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Array TH lUTIOHAL ADYEBTISEB
KNOWS THI BEST MEDIDM-*
HE PATBONKES THB HERALD
THEORANBROOK HERALD!
PAPIB FOB THE HOn-
THE INTERESTS OP CRAN-
IIKOOK    FOBEHUST   ALTTAM
YOLUME      93
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REGULATES   CONDUCT   Ol'
CITY'S   LIGHT   PLANT
NEWLY ACQUIRED
GROSS RATES REMAIN
PRACTICALLY AS HEPOKE
Revenue Will be Unit-ted Uj Cutting Discount Rule on I.!.: lit
to Ten Per Cent.
A special meeting or the city council was held on Wednesday evening,
presided over by Mayor Genest, with
Aldermen llalment, Jones, and MacKinnon in attendance.
The purpose of tiie meeting was to
give consideration to By-law .No. 190,
a by-law respecting the electric light
system. It aims to regulate the conduct of the plant by the city In tlie
same business-like way other public
utilities are run- Regulations are
framed to bring all electrical installations up to a standard of proper
safety, thus safeguarding everybody
concerned. This comes under the
Inspection of the superintendent who
allows such work to be done under
permits, and upon Inspecting same
may either pass or reject the work.
This is Intended as a .protection against any slipshod work by a more or
less transient electrician who may
happen Into the city on a contract
job.
Rates are defined in the by-law, the
collection of which, and all clerical
work in connection therewith, will
devolve upon the city clerk's ofllce.
An Important change that will come
Into effect will be a reduction in the
discount allowed for prompt payment
of accounts, Hitherto payment by
the 10th of the month brought a discount of twenty .per cent, from the
gross amount of the light rates. The
city has reduced this in the by-law
to ten per cent, to secure additional
revenue. Light rates are subject to
this discount, but rates for power are
net and subject to a penalty if unpaid
at thirty days. Light rates in default
for thirty days will Incur for the debtor the danger of having the current
cut off, tliis action by tlie city still
leaving unprejudiced the recovery of
the rates owing.
The rates are not substantially altered from those obtaining under the
company regime, with the exception
of the changed discount. Tlie light
rates range from IS cents per kilowatt
hour gross for the nrst 200 kilowatt
hours down to IS cents gross Tor over
fiOO kilowatt hours. Commercial pow-
will range from t! cents per horsepower on r»0 to 400 horsepower per
month down to 4 cents for over 800
horsepower por month, and for large
consumers tlie superintendent and tlie
civic light committee aro empowered
to make speclul arrangements. Special minimum rates are nlso provided
for ln the case of small motors or
power used up to 60 horsepower. Vor
Irons, grills, toasters, and other electrical appliances used in Uie home
a rate of S cents per kilowatt hour
is provided for.
The by-law wns read a lirst and second time, taken up clause by clause,
and passed a third time. It will be
given Its limit reading al another special meeting to held next Monday
night.
Superintendent it Bakln reported
that a number ol bulb replacements
were nicessary In the street light,
system, seventy-five per cent of which
were due to brenkngo from rocks shied
at them. This form of youihful sport
Is naturally frowned upon by the
council und sonic steps will llkolv be
taken to curb It.
Tho Superliiit'iiili'tit also reported
ou negotiations new being conducted
with the i). P. II. for the supply of
light aud power to their buildings
here* If these go through the monthly revenue of the city from its plant
will receive n very substantial luu.it.
Provincial igfc tf*
PI .***.
CRANBROOK, B. C, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23rd, 1920
NUMBER 31
NOW LESS THAN ONE
MONTH   DISTANT
Prohibition or Sale hy Government — Not Same Question
ns In Otlier Provinces
Premier Oliver has confirmed the
announcement that the vote upon the
prohibition issue In tills province will
take place on Wedm sdny, October HO.
I ruder tho legislation passed by the
provincial house last session it was
provided (hal lhe vote should uot be
taken earlier ihau August 16. Accordingly, tin Premier points out, the
dato llxed is over two months later
than the lime mentioned in the act.
Tlie legislation providing for tbe
Vote pin., up two .propositions only to
tho electors; the present prohibition
act, as amended at tlie recent session
of the legislature, versus government
control und sale of spirituous and malt
lluqdrs in sealed packages.
lu connection with the latter proposition the elector* will bo voting
purely upon the .principle of government control, us distinct from the
practice. For should this principle
bo approved of lt will he necessary at
the next session of the house to bring
down legislation setting forth the details of bow that government control
and sale shall be made effective, to
what extent, restrictions shall be im-
posed, and features, as well as .providing machinery for the carrying on of
the business as a government proposition.
In case thc majority of the electors
i approve of the continuance of the present prohibition act, then the announced policy of the government to submit
later another plebiscite, under federal
legislation, giving tbe people an opportunity of saying whether they will
go still further in the direction of a
"bone-dry^, province, by putting a stop
to tlie Importation of liquor Into the
province.
In the provinces of Alberta, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Nova Scotia,
voting on the question of importation
will take place on October 26, but the
voting to take place on the 20th In
this province is not concerned with
that issue at all.
Now that the date of the plebiscite
In B.C. has been definitely decided,
steps will be taken immediately to
complete all the necessary detallB to
the end that everything will be in
readiness when the date for voting arrives. This will be the first occasion on which the new provincial vot-
lists, recently compiled and revised, will be used, and the lists are
now In the printers' hands in the different constituencies Tor the most
part. Some of the returning officers
linve nlso been named, Mr. T. M. Roberts bring' the official appointed to
act for this constituency.
TEACHERS CONTEMPLATE
FORMATION OF BRANCH
OF B. C. FEDERATION
Tim teachers from the central.
school, high school nnd south ward
and Kootenay Orchards schools, to
Mu number of seventeen in all, met
the central school building last
Priday afternoon for a discussion of
professional matters in general. Amongst other tilings the question or the
advisability of forming a branch here
>f the B.C- Teachers' Federation wus
illscussed, and it is likely at a later
meeting that formal organization al-
iiig these linos will be carried out.
Another meeting will be held In ab-
three weeks' time, to which teachers
from other schools In thc district a
little farther afield will also be invited.
At these meetings professional tqp-
ii-s may be taken Up by means of papers, lectures or demonstrations, of especial interest to tllfl teachers in general.
Mr. \V. T. Arthurs presided over the
meeting last Friday, Miss Woodlands
ailing as secretary.
PIONEER LUMBERMAN
HAS DEPARTED
FROM   DISTRICT
A. E. Watts, pioneer lumberman of
this district, who until recently operated a sawmill at Wattsburg, west of
Cranbrook, and wlio has disposed of
his holdings at that place to the B. C..|
Spruce Mills, Limited, which company
will operate extensively there, has
moved with his family to South Slocan, where he has large lumbering interests.
Mr. Watts came to this district over
26 years ago and has witnessed the
-development of the natural resources
hereabouts from nothing to a greal
Industrial centre, the Important part
he played ln the upbuilding of the district being well known to pioneers and
PltOIIIIUTIOMSTH
PREPARE FOR THE FRAY
Local prohibitionists aro meeting
this evening in tho Methodist Schoolroom lo line up plans for an intensive campaign during the four weeks
or so now remaining before the taking of tlie provincial plebiscite.
Rev. R. W. Lea, president of the
local branch of tho prohibition party,
was in Creston Tuesday and Wednesday this week, effecting organization
in thnt district. An executive was
named consisting of Rev. G. Knox,
convenor, and Messrs. Walter Jackson. J- Adlard and Dr. Henderson,
who will complete the organization
among themselves, covering that section. After spending a considerable
■mr In sounding the sentiment of the
Creston district, Mr. Lee Is convinced
that Creston will register strongly
on the "dry" side when voting time
comes.
present dny inhabitants as well.
With tho pioneer and his estimable
wife and family will go the best wishes of everyono that they will prosper
In their new home, and enjoy the best
of health.
IN EVERY W
SIXTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION
IS WELL ATTENDED AND
ENTRIES ARE LARUE
FILL LIST OF PRIZE
WINNERS GIVEN BELOW
Musical Program Given Daring
Course of Event Last Thursday Well Received
The officers and members ot tbe
Women's Institute have every reason
r.o be proud of the results that attended the holding of their sixth annual
fiiir and general exhibition, which
was held on Thursday afternoon last,
at the Parish Hall. There was a
good attendance during the afternoon,
and regret was expressed in some
quarters tbat lt was not thought advisable to continue the event on into
the evening, .thus permitting the attendance of still others who are not
able to take In the fair In the afternoon. Perhaps another year, based on
the success of the event this year,
this possible channel for a little expansion can he taken Into consideration.
The main sections of the fair were
fancy work, culinary and home cooking, flowers and vegetables, and school
work. The exhibits In all these divisions were quite numerous, surpassing in the aggregate the entries of
previous years. Neither In quality did
they lag behind, the task of the judges In some cases being far from easy.
To Mr. X. A- Wallinger was delegated the task of giving a formal opening to the exhibition, In which he
acquitted himself quite well, and paid
due honor to the ladles on the successful culmination of their  efforts.
The judging in the fancy wcrk exhibits was done by Mrs. Oalbralth, of
Fort Steele, and Mrs. arney, of this
city. In the culinary section, 0e exhibits were judged bw Mrs, G. H.
Thompson, MrB. A- C. Bowness and
Mrs. C. J. Little. Mr. W. S. Santo
judged the floral and vegetable sections, and most of the school work
was judged by Mr. W. M. Armsttrong
and Miss Q. Shields.
Refreshments were served during
the course of the afternoon, constating of afternoon tea and Ice cream,
aud these were well patronized; or,
as Bob Edwards has It, a pleasant time
was had. The BomeWhat unlqoe attraction of the exhibition In the form
of the "cabbage patch" also went along very successfully.
Miss Alma Sarvis opened the musical program with a piano solo, which
was received with great eclat. Miss j
Pella Greaves, the next artist, was suf-!
faring from a very bad cold coald not
do herself justice, but her enunciation'.
i all that could be desired, nevertheless. Mr- J. M. Coutts sang "The
Suitor's Grave" and responded to an
encore, when he sang by special request "My Ain Polk." Mrs. Turner
made her first public appearance ln
Cranbrook, having recently arrived
f>om England. She sang "When You
Como Home," and for an encore "The
Bird of Morn," both of which she rendered with telling effect. Mrs. Whittaker was then culled upon to give a
recitation and certainly excelled herself. Miss Honeyman, another artist
to make her debut in Cranbrook, sang
'The Swallows," which was received
with vociferous cheering, and for an
encore she rendered "Break o' Day,"
this concluding a most enjoyable musical program.
