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Array THE CRANB
j a
)K HERALD
VOLUME 21
CRANBROOK,    BRITISH COLUMBIA.
I'lll RS11AV,  .1 VXl'ARl
Victoria
tlTISH COLUMBIA
akwaij
HEPORTH SHOW    CLUB TO  BR  I\
FLOURISHING COMHTION
STOt KBHKKIIKKS TO DISCUSS
BANOB CONDITIONS OK HIST.
At tlie biK meeting of Stockbreeders
to be held in ('ranbrook on Wednesday
A    VKHV      afternoon, Jan. 29th,   In   connection
with tlie meeting of the Farmers' institute on the same date. Mr, McKen-
,/.ie, the Government range expert will
Phoasanl eggfl which i s)ieak on range conditions here,
in sorry to say that1     Mr. McKenzie is, without doubt, the
i raflk failure ' greatest authority on his subject In !
is concerned.   America today and he Is the man io,
i'  we gained    whom Is due the credit for the build-'
in good stead   intf up of thc range in the states- to
the south ol us. On Mr. Be&ttle'e roc-
The riu-iisanis which   wo   received ent visit to the Coast he Insisted that
from  Mr   HonderBon of Creston, and j Mr. McKenzie should be sent Into this
which woro turned loose on the ranch  district to give us the benefit of .lis!
of Mr. Peter Woods ot Cherry Creek, advice and experience.   Mr. Beattie is
sooni to have done well, as several \ today in receipt or a telegram from
ft' and    on   [the Hon. Dr. King advising him thai
j Mr. McKenzie will be here Jan. 38.
insider •    The Retail Merchants' Association
is the fines-   has extended   an   Invitation   to   the
are aware, & | Stockbreeders Association to he their
guests at a smoker and luncheon to
be held ln the evening of the day of
(lie meeting.
GRAND HI U f KXUE WON
BY WARD.OF IRAXBHOOK
Local Overflow
si'mmakv   o;   thi:  uoNsrKn,
( KM Ll l>. i> <»\ FRIDAY
bonspell
brook Dn
and urlzeB for the Curling
lto on view at the Cran-
and Book store and made
display.
■f
P»j
ill
Tho annual medlnc ot Use l'ran-|    Regarding tin
brook  District  Hod  an'l   (-11% Club | wo Importod, I mn sol
was held In the city hall on W'cdncs-j Mils turnod oul to bo
day, Jan.   15th,  with  tho  Prraiiltint Insofar as raisingthou
Uslor Clapp, ln the rhnlr.   II was a Howovot tho oxperlon
most ontbuslastlc  mootljeC with 86 j will probably Btnud ua
nu'iubers  present.    Had lhe  Crows | another sou'son,
Nfiit Curling  Association's annual
nieetiriK no boon held ou   thu   snill'
evenlnR  there   would  have  boon    i
much Infgor attendance present.
The niluutos  or the  last  gonernlI Boom lo lu
mooting were read and adopted.    Ou   young bird:
motion or  Dossil nnd seconded  by   throughoiil tho summer.
Webster lho Cranbrook  Herald no*      A question that we should
count or $2.75 was ordered paid.   Tl arly dining I
gume  committee  reported  thnt  Mr.   tiim ot bylaws
Dunn hud written to Mr. Ilakcr. chair-! sei ot bylaws vn-:, drawn up and up-
nuui ot the (lame Conservation tloard' proved last Bprlng, but were hold over
asking hint to furnish the club witli on accounl of Iho propowl to form
roll Instructions regarding lhe carol a Provincial Association with sland-
or pheasants and also ir il would he   ard bylaws.   As this seotns to have j no*n,IS(!
possible tor the club to obtain    a   fallen through, I think we should go j
number of Hungarian pheasants for nhond and   print  our bylaws ut ao i
breeding purposes. early dale. i
Tho  secretary  read a leler  from      When tills matter comes up 1 would [    A meeting of the Y.M.C.A
Challenge   evedt    from   Stewart,   of
Macleod, by a score ot S to 9.
The thaw Hi at ael in on Thursday
leave for tiie front.   Ih' i< a
tt Mr..   Kd.  Williams and  M
brothel
...  Robt
continued all day Friday and bj tlie
time tli.- laal event was '<• be played
-\i cording  tn  tlie  report
President D. C. Coleman ot tl
it la that company's lutentlo
end tho engine bouse at Ct
ind to rebuild tlie one ai sit
Service:   will he hold in ti..
from 'lie fours  'o tiie final the ice
war- very boD and slopuy    There was
nu  pebble  on   il   and  main  strength
and luck iii iteg ■ 'i! -kill w.in tli.. day.
It" the i'i- had remained good two of
thc best garni     if thi bonspell would
i in ex-
da r.
Presby
have uudoubti . ■  bei n  ailnessed be
torlatt Church next Sunday t
a usual
tween Ste vart a"nd I aim ron to gel mil
in ihe nn il of -'ii' Grand Challenge
' truing service 11 a.m., bvoi
Ing ser
in  Hit
'■ ft'tiN   and   Wa
Slewnrt-I anierun
id* phi
meeting of thi
icultural Assocl
■ of winding u|i
ASSOCIATION
KLECT Ot-PH'KRS
.irele,
would A meeting of the Y.M.C.A. Bowling
Mr. Baker to Mr. Dunn, stating that like to see the meeting dates changed, j Association was held on Saturday last
he had requested the head game- j At present our bylaws cal for a gen-] for tho purpose of reorganising. Re-
keeper at Challa Farm to furnish the eral meeting to be held on thc second I presentatlves from several learns
club with full Instruction regarding j Tuesday in the month. I find that were present and the following offline raising of pheasant.   Also that  there aro several of onr ltvest mem-1 cere elected
nt circle
a number of Hungarian Partridges.
possibly fifteen or twenty, would be
available fur us In the spring.
President—Mr. ('. S. Maharg.
1st vice-president-—Mr. E. Doner.
2nd vice-pres.—R. B. Forsyth.
The secretary's report  was    then I dent or secretary. j    Secy.-Treus.--Mr. D. Mulr.
read, which was as follows: The meetings throughout the year)    An executive committee comprised
Mr. Chairman and Fellow Sportsmen: | have heen  well attended, the largest' of the above officers and the captains
hers who cannot attend on tills night,
and 1 would suggest that the meetings be open to tlie call of the prosi-
In presenting th.H. the first report meeting being the July meeting when
of the Cranbrook District Rod and -IK members were present. There have
Gun Club, in which I have embodied | been thirteen general meetings held
a general line up of the work that j since the organization of the club,
has been done. I feel sure that you
will agree with me that the club has
been a great success from tho time of
Us organization ln Nov. 1917.
The club was organized at a meeting held ln the City Hall, on Nov. 7th,
1917, at which meeting seventeen
members signed up. and proceeded to
elect officers, and tine up a program
for the year.
Tiie secretary was instructed to get
in touch with the department and find
out what the chances were for a supply of fish to Im? distributed In the
various waters of the district. We
did not seem to get very much encouragement at that time, however.
application was eventually made for
luti.OOO fry, with tlte hoi>cs thai* we
might at least get hair that amount.
We were agreeably surprised when
Mr. Ogilvle dropped in on us and informed us that he was here to start
a small hatchery, and thnt he would
bring In aboift 200.0(10 --ggK nnd incubate them here. I need not go into the details of tbe hatching operations, ns you arc nil familiar witli
them. Suffice it to say that the venture was a huge success, and the result was that we were able tn distrlh-
ute in first class condition, the fid-
lowing: in St. Mary's Dake, "75.000:
Hock I-nke, Jeffrey, 18,0OO( Premier
Uke, 25,000; Moyle Uki> 60,0.00,
Doyles Utke 2,000; Perry Creek Duke
4.000.
The Hatrhery    was    taken    down.'
brought Into town nnd Is now stored
at thc rear of the Kootenay (forage,
ready  for  hatching  oin-ratious  again
this sensmi    To this end, application
has been made to the dept. for lOO.aon
eyed eggs of tlie aix-eles known   as
Brook   or   Speckled   Trout;    and    1
would Strongly urge thnt the incoming executive camp rij-lu on the trail;
of  lhe  dept.   until   they  are  assured
that this amount or more will be al-1
lotted to us.
1 would like to see in this connection, a committee appointed to look ■
after Ihe eorrespondence relating to
obtaining Rainbow Trout eggs. I may'
say that I huve been trying to liM-atei
a hatchery that breed Rainbow Trout
but bo far huve been unsuecessful. I
The Fishery Dept, al Washington lent
me a list of hateherlea lu the States1
hut It was evidently nn old Hit, a*
several letters I sent were nlurucd
unopened, and thone that did reply;
ull seemed to be hatching only Drool,
Trout By the way, 1 think it would;
altHt be ii good Idea to get prices on
Brook Trout eggs, no thnt in thi event
of the club having funds to spare, wo
might do worse than invest it In this <
iiiauuer.
Ilugurding (lame Birds, an effort ;
was made to import quail early in'
the Bprlng and nn order sent tn the
McKcnzen Game farm of Yardley, Pa.,;
for two dozen of these birds. Unfor- j
Innately they were sold out before our
order arrived, and wo were unable to
get them elsewhere. 1 am afraid we
would not be able to get them again j
this year, as I see that the State Departments on the.other side arc tnk-|
ing all that are available. However
I don't think we should let this worry
us, as I think that there arc other
game birds such as thc Hungarian
Partridge and the Rlugneeked Pheasant that can be Introduced here and
will do far betor than tne Quail would
do.
Through lhe kind efforts of Mr. F,
A. Dunn, wo havo bes-i promised a
number of both these varieties from
the coast, and If we devote our efforts to attending to them properly
when they arrive, 1 believe wc will
i a snceesi al then.
no meeting being held iu the month
of November owing to the fin epidemic
At tlie -.-lose of the year the association had a membership of lfiS.
and I sincerely hope that these will
all sliow up again this year. The
club is in good shape financially, as
the financial report  will show.
Thanking tho members or the executive and other members for their un-
ol the various teams were also formed. Six teams are assured, and the
gnmes will be played on Mondays.
Wednesdays and Fridays.
The teams and the schedule  will
appear in our next issue.
Cameron t '>'.
guarded, s
Cameron dro
rhlg,       Slew;
Becond
drew  ai
hind lit
on .
ihol oi
other
#1000.00 H'Mi
The public meeting called for Wednesday evening, Jan. 22ml to consider
the disposition of tlie Christmas Cheer
Fluid, was only fairly attended owing,
,. , ,     perhaps to unfavorable weather. The
tiring  efforts  to  assist   me  through- , ...
_... ,,._ I meeting was called to order at , p.m.
with Mr. J. p. Fink in the chair. At
om the season.
