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vovlncial Library Mar :U-20
THE NATIONAL ADYEBTI8KM
KNOWS THE BEST MEDIUM-
HE PATRONIZES THE HEBALD
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
VOLUME   21
CKANBKOOK, B. C, UICBSPAY, JAXVAKV I. 1980.
SIX  PAGES TOI1AY
ii
ON WITH THE
DANCE" AS NEW
YEAR CAME ON
lt. OK 0. It. T. ANNUAL KALI.
IN HrU,NWIN<nVHKN
11)311 AHRIVKP
KNJOVAIILK T1MK HAD
HY A HUGE THHONO
Slhfct Will Loiiff Ih* Remembered by Thoso In Attendance
—Appointments  Perfeet
When (In bells and whistles of the
city heralded the coming of tiio New
Vear last night one of the most highly enjoyable social affairs of the season, tho Fourteenth Annual Joint ball
nf Buckley I-fldgc, Xo. &85. Brotherhood of Hallway Trainmen ami Queen
Alexandria Lodge No. *24, Ladles'
Auxiliary to the B. of R. T., was In
full swing—It was "On With the
Dance" with the huge throng, the
Auditorium theatre being overflowiny
with those in search of the pleasure
afforded through this annual event ln
Cranbrook.
After ft lapse of lve years, when
this event was cancelled In order to
foster the spirit of winning the war,
and due to the absence of many of the
boys Overseas, the resumption w.-is
welcomed from all quarter?;, ranging
from Crows Nest to Kingsgate. and
mauy strange faces were to be seen
among the rcveleres.
Tbe scheme was well organized and
the various committees have been engaged for some weeks getting preparations under way in order that the
lirst peace ball should be the best of
its kind ever held. The Auditorium
was artistically treated witli the trainmen's colors, red, green and white,
hundreds or 0. P. R. flags which cre-
adet a very pretty effect, and tho in-
dlspensible evergreens.Draped in festoons from thc corners to thc center,
where an eagle wan nlaced as central
.figure, the bunting showed considerable taste.
The Auditorium is not an easy building to decorate, but a word of commendation Is due to those who so artistically transformed its interior for
thin occasion.
The Murray building opposite was
eommandercr for the turkey supper
and this again was a veritable work
of art, the color scheme being still
maintained. j
Mrs. P. Dallas, who engineered the
important part of cntereing for the
supper, is to be highly congratulated
upon her successful endeavors. She
and her committee were kept mightily
busy from midnight onwards serving
the most delectable viands that any
recherche supper ever yet produced.
The ladles responsible for the excellent arrangements in addition io
Mrs. P. Dalliis, were Mesdames C. Ut-
Pletir, C. H. Knocke. R. W. Leonard.
It. C. Hughes, V. 11. Llddieoatt, W, (I.
Panning. C N. Parker. J. Laurie. L. A.
Wallace, W. Walsh. (I. L. Sullivan. R.
li. Finley. !■'. 0. Rosllng and Mr^, Finley.
Dancing was scheduled to commence)
nt 9 o'clock, but il was 11 by which:
time the hall was filled and onwards'
towards midnight the crowd of ter-j
pKlchorean nrilsts became a throng.
As tho old year throbbed out its dy-;
a lull was mado in the revelling and {
ing moment;' the lights went out and'
hand gripped hand and "Aul(| Lang!
Syne" lustily pealed forth. The Inei-!
dent was uierkod hy Intense emotion1
us everyone fell the significance of'
peace being ushered with the Now
Vtar for tho lirst time In six years.;
With the hooters or engines and si-'
rens of neighboring works screaming
their welcome to 1921) the flitting,
swaying, bobbing, swirling and twirling to tho tune of "Hand In Hand"
again continued until (tic morning,
when daylight suggested n trip home
ror the hot cakes.
To describe tho dresses would he an
impossible task, but thc scene was a
gorgeous one, every color coming Into
tts own with the light gossamer fabrics if lrrldescent hues strongly in fa-
vpr« The popular numbers or (tho
seven-piece orchestra were keenly
Appreciated, again and again encores
be!nK demanded.
To the appponded list is due greatest credit for the buccoss of the ball:
Messrs. R. W. Leonard, K. H. Branch,
P. Dallas, J. II. Cameron, P. S. Ryekman, J, E. Pettlgrew, S. Mcintosh, O.
L Sullivan, A. M. Moe, J. O. Ingham,
J. N. Barnes, D. M. Lynn, R. H. Harrison and E. H. Brown.
Part of tho musical numbers were
given by special request. The stage
was effectively draped and the new
pennants brought out by the orchestra were quite picturesque fn red
cloth lettered ln gold.
The floor managers were C. Knocke,
O. Ucey and A. T. wfcllace, th* ftau
used belnR loaned by Mr. and Mrs.
j R. W, Edmonson.
There were 60 numbers on the pro-
i gram, aside from the extras which
I afforded the dancers a wide range of
1 musical numbers until "Home, Sweet'
Home" rang out as the dawn of day;
appeared.
The event was a most enjoyable one,
all attending will attest.
E
A PAM.H FOB THE  HOMK
IH.    INTERESTS   01   i.'KA.V
BBOUk   FOREMOST   ALWAYS
N I 11 II K It      4.«
BENEFIT WHIST DBIVE AM)
IPIM'L FOB FIBF-STIIK KIN
WIDOW NETS A NEAT SIM
PEACE MAY
0.1. A. AND B. OF UK
HAVE KNJOYAHI.K  XMAS'
s
E
IN
Trappers Reap
A Rich Harvest
Y six
HOME    MAKE    EXCEPTION-
AM,    HIGH     AVER.
AGES.
High   Price;.   Being   l*ld  for Skins
Make*  Work  Profitable -
New*. From Invermere
INVERMERE, B. C, Dec. 30.—The
high great demand for furs aad tlie
conset)uent high price which Is being
paid for tlie raw Hklns Is bringing a
rich harvest to the trappers of the
district, and the smaller fur bearing
animals especially such as the musk-
rat, the marten and the weasel or er
mine, are suffering accordingly.  .
One instance is reported hero of two
trailers who had a line up of trips
up Dutch Creek, some thirty miles
south of here, who returned after a
three weeks' sojourn bringing with
them a pack of skins which netted
them some live hundred dollars.
The continued mild weather Is proving to be a veritable boon to the
stockmen of the district. The snow
has completely left the lower range
levels thus doing away with the need
for feeding and enabling those who
have stock to couseerve their hay for
future use.
Weather a*, mild as the present has
net beeu known in the district or many
end many a year. On Christmas day
golf enthusiasts were over the links
enjoying the ancient game to its limit.
A dance and card party Is on the
tapis for Wednesday the Mth hist, at
Windermere.
Much activity is bein displayed re-
gnrdlng tho coming annual meetings'
of the different associations of thei
district, which will be held through
January and February.   According to
The Lr.dies' Auxiliary to the Great
War Veterans' Association of this city,
held a benefit whist drive and dance
fnr Mrs. Porter and her children, u
veteran's   widow,   who  recently   was
burnt out on Hanson avenue
This   worthy  cause  indmen  many
I to purchase tickets and it is estimated
! that three hundicd were sold.
:   About 2* tables were made eup for1 ( 0>lPI.H'A 110VS MAKE  \'\
whtet, the winners being: ladys, Mr.s.1
(A. R Jones; gentleman's, Mr, C. Kern-:   < EIWAIA     RATIFICATION
ball; the consolation prizes falling to1 j^  |. VTKST  1(1 To HI
j Mrs. J. W. Spence and Mn Hugh Me-; "      1	
QUI respectively. A very large crowd!
! attended the dance  which wa* con-  (J-KREMONV   IlkllV   TO
; i In lie il  until  two o'clock  to ttie beat j
m_, land hlaie of a four-piece orebcrtru.     I
i   Prank Passmore acted as lloor man-
l'Up I Is   Have  a   Right   to   Feel lager,  while Charlie. "Price  conducted
ihe whist drive.
Tho ladies of tlie uuxilia-y are io
be congratulated upon their endeavors to render timely succor to tin
unfortunate family and it is good to
feci thai the good samarium' -still
operates in our mf'lst.
A substantial sum was realized at
thc drive and dance.,
10 VOTE ON
Mimduy. ■ •-- nlng the members ol the i
i Uram! Internntlo-ml Auxiliary nml thc
Brotherhood of Locomotive -.nglueer.*,.
With  tholr families, gatl-orctl at tlie
Maple hull for a social evening.
A few Kiie-ts were invited, uraong,
whom were .Mr. anil Mrs. I'. S. Jtaliufy
.Mr*. w. Walsh. .Mrs. Edmonson, the'
two sons ot Mr*. D. Campbell, B»rt an.]
Sydney Murgatroyd. Walter Kay and COUNCIL PUTS MACHINERY
1  ''" IN .MOTION TO SUBMIT
NEW TERRITORY
I ENTRANCE CLASS HAS
EXCELLENT MAKKIN.IS
Proud nf thi" Iti'sults
Attained
The reports of the stundlng of tlie
pupils lu the various grades of the
public schools of cranbrook have
been Issued and unusually high averages were attained by many of the
pupils.
The reports follow:
entrance Class Itesnlts
Class 1, 75 per cent; and over;
class 11, 00 .per cent., 75; Class 'i, 50
per cent., 60; Class 4, under 50 per
cent.
Class 1.
Gertrude Challender, 92.
Jean Wilson ,92.
Raymond St. Blot, 87.
Charlie Musser, 85.
Evelyn Anderton, 84.
Wilma Stevenson, 8.1.
-Jnj-iis MacDonald, 8:1.
Reginald Parrett, 82.
Stanley Moffatt, 81.
Olive Simpson, 80.
Clyde MacKinnon, 79.
Gordon Woodman. Tli.
Robert Ileaton. 78.
Class i.
Lena Urogan. 74.
Margaret Home, 73.
Robert Eakln, 73.
Ethel Williams, 72.
Xcllie Lewis, 72.
flcrdon Armstrong, 72.
Irma McNeill, 70.
Mac Kirkland, 09.
Alfred Fisher, 08.
James Logan, £7.
current rumor a most determined ef-
tort will be made In 1920 to secure a j
site and establish a permanent location j
for the holding of future fairs nnd I
stock shows.   The Stock Associations [■	
arc out Vltli the announcement that pclmss 3.
it is thelirj tntcntlon to hold a second j Annie Worth. 66.
Fat Stock and Dressed Poultry show' Lenore Little, f*.
luring the fall. :    James Taylor. 55.
A vers' successful Christmas enter- j    Sam Speers, 64.
tilnment for the children of the im- j    Maen Grady. 5.1.
mediate district was given on an after-1 Tins* 4.
noon of last week In thc ball room of     Helm LeClcrc, 4S
the Invermere hotel.   The attendance [    --"'el laPP. 36.
was large and the gifts appropriate:    Dorothy Bassett. -
'.nd numerous.   A tea was also served j Dfrtolon *
Wycliffe Enjoys
Yulctide Season
Inhabitants   There   Rave   Delightful
Kntertulnnient—Some  Talent
Displayed bj Participants
Mi HELD 11' TILL I. U Lit
Supreme Council Toilitj  fixed
Date, Niitwitlislaiiilinit the
Outlook is Nut HrlRliI
At 6 p.m„ the youngsters -ittiug on
leach Bide illled tho long tabic whicli
was gaily ocornted In red aud green
and laden with good things to eat.'
