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Array THURSDAY, novembku 8SU1, ims
TIIK      CRANHROOK      HKRAI.I)
PAGE TIIUKK
I.KSS THAN 1
Four Weeks j
To XMAS
If Purchase sensible and |
lasting gifts this year. '
That's tlie' kind wo |
handle. j
1! Bracelet AV a to li es,  !
Neck lets.    Rings,   j
French    Ivory,      Out   1
Glass. Pk'karil'a China.  |
Leather Goods, Silverware,   Watcrnm n's
Fountain Pens, etc,
H Plan your Christmas
Bhonning   early.    Our
stock Is now complete
mul we can servo you
nuieh more satisfactory
than ut the lasl minute.
W.  H. Wilson
Jeweler
rLWrMtyWuv--
■ iwwWI.Wv.
re-
Get   YOUR
from
H
F. PARKS & CO.
Hardware & Mill Supplies
Cranbrook,    ■    K. C.
\£—; ai
lacteal and Personal
Kilby frames piotm-es; phone 9.        ««■»!•   »'"*"-   KM*'   Sleigns,
, . Hardwood sleds, in fact everything
to   slide   with,   at   Moffatt's   Variety
Store.
Insure wiih Bealo & Dlwell
Dry wood  wan Led at lhe Her
aid office,
Skating Ih now the order of tiie day.
The  Ladies of St.  Marys' Church
will hold a sale of fancy work   and
] plain sewing in "The Palm" on Saturday,  Dec. "th. NoV.28-5
Cranhrook Saddlery for Gloves and
Mills.
Tlie   ladies of  St.  Mary's  Church
will hold a sale of fancy work ami
(lei » whirr of the ozone, it will dnl "luilv Mwto« m "T,,p Palm" "" Sat"
you good.
unlay.   Dee.   7th.
Nov.28-5
Mr. and  Mrs.  Malr. of Fort  Steele
were Crauhrook visitors on Tuesday.
Ilii-s' and UivW all wool Toqies,
Special   76C   each   -Moffatt's   Variety
Shire.
Mrs. Oeo, Cartwrtghii of  Erlckson,
in visiting Iht daughter, Mrs. ll. A.
McKowan.
S. II. Creolman, dairyman of May-
ook, was in town this week with
buttermilk, sweet milk and cream.
Peter Lund of Lethbrldge has 400
head of cattle pasturing al Mayook,
near Fort Steele.
Ill per. cent Cash Msrount off all
Christmas goods now till 25th Dec.
at  Moffatt's  Variety Store.
Large assortment Kewpie Dulls,
10c. 15c and 25c to $1.00 each, on sale !
Moffatt's  Variety   Store.
Santa Clans will sonn be here and
the merchants are getting their
Christmas goods ou display.
Hay. No. 1 Prairie, just in, $35
a ton. Plenty of hay and straw and
grain of all kinds,—-Cranbrooh Trading Co.
"Farm and Home" Is a new weekly
farm paper published at Vancouver
It is a very creditable production.
20 per cent Discount off all Boys'
j and Girls' Sweaters, Coals, Hats and
| Caps, now on till Xmas, at Moffatt's
I Variety Store.
Don't lie afraid that we will print
too good a paper if you give us all
tlte news. Nothing's ton good for
Cranbrook.
Full Rubbers aud Overshoes. Gum
Lecert Boots. Arctic Boots in boys',
men's and ladles' at Moffatt's Variety
Siore.
The ROBBland Daily Miner lias converted itself into a weekly. In the
early days when Rossland was booming the Daily Miner was a bonanza.
As a weekly it should prosper ns
prosperity noes in this underpaid
profession.
Do jour i hrlsimas shopping early-
Call in ai (Hire and look over oar
complete line of holiday offerings at
Moffatt's Variety Store, Santa Clans'
Headquarters,
I), a. Sutherland has received the
sad news by wire of tlie death of his
mother in Saginaw, Mich., at the ego
or 76 years. No particulars have
yet heen received.
The day or National Thanksgiving
for victory lias been fixed by the
Dominion Government tor Sunday.
Pec. 1st. It is expected that it be
generally observed.
If you do not carry insurance on
your household furniture and wearing apparel a policy with Beale &
Elweli will give you protection al a
trifling cost.   Phone 20 for rates.
Mayook school it ihe latent addition
to the pubic schools of this district.
it is now In course of construction
nnd is expected to be completed by
the first of the year,
One nurse at the hospital deserves
a medal, having attended to a ward
full   of 80  patients.    There   was
scarcity of nurses at the time as man
of them were down with the flu.
Poultry Supplies, Corn. Wheat Bar
ley, Beef Scrap. Oyster  Schell.  Grit.
Straw, etc.    If you cannot  get  lieu
feed elsewhere phone 183—Cranbrook
j Trading Co.
Word was received in the city yesterday that Mrs, ,Ios. Tahhausser of
. Fort Steele, who had been sick for
j n long time, died on Tuesday evening.
! I^abor saving Xmas presents for the
| home—Tlie Geyser Electric Washer;
Tbe Eureka Vacuum Cleaner: The
Little Hamilton Beach Sowing Ma-
! chine Motor and appliances, Demon-
; strated at Patmore Bros. Buy useful
. -rifts as your duty to the Empire.
