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THE NATIONAL ADVERTISER
KNOWS THE BEST MEDITO-
HE PATRONIZES TIIE HEBALD
TVM CRANBROOK HERALD
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A PATH POB THE HUM*—
THI IHTIBE8TS Or IRAN.
BBOOI   FOBEKOST   ALWAYS
VOLUME 23
-U4-
CRANBBOOK, B. C THURSDAY, NOV. 10th, 19-21
NUMBER S7
Many Names Added
To Voters' List
Court, of .Revision Opens on
Tuesday of Next Week, Before Judge Thompson
Ref;I titration of voters to be added
to the list for the urban centre of tlie
City of Crnnbrook, closed on Saturday
oventiiK laut week. When Registrar A.
J. Balmont complied hia lists to be
hung up Tor tiiBt-ectltm, lt wub r-und*
tlmi the tuiul reached 1075 naiiiea,
whicli Is u substuntiiil addition ovor
tin. number (.out n .nod ln the lunl revised provincial roll. Court of revision is announced to be held this
Coming week, at the ('(nuthouse,
Cranbrook, before Judge (1. II.
Thompson, aa chief revising officer.
The sittings commence on Tuosday,
Novombor 15th, and continue morning
and aftornoon for tho remainder ot the
woek, nnd on tho following Monday
also, November 21st, following which
Judge Thompson will prepare to issue
the list in Its completed form.
At the court of revision It Is probable that a good number of names will
be struck off for various reasons, and
a few may also be added, Anyone
not yet on may appear before the
judge in person and make application
during the sittings of the court of revision.
All three parties how in the East
Kootenay riding are working quietly.
Liberal and government forces especially are working In the outside
points as well aa in the city. Representatives of the latter were this
week at Yahk, where there ls quite a
heavy vote, and effected valuable organization work. Speakers for public meetings In behalf of Dr. Bonnell
are expected to be announced shortly,
and among them In all likelihood will
■be H. H. Stevens and R, B. Bennett,
of Vancouver and Calgary respectively, both cabinet ministers In the new.
ly reorganized Melghen cabinet. All
. three parties have suffered disappointments owing to the fact that none of
the three leaders are expecting to vis-
It this province during the present
cp.mpaten.
The farmer-labor forces have established themselves In committee
rooms over the Lester Clapp Btore,
and are lining up their campalgn.They
are understood to be making efforts
to secure sneakers from outside on
behalf of their candidate, Mr W. Scott
McDona'd.
ADDKKSS ON "WORLD
OUTLOOK** CLOSES
BAPTIST MEETINGS
Next Meetings of Kootenay As-
soclfltlon to Take Place In
Nelson Next Year
Meetings of the Kootenay Baptist
Association held last week at the local church concluded with an address
on Thursday evening by Dr. N. Wolverton. of Nelson, on "World Outlook," followed by an address by Hev.
J. W. Mich on "Homo Missions."
Other outstanding items on the Association meetlmg program during Ilie
two daps' sessions were the nddresa
by Mr. H. D. Wilson Of Fernle. on
boys' t0i>n nge work, which wns a strikingly efTectlvo resume nr the lint»
Mr. Wilson usos In his succeufnl work
with thc hoys nt Fernlo; ond also the
model girls' class, conducted by Mrs.
P. Constantino, which all are ngr-eod
was a most helpfully conducted session.
Tho final meeting on Thursday evening wns the crowning meeting of the
Association for lutorent and enthus-
•t.-iu The address by Or. Wolverton
on "World Outlook" was Instructive,
interesting nnd optimistic In the highest degree. The progress of missions
Is evidenced not alone nor chiefly by
lhe numlwr of converts from heathenism, but by tho impact which Chrlst-
tlonlty Is making upon hentheii ys-
tems, lt waB pointed out.
Of tho four delegates from China to
tho disarmament conference now in
progress at Washington, every ono
hnB attended n Ohrstfan mission
school. Threo of tho four are graduates of Christian mission schools and
two of the four aro actlvo Christians.
Pr. Wolverton spoke ot tho League
of Nations as nn accomplished fact
and an assured ngenoy In world re-
oonfltruclton, and he was not discouraged by any developments, that might
havo a contrary trend. He felt assured that the conference In Washington would result In an agreement
among the nations for a substantial
reduction of the burdens of disarmament.
After Or. Wolverton's address, Rev.
J. R. Tyner of Nelson wae introduc
ed as the new Moderator of the Association.
After an anthem by the choir and a
generous collection for the expenses
-of the Association had been -taken up,
Rev. J. W. Lltch gave the cjostng address of the Association, on the subject), "Home Missions." Mr. LHch la
Superintendent of Baptist Missions
for B.C. and gave first hand Information as to tbe needs and opportunities. His pnnrjnleal ooUook ima feov*.
MEETING OF C.H.S.
LITERARV   SOCIETY
ON FRIDAY LAST
The second meeting of the High
School Literary Society was held In
the Assembly Hall Friday afternoon
last, when the meeting took the form
of a debate: "Resolved that the city
boy entering the country is more ignorant than tho country boy entering
the city." The affirmative side was
led by Mr. Eric MacKinnon, supported
by Miss Eva Molr, and the negative
Bide by Mr. Barry McDonald, supported by Miss Isabel Parker. Two members of the teaching staff, Miss Agar
and Mr. Baker, kindly consented to
act as Judges.
While tho Judges were making their
decslon Miss Dorothy Hodgson favored tho audience with a recitation entitled "LuHka," which wub well received. Miss Jessie Baynes also rendered a pianoforte solo entitled "Mazurka Melodic."
Tho debate was won by the affirmative side and in giving the decision
Mr. Baker pointed out the main points
In good debating which were very benefice! to all.
The Literary Society are planning
two more debates this term, while the
remaining meetings will take the form
of mock elections and trials, stump
speeches  etc.
MR. LEE EDWARDS IS
DIRECTOR CHOSEN RY
CBK. MUSICAL SOCIETY
A large number of music fans were
In attendance at the meeting of the
Cranbrook Musical Society held in
the Y. M. C. A. on Tuesday evening,
and tlie enthusiasm ln evidence is indicative of a very successful season
tor the newly formed Society.
Reports of the various committees
were received and other business
transactions necessary in a new organization were concluded. The services of Mr. Lee Edwards as musical
director were secured and henceforth
all activities in the musical end of the
Society will be in full chfcrge of Mr.
Edwards.
On being interrogated Mr. Edwards
stated that Cranbrook was certainly
large enough to possess a Society of
this kind and that judging from the
amount of talent In the city there
was no reason why the Cranbrook
Musical Society should not be one
of the most successful organizations
in the city.
A vocal branch will be Included ln
the Society after the membership
campaign has advanced sufficiently.
An Invitation is extended to alt who
are Interested ln the work of the Society and enquiries may be made to
the director, Mr. Lee Edwards, or the
secretary, Mr. F. J. Lodge. Present
members are now on the membership
committee and if anyone la overlooked
the Society wish all Interested to come
forward and take an active part in
the work of the organisation.
The first practice will be held this
evening, Thursday, and the regular
practice night will be Tuesday next at
which It Is expected a good number
will be present.
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SALVATION ARMY
t-UNKBAl NOTICE
Tho funeral service of tlie lato Mr.
Powors who passed awny at the local
hospital on Wednesday, will be conducted by Lieut. L. Kile, at 3 p.m. on
Priday, Novomber llth, at tho parlors
of Hr. McPherson. All Salvationists
and friends are Invited to be present.
METHODIST CHURCH
WEEKLY CALENDAR
Sunday next, November 13th. Services at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Rev.
II. W. Lee will preach.
Tuesday—Young peoples' meeting.
A mock election Is tho program for
the evening. Four candidates have
been nominated. Old and young aro
Invited; come and record your vote.
Thursday.-— United public meeting
In Proebyterten church. (Speaker,
Rev. Dr. Shearer of Toronto, secretary of the Social Service Council of
Canada. Rev. W. T. Tapscott will
preside.
Friday-—Choir rehearsal.
Saturday, November 18th.—Ladles*
Aid Sale of Work, etc.
Preliminary notice—Church anniversary on Tuesday, November 27th.
REQUEST FOR ARMISTICE
DAY HOLIDAY LAID BEFORE SCHOOL BOARD
0. TV. V. A. Feels Keenly Inability of Trustees to Meet
Them tn the Matter
(ul and encouraging.
Then Is no doubt the evangelistic
meetings which preceded the Association mecftngs did much to give spiritual tone and earnestness to the sessions of the Utter.
Rer. J. B. Tyner, ot Nelson was elected Moderator of the Association
and Mr. Ralph Palmer, of Nelson, the
secretary-treasurer. Tne neit meeting will be held In that city, at which
Her. Wl T. Tapscott, of Oranbrook,
■will preach the Jssstotmtsom an
The Editor:
In connection with the observance
of Poppy Day In Cranbrook, a committee on Friday, November 4th, from
the O.W.V.A. and composed of H. B.
Hicks, A. Ashworth and A. F. Crowe,
Interviewed the members ot tlte Cranbrook School Board with regard to
granting the children^! Cranbrook a
holiday on November llth, the anniversary ot the cessation or hostilities
tn the Great War. An alternative
proposal was to arrange for the O.W.
V.A. obtaining the assistance of a
certain number of girls to distribute
the popples to be sold on that duy
The board, consisting of W. H. Wilson chairman, W. A. Nlsbet, E. McPhee, and Mesdames Miles and Jack-
ton, although rather against the Ideas, promised to give them consideration.
On the 7th Instant the following letter wu received by the Association:
The Secretary G.W.V.A.,
City.
Re Poppy Day
Dear Sir,
I am directed by the School Trustees to state that they have given
careful consideration to the requests
of the delegation of your Association
which appeared before them on Friday last in ooilnectlon with the above
matter, and I am to say that in view
of the fact that here Is already one
public holiday provided for ln the
same week and that the principals of
tbe schools disapprove of another holiday, the trustees do not feel Justified ln acceding to your requests:
YourB truly,
Sgd. T. M. ROBERTS,
■*■*   ' Secretary.
Following a meeting of the Association the following reply was directed
to be forwarded to the Secretary of
tho School Board:
Cranbrook, B. C, Nov. 9, 1021.
The Secretary School Board,
City.
Re Poppy Day
Dear Sir,
I beg to acknowledge your letter
of the 7th Instant. I reply I have
been directed to state that the Association (eels very keenly the fact
that your Board seemed quite unable
to realise the significance ot the day
of all'days dearest to the heart of
the Canadian people, Armistice Day,
November llth. By the Board acceding ln part to our request that they
either see their way clear to grant to
th* schools ot Cranbrook a holiday
on Armistice Day, or at least give us
the opportunity to obtain the assistance of a certain number of the girls
from tbe High School on 'that date
to enable the O.W.V.A. to distribute
popples to -all the people of Cranbrook
district, they would certainly have
assisted ns materially In bringing
home to the people Just what Armistice Day and the wearing of the poppy flower on that day means. It might
have been that the Board misunderstood the reason for our request, and
because of the fact that the Association is selling poppy replicas on that
day. thought tbe movement a mercenary one on their part. If the matter
were given any mature consideration
It surely would have been realised
that any monetary viewpoint could
not have entered Into the mind of
the Association, as far as any revenue
tor their personal use Is concerned.
To the men who on November llth
walked Into Mons and other places of
war-famed memory, this slight from
the Board with no consideration for
the feeling of those men who made
the tear of the German heel of militarism a broken bubble for those who
remained at home, ts to be very much
regretted.
To educato the growing generation
ss io the facts which the adult .population should already know, the first
step should most certainly be to inculcate Into their minds the solemnity
of the anniversary of the cessation of
hostilities. Thanksgiving-Armistice
Day, when coming on any other day
than November llth, means absolute*
ly nothing even to ex-service men.
But November llth brings back In vivid relief the wondrous outbursts of
rejoicing which engnlfed the world
when the word was flashed that the
menace of the Hun was no more, due
to the unfaltering allied wall which
so resolutely strove against that awful menace. And that Is what
organizations, such as ours, dedicated
to the memory of the fallen boys and
to obtaining Justice for the living,
are continually striving to accomplish
Surely It should be realized that one
day In a year In which school work
becomes subservient so the passion of
patriotism Is not asking too much
considering other greater sacrifices
made In other days to that same pa,
ston.
The refusal ot your -Board, whether
unanimous or otherwise, to consider
this matter from the standpoint as
outlined above, Is regarded as a slight
. upon the memory of those men who
sacrificed thtlr hopes, ambitions, and
(Ceathsaed m n«* *>
WHAT
PREMIER MEIGHEN
STANDS FOR
"I stum! for unity in Canada,
for solidarity of conditions aud
freedom of enterprise within
our own borders. The lesson
for Canada and the free peoples of the British Ktnpiro is
to avoid the pitfalls of all the
nations which have preceded it
aud sunk Into oblivion, und of
those as well that are writhing
in chaos and suffering. I shall
strive with all my power for
national unity, embracing all
races, languages and creeds. 1
shall fight with all my energy
for national solidarity, for moderation of thought und action,
for orderly progress, for maintenance'of law and order, and
for policies which have brought
us where we stand."
