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Array THE CRANBROOK HERALD
" 3
VOLUME SO
CRANBROOK,   BRITISH COLUMBIA,
THURSDAY, SEPT. 12th, 1918
NUMBER
EAST KOOTENAY FALL FAIR, CRANBROOK, OCTOBER 2 AND 3
$900 RAISED
A. SAN0H0FFER. INSTRUCTOR IF THC SPBKI1E AVIaTIOII
SCHOOL WILL FLY BOTH .FTEMuONS XT THE fi
The Sailors Tag Day on Saturday
was a markd success the total amount
collected by the Cranhrook and District branch reached thc large sum ot
(004.81.
The amounts received from the various places are aa follows:-
Cranbrook, (207.10; Wardner, (ill.no:
Hull River, $45.00; Klmberley. (102:10:
aider. (SIX.; r>>« Steele, M.8BI Wye-1
litre, (3M.OO: Moylo, (t.M.
Tho Tag Dny wus conducted by the
lady members of ihe Navy lougue und
a few uf tho Junior boy members ulso
assisted. The following are tho mimes
of the ladles and hoys who Assisted in
legging.
Mrs. J. W. Burton, Mrs. 3. Miller,
Miss Hallamore, Miss Dow, MIsb
Brooke, Miss Richardson, Miss Perry,
Miss Annie McRnrnle, Mies Mai Jury
Burton, Miss Terrlss, Mrs. t", l-:. Izznrd
Mrs. Bidder, MIbs Frances Drummond,
Miss lto, Miss Bmld dill. Miss Walllnger, Mrs. Good, Miss llysloo, M'ss
Beech, Miss Greaves, Miss White. Miss
McClellan, Miss McBride Miss Eva
Watts, Miss Bennett, Miss Kershaw,
Miss Spence, Miss McEwen, Miss Gam.
ble, MIsb Delia Drummond, Miss Whitehead, Miss Madge Robertson, Miss
Cartwrlght, Mies Woodland, Master
Leonard -Burton, Master Jim Jarvls,
Master C. Selby, Master J. Logan.
The excutlve begs to thank all who
ao enthusiastically assisted In making the Tag Day a success and whose
servlcces have also been so valuable
fn obtaining members for the Navy
League, also the following who so
generously donated the use of their
care:
Mrs. F. V. Harrison, Misses Robertson, Mrs. Dan Burton. Mr. Wm. Cameron.
OF
OF P. GRAVES
If Fraternal Love Hald All Men
llnnnil -How Beautlfal Thin World
Would Be.
THE BOKIR HaXBOCBG CO.
ArmTOBinr, Thursday,
SEPTEMBER IftTH
BORIS HAMBOURQ, tlie world's
renowned 'cellist, needs no Introduction to lovers of the more advanced
art of music. Not only does thin ex-
celfeDt company render exclu-tvc
coaipoHltio-iis, of the most difficult,
♦bay Inspire you with many of the
bent of -popular melodies that will
ring your whole being with mimic.
such as you have never listened to
before.
Mabel Manley-Plckard, styled as At
the head of all Canadian sopranos. Is
of an extremely sweet voice of wide
range am*. Is more that mak in a: an
Impression throne-out the tour.wl.lle
Madge Williamson, pianlste, will meet
with warm welcome, twing remembered from Mr. Hnmbourg.s tour 3
years ago.
Such an excellent company as Mr.
Hambourr carries t\is season will
leave a lnr-ting Impression with those
who attend this high class concoct.
LAWE-CORPORAL IE2ARP
KILLED  Hi   ACTION
Mr, frank Icrard, of the Herald
staff has received word thai his brother wns killed in action nn Sunday.
August 18th.
l-nnce-Oorporal Hritram John H
sard was a native of Woodstock,Out
He enlisted with the Bind Highland-
ors of Toronto in the early stages of
the war and was afterwards transferred to the 42nd Battalion. He was
for two years In the trenches nnd during tint time he had but ten days
l«*vi< of absence, suffering from a
fleah wound ln the arm.
There are few families In Canads
who hnve no honored deed sleeping
beneath tlu- popples in Flam-ors
fields.
VTOXEIW INNTITTTE
MONTHLY MBEflNG
The regular monthly meeting nf
tho Women's Institute was held at the
Parish llnll on Tuesday, Sept. 3rd,
with lhe President, Mrs. K II Leaman In tlie chair.
Arising out of the mlnuteH tlie qua*
tion of a Tag Day wns resumed nnd
It was decided to hold it on one of the
Fair days, arrangements being left In
Ihe handB of the directors. Since this
meeting, however, the date has been
fixed for Saturday, September 28th,
owing to the St. John Ambulance having previously prepared for a tag nt
the Fair dates.
The secretary, Mrs. J. W. Burton,
gave a report of the Flower Show,
showing an Income of $110 00, which
was considerably larger than any previous year, and when all expenses
have been paid there will be about
$50.00 profit to purchase yarn for
socks. It was explained that the
prlie money will not be distributed
until the grant comes as allotted by
the agricultural department at the
rate of 26c. per capita. This was
deemed to be advisable in order to
permit the Institute to purchase Red
Cross materials which are ever Increasing in cost and scarce in supply.
guile a number of ladles expressed
the wish that their prize money be
used for patriotic purposes.
The chairman expressed her satisfaction with all the various commit'
tetts, tlie Judges, those who entertained musically and to all who helped make the show a success. On motion of Mesdames Erlckson and
Thompson a vote-of thanks was passed to those who kindly assisted Mrs.
McBride with the War Relics, donora
of relics, those who lent flags and
hunting, Mr. Coutts, who decorated
and Mr. Cameron and Mrs. Wolfer for
loan of cars.
Under communications a letter was
read from the department inviting
the institute to name a lady to represent the district of the Kootenay and
Boundary Institutes on the Advisory
Board, the same to be elected at the
forthcoming conference. A second
and third choice wae made In case
the first was not available.
Mrs. R. T. Williams reported having collected $10.10 and Mrs. Fyles
that another shipment of 500 personal property bags could very soon be
despatched. Mrs. S. H. Thompson,
for the knitting committee, reported
30 pairs of socks turned in and 30
pairs shipped to Red Cross; Mrs.
Drummond for the cook book committee $?..»(). and the collection for
Prisoners War Fund $3.30.
The roll call wae answered by "My
Pet Economy," and several novel and,
thoughtful replies were given.
The question of collecting paper,
rubber, tn foil, etc., was discussed
and tlie delegates who will attend the
iuislt»- cuute>*ii~x« promised to bring
up the matter with a view of collecting these substances to ship In car
loads from the Insttutes In the district..
With regard to serving refreshments on the Fair grounds the members felt that owing to scarcity of
food and the restrictions entailed and
also to the extra demand in canvassing from the citizens for food, etc.,
they decided not to handle it this year
KILL FAIR NOTES
Oct. Snd and 3rd—Cranhrook's Big
Annual  Rvent.
At a meeting of the directors held
on Monday evening the secretary was
instructed to extend an Invitation to
the Honorable R. ll. Barrow. Minister of Agriculture, to open the Fair
nn Wednesday, Oct. 2nd.
The question of admission to the
ground* was brought up and discus-:
•■t'tl ni considerable length, but no de-,
clslon arrived at. This will be settled nt the next meeting.
I
A committee was appointed to in-,
ffirview   the   Stockbreeders   Associa-
tion on  their next meeting and en
deavor to enlist their co-operation in
connection with the live stock srle at
the Fair.
We expect many exhibits from our
good Creston people this year,
only in fruit and vegetables but also,
in other classes, particularly tliej
ladles' fancy department. Cranbroo)
ladles look to your laurels.
Our Vice-President Mr. W. K. Worden, visited the Spokane Fair last
week and had the pleasure of calling
on our aviator, who expressed him--.
self as being delighted to have the op-
4'
nortunlty of making    flights at 9}J|	
biggest and best, fair in the Interlock,,-..,, AUp._ Wra> Park8( j t, scanlon.
of B. C.   This should help some.
Those who are desirous of having
prize lists and entry forms should apply to the secretary now.
THE HOME-CO-PNO OF
CAPTAIN EDDIE DOOLAN
Three years ago Eddie Doolan went
away an a private with the 54th Battalion; he returned on Sunday as a
captain.
Eddie Doolan was born and brought
up in tlie city of Cranbrook. He was
a popular, good natured boy, and as
he grew to manhood these qualities
grew with him. When the war broke
out he enlisted. He proved himself a
soldier worthy of tbe profession of
arms and made rapid progress in the
army. He rose to the rank of cap'ain
and became a superintendent of transport.
He becf.me married, but unfortunately his wife died in childbirth. The
child wat; saved and he got leave bf
absence for a while. He came home
on furlough and intended to bring the
baby with him. Tho mother of the
soldier end grandmother of the baby
was at thc station to welcome the son
and cuddle the grandchild, but the baby didn't come. Thc father was not
allowed to bring him.
Captain Eddie Doolan was met at
tlie station by a great many friends.
He embraced his mother, kissed all the
pretty girls on thc platform—not on
the cheek, hut with a resoundirg
smack right on the rosy red lips—
and shook hands with tils men
friends.
Three cheers and a tiger were given
for Captain Doolan. who expressed
his thanks before being rolled away
in nn auto to the privacy of his home.
|_J, McLepd, of Trail Lodge No. 23, T.
Noble, of New  Brunswick  Lodge
>. 1.
Friend:- remembered—Mrs.D.Balrd,
Mrs. W. Rollins, Mrs. P. D- Hunt
Mrs. A. Jolliffe, Mrs. A. C. Bowness,
Wm. Hell, son of Brother J. B. Hall.
Rev. Fie welling. Mrs. J. Whlttakcr,
R. F. Morris, daughter'of Brother J.
R. Wood and Infant of'Brother A. E.
Hill.
The police made a raid on Saturday night on what was supposed to
be a boose selling joint, hut they
failed to get the goods. There was all
kinds of evidence except the hard
stuff Itself. The liquor law seems to
be very hard to enforce. It should be
made workable or be wiped off the
statute book.
Buy a ticket for the $1000 dance.
THE FHENCH MM MO THE DAY
Tlie saving farmer It a national asset. Canadian progress today in all lines attests magnificently to tbe splendid iiunlities of thrift that have marked the farmers ln all
iiu* provinces. The total returns from field crops and animal produce have been only possible because of he disposition to make use in an economical way of all the wonderful ^Ifts of Providence In this good land of ours.
The same was abundanly true after 1870 In France
when the frugal, thrifty farmers of thatfalr land made tt
possible for the Republic to pay off that hated German
war indemnity of two billion francs levied against them.
The same spirit of national thrift built up France for the
extreme test today—a test that Is being tried by fire.
Thanks be, French heroism Is proving true. The line
1? holding. The blood of the farmers Is flowing equally as
well through the veins of France's daughters of the soil
and so the national strength bends but does not break.
