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HIE NATIONAL ADTl.UTISER
KNOWS THK BEST MEDIUH-
II I. I* VTItOMZKS TIIE HERALD
THE CRANBROOK HERALb
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vol,I'M 1: 21
( KA.MIHOOK. B.C., THURSDAY, S I* ITI. 31 Bill 21, 1K22
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FRIDAY
DOROTHY DALTON'S
LATEST PICTURE
REX
"THE CRIMSON CHALLENGE
A REAL TWO GUN
HE-WOMAN IN ACTION
SAT
UR
DAY
LIST OF PRIZEWINNERS
IT LOCH FILL Fi
MOTIIl.lt AM» INFANT
DAUGHTER PASS A WAV
WITHIN A FEW 1IAVS
Within u low duys. Mr. John MoLeotl
finlrics Would lltivc II  Hen. I""" """"'" wntrwrtorot thtaoltj- Iw
.ice llii.l More Time llccn     I!""r"1'"" *"« " » "*"'1" °r "" w "'
Auiiliihlc I'or l.xlilhllors        "■"* ' "' ,,a"«"",r    °" M""""v '""
 _ iieiuii occttrrod of Marguerite Jessie,
ten days' old daughter at Mr. and Mrs.
MiLeoii, at (lie hoMplltil. Al that time
Mrs. McLeod wiih henu-if. lying critically ill, mnl on Prldny moriUng at
ll.lfi a.m., the young wife and nioilier
passed awny, to add to tlie uilgulsll of
ihe bereaved husband mid parents.
Mrs. Alice Lytllgoe McLeod, a bride
nf aboul a year, was still in Uie bloom
of young womanhood, In tlie eurly
twenties, und previous to coming to
iIiIh city, resided with her parents, Mr.
It Ih rogretted   that   lhe people of
Crnnbrook did uol came forward with
limit* exhibits  al   the  fair   last   week,
inn what wore shown were decidedly
good, Owing lo short notice given,
ami advertising mallei' nol being prepared Mil a Bhorl Ume before the fair,
lho growers of Creston ami other districts did not come In with exhibits.
ns Wiih hoped.
The residents of Applelnnd, adjoining lhe clly sent In qtlito a good display of produce Brown without Irrlga- H"a Mrs' Wbgoe, at Yahk. They have
lion, and It is certain that with irrlga- ueen |I1 Ul° ('"-v ,I,,H"« t,le llln08» of
tion very fine crops of fruit and vege- llieIr toughter, and an elder sister,
tahles could be raised. Messrs. W. J. Miu Walker; also resides at Yuhk.
Agland and ti. Richer proved this |»y!Mtdtoo^i not long resident in the eity,
taking many prizes for untrrigated exhibits. Mrs. s. N. Campsail mude a
very good display of vegetables. wln-|inB Lll,! (lonl,le visitation of death in
nlng the D. M. Kerry special prize ofi"10 riimil-v deeply.
iwo dollars' worth tof seeds for the | The r,l"erul of the Ilt,le daughter
best show. J. Delmer also took many °r Mr- Iiml M|,«- Mcl*od took place on
prizes for vegetables and grain, the Wednesday morning. Itev. K. W. Mc
exhibits of Messrs. Delmer und MottlKu>'- conducting the services. Mrs.
often proving quite a problem for the McLeou wiU ,,e IaW to rest °» Su"'
judge to decide. P. Jones, of Wilmer,!flfternoon neXt' 8ervi('e bein* held al
had some excellent potatoes on exhibi- |the Presbyterian Church at 2.30 p.m.
lion, with which ho took   the   first  ■ • ■
DEATH OF MRS. J, •
MAYSTRE TAKES PLAGE     •
AT MOOSE JAW, SASK. i*
GOLF CLUB NOTES
• r LOCAL VIOLINIST
•|  PLEASES I.N RECITAL
PKOOIMU AT PKNTH TON
FUNERAL OF LATE
MRS. SANG ON MONDAY
LARGELY ATTENDED
Relatives in the city received word,
today,   Thursday,  that   the  death  of1    The following are the competitions
Mrs .1  .M.-.ysire, for many years resid-1 which will tuke place during the next
onl in ihis city, paased away at Moose   tow weeks:
Jaw. sask., on Wednesday.   The lute | STKWAHT-MOKRIN CUP
Mrs. Maystre left this city a few weeks      Approach and putt    Three positions, brook {Mv Vln(jten) pink
ago lo reside at Moose Jaw  with re*   three  balls   from  euch  position:   the
latives there, following the death of  lowest aggregate of the beat ball from
Miss Ellen Maystre, her daughter.      leach position to win
Mrs. Hilton, of Yahk. received word'    Hazard to be ployed ut each poel-
the lute Mrs. .McLeod lmd made a num-
. j her of warm friends, wMo are mourn-
on Tuesday thai Mra. Maystre was seriously ill, and later wont came from
Mrs Paine, her sister, thut she hud
passed awny.
The late Mrs. Maystre would huve
attained her ninety-third birthday In
February next, and maintained almost the full use of her faculties until the time she left, und her muny
friends here Will regret to leam that
she did not long survive the dei.'ii of
her daughter, mid will sympathise
with the relatives here In the d uuble
heronvemenl suffered within a few
weeks.
To be playeii off on September
(Pentlcton Herald I
Au excellent concert recital wus
given last night lu Steward's Hall, arranged hy local musicians, with thc
assistance of a visitor from < -pan-
There is no
doubt that those attending were" possessed or a deep appreciation of good
talent as evidenced by their discrimination in things musical.
prize in Wee McQrngors, and he also
look prizes with the sume variety at
Invermere.
In the apple sections, many excellent
displays were made. 0. Richer took
first prize in the Wealthies and W. M.
HIDDEN DEATH AT
VANCOUVER BRINGS
SECOND BEREAVEMENT
Mrs.   W.   F.   Cameron   hus   been
, called   upon    to   suffer    a   second
Ih,tI. second, the latter losing points jbereaveme„, „, ,ler lully, whe„ „„
Monday last, at Vancouver, her bro-
for slight bruises und some stems pul
led   out.
It
to point  out  to tller.ln.,UWi Mr u   w pmiw  pttgM(,
exhibitors ot fruit und vegetables that
size does  not count  in Judging tliese
classes so much, but special stress is
laid upon uniformity by th
ment of Horticulture.
Mr. W. J. Agland waa ahout the only
grower in the district to enter Into
competition wtth outside growers, and
easily upheld the honor of Cranbrook.
Poultry exhibits were numerous,
Mr. Win. Harvey carrying away most
of the prizes in his classes. Mr. A.
Wallach, of Nelson, sent lu some vory
fine Black Minomus, which took all -
the prizes in that seel Ion. year and  under  two. D. B.  Moore;
Mrs. H. B, Sainsbury sent In some  Team fn harness to wagon. Bob Cfls-
ffne honey and a er.se showing bees S('1k- '*. Larson.
at work on their ceils and they man-' AOBICDtTMUL
nor iu which they were filled with ho-     Mare with Coal, F. Clark.   Filly or
noy, gelding three years or over, N. Mc*
Then- were some fine examples of  Clure.   Foal of 19:'2. P. Clark.   Team
sewing,    croobettlng and all kinds of  In harness to wugon, F. Clark. .W. 0.
ladies' work, demonstrating household Morden, H. H. McClure.
arts of all kinds, | (^ENBlUL PURPOSE
away suddenly.      This was the same
duy thut her second daughter, the lute
Mrs. It. K. Sang, was burled here.
Depart-     T))e la(e Mf Kerrier rewl(ied for nifl.
ny years at Kenora. Out., retiring a
few years ago to Vuncoiiver. He was
well known here, having visited in the
city ,on several occasions.
.Much sympathy is expressed for
Mrs. Cameron and otlier members of
tlie family in Hits added bereavement,
the second within such n short time.
LOTS AT GREEN BAY
TOWNSITE NOW BEING
PIT ON MARKET HERE
Elsewhere In this Issue Is published
the announcement of Beale & Ifl] well,
putting the townslte of Oreen Hay on
. tha market, This resort, almoet adjacent ta Cranbrook, hus been gaining
iu popularity every yeur, and with the
increasing use of the automobile, Is
brought ijufte handy to the city.
The area now subdivided includes
tbe entire lake frontage where the two
roads go In to the lake. The lota are
surveyed so us to give a good f rant age
ou the water, and ure taken back from
the high water level.     They aiv* an
DespUe thu known disadvantages of
-ON'- Steward's Hull as a concert audlkor-
PKKNIPKXrS I'I'P ,111)11,   the   pains   taken   by   those   In
Presented by (t. J. Spreull. Men's charge lu arranging the decorations
handicap. Eighteen boles, Matched and fittings, produced the responsive
play. To be played on September 20Ul atmosphere so. necessary on such an
Second   round   by   September   84th. occasion.
Third round by September 27th.   Fin-j    The only changes from the program
ished by Oetober 4th. las previously announced were the sub-
■TOIH PETITION UUI (Mil jstitotion of the violin solo "Viennese
Presented by Mr. Bunyou of Nelson.: Melody" arranged from (luertuer by
Ladies'  nine  hole handicap;   medul.; Krelsler for "Valse Bluet te" by Auer,
To be played for on September 20th.   land the insertion at the commence-
MfCKKKKV CUP ! "ient °r "10 seCona' lli,rL ot "Fiddle ami
Udies'nine hole handicap: matched j'" .wHI,..vioIil1 ob"BI,tn- *lll|K ''>' Mr-
play.    To be started on  September'
:ird and finished liy September SOth.
COLEMAN ('ASBU.NTH'KN
Ladles' eighteen hole; matched pluy.
Open, To be started on Oetoher 4th
and finished hy Oetoher llth.
PROGRAM POR BASEBALL
BENEFIT NIGHTS, AT
STAR NKXT WEEK
Local Talent Will Be Attraction
Monday and Tuesday Nights
as Well as Pictures
A very Interesting program has heen
arranged for the baseball benefit per-
acre in size, more or loss, und aro be- formalizes, to be given at the Star
ing offered at prices varying from $150 Theatre, next Mbnday and Tuesday ev-
to $300. The locations ure eminent- cnlugs. There will be one show only
ly suitable for the erection of sum-   each evening, commencing at 8 p.m,
\V, Weaver.
Mr. Harold Flier was accorded an
encore on both his appearances and
responded with pleasing numbers. In
"ba Donna e Mobile," Mr. (J. VV. Weaver scored u success which tiecesst-
I luted his reappearance, One of the
j most melodious pieces of the evening
! wus the number presented by Mr. Vincent Fink us uu encore lo hia la-st
group of violin solos,
Out of a programme containing so
many excellent numbers, ft is Impossible to give special mention to any
particular Item, but there wus mi entire absence of un toward Incidents
whieh ho often mar public performances of this nature.
Concerning another recital given ut
Summerland, the following Is said in
part:
"Music lovers of Summerland who
attended the concert-recltul given on
Mute testimony to the extent of sympathy which the passing of the late
Mrs. It. K. Sapg on 'Friday last aroused in the city, was seen iu the large
attendance at the funeral, which took
place on Monday afternoon, and the
profusion of florul token, sent by re-
lutlves and friends. Hev. F. V. Harrison conducted an impressive service at the residence of Mr. und Mrs.
W, F. Cameron, and also the service of
committal at tlie graveside. Over fifty cars were in the cortege that made
Its wuy slowly through the city to the
cemetery, The pull bearers were Or.
il. H L, MacKinnon. J. Schell. F. W
Burgess. Dr. J. VV. Rutledge, A. c.
Bowness and Mr. Carlyle, of Lethbridge.
Ftuwers were iu evidence frnm the
following:
Husband, pillow; Mr* and Mrs. W.
F. Cameron, gates ajar;   Mr. ant. Mrs
H l'. Kay. cross; Sadie, Walt and o.
Ferrier. Vancouver, wreath; Mr. and
Mrs. T. C. Cameron, New York,
wroath; Mr, and Mrs. A. C  Bowness,
wreath; Mrs. Sims nud Mary Terrace,
spray. Mr. and Mrs. Bluine. wreath;
Mr. mid Mrs. Schell, cross; Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Ault, wreath; J. Armour,
wreath; Mr. mid Mrs. Doran, spray;
Mr. und Mrs. T. Prentice, Fernie.
wreath; Mr. and Mrs J. Martin, Myrtle und .Iltn. wreath; Mr. and Mrs. A.
Cameron, spruy; Mr. mul Mrs MacPherson. spruy; Mr. and Mrs. Balment.
spray; Mr. and Mrs. Beale. spray: Mrs
T. H. Duncan. Elko, spraj ; Mr. and
Mrs. Otto Gray, wreath; Messrs. A.
und H. Burch, spray; Dr. and Mrs
Fergle, spray. Mr. Greaves and Del-
la, spray; Mr. and Mrs. P, Dallas,
spray; O. B. C. X. V. '/. Club, broken!
wheel; Mr* Jacobson, Lumberton.
spray; Mr. and Mrs Carr. spray; Mr.
and Mrs. Adams, spray; Mr and Mrs.
Marsh, spray; Mr. and Mrs. McQuaid,
spray, Mr. and Mrs. A. K. J one:
StEIK HIGHWAY
IS
Chief Engineer Takes Car Over
Kill I  I.en trill oi' Hain't  lo
Windermere Itmtd
(Special tn The Heraldi
Invermere,  B.C..  Sept.   20, -A   very
happy end was consummated by tiie
r mpleUon of  the Banff-Windermere
highway at the cud of last week.   Tlie
j road is passable now. inn much wjork
i still is required to be done on it before
\ it can be considered open fbr traffic
I It will not be officially opened and permission given for the ordinary traffic
' until some time about the 1st of July.
1933,    The tirst car to pass over lhe
completed work arrived here on Sunday, having started irom Banff iu the
morning,   it was driven by Mr. J   M.
• War dele, the ohief engineer iu charge
lof construction.   He was accompanied
tn this trip by Mrs  VVardele.   The ac.
lual running time from thc crossing of
the Bow River bridge at  Banff until
the cur pulled up iu front of the hotel
here wus seven hours, and the dltMOUCO
covered was 10-4 miles. The distance
from Banff bo ttie Sinclair Hot springs
was computed to i>e 81 miles.
When the roud is in giml condition
it is thought that the run for this distance can be mude in, say, five hours,
which would mean then that it would
be possible to breakfast here,' have
lunch at Band, aud dine at Culgary, or
the other way on. The importance of
t: i> is realised, [sassibly, only by those
who through long weary years have
waited to see the work completed iu
order that ihey might enjoy the wonderful .scenery which the trip over this
scenic route affords.
ii   buiuiuio um   ni'.- iiciuuii ni .-.nm-   t!u.uii evening, vuuiuiciiuiug ui o |f.m„ iii« sprav, ,\ir and Mrs  a e Jones sprav
mer cottages, and no doubt the dem-   and the popular admission price of 50 \ *»™"J ««» »8  n the Empire Hall g^.   ^   mm M(.,ntost] ' f]ower
uud for them will he brisk.    The lots   cents will prevail.   Apart from a good | JJ «"• .SS  S   «?\fal!?^ »«k«*{    «'■   "nd   Mrs.   L.   Leask,
RECREATION  CLUB
NOTES
ure being sold on reasonable terms,   picture thst will be shown, there Ih a I,;       -     -    -     wreath:   Dr
and ure being placed exclusively by   program ot local talent that is worthy |"refr- "per*6"Cf   u"   exceptional Mr an„ Mrs
Benle & Blwell,   ut   whose otliee the   0( every snppbrt.   .The program as at
phin hnfl further information can be  present arranged ife as follows:
hud.
Ktter, assisted by Mrs. Herbert Mc
experienced un except iona
The hall U a large one, and
ELKO BUSINESS MAX
SKLI.S.   tVIIX LOCATE
NOW IN < AMFOBMA
11. II   McCIih-c
>n display and '
The development resulting from the
decision of the pulp and paper men to
locate their big pulp mill near Elko
has caused Klko the loss of one of her
oldest citizens in the person of -Charlie Kllngensmith. .* mun who hus heen
id some good stock     Mare with foul, R Clark, H. II. Mc-|In business there for muny yenrs.
ii many prizes, and  Clure.    Ware or gelding three yenrs!    HIS  mercantile business, drug and
1. Feature Picture
I "Stranger Than Fiction"
|    witli Katherin*. McDonald.     Inclu-
I    ded in this picture Is the greatest
air-circus ever screened.
2. "Kismet"   Cranbrook Kiddies
Misses Willielmlne Woodman,   Eva
treut.
those present were most appreciative
und thoroughly enjoyed each of the
splendid items performed.
The solo, "Zlneunerwelsen" (gipsy
airs), by de Sarasate, played by Mr.
nd   Mr.-*.   Miles,  spray.
