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Array fHE NATIONAL AIITLBTISEB
KNOWS THK BEST MKUIDM—
HE I-ATHDMZE8 THE HEBALD
PROBINCIAL LIBRARY
•RANBROOK HERALD
t m-FR Milt THE HOME -
TIIE INTEIIKSTS OF ('RAN.
IIIHMIK    KIHKMOS'l    ALWAYS
VOLUME 24
ORANBROOK, B.C., THURS PAY, NOVEMBER 2.1. I»22
X I' M 11 K It    .'1 »
Trap Restrictions
Are Now Relaxed
j. F. (Jiilniont. flame Board Be-
prosentatlve, Sets Ortt the
Changes Made
1922.
Crnnbrook, B.C.,
N'oveinlier 22nd,
Tho Cranbroolt Herald:
Aa Inllnmted In »wm reportB lael
evening, ihere have been B..n.e Ini-
,„„.„„„ chnngOB made In th. regulation! govornhiS tur bearing unlmalB
In Hii» dlBtrlot.
It nun boen found that a large nura-
b..r (if tranpere' IIooiisob were t»»uod
previous to the publication ot the
"darno Regulation!," tor tliU eeuBon.
und tor thai reason Il wm**11 ****
caused ni" much hardship to enforce
the closed Benson on trapping certain
tur bearing animals al this time. Many
trapperB had already goue Iuto the
wildornesB tur the winter seaBou, aud
others hud packed In their supplies
during tlie summer months, which
would lmve meant a severe loss, had
all these preparations been abandoned.
We have found thut, owing to theso
conditions, It would not be proper or
possible to enforce sucli strict regulations and therefore have recommended
thut the trapping of tur bearing animals during the coming winter be allowed under the same regulations as
prevailed last season; namely:
EASTER* DISTRICT, south of the
main line of the Canadian Pacific Rail-
wny, for the trapping of Otter, Mink,
and Musk-rats, open seaaon from January lst, 1923 to March 31st, 1923,
both dates Inclusive.
All ether fur bearing animals, EXCEPT BEAVER, In the Eastern District, open season from now until
March 31st, 1923.
Tlie conditions covering licenses, etc.
remain the same, except whot changes
may be made, if any, during tbe present session of the Legislature. Some
Important amendments to the Game
Act wore recommended to the Oovernment, nud no doubt some action wtll
be taken during the present sitting of
tho House.
A lan-ejind representative body attended the public meetings of the
Board, und sportsmen, fur trappers,
and fur dealers were given ah opportunity to express their views. Mony
of tho changes advocated by theae delegates are included In our recommendations to tlie Government as it Ib the
desire of the Board to meet their wiah-
es. keeping In mind the principals of
propagation and conservation.
Yours truly,
J. F. QMMONT,
P.S.—-Tlie intention is, of course, to
close all i rapping, south of the main
line of tin- CP.lt. after this season, for
a period nf at least two years.—J.F.O.
LIQUOR STORE HERE
SHOWS REVENUE OF
ALMOST ->«MI-(HI(l.0O '
Figures Brought Down House;
Show (Irons Business of Stores Slnee Inception
H. tt. V. A.  NOTES
ISESSIBN IY
RECREATION  (1.111
NOTES
• I HOCKEY ORGANIZATION
* MEETING IS (Al LED
SINIIVV   XEX'I
The  Vets, ure holding another of!
their popular dances on Wednesday,
the 29th.   Come and have a good time.'
On Thursday laat. November 16th. The best of cats are assured aud Rob-'
lu reply to questions relative to lhe|*"s°» »"-- Perpetrate bla usual musi*
.
affulrB nf the LlUUOr Control Board
by Mr. William Hunter of Slocan, Conservative member, tho Hon. the Attor-
ucy-Uenernl guvo certain Information
re. the salnrles and employment of
vendors, us well us the revenue ot tho
Board, whieh is of somewhat local In-
lorost.
From thc answer reported the following fs gleuned:
Tho numlier of liquor stores throughout the provinco wns sixty-three, the
salaries of the vendors with one exception being |175 per month. Thirty-
three stores linve no assistants, fifteen
have assistants who receive $135 per
month, and in fifteen the assistant
salary Ib 1160 per month.
The revenue from a few of the stores Is as follows, from the time of in-,
ception to September SOth of this yeur:
Cranbrook  1191,606,94
Fernle  216,986.60
Golden       84,052.80
Grand Forks    41,974.40
Invermere       4,288.35
Kamloops  287,646.51
Kelowna     161,681.25
Nelson   314,982.65
Pentlcton   171,594.76
Rossland     60,606.25
Yahk    16,729.15
The revenue derived from permits
tor the period from June 15, 1921, to
September 30,1922, was $488,604.50.
While tbe Attorney-General did not
deem It advisable to publish the names
and positions of returned men In the
employ of the Board, he did state that
there were 126 returned men In employ on September 30, 1922.
FISHING THROUGH
THE ICE ILLEGAL,
SAYS INSPECTOR
■nl horrors.
Notice tn  Disabled Veterans
All disabled veterans who have been,
resident In Cranbrook or immediate
vicinity [or tlte past yeur or more,
antl wlio are out ot employment, are
asked to hand their names to the -secretary ur steward.
Don't forget the annual general
meeting and election of officers oti
Tuesday. December 26th, which will
be followed by a smoker,
(let your dues up to date. Yuu can
pay them at the Club rooms to the
siowartl at any time or by mall to tbe
secretary.
We are sending a delegate to the
Provincial Convention of the O.W.V.A.
at Pentlcton. Watch Tor tlie announcement of  his  report  and attend the
meeting.
Thore- will be lantern Blldes oi the
Club on Saturday evening al -S o'clock,
the slides being loaned by the University of Alberta, und especially recommended for school children.
     - i   Club   members   tree,   non-members
NEW IH1MJET "SOW I'ROMIS- 36 cents.
TO
KS FHKSII TAXATION
OIRL KILLED IX TRIPLE
TRAGEDY FORMERLY
RESIDENT   HERE
Mr. J. M. tjuccii, manager of the B.c.
Branch of tlie Cauada Life Assurance
Company, spent Monday last and pnrt
Of Tuesday in Crnnbrook on business,
connected with Ihe -affaire of hie company. He was accompanied by J. P.
(Pearl) Fleming, a well known insurance man, also connected with the
Canada Life,
Membera or the "RvorygitT' Company here on Monday evening were 6tt«
(hiir.lastic In their praise of the Audi-
torlum, ami the new arrangements In
connection with IL Title was the first
rottd hIiow to come to the place since
tho alterations were completed, and as
Home ol the company here Monday
woro also with the "Just Suppose"
Company ul the lir.-t of tbe yenr, tlte
different conditions now obtaining
mm Id nat urally be a. cauie far com*
mont. The dressing rooms, very often
a neglected feature of the theatres,
aro now very comfortable, and their
(loan appearance anil cozlness was remarked on by members of the company.   "The best in the country" is
C. H. Robinson, fisheries inspector,
of Gerrard, has been fn the city this
week for a few days, leaving again on
Wednesday. He has been taking up
matters In connection with the fishing
waters in this section which will in
due course come before the notice of
the public through the local Rod and
Gun Club. The ever-Increasing prevalence of anto travel in the district ae
elsewhere, the inspector states, is having the effect of throwing a heavier
volume of fishing oa the angling waters, and undoubtedly In the future, it
may not be for some years, some conservation methods will have to be adopted as in the case of the big panic
The Inspector, In the course of conversation with the Herald, drew attention to the fact that the fishing season Is now closed, and that fishing
through the Ice ts strictly against the
law. and will get the perpetrator into
trouble if caught.
During the past season some fifty
thousand fry were put Into Mpylc
Lake, and lt is expected that slowly
this body of water will again become
n good fishing ground, as lt was be*
fort the oldtime industries of Moyie
drove the fish away and spoiled (heir
food supply with pollution.
Word reached Creston on Saturday
morning last that Alice Bolton, daughter of Mrs. Alice Bolton, of that
place, had been murdered at Hoqulam,
Wash. The Identity of the girl was
established by the fact that she had In
her possession money orders made out
to be sent to her mother. The murderer was a Finn by the name of Anderson, whose motive is thought to
have been jealosy. The Finn first
shot another woman in her own cabin, and then turned on Daisy Bolton,
who had attempted to make her escape
and then shot himself, a second man
who was also ln the cabin, where he
had been lying sick, crowled out in
the melee and escaped.
The Bolton family at one time resided in Blairmore, from which point
they moved to Creston. Daisy Bolton was about nineteen years of age,
and rather attractive looking, but of
a roving disposition. She came to
Cranbrook from Creston and worked
in service here with a number of families. From here she went to Nelson,
and later on to Vancouver, after
which she went south to Washington.
She was one ot a family of eight
children, and about two yeara ago the
father of the family met a tragic death
In tbe wilds of northern B.C., when
he died during a trapping trip.
A handy reference book that will assist In the conduct of the usual social
amenities among the ladles of the
city has been Issued by The Herald
Office for thc Ladles" Aid of Knox
Church in the form of an "At Home"
Book, In which calling days are listed
under the different days of the week
and month, and including also the days
of tho meetings of the different women's organizations in tho city.
The post offlce authorities desire It
known that the time Is jUBt about
here when Christmas mail matter
for the llrltlsh Isles' and Europe
should be attended to. Money orders for payment abroad should also
be attended to without any delay,
If possible within the next ten days,
as unless the advices reach the exchange offices in time, payment of
the orders cannot be nude by Christmas.
Mrs. Harry Luscombe, who has been
In Ill-health for aome little time past,
was removed to the hospital on Saturday last, and underwent nn operation there.
P. A. McBeth, superintendent of tbe
C.P.R. Timber Deportment, was In
Cranbrook on Saturday lost.
Friends of Mr. J. W. Roper, who bas
conducted evangelistic services here
under Baptist auspices frequently,
will sympathize with him iu the Ices
of his wife, who died ln Vancouver
now the designation show peoplo are the latter part of October, lenvlng be-
Applying to the Auditorium. hind a family of threo children.
(RANBROOK MUSICAL
SOCIETY NOTES
Surrender of the German High Seas
Fleet November 21st 1918
By Lieut. 11. F. Heimsing, R.N.V.B.
To-day is the anniversary of possibly tho greatest event In the h'story
or the world anil most certainly the
greatest in tbo history of the British
Empire; I refer to the surrender of
the German High Seas Fleet to Admiral Sir David Beatty, in the North
Sea.
For forty or moro years the Hun had
been building a navy and drinking the
"am tag" toast, trying to make themselves believe thnt the duy was coming when they would challenge and
destroy (ho sea power of Great Britain.
During the four long weary years of
war tho Herman Fleet only once came
out or Its cosy nest In Kiel Canal as a
whole unit to face the British Fleet,
uud that wan at Jutland In May, lllg.
After that date they never agate show
ed their faces until November 21st,
1918, when they came out with the
breech locks off their guns, to surrender, without striking a blow, to the
very Fleet they had hoped only as recently as two years previous, to whip
and destroy at Jutland.
On this memorable day, the great
grey giants of Germany steamed In
between miles of British ships to their
anchorage In Scapa, upon their arrival there to read Admiral Beatty's famous signal, "At sunset to-day the Ger*
man ensign will be hauled down and
never again bo hoisted without permission."
Such an Inglorious end for so proud
and haughty a nation and one who had
declared that In twelve months time
they would bring the British Empire
to her knees by means of their submarine blockade. How fittingly It
may he eald Of them "How are the
mighty fallMT"
The Crnnbrook Orchestra and Chorus uuder tho auspices of the Cranbrook Musical Society, will make the
tlrst appearance of the season on the
evening of December 6th at the Auditorium Theatre.
**m
The Society through Its box office
and committees, has placed 600 tickets with which It usually begins the
season.
At the concert Mr. Bower, the direct-
or. will give the public a judicious mixture of classic, serious and melodious
numbers, alwoys good and by well
knpwn composers, with the Intention
of keeping the audience Interested and
expectant.
The Musical Society is now considered a city asset and Us programs can
compete with any of those gtven by
any musical organization ot the same
size in other sltles.
The Musical-Society Is now preparing for a sacred concert which will be
held at the Star Theatre on December
24th, at 8.45 p.m. This concert will be
undertaken by the combined efforts of
the Orchestra, Choral and Band, Including community singing.
Tho committee hopes that the members will make every endeavour to be
present at the remaining rehoanala
before tk* atom
Speaker Rules Amendment  Hy
Mr. Bowser Out of Order
Special to the Horald)
Victoria, B.C.. Nov, 21, Old charges
pertaining to the 191.J campaign funds
of the Conservative aud Libera! parties lu reference to the Pacific Great
Eastern Hallway have been revived by
the introduction of a motion by Mr.
Sam Guthrie, Socialist member for
Newcastle, calling for an Investigation
into the charges preferred by "Mining
and Engineering Rjlcord," Vancouver,
which involves the Minister or Mines,
Hou. William Sloan. Mr. Guthrie's
motion calls for the appointment of a
select committee consisting of Messrs,
Whiteside, Perry, Jackson, Esling,
Haines, and Guthrie.
This motion is somewhat similar to
one which has been brought up on several occasions by Capt. George S.
Haines, Independent member for
North Vancouver, whose clashes with
Premier Oliver on fthe question provided much material for the press ut
the time, and whlc^ later resulted In
Mr. Hafnes being returned at the last
election when opposed by a Liberal
and Conservative.
