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Array THE CRANBROOK HERALD
volcm-d to
CRANBROOK,   BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY,   OCT.  31st   1918   ■/
ovlncl*' ua.% '"I8
NUMBER M
OVER THE TOP FOR CRANBROOK IN  VICTORY LOAN
is
TIE M, C.
Liuut. Eugene S. Phillips, son of
Mr. »nrl Mm. H. 0. Phillips, of this
city, who ia with the Canadian infantry, has boon •worded the Military Croea for oonspiouotia bravery
on tho Bold of Utile nnd the London (Ininette of Sept. L'Htli nivos tho
following regarding tho act of bravery for which (lit* honor wns
awarded :
"This offiuor displayed great
dash, courage and enterprise in patrol ditty on four ditTerent nights,
securing valuable information and
harassing and inflicting casualties
on tlie enemy, nnd has been awarded the Military Cross. On one
night he pushed forward with a
small patrol about 700 yards in the
bright moonlight, engaged nn enemy wiring party in muss with
Lewis gun lire and killed six or
eight and wounded others. Pressing forward ho was engaged by
three enemy machine guns one of
which ho silenced with bombs nnd
withdrew without casualties.
Lieut. Phillips is a brother of
LieutSperry Phillips, who lost his
leg above the knee in a scrap with
tho Huns on March 28, 1911).
Lieut. K. & Phillips, M. C, enlisted ns a private in tlie llllilh
Western University Battalion in
1916. He attended an officers'
•mining acho.il after arriving in
England and went to France as a
subaltern in a Saskatchewan bal -
talion. He received a bullet wound
in the rightilioitlder on Aug. 12.
The bullet, which was from a sni-
]ier's rifle, went through his shoul-
tier Bad came out through tlie
Itaek below the shoulder blade.
Lieut. Phillips made a rapid re j
novery  aad  for  the   tirst, three
weeks in Octoher wa. tmveiling:
through Irekn": ami Mcoti:.., ;Lonjjjj
".ii..  arranged-j>y   the  CuiiSmWj
Red Cross Society.   He expects to
return  to the loth Canadian reserve battalion at  Bramshott and
from  there hopes to rejoin his 013'
Latin lion in France.    In the meantime he is taking  up >< captain's
cours.'.
Local Overflow
Economise by using good
Light, Try our "Solei" Nitro
gen and Tungsten Electric
Lamps.   Patmore Bros.
"Sulex" Nitrogen and Tung
ston Electric Lights ut Patmore
Bros.
Born— At Cranbrook, on Oot.
34th, to Mr. and Mrs. I). A.
Sutherland, n boy.
The three sweetest, words in
the English language, "It's a
boy." If you don't believe it,
ask Dave Sutherland.
Hon. Dr. King, Minister of
Public Works, is expected to arrive in the city this evening to
help Drs. Green and McKinnon
through the epidemic. Our lo-
lal doctors are working night
vtnient place outside the house,
where the milkman can get it
without any delay. To save time
in delivery is to save money and
helps to keep down the priee of
milk.   The Model Dairy.
The Herald is being printed
under difficulties this week. Part
of tbe staff isaick, the linotype
has the "tlu" and tha paper has
been set up by hand. Hard luck.
but not so rotten as Ihe Nelson
News has  had it, ten of their
, .staff having been laid up.
Economise   by   using    good!
Light.   Try our "Solex" Nitro-1    _ ,     1     '
Born—At  the  Cottage   Hospital, Cranbrook. on Oct. 30th
FMCE Tl EPIOEMIIi
SITUATION. BOLDLY
Lamps.   Patmore Bros
to Mr. and  Mrs.
daughter.
T.   Roberts, a
No Hallowe'en
Celebration
Owine. to lhe amount of Bickness in
towu, IT IS FORBIDDEN' for children
or other person, to celebrate Hallowe'en Eve on the streets or other public
places. This step is taken with a view
to preventing annoyance or inconvenience to the sick. The cooperation of
tbe public is requested in  thii. mutter.
FUKTHERt-On Friday the 1st of
November the City Curfew Bell will
ring at S o'clock, anil will continue 10
Doii'i be miserly : your millions will be of no use to you
when your* dead—liny Victory
Bonds.
Cranbrook #111 buy Victory
Bonds to the .'I'miI—there is not
a piker in the city.
and day. with scarcely any real; "-"(I■»' th»* "°m' throughout t
at all.
ter months.
. HF.HSKV
Chief or IN
Notice to milk users—You are
requested to co-operate with us in
keeping down the priee of milk.
You can do this by taking care of
your milK bottles, as each quart
bottle costs 15c. and the pints 10c.
each.   You can help also by put- home '" M°yie <his week
ting your empty bottles in a con-! hard to kill a policeman.
Percy    Adams,   Cranbrook's
former chief of police,  is  nol
dead, but he is very much alive,
aud passed through here lo his
It is
Art Moran, of Bull River,
brother of Mrs. McKay, Burwell
avenue, this city, haa died from
influenza
John MeTavish.of Bull River,
became a victim to influenza on
Tuesday antl was buried in the
Roman Catholic cemetery, Cran
brook ou Wednesday.
Waller Kiddtll, of Toronto,
an employe of tbe Crows' Nest
Lumber Co., died this week nf
influenza.
Useful War Souvenir
The War Album issued by lhe
Family Herald and Weekly Star of
Montreal is to hand and is a credit
to the Publishers. A copy it wot
free I.i all who order that paper
for I VIP. The Album contains a
mine of valuable information and
the color work could nol Ire improved on.
It is just such a  lrnn!(  ns one'
would  like tu have close by at nil,
times.    Every school chili! iu Canada   should   have   one.    ln after:
years when the war is over it will
be a valuable book of reforanoe.
Th*   Family    Herald   costs on ly
01.26ii year and  with the Album
is certainly big value.
Spitting is Dangerous
Spitting on the sidewalks mul
iu public places is an oll'eneo pun
iahable by heavy lino or imprison-
ment. In normal times the spitting habit is unclean aud disgusting but at present it is positively it
source of danger to tho public
health. During the week many
persons have beon warned of the
consequences of this pernicious
practice; in future, proceedings
will be instituted against offenders
as provided by tho City By-laws.
B. C. HERSEY,
Chief of Police.
Some fool nom de plumer
from Cranbrook ia keeping up
the agitation agalnat the Herald
in the Dlatrict Ledger of Fernie.
For God's take cut it out, until
the Victory Loan campaign is
over at any rate, and let us
unite in going over tho top in
the one dnty before the Canadian people at the present time,
namely, railing 500,000,000
Iron men to re-infome the Canadian army corps and help them
via tin war.
OFFICIAL PROSPECTUS
Tte ftWMfe «f <M» Im wlH W mti tw War hhmii •■!>. n* will Im fprat wkally J* Caaada
i or Cams* offm tot Public Subkriptldn tha
Victory. Loan 1918
$300*000,000. 5%% Gold Bonds
Baariai ls^mtm4mmm9m»mt%tmmm,1esm-% aaataafcaal f»tm HaUuiilM, ikw cbofca of «tai-:h ii optiuD.il wit tt liie lutwcriUr aa
fallow*:
I -mw Baal* «m Wartata ,«, leas
stmmv Baa* <M Nmiabar Ul. IMS
~ 11   I lUlllMi W»%\*m +m  CX "-    ' «*» ****** o- Finance and Receiver General ai Ottawa, or ■! tht
a^tf SASBSnUSVaRBiaaW mX J*a. ChartMtnown. Montreal, rtwonio. Winnipeg. Kag.ni.. Calgaty
■MlMBrteaVritilMatoaftayMplai aatafriadpal awl intereit. at any of the above-mentioned office-.