A full list of the prizewinners is as
follows:
(LASS I. - FANCY WOBK.
Embroidery on white linen, solid —
Mrs, Coutts 1st, Mrs. A. H. Johnson
2nd.
Embroidered towels—Miss A. Brown
lst, Mrs. Coutts 2nd.
Afternoon tea cloth wth crochet —
Mrs. Brake lst, Mrs. Whittaker 2nd.
Embroidered pillow cases — Mra.
A. H. Johnson lst, Mrs. Coutts 2nd-
Yoke and sleeves — Mrs. Parnaby
lst, Mrs. Brake 2nd.
Fancy knitting bag — Mrs. Brake.
Tatting — Mrs. A. H. Johnson.
Embroidered pin cushion — Mrs.
Coutts.
Tea cosy — Mrs. -Coutts.
Article in cross- stitch—Mrs. Brake
1st, Miss Kmslie 2nd.
Apron — Mrs. Brake 1st and 2nd.
Sofa cushion — Mrs, Brake lst, Mrs.
Coutts 2nd.
Hand knitted -sweater — Mrs. Whittaker 1st, Mrs. McGlll 2nd.
Article in flannelette (machine) —
Mrs. Brake lst, Miss Emslle 2nd.
Article in cotton (machine) —■ Mrs.
Brake lst, Miss Emslle 2nd.
Article ln cotton (hand) — Mrs. H*
H. McClure 1st, Mrs. Brake 2nd.
Silk embroidery on linen — Mrs-
Coutts.
Hpeclal* In Class I-
Best, collection of crochet. — Mra
Wthltlaker.
largest aad beat dtavlav % Olaaa I,
DAMAGES ASSESSED
IX RECENT LIBEL
SUIT OF PREMIER
Cost "Honest .John" $1(1110 to
Obtain His 25c Verdict — U
Allowed Almost $140(1
Premier John Oliver's 25 cent verdict In the Elliott libel suit carries a
Judgment for costs amounting to no
less than |l,8&8.fl0. This Is undor-
ItOOd lo be the final sum allowed by
the rcglutrur at Victoria to tlle Premier's solictors in the proceedings to
fix the costs. The original hill filed,
which comes under the new scale of
fees allowed in the Supreme Court,
amounted to nearly $1,(100, but objections taken by solicitors for Mr. Elliott resulted In tlie bill being pared
down by the registrar to the sum of
$1,388.20, at which amoount it was
Dually allowed.
GIVEN HEAVY FINES
Three young fellows who created a
disturbance' in the Club Cafe on Maker
Street late last Wednesday evening
were arreBted by the- city -police, and
later fined by Magistrate Leask. One
was found guilty on three charges and
assessed $70 ln all, and the other two
got off with $26 and $10 respectively-
They ought to congratulate themselves on getting off wltb such light lines, and should also be a little more
careful of their future conduct, this
being their tlrst offence.
— Mrs. Brake.
Hand knitted sweater — Mrs. Whittaker.
Yoke and sleeves — Mrs. Parnaby.
Best articles in flannelette and cotton (machine) — Mrs. Brake.
Best article in cotton (hand) — Mrs.
H. H. McClure.
Collection of aprons (three) — Mrs.
Brake-
Collection of cuBhloiiB (three) —
Mrs. Chester.
GLASS H.-FLOWEKH AN1»
PLANTS.
Sweet peas, VI blooms of 6 varieties — Mrs. Taylor 1st and 2nd.
Pansles — Mrs- Campbell 1st, Mrs.
Whittaker 2nd.
Cut flowers (collection) — Mrs-
Taylor.
Asters — Mrs. Taylor lst aud 2nd-
House plants, best collection—Mrs.
Clapp 1st, Mrs. Taylor 2nd.
Begonias — Mrs. Clark lst, Mrs.
Beech .2nd.
Foliage .plants -- Mrs. Clark 1st,
Mrs. Beech 2nd-
Ferns — Mrs. Coutts 1st, Mrs. Clapp
Itnd.
Vegetables — MrB. Taylor lst, Mrs-
iriemtng 2nd-
Specials In Class II.
Best collection In house plants —
Mrs. Clapp.
Best collection of vegetables — Mrs.
'faylor.
Best display sections 1 to 5 — Mrs.
Taylor.
Best collection ferns — Mrs. Clapp.
Best plant, any variety — Mrs. Taylor.
CLASS III- — AXLINARY.
White bread — Mrs. W. H. Brown
lst, Mrs. O'Hearn 2n\d-
Whole wheat bread — Mrs- Clapp-
Brown bread — Mra. Clapp.
Fancy bread — Mrs. Clan> 1st, Mrs.
Constanttne 2nd.
Tea biscuits — Mrs. Clapp .1st, Mrs.
O'Hearn 2nd.
Buns — Mrs. O'Hearn 1st, Mrs. Tay-
Hor 2nd.
Iced layer cake—Mrs. Bassett flat,
Mrs. Clapp 2nd.
Chocolate cake — Mrs. <Oonstantlne.
Fruit cake — Mrs. Clapp ttt, Mrs.
O'Hearn 2nd.
Cookies — Mrs- Clapp 1st, Mrs.
Clark 2nd-
Jam tarts -— Mrs. Clark 1st, Mrs-
Morden 2nd.
Lemon pie — Mrs. O'Hearn 1st, Mrs.
Clark 2nd.
Apple pie — Mrs. Fenton lat, Mrs.
Constantino 2nd.
Pumpkin Pie — Mrs. O'Hearn lst,
Mrs. Clark 2nd-
Preserved fruit ■ — Mrs. Clapp 1st,
Mrs. Chester 2nd.
Jams and marmalades — Mrs.* Chester lst, Miss Emslle 2nd.
Pickles — Mrs. O'Hearn 1st, Mrs.
Chester 2nd.
Canned meats — Mrs. Clark 1st,
Mrs. Clapp 2nd-
Specials, ln Class III.
Best 2 loaves white bread -•- Mrsv
W. H. Brown.
Best fruit cake — Mrs. Clapp.
Best Iced layer cake — Mrs. Baesett,
Best display lit pastries — 'Mrs.
'Clark.
Best display ln pickles — Mrs
O'Hearn.
Best display In Jams and Jellies —
Miss Emslle.
Best display In fruits — Mra. Clapp.
Best display of canned meats—Mrs.
Clark.
CLASS IV. - BOYS AND GIRLS.
Best darned stocking — Daisy Whittaker.
Best article in knitting — Constance
Bassett.
Best oatmeal cookies — Qwen Worthlngton,
Best bouquet of wild flowers — Helen McClure 1st. Dan Brake 2nd.
CONFIDENCE IN SEW PARTY
HEADED HV PREMIER
MEIGIIKN AT OTTAWA
KOI II GO IN HV QUIT*:
LARGE MAJORITIES
SI. John Vote Goes More Tliau
Two to One In Favor of
New Minister
By-elections held on Monday iu two
federal ridings In the east resulted
in easy victories for the candidates
representing the newly re-formed
government of Hon. Arthur Melghen
at Ottawa.
In Colchester, Nova Scotia, Hon- F.
B. McCurdy newly appointed minister
of public works received a maority of
about 1,600 over Captain Dickson, a
returned soldier who opposed him ns
ii Farmer-Labor candidate, Thero
was a large majority for Mr. McCurdy
in the town of Truro, the largest urban centre of the constituency, am-
ranting to about 2,LOO, while the rural
districts gave his opponent a majority or nbout t!0t), this not affecting Mr.
McCurdy's substantial lead on the entire constituency very much.
in the constituency of St. John-Albert, New Brunswick,, a district embracing St. John city and district,
Hon. W. R. Wlgmore, minister without portfolio in the Melghen cabinet,
obtained un even more signal victory
over Mr. Emery, a Btralghtline Liberal, the figures being:
Wlgmore 8,028; Emery 3,838; majority for Wlgmore, 4,190.
Both city and rural divisions of tho
iarge constituency helped to swell the
majority of the successful candidate
In this case.
ACTOMOBILISTS HERE
FROM LONG TRIP
-«W 	
E. \. fShirtcllff; of Compevllle, Wn.,
accompanied by his wife, arrived here
from Edmonton, Alta., on Wednesday,
en route to their Washington home.
Mr. and Mrs. Shlrtcliffe were accompanied to Cranbrook by their son and
his wife, who reside nt Nugent, Alta.
They returned to their home yesterday afternoon. They report the roads
on the entire trip ln good condition,
and the crops excellent in the Edmonton district. Mr. Shlrlcliff, who comes
from the garden section of Washington, says he was surprised to find
that this year ranchers In the Edmonton section had raised successfully all
kinds of vegetables such as sweet
com, cucumbers, beans aud tomatoes,
which thoy were marketing at good
prices.
Col. Vowel, of Troy, Idaho, accom
panied by his son, G. A. Vowel, and
bride, were also "autoists arriving here
Wednesday from Alberta, en route to
Troy. Mr- and Mrs. O- A. Vowel were
married recently In eastern Canada,
the father making the trip to Alberta
to meet them and convey them home.
Special* In Clans IT.
Best darned stocking *- Daisy Wl.lt-
taker.
CLASS V. - SCHOOL WORK.
PROVINCE AND DOMINION
AT LOGGERHEADS ON
GAME REGULATIONS
GOVERNOR-GENERAL
TO VISIT CRANBROOK
EARLY NEXT MONTH
Entertainment   of   Vice-Regal
Parly to be Considered by
Council and Citizens
No detailed schedule of the tour of
the Governor-General of Canada, the
Duke of Devonshire, now in progress
throughout western Canada having apparently been given out, it was with
some surprise that the Herald iiad
come to Its notice early this week
Hilte by chance the fact that the viceregal party are expecting to visit this
ity early next month. According to
arrangements as at present laid, and
so far as can be found out, tlie party
will leave Golden for the south on
the morning of Friday, October 8th, by
a special train over the Kootenay Central, arriving ut Cranhrook tlie same
evening nt 5 p.m. They will remain
iiere all that night and the following
morning, leaving for Feruie at 1 p.m.,
on Saturday, the 9th, where the party
is scheduled to remain till the following Monday morning.