Motion for
P. G. K, lnvestltnilh.il.
The Guthrie motion reads as follows :
"Whereas Tue Mining and Engineering Record, a reputable mining journal published in Vancouver, B.C., contains In the October, 19^1!, issue thereof the following statement: 'The people of British Columbia definitely committed themselves to the Pacific Greal
Eastern Railway on an appeal to the
electorate. Construction wns well advanced when a change of government
brought it actively Into tbe arena of
party politics. There had been a pol
Hlcal ■corruption-Mil!' of $600,000 in
connection with its promotion. The
Liberal party, under the leadership of
the late Hon. H. C. Brewster, pledged
Itself to an investigation of the ex
penditure of that fund without fear or
favor, believing that prominent members of the Conservative party previously in power, were responsible for
it. Mr. Brewster started out to keep
faith with the electorate by redeeming
that pledge. He bud specially strong
support In the investigation from Capt
G. S. Haines, member for North Van
couver.
The death of Mr. Brewster ended his
personal activity 111 the matter. His
mantle as premier fell upon Hon. John
Oliver. That gentleman started to
clean things up; bul when W. J. Bowser, tho former Attorney-General,
threatened to give the names of those
who got the money, ihe Hon. John called his dogs off. The reason was evident. Hon. W. Sloan, his Minister of
Mines, another prominent liberal politician, then a member or his Cabinet,
and three men In the Liberal party at
Vancouver, had been connected with
the spoils.'
"And whereas the honor of an Honorable Minister of the Crown, the Hon.
Wm. Sloan, is questioned,
"Therefore be it resolved that a special committee of this House, consisting of Messrs. Whiteside, Perry, Jack
son, Anderson, Esling. Haines und Guthrie, be appointed to investigate the
allegation above referred to witli pow
er to take evidence uuder oath, to call
(Continued on Page 4)
There Will be a Club Dance ou I-'ri-
Iny from 8.30 to 11. Admission to
members 25 cents, nou-membors r*o
nts.   Tbe C.K.C. Jazz Orchestra will IJ
perform,
Announcement will be made as soon
as the rink is ready for skating. The
Ice is being put in line condition.
The swimming pool has received a
fresh coat of paint and is now open lo
all members.
The dining room at Hotel < raliprook
has beeu opened up as a cafe. Meals
ivill be served from 7*a.m. to 10 p.m.
Mr. Fred Owen arrived iu the city
last week antl intends to spend Christinas here with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. F. Owen.
Mrs. Thos. Merriman, of Cotoman,
rrived in the city last week-end, and
has been visiting here (lining tiie illness of her daughter, Mrs. J. It, Haslam.
Mr. George Scliupe of Pernie, Government Forest Ranger, was a visitor
to Craubrook on Monday ou liuslness
in connection with tho Forest Department.
Mrs. Vine. Llddieoatt. who lias been
With Vine, at Nakusp the past few
montlis, was here for a few days, the
guest of Mrs. llowbnry. hut is leaving
immediately for a visit tit Cranbrook.
—Creston Review.
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Guimont returned on Tuesday from the Coast, after
an absence of about ten days, during
which Mr. Gulmont was busy attending sessions of the Game Board, tbe
results of these deliberations being
given prominence on another page.
He also visited Victoria to take up us
a delegate from the local board of
trade a number of matters advanced
by the Tourist Association of South:
ern B'.V. and Southern Alberta. Mr.
Gulmont was also In the House at tlte
time Mr. Wallinger, member for this
rfding, made his maiden speech, which
was on the Oriental question.
The Anglican Young People's Society debated u very knotty question on
Wednesday evening nt their usual
weekly meeting, the point at Issue being "Resolved, That Iron is more beneficial to mankind than wood." The
affirmative speakers were A. E. Leigh,
leader, and Messrs. Barry McDonald
and W. Derbyshire, while the negative
cause was espoused by F. G. Morris as
leader, assisted by C. Shaw. Corp.
Wilson, who was to have been the
third opposition speaker, was not present, nnd Mr Morris was therefore allowed to speak twice. A few speakers from tbe audience were also contributors to the discussion. Tliere
were no Judges for the occasion, but
the general trend of opinion was that
the ayes had It. The big social feature
of the Society's program for next
month Is an invitational dance, to be
held ln the Parish Hall, on Wednesday evening. December 20th.
lour lentil l.euiriie Muy Be the
Outcome of Movement
Now  on  Foot
A movement has been put on fool
for Btartlng hockey this winter, and
it is proposed thai a league be formed in the district, to be composed of
terms from cranbrook. Kimberley, Wycllffe and Lumberton.
Au tnlti
-.; meeting has been culled
or noxl .
unday afternoon, November
26th, to h
■ held at the Wycliffe Club.
ii 2.30 p.i
I.
It le In
ped that  many enthusiasms
will atlei
1   :irt<l   bring  whatever BUg-
gestlon    i
tey muy have, so that the
sport maj
in- got iiii toot for tbe win-
ter.    II Is
likely tbat the hockey we*
her  ll   H
\ Inter will be short, which
is all thi
more reason why arrange-
ments f >r
.i   league should he put  nn
fool  iis  Et
on as possible.
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OBITI ARY              •
To Fill Rinks
by Drawing
-Coiiimhtee Nui.-c.-   hy   Curlers
to Fill (lie Rinks. Set Dale
For Kitr ftonspiel
LEWIS BKCKW1TH
The death occurred Oil Monday of
ibis week, of Lewis Beckwlth, of this
city. He bad beer, ill for a considerable time, and death took place at the
Ht. Eugene Hospital. Following an
accldenl some time ago while he was
working, he had gradually failed, paralysis creeping over him towards the
end. He made a fruitless visit to the
Hot Springs iu the Windermere in
search of renewed health, but without
avail.
Deceased saw service In the Can-
tttan forces during the war period, but
did not leave Canadn. serving as a
guard at an Internment camp. He
was also a member of tlie Salvation
Army Corps here, taking part ir. the
jupou air services of the Army when
his health permitted it.
Me leaves a wife, who ba-* been raiding near Tacoma, with the daughters of the family. One son. Nelson.
Is left here, and has been making hi.-
uiiiie with Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Rnnd.
if this city. The local G.W.V.A. and
the Oddfellows' lodge have been cooperating in arranging the affairs of
the deceased, and ft is likely tbat the
sou left bore will be sent to join Ms
mother and sisters.
The funeral took place on Thursday afternoon. Mr. Roe. of the Salvation Army, being In charge of the
services, in tbe absence of the officers
stationed here. The casket was covered with the t'niot! J.-ck. and four
veteran:;. Messrs. Longman, Cardinal.
Kemball and Brlggs, acted as the pall
bearers.
President Geo. Hoggarth was In the
chair at a meeting of the curling Club
mh on Wednesday evening, for the
pi rpose of iirrangtng for the r •'-..-. -.is
v * h as otlier important busing t.
Alan t.riham. appointed oa •-.•• tv-
tory pro tern, some time back, wae recording the minutes, but it had not
been found jKissible to get him to
continue the work. Fred Burgess was
nominated for the ollice on Wednesday
evening, and eluded.
There was the customary discussion
a> lo how the rinks should be formed, and the outcome ot it w&a that a
committee of five was appointed to
classify tbe players as skips, thirds,
seconds and leads, put the nanus into
four huts and draw from each. Any
two skips agreeing, trausters from
one rink to another of corresponding
players will be allowed prior to the
opening of the season.
The committee that has this onerous work in hand is composed of Messrs W. F. Cameron. IC. H. McPhee, R,
C Bakln, F, M. McPherson and c. J.
Little.
The president also appointed n committee to select the prises for tho
Grand Challenge competition in the
district bonsplel. which Cranbrook
usually supports. A tentative open-
ng date for the district spiel was sot
for Monday^ January 15.
MFMKFR OF "EVKRV-
WIRL" COMPANY IS
ROTARY CLUB UVVST
Teddy Reeves, of "Everygirl," was
the guest of the Rotary Club at their
luncheon on Tuesday last, and gave
several selections un the piano. Mr.
Reeves, though not a Rotarian. follows tht- Rotary principle, and makes
a point of serving the clubs with his
musical talent whenever it is possible for htm Incidentally it may be
said thai Mr. Reeves and tlie "Every
girl"' company have a warm spot in
their hearts for Cranbrook. and will
everevery sieae*. etaoln nianaintannt
b<? strong boosters for the city wherever they go.
M. A. Beale was the speaker at
Tuesdays meeting, and gave an interesting vocational talk on Insurance. •
F. M. MacPherson. director of the
minstrel show to be put on by the
Rotary Club in January, spoke on tbe
different features which  would make
] up what he claimed would be the best
! minstrel  show ever put on.
i Plans were also di-scusEtd for the
next meeting of the Rotary Club, to
be held next Tuesday. November 28,
at which each member is to bring a
guest, who is occupied in tlie same
line of business.
Notice to
Curlers
Any who desire to become members of the Curling Club, and who may
not have been canvassed
by the membership com-
ittee, are asked to hand In
their names to any of the
undersigned right away.
Players are being classified and the rinks formed
next week, and it is desirable that the membership
•Hat be completed by that
time.
\V. D. GILROY,
C. J. LITTLE,
R. PASCUZZO,
S. FYLES,
JNO. MARTIN,
J. J. DELANY,
F. VV. BURGESS,
Membership Committee
i,ehhklyom;.utti_k
A quiet wedding wns solemnized at
the Manse oji Saturday. November 4th,
the contracting parties being George
Lesselyong and Miss Marlon Little,
both of Wardner, B.C. The groom was
supported hy Percy G. Sutherland,
while lMss Maude Evelyn Brown acted
as bridesmaid. The ceremony was
performed by Rev. James A. Leslie.
—Golden Star.
AM,IS Hct'HAII.
When the time came for the Kooten- j
ay Centra! train to leave on Monday
morning. Angus McPball. express messenger, was not on hand.     Messages.
sent to his shack on Van Home Street I _______
failing to bring any response, the po-1      _       (   ____.   . ,, »-■-...-
lice were notified, and Constable John- DEDICATION Of  M'-W
ston, forcing an entrance to the place.!    CHURCH AT KIMBERLEY
found its occupant dead.     No inquest ON SUNDAY NEXT
was deemed  necessary, death having [ ■
clearly taken place from natural cau-, The formal opening of the new
bos about twenty-four hours previous-!Methodist Church at Kimberley will
That the end must have cornel take place on Sunday next, when it Is
with tt certain suddenness would up- expected that Hev. B. C. Freeman, of
pear from the fact that he had been j this clly will conduct the services
met and t-.lked with the Saturday ev- J there Rev. Evan Baker, pastor at
eulng previously. j Kimberley, has worked  Indefatigably
Deceased was a man about forty'in the interests of his church building,
years of age. of reserved disposition, {and ii is owing to his energy and force-
hut thoroughly respected by those who,fulness ihat the building has crystal-
did enjoy his friendship. He wai ajlized inlo an actuality* In connection
member of the Presbyterian Church, with the opening of tlie new building
and ti regular attendant there. Oneja dedicatory appeal is being made in
brother, Donald McPhall, still remains 'order to reduce or wipe out the am-
in the city, another brother, formerly ount of indebtedness tbat remains on
of this ciiy, is now resident at Trail, the building.
and two sisters, who also at one time  .— •■*♦■■*	
lived here, are now at Vancouver. On | Norman Moore, district forester of
their instructions the remains were I East Kootenay. was here on Monday
shipped on Wednesday to Vancouver for the hearing of the appeal case by
for interment there. Judge Thompson.   He states that con-
 m^tm*  Ulderable export lumber business with
Mrs, Colin Leitch of Cranbrook re-1 the U.S. Is being missed due to the
turned to her former home in Fernle | shortage of cars for this class of
on Thursday last. trade. -Creston Review.
DlftTRIBl'TION OF PRIZES
AT KOOTENAY ORCHARD   [
SUNDAY  SCHOOL I
Sunday. November 18th heing the
of rites, service w-is held its usual at
2 o'clock, but a very pleasing duty fell |
to the honor of the Rev. F. V. Harrison, that of disorlbutlng prizes con-,
slsting of books, suitably chosen by
the committee.
For 'regular attendance: Boys -1st
Frank Hem, 2nd Arthur Hern, ard
George Noyce. Girls—1st Evelyn Cart-j
side, 2nd Evelyn Hern, .Ird Agnes Par-j
sons, Rosle Noyce Alice Noyce.
A special gift of a chain and locket j
was presumed to Miss E. Noyce for;
her kind attention given to the Junior
Class.
A Forward Move
Tlie Anglican Young People', Hoc-
loty will meet for Hielr nsinil weekly
meetlnK on Wednesday, November 29,
ut 8 ii.m. 'Ilie membership campaign
clown at that time.     Bring your re-
Anangements are now being completed whereby
Mr. llobert Potter, U.Sc, will acquire an Interest in The
Crunbrook Herald, and will assist In the conduct of the
business.
The steady growth ot the business, under its regent ownership, has rendered it Imperative al this time
lo secure more help in the mechanical department, and
Ihis step will permit of such a course. It is the inten-
lion lbill Mr. Potter shall devote his time to thc office end
of the business, and as he moves around among tho business places, no more can be hoped for than that he will
encounter the same cordial -reception that has been accorded previously.
