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THE CRANBROOK HERALD
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CBANBROOK.    BRITISH COLUMBIA,
THURSDAY, OCT. 3RD, ,1918
NUMBER 38
BULGARIA SURRENDERS;  TURKEY AND AjgJBfegg FOLLOW
EAST
ANNUAL FALL FAIR
The tlmo of times for Baal Kootenay, their annual agricultural exhibition, for which elaborate preparations liavo been on the wny for some
lime, pasBed off most successfully.
Vory early lu tho morning there
was a heavy mist, but hy nine o'clock
tho sky had cleared nnd the suit ennui
out bright and warm nnd It remained
Ideal weather for an outing ull day.
Tho aeroplane arrived the night lie-
tore und as a lurgo percentage of tho
population of East Kootenay hud
never seen a flight a great deal or Interest was aroused.
Tho crowds began* to flock Into the
city on Tuesday, tho day before the
fair, and by Tuesday night tho hotels
and stopping places were pretty well
filled. The merchants had done a
rushing trade all day and the Rex
theatro was well patronized in the
evening.
On Wednesday morning tho crowd
began coming In from the country and
the multitudes reminded the old-timers of Cranbrook's palmiest days, it
was a happy crow J, a free and easy
crowd, a liberal crowd who hnd gathered trom all parts of East Kootenay
to enjoy a great event, and everybody
was well satisfied with the bill of fare
that had been provided for their entertainment. The city was in aula attire, but might very well have dls-1
played a good deal more bunting.
Thc jitneys began rnnntns to nnd
from the grounds about one o'clock
and they were all kept very busy. It
looked as though there was likely to
be a little friction between thc licensed auto liveries and the W. C. T. U.,
who were running cars, the money
made by them to be used to provide
comforts for our fighting men, but as
there was plenty of business for all,
the live and let live principle prevailed and no trouble arose.
The Mayor declared a civic holiday
for both afternoons ot the fair and the
stores were closed at 1.30 o'clock. The
streets and city were soon deserted
and the big crowd wended its way to
tbe fair grounds, where there was
The Pacific Milk Company had a
splendid exhibit under the charge ot
Mrs. Llddlconlt. Strictly speaking
Pacific Milk Is a 11. C. product and Is
manufactured nt Lndnor, I). C, lt is
owned and controlled by British Columbia oapttal and Is outside the trust.
II has boon the moults or holding down
the price of milk In tho province tor
two years. II Is an absolutely pure
milk, owlnu to a special procoss of
making, which Insures the buyer thai
It fs free from bacteria or harmful
germs. Owing to Its richness lt can
ho whipped like fresh cream, hy a simple process that requires less time
than the Tresh.
The stork exhibit wns good, but not
as large as it should be, and did not
do Justice to tho district from a stock-
raising point of view.
Wednesday evening the city was
crowded, the stores were kept busy,
the theatre was packed and all the
sleeping accommodation was taken up.
In some cases two or three occupied
one bed. There was not a room ln
nny part of the city that could be
turned Into a sleeping compartment
that was not used for thatpurpose,
andthenflvefairvisltors had to be accommodated by the city, who hospitably threw open the doors of the cells
under the city hall, without the usual
charge in the morning-
Further particular!- nf the fair will
ro given next wtck and the arise ll><'
will be published.
'i'he directors of the agricultural °o-
e'ety and the Indcff tigable secretary
dasi.rvc to be congratulated upon lhe
great success or their show.
Their was on'y one hitch In tl.i-ir
proceedings— the Minister of Agriculture was hoi present to otien the
!<-T,ceediugB<-i:f.-' h >r was anyone rent
to take his place, so the show was
opened without the usual ceremony.
Therefore lt Is up to the Herald to
give it an introductory on behalf of
the provincial government
ln these serious but glorious times
when the whole nation is engaged in
the most titanic Btruggle the world
has ever seen. In which victory has at
last .begun to be realised. I am dc<
THK LLOIB GEOBfl*! TYPK
The one thing we will admire in
Lloyd-George tsthat we know
where to find him. He acts definitely. He is no luke-warm weakling. He fights on like our splendid boys are doing despite the 25.
000 cosualtieB since August Oth.
Are you doing your purt as well?
Have you taken your stand on the
thrift question? Have you definitely decided thai out of your gixid returns this year, you will lay by
such-and-such an amount tor a
Victory savings account,
If you have done tiotlilne, In the
matter, yon are not or this Lloyd-
George type. Von have heard the
call to bring you dollars into the
service of the country when she
calls. And having hcuril. you have
not acted. Make the decisive move
won.    Start the rund at once.
KJ. SCHOOL
Mothers who have girls and boys attending school should visit W. D. Hill's
store where for one week only com-
i mencing, Saturday, October 6th a spec-
! lal price or discount ot nt qiarter orf
; or 25 per cent will be deducted trom all
! Boys and Olrls shoes, a J2.00 shoe tor
: 11.50, a MOO shoe for 12.26. Don't over
i look this as It may nerer occur again.
W. D. KILL
fl
i    Frank Izzard, or the Herald stuff.
Law Sunday afte.-foon the new pub- L,, „,,„,„, word tnn „l8 home ,„
He school at Kootonay Orchards was j Woodstocni  0nUrl0| ,„„,   „ls  sister.
ly opened ror the public Instrcctlon | mm R   w   |||Md ^ ^ trnrM
young and for the community | ,|]B  a|BtM>p g,ralllul  wu0|a„,h|r, m
i classics, and the Third Edward Blake
I scholarship In classics and moderns at
tlte  recent matriculation  examinat.
I ions for enrolment   of   students   iu
I Trinity college.
-nlendid exhibition and an excellent | i((t]lte<| beyosui meaajtre tq say to you
program. % l-«n behalf tit the-trrltlsh fSlnmnia
The race program was Interesting Uovornment that we   appreciate be-
and every event well contested.' Thc ] y0nd our ability to express the evidence ol' thrift and Industry that this
great  show demonstrates.     I must
Judges gave perfect satisfaction. Dr.
J. W. Rutledge (starter) H. W. Drew,
Geo. Hogarth, T. N. Parrett and Jos.
Campbell had charge of the race program and W. E. Worden was clerk of
the course, with Fred Ryekman as assistant.
The aeroplane flight took plnco nt
S.80 prompt, when A. Sandhoffer, Instructor of tho Spokane aviation
school, rose from the ground tn his
aeroplane and sailed over the city, encircling the postotflce, flew over Sla-
lervllle. away over the hllla to the
north and west, circled over the fair
grounds from right to left nnd the reverse, rose high in the ntr and tor
BULGARIA HAS SHITt IIKII IIKK
ALLEGIANCE FRO*. TIIK 'rTKTONS
The best newa or the war since
the tlrst battle or the Marne In 191s
was flashed over the wires on Tuesday. The message waa practically
that B itgnrla has surrendered nnd her
territory and resources are delivered
over to the Allies for military purposes. The cable reads:
Bulgaria agrees to evacuate all thc
territory she now occupies in Greece
and Serbia, to demobilize their army
Immediately and surrender all means
all Important strategic points.
Bulgaria also will surrender Iter
boats and navigation on the Danube
and concede to tho nllles free passage
through Bulgaria f,or the development
of military operations. All Bulgaria
arms and ammunition are to be rtor-
ed under the control of the allies, lo
whom is conceded the right to occupy
nil important strategis points.
The Associated Press learns that
tho military occupation of Bulgaria
will be entrusted to British and French
forces, and the evacuated portions or
Greece and Serbia, respectively, to
Greek nnd Serbia troopo.
The armistice means a complete
military surrender and Bulgaria censes to be a belligerent.
All questions of trrltoriol rearrangement In the Balkans were purposely omitted from the convention.
The allies made no stipulation con
corning King Ferdinand, his positions | 8c.hoo, ieanrr „„
being considered an International matter—one "for the  Bulgarians themselves to deal with.
The armistice will remain in operation untl a tlnal general pence Is concluded.    .
Y. M. C. A. N'OTF.8
congratulate you upon your beautiful
city, situated ns It is In one of tlie
best  agricultural   and  fruit   growing
districts In this province, if one is to A ^^ cheerv. comfortable home,
believe the evlder.ee of his senses as, fm )h0M wltnou,'„ „ome. A s00a place
there, has not been a finer display of w sUy wh|]e ,„ |hc citJ. (ur „ d0J. or
fruit ond agricultural produc's on exhibition this year throughout t; a pro-:
vince. I must confess to you, ae-.itle-
men that this Is the first time I have.
of the
U.tereata of the whole district.
Tiio Bchool hi a splendid frame
building on a stone foundation antl
doe - credit to th.? architect Mr.Huteit-
croft, and the builder, Mr. Hill.
Tho;-e was a large crowd present at
tho opening* quite a number driving
out from Crnnbrook.
Mr. II. White, olnlrmrn of the Cranbrook and Distriot school board.toak
charge of the projfvtm.