When approached on Monday fn regard to the matter, the Board of Trade
had no cognizance of it, and naturally
plans for tht entertainment of the dis-
tingulshed visitors are still very nebulous. The stay of tlie party here
If It works out according to the schedule mentioned above, would give ample opportunity for an informal evening gathering of some kind on the
8th, and a sight-seeing trip over the
district tho following morning Presumably the city council will take
tho subject up and by working hand
in hand with the board of trade ll te
not likely the visit of the Governor-
General to Crnnbrook will be allowed
to pass by without due honors being
paid to the occasion.
The matter came before the special meeting of the city council held
on Wednesday evening. Mayor Cenest
announcing that he had received an
intimation from Ottawa stating thai
the Governor-General and Ms par'.j
would urrive here according to the
above schedule. It was decided that
something in tlie nature of an offlciai
welcome should le extended to His
Excellency, the council co-operating
with other public bodies in the clt>
In making the matter as representative as possible. Accordingly representatives of the Board of Trade.
Automobile Association, Board of
School Trustees, and interested citizens generally will be held on Monday evening of next week September
27th, In the Council Chamber, when
tho matter will be discussed, and a
committee likely appointed to woik
out the details. It is probable 'hat
an official address of welcome will te
prepared, und audi other program arranged as the stay of the party here
permits.
A representative attendance ought
to be ln attendance on Monday night.
ln order that Cranbrook may do Itself
justice in the eyes of its distinguished
visitor.
DRIVE PROGRESSING
OS BEHALF OF MOTOR
AMBULANCE FUND
Vancouver.— British Columbia game
Authorities will ignore the set of game
regulations promulgated from Ottawa
In a recent bulletin, It is understood.!
Hot). J- W. deB- Karris, attorney-gen-1
oral, nnd head of the game department of the province, has notified the
Minister of the Interior at Ottawa
that the migratory birds regulations
passed by the Dominion authorities
would be In conflict with the llrltlsh
Columbia ones being less stringent*
Official notices sent tu the game warden* and provincial police hy thc Dominion department huve been cancelled and ordered d?Ktroyed by the provincial authorities. The federal regulations proposed to allow 250 ducks
per season to a hunter. Provincial
regulation* cut these to 150. The B-C.
regulations also prohibited the use of
pump guns which the Dominion proposed tU -lilll-W
\1-BCOU93. AXD LADY
CAVE VISITORS TO
CITV THIS WEEK
Viscount Cave, a distinguished Brl-
tii h Jurist, accompanied by Lady
Ci.ve, who have neen on tour of the
Pliciflc coast cities were visitors in
Crunbrook for a short time on Tues-
„         ..«*_..,       . ...   » ill y evening, coming In hy the east-
EBsay, "Confederation of the Prof- "■ ' "™",   ,   ...   .„,„„,„ „,,,. --«,.,„
luces of Canada" - Evelyn Anderton hc-nnd train in the private car   Mata-
lst and Special, Jean Wilson 2nd. pc-dla."
Map   of   Dominion, sjhowing river The Viscount was on his wny to Cal-
aystem and railways - Hope Taylor j f       tl  t   |ty wlll go on t0
lst and special, Annie Lawrle 2nd. \\[\r'.          !m „ .„ ,„.»„«. „„.«» ««
Map of British Columbia - J. Mai- Winnipeg and Toronto before going on
one 1st. J. Dixon 2nd. tr» New Vork from which port he will
Hap of Africa, showing Plrltlsh pos- Bftn for England      Hln home Is at
Canvas: ing hns been going forward
this week in the drive on behalf of
the St. Eugene Hospital Motor Ambulance Fund. Up to Wednesday evening, by which time a good portion of
the city had been canvassed, it was
estimated that about $1200 had been
raised, though there canvassers still
to tie heard from, and this does not
Include any help that may be given
the fund by outside points. There
wero the usual campaign incidents
encountered by the canvassers — the
spectacle of people able to give liberally doling out a small donation, and
a self sacrificing few giving beyond
expectations,
The matter was introduced at the
meeting of the city council held on
Wednesd&y evening. Mayor Genest
stating he was strongly in favor of
the ..city making a donation to the
fund, especially In view of the far*,
that thc city, us a corporate body, had
never yet extended any direct help to
the hospital. No definite action was
taken, some of the aldermen favoring a request being made from an official delegation rather than the city
taking the Initiative in the matter. The
ultimate rebating of light and water
rates to tbe institution was mentioned
as the best method by which the city
could extend help to the hospital.
Mr. It. E. Beattie, who happened to
be in attendance at the meeting when
the matter came up took thc opportunity to bring before the alderman the
fact thnt this was the first time in
seventeen years that the people of
Cranbrook were being asked to contribute direct to the hospital, and In
this case lt seemed to be more a matter of public benefit rather thnn ea-
peolally for tho hospital. As a member of the hospital board, appointed
by tho government, he was able to
speak With accuracy on the splendid
ofllclcnt work bolng done by St. Eugene
It ls possible some action may be
taken on tho matter at a subsequent
meelni hy the rooncll.
AGGREGATION OF NOTED
ARTISTS COMING TO
CRANBHOOK
WILL HE HEREON
OCTOBER 2, 4, 5,6, 7
Half of Net Proceeds Will Be
DonaU'd to the Hospital Motor Ambulance Fund
Cranbrook is to have in her midst
on October 2, 4, 6, 0 and 7, an aggregation of noted entertainers, the artists being brought here under tbe
auspices of the local Great War Vet-
rans' Association. The entertain-
rs are coming through the Canadian
Chautauquas. Limited, of which Harold 11. Peat, author of the book. "Private Peat," is president.
Every member of the organization
appearing ou the program is an artist of great ability and wherever they
have appeared, come in for great
praise. At Comox, B-C., where tho
Chautauquans appeared recently, so
pleased were the citizens that they
Immediately made up a guarantee for
be reapparanco of the1 Chautauqua
there again in 1921.
lt is announced by the Great War
Veterans that one-half of the net proceeds will be donated to the St. Eugene Hospital Motor Ambulance Fund,
to purchase a motor ambulance for
the  hospital.
The attractions will be held In the
Viditorluni theatre each evening during this engagement of the Chautau-
|U& eason tickets are to be had for
$2.20, covering all the attractions of
»urse. High School pupils can obtain the tickets for tl-65, and children
for 1110, all these prices including
the war tax- Single admissions for
adults will be $1.10, children 55 cents,
also including war tax.
To give a better idea of the high
standing of the artists who will appear here, the following are mentioned:
Count Oton Szeda. violinist; Countess Oton Szeda, pianist; Alke Genevieve Smith, harpist; Charlotte Sil-
reraon Foreman, pianist; Julia Morse,
lyric soprano; Royal Willow Four,
male quartette; Elsie Mae Gordon,
reader; Louisa Watson Peat, lecturer;
.i-irolu It* Pea*, lecturer-
Below Is the program for tlie five
■lays of entertainment:
First Evening, S.15 p.m. — Concert
.ind Entertainment, Royal Willow
Four.
Second Evening, 8 p.m. — Artists'
Recital. Chqg/otte S. Foreman, pian-
st; Julia .Morse, soprano.
S.45 p.m- — Lecture, "Ireland,"
Louisa Watson Peat.
Third Evening, 8 p.m. — Artist Re-
ital. Count Oton Szeda, violinist;
'ountess Oton .Szeda, pianist.
Fourth Evening, 8 p.m- — Entertainment, Elsie Mae Gordon, Impersonation of children, songs and stories of the "old Southern Negro."
Fifth Evening, 8 p.m. — Harp Re-
■I'.al. "Story of the Harp." Alice Genevieve Smith.
8.45 p.m. — Lecture, "CanadlanlBm,"
Harold R. Peat
DEATH OP MRS. WM.
SPEERS ON MONDAY
The death occurred on Monday night
of Mrs. William Speers.*who only recently came to Cranbrook to reside
witli her husband from Ivy, Ont., and
Moose Jaw, Sask- Deceased sufTered
a paralytic stroke a short time ago.
from which she never recovered.
The late Mrs. Speers was 68 years
of age. and besides the sorrowing husband is flurvived by one daughter. Mrs.
rarruthor!., of Grassy Lake. Alberta,
who wus with her motiier when the
end came; and three sons, David, a
C. p. II. conductor residing here; S, A-
Speers. the well-known Creston merchant, and Wright, of Edmonton, Alberta. Another daughter, Mrs- (Dr.)
Robertson, who resided at Griffin,
Sask., predeceased her mother about
year ago.
The funeral took .place on Wednesday afternoon at 2-30 from the residence of the deceased lady on Burwell Avenue, services being- conducted by Rev. R. B. Pow. Interment
was made in the Cranbrook cemetery.
YAHK COUPLE MARRIED
IN CITY TffBIT
The marrlnge took place this morning, Thursday( September 23rd, of
Miss May Alice Roy and Joseph Levi
Johnson, both of Yahk. The ceremony was performed at the Methodist Parsonage by Itev. It. W. I*c., and
tlie happy couple Intended to return
westward on tba train today. PAfll     TWO
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Published   Every Thursday  by
WILL A. BLLETSON Editor
P, A. WILLIAMS Assistant M«r.
bubai-riptiuu l'ike, $2.00 a leer
BubicrlpUon Price, .U.S« $2.50 a Year
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J'rJutcd   Uy   I. uiuii   l.ubur
Advertlilnff Katoa on Application.
ChMuaeit tut' Advwiuitilnif MUbT be tn
tliis ulllce  VVednuuduy nuun the current
wwok m aecuru attention.
No Iflteru tu thu -iditur will bn Iniurt-
cd except ov.*. Lha piupur Hitftiuture
and uu.li*.'*.!. of it... wnLur. Thn rule
uduiiu of no exception.
CRANBROOK, BRITISH COLUMBIA
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 11)20
REAL BANKING SERVICE
AU branches of this Bank are in a position to •
give the most comprehensive Banking service.
Government and Municipal Securities are
dealt in. Foreign Exchange bought and sold.
Money Orders and Letters of Credit issued.
Collections made on all points in Canada or
overseas. •-*
IMPERIAL BANK
OV CANADA
Cranbrook Branch,       •       •       •       W. R. Crubbe, Manager.