Adlund. spray; Key City
1-odge. Not 12. 1. O. O. F.. wreath; Mr.
and Mrs. C. J. Utile, spimy;  Mr  and
Mrs. It. Mt-Ewan, Nelson, spray: Mr.
and Mrs. A. M. Hatton, spray; Mr and
Mrs. T. S. Gill, spray; Mrs. Armstrong I
and l/oretta. spray; Cranbrook Curl-
The Animal .Autumn Ball of the
i'ranbrook Recreation Club will be
held in the Auditorium on Friday,
October 20th. Robinson's live piece
orchestra has been engaged for the
occasion, and they guarantee all the
j latest in musfc.   it is hoped there will
Fink In the first half of tbe program. "■'■■""'-"- «*»*" ' ■•«««*« • *»*|bfl a ,afge croft.d mi ,.aml ro enj()J. ,]ie
was marvellous.    Tbis is a wlerd and „g,C",&l c,,rI,n* sfone: Mr- an,) Mr* , tan and assfsi the ciub in making this
wonderful piece of music in which the    ",lffSonian ^ *PTiir' **' aDdi dance one of the best of the season,
Mrs. Jackson, spray; O R. C. wreath;
took
horses
mid tin
lie   nil
many awards for  and over. R. Stirtoti. Wycliffe.    Filly ; stationery  business and his dwelling, I*/   g^g _
and  swine.      W,  I*   BardgOtl   or gelding one year and under two, | together with al! stock on hand, has' g  Selections
McClures bad some fine
oh-
Itelen   McClure.    Foal   of   year   .922.
show, among others, ,F. Clark. H. H. McClure.   Team hur-
Of the prize cheilites nre now   ness to wngon, P. Clark. T. J. Montgomery
ROADSTERS
Standard bred stallion, J. Pattinson,
stniil.F H0HSES ami PONIES
.Mure or gelding IB bands: .1. Pattinson, J. Cullen    Mare or gelding under
Ifi hands: W. ll. Bardgett. J  Pattinson.
F. Clark.    Saddle ponies 14.1 hands:'  •*■*•*• ■ *
J   Patllueon, W, B. Bardgett, P, Mor-     Mrs. J. Beech returned a few duys
list ni awards as prepared   by  ris. (ago from Spokane where she paid a
vretary Is as follows: I SHEEP} OXFORD DOWNS visit to her daughter. Miss Irene, who
Mosi .it the prize cheques an
ready for distribution and can h
lulued from the secretary^ ofllce,
Mr. A I. Hay. in speaking of the
Juvenile Judging Contest, said that
the buys showed ;i surprising know
lodge ol points iii judging stock, und
ht pes thai when r not hor fair is held.
mon-   boys  mid   girls   will   come   forward
I'h
man, Connie Bassett. Amy Williams,
Evelyn Bowley, Isohel Frame.
3. Song   Mr. Al Knight
4. Selections  Cranbrook Musical
Society Orchestra
n. Song   Miss Frances Drummond
6. Banjo Selection .... Mr. McCarthy
Mr. Mllo Drummond
Robinson's Orchestra
been sold to Kilburn K. Lunn. of Wai- j 9  romic SonK   W1n Derbyshire
do, for a sum close to $10,000. j 10 Selections . Cranbrook Banjo Club
Though   loath   to   leavo   Klko   Just   u   SonR    A, h. Bullock
when ft is i-omlug into its own, Mr. j    pances by Miss Marguerite Caven
Klitigensniit.li got his price asked and ; , m ,
Dsvey. Owen Slye. Madeline Wood-  ««■ ««««• stopping was splendid. |™~  «£J^^.o-SS1*111-" *" * " *"*"*" **"
«_n* r...ini0 «..„„  Amv wiiiiM,.. I    "Wvestrend," by Kriesler. iu tho se- 7?™^?^ per couple; extra lady, 60c.
.-ond half was equally good aud must
conservative Association, anchor: Mr.
have require,! of the player much hard i"."'1 Mr_* "' T^}0', "nd 'amll>'* s»n
work and many hours' practice. "On
Wings of Song," though not such a
masterpiece of music, was very pleasing nnd much enjoyed by the audience.
Mr. and Mrs. H. White   and   family,
Mr. aJid Mrs. J. T. Sarvis returned
wreath, Mr. and Mrs. Adamson. spray; !°"  Saturda>" via &*»**    fr0lil    th
I Mr. and Mrs. Fink, spray; Messrs. Rat-
Oosst, where they enjoyed
ocprld noi back down. He will leave;
for California next week, where he will
devote his whole time to his oil Interests. The three deals were put
through hy Martin Bros, of this eity.
si'irill. riti/.t:  .VINNKK8
: KootonOJ Lumber Co., JLhl. Rest
ut Of heavy draft horses iu harness
wagon   Boh Cassels
Registered aged ram over IL' mos:
J. Cullen, Registered ram under IH
months: J   Oui len,   tleglstored ewe:
J. Culleft, J. Cullen.    Registered ewe
and I
best  H
McClil
Rest dairy
iiu.
Imperial Bank of Cattad
dairy bull. M. McCrindle.
Royal   Rank   of   Canudi
i  $20     Cow, beef grade   hiinh: J. Cullen. .1. Cullen.   tirade ewe:
r   $m w R Bardgett; J. Cullen, J. cullen.   Grade lamb, ewe
mm  10S8   $10 Harold or wether: J. Cullen, J. Cullen.   Orade
wether over 18 months:  J, Chit len, J.
nii'iYc Cup and Shield   Cullen.   Rest two wethers on grounds:
nny breed    T   IS, Alls-',]   Cullen.    Befit two fat ewes: J. Oil-
J len.
$10.    Rest GOATS
I    Besl pulr Angora goats: .1. Rrentitiu.
Two   ac-  Best   p.iir   dairy   goals:   J.   Rrenuan.
is now employed there.
The local lodge of Oddfellows ure
preparing to welcome the Qrand Mas-1
ter or the Order for British Columbia,
M. J. Phillips, of Xew Westminster,
who will  be In  the city early next
lt. P. Moffatt left on Saturday lust
for the Coast, to amxmpany his son
who Is commencing a university
course.
MM
Mrs. P. B. Miles returned on Monday evening from the coast, with her
daughter. Miss Nancy, who was stricken with illness during their stay in
Vancouver.
Dr. S. Bonnet) of Fernle made a fly-
fug visit to Cranbrook on Wednesday.
The doctor has completely recovered
from the attack of blood  poisoning
. which held blm on the shelf for many
mouih on nn official visit.     Degree w6at.*.
wprk  will  be exemplified that  night,j ^
and a social Is also being arranged In
honor of the distinguished visitor.
counts  lu   Rank   of $5 each.     1.   best j Best Angora gout or gouts on grounds:
dairy calf 0 months and under raised  It), Worden (Special).
uud BXhlbltOd by hoy or girl:  Ace. $ff! DATTIE
ll  Q, Austin.   _!. besl beef calf tl mos.      Shorihorn bull one year und under
and under raised and exhibited by boy two: \v. B. Bardgett.   Shorthorn hot-
or girl: Ace. $6, Harold McClure,        fer two years and under three: W. B.
Dr,  King Special.    Host beef cow,' Bardgett.
II years and over: *10, W. B. Ilurdgett.l BEKF (-KADI.S
MeCrimlle Special. Best dairy cow.' Beef cow three years und over: W.
any breed or grude: K. Worden, T. R B. Bardgett. Beef steer or heifer one
Austin.
I). M. Kerry, $1! in seeds. Best eol-
leciion of vegetables or (lowers raised
with any seeds: Mrs. R. N. Campsall.
Royal Household Speclul. Rest while
loaves baked with Royal Household
Hour: 4!)lb. suck, Mr!-.. Mclnnes.
Cream of the West Special. Best
white loaves baked wllh Cream of tlie
West Hour. 081b, suck, Mrs. H. MeOlll; ■l!Hb. sack, Mrs. Mclnnes.
B.C. Spruce Mills Ouessing Competition, Correct number of cubit' Inches, 8,21.5: Mrs. J. S. Brake submitted
a guess of S.1H4 cubic Inches, and has
won the $10 In merchandise nt the
B.C. Spruce Mills Store, Lumberton,
W. I'"* Doran Spooled- puir of shoes
for best per white wyandottes on display — Wm. Harvey.
HORSES
Heavy Draft.   PUly or gelding ou
year aud under two: Margaret J, McClure. Beef calf under one year: N,
McClure.
AYRSHIRE  RE1-1INTERE1I
Bull oue year nnd under two: J.
Cullen. Aged cow three years and
over: J. Cullen.
HiH.STI.IN REMNTEREI)
Bull three years and over: M. Mc-
Crittdle, T. K. Austin. Bull two years
and under three: H. H. McClure. Bull
one yeur and under two: J. Lancaster.
Bull calf under one yeur: Helen McClure. Aged cow three years and
over: H. H, McClure, H. H. McClure.
Heifer one year and under two: Marg.
J. McClure, H. H. McClure.
JEHNEVS OR tJI KRNNKVS
Bull two years and under three: A.
B, Smith. Aged cow three years and
over: M. McCrindle.
(Coattsa-sd oft Plft I)
Rev. J. I'. West man. of Nelson, und
a oue-time pastor   of   the Methodist
.Church in thh city, passed through on
Mrs  .1  II. King WM MM Rueat of ho. I M _, m ....„   ._ h|> my ,„
nor lust wi-*'k ni a reception rivpd hy
the Womenfe  Liberal AH»oolutlon o(
Toronto, anil was frreeled liy a number
ut old irli'iiiis ut the statinu.
ItKHKKAII LODGE TO
ENTERTAIN ORANII
lolllfe * Stewart, cross; Mis.. Annie Mc!1""1 Kc-omp»nl«l their daughter, Mlsa
Burney, spray: Mr. and Mrs. S. c. Alm** ,0 ■'■'l-'mbl.n (olk-g.-, New
1'lark. WyclllTe. wreath; Mr. and Mrs. | Weslmin»'" Mr aml Mrs Sl,rv" ''"-
Santo and daughter, spray; franhrook | -**,wl a r0'a' ,ln]e al ,he *":is'' """'■
j Shrine Club, crescent and star; Post' ""* "'="" "',1 ,rlena,i ,T"<" "lls '"8-
!Olllce Staff, wreath; Mr  and Mrs   W "*' d"rln>r ""'lr """' xb"e'
I'KESOIENT NEXT WEEK ; M. Harris, wreath; Dr. and Mrs. P. tt
  ! Green, spray;  Mr. A. Knight, spray;
Mr.   McPadden,   spray;    Mr.   Black
!.llzabeth I,. Oeorge, ol New Westminster, Urand President of the Rebekah Assembly of British Columhlu.
will be in the olty next week, and on
Wednesday evening. September 27lh.
will bo entertained by Maple Leaf Ite-
hckah l_nlge. After a session of the
lodge, there will be a reception and
dance held ut the Auditorium, to which
visiting Hebekahs and Oddfellows and
also Invited.
IIO NOT DELAY, IS AD-
VICE TO THOSE INTEK-
ENTED IN JlcNAII LOTS
spray; Mr. and Mr.. J. Campbell,
spray; Mr and Mrs. A N, Riddle and
spray; Mr. and Mrs. Oilroy and MlM family, wreath; Mr. anil Mrs. J. li. Hall
Eastman, spray; Mr. and Mrs. R. Pas* spray; .Mr. and Mr* P. \V Adolph.
i-ii-jo, spray; Mr. and Mrs. A. ti. Ward, i Baynes Uke, wreath; Mr. and Mrs.
spray; Mr. and Mrs. McBurney. spray: Oenee*. spray; Mayor and Corporation
Mr. and Mrs1. P. W. Burgess, spray; ! ''Ity "f fcrenbrook, wreath; Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. T. Aulty, Klmberley,', Mrs r. it. Ward, spray; Uuj Mahaffy,
spray; Staff. Western Grocers, star; ! spray; _. Freestone, sjiray; Miss Ma-
Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Leitch, Jafrray. rie Paterson. spray; Mr. and Mrs. I),
spray; Cranbrook Lodge. No. .14. A. P.|R Oarniian,. spray. Mr. and Mrs. II.
* A. M„ si|iiare and cinnpMs; Hocky J. <". McKay. Vancouver, spray; Mr.
Mountain Chapter, R. A. M.. No. 7. raod Mrs J Woodman and family,
star: Selkirk Preceptory No. IS, crou I »|iray; Mr and Mrs Baxter and lam-
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Wallace, floral lias- liy- apray; Mr and Mrs I) A. llin-
ket; H. Drew. Klmberley, spray; Mr. tot., cross, Mrs Bidder and Ivy spray;
and Mrs. 0. Moore, spray; Mrs. Iloo- Mr and Mrs. I. Hark, -pray; Boys of
Ian. spray; J. K. Wood. Lethbridge, ti e Batch, spray, Marapodi *.- Blgatlnl,
spray; w. II. Morris. Wycllffe. wreath; wreath; .Mr and Mr.- Marapodi,
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Roy. star; Mr. and ; wreath; A Derby, Bull Rlrer, ipra);
Mrs. W. Walsh, anchor; Mrs Reade,'Mr wnl Mrs. K. U Doolan, KamlonpH,
Muriel    and    Mervllle, wreath,    Cecil1 spray,    Mr.  and  Mrs.  l\   N   Parker.
New Westminster,    A number of distinguished ladles in coasl circles were
preseni. Including Mrs. Ralph Smith. __„ .,_. (.|||if   nMu „„„ ,„,.„,. Km
and ou behalf nf the organization MrH.
Klnn was presented with a benutiful
bomiuet during the afternoon.
brought to the hospital recently suffering from a broken arm which she
sustained while riding.    She wa» able
...... 'to return home this week feeling much
A. P. Crowe is relinquishing his po- „-!„
sition nt the government building, as,
accountant ami registrar from tho end j   A (>onimU(eit „ J been flppofnte(1 ^
of this mkmth, and ta going to Toronto | Jook |(|(0  ^  BaUw flf taM       fl
S.?2!!l!?*_.f!lf !": :ii ^ "'I radiophone set    in the Y. M. C. A.,
with which the broadcasting could be
ull    points between
Tliere appears to be some misunderstanding with regard to thc date of
the drawing to determine the location
of lots in the Mc.S'ab townslte. Although on or before tiie 16th of December 1,- the date mentioned. It will
he befon* that date if the lots are all
sold, und at the rate they ure being
norlH     the    little <laiiK__t.tr nt*  Ur , ,""'™e(i of" h * » "'eat mistake for | ^r "'„„,,'^ Hlw.  .,ltv   Ml  ill|(, Mr,    i.   _>..,-,,   ■;*...■■    ;.i:      ■      \u
Doris,   the   little •uughter ot Mr. \,nm0 wli0 wa|lt t0 inv|lH, w ,I(,,d off
until near that date.
The contract for the first unit hav-
Reade, spray;  Mr. and Mrs   Hlggbi*
son. Jaffray, spruy; Mr, and Mrs. Kuil-
dy, Jaffray. spray, Mr. snd Mrs. limp-
er. spray; Mr. und Mrs Q, Mumihuti.
pray; Mr. and Mrs. ii. Doris, spray;
New Westminster, has arrived here to
take over the work of anountant at the
government agency here, but no sue* ,. m __d
cessor to Mr. Crowe in the registrar-' ■-       - .-
ship has yet been announced.      Mr.
, picked up fn m
I Seattle and i
ither afield.
Crowe Is going to be sorely missed
from lho city in 0. W. V. A. circles especially, and only little less so In athletics. He has a I ways been willing to
do his share in matters connected with
these two interests, and has heen one
of those willing to do the other fellow's to*>, with the result that he has
made himself iudiSpmiHable. With
Mrs. f'rowe, ho expects to leave the
city ahout the 10th of next month, and
their friend.-, ure hoping that In due
course thoy will lie returning to Crnn-
brook In agmlii moke tbelr bMM litre.
TIIK WEATHER BULLETIN
nti'lelal Thermometer Mendings
At Cranbrook
Max. Mln.
Thursday. September 14  78 37
Friday, September Ifi  7fi 37
Saturday, September 1*1  7fi 43
Sunday, September 17   76 37
Monday, September 18  78 33
Tuesday, September It  83 34
WedMMby, Bapteaker tt .. M U
spray; (J \v V. A., spray; Mr. ami
.Mr- w 6 Johnson, spray; Mr. and
Mrs. Roberts, spray; Mlsa McLeod.
wreath; Everett staples and Emerson
Taylor, Wycllffe, spray; Mr. and Mi-,
j r.
McCreery, spray; f'ranbrook Itasehall Sarvis. spray; Mr and Mrs \v ffol-
rinh, wreath; Misses Mabel ami Huby fer. spruy. Mr, and Mi- Alex. Hurry.
