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Array THE CRANBROOK HERA1■
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VOLUME 21
CRANBROOK,   BRITISH COLUMBIA.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 304.il,  1919        [/
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Victoria
FARMERS. GUESTS OF
KET, MERCHANTS ftSSO.
One of the most enjoyable social
events held under the auspices of the
business men of the city was the
Smoker given in honor ot the Farmers
Institute and Stockbreeders Association In lhe Cranbrook hotel on Wednesday evening by the Retail Merchants Association. Mr. .1. P. Fink
was In the chair nnd made a model
chairman. Tho best of good fellowship prevailed throughout the hush Ion,
It was the unanimous opinion expensed over nnd over again that gatherings
of Unit kind should be held at ninth
more frequent periods. They burn
away all barriers; they soften the
asperities of business life; they are
great aids to co-operation in lho reconstruction period that is now upon
Us und they create the grand and
glorious feeling thut makes life worth
while, "A little foolishness now and
then la enjoyed by the best of men."
A lengthy program was run off and
there was not a dull moment in the
four hours* entertainment. Flashes
of wit, sparkles of merriment and rays
of masculine sociability were continually in evidence. Although there
were no ladies present they were not
forgotten and a toast to them was responded to by R. McCreery and G.
Bruce Brown.
After the chairman had extended a
hearty welcome and invited our guests
to come again and come often the
toast to "the King" of course, naturally and spontaneously came first.
"Our Guest" came next, coupled
with the names of Mr. Parham, in
charge of the experimental farm at
Invermere, and Mr. McKenzie, the provincial grazing commissioner. Mr.
Parham's text was: "Stick to the
things we can grow well." Mr. McKenzie gave us some further excellent ideas on "How to make the
range more profitable."
"The Cattlemen's Association" was
responded to by S. Wallace, B. Johnson, P. Woods and E. H. McPhee.
"The Farmers Institute" by A. B.
Smith, H. Stevens and H. Pighin.
"Dry Farming" by C. Fleming. X.
McClure and R. E. Beattie.
•The Dairymen" by J. H. Hayes, Wi
i. Atchison and W. Bardgett.
"Banking" by B. E. Howard.
'The Ladies" by R. McCreery and
0. Bruce Brown.
'The Agricultural Association" by
F. M. MacPherson and W*. H. Wilson.
"The Prees" b? W. A- Myers—
"The Board of Trade" by G. J.
Spreull.
"The City of Cranbrook" by Mayor
Cameron nnd H. White.
"Thc Professions" by w. A. Nlsbet
and A. B. Macdonald, K.C.
"Tlie Province*' by N. A. Walllnger.
Thanks were heartily proposed to
tbe chairman and the Retail Merchants' Association and responded to
by J. P. Fink and C. Little.
Mr. Worthlngton sang a couple of
stirring solos, accompanied by X. A.
Walllnger on tbe piano.
The "National Anthem" brought a
nioff enjoyable social occasion to n
happy conclusion a little past midnight,
VETERANS ATTFAT10N
A specint general meeting Is called
for Sunday, February Uni at ;; p.m.
nt which all members arc expected to
bo present.. Business of Importance
demands immediate discussion and
the success of thc work depends on
the co-operation of all members. Turn
OUt  everybody.
•TINHEBKI.I.r
Probably the most welcome went ol
the current theatric;-! season in tlilF
city Is tho forthcoming engagement of
P. Htunrt-Whytes' third annual English pnntomlne, "Cinderella", whicli
In billed for the Auditorium tlieatrc
on Thursday, Feb. fitli.
By his -previous BUCceeeseB, "Flor-
odora", "Aladdin" and "Robinson Cru-
flo." Mr, Whyte has bull! a reputation
as a producer of musical comedy ntnl
extravaganza tbat will Insure crowded
bouses whenever one of his ..ttrue-
tlons in announced.
EMPLOYERS OF LABOK
can assist in recruiting the Crunbrook City Band to full strength by
oo-operatlmg with Bandmaster W. A.
Burton or the secretary. 1). A. Kay.
Give them particulars of lhe help
you need, aud they will endeavor too
supply you with the man you want
who will also be a Band Musician.
"Boost  tlie Band."
At present we can place four sawmill workers, and one millwright-
inechnnic.
Returned soldier-musicians com-
niunicnte with Sen-clary Kny,
"BOOST TIIK BAND!"
ANNUAL MEETING OF
nun hi low.
a largely attended aud onLhuuiaa-
tlc meeting of the Cranbrook branch
of tho Navy League waa held in the
Y.M.C.A, on Tuesday evening, with
Mr. Hallamore in the chair.
The treasurer's report showed the
Branch to be in a ship shape financial
I9TH IMIEKIfl
The nineteenth Anniversary Services of the Methodist Church held on
Sunday and Monday last Will not soon
bo forgotten. The servrces will Stand
out as a record dny in the history of
tho church for from every point of
view, success was manifested.
The special preacher for tlie occasion was the Rev. Dr. J. AV. McDougall
pastor of St. Paul's Church, Spokane,
who has a great reputation in the
.Methodist Episcopal Church of the
United States ■■* » preacher and pastor.
Dr, McDougall preached two powerful and eloquent sermons on Sunday, which clearly demonstrated Mi
abllity aH a preacher, He captured
he hearts and minds of the audiences, and presented the claims of the
Christ iu a way that appealed to all.
His address on Sunday evening was
on the subpeot "The Church and Its
mission." It was a wonderful pita-,
eutaiiou of the tasks of tiie church,,
and was full of power and evangelical fervour. His epigrams were striking and powerful, aud he lui'd from
XMAS GHEEB UMI
TRKASI lUICS REPORT
j Dance-
Tickets and doer   $381.00
St. John Ambulance     ..0.00
Supper sale of tickets  ....  S4.75
Punch  Booth       44.ro
Princess Zara receipts  23.55
Sale of flowers   23.10
!     Picture Show    140.80
I     Soldiers' Comfort Club .... 208.70
Interest  to Nov. 30th        3.01
TOTAL    |929.?]
Paid Mr. Leasfe re Picture
Show expense!-       $36.00
Local Overflow
Dark
Price oi
Cornish Cockerels for Sule
application.—a. B. Smith E
1 give a card i
Parish  Hall,
The Hebekahs wi
and dance in the
day. Feb. 21st. .''-41
.Mrs \V. .1 Manley ami children or
Pasailena. Cal.. spent from Thursday
to Sunday  last   in    the    city,    the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Worden.
