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Array THE CRANBROOK HERALD
VOLUME 16
CRANBROOK,    BRITISH COLUMBIA,
THURSDAY, OCTOBER J9tll. l!l| I
NUMBER H
Girls  and Children's
Clothing
We carry a complete range of Coats,
Dresses, Hosiery, Underwear, Sweaters,
Jaeger's Knitted Goods, Gloves and Mitts
of thoronghly dependable quality at very
reasonable prices.
**ee*5)
DON T think of the Kdison Phonotfrapb juit tt I reproducer •(
topical songs or band selections. Iti freit value tl a hom«
entertainer is its versatility.
Take the present popularity of danclnjt. With tn EDISON io
your home, you may have a deli**litfu1 dance as often as you like,
witb music that a millionaire could not improve.
You can have all the latest dances—Waltz Hesitation, One
Step, Maxixe, Three Step, Boston—played by the finest bands tad
orchestras, with the tempo set by the masters of dancintf to tbat
you ffet the exact rhythm.
Or—if you prefer the regular waltzes and two-steps, you say
choose from many when you have the Edison.
Or—you may have a nijfht at the opera—a vaudeville or musieal
comedy evening—and on Sundays, enjoy "the hymns that live" aa
•un*j hy iou! Inspiring quartettes.
There's a winter's entertainment and a winter's delight ia taa
^EDISON
PHONOGRAPH
(THE INSTRUMENT WITH THE DIAMOND POINT)
EDISON DEALERS IN CRANBROOK
Tbe Beattie Murphy Co. Limited. Cranbrook Drug A Book
"FRUIT SALT"
The Household Remedy
I.W A V S   l.«*r;i ii bntile  of Eno's in
the home in reaainaM fot an emergency.
i There is not tin* least tinnier of any  ill
rfTect or Improper use in any case, aa its action
is entirely fn accord with Nature.
Eno's "Fruit  Salt"   contains  the   valuable
conttilut-nts of ripe fruit in a portable, agreeable
and simple   form, nnd ia in every   respect as
hnrtnlni nn the jukes of the fruits from which
it is obtained.
Sold in   all the principal towna and citiea of
Canada.
J-Vtywrtd ont) by
I C. ENO, Ui, "Frail fait" Werfc»,Leerlsa, Eat.
Aftntr. for Caa*da:
Harold K. Kite hi r At«.-■.•!■!!••
toMeCaulli, TORONTO
War News
If you wish (o read
the war news with
comfort get a pair of
WILSON'S scientifically fitted glasses.
If lhe print blurs and
one letter runs into
Ihe other aud your
eyes give you pain
and discomfort, you
are straining them
and glasses ure needed
Neglect of Nature's
warnings will bring
serious eye ailments.
Don't risk your sight.
Come in and we'll tell
you where the trouble
lies.
W. H. Wilson
Optician
FOROTEB CKANKIMMrK
LADY PASSES AttAV
Mrs. J. F. Armstrong luld t<» llest in
Boss Bay Cetpfclery, Victoria
earn with
li ot Mrs
•Hired  ut
Oranbrook citizens will
profound regret of the de.
J. f. Armstrong, which t
Victoria,   British   Columbia,  on   the
80th inst,    Mra, Armstrong wns lifter 84th year.   During the deceased
lady's  residence  in  Cfanbrook,   she
took a prominent pari In church t.r-
fiiirs.      being      an      Indefatigable
worker of the church  of  England.
Muny  wero tha expressions ol  regret on ull sides win ii the news reached tlie city of her demise.
The remains were laid to rest in
Hoss Bay cemetery, Victoria, on
tbursday, October -"ud The funeral
cortage loft tin* residence ut :' p.m.,
and wended it:; way to Christ Church
cathedral, where service was conducted by the very Rov. Dean Doull,
assisted by tlte itev. II. 0, Dawe. The
hymns "On tlu* Resurrection Morn"
TOWN TOPICS
j    Jas. Finlay spent the week-end at
his home in Cranbrook.
P.  BURNS & CO., LTD.
Packers and Provisioned
BUTTER
Nc*w Zen Uml and Shamrock Cresntery-
4tlt* pur lh. or 8 Ibi.for 78c.
Empress Crown Dreamery—
8So per lb, or 8 lbs foi1 (1.00
PURE LARD-3'h.  55c;  6's, 86c;  I0*s* I !
11.701 20's, |S 80. w
COMPOUND LARD-S's, 45c; 6't, ?5c;
10's, |1.46; 20's, $3.50.
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦   ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦««
1    Dr. Miles Is moving into his newly \
. erected realdence this week.
j G. Krickson passed through the city
| Wednetiday on bis way from Canal I
Flats to Creston.
Mrs. George H. Thompson who has j
been seriously ill in the St. Eugene
hospital, is reported convalescing,
Mrs. A- A. MacKinnon left on Sun-
j day afternoon for Vancouver. She
! was accompanied by her son Clyde.
A. B. Macdonald returned on Saturday from Fernie. where be spent
the week In attendance at the assizes.
Mrs. Wm. Haslam and Miss Rose
i Jones left the first of the week for a
': short visit with friends in Calgary
and Lethbridge.
j The regular monthly meeting of the
I Methodist Church Ladies Aid will be
1 held at the home of Mrs. J. O. Mc-
' Bride, Garden avenue, Wednesday af-
: ternoon, November 4th at 3 p.m.
The Women's Institute will meet
i In Carmen's hall on Tuesday, November 3rd at 3 p.m. A demonstration
will be given by Mrs. John Shaw.
"Short Bread" will be the subject.
M. E. Collins, formerly accountant
for the C.P.R. in the local superintendent's office, was over front Loth'-.