"My aim and object will be
to hold thc balance fairly and
firmly among-ail classes, and
to see, as far as that is possible, that the maximum of
profitable labor may be given
to all our people, and that
they may be encouraged In the
idea which I consider the foundation stone of national success, that Intelligent effort
shall always ibe suitably rewarded, that the men and women of this country may rise in
stature aud improve their
minds and their material condition according to the measure of their endeavors. These
I conceive to be thc highest
alms of statesmanship."
SPECIAL THANKSGIVING
SERVICES IN METHODIST
CHURCH SUNDAY LAST
Tlte Methodist Church celebrated
Thanksgiving on Sunday last when
special services were conducted by
the pastor, Rev. R. W. Lee. The
church was tastefully decorated for
the occasion. The platform waa
arched with evergreens and popples,
and in the centre of the arch was a
panel with the moMfc,"Lest We Forget," which was franfd in evergreens
and .popples. The front of the platform was beautifully adorned with
plants and flowers, 'while the memorial tablet waa garlanded with popples.
At tbe morning service the pastor
gave an address on ",A Thanksgiving
Message." In the evening a "National" service wae held in common with
the churches throughout the Dominion. National hymns were sung, and
all parts of the service dealt with the
spirit of national Intercession. Mrs.
Art. Wallace sang very beautifully
"Closer to Thee."
An eloquent and Inspiring address
vims given by the pastor, Rev. R. W.
Lee, who took for his subject, "For
Qod and for Country." In his address
Mr. Lee showed that all the great
movements of the world were bom
out ot religious convictions. Magna
Charta. the activities of Cromwell,
the story of the Pilgrim Fathers, the
great social struggles of the last 16
or 20 yearB, the bloodless revolution
of Britain during the last few years
were all shown to spring from the development ot Christian Ideals.
On Thanksgiving Day we are compelled to think of Canada's national
glories. We think of her great gifts,
her natural resources, her noble contribution to the Great War, her continued contributions to the solving of
the -world problems, her memory of
Canada's noble dead, but what does all
this lead us to but the tact that Canada as a people is striving for self
realization?
Aa Christianity expended so the old
backward peoples began to grow toward Individual and national self
realization. China has awakened out
ot her long sleep of centuries and Is
feeling her self-consciousness. Japan haa not only awakened, but is up
and in the march. But where to?
Where Ib the self-realization ot these
people going to lead them? The same
thing is true of our great social and
Industrial movement.
The goal must be along the proper
THE MAIN QUESTION
The main question Is, should
we adopt a policy that means
Canada for Canadians or should
we open our gates wide to the
products of other lands, thereby destroying our own markets
by paying our good Canadian
dollars to producers and artisans of foreign countries?
-The issue is clear-cut and definite. Mr. Meighen stands for
Canada, for the sane and reasonable protection of all our industries those of the farm, forest, mine, sea and factory. He
believes ln Canada and her destiny. He ls steadfastly opposed
to the destruction of our home
markets and our home Indus-
B. R. T. AMD L. A. MAKE
PRESENTATION  TO
ESTEEMED MEMBERS!
LOCAL HIGH SCHOOL
HOLDS ITS ANNUAL     '.
HALLOWE'EN PARTI
Silver Wedding of Mr. and Mrs.
P. Dallas Marked In Especially Pleasant Fashion
A very enjoyable social and dance
was given by the Brotherhood of
Railroad Trainmen and Ladles' Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Railroad
Trainmen in the Maple Hall, Friday
evening last, the occasion being the
Silver Wedding anniversary of Bro.
and Sister Dallas.
Bro. J- E. Beaton tilled the position
of chairman very acceptably and after a few fitting remarks called upon
Sister P C. Hartnell to present, on
behalf of the above lodges, a very
pretty silver flower basket as a slight
appreciation of the valuable services
which have hen rendered by Bro. and
Sister Dallas.
The occasion waa also taken advantage of by tl.e Local Lodge, on behalf
of the Orand Lodge, to .present to Bro.
Dallas a twenty-five year membership
button and card.
Bro. Dallas on rising thanked the
members very heartily for their good
wishes and gave some words of very
timely advice to those who had not as
much experience along matrimonial
lines, wheh advice will no doubt 'be
appreciated by all concerned.
The refreshment end of the program
was ln the hands of a very capable
committee composed ot Bros. Wallace
and Lacy and the supper, served "a
la caboose" was enjoyed by all.
The address presented to Bro. and
Sister Dallas read ps follows:
Buckley 5S5
Queen Alexandra 424
Dear Sister and Brother,
It ls my pleasant duty, on behalf of
your friends assembled here tonight,
to remind you that we are not forgetful of the fact that you have turned
a quarter of a century In wedded life.
For years It has been our privilege
to know your household In gonial
friendship. In the varied walks ot
neighborly and social Intercourse you
have contributed abundantly toward
making life pleasant In the circle in
which we have moved. We do not
forget that when the laughter was
merriest your happy presence added
pleasure to the scene and when sorrow visited our homes your words of
consolation and sympathy made Borrow lighter.
Recollecting tha. pleasant years
made agreeable through your acquaintance the B. of R. T. and L. A. to
B. R. T. present to yon this small gift
This gift, a memorial of twenty-five
years of wedlock, Is presented as a
token of the high esteem tn which you
are held by all your friends. May It
adorn your table In the future and
may we look forwad to such a time
when at yonr golden wedding, we
shall, by looking at this gift, be reminded of the scene that took place
twenty-five years before, the delightful occasion which we celebrate tonight.
The Assembly Hall of the Hlgt
School was "en fete" Friday evening
last when the Literary Society entertained tlie school'board and ex-students at a delightful party.
The hall waB beautifully and tastefully decorated with festoons of evergreens among which were entwined
orange and black streamers, while
here and there black cats and witches
glared with piercing eyes.
The program for the first part of
the evening, whicli took the form of a
very Interesting game, was ln the
hands ot Mr. Wilson and Mr. Baker
but owing to Illness Mr. Wilson was
unable to be present .and Mr. Baker,
with the aid of the other teachers and
friends carried the games to a successful finish. The party was divided up Into four colleges: University
of B. C., Manitoba, Toronto and MeOlll. Bach collage was called upon to
send out contestants to take part In
the "track meet," and the college gaining the highest points won the pen-
ant. Manitoba and U. B. C. tied for
first while Toronto and MeOlll tied
for second. This game proved to be
very popular and was enjoyed by all
The mild fall continues, but lt is too
much to hope It will last very much
longer. So far the weather prophets
who prognosticated a hard fall and
winter are oil In their guessing.
Montreal, Que.—Amongst those In
the cabin of the S.S. Corslcan which
arrived here recently was a party of
130 Canadian scbol teachers who
have been louring Great Brittle and
the continent for ths past two months.
Some 35 more who were with the
party when It left Canada, are still
In England and will salt shortly. The
school teachers, who cams from all
parts o fthe Dominion, and represent all grades, were sent on an educational tour by the vsrlout provincial
governments, who made grants for
the purpose. Tbe trip was orgsnized
under the supervision ot ths Federal
Department of Education.
lines and national aspiration must be
detached from selfishness and lt must
take root In the spiritual world.
Th* Disarmament Conference Is
one of the greatest steps in advance
In ths history of governments. We
give it our blessing. War Is Irrational. War Is bell. And the coming
conference ls a mighty forward step.
Disarmament finally lies ln ths real
conception of tb* self-realization of
th* various countries of the world.
Each nation must be abls In part to
preserve not only Itself but the other
nations. Th* Christian nations together must .posses* some Ideal even
bigger than tha mechanical legislation
or resolution regarding disarmament.
They must |po*s*ss |atad develop a
great world-wide Ideal in harmony
with the world self-realization.
The task of the church today Is to
hold up world Ideals. It must show
that a nation only realize* Itself as
It draws lit* and Inspiration from the
depths of spiritual power, tt must
evoke control of that inner world
and bring It to flower through the
conscious life of the nations.
Disarmament lays upon the church
a task of Increasing responsibility.
Thl* new world must recognize the
oneness of humanity. There must be
a strenuous co-operation of movement
of aalversel zsocal aa* spirits*] fore-
iaundy Goes to
The Big Meeting
Tells What He Thinks of The
Liberal Speakers at the Auditorium Last Week
The latter part of the evening took
tbe form of dancing, which was equally as much enjoyed as the games. The
C.R.C. Jazz orchestra composed ot H.
S. students supplied the music and It
Is aald that this orchestra la one of
the best ln the city.
Refrehments were served at 11.16
p.m., and the happy party broke up
shortly before mld-nlght, each on<
wishing that the party was Just starting Instead ot finishing.
C. R. C.   NOTES
»15
We would again draw to the attention of the public the rates of membership fees, Which In view of the many
advantages to be derived from the
Club, are extremely reasonable:
Tear- Quar-
ly  terry
1. Family membership, parents and all children up to 21
years ot age (50
2. single membership, anyone over twenty-one years
where there is a family membership  „£  20
3. Single membership, over
21 years where there is no
family membership   30
4. Junior membership, under 21 wliere parents do not
Join  20
6. Out of town family membership, all members of family regardless ot age, with no
vote ..._  30
6. Out of town family membership, all members of family
regardless of age, with vote   50
7. Out of town single membership with right to vote 20
The next meeting of the Board of
Directors will be held on Tuesday.
Nov. 15, at 8 o'clock In the evening it
the home ot Mrs. (Dr.) Green. In
future board meetings will be held on
the first and third Tuesdays of each
month, same time and place.
There will be a treat for music lovers at the club on November 25th
when Mr. Harold Anderson of Pernie
will give a piano recital. Those who
did not attend the last time Mr. Anderson was here were sorry afterwards. Don't let yourself be among
the sorry ones this time. Commences
at 8.30 p.m. Tickets: Members 50c,
non-members 11.00. Special prices
for musical student*.
The new Ice rink Is practically completed, and with the present chilly
feeling In tlte air we should have
some skating shortly. Tho rink will
be free to members, while non-members will be charged a straight admission fee. Skaters, you had better
Join the club and save money.
The basketball teams have been
formed at the club, and from a hasty
glance at the line-ups It looks as
though we shall have some good games
Dear Maister Editor:
I got your bit line twa or three days
syne an' was gey pleased tae hear
frae ye. It was awtu' good o' ye tae
write . Ye'U mind I was tellln' ye
that I dldna think It possible for me
tae attend the big poleetickal mectin'
.ii the second o' the month. Aweel,
utter a', I was there, an' I wull say
-hat It was weel worth while takin'
.tie lang cauld drive tae gang tae it,
although, I confess, lt was weel intae
the wee sma' hours before we gat
hame.
We hadna malr than got tae the
door o' the Auditorium when who did
1 see but my auld freends Tom and
Geordie. We were a' gey gled tae see
yin another for we hadna hud a guid
crack theglther tor a. lang time.
"it's gaun tae be a guid meetln',"
sez Geordie as we eat doon well up
In front whar we could balth see au'
hear tae guid advantage.
"Ay," sez Tam, "forbye, it is what
1 micht safely describe as bein', in
a mainner, representative."
Tam hadna tailed tae notice that
malstly a' branches o' the government
service were takin* an (uteres*, in the
proceedlns*. Judgin' by tho oxcellont
turnoot o' tn* government servants.
"Looks Ilk* a mobilization." sea
Geordie, sensla- Tun's thocht. "They
sr* a' here. Even th* wee places like
Fort Steel* an' Wardner liao decided
tae struggle alang wlthoot tlieir officials lang saweb ta* let them tak'
ln tb* meetln*. Aweel, tbe country
wlnna suffer sk an' awfu' lot for ae
nlcht. so we'U **'n lst them bide."
"Hand ye'r tongue," sez I, "an' llst-
entae the music . 1st no' bonnie?"
"Music hath charms tae sooth ths
savage bretst," quoted Tam," it's mair
than plain that Maister Beatty ls ex-
peckln' a wheen o' Conservatives here
the nlcht. an' Is takin' a' necessary
precaution."
"He Una tear wrang at tbat," sez I,
noddln' my bald at some o' oor freends
wha were smilla' at ns frae the lther
side o' tli* hall. "Th* Conservatives
are here la force."
"D*e y* think thay are likely tae
serve tear* see Tam -**r a wee.
"nut wad mak- a groat appeal tae me
tbs noo. I hevna had ower muckle
sapper, this daft Geordie here wadna
gi* me time ta* eat, bat had tae come
lntae my hoose roarin' like tbe Bull
o' Baahaa that ws were gaun tae be
late. Gin I had a cup o' tea I mlcnt
almost bs perssudsd tae vote for
Beattie."
Baud y»'r blethers!" sez Geordie,
"folk ar* tarnn roond tae look at us.
I'm ashamed o' ye! Think less o' ye'r
stomach, an' mair o' ye'r country's
guid."
"That's ay* what thay telt me when
the rations war* short In France," sez
Tsffl, "an' I'm no- aa* unpatriotic as
tae say that tt isna a comfortable
thocht, bu it's tsar, faur awa frae
bein' flllln'."
'It's a sodger's privelege tae grumble," sez I, "bat sit ap noo an' haud
yer tongue for here come the speakers."
