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Array fHI NATIONAL AIIV;.IITI8EH
MOWS TIIE BUST MKIHMI-
■K PATKONWKSTIIK IIU. AMI
VOLUME 24
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THE CRANBROOK HERALD
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CRANHROOK. IU., FiTlDAY, DECEHBER 15. 111-.'*.*.
. I'Ai-KK Mill THK HOn-
I'lli: INTKIIHSTS OF UUR.
HKOOK   KlliKMII.l    A I.W Ali
NUMBER    43
Prepare for the Ball the B S VT1 l a on New Year's Night
Shows Rancor Over
Cranbrook Result
Propositi to Instill! "Suh Col*
lector"  Here  Hriims  Mnek
M>-i:ici'tioii Echoes
(Special lo The Horald)
Victoria. l(.t'„ Docomber U.—BU-
terness borne or defortl in tbo recent
Crunbrook hy-electinii marked lhe at-
tack which Premier Oliver staged fu
the Loglnliuure nu TltUVBday of last
week against Mr. N. A. Wallinger, Conservative member for Crunbrook.
There could bo no doubt that the
Premier Ib,Incensed over the result ot
the Cranbrook light in which ho led
the Government forceH to one of tho
most overwhelming defeats experienced by un administration in a by-election contest in B.C.
WANT DEPUTY COLLECTOR
FOR (RANBROOK.
lu tlie verbal dual botween the Premier and Mr. \V, J. Bowser, opposition
leader, all the charges made by the
former against Mr. Walllnger during
the campaign were reiterated, and the
Premier asserted he was willing to
have a full legislative enquiry into
the charges mado during the campaign. Mr. Bowser twitted tbe Premier with his evident ill humor over
the outcome of the contest, and offered the Premier u "field duy" on which
to light the merits of the case, und asserted that the whole Cranbrook eam-
palgn had been bused on calninny and
injustice.
The incident was Indrodueed when
estimates for the Cranbrook Government Agency were under consideration and an item therein called tor
the outlay of $1,740 fur "deputy collector," something hitherto not deemed necessary. Mr. Wallinger made a
spirited defence in his own behalf
against the charges made by the Premier, and his evident sincerity made
a strong impression throughout the
House.
P.G.E. INVESTIGATION
NOT LIKELY.
*■ \i -there is one thing evident as the
Session proceeds it is the Government's determination to block a full
Investigation inlo lhe affairs of tbe
P.G.E., and more particularly the relations of the railway company with
the Northern Construction Company,
the concern which has been carrying
ou construction wink on a cost-plus
basis. In this respect, no member of
lhe Houhc has been more indefatigable in Bettinn nt the truth than W. K.
Baling, Conservative member for Rossland, whose motions, calling tor information and for submission of the- fuels
before the Public Accounts committee
have been persistently refused by Premier Oliver mi more or K*s petty
points ot order.
"Bring on these books of the Northern Construction Company ami 1 will
be in a position to prove tlmt the
Treasury has boen looted of more
than a million dollars- declared Mr.
Ealing before the committee on Friday Inst on refusing to take tho witness stand following evidence Riven
by Premier Oliver, former chief ourIu-
eer A. P. Proctor, and A. McFee. construction accountant, All »f those
witnesses denied the alleged looting.
although the accountant admitted thut
collusion between the main construction concern and tlie mib-cotitrnctors
might have exister without his knowledge.
"Thnt is the whole point ul Issue"
declared Mr. Bowser, who. with other
members of the Conservative party,
refused to take nny purl In the proceedings on the Premier refusing to
produce the books asked for.
TO PROROGUE
THIN WEEK.
The Session In rushing to its close
With the customary eleventh hour
effort lo gel through a mass of lOgll-
lttlon whlcb, in consequence, is being
but very Indifferently legislated, All
Indications point to prorogation being
staged on Thursday of this week, thus
-allowing tbo members to get buck to
their respective homes in plenty of
time for Christmas shopping.
• O.W.V.A.   NOTES
The Cranhrook Musical Society has
Itlndly Offered to repeat their recent
concert for Ihe benefit of our annual
Christmas Tree i'or the i-hlldreu of
veterans.
The couoort will be in tho Audltur-
iniii on next Tuesday evening, December LOtli at 8.30 p.m. Don't forget the
date, We want to hco every vetornn
present ut Ihe concert to tK>nnt this
worthy endeavour along, You enn net
your tickets from lhe steward nt the
Club (looms, All tickets the same
price, 60c, uud no reserved seats. If
you did not hear the tlrst concert, ask
anyone who did and the result will be
that you won't be able to stay away.
Wo want Santa Claus to be good to
tho kiddieH again this year.
Don't forget our unnual general
meeting and smoker on December 26,
and be sure and have your dues up-to-
date.
We would like to thank the notary
Club of Cranhrook for their generaus
donation of $-.,*"> to the Christmas Tree
Fund, it is a gift unsolicited and
therefore doubly appreciated.
The parents of all children of returned soldiers who can be present at
the Christmas Tree are asked to send
names of children to the G.W.V.A.
Box 290. immediately.
The Hard Times Dance put on by
the Veterans in the Hall on Wednesday evening drew a pretty good crowd,
considering the extremely cold weather prevailing. A little later on it is
planned to repeat the event, when it
is hoped weather conditions will bring
an even hetter attendance. The prizes for the best costumes on Wednesday evening were won by Mrs. Jas.
Cameron for the ladies, and L. Fennessey for the gentlemen. The music
was provided by Robinson's orcheBtra,
and refreshments were served during
the ovoning.
Our Annual Paul Revere
LOCAL LUMBERMEN
WILL OPERATE NOV
AT PRIXCE GEORGE
Tlie Cranhrook Sawmills Limited
announce they will commence operations in the Prince George district
within the next, few weeks.
The Company has heen negotiating
with Harney Keegnn of that place fir
the purchase of four timber licenses
held by him three miles west of the
city. The limits carry a good stand
f tlr and spruce.
J. F. Campbell and J. P. Myers, formerly of this place, have each been on
the ..r.uinil and when the deal for Ihe
timber Is closed, will transfer their
i plant from Cranbrook to Prince
[George.
They Intend to operate a sawmill in
Ihe timber and move the lumber by
tractor, a distance of three and one
half miles, to n point, on thc Canadian
National. Inside the city limits, where
they will operate a planing milt.
Work on the sawmill will commence
as soon us tbey secure the limber, but
while tin- construction work ft going
ahead they will ho cutting in thc hush
to nil a large order they have on hnnd
for three fu,oh material. They will
employ ahout  forty hands.
LAST REGULAR MEET-
ING OF CITY COUNCIL
KOR PRESENT YEAR
REBEKAH LODGE
OFFICERS ELECTED
FOR NEW HALF YEAR
f Officers were elected by Maple Leaf
Rebekah Lodge at their lust regular
meeting, tar thc next six mouths' term.
The new elective officers are us follows:
N. O Mrs. W, S. Johnston
V. O  Mrs. W. Wolfer
Roc. Sec Mrs. M. W, Pation
Fin. Sec Mrs. W. J. Johnson
Treas  Mrs. J. McCullum
The lodge has heen adding considerably to its membership of late, eight
candidates being put through tho In-
ttteHry ceremony at the meeting thla
The regular meeting of the City
Council was held on Thursday night
with Mis Worship the Mayor und Aids.
Arnold. Moir, Snnto nnd Flowers presont.
Letters were received from several
of the churches askim* for thc rebate
of Ihe 11)21 luxes which, according to
a recent decision of the courts, were
io he refunded hy thu Municipality.
After some consideration a motion was
passed authorising the refund.
The usunl reports of the heads of
tho vurious City Departments were
read.
Tho agreement between the ('ranbrook Sash nnd Door Co. and the City
for lhe supply of electrical energy
was uuthorized, the rate to the Company to he the same as that of the
Power Company to the City.
Tho surrender of teh spur to the- 111
ectrlo light plant was agreed to.
A motion authorizing the Issuing of
the usual notice calling for nomination ot mayor, aldermen, school trustees, and police commissioners, was
passed,
The disposal or the Curling Rlnk
was referred to the incoming Council.
A by-law dealing with the disposal
of certain lots nssumed by the City
under Tux Snle wns passed.
A motion was passed providing for
the closing of that portion ot Penwlck
jAvenue botween Lewis and Edwards
Streets, tor tbt children tor sleighing
purpose*
.wl
Seeking Candidates
for Elections i
iniumnni iiinmiin
I DISTRICT VOTES ON
ROADS AND TRAILS
FOR NEXT YEAR ?
Ratepayers* Meeting Considers
Number of Likely Names for
Various Public Offices
About forty ratepayers were present at a meeting held last Thursday evening at the Maple Hall, the
object of which was to discuss a
number of names which might be
brought up for the municipal elections in Jauuary. The meeting wns
uot called under any particular auspices, but solely with the idea ot
getting candidates for the publinc offices which have to filled every year
who might be advanced under such a
slogan as "efficiency and economy."
Thos. II. Bronsdon was asked to act
ns thc chairman of the meeting, and
a committee was appointed about six
strong to approach a number of citizens whom it is considered would
make likely candidates. The matter
of property qualifications will be looked into, and the committee will be
guided by tbe names which appear in
the municipal voters' list which is
now in the printers' hands, following
the sitting of the court of revision on
Monday last.
It was fell ihat support should be
given to Aldermen Jas. Cameron, A.
J. Balment and W. Flowers, on the
existing council, nnd among the other names mentioned were those of F.
H. Dezall, H. Sainsbury, T. Parrett
and Robertson, while for the school
board Mrs. Fennessey and W. Henderson will probably he approached,
if they have not been already.
There is little organized effort yet
apparent In regard to the elections
outside of this, but It seems to be ac-
opted ns final that W. F. Cameron
will run for the mayoralty, while for
(he council it is staled thut W. W.
Kilby mny run again.    The name of
J. Jackson has also been mentioned
in connection with the mayoralty and
ihe council, and J. P. Fink has also
been upprouched. On the school
board Mrs. J. J. Jackson and Messrs.
W. A. Nesblt and K. H. McPhee ter.
minute their two year term of office,
and it Is stated that they will be asked to consider running again, in order to carry through tlie program of
school extension now under way.
The retiring police commissioner
this year is A. A. MacKinnon. One
other candidate Is most likely to ap.
pear at least, in the person of W. F.
Doran, who ran last year and gave
A. 0. Shankland, the elected commissioner, a very close race.
J       (Special to The Herald)
Following are the votes pnss-
\ ed hy the House for Roads und
Trails, covering tho financial
year  1D2H-24,   detnlled   hy  dis-
T tricts:
+ Alberni    -$17,501)
Atlin   35,000
Cariboo     71,000
Chilliwack  34.5A0
Columbia   ... . 38,700
Oomox  5S.OUO
T Cowichan     40,500
± ( It A MUtOOh    tHyiOtl
Delta    .  21,500
Dewdney  '.  40.000
f Esquimau     29,000
t*'EHME »r»,(MMi
Fort George    75,500
I Grand Forks  -3.500
I Greenwood     H4.U0O
Islands   3.1,000
Kamloops     76,000
Kaslo     33.000
Lillooet     56,tiC0
Nanaimo     13,000
Nelson        -,:"0U
i ■$ Newcastle     ..1,500
New  Westminster      1,800
North Okanagan   5_!,0d0
North Vancouver   21,000
Omineca     77,000
Prince Rupert   d3,bOO
Revelstoke     35,500
Richmond     10,000
Rossland       7,000
Saanich       6,000
J Similkameen     41,000
Slocan     28,000
+ South Okanagan   33,000
South Vancouver     8,900
Trail    39,500
Yale     43,000
$1,326,300 ±
A number or Important transfers in
the provincial police service have recently been made ln this district. F.
J. Duncan, formerly of Fernie, now
comes to this city; A. J. Smith from
Corbln to Elko; M. J. Congden from
Corbln to Hutton, and H. J. McDougall from Mission to Corbln.
The Summit Hotel at Crows Nest
was totally destroyed by fire last Sat
urday morning. The property was
owned by Messrs. Milter and Mc
Cool, but has been loosed and occupied for some time by D. Lewis. The
Insurance on the building Is aald to
hava been flt-MO. — Strata    Tree
41'HHlllill'HllllH'lllIlP
OBITUARY
JAMES Mr HON All)
An old resident of the city passed
away on Thursday morning or this
week ul Ihe St. Eugene Hospital, in
the person of James McDonald. He
was seventy-three years of nge. and
had been in the city about ten years.
He was taken 111 on Monday of this
week, and the following day underwent an Internal operation at the hospital. Notwithstanding his advanced
age, it was hoped that he would recover, even as lnte as Wednesday evening hopes being held out for this.
He leaves to mourn his loss a widow, one daughter, Mrs. Wm. Henderson, two son.., Thomas and Charles,
all of this city, and another son, James, resides in Glasgow, Scotland. Another son lost his life In the war.
The funeral will take place under
Masonic auspices on Sunday afternoon
service being held at the Presbyterian
Church at 2.30 p.m., and Interment Inking place at the union cemetery.
Up till "a short time ago deceased
was enjoying fairly good health, being
able to continue ut work. He was
thoroughly respected by those who
knew him, and manw old friends lear-
of Ua somewhat sudden passing with
Rinks Lined up
for Local Speil
\M of Rlnks as Made Up By
Committee.   Membership
(loses Noon
REl KEATIO.N   (LIB
NOTES
Patronize the Minstrel Show 10-
nlRht and be a booster for the Club.
We need the "mun." and it is a show
worth KoiliR In see.
Arrangements are proceeding satisfactorily witli regard to the boiler,
and it Is hoped that Uie club will he
ready to open again In about two
week* time.
The Bkatlug rink is iu tine shape
The first leogue match will be played on Christmas Day. Get your
season ticket for the six League matches, they will he worth wotchin-g.
Schedule of fees tor Bkatlng are;
Family Season Ticket. $12; Single Sea
son Ticket, $5; Ticket for 10 skates,
$11; Admission. 25c; School children,
nfteanoons only, 15c. Tickets on sale
al rlnk.
It
E. C.
Clussifcataion of players and list
of rinks of the Cranbrook Curling Club
for the season 1922-23, as drawn for
local pluy, is as follows, in order of
Skip, Third, Second uud Lead
M. A. Beale, J. R. Adamson. Hoss
Puseuzao, H. Collier.  *J	
J. Milne, W. Soden, F. J. Harbinson,
W. Whiting.
Robt. Eakin, R. J. Collins, II. A.
Moorhouse, Wm. Steward.
A. \V. Hodgson, W. 0. Marshall, J. J.
Delany, N. N. Mclnnls.
W. M. Harris, D. A. Sutherland, J. E.
Webster, L. Baker.
1>. A. Burton, W. Burton, W. J. McFarlane, L. P. Sullivan.
McK. Morrison. W. P. Ratcllffe, R. E.
Sang, F. V. Harrison.
F. M. MacPherson, Jno. Martin, Jno.
Robertson, A. J. Schell.
W. F. Cameron, W. A. Nisbet. W
Glbbs, D. R. Garnham.
W. F. Doran, F. W. Burgess,
Kuhnert, G. Chllds.
E. H. McPhee. G. F. Marsh, W. J.
Flowers, J. E. Sowerby.
Geo. Hogarth. W. It. Grubbe, David
Baird, W. J. Thompson.
(A. S. Ward, Wm. Henderson. R. P.
Moffatt, R. H McGee.
W. D. Gilroy, C. F. McPhee, J. H.
Cameron. W. A. Fergie.
