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Array GIF I
THE NATIONAL ADTEBTISEB
KNOWS THE BEST KEUIC1I-
1IE rATBONIZES THE HERALD
THE CRANBROOK HERi
I V     i   PAPER  Hill THE  HOVE
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PllOlO'A ""K   *''"'-'--,I0Sl"   AM ATS
VOLUME   SI
CRANBROOK. It. ('.. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2T. lillil
Government
Defended
Its Ministers
N f Jl R E It 4 2
By
MIMSTEK OF  WORKS KINO ASP
ATTOR.NKY.fJENt.HAL   liRKETEB
hi, uooimixed audience
MANY OF FAIIt SIX PHt.NI.NT
TO UK A It NHS. SMITH, M.I..
Hr. King tiaie Account of Slewartshlp
While Utorney.Neuenl Tells ef
. "Our (lood Works"
The Auditorium theatre was well-
filled Monday evening to hear Hons.
Ur. King, member for Cranbrook and
minister of works in the Provincial
Government, J. W. delJ. Parris. attorney-general and Mra. Ralph Smith,
M.L.A., tor Vancouver, the first woman
to be elected to tho Provincial House.
It waa declared by Hon. Dr. King:
"We are not on a political mission, as
no election is in night but simply to
give an account of our stewardship."
Alderman McKinnon was the chairman of the meeting and In a few brief
remarks introduced Hon, Dr. King as
tin first speaker. Witli the ministers
and Mrs. Smith on the stage, besides
the chairman waa Mrs. Dr. F. B. Miles
who acompanied Mrs. Smith, and Mr.
Fred Jenlst, Tiie stage was nicely
decorated.
Tlie memeber for Cranbrook offered
an apology for not having appeared
before his constituents before, and
suggested there had been some "crltiv
cism" because of bis not having done
so, but circumstances had prevented
his coming; he had been kept busy
with tlie duties of the office and just
ai ;i time when he was en route here
the "tlu" epidemic came on and he
was prevented from holding a meeting.
Dr. King dealt at some length with
the administration of his department
but did not give any assurance In a
definite way that the things the people of Cranbrook are interested In,
such .as *vtke location of tf*a Tranw-
Provinclal highway being hereabouts,
would come. "We are working on
these things." is tiie way he put it. He
defended the present policy of the
Government as to road work nnd was
of the opinion the system of employing engineers In deciding wtiere locations should be made wns tho best;
also as to thp kind of roads to be constructed. Dr. King's speech was
brief as compared to those of Mrs.
Smith and tlie attorney-general, who
dealth at some length with the matters of the State.
Dr. King said thai while Mrs, Smith
was an Independent member of the
House she had been found generally
supporting the government In any legislation proposed. "Mrs. Smith/1 lie
said, "had been elected as an Independent from Vancouver. He paid her
a compliment for the "very valuable
advice givon regarding legislation of
Interest to women and children of tho
Province."
' Dr, King outlined the Government's
policy foi* public works, pointing out
the need of a hrnail view Ivi tic tnktli
of the wlioli question. Ho recognized the Importance of the claims of
Of tho dlstrlcl, realizing that they were
more than merely local needs. He
promised that these matter.; should be
given serious consideration by tho
Government.
Tiio Cranhroolt member'.: address
wits one defending the Government in
tlie IhlllgS it hail undertaken and lie1
slated next year or the yenr following UlO Trans-Provincial highway
might become a tea Illy.
Mrs. Smith was the recipient Of the
greatest applause of any of lhe speakers during the evening. Dr. King,
When he took his seat, received some
hand-claps, hut did not receive tlte
applause nn,. would expect a Minister
of the. Crown to receive in his own
home lown. Tlte minister of works
failed to draw the audience along with
him us he spoke, and Ills frequent
reference to his time-piece showed ho
was anxious to turn over thc platform
to some one else and wns apparently
glad when (lie ordeal of "giving an
account of ltls stewardship" was al an
end.
Mrs. Smith, when Introduced by the
chairman, and while removing her
coat, to advance to the front of the
stage, received a rousing welcome.
The fair sex was largely In evidence
at the meeting, which waa late ln
starting, the chairman not opening
the meeting; nor the speakers putting in an appearance until sometime
after Uie sheduled hour of 8 o'clock-
Mrs. Smith's address dealt with the
legislation which sho said had been
passed largely because of the demands
of the women; she reviewed what had
transpired In B, 0. since the women
had taken up the fight for women's
rights.   "Don't you agree that this to
good legislation?" asked the
member ou several occasions'
she outlined the legislation which
had "mothered" In the house in t
interests of women und children of
British Columbia. She advocated legislation which will .provide mothers'
| pensions for the deserving mothers
of the Province and assured the audience such legislation would be enacted
! at the next sossinn of the House.
j Mrs. Smith spoke of the warm Itosplt-
jality which had been extended to her
i while a guest, in tho city and she re-
j grot led to leave, she declared.
She spoke of Mr. Karris as "my
neighbor" and or his hum. life iu
most complimentary terms.
Mrs. Smith Is a little above tlte aver,
age of female oraors mid her audience
was quite attentive all through her
address.
When Mr. Karris, attorney-general
was Introduced, lie was glve'ti n good
reception and launched out Immediately after declaring the tour was not In
anticipation of an election, iu criticism
of the ads of tho Government, Noth-
the former Government ever did wus
worth while, according to the attorney-general, and the present Government, especially in the department
of thc attorney-genoral, hnd done wonders. His predecessor. Mr. Bowser,
leader of the opposition came in for a
grilling and near the conclusion of his
address, Mr. Karris spoke at some
length on the administration of tlie
Prohibition Act. He deplored "present
existing conditions In the Province"
He reviewed tlie Kind lay episode and
criticized physicians for ".prostituting
tlieir profession in thc manner they
handle prescriptions."
The attorney-genoral placed the responsibility for the administration of
the prohibition act in municipalities
upon the municipalities, "I promise
you," he said, "when the people of
a municipality declare they are unable
to police their town j. we will act."
Fie took a ding at Crnnbrook, and said
"I'll have to he shown" about conditions alleged by the press as prevailing
here. When I am shown 1 shall act,
but not until after you have had another rttinicip.il election.
EAvers Capital
andLabor will
Clash Soon
STUDENT    OF    CONDITIONS    DE-
CLAMS PRESENT CONDITIONS CANNOT LAST
SHORTAGE OF GOODS
HIGH  PRICKS THK  RESULT
Declares Wbrkem Are Less Efficient
and Profit-Sharing mil
a Success
! ited to five-hundred dollars, further
amounts coming lu as profits to be
paid over to the owner on the grounds,
that Lhe saving habit  would bo then)
tlu
id i
sufficiently cultivated so nm
wage-earner could bo trusted t
ttnue it himself,
"It labor were In control inai
skilled   industrial   leadership,  it   can
not he imagined that more efficiency
would   result,     it   would   decline   as
In every insiance on record, notably'
HttHsiu. and while prices would mountj HWtJI IT
higher, thu business of the country
would   drift   steadily    one  after the
other io disaster, tinder inexperienced
antl under higher mid higher production-costs limiting the output
"Tlie altitude of business from the
start has been one or confidence,
wltll no real doubts us to the final
outcome .-f the contest, which is an
igc to take
Board Trade
Host to The
Gov. Ministers
S ARRANGED Villi VIS-
ITING   CABINET   MINISTERS
TUESDAY  EVENING
tDRRKSSES HV  LOCAL MEN
ANO VISITING   iFFICIALK
entering
trol of Hi
Is firm li
Government
Hef that, this
over tho con-j
While there
whole move-
Regarding the present relations existing between capital and labor, .1. S.
Cornwell, a student of the situation,
writes as follows In the Bache Review:
'The unrest and dissatisfaction is
mainly on the workers' side. Capital, or the employer, has no grcvience
lo be assuagod, except perhaps that
present day labor is not working up
ment throughout the country, which1
has destruction as its object, will be
defeated, there is no disposition lo
minimize the difficulty and danlger of
the situation."
Many Suggestions Aihuneed ns to teg*
Million lle-ired for Best Interests
ei' This District aud Province
Cranbrook board of trade members
assembled Tuesday evening in Masonic
liall at n banquet given In honor of
two visiting government ministers wiin
have heen lure since Sunday, lions
Dr. King, minister of works In the
Provincial government uud tnembet
for Crnnbrook and Hon. J, \V. deB.
to full normal efficiently; consequent-1 serretnrj litis Arrived There und Will I Parr la, attorney-general of British Co-
Industrial "Y"
At Baynes Lake
ly, production is being curtailed and
things, Including prices, made it hard
for us all.
"Tiie objeot, then, to be brought
about, Is to arrange so that, tlie work-
ers will be satisfied.
"Why arc the employers satisfied)
with the outcome of their business
operations? Mainly because they are
enabled to make a profit, which Is j
used either to strengthen the financial conditions of the business con-'
cerned, or to increase its plants and j
facilities so that it can make a larger! [
profit, or both.
Take t p Work Among the
lumber   Companies
HAYXKS LAKE, Nov, 26.—Mr.
Panels A. Williams arrived here this
week to become secretary of the Industrial V.M.c.a. whicli has bocu in
st Muted among tlie camp.; of the
Adolph Lumber Co., at Baynes Lake,
liie Baker Lumber Co., at Baker nnd
the RosB-Saakntoon Lumber Co., at
Waldo. These three companies as a
result, ut tlie demonstration of Y.M.C.
\. work pul In hy Captain Hue among
"It is a rather widely-held theory!flve ■m,,bn1' caml»- ot the Bast Koot-
that   profit-sharing  on  the  part  of 1*nW> have AwMed to havo a perman-
labor is the solution of the difficulty;
1 onl   Y.M.C.A.  secreti
umoiiir  them
Inmbln. President Spreull of the lo
cal hoard of trade occupied tlte chair,
about 55 i>i tin members am! others
being present, tjie affair being arranged by tickets being issued.
It may be said that the mooting wus
one. throughout ol an exchange ot
j ideas as tn what would be best for
tills section in (particular and tli-
province ne a whole from the business
iind professional man's point or view,
President Spreull spoke of the available undeveloped resources lioroabotita
and was of the opinion groat things
could be acoinpllsheil through their
fullest development
The biggest  nf these undeveloped
That the Prohibition Act was failing I
of Its purpose and a worse condition | Helton will 8oI« the problera.   But
profit-sharing plans have been tried,
that  labor Is not getting the share]^* Williams will devote his time tal [J™** »•  S,,rp,lM  *■"•**'  ""
of the wealth which is being hecum- tno caraDS ot thn throe companies.  He n,^. P
ulated  partly ns a result of its ef-M» carry on the usual Y.M.C.A. pro-' i'"'1'        "       !
forts, and that an adjustment in this! Kram. including moving pictures und
' oilier entertainments, games and athletic sports, educational and religious
poaltor wus President
I Fink or the Crauhrook Retail Meridian ts Association who outlined legislation desired bj '.merchants; the half-
lioltday act was not what it should
he because it did not compel all merchants throughout the province in
smaller places to close; al should Ik
existed than before It came into force,
wns   the   attorney-generals   opinion.) un(|  tllUB  for, mostly,  have proven (classes, Inculdlng English classes for
He stated between $150,000 and $200.-jfailureH foreign speaking people.