Pin ley, spray; Mrs. hrummond ami fa- spray; Mr. and Mrs li J KIiimt. Van-
Ing been given, there is no doubt that |lljty K|irHy; MtHS w S( Klo| R])ray: rouver. spruy; Mr, and Mrs. (i. Smith,
the work win commence Just as soon Mri Bnd Mrjl Brake aIl(, May Nelaon, "PWi Mr and Mrs J. Pen ness ay.
as a force of men and material can be I wmilih; Mp liI)(I Mr8i n. Markle, Bull apray; Melville Dallas, spray; MJsses
assembled, which should be some time UJV(;r gprflyi Mr nnri M„ A A Ml)r. ■ Dorothy Worthlngton. Kuth Panning,
this month, and ii is hoped and expec- i Kinnon. spray; B. 0. Spruce Mills, | Margaret Worthlngton, Barbara Wor-
le<l that the demand in the bigger een- j Emberton, cross; Mr. and Mrs. J. B. j thldgton and Joule Blefare, spray; Mr.
tres will soon dispose of the remain- Haslam. spray; Staff, Royal Bank,'and Mrs. H* H. Ross. Waldo, wreath;
Ing lots. Moreover, if ft Is decided toL,,ray. Mr am, Mr„ D McFarlane,' J- W, Ross. Waldo,-star; Mr. and Mrs.
double the capacity of the mill, it will spray; Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Delany.lT. H Anderson. Waldo, wreath; Cecil
*'"'    "" '" "    "" """spray;  Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Roberts, (and Oraco Ross, Waldo, heart; Mr. and
capacity to accommodate the neces-
spray; Al. Manning and Frunk Mati-
sary population that will he depend- n0u( Wfl8Bf Bpray. Mr afl(i Mr8i j. P
ent on such an Industrial venture.        \ScniU Hpray. M|. amI MrH p A Sma„
■ •* • spray; Mr. and Mrs. I). A. Sutherland,
Victoria, B.C.—So prosperous have spray; Mr. and Mrs. O. Sinclair spray;
become the Doukhohors settled uround j Mr. ami Mrs. Beech,   spray;    Misses
Nelson, B.C., that they have paid up in'Woodland. DeCew, McCallum and P.
cash $700,000 of $1,000,000 capital of McDonald, spray; Mr. and Mrn. A. F. IS. I->*I«-h, spray; Mr. und Mrs. F. Was
the company they formed on June 24|Oltowe;  Mr. aud Mrs. R. M. Brewer, i sou, spray; Mr. und Mrs. D. Campbell
Mrs. I'eter Ratter. Hanna, Alta., spray;
W. (J. Klfby, Rocky Mountain Mouse,
Alia., spray; Orville Klrby, spray;
Miss Klrby, spray; Mr, ami Mra. J. A.
Cameron and Alice. Medicine Hat, Alta., wreath; Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Ben-
nlger, Creston, wreath;  Mr. ami  Mrs.
last to carry on their buying aud sell-, spray; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wilson,
Ing. returns furnished to the I'rovin- spray; Mr. and Mrs. K. I*. Staples,
clal Government here show. The spray; Mr. and Mrs. I, Clapp. spray;
Doukhohor co-operation is registered I Mr ami Mrs. Chas. Smith, spray; Mr.
ns the Christian Community of llulver-land Mrs. A. 1'. Noble, apray; Mr. and
sal Brotherhood, Ltd., capitalised at! Mra. J. l-*ark and famllv, apray; Mr.
H.0M,Mt.
apray; Mr. and Mrs. T. Caven, sprav;
Mr. and Mrs, R. F. Sang, Lethbrldge,
wreath; Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle. anil
MIhh Moras, Lethbridge, pillow; i>. p,
Carlyle. 1-ethbridge. wreath; MrH, it.
McFarlane. Calgary, spruy,   Mr.   and
tmmtimUm BcaiUwaiU, e«rw; 0. Larey.'Mrt J. M Kennedy, Spray. PAGE   TWO
TIIK   CltANBROOK   IIDIIAM)
Thursday- September 91,  ltl*_*_
TWENTY  YEARS  AGO
Extracts Irom tlie Cranbrook
Herald ot tills  date.  1902.
RICHINVITAMINES
Mr. C. H. *c*olleo lias announced tlie j
ale of the Kootenay Central charter
The Satisfaction that good
work gives is worth many
limes what yon pay.
IK   MIT  SATISFIED
TRY
RAWORTH BROS.
Jewelers and Opticians
CP.R. Watcll Inspectors
NKXT 'I'll I'OSI OFFICII
tbe Cranbrook Gerald
i'liblislied every Thursday.
F.  A.   WILLIAMS
Editor and l'rynrletor
to British  interests,
(lie proposed route
mediately.
and a  survey of
The St. Eugene Mine
now closed down entire!
HOU or men wlio were en
pie or months ago, only
now remain. Tin*
prices Ih responslhle.
Moyi
ami ■
SuInscription Trice .
To United .stales ..
$2.1.0 jkt year
. il.M per yeur
-Win.   a   MImIiiii   Without   ■   Muik'
I'rlnteU by  Vuluo Labor
Atlr-et UfiiiK' Katefl on Application.
Chaugeti fur Adv>..-ri i.-hiiik MUST b« ID
thia ulU.ee Wedueatlay noon the currtnf
sreek tu future attention.
CRANBROOK,  BRITISH   COLUMBIA
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1022.
THE FLARE-UP IN THB
EAST
ul-1
Mil '
Mystery Mack of Montreal
A Serial written Bpeclally tor tlie Oranbrook Herald.
1. The Stanton Murder
By DEAN KEATS
CRANBROOK,   B.C.
MAKE PERFECT BREAD
jusi n
peopl*
propo
new
penlng m
l town of MorrlBBo;
and many Cralibr
I'stltu;  theinsotvct
SYNOPSIS
John Stanton, Ranmore Super in- j
tendent or tlie R.C.R., bus been found
murdered In his offlce, Mytery Mack
ol' Montreal, well known detective, is :
culled in by tlie railroad to probe the
mystery, An initialled pocket knife,
supposed lo belong lo Joe Murphy,]
who ia knowu to have hail cause to
W H. Rossol F<
Monday, alter havl
Croak,
.Mrs. E. <1
have let. ti
Erlckson
Sclirolbor
Erlcksi
mlenl.
tmt..
isional
A ipi
WI1MUMJ *
•
ATKINSON - IHMtIS
nn the Creston Review I
wedding WUB celebrated on
I
What tliu rraiiliroiik
Troop Is lining
Illllg (it* Labor Day, at llle home
lot Ml-, antl Mrs. Joo Atkins  when
Miss Draco Doris, oi Cranbrook, was
I united iii marriage witli Arthur K! Alison, warehouse manager ror the
ostott Frnli Growers' Union, l.ttl.
ie couple were linalleliileil and only
i- [mmotllate relatives witnessed the)
jijiy event, which was solemnized by
Father Bessette. For the present
hey are making tbelr homo with Mr.
iinl Mrs. Joe Atkinson, who are oeeu.
tying ilie Tunsteil luiine nn Victoria
tventle.
Scouts
Willi ii rapidity tiiat haa
hardly given time in examine
lho causes, lho war clouds liavo
onco again gathered ovor Europe autl threaten at any time to
In-oak. Ai tliis distance it is difficult lo see whether the trend
of British diplomacy is towards
a settlement hy negotiation, or
whether an uncompromising
front is lo ho maintained towards Turkey, li may well ho
Ihal a display of arms is being
mado wiih Iho intention of showing Iho Turk Ihal he has lillle
hope ul Iliis time of gaining Ihe
height of his ambition, and that
there arc other powers lo deal
wiili nol quite so spineless as
Greece appears to have'been. On
the other hand, there is little
doubt lml tbat Britain is preparing for eventualities, bearing
in mind the lessons of the previous war.
Flushed with victory over the
Greeks in Asia Minor, tlie Turkish leader in iiis exuberance is
putting a high price on Ihe cessation of his Activities, which
constitutes a bargain Britain is
not prepared to agree lo. Hy
lho treaty of Sevres, which settled Iho claims of tho Balkan
Slales against Turkey, following the capitulation of the ot-
lonian empire in Ihe great war,
Constantinople, lhe capital city,
antl the Hosphorus connecting
iho Mediterranean and Black
Sou, was made a neutral zone,
anil other stipulations were put
intoelTecl lo curb Turkish influence in Thrace. In Asia Minor, round the vicinity of the city of Smyrna, a Greek Bphere
of Influence was established.
Chafing under those restraining
requirements, and alleging ter-
ritortal violations of the treaty
by the Greeks, the Turkish
Nationalists, or Kemelists - so
called nfter tlieir leader, havo
resorted to arms, routing tlie
Greeks in Ihe vicinity of Smyr-
.,.:. ami advancing towards Constantinople, Intending to re-es-
iiiiilisii ii iii nil iis former glory.
Canada Is a signatory to tho
treaty of Sevres, and thore is
no question hut that this Dominion, when the call lo arms
comes, will he found ready to do
her part. And In the meantime the world is agog to see
whether lho dogs of war are again to lie unleashed, A round
tabic conference of seven powers is being called lo deal with
Ilie situation, and if the Turkish
loader modifies his attitude at
all, Ihere is reasonable hope
Ihal war will he averted.
search until tlie afternoon, and found
nothing until  ho visited an obscure
Utile  shop  In  the  foreign   quarter;
here, Willie looking tltrouglt It pile of
writing material, lie camo acroes whal
lie wanted.   Turning to tlie gentleman
ot Jewish extraction  who conducted
tlie shop, be asked:
"Do you remember selling a writing
,. ...   .. i     i     „ i„ .,„.,,,i inlpad or Hits description within it"' lasl
dislike Itie niurdered lunn, ia tuund III'' '
lho room, but the detective also llnds] '"•*' llll-vs-
Vliy nsk mo?   Mow should I lin
some clues that seem to indicate a feminine bund In tbe mystery, lie com*
mottces his investigations by talking
wiih a Mrs. Ruscom, whoso hunchback
son Ih ulso known to liavo borne a
strong dislike to tliu murdered railroad olllclal. Muck spent some time
llml night giving the exterior of the
building unit iis surroundings a close
examination, mul in doing so unearths
a woman's Initialed handkerchief, This
lie places along wilti other feminine
lues, and Ills next step is lo go
<k mo?   How sin
Tlie Jew raised Iiis nrui
prosslve Jewish gesture.
"I'erhnjiH this would be
Ory?" Mystery Muck to,
lur bill from his packet
llllek   and   forth   between
Hi,
ex-
while 111
eil lis e
■ your nielli
ii live did-
id pulled ll
iiis llngerB,
third ouo eh! I'll add it to my col-1 into his vest pocket and touched some-
leetlon." I thing there meditatively. There, curl-
lie compared il with the other two ed up so neatly, were those Bllky black
anonymous messages; the paper was] hulr9; .,,„ lm.llol ,„„ Mvor „,c „„.
exactly the same In all three.
One by one he placed tlie three mes
sages under the microscope;   in an I unravel the Stanton murder mystery?
three the betraying marks of the writ- i Wonld tbey unravel  it  iu  time?    lu
er were tbe same.   There wus no doubt [ time to prevent hts death?
ihal be bad before him u message writ*
len by the murderer of John Stanton.
Who wus he?
or was it u woman?
How did tliese mysterious messages
gel into tlie room;  how did tlie person who delivered  them get  awuy so ■
quickly?
Mystery     Mack's    accumulation    of [
mysterious evidouco was growing.   He
lurked the latest uildltUin In his vest j
pocket along with Hie rosl of litem, |
then went oui  for bis evening meal. J
lie  dined   well,  exceedingly  well,  he
ibought to himself Willi a smile, for n .
man wlio was condemned to die within
Hie next iwcniy-foiir hours.
Did   Ihe   wilier  of   III
wizened lllll
ry movemon
Hebrew
Willi  I'll
winch
signed notes of mystery;  would they
(To bo continued)
A MILLION
DOLLAR BABY
• the murdorod ot John
Ihreal   ul   ileal li,   he
"VIC dollars vnr a fiuosttou! \'0
iilishness! 13-os Uie man cr-r-usyV
"Perhaps;   bin this live dollars
Murphy, whose knile wa* found yourB, ol' yon enn recall whether yo
The summer season Is
all over Canada are back from camp
to their homes and to sehooi life and
lo work life again. The tents, the
■aamp tire, tlie stream anil rook house
will not. bo soon forgotten. Many of
their experiences during the summer
of what tbey saw, the tish they nearly
caught, tin. baseball games, etc., eli*.
Boys will take off their coals and
proiidly show the badges won, nnd
those wlio see lire making serious resolves to add a ILst of badges to their
uniforms this winter.
Officers nre planning for a big supper lo start off the fall program,
Scouts are fond of sport, hut make
good at school. They realize ihat If it
were nol for onr schools our country
would bu as helpless ns Russia.
Scouts are out lo win, bul are often |
toinpted by a sly little fellow named j
"Qoodenuf." lie sits at your elbow all
day long, ami when imperfect ion seeks
your approval, be whispers, "Let it
go, it's good enough." It may be dirty,
crooked or clumsy, hut "Qoodenuf" has
a ready excuse aud proffers a willing
apology. Fortune and Fame will pass
you by if you listen to "Ooodenuf,"
and you will ho condemned to mediocrity.
All Scouts who would like to take a
.short run and finish with a shower at.
the "Y" are asked to bo at the V.M.C.A.
building on Saturday morning at it)
o'clock. Bring your gym sail, running
shoes, and a towel.
On Sunday afternoon at :i o'clock In
tho Methodist Church Major Hicks will
present the MacKinnon Cup for First
Aid lu Ihe Eagle Patrol.
ATKINSON -  PAUI
At the Uaptist Parsonage. Norhury
enue, on Wednesday, September 20,
lhe wedding took place of Miss lngrt.il
Palm, of Kimberley, ami Mr. Ernest
Gordon Atkinson, of Rossland. Rev.
\V. T. Tapscott outdated. Mr. uud
Mrs. Atkinson will make tlieir home in
Rossland. where Mr. Atkinson Is the
owner of a garage.
The Howness Export Company of
Cranbrook, capitalized at $40,000, has
beon licensed as an extra-provincial
company, to do business In B.C.
Por the first time in Its history
Creslon will entertain the deanery of
Bast Kooleuuy, which will meet here
in a three-day session on Monday.
Tuesduy and Wednesday next, ut the
Parish Hall. Clergy from Fertile
•Golden, Invermere and Cranbrook are
expected to attend, as well as Arch-
deacon Graham, of Nelson. The deliberations will he presided over by
Rural Deal F. V. Harrison, -of Cranhrook. — Creston Review.
CORNS
Lift Off with Fingers
When using x
WILSON'S   \
FLY PADS
READ   DIRECTIONS
CAREFULLY   AND
-     _.     FOLLOW THEM/
\<      EXACTLY/
A
Best of all Fly Killers 10c
per Packet at all DrucEists,
Grocers and General Stores
have sidd uuy writing material exactly
Jio same as Ihis wilhin the past few
lays or weeks, aud give mc a doserlp-
mlnute! Yes,
■emi-mher just
car  lhe murdered man.    I lux  inter-
lew with Murphy does nut apparently
lead to anything, the man proving a
typleul hot-headed son of Erin.    llo.!ltm f"' t,le purchase
his another interview with Jed Ruscom, the hunchback, and becomes convinced of his Innocence.   Later, at his
hotel, a note ls put under his door endeavoring to fasten the crime on Murphy.    Examination  of the  notes   re-. ■—,___________________________________________
veals the fact that It is of foreign detective jotted down something in n
origin, and putting ibis and other memorandum book, and handed the
clu-es in his possession together thej ,ive dollars over ta the greedy Jewish
detective starts on his hunt for the  Angers.
murderer of Stanton. His suspicion ",'et ,,lnl help you to forget, too,"
rests on an Italian named Perrerti who! ',e sa'1'-
has had disagreements with Murphy,' "Vot iH easier than to vorget, von
ml in the guise of a canvasser the de-jthe iirlco is Sood; 1 ask you?" was the
tectlve  locates the house.    He  nextt Jewish parting shot.
"Vait a minute! Vail
yes. yes! Vliy now 1
like it. wus yesterday ;     ^^^^^^
"Then tell me!" Mystery Mack
leaned across Ihe counter, and the Jew
whispered a few words in his ear. The
turns his attention to tiie mysterious
notes he has heen receiving.
CHAPTER s
When Mystery Mack subjected the
note threatening him with death unless he dropped the Stanton murder
case, to close scrutiny under the magnifying glass, he discovered that it
was as he suspected; tlie writer of this
and the previous note were the sume
person.
That meant a great deal to Mystery
Muck, and he therefore laid his future
plans wtth great caution. A slip now
would mean the escape of the murderer. He had never allowed u Flip of
tills kind to happen In his varied career; once his coils closed around a
guilty man that, man never escaped.
For a whole day Mystery Mack con-
flned himself to his hotel room, bad
his meals sent up. and saw no one but
the waiter. From every possible angle
be went ovor his theory, and ho could
lind nothing thut would not stand the [
lest of deep reasoning by his analytical mind. Yes, and this was oliarac-
teristic of the great detective, lie did
not hurry; satisfied that he wan right,
ho spent the evening reading a magazine, retired eurly, and slept Die deep
sleep that comes to those with untroubled minds.