IIA LANCE
1894.71
Mr
a bit
This
time
is a very n
reports that he saw
c city on Wednesday.
re occurrence for this
iiiiuonraE
OPENED ON FRIDAY
ii. of Baynes Lake, who
St. Eugene hospital for
suffering from paralysis
oved to her in
tuiidn
Supt'f
Crnnb i&k Y.M.C.A
i opened on Friday i
j -i '-doulfce-header".
ii  tui'  High  School
Office,   resulted  iu
Bowling
Ight, Jan.
The clash
a-iil   i lie
the   High
$384,00
Grant from Chautauqua
Com.
.,. 7.00
... 5.00
Interest on account io >
lov ..0.
.. 2.37
condition.   The receipts were as fol- j beginning to end the attention of the
lows, In nditlon to Tag Day: j congregation  who felt the power ot
Receipts j his message.
Membership fees— At the morning service tlie choir
rendered the anthem "Seek ye the
Lord", the tenor solo being splendidly
rendered by Mr. L, Richardson. In
the evening the choir rendered tlie
anthem "Sun of my Soul," the solos
being taken by Mrs. Wallace and
Mrs, E. Patterson, and were highly
appreciated.
The audiences at the services exceeded all expectations, the church on
Sunday evening being crowded to
overflowing. Every Inch of room
seemed to be occupied and many were
unable to gain admission.
On Monday evening a Public Anniversary meeting was held In the
church, presided over by the pastor.
Again a large audience assembled nm!
a splendid evening was enjoyed by ull.
The meeting opened with the hymn
"Praise ye the Lord". A male quartette, "Lead Kindly Light" was rendered by Messrs. W. G. Morton, F.
Lodge, A. Ash worth, R. W. Leo. Then
fraternal greetings were conveyed
from the Baptist Church by their pastor, the Rev. J. P. Sinclair, to the
TOTAL       $498..!2
Expenditures
Telegrams     $4.60
Stationery 2.75
Tag Day Expenses    2.45
Membership buttons       05.00
Bal. on hand Dec. 31, 1918, remitted to Victoria Hoiidqrters 423.32
TOTAL       $498.62
Amount collected on Tag Day, Sep-
tember'7lh, 1918 aud remitted to Provincial Headquarters Victoria $922.39.
Total membership Dee. 31, 1919 390.
The question ot organizing u Junior League was taken up and proceeded with. It is proposed to utilize
the old gym. which is thoroughly
equipped for the purpose of giving the
boys a   preliminary trnfning.
School  taking  three out of the  lour
points,
The Despatches anil All Stars met
In the second game, and nfter a very
exciting finish, the result was an
even break, two points each.
On Monday night the Shops tc.l'.lt I
and Dispatchers mot, and the Sho] s
were successful in grabbing off three
points. This wits followed by a
game between the C.P.R. Officers and
tho Maple Loafs; in which the
Maple Leafs carried oft the honors,
getting lour points. Tbe first game
played resulted' in n tie between the
two teams, lint In the play-off, the
Maple Leafs got the points.
I.i'nifiic Standing
Games    Points
Maple Local's    I 4
Hligh  School      1 ::
Shops    1 :i
All Stars   I 2
Supfs. Office   1 l
Dispatchers    2 3
C.P.R. Officers    i        o
High score tu date
J. W. Dnllas (Maple Leafs)  ..  196
High Average to date
W. Leaman   (Maple Leafs)   ..   Hit!
Mrs    .-
guest of
a    few   (!
her horn
LOST
Alrdale,
"Thistle,
reward.
MightOt
and Mr
W. I). Hill for
Informal
Report lo J]■
on   will   receive
raid office, 5-31
Application forms for hay ale now
in the hnnds of the secretary of the
Farmers' Institute and will he given
out to every fanner making application for same.
Ai the meeting of the Stockbreeders
\ssoclnllon yesterday n resolution was
passed requesting the Dominion Veterinarian to appoint Dr. Rutledge un
official veterinarian ror this district.    '
The regular meeting of the Women's
Institute will be held on Tuesday, Feb, |
llli, in lhe Parish Hall at 3 p.m. Bust-[
ness of the meeting, report of 1918
conference at  Kaslo', also discussion
on "Mothers' Pensions,"
| Wednesday was farmers' day, and
the fanners took the city by storm, i
1 In fact a groat many of our towns- j
I people declared that they have had
! some tanning experience, bin most of
them admitted thai farm lire as it
used to he was too strenuous.
iders
of tho i
OliI>rTU,niVS INSTAI.I. officers
FOR THF CURRENT YEAR
it was also decided to hold a dance1 Methodist  people.    Then followed   a
in the near future. | solo "Baby Jim" by Mrs. A. Wallace,
 —  I which  was  tastefully rendered,  and
much appreciated. On behalf of the
Y.M.C.A. and the Presbyterian Church
greetings were expressed by the Rev.
Mr. Pow. This was followed by a
solo rendered by Mrs. E. Patterson.
Once again the power*- or this talont-
THE  "THRIFT  MAGAZINE"
""" 'M.lifts ITS APPEARANCE
The first number of the Thrift Magazine, published under the direction
of, the National War savings Committee, has made its appearance. It ed vocalist received thp well merited
is edited by Mr. \V. J, Dunlop. P..A..' applause of the audience,
director of the schools section of the Dr. McDougall then spoke on the
W.S.'S. organization, who,ik also editor subject "Lifting up a Standard" and
of "Thc School.'' The especial pur- for fifty minutes held the attention of
pose of this publication is to further i those present. It was a splendid ef-
the War Savings and Thrift Stamps' fort and was much appreciated. Mrs.
movement  among  the schools of the-Adlard sang very sweetly "The Bet-
Dominion.    Ten  numbers are  to be
published by June, the intention being,
lo bring them out at Fortnightly intervals The Thrift Magazine is sup-;
piled free to every teacher lu Canada
and may be had on application to the)
ter Land,"
After this refreshments were served
fn thc school room by the Ladles'
Aid and for an hour or so, a most enjoyable time was s]M»nt
The   proceeds   of  the   anniversary
|     Tlie attention of th
I Herald  is culled to the service    on
j Sunday evening next in the Methodist
Church. The Rev. R. W. Lee will
J give tho first of two addresses on
I "Jean Valjean", the famous character
I ot   VlOtOr   Hugo's-   "Les   Miserable.-.."