The first part of the ceremony took
place outside of the sc'aool building,
where :i flag pole over forty feet high
has been erected. Everyliody gathered round thc pole, while the Union
Jack, the flag of the great empire to
which we belong, the flag that stands
for rigfttecugiiesa and liberty, was
raised lo the top; and while the flag
v.';-s lieing raised all Joined heartily
In singing the national anthem. Mr.
white explained that every morning
berore school was eulhd Ihe flag was
to he raised, was to remain flying at'
the time the school Was in scssloi nnd
was to he lowered as soon as the. session was closed.
The crowd filled the school house
which was appropriately decoratod
for the occasion, where a programme
consisting of music and som: anil short
patriotic and congratulating speeches
were made, alter which Mv. White declared tho school duly opene t for public school purposes and fo" the holding of meetings and social gatherings
for the community,
The short talks were alve.i by the
rhatrman, Mr. White, Mr. -llll, the
builder; W. A. Myers, the editor of
the Herald; Rev, Mr. Harrison, Anglican, clergyman; Jv. II. Wilson, a
member or the school I'uar I and Mr.
Gilpin, superintendent i.-' tlte union
Sunday school that win hoi-1 rervlcc
in It every Sdnitnjj afternoon.
Musical selections were rendered by
members of thc choir v.'itch wore appreciated very nmt'il. A e. ileetlon
was taken up -o buv books for Lie
out 110 were
realized. *
The school s- i-id-t In a very c.ins;ile.
lous place like a ctly set upon a hill
a light to llsht.-ti the p-fpie and lb*
plory of a prosp-tn i- ond prng-.v-iaive
district
If you have sheltered and entertained any fair visitors we will be
pleased to linve their names for the
next issue.
John Manning has purchased the
stock ot Ira. R. Manning and will
move Into the store on the corner of
Baker and Armstrong streets next
week.
Mothers who have girls and boys attending school should visit W. D. Hill's
store where for one week only commencing, Saturday, October 5th a special price or discount ot one qurter off
or 25 per cent will be deducted from all
Boys and Girls shoes, a 12.00 shoe for
$1.50, a $3.00 shoe for $2.25. Don't over
look this as It may never occur again. I
W. ». HILL
Gentlemen, do your fighting out InI
the open; It's this secret diplomacy i
that has got the world in ell the trottb-,
le In which it is Involved today. If you,
are engaged In a worthy fight give ua
all a show to witneao your prowess
and If not—bury the hatchet.
Quite a number 6f people from
Cranbrook attended the Creston fair
on Saturday. E. H. McPhee and R. C.
Eakin were among those who drove
over In their cars and they report a
very successful fair. There waa a
much larger number of exhibits than
the directorate expected and the display was excellent. The apple display
was a wonderfully attractive one.
Creston la certainly a great fruit district and when it is fully developed
will market hundreds ot thousands of
dollars' worth of fruit, both tree and
bush fruits annually. Tbe valley ls a
moat extensive one, not one-fourth ot
which l> yet under cultivation, but It
la well -worth driving through aa it la.
A car tad of the fruit ou exhibit at
Creston wai shown at the Cranbrook
fair aad made one of the most attractive exhibits at the show.
i NISEI. THOMPSON OFF TO SIBERIA
T I  /~\ J" Nigel Thompson, who Has been nt-
LtOCal  KJVerjiOW     tendlnt the Sarcee camp at Calgary,
*' spent a few days at his home In the
had the pleasure of visiting your substantial city and 1 am astonished beyond measure at what I see. Had 1
known that Cranbrook was such an
Important business, Industrial, social
twenty minutes at least kept the eyeajmyi political centre (Speaking now in
of the crowd riveted upon him; he I tho l-rond sense cr rational progress
then glided down towards thc ground I and acumen), more attention would
and made a splendid landing Inside the j |luve beo;i paid to your needs trom
show grounds. Everybody expressed . every point of view anil I ussiire you
themselves ns delighted with the nor- gentlemen that the gro:,t work that
nplane flight. i your association Is doing will be fully
The display In the main building | laid bofore thc provincial executive
waa a-remarkably fine one. The fruit and you will he much nioiv liberally
exhibit from Creston wan a great nl-. treated by government In fntui-c than
traction and called forth ninny words, you have lieen in tlte pn-,t. Moreover
of praise. The great variety of apples; I will sec that a good recount of this
astonished those who nre not familiar i ralr Is prepared, well Illustrated and
with what the East Kootenny Is ableI circulated   through   our  agonal s   in
to produce.
The vegetable display wns equal tn
anything that could he seen in a prairie or strictly agricultural district.
There was a beautiful display ol
flowers and plants.
The boys' ami girls' agricultural. Industrial and school exhibits were
very attractive. The manual training
department drew a good deal of attention. There was nn oxceilent exhibit of tine arts and  ladles'  work.
London. Now Vork. Pni-ls and other
parts of tlie world where the great
natural r sources ot British Columbia Should become If tier known,
And in v.- ladles and gentlemou I declare the Ninth Annual Exhibition ot
the East Kootenay AfJfiQUlUtfal Aa-
soclatlor. duly opened ntnl trust llmi
you will all enjoy yom'Mlvel. Aa a
P. S. let tne say that I come armed
with authority rrom tho attorney-gen.
ami to toll you that for tho two days
The rnlllnary department
greatly admired.
wns  nlso ! of Ihe fair the polled Tone of the pro-
vlnco has ausprndod operations.
iWetfjoUtfit Cfntnfi
HARVEST   FESTIVAL
SERVICES
frtitrtag fitxt 11 a.m. $ 7.30 p.m.
Preacher:  Rev. R. W. LEE
YOU are heartily invited
The alleys are now ready for bowl:
ing, and we hope to put on some llvo
schedules this winter. A meeting for
organization will be called in the near
future.
Have you tried your hand with one
or two of our crack checker players?
Why not take out a mombershlp. and
enjoy tbe privileges of the Assocln-
tion; or help In maintains its equipment by donating. It costs money those
days to maintain oven thc
room.
We have the pleasure of having the
rollowing meet in the building;- Ministerial Association, Navy League, St.
John's Ambulance. Tlte Navy League
Is doing remarkably well, but il has to
go some to beat the St. John's Ambulance,
wires.
Most of tbe 8. O. S. boys ure bnck
for school. Keith Wasson, Otto Gill.
Warre-i Spence have Just returned
from the prairies, having done their
bit and leaking fit for the winter's
grind. Bernard Loez U now in Calgary with the Dnlly Herald.
Six. of lhe eight, Earn and Give boys
went over the top, by redeeming their
pledges of $10.00 each before October
1st. Those are Otto Gill. Harold Haslam, Eric MacKinnon, Crossley Taylor
Keith Wesson, John C V. Wnodsj
Great credit la coming to them for
tlieir prompt generosity. Herbert Chester is In Camp at Willow Point, ami
Wi John Pye ia attending the University of a C.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Provenzano entertained the following visitors on fair
days: Mr. and Mrs. Al Ruzzuti and
family. Mrs. Joe Aiello and family,
Mrs. Jas. Crisaflo and family, Mrs.
D. Nicolettl and family, MrB. Quer-
iuo Albi, Mrs. Sariannl, John Basslo,
Frank Vecchio, W. Citra, John Apol-
anl of Fernle and Mr. Mike Provenzano, of Glenllly, B . C.
the
city but weak before leaving tor Victoria, where he will Join the Siberian
corpa. Bt belongs to the hand aud will
accompany the corps aa one of the mos
Hans. He left on Sunday. Keep the
music playing Nigel, victory Is at hand
Ttt the Churchea
XETHODIST~CHCBCH
R*t. B. W. Lee, Pastor.
Mothers who have girls and boys attending school Ehould visit W. D. Hill's
store where for one week only oom-
i-ci.iiin - j mencing, Saturday, October Sth a spec-
! lal price or discount of one quarter off
or 25 per cent will be deducted from all
Boys and Girls shoes, a $2.00 shoe for
$1.50. a $3.00 shoe for $2.25. Don't over
look this ns It may never occur again.
IV. 1). HILL
Dan McDonald has moved out of the I
The ladles of the latter are live j Wentworth hotel and that well known
hostelry Ib now vacant and given up i
to tlte ghosts of the past. It could \
tell some fascinating stories if it could
only speak.
Sunday next Oct. Oth.
11 a. m.—Divine Service
7.30 p. m.—Evensong and Sermon
A hearty Invitation Is extended to
all, especially young men and women.
BAPTIST CHUBCH
Mr. '. P. SlaelaJr, Pastor
Union Services—Baptist and Fret
byte-bus Congregations
12 noon—Sunday School
Both morning and evening services
wll he held In the Presbyterian church
Rev. Hlllls Wright will preach at
both services.
Herald Want Ads Pay
Contributions to the Canadian Patriotic Fund for the montii of September amounted to $946.40, which
brings the total for the ten months beginning Dec let, 1917, to $11,254,110.
Contributions from outside points
were as follows: Otis Staples Lumber
Co. and employees, Wycllffe, $309.25;
Grows Neat Pass Lumber Co. and employees, Wardner, $169.75;; ditto,
$176.25; ditto, $167.25; Wattsburg
Lumber Co. and employees, Wattsburg-, $99.35; Consolidated Mining &
Smelting Co., Klmberley, $36.76; employees Consolidated Mining Co., Kim
berley, $24.50.