Sub-Ai.ncy al Klmbarlar.
TACKLING THE HOUSING
PROBLEM
"We certainly would not have
come to Crunbrook had we
known houses were so hard to
get." Thia remark has been
made to lhe Herald not once
during the past summer, but a
good many limes, lt indicates
that lhe housing problem is a
real one in tliis ciiy, and it' it
is not faced squarely, and some
effort made lo arrive at a solution, thu result will react upon tho place detrimentally. "It
is a nice place to go. but you
can't get a house" will soon be
the reputation the city is going
to have plastered on to it, and
the healthy influx of newcomers must eventually cease for
want of places to put them.
Most western cities are facing
the same situation in a greater
or lesser degree of intensity.
and it is interesting to learn
from tiie following news item
how the city of Winnipeg is addressing Itself to tiie task of relieving the situation:
"Slioulil tlie provincial government
carry ont tlie proposal of Hon. Ed-
ward Brown, provincial treasurer, to-
oxcliange 1300,000 of Victory bonds tor
city of Winnipeg debentures, the bonds
will be released without ftelay by the
city and the money loaned out to
homo builders under the civic housing scheme at seven per cent, interest. A by-law authorizing this was
adopted at *i Bpectal meeting of the
city council. Tho $.100,000 would allow of nbout 75 more bouses being
built this year."
Being a matter that concerns
the weal of any city in general
rather than being the concern
of any one particular interest,
it is quite logical to look to the
municipal authorities for a lead
in tackling the problem. Perhaps municipal powers in regard to this matter have not
yet boen clearly defined, and if
this be so,, the convention of
the Union of It. C. Municipalities in Nelson shortly could
very well take up the matter in
the course of its discussions and
prepare it for proper presentation to the provincial govern
merit, or tlie federal govern
ment, wherever the burden of
the matter should rest.
In these times most cities are
far from anxious to take hold of
any new financial problems,
but in this case inactivity continued much longer will result
in positive detriment to the
city, and besides which, money
expended under this head would
not entail any further burden
upon the taxpayer, any such
scheme being necessarily strictly self supporting.
TAKING STEPS TO CLOSE
BALFOUR SANITARIUM
l'iUk-iit* Jlrlnir TrunsiVrri'd to
Tninquille, Coming Under
Care of Province
Twenty-five patients at the Balfour
Sanitarium were to Imve left the Institution last week, for Tranqullle,
near Kamloops, this being lhe lirst
contingent to be moved under the plan
of the Department of Soldiers' Civil
Ho-estubliehmtnt, handing over the
patients to the province, and eventually closing Lhe Balfour institution,
The patients at Balfour a number
of months ago petitioned the authorities to keep the Sanitarium there open,
and recently reported their course in
the matter, applying to tbe Nelson
Board of Trade and other bodies for
suppori of their position.
When orders came through authorizing the truuference, tbe patients
affected refused to comply, stating
ihat nOtproper acknowledgement had
been mado to them of their petition to
keep the Balfour sanitarium open
They feci that their removal to lhe
provincial sanitarium at Tranyullle
Will prove detrimental lo many of the
cases, giving less congenial surroundings, und In addition the soldier patients fear the loss of their identity by
heing mixed with civilian ii.itieuts.
They are endeavoring to Interest Premier Melghen lu the matter personalty,, but be has been away from Ottawa,
in the meantime Major Proctor, head
of the department In this province in
coming to Balfour from tbe Coast in
an endeavor to straighten out the matter.
lilt KINO RETURNS
TO VICTORIA AFTER
INSPECTING PROGRESS
Says Considerable Road Work
iliis Keen Carried On, Hut
• Labor Is Hard to Get
Hon. Dr- J- II. King returned to Victoria lust week after n trip through
the interior of the province, visiting
In the course of Ills Journey Kamloops,
Merrltt, the Yale district, the Okanagan Valley und the Kootenays, and
inspecting the progress of road work
in these red ions. He states that u
considerable amount of road work has
been done in tbe Sirailkameen district,
and tbat work will shortly begin on
the Rosslnnd-Cascude road. Scarcity
of labor has hindered work on roads
in some district, tbe Minister states,
though, wages are good. In thc Crows
Nest country much work has been
done, he stated, particularly on the
stretch between Kuskanook and Sirdar. All of these sections will form
part of the great trar.sprovincial highway, which is gradually approaching
completion.
PLENTY OF CANDIDATES
APPEAR IN YALE TO
CONTEST CONSTITUENCY
At a party convention held ia Pen-
tlcton last week, J- A. MacKolvie, editor of the Vernon News, was made
the unanimous choice of the National
Liberal and Conservative party as the
candidate in the by-election tor the
federal constituency of Yale. A district convention of the straight-line
Liberals ls understood to be held some
time this week to decide whether a
candidate under thut banner shall contest the riding. The United Farmers
of British Columhiu have also named
Friday, the 24th for a convention to
discuss tho desirability of having an
agrarian candidate, und a soldier can-
dldutu is also spoken of lu war veterans' circles. In addition to these
present nud prospective candidates,
the socialist-lalior party has already
named a candidate in Tom Kit-hard-
son, a former labor M.P. lu the British
bouse of commons, but who it is understood, bus not yet given his olllclal acceptance of tiio proffered nomination.
Writs for the Yalo by-election will
likely bo issued from Ottawa this
week, following thu by-elections in
the eust.
ln the Intimate circles of the National Liberal anu Conservative party,
it is said that Premier Melghen will
come west to apeak In the interests
of the government candidate, combining this with other business ln tbe
west.
ANOTHEIt CHAUTAUQUA
Cranbrook will be given ln
tho near future another series
of entertainments In the form
of a Chautuuqua. There is no
need to consider either one of
the bodies controlling these entertainments ns a rival ot the
other, for there ought to be
room in tliis great country for
both, and a city tliis size ought
to be able to support both. It
is a good form of entertainment
to regale one's self with, since
it undoubtedly brings within the
popular reach a standard of educative recreation that can not
be achieved by means of the ordinary road show. Artists of
Chautauqua calibre do not often betake themselves off on
tour, and when they do always
confine themselves to the larger cities, and then only at a
good stiff price per head for admission.
The local branch of the G. W.
V. A. are behind the forthcoming Chautauqua engagement in
this city, which ought to be enough in itself to bespeak for it
good support, quite apart from
the sheer enjoyment the average person will derive from the
entertainments. We have not
yet discharged our indebtedness
to the returned soldier In full
settlement of account, it is just
as well to remember.
Combined with the fact that
the Chautauqua is coming under organized local auspices
it should be taken into consideration that the War Veterans
themselves are giving half the
net proceeds to the St. Eugene
Motor Ambulance Fund, With
tbis double opportunity of Indicating that one's sympathies
tend towards these worthy objects, there ought to be good
reason for hoping Ihat this
Chautauqua will go over the
top with even more of a healthy
stride than the one prior.
MI1KKAI. LEADER
OPENS WESTERN TOUR
AT COAST NEXT WEEK
Hon. W, L. Mackenzie King, opposition leader, and chief of the Liberal
hopefuls at Ottawa, left Jhe capital
last week, and lias been visiting a brother in Colorado, and alflo recuperating for the strenuous business of
his western tour, which Is to open at
Victoria, on the 27th inst. A new itinerary has been given out of the tour,
by which the Liberal leader wilt go
north to Prince Rupert from Vancouver, east to Edmonton, south to Calgary, and west along the main line,
possibly as far as Kamloops, and then
down to Nelson, presumably through
the Okanagan, coming east along,the
Crows' N<-st line. Present ar/'-nge-
ments are understood to be that Mr.
King will speak tn Cranbrook on the
evening of Thanksgiving Day, October
ISt li.
Lesser lights ln thc Liberal conatel-
lation will accompany the chieftain as
follows: Ernest Lapolnte, M.P., H. S.
Beland, M.P., W. C. Kennedy, M.P., W.
Duff. M.P., and Andrew Hnyden.
DAIILBERG GIVEN SALTY
DOSE BY MAGISTRATE
Ernie Dahlberg, tbe man who was
charged witii violations of the law
while in charge of a pool room on
Baker Street, in the absence ot tbe
proprietor. Jack Armour, from the
city, and wlio fled to Pernie when the
police raided the place, waa 'brought
buck lust Wednesday and given a
hearing hefore Magistrate Leask. He
was assessed a fine of $50 for keeping the pool room open on Sunday,
*-., for being drunk and $100 for keeping a gambling game.
READ THE HEBALD AND GET THE
NEWS-ONLT KM FEB TIAB
CUSTOMS PRIVILEGES
RESTORED TO POST
OFFICE AT CRESTON
The matter of restoring the post
office at Creston to its status quo
in regard to thc direct dostrlbutlon of
dutiable mall matter has engaged the
attention of tho Creston Board ot
Trade for some time past, and at a
meeting lest week the board received
word of the successful termination of
Its efforts, according to the Creston
Itevlew which suys:
"Afier n, considerable correspondence with several officials ai well as
the member for Wesl Kootenay re
having Creston again made a port of
direct distribution of dutiable parcelB
shipped by mull, a letter was received
I from the deputy postmaster-general,
through tt. F. Oreen, M.P., In which
the board Is informed that the convenience sought has been re-established ns from September 1st."
jf^ It Is Not Enough
to have the bowels move. It is - >
more important to persuade liver,
kidneys, skin, and bowels toact in
harmony and against self-poisoning. BEECHAM'S PILLS act favorably upon
all organs concerned in food-digestion and
waste-elimination; they remove causes
as well as relieve symptoms.
Beecham's Pills
Worth * GuIm* a box.
CRESTON' WANTS SHARE
OF CAPTURED GERMAN
GUNS AS WAR TROPHY
{Creston Review) »
"A delve into the proceedings of the
board of trade of several months back
revealing tlie fact that assurance had
been given that when the German artillery was being distributed as wnr
trophies Creston would receive every
consideration, and as almost every
town of consequence in the Kootenays has now received one or more of
these guns, the secretary will write
the War Trophies Board to ascertain
when Creston's allotment of this discarded artillery is likely to be shipped.
With definite information on this
point the soldiers' memorial commit
tee might (Ind matters easier to hun-
flk in the way of choosing a site."