After avlitlc even their appetites were
appeased and the table wa* reset for
their elders.
While the
PROPOSITION
LIMITS HILL UE SIADE
MOKE EXTENSIVE
> remains of the supper was i	
icing cleared away a short programme  mock8 Mi "' »19 -•••■•••••«', <>■
PARIS, Dee. ;il. Although
the Supreme Council today fixed January ii us the tlaio for
signing lhe protocol and the
exchange of ratifications, complications are developing »ndj
another postponement of the
ceremony is likely. '
 . n i	
Silt  A1MH BECK   KKlMHtm.
HUMOl.SU 11,1, IN LONININ
w.i- given, it recitation by Margaret
Johnson; piano forte solo by Frank
)lu> nnd duets by Misses Viola and
Alma Sarvls.
Mrs. Maharg mtide a short speech In
■vhlch site thanked the Indies (or the
[iloospnt evening, and Mr. Maharg a
Bhort address io the children on "Why
We Celebrate Xmns."
Mr. Walter Kay also Bpoke a few
won1:; ;n appreciation of the supper.
.Mi*. O. M. Barney made au amlrablei pjgn U3t or t
Santa Cldaus and the thirty odd pres-1 meeUng ot the
the parents, the children and their i
friends after the distribution of thej
tffls. Much credit is due the commit-!
tee who had charge of the work, Unsy
being Miss K. M. Kittle and Mesdames:
A. E. Kisher and Taynton. Mr. E.,
\V, Sellentin in the capacity of San-
la Claus carried through his part to'
perfeetion.
Mr. nrnnnuond-Hay. who has lieen
spending the summer in this nelghbor-
hood< left thi:; week for Parts. France,!
ta visit his father who is the British
consul- general to that country. Prom
France he will proceed to Buenos!
Ayres, in tlie Argentine, wliere he will;
remain Indefinitely.
G.W.V.A. Elects
Officersjor 1920
Well Mteideit Meeting Hear- Addres.
-t» Ringing With Old.Tlme Pal.
HotliiH   Haiiuet I- Held
■\ bo ul litty nf the niebmers ol the
Cranbrook branch of ihe Orent War
Veterans' Apioelatlon of Canada met
First Class 75 per ceut. and over.
Dorothy McKowan. S7.5b>
Dei la Baxter, 5&.20.
Hester Thompson. S2.00.
Connie  Bassett.   79.KP.
Nora Home. 7IU0.
Edith Clarke. 79.10.
Marjory Burton, 7S.60.
Murray  Macfarlane.  78.00.
l.oretta LeClerc, 72,22.
Eustace Lee. 75.50.
Hope Taylor, 75.10.
Second Class, 60 per cent., 75 per
cent.
Mildred Clarke. 74.70.
Ray Hill, 72.40.
arloo   Henderson.  71.90.
Esther McCabc, 71.70.
Florence  Bradley. 71.10.
Wllbcrt Middleton, 70.30.
Norma Wa linger, GS.fiO.
Alex Nlsbet, 68.50.
Francis Worthlngton, tifi.Ofl.
Nora Finley, 65.90.
Helen Mueller, 65.87.
Alex Cassldy, 64.40.
Ernest South, 62.70.
Eddlo Spence, C2.00.
Louise Kelsey, 61.80.
Mamie Washington, 61.60.
Rosa Pascuzzo, 60.60.
Third Class. 50 per cent, HO per cent.
Christine   Blaln. 69.30.
John l^incaster. 68.20.
Marie Hnrr. 56.70.
Wallace Crow, 56.50,
Earl Fennessy, 61.12.
Joe Belanger. 60.80.
Fourth Class, below 50 per cent.
Annie Laurie. 48.40.
Harold Dow, 46.00.
Leslie Sneddon. 45.50.
Stanley Fyles, 30.30.
in annual hesolon in Veterans' hall on
Saturday evening, the occasion being
the annual election of officer.-, whicli
was followed by n  banquet.
At thc banquet. Mr. A. B. Watts, of
Watuburg, presided  as toastmaster
and it i.s needless to say that this part
of the program was most entertaining.
Mr. Watts presided as vice-president
lu the absence of Dr. Green who could
not be-present and the speeches, aside! Division 8,
from bringing out many things of a;    No. of pupils, 32; percentage of at*
humorous  character,  rang  with  the ■ tendance, 92.8.
old-time patriotism which still lives'    Class Standing:
In the hearts of all proud Canadians—     Class 1.—76 per cent, and over: Mar-
proud because of the part taken In the | garct Johnson,  Lillian Jackson. Joe
World War and the rreu things our Brogan, Amy Williams.
fighting men accomplished. i    Class  2.—60  per cent,  and over:
The folowing officers were elected: .Esther Clmlendcr, Willie Selby, Mar-
Honorary President—Dr. Green. . caret Hore. Bta McBurney, Chester
Honorary    Vice-president -*A.    B.' Robert",   Daisy   WMttaker,   Edward
Watts, White, James Malone, Sidney Jones,
Presldent—A. Ashworth. . Frank Roy. Trilby Rebel.
First Vice-President—W. Hewson. Class 3.—60 per cent, to 60 per cent.
Second Vice-President—J. Lunn. \ Clifford Fennessy, Bennie Murga-
Exocutlvo—H. B. Hicks, O. Brlstow,. troyd, Jean Ward, Zena Chase, Flor-
Stcwart Mackintosh. \ enco (lard, Jock Dixon. Patrick Ken-
Secretary-Treasurer—S.   S,   Slmp-lnedy, Andy Cassldy, MargUrlte Star-
son. * rltt,    Malcolm   Brogan,   Wllhelmlne
President Ashworth, while anxious; Woodman,
to retire because of Ill-health, waa un- j    class 4.—Under 60 per cent.   Lilly
aataaonsly n-alectod. ' tOontUatd an Pat* Itft)
Wycllffe In having a Joyous time. A
public entertainment was held in the
Y.M.C.A. institute on Friday, December 19th. All thc children in tho district with their parents and friends
were fuvitod, thc central feature being
a Christmas tree beautifully decorated
and loaded with gifts.
The earlier part of the evening was
devoted to a programme rendered by
the young people.. The general secretary of the V.M.C.A. was in the chair
and in his opening remarks said that
it gave him great pleasure to occupy
that position since there were present
more children than he had ever seen
ln the building. It was particularly
^ratifying since he knew that those
iu charge.had taken great pains that
every child present should receive a
gift. The following programme was
then carried out to. the great delight
ot the audience:
Recitation. "A Little Wlsii,* Hubert
Llnnell; Recitation. "Christmas Wishes," eight children; Monologue, "Some-
body's Picture." Fern Charters; Action
song. "Christmas Time is Near," the
school; Recitation. "Father's Presents," Thomas Clark; Recitation,
"Dolly's Christmas." Helen Martin-
juck: Shepherd's Drill, 16 girls; Monologue. "Writing to Santa Claus," Ar-
lelgh Bird: Playette, "Just Mother's
Little Girl." four girls; Recitation,
"The Twenty-sixth," Frank Johnson;
Action son, "John Grin nnd Joe
Grouch." 12 boys; Recitation, "A
Christmas Dilemma," Florence McClure; Recitation. "The Christmas
Tree," First reader class.
At the conclusion of the program,
the chairman said that their old friend
Sunta Claus was expected any minute.
It was thought that he might travel by-
aeroplane, but the latest was that he
was coming as fast as ho could in his
old sleigh. Did they know he was
a mar re Id man? Well, he was. and
this year Mrs. Santa Claus had said
she wasn't going to have hhii gadding
'round alone and would go with him.
The sleih was heard running up to
the hall and amid great excitement
ou the part of the young folks Santa
Claus accompanied by Mrs. Santa
Claus entered the building and after
a few remarks regarding the weather
conditions began distributing the presents.
He rapidly became the most popular
man In the building and his gifts to
some of the grown up folks causal no
little merriment. Mrs. Santa Claus
a charming old I?) lady tn red cultivated everybody's acquaintance, and
It Is unite certain she will never want
to stay at home again, while old Santa makes his rounds.
On taking tbelr departure they were
heartily cheered.
Announcement was made of those
who had won the Sunday school medals for punctuality and regularity In
attendance as follows: First. Floyd
Albert son, 49 sessions; second, John
Clark. 41 sessions; third, Alice Palmer, 40 sessions; ronrth, Cunle Clark.
39 sessions.
Unfortunately the medals had* not
arrived In time for the medalists to
receive them on that occasion. They
will be awarded later.
Rousing cheers greeted the chairman's reference tn the work done by
the group of ladles making the evening successful. He would not mention
their names; everybody knew them
and thanked them for the good time
they had given the kiddles.
fhurrh Also Has a Tree
The following Monday evening the
ladles of the Church of England gave
a Xmas tree to the young folks connected with their church, a report of
which will appear later.
The same evening moving pictures
were shown it the V.M.C.A. Institute
LONDON, Dec. Hl.-
is seriously ill here.
developed and Iir is
ing tlie crisis.
Sir Adam Bock
Pneumonia has
now approach-
ents from  the gaily decorated  tree
wore quickly distributed.
The floor was then cleared and tbe i machlery
n malnder of the evening was spent in
dnnclng.
Plan 1281, th«> Territory—
Government Assents
City Clerk T M. Kolnru waa In receipt of advice last Tuesday from the
Government at Victoria ti> tho effect
thai consent bad been given by the
government to the propocltion t" «x-
teml the limits of Cranhrook to in-
■Lide blocks :m to 319 inclusive, of
■ City, aim a special
ity council was held
ih:i,h:vk >n iti>i,iu:it  \itia:s'n:i>
VANCOUVER, 11. V.„
Mclnnes, bellved to be
of Andy Qrovon, shot
is under arrest,
81. -John
murderer
I   Dec'   1st,
to ii large crowd, thu programme being
as folfov.s: "The Story ol n Grain of
Wheat." one reel; "The Silent L'dy,"
Saturday evening over which Alderman  Mackinnon  presided,  when tho
was put ito motion whereby
| electors w\\\ have un opportunity oi
j deciding whether or not they approve
liulgitig by the remark of one smalll0( lhp movi,
Tlie n nest ion will be submitted at
the election on January IB, and it is
not thought there will be nn opposition to the proposition.
Cranbrook's Incoporated territory fn
possibly tlie smallest of any of the
municipalities in the Province and to
enlarge the scope through extending
th« limits, it Is sugested, will he an
novantagt for thos* mtslde the limits
and  fnr the  municipality also
ymingster who wished Xmas tree
cntne in the summer us well as the
winter, everyone must have had a
Kiniil time.
