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JOB PRINTING
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of work
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THE CRANBROOK HERALD.
ADVERTISING
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Oar   Local   Column.
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IF   YOU   WANT   CRANBROOK   TO   GROW.   PATRONIZE   HOME   ENTERPRISE
VOLUAIE  It
OBANBBOOK.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.   THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16. 1911
NO. 4(1
Full Valuation and
Low Tax Rates
END OF COAL STRIKE AT HAND
(Krom tlit1 Ouuutlin.ii Municipal -Journal)
I1
Tlio basis   of    civilization la toxa-* Arc
lion.
.hisI, as soon
H0C8 11 gl 111111101*1118 "'   UW Villili*
ihoriiy, whicli means tho ilawr.
unti  police,  protect ion, streets,
tc.    In another lorm it appears  as
as tin*  Riivngc trlbo licenses,
if »ti-J  Tliu Income tax    is also productive
of of imtriH-liful  citi/ens; those    whose
citiii/ation, Rome form of taxation—*
t'ortiaiiiiiH, cowrie s-tu'lls or other
valtiablfs—is Inaugurate*:).
Ami as civilization becomos moro
advanced, taxation becomes liwivlcr
ami llu* iicst way of securing tho necessary funds wilb tin- least possible
friction becomes Increasingly important.
Many kinds of taxes have been introduced by finance authorities ami
many nave been rejected as know-
ledgo advanced, for while they cor-
taiiiy brought in money, tliey were
found to In* distinctly hurtful. Such
for Instance was the tax on window
glass formerly    levied in Great Brlt-
lucomcs are public, |>uy, while the
millionaire can escape a large percentage.
In tbe taxation of real estate,
there is no doubt that /the plan of
taxing tbe land only, ami exempting
liuiltliiigs of every kind, is growing
very rapidly in favor. Vancouver,
B.C., lias led tbe way among the
large cities, and is being widely ad-
vertised as a successful exponci.t of
the land tax. Kdtnonton, Alta., las
tried for some years a modified land-
tax by which houses arc exempt, but
business liuilt.ings are taxed on an
area basis, the rate varying with the
businesses in them, and this seems at
ain, which not the most hard-tip and | least more easy of adoption- in cities
reckless financier would dare to re- where huge business Mocks exist
introduce today. I which would   pay no taxes if       the
II is    clear, therefore, that     while   pure land-tax were adopted.
taxation is  j-o-exislent with civiliz--.-     The question of taxing the land only
tion,   it    is a    constantly   changing, is a large one, and will not be    dis-
problcm. ousscd in   this    article, as the point
In Canada, municipal taxes vary in1 aimed at now does not depend on it
the different provinces, and thus not | Tlie ideal if all taxation Is to
only prove a harrier to comparison make eacb individual pay his proper
but lead to unfair criticism. share, no matter what the basis.
The basis is, naturally, the lax on Therefore it makes no difference
real estate, but even this docs not | what the basis ot tlie valuation of
admit of comparison, because the property is so long as this basis oncost of street improvements is done tains all over,
entirely by the city in some places, j Hut there seems to bc a mistaken
and by the fronting proprietors, or idea prevailing that it Is better tor
the fronting proprietors aird lhe city the individual am! the municipality to
together, in other places, thus cans- work or. a low valuation. The owner
ing three" very different bases of real appears to btlieve tbat if his proper-
estate laxes. ity is* valued at part of its real value.
Some places still levy a tax on be is being exempted for tb? oilier
personal property, which means tbat part. While, as a matter of fact, if
every citizen is supposed to declare all the property is assessed equil-
Ibe value of bis furniture, jcwelery, | ably at one half its actual value, Mk<
etc.      Naturally,     the few   truthful  tax rate will It- just double what    it
Vote of Miners now being Taken in all the Camps Affected -
Prospects Favorable for Practically Unanimous
Declaration for Return to Work
men pay properly, while tbe many,
who believe there is no harm in
cheating the tax collector, escape.
The situation was hit very cleverly
in "Life,'* where a millionaire is explaining to bis expensively dressed
wife, in their pitaifal drawing room,
that be is wearing a shabby suit because he is going to declare lhe value
of his personal property to the tax
collector! The inevitable outcome uf
n personal property tax is the creation of liars.
Tho pull tax—a relic of the middle
atp's—is retained because mole titi
/ens who arc not householders are
otherwise supposed i>* escape taxe-*.
cntiivh. This fallacy overlooks the
faci uf Indirect taxation, whereto*
thi* lodger, in his rent, pays some
thing towards the general taxes 1'
Is only excusable where that nliotni:.
ation, manhood, suffrage, exists In
most places il is a pure farce, fm ex.
would be ou a full valuation.
Kor iustuticc: Property worth
$,S,nnti hut assessed on one half value
• it Sl.ooO at Hi mills pays 164.00.
Propert} worth JK.Ortfl assessed al
lull value, with a tax rate 8 mills,
pays also it-it.00.
Tlie immediate result is therefore
the same lo the individual and tho
municipality. Hut—ami here comes
in the real difference— the total assessable properly |p the place is just
une half what it actually is. Tht*
place is therefore only half as important commercially as if it had full
raluatton; its per capita wealth is
one-ball, its Imrrowing powers are
one-halt; but its tax rate is double,
What a splii.did advertisement tor
that place! \ small raluatton roil
,ti|tl a high tax rate*
\mv for tin* individual' The OWQCI
wai. is io sell Thd prop( sett put-
chaset asks the price, and    then  the
ample lit Toronto, when* $35 last assessed value, .ml pa) s -.mall atten-
year reprcseitt-d the li lal receipts turn to the limitd value betRBJ
from  this souree ] considered    one-half    lhe    real value.
Taxes on hones,     COWS, dogs, car-   ami ihen asks the (ax rate' He       is.
Hnges, etc., an- null)  only  iornis ot   natuialh. less    inclined to pay twice
inisitiess laxes. or taxes on luxuries,
mnl :»ie perfect!] equitable, so long
ns tin* liisii.tss tax is continued
The business tax, ollen spoken of m
-the west as tin* "Monlteal s>strut."
is levied upon the rent, tr rental
value, ul ihe property occupied, hm!
is based upon the theory that anyone
making money out of lho community
sbonld pay a share towards wlmt Ibe
community furnishes (o bim, such   as
as much as tbe valuators ante)       it
anil then (ace a heavy tax late.
J   Oi if the owner   wishes to borrow
money on his property, lie finds ni.tii-.
! people* who wilt lend on a proportion
ot ibe assessed vulue only, xmi so he.
like    (Ik* municipality, finds his hot
towing lowers eul one-half
!    "Pull valuation   and low   lax rate"
ts   lhe    rule     of     even    ptOgoesstve
place.
LAW SUCCEEDS BALFOUR
CANADIAN NOW LEADS IHUTISI1
I NIONI8T PART*,
London, N.o 18 — Anurow Bonn
Lnw, who was born in Now Bronte
wick tn in.-iS, wa, loony i-livicd lo
ilu' l,;i,i,'Tslup i,i llir Unlonlsl pally
in moving Mi Law's election. Hi.
Htm Walter Long mid tliat lit* autl
Austen OJtamberlafn bud both n-oog
iti/itl ihnl llu* only solution til tin*
ilifllt'iilty was It) llatl a third man
In replying, lloitar Law dwelt on
tlif tragedy "I inimical III." tliat st"
great a man as -loscph I'hamlH'rlain
hail never had mado lo llllll lilt* ntier
whii-h he himself had jusl received.
.lames llucliaiian, Hie well-known
distiller, ns a sIrh nl his approval nl
Law's election In the leadership, has
promised the tarifl reform party
funds of £2,1100 yearly fnr live years.
luil two daughter! ami two sons. His
«if,- died iii num.
He was an iioa iiieichaiit in (Has
gow, ami licciitnc purllanicnlai v see
rotary of the board of trade in IMI
In 1906 la- was elected member lor
tllvl.lon ol lllaekliiats, lilasgow. llr
was eliaiiiiian of the Iron Trade U>
■"a lal inn. antl was also a memher nl
Die linns nf William Kldstnn & Sons
nntl William .lacks a 0   nl (llaagnw.
Since 111116 he has keen a member
fm  lhe   lltilwich llivisiim ol t'ambrr-
well.
Andrew ilonar Law Is llie son     11
Rev. .lames Law ami was horn      In
New    Brunswick   on Sept. Ill, 185fc
He was educated at Now   Brunswick,I + doubtless    he
(lilht'it Kleld sch.nl ami llm       Irish, + every Liberal
Silt WILFRID'S BIRTHDAY +
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Ottawa, Nov. 15,-Slr    Wil- +
ftiil I.auricr's seventieth birth- +
day nn Monday, November M, +
wiil be Dttingly marked by the +
Liberal members ol parliament. +
Thr sueucslinn    that Uw day +
lie made occasion tor a renew- +
ed expression ol aRectlon and *|*
esteem ol Liberals lor their
Icodrr is enthusiastically endorsed in Ottawa and will
welcomed hy
member ot the
high *  every
sehonl, Glasgow.    In 18111 Ik*    ,bi*at -1 •]* commons and senate.
i h-,1 Annie I'llcairn, daughter ol iter- .-.
ringloii llohley,    nl    Glasgow. They
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Ferule, Nov. Hi—It is expected
here thut all returns from the refer
iitliini vole taken yesterday will he
in by tomorrow night. It is cot.
Ildcntly anticipated that the major
ity wil he very largely in lavor of
resumption ol operations, although it
will he Uy no means unanimous, owing to a considerable reduction to lhe
men working on pillars*.
From present indications tlm men
will likely start to tlie mines on
Monday for tire purpose ol being assigned to their respective places in
readiness lor resumption ol operations forthwith.
Everything is ouiei and orderly
here. Magistrate Whimstcr sentcne-
ed .1. Sawney to one month's imprisonment for on alleged assault up-
Alec. Barr. L. F. Eckstein,
Sweeney's,lawyer, will enter an appeal.
Lethbridge, Nov. 16—Only 26
votes were registered against the
opening of the mines here in tlie vote
taken yesterday attcrnoon and tins
forenoon    bv    the members of l.eih-
(Special u. iln- Herald),
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(Special to the Herald)
Kernic, Nov. III.—Whllsl the
votes polled Utrougl 1 Harrows Nasi field have not yet
been finally counted, sufficient
is known of Hie trend of the
vole to predict safely lhal lhe
result will show at least a
twelve    lo eight   vol;-  Ir, favor
of the resumption of wi rk.
It is confidently anticipated
hero ihat work will generally
Is- resumed on Momlay next
throughout  the I'ass.
•J. + .J. * + .*. .-. .|.
bridge local No. 074, r.M.W. of A.
This is authentic information given
tlie Herald by one who is in close
touch with the doings in lhe miners'
camp, ami Indicates lhe i.lntnst unanimous decision ol the men here lo
return to work at the earliest opportunity.
So lar as    Lethltrldgo la concerned ' lots  throughout the
the long  continued coal strike    is a probably II.50.
»!• thing of Ihe past. The miners have
•I- shown hy their vole that they wish
•I* to return to work. The operators
.J. have been waiting sinct
•!• for the word from llie
•I* open the mines, antl the citi/ens of
•1* Lolhbrtdgo may rest, secure in the
.-. knowledge that all talk of a eoal
»!• shortage in their midst will soon lie
.J. pasl  histttry.
•I« One of Ilie questions asked most
+ frequently since word ol tile setllc-
•I* menl of the strike has gone forth is:
•!• "What price will we have tn pay
»!• for coal now'" This question may
.J. he very simply answered by the
»!• statement thai the operators have
•1* decided lo charge just enough in ad-
_ val.ee of their old price lo tilts,*! the
advance given to the miners for
mining it. Coal in I.t'lhhridge before Hie strike was (3.60 at the
min.'. The Increase hero is practi
(ally eight per cent. Therefore Hie
increase will likely bcn'oul '.if, cents
per Ion. Coal at the mine then will
l,e lil.H.I, whle delivered in two ton
ly it will     he
Bowling Tournament
Schedule of dames for Winter Season at
Y. M. C. A. Rink
Baker St. South vs. Sharks   Friday     Nov, IT
Ramblers vs. C.P.R. office   Monday  "Z..'.'....Nov. 20
C.P.R. Shops vs. Professionals   Wednesdav    Nov.
Tigers vs. Block 88  Thursday' ..Nov.
linker St. South vs. Ramblers ,  Friday .
sharks vs. C.P.R. shops   Monday
C.P.R. Otlice vs. Tigers  Wednesday
Professionals vs. Block 88    Thursday
South
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KOOTENAY   CENTRAL
BCII.D   SOUTH.
Payments on  liuiltliiigs
Interest on note 	
Cash t,n bantl nntl in hnnk
212.6.05
I .'iu
:ni2.ll
Altec the adoption td th.
report, the nexl order <
was the   adopt ii
"f i
dering the opening of a regular    s
of books, in which to keep record
Ottawa, Nov.  IS.—The Koo-
tonay Central    Railway company wilt apply lo pag lament
lor an  act   autbnrl/.ing    It to
construct a    branch line Irom  *|*
Oalioway southerly in tl.e di- 4* alt   'he linuneial transactions
rrction  ol    the   International *|* association.
Itotindary, also   lor more time +
to   eonstruct     Ihe   aulhori/td   .J.
linra. * 4*
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(0624.00
auditor's
if business
resolution or-
ol   lhe
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Cranbrook's Population
A Mtt»ml tennis bulletin has been
issnori at Ottawa, which rowrs al
H.corporatod eilies. towns anil villages in     Western ('airada    From    it  GREAT
The other business transacted was
tlie appointment ol a delegate t<> at
tend the Kail Fairs' convention \n be
held in Virtoria some time in .January, K. .1. Deane being selected for
tbat purpose.
Schubert Symphony
Quartette
we learn that    tlie population ol tbe
city nl Cranbrook ia placed at 2,365;
Fernie  1,281
Fwt Steele 276
Oolden    932
llosmcr  2,019
Nelsor  I.S63
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Agricultural Association
NTVTKMKNT   OF RECEIPTS AND
KXPEND1TURES DURING
PAST YEAR.
VISUAL    TREAT  FOR
CRANBROOK MUSIC
ERS.
The name of ibe famous Schubert
Symphony quartette Is a nuaranltv
tf a musical entertainment nf tlie
very hiRliest character. Some years
a-<o tin* organization visited t'ranbrook and gave a recital ii. ilu* old
building recently replaced by the
Edison theatre, (be memory ot which
has not even yet been effaced.
The Knights of    Co.UinbUS nre    to
be heartily    congratulated upon their
pluck and enterprise in    inducing tbe
Schubert     organization    to     reviats
\ general meeting nf thr Cranbrook  CranbriKik on the 21 tli, Friday   night
\grieultural association took     place week.       A   full   rapacity bouse may
last cwmiifc at  the   Hotel t'ranbrook   reasonably tn* anticipated.   There are
Ofltmlttee rooms, at which the pun    u,tl   music     lovers   enough in ('ran-
ipal business transacted was the re- iimk to bit     tin*   opera bouse twice
over—that tliey    will lill it once
ceipt of the auditor's report
Owing to tin* late hour at which I the date mentioned is a certainty il
this report was handed to the press, any credence can be put in the fol-
it is impossible to give it in lull lowing extraordinarily flattering
in this issue, but the audited state-' notice taken from one of Oh- Itegina
unfit id receipts and- expenditures is papr-rs of a recent date:
given Mnw in lull, the balance ot thej Seldom is it tbe privilege of a
statement will he published nexl Itegina audience to bear stub tabnt-
week: 'ed artists as    those    who   form the
RECEIPTS AND KXrKNOITI'HKS ,pl.fMmne| „r   the Sel-iibert Svmphoi.y
Receipts. elub.        Last   evening at St. Mary's
Cash lor units 111-80.00 ull loeSchuberts performed to    an
Advts   in prize list      130.00 appreciative audience and   words tail
Membership trrs      122.00 to express the enthusiasm aroused by
11. C  government   2900.00   the    various  numbers    of   an extra
Subscriptions     7*2.00 good bill
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BRITISH     NAVV    STItONO
AM) PREPARED.
London, Nov. 13.—Winston
.Spencer Churchill's first spitch
for the navy, »s lirst lord of
the admiralty at the Lord
Mayor's Ouildhal, hunpnet
last week, stirred his audience. "Tht* navy is strong,"
he declared, "and ready In*-
stoutly to put lorth its
strength." Ile paid a tribute
to Admiral Lord Fisder, o(
Kilvcrstone, who retired as
admiral of the licet this year,
as the greatest naval lord nf
the century.
Mr. Churchill promised a reduction of the present aluior-
mf-J expenditure without coin-
promising national security.
"Il would be affectation," hr
said, "to pretend that llie
sudden and rapid growth ol
the German navy was not lhe
main factor in Great Britain's
vast expenditures."
Ramblers vs. Sharks
C.P.R. Shops is Baker St
Sunday night C.P.R. offiiv vs. Block 88
miners to ro-   1'rofessiunals vs. Tigers 	
Baker St. South vs. C.P. It. Office
Sharks vs. Professionals 	
C.P.R, Shops vs. Tigers	
Mock 8H vs. Ramblers .,.	
C.P.R. Otlice vs   Professionals 	
Baker St. South vs. Tigers
Sharks vs. Block 8« 	
C.P.It. Shops \s. Ramblers 	
Professionals vs.   Baker St   South
Tigers vs. Ramblers	
C.P.R. Office vs. Sharks 	
Block US vs. C.p.B.  Shops  ...
Professionals vs, Itamltlcrs  .
Tigers vs. Sharks 	
Baker St. .South vs. Block 88
C.P.R. Office vs. C.P.R
Sharks vs. Baker St. South ....
C.P.R. Office vs. Ramblers 	
Professionals vs. C.P.R. Shops
Block «K vs. Tigers 	
Ramblers vs. Baker St. South . .
C P.R   shops vs. Sharks 	
Tigers vs. C.P.R. Office	
j Block SS vs. Professionals 	
Sharks vs. Ramblers 	
Baker St. South vs. C.P.R. Shops
Block 88 vs. C.P.R. Office	
Tigers vs. Prcfessionals 	
r.p.R. Office \s   Baker St. South.
Professionals \s. Sharks	
Tigers vs.  C.P.R. Shops
Ramblers vs. Block S8 	
Professionals vs. C P.R. Offices
Tigers vs. Baker St. South
Bloc'-; 88 vs. Sharks 	
Ramb.ers vs. C.P.R. Shops 	
Baker St. South vs   Professionals
Ramblers vs. Tigers	
Sharks vs. C.P.R. OfTu-es 	
C.P.R. Shops vs. Block 88	
Ramblers vs. Pro*fessionals	
Tigers vs. Sharks	
Block 88 vs. Baker St. South .
C.P.R. Shops vs. ep.R. Offices
Friday
Monday ...
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Monday 	
Wi-dnesday
Thursday .
Friday .   ...
Monday
WednvBday
Tliursday
Friday
Monday
Wednesday
Thurwiai
Friday
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Wednesdav
•Shops   Thursday
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Wednesday
Thur-sday .
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Thursday ..
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Fell 15
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The captains ol the eight leant** teams are as foUows:—
Baker St.  South—.fames Miln" Titers —O   E. Barber
Sharks—lohn MrC'alum.
C.P.R. Offices—Vi. E. Cllne.
C.P.It. Shops—P.  Brown.
nira* U -.1   F.   Dayls.
Ramblers-.1- S   Teet
Professionals.—W   K   IHinhaiu
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Scribes in Convention
ANNUAL CONVENTION   OF     AI.
BERTA    AND   EASTERN
B. ('. PRESS ASSOCIATION
Strcalcr, is    one ol the le» soloists:
who has  the perlection that Is    re- j   Tn(, a||nnal „„.„,(„„ ,,, Ule ,.„ss
ijuintl of them to sing really difficult .
mualc.     Her    voice Wended perfectly ,
with    Miss Corder'K in the quarteVte
numbcra and her    playing ol        the
mandolin in   the symphony jjuartette
was intlccd a rare treat-
Miss    W'etheringlon,   the mom Ihru-
ist, is a gold    medalist   from Wood-
row   School ol Elocution, antl upheld
her reputation as one of the linislutl.
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Sale nl hay
.nan nn mortmain* 	
Ilei.i ol .table	
Hate ncript. 	
Rent ol stand.	
Rent ol rrfreiAnicnt booth .
Note, discounted    m.20
l*ss  note,    returned..ISO.60   M5.20J eompoaer. a.   well as Ihat ol the ut
Rcnate nl interest .
L'l.ittiiaifs ol that institution. She is
un artist in the rendition ol her
monologues and was last evening a
particular star among tlie stars that
compose the Schubert company.
The Purcells are graduates ot    the
American Conservatory ol Music ami
Thomas     Purccll   has studied    with
mon men       as   Kuhclik and Kocian.
The company is    composed of artists
nnd all possess Ihc   finesse autl pleasing personality ol really great   inna-
No string    instrument quur
letli'S ever played better music
ftw have pleased as well. II is
lain that should the Schubert*
again visit Rcgina they will la'
coined by a Ihronged house.
Association til Alberta and Easier*
British Columbia took place but
week-end, the meetings being held at
Calgary and Band.
The visiting newspapermen were
royally welcomed and treated by
Iheir Calgary brethren, who sparod
in, pains lo make the conventHm a
memorable one in every respcel
The opening session took place   on
and
ecr-
ever j
wel-
11614.00
Eineaditnre*.
Prirr.  $1251.50
       10.00,
3.15;   Thomas Puree!!, lhe violin vitluoso.
3flfl0.no is an artist ol  rare talents antl ahtl*
4.00 ] tiy. His   Interpretation   of      ihe
1165.65 "Dance ol the    Witches." ly Pagan-1
20.00 Inl, was imlccl a masterful one   and
35.00' the Rhelndall violin   which be    used |
verily spoke   the soul of lhe     great
lc
100 list who so delightfully   rendered the
—' great maaterplecc.
|.ovle Zandl Purccll. the contralto, ha. a magnificent voice nnd sings
tlie average bass perlcctlr,   llir aolo,
New Chief Geographer
.llltana." by Hi
anything   ever
.ludgca expenses 	
Printing, stamps and stationery 	
Labor and clerical help 	
Incidental eipenae. 	