G. E.  L.  MacKinnon. G.   B. Willis,
A. Williams. W. C. Wilson
A. C. Bowness. T. M. It. Stewart.
W. S. Johnson, J. M. Clark.
C. J. Little, D. Halerowe, J. II. McQuaid. T. R. Austin.
W. J. Barber. Robt. Burch. P. Adams
H. W. McLean.
Geo. Leitch. Alan Graham. Mat. Mc-
Crandle, B. C. Freeman.
J. p. McLaren, W. H. Wilson. (J.
Sinclair. B. T. Cooper.
A. Corrle, C. R. Ward. J. Taylor.
W. C. Adlard.
This list is subject to revision when
membership list has been completed.
There are three skips in reserve tn
make up additional rlnks.
Persons wishing tn curl should hand
in tlieir names and fees to the Membership Committee AT ONfE, as
draws for the various cups in the local
Bonsplel will bo made within the next
few days.
CONCERT IN AID OE
CHURCH FINOS IS
GIVEN AT WII.MUt
A concert was held ai Wilmer on
Saturday evening last fn aid of the
Presbyterian Church funds, uettnu
the sum of $38.00 after expenses had
been paid. The affair was quite successful, and the program given *i«
us follows:
Song. "My Aln Folk."....   W. G.ithri.-
Sour. "Solomon Levi."..  Rev. I). McGregor.
"Three Old Mnids of l.*e,*' by
Mrs. Jas. McKay. Miss M
Anderson arid Miss M. Turner.
Song, "Lucky Jim."'     Mr. Soddan
Sketch, enacted by Mrs.  Tunnacliffe,
Miss     I,und ill.   Miss  An.* -r
san anl Mrs. W. Guthrie.
The theme of the sketch was a fear
on the pnrt cf the nephew-. Tommy.
(Mr. Guthrie) of his aunt, and he hides In a charity sack which Peggy.
(Miss! a! Qtttpi eentt lfflffisv       tdou
(Miss Lundin). am.' incidentally TomJ
my's  sweetheart, also  Miss  Tattler:
(Mrs. Tunnacllffe is the Aunti Mis
Delegate Reports
Back to Board
Report of E. J. Gulmont as Re-
lepnte to Victoria Heeelved
and Considered
At a recent meeting of (he executive of the Board of Trade, the report
of Mr. V. J. Guimont was taken up,
on the result of his visit to tbe coast
iu company with Messrs. A. B. Trltes
of Fernie, and R. H. Bruce of Windermere, as delegates from the Tourist
Association of Southern B. C. and Alberta, to lay before the government
certain matters considered vital Ia
the interests of the tourist traffic in
this part ot the province. The completion of the new route north to connect with the Banff-Windermere road
and keeping the road in good condition, in anticipation of the heavy
traffic nexi year, when the highway
is to be opened officially, were the
two most important matters which
tlie dele-Bates were asked to lay before ihe government.
At the executive meetiiiR some cor-
rospoudencc was read in connection
with the proposed excursion of tht
British Traders train across Canada
next year. Cordial co-operation waa
promised by lhe board if the special
train bring.- the party of British
manufacturers and business men over the Crow   line.
The Cranbn-ok Board of Trade will
contribute the sum of J600 toward*
the cost of the 1923 publicity campaign which the tourist association
is planning to carry out, consisting
of the distribution of properly prepared mad maps. This is in line with
what the other boards of trade ln the
territory embraced by the association are doing.
Mr. C.uimout's report on the matters brought up by the delegation at
Victoria   is  as  follows:
Cranbrook, B.C..
Nov. 22. 1922.
Mr. J. P. Fink. President.
Board of Trade, City.
Dear  3!r.
In accordance with your wishes, I
M. Turner as secretarv and Susan -iome<l Mr *■ Randolph Bruc« «*
(Miss Anderson) as the servant, hare Mr -v B- Trites- in ^wria, <» Mon-
been filling with clothes, only to tine ] **>'• November I3tb, acting in yonr be-
that his fears are groundless, and of: half 0D the Committee appointed to
course it all ends up happily with the: interview the Provincial Government
young couple going off to make their011 <^rta!n matters of interest to tha
preparations for their wedding. . Watrtct   I beg to report the follow-
Following the sketc!; came a read- \lD* asa re8Ult 0l our Interview:
ing "David and Goliath," by Mr. P.!    We had tw0 interview* with Hon.
Mitchell Stoddart. song. "Daddy," byj
Mrs. McGregor, a song. "Flannel," b;
Mr. Stoddurt.     Then came the wa*
Dr. Sutherland. Minister of Public
Works; one on Monday afternoon and
one Tuesday morning, and the policy
works, in which tlie following tadtei]0( *he Oovernment, as affecting our
look part   as   dolls: Mrs. E. Tunnt-1 recommendations, is as follows:
cllffe. Mrs. H. Munson, Mrs. J. A. Mc
I
Kay. Miss M. Turner. Miss Gladys
Hope. Miss M. Anderson. Mr. Munson.
Mr. G. McKay, while Mrs. William*
acted the part of the proprietre=K,
with Rev. |>, McGreRor .ind Mr. Guthrie as her assistants. Following after this was a glee by Mrs. McGregor.
had flrst obtained cons id em ble
data from the local engineer, as to
tii*. proposed work, but it waa apparent that most of the appropriations
were exhausted. However, we were
assured that tiie following parts of the
highway between Cranbroolt and the
Banff-Windermere Road would te put
Mrs. Tunnacllffe, Mrs. J. McKay. Mi-s in good condition in time for the open-
Lundin. Rev. D. McGregor   and   Mr   'n*K on July first next.
Guthrie.     Song. "Let the Re-st nf th*     '» ,h(* Columbia District, starting at
World Go By." hy Mr. McKay.    Then i^t-' north end, or at the connection of
A social gathering was held on Wednesday evening of this week at the Methodist schoolroom, under thc auspices of the Senior Bible ('lass of the
Sunduy School, which is conducted by
the pastor of the church, Rev. B. C.
Freeman. G. T. Moir, president of the
class presided at the social, and notwithstanding the severe weather, tbere
wns a fairly good turnout of members
of the class and visitors. An address
wns given during the evening by .1. M.
Clurk, on the value of the Bible, and
u little later tho pastor spoke on the
value of properly directed Bible study. Music was rendered during the
evening by Mrs. W. C. Adlard and
Mr. A. Shanklnnd, nnd two quartette
numbers were given by the BaptlHt
Church (|unrtetle. A few remarks by
tlie chairman of the evening, and tbe
i serving ot light reffeehmenta brought
Ith* program. oC th* avealag to aa end
to finish with there was the Colonels' Zoo 7.00 Band, for which Rev. p.
McGregor made a very able connuct-
or on farcical lines, causing much amusement with his patter. The band
omprised violin, fiddle, mandolin,
banjo, auto harp, whistle, kazoo, organ and drums, nnd made a %QOt\\
noise, the organ keeping the re;.l
medley nil the time.
Then the artistes said "Giiodaij!h;
to you all," and round also, "Gonl
night, People,", following which there
was tea. coffee, sandwiches anil rnk»*
At the close of the refreshments tl-e
national anthem concluded the tiath-
ing
Later it was arranged by Mr. Guthrie that the folks attending could have
a dance, which wns enjoyed till 11!
o'clock. Mr. A. Taylor kindly leiidct*-
Ihe hall. This was entirely Imprnmp
tu. having nothing whatever to do
with the concert.
Members of Durham Encampment,
No. Vi entertained on Thursday ev.
enlng the men hers nf the Rebekah
und Oddfellows lodges, at the lodgr
ronm above the Auditorium. The
weather was severe that evening, hut
between forty nnd fifty were present
and spent the time at cards, court
whist being the program arranged
for Ibe occasion. Dainty refreshments were served before the pari'1
brnko up a little after midnight.
A. L. Blythe. of Edinburgh, Scotland, representing an engineering and
machinery manufacturing firm, hus
been visiting nt Klko recently, looking over the pulp mill proposition In
procesi of growth there. HU firm
■mnnfactnre a casptato Um ei pmlp
he Banff-Windermere and the Golden
Road, ft Is proposed to do permanent
work at all now existing bad pieces
ot mad. particularly through the Shu-
swap Indian Reserve; from Dutch
('reek to about a mile south; from
Thunder Hill to the lop of Canal Flat
Hill: and from Canal Flat Post Offlct
io Mud Creek, about mileage 60.
In the Fernie riding, necessary repairs will be made to the present road
from Mud Creek to Sheep Creek; now
road from Sheep Creek to the creasing of t_he Kootenay River oppoftto
Skookumchuck. a distance of about
live miles, lenders for the construction of the new bridge across the Kootenay will be called for in a tew days,
und this will bo completed In the time
desired.
In the Craubrook District: new road
completed from Kootenay crossing to
Wasa. where it will join the present
Wasa-Fort Steele road. It is a suggestion that If the necessity arises,
that sectionmen wll] be stationed at
proper distances to maintain this road
!n a fair condition during the nub.
Vou may suggest that I should have
held ont strongly for the completion
it the new road from Wasa to Cranbrook. as It is the ultimate Intention
of doing, but It became very apparent
that there was a possibility of defeating the main object by Insisting on all
our demands. I took It that the mala
object wns to have a suitable highway
connecting with the Banff-Windermere road, and our claims were nreai-
ed accordingly. Hy the above you will
notice that the worst part* ot the
road are done away with and we hsve
achieved some good.
The next matter taken up with Hon.
Dr. Sutherland, waa tha completion ot
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TIIK  CBANBBOOK  IIKKALII
iiiiliij. December 15, 19*.'.
IlItl.Mi BACK, ".(111 BRISfl
Our Totnmle benl ''fi' *i Bas lank.
It, contents lu- wanted I" set.
tio ltglitod ii match i" assist bin,
W-oh bring back niatomtule tome.
ORE SHIPMENTS
IIEI EIVEIi AT
IBAlli SMEI.TEK
Following it; 11 statement ol' ore received nt the Trail Smelter for tho
period during December lst to 7th in-
"Cascarets" 10c
Best Laxative
fAr Rnu/olcjBlack Koili' •N',|'-1,i>-"'1- wn	
IU1    UUTTV!3:i:r;mt Peterson, Ainsworth. U.i.'.
; Kame s,t Miny and Locality.
Alamo Mill. Ai imo, B.C.i.,
Bell, BoaWdell, B.C.,
; Knob Hill. Ropulille, Wn..
To clean  out your bowels without  Paradise,  Invermere. II.C      88
cramping or overacting, take CMcar- Qullp, Ilepubllc, Wn    1011
cis.   Sick headache, biliousness, gas- Silversmith, Sainton, B.C      711
es, indigestion, sour, upset stomacli, Surprise,  Republic Wn    lni
aud all Buch distress gone b.v morning. Company Mines  6,0S9
Nicest physic on earth tor grown-ups
aud children.   10c. a hox.   Taste like Total 5,073
candy.
Vi;_*£-. J* i >S*A f .' -i^. r , .ip-i /i . .jr. /i ; .er. n i./>r. r ,'tr.
I The Home Bakery
508 To make Christmas Joy complete PHONE S7 for a
J* Christmas Cake
"Xwr A large variety to choose from, mid dlnna forget some
aS" o* Bobby Frame's SCOTCH SHORT DREAR.
*-5(jlj Also Cream Puffs und Cream Apple Pies, all made
'ij& trom the very hei-t of materials fresh In.
Shi-V Qiinlllj Bread, 8 loaves for 25c TIIE TASTE TELI.S
NjB We have Just opened up a iresli   shipment   nl  Mcl'OBMICK'S
fi-vf, I'.IMV BOX CHOCOLATES.   They  are a   sond  line anil  lhe
Stii" Prices Are lilght.
R   FRAME,   MASTER BAKER
fiNASHj
Nash Passenger
Cars and Trucks
101 I!  AMI SIX   I'VI.IMIEIt CABS,  INCLUDING
The 1923 Sport Models
RATCLIFFE & STEWART
\^>,V/\
A'PICTURE
makes the ideal
Christmas Gift
WATER COLORS—
by local artists, framed
Studio Portraiture
Home Portraiture
and Groups
Enlargements and
Amateur Finishing
Coloring Portraits
und Enlargements
COMB IN and See Our Stock
The Cranbrook Studio
Phone   .114
W. D. HILL
The Dry Goods Specialist.
torie -Johns tfesfo
IT liK'T THE FEueR WHO
MONKS UK HOBN TH' t-OuOESr-
1T'« THE FEtUER WHO -jreERS
TH6  BS?T THAT SET*: THERE1.
fc
A Wonderful Selection of
$1.00 <Mts
Sale Proving Attractive
A W, D. 1I1I.L GIFT AT A DOLLAR sounds almost too
good to be irue. doesn't It? Well, It is true, and if you
come In any time you will be delighted al the wonderful assortment of appropriate gift articles you can
choose from at this pi-ice. Just to give you some idea
of the variety, wc mention the following:
LADIES' SILK HOSE; HEATHER IIOSE in all the
popular shades; BOXES OF CHRISTMAS HANDKERCHIEFS! LADIES' FANCY COMBS) COLLAHS; TIES)
CAMISOLES) and a thousand other Yule Tide Gifts.
Let us, if possible, make all our friends happy, when it
costs so little to do so.
Kvery Article Packed In a Dainty Gift Box.
(Although this DOLLAR TABLE will be continued until Christmas, we strongly urge you to do your shopping
EARLY.
"WHEN HILL PUTS ON A SALE IT LS GENUINE.-'
Liquor Board
Comes Under Fire
I'lililic Acmints Committee In-
Earths Some Strange Doings of Pnrly Friends
(Special I" Uie Crtuibr.ooh Herald)
Victoria, Dee. 12.—Amazing di*-
closures involving prominent Vancouver Liberals mixed up In the Honor
business wllh tlie government, wore,
brought out in the Public Accounts
Committee of the Legislature lusl
weok which nre likely to he re-echoed
when the electorate in Vancouver aro
culled upon to I'll] tlie sent formerly
hold by H, A. Macdonald betoro he
unsucossfully tried to break Into lhe
Federal House at Ottawa.
W. T. "Billy" McArthur. tho mnn
who held the Liberal purse strings in
Vancouver some years age: William
Gilchrist, former head of the Ward
Five Liberal Association; Jack Smith,
son of Mary Ellon Spilth. M.I..A.; O
C. Hyatt, formerly a mining man. but
who has now a dozen or more agencies for hard liquor and wines iu the
Old Country; all of these were slated
to be involved in lhe game which was
suspected at tho tB*_l Fall .Session of
the Legislature, but investigation of
which was denied by the Oliver Government wiio called for specific charges.
Politics In Liquor
Hoard Dealings.
One of the worst examples nt government patronage was during Ihe
rip made by Hugh Urquhart, now
manager of t';e Vnucc-uver warehouse.
lo Great Britain and France iu tli,
spring of 1921, immediately prior lo
the Moderuti.m Acl coming into force.
Vllliam Gilchrist uccompanbd Uruu-
art on tlie same boat to Liverpool
whore thoy parted company. Hyatt
was waiting for thc purchasing agent
at London and travelled with blm to
Scotland, Ireland, and France. He
sold thc government during the pnsl
twelvo months 12120 casus of liquor;
Gilchrist's total was 10,200 cases and
2822 gallons, while Gillespie * Co.,
Victoria, sold 8850 cases and 2584
proof gallons.
Jack Smith, son of Ihe lady member
>r Vancouver, ls understood to be
mixed up with the gome In company
with J. S. 0*Brinn, being the firm
operating the Elysium Hotel, Vancouver. The government bought 20()o
cases of 'Spey Itoyal* lying In Auckland, New Zealand. The day before
the government accepted the draft for
♦8600. a cable was received by the
Bank of Commerce r.t Vancouver.
changing the name jf the person to
receive a commission ot $1360 to J. s.