IIX1TGII PRAYER SERVICES
Ol' WOMAN'S 80CIKTT JAY
.
Friday. January Dili is the day a
ivtda for the United Prayer Serviced the Woman's Missionary Societies
live reel drama featuring Utile Joe'of tht Protestant churches throughout! U.*|a -f 1 Jj*|i»
Rao; "The Cabbage. Queen," two ,-,.,■! I Canada. It ha* Ken arranged to nave ■ (IvOriS Ol Lltliv
comedy. ' a united missionary meeting of the
A new metallic screen Ib being tried ' local Anglican, Baptist. Methodist and
out, and it Is expected It will be in ■ Presbyterian women's mission circles
permanent position for lhe next show in the Presbyterian church school-
on Friday night. The programme on room on this date at .1.30 p.m. Mrs.
that occasion will be: "two reels'of  II, White will preside and addressee
Children Made Glad
news: live roeldram'n—dramatic vjr-
ston of Bret Hnrto's famous story,
"Tongnos of Flame;" twig jeel comedy.
What witli Xmas tree, moving picture shows, turkeys and other festlvl-
-iXjilai'-'-v-the missionary work of the,
various .'.-operating churches will be
(riven hy representatives to be eh(&£D
Ivy each rircle. Thc ctoalng devotional address win be given by Mrs. J. P. I
Sinclair.      All   women  interested  In i
M-W lxilghtfal Christina-- Tree Parly
•f    Yuletide    Sea-ion    i.lieu
for Veteran-' Children
ties, Wycllffe in having a joyous week,   missionary work are cordially Invited
TIIK COIU'OHATION OF THE CITV OF CBANBBOOK
I'HOIMISFO KXTEXSION OF CITV LIMITS
Public notice Ik herd.) given that thc followlag In
a copy of u KfKoliitlon pulsed at a meeting of the Council
held on December the 20th, 11111):
That, Whereas, the consent of the owners of
more than out-half in Value of the land known
and described as Blocks 304 to 310 inclusive, Plan
1231, has been obtained thnt the said lands be
Included within tlie boundaries of the Corporation of the (.'ity <>• Cranbrook; And, Whereas, It Is
necessary that the proposed inclusion of the said
lands within the Municipal Limits shall receive
the assent of the Electors of the Corporation of
the City of Cranbrook;' Be it Therefore Resolved,
that the vote of the said Electors be taken on the
15th day of January, 1920, at ihe City Hall, Norbury Avenue. Cranhrook, B.C., between the hours
of 10 A. M., (local time) and 8 P. M.. 'local time)
by ballot on the question, aye or no, and In conformity with the provisions of the "Municipal
Act" in respect of By-laws for contracting debts,
and thnt T. M. Roberts be appointed Returning
Ofllcer for taking the votes of the said Electors.
In pursuance t*» the above notice I hereby give notice
to thc Electors aforesaid that a Poll will he opened at the
Municipal Offices, Norbury Avenue, Cranbrook, B. f„ nn
the loth day of January, 11)21), between the hour* above
mentioned.
Of which all persons are required to irovern themselves neeiinlinirl).
T. $, KOBFKTS,
Returning Officer.
Crnnbrook, II. C,
December lin, Iftlft.
(."■ai»u*iedly th* moat delightful
Xmas tree party held in the city
this VuJetftk took place at the Veterans' rooms on Tuesday afternoon of
tc-st week.
For weeks past preparaUona had
been going on that the families of
returned soldiers might have ;i so-
.ial affaL* of unprecedented success.
Individual invitation.- were issued
to the children by the secretary of the
Ladtes* Auxiliary. Mrs. Qeorge Smith,
to whose energy and organizing ability much of the success was due. to be
present from 3 to •; and meet 8ant»
Clans hirr.-elf After listening to a
-/ !o by Mr-   James Milroy. the chll-
I dren of whom about a hundred were
pie^ent. ind-ilged In games, tin- pref-
I erence being given to Blind Man's
B-iff until tea time. In character
dress as a coon. *";ias Price brought
a!l the faculty at his dismal to give
t: e kiddies a howling time and once
they overcomo their mlsglrlngi as to
bis dark skin their childish glee was
■ nlimtted. After partaking or a mim-
ptuous lunch some of tbe older girls
gave a musical program. They represented Santa's {allies and with their
"lire flies" aad -urro:indinp fif ever-
greens, penants and flags tbe acenc
was a very pretty one. Mr.s. Aldred
trained the children nnd Mrs. Arthur
Ashford accompanied them.
Mrs. J. Laurie, pre Idcnf ol! the
auxiliary, welcomed the children and
read them a -:tory entitled "The Night
I Before Christmas.'' und just as she
concluded in fame Santa and Mra.
Christmas, who, after laying how
j leaded they were to ice bo many
b.ight and happy children proceeded
to strip the tree of it- gifts and pre*
tented them to th* children* each toy
D ivlng the owner's name attached.
Some Children not being able to attend, Instructions were left that thc
t'ty.s be sent to their homes,
Amid cheers and ehoute, Santa and
his wife bade them a bappy Xmas
:-.id departed, After being served
Blth or.ingt*- and candles the little
guests left for their homes thrilled
wtth the enchantment of Santa Claus
and Fairyland.
W, 9. IHAWFOKII CAFTCHEfi
PKIZfc llt'FKBMt HY HKRALD
AT STOCK BBV.Ent.KS' HHUVi
The prize of one year's subscription
to the Herald, offered by thiB paper
as a premium at tbe recent Windermere Stock Breeder.-!' Association
show, was captured by Mr. W. J. Crawford, of Fairmont Hot Springs.
The Association feela deeply grateful for the publicity given the show
by tbe Herald, and at a re* ent luisim-ss
meeting of tbe asaoclatlon resolution.*)
were panned In appreciation of the
publicity, notice of suoh uctioti hav-
lnK been taken being received by thin
paper. PAG i:
1' II E    (' II A N It It 0 OK     II E It A L D
-Thursday, January 1, l»3o
mA
we wtsi
All.
a  n.vrrv and
PROSPEROUS
XE1V  VI All
Raworth Bros.
Jewelers .* 0|>tlclau»
wm i„ the Pcmorflee.
SAVE AND PREPARE
Success generally conies to those who go looking for it, and the man with a substantial
Savings Account is always in a position to
grasp good opportunities for investment or
advancement.
Save! Open an account with this Bank at
once.   Interest paid at current rate. u»
IMPERIAL BANK
XW K MT\   Y K AB S  AGO
Extracts from ihe Cranbrook
Herald of this date, 1SDD
Bom, to  Mr.
, Wednesday. Doc
ml Mrs. Jacob Fink.
mbor 27, 1S..&, a boy.
rn-nlirnnk starts in the Xew Year
with several new buildings In course,
nf nonet ruction.
Tin Money law ii
I from llu- North S
; Christmas with fri
nilu-rs came down
ar mine to spend
Cranbrook Branch,
OF CANAOA
B. E. Howard, Manager.
Sub-Arfency at Kimberley.
K1I1IM  Till:   VIKff.l'OIND OK
OIK (OMK.Hl'OltAIUtS
Year and good health ;
Cranhrook next year,
:iU  wealth for
KNIFE USED IN FIGHT IN
Tilt: I'ONHNZO 1'OOLItOOM
Cftj Cranbrook herald
Published Every Thursday by
WILL, A. EU.ETSON Killtor
Wll.I. A. I.U.KTSON, Jli. \8»t. Mgr.
"Wltll ii Mission) IVltlloill a .Muzzle;"
Printed hy Union Labor
The concorl given liy Uio UiIIoh' Aid
ot si, Marys' cluireli Iobi Thursday
evening, wns nltoiidod by tlie Inrgosl
auillonco thnt lina nirnod onl to on
entertainment in Crunbrook.
Ed. Carroll and tiunlly and .1. I..
Hughes, brother ol Frnnli and M. K.
lliiKhos. nr this iii. arrived loot week
from VVInnlpog ami wero guests of
lho .Mesara. Magna anil Hlllies for aov-
eral days.
Subscription I'rlro W.llll u Vear
Subscription Price, U.S., tSM a Vcnr
Advertising Ilulos on Application.
changes for Advertising MI'S! be ln
tbis office Wednesday noon (be
current   week   In   secure  attention.
No lottora io Uio editor will ho In-
Berted nxt'oiit over lho proper signature and address ol the writer. Tlie
rule admits ot no exception.
Uko Miiliomi-t'* ( oilin
Indeed, It Is pretty clear now what
tlio people want. In iho shook or rea-
iiziiiK tiiat iiu, rejection of tiit Treaty
has loft tho whole International situation suspended in midair, like Mahomet's coffin, people nro coming to affair starting in a friendly scuffle,
realize Hint what thoy chiefly want Is[ hut resulting in a renl rough-bouse
thai lhe Senate get tho question set*  aftorwatds.   Itus.-ol Si. Eloi received
lied,    ami    settled    quickly.—Boston  a knife thrust from someone In lliei  _»_     -
Olobo ! gang of seven nr eight engaged in the' SITKIill  EMOTIONAL  STAH
Christmas morning a tight occurred     Tlie first nnnuul hall given hy Key
In tho poolroom of a man named Pn-1 City Lodge No. 1-. I. 0 0 F.. in Forrest
nenzo, opposite the C.P.R. depot, the [hall last Monday evening, was a great
success.   About 211(1 Invitations  wore
issued and there were about 125 people present.
CRANBHOOK.  BRITISH COLUMBIA
THURSDAY, JANUARY 1. 11120
NINETEEN    TWENTY
Tiio Herald greets patrons this yenr
nn New Year's day. and lakes this opportunity of extending Hie season's
compliments to all.
We appreciate to the fullest tlie pa-
tioiiiint received in lhe imsi and sincerely hope each anil every resilient
within the dlstrlcl will round out the
coming yei
r in tbe fullest enjoyment
of health
ml happiness mid n good
share ol' th
s win-Ill's goods.
Cranbroo
t hns a bright future be
fore her .
nd   iu  mako Just a  little
greater oft'
n during 11)20 should see
liiis tlirivh
K section in Uio forefront
of tlie cttlo
of tlie Province—the rich-
est undeve
opotl  Province in iht-  Do-
minion.
—, *» , ,  	
SERVICES
Ol   S\I.VATIO.\    	
iltMV UFFKKEI) TO All
Have you visited the Salvation Army
yqtj? if nol. why not call around
Sunday to th. Sunday Bchool at 3 p.m.
and the Savatlon meeting at 7.30 iun.
Prove uk.
The Salvation Army ollicer is at
the service of all. to give spiritual
advice, to vit-.it the sick,, lo pray with
aud point all to "the Lamb of Uort."
We are here tu help rrunbrook by
helping you -give us a chance.
At ihe request of itev, Sinclair,
Capt. Gray addressed tlie Sunday
sehooi ai  the Baptist church Sunday.
Sunday, December L'lst, Capt Gray
visited tlie Kootenay Orchard Sunday
school and had the pleasure of conducting the Sunday school.