! bridge on his holidays this week
j spending a few days In the city.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Brown and son
; Ray. left tlte first of the week for
, Canal Flats for n fortnight's hunting
land outing, Mr. Brown enjoying Ms
annual holiday from tlie local train
j despatched office.
Anniversary services in the Baptist church: The meetings on Sunday
' will be of special character in the
i matters of music and speaking. Dr.
1 Spencer, of Vancouver, will be the
preacher.
Ralph Palmer, who lias been con-
1 ducting the Fink Mercantile Co.'s
branch store nt null River, returned
to thc eity this week, thc company
having decided to temporarily close
their store at that point,
All members of tlte Cranbrook
branch of the St. John's Ambulance
Corps are specially requested to attend the next meeting on Wednesday
evening. November the 4th at the
home of Mrs J. Hi King. The members ure also requested to turn ln
any work they muy have out.
and "How Bright The
Spirits Shine," were sung. There
were many present, including a number of former Crnnbrook residents.
Many floral tributes covered tlte casket. The pallbearers were: Messrs.
G. D. Christie. U. U RogerB, M. J.
Little, J. E. Itlsser, W. H. Pennock
and A. McKowan.
Mrs. M. A. Beajo, of this city, a
daughter of the deceased, was present at the funeral and returned to
Crnnbrook on Tuesday night. Another married daughter (resides
the coust.
The sympathy of the community
goes out to Mr. Armstrong, who for
years was the government agent in
this district, and who is held in high
by the residents of this district.
WELCOMED HOME
TO ( I.AMii.OPK
Mr. and Mrs. \\. F. Attridge Arrive
After Extended Honeymoon
Trip
Mr. and Mrs. \V. F, Attridge arrived
home on Wednesday from an extended
honeymoon trip during which they
visited various citiea in the United
States and Canada.
Mr, Attridge left Cranbrook about
four months ago ostensibly to visit
old Mends In Water town, Ont., and
not even his closest friends were
aware of his intention to become a
benedict until after his departure.
William F, Attridge and Miss Olive
A. Sankey, of Pittsburg, I'eim., wore
married at the home of the bride's
mother, Mrs. F. L, Sankey, In Pittsburg on Tuesday, August llth, 1914,
by the Rev. Alfred Fletcher. D.D., pastor of the First Methodist church of
tbat city, On account of the illness
of the bride's mother at the time the
wedding wus quiet, only a few Intl-
Ulorlous  mate friends being present.
The happy young couple immediately started on tlieir wedding trip,
first visiting Toronto, and then taking
a boat trip down the St. Lawrence
visiting Montreal, Que., then going to
New York. They then spent some
time at Atlantic City. After their
stop at the great summer resort they
started on their hnmewar
DAXCE A SUCCESS
shimliL* nt the   Auditorium   Brought
.. Out u Number of Curios
By the look of the dancing floor at
the Auditorium last night one would I
suppose that t'ranbrook consisted of
nothing but down and outers—from
tlte lowest station of seunt life to tlie
elevated and airy heights of common
or ordinary loafer.    The choosing of
prize winners must have been a mat-,
ter   of   roBponalbtllty,   as  at   least   a
dozen   were told to fall out of the
grand   parade  and  show  themselves
Miss  Tremblay  and  Mr.   Medley   La- j
Jole,   obtained   the   blue  ribbons  of j
trampdora—•and well they deserved it
—their parts were perfeet.
The dance was a great success uud
everyone seemed to enjoy it. and It
is  to   be  hoped  that another   will   be '
given Inter on. as most of us can afford these    kind   of   clothes.     The
music,   which   was   supplied   by   the
Cranbrook   orchestra,   elicited   very'
many   encores   and   was   thoroughly
good and reliable; und the Sunshine;
club lu supplying the supper necessities Rave* good satisfaction  and contributed iu no small way to the general success of the evening.
The advertisements in the store
windows anounclng the dance were,
we   understand,   drawn   by   Mr.    \
fairbairn, and the work Is very clev*
Jonrnoy, I fir*y  done:   fn  consonance  was  his
visiting    some    of    Mrs.    Attridge'
HEATH OK .JOHN WOLF
Former   Cniiibrot-lt   Citizen   Passes
Ah ay ut Fori Steele
It is with sincere rogrot thnt we
chronicle tlie death of John Wolf,
which occurred at Fort Steele on
Sunday last. Mr Wolf was fu
his 75th year. Deceased had been in
falling health for some time past and
of late lias been compelled to retire
from active business.
Mr. Wolf was well known in Crnnbrook and district, having for years
conducted a ^hoc-making establishment on Armstrong avenue, on the
•site now occupied by the P. Bunts
plant. The deceased was of a quiet
disposition, going his way and pursuing his usual avocatioan. Cranbrook old timers sincerely regret to
learn of his demise, and they bow
their heads In humble submission to
the omnipotent will of an All-Wise
Creator. Besides his widow he leaves
two sons to mourn his loss.
The funeral took place Tuesday
afternoon from the undertaking parlors of W. It. iieatty, Cranbrook
street, interment heing at Fort
Steele.
The Crnnbrook Herald joins with
the many sympathizers in the district
fn extending heartfelt sympathy to
the relatives in this, their hour of
sorrow.
friends nt Chicago and  Detroit and
then   Winnipeg,  Kdmonton  and  Cal-
t  gary before arriving in Cranbrook.
j    On Wednesday evening the newly
married  couple   were  .visited   by  a
. lurge number of Mr. Attrldge's for
I mer bachelor friends, who were eager to shower tlieir congratulations on
, the happy benedict nnd at the same
i time express   their   chagrin thut he
I had departed from  their  ranks.    A
! combination  brass hand, augmented
j by several noise   producing   Instru-
; ments In the hands of these friend*
wcre quietly conveyed to the George
Leask   residence,   where   the   newly
weds were cozlly enseonscd.
