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m TIIE .CRANBROOK HERALD   »■«
Apr. 1-192S
VOLUME 21
Prepare for, the Ball
CBANBROOK, B.C., KiT-.liVV. DECEMBEB 22nd, 1922
to be given'By '.*.
the B. of R. T and L. A.
V 1   »l li 1  H     l :i
on New Year's Night
//
Churches to Mark
Christmas With
Special Services
Vulotido Sea soil To Bo Appropriately Marked With Tti*-
lontiiry Services
rlimsT CHURCH
(Anglican)
ChrlHtman EV-c. — Holy Comwuhton
s ii.m.    Morning Pray-ftr ll a.m.   Evensong -anil Carols 7.30 p.m.
Sunday. Christmas ESve—<.'.troi stuj;-
fiiiR anil anthem "We Huv-r Saen His
Star." Solo tnken by Mnntei Qeorge
[Heimsing,
Christmas Daj - Holy Communion
8 o m. Morning Prayer nnd HoI>
Oommutifon n a.vu,
Christmas -Morning- Regular Christmas Hyraiw Nos, 72, TS, T-i. Choral
, Communion.
No Communion Services on St. Stephen's Day, St. John's Day, the Innocents' Da)
j 'i'u.-**iii;i> .iti.M Christmas. - Junior
Sunday School party in parish Hall at
3 SO p in
Wedneaday after Christmas Sen
lor Sunday Si bool party in Pariah
Hall, <■ 10 p m
mhli- Claaa, led by Paator
7,30 p.m. Subject, "Getting Rid ot
lhe Briars. " Special muaic by Senior Choir. "Arise, Shine!" (Elvey).
"it Camo Upon the Midnight Clear,"
(Sullivan)
A,!-,„,      "Bahj  ot Belhlehew Sleep." Tho Word." by Dr   E. II   Thn
Lorenz, Chrlatmaa Mush al Both Se
1'HESnVTERIAN CllUBI
a md -.   I>i>cnmtaar 24th
nn. sAiiViTio> vnan
1) u.m.
BAPTIST (lll'I-H 11
11  ...,-i Subject,   "The   Dlvl
Anthem "New Born King "   Wllw
IS noon ■ Stlidny School
7.30 p m. Subject, "The KVi givir
Pathoi ■
Anthems "Tidings of Greal Joj "
Morning Ser
...»    -The Meaning ».t      Sunday School at 3 p.m    .
ie  .' rthisli  and .--..-i-      Special Chrlatmaa Be-retae 7-30 imu
i- nfembei    of thc Prl-      Taosday, December 26th at S p.m.,
ai Sunday Sclrool  Demonstration, Drills.
i :■   '■ o 'I"'*-   Lord," by   Dialogues,   Songs,   and   Recitations;
1 also Christmas Tree and   visit  irom
Coi  • iuem en of Santa.
Come   and   worship   "'1111   us   this
the   Beginning   Waa  Christmas season
Leaders of British
Thought Give
Xmas Messages
Out-standing   Men   lu   Empire
Present Varied messages
for Herald Readers
The Herald pn ents ■  iy«
poM.ii.: ol ri rfstms         I .-•■    Vear
m--■-.■*-*■■*   from   pi n ill snl I «  ■■■- ■•'■
Brltisl   life    re] '■"■'■
i t*ry   Im--  Of  tHdUgtlt --
i read wjth Interest, mlng from
' nien w"iio have utaliUslwd rapttl .1 eta*
MA I.I K ( ORE! 11   -
Sorrows of Si';.' m  *ini*iue
thing ror' Miss Corel li to send .
aage through th.
. ium aie mi wm - n vuietide mm *
HETH0D18T CUDBOII
CTnrlatmas Bn Hum Bubjoct,
"Tho l'!iriHtiunn Hplrli." .Speclul mu-
■li bj Junior Choir. "Kins, Belle,
itinf ChrlfltmM enrol."
v.' 16.      Sunday SehtfSl, and Aduli
ST. muivs ciuncii
outwit,
Sim,luy IVtembor !?-(tiii. Service*
*< u m. and in a in.
Monday, Decanter 86th, ChrlaUnaa
Uii.        Midnight, High Mass.      Tho
i ii<>ii will dng Ooncona'4 Muhh, foI-
lowod Immediately by a Low Man;,
wiih rhrlaunas hymn.*..
in a tn. Low Mans witli hymna by
Children', Cliolr, followed by n«na
diction
\v*> differ irom our neighbors on matters
smnll nnd great,
And often venom tips our tongues    we're
much too prone to hate
.Ami sometimes, too. wn lei oui* s]>eecli on
sonic poor fellow turn
To shral his character to runs with words
thiii Bting nnd burn.
\\v re too lavish with our censure and too
chary of our praise
And, shame to say. we're spliei'nl [n :i dozen
lillle ways;
And our ears drink In too eagerly (Mil Dame
Humor's whisperings
When some dainly hit  of scandal nboul  :i
story clings.
So do we nurse old grudges and keep alive
oui* Ire,
Por rancour burns the fiercer when memory
inns the fire
And haired, born of n trivial word, scars our
souls like a scorching flame;
And compassion pines, and kindness droops,
liidinn Its head in shame
That's hut one page of our daily lives, there
are others- thank the Lord
For the worst of us is not all bad, for iu our
hearts is heard
A wee small voice thai prompts us ofl to
many actions kind,
And our souls are lifted from out the mire
hy the ties that brothers bind.
And we're lifted up, and up, and up beyond
life's sordidness
When   the  Spirit  of  Yuletlde  warms  our
hearts with a great forgiveness.
And lhe chap who yesterday bore our scorn
antl whom we were wont to Hay
lias become our friend and brother at the
dawn of t.'hrlstnins Day.
A wonderful day is Christmas II has -j
glamour all its own,
For its every precious moment witli kindnesses is sown
The kindness born of a promise that makes
the whole world kin.
And hope soars high as the star in the Easl
thnt ushered the Child-Christ In,
nil. RKV. int. .loin i i.itmnn.
M.A. LL.B, ll.-*"'.. toed aa the
Qrand Old  Man       •   I        -'•' n
lace factory owlng-tn the povert3 -
ills parents when only eigiit year* <■!
age,  and  taughl   hire ell On ■
Latin in hm apart time, qualified '.■>.
an untverBlty training, and became
friend ot W. B. Qla< Lord Rsins--
bery and Lloyd Qeorge, and one <,r
111 itali      •■ lei
Ij tend I" onr brothi itt i all
river Die world is that are Brltona
ami Americans will aland together
whole heart, port of the
Leagui  , ; ... ' itei
national Tribunal (or the eettle
menl ol all luetlclarj   qui
thai wa "ill  leek to extend It mi
:is ti, gather aIthin
end Unit in evers wny poa
(Continued on Page -
-Wf
We wish you all the Compliments of the Season and thank our friends for the patronage extended to us in an ever increasing degree during the  time we have been in bus.
iness.    By tht continuance of our policy ol Quality, SERVICE and Fair Pkicks ws shall endeavor to merit the conlidence placed in us
g- P.O. Box 787
$,,    We Are Prompt
JACK   B.   HASLAM,   Phm. B.,  Cranbrook.  B.C.
Druggist ai\d Stationer
Phone 16
We Are Careful PAI.K    TWO
I III-   CBAJiBKOOK   HKK.il .»
Friday. December ii, UW3
I' II 1   S K
(Cranbrook -Business itlcn
APPRECIATE THE PATRONAGE Hit &AVt EXTJEl*
t>ri> ro them vn wsn ,
AND WISH TO CO>'VEY TO OXF AXU ALL
-IHI-
Compliments of tbr Reason
Hwav Back Dome
21 i.tii'uima.ii *totp
KKi
The Hanson Garage
I* HAN SHOOK. IU.
i:. ii. iiii-iiki:
Cranbrook Agency Co.
Kent Estate mul liiMCrttuei'
*,>n Thursday ot sv^ry tr-nrit m ib.*
three jreara sum*, ha h?d left home Jim
Ogdensby tutu wru.eti to his mother,
aod ou thu ^uun. day he iiad received
u letter trom her In all that time he
had never once mentioned hU t'other.
though he had otten thought ol hint.
Hut Mother lunl always mnde u mention of Dad li had always been ihe
same until to-day, "Dad is well." This
time it read "Dad Is broodlnji over
lomathlng- Jim. and be won't tell me
whnt it Is, He say-a Uo (eels nil right,
bui hu ia very quiet, nnd doesn't seem
tu hew whin ive say lo him sometimes,
Seems tu like to mi and brood.   I'm
.ll.llll    Iu
lllll. JII
Ite slipped the letter into his pocket,
turned ull tliu light at tils desk, and
nat in the sejfti-darkuess ot tiie olllce
t'm- financial  Institution where he
i beginning to make his
inrk
.1 nin
th.
lie thorougltfare.
wing larger with
sweeping by; it
when mosl m tiie
M closo tor the
(RANBROOK. B.C.
The Queen's Hotel
Vi-lmnr A IW-iisihi
CltAMlItOOK. B.C.
1-. IV. WII.MN
CHRISTMAS, 1922
May Contentment Share with Prosperity In all
your  ottoria  throughout   the
Coming Year
Cranbrook Cleaners and
Dyers
W. F. DORAN
we carry a full link or boots and shoes
SIMMONS' BEDS
MATTOB8BH18 ami SPRINGS
Armstrong Ave.    -    CRANBROOK, B.C.    -    Phone 166
"Our LOW Prices Win Kvery Thn**"
AT THR HOLIDAY 8EASON
we express to you our appreciation of past favors and wish you
A HAPPY CHRISTMAS und u
PROSPEROUS    NEW    YEAR.
B. Weston
ritVMMtoOK, IM1.
who dwell
" thai ihey
CalUd. Thxii hf rusui It, oftoe, au-i
dfHio, aua *t flood tide ut sweet «i«u-
orle* '.wept hte very aoiil iti inTer-
vala uf leisure during the re3t of ihfc
day he said that verse to himself -toft-
ly und lingerjtigly:
'The city streets are fair und bright.
The city folks are gay;
Their hearts tu Joy attuned are
Upon this Christmas Day
lint far beyond the city .streets
in fancy do i roam,
Across the lieldu and down Uta Jan*?.
Tluit leads uway hack home.'
That nfternodn ho ivrato a long letter to Dad. Jt wm. an outpouring ot
iht* -n-firt, fntuk, natural, lull uf thtt
things a rather might want to know, ol
what his hoy was doing, and ho wound
it up with thu declaration that he
would ha home for Christmas Day.
und in tho .spring would come hack to
st^y .ui tlie t'anu, as ihey Iiad Plauued
It together In the liappj days, it Dad
would have him.
The next morning there was a letter
ilom Dad, tht flral ho hud received
since he had lett home M had crossed
hfs own. It was a short affectionate
appeal to Jim to spend Christmas ut
home, ti- forgive a hasty decision and
.i hasty blow. "Mother is worrying
uboui me now, Jim," it went on "because I'm worrying about you. Ami
dint's nil that's the matter with me,
lad, truly. Bodily I'm tit. hut oh!
Jim -life ia short at the best.
There was a song in ,lim Ogtiensby's
heart that day and for mnny a day
thereafter. It wns almost loud enough
tor others to hear, a day or two before
Christmas, when lu* hoarded a train
for tho tedious day's journey that
would take him home.
Miss Betty Hamilton was a passeu-
Rer too, and her brightness aud
Friendliness added more stanzas to the
song ut his heart.. The Journey that
had promised to la. wearisome wus
after all a rather jolly one. Jim made
certain, in a man's clumsy way. thut
Betty would rather live In the countrj
than hi the city, and thai sin; was still
fancy free. And looking at his stalwart figui'i. and frank face, Betty was
sum that he would be a flue partner
U. travel with along the broad highway nf life.
Tlie whole Ogdensby (amity was at
tli..< station to meet Jim. lit; kissed
them all—-Dad included--without em
bttrrassment or shame. .Mother wept
u little after they reached home bui
her tears were not ot sorrow. Dad
said little, hut there was a wonderful
light in his eyes, u glo\. on his face,
and deep emotion iu his voice when,
0-s they parted at Jim's bedroom door,
he uttered the familiar benediction
"Good-night, lad, and Qod bless you."-
Before Jim was up in the morning,
his motlier slipped into his room and
sat nn ihe lied its she used to do when
he was a youngster. Sho talked of
many things, and finally asked In a
casual way about Kettle Hamilton and
her work.
Then Jim told the story of tho verse
the girl had written out for him. His
mother listened without comment, but
as she went down stairs she said to
herself: "He's in love with her already, I wonder what he'll say when
she tells him somo day how she and
his' own mother arranged that he
Should see that verse?"
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- Canada's  Best Buy -
TKE  ECONOMY   PACKAGE
The Mtreel lum
of lights from
Ing designs, lit
Hurrying ihron
every minute.
was nearlngtht
city's Industrie
day.
The crowds, the hustle, the noise,
aud the lights combined iu the making
ot a spectacle thai hud always fascinated and nppalled'hlm since he had
left aome, determined that the city
shmild give him place and wealth. He
wa.- wresting both from ii us others,
country botli uud bred, had done before him. But he had never softened
toward it. never taken it to his heart
Tu him it always seemed so callously
indifferent, sn imperiously proud, so
en ii in iu the end in crush out of
those who professed to love it most,
ull that was best and noblest.
Home day he would go back again
to the country, tu the open that called
to lilm, to the woods ho know, in the
fields, to the smell of the pood earth
and the feel of it beneath his I
everything that made lite won
ing.   What did they know
iu  the  cities,  of   the   "life
talked So much about'.'
Yes, soma day he would go back
but nut to the house where he was
bom. the home he hud loved and often
longed for. lie pictured the restful
orchard, the silvery river where, he
had learned to swim, mothers (lower
garden, the big barn yard, the little
sisters who had wept so bitterly when
he had said good-bye. He would see
ihem too, some day, Inu he would not
go hack there until his father would
say that he lmd been in the wrong,
that he was sorry lie had lost his temper and struck him—almost a man
grown—for taking the "flivver" to the
Hcbool picnic, without asking permission to do so. .Dud must write and say
that he wus Borry, or ask Mothei lo
say it for him, or else—he drew buck
hts head with a sudden jerk. Or else
what? Did he mean, he asked himsel!,
(hat he would not gi> back until Dad
died- And he loved Dad too. There
was no doubt in his mind on that
point, when lie tried lo analyse his
feol Ings. But lie could uot forgel that
blow. Thero must be an understanding about thut.
A knock at ihe. door Interrupted his
thoughts. He switched on the lights.
calling out "Come in," as he did so.
Thero entered Miss Betty Dalton, dainty,   brown   eyed,   brown   haired,   who
was stenographer tli himself umi
Charlie Morrison, another rising employee.
"Mr. Ogdensby,"' she began, somewhat diffidently, "It's just iwo weeks
to   Christ mus   and   I   would   Uke   lo
spend a few days around that time at j |jeBUU With tha lirst Christmas n
my home     Mr   Morrison is  willing j,er.   Thereafter through the 62 weeks
that I Bhould have a few days, if you|of the long, long year, it is constantly
flre.', Isupplying fresh Bources of amusemenl
"Certainly, certainly," lie said, "andUrn] information. Now U is the begin-
make whatever arrangements you Uke. jnlng of a new serial, then it Is a con-
Guesfi we'll manage to gel along for a [trtbutlon nf vita
h lb-N0W 80$ (Also Procurable-& lb. Package I5f)
34-
Dr. Bonnell. who has lieen taking a
specialist's curse in the eye, ear,
nose and throM, in Chicago, is expec
ted home In n day nr two. His son,
Franklin, who i*- attending Toronto
i'nlvert-ity, will come back with him,
Pernie   Free Press
The falling on in Uie provincial col
lections from the amusement lax
.•unlit io lie uu Indication tn mir municipal autKoritles that the proposal to
double that tax so that municipalities
may benefit would he a ver> Unwise
procedure at -this lime Tlu* amusement house-- are In anything bul .*
flourishing condition, Thej are hea
vliy hit by the existing tax, wiili h undoubtedly hns had n deterreni effeel
on attendance*.       Pernie Pre* Prean
o
Krame's llreacl Is GOpi) Bread
His I'ies. Cakes nnd Pcstry ar,
mnde in a msly milliner which
Invites tho  most  exm'tlliR  pernor, lo roll nsiiin, at
TIIK HOME IIAKKin
I'lioue S7      *      riorlmr) Are.
MOTHER!
Your Child'? Bowels Nee.
'.'CSHforni-i >'■■■ Svnip"
ly       ...
A Wonderful Selection of
n.oo mit&
Sale Proving Attractive
A VV. n. Illl.l. GIFT AT A DOLLAR sounds itlmosl loo
good d> In* irui*. iloi'sn'i it. Well, it is true, und if you
come in any time you will be delighted at iiu* wonderful assortment of appropriate glfl articles you can
chouse from al tliis price. .Inst In give you sonic! Idea
of the variety, we mention the following:
LAMES' SIl.K IIOSKi 11I.AT1II.H HUSK in all Ihe
popular similes; BOXES OF CHRISTMAS IIAMIKEH-
CIIIKIS: LADIES' FANCY COMBS: VfJ-      US: TIES;
CAMISOLES;  and u ll sauti oilier J ''•■ -■'' Tide Glfls.
Let ns. If possible, make all our frlef... /Tappy, when lt
rusts sn little io do s?   /
Kvery Article Packed in n  liaiiiy tllfl   Hox.
(Although this II0LLA1! TABLE will be continued iinlil Christmas, we strongly urge von to do vour shopping
EARLY.
•-IVHI.N   HILL PUTS ON   A  SALE  IT  IS GENUINE."
W. D. HILL
Thr Dr} Goods Specialist.
\mm\V
ITUB LONG CHKISTMAS GIFT
, There are many good «lft-i tln.t one
can ehooae at Chr let matt, but fnr lingering eat Ib faction, long drawn oni,
what Is there after all, thut nm be
named in the same breath with The
Youth'a Companion?   Tho fun in only
.'on-
!. linn
.sum
imuer
iwels
"Cal-
Uruc-
Botne Impulse moved lilm I interested Au
your
(line in  tlit;
few days
to aek
try '."
"Yes," «hi- said, "near Ogdcntib
lit: Btarted and utiiinniert'd "Tl
1 ought to know you; thai place
--It wii8--namwl aftiT my follj	
don't remember anyone of your namfltmaa gift is wek
around there." pleasure.   Try it and uev.