O'Brien, a partner of Smith lu the
hotel business.
■ns*. week's sittings or the Public
Acccounts Committee brought out Information ot the California Wine Company, operating on False Creek, Vancouver. Port and cherry wine Is
manufactured from loganberry pulp
and other Ingredients. Just to ,;ive
the company u good boost when it
started up, J. H. Falconer Instructed
the warehouse manager ut Vancouver
to circularise all thc vendors to the
fact tlmt the wine company was a
B.C. concern and to push the sales.
Immediately such disclosures were
made In the Const dallies, tlie CP.R.
did n rushing boat service bringing
down Liberals tu the Capital, all anxious either to keep their skirts clean
or else to protect their friends. J. H.
Falconer denied that he was financially Interested In tho wine cunccru.
Gordon Wismcr, a closo friend of the
ex-Attorncy-General, Mr Farris, look
thc stand that he had merely acted
in a legal way for a cocktail concern
In Vancouver which had sold their
brand to tho government. And so It
goes. The Investigation Is continuing
and further charges are expected to
be raised.
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test Package
ihis new
treatment
for1 colds
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If you claim it at once
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Several Thousand Canadian
Families Have Tried Vicks
MONTREAL
Mra. J. H. Troughton, 446 Claremont
Ave.; Wcstmont, Montreal, writes: "I
tried a jar of VapoRub when my little girl
had bronchitis and found it a great relief
to her tbreathing. My husband uses it
every night up his nose to clear the pas-
•ages for breathing. I also inhaled VapoRub when I had a very bad cold and cough
and would not like to be without it in the
house."
LONDON
Mra. Lily Waghorn, of 126 ElGott St.;
London, Ont.; says: "My daughter had A
terrible cold and sore throat. I rubbed
Vicks on her forehead as her head was
aching, and got her to bed. Next morning
she was nearly well. I divided a jar with
two of my neighbors, whose children had
croup. It eased them quicker than anything they had yet tried."
HAMILTON
Mr. D. S. Shaperd, of 340 Barton St.;
East Hamilton, Ont., writes: "I get a cold
ia the head every whiter and it usually
lasts me between one and two months.
I used Viclc's twice and my cold disappeared."
If you have little ones at home, you certainly should
take advantage of this brief opportunity to try Vicks
VapoRub, without expense—the external, vaporizing
treatment for all coltTtroiibles. There are a few of the
free test packages left at the drug stores. You may get
one by using the coupon below, but be sure to present it
quickly.
Mothers will like Vicks for croup and children's colds
because it is applied externally and does away with the
inward dosing that so often upsets their little stomachs.
It is just as good for skin hurts and itchings, too.
Vicks is a simple but ingenious combination in salve
form of tlie old-fashioned, time-tried remedies—Camphor, Menthol, Eucalyptus, Thyme, Wintergreen and
Turpentine.
When rubbed on it is absorbed through and stimulates
the skin. In addition, the ingredients are released as
vapors by the body heat and inhaled with each breath
directly into the nose, throat and lungs. Thus colds are
often broken up over night—croup relieved in fifteen
minutes.
Vicks is a family stand-by in the States, where over
17 million jars are used yearly.
QUEBEC
Mrs. C. Prltchard, of _6 Stuart St.,
Quebec, Que. writes: "I have used your
wonderful remedy, Vicks VnpoRub, with
splendid results, nnd have had occasion to
recommend to one of my relatives, who
used it ill a case of pneumonia with the
same results I have had from it.' I am
glad to recommend it to my friends and
neighbors."
OTTAWA
Mrs. M. Stefano, of 645 Somerset St.,
Ottawa, says: "When I first heard of
Vicks VapoRub I had been bothered with
catarrh for over a year. I applied Vicks
on my chest for three nights and on the
fourth day my cold was better. In one
week the catarrh was all gone. I haven't
had a cold this winter, and the catarrh
didn't come back. Every time I got in the
least draught it seemed to settle on my
chest. I highly recommend Vicks VapoRub,"
TORONTO
Mr. Charles Hale, of 70 Lindsay Ave.,
Toronto writes: "I was troubled with
catarrh for some tmic until a friend recommended Vicks VapoRub. I rubbed a
small portion of Vicks on my nose at night
for about four nights, and I have not been
troubled since."
For All Cold Troubles
Take this Coupon to your drug store
r~—.	
j This Coupon is good at any city drug store for a Tert Size
Package of Vicks VapoRub, so loni* as the supply lasts.   If you live out of
VapoRub
Over 17 Miluom Jars Used Yearly
town, or if druggists' supply runs out, mail tha coupon to Vick Chemical
I Co., 344 St. Paul Street, VV., Montreal, P. Q,
Name ,	
I Street and No.	
| City.
, Prov..
54B
AVERAGE PRICE 01? FOOD-
STIFFS A1>VA>(H:s I?i
MONTH OF NOVEMBER
The average wholesale prices of 32
leading staple food commodities during the month of November Bhow au
increase as compared with the general average during Oetoher ot' .323
per cent, or about one-third of one
per cent, 'i'lie outstanding feature in
iho markets during the month ot' November was tlie steady increase in tlie
jirtt-e of Hour, which showed an advance of Irom 10c to 20e every week
ilurlttg the month, the average prico
on Manitoba Hard wheat flour heing
$7.06 per barrel us against the average orr $0.75 for October.
Cereuts also inclined upward, particularly rolled oats and cornmeal, the
average price of the former being 15c
per bag and the latter 27-Hc per ba-g
higher than tho average in Oetober.
Kggs and butter were higher by 2c per
lb., while cheese Increased 4c per lb.
Tiie comparison of prices showy as
well declines of a few cents per dozen
on canned tomatoes, corn and peaches*,
wliile a shade reduction is noted In
shelled almonds, walnuts and rice.
—Canadian Grocer.
BIGHT HOUR BILL
UP AGAIN IN IIOISK
AT   VICTORIA
lutlifiitioiis Arc Thut Next Voir
May See Statute Enacted
To This Effect
1' D C *c    Man's to" Get "miBfliMiiim
• IViV* 9    M_-.lotiwj.jisanu.;..
NEURALGIA.---»j»-- SCIATICA
.IWSUflMBtU
_      'TEMPLETON'S
PP^HEUWATIC_CAPSULF^
(Special to The Herald)
Vivtcria, n.C, December 11.—The
defeat of the Eight Hour Hill, Introduced by Major R. J. Burde, Soldier
member tor Alberni, was the outstanding feature 111 the Legislature last
week, the vote being a close one, 22 to
IS. This measure hud created perhaps greater Interest than nny oilier
bill with the possible exception of the
liquor question. The hitler is up for
debate this week when Ian Macken-
zfe'fl motion for lhe House to go Into
committee to discuss the sale of beer
by the glass, Is due to he aired.
Advocates of tho Eight Hour Bill
made slight gains from the vote taken
on ii hist year, even the Opposition
Leader lining up iu Its support, nnd
when the 1923 Session opens the manufacturing interests are expected to
havo u strenuous light on tlieir hands
to defeat the measure, and thus pre
vent neighboring provinces and states  paterson.  Farris.  Hart. Oliver,  Man*
irom obtnining an advantage. K;„_.   MacLean.   rattulln.   Sutherland,
The vote taken was as follows: Mrs. Smith. Whiteside. Buckham, Hen-
Por   the   second   reading—Messrs. Iger. Ramsey, and Campbell,
Pooley, Bowser, \\\ A. McKenzie, Lis-*    Messrs. Harrow and Anderson were
ter, Hincheliffe, Burde, Menzies, Dim- paired with Wallinger and McRae.
can. Manes, Guthrie, Uphill, Schofleld/    The mont „r the bill, Major Burde,
Esling, Perry. Kergin. Ian Mackenzie,  declares   himself   satisfied   with   the
and Hon. William Sloan. I progress ho  has already made wtth
Against —Messrs, Clearlliue, Jack-, this proposed social legislation and
son, Hunter, Jones, A, McDonald, I Intimates that he will again bring It
Pearson,  Vorstou, K.  C. Macdonald, up when the House meets next year.
Our Clearing Sale
Is On Just In Time When You Need the
Merchandise We Offer
Frame's llrcml Is GOOD Itrcad
His Ties, Cakes nnd P„stry are
made In a tiisty manner which
Invites Hie most exacting person to mil again, at
Till. 110.111: BAKERY
l-lioni* h7       ■       Noi'liur.  Ave.
VOU enn depend upon T.R.C.'s
A    do their wnr!.  \ i -rt T.R.C
ure used, there's nu caul co of error
in Judgmont, no chance of mistakes
being made. Dese Is accurately measured, ingredients absolutely pure, mul
Kiinruntied nni In he Injurious er
liilitl-fonninir Sl.Wntyourdniw-ist'c
Free sample, Templeton'sLld. Toronto-
Sold hy
CRANBROOK IUUKI AND BOOK CO.
Wins School Rifle Championship. •
Cranbrook Hotel Cafe
The Only Flrsl class Dining
Room In ihe Olty
Onr  Sen lee   tlill   Picnic.   Vou
Open from 7.11) a.m. to S.ir. p.m.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
(JK.t.VIIIIOOK THAIS TIKES
NO. II" DAILY—To Nelson, Vancouver, Spokane, etc. Arrive 12.10 p.
m ; leave 12.20 p.m.
NO. 58 IIAILY-To Pernie, Lethbrldge, Medleiue Hat, Calgary, otc.
Arrive 4.10 p.m.; leave 4.20 p.m.
ranbrook,  Mjcllffe, Klniberle'y tier*
tlcei
>o. 623—Leave 7.05 a.m.   No.884—Arrive 2.10 p.m.
('runt'rook, Lake Windermere and
Holden Heritc.-*
Momtay aud Thursday, each weok
-SO. Ml, leave 11 am      Wednesday
md   *-*.tjrday--N(l. 82* airits   J.3«
P.m.
Kor further  particulars  apply tc
any ticket ages'
J. B. PROCTOR,
District Passenger Agent, Calgary.
FREE
Willi Kvery Purchase of $10.00 or more, a
Package containing Useful Christmas Presents, worth tjiot-e than $1.00
KHKi:   IXTII.   CHRIST-VAS
White Flannelette, per yard IS
Crib Blankets, pink and blue, each   I.M
Children's Gloves, per pair 40
Hoys' V Neck Pull-overs, sizes 30-32   1.50
Hoys' Sweaters, sizes lo 3_   1.-2S
Children's Toques  _fi
Ladies' All Wool Stockings, per pair Ii
Fancy Painted Cup and Saucer M
Hoys' Velvet Suits, sizes 3 lo 7  tM
Ladles' Bedroom Slippers   I.A0
Congoleum Rugs, sizes !i x !i Ifi.iio
Dolls, Doll's Carriage., Doll Hells ul Sale Prices
Have you seen our Home Spun Dresses?   Oil Sale al ll.Wi
Clearing Price on Corsets
Our Sale Prices on the Knllre Slock of IIKKSNt'N will
satisfy every customer,    Men's,  l.ndles'  ami Children's
Underwear On Salo,
We have gol a full line of Trunks, Slill ('uses, antl l.lub
Bags, marked al Sale Prices.
Men's Shoes al Clearing Prices. Men's Ties Marked lo clear.
Men's Ties-A Shipment Jusi Arrived
.Marked At Sale Prices
i.i.i i: si'iti'i: i»hi:ssi:s. Ten iMffcroni styles *».jr,
TliK UROBST ASSORTMENT IN CHINESE WORK
BASKETS
Weston's Bargain Store
Telephone llll P.O. Bet IIS
CRANBROOK CARTAGE & TRANSFER CO.
Towrlss k Adams
Agents for Hard and Soft Coal.   Distribution Cars a
Specially.   Excellent Warehousing.
OPPOSITE CP.R. DEPOT
(JIIANBHOOK, 1I.C. Friday, December 15, 1923
THK   I RAMIItOOk   lll'.HAI.I.
PAGE   THREE
CAUSE A!N» HIIKCT
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Served with
Tea, Chocolate,
Milk or Coffee.
They are delidous
the
Striped Package
nKHORIHWESTBISCUITCOMnillYIIBI
PUT STOMACH IN
ORDER AT ONCE
"Pape's     Diapepsin"     for
Gas, Indigestion or
Sour Stomach
Instantly! Stomach corrected! You
never feel the slightest distress from
indigestion or a sour, acid, gassy stomach, after you eat a tablet of "Pape's
Dlapepsln." The moment it reaches
the stomach all sourness, flatulence,
heartburn, gasses, palpitation and pain
disappear. Druggists guarantee each
package to correct digestion nt once.
End yonr stomach trouble for few|
cents.
Cranbrook Cottage Hospital
(Licensed by Prov. Oovt.)
Maternity and Oeneral Nursing
Terms Moderate
MRS. A. CRAWr'OHI>, Matron.
Garden Avenue      • Plione 259
Milk and Cream
DIRECT FROM
Big Butte Dairy Farm
rilONK   Ifl
PHONE
WRITE OR WIRE
YOUR ORDERS FOR
No. 1 Timothy Hay: No 2 Timothy Hay; No I eMadow Ilny;
Oat Btraw; Chicken Wheat;
Oreen Out Hay. Oa! and Whoat
Hay; Oreen Rye Ilny; When!
Straw;  anil  All  Kami  Produce
PHASED Mt-HODEDTS CO
Departmental Store
Pincher (reek, Alia.
MOTHER!
Move CliiKI's Bowels witli
•■California Pig Syrup"
Hurry mother! Even a sick child
lovet the "fruity" tnste of "California
Fig Syrup" nnd It never falls to open.
the towels. A teuspoonful to-day may
prevent a sick child to-morrow. If con-
allpatod, bilious, fevorlsh, fretful, has
cold, colic, or If Btomach is sour,
tongue coated, breath bad, remember
a food cleansing ol the little bowels
ll often all that is necessary.
Ask your druggist for genuine "California Fig Syrup" which haa direction! for babies and children ot all
UM printed on bottle. Mother! You
Beast ny "teH-tank" or you nay get
"Wliew!   Do you call thut coffee! lug It wsb ground."
It looks like mud." i. ...■      . •
"Why shouldn't ll?   Only tliis morn  ; Wjl       A_n£__U
Liquor Act
A$ It may Be
A Blank Verse
In Prose
ly/^S**^*^-*- '''
BD-0K5I
For All The Family
BOYS' BOOKS
Canadian Boys' Annual tiM
A Real Canadian Book
The Trailmakers' Boys' Annual     S.00
Cassell's Children's Annual, the big book for 3.50
The Boy Mechanic, Nos. 1, 2, and 3.
The BoyB* Book of the Open Air  8.00
Just the one for little men
The Brighton Boys' Ten Titles.   Lots of Real Life
Tom Sawyer.   Every boy should read Tom.. .11.00
GIRLS' BOOKS
Canadian Girls' Annual 18.50
Written for Canadian Oorls
Recipe Book with Index, a beauty for the cook 4.00
Ruth Fielding Series.
Camp   Plre Girls Series
Miss Pat Series
FOR BOTH BOYS AND GIRLS
IN THEIR TEENS TOO
Thornton W. Burgess Bed Time Story Books—
24 titles; also his Mother West Wind and Bird and
Animal Books.   TheBe are books well known and
of quality.
Beatrix  Potter's  dainty  little  books —15   titles.
CHUMS, the big hook for all 14.00
A Child's Garden of Verse, Stevenson's   l.BO
My Book of Beautiful Legends  ...00
Come and see It.
TALKING GAMES
Where there are children and a phonograph
there should be some or all of these books,
that they may learn the games correctly and
the proper tunes too.