A clamor suddenly burst forth on
tlie night air which many of tlte citizens mistook Tor an unexpected at-
ack by the Germans. It was also
•lalmed that Mr. Attridge suddenly
"an for cover but he was Boon captured and conveyed around Baker
street and home again In a man-hauled carryall, attended by a torchlight
procession and a vociferous din of applauding nnd heralding torn touts.
It was some charvarl and the Herald wishes to Join with the many
friends of the groom in welcoming
Mr. and Mrs. Attridge to their new
tome in ('ranbrook.
They have taken the Matheson residence on Fenwick avenue and are
now busily engaged in furnishing
their new home.
Id representative dropped in
idltorlum Inst evening while
i was In full swing, and tin
which was foremost In bis
A Good Home
Is what is dear to every man. A home
is where Peace, Comfort, Contentment
and Plenty is found. That is the reason
men throughout British Columbia, when
"Criinlirook" is mentioned think of the
provisions Jos. Brault has made for an
ideal home ut the
Canadian Hotel
The annual meeting (if tho Moral
Reform Council of llrlthili Columbia
l» called to meet In the City ot Victoria on Thnrmlay and Friday. No-
j vomlior r,th and 6th, 1914, In connection with n convention ot the
moral forcea of tlie province la tall.
|ed.
The Herald ben" to acknowledge
HUbucrlptloiiK to the Belgian relief
fund aa follows: Mra. A. C, Harahaw,
|6.p0; Kd. Shackieton, |2.00. Mra. Dr.
J. H. King Ims been collecting "clothing, and other articles for this needy
people and which Is being forwarded
through thc large centres of Canada.
Robb Sutherland, late manager of
the New Westminster News, ls taking
over the management of the Nelson
Dally News from W. Garland Foster,
who expects to go to the front with
the Canadian contingent now being
enlisted. Mr. Foster was a Cranbrook
visitor on Wedncsdny, being on his
way to Femle.
The Cranbrook branch of the St.
John's Ambulance Corps wish to
thank the following ladles for their
kind donations: Mrs. .Inn. Drew, live
pair socks and 1 pair bath towels
Mrs. J. I). McBride, two pair of socks
Mrs. C. A. Dow, two pair of sockB and
ono pair mils; Mlaa Nina McOonlgal,
two pair of aocka.
POULTRY SHOW
IN 1IKCEMBEB
Cranbrook Poultry and I'et Stock Ah.
Hiiclatliin Will Hold Show
This Fall
The Cranhrook Poultry Association
at the last meeting In addition to
buying a cur of feed resolved to hold
a small local show this fall and appointed the executive to be a committee with full powers to carry out
this resolution.
The committee Ims met twice since
then and are arranging for u show the
Ilrst week In December. Owing to the
present state of business they do not
propose to expend much ensh ill
prizes, In fact Intend It to he more In
the nature of a try-out ainonc them-
selves, in preparation for u stronger
attempt next year.
It is hoped thai awards consisting
of ribbons, apodal prixes in kind and
n few cash specials a:
In different elusses and the spirit of
enterprise possessed by the
members of the show will bring
out n good full exhibit of our best
stock on show day.
More details in next Issue.
i'HANIIHOOK'S
SECOND CAM,
I'lilrl)   Men  Will l.euie Sunday for
Vicloriii   List of Tlui.e From
la and II. Companies
dance which, with that of his brot!.
ar, gave rise to a great deal of hilar
Ity.
A   11,1
it the ,'
the dan
thought
mind as lie looked on th,.happy throng
was: What a great little world this
would be If people would only take
'.hlngs   In    the    regular   course   of
avents.   Every countenance laat night
appeared to he core free and .very.
uie "Looked 1'leasant."
The petty thief workl
along the line ot" least resistance. If iu- encounters a Yale
Lock on your front door, he
tries the others.
'I he only mfe house is one
equipped throughout with
Yale Locks.
l'.xamine your locks to-dav
and protect ynur possessions
at once.
It is always the man who is.
considering the advisability
of better protection who ia
robbed.
Yale Locks can be hid it
our store.
F. Parks & Co
Hurdware   ami   Mill   Supplies
Cruubrook, B.C.
Mr. and Mrs. Goo. HoRpnrih lelt
today for Canal Flats In tbeir car.
for a visit with Mr. and Mrs B. H.
Small.
CHURCH COLUMN.
KNOX HtKS|tVTKKl\N CHURCH
Pastor. W. K. Thomson
Annhertary Smlce*
Rev. J. A. Clark. K..V. of Calgary,
will preach.
Morning  service.  II   a.m.   Subject
'Di'matfrlalization."
Kvening service, 7.30 |).m. Subject-
"The Soul's Satisfaction."
Mu-ieal I'l"*rant
Morning
Anthem—A Prayer Handel's Largo
Evening
Anthem—Kvening and Morning
 Sir Herbert  Oakeley
Duet—Glory to Thee My God This
Night    Ch. Gounod
Mrs.  PaU-rson and Mrs. Qt;aln
"A word fitly spoken is like appl*--
of gold in pictures of silver."—Pro v
25:llv.
NOTICK
All persons owing money to the
Herald Publishing Co. nre earnestly
requested to pay same al once at tlie
offlce of the Cranbrook Herald or to
the authorized collector of the company, to provide funds for wages and
other pressing liabilities.
.!. M. Deane.
NO ALUM
►•V*X>IE PLAINUf'^?
