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Array THE CRANBROOK HERALD.
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VOIaUMB 17
CRANBROOK,   BRITISH COLUMBIA,
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9th, 11)15
NUMBER. 49
I
GERMAN PEOPLE  ANXIOUS FOR
PEACE
Violent Demonstrations In Different Portions ol German Empire—Situation of Franco-British in Macedonia
ls Serious
MONTENEGRINS  CONTINUE  TO OFFER   .STUBBORN   .RESISTANCE-
SERVIAN CONDITION LESS SERIOUS—HABB FIGHTING
ON WESTERN  FBONT
quested to bring or .end them to thc j profited by the experience gained at
hall on Monday, between 2 or i p.m. I tho Fall Pair waa evident by the Im-
The member, of the Cranbrook Or-' provement in preparation of exhibits,
chestra have offered their services' The display of egg. was good, tiiere
trom I p.m. to 2 a.m. That is no .mail | being about a dosen entries in two
concession and wlll do much to add : classes.
to tbe pleasure of all who attend. An exhibit of interest to all poultry-
There are other things too numerous j men who ase artificial means of Incu-
to mention. Go and see them for j nation comprised a Hatchalot lncu-
your.elves. bator and an International Sanitary
,
Crnnhro-nk's Gallant Sons Continue to Come Forward—Nwrly
Fifty Now Recruited h> Lieut. Bantield for the
102nd Battalion.
(STILL   MOHE   MEN   ARE   WANTED
RELATIONS  BETWEEN
ArSTRlA-HUNGARY
VERY STRAINED
AND   .UNITED    STATES
LONDON, Dec. U,—Tlio Bulgarians
heavily reinforced and well Hupport^d
by artillery, are renewing tho attack
upon Uie FrancO'BrltUh In Macedonia
The outcome of the battle la awaited
with great anxiety ln England, uh It
wlll determine tho immediate future
tor the Entente powers In tho Hulking. Grave doubtB are voiced as to
the ability of Uie British to repel the
momentum of the Bulgars. The
French wedge tn Macedonal Is threatened from both aides.
The Allies retreat toward tho Greek
border, has boon accomplished in
food order without serious losses.
Tbe resistance of the Montenegrin.-,
**Y|-|-trn.i i i   ii ii   —in   ,i,   i,,,.   i
has lost none of Its stubbornness and
the plight of the Servians fleeing into
Albania ls growing Ices serfoiu.
Military affairs In thece sections have
become of comparatively small import and have little bearing on the
main ttltuatlon, which since Servian
rvtroat hns shifted southward.
Hard lighting continues on Western
front. The Germans have been compelled to relinquish all but a small
part of tho advanced trench captured
enst of Butte De Soualn.
Constantinople reports Turks steadily gaining on Mesopotamia and British expedition offering less resistance.
London papers characterize Entente
situation in Serbia as grave.
ROME, Dec. 10.—Violent demonstrations ln favor of pcaco have taken
place In Berlin. The police charged
crowds.   Soldiers took an active part
In disturbances.
BERNE,  via  PARIS,    Dec.    10,—
Peace nnnlfcstatlonB have occurred
not only at Berlin but at Dresden and
Leipzig*. Tin.* conviction prevails
among the musses ln Germany that
only u revolutionary outbreak would
force tlie government to make peace.
WASHINGTON—Diplomat.fi relations with Austria-Hungary are ln
danger of being broken unless urgent
demand ot American note for disavowal of sinking of Ancona and
reparation are compiled with.
ELEVATOR DESTROYED
ERIE, I'o., Den. io.—Throe Anchor
Line elovntors were destroyed by fire
today with contents fifty thousand
bushel;; of wheat. Less 1750.000. Thc
wheat was from Canada nnd destined
for tho Allies.
Tbe evening's entertainment should
be well worth a hearing and lt I. followed by a dance. Fifty cent, takes
you to ont or both of these while the
is the afternoon 1. free.
Hover, for which equipment R.  T.
Canadian. In This Vear's  Procession During The Lord Meyer's   Show   in   Condon,
MEETING OF ~! mayor, aldermen and school trustees
CITY COUNCIL I shall be at the Municipal Building,
Norbury ave., Cranbrook, B. C, and
that T. M. Roberts be appointed re-
The regular meeting of the city
council waa held in tho city hall on
Wednesday afternoon.
Mayor Bowse., and Alderman Oeo.
Leaak,: Letter Clapp, A. J. Balment
aad H. Beslteld were present.   Thc
bu.lnen waa mainly confined to rout- j clpr1l
lee matter..
Moved by alderman Balment and
Mconded by alderman Clapp that the
minute, be read as adopted.
The application of Messrs. Steward,
Balrd, Reid and Collins for light at
corner of Lumsden avenue and Baker
street was referred to tbe Klrc and
Police Committee with power to act
Moved by alderman Clapp and seconded ir alderman Balment that the
account, at pretested   by   Finance
Committee be paid.
Craabrook Elec. Light Co. ,,*,
Craabrook Meat Market ....
City Clerk's sundries	
City Transfer a Warehouse Co.
C C. Connolly   	
A. Fairbairn  	
Herald Publishing Co	
Koottna* Telephone Lines, Ltd
Medley Lajoie 	
Litlle * Atchison 	
IMt Manning, Ud	
T. Parrytl 	
P. Perks * Co	
Payrolls:
Police dept	
Bchool board 	
City Engineer  	
City OHclala 	
Flre Dept	
N. Beymord ., •,.	
J. D. McBride	
Cranbrook Dreg * Book
Rets Carr  	
TeUI* 12,863.37
Moved by alderman Clapp, second-
ad tr sldtra.n Balment that the re
port of the city engineer be received
aad edited.
Hovel by alderman Clapp, seconded
by alderman Banfield that tho account et the Mueller Mfg. Co., amount-
t*ag to 11143 be paid.
Proposed by alderman Clapp that
the great to the city market be dls-
eeatlaaed ea from Dec. 1st, 1916.
Moved b» alderman Leask, seconded by alderman Banfield that   the
et
management of the Cranbrook Herald.
During  his  residence  In   Medicine
Hat Mr. Kay hns proven his worth
to the management ot the Nowc and
turning officer; and in case a poll is j has also demonstrated tbat the ideal,
required, the poll shall be opened In ! ot citizenship to which ho subscribe,
tlie said Municipal Building and the i arc high and worthy. His association,
said  T.  M.   Roberts    shall    preside' with the News staff have been of so
therein, with power to appoint a poll
Moved by alderman Leask seconded
by alderman Banfield that the meeting
adjourn.
205.08
16.40
11.00
68.75
25.00
12.60
S.OO
20.10
1.50
21.96
7.15
6.00
8.60
263.00
1,499.28
.    125.00
302.50
256.60
9.76
19.96
2.85
4.90
HAKIM.) ROBBERY
Moffat's Variety Stoat Entered Shortly
After Husk, Friday
Moffat's Variety Store was entered
by burglars Friday evening between
six and seven and $2.1.00 In cash taken
from the till. Entrance was effected
hy means of a broken pane of glass.
pleasant a character that the members of the various departments took
advantage ot the opportunity afforded
to demonstrate their appreciation of
his worth. Yesterday afternoon-Mr.
Kay was presented with.a..very handsome silver embossed white Liraogc
tea service'." Remarks suitable to the
occasion 4rere -mnde by' hr. Torrlll,
Mr. Auotln, Mr. Bellamy'and Mr. Jordan. All expressed regret at the
departure of Mr. Kay, coupled with
hearty good wishes for success In hla
new sphere.
EXPIRED OS STREET
Sudden Death of Cranbrook Ledy
Thursday Evening
Death came with startling suddenness to Mrs. Charley Lawson on
Thursday, while walkin along
French avenue between five and six
o'clock, she slipped or fell off the
nldewnlk hut retained consciousness
long enough to send a little girl to
Mrs. Bert Matson for assistance. Mrs.
Matson hurried to the spot at once
hut thc unfortunate woman was unconscious by that time. Dr. King
was called but death occurred before
hla arrival, heart failure being the
cause.
The deceased was a young woman
In the prime ot life, and married not
over a year ago. She has been a resident of Cranbrook for many years.
A sorrowing husband survives.
THE PROPOSED CREAMERY
Vlgoroo. Actio Being Taken B; hte
Beard et Trade, Farawr.' Ia.
stUste aad Agrlealtaral
A.tMlaUoa
A very Important meeting wa. held
Thursday night between the representative, of the Board,of Trade, the
Agricultural Association and the
Farmers' Institute In connection wtth
the proposed creamery. Those present were Messrs. 3. M. Christie,
president ot the Board of Trade, Oeo.
F. Stevenson, C. R. Wbod, T. Doris.
W. B. MacFarlane, H. Webb, Wi Bardgett, I. Bassett, H. white and Dr. J,
W, Rutledge.
The discussion wss very Informal
and much valuable Information ws.
brought out hs to the need ot a
creamery, the. probable number of
cows available,' government assistance, etc. It. was very generally a-
«d that pie establishment of a
creamery here; would be ot great
beatdt, not atone to the city of Cranbrook, but te every farmer and dairyman ln a radius, ot sixty or seventy
miles. There sre plenty of cow.
available and e market exist, right at
hand for ever*/ pound of butter which
can be produced.
A letter la being mailed to every
fanner In the district and.It Is hoped
the response will be prompt The
committee are in communication wtth
proepective parties who may be available te commence the creamery, and
the natter wilt be followed up very
rigorously. .The meeting adjourned
to the call oTMr. eh-tat***.--■'
OVERSEAS CLUB BALL
Never can it be said that the people , tine husky looking tot, ot splendid
Williams of the Rellble Egg Farm isj°' Cranhrook and vicinity are net do-: physique, and will give a great ac-
agent. ! Ins In iargo measure "their bit" for' count  of  themselves   when  the  test
Quito a few bird, changed hands at  tho Umpire.    Althoueh no less Ulan comes,
the show, some of A. B. Smith's Corn-1 =34 men have previously enlisted at[    Recruiting  still continue, at    the
l.h Game, being purchased for ship-' Cranbrook for Overseas service, Lieut, j city hall and Lieut. Banfield will be
ment to Alberta. Banfield is meeting with marked sue-' glad to meet any desiring to alga up.
Thee Poultry Association    held a!ce" ln hu recruiting *» «*» 102nd | Those recruited since our laat luut
special meeting on Thursday evening
when an Interesting address was given
by Judge Shackieton. He advised
great care bring exercised In purchasing utility stock aa a lot of culls
from exhibition yard, are being sold
as utility stock. Ho also mentioned
that to ensure satisfactory transactions, intending purchasers ot stock
fn Alberta could now write to the
secretary of the Provincial Poultry
Assn. and obtain advice ss to the
reliability or otherwise of advertisers.