Mrs. Symes was one of the hardest
workers during tlie flu epidemic, hav-
iiiK looked after about 30 families. She
deserves a great deal of praise for
the noble work site has done.
Win. Guthrie has been appointed to
the position of deputy assessor and
collector for the Fort Steele assessment district, and registrar ot voters
for the Cranbrook electoral district
Try a Safety Deposit Box at Beale
& Elwell's for the safe storage ot
Victory Bonds and title deeds and
i you know tbey aro safe from fire
: and loss from other causes. The cost
i is a trifle
N A. Walllnger, governmeni agent,
i has been appointed to the position of
1 district registrar of the -supreme
court, Cranbrook. and registrar of the
' county tourt of East Kootenay holden
. at  Cranbrook
Thos Cameron, of Mayook, was   In j j—i^
town yesterday with  ll  head of fat ™~f~
steers  which  ho sold  to the Cran- I!)!.I
brook Trading Co.   Tom is one of the
Oumaron Brothers who settled in the
Fort Steele district in the year 1!)0:S.
They   came   from   Scotland,   settling |
first    In    Manitoba.    Mayook    is
splendid stock raising district,    Tbey J
have never had a failfure of the hay |
crbp,   Tiiis year tlie clover was especially good.
Tin
High s
•Im
al
will
open
hi Mon-
day
jiirmiL.'
Hi
2nd.
III   !<
n'l'lork
Ins-ei
ii ol 9.3
Tl
e st
linllir
are to
be bi
'I'll    llll
lar
u
Imir
hour
in liel|i
them
in make
up
fo
r In,
1   T 111.
ilurinrr
lllO  fi
tldemic,
Mrs. Gertrude Abbott met with a
painful accident while skating on
Saturday. She fell on the Ice and
leg.     It   caused   her  great
T. C. Phillips made a trip hist week
to Nelson. Rossland and Trail. He
Bays ihere is a Chinese doctor at
Rossland and Trail, who has fought
the influenza so successfully that
he has not lost a case. He bleeds
his patients under the arm and on
the wrist. He holds a clinic for the
benefit of the White medical men
who have been baffled in treating the [
disease. He claims to have been
resident oi  Cranbrook.
I). A K'.v. formerly of the Herald |
staff, \* Installed -Rain in the office
as linotype operator -,md general all |
round prlntorlnl artist. He hae c
cumnnvlgated ihe west since leaving!
here last spriiiR and was on his way
from Vancouver to Toronto when we j
hauled him orf the train and sat hii
down on the seat of honor before the I
linotype, which machine seeni"d to he |
very  glad   that   he  has  returned  he-
SANTA
CLAUS
WILL soon
be  HERE
She was taken to tho hospital   cause it has been on Its best behavior
pain.
on Wednesday to have the X-ray put
Attention—Will all those who borrowed flags, streamers and bunting
from the G. W, v. A. for decorating
purposes please return come ns soon
as possible to Mr. Richardson at tho
Herald office. Prompt attention to
this mutter will he appreciated by the
Association.
Mrs. F
workers
linn for
several
hack to
Apples— Mcintosh Red Apples at
tills time of year are the only apples
to buy. None better for eating and
cooking. Vou get the best from us;
also Jonathans. Wagners. Winter
Bananas, etc.—Cranbrook Trading Co.
^m^~
ISgADY"
fiPBtfgiF
T HYACINTH!
FACTORY
Tkr Amrs Boutin Mrfir.ul,-factorynl!S", Hyarinllr, Qiir .rntirrly Hmil/il la Iht production i/uot'"
shoes, Capacity 4,000 pain frr day,
Shoes for Canada's Workers
FOR many years iliis company Ims si udied lhe shoe needs of workmen in nil lines of industry. The conditions under whicli work
shoes .ire worn differ widely, nnd no single type of shoe will suit
nil of them.
Ames Holden McCready shoes for farmers, lumbermen, miners,
mechanics, etc., arc the result of special effort 10 produce exactly the
type of shoe which will give 1 he longest possible service together with
liie greatest comfort to each class. Wo are able 10 do t his because of our
large output, and the fact that A. H. M. shoes are sold in all sections of
Canada—not merely locally. t
It is worth remembering that there is an A. 11. M. shoe for every
purpose, for men, women and children, Incidentally, A. IT. M. shoes
bear the Union Label, which is a guarantee of the best factory conditions and the highest standards of workmanship.
AM.At, War~Time Selections fur Men, Woman and Children
offer special Service Value.    Ash your dealer fur them.
