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Array THE CRANBROOK HERALD
VOLUME) SO
CRANBROOK.   BRITISH COLUMBIA.
THURSDAY. AUGUST 29, 1918
NUMBER 33
EAST KOOTENAY FALL FAIR, CRANBROOK, OCTOBER 2 AND 3
DEATH OF BR1LU
Of
SYNOPSIS OK "THE SPY"
Killed ln action August 14th,
181*. Major the Hon. Leonard
V. Drummond-Hay, M. C, P. P.
Ii 8. Major Drummond-Hay was
tbe eldest son of Mrs. J. M. Bow-
ness, ol Vancouver, formerly
of Cranbrook. He went to Prance two years ago; after training in England he was appointed Lieutenant In the Princes*
Pats. He won the Military
Cross at the battle of the Som-
me. He rose in a short time
from Adjutant-Lieutenant to
the rank of Major of the Princess Pats.
Major Drummond was 21
years of age and was In direct Hue of succession to the; ancient Earldom of Klnoull, one
of the oldest titles In the Uni-ml
Kingdom.
Lieut. Eric Drummond-Hay
V. C, Is a younger brother and
has been missing since May of
this year and Is believed to be
a prisoner In Germany.
,^-V
m INCIDENT
OF THE WAR
i
Fighting in water up to their
waiat In the marshes along thii
Awe and charging the crews of
machine guns who served their
i until killed, the troops
ol sat am French army took
two of the strongest defences ol
Bay*- Taey also captured 600
-Rjaon-aft and took tmportar-t
heWtj*, iBCtuding a large number
i  -rf-es-sf-Mraeguoi.
i": ^ta^jTrMCfc could, hardly be
mii'nf stmrsar stuft
•^■afanaVanea^^.^Baass^ase^BBlvew^sjaBaaF.   w .
"W- f r. ■ ^af  net ii l-rSjlaV.) «-!*> IIW'S*ijf_»- -yf "
0HANBROOK WAS DIFFEB-
ENT TEN YEARS AOO
.Do you remember what Cranbrook looked like ten years ago?
WSen the post office was located, where Raworth's Jewelry
•tore ls now? When the corner
on which now stands the magnificent post ofllce building was
a vacant lot? When the corner
opposite the post office on which
has since been erected the hand
some Hanson block, was also
a waste? When there was no
building south of the Queen's
j-qtal on Baker street? When
there was no V M. C. A., and
the fire hall stood where the
line Y. M. C A. building now
stands? When the Imperial
Bank was located where the
Cranbrook Drug and Book Co.
now displays Its splendid stock,
and the corner that now supports the Imposing Imperial
Bank building was an unsightly waste? Cranbrook has grown
Into a beautiful and substantial city since then.
es. sprains, sore backs caused1
by watching other people doing
the work, tender feet, falling
of hair alr.i for insomnia, Malaria, rheumatism and goutt.
caused by high living.
HERE URE TWO
OE
The. fire and fervor of red
blooded' America   make   "The:
Spy" starring Dustin Farnum,
the greatesVHrtOry-'9f the-present war.     A"plot Which deals! 	
with the machinery of diplom-    A special meeting of the Cran-
aoy and International relations | brook Retail Merchants' Asso-
Ishitfdled.soS^ 'hiB "i8,r'c,'' 8Pe"1 * few dYS
entire   production   has   been on Monday evening for the pur- « 'he' ^u*™WW in ,nwi, this week. They make'
made without the firing of ajpose of dealing with the ,«^|J-^£«-^^I^M^ ,■*»
single shot.     "The Spy" Is a
n*t    n)f,m   ity>ss n«*ftsi ,if*fca» i mff/tet aafl*       aeliVsi ■ irflaV sBI
SUCCESSFUL    PUPILS
  Chas. and Wm.  Evans, two
The following pupils of Miss 0f the old time prospectors of
war story and not a battle story
.Mars    Q-iaiutaiicu    (Dustin
Farnum)  Fs a' young'man of
wealth and high social position I communication from George
who has never proved his use-|S. Hougham, provincial organ-
fulness lo the world.     The Pa-1 izer, formerly secretary of the
tion of sending delegates to the I Conservatory of Music, under .,.,•,„, but cranbrook is the met-
Retail  Merchants' convention,! tne a|fe,ct'0" °^ Mr' F,ra"k °)!" roP°llB of tne Ea8t Kootenays
They have seen Cran-
which wiii be held in Vancou-,- Wl^»
ver on Sept. 2nd and 3rd     A
Parrett.
trlotic Club of Now York is look
ing for such a person to send to
Germany In an effort-to-gain a
list of German spies in America. Just before the United
States declares war, they find
Mark and he agrees'to undertake the hazardous task.   -   '
Mark starts his mission and
has somft- wonderful experiences, on board ship, where he
meets Greta Glaum (Winnifred
Kingston), who Is being deported back to Germany. The acquaintance of Mark and Greta
ripens Into love. In Berlin
Mark becomes attached to the
American embassy. After a
good many exciting experiences Mark's mission is successful and he returns to the U-
nlted States with-Oieta .aiul the
coveted list of spies.
TO REPORT POR DUTY
Two.vmorj^iof Cranbrook's
bright young men leave this
week for the_£q»sj, in response
'o the .call. o( djtty. They are
going'to serve 'their King and
country—W^ Leaman andHerb.
Chests*. fhexJiave. 'mnde ap-
plka-J-j-kj-kjJsjff Jt»«.flying
■IjljrjaasaMi b«ii»fr.!i*f,t*te service 'virtB probably-beresponsi-
ble for the final defeat of the
enemy!     Their many ""friends
Cranbrook Association
read, in which he made an earnest appeal for delegates to
take part in this convention.
The importance of sending a
representative from this association was never questioned.
There was some discussion as
to the amount the association
should set aside to meet the expenses of the delegate. It was
finally decided to make a special assessment of 25 per cent of
the monthly dueB of each member and the secretary instructed to collect this amount with
the August dues. The appointing of a delegate was then proceeded with and It was the general opinion that Mr. J.P. Fink,
president of the local organization, should represent this as
sociation at the convention. Mr.
Fink was requested to accept
the trust and after consenting
was duly appointed. A committee consisting of A. L. McDermot, secretary, E. Patterson
and C. .1 Little was appointed
to draw up a listof suggestions
and recommendations dealing
with certain Acts of Parliament
with instructionrto the delegate to impress upon the legislative commltte? this importance of having these matters
taken up. at the next meeting of
the Provincial Legislature.
Primary piano (school) —
Marian McKinnon, Dora E. G.
Pye, Marian Drummond, John
WH Woods, Marjorie Burton.
Elementary piano—Lillian
Jackson.
Elementary piano (school)—
John Moffatt.
Introductory piano—Stanley
Moffatt, Hope Taylor, Kathleen
Dallas.
Introductory piano (school)
—Grace Barrett (honors).Ethel
Maud Atheson.. Marian Henderson, James Cassldy, Clyde McKinnon, James Douglas Thomson.
hope that they may be-suceess-
fttll ii; ihelr applications ttnd'l eolftNfl TO THE
that next year they may dis-1        AUDITORIUM THEATRE
tlngglsh.-.l-emselyes bv becom-1
ing'"Aces." **" "' CONNING
Knows" and
FARMERS INSTITUTE
There is an interesting entry In potatoes in Field Crop
Competitions and prospects are
'hat the Judges will be agree-'
ably surprised at the exhibits
'here.
< Powder has again advanced
Mo per case, but there are
about two cars still to be had
at the old price to those ordering at once
The secretary of Cranbrook
Institute received recently one
pure bred Yorkshire for Jos.
Brault, and one pair of pure
brad Berkshlres for P. Woods.
This makes a total of eleven
"pure bred pigs scattered over
the district through the agency
O'Jke.jwcretary this season.
Local farmers and Fall Fair
officials regret to hear of the
death.of Mr. Wm. Gibson, of
VtcWla., Mr. Gibson was well
known. here, having Judged
school-gardens, field crops and
Fall Fair live stock on several
occasions and was recognised
as a leading Judge In such mat
ton.
Jit the Churcheo
METHODIST CHURCH
Rev. R. W. Lee, Pastor.
Special attentfon is called to
the new Arrangement for services, in future, Divine service will be conducted every
Sunday morning as well as in
the evening. The morning
service will be followed hy the
■session of the Sabbath School.
Sunday next
11 a. m.—Morning worship.
Subject:"Life's imperfections"
To be followed by the Sabbath
School; the adult'bible'class
will he led by the pastor
7.30.—Evensong. Subject
of address: "The seeming Unreasonableness of Christ."
A hearty invitation Is given
to all.
BAPTIST CHURCH
.. Rev. ,1. L. Sinclair, Pastor
Union services with the Presbyterian church
Sunday, September 1st
11 a.   m.—In   Presbyterian
church.
12 noon.—School In Baptist
church.
7.30.—In Baptist church.Both
services will be conducted by
Rev Hillls Wright:
"The Man who
his company ol
wonder workers which comes to
the Auditorium for two days,
Friday and Saturday Sept., Sth
and 7th will mee the audiances
with new and startling revel
ations, that possesUhols super
mind with the inside workers
of intelectual forces.