Canada Is reaping her harvests of Increased returns
and money is being made as never before. Our farmers
are earning the gratitude of all in their splendid efforts at
production. That they will carry into their savings an
equal foresight In conserving their surplusses against the
future days of darkness and lower prices will be equally
praiseworthy. He is well advised who saves his extra dollar until he sees which way tbe winds bf tomorrow will
blow. Adversity bolws a chill blast where there Is no dollar tn the savings.
Crescent Uwlge No. 33 Knights ot
Pythhis held decoration day cervices
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. There
was a fairly good turnout of Brother
Knights, Services vre opened at thc
rustle Hall by the Chancellor Commander, followed by a marcl. tn the
cemetery where all the graves of depicted Brother Knights.and friends of
brothers a^. well, were kindly r ir.sm-
bered by nn abundance of cut flowers,
Returning to the Castle Hall 3ervlcev
were concluded with a memortom to
the Brothers who have made the supreme sacrifice for universal democracy aud brotherhood, And as tlie
Western hills of France obscure the
life's sun. muy they sleep secure fa
he promise of the dawn of a never
■ii(Hnj- dt.y, as rays of light from a
heaven of peace.
Brothers fallen at the front— Lieut
W. Harrison, Private J. W. Montgomery and Private T. Clark.
Graves , decorated—Brothers Ed.
Holier I s, Alex. P. Csrr, at rest In Cal
THE riTY FATHERS
TRANSACT BUSINESS
Tiie city council met on Monday
ovening. Present—Mayor Clapp* Aldermen Shankland, Genest, Balmont,
Mackinnon and Eakln.
Th minutes of last meeting were
read and approves.
Tlie city engineer presented his report.
A letter from E. Seymord taking
for a reduction in Iho .water rate was
filed.
Ordered thnt the building on Lot 1,
Block "8, be sold to James Beach for
"■e   ■■••ii nf ?25.
H. O-rden offerei to buy the -?nt-
h-ftdlngfi at the Royal Hotel for 115,
but the offer waa not accepted. Tlie
city clerk was authorized to dispose
of the huild'ngs on the best available
terms.
Lot •• i-i Block 94, Plan 609, was au-
Lhortzed to be sold to John Amour
Tor the sum of $311.00and lots 31 and
32, Block 27, Plan 669G, to be sold to
Emerald E. Moseley for $174.20.
Ordered that the properties reverting to the city by reason of the tax
sale held on Aug. 20, 1917, be offered
for sale by public auction on Monday. Sept. 30th, at the city hall at 11
a. m.
T. N. Parrett headed a delegaton
of ratepayers residng on Armstrong
Avenue who object to the Orientals
moving into that part of the city. The
following petition was presented,
which waa signed by forty ratepayers: "To His Worship the Mayor and
Aldermen of the City of Cranbrook,
We the undersigned ratepayers of the
City of Cranbrook, residing on Armstrong Avenue, do hereby petition you
to remove or have removed the Japanese tenants who have rented and
who are now residing in the dwelling on Lot 5, Block 39, on the east
side of Armstrong Avenue."
The Mayor appointed Aldermen
McKfnnon and Eakins to act In conjunction with the ratepayers in endeavoring to remedy the grlevar.ee.
ill SERVICE
After many months of persistant effort on the part of the Retail Merchants Association and the Cranbrook
Board of Trade to have the <p~esent
Mail service on the Kootenay Central
placed under a more satisfactory system, tlie Hon. Postmaster General has
finally Issued instructions for the establishment of a'rtew service by which
all malls between Crnnbrook and Kootenay Central point-- will be conveyed
out of Cranbrook on Mondays and
Thursdays by the K. 0, trains nnd a
return service on the same trains.
The agitation for thi:; change wns
inaugurated by tlie Retail Meroohants
Association at one of their meetings
held last January and after enlisting
the co-operation of the Cranhrook
and Wlndormere Boards of Trade
these three association)- have heen
persistant In their demands for a
change ever since, but without apparent success, until Borne time in August when at n meeting of the Directors
of the Board of Trade the Secretary
was instructed to wire Dr. S. Bonncll
to find out definitely what the intention of the Post 0fflce department
were ln this connection.
The following communications from
Dr. Bonnelt by the secretary to which
was attached a letter from the Hon.
Postmaster General are self explanatory.
Fernie, B. C. Sept. 5, 1918
Mr. A. L. McDermot,
Cranhrook, B. C.
My Dear Mr. McDermot:
I am sending you the enclosed
which is a reply to the wire I sent the
Postmaster General on August 16th,
which I trust you will find entirely
satisfactory.
Vours truly,
L.   BONNELL
MarysTllle
Mrs. ("'. Bidder and daughter Ivy,
of Cranbrook, are vlnltlng with relatives and friends this week.
A dance will be held at the Falls
View hotel on Friday, Sopt. 18. Music by James and Vander Haugh
good time assured.
Mrs. G. Hawkes and family left on
Tuesday last for Vancouver, where
tiiey will In future reside.
School reopened on the 3rd Inst.,
witli Miss McGibbon In charge.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Clark, of Wycllffe,
motored in on Sunday and were the
guests of Miss N. Handley.
Miss Violet Simpson, of Cranbrook,
who has been the guest of Miss E.
Mellor for the past week, returned
home nu Monday.
N. W. Burdett, of Klmberley, waB
a business vleltor In the city on Tuesday.
A small fire took place at the home
of Wm. Watson, Slatervtlle on Tuesday. The fire department had a run
but tho fire was put out without their
assistance.
OTTAWA, AUG. 22, lftlS.
S. Bonnell, Esq., M. P.
Fernie, B. C
DenrSlr;- ,
I beg to acknowledge receipt of
your wire of the 15th Inst, drawing;
attention to a communication forward-
ed to the Department by the Secretary of the Board of Trade, Cranbrook,
dated 1-th February last, In regard to
the unsatisfactory mall service between Cranbrook and points on the
Kootenay Central Branch of the Canadian Pacific Railway, and as regards
your suggestion that the Department
arrange for a mail service on trains
leaving Cranbrook on Monday and
Thursday and for a return service on
the same trains, I beg to say that the
necessary authority has been granted
for the establishment of this service,
and same will be put into effect at as
early a date as possiblee.
Vours truly,
P. E. BLONDILL
=Provinclal Library of
-    rt.-lt.sh i olun 'da. Aug 3-18 .
HOW }\\W WILL THESE BE AT THE  \RMY A\l> NAVY
CHRISTMAS    CHEER    KAMI:    SEPTEMBER 20th,    19IS
Beautiful New Coats. Suits
and Dresses for Women.
the newest and smartest
designs from the eastern
markets.
Coats made of silk plush
velour cloth and tweeds
al pi aB on able prices.
Suits of Berge, gaberdines
and cheviots In many shades,
Pretty drosses of serge,
satin and poplin exceptional values.
NEW PALL MILLINERY
ON  DISPLAY  NOW,    NO
TWO HATS ALIKE,
MAW   SMART  STYLISH
M
SHAPES To CHOOSE
PROM,
McCreery
<v i
Bros.
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I'ltAX BROOK   DRY   GOODS
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AMI      CtOTHTJiO      STOKfci
ANNOUNCEMENT
The new telephone directory will
be going to press on September 28th.
All subscribers desiring any change
will kindly advise us in writing before the above mentioned date.
Kootenay   Telephone   Lines Limited.
ARE YOU PREPARED?
ONLY THREE MORE DAYS
LEFT) THE.V OFF FOR THE
SHOOT. HE HAVE A LARGE
ASSORTMENT OF 0UH8, RIF.
LES. Etc. TO SELECT FROM.
J. D. McBRIDE
PHONO 5
IUKEK STREET
BETTER MAIL SERVICE
ON KOOTENAY CENTRAL
Postmaster Henderson hns received word from Ottawa that effective after the 15th instant {next Sunday) mails to Fort Steele, Wasa.
Skooki>mchuck, Canal Plats. FY.lr-
mont Springs, Wl-idermere, Wllinor.
Invermere, Athalmer, Radium Hot
Swings. Edfrewater. Bris?o. G*t>nn.
Castledale. Parson. McMurdo, Nicholson, and Golden will be despatched
per ('. P. R. train on Mondays and
Thursdays, Instead of by tlie roundabout way heretofore taken.
Return nail will be received on
Wednesday:' and Snturi^.:**1 by the
same rout?, except from Skookum-
chuck.
Corporal W. B. Key, of Cranbrook.
is listed among the casualties si -
wounded.
Just Arrived!
Salmon Fishing Tackle
SO FISH TO BIG FOR THIS TACKLE
Lines—Salmon     Files—Halt    Hooks—Gaff*—Gut
ami Wire   Leaders—Sinkers—fastlm;   Rods—In
fuel ever-lliinir lo catch the liiir Salmon, when the)
start to Idle.   Get four choice DOW and don't forirct.
Thi- t'hrlltma* Chew Hanc* tur -Our Imij-s oier there"
s-:iTKMn-:n Mtb. auk rob florae to t.-kk it rat
CRANBROOK DRUG & BOOK GO'Y
W&nA&z**
W, .1. tT< IIISOV Mirr.
I'.'-   I'hone 71,
Mk-ht  I'hone aim
BORN—At Cranbrook. on Sept 4
to Mr. ami Mr». J. M. Cent* a mm.
Miss Bardgett. of tho pOBtOfflce
staff, is taking a well earned two
weeks' holiday. Miss Nellie Phillips
Ib relieving.
There Is a big hydraulic proposition on Perry creek in which local
capitalists are Interested that will
.,v,nn be in operation. We hope to
til' our icaderB something Interesting about it next neek.
B. T. Cooper has been elected delegate by the Cranbrook Rod and Gun
Club to attend the convention af rod
and gun men to be held at NTelsGn on
Sept. 26th, the Otis-Staples Lumber
Co. have been thanked for their donation of $3fi.A0 to the funds of the club.
It was decided to make application
for 100.000 brook trout fry-
ii
Mr. A. Raworth, tiie Jeweler, has re-
taraed from * pleasant two months'
ltri» to T-oato tvm-4 th* cut
ConTad W Join on, ol Vanco iver.
is making R ''■'■■'•, WM.ks vlail to ("ran-,
brook. He is greatly pleased with the
prosiKrOta of the city. He expects to
sen Cranbruuk grow into a larar- ami
proape'rotiB business oentre ot Southeastern British Columbia. Ho inrl-
ilenuilly complimented tke Herald on
lhe tone, forcf*. value and interest of
its editorial and news column*-.
Tie monument to tho memo.-y of
tbe late Nils Haii'n::  mi' arrived und
lias been erected in tho Cranbrook
cemetery. It is tpade of a special
quality and charn.:t:r of granite and
is patterned nfter tho most conspicuous Monument in Vancouver- The
Aelny lu gOttlng the monument ready
w OBcaimcd by tho factory having difficulty in securing the stone, It is
the first, iiifiiiuitu'Li to in' erected hero
villi the letters iiilni' in lend Instead
>f t i»t ami gilded.