He advised against the introduction
of new blood into a flock each season.
this course being detrimental to snt-
Overseas Battalion. Up till
Friday 'forty-seven men havc been
taken on, and tho rush still continues.
Lieut. Banfield, to whom tn no small
measure ls due tho success of tbe recruiting, hopes to get a company of
one hundred men here before recruiting ts discontinued.
All the men recruited here will be
quartered for the winter in Cranbrook. A suitable building has been
secured und as soon as tho equipment
arrlvec tho men will take up their
quarters there. In tho meantime. In
addition to the regular $1.10 per day.
the men aro given a subsistence al-
noon  are:
Isfactory progress.   Referring to the i lowanco of seventy-live cents per day
stock on exhibition he spoke ln glow-'and havc '" board themselves,
tag term, of the condition In which '    Thc men nre being drilled steadily,
the bird, were shown. ' receiving one hour physical drill and
The hearty thanks of all concerned ono hour squad drill each morning,
with another hour cf squad drill or
The Overseas Club sre " holding
their Annuel Ball on Tuesday next,
Dec. 14, at 9.N p,m„ this time ln
Maple Hall Instead of the Auditorium
as on previous yeara.
Good music la to he provided and
refreshments will be served tree.
The price of admission for non.
members ls, genu CO cents snd ladles
26 cents. ..-.•,; v   .
'■ A committee of ladle, and gent, will! 1 and < cockerel, 1 2 and 3 pullet, 1
be In attendance to look after thc ' snd 1 pen, 3. Levett; 3 hen C. R. Shep-
are due to Mr. E. T. Cooper, secretary
of the association, Mr. F. S. Ryekman,
show secretary and Mr. A. B. Smith,
show superintendent for their untiring
efforts to ensure the succchs ot the
exhibition, In Whieh they were supported by the executive ot the Assn.
Poultry show prlae Hat
Brahmas.—First, cockerel; first,
pullet, Orvllle Thompson.
Plymouth Rock..—1, cock; 1, 2, 3,
cockerel, 3 pen, W. Harvey; 2 cock,
1, 2, 3, ben, 1, 2, 9, 4, pullet; 1 2, pen
Atchison'. Poultry farm.
Wyandottes, White.—1 cock, 2 3 hen.
pea W. M. Herri.; I cock, 1 hen, 1
pullet, 1 pee, A. A. Williams; 1 cockerel, W. H. dates, Fernie; 2 cockerel,
1 pallet, 3 pen, W, Harvey; 3 4 cockerel, 3A pallet, 4 pen James White, Fcrnie; « Mr., C. R. Sheppard.
Wyandottes, Columbian.—1 and 2
cockerel, 1 and 2 hen, 2 pullet, 2 pen
P. C. Robinson; 1 cockerel, 1 and 3
pullet, I pen, B. T. Brierly.
Wyandottes, Partridge.—1 cock, 1
asd f hen, 1 pen, T. 8. Olll; 1 and 2
pallet, W. M. Harris.
Rhode Island Reds, single comb.—1
cock, I cockerel, > snd 8 hen, 1 2 and
i pullet, 1 and 1 pen, Atchison's Poultry Ranch; 2 cock, 1 hen, D Moore;
2 cockerel, A. H. Webb.   Roee comb-
route march In the afternoon. Although they have not received their
uniforms they are rapidly assuming a
soldierly appearance, and though only
drilling a short time have smartened
up noticeably.   The men art all a
F. G. Holland.
A. S. Smith.
M. Murphy.
E.Henston.
A. Lett.
F. Sinclair
J. F. Collier
W. Thibodo.
F. Melster.
A. Bell
J. Fasmo.
T. Clement.
J. Anthony
T. Rogers.
G. Young.
J. Long.
W. Ollpbant.
J. Hand.ley.
('. Hanley.
W. Preston.
J. M. Wood.
A. Whytock.
W. M. Purdle.
J Parr.
3. W, Dawson.
V. L. Busley.
C. F. Ickes.
comfort of all attending.-'
PRESENTATION AT HAT
New Manager ot Herald Recipient of
Handsome Tea Service From
Fellow Employees
Tho Medicine Hat Dally News ot
Wednesday has tho following:
Mr. T H. Kay, who for the past
four years has been connected with
the business department of the News,
leaves this evening to aeeaaw Ike
CHRIST CHURCH BAZAAR
ASD OFFICIAL OPENING
OF THE CHURCH HALL
The ladles of the Christ church guild
hnve everything wWl in hand for
Thursday, December 16, 1915, when
Archdeacon Beer will Officially open
their new and commodious hall.
A great feature wlll bo the scenic
effect, of the well draped stalls end
the costumes of tho ladles at thc stalls
each of whom represents s lady of
one ot thc allied nations.
The opening is.timed for 2.30 snd
the sale tor 3.00 p.m.
The fancy work stall ls served by
Russian ladies, tho underwear and apron stall by French peasants, the tea
tables by Japanese, the white elephant
stail by men of Eastern extraction,
the home worker's stall by Belgian
peasants. The cookery saleswomen
will represent Canada. A candy end
cake stall .will be In charge ot the
Bible class girls In Eastern costumes,
A gipsy wlll tell your fortune in one
corner of tho hall, .while smelling,
guessing and sight competitions will
be held in another.
There wlll bo an exhibition and csle
ot arts and crafts work from elder
Sunday school pupils snd sn art
(water color) section will be ip evidence. The Inevitable brim tub snd
Ash pond have also found a place.
" All having goods tor SMe ere re-
H: Melville Wright, provlnclsl auditor, paid an official visit to the gov-
eminent buiKing thl. week, and as
cruel found t trything in Urst-clari
condition nniv the capable management ot Mr. N. A Wallinger, government agent
pard.
Orpingtons, Whlte.-i cock, 1 and 2
hen, I end 3 pallet, 1 sen, E. T. Cooper
1 cockerel, F. Piatt, Fernie; 2 and 3
cockerel, 8 and 4 hen, 2 pen, R. Jones,
i Fernie; 1 pullet, H. Brierly. Buf|-
1 cock, 1 and 2 hen, B. Palmer.
Continued on page two
Santa Claus' Headquarters
at the
Model Variety Store
^ ... —
Toyland Is now la tall swing. . Gifts for old and
-   young. *
Mechanical toys, games, dishes bugles, for animals, dolls and books ud all kinds of cannons,
guns, soldiers, swords, In tact everything In toys.
A nice line of toilet sets, fancy .goods, .and
statldhery In Christmas boxes.
Everything mnst go at any price in Xmas
goods. . tb per cent off all mechanical toys and
10 per cent off all other Xmas goods. .
Do yoar shopping early and we will always be at
your service with lowest prices at _"'
The Model Variety Ure
successful poultry
show)
Over Three Headrtd Birds Shown—
Seeead Aaaaal Exhibition—
Bueteis la Every Way
The second annual poultry show
which was held In the drill hall on
December 1st snd 2nd, well repaid
the executive of the local Poultry A«-
■oclatlon for the effort, put forth to
secure a successful exhibition.
The building wa. sufficiently large
to accomodate 940 birds on thov
without crowding and lt I. seldom
that such a large entry of high class
stock can he secured without prise
money being offered.
The ever popular Plymouth Ranks
were present In force snd made s
very attractive class. While Wyandottes were even more numerous than
Rocks, the class tor pullets having
31 entries, several of which came in
from Fernie. The classes for Rhode
Island Reds were only moderately
tilled but the birds were sli of good
rise end vigor. The exhibit ot White
Leghorns wss a very attractive one
The Utility classes   brought   out
s .me very good specimens, the entries
In heavy breeds being, very numerous.
The exhibit ot dresed poultry was
we believe, the best ever seen la
Tbat total ill Unite
Far from the bulet-swept battlefields of Europe, happy in the thought that while
our part in Empire defense' has been nobly borne, we are sharing but a small-part in
the suffering and loneliness, surrounding thousands of homes in Europe.
The year closing with this month has been one of apprehension and warnings. The preacher, teacher, statesman and the press of our country advise and warn
ub that "Economy" must be our watchword. ..;..-»
FURNITURE GIFTS ABE THE MOST SERVICEABLE, AND AT OUR PRICES, THE
MOST ECONOMICAL, '    "" ''V".
Onr furniture stock Is being roIiI out al onee third less than the regular price,
•ad we Invite you to look through our store. All prices are consistent with "economy"
and we feel sure you will experience no difficulty In securing suitable home comfort
gifts, and that Christmas In your home will lie "as usual".       — ...     „„, '      m
Cranbrook Co-Operative Stores
LIMITED PAOK TWO
tBK  CRANBROOK HERALD
rrenbrvtk, B. C» December Wh MM
Salutation!
The llerald thlB week makes Its
bow to the public under new ownership, ncw management and ncw policy. We Intend to make the Herald
a real live newspaper whicli shall
. represent the City of Cranbrook and
East Kootenay In a manner commen-
aurate with their slso and Importance.
To do thia wo need and solicit thc
united support of the entire community.
Our policy will be a broad one ln
every way. This paper will not be a
party to any petty lcalousles 01
bickering, between rival cliques, fnc
tlons or parties. It wlll stnnd first,
last and all tho time for Cranhrook
and community, and every move nnd
project which has for Its object the
advancement of tho city nnd community, whether it be from a moral,
industrial, or economic standpoint,
will have our hearty co-operation.
ln politics tho Herald wlll henceforth support tho broad and basic
principles ot the Uberal-Conscrvatlvo j
party. By this wc do not mean a
blind and unfaltering allegiance to
any party or leader who may without
rhyme or reason label themselves
"Conservative." Only no loni; ns tiie
party stands for tlio principles of
equality, Justice nnd liberty ns laid
down by the fathers of the Conservative party In Cnnnda wlll It merit nnd
receive our cndorsntlon.
ln any discussion of political or
other controversial subjects through
thc columns of the Herald we hope tn
bo broad enough to realise thnt there
are two sides to every question; nml
that though tho other party disagree
with our views he may bo, nnd prot
ably ls, quito conscientious nnd sincere In his beliefs.
Wie hope to enlarge nml Improve the
Herald and make It more truly representative of the city nnd district.
Capitalist, and others living at a distance-frequently form tlieir first opinion of a community from the character of its newspaper, nnd the newspaper is often more important to u
town or city thnn tlie Inhabitants
realise. It .is only with the support
ot the enUre community that wc can
, make the Herald properly represent
Cranbrook and East Kootenay nnd
believe the business men and citizens
are broad minded and generous
enough to accord this to us.