It is without saying that
many persons make their futures what they are, but how
many thousand guide themselves to higher financial and social positions through a foresight
into the future. % We are all
possed of inspirations-
Act on that impulse and wit
ness the performance of CUN
NINO.
There will be,many highly
amusing features and the entire evening will be one of
highly interesting entertainment. This attraction has
been playing many Important
engagements in the past several months and evry city, press
and public pronounce their per-
tomances extrodlnary.
ELKO NOTES •
By Fred Roo •
S3X0K 3H3KH3AXI
Special to the Herald
to them
brook grow up from its birth to
manhood and they have admired its growth. They are
men of vision and see a great
future for the city. Ail that is
required Is that the men to
whom has been given the task
of building it up co-operate
with the miners, lumbermen
and farmers in developing Its
wonderful natural resources.
They claim that the greatest
mineral belt in British Columbia, if not in the world, is tributary to Cranbrook, stretching
for 200 miles from here to Gol-
1 den.    They state also that a
great timber belt that has not
I yet been touched lies within a
few mies of the city that con-1 ] i
i tains in one block over 500 million feet of lumber.'
BUSINESS FLURRY IN TOWN!
-*>^'Vr
Invermere's first soldier   to
return came hack on Monday ln
the person of Edouard Tiber-     _.
<-hien. a veteran from the scar-1    There waB a flurry »mon«
red fields-, of Flanders. Private j 'he business men of the city on j
Tlbergbien  has a worthy re-j Wednesday when the advertis-
"ord.   A native of Belgium his ing matter of the West of Eng-i j I
heart was fired who* he heard laMfl D     „   „„ rf *
it the Invasion of his country.        . •  .      ■Ft"""""
but being undersizedm the mat °" the 8tr«*'s-     It was discov-
ter of stature it was onlv after ered that the manager of thisj
much correspondence with var-1 concern had obtained a pedlar's i
ioiiB Belgian consuls that   heiicense at tne clty naIlln gptte
was finally allowed to   enlist.   ,,.   ,   . ... . . ,
and he departed from here ear-1 "f ,hfi faot that he waB °^nln»
ly In 1915, leaving behind a-sor- 'or the sale of goods in a store,
rowing wife with   three   very, on Baker street.     On - Invest)-i
young children     Since-enlist-igation it was discovered   that:
inghehasbeenl8rgetfdetailediib.ii, was in. contravention of
to orderly, worr in bortttals WisecUon 15 of byla* fl*»'a*!
the base In Be glum.   The rig-   L    ,,i.     .      .       ...
ors of the work and (He, horrors I ^ °' Cranbrook. which re-
of war after three years of aer-j-iulres a "Transient Trader" to
vice have proved to be too much pay to the city of Cranbrook
for a delicate constitution like i the amount of $500 as a guar-
S.IwJIh haS beS? h,?n0ra«7'a»tee t0 ™>>«"» I" outness fpr
discharged as medicallv unfit. ... _,.   _"
Many of the village people to-'" Perlod of one *"*■ Toe "•-
sether with his wife and fam-Jta" Merchants', Association
My were present at his arrival j through their secretary, took
to give him a warm reception. ' the matter up with Chief of Po-
A distinguished party of vis- 11(, Hepfl(.v and rltv /,,„,. T
itors arrived here on Monday   '„!!.!       ..k-.k J
end remained over night as the M- RoDerta- w"!> jb« request,
"nests of Mr. R. RandolphBruce >liat 'his concern Se compelled I
C. E„ F R. O. 8.. being Grant to comply with theibylaw.
Hall, of Winnipeg, vice-presl- .      ..  ..        ,,  |
dent and general manager of
'he C. P. R. western lines, general superintendent Frank W.
Cranbrook's Ury Goods & Clothing Store
BOYS SCHOOL
CLOTHES
WE HAVE MADE GREAT PROVISION IX SCHOOL CLOTHES. AND
AT PROPER PRICES.
OUR SCHOOL SUITS CAN NOT BE
MADE BETTER OR PRICE LOWER. GOOD HONEST MATERIALS, MADE IN THAT THOR
OUGHLY DEPENDABLE WAY
THAT ALWAYS GIVES YOU THE
WORTH OF YOUR MONEY.
THE PATTERNS ARE ATTRACTIVE. AND ARE MADE IP IN THE
NEWEST 8TYLES.
$5.00 to $12.50
McCreery Bros,
Cranbrook's Dry Goods and Clothing Store
"A'    "*Af!J*«s*Va«sJt'<|psl<e,Vii>»<l-l   SS*aV   "Q
The regular monthly meeting j
of the Women's Institute will'
, „ take place on Tuesday, Sept. i,!
Peters, of Vancouver, suoerin- at the Parish Hall/jRo" ™» will!
'endent A. C, Hershaw. of Cran- be answered by "My Pet Econ-
hrook. and Mrs. Grant Hall. 0my" and the quarterly quest-
Thev were accompanied by Mr. |on box will be opened.
F. C. Wade, agent-general for  T
the Province of British Oolum- \y. D. Gilroy, E,. H. McPhee
Ma for Great Britain. During and J. L. Palmer spent a couple
their stay here thev were driv- of days fUhing on St Marys riven about the district tn motor er this week. The* came back
cars and given a dinner at the with some eleganfc fish stories
home of Mr Bruce. and long strings tf fish.
Safarday's  Special
Screen Doors - • Screen Windows
,,    Ice Cream Freezers
Before putting away in  warehouse for Season
We are  offering  SPECIAL  PRICE
CALL AND SEE US
J. D. McBRIDE
liAKER STREET
SCHOOL OPENS
THURSDAY SEPT. S
The Cranbrook. schools will
re-open on Tuesday, morning,
September 3rd. at 9 o'clock. The
Central school in charge of Mr.
R. S. Shields, assisted by a full
staff of teachers. The south
ward school in charge of Miss
Q'Hearn. with Miss Taylor as
assistant. The Kootenay Orchard school will have Miss N.
Paterson as Principal. The Ma-
naul Training will be In charge
of Mr. T. G. Morrls.*f-ie "High
School will open in the new
premises, formerly knowrras St.
Marys school, with R. B. Forsyth, principal, and Mrs. Btev-
Plain Clothes Detective Dryden (the Hawkshaw of Waldo)
was In Elko this week In charge
of Police headquarters.
Mr. and Mrs. Relnecke with
Mr. and Mrs. Williams of Clare-
sholm, Alberta' passed through
Elko this week o ntheir way to
Roosevllle, and will return
through the Windermere Val-
ley and Golden.      %
A great many tourist arrived
In the old historic Burg renting
rooms and camping,' and the
nice weather brought lost of
Salesmen, travellers', trainjum-
pers and peddlers to the best
town in the Crows Meet Paw
this week, offering for sale Soup
hair tonics, clothes hangers,
wart and blemish : removers,
Patent medicines- for pain killing, disease conan-^lng, death
defying, remedies good for all
kinds of achaa and pataa, brute-
-■■:■-*-•;'*•' '
EXTRA!!
1
lECIAL!!
Rex Theatre
WEDNESDAY   and   THURSDAY
SEPTEMBER 4TH and 5TH
I " -!
-DUSTIN    FARNUM   in-
"THE SPY"
AN EXPOSE OF THE OPERATIONS OF FOREIGN ENEMY SECRET POLICE. WARNING! DONT DISCUSS DIPLOMATIC MATTERS I'NLESS YOC KNOW
YOUR MKOHBOR. SEE HOW THE KIASER SE
CURES INFORMATION.
 Our Orchestra will furnish-	
Complete Musical jAccompaniment !
7.30 & 9.15 - - 25c & 35c
WE PAY THE TAX.      ' '
Watch Our Windows
The  Very  Latest   in   Bedroom
Electric Light Shades in Linen
and Cretonne
Prices:- 35c & 50c
Our School Supplies have arrived
and will be on display, week
commencing Sept. 3rd.
Cranbrook Drug & Book Co.
Phone 74    W. J. ATCHISON. Mgr.    Night Phone IN
NOTICE.
- The HERALD Jws-a lot of money to
pay oil daring the next month, therefore
we aaed every dollar we can gel.
We ask all those who are Indebted to as
to kindly see that their little serosal for
subscription, Job work or advertisement Is
paid as early la the month as possible... - PAOB TWO
THE CRANBROOK HBRALD
' THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, l»lg
Cranbrook Herald
Pvilill.slied Every Thursday by
THE  CRANBROOK  HERALD,   LIMITED
W. A. MYERS, ; Managing Editor
Advertising  Hates on  application.   Chaws (nr Advertising MUST ke ls
this    nfflce    Wednesday    neon    the current   week   tn   secure   attention.
t'm-iBKOOK, BltlliSIl IMIl'MBIA. THURSDAY,   AUGUST   Wtt,    UK
GET BE HIND THE KALI	
FAIR AM» PUSH
The ninth annual Fall Fair
of the East Kootenay Agricultural Association will be held
this year on October 2nd and
3rd.
