Stpiie Tanks and Ooucrote
X        Work Ronumlly u
♦ specialty.
| Estimates   Freely  (iiven. J \
i P.O. Hox 346
I Cranbrook, BX. ||
♦
♦^♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦^ I
drills; one Loitgyear & lludgc drill*,
sizo U.G.; :i0(| leet E. reds; one t'am-
cron pump, size A. special; one ten
foot reaming barrel; one fi fl. fi}, cot'O
barrel, new; two 10 ft. K. tubes;
three 8 ft. R. S, core barrels, old,
live ft ft. I-;.S. cole barrols, old;
-eight li ft. K.S. core barrels, uld;
three s ft. M.S. lubes old; soveuty-
fivc Iv S. bits; twenty-live 13. bits,
four extra Beauty chucks; ten extra
set Beauty feed gears; three K. hoisting plugs; thirteen E. water swivels;
two K. safely clamps, three oxtru
sets clamp jaws; three K. hoisting
bales; two Beauty crank shaft gears;
fifteen feet U in. suction hose; three
inside rod recovering laps, three outside  recovering    taps;   one coupling
tap;   left hand inside bit tap; one
set Beauty crank shaft masses; one
Beauty feed nut; two Canada Foundry pumps, 1ix2-(xl, with leu lest
of li In. sut-tioii hose; two Canada
Foundry pumps, 2x8x2; ono k In.
Parker vise; one Millers Kails breast
drill AXX; one 13 in. Tritno monl'ey
wrench; live brace jacks; three chop*
ping hits, (lull ft. I-:, rods; one 20
II.P. vertical boiler; one Sholv
wheel; one. beauty cylinder head; on
iBbauty feeil screw; six casting bits,
two (our lb. hammers, om- set
Brown's longs; ono set bahhils for
L'.O. drill; one set crank shall
brasses.
Kor lerms mid conditions of aalo
apply to the undersigned or bis solicitors.
William W. Douglas, Mortgagee.
Harvey,     McCartcr,     Macdonald    Si
Macdonald,     His     Solicitors,
Cranbrook, B.C. r-l-lt
ASSAYER
K. ff, WIDDOWSON, ASSAYER
AND CHEMIST.-Charges: Gold,
silver, copper and lead, $1 each;
gold-silver, $1.50; silver-lead, $1.50;
gold-silver, with copper or lead,
12.50; zinc, $2; silver-lead-zinc, $3.
Prices for other metals on application. P. 0. Box CD., 1108, Nel-
ton, B. 0. 41 tf
WATER ACT.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN of
the intention of the undersigned to
apply to the Lieutenant-Governor In
Council for approval of their proposed undertakings and works iu connec-
tion with Waler License Number
1571, dated .lime 25th, 1011, for
twenty-live cubic feet per second out
,.f Mark Creel-:. The maps and plans
of the proposcl undertaking aud
works will Ite open lo public Inspection ai any time during business
hours at the olliee ol lho Water
Commissioner at the Government
Building in the City ol Cranbrook for
thirty days afler the lirst publication
of this notice in the Cranbrook Herald. Application will also be made
to thu Lieutenant-Governor in Council to correct the description of the
point of diversion from Stemwindcr
dam, Lot 3032A, to Stemwindcr darn
Lol 8033, ami desrrlptlon of the
point tf user as on Lot 2013, instead
of on Lot 8828, Croup One, Kootenay
District.
The Consolidated  Mining A Smelting
Co.
Hv Their Solicitors,
Hamilton & Wraggc.
Dated   Dee.   I8th,   1911. 51-5t
Hotel Coeur D'Alene
Spokane, Wash.
a nevTand
MODERN
HOTEL
(BU ROPE AN)
A modern equipped Cafe at moderate
prices
llaten $1,00 and up per day
Comer of Howard St. and Front Avp.
Our bus meets all trains
The Coeur D'Alene Company
I'ltOI'HIKTOHH
J. C. Callahan, Mgr.
AUCTION SALE.
Under the powe^pXjjalo contained
in a certain Chattel Mortgage given
by 0. L. Knight & Company, Limited, to William ff. Douglas, of Taber,
Alberta, covering chattels mentioned
below, situate at Kimberley, B. C,
tliere will be offered for sale by publie auction, the 15th dny of January,
1012, at 11.80 o'clock in the forenoon, at Kimbcrley, B. C, the following goods, chattels and effects,
via:
Twelve carbon, weighing 17 kts.*;
ighl carbon, weighing 3 kts.; eight
in lion, weighing 5  kts., two Beauty
Canadian Pacific
Christmas and New Year
Holidays
FARE ANO ONE-THIRD
FOR THE ROUND
TRIP
Between nil stations Port Arthur
'to Vancouver nml Branches.
Uoinjj (Ink's Dee. 21. lllll lo
Jan. 1.1912, Pinal Return Limit
.Iun. 5th, 11H2.
For further particulars apply to
nearest Agent, or to
11. li. MiXKlLLIK.
District 1'iiaaaiip.r .U'-nt
Calgqry, Alberta
" THE FINEST IN THE LAND "
i!  GANONG'S
! Q. B.
I CHOCOLATES|
EVERY PIECE 15 STAMPED "CO.
11   Large assortment of Xmns
J |   Fancy Boxes just  arrived
I j Campbells Manning j
See their Display
KNOWLER & MACAULAY ;
Viitvmver ati.l Nelson
-**». (1   -» ..ca
4444*4****************
|     PROFESSIONAL CARDS     |
I I
■ •■■■■•^■■■IWNaNNNNBNBN
W. F. GURD,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc
Muliuy I.i loi.li on fuvorable terms.