T. H. KAY
CHINA OR GUT GLASS
For Christinas Presents
We have the best values and the largest stock
ot Wedgewood, Limoges and Hand Painted China
In the city.
You may have your choice of single pieces, or
complete Bets; in fact you will And just what you
want here.
Our assortment of beautiful cut glass is exceptionally large, and will make appropriate Christmas
gifts.
CONFECTIONERY.—Ganong's and Molr's, in bulk or in
fancy boxes.   The very best.
CHRISTMAS CRACKERS, Tinsel and ornaments for table
or tree decorations.
DRIED AND CRYSTALIZED  FRUITS, DATES, FI08,
NUTS, FRESHJFBUIT, JAPANESE ORANGES
IRA R. MANNING, Ltd.
THE CRANMCOK KHUIA
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8th. 1915
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Pep. are the ne-.v treatmeat fee
coughs, coWs ami lung troubles.
They are mile tablet, madei up
(rom Fine extracts and medicinal
essences. V.hcn put Intolht mouth
these medicinal ingredients turn
Into healing vapor., which ere
breathed down direct to the lunga,
throat and bronchial tubes. TM
r>i>s treatment is direct. Swat-
lowing coush mixtures Into tae
«omnch, to cure ailments and dit.
order, in throat and lunge, to Indirect. Pcp« nre revolutionising
the treatment of cold., as their
price 1. within the reach ef elL
SOc. box all druggnt., er Pope Ca.,
Toronto.
ployed In several of the saw mills as | There are between 150 and 200 scouts
31.
sawyer.
Sask.
He was burled at Plapot,
ANOTHER LETTER FROM
AN EAST KOOTENAY
LUMBER CO. EMPLOYEE
West Sandllng,
Kent, Eng.
20-11-15
Mr. Oeo. Leitch,
Cranbrook, B. C.
Friend Qeo:
You will no doubt think It funny
and absurd to get a few lines from
your old cook, Arthur. But like all
Cnnadians of sporting blood, I could
tint stand the pressure any longer, so
1 um In for n go at the world's common enemy.
at the War Offlce alone hesldee the
many other places. They commence
at a ln the morning and have one hour
for lunch and off at six, so you see
that 1. very nice hours. The biggest
of three boys ln the train wa. a patrol
leader and had won many badges for
several things. That Is a great thing
here which tliey all go after Is the
badges. There are many troops ln
London and they generally have
bund and that Is the kind I am going
to try to get into.
Well, how are all the boys getting
on? I hope John has the best patrol,
namely, the Eagle, although I hope
they are all good, but you know what
I mean,.Mr. Crebbln. I have started
work, and what do you think it is
Well, I am ln a piano store and I think I cock, 3 hen 1 & 2 pullet, 1 ft 2 pen,
SUCCESSFUL POULTRY
SHOW
(Continued from page one)
Cornish.—1 and 2 cockerel; 1 and 2
pullet, W. B. Bardgett; 1 and I hen,
A. B. Smith.
White Leghorns, S.C—1 cock, I 2
and 3 cockerel, 1 2 and 4 hen, 1 3 and
4 pullet, 1 2 and 3 pen, Atchison's
Poultry rnnch; 2 cock, J. Johns; 3
hen, W. R. Glbbs; 2 pullet, J. H..
Spence.
Minorcas.—1 cockerel, 2 pullet, 1
pen, H. C. Hughes; 2 cockerel, 1 and J
pullet, 2 pen, H. W, Stender.
Cnmplnes.—1 hen, 1 and 2 pullet, 1
pen, W. P.. Glbbs.
Buttercups.—1 and 2 cockerel, 1 pullet, W. Stewart.
Game: Old English or PH.—1 ft 2
FUTURE BRIGHT FORB. C.
LUMBER
Press despatches of fthc last couple
of days contain new. of particular
Interest to Brltiah Columbia's premier
Industry, lumbering. The Canadian
general commissioner In Paris, Phll-
llpe Ray, states that for years to come
there wlll be an enormous demand In
France tor Canadian lumber, steel and
meat. He urges on Canadian firms.
however,.tho necessity of having competent representation In Paris, particularly if they desire to secure
government contracts.
Confirmation of the wisdom of Mr.
Ray', advice is found ln the news item
that the Belgian government has sent
two representatives to the United
States to purchase a total of more
than 100,000,000 feet of lumber. This
Is to be used for building houses, for
trench timbering and for railroad ties.
These ere but beginnings, and with
proper organisation to secure orders
every mill In B.C. wlll have to work
at high pressure for years to fill thc
demand that already exists for lumber
not to speak of the further destruction
of material which Is Inevitable. Without being too much of an optimist, It
looks ss though B.C. were about to
eater upon a revival of the lumbering
Industry greater than any previous
experience: .
1 will learn that trade unless I get to
They certainly put a stiff course ot I lho w/ar Ofllce. 1 am having ten shll-
traliilng up to a man In thlB countr-; | lings to start, per week,.but I will ask
for a raise as another boy is going to
do the same. I have been here two
week, and I like It very much. All
the men are very nice too. They are
very Interested in Canada and when 1
start telling them anything, they stop
their work to listen. I hope your
troop ls Increasing, as ail the boys
here are only too glad to be a scout.
It Is a great change from Canada and
we all wish we were back ln Canada.
Well, I am starting to run out of
news. Tell the boys I wish them good
luck and I will write them noon. I
hope by till, time they, have all nice
suits. My mother also Joins in thanking you for the nice Pin. from
. Edwin. .
P.S.—Tell the boys to come over
here next week and get a Job at the
War Offlce at twelve shillings per
week.
and today my feet have a few blisters
on tliem, but who enres? We finished
the dny's work with night operations
at 9.30 p.m. yesterday, and then we
were up to our ankles 111 mud. These
ufglit operation ore carried out in
.strict silence, Just tho snmc an tf we
Wore in France. (Very Instructive and
lor nur good.) I could not buy
enough paper if I had to toll you all
1 would like to. 1 am In the 48th and
I send you one of our badges In silver.
Tommy Good and a Chapman boy ls in
tho same regiment, but a different
ompany. ThlB is my first and perhaps lust letter as we go across pretty
.oon and few are returning.
Give my regards to Malcolm and
Kennedy, the employment man.
Yours truly,
A. WRIGHT
P.B.—I expect to go to the Army
Service Corps In a few davs as baker,
If so all right (if not all right).   No
need to answer, don't know anythlnv.
A. W.
1 cockerel, 1 2 ft 4 hen.
-1*2 hen, W. B. Hard-
DEATH OF
HUBERT H. HEARD
The death of Hubert H. Heard, sr.,
occurred at the home of his brother,
Wesley Heard, Plapot, Sask., on Nov.
Mth. He was fifty years of age. His
wife died last January. He leaves to
mourn his loss two daughters, Miss
Gertie of New Westminster, but formerly of the St. Eugene nursing staff,
aad Mrs. Flossie Bird, of Lead, South
Dakota and also two sons, Bert, of
Purple Springs, Sask., and Herb., who
ls*ow In the trenches In Belgium.
His daughter Gertie was with him
when he passed away. Ho came to
Oranbrook In the year 1907 and sinee
tJren has been a resident of Kootenay
district unUI this fall.   He was cm
Y. M. C. A. NOTES
WHAT BOY SCOUTS ARE
DOING IN ENGLAND
Troop 40,
Cranbrook, B.C.
Dear Mr. Editor:
Uelow Is a copy of a letter received
from Patrol Leader Edwin Malcolm,
wiio was formerly leader of thc Eagle
Patrol In this city.
Thinking that It might be of interest
lo the well-wishers of the Boy Scout,
to learn something of what the scout,
are doing In Kngland during the present crisis and hoping that It will be
the means of thc local troop putting
all their superabundant Juvenile enthusiasm Into their work as Scouls,
I shall be glad If you would publish
sume.
W. C, Crebbln,
Scoutmaster,
lanndon, England.
Dear Mr. Crebbln:
I received the kind gift of the "Boy
Scout" salute pin yesterday, for which
I must thank you very much. It certainly brings back old times the minute I see tt. My mother and father
liked it very much too and whon I
get into the Boy Scouts at Bruce
Grove I will show it to them. Almost
all the Boy Scouts In London and the
surrounding districts are doing duty
either at the War Ollice, or at the
front, or guarding bridges or something like that. Small boys or big
boys, as long as they aro 14 yearB old,
are away from school doing something
Shop Team Wlas From Ladles la
Taree Straights.
The following are the result, of the
three matches played In the bowling
league since last week:
City vs. Offlce—Dec. 3rd—Ollice defeated by three to one.
Y.M.C.A. vb. Offlce on Monday, Dec.
eth—Y.M.C.A. defeated by three points
to one.
Tigers vs Shops on Wednesday, Dec,
8th,—Shop, defeated by three to one.
The match on Thursday of last week
between tbe Ladles and tlie Shop
team resulted in a defeat for the Ladles In three straight games, although
by a very small margin In total pins.
Their defeat may be accounted for lri
the fact that the Shop team have never
been known to bowl so well'ln any
match before, or since, and It is expected that in the next match tbe Shop
aggregation will be no badly mowed
under that they will be unable to dig
themselves out before spring.
On Saturday night the Shop team
also defeated a team of Old-Timer,
under the leadership of H. Hickenbotham In three straight game..
The Ladies' match on Tuesday evening wa. keenly contested resulting ln
the Pansles being defeated by three
to one. The following sre th. scores
of the ladle, taking part In the match:
HOSES:
Miss Morton   67   58
Miss R. Cameron ..., 80
MIbb M. Drummond   49   07   (5—241
Total.  186 250 263-699
A. J. Watson
D Moore.
Black Red.
sett.
Bantams, Any Variety.—2 cockerel,
2 pullot, Otto Gill.
Pekin Ducks. Old Drake.—1 ft 2 old
duck, 1 ft 2 young duck, 2 pirn, C. R.
Sheppard; 1 pen, Atchison's Poultry
ranch.
Toulouse Geese.—1 old gander, 1 ft 2
old goose, 1 young goose, 1 pen, P. S.
Ryekman.
Poultry, Utility, Male.—1 W. Harvey,
2, W. H. Gates, Fernie; 3, B. Palmer.
Female: 1 ft 2, B. Palmeri 3, W.
Harvey; 4, W. ;H. Gates; ,pen. 1, W,
Harvey; 2, W- H. Gates; 3 ft 4, B.
Palmer.
Egg and Broiler-Stock.—1 male, 1 ft
t female, 1 pen, R. T. Williams.
Dressed Poultry, heavy breed, yellow
flesh.—Best two hens, 1, 3. Levett;
Atchison's Poultry ranch.