In its endeavor to be of service to the city and dislrict, the business of the Herald has Increased beyond
Ilie capacity of the present staff, and to meet this situation, Ihe present arrangements are being consummated. PAGE   TWO
THE  CRANBROOK  HERALD
Thursday, November 88, Mii
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1922
A LABOR GOVERNMENT
NEXT?
By one of fortune's strange
l urns, Ramsay Macdonald has
become the official leader of
the opposition in Uie llritish
House of Commons, Thus in
a sense, lie may be termed the
next potential premier, since
tlie custom is if the government suffers defeat in the
house, for the leader of the opposition to be called upon to
form the new ministry.
Ramsay Macdonald gained a
certain amount of prominence
in the old land during the days
of stress while the war was raging, liy his pronounced pacifist tendencies. Twice in the
past seven years lie was defeated as a candidate for parliament, on the strength of his
peace -at-any -price doctrine.
Now, with labor as the predominating element on the opposition side, lie is preferred
above the former labor leader,
J. R. Clynes, wlio was associated with the war-time coalition
government.
The British elections spell
a momentous warning to the
old parties iu Britain. The
rise of tlie labor element in
parliament shows the growth
of a peaceful revolution. It is
to be interpreted as meaning
that reforms of archaic systems which have been delayed
to the detriment of the common people, as distinct from
the class there that have been
in the enjoyment of inherited
privileges, must now be pro-
seeded wiili. The demands of
labor must be more than met
half way, for they will soon be
in a position to dictate instead
of being a minority. British
statesmen who have their ears
to the ground will probably
show their understanding of
Ihe situation during the life of
the present government.
As time poos on. lhe closing ot the
local BUb-lnnd olllce is more and more
npprectated by the settlors ot the dislrict, especially by those who are compelled to make a special and expensive trip to lievelstoke simply In order
lo make a personul appearance before
lhe land agent nt that office.
—Golden Star.
I'lIK DANCE OF THE
SEASON* AT THE
MISSION  SCHOOL
Dan Cupid hns been "at lt again,"
and caught In his snares two more
hearts.
Mr. and Mrs. Mahoney, who arrived
In this city on the evening train on
Thursday last, spent a short honeymoon with their friends Mr. and Mrs.
D, Stewart of the St. Eugene Mission.
Their arrival was celebrated by a reception al the Public School, and In
spite ot short notice nnd Inclement
weather, several parties from town
came out to enjoy tho danco, which
wont merrily along till mid-night,
when a dainty supper was served.
Afterwards tho (laming wus continued till the wee email hours, ably helped by onr local musician Mr. Fred
Owen.
FROM THE VIEW-POINT
OF
OCR CONTEMPORARIES
KAMLOOPS IS IIEAKII FROM.
Now that the Federal Government
hus determined to establish au ore
plant In British Columbia, it Is somewhat amusing to observe with what
confidence the Vancouver press takes
It for granted that the first place to be
considered will be the Terminal City.
It is part and parcel of the Vancouver
way to "hog as much as possible" and
by hook and crook and every known
political dodge, while blandly suggesting that it wishes to see the plant in
tho most logical place, Vancouver will
go utter il. Nelson is malting a great
"splash" for publicity 111 regard to
claiming Its "rights" and now Cranhrook is claiming a place in lhe spotlight. Is Kamloops to remain silent
when so many think they have first
claim lo this plant II is gratifying to
know ihat the Board of Trade is taking
l lie matter up seriously and will prosecute tlie demands of the city ror
publicity In regard to urging ideal lo
cation for such a plant.
—KnmloopH Standard Sentinel
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■■■,   men in
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GOVERNMENT IIY CAUCUS.
Premier Oliver's disclaimer lo Mr,
W. J. Bowser's criticism that the provincial government Is now being governed by caucus can imrdly have been
Intended very seriously. The peoplo
of the province were informed very
circumstantially of the recent caucus
at Nelson, lt was held for the purpose of discussing and obtaining sanction for governmental policies of the
present session of the Legislature.
Those policies, iu some respects, were
amended owing to tlie attitude of the
said cauciiB. Other policies were recommended and adopted. There is
nothing inherently wrong with government by caucus within due restriction, but It tends to diminish the responsibility of ministers ot the Crown.
Its object is that by caucusing policies before they come before the Leg*
Islnture ln the form of bills, something
In the nature of unnnimity of purpose
may be obtained by a political party.
It is the method of the drill sergeant
who disciplines troops before they engage in battle, only in the political
case the regiment can mutiny und
force the instructor to obey Its be-
heslB.—Victoria Colonist.
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Timo moves Inexorably onward. Forty years ago, Prltchard, with his gold
pan, began the first stirring chapter
of North-west mining history. Thirty
seven yars ago Old Dominion flashed
it*-, silver message (rom Colville and
two months later the great outcrop or
the Bunker Hill dulled the glitter of
Eagle City gold. Thirty years ago Slocan held the stage; then came Ross-
la ml. with its cosmopolitan crowd;
then Boundary and, lastly, Republic,
the only gold excitement this state has
ever enjoyed. Twenty years ago Ton-
opah was the magnet and a year or so
later Goldfleld blazoned its golden
message to the world. A few years
earlier the Klondike drew its thousands ln the most strenuous stampede
of latter day events.
Where will the next chapter be written? Will material be found for another equal in stirring interest to those
that have gone before? We think not.
The West, the colorful West, has gone.
Tbe stage settings have been removed;
romance has been strangled ln the
gripping arms of paternalism. Gone
is tbe Initiative, almost gone the manly daring that made the Mining West
as we knew lt and loved it best. The
ever thinning line of big hearted,
broad minded men is trailing silently
over the summit to the shadows of the
other side. Nothing but memories are
left, memories we cherish more and
more as the yearB go by. Will there
be other Rosslands, other Goldflelds?
We wonder! Ami in the meantime the
snnds run low in the hour-glass or
Time.—-North  West Mining Truth.
W. F. Fullerton of Wasa spent the
week-end 111 town, meeting old ac-
iimiintances.
W. T. Jago, grand Orange Lodge organizer, paid one of his periodical visits to Oranbrook Lodge. No. 1871, on
Wednesday evening. He has been visiting the lodges In this part of the
province, and found ull well established and progressive. The increase
in new lodges was quite marked and
spoke well for the future of the Orange order. After two initiations advanced to the Royal Arch, and the
usual routine business, Mr. Jago gave
an interesting address on questions vital to tiie welfare of the Orange order. Mr. Jago left on the westbound train Thursday for Creston,
where he was due Thursday night.
TWENTY YEARS AGO
Extracts (rom the Cranbrook
Herald of this date, 1902.
George Hull o( Ohio, representing
the eastern stockholders of the Sullivan Group Mining Co., is in the city
for a few days. He says there will be
no difficulty about securing sufficient
capital to complete the smelter plant
when the proper time comes. In the
meantime we shall look around for
competent snieltermen to take charge
of the work and complete smelter
plant.
A very pretty, though quiet wedding
waB celebrated last Wednesday, Nov.
12, at 9.30 p.m. Tlie contracting parties were William Henry Wilson and
Miss Kmfly Amelia Jchnaon. at Kuowl-
ton, Quebec.
The East Kootenay Lumber Company is arranging for the removal of
their mill from Moyie to Yahk.
H. Kershaw and wife or Fort Steele
visited Cranhrook last Friday.
George Hogarth, proprietor of the
Elk Hotel at Klko. was one of the
pioneers of Kast Kootenay, and a chap
with a big heart and a host of friends.
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LOCAL PREACHER MAKES
A SCATHING CRITICISM
OF NOV E LIST LEWIS
Preaching from the text "My soul
shall make her boast in the Lord," the
Rev. E. \V. MacKay of Knox Church
gave u very forceful address on Sun
duy morning last. He drew attention
to the importance of taking pride In
one's religion, and urged that we be
just as enthusiastic about spiritual affairs as other things. Would tbe merchant, or professional mun make a
success or his business or profession
if he acted us indifferently toward It
as tlie average man does toward his
church affairs? Drawing attention to
the importance of an Impartial consideration of any question and the danger of having one'B judgment colored
liy looking ut a matter through glasses
clouded hy prejudice, lhe case or the
Woman of Sumurlu was cited, In that
whereus others could see nothing hut
evil in the woman, Jesus was not unmindful of her better qualities.
Tlie speaker also deprecated tlie ten
dency of to-day to hold a pessimistic
view uf present day conditions. We
were not altogether gone to the eternal bow-wows, and were not as bad
as some would have us believe. To
show the damage thut might be done
by biased criticism, Mr. McKay referred to the last two novels of the Amer*
lean writer Sinclair Lewis, namely
"Main Street" aud oue just under review "Babbit." He took the writer
severely to task, and showed ln no un*
certain manner that he could not
agree with the view he held regarding
American civilization. True it might
be that one could find fault with the
conditions of lire and customs of our
neighbors to the south. Still, surely
the laud that had for its forebears, the
Pilgrim Fathers, and who still proclaim on their coinage their trust In
God, could not, and certainly In his
estimation, had not, fallen so low as
to warrant the holding the views that
he does that conditions are so sordid
there.
Was the novelist not also au opportunist, pandering to the craving of
some people for Just that sort of rot,
and Incidentally amassing u fortune?
Similarly he pointed out how In a
symposium by thirty young American
writers, the civilization of the United
States was reviewed, but not one of
all the thirty made reference to present day conditions from a religious
standpoint. To them tt was no gauge
by which such a matter should be
judged, it was easy for Lewis and
these thirty young writers to look only
on the sordid side, hut he was fearful
of the harm that such writings might
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tilled lu pointing out one's defects, but
at tho same time we should not fall to
seo one's possibilities.
Somewhat appropos to the thoughts
which the speaker conveyed are the
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KNOCKERS
There ure knockers, yes. and knockers,
Tliere ure knockers bad and good;
And there Ib no harm In knocking
If you knock as knockers should.
Bin when one gels out his hummer,
And Jusi  knocks, ami knocks, and
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Hvory wholesome deed uud effort,
Things arc headed fnr Hie rocks.
So then, knock lhe things Ihul need It;
Hill keep boosting wliere you should,
That lho evil muy be routed,
And fur hetter be the good.
* Local Dews.
Mr \V. M. Barford, general freight
agent of the C.P.R. with offlce nt Nelson, was a Cranbrook visitor this
week.
\V. T. Jago, of Coqultlam, returned
from tlie Windermere on Wednesday
by the Kootenay Central. That even
ing he attended a meeting of the local Orange lodge, in his official capa
city as Grand Lodge organizer, going
on to Creston on Thursday.
Now that the Banff-Windermere road
is practically completed *1id about to
he thrown open to the public, we can
conscientiously redouble our efforts to
urge the Dominion Government to undertake the speedy construction of the
missing link east of Golden to connect with the road from Calgary
through Field and Leanchoil. The
more persistent we are through our
parliamentary representatives, the
more likely we are to receive the attention we are entitled to.
—Golden Star.
P. O. Ball from Wilmer, B.C., is on
a visit to Cranbrook.
G. T. Mastoff of Brilliant, representative of the Doukhohor Jam factory at
that settlement, was a business visitor
Tuesday.
A. J. Miller, rancher, and Sid Muyne,
postmaster of Skookumchuck, were
Cranbrook visitors this week.
Rev. W. T. Tapscott will conduct
service at Port Steele in the Community Church there ou Sunday afternoon
next, and some special music will also
be rendered at that time, it Is expected.
Mrs. D. MacDonald and Donald Jr.,
of Cranhrook, are visitors wllh her
parents Mr. and Mrs. (1. Cartwrlght nt
present. Mrs, Prank Staples, who had
been at Cranhrook, returned with her.
Creston Review.
P. Bryan of Lethbrldge, formerly of
Cranbrook. was In the city ou Monday
renewing old accjiiatntauceHhips. Mr.
Bryan is an old time pnssenger engineer, who is uow working out of Lethbrldge.
J. Beggs. who has for a short time
been laid an with sickness, returned
lo Lumberton on Tuesday.
Mrs. (Rev.) E. W. McKay of Craubrook. visited Creston on Monday In
connection with the founding of a
branch of the Women's Missionary Society In the Print City. Mrs. McKay
returned on Wednesday.
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Front Quarter Beef  «c
Sides of Veal  Mc
Brisket Boil   ">.* to (It-
Pot Roast - St* to 10c
Roast of Pork  8S«
Shoulders of Lamb  15c
Loins of Lamb  98c
Fresh Killed Fowl  25c
Fresh Killed Young Chicken    SOc
Roast Shoulder of Veal  lie
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Sausages 15c
Hamburg Steak   ISc
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Lea Roast  	
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Spring Lamb
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Front Quarter   18c
Yearling Mutton
Choice Leg   28c
Choice Loin   26c
Choice Shoulder   ISc
Stew Mutton   10c
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Home Curod Bacon  40e
I-uro Lard, 3 Ib pail (Uie
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Beet Hearts     8c
Beet Tongue   22c
Hamburger Steak     I2!_c
Pork and Beef Sausage   Mc
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THE  CBANBBOOK   HERALD
PAGE   THREE
COUNCIL SETS DATE
FOB COURT OF REVISION
AT REGULAR SESSION
Otlier Business ol* Ordinary Nature Comes Before Meeting
Thursday Lust
(Held Over from Last Week)
Business of u routine nature was
mostly before tlie city council at their
regular monthly session on Thursday
evening of lust wook. All the aldermen were present, Mayor Genest
presiding.
Correspondence received from 11.