This event is one in which
everybody is Interested and It
can be made a splendid means
of promoting the business interests of the whole district
The farmers should place
themselves firmly behind the
association in their efforts to
build up the agricultural interests of the community. The
benefits of the annual fair accrue primarily to those directly engaged in some branch of
the farming industry.
The merchants and public
spirited citizens of Cranbrook
should also get behind the association, be cause Cranbrook's
prosperity depends upon the
good will of the farming community.
Every man, woman and child
between Kootenay Landing and
the Alberta boundary should be
a booster for the success of the
East Kootenay Fall Fair. Every
organization, educational, commercial, social, political, fraternal, should talk about the
Fair and Interest all Its members in the success of thc Fair.
There is a good program, a
splendid prize list, comprising
almost everything of economic
value to every resident of the
district, and attractions of interest.
Let each and all stamp this
Fall Fair with his or her own
individuality. It is your Fair-
Help to make It a success.
CO-OPERATION ON
THE BATTLEFIELD
, At one time during the present
' offensive at a certain point of
the line a Canadian regiment,
: 30 per cent, lot whom spoke
| French, were fighting alongside French troops. Subsequently the Canadians were hard pressed by the enemy who was
strongly posted in a wood. They
appealed for assistance to a
French regiment on their flank.
The French regiment shortly
afterward found themselves similarly situated. They appealed
to the Canadians and the latter
immediately attacked the enemy and saved the situation.
The two regiments in the evening messed and bivouacked together.
This is the spirit of co-operation that should be put into effect in all the ordinary walks
nf life and pursuits of peace.
How much nicer we would get
along; how much more prosperous we would be; and how
much more happiness we would
enjoy.
DR. DeVAN'S FRENCH PILLS ttt
rfniuttiiK i'ilt lor Womcu. |5 a txn or ttir<*f»r
flit. ,at>U lit nil limn Sture*. or inaittli to «t
.vfitlressoti ii-fr-inttif price. THI |t»K'-xi< »K9
Cu.jSt,Cathnrlli*-a, Ontario. _ _ _j r
PHOSPHUNOLFORMEN. $»=
Vitality;.«r N«M tw& Ur»tu; Iucwm**'
rut-tit* r":" 'I >mi ■ - »lii I'UUd you ut». W * ■»■
*WO for $6, nt 'iruratnrM. or by ■»•' «■»•
TH I NX-n-i.L I'mvu Co., lit. II
WHICH RQAD ff
YOU MUST CHOOSE ONE
THIS
LEAOS TO
YOUR LOSSI YOUR GAIN
1 i
TAKE NO CHANCES
WITH FIRES
PUT THEM OUT
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada Limited j,
Office, smelting and Refining Department
TRAIL. BRITISH COLUMBIA
SMELTERS     AND     REFINERS
Purchaser ot Oold, Silver, Copper, Lead and Zlae Ores.
Tsbansc Brand Pig Lead, Hliic-innc, Spelter aad Copper
CANADIAN
Pacific
CHANGE IN
TRAIN  SERVICE
Effective August 18, 1018, there will he a general chaage
ln train service. Times for trains at Cranhrook will bet
No 67    .
No. 68
11.30 p. m.        Lv.
Medlcln Hat
Ar.      6.25 a. m.
12.00 Noon       Ar.
Cranbrook
Lv.      4.05 p. m.
12,16 n. m.       Lv.
Cranbrook
Ar.       3.50 p. ill-
3.45 p. m.      Ar.   Kootenay Landing   Lv.      11.20 p.m.
No. 825 Daily ex. Sun.
No. 824 Dally ex. Sun.
7.00 a. m-   •   Lv.
Cranbrook
Ar.      12.20 p. m.
8.30 a. m.       Ar
Klmberley
Lv.      10.00 a. m.
No. 821. Mon and Thurs.
No. 822 Wed and Bat.
900 a. m.        Lv.
Cranbrook
Ar.      3.80 p. m.
6.00 p. m.      Ar.
Athalmer
Lv,      7.00 a., m.
Tues. and Fri.
■■■' V-    Tuts, and Fit
9.00 a. m.      Lv.
Athalmer
Ar.      7.00 p. m.
11.00 a.m.       Ar.
Golden
Lv.      3.00 p. m.
East Kootenay
9th Annual Fair
A Large List of Prizes.    Splendid Attractions and
Two Days of Gelling Together for Entertainment
and Instruction Assured
Sec.
Class 1—Draft horses 1M0 lbs. and ap.
1—Stallions Clyde or Shire, over two
years      $10.00
Sec- 2—Stallions, Belgian or Percheron,
over 2 years  10.00
Sec. 3—Mare with foal at foot......   $10.00
$8.00
Sec. 4—Mare or Gelding 3 yrs. or over 7.00
Sec. Si-Fllly or gelding 2 yrs or over 6.00
Sec. 6—Filly or gelding 1 yr. or over 5.00
Sec. 7—Foal of 1918  4.00
Sec. 8—Team ln Harness  12.00
Class 2—Agricultural horses 1800 to 1600
8.00
$8.00
400
3.00
3.00
2.00
6.00
-Mare with Foal at foot......    $10.00
7.00
5.00
6.00
4.00
12.00
$ 8.00
6.00
5.00
4.00
3.00
10.00
$ 8.00
6.00
6.00
4.00
3.00
10.00
$6.00
4.00
3.00
3.00
2.00
6.00
Sec 1
Sec. 2—Mare or gelding, 3 yrs. or over
Sec. 3—Filly or gelding 2 yrs. or over
8ec. 4—Filly or gelding 1 yr. or over
Sec. 5—Foal of 1918....
Sec. 6—Team in harness
Class I—Farm Chunks or general purpose horses under 1300 lbs.
Sec. 1—Mare with Foal at foot	
Sec. 2—Mare or gelding 3 yrs. or over
Sec. 3—Filly or gelding 2 yrs. or over
Sec. 4—Filly or gelding 1 yr. or over
Sec. 5—Foal of 1918	
Sec- 6—Team In Harness	
Class 4—Roadsters
Sec. 1—Mare wtth Foal at foot....
Sec. 2—Mare or gelding 3 yrs. or over
Sec. 3—Filly or gelding 2 yrs. or over
Sec. 4^-Filly or gelding 1 yr. or over
Sec 5—-Foal of 1918..	
Sec- 6—Team In Harness	
Class 6—Dray aad Delivery Horses
Class 6—Saddle Horses
Sec. 1—Mare   or   gelding   15   hands or
over    $ 7.00
Sec, 2—Mare or gelding under 15 hands   7.00
Sec. 3—Saddle Pony (with boy or glrlup)
4.00
Sec. 4—Saddle Horse or Pony with lady
rider            4-00
Class 7—Dray and Delivery Horses
Sec. 1—Heavy Dray Horses in harness to
suitable rig    $ 8.00
-Sec. 2—Light Delivery Horse in harness
..to suitable rig         8.00
DEPARTMENT II—CATTLE
Class 7—Shorthorns, Registered
Bee. 1—Bull 2 year or over    $10.00
See. 2-—Bull 1 year and under 2....       7.00
Sec «*-Bull tinder 1 year  6.00
-Sec-s^Cow 2 years or over.,       7.00
Sec- 6—Heifer under 2 year        5.00
Clais 8—Herefords, Registered
$4.00
3.00
3.00
$.00
2.00
5.00
$4.00
3.00
3.00
2.00
2.00
5.00
$3.00
3.00
2.00
2.00
$400
4.00
$6.00
3.00
2.00
8.00
2.00
$10.00
7.00
6.00
7.0*
100
Sec. ".--.Bull 2 year or over
•:>Bac' 2—i-Bull 1 year and under 2. .i..
r.ata. *~-4Ml tinder 1 year , ,*-..
. ija-jifj'Os-sjrit-reaWsi or ov er.... .,,...•„
-.Sao, *-*Botfer tinder ,2 year	
'Bee 1—Bull 2 year or over. :" tlo.00
Sec. 2-~Bull 1 year and under 2;.--.        7.00
Bee 3—Bull under 1 year.......i..       5.00
Sac. 4—Ctyw2y«arsorover...,.^..      7.00
Bee 5—Heifer under 2. year ,-..       5.00
Class 10—Beef Cattle Grades
Sec. 1—Steer 3 year or over     .     $8.00
Sec. 2—Cow Fat 3 years old or over..     8.00
Sec. 8---Cow with calf at toot S.       8.00
See. 4—Steer or heifer 2 years under 3      8.00
' Sec. 6—Steer or heifer 1 yr. under 2..       5.00
Sec 6—Calf under 12 months        4.00
$6.00
3.00
1.00
S.00
2.00
»S.00
S.00
2.00
3.00
3.00
SM0
4.00
4.00
4.00
3.00
2.00
Class 11—Registered Dairy Breeds, Holsteias
Sec. 1—Bull over 2 years..........,   $10.00   $6.00
Sec. 2—Pull under 2 years i,.       7.00     4.00
Sec. 3 Cow over 2 years a..      7.00    4.00
Sec. 4—Cow under 2 years :..      6.00    8.00
Sec 6- Calf under 12 months...."!'..       4.00     2.00
Class IS—Ayrshire*
Sec. 1—Bull over 2 years     $10.00   $6.00
Sec. 2—Bull under 2 years       7.00     4.00
Sec. 3 Cow over 2 years ,,- -       7.00     4.00
Sec. 4—Cow under 2 years        5.00     3.00
Sec. 6—Calf under 12 months....;..       4.00     2.00
—-   Class IS—Dairy Shorthorns
Sec. 1—Bul) over 2 years |.,   $10.00   $6.00
Sec 2—Bull under 2 years <..      7.00     4.00
Sec 8 Cow ovef 2 years .....{..      7.00    4.00
Sec. 4—Cow under 2 years    ' 11,00    S.00
8m£ i-Ct.lt under 12 months.......      4:00    1.00
Class 14—Jerseys and Guernseys
Sec. 1—Boll over 2 years  V..   $10.00
-Sec. 2r-Bull under 2 years ,..      7.00
Sec 3 Cow ovar 2 years ■;>      7.00
Sec. 4—Cow under 2 years.  6.00
Sec. 6—Calf under 12 months.......      4.00
Class U—Dairy Cattle Grades, Holstela.