All are Invited.
Fernie Free Press: The new cup
presented by the Crows Nest Pass
Coal Co. to the District curling Association, is on display In A. p. Llp-
hardt's window. It h a sterling silver trophy of beautiful design. The
cup is for the grand aggregate and
wns won this year hy tho Stewart
rink of Macleod.
Tailoring
of Character
TroT-ncla. U*>r»n -
\\\: iiiiM  with riant: to oik
KKI'I IAIIO\ Hill DOING RXCKI,*
LB NT, IIIOII OKA in: TAILORING.
Mr him' ii choice collodion of Suitings
Hun inn meet the teste of ererj man
thiii Appreciates line Tailoring.
OUR PRICES
as Tin:   I'l AI.ITV
aim:
>vii.i
AS    LOW
A I.LOW.
Made to Measure Suits
I'O It 180.00 AMI Mil It I
Absolute Satisfaction
GUARANTEED
McCreery Bros.
CIMNBitOOX'S  DRY  COWS AND  CLOTHING  STORES
office of publication) :.
West. Toronto Pupils,
pectors, public libraries
generally interested  in
l Hloor St! amounted to over $300.00. Dr. M>
school ins- 1 dougall will always he assured nf
and persona hearty welcome on bis return
hrifl cduca-1 < ranbrook
to
tion   may   also  feci
by applying to this
ive
the  Magazine
address,
PALBBfUn!   \ MSEKT
WU  IVATKH  NO  GOOD
The
folio
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place.   1
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.   But ns
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soon  be
leaving
for
Bllgl
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or Canada,    nnd
should
nrriv
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Mill
tj for tli
0 harvest
of 1910
nnd
inilk.
' n
winter .
[take.
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poor
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Moses as
ii Judge
nt 1
nml.
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Ihe .lews
lirw ami: WELL dkkhki.ti
BIT IIAVK KMITY STOMACH8
Mrs. W. K. Worden has just received nnother letter from her brother
Capt James Milne, M, 0. He wrltea
from over the Rhine, He la stationed with-his battalion nt Monti, not far
from Cologne. It is a very nice place.
Tho peoplo appear to be well dressed,
but the butcher shops and grocery
stores are rather empty. He has been
as far east of the Rhine as Rohtnar,
eight miles trom Bonn and there are
good times there. He and two othe.
officers went deer hunting on one of
the ex-kalser's preserves. They commandeered two ex-German soldiers
as beaters. The deer were plentiful
and they had some good sport. Capt.
Milne has been awarded a bar to his
Military Cross for work done during
the battle of Carobrai. He may bo
tack to Cranbrook In February
on a dosrt; if he had gone n Utle far-]
ther north he would have found some!
good country. Palestine, except a
few places like Jerusalem. Haifa and
Damascus, Is worse I ban the Had
Lands of North Dakota. The thermometer goes up to the boiling point
and (he waler ls no good, and you
an't bet beer or anything to drink
hut native wines, it will be good
training for us when we return to
dry British Columbia,
"I have not had word from nny of
the other boys for nearly two years,
hut think they nre gettllngnn alright.
I linve hud au attack of malaria
since coming here and put in a montii
In hospital, but am feeling O.K. now."
Vi.TKKANS* IJANCE X SUCCESS
The dance given by the War Veterans' Association on Jan. 23rd in
the Parish Hall was a distinct success
in every way. A very appreciative
crowd enjoyed the evening's pleasure.
The music furnished was of the same
high order usually presented by Mrs.
Wdniondson's orchestra und the refreshments, thanks to Mrs. Laurie and
Mrs. Smith, respectively president
and convenor of the Social committee
of the L. A., were all that could be
desired. A vote of thanks was passed ut the meeting of the Veterans on
Tuesday evening, Jan. 28, including
nil who ro ably contributed to the
success of the affair. Another dance
will be arranged shortly, which promises nto he nn equal success.
Last Monday night both the subordinate lodge and the Encampment
I.O.O.P, Cranbrook held au installation or omt-err.lhe InsfaiHh? officer
bring I). H. 0. Mi, W. O. Robinson,
as follows:
Subordinate Unlge officers- W. D.
Oilroy. X. ii.; J, II. Whltehouse, V. G.:
13. II. McPhee, It. S.; H, White; P, S.;
W. C. Adlard, Treas.; J. II. Cameron,
warden; Isaac Hannah, chaplain; J.
I-. Palmer, R. S..X.G.; W. Sowden,
LS.. XV,., W. S. Robinson. H.S..V.C;
F, G. Morris. L.S..V.G.J John Manning,
I. G.
The  officers of the Camp:   P.   W.
Burgess. C.P.:  Sam  Fyles, H.P.;   H.
It. Hlnton, S. \\\; J. L. Patmer, Scribe.
K   II. McPhee. trcn
.1   W.J   J.  Manning.
Con I J. W. Spence.     	
When the business of the evening
was finished light refreshments were
served- ,%\m	
. .— ■     Among   those   who   returned   from
Among those who were in the city  overseas on    the    Empress of Asia
yesterday to attend the meeting of the; which   took   the   boys  through    the
Stockbreeders   Association   and   the   Panama  canal  to Victoria and  Van-
District Farmers Institute meeting, we I couver.  were Corporal  Meredith  and
noticed:  T. Cameron of Mayook; B.I Private P. Lindquist of this city. They
Johnson. Mayook; O. E. Parkam, In-1 were given a great reception at both! February stl
vermere;    Leo Chase, Wasa;   D.  G. victoria and Vancouver. They arrived t0
Denny. Invermere; S, P. Wallace. Per-1 in   Cranbrook  on  Tuesday  and   were 1tiv
rie; J, Fussee, Waldo; A. Emery, of j heartily welcomed home.
The cup won by John John at the
recent poultry show held in Pernio
is now on view iu J. D. McBrlde'a win- ;
dow. It is a neat silver cup on an -
.; W'. Q. Adlard, 0DOny stand. It wns presented for the \
I.  S.;^ II.  White. ]hp[.t ]wn nf w,me LeB|)orn8i    T]iert. ■
1 'are seven first prize   and one second;
prize ribbons also on display which
he won at the same show.