BUBBLE  BOOKS,  13  different books  with
three records and instructions how to play
those old time nursery games.   Price 81.25
Mother Goose Talking Book, two songs   .50
La Velle Talking Games  1.75
Pour games and four records.
BOOKS FOR THE JUNIORS
Painting Book with six squares of paints and brush
Linen Cloth and Paper Picture Books, up from 6c
The Mystic Painting Book; only requires a brush
and water.
Animal Alphabet Book.   A Real Book.
BOOKS FOR THE GROWN-UPS
Flowing Gold—Rex Beach  1*2.00
The Country Beyond—Curwood  8.00
Capy Ricks Retires—Peter B. Kyne  S.00
Canadian Cities of Romance   2.00
Poems, padded Morocco backs—Longfellow, Whit-
tler, Browning.
Cranbrook Drug & Book Co.
To i'haiivf Allocution of Profits
and Reduce Price oi Permits. It Is Stutetl
Victoria, Dec 17.—Changes to Un
present LUiuor Control Act will be
brought down in tlie House tliis week
by Attorney-General Manson whlcb
;ire likely to open up the Act into full
debate during which time a 'bear-
clause' will be offered as an amendment by a member other than a Cabinet Minister.
Five dollar permits lor 'liard llk-
ker' are to he reduced io %'l, while a
permit to purchase beer will COBl a
resident Jl annually. The non-resident Clause Is to be eliminated lu
order   in   satisfy  our   American   cou-
11 PorecasU-. riunmes
: tn Present Law.
| Provision is to be matte in Ilie nd
to allow some changes in the personnel of the Liquor Control Hoard.
. rumor    stating (hat Archie Johnson
i and Col. Wlnsby may be dropped and
thus leave the whole say in tlie administration to J. H. Falconer, a
close friend of tlie present government.
An amendment affecting the distribution of the profits, is likely, a cer-
, tain   fraction   being     designated  for
'school purposes, while the remainder
coming to the municipalities will he
allocated to hospitals direct from tlie
treasury department. Advertisements
of liquor, which have been under a
cloud since -a Liberal picnic held in
Vancouver last summer when practically all the advertising was of liquor,
11 nre  still   to  he  permitted, hut  these
j must hear the name of tlie concern
| J in order to show that the governmeni
lis uot footing the hill.
Attorney-General Manson will also
attempt to put the export  houses in
[the Interior out of business by rais-
jing the annual fee to $10.0(10. This
will meet witli opposition.
Announcement
The Dining Room of
The Venezia Hotel is,
NOW  OPENED
Regular Meals will be served, or Short Orders at any
hour.
Board Hy The Month
Can He Arranged
JOHN QARD
PAINTER &
PAPERHANQER
Full Line of Wall Paper
In Stock.
Store, Hanson Avenue
Phone 409 at all hours
CKANBROOK     -     •     •    B.C.
"Take buck yonr jijb.' said Mary
Ellen, "a minister I'll not be unle,*.
ibe scuds come my wny; why 1 can
plainly see to work for honor is thn
bunk. I've quit. I'll have you ku ►•»*,
Until such time as you create a new
portfolio. WOOD per is wliut 1 ask-
there are others getting more—and
ihe treasury's like the widow's cruse;
there's always gold iu store in tlie
iron chests up on the hill. Come
through or, as sure us my name's
Smith, the pan of beans I'll spill."
"Nay. softly lady." quoth Honest
John, "for Bowser. Jones et ul aie
hawk-like watching—and sure as i
right lustily they'll bawl me out If
once they but suspect Umi I'm your
faithful friend. Have patience the.ii I
pray thee; he laughs best; and he
most who hus the coin lo .-pend.
"The chests of which you speak,
alas, give forth a hollow sound, so
many hands ure now outstretched)
Ihe money won't go round if all ure
grained their demands. Wilt thou
then wull a space until L borrow the
wherewithal to clothe again thy face
with the winning smiles of yore? Ah,
sweet lady, 1 fear thy frown—thy displeasure I deplore."
"Look you, the session begins right
soon, and with my faithful men I'll
force Uie issue timi will bring the
kule—ay, in plenty and then for you
I will create a something Unit will
with laughter wreathe your Up while
lulled Tories choke nnd gusp like
chickens with Ihe pip."
"Good," said lhe lady, "I have your
word; but by the great horn spoon, if
e'er yon ciiukey tricks essay I think
you'll (hid, right soon, thai woman's
wit Is finite a match for you and more
than you. I know my savvy equals
yours and when troubles great do
brew I'm always on the job; but now
ihal you've come through I let thnt
stand. Xew York to us will lend full
millions three—Oh, John, won't that
be grand?"
"And 1 shall have an olllce nll my
own, und pictures, rugs aud all, and
leu set bright nnd maid lo serve the
Indies when Ihey call. And deep armchair for you, dear John, when me
you come to see--and fashionable
young stenog. too. and page to fetch
my tea. And bird iu gilded cage shall
sing, aud kitten, white as snow, shall
on tbe hearth rug gaily purr in tbe
firelight's cheery glow, and I shall
once more happy be with my portfolio."
REALIZE OOOD SUM
AT I'AKIKH HAM. SALE
Un Saturday afternoon'iit-M the *&*.*•
.,t the Anglican Women's Auxiliary
held a very successful tea ln the Par-
'ali Hull. The hall wus very tastefully
decorated for the occasion, and the
nice sum of $00 was realized. A very
interesting feature which added to the
■ileasure of the afternoon was the ex
Iiibltion of scrap books and dolls
which had been made by the Junior
W.A. for Mission Children.
jtoorttofl
_^reoods
MONUMENTS
CAMPBELL   *   RITCHIE
M0NDME1.TAL  CO.
Nelson
FOLKSs
i
If You Want To Please Them
Say It With SPORTING GOODS
KI1IIIY  KARHS. $8.60, •*-1 :
$3,(
SlKlt.HS Al.l. SIZES!
»5c. il.25, $1.60,
$4.7
sn.:
1 railors $1.7
$1.50, $
Model D .-
edl
AUTOMOBILE   SKATES
T. TI'IIK SKATES.   Model C $5.1
(All Guarant
('HII.I)ltEYS  IIOII SKATES.
LADIES'TCHE SKATE.-. N'lckel Aated
I.APIES-AITII SKATES	
HOCKEY STICKS. .   ,50c, 75c, $1.25, tl,
Wi
havo a full line of .Skiis.
Curling Stoues, Curling
_no\v
Broo
UC -pi
Shoes,
$8,50
r pair
t pair
t paii-
Do Not  Forget the BIG ROTARY MINSTREL
SHOW
JAM AIM .MIi and nth
DELANY £& SINCLAIR
Phone s*l P.O. Drawer 49(1
^m*t**mst*
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MEMBERS OF INSTITUTE
MILLINERY CLASS HOLD
A SOCIAL GATHERING
Members of the Women's Institute
Millinery Class held a social on Friday evening last at the home of Mrs.
John Healey, Mrs. MacLaren being a
guest of honor. Unfortunately (julte
a few of the members were unable to
be present, but this did not deter the
others from having a good time.
Twenty-two participants came, each
representing a hook, the guessing con
test of which resulted fn Mesdames
John McClure and Gray capturing tbe
prizes. Tbe lucky winners In the
whist drive were Mesdames O'Hearn
and Matson. Mrs. Constantlne, presi
dent, followed with palmistry: Mesdames Norgrove, H. Brown and J
Uuirel Jr. contributed vocul music,
und Mrs. Whittaker an appropriate recitation entitled "For People Will
Talk."
The supper table was not the least
important feature, the many various
dishes having been contributed by
each member, Willi the dawning nf
the early morning hour* the pleasanl
function terminated with the National
Anthem.
— ■■**■*»■»■
(ar ok dairy stock
i>isfosei> of in
windermere 11 wt.
CRANBROOK MUSICAL
SOCIETY NOTES
At the request of several patrons
the concert so successfully grren on
December 6th is to be repeated on
Tuesday. December 19th. at the Auditorium, commencing at S p.m.. for the
benefit of the fund for proriding a
Christmas tree for children of the
War Veterans.
It has been decided by joint committees to give this concert at the
popular price of 50 cents. Tickets
may be obtained from any member of
the Musical Society, or the Stewan
of the G.W.V.A.
■■
The final rehearsal  for this concert  will take Place at the G.W.V.A
Hall on Monday,  Dec.  18th, as fol-!
lows: |
Chorus at 8 o'clock p.m.
Orchestra at fJ o'clock p.m.
The    musical     director    earnestly
hopes that all members will be punctual in tbelr attendance.
The band will meet as usual on
Wednesday night, and beginner* will
he welcome at 7.In o'clock, and it is
hoped that we shall put in some good
useful work preparing programs
the coming season concerts.
1' A 1! K E R   £   M <- » E E
Flour and Feed Merchants
Hay and Grain of All Kinds
Hanson Avenue
crannrooh
Office Phone 92    Res. Phone 310
■:;:?'. j-«
for
GEORGE E. BOWER
L.R.A.M., A.R.C.M.,
Musical Director
rrunbrook Musicnl Society
Teacher of Singing, Violin and
Piano
Preparation for Musical Kxam-
Inntions
i-hoiie nm
i [ranbrook, li.r.
For while teeth and
a clc.tn mouth. Just the
... ■ .■ .: il ntal
preparation you ^vcr
u ' '': ith K nzo,chil-
ll n't have to be
urged t to *.. ■ ■
tim ■ Take .1 lube home
to try.
IlilATTiKNOHl.K   DltUO   CO.
— I In- Rexall Sinn* —
CRAKBROOK     *     * B.C.
When- II |.i.)> lo ileal
(Special to the lleraldi
Invermere. n.C.. Dec. II.—A consignment of milch cows from Chilli'
wuck came in on Tuesday of lasl week
and were disposed of to members of
the Cattle Club in a sale on Wednesday morning, which was over In
aboul one hour's time, Tlie cows
were purchased b.v tbe Provincial Department of Agriculture for tho purpose of supplying 'ho local demand
and were sold at scl prices in the corral under iiie direction of Annus
Hay. Ilie dlstrlcl agriculturist. The
credit lor bringing these animals In
musi he given to r. James Sinclair,
•(he managing director of lhe Lake
Windermere Creamery, Ud., whose
Scotch foresight lias told him tbal in
order to produce tbe cream the dls-
irlcl musi have the cows.
The animals ranged from Is mouths
to 4 years In Age, and as nn average
price sold for eighty dollars per two
head. The east nf bringing them Irom
Chilliwack hare. Including cost of au
SOMETHING FOR HIM
■out of au I
LESTER  CLAPP PAGE FOUR
TUE CBANBBOOK HEBALD
Irldnj, Deri-nilier 15, 182.
The Satisfaction that good
work gives is wortii many
times what you pay.
IF  NOT   SATISFIED
TRY
RAWORTH BROS.
Jewelers and Opticians
C.P.R. Watch Inspectors
NEXT TO l'OST OFFICE
TWENTY  YEARS AGO
Extracts from the Cranbrook
Herald of this date, 1902."
RICH IN VITAMINES
tbe Cranbrook Gerald
Published evory Thursday.
F. A. WILLIAMS
Editor aad Proprietor
Subscription Price
To United stales ..
. K-.ou per ;ear
. HM per yeur
Mrs. 1). J. Mclnnls of Wurdaer was
accldently shot in the leg last Sunday, and Dr. King, wbo attended after
thc mishap mum] it necessary to amputate the llnib.
Geo. Hoggarth expects to leave in
a short time on a holiday of several
week.* to Ills old home in Ontario.
Chas. Vroouian has sold the Wont-
worth Hotel to Geo. Hoggartli, and
Vic. Rollins will manage tbe place Iu
! future. •
.Mrs. t.eo. LeactC and sun left last
week for Spokane, and will shortly he
joined by Mr. l.eask. who Is closing
uu his business here
An election Is understood to be
pending in tho spring for the provln-
ial houso, and ibe Kootenay riding
Is lo he divided in two, around Cranhrook and Fernle. Dr. King and
II. 13. Bcutlic are being mentioned as
Liberal pnssibilllies In this end of the
now riding, and for the Conservatives Jas. Ryan, A. K. Leitch and J. A.
Harvey.
"Wlta  a   Hl-taloii  Wlthoiil  •  Maul."
Printed tr Unloa Labor
Advertising Rates on Application.
Changes for Advertising MUST be in
this office Wednesday noon tbe current
weok to secure attention.
CRANBROOK,  BRITISH  COLUMBIA
FROM THE VIEW-POINT
OP
OCR CONTEMPORARIES
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1922
ANOTHER  CHR1STMAST1D1.
Now that the (lays have almost spun out once again their
allotted yearly course, and now
that the Christmas spirit is becoming imbued into the atmosphere, thawing even the uor-
ean frigidity of outdoors into
something more bearable with
the warm glow of Yuletide, it
behooves that commonplace
entity, the average person, lo
take stock of the situation, and
decide what Christmas cheer
they are to dispense. This does
not mean costly gifts, or giving for the sake of what is expected in return. Money does
not measurn the most priceless of gifts at Christmas time,
which is the cheerful word spoken from the heart, and the
spontaneous action, unselfish
and kindly, that will bring the
smiles to those less fortunate.
It isn't what you give, but how
it is given that counts. Give
early and give often this
Christmas, of the cheerfulness
that is easy of cultivation, and
bears more fruitfully as it is
drawn upon.
There are, of course, always
the unsentimental to reckon
with, but remembering what a
Christmas vision did for
Scrooge, it seems presumption
to label the most hopeless case
apparently as altogether unsusceptible to cheerfulness.
Of Interest to Poultry Fanciers
Edited by Tho Brown Poultry Ranch Port Steele, B.C.
Premier Oliver mul Hie
Fairmers* Tuxes
Speaking in the Legislature at Victoria, Premier Oliver remarks that
ho thinks tlie farmer is now bearing
an large a burden in thla respect as
lie can stand.
Thr Premier should go farther and
discover that the farmer la overtox-
ed and nnmt of necessity rise In rebellion sooner or later. Fancy being
compelled to pay taxes this year on
trees as an improvement to an amount more than was obtained from
Iho fruit thereof! Tliere are thousands of trees in this and other diat
ricts of British Columbia from which
uot an ounce of fruit has been ship-
ped. And the same may be said of
1921,      Then why the excessive tax?
The fact is, however, that the taxation of the fanners is getting close
to the breaking point, is driving farmers oil the land, and unless the government will come forward with
some practical assistance for farmers and reduce taxation, there will
soon be none to tax.
With a few strokes of the pen and
an order in council the government
doubled tlte farmer's taxes a couple
of years ago. Why not try the same
method and t;et them back to where
tney belong again.'—Orana torus ua-
zette.
Trail's Contribution to the
Levy oi' '♦Moderation."
Up to September 30th, Trail donated to tho "moderation" act the tidy
sum of $105,1189.55, and there are
some who wonder why times are not
better in Trail.
Over one hundred thousand dollars spent for what?
That sum is greater than the cost
of our new water system. It would
pny for ihe now technical high school
building, tho fine new K. P. building,
and tliere would still remain enough
money to pay for a finer war memorial than the present plans call for.
While we do not have the exact figures at hand, we believe the sum do
nated to the whisky store in Trail
last year is double tlie total cost of
tho public school sysiem in this city.
Twice us much for booze as for education! Thai Is not the worst feature of the case. This money was given without solicitation, whllo the
effort to secure u now school building nearly created a revolution. —
Trail News,
The Location of
the I iilverslty.