AMES HOLDEN McGREADY
LIMITID
"Shoemakers to the Nation"
■T.JOHN       MONTREAL       TORONTO ^U'-J-**. WINNlFRO    EDMONTON   VANCOUY1R
Whtn you hay Show look for—
-thii Trattt-mark on •vtrrymol*
V. Harrison was one of the
vlio deserves special meti-
hcr noble efforts in nursing
critical cases of influenza
health. She nursed Mrs. Don
Burton through thc crisis and was
with Mrs. Whteside until her removal
to the hospital.
ever sine
CARD OF THANKS
* Tbe Sisters or St. Eugene Hospital
wish to extend their most sincere
thanks to His Worship Mayor Clapp
and the Aid Committee, as well as
the Doctors and people of Cranhrook,
for the kind interest shown and tlie I
assistance so generously given during
ihe late epidemic.
woNM-um. Fuimis fob
IVOJfKN AM> (HII.IHtl-N
He has sent ahead to us a TREMEN
DOUS    STOCK   of   CHRISTMAS
PRESENTS    for    the    children   and
everybody else
Next    week    we    will    begin    to   toll
you    all   about    it
\V. I). Hill, specialist in ladies' and
children's weur, has a wonderful display  or  goods  worn  by  ladies  and
children.    It  is the finest stork   of
these  articles  that it has  been   our
privilege to lay our eyes upon lu any
The volunteer nurses who were in   interior city in the west.   The new
their headquarters in Ihe Leaak house 8toch |8 vattier, a, aboilt $1o>noo lind
and   took  cbarge  of the  temporary i comprises  almost  everything  imag-
hospita!  wore doing   excellent   work hnable that Ih suitable tor women and
until they began to fall s-k them-  children's wear.   It was consigned to
i elves.   About, eight nurses out of the! „   fjrm   •„   ti,0  okanagan,  but,  thev
r.ozen  were victims of the upldemlc.   wore unable to handle it, so Mr. Hill
They  arc  now  nearly all  recovered  bought  it at a price something res-
and have returned to their homes,    j entitling 48c on the dollar and   hnaj
I opened it up In Cranbrook, for  the!
It is urged, as a National duty, this j benefit of the ladies here, who will;
Christmas that only useful  presents ] be  able   to   regale  themselves  with
bo purchased.   With this In view and'the sight of the latest and best  In
as one oi  ihe most useful  presents) their line nnd secure many wonder-1
ror the  lady of the house, and one! ful bargains,
thai she will appreciate for years to |    At tbe same time Mr. Hill has In
come, as a great labor saver around
the home. Patmore Bros, are demonstrating    the    "EUREKA"    Vacuum
Cleaner.
ent l)e Ln
'
stalled   the  newest electric   lighting
system for stores.    It is a diffusing
light almost as bright as  day  and
is the Christmas pre;;-' without any  glare,    lt  is' the  best
ty are also featuring  system that light scientists have yet
the little Hamilton \^\
Homo motor  been able to devise.   His old lighting;
ind other
They   will
lall   and
mated.
ig the sewing machine system hjas been removed upstairs
ippliancos about the home, where goods are being placed on
be pleased to have you display almost as elaborately as on
see these poods demon- the ground floor. Mr. Hill's enterprise is certainly commendable.
"Heavy, heavy nana over
your head."
"0.1 know what it is. daddy!
Vou held it too close and I
smell It—it's WRIGLEVS!"
Music Lovers Amazed by
Edison's Daring Test
All told, :,ooc,ooo music lovers in Canada and
the United States, on more than ltoo different
occasions, have gone to one of their local theatres
m'led with curiosity regarding a startlinglv novel
musical recital to which they had been invited.'
In each case they
have come away amazed at the almost unbelievable demonstration
which had taken place
betore their verv eves,
and ears — the most
daring rest of a phono-
graph or talking
machine ever made.
They saw a noted Ediion artist stand beside
%e NEW EDISON
"The Phonograph with a Soul"
They heard lhe in.trun.enr ting In :he artnx'i mice—Id other
word,, rc-.i-rjt, her voi.e. Preientiy the wtw ner»ei:' began to
ling note lor note wiih ihe inwumenr. Monealiy rmned ear,
•trove in vain lo di,tingui;h lhe fainlet: thade ol difference belween
Ihe actual voiie and the Re-Crea-ion. Then, Midden'v and with.
out warning, the mill cea,ed .inging, ieaviog tbe iMtrumen- to
continue the air alone, Onl)- by witching the .rti.t'i up, did il.e
audience Inmv thai ,he had cea.ed tinging mi thai ther heard 'he
iwtrument alone.    Thi, i, ihe (amoui Editor Tone Tell,
Onl" Ediion make, ihii ten. Only Kdiaon tea moke thi, -e.i,
becauie only the New Ediion actually ri-irutu the Uuai voa.c
and ihe mu.icol'human-piayct tnttrurne.r, vtjir, e-ery 'ow oueittv
<r.J everv ihade of riprenion. Oruaatr ; r.o«*|ea»ha, tavri u1. rip
n.acbiu*,, meteljr r/ae«.Ve.
itrn
If Slit  k.tr i,
lint ttit, wa
n..r.,b tl ,v- n.rr.
'..It rm.re, 1, eeitstii sm £.«.*
i «; litil ctsr Es'lm'smtttmUlfkttm fkt      IM
M.kt tht livit t, isit ...r tinwimitti.
