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THE CRANBROOK HERALD
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CRANBROOK,   BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY,    NOV 14th  1918
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Buy  Victory  Bonds—Your Last  Chance  to
Invest In the  Best   Security in ^he World
CMIDI'S LOSS TO
OCTOBER 11ST illjil
Ottawa, Nov. 12 - In the awful
conflict that ended yesterday Canada's glorious effort has cost heavily in loss of life'and limb.
Up to and including the 31st of
October, the latest figures available,
the total casualties were 211.358,
divided as follows:
Killed in action, 34,877.
Died of wounds or disease, 15,477
Wounded, 152,779.
Presumed dead, missing and prisoners of war, 8,245.
Total, 20,358.
Another Harine Disaster
During a heavy fog a Japanese liner rammed a coast vessel
in Puget Sound, off Seattle and
sank her in 180 feet of water.
No lives were lost, but experts
say that her cargo, consisting
of ♦000.000' worth of canned sal
mon, will be a total loss.
Farmers Institute Notes
Fallowing are the drop compel i-
linn results in potatoes. The winners of seven leading scores are
given-here iu the Order of standing: Fred Clark. Lyman Taylor,
C. S. Fleming, all or WyelifTe : A.
J. Miller,Wasa : Norman McClure,
llenttie-Mnrpliy ranch, J. Levitt.
Scores ran from 8" 1-4, for Mr.
Clark, down to 81 1-1 for Mr. Levett, some of the other entries going as low as 80 8-4. The most
serious cuts iu the scores were for
■cab and blight aud for small number of tubers jwr bill, lt is encouraging to note the improvement
iu purity of variety, nearly all but
one getting full score on this head.
Full score card will lw given at the
first meeting of the Institute.
The Advisory Board meets this
week, on tbe 12th, at Victoria.
The secretary tiT tbe local institute
regrets that owing to not having
fully reoovored from a seven'attack of "llu" he was not iu a condition to make Ihe trip, which is
the more to b« regretted as this
will no doubt be the only .nil for
(lie board prior to the silling nl
thc Legislature.
No meetings of lhe Oranbrook
institute will be held until the lid
is raised ou assemblies ol all sorts.
The Provincial Seed Kair for I lie
Mainland will In- held at Kelowna
on Deo, 4 and ">. Prises for registered wheat, oats and potatoes arc
flft, >12 aud lio respectively : for
unregistered seed W0, *8 and to.
The Department of Agriculture
will pay tbe transportation cs-
■lenaes on seed exhibited, Knlry
forms will its supplied by the see-
rotary of the local Instltnto Lust
year the second prize for potatoes
was won lv .lohn Levett.
None of tho country neighbor-
hoods seem to have lieen harder bit
by the "flu" epidemic than that
just south of town. During tho
height of the contagion Mr. James
Atchison was the only one on his
feet in the house, one daughter being iu the hospital, two daughters.
two sons and Mrs. Atchison being
down in the house, the latter very
low for some witli pneumonia and
wc understand still. very ill. Tbe
rest of the fnniily, however, are
now doing very nicely. Mrs,
Worthingtou had at the same time
■even children aud husband in bud
to look after sole and alnue. Wc
are glad to see Mr. Worthingtou
Is now out and about, and I hat tlie
children aro progressing favorably.
John Phillips und A. B. Smith;
who were down for a considerable
(feat, an also to kt seen on the
/
How Many Crowns for
Your Honor Flag?
Of course every city, town and district
will earn its Honor Flag.
But how about the crowns ? /
For every twenty-five per cent, in
excess of its quota, each city, town and
district will be entitled to add a crown to
its flag.
Can you do fifty per cent, better than
your quota—that means two crowns for
your Honor Flag.
But double your quota and it means
four crowns.
Hang a Flag in your hall, that for
years to come will show that your city,
town or district did better than well—
That it was a real factor in the huge
success of CANADA'S VICTORY
LOAN 1918.
Issued hy Canada's Victory Loan Committee
in co-opt-ratinn with ihe Minister of Finance   —
of ihe Dominion of Canada
IM
(HOW CELEBRATES
TIE GREAT WOW
As noon as it became certain on Monday that Germany had signed the terms
of nrmistice and the war had really
como to an end preparations were be-
gun for it joyous celebration.
Chief Hersev undertook to arrange,
the program and the Herald issued an
-■Mra containing the good news from
the battlefield and calling upon ali the
citizens to turn out and celebrate.
At 8 p. m. the (un began.    Bella lie-1
gan to ring,  whistles began to blow,
horns began to toot,   and   everybody
began to tune up for the occasion.
I    The demonstration began at the guv
ei'iiment    house,   where   a   procession
j was  formed composed of every   auto
j in town and every patriotic institution
I was represented.   The procession was
j headed hy the Union .lack and  the vct-
j erans, called together by Hugler Mich.
ardson and proceeded up  Baker street
to the station, where a hig bonfire wns
Waxing and  tlie Kaiser was burned in
effigy.   Three cheers were given forall
who had helped tu bring the war to a
successful conclusion, the National Anthem was sung und the crowd dispersed
to follow thsir own devices.
Is
PEACE OATH HER
Tho enemies of ■■iiilizutioii arw iak-
iiif; the count one by one. Biilnrfn,
Turkey, Ausii-iaa.il have succumbed
lo the terrille-mslauglits of li real Britain ami har glc-t-totia Allien, anil the
instigator of Lhe foul prime against
huinaj.l1 v, Liei'-neH proud QeiHMftU Bm»
pi re ims thrown herfelf on ihe mercy 1
iifihf world. Soon will be Ibe peace
that seemed so far awuy only a few
sboi't weeks ago. lin* glorious it is to
know that our boys "over there" are
through lighting. Ami we will prepare
lo bring them home and re-establish
them in peaceful pursuits.
"Peace Hath Her Victories No Less
Kenowned Than War." It is for us.
then, to remove the difficulties we see
in oui- path, and \vq can do this by lend*
Ing the Government to the limit of out-
ability so that industry will nm la« and
Canada will face the new problems
with serenity and confidence.
Local Overflow
Han: your Victory Bonds in aS«My
Deposit Box at BeoleA Rlwelt'a
Herman Hesson, better known
as "Slim," C. P. H. brakeman.
has gone to lhe coast lo report
at Hastings camp, Vancouver.
Strael .i}.'iuii on ii   1'ini' way to
plelo nvoverv.
Wofd  hiia   been   received   thai      Mr. A. K. Watts, of Wattslnirg,
Capt.   MrCreorj   who  was hadly has  taken  Mrs. and  Miss Watts.