Herchmer, regarding alleged interference with the water supply of Hurry
Hern, which the latter used for Irri
gation purposes, was ordor received;
acknowledged and Hied, This matter dates back to the time when the
new dam was under construction by
the city.
On a motion by Aldermen Santo and
Arnold, It was decided to take no further action for the time being in regard to the disposal of the building
whicli tlte city now owns on lot 19,
block 40. In this connect ion a letter
was received frnm tin; Baptist Church
asking the council lo reconsider iis
proposed decision to move the building across the road to (he roar of the
church properly.
On a motion ol Aldermen Cameron
and Santo, ft was decided thai (he
disposal of lax sale lnls held by the
city in  fill ure should ha brought  DO-
foro the council.
Tlie customary sheaf of accounts
as sanctioned liy lhe finance committee was passed for payment, and the
departmental reports, from the city
foreman, the fire chief, the city light
superintendent, and tlu- dairy Inspector, were received and filed. The fire
chief stated that request., had been
made for hydrant connection at the
cornel- of Hyde and Koolenay, for the
better protection of the new school
buildings, and at the comer of Baker
ami Lumsden, for the benefit of tlie
yards of the provincial government de-
par.incut of works. It wns decided
by motion to recommend to tlie incoming council that a now hydrant connection be made at Ihe earner of Hyde
and  Kootenay  lor lhe benefit of the
new school buildings.
A letter to the cdiuirman of tin* relief committee was read in regard to a
needy case in the city, and provision
made by the council to meet it.
The report of tbe light department
[showed that the graphic volt meter
bad been iastalled at (he sub-station.
to cheek up the power delivered by the
Earn Kootenay Power Co., and one recording had already beeu made. Tlie
work had also been CQm&leted of removing the poles from the Bldewalk
on Baker Street, to the edge oi tiie
cement sidewalk.
Tlie court of revision on the ciiy vo-
Uen.' lisi, to consist of Aldermeu Ar-
I uold, Cameron and Flowers, will sit
ion the evening of December -5th. oi
iS p.m., it was settled by resolution
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iiy-i.-i\v,.\ii. 810, authorizing ibe dls-
iobuI of dome real estate waa filially
u-.--.tMi iind adopted, -and also By-law
it. amending tin; pooi room regula-
inns, by adding bowling alleys to tlie
oope of Uie statute
By motion the city engineer was
uiiiorized lu lmve prepared a tracing
i tlie dly.
AjnotheJ motion . by Aldermen Ca-
;ieron and Arnold, was parsed to the
[feet that city employees he prohlbi-
M from digging urnvcs in tlie ceme-
riin niitK ihi\kvmoo\i:ks
K.WM.S  LAKE
* J    Blie  bad  .suid something  that   dls*
* tressed hiin, and seeing tbe look on
******"***   * hts face, she exclaimed, "Oh, my dur-
Mr. and  Mrs.  Urabee have moved 11,n«- l'm ufr«hl ! liave hlirt >'ou"
into Frank Adolph'a residence.
leaving the lumbal buaiuess.
1 i'KTIIKK SI'M TO BE
SI'KNT INVESTIGATING
lt.('_ IKON RESOURCES
Victoria. B.C.—Fifty thousand dollars win he spent on a further Investigation of the inm resources of the
Province in co-operation with ibe Fett-
• ral amhorides, according to a hill Introduced lu ibe Legislature by lion.
William Sloan, Minister of Mines.
The agreement Is one of a Eterlea between varbms branches of boili governments since ilie MacKenzie King
.I'lmiiiisfration riunt* in at Ottawa, anil
is destined to prevent overlapping ami
factlltatojind expedite research work
and other? mall era lu which both governments are Interested In this province.
"ii is ojie of the samples of co-operation betWeen both governments thai
are possible now tiiat Liberal governments nre in power at Victoria nml
OHnwa," jaild n member commenting
on the bill.
"No,   dearest."   he  replied   gravely,
["the hurl  I  feel is duo to the tact
{tlmt 1 know it hurts you iu feel tbat
Mr. Prank Adolph is leaving Baynes yoil |laVe hurt me ■■
.:,; hm-i,,:-   ... .:,.- ,.   *   -. East.    He Is.     ..A]| ,|0- |hfl 9aj(|     ,<Do UQt ,et ^
j hurt you for an instant.   My hurt is
because I know It hurts you to feel
Several cars  from Baynes  motored that   I  have  hurt   myself  by  hurting
ito McNab on Sunday. November 19th, you.
to look over the new camp and con-!    "No, no. my precious!    My hurt is
'struct Ion work. ' because you are hurt over feeling that
__ I  am  hurt  because you feel tbat you
A .U.I.I011 raffle will be Held al the """' ""n V """ '"'" """'°r"re "un
I.O.D.E. sale _[ work al   Wal.1, "";r" " '	
November 88nl.
Mm lei us leave them, ileur reader.
They will nt'l over il iu lime.
Nurse Cni-ralliera
ofltcial visit i.i Hu
this week.
if Waldo paid un
nes  Lake School
| Mr. arimih, Miss Margarel OrlfHth I
anrl Miss Snow dI Jalfray wer-: visit-'
ore In Bayitcs nu Saturday lust,
Lift Off with Fingers
/
shii\>ii:nt.s of ohk to
TIIK Tit AIL SMELTER]
Following is
eived nt  tbe
a statement of ore re
Trail Smeller for tin
uber .sth to Utli,
The stingy farmer was scoring the
hired mail for carrying a lantern to
call on hj-ri best girl.
"The idea,'1 lie exclaimed. "When
I was cotirtln' 1 never carried no lantern;  I wenl In tho dark."
"Yes," said the hired mun sadly,
"ami see what you got."
Politeness is like u rubber lire.
There fs filling In 11 but wind, yet It
eases you over the bumps wonderfully.
period  during  N
inclusive:
Name of Mine and Locality
Alamo. Alamo, B.C	
Silver Dollar, Salmo, B.C	
Bell, Beaverdell, B.C....C	
Oem, Sandon. U.i'	
Kmih Hill, Kepuhllc, Wn	
Mollh* Hughes, New Denver, B.C
Noonday, Sandon,  B.C	
Ore Itiii, Sandon. B.C	
Qullp,   Republic,   Wn	
Rambler, Cariboo, Rambler, B.(
Silversmith, Sandon. B.C..,	
Standard. Silverton. B,C	
Van Hol, Silverton, B.C	
Whitewater, Retallack, B.C	
Company Mines 	
Total	
104
108
183
1<0
Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop ft little
"Kre-»zoue" on au aching corn, instantly that corn a-tops hurting, then
shortly you lift It right off with fingers.   Truly!
Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of
"Freeuone" for a few cents, sufficient
to remove svery hard corn, toft com,
or corn between tbe toes, ud the cal-
lufxx-}-!. without soreness or Irritation.
PEOPLE AND EVENTS IN THE PASSING NEWS
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Christmas GREET|NG Card
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c^SO***
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PREjDICTS BIG INCREASE      (APT. LISTER MOVES
IN TOURIST BUSINESS KOR RESUMPTION OF
FOR NEXT SEASON ANTI-IIUMPINU CLAUSE
Cuininlssloiier    Spalding    Haul Seeks Emlorsallun ul L-.gii.lat-
Figures To Show Importance
el' Encouraging Traffic
(Held Over rrom Last Week)
Mr. J. P. Spalding, publicity commissioner for tlie Tourist Association of
South-Eastern British Columbia and
Southern Alberta, motored from Pernio to Cranbrook on Wednesday lust.
Mrs. Spalding accompanied him.
Mr. Spalding was here to discuss
with Mr. J. P. Pink and Mr. H. W. Wilson mutters lu connection with the
map to be issued.
The original plans call for an Issue
of 20,000 of these maps, but recent development have shown that It will ba
posslble to use llfty or sixty thousand
The map Will be a large one showing
the roads, rivers, mountains, etc., of
Mils whole section, on the reverse side
uf which will be two otlier smaller
mails. One Is ot the Grand Circle
Tour from I.os Angeles to Banff, and
buck to Lob Angeles, called the Call-
fornla to Banff Bee Line Highway; and
the other will be a detailed map of
lhe Banff-Windermere Houd and Circle Tour from Calgary to Windermere
and back through the Crow's Nest
, 1-ass. There will also he a table of
'distances.
The membership of thc Association
lias been increased by the addition ot
MOTHER!
Vancouver, B.C.—A new Industry,
that ol' tlu- Bald ol' coillteroua seeds. Is
heing tested nu4 iu the Province nud
promises to moun a good deal, both tor
llrltlsh Columbia aud i'or the del'orset-
od areas ot Europe, A lnrgu quantity
ot Douglas Fir and Sitka Spruce Is being Inspected and prepared for shipment tn France nt the present time.
If the couch show promise when planted nnd germinated In French forest
areas, it is said ihat a large demand'tho Blalrmore Board of Trade, and Mr.
wfll lie made for shipments of conea Spalding hopes shortly lo add several
others.
All indications point to an enormous
increase in tourist travel to these
parts during 1923. At least 10,000 cars
are expected to make the Circle Tour
next year, and Mr. Spalding ia very
anxious that all the towiia through
tho Crow make u special effort to
bring their camping grouuds up to the
maximum of convenience tor lhe
campers.
Fernle will double the capacity ot
theirs and put ln shower baths.
Blairmore says lt Intends to have the
best grounds In North America, so
Fred says that Fernle and Cranbrook
will have to look to their laurels.
This year the work of the Tourist
Association will be more closely con-
Hurry mother! Even a sick child lined to seeing that the roads are kept
loves the "fruity- tuste of "California tn nH dMrt* a PerfeCt condltion aa P°fl-
Flg Syrup" and ii never fulls to open i slbl° ^ constant inspection. Also in
tho bowela. A leiiapoonful to-day may 8eeln* tlmt the tourlsta »re provided
prevent a sick child to-morrow. If con- with aM tue information possible re.
stlpated, bilious, feverish, fretful, hue |travfil conditions, so that as little con-
Open Child's Bowels with
"California Fig Syrup"
uro for Protection of B. C.
Fruit Industry
cold, colli*, oi- If Htonmch Is sour.
tougue coated, breath bud, remember
it good cleansing of the little bowels
lu ofton all that In necessary.
Ask your druggist fur genuine "California Fin Syrup" which has directions for babies find children of all
ages printed on bottle. Motlier! You
must say "(ulhurnla'* ur you may gpt
an Imitation llg syrup.
lfcive you heard
about Peps? Peps Is a
scientific preparation put
up ln pastille furm, which
provides an entirely new anil effective treat nuiii for coughs, colds, cheat
and throat troubles.
Peps contain certain medicinal Ingredients, which, when placed upon
the tongue, Immediately turn Into
vapor, and are breathe ' down the air
passages to the lungs. On their Journey, they soothe the inflamed nod
Irritated membranes of the bronchial
tubes, thc delicate walls of thc ulr
passages, and finally enter and carry
relief and healing to the lungs.
In a word, while no llfluld or solid
can get to the lungs and air passages,
these Peps fumes get there direct*
and ut once commence healing.
££Mi™_u asanas
across ii tlie name and dute of this
paper, and mail it (with le stamp to
pay return postage) to Peps Co.,
Toronto. A free trial packet will
then be aent you. All druggists and
stores sell Peps, 50c. box.
ftps
gestlon aa possible will occur. It is
understood that 9-30.000 is to be spent
on the Improvement ot the Nupanee
Hotel at Fernle, and that u $70,000
garage Is proposed.
For the purpose of Judging the value
of tho tourist truffle to Western Can
uilu, Alberta and B.C., acreage was
considered, and they found that eacli
acre produced iu wheat or other grain
14.91. while the tourist industry pro
duced $13.88 per ucre.
Last year lu Banff alone the tourist
i raffle Mt 918,000,000 behind. Roughly speaking 9100,000,000 was spent by
tourlslH In Canada last year. To show
tho rapid Increase lu tourist traffic, In
19..0 90,000 tourist cars entered Can*
mln while In 1921 there were 000,000
foreign cars. Camp site visitor regis*
ters showed 465,000 visits to Canadian
| camp sites. Thia la a large numlier
I when it is considered that only one In
j fivo registers,
Mr. Spalding states that from ah
sources from which he can get any
reliable information there has been
from 75 to 100 per cent. Increase in
tourist traffic thla year.
Col, Fred Lister, Conservative member for Kaslo riding, which embraces
the Creslon fruit area, has had placed
oti the order paper of tlie house notice of a motion memorializing the federal government to rermpose the
anti-dumping clause in respect to Canadian grown fruit, und particularly
the product of the B. C, orchards,
which it was felt was brought into un
fair competition with fruit from the
American side, which was dumped ov
er the border to fetch what price It
would. The removal of this clause
has been keenly felt this season by
II.C. growers, and many organizations
have registered their protest with the
federal authorities since the clause
was lifted, aud delegations have ulso
visited tho capital In regard to it
Col. Lister's motion reads:
Whereas the tariff eiinctmeul by the
American Governmeni effectively
eludes British Columbia fruit from
competing lu United States markets:
Anil whereas tlie government of British Columbia hus invested millions to
prepare lands for settlement In the
fruit belt of the province of British
Columbia:
And whereas the fruit growing centres of British Columbia have this year
been blessed will) with a magijlffceut
growth of high grade fruit:
And whereas the natural territory
for marketing said fruit has heretofore been the three prairie provinces
of Canada;
And whereas large quantities of American fruit have this year been dumped ou tlie Canadian market lu the
prairie provinces at prices below the
cost of production:
And whereas lu ccnacqueuce of said
lumping the fruit growers of British
Columbia have beeu unable to market
their crops, resulting in large quantities of the best fruit being left to
rot lu the British Columbia orchards,
umi serious financial loss to lhe fruitgrowing Industry lu this province:
And whereas ll appears thnt tho dominion government has cancelled the
anti-dumping legislation formerly iu
effect In the Dominion of Caimdu, and
thereby brought this condition cf affairs about:
And whereas if matters are not remedied immediately, the fruit git wing
industry of the proviUco will -soon be
a thing of the past:
Therefore be it resolved that this
House Is of thc opinion that It ls essential, iu the Interests of the fruitgrowers of the province, that* (he an-
ti-dumping legislation should bn re-
enacted at the earliest possible mem-
ent.