OtUNBROOK,BRITISH COLUHBIi
'passim
3   VIC ROLLINS, Mur.
l'hone: Seymour 7980
Granville
Palace Hotel
ROLLINS BROS., Proprietors
1221 Granville Street
VANCOUVER      -      B. C.
Two hunilreil elegantly furnished rooms. Every modern
convenience. Elevator service. Cafe in connection. Rooms
$1.00 per day and upwards.
Dp-country visitors lo tho Terminal City will find every
convenience and comfort at the Granville Palace, special
attention being paid to their wants.
HOME HOSPITAL
ICvery cars ami comfort
A homo Irom homo
Sjl.Tiill   Ul||.Illil.U    in   OllHt.H   III
Muti'mity, ItliouniHttfiiii
unit F'noiimoiiin
Tonus iiiiiilurali)
MKS. li. BENT, Matron.
IIKS. KINO & OREEN,
Physicians and Surgeons
(>ITIr« at UmIiImc.,  Armstrong At.
OFFICE HOURS :
Forenoons ■ - -. sail to 111 nil
Afternoon. - - - 2.00 to   4.00
Eventual - - - - 7.10 to   1.80
SuiiiIujh - • • - a.SO to   4.10
CIRANIIROOK II     11     li    11     H, O
j    SOCIETY AND CHURCH    j
* DIRECTORY I
i  I
DR. F. B. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE   HOURS:
I to 12 a.m.
1 to   I p.m.
7 to   8 p.m.
Ilfflce In new Rekl Block
URANBROOK -      -       - B. C
BC. LAND SURVEYORS
McVITTII:    &    PARKER
Crunbrook und Fort Steele
IRRIGATION AND RAILWAY WORK
A SPECIALTY
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J. Q. CUMMINQS
IRRIOATION UNUINEKK
' DOMINION ANO PROVINCIAL LAND \
SURVEYOR
tAo?i4S8 Cranbrook, B.C.
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F. Al. flACPHERSON
UNDERTAKER
Norbury Ave., nexl to City Hall
Day l'hone 233
Night l'hone 301
J. T.   LAIDLAW
MINING  ENGINEER
8.   C.  land  Surveyor
CRANBROOK    •      B. C.
Ask for Halcyon LITHIA WATER
For family uso there ia nothing
an wholesome ami ao pure aa
HALCYON I.ITHIA WATER
SOLO AT ALL BARB
ITS BOTTLED AT THE SPMINQS
W. K. neatly. Fmi.i.l Director
Cranbraok B. G
Cranbrook Cottage Hospital
WATBRNirV  AND  PRIVATE   NURSINU
Terms on Application,
MRS, A. SALMON.
Phone 250 Matron.
P. O. bos S4">   Armstrong Ave
DENTISTRY
H. E. HALL,  D. D. S.
Crown nnd liridne Work
u Hpeeiulty.
(Mice over F. Parks Hani ware
Store, linker Street
Phono No. 200
DE VERE HUNT
INSURANCE AND  IIKAI, ESTATE
AI1KNT
Van  Home Street   (ii|i)ioailn   l)r|iot
Cranbrook     Lodge,
No. 84
A.F. & A. H.
Regular meeting, oa
the   third   Thurtday
ol every month.
Visiting lirethren welcomed.
A. C. Shankland, W.M.
E. W. Connolly, Secretary.
I'uiwHNT Lodge No. 33
KNIGHTS "of" PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, ll. C.
Meets   every   Tuesday at 8 p.m. at
Fraternity Hall.
T. (1. .loiica, 0, 0.
.1. tt, lloyea.K. ol 11. N. S.
Visiting lirethren   cordially lu.lttd
tn attend.
PYTHIAN   SISTERS
FIDELITY TEMPLE NO. II.
Meeia in   Fraternity Hall Firat and
Third Friday..
T. Fraser, E. 0.
M. MacKinnon, M. II. anil 0.
Visiting sisters cordially iuvltod.
I.O.O.F., KEY CITY LODOB, No. 41
Meet, every Monday
night at New Fraternity Hall. Sojourning oddfellow, cordially lu.ltad.
.1. A. Fergusson VV. M. Harris.
N. O. seo'y.
DURHAM ENCAMPMENT NO.  12.
l.O.O.F.
Meets lirst aud    third Wednesdays
in each month.
A   cordial reception extended     to
visiting brothers.
Officers July lst to December 31st.
C. F.-H. Clayton.
•Scribe—W. M. Harris.
MAPLE LEAF REBEKAH LODOE
No. 19.
Meets every second and   lourth Wednesday at Fraternity Hall.
Sojourning   Rebekah.  cordially Invited.
Miss Ada Ilickenbotham.N.O.
Miss M. Hickeubotham, Sec.
ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS
COURT CRANBROOK, 8943
Meets in Carmen's Hall Second aad
Fourth Thursday ol each month at •
p.m. sharp.
Wm. Anderson, Chlel Ranger.
L. Bent  Secretary
Visiting brethren made welcome.
INDEPENDENT ORDER OF FORESTERS.
Meets in Carmen's Hall first aad
third Thursday ol eacb month at
s p.m. sharp.
Mrs. Lulu llayward,  lice. Sec.
W. II. McFarlanc, Chief Raager.
Visiting brethren made welcome.