000 worth of liquor was being sold;    „T1)e reiltton jt appears is that the;    Mr* WHIama has been engaged iu
monthly   from   the    various   stores 8ftme  as   wHh  (ncreaBed   wages  the - Y.M.C.A. war work since the begin-
and the government wns powerle* to  ldd0(1 RUin„ UniB distributed do notjning of 1915, being two years general,,Mm,r,,k'11 °>' tll(1 licl    President Fink
permanent*    benefit   the    workers,  military secretary at Torojito and for|^U U WM slaU(- b>' ttn offlclaI of th*
The workers spend their profits just  the balnnr.rmtntfm.ming i**A^J*"U»l« orgnni^Uou if all the retail
pend their Increased wages,' ■>" the Y.M.CA. staff.   Before the war plants In lhe Dominion would pool
nothing left  to show  for !lie wns western organfeatlng secretary ! l,lL'ir wC***-H-.'hey could purchase the
'of the Brotherhood Of St. Andrew.
This is the second  Y.M.CA. to be
organized ap a result of the demon-
us they
and  have
top It; some physicians? were prostituting their prdTesstoirhy commercializing prescriptions and an amendment
was needed to the act whereby the
government could have control or else ! them.
dry law should be had that would- ■■],, ot)lur words, the workers unlike-
be bqpe dry. |t|I(, capitalists and employers and ta-l
Mr. ParrlB dealt with almost every dustrtal concerns, are not. as a class, j
-department of thc government andiKrowing richer and more assured as I
claimed the greate-.. economy was be-! to income, and really permanently!
Ing practiced. He ;aid the Opposition : benefited by the Increased funds com- i
loader waa going arovnd o-er the jllK in j0 them in the shape of!
Province making statements regarding [higher was.es, and would not be any i
the total cost of administering the [more so if in receipt of additional
affairs of t.ie province by civil ser- amounts In tlie way of profit-sharing
vants, and rend some figures from the money.
"On the other hand. It is claimed
y some that the worker is perman-j
ntly   benefiting  by  increase   wages,
s shown by ihe very large incroase
bank deposit***—as tor in-
New  England, where this
ss of deposits is four times as large
before the war.
It   ts   doubtful,  however,   whether
claim
blue book" to substantiate
Mr. Bowser was inccrroct.
it  was while the attorney-genera
is closing and describing the scene!
of desolation he had abserred in the in saving!
battle areee of France while there re- stance, in
contly thnt an indlvidal tn the audi-
snoo nBketl him if ho was there "after
peace   was   declared."       (lAtlghJIor,)
Again, during his address when he1 this savings development does not,
■WtUI defending the government against I ttWor all. apply to only a small pro-
some of the criticisms or Mr. Bowser.' portion of the workers—those who
and was giving the figures of the aro naturally thrifty. It is probable
amount paid civil servants that the It hut the great mass of rank nnd filo
same individual remarked "and it is 1 workers have not yet become thrifty,
getting worse all the time." causing' Pt*om all trade reports from dry
considerable  laughter. tgooda, automobiles and Jewelry corn-
Music on the piano and violin pre- j 1-aJites.    extravagance    among   tye
coded the opening of the meeting and | laboring  class
the National Anthun was sung at the
close.
Tiie visiting ministers departed for
Fernle Wednesday evening, where -,,
public meeting is 1o be held.
They aro not mlRsliig tlie opportunity while on tour of meeting the Liberal executives in each riding und
enquiring as to the political outlook,
lions. Dr. King and Karris nrrived
front Creston Sunday evening
Is wide-spread. Xot
that free spending is by nny means
confined to any one class, but special
Instances are cited showing that mill
and factory workers and many wage-
camera are buying luxuries freely.
"It may be said that, after all. what I
he does with his money is the affair UUBHAy HOME PARTLVLIY
of the worker; nnd tie may do as he i      |)fST|{OYH> HY Fill I'  \T tN
hanks of CanflMp    He mentioned several  matters  of  legisld*ff.0  m   which
the   merchants   were  coneerneu   1.1-,^
which, lie said, as now operated under
the statutes worked hardships ou the-
retailers.
V,'. li. Wilson, the good roads en-
tliusiust, dealt with the question in
:t manner which showed lie was alive'
to the Importance of improved high-
ways. He thought all should he interested in good roads; they wero the
best asset the province could have:
many interests concerned in good
roa'ds, wore enumerated and the speaker outlined some or the requirements
tor tiie roads hereabouts which should■
receive consideration nt the hands of
tlie governments; they meant much!
to this section. He also told of the
Importance of keeping the trails open
evening. ' He will I for pTOsepctors and miners and ot the I
Baptist church on I importance of opening up new trails.
Mr. Daniel's gen-1 He thought the present policy had got
ral theme will be: "Baptist church | good results aud that money had been
nd tho Forward Movement." spent to good advantage East of this
city, but that the roads west of tho
city had been neglected. lie quoted
figures showing to what FXtent tourist
traffic hail increased in the past year
and anticipated tiie Banff-Windermere
road would be completed in 1920; then
the government would have to get
busy with the conuoctlng highways in
this district if the itnproveemnt was
cctiott     Ho'
strnlion put on by Captain Hue during last summer. The other being at
the Otis-Staples Lumber Co's. camps
at Wycllffe. where Captain Hae if. the
secretary
PROMINENT  WtlUKl.H  IN
BAPTIST CIHCU.S COHINfl
Rev. Walter Itanie. superintendent
or Baptist Missions nnu organizer of
tlie Baptist Forward Movement is expected to arrive in Cranbrook op-Fri-
day. He will address a. meeting at 8
p.m. The usual Thursday meeting
will therefore be postponed until Fri-
ill nlso preach in
on Sunday morn-1
dny. Mr. Daniel
the Baptist chun
Ing and -Monday
visit the Fernie
Sunday evening,
SI'fiCIAl* DEPUTY GRAM)
MASTER K. P. IS I OMINI
1 Noble Binns, Trail, special deputy
I grant! master of the Knights of Pyt-
j htas for the Crowe, ts expected to ar-
j rive here from Trail next Tuesday on
an official visit to crescent Lodge No.
'.13, and a meeting of the lodge will be i :il be or benefit to his
held in the evening to hear the official
KABLY HOIK OK WFONFSIUY
likes with his funds, and if he wishes
to spend litem on comforts and buy
nries for himself and his family, he j    The home of John Murray, a C.IMI.
he has as much right to do so as thc : engineer, was partially destroped by
employer has. [ fire   about   three   11.    in.   yesterday
"But we are starting out to remedy! Mr, and Mrs. Murray won* asleep in
a situation, and something most be  the house when they were awakened
liftl  rpAnin   #A   If l,,om'* B,tlwr ,,J" «*«oattl»lB? the work-: by the noise or tho Humes and made
Jim  vXOnin   10   It OT8 l" K(M ln,ttlnB benofits front their!good their oscape.   it was not known
  j increased   earnings,   or   perhaps   by i exactly how the fire originated but It
putting   into   operation   some   plan   \A believed It was caused from a spark
which   will   bring nbout   this   result I from the stove pipe
Grizzly Beats
Rrnln
Well-Known Mining Man Find*
Has Balded UN Camp
In Far North
PRINCE RUPERT.—When dames
Cronin, tile Spokane mining operator,
arrived at bis camp in the Ilablnc
mountains the other duy, it was to
discover that a grizzly hnd beaten him
to It.
Tho Bonanza Bnblne mine hnd been
closed, nnd Mr. Cronin and party
were returning to resume work.
Tracks In the snow showed that the
bear was a monster. Bruin had forced the cook-house door, eaten all the
butter, bacon and ham In sight, and
out of sight, .totalling over a hundred
pounds, upset stoves, dishes, tables
tod furniture ln one grand "at home.1
t was of ihe opinion the placing Of nuto
i trucks on road work was a good thing
and said two additional trucks would
; he available next Spring
; Barrister A. B. MacDonlad, followed
I.Mr. Wilson and dealt ul some length
I witli matters of legislation from the
I barristers viewpoint after what hod
been suggested by speakers who preceded liim. He thought som- of tbo
! suggestions wore Impracticable mid
■ said the suggestion tha* Umber along
tho roadways be conserved was not u
I matter within tlie power or the govern-
: ment a ml that legislation would i»-
Tlie root' of the home, which Is lo
necessary to bring the proposition In-
t to force.   Mr. MacDonald was of the
forcibly.
"Education towards thrift is, of I cuted on the corner of French avenue
course, the better way. but tt takes and Edwards street, was burned com- m,llli"" DUt08 BhouM b™*tod accord-
too long. Lpletely off and tlie contents were bad-1 "■-* "' ",,-,r lonnage and horse power
Might not a plan of putting the hy damaged, The fire deportment waRilimJ ,nicU* "cording to their load ca-
worklngmnn's funds from proflt-shar-1 BOon on tlie scene and probably theW»dt>' IIe fitftterl at lrnKt one lllindred
ing automatically Into a trust fund, promptness saved the residence from Per cent of ,hc e-*-c,ori*tf- •■fld voted
bo worth considering?   That Is, sup-] total destruction.
pose it wore made a widely observed I  *—— —	
rule thnt the credits  due  working [ OTIS STAPLES LUMBER CO,
people from  their share of  profits.; TO IH'IM) HOISFS FOR MKN
be required to be invested In Govern- - 	
ment bonds or other high-class secur-1    The Otis Staples Lumber Company,
Itles, to bo Ittld In trust by duly appointed trust offtcon. or trust companies or other trustees, Income to
for prohibition and the abolition of
the bar but no such percentage line]
observed nor were tbey observing the
law; a decent enforcement could only
be expected when the law was backed
Up by a good, strong, healthy public
be paid to the owner regularly, but
principle to be held for a period of,
say, five years.