Magic
BAKING
POWDE?,
Thirty boys from C. and 1). Companies, Fust Kootenay Light Infantry,
nave answered the call for Cranbrook's quota of volunteers required
In this district for the second contingent. Colonel McKay, recruiting
Officer for Kast and West Kootenay.
lias notified Captains Davies und Tis-
Jale, of C. and D, Companies respectively, to the efTect thut fifteen men j
from each compuny will be required
to represent Cruubrook in tlte second j
muster of men for tlie front. The j
'ranbrook boys have been drilling j
for the past couple of months uud '
iiuve been pretty well Whipped Into J
•jImik.
A farewell smoker will be tendered [
the departing heroes at the jSdlson
theatre on Saturday evening. A
good program is being arranged for
the evening und It Is expected that
•very loyal citizen in the city will be
In attendance.
There will he a church parade next
Sunday morning ut  10 u.m. to the
Presbyterian   church.    Tho  soldiers
pBtakea j leave on train No. 618.
.\ list of men picked from C  and
I). Companies follow:
C. (mu pun j
Col-Sorgt. It. \V. Henry.
Sergt. W. Hnrrlson.
Sergt. J. Scott
Sergt. 0. H Ne«|.>.
Corp. O. Drlatow
Corp. T. Haynes
Corp. A. Duncan,
Lance Corp. P, Adlard
l.ance Corp, A. Hamilton
Private A. N. Ferguson.
I'rivavte p. Sims
Private ll. Mulhern
Private a. Taylor
Private J. A. Ferguson v
Private K. Gummer
0. Company
Sergt. J. Drummond
Corp. J. Marry
Corp, J. K. Mlddleton
Private J. Ogden
Private It. Lismer
Private R. Mills
Private A. Glllmore
Private J. |,a Page
Private J. J. Smith
Private \V. IS. Anderson
Private G. Muzerol
Private 11. Krskiiie
Private S. W. Grow
Private It,  D. Hlpley
Private A. Steplieuij
There were eighty volunteers in
Cranbrook thin week when the call
was nmde for the second Canadian
contingent.      J._'#Xi.   ,    'A2m.
CATHOLIC CHl'BCH
! Sundays—Low ntaf»s at S:30 am.
■ high mass, 10:30 am.; Sunday School
! from 2 to 3 p.m ; Kosary and Benediction at 7:30. p.m.
Mondays and holy days of obligation— Mass at 8 a.m.
P. Plamondon. OM 1
IUPTI.NT CHIHCH
Rev. O. E. Kendall, pastor
Thirteenth anniversary services
Doctor Spencer, preacher.
Morning worship. 11.00k. Topic:
"Building a Church."
Kvening worship, 7 30k. Topic:
"Tlte Greatest Thing in the World."  '
Sunday school, 3.00 p.m.
Tuesday evening the church will
provide "au 01d-Fash|oned Tea" and
concert.
Kvungellsth services will begin on
Wednesday evening,
All  nre invited.
NAM ADS.
lo, per word for first week, and lc. per
word for eacb week after
FOR   RENT*   \   Aft   room   modern
cottage In good location on Garden
avenue; vacant September ISth
Apply W. J. Atchison 3G*tf
>OTM I    Strujfd   lo   my   prentNc*.,
near Mission, about three months
ago, one bull, brand SO. left hip
Owner will kindly pay expenses and
remove ut once.—C.F. McPhee. 44-8*
PON Stl.l. Mcdurj nml heater.
base burner; nearly new; or will
exchange for stove wood. llox
K.P.. Herald, 44-lt*
WtNTKII AT OM'K.-Mgh! ' one.
horse democrat, must bo cheap for
cash. Apply l*°* K,V„ Herald
office, 44-lt
MRS. AND R. IHAYSTRE, KNITTINO
nnd crochet experts, will display
their work at Crowe llros. store
Saturdays from '■'• p.m. ilubies uud
dolls garments a specialty.   44-H*
KOO.tihK   WAXTKD.—Itniim to rent
in private house, furnace heated and
with ull modern conveniences, aud
use of setting room. Apply Herald
office, 44-lt*
HEAVY Tt:\M I'OH BALK, 1IIKF Olt
trade; wilt exchange for dry wood;
either standing or cut and loaded
'in ears. II II Mecleod, llox 803,
Cranbrook. 44*81*
I-OR HA I,IK. lhc pair skates and
hockey boots; hoys riding middle;
Flexible Flyer xled No. 2; Howard
Oina.hu heater, almost new; also
drum ntuchiuciit. Apply Cranbrook
Steam Uuudry.   Phone IU.    44-lt*
:i..-yi- v o*.t»,j—j
CITY TRANSFER CO.
IV. E. Worden, Prop.
66  PHONE  66
Dry Slab Wood
Rick Wood
COAL AND ICE
liui:i.'iif.'i Transfer
Kami ami Gravel Supplied
liianl Ponder
Vimimr I'iumis a Special!)
Kiiriiiluri'   and    Baggage
Stored
.1. mii.xk, Manager
The
HOTEL
COEUR D'ALENE
Spokane, Washington
"Tilt:  HOTEL  WITH  A
I'KKSIINAI.ITV
We believe we
have more reK"-
lar pat rims from
Hritish Columbia
ihan any other
I lotoj in Spokane
On your next trip
to tins eity, let us
show you why
this Is true.
opposite new Union Station. Cloee to all places ot
Interest. Rooms elegantly
furnished.    Rates ns low
as at tha moro ordinary
houses,
Nee Steamship nn lhe Hoof THK CRANBKUtX   HERALD
THURSDAY,   OCTOBER 28th, 19 U
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
W. F.UCKI)
Barrister,    Solicitor,
352 Richards Bt
VANCOUVER, B. 0.
Etc
THOMAS   T.   MECREDY
(Successor to W. P. Gurd)
Barrister,    Solicitor    and
Notary
P. O. Box Soil
CRANBROOK,  B.  I'.