Advertising 	
See'y expenses to Vicloria ...
Inuicst on note tor above ...
See'y salary io Oct. 31st
Insinuate 	
Auditor's lee     MM'.ldfll ol   Moon
I'll) band     ll-OOOJtHrtition.
Payment, oa gniuaa-.     9*41.751   Mia. Raymond,
Kttven,    sur-
hcard In lie
Nila
I passed
132 46'gl,..
183.201 i.cvla I'nrder. in the "Ana of
101.15 vrrdl," showed n itinnrkable volt,'.
156.451 ranging irom F below middle 0 to
IIHI.OO f ,bove high C, Tho pleasing pc
J0fl in. trtisle had to leaporal to an
150.0(1. meore. It was lhe "I.nsl Hose ol
100.IHI| sunaTm*r." anil Uie lawitilul Irish
never hail a      lad ter
S. It Paltt-rson, (nruicrly ol Spok
(ne, has taken ovot the position 11
muiu.gfi til -I. I> Melliitlc's luirdwate
store, miiTenling It I. Browi., who
is leovlng to go into buainoss on hia
a pupil ol     Victor I own acorn I iu Vancouver.
Thursday afternoon li. the Calgary
lK»rd < f trade rooms, where Use
newspapermen were welcomed to the
city it. Mayor Mitchell in an appropriate address.
After hearing the addresses ol the
retiring presith-nt and secretary, ol-
licers for lhe ensuing year were elected as follows:
President.—F .1 Deane, Cranbrook
Herald.
YieH-residents.— M. II. .1,linings.
Edmonton .loiimal. Oeorge (lordon,
Ponoka llcrul,:. A. .1. M. Terrill.
Mt-.li. ino Hal  News
Secrelarv-Trensiirer.—II II. Elton,
l.t'ttiliritlgc
Executive— I     I'arswel, lied IKf'i
News. .1. E.  Pcmla-i. Macleod      Advertiser, .1. II. Wood*, Calgary   Herald. Vi   M   Davidson, Calgary   Altar
Ian;   Vi   A      lltidianan.     l.t'thhridg,'
Herald
CHAL1FOUI1 OETS     ^(lowing    lhe   election ol orncers
came the choice ol nest >«r'. meet-
' iug place, that   honr r tailing to Nel-
I son. B.C., by unanimous vote.
I    Routine business was then      taken
I up. involving    discussion    ol several
tiueslions nl special interest to      the
erait, amonia      tlie most instructive
being  that    on    Publicity Numbers,
I oiiencd by .1   P.. Pember, ol the Macleod Advertiser.
Thursday cvvning the visiting newspapermen were the guests ol their
Calgary conlrcres at a theatre part,
at Ihc Kmplee, lol low id by a very
I'lijoynlilc "Stag Frolic" at Ihe Empire hotel grill room.
Business sessions were renewed on
Friday morning An adjournment
was taken for luncheon at 11 30 p.m
when IU-   newspapeniM. wen. gt**r,a
I,
JOSEPH   E
POSITION HELD IIY LATE
II. E   YOUNO.
Ottawa, Nov. 15.—loseph E. ('ball-
lour has lK*en appointed chlel geographer for Ihe Dominion governmenl. He takes tlie place of tne
late It E. Young This appoint
ment Is a promotion,
ns Mr Chalilntii has lor three years
been assistant geograplicr The salary
attached to this position is 19,	
at a banquet provided by the Calgary
board cf trad., presided ever by President Skinner, Miser Mitcb.ll. Hon
W. Cusbing and General Superintendent Price, ol tbe t'.PR. being among
the prominent Calgarians present on
'.his occasion A brief toast li*t
followed the feast President Skii.-
nvr and Mayor MiUbcl! jiroposing
the health ol tbe visiting sTiltes,
abich was respcnttnl to by the pre
ident eltct. F   J   Dean.-.   The tonal
0 t'.istinguiatied visitors alldtcd hap
py replies Irom Genrral Superintendent Pnie and Hon. W. H   Cushing
Business was resumed ailt-r luncli-
'sm until *. p.in wh.-n to* nwrapap-
cnneii laardtV. a sp,-ctal train lor a
run lo Banff Tbere another short
business session was held prior to
the banouet tendered tlie visitors by
tbe Calgary newspapermen, over
which Mr .1 A Vallquette, of the
Calgary Herald sUfi. praaUed, l»
Brett, of the Sanitarium, bring     one
01 tbe specially invitad gtH-sts, outside tfce ranks , f tbe newapapenn.ii
Tbe banquet was a great suites in
every respect.
The visitors were to have returned
the lollowlng morning to Calgary
Hit owing to the delayed tram Ike]
did nut get away until llatfaooa,
■njoymg several hours siglit-e.*'iiig a',
this picturesque spot
Aa stated above tbe next tonvcntion
ol tlie Alberta and Eastern British
Columbia Press Association will be
held in the clti of Nelson, ami It i*
the Intention of the Nelson news
paprrmen, in to-opcratltn with the
new executive, to make tin- coming
convention a record breaking 00*.
Between lifly and silti representative, ot Ibe Alberta and Saskatchewan press will be prcaenl on that occasion ami their British Columbia
conlrcres intend to make it a me
morable occasion and tne tbat wil
bc profitable to tbe entire East Koo
tenay district.
FOR NEW8CN00L
The board ol scb.ail trust,,-, have
secured block l«. in the southern P"i
Hon ill the city lot school purposes
It is fell tint the n«'d i* gr.-at.-'t in
the southern portion ol the rlly It.r
increased sehia I accoinmodetiim and
early arrangements will be made to
Mat najnlremflat.. TIIK ORANBROOK  UKItALP
This is the way to
teli a really good Suit
or Overcoat.
You get a receipt in every Fit-Reform
Suit and Overcoat, as well as with every
purchase.
Look in the inner pocket.
You'll see the Fit-Reform Wreath.
This is the trademark of Camilla's greatest
high grade tailoring organization.
It's your receipt—your guarantee of value
and satii' i :tion. 4t:
kingdom for seven years and hus to
adjust liiinstl.f to the new conditions
and circumstances.
"That will take time," he rettturk-
i'd. "Ami meanwhile. I must go
north to look after my own neglected
affairs."
mm
McCREERY   BROS.
Earl Grey's Prophecy
CAN VIM DKSTlNRt)   TO \\Y. DOM
INANT   FACTOR IS   THK
UMPIRE.
A special t'niit-s|ii niliiiL ui lb.
London Dally Mail enjoyed tin* privi
lege ol a brief dial witb Earl Clrej
immediately niton his excellency's or
rival in London from Canada, ll<
Uhi.h reports bis Inlcrvlcv wiih tbe
i-.v governor general:
Karl Qrey In always Ibe same |ier-
siiasiit* and oUractlpo personality,
itl'rihir at    governmenl house in 01
spend   mi
ebaiidlsc.
"Canada
manufactures nml merit* well equipped for this
work, Her agricultural colleges are
j practical Institutions, ami experts In
1 every branch of agriculture arc readj
I in give help and advice to the settler
' wherever he may In*. Tbe Canadian
, system of educating llu* farmer
inlghl he adopted with Immense ad-
1 vantage in the United Kingdom.
I "Another educational force is
working workers in tbo remotest
[parts of Hit* Dominions. Every center
uf population bus iis tl.tib, and men
".lu, have n lesson to teach come
I ri un the i (nited S ta tea and else-
tawa, or in London nr Northumber-! whore, sure ol an intelligent aud-
laiwl. After seven years as governor- ■illlC''- These inllufiiccs have not yet
general in tlie Dominion tie arrived made themselves felt, hut they arc
in London very late On Friday night,1 working slowly and surely, ami the
and on   Saturday afternoon 1    found  resiM will be good.
In   South street      "Two otlier reforms have Impressed
•nla of a lou^ voy- ( i
bim   at bis    house
among the impedim
age.
"1 have    come    home  almost     a
stranger,"    bo    exclaimed,  after   n
greeting    Uml mado one forget     tin
distance between Ottawa and London
and tbe    lapse ol   a whole year. "Sol
many Uilngs have happened over Iter:*'
in   Ibc last seven     years tbal  il will j
lake tm*     some time to gel nit   lii-itl   i
nigs.
When Kail Grey talks of Canada In
talks with competing conviction His
enthusiasm hies the imagination and
you hate visions ,,i •* mighty nation
in tin* making*
"Canada will one day be the dominant factor iu tbe llritish empire,
Nt,thing ean stop her, Tin* rest ur-
cos with wbieh nature has endow-ct!
her, tbe vigor and enterprise of her
people, ber greal railways—everything assures a great futuri
"Tliere is one lesse
soon teach us. Hero, as .elsewhere,
the cost of living has increased because the production uf primary necessities has not'kept pace with the
i.eeds and the growth of population
The new government will not be con
tent with extending <he area ol settlement oi**i cultivation. The Indifferent farmer wlm merely scratches tbe
soil is iu>t unknown to Canada. It
bas been demonstrated that the pr
added Earl    Grey.    "The civil
v commission has effected a ner-
1 manent and beneficial change in    the
• civil service.    This   will improve ad
' ministration ami avoid needless    ex-
j pense.    The otlier reform in progress
tin-    union  ol   the   Protestant
I lurches.
"Tlie Boy Scout movement bas tak
I ni   strong  hold in   Canada. Parents
ns well as hoys are keen.      Not long
ago I asked   a caddie   what scouting
taught    him.      The      little   fellow
1 nunred his   shoulders,  drew himself
J tip, ami said:   'It teaches me to    di
whatever   1 can   to mLp everybody.
There is    more religion in that than
I tu a hundred sermons, as I told
I bishop at  Montreal. And to UlUs-
' (rate   this   in     operation*      Deton
I leaving Canada I    presented a medal
to a Scout, who had rescued a    man
1 from drowning,    Otlier people    saw
Cauatla will, the man's danger, but a Hoy     Seoul
came along ami s a veil bim. If I.e bad
I con Jual an ordinary Imv and not    a
Dny Seoul, be, too, would have looked
mt helpless.    But the Scout bad lieen
taught that it was his duty to help,
and he rushed without hesitation    to
the rescue.       Yes,   the   Hoy     Sccut
movement is going to do great things
fiir     the youth of Canada1*
There are many other questions al-
fiTling Canada and tin* empire—ipies-
inee of Ontario could double its crops nous political, industrial and social
without adding au acre to its farms.' — upon which Earl drey has know-
More intense cultivation will henetit Irtlge and opinions nf tbe highest tin-
ewry class. The farmer will profit, pnrtance and interest. But he prefers
the people will pay less for food, j to withhold them for the moment.
ami there will lie more money        to  He has been absent   from the United
THK LADIES OF CRANBROOK
MAY NOW HAVE BEAUTIFUL
HAIR -r THE CRANDROOK
DR1J0 AND 'BOOK CO., LTD.,
HAS THE ARTICLE AND
GUARANTEES IT TO GROW
HAIR, OR REFUND YOUR
MONEY.
The Cranbrook Drug and Book Co.,
LUL, backed up by tbo manufacturers
of SALVIA, the Great Hair Grower,
guarantees it to grow hair.
SALVIA destroys dandruff in ton
days.
The roots of tho hair are so nourished and fed that a new crop of hair
springs up, to the uuiazeinenl, ami delight of the user. Tbe hair is made
soft and fluffy. Like all American
preparations SALVIA is daintily perfumed. It is hard to find an actress
who does not use SALVIA continually.
Ladies of society ami Influcnco uso
no other.
SALVIA is a non-sticky preparation, and is the ladies' favorite. A
large, generous bottle, 50c. The Sco-
bell Drug Co., St. Catharines, Canadian distributors.
TO CURE
COUGHS
& COLDS >*-*►
Matitieu's Syrup
•a   l<at mmm UM, Law«v Ull
nm .inly .top, a cough but cure*
It 11, tunic and reatorative
properrie. enable lhe .y.tem in
permuiantly throw off* cold.
35c for large bottle.
Sold everywhere.
*  t.  M.T*a,MO ro.   Haw.      patarxMcwar*.
MATHIEU'S SYRUP
OF
COD  LIVER   OIL.
DISTRIBUTORS FOR WESTERN CANADA
Foley Bros., Larson & Company, Inc.
Winnipeg, Edmoiilon, Vancouver, Saskatoon
IN    THE   COUNTY     COURT   OF
KAST KOOTENAY HOLDEN
AT OIUNBROOK.
IN THE MATTER OF THE PETITION OF EMMA I.1Y1NU-
STONE UNDER SECTION OA,
OF THE COAL .MINKS ACT
AND AMKNIMSti ACTS,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Ural ilif tttjovo iiu'iititiiifil Einma il.
Livingstone lias lilrtl a petition lo
the judge ol this court, being Hit
County Court of the County in which
tlif land in question is situate, lor n
(leelaraiion that sin- is entitled to receive a lease ol sueli luml under the
Coal Mines Act and Amending Acts,
which said laml is situalv on
llle Flathead River int llie llislriet ol
East Kootenay and is described u*
follows:
Commencing at a post planted al
tlie northeast comer uf the Mrs. K
M. Livingstone claim at or war tlie
south-east corner ol the CaUierine
flood claim, thence suiitli su chains,
thence west 80 chains, thence nmtli
su chains, thence rust no eliains tn
the plaee of commencement, containing 640 acres, mure or les..
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
lhal His Honor Peter Edmund Wilson
Judge ol the said court, by order
dated the mill dav tf November,
lllll, lias ordered Unit any person
having any objection to the prayer
ul said petition being eraiilnl shall
on or before the lOtli day of .limitary, 1912. tile with the Reglstrai ol
suit! Court at Cranbrook, B.C., a notice of such objection and shall al
lhe same time serve a demand '"
writing upon the petitioner or her
Solicitor for a copy of tin* said peti
Hon and the affidavit verifying tin-
same, and shall within eight days
afler tlie service ol saitl petition, tile
and deliver a reply thereto, willi
leave given to all parties lo further
apply.
And the said juilce has liirllur or
dared thai a copy ol saitl petition
ami altidnvit shall be delivered to
any parly on application being made
in writing to the petitioner or her
Solicitor.
And tltc saitl Judge bas further ordered tliat the said petition should
be heard at the Court House, Cranbrook, B.C . nn Hie 12th day of February, 1012, at the hi ur of 10.80
o'clock in lhe forenoon, local time.
Ilatol this llllll day of Noveinlir.
lllll.
This notice was issued by Qcorgc
Herbert Thompson, whose address lot
service is lleid Block, Baker Street,
Cranbrook, B.C., Solicitor (ot the
petitioner, who resides at I'ruti-
brook, B.C..
Approved:—
(1. W, F. f'nrter,
Registrar il the Count;    Court    ol
Easl Kootenay   Iltihicn ai Cranbrook. i'l ■JI
ECZEMA CAN BE CURED
There is no need lot you to luttet
another .lay wllh Um awlul Itch Irom
Kc/cmn, Psollaila, Salt Rheum, or
any olher skin disease, D.D.D. I'rcs
crlplior. lor Ke/ema Itopi the itch
instantly! Yes, llie Instant the lirst
lew drops are applied lo Un skin the
burning Is stopped    —
not       in hall an       hour,
not in 10 minutes, but in 10 seconds:
You car. have no ii'.ea ol the wonderful effect ol D.D.D. unit your sul-
lering is Instantly relieved liv this
wonderful remedy,
with D.D.D. Soap
in perfect condition.
We nre confident   that D.D.D. will
ure any case ol Begems or skin truii
l*tc of any other kind, (let a tral
bottle Irom the D.D.D. Laboratories,
Dept., 0. <). 49 Colbornc St., Toronto, or call and sec us aliout 11. Cranbrook Drug and Book Store.
antl    when used
it keeps the s'.in
For pnins in the side or chest
dampen a piece ol flannel with Chamberlain's Liniment and hind It on
over Ihc seat ol pain. There is
nothing heller. F.r snle by ull
dealers. 44 tl
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.O.L, PRESIDENT
ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager
CAPITAL, - $10,000,000
REST,-   $8,000,000
MONEY ORDERS
The Money Orders of Tlie Canadian Bank of Commerce are a safe,
convenient and economical method of remitting* small sums of money.
They are payable without charge at every branch of a chartered bank in
Canada (except in the Yukon Territory) and in the principal cities of
the United States.
The Orders and full information regarding them may be obtained
on application at the Hank.
In tl o event of loss of a Money Order the Hank will, on receipt of
a satisfactory guarantee, make arrangements to refund the amount of
the lost Order. a«2
tf. r Rrymner, (Manager Cranbrook, B.C.
#* ****** + ,>*****  *-»* + *-*♦ + *##•*#*
THE
COLDSTREAM ESTATE NURSERIES
VERNON, B. C.
FIftve ii very (ino assortment of
Fruit Trees
Ornamental and Shade Trees
and Shrubs
BUDDED STOCK A SPECIALTY
All trees offered tor snle nro grown in our own uiirserii'B on
tho Coldstream Estate
VERNON, B. C.
.mo.
V. D. CURI1Y, General Agent
**************  **************
Imperial Bank o! Canada
HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED  -     $10,000,000.00
I
(JAP11'AL SUBSCRIBED
CAPITAL PAID UP -
RESERVE FUND
$6,000,000.00
5,944,278.00
5,944 27800
li. It. IVILK1E, Praaiilont,
HUN. ROBERT .IA1TUAY. Vii'f.l'tmi.lHll
♦ Accounts   nf   Corporations,   Municipalities,    Merchants ', [
{ Farmers mill Privato Individual:! invited.
J      Drafts and Letters ot Credit issued available in any part ot
♦ Ilif wtirl I.
♦ SAV.INtlS DEPARTMENT— Special   attention *
(given lo Savings Bank Accounts,    Deposits of Sl.nO   antl
upwards receivi tl antl iuterest allowed front date of dei
,'postt.
|   Cranbrook Branch*. H. W. SUPPLE, Mgr.   I
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A  Good   Home;!
is what is dear to every man. A home
is where Peace, Couttort, Contentment,
and Plenty in found. Thai is llie reason
men throughout llrilish Columbia, when
"OrnnbrdbH" ia mentioned think of the
provisions -his Brault has iniule for an
ideal home at the
I Canadian Hotel
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S 33 33   ' EEJSISia.'B'BiaiS
1 The Weather
I Wan s tho Sportsuinn lhal
51 tho lime for Iiiu' gnnio hlllil-
| ing is nl   hand.
No ilnul't some aiii make
,; a catch,
jj'i     I would like to slate thai I &
ii am fully prep
-tl t.,
MOUNT YOUR
SPECIMENS
ta
Q paing  tlm   in* -st   up.to.dnti
I methods, with lho (olid paper ' ;'
1 form. ' i i.
Ml i i
b   WJ.  V.'.  VtlirsUll
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:«     Columbian     »
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4.1.1, irimrntil.eil 1 ullry.  Thut ia, ^
4 latlitaclion iaximrantvetl ineveiy »
' 41 respect.   The -
J Nelson Iron Works;
,g. LIMITCD        a
4J.-H1-  nu   OVOf   iiieri'BfMtitf   flt'ilt.*
_. Wiitc tlu-m for pArticulaii*. —
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I Geo. W. Wiison
TAXIDERMIST
imni Avenue, Cranbrook   .
CANADIAN
Pacific
W Haul
k.'. r.".'. ■; wsa
■israisiaisri
; i The Ad. Tlmt's Worth
I A Dollar to You
III may In' |n this issuo   nntl 11 i3
g seaieli ff one inliiule mny jsj'
s reveal it to you '•
1    (if courso n may be thai *:j
d| there are ails, printed to-day
H lhal are worth a good tunny j<! j
ffl dollars In vou,    llul it ougl I
r.'l  .     1
ial0 ,lt'
Easy To Find
% mind, worth ONE DOLLAR 1
  1
Make the Search
as au  experiment
.■i
ANNUAL
EASTERN CANADA
I "iv lliiltti.l Tlip Hull a til
ONTARIO. QUEBEC.  AND MARITIME PROVINCES
'I leketi tm f»tt>
DKO.lTODKO.BlINOtUHlVB,
Good tn 11*turn vlililn llireo
mon tin,
TlokOll   i**** 11 I'll   iti    niiiinvti'in
with \tlantlo s*t-:iiiifiii|*f will i>e
onsnlotrotn NOV. lOili io DEO.
Bill, mil imv t*. niul Iin in.l lutlve
mnnlhl f n in i1»te if lum*.
Pineal Kq li*mont| Stitmlarl
F Mt OltU nt »l ronrtnl S|oi'|i1hk
Cam, Dining Oara mt nil tli ouuh
tralnt,       	
Compattmpnt— Ltbrarj - Olwtpr-
vntion Oar on "Imjierinl
l.intilMl."
Anply to nanrwt 0.P R. Awn\
fur (nil iiiformalUin, or
9, li. McNBILLie,
Dlatrlet ramnfter Agenti
Ctilgary, Alia.
Dr. de Van's Female Pills
A it-Habit) French regulator; never fails. These
pills are exceedIiikIv powerful in regulating thu
generative portion of the female nyatem. Refuge
nil cheap itiiitatioiin. Dr. de van's nre sold nt
95 a box, or three (or fid, Mailed to nuy nadrcas,
Th-i Seobell Drag Co,. St. •"■tU-trlnet. Out
For Bftlo at Heat 1b, Murphy  &  Co.,
CENTURY RESTAURANT
Oppoaltn (J.I'.R. Slntiiin
THE    PLACE    TO     ORT    A
QUICK MEAL ANI'   .
GOOD MEAL.
ROOMS TO RENT.
lli'«di|iiiirti'rs for all  kinds of
Ropairs
Satisfiiclion Guuriiiitccd
JOE   MARAPODI
Tho Shoe Bueoiullst
Provenzano Bros.
General Merchant*
Employment Agont.
CRANBROOK     ■     B.C.
P.O. MUM PHOMIM.
It yuo want satisfaction witb
your washinc send
it to
MONTANA LAUNDRY
Special prices for lamily work.
THE HUME
Nelson's Leading Hotel
Kinmifl with Until***.   'I'lione in
every room
Burlier Shop on the preminM.
Thoroughly up-tu-ilatt*.
Rates, $2.00 a day and up.