Yours faithfully.
Tv T. COOPER,
Moved by Shankland and Dunn that
the secretary's report be received, and
thnt a vote of thanks he tendered to
the secretary.—Carried.
The financial report was then presented, ns  follows:
Cash Received
Memberships   	
Donations 	
Check returned (Quail)
Total   	
$108.00
, $53.20
. $24.00
$240.80
liMMir-cnienl*
stamps.  Btattonarj.  nolle
meetings. et<   	
Remittance for Quail 	
Pheasant Eggs  	
Balance Pheasanl Eggs ..
Expenses Hatching Fry—
W   Umb, wage-	
Transportation 	
Donation (Ogllvio) 	
Qatue breeder 	
Photos of Flali  	
Wire for Pheasant pen
Total    .
Cash Received $240 20
Disbursements
Cash in hank..
ter a varied expression of opinions
a resolution was drafted aa follows::
Resolved, thut a committee composed
of Mr. J. P. Fink. Mayor W. F. Cam-,
eron. Mr. J. Miller, Mrs. Laurie, Mrs.
J.  W.  Burton and Mr. W. s.  Santo
hold the fund fn trtiat with full power
l to act, in conjunction with tlie CI.W.V
i A., when a permanent  headquarter!
Is  established.    Darin* tne  meeting
, Mr. Geo, Leask was the recipient of
■ a hearty vote of thanks lor the use
of thc Auditorium and tiie Rex during
the $1000 campuign.
ard. i.i
on four foot i
Stewart took
Cameron took
game was i \<
Stewart mn
The tenth .
lows: Stewarl
to front  ring,
Just  nvef   liie
on guard. :*
ring. Camen
the S foot fin;
own and cur
Cameron got
across ring f.
short. C'amei
and mmle it a
but was nam
guard.    Cann
nnd curl in.
enough  of th
won the end .
up a long guard: Cam-
in   I  fool  ring. Stewart
Cameron drew another
Stewart drew to bai It
.ju  drew another to S
Bewarl split two shot';.
i ountlng.    Cameron
Aari   look   off   guard.
another guard tn 8 fojit.
removed   it   and   lay
S foul ring.   Cameron
ii 4 foot ring, just ho-
Siewarl tailed and fell
leron drew to his own
pg jusi behind the tee.
ii out and lay shot.
It ont and lay ^*   The
Fall F«i
date of
held in
day Hex
tin
.Inn. -.'Till.
Mr.   Jar-.   Coutts   sat
Scottish   song   al   the
meeting held in tiie c
hall of the Cranhrook
nesday evening of la
what could he more
mong the devotees of tl
than ii rousing Scotch
himself proud.
g a ver>
curlers ai
ipacious d
hotol on
si week,
approprlnl
ie roarln' ■
Up
8 end
on Ihe fltll end.
as played as fol-
mI. Cameron drew
short,
Word has
worth from
nnpl
he
for
ovim
a I
who was very popular for :i
He went overseas with on
early battalions,    Ho  was
j to  Captain   aud  now  the
lino.   Cameron fell! •»<-,lt "'" M*  marriage  ho
rt drew  to  front   colved,    The bride  being
iis,-ii  his guard  to Margaret Adkln, of Cloven
ewarl wlckl off his  Pftrk' K*nt- wWcn ",I,K ",:i
i for second  shot.! -l9t-
own and raised it [
-ond.   Stewart was
■kt
art',', slu
M. .„-   ( KtMlKHOk   (ITY   RAMI
iU)t2' EIiBCT OF1U I.IIS
$20.39  "
8 2S i        A  business meeting  was  held  in
conjunction with the regular practice
of the Cranbrook  Hand  on   Monday
evening  hist,  lu   Clapp's   hall,  when
the  hand   was   properly  re-organized
. ^ftJ and the following officers elected for
the year:
President—W, a. Burton.
Librarian—Arthur Birch.
Secretary-treasurer—D, a. Kay.
Hand Master   W". A   Burton.
4s.no
40.00
10.00
.. 3.00
. , -2M
$199.79
$199,79
40 41
$240,:
$240.20
more numerous now than in previous
years and thot If a close season on
deer  was  necessary  the  preference
Dunn Webster That this report I should be given to white tail, asthey
be received and filed    Carried, | seemed to be getting scarcer.
Deiall-Hurry:    That    a   vote   of|    Mr.  Dunn replied stating thnt the
thank;- he tendered Mr. lv 11, Mephee
for auditing tin- books of ihe association,- Carried.
The meeting was then thrown open
for the purpose oi collecting dues for
renson a close season wns placed on
sheep was on account, of so many
applications coming for lrennission to
take sheep for scientific purposes.
And nlso stated that thc Game Con-
191H. Forty throe subsi-rlptlons were | semtton Board would be glad to secure proposals and recommendations
regarding close seasons after their
next meeting which would he held
some time in February.
Several members aired their views
regarding infractions of the game
laws, especially the wholesale slaugh-
to the i **" °r u11 -"tod-* nf game by Indians,
aud It was tbe unanimous opinion of
all thut no relief was in sight until
anme wardens were reinstated and
lu sufficient numbers to enrry on the
work efficiently.
Hutch-Toft - (iulinont: That u committee of three be appointed to draft
resolutions to the department asking
that nn appropriation from revenues
from game licenses be made large
onough to enable the Came Conservation Board to provide for a sufficient
number of game wardens to curry
out and enforce the game law-;.—Carried.
This committee was appointed: Mr.
Gulmont, Mr. Fink and Mr. Dev.all.
Fink-Hutchcroft: Thnt the secretary write all the district vice presidents and state their duties.—Carried
Gulmont - Fink: Thnt in future the
monthly meetings be held nt the
call of tho president and secretary
instead of every Becond Tuesday and
that the bylaws be changed to that
ef feet,—Carr led.
Ryekman-Attree: That Mr. A. M.
Chisholm of Windermere be made an
honorary member of this club.—Carried.
Gulmont- Hutchcroft:    That   the
turned in io the socretar/, Following this ihe election of officer- took
place,
Shankland- Dunn: Thai the same
officers in ro-cloetod with the exception of the executive committee.
■-Carried
Discussion then followed
advlsiibllliy of enlarging the cxe.-ullve
i eiunmiltee t-o as to hike in repre. en-
> latlvoi in the outlying district.
Fink •Gulmont: Thnt the bylAws be
amended as rollmvt-; That a number
. of Vhv-l'residonts may be elected
, faun  (hue to time as die cluh may
deem wise.
| The president then called for uom-
i Inatlnns for vice-presidents in out-
1 lying dint rids. The following .were
j elected: Fori Steele. A. H. Nlchol;
W'asa, W. H. Shlra; Klmberley, ,1. R.
Wiseman: Jaffrey, A. ti. Wilmott;
Iwycliffe, S. (1. Clarke; Moyie, John
Taylor: Yahk. A. 11. DcWolff; Bull
I River. Tl. El, Murklo; Klngsgale, G. H.
j Hales; Wardner, G, Lesselyong; cros-
I ton; Dr. Henderson; St. Marys Lake.
; It. R Burke; Marysvlllle. A. M. Chisholm; Invermere, l<\ Stoekdnlo; Wll-
imor, M. M. ftandllands; Athelmern, J.
i McKay.
Election of the executive resulted
as follows J. H. Fink. F. H. Dei all,
I A. R. WphHter, Geo. Hogarth, T. B.
i South.
Mr. Ryekman and Mr. Nlchol both
spoke on the subject of close season
on sheep und boh tail does. Both
(dated that from tlieir observation.*
aheap and Mock Ull deer were fas
Final in t
o'clock i'i it
was blind.
Second end
end Stewarl
Stewnri cou:
Stewarl was again
drew for short guard
Stewarl put on lull
i attemptod to wlch
got the wlek hut not
iirl iu and Stewart
the name.
art-Ward
rand Challangt
'he
Ollll
the sixili.
the eighth,
Stewarl ci
Ward unit
lying the
end was s
and Ward
winning ii
Challenge
Followin
winners:
al i'i
first  eiidrCr-iHl>r.ook...
nn!   a  stone  in  the  ring.
st,-wart counted -.   Third     The   19th
i  louuied :..    Fourth eiur
nted 1" Then Ward began
le got  1   ia the Hftli. 1  in
; in  the seventh and 2 in
Score now stood li to li.
inted I in tiie ninth and
led one in the tentli end
core ngaln. The eleventh]
awart's witli a counl ot 1.,
lay --' in ihe twelfth end
e game and the Grand
.itli a score of S to 9.
Uexandor Barretl Macdonald. K.C.!
How dfies thai look and sound? The
D .raid is happy to extend congratulations to a worthy fellow townsman,
Mr. A. It. Macdonald. who lias ju-t
heen elevated to the King's Counsel.
He is one of the leading lawyers In
the province and has been practising
in British Columbia for the past ten
years, lie is a graduate of ihe On-,
tario tmr in whicli province he practised for five years before coming to
New Blouses
Pretty-: &SEtf ^e of Silk,
Crepe-de-Chenc and fine Georgette
Crepe in Ivory, Flesh Maize Rose
and Navy. Made with the New
Dutch Neck or with Convertible
Collars
PRICES from $6.50 io $12
Big Saving on
Winter Millinery
ALL HATS
Now
HALF Price
McCreery Bros.
Bim-D-iCS DAY C0)SS AND CLOTHING STORES
ffi<^&* titty n.mtynmttiXf*
tyn i^said^w ii^fri
■ the prize and trophy
The (iriiml Challenge
Ward, of Crnnbrook, won tho
and first prize.   Stewart, of Macleod. I
second.   McNabb, of Lethbrldge, third
Cameron, of Cranbrook, fourth.
The Hngruth
Liphardt and Voung of Pernie, play
off ror first aud second.   Stewart, of
Macleod, third; McPhee of Cranbrook,
fourth.
The Kncleod
nnlversary  services  of
Crunbrook Methodist Church will
■e held on Pirn-Jay v.nd Monday next.
January llth and 27th.   The preac', r
US  t! m   "'ill   he  the   Kev.   I    V.
MoDougnll. IM) or St. Paul's Church
Spokane Dr. McDougall is aa *'■-
quent preachor and is pastor o.' th
largchl church in .';inkane. lie v i'l
preach on Sunday at ll and 7.30 p.tu,
special music being rendered by ' "
.■hoir assisted by Mrs. Ed. Patle- in.
dn Monday evening there will be a
special public anniversary gathering.
"I'l Dr. McDougall will speak on "Lifting
up a standard." a mimical program
will be rendered and light refresh-
\ inents will he served. Special offerings will he taken in aid of church
funds.