TARIFF COMMISSION
NOW SITTING IN WEST
After holding sittings last week at
Winnipeg and Medicine Hat, the Tariff Commission proceeded on to the
Coast, where sittings have been going
on this week at Vancouver and Victoria, Following a tow day sitting
at Vernon on Monday and Tuesday of
next week, the Commission wlll'come
on to Nelson, sitting there next Thursday, and at Trail the day following
From there they jump to Calgary, at
which place the organized, farmers'
bodies are expected to put up their
big arguments for a lowered tariff on
manufactured articles. The Canadian
Manufacturers' Association, who are
held to possess views diametrically opposed to those of the farmers' todies,
presented their case for the maintenance of the present tariff at the sitting of the Commission In Winnipe;
ARE VOU PALE FACED?
DO YOU NEED A TONIC?
THEN GET
VITAL TABLETS
Lack of hlood causes all sorts of
diseases and trouble. The- disease
germs attack you much easier- You
are down nnd out before you know It.
To mako blood take Vital Tablets.
They are a wonderful blood maker. If
you have lots of pure' blood, you can
throw off a tot of things that otherwise would be impossible. Vital Tablets are a grreat Tonic, not only will
they make blood, but they will build
you     up. Go    to    your    drug
gist nnd get a box. Price 50c a box
or tt for $2.60. The Sccbell Drug Co.
Montreal.
The Cranbrook Drug and Book Co.,
Cranbrook,* B.C.
MCDONALDS
Brier Plug
\ JWOKING TOBACCO
■"   v;^ <a S#^;\ Aiteryears ot domination
reryears on
tilfCannda'
s preference
TWENTY TUBS ISO
Extract* from the Cranbrook
Horald ot thla date, 1900
OPERATIONS
UNNECESSARY
HEPATOMA removes Gall Stones
correct! Appendicitis In 24 boura
without pain. Registered under
Pure Food ud Drug Act. M00
Sole Muutactirer
MRS.   OEO.   S.   ALMAS
Bex 1073            IN «» Aw. I.
 Saskatoea. Basa.	
Lumber
Wholesale and Retail
FIR and LARCH
DIMENSION  and   TIMBERS
PINE and SPRUCE
BOARDS and SHIPLAP
SHINGLES, LATH,
MOULDINGS, noons.
WINDOWS, Eta
CRANBROOK
SASH & DOOR CO.,
Ttltphon* 01 LU.
There are now 41 men employed In
anil around the C P. R. shops in Cranbrook.
"Uncle Jim" Ryan and Archie
Leitch arrived home from Calgary on
Sunday evening. They report that a
snowstorm prevailed during their stay
there.
Several years ago a man named
Ridgway was working placer ground
near the falls of the Moyie a considerable distance above Moyie Lake.
Tiie ground was what was known as
drifting diggings and history tells us
that it paid $400 per week to the four
men working there. Ridgway one day
lost his life when the tunnel in which
they were working caved in. Messrs.
West, Wolf, Quain, Miller and Sim
Palmer have come to the conclusion
that the mine can be re-opened and
have restaked it, antl will work it immediately.
BAPTISUMCH
The usual services will
befeeld on Sunday next,
September 2(ith.
11 am., Morning Service.
12 noon, Bible School & Classes.
7-80 p.m., Bvenlng Service.
Thursday evening, Prayer Meeting.
COKE AND WELCOME
IF YOU WANT-
A GOOD BUSINESS COURSE
A GOOD STENOGRAPHY COURSE
A GOOD TELEGRAPHY COURSE
A GOOD WIRELESS COURSE
A GOOD ACADEMIC COURSE
ATTEND THE FAMOUS
Sprott=Shaw
School of Commerce
336 Hastings St. W., Vancouver, B.C.
Tj   It has a wonderfully large uud complete equipment.
^1   It has seating capacity tor 375 pupils.
ft   It has a staff of seventeen teachers, every one of which le a
specialist.
The "SPROTT-SHAWWAY" is the "WAY OP QUALITY"
GET INFORMATION FOR THE AUTUMN TERM.
R. J. SPROTT, B.A, Manager
FOR PAINTING
-AND—
PAPERHANQIN0
lto.
Telephone
JOHN GARD
Phone No. 409
Cranbrook,   .    .    . B. C.
NELSON BUSINESS COLLEGE
DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES
A complete course in Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping and I'enniansliip, under tlie
tuition of a practical teaching
staff.
For particulars, apply
c:. W. TYLER, Principal,
Box 14, Nelson, B.C.
9-
Wheii   In   Spokane  Make]
lt the
Hotel
Coeur
d'Alene
The Hotel With a Personality.
Convenient to Everything
Very Moderate Rates
-jttetyoiJigt Cljurcl)
SUNDAY NEXT
11 A. M, DIVINE WORSHIP
7:80 P. M.—Divine Worship.
Preacher l REV. R. W. LEE
You are Invited
The subject at the evening service will be the
PROHIBITION ISSUE now facing the people of this
province.   A large attendance is specially urged.
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
ot Canada Limited
Offices, Smelting and Refining Department
TRAIL, BRITISH COLUMBIA
SMELTERS     AND     REFINERS
Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper and Lead Ores
Producers of Gold, Silver, Copper, Blnestone, Pig Lead and
Une "TADANAC" Brand.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
\   DR.W.A.FERGIE
I DENTIST
] Campbell-Manning Bloek
I I'hone 17
J Offlce Hours, » to 1»| 1 lo • I
\m*m
CHAS. S. PARKER
Forwarding and Distributing
Agent for
Lethbrldge and Urmahlll Coal
Imperial Oil Ca.
Distribution  Cars a  Specialty.
Draylng and Transferring
(liven Prompt Attention.
• I!   rone 63   ::
Drs. Green & MacKinnon
I'hyslclans aad Surgeons
Ofllce at residence, Armstrong
Avsnue
OFFICE HOURS
Forenoons   S.00 to 10,00
Afternoons 100 to   4.00
Evenings 7.90 to   S.I0
Sundays  9.10 to   4.10
CRANBROOK, B. C.
DR. F. B. MILES
DENTIST
Offlcs In Hanson Block
OFFICE HOURS
• to li. a.m.
1 to   S p.m.
CRANBROOK, B.C.
ROWLAND KIN«
MINING ENGINEER
Vice-Presidsttt
The C. M. Fassett Co., Inc.
Engineers, Metallurgists
Chemists, Assaytrs
Laboratory Supplies
M7-MMU-IM Wall Stmt
SPOKANE, WASmOMI
MONUMENTS
Kootenay Granite * Mon-
■mental Co-, Ltd.
Oeneral Ston* Contractors aad
Monumental Works
Frest St. Nelses   r.O.twiMI
Drop '■ Prices
Timothy and
Alfalfa Hay .. $26 down
Oats $26 down
Wheat, 2 weeks. .$40 down
Flour $26 down
Only by Quantity Baying
and   Seasonable Require*
ments can Low Prices
be obtained.
'jAMES~KERRIfiAN
DISTRIBUTOR Thursday, September 23,1920
THE      CRANBROOK      II15 It A L D
PAGE   THREE
SHOE POLISHES
THE  BIG  VALUE  BOX
Pastes (or Black, Tan, Oxbloou uud Brown Shoes
While (Juki and Liquid (ur White Shoes
1 TUB P. f. DAUEY CORPORATIONS LTD..
HAMILTON. CAN.
GOOD REPRESENTATION
EXPECTED AT MEETING
Ol' ASSOCIATES BOARDS
tit|iiiiiii)iiiiiiiii":ii|'t' : . i.i'Hiiituinimuiiijii.'ii
Pacific is
Always Good
Pacific
ATBJJBr
Httii
"1 like Pacific Milk hotter than nny
1 have tried because tt is always the
same. I know beforehand what each
can will bo like.
"Then, too, 1 have never round a
cun that tastes of the tin.
"It certainly is like fresh cream.
"I use it for everything."
—Mrs. W. A. \V.
PACIFIC MILK CO..
Limited
Factories ut
LAUNCH and ABBOTSFOBD, B.C.
LODGES A.M) SOCIETIES
I.O.O.F.
KEY CITV LODGE, No 48
Meets   every
Monday uight
       at Fraternity
Hall,      Sojourning    Oddfellows
cordially Invited.
Nobis Grand,        Rsc. Sec.,
J. H. Cameron       W. M. Harris
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Craakroek, & C
Meets every Tuesday st 8 p.m. In
ths Fraternity Hall
C. O. Bwgstroni, C. C.
a a Collins. K. B. 4 8.
Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend.
CRANBROOK
FARMERS'  INSTITUTE
Itegular Meeting
SECOND   SATCBDAV   ot  each
month at * p.m. In the City Ball
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meets tn tlu
i'arlsli Hall
tlrst Tuesday
afternoon of
every month
st 3 p.m.
Pres. Mrs. IC.
H. Leaman
•soy. Mrt. J, W. Burton. P. O. Boi 621
All ladies co-dlslly limited
t'ntni.*\
lllt'illl \*
GOOD Bread    i
HIh IMvh
('aki'H und Pastry nro   1
mmir   In
u tasty
manner whlcb   .
Invites  t
is most
exacting por-
mm
to call
again, ut
thi:
HOME
BAKERY
I'll-UH*   s
Norbury Atc.
F. M. MACPHERSON
I'nri winker
Pkote ir>o
Ncirburi  Ai*, nrxt to  Vttj Hall
WII.I. CONTINUE M:w
daylight siitvin:
ALL THROUGH WINTER
Now ('■ P. It- tlmetntilQa go into
offocl im Ootouor .!nl. mul is mi.lor-
stood that they will bear tllfl welcome
(innouncomoiil uf tiio continuation
through tin, winter months of the *Iay-
llght train service tlirouah tht crows'
Nest PnsB, between Cranbrpoh and
Lethbrldge. Il is not expeoted that
the new timetables will make much
change iu irnin times or services lo-
tally, IE any at all.
USE "DIAMOND DYES"
Dye right! Don't risk
your nrateriul. Each pack-
age of "Diamond Dyes" con-
tains directions no simple
that any woman can
diamond-dye a new, rich
color into old garments,
'draperies, coverings, everything, whether wool, silk,
linen, cotton or mixed goods.
Buy "Diamond Dyes"—no
other kind—then perfeet re*
milts are guaranteed even if
you have never dyed before.