GEO. P. WBLLB. Proprietor
B. TOMKIN, Manager
TheLONDON DIRECTORY
(1*001 '-lim    ANM'Al.l.Y)
Kniilih-f tt'iiliMt* throiighout the world
to commuittcate direct with KngliHb
UANUFAOTURKItH ami DEALKltS
ill i'.hIi iiltmir (if KiKidft.    lli'siilt'!* huin-i
a I'luiiph'ti* commercial ^iiiile to I.mill on  nntl   iit-  tuiimiliii,   the   directory
conttiint) ltnt§ of
EXPORT   MERCHANT8
with the Goodi  theyfhip, and  the
Colonial  ititd   Foreign  MarkctH  they
supply;
STEAMSHIP LINES
annulled umler lhe Porti to which they
••nil, and iti-li Mtimr the npproximnte
BillingBl
PROVINCIAL TRADE NOTICES
of l.'.i'lini; MuntifncturerH, Men-hunt!-,
etc., In the priitcipnl )>roviucial townc
and IndUBtrtfll centres nf the United
Kingdom*
A copy ol the current edition will he
forwarded, freight paid, ou receipt of
PnMnl Order for 20l.
Pealem seeking .-tgeneien can advertise their trade cards for 20s., or largre
advertisements from t'-Os.
The London Directory Co., Ltd.
25 AkhNKb Lur, Loidea. EX.
| East Kootenay
Butcher Co.
HEAT MARKET
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Fresh ami Cured
Meats.
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GIVE   US   A   TKIAI.
East Kootenay
Tht Old P. Wood's
Business.
Hotel Coeur D'Alene
Spokane, Wash.
A NEW AND
MODERN
HOTEL
(EUROPEAN)
A it >l-.,rn ct|iiip|,e.1 Cite tit moil.rate
price,
Kate. 11.00 .ml up per day
Corner ot llua-.nl BI. and Front Ave.
Our bu. meet, all train.
F. M. HACPHERSON
UNDERTAKER
Norbury Ave., next to City llllll
Day Phone 283
Night Phone 850
Dr. Mattel's Female Pills
EIGHTEEN YEARS THE STANDARD
Prescribed and recommended for women's ailments, a scientifically prepared remedy of proven worth. The
result Irom their use is (juirk and
permanent. Ktir snle nt nil drug
stores. :i -loDelfi
WANTED TO Itl'Y.-Srt ut second
liiitnl delivery alelghi.    Mwl b
liootl ciitnlilion
aid 0-tHce,
The Coeur D'Alene Compiny
I'RttraiKTos.
(In with the Crowd lo tlie Inn in**-
\|,|'li Iloi I, Her-1 qiurao* hall in the Auditorium      on
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J. C. Callahan, Mgr.
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Archie Waller'
Builder and
Contractor
]J   St'iilit* Tanks and Concrete
Work t'i'ni'rally a
speoialty. i
]', Estimates   Freely  Given.;
P.O. Box 346
:: Cranbrook, B.C.
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Tha Leading Business College
of llie N.n lliv. I'M
Where young people can reoolvo
a tltofongli bustttesfl training.*^
SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING, BOOKKEEPING
I COMMERCIAL UW, ETC.
Is in session twelve months in
the year.
No entrance examinations.
Hoard nnd room at very reasonable mien.
\Vp secure potelttoiiB for our
mtiuoiile.
Our now beantlfully illustrated
catalogue sent ftee ii|>oii request.
Write for it NOW!
H. C. BLAIR, Principal
l«t & Madison    -     SPOKANE
COMPULSORY REMOVAL
Ol'
CRANBROOK PLUMBING
TINSMITH & HEATING CO.
twenty-five years' practical experience.
Five years inspector uf nuisances,
IMuuilmtK and Sewage Expert du* Swindon—80,000 population.
REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
Kverythiug in Tin and Sheet lion made
to order
(LOWER SYSTEM »D MINE VENN*
UTINC EXPERT
Hot Air Furnaoes,    llol   Water ntui
Steam lliiileia
KSTIMATKS GIVEN
W. F. JOHNSON & SON
Proprietors
You will Iiml tin at our old Btnnd,
EDWARD STREET
PHONE MO P. O, BOX U04
MEN
ONLY
Iin* liirti. 'itni.'iii
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Imvpfnlln.) exprri
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MV FEES ARE KAIK. AMI MV
CVKES ARE PERMANENT
Spermilurrhuca, Oriank Wcsktirtt*.
nul Vigor. VarKiKcK*. H>drncclc. dm
Int led Ditwr-icrs. Specific Hlood INiUos,
Piles sa*}   Strlciirst — restoring all
itttfi ti-il orgiiim tnunritiiil it ltd Itt'itlthy
sotlon in the shortest possible space
uf lime,
VISIT
DR.  KELLKY'S
GREAT MUSEUM
: if nil lliv ftiiina ol DlavaaM ol Mali.
I'tiiiaittttiliiili Hint iii.lrui'tivt' Itnoltlat In-,'
at tiHIii'.ir l,.v mull.
am IIOWAIID BTItRRT
SPOKANE, WASH.
YOU CAN'T HELP BUT
MAKE MONEY
SnllitiK our itiaranttC lo |lv.
l.ll.lutl.* .lock. I'rt't' outfit.
Cti.li weokly. Kxclllslvo lerri-
lory.
YAKIMA VALLEY NUR8ERY CO.
Topi*nialii      •       ■       Wn.li,
miiiimnMnmiM THE   CHANBROOK   HERALD
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The Piece of Meat
We Show You
iH llie one we send home if ynn
order it,    We don't Hiilisti lite
either a lighter1 or Ickh choice
cut after yon leave our market*
\\f sond tlio trimming*-* too,
iinlt'i-H you say not lo. Kxje-
rieuccd ht usekecpfiH know
what these things mean uni
ttitilc horeon necornt of tln-m.
i; P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.
OKANBHOOK
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Fruit, Agricultural, lira/inn and Timber Land*.
Insurance, Stocks and Bonds.
Wholesale Dealers In Lumber.
*  Office: Corner Fenwick Avenue and
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ROYAL BANK OF CANADA
Incorporate!! lstitl
HEAD OFFICE      -     MONTREAL, QUEBEC
Capital Paid Up $6,300,000 Reserve $6,11011,0110
Total Assets, Over $95,000,000
II. S. HOLT, i're.ltlenl      H. L. PEA8E, General Manager
Account, ol Finn., Corporation, and Individual, solicited.
Out-of town liiiainnaa receive, evory uttentiun.
SAVINGS liKI'AliTMKNT-liei't.aiiaiif ,1.10 antl upward.received
ami Interest allowed at current rate.   No lormuliiy or delay in
withdrawing.
A General Banking Business transacted.
Cranbrook Branch : T. II. O'CONNELL, Manager
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WARDNER
(Special correspondence)
(Held over from last week).
Mr. II. E, Lapolnte was in Cran*
brook lasl Thursday on business.
Henry has mado arrangements with
the C.E.P.L. Co. by wh.cn he is to
lake tint logs fnr tlu-m al Kort
Steele this winter.
Mrs. Sloan is visiting lor a lew
days with friends in  InHray.
Mr. Wm. (Jr.'cn, who lias been cooking in one ot the C.N.I'.L. company's logging tamps r.r-nr Galloway,
severed his connection with them this
week am! in company with Mrs.
(ireen ai.d daughter Ethel arrl**fd In
town on Tuesday. Tbey will take
up housekeeping in the house recently occupied by Mi. J. Downey,
phnti grapher.
Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. Milter attended tbc funeral of the Lite Miss
tdilir .Mel.ain lilin mi Saturday last,
which was held in Cranbrook
Miss I.enta Mao  Hnlil entertained n
iiuiiiIht of ber   little friends on Wednesday  afternoon   in honor ol      hei  *t allabl
lifth birthday,    t.eota is q great (av-tnoon
oritc with her jfaymates and they
were all delighted with the afternoon
spent with her.
Mr. J, V. Martin is spending a
few days at his home in town.
Mr. Jeffries, brother of Mrs. Dlatoh-
fnnl, formerly of Wardner, was a
visitor at the home of Mrs. .1. Martin on Saturday of last week.
Mr. St. Jacques spent Sunday with
friends in town.
It is understood that Mr. Murray,
who has been employed at the plan
inp mill tot* some months, has tendered bis (resignation and with Mis.
Murray will leave town shortly.
Won) was received here very earl)
km Tfaursdaj morning that the camp
buildings at No. 8 camp of the C N
IM. Oo, together with all turn
supplies had been burned durtog the
right As the morning wis very
cold ami Storm) the men were ii. a
pitiful condition, Items without cither
food 01 shelter until tlkvir wt*gcn,
which had been sent to tlie store
at VVardnet cJgW  miles distant raih
in  Uh*   morning, arrived with     Uw
necessar)     rffovtstoaa and nil      Uw
tents,    which   was    about
To add to all their UOUWei
and disorder, one of. tlie men, who
was in an intoxicated condition, ritl-
ir.R upon the load, fell off ami Ihr
heavily looaded wagon ran over him.
As ihe wagon had nearly reachi ;i
llie camp be was taken en with the
load and later in the day brough 1
to town, where lie wa« put on a
west bound train and taken to Lhe
St,  Eugene hospital at Cranbrook.
The largo warehouse recently owned by Mr. \\ Kant/, of the King 13d-
ward hotel, is tiring moved this week
ou to Mr. V. Lund's vacant lot on
River street.
Mr. .Ian. Downey, photograplier,
was in tialloway on business last
Saturday and Sunday.
Hoy Anderson, of Hanbury, spenl
the week end with friends in Wanlner.
Mr. Thomas Watson ami wife, who
at one time lived on a ranch near
Wurdi.er, arrived iu town this week
from Florida, where they have been
living for some lime. It seems
hard to slay away from this lively
little burg, almost every one- returns
sooner or later.
Mr. Norman Moore, an uld Wardnei
pioneer, wha has been working* ou
his ranch in Alberta, arrived here on
Tuesday ol this week. Norman has
accepted a position as clerk wiih
Mr. II. K. Lapolnte and will «o to
Kort Steele shortly.
The angel of death visited the
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Mc-
Laughlin early on Friday morning
ami carried away their nlntcen-yeat-
old daughter, Miss Addle E. McLaughlin. Deceased was born ii.
Clifford, .Mich., and with Iht parents
moved to Alberta. She graduated
from the Red Deer high school and
taught for a time at Silw-n Lake,
Alta., where she contracted a heavy
ooM, which developed into that
dreaded disease, consumption. Reing
of a very bright and amiable imposition, she struggled hard to overcome Ihe disease, only to find that
it had tightened its Tangs too firmly
around her. Slie had been confined
to her room for the past few
months. Everything within reach of
humar. hands was done to save her
[ hut without avail, the family moving
here a few months ago hoping that
the mountain air might help. Sin*
bore her   great suffering with a
('hristian fortitude seldom seen, and
people visiting her for tlie purpose of
comforting her, fi uml that tliey instead, left the bedside feeling stronger and better. Sire was Visited during Iht illness by Rev. Stephens, of
St. Andrew's Presbyterian church,
also by Rev. Father John of the
St. Eugene Mission. Tlie funeral
left here on Saturday morning's train
and was met at tlie Cranhrook
depot by Father John, who conducted the. serviecs, the body being
laid to rest in the R- C. cemetery at
Cranbrook.
Tliere is a   reaper   whose name      is
death.
Ami with his sickle keen.
He reaps     the bearded     grain at     a
breath
And the    flower that grows       Ih*-
tween.
A number of the ladies ol the
Presbyterian cong regal ion gathered
on Saturda*. afternoon ai.d decorated
tin* church with fruit and greens
ready for the Thanksgiving service
on Sun-dav evening. The service,
however, had to In* made to fit two
occasions, vli : that < f memorial as
well as thanksgiving, which was
quite difficult. The large church was
almost filled and all were very much
Impressed by the words of com-
(oit and cheer, spoken by our good
pastor, Rev,    Stephens,      Tlte music
j Seam-in-front
fmff stockings
would seem absurd!1
Then why any seam1
You have kepi on wearing 6toekings
with a seam up llie back—shapelesa,   ,
uncomfortable things ! because you pro-   .
balily didn't realize the perfection reached 1
by
Full-Fashioned
Seamless
These ore hose without the sign nfn seam—look for Ihe sign of the
de-mark. As tliey tire lieing knit Hiey ure shaped lastingly i
llie curves of the fool antl leg. Thai)lit— tliey wear better—
1 the titter absence of any scum at all makes them
rei so much more comfortable.    No dilTerence
iu cost—but touch in quality, in economy
I In comfort. 65
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|     PROFESSIONAL CARDS     |
W. F. (IURD,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc*
Money to loan ou favorable terms.
CRANHROOK,BRITISH  COLUUBU
und t
Msktn 0f
Underwear
Sweaters
■od
Hosiery
Mid* by
Penmans Limited
Paris, Canada
very brlghl    ami   appro have charge of the lodging operatic
1 at Wardncr.
in      Mr, A. Sheppard, of .lalTray,     was
| with  his family,    here lust S-.ii.tiri*
was   also
priatc.
Mr. Frank    Cunr.Ingjl.am was
Fernie lasi Wednesday on business
Mr. R. (*. Eaton, B.A., of
Wardner public school, spent
Saturday with friends In Fernie.
Tbe C.P.R, lie camp and mill cli
cd operations for     the season        on
Saturday afternoon "f lash week,
Mrs. Mediums, a few days ago had
the misfortune to fall ou the post
office sieps, receiving injuries which
have since confined her to the house.
About twenty-live men are om
ployed this week clearing tin* ground
on tho lower end ol Blair sfreel for
the new spur, which Is to he built
for the Crows Nest Lumber company.
Policeman Egglcshaw returned from
Fernie on Saturday evening and was
called to Miehtf. on Sunday night to;
assist the police force there lo put
down the disturbances among the
miners.
(Special   correspondence,  Nov.   15th)
last
Mr   Bernard was iu Cranbrool
Monday on business.
Fred Audit t arrived back from
Spokane last Monday after spending
some time there.
Mr. II. I-:. Lapolnte spent Monday
ol this week in Cranhrook witb
friends.
Miss ll. Con/ens was visiting with
Cranbrook friends this week.
Mr. Roy Anderson, of Hanbury,
came up on Sunday to take charge
of the Sunday sehool. Roy deserves
•great praise for the interest I.e has
shown ir. this work.
Mr. George Bain was in Cranbrook
last Friday on business.
Mrs. Stuart, wht has been spend
inei a few weeks with her daughter,
Mrs. \V. B. Kmbree, returned to her
home last Friday in Slocan City.
Mrs. E. R. McDonald ami children,
wife of Mr. E. R. McDonald, . • the
Crows Nest ofllce staff, arrived on
Saturday's train from Scotland.
Mr. and Mrs. McDonald have Liken
up housekeeping on River strict.
Mr- McOoon arrived from Manistee, Mich., last   Saturday. He is   lo
lhe' and Sunday.
lost     The friends of   Mrs. W. B. Kiubtv
j will learn with regret that ahu is at
presenl quite ill.
Rev, Stephens cancelled his ap'
poiiilinent at Jewell's mill on Mon-
da) evening, owing to the severity of
the weather.
P, li. Holmes, superintendent ol
the Koolenay Telephone plant, was
doing business here last Thursday
with tho Crows Nesl Puss Lumber
company.
Mr. Fred Speaker, nf Jaffray, spent
Sunday with his lamiy here.
I     Messrs. (Jibson, Turner and Douglnfi
t,f Toronto,   spent     last    Wednesday
with friends here.
Horn—on Wednesday, November
8th, to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leord, a
son.
Mr. Bradley, of the Cranhrook Jobbers, was doing business here last
Wednesday.
Mr. Schulz, who has been away for
sonic time mi a trip to Madison,
Wisconsin and Chicago, returned on
Monday of this week, accompanied by
Messrs. Pevitt ahd McCoy, bankers.
of Chicago. Mr. D. W. Mead, engineer from Madison, joined the party
ami Ihey went up to Hull River nu
Monday to lork over the power site
there with a view to making a great
many improvements. On returning
they were entertained hy Mr. ant
Mrs. I .tind.
We understand tl.at Mr. Otto Wis
tier, of Crescent Valley, late of Wan:
ner, has been engaged as superintend
er.t of the Crows Nest Lumber company's planing mill, to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Mr.
Murray.
Mr. Eg-glcshaw came in from Michel
on Saturday evening, and returned on
Sunday.
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Not Only the Average M
But Every iMan
THE more particular you arc about
lho lit of your clothes the better will
you like your "Flt-
rlte'' suit. The mosl
enthusiastic admirers
of the " Fit-rite"
brand are men who
have previously worn
custom-made clothes.
and who hove grow n
tired of the tedious
delays and uncertainties attending the
work of even the best of tailors.
" Flt-rlte"   clothes   are  " readu-to-wear"
clothes, tailored.   Everij detail of the making
Is the work of experienced tailors, expert in the
line at which theu work.
The style ideas shown in the "Fit-rite" desinns
are those which will be most In vogue the folio* imi
season, but you have them first.
If you are hard to fit or suit, examine these clothes.
We have your size and we can suit your taste.
Eithw cbII 9l Ik* »■«• or tend ui * port e«nl betting tour n»ir<* «,•.<!
•dfJ/.M. *>*ftS«*'U|i*r tau o copy ft lho Fltrlto S|y1« Fcrec »rt,' <^t*~
l«iolafldi«ktMlo«i.*orUd>iMtcNJrrtlr*rortkoco*a.bi|(Fa:l^i.., Hi. ur.
A. C. PYE
Baker Street      -      -      Craubrook. B. t.
•warn upiyw *
WATER NOTICE.
I, Clement Hungertord Pollen, of
Cranhrook, by occupation a Farmer,
give notice that I intend on the
12th day ol December next, at eleven
o'clock in the forenoon, to apply to
tho Water Commissioner at his office
at Cranbrook lor a license to take
ami use hall ot one cubic foot of
water per second from Ta-Ta
Creek, a tributary of the Kootenay
River.
The water Is to be used on Lot
384; sub-sections 4 and 5, for agricultural purposes, and the point of diversion is about j mile a-hovc the
mouth of  tbe creek.
C.  Iliiiigerfonl  Pollen
Dated this second day of November,
1911. 4l-.1t
NOTICE
N TIIK MATTER OF THE COMPANIES (CONSOLIDATION) ACT
1.108 AND IN THE MATTER OF
THE CENTRAL KOOTENAY
LAND AND DEVELOPMENT
COMPANY LIMITED.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the creditors of the above named
Company arc required on or In-fore
tho 28th day of November next to
send their names and addresses and
particulars of their debts or claims,
and the names and addresses of their
solicitors (if any) to Oeorge Harmt-r
Johnson of 62, New Broad Street,
London,        England, the        lit*,-
uidator of the said
Company, and If so required, by notice* in writing from the said Liquidator, arc personally or hy their solicitors to come in ar.d prove their
said debts or claims at such time and
place as shall lie specified in such
Notice; or in default thcreol they
will bo excluded from the benefit of
any distribution made before such
debts or claims arc proved.
Dated this Rth day of October, 1911.
Cleo. II. Johnson.
Llauldator.
43-61
HOME HOSPITAL
Every care and comfort
A  home from home
Special attention in cases of
Maternity, KhoumatlBm
iiml Pneumonia
Terms  moderate
MRS. E. BENT. Matron.
P.O. it.ii phone 1*78
DRS. KINO & OREEN.
Physicians and Surgeons.
OHIc. at linld.au.,   Armstrong  1,.
OFFICE HOURS :
Fcraiuua, - - - - ,00 to 10.00
Afternoons • • - 2.011 to   4.00
Evening. - - ■ - 7.10 tu   1.30
Sundafs .... a.JO to   4 30
URANBROOK :,     n    ii    „    g. O
DR. F. B. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE!    HOURS:
II to 13 a.m.
1 to  • p.m.
7 to   a p.m.
Offim In now Held Hlmk
URANBROOK -       -       - B  C
BC.  LAND SURVEYORS
McVTITIf:    &    PARKER
Craubrook und Kort Steels
IRRIGATION AND RAILWAY WORK
A SPECIALTY
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* Dd-WilON 4ND PKOVINCUL LAND ',
* SUUVEVOR
T.I N... 143
Cranbrook, B.C.
J. T.   LAIDLAW
MINING  ENGINEER
B.  C.  land  Surveyor
CRANBROOK     ■      B. C.
Ati fir H«Jc;n LITIM WATEI
For family tl.e there I, nothing
ao wholesome anil ao pure a.
HALCYON LITHIA WATER
SOLO AT ALL BARB
ITS BOTTLED AT THE SPWMJS
W. It. ffeattr. Fun.nl Dirwta.
Cnnbnok B. C
Cranbrook Cottage Hospital
"UlEgNlrV   ANO   PRIVATE   MUSINC
Terms on Application.
MKS. A. SALMON.
Phone J.",!i Matron.
P. O. Box 846    Arinatroni! Ave
DENTISTRY
Dr. H. E. Hall, D.D.S.
Crown and Bridge Work
a specially.
Phone Xo. 21K.I     Arinatroni' Ave
Cranbrook, B.C.
J    SOCIETY ANI) CHURCH     I
J DIRECTORY 1
•   »«i>V   HuRular meeting, oo
"4kWm       llie   third   Thur.da,
ol every month.
Visiting brethren welcomed.
A. 0. Shankland, W.M.
E. W. Connolly, Secretary.
Cbesckst Lodgb No, S3
KNIGHTS   of   PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, li. C.
Meet,   every    Tuesday «t B p.m. at
Fraternity Hall.
T. Cl. Jones, C, (.'.
J. M, Boyes.K. cl I!   N. S.
Visiting brethren   cordlnlly mvlt«d
to attend.
DE VERE  HUNT
INSURANCE ASH IIKAI. ESTATE
AGENT
Van  Home Street    (oppoaite   Depot*
FRANK DEZALL
Citnifr! n full stock of
DEERING MOWERS AND
RAKES
and
MCCORMICK M0WER8
Repair.*, for nliove always
in stock
ASSAYER
E. W. WIDDOWSON, ASSAYER
AND CHEMIST.-C'hargc.: Gold,
silver, copper and lead, 11 each;
gnld-sllver, (I 50; silver-lead, 11.50;
gold-silver, with copper or lead,
12.50; lino, 12; sllver-lead-iinc, S3.