Dr. Rutledge, inspector of the local
dairies, reported at the regular meeting of tht- council last montii that he
had made Inspection of the various
dairies supplying milk in the city and
thai after certain suggestions which
In- bad made and which had been complied with he was able to say that the
dairies under his inspection wore in
good condtlnn. Since that t imc the
milk haa heen tested by Mr. A. P. Noble and the following report is now
submitted by him:—Atchison, 4.2 but-
tor fat; Austin, A per cent; Qoddorls,
•t per cent.
Kin*'   weather and good   prospects
for the Kulr.   Will you be tbareT PAOB TWO
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12th, 1918
Cranbrook Herald
Published Every Thursday by
THE   (HANHKOOK   11 Kit Ull,   LIMITED
VV,   A,   MYKUS.      :      ;       :       :       :        Managing Editor
idvertMnt,'  Kates on  UBBUoatlon.    ChaugoB lor Adwrttel-ei MUST be ln
this    office    Wednesday    goon    the i-imoui   in-ek   to   -ocurc   intention.
(It.VMtltOOK,  IIIIIT1SII   KH.IMIUA. llll USIIAY. SKI'TKMIIDH liUl, 191*
111 VII ll'AI, 110A Hit 1)1' CONTROL
ESTABLISHED     I 8 75
IMPERJAL BANK
OF CANADA
CAPITAL PAID UP S7.0O0.O0O-RESERVE FUND $7,000,000
FUlATICiaL RESERVES ll8
Build up a uvtngi tccouru it a reierve againsi poiiibiV adversitiei.   Every branch
of this bank hat a savings depanmtrnt    Intercil allowed at current rate.
CRANBROOK BRANCH,
B. E. HOWARD,
Mannie-i
The i-iiy council discussed at their session on Monday night
some proposed amendments to the municipal act that take a
great deal of power out ol' tlie hands of a city or municipal council and centralize ii in a board of control in Victoria. There are
many objections to offer to such a change. The Vancouver
World mikes the following criticism on tlie proposed change:
Proposals to change radically the present system of local
governmeni in British Columbia are afoot. We are told that the
local governiui-nl board lo lie set in authority over local bodies
will "have praotioally the same powers as the British Local Government Hoard."', Tills is sweeping. The Local Government
Board of Kngland and Wales coalrols county, urban and rural
councils in matters of finance, police, public health, education,
poor law relief local Improvements and general administration.
As governmeni grams are made for a variety of purposes to these
local bodies, centralization of authority is rarely questioned.
On tbe whole there is little fl-lctlotl ami Hie system generally has
proved efficient,
Whether thai system in great pari is suited to conditions
in British Columbia, however, remains to lie demonstrated. One
effect of its Introduction here will be to centralize ia the hands
of a governmeni department al Victoria extensive powers of
controling local affairs. This Is a tendency that, should be carefully watt-lied.
lt would be well for the British Columbia Union of Municipalities lo cause tbe scheme lo lie placed before the press and
public before if is accepted or condemned, If it cannot stand
constructive flrltlclsm ii should be held in abeyance, for the present at any rate.
"Rush legislation" benefits only Hie legal profession.
I MM ISTRV, THRIFT, VICTORY AMI JUBILATION
Ever since the war began the Canadian people have been
urged to increase production to the limit, to save every dollar, to
eliminate all extravagance and waste, to use as sparingly as possible every kind of food and material thai the soldiers overseas
require, as by so doing they trod the path to victory and jubilation.
The Canadians as a whole set themselves heartily to carry out
this program. The rule was to sacrifice, to deny one's self of all
luxuries uud of many things Ihat used to be looked upon as real
necessities. Thousands of people who have never been in the
limelight, of whose sacrifices nobody has ever heard, whose heroic deeds have never been recorded—unless, indeed, they are
recorded In heaven—have won service medals.Much has been accomplished through sacrificial love that never will acquire any
individuality, but it has helped to win the war. Very much more
than the yarn has gone into tlie many thousands of hand-knitted socks that have warmed and protected the feet of the sodiers
in the trenches. The sustenance and the benefits of the comforts sent lo the men over there cannot be measured In calories.
There is a guardian angel that sticks as close as a shadow to
every boy iu kahki.
But Canada cannot afford lo relax her efforts to maintain
her full fighting strength. She must continue to produce and to
save. Every ounce of bread or meat or cheese or butter that is
saved is au ounce produced. In this sense everybody is a producer. Let us produce as much as we can—we can't produce too
much. What If you have saved and your neighbor hasn't? That
much has been saved and if you continue to save your greedy
neighbor may yet do so also.
Every man, every woman, every dollar—all are required in
the service of King antl country. Let us not waver, let us not
slacken, let us not grow weary iu well doing.
The crucial period in the tug-of-war has arrived and the
fall of the enemy is at hand. Let us anchor ourselves with
THRIFT and victory is ours and the hour of jubilation will soon
be celebrated.
able for loss or damage. Exhibitors must give attention to their articles or animals during the Pair,
and at the close of the exhibition attend to their removal.
IB. Any person knowingly violating the rules of
the Society may forfeit any premium thai may be
awarded to them.
17. Officers of different divisions to be distinguished by different colored badges with Hie name of
thc office printed on each badge.
18. Should there not be enough funds on band to
pay prizes In full they will be paid pro rata.
•    Exhibitors reatl clause S carefully.
II). Any person handling or Hiking any exhibits
that do not belong to them may he prosecuted according to law.
1!0. An exhibitor who may desire lo enter a pro-
lest must enter such protesl In writing previous to
close of show.
21- Exhibitors entering articles for special prizes
must provide a special exhibit, excepl in Ihe case of
live stock, Ihe school room exhibits, and where otherwise stated.
22. All exhibits must be in place by (I P. AL OCT.
1ST and must not be removed until (11'. M. OCT. 3RD.
23. Owners of all prize stock shall bring their
stock out for parade when called for, OR PRIzBS
CARRIED WILL BE FORFEITED to the association.
24. Admission fees to grounds shall lie, single admission 50 cents; all day tickets75 cents, good to
re-enter.    School children free.
25. No person will be allowed lo act as a judge
who Is ln any way interested in the arlicles to be
examined.
2C It is particularly requested that tlie judges will
not enter into argument with the exhibitors as to the
merits of their exhibits.
27. Should there be any dispute or misunderstanding, which none of our by-laws and regulations will
govern, whether in connection with judging or otherwise, it shall be referred to the Hoard of Managers.
whose decision shall be final.
thousands ot settlers, aad the vast
j natural resources which are awa.it-
I ins the Influx ot man power to develop what is today practically virgin
territory.
I    It was Hon. Dr. King's first visit
! to centres along tlie O. T. P. line and
j to the territory which will be served
hy tlie P. G. E.   As Minister of Public Works he paid first attention to
the needs of the territory from the
I standpoint of his department and he
\ stated that undoubtedly as settlement
j advanced the Government will have
- j to  spend   large  sums  iu    providing
those facilities ■ required in progrcs-
! .slve  communities.    Even   todny  the
funds at tiio dsposal of tlie Govern-
: ment  Tor necessary public  works in
Hint  section   arc   wholly   inadequate
i and us time progresses tho demnndu
upon Iiis department will steadily ln-
, i-i-cuse.   Hut with the advent of set-
flors tho Government will  undoubt
edly keep abreast of tho demands and
seek to its utmost to encouiage settlement
"The great need of that country is
settlement," said lhe Doctor, "and to
my mind there is no doubt but.that
after the war there will be a great
Influx of settlers Into those great
areas now awaiting development."
il-.ii Dr. King and Hon. Mr. Fan-is
made a leisurely trip soutii along tlie
piopcsed ruuie ot the P. ,! K -o
Qtlosttol, and paid a visit to tiui-m.'s
t-nnip, where gold dredging opetxi-
ilolis ure under way, a company of
Victoria men now operating at that
point.
There is marked activity in the
lumber ami fishing industries at and
n the vicinity of Prince Rupert and
settlers ar,- duly arriving at points
along tho line of the tl. T. p. lookng
[Ol' I;,nil
..'&£.&.£
NOTICE
Ab attempts are frequently made to obtain prizes
on old articles which have previously been shown at
this and other exhibitions, exhibitors are particularly requested to note that arlicles which have been
awarded prizes at previous exhibitions cannot lie entered In competition for the prizes named in Ihe prize
list this year. Declaration to accompany exhibit.
This applies to the art, school and ladies' work.
Any exhibitor may be required by Ihe directors if
the question is raised, to make a statutory declaration
that the work exhibited by him or her is of his or her
own make and has not been awarded prizes at any
previous exhibition.
All exhibits and industrial displays must be in
place by 9 P M. OCT. 1ST.
Entries for Poultry close Wednesday, September
25th.    All others close Saturday, September 28th.
deputy mikisteIi ok agriculture supkhannuated
W. E. Scott, for the past ten years deputy minister of agriculture in the provincial government, has been superannuated
with an allowance of $1 on.no a month. He recently went
through a severe illness, which has incapacitated him for work.
His successor has not yet been appointed.
This superannuation law is wrong in its administration. If
any men are to be superannuated when they become incapacitated for work, all men should be. if there is lo be any discrimination il should lie in favor of Hie men who haveworked hard
a llllieir lives for less than a living wage and not in favor of the
men who have been drawing from the accumulated wealth of
the nation thousands of dollars every year. There,Is no justice
in sending a man who has been a producer of national wealth
all his life lo Ihe poor house when his energy is all gone and
giving another man whose main effort has been to direct the
extravagant expenditure of Hie people's money a pension of
$100.00 a month,   At least not in a democratic country.
RULES AND REGULATIONS FALL FAIR PRIZE LIST
(Contlnuod  from last week.)
10. Itoots and vegetables of all kinds shall be delivered into the show room cleanly prepared.
11. All exhibits of stock, articles of manufacture
of every kind and specialty are eligible for entry for
prizes only by the owner, or authorized agents.
12. The President and Hoard of Managers shall
have the general supervision of the grounds and entire exhibition, and control the police regulations and
entrance and exit gates.
18. The Fair Grounds will be open for the reception of exhibits from October 1st and anything may
lie shipped in care of tlie lfianagers of the grounds,
but in no case will such articles be brought to the
grounds and placed on exhibition except by and at
the owner's or authorized agent's expense.
14- All feed for stock will have to be provided by
exhibitor, but (hero will be feed on the grounds for
sale.    Poultry fetl free of charge.