Wnrd, of Cranbrook.  foi
The Walker
_        This competition lay hec
Stewarl. of Macleod, won the cup! iflCBi UpttardLand Prentice,
and rirst prize.   Lawe. of Carmangay, McNaughton, of Carmangay
The I.lphardt
th.
I.
I'
I'
I-
i
OFFICE S UP PLIES
For the MAN who CARES
HI.ANK IIOIIKS.    RECEIPTS,   FILING CASES
TYPEWRITER HIBBO*,* CARBONS.
TYPEWRITER PAPER.      LEGAL FORMS.
LEDGERS,      JliCRNALS
H|-|l\GTON TYPEWRITERS. BLOTTERS
DAY   BOOKS
In lint I'w-r-tiiiiiL- for an up-tip-.liit<- office
WATCH OCR WINDOW
CRANBROOK DRUG & BOOK COY
Vi. J, VH MISOV Mgr.
I>a>  I'h.>iit li.
Main I'hone :w».
een Wat- j
of Fernie
second;  McNaughton, of Carmangay,
third; Henderson uf Cranhrook fourth
The TrlfesOVood
Stewart, of Macleod, won thi" cup
and first prize; Johnstone of Pernio,
second;   Liphardt,  of  Fernie.  third; '
The Alberta - B, C. competition will
he   played   off   at    Fernie    between
Herchmer aud Lawe, both of Fernie,
The (.rand Aagregale
Stewart, of Macleod.
t I
TtjethQdist \
Church   ii
Suuday Next I!
•* 11
11
The Rev. Dr. j |
McDougalii!
a     11
of  Spokane • {
Will Preach j ;
at 11 a.m. and 7.3'.p. in
<*/*/"**■ *-/U'" — t/lf • m*Af'**i\" ts*J estyfttm) i.f\fem  *f\f,i
The Peerless
Steam Cooker
Will cook you a delicious Vegetable Dinner,
a Roast of Beef. Pork
or Mutton. Turkey and
Poultry of all kinds
For Sal- by
J. D. McBride
Phnne S Cranbrook, B. C.
.MONDAY   EVENING, .J.w 27th
Dr. McDOUGALL Will speak on
"LIFTING I'l* A   STAM)\RI)"|
DO NOT MISS HEARING DR. Mc DOUGALL
I
There Will Be a
and sDance
In The
Parish Hall
Wed., Jan. 29th
Cards 8-10 Dancing 10-1
Admission 50c.
FOR SALE
1917 FORD
TOURING CAR
Han Icsl Huts  I.'.ihi mil,-..   In
ilr-t lis— rnnttltlnii, nllh HHIHI
fxlrit d|iil|im<>fit.
PRICE *«ihi.iiii
APPLY ItllX IM). rn III llll 1> PAHE TWO
THE  CRANBROOK  HERALD
THURSDAY, JANUARY L'llr.l. 1!HH
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-jlurUslng  Hull's ou  application.   fliiiin.cs fur Advertising .HIST lie ln
this   office    Wednesday   noon   Uiocurrcnl   week   in   secure   nttetitJuu,
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MPEKIAL BANK
OF CANADA
CAPITAL PAID UP $7,000,000- RESERVE FUND $7,000,000
FlrfflHCIflL RESERVES ll8
Build un a uving, accoum a> - -ejerve again,! pouible adversitiea.   Every bfacch
ol this bank Ims a livings department,    Inler.,1 allowed at currenl rate.
ORA2JBR0OK,  BRITISH COLUMBIA     THURSDAY,  JANUARY  23rd,  11119
CRANBROOK BRANCH,
B, E. HOWARD.
dill ITItl.INi; VISITORS ourselves open to n Hood of poverty
  that will engulf the whole nation nnd
Cranbrook lasi week had the plea- hrlng on a condition of riot and rovo-j
sure of entertaining ranch of the brain hntlon. Famine in tho mldsl of
and brawn of Pernie Macleod, Loth- plenty and pestilence ivliore fhore
bridge and Carmangay, at iho eighth should !»■ robusl health. Lei us or-
annual bonspell nt tne Crows Nest ganlzs nut- Industries in wive employ-
Curtlng Association. There was n menl in all, ami lei us have working
good measure ol good fellowship dls- conditions ilial rill make life .i plea-
played, nml Hm vlsiiins curlers high- sure Instead of ;, burden nml every
'eclated Mm warmth of our hos- loafer will be
(KA.M1H00K IHIV WINS JT.C.
AMI llll Mil l,K(,lll\ OK HONOR
ly aiipr
pltallty; and wo felt ourselves to bo
greatly honored with their visit and
stay amongsl us for nearly ,t woek,
There were doctorB, lawyers, merchants, III11'.'s. prosperous fanners
and men of prominence in many Important walks ot life.    Very seldom
does Buch n gathering of able men      The   Methodlsi   Church
come together. We were glad to meet,  Ikelr 10th Annlvcrsnrj mi Sunday and
Borry lo part, and will be happy   loj Monday next. Jnniiur) 20, tho pi
meet again, ray In Lothbrldge at thoUr for lhe day being It.
next spoil, Jon. 12, 1920. ' Dougall of St. Paul's Chin
id tho I.
• for bis
es under
nl" 1'riinln
e tronches, won the
ir conspicuous brav-
lon of Honor of
mwavorlng fighting
hell   lire, ami tlitln'l
ed an Idler that lie or she will got
busy ai some iisoful nml profitable
employment.
METHODIST llll IK II Mill
ANXIVERHAHY SERVICES
lehrate
Ur    Me
ave  been llOl
eceivo a scratch, bal died ol pnou-
inuia after only three days BtcknoBS.
Mrs   .las. Crowe, his niotiiel'. was in
.en    she   heard
Borge hnd died in Prance
>f bronclilel pneumonia,
while nn his way lo Qormmiy. II"
hnd I ii in Prance three years, during thnt time im mode every trip Into
tho firing liim thai Iiis battalion (lho
102nd) was ordered to lake and came
through ii all without   even   being
lu.it of years.   She was born of a noble
Russian family, educated in Pnrls, living nt the home of the grail novelist,
wasjl-lonore do Balzac, married Into Ibe
Imperial Clrctea al Herlln and lived
there for many years.   Hemming lo
llussla she became Identified with a
movement in starl a democracy and
flee from liie country
e outbreak of the pres-
A I.A8T CHANCE
. We  learn Ihat the Family Herald
fund  Weekly Star of Montreal    aro
shortly to withdraw   their   offer   of
I the  War Album  which    hns    been
given to ull  who this  seasoa  subscribed to that great paper.   The Album ls certainly a useful mile book to
have, containing a  vast amount of
useful Information,   Tbe colorings or
lho flags of all tlie Allies is beautiful.
Thc now Edition now issued has   it
complete .record of the war.   lt   is
_ I said an Edition of 25,000 copies were
| snapped up by the citizens of Montreal  in one day.    $1.25 pays for    a
year's   subscription   to   Tlie   Family
Herald wllb the Album thrown In free.
II Is n bargain.
esimlns
nib.
I   Iiis
was forced ii
shortly after
onl war.
She has he
Willi ail the n
her lecture w
Tin: i'ni:i.iiii'i nr tiie SEAS
KEEP AWAY FROM KlltOPi:
Don't  be  in  any  hurry  to    travel
through  Knn     Tim condition    of
Umi devastated continent is tar worse
today than at any time during tin
war. nml il is likely lo get milch
worse before it becomes any better.
Famine, pestilence, revolutions, man
in, Bolshevism arc to have tlieir Innings and liie experience we have hail
witli liie fin ami other sequelae to
the war are not re-assuring, Bol-
shevism, the tyranny of the oppress*
ed. Is sure lo be more destructive,
though shorter lived, than the tyranny of tlie oppressor thai It has supplanted    Keep away frnm Europe,
111,0011)' lil.VOM TIO>  RUN.
MM.'  RIOT  l\  GERMANY
Tbe service,, should
1    December   InSt.   bill    OWlng   In   tlie
epidemic "f the flu they were i«>st-
Thc British Empire's Interpretation ponod to Sunday nexl January 26th.
nr the phrase "Tho Freedom nl' ihe Though the preseni church building
Seas" is said lo be thai in tho future »'as opouod on Docembor 19th, IS99,
as in Hi" nasi the empire's aim is to the work nl' liie church began Iwo
secure t;'" greatesi possiblo freedom years earlier.   The flrsl pastor was
for con ree of all nali I in times'the  Itev   E, I . Smith, al thai  lime a
nf peace. Thai dues not affect tho probationer iii the B. C. Conference.
Empire's navy al nil. If there Is tolSorvlces were held ill lhe old Prosby-
he no more war thon nnr navy will tartan Bchoolroom, the Methodist
nol be needed, bul If a great war preacher conducting the morning ser-
should again break mil the Grand vice and the Presbyterian pastor con-
Fleet m' iho British Empire would a- ducting tho evening service,   or the
gain  throttlo  ii.    A   world   without first Official Board of tho Chiivcl ly
war would be ; vclly and Ihe Brit-   Mrs   W. U. McFiirlnno  I -Mr   li. W
Isli Empire has loo i h ai slake lo  Patmore are now iii Crnnbrook.   Only
lute any chances, I Mr a w. Patmore ami Mr. John Man-
The British Nnvy may he the very nlng  are   lefi   of ihe  flrsl   Trustee
force thai tho league ot notions will Board of tho Church,
be eomiielleii to rely upon when   ihe,    Tlie next paslor was the Rev. .1  W.
next day or stress arrives. Boworlng who labored Inr iwo years.
His successor was the Uev. s. .1.
Thompson who became one of liie
leading divines lu Mm province. Mr.
Thompson tolled in Cranbrook for -I
years anil built up a splendid cause.
He eventually held a number ol the
best charges in the province but two
years ago he trnnsferrea into the London Conference. The nexl poslor was
Hie Rev. .1. I'. U'esiinnn. who is now
known from Hie Atlantic to thc Pacific as ail enthusiastic Sunday School
Secretary.   He is now the Soikatche-
wan  Field Secretary of the Methodist
Sunday school Union of Canada.   Mr.
vYcstiiian   was   followed   by   the   Rev.
itobcrl Hughes who I'm- four years
laboured assiduously for ihe community. He was a mall m' great ability
nnd was a fearless fighter fur moral
reform.
Thon followed a four years lernt by
the Uev. w. Elson Dunham, who won
ills way Into the hearts of tile young
people of Hie district. Mr. Dunham
is now wiih Hie Siberian iroops as a
V.M.t'.A. secretary, having been granted leave ol' absence by Hie Sixth
Avenue Church, Vancouver.
Mr. Dunham's successor at crauhrook was i lie itev. Thos, Keyworth,
who proved himself lo he a capable
pastor and preacher, and who Is now
tiie pastor at tlie Vermin Mcllindist
Church.