,  lataaaatpaaa-Ma. aMtMfltaajhA^yaari-r. *\*r la» aad November In, tat aay branch in Canada of anv Chtrttml
Mail|il aa4 Itaraat payMa In Gold
■ II lit        m,9t**V*J*i>n4t\9H
Issue Prftoet 100 and Accrued Interest
Income Return 8%% per Annum
tafaVMUK* at laiWatton anaciad by tha Parlla-naut of
an* both pincipal and inierett art • cbarft apoa tht
iTfl«(lhiMBe%-pt (If aw) paid tot by tht Hitrcader of boo* of
a m ipliJlt the aaatlt or Mf t*rt of tha aawoot arttufttd
I a** umifc of tfca Urn aaW bo aaa* la* aajt pwaajll taalt. lodu4ia« tho purchaaa of train, feodtuh, asaal-
flaa* aH «pS 53K -»* **»» «• ttoot wfiollr In Canaaa.
Faraaaat It bt aa»4e ai fotlowa:
%*%•* mlllian »% Januaryfitl.. 1019;
»%DHMbtf«^Ma; 2fl%Febrimrf«th,HJl»j
Kit* Mweafch.lt is
Tbolaat aarmatofM i«*« tavtrtlM talaafa-a( aaaa** and i.it% reiretentlng accrued Inttrtit at %H% tnm
Novesbar iRMdwdatatof%traaatrttvttaMalaiiaaa.
A t all half ytar ■ tataatt wirl bt aaa) oa Mar U*> Walk taaJa^tUcottofthebendi tMaiidintttttt.
•ubarrtptloaa may bt paid la fatl at tht Hat tf aaaantlaa at 100 vHthotc Interttt- or on aay
Uiereaiier tofethtr with tcaraad iaterttt at lha rata tf *H% ptf aaa "
Thu I o*n !• autbtritad uader Aotaf tht
t'ontolidattd Revenue FuaC
Thr Aaaaat of thitdhaaa it
t>revtnua lawet Tht Mtalfttnof Plat
tn  eareat of fMO.OM.flOfl
C«DTernioa FriviletftM
Bondt ot jail Uaue <#, In tht total a* ttiwm fcaaat af Ma BMIwlti^taa-atr. made by tht Ga»traa~aat. dariaa tht
tfuuliiinc period of the War, ather than Itaaaoaaadt abfaaCbtaeatpttdatlWtralhccriifd interttt, at theetjulraleatof caab
l in i lie Dtrpaat M Maacriptinaa a •"'» l*aoea.
Pmjmmutm
AU cbaqutt, draft* Me., cttwhu laMdMMa ait to bt artt MnW* to th* Credit of tht MiniMtr af PlaaJKt.
PaUar* i* w ttr t-ul-eoi a tea da* w« raaftM^MM a-oan M U^in, »t4 ih- *ilota»*ot to a
s..f .hsitoM MMlVai-"~»naiedbv a dm* e/hW JTl. aawoaTw\ XTfaT   OfcUt lan.aame will U
•.ripttont oraat braach In t'taada of aaa- Chartertd Bbik wffl ooatpt Mbtortftlan aad la*M rottrpt*.
Siiij«ilBlUtiiwybi-tal4laf-rilttli^
pet a-Rb aerraed idtirvat to llan tf aaUai payawat la fall.   Uadar tMtttjmMoa. aayaiat tf Mbttrlptlaaa aiay
aad May bt rajbMiafi
t^jitiatatlla
If tmatnlng lt.Mal.a4aa paid on Jan. aU. lYll. bt
If remainlnt inetaliaMti paid oa Ftb. fch. llll, b
If leaaiaiag towalwia paid ou Mar. Mb. lilt, b
after ...
\tr made aa follow*
If paid In full on ur beftre Nov. lath. 1011. par witheat intoreat. tr 100%.
lfrvaMlnin|iaitel««»epaldi.iiLx    t.i.   ftlt. tatoM* <•<jC% and   -
Denomination and Reflitrantfon
Ream bondt. with ctupom. «1U te Iwitd In <«?a|#»«t?w«' MO■.•l«8rl«0.. —A:
aaioprladpat.   The ftrtt coapnn ■ inched to theatbaaat wtll bt dut on Mty lot, I
Full* rtaUiered but-b, tlie iuiertat on which It paid darttt to tht I
denuailaathManilO., |l«i, M00 . 11.000, 6JU0D , IIO.OOo'TSt.fJOO.. MO.000,
Parmaat ol Intereat
A full half year'i laMttet at th* rate of %H% pet tnaam will bt paid Maria, llll.
Form ol Bold and Daliverr
Rnbtrrtbtn mini !n«oate on thtir apolicatloa tht fota of boad and tbajiialiiillyai mrtli, Ut Ml maiWll t*
irnili-ated wUlbt dallttreU by the bank upon paya-tat of thc lUbtcrlpUta InJnaC
Bearer bondi of thlt itlue wfll he avallahlt for dtUawv at tht time of aptaWtioa to aakaaalaaH aj*m| tf aaabaat
m lull     Booda r*«nt#a-»l a* to vi>-fwl ■*■!.. - fadv tefttarad aa loHtKtaal art III aaiaf. wM W aJvarat t%
ti auklni i-ayiuen t In full, it toon at tht raaMrad iigUtratfen can bt nada.
Payment nf all InetalaMata iwuat bt madt tt tat bank orifiaaUy named by tht tubtcrfbtr.
Non-neaniiablt receipt) will be furnlthtd to alt tabtcriberi who deairt to pay by l-fttlnaaji    Thatt ptaaMtt «W bt
eiihanieablc at aubtcrlbtr'i bank lor bonde on any inatalmtat date whtn lubacrtattar U ptMMfaV
Form ol Bonda InterchaniaaMe
Subject to tht paymtat of U etntt for tach new bond lawtd. holder* of foNr "g-—f ^-ad- irfMit -aaiiai Till
Imv* tlie right tn convert Into hx-nd* with «iupf*ni and liohjera nf bond* with coupoiii wilnhave tka fit IraaMejftftStaJy
lo-tmnrd bonda witlioai couponi, at any tune, on upplkation to tht Mtnltter ot Plaancc-or any Atamaiat Naani OaaaiaT.
Forma of apnltcation nmy bt obtained from any Official Carmiatr, from any Vfctory Loan Caartttaa or aaaaabat
i hereof, or front any branch in Canada of any Cliartered Rank.
Subacrlption Liala will oloae on or baforg Nov-amWor 15A* 19U
DtPABmtMT Ot FlHANCt,
Ottawa, October Hlh. IIMI.
Behind the Gun the Man - Behind the Man the Dollar
Make Your Dollars Fitfht the Hun
141
i The Bituaiifin in I't-yard to the inliii*
OtiKO epideiole muni he Tared IkiUIIv
j Kveryone knoiva that Dbttre arc a nuui-
! ber of <.atien and wc deeply regret thai
;» few have had futa. oonsequenoeii It
IIDUBt hi- I'emenibei'L'd, However, thai
j inoHl of the etui's are not Mftotli, and
In •'umpHi-uii wiih other oltlea and
'town-', (ranbrnok lian been vorj for-
' timatOi
| We are plt-EHtd to ceogratuiate the
I Hoard of Health and ihe CUy Council
! upou takiui: inch fticellent preoau*
j tloan agaiiiNt the apread of thedlaeaio
and maktllg adeqnule preparntion*. for
the pitiirnt".
The ilootora have a i;rwat ntitnborof
casei to ni tend io iu Crnnbrook and in
the country. In order tliai their time
may be nonioi'veri it has been deemed
advjKitldt- in open the Weiitworth hotel man auxiliary liotpita), and tu me
the I-eual. hot me aa a uui'Ma' home.
The proviuee it* ''(--operating with the
city and all cane* from the country are
to In: brought io. - In the next few
day Hf therefore, it need nol cau-teauy
surprise to find that quite a number nl
new oaaets come to the hospital and especially to the Wentworth hotel. Thii
will not nieaii a great. Increttie in the
number ut city cuaen.
There are household)! iti the city
whii'h are gruatly Inconvenionoea nn
account of hlckneiH, but thu call of th**
Mayor for u-isistauee hae been well re-
"tpondi'd tn and at preflunt every home*
hold and person miedin» asBtQtanne la
obtaining It.