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: Presbyterian €burcl> j;
STATED SERVICES
i.   Sunday morning service at 11 < >
o'clock
<'   Sunday   evening    service   at
t        7.30 o'clock
Sunday     School   and    Bible
, Class at 3 o'clock
|!   Presbyterlac   Guild, Tuesday,', ',
i,        at 8 o'clock i ,
'. ********
Baptist Cbtircb
Pastor, II. S. Speller,
Parsonage, Norbury Avenue.
'Phone, 284.       P. O.  Boi 117.
Regular Scrvice.:-Sunday, II
a.m. and 7.30 p.m.; Bible
School with Young Ladlea'
Plillethea and Young Men's
Bible Class, 8 p.m.
Monday, Young I'eoplea', •
p.m.
Wednesday, Mld-Week Meetlaf,
A cordial Christian welooro.
to all.
FRANK DEZALL
Currier! a full stock of
DEERINC MOWERS AND
RAKE8
ami
MCCORMICK M0WER8
Repair* for Above always
hi stock
Electric Restorer for Men
PhosphOHOl ■"•■'•"or" every nerve In the body
... ., C    ■■—■tn in proper tension; reitt>res
--——_- ... proper tension j rcetores
nml vitality, 1'remalme drrnv ami all scximI
wc.kiirsi turned at once. PhMpbe-aol will
3PV9 ". Mewman*. *,,lc«i5»bon-or two Inr
U, M-tlWlonnynddreni. TImloaMDDrag
.'o., at, CaiterlaM, Odi.
For sale tt Beattle-Mutpliy Co., Ltd.
;CKANBKOUK-l:l:KNII:
TAKMliKS' INSTITUTE !
I'ttHi.limt: Ti h. tin.i.
HeoreUryi B, Maoooralp
Kor iiiliiiiiialiuii  irnuiiliiiK laud
itinl   ii-jrit-tilttnti   apply   io the i
Hucretary, Crnnbrook, ll, (j.
Muting—
Kvcry set'ond Wt-ilm-nlnv
aftAAll4AAAaiata1AAAAAAAAAZ
.OVtH
as YMur
IXPCRKNCC
Atents
TflADC NURKr
Degiqni
COFVBIOHT* AC.
Knvnne lenriltif a uttttrh mnl rtonrrii'tlnn mt?-
qnt.'hlr tints, ion fl*M whMber an
iiivtiiiiinn ii pr<iiii>iiirr»ie*TJJli»-J^«'*nuiiif*tv
HuiuMririijiviiiiiijoiitiil. HANDBOOK on l*al<ii.ti
I'nlaiiM laken ttiruuili tlunn k&. rtwlTe.-
iivf lul'"((«, without cbt-Yse, In tha
Scicttiific iHitericatt. THB CRANBROOK HBRAliD
THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF CRANBROOK
Statement of Assets and Liabilities
Eleven Months Ending November 30th 1911
|0I.I)
♦
I
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[struck Austin    wilh lhe weapon, cut-
i I ting his head open.    Before. Mi. San
♦ I kit  could hefend himself, llir      mini
* 1 lurnod tlie linplemcnl in Iun direction,
INTERESTING ITEMS
; and
I struck   in
thr
LIABILITIES.
Municipal building No. 1 i (1.21(1.(18
Klre hall building  8,881.50
Street improvement iilebeiilure. Nn. 1  8,828.88
School building debenture   :I2,H.10.07
Street improvement debenture No. '-  9,880.08
Water doboaturo  06,600.11
Municipal building No. 2  16,000.00
fl. It. Uask and Co  3,006.64
Tax kuI,i surplus   420.01
Beworaga dobentura hypothecation  45,000.00
Illlls payable ..: ,  6,000.00
Ulceus ul nssels over llaiuliiieii  40,627.78
ASSETS.
Municipal building 	
...$22,500.00
Kirc hall building and equipment 	
.. .   Ii,.'i31 .r.ti
Sidewalk and Btrcet Improvements 	
 17,700.81
[furniture and [umtshlngs	
750.(1"
Water system	
.... 78,873 65
School huildinj*	
. „ r.:i.-»I vs .:*■>
Preparatory expenses in connection with  sewerage
.... 10,606.20
Cemetery grounds	
600.00
Outatandlng accouais     Taxes  	
.   6,002.00
Water 	
.   3,318.80
Tax sale purchaae ••	
282,02
Seworage hank Irataucu 	
...    1,199.06
...    1,1112.211
Current account bank balance    .      	
879.10
 1231,737.70
Dividing societies throughout the
country will thi* year distribute bi'-
Iw.'i-ii one ami   n half and two    t■.II—
I hereby
•rtilv Unit I lime examined lhe city liiiok-H and compared Hu. vouchers and find everything correct.
JOHN CHOLDITCH, Auditor.
STATEMENT (IK RECEIPTS KOR THE   ELEVEN MONTHS ENDINO
NOVEMBER 30, Hill-
Taxes	
School grant	
Fines 	
Trade licenses 	
Liquor licenses 	
Dog and pound tax 	
Cemetery lees	
Road tax	
Water revenue	
Rills payable	
School trustees Fernie Construct ion Co.
School trustees McCallum and Co.
