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Array tUt, NATIONAL ADVLftTISEB
KNOWS TIIK BUST MKIIlim-
III. l'ATl'.ONIZESTUE HLil.VI.1
! THE CRANBROOK HERALD
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IIUOOK   K0IIKM081    VIIV.IVS
VOLUME 24
r ..h-**-*.
I'ltAMIHIIIIK. IU'., FAIIAV, DECEMBER S,  1932
\ i ii ii i: it    11
Prepare for the Ball the BSSSTi L a. on New Year's Night
New Party Comes
Into Existence
Third Tar.) May Uo .Figure In
Nexl rrovlnrlal l-.l-wllon
in Itritlsli (oliiuihlii
"To gol Oliver Uui ami nut lei Bowser 111," Ik Mn' slogan ol' iho now I'ro-
vliiclal I'iiriy, organised by tho political committee ol tho UnlUu) Farmers
of iu1, wiifoh wiih in session ni Vernon for two duys lust week.
Tho conference, which whk attend-
oil by fourteen delegates ol farmers
from Nicola, Kamloops ami North Okanagan, was boli(n(I cIobgcI doors, bui
John Redman, tho chairman, stated
thai all other organizations "wbo are
dtsgustod wiili tiie two political parlies will bt- invited to conic In with
ns to Form the Provincial Party."
The name "Provincial Party" wan
officially adopted. He stated tbat the
"broadening out" policy had been
adopted, and that a convention of ull
tanners interested in the movement
wus being culled for January 13 ut
Vernon, to complete further organization.
After tbe January meeting, which
precedes the annual convention or
the United Farmers convention, aim
to be held there, labor, business men
and others will be Invited to sit around the tattle und plan it campaign.
"The enormous lixed provincial
charges und Increasing high taxea, already a heavy burden to the farmer,
that were also being felt by the ordinary citizen of British Columbia,
were responsible for our action," said
Mr. Redman.
A membership fee of 21. cents was
tixed. and J. P. Tener, of Falkland,
wbo haa been prominent iu United
Fanner circles, was appointed organizer for the district hy tlie committee,
and will start on I on the job within a
few days.
Tbo committee proposes that local
political organizations shall be set up
in nil agricultural ridings. *
John Rodman, Kamloops. is chairman of the organization, und 11. U.
Stewart, NIcol, secretary.
The platform adopted by the committee follows:
The party should he a union of all
citizens in British Columbia under the
name of the Provincial Party.
Tbe Provincial Party wili urge upon tlie Dominion Governmeni ihe absolute necessity of establishing foreign trude areas, known as free ports,
in Vancouver and Victoria.
Tho establishment of an Industrial
research department to ascertain the
scientific use of by-products, agricultural and Industrial, now going t'i
waste.
The absorption nr involuntary unemployment by th,- provision of product Ivo work, uon -competitive with
established industries.
Land settlement In conjunction with
Imperial and other authorities,
Tlie amendment and re-drnfllttg of
the Water Act,
Rural   credits.
Drastic cutting down of the C0?l of
ndm In (stratton.
Adoptlou o( tho general recommend-
ntlons on lho pom contained In the
Hultivali   reporl.
Ultimate exclusion ci Oriental-!.
Amendment of thc Liquor Act.
Completion ot the B.C University.
Tlie  resolution  Ihat   wus tlm basis
of   the   uew   and   larucr   orguill'ution
follows:
Thai, in thc opinion or ihis meeting,
(he preseni political situation in liie
provinco has become so grave that it
is tbe duty of meu of all classes to
unite In an effort lo save the provlm
front bankruptcy, Por this purpose
we, as funnels, under the terms ot the
resolution liy wiih h the committee was
appointed, stand prepared to eu operate with buatnefls and labor Intnrosta
to abolish the misgovern menl which is
causing deep ooncorn nud alarm to
patriotic citizens everywhere
II,KO  IIA1TKMMJS
"The Old Historic Burg" js again oi,
tin' map. Old residents, who have for
long been sojourning on the Prairies
and oilier parts, are daily coming buck
in ihe city by the canyon. Hill Win-
sor, Charlie Johnson, Joe Sheridan,
Joo Hockley, Jack Thomson nud muny
others ure again in our midst. And,
nightly, as ot yore, lhe crowd gathers
around the hlg bellied stove In the
Columbia Hotel to swap lies and tell
Hie tales that beguiled many a winter
evening In the days of long ago. And
one und all emphatically assert thnt
they are here to stay. When u count
of noses wus made last Thursday evening, wliut was ut lirst considered u
strange steer wus found lu the bunch.
On pawing liiui over for ills brand,
however, the discovery wus made thut
another longhorn hud drifted back to
the home range. Jack Lewis bad come
to town. The reminiscence club that
night entered Into session with a full
quorum.
Ilunild White hus completed his preliminary survey ot the proposed scenic
road along the east side of Sheep
Mountain. Elko ls already rich in
beauty spots; but the opening of such
a highway as the Sheep Mountain cut
off will make of the town the most
attractive summering place In the interior of British Columbia.
Cap. Carruthers wus a business visitor on Tuesday.
The uew skating rlnk is u scene of
activity these frosty nights. If the
young folks displayed half tiie activity
In rustling wood as they do In tbe
making of ice, coal strikes would be
the least of our worries.
Tlie Klk Hotel, recently acquired und
taken over by William McKay of Waldo, is being renovated from cellar to
garret. Jack Thomson is in charge of
thc work. In addition to the regular
table de bote dining room, the hostelry
will boast a commodious cafe that,
when finished In il panelled beaver
bourd effect, will compare favorably
with thc restaurants of much larger
towns. A plpeless furnace will be Installed to beat thc rotunda and tbe
rooms on the south side of the building.
The new hydro-electric company is
rushing its work of construction. Tills
week is to see the laying of tbe foundations for the dining camps and sleeping quarters for the large force of
men required to construct the four
thousand feet of tunnel from the dam
site to the power plant ut the Itig
Itasiu below the fulls.
At tlte sile of the proposed pulp
mill ai Phillips' Bridge, nine miles
south of the town, some thirty men are
busy In the erection of buildings. No
construction machinery, however, has
arrived on the ground to date,
PRIZE WINNERS PROM
WINIH-iniKIH.  AT PROVINCIAL POTATO FAIR
|>M rid  Hakes A  Particular!)
Oootl Showing In Netted
Go in Variety
New to
iis.A.
Super-
Expert-
inner*;
nu  [tit
le. Iliad
tnteudent
menial Faun, wai in Hi" ci
Sunday nighi, leaving ror im
< ii .Monthly morning He was
way back from Qrand Forks, where lie
attended 'in- Provincial Potato Pair
held there lust week. Mr..Heath, of
Inverinere. was also al Qrand Forks,
and remained there a day or two longer in charge of the Windermere exhibits.
Tlie potatoes from thai district made
a particularly  giant showing lu the
Netted  Gem  (lasses, as  reference to
lhe following  list of prizes won  will
show.
clams A    i i:iniiii:i» s*:i:i>
l.ot 1, Netted (Jems: 1st J. W. More-
:a ud, 3rd ll. R. Bruce.
Lot ti, Miscellaneous: 2nd A. J. T.
Walker (Wee McGregors).
CLASS B— I'M'KltTlHKO SEED
Late Long, Netted Gems! 1st H. S.
Fuller,   2nd   K.   Ballantyne,   3rd  F.
Jones.
(LASS C—COMMERCIAL POTATOES
Early While: 5th P. M. Stoddart, ..
Late  Round  or  Oval:   3rd   R.  It.
Bruce, 4th J. S. Johnson.
Late Umg, Netted Gems: 1st J. W.
Moreland, 3rd H. L. Fuller, 4th H. H-
Peters, 5th It. R. Bruce.
DISTRICT IHSP1
Windermere Second.
SPECIALS
Best Sample of Netted
tilled: J. W. Moreland.
Vauhright Cup for Best  Sample of
Commercial Potatoes: J. W. Moreland.
CRANBROOK BOY IN
BICVCU: ACCIDENT AT
SELSON ON MONDAY
CENTRAL  SCHOOL PRINCE OF WALKS .HAY
REPORT? FOR MONTH       |      COME TO KOOTENAYS
OF  NOVEMBER! FOR BIO GAME HUNT
Total enrolment m Central School Interested Thr Oil (fit Coniiliaud-
uAY
Cer-
K. A. Hill on Tuesday received word
that his sou Kay bad been iu an accident at Nelson. The Nelson News recorded ilie tacts of the accident us
follows:
"Ray lllll, a student at the Nelson
High School, received painful injuries
and a narrow escape yesterday morning aboul 8.80, when lie was thrown
from a bicycle on which he was riding
in Fairview.
"Tlie youth, who lives on the north
Shore, was on his* way to school, on
his bicycle, and was hanging onto an
automobile getting a lift Into town.
As the car branched nut onto High
Street fvotu Nelson Avenue, another
auto cnuiitiR from-the opposite direction, caused the driver of the cur on
whieh the boy was hanging to swerve
In to one side and so let the approaching auto pass. In so doing the hoy
and wheel were swung onto ihe bank
at the side of the road, the youth receiving several bad cuts lo his face,
and his bike being badly smashed.
The motorist picked the lad up, and
rushed him to the Kootenay Lake General Hospital, where his wounds were
dressed.    He was then taken to his
A splendid piano hus been installed
iu  the Community Hall above Lewis '*'
FOlsy'fl garage.    It is Just a question ' ""*"*
which possesses the greater attraction DATE OF KKCOMD
for the young people, the new skating
rlnk or the monthly dniices at the
Community Hall.
PIU'ARIELI.0 AND
WOMAN ACCOMPLICE
ARE FOl'ND GUILTY
MUSICAL SOCIETY
CONCERT IS CIIANOKD
Program Glvoti WhIih's.I.ij Evening Last lo be Repented
on December HMIi
SeiiMitimiiil Trial Come** to an
Ind When Dentil Sentenee
Is Jleleil Out to Vcni-rd
One of the most scusatfouul murder
1 ll is announced that owing to an un
forsecn conflict in dales, the repeat
performance to be given by the Cran
brook Musical Society in aid of the Veterans' Christmas Tree fund will be
held  on  Tuesday  evening,   December
trials In the west reached Its cone lu-   Huh, ul   lhe Auditorium.      The first
NEW   FEATURES
WIU, MAIM IN THE
HERALD NEXT WEEK
A iu*w stereotyping out III will
be In use lu time for next week's
issue It Ih hoped, thnt wfll allow
of n number of new features being I it trod need, in addition to
providing un up-to-date cut service for the benefit of advertisers, several bright featured will
become available for use hi the
paper, Including a comic strip,
cartoon, topical Illustrations, etc.
The service, for which The
Herald has obtained the exclusive franchise, lu this territory.
Is undoubtedly the best of Its
kind, nud was secured after a
thorough investigation of the
other services extant. This move
hns been undor way for several
months, and everything points
to lis going Into full iibo next
week.
ding singes on Saturday last wben at
Calgary Mr. Justice Walsh imposed
sentence of death on Kmlllo 1'lccur-
lello and Mrs Florence Lnssundro, of
I Blalrmore, for the murder of Constable Steve Uiwsun. formerly of Pernie.
! This Is lhe first Instance in the province or Alberia when a wquinn bus
! boen sentenced to hang. In Imposing sentence the judge stute.d that ln
j the case of the woman there might be
| some hope of clemency being extended on uccount of her sex, after the ev-
! Ideuce hus been forwarded to the minister of Justice at Ottawa for the cub-
I tomury review.    The (lute of the exec-
| titlon wus set for the latter part ot February. After the Jury had returned
tholr verdict the Judge stated that he
heartily concurred In lt, and felt that
a grave miscarriage of justice would
have occurred had any other verdict
heen arrived at.
There has as yet been no evidence of
any appeal, and If tbe sentence Is carried out, it will be but five months
from the time of the crime,
announcement wus timi this would be
given on Wednesday evening next, bul
al Hint time it was not known hy those
In charge of the arrangements Hint
Priday of nest  week,  Dec. 15th
r November, 53;:
DIVISION  |.
h'lrKt ('hiss, 75'.  und over.
I'eter Brennan 78.86, Blllle Taylor
;..-.. Jack Cummings 7",-U. Ray Beoch
.4... Sophie Mader 77.14. WInnifred
Beale 77. Una Davey 7H.50.
Sei ond Class. tiO'.i to 759-r,
Jeeele Mclnnis 7-U6, Adrelle Owen
LVs. Margaret MacDonald 73.67, Ora-
mm Hale 72.14, Nabel Stender 71.21,
John Heimsing 69.US, Aileyne Wallln-
60.64, Wllheln.lne Woodman 60.60,
Leonard Parkin 68.52, Rrnald Haynes
8-1, Ethel Speers 07.07. Robert Pel-
ton 62,    Ixiran   Jordan   61.76,   Fear I
Prltchard   61,21,  Kdlth  Johnson   61,
Marlon Miles 60.28.
Third Class. ov'/c to 80ft.
.Marguerite    Caven    50.86,   Cleland
'urkln   50.85,   Harland   Clark   68.92.
Warren Bowness 67.57, Effle Charhoneau 55,28,   Elvln Leask 63,   Ivy San-
ierson 62.82, Ernest Laurie 61.
A. WOODLAND, Teacher.
DIVISION If.
Number enrolled'41; perfect attendance 28.
Tom Marshall 71.2, Evelyn Ward 63,
Jack (lenest 62.1, Malcolm Harris 61.2,
Mary Daniels 50.7. Sherman Harris
iO.l, Juck Swan 58.5, David Frame 58.3
Catherine Harrison 57, Arnold Hold-
net- 56.8, Edgar Sanderson 55.9,
SJnar  Ericksson  55.6,  Lillian   Lewis
55.5, Murray Garden 54.7, Jack Hen-
let-son 54.2, Ray Brown 53.0, Donald
Burton 63.6, George Heimsing 58, Leslie Sainsbury 52.4, -Jessie Brown 60.6,
Billy MacDonald 50.5, Pat Taylor 50.2,
Doris Shaw 48.7, Bert Laurie 48.4, Jas.
Dalzlel 49, Aubrey McKowan 48.4,
Kenneth McNell^tfU, Mac Horle 47.5,
Milliard Simpson 47, William Dargle
46.7, Henry Kemball 45.4, Fred Collings 44.8, James McFarlane 44.6, Har-
y Patterson 44.2, Tom Collings 43.7,
Willie Taylor 42, Melville Keed 41.2,
Happy Newton 38.5, Netty Johnston
:1S.2.
Absent during exams, Paul Gooderliam, James Johnston. ,
F. E. MAGEE. Teacher.
DIVISION HI.
Phyllis Thompson 84, Josephine Pas-
■u;!2o 81.3, Florence Finley 81, Marlon
Kummer 79, Frank Brennan 77.3, Pan
Brake. 77. Cyril Harrison 76.5. Horry
Helse 76, Margaret Willis 75.6, Elizabeth Miller 75.3, Frank Maloue 74.1.
Jean Home 74, Bill Wolfe 73, Eraser
MucKny 72.t>, Selina Dixon 72, Willie
Spence 71.6, Elsie Ericson 71.5, Jack
Barber 71, Edith Carlyle 68.5, Ulrthel
Benson 68, Gwen Slye 67.8, John Met.
culfe 67. Kenneth Bassett 65, Mabel
Clarke 64.6, Marlon Williams 63, Hazel
Campbell '62, Margaret Mclnnis 61,
Robert Taylor CO, Etta McGlll 59.6,
Helen Collings  59, Bertie McDonald
58.6, Elsie Willis 68, Hilda Steward
66,6, Madeline Woodman 56, Jean McPhee 55.5. Marlon Carr 56.6, Colvin
McBurney 53.3, Helen Brlggs 53, WInnifred Malone 60.
Absent   through   illness,  Margaret
Eye, Allan Gill,, Nancy Nesblt, Pearl
Saunders, Harriet Home.
Total enrolment 47.
DIVISION IV.
Knrofment-38; perfect attendance 26.
Junior Fourth—George Fanning 64,
Gordon Freeman 63, Evelyn Bowley
62. Kathleen Henderson 60, Grace McClure 59.6, Jessie Tlto 50, Robert Willis 58. Walter Fanning 67.8, Ronald
Moffatt 57.5, Ruth Chellender 67.1,
Frank Martin 56, Fred Stojack 55,
George Kemball 64.5, Billy Flett 64.4,
A llmi Shaw 53.8, Gordon Ranklns 53,
Mary (lenest 51.4, Ruth Kennedy 61.3,
Madeline Demlchel 60.4, Jessie Cassels
5t). ha McDonald 46.7, Jack Horle 46.2
Isobel Frame 42, Eva Stender absent-
Senior Third—Nora Miles 00, Mildred Bridges 83, Dents Turner 82, Ernest Worden aud Audrey Collier 78,
Leitch Paterson and Helen Helse 7a.
Melauie Lebeau 74, Nellie Miller 67.5,
er Pllelier, Who Has Hunt int;
l.ndcc ut VHiili' Sunn l.nki-
OBUTAKY
: Fine Program
of Music Given
o distinguished visitors were In
the city on Saturday and Monday last,
In the persons nf Commander I'llcher
and Lieut ean in Booth nf the 1 loyal
Naval Reserve. Both of the gentlemen
named wero participants In the Battle!came to be acquainted wtth ti
of Jutland whero Admiral lleattle ef- Mr. Yuill during the visits he m
inully nipped in the hud Germany's' this placo, aud still others da tei
him   bark   lo
JOHN  VI III.
Tlie following, taken from an Ed-[(
mon ton paper, refers to the late Mr.
John Yuill. father ol Mrs. A. s. War
of tliis city, who was called away la:
week to be with her father Iu  what
proved to be his lust illness, but who It was shown on Wednesday even-
arrived too late tn be witii him when lug that the people of the city ure not
tlte end came.   A good many people unuppreciative ol good music presep-
nueert   It)   Local   ImUii'   on
Wednesday Was Verj Cred- .
iltible  Bvenl
aspirations- lo   win   i'or   herself   the
proud title of Mistress of Hie Seus.
The   Commander   and    Lieutenstit
Booth  with   Mrs   Richer  have been •M"1 Vulll, who missed
friendship  with
duys in Ontario.
"The   funeral   service
hunting tor the past six weeks in the
White River country under the
guidance of Jimmy White uud Billy
Stork, well known guides of Fort
Steele. This is thc second excursion
that, the Commander has made into
East Kootenay in pursuit of the elusive mountain sheep. He looks upon
this district as a veritable 101 Dorado
of the hunter of game.
So enthusiastic has he become thnt
he has purchased ihe Broadwood
Ranch at the foot of While Swan Lake,
for the express purpose or creating a
base from which to conduct future
hunting expeditions.
In the course of a conversation with
u representative ol the Herald the
Commander spoke nr the possibility of
the district being honored by u visit
from t he Prince ol' Wales, perhaps
next full, lie hits been In correspondence with the Prince on the subject of
bunting in this district, and the royal
sportsman Is Interested to the extent
of seriously considering a trip into
Kootenay.
While in the city the naval officer
visited C. J. Lewis tor the purpose of
viewing the mountain sheep head
which bangs in his home on Lumsden
Avenue. They unhesitatingly pronounced it the most perfect specimen
of the Ovls Canadensis they had ever
seen.
"But," said the Commander, turning
to Jimmy White, bis guide, "there
mil-.. '  ."^uic Jusi as good on White
River."
&
Jimmie, bis % es still on the head,
nodded assent.
Jimmy und the Commander are a
hard pair to heal. Next fall, if they
do not surpass, or ut least equal the
Lewis trophy, it will not be for lack
or trying. And then there is Lieutenant Booth. He too is living for the
duy when u record sheep will fall to
his rifle—and when the amateur middle weight champion boxer of the
British Navy really means.business he
usually gets results. Gentlemen all,
may success crown your efforts.