"IDEAL"
WATER POWER
Washing  Machine
WASHES YOUR CLOTHES
WHILE YOU WASH THE
DISHES
Price       ■      $26.50
J. D. McBRIDE
PHONE s BAKER STREET
,
The next meeting of the  Farmers    r.er and took  her out for a walk a-
Instltute  will  be  held  on   Saturday,  round the (ity    The princess thor-
An effr»rt will be made  ought?  enjoyed  the  beauties of
evtve the Creamery on a co-opera-   surroundings     She   said   that
basis.    The   shareholders    and   scenery  here   Is  equal  to  anything
I others interested  are expected to be. tbey  have   In   Europe.
our
the
There is no
Sheep Creek; Ben Kerr. Marysvllle. A
Pighin. Meadowbrook; H. Barr. Wasa:
.1 II Hayes, Port Steele; Lyman Tny-
..*-, Harry Stevens. Norman McClure.
II. II. McClure, Chester Fleming. R,
Fleming, St. Marys Prairie; P. Woods,
Cherry   Creek;   s    Cadteux,   Sheen
reek; .
nanklyn
Father L
; ted successfully iii other lands. Every
j member is urged ro be present
Luke
Mayo
l.dwa
UlOD.
from  Newgate nnd Golden
■ Institutes,
  j preseni and discuss a proposition.   I
The   provincial   legislature  opens t l':,-"'r w|lt a,s" bo r,fad "bowing   the
this Thursday afternoon.   The usual  comparative cosi of clearing land by
ceremonies will be dispensed with ow-! l>owor an,t f,lllflp n"-an* that are a,lf'f»-
ing to the death of Prince John which
puts the Court  in mourning     Mr. A. 	
1.   Pisher,   M.P.P..  of Pernie.   passed'
through here on  Monday to Victoria.      •i"-K"-'i.t   D.   Lynn  returned    from
Our member is already there, aa we | "verseai yesterday and was met at the
' station hy numerous friends. A great
many of our boys who wenl away as
privates are returning with stripe-* on
their Hleevtt and have won the M. c.
J and D.i'M. the Legion of Honor and
>ther decorations for bravery and dis*
need for people to go to Europe to
enjoy the artificial beauties of that
continent when we have the natural
beauties hi the rockles. She left for
the west on Saturday.
00   Walla...   A.   H.   Playle.
Geo.  Arnold,  Baker;   Rev,
moot; W. N. Sharpe. Baynes j have the honor to be represented by
.1. Agnew, Elkt ;  D. Cameron, the Minister of Public Works
il:; B. Fleetvo.d, Wardner: n. 	
rdfl, Wycllffe; I), Stewart. Mis- t    P.   McKenzie. grazing  commls
Wires and letters of regret were sioner for the province, arrived in the
( HANBItOOk  HOW MM;     LEAGCG   SCimHl.i:
FIRST   HALF
city on Tuesday to be In attendance
at the Btockbreedere1 Association. Mr
McKenzie is a practical man of many
years of experience in directing the
co-operative ranging of cattle and
sheep. He is emphatic in hii declaration that this distrin can develop the
tiiiguhdied conducl in the fat-
foe      These   facts   *-:;..uM   go
of the
long
-The annual meeting of the Cranbrook Retail Merchants Association
which should have been held during
Hn* third week of October last, bm
was postponed indefinitely owing to
the epidemic of influenza, will bp
held in tbe City Hall on Friday evening, January :;i*.t. Aside from the
usual order of busiflest the election
of officers for the current year will
tnke place.   All members art. re-quest*
way   towards   securing   a   eaptnnd * ,0 * in »'l*'"lanr"
piece "i artillery for ''ranbrook a1
souvenir of the war.
MmitHHST CHURCH
Pnstor, Rev. R. W. T.ce
Sunday next
11 a.m.—Divine   Worship, conducted
liy the pastor.
12 o'clock—Sabbath School.
7.110 p.m.— Divine   Worship,   subject
"Jean   Valjonn,"    From   Victor
Hugo's "Los Miserable-!."
A hearty welcome to al 1.
Friday,   January
Monday,  January
Wednesday, January "!■
Friday. January 31
Saturday, February 1
Monday, February 3
Wednesday, February 6
Friday. February 7
Monday. February 10
Wednesday. February 1
Friday, February 14
Monday, February 17
Wednesday, February 1
Friday, February 21
Saturday, February 22
* tt
7.00 p.m.
8.30 p.m.
7.00 p.m.
8.30 p.m.
7.00 p.m.
8.30 p.m.
7.00 p.m.
8,r,0 p.m.
7.00 p.m.
8.30 p.m.
High School.
Despatches
Shops vs
Officers        vs
All Stars
Sup'ts Office
High  School
Sup'ts. Office
All   Stars
Despatches
High School
Sup'ts. Office
Maple Leafs
Despalchers
High School
Sup'ts Office
Shops l
High School
All Stars       v
High School
Dispatchers
Sup'ts Office
All  Stars
Despa tellers
Maple Leafs
s Simps
Maple Leafs
,'s       Officers
vs        Shops
Officers
Maple L<-iii'..
fl All Stars
vs Officers
vs Shops
•s        Officers
Despalchers
•s       All Stars
Officers
vs ShopH
Maple li-iafs
i   Maple 1^-afn
Sup'to Office
i Btock*bneo6Mng industry
! scale and make it pay.
large
It was not the fault of the Herald
that Princess RndzlwIlPs lecture was,
a disappointment to so many. We took
our   advertising  material   from    the !
literature of the BlltSon-WllHe. people
and   took   It   for  granted,  of  course.'
that we were supplied with facta, It
appears,   libwever.  that   those   who I
have control of the advertising campaign  of the    Lyceum   course    nre
shamelessly exploiting tho war situation for n mercenary purpose, They
should make a Blight change In their
name and call themselves the Kllhon-
Black people as their White qualities
are  very  conspicuous by  their  absence.   We would advise them to revise  their  literature and  stick    to
Rev Dr. McDougall. of Spokane, ar-
  rived   in  the  city  on   Saturday   and
ockbreeden Association and took part in the anniversary service!