It has been easy enough to show
that Greater Vancouver furnishes a
large part of tiie university student
body. Vancouver ami the neighboring districts within street cur or ferry ride of tho university contain
nearly half the population ot the province. These residents pay a far
greater proportion of the revenue
than their proportion of the population. No doubt the attendance from
the lower mainland of the province
would be less if the University were
established ou the Queen Charlotte
Islands or iu the Peace River district. But the commission chose the
city where it would do the most good
to the most people. The legislature
and the government establishment.-,
are maintained ut Victoria at a heavy cost. Several hundred people pay
fiv0 dollars a year for the maintenance of the public officers who form
port of tiie population of Victoria.
Parliament and government establishments would be of more interest
to the Okanagan district if they were
placed on the picturesque lake of that
name. They would lie more accessible to some people who have public
business if they wore situated in the
Cariboo district. But parliaments
and department buildings, like universities, cannot be in every place. —
Vancouver Province.
Do you like hens? Be sure now.
Scratch your head and think. Do you
like them well enough to get out of
your warm bed at 3 a.m., put on lights,
stoke up the tires, give them warm
water und feed, go through thc house
uud talk to them? Do this every morning from November 1st to March 31st,
Sundays and Christmas included.
That's what 3,000 hens mean if you
uro going to get a 40 per cent, egg
production.
If you really Uko liens and aro going
to keep them, liere are a few pointers
based on actual experience, not imagination,
*   *   *   *
Tliu first thing, sit down antl write
with it. Make it six or eight Inches
deep—yes, thia is absolutely necessary. We da not believe any one ever
got many winter eggs without plenty
or scratching litter.
Xow remember, all grain la fed iu
this litter. Kick It In well so the biddies will have to scratch for it. About
once a day move Utter back to the
light places as the hens will move It
to the dark part of the house. This
will keep you busy until next week.
If you want a return of $3 a day from
your hundred hens, follow this poul
try column closely, mixing along with
ii a goodly measure of your own common sense. You should get a larger
percentage of returns from 100 hens
a postal card lo Lite Department of; tlmn we uro uble to secure from 3,000.
Agriculture at Ottawa und usk themj Try to be on intimate terms with
for literature on poultry keeping. Thia | •   •   *   *
is free, and compiled by expert poul- your poultry.   Thoy will .lay better if
ry men.   It is well worth your cure- you koop them on sociable terms.
Cranbrook 3Sa3aarJ§
Invites ynu to examine their China, Toys, Novelties
Etc., before deciding on your Christinas Gifts.
We have the Finest Selection of
CHINA TEA SETS. JAPANESE WORK BASKETS,
AND THE BEST ASSORTMENT OP TOYS
IN THE CITY
*MK See our Lamp Shades, Dollies, lldlifs., Silks,
A?        Aprons, Wool, Fancy Work, Combs, Etc
%M$M iflrs. ID. TRobrrtson g&^
ful study. Then wliile you are wait
lug for this literature, go out to the
hen houso und look around. Is lt so
cold you can hardly stay? Well the
hens feel the same way ubout it.
Batten up the cracks, shut out the
drafts, cover the open windows with
cloth while the cold weather lasts.
Is the floor light down where the
hens stay? Fix it so. Clean up tho
windows*. Cut In another one or two.
Don't miss five minutes' sunshine.
: Sweep down the walls, clean up the
! floor and dropping boards, then get
clean straw or hay nnd cover the floor get it out
Where feather eating Is practiced
try giving the fowls sulphur, a tea-
spoonful in soft feed for every (lvo
fowls, once or twice a week.
If you want eggs at this season of
the year don't stuff the birds full at
their morning meat. When the hens
fill up the flrst thing- in the morning
they go back to loaf on the roosts.
Vou will got fat fowls, but you won't
get many eggs.
-A hen that don't lay Ib like having
money in a "Busted Bank," you have
always  something coming but  can't
HOMEY
PHILOSOPHY
ONCE upon a time there was a
man named Russel! Sage. He
died mny time-, a millionaire. Mc
never spent * penny h: was not
compelled to spend. Ht bought his
summer underwear fo the wintertime and Ins winter doming in .inly.
He paid fifty cents for straw hats.
when merchants wtrt throwing
away their left overs in Scptemi.t-r.
Thus he amassed u huge fortune,
which two of his nephews arc now
spending, They buy In season vith
the money Sage left ami enjoy the
buying with the human touch
Sage could noi leave. lie never
knew it. Buying jn seasons sprits
universal prosperity and human
happiness. Rut buy early. The
rush stimulates prices. Everything
needed for Christmas is now in
stock, and thc eurly bird CBtches the
worm The worm may be foolish
to pet up, but lie's up in every store
So't.liop noiVi
f
i
dFot t\)t Coming lulettbe
Buy His Gift From a Man's Store
Stylish and Exclusive New Merchandise is now displayed for your
Christmas Selections.   He will be more than pleased witb a gift from
E.  A.  HILL
SMART MUFFLERS
Many Choices in Silk Stripes,
HANDKERCHIEFS
Plain  and  Initialed  Hdkfs
NECKWEAR
Imported and Domestic Silks,
Satins, and other novelty
weaves.
LOUNOINO ROBES
'l/Jk i'l Woolen Vests
I
;     Bedroom Slippers
HOSE
Silk Hose & Cashmere Hose
in a variety of Shades and
Colors.
We have everything, in fact, for the young man, in SILK SUSPENDERS,
ARM BANDS, GARTERS, 80th CENTURY CLOTHING,
FORSYTH SHIRTS.
E A. HILL, Men's Furnisher
Don't forget to leave room In the hamper for one of
those Delicious Christmas Cakes FROM RUMMERS.
Our Bakery will be in a position to supply your table
with CHRISTMAS PUDDINGS, PIES, AND ARTIST.
ICALT.Y DECORATED CHRISTMAS CAKES to suit
the Occasion
Why spoil a good dinner
with poor bread?
Our Nilk Loaf
is the best bread that can
he made.    Expert Baker.
Satisfaction Gnaranteei).
Christmas Candies
We have all sorts of CHRISTMAS CANDIES AND
CHOCOLATES, CHRISTMAS STOCKINGS, ETC-, ETC.
RUMMER'S PIONEER BAKERY
Jfor Cbrtstmaai-
TRUNKS
Suit CaBes und Hand
Bags of all descriptions
just arrived. Prices
are right. Also for the
holidays the latest style
of Card Tahle. Call
und see these goods
AT THE
Big 22
FURNITURE
Small pieces of furniture that go to make up
a more comfortable or
artistic home, are ideal
for gifts.
They are a lasting reminder of tbe donor and
will always be appreciated.
Why not get aome for
your own home?
AT THE
Big 22
FURNITURE STORE
Armstrong Ave*-\m?
Saturday Specials
iiimi Quarter Beef
Proul Quarter Beef
Sides of Veul 	
Brisket Boil
Pol lloast
    lilc-lle
 6c
  We
 * 5c to 6c
 8c to 10c
Roasl of Pork Shoulders 22c to 25e
Shoulders of Lamb  15c
Loins of Lamb !  25c
Fresh Killed Fowl  25c
Fresh Killed Young Chicken  60c
IloaSt Shoulder of Veal 12.£c to 15c
Stewing Veal   10c
Sausages  15c
Hamburg Steak   15c
Picnic Hams  25c
FHESH KILLED TURKEYS  40c
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY ON FRIDAY EVENING
P. Burns <& Co. Ltd.
PHONE Id CRANBROOK, B.C.
UNLESS you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you
are not getting Aspirin at all
AiY.pt only an "unbroken package" of "Gayer Tablets of ■'■
Aspirin," which contains Jir_ctions and dose worked out by :
physicians during 22 years and proved safe by millions for, t
Cold*- Headache Rheumatism
Toothache       Neuralgia Neuritis
Earache Lumbago Pain, Pain
Tamly "Bayer" Iwixo*. of I'l tablets—-Also bottle* of 21 ami 100—Druggist..
...iu: 'i '.. ih. ir...    roarh •' sut.red In Canaila) uf Bayer Manittacttire *»• Mono-
ic.(li       ' .ie ■!   "nllcylliai 10.    Willi.- It I. well known tl.nt .t.plrln mean. Iluy.-r
ntni.uli   '■■".!■   <   »r tin i.tii He nc:iln8t linlir.tion.. th. Tr.M-1. ut nny-T Company
■,l ill'-      -   lit lh. Ir general tratle ntiirlt, lho "nuyur Crott."
Cranbrook Meat Market
Saturday Specials
Hind Quarters, Fresh Killed Beef, per lb  lie
Front Quarters, Fresh Klled Beef, per lb 6c
ALL NO. I QUALITV MEATS AND POl-LTHY
THK BUST OBTAINABLE
Look This List Over
Choice Vi-ul
Tender Julrj Heel
Choice llmiHi   laiii* to liie
Choice Tot Roast  llle In lie
Cholco Brisket Uoll He lo He
Cholco Stowing Itoef     fie
Prime Kills Rolled   Me
Grain Fed I'ork
Leg  Roast     8_r
Shoulder lloast -.lie to 25c
loin Roast   Me
Spring Lamb
Leg, Small   SSc
l/tin, Small 28c
Front Quarter   18c
Yearling Mutton
Choice Leg   28c
Choice Loin   25c
Choice Shoulder   J6c
Stew Mutton   Wc
Shoulder Roast I1H« lu lit
Log Roost   Ue
Loin Hiiasl   Mc
Fillet Roast    lie
Slow Veal     8c
Veal Shank    4c
Poultry
Fresh Killed Fowl Ue
Fresh Killed Chicken  Me
KXTBA Nl'K.iAI.
Swift's Picnic Ham Uo
Home Cured Bacon  40t
Pure Lard, 3 Ib pall Me
Pure Lard, 5 lb pall   91.10
Hoof Hearts     He
Beef Tongue   Mo
Hamburger Steak   lisit
Pork and Beet Sausage lie
Tomato Sausage   Ne
Place Vour Order NOW For A Choice Fresh Killed Jurkey
SEE OCR WINDOW FRIDAY NIGHT
Cranbrook Neat Market
Norhury Avenue Phone 8        Opposite City Hull
■tf^^^^^SsfAtef: Friday, December 15, \9ii
THE  CRANBROOK   HERALD
PAOE   FIVE
%$^i$mT&-^^w^f&n&W'& ■'' ••>*?w$h§to#teww - i - i g -^-^ww^
I CHRISTMAS EXPOSITION WEEK
H    THE TRUE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT AND GOOD JUDGMENT IS DISPLAYED IN BUYING PRESENTS TIIAT CAN BE    USED   EVERY
DAY.       THEY GIVE JOY AND COMFORT AS WELL AS A    LASTING REMEMBRANCE   OP THE GIVER.
Ii    THE STOCKS IN THIS STORE ARE IN ORDER AND WERE NEVER MORE COMPLETE TO CARE FOR YOUR REQUIREMENTS
THAN NOW.
II    YOU CAN FIND HERE EVERYTHING TIIAT A WOMAN,  .MAN. GIRL OR ROY WEARS. AS WELL AS EVERY KING OF FURNITURE
FOR TIIE HOME.
■^^^^^^^^^^^||^^^^^^^^^^^a^^|!ia^fe:r i ■■?h^M^^^M^^^^b^^^^^J^h^
Alex. Camoron or Moylo wax in the
city on Tuesday of this woeli.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
Phone 810 P.O. Br. M
B. A. MOORHOUSE
A.M.B.I.C., & B.C.I..S.
PROV. LAN1I SLHvnOH
Cranbrook     .     •     -B.C.
\ DR. W.A.FEHOIe}
/ DENTIST              V
| Campliell-illnnulng Block f
I Pboie tt.    Office Hoars:      j
1 I to 12,1 lo S p.m.  Sals, t to 1. I
Org. Green k MacKinnon
Physicians and Surg-ous
Offlce  at ro.*ldeQco, Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICE HOURS
Forenoons      t.00 to 10.00
Afternoons   2.00 to 4 00
Innings   7.30 to 8.30
Inndays    UO to 4.30
CRANBROOK. 3. C.
DR. F. B. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE HOURS
9 to 12 a.m.     1 lo 5 p.m.
Hanson Blk., CRANBROOK, B.C
Dr. Assolstlno loaves next wool: to
spend Christmas with his aged fatli-
er In Napauee, Out., niter which ite
will take n postgraduate counie iu
surgery In the clinic of Chicago. Ho
will he accompanied by Mrs. Aks-'i-
sline nnd Mono and expects to be awny three months.—Fernie l-'reo I'ress.
NI:LSi)N BUSINESS COLLEGE
LEARN TO EARN
Practical Commercial Course lo
Shorlhund, Typewriting
li,M_ki:r]i|iife-,   Commercial   Law
Penmanship
Coni-erclal English and
Spelling
DAY   AND   NIGHT   CLASSES
For Particulars Apply to
C. IV. Tl'LEIl, Principal
P. O. Box, 11, Kelson, B.C
Sky The Limit For This Memorial
can r__. h . ",ka °_ "* ^"f^^^TK^sM, memorial, which
CM. WM Isi?,^**-?"* •"" WL" »«.-">«mpletcd. Visitors to the
caw will being stones from every State in the union to lay on it
Miss Ktliel Clapp was n recent vi-
.sltiir at Yahk. spending a week-end
Ut the homo of Mrs. J. Dlxotl,
F. M.
M A 0 P11 E It S 0 N
Umlerl.ikc r
Phone Doll
Norbury Are* next to Clly
Hull
WHY   OPERATE i
When HKl'ATOl.A removes gall
■tone* In 24 hours without pain and
relieve* appendicitis, Btomacli and
llT»r trouble*. Contains no poison.
Not sold \yjf drugRlsta.
MRS. GEO. 8- AIM VS
Bole Manufacturer
UO Fourth Ave., So., Saskutoon, Sask.
Prloa 16-60 I'hone 4865
IOD.JIH AM>NO<ii:TU:N
What more appropriate reminder ean you choose than
some of the Latest Books we have for Christmas?
Neighbors     Stead Pippin   Archibald Marshall
Timber   Harold Tit ns Milan   Arnold Bennett
Peregrine's Progress .lust Steward Richard Deben
Jeffery Farnot Awakening   Maud Diver
Charies Res   Ethel M. Dell Ovington's Dank..Stan. Wayman
The Man in the Twilight Salt Seas and Sallormen
Hldgwell Ctillmn F. W. Wallace
Claire de Uine...Anthony Pryde The Confession of a Well Mean-
The Vehement Flame ing Woman.Stephen McK.mia
Margaret Deland Viola (Jwyn.. .Barr McCutObOun
Hunting Tower — John Buchnn When Winter Comes        Do.
Plowing Gold Hex Beach Tliis Freedom                   Do.
Mercy of Allah.. .Milaire Belloe Courage Sir J. M. Barrie
Beattie-Noble, Ltd.
Insure ivlth Benle St Blwell.
B. J. Cuvunagli ot Ilnllebury was in
Cranbrook Sunday,
.Mitts Helen Hodgson arrived from
California this week where she lias
been on holiday for Hie past few
montha.
I'lUKIIHOOK
FARMERS' INSTITUTE
Bocilar Nertlni
iirnun hati wuv ot each
Mill at I p-M. In tbe (It) Hall
WOMEN'S  INSTITUTE
Meets In the
O.W.V.A. Hall
afternoon of the
llrnt Tuesday at.
p.m.
All ladjes are
cordially Inrltod i
l-resldenli   Mrs. F. Conalantlnc.   !
Sec.•Treasurer!   Hrs. 8. Taylor.   I
*tsms*\^*ssss*smmttlkm*Mmmt\l*mm mltjm
Q'--"*"*-V">l"<*iA">  ******'^m***
To Our
Many Coal Customers
1
On mul after DECEMBER 15 we will be obliged
to place our Conl BtlBineBB on a
CASH BASIS
ns we Und M absolutely hnpoHHlble to glvo the
public the Bflrvico we woiild like and meet our
obligation to the ntnl companies without your
assistance.