Druggist has "Diamond Dyes
Color Card"—10 rich colors.
CRESTON COMPANIES
ARE INCORPORATED
Among the company incorporations
announced last week from Victoria
are two with head offices registered as
at Creston.
They wero the Brown Garage. Limited, authorized capital $20,000; and
the Staples Fruit Company Limited,
capitalized at $50,000.
Don't overlook tho dales of the Canadian Chautauqua which will appear
here on October 2, ■(, 5, <i and 7, under
tho auapices of the local Q, W. V- A-,
in the Auditorium Theatre.
ILOH
"30&SPICOUGHS
NOTICE AliO OWNERS!
Application formg have been received by the undersigned from the
Provincial authorities In regard to
juveniles driving automobiles. Between the ages of 15 and 17 a permit
required. Under io persons are
not permitted to opera* 6 an automobile.
Applications can be made to the
undorslgneQ at his ofllce in thc city
hall.
P. ADAMS.
B-16-8t Chief of Police.
Strawberry
Jam
That's Good
Tho reason thai Quaker Brand
Strawhcrry Jam has such a tliu flavor
te because wo use Uio berries from lhe
best fruit lopda in the province and
mako tin in Into jam Immediately they
are picked.
Tlicrc ts no BOcret. Nature glVQB
tlu* berries their flno flavor- We retain ii.
THY ONE CAN!
Dominion -runners II. C, ltd*
Head Office:
Vancouver, B. C.
CBANBBOOK   COTTAQB
HOSPITAL
rrlrate Narslnr Hoho
Licensed by Provincial Govt.
Maternity and General Nursing
Massage aud Rest Cure, Highest
References, terms moderate.
Apply Mrs. A. Crawford, Matron
Phone 259 P. O. Box 846
Address. Garden Ava. Cranbrook
Many   Important   Resolutions
Will Be Brought Up for
Endorsation
(Special to Uie Herald)
Invermere, B.C, Sept. 18- — The secretary of the Associated Boards of
Trade of South-Eastern British Columbia, comprising those of Fernie,
Cranbrook, Creston, Windermere and
Golden, advises that the executive
have decided to hold their second annual convention at Fernie on Wednes
day, the 39th of September, the time
of meeting to be after the arrival of
tho train from tlie west. It is expected that u large number of delegates
will ho present representing the various hoards mentioned, as matters of
great importance are to be brought
under discussion.
Amongst otlier motions submitted to
lho secretary to date are are ones relative to the sitting of the Railway
Commission at Nelson; the-possibility of urging tho provincial government tu start some irrigation projects
throughout the district, or to take over some of those already established
ami push them along; another asking
lho provincial government to mark the
main l rails with standard road signs
in conformity with the signs used by
the Dominion Trails Association; another urging them to protect Uie tim-
ber along the main highways so that
the scenic grandeur may not be Impaired; still another asking for the
formation of a Land Registry Office
for tlie district of East Kootenay; and
ones petitioning the Dominion government to rush Uie completion of the
Banff-Windermere road and the extension of the telephone system from
Windermere to Wasa.
Au effort will also be made to make
some changes in the constitution as
it at present exists.
ROYAL
'YEAST CAKES
Roya.1 Yeast
has been the
standard  yeast
in Canada,   for
OTer 50 yean, and it
ia a well known faet
thai brea.d ma.de
with Roya.1 Yee.st
possess*! a. greater
amount of nourishment than that
made with any
other.
WINDERMERE 1 All!
I AST WEEK PROVES
III..III.Y SI < ( ISS1 I I,
LARGE PARTY PROM
EASTERN STATES
HOLIDAY IN DISTRICT
Fernie. — Geo. Eastman, of the famous Eastman Kodak Co., with a large
party of friends, arrived in Fernie on
Tuesdny of last week, via Coal Creek,
from the Flathead Valley. The size
of tlie party may be better understood
when it is said that lt took thirty-two
pack horses to convey the outfit. This
is the second year Mr, Eastman has
put in his holidays In the district, and
lie expresses himself as altogether
delighted with the scenery, the hunting and the fishing, and he expects to
come again next year. The party left
on Wednesday for Rochester, N.Y.
Quit Tobacco
So easy to drop Cigarette,
Cigar, or Chewing Habit
No-To-Bac lias helped thousands to
break ths costly, nerve-shattering tobacco habit. Whenever you bavs a
longing for a smoke or chsw, Just
place a harmless No-To-Bsvc tablet tn
your mouth Instead. All desire stops.
Shortly ths habit ls completely broken, and you are* better ofl mentally,
physically, financially. It's to suy,
so simple. Get a box ot No-To-Bac
and If lt doesn't rslease you trom all
raving for tobacco In any form, your
druggist will refund your money without question. No-To-Bac It mads by
the owners of Cascarsts; thtrsfort It
thoroughly reliable.	
PERNIE MAN APPEALING
AGAINST LIQUOR SEIZURE
On Tuesday of this week, His Honor
JiHlgo Thompson, sitting at a special
session at Fernle, was to hear an appeal made by W. Kerr, of that city,
from a conviction under the Prohlbl-
lion Act made by a lower court. Back
in the summer lie was fined $75.00, and
liiuor lo the estimated value ot be-
woen J10.000 and $12,000 was confiscated. Tlie appeal Is to quash tills
conviction and also for restitution ot
the liquor seized. A. B. Macdonald,
if Cranbrook, and F. C. I-awe, Fernle,
nre appearing tor tho appelant, while
he cloputy attorney-general for tbe
irovlnco was expected In person to
mmllo the case for the Crown.
"FREEZONE"
Lift Off Corns I    No Pain I
DR.0aVAN'S FEMALE PILLS r„',„';
inetlidiif fni- nil I't-malv Cotnplntlll. J*. '- lit)*
or three for JIU, ni drtiK -.tore*. Mailed lunnj
addrriwtiiirecdiiti.il' price. TltftBci 111:1.1. nitct.
Co,, 8ffttothVrlm.it! Ontario.	
PH0SPH0N0L FOR MENS^Sff
(or Nerve and Hrnln;tm*rat«ti4 "uuy tiinHci".
ftTfililc- will l.u.lilyniiiij*. flit l»>... or t wu iu.
fSjltdriiKXl'Tcii 01 I y tiifill.nrri'.i'ii L t:l l.r.iT
TllKSrilHK-.l, n*1!ACn,-R.   I'-UlN.-.!.-"!  .mil..-'
*M hy Cnafacook Baok 4 Dm* O*.
Montane Ittstauranl
MmIr it AU How
Vlfori, OlffureMM •nd Canty
CltANBROOK BTHKBT.
H-poilte tdfl Bank of Commerce
MOItKISlY HILL ftOAl)
MAV SOON  BE   PUT
INTO BETTER SHAPE
"The road around the Morrissoy Hill
Is not iii very good Bhape," Bays tho
Fernie Free Proas lust week, "and tlie
|ieoi>le of Fernie should make an appeal for a special appropriation to be
devoted to widening tlie road so that
two cars will be able to pass. Moi-
or traltlc lias become so heavy of
late thaal it is dangerous for euyonc
but an expert to drive a car between
Elko a'nd Fernie. Tlie Hoard or Trad*
should get busy with the government
at once."
Later information ou the subject
is contained in tlie following paragraph, also taken from the Free Press
of last week;
"Road SupU,McDonald informs us
that ithe road to MeBain's Lake, near
Jaffray, ban been opened for the use
of cam. He also slates that he will
shortly .put a big gang of men at work
on tho Morrlssey Hill road in order
to widen it out and make It safe for
traveller!*."
Entries Ojiilr ns Xu in oro us as
Usual, und Finances SLUo
Work Out Well
(Special to tho Herald)
Invermere, B.C., Sept. 18. — Tlie
tenth annual fair lor tlie district held
under tlie auspices of the Windermere
District Agricultural Association, nt
Athalmer, was brought to a Buecesful,
conclusion on Thursday. Tho number of entries, which ran up Into many hundreds, compared very favorably
with the aggregates of other years,
Tlie stock pnrt of It was if anything
Bllghtly belter than last year, and afforded the judges a belter chance to
show good points In broedlng. The
fair was a success financially as well,
the amounts taken in for entrance
feet, gate recelpta and for leas served
in the building clearing all Uie operating expense*! and leaving n little
margin, while tbosJoonl subscriptions,
together with nro provincial government grant, about cleared up the
amount of the prize money.
lu  tlie  wny of outside attractions,
there  was a baseball match  between!
a white aggregation and the local Indians, resulting iu a win for the former In  the tenth  inning, though  the
Indians  hud  up to  that time  pretty'
much tbcif* own way In the matter of
Uio score.    The last days proceedings I
ended with a ball in McKay's hall.      .
Tbe  management  of tho  fair  wns!
good throughout, and  reflected great |
credit upon President Arthur Taylor, I
and Uie Association secretary, Dr. p.!
W, Tumor.    The judges for tiie general exhibits were Messrs. Robertson,!
Twigg, Edwards and Alton, while for
tho indies' work aud domestic science
Mrs.  G.   Krlckson  nnd Miss LoMalro
performed the onerous duties.       Tht
work of .presiding over Uie refreshments came under Mrs. Arthur Taylor, Mrs.  James  L,   McKay and  Mrs.'
B. Palmer in tbo main.
ORE SHIPMENTS TO
SMELTER AT TRAIL
Following Is a lint of the ore received at the Trail Smelter during the
week ending September 14th, 1920:
Mine and location Gross tons
Emerald, Salmo      83 C
Cranby Cons., Grand Forks ..*. 120
Iron Mask, Kamloops     32 C
Krao, Ainsworth     -II
Josle,   Rossland     235
Laat Chance, Greenwood     27
Mandy,   LePas,  Man 217
North Star. Kimberley      18
Ruth. Sandon  .•     40
Redress, Sandon       4
Silver Glance, Gelgerieh      7
Velvet,  Velvet     42
Volght, Princeton     27
Company  Mines   7947
Total   880H
ABOUND AND AROUND
A friend bunds us tho following
from the "Book of Smiles," the moral
of which is something worth thinking
about.
The railroad man
He made a raid;
A dollar more—
Tbe railroad paid!
The railroad then
Demanded aid;
More fare, more freight—
The shipper paid!