Word was received as we went lo
press that Harry Deacon had died in
Montreal from an attack of Spanish
grip. We will publish ipartlcularB
last weak. The bereaved hare the
hiailtaH sympathy ef the community JJg
LOOK! HERE!!
GRAND
Elocutionary   Recital
by the Rev. fa W.LEE
in the Methodist Church
Thurs., Oct. 10th 1918
assisted by prominent
Local Artistes
Part 1
Pari 2
PROGRAMME:-
Selections from R. W. Service's Poems
''Enoch Arden"
by Tennyson
P.iO:EElDSin«ldof sending Xmu Parcels to
THE BOYS AT THE FRONT
£ a dies'   and
Children's Jfats
SMART STREET HATS
AND THE NEWEST PAT-
T E RXS FROM THE
LEADING CANADIAN
AND AMERICAN DESIGNERS, AT VERY REASONABLE PRICES.
L AD IES'
READY - TO - WEAR
GARMENTS
Vou run 'udr-p by the sly-
Its pictured hon smart tlity
arc in character, many other styles tn choose from,
and all the aen shades and
cloths.
McCreery   Bros.
CRAXBROOK'S DBY GOODS & CLOTHISG STORES
How Do  These   Cold
Mornings Strike  You
VOL*    SHOULD   GET    YOUR
Hester   NOW
DON'T   COME   WHEN   THE
BEST HAVE GONE.
Largest assortment ot both coal
and irood to select from
J. D. McBRIDE
PHONE 5 HAKER STREET
□
HOT WATER BOTTLES
There are so many uses for such a household
necessity that no one should deny themselves
of their usefulness.
Ours are sold with an absolute guarantee as
to quality. The seams are reinforced and each
HOT WATER BOTTLE is of full capacity.
Let us show you our complete line of rubber
goods.   We feel sure it will appeal to you.
CRANBROOK DRUG & BOOK COY
«. J. \T( HIHON, M-T.
nay Phone U.
Night Phone SM
Soldiers'
Christmas
Cheer
DANCE
CLUBHOUSE
WVUIFFE.I.C.
Wed., October 9th,
1918
TIM,, 11,00.     tare Led, Uc PAQE TWO
THE CRANBROOK HBRALD
THURSDAY.    OCTOBER    Uni,    101S
Cranbrook Herald
Published Every Thuraday by
TIIK  CRANBROOK  HKItAI.II,   LIMITED
W. A. MYERS,     :      ;      : .Managing Editor
Advertising  Kates  on   application.    Changes fur Advertising MUST be In
this    office    Wednesday    noon    the current   week   tu   secure   attention.
CRANBROOK, BRITISH COLUMBIA, Till ItSIIAY.   OCTOBEjt   SKI).   ISIS
DISTRICT LEDGER'S BUNCOME AM) CAMOUFLAGE
The District Ledger, oi' Fernie, is gloating inordinately over
ihe fact, that it has been selected by the provincial governmeni
to publish liie provincial tax sale notice for the Fort Steele
Assessment district A recent arrival in the province to resurrect a paper whose mission is like milt) a parish church magazine, preaching the dootrlneB of hell, however, rather than
those of heaven, it is very much like a repetition of history—the
wise men from ibe eusi outwitting Herod. Hut why should they
not rejoice? Have they mil got away with tbe loot
Would not lie human if they did not make merry
a damsel or two, antl a case of wel goods or
ESTABLISHED    I 8 7 S
IMPERIAL BANK
OF CANADA
BUSINESS ADVANCES
Growing bittineit concern*, partnerthipt and corporation* who
detiro ui ndranco for legitimate purpoaea should conault our local
manager and diacuaa tho matter with bin
CRANBROOK BRANCH,
B. E. HOWARD,	
Manager.   I
more than the circulation of the Ledger among those affected
by the sale.     The Herald should get better suppoii from the
district and should never have to tighten Its belt or go hungry
and it has every confidence that it will get the support such an
important district should give its local paper.   Influences are
at work that will make it impossible for designing politicians
to put over anything like so bntefaee a jobbery again.   Tlie mec-
Thev I hanlcal equipment of the Herald is equal to that of Ibe Ledger
Bach with ag far a8 getting out an advertisement of that kind is concerned
two and $2500,00: nm| we have on our staff an operator who can set rings around
of tbe farmers' hard earned money thrown into their laps by an I u,e |)ov who operates the linotype in the Ledger office.
Indulgent providence, life ought to lie a dream to all who have!    on this phase of the question lei us read what ibe Fernie
put up so successful a frame up.     Wc don't begrudge them free Press has to say:
tlie money, neither do we lament be cause the Herald didn't gel
even a look iu but we protest because of Ihe rank injustice of
the thing to the farmers who are being driven from their homes
in order to provide them with their carnival.
If L. P. Sullivan, who was always a good scout and who was
a dyed iu the wool Grit, got a generous slice of it, we wish to
congratulate him. Had the Liberals backed him up, as they
should have done antl kept him in Cranbrook to print them a
real live newspaper, so that the loot would have been spent
in this city Instead of the coal begrimed foreign camp at Fernie, we would only have bad half tlie cause for a protest.
The distracted Ledger claims to have "a larger circulaton than
all other papers in the district combined." So has the London
Times, but neither tlie Ledger nor the Times—nor both together
—have one paper circulating to Ihe Herald's fifty among thoBe
whose property has been so ruthlessly and so impolltically put
up for sale.
The Ledger says: "Unfortunately for Ihe Herald its circulation covers only a few hundred copies, its financial colidi-
lion is so (ottering that according to its own editorial admission
of a week or two ago It had difficulty in raising enough money
lo pay wages from weelt to week; its mechanical equipment is
not at all suited for tlte turning out at such short notice so large
an advertisement, its management is a conglomerate of politicians, and all In all the department knew it was unsuited for the
work.
We regret to say that tbe circulation is not as large as it should
be antl Ihat we are forced to live from hand to mouth, but that
Is no reason why an attempt should be made to starve us to
death.   Also our "lew hundreds" are just so many "hundreds"
andClofboJ^LLKl^
We Are PRACTICAL
Clock   Makers
nmi only bqII whiW we can guctranteo
HT      TRY US      -*M
11(1  roi oivo
POPULAR
al Mas tion
PRICES
Raworth Bros.
It was decided to Increase the montii
ly subscription to the Prisoners of
War Fund from 84.00 a month to (10.
TO OUR READERS
There are a thousand dollars on our
books for past due subscriptions. We
need that money in our treasury to
satisfy the just and urgent demands
of our creditors. Each separate account for BUbscripltlon is a very small
one, but they amount up to a substantial sum to the Herald. If your subscription is due, kindly remit before the
end of the month and we will lie ever
so much oblidged.
'"PO every home there comes a time when
every thought, every hope, every prayer
for the future centres on the recovery of one
loved one. In that hour of anguish, every
means to recovery is sought—the highest medical
skill, trained nurses, costly treatment. Does
the price matter ?
*      *       *       *
It may be so great as to stagger the imagination—a sum beyond the possible.
But does anyone ask, " Can we do it ?"
Money or no money, they do it.   And somehow they pay.
It may mean doing without things they
think they need. Jt may mean privations,
sacrifices, hardships. They make unbelievable
savings, they achieve the impossible, but they
get the money to pay,
*       *       *        *
To-day in this critical period of our nationhood, there is imperative need for MONEY—
vast sums of money.
Only one way now remains to obtain it.
The nation must save, every community,
every family, every individual Canadian must
save.
If anyone says "I cannot save" let him consider to
what extent he would pinch himself to relieve the sufferings of a loved one at home; and surely he would not
pinch less for our fighting brothers in France.
Without suffering actual privations, nearly every
family in Canada can reduce its standard of living, can
practice reasonable thrift, can make cheerful sacrifice to
enrich the life-blood of the nation.
You who read this, get out pencil and paper NOW.
Set down the items of your living expense.   Surely you
will find some items there you can do without.
Determine to do without them.
Start TO-DAY. Save your money so that you may be
lo a position to lend it to your country in its time of need.
rut.ll.ked under tke Authority i
Ttie Mtuiilei Of I'tu.u..
ul Csuadu.
I*
BBS,
SOME EQUIPMENT
It had not been our intention to say anything about that "Tax
sale deal" which A. I. put through with the District Ledger (anything is liable to happen on the other man's deal) but when that
propaganda organ of bolshevism crawls from under the dung
heap of Socialism, where it has been buried in silence for three
years, and states that it received the advertising simply because
It was the only paper in the district suitable quipped to get it out,
we feel that in justice to ourselves we ought lo say something
about equipment. Either the Cranhroolt Herald or the Free
Press could have published this statement, as they have on
previous occasions, without any extra staff or equipment, but
it Was necessary for the Ledger to bring Frank Newnham from
Calgary, a machinist operator from Seattle and borrow a press
man from this office several limes in order to handle this won
derful job. The Cranbrook Herald was quite right in its reasons
why the Ledger got the advertising.     A. I. sees breakers ahead.