Sec 1—Cow In milk S years or over $ 7.00
- Sec. 2—Cow In milk 2 years, under $..      7.00
Sec 3—Heifer 1 year under 2       6.00
Sec. 4—Heifer under 12 months....      4.00
Class W—Dairy Cattle Grades, Jerseys nnd Guernseys
Sec. 1—Cow in milk 8 years or under  $ 7.00   $3.00
Sec. 2—Cow In milk 2 years under, 8..      7.00
Sec. 8—Heifer 1 year under 2. ....<«..      6.00
Sec 4—Heifer under 12 months....      4.00
Class 17—Dairy Cattle Grades, Ayrshire!
Sec. 1—Cow In milk 3 years or over..    $ 7.00
Bee 2—Cow In milk 2 years under 3..     7.00
Sec. 8—Heifer 1 year under 2  6.00
Sec 4—Heifer under 12 months.,..      4.00
Class 18—Dairy Cattle Grades, Shorthorns
(Rot eligible for Beef Class)   •
Sec. 1—Cow In milk 3 years or over..   $ 7.00
Sec. 2—Cow ln milk 2 years under 3..     7.00
* Sec. 8—Heifer 1 year under 2.......       6.00
Sec 4—Heifer under 12 months       4.00
Class 11—Typical Dairy Cows
■  (Cohiiled to owners of not mote than t Cows
Seel—Typical Dairy Cowb..   $7.00   $6.00   $2.00
Cows entered for this class may
also enter In their own breed class
til open competition.
DEPARTMENT $—SHEEP
Sec 1—Reg. aged Ram over 12 mbn.   $
Sec. 2—Reg. Ram tinder 12 months,.
Sjmv 9—DAfftstAfKrl Slv*   . . I '
$6.00
4.00
4.00
S.00
100
$3.00
800
2.00
2.00
8.00
200
2.00
$1.00
S.00
2.00
200
$8.00
8.00
2.00
200
Sec. 8—Registered Ewe
Bee. 4—Registered Ewe lamb.. Ai.
Sec 6—Grade Ewe. 7..
Bee. 6—Grade Lamb Ewe or Wether.
Sec 7—Grade Wether over 12 months
Class 21—Any other breeds
Sec- 1—Reg. Ram over 12 months..   $
Sec. 2—-Reg- Ram under 12 mons	
Sec 8—Registered Ewe  ,
See. 4—Grade Ewe or Wether......
(Ooatian-ai on gage 4)
7.00
6.00
6.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
7.00
5.00
6.00
4.00
$$.00
$.00
3.00
2.00
2-00
too
2.00
$3.00
2.00
too
too*
To Miners,
Contractors, Etc.
A Contract for driving 500 feet of Tunnel, size 10x12
feet and 600 feet of Crosscut, else 8x9 feet, at the Sullivan Mine, Klmberley, will he made with responsible
parties- Specifications may be obtained on- application
to the undersigned.
A further contract of 600 feet of both tunnel and cross-,
cut will be considered on completion of the above.
THE
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
Superiotendent
SULLIVAN MINES, KIMBERUEY, B.C
St. Hilda's Collet  for Girls
CALGARY, ALBERTA
The College offers a thoroughly modern education, with
preparation tor all Unlverlsty examlnatoins at a moderate
cost. Backward pupils receive.Individual attention from
a train staff of graduate teachers and visiting professors.
Numerous examinations successes. Commodious premises admirably adapted for the purpose of a residential
school. References permitted to parents In all parte of
the Dominion. School reopens September 10th, 1018.
For Calendar, Fees etc., apply to
MISS SHIBLEY, B. A* FriaetpaL
SPEND YOUR LABOR HOLIDAY IN
rnie
Biggest Sports Events
EVER I-CLIiBD-OFF IS THE PASS
:. ARRANGEMENTS BIDi» MADE TO BABBLE
J.«a*|4-aM) •< th*
Patriotic Fwst
 '■ '- * " 1-1- '- :   ^ I i
Pernie   •   tabor Day   -   Sports
DON'T FAIL TO BE   IN i FERNIE   ON   LABOR   DAY
A SPECIALITY
One Try Will Convince
You
C. P. R. Watch Inspectors
Rawortk Bros.
N«it i* r-st one*
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
HssU la tht
l>»rlsli Hall
tint Tuesday
afternoon el
tfsrr .a-oatft
St» PJS.
Prw., Mrs. m\
H. Lt •.•ea-
Secy, Mrs. J. W. Burton, P. O. Bex Ml.
AU ladtan wdlsll- tovtttd.
C,
I.AIDLAW ft DETVOLF
eliU sad males Ksftenri
B. C. Und Bsntftrs
CRANBROOK, B. O.
TIIE HOME IIAKERV
stoM.ltmM.rns.
Fresh Bread, Cakes, Pie*
and Pastry
Psoas 17
Norburr Art.      Ops City stall
GURD ft 8PR1
Barristers, Etc.
W. F. Gar!
CRANBROOK, B.C
ia*"**
fl. J. %aNrt
Rrs. Greea ft' MacSlaaoa
rb'slelsas and SargesH
Oftlcf-*t-rwMssc-, Armstreni
Areoue   **S
OFFICE HOURS
forenoons ....... ».M to *«.*S
Afternoons .'......- !.HIo   I.H
Evsntois ......... *.»• to  !.*«
Sundays ■;......... 3.M to   4.80
CHANBHOOK, 8. C.
■r*
RR. F. B. MILES
BWtTIST
' Otllce In Hanson Block
officb itotma
• to 1!. a.m.
1 to   s p.n.
rRAHBROOK. B.C.
CBASMMX   C0TTA6E
logpniL
- PrlfSto Harslag Htfx
Motssed by Provincial Govt,
■stonily sad Oettnl itsntoi
Massaia and Host Can. Hlshtat
ltettrsacts. tone) modsmts.
Apply Mn, A: Cnwfurd. Mstna
PhonsMI I'.O.MW
AddrHs, OardM A«c.
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C. H. Colllit, RUtl
TWttos Sftthtts ceMUNr to-
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Tutts-ty si tvtry .Mail M |
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gUai  MMiktra  es-dtsllr
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CHAS. 8. PABUI
•Mrwsrtllni tad atat-ts-Hlas
Altai tor
tsSMsrltet sad StretaMI Otel
DtiUksXa Oars s •stttolty.
DNtylBg aad TraasfMtfag
«tts ptstopt sttoattos
Tl-e Shoe Specialist
JOR MARAPODI
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HsidqurttrsAtor til I
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V. M. JtACPHEBSON
UBlertaker
rhtas SM
MatiMy s\V% Mn w THURSDAY, AUGUST 2», WW
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
PAGE THREp.
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Bflf
s
Only One Remedy
-Often the strain ot eothts
with -defective vret, Inflames
I   them and ther become Mood
*«hot, or watery and sensl-.
«Mvei; It the eyes art mal-
■formed 'drops' and drugs are
useless, glasses am required.
Detective eyes are responsible for most headaches and.
I -aihost ot functional deraafe-
men'" and nervous tweak-
downe.    Glasses tn the only
(•nutty.    See   Wilson   sad
roull MB.
-4Wl.f>. TOacm
■Id. ePTICUH
mtmeeeemmmsmmtmm
-T'i.
Just Received
A shipment by
express of
CANNING
RACKS
Price $100
t F. PARKS & CO.
-JwiwiKftMill.fcpplks
£lMlrook    -    B.C
Local and Personal
Kllby frames plcturst.
. Automible cylinders re-bored
at the Kootenay Garage.
Got your laces and shoe iiollph ai
the Star Shoe shop, opposite uepot.
Shoe repairs, all kinds.
Shop, opposite depot.
Bring your films for printing and developing to Cranbrook Drug- and- Book Co.
BORN—On Aug. 24th, to Mr.
and Mrs.-James Haley, Of Cranbrook, a son.
Insure with Beale ft Elweli.