I am Juist braid-minded eneuch tae
say that th* speakers o' the evenln'
made s guid Impression. Ilka yin o'
them looked like a mon that anybody
could tak' by tb* hound In a spirit
guid fellowship. Yin an' a' they
were men o* guid appearance an' thoroughly representstlve o' a' that Is best
In Canada's citizenry. I hae nae quarrel wl' ony yin o' them, on' gin I dldna agree wl' much tbat was said by
them ln the coarse o' the evenln' I
firmly believe that, malr or less, tbey '
should be gain due credit for the expression o' honest opinion.
Maister Beauie was the first speaker
tae be Introduced, as ye ken. His
speech was temperate, an', while he
dldna throw muckle licht on the questions o- the day, he was weel received
by a*. He pleaded for a clean campaign, a thing wl' which I, masel,
wa* ln p*rf*et accord. Had he let
the maitter rest there he wad hae left
this season.    Anyone wishing lo be » *',jla ■*»Pr**---0-- In «■<> *-*"*ds o* a*-
placed on a team please hand In their bo-1''* tor -Snd-sllngln' canna be Hh-
names to Mr. Mirams at the club.  It's ttwl" tb*« productive 0* discord an'
a great game—If you don't weaken. (Oootlnued on Pag* »
To Tht
Poppies of Flanders' Fields
Oh!    scarlet  poppies silent vigil keeping
O'er white crossed graves where lie our noble dead;
We took the torch they flung Into our keeping
And proudly held it high above our heads.
Hear scarlet popples, o'er our hearts we wear you
In saddened memory of lives laid down;
They bore the cross tor us through bitter conflict,
But now In heaven they wear the victor's crown.
Armistice Day, Nov. llth, 1921
M. L. PAGE    TWO
THE      CRANBROOK      HERALD
Thursday, Nov. 10th, 1921
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could not get better values elsewhere.
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CRANBROOK,  BRITISH  COLUMBIA
THURSDAY, NOV. 10th, 1921
PATRIOTISM
especially who were not able
for various reasons to share in
the fighting record of the nation. Everyone may not wear
their patriotism on their sleeve,
it is quite true, but those who
never make profession of- any
feeling of sentiment for their
homeland, at least lay themselves open to the gentle Impeachment that they haven't
much to show. An opportunity
occurs Friday to show feel
ing along this line In a way
that can do some honor to ourselves, but a thousand-fold
more to those who went and
never came back. They did not
do it because of the money that
was in it; nor yet because the
prospect of the fighting work
and hardships imposed was
pleasant; nor even for the
thought of the honor and glory
that might accrue. It was the
present day survival of the
pro patria" call lo arms. To
seek for motives as to why this
man or that man went overseas
is mean and petty; they all paid
the price, some in life, some in
limb, and still others in the
endurance of experience which
will leave its mark for the balance of their lives.
Patriotism still presents its
opportunities to the citizen who
wishes well for his country, and
often, one must fear, the oppor
tuiiity is brushed aside because
it carries no spectacular manis-
festation with it. But on Friday we can all do something
and in so doing we shall honor
the dead and the living who
shared in Canada's proud re
cord of arms, and also ourselves
in keeping alive the same spirit of national pride.
Snlvatlon Army headquarters for
tho Canadian West at Winnipeg aro
seeking for information concerning
Whn. Patterson, Inst heard or at Cranhrook, living with his brother, Andrew, who died on March 20th, 1909.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Shlllitoe, Miss
Jean nnd MaBtor Richard, of Cran-
brook, arc on their way to Liverpool
by the Mlnnedosa, having sailed from
TWENTY YEARS AGO
Extracts from tlie Cranbrook
Herald of this date, 1901
"Dulce et decorum pro patria mor! est." So sang the Latin poet a good many centuries
ago, whicli would seem to show
that the patriotism which rises
in men's breasts at the time the
honor of their country is called
.Into question, and sends them
forth to fight its battles, is at
anyrate nothing new. History
will show indeed that it was one
of the outstanding characteristics by which some of the nations in the early dawn of civilization have made their story
so well known. "It Is sweet
and glorious to die for one's Montreal on October 28
country,"—this Beems to have;News
been one of the very cornerstones of early Greek and Rom
an philosophy, and according
as the national spirit showed a
decadent trend, and the employment of mercenary armies
became a necessity to fight the
battles of these empires, so
their downfall seems to have
been marked.
Patriotism is an Inherent
quality in the free-born. In
Britain, where legislation for
the benefit of the masses went
into effect centuries almost before other nations granted similar privileges, the country's
fighting spirit, both on land
and on the sea, has been a byword almost from the time British history opened. Time and
time again the British army
and navy against overwhelming
odds has registered victory.
History credits a medieval
English warrior king with the
proud remark that a handful of
his yoemen were more than a
match for a thousand foreign
mercenaries.
Time may never again record
the opportunity for Britishers
or Canadians to show their patriotism by fighting for their
country and empire. But since
the war a deeper significance
has attached itself to the word
and it is becoming apparent
that there Is still room for the
display of patriotism by those
WHY NO MONEY
VOR THE P. O. E. —
HERALD UOT IT ALL
true, and two of the figures represent j
dollars, and the other two cents, and
If we work a little harder for the "big
interests," maybe we shall soon get
buck what we paid them in soles tax
not long ago.
Incidentally we did not kuow that
the "big Interests"—whoever they may
be—were smiling on us till last week.
But they must be. because The Herald did not receive one of those wires
cancelling Dominion government advertising. It ought to be worth something to bask ln the smile ot the "big
Interests," nud wo are going to make
It known. Presumably if the "big
Interests" are at Ottawa, the "little
Interests" nre at Victoria, and they do
seem small enough to designate fnthat
way. But lt crumbs ut the extent of
■(1078.35 are to ho picked up nt Victoria, what should a whole piece of
broad and butter ut Ottawa be worth?
Something to dream nbout, but
dreanis seldom como true.
Civil   Servants'   Increase  Cut
(Iff) Mothers' Pensions Reduced s   We Oet It All
The provincial government last
week .presented the Herald Office with
u copy of the Public Accounts for the
last fiscal year. Since the provincial
government never presents the Herald
with anything worth having, we
thought this gift would stand looking
into a little.
Opening the blue book at random—
and let it be said in passing that the
hook is growing bigger and bigger every year, and that If the accounts goes
on Increasing in volume tt will soon
have to be Issued in sections. Whether the province is really making steady growth year by year, in population
development of resources, etc., one
thing is sure, that the public finances
year by year getting more and
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Dr. King and Dr. Bonnell visited
Kimberley last Friday on special professional business. ,
Cranbrook merchants report that
the activity at Marysvllle, in connection witli the new smelter is being reflected in better business in this city.
The last census returns are understood to give the South East Kootenay
district, including the Windermere, a
population of about 6000.
Several members of tho Cranbrook
Band have organized an orchestra,
and their services will be tn demand
for dances and parties.
A. C. Bowness and wife, of Kensington, Prince Edward Island, are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. E- H- Small.
Mr. Bowness expects to locate In
South East Kootenay.
It is the intention of the directors
of the Cranbrook Electric Light Co.
to build a telephone line to Marysvllle
and Kimberley. Later, if business
warrants, a branch will be run up
Prery Creek to the Old Towu*
It has been stated that the Post Office Department will discontinue the
old mill route between Fort Steele and
Windermere. The route costs the government Fifteen Hundred Dollars
($1500) a year and the need for it haa
beon greatly diminished by changed
condition!.
more ponderous, and fresh ways are]
being found annually to take up more
pages in the volume of public accounts of this .province.
Be this as it may, we opened our
presentation volume at random and
glanced down the page- Swift retribution came on our heads. We ought
to have known better than to seek
to pry into the mysteries of the government finances-. For shame we
could scarcely read the figures. Cranbrook Herald, $2.50. There was the
hideous truth. We had grafted on the
government to the extent of $2.50,
Our first thought was to shut the
book up and put it in the stove, to
burn up this damning evidence of our
grafting propensities at the expense
of the public. We thought of the scan-
dul which might be unearthed if lt
became known that The Herald hadl
I taken $2.50 from the pockets of the
Nelson j hard working taxpayers ot this province, and covered up tne graft in the
guise of an acount with the Department of Lauds. Such a scandal would
kill us for all time.
In a horrible quandary as to what
we could do to palliate our guilty conscience, we cnBt our eyes upwards.
Then as if by the doings of a merciful
providence another Item caught our
eye. Cranbrook Courier, $438.62.
Then we breathed easier, if one
newspaper in the community could
see its way clear to accept the mod- I
est sum of $438.62, there was no need
at any rate for The Herald to lose
any sleep over a matter of $2.50.
Then we became more curious, and
delved a little farther Into the public
records to find out where else we had
been soaking the people. This is what
we found, clearly set out:
Cranbrook Cranbrook
Courier    Herald
Expense In connection   with   Cranbrook government
Agency   $510.24
Sundry expense,
Dept. of Education       22.44
Dept. of Finance ....     10.63
Dept- of Lands, expense         3.50
Dept. of Lands, incidentals      438-62
Dept. of Lands, expense,   Soldiers*
Land Act      14.40
Provincial Library        2-50
Provincial Secretary,
Civil Service Commission 	
Provincial Secretary,
Registration of Voters 	
Public Works Dept.,
steam boiler inspection 	
Public Works Dept.,
Highway Act amendment      10.00
That    Paramount    p I c t-
ures are    living up to tilth*
slogan "clovei
stars in   good
stories    with
per feet    supporting casts,'
is   proved   by
"Sham," an Ethel Clayton stellar vehicle which opens at the Rex theatre
today and Saturday.
"It has been some time," said Manager Lionel Leask of the playhouse
In discussing the forthcoming featuse
today, "since I Imve been able to afford my patrons such a remarkable
entertainment combination as "Sham."
To say that the play written by Elmer Harris and Geraldine Bonner ls
a good starter as both are famous
and successful playwrights. And the
star, Ethel Clayton, Is again a queen
of comediennes as a "gentle grafter1
who "forgets" to pay her bills and
gets in no end of trouble as a consequence.
"Rounding out this excellent film
Is a really remarkable cast. Walter
fliers Is comical as usual as a fat and
wealthy disappointed lover. Theodore Roberts Is a bluff and hearty old
millionaire, while Sylvia Ashton and
Helen Dunbar who have appeared In
countless "mother" roles are splendid as the selfish aunts of the debt-ridden Katherlne. Other players of equal merit include Carrie Clark Ward,
Arthur Carewe, Clyde Fillmore and
Eunice Burnham, From start to finish "Sham" Is well-rounded and
complete to the most Inconspicuous
'extra."
MON.   AND   TUES.
WALL1E REID
In
"THK  HELL MGUER8"
MACK SENNETT COMEDY
MHTltAY FROM
THE STEERAGE"
Regular Prices
WED.   AND   THURS.
« THE MIDI-ANDERS »
with
BESSIE LOVE
AVENGING ARROW
and
COMEDY
Saturday Specials
PRIME FRESH KILLED MEATS
Prime shoulder roasts beef 1-!%C
Prime stewing beef 8c
Prime boiling beef (brisket)    5c
Choice roast veal    15c
Choice ribs roasts veal    18c
Choice loins and leg roats veal  25c
Choice stewing veal    8c
Choice shoulder roasts pork  22c
Choice leg roasts pork Sllc
Choice front quarters mutton 18*>j_c
Choice legs mutton    25c
Choice loins mutton  20c
Choice stewing mutton    8c
Lamb liver, 3 lbs  25c
Sausages, 2 lbs $5c
lleef hearts, lb  llle
Calves hearts   10c
See our window nn Friday evening for the choicest display
of our own killed meats In town nt special prices.
CRANBROOK MEAT MARKET
Norbury Ave.      :8   PHONE   8       :     Cranbrook, B.C.
COMING
Dorothy Dalton ta
"The Idol of The North"
Betty Coropson ta
"End ot the World"
Mary Plekford ta
"Pollyanna"
Marion Davles in
"Burled Treasure'*
Elsie Ferguson in
"Footlights"
Standard Electric Co.
11. EASTMAN,   Master Electrician
MOTORS, COILS, MAGNETOS, WIRING AND SUPPLIES
FARM   LIGHTING   PLANTS
AUTOMOBILES, TRACTORS AND GAS ENGINES
— For repairs see us and we will give you service —
NOTICE TO ALL
RETURNED MEN
Ottuwa—During the fiscal year
ended March 31, 1920, 991 companies
wore formed under the Dominion Act
witli a total capitalization of -JG.3,-
1.10.850. us compared with 512 companies in thc preceding fiscal year
with capital of (214,326,000. Eighty-
eight existing companies increased
their capital stock by $86,187,750 in
tlie same fiscal year, while 10 decreased their capital stock by $19,630,000.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
AT THE
Cash Meat Market
PROMPT DELIVERY    ■   PHONE 301
Our meats are all fresh killed and of the choicest
quality.    A choice selection of cuts to choose from, and
PRICES   ARE   THE   LOWEST
Give ns a call or Phone 801 hefore placing yonr order.