  ; wounded   nl   tho front-and   whose who are recovering from influenzil-
Lifts!   SiitiM-ilny   .1-iiii»N   Hnls'l-'ii  liie  was despaired  oP, is now ie- to .{.'ilium  Springs.  Windermere,
and   family   left    ror   Winnipeg, covering. while convalescing,
whore thoy will reside.
Joseph Oir and family have removed .from thtf district and ore
witling nl Etfartfl, Albert a. In
moving, Mr. On- shipped ont his
stock and chattels in two dh\%
travelling in one himself and Iiis
mm George in tlie other in the lirst
week nf the "flu" here. Arriving
in Culgiiry Ottc yards Mr. OlT was
taken from the car seriously ill.hut
(ieorge was over 2'l hours lying in
his ear too sick to get out before j
friends could locate him. We are
glad to hear both are now recovered and have completed their]
journey, u fortunate ending toI
what might have had a different
finish.
Died-Mary Bello Kmslie $om*
crville. beloved daughter nl' Mr.
atid Mrs A. Somerville, on Nov.
Ktlj, Interment took place on
Monday, Nov. lltli, lnlN, to Cranbrook cemetery.
Victory Loan Must Succeed
At least $500,000,000 must bf obtained by Saturday night.
""   I—To bring the boys home.
2- To maintain them in Europe till peace is (irmly established.
3—To maintain our industrial activities and provide new employment for munition workers and soldiers as they return.
4- To continue our loans to Britain for buying Canadian food
5--To enable Canadian workers to get their rightful share of
orders for rebuilding Belgium and France.
Monday, November 11, will be recorded, as the greatest day in
British history. We all relaxed and rejoiced and will remember
it as long as we live
Let us, in our rejoicing, not forget the tremendous responsibility
that rests on us for the remainder of the week.
Canada must subscribe for $35,000,000 each of the next two
days.
(Signed) D. R. WOOD
Chairman Dominion Executive, Victory Loan,l9l*>
Have you any old tires or tubes?
Please help the St. John's Ambulance Red Cross fund by leaving
them at the Hanson garage. M.
L. Cartwright, sec treas.
Eagle brand fabric cleaner,
cleans lilx, satin and velvet shoes;
also white and colored leathers;
35c. bottle. Star Shoe Shop, opposite depot.
Word has hoen received that
Private Percy Bardgett has
been officially reported killed in
action The date of the casualty happened on Sept. iuth.
Percy left here ou .Tan. 17th
Inst. Ho had only heen in the
trenches about two weeks. Hit
paretils received a letter from
him written on Sept Dili Percy
was well known In the city, having heen one of thc milk vendors. He was born and brought
up iu the valley.
.lack Hamilton; an old time
prospector of this district, says
he has a sure cure for the "llu."
His is a very simple recipe, bul
is guaranteed to cure the worst
case inside or U hours. Take
one ounce of the oil of glycerine, one ounce of thc oil of |»p
permit!) and three ounces of alcohol. Rub on the chest, neck
and back. It can bu taken internally as well.tint only in very
small doses, fi drops for a child
and half a. tnaspnonfnl for an
adult.
Put Dollars
in KHAKI
BUY
Victory
BONDS
Thii  Space donated  to th* Victory Loan Campaign 1018
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and do better service than ai-y
other COO KINO (ITEKSIL
THE PEERLESS
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WHITE ami BROWN  BREAD
tod il) IdjriU of oaken are Cook*
*d  much   better  in our Cooker
than fn the oven.
A  Million Now in Use
-KORSALK BY- "
J. D. McBRIDE
Phone S Baker St.
*\
J THE CRANBROOK  HERALD
CRANBHOOK, ll.(... SOV. Hlli, WIN
Victory Bonds provide a market f(
British Columbia Mines and Smelters
Of Canada's total production in the calendar year 1917, of copper,
lead and zinc, amounting to $35,750,000, British Columbia produced
$21,350,000.
For the fiscal year ending March 31st, 1918, Canada sold on
credit to Great Britain and the Allies more than $46,000,000 worth
of metals, the greater part of which were produced from the
mines of British Columbia. That was more than three times the
average  exports for the three preceding years.
The Victory Loan 1917 made this
production possible because it enabled
Canada to yivt- credit to Great Britain
and the allies for their metal purchases
in this country.
Without this market the mines and
smelters of British Columbia could not
have sold their outputs.
But the mines have had a market
for their ores. The smelters have
turned out tremendous quantities of
copper, lead and zinc.
This production has not only
brought prosperous times to the miners
but it has been a mighty factor in helping to win the war, for these metals
were absolutely necessary to the production of munitions in both Canada
and Europe.
The Victory Loan 1918 will k«ep
the good work going. British Columbia will continue to have a market
for her metals and other minerals and
these will help to win the war.
By buying Victory Bonds you enable Great Britain to secure needed
materials for munitions aud yo.u h :lp
to maintain prosperity in British Columbia.
Buy Victory Bonds to the
\IWlT'
Issued by Canada's Victory I.uan Committee
iu co-operation with the Minister of Fiuunce
of thc Dominion uf Canada.
sJKEa^^i/iur^.":.".'."".."
Cranbrook Herald
Published Every Thursday hy
TIIK CRANBROOK  HER A11),' LIMITED
W. A. MYERS,     :     ;     :     :     :       Managing Editor
Ailui'ii-ini:  Hates  on   ii|i|ilii;iili,n.     tlillnses I'm' Advertising .Ml SI he lu
tliin   ftffloo   YVeiliiesiliij    noun   the current   week   (o   securo   intention.
e— —	
CKANHROOK. BRITISH CODUMBIA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER llth, 1018
ESTABLISHED     187:
IMPERIAL
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OF CANADA
BANKING  BY  MAIL
In your bu»y icuons and whanaver inconvenient for you to go to tha banl; in
li-non, -and in j*oiir dapoiii by mail.
In: mediately on racclpt of your postal ordar, chequa or ragiitared letter, tho
amount will be credit-; J to your account. nn
CRANBROOK BRANCH,
B. E. HOWARD,
Manager.
IHE WIB IS DVEfl
Mm HAS BEEN WON
The great world war has come
to an end, and Germany, iho
WOll conspirator against thu
peaoe of tht world.has collapsed
from pressure both from within
and from without.