We need say nothing about the Herald's "conglomerate management except this: The Herald has evidently touched a very
sore spot in the proud flesh of the machine politicians who have
forced themselves to the front as Liberals and have proved themselves to be Bolshiviks. Well, "lei the galled jades wince, our
wethers are unwrung."
The Ledger protests, and we do declare it protests too much,
agaiitBt the charge that its influence has been sought and bought
by the Liberal machine of Fernie riding, for the words of protest
are no sooner uttered than they are followed by this unqualified
endorsation of the government, not because of their action in
selling out the farmers, but on their general policy. "If tlie government of British Columbia cannot have any stronger charge
brought against it than selling out these lands that government
should long receive the support of the people of British Columbia. I and it  is hoped to nialtp the coming
The Ledger's whole article is a pieee of special pleading in r0""ovon rao"0 sucessfttl than the past
defence of the government who have entered into a conspiracyono' A™""*0"""'*8 are being made to
,        ,  .,     , - ... have a course of lecturers on "First
to rob the treasury for party political purposes. Aid .to the    Injured"   given   before
In conclusion, we will continue to damn the Kaiser, the Hoi- j t'liristmus and on  "Horne Nursing*
nfter Christmas.
Before the meeting closed a hearty ;
vote of thanks wns passed to tlie retir-;
Inn President, Miss McLennan, for the'
work done so well and so willingly j
during tlte past your, also to the retir- j
ins Sec'y-Treas. Miss Harrison, dur-(
itiK the past four yenrs-.
Mr. F. w. Burgess veory kindly j
audited the hooks for the past year
and found same correct
TO OUR JOll OFFICE I-ATK0N8
It Is atmolutely neeesanry for tlie
financial itabllity or the Herald ttml
nil orders for Job work lo 1m» paid for
on n cash delivery hauls. (Juite a large
amount of money Is outstanding for
jot) work and we must insist upon
these BOOOlltltB bi'lii;; paid. We pay
our mechanics and staff weekly and no
matter how mueh we would like to wc
caitnot afford to (hi :i credit huHtiiean
in the Job department.
Kindly Lear this In mind nnd hell
us all you can.
The Bee rotary-Treasurer, having
read tho minutes which wore adopted
as read, gave the following report on
tho work of the past year:-
Articles shipped:-     L'77 pairs soeks.j ,n  tho (^unty (-0lirt of Wost Koot
2.1 Laundry bags and 500 hooks to the1
Convalescent Homo at Halfom', D. C.
NOTICE
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meeti tn the
Parish Hall
first Tuesday
afternoon of
every month
at 3 p.m.
Pres., Mrs. EJ.
H. Leaman
Secy, Mrs, J. W. Burton, P. O. Box 621.
All ladies cordially Invited.
The balance on hand ai the time of
last annual meeting was $1,58 nnd the
deposits for the year amounted to
|1161.6fl making a total of |1168.14
which was expended »•- rollows:-
Prisoners of War Kund ?48.24, Belgian Itelief Fund $110.24, Local V. M.
G. A. $5.00, Rent Rex Theatre $30.00,
llritish Red CrOBtf'Tag" Day $50.15
Canadian Field Comforts Commission
50.10, Telegrams $1.00. Itent Auditorium $10.00. Halifax Relief Ass. $25.02,
V. M. C. A. Campaign-*! 100.00, J. A. Mol-
letir $1.20, Tags 20.04. Wool $130.44,
St. John Ambulance Brigade Hos. Eta-
piles, France $375.04, Cranbrook Herald, Ltd. $9.40. McCreery Bros. $29.59,
City Transfer and Whs. Co. $2.00 Beat-
tie-Murphy Co. $3.75, "Camouflage"
Sale $20.00. Cranbrook Drug & Book
Co. $1.10. Balance In Rank $190.77 .
Total $1103.14.
The president than called for tlie
election of officers for the ensuing
year. Tlte following officers were elected :-
Honorary President, Mrs. P. W.
Green; President, Miss Hallamore;
Vice-President. Miss Paterson; Sec'y-.
Treas, Miss Cartwrlght; Executive)
Committee, Misses Woodland and Har-j
risen.
Several  new  meitfbers have joined J
enay, holden nt Cranbrook, B. *'.
Between  Baker  &  Edwards,    Plaintiffs, and The Unionist Investment
Co., Defendants.
Under and by virtue of a WVlt of
Execution issued out of the above
Court, dated August 30th, 1917. in the
above cause, and other Executions, to
me directed, upainst/fhe goods and
chattels of the above defendants, I
have seized, and will sell by auction
on the premises, at Wivaa, B. C, on
Wednesday, the 9th day of October,
1918, the entire contents of tlie Wasa
Hotel, Including Mason & Rlsch Piano,
Standard Visible Oliver Typewriter
No. 5, electric fans, furniture, etc.,
and contents of general store on same
premises. ,
Terms, cash. Inventory can be seen
at office of Harvey & Co., Cranbrook,
and at my office in Court House at
Nelson. B. C.
JAMES H. DOYLE.
Sheriff of South Kootennv.
Nelson, B. C, Sept. ISth, 1918.
shiviki, the District Ledger, Dr. King, the member for Fernie
and every other influence, passive or active, big or little, Ihat
Is operating against the interests of Cranhrook ami the surrounding district.
Shake off
the Burden
of Ill-Health
if you are
Weak*
Anemic,
Nervous,
Run-down
WAR mm OF TIIK  WKKK
The British have broken the power
of the Turkish resistance in Palestine
A force or 40.000 Turks linve been
captured.
The French Ituve advanced south of
St. .Quentin and that stronghold is
now In danger. St. Quentin is one of
tlie main defences on the Hindenhurg
line and is now surrounded on three
sides. The most desperate fighting of
the war lias taken place around this
point during tlie week. Hand to hand
fighting right out ln thc open
characterized this terrific struggle.
The German troops have been compelled lo counter attack fiercely in
order to save an utter route. When
St. Quentin Is taken the Huns will be
forced to retire from France and give
up most of their Belgian territory.
Tho Americans, are making progress with the Investment or Aletz.
They are bombarding It night and day
with heavy urtillery. Tlie aerial
corps is also doing great execution
against .Met/..
A British Columbia airman. Major
Reginald Collinshnw, or Nanalino.
has destroyed Til enemy machines.
Nearly 400 people have been killed
by an explosion In au Austrian 11111-
There are mony people who praiseI munition factory.    It's a pity ft was
God from whom all blessings flow and | not MO-000.
then proceed to waste them. I    I,,°0,i  riots  nre occurring  In  tier-
many. ,
Tlie Roumanian Queen is ready to
Jameson's
BAKING   POWDER
Feather Light
JAMESON'S
JAVA AND   MOCHA
COFFEE
JAMESON'S
TEA
JAMESON'S
EXTRACTS
The users   are   the   Con-
nolseurs.
THRIFT I'AKAHRAI-HN
Patches  In  war-time are
evidence of patriotism.
I't'tcn  an
Saving brings its own reward compounded.
Tbe Teutonic peoples have l.ullt up
great  military machine   and   are
trained and forced to deny themselves
In tho allied nations the denial Ih left
largely to the individuals.
take up arms against Germany. A
Joan of Arc stunt may be pulled ore
yet before tlie war Is over.
The  Bulgarians  are  as  ready   ns-
thc Austrians to sue for peace.
ANNUAL MEETING OK ST. JOHN
'    AMBULANCE  ASSOCIATION
The fourth annual meeting of the St.
The measure of you love or freedom Is your willingness to deny yourself so that the strength of the nation | John Amhulanco Association was held
for war effort will be increased.        I in the V. M. C. A., on Tuesday oven.
  ! ing, Sept. 17, 1018.
Self-denial must take the form of The president, Miss McLennan, huv-
money-saving—thrift. ' '"K called the meeting to order, ou be-
.—j^^.^^,^.^-—;^————.^j—- j half of tho association extended tlie
~" warmest thanks to nil the citizens of
The Chinese wood cutters of Kaslo | cranbrook who assisted In various
are talking of boosting up tho price ■ ways to make tho past year such ■■
of wood cutting for the denlsons of j successful one ln every way. Miss Me-
that burg to $2.25 per cord. Wood Lennnn also thanked all the members
cutting Is one of the best exer-'lses the . of the Association for their hearty CO-
house holder can indulge In. it brings operation during her term of office and
into play almost every muscle of t lie 1 asked tho Hiinw coiiulduratimi for bar
body and creates brain activity an I eucctaenr a» she did not wish to be iv-
MIL I
WRIGLEYS
"Heavy, heavy hangs over
your head."
"0.1 know what It is. daddv!
You held it too close and I
smell it-lt'S WRIGLEY'S!"
I.AIDLAW & DEWOLF
Ciill un Mlilnr Engineers
B. C, Lind Surveyors.
CRANBROOK, B. C.
Ors. Green & I'liirKinnnn
Physicians umi Sllrici s
oiiluc at residence, Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICE HOURS
l"ori ms   0,00 in 1000
Attornoon-   3,00 to  4.00
Evenings 7.30 to  k.:io
Sundays   a.BO to   4:10
CRANBROOK, B.C
KUVC
1.0.0. r.