Use Ansco Speedex films and
get better results with your pic- j.Drug and Book Co.
tures.     Cranbrook Drug and
Book Co.
Tag Day for the Navy League
-^Saturday, September 7.
Bast Kootenay Fair dates at
Cranbrook—Oct. 2 and 3.
Mrs. W. H. Wilson and daughter returned from their eastern holiday on Tuesday.
Mrs: Wm. Shenfield and son
George spent a few days with
friends in Fernie last week.
Commencing Sept. 2nd we
will open a special printing and
developing   room.   Cranbrook
Merits
of
tfiVAIIR'M
MM KYI
Sei
il'."
ci:."
W.
Tblt boost bit   thi
bappy UttlncUon ot betas  tht- fsvarltt etop-
plof ptoct M Spobant
. lor th* stopls of Brltlsb
'-OthNSkls Wt apvr.clsts
this palmists sad do
. •fsssnhtoi la oar power
to asto yoa coafortablt.
.Our tism-lon It eicellent —
thst to Brest Northers Station
tal O. W..R. * N.-Htlwsukt.
torasioal, aod within a mltuta't
•Hft from tht principal butnttt
tad pltett of essuteaeat.
See SIomssMb ea Beef
HWHITI'11
PrVWC MACHINES
bmi w ea-iaM   .
torn OMMOMM MOMSs*
WHA. GIVE YOU
COMFORT
■■ nu AND
REAL PIslABURI
WHILE SEWING
C*aV*ouablak of wy reeae* why
ihaM slMa-W satt be eae 1st your
If year Beef Irak* aet It tttetaltd
to by W. J. Henry tf Craseree*, t|d
Beefs ef every description -tpttrtd sad
coated vrllb Imprend Asphalt Ce».
est sM-vfsmswr-sjriit,
MM ttt 100 sqMi*- feet.
Mr. C a Brown and Miss
Hilda Joule, daughter of the
late A. J. Joule, of BaynesXake
were united in marriage, on the
22nd' of August st Fernle.
John Nipper, an enemy alien
at Waldo, was fined $26 for
hfflhg torspwt.
• The Kootenay Garage Has recently installed a cylinder re-
boring machine and are now
prepared to re-bore cylinders of
all sizes on any make of car.. '.-
rot The" monthly meeting of the
W. A. to thtr GV W. V. A. wl|l-
b^;l\e|f|;)n*;'the Veterans' parlor* on .Tuesday, September 8,
at 8. p. m.
Mont McLennan returned
on Saturday from a visit to the
Maritime Provinces.
" Shorthand, Typewrlttas and Book-
keeplni st King Edward's School. Day
clsstn, I12.M t month; Evening classes, 16.00. Plivktt lessons by ar-
ruiemtst.
The Rebekah* of Fernle
made a presentation of four upholstered rockers, very handsome, to the returned veterans.
Miss Ivy Bidder, who spent
several months at St. John, N.
B., - recuperating, . returned
home on Saturday.
When
Your Liver Is
out oi Order
You know die sipns— a
heavy head, sick stomach,.
bid tats in the mouth,
latent dyspepsia. Pay strict
attention to these symptoms
and get prompt - relief by
using Beecham's Pills. • A
few doses will stimulate the
liver, help the stomach, regulate the bowels and make
a great difference in votu
general feeling. Nothing
will put you on your feet 60
quickly as a dose or two of
MECHAMS
PIUS
!   Mrs. Van Braam will resume
rher lessons in music and dauc-
ling on Tuesday, Sept. Srd. Konj
| Particulars apply to Bos 428,
1 or phone 404.
i   The regular . monthly- meet-.
ing of the W. C. T. U.wlU be ;
held on ThuPSday.-Sept. 5, at
the home of Mrs. J. F. Smith.
="T
This Week!
The. Maple  Leaf  Rebekah
lodge will hold a picnic on
Wednesday, Sept 11 AU Re-!
bekahs are requested to meet
at the Oddfellows' Hall at 1.80
ln the afternoon. A. McCallum, I
Secretary. S3-2t
I Four dayB' -Carnival, Wed-II
nesday, Thursday, Friday and.)
I Saturday, Aug. 28th to 31st On '■■
i the ground lately occupied by
j the Chautauqua- tent. - Merry-
go-round, Ferris wheel, animal j
• show, Prof. Utell's trained dogsj
j cats, rats and: chickens. Come
I out and mingle with the crowd i
Und have r good time.
' We  endorse  the  following I
from the Fernie Free Press:
It is-reported that a new regi-
at Kitchener.
A small fire occurred onArm-
strong avenue on Monday. A
stable used by Norman McClure
was burned   down. - Cnlldren
DID YOU
EVER TNINK
why thst skin trouble, trom which
you art sotttrlni, will not heal:
It la because It Is to deeply rooted
that ordinary ointments art Incapable of peasfratlng to tbe teat tt
th'e dlssase.   ' .
Zam-Buk, en the contrary, It to
reined that It Is oasablf of raatk-
las the undsrlylnl tlssuto, aid that
Is why to many set of akin trouble, which hare dolled all other
treatment-, .ban yielded to Zam-
Buk.   -
' . Doit-t delay! .Get » tni ot 2tm-
Cuk and proie It tor jsjurtelf. Net
only It It best for ccsttM and all
akin troubles, but also for -ringworm, ulcers, old sores, blood-poisoning, bolls, piles, burns, cuts tsd
all skin Injuries. All druggists or
Zam-Buk Co:. Toronto. 50*.' boi.-S
(or |I.26._ ■
. Bend le. tump ftr potttgt en fret
trial hox.
Nonlaaa Heslauraal
;
Metis at all Beers 1
Cigars, t'araretlee tad fwtdy |
CRANBBOOKBTBBET.
i
ippoaltt the-Bank of Commerre
If vou want satisfaction1
with vour washlns
send It to
MONTANA LAUNDRY |
Soeclal prices for family i
THE NAME
Alvin E. Perkins
wMi tha. to years' of mluable taoto-T
ond other experience, steal for MS-
Itively the hett In tht profetttot tl
Tuning & Repairin
of PIANOS
Honesty of Miroott and OonKtenUous
Workmanship, and strongly endorsed
by the . best . authority In Canada,
piano mahutaaturere who are potl-
tlvely particular where tliey put (belt
signature.
AS follows: Hetntimsa * Co.,
Morris t Karn Co,; Courier Mao
Co., Dominion Piano. Co., - Ntwcombt
Piano CO., Fletcher Bros., Oerhard
Helnttman House, Vancouver, Prof.
J. O. A. Tripp, Vancouver; Mason A
lllach Co.
ATTEOTIOrt-Mr. PerkinsIt tats aw.
tag to lllnete In Ms heat. Mt' will
bt to tts «t*y ut lator thta ■**-
Piano lessons by arrangement. Phone 484, or call at
209 Hanson Ave. Miss Lois
Gamble. 33-4t
Rev. Minis Wright, who has
been, enjoying a month's vacation,, has returned to the city
and will occupy his pulpit next
Sunday.
Klndergtften Onset at King Edward's school, 10 a. m. to 12 noon.
Headings Writing, Drawing, Sewing,
Number work, Singing aad Drill. 15.40
a month (4 weeks) Including mater-
The miners of Fernle have
been given an increase of 25
cents a day. This will prob-
ably-be followed-by an increase
in the price of coal of 25 cents
a ton.
Mr Eaatham, who has charge
of-the. printing and developing
at the Cranbrook Drug Co., has
had-several years expert experience In amateur printing
and developing.
Mrs; .1. T. Sarvis -ahd two
daughters returned on Sunday
trom a prolonged visit to the
east, making a pleasant stay at
Toronto, Wntertown, Winnipeg and' other places of interest.
J'-Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edwards,
Harry Stevens and Miss Chel-
rrilck, all of Wycllffe, returned
home on Strnday evening from
a motor trip to Windermere
and Golden, taking In the Sinclair* Hot-Springs. They report
w-rery "pleasant time.
"The greatest dance of the
season—In the Auditorium.on
fthe-evenlnrgof Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 2. Good floor, good
'music, good company and a
good cause. ' Make one of the
number.
If your subscription is In arrears, It is neither satisfactory
to you nor to the manager ot
of the Herald—.we cannot pay
our debts with subscription accounts, unpaid. Pay up and be
BAppy.
Dave Sutherland and Wv At-
tiidge returned yesterday from
a successful fishing, expedition m«nt ot* "turned soldiers will
tako-aharge of the Internment
camp at Morrissey. That ls
a move ln the right direction.
It is time for.the meal ticket
officers and privates to hand
over their shell proof Jobs to
the men Who carried the flag!
playing with matches is sup- fnrougb mudi Wood and nd,
posed to have been the cause of; in prance
the fire.
~"~* Pernie   Free   Press:    One!
On July 31st, 1818, the City Ulght recently- a certain man
of Cranbrook had not only paid! who has a large cache ot boose!
off its entire indebtedness to in Fernie discovered that some \
the ban k and had met. all Its de-; body had got away with two j
benture obligations to that;cases of the liquor. He there-
date, but in addition had cash.1 fore decided  thst he  would
on hand and In the bank to the
-mount of over 112,200. South
Vancouver papers please copy.