"The amount thus to be put aside
for uy ou Individual might be Ha
lt Wycllffe. will begin soon the con-'opinion.
struction of ten new houses for tlir      l,t.-Col. Paltctn, to whom had h-en
workers there. asslgnod the address dealing with niin-
Tlio picture show and recreatlonm Ingi handled the subject in an tnter-
bulldlng, arranged for the mfn there, esUng manner. It was surprising to
lias provod n girdat convenience and i many to burn from him that tlie dls-
Is appreciated and enjoyed to the full* ■ trict had produced approximately 2ti0,-
eet extent by the men. | 000 ounces of silver, 10,000,000 pounds
of lead. 27,000,000 pounds of zinc and
040,000 tons uf coal and coke in the
year just past; the gt-sai Sullivan mine
wus the outcome or the enthusiasm
of the early days of mining in thla section; the people aid not appreciate
nor    " * ■•      t0'
mini 03-18 J*K AJBiqn  l«b>ajAOJd .
cotalned iu tin. reports uf vast Importance to this section. He said the
early days had an advantage over the
present, in that capital was plentiful,
The apeoker wa- ot the opinion the
industry was 011 the eve or great activity; there is. however, too great a
gulf between the prospector and the
I capitalist; encouragement should be
given development companies iu a position to do the things necessary to
hring about this development Several places where trails wero tir-prlr l
were mentioned by the speaker and
the Importance of j chartered assayer!
being located In thii dUtrtct was a.'-n
brought to the atientlcu of the ministers. He thought the Oovernment
could encourage th- development ul
the industry by granting h bounty on
depth of development nd stated 'hat
wild-catting should not be tolerated'
The mining area hereabouts was .''*,-'
000 square miles in extnn. where var-
ious bodies of mlnera's, etc., could be
found.
13. H McPheo outlhe-3 tbe newts
or the farmer in 0 good tal«, reciting
observations gained while on b trip
through many parts or thi-; district re-.
cently with Live Stock Commissioner
McDonald of tlie Dominion Government who was iiere investigating con*
ditnons; ho was nr the opinion we1
have the soil and that all that Is r«> ,
quired was irrigation On their trip
crops were scon which hod advanced
nicely until the drouth came where
they leased to progress because of in-
sulllciont moisture and in otlier ptacee
where similar soil was to be found
und irrigation was in force the crops
wore thriving He -.aid the ll« stock
commissioner left wltll the- firm belfef
that, it the land could be nourished
sufficiently there was no doubt but
'hut it would produce excellent ctttpe;
this wae not a fru't growing country;]
tint wu .possess the best ran**** In,
tie Province; .ill that ■*..-- required
was to grow feed necessary for the
stock during tho winter months.
Hon. Dr. King followed Mr. McPliee
and said he appreciated the pleasure I
afforded by being present at tiie meet-:
hit: and the opportunity of meeting so
many whom he knew. He was ploas-
Od, lu said, to notice tlie attitude
taken by the CranDrook Board of
T--]-'-* _■■<.<! f-.tati>d whe.re ix-anfe up,-
dertook to dimand and commaud then
they lost their usefulness^ iis aim
was to represent, not the Liberal parly, but the wiioie people: in the at-
-T-ttm-cy-general he nad & staunch
frif*'iiiff,««tti:i -arris was the ?on of a .
farmer aud listen«f* »jo discussion*.
where they had to do w>v'(he outlying sect-nis: he had met at some
places with the suggestion thai the;
Coast was "hogging" all. but he had'
found the men In the House were
trying to got. away from the old By*-'
ten) and were standing out for the
things best for the Province &= a
whole. He spoke of the great ar-1
compllshments of the Province in the
Bti-pplytng of men and money in the
great world war and of the magnificent showing made in the lat*- Victory |/>an 1 ampalgn: if the people'
would get together tiie greatest prosperity the Province has ever enjoyed
could lie brougnt about, not even ex-
lopting those good times enjoyed in
the boom days. He said hf- would not
deal with the road question as he- had'
spoke on that question at the public
meeting Monday evening; ho was applying the- same methods ir, his department us be hud applied tn the]
practice of his profession a;: a physic-1
ian. As a pioneer, he said, he appro-
elated the difficulties confronting tho
prospector and minor in not having
the necossary trails He invited sug-
gestlom nnd said all such s 11 pge-tlions
must of necessity be sized up in a
Provincial way. He thought 11 would |
tie best, first to give outlets to the men j
on the land and then construct trunk I
road-, afterwards.    He stated ho was \
of the opinion the roads west or Cran* |
brook would (ret the necessary ntten
tlou during the coming year
Attorney-General Karris was th
next speaker to Ik- introduced by thel
'liairmau. the visitor abo i-xpressini;
the grotit pleasure afforded himself In
mooting the people of Cranbrook and
"noticing the high esteem tu which
my colleague, the Hon. Dr. King (1
, held by his fellow citizens. It Is similar to the manner in which he is ap-i
1 predated by his fellow member • of the
1 government." ■
In the Eat-t Kootenay he had not
met up with the suggestion thot the1
j Coast was "hogging" everything, but
l this feeling had been encountered in
tho West Kootenay, he declared. He
said it was a natural tendency between the smaller and larger centres
to feel this was the case and he regretted a great many people nt the
Coast did not realize there wae any
other place but Vancouver, which was
ii groat mistake He said, lu Mb opinion. Drs. King and M<-lx-nti were two
members well-equipped to stand out
Tor thc things required in their constituencies and were capable of seeing to it that the interior go he prop-
PROFIT ON
IllUltll III  I IIM.-ltlilI. TAKES ACTION l>   IIIJISTIM; I'JUCHS
UK COMMODITIES
I.KOSS Ilium- in Ttt'E.VTV
I'KII I INT. ovi.v ALLOWED
Two Vet ii-in. tddltioMl Ver l-nmul
lllo«erl Where Harmi I. Slice,)
Kor Tli,. I „ii.iiii„>r
Ottawa. No, 86.—Hetallwa In
I'anacl-i ul liaco;, mnl bonitt ham are
limlled to a niargiu ur cross |irofll
or twenty per .oni win en additional
[wu i-uit*. !ier iHiuuil for slicing, wliere
liie slirinfi Is done for tlie eouetlQlen
of tlies,. products.
The order vnis mad,- by ill, Hoard
of Commerce of the Dominion and
was slBiied l.v all three members of
the Board
-» ■ m.i 0.
Pretty Wedding
In Christ Church
Miss Mil  lleeomes  Hrlde of  Arthur
Merrill llatton - lt«*rh Voiinu
People   Von   l'optilMr
burcb wedding took
brlst church Wednesday ai
3 ocloci. when Mise Enkl
accomplished daughter ot
A  wry pretty
place :ii Christ c
iSrnoon
Gill,  tht
Mr   aad Hn   Thomas H. Gill of this
city beanie the bride of Mr. Arthur
Merrill Hation, a popular young man.
employed in the office of the superln-
tendenl of the c.p.R. here.
Only the most intimate friends of the
family were In attendance at the ceremony, Kev. K V Harrison, officiating
Mendtesehon'.- wedding march was-
r. ndered by Miss Muriel Wallinger.
Mr--. V U. Mcpherson singing "TJn-
t&** -■
The' bride looked charming attired
in a sea! brown suit with hat to match.
. and carried a large boquet of tea roses.
There were n<» attendants.
The groom's gift to the hride was a
J 'firer totkt set.
Bon. young people are quite popular
. ;fi social circles in this city and will
aye   u e   best   wishes   of   s-cores   of
■ friendi   that   they   will   enjoy many
■ rears of happy wedded life. They will
' reside in Cranbrook upon their return
1 trom tlieir honeymoon trip which will
. include a visit to Winnipeg and other
, points in Manitoba.
Mrs. Ha'.ton was one of the valued
J employees of the htaff of th* Imperial
'Bank of (anada
The happy young couple departed on
"ion-.ymoor, trip yesterday after-
They
e.iiltifi
were tne recipients of many
I and M-efu] wedding gifts.
SMUI.-I'OX BHEAK8 OCT
l> SMALL TOWS EAST OF
SWIFT CUBRE3T, S.4SK.
SWIFT CURRENT, Sask.. Nov. 26.
■ —An extensive outbreak of »mal!-poi
I it- reported at Bast Knd, a small town
near lure
 »-**-. .
1 H1KF ADAX9 SEES DANGER
BECAUSE KEBCHANT8 DOST
Kill' LIGHTS OS AT Mt.HT
;    Chief 01 Police Adams made a survey of the  business area  thoroughly
on Tuesday nfght and early Wednesday morning and in of tlie opinion the
tbusiness nun who do not keep one or
I more lighu on in their stores ore not
j doing the right thing. The chlel think*
J the stores should co-operate with the
police to tbe extent thai one or mon
In can den renin  be  kept   lighted
. n tlt.M Bl'BLL 111 UHCIA1, TO
STOCK   IMISKHK  HKKI.\BOI'TS
	
it is reported from Marysrills sec*
j Hon that   the   iate  warm  --pell   Which
Caused tiie snow to disappear there,
hat* been very bent-Jicial to catttemeii
as th<: cattlt could rutmtne grazing,
Ute early coining of the snow pre-
trentlng their roaming the ranges.
K'-ontlnned en Pag« Twot
CRESTON HAM IIKK D1EB AT
TIIE HOSPITAL YESTERDAY
H. Dlfthmad, a rancher from Creston.
who wast admitted to St. Eugene hospital tlie early part of the week tor
treatment for heart trouble, died at
that institution. Wednesday morning
at fl..10 o'clock.
Deceased had been In poor health
for some time. He was about 47 yeara
of age Hnd besides the wife, seven
children are left to mourn his loss.
Thi> remains wll be taken to his
lat> home for interment I- I li B   T « ll
I II K    (' II A N II It 0 0 k     II I. II A I, II
TlmrKilii), November 117, l»l»
Your Nexl
Phonograph
Will lie a
BrunswicK
Find out WHY
Call To-DAY
Raworth Bros.
Jewelers A Opticians
Next to the pnsl office.
Board of Trade
(Continued from Page Ono)
er attention, On tlieir tour they had|
met u.p with our or two unpleasant
experiences when they were told that
borne things demanded were tho most
essential requirements of any in the
Province; in some instances, although
Dr. King was about as stubborn a fel- >
low as one could meet when he fell
he was in the right, they had been
compelled to admit themselves; peo-
j pie displayed a tendency to gel Ini-
| patient when things did not come jusi
jas fast us they thought they should.
' Some talked economy and some pes-
Uimlsiu'waB displayed, hut tho time J
! wus ripe for optimieni; ronl. genuine]
ONE ACCOUNT
The Joint Savings Account is the most practical arrangement for conducting the financial
business of the home.
Should the husband be away, sick, or find it
inconvenient to get to the bank, his wife can
make deposits or withdrawals without any
trouble. ai
IMPERIAL RANK
Cranbrook -Branch,
OF CANADA.