The ii- issiit'.., .»( 1028 will be crowd
ed  with serial stories, Btiort storlei
editorials, poetry, fact& and fun.   $i\b
rlbe now umi receive;
"*  Is a  brand new
pheua ur A, S. PI
| adventure in the
" men  who havy a
1,8 , and   pOW-WOWed
'   Hut  why suy mor
terest to tin* youth
or science, next It
oi y by i', A. Ste-
•, or a tale of wild
Id Indian rtaye, by
unlly lived among
ith the red skins,
' • No other Chrlst-
iiL'ii wiih ho much
"No," she unewered liesltatlugly,
"My ikii name i» Betty iialtou Ham-
litem    I've uIwuvm tukeu my AUtltle's
iiuum-- Dulton—in the eity.   I live with   	
her here, and ahe'a very good to me."  I j. The  youth's Companion- -52
"Then 1 do know you—or at least 1„ igj{g( ^^B
your family   well.   " ogdfm.liy  BaW.]g, All the remaining Issues of 1922.
I'lie Companion Home Calendar for j
i Mluny motlier! Even a Blck
'loves the "fruity" taste ol "Colli
Fig Syrup" and it never fails to
the bowels, a leaapoonful to-da1
prevent a sli k i iiild to-morrow. 1
Jstlpated, bilious, Feverish, freti'u
cold, colic, or if stomach is
tongue coated, breath bad, rem.
a (innd cleansing of the little b
in often all Ihul is necessary.
a&V, your druggist for genuine
Itornln Mg Syrup" which has i
tlon*s for babies and children of all
nfii'.i printed on bottlu. Mother! Vou
must nay "Callfernhi" or you muy n*"-t
an Imitation fig syrup,
"Cascarets" 10c
For Bowels If
Constipated
Clean your bowels.     Peel tine!
When you feel sick, fllxsy, upset,
when your head Is dull or aching, or
your stomach Is som or gassy. Just
tako one or iwo Cascarets lo relievo
constipation nT> griping nlcosi
catharaiC'laxallvc on earth for grown
ups and children 10c a box. Tests
like candy.
The Home Bakery
To .make Christmas Joy complete PHONE ST for a
Christmas Cake
A-large variety to choose from; and dlnna forgel some
o' Bobby Frame's SCUTCH SHOUT BREAD.
Also Cream Puffs and Crc-ani Apple Pies, all made
from the very ht-sl ul materials fresli In.
Ijiialilj Bread, 3 loaves for 86cTHE TASTE TELLS
Wo lmve lust oponcd up n frei.li   nlil.monl   ot   McCOBMIOK'8
l'AM'V UOX CHOCOLATES.   Tlio'y  uro n   «uoil   Hue nud tlie
v Pricos Arc HlRhi.
R.   FRAME,   MASTER BAKER
"Why you used to play with my n!s-
(fir*.      Vou    were    a    tiny    llttl.-    ud
though."
"Yes," Hhe -milled ni him. "I re-
meinber you well; when I wus in tlie
Junior class at school, you were pass-
VMl'i. All ior 9M
Or  Include McC'Ull's Mugtulne, tint!
monthly   authority   on   fashions, I
Uoth publications, only $3.00.
THK   YOUTH'S  COSITANION,]
int. out.  I remember an old copj ImoklCommonwealth Ave and st. Paui St.,1
of yours 1 found after you left school, IHIS TON    MASS
It had some verses In it thot you had j Subscriptions received by The Herald.!
Copied; one of them always appealed _-.»-,	
to me" SHIPMENTS OF ORE TO        i
"Whnt was It?" he asked. THE  TRAIL SHELTER
"I'll typo ii oui  to-morrow, if you —	
don't mind," she aald quietly, "und Kollowiug is a stutement of or« re-1
now if you hnve no more letters, may, ceived at the Trail Smelter for thi
I go?" period during December sth to m*. *:
"Yes—-oh  of course—yes—yes," he < Inclusive:
Stammeredi    rising    awkwardly   andjNunie of Mine aud Locality Tons
Opening the door for her. Wn. Black Hock, Northport. Wn.     44
The next morning he found on hts Silversmith, Bandon. B.C no
desk the typewritten  verse she bad Surprise, Republic, Wn      52
promised lilm.   lie Ki'iiine-d as he look -'■omimu.   Minos    4,067
It up furtively, With tht thought that                                                     —
It. might he Horn uoms love nong «r Total 4,9-1}
CANADIAN
Pacific
CBiUtBROOH TUAIN TIMKH
SO. 6" UAII.V-To Nelson, Vancou
vor, Spokuno, etc.   Arrive 12.10 a,
in,; leave 12.20 p.m.
NO.   18   DAILY—To, Fernle,   Letb
bridge, Medicine Hat, Calgary, etc.
Arrive 4.10 p.m.; leave 4.20 p.m.
A PICTURE
makes tho ideal
Christmas Gift
WATER COLOR8-
iiy local iirtlHts, framed
Studio Portraiture
Home Portraiture
iin,l Qroupn
Rnlargetnont- and
Amateur finishing
Coloring Portraits
mul Qnlnrgoinenis
COMB IN und See Our Stud.
The Cranbrook Studio
Phone 404
rralliriiiik,   WjcllBe,   HIlMliirlt,   Sor.
vlMl
ft». MS—1*uvb 7.06 o.m.   flo.*__.-Ar-
rlie 2.10 p.m.
(*rA,lbrouk, LH_e Wludora,«r« mil
Uoldea S.rlrc.!
Mouday nud Thunday, eacb week
-MO. S21, leeve » s in      Wedne.de,
ud   *>«t-i-ilar -NO. 881- arrive   I.M
p.m.
For   (url-lier   in*rt«-ul»'«   eyiily   Ul
eny ticket hkoii
J. IS. PHOCTOK,
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Craubrook _Bu3ine_.fi ji-len
APPRECIATE THE PATRONAGE VOC HAVE EXTEI*
BED IO THEM LS 1928
AMI WISH TO CONVEY TO ONE AND ALL
-1HE-
Compltments of tbe ^rason
The Hanson Garage
CRANHROOK, B.C.
Hwav Back Ifoome
'3. -S-iuimmaii ettn\t
Ji-
-*,>& Thurada? oi evtry we**, il th*
three years slum he had left home JUu
Ogdensby tuni written to his mother,
CalUd. Thwti' he r*sd it. v&ce, att-i
again, and & flgyj tide ol -sweet ai*m-
orlw -fwept hii very aotil    lu inter-'
iUiiCitt
uct ou ibe sum*, day to* had receivedIvala crt leisure during tim real oi iht.
letter troiu her    In all thst Ume hejday be said thai versa to himself, soft-;
ad never onoe mentioned his father, f
though be had often thought of him.}
But Mother had always made u meu-;
tlou u_ Dad. ii hud always been the
samo until to-day. "Dad Is well." Tula
time it read "Dad is brooding over
jomethiiig, Jim. nud be won't tell me
whal it is. He says ho feela nil right,
but he is very quiet, and doesn't seem
to hear what we Buy io him sometimes,
Seema io like to sll and brood. I'm
ufrald tor lilm, Jim."
li..* slipped the letter Into bis pocket,
turned nil the light al bis desk, and
i-.ii! iii tiie een>l-darkuesB of thc office
of tin- financial institution where lie
was beginning to muku his mark.
The iv lml own ol the room overlooked one of the mull* streets ul Lhe city
The street lum
or llghlH from
iiiR designs, ll
Hurrying thron
every minute,
wan near Ing thi
city's IndustrU
tlie thousauds
and udvertls-
thoroughfare.
iiu larger with
eeplug by; it
i.'ii most oi the
close for tl>.*
Ij uud lingeritigly:
"Tbe eity streets are fair ond bright.
The city folks are gay;
Their he'arts to Joy attuned are
Upon this ChriBtmas Day.
Bm far beyond tha city streets
In fancy do I roam
Across the flelda and down tlle lane,
Tbat lends awuj ''ark home."
Thin iifteruouu be wrote a loun letter to Dad. ii wan au outpouring or
the h«irt, frunk, natural, mil of tba
things a father might want to know, ol
what bis buy w«s doing, and lie wound
it up with iIiu declaration that lie
would be bome for Christmas Day,
and in ■ lio Mptiug would come back to
t-tuy on the farm, us they tin-j planned
it together lu the Impp) days, if Dud
would have him.
The next morning there was a letter
from Dud, Ibe first be bud received
since he had left home, ll bud crossed
his own.   li was a short affectionate
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- Canada's  Best Buy -
THE  ECONOMY   PACKAGE
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Cranbrook Agency Co.
llml Estate nml Insurance
CRANBROOK, B.C.
The Queen's Hotel
Vi-l'urir .V llcnson
CRANBROOK, B.C.
I-. W. WILLIS
CHRISTMAS, 192S
May Contentment Share with Prosperity in all
your  efforts  tliroii|;tiiiut   the
Coining Year.
Cranbrook Cleaners and
Dyers
The crowds, the bustle, the noise,
mi the tights comblnod in the making
■f u spectacle thai Inul always I'iiscin-
ated and appalled'him since be hud
lefi home, determined that the city
shopld give him placo aud wealth. He
was wresting both from ii as others,
country boui aud bred, bad done he-
tun; him. But he lmd never softened
toward it. never taken ii to hie heart.
To him it always seemed so callously
Indifferent, sa Imperious!}' proud, so
certain In the end to crush oui of
those who professed to love it most,
ull that was besl and noblest.
Some day he would go back ugalu
lo tbe country, to the open thnt called
to him, to tin.1 woodB he-knew. In the
fields, to the smell of the good earth
nnd tlie feel of ii beneath iiis feet, to
everything thai made life worth living. What did they know, who dwell
iu the cities, uf the "lift:"' thai they
talked so much about!
Yes, some day he would ro back,
but uui to ihe bouse where he was
born, the home lie bud loved and often
longed lur. He pictured thc restful
orchard, the silvery river where, he
had learned lu swim, mother's flower
garden, tin- big barn yard, the Utile
sister.-* who had wept su bitterly when
he bud said good-bye. He would see
ihem loo, some day, but he would not
go back (liere until his father would
say that he had lieen iu the wrong,
that he was sorry he had lost his lumper mul struck him—almost a man
grown—for taking the "flivver" la thc
sebool picnic, without asking permission to do su. Dud mUBt write and say
that be was Borry, ur ask Mother to
say it for him, or else—he drew back
his head witli a sudden jerk. Or else,
what? Did he mean, he asked himself,
tiiat he would not go back until Dad
died? Anil he loved Dad too. There
wus no doubt in his mind on Ihat
point, when be tried to analyse Ills
feelings. Hut he could uot forgel tbat
blow, Thero must be an understanding about that.
A knock at thu door Interrupted his
thoughts, He switched on the lights,
calling out "Coma in," as he did so.
There entered Mis.*. Betty Dalton, dainty, brown eyed, brown haired, who
was stenographer 10 himself and
Charlie MoitIboii, another r
ployue. ^^^^^^
"Mr. Ogdensby," she began, somewhat diffidently, "It's just two weeks
tu  CI)ristmas  and   l   would   like   lo
ristmas ut
lelsion ami
1 worrying
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appeal 10 Jim to spi
home, to forgive a h
.i. husty blow "Mo
aboul me now, Jim." It wenl on "because I'm worrying ahout you. And
that's all that's the matter with me,
lad, truly. Bodily I'm ill. but oh!
Jim -life is ahol't at Mm best.
There was a song In Jim Ogdensby'a
heart that day and for many a day
thereafter, li was almost loud enough
lor others to hear, a dny or two before
Christmas, when lie boarded u train
for tbe ledious day's journey that
would take uiu) home.
Miss Hetty Hamilton was 11 passenger Loo, and her brightness and
friendliness added moiv .stanzas to the
song of bis hear!.. The journey that
had promised lo he wearisome wu-?
after all a rather jolly one.   Jim made
Dr. Bonnell, who has beei
spci-lulint's course iu the eye, car.
nose and throat, in Chicago, is expected home in a day or two. His son.
Franklin, who is attending Toronto
University, will come buck with him.
Pernio  Free I'resw.
The falling or in the provincial col-
ay, thai
coun I
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flue partuei
broad high
VV. F. DORAN
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SIMMONS' BEDS
MATTWDSSKS and SPRING*.
Armstrong Ave,    -    CRANBROOK, B.C, Phone 168
H0nr Low Priced Win Every Time"
AT   TIIK    HOLIDAY SEASON
we express to you our appreciation of past favors and wish you
A HAPPY CHRISTMAS and a
PROSPEROUS    NEW    YEAR.
B. Weston
(IMNHItOOK, IU.
certain, in a man's cluin
Hetty would rather live in
than in tlie city, nnd that
fancy free. And looking
wart figure and -frank fac
sure that be would be ;
in travel with along th
way of life.
Tlie whole Ogdensby family was at
(he station tu meet Jim. He kinaed
ihem all—Dud Included—without embarrassment ur shame. Mother wept
u little after they reached home, but
her tears were nol of sorrow. Dad
said little, but there wan p wonderful
light in hi.s eyes, a glow on hia face,
and deep emotion III hie voice when,
as tbey parted nl Jims bedroom door,
he nttercd the familiar benediction
"Good-night, lad. and (lot! bless yuu."
Hefore Jim was up In the morning,
iiis mother slipped into his room and
sal on the bed as she used lo do when
he was a youngster. She talked of
many things, unit finally asked In a
casual way about Beltle Hamilton and
her work.
Then Jim told the story uf tho verse
the* girl had written out for blm, His
mother listened without comment, but
as she went down stairs she suid to
herself: "He's In love wiih her already, 1 wonder what he'll say when
she tells him some day how she aud
Iiis* own mother arranged ihat he
should see that verse?"
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iripal am iii)
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1 ihe proposal to
double that
tax
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may benefit
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procedure 11
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mum housi
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anythlug  but  a
flourishing
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vliy hit by
he
exist
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lmd
1 deterrent  etfoi 1
on uttendan
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Frame's
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made in
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THE
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BAKERY
Phone -s
Norburj Ave,
MOTHER!
A Wonderful Selection of
$1,00 -Jiffs
Sale Proving Attractive
A \V. li. Illl.l. GIFT AT A DOLLAR sounds almost too
good fo be irue. doesn'l ItV Well, it is true, and if you
come in any time you will In- delighted al the wonderful assortment of appropriate gift articles you can
choiwe from al this prico.   Jusi to give you some idea
of thc variety, we mention the following;
1,.Mill's* SILK HOSEf llKATIII.lt HOSE in all thc
popular shades; BOXES OF .TIHIST.MAS IIAMIKER-
IIIIKl S: LADIES' EANCY COMBS) I, " IIS: TIES;
CAMISOLES; and a iliousand other! Tide Gifts.
Let tis. il' possible, make all our I'rieJA jiappy. when lt
rusts so little lo do   f\
Every Article Packed In a Hairt** Gift llox.
(Although Ihis  HOLLAII TABLE will be continued un*
iii Christmas, we strongly urge vou lo do vour shopping
EARLY.
"WHEN   HILL PITS OX  A  SAI.i:  IT IS GENUINE."
W. D. HILL
The Dn Goods Specialist.
Your Child's Hovels NeeJ    ^
"C.ililurni.: Rs Syrup"
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THK LONG CIIItlSTMAti GIFT
There are many good fiifts tin.I one
m- can i/hoonu at Christinas, but tor lin
[goring satisfaction, long drawn out,
what Is there after all, that can be
named In the samo breath with The
Youth's Companion?   The 'un is only
spend 11 few duys around that time at begun with the lirst Christmas
my  home.    Mr.   Morrison   Is   willini,'!|(er.   Thereafter through the Bl!
that  I Bhoul.d have a  few days, if yon
are.",
"Certainly, certaluly," lie -said, "and
muke whatever arrangements you iik«r.
Oii(.!iH we'll manage to get along for a
eks
01' the long, long your, it is constantly
supplyiug fresli sources of umusemeni
and Information, Now it is the beginning of a new serial, then il is 11 con*
irihuilou of vital Interest to tho youth
few days."   Some impulse moved him I interested hu spun or science, next II
to ask:   "ls  your home in  tin:
try?'-
"Yes," Khn said, "near Ogdonsbj
iln started and Blsmmered "Thou-—
1 ought to know ynu; that place ttiw
--It was—named after my folk".. 1
don't remember anyone of your name
(iround there."
"No,"  she   answered   hesitatingly,
"My real name in Betty Dp)ton Hamilton,   I've always taken my Auntie's I editorials, poetry, facts and run.  Sub
name—Dalton—ln the city.  I live with j scribe now uud receive;
ber here, and she's very good to me." |j. The Youth's Companion—52 Issues
"Then 1 do know you—or at least tu 192a.
your  laimiy  well,  " Ogdensby  said. J 2. All the remaining issues of 1822.
i. The Companion Home Calendar foi
ls 11 brand new story by C. A. Stephens or A, S. Pier, or a tale of wild
j adventure hi the old Indian days, by
melt who have actually lived among
and pow-wo wed with tho red skins.
Bul why say more? * Nn other Chrlst-
Juki:; gift is welcomod with uo much
pleasure.    Try  It and see.
The 62 issue.-, of 1928 Will be 1 rolled   wiih  serial  stories,  short   Storlei,
play with in.
a    tiny    liith*
1928. All for &50.
4. Or Include McCall's Mugnzlne, the
monthly authority mi fashions,
Both publications, only $8,00.
THE   VOI'TH'S  COMPANION,
'""If,Commonwealth Ave. and St, Paul St.,
BOSTON,  MASS.
Subscriptions received by The Herald.
"Why you used 1
tora,     You    were ^^^^^^^^^
though.''
"Yes," she smiled al him. '"I remember you well; when 1 was In the
Junior class at buIiooI, you were passing out. I remember an old eoi
of yours 1 found after you left tic hool.
lt laid home verses In it thot you hud
copied; one of them always appealed
to me."
"Whal was li?" he asked.
"I'll type it out to-morrow, if you ■———
don't mind," she suid quietly, "und * Following is u s'tatement of ore renew If you have no more letters, muy ceived at the Trail Smelter for thi
I go?" period during December 8th to 14tb
"Yes*—oh of course—yes—yes," he'inclusive:
stummered,    rising    awkwardly   andiNume of Mine and Locality Tons
opening the door for her. Wn. Black Hock, Northport. Wn.     44
The next morning ho found on hts Silversmith, Sandon, B.C 170
desk the typewritten verse she had'Surprise, Ilepubllc. Wn      52
promised him.   He grinned ns ho took Company  Minns    -4,067
It up furtively, with the thought ihat  -
It. might hi*, from ,,,,,,]* love •ong or Total e,KZ
1 SHurry mother! Even a Mck child
! loves the "fruity'* taste ol "California
ji-'ig Syrup" and it novor rails to open
ithe bowels, A lea-spoonful to-day may
! prevent a sick child to-morrow. If constipated, bilious, feverish, fretful, has
'cold, colic, or if stomach Is sour
■ tongue coated, breath lmd, remember
a good clonnslng of the li'tii* bowels
I Is often all thai Is necessary.