Tht Captain wishes to notify any
town or community round ahout tlmt
be Is at tbelr service lo conduct week
night meetings. Thu captain is anxious to do something for tiie camps
and mines. Kindly open the way by
making arrangements nt your home
for a meeting.
Kev. Sinclair will address tlie Sunday school In tlie Salvation Army hall
Sunday,
Phont S or all kinds
ed meats.
A I'luadlsi- fur lite I'oar
British Qtilna ought to be a paradise for the poor inhabitants, . . .
The earth, under the most perfunctory cultivation, produces food In
abundance; a bunch of plantains
which will keep a man for a week tn
food can he liouglit fnr a shilling or
a guilder. Wages ure high, There
are thousands of acres of virgin soil
waiting for cultivation, which enn be
bought at a dollar an acre, so thai In
a few years of steady work and thrift j
any of tlie peasantry can become landed proprietors.—British Guiana News.
The Truth About Bolshevism
Much of what passes for the truth
about Bolshevism at the present time
Is, we are convinced, mere lictlon and
Illusion. Bolshevism is neither the
democratic paradise that some people
think it, nor tiie chaotic anarchy that
other people think it. lt has behind
it every astute brains and skillful administrators, and unless we are generally mistaken, It Is developing rapidly on lines which will mako It something altogether new In the world—
something, whicli, whether they like
it. or hate it. will have to be reckoned
witli the other governments. -Westminster Gazette.
tussel. hut was not seriously hurt.
In police court, St. Eloi was fined $25
and several others $6, each.
OOOll TIME HAD AT THE
KNAY ORCHARD SUNDAY
SCHOOL entkiitai>:hent
I^ootenay Orchard Sunday school
entertained Tuesduy evening Decern-
ber 22nd, with a Xmas tree.
The program was led off hy Superintendent Mill, who did justice In thc
capacity of chairman. Kev, Sinclair
led in prayer. Next the school children sung "Sing  to the King.", Rev.
Two Hindus were charged in police
court this week with assault and were
tlned $60 each.
Sinclair following with a short address, Mrs. Richmond, solo; girls, In
a recitation entitled "The Stars"; Mr.
Llppltt, solo entitled "Nazareth", and
('apt. Gray, of the Salvation Army.
The captain kept the children interested in tlie odd minutes by telling
stories and singing choruses and rendering popular music. A duet hy Winnie and Reggie Mppltt entitled "Make
Somebody Happy." was well presented: Mrs. Hill reecited; boIo by Mrs.
Stone "In a Quaint Village"; recitation by Mrs. Richmond; solo by Mrs.
Ogdeii; recitation "A Live Holly
\\|reutlt" by girls; solo, "The Mlstlcto0
,J)ough," by Mrs. Herrn; solo. "I Love
You, Canada," Mrs. Stone; speech, Mr.
Stender; chorus, "The Kvergreeti
Club," by boys; solo, "Love's Goldfc.n
Dream',' Mrs. Stone. Jr.; "Farmer
Giles," Mr. Stolid: recitation. Erie
Stone; cliours, "The Holly Girls," by
girls; solo. "When You Gome Home."
.Mrs. Stone, Sr.; solo, Mr. Herrn; chorus, "Kris Krlngle," by the school
Santa then arrived suddenly; he
must a cum hy wireless, and o, the
good things he did bring for every-
hody.   Mr.y Santa have ii happy New
IN POWERFUL PHOTO DRAMA
Frances Nelson, the talented emo-
t'.onal   actress,   is   presented   in   tlie
well known story "The Powers of De-
j clsfou" written by Geeorge \V. Gunn,
I ut the Rex Monday and Tuesday.   The
drama is presented in motion pictures
by B. A. Rolfe, a story of a woman's
choice  fn true  love thnt is truly a j
revelation   of the  strongest   instincts
1 in thnt hotter being, a true woman.
(oltl'OltATION OF TIIK CITY
OE (IIAMIROOK
MINK ll'AI.  ELECTION
PUBMC NOTICE is hereby given to
the Electors of the Municipality of tlie
Corporation of ttie City of Cranbrook,
GLYCERINE MIXTURE
Sl'RPHISES CRANRKOOK
\ The quick action of simple glycerine, huckthorne bark, etc.. as mixed in l
Adler-i-ka. is surprising. One spoon-i
ful relieves ANY CASE gas on!
stomach or sour stomach. Adler-i-ka
acts on BOTH upper nnd lower bowel,
and removes nil foul accumulated mat- j
■ ter which poisoned stomach. Often:
CURBS constipation. Prevents ap-
that I require tlie presence of the said ' pendlcltls. One lady reports she has
Blcctors ai the Municipal Offleo of the no more pain in back of head or gas:
s^^ss^M"s""n""" si""e "s",B A",nr-'"H
1.011 p.m., lineal time) on the 12th day  **+"*—	
of January. I!»:".i. for the purpose of     Three ordinary drunks were taken I
electing persons to represent them in', m by the police this week and were'
the Municipal Council, aS Mayor and ; fi     .*     d relettMll
Aldermen, and tor the purpose of elec-   "n  ' ana H ,eaHeH*
ting persons to repre-jont them as i'o-j _.-_r— •-•'..--'."trr .       ■■■■■—.—■—.■■ I
lice Commissi met .J License I'omnil.-s- .    ..     _ |
li-ners. and School Trii'.t >■,'■■..
The mode of nomination of Cnndi-1
dates shall be as follows:
Tin Candidates shall be nominated
In writing; tlie writing shall he .subscribed by two voters of liie Muuici-]
pallly us proposal and seconder, and'
shall he delivered to the returning of- i
llrer nl any time between the date of
the Notice and ...Oft p, m. (local time
of the day of the nomination; the
said writing may be in the form numbered 5 In the schedule of the Municipal Elections \ct, and shall Mute the
name, residence, and occupation or
description of each person proposed,
In such manner as sufficiently to Identify such candidate: and iu the even'
of a poll belli(r n • oKrfiiv^. such pill
will bo opened on the 16th day of January, lfi^o, at tin Municipal OulPItng
on Norbury Avenue, Crnnbrook. B.C.,
between the hours of 10.00 a.m. (local
time) iinlil 8.0 p.m, tloenl time), of
which every person la hereby required to take notice and govern hhnsoll
accordingly.
The qualification by law requited to
be possessed by tiie candidates for the
ofllce or olflcos mentioned above are
as follows:
FOR MWOIt. the pel-ton i|liulilled
to beVimlnnted for and Olficted as the
Mayor of any City shall be any person
who is a British subject of tlie full
age of twenty-one years and not disqualified under any law, and has for
thc six months next preceding the
dny of nomination being the registered
owner, in the Land Registry Ofllce.
of Land or Heal Property lu the City
of the assessed value, on the last Municipal Assessment Roll, of One thousand ($1,000.00) dollars or more over
and above any registered Judgment
or Charge, and who Is otherwise duly
qualified its a Municipal Voter.
KOR ALDERMEN, the person qualified to be nominated for and elected
as the Aldemen of any City shall beany person who is a British subject
of tbo full age of twenty-one years
and not disqualified under any law,
and has for six mouths next preceding the day of nomination being
tlu rogistered owner, in the Lnnd
Registry Office, of Land or Real Property in the City of the assessed value,
on the Inst Municipal Assessment
Roll, of Five hundred ($r>00.00) dollars or more over and nbovo any registered Judgmont or Chnrgn. anil who
Is otherwise duly qualified us u Municipal  Voter.
I'OI,111: (OMMINSIONEIt, end I.I-
TENSE rOMMISSIO%EHS. tho persons qualified to be nominated for
and elected as PolfCO or License Commissioners shall be such persons us
an British subjects, of the full nge
of twenty-one year, and who are not
dlsquulilied under any law, nnd who
are otherwise duly qualified as Mu- !
nlclpal Voters.
SCHOOL TRUSTEES, the  persons j
qualified  to   be  nominated   Tor   nnd
elected   us  School  Trustees  for  re
Cranbrook  Municipal School  District j
shall be any person being a British '
subject of the full age of twenty-one'
years actually residing within the Dls-
trict,  and  having  been   for  the  six
mouths  next   preceding  tho  date  of
nomination  the registered owner, in
the Land Registry Office, of Und or
Real   Property   In   the   City School
j District of the assessed value, on the
last.   Municipal   AHsescntent   Roll,   of;
Five   hundred   <|500,00)   dollars   or
more over and above nny registered
Judgment or Charge, and being otherwise qualified to vote at nu Flection
of School Trustees in the said School
District, shall be eligible to bo elected
or to serve as a School Trustee In
such City School District.
Given under my hand at Crnnbrook,
B.C., this 22nd day of December. lfil».
THOMAS M. ROBERTS,
lll-Ufv-ltt Returning Ollicer..3E
OPERATIONS
UNNECESSARY
HKPATOLA removes Gall Stones
corrects Appendicitis in 24 hours
without pain. Registered under
Pure Ponjl and Drug Act.   $fi,00
Soli< Manufacturer
MWS.    ftMO.   S.    ALMAS
Jtnv in;:: *:io Ith Ave. 8.
Saskatoon, Sunk.
I.O.O.F.
KKV CITV I.ODttK, No, 42
Meets   every
Monday night
%£^b£"v    at Fraternity
Hall.     Sojourning   Oddfellows
cordially invited.
Noble  Grand, Rec.  Sec,
J. H.Whltehouse   W. M, Harris
When in Cranbrook
The Place To Eat
is at
Alex Hurry's
Tables  in Connection
Hurry's White Lunch
MiihIhiih Restaurant
Utttls ,1 111 Bonn
I lK»r», Clfirettei aud Ctad;
CRANBROOK STREET.
OiipoBlle the Bunk ot Commerce
" A ND Ke came bearing gifts."
Marc Antony, Caesar,
Dante, Abelard, Henry of Navarre, Francois Villon, Louis XVI.
and Napoleon, all laid gifts upon
the altar of some woman's esteem.
Sweetmeats have aways been
a "Gift for Queens." In ancient
times men bore "stfeet spices and
fruits" to their ladies.
But they never bore anything
comparable to Neilson's Chocolates of to-day.
We tell you these things to
stir ]?our  imagination to an
appreciation of the qua»itj>
of Chocolates that we have
made it possible for you
to carry to the lad)) of
your choice.
Sfcttaon'*
" The Chocolates that are Different"
EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOK NEILSON'S  CHOCOLATES  IX CRANHROOK
CRANBROOK DRUG AND BOOK CO.
CBANBBOOI   COTTlfll
HOSPITAL
Private Nur«llg Home
I-lcenaed by Provincial Govt.
Maternity aad General Nunlng
Massage and Rest Cure, Highest
References, terms moderate.