ITV MMM'K,
No. 43
@£b
Meets   every
Monday night
•t Fraternity
Hall.     Sojourning   Oddfellows
cordially Invited.
B, II. MoPliec,      J.W. Secoce,
Secy. ft. O.
lUt. F. II. MILES
. DENTIST
Office In Hanson Block
OFFICE HOUR8
9 to 12. a.m.
1 to    6 p.m.
CRANHROOK, B.C
UMKBROOK   COTTAGE
HOSPITAL
Private Nursing Homo
Licensed by Provincial Govt.
Maternity and General Nursing
Massage and Rest Cure, Highest
References, terms moderate.
Apply Mrs. A. Crawford, Matron
Phone 259 p. 0. Box 846
Address, Garden Ave. Cranbrook
thi: home BAKERY
HoM. Frame, Prop.
~"resh Bread, Cakes, Pies
snd Pantry
Phono 37
Nbrbury Ave.      Opp City Hall
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, B. C.
Meeta every Tuesday at 8 p.m In
tbe Fraternity Hill
R. C. Carr, p. p. .,.
C. H. Collins, K. R. & s.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited to attend.
OVERSEAS CLUB
Meets In Maplu Hall second
Tuesday ot every month at I
p. m.
Membership open to British
citizens.
Visiting numbers cordially
welcomed.
E. y Brake.       s. P. Lower,
Prealdent. Secretary
CHAS. «. PAKKEK
Forwarding and  Distributing
Agent (or
Lethbrldge aid UraenhUl Coal
^ Imperial Oil Co.
Dlitrbutloa Can a Specialty.
Itni) Ina- and Transferriii)-
Olven prompt attention
Phone 88
The Shoe Specialist
.101'! MARAPODI
Satisfaction (Jnaranteed
iieadquurters tor all kind! ot
Repalra
F. M, MACPHERSON
Undertaker
Phone ,1iil
Norbnry Ate, neat lo Clly Hall
Montana Keslauranl
Meals at All Hoars'
Cigars, Cigarettes and Candy
CRANBROOK STREET.
Opposite the Bank ot Commerce
1       J. F. DEACON
Automobiles for hire.. .Boats
on Oreen Bay In Connection.
PHONE S.I      CRANBROOK
If vou want satisfaction
witli vour waehlnsr
send lt to
MONTANA I.ACNBRY
SDoclal orlces for fainllv
, work
DR. DeVAN'S FRENCH PILLS «
<iiliUiiK Till for Wouiun.  $a 11 bux »r Uirx) io'
it»,,8oli| »L nil iiriij- bIom-h. or MHiic.11-> any
Vim wd
WUlltftfor None and HmId; tneiMiM'-gn*
■Mttr'-a Tonliv-will build yim up. |l w, \>m,ot THURSDAY,    OCTOBER    3rd,    1018
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
PAGE THREla
/'.iu ,1/lllW /.'»!> for Womtlt KllO prijcr II long w«i/> Willi linrrirj) or inritnim ntirrolo lor.
Mail, vi iill leathers 8 itch n Q inch height, Ijltlil or Ctl'ml li'rli, fi to tin
Solving the Nation's Shoe Problem
AARGE section o{ thc Canadian public depends upon
this company for shoes. Our financial resources antfbuy-
ing power are greater by f.-ir than those of any other
Canadian manufacturer of shoes; our volume of output is more
than twice that of any other. Our sales organization covers the
nation from coast to coast, not merely a small section at a time.
Our six branches maintain adequate stocks within the reach
of every dealer in Canada, and are now serving more than
5.000 dealers, enabling them to fill orders quickly and to cut
down tlie amount of idle stock on their shelves.
We are making every effort to use this power to help solve the big
problem of providing enough good quality shoes to goaround.   In the
face of an actual scarcity of leather, it is difficult; but it can be done if
you will co-operate with us.   Buy wisely, for service rather than merely
V, for style, and sec that the shoes you buy are stamped with the manu
facturer's trade-mark.
AMES HOLDEN McGREADY
L1M1TBD
"Shoemakers to the Nation"
ST.JO:.N       MONTREAL
WINNIPEG    EDMONTON   VANCOUVER
—1/11* Trade*mark on every eole
l^tfocal and personal
Kiiliy f.ames pictures.
Save for Victory.
insure with Deale & Elweli.
; Dick Bevan, of Creston, was u visitor
j nt the fair.
■    P,  R. Pike, of Victoria. II. C. is a
I business visitor in town.
The firct dollar saved ia often  the
rirst step on the road to afrluence.
Pinch your expenditure a Ittttfl and
you will find It will pay.
Who fa need of a purgp-
tivt, do not retort to violent catiartics,.fcit take the
gentle, littoral laxative-
Bcechams
Pills
UrtMl jhU mt nr Mitficte. (. tU W«M,
MdntrNliirt,   tmttsmmX,
I     Save to lend to your country when
lit calls.
Slioe repairs, all kinds-     Star Shoe
; Shop, opposite depot.
Saving will provide both an umbi-e-
| Ha and a mackintosh for a rainy day.
j    If you don't live within you nteaus
■ you must live on tho means of others,
hive  within your means and  vour
| mean's will he increased.
]    Get your laces and shoe polish at
i the Star Shoe Shop, opposite depot.
i H, E. Sainsbury made two entries at
1 tho Nelson fair for extracted honey
and KOt first prize in each case.
! Dr. Henderson of Creston. brother
! of Cranbrook's postmnster is tn town
1 visiting the fair.
j Percy Wetherall has been heard
1 from as having landed safely In Kn«-
} land.
Rev. Hlllls Wright preached at Crouton last Sunday, Kev. Mr. Pow taltlng
his services here.
fe1.™
YOUR EYES
are the most valuable posses-
sloa you have. You cannot
afford to strain them or to
take any chanres with them
In any way.
If yon hare eoiitlnous lieini-
aehes If you feel an eye strain
come In and let us trite you a
preliminary examination llu-u
we will tell you whether you
need glasses or some treatment
GRADUATE OPTICIANS
only should ever attempt to
measure the eyes. YY eiiuly
have the skill and knowledge
but the fullest eqnlpment at*
Instruments for this purpose.
WthMUson
ffl>ft. OI'TH'l.tX
I II jour Itimf leaks get II attended
to liy \Y. J. Selliy ef ('ranbrook. old
Hoofs of every description repaired and
coaled .villi Improved Asplinll IVin-
rut anil Warranted light.
tljll lor Itlll square feet.	
if
A Delicate
REMINDER
"There If a liltle matter that
$omo of our cu$tomer$ have
loeminsly forgotten entirely.
Jomc of them have innilc u$
mony promise*, but Imve not
kept them. To u$ it 1$ a very
Important matter- 11$ tiecejjary
In our bu$lne$$. We are very
modejt nod don't like to $peak
about It.
Address all nunmunlcailotiK
F. PARKS & CO.
Hardware & Mill Supplies
Cranbrook    -     B.C.
"WHITE"
SEWING MACHINES
MADE IN CANADA
FOR  CANAOIAN HOMM
WILL GIVE YOU
COMFORT
EASE AND
REAL PLEASURE
WHILE SEWING
'#:<.
Csn you think ot any rcsson why
there should not be one In your
home ?
W.    Uoraa.    rrenbrook    kttti
Tils':
COEUR D'ALENE
Spokane, Washington
TIIK lion:I, WITH A
niltSONAUTY
Tills house Iihh thi
happy 'Ilt-tltictlnn ot he*
Iiik tht: fRvorlle itop-
pliifc place In Hpnknue
for the peoplQ ot UrltUU
t'olunililrt We appreciate
thin pntrouago and do
everytliiiin In our power
to make you comfortable.
Our location la excellent —
t-loao to Great Northern Station
and O. W. It. & N- Mllwauke,
terminal, and within a mlonte'a
walk from the principal business
houses and places of amusement.
Nne Mtoamiihtn on Roof
■->
Some Residential Snaps
Offered by
Beale & Elweli
2 Cottages on Cranbrook Street
2 lots, only $850.00
One cottage alone Is worth tho
price not to  mention  the  lots.
.-» roomed Cottage in Fall-view
Addition, cost |1500, can ho
bought   for 1800.00
ti roomed Cottage on Lumsdem
Avenue In good condition, cheap   j
at    *100fl
Modern Cottage on Cranhrook
Street fonMDOO. This 1- n real
|Mp.
7 roomed, two story modern residence on Burwell avenue 2 Iota,
house cost $1U0l). tiiliHNi buy8
properly.
ti roomed Cottage or. Hanson
Avenue, only    if 1100
A very confortable modern Cottage on Burwell Avenue, up-to-
date  In every  respect $1500
7 roomed two story residence on
Armstrong Avenue s#l*MM*
If -rou   want   a   home  rail  on
IIKAt.K   AND   KMVKM-
Terms enn alwnya be mat) god
to suit purchaser.   Title-, guaranteed in all cnoel by
Beale & Elweli
Furnished or imfiirnlshi'il rooms
especially satiable for hnrlir.
tors, Inrlndintr heat, lluhl »ml
water.
MODKKN   lllll'SKS   TO   IIKNT
-     J
iTRY A IIKHAI.lt WANT All.