BUTTER, FRESH SAUSAGES AND COOKED MEATS
ON HAND
$000.00
000.00
000.00
DYED HER DRAPERIES
AND A FADED SKIRT
2.50
000.00
000.00
2.00
9.92       000.00
47.22       000.00
2.88      000.00
CASH MEAT MARKET
PHONE 801 PHONE 801
000.00
^^^^^ «1078.3B   $0004.60
And that's the plain, unvarnished
truth, as aet forth ta the public records. It doesn't tell the whole story,
either, for other Items are wrapped up
ln the mysteries of such heads as "incidental expense," "publicity," and
other Innocent headings.
It ls a great thing, of course, to
have a government back ot you, although lt also has its drawbacks. For
Instance, one cannot throw a thousand
dollar customer down to take up a
stand ta behalf of Labor, although one
may have proclaimed themselves at
all times as the champion of the common people.
The Herald, of course, espousing as
It does, the cause of Union Government, Is In the pax of the "big inter.
osts." It mast ibe, otherwise we
wouldn't shout for It. We admit quite
openly and shamelessly that our account with tbs Dominion government
thla year will run into Wur figure*.
Think what that means.   But it   la
"Diamond Dyes" add years of
wear to worn, faded skirts, waists,
coats, stockings, sweaters, coverings,
hangings, draperies, everything. Every package contains idlrections so
simple that any woman can put new,
rich, fadeless colors Into her worn
garments or draperies, even if 'she
lias never dyed before. Just buy
Diamond Dyes — no other kind —
thon your material will Icome out
right, because Diamond Dyes are
guaranteed not to streak, spot, fade
or run. Tell your druggist whether
the material you wish to dye is wool
or silk, or whether it is linen, cotton, or mixed goods.
On November 19th, W. 8. Johnson,
Cranbrook branch of the O.W.V.A. delegate to tlie Dominion G.W.V,A. convention at Port Arthur, will give Ills
report on the convention and his impressions of the doings at Fort Arthur. The convention was tiie most
momentous In the history of the returned -men, and several very important matters, vitally Interesting to all
returned men, were dlscuseed and
much good work accomplished. The
local association take this opportunity
to Invite all returned men, whether
members or not, to be present to hear
Mr. Johnson's report.
On the same night, Saturday, the
three Dominion House candidates for
this riding have been invited to address the returned men on certain
questions, proposed by the Dominion
convention, to be submitted to all
Dominion House candidates for their
answers. Mr. Beattie. Liberal candidate, has already consented to be lire-
sent, and tbe other two, i-r. Bonnell,
government candidate, and W. Scott
MacDonald, Labor candidate, will In
all probability accept the invitation,
Mr. Johnson's report will be first
received. The meeting will accordingly open at 7.30 In order that ample
time will be given to our delegate before the first political candidate addresses the meeting at 8.30 p.m.
Remember, all returned men, whether members of the O.W.V.A. or not,
are requested to be present at this
fathering In the O.W.V.A. Hall
November 19th, commencing at 7.30
p-m.
Watch for the O.W.V.A. Oet-Togoth-
•r Smoker Saturday night, November
1Mb,
sm   st\ftlt   m}frn,tr\frni.r\t,n,,r\frm.,r\fimaiw\ltniisr\[t*mj
Dance
ANOTHER SELECT DANCE WILL BE GIVEN BY
THE
Banff DaiTeOrchestra
(Second Annual Tour)
ON
Cranbrook School Board
JANITOR WANTED
APPLICATIONS WILL BE RECEIVED BY THE
UNDERSIGNED UP TO NOON ON TUESDAY NEXT,
TIIK 15th INSTANT, POR THE POSITION OP JANITOR
AT THE HIGH SCHOOL. SALARY: SEVENTY-FIVE
($75.00) DOLLARS PER MONTH.
T. M. ROBERTS,
Secretary.
The Cranbrook Board of School Trustees
PUBLIC NOTICE
Parents are hereby notified that all children dealrona
of entering the Receiving Class will be required to produce a Birth Certificate before they will be admitted.
BY ORDER OF THE SCHOOL BOARD
T. M. ROBERTS,
Secretary.
Cranbrook, B.C., October 27th, 1921.
Wednes., Nov. 16th
AT THE
Auditorium, Cranbrook
A BEAL MUSICAL TREAT
DANCING   10   P.H,
Gents $1.00
BOOT* HISS THIS
Admissions Gents 11.00 Ladles 50c
Qi<^V"«»i*JV" -»'tfV"*»-V^" w*A"-»»)V"W»>"iw^'»<'t
SHRTHE/VTRE
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
MAY ALLISON In
« EXTRAVAGANCE **
A powerful story of the regeneration of a selfish and spendthrift wife
COMEDY — SINGER MIDGETS "SCANDAL"
Monday evening at 8.15 the Star Orchestra will render
Special Musical Numbers ln eluding Sullivan's Comic
Opera Selection, "The Mikado."
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY
The Popular Star — BEBE DANIELS -- In
"TWO  WEEKS  WITH  PAY"
A play sparkling with mirth and comedy
COMEDY—  CLYDE COOK In
"THE   HUNTSMAN"
Fox News Review showing world-wide scenes of Interest
'I'liiirsitay:   Don't forget the regular drawing for 15 Prise
FRIDAY AND  SATURDAY
The two big days of the greatest comedy ever screened1
Charlie Chaplin
THE UNCROWNED KING OF MIRTH ta
" THE KID "
A picture In which the great Comedian rises to heights of Real Acting, whero Comedy and Pathos are so beautirully blended that "THB
KID" will long be remembered est the ono and only Comedy of Ite kind
EDDIE POLO in Sixth Episode of DO OR DIE
Saturday night at &J5 the Star Orchestra will render the
Famous English Comic Opera Selection
"Maid of the Mountains"
SPECIAL SATURDAY MATINEE, 2.30
Full program of "The Kid" • Special Orchestra Selections
SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS COMING I
"BAST LYNNE"
"THB OLD OAKEN BUCKET"
"DINTY"
The famous comedy attraction "SKIRTS"
Watch for dates of "CONFLICT" Thursday, Nov. 10th, 1981
THE     CBANBBOOK     nEBALD
PAGE THREE
DANDERINE
Stops Hair Coming Out;
Thickens, Beautifies,
8AUNPY GOES TO
THE BIO MEETING
(Continued frcm Page 1)
3E.-rt._its buys a bottle of "Dander-
ino" at any drug Bioro. Aftor ono ap-
plicat'ou you cun not find a particle
or dandruff or a {alline Imir. Be-
Milcs, every Imir Hhowa now life, vlg
or, brlgHttlOBa, more color and abund-
imco.
"KVnUVAGANCK" IS
IHO PICTURE AT STAB
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
heart-burnln*; but he dldna. Nearln'
tbe close o' the meetln' he gat up again an' pointed oot tae the audience
that the returned sodgers had been
slighted In the appointment o' Maister
Balment as Registrar. Maister Beat-
tie didna ken the facts or he wadnt
hae been guilty o' sic a faux pas. I
wadna gang sae faur as tae say that
he made the accusation for the purpose o' uwakln' the antagonism o' the
| returned men tae the government
cause, but I wull say that his bit slip
the tongue hasna helplt his aln
cauBe tae ony extent. A statement like
yon, wlthoot facts tae back lt, aye
loaves a bad tauU. ln the mouths
Lhe fair-minded.
The General wns guid. A fluent
speaker wi' a pleusln' personality, he
crept lntae tho hearts o' a' that heard
him. Yon mon la earnest, though
mistaken. His ls the ontbuslasm o' a
young mon who liumiu aB yet learned tlmt a' Isna gold that glitters. His
mind Is as clean an the tooth o' a
hound. But, efter a', he is but a
dreamer o* dreams, a gifted young
mon actuated by a desire tae serve
his country as he Bae bravely did be-
"Extruvagance," one of the ble pic
tures being sent out by the Metro Corporation, comes to the Star-Theatre
ou Monday and Tuesday ot next week*,
lt sti-rs May -Allison as Nancy Broypi-
The character of the picture Is an amusing modern society comedy drama,
with tlie scene ot action In wealthy
homes. Dick Vane, a young lawyer,
marries beautiful Nancy Brown, overlooking his lean pocketbook and her
extravagant tastes. Nancy's continual extravagance places Dick in. financial difficulties and he finally forges
his father's name to a check to buy
her a beautiful home. Nancy learns
the truth and urges him to flee while
she rebuys the house. She then revisits the father-in-law, pleads forgiveness, and admits her extravagance. She sees that she has brought
hor husband to ruin, and promises to
reform Dick returns and they start
life with a new understanding.
tore when the hale warl' stood aghast!
at the sheer auduaclty o' be an' the1
men he led, when backs tae the wa',
they defied the micht o' -Germany.
The General's dash and courage Is unquestioned, of his knowledge o1 his
country's civil needs, I'm no' sae
shatr. I am no' inclined tae trust his
judgment in this battle o' political giants. Suramin' the General up he
staunds before us as a mon o' high
ideals, who judges a' men by iiis ain
high standard. Grant that his ideals
winna be shattered, but I greatly fear,
I greatly fear- At the threshold o'
his political career he has tae'n the
wrang turnln'. Hoo long it wull tak'
him tae discover that fact Is problematical, x
Oor auld freend M. A. was in fine
fettle. Nae doot aboot the maitter,
Mac Is an accomplished politician, an'
an orator o* no mean order. His
bursts o' elouence brocht roond efter
roond o applause.
In weel roonded phrases he disposed o' tlie tariff policy, skfppln' the
rocky places wl' mony a weel turned
quip at the expense o' tbe government,
camoufla-glu' the Issue lntae a maitter o' sma' consequence. Ay, Mac was
guid there. A body had tae follow
him cloae tae get bis meanln', but at
that tt wasna deeflcult tae see tbat
Mac's Idea o' the tariff question dldna, diverge tae ony great extent frae
that o' Arthur Meighen. Slftln' oot
ae thing frae anlther in Mac's har
rangue, lt wasna verra hard tao dis
corn that Mac, deep doon ln his heart
o' hearts, fully approved the Melghen
tariff policy, but, bein' a Liberal, it
wadna dae for him toe come oot flet-
fulted an' endorse It. He simply covered his tracks by sayin' tbat the
tariff wasna the Issue before the Canadian folk ava. Ou, ay, Mac was
mlchty carefu' no' tae dwell owre
lang on a question tbat sae materially affects the folk o' British Columbia. He dldna want tae staund committed on any Liberal tariff policy
such as Ib bein' dished oot tae the folk
the middle west by his leader, Mackenzie King.
But on the railway question Mac
fairly excelled. What he didna ken
aboot railways hasna been written lntae the book. Wi' graund bursts o'
eloquence he decried the railway nol
icy o' the Dominion o' Canada. "The
country ls fairly ruined wt' railways,
portatlon oor country wad bo at a
staundstilt. He dldna say that development follows tiie railroads as shalr-
ly as watter rlns doon hill. At that
he hadna ony business brlngln' the P.
G. E. lntae the discussion. Inasmuch
as as the present time we are less
concerned wi' oor aiu falmbly malt-
ters than we are wi' the bigger Issues that confront Canada as a whole.
Then, ot course, Mac had tae resurrect that auld bogey, the yellow
peril. He quoted feegures on the
birthrate o' the Orientals till my
held was sair, though never -ylnce did
he pit forth ony workable solution
tae the question o' hoo tae keep in
check the heathen Chinee. Gin he
had dune that be wad hae had a feather in his cap, for the hrichtest minds
in Canada hae for lang grappled wl'
tlmt self-same question, wlthoot get-
; tin' much further forrit on the BUb-
Jeck. A'body kens that the question
boasts as mony ramifications as the
age-auld discussion anent Home Rule
In Ireland.
In   short,     Maister   Editor,   Mac's
speech was a political yin in   every
    _   the word.    It was naethin1
mair nor less than a torrent o' weel-
chosen words that, tn maist Instances,
could be construed as meanln' ony-
Uiin'. Tak' awa Its oratorical brilliance an' there ls nathin' left. It
lacked the convtncln' ring that hangs
on the words o' a mon who believes
the thing he preaches.
Mac was sairly at faut when he
touched on tbe question o' Immigration. He advocated bringin' in folk
In large numbers frae lther countries.
Noo, we a' agree that Canada needs
mair folk, but there Isna mony o
want tae see them come until bIc
time as there Is wark for them tae
dae. Ole us mair development say I,
an' It wanna be lang until we hae a'
tlie folk we need. Folk aye gang
where the wark Is. Gin we hae the
wark tor folk tae dae we winna hae
tae fash oorsels aboot immigration.
An' that's exactly where Mac failed.
He had nae progressive policy tae propose for the extended development o'
tlie country. He telt us a lot aboot
tlie excellent policy pursued by Sir
Wilfred Laurier, wlthoot takin' intae
consideration the necessity o' modify-
In' ony policy ae the country forges
toe the front aniens the nations. The
policy o' the autd government o' 1896
.v.
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The -Story of a Girl
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She Didn't Care
By Bin Amu Williams
Scenario bf Edwaro Lorn, Ja.
Dirttiid hy Philip E. Rossi,
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1
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Monday and Tuesday next.