16, The Board of Managers will use every precaution in their power for Ihe safe preservation of ar-
icles and slock on exhibition, bul will not he nccount-
01,11 KING COAL 18 I producing province end some of tlie
A  FAT OLO SOl'l,   finest men in the world are those who
  ' have pioneered In this industry and
Tlie report of the minlstor ot mines \ w,'° ar» """ prospecting tho hills
for tlie year ending Dec. 31st, 1917, j m/l bringing new treasures to light
wtth an ncccmpanylng map, showing
the mining divisions of the province
has recently been received nt tills office. There was not as great Hiking activity throughout the province
as might have been expected, considering the high prices being paid and
the almost   unlimited   demand   for tie hardly reach this total,
many kinds of ore that Britisli Col- j
nmbin   produces.      Nevertheless  the!
. . .    ,     .       fruits to Hie value of *-.r,,000 or more
province has made a good showing.1 ,, „ ., ,     ,
this year.     Both    strawberries nnd
raspberries    averaged   over *3  per
crate.
I'HOVIM'IAI,. NOTF.S
The Creston Indians are feeding almost illtl head of horses.   Their cat.
The  Creston   valley produced  soft
The report shows that one of the
most active companies in the province wns tlie Consolidated Mining £
Smelting Company, which operates: Tlll, rri,8ton v„nev |s endsavor|„e
lhe Sullivan mine in thiyistrlct       | „, „„„,.    oranbrook's    fierce thirst
Tho Sullivan mine produced by far ] with buttermilk.
the largest tonnage of any mine in
the  Kootenays.     The    smelter    re-
oelpts for the year show 112,000 tons tho Fernle inll awaiting trial,
to  the  credit  of  this  property.    Of' wpre captured atMichel,
this about 30,000 tons were zinc orci
for tho electrolytic plant, 5,000 tons'    '•"'" Dr m mm'ci twm Mor-
of pyrlte for the ucld plant, and the rlas,!>' Internment ™mp the other
balance silver lend ore. The usual; ,lfl!'- °"° WM «"*"•' •»' lllp B';"'d
amount ot mine development wns car- "" B1"° Wi«e"' bul '"" 1,eroro 1,e
rlod on.
Tho  Sliver  Slocan  ought   to come
Two deserters from Victoria are in
They
was shot  in   the leg.    The other  Is
sllll ut large.
Bx-Domlnion Constable Ardeu, of |
Pernio, lias been nrrcHled on tlie]
charge or accepting a bribe from un
Italian to in- ire his freedom from|
iu  the  Italian army.    Arden
nt lo Victoria lo Join tho Siheilnn
orps.    He was brogllt back to Fer-
enl passage at arms with n pet boar
hito its own again with silver $1 an
ounce.
Since mining first started In nrlt-
ish Columbia, about  60 years    ago,
nearly 1000,000,000.00 litis been taken   "ennui of the beds of thc rivers nnd the
bowels of the mountains.   The bald*
headed old mountains that frown on I """ »nl1 lr-llow awaiting trial
the many  but favor the few have;    ,hirr>. „„„,,„_ „, ftr||J,  ,„„, ;, ,,.
given   up n  tremendous amount of
wealth and their Iron bound chests
are still full of treasure and !s given j „.„„ b„„lv nlal„cd Rml „ „ „„,, „,„
up liberally to the men who go after ,,,.,,„ ,„. ,,,„ mtl„ ,,„„, „,„, Brnobcl,
II with hammer nnd steel, with pick ',,„ ,„.„r „   „,„ ,„,,„„, „,,,„ „„„„„„,.
tat shovel, with  powder, caps and ,,,„ ,„„„„.,. ,„ ,s(.„pc, „0 mM i,„v0
] been klllo     Tho hear killed the dog,
Many a hardy prospector has found  tut  thc  beer was uflcrwnrds killed.
the hills grow steeper until !i hus fl-,  _____
nally prospected bis  last mountain' SI/.INO IT Till:
since mining first began ln the pro- (IKKAT 1XTRUIOB
vlnce. , _
The luro of gold has resulted In' From tho Victoria Colonist,
the production of 1165,01)0,000 00 from' Hack from a two weeks' trip which
the gold treasures of this province, | took them along the lino of tlie G, T.
hut. coal heads lt off in value, the pro- j p. railway from Prince Rupert to
duction of tlie black diamond total-' rrlnce George nnd theneo south along
ling $176,000,000.00. Copper takes' tlie route of the P. 0. E. railway, the
tho third place with a total value of Government road, lo Qncsncl and on
over *130,OO0,O00.O0. | tu Ashcroft, Hon. J. II. King. Mtllls-
The total mineral production of tlie: icr of Public Works, and Hon. J. W.
province laHt year wos 187,010,882.00,' do 11. Fnrrls. Atlorney-Oenorol. were
copper hosdlng the list and followed onihiislnstlc over tho Immense poten-
III order by, coal, gold, tine, lead, all-1 tlulltios of the vast territory served
ver, coke and miscellaneous. j by the two railways, Its possibilities
nrltlsh Columbia Is « gnhvt mineral' as  a  future  hnme  for  hundreds of
THE BORIS
HAMBOURC  TOUR
Auditorium
BORIS HAMBOURC
WORLD'S     RENOWNED
'CELLIST.
MABEL MILE?-
CANADA'S FAMOUS SO-
PRANO.
ONE OF THE MOST AC-
COMPLISHED PIAN-
ISTES EN TOUR
One Night
ONLY!
SEP! 19
AN EVENING OF THE MOST INSPIRING MUSICAL
AND VOCAL SELECTIONS THE  EAR AMI'HEART
COULD RESPOND TO
Prices
75 cts. $1.00   &   $1.50
SEATS ON SALE AT BEATTIE & MURPHY'S
A  SPECIALITY
One  Try   Will  Convince
You
C. P. R. Watch Inspectors
Raworth Bros.
Next to Post Onlce
We'll see yi'u ul lhe Thousand Dollar
da , Sept. iOth, ."Army and Navy
Christmas  Cheer."
IV OMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meets lu the
Parish llali
llrst Tuesday
afternoon of
every month
at 3 p.m.
I'n-s.. Mrs. E.
II. I,unman
icy, Mrs. J. w. llurtcn, 1'. O. Box 881.
All ladles co-dlally Invited.
!<Sj*~»
LAIIH.A'V *  imVOLF
Chll and Mining Engineers
| II. C. Land Surveyors
CltANBROOK, B. 0.
I in: ikimi: lUKKItY
Unlit. Frame, Prop.
'•'iv.n llieail, Cukes, Phu
anil Pastry
Phojo 37
Norbury Ave.      opp City Ball
Gllltl) & SPREULL
Barristers, Etc.
IV. F. (•vii-il (i. j. Spreull
FIIAMIHOOK, B.C.
l»rs. Green & MacKinnon
I'lii slc'ans und Surgeons
Oliii-t-  at   residence,  Armstrong
Avenue
OFFIIH HOUItS
Forenoons   8.0ft to 10.00
Afternoons   2.011 lo   4.00
Rvenlnt's   7.80 to   8.30
Sundays    2.30 to   4.20
1-ltAN'liriOOK. D. 0.
Consolidated Mining _ Smelting Co.
of Canada Limited
Office, smelting and Refining Department
TRAIL, BRITISH COLUMBIA
SMELTERS     AND     REFINERS
Purchaser of Gold, Silver, Copper, Lead and Zinc Ores.
ia ha aac Brand Pig Lead, milestone, Spelter and Copper
CANADIAN
Pacific
CHANGE IN
TRAIN   SERVICE
No.
08
Lv.       Medicln Hat
Ar.
6.25 a.
m.
Ar.        Cranbrook
Lv.
4.05 p.
m.
Lv.         Cranbrook
Ar.
3.50 p.
m
Ar.   Kootenay Landing
Lv.
11.20 p.
m.
Effective August 18,1918, there will lie a general change
in train service. Times for trains at Cranbrook will bet
No 67
11.30 p. m.
12.00 Noon
12.15 p. m.
3.45 p. in.
No. 825 Daily ex. Sun.
T.tlli a. in-       Lv.        Cranbrook
8.30 a. in.       Ar. Klmberley
No. 821. Mon and Thut-R.
9-00 a. m.        Lv. Cranbrook
6.00 p. ni.       Ar. Athalmer
Tues. and Fri.
9.00 a. m.      Lv- Athalmer
11,00 a.m.       Ar. Golden
No. 824 Dally 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.
To Miners,
Contractors, Etc.
A Contract for driving 500 feet of Tunnel, size 10x12
feet and 500 feet of Crosscut, size 8x9 feet, at the Sullivan Mine, Klmberley, will be made with responsible
parties, Specifications may be obtained on application
to the undersigned.
A further contract of 500 feet of both tunnel and crosscut will be considered on completion of the above.
THE   .
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
Superintendent
SULLIVAN MINES, KIMBERUEY, B.C.
DR. F. II. MILES
DENTIST
nitli-e In Hiuison Bloeh
OFFICK HOURS
9 lo 12. a.m.
1  In    u p.m.
CRANBROOK, II. C.
The Shoo Specialist
,101! -lARAPODI
Satisfaction fiiinrtnteeil
.I'-mlquarters for all kinds of
Repairs
I.O.O.F.
lil'.VClTV LOPHE. No. 42
Meets every
Monday night
at Fraternity
Mall.     Sojourning   Oddfellows
'■urillMty Invited.
I-:. H. Mi-Plice. J.W. Spence,
Secy. N. O.
lilAMIBOOK   I'OTTAUK
HOSI'ITAI,
Private Nursing Home
Licensed by Provincial  Govt.
Maternity add lieneral Nursing
Massage anil Rest Cure, Highest
References, terms liunlcrato.
Apply Mrs. A. Crawford, Matron
I'lionu _'i I'- O. Box 840
Address, Garden Ave. Cranbrook
KMOIITS OF PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, B. G.
Heels every Tuesday at 8 p.m. In
the Fraternity Hall
H. C. Carr, C. C.
C. H. Collins. K. It. ft 8.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited to attend.
OVUUSEASCLUn
Meets In Mup'.u Hall second
Tuesday of every month at I
p. n.
Membership opeu to Britten
citizens.
Visiting UK-rollers cordially
wflromed.
K. V. Brake,       I. F. Lower,
I'ri-iildent. Hecretary
CHAS. S. I'ARKER
Forwarding and  Mlstrlbutlns
Agent for
l.i-lhlirldge and flrmnklll Coal
Imperial Oil Co.
Dlstrliutlou Cars a Specialty.
Drn-'lritr anil Transferring
Given prompt attention
Phone n
V. M. MACPHERSON
Undertaker
Phone DM
Nnrhary Ave, ml to City Hall
.______■ THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12th, 1818
THE  CRANBROOK HERALD
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PAGE THREf.
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R^iIliii'iiMh'ih^./.rir-ri  ■■■v.i'x'i-;:.--,- ..'-..li-ii'iii ,>,,. i.UirLt:^- ■-
Fir\e Watches
Watches—good watches—
are In great demand. Everyone must, in these anxious
times, make the most ot every minute—therefore ho.
must have an accurate
watch to measure his minutes. Our stock includes aU
the standard makes that
have established their dependability. Cases to suit
your laste.