Apply Mrs. A. Crawford, Matron
Phone 259 P. O. Box 845
Addreas, Garden Ave. Cranbrook
ItKAD THK HERALD, tiM A YEAH
Wishing You
and Yours
A Happy*
New Year
P. Burns & Co.
LIMITED
We wish all Patrons JL
a Happy
and Prosperous
New Year
Cranbrook Electric
Light Company, Ltd. Thursday, .laiiuary I, 11)20
THE CRANBROOK  HERALD
P V ( t    T II It E I.
>    '■•::  fll::^nrj::T7i4,"ir;i::':   .if -■'[':'.. illn:MlijG^'iBp;iL.iLTnTTU:.
Our Annual Underselling Event Prior to Stocktaking
Urgent Need for Immediate Reduction Brings About
a Sale Abounding in Economies.    .	
This Sale will easily Eclipse Every Value=Givinir Effort we have heretofore attempted and is
BOUND TO CREATE BUYING ENTHUSIASM among all economically minded people
Sale Begins FHdav Morn in ^-Continues for 8 Days Only
Men's Suits
EXTRAORDINARY VALUE—150 INCLUDED
IN THE SALE
All Sails Roguur Priced up tn 1(35.011,
NEW VEAR SALE PRICE	
All Suits Regular Price #'I7...0
$ 17.50
NEW VEAR SALE PRICE	
S24.75
Rain and
Winter Coats
There is such a
vnriety of styles    .//
and   prices   we  j/'/i
haven't room tn describe them ful- [Mil
ly.    Vnu will not lie ahle tn duplicate   i
Ull) values lur two years.
\S<&*
CARSS %
MACKIW!
MACKINAW COATS
AND  SHIRTS
Ituy them now. even t'nr nexl
winter: yon will save hy doing
sn.
Coats, regluar price
$18.60, Sale   Price  .. .*lll.:>!l
Coats, regluar price
$9.00,  Sale  Price $ .I..:.
Shirts, regular price
$7.26, Snle Price, * fi.nn
Shirts, regular price
$11.60, Sale Price,     . .$10.25
WINTER CAPS
Large Assortment WINTER CAPS
with I'm Pull-Down Hands, all sl*os
and culms, wort It regular In *'-'...o each,
as long us thej lasl al thc New Vear
Sale for H.05.
Winter Rubbers
High tines as shown In accompanying
Illiistrutlon: also three-hole nnd without lops, all rubber and with Leather
and illicit lops. New Vear Sale nt ON E-
((CARTER ot I  Regular Price.
LINED GLOVES
AND MITTS
AT NEW VEAR
SALE
ONE - QUARTER
OEE REGULAR. There are man) kinds from
which to make selections.
Men's Shirts
PRICES ALMOST CUT IN TWO
There are a lol of lines hrok.
en In slues, mostly Flannel with
collar attached. We can'l get
more, sn will move these odds
and ends at LESS THAN TIIE
WHOLESALE COST.
BeginsFridaya*m-
Men's Shirts,
Drawers andCombinations
REGULAR PRICE PER SUIT, 15.00
NEW VEAR SALE PRICE PER SUITl
$3.75
A IHO BARGAIN
Bargains
For the Boys
KNICKERS,
SHIRTS.
SHOES,
LINED MITTS.
Furniture Department
Will contribute towards the sm ss of the New Year Sale.   All short
ends of Linoleum and Floor Oil Cloth at IHO REDUCTIONS.
SJ.E1GHS AND CUTTERS AT HALF PRICE
ONE LOT OF GO-CARTS AT !4 OFF
For the Eight Days Only, wc will allow a discount of 10 per cent,
on all lines in the Furniture Department not mentioned above.
Tliis is a hig saving, especially in view of Ihe recent hlg advances
in all kinds of furniture.
OUR CHRISTMAS BUSINESS WAS THE BIG-
(JEST IN THE HISTORY OF THIS STORE AND
WE THANK VOU FOR HELPING TO MAKE IT
SO.
IVE HOPE VOIR CHRISTMAS WAS A
VERY HAPPY ONE AND YVE YVISII YOU A
PROSPEROUS NEYV YEAR.
"PEACE ON EARTH, GOOD Will.
TOWARDS MEN."
POSITIVELY
NO EXCHANGES OR REFUNDS ALLOWED ON SALE GOODS
SPECIALLY   PRICED KOR THE NEW  VEAR s.U.l
All short ends of Laces, Itilil s, Voiles, Prints. Flannelette
Dress Goods, Etc.
LADIES' COATS and DRESSES
An excellent selection In choose from nnd the
saving is worthy of n full examination. ~Jk■ JL
BLOUSES
Are very scarce, lull un
excellent collection is be-
in: placed on sale at
VERY
ATTRACTIVE
PRICES  .
Sweaters Are Useful
The year 'round, und the prices are sure to
he higher next year.   Buy now and save.
Only a few Women's nnd Children's in the
collection.
Ladies' Underwear
I'he collection contains
some excellent values in
Winter weights.
3 Hosiery
A variety of weights "and
colors at
GEATLY    REDUCED
PRICES
CORSETS
If your size is In the lot. you ean
select a real Imrirain in the Corset Section.
Several styles to choose from,
nnd mostly all sizes.
BOOTS
A  VARIETY
STYLES
.TiT
tt**-*-?'l /
ALSO  SATIN   PIMPS
IN COLORS
AT LESS THAN
COST  PRICE
Continues 8 Days P A (J I.      I- <l I! II
T II E     C It A N II ItOO h
K I   A I, D
Thursday, .lanuiiry I, lil-.ll
I   French   Notables    Visit   England—Taming   Canadian   Deer
deep music of a docrhound'*
:ame faintly down tho wintl.
It blended with the blinrper
olce of a bunting Airedale, The
let-cam of a hungry cougar i« uui
More terrifylai tu the timid deer ol"
tin- IJ hi in li Columbia coast than the
buy of lhe bounds on the trail.
When thoy hear ii tbey gel up and
ti   straight for water.
Thc.litlle spike buck, hum fl few
. aeons    before    un    tbe    rugged,
rorest-clad coast of tbe Pacific prnv-
Ineo lilted his bend.    HIh eyes and
his ears, bis very pose displayed the
high tension of Ills laut nerveB.   He
looked into Uio foreal of the Island
'"i which he stood, iind he saw nothing alarming,   He turned and Btaretl
aci'oss the water toward Nelson Island,    The only thing  thai  cuughl
..'.; t'o thai did uui denote restful
nature In primitive grandeur whs ,-i
i udgo of smoke that smeared t
horizon and showed  that a t'.l'.l.
toasting steamer wns onthniii.il from
■r.   Then Hit* boom nf tho
l's voice rolled again across tin
.. n-ra  from  Nelson  Island,      Tin
,',    /'"/f'\\ '"ei't" moved   nervously,   looked  nl
^/J-Ltfl tuuud   wiiftlu-aud calmly bant hh
lived tu Hie it mouthful of grain.
He wan safe. Ho was on Hardy
Ie land.
Hardy Island hi tho city of refuge
to all the deer that know about It.
Three years ago tl wan good hunting grounds, To-day it in taboo to
men with guns, nnd hell pops, as the
saying goes, If men with both guns
and dogs appear. It Is unlawful to
hunt deer with dogs in British (.ol-
ti ml) in. but il is si ill done in certain
districts, In spite of law. Two years
Htio, or perhaps slightly more than
tha!. Mr. C. .1. I.iylnnd of Kngland
purchased Hardy Island, a gem of
laud situated just off Nelaon Island
at lhe mouth of Jcrvls Inlet. He
bought it in experiment with Brit-
trees In tlie B.C, climate, There
were 2,500 acres Of rich lands and
forests, and there waa a good
orchard. He placed n watchman,
Tom Brazil, on tlie property and did
no more toward development, preferring lo awiift the cud of the war.
*. I, a imcr of animals, caught
two of the wild deer that frequently
swam to the Island from the other
nearby   landa,     He   tamed   them.
They ln turu brought other
onoi. Many ot them bail heen mi
tu water by dogs ami took lejugo
on Hardy Island. There, seeing
how intimate (hi originnl tame pall'
were with the mnn who controlled
the orchards where the Im t h-iiw
apples grew, tlie wiltl newcomers
gradually grew intimate tot. To day
a herd of thirty deer, mom ot them
born in wlldness, respond lo thu
voice of Tom Brazil when he call*
Homo of them will step toiwini
from the herd when called by niin.O.
They havo no fear al all of ninu,
when on Hardy Isimid. Sunn times
tbey swim to other parts of tho
coast, and raugn ahum it bit. but
tbey come buck, ortcn fagged from
some fierce run and swim.
Tom Brazil's herd is becoming a byword on the coast, but no dog and
no man dare brave what might happen should he try to hunt on the
island of refuge, Ho tbe deer are
fat. are bringing new little lives
iuto the world, and are adding to
their numbers by recruit volunteers
from the wild ranges where i-uch
safety In not kp.offn.-L, V. K,
Read Herald Advertisements and Save Money Thursday. January I, 1920
THE    C It A.Ml ROOK    II 1. It A 1. II
A ti i:
i i \ i:
PLPILS MAKE
(Continued from Page One)
Hawkins. Billk Taylor. Meryl Corson, George Coleman.
Absent—Marlon Atohlnon, Archie
Finley. Norman Parker.
Perfect Attondonoo—'Malcolm Uro-
gau, Amly I'lmsldy, Jock Dixon, Mar-
liari'l Horie, Lillian JockEon, Margaret
Johnaon, Patrick Kennedy, JameB Malum. Itlla McDiirney, Chester Roberta,
Prank Roy, Willie Selby. Margurlte
StiirrlU. llilllo Taylor. Edward \Vl\lte.
, ■,...,'.    i     i.   ..'.   ... ....   .iu3.;uuunmcu-~-^
PACIFIC MILK
MAKESBUTTER
Bovoral   have   ashed   tli.it   lhe   rerl-
yot ior n<.ikiiiK bjltor he ropoatcd
an thoy missed It. Kiiipty 1 small
llu of Pacific Milk Into a -saucepan
und limit il to holing point
As It cools, about lukewarm, add
'i nnuml of hutter. Allow this to
melt.   Add a pinch of snlt
Then beat It until cool and put In
a refriRerator or out-of-doors to set,
PACIFIC MILK CO.,
LIMITED
Factor) ut l-ailiicr, It. ('.
ijjil^iinutn:i^j-i'ju;.T-iii:iiiu"ivL"'",;'I: jl%_*i.iuui
B. C. FRUITS
IN B. C. CANS
QUAKER   KHAM.
fruits arc from British Columbia's best orcl.ar.ls and gardens
canned herp the day they are
picked.
Even the cans are made in our
own Province. Ask your grocer
for
QI'AKEK BRAND
Raspberries. You'll like the snn-
ripened, fresh, sweet pungency of
this good fruit, with none of the
bitternes and sourness, usually
found in canned raspberries.
Put I> In
British I (iliimbla b>
Dominion Canners B. V» Ltd..
Vnm'ouv«?r, B. ('.
| Palsy Wthlttiiker, Amy Williams. Wll-
| helmim.' Woodman, 'Aomi Chase.
! IHvlslmi 4.