White flesh: 2 hens, 1 ft 2, B. Palmer
2 cockerels, 1 ft 2, B. Palmer,
Small breeds: >2 hens, 1, Atchison's
Poultry ranch.
Eggs.—1 doz. white eggs, 1, R. T.
Williams; 1 doz. dark eggs, 1, W. Her?
vey, 2, B. Palmer, 3, J. Levett
Best Cornish mal.: W.' B. Bard'
gott.
Second Best Exhibition Pen
M. Harris.
Best Bantam male: Otto Gill.
Second Best Pen White Wyandottes: W.M. Harris.
Best Columbian Wyandotte: F. C.
Robinson.
Best White Orpington cock: E.
T. Cooper.
Beat Buttercup male: W. Stewart.
Best Buttercup female: W. Stewart.
Best Camplne male: W. R. Gibbs.
Second Best Dozen Dark Eggs: B.
Palmer.
Beat Pair Pekin Ducks: Atchison'. Poultry Farm.
Beat Male In Aaalatlca:  Orvllle
Thompson.
But Bird In Show: E. T. Cooper.
Beet Exhibit of Ducks: Atchison's
Poultry Farm.
.   Beat Pen of Plymouth Rocks: Atchison'. Poultry Farm.
.   Beat Pen of Rhode Island Reds:
Atchison's Poultry Farm.
.   Best Pen of English: Ei. T. Cooper
.   Best Pen of Mediterranean: At-1
chison's Poultry Farm.
.   Second Beat Pen of Game: W. 1.
Watson.
i,   Best Pen of White Wyandottes:
A. A. William..
I.   Second Beat Pen of English: B.
Palmer.
1.   Beet Utility Pen: W. Harvey.
I.   Best Egg and Broiler Pen: R. T.
William..
).   Beat Exhibit ot Geese: F. S. Ryekman-.
).   Best Cornish Female: A. B. Smith
1.   Beat Male in Heavy Utility Classed W. Harvey.
Best Female in Heavy Utility
Clas.es: B. Palmer.
Best Dozen Dark Eggs: W. Harvey
Beat Dozen White Eggs: Reliable
Egg Farm.
Beat Finished   Pair   of   Birds,
dressed tor market: B. Palmer.
Beat Display Different Varieties:
Atchison's Poultry Farm.
Beat Display any Single Variety:
E. T. Cooper.
Beat Bird Bred In Cranbrook: II.
Brierly.
Beet Solid Colored Bird:  E. T.
Cooper.
Best Parti-Colored   Bird:    F. C.
Robinson.
57.
B.
E.
4(1—160
96 123—298
PANSIES:
Mrs.  Clapp
79-189
86-r240
76—209
towards  helping  their country  and
they get good pay at that.   I wa. up ; Mm. Shackieton .... 86
at the city a week ago nnd I came; Miss I.arcombe  69
back in a train with three boy scouts I   Totals  218 179 241—638
who told me all about tlio English I The ladle.' score for the season
scouts nnd what they wcre doing.' previously held By Hiss Gladys Spence
There wns one small boy there who was raised this week by Mis. Laura
was working at the War Offlce snd Richards to 176.
earning ten or twelve shillings a week ——
and he was quite proud of doing It toe.
Tho other two were telegraphers who
received tho casualties    every    day.
Alan Graeme passed through Cran
brook on Wednesday's train en route
for Vancouver.
LIST OF SPECIALS
Beat Exhibition Pen: E. T. Cooper.
Beet Solid Colored Female: E. T.
Cooper.
Best Parti-Colored Female: A. B.
Smith.
Best Buff Orpington Female:
Palmer.
Best White Orpington female
T. Cooper.
Best White Wyandotte female: A..
A. Williams.
Best Fit Game pen: W. 3. Watson.
Barred Rock female: Atchison's
Poultry ranch.
Best Columbian or Partridge Wyandotte female: F ,C. Robinson.
.   Rhode Island Red female: Dave
Moore.
.   Best White Leghorn' female: Atchison's Poultry Farm.
.   Second Best Utility Pen: W. H.
Gates, Fcrnie.
.   Best   Asiatic    female:    Orvllle
Thompson.
. Best Buff Orpington male: B.
Palmer.
. Best White or Black Orpington,
male: E. T. Cooper.
;. Best Barred Rock male: W. Harvey.
. Second Best Solid Colored female
A. A. Williams.
i. Best 8. C. Rhode Island Red male,
Atchison's Poultry Farm.
i. Bet R. C. Rhode Island Red male
John Levett.
I. Best White Leghorn male: Atchison's Poultry Farm.
. Second Best Parti-Colored tarsal.
Atchison's Poultry Farm.
!. Best White Wyandotte male: W.
H. Gates, Fcrnie.
I. Best Columbian or Partridge Wyandotte male: F. C. Robinson.
I. Best Male ln Classes 24, 25, it ft
27: H. C. Hughes.
I. Old English or Pit Game male:
W. J. Wettcy..
RAW FURS WANTED
Farmers, Ranchers & Trappers
It does, not cost you anything to
Get Oar Cash Offer
on your furs. Express them to ua.
We Par All Charges
over a 16.00 valuation, ■ We make you
our offer
aad Hold Yoar Furs
for your reply, returning them
at Oar Expense
if not purchased.   Try us.   In
bualneas since 1888.
MACKAY * DIPPIE
218 Eighth avenue west, Calgary, Alta. 47-tf
Suggestions for
Christmas Presents
BIG BEN CLOCKS, COFFEE AND TEA PERCOLATORS, CANADIAN BEAUTY ELECTRIC
IRONS, GILLETTE SAFETY RAZORS, GEM
SAFETY RAZORS, CARVERS, KNIVES,
SCISSORS, .ETC.
J. D. McBRIDE
Pioneer Hardware Store
GORPQRIkTION OF THE CITY OF
NOTICE OF COURT OF REVISION
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given
that the Court ot' Revision for the
purpose of correcting and revising the
Vetera List for the Municipality of the
City of Cranbrook and of the School
Dietriet ot the said Municipality for
the next current year wlll sit on the
tenth' (10th) day of December, 1916,
et the City Hall, Norbnry Avenue,
Cranbrook, B. C, st ten (10) o'clock
a. m. local time, and will continue to
■It if roo.ul.lte trom day to day.
T. M. ROBERTS,
City Clerk.
Dated et Cranbrook thl. 25th day of
November, 1916. 47-3t
Fresh Eastern Sauerkraut „>,
Mincemeat and Chopped Suet
Local Fresh Killed Beef
Pork and Poultry
Fort Steele Mutton and Lamb
P.  BURNS & CO., 4td.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
EXCURSION RATES
to
EASTERN CANADA
Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, St John,
Halifax snd 0 her Points
Dates of Salet
December 1st to Slst, IMS.
Before Limit Three Months
Exteasloa .Privileges, .Step  .Overs,
Choice ef Bootes
TO GREAT BRITAIN
Via Caasdlan er American Ports
Dates el Salet
November 15th te December 81st, 191.',
Return Limit Three Mentha
Exteaslea .Privileges,. .Stop. Overt,
Choice el Rentes
FaH Information, steamship and sleeping ear reservation, from any
Casadlaa Pseldc Ticket
Agent
It. DAWSON,
Dietriet Passenger Agent,
Calgary
To England Under Neutral Flag
American Line (New York—Liverpool)
Large. Fast American Steamers, Under the American Flag
No Contraband of War Carried
•PHILADELPHIA" . .DECEMBER «h
S.S.
"ST. PAUL" DECEMBEB S«h
"NEW YORK" .... DECEMBEB Slut
"ST. LOUIS"   JANUARY 8th
And each week thereafter
First Class 605.001 Second Claass 166.00 > Third Class 140
Company's Ofllce, A. K. Disney, Passenger Agent,
619 Second Avenne, Seattle, Wash.
Local Agents t
J. W. Spence, C. P. R. Station
Beale tt Blwell
M
FURS
Gef'More Money" for your Foxes
Mu.kret, White Weesel, Beaver, Lynx, Wolves,
Marten sod other Fur bearers oolleoiad ia «o.r mtioa
ship Torn puna direct ,o"siii:iu!iiT"ft. lamet
fern I. IS. *>rM fcalkal .idnlnlr la SOSIH •.aUIICMUtW It..
.rellable^eaoonaible-suiVrur IIniiHewill, iinmiMrniisliti!reputation e.latlnafor "mure tlmn it third nf a century," a Inn* aup-
ceaafulm^rttntaeiHlln«P»irShi|>pmpri»mi't,SATISr"A('TOkY
AND PROFITABLE return.. Write l„r"Zri SsSatsrl **,*.."
Ut.ctrr*ia>bhk«ccur.t.marketminrt ninl iirKelistpublished.
. Writ, bt U-NOW-lt*. MUI1H
A. B. SHUBERT, Inc. KW09EU2&
MISS M. CHESTER
Dressmaker
Sewing Don* nt Horn* er
■run
866 Hanson Arenas
STRAYED TO MY PREMISES, RED
heifer. Owner cap have same by
proving property;' paying for advertisement and paying for damages.
W. D. Stone, 46-3t
STABLE TO BENT, lor four horses,
electric light, warm, well ventilated
with lerge hey loft and ost bin.
II.W per month, apply Herald
ease. U* TOUM&AT, BBCKMUft 0th. IftU
THBilUUNMOM HWULD
PAM
To cash purchasers between
now and Christmas, we wlll
give away
ABSOLUTELY FREE
One Sterling Silver Thimble
(value 50 cents) to any person
buying goods to the amount of
$5.00 or over. Those buying
goods to the extent of $10.00 or
more wlll receive a thoroughly
reliable Fountain Pen with 14k
gold nib, Iridium tipped, value
$1.50. These will be given out
with cash purchases, as long as
they last. First come, Hrst served. We have about 10 dozen
thimbles, and about the same
number of fountain pens.
W. H. Wilson
JEWELER
Help Digestion
To keep your digestive
organs in good working order—tostimulate your hver,
tone your stomach and
regulate your bowels, take—
Lwsut SkIj al A* Moj-lfelM fa tW WewU.
SoM •'•rrwhw*.   InbrMN,25c»M.
I U II II II
-EH MAGIC
i BAKING POWDER
row* TONGS
For notarial work and conveyancing
■ee Bealo ft Elwell.
Gordon Mecredy left on Wednesday's
train on his way to Vancouver.
Dan Hollinger came in on Sunday's
train, and Is the guest of John Armour
The Christmas Tree given by thc
Salvation Army will be held on Tuesday the 28th in the armoury.
The regular meeting of the Farmers'
Institute will be held at the City Hall
Saturday afternoon at 2.30 p.m.
Mr. and Mrs. J. McTavish, of Bull
River, paid a business visit to this
city Thursday.