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f Cranbrook Drug & Book Co, Ltd., mm, u, ^
The  Cranbrook   Hehald
Subscribe for it $2.00 a year
THE BEST FAMILY MOWS-
PAPER PUBL1SHKDIN
SOUTH EASTERN BRITISH
COLUMBIA      ::      ::      ::
WE MAKI' \ SPECUI.TV OF FIN 15
JOB PRINTING PAGE FOUR
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
THURSDJJT, NOVEMBER 28th,  1918
INYKHMEHK
The ftual returns in eonueetlou
wtth tho sale of the Victory Loan
Bonds for l-ake Windermere district
have just been made -officially public
by the committee in marge. Tbe
grand total comes to fifty thousand,
throe hundred dollars. As twenty
thousand was the amount of the appropriation this shows the district as
entitled to the flag ol honor and six
crowns. Ot the amount subscribed
Invermere citizens took $32,500.00.
Ten other places throughout Ihe district made up tbe balance.
In honor or the event and also as
a second peace celebration a. public
dance was held iu the club house ot
the Invermere Golf and Country Club.
This will be further augmented by a
daylight celebration on tbe afternoon
of Saturday, the thirtieth, when the
"flag of honor' will be unfurled and
patriotic -speeches delivered.
On Saturday last while crossing the
Kootenay river at a point about fifty
miles south of here a Kootenay   Indian   named   Lame  Joe  rej-orts   tho
finding of the bones of a man.   The [ wont,
matter has been reported to the police  suppOBe
tor further Investigation, lt Ib thought  another
by some that there Is a remote pOBfil-;
s me peace
1 THE FRONT LINE
bility of these bones being the remains of either Dr. Charles Wales
Drysdale  or   bis   assistant,  both
Extract From a Letter dated Nov 1st
received by  Helen Worden,
rrom Lieutenant James Milne.
Dear  Niece
It  Is  some  days  since  I   received
your   letter,  dated   Sept.   1st   and   I
think   I   had   better answer It   now
and let you know that I Imve been
awarded   the   Military  Cross   so  you
see  your  old   uncle  has  starteod   to
get on after all.     1 am not very keen
on looking for those honors but when
I have to do a Job I usually make out
somehow.      We   thought    yesterday
that the war must be over but when ,
I    woke   up this   morning   at    five
o'clock It seemed as if all the guns In |
France  had  been   turned  loose, ho  I ,
came  to  the  conclusion   they   wore
talking  peace  In  tlie front  line.      I
think there niUBt have beer a "show" j
on  but  have  not   heard  yet   how   It
wont.      Il  thoy  do not  stop  soon   1 i
our   battalion   will   be   into
me before long. i
France Oct. 28th I
ls It nothing? Is w u to be neglected until It leads to that terrible
scourge consumption? Peps stand
between winter coughs and colds,
uud serious consequences. Peps
ur* tablets made up of Pine
extracts and medicinal essences,
which when put Into the mouth
turn Into healing vapors. These
are breathed down direct to the
Itnilfs, throat and bronchial tubes
—not swallowed down to the
stomach, which Is not ailing.
Ill   ■ Mli'.   lu'i   1)1   I'.pn  Im   -onl   ■■>.■!,   (Kilt
couth, biMcttil.1 it n-llirai.   All d-mcMa tht
itotci oi r--» Con Toi-juto, mil lupiHT
peps
To W. E. Worden
Dear Bill
ets,   comforters  and   pillows,    floor
coverings, etc.
In the men's department there arc
sweaters,  ties,  handkerchiefs,  drcss-
Heccived yours of the   iu* «ownB-   BCftrf8-   glove8'   ""WW.
i!0tli when 1 returned from leave al-
sult cases, grips, and many articles
■whom were drowned lust year In the I 8o found  my battalion about twenty   lo" numeroUB t0 mention.
Northern reaches of that river. They I miles further forward than when I
were members of the Dominion Gov-: -ert them, and billeted with the Fren-
ernment Geological Survey staff and j -.|- people who have been under the
while crossing the river were upset I Hun for four years. The people were
In thc ladles' department there Is
a large assortment to select from In
coats, sweaters, skirts, scarfs, blouses
stamped goods, cozy slippers, gloves.
f-om their raft.    It is reported thai j plowed to be Uberatedand they do all  Qn enormous ran*e °f handkerchiefs
We ore out of the  and many  othw   llnes   "u,tabte  for
Christmas presents.
they were but ncantlly clad at thc
time for purposes of safety in navigating the rough water.
Christ Church Guild Annual Bazaar
lu the Parish Hall at 3 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec, 4th.
There was an error in the fall fair
prize list last week. Mrs. W. II, Glbbs
took 1st prize on canned fruits. She
has carried off first in this exhibit
for three years. This is her preserve;
there Is no heading her off from this
prize,
A number of pluces have had a recurrence cf tlte influenza after having
lifted the ban. Our people cannot be
too careful until all danger is past,
In fact it should be the endeavor of
our city to maintain :t healthy en-
vlornmcnt at all times,
The Secreteary's office, of the East
Kootenay Fall Fair, which has been
closed during the "flu" epidemic, ls
open again and prize winners at the
Fall Pair may receive their prize money by calling at his office In the City
Hall between the hours of two to five
In the afternoon.
they can for us,
front line just now and I nave
fine room and am quite satisfied to'
stay here for the duration, out T suppose our turn will come again soon.