Farmers'  Institute meetings of  th(,   Methodist   Church   here    on
Sunday and  Monday, returning home
on Tuesday    He was very much im-
Tho I
District ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
were held loo late In the week for
n reporl to appear in this Issue    The
meetings   wen- largely atejuled.  mont   	
of the surrounding districts being well hissed with the appearance and loca
represented. T, P McKenzie. pro- , tion of our city. He said we have ;
vincial grazing commissioner, gave a
very interesting talk of a mo-t practical nature, full of suggestions 'hat
everybody can carry nut and that
when adopted will result In greater
prosperity for the community and
each farmer and rancher individually.
A report of these meetings will be
given next week.
I vise
ItacU
in their advtrtfatag
Princess Radziwill arrived on the
noon train last Friday to give her
lecture under the auspices of the
I O D.K She was met nt the station
by Mrs McKowan and Mrs. I)r. Oreen.
During the afternoon Mrs. A. A. Mac. I ed
I Klnnoa and Mrs. b-lckion called m surety W back here again.
beautiful city here and all the conditions surrounding us to make a
large and prosperous commercial
centre. He said also tiiat wu have a
Splendid lot Of men and women here.
All we need to do ia advertise it. He
waB a firm believed in advertising.
Why Is It that people eat more hen's
eggs than duck's egga? Simply because the hen advertises her producLs
while the duck sneaks silently away
from her nest as though she were
ashamed of her product, He Inform
Herald reporter that he would PAGE TWO
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
THURSDAY, JANUARY  JIMU. 1818
Cranbrook Herald
Published Svery Thursday by
Till)  CRANBROOK  HER ALII,   LIMITED
W. A. MYERS,     :     ;     :      :     :       Managing Editor
Advertising  lintcs  nn  application.    Changes for Advertising MUST be li |
lliis   offico    Weuneiiaj   ininn   the current   week   to   secure   attention.]
CRANBROOK, BRITISH COLUMBIA   THURSDAY, JANUARY  30th, 1919
ESTABLISHED    187$
IMPERIAL RANK
OF CANADA
BUSINESS ADVANCES
Growing bmineu concerns, partnerships and corporations who
desire an advance for legitimate purposes should consult our local
manager and discuss the matter with hilt »-
I fairs under those conditions; the
■ pang put him into office; they expect
' he will have that moral aBtigmatiBm
< thnt prevents him seolng too much
or that mental paralysis that prevent
i him thinking ton much; tbey expect
; him to obey the law just enough to
I fool tho public and 'let the gang
' have ti free hand at the same tint.
(To he continued next week)
TIIK  PBAC.fi  (ONKKKKM'K
The great peace conference nt Paris
Is now well under way. it lias been
organized on a parliamentary basis
and every country In the world ex-
cept Germany, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria, Turkey and Russia are represented im it. Russia will be admitted if it fulfils certain conditions
which It is proposed to consider if
the Russians accept the proposals of
the powers at a conference which is
set to take place on Princess Island
in the Black Sea. Russia at pres-
enl iloos nol Bhow any Inclination to
send representatives there,
The rtrst session of the congress
wns remarkable ror what was heard.
President Wilson'a address, in moving ihe resolution for the establishment of the league, was strong anil
eloquent, containing a lilni of firm
determination to make tlie league a
vital energetic, dominating factor In
the world's affairs. When he said he
would not dare abate a single item in
tho programme that constitutes his
Instructions, he said it with a smile
bul his lips were shut ln firm purpose
as the sentence ended.
Canada's interest will be well taken can- of in the conference by Sir
Robert I-. Borden anil several lesser
lights, lie has already taken up the
cudgels In the interests of the smaller nations with good effect.
Premier Clemeneenu, of France, is
president of the conference and has
shown himself to he a shrewd and
strong leader.
A minimum standard of living In
stead of ;i minimum wage Is becoming
the battle cry of tlie working men.
If everyone was compelled to live in
a good bouse, comfortably furnished, and amongst sanitary surroundings; forced to oat plenty of palatable
and nourishing food; obliged to have
n wardrobe filled with numerous
changes of clothing; driven to spend
an hour or two every day in recreation and entertainment, they would
not bother their heads room a minimum wage any more.
ll is said i.i.ii the ex-kaiser will re
turn to Germany at tne earliest favorable opportunity. If he ever sets
foot on German soil again it will be
as a ghost without a head.
William Hohenzollern celebrated
his sixtieth birthday sawing wood to
build his own fire. That's not a
come down for AVIllIe, but an In fin
ite raise in tbe scale of humanity.
The railway board is to sit In
Nelson on Feb. 21, to consider the express rates on fruits. Ttie growers
complain Hint tbe rates are too high.
THE CHIEF OF POLICE
"THE GOAT" FOR THE
SINS OF SOCIETY
The following article Is the
speech delivered at a Convention
of Chiefs of Police nt Newark,
X. J. It is unite applicable to
conditions iu Canada and shows
what our own Chief of Police
l« up agatn&t.
PART I.
During recent months we read
much in our papers und magazine?,
about triangular incidents—two men
and the eternal woman—-or two women and the indiscreet man. Seldom
do we find interesting Btorlea of
three men or throe women, hut always the unevenly balanced trlanble
gives the thrill that interests the
general public
So It Is wltll the Head of our police
department, and we find him surrounded by ii triangle whose sides of
gambling and prostitution are erected upon a base of politics, and whose
apex Is selfishness and graft, trying
to perform the duties of his office,
satisfy contending Influences and
bold his Job at the same time, a
triangle of no mean proportions most
or us here will agree,
If all the citizens of a city had tbe
same standard of morality, were ready to obey all the laws on the statute
hooks and support recognized authority, tbe work of a police chief would
be simple and easily performed, but
because there are many standards
of morals and because some ctlzens
are willing to obey certain of our
laws and nre determined to disobey
otiierH, the work of the bends of our
police department becomes complex
and difficult.
The gambling instinct illustrates
this matter quite clearly and in one
side of the triangle that surrounds
tlie efforts of our police departments.