The shipper stung
The  wholesale trade-
It kicked a bit,
But sUll it paid!
The wholesale man
Was »ore dismayed,
But promptly bled
The retail trade!
The retail trade
As best it can.
Collects it from
The railroad man!
And so It goes!
So wise are men!
The railroad man
Begins again!
OTHER TABLETS NOT
ASPIRIN AT Ali
PROVINCIAL POLICE
ACTIVITY AT VAHK
Two convictions under the Prohibition Act were recorded at Vahk last
week, and In each case a. line or $100
was imposed. A seizure of liquor
was also made by Inspector Dunwood-
ie, of Fernie, consisting of 120 cases,
tbe property of E. Clausen, Yahk, the
ground for seizure being that said II-
i|iior was stored in a place otlier than
ii private dwelling. Tbe case will be
heard at Yahk today.
CANADIAN
Pacific
Arrival & Departure of Trains
From -, Arrive
Montreal, Calgary ... dally 12.10 p.m.
Medicine Hat,
Calgary, Local dally ex. Sun. 8.30 p.m.
Klmberley .... dally ei Sun. 3-10 p.m.
Uolden and Lake
Windermere..Wed. & Sat. 3.30 p.m.
To Leave
Spokane, Vancouver..Dally 1220 p.m.
Calgary, Med-
cine Hat Local Daily ex Sun. 6.45 a.m
Klmberley ... Dally tx Sun. 7.05 a.m.
Lake Windermere
& Golden..Mod. -fc Thurs. 9.00 a-m-
XOTE—Cranbrook time Is on* hour
later In each case of arriving and
leaving.
O. T. MOIR,
Agent
For the .Manufacture of FUR GARMENTS. REMODELLING, Etc., I have scoured the services of
the AMERICAN Fl'RRIER (in the
presence of F. Janett, late of
1007  First  West).
A LITTLE OUT OF Tilt  HAY — BUT COME OB
SEND IP ANI) SAVE A FEW DOLLARS.
Calgary Taxidermist
JOHN G. .MITCHELL, Proprietor.
"02 Sth Avenue West      • -       Calgary-, Alberta
P. O. Bo*. 145$     -     Phone M2451
£Ei&i
A Pleasant Drink
FERNIE BEER ie the best beverage made, for business
professional men, for weak persons, everybody,
everywhere, this beer is hale refreshment for wholesome thirst
THE ELITE IN BEER — 'NUFF SAID.
Fernie-Fort Steele Brewing Co.
WALTER HARWOOD     -     Manager     -     FERNIE, B.C.
f*
m, sl}/,m   s%Asm   ,r\f.m    f\f,m    t^Sm t it[f,s, i.tysm    -jft-fl
Cranbrook Cleaners and
P.   W.   WILMS,   Mansger.
Foremost Cleaners and Dyers of Everything
Phone 157
[jjioliiiii msjlsn i
CRANBHOOK, B. C.
,es/i,i »yt"ii^'-i»v
Dyers |
Box !»       1
mmmm^tstsehjQg
The New OVERLAND Light Four
Only Tablet* with "Bayer Cross"
are Genuine Aspirin
Doesn't hurt * bit! Drop a UUI*
'Freexone" on w aching com, latently that corn stops hurting, then
shortly you lift lt right oil with angers.    Trulyl
Your druggist sells a tiny bottls ot
"Freetons" (or a few cents, sufflclent
to remove svery hard corn, soft corn,
or corn between tk* toes, and the eeJ-
|1<
If you don't see the "Bayer Cross"
on the tablets, you are not getting
Aspirin—only an acid imitation.
The "Bayer Cross" is your only wny
of knowing that you are getting genuine
Aspirin, prescribed by physicians for
over nineteen years and proved safe by
Millions for Headache, Neuralgia, Colds,
Rheumatism, Lumbago, Neuritis, and for
Pain generally.   Made in Canada.
Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets—also
larger sited "Bayer" packages can be
had st drug stores.
Aspirin is the trade mark (registered
in -Canada), of Bayer Manufacture of
Monoaceticncldestcr of Salicyllcacid.
While it is well known that Aspirin
means Bayer manufacture, to assist the
£ublif against imitations, the Tablets of
layer Company, Ltd., will be stamped
wllh   their  general  trade  mirk,  ths
J*
t0*—atringfeM*-
""■bofnch    Wheeibaae
MILEAGE COUNTS IN THESE DAYS OF HIGH FUEL COSTS.
An interesting test ot the milcanif efficiency per gallon of gasoline haa been
made In Cranbrook wllh one of the Now Overland Pours, It being desired to see Jus*
what the car would do per mile in the consumption of gasoline.
TIIE OVERLAND FOLK'S PERFORMANCE.
Draining tlie tank dry of fuel, a Rnllon only of gas was placed In the tank and
off towards the Mission went the little car. Over Iho most difficult roads hereabouts
she kept up Hit pace and when the engine refused lo funotlOn longer It was fount* U«t
exsotly 31% miles was the distance covered. <
A demonstration ot the many good Qualities of this popular car can be had
any time at •
DEZALLS GARAGE ■  Cranbrook. B.C. PAGE FOUR
THE     CBANBBOOK     HEBALD
Thursday, September SS, 1920
WMMMMV
Canadian Chautauqua
Auditorium Theatre
FIVE EVENINGS
October 2, 4, 5, 6 and 7
Under auspices of the G. W. V. A.
PRESENTING THE FOLLOWING PLATFOHMISTSt
COUNT OTON ^ICOA       Violinist
COUNTESS OTON SZEDA      Pianist
ALICE GENEVIEVE SMITH     Harpist
CHARLOTTE SILVERSON FOREMAN     Pianist
JULIA MORSE    Lyric Soprano
ROYAL WILLOW FOUR   Male Quartette
ELSIE MAE GORDON  Reader
LOUISA WATSON PEAT   Lecturer
HAROLD R. PEAT     Lecturer
Prices:
Adults       High School Pupils       Children
SEASON TICKETS |2.20 .. SM..I5 .. |U0
SINGLE ADMISSIONS    1.10 — .55
Above prices Include war tax.
50 per cent, of the net profits will be donated to the St.
Eugene Hospital Motor Ambulance Fund.
m ******** m emMmemMt*%s\nmmmmmmmm
Over tbe Cea Cups
Insure with lioalo -fc Blwell.
+   +   +
If you uro contemplating a trip to
tlie Old Country, book through Beale
& Elweli   steamship agents.
+    +    +
Oats $70.00 ton, crushed oats $72.00
ton, Barley $3.75 cwt., Barley Chop
$3.85 cwt., wheat $5.25 cwt-, Timothy
Hay $45 ton. Crunbrook Trading Co.
+   +   +
Tungsten Lamps, 40w 460
Tungsten lamps, 50w 50'
Cranbrook Exchange
Our low prices win every time.
+   +   +
Prune Plums for preserving $200
case, C.rabapples $2.36 ca.se, Wealthy
Apples $2.25 case.
Crauhrook Trading Co.
+ + +
A meeting of the \\\ ('. T. U. will
bo held on Thursday next, September
30th; at 3 p.m., at the home of Mrs.
W. B. McFarlane. Garden Avenue. A
hearty invitation is extented to all Interested,
+ + +
Desk equipment for the high school
arrived from Gnlt, Ont., last week and
has displaced the tables and chairs
that were doing temporary duty in one
of the rooms Needed textbooks have
also been arriving from the east, allowing things to go ahead quite free
ly.     A few more pupils have been enrolled during the past week, bringing
lho total up to about seventy-five,
+   +    +
Kent a Deposit Box from Beale &
Elweli and patronize home Industry.
•r*   +   +
E. Grade linoleum, $1.40 per tquar*
yard.
Cranhrook Exchange
Our low prices win every time.
+   +   +
Hear Miss Tlierasa Seigel,  dramatic   elocutionist,    at    the    Methodist
Church, Friday night, the 24th Inst., ln
"Tho Sign of (lie Cross." Admission
50 cents.
+   +   +
Itev. it. W- Lee will conduct services in tiie Methodist Church on Sun
duy next.      In the evening he will
preach on the prohibition issue as It
now faces tlie people of this province,
+    +    +
citron for preserving, 3c lb., Ripe
Tomatoes $1.70 case, Oreen Tomatoes
$1,05 case, Pickling Cucumbers $2.25
case, Table Cucumbers $1.65 case.
Cranbrook Trading Co.
+    +    +
Dr. Charles Bland, of Calgary, who
spent the week-end here, conducting
services at the Methodist Church  on
Sunday, and speuklng again at a congregational meeting on Monday, went
out on Tuesday morning on his return to Calgary.    He accompanied Mr.
T. C. Phillip's hy car as far as Blair-
Corporation of the City of
Cranbrook
TAX SALE
September 30.
PAY  YOUR DELINQUENT TAXES  BEFORE
THE ABOVE DATE AND SAVE YOUR PROPERTY.
A LIST OF PROPERTIES WHICH WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE CAN BE SEEN AT THE OFFICE OF
THE CITY CLERK.
TIIE LAST DAY FOR REDEEMING PROPERTIES
SOLD AT TIIE 1919 TAX SALE IS
SEPTEMIIEB 10th, 19(0.
more,  getting on  the  evening  east-
IjoimU train there.
+   +   +
Sugar cheaper again,    20 lb. sack
$4U0, f22.76 cwt.     Brown sugar 20c
lb. Cranbrook Trading Co.
+   +   +
Kent   a   safety deposit box trom
Beule & Elweli.
+   +   +
Mason & Rlsch pianoforte in splendid condition, for sale cheap.   Star
Second Hand Ston.
+   +   +
The Ladles' Aid ot Knox Church
will hold a Bazaar on Thursday, 2nd
of December, 1920, an event which all
Interested are asked to bear ln mind.
+   +   +
See Beale & Elweli about that improved forty acres near Klmberley.
House alone cost 11,600.00.    This ls a
real snap at 1660.00.
- +   +    • ,
Klour $8.00 cwt., Five Roses, Royal
Household. Quaker and King's Quul
Ity. Cranbrook Trading Co.
+   +   +
Tlie pupils of the high school con
template holding a masquerade soc
lal at the high school on the Friday
evening before Hallowe'en.
+   +   +
Beale & Elweli still have a few modern cottages for sale cheap.     Buy
your home now while the price is low
and save money.