This year, the bag of the party consists of two very fuir mountain sheep
aud two mountain gouts.
OFFICERS ELECTED
HV KEV CITV LODGE
FOK NKXT TERM
lat.* ted by i ><ai talent, - b some have charge to ged it, the past.    The Auditorium was
their ■•'■''' si filled for the occasion, there bo-
irlfer lug onlj a few vacant seats al the rear
■•j  i  e hnll       The arrangements had
jJTl. beeu anticipated to :',. last degree, a
, th(   b leal ol care belug noted In the
wing "■•■"i'1  of stage details, decorations,
h  at ,'1'" • ""lies in themselves  bul all con-
ributlng very  definitely to the suc-
e-s  or otherwise of any  concert  of
his kind.
The reBUll achieved may unhesitat-
ngly be said to have been eminently
attsfai uuy. Strengthened by the ud-
lltlon of some new feces, the original
uenibers of the Cranbrook Musical So-
lety, «.*■*- have stayed bj the organ!-
atlon and .-een in through parlous
Imes, may now justifiably feel pride
n whal is being dope. An organtm-
Ion I-- being imiit up that will do ore-
lit to many au older body itt places
: greater resources musically, and un-
onbtedly :.i! organisation ol 'bis kind
a ., commurtty asse*] who-., value is
tot   to   be reckoned by Lhe ordinary
Much     the i redll Por t e good sbo-
Ity Monday, November 27th, following
a long period of declining health, al
(he age of sixty-six years, was held mi
Wednesday afternoon from Connelly
H Armstrong's private chapel. Hundreds of triends gathered to pay their
last respects to one whom they bad
known and respected for so many
years. The chapel was crowded long
before the service, which was conducted hy the Rev. c. w. Branscombe,
Interment was mnde lu the Edmonton
cemetery.
The floral offerings, which wore
extremely beautiful, included a magnificent tribute rrom the family in the
form of gates ajar. Other floral tributes were received front Mr. and Mrs.
McNeil, Hazel and Hughie. Mr. aud
Mrs. John Mce.Nii, staff of Hudson's
Boy Co., staff of James Ramsey. Ltd .
Mr. and Mrs. Wtsmer, Mr. and Mrs
J. II. McKlnley, Mr. and Mrs. ]L Lang.j*'
Crofts. Lee und Oallinger. Essie and'^"'
Jock. Westminster Church Choir. Mr
and Mrs. IT. Page. Mr and Mrs. Cm-
bach and family. Mr. and Mrs. A.
Urefg. Mrs. Speer uud Louise, Eva and
Hazel, Mr. and Mrs. Clenaghen, Sue
and Alfred, Mr. and Mrs. c. F. Wilson,
Mr. and Mrs. George Bremner. Jean
and Bertha, Mr. and Mrs. Robertson,
A. Kunjoy, Mr. and Mrs. J. a. Collins.
Aggie, Eddie and Mabel. Westminster
Session. Mr. and Mrs. R. Bryan and
Lllah. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Third.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Dudley. Mr. and
■Mrs. A. W. Haddow. Wholesale Dept.
of Hudson's Bay Co.. Mr. aud Mrs.
Allan Wood, Alberta Motor Boat To.,
Mr. and Mrs. Dickie. David and Eva
McClure.
"The pall bearers were Robert Lee.
D. McCIenaghan. J. H. McKlnley, Wm.
Haley, John Deatty, and Owen Marry-
att."
iet>
Oil
• the
hlnga
firm
hicl. Mr. ti. E. Bow
t • leader, baa taken In the dlrec-
■ : U i different branches. In the
-rt tfftie he has been here Mr. Bow-
... - blah ed results which can on-
be due to a genuine faculty for nut-
:•: :■ ad.rst ip. w!.i< h calls for a
.1 f things besides sheer know-
ge .Mr. Bower is obviously a man
experience with the baton. hold-
It is muf-lrlQus well under control
;.H Times, wl.ich mak?s for a prec-
en that cannot otherwise he gain-
aud permitting Of a decree Of slm-
(Contlnued on page two)
HAW AH   BOYTf.K
The death occurred on Friday, December 1st, of Mrs. Thomas Boyter. of
Cranbrook.
.Mrs.   Boyter   wa:
In this vicinity,   and   had
Invalid for some time fi'-all
ed to cerebral hemorrhage.
old resident  and Mr*
1   been   an
succumb-
The fan-
era! service was held on Thursday afternoon in the Presbyterian Church,
Rev. E. W. McKay officiating.   Inter
ment was made here.
nome to come uesday, tmftette
ment was made here, the body being
brought from the Coast, flowers
were in evidence at the funeral from
rlie following  friends:
Family, pillow; Mr. and Mrs. W.
Hughes, heart: Mr. and Mrs. J. Taylor, spray; Annie and Family, spray;
Mr. and Mrs. John Leask. spray Mr.
and Mrs. FlewelHng. spray; Mr. and
Mrs. McEscbern, spray; Mrs. Bridges
Hinton. spray; Mr. and Mrs.
J. Wr-odman. spray: Mr. and Mr?. H.
Bridges, spray; T, E. Austin, spray;
Mr. and Mrs. I). A. Kay, spray Mr.
and Mr*-. Harry Coleman, Wycliffe,
spray Mr. and Mrs. A. IJ Bri iges,
spray
y of nest week, Dec. 161h. hud idu McGregor 67, Sophie McGregor 65,
been booked fur the minstrel show at. Norma Surtees 64, Joe Little 61, Billy
the Auditorium,   to   he given by the. Cameron absent.
Kimberley Hockey boys.     Iu order to
avoid any appearance or conflict in
the dales the Musicnl Society program
was therefore put back to the following week,
The program to be presented ou the
lMlh will be vuried slightly from that
given on Wednesdny lust, which everyone admits was one thnt will bear
hearing again, and it is hoped that it
crowd ju.it us large, or larger, will be
on bund to help both the Musical Society and the good work of the Veterans.
It. (1. Newton returned on Sunday
evening from Urund Forks wliere he
attended the provincial potato fair as
superintendent of lho Invermere Ex-
The Pic- perlmenial station, Ho culled at tlie
carlelio case haa so far cost tbe pro-: Herald office to relate the good success
vlnce of Alberta ln the neighborhood the Windermere potato growers met
of $15,000, the attorney general ot the! wllh ut Orand Forks, and went on to' ■&«■». Klsle Parker M.3, Molly John
province states. Invemere on Monday's train. (Contlaust Ot um ftf»)
8, D. WHITE. Teacher.
IH VISION V.
Senior Third—Paul Harrison 67.4,
Hazel Williams 66.7, Arthur Sakagui-
chl 66.7, David Weston 66.4, Garnet
Patmore 66, Rita Strachan 65.4, Mary
Huchcroft 05.3, Mary Cox 63.5, Mnry,
Hankins 61.5, Simon Prost 60.4, Hazel
Simpson 60.2, Kathleen Haley 59.8,
Hurry Roy 59.7, Nellie Sakagulchi 69.3,
Ethel Pugsley 57.8, Jas. Drew 57.7,
Elsie Wood 56.4, Rose Burton 64.8,
Alary Robertson 54.7, Nellie Owen 53.8,
Clifford Haynes 52.8, Harry Fanning
51.8, Thos. Moore 48.8, Qeorge Pelton
45, Bud Parker 42.8.
Junior Third—George Futa 73.8.
Sheila Patterson 66.8, Irene Mclnnes
65.2, Lowell McCoy 63.8, Clarence
Hcholey 60.6. Kathleen Melt riant 60.2,
Stephen  Magro 58.4, George George
At the regular meeting of Key City
Lodge, No. 42. 1. 0. O. F.. held lost
week, the semi-annual election of officers took place, resulting as follows;
Noble Grand   H- ®- Dingley
Vice-Grand       R. Burtch
Recording Sec W. C. Adlard, P.G.
Financial Sec W. I>. Gilroy, P.G.
Treasurer   F. G. Morris, P.G.
The remaining ollleers ure appointed
at the Installation meeting early In the
new year.
BM/E8AltK HOSTS AT
SIIPPKR AS I.OSINU
side ix Contest
On Wednesday evening at 6.30 at the
Parish Hull Ihe Beds, us winners In
the A- V, I'. A membership contest,
enjoyed u good supper at the expense
of the Blues, who lost out. Following the substantial supper which was
provided, a Iiii of toasts wns proposed, interspersed with the singing of
u number of song classics, such as
"To-day is Monday," "Old McDonald
Had a Farm." and other gems. A. E.
Leigh acted as toastmaster. and the
first, to the King, was responded to In
the customary manner by the singing
of the National Anthem. Thut to "The
Church aud the A. V. I'. A." was responded to by the Rector, Rev. F. V.
Harrison, and Miss M. Baxter, the
president of the society. "The Reds"
were toasted, and this wus responded
to by Thos. Hogarth and Fred Ryekman. "Canada." wus responded to by
F. G. Morris, aud by the singing of
"O, Canada. I'lie Ladies" were given their customary toast, spoken to
by K. Wasson mid C, Shaw, and this
was followed by one to "Tbe Men," to
which tbe speakers wero Miss Virginia
Wolfe and Miss Kvulyn Andertoo-
After lho close of the progrMH
dance was enjoyed till aboot »M.
Falkland Island Battle Dec. 8th 1914
The Most Decisive Naval Action of the World War.
II) Lieut. II. I. HelmsJnp.
t
The naval engagement designated j though t0 close with tbe Kent, when
The Battle of Falkland Islands, waa Invincible and Inflexible were evi-
fought on December 8lh, 1914, by a dently sighted, as they again altered
squadron under Vice Admiral Sir course and proceeded to Join the other
Doveton Sturdee. The British shlpsjahlps Leipzig, Dresden and Scharn-
engaglng the enemy were Invincible, buret At M6 a.m. the British squad-
Inflexible, Carnarvon, Cornwall, Kent,/"11
Glasgow, Bristol, Macedonia and Can.
opus. Almost Immediately after the
fatal action off Coronel. Admiral Stur-.
dee left for the soene with his squad-j
ron, in search of the German ships,
and he arrived at Port Btanlej on Dec-
ember 7th, about 10.30 a.m.
They re-cioaled and got ready fori
their search when at 8 a.m. December
Sth a signal was made. "A four funnel,
and two funnel man o* war In sight
steering north." Kent was ordered to
proceed to sea at once under full]
steam, when at 8.20 a.m. another col*
the
Med out of the harbour and a
eral chase commenced.
Shortly after noon the general order
"Open fire and engage the enemy'* was
made, the range heing about 16,000
yards From this time on heavy tire
was exchanged at varying ranges until
rtt '.i i» pi it was reported that all the
German ships with ibe single exception of Dresden, had been sunk. Dresden lying the fastest of the Herman
ships managed, between 4 nnd 5 p.m.,
curing the heat of the action, to slip
out of sight aud escape. At this tfme
her escape wns made easier by a drlz-
umn of smoke was reported to
couth. At 8.50 a.m. yet another column of smoke was reported, aud the
Macedonia was ordered to weigh anchor and await orders. At the time of
the welcome news of the German ships
being in sight, the British ships were
busy coaling, and some of tUe officers
and men were preparing for a day's
shooting, but no time was lost in preparing for sea In the hopes of meeting
the enemy.
About 9 a.m. Kent wns outside tbe
harbour, and Gnelsemm and Nurnherg
approaching at about JO knots, evf-.-jnewi
dently expecting to tlnd only titnsgow I spet
I /ling rain tailing, which made vision
very poor.
Thus was avenged the heroic deaths
of Admiral Craddock and his gallant
men at Coronel only live weeks previous. A rather significant fact to be
observed Is thai prior to the destruction of Admiral Cradocks squadron on
November 1st, 1814, shipping was proceeding as usual on the Pacific. As
soon us news of ('ruddock's defeat was
Hashed around the world, nil shipping
Immediately tied up, knowing that for
the timi- being, von Spee ruled tho
Pacific, Just the same, as soon as the
of St urdec's victory over von
was made known, all  merchant
and Canopus at Port Stanley. At fl.L'O - -shipping proceeded to sea again Just
a.m. Canopus opened fire on these two ' tin though no war was being waged at
ships at about 11.000 yards range, ull, and tbey oontlutieil to trade from
The enemy at once hoisted their col- the date cf the Falkland Islands battle
ours and tarntd uvay. A little later without, further hindrance from the
tka tw» antem altered course is Hun. PA OK
THK  CRANBROOK  HERALD
Friday, December 8, 1922
For a  Bilious Headache
brew a cup of Celery King-
natural herbs and roots—a gentle
laxative and purifier, Tunes up
the liver and stimulates digestion.
Makes you feel bright antl vigorous.   80cand 60c, atdrugglsts,
Stop that Cough
lt distresses you anil vour friends
- it is dangerous    A few drops of
Shiloh, the 60-year old remedy,
brings immediate relief. Shiloh
stops that irritating ticklinglntho
throat, loosens the phlegm and
heals the tissues. Get Snfloh, at
your druggists, 80c, 60c and $1.20.
Enquiries arc still reaching the office of the Herald as to the supposed
starting oi-tho K. K. K. in Cranbrook.
I Mrs. Robert Potter and young son
I aro expected to arrive In the city from
j Spokane ou Tuesday evening of next
week, joining Mr. Potter, who hus be-
I come associated with the Herald. They
I will reside lu the Genest residence ou
Lumsden Avenue.
Mr, 0, K. Hotson of Medicine Hat,
the contractor who had in charge the
const ruction of the original water
works system in Crnnbrook, was in
Cranbrook on Saturday last renewing
acquaintances. Mr. Hotson with his
family was on his way from Medicine
I Hut to Callfornlu to spend the winter.
The Home Bakery
To ruake Christmas Joy complete PHONE 87 for a
Christmas Cake
A large variety lo choose from, and dinna forget aome
o' Bobby Frame's SCOTCH SHORT BREAD.
Also Cream Puffs and Cream Apple Pies, all made
from the very best of materials fresh in.
Quality Broad, 8 loaves for 25c THE TASTE TELLS
We liavo just opened up a fresli   shipment  of   McCORMICK'S
PAKCT mix CH0C0UTES.   They uro a  good  llne and the
Prices Are lilght.
R.   FRAME,   MASTER BAKER
tJsWmss*
nashI
*"*5__s» '
Nash Passenger
Cars and Trucks
POCK AMI SIX CYLINDER CARS, INCLUDING
The 1923 Sport Models
RATCLIFFE & STEWART
fr-
uantas Christmas ffljessage
rf^U-% ... _ ^ t\4>
I* IM *-"-V*' c-fi  -fa
to you should be heard in per*.
Bon, for It Is one of the ap*
peala to everyone.
Santa says that our work
In home portraiture Is a comparatively new art. The secret of our phenomenal success ls that we make you feel
at home among familiar surroundings, and catch you
with a happy, natural expression.
Let ub toll you about our work and arrange for an appointment
for homo portraits or groups.
Cranbrook Studio
Phone 404
A Wonderful Selection of
$1.00 Gifts
BEGINNING   SATURDAY
A W. D. HILL GIFT AT A DOLLAR sounds almost too
good to be true, doesn't it? Well, It is true, and If you
come in on Saturday you will "De delighted at the wonderful assortment of appropriate gift articles you can
choose from at tbis price. Just to give you some idea
of the variety, wc mention the following:
LADIES' SILK HOSE; HEATHER HOSE In all the
popular shades; BOXES OF CHRISTMAS HANDKERCHIEFS; LADIES' FANCY COMBS) COLLARS; TIES;
CAMISOLES; and a thousand other Yule Tide Gifts.
Let us, if possible, make all our friends happy, when lt
costs so little to do so.
Every Articlo Packed In a Dainty Gift Box.
(Although this DOLLAR TABLE will be continued until Christmas, we strongly urge you to do your shopping
EARLY.
"WHEN HILL PUTS ON A SALE IT IS GENUINE."
W. D. HILL
Tho Dry floods Specially.
FIXE PROGRAM OF
MUSIC 18 GIVEN
(Continued from rage One)
ding that would otherwise be out ot
reach. His obvious versatility ub a
musician gave rise to a-onie little dis-
appclnlinetit that Mr. B.-wer Iiimaelf
did nut lmve u place un the program
all bis own. Perhaps it is nut too
much to !iCpe that thin may be urr.iug-
ed for another concert.
The program presented was a well
balanced one, and tho ambition and enthusiasm which the choral and orchestral numbers showed set off very
well the solo cumbers, Instrumental
uud vocul, whicli were given. While
the Urahms "Hungarian Dance., aud
the Triumphal from Verdi's "Aldu"
were each more pretentious pieces, the
orchestra's best effort was undoubted'
ly the well known Berceuse from "Jo-
celyn," with its woodwind lend und
predominating 'cello theme developed
to its utmoflt vulue by Mr. J. K. Chorl-
ton. Tho lust orchestral number, "Se
ramide D'Armour," waa also a very
creditable number. Among the en*
core numbers of the orchestra were
"Pizzicato," und ",Anbnde Printun-
lero."
Tho Glee t'lub, ubout thirty strong,
gave four well rendered numbers, tho
tuneful "Bells of Dreamland," seeming
to make the most appeal of their four
numbers. A flue blending of the
parts was noticeable nnd u clearness
ot enunciation. It should be possible
for this branch to embark on to something more pretentious for u spring
concert.
Mrs. M. Forrest, Boprnno soloist,
contributed two songs to the program,
and her finished platform mannei added the lost touch of charm to her
numbers. She sang feelingly und
with little effort, and was quite fittingly recalled after each appearance. For
encore numbers Mrs. Forrest gave "A
Dream," by Metcalfe and "Western
Winds."
Mr. Chorlton's numbers on the 'eel.
lo must be counted among the classics
of the evening. Few instruments are
capable of Interpretive faculties as the
'cello and Mr. Cborlton is a thorough
master. His numbers were "The
Swan," a graceful St. Saens composition, nnd for an encore he gave a "Melody,' by GuBtave Hollaender. Iu the
second part of the program Mr. Cborlton made another pleasing appearance with "Mendelssohn's "Ou Wings
of Music," and being again recalled,
he gave for an encore, a simple but
exceedingly sweet old English air.
"Dance Rustlque," by Squire.
The banjo club, consisting of Messrs. Alan Graham, T. Steward, F. H,
Pym and T. South, were popular contributors to the program, their appearance on the platform being warmly greeted, and all their numbers encored. Mr. South also gave 3 * j.«ndo-
Un solo, and Mr. Steward a banjo solo which took Immensely with the audience, so that they had to be recalled.
The accompaniments were ln able
bands during the evening. Mr. Bower
accompanying for Mrs. Forrest, MIsb
I. Bidder for Mr. Chorlton, Mrs. A.
Ashworth for the orchestra, Mrs. H. F.
Heimsing for the glee club and Mrs.
F. H. Pym for the banjo club.
The entire performance reflects
treat credit upon the Musical Society
and Ub popular conductor, especially
when it Ib remembered thnt It was but
two months ago, October 6th tu be exact, that Mr. Bower sailed from Liverpool, bo that In a little over a month
tbe various branches of the Society
reached the state of efficiency Indicated at the performance on Wednesday,
showing that the city contains musical talent which with concentration
and sound leadership can attain real
musical heights.
At the close of the performance It
was announced that a repeat performance would take place, the date for
which was finally set for Tuesday, December 19, and at thia time a slightly
varied program will be given from the
one presented on Wednesday, Thin
la In aid of the Veterans' Christmas
Tree fund for the children of veterans of the great war. Later another concert is to be given in the Star
Theatre on Christmas Eve, Sunday Do
cember 24th, which will include tar
nls and community singing.
€ity Items of interest
Don't forget the date.
What date?
(ITY LIBERAL ASSOC.