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
or Canada Limited
Office, smelting and Refining Department
TRAIL, BRITISH COLUMBIA
SMELTFRS     AND     REFINERS
Piiri-luiHflr of Oold, Sliver, Copper, Lead and Zinc Ores.
Ttthanac Brand Pig Lead, Blueutoie, Spelter and Copper
Eddie Hannah has beau awarded
his first class certificate for the wireless service. He is now cruising on a
battleship off the Mexican border.
Thc ladles aid of the Methodist
church will moot at the home of Mrs.
Owen, Fenwlck Ave. on Tuesday. Oct.
Sth, at :'. o'clock.
The chickens ran to cover in great
alarm at Slaterville, when the bird
man flew over them. Evidently they
wondered what kind of a hawk had appeared ln the sky.
('ranbrook boys are doing their bit
at the front. Many have made the
supreme sacrifice and a large number have heen wounded. We won't
forget what they have done and are
still doing.
We have just received word from |
Yarmouth. N. S.. that Charles Church-j
111 Richards, the president of Mlnard's j
Liniment Company, one of our esteemed advertisers, died on Sent. IS at \
tlie age of t»5 years. The press of Can- !
ada will express heartfelt sympathies •
It. W. Kdmondeon has received a
letter from Jimmy Lund and a German!
belt as a souvenir "Gott Mlt tins" Is
inscribed on the buckles. It looks as
though Gott Is mit the Huns alright.j
but he has them by the scuff of the
neck und is about to drop them into
the hell hole of their own creating.
A meeting ot the members and adherents of Knox church will be held
immediately following tlte evening ser- j
vice of next sabbath, Oct. 6th, tor the]
purpose of considering what action
should betaken ragnrdlng the presby- j
tery's citation to appear In view of ihe
call to tho Rev. Hlllls Wright from ,
Knox church, Grand Forks,
J. V. Deacon is In the Market to buy
beef cattle and the firm he Is buying
for nre paying the vary hlgeet price.
He .hipped a fine bunch of cattle to
Calgary last week. If yon hav* any
cattle to -.ell, get a price on them town
Mr. Deacon.
We are always pleased to do business wtth a smiling cottnteaancc with
any one to whom the Herald can
be of service, but if such a one trios to
occupy the editorial coat we will most
graciously and politely and firmly how
him out at the front door. If that is
not sufficient, why our fighting editor
is right on the Job. Tbe Interests ot the
Herald as well as the Interests of Cran.
brook and vicinity must be protected.
Piano lessons by arrange*
ment. Phone 484, or call at
209 Hanson Ave. Miss Lois
Gamble. 33-4t
KI»IONI)SON.S DANCE OBWE8TW
Now Open for Engagements.    One to
Four Piece*
The Music with the PEP.    For Terms
Apply
MRS. KIWONDSOX
or phone 320 fraabrook, B. C.
THE NAME
Alvin E. Perkins
Willi the 30 rears' ot valuable factory
nnd other unci lance, stead tor pet-
itlvely thu best In the profession ot
Tuning & RefMsMug,
of PIANOS
Honesty of Purpose and Ceeecteattoaa
Workmanship, and strongly *4mm4
hy the best authority in Caaatti
piano manufacturers who are pernV
lively particular where they put their
signature.
As follows: Helntinun 6 Ca,
Morris ft Kara Co., Qourlay Piano
Co., Dominion Piano Co., Newcombe
Piano CO., Fletcher Bros., Gerhard
Helntzman House, Vancouver, Prof.-
3, D. A. Tripp, Vancouver; Mason k
Rlsch Co.
ATTENTION- Mr. Perkins la Uta owing to illness In hie hone, bat will
bo in the city not later the* test.
ember.
W. J. Manley, Chief Dispatcher, C. P.;
It., left Sunday for Edmonton to fill a j
similar position. Mr. Manley has been
In Cranbrook for four years tind has
identified himself with both the
bMstnest- and social interests ot the
city. Mrs. Manley and family leave
about thc 16th to join him in Edition -
ton.
Word has been receleved from Mrs.
.!. P. McMahon from Richmond, Col.,
that Mr. J. P. McMahon, an old timer
of this district passed away on the
morning of Sept. 19, at a hospital in
Oaklanl, and that his remains would be I
taken for burial to his old home In
Grand Forks, North Dakota. Mr. Mc-
Mnhon's many friends in this district
extend their sympathy to the bereaved.
We had brought to our office by Jos.
Jackson a pall of apples—only four
apples filled the pail, grown by F. W.
Little, Mayor of Creston. who before
prohibition was too busy, but now hap
lots of time to look after his special
strain of apples. One apple makes '■'■
pies—great apples for these war times
Now is tbe time to get up and hollc
for the fruit growing pos-*iHHtie$ of
this glorious climate.
Mrs. Campsall brought to the office
Monday a turnip weighting ti 1-2 lbs. (
and 46 inches around, grown on laud
without irrigation, on the Camiwali
ranch five miles trom town. Mrs
Campsalll has a splendid garden. Or
course she pnt a lot ot work on it to
keep it free from weeds and give tlie
vegetables a chance to grow. Beets,
sugar beets, peas and beans and other
vegetables were an attraction for
many.
In order to prevent the spread of
Foul Breed among bees in :ertaln
districts of the province of British Columbia by the movement of bees from
one part of the province to another
the provincial government has oh .wed
an order-in-council empowering Foul
Brood Inspectors to issue certificate*
and to require beekeepers or other pev*
sons who sell, barter or give away
colonies ot beets or any comb, honey
or appliances In connection with fauk
to produce a certificate ot Inspection
as to freedom of disease.
r	
Tlie Salvation Army makes a last
but strong appeal to the citizen< of;
Cranbrook to assist In its ambulance!
work at the front; the fact thnt the,
Kaiser has banished the Salvation Army from Germany and confiscated Its
property ought to he enought to stir'
the heart of every true Briton to their
utmost to help. The Salvation Army'
was the flrstorganizatlon to engage in
work amongst the men of the Allies to!
help sustain the morale or the army
and today it has 1200 uniformed work-
ers at the front In their own lints and'
Hostels with their ambulances etc. be-
sidea one hundred thousand who are
fighting.    What will yoa dn to help!
" HARTT''
SHOES
For Men & Women
There are  no   better
Shoes made and the
price  is  low for
GUARANTEED
::     QUALITY     ::
Registration ol
United States Citizens
Male citizen, of the United States living iu Canada of AGES
21 to 30, both inclusive. JUST REGISTER BY REGISTERED POST with the registrar uud»r liie Military Service
Act of the district in which thev live, uuiuig the TEN DAY?
NKXT FOLLOWING SEPTEJfHER 2»tb. 191S: and inch
CITIZENS OF THE AGES IH. 20 and :tt'*4. bnth inclusive,
muat so register during the tea .lavs neit FOLLOWING
OCTOBER 12th, l«1i).
It must be emphasized that THIS INCLUDES AMERICANS
LIVING IN CANADA OF THE ABOVE AGES. MARRIED
AND SINGLE, AND INCLUDES ALSO ALL THOSE WHO
HAVE SECURED DIPLOMATIC EXEMPTION OR HAVE
REGISTERED WITH AN AMERICAN CONSUL, OR HAVE
REGISTERED FOR MILITARY SERVICE IN THE UNITED
STATES.
Registration letters may be banded to local postmasters
for despatch to tbe proper registrar, under the Military
Service Act.
MILITARY SERVICE BRANCH
Notice-Military Service Act, 1917
Men Exempted As Farmers
Having in view tbe importance of leaving a sufficient number of men on those farms which arc
actually contributing t" the national food supply,
notice is hereby given as follows:
1. ALL MEMBERS OK CLASS l  1'nssKsSING EXEMP
TION AS PARMBRS, which is expiring, and WHO WISH TO
REMAIN  EXEMPT. SHOULD ■■nun licate with the regis
trnrs under the Military Service Acl OF THEIR RESPECTIVE DISTRICTS. REQUESTING AN EXTENSION IN
TIME OF SUCH EXEMPTION. Qnestionalrei will thereupon
he issued to these men by the registrar and they will receive
further exemption upon furnishing satisfactory proof thai
they are contributing snlfiriently to the national food supply.
2. In order to facilitate productive employment during the
winter months ,MF.N EXEMPTED AS FARMERS SHOULD
APPLY TO THE REGISTRARS FOR PERMITS TO EN
GAGE FOR THE WINTER IN SOME OCCUPATION Ol
NATIONAL INTEREST. SUCH AS LUMBERING, MUNI
TION WORK, ETC. Such permits will serve to enable exempted farmers to pursue other useful occupations for the
months during which farming operations cannot lie carried
nn.
MILITARY SERVICE BRANCH      '
Herald Want Ads Pay PAGE FOUR
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
THURSDAY,    OCTOBER    3m,    1918
KEEP YOUR STOVE BRIGHT
Black Knight
STOVE POLISH
A few minutes with a cloth,
and Black Knight makes
your stove look bright
and attractive. Can be
used on either warm
or cold stove. Black
Knight will not burn
—and is dustless.
w r.r.osLUv
ontKsvmossLiB.