...»21,387.27
...   3,423,86
...   3,739.5*
...   2,1115.00
...   1,000.011
31075
142.5(1
080.00
... 19,563.86
...    5,000.00
...    3,795.25
50.00
Tax sale surplus account        426.01
Interest        ->iM
Water connection lees        880.80
-S 66,224.85
STATEMENT OK EXPENDITURE KOR ELEVEN    MONTHS ENDING
NOVEMBER .10, 1911,
Balance from 1910 	
School board   	
Finance Committee—
Salaries 	
Elections 	
(■rants 	
Printing 	
Stationery 	
Expense	
Tax sale purchases 	
..$ 0,843.48 » 0,848.48
.... 11,167.01 14,157.64
3,51111.011
101.85
1,050,00
281.211
180,63
699.60
2:i!i.n2
-$ Ii,ll52.:i2
Klre and Police Committee—
Street lighting I 1,1168.nil
Police salaries   3,909,80
Polico court   1110.02
Police supplies  2112.35
Keep ol prisoners  110.75
Fire department  5,257.29
Fire department equipment   823.42
-211,811. .'Ill
Board ot Works-
Streets and cemetery improvements $ 1,007,46
Sidewalks and maintenance     1,866.02
Public works equipment       388.no
 1 6,8(12.118
Health and relief $    2ii:i.li5 $  263,65
Debenture repayments  J 111,952.80 10,962.80
Water Committee—
Maintenance  i 1,727.60
Service    1,060.48
Extensions     2,085.23
Castings, valves and hydrants        167.10
Equipment        148.78
Meters        304.68
Balance in Imperial Baak .
Cash on hand 	
-J. 8,648.31
$ 379.10
J       23.25
(116,221.8:
DEBENTURE STATEMENT FOR ELEVEN MONTHS EN0INC NOVEMBER 30TH, 1811
SEWERAQE DBEBENTURE.
Hypothecation 615,600.06 45,060.00
Accounts as per engineer's statements   10,506.2')
Interest      '294.05
Balance in Imperial Hank     4,169.8s
 (  15,1)00.00
Proceeds ot sale ol debentures
11. C, government	
Ml SKIP \l. DEBENTURE.
tH,tl8*.2n Payments certified bv architect in iharge
'"'  Hank interest 	
Balance in Imperial Bank 	
..$17,895,511
10.10
..   4,462.29
STATEMENT OF SEWERACE CONSTRUCTION TO NOVEMBER 30TH, 1811
-$22,308.2.1
nil severe blows
iuiul.     Mr. Sanger dropped
»s   in Un* floor wiiii       liis
The    Indian tobacco   pipe wlilch is' scalp laid open,   ami with liis      face
said to have belonged tn    Sir Walter covered wilb blood.       The old ahow-
Kalefgh   haw been sold in auction torjmnn died a few hours afterwards.
75gs.    Two   yearB ago £200 was re-1
fused for the pipe.    Unfortunate!j', a\ 	
parchment giving lis history had j
been losl, olhirwixr, Hie auctioneer
stated, ii. would have fetched .1500.
This pipe, which mav Imve linn     ihr   ,
lusl    over    smoked on   Riijrlisii soil,   H"» JJOumls for the benefit ct _   tli
consists nf    tout   parts—stem, bend,
bowl, ami howl comi. n Is about    n
fool long, and weighs more tki	
nl. .M half ,i dozen points the
il is carved into red and lilghlj
polished faces ol Mohawks, monkeys
nd dogs. In ilif stem is a powerful
whistle, which i-. supposed i<> be thai
wilb which il"* Kll/abctlian pioneer
piii- summoned ins servni
Iins ai Christmas, ami of    ihis
amount about half n million will     l-i
paid n'.ii  in London.    Tin* sum   caul
memlit'i     will   receive   ranges    from
His. t,i i.2.     Tlie record   will    probably In* reached hy   tin*  New Tabor-
nat !■■ nnd Blrcet) Provident Society,
[which "ii December 18 will distribute
CIS 000    in   new sovereigns.       Tbc
I money    will be   conveyed   from the
; Uank ni Kngland in one uf iht- hank's
' motor    cars, ami   during   the three
Lord" Oeorgo Sanger, tlw ecle- hours tlmt the paying out will occupy
bratt'd show iiiiin, lias been murdered j tho building will ht* guarded by seven
at, Un* age «»f clghtyvfour hy ,i man police oflicers. The aggregate mem-
Bald io b'.' ono oi' bis employees jborship nf dividing societies in this
Six years ago ibe old man rollred country is ovei 2,000,000.
from tin- business in which In* had
boon since be   was live    years    old, I
and boughl a large farm nt East j Tin* quicker a cold is gotten rid ol
Kinebley. It appears thai the Of-[llie less tin* danger from pneumonia
saltan I attacked ono of Mr. Sanger's ami other serious diseases, Mr. }i. w
farm assistants named Jackson In I.. Hall, of Wavcrly, Va., says: "I
Lite scullery of tin* farmhouse wllh a firmly belle vb Chamberlain's Cjugh
razor. Jackson's neck was badly Itomedy in in* absolutely ibe best
slashed, and lhe man then inn into ' preparation mi tin- market fnr colds.
the dining-room, where another as- ] have recommended it in my (rlciuts
sistanl, Austin, was reading in les and ihey all agree with me." .'or
master.    Producing an nvc, tbe   nan sale by nil dealers,
, ♦♦-#♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦«♦♦♦♦♦*>«♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦,,
I! The Palace Cigar Store ■
• <     ^ . i
Will be opened Eatly Nexl Week in Ihe
HANSON BLOCK. BY
S.  A.  REID
Full Line of Best Cigars, Tobacco. Pipes and
Smoker'.' Sundries
Call Around, You   Will Be Welcome
,. ********************<***********************
********************** **********************
PHONE 340 FOR SKATES SHARPENED
PLUMBER OR TINSMITH
The Cranbrook Plumbing,
Tinsmith & Heating Co.