The next morning he began the
search uf Hit*, shops of Ranmore, but
worked until noon without any reward for his labors.   He continued his
.Mystery Mack returned to his room
at the hotel, aud before long was lib
SOrbed In a comparison of iiis purchasi
at the Hebrew shop, with the paper in]
the   mysterious   messages.     He   was |
Naturally, thorn* who sea this heading expect to rend about some "baby
heir" uf an American multi-millionaire,
and they will he surprised 1<> learn t hat
sueh a description applies to a sclentlfia
pyorrhea prevent ative, I ont h ami incut li
preparation, and thoy wili doubtless
'.-.under bow such a product ever came
to he spoken of as n "million dollar
. babv." So the stow must he told.
anonymous   uVer three yenrs ago, the Research
ole really believe that he would give1   Department of the  Rexall Company,
in consultation with chumlcnlspecialists,
began an exhaustive investigation inlo
llu- disease Pyorrhea, and its proper
treatment, and in their characlerisii-
cally thorough way spent over two
years before thoy perfected a compound
which auswcicil every test, according
to their high standards. Such a remarkable demund has been created that they
have named it "llu- Million Dollar
Baby." Probably no preparation that
is devised for use as a germ committer
waa found so efficacious in preventing
all contagious discuses that enter the
system through the mouth and nose as
Klenzo Liquid Antiseptic. Especially
was it proved that users of it completely
escaped all attacks of the tlu when so
prevalent last year. This Rexall product can he purchased in 35c. ami i.Uc
special toilet bottles at
CO.
up ihe quesl f<
staitlon,  nude ^^^^^^^^
wondered?
It. wasn't the flrsl time iu his career
tbat he bad received threatening letters. There was tbat time at Winnipeg
when ihey nearly got him! Vet liere
ho was, alive, and slill able lo enjoy a
well ordered dinner.
Thus he mused tn himself as Ihe
waiter hovered over him. anticipating
his every want.
"Mystery Mack threatened with
death," whal an absorbing story the
newspaper men would write around
tlmt. Whnt a splendid headline it
would make in the dally papers, liut
be wouldn't give them the story. It
would be one more good story tbat
they would miss, he decided.
He readied a long and bony finger
BKATTIK-NORLK   DIUJCI
Tht %wlci Stotv
CRANBROOK      -      -  B.C.
Where It pays to deal
still occupied with this, when a while!
missive came over the open transom
in the form of a paper arrow ami landed at his feet.
Without going to the door, the detective picked it up uud read It. Tho
message, printed in capital letters as
hefore. read:
"YOU ARI*: TO DIE WITHIN TWEN-
TY-FODIt HOURS l.XI.ICSS YOU
MAKE A PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT
BY TO-MORROW NOON THAT YOU
CANNOT SOIA'E THK STANTON
MURDER MYSTERY."
"Rather a lot of printing for nothing,'' Mystery Mack said aloud, speaking his thoughts, and smiting, "The
The Kind of
Battery Economy
We Recommend
MADE IN  CANADA
BATTERIE5
There is only one kind of battery economy
— get.a good battery like the Exide, then let
us give it the attention it deserves.
Regular inspection and testing by our service
department will discover battery troubles
before they become serious, no matter what
make of battery you use.
Ratcliffe & Stewart
(' II A N It It l> 0 K,   11. C.
THE   LONG-LIFE   BATTERY   FOR   YOUR   CAR
ASTHM
farid''"
FEVER
The Standard Remedy for HU-Fr.vt.lt
and Asthma. Sold by all jJimJ Uru^'.ists.
I nr frut Trial w rile Tempi etonsJiiruuKi
Sold By
Cranbroolt Drug \ Hook Ca.
Piano
W. Smith
Cornet und Saxophone
W. A. Burton W
Violin
Thompson
Drums and Bells
Nigel Thompson
Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop a llttl*
"Freezone" on au aching corn, Instantly that corn stops hurting, then
shortly you lift it right otf wltb fingers.   Truly!
Your druggist sells a tiny bottle at
"Freezone" for a few cents, sufficient
to remove every hard corn, soft corn,
or corn between tbe toes, and the cal-
lusset, without soreness or irritation
The Cranbrook
Dance Orchestra
P.O. Ilui _S1I
MUSIC YOU'LL TAKK HOME IN YOUIt PEETI
Usual Terms Oaten can lio mode with tiny of tho players
MILK AND CREAM
MIl.K     l_i/_i*. (piurt
Over 2 quartB a dny .. lie
WHIPPING citKAM
i/:. pint  20c.
Tolophonfl
C. GODDERIS
Saturday* Specials
ALL No. I QUAMTY 11 CATS.  THE BEST OBTAINABLE
CHOICE Shoulder RoasU ol Beet, Prodi Killed, tier 111    I'*i*.
CHOICE Pot lloosl Deef. l-'n-sh Kllloil, per II,  llle III Kr
CHOICE llrlsket Boll, per II, '    Be
CHOICE! Stewing lleef. |ier II,  lie In llle
CHOICK Shoulder Itraml I'nrk. Fresh Killed, per III 2Se
CHOICK Log Roast I-ork. Freeh Killed, per lh 85r
CHOICK Blmulilcr Veal. ProBll Killed, per lb 18e
CHOICE Leg und Loin Ronsl Visil. Fresh Killed, per Ih  line
CHOICK Pol Rossi Veal, FroBh Killed, per Hi  I_!_c In 15c
CHOICK Veal, SlewillB, per Ib  lflf
CHOICK Slew  Mutton,  per  lh  lilt
CHOICE Fresh Heel' Heart, per Ib    He
CHOIOE Fresh Calf's Heart, per Ib  lflf
CHOICK Fresh Beef l.lver, II lbs. for Slic
CHOICK Fresh Beef Tongue, per Ih  He
SPECIAL PIIOM Olll OUN MAKES (FOB SAT. ONLY)
SaiiHU|-e, per lb  Km-
Hamburger, per lh  16e
SEE OUK WINDOW EHIIIAV NIGHT
Spci-lnl on Fresh Killed Llllllll mill Million Nexl Niitiirilnj
BMOKBD PICNIC SHOULDER    Sflr lb.
Cranbrook Neat Market
Norhury Avenue
Phone N
Opposite Clly lillll
The Corporation of the City
of Cranbrook
TAX SALE
September 30th
PAY  YOUR DEUNQCKNT TAXISS  BEFORE
THK ABOVK DATR AND SAVE YOUR PROPERTY.
A LIST OF PROPERTI1-.R  WHICH   WILL  III*.
OFFERED  FOR  SALE   CAN   HE   SEEN   AT
THE OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK.
THE   LAST   DAY   FOR REBEEMINO    PROPERTIES
SOLI) AT TIIE  lll-'l TAX SALE  IS
SEPTEMBER HU. III'-'*...
Edmondson's
Dance Orchestra
Latest lllls
Box 522
OI'KN   FOR   ENGAGEMENTS
I'he Music Willi I'he Pep
Mr. Lewis Yiider. Violinist
Phone list
Aspirin
UNLESS you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you
are not getting Aspirin at all
Accept only an "unbroken package" of "Bayer Tabids of
Aspirin," which contains directions ami dose worked out by
physicians during 22 years and proved safe liy millions for
Colds Headache Rheumatism
Toothache       Neuralgia Neuritis
Earache Lumbago Pain, Pain
Handy "Bayer" boxen of 12 tablet)*—Altto bottles of *M and 1IHI DniKjiists.
Aspirin !■ llio Irntl*, mirk (r*-[lilereil In Can-<1_) of Ilayr-r Mnnufar.tnr-i nt Mnni-
(i< film, lil, mit uf Hallcyllc-i'M. Whllu It I. well known that A.iililn a,,,-,,,,*, llny.r
mnnufncturi'. to nialst ttlu public ukiiIiihI Imitations, the Tslilcts or Daycr Cumimliy
will bo stamped with tbolr general tnulu mark, thu "Ilayor cross."
Bruce Robinson
Toucher of Musle
Studio above Murdock McLeod's. Phone 295
ROBINSON'S ORCHESTRA-DANCES ARHANGEO FOR
Sub-Agent i Heintzman & Co. Pianos Thursday, September ill, 1093
THE   CHANBKOOK   IIKItAI.I)
PAGE   THREE
LIST OF PRIZE WINNERS AT Heller one yonr mm under two: M. J.
FAIjIj FAIR McClure,   II.   McClure,   s.   McClure.
(Continued' from  Pace  One)       i""1""'   ''""'   sis    ""s   i""1   umto
IIAIKV (iltlliDS ' twelve; R. Sllrton, T. B. Austin.   Hel-
Aged cow three years nml over: T. ''<"' ralt -"idol* six mouths: T. li. Aus-
E Austin, K. Wordan, T. K. Austin.
tin.
WRIGLEYS
I IIUII'IOVSIIII'S
I    Best dairy cow: T. 15. Austin.   Dost
dairy heifer  ler three years: Marg.
.1    McClure.    Best dairy  hull  threo
lyears snd over: M. McCrindle, Host
dairy imll uuder 3 years: A. 1). Smith.
Best beet cow three years and over:
VV. ll. Bardgett.   BsbI bee! heifer u'n-
.tler three years: W. B. Bnrdgett. B--.it
beef bull under Unci- years: W B,
Bardgett, BobI dairy calf: Ben <:.
Ausiin. ll II McClure, Best he-ef
calf iniiler six months raised by boy
or girl miller l«: Harold McClure.
SHI.VK
forks or Tamworths. Sow ovor 12
months: A. B. Smith. Suw under 12
montlis: A. 11. Smith.
Poland Chinas, Durocs, Etc Registered boor under twelve months: F.
Clark, Registered suw oyer twelve
iiiimilis: I*. Clark. Registered
uuder twelve months: F. clurk.
crow.   Pullet:  D. Halcrow,
~a'ii "oiii'is." II,t*.   Pullet: a  Harper.
Itraliinns. CocllillB, Langshans. I'nek:
A. II. Smith, Hen: A. B. Smith, A, II
smith   Pen: A. B. Smitli. v B. Smith.
Plymouth Barred Rocks. Coek: W:
Harvey. Hen: VV. Harvey. w. Harvey.
Cockerel: Vi. Harvey, VV. Harvey. Pullet: W. Harvey. Mrs. .1. Paitiuson. Mrs.
J. Paitiuson.   Pen: VV. Harvey.
Plymouth RockB, White. Cock: Vi.
Speuce. Hens: VV. Spence, VV Spence.
Pen: \v. Spence.
White Wyadddttes. Cork; Vi. Harvey, A. A. Williams. I
vey. W. Harvey. Cocker
son, Mrs. W. J. Dodgi
Pullet: Vi. Harris, Mrs
Dodge. Pen: VV. Halve;
T. Pattinson.
Wyandottes, AO. Colt
I'KT STOCK
Pl« is. Magpie:   K*   .1   II
I' J. Ilarliinsiiii.
A.o.v.   i„ I'uterson.
HtlllllTS
Heuiish     liiuuts
II. Taylor
Lamont (spe*
ower: .1. Del-
Corn: .1   Del*
Richor, Alts.
•hri:
T. Christian, T.
Voung Hutch:
Han.
IHIIT V\U vhoktuilks
Apples,   plate.     Duchess:   VV.
Douglas.   Bull   River.    Transpare
W.   A.   Douglas      Wealtliy:    Vi.
er  nl  pigs
ider  Iln
 itlix
'nbbage
iiion.'clal), tl. Taylor    t'i
mor, I.  i.iiini'iit    s\
mer.    Beei, round:
li    Mclnnes,     Hem.   long:   tl.   Tay*
ititttl.Ilor 2nd.   Oltnrd or Spinach Heel: Mrs.
litis*.Ottu tlray, Mrs, s. N. Campsall.   Lettuce, loose: il. Taylor, Mrs. lltlo tlray.
JLeltuce, lull:   Mrs. s.  X. Campsall.
A.  Siinasli:   P,  Ryckntan ot Fort  Steele.
i:  Mrs.  s.  X. Campsull.    Pumpkin:  0.
.1   Taylor. Mrs. S. N. Catupsalt.   Clleum-
Agland.   Hyslop Crabs: vv. .1. Agland, her: Mrs. s. X. Campsall, 0. Taylor.
Vi. A. HotiBliis.   Bos Wealthy: vv. J. Melon: Mrs S. N. Campsall 2nd.   Clt-
Agland. * Iron: Mrs s X Campsall 2nd.   Toum-
CH.t.MlltlMIK   AMI   IIISTRMT        toes:   II. Taylor. T. .1.  Mull.    Onions,
Apples,   plate.     Alexander:   Chas. white or yellow: Mrs. S. N. Campsall
■ West,   "Duchess:  A,  I,.  Harnhariil. .1.  2nd.    Onions, red:   Mrs. s.  N. Camp-
Dodge, Mrs.l|U,lmer 0 Taylor,   fellow Trunspnr-lsall 2nd.   unions, pickling: Mrs. S.*X.
Doil-le':ent:   11.  Richer   2nd.     Wealthy:   0. Campsall  lst.    Peas,  plate:   Mrs   .1
Richer,  W.   Harris.  A.   I..   Bernhardt. Brennan 2nd.    Beans, broad:  Mrs.  ll.
"k:  "■ Hyslop  Crab:   w.  .1.  Agland,  A.   |JMidlines.   Rhubarb: il  Taylor.   Best
ll"L''""1-    M""    "   ""*'-"    "   H"--- Barnhardt, Lyman Taylor. Transcend- Collection  ,„■   Vegetables  and  Table
ent Crab: A. I.. Barnhardt. Runts: Mrs. s. x. Campsall, (I. Taylor
Plums, Green Guge: A. I.. Barnhardt.|Mrs. on i Cray.
AV   Har-
T. Puttin-;
W.   Harris
Mr:
Hampsbtres, Boar under twelve
months: r. Clark, sow under twelve
months: F, Clark.
Market linns.    Besl  sow or barrow
11)22: Harold McClure, Oeo. Harrier.
Besl pig oi 1922 raised and exhibited
by boyorBirl: Donald McClure, Harold McClure.
Jl VKMI.K STOl'K JI'UCIMI
CO.HI'KTITION
itins.   Cockerel: H. Huggins.   Pullet:
11. Elugglns.   Pen: 11. Huggins.
Rhode Island Reds. s.r    Cock:  .1.
Martin, T. Pattinson.   Hen: T. I'atiin-
'ulle
1*01
T.  I'l
A.   B.
J.
Pat*
P.J.
This new
candy-coated
gum delight
young and o
It "melts in your
mouth" and the gum in the
center remains to aid digestion,
brighten teeth and soothe mouth
and throat.
There are the other WRIGLEY
friends to choose from,
"After
Every
Meal'
sonson. T.  1'alllnsoii.
tiiison. j Martin,
I'nrnlsli.   any   color
.Smith. A. B. Smith.
Miscellaneous,    Hen:  Mn
tlnson, Mrs, .1. l-ttttltiMiin.   Pullet
HitrbiliHon, F. .1. Harbinson.
A.O.V. Not Classified. Cockerel: 0
Harper. T. Pattinson. Pullet: T. Pat.
Cattle: Stownrl McClure, Duo Brake, ci„s()„ T patt!neon.
John Chirk. Horses: John Clark.. 0(Um cock: W. A. Wnlsli
Warner Keer. Han Brake. Swlnu: ;„,. w A, Walsll, W. A. Wulsh.
John Clark. Stewart McClure, Warnor u,imi,, A ox ,.(„.k. w A mm
K-"-r- ! Hen: VV. A. Wulsh. VV. A. Walsh.   Pen:
Vi. A. Walsh.
Apples, box. Duchess: (1. Richer.
Wealthy: 0. Richer, AV. M, Harris,
W. M. Hurris.
A.O.V. Plata   A. I.. Barnhardt.
Plate Red Aslrncllltll, Special: Miss
Oreenwood.
*.KAI>S AMI IIIIASSKS
ITI.INAKV  AMI  DAIRY
Wlll-e bread: Mr- (In,, Cray. Mrs
s. Johnson. Graham bread: Mr* W,
II.    MocFnrlunc,   Mrs.   n.   Macllines.
I glinuts:  Mrs, 11. Brlggs, Mrs. D.
Mclnnes.   Cookies: Mrs. T. Christian,
Miss   Ivy  Dezall.    Com Meal Oems
Bantams.   Cock:  Mrs. ,1. Pattinson
Mr_. J. Pattinson, Mrs. J. Pattinson.
Pen:  Mrs. J. Pattinson, Mrs. J. Pattinson.
Any variety other than name.   Cock:'
POULTRY
Susses, any eohuir. Cockerel: P. J
Harbinson, Pullet: J. Martin. 3. Mar-
tin.
Legjhorns, S.C. While. Cock: F. J.
Harbinson. Willie Spcnce. Hen: P. J.'
Harbinson, F-. J. Harbinson. Cockerel: P. Clark, T. Pattinson. Pullet:
P. J. Hnrblna-Dii, p Clark. Pea: P. J.
Harbinson, T. Pattinson,
Red Cups.    Cook:  T. Pattinson, A.
Ryder.    Hen:   A.   Ryder. A.  Ryder.IPattinson.