I have notseen any of our bunch who
went from Cranbrook ln 1914 for a
long time, the last 1 saw wus McAt-
oney and Pete McKinnon last spring
and I don't know if they arc O. K. yet
or not.     No! old Heine has not got
For the children we might specially
mention there are child's rockers
and sets, sleighs and baby cutters.
Oh, there Is a happy time in store for
young and old.
GERMANY NO LONGER
A NATAL POWER
,    Germany's dream of supremacy of
me yet but I don't like them so close   the WM tB over    JUBt one weefc aR{)
today the heart of her mighty fleet-
Last Saturday, 0. P. R. constable
Lacey'B  attention   was  called  to
trunk that was being checked at the
as he put them last trip I made "over
thc top." When they cut holes In
your clothes you begin to think be is
getting too familiar, or course when
one has a company to look after In
n show one doesn't worry about trifles like that, and after ll is over you
wonder what your luck will be In
tbe next one.   We had H. H. H. the
fourteen ships of the line, seven light
cruisers and fifty destroyers—surrendered to an armada of British.
Amercan and French vessels, the
greatest fighting force that ever put
out to sea.
The German   warships  strung  out
in a single column almost 20 miles
Prince of Wales call on us to-day. he \anfii appeared at the appointed time
is attached to our corps now and Is an(j were |eti |nto t*le p|rth 0r Forth
a captain, he seems rather nice and between columns of Allied ships
there ls no swank about him, I took which overlapped the Germans at
him through some of the company's   each end.
billets as he wanted to see the men's. a surrender on such a gigantic
quarters antl have a talk with some of scale has no precedent in naval hls-
them. tory.    Although the wonderful naval
; spectacle was the same as u peace-
; time review and evoked little enthu-
Bl'YERS j siasm, the haze blotting out tbe horizon, officers could scarcely credit the
evidence of their eyes. It was an
event that shattered all naval traditions and ideals. Men animated by
the    spirit    ot    Lawrence    Dawn's
A CHEERY PLACE FOR
HOLIDAY
The Fink Mercantile Co. are making
a special effort this year to please
depot that smelt strongly of liquor, the citizens of Cranbrook and vicinity
It wns seized under tho prohibition ln tlieir holiday buying. This firm
act and turned over to the city police. naa secured many specialties for
It was opened and found to contain , Xmas, and has made a date for Santa, "don't give up the ship," and Nelson's
3*bottJes of various sizes full of forty ' Clause to be present.    Their stores.	
rod and liquor of other degrees of' w111 De nicely decorated for the occa-
proof. On Monday Michell Guagllardl' Blon °f their annual Santa Claus re-1
appeared ln court In connection with ceptlon to the children which will
the booze and was fined $50, the Ilq-' take place as usual on Wednesday
uor being confiscated. The booze Is' evenln*» Dec- 18tn at 8 o'clock. For
being held at the disposal of the Pro-
Famous Wash
Heals Skin
vincial commissioner at the coast.
mmi
- —r»l
■ fuel j Htital—Ni aeii.Hu, miring D
1 laliit|lic—Slipi IM-pliM          ■
H fMlkiit-Eeil Mil H'initial, lit ■
H Pure—fall lor laby'i raibei.           H
H Hull ill urn.                            H
B 50c. iu.   All Dme/lst, aaj Sim, 1
.1      ■               -:*„•        ■.
D. D. D„ the greatest of skin remedies, wilt remove those skin afflic-
I years past the coming of Santa Claus
to the Fink Mercantile Co. has been
looked forward to by all the boys and
girls with great glee, and this year
he will come laden down with beauti-1 lions that have made your life a bur-
ful and useful presents. den.  That intolerable Itching burning
Ono of this firm's specialties is and discomfort will disappear under
household furniture of which they lne m,g|C 0f this remedy. It has
have a splendid line suitable for the cured maDy caBe8 pronounced lncur-
Chrlstmas trade. Hubbies can buy able and will reach your case. We
their wives, or vice versa, easy chairs,  guarantee the first bottle to bring you
buffets, dining  tables   and   chairs,
china cabinets, dressers, stands, parlor cabinets, music cabinets, cellar,
ettes, etc, etc.
There ls a fine line of cozy blank-
relief.
Cranbrook Drug & Book Co.,
Cranbrook, B. C.
Vhe Jfc/p 2/ou Tfeod
That there In a tremendous uncultivated demand for
{Peerless 'Underwear
Is proven by Ihe business that has come almost
unsolicited lo us. The Ladies', Kisses' and Child.
ren's I'ndi'nvenr.bujlnir public have recognised Ihe
values contained In PEERLESS MUNI) Underwear,
made In Combinations, Cunfv ent, long and short
sleeves. Kindly ask to he shown this line. We be.
' line that we have today the largest range ol Ladles',
.Misses' and Children's Underwear In the Interior.
U:
W. D. HILL'S
The Ladies   Wear
SPECIALIST
"Kngland expects every man to do his
duty." could not conceive of such an
inglorious fate as that to which tho
great enemy sea force was submitting.