Miss Magle Kennedy arrived on Sunday from Femle on a visit to her
mother who is in St. Eugene hospital
dangerously 111.
Otto Gray, of Fernie, arrived on the
noon train Thursday. He will probably stay here all the winter, working
for the Telephone Co.
The annual entertainment by the
scholars of Knox Presbyterian church
will take place on Tuesday evening
21st Dec, In the church.
Fred Russell left on Tuesday's train
for the Flathead to Investigate tbe
rumoured find of a gusher ln the bull
moose country.
Ladies' fancy kerchiefs in all the
latest embroidery and lace effects.
Suitable for holiday gifts, at tho half
price rate.—Wl D. Hill.
Sid Small, of Wasa, Is ln the city.
having terminated, hid engagement at
Wasa. Seems like old times to see
Sid around.
. .For Sale.—Prime turkeys and geese
for Christmas. Turkeys 28c per lb;
geese 23c and these will be killed on
order. Mrs. John Brennan, near Central school. 49-2t*
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Kay arrived In
the city Thursday from Medicine Hat
and Mr. Kay has entered upon his duties as manager of the Herald.
The ribbons for the Cranbrook
Poultry Show are now on hand.   Ex
hibitors entitled to ribbons may obtain tliem on application to secretary
Cooper.
A consignment of pork, poultry, etc.,
Trom Glenllly will be on sale at the
local market Saturday afternoon. The
market committee have arranged with
Mr. Black to act as salesman.
All our dressgnods and trimmings
(the Halsall Co. stock) are being offered at SOc on the dollar. Your very
last opportunity to procure these lines
at this rale.—W. D. Hill.
MrB. Stinson, from Troy. Idaho, and
Albert Sanders, from Wlldunn, Alberta
grandmother and cousin respectively
of Mrs. R. W. Russell, arrived Thursday noon and wlll stay for a few days.
Ladies, we have just received a consignment of serge Middles, the very
latest models, In sizes 34, 36, 38, and
40. This line Ib direct from the fashion centres. They will not last long
at the prices quoted.—W. D. Hill.
Our evening go wnr. and house-
dresses aro models that will nt once
attract your attention. It costs no*
thing to inspect them. We Invito you
to call and look them over, no two
models alike.—W. D. Hill.
The Arena Rink Co. have made fur-
ther concessions to the public In the
way of family tickets. Persons living
under one roof and who are relatives
will be allowed to enter with a regular
family ticket.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Tighe Mecredy At Home, at their residence,
Edward street, on Tuesday, December
Holiday Novelties
For the Past Approaching
Season
A SPRINKLING  of   new-up-to-the-minute  MIDDIES
BLOUSES, EVENING GOWNS, and LADIES'
SKIRTS at prices that will at once appeal to the sen-
uble and economical buyer.
Then anything and everything pertaining to the Halsall
dc Co. itock will be sold at
50c. on the Dollar
and in many cases even less.   We feel we must unload, and
have only a short time left to do the trick.
LADIES'UNDERWEAR, regular 75c, will be
sold for - - - 45c
LADIES' UNDERWEAR, regular 35c„ v ill be
sold for - - -   - 20c
LADIES' and CHILDREN'S SHOES andSLIP-
PERS at just ONE-HALF the regular selling
price, with a bunch of Shoes to tell at 65c, regularly sold at from $2.00 to $4.00.
We will close the doors ot the Halsall & Co.'s (tore on
Friday, the 24th of December.
VV. D. HILL
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■l L,^^'^l.v»'t.^>,r,-y'vi^'</y'J^<,l,^^'(/y'Ji^-</yy^fc^\>-fcl_^.t. ^In^j'.^lnxw^i'' 0V
29th. at 0.JO Bits., oo tae occaalon ot
the   marriage   of   their   daughter,
Christina Katherine, to Archibald M_
. Falrbeli-n.
For a rush Job at the eleventh hour,
try Sullivan's Quick Print.
Miss Delia Drummond arrived on
Sunday's train. She haa accepted a
position with the Cranbrook Jobbers.
The Cranbrook Symphony Orchestra
is putting in stead? work and studying
some good music, with which to delight the Cranbrook music lovers In
the near future.
Remember the Willing Worker, of
Knoi Presbyterian Church are going
to aell beautiful articles, suitable fori
presents, in the church schoolroom
on Saturday afternoon from 3 to 6
p.m. Tee end cake will be served audi
there will be a sale ot home-made j
cookery. *
Particular printing tor particular
people Try Sullivan's Quick Prist.
Phone IM.
Mr. W. D. Hill Is running or the
balance of the Halsall slock at*the-
old stand for the next two weeks only.
The store closes on Dec. 2<th eo that
the time ia getting very short There
ts a very complete atock and the
prices on all lines ere eut away down,
in many canes being much less than
wholesale prices.
Tbe marriage arranged between
Christina Katherine, only daughter of
Thomas Tighe Mecredy, Cranbrook,
B.C., to Archibald M. D. Fairbairn,
second son of William A. S. Fairbairn,
East London, South Africa, will, take
place on Tuesday, December 21th, at
Christ Church, Cranbrook, ttC, at
10.10 a.m.
In the course ot a week Sullivan's
Quick Print will Install sn up-to-tbe
minute punching, perforating and.!
stitching machine. The services ot
an expert workman hare been secured snd will devote his time to
this work.
The regular monthly meeting et the
Ladles' Auxiliary of this Association
will be held In the committee room of
the Y.M.C.A. on Monday afternoon,
Dec. 13, nt 3.30. As this is the last
meeting to be held this year a full
attendance is requested in order that
the year's husiness may. be brought to
a close. All those who ere behind in
their dues sre requested to hnve seme
paid up to date before the meeting;,
Monday, December 13th, from 1.00
to 4.30 p.m., will be Open Day st the
Manual Training School. The pupils
of the manual training achool are desirous of having the company of as
many ratepayers, parents, etc., es
possible. Work (drawings, models,
etc.,) ot the pest term will be pn exhibition end a class of boys will be
busy at the benches. Parents end
friends el the boys should endeavor to
attend these manual training et hemes
as their presence encourages sad
stimulates the students to do their
best
The Fink Mercantile Co., Ltd.,
Cranbrook. B. C.
Dear. Sirs:
Please convey to the children of Cranbrook my very best wishes, and say to them
I will be in Cranbrook and at your store at
an early date. I will advise you through
next week's paper just what day I will
arrive.
SANTA CLAUS.
THE CRANBROOK ANNCAL
We ere In receipt of s nest little
hooklet trom the Rev. W. H. Bridge,
B.A., UUD., hearing the title "The
Cranbrook Annual." The contents
consist of a series ot short articles,
one tor each week of the.year. They
are written in a vein of satire, with a
fair sprinkling of the mon serious
snd contemplative. It Is illustrated
snd would make e nice Christmas prest
Teh authors see Cranbrook people,
sal we predict a good sale for the
book.
ACINOWLEDGEMEST8
Miss Helen Harrison, secretary
treasurer ot the Craabrook breach ot
St John Ambulance Association, wish
es   to   acknowledge   the  following
f 00 from proceeds of concert given
by pupils ot Central School, Cranbrook, B. C
A box containing the following, er
tlclee has been shipped to the Canadian Red Cross Society, Toronto:
U dosen towels, 1 only grey flannel-
ette day shirt, H-hot water bottle
covers, 10 suits pyjamas, li short
night shirts, white, it persons! property begs. 1 only grey flannelette
dressing gown, 000 mouth wipes, 24
rolls 4 Inch, 3 rolls 3tt Inch, 12 rolls
3 Inch end 12 roils IM inch bandages.
The members of the Association
wish to thank the I.O.D.E., Mrs. Binning, The Oirls' Sewing Clekaad Ike
Bandage Club end Mine
Mr. C. H. Henderson of the Newark
Flre InsuranceC o., ot New Jersey,'
left on Wednesday tor Nelson,
Bob Kelloch left on Wednesday's!
train for Ferale. Bob has been touring Western P.C. end reports "eothtn'
When yon ere In e hurry.for stove
wood,' pbone 113. We take orders for
our customers. Delivery on short notice.—Cranbrook Trading Co,
Craabrook has a new guardian of
the peace this week, Constable Mc-
Outhie having been duly Installed by
Chief of Provincial Police Oeorge
Welsby of Fernie.
The marriage took place Thursday
morning at the R. C. Rectory ot Charley LeFleur to Bessie Williamson,
Rev. Father Anthony olllciatlng. The
only witnesses were Mr. snd Mrs.
doran.
iilmi nun Ficnntan
Flour Is up again ta Alberta. Buy
now before It goes up any higher.
Pantry Quern I.M cwt, 11.40 In .flee
eackilote. Model 01.25 or 13.18 In Ave
seek Iota—Cranbrook Trading Co.
Mrs: Oeorge BOeesOt of Wait Ave,
met with a nasty accident outside the
post ofltee on Monday sad severely
Injured h
Another csr of No. 1 Timothy hay
in this week; Oet our prices.—Cranbrook Trading Co.
Mr. H. 8. Potter, superintendent of
the Sun Lite Aaanraace Co., left on
Sunday for Vancouver. At the flrst ot
the year-he wlll go to Pittsburg, Pa.,
which city, will be his future heed-
quarters. Mr. Potter has accepted
the managership of this big company
for Western Pennsylvania. The Her
aid, along, with Mr. Potter's many
friend,., extends congratulations and
wishes, hlm success la bis new location.
Jsp oranges this week, 00c per box
Cranbrook Trading Co.
Dr. Rutledge lefl fer Bnll River on
Wednesday, oa professional business.
A smoker was tendered Oeorge Now-
ell-en Saturday eight to wish hla well
la hie new position of master mechanic
with tbe Canadian Paclflc Hallway
company at .Nelson, and to express
the. regret et his many frteads at hla
departure. AU departments- of the
compear were represented end many
speeches, songs, recitations, etc., were
rendered.
Cholnce Creamery butter, 40c a Ib.
fresh every week.—Craabrook Trading
Co.
In eoasoananos of Rev. W. J. Mee
quarrle, B.A., having resigned his pastoral charge, Knox Presbyterian
church. Fernie, Rev. W. K. Thompson
of this city attended a.meeting of the
presbytery In Fernie. on Friday last
for the -purpose of dealing with the
Mr. MacQuarrte'e resignation
^^^^^^^^ of   the
presbyter* raid a nlgk tribeu lo hie,
fa*
CHRIST CHURCH
BAZAAR
AND OFFICIAL OPENING OF THE
CHRIST CHURCH HALL
BY TNE VEN. ARCHDEACON BEER
Thurs., Dec. 15, 1915 at 3.30 p.m.