ELECTS OFFICERS
AT ANNUAL MEETING
The annual meeting of the City of
Cranbrook Liberal Association was
beld on Monday evening nt the K. of
P. Hall. One of the main Items of
business to come before the meeting
was the election of new officers for the
year, which resulted as follows:
Hon. President
Hon. W. L. McKenzie King
Hon. Vice-Presidents
Hon. J. H. King, Hon. John
Oliver
President   A. DeWolf
Vice-Presidents   Thos. Gill and
A. B. Smith
Executive   G. J. Spreull, J. F.
Huchcroft, Bert Bell, E. Paterson, C. J. Little, Dr. F.
B. Miles, H. Ferguson.
The offlce of secretary was not filled permanently at the meeaing, but
J. F. Huchcroft is acting for the present.
The annual meeting ot the dletrict
Liberal Association Is to tako place
during the coming week.
Ice Is now in good shape at the curling ring, and the enthuslaRtB are to
be teen nightly wending their way
thence anud wtth Ibeir brooms.
December 15th Ib the date of the
Klmberley Hockey Team Minstrel
Show. 41
Dr. Wilson Heruld of Kelowna was
lu the city Tuesday.
J. Heath of Invermere was in the
city Tuesday.
W. H. Laird, provincial constable at
Vahk, ia ln the city.
D. O. Thomas of Nelson, Income Tux
Inspector, la in the city.
Fifty Blouses, travellers' uampleB,
are on sale ot B. Weston's Store.     41
Mr. Herbert T. llullly of Victoria,
wus a visitor In Crunbrook ou the 6th.
The P, Woods Meat Market opened
for business on Saturday laBt with a
nice Hue of home grown beef. 41
W. W. Douglas of Bull Hlver
brought In a carload of stock ou Tuesday.
For your Club Bage and Trunks see
B. Weston's, The Store That Sella For
Less. 41
Pat Hauley of Trail, local representative thero ot the Mutual Life, was in
the city Tuesday.
The Methodist Ladies' Aid will meet
at the home of Mrs. McPhee on Tuesday, December 12th at 3 o'clock.
Six Only LadleB' OvercoatR with fur
collars, just come in. They are on
sale ut B. Weston's. 41
W. P. Ratcllffe of the Ratcliffo &
Stewart Garage, was u business visitor to Calgary this week.
We have in a Full Line of Winter
Rubbers, and—
Our low prices win every time.
W. F. DORAN.
TURKEYS! TURKEYS!!
Order yours early from The Cranbrook Meat Market, Phone 8. They
are very choice, am+freBh killed.     41
The Social evening of the Presbyterian Young People's organization will
be held In the Schoolroom on Tuesday
evening at 8 p.m.
The Installation of tlte now organ ln
the Presbyterian Church lias been
completed and wijl be In use ut the
services next Sunday.
-M
The next Parish Hall Dance will be
held on December 15th, and the third
of the series on January 12th. Cards
8 to 10 p.m. Dancing 10 to 1. Gentlemen $1.00,  Ladies BOc. 41
Afternoon Tea and Christmas Shopping, also bran dip for the children.
Salvation Army Home League Sale,
Saturday, December Sth, in the Presbyterian Schoolroom. 41
Mr. S. S. Davis, Inspector of Agencies for the Monarch Life Insurance
Company, waa in Cranbrook on business Monday.
Christmas without turkey is like a
pudding without sauce. Order yours
now—Phone 8, The Cranbrook Meat
Market. 41
Mr. Floyd C. Hngers, the theatre
magnate of Creston, Ib In the city.
Mr. Rogers haB installed a radio outfit
and now enjoys the glad tidings that
are  being  continually wafted nbout
FOR HER CHRISTMAS GIFT
$5 places a new Singer Sewing Machine in her home Christmas morning.
Balance easy payments.   You cannot
do better.   Singer Store, phone 157.
41tf
H. L. Stephens, who ls well known
In the Pass and who formerly had interests in Morrlssey, was ln the city
Tuesday. Mr. Stephens 1s now the
owner of several hotels ln Calgary.
ATTENTION! KMGHTS OF
PYTHIAS
*  The  next  regular meeting will  bo
held   Wednesday  evening,   December
13th ut 8 p.m. sharp.   Business: Nom
inntlons    and    conferring   Rank   of
Knight. 41
"Casey," suid Pat, "how do yez tell
th' age of a turkey?"
"Ol can always tell by the teeth,"
said Casey.
'By the teeth," exclaimed Pat. "But
a turkey bas no teeth."
"No," admitted Casey, "but Oi have."
Casey had the right system. Try
ours the same way. Cranbrook Meat
Market, Phone 8. 41
Word reached the city last Saturday
through one of his lodge affiliations
that D. McKay, former business man
of this city, and more lately of Vane*
ouvcr and Trail, had been taken ill,
and wus In hospital ut the smelter city. The following day the word came
that he had passed away. Mr. McKay
waa for many years, in business here
running a confectionery business under the style ot "The- Palm." He lease a widow ta Trail-
The members of the Presbyterian
Ladles' Aid are to be congratulated on
the success of their sale which was
held Saturday last In the Schoolroom
of the Church. Approximately $650
was cleared, which sum we under,
stand Is to be donated by the Ladies
to the New Organ Fund. Everything
was disposed of, in fact the "Sold Out'
sign waB on many of the booths long
before a number of the many patrons
had spent their all.
The sisters and brothers of the late
Angus McPhall wish to express their
thanks to friends In the city for beautiful floral tributes and for kindness
during their sad bereavement ln the
loss of a loving brother, and also to
Dominion Express employees, Cranbrook ; Dominion Express messengers; Nelson and Kootenay district
fellow employees; Brotherhood of
Dominion Express Employees, I ocal
No. 15, Nelson. Revelstoke and Cranbrook papers please copy. — Vancouver Province.
CHARTER MEMBER OF
B. OF R. CIS GIVEN A
FAREWELL PARTY
On Tuesday evening of last week Uie
home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ross was
the Bcene of a most pleasant and en
joyable evening, when a large number
of the members and friends of the local branch of the Brotherhood ot Railway Carmen gathered to say farewell
to their popular brother Ross, and his
good wife. Owing to continue.! ill
health Mr. Rosb finds it necessary for
a time at least to try the Coast climate.
Many were the expressions of regret
at the contemplated departure from
their midst of Mr. and Mrs. Ross. The
esteem In which the popular host and
hostess were held and the loss that
would be felt by tlieir departure was
conveyed to them in a few kindly
words by Mr. J. E. Beaton, who said
thnt he trusted that the return of
spring would bring Mr. Ross back to
Cranbrook completely recuperated,
when a welcome would be waiting for
them.
The departure ot Mr, Robb, who Is a
charter member of tbe Brotherhood,
will alBo be regretted by many other
friends ln this city where he has resided for many years.
Those present were Mr, J. E. Beaton,
Mr. and Mrs. William Hewson, Clare
Holden, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kemball,
Mr. H. Kirklander, Mr. and Mrs J. F.
Lunn, Mr. and Mrs, James Martin,
Mr. Hugh McGill, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Price, Mr. Charles Romano, Mr. and
Mrs. D. Sneddon, Mr. and Mrs. James
Whittaker.
CRANBROOK GLEANER8
ANDJYERS
Kvery Garment sent to us to be
Cleaned or Dyed Is given
Our Utmost Care.
Our knowledge ot the business
Is your assurance ot satisfaction
hero.   Phone, and we will call,
or bring us your work.
We Clean and Dye Everything.
PHONE M7
H. C. LONG
Fashionable Ladles' and Gents'
Merchant Tailor.
Chinese Fancy Goods and Silk.
Van Hone St, Cranbrook
Phone 416 P.O. Box 447
Cranbrook Hotel Cafe
The Only First Class Dining
Room In the City
Our Service Will Please Ton
Open trom 7.16 a.m. to 8.1S p.m.
Mr. A. McGregor Allan of Belling-' f^
bam  Is  the guest of Miss  Jantiette "
Carlyle.
R. E. Beattie, of Vancouver arrived
In the city on Friday evening's train
trom the Coast.
Turkey subdued at last! How about
u ehoice fresh killed bird for Christ-
mus.   Cranbrook Meat Market.        41
Sessions or tlie court of revision, to
revise the municipal voters' list, will
he held on Monday of next week at the
city hall, at 8 o'clock.
The dolls with the hair stuffed bodies, long curly hair, and movable eyes,
all for one dollar, ure going fast at the
Crnnbrook Drug and Book Co. 41
0, Simpson was ln the city on Monday looking Into the possibility ot es-
tnbllfllilng freight and passenger stages between Cranbrook nnd Klmberley und Crnnbrook and Fort Steele.
R, P. Johnson, of KtngBgate, wus in
Cranhrook on Saturday last. It ls
gratifying to know that be has recovered to the extent of getting about
with a cane, from his accident o_ ten
weeks ago. His many friends are now
hopeful of his resuming his former
activity in the near future,
A serious accident took place yesterday at Cunyon City, when an em.
ployee of the Canyon City Lumber
Company, Mr. George Bentley, had the
misfortune to break his spine. Mr.
Bentley was driving a load of lumber
when It upset, crushing the unfortun
ate man, resulting in paralysis from
the hips down.
"\
Announcement
OS SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2
^ P. Woods Meat Market
WILL
OPEN FOR BUSINESS
with u full line or tho
CHOICEST HOME GROW. KEEK, MUTTON,
LAMB AM) VEAL.
Mr. Jolllffe, who will manage llu* store, needs no introduction to lhe peoplo of Cranbrook nml the vicinity.
With our own new building on NORBDRY AVENUE
we are here lo stay.
Phone orders will be given prompt and careful attention
YOURS  FOR  SERVICE—
^e P. Woods Meat Market
524      —      PHONE
524
i Vfes!
andSawWinft
Buy Diamond Ware or Pearl Ware kiichen utensils and save work. They are so ciean, with a flint-
hard, smooth surface that wipes clean likn china.
No scouring, no scraping or polishing:. Just use
soap and water.
Kvery conceivable pot and pan is made in either Pearl
or Diamond Ware, the two splendid quality 38j)P Enameled Wcres. Diamond Ware is a three-coated enameled
steel, sky blue and white outside, snowy white inside.
Pearl Ware is enameled steel with two coats
of grey and white enamel inside and out.
Either ware will give long service.   Ask for
Pearl Ware or
Diamond Ware
nam av
'"Sheet Metal Products cq;"u5!P
MONTREAL    TORONTO      WINNIPEG    _
EDMONTON    VANCOUVER      CALGARY W
Our Clearing Sale
Is On Just In Time When You Need the
Merchandise We Offer
Our Prices will give you a chance to buy more Christinas
presents.   It is impossible to advertise every article, so
come to the store while the stock is complete.   Just a few
of our bargains—
Men's Pure Wool Jersey Sweaters Sale Price #8.00
Mill Ends, Ginghams, Prints, 36 inches wide, per yd.. .80
White Flannelette, per yard 25
Crib Blankets, pink and blue, each   1.05
Children's Gloves, per pair i!0
Boys' V Neck Pull-overs, sizes 30-32   1.50
Boys' Sweaters, sizes to 32  1.25
Children's Toques 25
Ladies' All Wool Stockings, per pair 75
LadleB* Dark Brown Oxfords, per pair  4.75
Ladles' Dark Brown Oxfords, with two straps, pair... 4.95
Fancy Painted Cup and Saucer 25
Boys' Velvet Suits, sizes 3 to 7  2.95
Ladies' Bedroom Slippers   1.50
Congoleum Rugs, sizes 9x9 15.00
Congoleum Rugs, sizes V/u x 9 18.50
Men's All Wool Sox, regular 85c pair....... 45<* per pair
Men's Fancy Cotton Sox 2 pairs for   .45
Dolls, Doll's Carriages, Doll lleds at Sule Prices
Have you seen our Home Spun Drosses?   Ou Sale at 0.95
Clearing Price on Corsets
Our Sale Prices on tho Entire Stock of l.|||'NNI.N will
satisfy every customer.    Men's, Ladies' and Children's
Underwear On Sale.
We have got a full line of TrunkB, Suit Cases, nnd Club
Bags, marked at Sale Prices.
Mcn'B Shoes at Clearing Prices. Men's TIcb Marked to clear.
THK LARGEST ASSORTMENT IN CHINESE WORK
BASKETS
Weston's Bargain Store
THE STORE THAT SELLS FOR LESS
Telephone 68 P.O. Box -216
CRANBROOK CARTAGE & TRANSFER CO.
Towrlss & Adams
Agents for Hard and Soft Coal.   Distribution Cars a
Specialty.   Excellent Warehousing.
orrosiTE cpji. depot
CRANBROOK, B.C. Friday, Dereiuher 8, 1922
Till:   ( KVMIItilOk   HERALD
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What Some Uteri Say:
TORONTO
Mis. Edward Cherpaw, of 14 Eiulerby
Road, Toronto, writes: "When our mar
lit-1 daughter waa visiting us, her little
child contracted a cold. She asked us to
UM a jar ol' Vicks VapoRub and she would
prov tn us what it would do. It certainly
cured tlie child in short order, and we use
it now in preference to anything else."
OTTAWA
Mrs. Erf. Lemire, of 389 Rideau St.,
Ottawa, Out., writes: "I have used Vicks
VaporRub for sore throat and colds in head
with good results. I strongly recommend
it also for eruptions of the skin, and all
kinds of sores."
BRANTFORD
Mrs. W. F. Scrivner, of 32 Grey St.,
Brantford, Ont., writes: "We have found
your Vicks VapoRub very beneficial in
relieving colds on the chest aud lungs.
We have used it on the children and by
keeping a bottle of Vicks on hand have
kept them free from colds all winter."
QUEBEC
Mr. Paul Vcrrault, of 64 Richelieu St.,
Quebec, Que., writes: "I am only too glad
tq recommend Vicks VapoRub as' I have
used it for several cases, such as sore
throats, colds in the head, and earache,
and 1 have already recommended it to
many of my friends."
WHILE the supply lasts, the coupon below is
good at any local drug store for a test size
package  of Vicks  VapoRub, the external,
vaporizing treatment for all cold troubles.
Though new here, Vicks is a family stand-by in the
States, where over 17 million jars are used yearly. Its
success is due to its amazingly quick double action.
Rubbed on, it penetrates and stimulates the skin. At the
same time, its ingredients, released as medicated vapors
by the body heat, are inhaled with each breath directly
into the nose, throat and lungs. Thus colds are often
broken up over night, croup relieved in fifteen minutes.
Mothers prefer this new way of treating children's
cold troubles because it avoids upsetting their little
stomachs by internal dosing. It is fine for spasmodic
croup, sore throat, tonsilitis and head colds, and as a
salve for cuts, burns, bruises and itchings.
Vicks is the discovery of a pharmacist in the States
who found how to combine, in salve form, the world's
best remedies for colds—Camphor, Menthol, Eucalyptus,
Thyme, Turpentine, etc. Made at first in the back room
of his drug store,for a few friends,its fame spread county
by county, state by state until now Vicks is the largest
selling remedy of its kind in the world.
To demonstrate their faith in Vicks, the manufacturers
have authorized every local drug store to give out 100
test packages free.
Enthusiastic Over the New
Vapor Method of Treating
Children's Cold Troubles
HAMILTON
Mis. R. Daunherty of 407 McNab St.,
North, Hamilton, says: "I think Vicks
VapoRub one of the best remedicB I have
ever used. I have a child two years old,
who seems to no sooner get rid of one cold
than he has another. 1 nnd Vicks stops
the coughing so quickly, when applied to
his chest. I would hate to be without
Vicks in the house."
MONTREAL
Mrs. James Hicks, 34-A St. Remi St.;
Montreal, says: "We have great faith in
Vicks VapoRub. I used it on my children
for colds in the chest, and found it relieved
them even when the cold was very bad.
My husband has been sick seventeen
months with 'Flu' and double pneumonia
and was taken to the hospital with not
mucii hopes. He has used different salves
but none to compare with Vicks."
LONDON
Mr. C. Phoenix, of 755 Grey St., London, Ont., writes us: "I am a hunter,
trader and trapper, also a fisherman. I use
Vicks VapoRub in place of liniments,
because it is very handy to carry and gives
such quick relief for small animal and
insect bites, and for chapped hands and
lips.   I have not had a cold all winter."
For All Cold Troubles
WICKS
w VapoRub
Over 17Million Jars Used Yearly
Take  this  Coupon  to your druggist
This Coupon ia good at any city drag store for a Tert Si»e
Package of Vicks VapoRub, so long as the Bupply lasts. If you live out of
- town, or if druggists' supply runs out, mail the coupon to Vick Chemical
| Co., 344 St. Paul Street, W., Montreal, P. Q.
I Street und No..
I Ciiy.
. IM
MA
Maple    Creek,    Sask.-The    largest  MINING ENGINEER I'HGES
llelil of corn in Western Canada, unci
possibly in the Dominion, is owned by
John H. Smith, of Maple Creek, and
'consists nf 1.5 acres of oorn In a solid
bloek. The crop Is in excellent shape
und is estimated to contain 1,000 tons
of green corn.
LOCATION OE ORE TEST-
ING PLANT IN INTEHIOl.
Or. King Again Hcpllcs Placing
of Plant Will Bo In Hands
Of Ol'lioinls
A SHABBY HOUSE
OH A SHABBY MIND!
Haven't yon
jvety flowers
heen in houses where
stood   nll   about, and
ything was Bplc and span, l>m the
strewn with papers
Cream
Adds
Value
Now that each can nf Pnci-
fic Milk is 43 per cent, rich
cream, it means that you
save on shortening in baking,
Vou can mill two parts water
In nnt- of milk for general
rooking and get splendid results. Aml-Pacifl.- Milk U
Hie only mill- now being
packed in till* Province
Pacific Milk Co., Ltd.
Head  Ofllce,  VHiiroiiver,  H.-T.
Factories nt Abbnlttford and l.ndner.
In answer to \V. ('. Dalglish, a New
York engineer who wrote him as member for Kast Kootenay, to urge the locating of the projected Dominion ore
testing plant near Nelson or in close
proximity to the ore bodies, Mon. J. 11.
King. Federal Minister ot Public
Works, wrote:
"I acknowledge receipt of yours of
the lttth Instnnt. whieh 1 have carefully noted.
"In reply, 1 may slate thnt 1 am
hopeful of sei-nring a vole during the
forthcoming session of the Dominion
Parliament for the esiablishment of an
ore testiiiR and sampling plant In the
Provinco of British Columbia,    As to
Ms location, Hds win no doubt he carefully considered hy the officials of the
Mines Department, and J am satislieil
that anyone who has knowledge of
mining conditions In British Columbia
realizes the importance of having such
a plant established in the vicinity of
the ore bodies."
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• WINDERMERE DISTRICT •
NOTES •
(Special io the Herald) *
Invermere, B.C.. Dec 6.—Mr. il.
Randolph Bruce leaves on Wednesday
morning for Nelson and points south
of here. Prom Nelson he will proceed direct to the Old Country with the
i Intention nf spending the winter there.
{This will mark the fifty-fifth time on
; which Mr. Bruce has crossed the At-
! lantic Ocean.
Tho Post mostcr ot -Sdgewater, Mr.
i D. c. Qemmell, ims left for a three
! months'vacation, whlcb be will spend
j in Scotland.
I
Miss M. Met uhbin, a volued employee of the C.V.I.. has given up her position hero and returned to Ontario to
reside.
$1,000 Extra Added to First Prize This Week
Series NO. 10
Competition No. 10 Clou. Ttltsj
M._tl._ht,   D.r.iub.1   ink
•t tts, oaeo ol lto
B.   S.  VETERANS  WEEKIT  LlaltOl
B. C. VETERANS WEEKLY LTD.
Football Competition
$10,000
f 5000 FIRST PRIZE
$3000 SECOND PRIZE
$2000 THIRD PRIZE
Oor.  lUitluii ind Ointtalo BtmU
VANCOUVER. B. C.