B. E. Howard, Manager.
Sub-Agency at Ktitilicrlcy.
prosperity >
real estate
the best av
information
Old Country
as iu the oiling; nol the
tr mining boom kind, hut
r experienced. He had
from liiiauciers- of Un*- ]
which led him to believe'
Cbe Cranbrook Herald
Published Every Thursday by
W1U* A. EU.BTSON Editor
WILL A. "
l-iLLlCTSON, JR., Asst Mgr.
[men with large Incomes and estates!
I were seeking other tields for invest-'
ments and  British Columbia offered
the   things   most   desired;   the   Old
Country   with   its  burden.so me  taxes I
was driving them out.; If they remain-'
ed their holdings in tlmo would he
practically confiscated and new outlets .
must be Bought or their all would boi
practically lost; they want opportunities tar Investment  where lu time
VihertMng   Hates   on   Application. > their  Investments   would  grow into |
rioiugrti lor Advertising MUST be In value as no immediate returns were!
this   office    Wednesday   noon   tiio jdoslrod.    British Columbia, with her I
current   neck   lo   secure   attention,   wonderful"' potential wealth, was the
line lor them and a large amount
capital could he expected to come ;
  j way.    lie had spent iwo months]
while ahrond at the British Columbia
CHRISTMAS  IS APPROACHING     , Hmw am, ^ U) t|u,t tlmQ ,|0 m\
i been informed  by the agent-general
When one stops to think thnt less; .||U> |hat_ umnv onqil|Plw had heen
one month now remains in which to.     (|c jVS l0 ,|UJ 0pportunitlo6 lor In-
muko Christmas purchases, it behoves | V0Btm6nt ln BiC>. durIng th8 tfmo he
everyone to make their selection im
KKOM  THK   VfKW.POINT OK
tll'lt (O.M'KMI'OltAlilKS
"Willi a Mission j Wltlioui a .Muzzle"
I'rinleil  by  1'iilnn  Labor
CRANBROOK,  BRITISH COLUMBIA
THURSDAY,  NOVEMBER  21,   11)10
mediately.
The stores
if Cranhroolt arc teem*
is there the Winnipeg trouble was
its height and the London  Times
A Welcome Austrian Ambassador
If tlir news front Pari:* is correct,
mid Baron statin is to he the Austrian
Ambassador iu London, ii will be a
welcome and graceful appointment.
Por aa Slattn Pasha Iiis known and
lilted as a comrade in arms. He Is,
In fact, n British nuijor- gene ral, a
K.G.M.O., and an M.V.O. An 'Austrian officer, lie was "discovered" by
Gordon, given work in the Soudan,
and captured by the Mahdl. who held
him as a slave in Omdurman. Ho
escaped tn time to serve us one of
Kitchener's right-hand men, nnd in
Ii-14 was commander-in-cltlef in the
Soudan. Still an Austrian, he felt
compelled to return to his own country when war broke out, but refused]
to take up arms against his old comrades and the allies, and served in a^
Rod Cross Corps. -** London Daily l
Chronicle.
carried full reports of the labor dis-
Ing with many nice tilings and lliero turbance8 j„ Winnipeg and told of the
should be no excuse for buying else- coutlltlons In Western Canada, during
where. If ynu hav«* some gift in mind
set your local merchant first. If he
hasn't got it. do not think ho cannot
gel it for you—for he can.
If tlie spirit of co-operation .prevailed thoughout tlie city from now
until   Christmas,   and    every   dollar
which time the enquiries as to the op-
portunltlos for investment had ceased.,
Mr. Ferris said ho seldom agreed
with   Mr.  Bowser on  any  questions,
but Mr. Bowser's idea of a stable part) :
government   was  one question   upon |
whtel
lie agreed with the leader of
Which goes into Christmas purchases j t|*e Opposition. He referred to the
waa spent In Cranbrook this city's trying times prior to 1903 when gov-j
merchants would be benefitted very Urnments went out of business ovor
materially. Prosporouc merchants, night and how in his opinion, this had
make a prosperous city, | retarded the development ol the prov- [
Cranbrook's future is assured and j ince and set it back years; in uie gen-
witli lhe coming of spring and the j oral unrest which prevailed there was-
huge program of developmeul which | much talk of doing away wltll party,
will take place in this district from government; no parly government
which Cranhrook will reap the major means destruction; he cited as an in-:
portion of iiu: lu-iieHt:?. all will he I stance Ontario, where it was not be-
more prosperous and a bigger and I Moved that Premier Drury could form
hotter city will he the result. i a government whieh would accomplish
Make up your mind-now to make] the things the fariuers'liad set out to
your Christmas purchases. Co-oper-i <Ui; the necessary essentials were:
ate witli your local merchant. Ho | first *'Ji*M'; second, a good healthy
can serve you before tiio rush and I public, opinion- to see that the parly,
ready to do this.    Do it now. i did tho  right  thing.
 Mr. Karris dealt with the relationship between capital and,,!*-'-; and I
said he had bejw -v-.-tunatl* .n the prae- j
tice of-tlt^* laW hi, observing closely!
this one thing; as minister of labor,
(tho first in B.C..) he had while here.
been conferring with men idle because
few days ago de-l0*" unfortunate conditions prevailing
vole au amend-hn tlie (,isl|,'''t- The object of the
ment to an appropriation bill pro- department was to collect data and:
venting exemption r.f labor unions)1"1™ details uvailabio when trouble
from   prosecution   under   the   .mU-Uroao- ,0 1"'illK fl00,lt rll° Principle of
CA!SAWA> FIUM KEPT FAITH
WITH KMPMIYKE IN  WAK
I). P. Dawson, who makes frequent)
visits to Cranbrook in the interest of
the Robinhood Mills, Calgary, was in
the city this week calling pn the trade.
Mr. Dawson was Overseas for four-
and-a-half years before the armistice
was signed and was in many of the
big lights. When he arrived back in
Canada he was using two crutches.    I
Upon his arrival Ik was delighted1
to lind that his employers hnd reserved Iiis position for him and besides,
had allowed his $50 per month for
4ii months, depositing ttie monthly allowance to his credit in the hank,
each month.
Mr. Dawson is one of Die most popular commercial men making this tor.
ritory and he enjoys a lucrative patronage among the big consumers oft]
the company's product.
Pl.MI.M'l I, MIAMI OF LOVE
AMI   11 AIL  COIN Mi  TO   M'.X
On Monday and Tuesday next there
will come to tin- Ilex theatre a brand-
new "Flying A" picture, that Is being
hailed everywhere as one of the mosl
absorbing romances ever Hashed upon
the screen. It is "The Tiger-Lily." the
pictured love story of of :i beautiful
Italian girl living iu America. As
played by Margarita Pisher In tlie
litlo role, it presents a rare study in
human emotions—love, .l-uir, sympathy, hnto, jealousy, pathos, revenge
—brl-jhtoned by youth and romance
and touches of delightful humor.
The star being Margarita Pisher,
who has a scores of admirers, will be
seen as the usual little, harum-scarem
(o he sure, hut the Intense emotional
'.ali-tit she dlspiay.:1- in this photo-
dntnia is quite a departure from most
of her previous vehicles. The serial
and comedy alone with tills feature
make a program of exceptionally
good variety.
Ml/ht&n your head feels like
rr tastt a basket of broken
bottles—you need
BEECHAM'S
EW ENTV   Y E A BS  AGO
Extract* from tho Cranbrook
Herald of this date, 1899
Conductor D. Hunt left Tuesday for
an extended trip to the Bast, England and Ireland.
Tho regular nomination for the
election of officers for the ensuing
term for tlie I.O.O.F. occurs tonight.
The sooner that sidewalk is built
to Baker hilt the better will be tbe
Herald Editor's chance of becoming a
Christian.
A lodge of the Brotherhood of I-oco-
moiive Firemen wns organised Mon-
at the I.O.O.P hall.   It was named tho
Crow's Nest Lodge
Tlie wa^er between V. M. Medhurst
land William Doblo on the fine points
j in bookkeeping has not been decided
(yet, but tho money haa been drawn.
**      » **
|    There is some sneak theivlng going
on in town those days. Severn! .persons h(VQ lost small articles nnd Pie-
per & Currie had 0 bolt of cloth stol-
(ii.
SHOE POLISHES
A Great Home Shine
TheBigValue Box
LIQUIDS and PASTES
FOR BLACK.WHITE.TAN AND OX-BLOOD (DARK BROWN) SHOES
THE -FOALLCY CO1POBATI0-.S UNITCO,HAMilTON.C-.eMl"
MOTHERS]
Witch your ehtldren'e inn*.  -U
tfrmidymn^m m}ftm i^» ^i,iH(»ii^i>.-^g
Cranhrook Cleaners $ Dyers
Now liiiler the MuiiHRemciil ol'
P. W. WILLIS
Juki raturnofl from four years service ovorsons, having
had nineteen years' experience in the denning and Dyeing
business, can gunrantoe all work perfect, prompt and rcliublc.
if your welcome to returned men means nnything ' send mc
your work. A trial In all we ask—our work will do the real.
Special Attention te Out ot Town Orders.
toon « you toe the sllgiiteet trie.
of > rAsta or sore, apply Zam-Buk.
Thi. antiseptic toalm will protect
th. sore pise, from IsfKtion, Parent it from spreading and heeling
SOOBAfollOWS.
OTefnl   mother,    alwaye   hew
r-.wi.Pnv on hand for thtlr eh»-
dreo's  Injuries—it ends pain »    i- *jk
quickly snd prevents any poeelMl*   I FHy"»-W"»W" mtsHju tts*n/tt tsmmp i m)ts\i  mssjtfm mtsttH
tty ot festering.     Best for eita,   j ____________________^_^___^__
turns, scalds, bruleet, rlngwrm,
«alp torn, ecietna ud teething
rash.   All dealers BOo Ims.
i'. o. mix is.
PILLS
~"' Stomach or bowel dis
order poisonsthe blood
und tluis irritates the
rest ol the body.
Uri-cit Snle cf Any M-K-t-cEn* la th* World.
Said t»«.iiwl.»r« [a Cs-iii. I> t"M>. X5t., He.