COUniry IB UU.IJ milieu ...   .-...-.j»,     pu„_j „   „„, _„,„  b„,„ _._
he aald. The expense o" maintenance winn_ dao lor Canada in this year o'
waa awfu', tae hear him tell it; al- tnce. A laddie's claes winna fit a
though I coudna help notlcln' that he mon> •*iVi nili Mac may hae the best
hadna ony remedy tae suggest. Nor „• intentions, hut he isna progressive
did he say that the railways were an eneuch tor this day an' age.
incubua saddled on the country by a | politics, politics, Mac is a' politics.
government that Is no' In existence He minds m(, taa Bome extent o" thae
the noo. bletherin' bodies that were «aun ab-
Then suddenly changln' his tuna he'oot the Btreet n0' ianB Byne,   feebly
Montana lf.ita.irt-.nt
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Heals at All Hoars
CIMNBROOK STREET
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Frame's Brad b GOOD Bread
His Plea, Cakes and Pastry tn
made In a testy manner whieh
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telt ua that railways were necessary
tae the welfare o' the Canadian folk
an' that ln Ume we would be gled
that we had them. He gaed even
aae faur aa tae suggest that It micht
no' be a bad thing gin the Federal
government wad tak' owre oor aln
white elephant, the P. 0. E>. by wey
o' relelvin' the province o' the expense o' keepin* It up, while at the
same time he admitted that It micht-
na be sae awfu' lang until the P. 0, E.
wad be a valuable asset tae the province. Juist as though we dldna ken
tha' oorsels, an' hadna gumption eneuch tea realise that naethin' lesa
than future development wad mak'
the road pey- An' ba took mlchty
guid care in hia eagemees tae Impress the people wi' the awfu' load
they were calrryln' as a result o' the
Bowser government's administration,
no' tae gang intae details o' the necessities that demanded the butldln* o*
that self-same P. G. E. He dldna tell
us that wlthoot the means o' trans
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tryln' tae discredit the local Conservative palrty by clrculattn' rumors
0' what micht—-for want 0' a -better
name—ca' Inner politics In the ranks
o' oor local Conservatives. Bootless
ye hae heard the stories. Yin waa
that Maister Staples wasna well dune
by. Anlther waa that tlie Doctor wasna gaun tae he supported by hia ain
party. Whar thae rediculoua atorles
originated ls a mystery. Maist likely
tbelr source could be traced gin a
body took the trouble, but wad it be
worth while?  I dlnna think sae.
Abody kens that Maister Staples
was a strong candidate for the nomination. Mair than that It was agreed
by a' that Uie palrty-wad stund fast
behind its nominee, whaever waa chosen aa the standard-bearer. Had
Malater Staples been chosen the Conservatives wad hae been wl' him as
ae mon. An' I'm no' sayin' owre
muckle when I pit masel on record ln
expressin' the opinion that Maister
Staples himsel' kens aa weel as ony
yin o' us that hie preetlge la enhanced.
tt onythln' by the excellent showln'
he made at the convention. I waena
there masel' but I didna fail tae hear
the story o' hoo Blmore stood up In
the meetln' an' asked that the Doctor's
nomination be made unanimous. A
freend 0' mine wha was present at
the convention said; "Elmore Staples
wull be heard frae yin 0' thae days.
Apart frae his undented ability he Is
a gentleman an' a sportsman." ls
that no' a tribute tae a young mon?
I waa askln' Tam McAllister it there
waa ony truth in the story aboot the
dissatisfaction amang the returned
men. Tam, as ye ken, was yin o- the
lada that answered the call when the
soond 0' tha Belgian gunB awakened
a lBeepln' warl*.
"Ay, Saundy, they're dissatisfied,"
ses he- "Like a' lther body they are
fumln' under the stagnation that ls
haudin' the country ln Its grip. They
hae come tree a field o' action; la It
Burprlsln* that they are wearyin' for
a chance tae try their pooers on the
field o' commercial activity "
'Wha dae the returned men blame
for the present state o' affairs, Tam?"
"I hevna heard—that ootstde 0' a
wheen o' disgruntled yins wha hevna
glen the maitter due consideration—
that they are blamln' onybody. The
returned mon diana differ frae ony
lther clUsen. He recognizes a condee-
tlon that ia warl-wide an' deplores
the tact that things are as they are
His dissatisfaction Is like that 0' the
hound that is twin' held In leash, lie
wants tae be up an' at things. Albllns, he micht be mpr anxious than
the mon wha stayed at hame for he
has lost time tae mak' up. He Isna
aB rich as mony o' the yins wha dldna
gang tae the war, an' he frets because trade la dull, an' his chance tae
be like itlier folk seemB owre lang in
comin'. I hevna ony patience wi' the
[folk that are aye pratin' aboot the
returned men's .problem. The
turned men ask only that they be
: gein the chance tae dae tor tliemsols.
They are no* paupers, nae malr dae
they want toe be deseed aa alch. Let
the returned men alane fs my advice, they are no' seekln' ony peety.
Sympathy Is a' richt, but it disna fill
I the flour barrel."
Tam Is richt, Maister Editor. The
best wey tae help the returned mon is
tae pit him back Intae civil life wi'
a chance tae wark oot hia ain independence- Gin we aee tae It that the
I country la placed on a aound financial
foundation, we hae dune the very
thing that oor sodged laddies are
I askln' 0' us. Let us get theglther tae
re-elect a stable government an' we'll
be weel on oor wey tae prosperity
[tbat the returned mon la sae patiently
lookln' forrit tu.
Your* for better times,
SAUNDY.
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authorized by Sir Henry Drayton,
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The November issue of Red and Gun
In Canada will delight the sportsmen
of the Dominion with Its resplendent
cover painting showing a .picture of
a ring necked duck in natural colors
The many interesting stories and articles In this Issue include a splendid
ducking story entitled "Twenty-sU
grains of ballistlte and one and one-
eighth ounces of number six." A
thrilling account of one ot Captain
Joseph Bernard's exploratory trips in
the Arctic regions also appears in the
November Issue. For tbe trapper and
lover of the outdoor Ite there is the
Trapllne department ably edited by
M. U. Bates, from material obtained
on his own trapllne. The usual departments appear In 'his Issue of Canada's National sportmen's monthly.
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Hi.s-.iu Lore is one of the most popular women Mars in the world today. Although not twenty yet she
has had a long and careful training-
She left high school a year before she
was to graduate in order to enter motion pictures. Her first part was tn
a D. W. Griffith picture. Following
this she had a long and sucessful career under the Triangle Fine Arts'
banner, and from this she went to the'
VlUegraph, where she starred ln a series of pictures which further increased her popularity in the photoplay
world.
From this ft was a natural and
quick step to tbe head of her own
producing organization wherein tbe
la given a greater opportunity to produce pictures of the kind she feels
best suited to her- Miss Love feels
that ln order for any star to produce
the best work she is capable of, she
should be consulted In the selection
ot the picture In which -she is to play
the principal part; that she should
have a voice in the choosing of the directors who are to make the picture;
that she should have unlimited studio
facilities and there should be no time
limit set in which a picture is to be
finished-
With "The Mldlanden." she has again won the plaudits of the motion
picture and daily press. See "The
Mldlanders," at the Rex Theatre on
Wednesday and Thursday of next
week.
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ORE SHIPMENTS
RECEIVED AT THE
TRAIL SMELTER
MAIL  CONTRACT
SEAIJED TENDERS, addressed to
the Postmaster General, will bo received at Ottawa until noon, on Friday, the 18th November, 1921, for the
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_ proposed Contract lor tour yearB,
twelve times per week on the route
Creston and Canadian Pacific Rail-
war Station from tho Postmaster
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Printed notices containing further
information as to conditions ot pro-
poeed Contract may be seen and blank
forms of Tender may be obtained at
the Poet Ofllce of Creston, B.C., and
at the office ot the Post Office Inspector, Calgary, ,a.lta.
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ore received at tiie Trail Smelter during the period 22nd to 31st October,
inclusive:
Mine        Locality Tona
Joeie, Rossland, B.C.        921
Knob Hill, Republic, Wn.     2i7|P°« Office Inapector'e Offico
Rosebury Surprise, New Denver   ""'     "••*-"•  Alu
Rambler Cariboo, Rambler, B.C.
Silver Bell, Zwlcky, BC      Ml
Silver Standard, New Haielton     30.
Utlca, Adamant, B.C     «l
Company Mines  10,31*
j82i     Calgary, AIU.
„ not. i, mi.
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\
At Uw BUr Tbcatn oa Wedneaday and Thundajr, nest week.
Doeant hart a bit! Drop a little
Freeione" on an aching corn, Instantly tbat com atopa hurting, than
shortly you Hit It right oft with ling-
are.   Truly!
Your druggist sells a tiny bottle ol
| "Treeaone" tor t, tow cents, sufficient
to remove every hard corn, aott con,
or eon Mwaae tk* too*, and tho cal- PASS FOUR
THE     CRAUBROOK     HERAIlS
Thursday, Not. 10th, 1921
After Every Meal
WRIGLEYS
Sealed Ti£fit
Endorsement for Meighen
irom British Press
Evening News, London [ Dally  Mall,  London
What of the influence of the over- Mr. Arthur Meighen, Prime Minl-v
scas Prime Ministers, with -"heir fresh ter of Canada, will be much in the
vision and statesmanship? public eye during the next month. Ho
General Smuts has been a power holds strong views and is not afraid
for good. It is now an open secret to express them. He has enthusiasm,
that but for Mr. Meighen's courageous eloquence, virility and vivacity. He
stand on "Canada's behalf, aftor a will be the youngest member of tho
heated discussion concerning the re- (Imperial Conference—he is last 47—
newal of the Japanese Treaty, the but he is experienced in the art of
Washington   conference  might  never moulding men lo lil-n  way of thins*
have been called undor such propitious stars as now. Mr. Meighen's
wisdom has been warmly praised on
the other side of the Atlantic.
Yorkshire Herald
Mr. Melghen has won both thc liking and respect of his fellow Premiers from overseas, to all of whom ho
was previously unknown- He Is a clover and very studious man, who
-speaks little, but always as a master
of his subject I am told that our own
Prime Minister ls greatly struck with
him and that General Smuts Is equally charmed.
Daily Chronicle, London
Mr. Meighen is a remarkably young
man to hold such a post, having
climbed rapidly up to It by ability and
force of character; and his youth
should imply that for very many years
ahead he will occupy, whether or not
out of office, a place among the Empire's leading statesmen.
ing.
He proved a strong element, In the
Imperial Conference. He Is an Imperialist, but ho is a Canadian flm-
He realizes the importance, of doing
nothing that will stir up-rH-wUl In
America, und his vote on sonic Issued
concerning tho Pacific win be m-fjoti
largely by that consideration.
Tho Star, London
Mr. Meighen, thu Canadian Premier, volunteered, l understand, u
servo in tho Boer war, but was rejected. Ho might havo beon a soldier
fighting for dear llfo ugalnsL tho forces of Goneral Smuts.
Today each of them a Prime Minuter, they meet around a table in the
Cabinet room at No- 10 Downing
Street, and admire each other's quat
Ities'of statesmanship.
Daily Mirror, London
Mr. Lloyd George often says that in
his experience of the House of Commons the late Mr. Joseph Chamberlain
Evening Telegraph and Post, Dundee I and Sir Edward  (now Lord)  Carson
Mr. Lloyd Oeorge has been captlv-  were the two men who could   most
ated by the cultured personality of I Blirely and swiftly fasten on the weak-
Mr. Melghen, the Prime Minister of "ess In an argument.
the line by this route. It would be
necessary to put In twenty-six railway
crossings, either overhead or underground, on account of the C.P.R. and
C-N.R. steel constructions would be
necessary In building these crossings
and the cost would be very heavy.
Tbe distance from Hop* to Princeton by the Cleveland route wae given
as ninety-two miles. Of this seventy-
three miles would be new construction. The coet of this road would be
$892,000. This route was subject tn
snowslldes and mudslides, said the
Hon. Dr. King, and considerable
bridging would be necessary. The
cost of maintenance would also be
heavy. He explained that the Harrison Lake-Pembertou Meadows route
was was out of the question, since it
would cost 92,339.000 to build tbo 160
miles required.
"Tho chosen route permits of easy
construction and low maintenance
colt," said the minister ln speaking
of the Dewdney trail highway.
"The utility of the highway must
also be considered. I think it will j
not be contended that tho purpose of
such a road would be to haul freight
and produce over It. It ls not within the power of the government to construct such a road, which would have
to be of concrete. The Une will be
for light motor traffic used mostly
by tourists. The tourist season extends from May to October, so there
would be no difficulty met with on account of weather conditions."
Hon. Dr. King said be expected that
work would be commenced early next
spring on tbe new highway and that
twenty-five miles would be completed
ne«t summer on tbe western end.
Work would also be carried on from
Princeton south and within two years
the entire length would be completed.
'-."'•nrr''" *T* utm ri^Wln-aEEBJ^ @3 IBM flf-t &
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SUNDAY NEXT, >0V£JIBKK 13th
Father and Sou Services
11 a.m.—Rev. R. W. Lee will preach.
'.30 p.m.—Father and Son Rally.   Rev. R. W. Lee will
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Everybody Invited to this Service
CHAPLIN DESERTS
BUFFOONERY FOR
NEW STYLE OF PLAY
Humors which have been current in
tlie motion picture industry that Charlie Chaplin longed to forsake the field
appear In his screen character in
semi-dramatic story and succeed    in
gaining sympathy as well as laughs
from his audiences in the plight which
the plot developed.