\V. r. JOHNSON
P. O. HOX HO I
Proprietor.
WORKS:
EDWARD ST
***********
Dr. PIPE LINE.
Labor  ,$15,846.10
litsiiran.v ol employees .     T16.2S
Material    1.1,923.06
I'lant ami tool. 1,700.94
Administration      I ITS.Oil
-jsa.ioo is
DISPOSAL WORKS
Labor  S 2.IH7 ".'.
Material .   2,930.15
Lumber 	
I*l.idT anil looll
\itmititstratioii
BngtMerh-g
Interest	
Rlrctlon 	
361.61
160 no
154.08
 $
I 8,041 M
5.89379
3.019.63
294.OS
391.05
129 H
129.60
I'r.
I*avments    (.10,800.31
(lutstamlintr accounts     1,227.11
»2,n27.l5
OOUPARATIVB (STATEMENT.
»12,(127-15
Work done a* imi
■lipllll'l'l  ■  ».'.lllll.ll..
PIPE LINK.
7748 feel nl 15 Inch mull. i.iillull leWcr, 12 05
1713 teet ol 18 inch main ..ull,ill vim. ,2 55
114 hvi ol 15 imb main outta.ll www, 18.80
148 ii.'t oi 15 nidi main outtall weti excavated nml
pip.  l.u.l   11.80	
1 IMI   loot ol     15 Inch main nnllull level       rmauiteil
only, 11.115
3ihi fret of 15 Inch main outtall *.'uci    partially   ex*
iav»te<l,   511	
8wi i,..i ii 8 imi, branch newer, Baal HaroM, li to .
65o leal ol in nub branch newer, North Baker, 81.80
72 hat oi in huh branch sewer. North   linker, aica*
rated, .95    	
120 feet ol io null branch newer, south iiaker, 12.011
180 leet „f 10 inch branch acwci South llaker, partially cicavateri, 81.00
|15,IM 10
I.HI 65
690 811
271.70
100.00
159.00
1,128.40
1.nm.mi
1,8 III
210.00
180.00
33 manholes, partially completed     1,485.00
-8 35,687.35
DISPOSAL WORKS.
Work on tank $ 3,100.00
Work, on lllter
Work on sludge Ws .
Work on pipes 	
1,025.00
150.00
158.45
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L, President
ALEXANDER LAIRD. General Manager
CAPITAL, - $10,000,000
REST, -   $8,000,000
DRAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES
Every branch of The Canadian Rank of Comirirrre i*. equipped to issue drafts on
the principal cities in the following coontrlei without dcl.iv:
Africa Crtli *."<•<•.<• N<» /.<-*\*rA
Arabia Cuba Hollar J Nor«*r
Hollar J
IcrUnJ
[rdaod
Italy
Argentina Republic Denmark
Auatfalia ***-itypl
Au>tria*-HuBfai7    feroe IilanJa
Belfium Finland
Hraiil , Pofoiota
Bul aaria France
Lnlaa Fr'chCocMfl China
Chili Cermany
China CrutBriuii
The amount of these draft*. j8 stalnl In t!
laps*:
lav.i
a Sw.,
SWrli
Sm4*m
Tananta Stxilb Africa
IV:>ia Spain
I'm StraiU S«ttl«m«r.ui
1 ■:.; ■■■-.*. I*,'***.J*    5*fd«-f*.
P.Ttui-al Swilirrlana
Rournania Tufke*/
IriSuiat
Ki
Strrta
Siam Watt lr.a\***., ttft
lOfley of the country where they are payable] that is thev are drawn in sterling', francs, marks, lire, kronen, florin**., yen,
tads, roubles, etc.. as the case may lit-. This ensures tli it tbe payee abroad v.:,.
receive the actual amount Intended A233
R. T.Brymncr, Danager Cranbrook, B.C.
Dr. de Van's Female Pills
A rellabla Prsnclt rsgulatort never (ills, These
pills nruvxci^tmt-iv powerful In rcgulstlng Hie
wnerstlvflportion0?the/em-tl- -wii. Kefuie
.ill tIie.«]> imitation; llr. ilJ Van's me v.ld at
■L-i1* l*">**.'-r tilt.-.' I r Iln. M;i1|,,| ,„ ()1iv ;„|(|rCM,
Tha Si'olji-ll Drug Co,, St. Cat hat-hies- noi
Kor sah' nt  Oeatio, Murphy & Co.,
CENTURY RESTAURANT
Onpoaitfl O.l'.K. Siniion
THE     PLACE     TO      (H:r     A
QUICK MEAL ANT   .
GOOD MEAL.
ROOMS TO HENT.
Hi-iiilipiiirlirs for nil   kinds of
Repairs
Satisfaction Qtiaranti 1 il
JOE   MARAPOD I
Tin. Shoe S-jecialial
Provenzano Bros.
General Merchants
Employment Agents
CRANBROOK     ■     B. C.
P. 0. BOI 194 PHONE 144
11 yuo want satisfaction with
your washing   s.'nd
it  to
MONTANA LAUNDRY
Special prices (or family wotk,
The PITNER Lights
IretheBMt ilaaolina I.lglila in
Hi. Worlil llemlqnarlcil fot
tliia I'loviorc
The PITNtR Lisht Co., Nelson, B.C.
THE HUME
Nelson's l.cuilin;' Hotel
1 wiih Baths.   'I'll,
arary room
Barber Bhoaon the premlasa.