I .nt-r tin B. O. Vct.ran. Wooklr Footb
...In' .nb.c.tpturo ontltloi compot-tor to o
iNSTRVoTion rot riLLINO IN coo
■cored In tho con... 0-d.n| gnmo •( Ult fl
NAME	
GAMES TO BE FLAYED SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16
01 Competition ind tgroo to abide by tho rules ib published in tlm B. 0- Veterans
aa eitlnute; 60s ten weeks ind two -estimate.*.; 76c mtoeu woclca and throe i-stuuatt
POMS—Yon alinply indicate whether tbe  HOME TEAM win scoto MORE, LESS
tu, by pitting is "X" In tbo column provided in tbe coupon.
In Prizes
Weekly.   Twenty-live cents enclosed for On
b; 91.00 twenty-five weeka and live eittmitM.
sr tba SAME NUMBEE of UoiU thin thoy
VIBU1--I nfli-r rich trftin denote la.l orison', .core.
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MONTHLY Kt.I'OKT FltO.1l
SO ITH WAItU NCIIOOI.
KOIt   NOV I'M III. It
C-H
DIVISION t.
Perfect: Attendance.
Josie Blefere, Muriel (.'oiling,-.. LouIb
Holm. Dolly Johns. Bertluuii MacLean,
Murray Kombough. Lillian Kussel!.
Ktnily Taylor, Nooch Tito. RoBallue
Weston, Edith Wells, Dorotliy VVorth-
ington, Franklin Woods. Ada Gammon.
Honor Hull
Highest   in   Second  Primer,   Edith
Wells.
Highest In First Header. Nora Malone.
Highest   In Junior  Second  Reader,
Hosaline Weston.
Highest   in   Senior  Second   Reador,
Ruth Fanning, Muriel Collings.
DIVISION II.
Perfect Attendance.
Angelina Blefare, Ronnie Coleman.
I.ee  Gamnion,  James   Haley.  Mai-gUi'-
rlte  .Marapodi, Albert  Russell,  Pred
Reynolds,  Edward Walsh. Laura  Mill-
one, Harry Solcckl.
Honor Roll
Marguerite Marapodi, Victoria Pascuzzo, Albert Russell, Edward Walsh.
Primers—Ivor Barret, Ronnie Coleman, Hubert Llnnell, Marlon Leaak.
IDA MacFLEURY, Tenclior
a       WYCLIFFE NOTES
A meeting of the Board of School
Trustees waa held ou Friduy last when
matters of general importance were
-.one over, lt was decided to hold the
it nual Christmas Tree tor the children uud thin matter was put In the
hands of Misses Curley and Reekie,
who are now going ahead with it. The
Inspector's report won gone over, and
several other imyortont matters were
dlHcnssed. Everything was found very
satisfactory. It waa also decided in
hold monthly meetings in the future,
and the next meeting will be on Jan-
nary 3rd, 192.1.
The characters for the play called
"The Tryst" which will be staged
some time In the first part of January,
have been decided upon. Mrs. I*: L.
Staples and Mr. Harold Comery will
act as stage managers und the following cast has been picked: Mrs. Itriu..:-
a widow). Mra. C. O. Staples: Jessie
Brlgga (her daughter), Miss Dorace
Staples; Lancelot Brlggs (her son),
Mr. Bert Johnson; Mrs. Curtis (a widow), Miss Agnes Reekie; Mr. Ingdols-
hy (un old friend of Mrs. Brlggs), Mr.
C. O. Staples; Rupert Smith (Jessie's
lover), M. J. E. Jones; The Mysterious
Voire, Mr. H. S. Young.
Nearly $50 wae raised for the swimming pool fund by the sale of home
cooking which was held in. the Club
last Thursday evening. There was an
abundance of air kinds of good things
to eat and many thanks are due to the
ladies of Wycllffe who so generously
donated toward the sale.
The drawing of the athletic teams
raffle was held directly after the sale
of home cooking and also proved to be
a great success, oround $350 being
raised to go toward maintaining \Vy-
cliffe's various athletic teams.
The snappy Wycliffe hockey sextette took the odd blast down to Lumberton on Sunday for the flrBt mlxup
of the season and emerged victorious
therefrom by a score of 8 goals to 3.
The local rlnk la getting in better
shape every day and with the help of
Heaven and continued cold weather
should be good enough to skate on in
a very few days.
Those who attended the Banff Orchestra dance In Cranbrook on Friday
were Mrs. C. O. Staples, Miss A. Reekie, Messrs. Walter Staples, B. John-
sou. J. Jones, L. Cluzel, and P. Fran-
sen.
.Mr. E. L. Staples Is spending a few
days at the Clarlndale Stock Farm
Vauxhall. on business.
Mr. Wm. Crosby, an old tfme resident of Wycllffe, now living at Golden.
B.C., was here a few days this week
visiting with relatives and renewing
old acquaintances.
Jimmie Jones la going to petition all
the towns who enter teams In the Selkirk Amateur Hockey League to enlarge their rinks by several feet, Jimmie complains that when he is deposited full length upon the rinks by tlie
force of somebody else's hockey stick
he gets his feet tangled up on one end
of the rlnk and humps his head on the
other.
It Is reported that Lloyd Crowe wus
stretched out fn front of the nets most
of the time during the game at Lumberton on Sunday. Well, wc suppose
that's the only way Lloyd could stop
'em.
WYCLIFFE SCHOOL RKI'OBT
DIVIHI0!. I.
Perfect Attendance.
Fourth Reader — stowan McClure,
Margaret McClure, Jolinn Pederion,
Thelma Hawkes.
Third Reader, Seniors — Thomas
Clark, Harold Johnson, Frances Foster, Florence McDermld, Maria l-edi-r-
son, Janet Tanner. John Reid. Harry
Ireland, Domlokk Allegretto
Third Rtadtt, -talota-H-.** Mar-
nnclml., Mildred  Hawkes, Bator Vun
Uruj-li. Opal Quick,  Walter Johnson,
ELINOR 11. tlltl.KY, Teacher.
DIVISION I
Ported Ailenuai-.ce.
Adrian Allegretto, Bruno Allegretto,
Bml  Wiorn , .  Alan  CI at,  Edlthn
Clark, Ivau I 1 hor, Erneal Fi Bter, Vi-r-
11:1 Huwkes, Edna JohuBon, Harry
Johnson, Helen Lappln, Annie Maran-
c-hak. Victor Maranchak, Oeorge Quick
•Man,' Reid, Robert Reid, William Tan-
ner, Lllla-Claire Staples.
Percentage It:!.?...
Ad.N'ES REEKIE, Teaolier.
Railway News
PI)Had ;i Hi ;. -The Canadian Pa-
c-fic Ri ■■■ i aa pened its new
i ■-' ei !■■ re in !he Cross Building st
the corn i of I .trust nnd lath
Stri,-:..    i. .    iho company's
*■'_■-■■'   * and tl      ; dual -movement
of tho cl :■■  important busi-
1' •-  ■'' *''- "   '*-   In   this   direction
w '",- :  r this move into
'•■; * -   i ,  the heart of the
I '    Im u district,
.    i  hsve been  hand-
son    , I,    -    nmmodate   both
ul
lu> lima-
arranged
asses at
Ire year
urnished
s. many
ent in
It   i
Bs
!.*    tn
lhe  i
ploye
profl
di tt, pay
F<
thc--e employees
'vim;- instruction
classes from tune
hile l h ■ new em-
tha f In train
■. whose duties
' ■ be ali.< T.t fro-u
■\. will have the
year. E. T.
;i eper at Lon-
barge nf the
king after the
.'as^cs on tlie
.1 *-!L-,  Choquet'a warn-
ag    ihreaten-
te parents of boys caus-
i.i any part <-f the cfty
i effect when he con-
en mothers of arrested
.h for the acta
DELIGHTFUL F.I.'C PowdCT
Jonteel in bandy arip
lunn. So much easier to carry
-doesn't spill—so there's no
waste. Fragrant, velvety pow
der that goej ■.-.. thlyand
Jtid-s—not easily brushed or
Woven off Tina th ■ match
ail complexions h. this box,
Cuiist- eu-Witli puff!
BBATTIE-NOBLE   DRUG   CO.
— lilt' Rex-all Store —
CltAMlItOOK       -      -  U.C.
Where It iu.j« lo uni I
J. K. Chorlton
SHOW CARD WillTlNt.
H -VXD   ILLUMINATING
Terms Keasoniible
iii Hu t  .U-.       Phone *tt-
.!;.].y  reports froi
destruction lo ..-a:
vi>".i raters  who
the j  rda and use
,- there has been
n the C. P. R. of
•a and fixture.-' by
run wild through
the .-.fr-* for play-
>._j i..t! nnd - ek. The most serious . . ■- ■ • were '-i'l again.:
boy; . ..-I were t--iui:i,t throwing
stones at parsing trains, endangering lhe lives ol travellers. Judge
i hi,.]* et gave a warning tha*. he
would hold the parent.-! r?oon?ib!e
fo the acU of vandalism by chii-
dren. W'hvn he had fifteen cases
prepared fur court he carried out
his warning by making the p3rer.t;
pay the costs of tlie damages in-
curred.
GEORGE E. BOWER
L.R.A.M., A.R.C.M.,
Musical Director
Cranbroolt Musical Society
Teai tier ot  Singlnp.  Violin  and
Plana
Preparation for Musical Examinations
Hi-lie lt.it
( nuibr-.i-lu IU'.
Men'rcaL—Front Finland to Duluth. .\inn.. via Montreal, travelling
alone and tagged 'ike a piece of
bugg-iE-., is the record of Veikko
Tuominen, aged eight, why stepped
otf the Canadian Pacific train in
Duluth thu other day, wearing a
smile of confidence ar.:l trust in the
strange world ahout him. He was
on his way to his uncle, Frank
Salim, at  V irgiuia, Minn.
The lad recently became an or-
phan, and his uncle wrote to friends
in lleliiflgfora that he would take
cart uf the hoy. Saiini was unabie
to go to Kiniand for him. so little
Veikko was tigged and placed in
charge of the Canadian Pacific. He
came from He singfors to England,
where he was pla ed on board the
S.S. Melita, and carefully looked
after until hia arrival at Montreal.
Still a ward of lhe company, he was
n-'.t. on to his desth ition. In all he
travelled aboul 9,000 miles, and appeared  to he  as  happy as  a clam.
Cranbrook
Hotel Cafe
We beg to announce the
Opening of the Old Hotel Dining Room aa an
UP-TO-DATE CAFE.
Meals at All Hours from
7 a.m.   -   to   -   10 p.m.
Phone No. 1
Tommy
Open Child's Bowels wiih
"California Fig Syrup"
Parry Sound.—Parry Sour.d, On-
tariu*, was lasl week the scene of the
laf i of a series of railway acci-
dents that seem to indicate a growing carelessness on the part of
motorist.-, lt was another case of
the motor car hitting a moving train
ami there wa% about the event ail
.iii- usual evidences of gross, foul-
hardy dUrt^ard of danger that
mark.- most of these so-called acci-
lents,
The engine was ..witching at the
...... and wai moving at about five
;■-. an hour, The et gine bell was
•itgitig, snd the whlsMe had sound-
..] j ■ :, i in eng ne whistled
il thi* rrouing, A motorist who
,va- gi . r •.-' * i hi to the Import-
mi . ..■ i.' spi i ■■•■■" ng 'i
ral way i - i could nol hava
missed ih. naming i a . but in
th|i ,-*.■,- || ■ auto r ■ led merrily on
,,• ,*.,. ck ths lide i f the engine,
ird naturally ime ■ fl ie 'ond best
Fortunately th - a n tpa ' of the car
..,- | ■ -. | whi h ha need
ivat te n i h ii ks on hia own watchfulness and careful driving. It
•night be a good idea to leave ali
, ..u ,i, | to | ivi : crossings t.n-
pavi d, or make ihem so rough a*
lo comi '. slow driving of motor
car,-, for in no other way will some
people 1" persuaded to approach
these cros ■■■-•■ at a speed that wiV!
nermlt them to come >o a stop when
Ihelr lives depend upon their so
don g.
Hurry   mother]        A   teaspoouful  Ol
"California Kin Syrup" now will thoroughly i lean the little bowels and In
a few hours you will have a wet),
playful child again, liven a crone,
feverish, constipated child loves its
"fruity" taata, and mothers ran r*Mt
easy because it never fail* to work ull
the hour bile and poisons rlKht out of
ibe stomach and boweln without grilling or upsetting the child.
Tall your druggist you want only the
genuine "California Fig Syrup" which
has directions for babies and children
of all ages printed on bottle. Mother,
you muni say "CALIFORNIA." Ue-
ftisfl any Imitation. **********
TAGE  FOUR
THE  CRANBROOK   HERALD
Tlie Satisfaction that good
work gives is worth many
times what you pay.
IF   NOT   SATISFIED
TRY
RAWORTH BROS.
Jewelers and Opticians
C.P.H. Watch Inspectors
NEXT TO POST OFFICE
Cbt Cranbrook Gerald
Published every Thursday.
sV. A. WILLIAMS
Editor nnd Proprietor
Suliscrliillon Price tB.CII per year
To United States ti.'stl per year
-wn. • Hlaaloii Wltb.nl a Maul."
I'rlntr-I by  Colon Labor
Advertising ruts, ers Application.
ChmiKHK for Advertising MUST b. In
this olllce Wednesday noon the current
week lo secure attention.
CRANBROOK,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA
deal of petty feeling injected
hy would-be politicians who
are secretly nursing some bitterness born of disappointed
hopes.
if the old line parties are
rotten they cannot be cleaned any other way than from
within. The heart of the
trouble can never by reached
by beating on the outside, and
if the political purists who are
seeking as they think to better
things by rearing up another
organization — which being
also human will likewise be
subject to the ailments ol the
flesh — could bring themselves
to bear with their influence on
the existing organizations, polities would have a better
name. It is more blameworthy to back out than to hit out.
bul most people prefer to back
out of politics rather than hit
out at anything they know is
uot as it should lie. Which Is
why politics have such a name.
MAGIC
TWENTY YEARS AGO
Extracts from the Cranbrook
Herald of this date, 1902.
I p.agic'Bakinsj %wder,
lid scientifically made
land ha& never failed
lto give tbe maximum!
leavening efficiency-
I ■ "Because of tbis
3and tbe uniformlx;
4 satisfactory results
lobtained by its use
I we recommend it
las Canadas perfect
j baking powder ♦
PRODUCT
OF
CANADA
Misses Lou and Ella Leitch visited
wltll tlieir brother George at Jaffray
last Saturday ami Sunday.
There will be a moetlng of the share
holders of Ihe Cranbrook Klectric
Company at the Cranhrook Hotel.
PRIDAY,  DECEMBER 8,  1922.
A  NEW  THIRD  PAHTY
"To put Oliver out and keep
Bowser out." This is the sort
of hymn of hate that the newly
organized "Provincial Party"
is raising In its efforts to attract to its banner those who
feel they are at outs with both
the old line parties. Theoretically the idea of forming a
new parly on these principles
may appeal to some, but in
practice it is not sound. Parlies that are not founded on
principles will not abide; they
will survive no longer than the
personal animosities that give
rise to their origin. There
is nothing in the announced
platform of the new party that
could not lie striven for and
achieved through Ilie existing
party channels, indeed some of
the new parly planks are to be
found in the platform's of the
old parties.
Any attempt to organize a
party among those discontented with the present condition
of the Internal organization of
other parties will merely result in gathering together a heterogeneous membership, in
whicli there will be a sprinkling of sincerity, und   a   good
FROM THK VIEW-POINT
OF
OCR CONTEMPORARIES
A.   I.eiu-h.  manager or lhe   East <-_|OT INTERESTED.''
Kootenay  Lumber Company received j    *t Holl  u,., *-|„g |s unot interested"
word  from  Winnipeg Saturday  from | (n _.lm, *-riuB|, Columbia is doing, he
tho C.P.R. offlolalB, placing nn order jm|gl„  _e -interested"  to  know  that
tor 7:i5,(IOO railroad ties. I Britisli Columbia Is keenly "lntereat-
m. I ed" in what he Is doing.
Tho tact thai Cranbrook is selected! —Vancouver Sun.
as  lhe  active  headquarters  for  the 1 —
Mountain Lumbermen's Association is ititKKPKRS OP
further evidence showing the import-[lAflXESSNESS
mice uf this place as 11 commercial A montli lias passed since the Sas
katchewan Government came Into possession of full authority to shut the
Guerney Patmore was able to get 'loors ot tho export liquor houses In
down town this week wllh Ilie aid of thai province. Yel Ihey are slill oper-
crutches. It was his lirst trip out otjiitiiiK. In deliunco or public opinion,
loors since be was blown up by Ihe and slill bringing iu Ihelr train hoot*
egging, rum running, hank robberies
Of Interest to Poultry Fanciers
By a Well-Known and Successful Commercial Poultry Specialist.
(Written Specially Por The Herald)
acetylene bus machine In Kimberley.
The plana have been prepared by
tho CF.R. for a depot at Morrisey.
and tlie stone Ih already on the ground
Tor tlie foundation.
and murder. They tire tbe principal
factors in destroying tbe West's repu
totlon tor sanctity. law and order.
These export houses, whicli are
blending depots for bootlegging aud
rum  running,  are   Immensely  profit-
 •-*-* ■ j able.    By  their  blending  operations.
J. J. Jackson, who recently pun-has- [ some of which have been fully described from Geo. Least, the house on Nor- ed fn recent issues of The Tribune,
bury now occupied by Mr. and Mrs. It. they are providing millions for their
Frame, stales that he will in all proh- j owners. Adept use of tbis money, as
ability erect a store building on the J Dr. Peter Strang pointed out iu a re-
property next spring, probably seven-: cent Interview, lias been a corrupting
ty or seventy-five feet deep. Just j influence in Saskatchewan. The l'ail-
what use would be made of the new ure of the government of the province
building it Is not possible to say yet. I to act under the direct instruction of
but if there is not tbe proper return J the Legislature to cut off this source
forthcoming from renting the place, it ;of lawlessness leaves it gravely sub-
is altogether likely that Mr. Jackson j ject to thc suspicion that it, too, has
will personally conduct lit business come within the scope of tbe corrup-
there. tion.—Winnipeg Tribune.
TJoytand 7fow in 3*ult Swing
WONDERFUL DISPLAY OF MECHANICAL AND USEFUL HOYS
Special in Hendron Dolls
Fancy China
21 Piece GroBvenor Copeland
21 Piece Elite Limoges Tea Sets
in beautiful designs. Elite Limoges
Berry Sets, ami a complete line of Hand
Painted China, at from Oiic to *4.<lfl piece
SPECIALS IN DINNER SETS
!I7 piece Sets in attractive Designs,
only   $44,011
Come in anil order your Christinas (lifts NOW.   We will put them aside antl deliver
CHRISTMAS EVE.
llaby Dolls, cry "Mama," reg.
$12.00 only %SM
All kinds of $6.00 and $4.50 Dolls
to clear at #3.011*
Beautiful Display of
BATTENBURG LACE
BUFFET SCARFS       CENTRE PIECES
Table Mats, and all kinds of Table Pieces
Moffatt's Variety Store
PHONE 393
Out of Town Orders Shipped  Promptly
PHONE  393
TWO EOUS FOK BREAKFAST,
PLEASE 1
"Sunny side up," with 11 thin slice
of Premium or Shamrock bacon! Did
you ever have ull the eggs you wanted? I don't mean Just hard boiled
eggs, pouched or scrambled, four minute eggs or even "Bunny side up"
alongside a slice or ham. Ent *em In
omelets, salads, pies, cakes, doughnuts, pop-overs, and if you havo the
statutory permit, don'l overlook un
occasional egg-nog—lr It does not ot-
rend your prohibition sentiments.