In "The Kid," however, according to
.titles and others who have seen It,
Canada-
Reserved and reticent, nothing
Pleasing him more than a quiet retreat
wliere books ara to be found, Mr.
Meigheni yet addresses himself to public questions with something of an Imperial mind. His speeches in the
conference of the Empire's Prlmo Ministers have been notable for tbelr
grasp of main issues and their breadth
of outlook. H^has a thorough knowledge of British Parliamentary history, and one of his early addresses
when he was making his debut ln the
public life of Canada was an analysis
of the life and character of tho younger Pitt.
I am told that
Kr. Melghen, Canada's Prime Minister,
has the same gift.
buffoonery to appear in a   dramttic: i,0 hafl accomplished the Impossible.
role on the screen have been verified | ciiarlto is tliere in the sp.me character
whieh has gained tiini the place as tli*.
as having a substantial basis. But
tho Idea that he would attempt to
make the public forget the character
which Is identified with his name all
over the world is merely a mistaken
one engendered from tlie report that
lie was working In a dramatic picture.
The comedian has accomplished tlie
impossible In "The Kid," which will
be the attraction at the Star next Friday and Saturday.    It had been pro-,
world's most popular comedian, but
In situations which combine an occasional sob with shreiks of laughter.
Charlie becomes tlie guardian of a two
weeks' old baby and expends upon him
nll the love and care that any father could. His chpracter, however,
makes his every attempt a humorous
circumstance, but the heart throbs are
ever present ln the main theme of tlie
nounced as Impossible that he could  story.
Pall Mall and Globe, London
Though the Canadian Prime Minister spoke but a few words, he made
a great impression on his colleagues.
Those who have come into personal
contact with Mr- Melghen assure me
that he has a great career before him,
not only in Canadian but also In Imperial politics.
A man of clear thinking and business-like habits, he goes directly to
the heart of the subject he takles.
His words ring true and he inspires
confidence.
ROAD OVER HOPE _ .by a groat many interested in the new
MOUNTAINS TO BE highway.    Another was by way   of
STARTED NEXT YEAR: Harrison Lake and Pemberton Mea-
■ ■   —- dows.   A third was by the Cleveland
VICTORIA.—A definite   announce- Survey from Hope to Princeton and
ment of the government's proposals | the fourth the old Dewdney Trail.
regarding the construction of the last!    Hon.  Dr.  King  said  that the last
link of the transprovlncial highway
was made by Hon. J. H. King, minister of public works, ln the legislature
last week.   This Is In accordance with
route wns the one selected by tlie
government engineers. This is seventy miles lpng and extends from
Hopo to Princeton.   For   twenty-five
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OUR OWN ESTAI.LISHMENT, IN DIFFERENT STYLES
TIIAT ARE APPEALING TO MANY. SOMETHING DIFFERENT, YET COSTING NO MORE.
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Ghe Cranbrook Herald
tho announcement previously   given: miles out of Hopo tlie route follows
out in Tlie Herald. „ I the old Sapper road.   The Coquahal-
He outlined the situation ln detail. Iti river Is followed for some distance
and said that four routes had been and the route branches off, following
considered carefully by the depart-1 the Suniallow river,
ment. Tho first was the Fraser Can-1 The Skagit river Is touched and
yon route which had been advocated followed for a short distance. When
the road strikes Allison Pass, at an
altitude of 5800 feet, Whipsaw creek
Is followed until the trail etrlkes the
old Cleveland survey, south ot Princeton.
The minister said that the cost of
tills road would be approximately
JCOO.OOO. Tliere would be forty-two
miles of new construction required,
twenty miles of reconstruction, while
eight miles of the Cleveland survey
could be utilized. He eald that the
engineers' report showed that no great
difficulty in construction would be
met. From a point one mile west ot
Allison Summit, there would be six
miles of hoavy construction costing
nbout $18,000 per mile. Few bridges
would be required, he said, and there
were no evidences of snowslldes
mud slides, although the trail had
po-BSue noaq pm- 8.i_ou|3uo JO AVtsi
■e juq) p|«s *_u|_i •-(_ *boh -penonuem
eojnoj sno|juA etri tni* gunned
•sjuex Xjjij .ioao jo; eou-isjxe nf ueaq
on the Fraser Canyon route survey all
summer. The dlBtnnco would be ninety-four miles, and the cost $1,129,302.
Thoro would bo forty-six miles of new
raid required, with forty eight miles
to bo reconstructed. The altitude of
that road would be 1250 feet at the
highest point. He said that great difficulty would be mot in constructing
F. A. WILLIAMS, Manager
Phone 18
CRANBROOK, B.C.
VallcLce Reid ud Lois Wilson
«._i»i<xot*ePar-«nount Picture
•-The Hell Diners'
At  the  Rex Theatre, Monday
and Tuesday next
BORROWED FINERY
WORKS WONDERS IN
"TWO WEEKS WITH PAY"
Borrowed finery, which played such
an Important part ln tbe life of Ro-
wena Jones, the check-room girl heroine in "You Never Can Tell," Bebe
Daniels' first starring picture, again
enters the .plot of that star's latest release, "Two Weeks With Pay," which
comes to the Star Theatre Wednesday
and Thursday of next week. In this
picture Miss Daniels plays a shop girl
whose employer equips her with a
very gorgeous wardrobe and sends
her off to a very expensive hotel, hoping tbat her beauty will attract attention and advertise his costumes.
The first part of the plot works out
very well. Pretty Pansy does attract
attention. Somebody starts thc rumor that she ta a famous actress resting incognito. Paihsy's fine clothes
seem to bear this out. The plot thickens when the guests at the hotel Insist on showering her with attention,
and tho real actress appears on tlie
scene. Jack Mulhatl again plays the
male lead, as he did tn the first Daniels' picture.
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada l.linllcd
OTFICES, SMELTING! AND IIUPININO DEPARTMENT
THAU,,   HBITINll   COLUMBIA
SMELTERS AND  REFINERS
Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper and Lead Ores
Producers of Gold, Silver, Copper, milestone, Pig Lead and
Zinc  "TADANAC"  Brand
For Constipated Bowels—Bilious Liver
Tlie   nicest   cathartlc-lnxallve   to
physic your bowelB when you linve
Headache Biliousness
Colds Indigestion
Dizziness Sour Stomach
Is candy-like Cascarets.   One or two
tonight will empty your bowels completely by morning and you will teel
splendid. "They work while you
sleep." Cascarets never stir you up
or grips like Salts, Pills, Calomel,
or Oil and they coet only ten cents
a box.   Chidren love Cascarets too.
iPomen
y Canada
mlnA from all the people efCanata an earnest miesv of tke real issue hefore Canada (War. I ait
pirn men and vomers a calm, IktmtAlfnl consideration ssfmitm psblic aueitionii and. so Ur as I
stmsMcenrisnyielf, lanital/turn twfairsuii."-^ '      '    "'"*
most
issue
WOMEN OF CANADA, tbe coming General Election will bo one of the
momentous in Canadian history, and Arthur Meighen asks YOU to give the
fair, unbiassed consideration.
Women snd men alike are called upon to decide whether political, industrial and
economic stability is to be replaced by class rule, political and industrial chaos snd
possible economic bankruptcy.
The facts ore clear, and every'Canadian woman will do her own thinking. She will
not be misled by others. She will not blindly follow family political precedent, neither
will she be carried away by the false theories or empty "isms" of theorists ami extremists. Every woman will arrive at a personal decision by the application of
practical common sonse.
The great issue is the Turlff and here nre briefly the facts.
The present Canadian Tariff, so far ns it affects the necessaries of life, Is n very
moderate one. It Is Blmply a tariff maintained to keep Canadian factories in Canada,
•mploylng a steadily increasing volume of Canadian labor ami developing Canadian
resources.
Melghen stands firm for the continuance of a reasonable tariff. It is now even more
imperativei than ln the past. All other Important countries are retaining or increasing
their tariffs in order that they may hold their home markets for their own people.
Under Crerar's Free Trade policy Canada would bo awnmped with foreign goods
principally from the United States, Canadian industry would be ruined, thousands
2_ .me1,f?d w1men would he out ot W0lk with "" the hardships to themselves and
their children that must result. The farmer's great home market would be seriously
affected, taxes would be increased, and Canadian working men would hsve to no to
the United States for employment
While Hngi Tariff policy is wobbly lt nevertheless tends toward the destruction of
the Tariff and would bring with it practically the same results.
MEIGHEN*S POLICY EVERYBODY KNOWS.   It ls the only    means    whereby
confidence may be maintained and employment given to all classea of the people.
The foregoing is a plain statement of logical conclusions arrived at trom the facta.
Think the matter over carefully "without favor but with fairness".
Make your own decision, stand by It unmoved and be sura to exercise your vote.
Canada Needs Your Vote; and—.
Tie National Liberal and Conservative Party
PubUcfty Committee .-Jw,
Isms. Thursday, Not. 10th, 1981
THE     CBANBBOOK     HEBALI
PAGE    FIVE
CBANBBOOK
LAND DISTRICT
DISTBICT OF EAST KOOTENAY
TAKE notice that I, Louis Le-
blonde ,of Wasa, B. C, occupation
farmer, Intend to apply for permission to lease the following described
lands:—
Commencing at a post planted 20
chains north of the southwest corner
of Lot 6682; thence west 40 chains;
north 40 chulns; east 40 chains; south
40 chains to point of commencement,
containing 160 acres more or less.
LOUIS LEBLOND.
Date, 22nd October, 1921. 3.-43
I'KOFESHIONAL CARDS
Office 1-linnc '-'llll    P.O. llox Sim
lies. Phone 210
B. A. MOORHOUSE
Assoc. Mum. Can. Bott. O.K., * I..C.L.8.
I'ltOV.   LAND   SURVEYOR
Offico - Hanson Block
(rnnlironk     •      •      •B.C.
I» U . IV . A. F E B (11 E
DENTIST
C:tiii|ilit'll-Hannlug
I'lioie 97.    Olllce Hoars
-7 lo IS, 1 to f> p.m.  Hats.
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BEQUEST   FOB   ARMISTICE
DAY HOLIDAY LAID HEFORE SCHOOL BOABD
(Continued from Page 1)
ln all too many cases, their very lives,
that our Dominion should be a safe
place In which the naton's children
might grow up and realize the same
ambitions which their fathers, brothers and relatives so unselfishly sacrificed for that very purpose.
1-rg. Oreen ft MacKinnon
Physicians and Sargeons
Oitlce at realdenee, Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICE HOURS
Forenoons   1.00 to 10.00
Afternoons   1.00 te   4.00
Evenings T.10 to   8.10
Sundays   U0 to   4.10
CRANBROOK, S. C.
1)11.
F. B. MILES .
DENTIST
Offlce in Hanson Block
OFFICE HOURS
0 to II. a.m.
1 to   I p.m.
CRANBROOK, B.O.
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Undertaker
Pbene IM
Horbiry Ave, next to City Ball
MONUMENTS
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MONUMENTAL CO.,
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I ODflES AND SOCIETIES
CRANBROOK
KAKMEHS' INSTITUTE
Regalar Meeting
SECOND SATURDAY el eaeh
rienll. nt I p.m. In the Clly Ball
BAPTIST CHURCH
PASTOIt  W.  T. TAPSCOTT
USUAL SERVICES ON
SUNDAY NEXT
Morning Service at 11 a.m.
"Leader* for the Church of To-
morrow"
A ftormon to young people
Sunday School at 12 noon.
Evening Service at 7.30 p.m.
"Paying the Fare"
Young People's Meeting on
Monday evening at ?  p.m.
Prayer   Meeting   on   Thursday at S pm.
YOU ARE WELCOME
Thanking you for the consideration
given to our Armistice Day proposals.
1 beg to remain
Yours truly,
Sgd. A. F. CUOWE,
Secretary G.W.V.A.
P.S—A copy ol your letter and
our reply is being bauded to both
local papers.
The matter was apparently viewed
from no other point than that ot
convenience and from a supposed
mercenary viewpoint on the part of
the local Association. We have also
been informed verbally tbat Uie HIrIi
School principal was averse to even
our alternative request. We feel sure
that this was not the case.
Surely it is almost time for the public to consider that with the passing
years Armistice Day, with no provision made to keep Its real significance
alive in the hearts of the i-eople, will
gradually sink Into the discard. And
no other day in the history of the
world deserves more to be kept flaming bright as tlie Flanders poppy in
ths minds of those who had such a
reason to rejoice on it.*- coming intu
being aa the day on which the world
shook off Its almost insurmountable
burden of sacrificing at the mouth of
the cannon, the bodies of those who
should ever remain enshrined in the
most hallowed place in our thoughts.
The Associations who have at heart
tho memory of the great body of men
IF STOMACH 18 BAD
LET MAPEP8IN END
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A young woman who waa
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Is now another user of Pacific.
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She also mentions that she
often heard her mother say that
It all British Columbia products were as good aa Pacific
Milk they could lead Canada
as a manufacturing centre.
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Sojourning Oddfellows cordially
In-riled.