I Olaaa Standing—Annie Bagley, 91.S;
| Henry Godderls, 111.7; Arthur Shank-
, land, S'J.U; Floroiico Rintiing and L'y-
j run Pow, 86; Jean Valley, Sij.i.; Margaret Macdo'.iald, S4.7; Vaughn Hoy.
j 811.4; Irene Mueller ,82.r>; Margurite
Itlodderis. 82,4; Kenneth Parrett. S1.8;
! Doris Hhyries, 81,8; iGertrude Pat-
! more, SO; Alice Stevenson, 79.8; Do-
I ra Huchroft and Kathleen Dallas.
70.8; Lillian St. Elql, 78.ti; Kathleen
Strachnn* "".a. Ray Beech, 7(1.3; Su-
I uui. Maigawa. 70,3; Roscoe McCabe,
78; Joan Walllnger, 75.B; Ivy Dezall,
74.8; Julia Frost, 72.5; l.oran Jordon.
72.3; Alltyne W&Ulnger* 70.1; Billy
Oreen, 09.0; Robert Pelton, G9.3; Jes-
! sle Mclunis, 08.8; \V|-.riifred Heale,
ititi.fi; Ivy Sandoraon, ti4.S; Mary Ben*
ttie, 04.4; ftftle Cliarbonean. 04.3; linh-
,eit Taylor, 02.3; Harry Komball, 08,1;
Kenneth CampbtU, fll.7; Bthol AtOi-
ii-ou. GG.8; Hilda st -ward. 60.1; Edwin
Jecks, 68.5; Evelyn Bowley, 68.2; Ren-1
trice Blaln, G7.7; Rlslo Willis. 12,4. \
Perfect Attendance -Etht I Atohl-
'cii. Annie Bagley, Ray Beech, Mary
Hunt tie, Florence lliiiiiing. Evelyn
Rowley. Kathleen Dallas, Ivy Deznll,
Margurlte Qoddt ris. Cibrnn Jordon,
Margaret Macdonald, Suma Maigawa,
Robert Pelton, Cyrus Pow, Vaughn
Roy, Arthur Shanhland, Ullian St.
Eloi, Robert Taylor. Jean Vahey, Elsie Willis Doris Haynes, Edwin
Jpoks.
Percentage of Attendance—92.80,
Division ft.
Honor Roll.- Tom Marshall, Ronnie Haynes, Aubrey McKowan, Evan-
da Young, Marlon Miles, Graham Dale.
Standing in Class—1st class over
75 por cent.     Tom Marshall, Ronnie
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
Change in Train Service
Effective January Islli. mill, there
nlll bo a inm>ntl clm-iirc In tlie triilii
service. Time tur trains nt f'ranlirook
nlll lie
Xo. (IT Xo. lis
Dully Dully
12.15 p.m. Ar. Cranhrook l.v. 4.Iii p.m.
12.2n p.m. Lv. Crnnbrook Ar. I.nr, p.m.
Train S2:i will tenvc for Klmberley
dally except Sunday :it 7 k, and train
8*11 will arrive rrom Kimborley dally
except Sunday at 2.10 p.m.
Kootenay Central Branch no change.
Por further parltutiUirs apply to
any ticket agent.
,1    E.  I-IUKTOK,
District Passenger Act.. Calgary, Alta.
Haytiea, Aubrey McKowan. Bvanda
Volinki  Marion  Miles.
Second class over 60 per cent. Graham Dale, Sherman Harris, Jack Gc-
nesi, Jack Cummlogs, Bthel Speers.
Harry Lewis, Willie McDonald. Oath-I
Brine Harrison, Kay Brown. Jack
Swan, Malcolm Harris. Donald Burton. Selina Dixon. Pearl Qoodwham,
David Frame.
Third claw trttr to per cent—Hill-1
lard Simpson, Cyril Lee, Cyril Har- ■
rlson, Jack Hondereon, .Melville Read. I
i.velyn    Ward.    Lillian    Lewis,    John
Killey. Ralph Bagley, Jessie Brown.
Jean Home, Jimmy McFarlane, Willie
Sponca, Allen (iiii. Settle Johnson,
i 1,1. ii Brlggs, Jean Beattie, Bert
deorge, Madeline Woodman, Elisabeth
Miller.
Fourtli   i la-s   nndor  -I"   per cent.
Ada   HedQUlst,   Hazel  Jackson.
Perfoci   Attend :e.—Jean   Beattie,
Fteelan Brtg-ga, Jo»le Brown, Qm-
li:;ni Dale, David Frame, .lack tlenest,
Alien Olll, Main,im llarrl . Sherman
Harris, Cyril Harrison. Ronnie.'
Haynes. .lack Henderson. Jean Homi.
Cyril Lee, Tom Mrrshall, Willie Mc
Donald. Jimmy Mcarlane, lAubroy McKowan, Hllllard Simpson, Ethol
S|,pers, Willie Spence. J.tek Swnn.i
Kvanda Voung.
till Man II.
Honor Roll—Class A.—James Dal-1
/id. Leap Lee. Harry Helse. Marion,
Kummer, Margarel Willis. Jack Atcb-I
1st.ll.
class [i. — loml Pow, Birtlml Ben-1
son. Sophie McGregor, John Metcalt,
Harriet Home. Isabel Frame, Bertie
McDonald.
Perfect Attendance—Hfii-ton Will-
lams, Margarel Willis. Robert Willis,
Rupert. Porter, .lack Athchlson, Jean
Bagley, Blrthnl Benson. Dan Brake.
Marion Carr, Mallei Clark. Loralne
Crane. George Fanning, Isabel Frame.
Harry Helse, Kathleen Henderson.
Harriot Home. Freest Kennedy. Marion Kummer, Lent* Lee, Colvin Mc-
Bltrnoy, Robert McCnbe, Bertie Mac-
donnld, Kathleen McFarlane, Ida McGregor, Sophie McGregor, Jean McPliee. Francis Miller, Ronald Moffatt,
Nancy   Nlsbet,   Naomi   Pow.   William
ilGIIXETHS
f; USK'FUiL FOR
{. PURPOSES
?MADe -I N
CANADA
"svi vi t ox a si'iifi:" to
UK si IN |Jj CRAXIIROOK
•Sylvh  a Sproc' which win p..
shown in the Rex theatre Friday and,
Saturday, ;* quite the most captlvat*
1 inp* usual screen feature In which
'the favorite star. Kinmy Wholen. has
yet   is en   seen,    ll   lias  an   irre-tible
' appeal.   Miss Wholen  plays tho part
' ot syhia Fairponts, a society girl who ;
'lias been so sheltered from harm that
sic longs io see a ||nlo "real life."
I'aie brings io her Jack Bradley, and1
tlie two become encaged on condition
thai lo- lake her for an .vennliig In'
"Bohemia."   Planning to cure hor of
' her desire for excitement, lie s;age.
a   "fake"  raid, witch to hi- own  sur-
' prise  turns      t,.  p,. B   real  one,
Sylvia finds more excitement than she
; bargained   I'd'.       Tie   cllraaX   of   the
1 Is anv,.i in the exlremo. "Sylvia on
a 8proe" Is a delightful | hotodrama.
entirely oul of tli dinary and will
. plonse   oar   pinions   minions, ly.
Price, ordon Rankin. Mar)
Percentage of attendance,
lllrlslini ;.
No
02.
■ding.
age.
indancc—Mlldn
Ardolle cram
Albert     Goorgo,
al   Harrl on.  Line
,d   llrid-
.   Harry
George
r Holm.
When
your brain
works like a
dog with three
legs walks—
you need
XMAS GOODS JUST ARRIVED
Ladles'  Silk   WilMs l.nwn*.   Mlliolias.  lane;   llnil.ll.or-
chiefs. Hand Pointed t'lilnaivore, Tallies, riinlrs. Baskets.
EVEKVTIIIXti   HOMI   AT   VERY    LOWEST   PIIICKS
All    hinil-   of   Chinese   ami   Japanese   Goods    Imported    Illicit.
DAN YOYN TONG
llinlck  Vieniie. at roar nf XellimlM Church
An active brain must
have pure blood, not
poisoned with products
of indigestion—or liver
and kidney laziness.
Ur.a.i S.I. of An, M.di.in. in th. Wo*W.
S.!d.»*n«l»r»i«C»..l.. 1. I.im, IS.., Mc
'p'
Wllcn   in   S|inknilC   Mnki 1
to "S H U B*E*R T
"Shubert" Wants ?orlIVbsia Furs
All You Can Ship
And Will Pay These Extremely High Prices
GET A SHIPMENT OFF-TODAY
it 11«'
Hotel
Coeur
d'Alene
The Hold Willi n Person-
nlll).
I-I.KIMUWC    l-°l LARGE      N-lMEDIUM I   N'ISMAIL N° 2
»|.» to *vl..*l IUTMIQWH',11 WM to 'VIMS,   f".. 'o »»t.»-i   «.1o t.'f ijuWII
MUSKRAT
; CoiiM'iiienl iii llvcrjlliiiiir
Winter
Fall
4.00 to 3.50
3.00 to 2.75
3.25 to 2.7S
2.50 to 2.25
2.50 to 2.00
2.00 to 1.60
1.75 to 1.50
1.50 lo 1.25
1.75 to 1.25
1.50 to 1.00
MINK.
Fine, Dark
Ulual Color
Palo
25.00to20.00
15.00lol2.00
lO.OOto 8.50
18.00tol4.00
lLOOlo 9.00
8.001* 7.00
12.00lol0.00
8J0to7J0
6.50to 6.00
9.00 lo 7.50
7.00 to 6.00
5.00 to 4.50
9.00 to 5.00
7.00 to 4.00
5.00 to 3.00
Very   MiiiIitiiIc   Hull's
i!h
Perfect   At
gos,  May ro
Panning
(leoi-go!
Mary Hncl-xroft. < "linnv.i Haynes,
Molly Jr.lmatone Xorn Milca, Wllio
Miller, Lowell McCoy, Irenn Alclu:iis.
Wili'vcd (vtif-i;, Mnry llanklns, fi.iirj
Hd.v. Nellie Sakanclii, Norma Bunues, ■
Ralph Whltelionae, sinnloy Porter.
Honor UfH—Xoru Miles, Jiu:k Wnrd j
Helen    MorrlBOrij    Mildred    BridRos.
Leiteli Pnttoraon, Ardolle Crano.
Divlsimi s.
No. enrolled, --7; iJoreentaBe ni' attendance, s-i.or,; [wrfecl attendnnco,
Pauline BnwnoHd, Jacl( Parrel, George
Futa, Helen Heise, Qene fnglinm,
M.i ni ret JoluiBton, Margarel Lus-
combe, Mattie Maharg, Bernico Mi-
Donald. Dobbio McDonald, Donald
McDonald, -lean Pow, Arthur Sakagu-
clil, K ii i'l Shankland, George Sliph-
enson, Lillian Webster. Cori Young.
Honor Boll, Class A—Helen Heise,,
Jean Pow, George Slephenaon, Goorgo!