Labor Day next Monday.
The event of the day will be
the dance in the Auditorium in
the evening to provide smokes
and other cheerful-necessities
for the boys at the front,- -Who
are now doing such hard and
successful fighting tor us, compelling the Huns tor dance the
goose step backwards. ■',
The leading officers of the
Salvation Army for Canada
west (Commissioner and Mrs.
Sowton) will visit this city on
Monday, Sept. 9th, -and will
give a lecture on "Some lessons
from the war" in the S. A' citadel on Hanson Ave., at 8 p. m.
This lecture will be helpful and
Instructive and a real hearty
invitation ls extended to all.
Brigadier McLean, from Vancouver, will preside.      33-3t
watch' the following' night and.
capture the thieves. Soon af-,
ter dark he took up his guard
duty, but the night was cold
and chili -and from, time to
time he would fortify himself j
for the occlusion until at length |
he fell asleep. Whet, he a-j
woke he discovered to his chagrin that 12 more esses had
disappeared while he' slept.
We invite the Ladies of
Cranbrook and District to come
and see the Newest Creations
of Fall Skirts.
They are beautiful, made of
the very best material, thoroughly! dependable workmanship and at prices that are not
at all unreasonable.
Next  week   we will feature
Fall Coats
DO'NT FAIL TO SEE THEM
The Navy League of Canada
would be glad of the-names'of
any sailors from Cranbrook
and district who have enlisted
in the Royal or Canadian .Navies and are now serving onHhr i
Majesty's ships in any- pttrt of
the world. Tbe League Intend1
to despatch parcels to reach
them by the Christmas, seasoni
Any one ln this district having
relations serving the Btrmli
ln this way-will oblige by sending their names to the chair,
man of the Cranbrook and District Branch, care of the Canadian Bank of Commerce, Cranbrook. B. C.
"OomeaHmgandseeme die'
excitedly called outs Chinaman j
at Wattaburron SSnday to bis
brother Chinese. He then cut
hlrMehttwIth a hlg butcher knife, Inflicting several severe cuts
on his face and neck, but he
didnt die. He was rushed to tha
hospital and under Dr. McKln-
non's care he. is recovering,
but be will look like as If he
were scored like a rasher of
bacon. ' He had been In Cranbrook and had.received a letter containing-bad news from
his family In China, which was
the cause ot his great depression. He was a.good worker
and ordinarily Inoffensive.
SOUTH  EASTERN   BRITISH
COLUMBIA ::
WE MASE A SPECIALTY OF FINE
JOB PRINTING
CITT PAT MrtET
Manning, $30.45: Metals Limited, 36.60; McBride 1. D., $18;
GILLETTS
LYE
The following accounts were MeCTeery Bros., $1.20; F. Parks
passed at the last meeting of £ Co., $13798; Patmore Bros..
the city council: $13.25;  Sullivan Quick Print,
J. A. Arnotd, $6.25; Beattie- $29.50;  Sundry payment8,$54-
Murphy Co, $3.80; Buireugbs *«'■ Tn%^ieJ^ 'tZ°l«'
. ' ... J, /, mckn 'mens Compensation, $90.50;
Adding   Machine   Co,, $6.00; Schoo|s  $J 27037; clty   owl.
Cranbrook Cartage Co., $89.20; claiSi $277.50; Fire Department
Cranbrook Livery, $2.00: Cran- $315.00   Engineer's Departm't,
brook Drug and BookCe.*1.60, $382.00;    Police   Department.
Cranbrook Bakery and Confec- $335.00.
tionery,. $8:40; Cranbrook Her- 	
aid, $68.00; Cranbrook Sash A     The enemy troops   made   a
Door Co., $118.16;  Cranbrook, frantic effort to reach the nor-
ElwttlC-Ugbt,' »i96.46; City them bank of the Aisne, but
Transfer, $77.70; Fort   Steele many of them failed to reach
Livery, $15.00; Hanson Garage their objective; they were mow-
$15.10; fmperiaOil Co., $17-84;  ed down by General Foch's art-
Keuffel   tt   Esser   Co.,$16.80; ,inery.
$19.15; King's Printer. $36.25;  FLASHES
WANTED—More advertisers ln
the Herald. If yo-i have anything to sell and are willing to
sell It at a reasonable price, it
will pay you to advertise that
tact In the Horald. The same
thing applies if you want to buy
anything, or If you have lost or
found anything. Our rates for'
classified ads have been made
very liberal. A small ad will
bnng you big returns.
I^LllfrP
Auditorium Theatre
TWO    COMMENCING
NIGHTS      FRIDAY
THE GREATEST MYSTERY
SHOW ON EARTH
-' UL TBI W011D LOVES 1STTSXCBT
PluVYBBt iii,  THE   LARGEST   CITIES   OF   THE   DOMINION
<  B!BICT-*>e* TKE>«U5D THE .TBI, t »LGiBI .LBEITA
Sept 6th
THeSUPER MIND. Th« MXN* WHO'KNOWS
* and his Company of Wonder Workers
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THE CRANBROOK HORALD
THURSDAY, AUGUST 29,111$
Sec   B—Grade 15we or Wether tinder  12
months         4-00     2.00
(lass 22—Fat Sheep
Sec. 1—Best 2 wethers on ground..    $ 7.00   $3.00
Sec   2    Best 2 fat ewes on ground..        700     3.00
Class 23—Goats
Sec. 1-Best Angora Goats (2)    $7.00   $3.00
Sec   2--Best Dairy Goats (2)     '   7.00     3.00
DEPARTMENT 4-SWINE
Class 24—Baton Bred Berkshire*
Sec. 1-Reg. Boar over 12 months....$ 7.00   $3.00
Sec. 2—Reg. Boar under 12 months..       5.00     i.vv
Sec. 3-Reg   Sow over 12 monthB..        7.00     3.00
Sec  4—Reg. Sow under .12 months..        4.00     i.wi
Sec  5—Litter of pigs, 3 months or under
eligible for registration when dam
is shown in Sec. 3—certificate of
serv|ce           5-00      2-00
Class 25—Yorkshires and Tamworths
Sec. 1—Reg. Boar over 12 months... $ 7.00   $3.00
Sec   2—Reg. Boar under 12 months..        5.00     2.00
Sec   3—Reg. Sow over 12 months..        7.00     3.00
Sec   4—Reg. Sow under 12 months..        4.00      2.00
Sec  5—Litter of pigs, 3 months or under
eligible for registration when dam
is shown in Sec. 3—certificate of
service           5.00     2.00
(lass 86—Grades of Baton Brcds, Berkshlres, Yorkshires and Tamworths
Sec. 1—Best Brood Sow over 12 mons.    $ 5.00    $300
Sec. 2—Beat Brood Sow, ti months tinder
See. 3—Litter of Pigs (Dam shown in Sec.
i.   5.00      3.00
Pigs must show evidence of being
shired by registered Boar.
Class 27—Grades of l.ur-l Hogs, Poland Chinas and
lluroi- Jerseys
Sec. 1—Best Brood Sow over 12 mons.    $ 5.00    $3.00
See   2—Best  Brood Sow over 6 months
under 12            400     2.00
Sec. 3—Litter  of  Pigs   (Dam shown,,ln
See. 1) Pigs must show evidence
of being shired by registered Boar
Kit tries in each class must show Breed type.
Class 2S—Market Hogs
See. 1—Best couple young Sow or Barrows
150 to 225 lbs         8.00     4.00
(5 entries to qualify)
Sec   2—Best ti marketable Hogs of 1918   (SPECIAL)
BF. A BOOSTER—ESTER    YOUR   STOCK    ABTD
BOOST FOR EAST KOOTENAY
DEPARTMENT V.—POULTRY AND
PET STOCK
All Poultry must have the legband numbers
Poultry fed and watered free
Classes 29 to 52 will each be divided into five sections.
Sec. 1—Cock
Sec. 2—Hen
Sec 3—Cockerel
Sec. 4—Pullet
Sec. 5—Pen of male and three female
Birds may be entered as a pen and each individual
In the pen will be allowed to compete in Its own section.
One ribbon will be offered in each section, all
through the poultry classeB.
in classes 29 to 52 a cash prize of 50 cents goes
with the first prize ribbon In sections 1 to 4 and a
cash prize of $2 with the first prise ribbon In section 5.
Five or more entries     let.   $1     2nd.   60c.
Important! AU poultry for exhibition must be tn
the poultry building not later than ten o'clock on the
first day of the exhibition.
ASIATICS
Class 29.—Brahinas, Cochins sad Langsbans.