The Huns have been forced
to send a delegation from then-
government to Marshal Foch,
the commander-in-chief of tlie
Allies, imploring him to grant
an armistice. They came bearing a while Hag and they heard
the roaring of Ihe guns of the
Allies and saw the German defences falling lo pieces boforo
the terrific fire; they felt the
ground shake and tremble with
the tramp of the millions of men
who were advancing rapidly and
in ever increasing numbers to
overwhelm with tlieir superior
forces ihi- vanquished Huns;
they came wit 11 fear in tlioir
hearts, nol having the spirit of
a mouse since the spirit of the
.devil lias departed from theui.
They wore given their terms
of armistice Under those terms
the Huns were to throw everything on I lie peace table : nliuu-
. don al  onco  and forever every-
I thing they had gained territorially and every other way from
Belgium,  Prance.  Serbia. Kus-
jsia,  Rumania: lay  down  their
;arins, call in their .submarines,
surface   ships  aud  aeroplanes,
'and hand everything over to the
Allies, a great portion of which
to bo retained by tlie victors as
spoils of war. The Germans
must also retreat across the
Rhine and leave the Allies in
complete possession of all tier-
man territory east of that river,
until peace terms are arranged.
The Huns were given ""hours
DO
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I It may bo that your oyoa are becom-
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pooil many people, both old ntnl young.
'riif young particularly seem afraid to
admit their failing Bight, hut Is no
novelty nowadays ami cortalnly no
diasrrace    Wo  will  remedy any da-
da
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UNITE TO HELP
VICTORY LOAN
BY
WAR MEMORIAL
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
MeetB Id the
I'arltih Hall
lirst Tuesday
nttemoon of
every mouth
nt 3 p.m. __
Pres., Mrs. E.
H, Leaman
Secy, Mrs. J. W. Burton, P. O. Box 681.
All ladles co-illally invited.
Orders placed with us
are assured satisfactory production lie-
cause we posses every
facility fur Rood service—
Callable workmen expert supervision, latest and best equipment, large capacity.
A telephone message
brings io vour ser-
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mail.
Mail orders Riven
prompt attention
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ONE  MILLION SCHOLARS I
ONE MILLION DOLLARS!
A million Sunday school HiiholnrH
and members of i'ouii|i Peoplels
Associations of tlie Anglican, Presbyterian, Baptist, Methodist nnd
Cnngreaiiiiomil ehurelie* nre «i-
npei'Rting "ii n plan whicli lias the
three-fold purpose nl' helping to
liuosl il,,. Victory Lonu bver-Hie-
1 >j>: assisting tlie fhurclies to ox-
tend their mission \\ui-l*. antl com-
luomorntiug the hesyisni of ehurcli
members who have fallen  nt the
ront.
i.- tin- cry thnt will holp in carry
the 11118 Vietury Loan I" the Sun-
d.-iy Behoofe' iiiilli.ni dollnr objective.    Above is a  ■'enrodnctinii <>£
the shield  to ho presented  neh
Sun.lav -sr-li,,,,l Biibsi-ribing ;i Bond.
to sign up and thoy signed iu
iiu. Tlie armistice is to lust fur
.'10 days, during which time
peace terms will lie considered.
The whole German empire is
in a ferment of revolution, tlie
' Kaiser and Crown Prince have
lied lo Holland, and famine aud
pestilence threaten tn swoop
the Central powers,
i Such a speedy end to 'lie war
1 was hardly thought possible,
j three months ago, but when
there were 1,0(10,000 Americans
on ihe battlefield and 250,000
going across as reinforcomonts
every month, Tlie Day for the
Allies arrived, and terrific pressure was brought to bear upon
tho enemy's line that il began
to strain everywhere, It broke
, in Bulgaria, Turkey, Austria,
| and was just about to snap in
Prance and Belgium when Iho
Huns gave up the tight aud cried
for mercy.
St) this is a joyful occasion, lei
■ us taKe nil' our hats and cheer
Por Marshal Foch; Hie grow
esl master ut' strategy tin1 world
.has produced
!    .Marshal llaig, the commander
of ihe British forces
I ieueral Cm rie, ci.uiniinnder of
the Canadian army corps
King Allien of the Belgians,
who dumped ihe Ilun lal into
the lire
(ieueral Serrail, who put tiie
Bulgars out of action
General Allenby, who defeated the Tura's
General Diaz, the great Italian
general who destroyed the Austrian army
General Pershing, the commander of tho American forces;
The Hoot, the vital part of Hie;
Allies mobilizing forces, without
which Europe would have been
ruined.
God Save the King.
THE
COEUR D'ALENE
Spokane, Washington
ill'.:  HOTEL  WITH A
PEItSOXALITY
Tbiu bouse Jiu-i the
happy 'HflUnotlon of be-
> \y, tbe favorite 'H-iip-
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for [in- pcoplfl of Brltiali
Columbia We appreciate
tills patronage und do
everything iu our power
-0 mike you cenifirttihle.
Our location Is Mcellnot —
iloae i ■ Great Northern .stntlon
ip.l 0. W !.' & N -Mllwaukot
terminal ntnl wltbin u minute's
walk from tbe principal luisinnys
riou i'.' and places of umiintmont.
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MADE IN CANADA
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KMOJITS OF L'VTHIAS
Cranbrook, 11. C.
Meets every Tuesday at 8 p.m. in
the Fraternity Hall
R. 0. Carr, C. C.
0. H. CulliiiE, K. It. & 8.
Vit-itliig  brethren cordially In—
viteil to attend.
ovi:ksi;as vixju
Meets in Mnp.o Hall second
Tuesday of every month tt 8
p. ni.
Membership open to Britten
citizens.
Visiting uK-nibcrs cordially
welcomed.
E. Y. Brako,       J. P. Lower,
President. Secretary
CHAS. S. l'AKKUB
Forwarding and  Distributing
Agent for
IXlibriilirt- and Ureetthlll Coal
ftupoi-Jnl Oil in.
Dietrbutlon Cars a Specialty.
I»ni>inur and  Triui-tfcrrluif
QlTcn prompt nttentlon
Phone 63
.   Thu Shoo Specialist
JOE MAKAI'OUI
SnliMfucihui UuarnntMd
./cadiiuurters fcr all kinds of
Re.iiilrs
1'. M
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Cnilorlnkor
rlliiiie ll.'.ll
Norliiiry
Ave, next to City Hull
Miinliina llt'sliiiimiil
Mruh nt All Hours
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The Herald
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send lt to
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BE CANADA'S
BANKER
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'"pHt  individual who buys a Victory Bond becomes his
country's banker.   He shows a banker's confidence in
the progress and future of Canada. The country's business is your business. If you believe that Canada has
a future; that she is worth blood her sons have shed in
order that she may be secure, you will buy Victory Bonds.