Pntti. Donald McDonald, Cori Young.    '
t'lii^-H  ll.  and  C—Arthur  s.-iIuiku-1
chl,   Enid  Khankland.  Paullni   Bowness,  Bernteo  MrDoniild.  Mattie  Maharg, Gone Ingham,
DEvIkih.ii 11.
Number enrolled, 38: noreentnge of
attendance, 02.IS; perfect attendance,
Llloyd Hiirgo.^s. Nofilo ('alder, Juno i
Collins. Billy Crawford, Jack EiihhIc..
Joseph Genest, Harold George, Bun-
ford effei-y. Florence Jordan, Eufeeno |
Kennedy, Archie Leitch, Eddlo Won-1
iinl. Raymond Uuacombe, Jossio Mus-,
ser, Kileen MeCabe. .lean McDonald.'
Oameron McDonald, Katlileen Nisbet,
Florence Pattinson. Herlie elton. Jack
rieid, Beatrice Ward. Alex Williams.
Division to.
Number enrolled, 39; |)ereent:igp or
attendance, 01.C; impUs making por-
feci attendance, eorge Atchison, Barbara Boale, Jack Bird. Dorothy Bridges, .li.itiys Burton, Jessie Cassldy,
Jimmie Dixon. Kathleen dmoiison,
Ynlil Guthrie. Billy Harrison. Willie'
Heyward, George Hoard, Teddy Howard. James Huchrroft, Bobeit McGregor. Marshall Mel'iierscm. Sheila,
Paterson, George Itoborts. Carrie
Speaee. Harry Walksley. Pauline
Wise. Madeline Wise.
Honor Holl—C1a^s A. Nancy Miles.
Sheila Paterson. George Roberto,
George Atchison, Barbara Beale. Dor-
otliy Bridges, Clas- B. Teddy Howard.
Ida LancaRler. King fcVuldler. Billy
Harrison. Class C, Yuel Guthrie,
Madeline Wise. Kathleen Edmonson.
Sore Throat, Colds
Quickly Relieved By Hamlin'*
WliardOll
Hamlin's Wizard Oil is a simple
and L'tteetive treatment for sore
throat antl chest cold*. Used as k
garble lur sure throat it brings quick
retiel Rubbed mi the chest it will
often loosen up a hard, deep seated
cold in one night.
How often sprains, bruises, cuts
and burns occur iu every family, as
well as little troubles like earache,
toothache, cole! sores, canker sores,
.-•■.■li neck, and tired aching feet,
Soothing, beating Wizard Oil will at-
ways bring tjtticK relief.
(,ct it from druggists for ,10 cents.
It m<t satisliecl return (he bottle and .
get your money back.
Ever constipated or have sick
|uaclaolie?«i |i ■ t i.-, V* ixard Liver
Whips, pleasant little pink pills, JU
cents.   Guaranteed,
(.KAMtltOOK !
rAioiuits* instituti:
Itegiilar Meeting |
SKt'ONII   RATI IthAV   uf  eaeh
montii nl 2 p.m. in Hie (ih Hall   j
WRIGLEYS
Wrapped fo insure its perfect
condition in all climates and
seasons. Sealed tight—kept
right. The Perfect gum in the
perfect package.
After evtry tlMM*
The flavour luts
His. Ureoii k MiicKIniion
riij'iciiilis anil Snriri'iiiis
Olllce  at resltlouco, Aruistr-mj.
Avotiim
OFKICIi 1IOUI1S
Koronouns  11.00 In 10.00
A-tornoonR   -.no to   4.00
Etvcnlnes  7.30 to. 8.30
Snudnya   2.30 to   4.ho
CIMNWIOOK, B.C.
n^s— i,r\f,m mmmm imfm i^m iiyioi^ftwi^i.ii^g
<> The Season's Compliments
UK. V. II. MILKS
DENTIST
Oltlco In Hiiinon Uloi'ii
OPF'll'B HOUI18
9 to 12. a.m
1  to   6 p.m.
CR'ANBROOK, B.C.
MONUMKNTS
KiiiiIcuiij Granite k Miin-
iiiiii'iilnl Co., Ltd.
General Stone Contractors anil
Monumental Works
Front St., Xelsnii   I'. O. box So;,
New Clothes for Old
Si-nil  us  .mur i!arnu>nt>  In  lie  t lenned.  IIjimI or
Crossed nnd save tin- price m" new.
Cranbrook gleaners $ Dyers
f.   M.   WILLIS,  Mmuirfr.
b'orcmost Cleaners and lljers of Everything
.    Phone I57 CRAXBROOK,  ll. C. Box 1!
V. M. JIIACPHKRSON
Undertaker
l'luillr 83(1
Nnrliiirj Aie, neit to t'llj 11.11
iiii: iiomi: iiaki:hv
Until. Frame, Prop.
Iifsli llrcild, takes, Ties
nml !';islrj
I'lionn 37
Nortiury Ate.      Opp CUT Hall
The Shoe Specialist
,101. MAIlAl'OUl
SatlnlMtioii Uimra.tHd
irteadquarters tor all kinds ot
Repair!
Now   Open   For Business
Gbe Club dafe
in Baker Street
Opposite GMBOpolitan Hotel
FXf'KLI.FVT 8RRTI0E. ALI. HIIITt: IIU.I'
T.UILKS FOlt LADIES
PUSS, SPF.flFICATIONS.
ESTIMATES   AND
SLI'KltlXTEXDAMF.
Ili'iiinili'lllni: anil Repairs ii
Spi'i' Ially.
i.  r.  tit i in ro ft
K Mil UTS OF PVTH1AS
Cranbrook, & C.
Meets every Tuesday at 8 p.m. Io
tka Fraternity Hall
t'. G. Borgstrom, C. C.
C. H. Collins. K. R. £ 8
Vliltlng brethren cordially Invited to attend.
LYNX
Ordinary
HuvyFurred 75.00lt65.00
CO.OOtoSO.00
60.00toS0.00
45.00ti40.00
45.00to40.00
35.001.3000
35.00H25.00
25.00lo20.00
35.001.20.00
25.00tol5.00
These extremely high prices are based on the well-known "SHUBERT'' liberal
" 1 and are quoted lor immediate shipment.  No. 3, No. 4, and otherwise
 jiklniMMghet "      "              ........ ..-..
Fun, writ, for "Bt|f I
Inferior skins at highest market value.
......_  For quotations on other British Columbia
. _    _,_    , „  1 Wdwir," th. only reliable and accurate market
report and price list of IU kind published.  It's FREE-Wrllt for It.
A shipment to "SHUBERT" -will
result In "mon money"-"qulcker."
■titer' *smn wUw Tin^'fi /•%
^Mt/mSTHOUSEIN WEWIWDENM EXCLUSIVELY'IN
NORTH AMERICAN RAW FURS
9*» DomlA St Dtpt. 21s   Winnipeg ChuuIf
WOiirKN'S INSTITUTE
Meets In the
I'iiiIsIi    Hall
lirst   Tuesday
afternoon    of
every   month
ut :! p.m.
PrOB. Mrs. II.
{mnpliell, box
587
Sooy; Mr.-. J. W. Burton, P, O. Box 821
All ladles cordially Invited.
CHAS. S.  PARK tilt
rorwarillng  and  Distributing
Aicent for
liClhhrldgo and tlreenhlll Coal
Imperial Ull Co.
Dlstrliutlon Cars a Specialty.
Driiying mid Triiusfeirlug
Qlycn prompt attention
Phone 88
GET THAT OLD HOl'SE
FIXED I'P BEFDIti: IT FALLS
DOIVMIII GITE t'S A CON-
TRACT TO BUILD VHP A
NEW ONE
Clarke & Sainsbury
Phone TS or 8.8     P.O. Box MIS
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
ot Canada Limited
Offices, Smelting and Refining Department
TRAIL, BRITISH COLUMBIA
SMELTERS     AMI     REFINERS
Purchasers nl' Gold, Silver, Copper and Lead Ores
Producers Of fluid, Silver, Copper, Bluestone, I'iir Lend nml
Zinc "I AKAISAC" Brand.
FOR PAINTING
-AND-
PAPERHANGINO
Etc.
Telephone
JOHN GARD
Plione No. 401)
Ciiinlirniik.   .    .     .11. C.
If vnu want  satisfaction
witli vour washlnar
send It to
MONTANA   LAl'MIKY
Sneclal nrlces for family
work
OR.DaVAN'S FEMALE PILLS^,;,';,'*;
medtcttie for nil I'rmnle Cmiiplniiil ,'„ q lioi
nr ilnir i'ir flu. tn ilnia Mm-'- M;ii1e<| iomiv
ntldrwsod receliil of price tin v ■hh.ii \,wi,
COj, rtl.Cntlinrinen, Ourorfd
for Nerve and llralnilueraw     .    	
n Tunic   will Lin Nl \'in iiji.   | in U",<it iwnfot
R«t ill tic stiiif. in lay ninih.n recflpl «.f price.
■Mum Itmw Co., Ht. UUurtkM, uakil*.
DEZALL'S GARAGE
lli'pillr Work Solicited.     PrlCM lliasniwlile
IMS. OIL, AIR. TIRES AND FORD ACCESSORFES IN 8T0CB
Airi'iit* for
The Studebaker
Hit: SIX LIGHT SIN LIGHT FOLK   '
11 riinslderluii liuiinii n car rail nn ns.   If •im k*ft t llfht ear we
nlll lake It nn pari pajmeiil nl a reasonable prlre.
FRANK DEZALL
I Patronize - Home - Merchants P X (1 li     SIX
T 11 G    C It A N B It 0 OK    HERALD
Thursday. January 1, I.I20
i
■    .:lrr;:.:ij';::.:l:.:::::lV'Tni    :.!!!" ■'.*■>,■ '
We Have Just Received a New
And Very Complete Stock of
DayloFlashLamps
OF ALL KINDS
And Batteries of All Sizes
OCR STOCK  tlti HATTtiltltiS IS  ALWAYS  HtKSII
Social-Personal
If you ure in Hie utit-iif-tiiwn district, drop us a letter nr card and
anythinir you want In nur line will he sent hy return mull or express.    \Ye give special attention to out-of-town orders.
CRANBROOK DRUG & BOOK CO.,
IV. j. AT<1IIN$0>, Manager
Duy Phone U Nlghl Phone 204
\V. Mosley, Kinlgsgnte, Iium gone to
■ Alberta tn spend ttie holidays.
i B, u. Hamilton ul Invermere, was
i here v» business lhe lirst part of the
I week.
;    H.   K.  Jocks,  Jr., spent Christmas
with ills parents Mr. unit Mrs. H. K.
I Jecks.
Mr. ami Mrs. J. \V. Fitch of .Moyle,
( were guests thla week at the home
\ of Mr. nnd Mrs. B. A. Hill.
,    A. J. Berson ami family, of Leth-
' bridge, were visitors tliis week 'at
: tlu- home of Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Jecks.