Al the Conference iu May of Insl
year the present paslor, tho Rev. It.
W. Lee was appointed as pastor nt
the Cranbrook Church and also chairman nl the Fast Kootenay liisirici of
Hie H i'. Methodist Conference.
.Mr. Leo began his public life as a
V.M.c.A. secretary in Hie old C try
after having been trained ns a school
master. He eventually accepted tiie
pastorale of the Ryecrofl Congregational church, nn historic church having a slill more historic Sunday
school, al one lime the pupils numbering over lUOO. .Mr. I.ce was n
close student ot social and political
conditions, He spenl some time in
lhe notorious east end of London to
Study lhe problems of the submerged
classes. Tell years ago, owing t" family reasons ho crossed liie ocean nnd
beeami a member or the ll C. Conference. He labored In lhe "Crow for
u year, and on tho request or ihe Con*
ferenee look charge of the famous
Indian Minion al Klsploit near ll melton inr three yoara Thon ior six
years Mr. Lee held two pnslornton in
Hn- Okanogan district.
lie lias always taken an active in-
Icre.l iii public lll'e. ami lin- nu two
occasions declinod io accepl nomination ns a candidate for lhe provincial
house, recognizing Hie larger claim of
ihe Christian ministry. During the
late ll. c. Prohibition Campaign, Mr
Lee   Wits   the   eliuil'lllall   nf   Hie   local
Okanagan Committee, whicli district
obtained a huge majority In favor of
Iho Prohibition Hill.
Tlie llnh Anniversary will be observed on Sunday nexl, Tlte Rev. Dr.
McDougall, who holds the important
pastorate nl' si. Paul's-Churoh, Spokane, will prenrh morning and evening and will also speak at Ibe Monday evening meeling. Special Ibaiik-
offorlngs will be taken al all of tin
services.
when he
and died
look    ill
n   three
Willi
days'
A man run into a physician's office
iu Winnipeg thc oilier day uud Bald
Hint u hardware man close by   bad
swallowed a two-tool rule   ami   was
drying   by   Inches.     hTe   doctor  HlUd
j that was nothing ns lie hud a patient
in Inllinalely associated In druggist   who swallowed a Ihcrmn-
iilables ol' Europe and In ' meter and  died   by degrees. TWO  pn-
111 show history in tiio tlenta chipped in. one snying it remaking, A pari of her teelnre will he minded him of a follow In Saskaloon,
devoted In tho Herman ex-kalser and; who had swallowed a revolver nnd
lhe Hohenzollorns and she will relate; went ofr eusy while tho other st.ld lie
ninny Interesting sidellghls on the had a friend In Calgary who drank
fallen ruler of the Huns. | splriis.    Another wont around    the
Sho  will appear tomorrow night,   house nml died by the yard.   [A hoy
Prldny, Jan. 24th, in the Presbyterian j just  sinning to learn tho printing
rode was turned into a devil instant.
er. wll bout going through Ihe ceremony or dissolution.—Ed.1
Gramophone
Buying
Be sure and test all makes
of machines in town before
deciding
We Stock the
Brunswick 6c
Columbia
Encourage Comparison is our
Motto
Large Assortment of Records
Raworth Bros.
INSTITUTE
Meets Id the
ParlBli Hall
Ornt Tuesday
flflcrnniiii of
every month
nt 3 p.m.
Pres., Mrs. B.
HV Leaman
Secy, Mr?. J. W. Burton, V. O. Box 621.
All Indies co"dinlly Invited.
r.AIIM,.UV A DEWOiF
(Ml ami Mining l.nflntwrn
Jl. ('. I.ii.nl Siineyom
CHANnilOOK, B. C.
N'oxt  In Hii'  t'OHlOffll
ndi'd.   Ho was on the March thru  Church. Crnnbrook, under the ausi-i-
oE tin- local branch of thp I.O.D.E.
.diately ujioi
•i her son's ■
'ivlng here on  \v
recelpl of the
nth Mrs. Crowo
c in Cranbrook(
idneadny of last
■le le;
to
mini Iii
lo
■ fn-
HAVE VOU KTAKTt.lt.'
Huve yon started to use War Savings and Thrift Stamps? IE not you
should do so at once.   All should save
The Spartacans, of Germany, are
being suppressed with a bloody hand.
Their lender, Dr. Liebneeht, was shot
by his guards In cold blood, antl his
dead body dragged through the
streets. Rosa Luxemburg, his paramour and lieutenant in the crime of
ruising tlie blood-thirsty instincts of
the Germans was clubbed to death
and her body thrown to the dogs.
The Spartacans ure the radicals,
tho anarchists, the Holshevlsts, the
Marxian Socialists, or whatever you
may cn.II thoso who tench that the
only way to a reign or peace nnd
righteousness is through a bloody
revolution, witli those who have
brought ou the revolution as the
cblof beneficiaries.
Such a proposition is impossible
and can never bo accomplished. The
reign of righteousness and peace will
como when revolution subsides hut
the revolutionists will bo either wiped out or converted from their per
verse views.
wj'M.o.uim; LAW iii:s( imh:d
Ottawa. Jan. L'O. - The ntlti-
loaflng regulations put into effect
in April lasi by the Dominion government, owing lo t'lfl then pres*.-
Ing need of man power. Imve been
rescinded. In future people out
of work, Ly cholco or otherwise,
are Iu no danger of arrest and imprisonment.
Canada is again lo maintain an
army of unemployed whether she run
afford the luxury or not. There i-
Boraothlng radically wrong with a
civilization thut can only iind employment for all when materials of war
nre needed. The world lias been impoverished hy the war just onded.
There ure natural resources without
end to replenish tlie world's wealth
uud the only way they can be developed is by the Intelligent application
of labor. There is more need now
to organize for production than there
wus during war time to organize for
destruction, yet our leuders full down
on the job. Where are our statesmen?
Are they all gone to sleep?
Tremendous debts hnvo heen rolled
up, war debts, totalling many billions
or dollars. In Cnnada alone thoro Is
a war debt of over n billion and n half
This debt can only be paid off by increased production. The cry has gone
out we must have more people in order to Increase production and at the
same time n large proportln of the
p;-:.<ni population of Cnnadi ore noii
producers and every day Mm number is Increasing, The Hltutition is
absurd.    We   nr«   simply   throwing
ther and mother, Mr. and Mrs. .1. B.
Crowe, of Cranbrook, four brothers
and iwo sisters. Mrs. Stewart Jnffrey,
of Predericton, N. It., Mrs. Len Clarke
; ot' Cranbrook; Banford and John who
are now Borvlng iu Germany, und
LHoberl und Wallace al home.
Tii" following reference to tlie lute
George Crowe's exploits on the field
of battle is taken from n Froderlcton
| |-a |ier:
Prederlcton is again to tlie fore  in
, winning honor on the field of battle in
I ['ranee.   Word has just been received
that George Crowe, who was horn In
this city and lived   here   until  eight I
; yenrs ago, when he removed to Crnn-
1 brook, B. C. lias won a second decora-
; lion iu tlie present war.   He is a son
i.i' Mr. and Mrs, .1. 11. Crowe, who are
now living in Fort Sieele. IJ. C.
Ai  liie outbreak of   the    war   Mr.
i Crowe wys employed ns n contractor
1 witii tlie   Crows Nest Lumber Coin-
i puny nt Cranbrook, nnd be resigned
his position to don the khaki witli tlie
; 103rd Battalion,    H.* went over    to
Frame and early in the fall of 1916 he
was  awarded  theDlstlngiilshed  Conduct  Medal  for conspicuous bravery
under heavy shell fire.
In tiie battle of Vlmy Ridge,  when
so many of our brnve boys paid tiie
Biipreme price, be again distinguished
; himself by conspicuous bravery under
heavy shell fire and was awarded the
; Legion of  Honor   hy   France.     This
i  :oveted honor lias been  won hy few
! Canadians, nnd  it  is a  signal  honor
1 thai a son ot FYederlcton should win
I "■
Tlie recipient of these honors has u
I sister. Mrs. William Gilbert, living nt
, St. Marys uud a host of friends who
', will congratulate him on Iiis decora-
. lion.
earning power may he.   To argue this
point is hardly necessary.
If Canadians do not save from now
on it will not In- through lack of a
system thut makes saving easy. Nothing could be better than the War Savings Stamp plan. Four dollars buys
a War Savings Stump, for which the
Government will pay $ii.00 in l!>24.
Twenty-five cents buys a Thrift
Stamp, H! of which mny he exchanged
for a War Savings Slump. Could anything be easier? This form of saving
is also profitable, paying 4% per cent
compounded half-yearly.
The regular meeting of lhe W. C.
T. U. will be held at the home of Mrs.
T. C. Phillips on Thursday afternoon
*jJanuary 30th, at half past three o'clock. All members are urged to be
present. A good program has been
arranged for nnd other importanl business will he transacted,
IIAItltV   I VI,IS   WINS
TIIK MILITARY MEDAT.
Mr, and "Mrs. Sam Fyles have just
received a letter from tlieir son.
Private Harry Fyles, who Is now with
the Canadian forces in Germany. Enclosed in the letter was the following
cortlflcnte of honor.
Headquarters Fourth Army
28th September, IMS.
I'te. Harry Fyles,
Canadian  Infantry.
I congratulate you on the gallantry
and devotion to duty for which you
have been awarded the Military Medal.
II. IIAWLIXSOX.
General,
Commanding Fourth Army.
Private Hurry Fyles left  with the
llth c.M.U.'s    from    Vancouver    for
overseas two years ago lust .Inly und
landed   in   Franc.   Oct.  2.trd. 1010,
and   was   in   the   trenches   until    Hie
armistice was signed on November
lltli. 1018. He fs now In service with
tlie Canadian Army of Oecupntlon In
Cermany,
Unity enlisted four years ago on
the iih of February next.   lie was in
tin.- Vini> fight, will over the rldgO
and gol wounded lu Vimy town, lie
was in tlie battle of (lie Sommc ami
in liie Hiiclc of ihe fighting during
the past yenr, lie wus on furlough
for only two woeks—lasl fall after,
i ' won his medal. If it Is true thni :
ull the Canadians have been with- j
drawn from Germany we mny expect
him buck home In the near future.      i
Fifty second hand sewing machines
In good running order, most of them
drop heads, for sale cheap at the
Singer store, phone 1">7, 2-mly
When you feel that your
stomach, liver or Hood is
out of order, renew their
health by taking
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EIl.MONHSON.S DANCE ORCHESTRA
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Four 1'locoa
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A Healthy Skin
Vour skin docs not smart unci burn after
being washed witli Ivory Soap. Instead,
the skin is soothed hy the mild, pure
delightful Ivory lather. Ivory Soap is
non-irritating because it contains no un-
combined alkali. It docs not remain in
the pores because it docs not contain
unsaponified oil. Its purity and mildness make it tlie logical soap for those
who would keep their skin clean and
healthy.