Uon't bo sensitive about staling how
many eggs you would cat It you loosened up on wile's allowance and gave
her the opportunity to demonstrate
what nn expert eggslresa she It.
It we get nll the hens In lhe district lo work, there'll be enough nice
tresh egga come to lhe brenkfast table to serve four or live to each person, and eight or ten go Into the cake
I'or the whole family. Less than ten
per cent, ot the eggs consumed In the
Cranhrook district are produced by
our home farmers and hack-lot tors.
Who, then, gets the benefit or the other ninety per cent? lr you are going
to keep hens, make them produce. If
they slack on the job put them Into a
line pot pie for Sunday's .dinner. If
you are going to have a farm, make lt
work. Don't be a grouch and damn
the country because It doesn't produce
u living. The farm will work for you
If you will work with It. Be honest
with your farm. Vou can be dishonest
with a pig If you treat It unkindly.
A limb on a tree for a hen roost al
twenty below "ain't Christianity;" It's
a crime, and If you purstiade that bid-
die lo lay an egg, pul her In Ihe wonder show.
....
Let us hear your troubles about
your henB that don't lay.   Bel they got
"cooties" or something that belongs
to that soulful family. If the winter
Ib long and' cold enough to keep ub in
the house wo will try to give you
something thut will make you ashamed If your hens don't lay.
....
Some people keep their winter's supply of eggs iu water glass, some In
lime water, and a large percentage
ure held ln cold stornge, but If you
want them nice uud fresh all llle time
keep your eggs ln the hen and feed
them out Into the basket us required.
Qettlng egga ut Christmas time ls 11
Question of feed anil conditions, combined with good slock. A hen docs
not lay because alio wants to—sho
lays because she has lo. Then get on
the Job und show who'H boss, you or
tlle hen.
Six or eight hens wllh plenty of
good feed In the average back lol, will
usually do better and luy more eggs
than an overcrowded, underfed flock
of twenty.
....
You may have all your 300 egg hens,
but give me a hundred hens that will
avorage around 160 eggs per year under ordinary ranch conditions. The
average or the flock Is what counts.
OUR RECIPE POR POP-OVERS
Beat one egg inlo one cup or rich
milk. Add Blowly to one cup or flour,
beating thoroughly. Place In six well
buttered gem pans, and bake in a hot
oven,
....
Do not keep pullets with old hens.
The pullet needs a more rattening ration than an old hen.
.   *   *   .
Never mind old rooster,
Don't you sigh—
You'll make a pot pit-
By and by.
* Local news.
Insure with Beale & Elweli.
1    We have  in  stock  a  full   llne  of
Women's,   Men's,   Girls*,   Boys'   and
Children's Shoes.   Our stock Is complete and—
Our low priceB win every time.
W. P. DORAN.
We repair hot water bottles, rubber
footwear, in fact anything made of
rubber.—Wilson's Vulcanizing Works,
Baker Street. 36tf
Hemstitching and p:cot edging. Out
of town orders will receive prompt
and careful attention. Mrs. Surtees,
Oranbrook, B.C. 37tf
The Banff Orcliestru made their firs!
appeuruuee of the season nt the Auditorium on Friday evening last week,
and a nc.n.i crowd attended, enjoying
to the last number the good music
ihey provided, A number of people
from out of town attended, making the
affair of a vastly different nature to
tlie last appearance af the orchestra
here.
Four pairs of BoyB' Heavy School
Hose, sizes from 5 to 7&, for $1.00.
W. D. HILL,
10 The Dry Goo-da Specialist
A number of members of the Cran-
brook Shrine Club went to Calgary at
the begiuning of the week to take in
the annual fall ceremonial there. Among those attending were W. F. Cam
eron, Jno. Martin, A. J. Balment, E.
T. Cooper and P. Adams.
The board of Harbor Commissioners
of Vancouver, of which R. E. Beattie,
formerly or this city, is a member, is
under fire at the coast in regard to
(he dismissal from the service of nine
employees, some of them of consider
able standing, and veterans or fathers of veterans. Reorganization of
the service to a greater degree of efficiency is given as the reason for the
dismissals.
Just to hand this week—Twenty-two
Evening Dresses, in many shades and
designs. No two alike, each model
unique ln itself. Black Satin, Canton
Crepe, and I iridescent Sequin—these
ure lines wo are proud to demonstrate
:is they are in n class by themselves.
W. D. HILL,
•W The Utiles' Wear Specialist.
A. B. Longman this week disposed
of his farm, "Falrneres Ranch," situated about three miles out of the city
on the New take road. The property
comprises about 84 acres In all, Including forty acres of timber. The
new owner ls N. H. Wilson, who comes
from the Lethbridge district of Alberta, and who has already taken up re.
sldence on the place. Mr. Longman
expects to remain in the district for
the winter at least.
I A Hard Times Dance will be given
on Wednesday next at the G. W. V. A.
Hall, when prizes will be awarded for
the best costumes. Robinson's orchestra will provide the music, and a
good lime with a big crowd is expected to be the order of the evening.
WANT ADS.
STAR SECOND HAND STOBK
Phoie*.
W« pay th* bait prlcei going lor til
klndB   ol   furniture.     Ws buy anything from a mouse trap to an automobile.
W. W. kilby, Auctioneer and Valuer
FOR RENT—Three roomed furnished
house, centrally located. Write to
P.O. Box 351. 41
TIIE SALVATION ARMY
Holiness Meeting at 11 a.m.
Sunday School at 3 p.m.
Salvation Meeting at 7.30 p.m.
Public Meeting on Tuesday at 8 p.m.
Come and hear the Old Gospel Stpry.
You are Welcome.
The Ladles' Home League of the
Salvation Army will hold their annua]
sale of work on Saturday, December
0th ln the Presbyterian Schoolroom.
Sale open from 2.80 to 7 p.m. Buy
your Chrislmae pra-wnta, home cook-
lift ttmmt, tie- •■ Minter.
FOR SALE—Stelnbach Piano. Mahogany case, nice tone. Price reasonable; terms arranged for payments If desired. Fink Mercantile
Company. 41
WANTED. — General work with cook
by Japanese veteran. Box 290,
Cranbrook. 39tt
FOR SALE—Two Cougar Rugs mounted nicely.   B. Weston's. 4Hf
FOR SALE. — Dodge car, run 3,600
miles, McLaughlin Four, In first
class condition. Apply to Martin
Bros.,     Cranbrook. 28tf
MILK AND CREAM
MILK  12i/2c. quart
Over 2 quarts a day ,. lie
WHIPPING CREAM
% pint 20c.
Telephone
C. GODDERIS
Friday, December 8, 11)22
foxt\)t Coming luletfoe
Our Bakery will be In a position to supply your table
with CHRISTMAS PUDDINGS, PIES, A.M) ARTIST-
ICALLV DECORATED CHRISTMAS   CAKES   to suit
the Occasion
OlR MILK IOAF IS THE BEST BREAD THAT (AS HE HADE
Expert Baker—Satisfaction Guaranteed
RUMMER'S PIONEER BAKERY
Saturday Specials
Hind Quarter Beet  Klc-lie
Front Quarter Beef  0c
Sides of Veal    llle
Brisket Boil  5c to Oo
Pot Boast He to 10c
Boast of Pork Shoulders 22c to 96c
Shoulders of Lamb 15c
Loins of Lamb  25c
Fresh Killed Fowl  25c
Fresh Killed Youiit; Chicken  SOc
Boast Shoulder of Veal I2ȣc to 15c
Stewing Veal  tlle
Sausages  15c
Hamburg Steak  15c
Picnic Hams  25c
FRESH KILLED TURKEYS ... -  40c
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY ON FRIDAY EVKNING
P. Burns <& Co. Ltd.
PHONE 10
CRAMIKOOK. U.C.
UNLESS you see the name "Bayer" on tabids, you
are not getting Aspirin at all
Accept only an "unbroken package" of "Bayer Tablets of
Aspirin," which contains directions and dose worked out by
physicians during 22 years and proved safe by millions for
Colds
Headache
Rheumatism
Toothache
Neuralgia
Neuritis
Earache
Lumbago
Pain, Pain
Handy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tableta—Abo bottles of 24 anil 100—Druggists.
Aaplrin I, thc trade mirk (r-iti.t-red In Canada) ot Bayir Manufacture of Mono*
a.Btl.a.lile.t.r of Sallcyllcacld. While it la well known that Aaplrin means Itaycr
manufacture, to aaalat the public aealnat lmltatlona. the Tableta of Bayer Company
will be .tumped with their general trade mark, tho "Bayer Croaa."
'• I'Hirri'r i it irar!if!ii»«irwiifflffl js
I FA It KER & NcGEEJ
Flour antl Peed Merchants
1      Hay and (train ot All Kinda
Hanson Avenue
Oranbrook
j Offlce Phone 92   Res. Phone 310 g
- I. iUiBiaaHliniiaiH-MIIIIDHIIIIM
Milk and Cream
DIRECT FROM
Big Butte Dairy Farm
PHONE 10
Cranbrook Cottage Hospital
(Licensed by Pror. Oort.)
Maternity and General Nursing
Terms Mcderata
MBS. A. CRAWFORD, Matron.
Garden Af anu     - PIMM Mt
Cranbrook Meat Market
Saturday Specials
Hind Quarters, Fresh Killed Beef, per 11)	
Front Quarters, Fresh Kiled Beef, per lb	
ALI, NO. 1 QUALITY MEATS AND POULTRY
THE BEST OBTAINABLE
Look This List Over
Chnlre Vtnl
lie
Ill-
Tender Juicy Heel
Choice Roast  I.Mr to Ite
Choice Pot Roaat  llle to lie
Chotco Brisket Boil tk Io Hr
Clioico Stewing Beef     6c
Prime Ribs Rolled   tht
drain Fed Pork
Leg Roast    S*ic
Shoulder Roast He lo Mc
Loin Roast   Me
Spring Lamb
Leg, Small   Mc
Loin, Small    88c
Front Quarter   llle
Yearling Mntton
Choice Leg  28c
Choice Loin   Sac
Choice Shoulder   lie
Stew Mutton   lOe
Shoulder Ronsl     I.'ac III 1,'KI
I.CK Roust   -i'K*.
l-olll  Itousl  ttut
Fillet Roast     !!5c
Slew Voal     He
Veul Shank   Tic
Poultry
Flesh Killed Fowl   'Alt'
Fresh Killed Chicken  -Wc
EXTRA SPECIAL
Swift's Picnic Ham  ..1*1
Home Cured Bacon  40c
Pure Lard, 3 lb pail   Mc
Pure Lard, 6 Ib pall   II.IM
Beet Hearts     8c
Beet Tongue   Mc
Hamburger Steak   12!ic
Pork and Beef Sausage  1.1c
Tomato Sausage   SOc
Place Yonr Order NOW For A Choice Fresh Killed Turkey
SEE OCR WINDOW FRIDAY NIGHT
Cranbrook Neat Market
Norbury Avenue Phone 8        Opposite City Hall Frldny, December 8, 1942
THE  CBANBBOOK   HERALD
PAGE   FIVE
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
Plione 21(1 P.O. Bri Mil
B. A. MOORHOUSE
A.M.E.I.C, & B.C.L.S.
PJ10V. LAND SI KVUOH
('ranbrook     -      -      -B.C.
Dm. Green k MacKinnon
I'll* kIWiuih uud Surgeons
Olfloe at   residence, Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICII 11(11)118
Forennnnn       900 to 10.00
Afteniiifitm    2,00 to   4.00
Bvenlnga  7.ho to  8.30
Sundays   s no to  am
IHANIIIIOOK. 'J. c.
lilt. F. II. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE HOUltS
!» to 12 n.m.     l to 5 p.m.
Hanson nil;., CRANBROOK, II.C.
F. 31. ,11 A C P 11 E R S O N
Underiuker
I'ilOIIC ll'ill
Norhury Ave, nexl tu I'll) llnll
MONUMENTS
CAMPBELL   &    RITCHIE
MONUMENTAL CO.
Nelson
JOHN GARD
PAINTER &
PAPERHANGER
Full Line oi'  Wnll Paper
In Slock.
Store, Hanson Avenue
Phone 409 :it all hours
CliAMIl.tml.     ■     ■     •    nc
NELSON BUSINESS COLLEGE
LEARN TO EARS
Practical Commercial Coarse In
Shorlbnnti, Typenrttlng
Bookkeeping,  Commercial  Lan
Penmanship
Commercial English and
Spelling
DAY    AND   NIGHT   CLASSES
lor l-nrtlrnlim Apiilj lo
C. W. TVI.ER, Prlncllial
P. 0. Ihn, Mi Nelson, B.C
WHY    OPERATE J
When KEPATOLA removes gall
stones lu 24 hours without pain and
relieves appendloitls, atomaoh and
liver troubles. Contains no poison.
Not sold by drilBSlsls.
MRS. OEO. 8. ALMAS
Sole Manufacturer
2110 Fourth Ave., So,, Saskatoon, Saak.
Price 16.50 Phone 18(5
LODGES ASD SOCIETIES
CRAMIHOOK
FARMERS' INSTITUTE
Regular Meeting
NEI'OMi   St 11 I1IHV  of each
r II. nt . p.m. In the City Hall
WOMEN'S  INSTITUTE
Meets In the
O.W.V.A. Hall
afternoon ot the
lirst Tuesdny at
II p.m.
All ladles are
cordially Invited
!'. Constantino.
Mrs. s. Taylor.
JOHN MANNING
Our Crockery Department
is filled with
Christmas Cbina
and plenty of DINNER  SETS to choose  from.
JAP ORANGES   11.15 box
We Have (lie Fiilliiniiie Variety in Silts!
FILBERTS HICKORY WALNUTS        ALMONDS
PEANUTS        I'ECANS        BRAZILS
MIXED NUTS, nice fresh slock, al   35c Ib.
All kinds of FANCY MIXED CANDY for the Kiddles'
Stockings
Cranberries   80c lb.
Crystallized Cherries          111.50 III.
Mixed Peels   4.1c Ib.
Nice Fresh Currants, Raisins ami Sultanas
MODI'S CHOCOLATES
Nice and Fresh, pul up in a variety of sizes
Tho Kind Thai Tickle Ilie Heart
Snow and Jonathan Apples  . |.;.*> box
Spanish Crapes ... 35c lb.      Spanish Onions .  IBUc Hi.
CHRISTMAS STOCKINGS from  llle In #1.00 each
CHRISTMAS CRACKERS  VII Prices
Fresh Eggs   80c Brookfield Eggs   (iOc
Cooking Eggs    40c- doz.
FANCY MIXED BISCUITS and SHORTBREAD
Table Figs    85c Hi.     Sweet Cider . .#1.00 gallon
NAVEL ORANGES TO ARRIVE THIS WEEK
FRESH LETTUCE AND CELERY    '
ST. AMIIIKW'S Ml III
OBSERVEII WITH III i:
SCOTCH   ATMOSPHERE
Windermere St. Andrew's Socle)-. Put On Viinmil Gathering Lllsl Week
I Special lo Tl
Invermere, B.C., 11
and slory 1,1 St. Ami
nor be allowed to iiii.
brawny Scots Willi
down to a sumptuoui
with due skill and It
cording to tha rite
observance ror Si
saint.
Tlie feasl   was sei
uf Hotel Inverniflre,
Bruce, "the Laird,"
iinf-iy called, pr<
Those nt ihe cla
call trom all over. 0
were slithered trot
points, trol forgetti
from Cranbrook ai 1
The St. Andrevt
Columbia Valley, tn
the distinction nt be
In fuel the only one
In now celebrates
over .0 years ago '
was held lu lhe s:
celebrnlion, at ti li
"lie honor
nol suitor
aver forty
IS. ip;
prepa
form
stil
llled
I fill-
airou
Randolph
was  lieill-
I nl  lhe
'st'iitallves
J liriink and II. WatBon or Fernle for
ilie splendid Instrumental selections
whicli they nave, and i(, Mr. Qraham
in a special manner for ills solos, tlie
charming one which had reference to
whnl would have happened had Ihere
been no apple., nn iiie tree, meeting
with much favor.
Mesdames Qraham and Spreull were
amongst the ladles present from dis- [
lain points. Qolden was well repre-
seated in n Quintette, comprising
Charles A. Warren. Alexander Beattie.
Qeorge Buckham, VV. J. McRae and
Mr. Callum.
Priday, December 22nd, will he vis-:
iiors' day al the Central School, he-
iween the hours of 1.30 and :!.
Shi Simpson has taken lhe position
In the provincial forestry olllce recent*
ly vacaieil by W. B. McConnell.
Mother's Most Important Duty
Concerning the Welfare of Her  Family is  the
Selection of Their Food
THAT'S WHY SHE PREFERS
DALES BREAD
Phone Us Your Order For Thai    XMAS   CAKE
PHONE  .VI
:•':;-
tin
old
Ot llle
claims
si. and
.aal Kootcint
majority, for
first gathering
placo as tills
when   what is
CENTRAL SCHOOL  REPORT Ingham, 86.33, Ben Walkley 31.96, joe
FOR NOVEMBER | Wulltley 30.60, Winnie Stewarl 51.66.
Not ranked on uccount of illness
I
(Continued from Page une)
I Lloyd Burgess, Murlon Cuthbert, Kathleen Nlsbet, Margaret Malone, Uliun
ston 64.6 Tony Prost 48.3, Eveard Webster, Gerald Bye, Billy Crawford
Lewis 46.6. Ulberta Jones, ciande Miller, Phyllis
Number enrolled 42; perfect attend- jeffpry
anee 24.
B. GIBSON, Teacher.
DIVISION VI.
Alne Uooderham 79.33, Jessie Mlis-
A. SUTHERLAND, Teacher.
DIVISION VIII.
Sylvit Hill, Wallace Downing, Robena Miller. Doutilil MacDonald, Nancy
ser 76.66, Dorothy Bridges 66.5, Don- McCrindle, Madeline Wise, Edna Tuy-
ald MueDonald 63.S3, Katherlne Mar
tin 61, Eiumu Connolly 60.67, Walter
Heimsing 60.16, Betty Lunn 60, Dobie
MacDonald 69.5, Ida Lancaster 57.83.
Chrfssle Charhoneau 57.5, I.orua Bai
lor and Arthur Lodge and Horace Mill
lin equal, Jean KutledRe anil Eddie
Leonard and Pauline Wise equal. Blva
Turner, Ruth McKowan and James
Dixon   equal.   Wright   Speers.  Hazel
**per 57, Florence 1-attinson 56.7. Grace Clapp, Vivian Kemp. Hazel Bowley.
Prltchard 56.5, Leslie Kuhnert 55.83,, Josephine Demichel, Bertie Pelton.
Enid Shankland 55.83, Helen Camp-IHilda Robinson, Raymond Luscombe,
bell 55.8, George Roberts 54.67. Grace.Gladys Burton. Frank Campbell ami
Flett 54.3, Douglas ..Patton 53.67, Har- Patrick Harrison equal, Reginald
old   Holdener 52.17,  James  Brookes,' Shew,  Allan  Downey.  Elliot   Harris
51.83, Beuhih Hill 51.83, Jack Farrell
61.17, Helen McGill 50.17, Lucille Ros-
HliR 49.17, Pauline Bowness 49, Eileen
Gray 48. Wilfred Pocock 47.6, Joseph
Genes! 47.5. Margaret Johnson 46.67.
Florence Slewal'd. Roller! McGregor.
Roy James. Harry Walkley. Harvey
Molr.
Junior Third Reader—May Russell
ii2. Henry Taylor 61, Leslie Phillips 60,
Dorotliy Stewart 45.33. Stanley Porter Annie Harbinson 59, Alice Harper 58
44.83. Lillian Dale 44.6. Rupert Porter Ruth Bond 53. William Priee 40.
44.5, William Thomas 44. Jean Niblock!    Number enrolled 43: perfect attend-
43.5.   Ernest   Kennedy   42.5.   Malcolm'auce 23.
McPhee 41.17, Ellsworth Ryan. i      P. M. G. C. MnrDONALIJ, Teacher,
Absent for exams. George Hayman, j DIVISION IX.