Tbe Mayor, however, la particularly
anxioiialn have at many volunteer*uk
poasible ao that they may  he uned to
the beat advantage, and  we deem il
the duty of every one who can to put
aside all question of busine-ts oi' personal InconvenloDce and come to the
aid of tbe Mayor.   No one need ite under any apprehension, therefore, that
J they will not receive attention should
UlckncRF- come to their household, us
I not only will all receive medical uud
nursin-; ami3lance, but they will ul-*o
receive Hasistam-e in their household,
There is net the itigbteat mir-on for
alarm, allium-:!, it   is encumbent upou
everyone io   take   every   precaution
agaiiiM the bprettd or thu discaue.
Thc uiiiUui'itit:-. arc doing ihttir pari
aud with the aaaiatance of the public
we have  reason  to   bt-lieve that  the
Spanish influenza wfll -non be driven |
from Cranbrook.
Put Dollars
in KHAKI
BUY
Victory
BONDS
Thii  8pace donated  to the-Victory Loan Cam*
|uugn l^lK
McCreery Bros.
CRANMOOK'S DRV C000S AND CLOTNINC STORES
iwoFFiiunon
TO [JPEO EIST
Finlay Robson, manager of
the Cranbrook Jobbers, died in
the Si. Eugene hospital from
pneumonia after hut a few days'
illness, on Tuesday at B.80 iu the
tbe evening. The news of a
brother's death in Toronto u few
days previously took away the
lighting chance he had for his
life. The body is being prepared to he sent down east to
Fenelon Falls, Ontario, his old
home. Mr. Robson wus one of
Cranbrook's brightest brsiiiess
men; his death is a distinct loss
to the oily. Heartfelt symputhy
!• extended to liie bereaved.
DEATH lilll
OF FRANK 0. MUM
lnttuenzu has claimed among
its victims this week Frank Q.
Murphy, of the firm of Heattie
& Murphy, druggists of this
city, who died on Wednesday,
Oct. DOtll, iu the St. Eugeue
hospital. The funeral look place
from his home this Thursday
morning at 10 o'clock and proceeded to the Roman Oathollc
cemetery. Heartfelt sympathy
is extended to the bereaved.
Your Victory Bonds
will now buy Golden
Bullets!
J. D. McBRIDE
PHONE 5 I1AKER STREET
Housekeeper Wanted — Frr
particulars apply Herald office
orMnffalt's Variety store.
B AR
BARBARISM
BY  BUYING
VICTORY
BONDS
A Business Proposition
Canada has come to you -her citizens—wiih   a   straight  business
proposition
Buy Victory
BONDS
CRANBROOK DRUG & BOOK COY
axLaK£5£
«. .1. ATI IIISON, Mrjr.
Ha)  I'honr *4.
Miilit   I'Im.iic DM!
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
CHANGE IN
TRAIN   SERVICE
Effective Augu«t IS. 1918, there will he a general chaage
in train service. Times for trains at Cranhrook will be:
No 67
No. 68
11.30 p. m.        Lv. Medicin Hat         Ar.        6.25 a. to.
12.00 Noon       Ar. Cranbrook        Lv.       4.05 p. m,
12.16 p. tu.       Lv. Cranbrook        Ar.       3.50 p. m-
3.45 p. m.       Ar.   Kootenay Landing   Lv.       11.20 p. m.
No. 825 Daily ex. Sun. No. 8J4 Daily ex. Sun.
7.00 a. m-        Lv. Cranbrook        Ar.       12.20 p. m.
8.30 a. m.       Ar Klmberley
No. 821. Mon and Thurs.
900 a. m.        Lv. Cranbrook
fi.00 p. m;       Ar. Athalmer
Tuea. and Fri.
9.00 a. m.       Lv. Athalmer
11.00 a.m.       Ar. (.olden
Lv. 10.00 a. m.
No. 822 Wed and Sat
Ar. 3.30 p. tn.
Lv. 7.00 a. m.
Tues. and Fri,
Ar. 7.00 p. m.
Lv.       3.00 p. m. PAG" TWO
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
TllL'ltt-liAV.   OCTOBER SIS'l'i   Hii«
Cranbrook Herald
Published Every Tliursdar by
THE  CRANBROOK  HER.tl.lt,   LIMITED
W. A. MYERS,     :      ;      :      :      :       Managing Editor
Advertising  Bates un   upiillcatiou.   Changes fur Advertising MUST be In
thi.   office   Wednesday    noon    thecnrrcnl   week   lo   »ornrc   intention.
eRANBROOK.BRITlSHCOhUM'.lA,  THURSDAY.  OCTOBER   :1IST,   WIK
Canada's Victory Loan drive
to raise $500,000,000 lo help her
carry on the war until the issue
is decided in favor of the Allies
began on .Monday uud is now in
full swing.
Let every one of us do our
duty and Canada will be O. K.'d
iu '.he eyes of the whole world,
and Germany will be K. O.'d,
caught with a terrific right on
the point of the chin and be laid
out as a militrry menace for ull
time,
If you have already invested,
think  it over, and if you havej
not bought all you should have,
buy  some more.    Buy until you
get into the right to the full ox-
l tent of your liuuucial ability.
i Buy until you feel that you
I have u right to shout yourself
i hoarse with joy in the demonstrations of victory that will
j take place throughout the Allied
I world when the Kaiser's limited
i list is nothing hut a useless and
bloody mass of jellified flesh and
his sword lias lost both its edge
and temper.
Buy until you would he justi-
tied in linking anus with the
moil who have gone over the lop
and cleaned out a nest of machine gunnel's, for whicli they
have been awarded military
honors for conspicuous bravery.
The Canadian soldier carries
out the plan of campaign of his
commanding officer. Il is just
as necessary that thc Canadian
civilian carry out the financial
campaign planned by the Minister of  Finance and this, is his
ESTABLISHED    187'
IMPERIAL BANK
OF CANADA
LUMBERING
Tha faniataat daawad far and pra-rallini fci-rh ptjcaa ef Unbar hava ntd* tha
•"•■•loaaaat af taio iadaatrjr awaatial and profitable.
Tait laak caa twist your plus.   Consult our local Maaattr. IX
B. E. HOWARD,
CRANBROOK BRANCH,
Manager.
order, as it were, sent out from
his office in Ottawa to the Canadian people :
Tlie Victory  Loan of lfllS is
now   being  offered   for  public
subscription.   It is an undertaking of the   most   vital   consequence lo the nation and I cannot loo earnestly emphasize the
duty and responsibility resting
upon all the citizens of Cannda
lo cooperate  to thc extent  of
their available resources iu mak
Ing it a success.    The money to
be realized  is urgently required
to unable us to continue the pro :
sedition of the war now in its,
fifth and  most crucial year and'
for tlie maintenance of the prosperity of the  Dominion and all
departments of productive  activity.    Apart   from   patriotic
consideration, which   alone suf
licei, the direct interest of every
individual oitizen is that the
loan should not fail of Ms objective,
The bonds afford absolute se-
U'Ui'ily and n most lucrative
[ amount of interest.
| Undoubtedly iu the period
[succeeding the war they will
! show u substantial appreciation
! in value.
All citizens are earnestly in-
viled to subscribe.
Remember, you are asked not
to give but to lend your money
to the state. Small subscriptions from those of slender
means are as welcome as the
large. In Ihe last Victory Loan
we received subscriptions of
over $400,000,000 from over
800,000 subscribers. This year
we expect 8500,000,000 from
more than a million subscribers.
Let all subscribe lo the extent
Mat
Pepi are the new treatment for
coughs, colds and lung troubles.
They are little tablets made up
from Pine extracts and medicinal
essences. When put Into the
month these medicinal ingredients turn into healing vapors,
which are breathed down direct
to the lungs, throat and bronchial
tubes. The Peps treatment Is
direct. Swallowing cough mix.
tures Into the stomach, to cure
ailments and disorders In throat
and lungs, is Indirect. Peps are
revolutionizing the treatment of
•-.olds and their price Is within the
reach of all. All dealers, 51c. boa.
Send lc. stamp for FREE TRIAL
PACKAGE.