Cockerel: .A. Ryder.   Pullet: A. Ry-     Ducks, Pekin.
dor.   Pen: A.Ryder. nan, Mrs. 8, N. Campsull,   Female: M.
Leghorns, II.C. White.    Cock: Mrs. | Frost. Mrs. J. Brennan. .
VV. J. Dodge. Hen: Mrs. W. J. Dodge.I Rouen. Mule: WInnifred Haymen,
Mrs. Vi. J. Dodge. Cockerel: Mrs. VV. M. Prost. Female: M. Prost, M. Prost.
J. Dodge. Mrs. VV. J. Dodge. Pullet: ! Geese, Toulouse. Male: M. Prost.
Mrs. W. J. Hodge. Mrs. VV. J. Dodge.  Female: M. Frost, M. Frost
Full Rye: C S. Fleming, T. J. Mott. Mrs. E. c, Smith. Fruit Cake, no
Spring Rye: T. .1. Mon. t:. RlcherJIcing: Mrs, c. Parnnby, Mrs. n. Mc*
C, S. Fleming, Winter Wheal: it. M.i limes. Layer rake with Icing: Mis.
Fleming, T. J. Mott, j. Hughes. Spring E. '*. Smith, Miss ivy Dejull. Applo
11.  pie:  Mrs. Otto Gray, Mrs. F.  I.. Cn-i-
Leii  Pic: Miss Ivy Dezall,
Parnaby, G, Richer. Field Poas: .1. Mrs. Otto Gray. Pumpkin Pie: Mrs
Delmer, G. Parnaby, G. Richer. IE. C Smllh, Mrs. VV. O'Hearn. Raisin
Vetch: T. J. Mint. Field Corn: j. Del- Pie. Mrs. F. L. Constantlne, Mrs w.
mer.   A.O.V. Fodder Plant:  Ben Keer. !'l   MacFarlane.
Cocker* I Wl'eul: '''S' Pl8"llll& '*'• McCl
I McClure.    Outs,   A.V.:   J.   Cullen.   Q'.lstantill
'IB. Lannint, C. .S. Fleming.    Best t'ol
I.IKS.
Hen:   Mrs. J.  Pattinson,    Cockerel: i"'.7"  *■"«•«•»*.   »esi t-ot-i     i-IIK8l-.RVI.il Hit IT. JK
Mrs. I. Pattinson, M. Frost.   Pullet: | "'•""'    *""'"  "'S,,eaf!   T. J. Mott. VEflETAHlES
Best Collection Fodder PJuni. sheaf: jellies: Mrs w. ll. MocFarlane
11. II. McClure. Half Bushel Thrcslied Fruil: Mrs. T. Christian, Mrs. F. I.
Wheat: J. Hughes. I Constantino, Mrs. Wm. O'Hearn
FLOWERS AMI PLANTS
V\*. Harvey.   Hen: VV. Harvey.   Cock,
erel: W. Harvey, VV. Harvey.
Utility, heavy weight.   Hen: Mrs. .1
Male:  Mrs. J. Brett
Pen:  Mrs. VV. J. Dodge, Mrs. VV. J.
Dodge.
Leghorns, S.C. Hrown.    Cock:  Win. i 'mn. M. Frost.
Harvey.   Hen: Win. Harvey. Win. Harvey.   Pen: Win. Harvey.
Minorca*.   Cock: A. Wntlucli of Nelson, A. Wallach.   Hen: A. Wallach, A.
A.O. Variety.    Male:  Mrs. J. Brett,
null. M. Frost.   Female: Mrs. J. Brem
HITTER
Asters, three colors; (1. Taylor, Win. Crocks, a lbs.: ll. Stlrton, vv. I Ac
Harris, stocks: G. Taylor 2nd. Pan- laud, Mrs. s. X. Campsull. Prims
sits: w. M. Harris, ll. k. Sainsbury.|lbs. (three): Mrs. x, McClure. Mrs. R
Sweet Peas, six colors: Mrs. Otto Stlrton, Mrs. 0. Ljungqulst
Gray, G. Taylor. sunflower: Mrs. W.
O'Hearn. A. Ryder. Geranium: Mrs.1 •*..,„ Ih:
T. Christian 2nd. A.O.V. Ii-oliago,sutiinbury
Planl: Mrs. G. R. Pelton, Mrs. W. 0*- Apiary Products Display Mr< 11
Ileum. Forn: Mr.s. II. Brlggs, Bon- p. Sainsbury.
qtlet Cut Flowers: G. Taylor, Mrs. Otto'
Gray.   Bouquet Wild Flowers and Fo*
11 (INKY
extracted:   Mrs
II     F
linge: S. Johnson. Marg. J. McClure.
VEOETAIII.ES ami boots
Best half bushel white potatoes: F.
Turkeys. Bronze. Male: A. S. Ward. Jones, Wilmer, J. Delmer. Best half!
Mrs. J. Brennan. Female: H. I,. Hur-'bushel colored potatoes: 13. Ltimailt,
rlson, A. S. Ward. , R. Stlrton.   Best collection named po-[
A.O. Color.   Male: Mrs. J. Brennan.  tnloes: j: Delmer. T. J.  Mott. Chi
l-llllTIIGIt 11*1111
Landscapes:  Mrs   Ljungqulst
Collection  (Special):   Mi*s  E. Low
■rlson.
kim: I HTS
(III. lilt WATER COLORS
Landscapes   or  Seascapes     Mrs    F
Wallach.    Cockerel:   A.   Wallach,   A. Female: Mrs. J. Brennan. .        West.   Turnips, table: G. Taylor 2nd, i '"'"•'"■ Mlss M. Wo,"IU""1
Wallach.   Pullet: A. Wallach. A. Wai-     Eggs.    Dozen   whilei'oco.   Harper, Turnips,  swede:   0.   Richer,   w.  ll.:       P0™1'™ *'"!*■ ""y "rlety: Miss
lacll.   Pen: A. Wallach. A. Wallach.    j Mrs. S. X. Campsull.   Dozen brown or Hayward, S. Johnson. .Carrots, table:' 5liss M* ""•"d'and.
Anemias,  S.C.    Cork:   1).   Halcrow. ( Hilled: Mrs. J. Huggins, VV. Hurvey, 0. Mrs. Otto Gray. J. Dohuer.    Carrots, I.AII1ES' MUH.l WIIKk
in: D. Halcrow.   Cockerel: D. Hal-1 Harper. |stock: M. Frost, E. Lamont. Parsnips:      prize List tor ibis -oilon not yet
compiled, Will ali winners in Classes
s.v and si; .ail ai ibe Secretary's offlce
as soon as possible wltll tlieir prize
cards.
JIA.U'AL TltAIMMI
I'lass iiii. Section 2 : Sherman Harris, .lack Genest, Jack Henderson, Tom
Colllngs.
Class un. Section :!: Robert Taylor.
W   Bowness.
i'lass 111). Section 4:  Ju s I.otiu,
Angus McDonald, Raymond St. Eloi.
SCHOOL EXHIBITS
Class  S7.  Section   1:   Elvln   (.cask.
iMar^uerlte Caven, Ivy Dezall. Section   2:    Krncsi    Laurie.   Wllllelllline
iWoodmati, Marg, MacDojmld.   Section
8: Ernest Laurie. Loran Jordan. Billy
Taylor    Section I:  Bay Beech, Kditll
Johnson, Aiieyne Walllnger.
Class s.s    section i: James Dalzlel,
'Kruesi Laurie.   Section 2: Jack Qen-
lesl, John Helm.ins.
I i'lass S9. Section I: Billy Flett.
Nancy Nlsbett. Section 2: Harry
Heise. Phyllis Thompson.
| (Toss 00. Section 1: Ida MacOregor,
Helen Helse. Section 2: WInnifred
Hayman. Mnry Rankin.
Class 91., Section 1 Dennis Turner.
Ernest Worden.
I'lass   '.il.     Section   l:   May  Gooder*
hum, Margarel Luscombe
Class li.:. Division 7: Waller Ai;-
land, Donald MacKenzie.
Class  94:   Alleyne   Wallenper.   Enn
Davy,   Mars    McDonald.    Class   95:
Owen, John Heimsing,   class 90:
Jessie Tlto. John Metcalfe t'la*s 97:
J.Hues Iln-.,. Nellie Sakaguchi. ''lass
IS: Denli Tinner Xora Miles. Class
til':   May Gooderhatn,  Ida  Lancaster.
Class nm. Division T: Kathleen
Worthlngton, Walter Agland Division S: Josephine Demichel. Anna Harbinson. Division H: Dong Vun. Mi''
Ken Division 10: Rutile Kozak, IVris
Haley Division 11 Mnrv Lee Jane
Nlsbet.
Class 101: Ivy Sanderson, Elvln
Leask, Margarel M, Donald.
Class 102 Division 3: M. Slender,
I. Laurie Division I. Marian Kummer. Irene carr.
Clas* 10S Division 5: Nellie Saka*
gucbl. Audrey Collier. Division 0:
Maj Qooderbam. Margaret Luscombp.
Division 12: Jessie Tito. Sophie McGregor.
class i-ii Division 7: Kathleen
Worthlngton, Marlon Cuthbert. Division    s Rosalind ;   Silva
Hill. Division S: Edith Walker.
Barbara Patton Division 10: Bernard
Niblock. Doris Haley.
Class IOO. Division 7: Chow Way,
Toni Futa. Division 9: Cameron McDonald. Owen Haley.
Class 107. Division S: Jenny Williams, Helen Gilroy.
Lake Frontage for Summer Cottages in Acre Lots.
NOW ON SALE at $150 to $300.
Any Reasonable Terms to Suit Purchaser;      First Buyers get First Choice.
For Full Particulars Apply* to Sole Agents,
&
BEALE
ELWELL
HANSON BLOCK, CRANBROOK, B.C.
0
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THE   CltAMlItOOK   HEIiAM)
lillll.stilt.1, September II, l!l-__
MACDONALD'S
I'ROVIM'IAI, I Mil It A I.
COXVENTIOS TAKES
I'l.ACK AT M I.SIIN SOON
Gathering Will   Hi* Hold t'oin-
iiii'iiclnu (in Thursday Next.
Electing Delegates.
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white carilion skin, waa presented to
nitron Byng, Governor General, by tlie
citizens of the Yukon territory.
assets of forest bulls
of b.c. ltd., sou) to
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CANADIAN
PACIFIC
u i: \ i: ft a i,   c ii A \ <*. i:
ill
T It A 1 X     S E It V I C E
IffectlVO   Sunday, September   17.   1922
Times ior trains ttt   C KAMI HOOK
will be;
Medicine Nat — Calgary — Nelson
und Spokane
Westbound.   So, (17
ially ... Ar. 12.10 p.m. l.v. 12.20 p.m.
I.iistlionnd, Nr. IIS
(ally .... Ar. 4.10 p.m. Lv. 4.20. p.m.
i itwnitook.kniiiKiii.KV
No. S2I1 dully ex  Slill.,..   Iv. 7.Of, a.m.
Xo. 824. dally ex Sun.. ..ar. 2.10 p.m.
< ItWItltOOk-IAKK   WIMlKKMKItt:
No. 821. Mon. &  Thurs., lv. D.OO n.m.
Xo. 822,..  Weil. & Sat., ar. 3.30 p.m.
TKANS-ilANAHA, Limited, Nos. 7 a
S, between Montreal, Tornnlo and
Vancouver yill be withdrawn. I.asl
train euves each of these points on
September   10th,   1922,
NOO-IM-TIKIC KXI'KK.SS, Trains Nos.
13 and 14, between St. Paul and Vancouver, will be withdrawn west of
Moose Jaw. Last through trains
from St. Paul and Vancouver September  16th;  1922.
For further partlsulars apply to any
Tiekot Agent
J. B. PHOCTOH,
District Passenger Agent.
29-30 Calgary.
Sale ot" the entire assets of lhe Forest Mills. Limited, consisting of four
sawmills and 176 limber licences in
the Kouteiiiiy district—for a sum of
$«71,107.80—wus sanctioned by Mr.
Justice Morrison this morning. His
lordship confirmed the report of Registrar J. F. Mather, who announced
that he had received bul the one bid
after extensive advertising, nnd had
accepted the Offer.
The assets comprise sawmills at
Tuft, B.C., Three Valley. Cascade, and
at Nelson, lauds on the Arrow Lakes
and at Revelstoke, u 381 acre mlllsite
un the Columbia River, townslte lots
ut Com pal ix, B.C., 22 Dominion timber
licences, quantities of logs, sawn timber, und three tug boats.
Sale was forced by tho prior lien
debenture holders beaded hy Sir Edward L. Fletcher. Tlie successful bidder is the St.Aublns Commercial Trusl
Company, Limited, of St. Hellers. Isle
of Jersey. A large portion of the snle
price Is mude up of prior lieu debentures valued at over $400,000. The
balance of $225,000 is to be paid ill
cash nnd will be applied to the discharge of debts, lt is assumed that
the prior lien debenture holders ure
standing behind tbe offer made by ihe
Channel Islands company.
It is Hie intention of the holding
.ompany to dispose of tbe sawmill
plants, retaining for the present control of tbe Immense timber areas concerned.
The first provincial convention ol
the Liberal party is in be beld at Xelson next week, oolumencing on Thurs.
day, Uie 28th iust. Delegates to attend this gathering from the Cranbrook riding will ba elected at a meet-
ting of the local association called to
lake place in the K. P, Hall, this evening, Thursday.
I li is stated in some quarters Ihal
the question as to whether Ilie Vancouver by-election shall be proceeded
with before the legislature opens on
lhe 30th of October, will be discussed,
I and the feeling ascertained, Tbe discussion of future policy as to the P,
tl. B.. bused on the findings contained
in lhe Sullivan report, will also come
up. Another burning quest ton will
be as to whether the Liquor Acl shall
not bu loosened up a little lo give latitude in  Ibe matter id' beer and  light
1 wines to proper hotels, nnd served under proper safeguards.      A nnve Is
| also to Im Instituted nbong some of
tin- const dotegntes lor tin* commencement of construction right nway on the
| buildings for the university at Polnl
Cray.
1 While it bus not been found possible
lo lmve Hon. Mackenzie King, ibe dominion premier, in attendance, tt has
been hoped thai several prominent fl-
1 gures in the party councils f rom the
east might be preseni. This muy be
dissipated, however, by the serious position arlsiing iu Kurope. but pressure
lias been broughi to bear oil Dr. King,
wlio Is still fn the province, lo attend
the gathering,
.Baptist Cljtud.
SUNDAY   NEXT
n a.m. — Morning Service.
12 iinon—Sunday School.
7.30 p.m.-*-Bv*inlng Bervlce.
Tliu Uebetahs will ii.tontl
Church in :i body in Un- evening.
Thursday, 8 p.m.—Prayer mont-
Itik lillll B, Y. 1*. II.
VOU AKK WELCOME
'* ■■:«]j-:,*jj     Tfr - ::i"n'::.i ;;in4:ti:;*.w5 ran'., i/-;.:i i,.
' v _.L..;;m;.
flUtliotiisr Ci) isrti>
HEV. B. C. FREEMAN, Pastor
Morning Service at 11 a.m.
Sunday School at   IL'.IS.
Evening Service at 7.30 p.m.
KEV. JOHN KNOX, OK CRESTON, Wll.I. OCCUPY
TIIK PULPIT NEXT SUNDAY,
MORNING AMI EVENING.
..icrjont; is Cordially Invited 1" Those Sorvlces
Mj^T*"i u:,au lii;*:i u.i*,, _uini.l-"i:,.,™.    nu:i::|[i!'ti;
WYCLIFFE   NOTES       •
• •
A nubile meeting was held nl  the
Club. Prldny llu- lalh. and il  WIIH dc-
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of .'lunula Limited
OFFICES, SMBLTINCI AND REFINING IH.I'AUTMKNT
THAI I,,    MUTISM    IMI.mitlA
SMELTERS AND   REFINERS
Purchasers of Gold, Silver. Copper, Lend ,V Zinc Ores
Producers ol Oold, Silver, Copper, Pig l.eml nml Zinc
"TADANAC" IIHAM.
It. II. ANGUS, VETERAN
OK ('. P. It.. PASSED
A WAV ON SUNDAY LAST
EECHAM'S
PILLS-
if SickJHeadaChes
(Special m The Herald)
Winnipeg, Sept. 17.       I{. B. Angus
died nt his home in Moutrenl tonight,
nt 8.30,
.Mr. E. \V, Beatty, president of the
Caiiiidiiin Pacific, who is now fn tlie
west, when Informed nf the death of
Mr.  Angus, paid  htm  the  following
tribute:
"Tin* death or It. 11. Angus marks
tlie passing ot' Ilie lasl of the original
syndicate formed t<> construct the t'u.
hadtan Paclflp Railway, and one of the
outstanding.men of Canada, Mth place
In the financial and commercial life
of the country during ihe past fifty
years was unique and the respect in
whieh he wys held by his associates
generally was a tribute to his conspicuous personal qitalitieB und integrity.