PBOPUB   THK   REAL   0MP1.OVBIIS
Under the above caption the Port
Oregionlan says:
"Forgettln-g the old Bh'Rnn"."'15(iunl!
rights for all; Bpeolal priveleges fori
none.' lhe Senate n
feated   by   a   done
trust laws. Senator E3dgc called attention to the bearing oi the 'special
privilege' thus granted on the present Industrial crisis, and Bald:
"'And right here it mny be well to
emphasize tie fact, of which both
labor and capital seem Ignorant or
Intolerant, that labor is not the employee of eapltal  but of tlie  people
understanding to obvlatt sueh trouble; lie had been solicitor for n number!
of labor unions at thc Coast and iu
tills way had found that both parties'
to strife fulled to get. the view-point]
of each other: the object of the de-'
partment. was to accomplish this, and)
when this was done ninety-nine out
of  one  hundred   sueh   eonirnversles!
Sl-NWAY 8(J1T00L Srn'II.AKS
j>ia;f'*Ki\i. FOK 0A9TATA
The Sunday school children are busy
preparing for their Christmas Treej
Cantata, entitled: "Santa Clans and!
thc Fairies." Three of the practices,
are being hid weekly and about forty1
young people are expected to take
pnrt In the Cantata. Mesdames Con-!
stantine. B, Haynes, Hlnton and fill- >
roy. Sinclair and Misses Harvey und
Smith are undertaking thc training ofj
the young people.
OPERATIONS
UNNECESSARY
lll.['AT01.A removes Gall Stones
corrects Appendicitis In 24 hours
wUhout pain. Registered under
I'liro Food .and Drug Act.  t6.00
-*<-t#Jlai"!.«rturer.
nits,  am s. ai,mas
Box 111*3 i\m Ith Ave. 8.
SuHkntnon/Sask.
I-KI1IK 01-' THE  WEST
IvM'I'I'KI) <iO0IIS
llrllhli-t ohiuiljhl-Muiic
liur nl Home
Mtichit)-,    Siiillh,   llluli -A  Co.
Viincoiiver, IM'.
1.0.0.F.
KEV llll' LODGE, Nn. 49
Meets   every
Monday night
      at Fraternity
Hall.     Sojourning   Oddfellows
cordially Invited.
Noble Grand, Roc. Sec,
J. H.WhltehouFo   W. M. Harris
F. Jl. MACPHERSON
1 iiilcrlnlicr
I'lioin- 3.VI
, Norbury Aye. nut to City Hall
PRESBYTERIAN
Church
Rev. Hugh McKay Lyon, Minister
SUND41? NEXT
11 a. m.    Divine Service
12 noon   Sabbath School
7.30 p. m. Evening Service
nl lnrge, nt the whole Uunlted States, could bo avoided.
mid that tile people are tile employer
of capital also. The people pay capital for thc use or its money mid Its
services; they pay labor for Its manual work and its tlmo. When labor
Imposes unwarranted wages' on capital through threats ot coercion, li
docs not wring sucll wages from capital, but from tin ultimate consumer—
the people. To such un extern did
capital once go ihat state and national legislation was enacted to restrain
It from oppression. Especially In
these limes it seems tn me that the
other employee of the people also
ahould he held within reasonable
hounds.
"When capital exacts excessive
prices, It Is aecurod of extortion, or
profiteering und nleps are taken tn
prevenl !t from "gouging" the people.
When lnbor exacts cxccsslvi, wages,
capital. If It can, udds them to the
price of lhe goods and be poople
pay them, If through foreign competition capital cannot do this, It
slims down the works und labor Is
out of a Job.
"Millions of pcole In Europe are
out ot a job, hut they arc settling
back to work nfter a year's milling
around us an aftermath of the war.
Subject to such measures of protection us the tariff Rives. American
labor will liavc to compete with tills
foreign labor, for there Is n limit to
tho prices which the muss of the people will pay In order that some men
may got a 60 ,por cent, advance for
working six hours n day five days a
week.
"Workmen necil to get rid of the
Idon that when they strike, they
strike only al the employers' bnnk|
account. Tbey actually striko nl
everybody's pockot book, Including
ouch other's und their own. The
consumer pnys in tho ond, and then-
are many times more consumers
than organized workmen, though tho
All the speakers were listened to at-
tentivoly and resolved considerable
pluuso ut times.
It had been announced by the chair-1
mun that the ministers were anxious
to attend Ihe meeting; Mr. Farris j
stated il was a meeting of thc Liberal
executive of Crnnnrook and tho meet- j
Ing adjourned after the elialrman con-
voyed to the visitors the sincere
thanks of the board for Ihelr presence
at the gathering mid the National An* >
hem was sung.
BLOOD POISONING
tUmUrstf'zard Oil a Sita First Aid treatment
How oiten lockjaw and blood
poisoning result from the neglect
:•) a slight scratch or little cut! Hamlin's Wizard Oil is a safe and effective urst aid treatment. It is a powerful antiseptic and should he applied immediately to wounds ot this
kind to prevent danger of infection.
It it soothing and healing and
quickly drives out pain and inflam-
mation in cases of sprains, bruises,
:uK limn*., iiites and stings. Just as
reliable too. for stiff neck, sore feet.
:old sores, danker sores earache and
toothache
<*'*t it from drugglste for .IO cents,
li not satisfied return the bottle and
get vour njoney back. '
Ever constipated or have sick
Headache? <» Inst trjy Wizard Liver
Whips, pleasant little pink pills, 30
vents.   Guaranteed.
MONUMENTS
Koolmiil) (inutile & Monumental Co., Ltd.
flcnciii! Hume Contractors and
*"    Monumental Works .
I'l-elll SI.. Nelson    1'. 0. box 80,1
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, B. t'.
Meets every Tuesday at 8 p.m. In
the Fraternity Ball
t\ (1. norgstrom, f. C.
C. H. Collins. K. H. & 8.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited to attend.
WEEKLY   MI-ATIIl.lt   IIKl'OHT
If vou want satisfaction
with vour washliuf
send It to
MONTANA LAUNDRY
Sneclal tirlces for famllv
work
. i<
November Max. Mln.
'.'0     tt 1!)
21      4S r.
22   M :ir,
2.1   (13 44
24   42 S3
35   29 Id
2li   ,10 -3
number Includes the lattof! Tbe
consumer Is awakening to tbe truth
nnd Is beginning to strike."
Famous Wash
Heals Skin
It will take jimt a few moments to |
step in and nsk ns what our experi- j
enee lias been in the way of grate-1
ful customers with tlie soothing wash I
of oils. D. D. I). Your niuiM'y hark)
unless the lirst. bottle relieves you.'
Orlmbrnok Hook und DniR Co,
D.D.D.
PRICES MARKED
In every Coour d'Alono bedroom i-; a framed card ou
which is printed the rates of
the room,    ln other words
the    CoOll-r d'Alene    Hotel
murks  their  Helling  prices
lu plain figures.   The patron knows what his hill will
he; he knows that he is not
heing overcharged   through
a misunderstand—.ii.- or the
clerk's—he  knows  that  he
Is paying just, what every
other occupant of that room
pays—  no  more,   no  less.
That's <-ftnndard   American
practice In first class retail
stores; soma dny it will no
doubt be standard practice
In the beat hotels.
That framed card Is a small
detail,   but   it   illustrutcs   the
Coeur d'Alene way    of    doing
things.    It's one of tlie many
concrete  applications   of    tho
Coeur d'Aleno policy of fairness
and a full nnd honest money's
worth, to every patron whatever
kind or price or room Im occupies,
The
RET TIIAT OLD HOUSE
FIXED I:i» BEFORE IT F.U.I.N
DOWN OK HIVE CS A COX-
TRACT TO BE'II.D YOI? A
NEW ONE
Clarke & Sainsbury
I'hone 7ft or 37«     P.O. Bos SOI
CHAS. S. I'AHKER
Forwarding aud  Dlitrlbotlng
Agent for
Ulhbrldge and GneaUU Gog!
Injierlal OU Co.
Dlitrbntlon Can a Specialty.
Hmytiiir and Transferring
Given prompt attention
Pbone 13
■jWttlioDtat Clmrci)
Rev. R. W, Lee, paslor
CKANBItOOK
FARMERS* INSTITUTE
Regular Meeting
SECOND SATI'ttllAY  of Mth
ii tli at •-• ii.m. In the City Hall
.Molilalia Restaurant
Heals at All Horn
('Igari, ClgarattM and Candy
CRANBROOK STREET.
OppoBlte tlie Bank of Comiuaree
Now   Open  For Business
ftbe Club Cafe
hi Baker Stmt
Opposite eetMopSntiiM l>ot«i
KXCEI.I.KST SERVICE. AM. WHITE HELP
TABLES FOB LADIES
Jsk*<-';! e«.>r-tf*«i
I fclcessetti
NKLIHWEKJflJI  '■**•»■!■'•>
'L",,,BD'-—-™   ,\|-||-y|-
When in Cranbrook
The Place To Eat
is at
Alex Hurry's
Tables  in Connection
Hurry's While Lunch
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meet* In Ibe
l-ui-lsli Hell
Urn.   Tuesday
  afternoon   nf
E«t every   month
nt 3 Ii.m.
Proa. Mrs. D.
trampbell, box
687
Seey, Mrs. J. W. Burton, P. O. Box 681.
All ladles co-dlally Invlte-h
CANADIAN
Pacific
CHANGE IN
Train Service
tifCectlve June Ut. itMl*.   There will be » gpiiorul clumgn i
service.   Tlmun Tor trains ut Cninl.rnnl. will bo:
No. 07
Daily
23.00
l.v   Medicine Hat   Ar
No. OS
Daily
6.18
22.30
l.v   Calgary   Ar
IM
8,46
0.39
12.10
12.20
l.v   l.t'ilitirlilK'-   Ar
l.v   I'Y-rnie   Ar
Ar   crauhrooi.   l.v
l.v   ('rnuhrooh   Ar
2.0(1
IS.It
16.11
IILO.-i
16.15
Ar   KlURHRiite   l.v
13.40
55 At*   Koolenny l.iui.liiiK   l.v
Kor further iiarttciilurs upi-ly to any ticket aeemt. ■
J. 10. PROCTOH, District Passenger Agent. Calgary.
k:
Till: HOME IIAKUUY
t
Uohl. Eratne, Prop.
1
r'l'i'Mh lli't-Hil, dikes, Vlrs
>
unit I'HMlrj
Phone 87
Norhury Ave.      0|i|i City Hall
THE
COEUR D'ALENE
I'HE HOTEL WITH  A
PERSONALITY
Spokane, Waalilngton
DR. De VAN'S FEMALE PILLS,';
ii tiled to nny
PH0SPH0N0L FOR MENrW,r,X,';:'
luu ;.,■ i-H-t.i.i. liKi*. l"o .ai.CulUaiiutt uuu
i:ilMIIMI»O.N,S DANCE ORCHESTRA
New 0|ien for Engagements.    One to
Four Pieces
Tho Mimic with tiio PB1'.    Por Terme
Apply
MRg. EDJIONDSON
ar pheae M0 Cranhrook, B. C.