War Efficiency and
National Prosperity
More than a billion and a half dollars distributed
in Canada for exported agricultural produce and
the products of labor in the fiscal year ending
March 31, 1918, has kept Canada busy and
prosperous in spite of the war.
/CANADA'S production in such enormous
quantities was made possible only by the
money received through Canada's War
Loans. Canada thus was enabled to assist the
Allies in their purchases here by establishing
financial credits for their use in this country.
CANADA'S war loans not only Canada's own war expenditure for
have sustained Canada's war the fiscal year 1918 was $342,762,000.
effort, but they have kept the wheels , , , „ . .. r ..
of production turning as they never And thc bulk °* j*11 these expendi-
turned before. tures, the foundation of Canada's
This is the flood of cash which prosperity and war effectiveness, was
poured in to Canada's farms for their made possible only because the sub-
exports in the fiscal yenr 1918, for:— scribers to Canada's war .loans fur-
Butter $  2,000,000 nished the working capital.
Cheese    36,602,000
Eggs      2,271,000 *         *         *
Oats    37,644,000 ^....n,              .           ,.
Wheat  366.341.000 /CANADA must keep this great
Flour    95,896"000 ^   work going—must produce as
^*eatsv;    ?n™?n!X never before; must work, fight, save
Vegetables     19,034,000 ,.     ,        ,    , j
_        .    ,     ,    .       ...      . and lend as she has never yet done to
Over six.hundred  and   thirtys.x bri     victory gn(j g -^ tf)
million  dollars  for   exported   farm      , war.ridden wor,d_
products alone! ,        ,      ~
                                          But Canada to-day (thanks to her
*        * great export trade), is in a better posi-
AND the workers of Canada alto tjon now tnar, evcr, to carry on.
shared greatly in Canada s export trade. The Victory Loan 1918 will keep
For their products there was dis- Canada busy, will enable her to main-
tributed in Canada, during the year: tain her great export business; and it
Munitions 3450,000,000 will make Canada more efficient than
Ses:::::::::::: Sooo     ?«;• because he- prosperity win not
Wood Pulp and Paper..   59,599,000 be diminished and her determination
These huge sums were spent in      to  work,  fight   and   win  will be
Canada by the Allies. stronger than it has ever been before.
Get Ready Now lo Buy
Victory Bonds
iftauad by Cauda'• Victory Lou, Gimraittae
us Co-opnatwo with the Mini-tar of FiaaaM
of the Dominion of Cen«d.
of their moans, bo they great or
small, and once more demonstrate to lhe world the strength,
unity and determination of the
"anadian people in this world
struggle.   Even  if the war end
'at un earlier date than has heen
anticipated, all the money asked
for will be required for the de
mobilization which will extend
: ove r many months, and for the
continuation of credits for the
j purchase of Canadian products.
| The organization and publicity
work   iu   connection with   the
{loan has been completed after
many weeks of effort
It now remains for the people
of Canada to do tlieir share,
That they will do so in the
fullest degree 1 am entirely con
fident.
Yours for Victory
Loan 1918
"Yours for Victory T^oan 1918,"'
lis the Canadian letter writer's
slogan in the Victory Loan cam-
piiign. Every one is asked lo
sign his or her letters in this
way. Already some are doing
it, and before the campaign is
far under way it is hoped the
practice will be general. It is
an easy und yet a most effective
*ay. of driving lioaie lli«Mrnr>&al
for the Loan, ami it will reach
practically every one. Business
men particularly are requested
i» adopt tho idea. As they read
their incoming and outgoing let'
ters, during the next three
weeks, they will confront'Yours
for Victory Loan 1'JIS' scores of
times each day. Start now
signing your letters iu this way.
Get into the swing ! Every little bit is needed if Canada is lo
"go over the lop."
The Lariat and
Horn for the Hun
The Vancouver World under a
subheading says; "Junkers still
iu saddle." It 'is generally
hoped, however, that pretty soon
the Junkers' connection with
the saddle will be by means of
the lariat and saddle horn.
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meets In the
I'orlHh , Hall
lirat Tuesday
afternoon of
every n'.onlh
at 3 p.m.
Pre-., Mrs. B.
H. Lei man
Secy, Mrs. J. W. Burton, P. O. Box 681.
All ladles cordially Invited.
It -may bo that your eyes are becoming weak and you ure afraid to acknowledge 11. That is tiio way with n
good many people, both old nnd young.
The young particularly seem afraid to
admit their failing sight, but Is no
novelty nowadays and certainly no
disgrace. Wo will remedy any defective eyesight and guarantee stttisuic
(ion Delays nre danger'uis- come today.
Raworth Bros.
OPTICIANS
Next lo Iho Pnntoffice.
Jameson's
BAKING   POWDER
Feather Light
JAMESON'S
JAVA AND   MOCHA
COFFEE
JAMESON'S
'   TEA
JAMESON'S
EXTRACTS
The users   are  the  Con-
noiseurs.
C. P. R. Steamer
Goes Down in Alaskan Waters
The C. P. R. Bteamship Sophia loft Skagway on Wednesday of last week for Vancouver
with a heavy passenger list
made up largely of Yukoneri
returning to tlie outside for the
winter, and within four hours
after leaving her dock she piled
up on the rocks where she was
pounded by mountainous waves
for iifi hours, making it impossible to launch a lifeboat, then
when everybody was feeling
safe she suddenly slipped off the
reef and every living thing on
her went down to death in the
ice cold waters.    There  were
340 persons on board, men, wo.
men and children and nol one
escaped a watery grave,
Thc Sophia was one of the
best boats in the Alaskan service- u real floating palace. One
would almost think that it.could
laugh at the winds and the
waves and defy the rocks to batter it to pieces, but how feeble
is man and how brittle hia worki
when they come in contact with
the titanic forceB of nature. He
is the victim of forces that he is
as powerless to resist as the fly
is to resist a swatter.
m is. tt\ m w ~» m m •* •* va v* *»
Printing!
Orders placed with us
are assured sutisl'uct-
" "ory "production'*"b£ ].
cause we posses every
facility for good service—
Capable workmen expert supervision, latest and best equipment, large capacity.
A telephone message
brings to your service a helpful salesman.
Mail orders given
prompt attention
Cranbrook Herald
PRINTERS    &     PUBISHERS
DESIGNERS, & EMBOSSERS
-a, -a.«, v* «« ms-v-aw-tWA
"WHITE"
SEWING MACHINES
MAOI IN CANADA
Wa  OANAOIAN   HOMli
WILL GIVE YOU
COMPORT
CASE AND
REAL PLEASURE
WHILE SEWING
Can you think of any reason why
there ihould not be one in your
home*
WEWANTALLKINDSOtfURfr
FOX. BEAR. REAVER. LYNX..
.wildcat muskrat:
marten.mimk.es.
k  VffIL PAYS THE HOST
I.AIIILA'V A; DEWOLF
Hill and Mining Engineers
II. C. Land Surveyors
CltANBROOK, B. O,
lies, ('ri'i'ii & MncKlnnnn
1'hysli-hltis nmi Surgeons
Olllct   iii   resldpnco. Armstrong
Avomio
OFFICE IKillltS
Forenoons   9:00 lo to no
Afternoons   ".no lo   4.00
BvenlngB 7.:io to  k.iio
Sundays   '.'.:io to   *.:to
CRANBROOK, B.C,
I. (). (». F.
KKY CITY LODGE, No. 42
Meeti every
Monday night
at Fraternity
Hall.      Sojourning   Oddlellowa
cordially Invited.
E. H. McPhee, J.W. Spence,'
Secy. N. O.
int. i'. ii. miles
DENTIST
OHlcc in Hanson Block
OFFICIO HOURS
9 to 12. a.m.
1  to    r.  p.m.
CRANBllOOK, B.C
I'K'MIKOOK   COTTAGE
HOSPITAL
Privalc Nursing Home
Licensed by'Provincial   Govt.
Maternity and l.'enrrnl Nursing
Massage and Rest Cure, Highest
References, terms moderate.
Apply Mrs. A. Crawford, Matron
Phone 269 P. O, Box 845
Address, Garden Ave. Cranbrook
THE  HOME UAKERY
BoM. Frame, Prop.