■ He was ;i man ol exceptional presence
and charm of manner, witii an impressive natural dignity. In disposition
lie was moitesi, kindly and of an extraordinary geneioslty. He has been
close in the councils ot the Company
and In Ihe Hank ol' .Montreal for more
I hail forty years, and hia advice was
always that which one wonld expect
from u man of iiis character, namely,
cautious and judicious, hut always forward. The most sincere tribute I
can puy tr his memory is to -express
Uie hope that i lie present generation
will develop men of his type."
idded   lo   build   a   concrete  swimming   -—	
Club bulldl!!ffbaiid0thTto^to^iiiu^ .STKKL PJIOSIOTKRH ! WHAT SHAM, I DO
Lawns are io be planted around the       INTERVIEW GOVT. AT WITH THE HOWKYI
ttuik and buth houses to be built at one VICTORIA RE. PLANT 	
cud.   Walks will be built .inniini the   ,    Many a holder of the Canadian Qov-
poot and spring bourds and d'vlng Promoters ol the $15,000,000 Coast eminent bonda maturing December 1,
standards are to he ]»ui up. Excavg- Range Steel Company, headed by H. J. 1022, has been asking this question.
iiiou has begun and the tank is to be Uindahl, nro on their way io Victoria The advertlsemeni of the Minister of
financed by public subscription and again and will interview tho Qovorii- Finance supplies an answer. The In-
enterlaininenls this fall and winter, menl tomorrow about their guarantees, vestor, by giving notice to tlie niunn-
The Company is supplying teams, The British Hoi.nl of Trade, an nd- ger of uny of the branches of a char-
equlpmeut, nnd all lumber for bath junct to the British Government, has lered bank, can arrange to get new
houses, cribbing jfud so forth. agreed be give financial backing to the  bonds bearing the same rale of Inter-
extent oi" one-third the required capt- est, the highest possible security and
A social evening will be held al ihe; tal. in return for a lirst mortgage on a liberal rale of interest.
Club on October Sth, when ilie new jibe  plant   to  be established   in   this. ,
executive  will  bo  appointed  in;1  the province, and in consideration of the
coming year. ' \ machinery and equipment  bolng pur-
— ' .based in ISnglaiul.
Qeorgo Tanner started work again ;    The  B.C.  Oovernment   will discuss
on Wednesday after having been laid the steel  works proposals  wiih  the
tip   for  a  couple  of   weeks   with  a Hon. Dr. J. H. King, minister of' public
sprained back, caused  by lallin.: off   works al Victoria this week,
one of the Hat curs at Uie planing mill.  , m ,
lv M. Hiinonson, prominent lumber- Anyox. B.C.—The Oranby Consoll-
maii of Mope Jaw. Sask., was visit- 'l*ted Mining nud Smelting Company's
Dig in Wycllffe on business for u few n,ftnl Is reported io have broken all
days this week. ': records In production iu July, produc-
| Ing more than three million pounds of
P. W. Budow, representative oi Hie copper matte during the month, the
Hayden &  Westcott   Lumber Co., of I uest   Previous  record  being approxl-
Chicago, paid o hurried business visit I mi*Ue\y  2.S0O.OO0  pounds.    The com-|CRANBR
to Wycliffe on Monday. 1i'all>' has '•40° to,,s of copper matte at	
  Vancouver loading for Xew Jersey re-
Mr,  and   Mrs.   Ed,  McFarlantl  left   'i,,ur>*-    'l contains $40S,000 worth of
Tuesday for  Nelson,   where  thej
reside in the future.
Tcmpleton's Rheumatic Capsule!
liavo become the Standard Remedy
(or Rheumatism, Sciatica, Neuritis
! and Lumbago, fhousands have been
restored to hcalththroutjhT.ft.G.'s,
If vim .suffer, ^t a hu\ at your
Druggist's to-day. Don.'t let pain
ul the best .ears ui your life.
Snhl by
OOK DRUG AND BOOK CO.
copper;  tSS.000 worth of sliver;  nnd
I$72,000 worth of gold.
Pete Pranzen has sold his Chevrolol
car tn l'. Dominlck, Pete says whon
he takes the girls oui now they will
liavo to walk.
WATER NOTICE
Frame's Bread Ih GOOD Bread
Hit-- Pies, Cakes and IVstry ar«
made in a tasty manner which
i iviloa the most exacting person to call again, nt
TIIE II03IE BAKERY
Plume s;      •       Norbury Ave,
■Jijgiiig ifSiiiiiiilli
To Holders of Five Year
51 per cent Canada's
Victory Bonds
Issued in 1917 and Maturing lst December, 1922.
CONVERSION   PROPOSALS
THE MINISTER OF FINANCE offer, to holders
of these bonds who desire to continue their
investment in Dominion of Canada securities the
privilege of exchanging the maturing bonds for new
bonds bearing 5 j per cent interest, payable half yearly,
of either of the following classes:
(a) Five year bonds, dated lst November,
1922, to mature lst November, 1927.
(b) Ten year bonds, dated lst November,
1922, to mature lst November, 1932.
While the maturing bonds will carry interest to lst
December, 1922, the new bonds will commence to earn
interest from lst November, 1922, GIVING A BONUS
OF A FULL MONTH'S INTEREST TO THOSE
AVAILING THEMSELVES OF THE CONVERSION
PRIVILEGE.
This offer it made to holders of the maturing bonds
and is not open to other investors. The bonds to be
issued under this proposal will be substantially of the
same character as those which are maturing, except
that the exemption from taxation does not apply to the
new issue.
Dated at Ottawa, Sth August, 1922
Jli^JirSlBi
Holders of the maturing bonds who wish to avail
themselves of this conversion privilege should take
their bonds AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE, BUT NOT
LATER THAN SEPTEMBER 301 h, to a Brunch of
any Chartered Bank in Canada and receive in exchange
an official receipt for the bonds surrendered, conlaining
an undertaking to deliver thc corresponding bonds of
the new issue.
Holders of maturing fully registered bonds, interest
payable by cheque from Ottawa, will receive their
December 1 interest cheque as usual. Holders of
coupon bonds will detach and retain the last unmatured
coupon before surrendering the bond itself for conversion
purposes.
The surrendered bonds will be forwarded by banks
to the Minister of Finance at Ottawa, where they will
be exchanged for bonds of the tt-w issue, in fully
registered, or coupon registered or coupon bearer form
carrying interest payable lst May and lst November
of each year of the duration of the loan, thc first interest
payment accruing and payable lst May, 1923. Bonds
of the new issue will be sent to the banks for
delivery immediately after the receipt of the surrendered
bonds.
The bonds of the maturing issue which are not
converted under this proposal will be paid off in cash on
the lst December, 1922.
W. S. FIELDING,
Minister of Finance.
Tlie Pernie White Spruce Ihi-i.IwI!
leiini defeated » picked team from Wycllffe, Kimliei'ley und Wardner, on tlie
Ferule diiunoild Inst Sunday liy Uie
lone-sided score uf 11—-1. Playing was
ragged all through, Mitchell started
on tlie bump tur Wycllffe, but between
tills and errors 11 runs were sccred
off lilm in the first three Innings. .Musser relieved him in the fourth, and llle
lilayiup became steadier. MUBSer allowing only two scattered liils and no
runs. Batteries: Wyelltfe — Mitchell,
Musser and Rogers. Fernle—-Ault ami
McTeer.
Tlie saw-mill closed down Saturday
lor two weeks' repairs.
l.ucion Clusol lefi Saturday tor Spokane for n few weeks' holiday.
Harry Alberlsou left last ween I'or
Spokane wliere lie was called owing
to the sickness of Mrs. Alhertsoa who
is roported doing nicely at lhe present
lime.
Mr. Wm. Mcliinnls left Saturday lo
visit his family in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, for a couple ol weeks while tlie
mill is shut down.
licit Crosby letl lost week for a
hunting triii io Qolden, B.C,
Mr. It. J. Hurler returned ou Sunday Irom Clarludale Slock Farm,
Vauxhall,
(Storage!
TAKE NOTICE thai l.croy II. Ilaii-
cy. whoso address is Wardnor, lie.
will apply lor a license for the storage
of 150 acre feet of wuler nlll of Ha Ha
Creek, also known as l liaise ttie present level of i.iiinl Lake .'. feet), which
llnwa easterly, and drains inlo sinks
on Sub-rol li, about tlie centre of Suh-
lol li.
Tlle storage dull) will be located at
tlie natural outlet of I.uiul Lake.  The.
capacity of the reservoir lo be created i    l'ri'"-e* M»-Ueine Hat, Calgary, etc
is ahout 160 acre foot, nnd 11 will Hood |    Arrlv0 iM »'m-* leovo 4'2|) »■*•
aboul   lit)  acres  of  land.    Tiie water j
»iil he diverted from lhe sirenni al aI,:rau,"'""k' 'Vvelhle, Klmhe.lej Ser.
point cbont on S.I.. ii, see Intake c.l,.
No. _9*I0, ami will he used I'or Irrigation purpose upon tlie land described
us Paris of Sub-lots '2 and II of Lot. 325,
Kootenay District,
Tho license applied for is to Supplement n right to lake and use waler
us per Conditional License No. 11490.
This notice wus posted on the
ground on the Bllt due of September,
11122. A copy of this noilce und an application pursuant thereto nnd to the
|"Wuler Ail. 1014," will he llled In Ihe
ofllce of lhe Wuler Recorder nl Cran-
hl*ook. Objections to llle application
may lie liled wltll llle said Waler Kecorder or with tlie Coniplroller of Wnter Rights, Parliament lliiildlngs, Victoria, B.C., within thirty days arier the!
lirst. appearance of Iliis notico iu u
local newspaper,
l.eltov if. iuni.y. Applicant,
Tho date or lhe first publication of
Ibis noliee is September 7, 1022.
28-82
CANADIAN
Pacieic
OHANimoOK TIIA1S T1ME8
SO. -tli   I! VIM—To Nelson,  Vanootl-
I    ver, Spokane, etc.   Arrive 1_!.1Q p.
1    m.; leave 12,20 p.m.
i SO.   tf8   I>AII.V—To   Fornie,   LetU-
No. S2tt—Leave 7.05 a.m.   No.831 - Arrive 2.10 p.m.
Cranbrooki I-ako Windermere and
(iolden SeHrce*
Monday  and Thursday,  each   week
—NO. 831, leavo 9 a .in      Wednp-»daj
and   "atuvday—NO. Hii  a-r;v*a   3..W
p.m.
For  further   particulars   apply   to
any ticket upon
.1   G. PROCTOR.
Dlatrlot PassenRor Agent, Calgary
Qoorgo. lho young eon of Mr. anil
Mrs. A. A. .1. Dolus, wus taken lo tiio
hoBpkal at Cranbrook on -Sunday,
when- ho successfully underwent un
operation for appendicitis on Tuesdny,
j and ul liiHt reports was making a satisfactory recovery, Mrs. Collts is wU.li
lllm,   Creston Review,
Monlann Itrslniirant
I'lpirs, ClirnrellfH and (and)
Meals al All Hoi?™
CIlANnttOOK STHFI-.T
OppoHlte tlu Rank of Common*!
WANT HON. Wt. M.\U TO
STAY FOB UBMUI. CON-
VENTIOJi AT >iaS0N
Pressure is being brought to bear
on lion. J. II. King to lmve liim remain In the went until utter the Liberal convention ut Nelson on Soptein- s
her 28th umi 29th, and to attend that'
gathering,
lion. Dr. King stated this week Ihal
lie had not yet made up his mind on I
the latter. However, he Htated that]
previous plans hud been changed, and
Instead of proceeding to Prince llu
pert and going east over the Canadian
N'.itionul from tliere, he will return to
Vancouver on Monday.
It Ih poulblo that In the two weeks
intervening before the convention lie
will iiiuki. iimpoetion trip:) lu the Interior anil In Alberta, aud double back
to Naliou et the end of the month.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
SPECIAL    FARES
TO VICTORIA EXHIBITION
SKI-'I lllllllt ISIh TO Sll'li: .lillll _:inl
GOING HATES, September Iiiih lo Se'plember 22nd,
RETURN LIMIT, September 20th, 1022
Informntiott nml Tickets from
fl. T. Molr Ticket Agent Cranbroolt
T-G.W.V.A. HALL
Good I'ltiiir, Dressing Rooms, Card Tables,
Kitchen, All Conveniences
SUITABLE FOR DANCES, MEETINGS, SOCIAL GATHERINGS OP ALL KINDS, BAZAARS, Etc.
THUMB REASONABLE
For Prices nnd Otlier Particulars Enquire
TIIE STEWARD or SECRETARY, 6. W. V. A. Thursday, September '81, 1088
TIIE   CRANBROOK   HERALD
PAGE   FIVE
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
I'lioue 2111
P.O. Bei 383
B. A. MOORHOUSE
A.H.K.I.C, & B.C.L.S.
PROV. LA Jill SlIBVEIOB
Cranbrook     .      •      •     B. 0.
Drs. Green ft MacKinnon
Physician nd Hnifeoa.
Olflcb  at  ro.ld.ac, Amatrong
AVenn.
O-r'KIl'K HOURS
Foreuoon.   9.00 to 10.00
Afternoon.  100 to   4.00
K.anlnii T.10 to   1.10
Sunday.   t.10 to   ISO
CRANBROOK, S C.
DR. F. II. MILES
DENTIST   •
OFFICE HOURS
!) to 12 a.m.     1 to 5 p.m. '
Hanson ink., CRANBROOK, B.C.
Served with
Tea, Chocolate,
Milk or Coffee.
They are delicious
THINKS SUPPORT OF
FAIR WAS LACKING BV
SOME OF COMJIUNITV
P. JI. M A C P II E R S O N
Undertaker
Phoni) 3,'iU
\iirlmr.   tie., nest do I'H; Hall
MONUMENTS
CAMPBELL   *   BIT-HIE
MONUMENTAL  CO.
NclMi
JOHN GARD
PAINTER &
PAPERHANGER
Full Une oi  Wnll Paper
In Slock.
Store, Hanson Avenue
Phone 400 at all hours
CKAMIROOK     -    •    -    IM..
NELSON BUSINESS COLLEGE
LKAKN TO EARS
Practical ronnerelal Coirw In
Shorthand, TjpewrWif
Bookkeeper,  I'owMrelal  Uw
Pennanihlp
CuMercIal  English Ml
Spelllig
DAY   AND   NIQHT   CLASSICS
tur rnrllfiilan-i A|>|»ljr tu
V. }\. TTI.RH, 1'rloelpal
I\ O. Hoi, 14, TieUou, 11.11
Striped Package
ITHE KORTH WEST BISCUIT COMfllNY lie]
ORE SHIPMENTS
RECEIVED AT
TRAIL SMELTER
Following Is a statement of ore received at the Trail Smelter for the
period during Septemher sth to Nth
inclusive:
Alamo. Alamo, B.C       4fi
Bluebell. Ufoiide] B.C         8
Noble Five, Sandon, B.C      43
Paradise, Uike Windermere ....     41
Qnilp, Republic. Wn     261
Republic, Republic, Wn      f>0
Surprise, Republic, Wn      f>3
Silversmith, Sandon. B.C      31
Revenge, Beaverdell. B.C       It
Standard, Silverton, B.C     130
Whitewater, Retallack, B.C       .14
COMPANY  MINKS   5,554
Total
6,268
WHY    OPERATE!
When lli.rvmi.v removes gall
■tones in 24 hours without pain and
relieves appendicitis, stomach and
liver (roubles. Contains no poison.
Not sold by druggists-
MRS. UKO. 8. ALMAS
Sole Manufacturer
2'Mi Fourth Ave., So., Saskatoon, Sask.
Price |6.50 Phone 4865
IOIIUEM ANl> SOCIETIES
( RAMIROOK
FARMERS*  INST1TUTB
Keg alar ■eeMag
HK(ONI»  HATIE1UT •( eaeh
noiill. nt 1 p.n. la Um Clll Hall
WOMEN'S  INSTITUTE
Meets fn (lie
O.W.V.A. Hall
afternoon of the
tlrst Tuesday nt
it p.m.
All ladles are
cordially Invited
I'n-ldciil:    Mrs, V. Constantlne.
Ber..Treasureri  Mr*, s. Taylor.
KM-UHTS OF PYTHIAN
Cranbrook, B.C.