HARVEY, MeCAKTEK
MACDONALD
AMI NISBET
Barristers, Solicitors nnd
Notaries
Mi y la Loan
lni|irrlal  Hunk  building
CRANBROOK, lir.
DR. I'. II. MILES
Dentist
Office In  Hanson  Block
office nouns
ll to 12 u.m.
1 to   t) 11.111.
7 to   8 p.m.
CRANBROOK, B.C.
CRANBROOK   COTTAGE
HOSPITAL
laterally uml Oeneral Nursing
Garden Ave.
Terms on Application
MRS. A. SALMON. .Matron
Phone 269 I'. 0. Box sir,
.1. (J. CUNNINGS
Irrigation l-inginccr
hiilllininii nml  I'ruiinrlul l.nnil
Surveyor
1'. 0. Hon 218     Tolcphono ll«
cranbrook, ne.
I,AI1)LA\V .V: IIEWOLF
rhil nml Minhiir Kngfaeem
If. t'. I.aaii Snrii'jiirs
cranbrook, nr.
IV. I!. IIKATTV
funeral   lllrerlnr
F   JI
. JIACl'HEHSON
Ind
Tinker
Day I'lu
llo  '-'■'.
1 Nlghl I'lione
IS
Norbury
Avo.,
lirst to City Hall
FRANK  PROVENZANO
General .Merchant
Kmploimcnl* AgcilN
1'. 0. Box 10S Phono 244
 CRANBROOK, B.C.
chas. s.
IMItKKK
Forwarding    ami    Distributing
Agent for
l.elhliridue   Coal
\l-lie Powder
liti|ieihi| (Ml Co.
Drajintf und TniiistVrrinif
Given prom
Phon
t attention
3 <>;.
THE
HUME
BAKERY
II
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Fresh
Ilreuil,
Cukes
rien
nnd 1*
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I'hon
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Norhur>
A v..
Opp, I'll
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Headquarter! for all kinds of
Repaln
Natl.fa, lion   <.iinr:.i,lI..I
.101:   MAKAI'lllll
Tlle Hlioo Specialist
Sliiirtliniid.    Stenograph)',
Bniikkee|iiiiir, Elc
on Jloiu Tiien. anil Ilium. Kt'g"
from 7 to 9 o'clock. f.8 per month
at
Kiair Edward's Selinol
Cranhrook, B.C.
Per week
High School coarse      8.60
School  course      2.50
Kindergarten       1.115
Private lessons      1.00
Headmistress:
MIbs V. M. Cherrington
Plione 290
" The Columbia
Orchestra
Box 280
Tcinm on Application
A large amount of correspondence
has beeu crowded out of this Issue,
bul wlll be published next week.
We trust our readers wlll pardon
Litis edition of tlte Herald, which is
issued under many dlfllculties. We
are only issuing this number to protect advertisers who huve legal
notices in the columns.
At the ICclison theatre ou Wednesday Capt. Davles addressed the recruits, giving many hints qn marching and going to the front. A vote
of thanks was given to the Craubrook
Civilian Kitle association for the donation of iou rounds of ammunition.
Clarence Cunningham, representing
the OuggenhelniH of New York, wus a
t'ranbrook visitor tlu* first ui' tin*
week and spent several days on
Perry Creek, Inspecting mining properties. He represented the largest
mining syndicate In America anil wus
Induced to visit the city hy Dr. .1. VY
Rutledge, John Leask ami other local
men who are Interested in a rich property on the golden creek. Mr, Cunningham expressed his entire satisfaction wltli his examination) procured
a large number of samples, and developments from his visit are expected
iu the near future.
Hints on Hair Health
If you use our treatment, we wilt
either stop your hair from falling or
pay for the treatment ourselves.
Dandruff is a contagious diecaaa
caused by a microbe, which il not
removed causes baldness. This
microbe often comes from a comb
or brush belonging to Boaieono else.
If you are troubled with dandruff,
itching sculp, falling hair, or baldness,
we believe lhat ltcxnll "93" Hair
Ionic will do moro than anything elso
to ranovo tho dandrulf, destroy the
fli'nii, make the scalp healthy and
Stop falling Imir, and, if there is any
lue left iu tlio roots, also promote
growth of new hair.
Wo believe thai probably G5 per
cent of lhe coses of baldness could
be overcome if people would only
use Retail "03" Hair Tonic for a
reasonable time, aa directed.
We don't wane you to take our
word for this.    We want you to test
tho   merits  o.'   Hexali   "1)3"   Hair
Tonic at our risk.    If you use it and
it does nut give sattdfaction, just
come back to us and tell us, and we
will Immediately hand back to you
the moDOy you  paid lor it.   You
pnimiae nothing, sign nothing and
your mere word will be token for It.
We are dependent upon your confidence nnd pntninnf.e, and we would
not make these claims, or make this
olTcr if we did not believe that Hexali
"»3" Hair Tonic is the very best hair
preparation you can use. Two siceiof
bottles, 50c and $1,00.
You can buy Rexall "93" Hair Tonic
in this community only at our store:
Iliiillie-Miirphv Co,
Th* $>___ Star*
Then Is a lie-tall Storo in nrndy ov-rv town
and city in tlio   I'tiicd   Sluti'i-. Cinmdii anil
Great  Britain.   Tacit   ii  n  .JifTerrnt  Rexall
licmedy for nearlv evc-v nnlinnry luimuii ill —
ej.cb especially o^iut^I (or llm puriieular ill
lor which it is reeommcndscl.
Tbt Rexall Stores are America's UreaUst
Drug Stores
CENTURY RESTAURANT.