."•"rt'sli Urcad, Cakes, Pics
and Pastry
- Phone 87
Norbury Ave.      Opp City Hall
JL
KNIGHTS OF. PYTHIAS
Cranhrook, B. C.
Meeta every Tuesday at 8 p.m. In
the Fraternity Hall
R. C. C»rr, C. C.
C. H. Collins. K. R. & 8.
Vliltlng brethren cordially Invited to attend.
OYEItNEASCl.UH
Meets ln Mapiu Hall second
Tuesday of eiery month at >
p. m.
Membership open to Brittan
citizens.
Visiting mombers cordially
welcomed.
E. Y. Brake.       1. P. Lower,
Preildent. Secretary
|       CHAS. 8. PARKER
Forwarding and  Distributing
Agent for
Lethbrldge gad Grernhlll Coal
Imperial Oil Co.
Dlatrbutlon Can a Specialty.
Dm j Ina* anil Triinsferrini*
Given prompt attention
Phone (3
Tlie Shoe Specialist
JOE 'I AH,WO III
Satisfaction Guarantee!
Weadquarters for all klnda of
Repairs
F. IU. MACPIIEHNON
I'mlerlnker
Phone .1,111
Norbury Aie, next lu Clly Hull
Montana llesliiurniil
Meals al All Hoars
Cigars, Cigarettes and Candy
CltANBROOK STREET.
Opposite the Bank of Commerce
~-J. F. DEACON
Automobiles for hire.. .Boats
on Green Bay In Connection.
PHONE 28       CRANBROOK
If vou want (satisfaction
with vour waahlnir
send It to
MONTANA LAUNDRY
Special prices for family
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THDBSDAY,   OOTOBKR J18T,   lvll
M.IB..IW MBinm tttatttwn
~ g&M fSW®1 &m'
STAKE YOUR ALL
Buy Victory Bonds
To The Limit
This Space donated to the Victory Loan 1918 Campaign by
THE   CRANBROOK  HERALD, Limited.
H
v THE CRANBROOK HERALD
THURSDAY, OCTOBBR 318'i",   WM
What Is The True Meaning Of
THE VICTORY LOAN?
WE are in sight of
Victory, and now
less then ever, can
we afford to rest in
a false atmosphere
of security.
Now is the moment
for a grand rally, an
irresistible push for-
ward with men and
money.
The men are there-and always
fresh ones go. They must continually be fed, clothed, and supplied with ammunition. The work
of supplying of supporting them,
the Easy Part, [is ours. Shall any
one of us fail them at this end?
No, A Hundred
TIMES, NO!
And what are we asked
to do? What is it that
Canada asks of us?
Simply to Lendrto our
own country, more money, that the great fight
may be finished for us, and that
the sacrifices made for us in four
years of war shall not be in vain.
No thinking, man or woman
who realizes this can fail to respond to the limit of his or her ability.
And Canada makes it very easy for
us to do this through
THE VICTORY LOAN   1918
She will pay us interest at 5 1-2 per cent, on any amount we lend.
She offers us Bonds backed by the country itself, the highest security
in the world, Bonds issued in convenient denominations of $50, $100,
$500 and $1000 repayable in 5 or 15 years, as we may desire.
i
Buy Viotory Bonds
This space donated to the Victory Loan 1918 campaign by
Bank of Commerce
Imperial Bank
Cranbrook Electric
Light Co.
Kootenay Telephone Harvey, McCarter,
Lines McDonald & Nisbet
Lester Clapp Roya|  BanR ,„■■-,---*-- -,„..-, The Hanson Carafe
Cranbrook Jobbers,
Limited W. E. Worden P. Burns & Co. Cranbrook Meat Co.
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tm THURSDAY, OCTOBER   UIST ms
THE  CRANBROOK  HERALD
PAGE THREW
Tie up the
Kaiser
with
Victory
Bonds
This Spnct ihmtHttt >•■ "'• l'" ••"
/.(ni'i 1918 C-it'i/MifjI'i by
W. II. WILSON
.tl'WEI.EH
Local and personal
kllby frames pictures;   Phone 8.
Sava for Victory.
Insure Willi Ilenlo & Elweli.
Those who do not light mint Hiive.
Burn At Cranbrook, on Oot
20th, to Mr. itiid Mrs. Sidney Mo
Onbo, nf Sirdar, n daughter,
Tho "lil Wentworth liotol IibbI
boon 1 iii-iicsl Into u hospital tor tliuj
tl'ontmenl   nf nttUlda
fllli'll/.n.
■ilHl'M 111    111-
CARRY On!
Have you bouplittwo bonds or soven?
Carry onl Ooand buy auothoi' 'luvonl
Carry on! Don't remark, "I -•<» ft
beauty, 1 linve auraly ilona my duty,
I bavo jarred tlie toomtn Teuty." Carry nu. Doubtless you've been doing
hplentiid: carry on! Por your duty's
never ended! carry onl Till tho tyrant
autooj'atic- who haa blow ities In hiaiit-
tlc, llnda hlflkuUn.' stalled and static
carry onl What though you've beun
dlgginfi dollars? cany on! So otic but
a piker hollers. Carry on. Ob. the
soldiers oVer yonder, they don't hesitate or ponder when they'ru told their
blood to squander! Carry-on! Till tli.
artatos cease their shooting, carry on,
till the Teutons quit their tool lug. curry on: till the world is war disgusted
and tho swords and spears are rusted,
till your bank account is busted, carry
on. Till thu kaiser has been crated,
carry on; till our cause is vindicated,
carry on, till our boys arc homevfard
striding from the laud whore death la
riding, having made a peace abiding,
carry on, Plfj up ull your hoayd.ed
treasure! Carry on! Give with never
stlut or measure! Carry on! What in
gold when flags ure flying? What U
coin, with mothers sighing? What is
wealth when boys arc dying? Carryom
This  Space contributed
towards winning the war
by
F. PARKS & CO.
Hardware & Mill Supplies
Cranbrook    -    B.CV
Cltoor up, cheer up, fpv If the
witrnl   is yol   to coiiiu you need nil
your Mil nth for ll limn*, or llw
nvent.   Buy Victory Btiinls,
Eaele brand fabric cleaner,
cleans silu. satin and velvet shoes I
also white and colored leathers;
35c. bottle. Star Shoe Shop, opposite depot.
Have you any old tires or tubes?
Please help the St. John's Ambulance Red Cross fund by leaving
them at the Hanson garage.   M.
L. Cartwrlght, sec.-treas.
Volunteers for nursing in ro-
spiiime in the Mayor's pull liavo
ofl'erod thomselvos quite I'reely and
the temporary hospital in now well
supplied  with   nurses   and   othor
llt-lpt'l'S.
Its a sploudid thing to meeta
Ureal big good llattirod broad
minded man ov woman. It makes
ono feel like, thanking (ind thnt he
is nlive und then gj out. inul Ivuy
Victory Bonds.
is his own testimony: Ou S.-itur
day night I Mi itI'liiuingon. 81111
day morning I gui up with a violent lieadaohe and a oold in ihe
nostrils, there were pains in my
j bflek ami legs nnd 1 Inul n high
jl'ever : 1 oonld neither read, write.
talk to the wife nor piny with i
[kiddies. I heard n. voice will
jsav 'the llu has goi you.' I hen
mother voice, however, which
sounded very much like my grand-
futher's, and it said, 'Take a good
hig dose of Epsom salts and awnil
developments." 1 did so and in n
short time I had put the enemy to
rout and next day " was as I as
euoumher, as clear as u hell uud as
hungry as n horse.* Try il and
then hnv some more Victory heads
Om
aire i
of our business men has a
nre for Spanish grippe. Here
i:ilJI»MiSOX.S DANCE ORCHESTBA
Van (i|ien fur Cniuinenu'iils.    One lo
Fnnr Pieces
I The Music with tlie PEP.    Por Terms
Apply
MKS. KlfflONDHON
J iu- iilumc tin rranhroek, B. C
r
TIIK
COEUR D'ALENE
Spokane. Washington
TIIK IIOTKI. WITH  A
PRRSONAIjITV ,
Tills house In. Pit
li«P|i- •HittncUon ol tie-
ln( the favorite .top-
pint place in Spokane
for the people ol British
Columbia We appreciate
thi. patronage and do
everything In our power
to make you comfortable
Our location Is excellent
close tn Oreat Northern station
and 0. W. It. & N.—Mllwauke.
terminal, and within a minute's
walk from the principal business
booses aad plaees of amusement.