MAMILTON.CWWOA
brook aro spending tho weekend the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Blrnie,
Aberdeen unto and livery sanitarian,
boosting the Cranbrook Fair,
Miss Bessie Pye, of Pornlo, was
down to Elko for the weekend visiting the Blrnles.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jaok Graham and daughter, nnd Mr. George Mellett motored lo Roosviiie Saturday.
.\.:..        .::. . ■■■-. :.i(.;::..in.:
JCappcnmgs Vhroughout   uhe
^District
Contributed by Our Regular-
Correspondents
WARDNEII NOTES
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Brown, 0. W.
Lesselyotfg mid Tony Thompson re-
tiirned hom« Saturday from » week's
visit In Lethbrldge. Mr. Brown our- j
chased il new Grey Dort Tourli-g car
while in Lethhridge.
Tho Misses Miller Barner and Dor-
othy and Margaret Feldhausen spent
Sunday oat at Johnson's 1-alto; they I
report having had a lovely time.
Many people lofl Wardner i
the big Tali at Cranbroolr.
Howard Ahnnstrong and
Barrow were visitors in town
day.
Art Moran of Bull River, was in
town on a pleasure (rip Sunday,
Mr. and Mrs. R Thompson returned
heme from Creston, Monady ufter
having spent a two weeks' visit with
Mrs. Thompson's parents.
The hig Red Cross Social given j
Thursday evening iu the Club Hall
proved a wonderful success. At tho I
eloBe of t'.e social the sum of $»» was [
realized, this sum of course is yery'j
good for the size und population of j
Wardner.
• ELKO NOTES *
• By Fred Roo •
• •••••••••
Count Von Iloffenhelmer and Baron
Wefner Si.feklefrltz ragistorod In Elko
last wee, takiri views of the mountain
Bcenery. If our old College Chum R.
F. Green, M. P., had Iiis way, men with
8 name like that would be working on
tho Government roads under a guard.
Fred Rco was down in the Roosviiie
Valley and Flagstone all last week
buying up Irish apples, two hundred
pumpkins and double yoked eggs, he-
aides doing a little hunting and biing !
home the tenderllons, and under those j
conditions if you can't he cheerful be'
absent. I
Mr. and Mrs. Herb Sawyer and two
daughters of Kingsgale, B. C. passed I
through Klko for Alberta. j
Billy MacKay, the well known host
ot the Waldo Hotel, famous for Its
chivken dinners, had a very narrow
escape of heing killed going over a fifty foot bank on tho Mott grade 2 mtloa
from Elko. Mr. MacKay was bringing
his car to the Elko automobile works
for repairs, Some of Iiis kiddies wanted
to como witli him but lie was not sure
that he would be able to make the
trip so refused their request. Tiie car
went fairly well until he got to thc
erlbulng up the grarle when tlie spark
plugs got in the diddler and the steering gear got tangled up with the doodle
-em-cume funky and Billy lost control
of the car und it look a header over
the embankment. Billy In telling of
the accident In Elko, said that his
hard boiletl bat saved his granite upper stoop from being smashed and
saved his life, which proves that it Is I
better to bo born lucky than rich.
Jim Thlstlebeak nays: If you are
so sad that you cannot laugh at1
something then laugh at nothing
"Laugh and the world" you know the
rest, an ounce of smiles will give you1
more real life than seven Ions of sol-
emncholy, cheerfulness and prosperity go hand In hand, make fun .don't
FORT STEELE NOTES
Mr. Innis anrl family formerly cf
Fort Steele witn the Rur.u Jojdan
Construction CompMJ new ..f Sj'nk-
ane was visiting lUt'-a ltifcl W-jflli Mr
Innls is Treasiiv."'.' elect ul l!io t'otili.
of Spokane.
News waH re-J9t/)tl lici'i) ,nti >*a:
i.rday that A. V "'<- I c 12.1 Cold *>in-
mlssloner for Uiv Kootenay a and nu
old resident of Pirta Btooie In llio 1 ar-
ly days comm't-.l suicide nl Victoria
recently.
The following chlldMU of the K'H'l
Steele Public Soil00l are lisle.! for per-
feet attendance in September:
Alfred Watson. OHvi Hold, V|t.to
Warden, Geo, ,v>. ■ •-, Itnlli Clmlhi-Jtr.
Ue Walsh, Arl'i'r fiflonl, 8/lviii linker
Margaret Wiilen. IlPlvi) Wirth, Al
fred Kershaw, 0*KO Baker. Ami Ban
Quan, Harry Cu.im uii.gs, Robert Warden, George W-nloi. Wm Walsh, Amelia, I-um, Hs'.h-r Challauiler, IM.lti
Kershaw. Ann.p Wirth, Dorothy Walsh, Gertrude Chrtlauh-.
and Roberts. He addressed the students briefly, urging them to avail
thebselvea of the opportunities for
higher education afforded by the provincial university.
The installing of the demonstration
benches for lhe science room is being
pushed rapidly forward to completion.
The hoys of tho manual training class
have been responsible for the construction and under the capable supervision ot Mr. Morris tiie result is
hightly creditable,
Patmore Bros, are doing the plumbing,
In the tests held during the past
week the pupils whoso names appear
below have led preliminary in the following subjects :- French Lenore Hill,
Nora Brander; Geometry; Arthur Gill,
Margret Morrison; PhyslCfl and Chemistry:  Evelyn .Moure. Nora Itrander.
TIMBER SAI.K  XIIH-.
SEALED TENDERS will he
ceived by the District Forester. Cranb-
brook. not later than noon on ihe Kith
day or October, 1918, for the purchase
Of License XI 111), to out 2700 feel of
Tamarao and Jack Pine Ties on Loi
6627, near Marysvllle. Kootenay Dls-
t riot
One year will he allowed for removal of timber.
Further    particulars of tho   Chief
Forester,  Victoria.  B.  C, or  District
Forester, Cranhrook, 11. C.
lt
*      INVERMERE NOTES      *
always buy it. Yon can cure disease
and kill the Huns with laughter, practice telling a good funny story, good
cheer attracts good luck, but for God's
sake don't stop advertising, good advertising is like a bank pays big interest to depositors.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hirtz are visiting
Flagstone and the Roosviiie Valley for
a few weeks before leaving for the
coast where in future they will reside.
Jim Thlstlebeak says: The splendor of Elko's scenery charms with
melody, and Fred Roo says: That
be sells the finest Rroceries In town.
We don't know "Mabel" whether the
Chairman of the Canada Food Board
is a baker hy trade or not or whether
ho ever cooked In a logging camp, but
we do know thpt he is a good mixer.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Sanders (Mrs. E. B.
Holbrook) of Travis. Alberta, moved
to Elko this week nnd will take up
their residence in tlie post, office blk.
G. A. Bounallie. manager of the
Canadian Hank of Commerce and wife
were the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. K.
Stewart, of Fernle. to a motor trip to
Roosviiie, Flagstone and Elko last
week.
Jim Thlstlebeak says: He don't give
a hank whether Casey or some other
fellow Is nt tho bat, his attention Is
focused upon the strikes the allies are
making  towards  Berlin.
Jang Yang, proprietor of the Rapid
Fire Restraurant, Elko, was hauled
up before the Beak, and fined 100 st-
moleans for having ten bottles of Sub-
lnarlnc-purplc-whlffs and coffin paint
In his possession last week. A. Dryden (The Hawkshaw) of VWildo assisted the Human Ferret In making the
seizure.
Alexandra Sharp, Mining Engineer
of Vancouver, war. here looking over
tin- Burton Copper mine and the result Is that the work starts up ngatn
the goods are there and they will begin shipping them to the Trail smelter nt an early date. O. C, Thompson
of Calgary, will have charge of the
work,
Like the contemptible little army,
tlie American doughboys are opening
the eyes of the crazy Kaiser and keeping General Von Hunk busy at home
hoodwinking lhe poor Ignorant people.
War is an ugly thing but a German
peace would be Uglier, wo will no sing
the Marsiellalse.
Mr, and Mrs. Wellington Ino relation of the Duke of that name) Lethbrldge. motoiod to Elko this week and
have rented rooms ut the Cumberland
mansions Riverside park.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thomson of Cran-
Tl Milt: It SALE  XI I.IK
Sealed tenders will he received by
the District Forester, Cranhrook. not
later than noon on the 1st day of October. 1918. for the purchase of license
X1438, to cut 2,500 feet of Tamarac
Ties on r,n area adjoining Lot 11643,
near Wycllffe, Kootenay District.
One year will be allowed for removal of timber.
Further particulars of the Chief
Forester, Victoria. B. C„ or District
Forester, Cranbrook. B, C.     87-lt
High School Notes
Hlght School IiM-tecior. Mr Jnlm
B. DeLong vlsl'al the nigh sch.iol mi
Tuesday and Wudnosduy of last week
Heexpressed himself as much pl-iav-d
with the Imp.'.wcJ appearance ol Iho
high school in im new liom<?