Marlon Gill. Margaret Luscombe.
H. II. DeCEW. Teacher.
DIVISION Vll.
Number In class, 50.
Kathleen Worthlngton 79.33, Margarel Henderson 76.16. Mary Mncllon-
ald 77. WInnifred McQuaid 76.50, Alex.
Dalzlel 74. Josephine Marapodi 72.16.
Numlier enrolled 4S; perfect attendance 21.
Margaret cullen. Olive N'orgrove,
Lily Matson, Jessie South. Mah Ken.
Melva Parrett. Dong Yun, Dorothy
Flett. Mary Roberts. Chow Nam. Betty Genest. Eunice Moore. Gino ltlgnt-
llnl nml Willie Cullen equal. Chow
Kathleen Edmondson 68.50. AnnielHIng. Edna Collier ntnl Mah Chung
Moore 68, Alec. Darale 67.50. Margaret 'equal. Cyril Harrison. Edwin Haley.
Farrell 67. t'armeln Nnso 66.33. Roy! Mnry LantOnt, Lucy Andrews, Sadie
Llnnell 65.83, James Huchcroft 61.86, Olbbs, Phyllis Home. Marie Collins.
May Strachan 61, Garnet Blaine 60.50. j Frank McClure, Florence Johnston.
Barbara Beale 60.33. Dounld MacKenzIe 60.33. David Harvey 59. William
Harrison 68.60, Jack Parker 58.50. Waller Agland 53. Walter Barrel 53.33,
\lex. Williams 53.2:1, Robert Mulrhead
53.33, jean MacDonald 46, William Mc
Coy 46.66, Donald Maeluiils 45.60. June
Collins 43.67. Maurice Godderis 42.66.
Eugene Konnedy 38.60. Mike Frost
36.67.   Helmet-   Erlckson   36.67.   Gene
Dong Bang. Jessie Cassidy, Erliene
Downing, Mnry prltchard, Edna Baxter. Norman Blaine. Allen Piitniore.
Leona Small. Marlon Thomas.
,Ahseni for one or more examinations on account of sickness -Donald
Cameron, Beverley Collier. Gordon Dezall Mary Fyre, Helen Gilroy, Hllln
Polio, Lily Polio. Willie Steveley
Yvonne Williams, Richard Slye. Chow
I'resldenl i    Mrs
Sce-Troiuurcr!
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Crnnbrook, IM*. •
Meets every Tuesday at 8 p.m.
In the Fraternity Hall
B. A. HIH, C.C.
H. L. Harrison, K.R. tt 8.
R. C. Carr, IIP.
Visiting brethren cordially In.
riled to attend
•   I.O.O.F.
KEY CITY LODGE, No. 42
Meets every
I Monday night at
The Auditorium
Sojourolng Oddtellows cordially
Invited.
B. P. MoBatt    -   Noble Orand
W. a Adlard. P.O.  - RM.IM.
ranbrook Basaari
Invites you lo examine their China, Toys, Novelties
Klc., hefore deriding on your Christinas Oifls.
We have I lie Finest Selection of
CHINA TKA SKTS, JAPANESE WORK BASKETS,
AND TIIK BEST ASSORTMENT OK TOYS
IN THK CITV
See our Lamp Shades, Dollies,  Hdkfs., Silks.
Aprons, Wool, Fancy Work, Coinhs, Etc
•/Hrs. ID. IRobrrtfion
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Bruce Robinson
Teacher of Music
Studio above Murdock McLeod's. Phone 295
now Invermere vvqh called Canterbury,
ami In the same room which was t lieu
the main une or tin? Cunterbury Hotel.
Mr. Bruce presided on that memorable
occasion, liut I hf faces which surrounded him then are changed, and of
those ut this last celebration tliere was
but a sprittklfng dmongBt them who
could recall the first.
Year by year, barring the period of
the Great War, these celebrations have
annually been held in faithful commemoration of iiie occasion.
St Andrew's Nicht wus sure u great
niclit amongst the bret hren of I he
Columbia Valley St. Andrew's Society,
and then guests to the number of ninety odd ull told. The brethren were out
In force with tlieir kilts and tartans, I
making a very vivid contrast to the
attractive costumes as worn by tin
many ladies who graced the occasion.
The menu was strict ly of tlte Scotch
order embracing held broth, oat cake,
scones, tatties and kali*. Of course
the honored place was held by the
haggis. "Great chieftain of the I'uddin'
race."   This was broughi In tin a plat-
>r,   borne   aloft   on   brawny   Scots
iotlied iu the ki lt and specially chosen for the honor. These were preceded by three royal pipers, and wus
received wllh Scotch honors given
standing   taking  the   lead   from  the
huinnnu. A splendid feature of this
purt was the excellent recitation given
by Mr. Cecil A. Duvidson in truly dramatic style of Burns' well known "Address to the Haggis." Hev. Mr. McGregor having tlrst said grace, ull pre-
lent partook of the feast with relish.
The first part of the programme being over lhe totisl of The King was
given In befitting manner by singing
be National Anthem. After this was
the welcoming address to tlie visitors
who bail come from Golden, from Fertile, from Cranhrook. and from distant points in the surrounding country. To this Mr. Spreull replfed in
gixxl form. Too much credit cannot
be given to Mr. Allan Graham of Cran-
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'111. Bllen Stewart. E-llzabetll Stewart.
MURIEL 1.. BAXTER, Teacher,
1»1 VISION X.
A Class—Evelyn Holdener. Edgar
OfTin, Jessie MacKay, Harvey Blrce,
Christina Williams, Kilna Sliaw, Jafk
Pattinson, Bnaya Villa, Cameron McDonald, Nora Simpson, James Lunn,
Marguerite Walkley. Billy Wliltlng,
Harold Geoilte, Owen Haley, Carrie
Spence, V. Jordan. Mary Lee, Byron
Kemp. Jane Nisbet. Violet Moore.
B Class —Hilda Uillls, Donalda
Walker. Joyee Campbell, Dorotliy McDonald, Theo Laurie, James Halcrow,
Godfrey Heimsing, Gordon Speers,
Billy Burton, Margaret Hutleilge, Edith Walker, Barbara Patton, Lizzie
Godderls. Joe Welsh, George Moore,
Sidney Moore, Eyleen Thomas. Leonard Porter, Harold Porter, Joe Ward,
Annie Frost.
Missed all examinations-—Kathleen
McDonald. Hilda Smith. Carl Mullin,
Robert Steveley, Juck Huberts, Ethel
Lewis, Chester Smith,
Perfeet attendance -0. Number enrolled 411.
ELLEN ll. PATERSON, Teacher.
Ill VISION XI.
Number enrolled 48; perfect attendance 20.
First Printer—Charlie Wilson. Edward Roinanulk, Chow Way. I.llluti
Dale, Betty Brown, James McDonald,
Barry Hill, Marjorie Keyes. Cyril
George, Bernice Coleman, Steve Rom-
uinilk. Marguerite Morro, Patricia Par
ker.
Second Primer—Tom Ftlglta, Klchi
Margown, Frank Morro, Angelo Provenzano, Stanley Helse, Catherine Han-
rah'an, Joe Wong, Cecil Morrison, Gladys RatelllTe. George Latlgton, Doris
Haley, Esther Leonard, Pearl Walkley
Rudle Kozak. Jackie Parkins. Graco
Steruburg, John Niblock. Thomas Miller, Faith Ryan. Robert l.usconilie,
Hunter McClure, Albln Erlckson, Bernard Niblock.
SARA V. McCALLUM. Teacher,
IHVISION XII.
Number enrolled 4K; perfect attendance IT,.
Ella Blgattlnl, (lien Bowness, Edith
Johnson, Claude Jordan, Cliff. Lainpli-
lor, Kenneth Lamphier, Muriel Little, Ruth Lundy. Phyllis MiicDiinald,
David Miller, Barbara Miilrhcail, Dominic Nuao, Hybll Norgrovo, Fretlle
Hbaw, Willie White.
L. 0. UBNDBHBON. Teacher.
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OUR SALE
IS  CONTINUING
Ami when lllll puts mi n Sale In uny lint- IT'S GENUINE!
SILK & SERGE   DRESSES
A few left, Inii All Sizes ure represented,
The wholesale prices are lost sight of in
these Dresses   Sizes Hi to 42 bust.   Regular $22.50 to $27.50. going at >W.!5 In tlll.Vs
WATCH OUR  WINDOWS FOR PRICES
Tlle Regular Selling Prices, anil in  many instances even the Wholesale Prices will lie lost
sight of.
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Hoys' Heavy School Hose, sizes S-10, 3 prs. 11.00
Uo. Oo. sizes 6-7%, 4 prs.    1.00
Boys' Shoes, regular $3.00, for	
Women's Shoes, regular $4.50. for	
Women's Pumps and Slippers, reg. $4.50
Oo. Do. regular $6.00, for
25*1  oft ALL Ladles Shoes and Pumps
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PAGE   SIX
THE  CRANBROOK  HERALD
Friday, December S, 1022
DONAL
Packages 15*
Trafalgar Day Anniversary
Name of Nelson, Greatest British Sailor, Perpetuated Even
In Tills Outpost of l'lmplre.
On the 4th day of December, 1805, dom.
I.M. scarred battleship Victory drop- Our forefathers, as they grow into
ed anchor at Spitlieud. She was nationhood, found themselves living on
sorely worn and battered by shot from a small island, which Is rich in Us
her late encounter in the Battle of Tra- natural resources. They were first an
l'algar. Blood of mon stained her'agricultural people, and accordingly
very deck, and fresli evidences of her healthy and able to bear large families
ate encounter were all too plainly evl- of healthy children. In time it bec.uno
dent. It was not by reason of this she'hard for all to live by fanning alone,
had returned to her vort.   Her flag and bo they started in to the perfecting
Hying at half must was a mute evidence of her mission, for on one of her
decks lay all that was mortal of Viscount Admiral Horatio Nelson, brought
home for burial with befitting cere-
motiy In the tight little island fnr
whicli he hail fought, bled and died.
The life influence of Nelson is still
perpetuated in Windermere District by
Iiis name being given to one of the
physical features of the district. This
point and the lessons which it bears
Mr. Basil (J. Hamilton, of Invermere,
,s for several years tried to impress
upon the children of the local school
by an unnunl address under the caption given below, it Is only one of a
series on matters of local interest, as
it wfll be noted on reading, David
Thompson being the first of lhe number.   The address as given reads:
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STOMACH MISERY,
GAS, INDIGESTION
"P.tpc's Diapepsin" Corrects
Sour, UpsL:t Stomachs
at Once
Pape'a Dlapepsln" is the (juickest,
surest relief for indigestion, gases, Hat
ulence- heartburn, sourness, fermentation or stomach distress caused by
acidity, A few tablets give almost
immediate stomach relief. Correct
your stomacli and digestion now for a
few cents. Druggists sell millions of
packages.
-V        Take A
6EECHAHS nus
/ for Constipation \
ADMIRAL NELSON
The Effects of HIh Life on Our Empire
And Our Luke Windermere District
in the course of my last remarks,
the subject of which wus "David
Thompson, the great western explorer
and astronomer," a slight mention was
made of the wonderful map which he
hnd prepared and of the fact thut on It
he had shown our great mountuin out
we.st of us us Mount Nelson, and the
nearest range of mountains to us in
thut direction as Nelson's Mountains.
.And what is now Toby Creek he showed us Nelson's Rivulet. There was
also borne in upon us the fact that in
doing so David Thompson hud named
them after Armlral Horatio NcIhou,
who a few years before had fought
against the combined fleets of France
and Spain and won from them the
mastery of the seas lu tlie Battle or
Trafalgar.
In touching ou the name nf Admiral
Nelson I also said that it it was your
desire, that at some day in the future
I would say a few words relative to
Admiral Nelson. Now this is what we
have iu view to-day. Before proceeding let us flrst deal with the object in
view In giving you these addresses on
lhe various persons with whom we
Have you heard
about Peps ? l'cps is a
scientific preparation put
up in rastllle form, which
provides an entirely new antl effect-
i vo treatment for coughs, colds, chest
and throat troubles.
I'eps contain certain medicinal Ingredients, which, when placed upon
thc tongue. Immediately turn Into
vapor, and arc breathe J down the air
passages to tbe lungs. On their journey, tbey soothe thc inflamed and
irritated membranes of the bronchial
tubes, thc delicate walls of the air
passages, and finally enter and carry
relief and healing to the lungs.
In a word, while no liquid or solid
can get to the lungs and air passages,
these Peps fumes get there direct,
and ut once commence healing.
rpr.s TRIAL  Cut out th,i
rnml^T.: -ImmmisT. article, write
across it the name ond date of thii
paper, and mall It (with lc* stamp to
pay return postage) to Peps Co.,
Toronto. A free trial packet will
then he sent you*. All druggists and
■tores sell Peps, 50c. box.
peps
of tlieir tin mines and their conl mines
and in thc manufacturing of goods.
Thore not being much room for
spreading out on the island, It was
necessary to look abroad for more
land; for parts in whicli lo place the
children, iu order Ihat they too might
have a heritage, and in order that they
loo might grow tu be slrong and healthy, and that (hoy might grow farm
produce: 90 that while the people at
home were developing the natural resources of the island the children abroad would use tlieir manufactured articles ami give back food to lhe mother
country in return.
These were the first steps in land
aud sea greatness—manufacturing and
colonizing, or in other words looking
after her children, so that in due time
her children might nourish her.
In order in get tlie re-quired land for
this purpose lor her children, It was
necessary to iind II. All Kurope was
filled up with peoples. Now for many
en tu ries the people of England hud
heen so busy in working out her home
government that they had not had time
to look very far about, but in or about
the year 1500, having settled the <pies-
tlon of home government and ns to
who was to be boss, the King or tlie
People, Kngland had time to look fur
(her afield*.
Tiie groat questions which had ly>en
threshed out at home and the victories
which the masses had won, were freedom of government, freedom of speech
and freedom uf religion. These they
were prepared to fight and die fur if
necessary. A long course of intermarrying and general mixing up had
built Ihe people of Kngland Inlo one
homogeneous mass, so that when the
time came to expand outside their island, they went forth to conquer as one
man. They found that while they
stayed ut home that other nations had
gone abroad. Marco Polo uf Venice
hail (old of Cathay and India, Christopher Columbus had discovered the
southern purt of North Amerlcu for
Spain; Spain had later been beaten
nut of that part by France and had
I practically   given   It  over  und   gone
have dealt.
Ket me say I have heard with great [down to South America; Africa was
pleasure and not a little pride, from | largely peopled by savage races who
some of you directly and indirectly fought among themselves and ate any
frum others that what I have been person who came near them; India and
telling you in this manner Is proving China were already full to overflowing
of interest. Now lo come back to the
remarks aud tell you what the purposes are which thes remarks have In
view.
Flrsl then let me say It Is to show
that you have a goodly heritage. We
are all fortunate in being born under
lho British Flag—or at least lu having
and at thai lime Australia had not
been heard of. So that If Kngland
was io gain any territory there was
m> alternative but to flghi and get It
Tills wub not going to he un unrighteous war no wnrs ever are in the
minds of (hose who bring them on
for   the  nations  owning   tliese   vast
some of tho protection whlCh it af- tracts of land In Amerlcu were not
fords. With that flag ubove you or
around you, you may go Into the uttermost parls of the known world and
have your rights as a British citizen
respected and looked up to. One of
the chief objects In view, then, is to
emphasize this fact and to impress upon each and all the great benelt which
tho flag confers.   It ls hoped to show
doing anything worth speaking of with
them except (eying to discover gold
and how to best abuse tlie natives,
So now we have come to the third
great nature building feature of the
British Empire, that it to fight for
empire. In order, however, to light
successfully and to keep the channels
open between their children nnd I
that we are all member., of the one .selves, it wns necessary for Great Brit
Great Empire, and that whether young ] ain to have ships. Up to now she had
or old, big or little, or wherever we! no regular navy of any account. The
live, us long as we or our parents arei Empire's strength lay in little ships at
British subjects, we have our shsre first, and ships wherein their captains
and our responsibilities as members nnd their owners fought and won little
of (he great British Empire as It is at! lights on their own account. Theso
present, and In the glorious history ship owners were In tlie habit in times
which England and later Great Britain uf national trouble of uniting ull their
has built up In the past. Tbe right of ■ ships under the command of one man
being a British citizen ls oue whicli nol who was called an admiral, or lord of
person may buy. jtho sea, and by these combinations
What have been the main features lour present linn navy finally came into
In bringing us to this state before thei being.
world? Three that are chief have been At this time the two great nations
the spirit of colonisation, the perfect-'who had colonies In savage lands and
Ing of commerce, and the love of free- the two great imt ium wbo practically
I ruled tho soas, wero Spain and France.
Spain's King, Philip (he Second, had
tried to conquer England ln tbe days
of our Good Queen Bess, Queen Elizabeth, and had built a huge navy which
he called tho Armada, and which in
time was miserably defeated by a
gathering ut England's small ships
under Sir Francis Drake. It was many
years utter that before England was
again seriously disturbed on sea. The
next time it was by the French under
Napoleon.
It wus at this period that we reach
the llle ot Admiral Nelson. Before
we pass into thut period let us once
more review some of the secrets of
Great Britain's greatness, As the late
Queen Victoria once implied, the whole
of England's greatness Is built upun
(he Holy Bible. Some then of lhe secrets were flrsl tmlll Into (be foundation wall by reason of the Btnall compass or (he Motherland, throwing all
Its peopli' Inlo close communion or
fellowship; in other words, giving
them common ideus the one with the
oilier. One person had not fur to go
lo meet his neighbor. Another Iden
was thai It was necessary to find
room for expansion, and therefore
(hey had to colonize, bui (he great underlying principle of all wns the inborn desire for freedom in everything,
Being* girt about by the ocean the
people were Isolated irom the warring
nations of Europe, and barring a few
encounters in tlie early centuries, and
the attack of (he Spanish Armada,
and a few others not so important the
nation had not been subject to any
sudden attacks from outside foes, and
for this reason they were able to give
attention to things at home, and after
getting them settled iiad time to go out
.md conquer their close In neighbors
the Welsh, the Irish, and later to make
a union with the Scotch.
To all these they took the ideas
which they had fought for und worked
cut so successfully and made them one
nation as Great Britain and Ireland.
The old saying "An Englishman's
house is hia castle" spread over the
united people, and they all came to*
insist on freedom of speech, freedom
of religion und freedom of government. Bound together, then, with
tliese Ideas, they were ready as one
nation to get out and face the world,
In following up these Ideas Kngland
had first opposed Spain aud had beaten her In a sea fight. Spain at thai
time stood for tyranny and oppression
iu speech and religion. Then in time
as Great Britain they turned on France
which country had in mnny ways followed In the footsteps of Spain.
In Great Britain's groping around
for the riches of Cathay and tbe Indies, and her search for the North
West Passage, ber sailors had gone to
the north of France's possessions in
North America, but not being able to
get around there by water others hnd
tried the passage overland, and the
explorers and Great Britain through
them, heard for tbe flrrst time of the
immense stretches of unoccupied land
in North America which lay to the
west of that claimed by France, and to
which Frame barred the way. So not
thinking this to be right and France
being an old time enemy of England's.
the united nation kept up the fight and
in lime took from France this Canadn
ours and all her northern 'possessions In North America, and hud
tarled In to colonize it and introduce
British principles.