IVORY SOAP IS 99&% PURE
Made in the Procter & Gamble jaclorirs at Hamilton, Canada
thi:
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Spokane, Washington
the ii<m:i. with a
rKKSONAiMTY
Tills lioiiHe lias tin
liapny 'listlnction ot being tin: favorite Btoji-
[iIhk place In tjnokuue
for tlm prnpli- of Hrltlah
Columbia Wo mjproclate
thla patronage nml do
evorythlns In nnr power
to make you i-onifortublc.
Our location In pxci'ilent —
close to Great Northern Station
und 0. W. It. & N.—Mllwanko
terminal, ami within a mln-ite's
walk from the principal business
houses and places of amusement.
See  NlrHiusliln  ou   Roof
W.S.S. means $;" for $4 in 1084,
Tlirili BtampB Have "qiiarlorfl",
Next week wa will run n short story
mtltled The chief oi police tlie Gout',
It will con tin ut for two lamis...
pitiMiiss path. KAP/.nvir.i.
There has never been n lime In the
history ol' the world when the general
public has been so much Interested in
the securing of authoritative knowledge of European conditions ns al
present. Under these condliloiiB the
announcement of the coming lecture
by Princess Catherine Hndziwill. of
Russia, on the Lyceum Course Ih one
of unusual Interest.
Tho Princess Radziwill h nn author,
linguist, and lecturer of International
distinction, with a life history which
makes her appearance upon the loo-
tare platform of America nt this particular time the most pertinent offer-
Your Money
is Safe in
Buy now for $4.00
Sell 1st dc-y of 1924
for §5.00
Government Security
Your W-S.s. can he registered to secure you against
loss by lltctt, fire or otherwise.
Thrift Stamps cost 25 cents each.
Sixteen on a Thrift Card are
exchangeable for one War-Savings
Stamp.
w-s/
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iiarai
Building and
Job Work
GET   OIK   rilH'KS
Clarke & Sainsbury
I'limii';.') or r,r,    r.o. Box kiki
"WHITE"
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MADE IN CANADA
FOK   CANADIAN   HOMES
WILL GIVE VOU
COMFORT
EASE AND
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WHILE SEWING
Can you think of nny reason why
there should not he one ln your
home?
i.o. o. r.
Ki:V (ITY l.tMHil., No. 42
Meets   every
Monday night
.   -  , ,r     nt Fraternity
Hull,      SojuumiiiK   Oddfellows
cordially Invited.
E. ll,  UcPheOi      J.W. Struct*
Secy.
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DENTIST
nni,-,' in ihiiisini niori[
iii'TKK nouns
ii in 12, a.m.
1   lo     5   li.m.
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HOSPITAL
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Massage anil Hest L'ure. Highest
References, terms meliorate.
Apply .Mrs. A, Crawford, Matron
Plume 1'dII P. O. Box 846
Address, Garden Ave. rrunbrook
j    thi:
110.111
BAKERY
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Ml.'.l.l,
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mul 1'
islry
1
PIlOU
e 37
1   Norbury
Ave.
Opp City Hill
KMIilliS OF I'VTINAN
Cranhrook, 11. V.
Meets every Tuesday at 8 p.m. In
tlie Fraternity Hall
C. il. Borgstrom, f. r.
('. H. Collins, K. 11. & s.
Visiting  brethren cordially Invited to attend.
(HAS. S.  .'AltKI-.lt
For-.ardlr.g and   Distributing
Agent for
LrAbrldge and GreenhlU Coal
Impel-In! Oil Co.
Dlstrbutlon Cart a Specialty.
Untying nml Triuisfcrrlni*
Qlven prompt attention
Pbono 63
The Shoe Specialist
.101. -lAltAI'OIII
Sallslncllnn Guaranteed
.headquarters fcr all kinds of
Repslra
Monliinii lli'sliiiirinil
Jleuls nl All lliinrs
Cigars, Cigarette* and Candy
CRANimoOK BTBBBT.
Opposite tile Hunk nf Ciillilileri-e
If vou want khIlnfiti'1 Ion
wllh vour washl-iK
send It to
MONTANA  I.AIINIUIV
Snei'ial prices lor family
work
NOTICE
Pound district Act.
Pursuant to tlie provision,] of Section 11 of Mils Act, notice in hereby
given of tlie appointment of I'linrles
UnngrldgQ of Hull Kivcr, il. ('., us
I'oumlkccper, of the pound established
In the Hull River district and located
al the junction of tlie Government
road and the Bull River, being Lot 118
('. P. R. Map.
K. I). BARROW,
Minister of Agriculture)
Department of Agriculture,
Victoria, B. 0„ Dec. 18.ll, 1918. 60-2t
DR. DeVAN'S FRENCH PILLS £«:
KiilniiiiL- l'lll for Women, j:. h box Or Ihrco/or
$lU.*9oirl ut nil i-rmr f-liiv-s nr nmlltil to nm*
«<lttn'Hgonr---T'-ii.,i |,r|ro, Tut: Sum .Ll, DWJO
(.'».,tit ('.illiuriin'-i. (iiiiiiiti,
PH0SPH0N0L FOR MEN. ftSni!
Vitality; for Nerve ntnl Ilraln; iuereiiM.!, "Rroy
matti-r^fiTm-fi- -will-■■..l-l yon up, 13 ft box,or
two fur |.\ nt druf Horn, or tijr mil) on notipt
gprleit' Tin Boom i.i. Diuo Co., Ul. rillijjfcfr
The Herald
$2.00 year 'nilTKSDAY, JANUARY 23rd, lftlii
THE      CRANBROOK      HBRALD
PAQE TUKKK
Pearl strings, harmonising with every complexion, every gown and
every mode, are always in good demand.
We are Belling better
pearls constantly. Wc
curry a better assortment and pick out the
choicest strings.
It will be a pleasure
for you to choose the
string you want from
our proBeni stocK. Asa
glfi nothing can bo nicer.   Prices reasonable,
W.H.Wilson
Jeweler A Sllvortmiltll
\miAi-M
.Local and personal
Wo Have Systematically,
Insure with Beale & Elweli,
Kllby frames pictures.   Phone 9.
jfj        Merchants' lunches a  spoclalt'   ul
i the V. M, C. A.
Th,'   annual   vestry   n ing   of
! clirlsl Church will be hold In the Parish Hall, Monday, .Ian. '-'7. nl 8 p.m.
—o—
The Women's Institute «ill hold
Ihelr  annual   Valentino   Social   mi
I'Vhniiii'.v  lllli, 3-81
renin,I   i blauh low wiin 'Til calf,
, No visible brand, Apply Bort Johnson,
in,' I.umi ranch, Wardnor. :'■ It
SEE US
FOR
ALARM
CLOCKS
We have a big variety
and all
Reasonably   Priced
$2.25 to
EH Ethel Luttrell, piano; violin
and harmony. Studio: Hanson
Work, phone -"il. 8-ltn
Mis. s. .1. Mlgliton, lorniorly nl
Cranbrook, now oi Trail, Is visiting
lliis wook, tho guosl oi' Mrs W, H.
inn.
te.
F. PARKS & CO.
Hardware 4 Mill Supplies
Cranbrook,    -    K. C.
NAGIC
BAKING
POWDER
CONTAINS NO ALUM
MADE IN CANADA*
!■■   ];.  'rcber Is the mayor of Ka-lo   -0-"1" "" s' "• nighl
del n broad view of Cranbrook's
future; be optimistic.   Read the Her-
nhl.
Mrs. It. s. Shields will receive on -or l:'''-'
Ibe second ami fourtli Fridays or each
montb.                                                    '■   v McDonald was elected mayoi
  "i S l.< ..■: John Bell by one vole
Piano and Theory Lessons by
arrangement. Phone 4iil or box
"88 .Mrs. Van Braam, 287 Burwell Avenue. 46-tf.
11 .mn mr Interested In atockbreed.[r
inn or range 'omlitions in iiil- dl irlci  - '
don't mil in attend tin- bleating ol * n
stockbreeders naiociallou  to lie held
at Cranbrooli nexl  Wednosdaj  Bfter
noon. .inn. 38.   Von are cordially In*
'. peueral inec'rg of the Cral hi , ,';
i! Dlstricl lii'ir   i   of   iiu-   .-'.' >y
inn" will 1,,' bold in iho Y.M '.'.i
Th-iIiv evening,  the  2Stb   Inst.
11,   eight o'clock    Al! members an r,
' '. icsted io attend.
Tli,- clilef of police i.- after    the
i tleggers ami be is determined   i"
pul them "in ni" business.   Henry Sing
' a Chinaman, was copped by Constable
;, l»on bonspell lias been poi
iwina to soil weather.
Shorthand pupils for evening lessons, tonus reasonable.   Apply Miss
Pnterson, telepbono 2fl3, nftor 7 p.m.
3-81*
Mom. Moi't. Atkins of Ilia It. A. P.,
Toronto, relumed to (lie city on Monday, His many friends hnro arc plcas-
ed a. sec him back.
A ilinw sot lu liisi Thursday, and
witli rain ami a Chinook wind carried away nearly all the suoiv. leaving lho streets dangerously slippory
for a lime.
FOR PAINTING AMI
PAFERHAXGING, ETC
—I'lionc --
JOHN OARD
PHONE Ml. I"!'.
I'KAMIHOOK - 11. C,
'I Primary ami Kindergarten
in school: Principal, Hiss Huni-
__ say, Burwell avenue. For particulars plione 357. 2m.
11,'v. In-   Bayne, of Melville, Sort
■ciipieil Hu- pulpll of Hie Presbyter-
Ian Church here last Sunday,   in thi
I'liiiia lie preached a special dla-
iirsi' on "Tho Battlefield, linos
•alii End All'.'"
Bom    Al ' rcston   on .Inn. I5tll,
Mr  nml Mr.-. II. A. Uodd, twin Im
il guilty ami was fined (flOO or two
months.   Ho paid the fine.
li I.. T Oalbralth, of run Steele,
Indian agenl -for tlasl Kootenay, is
said in In' contemplating a prolonged
visit i,i Scotland, the lend oi ins birth.
Ho ims been suffering a grm) deal
froi sinnniii   I ly and  believes
tiio i'i'.-i nml change will do him >-' I.
Tin   Herald Binceroly hopes it may.
ii 11. Barclay, of Boswoll, ll. <'..
was lu town this, week renewing acquaintances, lie was an old timer ol"
tills distrlol employed by Hie leant
Kootenay Lumber Co, lie now lias a
lino ranch al Boswell.