CltANBBOOK   COTTAOE
HOSPITAL
Private Nursing Hone
Ucenacd by Provincial Oovt.
Maternity and General Nursing
Massage and Itest Cure, Highest
References, terms moderate.
Apply Mrs. A. Crawford, Matrou
Phone 259 P. O. Box 846
Address, darden Ave. Cranbrook
Or*. Green & MacKinnon
Physicians and .Surgeon*
Office at residence, Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICE HOURS
-Forenoons   0.00 to 10.00
Afternoons 2.00 to   4.00
Kvenlngs  7.30 to   8.80
Sundays   2.30 lo   4.30
CRANBROOK, B, C.
Tiio Shoe SpeeiallHt
■    .iiii: marapodi
Satisfaction Unaranteed
■teadquarjere for all kind! of
Repatra
PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS.
ESTIMATES   AND
SCPEBINTENDANCE
Homodclliag nnd Repairs a
Speelally.N
J.   F.   HUCHCROri
k_**.M Thursday, Xiivemlier ii, HUH
THK    C R A N li It 0 0 K    II E It A L I)
I'll  1      111 It IK
iGG-0
ft Si IA
powdJ
Use Leu Powder-
Get Better Baking
EGGO
Ming Powder
Follow the directioni on the label
Ejg-0 Baking Powder Co., Limited, Hamilton, Canada
MINING-SMELTING
Tiio foreign trado review uf the
New  York  BVQtlltlg   PotH  glvOB *ftomo
femur ka Id i- I'lKiiron In regard to the
Rrnwtli in the exports of zinc, whicli
in 19H amounted to juo.ooo.ooo, and
nt the end or ims, $s;ii,ooo,ooo.
This imnionso foreign demand koos
to emphasize the Star's special cable-
Rram from their London t. or respond-
on!, which quoted Mr. Warren, president of the Consolidated Mining and
Smelting Co., of Canadn, as saying:
"Canada, can supjdy ten percent, of
tbo world's demand equal to 780,000
tons of zinc and Is only producing
35,000 tons. The Impression he has
gained ls that the condition of the
market warrants expansion to supply
these 7S0.0OD tons.
This has a most importnnt bearing
on tlie Sullivan Mine which is admitted to be one of the largest, if not thc
lai'fidst leail-zinc mines in tlte world,
the ores of which also contain u large
proportion of silver.
With the extent ions contom,plntod
at the Sullivan mine through the installation of a in.otlh ton it day concentrator, which*would mean a much
larger payroll, Cran brook's premier
mine will bo one of the most important of the world's zinc producers.
raniidn topper (duipunj to
Spend Million* on I In Ims
Tlio Cannda Copper Company. In
the development of the Copper Mountain low grade, hut exceedingly large,
deposit!;, will spend an initfietiso
amount before its large plant will be
In full operation. Recently H. R. I
Van Wagenen. general maiiaser of I
tiio company, outlined to representatives of thc BOard of Trade of Van
couver and Princeton, details or th*
rutiipatiy's program.
The   ore   ot   the   company's   new-
property be described as    being not
dissimilar   to   that   of   the   Hidden
Creek   mine.   Anyiox,   and ■ ot   the
Britannia'mine, Howe Sound.   All the
plant and equipment essential in the
economical   treatment   of   such   low j
grade ore had been provided.   A spur (
railway had heen constructed oonnectJ
ing tlie mine with the Kettle  Valley
Railway    and    tlie    West    Kootenay
Power and  Light Company will  put,
in  a   line  for  the ifTan-milssion   or:
power  for operation.    Labor .condi-
tions had Interfered with tlie former
work, hut it was now well under way i
and as soon as completed the recov-
ory  of  ore  would  be  started.    The !
power line came in over 160 miles j
from Greenwood and 16S miles from I
Bonntntfton Palls, the soource of tiie |
power,   The necessary equtpmnt was
on hand for the milt lo be operated at
Allcnliy     The site of this plant was
flvo miles from the lown or Princeton j
and seven miles from the mine.   Mill i
construction  would mean an invest-
met of about. $1,000,000. and the Installation  would  perm;:   the bundling
of 2,000 tons of ore a day. Units were
prepared  iu  such  a  manner thnt  u
is
MAGIC'
BAKING
POWDER!
Contains no alum
Wc unhesitatingly recommend Maaic Baking
Powder as bring the
besl and pun si baking
powder poasible to
produce. It possesses
elements of food thai
have to do the building
up if brain and nerve
matter and is absolutely
free from alum or
other injurious
substitutes.
It
At the mine employment wfll be
round for between 400 and 4.10 men.
These with their Camillas, (or whom
houses will be built, will constitute n
daily treatment of 6,000 tons could be   new  town  of about   Too  people.    At
i arranged flor wftli little additional
\ oxjpenso. Already the company, in
preparation for the opening and tiie
placing of its mine on a pr&ductivc
basis had spent some $2,600,000, and
there was no doubt thut the aggregate
Investment, before all work was complete, 'would run to (8,600,000
the outlay, of the Kettle Valley Railway and Hint of the West Kootenay
Power and Light Company, the enterprise, when it was in shape to commence making returns, would aggregate somewhere In Hie neighborhood
or $(i,ooo.ooo:
Allen by the mill will employ from 100
to 150 men.
Copper products of the mine st the
present market, amount to about
$1S,000 a day. There is a tonnage of
10.000.000 in sight, with an addjtional
2.000.000 tons semi-proved added to
With which there will lie ore at depth, Tlie
ore can lie dealt with on the -gravity
system as the tracks and tunnels wero
below the lowest known ore. This ore
will be run down to tlie mill and 'he
resultant product probably will he
stnt to the Trail Smelter or thc Con-
Mlning & Smelting Co.
Blames-Lenine For
U.S. Labor Strife
C«aI  Operator  Itninrrs   Mime-)   (sed
by Inleuv tu Finance Trouble.
i 'outing from Itu-f-fa
ST. LOl'Jtf.   Leuine and Trotsky are
financing the "present radical move-
' ments among laborers in the United
States," Thomas Brewster, chairman
' of   coal   operators'   scale   committee-
declared In an address.   Mr. Brewster
' said Hie "demonstration made by tbe
gang   which  controlled   the miners'
' union  is only one phase or he ques-
i (tlou."
"Kor fifteen years." Mr. Brewster
asserted, "I have worked hard for the
principles of collective bargaining and
we had hopes we were working out
something ami making progress.
"In the last four years tbe radicals
Imve  been   boring  from   without   anil
' within, "until   now our   greal labor
union;*  are. controlled  by  radical  In-
jberestR of from fve to ten per cent.
■ This is bringing disorder and nllsa
.rule on the country and will  bring
about destruction .it our Institutions
1 unless action Is taken.
"Wo know that Lcnlne and Trotsky
are financing this movo in tho United
States. The government knows where |
these funds are coming trom and
where they are going. Tlie time has j
come when, if we would save our institutions, we must take it stand and
say, 'They shall not pass.' "
t.i,vci:iti\K HiXTUitt:
FOlt las ON STOMACH
Ckicken Bones a la Neilson
T TAVE yon over eaten chicken bones? No! .Not
*■" the bones of a bird, but a cnocolate coated mixture
of chopped figs, cream and sugar.
The*} taste delicious, so let us tell you hov? we make
them.
We bu-J rich, juicy figs from Smyrna, cane sugar
from Jamaica, cream direct from the farm, and blend all
three into a delicious confection.
The jigs are minced, tbe sugar and cream is made
into n paste, nnd then tbe figs are rolled in tbe paste
until a complete mixture is formed. Tbis is rolled to
tbe diameter of a pencil.
Tbe figs aie in tbe middle. Tbe paste is then cut
into two-inch lengths. Each contains its portion of figs.
From there tbe "chicken bone" goes to tbe dipping
room, where it receives a coating of very smooth and
delicately flavored chocolate, and so on into tbe box.
Next time you Buy a Box of Neilson's, watch
out for tbe "Chicken Bones."
" Ttw Chocolate lUt ue Difterent"
Simple glycorino, buckthorn bark,
etc., as mixed in Adlnr-iki relieves
ANY CASK gas on stomach or sour
stomach, it acta oii both upper and
lower bowel and removes all foul matter which poisoned stomach, Often
CURBS constipation, prevents appendicitis. The Instant pleasant action
of Adier-l-ka surprises both doctors
and patients. One man who suffered
live years from Indigestion and constipation was helped by ONE doso.
Iteattle-Xohle,   Druggists. .
Harry Carey in "Hoped" to be seen
in Mac in I man's type picture,December .1 und -I at the Hex theatre.
IN THK MATTER OP THK COMPAN-
IBS ACT (R.S.B.C. 1011 Chap. 30) ,
and
THK BRIDGES LUMBER COMPANY,
LIMITED.
The creditors of the above Com- ■
piiny are required on or before the lst
day of January, A, D, 11)20, to sendj
the names and addresses and the particulars of tlieir debts or claims to
John !•'. Bridges, Cranbrook. B, ('.. the
liquidator of the said Compnany, or ■
; by their solicitor, or personally to
come iu and prove their said debts
or claim-: at such time as shall be
specified in tuch notice, or in default
thereof, they will 1* excluded from
the benefit of any -such distribution
made before such debts are proved.
Dated this 20th day of November,
1911).
CltANBROOK, B. C.
MACDONALD &  NISBET,
Solicitors for the above-named Liquidator.
U-27-Xt
->*'",■ <■',
«*££&,
Corporation of the City oi Crunbrook
■ PCI1LIC NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that the por-
, tioa of Fenwlck avenue, between
Louts and Edwards streets is now
cloned to vehicular traffic for the winter months and will be reserved for
the convenience of thoso who wish
to "coats.' Cnastl.ig upon any other
street or alley Is strictly prohibited.
By Order of the City Council,
('ranbrook, B. ('.. Nov. 13th, 1910
Nov. 20-27-2t.
Mm: CONTRACTS "
SnlUimi Mine, Klmherlej.  it. (.
• Contrails will be let for n connecting ralRe, lijeet by U feet, 766 feet
long to be driven at an angle of 47
'degrees, following u diamond drill
1 hole 2 11-BS Inches in diameter.
Also for driving 1000 feet of tunnel, 10 feet hy 12 feet; Htid 500 feet
af cross-cutting, H feel by Ii feet. My-
j ers-Wltmtoy  mucking  machine  avall-
1 able.
1 Also contracts Tor breaking ore in
, stopes. Adequate power and equipment supplied; Turbrn one-man ina-
l chine In use.