Prices tor other metal, oa application. P. O. Rot CD., UM, Nel-
•on, II  C. H tl
PYTHIAN   SISTERS
FIDELITY TEMPLE NO. II.
Meet. In   Fraternity Hall Kurt and
Third Friday,.
T   Fraser, E   C,
M. MacKinnon, M. U. and (.'.
Visiting sisters cordially in.ited.
l.O.O.F., KEY CITY LODOE, No. 41
Meet, every Monday
night at Now Fraternity Hall. Sojourning Oddfellou. cordially luvltod.
I. A. Fcrgimon «. M   Harris.
•*>'   O- See'y.
DURHAM ENCAMPMENT NO. li.
1 1) OF
Meets lirst and    third Wednesday.
in each month.
A   cordial reception aitcnoad      io
visiting btothirs.
0u*lc«ra July lst to December 31st.
0. l'.-II. Clayton.
Scrlbo-W. M. Harris.
MAPLE LEAF REBEKAH  LODOE
No. 1».
Meet, erery .ccond aad   fourth IM-
neaday at Fraternity Hall.
Sojourning    Itebeluh.   cordially in-
IM.
Miss Ada Hicktnbotham.N.l..
Mis. M. Hickeubotbaui. Sec.
ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS
COURT CRANBROOK, S943
Meet, in Carmen's Hall Second and
Fourth Thursdav ol each month at I
P rn. sharp.
Wm. Andersoti, t'biel Ranger.
L. Dent. Secretarv.
Vl.tting brethren made welcoma.
INDEPENDENT    ORDER OF FORESTERS.
Meet, in Carmen'. Hall first    aad
third   Thursday of  each month    at
8 p.m. sharp-
Mrs   Lulu Hayward,   Rec. Sec.
IV. B. McFarlane, Chief Hanger.
Visiting brethren  made  welcome.
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: Presbyterian Church i:
STATED SERVICES
Sunday morning aervict at 11
o'clock
Sunday   evenlnj     service   at
7.30 o'clock
Sunday      School   anj     Bible
'■Us, at 3 o'clock
Presbyterian    Guild, Tuesday,
at 0 o'clock
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Baptist Cburcb
Paator, II. S. Speller.
Parsonage, Norbury Avenue.
'Phone, JI4.      P. O. Boi UT.
Regular Services—Sunday, 11
a.m. and 7.30 p.m.; Bible
School with Young Udiea'
Phllethea and Young Men*.
Bible Cla,., 8 p.m. .
Hoaday,   Young Paopla.',    I ] '
p.m. *
W«lne*d.y. Mld-Week Meeting,
A cordial Cbriatlan welcome
to all.
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FAKMERS' INSIITUTI.:
Hroiiilfiit : T. b, UUL
SsscrtBtaty: >. Macuo.mi u
Kor infiirniHtiou tr$t*T,l\u)t IhihIi ,
ami   tgriooltort   •»|*|,lj'    to  ti<e <
» Kecretiry, Cmnbrook, if. C.
.Me«ting —
Kvcrv *'t*»-(tiiiJ WftdaMdlff
OVER 68 VEARr
EXPERIENCE
Tradc Marks
Demoni
GofvniCaHTS Ac.
ftnnM'mtflflf ■•kMril nr.rt flMBrtl tl"n fn»F
•.iil.'klt woriAiii {.<»t ..|._iiii'_.n *"■«• wi.i
lllU't II,.11   l» [if I'l.l'lf t'lll-t '.'li'r*      i    'ttlRllll.lrv
llnni ■trlrilrr.,ilii,-fiitti*»]. HANOBOiiK on l'-*t«*r.U
Mnt fr»m OMmi ftH-'rirT t,r *e*-*mna ii*A*t,tn.
frdernU tatci tlii*"Ufli Itui.ti  t i j. itot'Tt
fttUtrnOct, ■t'hi.m.i.l.nr./r, In tht
Scientific flmericaii.
A  h»M»nir»lT lllnetrtl**! w**klT
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THE OKANBKOOK HBRALD
ORANBROOK HERALD
By Ihe Herald   Publishing Company,
K. J. Deane, Managing Editor.
C84NBK00K, B. C. November 16.1911
EDITORIAL NOTES
Quite lhe most satisfactory intelli-
genou contained In this issue ol the,
Herald is the announcement of the
virtual cessation of tho labor troubles
in the Crows Nest coat fields. Whilst
absolutely definite results o! tho
referendum arc still lacking, sultlclcr.t
is known in make it perfectly clear
tliat work will be resumed generally
by Monday iK'xt. This is extremely
satisfactory. The long strike has
disorganized buslnoss to n wry greal
extent (ftroughewt Hit* Pass, moreover it has Inflicted very ronsldcralilo
hardship upon n large number of
people only quite Indirectly connected
with the coal mining Industry, in
addition lo tbc severe sultcrlng entailed upon the families of Ure
strikirvg miners. So far as can lit*
learned at present, the settlement
promises to bt* of a rrasor.alily permanent character, so tbat wc may
fairly antclpatc an early return to
tlw prosperous times tliat precoded
lhe cessation of work,
Doubtless the census returns ot tbe
population of Ihis fair city will not
give entire satisfaction, at lhe same
lirm- ii musi. U* rcincmtwrcd
thai these Inures, 2,305*, have
reference solely to the population
within tin* existing city limits, and
tlo not include residents in Slater
vllle and other adjacent territory.
The small total credited to Ferule
city is, we understand, the summary
of only one of three or four enmncr-
utors' returns, the others nol bavinj
as yel Ixt-n finally revised al <>t
l a ws.
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CHURCH  COLUMN
CATHOLIC CHURCH.
Sundays—Low mass at K .111 a tn..
high mass, 10.30 a.tr..; Sunday school
Irom % to 3 p.m.; Hosary and Benediction at 7.30 p.m.
Mondays and holy days of obligation—Mass at 8 a.m.
Week days—Mass at 0 a.m. at the
hospital.
Father Plamondon,
Parish Priest
 »-
BAPTIST l-UURCH.
Services 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.
Morning subject. "Leadership."
Evening subject: "A Wight ous
Judgment.1'
Bible school at ■'! p.m witb I'liilt-
thea ami Baraea Itihlt* classes.
Towirropics
Leave your orders with us
for Winter Vegetables. Our
stock was grown on high land
and we'll guarantee them to
keep until this time next year,
and our prices cannot be equalled as we generally buy direct
from the grower and our customers get the benefit of the
middleman's profit. East Kootenay Produce and Provision
House.
A.  E.  Watts     was In from Wat I a-
lims un Tuesday tn attend u meeting
nl Uie Im'al Conservative assoolatloi
Mr  Walls, speaking in rclercneo    t
Un' press announcements regarding a
lloged application    nn the    part t
i he H.    ('. lumbermen lor nddltlonal
luriit restrictions mi Hie Importation
,1 IT,   S, I. her, said llial lira  only
application   made was for Uw proper
ntoroomcnl    of llir regulations kov-
eir.lng rough lumber,    Heretofore the
s. lumbermen Imvi' boen everting
Uii'si' regulations   tc lliv serious loss
I ll    I', lumbermen and tin*   latter
have asked    lor a strict enforcement
I Uie    regulations ami have secured
promise  of    Immediate Investigation
i iin- cause of complaint,
Electric Restorer for Men
rnuapnunu. ,„ ||a pI0>|r „„,„„. „,„„„
vim anil vitality. Prematura decay and all sexual
weakness averted at .nee. Phoapboaol will
make you a new maa. Prlc. JS . box. o, two lor
|t.   Mailed to any add™..  fh.lMMUD.af
Co.. at. casbarin.,, Oa.,
Kor sale at Hcattle-Miirphy Co., Ltd.
"I am pleased to recommend t'hani-
lierlain's Cough Remedy as the best
tiling I know 11 and safes-t remedy
fnr coughs, colds and bronchia!
trouble," writes Mrs. 1.. 11. Arnold,
ul Denver, Colo. "Wc have used it
repeatedly ai.d it has never failed to
Kor sale liv all deal-
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give relict.'
CIS.
A   very
was given
pleasant niter n parly
n Saturday last by Mrs.
\. C. llalnii'iil and Mrs. C. 0. Main
at the hitler's home iu honor oi
Miss l.fxic Mi'Kai'licrn, who is soon
lo leave Cranbrook Some thirty or
i.rlv of her friends were present
< .ii), contributing to ihc shower ol
jilts whicli tcsiiliisl lo Iheir high
ipprcciation "I Hie guest of honor
Hie linn- was pleasantly passed m
nuking sachet sacks, Miss A. (lill
receiving the pri/,' for tlw most ar-
listlc. ice cream and other refreshments were served, and the gilts
were opened, alter which Miss Mc-
Kacliern thanked her friends lor Iheir
tokens of regard.
A WONDKKKUI, CASK
Three Months in   Hospital ami Came
Out Uacurcd.
/.am-Buk Cured   Him in Few Weeks.
Mr. Fred Mason, the well-known upholsterer and mattress manufacturer
of HI. Andrews, N.B., says:
"I had eczema on my knee, whl.'h
caused me terrible pain and Incon
lenience. The sore parts would itch
and burn and tingle, und then when
cubbed or scratched, would become
very painful. When the knee got
warm, il burned worse, and the
Itching uml burning ant! smarting
were almost unbearable. 1 tried various remedies, but got no better, so I
deolded to go to Montreal and take
special treatment. I received treatment nt lhe Montreal General llospi-
lul lor thirteen weeks, but at the
end ol thai time I was not curci!,
antl almost gave tn. A friend n.lvis-
•d me    to give Zam-Buk a trial.
"Almost as soon ns applied Zam-
lluk stopped lira itching and lhe Irritation. I persevered with the
balm, and it was soon evident that
it would do me goml. Koch day the
pain was reduced, Hie sore spots be-
gan in heal, and by the time I bid
used a lew boxes of Zam-Buk I was
unite cured.
"Since then Zam-Buk has cured
blood-poison in my finger, and at a
lime when my linger was in such a
terrible condition that 1 [eared it
«iiniii have to bc amputated."
For eczema, blood-poisoning, pies,
ulcers, sores, abscesses, varicose
ulcers, bad leg, cold sores, chapped
bands, cuts, burns, bruises and nil
skill injuries and diseases, Zam-Buk
is without equal.
50c. bos all druggists and stores or
liost free from Zam-lluk Co., Toronto, for price.    Refuse imitations.
will
METHODIST CHURCH.
Rev. w. Klson Dunham, pastor
Sunday services:   Tin* pastor
preach at   11 a.m. und 7..'Ill p.m.
Morning siilfecl: "The Philosophy
of Service."
Cvening subject: "The idlest lol
Wisdom."
The usual live minute object sermon
will be delivered at tlu- morning ser
vice, subject: "I'eails."
At    tla* evening service the
will render special music.
All ure   cordially invited l>
ulm.e services.
choir
Hi
CURLING
Tin* unexpected cold snap hus
brought |i«v to U.e hearts nf local
curler*, who art* maktnn the most ol
the Ice while it  lasts.
Tht'    iiulu.i*. rink   is in Ktrtr-tl shape
and the entluisiiiists have already
joyed several fcnod games.
This evening it is expected hat
Iwo local rinks will go down to Kit
iiu* to show Ihe coal diggers liou
to skip
Then" Is little danger from a cold
or fiom an attack of the grip ex
ee|it when followed hy pneumonia.
ami this never happens when Chamberlain's Cough Itemed*.' is used.
This remedy has won IIr great re*
put ation and eitfiUtTe salt) hy its
remarkable cures of OOldl and grip
an'', can be relied apt n wllh implicit confidence. Kor sale by all
dealers 44-tl
; Chapman's Agency
Repair Department
All Klris al Furniture Repaired
Upbtiitcriai, Maltreti Makltf.
Now li lhe time lo have year work \
* doie, kefort the raid btfin*.
[Chapman's Agency
Narkary Aveint, Near Ike Aulllnrlam
Keiuemher tlie
ium.
place, Tin*  Auditor
S
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S
Tho Men's club, particulars ot
vhii'li appeared in these columns
some tine ago, is now an assured in.
itaking, tlie necessary fiuunciul arrangements having been satisfactorily
Completed, Tie erection of the
gymnasium will be proceeded with
at once. Owing to the recent severe
frost, whicli may prevent immediate
sewerage connection, it is possible
Dial the installation of tht* swimming
pool may In- deferred until Untiring. The executive committee
are now busily engaged in arranging
for the necessary gymnastic apparatus and also in preparing a list ol
magazines, newspapers, etc.. to in*
provided for the reading room.
FOR RENT.—Urge well furnished
iiniii in modern furnace-iieuted house
ui linker Hill. Apply Mrs l>. Y
McKay, telephone 374. l«-t(
WANTKI).—A stconil luiiitl sleigh or
enl ter. Most be cheap. So long as
iln* runners and shafts are strong and
iu good order it does not matter
how dilapidated the trimmings may,
be, also a set of second hand harness
for pony, cheap. Apply I*:.II., care
ibc Herald. 4li-tt
Music,     junior   pupils
Apply IB Hurwcll Ave.
for
piano
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Campbell and Mahiiing's big Imild-
iui'i on Hanson avenue is lieing ptisbcd
forward as rapidly as possible. Tin*
bricklayers are r.oW at work on lhe
brick veneer,    When completed    the
basement of the building will be
Utilized as t bowling alley. There
will be -iwo large stores on the
ground door, witb forty feet frontage
i-ach. One or either ol these stores
will l»e for rent, the rear ot tht
building iK-iiig reserved f<» wan-linns,
pin poses by Messrs. ('am|>l*eli unit
Maiming. On the second dot r tlien-
will lie seventeen Imi rouins, titled
with Imt and cold water, handsoniih
finished throughout, which have been
secured by Hie Hotel Cranhrook,
as an anitex, (lending Um* erection ot
(lie add Minn lu the hotel, promised
fi r next spring. The building is being fitted ihiongliont In a thoroughly
moderi. and up-to-date style ami will
represent an investment of upwards
of     twenty     thousand    dollars when
completed.
tcrests. Alter all, tire average citi-
;'ii is far more concerned about the
affairs of his own home city than
about the affairs ot the world. No
matter how much lie may read about
foreign affairs, about general politics, if lie (ails to know what liis own
borne government is going to do
about his taxes, if he fails to know
what kind of schools ar.d streets arc
being provided for him, if he is Ignorant oi Uie activities ot the societies
and churches conducted close by him,
lit* is a pretty poor sort ot citizen.
I'o the housewife, the home paper ii
absolutely essential,1 because it ccr,*
,eys the most important business
news, the offerings ol the home merchants. Tlie Herald is the Homi
I»nper—see the point.
In this city on Sunday, November
li!, William .lohn Kayment, was mar
ried to Alice Alicia Willoughty. Both
bride and groom arc well known in
Nelson, having been residents there
fir some little time. The honey
moon will he spent on an extended
tour of Europe and South Africa, in
which latter country a brother til (he
grtt-om has a large tobacco planta
tion. Mr. and Mrs. Kayment ex
tiect to be away live mtmUis.
WANTED.—Second hand set ol
Democrat harness. Must he strong.
Apply Box 2, Herald office.       45-tt1
1 want to purchase timber for
cordwood. Apply P. O. Drawer H.
city. «-3t'
FOR SAI.K.—Having bought larger
wall cases I will dispose of my pre
sent solid cherry wall casurs at I
snap.—W. ll. Wilson, Jeweler,        46
RootM for rent, two friends, board
11     desired.       Apply     Iti     Hurwcll
Remcmtt-r-r the
Fair.
name, The  World':
WANTRD.-A    cook.
Mrs   F. W. Oreen, city.
APity    to
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The home paper hns become so essential a pnrt tf the reading of every
well-informed family, that \here nre
tew people nowadays who sacrifice
llieir own local newspaper iu order
get a metropolitan sheet. A iqrtmt
many families feci Imth lo In- necessary, but it one hns to choose, there
today few* who would pick the
distant -ouii.al in preference to the
i lo-.,' to llun more Intimate in
Full and Complete Stock
Also
Hockey Sticks, Pucks and
Straps
P. Parks & Co.
Hardware, Stoves, House
Furnishing Goods
CRANBROOK, B. C.
It is found thai the presence in food
of bran—the outer coverings ol the
wheat grain—may be advantageojs
under special circumstances; but that
in general it is an undcsirahlc element in bread. Not only is the .nan
Itself Indigestible, but it interferes
with tbo digestion of other nuir.v.il
factors in the food. For example
in one set ot experiments it ap
uearcd that when m|k was taken
with    whole-wheat bread three    per
ut less of the milk was digested
thai, when it was taken alone, or
. ith white bread.
Tlie most Important point, how-
vcr, is not the manner in which
Ibc Hour ts manufactured, but the
character nf the wheat. That Is,
Ifteec is more difference between roller mill, or stone-mill, flours Tom
linVrent kinds of wheat, than there is
between the two different preparations from the same grain. 11 Is at
tlh* same time in the direction
producing improved strains ot wheat
tbat tlie most progress has been
made in recent years.
Advocates of the virtues ot bnn
a food often   recommend the mlxir.g
f a small uuantity of whole-wheat
Hour with the white (lour, in order
to increase the percentage of mineral
matter. The gain in salts to bc obtained in this manner is.howwer, st
slight, that a growing child, would
have to eat an excessive quantity ot
bread to derive any appreciable Vnc-
lit from this method. With the
mixed diet that is all but universal
in civilized countries, we may well
depend upon other parts of tlu* ration
to supply tlie additional mineral
matter required by a growing child.
Contrary to very common belief,
this report declares that the different
edicts upon the teeth produced by
different kinds ,,f bread, are altogether negligible. Tlu* possibility for
standardizing flour Is considered to
be very slight at the present time,
especially on account of Hm* different
kinds of wheat used in millit-g. Still,
the differences between the various
Kinds of wheat flour on the market
are not ol serious Importance.
That whole-wheat flours may contain substances of value-^uite apart
Irom their influent v upon digestion-
is believed by tbe committee to le a
lossibility worth considering; and
ihey recommend scientific investigation upon this point as well as upon
several othei problems that arose in
(he course of Ihe inquiry.
The Food Value of
Although mankind has made use of
bread in some form or other (or several thousand years, there still
mains much unknown about the fond
value and about tla* relation to digestion ol this universal staff ot lite. An
English Study of the subject has just
been completed, i>> a committee of
lis* loeal goveri.mcnt boanl. This
committee made use ot much tf tlie
work done by experts ot the I • S
department of agriculture.
The old controversy Intwecn the
advocates ot roller-mill flour and thi
tie tenders of stone-mill flour need
never again be revived, in view ol
the results obtained by a seientiflc
analysis ot meats productd by the
two processes. Not only do the rot
lei-null flours show a larger pclcent-
age of available nutrients, but the
best, grades ol wheat—the so-called
"hard wheats"—cannot be utilized at
all in the old -fashioned stone mill
and the flours having the best "baking qualities" are produced by the
rtdler mills. Koller-mill flours an
also the whitest flours, which up
peals to many on the esthetic side.
Notwithstanding toe enthusiasm ol
many apostles of whole-wheat breitl,
the findings ol the commission -nil
itdi Ihem   til some of tdrli ronv-rt* 'hours  m    a    closed    vessel,   after
RDIDLR HIKDS' NESTS,
Tin- {initialed are apt to think ot
birds' nest soup as a most disgusting slew tif twigs, fealliers and what
not As a matter ol fact, the nest
ustil by the t hmese is ,* very deli
tali*. Setnl-l raiisparetit, gelatinous
substance, built by the swallow-Uke
t.inls known as the Salangane. Tne
nests are found in the Islands
ubttut Stum anil (lie Malay Archi
pelago, and the harvest in tbe year
I'to'i was is,mm pounds, valued al
over 1100,000, It used to be thought
lhal the nest was formed of inspis-
sattd saliva secreted by tbc highly
ilf-clope-d glands nf tlu* bird. Now
it is known that the nest is made
of a species of alga, gathered by the
I ml The season Inr harvesting the
Rests lasts from April until September It takes three months to
build the first nest, and just belore
the eggs are laid tie neat Is stolen
by the collector. The bird immediately sets about the building ol a
second nest, taking thirty days for
the work. This is also stolen he-
fore the eggs are laid. Tbe third
nest, however, is unmolested and the
birds are permitted to raise their
young, after which tho nest Is taken
ami sold. The nests are built In
most inaccessible spots, among lhe
cliffs along ibe coast, and the
natives musi risk their lives to
reach tbem. In preparing birds
nest soup ihe nest is washed in cold
water ami    then cooked for      eight
CALGARY!
SOUTH-EAST
iCALGARY
LOOK AT THE LOCATION OF THE
HYDE PARK EXTENSION
AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELF
Hyde
Park
Extension
Hyde
Park
Extension
Inside Lots, $200.00.     Corners $225.00
JOSEPH RYAN
Raworth Block
Cranbrook, B. C.
Xmas and Autograph
Stationery
We Imve just opene! up an exclusive line ol Xmas
niul AntoKraph Stationery made Iiy Itaplmel Tuck
.v. Co. anil lOaton. Crane <V Co. There is nothing
else quite a* neat in design.
It will pay yon well to look over onr stoek.
Select your Xmas Gifts Now and
Have Them Laid Aside For You
Don't lose sight of the fait thai our slore is
never without a Graduate Chemist nt your service
and none but tiraduatcs anil <|ii.*.liti.*>l Chemists dis-
pause your receipts and prescript ions at our store.
Bring your prescriptions lo us. We ni ver iniiko
mistakes.
Cranbrook Drug & Book Co., Ltd.
P.S.—We an' always at your sorvice.
which it is mixed with chicken
broth, seasoned and boiled (or
quarter of an hour. This dish
considered a great delicacy amoni;
the Chinese, and Occidentals win
have tried the soup lind it very palatable and much resembling chicken
soup.
I
POLITICS ANI) ADVERTISING.