Canada cannot carry on War and lace the problems of peace unless her citizens are willing to finance her with an open hand; the security she otters is
the best in the world=the whole resources of the tinest
land on which the sun ever shone.
«
The   reward   of  the man who buys Victory Bj.iis to thj full extent of his  ability
will be not merely, the reward of thrift, bur of duty done and an obligation fulfilled.
Patriotism and Self-Interest join hands when you—
Buy Viotory Bonds
This space donated to th& Victory Loan 1918 campaign by
Kootenay Telephone Harvey, McCarter, Bank of Commerce Cranbrook Electric
Lines McDonald & Nisbet Light Co.
Lester Clapp Royal  Bank      . Imperial Bank The Hanson Oarage
Cranbrook Jobbers, [yf
Limited W. E. Worden P. Burns & Co. Cranbrook Meat Co.
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CBASBROOK, B.C., SOW 14tli. IU1S
TEE OAAMMOOK HIRALD
B
STAKE TODR ALL
CMII
Buy Victory Bonds
To The Limit
This Space donated to the Victory Loan 1918 Campaign by
THE   CRANBROOK  HERALD, Limitef.
. 0l!ANIIl:<li)l\',fl".O., NOV, Mill, Ml*
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
Local and Irersonal
Killi.vln.mispi.t.iivs:,,!,,,,,,,!).    |j||[   J|f][ f[[j|5E[|
Insure Willi Iicale & Elweli.
Those wiio do not fielit roust suve.
TD BOTE THAT
Dry wood wauled at the Her-
aid oftico.
A. K. Leltoh, of .lafTra.y, was
a business visitor 111 the city
yesterday,
W. 11. Bardgetl lays claim to
being one "1 the oldest settlers
of this disti'ii-i, having been resident In Uni neighborhood for
nearly :i" years,
Unless other annoiiueemonl is
made the basaar of tho Methodist Ladies Aid will be held on
Saturday, Nov. 30th.
Horn Al Crnnhiooli. on Nov.
7lb, to Mr. and Mrs, .1. It. Kemball, a daughter. The town celebrated the event with colored
lights and littfrs.
Judge Thompson, who has
been a volunteer helper at the
temporary hospital ever since it
was opened, lias   escaped   the
Mayor  Clapp  Inul bul a mild
attack,
Postmaster Henderson has recovered from tho "Hn" and is
hiicli in lhe poslofflce again and
that the whole staff lias recovered and don't smile at you any
moro through ;i mask.
A good drink of Scotch whiskey is recommended io chase
away ihe'iiu," bul tho recommendation is not unanimous, as
"FIRE!''
When you buy a
VICTORY Bond
it is as if you put a
gun to your shoulder and fired a round
into the Hun army
Tint Space .1 iinalecl lo th. Vi.loi
Loan V)tS Conipuign by
W.H.WTLSON
JEWELER
Tliu Medical Association at
Vancouver lias declared that
there is no virtue in alcohol to
chase away tiie "llu."
Frank Provenaanno and all
| the family have recovered, al-
though at one time the doctors
had little hope for Frank,
K.  E   Beattie has fought  a
winning light against the "flu."
Mr. and Mrs. 'John Martin
had a hard si niggle with tho
"llu," but have recovered.
Rev. F. V. Harrison wielded
j the axe with a mighty hand for
the benefit of sick neighbors,
i whose homo tires wore kept
i burning brightly.
Make Their
Victory Doubly
SECURE
The Victory Loan charge is
on. Get behind the hoys with
your purse. Canadian blood
is being spilled without murmur— Canadain Dollars must
be   spsnt without Question,
BUY VICTORY
BONDS
i:ll-|(IMIS0X,S HANCK ORCHESTRA
Now Open for Engagement".    One to
Four Flccos
The Music Willi tlie PEP.    For Terms
Apply
MRS. EDM08DS0N
or plume 3*1       ^('riinlirook, II. C.
The Bank will trust you
Perhaps you never had un account in a bank—maybe you've
never done business in a bank—hardly even cashed a cheque tn
one.   But—
that is no reason why you cannot go to a bank and borrow
money to buy Victor; I
If you are a stead), industrious, thrifty citizen, working a'nd
saying a part of your income, you are just the kind of person
Canada's chartered banks Maud ready lo help to-day.
Any bank will lend you as much money as you can save
duriiie, the next twelve months, with which to buy Victory
Bonds.
All you have to do is to pay ten per cent, of the amount you
want to buy and deposil the receipt for that ten per cent, in the
bank.
The bank will lend you the 90 per cent, balance al 5,1 ■> per
cent, interest and will give you a year to repay it, liie interest
you get on your bond briny just the same as the bank charges
you.
This is a line opportunity for you to begin a real savings
account, to make a firsl clcss investment and to help your
country at the same time.
Why not see a banker to-day—he will tell you all about it
and you will be glad of tlie advice and help he can give you.
Borrow and Buy Victory Bonds
Usued by Canada's Vlctot* Loan Commit!
in co-operation \.nli ilm MinUlcr ol  I in.ni
ul" tlie I'unmibnof Canada
\M
Stake Your All
on CANADA
Buy
Victory
Bonds
This spac   donatad to the Vie-
to y  Loan   Campaign 1918 by
Tho streets of the city wore
gay with Hags and bunting upon
the receipt of the news that the
Huns had surrendered and the
war was over.
■ W. S. Santo has recovered
from the "llu." which lie caught
while a volunteer worker iu tho
temporary hospital.
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Cumuli! I.iinilril.
Office, smelting and Refining Department
trail, british columbia
sjh:i,ti:i's    ami    refiners
Purchaser nf Gold, Silver, Caliper, Lead nmi Zinc Ores.
Tiilnuinc Brand Pig Lend, Milestone, Speller and Clipper
w
*\
You can. pul your momey Iuto n baiter
GMist). Youcan'l Invest ii with jreitt-
or rHH-ui-ity. X"our moral nupporl Is
not miifirioiit, &tJY A BOND -»l|).
port tho ''tiuso with your dollar* as welt
um your heart. Do yourshara for Vlo*
tow.
LKND the Way They FIGHT
This Space Contributed
towards wmiiint! the war by
FparkI & co.
Ir dware & Mill Supplies
Cranbrook     -     -    B. C.
Why do you continue to pay rent year
in and year out?