Good bunkiiouse accomodations and
. a limited number of homes for mar-
: tied men.
Further particulars it necessary
can be obtained from K. tl. Montgomery, Supt, Klmberley. U. C, to whom
all communications and bids should
he addressed.
CONSOLIDATED MINING' AND
SMELTING   COMPANY.
10-83*101
UU. P. ». MII.KS
IIEM'IftT
Offico In Hanson Block
OFFICE HOURS
9 to 12. a.m.
1 to   6 p.m.
CRANBROOK, B.C.
WRIGLEYS
The Greatest Name
in Goody-Land
WRIGLEY'S
JUICY FRUIT
CHEWING GUM
"fTvTT
,WRIGLEY<;
POUBIEMINT
SEALED TIGHT - KEPT RIGHT
The Flavour Lasts
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada Limited
offiri-s. Smelting and Refining Department
TRAIL.  BRITISH COLUMBIA
S.MI.I.TKHS     AMI     REHM-RS
r.irrlii.M'i'-. ui Gold, Silii-r. Cupper and Lead Orel
Producers nl Oold, Silver, Copper, Mue->tone. 1Mb Lend and
Zlnr --TAllANAf" Brand.
DEZALL'5 GARAGE
lltpaii Work Solteit-Cd.    Prlcei R«a«'oable
(i\S, Oil,. AIR, TIBBS AND t'ORIi U CB8S0BIE8 IN STOCK
The Studebaker
RICI SIX MOHT SIX LIGHT Him
If t-iiiMilrrini: liinini: a car coll on u*.   If jroo hate a litrht car ne
nlll take it on part payment al a reasonable price*
FRANK DEZALL
THE SIGHTS
net WONDERFUL
DLL OUTDOORS
WELCOMES YOU
SPEND THE VACATION
AT THE »■*•
CANADIAN PACIFIC
HOTELS:
THE EMPRESS
AT VICTORIA
COME TO THE-
PACIFIC
COdST
The Land of Moderate Climate
!m igorulin;1 Restful- Enjoyable,
HERE  YOU   CAN  GOLF,
OR  MOTOR, OR   RIDE
TO   YOUR   HEART'S
CONTENT
MAKE    ♦
THE TRIP
THIS
SEASON
THE VANCOUVER
AT VANCOUVER
j|        ~
ptnricu. «-s .. nucav>iiOHS
*m.« anv unr I' A ti G    V (I 0 It
Till;    CRANBROOK     HERALD
Thursda), November il, mill
flil^HI
I
^[/LMs^eS}/tm.ei\f.s,.^t/iis,.,i\t\u   mtjftm tOfsn sttjmjtsMmtOmm mAftrnj ir\f,m
EDISON'S
Sheraton
Model
Price $295^
The only phonograph which actually re-creates music.
"Impossible to distinguish between ihe singer's living
voice and its re-creation by tlte musical instrument
thai bears the stamp of Edison's genius."
When vim are Inlying a Phonograph why nol have
lhe best I'
SOLD ON MONTHLY INSTALMENTS IF NECESSARY WITH A REASONABLE CASH PAYMENT,
«*v*»Q
Social-Personal
A. K*. Leitch. Jaffray, was here on
Tuesday.
1    Alex  Fisher,  of  Fernie,  was  here
,   Tuesday,
matmmtmm
B,   McDonald.   Pernie,  was  among
Tuesday's  arrivals.
Jack McNeill Ims been in Rossland I
unit ut roust .points.
Uev. ti. w, Roberts, A listen, Ont.,
arrived here Monday.
1     Mr, 3.  W.  BurtOU departed  yoster-
j day for Calgary on business.
Leonard I-lark has b'een at Rossland
t   and Coast points.   He is expected to
'   rrive home this evening.
Edison's Ambrola
No. 30
The Ideal
X GOOD MACIUM. AT A LOW PRICE
Why send away for au Edison Ambrola on
ihe $1.00 a week instalment plan and pay $75
for Ihe Instrument when you ean buy it from
us for $02.00 for a reasonable cash payment
and monthly instalments?
CRANBROOK DRUG & BOOK COMPANY
W. J. ATCHINSON, Mgr.
Hay I'lMinc 74 .Night I'l - mill
ALL MAIL ORDERS I'ROJII'TLV ATTENDED TO
ft ,u!\fi)n  refill   rftfli-i   ryr V>       Vi     V -    V "    V "    V "    V "
« "THE WICKED DARLINC", ■
Amusement Par Excellence
LAST SHOWING TONIGHT ill'
FRIDAY  AMI SATIHIIAY
S I' K C I A h
At  Regular  t'rlccs
JACK SHERRILL
and
MABLE WITHEE
"ONCE   TO   EVERY   MAN"
Ami SPECIAL COMEDY
,     MOMIAV   AMI   TUESDAY
MARGARITA FISHERY
in
"THK TIGER I.M.Y"
Also SERIAL nml COMEDY
Next Weds, nml Tiium. Not. :i-l
< | HARRY  (' A It I-: Y  lu "HOPED"
"Tnrznii at llu- Apes14 ii 1111111111*
Til Hear Good Music Is Tu
Visit llu- IIKX THEATRE] I
H'*V"« .ts\ft,m..HJism ssH/ttQ
REX THEATRE
insure with Heale and Elweli.
Take a deposit box iu the Beale and
Elweli vault.
ClUt. CONSTlllimON   WORK
AT HIKDAK IS PItOGltESSING
Work of constructing the new round
house at Sirdar for the C.P.R. and
other bulldlngfl in connection with the
improvements going on at that place
is proceeding smoothly and the buildings will be completed before u great
while.
When everything is completed the
company's business can be handled
much   more  advantageously.
Wo carry a full  line of tJoyn' and
Men's   Pull-over   Sweaters—and   our
■ Store.    Moffat's Variety Store.
,    A Snap for Cash—A Baby Grand
1 Chevrolet louring car, practically new
' and fully equipped, Including extrus.
McCreery Bros, ll-27-8t
The Marlon Oliver Mission baud
'■ wilt held a tea In the Presbyterian
Schoolroom, on Saturday. November
SOtli, rrom Three to Six. Everybody
| welcomed. 11-20-21
The .pnntor, Itev. J. U Sinclair, will
conduct the service in the local Ilapt-
; 1st church next Sunday evening, taking for his sermon subject: "At tlie
: Cross   (loads   at   thc   Cross."    Mrs.
! James Milroy will sing at tliis service.
A Snap for Cash—A Baby Grand
Chevrolet, louring car, practically new
and fully equipped. Including extras.
McCreery Bros. 11-27-31
All the wild benst of the African
jif,gle roam over thc screen In the
motion picture presentation of Edgar
Rice Burroughs "Tarzan of thc Apes"
coming to the Hex theatre goon.
If it's job printing you are in need
of. telephone the Herald and let our
solicitor call. We nre at your service
witli nn equipment second to none in
tlie Province. Buy ut home and help
make Cranbrook a bigger city.
Beale and Elweli have Instructions
to sell a small number of acres in the
Irrigated block, south of the city, for
35.00 per acre. This is an opportunity
to secure valuable agricultural land
Mrs. .lohn Dennett, of Marysvllle,
arrived hort Wdiiesduy and is the
guest of Mrs. .1   M. coutts.
Itev.   Penny backer,  of  Klmberley.'
passed through Cranbrook yosterday
en route to Creston, where he will
spend u few days.
Stanley Hill, the obliging clork In I
j E. A. Hill's store, lias been fighting off!
I a severe cold. "Stan's" friends will'
i lie glnd to see him around again.
1 Mr. and Mrs. P. U Archer, of FIndlay Creek, were here Tuesday aud
\ W(|.Inosdny on a shopping tour. Mr.
1 und Mrs. Archer will return home to-
t day*
Mr. nnd Mrs. Thos. Caven have de-
| for Calgary Tuesday where they have
gone to attend  tbe wedding of Mr.
divan's niece which occurs here today.
Mrs. Riddel, of Calgary, is in the city
visiting her aon, who is a patient at the
St. Eugene hospital. While here Mrs.
Riddel will bf tho guest of Mrs, "W. P.
Cameron.
P, C. Harknoll und family departed Wednesday for the Old Country.
They will nnil on the Metagamn. Mr.
Ihirknell has been In the employ of
C.P.Tl as h brakeman.
Mr. nnd Mrs. L, Owen contemplate
leaving Cranbrook about December 15
for tlie Old Country. They will sail
on the Corsican. Mr. Owen Is a well-
known C.P.n. engineer.
Mrs. 11. A. McKowan entertained in
honor of Mrs. Ralph Smith, M.h.A., at
her home on Monday nnd Tuesday afternoons, with a tea. A number of ladles were present and enjoyed the
pleasure of meeting the lirst nnd only
lady member of the British Columbia
.parliament.
Mr. and Mrs, It. J. Collins entertaln-
Oon't read thlsT»eal please, unless I ^ ll mimbt'r o£ >*ounK PWje on Saturday ''veiling In honor of Miss Kate
A MirMoittt Gift that fs
Sure to Please a l.ady
An Expansion Wrist
Watch  Bought nt
WILSON'S
Xo liner line of wrist
watches was ever shown
than that which we have
in our present stock.
Do not delay ln making
your selection. Pay a
small deposit and we will
regulate your watch till
Christmas.
Be sure nnd see our display uud  get our  prices
before  puclmsing.
IV.   II.   WILSON.  Jeweler
-^VW-wQ
at a redlculously low figure, which
should not be missed. For full Information apply to lleale aud Elweli.
Insure with the Cranbrook Agency
Company.
(Jet a McClury heater and be ready
for the next cold snap. We have
them.   Patmore Brothers.
Complete 21-piece China Ten Sets,
$ti.0(l per set, and Glass Berry Sets,
$1.50 each,   Moffat's Variety Store.
Seldom has a motion picture production been made that contained a
more vigorous Interpretation of the
physical and mental struggles of
youth than art embraced In the photo
play production of "Once to Every
Man" which will bo .presented at the
Hox theatre for two days, commencing Friday. November 28.
HUS I AM) (IM.V WOMAN
MI.MIU.lt OK I.IMJIHI.ATI KK Ol'
PKOVIMi:. SPKAKS IN (11(11111
Crunbrook has been honored by the
visit paid to the city by Mrs. Ralph
Smith. M.L.A. The name of this lady
is known all over the Dominion and
it was* only to be expected that she
would receive it hearty welcome. She
certainly received n true welcome on
Sunday evening when the Methodist
church was crowded by n most appreciative and attentive audience. Many
.people had Lo be turned, away unable
to gain admission, every inch of room
being occupied. The Methodist church
for the last two months lias been active In the "Forward Movement Campaign." During this campaign it is
the desire that all phases of religious
activities be presented, so that all may
know tbe fear reaching effects of the
ministry of Christ
The church also desired to demonstrate the usefulness of the religion
of Christ in the great humanitarlum
and social programmes of the day. To
this end the services of Mrs. Ralph
Smith were secured and all who heard
her were delighted with her address.