A^k your druggist ior genuine '■California Kig Syrup" which has dfroc-
' tions for babies und children of all
ages printed on bottle. Mother! You
must *say "California" or you mny get
nn imitation fig syrup.
"Cascarets" 10c
For Bowels If
Constipated
i   '"lean your bowels!     Ke.-i fine!
J When you feel sick, dizzy, upset,
when your head is dull or aching, or
Jyour stomach Is sour or gassy, Just
take oue or two Cascaroti t«* relievo
constipation, .\% griping nicest
catharalc-laxatlvQ on earth for grownups uud children 10a n box. Taste
like uandy.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
The Home Bakery
To -make Christmas Joy complete PHONE s? for a
Christmas Cuke
A-large variety to choose from; and dlnna forgel some
o' Bobby Frame's SCUTCH SHOUT BREAD.
Also Cream Puffs and Cream Apple Pies, all made
from tlie very Imsl of mat,-rials fresh in.
I(iialit) Bread, 3 loaves for 85c THE TASTE TEI.LS
H'o lmve Just opened up n (renl,   shipment  or   MCCORMICK'S
I'.INCV BOX' CU0C0LATES.   Tlio'y ere n  Rood   line end  tbe
v Prices Are Hlglit.
R.   FRAME,   WASTER BAKER
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A PICTURE
makes tho Ideal
Christmas Gift
WATER  COLORS—
by locnl artists, framed
siniiiti Portraiture
Home I'ortralturo
and Groups
Knlnrgemontfl and
Amateur Finishing
Coloring Portraits
and Rnlargomonis
COMB IN  and Bee Onr Stuck
The Cranbrook Studio
Phone   Ull
SHIPMENTS OK ORE TO
TIIK TRAIL SHELTER
CIUXIIHOOI. TBA1N TIMKS
Md. «! DAILY—To Nelwin, Vuucou
vor, Spokane, etc.   Arrive 12.10 F-ISS;
lu.; leave 12.-0 p.m.
NO.   «S   DAILY—To, Pernie,   Lith
bridge, Medicine Hat, cilnarj, etc.
Arrive 1.10 p.m.; leave 4.20 p.m.
Crailireiik,  Hjellffr,  Klmbcrlej Her-
vice.
Re. SJS—Leave 7.05 a.m.   So.8H.-Ar-
rlve 2.10 p.m.
Craoltrook, loike Wludermere and
(leldei Seriice:
Monday and Thursday, eacb  week
-NO. 881, leave 9 a.m      Wedneada)
and   "Murday—MO. 881. atrlre   I.M
p.m.
for  furUier  pellicula's   apply  te
any ticket agen' >
J. tt. PROCTOR,
IHsUl.t Paaatnier A«eui,-Calcary.
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for a
JOYOUS CHRISTMAS
and a
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MACDONALD. NISBET and GRAHAM
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Barrister and Solicitor
CRANBROOK, B.C.
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MERRY CHRISTIVIAS
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WORLD''S BEST 1HKWS
The aagel tttld unto them. F«i?1fit'.
far, behold, 1 bring 70a good tiding oi
griat joy, which thill bs to ill p*opI«.
For unto you is bora thin d«j In die
city of D»vid a S«viour, wMcb ii CbrUl
the Lord.—I.nlce 2: 10,11.
Ing asslslauce    has   mad,, tbe BAPTIST Sl'NDAY SCHOOL
j production of tliis Issue possible ENTERTAINMENT
in whal wiih nil modesty may TIU'IISD.IV EVENINl
be said to be a liiore attractive ________
form ilian usual, and appropriate n> Ihe Christmas season.
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Ires to join in the harmonious     Tho .-'mrcli ivus appropriately dee*  [tecltnilon   Mildred  1
■Ok Cranbrook peraW|chorusofChristmaB wlshes a*'-'« tnri °p*«-s "^ >■ *"«" «^»
pearing this week.        This    |g {pcw« In tli ntreof the church were j Mm   Huyntu' cln»s
dune 111 B  keen sense    Of    the  ron-wed nnd tables were sot up. trom Clam      Recitation,
 suppori      which      has     been ■"l"'1' "  ■*•"■■""•"'"- n,|,i'" WM l""'- !t'-ll:"'""-  '-"■   '•"",
Subscription Priee .... 1*2.(10 por year accorded the Herald during the
in I n    i Mules 12.60 |ier yenr
After supper the following progran
••as rendered: The Kangaroo Court -
^^^^^^^^^^^^itlex    Mimnir.   iurln.      ilmiloii   Wn nl
men, John it. I.ensk. police Solo um
■ evening of thla iveeli a Chorm: "0 Utile I'own nl Uetlile
siul   entei-tniuniont   wusihcni"   i-'-uu Davis ntnl other I' (i. I T
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V   A    Wlt-MAMS li     POTTER
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"With   •>   Ml*-.,.* tt   without   .   M.III."   beliel    lillll    llllsilH'Si
I'rtntrd   b/   t ulna   l.nbor
asl year, along with Un- firm in
^^^^^^^^^^^^       iditinns  I
in the Kast Kootenay are due '"
Connie BnsBel     Dialogue:  'Hn  '1'nm
n excellent iirogrnnime was given vs.   .Mrs.   O'Halfertj     Judge  Crust)
lie acliolora.   The Kangaroo Cbnrl   Ro; Brown; Lawyers ly. 11. lluj-n
Lho TuxIb boya proved particularly ea;   Lawyer llu-ty. Jaraet Johnston
n'esthuc as was ulso Un* dialogue Mr. Pinky. Willie Taylor; Tin Tunc
~«,.,...in„  tot.. o„ A»u»u.a for   a   fur r brightening up, T"'. ;"'"' ™ «"* °'?a"ert>\ K'"' ":"s,,"; ^ "'":,"'"'■,; ' °''"'",
ch.i.1.-.. tor iJ..niiinr must b. in .„._.., . _    I    *■*•' von lho C.P.It. ot late hasjWoodman.    Recitation,  Qrnliani  Pal
able to keep up to schodulo. I ton.   Recitation, Louise Bridges.   Re
Santa nrrlved on time, mak- citation, Reggie Woodman.   -\ Playlo
CltANBROOK   BRITISH COLUMBIA  Oil*,    may     everyone    receive Ing everybody Happy by the dlatrlbu-' by Mrs. Bridges'class of girls,
l9 .       sume direct and lasting benefit.
New year's
i the Audlto
thii ofQc* w^iinsfliiav noon ta» purr.nr c,-,*;,tinu an atmiisiihcre   of i_e-
W.rk.  Lu StCUr« all-iitltm. ' ***      I
____ iieral satisfaction.     And  from
. Coca! news,
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forgot lie* Kill.lira' Chrlslma
Saturday,  Docember 30th at
i the \ eterana* Hall     Ba su:
In,- tnuuul Oouernl Ilea
.u ,,1 iiiiiii'i's. umi smoke
kl mi Tuoaday, December
■miii'i's nre urged to be pr
On • .'ii. ,  goodwill towards men. It Is a long lime
since i he message of the heavenly heralds flrsl came lo the
lunni.i'    i" pherda In the fields,
ics ill the exalted and lowly, in the tropica
and lhe frozen barrens of the
north; on the five seas and the
backwoods cabin thai same
mesBage holds mankind in a
thraldom that la welcomed.
The spirit oi ( hristmas which
is nuv, enveloping the civilized
world ha: i ome to be known
as a lime when Ihe gentler emotions Bhall be given sway, and
the spirit nt' kindness be allow-
Cd   l0   ial-     "'""sputed   pusses-:    The Herullt lB8U(Kl a 8peclal chr(al.
a*01i  °'   !li'   human   heart, maa 0(iitton ot eight tmgoB.    Among
To tilirreiid.    * sell to the the contributors  to the paper, deal
warm effulgence of the Christ-J fa* with the progress of the district
ma' spirit Is to bet ome Impregnated with the spirit    of   the
[CHRISTMASdCIFTS
.M I*.
um
1 .Mi"   E. T   I'
•ontenelln, W
dirte,
Wl
ll ill   mi    I'-l'ill;
last.
Mr.
brook
Wi
In
Saturday.
', :;,",i c,:
we  wish orn
PATRONS   IMI   FRIENDS
V
Merry Christmas
nnd it
Prosperous
New Year
Cranbrook Meat Market
'.Norhury Avenue I'lioue  o Opposite City Hall
TWENTY
YEARS
AGO
Extracta tr
im tlm Cranbrook
Herald ut
this ilme,
1902.
al were Father Cocollo, .1. P.
"K. J. It. Wallace, A. W. Mc-
iln- Flrsl Christmas
villi,-, v n. Orace, J. A. Mm
, w.
llabo ui um rum vinioiBiwi - | QUrd. F. J. Smytho, B. Elweli. Ale.
whicli I- the way to gel tbe of the more prominent advertlBora ln
mosl oui of 'his season for our- thin Imuo were Boattlo-Noble, Ltd., «
selv
ont CHRISTMAS NUMHER
,11. Wilson. Fiot Steele Mercantile Ci
P. Hums .. Co., Beale, Hutchison
Blwell.
A. I. McDormol and A. t'. Bowness
Even in the soniewhal hectic ui partnership havo bought out tin-
annals Of EaBt Kootenay journ- Peltier wholesole liquor buolneaa, and
alisin, a ten page paper printedh"11 '""0•"', " "'unsoivea    Mr. Mc-
., . ,    lit'i'iuni ims been colii'itoi ut cusioms.
n two colors ls something uni-   ,..,
while Mr. Bowness is u comparatively
que.Thls issue of the Herald is „,,„. ,.„„„.,. lrl ,lu, at.„Mci
an entirely   home   production, _
plates for the color work being     Leaak a Sldler have sold then-saw*
cast  here, as well as    most of i"'"1 t0 A- -**■ W»tta, win, takes iiossM
the cuts used In the advertising, and tho Illustrations   and
features in the news columns.
To issue a paper of this size under ordinary conditions would
lie no Iinlil undertaking, but to
be able to do so when in the
threes  ut  an  unusual rush  ofjf
work in ni her departments naturally adds   to   the satisfaction thai is felt on the complet-
tion of the issue.     Practically',
nothing was dime on the paper I
lu a mechanical way, till Tues-1 >
day. owing !" the tact that uther work had in he cleared aw- "
ay. In this connection the Herald Is glad i" pay proper tri- T
i ■ the members of Its
Staff, Without whose loyalty and
co-operation the publication of
SUch   an   lg| ue     as     this   WOUldll
bave been oui of the question, t
Nlghl has been turned into day*
this week to keep the wheels
going   practically   twenty-four
hours a day.     Only this iinlir-
sion in tho spring.
New Clean Stock
OE
TOYS, GAMES,  DOLLS
Vi IIY BUY OLD STOCK when you can purchase New
Goods at Xew Prices?
All Toys, Gaines und Dolls havi
dropped to Pre-War Prices. Wt
pure
 "   "      '"l"'     ,,c   /-£,
rchased our Christmas 1922 Slock k   **•
at these Pre-War Prices. ft ' /^
For Example—A Doll. Game or Toy
(hal was purchased for* $2.no last
Christinas. 1921, may be had for
$l.(in  this  year.    Thai   is  to  say
Everything in lhe Toy. Game and Doll lines is
50 Per Cent. Off
except you receive New, Clean Stock, when purchased
• from
HASLAM, The Druggist
IVe Arc Prompt        1-IIOM.  Ill        IVe Ire Careful
Mr. and Mrs. Pi
\\ i
nl Mi-   K. M. Mu
.   lto i u.i.. ■ Jl-
I* UIU OF THANKS
Mi*. Jamea MacUoiinld nnd
rt i- h to convey  tlieir thanks l
floral tributes and other oxpn
ni sympathj  during: their  ro« c
reavement.
.', ttulel weddlUK look [ilai-'o on
Tiniis.iiiy afiernoon nt tho Methodist
■ i     ii' .-, when John Brothers Dlck-
sn id Mai)   Bldaliotll  Fislier, belli.
ol Kiiiitu'i ley, wero united in marriage.
Horace Staples was brtdedmatd.
whiii' the Rl-nom ".us supported by Mi*.
A. Kisln-r.
.m   *%w*mtmsems\fsmtl!l
loons from
On Hn- pin
slirulis.   The CH
their  efforts
rnnklns lhe
Mr. n   Wllso
■r. Vv, ,   ,:,
Having been approached by a number of
the diffcrenl orgauizatlons and friends in the
City of I'ranliiiHik to stand as a candidate for
the Mayoralty of the City of Cran'brook for the
ciiiiiiriK year. I have consented to allow my name
io .no before the electorate for this ollice.
1 have previously served two years as Alderman, and one year as Mayor of this City, and if
again elected I promise io do all in my power to
further the Interests of the City of Cranbrook.
tt.
Sincerely yours.
W. F. CAMERON.
'I
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■***♦■ t ♦ -♦—♦-♦-♦—♦-
Buy His Gift From A Man's Store
Slylish and  Exclusive New   Merchandise is  now  displayed  for your
Christmas Selections.   He will be more than pleased with a gift from
E.   A.   HILL
Announcement
Mil. 1. IV. WELCH
begs iii announce that he
has opened up a
Barber Shop
VAN IIU ii.m: STREET
(Oppoiito C.I'.R. Depot)
I IKS I   (|,ASS   Wllllk
SHART MUHPLEKS
Many Choices ln Silk Stripes
LOUNGING ROBES
NECKWEAR
«
Imported & Domestic Silks.
Satins and other Novelty
Weaves.
HANDKERCHIEFS
Plain and Initialled Iltlkfs.
WOOLEN VESTS
BEDROOM SLIPPERS
HOSE
silk Hose & Cashmere Hose
iu ii Variety of Shades
anil Colors.
We lmve everything, In tact, for the young mun, in SII.K SUSPENDERS,
ARM BANDS, GARTERS, 80tli CENTl'HV CI.OTIIlMi.
ronsYTii SHIRTS.
E. A. HILL,   Men's Furnisher   j
-■»-♦■-♦-■»—♦-♦■--
EAT,  IMtlNh  AND BE  MERRY
4. * «
Turkeys      Geese
Ducks     Shell Oysters
Chickens        Crabs.
Around the feslm- board oil Christmas Dny memories are moulded fur future years' reveries.
The lulled Calf graeed Ilie feast
eenturles ago, in n parable ire nil
kiinu. bul It nnstt'l nn original bleu.
Through all lime, man bus linllt
linililiiiiis ni'iiinil a tulile nf plenty.
Vour I'hi'isliiijis Uh,nor sbuiild he u
fensl uf good tilings—and must llll'
piirlnnt should he .lour ments.
Nations of lhe world encll linve
their own tempting morsels. All except America — our own melting pel,
where tastes nml customs Inlermlnglo
until selections Indittlc a Milled choice
iineqmilleil.
Maj be ii Inul—lurhe)—duck—goose
—chicken. Maybe n Duckling pig—initio Old Kngllsh fensl pi —"a boar's
heiiil."
We lin io made a special effort this
vein* to supply yon wilb choice nils ol'
meal—no mailer ivhnl yonr Inste mny
he.   And I be prices—nre reasonable.
WIS 11 IMI  VOL'  lilt: SEASON'S GREETINGS AMI ASSIItlMi VOI- OF KEEN
APPRECIATION   Ol    VOI'lt  GOOD   tVll.l, AND  PATRONAGE
R   BURNS,  Meat Market
& lridnv. rieeemlier ii, I9ii
Till   ORANBROOK   HEBALD
PAGE    FIVE
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Ull - II IMH i.\
What more appropriate reminder can > on choose than
some of the Latest Books we have for Christmas.
Nolglib
1-
.    Steud
PIPl
ill
Archill
iiii Msi-ulial
Tinili.'i
Peregi
< -tut il,*-.
Ill'S
Harold Tltlla
.1.-11 ,iy l-'iiriiol
.. Ethel M  Dell
1 _____
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Ovll
tton's
. ,   Ar
1      .i.i
mill Benin '
il.ll'll      |M'i   "1
'I'lie Ml
11 ill 1
io Twilight
lll.li'ni'll   I'lillnui
stall
nl Siiilnl
V.   H'.illliri
CllltlO i
1'  .III
■   .Anthony Pryile
The
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Well   i
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"IS.   II
Kin	
Margaret Dol	
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Worn
1} V,    n
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I In lit 1 tit
lull.
(         .lulu.  Mil. lum
W'lO'
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:   si   Borrli
Beattie - Noble, Ltd.
§1$
ft	
 j^ UNCLE JOHM 	
If I was a womin—*as sweet as a rose—attntctin' admirers
wherever she goes,—I'd exercise jedgmem and uever would
fret lo marry the fust man I thbught I could i'ft. .  .  . It's
powerful reslcy to nunr) -   .fast an'fetch up in heart-breaVin'
tatti    m
I ..iii    I'd si    -     object to
IF "■■ '-it     I'd
k-b.it, and throw it to hurl
1 .irmint   that   (-ailed   ine   a
"skirt," and I'd k:_ off'n the pen-erted swain, that
ked all polit--: er i "Jane,"
-- i wt i .     lined fer a mate, I wouldn't step
lideways to monk, it*-" mm ml would r.'t trust nothin'
Of Interest to Poultry Keepers j
i:,lii,'il l,j The Brown  Poultry Ilancli   Fori Steole. B.C
S( ir.(.thing New   ...
For Quinsy     CllUfiitma*
Ontario Man lolls About That
Sen   l aporlilng -jn I ve -
gifts'
To Our
Many Coal Customers f 1
Ide and nro   I-.
liiiml.    lii.-lh    111
iondiilB IO llu
will be *
HGOS i    Since mosl roods are purchased b
:    a   Kreneli  cbei   haa compared  lho lho pound, uie cost of eggs me,  b
'■"'''".liiie in eggs in cooking lo the us.-i'iil   eallmntcd on the sume basis.   The av
!   iil"iir.*s ul lie', an, nml n in I'llivcrsiilmii j el'ils-t'   lien's   egg    weighs   .ilinut    tw
ileiily Ii. ex-  |lrlllr „,,,,!,| ;„. iiiic-iiii u-lilioul ilicm    ounces.   Thus eight ('_.b» weigh abon
.visiles, umi      \,;j,|,.   rrom   ns  great   food   vulue, pn° IJound.   The foot required, the la
hiv welcome *h01.0 |S ,m egg oi n bird thai may n 'i |hour or preparation ami tho waste ar
ilie Bprlng.