Shortly after this a small man from
'orslca who had come over to France
began to muke his way above bis fel-
ows as a leader of men. He had risen
lu the ranks of Iiis fellows. He bore
the proud name of Napoleon Bonaparte. This man had too many or the
ideas which Great Britain stood for,
but he had an uu sat is liable desire to
.onquer us well, In pushing forward
his forces he had come into contact
with Great Britain. By the year 1800
lie was practically lord of Europe. He
spread out und crossed to Africa with
the Idea too of reaching India, which
hud now become n British possession,
and also looked to take back from
Great Britain some of the possessions
which France had lost to her. So a
Ilerco struggle started In between
these two nations pn the sea. Spain
revived a little, and she too resolved
on helping France.
Finally nu Immense gathering of
French ships was brought together
from the various shipyards and called
a navy, und with these Napoleon hoped
to whip Greal Britain's navy, which
bad been growing steadily since the
days or the Armada, uud behind the
navy there stood thc English admlrali
who also bail to he counted upon. In
this great fight which was to come
aboul It was not lirst principles tiiat
were at stake, but the lust of conquest
and ut tbe forefront and at the hind
end of lt ull was the personal force and
tho ambition of this one man Napoleon.
They say tho times make the mnn,
and as Napoleon was grent so one In
the English navy was rising to greatness In none other than Horatio Nelson. He stood for ull that was good
and true in the great British principles
and was a lion in the way of bis ad
versary.
Horatio Nelson was born on the 29th
September, Michaelmas Day, 1758, at
Burnham Thorpe, Norfolk, England,
His father was the Rev. Edmund Nelson, Church of England clergyman
rector of that place. His mother's
maiden name wub Chevallier. Nelson
bad naval blood ln his veins, so as
might be thought natural his parents
started him off on that career, and at
tbe age of thirteen we find that he
Joined the navy. Pretty early age to
leave hont, UM ft Is torthy of not*
Baptist Ctmrct)
PASTOR W.  T.  TAPSCOTT
SUNDAY  NEXT   '
11 iuu.'— Morning Service.
Subject:    "THE    CONDITIONS
OF REVIVAL."
12 noon-Sunday Sebool.
7.30 p.m.—Evening service.
Sub-BCl:  "INSANITY."
(The Fourth of u Series of s**r-
iitntiH on "Tin1 Past Young Man."
Thursday, 8 p.m.*
Ing nnd B. Y. P
-Prayer meet-
YOU ARE WELCOME
tlmt even ut tho present duy u person
for that profession still lias to enter ut
'.tbout that age.
Whon he wns fifteen we Umi lilm
nwtiy up la the aretle regions of North
America, and true to the fighting spirit which burned wllhln him, we learn
tlmt small and delicate though he waa
It ls related thnt single handed he
mctbodist Church
HEV. B. C. FREEMAN, Pastor
NKRMOM.TTK
"Interest others' in your recreation. . . . Form a Periputetlc
Brotherhood. Not only play tennis, but organize tenuis tournaments.
Not only study out chess problems, but teach chess to all your neighbors, and have regular chess evenings nl your home, wltll cul;.. and
lemonade!    In thc battle with temptation you need every ally."
—•Amos R. Wells In "Help for the Tempted."
NIMMV, DECEMBER 10
11 a.m.—"WHAT IS CHRISTIAN?"   Junior Choir.
12.16—Sunday School and Senior Ulhle class, conducted by Pastor.
7.30 p.m. -"THE CALL KOR SERVICE."   Senior Cliolr.
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anxious that It sioulil not escape,   lt TIIE
Caught and killed two Immense polar was n,c intention nt the French to Join ;
their navy wltll tint of Spain.  Admiral '■
Nelso.i was on the watch to prevent Thursday
WEATHER   IM'l.liKTIN
bears
He passed through many other adventurous and trying experiences lu
different parts of tbe world on various
voyages.
Owing to influence amongst bis superiors in command of the navy his
promotion was rapid, nud at the age of
twenty-one be bad become post captain.
Brave nnd courageous in a fight bo
wus ever in tlie front and us one consequence while fighting at Calvl in Corsica in 1703, a cannon ball tttrlklng the
ground near him threw up sand with
such force into his left eye as to destroy tlie sight of it for ever. Ureat as
this misfortune was Nelson mnde use
of it a few yenrs after wben fighting
the Buttle of St. Vincent. His superior officer In the fleet gave orders for
the withdrawal of the ships. The flag
signal wub rend to Admiral Nelson,
who, pretending not to believe it put
bis telescope to his blind eye, pointed
it to tbe Armiral's signal at that ship's
mast head, and closing his other eye
remarked. "I really cannot see the signal," and promptly gave orders for
the ships under his immediate command to go into closer action. Thin
luckily for him won the day, and
brought about victory and its consequent reward.
On another occasion whilst attacking Vera Cruz in the Battle of Ten-
uerifTe, Nelson lout bis left arm.
He passed through other engagements after tbis and his conspicuous
bravery und the ability which he had
a chance to show repldly brought him
to the front. His personality was very
lovable and all bis sailors adored blm,
as did the British nation. Perfect confidence was placed in lilm by all-
He was now a great man and ln
complete charge of his own fleet.
About this time he made a grent personal failure in his life, but aa this
had but little to do with his general
relationships to the nation we will say
nothing more about it here.
On the lst August, 1798, we find him
December fi    ■!
No
Lift Off with Finders
November 80.
this, n.id in order to do it he blockaded j Friday, December 1	
the Harbor of Toulon.   Tbat is, he I Saturday, December 2	
spread his navy across Its mouth and j Sunday. December .'!	
refused to allow any ships to either go j Monday, December 4	
In or come out.   So determined was  Tuesday, December 5	
Nelson that the French navy should: Wednesda;
not escape him that for two years h«*   	
never went on land from tbe deck of
bis good ship Victory.
In spile of ull his precautions, how-.
ever, the French fleet did get out, and !
joined with tbe fleet of Spain. Admir-1
al Nelson started in pursuit, and did
not get far, for on tbe 21st October.
1805. be caught up with them at Cape
Trafalgar, and tbe Bnttle of Trafalgar
wns fought just oil" land. It was a
fierce encounter. Each side was determined on winning for there wero
great odds at stake. The enemy wns
stronger than the British, but Nelson
went In to win. Like all others of bis
class be did not know the word defeat or the word cant. Napoleon once
remarked that the British never knew
when tbey were defeated. This is only
too true, for (hey were taught never
to turn tlieir backs on an enemy. It
wus theirs to do their duty us long as
ihey were able to stand.
Before entering the fight Nelson
thought be would remind his sailors
of this, so he bad the Hugs flown at
his mast head which told this famous
signul, the signal that every sailor got
to know und that every Britisher
sbould und does know ut the present
day.   The signal ran—
ENGLAND EXPECTS EVERY MAN
TO DO HIS DUTY.
No man appears to have fulled In
this, for the fight ended in the complete discomfiture of the combined
fleets of France nnd Spain.
Just as tbo battle was at jty height
Admiral Nelson, who was standing on
the deck of his ship, the Victory, easily
distinguishable In his uniform us Admiral of the fleet, was struck in the I
breust by a musket ball fired from tbe
Max. Min.
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Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop a little
"Freezone" ou an aching corn, instantly that corn stops hurting, then
shortly you lift It right off wltb fingers.   Truly!
Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of
"Freezone" for a few cents, sufficient
to remove every hard corn, soft com,
or corn between the toes, and the cal-
lussu, without soreness or Irritation,
In a fight with the French fleet In rigging of the ship with which she was
Abouklr Bay. Egypt, at tbe famous Uagaged. He sunk to the deck and
Battle of tho Nile.   The fleet of thej
enemy was ln a very strong position,
and stronger than that of the British,
but by great during and strategy Nelson's fleet beut them so badly that
only two French ships were allowed
to escape from tho Bay, and these were
afterwards captured und destroyed.
It was ln this battle that the French
Admiral Casablanca had his ten year
old son on board his ship I/Orient.
The vessel was attacked and set on
fire. The Btory goes that the father
had told his son to remain In a certain
place on the deck, and while separated
from him the father waB killed. The
boy not knowing this refused to move
from liiB post when asked to do so,
and on being told that the ship would
shortly bo blown up. In time the fire
reached the powder magazine and all
tbat were then ou board wero blown
to atoms, so the boy and tbe body of
his father perished together. Some
of you may huve read the soul stirring
poem by Mrs. Heumens, culled Cusa-|
bianca, which commences:
The boy stood on Ihe burning dock,
Whence all but he had fled;
Tho flames  which  lit thc shattered
wreck
Shone round him o'er the dead.
AmTcnds so tragically with:
And tbe boy, Ob! where was he?
Ask of the winds whlcb fur around
With fragments strewed the sea.
This incident, however, ls only one
of the many which illustrates war.
The Battle of the Nile had a great
importance in another respect, In that
it cut Napoleon with his French army
who were in Egypt off from home and
their base of supplies, and caused the
French to give up their march on India, whither they were then bound.
Napoleon, greatly angered at the defeat of his project, returned to France,
and determined to destroy the British
fleet. He set to work ln the building of
another navy with which to attack
Great Britain. This took about Ave
years, and by that tlmo he had it all
assembled ln the harbour of Toulon,
Napoleon was very anxious to get It
out of there, and the British aa represented by Admiral NeUea wen Jut ma
was curried below. His life fast ebbed away, but be lived long enough to
know that the victory of his fleet bad
beeu complete. His sailors and the
whole nation were^heartbroken.
The C.P.R. appears to be having
considerable trouble getting any of its
agents at other points to "bid fn" tbe
job of station agent at Creston, which
has been vacant for at least two
months. The third call for bids expired ou Tuesday, but there is no news
available as to whether anyone has
accepted tbe position or not. During
tbo fruit shipping seaaon this is the
busiest depot on the Crow line, and
each yeur sees the business Increasing.
Current report Is thnt this year's October business at Creston depot was
double that or Octobor, 1921.
—Creston Review.
"Cascarets" 10c
For Bowels If
Constipated
Clean your bowels!     Feel fine!
When you feel sick, dizzy, upset,
when your head is dull or aching, or
your stomach Ih sour or gassy, just
take one or two Cascarets to relieve
constipation. No griping — nicest
catharalc-laxatlve on earth for grownups and children. lOe a box. Taste
like candy.
Frame's Bread Is GOOIt- Bread
His Pies, Cakes and IVstry are
made iu a tasty manner which
invites the most exacting person to call again, at
THE HOME BAKERY
Phone 67      ■      Mortar) Ave.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
NO.
CRANBHOOK THAIS TIS Kg
tt DAILY—To Nelson, Vancouver, Spokane, etc. Arrive 12.10 p.
m.; leave 12.20 p.m.
NO. 18 DAILY-To Fern'.t, Lett-
b-ldje, Medicine Hat, Calgarj, etc.
Arrive 4.10 p.m.; leave 4.20 p.m.
Cranbrook, WjcllHe, Klul>i*iley Her.
VlMI
No. m-Leavo 7.0( a.m.   No.SH4--.r-
rlve 3.10 p.m.
Cranbrook, Uke Windermere and
tiolden 8enw
Monday and Thursday, each week
—NO. Ml, leave » am Wednesday
ud **e.t_rdey-llO. 82* a: rive 1.31
p.m.
For farther par*Jcula.i apply to
any ticket ageo
1. B. PROCTOR,
Dletrict PnBnon_r>r  Agent.  fslrerr
Montana Reittanrant
Clgari, Cigarette* «»d Candy
Meal* al ill llo_r«
CRANBROOK STREET
Oppoilte tbe Bank ol Commerce
Great War Veterans' Association
Pree.: H. B. Hicks.   See.: A. Ashworth.
"A Home For The Returned Man"
BILLIARDS, READING  ROOM, ETC.
Rooms for all Returned Men at Reasonable Rates.
HALL FOR RENT - - - - SEE THE STEWARD Friday, December 8, l»23
THK  CHANBHOOK   IIKKAIJ)
PA OK SEVEN
EDMONTON CONGREGATION' BIDS FAKKWEIL
TO PASTOR AND WIFE
Rev. antl -Mrs. Thompson Given
H ami so me Presentations on
Leaving  Edmonton
The following, taken from the Edmonton Journal; refers to Rev. \V. K.
and Mrs. Thompson, one time residents or this city when Mr. Thompson
wns pastor of Knox Church here.
They were visitors here this summer
when many old friends had the opportunity of renewing ihelr acquaintance.
A large gathering of members and
friends of Brsktne Ohureh assembled
on Monday ovoning to bid farewell to
Itev.  \V.  IC. Thompson,  tho  retiring
pastor, and Mrs. Thompson. The
Church was flllod to capacity with lho
adult membors uud friends of Lho con
grogatlon.
At S o'ulock Mr, VV. C. McArthur in
tro.luci-d Uev. Ur. McQuoen who acted
as chairman for lho evonliig, The
lirst part ol the program was musical,
consisting of » Biuno solo by Miss 11.
Porter, a vocal solo by Miss I). I'helps,
a vocal solo hy Mr. I'luuketl, bagpipe
selection* by Mr. J- Colville and Mr.
Alex. McPhee, a vocal duet by Miss S.
Scott and Miss V. Cuniniings, und u
baritone solo by Mr. Tickles. Each
artist was heartily applauded and responded to encores.
Alter tbe musical part of tbe program, Uev. Mr. Grant of Wostmtnstei
Church, Moderator of ttie Edmonton
Presbytery, spoke of the pleasant relationship between himself and bis
brother ministers and Mr. Thompson,
Dr. McQueen then made a few genial remarks, and Mrs. Thompson was
asked to come to the front, where he
addressed her ou behalf of the Erskiue
people. Owing to tbe illness Of Mrs.
McEacbern, Mrs. McPhee was called
upon to present to Mrs. Thompson tbe
hox of Irish linen and a Limoges china
dinner set, which was the gift of tbe
congregation.
Dr. McQueen also addressed Mr
Thompson ou behalf of the congregation, and be was presented with a
writing desk and chair. These gifts
were but a slight token of the regard
In which Mr. and Mrs. Thompson are
held by the Ersklne congregation.
Mr. Thompson replied feelingly and
thanked the Ersklne people for their
kindness to himself and family, itev.
Mr. Wtlkie of Norwood Methodist
Church und Uev. Dr. Millar of Robertson College, also spoke of the sterling
qualities of Mr. Thompson aud of their
regret in his departure from Ersklne.
Much of the success of the evening
wus due to the affable chairman, who
by bis wit and humor helped to dispel
tiie gloom which might have marred
the enjoyment of tbe evening.
A pleasant afternoon was spent iu
Ersklne Church on Sunday when a
large gathering ol children assembled
after their classes to say goodbye to
Mr. aud Mrs. W. K. Thompson, who
had worked so faithfully among them
during the past six yoars.
About three o'clock the parents of
the children began to till the church.
The little tots occupied the front seats.
Mr. and Mrs. Thompson were asked
to come forward and little Milly Cruik-
sbunks addressed them very feelingly
ou behalf of the Primary Department.
Miss Wilmer Christm&n gave a capable talk on behalf of the older girls
and Mr. James Fraser spoke on behalf
of the boys ot the Sunday School. He
also presented Mr. and Mrs. Thompson
on behalf of lhe Sunday School with n
silver tea service suitably engraved.
Mr. Thompson gave a very suitable
reply on behalf o( Mrs. Thompson and
himself. He lotd of their pleasant
relationship since coming lo Ersklne
and   of   the   growth   ol   the   Sunday
School until it reached the four hundred mink last Sunday.
* '      »      .      m
A very happy event took place recently in tbo Ersklne inuiise when the
Kev. autl Mrs. \V. K. Thompson enter-
tulned tiie choir aud their friends at
an Informal social evening! During
the evening thi* president nud choir
leader on behalf of tho choir presented Mr. inul Mrs. Thompson, who arc
leaving for Drumheller, with a reading lamp and smoking cabinet uh a
token of their appreciation of the Imp*
py years of associaiion. Mrs, Thompson served a dainty lunch, and after a
Jolly evening the party dispersed,
wishing Mr. and Mrs. Tlilmpi-mii and
family every success lu their new
home.
♦ Hocal Jleto0.
U. Pearson,
tho city.
boiler inspector, Is
Mrs. ,A. H. McLean of Bull River |
visited Cranbrook last Friday
The largest assortment in Chinese
Work uBskets ut B. Weston's Store. 41
Fred Archer of Canal Flats has been
u visitor In the city this week for a
few days.
Tickets on sale for Kimberley Hockey Team Minstrel Show al Craubrook
Drug und Hook Company. 41
Aude Pelto has finished his contract ai Skookumchuck, and Ih enjoying a few days' lay off In Craubrook.
Phone No. H, Tho Crunbrook Meal
Market, for u nice fresh killed turkey
for Christmas. ii
Hive the Klmberley Hockey Hoys a
good turn out at their Minstrel Show
on December 15th, 41
Mrs. P. Handley of Kimberley wan
a Cranbrook visitor on Friday lasr for
the Banff Orchestra Dance.
if you are contemplating a trip
home to England, see Beale & Elweli,
Steamship Agents. ,   41 tf
If your eggs are not white and clean
or lack in flavor, they are not from
Brown's Poultry Ranch 41tf
A baby boy arrived at St. Eugene
Hospital on December 3rd for Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Hamrin of Wardner.
--CRANBROOK ENTERS •••""•• ^^•^
TEAM   INTO  SELKIRK        * m\\
HOCKEY   LEAGUE RECREATION   CLUB      * /
  NOTES 1
.J Club Officers Elected at Meeting *   t   ••*•#••••   I'l      7   ■-	
,n I         Held  On   Thursday         | * Q* a*ou* t *f t]u, aiTi"J J ,,* / Nrt    -'"
Afternoon                     ! heating apparatus  ul   the  Club, tbe    -1 U& V      f
! activities  there have  beeu  somewhat {t_____i_____r *-~
M      At  a  largely   attended   meeting   -" , ,imileU uf late>    For this rea9im the lv  ^        ■-
Dr.    Huffman's    Offlce    on    Thursday „„  ,,„„..„ ,._,.,„,)v   ,,__.,, ,„   tha     , -fe
n
largely attended
Dr.   Huffman's   offlce
evening, definite arrangements  were
made lor the entry ot a Craubrook
team iu the Selkirk District League.
Tlie offer of the Craubrook Recreation
Club for the use of the rink was accepted, and the team will be entered
as the Cranbrook Recreation Club senior Team. Many matters ol Import
ance to the Club's Interest were dls
cussed. The players present all
seemed anxious to get into thy fray,
and if the enthusiasm displayed was
any Indication of the team's succei
tho Other clubs will have lo go some.
Amateur cards for ihe entire team
arc being applied tor.
Tho ollleers elected Were ob follows:
Hon, President, Mr. Thos. Caven;
President. Mr. F. Scott; Vice President-, Mr. A. Batehelor; Secretary-
Treasurer, Mr. Tom Hogarth; liuslness Manager, Dr. Huffman; Added
member to Executive, Mr. F. Bum-
ford.
In view or lhe fact Ihat the Retail
Merchants' Association rules will not
permit of the solicitation of funds, it
was suggested by one of the members
present thai uu appeal be made
through the press for financial assistance. Any donation scut to the Secretary Treasurer will be acknowledged
through the papers.
RECEIVES YYORII OF
DEATH OK BKOTI1KK
AT DACCA, INDIA
Mr. A. P. Noble has Just received
the sad news of the death of his brother, the Hev. Peter Noble, at Dacca,
Eastern Bengal. The deceased, who
has beon in Eastern Bengal for twenty yeurB, wub only tust New Year
awarded the King's Gold Medal, the
decoration given "For Valuable Work.
Done ln Bengal." Through his long
residence, and the nature of his profession Mr. Noble hud made himself
invaluable to the British Government,
his work as a publisher giving him a
greater insight into tho affairs nf the
country. It wus ln recognition and
appreciation of the work done by Mr.
Noble, that ho was honored by the
King. Dacca Is a city of ono million
people, and a university centre. Mr.
A. V. Noble hud uot seen his brother
for twenty years, anticipating the
flMMH of a r*-uBloa la th* future.