Immediately nfter the Crnnbrook
municipal elections I nat Thursday
Jupiter i'luvius said: "If you ivanl it)
wet, you can liavo li that way", and
for three days il was wet. The rain i
descended ami Hie floods come ami
took away nil our snow.
Singer Sowing machines for family
use, lonk all lho first prizes al tho
San Francosco Fair Judged by experts.
They must In' iho best machine; lor
sain ai tho Slngor store inr fi\o
dollars cash ami "3.00 monthly.   Wo
.  | will take your old machine in pari
Hoy Teitord, nf Creston, has sue- [ pnymenl.   Phone 187. --inly
ssfully undergo n opertlion I
Bennctl ami two children
-ere visiting friends   in
Eugene liospltu
Chris. M. Corneliuson, formerly ofl
  ...... I    Mr. W. H. ftobson of Tor i
Tiio special film attraction   "Hod's
I'm ■>•   ami   the   Woman"   which
Tim Ladies' Auxiliary to the Fern lol comos in ilm Rex Theatre nexl Wort
il. W. V. A. held a very successful   nosduy nnd Thursday, has been ndapt-
rtaneo in iho ilia] town last night.        "',1 from thai fn us Btory hy James
| Oliver Curwood ami is without doubt
Th" number of men now ul work at   """ "f the grentosl and mosl Intense
:'.'' Trnil smeller turning tho ores of   stories ni tho riiggot] northwest over
Kfmhorley ami other enmps   Into   a   ' ordod page for page Into si moving
commercial product ox,-o...Ih i"00.       , picture prodiiclion.   A scono betw	
I Man ami a pack of Arctic wolf iIoks
whii l   tim battle if fougbl tn the
Wycllffe, B. ('.. passed away m   his i ,.,.'*.",', tlrt--i'wr.!-u*"^*lV<-' i'ss \i' hrniiier 0f| 'leatlt Is a truly remarkable
the hue Mr. Flnlny Robson which ol
lolf is sufflcle
ininendation,
Miss WATSON
DRESSMAKER
Droits m a king nl reiisoiwhl©
li-rms.   Dny wort in iilnln
or i*alit*j  KOttliUf.
Phone  IT» »r Write  Box 2»Ht
('miilinmk. IU'.
Grfiii developments are bonis made
by tlu- Consolidated Mining & Kniolt-
iirsr Co., nt Klmberley, wliere the
i liisKest load end zinc ore property
iii tlie world is Bltnated.
The "Swifts" and "Bluebird.*'' played a samp of basketball on Tuesday
which resUlted in a win lor tlie Swifts.
1 Ethel Clapp Kcoring throe" tor tho
Swlfta and Muriel Baxter two tor tho
Bluelilrds.
\\v are foeaaed to note that Mr.
Morris, tiio manual training Instructor, is getting a reputation at being
flrsl class wiiii th.- gloves. A hifi
in tho oyo doesn't burl whoa administered hy a master hand.
home  in   Edmonton, Alta.,  Jan. fltii,
1910,    Mis death was   caused   from
heart leakage nml dropsy.   He Is stir-;
vlved by bis widow, father, two bro- 	
Wo aro u'la'l to learn  Ilia!   \lltnetlt
thers ami a sister, all of Edmonton. . .
An interview wiih Bonnycastle Dale '"      '   ,'\.tK       '■
tho   well-known   writer  on   outdoor i
■subjects occupies the opening pages .     .     .
,.   ,                    .           , '     ,      . 1 Hon i relax your precautions acainsi
ol tne January issue nt  Rod anil (inn ,                                      .
..,■.,      -      ,,.         ,      ,.    , the   flit.     Just   now   lhe   Iiu   situation
while the frontlBptece   n this issue I.        ,        ,      	
' ,   , .    throughout the silver load holt to mo
bIiows a production oi a photograph
of Mr. Hal,'. Hurt and Gun Is pub- ' "'"' " "" •»•»«-•• *°™ than ul any
Halted a. Woodstock, Onl., by W. .1. :'!""' '?", '"" ",'lK"li" """"'""" "'
Taylor. Limited, ' I'""""'"'
Princess Itadziwill. who is to giiv a
docs nr,' getting lo lie
lecture here on Prldny .Ian. 21, In t'i'  :1 c,'ral' -"Usance in Hie clly.   If you
Presbyterian church, addresssed   tho.'1""'1 v™nl •'""' dog destroyed gel li
board of trade in Calgary al a lunch-  tagged.   Tim indlnu wiih the mmsc Is
onii on Monday, a targe audience be-
iuc present.   She uttered tlie warning
Mint unlt'-s ihe Allies are very <'i're-_^_^_^__^____^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
ful tbe Germans will vol gain tho nn- nnmlu7i7"f«?n,.r.   and   And He Got Well And Slrong
per hand In Itussln. ' lumi'i   oi    inrmen     uuu
■ track nf all unt-ifr
dogs u, ;iin thi   year.
work and marks ono of the highlj
exciting moments of the many in bi
unfoldod iu tho telling of this sgren
story. Whether you aro a pntron o
tho Ihoatre or not, yon Elioiild wltnos
this remnrknblo snuy of lhe moat
northwest.
Moth crGave
This Delicate
Child VINOL
lailored
Clothing
Do you know that we can
make you a strictly HAND
TAILORED suit at a less
price than you will pay for
a special order, and we will
supply much better material
JUST COME IN AND SEE
SUITS
$45 to $65
wm0
W-
:ljd
i i
|  I'l!
llll'
The ,'r,ston Farmers' Institute dirt   Stoekbri  del
143.000 worth of business duringIIIIS.  i!,.,.,, Iu,x. w,"
The nfflcers tor tho eurronl yenr are:   „. .     -nvi,.,,,
,     ,      „    W  V. Jackson, president; J. A. tiding hall they are erecting for the i .P.-, mmHlng ,„.„,„„.. Ja8, ,•„„„,.! to oil the .list,
it. »t Ynhk    Probably COO men   aro ((m   FrmM putnnm   Qw CmMI>^ ■
working nl Yahk at the present lime. ,._ Hobjon  ^ |;  y]   ^^ ^J    .^   ^^
ml in alloliil    lho
Ing  tn  be  hold
That's True
Doris  e.   Jones liavo  fifteen
working on the bunk house nnd d
laying trnok and preparing for n bi
lumber nitllinp business ia ilio sprini
of trade foi
li. Rodge
Monnca, Pa.- "My Utile boy.   who
t afternoon, Jan.   fs the youngedt of three, was weak
vo been -mil out; nervous and tired all tiio lime, so he
„i11(l I was mosl unfit at Bchool, ami notlt-
j lug seemed to help him.    I loerned
of Vinol ami gave ii in him.   li lias
Creslon  board   tMloraA llis h,..,|ti, om) >lr,.„gii, and
Hon. president.! i„,   \m    gained     in     weight."—Mrs.
iiloiii, liny Con-] Frederick Sommera, Monaco, I'.
,,,.„.,„.,        ri,e senior boys' ,mi.   of   chrl.t Mr R. D. Olllen who for some two                                                       Vinol is a constitutional cod liver
0K1U1>.VIJ    ,.,„,.,,„  „m ,„..,, „„ .1,,1„.mUv „„„ months   pnsl   has  heen   relieving ,„- , "'l,'i' '   ''*'  ""   '"   "•   »'  S'  =»»»». I   „,,  „.„„  „,„,„,,  f|||. ,„,,„„.   Wlk
„,„1            lug Jan   SOtli  nml on  oicrv Tuosda) '"""'•"''  ■'■  '!'"  ""yal  Hank lefi  on so, y.i,,,.,.  I.  I.  Hayes;   auditor,       j ..Mi.ijir   children,    nl-rnillla   ....   every
,.it''  -hereafter    The girls' club ol S»-Htfa-  f"r -h« M*W lm'"-" of G. Bennett; executive, w. II. Craw* k0[tlei „, you know what you are glv*
""I)'         i hrlsl r'Hiroli win bold tbelr meet- "'- "'"'k    *'■• Ql,,8n is " vt'l'M'«" ","1 ford, B. C, Glbbs, Hon. Johns s. A. j ,„.. ,i„,,„.   rhildren love it.
i.'I'M'IM      low on  Monday nights    Tho boys' bears scars of the Great War.   After _          R, B. Wanles, Itobt. Stark.        Cranbrook Drug & Book Co. druggisl
junior club will continue to ineel on ''",l*": v/'- m ■" '"'' -">■•« '"' »«• *>«"-                                                          '
■ggfl ml in
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
uf Canada Limited
Office, smelting and Refining Department
THAU.. BRITISH COLUMBIA
SMELTERS     WU     REPINBBS
l'lirclmscr of Gold, filter. Copper, lead and Zinc Ores.
Tauanac Brand I'iir Lead, Blnestone, Spelter and Copper
Momln
ami  do  another hii  at
K (Hce25t*ts.)wltiii
H-dJUBD'S IINIMENTC-.
"" ,.— LiHirco — •
wwewiioc raicSAPi*."
,, . home by handling the routine of   tl
Fancy ami  Ball-room Dane- ' ": lv l-oan.   During his brief s„
ins  taught,   Por  particulars -"'"'" ln cranbrook Mr. imio;. mad
llllllalllins     phone  404  ni' bo*   I-*.   • Mrs. many friends who wish hltn sttcces
Si,|.| Vail Braam, in-lf In hii new locality.
Ili'itn
111'
llcrlls
■|\ \l!i' "
■ :\ \ i
STIFF JOINTS
SORE MUSCLES
li«bf; Op tluickly Under the soothing,
»*■ iielMtitiiv A|iplici!tion ot
Hamlin s VV.'.vd Oil
Iii cwea <>i rhcumailini ami lame
b:n:K ii penetrates quickl-  drivei oul
Bori'ur ■- and limbers ui. "tin achitiR
luiius ami iinisiks
U'izatil Oil is nn ftbsolutely rcli-
able, antiseptic application lot cuts,
bttnifl bites, and stings Sprains and
Im-.hscs heal rcadih nndct u- sooth-
iny, penetrating qualities.
i.et it from druggists fir 30 cents. !
II not satisfied muni the bottle iind j
gel yntn money back.
Rvci i.onsti|.:.ted or have sick
headache? Jusi try VVInafd Liver
Wliips pleasant little pink pills, 30
cents.   Guaranteed.
l.AINU   ACt
(rnnliroiik Limit IMstrlct—THMrlcl of
lust l\(mli'iiin
Take notice- that I, Harry Uynmll,
of KltohflnQT, OCOUnotion Lnlmrer. intend to apply I'm- pfirmii^iiiii Id pur-
c I in iso the followlhK doscrlbod lands:
—CnnuiH'ncliig ut :i pusl planted nt
the fioulhenfit eornor or lot 8008;
tlipneo i'ii ohalna BOtithi thanc-j 20
clmUm west; tlicnco 2ft chains north;
thence i.0 rhnlnt* oubI in placo of com-
Tnencotnpnt; containing -to acres, t*x*
(Tptlng lho H. ('. Siiptlicrn ri^ht of
wny.