SESSION MAY BUN ON TO
CHRISTMAS
(Continued from Page Ont)
for documents, papers, witnesses, etc.,
and to report their findings to this
House."
The Budget Speech.
Hon. Mr. Hart's budget speech was
fairly well received, especially the announcement that no new taxation
Ib planned for next year at least. In
past years it bas been generally the
case with municipal bodies, in their
annual trips to Victoria to wait on the
Cabinet, have advanced suggestions in
tho matter of taxation for themselves
which have later boen taken advantage
of by Mr. Hart for his Department,
leaving tho Union ot B.C. unlclpalltles
out In the cold. The only liy lu the
ointment which will no doubt be taken
advantage of by tho Opposition members, is the announcement that a further borrowing of 98,600,000 will he
necessary next yenr to tako care of
undertakings such as tho P.O.K., and
the Humus Dyking Scheme in tho Fra
ser Valley. The estimates anticipate
it deficit of a halt million dollars ln op-
oratlng tho government owned mad
next year, a similar sum being required this year.
The Buraas Dyking Scheme, being
onstructed to reclaim several thousand acres near tho International
boundary adjoining Chilliwack, wtll
cost more titan was anticipated, this
being caused when the company which
lirst secured the contract getting Into
financial difficulties and causing the
tlovernment to take over the work Itself.
Oriental <iuestl.ui
retires I'p.
The Orientul question Is still before
the House, the debate last week being
featured by the Speaker ruling out of
order Mr. Bowser's amendment which
extended tlie Sloan resolution proposed for the Ottowa Government, and
which would not only call for total exclusion, but would also prevent the
Asiatic from owning or leasing lands
in British olumbla. This is much after the form proposed by the Califor-
nian Government, but which has yet
to receive the sanction of Congress at
Washington. To meet this ruling by
Mr. Speaker Pauline, Capt. Ian MacKenzie, Liberal member for Vancouver
jumped Into the breach on Friday last
with an amendment having much the
same meaning us that moved by Mr.
Bowser. This also deals with the land
owning and leasing question, but went
further, In that a province could prevent Japanese or Chinese being employed In agriculture, mines, fishing,
und timber Industries.
Frnm present indications the House
will not prorogue much before December lt), with a prospect of it even sitting longer should the debate on the
P.G.E., and the now famous "Beer
Clause" become extended.
Baptist Ctrarct)
PASTOR W. T. TAPSCOTT
SUNDAY  NEXT
11 a.m. —- Morning Service.
Subject:  ""MISSIONS IN
PROPHECY."
12 noon-Sunday Sebool.
7.UO p.m.—Eveniug service.
Subject:
Subject: Tlte second of it aer-
los of Sermons on "THK
PAST YOUNG MAN"
Thursday, 8 p.m-
liil! anil U. Y.
Prayer ■»<*--
P. u.
YOU ARD WBLCOIIB
iia_B-_5___!j_--__
metbodist Church
REV. B. C. FREEMAN, raster
mft
"There ls no other way to win friends,
friend." i
(hi
i; tliul ynu be a
Amos 11. Wells.
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER -26th.
11 a.m. — Speaker, Mr. J. M. CLARK, Secy., Y.
Junior Choir.
12.15 p.m. — Sunday School and Bible Clnss.
7.30 p.m. — Speaker, Rev. L. O.HELT-EKL12V.
Senior Choir.
We nlll die yon u (orillnl Welcome.
rikt^BA^m^Mj^^B   ba UB UH Bub uAA^Qifiju gu-'o uu <u     ,■     „i
M. C. A.
Railway News
'•Cascarets" 10c
Best Laxative
for Bowels
"BOB" GUARDS BOII»;H;
FAITHFUL AlKi:i)AL>:*H
WATCH OF DEATH
Unit, Man's llest Friend, Wutch
i'N'llv«t Ills Ih'itd .MiLNter
mul foinpiiulon
A local Airedale funder IiiiihIh in
the following clipping from tlie "Kennel Review," Hlwwinx the cliaracterfa
tie faithfulness or (he llttlo ttrrior:
Saved from lite thmert coyotes and
vultures by uu Airedale terrier, tlu
bodies of August Freltag of 2S04 Thirty-third Avenue and Henry H. Aerick
of 5445 Victoria Avenue—one'the vi
thn of an accidental shooting mi", the
other a suicide—were buried ycn.er
day.
High on the crest of a ridge near
Pine Tree Canyon, 25 miles from Mo*
jnvo, on October 9th. Hob, the Airedale
terrier, followed his masler, August
Freltag, and Henry Aerlck( through
tho thick brush hunting fnr deer. The
dog saw his master, walking behind
Aerlck, stumble and fall. HIh rifle exploded and then Aerlck fell, shot
through the back. Overcome with
grief Freltag then shot himself.
Around and around the two bodies
Bob,  the  Airedale  dog, look  up  tlie
\m KMBKK ISSUE OF
"HOO AND GUV GIVES
QUALITY AND QUANTITY
The l.e.-t-iuber issue of "Rod aud
Cun fu Canada," Ib one which may be
truly  said  to  combine quantity and
utility. The many readers ot this
national sportsmen's Journal will no
donbl tuke a lot of keen delight out
of this number, the concluding Issue
for 19211,     There are several splendfd
rllcles, and a number of particularly
good stories, among them the hum-
orous yarn, "They Went Fishing." A
guns and ammunition section contains
valuable articles by J. R, Mattern and
!•: T. D. Francis, end J. \V. Win-ton
excels ln "Blanketings. The trap
line and kennel department have a lot
of good things for everyone, and -there
are many other Items of outstanding
merit in the December Issue.
"Rod and Oun In Canada" is published by W. J. Taylor, Ltd., at Wo id
stock, Ont., monthly.
Hay and night he barked and howled,
looking for a human being to assist
the two men who lay huddled eo close,
and who refused to answer bis whines.
Fivo days after the death of the two
hunters, a searching party, climbing
the mountain side, heard Bob und answered. Wheu they reached the bodies, the Airedale, Junt able to crawl,
was snarling and growling at a dozen
huge desert vultures perched on the
brush near by. Th" boJIoi hsd not
been touched.
Km m: luted aud more than half dead
Uio dug was carried down the moun-
ialn side by members of the searching
party and taken to Mojave. There the
uiilm il was fed and watered and then
brought to the city In an automobile,
Yesterday Bob was not allowed to at
lend the funeral of the man who had
been his master, because It was feared
that he would not allow anyone to
touch the coffin.
According to Mrs. Freltag, her husband secured Bob when he was sfx
months of age from a rancher In Montana. They took the dog on a tour of
the United States by automobile which
lasted two years, and then brought lt
to this city. The animal, according to
Mrs. Freltag, fs an expert hunltng dog
and when told to guard an automobile
will allow no one but the owner to approach the machine.
—Loe Angeles Times.
To clean out your bowels without
cramping or overacting, take Cascar-
oi h. Sick headache, biliousness, gas-
indigestion, sour, upset stomach.
and all such distress gone by morning.
Nicest physic on earth for grown-ups watch. For live days and nights wlih-
and children. 10c. a box. Taste like out food or water, the faithful dog
candy. fought off the coyotes and vultures,
________________________
Hardisty, Alta.—Work has just
been completed on the C.P.R. bridge,
Hardisty, after a great deal of
labor has been spent on it.
The trestle was begun in 1906, I
when the railway came to Hardisty,
and truins ran over in 1908. The ■
trestle is 2,714 ft. long, 70 ft. high,
and has in it 1,800,000 ft. board
measure of lumber, as well as 27,000
ft. of piling. It is estimated that
it has taken 800,000 tona of material to make the fill.
The   present   bridge   presents   a
safe and perfect means of transit
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canadn I,hulled
OFFICES, HMKI.TINU AND KBJFININCI Ill.l'AHTMKNT
TRAIL,   BRITISH    (01,1 MIMA
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
Purchasers of Guid, Sliver, CoplMjr, Lend A Zinc Own
Producers of Gold, Sliver, Copper, I'iir Lead nnd /im*
"TADANAC" WUAND
St. John, N.B.—Five members of
the Baseball Writers' Association of
the United States arrived in St.
John from Montreal. They were
Fred Lleb of the New York Evening
Telegram, who is president of the
Writers' Associatio- ; Sid Mercer of
the New York Evening Journal; Ir-
vin Vaughan of thc Chicago Tribune ; Denman Thompson of the
Washington Star, and Ed. Ballinger
of the Pittsburg Post. They left on
the S.S. Aranmore for Dlgby, en
route to the Kegemakoogee district
where they will hunt big game. The
party are the guests of the C.P.R.
The trip was arranged by Joe Page,
baseball writer and sport enthusiast,
who is a special representative of
the C.P.R. He met the majority of
the writers in New York and accompanied them to Montreal, Quebec and as far as this city.
The visitors were met at the station by G. Bruce Burpee, district
passenger agent of the C.P.R., and
C. B. Allan, secretary of the New
Brunswick Tourist and Resources
Association, and driven to the Royal
Hotel.
DOMINION GOVERNMENT
ASSISTS II. C. flOAl>S
WITH CASH GRANTS
From a. reply to questions put in
the house at Victoria, by J. W. Jones,
Conservative member for South Okanagan. replied to by the minister of
lands, it is learned that a total sum
of $978,014.61 has been received by thc
provincial government from the fed-
oral government as assistance in
maintaining trunk roads, In accordance with the highway scheme evolved a few years ago by the late government at Ottawa.
A detailed report of the projects be- ■
uefttted in this way shows that sonic
of the money received from Ottawa!
hus been spent on some locnl highways
as follows:
Transprovlnclal Highway:
Near Kitchener   $2,528.60
Kuskanook-Sirdar      S.K2S.04,
Near Moyle Uike   16,761.58
Constipation's   Cure
must come from nature. Celery
King is a mixture of medicinal
herbs anil roots that rids tho system of impurities .in u gentle,
natural way. An old and well tried
remedy—3(Jc antl 60c packages.
A Salesman's Cough
irritate* his customers—and makes
him inefficient and miserable.
Shiloh is tlie ideal remedy—it Li
not the ordinary bulky cough cure
but a special formula proven successful for many years. A few
drops brings immediate relief.
3Uc, 60c and $1.20.  AH druggists.
Hulls to-day again adjourned till tomorrow -She Habeas Corpus proceedings begun by counsel for Ersklne
Chllders, the republican leader who is
THE SUCCESS FAMILY
Montreal—A press dispatch from
Calgary crediting to the secretary
of the Federated Shop Trades there
a statement to the effect that the
C.P.R. and certain other railways
had knowledge of the conciliation
board's award some days before It
was filed with the department of
labor and in consequence thereof
had paid the reduced rates of wages
as set by the conciliation hoard,
prior to the announcement of thc
award by the department of labor,
was brought to the attention of
George Hodge, assistant general
manager of the C.P.R., Eastern [
lines, who conducted the case for '
the railways before the board of j
conciliation and  investigation.
Hr. Hodge denied most emphatic- j
ally  the  correctness  of  the  state-
ment.   He said furthc ■ that as far .
as the C.P.R. was concerned it had
no knowledge of the report until It j
was received at the company's of-
fleei on September 4, and that in- ;
structions to restore rates of pay .
which had previously been put into
effect as from July 16, were issued
under date of September 5, making
the reduced rates effective as from
August 16.
The Father of Success Is -   Work.
The Mother of Success Is—Ambition.
Thc Oldest Son Is — Common Sense.
Some of ihe oilier boys aro — Per-
Boverance, Honesty. Thoughtfulness,
Foresight. Thoroughness. Kulhusiasm
and Co-Operation.
The Oldest. Daughter Is — Character.
Some of the Sisters are — Cheerful-
news, Loyally, Courtesy, Care. Economy, Sincerity.
Tho Baby is — Opportunity.
Oct acquainted wllh the "Old Man"
and you will get along pretty well
with tho rest of the family.
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•   TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS   •   - —
Moose Jaw—"One hundred pet
cent more grain has been handled by
Ithe Canadian Pacific Railway up to
the middle of October this year,
.than ever before for the rnme period. That will give you an idea of
'the way the grain is being taken out
of the country," said Mr. Chas.
Murphy, general manager of Western Lines of the Canadian Pacific
Railway.
He expressed himself very well
pleased with the movement of the
crop throughout the whole West.
When asked as to the possibility of
a grain blockade, Mr. Murphy stated
that the Canadian Pacific was accepting all grain that was being of-
(Special to Tlm lloarhl)
Tacoma, Wn., Nov. 21.—A record
price for eggs In this section wns cs-
tabllslieil when 11. II. Lewthern, of
Wnctlund, wild iwealy tT.gn from
, • .Iy Jewell.'hls champion White Leghorn lien, for $500. I*ady Jewell laid
0: r, eggs l*31* ibe year ended November
lal.