On antl after DEOEMBEH lo we will be obliged
lo place our Coal Business on a
CASH BASIS
as we itiul ii absolutely Impossible to give lhe
public ihe service we would like and nicel uui
obligation to the coal companies wlthoul your
assistance.
Vours truly.
CITY  TRANSFER  I'll.
1L'-;| per \V. E   Word-ln
i JWI/" w Wl* ' »■ i^f' t*m*At*s. i M iW-" ■*i-vV*-'*<vV-r^*--^,*^--<i
Christmas jfloturrs
This Week we have a Large Assorlment
of
CUT FLOWERS also Pot Plants
be eaten    The
M-..V t'ltOW'S NEST C0A1,        Isoups mid joll
cojiiuxy m-Yiaomu   ;nl armrib* !i,i
PROPERTY   IN   PASS
Controlling targe coul properties
-sontli and eu8i of tin: i row's Nosi »tn-
tton. lit,. SiHikiim* und Alberta Coal
:niii Cake Company, an American i-on-i.
i» ;:i il..: jir.'rtem tlioe in development.
Tlie company  whlcb looks to Spokane u'r   '"'"'''
ii'iiiii' ,< coating
i' crumbs adhere to croquettes or
mii», ll puffa up .souffles, ii leavens a
lule group ot enkea, it gnrntHhoa
ihul mid ■ li■ ilI ■: .■ nil into u smooth
it sing for Di.-m, and combined with
Id bits of meat ur HhIi. It inakcB many
,\ ti:
wn
ftH  ntnl niliiii.il  inn lie
ch U'hh witlt eggs tiinn [or mos
co  they  arc   nm   more   expciifllvi
n Hi.' choicer outs nf moat.
An Inferior l-kk iiijiiren .ii; othoi
mtiterlalH with which ll in combined,
It in never economy to buy poor cav,*
i lin Uio children enjoy perfoel
health? Increase tin1 butter, egga and
milk in  tlieir diet,  mn!  watch tin-in
.grow!
!
: i,
-I.
minora will.
utood, utter
sill
tint recipe run Minni.Ks
emit
lil   I'll. ilili.'S ^^^^^^^^^^
ui'i mission 1ms been granted l)j the
'uriiliiin I'liiliir Itiiihvny Inr Hi   llnlt-
" L'row main  hi"
. ■ .       N. »t.     Tills   *:■":
: - Hon, tirnnt, Smltb, Mi
■ :.,,:i>   main eontrai :"i -
.,'.' Nortliorn Irrigation
■ . ...     , ■  i ontraci.    Thei
lill-l l.ll'll.lllsIS, with
,is general manage! ;
dolug some develop-;
is west .uui: Classified tu Make Selection
Easy
'   ..   , .    'ii VDKl ri nil FS
Him    II li'irhii'i,   iii   I.lil   Hex,
Spot i.il liilie- T.'.e nml {1.110
I till! S'  II IMIKI III llll I s
I So
I HII I'lll S'S II IMIKI Ki IIIEFS
   Mta
-   I villi.>' KOSI \  hollMi: SLU'PERS
sl.:.ii nml t2.tr,
| I S' KOSI \ KOBM I! M.H'I'tllS
$1-00
' I1U1S'    .\]l   HISS! s
KOSI i  KORM i: si IFPEfi*.
*i.i:,. *i.,-.ii. *i.rs
,us! i   SIIBVEH si IPPERS
(Oil 'IM
n*60 snd tUH
packs
fi.'Hi. AIM, ii.m
sll !
Montreal, P.Q. '       ■  r'-'!,y  W«M»m
iiii-r i: Miiiiiui Jin* i Md inul... 11.00,11JJ,$1*1
 S 'llVs s| SPKXDl lis
i    ;'
He, t.'ir. *i.i»
IBS uiMis t\u BARTERS
J... Il.'.c, IXlt*
|  .KM   I* IM)   IMi i.Ulll K SITS
lllll.   CONTRACT
SEALED   TENDERS    . "•■ -
ih.' Posunastei   Sen
s|*IMi| RS
Os s| s|.f Slims
,Jlf
pair..  .    tile
twelve r:,'...; ;-,.|  week on thi
Tine '.'■'' Is i-ookeil nl a much lower j   Take one i-kk Ior li person serv*
mnerature   than   linn   reimlred   tor od: best slightly; add a llttlo salt and
■ ci  foods.    !''i.r gi fl use always enough Hour to make ,i Btiff, smooth
ii.iii'i  thai i  temperatui-e ol   150 dough:   itnil into several iliin sheeu
degrees I   ample   eal dredge wltll liour. fold, nnd cul Into
 d moBtl      '  i:., lino strips.   Drop slowly Into boiling
id   milk     When  starch  is  used,  alchlcken broth, and cook live minutes.
i'h, i' temperature Is required.   This •   *   •   *
„.ii-: I.,- nbti .1 before comhlnntloo The  y<ninii   lady   who  washes  ihe
■ .   ...     Having learned 'in dishes  nnu   well   remember  tlmt  an
In    ,.    I successful-cooker. •■'..,. "''lis si n  low temperature    li
,m! Hie uiu'    _■,' iii"i:iiii ih.: dishes ore placed in a pan ui v.-ry
■ii   nal  ilf.1. or willed, nr s,.i hot water, Un- egg i.i once cooke fast
.; nil,., has .linhfil t.x* lmili   In Hlc platter, llml  It  Is .UltUnll  li) re-    I
'hi too hot nn oven    tit'cooking rice, .niovo,    If dishes nre placed in cool
iiti.r.i. , ■!' starch -.uui tl.*_- likf fook water nml washed promptly, the Bit
broughly in milk before tin- fgg is ver  win not. tarnish  nnd  liie egg is Post Office Inspector. I
lil,-,l easily removed. Dee, 15   1922 i ■'.
Charles Emslie
UlMsnuiM,   IV) M I
Cr.mbronk Collage Ho*pital
ontainlng  furtberl] ti.icensed by Prov. Gort-1
ondition? nf pi  -  j    V i-t-:::y aod General Nursing
be seen anil        -   ' Tern.* Hodortttf
>':.s   \   . RAWFOBD,  Batroo.
(iirden A.      e I : uu 'M
FPICE INSPECTORS Ul-Ti
i'AI.ti.tHV. AI.HMTA
I). A   BRCCE,
Beattie-Noble, Ltd.
(.- '-■■' 	
■.   . Fieadqi
-■ -;iiin>   ;ii'i> in  S|     .
(GAMK  UEGULATIONS
AMKNPED HV LATEB
(nti)i:i{-i>-(tn'N('if.
-♦—«—•—♦-♦-*»*«
.   .    . .:;, \..C.-.,.,.
il!
Tclepl f mi P.O. Boj iiu    jjl
CRAN8R00K CARTAGE & TRANSFER CO.
Toivrl.is a Ailiiins
AgontB Im- Hnrd it nd Soft Coal.   Distribution Care ■!
Specialty.    Excullenl  Warcliousing.
OPPOSITE C.I'.H. DEPOT CUAMIHOOK, B.C
JOHN 0ARD
PAINTER &
PAPERHANGHR
l-'ull   Line ui-  Wn 11  Pap.r
ln   Stuck.
Store, liniisou Avenue
Plione -u'!' ji .Ul linurs
1   1 llt.Mlltllllh      -     -     ■     11.11.
OUR WISH
Milk and Cream
di in: (i prom
Big Butte Dairy Farm
PHONE   10
fow i-.i provinceff.   They aro
.ii* ciita beaver $1, flhhur |1.50,
i*er un*! black rox 5f5. cit>w fox |1.6«,
ii-i! [os "(. 'flits, lynx TT. cents, mar-
h-ii $!, mini. '-'-> cents, nuiHk rat 5 ccnta
otter il. raccoon 10 centa, bkunk nt
cents, wolverine B0 cents ami weasel!
one Hoard ntrin;,!:* poini oni that t     <i*0 our many patrons and friends Is—That vou may     ill
ortloi In-councll, cfTecttvfi Decern- + I"
U, removes the bounty innoxious ♦ have fl Christmas that will linger long in iho
s. ami ai fei bh Vancouyet* u con- ♦ tr'eaeure chest of vour memory, and ;
ied II  will mean there-Will be no ♦
e 2rt cent bounties paid for crows.   ,, that  the same  cordial   rela- f
have, however, been enact-1,,      .. . ,.       , ...        _. *      , ♦ \V
-*T      tions existing between ns wi    rnnimut' in the future,     i   i
tei   wolves, and cougar of ° t jji
■ | |40 respectively, and ltl,,
ti ii   e necessary to surrender thai
provided II Ib producod for id en-!
I"
atton. The royaltien on ihese skins
i been abolished.
Beale & Elweli
„r'•::;;::':,;:;;::zzzilSt m*™* .nSvrax<*kop every description
.*-. to mak<   uniform Hie roraltles nf
«     •     t     4 »—»_♦■-♦-..♦-  »■»■»■»     ♦*
-♦—♦—»' -4 -
knilil.itI,l.Y    HINSTItKLH
AI'l-KAK IN SHOW HEBE
FRIDAY EVENING LAST
Announcement
The Dining Room of
Tlu* Venezia Hotel is
SUM   OPENED
Regular Mealfl will be served, or Short Ordera at any
hour.
Friday evening last a very credit-
able performance woa siaseri at the
Auditorium bj the Klmberley hockey
teams    II  was certainly very untor-
Itunate thai the attendance wus not
larger, ns those who were nol there
i missed b good evening's entertaln-
int-iii. umi the cause for whicli tht*»e
Klmberley boys were performing mif-
j fered in consequence.
Apparently   the   nu ruction   of   an
|amateur minstrel troupe was not nut-'.
ik-ient to entice a lot ot people away
frnm their worm (IreBldes. Those who
braved tbe cold were more than repaid.
Space will not permit our going
Into  detallB.    The usual  _oke.a wero
i Kot off at the expense of some of tho
popular  local people, the singing of
the quartette was very acceptable, as\
well us the floloe,
The rendering of several solos by _
I members of the troupe, particularly I %
I-Pullman  Porter, called for loud ni>-j#
[plauae. The Swede Election Oration j
was well given und was very amusing, |
.Tin- Klmberley visitors performing
mr   accompanying   the  artlrtts   were
j Nfessrs* Oldenjack, Dixon, Horman,
Martin, jh-riz, James, Orey, McOowanj
Creor, K. 8. Shannon, o   ii   Mother-]
In ash
li   ■_ s*
S ^'' -•*-'■■'
Tho Sf-aaon promptu us to express to you our appreciation of that Intangible and invaluable asset
—GOODWILL — that you have so kindly bestowed on ns during the pasi
year,   and   which we fully
reciprocate.
WH BXTEND  TO  VOI' Al.l, THE COMPLIMENTS  OP TIIK
.-.BASON, WISHING YOP
A      M E It II V     (' II II 1 S T Jl A S
ANU A
P II II S P K 1! o i; S    \ E IV    v i: t It
RATCLIPFE & STEWART GARAGE
Maker St. Cranbrook, B.C;
Jj)  Hoard II) The .Month
Can  Be Arranged
MONUMENTS
I'AMl'BtXI.    i    BITtlllt
KOHUXEBTAI   CO.
yelmts
•-V
r
A MILLION
DOLLAR BABY
.... head*
ti "baby
... :r" of an Amt rlcan mul       lib lalre,
antl they will be bui ;    wl to l< am that
Ion applies to u m   11 .:■■
■:.'..:
loubtlnu
ieti   it come
m di Uai
: tory must I"- toJd.
,:■ t,:   ,,
I apartment of the Re . mj.
■   n consultation with chemi alspi dalists-
)
well. 11   Drew. ^M	
Should  Boh Greer ever brine lliH|f
kuiik uK'iiu itt Cranbrooki ho win he 1
ii:.-,.irti ut a um-* patronai*. '^^-^f^-^r^^
Tn Wish You the Old, Old Wish
A MERRY  CHRISTMAS
AN'l)
A  HAPPY  NEW  YEAR
*"*..-^^ n exhaustive, investigation Into
J the           ■-             *                 - Iirop«-r
I- treatment, ant) '.:-. !(.-:r characteriBti-
J -   thorough way spent over two
) THE CRANBROOK FOUNDRY AND
MACHINE SHOPS
.1. A, HfieKTNNON, I'lioritiKTOit
3 ears before they perfect) d a compound
which answered everj test, according
Such a rr-mark-
li marid has been created thai thoy
have :•  "the  Million   Dollar
Baby "   Probably no preparation that
orn batter
in preventing
diseases thai enter the
■•' the mouth and nose as
K li -p.-.. Liqii I  Vnti optic,   Especially
i'.'.-.| thai usen ot U completely
■ - cafted all attacks of the flu when na
prevalenl lasl year   Thla Rexall prod-
. i>.- purchased In 35c, nnd bOoi
I    ipucial toilet buitl^ al
JUMAT'l'lK-NOBLM  DKUO   OO.
— Tbe Rexall store —
citANitiuKJK    -    - ao.
Where 11  |.i;* to 4m1 PAflE    SIX
THK   CIIAMIROOK   lll-'IMLII
Friday, December 38, 11I22
S -WWJtK-J-IW-ukaj&ji -tUC (wi SB"-1
metbodist eiwrclv
HEV. II. C. FREEMAN, Paster
WB   WISH   ypc   ALL
n truly fiappy gbrtstmas
8PXDAY, DECEMBER S_tli
SPECIAL CHRISTMAS SEHVII ES
11 oui iiii: CHRISTMAS SPIRIT '      Special   '■ i I
eiiL.ii'      'Ring. Bells, Ring!1     "( In-lsUna   i to]
12 Ifi.      Sunday £ hool, ami 1 lull Bli li -        li I Ul Pn it.
...n is in        "QETTINa RID IR1 IRS        Spei It
iinpriot Ctitirri)
PASTOR  W.  T.   T.U'Sl'OTT
tbe Cranbrook $a$b $ Door
Company
WISHES .11,1, PATRONS I VKI1V UERRY
CHRISTMAS
We appreciate the Patronage Extended to its During
till-  Yi'Hl- just  Fust.
ii. a. McKowan    - J- '-*-■ spence
.IOS. WOODMAN W. I--. ATTRIDGE
SUNDAY   NEXT
n .- r_ ■- Morning 8ent.ee
THB DU'IWE   .
-IHMSTIIAS   QIFT."
l- noon   auiidti.  S.iliuol.
* >'' ['in  -Evening -lorvlce,
"THE   FORQIVINO   FATHER.'
Tliurailay, S .,iu—Prayer meet-
liiK umi 11. V. P. (I.
YOU ARE  WELCOME
WYCMFFK  NOTES
KRIiKIBB inn KKl  U.Aon:
SCHEDULE
Use.. i-i — Wj»*.US__nl .T'JMiel,
■ IHv-.-si.-r-Gat-Wtatar w t'rwtom*
1 DeB   ■ J.v*T-_l__«l. k CcU'.'ftlUlntr
Jan I.—YVycUtte ui '.i-utirooit .
],lan. " —Criiibroot ar Tunnel. -
..Ian. T.-—Concenirator ht Wycliffe
Jan. H.—Tunnel at WjrcllBc ■
..inn. 14.—Umnbrook nc Concentrator
.Ion. 31,—Tuuuel ni Craubrook.
I.Tun. "I.—Wycllffe ut Coucenirator.
j Jan, '-'.I.—Cranbrook at Wycllffe.
Jan. 28,—Coacei.trato. at Tunnel.
'Fell.   I.—Concentrator at Cranbrook.
IPeb,  I, - -Wycllffe. ul Tunnel.
'Feb  ll.—Wycllffe m Cranbrook.
Feb. 11-.—Tunnel at Concentrator
■Feb.  l8.—Oorioenlrator ut  Wycllffe
Feb.  18.*— Crriiibiv.lv ul Tunnel.
Feb. :!-. -—Cranbrook at Concentrator
I i-Vb. 25.—Tunnel .it Wycllffe.
•J Mur   t -Tunnel ai Cranbrook
, local J^ftus,
:*|it
ok
 Mar  4.—Wycliffe ni Concentrator.
i,t Crnnbrook, CP.R, Mar. 11.—Cranbrouk ai Wye li lto,
is :i httBliiess visitor  Mar. ll    Concentrator ai Tunnel.
here the latter pari ot tbe week, and --
awarded a number or tie contracts t" The Sunday Bchool Christinas T
be iilii'il during tli-- -winter.—CreatonJ which was held in Christ Church
litvif.v Friday evening tust was much enjoy-
— [ed by both the chlldreu nn<t their par-
\ H. deWolf and A. M. Ham or ents. A short programme of songs
* ranb ■ ■ tava been in the city anil recitations waa given by thc
.<>:■ the past couple ot weeks, left on children first, and then Santa Claus,
Sunday morning on the Crow bo-st for ;is llvelj nml jolly ■•- ever, made his
their homo city. Mr. deWoll wns ae- appearance, mid distributed lhe gifts
companied by his wife, who arrived in from Uie beautifully decorated tree, in
the liiy Frldu,. evening; -N'olson which lit- wae aseistcd by Mrs. Chas
Mewtj. Johnson,   .Mr. H. S.  Young mado u
    ui pa ble chairman.   Coffee and cookies
vera served to the grown tips and thc
venlng was voted ;t |mge Bitccess.
WANT ADS.
rst-- MacDonald
Leask
Mr. Abe Xiihluiiil. 11 [oriuer resident
ol Wyi-im'e, was In tlie village on Monday renewing oltl at-iiunlntancae.
for vot'ii christian i un,t: wi: iiavk
Chi'lstmaB Holly T.'ic lh
liulliiii t licsliiiilR per |i<.
Ileil Ml.I'll \lit-. *_..',tl |ii'l   III II.*.. er ,,. I  II,.
Iiiiiiii.iiiil Wuliiiits, |mi lit.
line,ml* j,.-i   111.
!    Brazils, iht Hi.
I.'ii'
1.1c
ISc
Jll.l ll lie lni\.* tu' Jill' Ill-nil,!
s lei't nt
. *l._.'i
Nlllt'l lliimu'i*
Mr, Ollc, nml "if
Emperor Grapes, iter lb.