Yours truly,
ran riiAxsFKK ro.
O-Wb' w-VU"**^/1
per W. K. Worden
i ms^tf** w-Vt"w-V*^'*m*m)fr*m*l%**ms\
| Mr. Lloyd Moffatt, brother of Mrs. A.
W. Hodgson, arrived rrom Saskatchewan this week to visit with Iiis moth-
I er, Mrs. Moffatt. who has been making
ber home with her daughter, Mrs.
Hodgson, and who Ihis    nol    enjoyed
| kooiI health of late.
.    One of onr local bObPlbgget's   who
i does a thriving business on the prairies and Alberta litis recently had losses by theft and uelzure amounting to
| over $15,000. The time has apparently arrived when there is nol much
! money in booze running;
—Fernio  Free Press.
Sherwood Herclimer. Fernio hurris-'
ter, on bis return from Calgury last ',
week, where ho wns engaged in the
Plcarlello murder case, states that efforts will be made strenuously lo ob-',
tain a new trial for the convicted
| accused in the case.
It is stated that the provincial government has decided to take off tlte
bounties paid on all predatory anim-
pis and birds, excepts cougars, timber
wolves nnd coyotes. if this goes
hrough it is stated the gume board
) will save some $10,000 of its yearly
'expenditure. Persons seekinj; to combine profit witli pleasure, as Is done
j in some parts of the province, by the
{shooting of crows, will now be ont of
luck.
^>
mmWiyy
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the open in jj; of it wonderful now winter
Christmas merchandise. We are showing here
ly Up-to-date articles, and new styles tn
exhibit   of
only strict-
WINTER DRESSES, SUITS and LINGERIE
We have also a large assortment of articles that are ideal as Christmas
gifts, such as Embroidered Handkerchiefs, Woolen Scarfs. Silk Stockings.
Kid Cloves. Headed Hags, and many other dainty feminine things that
will surely please Ihe most fastidious person.
OUR DRESSES are still being sold at the great reduction of 26 per cent.
BOTANY   SERGE   DRESSES   nicely  trimmed,  Regularly  from
$22.50 to $27.50. for |1J.J_
SHOP EARLY AND YOf WII.I. SHOP PROFITABLY
IL
W. D. HILL
iiii: duy goods SPECIALIST
Almost the Last Call
FOR YOUR
im: (hoick or
FRIENDS AMI HEADING
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Crnnbrook, IU'.
Meets every Tuesday at 8 p.m.
In the Fraternity Hall
E. A. Hill, C.C.
B. L. Harrison, K.R. t S.
R. O. Carr, ALT.
Vliltlng brethren cordially In.
Tiled to attend
1.0.0. F.
KEY CITX LODGE, No. 48
Meets every
LMonday night at
iThe Auditorium
Sojourning Oddfellows cordially
Invited.
R. P. Moffatt    -   Noble Qrand
W. a Adlnrd, P.O.   •  Bee. Bee
Christmas jflotoerg
Next Week we will have a Large Assortment
of
CUT FLOWERS also Pot Plants
Beattie-Noble, Ltd.
Ymir family Ih worth tin- lirst j
can give It. Vou desire for tbelr enjoyment tlu> In-st bOUIOj I Ixo best food.
tlie bem clothes tiiat yuu can afford.
Ami you nre very oarstyl thai they
cultivate the right kind of friends.
Hut aro you Just oh careful about
ohooilng the riniit kind of reading?
You Hhniiiii bu, r<>r reading has a marked Influence upon character, eapeo-'
(ally the reading that conies under
the eyes of tlie young and Impressionable. If yon choose tiio Youth.-;'
Companion you arc giving your family an acquaintance with the best
there is In periodical literature If
you nee the Companion In a house,
you may be sun- it Is a -safe family to
tie up to— a family worth knowing.,
Try It for a year nml see.
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editorials, poetry, facta and fun. Subscribe now and receive:
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in 1923.
The Companion Home Calendar tor
1923.
All for |2.50.
Or include McCalts Magazine, ihe
monthly authority on fashions, lloth
publications, only $3.00.
THB YOUTH'S COMPANION*.
Commonwealth Ave. nnd St. Paul
St., Huston, Mass.
Subscription))    roceived at tliu Ofllce
of tlto Cranbrook   Herald.
personal Christmas Carte
CAN VOU AFFORD TO DO WITHOUT THEM?
WHEN TIIK PRIOB IS SO REASONABLE?    WITH  YOUR
OWN' NA.MK AND ADDRESS PRINTBD FROM AS LOW AS
$1.50 per Dozen
DISTINCTIVE AND EXCLUSIVE CARDS OF NEAT DESIGN,
AND ESPECIALLY FITTINC! POR THOSE WHO CANNOT
BE REMEMBERED WITH GIFTS.
ORDERS CAN HE EXECUTED WITHIN TWENTY KOUR
HOURS, BUT IT IS DESffiABLE TO MAKE YOUR CHOICE
IN GOOD TIME WHILE THE SELECTION IS STILL COMPLETE. ORDER EARLY FOR MAILING TO DISTANT
POINTS.     DO NOT BE A "LAST MINUTE"  FRIEND.
PROMPT  DELIVERY  ON CA RDS ORDERED FROM STOCK
CM a Greeting Card Conwy Vour friendly meuage
She CRANBROOK HERALD
WILLIAMS, Proprietor
Cranbrook, B.C.
J PAGE    SIX
THE  CBAM1H00K   HERALD
Friday, Deceinlwr 15, l»28
The
P. Woods Meat Market
* Cocal Dews o
IS sow
1   OPEN FOR BUSINESS
1 with a full line of the
CHOICEST HOME GROWN' BEEF, MUTTON,
LAMB ASD VEAL.
TURKEYS!
TURKEYS!
We have the Choicest Turkeys ln the market.
ORDER  YOURS  EARLY
Phone orders will be given prompt and careful attention
I
YOURS  FOR   SERVICE—
^e P. Woods Meat Market
>24      —
PHONE
—      524
MAKE   VOIR   MEALS   .MORE  ATTRACTIVE
AM) SATISFYING  WITH
Dale's Wrapped
Kootenay Loai
Phone Us Your Order For That  XMAS   CAKE
PHONE 54
Bruce Robinson
Teacher of Music
Studio above Murdock McLeod's. PhoM Ml
ROBINSONS QRCHESTRA-DANCES ARRANGED FOR
FOR  RELIABILITY, SOUNDNESS OF CONSTRUCTION,
PURITY OF TONE AND PERFECTION OF TOUCH,
CHOOSE A
HINI I CO. PIANO
write tor Booklet or Call at  410 Baker Street, Nelson, B.C.
II. Thrasher of Hamilton, Montana,
Is ln the city visiting Ills brother.
Mrs. C. B. Twtgg ot Crestuu spent a
tow days ln the city this week.
We repair hot water bottles, rubber
footwear, ln (act anything made of
rubber.—Wilson's Vulcanizing Works,
Baker Street. 36M
The Pentlcton Herald states that
John R. Davey, (ormeily of Invermere,
has bought a forty foot lot In Weat
Summerland, on which he will build
and operate a bake-Bhop. The contract has already been let for the
new building.
Brown's hens go on the Job ut ;i u.m.
and it's your (ault if you fall to get
the product of their cackle for break
fast the next morning. 4Hf
Hemstitching and prcot edging. Out
ot town orders will receive prompt
and careful attention. ,Mrs. Surtees,
Cranbrook, B.C. 37U
A Christmas Tree entertainment will
be given by the Methodist Sunday
School on Wednesday, December 27th
at 7.30 p.m. A good programme is
assured. Everybody welcome. Collection will be taken at the door. Keep
this date open.
We have In stock a full line of
Women's, Men's, Girls', Boys' and
Children's Shoes. Our stock Is complete and—
Our low prices win every time.
W. P. DORAN.
On Priday last Mr. Art. Wallace met
with a serious accident through which
he is confined to his home. Mr. Wai
lace was cranking his car and the handle falling to engage allowed him to
fall to the side as he endeavoured to
turn lt, and in this very simple manner the right ankle was broken, lt
will be possibly six weeks before Mr.
Wallace can go around again. Mrs.
Wallace who had left the previous
day for a few days' visit to Spokane.
returned on Tuesday.
O. H. Taylor, of Calgary, Dominion
Express Route Agent, was in tbe city
for a day or two the beginning of the
week, and among other things paid a
visit to a number or the business men
to ascertain their views on the service
facilities of the company here, ami
get any suggestions that might he of
fered tor Improvement. The general
opinion ottered was that very sati*
factory service was being tendered
patrons hy the company's ollice here]
Commander and Mrs. Pllcher, und
Lieut. Booth, who have been Btayln.
of late at Port Steele, and at their
hunting lodge at White Lake, left on
Saturday last for Allx, Alta. where
Commdr, Pllcher operates a ranch on
a large scale. In connection with thc
article In last week's Herald, as to a
possibility of tlie Prince of Wales coming to the East Kootenty to hunt.
Commdr. Pllcher stated that It would
be decidedly previous to say thai any
arrangements had yet been made towards this end In the slightest, but It
was within the bounds of possibility.
EDLEGATE REPORTS BACK
TO BOARD
(Continued from Pace One)
tho Trans-Provincial Highway, or All-
Ued Route. We were assured this was
the policy of tlie Government, and that
no doubt great progress would be recorded during 1923, hut Just what
amount of work would be done could
not be stated at this early date.
Owing to MeBsrs. Randolph Uruce
and Trltes having to leave for Vancouver that same day, 1 was requested
to Interview tlie Attorney-General ou
the other object of mir mission, viz.
hotel accommodations. Tlie Attorney-
General stuted that he desired more
definite information ou the exact
meaning of your resolution. Mr.
Spaulding's letter In this connection
is very plain Indeed, and although I
hold no mandate from tlie hotel keepers of this section. 1 am somewhat of
the same opinion, and advised that
ymir Association was behind this suggestion, and I am assured that it will
receive serious and careful consideration. No doubt the present sitting of
the Legislature will bring forth something of this nature, and you could
well uri;e tiie local members for the
Pernie, Cranbrook and Columbia ridings to ltecp our wants In mind If anything of tlmt nature is brought herore
the House.
We tried to impress tlie Government
of tlte great need of Having onr malt-
highways In good condition for next
soason, thnt tlie district might not receive a "Blucll Eye." We ulso"poil.t-
ed out that this roule would be widely,
advertised during tlte coming winter,
Sapttst etmrci.
PASTOR W.  T.  TAPSCOTT
SUNDAY  NEXT
11 u.m. — Morning Service.
"The Light uf His Countenance"
12 noon—Sunday School.
7.30 p.m.- Evening  service.
"Tlie Crisis."
(The lli'ih of u -.cries of sermons
on "Tho Fast Young Mnn")
Thursday, 8 p.m.—Prayer meet-
Inn und B. Y. P. U.
YUU ARE WELCOME)
metbodist Church
REV. B. C. FREEMAN, Pastor
SEKMON'ETTE
"No hasty wooing wins a great truth. It you wont the Bible you
must pay tho price, and part ot the price is time and patience. A
lifetime ot courageous living Is In the alx pages of Amos, and will
you nieke tliem your own in half un hour?*'—Help from the Bible.
SIMMY, DECEMBER 17th
11 a.m.: "THE GOD OF HOPE."   Junior Choir.
12.15 p.m.     SUNDAY SCHOOL aud Adult Bible Class led by
the Paster.
7.30 p.m.      RASHIONINd LIFE  IIY OOD'SS IDEAL."   Senior Choir.
YOI' WII.I. HEt'KIYi: A CORDIAL WELCOME.
jnun-iH::**:'-";:. ir.::., ,j_ tpu.mnirnain Litnn -i-tnl Bava mS™j24» -Sgia (piip tjfca jfcnim
T. M. ROBERTS ACTING
MAGISTRATE  DURING
ll.iASS  til'  (JIII). LEASK
Cranbrook Board of School Trustees
Summary of Regulations of the British Columbia Board of Health with regard to the exclusion of children from school on account of infectious diseases.
NEW PIPE ORGAN
IS DEDICATED AT
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
The morning service at Knox Presbyterian Church last Sunday morning
wus of nn interesting nature, On behalf of thu Ladles' Aid Mrs. C. J. Little
as president presented tlie minister,
Rev. B. W. MacKay witli the keys of
the new pipe organ, and the splendid
gift was suitably and gratefully accepted by tlie minister on behalf of
.   ,     the Session Trustees  and  Managers,
and it is hoped that no part of the ^ ^ ^ Te ^ m mxA ^
roads would call for uny complaints
from the large number of tourists expected.
I do not know thut I have more to
report. We were given a very sympathetic hearing, umi lassurance ot
meeting our wishes in every way possible.
Vours truly,
J. F. GUIMONT.
FIRE OF MYSTERIOUS
ORIGIN   < ALLS  OUT
FIREMEN ON SATURDAY
Saturday evening the fire brigade
had n run in response to a call from
the corner of Hanson and Edwards.
Wheu they arrived the garage on a
lot at present owned by the city seemed doomed to destruction, as the Interior uppeured to be nothing but one
mass of flames.
However, on the application of a
little water the flames disappeared,
and after the smoke bad cleared away
the ouly sign of (lie (ire wus the charred edge of a board whicli formed the
side of u small opening in tlie tloor
through which the flumes lmd come,
burning grease ami nil beneath the
garage floor.
As the doors ond windows were all
locked, the origin of tbe Are is as mystifying as the lack of practically any
sign of Ore after the place had been
-een full of flumes.
lu this respect tho fire reminds one
of the experience of Moses of old
aud the burning bush, and to any
good Presbyterians it recalls the Inscription on the front of thc old
Hymnal. "Nee Tamen Consumabatus.''
tho entire congregation.
Following the Prayer of Invocation
and Dedication, the service of praise
opened with the singing of tho 100th
Psalm with Mrs. Ryekman, to whom,
as organist, one set of keys hail been
handed, at the organ. For the remainder of the seuvice, as also in the
evening, Mr. Pepin, of Edmonton, expert representative of tlie builders.
(Casavunt Freres, Ste. llyaciutlie.
Que.), and wbo had attended to lhe
erection of the organ, took charge of
the  instrument.
The helpfulness of the organ for
congregational singing, choir work ami
voluntaries was well brought out by
Mr. Pepin, who gave a brier recital
at the close of both services.
In appearance and tone the organ
is quite up to, if not beyond the expectations of these who worked with
such energy and enthusiasm to secure
such au instrument for tlie church.
Tlie quality and volume of tone ure
I highly satisfactory, and the readiness
of response and adjustment give evidence of competent ami thorough
workmanship,
Owing m llu* Indisposition of Pollen Magistrate LoasU, T M. Huberts.
Justice oi tlm Pence, has been pro-
siding over the city Polite Court during iiu- week.
on Monday of tliis week Claude
Smith, u transient, was charged with
being unable fo give a satisfactory
account of himself, hofoig found with
a sack or conl ou Van ilnriie Street,
He oxplalned that he wus broke and
hungry, and picked the coal off the
C.P.it. track, und hoped to trude the
same lur a meal, lie was allowed to
go on suspended sentence,
For being disorderly and intoxicated on the evening ol" Tuesday, Gregory
SUiithoskl was lined $f>0 or 110 days.
The  tine was puf,d.
MILK AND CREAM
MILK  121/oC quart
Over 2 quarts a day .. lie
WHIPPING CREAM
% pint 20c.