Stallholders and helpers dressed aa ladies of the Allied Nations
ADIIISSION FREE
Tea at ifc eacb from j.30 to 7
FULL EVENING'S ENTERTAINMENT, consisting of Two
Dramatic Performances (1) "The Merchant of Veeniee,"
(2) Farce : " Ici on parte Fraut'ais-' followed by Dancing
and Refreshments.
ADMISSION see- Comraer.ee at 8.00 prem-A
JUST OPENED
BT.O. Fish Market
Ttt Herte Street til Clark Arena
A Ml lite *t SU ol tU Mta**
Freeh stpplies twlee weekly.
his leaving.   Rev. W. K. Thompson POl'LTBYMEN AT
will declare the pulpit vacant Dec. 12, FEBXIE SHOW
and Mr. Macquarrie will occupy thej '"
pulpit In Knox Presbyterian church ■   Cranbrook Poultry fanciers <
In this cltr on that date.
KILBY FRAMeTpICTURBB
CMI8I CHVKI
Sunday
I a.m. Hnly Communion.
II a.m. Mattlns and Litany.
M0 p.m. Evensong.
Intercession service for the Empire
every Friday, at 7 JO p.m.
Preacher Rev. W. H. Bridge, LA., Ulk | *•■'*• u«tvon' '■ "x* I. pullet 1 A «,
up a big share ot the prises al tbt
Fernie Poultry Show this week In Ihe
various classes tbey exhibited. Atchison's Poultry ranch lost bat one
Ilrst while E. T. Cooper swept Ihe
hoards with all his exhibits.
The following Is a list ot the wis-
nlngs:
Atchison's Poultry Ranch—Barred
Rocks: cock 1, hen, 11 4 0, pea X,
special, two B.C.P.A .ribbons.   B. C
(Rector)
mox rairaTTiHAJi ciraci
Parlor, W. K. Tkoaseea
Morning service 11 a.m.
Sunday school snd Bible Class 3 pm
Evening service 7.30 p.m.
The  Rev.   Wi  J.   McQuerrle.  B.D.
wlll preach at both services.
Anthem morning and evening.
"O come, let us worship and bo*
down; let us kneel before the Lord,
our Maker."
BAPTIST CHUBCH
Sunday achool 3 p.m.
Evening service 7.30 p.m.
Wednesday evening, Women's Open J
hen 1, pen 1, special BC PA. ribbons',
(special for heat male leghorn la tbe
'show.    Rhode Island Reds: cock I,
■hen I t 2, cock 1, pen 2.
,'   A. A Williams:—White Wyandottes,
I cock 2, hen 2.
!   K F. Rlley: Whit* Wyandottes; pel-
{let I.
j    F. C. Koblnson:—Columbian Wyea-
jdottea:   cock  1, cockerel  I, pelletl,
j pullet 2, pen 1.
E. T. Cooper.—White Orpington*:
cock 1, hens 1 A 2, pen 1, specials-
best White Orpington cocks, best bird
in heavy classes, best pen ia shew,
best display of six birds In show,
B.C.P.A. ribbons for best male and
beet female in English classes.
MAMT
nmoDisT cmjica
Rev, Thee. Keyworth, pester.
Charles F. Nidd, organist.
Services at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.
Sunday school and Adult classes st
0 p m.
•   *amac*tm   a*
stattrn _a*i
*.tm    . saveTl
ts. per weed (er Bret week, at! la \*a*
word fer eaeh week edsr*
WANTFD.—Wewas te de work . tt
home. Apply Mra. O. H. Tbompeea.
phone 20 41-11
Work horse ler tale.' map fer seek,
or wlll trade for driver.   Pkeae
Maeleod*. ranch Ol-lt*
KUIIaV-Tw* belters   Owe Man
aid.  Breaded est*      (Uo t) er. paAbfour
THB CRANBROOK HIRALP
THURSDAY, DECKMliKU Kill. l'JJ.5
Study Your Eaton
IS I it
Catalogue
Than come and
(bay y°«r
Toys
Fancy Goods
■   . and
Books
from us. You will
.realize it pays to
deal at
Store
Xha
Tf BEnTTIE-MUiPI. CO,
.Mi     -       LIMIVIO
Mail Orders  receive Special
Attention
Irish and Scotch members. A largo
table across the top cf the hall being
decorated with the Rose, Thistle and
Shamrock, the front of the white cloth
heing arranged with the Institute
color& of white, green and gold, these
decorations doing credit to Mrs. Dan
Campbell who Ib an adept at such
work.
After tho business was disponed ot
the following programme was rendered:
Violin solo by Mrs. Wallinger, accompanied hy Mrs. Lister.
Solo by Mrs. J. Thomson.
Recitation by Mrs. Q. Couldwell.
Solo hy Mrs. Coutts.
Reading hy Mrs. Dan Campbell.
Violin solo by Mrs. Wallinger.
Refreshments were afterwards serv*
)d by the ladles of the above countries
typical of thc land from whence they
came and needless to say they were
thoroughly enjoyed by tho 73 members
present.
BUYER MEDAL CONTEST
Don,'.t forget the silver medal contest
which is to be held In the Edison
thealie op,. Monday night. The Senior
Contestants are young ladles and the
Junjors are boyc.
A good, programme of music con-
slstink of boIos ond duets, also Mrs.
Wallinger's orchestia wlll furnish a
number of selections.
ponlt.jnlHS U1I3 good time. Remember. tfJO date.
A silver collection will be taken to
defray oxpesses.
Below la the programme for thc
evening.
1. Opening Hymn 	
J. Cbainnan'a AddreBs 	
3. Selection by the Orchestra	
4. Junior Contestant Nol	
(. Junior Contestant No. 2	
6. Junior Contestant No. 3	
7: Solo ..; Mrs. Thompson
I'. Junior Contestant No. 4	
*. Junior Contestant No. 6	
10. Junior Contestant No. 6	
if. Jtraior Contestant No. 7	
12. Duet 	
11. Selection by the Orchestra	
II. Senior Contestant No. 1	
lt. Senior Contestant No. 2	
10. Senior Contestant No. 3	
11 Solo Mrs. Russell
is. 'Senior Contestant No. 4	
'IO. Senior Contestant No. 6.	
'SO.' Senior Contestant No. 6	
'1\. Duet 	
22. Address by Rev. Keyworth
'23. Decision of the Judges	
*     '-   'OOD SAVE THE KINQ
METHODIST ANNIVERSARY
Friday, December 10th marked the
16th anniversary of the opening ot the
Methodist Church of this city.
Following the Conference of 1890
the Rev. G. Smith arrived In Cranhrook and gathered around himself the
nucleus of a MethodlBt congregation.
Prior to this time the Methodist people had worked with the Presbyterians
nnd even after Mr. Smith's arrival
there existed a magnificent spirit of
co-operation between the two bodies.
A Union School was carried on ln the
Presbyterian church, and in fact every
Sunday morning service ln that same
church was conducted by the Rev .0.
Smith until Buch times as the Method,
lets had a church of their own.
In August ot that year a Methodist
Udles' Aid Society was formed end
doubtless their activities hastened the
possibilities ot a church, for shortly
after, on the date already mentioned,
the Methodists worshipped tn their
own sanctuary for the first time.
The present pastor, Rev. Thos. Key-
worth will preach on Sunday morning
appropriate to the occasion.
School Report
SALVATION ARMY LEADER
Lectures In the Methodist Chnrcb te
a Packed Honse
A most interesting illustrated lecture by Brigadier McLean on "The
European War and the Salvation Army Work at the Front" was delivered
..in the Methodist church, Wednesday
evening.
Captain W. Kerr, In charge of the
local work of the S. A. Introduced the
.. Brigadier who opened with a Congre-
rational hymn.
. The leader began, bis remarks by
outlining the story of the murder of
the Austrian Prince and the efforts
put forth by the British Government
to try snd bring about a settlement.
The leader went on to say in detail
to show that while Britain and the
Colonies were a peaceful Empire yet
they had to stand by the right.
The lecturer went on to the great
work of the Salvatoion Army and gave
eome of the International statistics.
Captain Cox, of Nelson, who accompanied tbe Brigadier, gave a solo and
a few new choruses were introduced.
The pictures were then thrown on
the canvas the first being the King
and Queen of the BrltlBh Empire and
the Union Jack waa received with
great gladness. Then followed the
different leaders of all the Allies and
heads of the Salvation Army.
Ih all one hundred and twenty beautiful colored slides were shown illustrating the great work of the Salvation
Army.
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
"AT HOME"
A very Interesting and social meeting took place last Tuesday ofternoon
hi the Maple hall, at tlio Women's
institute, It being tho 16th Annlver.
JaVT,.. The meeting took tho fArnj,ssi
an "At Home" provided by the English
MB SALE-Heletsman Baby Grand
piano, practically new, at a bargain.
Owner leaving town. Apply "C"
Herald ofllce. 49-31*
DIVISION 1.
Results of November Examinations.
Agnes Reekie, 02;  Muriel Baxter,
90; Gladys Parnaby, 89; John Noble,
88;    Margaret St. Eloi, 80;    Gladys
Brookes, 81; Elsie Beattie, 81; Orace
McFarlane, 74; Willie Atchison, 71;
lordon Taylor, 00; Qrenvllle Musser,
37;  Sydney Murgatroyd, Ol Phillip
Briggs, 08;    Charlie Armstrong, 08;.
Jamie Hopkins, 67; Melville Dales, 66;
Clarence Hickenbotham, 40;    Addie
Bennett, 49; Dorothy Reed, 40; Orvll
Thompson, 42; John Love, 34,
Perfect Attendance
Charlie Armstrong, Willie Atchison,
Elsie Beattie, Muriel Baxter, Gladys
Brookes, Phillip Briggs, Melville Dallas, Jennie Hopkins, Clarence Hickenbotham,   Grace McFarlane, . Sydney
Murgatroyd, Qrenvllle Musser, John
Noble, Gladys Parnaby, Agnes Reekie,
Margaret St. Eloi, Gordon Taylor.
DIVISION 2
Perfect Attendance
Ivy Bidder, Frang Bridges, Edith
Cummlngs, Ruby Deacon, Ing Wai Hoi
Ida Johnson, Horatio Jecks, Harold
Marlon Macklnnon, Mary Mann, Clifford St.  Eloi, Rosle Service, Hugh
Simpson    Violet   Simpson, Crossley
Taylor, Irma Ward.
Honor Roll.—Ivy Bidder, Marlon
Macklnnon, Horatio Jecks, Harold
Haslam, Hugh Simpson, Rosle Service,
Edith Cummlngs.