Opposite C.I'.R. Station
Tlit Place tu Uct il Quirk Meal
nml » Uond .Meal
Rooms to Rent
MISS I,. M. SMITH
Hal Renovator
Remodelling Ladies  Hats
a Specialty
15.Fenwick Avenue
Phone 204
JOHN <i. MITCHELL
Taxidermist and Fur
Healer
l'. 0. llnx 131
Calgary, Allierlu
PEERLESS
DAIRY
.1. Tiiy lor,  Proprietor
Mas jusl purchased a car of
HIGH GRAPE COWS
(All Tuberculin Testedi
.Milk uml cream twice dally
Ituttermilk  In ice a  neck
The only clarified milk in
Town
W>   fniiirnnti'i'   to   Please
If  you   want  satisfaction
with your washing
send  il  to
MONTANA  LAUNDRY
Special  prices for family
work
Phone 105 P. O. Box ,13
PROF. C, F. NIDI)
Organist  Methodist Church
Receives Pupils for
Organ, Pianoforte, Voice,
&e*
Studio: 22 Norbury Ave
Hours: 1! to (J
Evenings by arrangement
I'lione -HI
l\ 0. Box 7SS
It. DIXON
Carpenter and llullder
1'lann nnd ENtlmnli'N hirnlnliod
od Short .Villce
MOYIE
The weather for the past week has
been bright uud clear, with light frost
ut night.
Miss Smith, sister of R. A. Smith,
postmaster here, returned to her old
home ln Alberta this week for a few
days visit. She returned here again
Saturday.
Mr. Attwood, station agent here,
who has been ln Creston for some
days, returned here on Wednesday.
While In Creston Mr. Attwood super-
Intended the packing and shipping of
Milt from his ranch tiiere.
Frank Feroglla shot a nne deer
this week and has been treating his
friends to venison.
A very successful dunce wus held
here on Friday night.
.Mr, Mat-cut, Martin, who lias heen In
Nelson for some time, returned hero
on   Thursday,
Sandy MeFnrlane, who has been
down the Hue on a shooting trip, shot
a line der ou Monday lust.
Tlio gania in this vicinity Is attract inn tin* attention nf our local
sportumeti these days. On Tuesduy
Mr, ll, A. Smith shot twelve Hue
ducks, while Charlie Nordman got
novon and Jack Taylor nine.
Mr, Wills went to t'ranbrook on
Wednesday on husiness.
A meeting of the local order of Odd
Fellows was held on Tuesday night in
the Odd Fellows hull, which wus well
attended.
Mr. Weir's live-year-old son met
with a painful accident this week
While out playing with his brothers
the child got his leg caught in u hole
and In getting It clear, wrenched the
hip joint, thus straining the ligiments
of the leg. It Is reared he may be obliged to go to the hospital for treatment.
Mrs. Kessler, who Is an old resident
here, hus secured a situation down
the Hue und left this week. She 1ms
rented her house to another family
who have just arrived here.
A party of Americans who were
travelling through here a short time
ago. iu the old-fashioned covered
wugons, met with hard luck ou the
trip. The mother of the family had
been suffering from heart trouble for
some time; but hoped to reach her
home In safety. However, upon their
arrival here, she was taken dangerously Ul and her husband took her to
the hospital in Cruubrook where she
died Inst week. Her son Is now In
the hospital with a broken leg, but
I Is rapidly improving. The unfortunate family huve the sympathy of the
entire community in their sud bereavement.
Mr. Brooks, the postmaster of
Baynes, arrived here on Friday and
spent the week-end enjoying the beautiful scenery around Moyie. While
here lie wus the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Nutt.
Miss Boisjolle, who has been uway
for three months visiting friends, returned here last Friday from Crow's
Nest. Miss Boisjolic, who Is an old
resident here, has decided to remain
for ' the winter, "hut ber father, Mr.
Boisjolle, who is ut present employed
ut Crow's Nest, will not return to
Moyle this winter.
Father John, of Cranbrook, was
here on Monduy; also Father Mc*
it)tyre, and services were held In the
Catholic church on Monday morning,
which was well attended.
Mr. Norton, the Methodist missionary here, went to Cranbrook on Fri-
duy; und preached at Kimberley and |
Marysville on Sunday, returning here
on Monday. As there was no service
there on Sunday night. A service wns
held in the church Monday night,
which   wus  well   a tended.
Mrs, and Miss Smith, mother and
sister of It. A, Smith, our genial postmaster, have taken a largo house here
uud will spend the winter ln Moyle.
Tliey moved Into tlieir new residence
on Tuesday.
Mrs. Kesler, who has been in
Crnnbrook for some days, returned on
Monday afternoon.
^lr. Bounce, inspector of schools
arrived here oil Sunday afternoon and
held n meeting wltli the new bourd
of school trustees in.the school house
to go over the estimates for Improvements, etc., In the school house,
Another meeting was held on Monduy morning at K o'clock in the school
house, when all records und estimates
were gone carefully over and us Mr.
Bounce has been commissioned by he
government   to   make   a   report   of
INVERMERE
(Special correspondence)    *
Patriotism and a desire to help the
empire In the titanic wnr in whieh we
are nil engaged are the ruling spirits
which penetrates the whole of the
district and the soul and body of every
person who dwells therein. In'answer for a call for volunteers to form
a company for the East Kootenay regiment a meeting was held at Athalmer on a recent date and a committee formed to prolceed with the
work of organization. Since that
date there has heen formed a brancll
of the Cunadian Red Cross Society
und the members are busily engaged
In making articles for the soldiers ut
the front. Under the auspices of tho
Windermere District Board of Trade
funds are being collected for the patriotic l\.ml. One of the most successful collections to this fund came out
of the proceeds of a ball recently
given lu Athalmer. when a net sum
of IIOH.RO was handed over to the
board of trade.