Hon. Norman K. Mack, chairman id
llie Democratic national committee,
is a practical mar. with practical
views, and does not hesitate to express himself concerning what is, in
his opinion, the best means (or presenting the claims ol any parly to
tlie lavor of the voters. At a. recent
meeting of tlie Sphinx club, au association ot advertising men in New-
York, Mr. Mack declared tla* newspaper the best reliance of tlie political manager.
"I ean tell yi u," said the nutiouti.
committeeman, "that tlie only way
to promote a campaign nowadays is
to advertise in the newspapers I
would spend lilt*, per cent of all
the campaign funds for newspaper advertising." Such comment Irom one
M admit ably qiialilietl to v.iu- an
opinion on such a subject shoultl In-
pretty nearly ctmclusive.
An a matter of fact, It goct almost
without saving that now, iu tin*
promotion of anythir.g, from polities
lo religion or tbe sale of whatever
the publie may want or have an in
teres! in, Ihe newspaper Is the one
surpassing force It Is such a force
l-ivause It has limine so intimate
a part of everyday life and Is so
steadily increasing its area of daily
influence. It is disseminated everywhere and now readies classes l|
people who, twenty years ago, ac-
oulrrd their views only Irom the expressions ol others. Now they read
and think for themselves, however
weakly It may be. The newspapers
are very nearly "running things."
For pains tn the side or chest
dampen a piece of flannel with Cham
berlaln's Liniment and hind tt on
over the seat of pain. There is
nothing better. Fcr sale by all
dealers. 44-tl
WANTED TO BI'Y.-Set ot second
hand delivery sleighs. Must be In
good condition. Apply Bos 1, Herald ofllce. 4S-IP
Oo with the crowd to tbe hlg masquerade ball In the Auditorium on
Thursday, thf 23rd
Time is Money
Have time by learning to write
|SHORTHAND
Speedy tuition by a practical
and experienced teacher.
Particular? on application lo
A. T.  ItOHKUTS, P.O. Box 258
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICE,
NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVEN
I Im t thirty days after date 1 intend
to aptly to tho Chlel Commissioner
of Lands and to the Assistant Commissioner of Lands for tin* District
of Kast Kootenay for a license to
prospect for eoal and petroleum ou
the following described lands, located on the North Fork of Michel
Creek, twelve miles north of the
Crows Nest Pass Branch of the Canadian Pacific Railway:
Commencing at a post ilatited at
the northeast corner of Lot lil in,
thence fn chains south, thence sn
chains east,   thei.ee SO   chains north,
thence 80 chains west to place
beginning, containing about
acres.
A. llopson, Locator,
J, I. Thomas, Agent.
Located Oct, 2nd, 1911. 1
of
i;lit
MYSELF AND ME.
Cm tbc liest pal that I ever had,
I like to be with me;
1 like to sit and tell myself
Things confidentially.
I often sit and ask me
If I shouldn't or 1 should,
Am! I find that my advice tn mc
Is always pretty good.
I never got acquainted with
Myself til here of late;
And I find myself a bully chum,
I treat mc simply great.
1 talk wilb me ami walk with me.
And show me right and wrong;
I never knew how well myself
And I could get iloiig.
I never try to elit-nt me,
I'm us trustful as can he
No matter what may come, or go,
I'm mi the miuare with me.
|   HORSES AND   !
CATTLE
I nm prepared to feed
a limited nuuibcr of
horses anil cattle for tlie
winter mon His.
For particulars apply
II. H. McCLUk'E
P.O. Itos is
ORANBROOK  B.O.
Ir
kno
vniir*i.'ll,   anil
ll's Rrrai
Imvi*
A pul Hint's all your, own;
'I',, 1m> siii-Ii ruiiiiuuiy for yourself,
You're ncvi-r It'll alntrc.
You'll try lo iltalKO ttir masses,
Ami you'll (lint the crowds a j"h*'.
II ynu "nl, treat y.'iirs,'ll as well
Am you I real oilier folk.
I've made a study of myself,
Compared with me the lot,
Ami Pre finally concluded
I'm the li«l Iriiixl I've got.
•Ii.sl got togi'llicr wilh yi uracil
Ami trust yourself wilh you,
And I've Anally concluded
yoiirst'll
Will like ymi 11 ynu do.
—fleorRe foliate
A SNAP.—For immediate sale, a
portable sawmill complete. Sec mc If
you h*ve nay uw lor this. 'Phone
318.-1-:. II. Stwck-Tto*. IS II*
THK SKASON'S FlttSTGIlAND
MASQUE  BALL!
AtlhoAUDlTORlUMTHRATRK ,
Oil
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23110
D.NCIhC >r 9.30.   CUMD MAIICH AND .
AWARDING OF PHI.IS, 11.30
TOUR ililAXH I'RI'/.KS
(lold B.nglo lor Deal l.n.ly'a
l-'nury Costumo, value.—   fii.i'ii *
Fancy Bwealer for feat
lloul'fl Fancy Costume.    0,00 ]
Fancy Clock (or Ileal l.iulj'a
Comic Costume      0.00 *
Cnff l.inkauii'l Tin fot 1)0.1
Hani'sCt.mi'Costume      nun ',
MIDMCH!   LUNCHION   StRVIIl  0,   IHI ,
CRANBROOK CRIll
COSTIJMKH IIY MAHAMK
MAI.I.AII.UI   WINNII'I.II
1-,'lect ion can  I',*  mado from
Catalogue i,t  theatre nu, ti	
prior In Nor. Mil, '
INVITATIONS, whlel ill lie
proaenlcd ni His door, um bo
nl.mi I ui iin< Iloi OfBco.
ADMISSION FOR OANCINC,
l.udlo.troo,
!
Having purchased tlm 4
REGISTERED HOLSTEIN BULL    |
TIDY K.'S KING
(771«>
n ill lorve a limito.1 numbor
of cows
FF.E
1' Non-Reglaleretl Cows - 15.00 ♦
[ IteglilorMl Cows • • 110.011 X
|   Fee. payable at tlm* ol service  ♦
Proprietor  X
Oranbrook,        X
ton liiinirii ii.nv X
ne charged lllll. Z
Will     *
J. TAYLOR, Proprietor
,        II. C. Dairy, Oranbrook,
N.B.—Anv peiBoi,
ala,rl,',l cow will b
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I Were Running Strong
We are the only Drug Store in the interior of
B.C. that employs exclusive Prescription
Clerks.
Every proscription dispensed by us is filled by a
ipiiilifietl, competent druggist. Nn ainuteiirs are
allowed to experiment on your health.
Mr. Frank Murphy, Phm.B., lias exclusive charge
of lliis depnrtini'iit. Von Imve known him and his
work for tlie past ton yours. Knougli suit!. He is
assisted bv Mr. A, P, Noble, a monitor of the I'hur-
tiiaeoutieai Society of Great Britain.
Good Drugs and Good Dispensing
arc no! onouK.ll, Yon must have the It.-M. quality of
service. Vou can only got it here Wo are always ut
your service day or lllglll, personally, by'phone, or
by mail.
Anil don't forgot WO like to serve Hie children jusl
as we do tltc parents.
If you are sick, consult your doctor, niul wc will do
(be rest,
110,000 prescriptions speak fnr Ihemselvis.
We are the Prescription Druggists
<■  !
Christmas is Almost Here
mu) wo nro very busy unpacking ami placing the .meat
stock that enn In* Eon ml uny place.
Vou will note tho absence of rlinip slioiMy imilH-
tion Roods,
Cull nml sot- us any time
The Beattie-Murphy Co., Limited
The 3§*aML Store
WHERE   IT   PAYS   TO   DEAL
Cranbrook - - - B. C.
I     When     \
You Read Our
Ads.
We want yon to lake litem
literally. Believe just what ihey
tell you, dlecouut nothing.
Ap we would talk if you were
ln*!i*,*'i we talk to vou iu the
paper.    To do anything elte we
WoilUI l>t* foolish.    WeiuelookiliL*
(oryonr continued;patronage if
we ean get it.
And the (only nay we know
Inwtoget It Is to1,do what we
hav an I nf wh it wj ito.
If you haven't yet proved thai
th if in nn eminently satisfactory
store at which to do' bu»in«M,
tliereisa pleasure awaiting you.
W.H.Wilson
i JEWELER   ASU f
*V OPTICIAN M
TOWN TOPICS
Vlli rnoon lea al The Palm
Win Oosnet, tl.- Nelson brewrr,
was in lown during the week
Cuttcn The Tudhope i*. handled only ••> Emi Koottn*y by th<
East Kootenay Produce and Hto
vision House.
V     t'    DubOla, nf  l-'ellin*,  «.t- HI
li.v.n   t< *.l,t.!;i\
\.- t mirltng brooms lot sal at
Ward ami Itntrls
\ ion   *'iw horn to Mi   and    Mis
1.1   l'.iii i-*..ii,   i.n Sundayi Sovwnbei
ISlh
All aboard for romantic California.   Knox Church, Friday night.
Morn—To Mr. and Mrs.,.las. Oour-
maley, of Slatt-rville, a son, Momlav,
Novcmlier 13th,
See    Kink's window ol No. 1 grade
Mr j I inIi Co] um Iiiu upph'S.
W. II. Sliirn lias returnod Irom
Kingsgolc and will take np hia resitl-
eiit'e at Wasa iig-iiii,
Horse Blankets, Robes, Bells,
Etc. at East Kootenay Produce and
Provision House.
Horn—At the ColtaKt* hospital, nn
Novcmlier lltli, to Mr. and Mrs. T.
S. (Jill, a tiaiictiter.
Home made candy at The Palm 30c
per Hi. Saturday only.
I    Horn —At  the Cottage hospital, on
I November    13th. to Mr. ami Mrs. A
Sliankhmd. a i.autthtrr
i    t>n Saturday. Nniember Utli. .*, son
was in.in i,.     Mr   ami     Mrs     A    H
--t.i:.let
Tin- World's Pali at tlu* \odttorium
December 6th.
neorgc Longpte, nf Homier, was in
tOWn   llie    til-l      part   nf  the  Wivk  oa
business,
l    r    Crowley, otMaryavHle, has
I  ! is position a**  Justice nf  lhe
'e.tie
Primentoi mi glass at Kink's I'mr
KimhI (ime. ti
Dora -I" Mi and Mis John Mac
i.,i, ,.t Moyle, ,i -"it. Saturday,
Novcmbei lltli
letmie it Howard has been wn
teoeed In -*i\ months m Nelson jail,
subject t*> the ile-ision td the
court nf appeal nn a reserved ease.
l-'in.- hi ( bteaMast  OMTlla       al
Haul   am)   I lai lis
K::t*m
One Car Cutters of All Kinds
Come fn and l.onk them Hut
Double and Single Harness
Sleigh Bells of All Kinds
CRANBROOK TRADING GO.
LIMITED
Flour, l-'ccil, Poultry Supplies, Canities, Saddlery,
Implemcnla, Harness Repairing
We are
Putting Away
Christmas
Presents
for Customers every
day now.
Why not Yours ?
RAWORTH  BROS.
JovvsUr** »nd Optician*
Ordem by mail promptly- utten*
ilea to.
If you liave not one of our ettta-
logues, itmd (or one at once.
Have a look at our Hot Blast
Coal Heaters. These stoves will
bum soft coal with better satisfaction than any other heater. The
Air Blast does it. Coal Heaters
from $5.75 up.   Patmore Bros.
The P. Luml Vq. have t-his week
sold a car of their famous garden
vegetables to the E.K.P, A I*.
House.
We've ull heard about The World's
Fair, Detvmher 6th.
(*. A. McD, Young baa been ap-
oointcd a stipendiary magistrate for
the town ol (".'eslon aud the surrounding districts within a radius ol
fifteen miles.
New designs in Brass and Iron
Beds in our very large line. East
Kootenay Produce and Provision
Hcuie.
Itev. Logte, formerly ol Sudbury,
(int., will lie indut-ted as pastor of
.St. Paul's Presbyterian church, Nelson, this  evening, Iter.    ('. O. Main,
f this city, will   preside and induct.
.lust arrived al The Palm, a l>ig
shipment ol Lowney's superior ohoco-
lates.
Among Kort Steele visitors in
town this week have been tbe tollow-
ii.g. Messrs A. Doyle, It. T. Kichard-
son, A. It Fenwick, T. T. McVittie,
and Mrs. MeVittie, and Miss (ial-
hraith.
WHAT  N'KXT, Presbyterian church
Sunday evening after regular service.
Tin- finest ol scenes, tlie retry best
nf modern maebines, a fluent leetur-
bctttit if ul 1 > etdored slides, and
mot mg pictures of Interesting natural objects The travel-talk on Call-
tornta, Knoi church, Friday night.
West's minstrels will lie alonp in
the lourse of a wtvk or two, with a
better and ItRMgei bill than ever
lief ore.
I ll Slooue, manager ol tin- Im-
lerial bank at Kernie. was a visitor
in town yvsteit.ay It was Mr.
Hloone's rust visit to Cranbrook ami
bi- was krealty imprrssetl with the
.vident prOapCTlt) ami pmgressive-
RCSS nf tlH' City.
The adjourned annual general moot-
Hiv al the Cranhrook Fanners' institute lakes |tlaee mi Sattinl..y evening
nexl     Every ntembn .*•• urgently re-
guested to nttentl.
British Columbia snow apples at
Pink's Pure Food Grocery,
\t lhe next meeting of the Y.M.O.
\ I.ilerary nnd Debating Society,
Wiilnesdat evebing, Novetntier --i.it.
it talk <hi Tripoli, hy K. J, I Vane,
followed by an tlnstrated hlarkhtt-anl
iketeh by ■ ■■ 8 Mennle, will lie the
l>rogrammr.
Wood Heaters $3.75 and up.
Both front and top feeders. There
it tome claw to our Une of stoves.
Patmore Bros.
Our Tables arc worthy of a
good close inspection, every line
and detail shows their high stand
ard of quality only to be got at the
East Kootenay Produce and Provision House.
Everybody that attends ilie dance
tonight at the Auditorium will have
a treat as the Hoya. Hungarian
Quartette, playing such goi-wl    music
for the Alei
the dance.
II,.
play
for
The Williams .Jubilee Singers, (l
Chicago, jusi returned from a ver
successful lum ol Europe, will giv
an entertainment in the Auditorhu:
on Saturday evening, November 25th
under the auspices ol the Men'
club. This aggregation consists of i
double uuartetlc and is recognized a
the real successors tu the fainoii
Kiske singers.
Knigway's   A    s.
loffco at
Pink
Pure Food Grocery.
Alfred   Cummlngs'
plan or
Willi.
Iiy which   !ir inli.inK
ll'   lliVI'l
Will
from Unkwnler creek
, linn Ih
'II    1
cepted and lie is null
iii/i'd i
I      CO
struct a dam Ir, said creek, as well as
floodgate, flume, and dilrlu-s over
lands belonging lo li. If. McCoy,
Frank Murphy, David Ilornor and A.
Murphy, sulijecl in lliv usual eomll-
tions.
New dry Christmas fruits will li,.
In in a few dais al Ward and Mar
ris.
Skating has been in full swing al
lhe Arena rink all the week. Tiro
Arena rink directors have displayed
considerable enterprise this season.
They were prepared for Ihc sudden
cold snap and had good ice lor the
convenience of pal runs forty-one .days
ahead ol last season. Tlw dlrcotors
wish it to he generally understood
that no more season tickets will he
issued, unless payment in advance hr
made.
They sing,
thev   dance,
at    Tin
World's Fair,
Auditorium,
Decern hei
6th.
Messrs. Evans Bros, and v. \.
Mackay have just completed the erection of a 100 foot briilgt  White-
fish ('reek, directly above lhe Falls.
Tlie Whitefish is a tributary of    the
St.   Mary's,    al t Hi miles    above
MarysviUe. This new bridge serves
tlio purposes of several parties, Including those of extensive mining
operators hi that locality ami of
such well known ranchers as the
Beans Bros.
Stoves and Ranges at Patmore
Bros., The Stove Store.
Take the family or friends to the
fine travel-talk nn California at
Knox church, Friday, November 17th,
at 8 o'clock.
The Allen Players have provided
excellent entertainment at the Auditorium every evening this week am!
will he oi. deck again tomorrow (Friday) night and Saturday night. On
Friday night thej will put ou 'Ite
surrectton," Tolstoi's masterpiece.
For Saturday's matinee "Our New
Olrl," wilt bt the bill and on Saturday evening thej will give that ex
eellent comedy '*.\ Stranger in a
Strange l.ai.d."
No. 1 grade
at Fink's Pun
■l Bellflowcr apples
nl Grocery.
A. E. Green, ol Nanaimo, inspector
of Indian schools, was in town during the week, lieing engaged en a
tour of Inspection, in course ut
which I.e was out to the Si. Eugene
Indian Mission Mr Green was delighted with the progress made un
the new building at St. Eugene and
expressed great pleasure nl tbe efforts of tb.* Sisters having been rewarded by so handsome a building iu
whieb to continue and further their
good work.
Our Oak Rocker, arc richly ut>
bolstered and shaped lo give thi
most case to the body- East
Kootenay Produce and Provision
House.
Everybody that attends the done
tonight at the Auditorium will hav
a treat as tlu* I toy.11 Hungarian
Quartette, playing such good music
lor the Alen I layers, will play fm
the dance.
Exceptionally Good Value in
HEN'S
OVERCOATS
We are now showing the newest styles in Men's
Overcoats- well out, nicely finished garments with the
correel hang and look to them.
The material in these
rants is tin* lii'st .Scotch
and English Wool uml
each coal is supported
by the Fil Reform guarantee ns wel] as our own
'■.Money . Baok" guarantee.
We've all the styles.
sizes and patterns.
Sipi
■>*./■-'
Prices range      -*»c Aft
from $10.00 to &*>>""
Ladies'
Smart Coats
Brown Tweed, the smart
rough,   finished,  all-
wool Scutch Tweed with self collar*, semi-
lifting and plainly made
lilnck   lirouilclolli l.'iiat wilh velvet cellar and
large lapels.   Tli aterial is the finest ipialily
Black  Pony Coat.     A dressy cunt with   larg
lapel      Tlie curl is exceptionally go<«l
tlreat value at
$14.00
$20.00
i'   cellar   and
$30.00
Attractive  Dresses for After-
noon and  Evening Wear
7) We are showing a beautiful assortment ol
ainly vA\M . \
We are showing a beautiful assortment
gowns and dresses suitable for afternoon and i
iug wear.
In evening gowns we have some very diii
creations in blank, sky, pink and champagne in
charming shades. They are made up in niessaliiic
silk, satin: all-over lace over silk ami Marquisette
over silk. The prices are exceedingly low, Vmi
cannol afford to lie without one.
Hn display you will find a handsome arrurt-
inent of cloth dresses and blouses. Let us show
you llieiii,
Pretty Styles in Children's
Coats
Splendid range of good warm dressy coals is
now ou display. The colors are iu pretty shade*
of red. navy. «rcen and grey, and the making and
material of each coat is the best. The prices
rnnge according to the size and the styles are exceptionally neat. '
Space does not permit description
you the different styles.
The prices range from
We ask  vou t" let  us  show
$3.50 to $10.00
McCREERY BR05.
CRANBROOK'S DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING STORES
permanent   residence.      The business (islu-,1 in   this    district    Mr  Middle- cancr. has bni.   moved   to  l-oit'l.-n.
lias Urn taken aver by W. Halsall, a ton has    made his    selection, which (inl     Captain stride, of tlie     loc.l
former  employee, wlm recently    has will be announced after it has    liaMilcofpi, goes to Vancou.er on   M>*nday
Iron on    the business staff    of   the passed   upon bv the deputy ntinUtet i„-.t to attend the annual congress ol
Herald.    Mil Halsall thou ughly un- The location selected I* close to   tlu- prorfadal officers, which v.i\\ be pre-
in rstauils tlie dry goods business.  He city     Mr.   Uiddleton procafeded    '.< ajded ovei    by colonel I'ua-mire.
Is a   bright,   alert    salesman    ami llaynes Lake   today, wteie be     will
t.oiild make
uiiilrrtaking.
n success of his       new
telect the site     for the eiperiiiMtital
■reliant in    that locality.
Kim SAI.K -Single harness, almost new. Apply n. i .1, Herald .office. 16-tf
Apples. Although our sales
have been large w* still have
a good stock oi the best varieties at
tic same low price.  East Kootenay j 	
Produce and Provision House. A meeting   of the    Cranbrook dis
. ! Iriel Conservative association      wa
Tea in Japanese tea room at    The  held in   tlie city durinn tla- week, al
World's   Pair,   December nth, at the which   officers tor    the ensuing yeai
Among lite still pictures of California le be seen in Knox church on
Friday nigl.i ate sublime Mt   sbasiu
after   Hm   show   this   (Thursday)
evening     Itest*. Quer.r.[•■""ID**- „y ,UDWl|  Mm    ,,„,,„„ ,„.
lleimer.   leasiva    ol the Auditorium, | "',_,_. _,
intend giving a dance al which
nl    the foresl   world.     mosl
llntal Hungarian orchestra, stall a
string feature ol the Allen Players
company, will provide the music.
Pon'l large! our Ranwan* lea, ,111c
nnd 3.1. per Ih.—Ward and Harris.
(I. Iv Henderson, manager ol the
lliilllliver Klwtric Power company,
was li. town yesterday. Mr. Henderson came Into lown with several directors ol the company, wlm have
been visiting the properly. They were
all delighted with the outlook and as
a result nl their visit, further large
Investments ol capital will be matte
in developing the company's big
undertaking.
Ilrinrni.tr Mr Me. Pirwtnbrr 1th.
..„.   K'anls
ouaint old Spanish missions, acres
Auditorium.
The Kink Mercantile Co. are Showing the most exquisite lino ol classy
liaiid-paintcd china ever imported into ll.C. See our array Iffore mak-
ni'.'l yonr selections lor Xmas.