But for the most part both officers
and men were silent. They realized
that they were witnessing the climatic act of Germany's downfall. They
showed no elation and seemed to feel
a sort of contemptuous pity for the
fallen giant ot the sea who had refused to fight.
The German ships were sighted by
the Allied columns at 9.20 o'clock docilely following their pilot, tbe light
cruiser Cardiff, which with destroyers
and other small craft, had ranged
ahead of the Allied fleet
The main allied fleet extending over
a lino fourteen miles long, begun to
weigh anchor at 1 o'clock In the morning. The Scotch mist which for
days had obstructed the harbor was
swept awey by a stiff breeze und the
moon shone brilliantly out of a clear
sky. Thc ships quickly took their
stations lu a long double line. The
battle cruisers led tbe way, followed
by dreadnoughts. Admiral Heattle's
flagship, the Queen Elizabeth, led the
Hi'iiutfrou. The American warships
fell Into line behind Admiral Heat tic
The rendezvous was approximately
50 miles dlstant,und the ships gauged
their speed to arrive at tbe nppolnt-
ed place at 8 o'clock.
Eyes straining through the mlrky
haze finally were rewarded. Close
behind the Cardiff enme tbe first of
the German ships, the great battle
cruiser, Setldlltz, after her came four
others of the same type, the Derf-
tllnger, Von Der Tann, Hindenburg
and Moltke. These were followed by
nine dreadnoughts, seven light cruisers and three miles behind those the
Germun destroyers came streaming
In, five columns abreast, with ten destroyers to a column.
As ordered their guns were in fore
and aft positions and as far as powerful glasses could determine there was
no sign to provoke suspicion, t'ntil
all the major ships had been swallowed up in the enveloping Allied columns tbe latter never for a moment
relaxed their alert watch.
Over th e Germans circled a British
dirigible, which acted as eyes for the
Allied ships.
At the conclusion of (he delivery the
British A .mi ral said:
"The af miralty desires to express
to the officers and mon of the royal
navy and the royal marines, on the
completion of their sreat work, their
congratulations on a triumph to
which history knows no parallel. The
surrender of tbe German fleet, accomplished without tbe shock of
battle, will remain for nil time the
example of the wonderful silence and
sureness with which our seapower attained its end. The world recognizes
that this consummation Is due to the
steadfastness with which the nuvy
has maintained its pressure on the
enemy through more than four years
of war—a pressure exerted no less
insistently during thc long monotony
of waiting than In the rare opportunities of r-ttack."
freshing, and at times Inspiring,
written with all Mr. Stead's Intimate
knowledge or the West and skill of
delineation. Through the book runs
a happy vein of humor and philosophy
which is not the least of its charms.
It is illustrated by Arthur Homing,
ex-lumber man and North-West
Mounted policeman, and Ib announced by the publishers as an all-Canadian book—written by a Canadian,
Illustrated by a Canadian, and printed
and bound in Canada. It should receive a warm welcome from the
Canadian reading public. The United
States edition is issued by Harpers.
The Ladles of St. Marys' Church
will bold a sale of fancy work and
plain sewing in "The Palm" on Saturday, Dec. 7th. Nov.28-5
Full Rubbers and Overshoes, Gum
Locert Boots, Arctic BootH in boys',
men's aud Indies' al Moffatt's Variety
Store.
Hay, No. 1 Prairie, Just In, $35
a ton. Plenty or bay and straw and
grain nf all kinds.—Cranbrook Trading Co.
Attention Will all those who borrowed flags, streamers and bunting
from (he G. W. V. A. for decorating
purposes please return rr.me as soon
as possible to Mr. Richardson at tbe
Herald office. Prompt attention to
this matter will be appreciated by the
Association.
No other remedy will so
surely and qufckfy correct
stomac h ailments, regulate
the liver and improve the
general health as a dose oi
Beecbam's
Pills
LuffKt Sale el may Mcdkb. in tba V/ctM.
bold crr--,L*f«.   |n hutu, 8fi«, ^^
VINOL Makes
Children Strong
And Invigorates Old People
Any  doctor   will   tell   yon   that  the
Ingredients of Vinol as printed below
contain the elements needod to Improve the health of delicate children
and restore strength to old people.
R Cod Liver aud Boef Peptones,
Iron and  Manganese  Pepton-
ates,  Iron  and  Ammonium Citrates,   Lime  and   Soda   Glycerophosphates, Cascarin.
Those who havo puny, ailing or run
down children or aged parents  mny
prove this at our expense.
Besides the good It does children
and the aged there is nothing like
Vinol to restore strength und vitality
to weak, nervous women and overworked, run-down men.
Try It. If yon ure nol entirely snl-
Isflod. wo will return your money
without question; that proves our
fairness nnd our protection. Millions of people have heen convinced
this way.
For sale hy Cranbrook Drug & Book
Company
TIMBER KALE X IM".
Sealed tenders will be received by
thc District Forester, Cranbrook B.
0„ not later than noon on the 5th day
of December, 1918, for the purchase
or License X 1523, to cut 5,000 Fir
and Tamarac Ties, 250 cords Cedar
Fence Posts and 18,000 lineal feet
of Cedar poles on an area adjoining
L. 10,248, near Lower Moyle Lake,
Kootenay District
Two (2) years will be allowed for
removal of timber.