Have a HOME that you
can   call   YOUR   OWN
WOK AT THESE
SNAPS
Offered by
Beale & Elweli
•■ Cottages on I niilmml; Street
j ,„IS only tS'illJUl
One cottage alone is worth the
price not tc- mention the Ioih.
6 roomed Cottage In l''alrvlcnv
Addition, cost "tBOO, can bo
bougbt  tor WW.M
tl rci.i.'i-il CottttEe on l.umwltm
Avenue Iii good oondltlou, bliQan
„,   »liinn
Modern Cottage on Cranbrook
Street for$1000, This Is a rrol
sunlit
7 roomed, Iwo Btorj modern residence on Bnrwcli avenue 2 lots,
house cost "num. #!«<•'» »nys
proiicrty,	
r, roomeil Cottage on llnimnii
Avenuo, only iMlmi
A very oontorlnblo modern Cot-
tago nn Burwell Avenue, n|i-t<>-
ilutn In every respect—$11,00
7 roamed iwo stnr;- residence on
Armstrong Avenue $llnm
Terms can always be. arranged  I
to salt purchaser,   Titles gunr-  I
onleed in nil cnacs liy
Beale & Elweli
U"Jo» want to rent n house call
|| i ^inWALi: and ELWEI.Ii
Klirlllshi.il or unfurnished r IIS
especially siiitnlilii fur hache.
lors. Iiirlmllnv heat, light anil
wnter.
t
MODERN  BOUSES TO  RIi*.T
There was more than one fniil
of an Englishman, we ure credibly informed, who gol bloody
well drunk on Thursday last
wheu-jjews w»s Hashed over the
wires that Germany had surrendered, aud again on Monday,
when the news became authenticated.
There were also a number nol
particularly English who were
'■stewed."
Geo. Leask smoked several
fat cigars last Thursday, not so
much in honor of lhe fact that
he had como hack but to celebrate the Allied viotory.
Oi
XTERMINATOR
_
DON'T   SUFFER   PAIN —BUY   HIRST'SI
pi mi.,1 Bialnat attack. „i rlKiimAiiim. iunjlMUPi, iiniimlifia,
' iclieuntl earache, liuimllv cll'viivcrrtr relieving s«„ll,!ii„liita,
epr.ut,,. y ,-c lliryut imil oil:,y (lainl'iil Mliucnts. For ov,-r 40 year, a
bunilv Mend, l>o,i',ov""ri,..»n'~lHjyllij.t'B—alwi'.y.ha.eaUiUloio
Atd
tllHI .'lll'.UEDY CO.. Hamilton. Guuula,
The Union .Inci; with all its
glorious color was thrown on
the wall of the posloflice by a
powerfnl stereopticon operated
by W. A. Myers, ye editor, ami
again on Monday night some
patriotic pictures were shown in
honot'Of victory over the Hun.'
Fred Lodge has thrown away
his crutches and oilier aids to i
peilomilry.
The Victory Loan in Cranbrook will go ovor top with a
clean cut jump.
5LEYS
Six
reasons
Are you wing for  Victory   Bonds !
A wealthy Gorman n' Clares*
holme, who refused to buy Vic
tory Bonds, was induced to
change his mind when eonfron'.-
ed wiili a pot of tar and a bug of
feathers and a bunch ot sturdy
mon siaudiug by who were
ready to administer tlie dose.
He kissed tho Hag, bought
82,000.00' worth of bonds and
contributed $200,00 to the Red
Cross.
M. A. Beale has decided to
start up another newspaper in
Cranbrook Ue has already ad-
vertlsed for business manager
and linotype operator and lias u.
shout' of replies. He will retain the position of chief editor \
lal censor. He has also secured
an option on one of the idle
printing plants in tho city, so
that the opposition paper may
be expocled to appear at nny
limo and will doubtloss give it
slavish support to lhe Liberal
party. When the editorial bee
settles in a man's bonnet you
cau't kill il even with a club.
"What Phonograph Shall I Buy?"
How many times,when the subject of purchasing
a phonograph or talking machiz-e has come up, have
vou asked yourself this question !
The Edison tone test answers it for you,
completely, convincingly.
Over two million music lovers have been present
when this test was heing nude; and they have
realized, as you will realize, that the New Edison
alone can actually re-create the human voice and
the music ot human-played instruments.
It is all-important that vou hear
Tie NEW EDISON
"The Phonograph with a Soul"
because it it the onlv imrrumem thi* re-crearcs the linger'i voice to
faiiht'ully that the human ear cannot di'tingui«h the rendition of the
artUt from that of ihe Niw Kdijon.
The wiie way to choom-r your phonograph ii to have the fevertl
makes of phonographs and tailnng mat limn leut to your home on
trial, where you c«n make dirc<: contiuti*ons among them, and then
decide which one vou would likr lo k"p wh« h one you think you
would enjoy hearing us mm h five years Iron, now as you doto-diy.
Be your own salesmen. Sell a phonograph to yourself. We will
gladly send a New Kdiion to your home tor the purpoie, v*rhoct
obligation on your par*.
Cranbrook Drug & Book Go. Ltd,, Cranbrook, B.C.
Chew it after every meal
The Flavour Lasts!
s*=*s
The   Cranbrook   Hkwat.d
Subscribe far it $2.00 a year
THE BEST FAMILY NEWS-
PA PER PUBLISHED IN
SOUTH EASTERN BRITISH
COLUMBIA      ::      ::      ::
WE MAKE A SPECIAI.TV OF FINE
JOB PRINTING THE  CRANBROOK HERALD
MaA
Peps nre tlte new treatment for
coughs, colds and lung troubles.
They are little tablets made up
from Pine extracts and medicinal
essences. When put into the
mouth these medicinal ingredients turn into healing vapors,
which are breathed down direct
to the lungs, throat and bronchial
tubes. The Peps treatment is
direct. Swallowing cough mixtures into the .stomach, to cure
'ailments and disorders in throat
and lungs, is indirect. Peps ure
revolutionizing the treatment of
colds and their price is within the
reach of ull. All dealers, 60c, box.
Send tc. stamp for FREE TKIAI,
PACKAGE.
I    [t ts worthwhile io know that your
; yu.Ih.i1i1'' papers are Bate. A Safety Oe-
jpoi'u Bos  ni   Beale &  KlweHV Ih the
safest plaue and the nisi is a trifle.
Horn Nov. 8th.
Hospital. Critnbn
Mrs. It. 0. Deed, n
. at the  Cot luge
i tic,   In  Mr. ami
sun.
Born—Nov. 8tli.