See  St
lUs=sa*-
8ee Steamship on Roof
SA VE
For .Victory
.. _—^
Why do you con-1
tinuetopay rent year
in and year out ?
Have a HOME that you
can   call   YOUR   OWN
I
LOOK A T THESE
SNAPS
Offered by V;
Beale & Elweli
:' Cottages on Cranbrook Street
2 lots only $Ue\M
Ono cottage alone is worth the
price not to mention the lota.
r. roomed Cottage in Falrview
Addition, cost $ir.oo. can be
lioiif-in  tor MOWW -
Kt rocteod Cottage on Ltttnadem
Avenuo in good condition, cheap
nt  %vm
Motion. Cottage nt. I'ninhrook
Btreet CorflOOOi Thi- I- a rral
map.
7 roomed, two itory modern residence on Durwoll nvonue 'i lota,
house com $1900, mihhi buy*
property.
ti roonn'tl Cottage on Itanium
Avenbo, only   #IIOfl
A very conforlntile modern Cot-
tage on DurWell Avenue, up-to-
date  in  every  respect IIAOV
7 roomed two story residence on
Armstrong Avenue $1WM
Terms can always be trrniiged
io unit mirchaeer.   Titles guar-
an teed In  nil cases by
Beale & .Elweli
If inn want lo rent a house call
nn BEAU: and EUVKM,
furnished nr unfurnished rooms
especially suitable tor bachelors, hieludliiv heat. light aad
waler.
■ItlliritN   WHISKS  Til  KENT
V   ^f
Are yon saving for   Victory   Honda ?
Vancouver Han Dies
In the Hospital
A. W. Collins, one of Hie men
working on the railway bridge in
the C. P. R ynrda to put over tlie
mer at Wycllffe. was taken siok
with inlliieti/a urn) died last Saturday morning in 8t. Eugene hospital. His wife was sent for and
arrived from his home in Vancouver the evening Iwforo his den th,
The funeral took plate on Bui id ay
to the Cranbrook cemetery,
CARD OP THANK*
We wish to take this op-nut
ity through the columns of
Herald to express our grati
thanks to all those who (insistei
tlie last rites p-.~i~|oruied fog our
parted husband and father dm
his illness and iu preparation
the funeral, especially to the in
bora of Local Onion No. !17. am
Mr. and Mm A- L MqDernuit
Mi*s. A. \V. Collins  and Dntlgh
Mi III ACTION
The following is taken from n
reoetil issue of the Fori William
Times ■ Journal concerning a
popular young man who before
enlisting was a |»us.seiii;ci brtlke-
innn with.htttilquarters in Cran-
brook and who was also an un-
thnamstic hockey player :
A cablo has been received
that Sergeant Wilfred Leo Me-
(iragor hiw been offlcially reported killed in aetion. Sept. BO.
He is a son of the late Mr. und
Mrs. ti. J. Mctlregor. of Am
prior. An elder brother, l'to.
Parker O.Mct'regor, went over-
Mas in 10181 with tlie Mill Bat-
lalion, and was later transferred
to thc ",'nd Canadinu machine
gun battalion, with which he is
still serving in Krance.
Sergeant Wilfred Leo McGregor
was 27 years of ago, nnd enlist-
ad ul Blnirinnre. Alia., with the
•Jiii'inl Ftattalion and went ovar-
aaas in November, lfllii and was
later attached to the 40111 Battalion. He leaves 10 mourn him
one married brother. John U.
McGregor, living ut Proctor,
Minn.; and another brother, Pte,
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
el' (lunula Limited
Office, snieltiiiR and Refilling Department
TRAIL.  BRITISH COLUMBIA
8MELTEKS     AMI     REFINERS
Purchaser of (>nld. Silver, t'opper. Lend and Zinc Ores.
Tnhniiuc Brand l'ig Lead, milestone. Spelter and Copper
The ,
universal
military
service
gum-
A Soldier's offering to bis
sweetheart is naturally the
sweetmeat that slave him
most refreshment and greatest enjoyment when on duty.
The Flavour Lasts
Parkor 11. McGregor, in France;
also four sisters here, Mrs.
Richard Payne, of 1108 Donald
street, and the Misses Mary,
Olara and Josephine, of "MO 12
North May street.
Kngineer .las. Haley
Dies of Pneumonia
Mr. Jus. Haley, who has been a
well known resident in Cranbrook
I'm- nlmiii 12 years, anil an ongin-
,.,i  the C P. K>. died in the
hospital here on Oot. 22nd, from
pneumonia. The funeral took place
nn Thursday last to Cranbrook
cemetery under the auspices of the
Bmtlierlinocl of Locomotive Fire-
nn'ii and the Ancient Order of Foresters, Tlte funeral service was
eoudnotod by Rev. Mr. Harrison.
The deceased loaves a widow and
tlu  children to mourn  Iiis loss.
The sympathy of the community
is extended tn the baroaved iu
(heir sml loss.
CARD OK THANKS
Wc tako  this  opportunity   of
ibnikint! fi 11lijf bottom'of our
hearts nil the kind friends who
helped to relieve oiir sad hours
during tin' sickness and in making
the lust preparations for th" burial
nf our beloved husband and father,
especially to those sending letter*
of condolence ami tributes of Hew
t-rs. tlie Brotherhood of Locomotive
Firemen and tin- Am-ieni Order of
Forest ers.
Mrs. Jas. Haley and Children,
Miitlcc to Brum  Eaters—Bread, •-'
loaves for 25c; guaranteed government weight. Buns 25c. a Uoien. All
fancy cakes, 60c. a dozen. These
prices take effect immediately. On
account ot the Increased cost of pta-
terlal it is necessary that we adopt
the above prices. The Home Bakery.
R. Frame, Proprietor. License Nn.
51961. 41-3t
Twenty Overcoats, the kind
we used to get, Al condition.
Por sale at from tfi.no up. At
thc Cranbrook Cleaners.
DR. DeVAN'S FUENCH PILLS'«
-.'.liiumR rill for Women. j;> a bo*, or thru-io-'
$m. „*-".tl *t all J>ni« bfum, or luailtnl tohiiy
MtldrcBiun riftiftoi" -nice. The Beon XI. HlL'd
(!o , Ut tiitliartiii's. OniHrin.	
PH0SPH0N0L FOR MEN. 5K3
Vitality;for Nerve ami Bralu; lucmuKt"ifrcf
matter':»Tonic-win dnilii yon up. 13 a boi,nr
two for $i>, at ilruif itom. or by mail on recolpt
if i-rlee Tn k Scobkll Into Co., Ht. GatbarloM,
Ontario
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BARBARISM
BY  BUYING
VICTORY
BONDS
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This space donated to the Vic-
lory Loan  Campaign 1918 by
Music a Real Necessity
in Time of War
M usic his justified itself as a factor ot real service
in this hour of trial. Not only to th: man at the
front do there come times of loneliness and
discouragement. Those who remain at home have
their share of the world's burden. They need the
inspiration, the encouragement, the aoul-satisfying
comfort of music in the home.
%eMN EDISON
"Tht Phonograph with a Soul"
Re-creates the human voice and the music of
human-played instruments with such fidelity that the
actual voices and instruments cannot be distinguished
from the New Edison's Re-Creation of them. But
you will never fully believe what any dealer tells
you when they make conflicting statements.
The wise way to choose your phonograph is to
let all claims pass in one ear and out the other, then
have the several makes of phonographs and talking
machines in which you areinterested sentto your home
on trial, where you may make direct comparisons
among them in the quiet of
your own home and decide
which one you would like to
keep—which one you think
you would enjoy hearing just
as much five years from now
as you do to-day.