Thororjguly np.i,,.lHi...
Rates, $2.00 a day and up.
080.
P. WELLS, Proprietor
TOMKIN, Manager
CANADIAN
ACIFIC
ANNCAI.
EASTERN CANADA
lx>w Boatid Trij. Ratss lo
ONTARIO, QUEBEC,   AND MARITIME PROVINCES
Ticket? on •*.*♦■
PEC. 1 TO DEC. ".l ISCLVPIVE,
<ir*A tu itiuro within lliiee
mon tin.
T,.jket« U*ro*9d lo con net tion
with UlanUe Steamibipa will be
ooealefrom KOV. 3Ot). to DEO.
Slit) incItiHve. and Hniled to five
HK-Diti*? (rom 'inl** iif i»*-Me.
_ Finen Equipment, Buodftrd
Kir*i ("u» a:. I 1., .■;*'. -leei-inu
Carn, Dining Care on all itiiongn
train--.        '	
C-T'inpartment— Ubrar)    Obnr-
vation Cur uu "Imj-erial
United."
Apply to nearaat (' P R, Agent
for fall ininrrnati'iti, of
9. 0. McNEILLIE.
Dlatrlet PaMenirer
agenl
it-r**^
+ *>*wt> + ** + ***w*
*     TIIK •
♦     Columbian     *
4 ia :i r>ii«rat)l.'«d pall./.   That i,,
**************  **************
THE *
Invcnttiry—
Material ■flWCI pipes .
OfOMDt] otr	
PI*»F. (.INK.
..$ 3,(141.115
103.40
riant unit 1<kI«—
llrar,^	
 ..,     .     .illl.oo
|-iim|is 	
 4        125.011
DISPOSAL WORKS.
Material, rrmrnl, etc. ..
       374.711
IMstributors 	
     1,177.811
$   l,IIIR.ll>
Plants and tools-
Stied	
Sundry tools	
175.00
175.00
-t 1.M2 'in
-t     3501X1
-I ',7.11. U
Cost ol newer iiinsltiitilnn to date„
Knuineerinn 	
Interest 	
i:h«tlon	
Iliiliinr.. rver ralimale ,
-t 1,103.50
t 8,049.63
I 204.05
S    120.00
-141,883.62
i    11)3.83
COLDSTREAM ESTATE NURSERIES
VERNON, B. C.
Hnvo ii very fine anortntenl ..f
Fruit Trees
Ornamental and Shade Trees
and Shrubs
BUDDED stuck A SPECIALTY
All tri'i'3 offend fnr Bale aro grown In onr own nonaries on
tlu-1'ol. Ibiiv,nn Estate
V. D. CURRY, General Agent
VERNON, B.
C.
• tli ii-
************* *  **************
142,027.15
rranbrnok. n.t'., Iter. 15, IIII.
Dr.
 t4J.027.45
TIIK JOHN HALT KNdlNr'r.lllN'ti COMPANY.
Per tleiirji,. I). Markle, lleaWent Kngincrr
Nat. 1. Harrison, t'lerk ■>! Works.
******************** **********
A Good   Home
is what is dear t» ovory man.   A homo
is where Poao©! Oomtort, Coutontmonti
nml Plenty is found. Tliat is tin- reason
ini'ii throughout British Cnhinliia, ffhoD
"Oranbroofe" is moutionod think of tbo
provisions Job, Brault has mado for an
itloal home ai lho
Canadian Hotel
*********************************************
«*
atillftcti'.n i.
respaet.  Uu
irantaad iin-.ery ^
4
I Nelson Iron Works X
4^ uuirCD       ^
a Ma* an  ever Increasing lie. k. -.
. Write tliein for partleelars. -»
**************
eiagsiB.'s.         iss.'rMs.'a'siais
1 The Ad. That's Worth
I A Dollar to You
W mi.)- be in this
fsi-nrrli of one
ri'veiil it to \oii !
Of ,
issue   and n ft)
iiiiniiti' limy %
I
% Of I'ours.. il mny !»• tlmt w
fi then' nre mis. printed lo.ilnv ju
1 thai nre worth n good iinirij- a
$ ilollnrs to vou.    Hut il ought I]
| to bo
Easy To Find
S an ad. worth ONE DOLLAR
|      Make the Search
|i       us uii  experiment
r>:£;L"\\:-: :■:: '  '      :  ■.'71 ^
BINNING,   THE   PHOTOORAPH*
BR, wmilil like the co-o|H'r,,tl<m ol
any party nr part les desirous ol having photos taken Inr Xuiaa hy doing
ao na soon aa convenient. This will
lost1!, the hest ol workmanship anil
ever)hi»tly will receive photos In
plenty ol time lor Xmas. Stm'lo
nesl to Auditorium IMI THE   CBANBBOOK   HERALD
H
Our Wish
ffisi
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XK (Vie coming year dawn
with Joy and Prosperity;
may the years that J allow
he yearn af good health and
happiness to you and those
that surround you. This is
our earnest wish.
7*o our Customer*; and
friends.
I   ,	
pi   Cranbrook Co-Operative Stores, im
«v#ir
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Tilt) iiliovi- expression is one which
is used frequently lu connection with
hair proparatHone. Just exactly'
what is meant hy it In each instance
ts a question. Baldness is not t*i
disease untl hence, does not permit ol 1
n run', it is a result Invariably to
ho traced to tho ilaitdruflgerm and,
il the condition litis hecotno chronic
llial is, if there is complete atrophy j
ul tho Imir follicles, a "cure" is ab- ,
soltitely Impossible *
Approaching baldness, seen in tall-
lug hair, may always be checked aud
il lhe hair follicles are not atrophied the hair uiuy be Induced again
In grow.