Wrist Watches
fur tlm Soldier
Leather mounted wrist
watches, with "radium"
dial to show in tho dark,
aro featured for our soldier
bo)-.   A. wide assortment.
111.1b. Mason
JFlVKI.IIt
£■'"''*"•»
,»/,;»',....
a
HOW IT HAPPENED
Tun British soldlora »  In
tn o rostant't al al Salonika umi
miked for Tiirl ly nnd Oieoco,
The motor s id: I'm sorry
ai-ntli-iiii-u bul 1 oan'l S'-ivin."
wlteroupoti U10 Tomnilea cried:
"1-vti-li the Bojphorus,,, Wlu-ii
that gentlemtui arrived and
heard  tho complnint, he said:
"Well gentian  I don'l like in
RllBsIn, bul   ynu can't   Itiiulnaii-
In." And so Un- poor Tommlos
hud In kii av.i-y Hungary."
OFT   VOl It   CANNING   HACK
FOR $1.1111   1,1(011
■-.)
WIih (aro you going to wear to
That   Thousand   Dollar  Ihince
on Septemlier I'IMIi
F. PARKS & CO.
Hardware & Mil! Supplies
Cranbrook     -     B.C.
J^/ocal and personal
Kllby frames pictures.
Work has commenced on the new
Kootenay Orchards school.
Slice repairs, all kinds.   Stnr 31)00
Simp, opposite depot.
dot you- laoee and bIioo uolleli at
tho  Star  Shoe  lilio'p,  opposite  ocpot.
^M_i|
f*eeHe^JP|*
Jg3p9
KM6_&Bfy^|
to'siiHntfKtJi
- - — i iMiTr- ■- v I,
*-*«,,,,< ;nc_V_Kl!
i*f<''0UrrU'S. J!
••■--■    -■• £5M
Henii ro
of
linllallnii"
Soli
ail Hie
•lei-Its
ni'
..., ,.,,.s
•MMl'NT
Thanksgiving Day will fall this year
ni Monday, October 14.
Wm. Taylor, C. P. It. tiro warden on
tin- [timberloy branch, for tlie sum-
ini'i-, him gone io Crows Neat.
Jusi  in u eoninlatQ aasorttnent of
ilillili'i-ii'i liuin and innm In i-nrdiiroys
ami volvolB.    Moffatt's Variety store.
Knights nf ColutnbtiBi Dominion
ivlde Uni npnoai, Boptember 16th, to
the L-utii      will V'OU help?
'I'he ivaiiliii' nuiiitijly laesttng nf the
l-'iinui-iH lustllnte will he held nu
Kntiii-ilny, Bept.  llth, ul 2,80 1>. m.
The Clarion Cull. Help! 1500,000,00
Dominion wide Army Hut Appeal,
Knights of Columbus, Sept. 16 io 20.
Army Hut Appeal Campaign, Sept-
omber I "-Hi tu >hi< _1111,. KnlglilK of
Cplumbus, Wll.l. VOU HELP,
The Wuiuen.s lliBtltute will hold u
■'Tiik Day" on Saturday, Sept, 28th.
Please note Hie date.
Home dresseB, regular price $2.15:
speclul cuhIi price $1.50 each. Mof-
fatt's Variety Store.
WOMEN
Suffering from
—lassitude, low spirits and
Innure with Benle & Elweli. *oss 0f appetite W-Jj gnd fe.
Local fresh e^7u-J butter at .11    f"»'A ^D^'   )«&**
times.   Cranbrook Trading Co. *°0lC8>   hette\    health    and
  ciearer complexionr.hy using
East Kootenay Fair dates at Beecham's Pills   They give
cranbrook—Oct. 2 and 3.        - .v°u thejrery hek you need,
,,  , and are a natural aid to the
special io per cent cash discount stomach, liver, bowels and
on  all  lennis  shoes.    Moffatt's Var-    [jlooc]<    Gentle nnd positive
lety stor-'       , in action, without any disa-
Alex, mtohle, of invermere, was in: greeable after-effects—Use
the city on  Monday.
*t1      __-i_r.fis!fll      R<_    f>
Wages arc away up in "C." nnd men      ~u  ft ■ ffl- li ■ *?     r .■*    t-
aro flcarVfe, no B&ya John Martin. Sfc
on hi ii agination to provide him j
wii(- c'lanipulcn, rj-e, Scotch or boor,
opeu tha valve ink) drink nil Ids tank
will hol«
Thc sanitary drinkiuu fountain ha*
been ereotsd on Baker street, H<
b very one who it thlrrty come yo to
the fountain ii is in--, refreshing
.ind bountiful.
Hipf1- tomatoes this week and next
lor |1.16 case, twenty pounds. Oran-
brook Trading Oo.
IJ PHIS
are werih a
pi;.£a a box
Undtoj, djiemt ;k| Valti t< Vm* --»„i,|, fa-flu
a«u imirtm,  jn bun, »-. -nti,
Tho Mioses Drummond, of dan-
brook, spent several clays in the city
lust week, the guests oi" their sister,
Mrs Pred Dennison. Pernie Free Press,
.uii\\v until (lie heart say* stop" on
Tan'" day in he held by thc members
of the St. John Ambulance AdSOCla-
inn during 'Pair time.
Tin
ot milk lies gone up once
more In Fertile—six qua'rtB for a dollar and In Nelson they set five quarts
for a ('.ollnr.
16 per cent off all our Fishing
Tackle till ond of montii. Moffatt's
Variety  Store.
Ill
TIIE                   |j
C0EUR D'ALENE ji;
spukniif. Washington      > \
-
thi: Hon;.- mm a  |lj
ri-:itsov\MT\
This  bouse  has   Vu        jjj
happj •llitluotlon of he-         L j
lug   tlie   favorite  stop*
ping  plaoe in  Bpokaus        j !
for Hie people of British
Columbia We appr W;itt<          1 |
(bin  patronage and th)           i
everything in our power
to make you comfortable         i'!
j
i
Our  location  Is  excellent —
Oloio to Dreat Northern Station     i
and (»   W   U   R   S     Mllwnuke
terminal) and within a mto*;te_
«Rik from the principal buslaesB     J
houses hi-ti places ol amusement
1
i
Met-   Sh-i.iuOilii   on   Itunf
j.xzz -. _.-._lb ■__...a-...v..J_.^s--_
"QtVE UNTIL THE HEART SAYS
STOP" when the members of ihe Cranbrook Branch or the St. John Ambulance Association holds their Tap Day
during Fair time.
The Farmers' Institute has induced
the show Management to increase the
classes and prizes, pledging that the
turnout would compensate them—
help us to make Rood.—A. B. Smith.
Miss Mcl-coii wishes to announce
to the ladles of Cranbrook her Millinery opening, starting Tuesday September 17th. nnd the following days
ol that week.
J. F, DEACON
Automobiles for hire.. .Boats
tn Oreen Buy in Connection.
PHONE 38       CRAXBROOK
Montana Rostmirnnl
Veil*, hi All Hours
i iirar*;, Cigflreltofl nmi (nnd)
CKANBROOK STHKKT.
Opposite tho n.'tnii of Commerce
If vou wnnt Batisfactton
with vour waKhh'p
send It to
MOVrA\A i,.\rM»uv
Soeclal ttrit'pa for fumilv
work
"WHBTE"
SEWING [MACHINES
MADE IN CANAO.
FOU   CANADIAN   HOMES
WILL GIVE VOU
COMFORT
EASE AND
REAL PLEASURE
WHILE SEWING
Can you think of nny reason why
there should not be one In your
home?
THE  NAME
Alvin E. Perkins
Mhh the :to years' of valuable factory
nnd other experience, stand for positively the best in the profession of
Tuning & Repairing
of PIANOS
Honesty of Purpnso nmi Conscientious
Workmanship, oml strongly endorssd
liy tlie best authority ln Canada,
piano manufacturers who are positively particular where thoy put. tlieir
signature.
As follows: tlrlntzman ft Co.,,
Morris *i Karn Co., Qourlay Piano
Co., Dominion Piano Co., Nowco'mbe
Piano CO., Fletcher Bros., Gerhard
llelntr.mun House, Vancouver, Prof,-
J. D. A. Tripp, Vancouver; Mason ft
lllsch Co.
ATTKNTIOV-Mr. Perkins Is late ow-
Iiik to Illness In his home, but will
bo In Ihe city not later than Sept.
i-mber.
W.   Dmm,   llmliriHik   A|a*l
Piano Itosoiis by arrangement, Phone 484, or call at
20!l Hanson Ave. Miss Lois
Gamble. 33-4t
Marriage and giving iu marriage
will Boon ho a losl ul-t. In Creston. according In tlie Review, which says Unit
tilers lias not been a ni-irrlage thore!
for seven months. Maybe they are all
iree lovers down iu that neighborhood.
C'ranhrp ■
tain for ho
( ha«   ad :i drtnkfn
aea an.' other anlm
I'nrii-
,N tor
a long tins
>, ion the two-Iegg
id  an-
tn-! haa :■
• i io aaw-aga hi.-, ii
Irat ai
now, than)
a in Conrad W. .!<
Itiiaon,
ho can dr
k  lo  ! i.-   heart'.-:  t
ontent
The mini-'tera of ('rnnhrook have
•mi'd themselves into a ministerial
walatUm, with Rev. H. Wright as
i*-ident and Ray. John Sinclair as
aecretary, The first meeting wns held
In Hie Y. M. C. A. last Monday afternoon. Tiie following were present. Kev
Harrison, Rev, Pow, Rev. Lee, Rev.
Wright and Rev. Sinclair. The president gave a very helpful address and
discussion followed. The next raeet-
i g will he held on Monday 7th Oct-
nher. when Rev. Harrison will give
. Hi" address.
Information haa heen received from
Lieut. E. S. Phillips concerning the
I nature of. his wounds. Th bullet enter-
I ed the top nf the right shoulder and
tiiiiie nut jiiwi below the shoulder
blade, He wan taken fioni the tren-
chei liy a college friend who was oqn-
rtected wltn tthe Methodlal missionary
field work, Mr. Wollam. who was for-
iiH'ily : tut | al  Moyle iu 1913. Mr.
Wollam la attached*, to the 13th tun-
lance corpa at tho present time.     Li.
Phillips t-R-ites that he is getting along
well He isjn the -nd Southern Qen-
oral lliipitiil: Southraead, Bristol,
Ktij.. iir expect* to be In Luciano for
six raonthu before h will he able to resume  hla duties da an Officer in  the
I rlghl oul  iti Lh
.Mrs. A. A. Thompsoii, of Burwell
Avenue, returned ou Sunday from a
week's visit wtth friends in Spokane.