Telephone
C. GODDERIS
NEW OFFICERS ELECTED
BY ORANGE LODGE *~~
AT LAST MEETING
Exclusion of children Buttering from
the disease
Exclusion of children living lu houses
where the disease Ims occurred
Allturlnr poliomyelitis
Smallpox
Diphtheria or membranous croup
Scarlet Fever
I'.'rysipclas; Typhoid Fever
Six weeks
ll) Until the medical attendant certifies or treated at home; (2) Until after
discharge rrom Hospital.
(II Until the medical attendant certifies if treated at home. Period of exclusion to he at least three weeks and
cultures to be negative for three successive duys.
Until the medical attendant certlSn
ir tlie case Is treated at home, period
or exclusion to be at least six weeks
Until the medical attendant certifies
Al lenBt two weeks
German Measles
Kumps
Whooping cough
Two weeks
Until ten days after the disappearance
of the swelling
At least six weeks. Nine days to
elapse from the last time the child
whoops.
Chicken pox
At least two weeks,
scabs.
To be free from
Three weeks from last exposure
Three weeks from Inst exposure
Seven days from last exposure,
cultures to be negative
Seven days trom last exposure
Not to be excluded unless Medical
Ollicer of  Health  orders otherwise.
Children in the Junior Grades to be
excluded until the Monday following
fourteen days from the occurrence of
the laat case. Children In thc Inter
mediate and Senior Grades not to he
excluded if they have had measles
previously
Same aa for measles, except that the
exclusion period to be twenty-one days
instead ot fourteen days
Children not having had the dlsec.se to
be excluded for twenty-four days
Children ln Junior Grades to be excluded for two weeks. Children In the
Intermediate and Senior Grades not
to be excluded it they have had whooping cough previously. If not, then exclude for two weeks.
Children not having had chicken pox
previously to be excluded for three
weeks.
N.B.—Teachers and Janitors are to be classed with Senior Grade children. In districts where there Is a
Medical Officer ot Health the medical attendant will send his notice of recovery to lhe Medical Ollicer. who will
Issue the certificate re-admitting the child to school. Teachers must not readmit children who havo not obtained
the Medical Officer's Certificate.
Provincial Board of Health
WANT ADS.
After being carried on quietly during the difficult times of the war, and
the years of reconstruction following,
there has been u decided indication of
renewed interest in the work of the
local Loyal Orange Lodge, Na 1871.
Degree work is carried on at almost
every regular meeting ot the lodge.
New officers for the coming year]
wore elected as follows at the last
lodge meeting:
N. Mclnnis    W. M.
Jas. Kemball   D. M.
J. V. Smith   Chaplain
\V. Sneddon   Treasurer
Cox   Fin. Sec
O. 0. Stevely   Rec. Sec
I). Halcrow   D. of C,
Moore     Tyler
Committee or Management—
C. Wallace and H. Moore.
8TAK  SECOND  HAND  STORE
Phone t.
We pay the beit prlcei going (or iV
kinds of furniture. Wa buy any
thing from a mouie trap to an auto
mobile,
W. W. Kllby, Auctioneer and Valuer
Lift Off with Fingers
Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop a little
"Freezone" on an aching corn, In-
itantly that corn atops hurting, then
shortly you lift lt right off with fingers.   Truly!
Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of
"Freetone" for t few cents, sufficient
to remove every hard corn, toft corn,
or corn between the toes, and tba cal-
laaeea. wttboot
STRAY HQRSE—Picked up by Paul
Perry, Klngsgate, B.C., December 14,
1922. Description us follows: draft
horse, 1.700 lbs., 2 white hind socks,
off fetlock (fore) white, also white
streak on face. Branded A inside a
diamond, near hip (hind quarters).
42tf
WANTED—Girl for dining room, experienced. Mrs. George Hogarth,
Cranbrook Hotel. . 42tf
FOlt RENT—Three roomed furnished
house, centrally located. Telephone
uud water.   Hox T. Herald.        42tf
WANTED—A mun hi every town lu
Canada to take lhe exclusive agency
and sell lo Homes u newly invented
fust selling household article of
merit. Hustlers can make good
wages.   Small amount of money re-
i quired as deposit. Write for descriptive literature and full particulars. Western Manufacturers, uX,
Pender Streel West, Vancouver,
B.C. 42-4-3
HAY POll SALE—500 tons first claBS
Irrigated meadow hay, no old bottom, all good feed. Price -|17.50.
f.o.b. Maple Creek, Sask. Apply R
W. Peacock, Maple Creek, Saak. 42-3
WANTED TO BUY—Wc buy furs.   B.
Weston, Baker Street. 42tf
FOR SALE —Bronze Mammoth Turkeys for breeding purposes, one Tom
and two hens, come from good stock.
Price for three |1B. Apply MrB.
A. B. Penwlck, Bull River, B.C. 42tf
WANTED. — General work with cook
by Japanese veteran. Box 290,
Cranbrook. 39tf
FOR SALE. — Dodge car, run 3,600
miles. McLaughlin Four, In first
class condition. Apply to Martin
Brae.,    Cranbrook. Mtf
,'.   W.   Hell,  const ruction  superintendent uf the nubile school hi Cran-
brook, Is spending a few daya In the
clly with his family, ou Anderson St.
—Nelson New*.
Ai a meeting of the Yahk social
club In-ill a few days ugo, new officers were elected fnr lhe next term,
covering tho nexl three months. The
meollng took place in .the Yahk hall.
Mrs. Kd wards read a roport us secretary and treasurer, and was re-elected to the ofllce. The other officers
are Mrs. Baker, president; Mrs. O,
Hilton, vice-president; committee,
Mrs. SUipleton, Mrs. Walker, Mrs.
Shaw   and   Mrs.   Ersklne.
It is to be hoped that arrangements
will be made lo safeguard children
tobogganing In the city. The practise of tobogganing on the side
streeis and sidewalks Is dangerous,
aud parents should exercise care as
to where their children pluy. us there
s danger from passing sleighs and
autos.
Feeding
40
Men
(Eftrt-sftma-e
mtt6
Classified to Make Selection
Easy
IIANm.KltCIIIElS
Tliu Best Value 1 lmve ever shown
in Ladies' Embroidered Handkerchiefs
in GIfl Boxes, Either white or colored embroidery.
Three llimdl-orcliloi's In OUI Bo*.
Speclul Vulue  T.'ie nnd *I.<KI
LADIES'  lit MIKEI-I'IIIKFS
tviilte or Colored   Embroidery
Bach     I*-*
CH1LDHE.VS HANDKERCHIEFS
Three In llox   50.'
LADIES' ROSEA' KOltNKH SLIPPERS
Per Pair  HM nud *S.S5
CIIII.IIS- K0SE-I 1.0HN1.II SMITKUS
iv,- pair   *1.IHI
HOYS' AMI .MISSES
KOSEV HORN EH SUPPERS
Per Pair   $1.85, J1-S0, 11.75
KOSEV  KOItNEIt SLIPPERS
I'Olt MEN
Psr Pulr   *!.">" mill **L*.'-
SILK TIES
A splendid ssloctlon direct from the
best manufacturers.
Individual Boxes,..,91.00, *I.*W. SIM
SILK SOCKS
Plain  Colors und  Fancy  Mixtures
Per Pulr  -JUKI, HIS*, *1..>«
HEX'S SI'Sl'EMIEHS
Iu Christmas Boxes.
Per Pair   MM, 75c, »1.IKI
ARM BAXIIS AMI BARTERS
Per Pair   45c, 85c, M)c
ARM RAMI AMI GARTER SETS
Each      5I-*
BOVS' SUSPENDERS
Per Pulr  :10c anil 15c
ROYS SISI'EMIKHS
Christmas Ilexes, por |iulr    UK-
The chef in a camp of one
of the hie mill companies,
whose name we are not permitted to mention, says he
will not even try unolher
milk than Pacific.
His experience covers ten
years on lhe ('oust, and he
lias irled every brand of
milk, but this British Columnist product is not only richer, but hns a better flavor
nnd gnes Farther. He says
he likes it fully as well as
fresh rream for cooking.
Pacific Milk Co., Ltd.
Read olllce, Viincmner, B.C.
Iiiflnrlc* ul Abbotufonl and Ladner.
A PITY TO LOSE
ANOTHER Wm
35c "Danderine" Saves Your
Hair—Ends Dandruff!
Delightful Tonic
mm
■Mi
Charles Emslie
WOisTKOM. AVENUK
Only fools let hair fall out nnd dandruff slay. Neglect means a bald spot
shortly. A little "Danderine" now
will save your hair. This delightful
tonic clenns (he scalp at every particle of dandruff, tightens tin. hair-root
pores, so tlie hair slops coming out,
and so thc vitalizing oils, which are
the vory life and strength of (he hair,
can nol on/o awny.
Danderine Is not sticky or greasy.
It has made, weak, sick, neglected hair
[strong and healthy for millions of men
land women. Vour coin It or bruah la
1 warning you, Hurry lo any drug
store and gel a hotlle now. Don't wall!
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of (nnniln Limited
OFFICES, 8MELTINO AND REFINING DEI-AIITMHINT
TRAIL,   BRITISH    COLUMBIA
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
l-iirclinsers nf Gold, Silver, Copper, Lead k Zinc Ores
Producers of Oold, Silver, Copper, 1'Ir Lead nnd Zinc
"TADANAC" BRAND
Great War Veterans' Association
Pres.: H. B. Hicks.   Sec.: A. Ashworth.
"A Home For The Returned Man"
BILLIARDS, UK A DING ROOM, ETC.
Rooms for all Returned Men at Reasonable Rates.
HALL FOR RENT    -    -    -    -   SEE THB STEWARD Friday, Oecoinlit.r U, 1922
THK   CKANHKOOK   IIUItAM)
IMGK SEVEN
Brew ■ oup of Celery King
a "te»"of Nature'iownlmrbaaii'J
roots,—the tineat laxative and
blood purifier you can get. itgerit-
ly cleanses tbt ayitom of all im-
Suritiet. baniabea headaches, etc.
BcandGOcpackagti, »tdruj(iMi_a.
A Croupy Cough I
brings dread to the mothur'i heart.
Por aafety'a like, keep a t>"Ule
of Shiloh, tha old timo remedy, at
hand. A very few drops mako
tht cough easier atonce, and taken
regularly gtvti complete rt-lief.
SOc, 60c and $1 20    All chuggUf*.
SHILOE
r FOR
COUCH.
HE A HI) ON   I'lIK
STREET
Juicy Fruit, Peppermint and
Spearmint certainly make
three delightful flavors to
choose from.
And the new MIPS—the
candy-coated peppermint
gum, is also a great treat for
your sweet tooth.
All from the Wrigley factories where practice has
made perfection.
When u man says of his neighbor,
"Tliere goes s mighty good fellow." it
is reasonably safe to assume that the
speaker Is a pretty fair average himself.
Mrs. C. Redmond nnd little Bon Teddy, left Saturday to visit Mrs. Redmond's parents al Enderby. B.C. They
expect to be gone ut! winter.
s. (_. (.'lurk returned un Friday from
Vauxhall, where he hud been for two
weeks mi business.
H. C. LONG
Fashionable Ladles' and Gents'
Merchant Taller.
Chinese Fancy tloods and Silk.
Van Home SI., I'ninliriiek   .
Phone AID I'.O. llox 447
CRANBROOK GLEANERS
ANDJYERS
Kvery Garment sent to us to be
Cleaned or Dyed Is given
Our Utmost Care.
Our knowledge of the buslneaa
is your assurance of satisfaction
hero,   Phone, and we will call,
or bring m, your work.
We Clean and  Dye Everything.
PHONE   157
I Sometimes we think our friends are
; prone to entertain some ranlkaboo
| Ideas at limes. Quite likely they do.
Vet we expect those aanie friends to
look upon our own particular fads
with a tolerant eye.
*****
Circumstances Invariably alter cases. Not so long ago Ihe head of the
Department of Justice in British Columbia hinted broadly that tar nnd
feathers would be a mete punishment
for a public man who made the statement that violations of the provisions
• of the II.C. Liquor Act were being
winked at in a northern constituency.
Vet that same official rose in righteous indignation when an enterprising
theatre manager circulated some advertising matter to advise his patrons
that a picture was on the way In
which would be featured characters
representing members of the Ku Klux
Klan. Jumping to the conclusion
that the peace of the country was be-
; Iiik threatened, the upholder of law
and order Immediately began tn brandish the baton of authority. Just another Instance of ignoring the substance to strike at the shadow.
•   *   *   •
When Mr. H. H. Stevens, M.l'., drew
the attention of the Oovernment to the
prevalence of bootlegging in the
Omenica District, the Attorn ey-Gener-
el replied to the allegations in language that only got by the censor by
a narrow margin. Now that a Mr.
Brlggs has come forward with charges Ihat reflect on the probity of the
| Purchasing Department of the B.C.
Liquor Control Board. Mr. Manson
must be a very angry little man Indeed. All things considered, friends
of the Honorable Alec, will display
good Judgment If they formulate plana
for the keeping of their diminutive
fire eater In safely In Victoria. There
are squirrels In the woods.
Last Monday nlghl the boys or Wycllffe and Marysvillt. were entertained
at a Bupper at Uie Club.   Owing to tiie
extreme eold only two ot the Marysvllle  boya   turned  up.    Ten   of  the
Kimberley boys in charge of Mr. Guy
Motherwell arrived at ten o'clock by
sleigh, nearly frozen, after the others
had relurned home.    After, a feed of
beans, sandwiches, cake and hot cocoa, they felt much better, and left for
home at li.ifi.   Hev. K. Baker, president   of  the   Boys'  Baseball   League,
presided,  and  a   very enjoyable hour!
was spent after the supper, singing
songs, etc.   Mr. H. S, Voung, secretary I
of the League, presented liie cup won i
by the Marysvllle boys last summer, ■
The cup. a very tine one. mounted on
a wooden pedestal, wns much admired.'
Mr. L. Crowe told the boya of some of
the   plans   for   them   Ihis   winter  on
the ice, hockey, ice sporls, etc,    Mr, '
Baker reported thai Mr. Wilson, Jew- #
eler of Crnnbrook, had very kindly j
donated a cup for ice hockey, to he If
played for hy the boys of Kimberley, | J
Marysvllle nnd Wycllffe.   The gathering which waa voted a great success
broke tip to tlie singing of lhe National
Anthem.
Next Monday, December 18th, an Illustrated lecture on "Japan and the
Japanese" will be given at the Club.
The slides aud lecture are from the
University of Alberta. Tlie slides ure
very due photograph.-., wonderfully
colored showing the sacred mountain
of Japan, the cherry blossoms, methods of silk culture from tbe cocoons
to the silk, planting of rice, Irrigation
methods, etc. No charge,will he made
but a collection will be taken to cover
cost of the slides. Everyone cordially,
invited.
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Cheer! Boys! Cheer!
Christmas is Bounding Along.
MERCHANDISE PROM Al.l, ENDS OP THE EARTH
HAS   BEEN   POURING  INTO
BIG  DRUG  STORE
We have followed our usual policy, and
chosen Goods to suit iht times
OUR
FRIGES AKE AWAY DOWN THIS YEAR     which noni
of us will objecl tc
We have a Rood, happy staff, who will be glad to
Wc Knjfoy nn KXYIAKl.t. REPUTATION
In our
The school concert and Christmas
Tree will he held In tlie Club on
Thursday, December 21si. A good
programme Is being pul on by the
children after which Santa Clans will
arrive with n present for each nnd
every girl and hoy in Wycllffe,
hk heathen iiuLurra
Oi't'iWul Thermometer KemllngM
Max. Mln.
Thursday, December 7  —Iti — 5
Friday. December S  —IH — 5
Saturday,  December 9  ....      6       2
Sunday. December 10      10      4
Monday. December 11  — 26 — ",
Tuesday. December 12 ... .—20 — 5
Wednesday. December 13 . .—34 —-13
I
DISPENSING   DEPARTMENT
and during the rush seasoniyoumay dependon our best'attentiou.     None but
ienced Druggists liandU
exper-
your prescription
.