Hospital, Cranlm
Mrs. W. A. Walsh
at the Cottage
iok, to Mr. nnd
Ml-. Phillips. rani'luT. and Mrs,
Phillips received word tlii« week
that their son Kd«nr M. Davies,
wliu lel't with tlir 225th;and who
was wounded om Angus! 25th. has
been promoted to the rank of sei"
(leant.
Writing with his left hand. He is in
one ot tht; bust hospitals in London
where all special cases aro sent. He is
doing as well as can i»* expected but
will he in hospital a long time. He will
have to have another operation to reset his arm. but nothing can lie done
for the break until the wmu.il heals,
which will be throe or four months. A
big piece nf sbtapnel went through a-
tkovc the elbow amrshmg thc bone up
badly, i hen-fore a lot of hone has been
removed. He says he is resting easy
now after twelve days and nights of
BleepleenesB, He is loud in hi* praise
of the treatment he is getting—of* tbe
sinters- and of tlie kind friends he has
found over there.
Letters re
and state ill
LOVELY III LIFE
IT PARTED III
etl against ilx
Klwell ahotil 1
e|it'll from friend*-in Kng-
ii Prank Cryderman is in
Hosyltal. William King
Park Square, London, s.
Hyde
s right arm  si
OEM
lympathy |
Mr.  nnd
il ll   ul'
ed oi' in-
t thenge
Johnnie
ing, Nov.
md  Jakio died on Monday,
■Illi.     They   wore   horn  at
Linden, Miolu'gan, May  Ut,
The   hinerals   took   place
the   undertaking   parlors
lie being buried  on the -ttli
of  tlu
haa   '
d ali<
g thi' pluck ami
Oimtiilimi hoys,
i'ilUmi   a   letter
■Vfl the
perse-
Frank
home,
PRECAUTION:—We are advised
galn61 taking up our rugs and carpets
ami raising unnecessary dust aud dirt
in the usual unsanitary way, under the
present epidemic conditions. 'I he only
effective and sanitary system in tho
Rlectrio Vacuum Cleaner which draws
all dust and dirt Into the machine. Vou
eennot afford to run ehanees by using
unsanitary methods of ridding your
home of dust and disease fgerms under
the preseni unhealthy conditions,
Patmore Bros, are demonstrating the
efficiency of ono of these, the "Eureka"
ihe winner of the grand prize at th
Panama Exposition. Prop in
It in operation.
ami s
Many expressions <
have' lieen  received
Mrs.   J.   Wise over I
their  twin  hoys, who
fliit'ii/.a ami ■.iieui.m.ii
of 1 I years and *> innii
Pied on Hat iu
. 2nd.
Nov.
Lake
lOO.'l.
(Voni
.lolin:
ay   uior
died
and Jakio ■
Tho funeral
the grave It
ais.   They
.   Lhe (it!
servic
Kev. Kit
■ere  love]'
Nov.
we
mbur.
M al
were lovod by all who knew them,
and will be greatly missed. The
deepest sympathy is extended to
lhe bereaved family.
,   CARD OF   THANKS
We wish to thank till our neighbors ami Friends and all those who
have ho kindly in any way assisted
us in our sad and great loss ol' our
twin hoys.
J, Wise and Wile and Son Joseph
KEEP YOUR STOVE BRIGHT
lack Anight
-V STOVE POLISH
**~'  The sign of a good cook,
i:; usually a clean, bright
stove. Black Knight makes
the task light. Just apply
willi a cloth on either warm
or cold stove.
Non-inflammable. Dustless.
, THE r.F. OALLEV
1 CORPOHATIOIIS LTB
. MAMMON. OUWML
Card of Thanks
Mr. and Mm M.
wish to express   llieir
who assisted them  ir
burden of their greal
—the loss of  tlieir
Mildred Evelyn,
P. Wetherell
thanks to all
currying the
bereavement
inly daughter.
Born—Nov. 13th, at the Cottage
Hospital, Cranbrook. to Mr. aiul
Mrs. F. Bi'adl. a son.
No other rer.iecy •will $$
surely and stiickly correct
stomach ailments, reguJa'r
Ibe liver and improve tiio
general health as a dose ci
Beecto
LargMtSiteof nor Ma.
Sold <TVerywli.Tr
Then Grudge Ye Not
Hwarded  First Prite im  Victory Lean Petm Contest
Since neither word of ours can rnise
Nor prayer of ours restore
The dear lost lads of other days,
That legion 'gone before,"
How shall we grudge the yellow gold
To beat their foemen down,
Where the Hed Prussians pitiless bold
Sacked city, pillaged town?
But if some faith of ours could know,
Some prayer of ours awake,
The dear lost lads of long ago.
That perished for our sake;
And at the dusk thesr spirits dim
Come whispering sweet and far
Trom that fair land beyond the rim
Of things that mortal are
If such could be, would these not ask
(Vague voices down the wind)
That we should help—ah, humble task—
Their comrades left behind?
Then grudge we not the yellow gold
To heat their foemen down,
Where I lie Red Prussians pitiless hold
Sacked city, pillaged town.
Gtorgt H, Maittand
CRANBHOOK, B.C., NOVrUth, 1918
IRST'S
PAIN EXTERMINATOR
DON'T   SUFFER   PAIN-BUY   HIRST'S!
and U' prf-nnri'tf turninst Attacks of rlifum.itiim, lnoibn|*ii, neuralgia.
tooth-it-hc hik! eariiclit*. Equally cnYrtive tor relieving swollen j'-inU,
■praiaK sure throat and other painful ailments. For over 40 yearn a
tunll-r friend. Don't experiment—buy Hirft'e—aJwr^f have* bottle in
the haune, Hii r hundred imrs.
_AttUoters or writaus. U1KST HRUKDVCO.. Hiunilton-Cnimda.
V-
Peerless
Underwear
The Vogue of Peerless Underwear
A tremendous body of Canadian Women favour
PEERLESS   UNDERWEAR
Peerless Underwear is wonderfully snug, dainty in
Fashioning and Fit.    The confort of well fashioned undergarments is assured.      You will also appreciate its reasonable  price.—Made in  weights and styles for all seasons—
Combinations and separate garments.
For  Women and Children
W. D.HILLS
The Ladies'  Wear
SPECIALIST
Have Your Own Name
Or Brand Name
Printed on
BUTTER WRAPPERS
THE LAW SAYS THAT VOU MAY NOT SELL HUTTEIt PROM
A FARM OR THR0UQH A STOKE 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 (IAIN VALUABLE
ADVERTISING. IE PURCHASERS OF 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 BUY THE
SAME KIND AGAIN.