Wjkah., and St. Marys. Idaho.
Car of oats, wheal and hurley, also
hurley chop, just hi. Cranhrook Trading Co,
If your Hoof leaks gel it al leaded i
lo Im IV. J. Sell-,- of Cranlirnok, o(d
Hunt's af every doserljltloil repaired and
coated tilth iinpnmd Asphalt Cent*
■nt and WniTiinted tight.
%.M far Kill square feet.
Tiie annual meeting of the Cranhrook Brunch of the St. John Ambulance Association wilt he held in the
v. M. c. A. on Tuesday September 16th
at 7:^o p. m. All members nre requested to attend.
Kindergarten classes at King Edward's school, 10 a. m, to 12 noon.
Readings Writing, Drawing, Sewing,
Number work, Singing and Drill. $5.40
a month (4 weeks) Including mater-
Two cars of timothy hay this week.
Cranbrook Trading Co.
Shorthand, Typewriting and Bookkeeping at King Kdward'- School. Day
classes, $12.00 a month; Evening classes. $6,00> Private lessons by arrangement.
N. A. Robson. of Vancouver, brother of P. A. Rob-on, of the Cranbrook Jobbers, arrived in the city
last week to enjoy o few days' fishing
Cranbrook is becoming famous ns a
fishing : ?!-.ort. There's no better
sport anywhere in tiie world.
WANT ADS.
Tin- nili-K lur ailviills >nts In Oils ualiimti under a cliisslllrd head Is as
fiillonsi Throe linos, olio Insertion   (in- --'u-.. Hired Insertions iii tho sumo
,-.,l. '.lie. Fr.iruer tuts in |iro|iorllon„,
Till: ST A IS SECOND HANI!  STOBR I KADIES' AND ciill.lillEN'S  under-j
1,1st  <i(   llurunliis   (Ills   Wook.     I clothing, socks and stockings mended!
ART  HURON   HEATER
condition oh new; $;to.
--Cist   |6',
TEXT-i'xl2, only been used on<
BICyCt_-«Tn    Rooil   condition,   for
sale cheap.
A 0001) RANGE ol healers from *3
up.
MANDOLIN—Cost .$!•",; bargain *s.
Itli-'I.E—Ellgllsli make, oust *2D, bar-
sain »10.
KITCHEN RANCH—Cost *54; $28.
THE STAR SECOND HAND STORK
lias moved to a more convenient lo-
catlon, nenrev Rakor street, next to
Pntrnofe Bros.
LOST—One strawberry Ror.n Horse,
lu . w:.:-..- (.ice. Branded I. S. left hip.
U- ' i :i Elko, B. C. Reward, Downs
and Relnecke, Flagstone.
Wi
with
witli
road
vice
ns I
Coin
Appe
SA'ITHIIAV 8PECIAI1
:lass vases, res. price 50c &
: Saturday only at 40c and
.     Moffatt's Variety  Store.
TIIK CAM.
e have rallied around   tlie   flag
complete fullness    of   devotion,
loyal hearts niul   sturdy   arm
y to place nil we aro at the set-
of our country. WILL YOI" HELP
arry on tlie work. Kntplits of j
minis  Dominion Wide Army Hill j
ni. September 16th to the 20th.
WANTED—Boy to milk a few cows
and assist in tlie garden. Apply Box
':'. Herald office. 33-tf
I    WANTED—Nurse girl, Apply to Mrs.
| II. E. Howard. Hnrncll Ave.     28-tt
i tied and table linen and curtains also
i mended. MARY- ISABEL- BUTLER,
- 1)12 Clark Ave., cor. Louis St.
"860BUYS l-'Ol'R ROOM PLASTED-
DE COTTAOE—Two lots, fenced., electric light anil water. Close to Bchool.
Apply  Herald office. tr.
WANTED A maid apply lo Mrs.
Martin McCreery, phone 4S7.      tf
WANTED—Men and teams for log-
King operations, Apply to .1. A. Tor-
iney, Copelnnd, Idaho. 34-8t-p    |:
SAWINO.  OUTFIT POR SALE — Six j ■
horsepower gasoline engine and drag'
saw for cutting wood.   C. OodderU. |
FOR SALE---Mnson & Riselt plauo
and stool; $125.00 cash for quick i
sale. Apply A. Hailing, city. 31-3t-p!
FOR KENT OR SALE—Modern house I
close In. Apply P. O. Box 112 or 136 '
Armstrong Ave. 31-tf
CANARIES FOR SALE—tlood song- ■
sler. Apply S. Fyles, at tlie Postofflce. \
32-3t-p.'
' MEN'S
CLOTHING
We have just received a nice
assortment of SUITS for Men
Particular attention is invited
to the new styles for Young
Men
Good material, well finished
and fully guaranteed to give
satisfaction and at reasonable
prices
LEAVE     YOUR     ORDER
FOR   A   TAILORED SUIT
OUR   TAILORS    ARE
EXPERTS
Bring your friend- to llio Thousand Hollar Hanoi- Sopl. _ nl,
-
RABBITS    FOR    SALE-
-Plione    367
28-3t-p
FOR SALE- A Ford Touring Car In
good condition. Address Box 2, Herald office. 34-tf
('A*.'   .vour   Fruit   and   Vegetables,
meal, or flsli. liy tiio Sttam Pressure
System. Send for Catalogue and
,irlces of Home and Commercial Canning Plants. Equipment Dojit.. Vancouver Island Fruit Lands. M.lmlted.
Belmonl Bldg.. Vlctorin. B C
. I
FOR RENT—Modern Bungalow.   For
particulars apply to c. Van Braam.
Phone 404. or P. O. Box 428.       34-tf
T.ik   Cranbrook   Herald
Subscribe for it $2.00 a year
THE BEST FAMILY XEWS-
PAPER PUBLISHED IN
SOUTH EASTERN BRITISH
COLUMBIA       ::       ::       ::
NT. MARK A SPF.CIAI.TV OF PINE
JOB PRINTING
S I ''?*•>*"'
- %.'
It M. Taylor and family, lately nf
Ar;.;:i>n\ Btopjwd over n few days in
Hie oil,- I' st. week on tlieir way to
' ■•Tiny, where he will enter tho
employ of the Coiispltdated Mining
and SmeUing Co., at tlie Sullivan
mine Rfr, Taylor Ib :i mlnipQ engineer of leiiKtiiy experience iu Colorado
nnd Arizona and from what he hns
already seen In tltifi district feeln he
Ih hour to ho very pleased with lhe
country, climate and conditions.
tal us live while we Hvo, for life Is
shorl and we will l>o n long time dend
The officers of the local Farmers'
liistltiiie very urnenlly ask the members in do all they cap lo make the
Kill I Pair a sucpcbs. It Iti a busy
lime, hut we believe thnt a year hence
Ihe llmo devoted lo getting out what
yon have and yourself and family aa
well to this short holiday will not he
regretted.
A. It Smith says we have a lot of
good live stock -here und the livestock Industry is a solid one for which
ihe country is particularly adapted,
The Hon. Minister of Agriculture Is
expected to be at the fair; let us
show him what we have. Tho crops
may be short this season, but the cattle nnd horses are looking well, let
each one, even at some sacrifice, get
out a small showing and the total
will be well worth our efforts. Try
getting behind and pushing—and
push hard.
DR. DeVAN'S FRENCH PILLS ftyjfc
juintiii-t i>iii tor Women, |.'i a hox or thrco for
JUli. .doM at Kit Hi-uk stow, or iuaUc-i to any
MMnuonrcmiptol jirlco.  thi Bcokt.h Huch
""   H%. r.tt'iitriiii**i. itiiMtifi. __
0SPH0N0L FOR MEN. %ffl
VIU)lty;tor K*m and Hraln; InflrWlH* "gray
jnjtteF'is Tonic -will hutltl yon tip.ttflbox.or
.wo lor JV nt rlr-i>r dtori'it. nr hy uttil on ri-Rpl|it
ir~-r|pp I'hk .''i*oi';.i.i iKim- Co , .it. i ntl.»riii.a
OnUrto.
East Kootenay Fall Fair
CR.ANBR.OOK.
BRISISH   COLUMBIA
Wed, and Thurs., October 2 and 3
The Event of the  Season $2,000 in Prizes
AEROPLANE    FLIGHTS    EVERY    AFTERNOON
HY (IM- OF TIIK BEST AVIATORS IN Till: IVKST
Two Days
Horse Races
—
*■: m&',r.?y~^£
And Other
:: SPORTS ::
PURE   BRED ; LIVE    STOCK,    POULTRY,    FRUITS,    VEGETABLES    ETC.
MIDWAY ATTRACTIONS:— BOUCHERS CANADA SHOWS AND CARNIVAL
1AIII ~VII.I, CLOSE WITH A DAM'K IX THE AUDITOHH'M.      TIIIHSIIAY   IXTQBKH 8nl, AT 00 P. M.
SPECIAL RAILWAY RATES OK FARE and 0XE-THIRI) FROM AU. STATIONS BROCKET  TO   KOOTENAY
LANDING, INCLUSIVE, TO CRANRROOK AND RETURN. DATES OF SALE OCT. 1. 2. 3. RETURN LIMIT OCT. 4
Sonil For A Prize I.IhI
A.  L.  MC DERMOT
SECRETARY
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THE CRANBROOK HERALD
THURSDAY, SEPT, 12th, 1918
)       '.',;: 11  :;■ ii.--f.ri.- : imuuJii
happenings throughout   uhe
^District
m
V—' :':.::: ■:"..::.::".:
Contributed by Our Regular
Correspondents
_'-.;:;■.:.'   ■!,      ' ■■-, ..Jt;:T ..'.::"i.i: ;'ir::ii:iE
♦»#*******:    On other men conferred;
* ENTERMERE NOTES       *   Don't Rive a parting kid; to one
#      Whii fell because ho erred.
* *   Don't think that you are perfect and
Tlie  Eighth Annual Pall  Pair* of     The only Blze in stock;
the  I-ake  Windermere  District took ^d now vuce move, just hear in mind
I'uol ca.: knock.
Ba
Von Gormhun, one time private Bccrctary to Kataer Bill, passed
.-■rn-' Rlko on i!* way ta the Uni-
od Statei whoro a warm reception
awaits him, from the Morrissey In-
teri menl cr.rap,
Show thi paper to your friends.
Fliei mig! i I ave * few loose dollars
about ilic'r persons and subscribe for
It    Vou know tha' li payB to nAver-
Mr. and Mra. Leard and children,
aad Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Sinclair and
children all made a fishing trip out
to the Big Sands oh Saturday and re-
tiirnod home oa Monday evening with
a large catch.
Master Walter Martin returned
home from Sirokune last week, where
he spent his summer vacation.
place recently being held on the
grounds of tho Dominion Government
experimental station and those of the
public School Immediately adjoining
the station. The exhibits this year
were larger ia number than at any
previous exhibition and tho attendance from outside points was good.