Meets every Tuesday at 8 p.m.
ln the Fraternity Hall
E. A. Hill, CO.
H. L. Harrison, K.R. ft 8.
R. O. Carr, M.P.
Visiting brethren cordially In-
Tiled to atlend
I. O. O. F.
KEY CITY LODGE, No. 48
Meets every
.Monday night at
mio Auditorium
Sojourning Oddfellows cordially
Invited,
R. P. Moffatt    -    Noble Qrand
W. C. Adlard, P.O.  -  Rec. Bee.
P A R K E R   &  M e fi E E
Flour and Feed Merchants
Hay and Grain of All Kinds
llmison  Avenue
-Trniil.rnnk
Offico Phone !.2    Res. Phone 310
Contributed by "Codler,"
The people of Cranbrook did nut, ij
think, give the fair the support they
should have done, ae ft is a well
known tacl thut nothing contributes
so much to the encouragement of the
farmer ami the garden enthusiast as a
.successful fall [air. The trades peo.
pie who assisted by tlieir contributions are io in- thanked for their generosity, but i think thai the to'wns-
people might have come forward a
little more and shown that they were
In sympathy with the aims of tlie dir-
tors and die members, ami not knock
ed the fair, as some of them do. One
would think that they are indifferent
to the interests of ilie district farmers
but if ihey succeed   in   discouraging
liie efforts of those who promote enthusiasm amongst the growers and
farmers tbey will not have much to
pal themselves on the hack lur.
Let us hope thut in the event of un-
oflier fuir being hold, more interest on
thc part of the public will he shown,
if only in appreciation of those who
gavo so much time and labor in their
eavor to muko the fair a success,
which it appears It will be, financially
al least.
Of course the high price of admission acted somewhat as a deterrent,
and tf arrangements for the future
can be mude whereby separate admission charges can be made for entrance
to thu different places. 1 think Ibe returns would be greater, us many people who did not wish to see the attractions would have paid the smaller sum to see the exhibits, I under,
stand, however, that tliis wus a problem ihat engaged the attention of the
directors ut many a session, and owing to (he difficulty in getting suitable
grounds had to be handled in the best
way possible. They will, no doubt,
profit b.v tlieir experience of this year
nnd fix up something that will work
better on another occasion.
When one considers that only about six weeks wus allowed In Which
to make ail arrangements, and that
many were overthrown at tho last moment, when it was impossible to make
others, then oue realizes thut it Is not
all beer umi skittles being connected
with a fall fair.
WINIIKHMERE DISTRICT •
NOTES •
In the Realm of Filmdom
(Speclul to Tbe Herald I
Invermere. B.C., Sept. 16.—On
cent Monday of this month Miss Dora
K. Bodecker gave une of her charming
receptions tu her little musical pupils
uud their friends and relatives to the
number of forty-five persons. Mrs. B.
M. Sandllands. wife of the Governmeni
Agent at Wilmer very kindly presented
the cert i Beat es from the Royal College
of Music to tlie children who hud won
the honors, those winning in practical
work being Frances Forster, Esmond
Taylor, Jessie Frater, Bleanor Bower,
Susie Nixon, Frankie Turner Kathleen
Sims and Mary Turner; for written
work certificates were presented to
Bleanor Bower and WInnifred Hllller.
Prizes were gained by Mary Turner
for having tbe highest marks iu her
practloal exam (nation umi Kathleen
Sims for gaining full murks in oral
test in the practical exumliiuti
Esmond Taylor and Jessie Krater for
attendance; to Esmond Taylor for the
highest number of marks during the
yeur, and to Kathleen Sims for punctuality aud  for general  neatness.
Rev. F. B. Atkinson and ills motlier
are away this week to a visit at Creston in connection witli Mr Atkinson's
parish work.
THE PHOTO DRAMA
Whal    New   York  World Suys
About -Perjury" - At Stur
Theatre Next  PH.-Sat.
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No other journal caters so Intimate,
and minutely to the needs of the
agriculturist as does tlie Family
Herald aud Weekly Stnr of Montreal.
From his medical to his religious
needs, from the realtli of Iiis siosk to
tho capabilities of his macltinery,
fitom his ladies' embroidery to their
pickles, from the minerals on the land
the lisii in his brooks, from tbe
books of his leisure hours lo the
amusements of bis children, from his
Individual cares to his public duties,
he finds companionship, help, and
guidance in the same old journal.
which delighted his father and is the
joy of bis children to-day. He could
not afford to be without the Family
Herald and Weekly Stur of Montreal.
The subscription price is |2.0I) per
year.
The Family Herald and Weekly Star
may be hud in an advantageous club-
bint; offer with the Crnnbrook Herald
on new or renewal subscription**.
The apple and tbe crab apple harvest in hero this year has heen an
abundant one.
Lake Windermere Camp closed for
tht* season ou  Saturday last.
Advice from Lindsay, California, has
been received tlmt. a daughter has beeu
bom to Mr. uud Mrs. Thomas B, Harry,
Inte of Athalmer.
Mrs. Dr. Coy Is away on un extended
visit to her parents at Nauulmo. Miss
Wilson her sister, returned home with
ber.
Five little minutes of William Far-
num on the screen lends more dignity to the art of tlie photo play than
five montlis of the usual silly prattle
of most of the .slick-haired toddle-top
demons of our day.
Mr. Faruum lius now given us one
of the finest bits of characterization
that lius been seen in New Vork for
a year. Although lie finds himself
the central figure in a story of life
as old as the hills, his all-round photo-dramatic excellence causes those
who go to see liim Id once more take
(heart and renew hope that the picture pluy is not going to the dogs.
The really wortii wliile part of (ho
play, "Perjury," is the acting of Mr.
Farnum, There is not another man
more capable or more talented than
he. The wonder is thut he has not
long ago set himself aside, selected
good stories and specialized in the so-
called "super films," the kind that
have power und appeal (o stay on
Hroadwuy for months.
His human, tender and courageous
countenance; his lion-like frame; his
eyes that speak; and bis grace. He
has them alt.
He sinks Hint huge fist into (he
mid-section of an enemy and you
grant with pain. Ho is positive ut
all times. You never wonder what lie
is ubout to do; you behold what he
has done already. <), for a few more
like lilm!     Or pictures with him!
His work  in  "Perjury" Is worthy
more than  the usual  amount  of
mention, because he really nets.
Star Theatre
Mon. • Tu S.|it. _S nml 80,
Big Baseball
Vaudeville Nights
Watch for t-rogram
TICKETS ON SAI.K BY
COMMITTEE
Heil. . Thnr*.. Se|il. •_-; und 2S
(HAWKS JONKS
in
"Rough Shod"
•PERJURY"     *■"
WILLIAM   FOX   PRODUCTION.
AT   THE   STAR   THEATRE,
Friday nnd Saturday nexi. Sept _9-:t0
Comedy
WHITE
iy type of outdo
Story.
"Springtime"
EAGLE, So. !i
Fri.
The tlrut meeting of the People's
Foriitu will he held on Saturday, the
:10th of iliis month lu tlie evening, lu
the .school house here when the filler
spciiki'r will be Mr. K. Randolph
Bnm*. From thut time forwurd It ie
hoped that the meetings will be eon-
dueled on the lust Saturday evening
of every mouth. The People's Forum
fs a strictly non-polltleul body and Us
objects are for discussion of topics of
the day.
Mr. Charles II Ellis, accompanied by
Captain Dancey. left in his new Buick
car this week for a winter's tour
through California nnd other winter
resorts of the Southern States. He was
accompanied a-s far us Spokane b.v
Mrs. A. M. Chisholm of Windermere
aud her sister, Miss Stoddart.
NOTICE
Noi Ice
Ite  the
hereby given thai to faell-
gulutiou of tralfli- und to
give prominence und ciYecl lo l>epart-
menl signs only. THAT NO PRIVATE
NS AUK TO BE ALLOWED ON
OR WITHIN THE LIMITS OF ANY
ROAD ALLOWANCE OR RIGHT-OF-
WAY. ANIl THAT OWNERS OF
THESE PRIVATE SIGN'S ARE REQUESTED TO REMOVE THK SAME
FROM THE RIGHT - OF - WAY
FORTHWITH ,
The   limits  of  right-of-way,  referred to herein, are defined us being S3
feel from tin litre of the road.
DISTRICT ENGINEER'S OFFICE,
CRANHROOK. RO.
September L'lsl. Mill, .10
Everybody In
how badly I was disfigured with
skin disease anil how to Zain-1'uk
alone belongs all credit for my
care," wrues Miss Kate I-   Dolliver, of
Caledonia, Queen's Co,, Ns
"Ulcers and sores broke ont oil my
arms, and although treated with salves
ami ointments, Ihey spread until I was
simply'covered from fingers loellwvvs,
"One day a friend strongly recommended Zam-link and gol me tn send tur a
box Tills soothed and cooled niv skin
and (hr lirst hox did tar moro real p.iMi
than all tlie other rtiedicii.es. Kvery
dressing of /am-Hiik healed lho sines
more and more, until finally Mn- last
trace ol disease mis rooted out."
Made from rich highly refined heil*l
essences, Zam-Buk penetrates where
common fatly ointments cannot. In
eczema, ringworm, ulcers and ptHsnnod
wires, wliere gemtS are  niaildv   lodged
in i\\e hitter tissues- /am Utile kills and
uproots disease, It soothes, hosts •-"<'
purities iln- skin, and ts also a splendid
first aid for injuries.   Alttitttltrs, SOo. bo*.
ram Buk
tHOS SKIN TD0UB[F
SIGNS OF THE TIM JES
SKKN IN THK SOUTHERN
PART OF TIIK PROVINCE
TIIK CRIMSON CHAIj.
I.ENUK"INTHRII.I_IN.i
STORY OF THK WEST
Dorothy Dalton's latest Paramount
picture Ih "The Crimson Challenge,"
ttliowltig at the Rex, Priday and Saturday of thin week, September 22 and
2'.i.
The story Is placed iu Lost Valley,
u forsaken comer of the cattle coun-
PICTCRK AT STAR
KOR  BENEFIT NIGHT
IS  RIO  ATTRACTION
Aviators  Create   Itltr Air-Stunt
History I'or (lie I'llriiintr "f
"Straiiirer I lum Kit-lion"
"Vou have one chance in a thousand of he j UK alive to tell tlie tale."     '
That was the remark made to W. C
Robinson and Prank Clark us they
prepared to undertake one ol the
ino.ii sensational and daring air feats
ever attempted. To the pilot was allotted the task of making; the big machine "take-oti" from the top of the;
Uw Angeles Railway building, in the
heart of the business district He
had lieen warned that it was death to
attempt It, To Robinson was handed the task of setting His plane.on
fire, plunging through   u   circle   of
flattie and pulling lhe cord that released tlie parachute strapped to his
buck and making a sate landing
Evidently the two chances In two
thousand    belonged    to   these    daring
Sat., fiept, *) mnl :
Win Pox presents
>YM.  FARNUM
in his greatest special attn
"Perjury"
Extra added Coined)'  special
BCSTER KEATON In
"Cops"
Three Heels ot intense laughter
POX NEWS     - The world's
.. -   .    ",-         . .   ._-   __
by suspicion ami jealousy     Kage Hares
in hi;-- mind   then come? despair and
Bubnitaelvenesa  as  the prison  doors
close upon him for twenty years.
Through the prison term
try,  where primitive conditions still]me"> because   both   performed their'
The following is from the Omlneca
Herald, itt LlUii a strong -advocate of
a change ln the Provincial Government:
"The report of the railway expert
on the P.G.E. must have been quite
a shock to Premier Oliver, as It was
to t he people of British Columbia.
But Premier Oliver cannot get away
from his personul responsibility by
trying to blame the old' Conservative
Oovernment for starting it. Premier
Oliver made the P. (i. K, the main
plunk in his platform previous to the
election of 19U-. and he received great
support because he wus going to muke
great changes. That was the time he
chould have called In his experts, first
to leam what he had, and then to ascertain how to handle In. Any buai-
nesa mun would do that. But Mr. Oliver went ahead and doubled the debt
and expenditure on that road without
knowing what he was doing. Now lie
would like to get from under. He has
been forced to realize that he made a
gigantic blunder and wasted millions
of dollars that the people of British
Columbia did uot huve, hut had to borrow at high rates of interest. He
would be a bigger politician were he
lo admit his blunder instead of trying
to blame someone else. He did it himself and forced his plans on his cabinet."
And again from the Victoria Colonist :
"The movement for the organization
of the now Conservative purty is being
welcomed everywhere by opponents to
the present Liberal administration,
Prom many points Mr. Bowser is being
urged to COtno and meet his supporters. He has just received an Invitation to open the annual Hulkley Valley Agricultural Pair ut Smithers on
the LiOth lost., an invitation he ls forced to postpone, as he had already
made arrangements for his trip into
the Kootenay section. But this invitation, coming as lt does from the riding represented by the Minister of the
Crown, Attorney-General ManBon ls
pleasing to the Opposition leader."
prevail. Buck Courtrey is the political boss of the entire valley. Jim
last, one of the small harried ranchers, hus tiie courage t-o stand up against Courtrey. who although married, covets Last's daughter. Ho accosts her on the range and she threatens to tell her father. Fearing the
letter's ■ revenge, Courtrey shoots
him in the hack. Last expires in Iiis
daughter's arms, aud she divines wlu:
Is the assassin, und swears to kill
him with her father's guns, Courtrey learns from his wife that Tharou,
Last's daughter, loves Billy, one of
her cow punchers, and sets about to
capture him and make the girl come
to terms. Tharon and some vigilantes hi a battle recover some cattle
Courtrey bas caused lo lie stolen
from the Last ranch, but Billy is taken captive. Courtrey's wife tells'
Tharon    where her lover is hidden,
respective parts, and are alive to tell
the story. These scenes form tlie
climax in "Stranger Thau Fiction."
featuring Kathertne Macdonald. showing at tlie Stab Theatre. Monday and
Tuesday next, tlie nights of the base-
hall benefits shows.
^^^^^^ level-
ops a kindliness of character that endears him to all There is pathos in
ti e scene, but the tragic element has
gone The --.cue In which the prematura!} old man leaves tlie prison.
aud those immediately following, are
ill to be the most touching portray-
g ever given by Farnum.
Kifch-trlnt
Mac Donald
WILLIAM   KAKNIM
COMING HERE IN ¥<
SUPER SPECIAL
IX
FILM
Kccpy^ui -.WioiW/Veiv
WHITE
Shoi? Dressing
"Perjury." a William Pox special
production presents William Purnum
fu a role which is said to make supreme demands upon hfs dramatic genius, comes to the Star Theatre for
two nights, Priday and Saturday, of
next week. This production enjoyed
a special run on Broadway, where ft
created a sensation. Reviewers declare it is one of the most intense
human Interest dramas ever seen on ■
and she starts out to rescue him. She | tlte screen.
effects this, and rallies some men ag-! The story makes the famous star
alnst Courtrey's gang, und tlie latter, display various emotions of great in-
defeated, attempts to make off. He tensity. Tlie hero first appears as a
Is overtaken by the girl, however, and man of 45, successful in business, a ,
after attempting further trickery, is : happy husband and father, cheerful
killed by her, and the way is clear for and genial. Then lie is transformed
Tharon to become the wife of Billy. I into a person of unceasing  torment
THK   BK;   PICTURE   FEATURE
at the Baseball  Benefit Nights being
put on at the Star Theatre. Monday
and Tuesday next. Sept. 25tb and .0th.
Baseball Benefit
Star Theatre
Monday and Tuesday,
September 25th and 26th
Local Talent Assisting
Vocal and Instrumental Numbers
Children's Choruses & Fancy Dances
A Special Moving Picture Attraction
Kathe_E_J,ne MacDonald
Stranger
Than Fiction
ONE   SHOW-
ON I.V
BACH NI01IT
OET YOUK TICKETS
PROM TIIK COMMITTEE
ADULTS        -      -
Commencing sit
60 ('fills
8 p.m.
u l'.M.i:   six
TIIK  CRANBROOK   IIERAU)
Thursday, Si-p|pinli<-r 21,  Mil
City Items of Interest
Insure with Be.ile <fc Khvell.
+    +    f
TUNGSTEN LA>ll'S-ir. watt, :t5c;'.
L'j, -10 and 60 watt, 40c; 100 watt Nit-'
rogen, $1UU; 150 watt Nitrogen $1.35,
Our low prices win every time.
W. F. l>ORAN.
+    +    +
Tlie film entitled, " ATl'ip to tbe Ko-
kunee Qlaeier Park," taken recently by
M. Nelson, of this city, and depicting
tliu outing of the Kokanee Mountaineering Cluh to Ibe glacier of tbat name
not fni- irom Nelson, has been purchased by ihe British Columbia Government for scenic advertising purposes, A private showing was given hist
week lo Ilie members of the club, and
was reported nn very enthusiastically.
Do you pay renl'.'   Why? when you
can own yotir own home hy means of
our plan  of easy monthly  payments.
Apply lo Uealo A Elwoll,
-r    -r    +
Henry Ames was charged in the ciiy police courl nu Tuesday with vagrancy. He was found between lhe
.lohn .Manning and Beattle-Noble hIo-
res al 6 a.m., and not aide tn give a
Wtlsfactory accounl of himself. He
was reluctant to go to work ut $3.H5
per day, slating this wus loo little. He
was let OUI ou suspended sentence,
and given the option ot finding work
oi- getting out of ilie city.
Tho lire insurance companies represented by Heale & IBlWOll are strong
aud roll able, Rates given on application.