:
GOOD   ADVICE-COME   EARLY
Vie. Imvi* a crush nf BOOKS siiiluhli- Ior Sumlii) Schools, Klc. whom nro arc prepared
lo treat rlirlil.
L
Beattie-Noble, Ltd.
Where It Pays to Deal
bright
happy
Political friends are expensive lux
uriiw. Still tbat $3,500,000 which the
Oovernment has authorized itself to
borrow is not to be aneeaed at as a
means lo provide for an appreciable
addition to the staff of the British Columbia Civil Service. After John Oll-
rer, the deluxe. There la alwaya the
assurance, however, ihat tbe public
debt wilt float.
SALVATION ARMY WILL there are not a great number of pow
PROVIDE   XMAS   CHEEK      people lu the city, thore ure several
FOR   NEEDY  FAMILIES \mmm where a little assistance would
- lie appreciated and  help to make a
The  Salvation   Army  have  always Christinas for the children.
endeavoured     to     make     (.hrlslmas      ll is felt that If the question of need
While, wns just brought in the attention of
the people, tliere are those who would
he willing to help.    Don at inns of cash
or goods necessary to pack a hamper Salvation
containing a Christmas  dinner, such  Avenue, <
as butter, sugar, tea, cake. pies, meat     Goods t
or fowl, fruit, nuts, randy, alto any  day, De •
ye.   No atnviasisg for this will be
-':e   io will you kindly send yonr
nations to Captain Tlgerstedt, Tht
Army,   iupstairs,,  Hanson
phone B16.
i»* >hr,t not later than Fri-
FIRST PRIZE - $6,500 - THIS WEEK
A Chaiming Woman is Healthy
lli'.'illh kiyoh llu* only true and hinting
bounty to the co'mploxjoil, Perfect digestion and assimilation of food arc
necessary to oiistll'o perfect health. For
rolioving   ailments   of   the   digestive
powers - - such ns biliousness, eon-
si ipation, sir!; liendacbes, flatulence—
Bccchnni's Pills lmve proven their worth
to countless thousands of women for
mnny yc:irs pasl. They are convenient,
goiltio ill (letion and positive iu their excellent results.
Beecham's
Good
looks
mean
good
Health
Take
thi: salvation army
Sunday  Services: .
Holiness Meeting at 11 a.m.
Sunday School at 3 p.m.
Salvation Meeting at 7.10 p.m.
Public Meeting on Tuesday at 8 p.m.
The Sunday School Christmas Entertainment wtll Im held December 2d
nl s p.m.
We invite yon to attend these services.
Sold
tvtrywherc
in boxet
Pills
25c   40pillt
SOc—90 pilU
SALVATION ARMY SALE
NUTS OOOD 8CJC ON
SATURDAY   LAST,
The secretary and    ladies of the
Salvation Army Home League desire
to thank, through the medium ol the*
Herald,  all those  who assisted   Ifi I
I milking their recent sale a Buccess. j
I In spite of th* somewhat Inclement J
i weather the sum of $156.70 waa realli-
ed.   The    weekly League    meetings j
will be resumed In tbe New Year, aad i
a cordial invitation to newcomers Is
extended.     The League has in the'
past year assisted poor families, and j
donated llowers to the alck.   It la de-1
slrous of extending the work along
these linn.
New series No. 11               B ° VE1EEANB ™» Lm           $6000 First Prize
S|sS53 FOOTBALL COMPETITION t^ono wmi p»*.
SSSftSCT "" °'mb" S"M"' VA*      GAMES TO BE PLAYED SATURDAY, DEO. 23rd     V«*UUU OeCOM HIM
Coupons auy alio be deposit-- at any or the                                        TOO OAK MOW KAZZ                                        AnAAA mm _     a   at _
MSE"'M<S3U " ttUrtM'" ten estimates with $1 subscription $2000 Third Prize
I enter Tbe B. C. Voter-ins Weekly TootM Competition aal agree to abide by the rnlee published ia The B. C. Veteran Weekly    Me enelo-ed far Ore weeki* ,-h.
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STBDOTIONS _OH PttLCto DI COOI-ONS:  Ton elmply Indicate whether the HOOT HAM WU1 icon MORE. 1X53 or tht SAME XDMBEB at _o»l_ lain ue» stored la
tts, corrtipoadlnf tame laat year, by placing aa "X" la tba column provided la tbo Oonpon.
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F50W    I.W, PAGE ElflllT
THU CRANBROOK HERALD
Friday, December 15, Iiii
^WtWHtWW^ 4
CHRISTMAS EXPOSITION WEEK
11    THE TRUE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT AND GOOD JUDGMENT IS DISPLAYED IN BUYING PRESENTS THAT CAN BE    USED   EVERY
DAY.       THEY GIVE JOY AND COMFORT AS WELL AS A   LASTING REMEMBRANCE  OF THE GIVER.
H    THE STOCKS IN THIS STORE ARE IN ORDER AND WERE NEVER MORE COMPLETE TO CARE FOR YOUR REQUIREMENTS
THAN NOW. ,
H    YOU CAN FIND HERE EVERYTHING THAT A WOMAN,   MAN, GIRL OR BOY WEARS, AS WELL AS EVERY KIND OF FURNITURE
FOR THE HOME.
& &&&&&&$&$&$& &m>-M^&^&^&&-M^m&^
H. A. Manning of Saskatoon, who is     >jrK jjm puBsee and Miss U Delta
lntfireated in tlie Lovertng Lumber Co.,
Wasa, Btopped over in Cranbroolt on
Thursday of this week.
of Waldo were Cranbrook visitors on
Saturday last.
| City Items olTnttrot
^
Santa Claus Headquarters
our   Counters   are   overllowing   with   TOYS,
I.AMI.S. IIOIIKS, AMD DOLLS.
ERECTOlt   SKI'S from BBc to $3.50.
Just the thing for your boy.
-.».»',; okk all urn sleds up to xmas eve
Beautiful Stock of
STATIONERY IX I HISTMAS BOXES
From 25c to $2.30 per box
Very Suitable For Gifts,
HANDKERCHIEFS HANDKERCHIEFS
IN  CHRISTMAS   BOXES
Ladies' and Gents' in linen and cambric, neatly
embroidered, from 45c to $2.25 per box
Very Suitable For Mailing.
OUR SPECIAL SALE IS NOW ONI
2.1'/,, OFF ALL WRITING OOODS TILL XMAS
Moffatt's Variety Store
Open Evening*, and Wednesday
Phone 393
Mail OrderH shipped the samo day as received.
Insure with Bealo & Elweli.
41tf
If your eggs are not white and clean
or lack in flavor, they are not from
Brown's Poultry Ranch 41tf
We have In a Pull Line of Winter
Rubbers, and—
Our low prices win every time.
W. P. DORAN.   '
Take a trip to India next Monday &
Tuesday at the Star, when "Above All
Law," a wonderful oriental drama wtll
be shown.   It has a cast of R000.      42
Charlie Johnson, of the city police
force, who was Injured in a hunting
accident about two weeks ago, will
likely be off duty for about three
months, it ls expected. He ia making
good progress, but will be a patient at
the hospital for a few weeks yet, it is
anticipated.
If you are thinking of buying u
home for yourself, it will pay you to
consult with Beale & Elweli.
FOR HER CHRISTMAS GIFT
IG places a new Singer Sewing Ma-
chine in her home Christmas morning.
Balance easy payments.   You cannot
do better.   Singer Store, phone 157,
41tf
Their food Ib clean and quarters
solitary, Ask your grocer for Brown's
non-fertile new laid eggH. They will
please Daddy and make the kiddies
laugh and grow fat. 41tf
Beale & Elweli will pay cash for
Victory Bonds at current market rates.
The Venezia Hotel (lining room fs
again open under new management.
If you are contemplating a trip
home to England, see Beale & Elweli,
Steamship Agents. 41tf
W, L. Bamford of Nelson, travelling
CP.R. freight SRent. is in the city this
week-end.
Mr. R. D. Prlttie of the Natural Resources Department of the C.P.R. is
in the city.
A safety deposit box with Bealo &
Elweli gives you a perfectely safe
place for your bonds and title papers.
Only $3.00 per annum.
. Local news.
Cranbrook Taxidermist
We have for sule 24 pairs of
fleece line I high cut luce shoes
in colors brown and grey, regular prices $7.75 and $8.23. (Just
the line lor this frosty weather). We will sell at (USO.
Call and inspect this line while
tho sizes arc complete. Sizes
214 to 7.
W.  D.   HILL.
The Annual Meeting
ot the
Cranbrook Farmer?' Institute
will  be  held  at   the
CITY HALL, ON SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, AT 8 ?.M.
This Ib an Important Meeting and everyone interested ln
the Agricultural Progress ot the District is urged to be
present.
Gifts for a Woman
Mesh Bag
Wrist Watch
Diamonds
Brooch
Eversharp Pen
Waterman Pen
Necklace
Lingerie Pins
Onyx and Diamond Necklets
" Gifts for a GirFT
Vanity Case
Pearl Beads
Moonlight Bags
French   Ivory
Bracelet
Bracelet Watch
Gold and White Gold Necklets
Hair Ornaments
Bar Pins
Ear Ornaments
Don't Forget our $1,00, $2.00 and
$ri.00 COUNTERS. You can save
money buying your Christmas presents from these tables. No old or
shop worn goods in the shop. We
don't  allow  them  to  accumulate.
Gifts for a Man
Watch
Diamond  Ring:   some  exceptional
values at $35, $38, $85.50, $100,
$120 and $135
Ilickok Belt Buckles
Signet Ring
Pencil
Cigar and Cigarette Holders
Pipe
Watch Fob
Watch Chain
Gillette and Auto Strop Razor
Gifts for a Boy
Fountain Pen
Watch
Tie Clasp
Scarf Pin
Pencil
Cuff Links
Military Brushes
Ring
W. H. Wilson
Ths High Class Jewelry Shop
Gifts for the Home
Clock
Cut Glass
Silver Hollow Ware
China
Electric Lamps
Silver Cabinets
Mahogany Trays
Silver Flatware
(1835 Wallace, 1847 Rogers
and Community)
Gifts for Baby
Rattle     Ring
Bracelet
Necklace
Bib Holders
Silver Spoon
Silver Bowl and Plate
Pin Sets
Cup
WATCH OUR WEST WINDOW—
Beginning Saturday, 16th, we will
offer a Special Bargain Each Day
from 10 to 12 a.m. only. No telephone orders received for these—
CASH AND CARRY ONLY
K. l_. Beattie ot Vancouver spent
the week end In Cranbrook
Oeo. Shupe of Pernie was here Wednesday in connection with Forestry
Department business.
Mrs. Kemp and young son of Erlckson were In Cranbrook for the weekend.
-M,
Tho Scandinavians will meet at the
Q. W. V. A. Hall, on Sunday next. December 17th, at 11 a.m.
Rev. I.. O. Hellekler.
Lutheran Pastor.
'Don't forgot "Burning Sands" at the
Star to-night. Bigger and better than
"The Sheik."   Also Scmon comedy. 12
Mr. A. S. Hatlleld ot Pentlcton stopped off here this week on his way to
Wasa. where he has a number of
truck; working on a hauling contract
for the l.overlng Lumber Co.
11 l'lper and wife of Nelson were in
the city luBt Saturday. Mr. Piper Is
the accountant for Messrs. DeWolf &
Nam, who were the contractors for the
flume construction at Wasn.
Mr. Reg. P. Johnson of Klngsgate returned to the Sa Eugene Hospital on
Friday last. Mr. Johnson about three
years ago met with a bad accident and
two months ago was unfortunate
enough to injure his leg again. I-ast
week he fell again, necessitating further medical attention.
Visitor's Day will be observed at thc
South Ward School on the afternoon
of Thursday, December 21st, between
the hourB of 2 and 3. At tbe primary
room of the Central School, in charge
of Miss Henderson, and at the Central School as well, visitors' day was
observed on Friday of this week. A
number of parents interested themselves ln their children's work
sufficiently to visit the schools, and
saw some of the classes go through
a few exercises, and some displays ot work of various kinds that
did thorough credit to some ot the pu*
pits and  teachers  responsible.
Tuesday afternoon Enterprise Lodge
No. 43, I.O.O.F., assembled aB a body
to attend to its last resting place the
remains ot David Hutchinson McKay,
whose death occurred in Trail Hospital last Saturday. The funeral took
place from the Presbyterian Church,
Rev. A. Wilson officiating, and was
concluded at the graveside by the
Chaplain of the Odd Fellows, with a
short but Impreesive service. The
pall bearers were J. R. Craig, F. A.
Welr, H. W. Hankln, A. O. Monkhouse,
II. Marshall and C. P. Jones. Mr.
McKay ls survived by his wifo and one
daughter. He was a native of Scot
land, was 41 yearB of ago, and has re
sided In Trail for several years, bolng
engaged in tho candy business until
tbe past two years when he went to
work for the smelter company. A
large number of friends Join Tho News
in Expressions of sympathy for those
bereaved.—Trail News.
n>sm,,e*aymisr*LA\mi,s*Jmmisttmimi**l*t» im*sjtm,es*sm\m*.eiyt*A,trl
$1217.50
Worth of the
BEST
riUSICAL
INSTRUMENT
In The World
We have sold this amount the
past six weeks.   The
INSPECTS  MASONIC
"BOAT"AND THEN
SHOOTS BUCK
Charles F. Sherwln of Rlondel,
Qrand First Principal of the Royal
Arch Masons of British Columbia, and
Archibald MacKinnon of Cranbrook,
Orand Superintendent for tbis Jurisdiction, paid an official visit to Boundary Chapter, Qrand Forks, last Saturday evening, and were royally entertained by the local brethren.
After exemplifying the efficiency of
the Chapter's "goat," several of the
officers took their distinguished brothers to the hills before breakfast
next day and caused the fleetfoot deer
In the locnl preserves to pass In review, with the result that the Masonic
"Mogul" wu able to pick a nice buck
and proceed on his Journey with several stoanks ef vauiaoo tor tilllcums.
—Orand Fort* CantU.
the Phonograph with
a true tone, sold on
very popular terms.
A small deposit, and
Hooray, Good Music
is Yours. The Brunswick is a machine
worth while.
ASK THE MAX    WHO OWNS OXE.
NEW OR OLD—
Which shall it be ?
There are many ways to test a Phonograph hefore you
buy.    The choice is iriw distinct — NEW or OLD.
You CAN find out just how the Brunswick differs from
thc Phonographs of a few years ago.
$Wi
You CAN find oui whether the
tone of the Brunswick is superior on ANY record; whether or not it makes any good records BETTER,
Before you buy any Phonograph, find out the shupe of the
"tone chamber," or horn. Whnl
Is il made of—eust Iron, tin or
wood?     Which do you think Is best'.'
Can you understand every word of a song lbnl you have
never beard before?    Can It say "S"?
What about the soprano's high noles?    l)oc» a brass band
sound like a brass band or nn orchestra?    Can you tell n (
harp from a piano?
Does thc scratching of Ihe stylus or jewel point distract
your attention from the music?    Does It annoy you?
Does   it play every record with the correct needle, the cor-
l rect position, the correct weight?     Cnn those things bo
adjusted?    Do you have to take something   off   or   put
something on In order to play other records?
Your own ears will decide for the Brunswick, which is
the only Phonograph possessing these two exclusive Inventions:
TIIE ULTOXA — THE ALL-WOOD OVAL HOKX
Haslam, Tgie Druggist
We Are Prompt. Phone 16 We Are Careful.
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