DIVISION 3
Perfect Attendance
Norman Beech, Malcolm Belanger,
Allan Brown, Charles Chapman, Hector Donaldson, John Grant, Gahrlella
Hamilton, Eric Macklnnon, Margaret
Morrison, David Reekie, Alma Sarvis,
Viola Sarvis, Ruth Simpson, Everett
Williams, Edith Couldwell.
Honor Roll.—Gahrlella Hamilton, 04
Freda Taylor, 89; Delphlne Bennett,
86; Ruth Simpson, 86; Alma Sarvis,
80; Otto Gill, 82; Charles.Chapman,
82: Keith Wasson, 82; Roy Roblchaud,
78; Malcolm Belanger, 78; Barry MacDonald, 78; Norman Beech, 78; John
Grant, 77; Donald Dallas, 77.
Perfect Attendance
Robert Beaton, Elsie Black, Freddy
DIVISION 4
Briggs,   Christine   Carson,. Charlie
Clapp, Faith Ewen, Mabel Finley, Donald Grant, Lenore Hill, Harold. Kummer, Hugh McDonald, Martha Messenger; Jack Moffati, Harry Musser,, Ray
Scott, Wnrron Spence, Robins Soranr-
ville, .Nnruian  Washon,, Verne Wood-
mn.n,;Arthur Couldwell.  ...    c-
— Honor Roll:
Faith Ewin, May Brake,   Wlllalm
Oeorge, Harold Kummer, Lenore Hill,
Edith Lewis.
DIVISION 6
Perfect Attendance
Vera Baxter, Howard Brogan, Lens
Brogan, Norval Caslake, Elisabeth
Chapman, Candace Henderson, James
Logan, Donald Morrison, Freda Oa-
born, Wilms Park, Thelma Patmore,
Thomas Reekie, Ruby Scott, Gladys
Shackieton.
Honor Roll:
Arthur Olll, Thelma Patmore, Vivian
Kummer, Vera Baxter, Jack Ward,
Muriel. Reade.
DIVISION 0
Perfect Attendance
Delia Baxter, Warren Bowness,
Marjorie Burton, Marion Henderson,
Ray Hill, Wong Hum, Leonard Jecks,
Vera Lister, Alexia Messenger, Reginald Parrett, Olive Simpson, Mary
Sommcrvtlle, Edward} Spence, Raymond St. Eloi, Wllma Stevenson. Joe
Stojack, vHope Taylor, Jamea A. Taylor.
Honor Roll:
Alfred Jolllffe, Ethel Clapp, Eunice
Parrett, Wllma Stevenson, Hope Taylor, Vera tLisre.
DIVISION 7
Malcolm Brogan, Eddie Bliss, Olway
Bliss, Meryl Carson, Donovan Ewin,
Alex Grant, Edwin Jecks, Stanley
Kimball, Melville Leask, Angus McDonald, Dorothy McKowan, Grey
Moseley, Norman Parker, Mary Parks,
Geo. Nicholas, Douglas Russell, Frank
Roy, Willie Stewart, Willie Selby,
Douglas Thompson, Willie Taylor,
Wllhelmlua Woodman, Edward White,
Jean Wilson, Chu Gon Yee, Frank
Hawksworth, Beatrice Armstrong.
Honor Roll:
Class A.—Chu Oon Yee, Dorothy
McKowan, Ralph Robinson, Jean Wilson. . *
Class.  B—Ruth  McNnbb, Edward
White, Mary Parks, Norman Parker.
DIVISION 7-
Perfect Attendance    .
Ray Beech, Doris Brooks,   James
Crooks, Alice Chapman, James Gilchrist, Bertie George, Dorothy Hcn-
Jerson, Donovin Jecks, Joe Nicholas,
Kenneth Parrett, Arthur. Shankland,
Irene Taylor, Robbie Taylor, Loran
lordan, Kathlene Strachan.
Honor Roll.:
Arthur Shankland, Bonnie Murgatroyd, Doris Parker, Ray Beech, Addle
Rosindale,   Robbie   Taylor,   Angus
Grant ,,,,,,..
DIVISION 0 '
1 .PerfjctAtleiidtiwe. «
Albert Bradtiam, Kathleen Dallas,
Laurence Foster,. David Frame, Sherman Harris, Fanny Hep Chung, Sadie
Jolln, Roblna Kelley, Harry Kimball,
Willie McDonald, Lillian St. Eloi,
Fred Stojack, Billy Spence, Jack Swan
Elsie WilMs. "
',.' Honor Roll:.
. Class A, Laurence Foster, Fanny
Hep. Chung; Class B, Vaughan {toy,
Kathleen Dallas; Class C, Jack Swan,
Lillian St Eloi; Class D,' Billy Lee,
Hettte Card.
ELKOJtOTBS
(By Fret tee.)
The Elko boys returned from South
Fork with 24 deer, Gorman 4, Carl
McKee 3, Roy Aiklns 2, Francis Sawyer 1, two Kennedy boys 6, Frank
Gallagher 1, J. M. Agnew 1, Charlie
Klingensmlth 3, Ray Hlrtt 4.
MrB. Tom Letcher and son George,
of Roosville Valley drove through to
Blko and Fernie this week.
The several letters that appeared In
the Cranbrook Hurald re aliens should
be taken up hy the Government, The I
Elko board of trade took this matter
up with Ottawa and Victoria and they
are still working on the Job.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Foisy and family
returned to Klko this week from Kansas City where Mr. Foisy had been employed In some engineering works.
They were all glad to get back to
these grand old mountains snd trout
streams.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McDonald, ot
Okotoks, Alberta, are visiting Mra.
McDonald's parents, the Letchers,
Roosville Valley, tor the winter.
James Flndley, of Shawntgan Lake,
Vancouver Island, Is visiting the Joyce
Bros., Flagstone this week.
Thomas Foisy came ln from Edmonton and Is In charge of tbe logging operations for the Flagstone Saw Mill
Company.
SB
at
Conveyance to him trom Baynos Lake
Land Company Limited et el, dated
6th day of November, 1014, and that
unless within 80 days from the date
of the flrst publication hereof you file
In this ofllce a caveat or Certificate of
Lis Pendens I shall register the said
Ludlow Stuart Mangin es owner in
fee.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
Nelson, tills 8th day of November,
1016.   .
I SAMUEL R. ROE,
District Registrar.
To all to whom lt may concern.
Date ot first publication 18th day of
November, 1916. 46-4t
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
*m
■ABYBT, MeCABTEB
MACDONALD
AND NI8BIT
Barristers, Solicitors and
lettrlei
Money te Loan
Imperial Baak Bonding
CRANBROOK. B.C.
NOTICE
IN THE MATTER OF the "Land Re-
glstry Act" and in tlie matter of
Lot 2, Block 6 of Lot 132, Group
1.
KOOTENAY   DISTRICT,   PROVINCE
OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Map 1181
TAKE NOTICE that an Application
(No. 3038-1) has heen mado to register Estelle Purinton and Harriet A.
Kimball as owners ln tee simple of tho
above lot under a Conveyance to them
from Baynes Lake Land Company Limited et al, dated 23rd October, 1914,
and that unless within 30 days from
the date of the first publication hereof
you file in thia ofllce a caveat or Certlflcato of Lis Pendens I shall register
the said Estelle Purinton and Harriet
A. Kimball as owners ln tee.
Dated at the Land Registry Ofllce,
Nelson, this 10th day ot November,
1010.
8AMUEL R. ROE,
District Registrar.
To all to whom lt may concern.
Date ot flrst publication 18th day of
November, 1016. 46-4t
Mrs. H. White is in Nelson this
week attending her daughter, Miss
Olive, who waB taken sick there while
In training for a nurse.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
That, after the 1st of January, 1910,
we will run the hotol at Perry creek
on Btrictly temperance lines. Good
table board and clean hods the same
as heretofore, to the travelling pahlio
and visitors.
Thanking you tor past favors and
soliciting your future patronage,
Yours respectfully,
MRS. E. B. PURGE
Mountain View House,
Perry Creek, B. C. 46-Steow
NOTICE
IN THE MATTER OF the "Land Registry Act" and ln the matter ot
Lots 0 and 10, Block 33 of Lot
133, Group 1
KOOTENAY   DISTRICT,   PROVINCE
OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
. Map 1181
TAKE NOTICE- tiiat an Application
(No. 1020-1) haB been made to register
John Barnard, as owner in fee simple
of the above lota under a conveyance
to htm' front Baynes Lake Land Company Limited et al, dated 6th day of
November; 1914, and that unless within
30 days from the date ot the first publication hereof you file in this office
a caveat or Certificate of Lis Pendens
I shall register the said John Barnard
as owner in fee.
Dated, at the Land Registry Offlce,
Nelson, this 0th day ot November,
Itlt.
SAMUEL R. ROE,
District Registrar.
To all to whom it may concern.
Date ot ilrst publication 18th day of
November, 1016. 46-4t
IN THE MATTER of the "Lend Reg-
istry Act" and In ths matter ef
Lot 1 Block 7 and Ut 0 Block 10
ot Lot 132, Oroup 1.
KOOTfcijlAY  DISTRICT, PROVINCE
"OF BRITISH COLUMBIA'1,
Map 1181
TAKE NOTICE that an Application
(No. 2899-1) haB been made tb register
Conrad Lurges as owner In fee simple
of the above lots under a Conveyance
to him from Baynes Lake Land Company Limited et al, dated 24th day of
September 1914 and that unless within
days from the date of the flrst publication hereof you-file in this ofllce a
caveat or Certificate ot Lie Pendens I
shall register the said Conrad Lurges
aB owner ln fee.
Dated at the Land Registry Offlce,
Nelson, this 8th day of November, 1016
SAMUEL R. ROE,
District Registrar
To all to whom lt may concern.
Date of first publication 2nd nay of
December, 1016. 48-41
NOTICE OF CANCELLATION
*:>>A»'.;«0**MMYE   '
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the reserve existing on Lots Nos.
10860, 10310 anl 11661, Kootenay District, by reaeta et a notice published
ia the Brltiah Qolumbia Gazette on
the lllh et December, 1007, la can-
~ that the aald lands will be
opoaot to eatiy by pre-emption at 0
o'clock In the forenoon, on Monday,
tbe tlk day of December, 1010, all applanations |o be made at the ofllce of
the Government Agent at Cranbrook
R. A. RENWICK,
Department at Lands,
vactoria, B. C.