Another step In the construction of
tho Kotenay Central branch of the
Canadian Pacilic railway was made
last week by the construction of the
swing bridge which crosses the Columbia river. Since It has been built
It has enabled work trains to cross
Into uur Immediate neighborhood und
wlll allow the laying of Hteel to be
more rapidly proceeded with.
A golf club has been organized for
this part and the links on Canterbury
Point made possible to play upon. The
club hus u nine hole course on the
bbeautiful stretch of ground just
south of the townslte and immediately overlooking Lake Windermere.
The work of reconstructing the
government telephone system connecting this dlstdlet with Golden on
thc north Is being pushed ahead.
New poles have been erected over
much of thc line and the stringing of
wires will be carried through at
once. ThlB only leaves a portion of
country between here and Wasa on
the south unaccounted for and without telephonic communication of any
kind, but with the completion of the
C.P.R, telephone line through that
district much of thc inconvenience
which at present exists will .be done
away with. *
BAYNES AND WALDO
(Special correspondence)
Colonel C. M. Pyno is now in active service.
A whist party in aid of the patriotic fund was given last Wednesday by
the local branch of the Daughters of
the Empire in Adolph hall. From the
financial standpoint It was eminently
auecesful. Mr. F. Bartram, Mr. F.
Adolph and Mrs. Smith entertained
the company with patriotic songs.
Congratulations to the committee.
Mr. J. W. Ross left for Winnipeg
last Friday.
The genial Finlay Robson, of Fernie, was In town last week selling
his wares.
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Milno have arrived home after a visit to Spokane
for two weeks.
We do not feel that we can do
enough for "Tommy Atkins" here.
One of our residents, Mr. W. Wilson,
has been gathering up a few coins
to give "Tommy" a smoker, and has
netted the sum of 120.00. Waldo Is
doing its share.
DR. DeVAN'S FRENCH PILLS «:
JulMlng PUl lor Women. (5 a box or three for
10. Sold nt all Drug Store*, or unified to any
aduieiion receipt ol price.   Thk Bcobili. Ditto
,„   „ Vim and
Vluilty;lor Nerve and Brain; Incrennei "nny
matter''nTnnf** -will build yon up. 13 a box, or
two for |f>, at drug mores, or by mull on receipt
•(price Tai: scotiEi.i. Daru Co., St. Ctethartnet.
Ontario.
Beattie-Murphy Co.. Ltd., Agents.
UtjrOK LICENSE ACT
(Section 20)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
on the first day of December next application will be made to tho Superintendent of Provlnclul Police ror renewal or wholesale license No. si:!, for
the sale of liquor by wholesale iu nnd
upon the premises known us tlie
('ranbrook Brewery, situate near
Cranbrook, upon the lands descrihed
as Lot 211, Oroup 1, South East Kootenay,
Dated this IKlh duy of October, 1814.
Cranbrook Brewing Co., Ltd.
HARRY  HESSE, Munuger
4Mt Applicant
LIQCOR ACT, 1910
(Section 42),
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
on the tlrst day of December next application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in the hotol known
us tlie Yahk Hotel, situate at Yahk, in
the Province of British Columbia.
Dated this 15th day of October, 1914.
RILEY & LARSON,
42-4t Applicant
LIQUOR ACT, 101(1
(Section 42).
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
on the Ilrst duy of December next application will be made to thu Super
intendent of Provincial Police for renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
ns the Central Hotel, situate at Moyie,
in the Province of British Columbia.
Dated this 16th day of October, 1914.
V. DBSAULMER,
42-4t Applicant
L1QITOB ACT, 1910
(Section 42),
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
on the first day of December next application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
as the International Hotel, situate at
Moyle, In the Province of British Columbia.
Dated this 15th day of October, 1914.
MICHAEL J. BONNER,
42-41 Applicant
l-IQI'OK ACT, 1910
(Section   121.
NOTICE   IS   HEREBY   GIVEN   that
on tho ilrst day of December next application will be mnde tu the Superintendent of Provincial Polite for renewal   of   the   hotel    license   to   soil
liquor Ity retail In the liotel  known
us the Wycliffe Hotel, situate ut Wy-1
ollffe, in the Province of British Columbia.
Dated this 15th day of October, 1914,
HARRY EDWARDS,
42-lt Applicant
______
(Section 42).
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
on the flrst duy of December next application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial PolIcV for re-
newal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
as the Tourist Hotel, situate ut Bull
River, In tlie Province of British Co-,
lum bia.
Dated this loth day of Octoher. 1914.
J. McTAVISH,
42-4t Applicant
LHH'OK ACT, 1911)
(Section 42).
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
on the first day of December next application wlll be ni|do to the Super-
! Intendent of Provincial Police for rc-
; newal of the hotel license to sell
(liquor by retail In the hotel known
j as the Perry Creek Hotel, sltunte at
■ Perry Creek, In the Province of British Columbia.
j    Dated this 15th clay of Octoher. 1!U4.
ARTHUR  BURGE,
42-4t Applicant
The Marvellous Story of Joan of Arc
Lecture by Rev. J. A. Clark, B. A.
Knox Church, Calgary
Presbyterian Church,
Monday Evening, November 2,1914
This   lecture   ia   a   treat   and   at   this   time   very
appropriate, as Rheims Cathedral is the center of action.
,        MUSICAL PROGRAMME
Selection   Choir
Violin Solo Master Vincent Fink
Trio "Lift Thine Eyes"
Mesdames Paterson, Nisbet and Quain
ADMISSION', Slip. CHILDREN, 25c.
LIQUOR ACT, llllll
(Section 42).
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Hint
on the Ilrst day of December next a|i-
plleution will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
as the International Hotel, situate at
Kingsgate, In the Province of llrltlsh
Columbia.
Dated this 15th day of October. 1914.