.... ii.-.e
Iii'.ll  Ciiulllliinei,  lli'itil
l.rllii,i
nml   I ell'i't
in Boxen .Ho. 1 .liniiiiliiiii  v 111.1.
*. 200-s,
sack...        i-i.I--
iTliese me Noi 1 nrnppotl ■
nek	
V un Hie slllllll
aide <i« tu sUo.   I'omi* mnl
lum  ti
mil, nl tliese.)
1 iiniberrli".. jier Hi.
8TAB  KKCO.Nll   HAND  STORE
I'hone 9.
Ws pay the best yrtcss going fur all, K- i* Staples mfRla h hurried bust-
kinds of furniture. Wa bay any- ness U'lp to liie Vauxhall Kami this
thins from a. mouse trap to an auto- weok, arriving back Tuesday,
mobile. —
W. W. Kilby, Auctioneer und Valuer     After a lour days' elm I down on ac
, , _'[count «f the extreme cold  weather,
STRAY  11 ORS 13-  Picked up by Raul ,]u' Planing mill resumed operations
I'-ny Kiugsgate, B.C., Decembci 14, again .on JVIonday.
LOU !    i rlptii n q    Inflows   draft
. ,   i 7 ,    ,., hite hind soL'ks,!    llu' *W enthusiasts of Wycliffe hav<
reiioch  [1 i   tvhlte, also while be-011 trying their lu. k this past week.
streak mi nice.   Branded ,\ Inside .i '*" Saturday Elmore und Chester Stu-
ilinm  nuni   hip (hind quarters).  I*1-9-9   ;l1"1   Dob  Trew   took   the   mid
I2tj  Jauul   n|> lo the Jump and   returned
111 Intact, nnd on the same day Tuffy
The plant will be i loaed down all
iiay Christmas, and several of tbe natives are planning un holidays to other
points. Harry Albtfrtsbh and Wm. Mc*
Oinnin are leaving Saturday tot Coeur
d'Alene, Idaho, to spend Christmas
with tlieir families, ll, il. Footer will
leave Thursday for Bellingbnm to
spend a woek or bo, (P.s.—She is his
cousin), ami Harney Kicinan. in looking forward to a couple of weeks boll-
days In Calgary.
Miss Elfnor-Curley is leaving Friday
to spend  Christinas  with  friends In
w.
SiTHU
iiii (or
dining room
ex-
1
. ni'iii'i'il
Mrs.
Ueorge Hun
i ri li.
1
rnnbrool
Hotel.
■i.'ii
I'll
; HK.N'I'
Throe
roomed lum
■lied
miae. eel
ti-nlly li
cateil.   Teleii
lone
Box '
. Herald
■i_ir
very luwn fn
Christmas StockingB
Clu'istitias Crackers ...
Christmas Candles ...
Christmas Mixed Candy
Fancy Hnxua 	
. .   llle. _.'n' nml ,-»lli-
    llll- niiil 7.">r
   115c per lm\
2,'x- III,, 111 His 182.00
 lin.-
McCormick's Christmas Package Biscuits,
assorted kinds 110c
QUAKER BREAD and CAKES
SHELLY'S PLUM PUDDINGS and XMAS CAKES.
Hit wiih all our Trlends and Customers
fl Uerv tinppv Xmas
WANTED A um
Canada to take the exclusive agency
.uui sell in iiiuiies u newly Invented
lisi selling household article ot
merit. Hustlers can make good
wages, small amount ol monoy required us depoBit. Write tor descriptive lltornttire and full nnrticu-
iura tVesteru Mnnutacturers, i,?,:',
I'l-iui.'i street West, Vancouver,
B.C 12-48
' HAY POR BALE 500 tuns tlrst class
Irrigated moadow liny. <iu old bottom, all good teed Price J17.60,
fn b. .Maple Creek, Susk. Apply P.
v.'. Peacock, Mnple Creek, Sask, 12*11
WANTED TO BUY  -We'li'uy I'urs.   II.
Kiss Agiips  Reekie is leaving tor
Vancouver to spead tlie Christmas hol-
Weslon, Baker street.
-IJ 11
.\rier experiencing some ol tliu eolit-
e*n vveiillier even the old timem recall
ever   knowing  In   this   district,   the
thermometer took a welcome rise at
' i Hie beginning of the week.   In   nice
*■_*--•-*--•--.
POR SALE Bronze Mammoth Tur- "'"" '" facllltal0 lllt* Ohrlstmas shop-
keys fnr breeding purposes, one Tina """- """ "'" "rorU a,Hl "lfl "'"" llnVe
and two hens come iron, Bood stock "' '"' "' ",is timc' '0lllcl"' ra',"',ls
vuniv  .Mrs ls'")-w """ "le lempwatures   of   laat
Price  for  throe $15.
A. II   Penwlck, Bull River. B.C. 42tf
JOHN MANNING
SPECIAL IN CAMIV. _",(■ lh. or 6 lbs for $1.00
Wagstaff'a Plum Puddings tit    .;.',
hoi,l.v  .11 si   IN
Head and Leaf Lettuce, Cranberries and Celery
Curling Brooms, I'm-li  -.   l._o
Jonathan Apples, per Imx     1,75
Mixed Nuts, per lh Iiii
These are all fresli Btock und lhe kind Ihal glvo
satisfaction,
Molr'e Chocolates In all sizes m boxes,
Marachlno Cherries, per bottle  11,1
Plenty of Christmas Stockings and Crackers to choose
i'riiin.   Wt- have a few dozen Christmas Stockings
at, wliile they last, each 05
Evaporated Loganberries, per pkge, 10c, or - I'or ?.",
in it (iiocui'ifv  i>i:i'.Mi'nii:vr
s ill contains :i woll assorted stock, and If yon are al a loss
to know jusi how to please your friends, drop in,
and see whal we have to nfler.
Til  lllll   AIANY   FRIENDS  AMI PATRONS   WE   i:.\*
TEND OIK EARNEST WISHES FOII A
VERV MERRY CHRISTMAS
WANTED ■ (
by Jopnne«o
Craiibrool..
week were the lowest in ten years.
A wag remarks tlmt the government at
-roTwork with cook'Vlr,t""'" m"sl ""ve •-"--•»••''«• •"*•■•"'■*
eiiin.        Boi    200     le ,vl'atl"'r '" tlie rloalng liours    of
39tl; t,le *u-'HHiun ,llHl week, and there wus
I nothing else for it to do but to let up.
CHRISTMAS   -    1922
Life in very much what we make It.
0«r Season's wish for you and yours iu that each
Day of the coming year you may make 11
More Happy ami Prosperous than the dny before.
LITTLE & ATCHISON
THU GROCERS
linker Street Criinbrnnk, B.C.
Wishing   Vou
Season's Greetings
and assuring you of keen appreciation
ol your kiioiI will and patronage:
Cranbrook Trading Co.
(runbrook, B.C.
Vain} unit stiipU' Groceries, FdoA, Poultry Supplies, Etc
Pre-War I'licea ou China ttini Cul ■
Gla*a      .H_A.Si-.VM TIIE DKVCHMST.
7
-Uiii i. >i Fltfury.'oi ta» iOMi. ft'SW
teaching -sun la l-_*.i.ia* ou. jFriday tu ■
•4ijeud the Cbrtstloai. vacatlito^.t her:|
home in Nelsoo
A CUrtBtxoaa Dance will ha held Ju
K.P. Hull on Monday, December :n>ih.
.Music by Rookie 4. The hockey boya
will have charge of the Boor su a
good time ia assured.
Tho best in Stationer] Pre-War
Prices    HA6LAN Tin: DBUOOIST
"Siuilir Through/1 teaturlng Noi -
nu- Tulmadge ut the Sair Theatre lie
nm Talmadge at the stur tbnightt Truly tin- gcreento mo»t beautiful picture,
a picture you'll never forget 43
Jim   Cameron
icro for n couple
lli.IO.il,
hi?, father, -\- i.
jiV.M   >f\f*m   i^mM^w,)^,^!! ii*^>i»«^m  i<!^
TO ALL OUR PATRONS
We lixtend the Season'. Compliments
and :hqpe that Everyone may
Enjoy A
©rrp ittrrri) Chrtatiun-a
I//
is*'-
ft
..*»« -*i  v
^
m\
tk
llllieroil,  will,*,. Ik:. It li sill) ,i,Mli
.1 iLiii.'i' is t„ be given liniloi the
auspices ot the Oddfellows' lodgo ol
tlie Auditorium, on Uie evening ol Prldny, .iiiuiiiuy 111. Keep tlm diite Itt
mind, Further particulars .viu be
given out inter.
"A Question of Honor" at the Star
on Konduy and Tuesday, December 2C
and 25, witli Aiiiin Stewart in the ntei-
lar role, is an exceptional western
story inul ivnii a Mack Sennett comedy otters ii real Xmas treat. i'l
Of every lour dollurs paid l.v a iiur-
clinser for IIquoi- hi n gevdrnnjent
Btore. Jl.25 stays in the province, -!
sops io Scotland, while J1.G7 goes to
thf federal governnient.    This ivas nu
OSlil
Un'
J_5 iw^t
mtmr*    .       ■   ■"     -
ta_-        *   -     .*•
o—  ** *a
McCREERY   Bros.
Cranbrmik'.t Dry Goods ami Clothing
Stores
in
Cimilllitli'i     1L1     Viitiil'i;
Archie Johnson, lienti
I'liniiiil hoard fur Hi.
Friends nt  Fred   Delangi
leased lo hear that he Inu mnde u ,
ess,    which    Included   u   iimihIi- of j
lonthe    in    the Cranhrook hospital,
ml  moved  back  to  Lumberton this j
•eek, when ho is sniilB back to hush i
. ri, again    L'reston  llovlcw
-
Doi] Carriages,   al    tc^s Uian Imir
rite.      HASLAM  THB DRUGGIST   j
Qlo
In
to hotter advantage thuu in il.i* "C
(led Gage." at tht-stur, Wednesday a
Thursday, December ^7 and ^ \
suggestion, why not a Theatre Party?
■i:
Coming next Priday und Saturday
December 29 and 30, the blggesl sen
stUion Mim* the "Pour Horsemen of
tin- Apocalypse!" entitled, "Blood and
Situd," featuring Rudolph Valentlnoi i
Don'l mi«i ii. it's wonderful, *3
J
Mr. Samuel Bydoks, a rancher whn
resides at Kootenaj Orchards, wus!
found dead in his hed on Sunduy lasUi
The deceased was last seen on Dec.
2nd. The coroner, Dr. MacKinnon,
wus unable to determine the cause of
death. Mr. Brooks resided lust year
with Iiis sisler In Crnnbrook. The
funeral took place Tuesday, the Rev
P. V. Harrison officiating, ,
F ,\, I'urker, of Ferule, accountant
with the Western Canadu Wliolfianlo
Co., died this week while in the eaut, I
on his way from a Montreal hospital
to his former home in Nova Scotia.
He was aboul forty-five years of age, |
und ior the last three months luut
been taking treatment in an endeavor
to arrest tlie inroads ot cancer. His
wife end family of two had accompanied him to the east.
5(i'i drop over hiMt year's prices,
Buy your now Toy*, Dolls and Games
at ~     HASI,AM THF, DRUGGIST'S.
ss
=? y-
l%
i:n.kiv vm ii i iihistaias di.ni.kii nun rs AU
THE CLUB CAFE
Sl-KCIM,  11- li Iv l-.V DliNNUK
Oystor  Dresalng, Celery. Cranberry Sauce,  I'luni
Pudding and Brandy Saui e.
Why trouble cooking Uliinor ul lltinie, when yiin enn
lum* Iliis SI'l'CI.M. DIsN'EIt for
SJ.OO
PROMPT SI.KVU'K.
Wishing Our Mnny Friends A Joyous Christmas nnd
A Glad New year.
The Club Cafe
m
Greenwood plans to disnuitinui- its
high school after eomplctlon of the
preseni term and it is figured that
91.000 will he saved the city thereby.
There are four studonts from Green-
Wood city and three from outside
points attending, and the cost has
run *'Afn) per pupil per year. The
public Behool will he created a superior school and the firm two years nt
high School work will be taught hy
the public hlIukjI principal.
CRAXBROOK   AM)
K!MUi:iM_i;V   CLASH   IN
HOCKEY MATCH MONBAY
Hockey will bo ushered in Cliriet-
mas Day when Cranbrook and Kim-
berley meet In the afternoon. The
hoys have heen practicing faithfully,
and are reported in good shape, and u
battle tor first game honors Ih expected. Manager "Doc" Huffman stales
"I'm not predicting anything, us I am
entirely unaware of the class of hot/key played In this league. The hoys
have shown good form In practice,
ain) I fully believo Craubrook will
this year have a team that shall waT
rant the suppori ot the fans.
Tho line- up is as follows: Goal-
Tom Hogarth. Defense-— Batchelor;
Blumenauer, Kay. Forwards—Brldg-
es, liiunieiuiuer, Bamford, Huffman,
and Huffman.
■~,ttii,^T«T,<fi'
jfor Cljnstmas-
TRUNKS
Suit Cases and Hand
Hags of all descriptions
just arrived. Prices
ure right. 'Also for the
holidays the latest style
ot Card Table. Call
and see IIipsa goods
"   ai   tho  ItUi  22
ARMSTRONG .WKXi'K
FURNITURE
Small places nf furniture timi ga in make up
a more comfortable or
artistic home, are liltm!
fnr Kills.
They are n lust inn reminder of llu- donor and
will always be appreciated.
Why nut  gel Bomo for
your own  home nl the
BIG 22
* . . . ♦--♦-•
The Big 22
.ISHES  ITS  PATRONS   AN'l)   FRIENDS  A   VERY
MIOItllV   CHRISTMAS I'riilii.. 1>.
THK   CRANUROOk    ULH.lL.l
PAG1  SEVEN
*$W&WWW$ '*. \ O *^iV?frWWW -3
GOOD      NEWS '
0-
ALL TOYS, DOLLS, MECHANICAL GOODS AND GAMES,
are now being sold at
HALF PRICE
4
Also FIVH OOOD ACCORDIONS, Prices From $15 to $32,51). Those Prices Are For Cash      $
ONLY    TWO   MORE   DAYS   FOR   CHRISTMAS   SHOPPING ^
Beattie=Noble, Ltd.
Cranbrook, B.C.
^
4
4
6&A&£&VM-ytjy.to ,&&&&•*-£!/ <>6^&^&^fe^^^^^^^fe^^^-fe^l/ -Q&-&&&I? <Z&<?,&■$t? 4
 I'ASTOII ASKS I'lU'l IM\ I
1(1 KMIIIX   IN  COI'ltSI,
PROFESSIONAL CARDS 0>' ft*-*--*-***'-' SERMON **■'
Cntlci-l-inir  Principles of  I.it'i* piinsiti i" iiu im,
nl' riirislimi Delineated Iii
Rev. 11. ('. Freeman
  | 11 li VT is
At Hi, frunbrook Hfetl ■
l-liiiuc l!lil
B. A.
A.M !
I'ltdv,
imi. ii. i mill t\
MOORHOUSE
IMi -1 HVI UU!
I iiuilir
lok
•     B.C.   |
nn t'.iTiiK.niiooii in liiin
IMI TIIK  IIHIITIIKH-
llllllll III   II l\
i. feel >'xi iinit'ii from   mean, lirst- nf all. LOVE    Wl
iiml's i liililivn   wiui boars nn .ulterior  live rii -■ I
, .In iln' »ill nf llml   i-vi'i' fair ii maj n ;■ ■  ■
Ighl llmi i* Iii-  *i. in Hi.' ultimate I
art] nf Hii' Kingdom ui iiii.i
sKuviri:   Thui ;■ Hi.- von .hi.
i ruin-ini\ i nt-iii n:
ilcntli ur J""i" t'hrlst.
In
iU'RIKICE,   i I.i
xpllell.    Km llu
lips  bul h lays uu*
brotherhood which
i.i n„.
riirl.'l. mn  nlli'
C  HR.ff.A. F !. I.tlll.   ,
/ IHSKTIST
1   Campbell-Manning Block
f        i'h.nu- :*..     lliiiiy ftonrsl
) t iii u, i I...". p.m. Suis. a to l.
\_*--s-»-«»
Christian trinity ut grui c wl
be equal lu brain -»* j fOTt, u,c spirit of Chrlsl In i
leelunl, or in aplrllual, „,..,„„ ,„ UlB churoh. wlilcli
ilovelopnient;  bul nil tho kingdoms of the world
  Kingdom ol ..in' God, .,
la ..ur fellowship helo«
I' Willi llii. T.i ;.. ! ,'i.
■• thoy nri- i'.ii able ut res-
the quickening Influence if
i Announce-
ment
! si Mill, iiki . Jl
THK
i
| Moore's Cafe
i   \\i\l open  tur buslnesa ii.
!   ■' .■ ae-* stai I ■ .. Baker SI
!    nn  mn service
hi
in
iliiwn  i,nr   11 >
Dm.
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t* i
jslclan, I.- . in ji'.iii-
Ors,,.
„■         It    -     Trinitrons   |
Kernel
Aflern
Kvenlt
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I    II ItMMH.I III.1.11.
111!. I'. II. MIIIS
niM'isi'
■ in llu. stand
loiliiy than
i.'iil*   Mi*   i ll
Miss   Alma   Hani*     wns    nxperted
''"' irui  "i in.'ir eights to i.iTiTi. Hii* wi.i,   from Columbian
... tho needy ninl the Collage, New  Westminster, in spend
oi - ..i' uiu  nsclous ,it ih,. chrlstmus holldnj at h	
■ ■    the adoption nf     Harold Haslam haa retprnod tu tlle
' thi   S      .I'.- in iln- rii, from Vancouvei lo spend the hol*
No political or social Idays at I bore     He Is oi f the
'rder   .i   securi   h  aparl   [rom  the coulliigeiil holding   un   tho nun f
Si'irii ol .1, -....-.    \\v have th.- example nranbrook ut tin' university
tli .:. is communism In  [tuasln, —
ilcli   humanity- lias  suffered     Notwithstanding .in increased s.i.r:
.''•   mur.'  than   under   the Un; Herald litis found II Impossible to
'  Xleholaa    The prln, keep pace,with the volume of but
■ ever-* one on his own, entrusted to this ofllce ol latt
but each   ii his brother's welfare," can now with the Christmas rush almost
be ."..ilili hod only where Jesus rules over, it will lie possililt nt wade in ntnl
the hearts and Wlons of men. [clean uii nrreara In tin- Job deparl-
T.'i' adoption uf iliis principle will menl that have been accumulating,   li
With grateful appreciation of all the favors
received by us trom you, ami for that priceless
though intangible asset, ymir Good Will.
which we prize beyond measure, we seek to
merit ymir continued confidence and aim to
serve you faithfully in 'he future
Sincerely.