This is accomplished by regular
applications ol   Newbro's    Horpicldo
whieh eleiiiises tlu- sealp and kills the
tlandrufl germ. The dntruelion "I
the Ri-riu dues away with the accumtl-
laliiibs ul scurl skin and thus eliminates , the must common enemy to;
beautiful hair.
Soil, Klossy, dully hair oannol
grow ou a scalp Infested with dan*
ilrilff any inure Ihan it ilelicale plant
i an srow on an nsli heap, The scalp
must he kepi clean and free from ;
dandruff. The best remedy lor doing j
Ihis is Newbro's llerpicide, which re-
cclvcs the highest endorsements Irom
professional men, the stage and the
hesl   people everywhere.
llerpicide is sold and guaranteed In.
one dollar size bottles by nil drug-1
gists. Applications obtained al. all
tiist-class barber shops and hair
ilrcssinir parlors.
Address The llerpieide ('„., Dept.
It, Detroit, .Midi., enclosing llle. lu {
postage >.r silver for sample and,
booklet.
Meat lie Murphy Co., Ltd., Special
Agents.
AND NOW
THE CLEAN UP
t/JUtim
m
lim
i»v*?i! t&V;'. i&Z&i&kWla Sv:'. Mm<
J
Morris Bumham
I). W. Cooky
Committee (rom the. M.R clmrch.
I*'ru*nk Wilson
(!corgo P. Little
Clinton Davis
Com. from Presbyterian clmrch."
"During tin* evening, Fred ti. Mower in tirliiilf ot members ot church and
unanimously adopted. " congregation    in a    nicely    wordwl
"However, tlie mosl formal and out- Baptist church in Cranbrook, H. *"..
spoken expression of regret on bchall liandsome pockotbook containing
t»[ the   church ami community    was  quite
KAHKWKI.I.     TF.M.KUKl.       REV
AND MUX. (i. K. KENDALL
BY     NKW     HAMPSHIRE
(•(IMIRKC.A'I'IIIN  UPON
TUK1R DEPARTURE
PUR B. «'.
Tin- Herald lias received, a little
late, il is true, n copj ol the Antrim, N.M., Reporter, containing references in ihi* Hun approaching departure of tbc li*'. K. <> Kendall,
pastor ut iln- local Baptisl ehurcli.
Krom the Reporter's story wc reproduce Un* following extracts, .is
Indicating clearly aiul unmistakably
tin* Irlgli standing of Mr. Kendall,
now in charge nf iln* Baptisl church
in this city, among his late congregation mid tin- resident! generally "f
his ultl New Hampshire home:
"Greatly to the surprise ami regret ol iin* coitgrcttUlou worshipping
in Uu* Baptisl church on Sunday
morning, Rev. K. t), Kendall, pastor
of thv church, began 1- read his resignation. His feelings overcoming
bim, tu* handed tin* letter of rcsigna-
lion to lhe clerk of the church, wlm
finished reading ii
.■.:.■■ rn ih,' ,-,if
gregation was await- lhal Hit* pastor
had received two separate ami bona-
(Wc tails tu churches in tin- far wast,
lit* trail, il seems, been weighing the
matter fin some lime and had dually
made ins decision in accept tho oalt
to u pnst™ui»- tu Cranbrook, one o\
Hie growing cities in Hritish Columbia.
"There seemed q peculiar atlrac-
llvcncsa to tho rail thai Mr. Kendall
could nol gel away from; accordingly, ut a Bpeelal meeting of ihe church
iiit-mlitrsliip, llie resignation was
taken up uml acted upon, and to tbc
ITgrel nf those present ihat such action seemed tbo only feulble one, the
resignation was accepted and a very
complimentary series ol resolutions
were unanimously accepted, expressing an appreciation of the personal
ctiataiit'i ni Pastoi Kendall and the
consecrated service rendered by him
during his term ol four yean as paslnr of llie church, also ol tho wink t.l
Mis     Kendall    among tho      young
people.
"immediately after it became
known that Mr. Kendall would IcftVe,
his people, though feeling the forttv
coming parting keenly, rallied around
him antl his family ami united determined to show   bim how sorry they
were at his departure.
"At a united service held in the
Baptist, church on Sunday evening
last, they came out in ureal numbers
to hear his last address, which was
delivered in a most living and tactful
manner. It was not a formal farewell, but rather a talk nf llie peculiarly sweet ami saned retationsnip
that exisls htu- *n ■» pitstoi ami Lis
people ami also botwo n a pastor ami
the community at large. \\ the
close of lhe service, a si-ries (if resol-
i)lions, signed by three officials from
the Mothodlst Church, and by Him;
from ihe Presbyterian church, were
read liv D.   W. Cotiley and were then I
given at a public reception, which
was held in the parlors ot the Baptist church, on Monday evening. The
parlors were beautifully decorated
fm lln> occasion.
Antrim, N.H., Nov. 2ii, 1011,
"Whereas, the Rev. 12. 0. Kendall,
pastor ol the Baptisl chinch in ihis
■ town, closes his pastorale today, and
| whereas, by his consistent life and
consecration to the work of Ibe
Christian ministry he has endeared
I himself not only to the Baptist >■*
lety, over which in the Providence ol
God it Iras been lus privilege to labol
for the past (our years, Imt he has
won to himself the esteem and admiration of all classes of the community regardless of uny am! of every
church affiliation whatever, therefore,
at this union service of all three
churches in the village, be it
Resolved, first, that wo hereby givi-
cxprmt-M o the nigh esteem *i
which wc hold Mr. Kendall as an
earnest devoted Christian minister.