The strongest pari of the Fair this
year was the Increase in the number
of live stock, inning the last few
years several registered sires have
been   Introduced  amongel   the cattle uw-
und the results of these Importations     Doctor and Mrs. earner, MrB. Cum-
were clearly evldenl  in tho typo of mlngs r.nd Miss Ungley. superinten-
animals exhibited dent of tie Fernle General Hospital.!
Prof   Saddler, of the Unlvorsity of were Klko visitors this week
British Columbia; i-:. m. Barlow, Asn-
JollS th follow who's down today.
ststont  Provincial  Agriculturist;  and CHvo Mm B smile ror his sorrow;
Everett Hogan of the same depart- The World Bometlmos has 11 funny
ment  ;u tod P   judgeB of the main ox- *•'>'■
hihit..   The holies' work was judged j And you may he down tomowow
hy Mesdames Oliver I!. Kickards, c
Thunder  Hill  and  Hume, of Wotat
kiwln.   Alberta.      A    comptlmentar
dinner was tendered to the judges 0
Pred Roo Ib down in the Roosviiie
alley ami Tobacco plains this week
nd seems to liavo a special commls-
lon for boosting the Cranhroolt fair,
The  Flagstone branch of the Tobacco   plains   and   RooBVltte    \alley
gave 11 special dance In honor of Miss
Jenny Nichols, of Roosviiie, and MIab
'.'^ a. Molsio, of Flagstone, teachers on
night,   in   Sunshine  Hall,
tlie evening of tho first day.
Captain B. 11. Carllle, of Spllllma-
chono, B. C., and of Wotnsklwto, son
of Sir Hildred and Lady Carllle.who
was first officially reported as missing, has since been reported as a p,B^ w]l,c„ ,vas W(1„ attem-e(,
prisoner ia Germany. ^ fl ^j MCCMfc
In the judging of tlir Held eorape- T|lfl ,,„,,.„.. is a hjl,)|iy mam
lillons for polaii.es the honors  were      M.t] ;|) |!i([ V,1MJ(,K ;,. rreo;
carried off by Jas. 8. Johnston, with  X()  ,-,„.,,,,,.„  looking down  his neck,
a total or D2 1-2 points out or a pos-      X(( m.(,(1 (,; b((HS lmH ,10
Bible 101).   Messrs. J, \V. Crawford, of
Pairmo.it Hoi Springo, and Arthur J.
Walker,  ii   Invermere,   secured  2nd
and 3rd places with a score of ill 1-2
and iti   points  respectively.     There
were ten competitors all told.
ELKO NOTES
By Fred Roo
Jim Thlstlebeak suys "Don't be a
knocker."
Don't criticise ymu- neighbor's faults
No matter whal they do;
Don't, ridicule tho masses or
Malign the chosen few;
Don'l  think yourself the coh ior foi
The silly human flock;
And just -'member ns you go
That any fool can knock.
Don't laugh n( those who make mis
t:ikej
And stumble on 'ho way;
Por you are up! to follow them
And almost any day.
Don't think the others shirting sands
While you are -olid rock;
And don't rorget, for heaven's sake,
That any fool can knock.
Don't he :   puller .lown of fame
(in account or th big demand for
! les several tie camps will be started
1 iu the Roosviiie valley this winter.
Mr,!, A. Boss and daughter, of Riverside Park, lefi  Sunday for Nelson,
whoro IIh;' will in future reside. Miss
_ I L. Boss la attending high school tn
m' Nelson and left Elko some time ago.
;    On account of the big demand for
lumber coming    lu the    Downs and
i Rlenocko mill in Roosviiie valley ex-
' l ecis tn : tart up again. -
KORT STEELE NOTES
An Austrian named Fred Siderke
was arrested last week by constable
Whlsh for violating certain regulations governing tlie movements ot
alien enemies In Canada. Siderke was
brought before Justice of the Peaco
lt. b. T. Galbralth, and wus lined $50
aud costs.   The fine was paid.
The Port Steele Public School was
opened yesterday morning for lhe
first lime since the summer vacation.
It was with some difficulty that a
teacher was secured for the school.
Miss Hand the new teacher arrived
on the stage Monday.
Any person who doubts that the
Canadian Y. M. C. A. In France is not
all that "its crnckedup about" Just ask
any C. K P. soldier that has boon over
there. In a letter from Pie. Albert
Bell to his mother Mrs. A. J. Ores,
referring to the Y. M. 0. A. lie writes:
"They do great work over here, they
furnish picture shows—they also build
theatres for our concert.., parties and
we have good shows over here equal
to those played in England or Canada.
1 can tell you it helps out a whole
lot when the boys come out of the
trenches for a rest".
W F. Cameron left tbe city Tuesday
by way of Spokane and Seattle to
Vancouver, thence to his home at Salt
Springs, N. S. Mrs. Cameron and
daughters will join him at Kenora,
Ontario.
D. M. Cowan, former secretary of
the Y. M. C. A. here, Is now In To
ronto attending the school of aeronautics and is now a full fledged
flyer. He can loop the loop, volplane
etc.
Mayor Clapp and family and Mrs.
Howard and Mr. Webster and family
spent a week at the St. Clair Hot
Springs, where they had a thoroughly enjoyable time. The Mayor says he
Is now In the pink of condition.
Hiilnr showed up well en Sailors Tag
Day with a collectclon of $61.85. The
splendid energies of the Misses Marjory, Myrtle and Hasel Goodman and
Mrs. tieorge Manahan being responsible for the result. Miss Marjory Goodman was In charge.
ARSTY AND NAVY XMAS
CHEER WANTED
Names and addresses with Reg. No.
Unit etc. to date of Boys from the
Cranbrook District who are on Service overseas; please notify P. O. Box
208.
Don't let it be said he was forgotten
because he has gone into hospital or
changed his address.
POR SALE—A few Dark Cornish and
White Wyandotte cockerels cheap if
taken al once.   A. B. Smith.    35-lt
Reallle-Murphj  Co.
llll I III Mil I 1 ' \
HMtl'OKATION OF THE  CITY
CRANHROOK
OF
Jit the Churche#\
METHODIST CHURCH
Rev. R. W. Lee, Pastor.
BAPTIST CHURCH
.. Rev. J. L. Sinclair, Pastor
11 u. m. Public Worship
Sermon—Subject "The Poorest Man
on Earth".
12 noon—Bible School. 1
7:30 p. m. Public worship. j
Sermon--Subject "The Richest Man
In Town". |
Tlie pastor at both services.
Bible School Rally Day. Sunday
MACIC
BAKING POWDER
CONTAINS   NO ALUM
Flashes, Dots and Dashes    XX
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WARDNER NOTES
Sept \,—Mrs. Longworth, of Elko,
was in town visiting nt tlie home of
Air. aud Mrs. J. Wright,
Tho Hlg Red Cross dance given at
the Club Hall on Friday evening,Aug.
:iu, proved a success in every way.The
splendid music for the occasion was
furnished by the ('ranbrook orchestra.
About 50 couples were present. A
wm- time lunch was served at midnight at which all participated. At
a late hour tiie dance broke up and
everyone delcared that they had enjoyed themselves immensely.
When Blue-nosers are tailed
"doughheads" that settles it. Thc
Mayor of Halifax called his aldermen
"damn foolB" aud "dead men," but
when he called them "doughheads"
they ull resigned.
The bride's lament—What fools we
mortals be. We many in haste and
repent at leisure. It is easier to fall
into the matrimonial trap than it is
to get out of it. Why isn't divorce
made just us easy as marriage? Why
should we be allowed to get married
at all? It may be nil right that what
the Lord joins together let no man
put asunder, but the Devil, not thc
Lord, is at the bottom of a good many
marriages.
The Germans make better swimmers
than they do sailors. But a goodly
number of their swimming tubs hove
gone to the bottom. Davy Jones.s
locker will soon be full of them.
It Is said that Htndenburg is not
dead, but he might as well be. He Is
no longer directing the war operations—General Foch Is doing that for
him and doing it very well.
The Pochs ore all very well, thank
you; prosperous and happy.
It is reported that the Fins ate all
coming out on the side of Gtimany
W'liai does the German porpoise want
with fins? What he wants is a bladder to keep him afloat.
Mrs. Adamson S6o, Mrs. Topham 25c,
Mrs. dllroy 10c, Airs. Moffatt "!5c, Mrs.
McClure 25c, Air-.. Godderls 25c, Mist
Smith 10c, Mrs. Krlcltson 260, Mrs,
Uummlngs $1.26; total $9.05.
Par Airs. .1. J, Johnson; Mrs. Pattinson 25c, Mrs. Komhurg 25c, Mrs.
Woodland 85c, -Mrs. Sullivan 15c, Mrs.
Honeyman 25c, Airs. Parker $1, Mrs.
Mannerloy 25c, Mrs. Kirkland 25c,Mrs.
Wilson 25c Mrs. lierrington $1, Mrs.
Lacy $1, Mrs. Maun %\> Mrs, Millor $1,
Mrs. Taylor 25c, Mrs. Eley 25c, Mrs.
Plstone 75c, Mrs. Woods 25c, Mrs. R.
McBurney $1. Mrs. M. Horie fl, Mrs.
Plnlay 45c, Mrs. Marapodie $1, Mrs.
Tyler 25c, Mrs. Graham 50c, Mrs.
Holmes 50c. Mrs. Rosline 25c, Mrs.
Cnssells 25c; total $13,60.
Por Bessie Woodman and Marlon
McKinnon: Mrs. Jones $1, Mrs. A. D.
Bridges 50c, Mrs. Davis 25e, Mrs, T.
Walker 25c, Mrs. Greenwood 25c, Mrs.
McPaydeu 40c, w. 1;. Bardgett $l,Mrs,
McKinnon $1, Mrs. Woodman 25c,Mrs.
Donahue $1, Mrs. Reed 25c, Mrs. Shep-
hard 50c, Mrs. Brooks 25c, Mrs. Wise
Airs. Mulrhend 25c, Mrs. Bartholomew, si-.. 15c, Mrs. George 10c,Mrs.
Mrs. Corey 25c, Mrs. Simpson 25c,
Airs, Bartholomew, jr., 50c, Miss G.
lardgett 25c, Miss E. Hean 25c MIbs
A Somerville 25r, O. Simpson lUc.Mrs.
South 25c. Mrs. Unrdgett 25c, Jame;
Reekie 25c, G. Mackinnon 25c, Chong
Kong 25c, friends 25c; total $11.50
Per Annie McBirnle: MrB. McCrln-
dle $1, Mrs. Kcefe 50c, Mrs. Fenton 30c
Mrs. Carson 25c, Mrs. Harvey 50c, Mrs.