Further particulars! of the Chief
Forester, Victoria, B. C, or District
Forester, Cranbrook. B.C.
HUBERT STEAK'S NEW XITEL
Robert J. C. Stead, in his new novel,
"The Cow Puncher,'' (Toronto, the
Musson Book Co.. Ltd., cloth, *1.50),
has written a notable book with a
Western Canada setting. David El-
den, the cow puncher of the story,
grows to young manhood on a ranch
In the foothills, outside the influence
of church or school. At eighteen ho
is accidentally thrown into the com-,
pany ot a young Eastern girl, who
enkindles in him the ambition to be
somebody in the world.
With this purpose ln view, young
Elden leaves the ranch and goes to
make his fortune In a young Western
city. Thc first night he is swindled
out of all his ready cash by a gang
of card-sharpers, and he takes a Job
next morning as a coal heaver. For
a time it looks as though Dave's
course would be downward Instead
of up, but he fortunately comes under
influences which revive his ambition
for sclf-betlerment.
About this time the big western real
estate boom -breaks nut, and Dave's
course is meteoric. His wealth comes
quickly and goes as quickly. Following the collapse ot the boom a tragedy
In his love affairs sends him as an
enlisted man to France. In the closing chapters Is found one of the highest patriotic notes struck by any
author during the war.
"The Cow Puncher" is decidedly
worth while.   It is Interesting and rr-
TIMBEH SALE X I'M.
Sealed tenders will be received by
the District Forester, Cranbrook, B.
C, not later than noon on the 5th
day of December. 1018, for the pur-
chase of License X 1524. lo cut 1,000
Tamarac Ties on an area adjoining
L. 5799, Lower Moyie Lake. Kootenay
District.
One (1) year will be allowed for
removal of timber.
Further particulars of the Chief
Forester, Victoria, B.C., or District
Forester, Cranbrook, B. C.
LAND REGISTRY ACT
Section  24
IN THE MATTBRpf Lots 18, 19 and
20, Block 2, Town of Kimberley. Kootenay District, Mnpfiti-I.
Proof having been tiled In my office of
the lossof Certificate of Title No. 1298a
to the above mentioned lots In the name
of James Ferguson Armstrong, and
bearing date the 3rd of April 1902. I
hereby give notice of my intention at
the expiration of one calendar month
from the first publication hereof to issue to the said Jamos Ferguson Arm
strong a freBh Certificate of Title in
lieu of such lost Certificate. Any person having any information with reference to such lust Certificate of Title is
requested to communicate with the undersigned.
Dated at the Land I It-gin try Office at
Nelson, H. C, this 17th day of October
1918.
K. H, Stokes,
Dint.iet lU'gistrarof Tittei
The date of the first publication of
this notice Ih October 'Jitti 1918
WANT ADS.
The rites lor advertisements Ib tills column under a classified head la ■■
follows i Three lines, one Insertion tor Kic, three Insertions ol the sane
ad. Mc. tiarger ads In proportion..,
THE STAB SECOND HAND STORE
List  ol Bargains  this  Week.
Child's cot complete $6.
Mission Oak, Round dining table.
Splendid pair bedroom stands—massive beveled plate mirror, Bargain $18
Kdlaon Home phonograph, play both
2 & 4 mln records, also quantity of records, $lti
Wood for Sale
10-inoli green blocks, minplit, II
j inches to 12 inolios thiol*; mostly
I fir. n little pine mul tuninrac; $2
j a ridf, !l ricks for *5.50.
|    42-3t O. K. FOOTE.
Kitchen cabinet, cost i'O.   jMoU
Roll top dosk ln splendid condition
XMollars
IF YOU HAVE) ANYTHING TO SELL
Phone 9; it you want to buy anything
Peons »
Partner Wanted—To (lie on
good cluini nonr town nnd work
with party on wood-sawing rig.
Address Box 7, Herald office. 42-tf
WANTED—Girl for general house
work. Apply, Mn. A. K. Leltoo, Jaffray, B. C. 44-3-t
TIMBER SALE X 1*00
SEALED TENDERS will be received by tho Minister of Lands not
later than noon on the 4th day of December, 1918, for tho purchase of Li.
cense X 1300 to cut 400,000 feot of
Cottonwood.
One (1) year will be allowed for
removal of timber.
Further particulars of the Chief
Forester, Victoria, B. C„ or District
Forester, Crnnbrook, B. C.
TIMBER SALE X 1488
WATER NOTICE
Diversion and Use
TAKE NOTICE thnt. The Consolidated Mining and Smelting Co., whose
address is Trail, R. ('., will apply Tor a
licence to take and use 2(1.000 gallons
per day of water out of Lois Creek,
which flows south, and drains intnMark
Creek about Kimberley, B. C. The
water will be diverted from the stream
at a point about One mile and a half
north of north end line of Lot 2999
known as Lois Lake, and will be used
for domestic purposes upon the land
described as lot 2.W9. This notice was
posted on the ground on the 16th day of
October 1918. A copy of this notice
and an application pursuant thereto
and to the "water Act, 1914," will be
filed in the office of the Water Recorder
at Cranbrook, B. C. Objections to the
application may be tiled with the said
water Recorder or with the Comptroller
of Water Rights, Parliament Buildings.