AMERICANS
3D—Plymouth Rocks, barred
.11—Plymouth Rocks, white
.12—Plymouth Rocks, any other variety
83—Wyandottes, white
34—Wyandottes, any other variety
  85—Reds, single comb
3«—Reds, rose comb
ENGLISH
37—Orpingtons, white
8S—Orpingtons, buff
38a—Orpingtons, any other variety
39—Cornish, any color
MEDITERRANEAN
40—Leghorns, 8. C. white
41—Leghorns, S. C brown
42—Leghorns, any other variety
18—Mlnorcas and Anconas
44—Sicilian Buttercups
45—Any other variety Mediterranean
GAME
46—Old English or Pit Game
47—Any other variety Game
BANTAMS
48—Featherlcgged Bantams
49—Cleanlegged Bantams
60—Game Bantams
MISCELLANEOUS
51—Polish, Faverole and Hoadan
62—A. O. V. Poultry, not classified above
('lasses 53 to 57 will each be divided into two sections: Sec. 1, Male; Sec. 2, Female; with one ribbon
to each section.
A cash prize of $1 goes with the first prise ribbon
in each section.
ORNAMENTALS
5.1—Guinea Fowl and Pheasants
DUCKS
54—Houen Rucks
56—Pekln Ducks
56—Indian Runner Ducks
67—Ducks, any other variety
Each class for Geese and Turkeys will be divided
into two sections.    Sec. 1, Male; Sec. 2, Female.
There will be one ribbon in each section and a cash- ,
prize of $1.50 with the first prize ribbon In each case.
GEESE
58—Toulonse Geese
59—Geese, any other variety
TURKEYS
60—Bronze Turkeys
61—Turkeys, any other variety
62—Best two male or female pare bred live fowl
for table
68—Best two male or female erosses Uve fowl
for table
All eggs laid during the exhibition will have their
fertility destroyed and become the property of the
management.
All birds must be provided with leg bands and the
number of the band must be entered on the entry
form. Poutry will be fed free of charge. The poultry Superintendent will be in sole charge and exhibits must not be handled or otherwise Interfered with
without his consent. '  '•
Class 64—Dressed Poultry and Eggs
Poultry must be exhibited undrawn, and feathers
must not be plucked from the head or upper portion
of the neck. Birds with breast bones broken, part
of same removed, or the carcase otherwise tampered
with, will be disqualified All birds most have been
thoroughly fasted and no bird will be allowed to compete if feed is In the crop.
All birds must be killed by dislocating the i
r
by bleeding through roof of tbe mouth.     Birds that
are rendered unsightly will not be allowed to compete.
Two prizes of $1.00 and 50c. in each section:
Heavy Breeds—Asiatics
Sec. 1—Best two hens
Sec. 2—Best two pullets or cockerels
Heavy Breeds—Clean Legged, 'Yellow Flesh
Sec. 3—Best two hens
Sec. 4—Best two pullets or cockerels
Heavy Breeds—Clean Legged, White Flesh
Sec. 5—Best two hens
gec, 6—Best two pullets or cockerels
Game and Cornish
Sec. 7—Best two hens
Sec. 8—Best two pullets or cockerels
Small Breeds—Mediterranean and the like
Sec- 9—Best two hens
Sec. 10—Best two pullets or cockerels
Miscellaneous
Sec. 11—Best pair of broilers (under 3 lbs the pair)
Sec, 12—Best pair of squabs
Sec. 13—Best two young duckB
Eggs
Sec: 14—Best dozen white eggs
Sec. 15—Best dozen dark eggs
Eggs td be judged by B.C. Poultry Association score
Class 65—Pet Stock
A prize of $1.00 in each section
Sec. 1—Pigeons. Homers, pair
Sec. 2—Pigeons, Fantails, pair
Sec. 3—Pigeons, Tumblers, pair
Sec. 4—Pigeons, any other variety, pair
Sec. 5—Canaries, crested, cock
Sec. 6—Canaries, crested, hen
Sec. 7—Canaries, any other variety, cock
Sec 8—Canaries, any other variety, hen
Sec. 9—Belgian Hares, pair
Sec. 10—Flemish Giants, pair ,
Sec. 11—Rabbits, any other variety, pair
DEPARTMENT VI—FRUIT AND FLOWERS
All exhibits must be ln place by 9 P^ M. Oct. 1st
FRUIT
Two prizes ln each section 1st      2nd
Best plate in each section     $2.00   $l.oo
Best box in each class      3.00     i.w
Class 76—Early Winter Apples
Sec. 1—Plate of Kings
Sec. 2—Plate of Jonathans
Sec. 8—Plate of early Winter Apples
any other variety
Sec 4—Box of early Winter Apples, any variety
Class 76—Fall Apples
Sec. 1—Plate of Duchess
Sec. 2—Plate ot Red Astrakhans
Sec. 3—Plate of Mcintosh Reds
Sea 4-^-Plate of Wealthy
Sec. 6—Plate of Gravensteln
Sec. 6—Plate of Fall Apples, any other variety
Sec. 7—Box of Fall Apples, any variety      _        .
SPECIAL—6 box display of Fall Apples,$15.00J10.00
Class 77—Crab Apples
Sec. 1—Plate of Hyslops
Sec. 2—Plate of Transcendent
Sec. 8—Plate of any other variety Crab Apple
Sec. 4—Box of Crab Apples, any variety
Class 78—Pears
Sec 1—Plate of Bartlett
Sec 2—Plate of Clapp's Favorite
Sec. J—Plate of Flemish Beauty
Sec. 4—Plate of any other variety Pear
6—Box of Pears, any variety
CIAL-Best display of five varieties       ■
of Fruit fHLOO   $6.00
Class 79—Flams  .    .    .
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Sec 2—Plate of Bradshaw Plums ,...«.-■■
Sec »—Plate of Pond Seedling   ^
flee -4—Plate of Lombard
Sec. ft—Plate of Yellow Egg
Sec. 6—Plate of Columbia
Sec 7—Plate of Bnrbank
Bee. 8—Plate ot Green Gage
Sec 9—Plate of any other variety of plum
Sec 10—Box of Prams, any variety
Class 80—Flowers and PlanU
Two'prizes of $1.00 and 60c. in each section
Sec. 1—Asters, 3 distinct colors
Sec, 2—Stock, 3 separate spikes
Sec ft-Pansies
.Sec A—Sweat Peas, 6 distinct colors, 12 spikes of
each color'
Sec. 6—Sunflower, 1 head on full length stem
.Sec. 6—Geranium, 1 plant
Sec 7—Any other variety foliage plant
Sec 8—Fern, 1 plant
Sec. 9—-Any other variety foliage plant
Sec. 10—Bouquet cut flowers
-Sec 11— Bouquet wild flowers and foliage
Class 88—Cheese
One Cheese under two lbs. in weight
to be exhibited by tbe maker who
must reside in the Kootenays     $3.00   $2.00
,     Class 84—Batter
To be exhibited by the producer
Sec. 1—Three 1 lb. Dairy Prints    $200   $1.00
Sec. 2—Crock of Dairy Butter not less
than 6 lbs. In weight  2.00     1.00
Sec. 8—Best Display of Dairy Products     8.00     2.00
Class 86—Honey
Sec 1—Five sections of comb honey..    $1.50   $1.00
Sec 2—Extractd Honey, about 10 lbs.       1.60    1.00
8ec- 8—Display of apiary products, including small observatory hive and
bees.......'.-.      3.00. -
All Honey must be exhibited by the producer
DEPT VIIL—VEGETABLES AND ROOTS;
GRAINS AND GRASSES
Class 87«— Vegetables and Roots
Sec. 1—Best tt bushel potatoes    $8.00   $2.00
Sec: 2—Best collection of potatoes named varieties,
five of each variety    12.00     1.00
Two prises of $100 and 60c in each section below.
Sec 8—Turnips, table, 6.
Sec. 4—Turnips, Swede,5.
Sec 5—Carrots, table, 5.
Sec. 6—Carrots, Stock, 5. o
Sec. 7—Parnsnips, 6.
Sec. 8—Cabbage, 3. ...»
Sec 9—Brussels Sprout, 2 stalks. j
Sec 10—Cauliflower, 2.
Sec.. 11—Corn, sweet, 6. ears.
Sec. 12—Green Kale, 2 heads.
Sec. 13—Cabbage red, 2.
Sec. 14—Beet,table, 6 round.
-  Sec 16—Beet, table, 6 long.
Sec. 16—Mangolds, 6.
-Sec 17—Celery, & bunches.
Sec 18—Chard or Spinach Beet, 2 heads.
See-' 19—Lettuce, 2 heads loose.
Sec. 20—Lettuce, 2 heads ball.   '
Sec 21—Radish, 12 summer.
Sec 22—Radish, 6 winter. 1- '
See. 21—Squash, 1. .
Sec 24-^Pumpkin, 1     . ■
Sec 25—Cucumber, table 2.
Sec. 26—Watermelon, 1.
Sec. 27—Muskmelon or cantaloupe, 1.
Sec. 28—Citron, 1
See. 29—Tomatoes, plate of .6
■r'    Every 10c
Packer of
WILSON'S
FLY PADS
III Kill MOW! PLIES THAN
Sg""W0IHH   OF   ANY
STICKY i i y lAKHIP
Clean to handle. Sold by all Drug-
lists, Grocers and' General Stores.
WANT ADS.
The rates for advertisements is this column eager a elsaslfled Seal li as
follows! Three Uses, one Insertion fer 25c, three Insertions of the same
ad. 50c. 'auger ads Is properties...