!     Corporal W. D. Kay. of Hie Victoria
Military hospital, spent Christmas In
this city with his
Roy,
lolhor, Mrs. J. P.
; Miss Audrey Kerr, of Lomond, Al-
! bertn, has arrived in tho city and is
a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
; Wilbur Hill.
Mrs. 13. A. Hill ami daughter Uuore
and son, Ituy, were guests in Moyie
j of frtends hist week ond, arriving
1 home Monday,
I
!    Mr. J. R. McCreery, of the McCree-
: ry Brothers store here, who has acquired  u  business  in  Winnipeg,
< parted for Ihat place Saturday.
Office Boy Wanted 1
I Uuli School Student can
have excellent opportunity te
learn Wholesale Grocery bus-
Inesga h}' applying at once at
Cranbrook Jobbers!
i\e-
REX THEATRE
Amusement Par-excellence
Last Showing Tonight of
"OH BOY!"
FRIIUY   AMI  SATl'KIMY
EMH.V wehleiii
in
"SYLVIA  OS   A   SI'ltKK"
mul
 HOOII t'OMKIIY	
MOMIAY   AMI   ITES1IAY
KUANCI.S NKI.NON
In
-THK POWER
OF. DECISION"
Also
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SO StiltlAI.
Wed*. Thurs., Jan. 7-S
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ill
"THK SI'tiMltiltS"
AMI t'OMKIIV
FIRST EI-1NIIIIE
"Tiger's Trail," .Ian. 12-18
Over Ibe Cm Cups
, to be given In the Auditorium theatre on Friday evening, January 2nd,
; The caune Is'worthy of the support
of everyyone and the program promises
* to be entertaining.
All the banks uud public o(floes
and stores in Cranbrook will remain
closed  today.
Write it with a '20.
A Merry Christmas to all.
Insure with neale & Elweli.
A very prosperous New Vear to all..
_ I     We extend to patrons our best wisli-
Beale  &  Elweli   wish  everyone  a|ea f01' ft happy and prosperous New!
Cranbrook Meat Market.
John Nohlo- nnd sister, of Calgary,
spent Xmas with their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. P. Noble from attending
business college in Calgary.
Mrs. E, A. Hill, accompanied by
her daughter Miss Lenore aud son
Hay, departed for Lethbrldge on Tuesday and will visit with friends. Before they return they will also visit
in Calgary,
Vincent Pink, son of Mr. and Mrs.
J. P, Pliik. is here spending the hol-
I.KUAL NOTICES
NOTICE
We extend to patrons our best wishes for a happy and prosperous New
Year.   Cranhrook Meat  Market.
very happy New Year.
It is dangerous to be without lire.
Insurance. See Beale & Elweli at,
once.
Deposit your valuables with Beale j
& Elweli. Deposit boxes to rent at
low rates.
Tlu lire department is in recipt of j
the new lot of hose .purchased some I
time ago by tlie council.
Have you considered what it would
cost you to replace your home and
furniture if destroyed by fire. Protect
yourself by fully insurlnR with Beale
& Elweli.
List your house with the Cranbrook
Agency Company.
A concert by local talent in thet interest  "f  the  fund -for   playground
I equipment for Cranbrook children is
Year.
The postponed annual meeting of ihe
Farmers' Institute will be held iu the
City Hall on January 3rd, at 2 p.m.
Part of the meeting will he given to
an address by the chief forester of tho
district on tiie new range regulations
of which matter he will have full direction. Every owner of live stock
ought to get a clear idea of his rights
and duties under this new system,
otherwise lie will be liable, to be lock-
itifj in range room late: on. This is
an easy way to inform yourself, show
up and bring your neighbors. The
new grazing act will undoubtedly he
enforced, and it is up to each individual stockman or bttncli of neighbors to look after their own Interosts
Tl.*- l/md Denartmont will only look
out for themselves by securing their
rights early.
Notice is hereby given that nu application will be made to the Legislative Assembly ol the Province of
British Columbia al the next session
on behalf of the Attention of Professional Engineers of British Columbia for a Private Bill to Incorporate
the said A'lociation, the said hill to
be known as THE BRITISH COLUMBIA ENGINEERING PROFESSION
ACT for the purposes of governing
and regulating the practice of Civil,
Mining, Metalurgical, Mechanical nnd
Chemical Engineering in Uie Province of British Columbia, and the qualification, examination and registration
of intending praetloners, the discipline of its members aud for the ac
Uiiirlng of real and personal property
and the disposal of the same and for
the general management of the Assail! the City of Vancouver,
ith day of December, A. D.
DATED
ti, c, this
IM...
H. S. TOB1N.
the firm of Pattullo &. To bin.
nlicitors for the Applicants.
18-12-fit
■^aiBPftrtiss
To nil whose good
will and friendship
Imve helped mnke
this eloslnic year u
Nueeesxful one, we
extent! our eordlal
appreciation aud
heartiest wishes
for a
HAPPY   AND
PROSPEROUS
NEW  YKAR
W.  II. WILSON   }j
Jeweler Jj
Stj
idays at his home, arriving from the
Coast. Miss Wanda and her brother
Vincent, are to appear in the school
concert iu the Auditorium theatre on
Friday evening, January 2nd.
NEW BANK MANAGER FOB
IMPERIAL HANK  ARRIVES
Mr. B. E. Howard and his family departed Monday evening for tlieir now
home In Walkerville, Ont., Mr. Howard
having been transferred from the local Imperial Bank as manager to the
latter place where he will open up
a branch for the bank.
Mr. Grubbo, who succeeds him here,
has arrived from Revelstoke, wliere;
he was in charge of tlie bank's business there, and has taken over the!
duties as manager here.
QUR hopes are
that all the peo
ple of Cranbrook
and  the   District,
will experience  a
very Happy New
Year.
1
i
^^^^§r
W. D. HILL
The  Ladies'    Wear  Store
overflowing when Santa appeared to and saw to it that the youngsters re-
i distribute the gifts from the Christ-  ally    enjoyed    themselves.     Besides
] mas tree which was well laden.   Miss  presents, there were plenty of can-
Jessie lto. their teacher, was present, dies uud nuts.
f^mgaa; "us-Vr; "i'"3?: T^'.aajiJ L-rv ;:t\ ssst '■fssffi^Ti -5 i =jf? Sen ST.J. -Tri
I
Insure with tbe Cranbrook Agency
Company.
1920
1920
May this New Year
Bring to You and
Yours untold happiness and prosperity
is the sincere wish
O Pi
McCREERY BROS.
Cranbrook's Dry Goods and Clothing Stores
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
(Section 24).
IN THK MATTER of Lot 14, Block 7
Lol li. Block 11, Town of Klmberley,
Map 664, Kootenay District.
Proof having eon tiled in my otllce
of the loss of Certificate of Title No.
34Q7K, to the aovc mentioned lands
in the name or Robert S. Lcnnie. and
bearing dale the 20th May, 1900. I
hereby glte noilce of my intention at
the expiration of one calender month
from thc lirst publication hereof to
Issue to tho said Robert S. I.cnnlc a
fresh Certificate of Title In lieu of
such lost Certificate. Any person having any information with reference to
such lost Certificate of Title is requested to communicate with the undersigned.
Dated at the Und Registry Office,
Nelson, B.C., this third dny of December. 1919.
E. 8. STOKES
District  Registrar or Titles
Date of first publication, Thursday-
11th dny of December, 1919.
12-11-51
< KAMIROOK SUNDAY SCHOOLS      j
ENJOY THE YILETIDE SEASON |
On Wednesday evening the Presby-1
terian Sunday school had tbelr annual
Chrlstmts tree and entertainment con-;
slsting of songs and recitations wltll i
lhe Indlspenslble visit of his majesty,)
S'liitu Clans, who had a present for
each child. Mr. H. White was chairman and a very jolly evening was
spent.
Tin- Juniors of the Anglican Sunday
school were entertained at the Parish
hall on Tuesday afternoon from 3 to
T. The usual round of game:; were indulged in. followed by ten and crowned by a lisi! from Santa, who distributed the git.s from the tree.
The one hundred and forty scholars from the Methodic! Sunday school
were honored with a visit to each of
their own homes on Christmas morning from Santa Claus himself, and in
order that no one shoitlrl be overlook-
| ed, the pastor, the Rev. R. E. Lee,
accompanied him. The children were
assembled on Monday evening in tho
old gymnasium for music and games
and  enjoyed si  very   happy  time.
The happiness of tlie children at St.
Marys   on   Tuesday   afternoon   was
Cranbrook $a$b and Door
Company
Wishes all patrons a Wry Happy and Prosperous
Now Year.
Wo   appreciate   ilie   patronage   extended   u-*
dining the year just past.
II. A. MCKOWAN
JOS. WOODMAN
J. II. SPENCE
W. F. ATTRIDOE
WANT ADS.
FOR RENT—-Large rrnnl room, well
furnished nml heated with use of
kltt'hen and dining room In private
house to mnrried couple without
children. All conveniences. Apply-
by idler llox "A" Herald olllce.
1-1-lf '
H'ANTKI)—Third-class engineer for
power-house. Apply witli references to rrauhr.iok Klectric Light
Co., Ltd. 1-1-tf
TO LET—Two furnished rooms. Apply seven o'clock p.m.. 115 Armstrong avenue. 11-12-lt
igfegscs
Wishing You
and Yours
A Happy
New Year
A FEW CALENDERS KOR OCR CUSTOMERS OSliI
PARENTS  ARE  ASKEII TO CAM. FOR THEM
Cranbrook Trading Co.
WANTED—Gentleman wants comfort-
able room,  (close In), in private
family, with use of hath.   Address i
11. Herald office. U-27-flt;
MATERNITY   NURSI NO .-Apply   148
I latlon Avenue, or Hox ii.'l. Fernle,
B. C, 12-18-41
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS
NOTICE
APPLICATION FOR GRAZING PERMITS FOK THE SEASON OF 192ft
Application? for permit m to graze
livestock on the Crown range within
each grazing district or tlie Province
of British Columbia must be filed with
the District Forester at Cranbrook,
Ft. (ieorge, Kamloops. Nelson, Prince
Rupert. Vancouver and Vernon or
with the Commissioner of crazing.
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B. C..
on or before February 29th, 1920.
Blank forms upon which to submit
applications may be obtained from the
District Foresters at ilte above named
places or from the Department of
Lands nt Victoria. B.C.
, G. R. NADEN,
Deputy Minister of Land?.
Department or (.nnds,
Victoria, B. C,
Dee. bin. 1919. 12-11-41
TRAIN FOR
A NURSE
PUPIL   Nl?K8I.S.~-Two
vacancies in Thc Gait
Hospital Training School.
Three-year course. Three
weeks' annual vacaton.
Eighteen In the School.
Comfortable Nurses home
in separate building.
Apply:
l.ndy   Superintendent
GALT HOSPITAL
I.ITIIHHMHJK
,j{ Jfappy Tfew 2/ear
Vo  Jill
E. A. HILL
MENS'  FURNISHER
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