Rev. II. C. Speller Aill lecture at
tlie Presbyterian ehurcli next Sunday
crcnlbg, after the regilar service
His subject will !»• "What Next "
Mr. S|M'ller Is a deservedly popular
lecturer and this occasion will ailoixi
everybody in town an "opportunity of
heating him once again before be
leaves Cranbriaik
Wanted to know the whereabouts ol
lames Karnest Hidilell, who led the
ranch ol Mr. Hoy AnflLT at Boswell,
Mta., nn the nth August tor Nelson, B.C. Any ii.lormation of him
since the above dale will be tbunk-
Illly    n ceil ed    nt   the office      nl this
orange groves, palms and flowers, tlu
mighty Yosemite and ninny others
The natural moving pictures include
flower festivals, summery serf aod
breakers, wonderful waterfalls, tecd-
ing HHlfi.uon pigeons, a regiment
ostrictu*s, hundreds of alligators and
others. A pleasant evening is
sured in vivid eoultasl lo our
ami snow.
Stoves, Ranges.    See our com-
Sletc stock before buying;.    East
.ootcnay Produce and Provision
House.
paper
Itaby   carriage
condition.    Apply
flee.
IMV
lor snle Ir.     gooc
Il"\  3, Herald of
40-11-
■aere elected as follows: President
T. McVittie, ol Kort Stele, i
president, Oeorge II. Tliompson. ol
this city; sivretary-treasurer. .1 1
Kink, of this city. Members of the
cut ive will la, elected Ly th,
several loeals, (,n lhe basis of one
for every fifty votes cast at the
lasi eleeth n.
Unfortunately Major Morris, of the
Salvation Army, was unable to get
through in lime to attend the social
the local army barracks last
Monday evening However, the soc
al took place just the same, ami
proved a great success, Major Mor
nh" lias biin stationed at   Van
Christmas presents for tlw million
: Tlie World'., Kair. Auditorium, l*e-
ctmbtt Ito.
To steal cordwood and to steal    It
from tbe    county court judge's luck
yard is a     pretty nervy undertaking
That has been     tbe cxpener.ir       of
His Honor -fudge Wilson during    'repast week That  i* to say.        bi.
cordwood pile    bas i«er. eoradderahl]
depleted by some bold, atei doubtle
entity, sneaktlneves  Tlie Urieves were
caught in   the    act of loadinit        up
ttK'ir wagon by    Mr*   ffllaoo,       *W
made a   hasty get away.       If apprc
invidKi it is   reasonable    to surmise
that their     scnNtire     will tr   ev.-ni
P'ary.
WHAT
Sunday >
Take
Kri'In,
ehurcli
15c.
NEXT, Presbyterian cbur.b
\rning after regular   s-1'. i ■
the    trip to California      on
rughr.      No*     ITtli.     Kunx
Kare 25..  return  Children
Owing to continued
lllll has disposed ol
business In this city
ly move In the const
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets do not sicken nr gripe, ami
may lie taken with perfect safety by
the most delicate woman or the
youngest child. The old and feeble
will also find them a most suitable
remedy for aiding and strengtliening
their weakened digestion and lor regulating Ihe bowels. Kor sale by
all dealers. **■«
M s. MiddleUn, provincial horii
citlturist, was ir. town this weak, to
llnallv local.'     llie experimental and
ill-licallh W. I)
bis dry goods
and will short
to lake      up ' demonstration     orchard to la- rslnb
IF YOU WANT TO
BUY A HOME
NOW IS THK TIME,   PRICES WILL UK
MICH HIGHER NKXT SPRING
i'
ii
ii
.'
11
■ i
We can save
waste in rent.
you the lnmilrds of dollars Jfc
Come nml have a talk with us nlutit it
  < •
•    11
BEALE & ELWELL \\
Established 1897
HAKP.lt STIIKKT      •        •        ORANBROOK, B. 0 '•'•
< i
******* THE  CRANBROOK  HERALD
NERVOUS   EXHAUSTION
The   Ailment   of the   Age.
NEiRLY EVERY ONE SUFFERS FROM  IT   OCCASIONALLY-MANY PEOPLE  CONTINUALLY-OUR GRANDPARENTS DWN' T If A VE IT-OUR PARENTS ONL Y RAREL Y.
WHAT IS  THE MATTER   WITH  THE PEOPLE OF TO-DAYt
SCIENTISTS "HV-    TOO HIGH   TOO FAST, TOO STRENUOUS LIVING-NOISE. HURRY, AND THE ao-HOUR
DA Y-TOO MUCH BUSINESS COM PETITION-TOO MUCH SOCIAL C0MPETIT10N-A LITTLE
TOO MUCH OF EVERYTHING.
WHAT NERVOUS EXHAUSTION IS.
NERVOUS EXHAUSTION IS THE RESULT OF THF. DESTRUCTION OF THE NERVE CELLS FASTER
THAN THEY ARE REBUILT.
HOW IS  THIS IIROUGIIT ABOUT t
EVERY effort of the mind and every movement of a muscle uses tip a part of the tissues i ; t'.i * nervous system,
the waste products of which have been found by chemical examination of the excretions to consist largely
of mineral phosphates. '
Iu health, and when the nervous forces are not ever-exerted, certain foods, such as fish, eggs, milk, etc., supply
sufficient of tlie pbosphatic principle to restore this loss.
But wben a person, y'otiug or old, through over-work, worry, intense excitement, grief, alcoholic or other excesses,
over-exerts tbe nerve powers, accelerating tbe using up of nerve tissue and tbe consequent loss of the pbospkatic
principle past the power of recuperation by the ordinary c'lanuels of food, tb.* condition of nervous exhaustion results.
The cure for nervous exhaustion is more sleep, a selectetl diet and temporary extra feediug of the nerve system
with phosphorus iu a form capable of being assimilated by the digestive organs.
CAN PHOSPHORUS BE SO OBTAINED t
THF. ANSWER IS:   YES-IN THE FORM OF LECITHIN.
WHAT IS LECITHIN t
Lecithin is the phosphorus containing element existing iu the brain and spinal cord, from which is drawn the
phosphorus required for the unceasing work of thought and action.
Lecithin also exists in the articles of diet named above, especially in eggs, and it is from them that the normal
supply of phosphorus req tired by the human body is mainly replenished.
Why not then cure Nervous Exhaustion with eggs ? To accomplish this in a reasonable time, is frequently
impossible, for when the verve powers arc exhausted tlu* digestive organs become weakened, making it difficult to
digest day after day the large bulk of tbe many eggs required to enable the system to obtain sufficient Lecithin for
the restoration of full nerve vigor.
The better way and the most successful treatment for nervous exhaustion to-day is with the Lecithin itself,
which, by modern scientific processes, can now be extracted from the egg yolks and supplied in the exact doses which
experience has shown gives the best results.
This Lecithin (concentrated from thousands of eggs) and offering phosphorus, the element required for nerve
repair, in the same form in which it exists in the human system, aud therefore capable of ready assimilation even by
those with the weakest digestive powers, is the leading ingredient in the new medicinal preparation
ASAYA - NEURALL
(TrudoM.rK)
Now offered as the modern scientific remedy for
Nervous  Exhaustion Nervous  Prostration
Nervous   Debility Hysteria.   Insomnia
For tbe nervous despondency frequently experienced by women when recovering from child-birth, for night
sweats due to nervous debility, and, under the physician's direction, as a reconstructive tonic in the treatment
wasting and debilitating diseases, especially Consumption, where it is of prime importance to maiutain the nerve
strength, and during convalescence from acute diseases, such as Pneumonia, La Grippe, etc.
THE BENEFICIAL EFFECTS OF "ASAYA-NEURALL" ARE ALMOST IMMEDIATELY EVIDENT.
The first effect of this preparation is the lifting of Tie feeling of depression and the awakening to a more lively
interest iu things about lis. Ability to sleep returns, tho digestive powers are roused, the appetite improves, and a
general feeling of rejuvenation and renewal of energy is felt. The beneficial effects are evident almost at the first
dose. Not due, however, lo false stimulation, as in alcoholic preparations, but to real fecdijig of the under-nourished
nerve tissues, while the time lo stop taking this preparation is as evident as is the time to stop at meal time, that is,
when the nerves have been fed until their normal condition returns aud a buoyant feeling of nervous health
replaces the depression previously experienced.
SAMPLE  BOTTLE   FREE
Any adult person may, within ten days from the dtte wben this notice appears, obtain a free sample bottle of
''ASAYA-NEURALL," containing enough for otic week's treatment, (quite sufficient to definitely establish the
value of this preparation in their case), by filling iu the coupon below and presenting same to the undersigned.
'"ASAYA-NEURALL" is regularly sold in large bottles at ft.50 each. Taken three times a day according
to directions, each bottle affords treatment for about forly days, all that is usually required for ordinary derangements of the nervous system.
"ASAYA-NEURALL" is prepared solely by the DAVIS & LAWREMCE CO., Manufacturing Chemists, of
New York and Montreal, and may be obtained locally fiom
cocroM roa rata iamplb
C«* awl. aU In. Md |>rHMt «• th* ,Hl,r nam..,.
BBATTIB-MURPHY CO.
DRUGGISTS
CRANBROOK. B.C.
I)*.* Bin,—Kindly deliver tc
On. Sample n! "Aasr.-Nrtirall," a. ailvcrtiard, ami oblige.
DAVIS & I.AWKBXCK CO., Mosriui.
or near 2 tulles or 160 chains cast ol commencement,   making    010   acres,
FIG PILLS
t'lass-room   Work—The programme. in order to secure any good results,
ol the   department Is closely Ittlow-     Industries     Taught.—A*   a    good
Cur*   Backache.    Bladder    and lal      The pupils are quite intelligent .knowledge 0f farming Is necessary  lo
Kldnev Troubl* J niul good progress is mode       They  the Indians, special hours each     day
Sold with a positive guarantee. At
all dealers, 25 cents per box, or The
Fig Pill Co., st. Thomas, ont.
Sold snd recommended by Th,
t'ranbrook Drug and Book Co., Ltd.
Indian Industrial School
REV. FATHER  BECK'S   REPORT
POR LAST FISCAL YEAH.
Tla* annual report ol the Department ol Indian Affairs for the past
llacal year, has just come to hand,
it contains a vast amount ol information concerning our Indian wards,
some ol which is ol special interest
to us in East Kootenay.
Rev. Father Felix Heck, principal
ol the St. Eugene Industrial school,
contributes tla' following report:
Accommodation.—There Is acronr-
modatlon tor
show remarkable application to (Ml arc   devoted     to   tbe  general   work
work  and    arc eager   to learn. Thr  which should be carried out on a well
pupils generally show a marked apti-  inaaagisl (arm.    They are taught the
Hide lor music.      The boys nave     a   best way lo cultivate tin- land,    and
brass band o! which Ihry may    well how to use all    the Implements grn-
bc proud.    During the past rear      a1,rally   found on a    farm.       Besides' pastimes, while   "m summer footbiall.
string baud was formed among     the this, they receive good training     In  l*aseb»ll and swimming (re keenly en-
girls.      They    have made good pro-1dairying    and the    general   rare' of, Joyed.    There is excellent llshtng'   In
rules welt and no serious violation.
occur.
Health and Sanitation.—The pupils
generally enjoy good health. Work la
llu* open air and lots of healthful exercise contribute largely to ibis eilect.
Recreation — In winter skating,
roasting and hockey ale the       mail.
vjress and play very creditably.
The pupil, are graded «s fallows:
Standard 1 31
Standard II  5
Standard 111 18
Standard IV 7
Standard V  2
Total  06
Farm and Harden.—All the vegc-
j tables needed fnr the use ol the
school are raise,! on the farm. All
kinds are grown with good success,
the vegetables being much larger thun
j the ordinary size. Tliere is also an
, orchard, which yield* an abundant
about sixty-five pupils supply of fruit Tlie ,1,-ld ol hay Is
in attamlonrr, although the grant |arRe, and more was raised the past
allowed the school Is tor onlv (Ift>- j summer Ihan wns ms'ilcd lor tla*
There, Is no tHltlculty in securing p«- stack. Urge crops ol wheat ami
pils, a* the parents nre anxious to „ats are also grown The soil Is
scud their rhlldrm lo school Vl,rv riHl   , mR„i|,,„ i„ nn.'M.arv
eons, poultry and the like Thr foreman is a competent carpenter and
plumber, and under his supervision
the boys are able to make all necessary repaint about tbe place. The
boys arc also taught to repair their
own shoes and some ol them do line
repairing. The girls receive a thor-
oiicih training, which makes them | Orm.
good housekeepers and home-makers.
They are taught to do their own sew-
j ing and mending. They do all the
: larking lor the school, and also make
butter and help with thr cooking.
They arc excellent workers, neat and
tidy In appearance ai.d clean in Iheir
methods of work.
Moral ami Religious Training.—The
pvpils have hall an hour instruction
cadi day Their careful religious
tralalng makes them honrat ami
straightforward.    They olmervr    IIa-
St. Mary's river, which flows nearby
and the surrounding district abounds
in game ol all kinds. A great
source ol enjoyment is the fishing
and hunting excursions.
WANTED.—A competent maid     at
once.     Apply       tc    Mrs.        llr.
45-tl
tlie N.    E. corner    post ot Lot 1063  more or less.
and being the  N. W. corner post-   ofj   Located this    28lh day ol October,
tbe John Virgo claim; thence running 1911,
80 chains     south;    thenco cast    801 .lolin Virgo, Agent for
chains; ihence north 811 chains; thence | Anna Radell, Locator.
west 80 chains to    a point of    coin- Witness:—
mencement,    making 640 acres, more
or less.
Located this    28th day ol October,
1(11. NOTICE.
John Virgo, Locator.
Witness:-
Baptiste N Lamerioux
his mark. 40-5t
Haptiste X Lamerioux
his mark.
46-5t
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that thirty days after du-tc 1 intend
to apply to tbc lion. Chlel Commissioner ol Lairds and Works for «
license to prospect for coal and petroleum on the lollowlng lands situate
in the District ol Southeast Kootenay, liritisli Columbia, in Block
459.1:
Commencing at a post planlcd al
or near the N. E. corner post of
Lot 1603 ami lieing the S. W. corner
post ol Anna Radell claim; thene
running east 80 chains; thence north
80 chains; thence west HO chains;
thence south 80 chains to a point ol
commencement, making iiiu acres,
more or less.
Located this 31st day of October,
1911.
John Virgo, Agent for
Anna Radell, Locator.
Witness:-
Baptiste X Lamerioux
his mark. 41.-st
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that thirty days alter date I intend
to apply to tla* Hon. Chic! Commissioner ol Lands and Works for a
license to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following lands situate
in tbe District ol Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block
4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 2 miles or 100 chains east uf
tho N. E. corner post ot Lot 1663
and being the N. E. corner post ot
the Anna Radell claim; thence running west 80 chains; thence south
80 chains; thence east 80 chains;
thence north 80 chains to a point nf
commencement, making 610 acres,
more or less.
Located this 28th day nl October,
1911.
John Virgo, Agent (or
Anna Radell, Locator.
Witness:-
llaptiste X Lamerioux
his mark. M-51
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES
that thirty days after date I intend
to apply to tbe Hon. Chief Commissioner ol Lands and Works lor a
license to prospect tor coal and petroleum on the tallowing lands situate
in tbe District ol Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, ia Block
1393:
Commencing at a pest planted at
or near 20 chains north ol Lot 7488
and being tbc N. W. corner nl said
lot, and being the S. W. comer post
ot Anna McDonald claim; tnence cast
80 chains; thence north 80 chains.
thence, west 80 chains; thence south
80 chains to a point of commencement, making 640 acres, more or
less.
Located this 31st day ol October,
KU.
John Virgo, Agent for
Ann* McDonald, Locator.
Wltness:-
llaptislc X Lamerioux
his mark 18-51
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that thirty days alter date 1 Intend
to apply to tbe lion. Chlel Commissioner of Lands and Works lor a
license to prospect lor coal and, petroleum on the following land, situate
in the District of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block
tills
Commencing at a    post planted at
NOTICE.
NOTICE LS HEREBY GIVEN
that thirty days after date I intend
to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner ot Lands and Works lor a
license to prospect lor coal and petroleum on Ihe following lands situate
In tbc District ot Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block
Mill
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 20 chains north of N. W.
post No. 7488 and being tbe N. W.
corner post ol said lot and being lhe
S. E. corner post of Anna McDonald
claim; thence running west 80
chains; thrnce north 80 chains;
tnence cast 80 chains; thence south
80 chains to a point ol commmcc-
im'nl, making 010 acres, more or less.
Located this 31st day id October,
IIU.
John Virgo, Agent lor
Anna McDonald, Locator.
Witi.ras:-
llapllstc X Lamerioux
his mark. 4li-r,t
NOTICE   IS
that thirty days
to apply to the
sioner   ol Lauds
HEREBY   OIVEN
after  dale I intend
Hon. Chic! t'oininis-
and  WorkB   for
license to prospect for eoal aud petroleum on Ihe following lands situate
In tlio District of Southeast Kootenay, llrilish Columbia, In Block
4598:
Commencing at a post planl.il at
or near 2 miles or 160 chains east of
the north-east corner post of Lot
1663 and lieing tin: S. Vi. comer post
of Grace Itailell claim; thence running east 80 chains; thenco nortii 811
chains; liionco west 8n chains, tlienee
south 811 chains lo a point ol commencement, making 610 acres, more
or less.
Located tills 28th day ol October,
lllll.
John Virgo, Ageot lor
Grace Radell, Locator.
Witness:—
Baptiste X Lamerioux
liis mark. 16-5t
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that thirty days alter date I intend
to apply to tbc Hon. Chic! Commissioner of Lairds and Works for a
license lo prospect for eoal and petroleum on the following lands situate
in the District of Southeast Koo-
leiiav, British Columbia, in Block
4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 1 mile or 80 chains cast ol
Pest No. 7488 of Lot numbered and
being the N. W. comer ol said lot
and being the S. W. corner post ol
Anna McDonald claim; thenco running
cast 80 chains; lfocr.ee north 80
chains; thence west 80 chains; thence
south 80 chains to a point of com
mencement, making 610 acres, more
or less.
Located this 31st day o! October,
Mil.
John Virgo, Agent lor
Anna McDonald, Locator.
Witness —
Baptiste X Lamerioux
his mark. 16-5t
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
tliat thirty days after date 1 Intend
to aptly to the Chief Commissioner
ot Lands and to the Assistant Com
missioner of Lands lor the District
of East Kootenay lor a license to
prospect lor coal and petroleum on
tire billowing described lands, located on tbc North Fork ol Michel
Creek, twelve miles north ol tbe
Crows Nest Pass Branch ol tire Canadian Pacific Railway:
Commencing at a post limited at
the southeast corner ot Lot 6441
thence 80 chains north, thence 80
chains east, thence 80 chains south,
thence 86 chains west to place ol beginning, containing about 610 acres.
David Still, Locator
.1.1. Thomas, Agent. 44-5t*
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Ihat thirty days alter date I intend
to apply lo the lion. Chlel Commissioner ol Lands and Works lor a
license to prospecl for coal and pet-
roleurn on tne lollowlng lands situate
In Ihe District ol Southeast Koo-
tmav. British Columbia, in Block
4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 1 miles or 160 chains east ol
northeast corner post ol Lot 1869
and being Ihe S. E. corner post ot
tbe Anna Radell claim; thence running north 10 chains; thence west 80
chains; thence south 10 chain.,
t brace east 10 chains to a point    ol
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that thirty days after date 1 intend
to apply to tbc Hon. Chid Commissioner of Lands and Works for *
license to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following lands situate
iu the District ol Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block
4593:
Commencing at a post planted at or
near two miles cast ot the 23 mile
post ol C.P.R. survey on west side
line ot Block 4593 and being tbe N.
W. corner post ot II. Mason Raburg
claim; thence running south 80
chains; thence cast 80 chains; Ihencc
north 80 chains; thenec west
chains to a point ol commencement, making 640 acres, marc or
less.
Licatcd this 16th day ol October,
1911.
A. W. Belden, Agent lor
11. Mason Raburg, Locator
Witness:—
Ilaptisle X Lamerioux
his mark. 45-5t
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
that thirty days alter dale 1 Intend
to apply lo the Hon. Chief Commissioner nl Lands uml Works tor a
license lo prospect lor coal and petroleum on the lollowlng lands situate
In the District ol Southeast Kootenai, liritisli Columbia, In Block
15(3:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 2 miles east of tin 25 mile
post, west boundary of Block 4593
and bring the S.W. corner poat ol
Lilly Hand claim, thence running cast
811 chains; ihiiiec north 80 eliains,
Ihencc west 80 chains; thence south
80 chains to a point ol commencement, making 610 acres, more or
less.
Located this loth day ot October,
1011.
A. W. Belden, Agent lor
Lilly Hand, Locator.
Witness:-
llaptlslr X lamerioux
l|ls mark. 45-5t
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that thirty days after dale 1 Intend
to apply to Uie Hon. Chlel Commissioner of Lands and Works (or a
license to prospect (or coal and petroleum on the following lands situate
in the District ol Southeast Kootena)', British Columbia, In Block
4593:
Commencing at a post plnntcd at
or near 2 miles east of the 25 mile
post, west, boundary line o! Illosk
4593, and lieing the N.W. corner post
ol Lilly Hand claim, thence running
south 80 chains; thence cast 811
Chains; thence north 81) chains;
thenco west 80 chains to a point of
commencement, making iiiu acres,
more or less.
Located this lllth dav ol Orlobrr,
1911.
A. W. Beldcn, Agent for
Lilly Hand, Locator.
Witness:—
Baptiste X Lamerioux
his mark. '1.1-51
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that thirty days alter date I Intend
to apply to the Hon. Chlel Commissioner of Lands and Works lor a
license to prospect lor roal and petroleum on the following lauds situate
In the District ol Southeast Kootenay, Rritislt Columbia, in Block
4593:
Commencing at a post planted al or
near the 21 mile post ol the C.P.
It. survey, being west side line of
Block 4593 and being the N.W. corner post ol tile II. Mason Raburg
claim; thence running south 811
chains; thence east 80 chains; thence
nortii 81) chains; thence west 811
chains lo a point ol commencement, making 610 acres more or
less-
Located this lltli day nl October,
1911.
Roy Allen, Agent fnr
11. Mason Raburg, Locator.
Witness:—
Baptiste X Lamerioux
his mark
A. W. Belden. ir.-f.t
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that thirty days after date 1 intend
to apply lo the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a
license to prospect lor coal and petroleum on the following lands situate
in tiro District ol Southeast Koo-
tenav, British Columbia, in Block
4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 1 mile cast ol the 25 mile
post ol the west boundary of Block
1593 and being the N.W. comer post
ot Chas. Kiske's claim; thence running cast 80 chains; thence south
80 chains; Ihencc west 80 chains;
thence north 80 chains to a point of
commencement, making 610 acres,
more or less.