+ + .+
A rare treat awaits lovers of good
elocution ln Miss Theresa Seigel.
program at the Methodist Church, on
Friday, the 24th, at 8 p.m. You w
be sorry If you miss it.
will
CRESTON BOARD OF
TRADE SUGGESTS LATER
DATE FOR MEETING
Thinks Time Not Sufficient to
Prepare Resolutions (or Associated Boards Meeting
At a meeting of the CreBton Board
of Trade held last week the matter of
representation at the forthcoming annual meeting of the Associated Boards
of Trade of Southeastern British Columbia at Fernle was taken up. The.
CreBton Review says
"A letter from the proposed new
East Kootenay Associated Boards of
Trade was read, in which the date of
September ?9th was suggested as a
good time for the meeting of the organization, with Fernle suggested as
the meeting place. As the time was
too short for the preparation of resolutions, etc., the secretary was Instructed to write asking that the meet-
Ing be not held till about the middle
of October, and the following were
selected as convention delegates:
President Constable, C. O. Rodgers
and S. A. Speers. Owing to no provision having been made ln the financing to take care of thla latest affiliation the delegates win be In attendance at tlieir en
Social-Personal
It is good to be safe. Complete protection against Plre, Sickness, Injury,
Auto Collision.     Also Lite Insurance.
Cranbrook Agency Co.
"Scotty" Buchanan left on Tuesday
for a visit to Calgary.
J. McCarthy and wife, Bull River,
were here last weok-end.
P. C. Coe, Klngsgate, was a business
visitor in the city Friday.
Henry S. Jones nnd wife, of Calgary, were here Friday.
T. U. Bevan, Coleman, Alta., wae a
guest In tlie city Tuesday.
J. (I. Billings, Fernie, was a business culler iu the city Tuesday.
City Clerk T. M. Roberts was ln Nol-
snii lasl week-end on business.
.Mr. nnd Mrs. Hughes, of Wycllce,
were among Saturday's arrivals.
J. Ferguson and wife, Vancouver,
were visitors to the city this week.
C. D. McNabb, of Waldo, was a business visitor in the city last week-end.
F. C. Stockdule, Invermere, was a
business visitor to tlie city tliis wetk.
WI G. Bodkin, the Bull River lumberman, was a guest iu the city last Saturday.
E. Michael, and wife, of Spangle,
Wash., were guests in tlie city on
uesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Sawtell, Burlington, Idaho, arrived in the city
Monday.
Simon Taylor wns among the westbound passengers en route to coast
points on Sunday.
•A. C. Cooke, Jaffray, one of the pioneers of tlie district, who came to this
section In '98, waa a visitor in the city
Tuesday.
Stanley Hill, who lias been nt. Vancouver for the past three weeks, the
guest of his mother and sister, has arrived back In Cranbrook.
Mrs. W, D. Hill, accompanied by
lier daughter, Miss Innls, will arrive
here from Vancouver some time next
week to remain for some time.
Mrs. Moberly, of Toronto, mother
of Mrs. Wllber Hill, who has been a
guest here for some time ut the Hill
home, leaves on Saturday for Vancouver where she will spend the winter months.
ti. E. Warner aud wife, of Golden,
accompanied by Martin Collins and Dr.
Lee Heriger and wife, made up an auto
party arriving here the first of the
week.
Munuger RobertBon of the Royal
Bank of Canada, accompanied by Mrs,
Robertson aud their little son, spent
Sunday with friends at Creston, arriving Imnie on Monday evening.
WANT ADS.
STAR SECOND HANS  STORE
Phone 9.
We pay the beat prices going for all
Winds of furniture. We buy anything from a mouse trap to an automobile.
KKUISTEKEll    HOL8TEIN    STOCK
FOR SALE.
Choice of cows, heifers and young
bulls. One a magnificent bull calf,
will make a show animal.' Extended
pedigrees on application. All from
splendid milking strain. Prices from
$50.00 to 1500.00. Also some grade
stock.
M. 1'ATH-TART SCOTT,
23-9-7t Newgate, BC
WANTED. - Contract, or work by day
or montii for four team:*, goo.l
work horses, till spring Leave
enquiries at Herald Ofllce.
0-23-4tp
FOR SALE. — A house, eight rooms,
and bath. Close In. Price $1800.
Phone 479. 16-7-tf
FOR SALE. — Guruey cook stove, four
* hole.     Coal or wood, good baker.
Going at a bargain.    Particular! at
the Herald Olllce, or phone 382.    tf
Mclaughlin  automobile  for
SALE. — Six cylinder, In fine running shape, good tires j and three
spares. An exceptional value ln a
■lightly used second hand car. The
price Is reasonable. Particulars
at Herald Ollice. tf
SHEEP FOR SALE
Ramboulllet,    Ha nip shires,   Llncolns
nnd Komneyn.
We have all of the above breeds ln
the very best registered rams. Have
some espectully flue stud rams, fit to
head any stud flocks.    ,
Also offer 200 head selected cross
bred or Corriedale rams.
Our Corrledales, Lincolns and Rom-
neys are bred up from Imported New
Zealand Stock.
Also have for salo sovoral bands
slock sheep near border.
Prices on application-
H. STANLEY COFFIN,
M-4*
Beautiful Ivory
Start your friends
on a set of French Ivory Toilet Ware. A
gift now and then will
give them a set they
will be proud to own.
Artistic Monograms
One of our pretty
monorgum3 will make
the set moro individual
and completo. A gift
of tliis character is always appiociated nnd
serves ;i useful as well
as decorative purpose
W. H. WILSON,
Jeweler
Mr. and Mrs. George Keyes, of
Peach land, B.C., passed through tho
city last week-end ou their way from
Edmonton, Alta., to their home in tho
Oknnagan by car, after having spent
some time ln northern Alberta-     ,
Mr. and Mrs. George Hogurth, who
recently motored to Calgary accompanying their two sons buck to that
city where they re-entered school, arrived buck in Cranbrook on Friday
last. Mr. Hogarth reports the roads
on tlie whole us fairly good.
Local agents for Tompleton's Rheumatic and Asthma and Hay Fever Remedies, Beat tie-Noble, Ltd.'s Drug
Store.    Come in and talk it over.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. A.
Ashworth on Friday lust, September
17th, at the St. Eugene Hospital.
Rev. R. W. Lee held church services on'Sunday lust at Wycllffe und
Kimberloy, in tlie morning and afternoon, returning to tlie city again ln
the evening.
A. P. Noble returned on Saturday
from r. vacation spent up tlie Skookumchuck section, und is again on duty
in the pharmacy department of the
Beattie-Nohle Drug Store.
Members of the first year high
school class were duly "inltinted" Into tlie dignity of membership in the
school by tlieir setiiors of the other
years one day early tliis week. The
proceedings were bereft of anything
that was otlier than harmles6, the
most serious part of tiie program apparently being tlie spilling of a lot of
youthful dignity.
Packet of
WILSONS
FLY PADS
WILL KILL MORE FLIES THAN '
\ $8°-°WORTH  OF  ANY   /
STICKY TLY CATCHER.
Clean to handle. Sold hy all Druggists, Grocers and General Stores.
Special  Reductions
In Children s Shoes
Regular SALE
Price PRICE
1015 BROWN OXFORDS, 12 to 1 $4.25 18.85
2022 WHITE OXFORDS, 4 to 10i/a 3.25 2.85
402 Boys' BROWN LACE, 8 to 10% ... 4.75 3.50
302 Boys' BROWN LACE, 11 to 2  5.25 4.00
438 GirlB' BROWN LACE, 8Vi to lOtt.. 5.00 8.75
335 Girls' BROWN LACE, 11 to 2  6.50 6.00
406 Boys' BLACK LACE, 8 to 10i.i, .... 4.50 8.50
306 Boys' BLACK LACE, 111/2 to 2 ...... 5.25 4.00
THESE ARE ALL NEW STOCK, BUT WE WISH TO
MAKE ROOM FOR NEW STOCK WHICH
WILL ARRIVE SHORTLY.
AGENTS FOB WILLIS PIANOS
SEE THE WILLIS PIANOS NOW HEBE
BECOMES BHIDE IN
.MOYIE HOME WEDDING)
At the home ot the bride's parents
at Moyle, B.C., on Sunday afternoon,
September 19th, Miss Alice Sophia
Frnnsen and Mr. Floyd Hurlbert were
united In the bonds ot matrimony.
The bride was formerly stenographer
at-the Western Oroceds, Limited, in
this city, the grooni being a locomotive fireman with the C. P. R.
The ceremony, In keeping with the
simple and beautiful surroundings,
wns performed according to the impressive rites of • the Presbyterian
Church, Rev. R. Ersklne Pow, of this
city officiating.
The bride, tastefully gowned In
brown and carrying a rich bouquet of
cream roses, was assisted by Miss
Jessie lto, and the groom was supported by Mr. Lewis Owen.     Among
the guests was a brother of the groom,
William Albert Hurltert, ot Medicine
Hat.
After tho ceremony, a sumptuous
wedding supper was partaken of, and
congratulations extended to the newly married couple. Many presents
testified to the esteem In which the
brido was held. The groom's present to the bridesmaid and the groomsman were a pair of gloves and a scarf.
Mr- am! Mrs. Hurlbert leave for
tlieir new hnme In Moose Jaw next
Friday, travelling by way of Revelstoke. They will be followei by the
best wishes of their mnny friends
botli ln Moyle and Cranbrook.
II. L. Tucker and family, of Everett,
Wash, accompanied by Fred and Ralph
Tucker, were motorists coming
through here this week.
Cold Nights
mean that there will be some COLD FEET.      Take no chances — get
that Hot Water Bottle and be ready.      We have
Miller's C-Kurv-Nek Bottles
superior grade and guaranteed for two years.      These are the highest
quality rubber put Into any hot water bottle.
Just In!
A small assortment of
Sweet Grass Baskets
Pick one out now, they are up-
to-date and well made.
DON'T FORGET
t
the
Chautauqua.
(Canadian)
October 2-4-5-6-7
Noble H. R. Peat, President
CRANBROOK DRUG & BOOK CO.,
J. FRED SCOTT, Manager
ALL HAIL ORDERS PBOMPTLT
ATTENDED TO
OUR SUNDAY HOUBS ABE 4 to I P. M. Ul I to t Pall.

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