Three lllvera, Mich., Nov. 21.—fifty
thousand dollars for a single strawberry plant wias paid to-day by Frhnk
lloatty, president of the R. U. Kellogg
Company, fruit growers. The plant
bears ln early summer and begins
again In the late summer, bearing continuously till frost comes.
Lisbon, Nov. 21.—A bomb exploded
Inside tho Church of Soccorro, one of
Bread is (toon Uruil
IIIk Plon, Cakes nml IVslry are
ma,!,' in n lasty manner which
Invite., ih,' nuist exacting person ', 11 again, nl
THC HOME BAKEUY
I'hono t,',       •       Nnrliur*  Ave.
_      iho principal  places of worship  In
fered.   He pointed out that on on; i ,,„,,„„ (lur|n   ,|„ celebration of Maan
day over four million bushels had !
been taken out of Fort William and
Port Arthur. Mr. Murphy pointed
out that there was difficulty in get*
ting bottoms on the lakes to take the
grain out, but the elevators were
far from being full, and the Canadian Pacific still had the big Trana-
cuna elevator empty.
Already Mr. Murphy stated then
was a large quantity of grain being
shipped out from thc head of the
j to-ihty No one wae injured owing to
| lho worshippers being assembled be-
j fore the high altar, (treat dumage was
i done tn the church.
Denver. Col.. Nov. 21- Compulsory
vaccination In Denver ns a preventive
nf nninll pox, whlcb bas been pievu-
lcnt hero for some tlmo, was declared
lakes by the all rail route.   He de* 'In effect to-day.  Thero havo bein 1011
dared that he could sec no grain |d__tlis In Denver from emull pnx with*
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
CRA.MIWHIK TRAIN T1MRS
SO. 67 DAI1.V—To Nelson, Vancouver, Spokane, etc. Arrive 12.10 p.
m.; leave 12.20 p.m.
SO. IS li AIM To Pernie, Lethbrldge, Medicine Hat, Calgary, etc.
Arrive 4.10 p.m.; leave 4.20 p.m.
Craulirnnk,
I In a few weeks.
i    Madrid, Nov. 21.—Rioting resulting
Iln the deutli of one Spaniurd and Ine
blockade in sight.
Mr. Murphy pointed out that the
Canadian Pacific had moved 14,000
cars off the Saskatchewan division
of the railway.   This was five thou-
wh.d.tton h'ad" bet SSIfS ! m,*""1""< "f "eVe""* ™'M '"" '"""'
■ame period ln any year. [Ing day of the Labor Union Oougrces
He also pointed out that even The trouble arose wben Spuuisli lin-
with, the unprecedented grain move* |_n|„,„ objected to the attempt of a rc-
ment the Canadian Pacific was mov- ...      -.,..,      , ,
Ing from 2S0 to 276 carloads per ' preseiili-tlve of the Amsterdam Inter
day from the Western coal mines, nntlonale to make a speech.
"There was thirteen thousand tons
moved yesterday," he declared. I
was here three weeks or a month ago
and at that time I stated we were
moving 260 to 276 cars of coal a
day, and the movement has been
kept at that ever since. We realise,
he declared, that the wheat can be
moved during the cold weather and
people can live, but if the cold
weather comes and there is no coal
there will be great suffering In the
eeuatry, and possibly worse.
To extract the coat of labor and
other expenses from the unclaimed ar-
forty thousand fish. These salmon
weigh on an average three pounds
each and the fishermen are getting ten
Dublin, Nov. 21.—Tbo Mnslor of lho
-.Imilnnu  t..■ *.IM»ir11iit
I'linn*.  riirnri'Mes  ati.l  ChikI*,
Minis nl  III liners
CRANIIROpK  KTIll.KT
0|,|ins!ie the Bunk of Commerce
Great War Veterans' Association
Pres.: H. B. Hicks.   Soc.: A. ABhworth.
"A Home For The Returned Man"
IHMJAHIIS, REARING ROOM, ETC.
Rooms for all Returned Men at Reasonable Rates.
HAM. FOR RENT    -    -    -    -   SEE THB STEWARD
Wycllffe,  Kluil.cilej Her.
vice i
Ne. S»-I*ave 7.05 a.m.   Ko.WM -Arrive 2.10 p.m.
Oranbrook, Lake Windermere and
Holden Scrinv-
Monday and Thursday, oscli  week
-NO. Ml, leave II a.m      Wednesday
ud   ■o.turflar—HO. nil a: rive   1.31
p.m.
For further  pgpttoulafj  apply  to
any ticket sgen
J. 10. PROOTOR,
District Passenger  Agent, t'slesrr Thursday, November '.«, 10.2
THE  CRANBROOK   HEKAMI
PAGE   FIVE
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
Phone 210 P.O. Bex tn
B. A. MOORHOUSE
A.M.E.I.C, ft B.C.L.B.
1-ItOV. LAKO SIIIITFIOB
Uriiiiliruuk     .      ■ B. 0.
WYCLIFFE MITES
Mrs. F. A. Fredrlckson returned ou
Saturday from Lacrosse. Wisconsin,
where she has boen for the pust six
weeks. Mr. Fredrlckson went as far
as Medicine Hsx to meet her.
C UK. IV. A.FEROIE
/ DENTIST
]  ('uiii|ilie)l-,llannlng Block
I      l-lione 07.    Office Heini
} » In I'-', 1 lo ,*> p.m.  Hats. I to 1.
ri
Urn. Green * MacKluoi
I'liyslclans end H.rgc.ii
cm.',   ,a  ,,'slilence, Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICE HOURS
Forenoiin  I.M te M.M
Afleriiimiis   MM te   AM
ICveniin-s   7.10 M    I.M
Sund-ij'  110 to   IM
i'RANBROOK. B.C.
IIII. F. II. MILES
11 i:\TI8T
OFFICE  HOURS
9 to 111 a.m.     1 to 5 p.m.
Hanson Ulk., CltANBROOK, B.C.
F. Jl. II A (' r II E R S 0 N
Undertaker
Phone I1.1II
Nurliiii- Are., next to CHy Hall
MONUMENTS
CAMPBELL   ft   RITCHIE
MONUMENTAL  CO.
Nelson
C. 0. Staples left on Sunday on a
business trip to Calgary, Winnipeg
and other prairie points.
Mrs. A. Staples entertained ut an
afternoon tea on Friday In honor of
Mrs. Verne Lane. Those present
were: Men dailies Lane, Voting, Clark,
Chomat, Caldwell, Taylor, J. S. Staples, and MIhhp-h Cur ley an*l Taylor.
S. O. ('lurk left for Vuuxlinll Farm
on Monday to wind up the huimium-'h
affairs and put tilings In order for the
coming winter. He will he gone ahout
two weeks.
Miss Pauline McDonald and Miss
Sarah McCnllum of Cranbrook were
weak-end visitors lu Wycllffe, the:
guests of Miss Dorace Staples.
The Planing Mill is running a quarter Hhift from 6.80 to 9.00 p.m. three
nights u weok for the purpose of getting our American orders while the
C.P.H. has the embargo lifted ou C.P.
cars going to the United States.
Mra. Verne Lane left Tuesday for
her home in Victoria after a six weeks
visit with her daughter, Mrs. H. S.
Young.
So far the raffle held in aid of the
Athletic Funds has beeu very successful and tickets are being sold very rapidly. The 150 tickets for the cnmp
were sold the first dny they were out,
and those in Wycllffe are going fast.
Mr. V. Z. Manning, Inspector of Public Schools, paid the local institution
of learning a visit on Friduy and was
much pleased with the work "being 100 lbs. sugar; two AS lbs. sacks Purl*
done by the children and the efficient ly flour; *. chickens; l Bide pork;
methods of both Miss Curley uud Miss. 1  case cream;  1  30 * 3H auto lire;
JOHN GARD
PAINTER &
PAPERHANGER
Full Line nf Wall raper
In Stock.
Store, Hanson Avenue
Phone 409 at all hours
CUAMIItOOK     .     ■     .     B.C.
NELSON BUSINESS COLLEGE
LEAKS TO EARN
l'rnctlcnl Commercial Coirs* la
Sinn iliaiiil, TjpenrHln
Bookkeeping,  tnmmercUl  law
Penmui-lp
Commercial English aid
Spelling
DAY    ANU   NIGHT   CLA88HS
For Particulars Apply to
G. ff. TUMI, 1'rlncipal
1*. O. Dot, 14, Nelum, B.C
WHY    OPERATE t
When IIin-ATOl.A remote* gall
•tones ln i!4 houre without pain and
relieve,; appendicitis, stomach and
liver trutihlos. Contains no poison.
Not mild by druggist*.
MKS. OEO. 8. ALIAS
Solo Manufacturer
'2110 Fourth Ave., St., Saskatoon, Bask.
Price |6._U Phone 4116
I (lltli IS AMI SOCIETIES
I'llAMIHOOE
I XIt:in;Its* INSTITUTE
invgnlar laelif
IRCOKD  (HTl'BUAT *f mm*
ni ml. ut t p.m. la tka Cltj lal
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
*^^H In   tba
O.W.V.A. Hill
afternoon ot tka
first Tuesday at
3 p.m.
All Uiil.s ar*
^^^^^^^ cordially Invited
l-reslilenti    Mrs. I*. (nn.tantlae.
Nec-Trriiaurer:   Mrs. 8. Tayler.
KNIGHTS OE PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, B.C.
Meets every Tuesday at I p.m.
In the Fraternity Hall
I., a. uiu, aa
H. h. Harrison, K.R. k I.
II. a Carr, HJ*.
Visiting hretlircn cordially ll'
tiled to attend
ASTHM-5
OAld^
CHITIS
Reekie.
Tliere will be a hockey meeting in
the Club on Sunday afternoon, November 26th ut 2.30 p.m.. which will be
attended hy Kimberley. Wycliffe,
Cranbrook, and Lumberton moguls to
arrange a senior hockey league between the above mentioned towns. All
Interested in hockey should be on
deck.
We are very sorry to learn that our
Kctiial offlce clerk. Art Duff, strayed
from the paths of virtue in Cranbrook
Saturday night. Our own private opinion is that Arthur Is being led to destruction, us anyone upon gazing on hts
benign countenance would know that
hu wonld never willingly forsake the
Hiraighi and narrow lo suoh an extent
Ihal he needed a lamp pout for support.
Kveryone In the village waa remarking on Fred Hunter's happy look on
TuoHday. Well, just between you und
1. Mabel, Ihe cause was a pink letter
bearing the Calgary postmark.
The Club secretary Ih now serving
the farmer children wltb hot soup and
cocoa alternately. This service Is
greatly appreciated hy the children
and their parent***- Seventeen or tbe
youngsters sit down to tables In tbe
Club every noon.
The second half or the Illustrated
service for the children was given on
Sunday. The beautiful slides were
much appreciated.
Tueduy night a basketball game between the married and single men resulted in a win for the former by a
slight margin of two points. Van
Richardson starred for tbe benedicts.
An Illustrated talk entitled ".Across
Canada via C.P.R." was given Thurs*
day afternoon to the school children
by the Club secretary. The seventy
slides aroused the children's interest
very much. The next talk will be for
the younger children, "Alice ln Wonderland," und on December 7th a nature study talk on "Homes Without
Hands" wfll be given.
1 :.(■* x :\\m tube: $10.00 worth of groceries; 1 pair gauntlet mitts; 1 mack
inaw coat; 1 auto shawl rug: 1 box of
chocolates; and 1 pair lumbermen's
rubbers.
Au illustrated lantern lecture entitled "How 1 Met a (Jertuau Submarine" was shown at the Club on
Thursday evening which proved very
interesting and was much enjoyed by
all who saw It.
Don't Torget the sale of home made
(■(Miking to be held In the Club on November 80th. in aid nf the swimming
tank ruud.
Miss D. Staples, Damon Poster und
Bert Johnson attended ihe Armistice
Ball held In Cranhrook on Friduy
night.
-ILOCAL MKMIIKK ASKS
QIKSTION   IN    HOUSE
OF MIMSTKK OF LANDS
Kmjiiin's As To The  Purpose
And Cost ot' .Mr. Pattullo's
Trip tn _\iir<-|H'
On Thursday.  November 23rd Mr.
Walllnger. our local representative,
asked the Hon. Minister of Finance
the following questions:
1.—What sum of money was paid by
the Oovernment to the Hon. T. D. Pattullo. Minister of Finance, for expenses on his trip to Bostern Canada during the spring of 1D2U,
2.—For what purpose waa the trip
undertaken?
Also l.—What length of time was
the Hon. Minister of Lands absent lu
Kurope on his recent  trip?
2.-—Whnt was the total expense of
this trip taken by the Hon. thc Minis-
Iter of
Lands?
,  under
For whin  purpose waa the trip
taken*
iu*
had been sent   to  a suburb to
lillle ii
pinna    lie found the Instrum*
ettt   in
good condition, and not  jn the,
least i
u need of attention.
!    A  fi
jw days later his employer re-
ceived
a leiier trom the owner of the
piano.
;( lady of would-be musical pro-'
[clivitii
is, stating  thai   tlie  piano  had]
; mn be
en properly tunc].     It was no;
better
than  before, she stated.