Parker & McGee
F. II. M \ (  1' 11 I' RSOS
Undertaker
I'hi'iu' ::."!
\,ii-iiiin   lu' [I l*. I i"  li.iii
..in i.'.nr
I'rloe |i.
I OIK. IS .VM» SilCll'TH.H
MISON BUSINESS COLLEGE
I.I.AKN   Id l'.\UN
rriu'iit'ui Commercial Course in
Sliniliiiiiiil. Tjiienrltlng
IttiiiVkeeiilUg,   Comiuerrlai   Law
l'enmiinsiilj.
t'oniarrrtnl  English and
gpelUsg
I   DAI     Ulfi   NIGHT   CLAS8BS
I"  i'.l.ll-lll.ll- ,l.l.l) I.I
('. ll. TTLKB, Princ_.ll
r. tl. Box, ll. Kelson, B.G
Invites you Iti examine their t'hinu, Toys, Novelties
Rlc, before deciding on your Christmas Ciifis.
We have the Plhest Selection of
CHINA  TEA SKTS, JAPANESE WORK BASKETS,
AND THE BEST ASSORTMENT OF TOYS
IN THE CITY
• See our Lamp Shades, Dollies. Hdkfs., Silks.
• ■      Aprons, Wool, Fancy Work, Combs, Etc
Nol because II is an honored custom, but because of ihe sincerity of our appreciation, we
lake this opportunity to thank you for the part
you bave played in our business prosperity
during the (i.ist twelve months, and we wish
you a good old Merry Christmas antl a
Happy New Year.
F.  PARKS  & Co.
Hardware
1'H.VMIHOOh
M11MIHS*   INSIITUTK
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1 I IIKISTIIV.'
KNIRHTS nt' PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, it.t'.
Meets every Tuesday nl s ii.m.
In tlie l'-ir.lentity llnll
K. A.  Hill, 6.C.
H. I,. Harrison. K.U. & S.
it. C. Carr, M.F.
risltlni brethren cordlnllj lu.
illed tn iillnnd
1 ttie     I
N    I
eWedf   Or wns
orved.       i
il.   In spite
statement uud luutle-1   '
till brings to us
litlini
relaUonshlp io
eoneeiu
tallized  form the condensed)
expression of th
age of mm
I. 0. 0. V.
KKYCITY LODGE, No. ^8
Moots every
.Monday night at
h'he Auditorium
Sojourning OilOlollowa eordlally
Invited.
It. 1'. Moffatt    -    Noble tlrand
W. 0. Adlard, I'll.   -   Hoc. Bee.
of'n pn
llml.    II serve,., us 11 lil I'tiillll,  ll.c
ory of rlieniisjry served, ns tlle stepping stone to a wilier world. Hut
none would dare in suy that any creed
contains tlie sum of nil truth, much
loss Uie life of llml ill tlle soul of I.l'.n
Ihul  Ji'iies Iho boundaries nl deflni-
Kong nml tho limitations of a past o_
peflenco, us doos life liseir.
who riiiiitniiii ihe Eternal thought.
wiui talks of soholbe and plan?
Tlie Lunl is llml     Ho nei'ili'tli mil
, The feeble belli of mnn
I i-.ii 11, with Hate, hushed fuel, the path
i   Vou tread with boldness shod:
!l (lure nol set wil Ji- mete mnl bound
Tin love ami power of Unit.
I   The Master's  picture of the  lasl
,   Iju-lcuieul   and   Iht   surprise   whkb'   .L--
^^•^"S
With full appreciation of the many
courtesies shown during the past year
We extend our best wishes for a
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year
VV. D. HILL
THE LADIES, MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S STORE EXCLUSIVELY. PACK  l'.lUHT
THE  CHANHROOK   III.HAI.D
Friday, December ii!. 10*22
These Finaticial Institutions
nf I'mntirwilt ami Dlslrlt-t
l.N .UTHLt'IATIO-N OF THEIB BUSINESS KtLATIO.N1
VYITH PATBOXS DCBLXt! THI YEAR 1821
- EXTEND -
%\n Reason's Compliments
[BHITISU   LEADERS'
CHRI8TMA8   MESSAGES'
orators-.   Thou wo vr.naa to nou-
traHzp pnch other."
A. rnN'AN DOYLE
Great International or Llfo Ever- ■
lapiliiR horo ami hcrouCtor through
Htm who in tho Prince ot penc»,
Un- Wonderful, tho Counsellor, the
Ureal mul Mighty Um,
BDWIN SCRYMOBOUR.
(Continued trom Vame I) I AM1.N  ff. ('. E. XEffBO.LT ,>t hi
nlll   uphold  peace between  race  Pout's Cathedral ia one ol the Church
ami race, uutloa t\m\ umiun, an o i uI l-nyluuU'-j K'utliiit preaclierj and
. primary obligation placed upon im . writer*. His aermvae duriog tht Wer, -SIB WILiL-Ul K0B£RTS0>" $l*\
toy our womiuon aujj_____j_,^liy. our vte&i&i 6 prorcunci impre-seilcQ iu rtxe CtttM- is renowned throughout ;t*£a-
commerifljRl and jwjuatriul..inter-[.cowrtry. gllsh npeukiug peoples an ihe founder*
e.its. ;..ud our acceptance ot the, "Keep inapcency and take heed fond editor of The British Weekly  Hii
leader*, alp   of   the .Lord   Jesus;       unto the thing thai ii right, for' influence on  progressive thought on
Christ. ihat shall brio? a man peace at both sides of the AtAntic Is enormous, i
Christmas Present
to bs
Appreciated For a Lifetime
Christmas 1922
The President, Directors and  Officers
desire lo offer to the Customers and
l-'rit-iiils of the Dank their Bes! Wishes
for a Happy I'liristnuis und a
Prosperous New  Year
lhe Royal Bank
of Canada
"In this way we ihall secure on ',       the last "
earth  peace to till men of good W. C. E   NKWBOLT.
will, und coustrola men of ill will -—
to repress whnt-ln them works for:    1SJRAJ.L   /A Mi WILL,   tue   (umoud
rhe misery mid woe of the world." novelist aud dramatic Zionist, la on*-
JOHN CLIFFORD,     of thu most  popular  writers tu the
j English speaking woi Id,   Hts message
UKNKKAL \\. uimnvtu. BOOTH
ha-, been Chtel ol the Salvation Army
Bince 1912, The world wide activities
of the Salvation A.rm> tire known to
all. and his message commands respect irom nil sections of the papula-]
thin Irrespective ol creed or class
-■The government shaJI be upon
till should*™ linn ts what we
ol the Salvation \rm) are flglitlna
characterized hj
nit j'.
lo\
for hu-
A world uuder the rule ot Uur
Lord Jesus Christ Is the burd«-_r_ uf
our prayers Our Father which
art in Heaven, hallowed bs Thy
imtue, Tli) Kingdom come; Thy
will be done on earth as it is In
Heaven.' When these petitions
ure full> answered, uud ihey will
Pianoforte Lessons
PARENTS
Why nut stun your Children on a
Musicnl Career young?
in
V
pt*
■Tlm
ii.iHi toget
lit' ponce
r ti
landing    :
bri
ISII M'
spill    I't'lil.
SANflWII.1
ilmi obe-llenco."
W   ROBERTSON Mi'lli.H.l..
I,(Hill II i lillll l.lll   |a nn ,'miii,
■■ "i :. boll iiiini.' inultl-iiillllofiiiiro,
I- -iiuii'ii life ns i, t;ri,.ft- in Wiliin
ii.'a.'.iii',    l.iiuiili'il    I'm!    Sunlight,
Bruce Robinson
TEACHER OF MUSIC
Ou STI nm    Mi MMU   BLOW    ll\KKII   ST
Wl'
'I I
Allv
II I.IM. s.tMinw.  Uvlior i
online  Curative   [-liynlcni   culti
Ihnirgo, ims restored by lil
Zf/e Canadian
Sank of Commerce
::    Cranbrook Branch    ::
i
J. II. McQl'AII)
MANAGER
nl growing slrtigKlu ii
nt Christ intu the Uvea iiriKltis
heartiest Qoil-spoetl lo others who vulltls, iinliiilliis n
are   working   imt.inl.-t   tills   ouil. tlos ot the World.   Uo sends u rat**
Though    many    nations    regardjsogo which will attract tittcutfoit.
tborasolvoa as Christians, yol no "Tho iilt-nt message trom Oroat
nation has yet bad Uie courage to Britain to die nsi ol tlie. tvorld
base its govornment actually upon would be. let every man, woman
iiu. life mul teachings ..r Jesus and childcullivato a healthy body.
Christ. Tlm   healthy   mind   will   tallow
When lie governs victoriously,        Result,   individual
alike whether In the hearts ot the        happiness, success and   prosper-
rulers or the ruled, thon shall this        iiv." EUGENE SANIIOW.
wonderful though sufforing world 	
rulfll tlte Divine purpose, and be- ED IV IN SCHYXIiKOVB, M.V. for
eiu a glorious era of genuine proa- Dundee defeated Winston Churchill m
parity    In this is to bo found the the ueneral  Election.    He polled a
only true foundation of peaco and huge vote on the  Pro'hlhitlonlBl  i	
gooti fellowship. j advanced Labour programme.
"To my mliiii the host Christinas
Jfor tlir Coining Suletflfc
I'll): in:V. It. J. CAMPBELL, il.t.    I
one of England*!* leading itlvjjios, , '
• ♦- ♦- ♦-•♦ ♦•-
THE MANAGER AND STAFF OF
fihe Imperial Bank
sf Canada
WISH  vor   A   HAPPY CHRISTMAS
tint] u
PROSPEROUS NEW VEAR
"Any yovcnmunii which leaves
God out of Its calculations ts foredoomed to failure, hut with the
lovo nml Itiw of Cod uh thp basis
of the State, and humbly accepted
in the heart of the individual clt-
izeii, i declare most confidently,
there lu well founded hope that
the world, though it may be
through great tribulation, will
emerge redeemed, triumphant.
purified from iti (lory expert-*
onces,
"So, its ever. I plead this I'hi'ist-
mnstltle tor a fuller and more Intimate recoffnltiou of God, both In
the -state and within the breast of
the individual citizen."
GENERAL ItHAMWKI.J. BOOTH.
message of peace Britain can publish to tho world is nol only a
decision for thorough agreement
with the nbolltlon of the liquor
traffic, but also nn whole hearted
hacking of the League of Nations
against all wnr mnl in Impelling!
the Clod given rights of mankind
the world over to fair and full
provision from the fruits of Uie
.soil as hm ,i reasonable aecom-
panlmeut   and   foretaste   ol    the
Is equottj renowned as a
both sides of the -Ulanllc
"I am au American.   V
though l also happen to lie a na
live and a citizen of Great Britain
and do not warn to change my na
(tonality,   ttm I feel I belong i
America   because   it   is
country outside my owi
foot absolutely al  bomf
us many friends ihere as here,
"'It is a plain and common set
fact that the English speaking i
l am,'   i
AT THIS HOLIDAY SEASON
tt'K WISH TO EXPRESS TO YOI* OUR  ■U'l'H.-H'l.vriON
i)K PAST FAVORS, AN|> SINPEREU   WISH
VOU  AND  YOURS  A  JOYFUL CHRISTMAS
AMI A PROSPEROUS NEW VEAR
| \\, PBTT ltllKih, leading novelist,
j [ Ih perhaps the greatest deplcter of low
f (life characters since the days of Olck-
MILK AND CREAM
MILK ......  12V_c quart
Over '1 quarts n day . . 1 lu
WHIPPING CREAM
u, pint   **iv.
Telephone
C. GODDERIS
ens.   His exposure some years ago ut
British   reformatories   haa   been   thej
cause of the Borstal System being in- |? ■
troduced into Great Britain, whieh Is 1  1» \ i\ K t If   X   N C (- K K
largely   modelled   un   the   American J i
methods of reforming juvenile crlmin-lg
uls. 1       [tay and (train of All Kinds
My   message   ia:   "Be   good toll ■	
hard-up little children." IIilUSOD  Avt-liur
\V   PETT R11X1E    j;v (Yniil.niok
Ions of tho world nre more close- ,
y akin to each other spiritually i
ban io any other peoples upon
larth. If we keep together the full re of mankind* Is safe. If we
lon'i, our present civilisation Will
lot [ong survive."
H. .1. CAMPBELL,
IIOISI.V   MacItO.VU.b.  Ute  leader I
be row important Labour Party
formal Opposition in the BlitisI
Parliament, who yo sensationally
Flour and Feed Merchant."
that   Britain
world is ihat
external affali
claim that the
liy  tlie   poile
loving mercy.
Christmas mi
■an publish to thi
u tlieir internal ain
8 they should pro
t will pursue stead
of doing justk-e
ami putting huina1
Why spoil q gomi dinner
with poor bredd?
Our Milk Loaf
iM ilm De
be made
lire.ul lliiil ion
Elxperl  Baker,
Sll I is J' Uf I ill 11   i.ll;ll;llllfl*,l.
Christmas Cakes
Wt* liave all sorts of til HIS I.M.VS t'A.M)li:s AMI
CHOCOLATES, (llltlSl'.liAS ITIMMM'S, PIES AMI
AIITIS'I'IC AI. I. V   UEC01UTEH  I'll IIISTMAS  CAKES.
I'ltrlliitnt'iit. wiui yu Hdisiiiiuimiiv re* ^
i,,:;:.:::t:"z:n.,:™z::) kummer's pioneer bakery
tee and
• ti m tiliil
,'ll-l
ing before
property
41
-♦-*♦—♦-♦     •     •
,     •     ♦     •
,.,.,."-,   ,   ,..,   ,   ,      I'll-    IMI.1IT   IIIIV.   TIIE    I.DIIII
,    ,  ,-d.AroU OF  I.OMHIN.  EDWARD  I.
MOOIIK
T II K
JBank of Montreal
KDIBEKLEV IIH.lM'll
l-xtends to nil iis Cualomors
and Friends tbe Very Hesi
Wishiis for :i Happy Christmas
and Prosperity in the New Year,
I'. S. SHANNON
MANAGER
Offlce I'hone »-   Hei
.:.'; .,r!,..i.i..'.a3i;....:.i,,5:_;:
l'litnit' ,10
lie I'lly of London's Chief
Magistrate    lie enjoys unique powers
■tin. inn his yt'tir nf ofllce, receives twice   t-£_*(t j fl ty
Hit' salarj of Bourn   Law, and even; *^
nml
liA.MSl.V  .MiuiltlNAl.l'.
 . ♦ .
I,HM OU I-KOSECI TIONS
INCREASE SALES AT
GOVERNMENT STORES
Bruce Robinson
Trai'lii'i- nf Musli-
Studio above Murdock McLeod's. I''"»ie 2*"1
H0BINS0N*S OBGHESTflA-DANCES ARRANGED FOR
The chef in a camp of out-
of iiu: Iiii; mill companies,
whose name wo ure not ptr-
mltted to mention, nuys ho
win not even try another
milk than Pacific.
CHRISTMAS 1922 NJSW VIOAU 1928
MAV VOL'U CHRISTMA8 BE BRIGHT AND MAY THK
NEW YKAK BRING YOli ALL HEALTH
AND  HAPPINESS.
City Transfer & Warehouse Co.
W    E    WDKDKN
CRANHROOK. BC.
King George cnnnoi enter the Stfuare
Mile of the City, In hia utlicial capacity.j^P
without the Lord Mayor's permission,] __
■| have imi-1 many visits to Can-f /VlCrl
ada and the United  Suite'',  and
always found from everyone the
heartiest   expressions   of  friend- [
ship and goodwill  tor the Great
Nation to which i belong.   I ami
consequent ly disposed lo pay no
nt ten tion whatever to any suggestions, oither in tin., press ol Amor-
lea  or  in  thai  of Ureal   Britain,!
ihat   friction   prevails   on  many j
subjects ami in mnny directions,j
Rritish    and    American    soldiers '■.
Fought  -tide hy .side in the Ureal'
War.    Lei  us all, from thi» day
forth, march together in restoring!
«very whore, at home and abroad,!
those avenues of peace anil jmwt-i
peril)' which arc no necessary for;
the reconstruction of tho worict; Pacific Milk Co., Ltd
The amount of illegal sale or boot-
j legging, going on lu IU',, has been
variously estimated. On July 6, 1922,
the Vancouver World claimed that the
Government UtjUOr Stores wove nti
Belling one-hall the amount being sold
in B.C. It has several times repeated
this statement.
On August i, 1922. a charge of selling liquor contrary to the Liquor Act
was made against two bonded ware*
and tlie happiness of its Inhabit*
ants "     EDWARD C. MOOi-tK,
Lord Mayor vt London,
ills experience covers ten bouses in Fernie, and their entire
years on the Const, and lie stock of liquor, valued at S-OO.OOo wae
has   tried   every   brand   of    beized.
milk, but tliis British Caltim- On September 2. ihe Victoria Times
Ida product in not only rich- claimed thai one result was that the
er, but bas a bettor flavor j sales in the Government Liquor Stores J
and goes farther. He says al Pernio and Michel (dose by) had j
ho likes it fully aa well as increased rrom one hundred to two |
-fresh cream tor cooking. hundred per cent   As a matter of
fan the actual increase wa,S at Ferule
186 per cenl   and at Michel  IH per
rout     Tins  would  Indicate  that  the
Head Ofllce, Vancouver, IU'. world's   estimate,   when   made,   wns
l-'uclorles nt Abbotsford nud  l.adner, well within tin' limits   as much is he-
the  Uo
Ing oold Illegal!
«. G0ED0>   BELFBIUCtJt;, Uadou| ja jj 1} ftl)l
MO
Is bolng
t Liquor siorf*
I '11 IIISTMAS    *    lil'__
W<; truBt the [inst year has brought yuu Suocmh
and extend Best Wishes for continued
mul Increased prosperity during 1923.
Cranbrook Cartage & Transfer Co.
0 ,\ TOWIUSfl
i Merchant,  hu.-*>   man aa he  Is,  hae
found tfme i<> send a striking men Mage
lot Rood will.
t Here's vrUhtog everyone in thlil
troubled world | Lift Off with Finger
Greater .liulgnifiit     leas ihuuglit-
lessness.
\      Greater calmness  -leas hysteria,
\      Greater goodfelloweblp — less sel-
llutincsB,
l      Greater breadth nr view -less narrowness.