A great majority of our people like to
iget something for nothing and so tbey
risk small sums with the hope of
getting larger sums In return. The
Rambling instinct was originally born
In tbe Garden of Eden, and her Eve,
the mother of all creation, arter she
bad been warned by tiio Most High
to refrain from eating the forbidden
fruit on the tree or Hood and Evil,
and the lesson she learned we are
still trying lo learn with increasing
varieties. Good and Evil are such relative terms that tu ht good In ooaie
localities would give no satisfaction,
and to bo Evil ln others would be a I
mark of distinction. When wc were
boys we played marbles and tops for j
keeps, that is if we were regular boys,
when we. grew older some of us played poker nnd thought we lind a right
to play our own money and lose It
If we had to, and that it was nobody's
business except our own. Then the
lotteries grew nnd multiplied, the
young man on n small salary invested bis money in tbe hope of winning
the capital prize that meant his marriage to thc girl he cared about; the
mother took a chance so she might
be able to afford a piano for the girl
who was growing and whom the mother wanted to have thc same advantages ns thc girl in the next bouse;
•he lather saw a chance If he won
lo pay off the mortgage on his home,
so the effort to secure something for
nothing grew In proportion to hard
times, low salaries and hard social
conditions, from the man who played
fl five-cent piece in a Chinese lottery
to the vast system of stock gambling I
that Is played by the greatest in the
financial world. As the evil grewl
efforts were made to put a stop to It
and so the usual method was pat in-
to operation in our several states to
enact state and municipal laws that!
would abolish gambling.
The gambling Instinct is so ingrain-
I ed in the majority of people that to
j stamp it nut would be a task beyond
j the power of law. statute or Divine.
1 That gambling is nn evil no one will
I deny.    Men   play  at  various  games,
lose money that should go to butcher!
and the baker, commit crimes to secure money with which to use ln this
craze  that   becomes    an    obsession.
When they are driven from one place
that may be closed by the police they
move to other places to hazard their
earnings In games of chance.   Gamblers who play on thla human weakness nre quite willing to pay for the
privilege of conducting gambling house.,  und  so gruft  enters   Into    the
game and policemen are tempted   to
keep tlieir eyes closed and their lips
sealed  when  sufficient consideration
is offered.
Prostitution Ib the most complex
und difficult problem that thc police
chief has to contend with, nnd its
solution ls still so far tn the future
as to be beyond the mental vision ol
tbe wisest and most patriotic of the
world's humanitarians.
Wo Bland amazed at tbe ramifications of this moral disease, a malady
that makes men and women forget
wife, children, honor and reputation.
A human condition that causes us to
He, steal and kill ln its accomplishment and that makes for the greatest
percentage of disease In the land.
This, the other side of the police
triangle, has broken more Chiefs of
Police than any other reason, and is
one of the immense burdens that is
laid upon his shoulders. The sale of
liquor Is so closely allied with the
problem of prostitution that we cannot consider tiie one without considering the other.
Gambling and prostitution, with
their allied evils, are the horns of
the delimma. that, with tbe aid of
vicious politics, is goring into the vitals of cities' social life, and pushing
many Chiefs of Police into tbe sea
of oblivion.
History recites the fact that Abra-1
ham Lincoln said, "A bad law should :
be enforced until it is repealed." This
remark of a great and good man Is!
a favorite expression of many so-
called reformers, and hardly a upeech
Is made that Ih critical of some police official that Home reference is
not made to it. A Chief or Police is a
social doctor who has Mb hand on the
pulse of public opinion. He is placed into office under different conditions nnd bo must consider those conditions in tbe discharge of Mh several duties. As he Btepa into official
positions he usually takes an oath of
office to the effect that he wll] obey
the constitution of tbe United States
und enforce to the best of his ability
those penal statutes and ordinances
that form the criminal code of his
city and stale. But where Ib there a
Chief of Police whoever did or could
enforce all the penal statutes or his
city und state. If he did the tax
puyera would go broke to provide
the Jails and prisons to accommodate
the prison population that such action would cause, and the Chief of
Police would go to fields and pastures
new where Mb abilities would be bet-
ter appreciated in lines of new endeavor. Who makes the penal laws
of our city and state? Politicians,
and our Imagination would be stretched -beyond the scope of reason If
we considered those politicians to be
all statesmen. Your city councils,
your boards of aldermen and the mem
hers of your legislative bodies, both
state and national, make laws that
are supposed to govern our actions
as a social entity, and those laws that
aro enacted very often do not express
the honest opinions of their several
bodies, hut they are passed by reason of public opinion, a desire to continue In office, or sometimes because
of less worthy reasons. These laws
are ftrwowtly pasted to mat a presv
CRANBROOK BRANCH,
B. E. HOWARD,
Manager.
PASTE THIS IN YOUR HAT
ent contingency, and when the contingency passes they are permitted to
go into disuse, and it is this disuse
tiiat makes trouble for police chiefs.
A Chief of Police is supposed to represent all the people of ;i city nnd
Is not supposed to represent any particular section of socicety that will
result in unfair treatment to the
majority of the city's; population.
Sometimes a Chief, of Police Is in the
control of certain reform elements of
the clly, and sometimes is in the control of anti-reform elements In either case lie is unable to properly
perform his duty because n Chief of
Police may bo ever so wise, bonesl,
efficient and Independent, but public
opinion must be taken1 Into consideration, and to a great extent control ills
actions. Public opinion Is a mighty
force but is one of tbe mosl uncertain
things that thc bead of a police department has to contend with.
Sometimes an hysterical reform
wave may agitate a city and sweep
Into office n mayor who is a blatant
demagogue, aud who is wholly unfitted either by education or ability for
tho high office. With liim may be
carried a majority of control of the
affairs of a city. Then the Chief of
Police lias a bard time. Unreasonable reforms attempted; the liberties of tlie people invaded: hypocrisy
rules where common sense should be
in power until the hysterical reform
wave recedes and reason is enthroned
once more and those men who were
olaced in power relegated to the place
their mediocre abilities deserve.
During all this time, however, the
Chief of Police Is between the devil
\nQ the deep sea. He Is made the
coat of those who want impossible
reforms nnd those who wnnt that
wide open condition that he cannot
•icrmit. He Is tbe butt of every re-
foim club; every woman's organisation wliose ideals are born of emotionalism and immature sentiment
He is expected to put everybody in
jail, and hy the power of force and
fear make people forget the laws of
humanity, the taint of heredity and
the wisdom of experience, and if a
thief of Police can keep bis bead under such conditions and still serve
the people wisely be deserves a crown
of honor Instead of a crown of thorns.