THE STAB SECOND HAND STOBE
List of  Bargains  this   Week.
ART  HURON  HEATER
condition as new; |30.
-CoBt  »64,
TENT-14H2, only been used once; (22
BICYCLE—In   good   condition,   tor
sate cheep.
WABDNEB NOTES
A UOOD RANGE of heaters from *3
up.
C. M. Pennock, J. B. Feldhausen and George Lesselyong
made a touring trip to Cranbrook Monday.,   ,. .
Mrs. Wm.' Moore and chlld-
• ren returned home to Barons,
. Alra..-s. f,ew days ago, after having spent a week with her parents Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Haney.
Miss Mary Terrace spentSun-
day and Monday In Wardner
visiting at the home of Miss
Dorothy Feldhausen.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Moore and
son left Saturday for the coast,
: where they will spend a few
| weeks visiting.
Be sure and buy a ticket for
; the big Red Cross dance at
| Wardner, Friday, Aug. 30th.
I Wallinger's Orchestra, from
\ Cranbrook, will furnish the mu-
t sic. Come andVJiave a good
I time.
The following Wardner peo-
I pie were visitors in Bull River
on Sunday: Mr and Mrs. Gene
! Stone, Frank and Tony Thom-
| son, Bill Smith and John Haf-
I stad.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Brown,
and Mr. and Mrs. B. Thompson motored to Cranbrook on
i Saturday evening.
MANDOLIN—Cost $16; bargain $8.
RIFLE—English make, cost $25, bargain $10.
WANTED—Nurse girl. Apply to Mrs.
B. E. Howard, Burnell Ave.    2$-tl
RABBITS    FOR
SALE—Phone   167
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DRY WOOD FOR SALE-Qulck delivery. Phone 183 or 72. SO tf
FOR SALE—Frost and Wood Binder and Mower, ('ranbrook Trading
Co. SO-tt
SAWING OUTFIT FOB, SALE —Sll
horsepower gasoline engine and drag
saw tor cutting wood.   C. Qodderlc,
FOR SALE—Mason ft Rlsch piano
and stool; $126.00 cash tor quick
sals. Apply A. Hailing, city. (1-SVp
FOR RENT OR SALE—Modern houee
i'Iiihi- In. Apply P. O. Box HI or 18$
•PHE STAR SECOND HAND STORE   Armtlrorv Ave. 81-tf
KITCHEN RANGE—Cost $64; $28.
has moved to a more convenient location, nearer Baker street, nest to
Patmore Bros.
WANTED- -Second  hand piano In
kooiI condition; a good sounding piano suitable lor hall. Address Bot
FOR SALE OR TRADE for heifer cal- 23, Jaffray. 31-tf
ves—1 berkshlre sow, 15 mouth.] old,
t- Yorkshire sow, 10 months old. Cord-
wood, $2.60 rick. Q. Baldwin.    SS-lt-P,
LOST—Sometime ago, a wedding ring
18k.   Finder please nrtttrn lo Herald
LOST—One Strawberry Bonn Horse,: office and receive reward.    31-St-P
full White face. Bmnded I. 8. left hip.
La's! seen Elko, B. C, Reward, Downs
and Relnecke, Flagstone.
WANTED—Boy to Milk a tew cows
and assist tn the garden. Apply Box
72, Herald office. 38-tf
CANARIES COR SALE—Oood aottg-
stcr, Apply 8. Fyles, st the Postotfloe.
 ac-(t-p.
COTTAGE   FOR  RENT-Furolsbe-I
or Unfurnished. "O" Herald Office.
32-Jt-p.
WANTED —
Phone 74.
Second hand furniture.
33-tf
FOR SALE—Within 1 mile of Cranbrook postofflce, 6 1-2 acres all under
WANTED—To purchase, a good sec- cultivation, Irrigated; bounded by Joa-
ond hand range.    Phone 74. I eph creek on one side, Btgnt roomed
—— i house and outbuildings, also three
TEAM OF HORSES FOR SALE—' roomed cottage on property. Prte-
Percheron, weight about 2600, mare: ent rent rent from property as swr.
and gelding}. 6 years old. Also good ket garden over $10*;**. Will, itjn
harness and wagon. All to be sold $2,000- cash; terms arranged tt re-
chesp for cash. 31 -3t-p    | quired.    Apply P. O. Box 4«», Cran
brook. 32-tt
LOST—-Brown Persian  kitten, ana-
were to the name of "Sammy."   Any- WANTED—600
body harboring seme after appear-
to
new subscribers
the CRJibrook Herald, any
ance of this notice will be liable te male or female,- .must be pro-Ally,
prosecution. T. D. Caven. Hanson $2 a year In advance. Send it to roar
Ave. friends.    Do It uow. ,
I.    ...oteeet
23L.    «)BT 8TEEIE NOTES        •
Aug. 14.—The following list
j of subscribers to the Patriotic
!Fund.was submitted for pub-
Becre^aryr '■ -"--
B, U T. palbralth. wWa.
Hair, $10.00; H. Kershaw,$2.60
a..&>9*KK,MMi A. J- Ores,
$1.00; Mrs. Cann, 50c.
Mr. and Mrs. A- B. Fenwlck
and Miss Rose Fenwlck motored through Fort Steele on their
way to Cranbrook yesterday | p2d!
morning. Miss Fenwlck has
lately arrived from school in
England.
Corporation of  the City  of   ranbrook
Notice of Tax Sale
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faMft.
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sCSC
Word was received last week
of the death of Thomas Chls-
holm, son of Mr, and Mrs. A.
Chisholm, while fighting in
France. T. Chisholm was
well known and liked ln Fort
Steele and-..district..and his
death came as a shock to most
people. Deepest sympathy Is
expressed for.those he left at
home.        ,7
Mrs. Hendtjw-u- and family
returned .from Ball River last
week- • - ,:
Mr. and Mrs. F. Blnmore
and Mr. Innocent, of Fort
Steele, motored to Cranbrook
Monday.
.JJany tourists are .motoring
^tbroijgh Fort Steele ou their
way,to. Cranbrook-or~ Windermere. . ..." _<v _-, - !
"JdrsjjW.. Marsdiri, . of Biill
RJvgj-,, i|^e gugsi of Mrs. R.
Henderson"
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to the provisions ot the "MSB-
IcIpal.Act" and Amending Acts, and of the resolutions of the Municipal Onset) of tbe Corporation ot the city ot Cranbrook paased oa the 10th day tt Jslr,
1818 and the 22nd day ot July, 1918, 1 wlU.ua Wedaeedar, sfts *th*r/ atftV*-
lt-nktr tM*« 11 o'clock «Ry time, (belajf tea oUo-k Ceasttliae), In
forenoon at the Muntcpal Building, Norbury Avenue Cranbrook, Brttla* (
umbta, offer tor sale by Public Austlon, the lands. Improvements sad teal
property, situated within the Municipality of the Corporation of the CBJ- ot
Cranbrook, and hereinafter set forth, tor delinquent tales and suhSMMsH
taxes In arrears, remaining unpald-ind payable to the Corporation of the CMy
of Cranbrook, by the portions or aasesed owners hereinafter respectively tat
forth, and for Interest, cost, expenses, and commission aa provided hy the
Municipal Act" and Admendlng Acta. It the total amount due be not sosear
THOS. M. BOBEBTS, Collector.
Dated at Cranbrook. B. C. thla 23rd day of July, 1918.
The Corporation of the City of Cranhrook Is ready to receive Information
from any source that sny person having interest ln any of tha wads advertised herein la entitled to protection under the "War Relief Act". Any pawns
having such knowledge Is requested to communicate, Is writing, with tht
Clerk, or Assessor or Collector at the City Hall. Cranbrook, B. C.
Nasw tf Assessed Persons
Meek   let
slat  Taxes  Cestt "Mtl
aad 1st.      sat. dat
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t'AX   year  Fruit  and   Vegetables,
i meot'or ihrh, hy the Steam Pressure
I Syatsm. - Seed tor Catalogue and
| prices of Home and Commercial Can-
! nlng' Plants. Equipment Dept., Vna-
i couver Island Fruit Lands. Limited.
! Belmont Bldg., Victoria, B. 0.
INDIES' AND CHILDREN'S
clothing, socks and stockinrs mended;
bed and table linen end curtains also
mended. MABY- ISABEL- BUTLER,
102 Clsrli-Ave., cor. Louis St.
Ward A. A. .-, 21
Elweli "E. 21
MacDonald A. B 22
Atchison W.J 22
Atchlgon W. 4*. ; »8
Atichlson W. 9 28
Atlehson W. J,'1 23
Murray C. .i;i tt
Phillips T. C.r 2$
Leask Laura 26
Murray J. D 28
Meyers J. P »8
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McCready W 81
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Tyler C. W. ' 81
Walsh W. G. Estate 81
Walsh W. G. Estate  31
Kerry  D.    82
Slielton A. and A >z
Hayward W. O tt
Olendey J. C 18
Oaraffa Carlo »8
McNeill B. 8. '«
McDonald and Nlabet  88
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