T/OC/ will want to at-
tend the Trainmen's
Big Dance and may require a dress suit for the
occasion.
There is still time to get
it for you.
::, !;■;;:.■ ;r;;i.'i i. iiu/I;511*1 :n u;:.tii i:!::.ii 1 ii.-;:Fi prjwffimi.rKTiiiuimrai^Sm
W. D. HILL'S Clearing
sale of all
Ladies' Coats
One-Quarter Off
The I'l-uiiliir price of any ('mil In thc store. This
melius a suvlnir of .).'■ per cent, lo the iiiirchnser.
Every gnruient giiariintceil lo he this Seasons'
Model. SALTS' KSIJI'IMHTTK PLUSH (OATS
nml IHU.MANS, SIl.YK.MONi:* (Several Shades),
(HIM llll,IAS. and Hit FABRICS, every gar-
menl a model of grace- ail sarrltired at the following reduced prices:
LADIES' COAT, Regtila Price $22.50, Sale, $10.85
LADIES' COAT, Regular Price, $27.50, Sale, »20.«5
LADIES' ESQUIMETTE COAT OR      '
DOLMAN, Regular Price, $30.00, Sale, $32.50
LADIES' ESQUtMETTia COAT OR
DOLMAN, Regular Price, $58.50, Sale, $48.91)
12 OM.Y  LADIES' < (lltli!'BOY SKIRTS In
all the lending similes at ONE-QUARTER OFF the
reinilnr prices.
A $11.50 Skirl for $4,00
A $8.75 Skirt for   .1.55
SAI.K COMMENCES ON SATURDAY MOIlSfIJ.fi,
NOVEMBER 291 li nt II o'clock nml will last for ONE
WEEK ONLY.
W. D.  HILL
THE LADES' WEAR STORE
BV pn iE.Hi i'tfinflf "i IsJ -B SP9 BMBBJ-M.I-M-W
you desire to save money. All ladles'
(oats will be sacrificed on Saturday,
November 20th. Ladies' t'oats, regular $22.50, sale price $16.85; Ladies'
Coats, regular $27.50. for $20.(15. A
Ladies' $40.00 coat for $:J0. Economizing before it in everlastingly too Inte.
W. D. HILL,
The Ladles' Wear Specialist.
Now on display, n full line of fancy
China, suitable for Christmas gifts.
Moffat's Variety Store.
Buy a stove with a reputation. See
the McClary line of ranges nnd heat-
erH.   Patmore Brothers.
List your house with the Cranhroolt
Agency Company,
A Gem or an Ever Heady Safety
razor-makes n good Christmas gift for
Dad. We have them. Moffat's Variety
Store.
Tlie dance arranged on behalf of thp
('ity Band, under tho auspices of th©
Women's Institute, will take place on
Wednesday, Deeeml.fr 10th, nt the
Parish hall, Kindly note the date.
11-27-lt
Collins, .Mr. Collin's sister, who has
been visiting at their home for the
past Tew weeks, Miss Collins left on
Sunday for lur home in Broadview,
Saskatoon.
The Howling League dance on Tuesday evening proved to be one of the
most successful social functions ot thc
senson. Upwards of sixty couples
gathered at the Parish hall. The hall
was very becomingly, decorated In Mtlf1
and white. Mr. A. Davidson proved to
bf a capable floor manager. A very
dainty supper was arranged aud served by the girls of the league.
On Monday evening at the home of
Mayor and Mrs. W. P. Cameron, Miss
Enid QUI was the honor guest at a
miscellaneous shower. At the beginning of the evening progressive whist
was enjoyed, Mrs. E. Sims winning the
first prize and Mrs. L. O. Clarke, the
consolation prize. After lunch was
served, Miss Glen Bowness, representing cupid, In her dear little fashion,
presented Miss Gill with her many
useful gifts. The house was prettily
decorated In red and white.
citAMiKook linn; At book ro.
IMPHOVlNti  ITS  QUARTER!-.
In preparation of the approaching
Yuletido trade the Cranbrook Drug
and Book Company are greatly Ira-
proving the interior of their storeroom. In the rear of the main storeroom where tho ofllce of the company has been heretofore, the company ls arranging a commodious toy
room, where everything io be desired
lu this lino will be displayed so that
patrons can practically make their
own selections from this department.
Aside from tliis the arrangement will
enable shoppers to get suggestions of
appropriate gifts for Christmas giving.
Previously the toys linve been on the
mezzanine floor, but this year the
largo patronage the store has enjoyed
will tlnd a more convenient place
wliere selections can be made and a
better service obtained.
Always did and does
rank among the very best.
Drop in and see our
special order samples.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
The pastor, who presided, spoke words
of encouragement and inspiration.
urging all present to throw themselves  heart   aud  soul  In   tlie  For
ward Movement of the church. Refreshments were served by the ladles,
and ull present felt that the evening
had been well H4>ent.
WANT ADS.
r i A n o s
One,  good  lone,  lino  for  learner,
f 100.00
- Ono, magnificent Instrument, up-to-
dalo iu every particular: sacrifice
'250.00
STAR SECOND HAND STORE.
DRESSMAKING.-For dressos of any
kind, or sewing, call on Mra. Fes-
raets, 208 Cranbrook street.     30-4t
KOR SALli-1 Hoisteln cow to freshen February 11. Thla cow is a good
milcher. Apply .1. W. CARLSON,
Dull River, B.C. 10-23-411 could liopo for a better yield?
I A-m-ON IIKOTHKHS HAD FINK
CLOVER (Hill' THIS KKASIIN
Tims. Cameron, one of the well-
known linn of Cameron Brothers, cattle minora nnd ranchers of Mayook,
wus here Tuseday on business. Mr.
Cameron has some very line cuttle at
his ranch at Mayook and says tho
stock  is   ln  excollent  shape to go
| lliroiMli tlie winter.
; When unkeii what success Inul boen
uttnlncd In raising feed for the winter, Mr. Cunieron told a Herald representative tliatthey had Inul remarkable success in that the yield of clover was splendid. On less than ono
ncre five tons had boen cut and some
ot the clover measured 62 Inches ln
height.     Where's the  rancher  who
CABINET .MINISTERS VISIT
('BANKBOOK I'I'BI.IC SCHOOLS
Hens. Dr. King and J. W. deB. Farris, tlie two Provincial Oovernment
cabinet ministers who have been here
this week, paid a visit tn thc public
schools of Cranbrook and gave short
talks to the pupils. They wero accompanied by the school trustees.
lUnti this local and satisfy yourself
that when Hill puts on a sale its ts
genuine. 42 Ladles' Corduroy Skirts
will be sacrificed on Saturday. Nov.
20th. ljidles' to.BO Corduroy Skirts
nt  $4.»0.
W.  D. HILL,
The Ladles' wear Specialist.
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the O.W.V.
A. are giving tho soldiers' kiddles a
Christmas tree and are seeking assistance ln donations from those who
feel kindly disposed towards the undertaking. Anyone wishing to assist
can send donations to tlie Secretary
Post Office Box 767.   .
SOCIAL EVENING IN TIIE
BAPTIST (HUH II ENJOYED
Last Thursday evening a social
gathering was held in the Baptist
church. Quite a number of members
nnd adherents were .present. Solos
woro rendered by Mrs. Milroy and
Mrs. Kuhnert. Readings were given
by Mrs. Spcnce and Mrs. J. F. Bridges.
«*&L-     ;
TOY UND IS IN FULL SWING
AT OUR STORE
Do not forget to tlo your buying early as Xmt-G Toys
are scarce this year and we liave been fortunate In
securing a complete line.
NOW ON DISPLAY
Madame Henderson's Victory, Baby Ella and Dominion Dolls, all dressed in dainty dresso...
Doll Beds, Carriages, Cradles, Stilt Cases and Trunks
Fine assortment of Box Stationery in  Rosary and
l !   Old English Linen, from 50c to «8.7».
Madame Henderson, Victory, Baby Ella and Domin-
!   Toys, Tricycles, Carts, Hobby Horses, Game3, Books,
Hlaek Boards and hundreds of other Toys too numerous
io mention, at reasonable prices.
We have presents for both old end young. This
Store will be open every night one week before Xmas.
Mall Orders Promptly Attended To
'   PHONE 30.1 PlIONK !l».l   ; >
MOFFAT'S VARIETY STORE
Qvw ma/em tttyttm nOfsm usOfem mOftmi msyem <y»n it}fes\ \
REFINED modern homeY.t*>open to
respectable young girl (country
bred for preteroncc). Wanted to
assist in housework and care of one
child. Oood wages paid to suitable
applicant. Mrs. H. C. Wilson. 18321
Vine street, Vanchuvor B. C, Phone i
Bayvlow 2265X. ll-27-2t
WANTED—Gentleman wants comfort-
ablo room, (close In), in private
family, with uso of bat.li. Address
H, Hernld office. ll-!7-3t
LOST—Ladies umbrella between Fori
Steele and Cranbrook on Friday,
November 21. Finder please roturn
to Herald olllce. Suitable reward
given 11-27-11
Ladies: We have Just passed into
stock 30 evening dresses, New York
made. We will bo pleased Indeed to
show them to anyone interested.
Eacli garment an exclusive model.
W. D. HILL,
The Ladles' Wtear Specialist.
Tho regular monthly meeting of the
Womens Institute will take place on
Tuesday afternoon, December 2nd, at
the Parish hall at 3 p.m. There will
be a musical program and reminiscences ot pioneer days ln tho Institute
Refreshments will be served. Roll call
to tie answered "How the Institute has
Helped me."
HR8. J. W. BURTON, Bw*f
THE CORPORATION OE THE CITY
OE CRANBROOK
COURT OF REVISION
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given
that tho Court of Revision for the .purpose or correcting nnd revising the
voters' list for the next year will be
hold on Wednesday", December the
10th In the City Hall, Norbury Av-s-
nuo nt tlie hour of 8.00 p.m.
T. M. ROBERTS,
City Clerk
Cranbrook, B. C,
November 20th, UU U-tMt
Christmas Shopping
Should Be Done Early
We have a line assortment of Christmas goods arriving
daily
Men's Christmas Suspenders
Scarfs- Hose, Neckwear
Initialed Handkerchiefs
Fancy Armbands, Etc.
Everything For Vour Sweetheart At
E. A. HILL
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