A city may have been In the control
of a political ring who liavo been conducting the affairs of a city in a. so-
called liberal manner. The power?
for the time being believe tiiat the
laws should not be enforced in a drastic manner. They believe in public
pleasures, dancing in cafes, houses of
prostitution, a certain amount of
gambling und a degree of laxity in
the enforcement of those laws thnt
mean a certain amount of individual
freedom. Perhaps tho ring imve been
In control for a number of years and
the people grown accustomed to those
moral conditions, that as a general
rule ln coast cities or cities of large
transient populations at least, are believed in by the majority of tbe city's
population. The merchants want a
liberal policy; they are in business to
make money; they believe that if
houses of prostitution are running
men will come to the city to gratify
those desires that are natural; these
men purchase lu the stores, patronize
restaurants, places ot amusement, an
spend money Treely. The women or
tho underworld are generous buyers
in drygooda Btores und Jewelry establishments and restaurants: the real
estatcmen and owners of real property want to keep their places rent
ed; the gambler and the sport make
money easily and spend It easily, and
so the affairs of cities, placed as they
are on a money basis, arc carried on
in a way that makes for financial
prosperity. Your Commercial Clubs
ami your organizations like tho Merchants Exchange are continually Inviting people to come and lake up
their residence in the city, to engage
In new business enterprises, to spend
money, but you seldom or never ask
them to give a clean moral bill of
health, und the fad is thai thc condition Of their morals Is never passed
upon so long as tiny have thc colli to
invest and are willing to spend It,
The Chief of Police is I lie man who
is expected tu carry on the police al-
The Mayor has appointed the following committees of the city council for lho current year:
PInanco — Aldermen MacKinnon,
chairman, Eakin and MacPherson.
Works and Property — Aldermen
Bakln, chairman, Balment and Flowers.
Water—Aldermen Raiment, chairman. MacKinnon and Shankland.
Fire and Police — Aldermen Mac*
Pliei'son, chairman, liniment and Eakin.
Sewerage—Aldermen Flowers, chairman, MacKinnon and Shankland.
Health and Hellef—Aldermen Shank
land, chairman. Flowers and Mac-
Phersou,
The membership of the Creston
Hoard of Trade now numbers 23.
Lucky  Creston.
Frail, Sickly Children
Improve Rapidly on Vinol
The reason we so strongly recommend Vinol for
frail, sickly children is because it is a non-secret
remedy which contains Beef and Cod Liver Peptones, Iron and Manganese Peptonates and Glycerophosphates — but no oil — the very elements
needed to build them up. It is delicious to the
taste, and children love it.
£
These Two Mothers Have Proved Thi*.
Willi.rn.on, W. Vt,
" My little boy wu weak, puny,
anri *.ired all the time, did not want
to do anything. Vinol wai recommend,-d and it built up his strength
ami made him healthy. Now he romps
and plays like other children. We
certainly believein Vinol for children."
—Harley Clay.
Bainbridce, N.Y.
"My little daughter, 13 years old,
overworked and was run-down, tired
all the time, nervous, had headaches,
couldn't eat and had to stav out of
school. Vinol has built her up. She
has a good appetite, no more headaches and has returned to school
again." -Mrs. Lester Andrews.
iflOt Cr^es -Strength
Cranbrook Drug
Book Company, Druggists.
IGoId
s*""e
Gold Soap goes farther and does mort
work for the money because it is of the
highest quality obtainable in laundry
soap, and because it is also the largest
cake obtainable at the price. The
highest quality combined with an extra
generous quantity means economy for
you.   Just ask for Gold Soap.
Cold Soap i. made in the Procter & Gamble Fuctorie.
at Hamilton, Canada
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THESE
EXTREMELY
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QUOTE"FOR
IMMEDIATE
SHIPMENT
Formerc than thirty-five yean "SHUBERT" ha, no™ BlvlnB Pur Shl-rm an hone,! and lib-,.1 „„„r.r-„r,l- p.,,'*- ,h. h,.he,t merle,
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,'~.-» ■ ,or vnm """- ouiclte.' - the bet aud promptest SERVICE in Ilia world."
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BSHU D^ErSR* TTV inc
LARGEST HOUSE IN  THE  WORLD   DEALINlTEXCLUSI.'tLY'/lV'"-'
A.M E RICAN   RAW   p.U R,S
25   17 W.Austin  Ave    ■■HrMjnW,   Chicaao    U.S.A
Sramophom
tffiuy/hff
Be sure and test all makes
of machines in town before
deciding
We Stock the
Brunswickde
Columbia
Encourage Comparison is our
Motto
Large Assortment oi Records
Raworth Bros.
Next to tlie I'oatoffice.
Jameson's
HAKIM.   POWDER
Feather Light
JAMESON'S
JAVA AMD   MOCHA
COFFEE
JAMESON'S
TEA
JAMESON'S
EXTRACTS
The users  are  the  Coi>
nolsenra.
F,»MONDSON,8 DANCE OBCHE8TRA
Now Open for Kngagenwnts.    One to
Four Fleets
The Music with tbe PEP.    For Terms
Apply
MBS. EDMONDSON
or phone SSO Cranbrook, B. C.
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meets In the
Parish Hall
first Tuesday
afternoon ot
every month
at 3 p.m.
Pres,, Mrs. S.
H. Loaasat
Secy. Mrs. J. W. Burton, P. 0. Box 611.
AU Indies cordially Invited.
PRICES MARKED
In every Coeur d'Alene bed*
room ie a framed card on
which is printed the rates of
the room.   In other words
the   Coeur d'Alene   Hotel
marks  their selling prices
In plain figures.   The patron knowB what his bill will
be; he knows that he is not
being overcharged through
a misunderstand—-his or the
clerk's—he  knows that he
is  paying just what every
other occupant of that room
pays—  no more, no  less.
That's   standard   American
practice fn first class retail
stores; some day It will no
doubt be standard practice
in the best hotels.
That framed card Is a small
detail,   but   it   illustrates   the
Coeur d'Alene way   of   doing
things.    It's one of the many
concrete  applications of   the
Coeur d'Alene policy of fairness
and a full and-honest money's
worth, to every patron whatever
kind or price of room he occupies.
THE
COEUR D'ALENE
THE HOTEL WITH A
PERSONAT.ITV
Spokane, Washington
' GET   THAT   OLD    HOUSE
FIXES UP BEFORE IT FALLS
DOWN OB GIVE IH A CON.
TRACT   TO BUILD   YOU   A
NEW ONE
Clarke & Sainsbury
Phone 71 or 87*     F.O. Box SM
"WHITE"
SEWING MACHINES
MADE IN CANADA
ton  CANAOIAN HOMIt
WILL GIVE YOU
COMFORT
■ASK AND
REAL PLEASURE
WHILE SEWING
Can you think of any reason why
there should not be one In your
home?