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NoWe Orand.,      R»e. Me.
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and Weekly Star of Mnotreal costs $2.00 a year.   We now
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With The Family Herald and Weekly Star Is included
a copy of the new Canadian Coat of Arms ln true heraldic
colors, size 14 x 17 inches. This beautiful plate should be
found ln every Canadian home. Every boy and every girl
should be taught to describe the Canadian Coat of Arms.
A copy will be sent free to all who accept this offer.
who are lying Bleeping in far-off foreign fields, or wlio returned to thla
country only to yield their soul and
bodies to tho debt Imposed upon them
by the dictates of the living hell ln
Prance, are endeavoring to do their
utmost to keep this spirit ulive. And
io them also fails the major task of
seeing that those wlio did return either crippled physically, financially
or otherwise, receive some consideration at tlie hands of the country which
owes lo them the safeguarding of
the very soil over which they now bo
unconcernedly tread.
It may be unknown to the general
public that almost every day men who
aro In the above situation apply to
their only refuge, the returned mens'
unions, to give them the assistance
whlcb they require. Were it not for
these organizations muny a man who
least deserves the fate, would lie in
a pauper's grave or live a life of
greatest torture. It is for these men
that our organization is fighting so
strongly. And to help them in their
efforts to rehabilitate themselves In
the face of the opiKisltion coming from
those who could not sue with them at
Uie call the greater proceeds of whatever revenue these soldier bodies receive goes.
And for tills reason the acts of
members of a public body such as a
School Board, In charge of the destinies of the men and women of tomorrow, are galling to the local Association as it is to all tho great united
and other bodies of returned men who
have this question nearest to their
hearts.
GREAT WAR VETERANS ASS'N.,
Cranbrook Branch
Mr. J. M. Clark, who returned the
end of last week from Calgary, where
he attended n conference of Y. M. C,
A. secretaries, reports a very successful and inspiring gathering. Addresses were heard from men prominent
In "Y" work In its various branches-
lUauric. 7ouracur mmtmu
vAe sjooliih fljoljoiu'
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Bronchitis
" Sufferers
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ud their freedom from risky
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Dr. GORDON STABLES.
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when the old bronchial cough shows
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snd tender, it is important to bave bandy
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You breathe the Peps medicine, aad
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THtetMior
M
Bowser Arraigns
Govt, on Finances
Investigation of Liquor Cbargea
Blocked by Small Majorlt j—
Light oo P. Q. £. Contract
(Special to The Herald)
VICTOR^, B.C— The request of
the leader of tbe opposition laat week
for a select committee to Investigate
various ihargea in connection with
the operation of the Liquor Act, was
voted down by the bouse on the contention of tbe majority of tbe government members that the charges must
be made specific. Hr. Bowser replied
that his charges, as placed on the order paper were specific enough,
though general, and that it a committee waa appointed he would present
his charges wltb the evidence. It he
tailed he aald he would suffer and
perhaps be driven out ot public life.
All labor and independent members
except Menlies, voted wltb tlie Conservatives for the investigation, but
Uie government carried by a vote of
18 to lit. No sooner was the Investigation denied that a Vancouver paper
printed the fact that a firm of solicitors, one member of which was a
legislator, had received a check tor
13000 for securing for his client tbe
consent <-f the Attorney-General for
the establishment ot a bonded warehouse. The same paper went on to
state tbat for similar services another
firm had sharged only seven dollars
and fifty cents, as there was no legal
difficulty Invoved. When the house
again met, Ian MacKenzIe, fourth
member tor Vancouver, admitted that
during his absence and without his
knowledge bis partner had received
$3000, and that he turned his share
of (16000 over to the O.W.V.A. Thus
the matter stands but is surrounded
by tbe necessity for specific charges,
which means that tbe one direct and
specific charge must be laid and no
evidence bearing on any other wrongdoing will be admitted or considered.
The ruling ot ths House Is contrary
to all precedent because in every sei-
ect committee appointed during the
past ten or fifteen years tlie charges
were general and not specific. Opinion is general that the government
does not want an Investigation and
will not grant unless forced to do so.
For mora than two hours on Monday W. J. Bowser occupied the floor
and dealt with the buge financial
debt and the Increased taxation. He
denounced the government tor building 1400,000 court bouses, granting
the B. C. Electric nearly a halt million to change Its tracks, and indulging In other extravagant expenditures
while, at tbe same time, It waa cutting down mother's pensions. He cited the tact that the government had
given no thought to the question of
unemployment, had made no suggestion of labor legislation, but was devoting all Its energies to plunging
the people Into debt and devising new
methods ot taxation In order to meet
this debt. He laughed at the suggestion that the government would not
call a session In 1922 because It wanted to continue to run riot with public
finances and the Liquor Act. The only way lt could get away from a 1022
session was to amend the Constitution
Aet and tbe leader of the Opposition
served notice that if they attempted
any changes In that act he would give
his word that this legislation would
not prorogue this year.
People Hut Fay
Mr. Bowser dwelt on the fact that
in five yeara this government had In.
creased the public debt from twenty
millions to sixty millions. He showed
that since March of this year they
had borrowed seventeen millions and
that they were simply running rampant and piling up taxes until the
people can no longer stand It. He
dwelt on the proposal of the government to meet Its huge expenditures
by taxing everybody one per cent on
their earnings. Every telephone girl,
every store girl, every man or woman,
whether they earn a living by mining
or by sewing, will be called upon to
contribute to the public treasury because this government has heaped
up a debt beyond all reason.
■ere F. G. I.
Tbe house haa yielded to the motion
of the member for Rossland, W. K.
Baling, to give to the public a printed
copy of the contract showing the
terms trader whlcb the P.G.E Is
being built by the Northern Construction Co. Mr. Baling went after this
laat year, but the government refused
and so for the first time since 1018
the contract Is to be printed. In
apeaklng to the motion Mr. Esling
pointed out that in MM Foley, Welsh
4 Stewart agreed to build and equip
the road to Prince Qeorgo tor six
millions. He also pointed out that In
February, 1M0, Mrs. Smith asked on
the order paper how much It would
coat to complete the road to Prince
Oeorge from the then terminal. The
reply of the Premier wu that lt would
ooet four millions to build and equip
It. Eighteen montba have elapsed
since Mra. Smith asked ber questions!
In tbat time seven million, have been
spent, and the road la aa far as Quesnel and It will eost another four millions. Taking these two statements,
and the Rossland member charged one
of two things. There waa Incompetency la estimating the cost or the
.prlcee contained In the contract were
ruinous to the province.
The contractors receive 6H-* oa
the enealltaiee aa tiled on unit
prlcee kr evscythlag. ead Ihe mere
moro ynnls of material tlioy move,
the more money they make. The printing of lhe contract will serve to open
the eyeB of the public.
■ m . .
PUBLIC MEETINGS WILL
BE HELD IH CHURCHES
I> CITY SHOKTLV
Two special meetings orgunlzed by
the Ministerial Association will shortly be held as follows:
On Thursday, evening next, November 17th, a public meeting will be
held lu tlie Presbyterian Church when
the speaker will be Bev. Dr. Shearer
of Toronto, secretary of the Social
Service Council of Canada.
The public ls invited to this gathering, at which an offering will be
taken. Rev. W. T. Tapscott will preside.
On Tuesday, November 22nd, a public meeting of those Interested ln girls
work will be held in lhe Baptist
Church when Uie speaker will be Miss
K. Genimell, B.A., Girls' Work secretary.   Hev. R. W. Lee will preside.
* »-•-*.	
THE  WEATHER  BULLETIN
Official thermometer readings at
Cranbrook.
Mln. Max
Oct. 27   37 44
Oct. 28   37 62
Oct. 29   32 60
Oct. 30   36 47
Oct.  31     25 SO
Nov. 1    29 51
Nov.  2     23 67
Nov. 3   23 66
Nov. 4  25 46
Nov. 6    42 54
Nov. 6    31 50
Nov. 7    34 44
Nov.   8     20 35
Nov. 9    29 38
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"THE HELL DIG-UERH**
WALLACE REID'S LATEST PET PLAY AT REX
"No moire automobiles ror
a while" Hinli
ed Wall ace
Reid.
"How do yon
mean?"
"Well," Bald
the Para-
mount star
of "The Hell Diggers," which will he
at the Rex Theatre next Monday and
Tuesday, "I have been doing a lot of
pictures in which I was a racing driver, but now I have a new sort of
role and a new "pet** to work with."
"Yes," tbey are the big gold dredgers used In the big mining districts.
I'm the boss of one of these little "play
things, and there's something different about the effect produced by one
of these big engines.
Mr. Reid said further that many
persons think being a star fs play,
"but," he added, " let me assure you
there's lots of work as well. I've
been bumped off bridges while peacefully riding In a caboose, jumped on
and kicked in the shins and belted
over the head in the course of picture work and managed to pull all
through It unscarred—visibly at any-
rate. But it's not play. To enact
a role needs concentration, thought,
study. We film folk are busy — and
we love to talk shop all the time"
"You're happy, then?"
"Why not?"
Mr. Reid let his club fly and caught
an inoffensive pebble amidships. It
sailed through the air and missed
Walter Heirs by sbout a foot. Tbe comedy star grinned. "I know I'm thin,
Wfelly. but you ought to hit me at that
distance.**
Big attraction at the Star on
Friday and Saturday of next
week.
ASPIRIN
Only "Bayer" is Genuine
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Colds Headache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Earache, Toothache. Lumbago
and tor Pain. Handy tin boxes ot
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CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS
In tbe
OLD COUNTRY
Spend ■ renl Merry Chrlntm-M with the Folk* Bt Hnme
THROUGH   TOURIST  SLEEPERS
DIBECT TO THE SHIP SIDE     HO CHANGE OE CABS   RO DELAY
Lv. Edmonton
Lv. Calgary
Nov. 11
Steamer
Sailing from     Data
Nov. 10
•impress ol France
Quebec         Nov. 16
Nov. 12
Nov. 13
Melita
Montreal       Nov. 17
Nov. 20
Nov. 21
MlnnedOM
Montreal       Nov   2.1
Nov. 21
Nov. 22
Empress of Britain
Quebec          Nov. 2«
Dec. 4
Dec.  6
Metagama
St. John       IJec. 9
Dec. 8
Dec. 9
rmpreea ot France
St. John       DM. 13
TRAVEL In COMFORT VIA THK DEPEKDAHI.E 1101 TE
of the
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY     -
Don't
^llffpy frequent attacks of indi-
tsjmsll e ci gestion, biliousness, liver
trouble, sick headaches, and constipation.
Take a few doses of Beecham's Pills which
cleanse and stimulate digestive and elimi-
native organs, and tone and invigorate the
_   .       entire system.
lake
Beecham's Pills
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Lartttt Safe of Any Mmdktnm tn tht World.
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PAflE   SIX
THI     OBAHBBOOI     HBBAKB
Thursday, Kor. loth, IMI
MacDonald's
Grocery
Five Roses and Royal
Household Flour, 98s .... Si.U
Bulk dales, 3 lbs. tor    50c
Libby's Pork aud Beans, 2s,
7 cans for   »1*00
Bulk currants,  per lb.   25c
Bulk Sultanas, per lb  35c
Tip Tap Salmon, largo tin .. 20c
Tip Top Salmon, small  15c
2 for  25c
Brookfield butter, 14s solid,
per pound   45c
Rolled Oats, 8s 45c
Rolled Oats, 20s   $1.00
— QUAKER   BBEAD —
PHONE  76
CHINESE
Nationalist League
and
Armistice Day
Ths Chinese Nationalist
League are holding a
three-fold celebration at
their new building   at   5
Durick Avenue, on
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11
They are celebrating
Peace Day, the First Anniversary of the formation
of the Cranbrook Branch
of the League, and the formal opening of their uew
quarters.
Afternoon tea will be
served from 3.30 to 5.00 p.
in., and the public are cordially Invited lo be present
€ity Items of Interest
Social-Personal
Members of the executlvo of tlie National Liberal and Conservative Association aro reminded of an executive meeting whicli is to be held on Saturday evening, in H. W. Herclinier's
olllce, which it is desired to have us
largely attended as .possible.
Corporation of the City of Cranbrook
Municipal Voters List, 1922
Property owners and holders of Agreement
of Sale who were not on the Municipal Voters
List for 1921 and who are desirous of getting
on the Voters List for the year 1922 must
register with the undersigned before the 30th
day of this month.
T. M. ROBERTS,
City Clerk.
Cranbrook, B.C., Nov. 9th.
37-38
Insure with Beats and Elweli.
+   +   -t-
Tunssten Lamps— 15 and 25 watt,
45c; 40 and 50 watt, 50c; 100 watt Nitrogen,  $1.25.     Our low prices win
every time. W. P. DORAN.
+   +   +
The ladles of Christ Church Guild
will hold their Annual Bazaar in the
Parish Hall on "Wednesday, November
30th. 36-39.
+ + +
The Women's Conservative Study,
Club will huld its regular meeting on
Thursday afternoon next at 3 o'clock
in the Maple Hall. ,AH members and
those Interested are requested to attend.