Victoria, B. C. within thirty days after
the first appearance of this notice in a
local newspaper.
The Consolidated Mining &   Smelting
Company, Applicant.,
By E. G. Montgomery, Agent
The date of the first publication of
this notice is Oct. 24th 1918
The Herald
From This Date
Until Dec.3l 1919
For $2.00
SEALED TENDERS will bo received
by the Mlnlstor or Lands not later than
noon mi the 2nd day of December, 1918
for tho purclmse of License X 1488,
to cut 12.000 Tnmnrack, Fir and Jack
Pine Hallway Tics over an area on
Lamb Oroek, Kootenay District.
Two 12) years will be allowed for
removal of tiuihor.
Further particulars of the chief
Forestor, Victoria, II. C or District
ForeHtor, Cranbrook, 11. 0.
I.AM) HII.ISTHV ACT
(Section 24)
In the matter of Lot 8752, containing mn acres more or less, the Southwest 1-4, the South East 1-4 of the
North West 1-4, Ihe North 1-2 of the
South East 1-4, the Smith West 1-4
of the South East 1-4, the North West
1-4 of the .North West 1-4 and the
South West 1-4 ot thc North West
1-4 of Lot 339: the North 1-2 and the
South East 1-4 of the North West 1.4,
tin- .North West 1-4 of the North East
1-4, the West 1-2 of the South East
1-4 and the South West 1-4 of the
North Erst 1-4 of Lot 340 and the
North East 1-4 of tho North East 1-4
of Lot 341, all of Group 1, Kootenay
District
Anil also In thc matter of Part
(009 1-2 ceres) of Lot C023, Group 1,
District aforesaid, as registered in
Indefensible Fees Book Vol 1 Fol 436
No. 1261-1
Proof having been filed in my office ot the Ioes of Certificates of Title
Nos. 799-1 and 1261-1, to the above
mentioned lands, in the name of the
Jewish Colonization Association, and
bearing date the 16th April
1912 and 16th December 1912
respectively, I HEREBY GIVE
NOTICE of my intention at
the expiration of one calendar month
from the flrBt publication hereof to
Issue to the said Jewish Colonization
Association fresh Certificates of Title
In lieu of such lost Certificates. Any
person having any Information with
reference to such lost Certificates of
Title is requested to communicate
with the undersigned.
Dated nt the Land Registry Office,
Nelson. B.C.. this 13th day of November, 1918.
E. S. STOKES.
District Registrar of Titles.
Date ot First Publication November 21st, 1918.
Have Your Own Name
Or Brand Name
Printed on
BUTTER WRAPPERS
THE LAW SAYS THAT YOU MAY NOT SELL BUTTER FROM
A FARM OR THROUGH A STORK OR MARKET UNLESS IT HAS
THE WOnDS "DAIRY BUTTER" PRINTED ON TIIK WRAPPER.
AS YOU NOW HAVE TO USE PRINTED WRAPPERS WHY NOT
HAVE YOUR OWN NAME OR THE IIRANIl .NAME PRINTED ON
THE WRAPPER AS WELL AND IN THAT WAY GAIN VALUABLE
ADVERTISING. IF PURCHASERS OF YOUR BUTTER WHO LIKE
IT'S QUALITY DON'T KNOW WHO MAKES IT THEY CAN'T KNOW
WHAT BRAND TO ASK FOR WHEN TIIEY WANT TO BUY THE
SAME KIND AGAIN.
According to thc Dominion
government regulations nil
formers who sell btittor
either tn the stores or privately, are required to have
It propcrtly covered in u
wrapper on which MUST
appear lu prominent letter
the words
"DAIRY BUTTER"
Thc fact is nlso emphasized
that all boiler In such
packages must be of the full
net weight of sixteen ounces
and in default of same a fine
of from |10 to WO for ouch
offense is Imposed. Whey
butter must bo so lubelled
oven when mixed with dairy
butter and dairy butter retains its label even though It
bo mixed with the creamcry
produot.
YOU CAN HE SUPPLIED WITH
NEATLY- PRINTED WRAPPERS
FOR YOUR BUTTER AT THE
IIEIIAI.I) PRINTING OFFICE, FOR
FOLLOWING PRICKS:
I'nper ami Printing
Included
-.Mill W nippers l'»r .. . ,*3.«0
illll IVnippers for .. 13.50
1000 Wn-iprrs for «i>.IIO
These prices Include both tlie
Paper which Is Ihehrsl obtainable
for lhe purpose, nnd the printing.
WE IAN SHIP IMMEDIATELY ON RECEIPT (IE ORDER
CRANBHOOK  HERALD
"QUALITY PIIIXTEIIS"
Baker Street, Cranbrook, British Colnnihla
PRICES  SUBJECT TO  CHANGE,  OWING  TO  THE   IRREGULAR
CONDITIONS OF THE PAPER MARKET
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