Located this 16th day ot October,
lllll.
A. W. Beldcn, Agent for
Charles Fiskc, Locator
Witness:—
Baptiste X Lamerioux
his mark. 15-51
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that thirty days alter date I Intend
to apply to tbc Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands ami Works for a
license to prospect lor coal and petroleum on the following lands situate
in tbe District ol Southeast Koo-
enay, British Columbia, in Hloek
4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 1 mile east ot the 25 mile
post of Ihc western boundary nl
Block 4593 and being the S. E. corner post ol Chas. Fiskc's claim;
thence running west 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thence oast 811
chains; tbenco soulb 80 chains lo a
point ol commcnccmcnt,niaking 610
acres, more or less.
Located Ihis 17th day ol October,
1(11.
A. W. Beldcn, Agent lor
Chas. Fiskc, Locator.
Witness:—
Baptist,' X Lntncrlnux
his mark. 45-51
NOTICE.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN
tbal thirty days niter date I Intend
to apply lo Hie Hon. Chlel Commls*
sioner ol Lands and Works lor a
license to prospecl lor coal and |vcl-
roleum on tla, following lands situate
in the District ot Southenst Koo
tenav, liritisli Columbia, in Block
4583:
Coiiiiueiieir.g at a post planted nt
or near 2 miles east ol the 23 mile
post ol C.P.R. survey on west side
line ol Hook 4593 and being the S.
W. corner post ol H. Mason Raburg
claim; thence running nortii 80
chains, Ihence east 80 chaias; thence
south 89 chains; thence west 80
chains to a point ol commencement,
making 640 acrcs.m oro or less.
Located this 16th day ol October,
1911.
A. W. Beldcn, Agent lor
H. Mason Raburg, Locator.
Witness:—
llaptlate X Lamerioux
Ida mark. 45-st THK   CRANBUOOK   H KHALI)
NOTICK.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN
that thirty days after date I intend
to apply to tlie Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands und Works for a
license to prospect for eoal antl petroleum on tht! following lands situate
iu the District of Southeast Kootenay, llritish Columbia, iu Hloek
■1503*
Commencing at a post planted at
or near where this claim joins I). ,1.
Fitzgerald's claim on Uw north-west
corner ou east boundary of Block
Iii!);*., and lieing 11m; north-west corner post tf Nellie Sylvester claim;
Ihence easl tit) chains; Ihence soil Hi
SO chains; thence wesl HI) chains;
Ihence north so chains lo a point of
commencement, malting 0-10 acres,
more or less.
Located this -loth day <d Ootober,
1011,
Roy Allen, Agent for
Nellie Sylvester,  Locator,
Witness:—
Bupliste X. Lamerioux
Ids mark. 15-51
NOTICK.
NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVKN
llial thirty days afler date I Intend
to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works (or a
Hecnse to prospecl for coal antl petroleum on the following lands situate
iu Ihe District of Southeast Koolenay, Mrilish Columbia, in Block
4693:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near where this claim joins Jno.
MaeOinnis claim mi south-west corner post on east boundary ol Block
•1598 awl being the south-east comer
post of Eloise MacGinnis claim;
thenco west 80 chains, thence north
SO chains; thence east 80 chains;
Ihencc south 80 chains to a point of
commencement, making is lit acres,
more or less.
Located this 1st day of November,
I'Ml.
Itoy Allen, Agent for
Kloise MaeOinnis, Locator.
Witness*—
Baptiste X. Lamerioux
his mark. 15-51
NOTICK.
NOTICK IS IIKREBY OIVKN
Ihat thirty days after date I ititcnd
to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a
license to prospect for coal ami petroleum on the following lands situate
in the District of Southeast Kootena)', British Columbia, in Block
•1598:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 1 mile south of Chas.
Piste's claim, on east boundary of
Block 1593 and being the south.wes?
corner post of II. Mason Raburg
if aim; thenco north 80 chains; thence
cast so chains, thence st nth sn
eliains; thence west 80 chains to a
point of commencement, making 840
acres, more nr les?*.
Located this 30th day of October,
1911.
Rl y Allen, Agent for
ll. Mason Rasing, Locator,
Witness:—
Baptiste \ Lamerioux
his mark. 15-51
NOTU'K
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Hml Hum. days alter date I intend
lo apply in lhe Hon Chiei Commia-
slouci ol Lands ami Works f,.i a
license to prospect for coal and ih*'
roleum on the following lands situate
in the District ol Southeast Koo
lenay, British Columbia, In Block
I59S:
Commencing at a posl planted at i"
near, tins claim JoIm H Mason
Roburg's claim on north-weal cornei
on nisi boundarj ut Block 4598 mil
being ihe north wist cornet post ol
Wm. \ Ken rlalm; Ihence east 80
chains, thence south 80 chains;
thence weal si. chains; Ihence north
mi chains to a point ot commence
inriii. making 840 acres,    moro     oi
less
Located this 50lh day of Octoorr.
|9H
Ro)  Allen, Agent for
Wm  a   Kerr, Locatoi
Witness:—
Baptiste \ Lamctloiu
his mark, W-81
NOTICK
NOTICK    IS    HEREBY     OIVKN
thai thirty days after date I  Intend
lo apply    to lhe Hon. Chief Conimis-
sii ner of Lands and Works far a
license to prospecl tor coal nod petroleum on the following lands situate
in tlie District id Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, In Block
1593:
Commeneing at a post planted at or
near where this claim joins the
north-cast oorncrol D. J. Flttgcr-
ald's claim on east boundary ol
Block 4598 nml lieing the south-east
corner posl ol Nellie Sylvester
claim; Ihence. west 80 chnins; Ihence
north 80 chains; thence east 80
chains; Ihence south Ktl chains to a
point of commencement, making 840
acres, more or less.
Located Ihis 1st day of Novcmlier,
|9I1.
Itoy Allen, Agent lor
Nellie Sylvester, Locator.
Wltnens:-
Baptlste X Lamrrinux
Wa mark. 45 51
NOTICE.
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN
that thirty days after date 1 intend
to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a
license to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following lands situate
in the District of Southeast, Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block
4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 1 mile west of north-cast
corner post id II. P. Bennett on east
boundary of Block 450.-1, and being
the north-east corner post of 1). .),
l-'itzgernld claim; thence south 80
chains; thence west 80 chains; Ihcuce
north 811 chains; thenco cast su
chains to a point- of commencement,
making 840 acres, more or less.
Located   this 1st day of Novemhc
Hill.
Boy Allen, Agent for
D. J. Fitzgerald, Locator.
Witness:—
Baptiste x Lamcrioiix
his mark. 45-51
NOTICK.
NOTICK
NOTICE    IS    HEREBY    (11 \ EN
tin
to ap,
lit
■ if   l...:.d
i ptaspci
roleum on Uie i 1
in llu*   District   ■
tenay,   British
4593:
Commencing a1
nr   near   one mil
n< i i'h-wi si   con I-
vester   claim on
Block    1503 and In
n.t-ml
posl planted    at
of    the
■   St]
th 'ACS-
NOTICE.
NOTICK LS IIKREBY OIVKN
thai thirty days after dute I Intend
to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands ami Works for a
license to prospect for coal and petroleum ou the following lands situate
in the District of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block
4593;
Commencing at a post plan ltd at
or near 2 miles west of IL I'. Bennett's claim on south-east corner on
east boundary of Block 4503 and being the south-west corner post of
Ino. MaeOinnis claim; thence north 80
eliains; thence east 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains; thence west 80
chains to a point or commencement,
makit.g 010 acres, more or less.
Lrcaled this lst day of November,
1911.
Roy Allen, Agent tor
Jno. MaeOinnis, Locator.
Witness:—
Baptiste X Lamerioux
his mark. 45-51
NOTICK.
NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVKN
that thirty days alter date I Intend
to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Ltutds and Works for a
license to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following lands situate
in tbe District ot Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block
4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near. This claim joins the wesl
end of * has. Fiskc claim ou east
boundary of Block 4503 and being the
Boulh-casi corner post rf M. T. Ita
burg claim; thence west so
mains, Ihencc north 40 chains, thence
•ast 80 chains,*, thence south 40
-bains to a point ot commencement, making filO acres, more oc
less.
Located this 1st day ol Novcmlier,
DUL
Itoy Allen, Agenl for
M. T. Raburg, Locator
Witness:—
Baptiste \ Lamerioux
his mark. 45-81
corner post of Eloise Macginnis
claim; thence easl 8Q chains; thene
south 811 chains; tin nee wesl 80
drains; thence north 80 chains to    h
point of    con :;* emt nt, making 640
acres, more ot le s
Located Oils lsl   da] ol November,
1911.
Roy  Men,  \ ?en1 fpi
Etolso Macginnis, Locator,
Witness*—
Baptiste \ Lamerioux
liis  mar'.. 15-51
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
thai thirty days after ilati l Intend
to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lauds and Works for a
license to prospecl for coal and petroleum on tin* f Bowing lamlH situate
in the Districl < i Sn fteasl Koolenay, British Columbia, in lilnck
4593':
Commencing al a pes! planted at
or near where this claim joins Nellie
Sylvester claim on north-wcsl corner
easl boundary ol Block 1593 and
being ihc iiarlh-casi corner post ol
Ino. Macginnis claim; thence south
80 chains; thence west RO chains,
thence north 80 chains; thence east
80 chains to a point of commencement, making 010 acres,    moro     or
less.
Located this 30th dav ol October,
1911.
Boy Allen, Agent foe
Jno. Macginnis, Locator.
Witness:—
Ilaptisle \ Lamerioux
his mark. 15-54
NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that thirl) days after date 1 Inl 1 1
apply to the Hun. Chief Commissi, ner of Lands and Works for a
license to prospecl for coal and petroleum on the following lands situate
in the District of Southeast Koo
icn.it. British Columbia- In Block
1693;
Commending al a posl planted at
t neai 1 -     mile south    ot      Lol
No.   10,11 111 cast boundary of      Block 1
1593 and being tho south-west cornei
( (has.     Kiske   claim, thence r.orlh j
lu chains, thence     east  80    chains, {el
thence south 10 chains, '.hence wesl
B0 chains In a point ot commence
men I, ni.il.niL-, 11 in acres, more ot
less
Located this 1st   day ol November,
I'M I
Uny Allen, Agent Cor
Chas. Kiske,  LOCOtOT
Witness:—
Baptiste X Lamerioux
his mark. 45-51
NOTICK.
NOTICK IS HKRKBY OIVEN
Ihat thirty days after date 1 Intend
apply to the Hon. Chief Comints-
sh ner of Lauds and Works for a
license to prospect Tor coal and petroleum on the following lands situate
in tlie District of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block
4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 1 mile south ot Jr.O. MacGinnis claim on north-east corner on
cast boundary of Block 4993 ar.d being the ninth-east corner post ot II
V. Bennett claim; thence south 80
Chains; thence west 80 chains; thence
north 80 chains; thence east 80
chains to a point of commencement, making 940 acres, more tr less.
Located this   1st day of Novcmlier,
1911.
Roy Allen, Agent for
II   P. Bennett, Locator.
Witness:*-
Baptlsto X lAmrrlous
his mark. 4.1-51
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN
thai thirty days after date 1 Intend
to apply '<' the Hon. Chief Commissi) ner ol Lands m ri W rls for :i
license to prospci 1 for coal aid petn
roleum im the fi 11 - . In ids situate
in the District of Soul hen fit Koolenay, British Columbia, In Block
1593:
Commeni iiu nl .1 post ptant-i d at
or near one mile south of ('has.
Qruwcll's if aim on easl boundary of
Block 1593 ami being tl:.- south-east
corner pest of II !'. Bennetl claim.
thence west 80 chains; thence north
8ft chains, lb nt easl BO chains.
Ihence south *•" chains to .1 pi Int ol
commencement, making BIO ac*.'*!-*.
more or less,
Local ri this 91 da) of October,
lnll.
Roy  Vlli:..   Vgenl for
II   P   Bennetl   '     ■
Witness:—
Baptiste N Lamerioux
Ins mark. 15 r*'
NOTICE
Mi   [CK    Iii    HEREBY     OIVEN
that thi*. v   ij.it.      cr date 1   intend
i,i apl ly    '" the Hon. Chief 1
sii tin    ol I .* ids   .. d   Wi rks     tor 0
license lo pri ipeel    foi    oal      I
roleum on Um followin   ..1  ;
in llie   Districl   of    So tt beast    Koo
tcua.,    British   Colun Ma, In   Blot "■■
1593:
Commi nt Ing al a posl planted a*,
or neai where 11.1** ■ latin nlns D. .1.
Eit)gerald' 1 claim . n easl li,un1ar«
„t Block    I59 I north
west corner   pi si ol Nc lie S] Ivestt I
aim. thi'iiC'' east SO t bains; thence
soulb Mi   chains   Ihencc '      B0
chains; lher.ee north 80 chains to    a
point ol   ro menl, mai Ing 640
acr, s. more or less.
Located this 30th daj of October,
mil.
Roj   Allen.  Igenl for
Nellie Sylvester, Locator,
Witness:—
Ilaptisle x Lamerioux
his mark. 45-51
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
that thirty days alter dale J Intend
to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner nf Lands and Worka for a
license to prospecl for coal nnd petroleum on the following lands Bit Unto
in lhe Districl .if Southeast Koo-
Icimv, British Columbia, in Block
4593!
Commencing ni n post planted nt
or near where this claim joins Chas.
Qruwell claim on ens' boundary uf
Block 4593 and boing the south-east
comer post of Jno. MaeOinnis
claim, thence wesl 80 chains; thence
Mirth ho chain*; Ifccnoa easl ho
chains, thenco south 80 chains to d
point of commencement, making 010
acres, more or less.
Located Ihis 30th da) of October)
Bill.
Hoy  Allen, Agent for
Jno. MaeOinnis, Locator,
Witness:—
;      Baptiste X Lamerioux
his mark, 15-51
NOTICK    IS   HEREBY     GIVEN
that thirty days alter dale I Intend
to apply in lhe Hon Chief Commissi! ner of Lands ami Works fm a
license to prospect for coal amd petroleum on the following lands Bituato
ii the District nf Southeast Koo-
tenay, British Columbia, in Block
!">..•):
Commencing ai a posl planted at
or near where this claim joins Chas.
(fruwell claim mi easl boundary of
Block 1593 ami being Hit- Bouth.east
cornei posl ol .Ino MacGinnis
claim; ihence west su chains; thence
nni th su chains; thenoa cast su
chains; ihence south su chains to a
poind of commencement, making 840
acres,  more or less.
Located    this 30tli dav of October,
mu,
Boy Allen, Agent for
Jno. MaeOinnis, Locator.
Witness:—
Baptiste \ Lamerioux
Lis marl;. 45-51
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
hat thirl) days afler dale 1 Intend
to apply lo the lion. Chief Commis-
doner of Lands and Works f„r a
license to prospect for coal a:td pet-
ilciiiii on Ihc following lands situate
in lhe District of Soulheast Koolenay, llrilish Columbia, iu Block
1593;
Commencing al. a post planted at
nv near 1 mile soulb of Block lii.js
on east boundary of Block 1503 and
lieing the south-east corner post of
Baptiste Lamerioux cfaim*j thence
west 80 chains; thence soulb Hit
chains; thence easl 80 chains; thence
north 8ft chains to a point of commencement, making 040 acres, more
or less.
Located Ibis 28th dav of October,
1911,
Baptiste \ Lamerioux
his mark
Locator.
Witness:—
Itoy Allen. 15-51
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
lhal thirty days after date 1 intend
to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissi* ner of Lauds aud Works fur a
license to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following lands situate
iu the District of Southeast Koo-
tenay, British Columbia, In Block
1593:
Commencing at a post planted al
or near where this claim joins
south-east coiner post of Chas. (Jru-
wcll claim in cast boundary uf Block
1593 antl being the south-west corner
post of Arthur Perham claim; thence
ninth Rn chains; thence easl 8ft
chains, thence south 80 chains;
thence west 8(i chains to a point of
commencement, making li 10 acres,
more or less.
Located this 2ft.h day of October,
1011.
Boy Allen, Agent for
Arthur Perham, Locator.
Witness:—
Baptiste X Lamerioux
his mark. 45-51
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN
thai thirty days afler dale 1 intend
to apply to the Hon. Chief Commis-
sloner ol Lands uml Works for a
license to prospect for coal and petroleum on lhe following lands situate
in the District of Southeast Koolenay, British Columbia, in Block
1593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near one mile south of the southwest corner of ll. .1. Cummlngs
claim on cast boundary of Block
1503 and being Uk* soulh-wesl cornei
post of Win. A. Kerr claim; thence
north su chains; ihence east so
chains; thence south 8(1 chains, thenco
west 8ft chains lo a poir.l of commencement, making tilO acres, more
or loss.
Located this 23rd dav of October,
PHI.
Boy Allen, Agent for
Wm. A, Kerr, Locator,
Wi loess:—
Uaptistfl X Lamerioux
bis mark. 45-51
NOTICE.
NOTICE.
NOTICK IS IIKREBY OIVKN
ihat thirty days after date I Intend
to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissi) ner of Lands and Works for a
license to prospect for coat and pot-
oleum on the following lands situate
in the District of Southeast Koo-
ti-nav, British Columbia, in Block
593:
Commencing at a post planted at or
iiar where this claim joins 10078   on
northwest corner of east boundary of
Block  4593 and being ihe south-west
iiuer post of Arthur I'crham claim,
Ihence i.orlh 8ft chains; thence    east
su chains;    Ihence south 811    chains;
hence west 80 chains to a point    rf
ommenccmenl,    making    8 tft acn s.
uore or less.
Located   this 1st day of November,
1911.
Boy Allen, Agent for
Arthur Perham, Locator.
Witness:—
Baptiste X Lamerioux
his mark. 45-5t
NOTICE.
NOTICK IS HKRKBY GIVEN
lhal thirty days after date I intend
\ to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a
I license to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following lands situate
in the District 0f Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, iu Block
4593;
Commencing nt a post planted at
or near where Ihis claim joins Wm.
A. Kerr's claim on south-west cornei
post ou east boundary of Block
I5!).'i and being the iiorlll-wcst corner
posl of Chas. Gruwell claim;, thenco
easl 8ft chains; thence south 80
chains; Ihence wesl 8ft chains, thence
mu Hi so chains to a point of commencement, making filft acres, more
or less.
Located this 23rd.dav of October,
1011,
Hoy Allen, Agent for
Chas. Qruwell, Locator.
Witness:—
Baptiste X Lamerioux
his mark. 15-51
NOTICE,
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN
that thirty days alter date 1 Intend
to apply to tbe 1 Ion. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a
license to prospect for coal ami petroleum un tbe following lands situate
in tlw District of Soul beast Koo-
N-iiuv, British Columbia, in Block
1593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near where this claim joins .Ino.
Macdir.nis' claim on cast boundary id
Block 1593 and being the* south-east
corner post of Eloise MacGinniss
claim; thence west 80 chains; thenco
north 80 chains; thence easl 80
chains; thence south 80 chains ta a
point of commencement, making 6lft
acres, more or less.
Located this 30th day of October,
1911.
Roy A len, Agent for
Eloise MacGinniss, Locator.
Witness:—
Baptiste X Lamerioux
his mark. 15-51
NOTICE.
NOTICE LS HEREBY OIVKN
that thirty days after date 1 intend
to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner nt Lands and Works for a
license to prospect for coal and pet*
roleum on the following lands situate
n the District of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block
4598;
Commencing at a post planted al or
near, this   claim Joins B. J. Kit/ger-
ald's claim, post planted one      mile
north    ou east boundary of      Block
1593 ami being the south-west corner
post   of   Jno.       MacGinnis'    claim;
1 thence north 80 chains, thence    east
I Su chains, t hence    south 8ft chains,
i thence west 80 chains to a point    ot
commencement,    making   f.tn  acres,
more or less.
Located Ihis 30th day of October,
1911,
Roy Allen, Agent for
Jno. MacGinnis, Locator.
Witness:—
Baptiste X Lamerioux
his mark. 45-5
NOTICK.
NOTICK IS IIKREBY GIVEN
that thirty days after date I intend
to apply to the Hon. Chief Conimis-
it ner of Lands and Works fnr &
iccn.se to prospect for coal and pet- [
roleum on the following lands situate
in the District of Southeast Koolenay, British Columbia, in Block |
-1593: j
Commencing at a post planted at
or near where this claim Joins Win.'
A. Kerr claim or. cast boundary of
Block 1503 nntl being the north-east
corner post ol Chas. Gruwell claim;'
ihencc south 8ft chaii.s; thence west
80 chains; thence nt rth 8ft chains;
thence east 80 chains to a point ot
commencement, making 010 acres,
more or less.
Located Ibis     -1-Hh day of October,
1011.
Roy Allen, Agent for
Chas. (iruwell, Locator.
Witness—
Baptiste X Lamerioux
his mark. 45-51
NOTICE.
NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVKN
that thirty days alter date I Intend
to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works lor a
license to prospect for coal and petroleum on the lollowlng lands situate
in tlie District ot Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block
•1593:
Commencing al a post planted at
or near 1 east of Wm. A. Kerr claim
on east boundary of Block 45!*;-) and
lieing the northeast corner post ol
Eloise MaeOinnis' claim;vtltence south
8ft chains; thence west 80 chains;
thence north 80 chains; thence easl
8ft chains lo a point 0! commencement, making 610 acres, more or
less.
Located this 80th day of Ootober,
pill.
Roy Allen, Agent for
Eloise MacGinnis, Locator.
Witness:--
Dapti'.le X Lamerioux
his mark. 45-5t
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVKN
that thirty days after date I intend
tb apply to the Hon. Chief Committing the si uth-easf corner post of
license lo prospect for coal and petroleum on tire following lands situate
In the District of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block
4503:
Commenting at a post planted at
or near I east of Wm. A. Kerr claim
on east boundary of block 1593 ai.d
sioner of Lands of Works for a
Kloise MacO-hials' claim; thenco
south So chains, ihence west sr
chains, Ihencc north 80 chains
thence easl so chains to a point of
commencement, making 640 acres,
more i r less.