,      +   +   +
The Chief of Pollco Is in receipt of
au enquiry relatlvo to ono James Forrest Peebles, who was employed at
tho St. Eugene Hospital here during
912 and 1913.   Since then, however
all traco of Peebles has boen lost and I *■"""*- "•"■ "--
his mother, who Is residing in Glaa-j DoceIn-"-'r 21»*-
gow, Scotland,  ls anxious  to know
what haa become of him.   Any Information will be forwarded to Mrs. Pee-
bles should anyone happen to know
the person referred to.
+   +   +
There will be a special meeting of
tho Methodist Ladies' Aid In the Sunday School Room on Priday, November
18th, at 3 p.m. 37-38
+   +   +
Big sacrifice In dolls, 40 per cent,
discount oft all dolls in stock.
Moffatt's Variety Store.
+   +   *
Mr. H. E. Jacks,* Jr., C.P.R. Express messenger, Is In the city for a
few days visiting at the home of his
parents here.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Adlard spent the
holiday week-end ln Pernie.
BORN.—To Major and Mra. H. B.
Hicks, of this city, on Thursday, November 3rd, a son.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hill have been
spending the week lu Nelson, leaving
on Sunday last.
Mrs. O. R. Taplln, of Yahk, *is visiting at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Brown, Norbury Avenue, for some tlmo.
The first regular practice of tho
Cranbrook Musical Society will lie
held on Tuesday evening next at 8
o'clock.
The date of tho Christmas Tree und
entertainment nt the Baptist Sunday
School has boon set tor Wednesday,
Tho joint aochil committee of the
Rebekah and Odd Follow lodges hove
decided to hold a dance ln thc Auditorium on Priday, December 2nd
Further announcements will be mado
later.
W. P. Q. Hughes, of Rcglna, a member of the staff of the job printing
department ot the Regina Leader, was
a caller at the Herald Office this
week. He has been on holiday, renewing acquaintances wtth friends ln
the city. He returned to Regina on
Tuesday afternoon's train.
JOHN MANNING'S
CLOCKS
Clocks that harmonize
beautifully with the
other home appointments are a feature of
our present stock.
The faithful, lifetime
service our clocks will
glvo you, witli their
sweet-toned gongs and
accurate time, ls a
source of Joy and satisfaction in the home.
1-lun Ahead for Xmas
W. II. WILSON
Jeweler
Hurlburt Shoes
For Kiddies
Dr. Bonnell, M.P-, accompanied by
C. M. W-oodwortli, a Vancouver lawyer, were In the city Tuesday and held
an informal conference with support-
^_^1111111111111B______________________________^^^_  ers °* the Meighen government.   They
Cranberries 36c per pound.   Brook- left the next -day and will   address
field eggs 65c doz.  Bulk soda, biscuits meetings ln other parts of the riding
20c per pound. Sugar $9.25 hundred.
Delicious apples 2 lb. for 25c; other
varieties $1.75 to $2.75 per box. Sal-
ada tea 60c ,per pound. Jam 75c to
$1.25 per tin. Hubbard squash Sc per
pound. We have a shipment of very
choice turnips Just in. Spanish onions
10c per pound. Bacon 60c to 65c per
pound.
30 13*/2 Dominion Tubes $3.25
32 x 31/. Goodyear Tubes 8.10
31 x 4 Goodyear Tubes ^ 3.55
33 x 4 Goodyear Tubes 4.15
34 x 4 Goodyear Tubes   4.45
30 x 3i/2 Dunlop Traction Casings 17.85
31 x 4 Goodyear Plain Casings 33.75
31 x 4 Goodyear A. W. T 25.75
32 x Zy2 Goodyear A. W. T. 23.25
DELANY & SINCLAIR
APPLES—-Wagner, Rome Beauty or Jonathan, unwrapped
f UW per box
BUTTER—Cardston creamery, 3 lbs »1*M
Brookfield 14lb box, per lb. ISc
2 lbs.  ~»8«
Cheese, per lb *Wc
Eggs, per doz  *Wc
Onions, 4 lbs  Ht
Cwt  MM
Toilet paper, rolls, 3 for ... 85c
or 7 for   BOc
Grapes, Emperor, per lb. .. 80c
Wood, $6.00 up to 16.00 for 2
ricks.
HONEY—In bulk, per lb. .. Mc
Bring Jar for us to fill.
Currants, lb 25c
Packages   25c
Raisins, pkg  80c
or Seedless, lb 85c
Poel—lemon and orange, lb. 40c
Citron   50c
Sunkist Oranges, per dozen
60c, 70c and 80c
CRANBROOK
TRADING Co.
during the balance of the week.
The funeral took place on Wednesday of little Matalini F.Bni, the six-
months' old daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Umberta Fisni, of this city, resident
in the South Ward section. The little one died on Monday evening. The
funeral was conducted from the Catholic Church by Father Murphy.
Rev. R. W. Lee has received word
by wire that Rev. W- E. Galloway,
who was to have been here on Sunday next to conduct service, and also
to hold a public meeting n the Interests of boys' work, cannot fill the engagement then, but will probably be
in Cranbrook for the following weekend.
Geo. Hlgiginson has completed the
work of painting the exterior of the
'Prospector building on Armstrong Avenue for Mrs.-Violet Robertson, and
also the Interior of her store. The
laundry proprietor adjoining also got
the brighten-up idea going, and had
his premises painted up at the same
time.
An aged man named Powers, in his
78th year, died thia week in the St
Eugene Hospital. He came here from
North Yakima, Waish., some three
months or ao ago, and has been in the
hospital ever since suffering from
cancer. His son, Frank Powers, of
Golden, has been ln the city this week
to be with his father at the end. The
funeral is being held tomorrow, Friday, service to be conducted by Lieut
Ede, of the Salvation Army, who ministered to the deceased in his last
hours.
Mr. Ben. Weston left Wedneaday
for Calgury on a business trip and Is
expected to return early next week.
Mr. Terry, representing Caloric
Plpeless Furnaces, was in ihe city
this week doing buBlneaa with Patmoro Bros., their local agents.
Uulios' Sweater Coats, pure wool,
reg. price $11.00,- now $6.75. Pullover
sweaters, reg. $11.25, now $7.00.
Tliese sweaters are reduced 40 per
cent.        Moffatt's Variety Store.
H. C. McDermld arrived ln the city
a few days ago from Calgary, and haa
been spending some days in the dls-
trot looking over some land. It Is
understood he is particularly interes
ted ln some of the lands in the vicln
Ity of Wasa, and may move from the
other side of the line where has hold
ings, to this section.
Brady Brown, of the Wentworth,
hotel, left today, Thursday, for Nelson
to serve hia six months' sentence for
violation of the B.C Liquor Act.
Judge Forin heard the appeal case
some time ago, and In hj^ deferred
judgment handed down a few days
ago, upheld the city Magistrate's conviction •
Hr. B. G. Hamilton, returning officer for the riding, Is ln the city for a
few days after having spent some
time covering the rest of his big
district. Polling in the city of Cranbrook on December 6th will take place
in the G.W.V.A. Hall. There wfll be
no polling station at the Mission as
formerly, voters ln that vicinity having to poll their vote* in the city.
The matter was taken up With them
and arranged In this way...
The R. C M. P. staged a feat on
Armstrong Avenue on Tuesday afternoon which Bhows the resourcefulness
of the force In the course of their ev-
ery-day work. A runaway horse attached to a rig was hitting up a pretty good pace down tlie street, and two
Monnties, one on each side, -gradually
pulled up on the runnaway and closed
up, bringing tbe animal to a stand
still, and preventing what might have
developed Into something more serious.
ARE CORRECTLY BUILT TO PIT THE FOOT AND OP
SUCH EXCELLENT QUALITY WE CAN SAY WITH
THE UTMOST CONFIDENCE THAT THEY ARE THE
liEST SHOES MADE. IT IS TRUE THE PRICE OF
IIURL11UT SHOES IS HIGHER THAN MOST MAKES,
BUT WHEN YOU CONSIDER THAT ONE PAIR OF
HURLBURT WILL OUT WEAR TWO AND THREE
PAIRS OK MOST ANY OTHER MAKE THEY ARE REALLY THE MOST ECONOMICAL KIND TO BUY, AND
A    MOST    IMPORTANT   CONSIDERATION    IS   THE
m
GREAT COMFORT THEY AFFORD THE CHILD.    NO
NEED FOR FEAR OF FOOT TROUBLE IF THEY WEAR
HURLBURT
AGENTS FOB wans PIANOS
Phone 84
P. O. Box 621
f
Our
ANNUAl CLEARANCE SALE
this year will be bigger and better than   the   llalf.Prlce
Sale of last year
Commencing
MONDAY, NOV. 14™
we will clear out the odd lines of every department away
below cost to make room for .Xmas goods arriving every
day.
—see winnows—
Cranbrook Drug & Book Co., Ltd.
BOX E00 J. F. SCOTT, Mgr. Dir. PHONE 74
L. D. CAFE
THE HOHE OF GOOD EATS
Special Chicken Dinner Sunday
PRIVATE BOOTHS
Afternoon Teas — Ladles'   Patronage Solicited
FARMER-LABOR PARTY
All Interested In the candidature of Hr. W. Scott
MacDonald, the Farmer-Labor candidate for the Dominion Parliament, should take steps to become a member of
the Party.
Committee Booms have been opened In the Clapp
Building for the use of members.
G. T. MOIR, Secretary.
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Quality Goods That   f
Show Style and Value f
Ladies' ready-to-wear outer garments, the equal of
which, in value, have never yet been shown in
this city, are now on display at this store.
MANTLES, SUITS AND DRESSES   {
distinctly superior ln fabric, style and finish are being shown here, and they are all
Priced Very Tloderately
SHOE BARGAIN
100 Pairs of Shoes, Ladies', Misses' and $
Boys', regularly from $3 to $6 values,
all at, per pair    -   - • -    $1.95
A proposal now before the school
board to give a maximum ot additional
room space at the Central School for
the least proportional cost, ls to add
an additional. store^-to the building
instead of building on a wing which
wonld only provide tour rooms. The
aspect of the matter now under dls
cusston is as to whether the foundation* of the building would be equal
to the strain ot the extra storey. Hr.
B. A. Moorhouse, architect, recently
Inspected the building for the school
board with thla end In view, and details of the plans of the building are
also being submitted to Victoria for
tha consideration of government eng-
Ineers upon this Important point. It
Is believed that the cost ot such an
addition would be about 180,000, and
it ts likely, whatever is decided upon,
that a by-law will be submitted
Io the ratepayers in January at the
tha* ot the municipal elections to
raise money for this purpose.
WANT ADS.
W. D. HlLL
i
Ladies,' Misaea' and Children's Wear Exclusively
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8TAK BECOND HAHD MORI
nml,
We pay the best prlOM going for all
kinds of furniture. We tmf any.
thing from a mons* trap to sn auto
mobile.
ran SALE—A number ot loose leaf
binders, different tlzes. Herald
Offlce. tf
Flour
If you want gftod bread-
buy good flour
Cream of the West flour,
100s  $4.25
50s  fi.15
—Groceries ol aU kinds—
DEACONS
Ho Delivery    Phoae 111
SEE TIIE WILLIS PIANOS MOW HEBE
A
CLUB CAFE
CROSS-KEYS HOTEL
Largest and Best in the City
SUNDAY  SPECIAL
Farm House Chicken Dinner *.  :  :  75c
J. BUCHANAN
Special In Silk Hose, all colore, reg,
Jl-25, now 76c.
Moffatt's Variety Store.
Don't forget tho Bazaar to be given
by the Methodist Ladles' Aid on Saturday, November 19th, commencing at
three o'clock, at the Old Oymnuaslum.
Home cooking and candy will be Bold,
and afternoon tea will also be served.
37-38
The Chinese Nationalist League
members in this city are preparing to
hold an Armistice Day celebration tomorrow, Friday afternoon, at their
headquarters on Durlck Avenue, iii
conjunction with the anniversary ot
the founding of their local branch In
the city. A good many prominent citizens have been invited to be present
at the gathering.
Proprietor
Every preparation has been made
that will ensure a good time at the
big O. B. C. X. Y. Z. Dance in the Auditorium, tomorrow evening, the night
of Armistice Day, ami a good time
seems assured for the big crowd likely to attend.
When a man has Rheumatism he is a little stiff. When
a man talks Pessimism he
Is a BIO . Well, anyway, don't be a Killjoy. Get
a CALORIC Heating System
Installed and keep in good
humor. It will reduce your
coal bills % to % and heat
your home perfectly lu the
coldest weather, or your money back.  DO IT MOW.
PATMORE Bros.
8AMTABT   aal   HEAtlNO
Hrarnna
f\ tAju#<i'/for rosi,:-
BY      BEALE  f ELWELL.
<ms.
It Toa Own Vour Owa MM Too
Ought to Own Vour Own
Hobo
OWN up to yourself, Is putting off
tills home owning proposition getting you anywhere? Rent receipts
aro about as valuablo to you as a
last yoar's bird's neat full ot last
year's weather roporte. We'll abow
you how to own your own.
MODERN COTTAGE
TO RENT
Our Safety Depoalt Vault Is
one ot tht finest in Town
and we shall be glad to show
you over any time.
Try one of our Safty Deposit
Boxes
REAL ESTATE
INSURANCE
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