!    A Ite
r receiving a reprimand    from
i his en
iployer. the hapless tuner made.
anothe
r trip  and  again  tested  every'
note.
He found, jusi as previously.
no faull  wiih tin- Instrument,    This
time he told the lady so.
"Yefl," she said, "It does seem all
right when you piny on it. but as soon
I begin tu -ing. it geta all oni of tunc "
JAFFHAV HOrS FUNERAL
HELD ON MONDAY LAST
AT THK CITY. EMETERY
The funeral of Froltcbof Alton Mat-
son, the l-t yeur old son of Mr. and
Mrs. Oabrlel Matson, of Jaffray, took
place on Monday last from the undertaking parlors.
Hev. B. W. MucKay of Knox Church
officiated, The many floral tributes
from relatives and friends showed in
what esteem the deceased hoy was
held, ami were as follows:
Father and Mother, pillow and
wreath; Brothers and Sisters, wreath;
Friends, spray; Mr. and Mrs. John
Henderson, spray; school children of
Jaffray. spray; Nellerdaa family,
spray:  Miss Ruby Finley, spray.
The interment took place at the cemetery here.
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RAZ-MAH has brought peaceful nights
and restful sleep to thousands who   ,
formerly suffered the agonies of Asthma.
RAZ-MAH contains no narcotics or   I
other habit forming drugs.   If It   .
-loss net live relief we guarantee your
dnt-tflst will return >our money, $1.00
a Box    "Just swallow two capsules."
free Trial I ran TtapUlou Co., Toronto.
Sold by
CRANBROOK DRUG AND BOOK CO.
MILK AND CREAM
MILK  i2i.<,c. quart
Over 2 quarts a day .. lie
WHIPPING CREAM
M; pint 20c.
Telephone
O.  GODDERIS
rmwy !w": i"- '- -'-—'-*-■'r*- -■" •■■
| PAKKKR k McGEE1
Flour and Peed Merchants
Hay and drain of All Kinds
a 	
■ Hanson Avenue
Cranhrook
g Offlce Phone 92   Res. Phone 310 a
.!::::;!  ,!*:•,:.■ -   ■:'.;":: i .'.'..., v!,.,,:i,!i;..
Milk and Cream
DIRECT FROM
Big Butte Dairy Farm
PHONE 10
Crubnok Coltigt Hospital
(Licensed bf Prof. Ooft.)
Maternity and Goneral Nursing
Terms Moderat.
MM). A. CRAWFORD,  Matron.
Utrden Avenue     -  Phone tit
The
Extra
Cream
A mock civic election itt to be held
fn the Club on Monday, November 27.
The election takes place in a small
city. Bingville-by-the Sea. population
50,000, situated on the East Coast of
Vancouver Island. The following are
the candidates:
Mayoral candidates: Mrs. L. Taylor,
who has been mayoress for the puat
year, seeking re-election; Mr. Bert.
Johnson, new candidate.
Aldermanic candidates: Mr. L,
'Crowe, seeking re-election; Mr. C. O.
Staples, new candidate; R. H. Trew,
new candidate: Chas. Smith, seeking
re-election; K. Fisher, new candidate.
Police Commissioner: H. S. Young.
seeking re-election; Miss D. Staples,
new cundtdate.
School Trustees: C. Fleming and H.
Gomery, new candidates; Mrs. C. O.
Staples, seeking re-election.
The Issues are very humorous and
the evening promises to cause a great
ileal of amusement. R. Fleming Is acting »s Returning Officer and billots
will be taken and counted.
A supper for the boys of Klmberley,
Marysvllle and Wycllffe Is to be given
Friday. December 1st at the Club
building. An interesting programme
has been arranged and Rev. K. Baker,
president of the Boys' Junior Baseball
League, will present the cup won by
Marysvllle.
(Received too late for last week).
The Sunday School Bagaar held ou
Friday afternoon and evening in aid
of the Christmas Tree was a complete
BUCOesa In every way, and Mrs. C.
Johnson and all those who helped by
making candy, articles for sale, etc.,
deserve every credit. $96.40 waB tak*
en In and expenses amounted to $33.16,
leavltiR a balance of $52.24, or which
$10.00 was donated to the Church aud
the remainder of $42.24 will go towards buying Christmas presents for
the Sunday School pupils.
In the very near future a rathe will
lake place in aid of the Athletic teams
of Wycllffe. Tickets ranging from tc.
to $1.00 each In price will be sold on
the following list of goods: 10 sacks
or potatoes; 4 sacks or wheat: 2 pairs
of shoes; ham; bacon; 50 Iba, larch;
2 Simons hand saws; 5 Ibe. Nabob
coffee;   1   Waterman   fountain   pen;
Miss )■;. Curley and A. Reekie motored to Fernle on Saturday in company with the school teachers from
Cranbrook to the teachers* convention.
Miss Dorace Staples Bpetil the week*
end In Fernie, the guest of Miss Jennie
Strachan.
Mr. und Mrs. O, O. Staples und son
Otis speut a few days In Spokane this
week.
Mr. A. Staples Is up at the Headquarters logging camp scaling Government timber.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Crash hy are In
Edmonton, Alberta, spending a few
weeks holiday.
...    , .    .,.     . . ,,
EVERYBODY SEEMED
TO UKE MEVEKYUIKI."
HERE MONDAY NIGHT
Auditorium Filled to CiipHflty
nnd Mimical Show Was
Much Appreciated
The first real road show to visit
Cranbrook since the opening of the
new Auditorium was greeted by an
audience that filled every seat in Lhe
large hall, and even put standing room
at a premium.
While exception might he taken io
any claim that the show depicted the
character, action and make-up of "Everygirl," under which pseudonym It
appeared, yet It was Interesting and
pleased everybody. Even "Everygirl" oft the stage falls sometimes In
this.
The show properly speaking is a series of vaudeville sketches, closely Interwoven to give it a "semblance of a
plot which Is given the "embracing"
title "Everygirl.'
The introductory sketch Is a feminine baseball game, followed by a stage
rehearsal scene ln whlcb the fine contralto voice of Mayme Bell, and the
dancing of Babs MacKay are much appreciated. An Income tax skit, a harem comedy and a farce entitled "The
Heart breakers' Matrimonial Agency"
completed the numbers.
Dorothy MacKay. who played the title role Is a dainty little girl who showed ability to dance with grace and
rythm. She was obliged to respond
to repeated encores In her clever burlesque of the song, "Kiss Me Again,"
lu which she Impersonated Al Plunkett
Of the "Dumbells.'' Babs MacKay,
as the danseuse of the party, was very much appreciated, and also Mayme
Bell, Is her solos.
Pat Rafferty, or "Maple Leafs" fame
waa there, aud as usual kept the crowd
from worrying about their income tax
returns, or the near approach of
Christmas. So clever was his acting
In the song. "Fill 'Em Up," that one
was, in a quandary as to whether he
should be given credit for clever Impersonation of an intoxicated gentleman, or to decide that November 20th
had beeu Mr. Rafferty's real birthday
spent among convivial friends in thla
city, and so had become Imbued with a
sufficient quantity of the "spirit" of
the government to Impart tn Mr. Rafferty thut peculiar trail of Oliver
Twist thut he displayed. Tom Mc-
Knlght and Hilly Patterson also
caught with the crowd.
The efforts of the company lo provide an evening of tuneful music, airy
dancing and some hilarious comedy
teemed to be appreciated by the large
audience, tu Judge rrom the applause
greeting them.
OUR SALE
IS  CONTINUING
Anil wli.it lllll pills on n Mult* in any llne IT'S GENUINE!
fr**:*-\
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'-.-. . ■
SILK & SERGE   DRESSES
A few left, inn All Sizes are represented.
The wholesale prices are lost sight of in
these Dresses   Sizes 16 to 4*. bust.   Kegu-
lar $22.50 ami $24.60, going at #»."."> ami * 1:1.;.',
WATCH lllll  WINDOWS KOR PRICKS
The Regular Selling Prices, and In many instances even lhe Wholesale i'rices will he lost
sight nf.
EVERY 1IODKI. OFFERED IS THIS SEASON'S
HOSE, BOOTS & SHOES
Buys' Heavy Sehooi Hose, sizes S-10. 3 prs. 11.(1(1
Do, Do. sizes 5-7- -., t prs.    1.(1(1
boys' Slmes. regular $3.00, for     i.i:,
Women's Shots, regular $l.",n. for	
Women's Pumps and Slippers, reg. $4.50
Do. Do. regular $6.00, for
LT,',  off Al.l. Ladies Shoes ami Pumps
WHEN Illl.l. IM TS ON A SAI.K IT'S GENUINE
the Lovely New   Arrivals—
3.4(1
3.4(1
4.50
>ee
EVENING   GOWNS
No two alike in these Exquisite Models, and the
Prices are Right.
ALSO  HOMESPUN AND FLANNEL DKKSSKS
In all sizes and colors.
lull anil He Convince.! of These Values
W.D.HILL
TIIK DRV GOODS SPECIALIST
t'ltS '.: !'  ':'..Lit ,"«,!,
H JfatvlReacbing, but
m
Unexpenewe 1Rcmin6er of Xmae
CAN YOU AFFORD TO DO WITHOUT
I. O. O. F.
KEY CITY LODGE- No. 41
Metti everr
Monday niftat st
I'l'lie Auditorium
Sojourning Oddlellowt cordially
ttHitt.
R. P. Hofhtt    -   Nobis Oral
W. a Adlard, PA  - tela.
Mrs. Anderson sayB tlie extra cream has brought Pacini: Milk up lo the highest
possible standard. She gays
the old process seemed to her
to be perfect, but 43 per
cent, ot good cream makes
It simply splendid (or household use.
Mn. A. thinks we have
reached the final Improvement. Perhaps we have, but
we shall not discontinue trying lo Improve. To stop Is to
stagnate.
Pacific Milk Co., Ltd.
lead Stttt, Vaattafsr- B.C.
■
Bruce Robinson
Teacher of Misle
Studio above Murdock McLeod's.
ROBIMSOR'S QRCHESTRA-OANCES IIHRJINeEO FOR
Plione Mi
FOR  RELIABILITY, SOUND-
NESS OF CONSTRUCTION,
PURITY OF TONE AND PERFECTION OF TOUCH,
CHOOSE A
HEM 1 CO. PIANO
Write for Booklet or Qall at  41* Raker Street, Nelioa, B.C.
Personal Christmas Greeting Cards
WHEN TIIK PRICK IS SO REASONABLE? WITII YOUR
OWN   NAME  AND   ADDRESS PRINTED FROM AS LOW' AS
$1.50 per Dozen
DISTINCTIVE AND EXCLUSIVE CARDS OF NEAT DESIGN,
AND ESPECIALLY FITTING FOI. THOSE WHO CANNOT
BE REMEMBERED WITII (HITS.
ORDERS CAN BE EXECUTED WITHIN TWENTY FOUR
HOURS, BUT IT IS DESIRABLE TO MAKE YOUR CHOICE
IN GOOD TIME WHILE THE SELECTION IS STILL COMPLETE. ORDER EARLY KOR MAILING TO DISTANT
POINTS.     DO NOT BE A "LAST MINUTE" FRIEND.
Cei a fircaiag Card Convey Vonr friendly message
She CRANBROOK HERALD
Telephone 18
F, A. WILLIAMS, Proprietor
Cranbrook, B.C. PAOE   SIX
THE  CRANBROOK   HERAI.1I
Cbrietmae
(Ebeer
Be fair to your children!
GIVE THEM MUSIC!
GIVE THEM OOOD MUSIC
and naturally, to get (IOOD MUSIC. you must have a
tmaamea,mmmm
The machine thai plays ALL makes of Records.
SOI.lt ON VERY EASY TERMS.
ASK THB OWNER   OF   ANY  BRUNSWICK  MACHINE
WHAT THEY THINK OF THEM
SOLD BY—
Haslam, We Druggist
Wu Aro l'rnmi-1.
l'liono It!
We Are Careful.
City Items of Interest
Beale ,-v dwell, Bteamsliip agents.
■+   +   +
Ask your grocer Tor Dale's Bread,
You will like it. 36tf
+   +   +
Wo  have* in   stock   a   full   line  of
Women's,   Men's,   Girls',   Boys'   and
Children's Bhoes;   Our stock is com*
plete and—
Our  low  prices  win every time.
W. P. DORAK.
We have in a Full Line of Winter
Rubbers,, and—
Our  low  prices win every time.
W. F. DORAN.
Just lo hand this week—Twenty-two
Hvoning Dresses, In many shades nnd
designs. No two alike, each model
unique in itself. Black Satin, Canton
Crepe, and Irriilescent Sequin—these
are lines we are proud to demonstrate
as Ihey are in a class by themselves.
W. D. HILL,
30 The Ladies' Wear Specialist.
/?
2/our Sift
Most things can he anybody's gift
Your Portrait is distinctively, exclusively yours.
ARRANGE FOR A SITTING IN GOOD TIME SO AS
TO HAVE THEM READY TO SEND EARLY
Cranbrook Studio
— Films Developed and Printed —
. Local Dews.
Beale * Elweli will sell you •■eBiden-
tlal property ou easy monthly instalments.
Inauro with Beale & Elweli.
Wheu out shopping Saturday afternoon. December 9th, cull and have a
refreshing cup of tea at tlie Salvation
Army Home League Sale iu the PreB-
byteriun Schoolroom. 39
jAsk your grocer tor Dale's Bread.