Dr. King, Mini*.'.*-.* of Public Works,
1 aid a brief vi -it lo the school oil Weil
nesday. in com par v with Messrs White
Marquis G, Kumave, the Japanese
consul stationed al Vancouver, was
one of Cranbrook's distinguished vislt-
i ors last week. He was on an official
I tour of the province, making enquiry
particularly as to the mineral resources of the province. He had an interview with tlie city council, the board
of trade and the retail merchants association. He spoke of tiie friendship
of Japan towards the entente allies
and tlie friendliness that existed between the White mar and Ihe Jap. He
was greatly Impressed with the promising future prosperity of Cranbrook
and district, on account of the rich
natural resources in minerals, lumber
and agriculture. Everything looks
very nice. He admired the city and the
evidences of Industry and agricultural
development. On Friday he went out
to Klmberley mine, accompanied by
Henry Fuda and W. ['. Matsu, two prominent Japanese residents of the city,
where he was shown over the Sullivan
mine by the manager, Mr. N. W. Burden, and was given several pieces ol
ore from the mine, which the consul
values very highly. He loft the c'ty by
the Kootenay Centra! to investigate
the mineral prospects between Cranbrook and Golden.
1
y   Every 10c
Packer of
WILSONS
FLY PADS
WILL KILL MOPE FLIES THAN /
$8°-° WORTH   OF  ANY   ,'
'   STICKY MY CATCHER '
Clean to handle. Sold by all Drug.
gists, Grocers and General Stores.
Lyceum   Entertainment
Course
Under the Auspices of the I. O. D. E.
The Ward Waters Company
in CRANBROOK on
Friday October 18th 1918
The Ward Waters Company presents to the public u program of
unusual Interest and orglnallty. Mr. Wutcrs as a character mukup
artist high rank among the best of platform entertainers, His sketches are new and orlgnial nnd have nol previously been heard on
the platform. With Mrs. Waters he will do some whistling duets
nnd the company will give a littlo play whenever desired. Their
dramatic, work Is especially good, ns Mrs. Waters has had several
year's experience in stock companies. Her child Impersonation
are clever indeed.
Kdna Falk, the contralto soloist. Is a very gifted young singer.
Her voice is deep aud rich and has that heaullful mellow quality so
seldom heard.
Ladies of Discriminating  Taste
cannot but be satisfied with
Hill's Efforts
This Season
—IN THIS SHEWING OF
LADIES' COATS & "BLOUSES". MANY MODELS DIIl-
ECT PROM THE ACKNOWLEDGED FASHION CENTERS. WK QUOTE "NEW
YORK" WHERE MANY MODELS COPIED FROM PARIS, HAVE BEEN HANDED
DIRECT TO US, ALSO FROM OUR LOCAL CITIES, MONTREAL    AND    TORONTO.
IV c Kxteiiil In every liuly an Invitation to visit our store and Inspect these lines. .We
might Niiy that these models can only be seen at i—
W. D.HILL'S
THE LADIES WEAR SPECIALIST
a:
WOMEN
Suffering from
—lassitude, low spirits and
loss of appetite will find renewed strength, brighter
looks, better health and
clearer complexionsby using
Beecham's Pills. They give
you the yery help you need,
and are a natural aid to the
stomach, liver, bowels and
blood. Gentle and positive
in action, without any disagreeable after-effects—Use
mm
O PILLS
are worth a
guinea a box
BiwcB-ri of■ Sptdtl Vnlnu U Wm. tn with twirls*
•hUtfCTT*fct:t.   In b«u.« elk.
The   Cranbrook  Herald
Subscribe for it $2.00 a year
THE BEST FAMILY NEWS-
PAPER PUBLISHED IN
SOUTH EASTERN BRITISH
COLUMBIA      ::       ::       ::
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OK FINE
JOB PRINTING
WE THANK
YOU
Very kindly
Ladies and Gentlemen for the
splendid support
you gave to the
FAIR and to
The HERALD
Advertisers.
COME AGAIN
Cranbrook
Herald    Ltd.
W. A.   MYERS
Managing Editor
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
CHANGE IN
TRAIN  SERVICE
Effective August 18,1918, there will lie a general change
in train service. Times for trains at Cranbrook will bei
Lv.      Medlcin Hat Ar.
Ar.        Cranbrook Lv.
Lv.        Cranbrook Ar.
Ar.   Kootenay Landing Lv.
No 67
11.30 p. m.
12.00 Noon
12.15 p. m.
3.45 p. m.
No. 825 Daily ex. Sun.
7.00 a. m.        Lv.        Cranbrook
8.30 a. ni.      Ar.        Klmberley
No. 821. Mon and Thurs.
900 a. m.        Lv.        Cranbrook
6.00 p. m.      Ar. Athalmer
Tues. and Fri.
9.00 a. m.      Lv. Athalmer
11.00 a.m.      Ar. Golden
No. 68
6.25 a. m.
4.05 p. ni.
3.50 p. ni.
11.20 p. m.
No. 824 Daily ex. Sun.
Ar.       12.20 p. m.
Lv.      10.00 a. m.
No. 822 Wed and Sat.
Ar.       3.30 p. m.
Lv.      7.00 a. m.
Tues. and Fri.
Ar.       7.00 p. m.
Lv.       3.00 p. in.
WANT ADS.
The rates tor advertisements in this column under a classified held la •■
follows i Three lines, tie Insertion (or 25c, three Insertions ot the same
ad. Me. Barger ads In proportion...
THE STAB SECOND HAND STORE
1.1st  of  Bargains  this  Week
IP YOU HAVK ANYTHING TO SELL
Phone 9; It you want to liny anything
Phone 9
BUFFET—Up-to-date; »18.
WANTED—Boy to milk a to* cows
and assist In the garden. Apply Box
72, Herald office. 33-tf
WHITE SEWING MACHINE—Tread
le; In perfect order; "10.
I.ElSHER~WUNOHPoak TramS ;~S
bargain; 112.
brass "BED^TTspniNa—*21~.
Q00D ~RANQB ~~bF~HBATERB—All
cheap.
WATER~POWER~"'WA8HER—$12;~ iii
perfect condition.
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S underclothing, socks and stockings mended;
bed and table linen end curtalna also
mended. MARY- ISABEL- BUTLER,
102 Clark Ave., cor. Louts St.
*3&0nUY8 FOUR ROOM PLA8TED-
DE COTTAOE—Two lota, fenced,, electric light and water, ('lose to school.
Apply Herald office. tf.
WANTED—Position as housekeeper,
by English woman with two children.
Near school. Address Box I), Herald
office. 37-31-t)
PAIN EXTERMINATOR
WHY SUFFER PAIN—Hirst's Gives Quick Relief!
There Is no need to suffer the agonies of rheumatism, lumbago, neuralgia, aching back and muscles, toothache, earache and similar ills. Use Hirst's
Pain Exterminator —as directed in the circular, in the package. Equally effective for relieving swollen joints, sprains, sore throat and other painful
ailments.    A time-tried lumily remedy—known for forty years.        "nirrs .stall, ssiw.
sL\*mitie%mt\\Vr*W*''      HIRST RPJKRDY COMPANY, HAMILTON. CANADA
Buy a bottle—always have It handy—all dealers or write us.
FOR SALE—One Edison phonograph,
with combination roproducer for two
and four minute records; fifty-four
records; outfit cost over eighty dollars', will sell for (35.00 cash. P. O.
Box 166 city.
WANTED—aeon dry house rags, will
pay 2c. and 2 l-2c. per lb.; also copper and rubbers. One block west of
C. P. R. freight aheds; correspondence
solicited; call between 5 and 8 p. m.
S. Burnbaum, Junk dealer.
LOST—On fair grounds Wednesday
afternoon, large old fashioned cameo
brooch. Finder returning same to the
Herald office will be suitably rewarded.  Mn. J. O. Cnmmings.
TO WHOM IT MAY "CONCERN—That
I, Kllbom Coolldge, will not be'responsible for any debts or trouble my
oldest son, John. Coolldge, may bring
open htauatt altar thla state. Kllbora
M
WANTED—Mon and teams for logging operations. Apply to J. A. Tor-
mey, ('opeland, Idaho. 34-3t-p
BAWINO OUTFIT FOR SALE —Six
horsepower gasoline onglne and drag
saw for cutting wood.   C. Godderls.
FOR  SALE—Sow  111   pig.    Apply to
F. Goddoris, city. S6-8t-p
FOR RENT—Modern Bungalow, For
particulars apply to C. Van Braam.
Phone 404, or P. O. Box 428.       34-tf
FOR SALE—A Ford Touring Car tn
good condition. Address Box 2, Herald office. 34-tf
WANTED—Nurse to look after two
children. Apply to MrB. Martin McCreery, phone 487. 38-tf
LOST—Between Cranbrook and Premier Lake via Forte Steele, gent's
black sweater. Finder kindly return
to H. A. McKowan, Cranbrook, B. C.
SMART    BOY    WIANTED—About  IS
years of age.   Good wages paid to   a
suitable boy.   Apply Patmore Bros.
HOL8TEIN MILK COW FOR SALE—
Apply to A. D. Bridges.
WANTBD-Nnree ml. A-s-tytolR
ft ft Hsrwavs*, —ill At*.    fSHt
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