According io the Dominion
governmeni regulations ull
farmers who sell butter
either to the stores or privately, are required to have
lt proper']? covered In a
wrapper on which MUST
appear In prominent letter
the words
"DAIRY BUTTER"
Tlie fact ls also emphasized
that all butter In such
packages must bo of tlie full
net weight of sixteen ounces
and in default of same a fine
of rrom $10 to »30 for each
offense is Imposed. Whey
butter must he so labelled
even when mixed with dairy
butter and dairy butter retains its label even though it
be mixed with tlie creamery
product.
YOU
NEATI.Y-
C'AN BE SUPPLIED WITH
PRINTED WRAPPERS
FOR YOUR BUTTER AT THE
HERALD PRINTING OFFICE. FOR
FOLLOWING PRICES:
LAND REGISTRY ACT
Pi
per and Printing
Included
ami Wrap*!*™ f«r .. ..#2.50
500 Wrappers for .... #11.50
1000 Wnppers for #5.00
These prices include bull, the
Paper which Is thehest obtainable
for the purpose, and the printing.
WE I'AX SHU' MniKUI.U'l-I.Y ON RECENT OF OIIIIEII
CRANBROOK   HERALD
Raker Street. ('ranliniiik, ltriti-.li Cnhiinnlu
PRICES   SUBJECT  TO   CHANGE,   OWING   TO  THE   IRREGULAR
CONDITIONS OP THE PAPER MARKET
( Section* ;»t und i;i4)
Re Application No. 5458—1
TAKE NOTICE that application lias
beon made to register The Corporation of the City of Cranbrook aa owner
la fee under a Tax Sale Deed from tin-
Collector of the Corporation of the
City of Cranhrook, beiiflng date the 1st
day of September 1H17 of Lot 85, 13look
19 Cranbrook oibj, Pvavluua of BrltWi
Columbia, Map HMD in pursuance of a
Tax Sale held by said Collector on or
about the 2int of August 191(1.
You, and all persons claiming
through or under-yon, arc required to
contest the chum of thc tax puivhasi
within twenty days from the date
the Service of this notice upon you, and
your attention Is called to wet Ion Mty
the "Lund Registry Act'1 and iimoilll-
mants thereto.
AND WHEREAS application has
lieen made for a Certificate of Indefeit-
slide Title to the above mentioned land
In tho name of iho Corporation of tho
City of Cranbrook.
AND WHEREAS on  liiVOSttgaUntf
iliuiiili-ii appears thai  prior io the
mid Slit day of August li-i" you word
the rogintered owner thereof.
FURTHER TAKE NOTICE llmi tn
default of a caveat or Ccriilleatu of Lis
Pendens being Hied before the registration, as ownur, of the person entitled under such tux sale, you and each of
you will be forever estopped and debarred from setting up any claim to or in
respect of the said land, and I shall off*
ect registration In pursuance ot such
application and issue aCerttfloalc of
Indefeasible Title to the said laud in
the name of thu Corporation of the City
of Cranbrook.
Dated at thc Land Registry Office,
Nelson. IS. C this Snd day of November
A. D. 1918
E. S. STOKES
District Registrar of Titles
To-Anua Olln Freek s
Assessed and Registered owner of the
above lot
1 direct service of this notice to be
made by publication  thereof once a
week for two weeks in a newspapercfr-
culating In Cranbrook, H. C.
/ E.S..STOKES
District Registrar of Titles
WANT ADS.
The rales for advertisements In this column under a riassllled head li al
follows: Three lines, one Insertion for S3rH three Insertions of the same
ad. title. narger ads In proportion..,
I.ANII ACT
Cranhrook Land District -District nf
East hootcnav
Tahe notice that I, Harry Byraoll,
of Kitchener, occupation Ijiboror, intend to apply for pcrmlBsion to purchase the following described lands
—Commencing nt a post planted at
the southeast comer if lot .1903;thcneo
20 chains south; t'.icnco "ft chains
west; the:":e 20 chains north; thence
20 chains east to place of comment'
ment; containing 40 acres, excepting
the B. C. Southern right -of way.
Harry Bymoll.
Dated October 12th, 1018.
Date of flrBt publication of this no
tlce October 17th, 1918.
WATER NOTICE
Diversion and Use
TAKE NOTICE that The Consolidated
Mining and Smelting Co., whose address is Trail, ll. c. will apply for a licence to take and use fifty cubic feet
Per second of wnter out of Matthew
t reek which flows south and drains into '
bt. Mary's River about six miles west
of Marysville. The wnter will be diverted from the stream at a point about
three miles north of M. M. 82 and will
be used for mining purposes upon the
land described as the Sullivan Group of
mineral claims. This notice was posted
on the ground on tho llth day of Oct.
1918. A copy of this notice and an application pursuant thereto and to the
"Water Act llll'," will be llled in the
ofllce of the Water Recorder at Cran-
brook, H. C, Objections to the application muy be llled with the said Water
Recorder or with the Comptroller of
Water ItiKhts, Parliament Buildings,
Victoria, U. 0, within thirty days after
the lirst appearance of this notice in a
local newspaper.
The Consolidated Mining & Smelting
I'ompany, Applicant
by E' ti. Montgomery, Agent
The date ul' the  lirst publication of
this notice is Oct. 2tth 11118
WATER NOTICE
THE STAR SECOND 1IAMP STOKE
1,1st of Bargains  this   Week.
Child's cot complete $0.
Mission Oak, Round dining table.
Splendid pair bedroom stands'- inus-
sivo beveled jilate mirror, Bargain $18
Edison Home pli;niij<rru|>]i. |ilay both
2 & 4 min records, also quantity of records, f 1(1
Kitchen cabinet, cost *40.   20dola
I toll top di
Mdnllor-
*k iu splendid condition
POR SALE—Massey - Harris bicycle,
used one season; also Eastman 3A
folding camera, with tripod and por.
trait attachment. Both In excellent
condition. Apply Box "T" Herald office. 40-31
IP YOU HAVE ANYTHING TO SELL
Phone 9
Phone 9; if you want to buy anything
WANTED—Part or all of the
following : Piano, buffel, golden oalt, davenport or couch in
leather, china cabinet. Mttsl be
in good condition. Stale price
for cash.    Hox 86, Horald Office
Snap Mt-Luiigltlin. live passenger automobilo, it.', horse power,
iNi'iliaiiii-ull.v perreoi, lino Bhapo,
good tires mid extra tire in currier.