You will like it. 36tC
Hemstitching and picot edging. Out
of town orders will receive prompt
and careful attention. Mrs- Surtees,
Cranhrook, B.C. 37tt
Why pay rent when you ran own
your home by easy monthly payments,
See Beale & Elweli.
Ed, Colvell of Klngsgate it in town
on business.
Three pairs of Hoys' Heavy School
Hose, sizes from 5 to 7-Vfc for $.00.
W. D. HILL,
3D Tho Dry Goods Specialist.
Rev. H. I*. Bessette, O.M.I., until a
year ago curate at the Holy Rosary
Pro-Cathedral, and now in charge of
Craubrook, B.O.. und the missions attached thereto, has been elected Grand
Knight of tlie Cranhrook Council of
the Knights of Columbus. While resident In Vancouver, Path. Bessette was
chaplain to Vancouver Council. He ls
one of three native sous of British Columbia who have been ordained to the
Catholic priesthood since the establishment of the Church In this province.—Vancouver  World.
We repair hot water bottles, rubber
footwear, in fact anything made of
rubber.-—Wilson's Vulcanizing Works,
Baker Street. 36tf
The douce arranged by the Rectory
Committee of Christ Church for December 1st will not be held on that
date, but transferred to Friday, January 12th, 1923. The next dance of the
series will be held ou December 15th
In the Parish Hall. Please note this
change of dates. 39
LAMES! Now is the time to choose
that evening gown, while the garments
are new and the prices right. We
have 'a new shipment of lovely gowns
in all sizes and prices that will at
once appeal to everyone. Gowns in
the most delicate shades of Chiffon,
Taffeta, algo in Canton Crepes and
Quilted Satins. We have a number
of exquisite garments, und no two are
alike. Como In and choose your evening gown for tlie New Year's Ball.
W. D. HILL.
39 The Ladies' Wear Specialist.
fi-
ONLY FOUR WEEKS TO XMAS
AND TIME IS TRAVELLING FAST.
Our stock of CHRISTMAS CHINA has never
been so large or well assorted, and before
you make your purchases, drop in and take
a look nt what we have to offer.  Something
lo suit every taste and purse.
A Large Shipment of
MOIR'S CELEBRATED CHOCOLATES
HAVE JUST ARRIVED
in a Variety of Sizes to Meet Every Wish.
Something Choice in the APPLE STOCK—
Snow Apples, $2.25 per box; Delicious Apples, $2.75 per box; Wagners, $2.00 per box;
Mcintosh Reds, $2.25; Northern Spys, $1.75;
and $2.35
COOKING EGGS, 40c doz.
JOHN MANNING
•HONK  17.
Our Clearing Sale
Is On At Full Speed
Here are just a few of our Bargains:
Ladies' Pure Wool Sweaters, sale price StM
Ladies' Satin Underskirts, in six shades,
sale price      1,75
White Flannelette, sale price 26c per yard
BoyB* Sweaters, sizes 28 to 32, sale price 1.85
Boys' Pure Wool Jerseys, sale price $1.50
Children's Rib Stockings, sale price 25c per pair
Men's Wool Sweaters, size 38 - 40, sale price 2.95
Men's All Wool Jerseys, sale price 8.00
Ladles' Dark Brown Oxfords, Just come In, will be on sale
on Saturday.
Men's Dark Brown English Last Shoes,
Sale price  6.50
Children's Toques, sale price 2.1c
Boys' Velvet Suits, sizes 3 to 7, sale price 2.95
This is not a One [Dress Sale.
ALL OUR DRESSES ARE ON SALE.
One Dozen Homespun Dresses, in the latest
shades, fame in this week.    They are
on sale at	
The Store That Sells for Less —
16.95
Weston's Bargain Store
'*Mr**mtm*sm*m*m**
Mr. Gus ErickBon, superintendent ot
tho Kootenay Central, was a visitor
hero this woek.
The Banff orchestra Is to pay another visit to Cranbrook, It is announced, on Priday evening ot next week,
December lst.
Major W. A. Townly, Vernon, and
D. Doddlng, Nelson, were on Cranbrook
Saturday ln connection with matters
pertaining to the Soldier Civil Re-Ks-
tabllshment Board.
On Wednesday afternoon, the Ladles' Auxiliary of Chfat Church held
their Hale of work, homo cooking, and
annual bazaar, In tho Parish hall. It
is staled that the sum of $:ir.O or
thereabouts was realized.
'I'he Methodist Utiles' Aid held Ihelr
annual sale ot work on Saturday last
at the old gym., the sum ot about
$450  rcsiillliig  from  tiio  event.
Knox Church Annual Bazaar will
be held on Saturday, December 2nd,
In Ihe I'recbyteriun Schoolroom. Home
cooking, candy, eac. will be sold, also ten served. Sale commence* at II
p.m. 30
M
There will be a good assortment ot
suitublo Christina* gifts for snle at tho
Salvation Army Home League Sale on
Saturday, December llth, ln the Pres*.
byterinn Schoolroom. Do not forget
to have a cup of tea.
M
Judge Thompson of Crunbrook, waa
hero on Monday afternoon for the pur
pose of hearing the appeal taken by
the Wynndel ranchers who last montii
were lined for setting out (ires in July
without a permit, notwithstanding the
provisions nt the Noxious Weeds Act
that states that noxious weeds must
be burned. C. B. Garland appeared on
bebalf ot the Wynndel farmers, and
W. A. Nisbet of Cranbrook looked after
tho case for the Forestry Department.
Judgment was reserved.
—Creston Review.
Capt. Tigerstndt and Lieul. Sheriff
of tlie local Salvation Army staff are
at present in attendance at the Welcome councils being held in Vancouver
from Tuesday to Sunday of this week.
This council Is one of a Beries of Welcomes being tendered to Mr. and Mrs.
Hodder, the newly appointed commissioners at the larger centres from
Port William to Vancouver, whicli territory is under their command. Mr.
; and Mrs. Eadie, former commissioners
[of Western Canada, are to enjoy a
i rest.
LOOK AT THIS!
A T. Eaton Sewing Machine will sew
on buttons and do a lot of other fancy
things with an expert and slick talker,
but when you buy a sewing machine
get a Singer. You then have the best.
Phone 157, Singer Sewing Machine Co.
Attention!   Attention!
Specials in Winter Wear
Five Days Only
Saturday, Nov. 25th, to Thursday, Nov. 30th
MEN'S CORDUROY PANTS, regular price
$0.50, Special   5*25
BOY'S CORDUROY PANTS, all sizes,
to clear at $2.50 per pair
BOYS' FLEECE-LINED COMBINATIONS,
ALL SIZES, regular $1.75, Special $1.5(1
MEN'S FIT-RITE COMBINATIONS,
Special Price $8.85 suit
MEN'S SWEATERS, all sizes,
regular price $0.50, special 15.25
FLANNELETTE BLANKETS, large size,
regular price $3.00, Special       42.75 pair
All of our LADIES' HOSE and BOYS' HOSE,
to clear at 111% Ulsooifnt
Moffatt's Variety Store
Phone- 393
Phone 393
A
Dance
Will be Given in the
AUDITORIUM
on
Friday, Dec. 1,
By the Popular
Banff Orchestra
^
Their First Local Appearance This Season
Dancing Commences 9 o'clock
TICKETS   ONE DOLLAR
Thursday, November 23, 1022
Cranbrook Taxidermist
.Ask your grocer for Dale's Bread.
You will like It. -151*
Commencing December lst Miss McLeod ia putting on n Clearing Sale ot
Millinery. Aa tlle prices will be greatly reduced it will pay you lo watch
tor tlle sale. 39
BORN. — On Sunday, November 19,
ta Mr. and Mrs. Qeorge Hlgginson, ot
this city, a daughter.
Just to hand—a shipment of Home'
spun and Flannel Dresses in all sizes
and colours. Prices from 18.60 to
$18.50. Come in and look at these garments while the Sale is on.
W. D. HI LI*
39 The Ladles' Wear Specialist.
A very pleasant dance was held at
the Sullivan mill construction camp
on Priday lasl, which was attended by
numbers from all tlle .surrounding
points. ,An orchestra of fivo pieces
organized by Mr. Chapman provided
the music, which was of a very acceptable order, and the hall had been
quite suitably desorated for the oc
casion. Refreshments were also served.
The Radiophone Co. of Canada,
ancouver, whoso advertisement of
radio outfits appears in this issue, announce that with their Bet and two
step amplifier they have received news
programs and concerts from San Diego, Cal.. to the south, und Calgary
and Salt Lake CCtty to the east, as
well as many places Inside this area.
Their outfits are tested and guaranteed
up to 1100 miles nnd over for long distance voice and music.
Sutvutlon Army Home League sale
of fancy work, home cooking, candies,
and Christmas novelties. Saturday,
December 9lh, 1922. 2.30 p.m. to 7 p.m.
ln the Presbyterian Schoolroom. Tea
served; all welcome. 39
Just a few left, but in nll sizes. Our
Navy Illue Serge Dresses for Misses
and Women have gone even beyond
our expectation. AH sizes from 16 to
42 at $9.75 and (13.76; worth regular
♦22.50 and J24.60. Call and be convinced that "When Hill Puts on a Sale
It's Genuine."
W. D. HILL,
39 The Ladies' Wear Specialist
— 39
On Friday afternoon in response to
a phone call from the Cross Keys Hotel, the tire brlgado made a hurried
run to tho scene of on incipient fire,
only to find that garden hoso and a
tomato can lmd beaten them to It. The
(ire was caused by parties living upstairs adjacent throwing ashes between the two places. But for the
discovery ot the blaze before any
headway was made, a different story
might have been to tell.
HILL'S WINDOW DISPLAY
INDICATIVE OK VALUES
TO BE FOUND »'ITIIIN
Several of the local merchants
have this week very attractive window displays of seasonable goods.
One worthy of especial mention and
a visit is that nt W. D. Hill, the dry
goods specialist, on Armstrong Av
enne. Ab a background to a display
of late model dresseB and evening
gowns, footwear und otlier apparel
of Interest to milady, la a allowing of
new dress materials over festoons of
laces antl ribbons, the whole produ
clng on effect that many a big city
store cannot approach. Mr. Hill la
fully alive as to the value of well
dressed windows as silent salesmen.
Wentworth Cafe
In Connection With The Wentworth Hotel.
Best Meals at Reasonable Prices
All White Help
Joe Reid,
Proprietor
If you want to buy a home, you cannot do better than npply to Beale &
Elweli.
TIIE SALVATION ARMY
Sunday Meetings: 11 a.m. Holiness
Meeting; :'. p.m. Sunday School; 7.30
Salvation Meeting; Subject, "Revolu
tion." You are welcome to come and
enjoy the singing.
Delicious Home Cooking for sale at
the Salvation Army Home League Sale
on Saturday, December 9th, in the
Presbyterian Schoolroom. Remember
the date and' purchase something
tasty. 39
Cranbrook
Hotel Cafe
We beg to announce tht
Opening of the Old Hotel Dining Room as an
UP-TO-DATE CAFE.
Meals at AH Hours from
7 am.   -  to  -   10 p.m.
Phone No. 1
Tommy
FOR SALE
FARM IN DEAN, WASHINGTON
120 Acres, will sell ln one piece,
or ln 40 acre tractH.   Oood soil
that will  grow anything.
House (two large rooms), cellar,
two barns, gurage, good water.
00 acres cultivated, 4 acres hearing orchard. Price $7,000.00, all
complete.    Terms If necessary.
Apply In first Instance for further particulars nt Herald Office.
J. K. Chorlton
TEACHER UP
'CELLO and VIOLIN
TERMS    -      $1 Per Lesion
144 HANSON AVENUE
— Phone M0 —
Proceeds from lho big Catholic
bazaar held last week hy the ladles of
St. Mary's Guild, have mounted till
the sum of $13110 has now been reached.
Boys' Shoes, regular (3.00 for 12.25.
Women's Shoes, regular $4.50 for |3.40.
Women's Pumps and Slippers, regular
$4.50 for $3.40. Women's Pumps and
Slippers, regular $0.00 tor $4.50.
W. D, HIl.L,
39 Tho Dry (lands Specialist.
WANT AGS.
8TAK SECOND   HANI)  STORE
I'hone I.
We pay tht best prlcee going tor all
kind!   ot   furniture.     Wi buy any-
thing from a mouse trap to an automobile.
W. W. Kllby, Auctioneer and Valuer
wanted. - - -Moral work with cook
by Japanese vole-'iui.        llux    2110,
Cranbrniik. 31111
WANTED.--(UN in help In housework. Apply Mra, I', il. Morris,
l'liono 102. .'liut
KOIt SA1.U--Piano In good condition.
Will give terms to reliable parly.
l'\ I-'. Thompson, Ucneral Delivery.
FOR SAI.K-- Seven Alrdnle paps, pure
bred, mule. Can ho soon ut Mra.
Isaiah Monro's, 209 Dewar Ave. 32if
POR SALE. — Dudgo car, run 3,600
miles. McLaughlin Four, In first
class condition. Apply to Martin
Bros.,     Cranbrook. 28tf
Telephone «3 P.O. llox 31A
CRANBROOK CARTAGE & TRANSFER CO.
Towrlss ft Adams
Agents for Hard and Soft Coal.   Distribution Cars a
Specialty.   Excellent Warehousing.
OPPOSITE C.P.B. DEPOT
CKANKOOK, B.C.

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