4- -t- +
The Imperial Oil Company has put
a 360 gallon oil lank wagon in the ciiy
for use in connection with their tank
Btntion here, aud as a result quicker
service is available for the garages
land other big users of gasoline in tlie
city,
+    +    +
Do you own u safely deposit box?—
the only  sure  place for  title  deeds.
j bonds, etc.   Only $3.00 per annum with
.Heale * Klwell.
+ + +
I A prisoner incarcerated at the jail
I a few days ago became Ingenious and
1 fashioned an Instrument from a handle of ii lard pall, apparently shaping
it hy rubbing it against tho cement
.ind bending it. with which he ntteni
pted to pick the lock of his cell door.
He was surprised iu the middle of the
laborious effort, and bis implement
taken possession of liy the police.
t -t- -t-
We have in slock a full line of women's, men's, girls", lioys" and children's
shoes. Our slock is complete and our
low prices win every timo.
1.711 IV. v. no RAN.
-f  + +
Special Rally Day Service* are lo be
held nt the Baptist Sunday School a
week rrom this coming Sunday. October 1st. A warm invitation is extended to all to attend.
Corporation of the City of
Cranbrook
Tenders are invited I'or the purchase
lhe Building on l.ot IS, Iiloek 39.
Tenderers will be expected lo remove same at their own risk and ex-
pense within thirty days.
Tenders will be received by Ihe
undersigned not laler than September SOth.
The lowest or any lender not neees- -
snrily accepted.
T. M. ROBERTS,
City Clerk.
September 21, 1922.
:h:m:i
SELLS
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'ON-
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HEARTS ARETRUMPS
Wll IX YOU PLAY TIIK CAMIY GAME,
Every Sweetheart lias a sweet tooth.
We can assure you Ihat Our Confections
arc pure, fresh, and at all limes delicious.
ON    SATURDAY,   SKI-TKJIBKH,   23rd
WE WILL GIVE AWAY FREE
A  IIMN'i III 1)01,1, KOIt TIIK KIDDIES
with   each   pound   of candy   purchased
on thai day.
These   Dolls  are  made by  the   Famous
Makers of Detinlson'8 Crepe Paper.   Only
a   limited  supply to be Riven  away, so
Purchase Early
■HERE'S MY HEADQUARTERS!-
NIGHT PHONE 375. DAY PHONEIE
WE ARE PRDMPT-WE ARE CAREFUL
NEXT TO REM THEOTRE
FOlt RELIAMMTY OF CONSTRUCTION)     PURITY     OF
TONE, AND PERFECTION OF
TOUCH—CHOOSE A
Sold on Terma to Suit Purchaser. Write for Booklet or Caii nt
■110 Baker Street, Nelson, B.C,
lienle & Elweli for
Tho Parmers' Institute will hold
aeetlng on Saturday. Oetober "th, at
Uie City Hall. 30
The Farmers' Institute will hold a
meeting on Saturday, October 7th, at
Um City Hall. 30
Mrs. J. V. M, Brook ot Winnipeg is
Visiting her cousins, Mr. and Miss
Manning, Manson Avenue.
.Miss Marion MacKinnon lefi on
Thursday of this week lo vet urn to
Toronto University, wliere she enters
ihe second year of her course.
I'.rio MacKinnon and Herbert Cheater lefi on Wednesday for Vancouver
where tlie former will take up a course
ai the university, while the latter resumes his work i here.
Miss Kershaw returned ou Monday
from tho const by way of Spokano, aflor n two weeks' holiday, and al Spokane visited with Miss Irene Beech,
formerly oE this city.
The I'nst Noble Grands' Club of the
Maple Leaf Rebekah Lodge met at the
home of Mrs. A. l-i. Jones on Tuesday
last, September 19th. A vory pleasant evening was spent, and Inter dainty refreshments were served,
Coo. Love, fireman with tlie Ross-
Saskatoon Lumber Co., at Waldo, was
brought in to the hospital here on
Monday of tliis week, after having lost
his foot in an aoident at. the mill. He
was treated nt lonce and is now doing
well.
William Henry Stender, who lost bis
home by lire recently at Kootenay Orchards, near the city, has this week
purchased J. P. Deacon's residence on
Cranhrook Street, and lias moved Into
the new home. The deal wns put
ibi'oiigb by Martin Bros, of tills eity.
Quite a number from Pernie visited
ibe new townsite of McNab on Wednesday uf lernoon. The contractors
for tho Pulp Co., McDougall & Co., of
Vancouver, are already on the ground
and expect to commence work inmied.
lately. — Pernie Pree Press.
Tlie Kootenay Telephone Co. truck
was badly wrecked iu an accident near
the While Spruce Co. mill on Sunday
last, when il went over tlie bunk. Two
children who were riding In it. wore
badly injured, one of them having several fibs broken.—Pernie Pree Press.
A numlier of Chapter members from
this city were at Fernie one evening
iasi week-end assisting in the consecrating of n .new Chapter there, or rather, a revival of ibe Chapter ihat formerly was in existence there. Those
attending from here were Messrs. W.
A. Nisbet, A. E. Jones, A. Shankland,
P. \V. BurMess, Jno. Martin, P. Adams
nnd A. A. MacKinnon, who was accompanied hy Mrs. MacKinnon aud
daughter.
Verne Woodman   returned lo tlm ci.
ty on Sunday  last   from  the  prairie i
provinces.
Born. — To Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Bail- J
ey, of this eity, on Saturday, September 16th, a daughter.
Prank Bridges of this city Is leaving shortly to enter Brandon College |
for a course of study.
P. Doodson returned on Thursday
from MacLeod, and will remain in tbe
city at least for the winter.
BORN. — At tbe St. Eugene Hospital, on Thursday, September 21st, to
Mr. and Mrs. Prank Fowler, of Cran-j
brook, a sou. j
Miss Ethel Clnpp has been at the
hospital this week, undergoing an op.
oration for toiiBtlitia today. Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs, Oeorge Alfred Brown
have purchased Prico Mumble's residency on French Avenue, through
Martin Bros, of this city, and have
moved inlo their new home Iliis week.
Pred Ryckmnn of Port Steele who 1»
attached to the Indian Agency, has, received word from Ottawa to remove
from Port Steel and locate lu Cranbrook, and may this fall come to lhe
..ity to again make his home here.
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. MncPliorson are
enjoying a short holiday trip to tbe
coast, having gone by way of Spokane,
and intending to visit Seattle and Vancouver. They expect to bo away ob-
out ten days or two weeks.
Vincent Pink left on Tuesday of this
woek for Toronto, where lie takes up
the first, of his three years' law study
■onrse, following ills graduation from
the University of Toronto lust yenr. In
connection with the course at Osgoode
HaB, he has become articled to a prominent firm of Toronto lawyers.
Mrs. A. E. Leigh sailed this week
from England by the C. P. R. ship
"Montrose," uud alter spending fl few
weeks in the east visiting with relatives, will arrive home about the end of
next month. Accompanying her on
tlie ocean voyage Is Miss Blackmail, of
Brighton, England, who is coining
straight through to this city to become a bride here.
The Norman McGinnts residence on
Lumsden Avenue, facing B.ikar Park,
was sold this week, and George Garden of Moyie has rented il to move
his family into next month when his
Government road operations have been
completed at tbo Moyie end of the new
cut-off. Martin Bros, of this city nut
through tbe deal.
They can't keep away from Cranbrook. and now they are goiiiK nt il
again nt the obi stand. The ileal was
Completed on Thursday of tbis week
whereby Messrs. Walters and Ratcllffe
take over the L. I). Cafe, and tliey will
again he running tlie popular place
shortly. The restaurant is being closed for a few days while alterations
aro heing carried out, after which they
will be ready for business.
Petri* I9 Vogue
■MB
One of the most favored of
ladles' neck ornaments is a
string of beautiful pearls
PEARLS represent the most
beautiful in jewelry. They
harmonize with every color
and add warmth and tone lo
apy complexion.
Owing to ili>* keen demand
for pearl strings we have provided a large assortmenl of
the best, the market njtovds,
Nn prettier gift —no nicer
purchase for one's self (ban
a string of these Hue pearls.
W.H.Wilson
.ImHtr
THE SALVATION ARMY
HANSON AVENUE
Special Harvest Thanksgiving Sec-
vices will be beld next Sunday. The
hall will be suitably decorated for tbe
occasion.
Holiness meeting at 11 a.m.
Sunday School und Bible Class at
3 p.m..
Special Harvest Thanksgiving Service al 7..t() p.m.
Monday evening at 8 p.m. a sale of
vegetables, fruit, homo cooking, etc.,
will lie held. We invite you to attend
tlte services on Sunday, and don't forget the salo on M-onday.
HARVEST FEKTIV.U
The following are the Harvest Fes-
llval Services to he held In Christ
Church on Sunday, September 24th:
Holy Communion at 8 a.m. Matt ins
and Holy Communion at 11 n.m.
Evensong nl "..to p.m.
HcNAK TOWNSITE (NK.VK KIKO)
The announcement promised for this
issue of The Herald hy Martlu Bros,
had to he postponed (ill next week,
owing to their having found it Impossible io complete tholr Investigations
this week, and attend io iho many
pressing local matters.
REBEKAH CIH'lt-TII
SERVICE POSTPONED
TILL SUNDAY NEXT
The church service of Ihe Ueheknll
Lodge, which was lo have been held
at the Baptist church 011 Sunday evening hist, was postponed for n week, owing to the absence of the pastor, Rev-
W. T. Tapscott, at the Methodist service. The Robekahs will therefore
attend service at tlie Baptist Church
on this coming Sunday evening, September 24th, in dpmmemoration of the
71st anniversary of the order. A full
attendance of members is requested,
to meet at the lodge room at the Auditorium at 7 o'clock.
WANT ADS.
STAR  SECOIS1I   HAND  STOKE
I'hone 9.
We pay the best prices going lor all
kinds   of   furniture.     W. buy anything from a mouse trap to an automobile.
W. W. Kilby. Auctioneer and Valuer
LOST—Prom a ntomobl le 011 Sunday
last between Port Steele and Skookumchuck, feather cushion with
cretonne cover. Finder please
leave at Millers. Ta-la Creek, or
Horald Ollice. 3fltf
FURS WANTED
By party going Into Oilfields
In Northern Alberta.
Will   buy   good second-hand
Pur Coal, Gauntlets aud Head
Wear also Mocassins.     State
lowest price each article.
Write P.O. Box 287,
CHANBROOK, B.C.
FOlt SA LP- Five roomed bouse wltll
bath, garage and shed on Burwell
Avenue. $1,600. Can be had on
terms.   Apply A. F. Crowe. tf
FOH SALE— Six
cylinder McL
nif-li-
llu far lor sale.
Prlc
o $7(10.
Can
ho seen ai Dezall
s Can
1st:
:in-:ii
POR SALE—-R.C. 11
ml S.C
Brown
I.efi-
horn  Cockerels/
iraro
bred.
$2.00
each.   Write Hox 4i»x, Cranliroo
k, 0-3
WANTED. — Thro
s   or
four n
lined
house furnish.il.
Am
ly 1*. II
Hox
llti.i. Cranbrook.
29
FOR SALE, — Dndge cur, run :s.rtOn
miles. McLaughlin Four, in first
class condition. Apply to Martin
Bros.,     Cranbrook. 28tf
WANTED. — A middle aged lady to
caro for children for two weeks
about October lst or 15th while
mother is absent from town. Musi
be fond of children. Apply Box
267, ('ranbrook. 28tf
FOR SALE, — A good large fireproof
safe. Apply B. Weston, Baker
Street. 28tf
W. McGrew
MASON & RISCH
Piano Tuner
will be in the cfty between
SEPTEMBER 15 mul 211.
Timing and Action
Regulating.
Sal infliction Guaranteed
Leave Orders al Herald
Office or Plione 384
rW*/V-<mV|/M s**slt*M   mfeflji   m*t\*>   **A)**s*m\ftm   .flfst   >r\*f*mm
A New Shipment of
English Ginghams and Chanibrays at, per yurd 2.1c.
llnyK'  Knickers, good wearing  Special #1.05
I     Men's  Working Pauls, al    .LIT.
B. WESTON  -I'lie Store llml Sella I'or Less
i .
P*ft  ******* —*%' ******* *>**\  -m'« *****"   If"*  -Ift-fl
JOHN MANNING
We are expecting our laBt shipment of
Pears, Prune Plums, and Peaches for
preserving purposes ut the end of Ihis
week.
Cfoncord Grapes, per basket  90c
Tomatoes, per crate  Mr
(To arrive this week.)   ,
Canned Tomatoes, per ean   20e
Waler Melons, per lb     5c
Ico Cream Melons, per lb     5c
Hubbard Squash, Pumpkins and Citron
SUGAR, 10 lbs $1.05, 20 lbs $2
FOR SALE—ItCBlHtoreil Holsteln bull,
cows, heifers in calf, calvos, Heavy
milking pedigrees; $50 In $300.
Catlicarl Scott, Newgale, B.C,   27-29
You can get Food for Yourself
and Komi for Your Car ut
CANAL FLAT
KulI Line of C.rnrertes nnd Provlnloim
J. K. Chorlton
TEACHER OP
'CELLO and VIOLIN
TERMA     -      *l Per Usaoil
III HANSON AVENUE
— l'liono M0 —
,    .  .        .... .   .,
SACRIFICE
SALE
lfiO   Acres,   part   river   bottom
hind, on Koolenay Hlver,
$3.00 per Acre
A.1>l>ly
Martin Bros. - Cranbrook, B.O. I
liiliiiHiiiiiiiiiiii] ."!■,'.:;.;: i.  \    ,,i 'aiiliiiiii
W.  NICOLL
HOOTS AM) SHOES
REPAIRED
Norbury A v«nuo —Between Mm
2 moving picture theatre...   Former ofllce of Cranbrook Agency
Give a Returned Han a Trial
New Fall
Coats and Dresses
Are Here
We are showing the most beautiful
collection that we ever have had. The
clothes are of the best quality, and the
contrasting shades are perfect.
The prices are within the reach of All.
The two cuts shown will give yon a
very good idea of the beautiful styles.
*
John Wright, a rancher some miles
out of the city, was brought In on Sa-
turiluy last by Provincial Constable
Atontlnior. charged with sheep dealing. The case came up before the nin-
glstrate ami wns remanded for eight
days.
Mr. Horborl M. Uiugiu sold bis resi.
ilence on tbe corner of French and Kd-
I wards Street In this city, ami purchased Uie Scott Hill ranch, next lo
Ithe Atchison ranch adjoining the city.
: to which place he moved on Tuesday.
Mr. Hill len for northern California,
; wliere he has  lived  previously for a
iconsiderable length of time,   Mr. Hill's
; health necessitated the move to another climate.    Both  deals  were  put
j through by Martin Bros, of this city.
Saturday   Specials
POT   iROAST BEEF   Ill 16 l*_l_e 111.
SMOULDER ROAST BEEP      12. _c III.
BRISKET BEEF     He III.
ROUND STEAK       .lie Hi.
SMOULDER ROAST PORK    . 8c III.
SHOULDER ROAST VEAL    18c Hi.
SMOULDER SPRING LAMB       18c 111.
IIOME MADE SAUSAGE      Ine Hi.
HAMBURGER       loe Hi.
FRESH KILLED BROILERS   AND   FOWL
CREAM and NEW MILK   —  best   by   test
P. Burns CBb Co. Ltd.
PHONE 10
CIIAMIIKMIh, II.C.
BRITISH CAPITAL FOR CANADA
JAMES II. BHOWN LIMITHII
foreign Hankers, Underwriters, Ntock llnikcrs
lluvlllR   I'XCPIllllHIIll   fai'llltl.'H   for   lllllllT»Tlllll|!   I.llllllll.   |)tVila   (lolllllll
of IhiiuI Ihsiicw, ilebenliirpH, ami nmi.ll I'limiiiinli's HeoklliR oxpnilBlou.
TK.UII.ltH AMI TKAVKIXKHNi Credit!-, arrangod  In  a um ol
Kiiriili,-.    ('losi'Hl   exchange  rail's  i|iioti-il.    It 11 Im  dlecoilllleil.
nofertinca:   l.l.iy.r*.  Hunk. Coventry  Street  W„  Uinilmi,  ISngliind,
AKi'iitH In all |irllli'l|Nil rltli's or Knniin- inul Aula.
Ili'llil IHIICfl SI. HIi'lilli'li'H .."niiiiiliei'H.   T_l«|*ra|ill 81., Mborgltto, I'M'
LONDON, UN.il.AMI.
A Dlreotor Ih n-Htileni In Urltlali Columbia.   Koototi(.*y eorrofipoiiiloti.o
may tie aildreaHeil lo llox (', Thn llvnilil, rriiiilironk, Il.r.
Cranbrook Cartage & Transfer Co.,
TOWRISS  &   AIU1HS
SAND
and
GRAVEL
LUMBER
COAL
and
WOOD
EXCAVATING ANIl MOVINIl  BIIII.II1XIH
IMSTHIBI1TION CARS A RPECIAI.TY
Furniture and Baggage Transferred
Paeked
Stored
— TEAMS BY DAY OR HOUR ON SHORT NOTICE
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