We will gladly send a
New Edison to your home,
for purposes of comparison
or to be heard alone,
without the slightest obli-
u    gation on your part.
(f Cranbrook Drug & Book Co. Ltd., Cranbrook, B.C. ^
LACK
STOVE POLISH
Apply*
•ll. Lil
j with a cloth on either warm oreold stove—that la
all. Little effort la needed to give your stove a brilliant,
durable polish.   Black Knight la non-inflammable.
KEEP YOUR STOVE BRIGHT PAGE FOUR
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THURSDAY,  OCTOBER   ;jl'jT/,   1118
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WE mam: a specialty ok fink
JOB PRINTING
WRITING TO
HIS FATHER
a corporal of the Royal Canadian
Dracooni .aya:
"W.'iat we used moitly li 'eats'
and Zam-Buk. Soru are awfully
slow In healing up here, hat Zam-
lluk can heal nearly anythini."
Far sore feet, alio, Zam-Buk It
invaluable, is Illustrated by an extract trom tho "War OHIce Times,"
which reads: "A large .percentage
ot the British Army lufter with
sore feet, but wo are overcoming
thla aerioai handicap by tho use of
Zam-Buk."
Soldiers slso need Zam-Buk for
ruts, abrasions, barbed wire
scratches, burns and stiff muecles.
Don't let your soldier friend, bo
without.   All dealers, 60c boi.
Disturbed   sleep   ai-uHy
comes from some form of
"T'I        TT f 1\ indigestion.     Strengthen
1   ll?   ll^l*^ilrt   4l,e stomach and stimulate
x iiv  l iviaiu   the liver-dfith a course of
$200 year3* p,j|s
Uneet SeU of «T MarfklM l> th- WnM,
Sold «M7Wh0fOe   UlMMfclSfc
A J
ST'S
PAIfMflEBMINATOR
FFER   PAIN-BUY   HIRST'S!
DON'T ^^^^^^^
tml Im prepared nealmt attacks 11 rln'iimatiatn. Intnbagn, w-ural'-la,
tootiuu'iit'.Miii - ai id '. Eqiuvlls KTectiTe ror rellevlnff swollen joints,
■p-uniri. sort, tliroat t.nd otlicr ,>;■ infill :iilmt;nt*i. Fur over 40 yenr? a
family Mend. Dotl'teirpm-lmont—l>ny Ilirat's—alWrtys huvL'!i bottk in
tht: lions.' Has ■" himtln'il i-im.
Atdmtei f or wrtto t ■   HIRST hEMKDY CO.. Hamilton, Canada.
SAVE
For Victory
Two Model Last* for Women who prefer a I<»ir vamp with narrow or medium narrow toe
Math in till leathers 8 inch orp inch height, Louis or Cuban heels, $6 tofts.
True Economy in Stylish Shoes
Tl IE woman who likes shoes with a lonp; vamp and a slender
toe, will be well pleased with the two A. H. M. models
"- shown above. Vou can obtain smart boots on either last
with Louis or Cuban heels in black or tan calf or kid at prices
ranging from $(> to #12.
The quality of the material in these shoes is belter than you
might expect at the price, due to our being able to cover our
needs well in advance. Wc doubt if it will be possible to offer
equal value again so long as the war lasts.
The model on the left is conservatively narrow in the toe with thc popular Louis heel. The other model is more extreme in style effect having a
lomewhnl narrow toe and a higher and more tapering heel.
Vou may be certain of getting style value and practising true economy
when you ask your dealer for these A.M.M. models.
A.U.M. Wtir-Ttma Selections offer special Service Value
fur Man, Women ami Children. Askycnr dealer for them.
AMES HOLDEN McGREADY
LIM1TID
"Shoemakers to the Nation"
IT. JOHN        MONTREAL       TORONTO
WINNIPEG    EDMONTON   VANCOUVER
A very Handsome Coat
IN A DISTINCTIVE MODEL made of an excellent	
quality ol all wool velour in Winter weight. The back
gives a hijih waisled effect without impairing its usefulness
for a medium length waist. The pleats in the back give.a
splendid effeel, Ihe fancy pockets, belt and cuffs add considerably lo the model, with Crushed Mole Collar lined
with Sol Satin. This Model cannot but appeal to the
women of discriminating taste.    The above Model only at-—
WFI   WIT T 1Q       The Ladies'   Wear
. Ut LllLtLtiO     SPECIALIST
Share in   Victory Buy
VICTORY BONDS
kt
**r%2'- -■•
NOTICE TO SOLDIERS ON HARVEST LEAVE.
Attention is directed to h reeent announcement published
in the Press by the Military Service Branch, Department
of Justice, regarding extensions to be granted to men
EXEMPTED AS FARMERS.
It is pointed out that this DOES NOT IN ANY WAY
AFFECT MEN WHO HAVE BEEN ORDERED BY THE
REGISTRAR TO REPORT to Depot Battalions and who
have thereafter received leave of absence from the Military
Authorities.
Once a man has been ordered to report for duty by the
Registrar he leaves the jurisdiction of the Registrar and comes
under that of the Department of Militia and Defence, and is to
be considered as a soldier. This applies to men of the 20 to 22
Class who have been ordered to report by the Registrar in
virtue of the cancellation of exemptions by Order-in-Council of
the 20th April last, as well as to those ordered to report in the
usual way on refusal of claim for exemption, or on expiration
of exemption granted.
All men, accordingly, who have been ordered to report, and
are therefore SOLDIERS, and who have subsequently been
granted harvest leave by the military authorities, MUST,
NOTWITHSTANDING THE NOTICE ABOVE REFERRED TO, REPORT ON THE EXPIRATION OF
THAT LEAVE, unless they are notified to the contrary by
their Commanding Officer or by general notice published by
the Department of Militia and Defence. .
DEPARTMENT OF MILITIA AND DEFENCE.
Smelter Investigation
Notice!
Owing to the prevalence of Spanish
Influenza and to the regulation of
the provincial Board of Health in
force in Nelson the session proposed
to be held by the Committee in Nelson on 3lst October next is postponed until further notice.
JAMES ANDERSON, Secretary
Kaslo, B. C. 24th October. 1918.
ORDER IN COUNCIL
Government House,
Victoria, B. C.
Sept. Sth 1918
Present:
His Honor The Lieutenant Governor
in Council
WHEREAS bj "An Act respecting
Pound Districts" it is enacted that the
Lieutenant Governor in Council may,
by Order-In-Councll made public by
notice in the British Columbia Gazette
constitute any part of the Province of
British Columbia not within the Umiltt
of a municipality into a pound district
AND WHEREAS under the provisions of this Act application has been
made by proprietors of land to constitute a Pound District In that part ol
the County of Kootenay known ai the
Hull Hlver District and comprised wl-
\ thin tho following; iHiundnries:
| Starting ut the N. K. corner, at the
[Canadian I'auitU- Hallway Company
j dam on Bull River south to thc corner
| of tho road running from Bull Hlver
B. ('. io Douglas*' raueh, thence .Ina
southerly direction along said roud to
the road running from Bull Hlver, 11,
C. to Wardner, B. C., thence in a southerly direction along the said road one
mile more or lest to the Kootenay Hlver, thence in a northerly direction along the east bank of the Kootenay Ui-
ver to the Bull River, thence In an
easterly direction along tne south bank
of Bull River to the point of commencement,
AND WHEliEAS notice of Intention
to constitute such district a pound di*<
trict was given fn accordance with the
requirements of the Act, and no objection has been made by any proprietor
within the proposed pound ."district.
On the recommendation of the Hon,
.the Minister of Agriculture and under
! the provisions of the "Pound District
| Act'', His Honor the Lieutenant Gov
\ crnor of British Columbia, by and with
the advice of his Executive Coum-ii, has
been pleated to order, and it in hereby
ordered thut the above det»erihed portion of the Ball River district be constituted a pound district.
J. I). MacLeun
Clerk of tho Executive Council
WANT ADS.