Mueller 25c, Mr. Mueller 25c,Mr.Hesse
25c, Mrs. F. Parks $2, Annie McBirnle
30c, Mrs. T. Armstrong 10c, Mrs, Con-
atantine 50c, Mis, Hartnell 50c, Jim
Jarvis 25c, Leonard Burton 25c, Mrs.
D. Burton 50c, Jim Logan 25c, MrB.
J. MacDonald 25c, Mrs. A. Hurry 50c,
Mrs. J Kemball 25c, Mrs. J. MacDonald 20c. Mrs. Downey 25c, Mrs. C.
ICnocke 25c, Mrs. J. Conroy 25c; total
$10.40.
Per Mrs. J. L, Palmer: Collected on
Burwell Avenue $14.35.
Miscellaneous—Mrs. J. Hannah 25c.
Cranhrook City Corporation $25.00.
A friend ?25.00; Mrs. Ferris, Klmberley. ?5.00.
Prisoners Bread Fund—Per Mrs.
Mackinnon; Mrs. Harshaw $1, Mtb.
White 50c, Mrs. McBride 60c, Mrs.
Jackson 25c, Mrs. Worden 55c, Mrs.
Woodman 25c. Mrs. J. MacDonald 26c,
Mrs. R. T. Williams $2, Mrs. Parks 50c
Mrs. Ofllls 25c, Mrs. Manlcy 25c, Mrs.
Mackinnon 50c, Mrs. Shankland 50c,
Mrs. J. W. Burton 25c; total $7.55.
Mrs. J. W, Burton,
Financial Secretary I, O. D. E.
PUBLIC AUCTION
Pursuant to a resolution passed'at
a meeting of the Council held on Sept-
ember the Oth, 1918 J. will offer for-
salc on Monday the 30th day of Sept-
ember, 1918 at 11.00 a. m. City Time
in the Municipal Building Norbury
Avenue, Cranbrook, B. C. the following
properties :-
PLAN
669b
669
The Herald
$2.00 year
T       Packer of
WILSON'S
FLY PADS
WILL KILL MORE FLIES THAN
V$8°-°W0I)TH   OF  ANY
STICKY.*! Y CATCHER
Clean to handle. Sold hy alt Druggists, Grocers und General Stores.
NOTION TO CUST0MEH8 OK
IKA It. MANNIMJ, UNITED
This company having none into liq-
uldatlon ull accounts owing? to the
Company are payable tn the liquidator at the officoa of   iits   solicitors,
Messrs  Harvey,  McC.iMer, Macdonald
and .\inliet, Accounts must he paid
as soon 10: posslhle lo lhe t-olicl'ors,
who aro aulhorl/eil In accept same
and glvo receipts,
p. w. burgess, Liquidator.
Vision, for a moment* those far off ports
beyond the trackless seas—
From Arctic ice. to the torrid lands
beneath the Southern Cross—
From towns tucked in the mountains, to
the busy river's mouth—
WRIGLEYS is there]
There, because men find
comfort and refreshment
in its continued use.
Because of its benefits
and because
MADE IN CANADA
SEALED TIC-HT-
KEPT RIGHT
I. O. II. E. CONTRIBUTIONS
Thc KiiBlumook Chapter I. O. D. E.
acknowledges with grateful thanks
the following contributions:—
Supply Fund—Per Mrs. Slumkliml:
Mrs. Hoy 26c, Mrs. Noble 60c. F. Noble 25c, Mrs. Helse 26s, Mrs. Ci. Kennedy 25c, Mrs. Gamble 50c. Mrs. raven $1, Mrs. Urock $1. Mrs. Morrison
25c, Mrs. Kllby 2fic. Mrs. Callahan 50c,
A. C. Shankland *l. Mrs. Colllnn 25c.
Mrs. Oiltlii 26c, Mrs. B. Bidder 60c.
MrB. .1. Chester 50c. a trloiitl f I.M; tola! fnnii.
Per Mrs. W. S. MacDonald: Mrs.
Ooiltta fl, Mrs. BlnnltiB 500. Mrs. I :c-
liam Jl, Mrs. T. Smith Jl. Mrs. J, ES,
Ileal'.i- 60c, Mrs. Marshall Jl. Mr .
Ooode Jl Mrs. Har.ey 50c. Mrs. Unroot 50c, Mrs. Pelton 26c, Mrs. Sad-
lor 50c, Mrs. Leltch 25c. Mrs. Ilcii'-
burg 25c, Mrs. J. Venus 60c. Mrs. M.
MoLeofl 50c, Mrs. M. D, Rgan 25r, Mrs.
W. Shcnin.rd 25c. Mrs. .1. Shenflolil
50c, Mrs. V. Dezall Jl, Mrs. \V. S.Mac-
Dpuald Jl, n friend 26c, Mrs-. Leonard
50c, Mrs. Parrett 50c, Mrs. Wolfer 50c
Mrs. Aahmore Jl, Miss Bmslle 50e;Mts
J. McCallum Jl, Mrs. Bin-!' Jl. MrB.
Ingham Jl, Mrs. Rutledge Jl; total.
J19.50.
Per Mrs. Manley: Mrs. B. Paterson
Jl, Mrs.' Beale 25c, Mrs. Spreull 25c,
Mrs. Seaman 25c, Mrs. HarrlB 25c,Mrs,
McBride 25c, Mra. Nesblt JO. Mrs.Man-
loy Jl, MrB. Harshaw Jl, Dr, Miles
25c; total J10.50.
Per Mrs. McKowan: Mrs. Robson
Jl, Mrs. Taylor 60c, Mrs. Little 60r.
Mrs. Ward 60c, Mrs. McKowan 60c
Mrs. Clapp 26c, Mrs. BownesB J1.50;
total J4.76.
Per Mrs. R T. Williams: Mrs. Kuh-
nert 26c, Mrs. Fink J6, Mrs. Wright
60c, Mrs. Norton 26c, Mrs. Brogan 20c,
Mrs.  Manahan IcG, Mrs.  Young Sac,
LOT .    BLOCK
12-13 30
15 30
28 31
23 36
24 36
16-17 40
5 94
12-13-14 94 "
27                           94
9-10 96 "
6 146
The above properties will be offered subject to an upset price which
will be disclosed at the time of sale.
Terms and conditions can be ascertained at the office of the undersigned.
T. M. ROBERTS, City Clerk.
Cranbrook, B. C. September lit*, 1918.
St.
Jameson's
BAKING   POWDER
Feather Light
JAMESOS'S
JAVA AND   MOCHA
COFFEE
JAMESON'S
TEA
JAMESON'S
EXTRACTS
The users   are   the'Con-
nolsenrs.
WATER NOTICE
lilwi'kliin and Hue
TAKE NOTICE that Jair.es Sanderson whoso address Is Bald Hill. Crau-
brook will apply tor a Lsonce to taw
nnd use 500 eullon per day of water
out of n spring, also known as Grants
Spring, which flows Eastward and
sinks :I0 feet from Its source. -The
water will ho diverted from the stream
at a point aVout sixty three feet from
Usui boundary of lot 2873 and 540 fTOt
from North boundnry of lot 2873, and
will he used for domestic purpose upon the land described r.3 Sub-Lot No. 1
| of Lot 2S73. This notice was posted
on the ground on t'.ie 17th day of August, A copy of this notice and an
application pursuant thereto and to
li-.o "Water Act, 1914." will be filed
lu thc office of thc Water Recorder
nt Crnnbrook. Objections to the application may be tiled with the said
Waler Recorder or with the Comptroller of water Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B. C. within thirty days
after the first aopearance of this notice In a local newspaper. The date of
the first publication of this notice Is
September 5th, 1918.
JAMES SANDERSON,
Applicant.
Local Overflow
Mr. .1. P. Fink, of the Fink Mercantile Co., has been elected vice-
president of tlie Retail Merchants
Association of Uritlsh Columbia.
Mrs. T. IJ. Caven returned from a
trip to Spoknuc on Monday.
Mrs. S. I). Macdonald, of Spring
Hill. . N- S-. is visiting her daughter,
Mrs. John Martin.
Help Hit- Women's Institute to help
the hoys to heli» ovorcouio the Hun
ou ihelr "Tag Day." Saturday, Sep.28.
The   Cranbrook   Herald
Subscribe for it $2.00 a year
THE UEST FAMILY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED IN
SOUTH EASTERN BRITISH
COLUMBIA      ::       ::       ::
WK MAIvK A SPKUIAl.TV OK PI.VK
JOB PRINTING
The Loaguo ,h ul»<> Indebted to tho
a real War Veterans Aesoetatton for
the use of their rooms on Snturday
last.
MrB. A. C howiit'BH and her .sister.
Mrs. Whitehead, or Winnipeg) went
to Bpoknne on Simiiny, returning to
Crnniinmi- on Tuesday,
A. <'. Dlalno leaves the latter part
of the week Tor Ills home near Montreal. Uu expects to bo .ihsent for
ithont three months.
Tlie series uf whlut drives to be I
Klven hy the W. A. lo the G. W. V. A
will commence on Friday, Oct. 4th,
Instead of Friday, Sept. 20th, as ad-!
vertleed Inst week-
Murdoch McKinnon, of ErtckBon,
with the Slocan Mercantile Co., Is
opening up a stock of goods In the
store next door to the Cranhrook
Drug nnd Hook Co.
Tlie ladles of Christ church guild
win hold their annual hazuar on Wed-'
nesduy. Dec. t. they will also ffive u
card party and daneo at. Parish Hall ■
on Hallowe'en. |
The Plain Truth about
Shoe Prices
ETHER is scarce and is growing scarcer. A
jje part of the available supply must be used
for soldiers' boots. Importations have practically ceased and we are forced to depend
upon the limited quantity of materials produced in
Canada.
The cost of everything which goes into a pair of shoes is
high, Mid is going higher. Workmen by the thousands have
joined the colors, and labor is increasing!}- hard to got. It is
not merely a matter of high prices, but of producing enough
good quality shoes to go around.
These conditions are beyond the control of any man, or
any group of men. They fall on all alike. No one is exempt—
neither the manufacturer, the dealer, nor the consumer.
You must pay more today for shoes of the same quality than
you did a year ago.   Next Spring, prices will be higher still.
These are hard facts. They will not yield to argument.
They cannot be glossed over. We cannot change them, much
as we would wish to do so.
But you, as a wearer of shoes, can help to relieve them if you
will exercise prudence and good judgment in purchasing. See-
that you get real value for your money. Spend enough to get
it, but spend nothing for "frills."
See that the manufacturer's trade-mark is stamped upon the
shoes you buy. High prices arc a temptation ton ducc tlu-quality
in order to make the price seem low. But no manufacturer will
stamp his trade-mark upon a product which he is ashamed
to acknowledge. Remember this, and look for the trade-mark.
It is your best assurance of real value for your money.
V      V     V
AMES HOLDEN McCREADY
LIMITED
"Shotmakers to the Nation"
WINNIPEG    EDMONTON   VANCOUVU
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