Located Ihis    30th dav of Octobe
1911.
Boy Allen, Agent for
Kloise MaeOinnis, Locator.
Witness:—
Baptiste X Lamerioux
his mark, 45-51
NOTICK.
NOTICE LS HEREBY GIVEN
that thirty days after date. I iutend
to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works fnr a
license to prospect, for coal and petroleum 011 the following lands situate
in the District 0f Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block
4593:
Commencing at a posl planted at
ur near where ibis claim Joins
BGUth-cast corner of II iv Bennett's claim on east boundary ot
Block 1503 and being the south-west
corner posl of D -1 FiUgeraW
claim, Ihence north 80 chains.
lhci.ee east Ku chains, Ihence south
80 chains, thence west Rn chains to .
poini of commencement, making 641
acres,   more or less.
Located Ibis 30th dav 0f Octobci
ion.
Boy Allen, Agent for
D. J. Fitzgerald, Locator.
Witness:—
Baptiste X Lamerioux
his mark. 45-61
NOTICE.
NOTICK LS IIKREBY OIVEN
that thirty days after dale I intend
lo apply to the Hun. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a
license to prospect for coal aifd petroleum on the following lands situate
iu the District of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, tn Block
1593:
Commencing af. a post planted a*.
or near re-staking of claim N«- 1383,
this post planted in south-wesl ba
east boundary ol Block 4598 and being tbe northeast corner posl ol
M. T. Raburg claim, thence west 89
chains; thence north 80 chain-*,
tbena? east 80 chains: thence south
fift chains to a poi.-.t of commencement, making sift aercs, more or
less.
Located this 2*trd day of October,
1911.
Roy Allen, Agent tor
M. T. Raburs. Locator.
Witness:—
Baptiste X Lamerioux
his mark. 45-61
NOTICE.
NOTICE LS HEREBY GIVEN
that thirty day.*, after date I Intend
to apply to the lion. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a
license to prospect for coal and petroleum on tlie following lands sHoate
in the District of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block
1593:
Commencing at a 1" st planted at OI
near where this claim Joins the
south-cast corner ol M. T. Raburg
claim in east boundary of Block 1583
and being the south-west corner oi
Wm. A. Kerr claim; thence east 8(
chains; theme north 80 chains
thence west 8ft chains, thei.ee south
80 chains to a point ol commence
ment, making 610 acres, mon* to
less.
Located this 2ftth day of October,
1911.
Roy Allen, Agent tor
Wm. A. Kerr, Locator
Witness:—
Baptiste X Lamerioux
his mark. 45-51
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GlVKN
that thirty days after dale 1 intend
to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands am] Works f0f a
license to prospect for coal and petroleum on tlw following lands situate
in the Districl t,t Southeast Koolenay, British Columbia, in Block
4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near re-staking if claim 1331,
this post planted in south-east corner on cast boundary of Block 1593
and being] the south-east corner post
of Arthur Perham claim; tbei.ee west
so chains, t-iience north su chains,
theme cast so chains; thenco sout'n
8ft eliains to a point of commencement, making lilO acres, more 01
less.
Located this 23rd dav of Ootober,
inn.
Roy Allen, Agent for
Arthur Perham, Locator,
Witness:—
Baptiste X Lamerioux
bis mark. 45-5t
NOTICE    is   HEREBY     GIVEN
ihat thirly days after dale 1 intend
0 apply to tho Hon Chlel Commis-
it-tici uf Lands and Works for a
license to prospect for coal and petroleum OO Uw following lands siUtale
in tlw District t,l SoUtlwast Koo
tenaj, British Columbia, In Blmk
lina*.
Commencing at a post planted at
.•t neai This claim joins Chas.
Qcuwetl's claim on stuth-weti coiner, on cast h«..indi*m ol Etock
1593, and hein^ the north-west cornel posl 1 ( 11 .1 Cummlngs' claim,
thence cast su .hams, thence south
SO chains, then..' west sn chains.
thence notth 89 chains to a point ol
commencement, making 640 acres,
mora or   less.
Located this, 23rd d.tr ol October,
1911
Hoy Allen, Agent for
IL .1. Cummings, Locator.
Witness —
Baptiste X Lamerioux
bis mark. 45-5t
NOTICE
NOTICE IS HKRKBY. OIVKN
tba*. thirty ,uj.- after date 1 intend
0 apply 10 the Hon. Chief Commis-
Kin-r of Lands and Works lor a
license to prosper for coal and peV
rotcum on tht following lands tHuate,
in the District ot Southeast Koo-
lenay, British Colombia, in Block
IW3:
lutiiim-ncing at a pi-st planted at
..I near re.staking ut claim No 1345,
this post plant-ed south-west corner
■•:. east boundary of 4593 and being
the ncrth-west corner post ot Mason
Hatrjrg claim,' thence north 80
rt*ains, thence east 60 chains, tlienee
south 80 chains, thence west 80
bains to a porat of cnraniencpment,
;ia»;ing 6*0 acres, more or less.
Located this SSrd dav of October,
1911.
Roy Allen, Agent for
H. Mason Raburg, Locatoi
Witoessc—
Baptiste X Lamerioux
his mark. 4:V5t
NOTICE.
NOTICE    IS   HEREBY     OIVEN
that llm n   days alter date I   intend
apply   to the Hon chief Commissioner   of Lands   nntl   Works    for a
license to prospect   for coal and jH-t-
roleiim on the following lands situate
in the District of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, In Block
4593:
Commencing at • pott planted at
or near where this claim joins the
north-west corner nl claim No. Km78
ot.'east boundary of Block 1593 ami
being lhe south-east COmCt DOtt of
II. Mason Italnirg claim, th-nce wesl
8ft chaii.s. thence mirth 80 chains,
thenco east 80 chains, thence SOUlfa
80 chains to a point of commencement, making 610 acres, more 01
less.
Located this lst dav of November,
LIU.
Roy Allen, Agent for
H  Mason Raburg, Locator,
Witness:—
Baptiste X Lamerioux
his mark. 45-51
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
bat IhillJ days att£f daie I intend
«> apply to the Hon. Chief Cumlnis-
..:... of 1.-;..: and Works for a
license to prospect for coal ai.d jjet-
rotafO on Ibe folluwtD***, lands situate
D the District of Southeast Koo-
tenay, British Columbia, in Block
1511:
Commencing at a post planted at
>r war 1 Utile east ot tlie M mtte
{Kttt ot the west boundary line of
Block IMS, and being the N. E. corner post of Chas. Flake's claim,
thence running west M chains.
thence south 8ft chain*, then©* east
80 chains, theme north 80 chaii.s to
,t point ol commencement, making
140 SOreS, more or less
Located this Ksth day ot October,
IIU,
A. W   Belden, Agent f«-r
Chas. Kiske, Locator.
Witness:—
Baptiste X Lamerioux
bis mark. *l5-5l
NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
that thirty days afler date I intend
to apply to the Hot.. Chief CumtniB-
m< ne 1 of Lands aid Works for a
license to protocol for coal and petroleum on tbe following lands situate
in tbc District of Southeast Koo
tenav, British Columbia, in Block
4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 1 mile east ol the -"« mile
post ol ton west boundary line ol
Block 4593 ami being the S W. corner
post tt Chas Fluke's claim, ihence
running north 80 chains, thence east
80 chains, thence south 8ft chains,
theneewc-st 80 chains to a point ol
commencement, making 810 acres,
more or less.
Located this 17th day of October,
I'Ol.
A   W.   Beldcn, Agent lor
Chas   Kiske, Locator.
Witness:—
Baptiste X Lamerioux
hit mark. 4Mt THE   CRANBROOK   HERALD
Oh, You Snow Plough!
Wasn't that a Dandy ?
City Fathers evidently believe in
patronizing HOME INDUSTRY
MIGHTY GOOD PRINCIPLE
Let everybody follow their example
and when looking about for
XMAS
GOODS
Call and see what our stock contains in
suitable lines for Seasonable Gifts.
TOYS      CHINAWARE
FURNITURE
I
Cranbrook
Co-Operative Stores
REDUCTION     IN    PRICE   OF CEMENT.
in November, mm, it was announced that the price ol cement hail
been reduced. That announcement
was admitted by many as corroborative ot the opinion that the merging
ol tlie cement interests in Canada
would prove a good thing lor the
public.
The theory ol a consolidation such
ns the Canada Cement company
Ihat tlie consolidated Interests are iu
n position to snoot economy In production and distribution.
That tho Canada Cement company
are working upon the idea ol Increasing consumption 'by lowering
prices, ratlier than curtailing production and obtaining liigln-T prices, ii
clearly shown by its president's re
port to the shareholders at the last
annual meeting when he stated: "It
is conlidoutly expected that the Increased demand and Increased output
will result In lurtlier savings in Uw
cost ol manufacture and distribution,
and it is Ibe policy ol your (II
lectors lo give your customers Ihc
benefit of these reductions."
This is further evidenced Ity the
announcement, which was made on
November lst, 1811, ol a still lur-
Iher reduction in the price ol cement.
Tlie reduction in some districts is
llle. per barrel, and in others 6c. On
Ihi' whole it will probably average
7c. per barrel, This reductior.—with
llir reduction made last year—means
a very largo saving to the cement
consumers ol Canada.
We trust that lhe expectations of
lower cost voiced by tlie president of
lhe Canada Cement company, will be
realised aggin next year, so that the
company may continue its policy of
giving the bcnelit ol these reductions
in iis customers—thereby enlarging
llie uses lu whicli cement may be
pul
I
SMALU-MoEACHEBN.
At high    noon on Wednesday, Nov.
l.llli, the home ol Mr. and Mrs. M.
i McEachern was the seen* ol a pret-
j ly and    li.leresting   wedding,    when
iheir   daughter    Lcilna Mae       was
nailed   in marriage wilh Kred       A.
Small, customs   officer ol Kingsgate,
THE FEMALE WAGE-EARNER.
"Is it possible Inr a female wage*
carner to saw turn her monthly
wage an amount which iii the aggregate will he snll'K'it-iii iii provide her
with an income Irom lhe time her
earning days arc over?" was recently
the subject ol au Interesting discus-
si.ili at a women's club, and tbe con*
elusion cdiie In was. thai il ihc
wage-earner were earning less Ihan
jniu a year this would lie extremely
difficult. r'or Hie purpose nf illus
trillion, the period ol accumulation
was assumed li la- Irom -■! lo till,
and tbe amount nl capital required
Jli.llllll, in order to yield an income nf
$300 a year, whieli was considered
lo he lhe minimum uiuoui.i ou
which she could maintain hersell
with eomtorl awl respectability. All
this may bc quite true. Hut there is
another plan nl iiivestmeiii nf wbieh
lhe ladies had evidently not beard,
namely, the Canadian Government
Annuities system, wbieh is not only
absolutely sale, but which wil give
a much larger reliiru fnr n much
smaller investment, and larger it
mav he said limn any other plan
available will give as a means nl
making provision fnr nlil age.
fr'or example, if a woman . f S3
were lo deposit with the governmenl
yearly the   sum   of tM.il until   she
was IIU.  whieli she could (In Iiy weekly or monthly Instalment* il she pre-
ADD TO YOUR
Hired, or a total ol $1151.88 only,
tlu* government would pay l»*r $3M» a
yi'nr or %!?* every three months Bn
long as slu* might live Irom and alter
■ ii<t. II slu* died More attaining
that age, Un- total payments made
with :*J per cent compound interest
i would In* refunded to her heirs. If she
died at r»H ihey would receive
52125.77, or (1052.37 more than slu-
Inn) paitl in up to thut time.
II slit* had no one depeiideitt upon
lur ai.tl was concerned about herself
only, she eoiihl secure under the "H"
plan tin' same ('tinrttrly uu'oiii*: rf
$75 for an annual payment ol $2.Mi7,
i.i for a total paitl in of $|097.79—a
u-arly return lor Hie mi matter how
long that may Ih* of nearly Hit per
cent td the sum Invested.
Mark tin* enormous dluerciu-e: on
the one hand she would require at tilt
a capital ol StiOttu invested at 5 per
eeirt to yiehl her an income of $*liiti,
with JI tin- accompanying anxiety ol
making safe Investments, white on
the otlier hand she could provide the
Mime income for about one-fifth of
lira purchase money spread in easy
payments over the accumulating prr-
i,i in ninety-nine cases out of
,ni* hundred she would not, having re*
aid to the recurring temptation to
..se Die money, have the capital at
nu which Would In* necessary to give
the income. You have only to write
(postage tree; to the Superintendent
of Canadian Government Annuities,
Ottawa, to obtain lull information in
regard lo ibis provident scheme.
PERSONAL
ADORNMENTS
By the list of Newbro's Her.
pickle.
I   A pretty woman may enhance    her
.beauty and    a plain woman    become
j good look ini; by the proper care of
her hair.
| Nice hair, pretty hair, growing on
tne head it adorns, is anv of nature's
greatest beautiflers
j Tlie kind ct hair which always
makes us look the second time, follows the   use ot Newbro's llerplcidi',
I and is possible for every woman
Itegttlar applications of Herpiclde
kill    the   hair-destroying      dandruff
' germ, keep the hair from coming out
and add     to it* that luxuriance, snap
'and luster which arc essential to hair
i beauty.
| Newbro's llerpicide is the Original
sealp prophylactic. All other hair
remedies claiming to kill the dandntd
germ are simply trying to trade Upon
[ llie reputation of genuine IIerpl:ide.
Applications may he obtained      al
' good barber  slu ps and hair dressers.
'   Send 10c in postage to The lh*rpt
'eide Co., Dept, R., netrolt. Mich.,
lor sample and booklet.
One dollar si/e bottles sold by all
ilrutiiiists tinder an absolute guarai.-
tce.
Ileal tie-Murphy Co., Ltd , Special
Agents.
FOR A LONG LIFE
Those Interested, Please Read
Fresh air and exercise, with proper
food and a sufficient amount of sleep,
ar* the essentials.
Under such a regime, of living,
germs cannot develop, and many diseases are prevented.
Should tha system require a tonle,
take only such a. you know their Ingredient.—such I. vinol, which It a
delicious combination of the health-
giving properties of the cods' livers,
with all the useless grease eliminated
and tonic Iron added, happily blended
In a mild, medicinal wine.
For thi. reason Vinol I* regarded
a. on* of the greatest body builder,
and lnrlgorutors for aged people. It
Invigorates and builds them np. and
keep* them up.
We sell Vinol with the undemanding Mini If It does not give a.tlaf.c-
tlon the pi-ice will be returned.
Oraiibroo'i Drug and Book Co.,
Cranhrook. u.c.
B.C., by Rev. 0. 0, Main. Th.
bride was supported by Iht Irieud,
Miss I,. M. Scott, and the groom hy
Vernon I.. Ilailcy, ol Bastport,
Idaho. Miss iMi-Kachcrn entered the
room on her lather's arm, tastetully
dressed in a going away suit of navy
blue ami picture hat. Alter the
ceremony a dainty luncheon was
served, and Ihc young couple's health
was enthusiastically honored. The
heavily laden table (I beautiful gilts
testified to the popularity ol the
young couple, both ot whom are
highly esteemed in t'ranbrook, where
ihe bride bas served faithfully as a
very capable nurse, and where the
groom is well known and' has many
relatives and friends.
Mr ami Mrs. Small left ou the
Flyer tor Spokane, and other points,
and or. their return will live in
Kingsgate, B.C., where Mr. Small is
a very popular customs officer.
 1
"1 do not believe there Is any other medicine so good lor whooping
cough as Chamberlain* Cough Remedy," writes Mrs. Francis Turpin,
.lunation City, Ore. This remedy i.
also unsurpassed tor colds and croup.
For sal. by all dealers. 44-tl
ANOTHER PIONEER GONE
TRAGIC   DEATH    OF    WILLIAM
DOIJLL, AN EARLY RESIDENT OP FORT STEELE.
Another of the rapidly dwindling
Irand of pioneers of South Kast Koolenay passed away last Friday, under rather tragic circumstances. Tht
funeral of that highly rcupected Kort
Steele pioneer, James (Irant, whose
demise was reported ir. these columns
two weeks ago, was in progress at
the church in Fort Steele. Among
the spectators, was an old time ac-
iiuaiutance ol Uh* deceased, William
Doiill, who was suddenly observed to
sink to the ground. Cpon friends
rushing to his assistance, he was
fitiind to have breathed his last,
heart failure haunt supervened.
William Ootill wus a native of
the Orkney Islands. He
eame    to       Kort      Steele       many
mmib&az %
Hi
33
The
Reason
Why
Our
Clothing
Business
is increasing
so rapidly
is on
account of
SUPERIORQUALITY
EXTREMELY
FAIR PRICES
QUICK, CAREFUL
SERVICE
AND
ABSOLUTE GUARANTEE
OF SATISFACTION
How about
that
Christmas Suit
or
Overcoat ?
SUITS PRICED
$8.00 to $35.00
OVERCOATS PRICED
$8.00 to $30.00
years ago and was lor some years in
the employ of the Ilmtstm Hay
company at Ivdmonton, Alta.
lie was a sadiler by trade,
and also followed that calling for a
time in Kort Steele. Sulisegueiitly
he engaged in fanning, disposing if
his ranch some tew years ago lo A.
11. Fenwick.     He was 7:i years      ol
ag*
Th* Mineral   took place on Monday
ol this week.
VIO.'ROLLINS, Mgr.
SAVE OVER $25
WHEN BUYING YW
RANGE
THIS FALL.   WMn\
$4t°~°
TO
$4925
f5WNA» WE PA*™ FREIGHT
You Can Buy "DOMINION PRIDE19 RANGE At Factory Price
Direct From The Large*-*! Malleable Range Works ta Caaaaa
IP you want to save from %is to fju, and at the same time (jet ttic most aalisfactory kitchen range mule, write
for our Catalogue ami look into the merit** of the "DON I MON 1'RIDK," at from %\\ to JL49
If we wiil you Identically tlw umc range in the usual way, through a dealer, you would have lo par
from |6q to f78 for it.   Vou would 1"- paving two extra profit!— to wholesaler and retailer—which would add
$25 to $30 to the cost of your range, but absolutely nothing to
ita value.
The Evalatlea al
tlw Cat* Sam"
TK 1,1*8    about
cook lag from
Hit lime tlie
Cave   Dweltcra
dropped hot alones
into ttit polio bolt
It. It alio telli all
about "bomlnloa
Pride" feaagea.
Whether you need
a Raeife Jiiit now
or aol you will
mjuy leading thu
book,
Write lar Free few.
BesMea coating much leM than other  wages la  lu claas,  tbe
. 11MINION PRIOR" la mach mate aallatactary.   It la ■••.* of taafb,
.ir.ru. nalkable iraa aad Ihe Utf Um p.llihti mmI-mouHal. whkkwOt
wot warp, crack ae Waah.
The fM.itt.hri! ateel d«ci aol need blachlag—almp.jr rub It over with a
cloth. With Itt cold rolled aterl pkle oven-aectloaal Itoa Ire baa llalag,
wilh air chaaibera-anil double-walled tinea liaed wllh aalxatoa-ltia
"liuMINION I'M I UK" Uthcaaoat ecoaotulcal laaieyotiraabov. Actual
teiu have proved thai li tavaa over 304 af tern, twialai either wood
or coal.
WE PAY THE FREIfiafT
A "DOMINION mm!*' Range, wllh high ctoeel shelf sad attested
laak or flush retwrvolr, with aloe iheet to go aader raage, • aecttwaa
blue pollihe-1 alrel |.iiie aad two elbowa, will he delivered lo aev nation ta
OnUilo. Quebec or lhe Mat It Ime Province* for f«l. or lo aajr atatloa la
ihe four Weatera Pruvlnceafor UM& to be teat wllh order aad balaara to
he paid when llie faiife I. delivered al your Helton.   M aol a "
pa? «* *
Canada Malleable & Steel Range Mfg. Co, Limited, Oshawa, Ont
Whoa writing It will bo a dbtJact favnv tn ua if raw will naantinn able aaawr. ?
Cranbrook Steam Laundry
We are now ready to do all kinds of laundry
work quickly and by the most approved sanitary methods.
" FIEE MENDING '" «ll «e«tU,nu>»*. apparel.
* Laundry promptly culled tor and deliver.,!.
* Watch for tli* atuionne*a*eat it our Formal
OPENING DAY (or tba Ladies of Cranbrook.
* Iiiapeotion of the tirucral  I'aUic invited at
any timo.
* tientlcmen I Don't forget w* *ew your but
ton* on FREE I
* GIVE US A TRIAL   PHONE 55.
Cranbrook Steam Laundry
********************
COMING
WILLIAM'S
JUBILEE SINGERS
.In*! returned from it success.
ful tour of Europe
i A Double Quartette, All Star* ;
1 t'nder tho auspices of The'
! Men* Club at the i
AUDITORIUM
: Saturday, Nov. 25th:
POPULAR   PRICta
50 cents, 7", rents and $1.01)
Plan  ..|*n. at BMtlN^Muruhy'.   I'm. '
S,,..". Wnlnralaa. Nnaitbar Onl
4********************'
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The   |
Palm   i
llcK.V   A   .JA.'.a.i.*;
i , ' '
Arrange to meet your
* Mends here z
Afternoon
Teas
■   SaadwkbM a Specialty   :
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I'lione : Seyniuur 71180
Granville
Palace Hotel
ROLLINS BHOS., Proprieton
1221 Granville Street
Two hundred eleKnully furnished rooms. Every modern
convenience. Elevator service, Cafe in connection. Rooma
$1.00 iwr tiny and upwards.
Up.foiintry visitor* lo the Terminal City will lind evory
convenience and comfort at the Granville falac, »|a linl
iill.-ntiou being |>aid to their wants.
umi*1
It's   the Slime t'lace
The Place tbnt is Popular
Hood us tho Best
Better than the Best
The Cosmopolitan
If yon .'(inn. unci',
Vou will come ii|*uiii.
E. II. SMALL, l'lmi'Hiiiniu
THB
QUEEN'S HOTEL
II. I.. BTKPHBNS, Prop.
CALGARY, Alberta
The Hotel with "The Reputation"
You'll get your Money's Worth.
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