September 24th, 1010.    30-10
a
SOUTH WARD SCHOOL
DIVISION 1
, Perfect Attendance
Robert Askey, Connie Bassett, joe
Belanger, George Coleman, Jean Donaldson, John Drew,    Robert Eakln,
Nora Finley, Harold Hailing, Margaret
Horl , Phyllis Hersey, Nettle Johnaon,
Annie Johnson, Albert Johnson, Annie
Laurie, Rita McBurney, Annie Shaw,
Sam Shaw, Helen Shackieton, Ethel
Williams.*
DIVISION 2
Perfect Attendance
Phlll Belanger, Jessie Cassels,
Ithoda Donaldson, James Drew, Bessie
Eakln, Archie Finlay, Dorothy Hailing
Jack Hurrle, Stanley Johnson, John
Mitchell, Pat Macdonald, Willie Tty-
lor, Amy Williams.
ADVERTISEMENT  OF SALE
UNDER MORTGAGE
.   (British Columbia)    ,
Cranbrook, B. C.
Under and by virtue of the powers
contained ln a certain Mortgage which
will he produced at tho time of asle
there will be offered for sale by Public Auction on Tuesday, the llth day
of December, 1916, at the hour of 2
o'clock in1 the afternoon at the ofllce
of Charles R. Ward, Auctioneer, of
Cranbrook, B. c, the following property, namely, City ot Cranbrook, Province of British Columbia, moro particularly known as Lot No. 26 In Block
27, Map 669B.
For further particulars and conditions of sale apply to Thomas T.
Mecredy, Solicitor, Hanson Block, Baker Stree, Cranbrook, B.C. »
Dated at Cranbrook, B. C, this
29th day ot November, 1010.
T x Mceredy
48-2t       Solicitor for tho Mortgagee."
MANUAL TRAINING
SCHOOL
November Report
Alb. H. Webb
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Order
of Merit
Month Year
0
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07
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Sr.   4-
11
08
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4           4
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ST. MARY'S SEPARATE
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08
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lIPEIULBANKofCANADA
HAD OFFICE, TORONTO
Capttallalkerlsed ....110^000.00
Capital Fsid Up.    7,000400.00
sd  Vadlvlded
SOUTH WARD SCHOOL
''    2 t     '.   06 ...      » I
Honor Roll;
I,  C.  QUI, Sr. 4, S.  Murgatroyd,
Jr. 4. H. Simpson, Sr, 3.0, QUI. Int. 3,
H. Musser, Jr. a. J.! Frost.
St. Mary's— M Drummond, R. Pilon
.., south Wwfl".-S.:J!aMou... ■
"•   "  t'      i-in''
FOB (ULE-Helntamaa Baby Graad
plan*, practically new, at a bargain.
Owner leaving town. Apply "C"
Herald oflee. 40-01*
NOTICE
IN THE MATTER OF the "Lend Registry Act" and In the matter at
Lot 3, Block 08, of Lot 132, Group
KOOTENAY   DISTRICT,   PROVINCE
OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Map 1181    }
TAKE NOTICE that an Application
(No. 2926-1) has been made to register
Alec Charles Wright as owner In fee
simple of the above lota under a Conveyance to him from Barnes Lake
Land Company, Limited et al, dated
8th day of November, 1014, and that
unless within 30 days from the date
of the first publication hereof you die
In this offlce a caveat or Certificate of
Lis Pendens I shall register the said
Alec Charles Wright as owner ln fee.
Dated at the Land Registry Oflke,
Nelson, this 8th day of November,
1016.
SAMUEL R. ROE,
District Registrar.
To all to whom tt may concern..
Date of flrst publication 18th day of
November, 1016. ,,,:      40-41
Accounts of Corporations, Municipalities .Merchants, Farmers an.-
Private Individuals Invited.
Drafts and Utters .of Credit Issued
available la aay part oi the world.
auvms DirABmiKT-spMiai
attention given te Savings Bank Ao
counts. Deposits of 11.00 and upwards received aad Interest allowed
trots date et deposit.
A breach ls also established st
Athalmer, B.C., undar the
meat et Irving C. Wedd.
Craikreek Branch
la Wa ICPFL1, Manager
LODGE AND SOCIETY CABM
THOMAS  T.  KECBEDT
(Saee'waer to W. F. eerd)
Banister,   Sotletter   aad
Notary
P. O. Box 000
CRANBROOK, B. 0.
•RS. mrs * GREEN
Physlolaas anl Sirfeoas
Mlsa at residence. Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICI HOURS
Forenoons   0.N le 10.00
Afternoons  1.00 ta   4.00
■vantage   T.I0 to  0.10
Saadays   1.10 to   4.00
Craabrook, B.C.
Loyal 0
Ledge
No. I0T1
Meeta flrst and tklrd
Thursdays at 0 p.m.
_ lin     Royal     Bleak
Knlghta ol Ireland Hall, Baker
Street _ „
R. B. Oarrett, W.M.
T. O. Horsman, Ree. 8m.
I.O.O.F.
KEY CITY LODGE. No. 41
Meats every
Monday   nlgkt
 _ „   at   Fratarnltp
■all.     Sojourning   Oddfellewg
cordially Invited.
W. M. Harris,    R. W. Russell,
Soc. N.G.
DR. F. B. MILES
Dentist
OOee In Hanson Block
•FFICB HOURS
0 te 11 am.
1 to   0 pm.
T te  I pat
ORANBROOK. B.C.
INIGHT8  OF  PYTHIAS
Cranbrook. B.C.
Meats every Tuesday at I p.m. kl
the Fraternity Hall
R. C. Carr, CC.
Christian, K. R. A S.
Box III
Ylalttag brethren cordially la-
vited to attend.
F. MJIhrli!
f. O.
•RANBROOK   COTTAG1
HOSPITAL
laterally aat General larslag
tardea Ava
Terms sa Applanation
MBS. A tUIaMON, Matron
I F. O. Bex 041
MAPLE LF.AF REBBIAM
LODGE. NO. Id
Meeta every second aad lenrfA \
Wednesday at Fraternity BaB
Sojourning Rebekaha aerdtsl-
ly Invited.
Sis. C. Bennet, N. G.
Sis. A. Hlckcntothnm, Sec. >
Phone 840 F. O. Box Ul
W. B. BBATTY ...,.
Funeral Director aad Embalmer
Undertaking Parlora
Fenwick Avenue
Near Baker St
OVERSEAS CLUB
Meats in Maple HaU
and fourth Tuesday ef
month at 8 p.m.
Membership atpen to
eltiaena.
B. Y. Brake,        J. F. Lower.
President Seeretgn
Visiting   members    eerdlattf
welcomed.
LAIDLAVf A DEWOLF
Civil and lining Engineers
B. C Land Serve/ere
CRANBROOK, B.C.
WOMEN'S  INSTITUTE
Meets In the Maple Hall
flrst Tuesday afternoon ot every
month at 3 p.tn.
President, Mrs. W. B. McFarlane
Secretary. Mrs. John Shaw
P. O. liox 442
All ladles cordially Invited.
F M. MACPHEBSON
Undertake**
Bay Pkeae SM Night Pkeae It
Ndrkary Ave, east to City Hall
CBANBROOK FARMERS'
INSTITUTE
President—A. B. Smith
Secretary—Alb. H. Webk   .
For Information regarding
lands and agriculture apply to
the Secretary, Cranbrook, B.C.
Meeting—The Second Saturday at 2.30 o'clock.
Phone 101 P. O. Box 01
PROF. C. F. KIDD
Organist Methodist Chart*
Receives Fastis lee
Pianoforte, Yalta,
Ac.
It Norbary Ave
Organ,
Studio:
If you want satisfaction
with your wasting
■end It to
MONTANA LAUNDBY
Bpeclal prior* for family
FBANK PBOVENIANO
•Senegal Merehaat
Impleymeals Afsals
F. a. Box IN nteae MO
CBAWBaOOB, BC
THB HOME BAKBBY
Bell Frame, tte*.
Freak Broad, Cakes, Flei
aai Pastry
Phoaa If
Norbary Are,     Opp. CUy Halt
THE CRANBROOK
ORCHESTRA
Is open for engagement
lor
Daaees, Socials Etc.
Apply to
Mrs. Arnold Wallinger
PHONE IU
Cranbrook, B.C.
CHAS. 8. PARKER
and   Distributing
Agent for \
Lethbridge Coal f
XMte Powder
Imperial OB Ce.
Baying and Traneferrlagi
•Hvea prompt attention
Phone II
NOTICE
IN THE MATTER OF the "Land Registry Act" and in the matter of
' Lot 1, Block 74, of Lot 133, Oroup
l. ■-•;•.■
KOOTENAY   DISTRICT,   PROVINCB
OF BRITISH COLUMBIA .:;:_
■-, Map im-... ........... .
TAKE NOTICE that as Application
(No. 2041-1) has been made to noisier Urdtow Stuart Mangin ae eraser U
fee simple ef the above let under   a
Tke
HOTEL
COEUR D'ALENE
Bpokane, Washington
"T.&B HOTEL WITH  A
PERSONALITY"
We believe we
. have more regular patrons from
British Columbia
than any other
Hotel In Spokane
On your next trip
to this city, let us
shew you why
this ls true.
Opposite new Union Station. Close to all placet ot
Interest Rooms elegantly
furnished. Rates as low
at at tht more ordinary
houses.
" ~"i	
See StetraohlpeiUo Beef
L.  M.  SMITH
HAT   RENOVATOR
Ladies and  Gentlemen's Hats
Cleaned and Blocked
OLD   STYLES   BEIODELI.ED
Phone 804
PEERLESS
DAIRY
l, Ttylor, Proprietor
Hat Just purchased t ctr of
HIGH SHADE COWB
(AU Tuberculin Tested)
Milk tad cream twlee dally
Buttermilk twlee a week
The only clarified milk la
Town
We (ttrtatee tt Fletee
FOB SALE CHEAP.—e.enUema**a
coon cost, almost new) three raddles,
slightly used| (ear sets ef harness,
single snd double driving,' earnest,
deub)e sels werUng harness| cress
ent saw aal farm teelsi eto titttr,
tie*.   Apply Pkeae Ht. at
The
KOOTENAY
ORCHESTRA
Is open  for  engagement
for dances, socials, etc
For terms apply to
MRS. R. W. EDMONDSON
Cranbrook, B. Ca
adgnartars tor all kinds
Rapalra
•Mfjfeetloa Guaranteed
JOB MARAPODI
The Shoe Specialist
DR. DeVAN'S FRENCH PILLS ^it
rdAtlof PHI lor Women. $3 a box or thr***lot
,9. Md Bt all Drug Htoret. or inatlM touf
ion receipt of prico.   Thi Scobeli, Dm
CAtharlnc", Of.ln.rln.   ■- -. ■:■
fcoTTlnliQsJS
for Van* md Brain; liicwMH"ffi>
^Twl»-wJllboUdy«W|#-"-" "
15, at drag itont, or by mill <
mlwuii Psuw Co,, it. 0

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