Greater friendliness—-less enmity.
Greater patrt6tlam ionn disloyalty.
Greater mirth and good rheer ■
less gloom.
Greater determination to cut our
way through this mass of unhappy and tangled debris left
lu tbe wake of the Ureal War—
less nivinn up and surrendering
to difficulties.
Greater 'I will'—lew* 'I can't.'"
II. GORDON SELFR1DOR.
B.C. KiqjIT HOt H I AW
WOULD STIFLE INDUSTRY
SAYS PREMIEfl OLIVER
As predicted iu many quarters tha
Burde   Right-Hour  Bill   WOfl  defeated
in the Lefflslature when a vote Wfls.'
takeii    However, the issue was a close
ono,   twoitty-two   members   opposing
the present passing of tho bill, while
eighteen cast tlieir votes for it
,    Mnny members tleetaretl they were
fu favor of the principle but did not
'wish to see industry sillied in British
Columbia   at this  time  through  the
passing of reBtrlotive legislation, when
the competition between tha province,
and neighboring states and provinces
would be such as to cripple local Industry,   Premier Oliver said that Wt
this young- province il was absolutely
necessary thai production hu kept nt
Doesnt hurt a bit!    Drop a little|a high level.   Tn llmo It might ba ov
'tYee/one" oq an netting corn,    la- pedient to cut down the hours of work
staully that corn stops hurting, then  In  certain  Industries,  but that time
-SIR   ARTHUR   CONA.N   DOYLE'S shortly you lift It right off with flng-  was not tho present.   Present indLeu-1
message will bo read with interest, tri,   Truly! Uons are thai next year there may be
both by lovers of his novels and ad- Vour druggist nol In a tiny bottle of a d iff or ont story, as several of those
herenta of hlfl Spiritualistic tenets. J "Freezone" for a tew centB, sufficient who opposed the passing of the mea-
That  Britain and  the  United to remove every hard corn, soft corn,. sure this year have stated that they
UP
.■.tun" . i..iiti tnitttuter in reality,
llttl   In  wiiitlii til- In  ufl.i   illiili.i'
or corn 1>«Iwmd tbe toes, eutl the ul-! woultl not wlthtipld their ttupiiort m-xt
Iuiim. without ednaeee or lrriutlaa,' sotelon.
in ilie rush and hurry uf late shopping ami
house-In-order for Christinas, why be  bothered
wiili Christmas baking?
pun PUDDING,   l'ltriT CAKi:,   mimi: PIB8,
COOKIES—
Ail wiih a spt't-iiil Christmas touch to in* had liere.
MAKE Voi'll MEALS MORE ATTRACTIVE
AXD SATISFYING
wll.lt
Dale's Wrapped Bread
VOlin  KINK  CO-OPEIUTION  HAS t'DNTIUUl'TKO MAT-
BEIALLV TO OUR SUCCESS A.\'l> WK API-ItB-
IA'I'1'1 IT MOST eOUDIALlA'
ACCEPT OUH BEST WISHES FOB A BRIGHT A.NH
PROSPEROUS XI!W VI.AK.
DALE'S BAKERY - phoxk m
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
ni Canada Limited
OFFICIOS. HMlil.TINO AND REFINING DEPABTMENT
THAU,,   BRITISH   t'OI.UMRIA
SMELTERS AND  REFINERS
Purchasers of Gold, silver. Copper, Lead* Zinc Ores
Producers of Cold, Sliver, Copper, Pli; Lend anil Zinc
"TADANAC" BRAND I'ndn-.lleienilicr _3, 111'.'
Till.   CHAMIROtiK   HERilJl
I'H.l    MM.
bl
Kootenay Garage
Hanson Ave.        Cranbrook
WITH   SINCERE   CHRISTMAS   GREETINGS,
Accept also our cordial wish for Abundant
Prosperity antl Contentment as your lot
for the Coming Year.
Local Hews
. paa  '
List week-end
in Creston to hts
kllei   at
I'lUMlltonK MUSICAL
SOCIETY NOTES
B. c. Free
ma
., Met
odl
'  I**'
iUi a Hell
lu
fernle
for
a ten
Ms week
W.f l»Ve in stack a full lint of
V,'omens, Men's. Gins', Boy*' and
Children's Shoes Our stock l% wm-
plete and—
Out   low prices win every time.
W, P, r>OKA>:
ffi   ill WU VOI lllll THB PAST, AM» HOPE TO SERVE
VOI' IN THU Ft Tilth:.
VIU HAVE OCR hkiktkst WISH EH
10K \ must ENJOYABLE lllltlsniAS
DEZALL S GARAGE
STUDEBAKER nnd OVERIjAND CARS
■1 re 11 •■
tee foi   lunch
wn.*.  ih-.-  am
ouneemeni to east bound
pansangora 0
1 arriving ut fronton 011
rueaday    Tl
,. weathei  woe eo severe
m   Slrdni   0
Tuesday morning thai
ti" iln« c
.  troie ud and was i.*j.
thawed out
sufficiently to permit of
meale being
by the time ttie
ii-iiin reoehe
In if    Cii'-'i'ii  fievtev
be had among the Kooteney Indian*
thrre. bui iind* ihct their activities
do hot. apparently follow thu-: line He
'wan Iii qaen of tbe work a= specimens ' foi tbe lau-ieum being established pi the Memorial Fort opened
last   nmmei   ia the Windermere
FCNEBAl OF UTE
jas, Mcdonald cxdeb
MASOVH   AUSPICES
1: *. omtnittee ure very flruitlul to
the member-, of the'Musical Society
for ibeir display ol etuh-tt-slaem id at-
tendance and f_ef ..orrtritnee m .the con- -!
cert in 3td pf tbe G.W.V.A. Cfcrtitmaa.
Tree Fund.
Thi
funeral of the
il. uf thia city. ■
Mc
The next event lu which we are 11
tere&ted is tbe Carol Concert on 8ui
do..-. December 24th at 8.45 p.m., .
the Star Theatre. It Is hoped that fl
member*- of the Choral, Orchestra
und Brass Baud Branches will t
there by 5.30
Christmas - 1922
>
1 -in
t-K
II i the Presbyterian ' !hut
■ j  i;. .   E  '.'■'  Mat Kav  1
:i 1
CORPOltAfriOJ-i 01  I UK CITY
OF CRANBHOOK
MUNICIPAL ELECTION
PUBLIC
many fri mils,
!*,. ludlni ■ ntatfofl >i 1111
the ] ol whU ■.  tlie
... . was a raembei. ■ At tha j
graveside the Impressivi Masonic Bar-
TICE ts lieroby given to ti ■ 1 lu charge ol tho Worship- ,
Lhe Electors of tbe Municipality of tbe 1U, \;. ■■. \ j;. Jones and at the
Corporation of the (-'il->' "f Cranhrook, ci08e U|(, membera thretv tlte iuatoin-
Hint I require the presence of the said
■Electors al the Municipal Office of the flr>' "iinf' 0| RrMn ,Il!': l,,e open BravB'
Corporation of the City or rrunbrook. Tho pall bearers »ere six members ol
Norhury Av-_i)ue, Cnmbruok, 13. C, at the Masoi le lodgo, A. A, MacKinnon,
l p.m; (local Ume) on '.he Sth day Jll(l M.u.tlll A shankland, W Flow-
of January, 1823; for the purpose of ranter nnd'P -\damn
':lf:t:titiK peraons to represent them in- "
the Municipal Council, as Mayor and j
*■• *"- ' *-•■,,,-> ""-Most of elec- -
hem an Po
il School TrUB-
.We
Irusl lhe
lmsl jear 1ms brought
you
Success,
and extend Best Wishes
for
'oulinuc
1 mul Increased Prosper
it)  (lur
ing lhe yeur 19*211.
-
mW
JOHN    GARD
PAINTER umi PAPERHANOER
omission,
rho mode
Flowers were lu evidence as tokens
(Udenheiu and for the purpose of elec- j of lovo and respect from the fallowing tfenoni to repM-iont^^ |fng. Family, pillow; A .•' and a. M.,
.No. 34. Crnnbrook Lodge, wreath; Mr.
f nomination of Candi- «m1 Mrs A. E, Jones, spray: Mr. and
du eh- shall he us .follows; Mra. MacPherson, spray; Mr. and Mrs.
The Candidates shall be nominated > ]t j.',-,rilt. spray; Mr. and Mrs. A. IC,
In writing; the writing kIiiiII be S"h*ja' , Pol -and Mrs C H Pol-
scribed by two voters of the Munlci- j * ■ ■ ■ i *l- ■ • ■ • - •
pality u.i .proposer and seconder, and 'l1"- wreath; Mr. and Mrs. .1. \\.
Bhall he delivered to the returning of- Spence, spray; Mr. aud Mrs. J. A. Mc-
fleer at any Lime between the date of |Noll, spray;  Mr, and Mrs. A   .J   Bal-
. spray; Mr. and lira, \V. B. Bar-
Mr. a' d Mrs.
follows Mendelssohn's 42nd Psalm,
to he given on n Sunday in February;
and li.M.S Pinafore, by Gilbert and
Sullivan, in be presented in .Mny at
the Auditorium
0 '' Thompson, of Klmberley o] -1
erotor ot the North Star mine, wm In!
|the city early this week, li.- has dis-1
posed in bis leasing Interest in the
Lftlcfl Mines, near Kaslo. and expects
in tin? Bprlng to resume work on the j
well known Klmberley proper!)
The appeals in ihe cases of fifteen
or sixteen prisoners, sentenced to jail j
for selling liquor are now being beard
by Judge Thompson. The caBes will bo
heard iu full again, ami it will prob-1
ably take a. week or ten days before
judgment is given.      Messrs. Herchmer snd   Mitchell  are  defQIldihp  the
prisoners and thoy are putting np ** j
great .fight ror their clients       Per- j
nie Free Press,
WE   JI-ST   WANT   TO   WISH
yun a G<»od old Me t. i    risi m ts
and to extend the wh-ju* ihal Up
Me* Vear will bring y*
Prosperlty   and   Elappinee
you can wish  for yom
DELANY C& SINCLAIR
II HIIIU
I'hitiii- si
tow9 &$$ o-n^^i *~ % ■-■ § •
Cornea!
Hit.* Notice antl 3.1*0 it. in. (locnl tint'
or the day  or lite  noii*nulon;   llte|""'"
KaW writing may be In Ute form mini-j "*•!"•'" ;|1"' l;"""
bored 5 In ilie schedule ol Hit Mtmlcl-   D, C. Ryan. s|".ty.
Ifil Klet'tioits Aft, mill K'oall slate the  steward, wreath; A
nume,  fitslileiiue, antl occupation  or   , t,,v]   ttm| family k
ileacriptlon of each peraon proposed,   \     '
lu such manner as aufflclently to idea-  **• '-  Ingram, *\i\;
tlfy such candidate; and in the evt-iti I lltiiiy  Davis,   api*a
of a poll heiiiii necessary, pucli poll  spray;  T. v.. Anail
will be opened on the lltli-day; of-Jan*'-,--„ ^ ,;   jjm ..,,.
in-'
PUT STOMACH IN
ORDER AT ONCE
The Secret of Good Health
Assist
Nature
back
to
normal
action
Take
When Nature requires assistance, slic
will not be slow in conveying to you
•ii: intimation of the fact. Decline of
energy, inability to sleep well, heail-
atlie, biliousness, constipation, a j;--.'1'
eral sluggishness of mini! and body and
any sl^n of digestive "unrest" should
impel you to seek thc aid of a reliable
medicine without delay. There is no
better no surer—no safer—than tbis
proven remedy.
Beecham's
SoM
everywhere
in boxv.t
Pills
25c—40 pill.
SOc   90 pills
GEORGE E. BOWER
L.R.A.M., A.R.C.M.,
Musical Director
I liitll.li'.ilt   Jlniilctl   Sis it'll
Tea'!«i  ol Singing, Violin ami
Piano
I'ri'fiuti ii rm  Muali il Exam
trial Inns
Pboae MD I'raatirook. u.i.
CRANBROOK CLEANERS
ANO DYERS
Kvi<iy Ctannenl Hc-nt to ua to l>«
Cltuuted or Dyed is siren
Our UUnoit Care.
Our ktimvloilfff of the btiHini'HH
in your assurance ot satiii(action
here    Phone, end we will call,
or bring \>h you.  work.
We Clflin and Dyo Bverythtmr.
PHONS  15?
Cranbrook Hotel Cafe
I'ln Onl) l'li"t Claaa IiiiiIhk
Room Hi  tho tilt
lllll      Still, 1'     Will     I'lt'llM'     ll'll
Oiit'it riiiiii 7 ID it in lo H 16 i' in
H.
C
LONG
In
.iii.'ittiiiit' i
a.lit
i ami
It'ltlt*
M
trluiiH '
-iiltor.
t'i.
ii,-.,.'   I
llll
tl,
fill, una
Sill,
Van lit
rnn
St.,
1 ranlii'i
III
I'h
ino -tn
I'D   Hi
\ HV
Montank lt,*it»ur»ut
t Us"-. I'luarettei and r»it.l,t
lull at Ail flowi
CRANBRIXIK HTRBBT
i ii'i.'nli'.. the Bank of Commerci
Thr Old I
l"'.iti'.ttl. n
sl'iaius.
' Ik-st Liniment Made
Ml  Vf, lll'NfltV.lillM'lNTtlN.lVtilt,..-
■' as-si:;!
bii-4>.|.i.ilii<r.l iiiiMe.uiiil
(oldme t iinf.tii.il iviillt
ouHfortlirttweeWi, t
n«.t MJNARD'a 1,1 M*
Ml.N'i-inul in ifxdnyn i
Minimi'*   I niiim-m
«IWM>-l  UlVf*   »llli«-,
(uciIoR.   I'or my
m Uf   or   pul ii.    ll
liivt--. ill'.llllt   ii-ln-l.
Minard's Liniment
Co., l.tiiilicd
YbtiikjiiiIi.    -   -    N.S.
J. K. Chorlton
SHOW I'Alll) WRITING
HAND   II.I.UM1NATIM1
Tt'iins Koaaonablo
III Hamuli In'.        Plump .1-lt
NAitlE
12
uary, 1928, ut the Municipal Bufldine,
Norbury   Avenue,   Cranbroolt,   B. (*., I )y- K
between tbe hours of 10.00 a.m. (locnl land Mr.s. o
j time) until S.00 p.m. (local time,) of  Mrs. Prank
which every pdrson is liereby requlr- \ *^irK  j   ^
od to take notice and govern himself
accordingly.
The qualification by law required to
be possessed by the candidates Tor the
offlce or offices mentioned above are
as follows:
FOlt .lUYOlt. the person qualified
lo li'.* nominated for and elected as the
Mayor of any City .-.hall be any person
who ts u British subject of the full
u^e of twenty-one years uud uot dis-
quullfieil under .my law, and has for
the -ilx months next, preceding the
day uf nomination being the registered
owner, iu the Land Kegiatry Otllet-,
of Land or Real Property in the City
of the assessed value, on the last Municipal Assessment Koll. ot One thousand ($1,000.00) dollars or more over
antl above any registered Judgment
or (.'barge, and who ia otherwise duly
I'luatttied as a Municipal Voter
FOK ALDERMAN, the person qualified to be nominated for anu elected
..- Uie Aldermen ot any Olty shall be
anj person wha is a British subject
of tin* full age of twenty-one years
ami not disqualified under any law,
and has for the six months next preceding the day of nomination being
the registered owner, in the Land
RegtstIT Ofllco, itf Lund or Ileal Prop-
ertj iu lho City bo the assessed value.
on the last Municipal Assessment
Roll, of Five Hundred ($500.00) dollars ur more over und abovo uny rog-
tstire-t Judgment or <'harge, and who
is otherwise dub qualified a* a Mn-
nlcipal Voter.
H»tt POLICE Hi.MMlNSIOM.lt, tho
person qualified to bo nominated for
and elected as Lhe Police Commissioner of any City Bhall bo any person
who Is a British subject of the full
age of twenty-one years and not tli-i-
iiualified under any Inw, and hns for
the six montlis next preceding the day
of nomination being Li.-, registered
owner, tn the Land Registry Office, of
Lund or Real Property lu ilie City to
the assessed value, on Ithe last Municipal Assessment Roll, of Five hundred ($600-00) dollars or more over
and above any registered judgment or
charge, and who In otherwise duly
qualified as a Municipal Voter.
•SCHOOL TRUSTEES, the persons
qualified to be nominated for und
electi d as School Trustees for the
Crunbrook Municipal School District
shall be any person being a British
subject of the full age of twenty-one
years aotually residing within the District, aud having been for the six
months next preceding the date of
nomination tho registered owner, In
the Land Registry Offlce, of Lnnd or
Heal Property in tlie City Sehooi
District of tht assessed value, on the
last Municipal Assessment Roll, of
l-'lve hundred <$1.00.00) dollars or
-tnord over and above uny registered
Judgment ur Charge, mnl being other-
wine qualified tn vote at uu Klectlon
of School Trustees In the aald Sehooi
District, shall be eligible to he elected
or to Berve ns a School Trustee in
such City School District
Given under my hand at Cranbrook,
B.C!., this 20th day of December, 1982.
THOMAS M. ROBERTS,
43-4 Returning Officer.
'apes     Did pepsin"     fc
Gas, Indigestion or
Sour Stomach
and Mrs. Wm.
nd Mrs W. H.lj
: Mr and Mrs, 1
Mr. and Mrs. j
Miss Dennett, |
irayj Mr. and :
N'ursea Parna- j |
ly and Hurry, wreath:  Mi*.J1^
)t to-Gray wreath; .Mr. and: The moment yuu eat it tablel ol
Godderis, -spray; Mr, uud|"Pape,s Dlapepsln" your Indigestion is
Haslatt, spray; A. and A. gone. No more distress from a sotli*.
McBirnle, spray; Mr and Mrs. a. P. acid, upset stomach. No flatulence,
Noble, spray; Mr». V Moffatt nud Mrs.[heartburn, palpitation, or mlsery-mak-
Pry. spray; Mr. ahd'Mrs. <*. ll Col-ftug gases. Correct your dfgestion for
Hub, spiny; Women's Institute, spray; a few cents. Each package guanin
Knox church Ladies' Aid, apray; W teed hy druggist to overcome Btomacli
-\i   s   Knox Church  ..pray -trouble,
><
Look for this Tradi Mark
when You Buy Kitchen I tt
Would wmi luiv a can of *.;ilmun ,i il
hud no label? Or a Iiuk of lliim■'.' Nn.
ctrlainl- ma! Then be just us ca i
uhen you are buying kitchen utensil*
Purchase only these articles of Knn*
Dieted- Ware cafrylne the SMP li
mark, li is your safeguard ami your
guarantee of quality,  Aids for
SMP.ffe.WARE
Diamond Ware ia a three-eoate
meied steel, >K> blue anil white oulside
wiih a snow} white lining.   Pearl Ware
Ls a two*coated  enameled ..ift-i. pearl
(•re., and «hiic inside and out.