Mr. John Tail of Nelson, Inspector
or Telegraphs for the C.P.R., was a
business visitor in Cranbrook last
week.
J. G. Turgeon. provincial Liberal organizer, was in the city Monday attending the Liberal rally on Monday
night.
The Baptist Women's Mission Circle will meet at the home of Mrs, A. D.
Bridges, Lumsden Avenue, on Tuesday
December 12th at 3 p.m.
Too many Christmas presents to
make? Buy some ready made. The
Salvation Army Home League Sale,
Saturday, in the Presbyterian Schoolroom, and have a cup of tea. 41
Their food is clean and quarters
sanitary. Ask your grocer for Brown's
non-fertile new laid eggs. They will
please Daddy and make the kiddle;
laugh and grow fat. 4ltf
In competition with otlier stores in
the eity tbe Cranbrook Drug and Book
Co. landed three Christmas Tree orders, which shows that their prices
this year nre the lowest possible.   41
Mr. Edward Lehman, wife nud two
boys arrived on Thursday evening
from Salem, Oregon. Mrs. Lehman Is
a daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Tap.-v.ott,
and they will be visiting tor a few
days.
Mrs. C. \V. Mimeyer of Edmonton
was in tho city Monday trying to arrange a date for a performance of a
band. It is stated this would nave
been a high class entertainment, but
■ondieting dates prevented its appearance.
J. 0. Smith, who last-week joined
the sliiff of the Herald, was made the
recipient of » presentation from the
Young Peoples Soc. of St. Andrew's
Church, West Summerland, before leaving Tor Cranbrook, in recognition of
his work as leader of the church choir
there.
Ihere Will be a meeting next Wed-
sday, December 13th nt S o'clock.
In tho V.M.C.A.. for the purpose of organising a basketball league for Cranbrook and district. Delegates from
Wycllffe, Klmberley nnd Lumberton
cordially invited. Everyone Interested   in   basketball   Is   invited   to  at-
ESLING OFFERS TO RESIGN
IF CHARGES HE MAKES
ARE NOT FULLY PROVEN
Desires That Investigation
P.G.E. Accounts Shall Ite
As Full As Possible
(Special to Tbe Herald)
Victoria, B.C., Dec. 12.—W. K. Es-
liug's annual attempt to delve deep
into tho arrangements between thc
Government and the Northern Construction Company in respect to tiie
Pacific Great Eastern Railway, took a
new turn in the Legislature on Friday
last whon the Rossland member,
balked in his attempts to secure the
otlicials and books of the construction
concern before lhe Public Accounts
Committee, rose to a point of privilege aud made a sporting offer that,
he would resign his seat if his charges
proved unfounded, but thut the Premier should resign if Mr, Bsllug's
claims are substantiated on fact.
Previously that morning. Mr. Esling
had requested the Public Accounts
Committee, before whom lie is due to
be questioned on account of his allegations that the Treasury has been
looted of thousands of dollars, to have
speakers' warrants issued for the accountant and the books of the Construction Company.
Scenting possible danger, the Liberal members of the Committee voted
down a proposal to have tliese warrants issued Immediately. Dr. K. C.
MacDonald, North Okanagan, taking
the view that the committee members
should have thc week-end to think it
over. With thc Session rapidly drawing to a close and with three sittings
a day being scheduled to start tills
week, there appears Utile possibility
of Mr. Eating's request being accepted
or his sporting offer being taken up
by Premier Oliver.
heating apparatus
ictivities there have been somewhat
limited of late. For this reason th
istomory dunce usually held al the
Club, and which would have taken
place ordinarily on Friday evening,
will take place at the Parish Hall instead of at the Club. Dancing from
S till 11. musk- by the Club Orchestra.
Although the Club operations at present are held up owing to trouble with
the boiler, It Is hoped before long that
tills will be remedied, aud in the meantime skating at the rink is in full
swing.
Il is hoped to form a city hockey
league in connection with the Recreation Club to play at the C.R.C, Rlnk,
so that tliere would be otlier games as
well as ihe Selkirk League gumes.
WA ill PmMj ^i ■ ■ vw?>< m
£__=___--_~_c^ vr y?a--HssJ! m '  / ■ ■' » .*. ^ ■'-■• . -/
-'-■;,••     .._-____i___i * ;-^^Hi .   jJtekJ     4-_-__-__i;
T     i-l<..   '.■L„.i)-£':-'
A hockey match, Married vs. Single
was to have taken place on Wednes
day afternoon at the Club rlnk, bul thc .'
benedicts failed to put In an appear-1
ance, though the single men were ull j
ready for the encounter.   The gumej j
should  huve  been  a  good one. some'I
married men taking a hockey stick lu
hand again after a lapse of about twenty years or  so.    At   that  time they
were fast ones on the ice, and they
may not have lost all their old time
speed.   It is hoped the game mny yet
lie put on.
Cheer! Boys! Cheer!
Christmas is Bounding Along.
MERCHANDISE FROM ALL ENDS OP THE EARTH   HAS   BEEN   POURING  INTO
BIG   DRUG  STORE
We have followed our usual policy,
and choseu Goods to suit tht
PRICKS ARE AWAY DOWN THIS YEAR-    which none Of lis
We have a good, happy staff, who will be glad to t
will object to.
Walter Kay returned on Sunday
from Pentlcton where he attended lho
sessions of the annual convention of
he provincial command of the O.AV.
V. A, as the delegate from the Craubrook branch. He reports a spirited
and useful convention whicli will result In strengthening the cause of the
organization iiv the province. Space
dues not permit this week of referring
to the mutters brought up before the
convent ton for consideration, but
these will be referred to more fully in
next week's Herald. Mr. Kay speaks
in the highest terms of the hospitality,,
of lho people of Pentlcton towards the1
delegates. I
 mm. .            I
	
Following Ib a statement of ore received at tlie Trail Smelter for tbe |
pprtoil during November _2nd to 30tli I
SHIP-IENTS OF ORE TO
THE TRAIL SMELTER
Inclusive:
Name of Mine and Locality Tons
Knob Hill, Republic, Wn      64
Quilp, Republic, Wm    100
Standard, Silverton, B.C    185
Silversmith, Sandon, B.C      80
Wn. Black Rock, Northport, Wn.    84
Company Mines  8,517
Total.
. 9,029
We Enjoy an UNVIABLE KEPUTATIOJi  In our
DISPENSING   DEPARTMENT
and during the rush season you may dependoil orn- lies', attention.     None but experienced Druggists handle ymir prescription.
GOOD   ADVICE-COME   EARLY
We have a crush of HOOKS Niiltaltle fnr Sunday Schools, Etc, whom we are preparoil
lo treat riu-lil.
Beattie-Noble, Ltd.
Where It Pays to Deal
J
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MINSTREL
tend
41
'. W. Willis, of thc Criml rook
Clennori and Dyers, Iiiih purchased the
business outright from tl. B. Powell,
and also takes over the building on
Cranbrook Street whero the business
bus beet) conducted. Mr. Powell Intends moving his Singer Sewing Machine business to a new location, and for
that purpose will get a portion of the
McDonald Livery Stable building,
which he owns, at the rear of The
Herald Building, put into proper condition.
C. E. (lough and P. M. Bezanson, of
Qrand Orairle, Alta.. arrived in the city on Sunduy, with the Intention of
making this place their permanent
homo. They are district agents for
the New York Life Insurance Company, and believe this district offers a
big field for their work. They intend
when thoroughly established to
bring their families to reside In Craubrook, and In the meantime have lost
no time In getting to work, reporting
already this week some good business.
It Is expected that next week perhaps
they may have their plans well enough
advanced to be able to make an announcement of unusual Interest to
the public, and tbt young peoplo In
futknUr.
• UK A Kit OS THK •
• STREET •
• ***•••#*•«
More men would go lo church if
ihere was a law against It.
It is dlflicult to differentiate between
a Itohunk "lit up" on moonshine whisky and n "nut" clothed In a little
brief authority. If any distinction mny
be drawn it musi be on the manner ln
which their respective "Jags" are acquired. The former ls illuminated be-
;ause of his dalliance with tho cup
Ihul cheers; the hitter is Intoxicated
with bis own Importance, lu any enso
Ihey aro equally drunk—and, their
alue os social fuctors has diminished
lo the vanishing point. A public ofiicial, whose brain pan could be conveniently covered by a walnut sholl, Is
ih much a pest as tbo bootln' loot hi'
ilisclpleof Bacchus who Ih going large.
Now It Is the social uplift bee that
is buzzing In John Oliver's thatch.
John lias lifted up hfs eyes, and behold,
lu tho land he has seen much evil.
His people have given themselves over
to the worship of fulse gods. Emulating tbo leader of the ancient Israelites, John Is about to set up u brazen serpent in the wilderness, upon
which the people may look and be cured of the social sores that vex their
tax-burdened souls. The Premier ls
nothing if not old-fashioned. Evidently he is a firm believer iu the efficacy
of a hair of a dog as a cure tor the
animal's bite. The people have sickened on taxes, he opines, tbereforo
they must needs be made to pay more
taxes to make them well again. Thu
remedy is being compounded even now.
His protege, Mrs. Mary Ellen Smith,
Is to be elevated to cabinet rank. Willy nllly, the portfolio of social some-
thin g-or-ot her is to be forced down the
throat of the electorate.
Quoting the old saw "It Is a long
lane that has no turning," It would
seem thon that crooked roads soon
peter out. What about a government.
ttat ttutlft to drclM?
SHOW
Given by Kimberley Hockey Teams
on
FRIDAY December 15
AT   8.15   P.M.
AUDITORIUM
Under Auspices of Cranbrook Recreation Club
ADMISSION 75c. - Reserved Seats One Dollar
Tickets on Sale at Cranbrook Drug & Book Co.
Hip   ■-*■' •*A%>,»**\< »-*'
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THK   CltANBROOK   HERALD
Friday. December R, 1922
*****
3 DAYS ONLY, Thurs., Fri. A Sat, December 11,15, & 16
A SUIT SALE THAT WILL SUIT YOU
In Quality, In Price, and In Service
MEN'S SUITS at Huge
Discounts
EVERY SI II INCLUDED, EVEN
Society Brand
ABOUT .'MHI TO CHOOSE  1'HO.H
ANY $24.60 SUIT at .... 1111.85
ANY $25.00 SUIT at 1H.75
ANY $20.00 SUIT al 20.5..
ANY $27.50 SUIT at 2I.J5
ANY $32.50 SUIT at 25.70
) ANY $35.00 SUIT at 27.115
ANY $37.50 SUIT al 29.(15
ANY $40.00 SUIT at 81.00
ANY $42.00 SUIT at 88.15
ANY $45.00 SUIT at 35.55
ANY $48.00 SUIT at 37.1)0
ANY $50.00 SUIT at .... 39.50
We've Got Too Many Overcoats
SO MEN, HERE IS YOUR DIG CHANCE FOR A REAL
OVERCOAT  INCLUDING
Society  Brand
Any $20.00
Any $25.00
Any $27.50
Any $30.00
Any $35.00
Any $37.50
Any $10.00
Any $42.50
Any $45.00
Any $47.00
Any $48.00
Any $52.00
Any $52.50
Any $57.50
Any $70.00
Any $75,00
Prices of MACKINAW COATS
Smashed
$11.5o Mackinaw Coats for ... .9.10
$13.50 Mackinaw ('outs for ...10.(15
$14.50 .Mackinaw Coats for .. .11.15
Boy's Mackinaw
Coats
$7.75 Hoy's Coat for  $11.10
$8.00 Hoy's Coat for  0.30
$0.75 Boy's Coat for  7.7(1
CARSS' MACKINAW COATS. THE
KIND THEY ALL TRY TO
IMITATE, ARE INCLUDED
Men's Mackinaw Shirts are Included
$5.50 MACKINAW SHIRTS for    #4.35
$0.75 MACKINAW SHIRTS for ,..   5.35
$7.25 MACKINAW SHIRTS for    5.65
$8.00 MACKINAW SHIRTS for         6.85
$9.50 MACKINAW SHIRTS   for ,    7.511
$11.00 MACKINAW SHIRTS for     8.70
Here's a Chance to Buy the Boy His
CHRISTMAS   SUIT
at Greatly Reduced Prices
Hoys' 13.00 Suits.. 10.80
Boys' 13.50 Suits.. 11.20
Boys' 14.00 Suits.. 11.60
Boys' 15.00 Suits.. 12.45
Boys' 16.00 Suits.. 18.25
Boys' 10.50 Suits.. 18.70
Boys 17.00 Suits.. 14.10
Boys' 17.50 Suits.. 14.55
Boys' 18.00 Suits.. 14.95
Boys' 18.50 Suits.. 15.85
Hoys'
$7.50 Suits
$0.20
Hoys 9.00 Suits foi
7.45
Boys'
0.25 Suits for 7.1-5
Boys'
9.75 Suits foi
8.111
Boys'
10.00 Suits .
.8.30
Hoys'
10.50 Suits .
.8.70
Hoys'
10.75 Suits .
.8.90
Boys'
11.50 Suits.
9.55
Hoys'
12.00 Suits .
.9.95
Hoys'
12.50 Suits..
10.35
Boys'
12.75 Suits..
10.110
LADIES'  COATS
LADIES, YOU HILL MISS AN    OPPORTUNITY     FOll
VERY WHEAT HAVING IF YOU FAIL TO SEE THESE
IIAIKJAINS
1 only
2 only
2 only
1 only
1 only
2 only
1 only
2 ouly
1 only
1 only
1 only
1 only
1 only
2 only
LADY'S
LADY'S
LADY'S
LADY'S
LADY'S
LADY'S
LADY'S
LADY'S
LADY'S
LADY'S
LADY'S
LADY'S
LADY'S
LADY'S
COAT at $80.85
COATS at 23.10
COATS at 21.95
COAT at. 38.15
COAT al. 50.05
COATS at 14.35
COAT at.. 41.55
COATS at
COAT at..
COAT at..
COAT at..
COAT at
40.20
.211.95
.48.15
. 36.20
.30.80
COAT at....-MS
COATS at.8.50
Great Bargains
IN
Tricotine Dresses
1 DRESS to be sold at .. $28.90
1 DRESS to be sold at ... 18.55
1 DRESS to be sold at ... 16.85
1 DRESS to be sold at ... 1_".35
THE  FURNITURE  DEPARTMENT
Will add some items of Interest to the Sale.   The prices of all old slock have been •
REDUCED   FROM   20   PER   CENT.   TO   40  PER   CENT.
and in addition to this we will allow, for thc three days only, a cash discount of 15 per cent, off DRESSERS, STANDS,
BEDS, DRESSING TABLES, CHEFFONIERS, DINING TABLES, CHAIRS AND BUFFETS, PARLOR   AND   LIBRARY
TABLES,  BOOK CASES, ROCKERS, CHAIRS AND LOUNGES, WOVEN MATS AND RUGS
A CAR OF NEW GOODS IS INCLUDED TO CHOOSE FROM
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l DRESS to be sold at .. .17.45
1 DRESS to be sold at ... 16.75
1 DRESS to be sold at ...11.65
SILK DRESSES
ut prices north) of your immediate inspection.
1 SILK DRESS at  $28.65
1 SILK DRESS at     25.55
1 SILK DRESS at      18.35
1 SILK DRESS at     21.95
1 SILK DRESS at 31.55
I SILK DRESS at     27.85
1 SILK DRESS at     23.65
1 SILK DRESS at    35.05
1 SILK DRESS at      19.70
These Won't
Last Long
LADIES' BLACK SILK  HOSE
Regular $2.00 quality
Special buy we made, will pass
on to our customers at
TWO PAIRS for  $2.25 •
Confectionery
& Chocolates
The Best in Candy, box and
linlli. Willni'd's, Patterson's,
Neilson's.  Qanong'S,   Lowney's.
Chanticleer, Molr's,
Of course we always have the
Famous
Home Made
Candy
of ours, Fresh Every Friday
?       ?
Fashion Show of Dolls
Now On Displuy at HASLAM'S DRUG STORE
THE XMAS SHOPPING CENTRE FOR
PRE-WAR PRICES
See tlie Ladles iu Tlieir Organdie Dresses; the Hoys in
Their Nifty Rompers; and tho Babies In Their Real
Haliy Dresses.
All Our Dolls have been dressed by hand in washable
materials, and by local parties.
China and
Cut Glass
always make an acceptable gift.
Our selection Ihis yenr will
please that  particular person.
Come Into Our Store and look
over our (.'lean, up-to-the-minute Selection nf
Christmas Gifts
We Extend Tills Invitation
TO  ALL.
GAMES
Kor Young and Old, 10c up to -.*.
BOOKS
Every person loves a Book.
Folks who vend books never get
lonesome. Why be lonesome?
Commence your Lfbrury Building TO-DAY.
Prices from lOe up to $3.50
TOYS
Everything (or the Active Boy
and Girl. Buy a Gilbert Toy I'or
yonr child nnd be satislletl that
you havo given lilm thc BEST.
Prices from Be to $5
STATIONERY
Eaton. Crane & Pike; Ellis Ripple: French Organdie. We carry
only tho Exclusive In Stationery.
Prices Reasonnble, 2fic to ?tl box
YOURS EOR SERVICE
Haslam, We Druggist
Last, but not Least
The  llest   Musical  Instrument
In  the  World
The
•©runstotck
is sold by us on very easy payments. Drop ln to-day and
hear for yourself the wonderful
true tones of this Instrument.
Prices $80 to $675
Wo Are Prompt.
Plione t<
We Are Careful.    Ask The Man Who Owns One.
. Local Dcw$.
Insure with Beale & Khvell. -     41tf
Work was suspended thin week on
Ithe new school addition. Inclement
weather preventing further progress,
j and the workmen were paid oft at the
j beginning of the week. Olven unn-
tlier two or three weeks or mild wea-
i ther the walls could huve been up and
tho roof on, allowing of tho Inside
work being continued, ho that the
place could have been ready for the
opening of the new lent In February.
lTuforet-.een delays have hold tbe work
up, and now the completion of the addition must Eland over till tbe spring.
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Brown's hens go on the job ut ;i u.m.
und It's your fault If you full to get
the product of their cackle fnr break-
font the next morning. 41tf
Don't forget. Klmberley Hockey
Team Minstrel Show ut the Auditorium on December lfith, 41
Don'l put ft off ii day longer. The
rush for Christmas goods ut thc Cranbrook Drug und nook Co, means that
there will he Utile lo choose from the
hitler few duys. -ll
Just to band—a shipment or Homespun und Flannel Dresses In all sizes
und colors. Prices from *8.r.t> to
|18.fi0. Come In und look at these gar
ments while tbe Salo is on.
W. D. mt.h,      *
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Cranbrook Taxidermist
Mrs. A. Kuril nice or the Pioneer Bakery, has been fortunate in seen ring the
services of Mr. W. A. Frohborgor, or
Calgury,   Alberta.     Mr.   Frohborgor
I cornea highly rt minondod as an ox-
| perl bread maker, nnd patrons of this
bakery are now assured that the termor satisfactory Borvlcc ami quality
cun again be relied on 11
The Annual Meeting
of tlu
Cranbrook Farmers' Institute
will be held at  the
CITV HAM,. ON SATURDAY, DECEMBER III. AT 2 P.M.
This Is an Important Meeting and everyone interested in
the Agricultural Progress of the District is urged to be
present.
Any
Woman
who has a siring or Imported
Orient;il Pearls, mny rightly
Claim   to   have   the   peer   ot
neck ornaments,
There Is nothing in a necklace (hat adds a lone of refinement and distinction to a
well dressed lady like a
string of well matched pearls
with their beautiful sheen
and lustre.
WE SELL THE
BETTER KIM) OF PKAIti.S
and lhe prices range from
$12 to $-50. Better see them
before they are ull picked
over.
W.H.Wilson
Jeweler

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