Hurry Rymell.
REX Theatre
OpeCiaJ! Wed.^Thur.
WILLIAM DUNCAN      NElL 5H1PMAN
i'Uihtim: 1111,1.
Ami an ALL Sl'AK CAST in James Oliver Curwood's
Famous story of the (ircat North West
"GOD'S Country
Woman
Dalwl tlclo.Uil.-M.  mm.
Data of fll*B»i^jalian of thii
Ilea Oclooaf tfOT***!!- «••'
thin no
■•I
|l]HE wax-wrapped
sealed package
with WRIGLEVS
upon it is a guarantee of quality.
The largest chewing-
gum factories in the
world -the largest
selling gum In the
world: that is what
WRIGLEVS means.
SEALED TIGHT
KEPT RIOHTI
The Flavour Lasts! PAGE POUB
THE  CRANBROOK  HERALD
THURSDAY, JANUARY 23rd, 1919
ELKO SOTES HY FRED 1100
,1 k Lewis ol Columbia Ealls, Montana, one ol the Great Northern
guttles tor the Glacier National Park,
was In Klko this lasl week, buying
mi Eur, cowhide" and elephants tusks,
efficient printing service, it's You.
Call on the Editor oE this great family paper. That's boosting your town
v. and property, If you want prompt aud
eficieht printing service, it's Yon,
While some of tlie papers are assas-
Binating th-S Crazy Kaiser, others are
bringing the Pzar of all the Russlas
hack to llfenigaln.
A Winnipeg paper boasts oE a young
lady lu Fort Rouge, who is so fashionable that she wears "one of them
elastic corsets that go on over the
head."   Ever hear of 'en.?
Elko has a lew knockers that she
i*aii dispose of to good advantage, Any
town needing a few high grade knoek-
ors <;■.■ obtain them by addressing this
town.
Since tlie new year holidays tlie
travelers, train jumpers and peddlers
are coming iu like Methodists to n
pink tea. Last week many old faces
ami several new ones arrived in the
Old Historic Burg. We.- John Mac-
dougall. with Die most complete line
of cotton laces, leather shoe strings,
button hooks and rawhide novelties
ever seen in the rocky mountains,
made and mined right In Calgary, the
Rub of Alberta; a Spokane traveler,
with a sure euro for r]..-iim..t1sui and
delicatessen goods, such as Washington Pies, Woodrnw Macarons, Creamed Wilson Sweetbreads, also cream
of  ivi-i.-hinng Soup in  tins.
Ahnii i'.'i men arrived on Sunday
morning on Tom Cnvln's special, for
tlie logging camps eoitttt. and were
taken smith in antos.
It's quite possiblo the ('rows Nest
Pubs Company will atari on the water power on account of the low water
and the mild weather.
Mrs. Fred lino ot Roosviiie is visit-
Ing Elkn nnd Fernie this week. While
in Fernie alio was the guest of Mrs.
Jos. Austin, Pacific Ave.
INVERMERE
A young section foreman on the
Canadian Pacific Railway named Oscar .stone died at the General Hospital here this week frnm heart failure brought ahout liy an attack of
pneumonia. He has been hurled in the
eetnelery at   Windermere.
Mr. l-enny, the bee and poultry expert of the Dominion Government Experimental Station here was summoned to Nelson, leaving on Wednesday
morning's southbound train, bis snd
mission heing to attend the funerat of
his mother.
• Tlie personel of the imperial Bank
of Canada staff here has been changed by the departure of Mr. C. G. T.
Hurcourt lo Haysland. Alberta and the
arrival of Mr. K. a. Gregory-Allen to
Blicceod him. Mr. and Mrs. Allen have
botli arrived.
! (ITY COUNCIL PREPARES
FOR THE CURRENT YEAR
The first meeting of the new conn-,
cil was held on Monday evening witli
Mayor Cameron in tlie chair and all:
the Aldermen present, namely: Aid. j
McKinnon, Eakin, Flowers, MacPherson, Shankland and DuluKint.
Assessment to be made and roll
deposited with the clerk on or before
Feb. 22, 1919, Court of revision fixed for Monday, March 24, 11(19. thc
court of revision to consist of the
Mayor and Aid. Shankland, MacPherson, Mackinnon and Flowers.
The Arena Rink bylaw was adopted
and tiie Mayor and City Clerk authorized to complete thc arrangements for
the purchase of the rink.
The following from the Prince
Rupert Daily News refers to the son
of Wm, Gilchrist, a former manager
for P. Hums & Co. in this city:—The
death occurred on Jan. 12 of Jimuiie
Gilchrist, sou of Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Gilchrist of Fifth Avenue, West. Tlie
little fellow, who was about eleven
years old, was out sleighing on New
Years Day and had the misfortune
to be thrown oft Ills bobsleigh, He
did not appear to be very badly hurt
at the time, but later spina) menin-
Kitis developed and proved fatal. The
little one had been In bed since a
day or two after Iiis accident and
every attention proved unavailing. —
The many friends of the hcrenved express sympathy.
"The annual meeting of the Cranhrook Retail Merchants Association
Which should have lieen held during
the third week or October last, but
was postponed indefinitely owing to
the epidemic of Influenza, will be
held in the City Hall on Friday evening, January .list. Aside from the
usual order of business the election
of officers for the current year will
lake place. All members are requested to be in attendance.
NOTHING   ELSE   LIKE  IT
IN    CRANBROOK
There has never been anything In
Cranhrook with the INSTANT action
of simple buckthorn bark. ONE
SPOONFUL flushres tlie ENTIRE
bowol Lracf so completely It relieves
ANY CASE soar stomach, gas or
constipation ami prevents appendicitis. The INSTANT, pleasant notion
of Adler-i-ka surprises both doctors
and patients. Beattle-Murphy Co,
Ltd.,  Druggists.
TENNIS CLUB'S DANCE
VERY SUCCESSFUL AFFAIR
The Cranbrook Tennis Club gave a
very successful dance on Wednesday
evening, Jan. lath. Splendid music
was furnished hy the Cranbrook Orchestra. A supper was daintily served hy the ladles' committee. Prizes
were awarded to the winners of the
several events played off daring the
season passed on tlie tennis court. Dr.
Green presented the prizes as follows:
Ladies Doubles—Miss Hallamore. and
Miss Hlslop; ladles singles— Miss
Hallamore; mixed doubles- -N. A.
Walllnger, Miss M, Walllnger; men's
doubles— Raworth and MacDonald.
Ladles Championship — Miss Cartwrlght; men's championship— N. A.
Walllnger.
SUCCESSFUL WHIST IIKIVE
The Ladles Auxiliary of the G.W.Y.
A. held a very successful whist drive
oa Friday evening of last week In the
Veterans' parlors. Twelve tables were
occupied and tlie scores were fairly
close. Mrs. Hersey scored highest
Tor the ladies and Miss Kraser. who
played gentleman took the highest
score for them. MrH. Wolfer was lowest score for the ladles and Mr. Hersey and Mr. O'Henrn, who tied, cut
for low. the palm going to Mr. 0'-
Ilcaru. Light refreshments were
served under the direction of Mrs.
Geo, Smith. The next drive will take
place ou Friday, Feb. 7, when It ji
Imped that a more numerous attendance will be on;
FARMERS' INSTITUTE NOTES
The regular meeting was held on
' Saturday last, President Beattie fn the
, ehalr and ahout twenty-five members
I present.     ,
Among otiier matters taken up were
| requisitions for pure-bred bulls, of
which different members applied for
I four beef, two dual purpose and two
1 dairy animals.
I    The Secretary requested all menu
! hers desiring to order seed through
; the Institute to get tlieir orders In by
the  regular  February  meeting date.
i Sth lust, at tlie latest.
j    Word  was received  from Hon. Mr.
| Harrow that stockmen ordering hay
should send application for special
I freight rate  to the  Dominion  Repre-
| sentatlve at Calgary. Forms for these
applications will be In the hands of
the secretary in a day or two Tor this
purpose. Rate will apply only on ship-
ments from C.P.R. points Olds and
vicinity, direct   to  feeder  or the   In-
| BtltUte or Stockmen's Association.
j    Work preparatory to organizing   a
, share association was pushed forward
as noted iu another column.
The Secretary reported having secured a copy of the Provincial Brand
1 Act for reference and that he had received word that Cranhrook Electoral
District had, last April, been proscrlb-
', ed ns coming under Sec. 30 of the
Brand Act as requested by tlie locnl
Institute last February. This regulates more strictly the selling or beef,
hides and live stock with reference to
the inspection, Identification and proof
of brands prior to shipment or killing,
a matter much In need of more supervision in this district in ttie opinion
of the leading cattlemen.
A request was voted to ask the Grazing Commissioner to lie present at tho
District institute on Jan. 29th,
While voting power nt the District
Institute will be with the delegates
of the institute only, it is hoped that
the farmers and stockmen will turn
out In force to hear the discussions
and they will be given nn opportunity
to speak nu any matter any one feels
should be considered by the confer-
terests throughout tho province into a
single minded whole wliere we can
bring weight and pressure to bear on
those matters that ln fairness we feel
should be reorganized or even rebuilt
from the bottom, If B. C, is to become
what she should agriculturally.
Get   out   to   tills   conference    nnd
Ul/T,
8-TO
P
there Is no tiling *so soothing and
healing as Zam-Uulc. This great
herbal balm allays Inflnmmntloa-
drav.'s out sorenev.nntl reduces
swelling. Those * ;<> have once
used Zam-Jluk for the treatment
of winter ailments say they would
JJli
no other remedy, as experience
proves that nothing can equal
Zam-Buk for chapped hands, cold
sores-cold cracks and chilblains.
It is also Invaluable for nil skin
injuries and diseases- All druggists and stores, or Zum-Bulc Co.,
Toronto, 50c, box, .1 for $1,39,
Send le, stamp for postage on
free trial box.
jrdffl"feM£i
W. D. Hill's Genuine Jan.
show the delegates from Fernie nnd
Columbia district that Cranbrook farmers are alive and behind the actions
and votes to be taken nt this meeting
and really expecting something to
come of the Central Institute In East
Kootenay.
These conferences are primarily to
sot tlte whole of Bast Kootenay agriculturists solidly behind their own interests and hrltiB ns together on our
different problems, then through tlie
Advisory Hoard to weld tlie same in-
Sacrifice Saile
IS ONE OF THE MOST SUCCESSFUL SALES THIS
FIRM HAS EVER ATTEMPTED. Every department
lias lieen knifed, n 25 per cent reduction on everything.