The rales lor advertisement* la this column under a classified Bead il ai
follows: Three lines, one Insertion for Soe* three Insertions of the sane
ad, AOc. Itysrger ads in proportion..,
the stab Second turn store
l.lst of  Bargains  this   Week.
Child's cot complete $li.
Phonograph, Edison Home with com
blnatlon needles to play either two
or Tour minute 'record., with :t0 records bargain. *20.
iFwhThave ANTfHii^TOlfEu.,
ROUND TABLE—two leaves,"inIsslou
oak; bargain.
BMANKET8 'ASSORTEli" •'- Twelve
pair, all cheap.
I'hono 9; If you want to buy anything
I'biino 9
WANTKI> I'osltion us hoilHolceepcr,
by English woman with two children.
Near school. Address Box O. Herald
office. S7-8t-p
WANTED-Part or nil of the
following : Piauo, bullet, gold-
mi oalt, davenport or couch in
leather, chinu cabinet. Must be
in good condition. State price
for cash.    Box 80, Herald Office
Snap McLaughlin, five pussen-
Ker automobile, 35 horse power,
mechanically perfect, line shape,
good tires uud extra tire in carrier.
Cheap for cush. Near Crunbrook,
Address Box 14, Herald office.    2t
WANTED—To rent, i Furnished
house, by young couple, no children.
Apply Box "K" Herald Office.        3t.p.
POR SALE—Chickens, old and
young, also a few ducks. Mrs. Oliver, 104 Clarke Ave.
PIGS   FOR   SALE—All   sizes   and
broods. Apply to the Horald office.
WANTED—Nurse- lo look after two
children. Apply to Mrs. Martin McCreery. phone 117. at-tt
FOR SALE—MaBsey - Harris bicycle,
used one season; also Eastman 3A
folding camera, with tripod and portrait attachment. Both in excellent
condition. Apply Box "T" Herald of.
flee. 40-St
FOR SALE—Mission oak piano, also
bonch to match; nearly new; well taken care of; Mozart Heliitznian make;
oasy terms. Apply to Box SO, Wardner, B. C. 40-3t
SAWINO OUTFIT FOR BALE —Six
horsepower gasoline engine and drat
saw tor cutting wood.   C. Oodderls.
FOR RENT—Modern Bungalow, For
particulars apply to O. Van Braam.
Phone '04, or P. O. Box 428.      84-tf
FOR SALE—A Ford Touring Car In
good condition. Address Box 8, Herald office. 84-tt
For Sale—Three miloh cowa. 1
2 1-2 years and 14 1-2 years old; 1
yearling heifer, 1 heifer calf, 2.ton
roots, a quantity of hay and straw,
1 pen of mammoth Pekin clucks.
Apply, C. Sheppard, Phone 341,
Wyoliffe rond, near St. Stigene
hospital.
Wanted—Capable mun with
$500 for new business opening in
Crnnbrook. Good for $200 aud
up. Permanent. Address, Mr.
Hinkle. N. American Building
Chicago.
Wanted a high grade Car In exchange for house In Creston, valued $1800.
Box M, Creston, B. C. 81.
WANTED—Boy to milk a taw eowa
and assist tn th*
71, Ha-aU-Mae.
LAUD ACT
(ranbrook Land District—District of
East kootenay
Take notice that 1, Harry Rymell.
of Kitchener, occupation Laborer, Intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
—Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast corner <t lot 3903;thence
20 chains - south; tlience 20 chains
west; tbtv.irje 20 chains north; thence
20 chains east to place ot commence,
ment; containing 40 acres, excepting
the B. C. Southern right ot way.
Harry Rymell.
Dated October 12th, 1918.
Date of first publication ot this no
tlce October 17tli, 1918.
Partner Wanted—To file
good claim near town and work
with party on wood-sawing rig.
Address Box 7, Herald office, f-'-tf
Wood (or Sale
10-inoh green blocks, unsplit, 3
inches to 12 inches thick; mostly
fir, a little pine nnd tamarac: $2
a rick, 3 ricks for $5.50.
42-3t O. E. FOOTE.
"Solex" Nitrogen and Tung
sten Electric Lights at Patmore
Bros.
Printing!
Orders placed with ns
are assured satisfactory production because we posses every
facility for good service-
Capable workmen expert supervision, latest and best equipment, large capacity.
A telephone message
brings to your service a helpful salesman.
Mall orders given
prompt attention
Cranbrook Herald
PRINTERS   &    PUBISHBRS
DESIGNERS, & EMBOSSERS
LADIES, Gentlemen and Children's
Knit Sweaters mended—if you can get
yarn color matched,
MENDINO BUREAU
102 Clark av*., corner ol Louis atieat.
WATER NOTICE
Diversion and Use
TAKE NOTICE that The Consolidated
Mining and Smelting Co., whose address ia Trail, B. C. will apply for a licence to take and use fifty eubic feet
per second of water out of Matthew
Creek which flows south and drains into
St Mary's River about six miles west
of Marysvllle. The water will be diverted from the stream at a point about
three miles north of M. M. 82 and will
be used for mining purposes upon the
land described as the Sullivan Group of
mineral claims. This notice was posted
on the ground on the llth day of Oct.
1918. A copy of this notice and an application pursuant thereto and to the
"Water Act 1914," will be filed In the
ofllce of the Wnter Recorder at Cranbrook, B. 0, objections to the application may be tiled with the said Water
Recorder or with the Comptroller of
Water lllghts, Parliament Buildings,
Victoria, II. 0. within thirty days after
the first appearance of this notice in a
local newspaper.
Thc Consolidated Mining & Smelting
('ompany. Applicant
by E- G. Montgomery, Agent
The date of the first publication of
this notice is Oct. 24th 1918
WATER NOTICE
Diversion and Use
TAKE NOTICE that the Consolidated Mining and Smelting Co., whost
address is Trail, B. C. will apply for a
licence to take and use 20.000 gallons
per day of water out of Sullivan Creak
which flows south and drains into
Mark Creek about Klmberley, B.C.
The water will be diverted from the
stream at a point about one mile north
of north end line of lot 2999, known as
Hidden Hollow and will be used for
domestic purposes upon the land described as lot 2999. This notice was posted
on the ground on the 15th day of Oct
1918. A copy of this notice and an application pursuant thereto and to the
"Water Act," 1914 will be filed in tho
office of the Water Recorder at Cranbrook, B. C. Objections to the application may be filed with the said Water
Recorder or with the Comptroller of
Water ltights, 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 K. G. Montgomery, Agent
The date of the first publication of this
notice is October. 24th 1918.
WATER NOTICE
Diversion and Use
TAk'<: NOTICE that The Consolidated Mining and Smelting Co., whose
address is Trail, B. P.. will apply for a
licence to take and use 2P.O0O gallons
per day of water out of Lois Creek,
which flows south, and drains into Mark
Creek about Kimberley. II. 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 2.199. This notice was
posted on the ground on the 15th day of
October 1918. A copy of this notice
and an application 'pursuant thereto
and to the "water Act, 1914," will Ik
filed in the office of the Water Recorder
at Cranbrook, B. C. Objections to the
application may be filed 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 15(18
LAND REGISTRY ACT
.Section  24
IN THE MATTER of Lots 18, Id and
20, Mock 2, Town of Klmberley, Kootenay District, Map 064.
Proof having been tiled in my office of
the lossof Certificate of Title No.129Ha
to the above mentioned lots in thu name
of James Ferguson Armstrong, und
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 suid James Ferguson Arm-
atrong a fresh Certificate of Title In
lieu of such lost Certificate. Any per-
aon having any information with reference to such lost Certificate of Title is
requested to communicate with the undersigned.
Dated at the Land Itegiatry Office at
Nelson, II. C, this 17th day of October
1918.
E, S. Stokes,
Dist;iet Registrar of Titles
The date of the first publication of
this notice ia October 24th 1918
Suggestion
on Eczema
It will take just a few momenta to
atop In and ask ua what our experience has been in the way of grateful
customers with the soothing waah of
oils, D.D.D. Your money back unless
the first bottle relieves you.
Cranbrook Drug t Book Co.,
Cranbrook, B. 0.
■HMIMMI

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