Cheap fur cash, Near Ot'anbroolfi
Address B..\ II. Herald office,     '-'l
KOK SALE—Mission oak piano, also
Inucli to match; nearly new; well taken care of; Mozart Helutzman make;
ensy terms. Apply to Rox R0, Wardner, B. C. 40-3t
FOR RENT—Modern Bungalow. For
particulars apply to C. Van Br aim.
Phono 404, or P. O. Box 428.       34-tf
Por Side—Three milch cows. 1
1-2 years, und 1 -I 1-2 years old: 1
yearling heifer, I heifer cult*, 2 ton
t Is. a quantity of hay and straw.
1 pen of uiauiinotlt Peltin ducks.
Apply, C.  Shepiiurd, Phone llll.
W.vcliflo  road,   near   St. Kitgenc
hospital,     •*-*
PIOS   FOR   BALD—All   slues   nnd
breeds. Apply to tbe Herald office.
Lost—Somewhere on tlie road
In Cranbrook. a bunch of keys.
Finder please leave at tho Herald office.
Por Sale—Overland 5-passen-
ger touring car, in perfect condition, all accessories complete.
A bargain for cash. Address
box 40, Herald ofllce.        Illllt
THE ONLY
WAY
to cur« a ikln dlieaie, ulcer or
iort pei omnently Is to get to the
•■rout" uf tho dlseaat. That's whut
ZaU'-Buk does.
£iim-BulE'i extraordinary powers
of penetration, combined with Its
gerw-destroylof properties enable
lt to reach and destroy all germs in
tho underlying llasues, where bkln
troubles bavo their origin. In
other words, Zam-Buk cures from
tbo "root" upward, so that no trace
of tbe disease Is left to break out
again.
To get lasting results, therefore,
you should usa Zam-Buk for all
•kin diseases, bolls, i)lcers and
blood-poisoning, aorw and piles.
AU dealers, 50c. box.
Diivrmnn hikI Vw
TAKENO'MOE that the Consolidated MiuiuK and Smelting Co., whose
address is Trail, H. C. will apply fort
licence to take and use 20.000 faUonH
per doyof water out of Sullivan Creak
which flowB south and drains into
Mark ('reek about Klmberley, B. C,
Thc water will be diverted -from the
stream at a point about one mile north
of north end line of lot 2999, known as
Hidden Hollow and will be used for
domestic purposes upon the land described as lot 2999. This notice was posted
on the ground on the 15th day of Oct,
1918. A ropy of this notice and an app-
ication pursuant  thereto  and to the
Water Act," 1911 will be filed in tha
office of the Water Recorder at Cranbrook, 13. C. Objections to the application may be filed with the said Water
Uecpnler or with the comptroller of
Wnter Rights, Parliament Buildings,
Victoria. H. C, within thirty days after the first appearance of this notice in
a local newspaper.
The Consolidated Mining & Smelting
Company, Applicant
By !•:. G. Montgomery, Agent
The date of the first publication of this
notice is October. 24th 1918.
WATER NOTICE
Diversion und Use
TAKE NOTICE that The Consolidated Mining and Smelting Co., whose.
address is Trail, H. 15,, will apply for a
licence to take and use 20.000 gallons
per day of water out of Lois Creak,
which flows south, and drains into Mark
Creek about Kimberley, B. C. The
water will be diverted from the stream
at a point about One mile and a half
north of north end line of Lot 2999
known as Lois Lake, and will be used
for domestic purposes upon the land
described as lot 2!>99. This notice wai
posted on the ground on thc 16th day of
October 1918. A copy of this notice
and an application pursuant thereto
and to the "water Act, 1914," will be
filed in the office of the Water Recorder
at Cranbrook, B. C. Objections to the
application may be filed with the said
water Recorder or with the Comptroller
of Water Rights, Parliament Buildings,
Victoria, B. C. within thirty days after
the first appearance of this notice in a
local newspaper.
The Consolidated Mining A  Smelting
Company, Applicant.,
By E. G. Montgomery, Agent
The date of the first publication of
this notice is Oct. 24th 1918
Printing!
Wtiiitcil -Cap'ablo mini witli
$',1111 lot' MOW liusini-ss n|i(MiiiiK in
Cfraituroott; Good for $-'nii anil
up. Permanent. Address, Mr.
Tticlfl**. \. American Building
Chicago.
Partner Wanted*-*To III* on
good claim itenr town aud work
with party on wood-sawing rig.
Address Box 7, Horald olHoo. 42-tf
Wood for Sale
lU-inch green blocks, inisplit, .1
inches to 12 inches thiol': mostly
(ir, a little pine nnd tamarab: $2
a rick, 3 riolts for 1*5.50.
42-St O. E. FOOTK.
WANTED-Glrl lor ([eiioral house
work. Apply, Mrs. A. K. Ebltob, Jaf.
(ray, U. C. 44-3-t
For Sale—All the household furniture of the late Mrs. Fiulay Robson will ha sold by private sale.
The sole will commend! on Friday,
Nov. 8th, und continue each day
until everything ia sold.
Orders placed wild ur
are assured satisfactory product Ion because we posses every
facility for good service—
Capable workmen expert supervision, latest and best equipment, .large capacity.
A telephone message
brings to your service a helpful salesman.
LAND REfllSTRV ACT
Section  24
Cranbrook Herald
PRINTERS   ft    PUBISHERS
DESIGNERS, ft EMBOSSERS
IN THE! M.VITKKof Lota 18, 19 and
20, I Hock 2, Town of Klmberley, Kootenay District, Map 664.
Proof having been AM In my ofllce of
the lo-sof Certificate of Tltlo No.l»8*
to the above mentioned Iota In the name
of James Ferguson Armstrong, and
bearing date the 3rd of April 1B02. I
hereby glva notice of my Intention at
the expiration of one calendar month
from tlie lirst publication hereof tu la-
sue to the suid .lames Ferguson Armstrong a fresh Certificate of Title In
lieu of such lost Certificate, Any person having any information with reference to such lost i ertlllcate of Title la
ropiestcd to communicate with the un.
dersigned.
Dated at thc band Itoglatry office at
Nelson, II. ('., this 17th day of October
1018.
K. S. Stokes,
District Registrar of Titles
The dale of the lirst publication of
this notice la October 24th 1818
Suggestion
on Eczema
It will take Just a tew moments to
step In and ask ue what our experience lias been In the way ot grateful
customers with tlte soothing wash of
oils, D.D.D. Your money back unless
the first bottle relieves you,
Cranbrook Drug £ Book Co.,
Cranbrook, B. a_
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