Second, that while wo regret his
departure from our midst wc rejoice
to note the unanimity, Ihc love ami
unswerving loyalty, thai has existed
between fiiinsvll and the church over
which he has been pastor, ami now-
thai the call comes lo a Inrjrr am)
mon* pn mining Held of labor, to remark the unanimity of tbe expres
sions of loving admiration ihat the
people have hud for their pastor.
'•Third, that wc as members of lhe
other churches in the community,
hereby uni It* wilh the Baptist society
in our regrets tbal our brother li
about to leave us, and we assure
him tliat as tic goes   from om- midst
Wc   shall follow-     liim nnd his family
Witb our siticercs!   well  wishes       ami
our earnest prayers that in this
greater opportunity ihat has come
lo him, he may have lhe preal joy
nf reaping on aiumilaiit harvest foi
our common Lord ami Muster, .testis
Christ
Fourth, that a copy of these resolutions he miiI tn the clerk    of      the
"Fourth, Unit il copy of those lesnlu*
to which Mr. Kendall goes as pastor,
and it like copy Ite spread on the re
cords of the    Antrim Baptist chun-li
ami a similar copy he sent to the
press.
Respectfully submitted,
Walter At wood
litmch of greenbacks, ami at
the same time he presented Mrs.
Kendall wilb a dozen sterling sllvei
dessert spoons ami a pair of table
spoons. Each recipient made a vert
feeling little speech of acceptance and
thanks.
"The reception was attended not
only by tbo other pastors of the
lown and their wives, as well as by
;i goodly number from the other societies, hut Pastor Dunlap ami wife, of
Bennington, ami sonic of bis people
wen* also present to voice their expressions td regret. It is safe to
say that Mr. Kendall never stood
higher in lhe estimation of the coin
tuiinity as he did toward the lasl of
his pastorate, lie is a man win,
wears well. He is a man who is nol
afraid lo stand on the right side
of any aud every moral issue. Lifts.
Kendall is a most estimable lady,
out* who is in heartiest- accord willi
her husband in every good work. In
the church aud the community she
loved where she is known."
When yi ti have a cold get a bottle
ol Chamberlain's Couch Remedy, It
will soon liv you up all right mid
will ward ofl any tendency toward
pneumonia. This remedy cunlaius no
opium or other narcotic and may lu*
■jlvcn as confidently to a baby as to
tn adult. .Sold by all dealers.     -I.t-U
DOWN THE GOtO OR
IT WILL DOWN YOU
Tlie danger of colds ia loo well
known to need emphasizing.
The value of Mathieu's Syrup
if T:ir am! Coil Liver Oil is so
ureal that its benefits cannot be
.ver stated.
T.iken nt the inception nf scold
it emes Immediately, and nt ull
stages of the cold its results are
satisfactory.
The Titr has local curative
power, the Cod Liver Oil general tonic value; combined they
■io the double duty.   Large bottle
,vS  cents.     At all .train*.
wli.a li.a Iiirhr nml f.-»., ar. r>r..'nl villi
. o.l.l Ink. Mtillil.il'* NVrvinr l'.,w,!,i. t.
,..!<K.   111.   Ir.r. BNd altav Ul*  I'".".    J   I.
aUtaiM Cu.. l-iup... B-atrbfaokc, Ua,.   If)
Dlalrltnlor. far W.ilirs Caaa.i
POLBV HROS. UISON 4 CONCAMV INC
»iaalpt,. CSatal.s. Vascwnr, Saikaiooa
J. D. McBRIDEJ
Stoves and Ranges
MILL AND LOGGING SUPPLIES
PAINTS        OILS        GLASS
GENERAL HARDWARE
Cranbrook B. C.        Phone 5
*****************************
UST at this time of the year it is the effort of every merchant to clean
0 .     up all odd and broken lines, and we are no exception to the rule.
We do not, however, bring in any cheap stuff espcially for sale
purposes.    We guarantee everything we sell and will refund your money if
you are not pleased or satisfied.
We are not mentioning prices, but ask you to come to the store ard
see for yourself what Real Big Bargains we are offering.
The Men's Department
Glass and Crockery Department,
and
Furniture Department
will each contribute to the sale
a large quantity of
thoroughly dependable goods
The Men's
The
The
Department
Glass and
FURNITURE
—
Crockery
Department
Contains CAMPBELL'S
and JOHNSTON'S Suits
Department
Is overloaded on account
and   Overcoats.   CARSS'
* **"--    	
of a car containing Christ
Mackinaws, W. G. «&. R.
Shirts,    Ties,     Mufflers,
Sweaters, I N V I C T U S
Offers a large assortment
of very dependable Ameri
mas Goods being delayed
in transit. We do not
wish to carry these goods
over, so are sacrificing our
and HARTT Shoes, Stub
can, English. German and
profits.
Proof Rubbers, and many
other lines of reliable mer
French wares, in the latest
There are many other
new  lines on  which  the
chandise.
designs and colorings.
prices are being reduced.
Cash Discounts do not apply on Sale Goods
Sheets, Pillow Cases, Curtain Cloths, White Quilts and
Blankets are being included in the Sale.
EVERY   ARTICLE
GUARANTEED
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