H. L. SAWYER,
48-4t Antillcant
THE NEAL INSTITUTE
CR.N3S0OK        ■        •       BRITISH COLUMBIA
AFTER TAKING
THE NEAL      *
Men only go back to
drink through their
own wilfulness-not
because they want
the stuff.
This we positively Guar-
antee.
LIQl'OB ACT, 1M0
(Section 42).
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
on the Ilrst day of December next application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of tho liotel license to sell
liquor by retail In the hotel known
as the Kootenay Hotel, situate ut
Moyie, ln the Province of British Columbia.
Dated this 15th day of October, 1014.
W. J. BREMNER,
I2-4t Applicant
UO.i Oil ACT, llllll
(Section 42).
, NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
| on the tlrst day of December next application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of tile hotel license to sell
j liquor by retail in the liotel known
, aa the Imperial Hotel, situate at
i Fort Steele, in tlie Province of British
j Columbia.
I    Dated this 15th day of Octoher. 1914.
B. W. WERDEN.
: 42-4t Applicant
|	
I.Kjl OR ACT, llllll
(Section 42)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
on the first day of December next application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police tor renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail ln the liotel known
as the Wasa Hotel, situate at Wasa,
near Cranhrook. in the Province of
British Columbia.
.Dated this 15th day of October, 1914.
The Unionist Investment Co., Ltd
EARNEST H. L. ATTREE, manager
for Company
42-4t Applicant
Imperial Bank ol Canada
HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO
Capital Anthorlicd , »10,0(l0,000.00
Capital Paid Up v     7,000,0(10.00
Reserve and Undivided Profits     8,«66,00(l.00
D. R. WILK1E, President
HON.  ROBERT JAFFRAY,
Vice-President
Accounts of Corporations, Municipalities, Merchants,
Farmers and Private individuals Invited.
Drafts and Letters of Credit issued available In any
part of the world.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT—Spectal attention given to
Savings Bank Accounts. Deposits of $1.00 and upwards
received and interest allowed from date of deposit.   .
CRANBKOOK BRANCH: H. W. SUPPLE, Manager
LIQUOR ACT, llllll
(Section 42).
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
on the first day of December next application wlll bo made to tho Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of tho hotol license to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
us the Nortli Star Hotel, situate at
Kimberley, In tlio Province of British
Columbia,     . .     ,,,,
Dated this 15th day of October, 1914,
HARRY II. DREW.
42-4t Applicant
LIQUOR ACT, 1910
(Section 42).
things,  it  Is  now  hoped  thnt  these
necessary    Improvement",     wlll    be: NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thnt
made In ushnrt time.   Mr. Bounce In- on the Ilrst day of December next op-
 ,                .,     , olicatlou w 11 be made to the Super-
spected  Ihe  school  here  on   Monday f__*t J}"provincial Police for re-
and was much pleased with the regu- nowal   of   the   hotel   license   to   sell
lar attendance and the progress of liquor hy retail In the hotel known
(he nunlls i»»   ll|p   '''nf"1   Hotel,   ■llJ5,to,„"1'
Mnrvsvillc In tiie Province of Urtli.li
Nutt,   formerly   principal   of »">"*,'"' '"
Mr.
. Columbia.
Haynes school, Is the principal hero, I" Dated tills 15th day of October, 1914,
Willie Miss P. B. Johnson, who taught; PAUL  HANDI.EY
here last year, Is ln charge ot the 142-*'       AppHcantj
primary room.
CARD OF THANKS
We wjsli to express our gratitude
for tlie many kindnesses shown during
our recent loss and gratefully acknowledge the many expressions of
sympathy.
Sierra Nevada Wolf
Charles Wolf
John William Wolf
THE CRANBROOK
ORCHESTRA
Is open for engagement
for
llHiici's, Socials Etc.
Apply to
Mrs. Arunld Wallinger
Cranbrook, B.C.
I.IQU0K ACT, 191(1
(Section 42).
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
on the first day of December next application will bc made to tho Superintendent of Provincial Police for re-
llnuor by retail ln thc hotel known
as the Windsor Hotel, situate at
Port Steele, In the Province of British Columbia.
Dated this 16th day of October. 1914.
H. MATHER,
42-4t Applicant
LIQUOR LICKN8E ACT
(Section 20)
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
ou the first day of December next application will be made to thc Superintendent of Provincial Police for rc-
| uewnl of wholesale liquor license, No.
I 107, for tlie sale of liquor by wholesale lu and upon the promises known
as Howness' Wholesale Uquor Store,
sltuatu on Baker Strcot, ln the City of
Cranbrook, B.C.
Dated this 16th day of October. 1014,
A. C. BOWNESS,
42-4t Applicant
How Would You Look Without Your Hair ?
The answer is too serious to contemplate.
And yet, every time hair comeB out in the
combing you are that much nearer a condition of partial or total baldness. Don't neglect your hair. It's loss Is a calamity, which
deprives woman of her greatest charm.
Newbro's
Herpicide
SAVES AND IIE.WTinHS THE HAIR
Dandruff robs tho hair "f luster and lux-
uv.ancc and causes il lo come out. Hence
Olio's1 system of personal cleanliness Is in-
completo unless it includes a reliable, sanitary Imir dressing. The fact that thousands of ladles dally depend unoti Herpicide to Itean the hair and scalp clean and free
from dandruff is the beBt possible evidence of the value of this well-known scaip
prophylactic. ,     .. .,
It is to those who wish to make the moBt of nature's gifts by having ngni,
snappy hair that Nc'wliro's Herpicide appeals most strongly.   It has an exquisite fragrance, contains no grease and does not dye or darken the
hair.   Herpicide is the Original Germ-Remedy for dandruff.
You will like Newbro's Herpicide—try lt. '
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Toilet Goods Counters
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