LADIES', MISSES', HOYS' anil CHILDREN'S SHOES
nre being sold nt one quarter off the regular selling
lirlcc. LADIES' MISSES' AMI CHILDREN'S ALL-
WOOL and Part-Wool UNDERWEAR! LADIES' cor-
SETS, HOSE, WHITEWEAR, WAISTS, ETC.
The balance of our LADIES' DRESSES and COATS
will be sold regardless of the Wholesale Cost.
Kindly note Hint we live up lo what we advertise lo do.
We will not sell anything excepting for Cash, nor will
we exchange anything once il leaves the store.
800 PAIR OF WOMEN'S X CHILDREN'S SHOES Al
ONE 1IAJ.F PRICE WHILE THEY LAST
W. D. HI L L
w
BANKET BALI,
An Interesting game or basket hall
was played on Monday evening between the Christ Church and High
School clubs, which resulted fn a
win for the former of 8 points to 7.
The points scored were us follows:
For Christ Church—Argue 6, Harrison 2, Argue 1, total 8. For High
School—UUI 3, Wassou 2, Spence 2.
total 1.
It Ib expected thut a league will be
formed aud a number of Interesting
contests be engaged ln this winter.
Peps will
-ml  it.   Dissolve aPops In
your mouth
■■-;, ta   when    the
.nJJtK cough   it
troublesome, arid
the  medicinal
vapor that  Is
liberated Is breathed
to    the    remotest *
parts i-f the air  pas-
Ik  sages   avd   luugi.     ll
soothes and heals the
Inflamed   membranes,
thus ending the Irritation
and slopping thc cough.
Peps are equally good lor
bronchitis, sore throat  audi;
laryngitis.   All dealers, BOc,
Imx, or L'eps Co
METHODIST CHUm.II
Sunday next—Anniversary Services
Preacher, Rev. Ur. .1. W. McDougall
(St. Caul's Church, Spokane)
11 a.m. Divine Worship. Solo end An
them. Mr, Richardson and choir:
"Seek ye the Lord". Soloist, Miss
McBride.
12 p.m.—Sabbath School, open session.   Address by Dr. McDougall.
7.30 p.m.—Divine Worship. Soloist.
Mrs. Ed. Patterson. Anthem "Sun
of my Soul." Choir.
Monday  Evi-hliiir
l*ii li I Fi-  Anniversary Meeting
Address by Uev. Dt. McDougall.
Subject "Lifting up a Standard
The local clergy will be present.
Musical  program  will lie rendered
and light refreshments will lit- served.
Special  offerings  in  aid  of  Church
Funds,
BAPTIST CHURCH
Kev, -John ]•. Sinclair, pastor
Church Calendar
j       /   Friday 24th Jan. 7 p.m.
, Voung   People's   Hand.  Lantern   Lecture "The Brave Life-boatmen"
Sunday, 26th Jan.
II  a.in.—Divine Service — Sermon
i Subject    "The    Reconstruction    of
1 Crippled Christians".
R&w Furs
Wanted
Trrxppers .Fs-rnjer*.
It does not cost you anything to
Get Our Crxfil? Offer
on your furs. Express them to ua
ffK'l.I. PAY ALI, CHARGES
over *f>.0il valuation. We make
you our offer
AM) iim.it \0UR nus
for your reply, returning ttiem
' AT (It'll EXPENSE
It not purchased.   Try us
In Business Shire 1888
Send for Price l.lst.
Special price for Dark Martin
Mackay &Dippie
SIS  Silt Avenue, Culgary, Alta
12 noon—Church School and Bible
Class.
7.30  p.m.—Evening  worship,  Ser-
ubject. "Shall we do without
''— a sermon to doubters.
Thursday. 30th Jan., 8 p.m.
Fellowship Meeting.
A Cluircli*Home for You.
10011
Jesu
WANT ADS.
TIIK STAR SECOND HAW) 8T0HE
1.1*1   of   Bargains  this   Week.
PHONOLA Talking Machine, the
only machine made in Canada. The
only machine made with organ pipes.
Cabinet machine ?S$. Small ditto $2ft.
OliCAN -hell Organ Co., 11 stops,
splendid tone, great bargain $20.
ESdlsoii Home Phonographs, yuantlty
ot records, Jin.no.
Good range of heaters, all cheap.
PIANO FOR SALE
CHEAP
PHONE 9!
IP YOU HAVE ANYTHING TO SELL I
Pliono ft; If you want to liuy anything'
Phono 0
Plain sewing, children's clothing
especially. Apply Mrs. ParroU, Bur- j
Well avenue. 4.31 1
WANTED at Once--Saleslady with,
some knowledge of dry Roods nnd
who is not nfraid of work. Call at
Ihe Herald Office.
STOVE B'OOIt
ID in. greon blocks .1 ins. to 12 Ins.
Illicit. 3"4 rlclis ifll.r.O. Ordinary spill
green Vf, ricks *8.00. Other lengths
in proportion. Phono O. E. Foote, j
Wycllffo line, hetwecn fi and 8 niorn-
ing or evonlng, Froo Telephone Ber-,
Tie*.
■fls- /.AIU CLINTON » PBINCE CHAUMIHill.  In.  "CIMIKK-WA"   at
Ttt AimiTOBIDU Tbmnday, Pi* "*"
'tfm 'M.
Have Your Own Name
Or Brand Name
on
BUTTER WRAPPERS
TIIE LAW SAYS THAT YOU MAY NOT SELL BUTTER FROM
A FARM Oil THROUGH A STORE OR MARKET UNLESS IT HAS
THE WORDS "DAIRY BUTTER" PRINTED ON THE WRAPPER.
AS YOU NOW HAVE TO USE PRINTED WRAPPERS WHY NOT
HAVE YOUR OWN NAME OR THE BRAND NAME PRINTED ON
THE WRAPPER AS WELL AND IN THAT WAY GAIN VALUABLE
ADVERTISING, IF PURCHASERS OK YOUR BUTTER WHO LIKE
IT'S QUALITY DON'T KNOW WHO MAKES IT THEY CAN'T KNOW
WHAT BRAND TO ASK FOR WHEN THEY WANT TO DUY THE
SAME KIND AGAIN.
ADDITORIOM Theatre
Thursday, Feb. 6th
The Show you have waited a whole year for
Cr
334NNU/-IL
£ndlisj2
A   WONDERFUL STORY, Beantfullj"Told
In TWO Acts  umi Eleven  Superb  Scenes
with Miss Zara CLINTON'
AND ALL  THE, FAVORITES  OF  LAST
YEAR'S "ROBINSON   CRUSOE"  CO'Y.
Seat Sale at BcatticMurphy-s.    Buy jour Tax Tlekets with your
SKST*
PRICES .75 $1 and $1.50
TAX    5c 10c &  15c
According tu llio Dominion
government regulations nil
farmers wlio noil butler
eithi;r to the stores or privately, an. rotitttretl lo hava
It propertly covoroj In n
wrapper on whicli must
appear tn prominent letter
the words
"DAIRY BUTTHR"
Th,- fact Is also omphnslzod
thnt nil butler In mich
packages must be or the full
not weight of sixteen ounees
nnd in default of same tt Hue
of from .$10 to $H0 for each
off. ago i« Imposed. Whey
but t or must be so label led
oven wlioil mixed with dairy
butter nnd dairy butler retains lis label oven though lt
bo mixed with the creamery
product.
VOU CAN BE SUPPLIED WITH
NEATLY- PRINTED WRAPPERS
FOR YOUIt BUTTER AT THE
HEItALD PRINTING OFFICIO, POR
Foi.i.owINd PRICES;
Paper and Printing
1 tic Uuled
200 Wrappers for ,. .--*8.50
500 Wrapper* for ... .#8.50
1000 WnpperN for $5.00
These prices Inelpflo hi.th the
Paper wlilcli Is Ihelwri obtainable
lur (lie purpose, nnd Ihe printing.
WK CAN SHIP IMMEMATEI.Y ON RECEIPT OF OBIIKH
CRANBROOK  HERALD
"(Jl'AMTV PltlHTKBf?"
Baker Street, Crnnbrook, Brlti-.li Colombia
PJUOE8   SUBJECT  TO  CHANGE,  OWING   TO  THE   IRREGULAR
r:ONDlTIONS Oh' 'I'll I'l PAPER MARKET
Lyceum Entertainment
Course
UNDER THE AUSPICE* OF THE I. 0. ». E.
Princess Catherine Radziwill
A noted Run-Inn Princess who was reared in liie family
of Balzac, who wan well acquainted with tne Court nt
Berlin, who was cousin of the late Archduchess ol Austria, whose murder caused the (.real World War, will
lecture In the
Presbyterian Church
CRAHBROOK, B. C.
On FRIDAY, January 24th at 8 p.m.
Don't miss It. The l'rinress is not only a Royal lYrsoii*
age but she Is a noted lecturer.
Adults $1
Children 50c
NOTICE
Tukfl notice that, under I lie provision* nf Section 222, Cliap. 37, Revised Statute, nf Cannda, 190,1. Die Canadian Pacific Hallway Company (as
i Lessees exercising. the rrunchlHe ur
the British Columbia Southern Hallway) intends to apply to the Board
of Railway Commissioners for Canada, after the expiration of four weeks
from tho date of tho first publication
of this notice, or as soon thereafter
sa the application can be heard, for
authority to construct, maintain and
operate a branch line of the British
Columbia Southern Railway, from
Yahk to Meadow Lake, In the Pro*
vlnce of British Columbia, as shown
on plan, profile and book of referonce
combined deposited In tho Nelson
Land Registry Offico as 524 V 2; notice of which deposit Ib also hereby
given In pursuance ot the provisions
of the raid section
Dated IW» Mlk day at Jttvtttr. A.
ii, mm.
E. ALEXANDER
Secretary:
Canadian Pacific Hallway
   Company.
KOBT   NTKKI.E   A88ESSHKXT
DISTRICT
Notice ls hereby glvon Unit a Court
of Revision and Appeal under the
provisions of the Tnxatlon Act, and
the Public Schools Act, respecting the
Assessment Rolls of the Eort Stocle
Assessment District Tor the year 19111,
will bo held nt tho Government Office
at Cranbrook, B. C, on Wednesday tho
19th day of February, 1919, at ten o'*
clock in the forenoon, and at the Gov*
ernment offico at Pernio, B. C, nn Friday thc Slst day of February, 1919,
at ten o'clock In the forenoon.
Dated at Cranbrook, B. C. this 7th
day of January, 1919.
A. R ItacDONALD.
MM tt Uw Court st ItrUM

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