•p-Sheb Medu. PRoaonsc«
/>^g^^^      ^-s=/
Compotltlon Uo.  18 Ctoaea lnuy
Ml-lnljjlit,   Dec. iii ber   29th
At tbe Ofllco ot ta«
B.  B.  TBTBHAUa  WEEKLY  LtfflltSd
r. o* sr»wor bJb
Cor.   Ui-itiiigs   tnd   Ckiutue   SIimIi
VANCOUVER, B. O.
B. C. VETERANS WEEKLY LTD.
FOOTBALL COMPETITION
GAMES TO BE PLAYED SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30
TEN ESTIMATES WITH $1 SUBSCRIPTION'
$6500 First Prize
$3000 Second Prize
$2000 Third Prize
I enter Ttm B. C. Vetenns Wteklr Fcotbilt Competition and «Etee to abide by ttie i■■...■* publisiied m Ttie B. C. V«ter\e. Wttcij. 25< «nt_cs*d f;r S*o wcekB' mb-
a-iriptmii .-ntitles comi.etitot to uiie estiniate; ii0c (ot teu wuek.i mi two *.-..;....■-.■ . "fie tor fifteen vtmns son c*» i.tisuitei. f i tn twtatf-tw VMkl ns4 (ifl uttmstf. IN
HTRUCTIOKJ; FOr- riLLIKG IN COUPONS. You elinply lodlcat* wUethir t__« HOME TEAM wUl [core MORE. 1JJSS or tt» SAME JTUMBER ot jo»U ttw liey scored m
tbe f'jiroriiiou.liiijj baiiie list fan, by jiUtiaj »n "X" ia tho columu prorided m tbe Coupon.
AQDRE£3 .
M [| MORE
1. U LT.'.i        S il SAME
Laat
Te»r'a
Sroro
aston villa
blackburnrT
BOLTON W.
SUNDERLAND-
CLAPTON ORIENT I
COVENTRY CITY 2
DERBY COUNTY 1
LUTON TOWN 1
QUEENS PARK R. 1
STALYBE1DOE 0. 1
AIRDRIEONUNS 2
GLASGOW R. f
..*,t
Ye.r'e
Hcore
PRKSTOX NonTH F. O
W. IIKOHWICB A.      9
OARDIfP CITY
BlllMIXOIUM
ROTHXaRAM c.
WEST HAM I).
SOTTS COUNT.
m-uLWAU, ATH.
l-OItTHMOBTH
DAKLISOTO!,
AVI! I'.VITED
Coupon No. 1
MLS
Coupon h:    3
MLS
Coupon V*   3
MLS
C-r4;oa Ms. I
MLS
12
Loit
HOME Tear'8
Store
ASTON VILLA
BLACKBURN _T
BOLTON W.~~
SUNDERLAND 2
CLAPTON ORIENT- 1
COVENTRY CITY ¥
DERBY COUNTY 1
LUTON TOWN F
QUEENS PARK R.      1
STALYBRIDGE C.       1
AIRDRIEONIANS
GLASGOW R."
Lut
Yott'I
Sc_ra
rnKSTos- soRTn f. o
w. BmiMWH-n a.   a
CAROIFF CITY
ninuu'QiiAM
anTHKRnAH c.
WENT HAM O.
NI.TTH   COUMTT        I
M1I.I.VVA1.1. ATH.      O
POBTSHOtnS I
DAR1.IN01X1S 0
Coupon Mo. t
MLS
Coupon No. ?
MLS
J I
j L
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Coupon Ho.
M        I
<tAj\C BEEN A UV-fa T/AVE VI-,niN' U$
AU.NT HATTIEDl>-IT -.00 THINK UNCLE
itrA   AN' MXHJ PeT*; WLL BE  6ETT/A,' PAGE TEN
I UK   CltAMlItOOK   111, RAMI
Friday, Decembor 82, 1»*__
LAST MINUTE SHOPPERS
will flD-1 a Large and IuieresUn. Display of
GIFTS THAT LAST
DIAMOND RINGS
WHIST WATCHES 110.00 to $125.(111
PEARL ami GOLD NECKLETS
BAR BROOCHES, with Onyx and Diamond Set
EAR  DROPS '      LINGERIE CLASPS
FANCY BEAD NECKLETS
SILVERWARE, In all tlie nationally advertised goods
i'l"I* GLASS (the well known Clover Leal Brand)
which Ib a safeguard as lo Quality
i.i. 11'HER GOODS.    All tin- new styles and shapes.
Etc. Etc.
. Coca! Hews.   &*& «3to tfcsft]
Insure with tteale & Blwell.
lt   you   nre   eouteiaplaUug   a   trip
tbffltj io Enclftrid, <***> B4^*ft:Bt-Welli
duced cabl
- On iiuurduy,. bo9emb«f-
■ and Mrs. T. H Bronadon
. a daughter.
H Telegraph Co. have re-
e rates tu Great Britain tor
nnd Mew Year's greetings
/U6« LEWIS   PA"
/THE CITV TO STU1JV r-WSlC H*\*j COA\£
I 9ACK AN* -SANS SHE'S A MAAMCU-StST
\lEM MNIKIT- Ht-. 5ANS SHE ,
V CfljS'T Pi.A> P« TmE ' _^'"*
■ \>vA.it<tilZS At ftLL>-y"
, ^
yalr hot wuter l-ioule**., rubber I
, in tact nay tiling uindy of
Wilson's Vulcanizing Works,
iri'ft. 86t(
. t    *•*••••• • i
1 •!
RECREATION (Mill *
[VOTES
The big event iu Recreation Club,
icttvltle-j for the holiday week will b-s!
he hockey malcbM staged., iu th*'
,'lub RihJs >n the afternoon^ pt Qarlst-
nas and N'e'n Y'eai _ Days!
The '.'lilt' team whicli !'s a uivH-ber;
it the dlstrlcl Hockey League.' has]
i-mi getting in some good practise
.i.rk. und the ice la in first class|
.lml-**.
On uhristmas afternoon thu local'
nluyera will meet n Kimberloy team,
land on New Year's Day will pluy Wy-
il'li:
-1) I ll >V E S T
W J V I) tl \\
In etUl d Great
Attraction. Between 10 and l-
s in. only wa offer a SPECIAL
. BABGAIN.
Be Barly!
W.H.WILSON
Jeweler
OI'll
(1.00,
anil
u.m
15.00
coi'.vmis
will
solvo
your
am Proi
ldll
very
Qtllckl
■ and
Busily
litliiiliiiiB -Pur -Sub 2111
MromTh" »ni".. Cranbrook Taxidermist HE
uillnliialoli i» liny cellU; IL'.on
"ii u.l.L't tor a biu'Ioh ul' Mix
Hun will be played durlm thei
■Hi.'
Clirlai
spend ilie holiday
hi-, parents liore
ni  iiu' hone
Brown's houa k-> on Uiu job at _ a.m
nud It'a your [null it you lull io gel 01
ih.. product oi iiu.li cackle for break   Bi
fast tho u.'xi tnorning. im
Hi Heale ,. Rlwell IIU; In
In
". im.- .uui ,'li'iiu'ii'
.flavor tlie)   n<- ii"i rrom j
inltry Itun.li uu
■k playcra
I  UlalililiK.il
io local api
All     I.
ml   Moll ,i
Saakatchi
r n vi-.lt .
t, Sirs. M
nor. Mrs.
\V,i  lim
luhbora,
111,  ol
! ihelr
Full  I.im. ol  winter.
ul
Im.    ml.'
P. W. Welch, Inn- ot Morrill, i» a homo li]
liowcomor to Ci'nuhroolt, nml haa op* j lost. aft.
euoil up it barber Bhop en Van Homo hts moil
Street,   next   lo   thu   Kast   Kootonay of his Bister, Mrs. ,\. W.  UmlRf
TttXl  Ullire —
—• I ' it.  E, lipiiuie oi   Vancouvor
Tholi   rood Ih clean and tiuai-tera buBltif-ss visitor here ut the eud
sanitary. Auk your grocer tor Brown's week    Although now realdonl at (lie
non-fertile new laid grub.   Thoy will Coast,   whore   he   Ims   ussunral   the
pleaso Daddy uud make the klddloslchalrmaaslilp of lhe Vancouver Hnr-     ')-iM. absence of
laugh and grow fat. 41tf tour Board, fieri  still  lakes u vory Qolden is  being I
— i lively Interest In the welfare ol tiio t0 residents of thii
Show your gratitude ibis Christmas'Kooionuya, ami UiIh will be strikinglyjpiL'rtlfciilnrly  in  il:
by holplng lo mako some one else tiap* shown If certain Improvemonla to thelvalley.    The way
win every time
W. !•'. DORAN
KOR 111:If CHRISTMAS (illT
|!l plnues ii new Blngcr Sewing Alii-
ihiii.' in her home Christmas morning.
Balance eoBy payments.   Vou cannot
Store, uiu
ivlilcli lu. is huvlngi
"« P. Woods Meat Market
.iii.l upon re
•IP
Wish Their Customers und Friends
A Very Merry Christmas
W< Arc Now
iy.   lr you liavo not done bo, Betid ill harbor fuel
'our doiiutlon lo the Salvation Army,Included   In  the  1923  estimates,  aro|
..Jhrietruaa Cheer Fund.   This money' provided by the Federal  Dopartmentj
;_--_'i.i not for Solvation Army funds, but of Public Works.- Creaton Review.
In to be spent on any who need ns- —
ognrdlosa ot denomination.       Aiit'orillug io the dlstrit-i  road sup*
— erlntonileut,  John   Taylor,  lhe   roads same Mod in befi
Tlie Dominion Government las con-jt, uirobnrlon, Kimberloy. Wycliffe nnd ifs this uny tulflln
||structed   an olllce Inilidliig adjoining|F0it steelo will lie kept clear tuhls mad, to lhe elocl
| the residence ot 11. P. Heimsing, the winter, bj the itse   ol   the Wb bhow ol ttie lasl 1 In
S  Indian  Agent.    Tlm  building  in  ab-Li.-   Which have been pul  Into use. j election?   We fal
| out M by _. feet, and linn two roomsjThls will he an advnutugo which will Stnr.
il which will he used tor ofllco puruos-jbo duly appreciated by both the rest-
' 'ing  facilities    which    Mr". Bents ot these placi i, n-ho mny In
lo to iiliike use of e.ns in getting
nil
sub-land ofllco, ut
ought borne daily
district, und moro
so living up tin.'
be matter lies at
,1,-sir-
resident In the y.ille,
nit must (nol knowing thai
■ ■in,, down in Golden tor ;nl-
i.o' ii form requisitioning a
■ini of litis form
Coldon to havo
n notary public.
oi Uie promises
of thia division
eloi'tinii nnd by-
seo  il   - Golden
g  Kelmalng bus lonn felt lhe need oi.
OPEN FOR BUSINESS
with a lull lim.* uf tbe
( limt'KST HOME GROWS BEEF, MUTTOX,
LAMB AMI VEAL.
Turkeys, Ducks, Geese, Spring
Chicken and Fowl
We have the Choicest Turkeys in the market.
Raised uu our own Ranch.
I; Hemstitching and pfcot edging. Out
_:of town orders will receive prompt
I1 mul caroful attention.' .Mrs. Surtees,
I [crnnbrook, B.C. Silt
| The Ancient Order of Foresters are
□ putting on u Christmas Tree and trent;
§ 'in tho Malik. Hull on Thursday the
1 UMI. iust.. tor the benefit of all ehlld-l
| iiu oi uieiubci-s nml nlso tiie children j
I jot companions The committee would;
| esteem it a favour if the parents would
I endeavour to have the children tliere
|  not Intel than 7 p.m.
the clly
Beale & Blwell  "Hi  pi
Vlrtorj Bonds at current in
n- li. II. BOOLE,  FORMER
"'     \Vi:i.l,*KMIW.\  IVITIMIMf
VEWSI'Al'EH  .11A \, UK AII
1  THE WEATHER BULLETIN
We have for sale _. pairs of
fleece lined high cut lace shoes
iu colors brown and grey, regu*
lur prices *7.?.". and JS.36. l.lust
ihe tine for this frosty wen*
then. We will sell at $XM.
Coll and Inspect this llne while
Hi.- sizes n iv complete Slues
:"„ to 7.
\v.   1).   1111,1.
11Official Thermoiiieter Readings!
nl Criiulironli
Phone orders will be given prompt (uui careful attention    |.
YOI'ltS  KOR   SERVICE-
j Th« p. Woods Meat Market
52.      —      I'HOXE      —      62.
_  Decemher  H  	
I December if, 	
1 December in 	
|  lie. ember  17   	
|: December IS  	
I j ism, December 13
8 ' December _0  	
Max. Mln.
.—16 37
.—ll   —83
.— «     -2S|
.—Iti     -Si!
'Big Six" Matty Sells
Christmas Seals.
■ I
|     The following ore tho lowest records j   1
~ of cold weather during the past ti-u
lara, according to the ofticlnl tii-ur-
FOR   RELIABILITy,  SOI .Ml-
NESS OF CONSTRUCTION,
ri'RITV OF TONE AND PER.
FECTION OF TOUCH,
CHOOSE A
1(1 P
Write for ikxihiet or Call at   410 Baker Sl«*et, Nelson, B.C.
1922, Decembor M   -87
1021, Decombor 20     -21
1920, November 12       n
. 1020, December 2tl    — 5 J
j 1910. December 23  _30 I
1018, Decembor 30   —n
! 1917, Decembor li   —11
1191(1, December 28   —29
101B, December 28   — n '
1911,  December 18        -17
\ 1913, December 24     _ i
' 1912, December 21   — ti
David u. Bogle, M.A., formerly an
editorial writer on the Winnipeg 'IVI-
egrnm, nnd for the last two yenrs on
the Winnipeg Tribune, died in Winnipeg Thursday last
In ihe nineties, Mr. Bogle Was a
well-known llguro in newspaper circles iu British Columbia. Coming to
Uie province In 1891, he founded the
RoBslnml Miner For s number ot
years Mr. Bdglo wus In partnership
iu the mining business ivlth the late
John Houston. He was also ior a ume
editor of tlie Victoria Unionist.
Mr. Bogle, who wus iu his lil'ly-lili.i
year, ivas horn in Collandar, Scotland,
the mn nf Rev. Andrew Bogle He
was   educated   al   the   Royal   High
Sehooi uui! tlie University ol Killli-
burgli
SATISFIES EVERY NEED
{Peace  on  Oart/i
Sood ll/til Howard 9//en
Hn) We Vll Honestly, Slueercly nud
1,'nrnestlj ivisii Raeli Oilier this -
B /Iftcrrv
Cbvietmae
IT IS OUR i:nt\i:S'l WISH TO YOI.H AMI FOURS.
WE TRUST THAT OOOD III.II SA M A (LAI'S
WILL  H IKE  VOUR CHRISTMAS
A IIAI'I'V ONE.
^^m
So nt In
IV.-.'
"Dtg Six" Christy Mathcwson, base-
Ball's Ktvatcit heic, who for two
(■cars has iouaht it winning light
(gainst tlv while plague, is this
.liristmas season giving his time tn
iclpiitg    sell    Christmas    Seals
, ly and minutely io the nfieda ol the
agriculturist antl country dweller as
doea The Family Herald und Weekly
Star ut   Montreal.    From   Iiis   metllcol
ti> hia religious needs, from the health
ot' his t-toi-k to tlie copabiliUcB of lifd
' machinery, from his ladles' embroidery to their pickles, from the minerals
■ mi thp Inul tn the tish In hia hruoka,
jfram the books of his leisure hours
to tho amusement of his children,
from hu Individual cares to IiIh
public duties, he iiiuls companionship;
help and guidance In tho same old
journal which delighted his lathers
uud is the joy of his children to-day.'
He cannot afford to be without Tlie
: Family Herald at any price. The cost
,ot a year's Bubsciiptlou l« only two
dollars.
SOMETHING FOR HIM
LESTER   CLAPP
Our CORDIAL GREETINGS go OUI  to you in  lhe liopp
Hint the Now Year will he Bigger, Brighter mul
Mure Prosperous than any hefore.
IVW f\feim mw\Aem •***, m   ss*[ftm   it\f,*s   fifes, ,/\frm.et\p*sQ
Only Two More •;
Days For
CHRISTMAS
SHOPPING
Phone :.y.i
OUR T0YLAND IS NOW IN
FULL SWING
COJIE IN AT ONCE A.M) I'HOOSK VOIR QIFtS, BEFORE THK LAST.JUNUTE Rl'SII, AM)
(IKT (1001) SERVICE.
TOYS DOLLS BOOKS FANCY HOODS
CHRISTMAS STATIONERY     MECHANICAL tiooos
GAMES
are all priced at l're-War Values; fifty per cent, lower
than 1921.    Our prices are Itkht, always at Sale Values
TWENTY PER CENT. DISCOUNT
to all buyers for Sunday Schools. Public Schools and
Organizations.
(In-Mum. conu lml our« a jrarimulHi It Huh,,  while I|'« bei-el
aimlliiic Cbt-rpoite a
Uery merry Christmas
Moffat's Variety Store,;
t\m**A' **sji- tnfr«mfrunVmViii^ m*Jm" t\Q
The Grand Finale
k
S GREETINGS g
W THIS IS TO WISH MY  PUPILS, PARENTS AND C$
^ FRIENDS j|
ipQ The Compliments of the Season i^
U 'riiiitiiiing them ior tlieir cordial suppori in the pant, yi.i
i nmi iio|iiii|.., for n conllmcancc of tin* Bnme TB
V^* ilnriiiK the coming Ni w Yenr -Q,
(9 Bruce Robinson S
^ TEACHER OF MUSIC ]S
Wishing You the
Greetings of the Season '
WE  HOST .SINCERELY   THANK .YOU
KOR   VOI It  KIM) PATRONAGE,    ANIl
wlu, always  Appreciate voir
FURTHER ('ONFII)KN('i:.
Economy Plumbing & Heating Co.
I'nip.     -      A. I.elienii
Telephone VI . Opposite Kooleiiii) Onriiign

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