LAIDLAW t% DEWOLF
01.11 and Mining Engineers
B. C Lnnd Surveyors
CRANBROOK, B. C.
lira. Oreen k MacKinnon
Physicians nnd Surgeons
Olllce  ot  residence,  Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICE HOURS
Forenoons     0.00 to 10.00
Afternoon..   2.00 tn   4 00
KvenlUKS   7.30 to   8.10
Hundayn  ....'   2.S0 to   4.30
CltANIIIIOOK, 11 C.
I.O.O. I'.
KEY CITY 1,011(1 B, No. II
Meets   every
Monday uliht
_ »-«.-*-*-    at Fraternity
;iall.     Sojourning   Oddfellows
cordially Invited.
E. II. McPhee        W. D. Gilroy
Secy. N. O.
»B. P. B. MILES
DENTIST
Office in Hanson Block
OFFICE HOURS
9 to 12. a.m.
1 to 5 p.m.
CRANBROOK, B.C
CRANBHOOK COTTAGE
HOSPITAL
Print* Nursing Home
Licensed hy Provincial Govt.
Maternity nnd General Nursing
Massage and Reat Cure, Highest
References, terms moderate.
Apply Mrs. A. Crawford, Matron
Phone 259 P. O. Box lit
Address, Garden Ave. Cranbrook
IHE HOME IIAKEKY
Robt Frame, Prop.
' rush Uread, Cakes, Pies
and Pastry
Phone IT
Norbury Ave.      Opp City Hall
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Cranhrwk, B. C
Meets every Tuesday nt I p.m. la
the Fraternity Hull
C. a. Borgstrom, C. C.
C. H. Collins. K. R. ft 8.
Vliltlng brethren cordially Invited to attend.
CHAS. S. PARKER
Forwarding nnd Distributing
Agent for
Lethbrldge aid GreenhfU Coal
Imperial Oil Co.
Dlstrbntlon Cars * Specialty.
l-rayim- and Transferring
Given prompt attention
Phone II
The Shoe Specialist
JOE MARAPODI
Satisfaction Gaarnnteel
headquarters tor til kinds of
R.palra
F. M. MACPHERSON
Undertaker
Phone S.-.n
Norhury Ave, aeit to City Kill
Montana Restaurant
■eals at AU Horn
Clgnra. f IgnraUe* and Candy
CRANBROOK STREET.
Opposite tht Bank of Commerce
If tou want satisfaction
with -row washing
aend It to
MONTANA LAUNDRY
Soeclal orlces for family
DR. DeVAN'S FRENCH PILLS iA
iSl'HM/i1! iS J'"""!.-* * ■*» er three lor
!11ii2S!l*L! IB'-* Mow. or mallM to.ay
■atdMseo romptol price. Tas Scoarxi. Dice
Co.. at, Qtoarlna, oiiarlo.        ""»•" ""™
Tlza aad
mm:
■MW'itttads-wul MM iwa m, 5 .boa*.,
3»J« |L.t test asm. eWtS
{■j*™Tea tSBMiL Da. oi.tTaSSff
NOTICE
Pound District Act
Pursuant to the provision,! ot Section 11 of this Act, notice la hereby
given of the appointment ot Charles
Langrldge of Bull River, B.O., aa
noundkeeper, of the pound established
in the Bull River district and located
at the junction of the Government
road and the Bull River, being Lot 118
C. P. R. Map.
E. D. BARROW,
Minister of Agriculture
Department ot Agriculture,
Victoria, B. C, Dec. 13th, 1918. 60-2t
The Herald
$2.00 year THURSDAY, JANUARY :ioth, l!il!i
THE  CRANBROOK  HERALD
PAOK TIIK..K
Everywhere!
No ninl.«.'r when- or h«,v
you uro tlulii* your hit you
t'lfflit life's .(tittles at a OJS-
atlvuutuK*1 without good
eyesight.
VICTORY   DEPENDS
UPON EYESIGHT
Wilson offers you trustworthy services ln prescribing, making und adjusting glasses that will
givo you sight efficiency.
W. H. Wilson
Eyesight Specialist
\
Insure with Ucule &. El we
j     Mrs. T. Baltics and Mrs.  Ross, of
I Creston, nre visiting in Cranbrook,
Kllby frames pictures.   Phone 0.
More
snow is
needed in ll
e  bush
lo get
Ollt    UlRS.
Men
limits' liii
click
a   .-|iee
nltv al
tho V.
M, 0, A.
Mr. nnd Mrs. .1
A. 1
anioron,
ol Slr-
d»r, s]
ent n few
days
with rrl
tnds in
Crnnbr
loll.
(fi 31
TOO MANY
Curtain Rods
IN STOCK
Ncc Our Specially Priced
WHITE ENAMEL ONES
Itciritlnr !l» cents
WHILE TIIEV LAST
3  for   50c
THIS  IS  A GENUINE
BARGAIN
F. PARKS & CO.
hardware & Mill Supplies
Cranbrook,    .    B. C.
ie ai
Ki>v. it. w. Loo Buppllod tlii> i't-cs-.
bytorlan pulpit liaro on Sunday mor-
nine. Wo do not know thnt lie was
pronchlng ror a call, but if Rov, i>. T.
McCllntoch, the inmltTitlor, dot's not
fiirnisii supply tin- Proabyterlans
might iiu ii whole lot worse than to
unite iimler Rev, boo and both con-
gregnttone worship in Knot church,
Thoro Is one beneftl attached to
having nn artificial leg- .vou (-an semi
lt to the doctor fur repairs without
goiiifi wiih it yourself.
Shorthand pupils for
sons, terms reasonable.
Patersnn, telephone i.'!):t.
evening les-
Apply Miss
after 7 p.m.
3-3t*
AI lad in  Lamps—Hanging
lamps, at half price.
The report of the Annual Vestry
Meeting of Christ Church will appeal
in our next issue.
Tiie Great War Veterans Association are organizing a branch at Creston.
An amateur athletic association hit1*
heen formed at Fertile. We understand a similar association is to be
formed in Cranbrook.
The Women's Institute will hold
their annual Valentine Social on
February Mth. Dancing 9.80. and
refreshments   serve'. iV-t.
Found—1 black cow with red cult'.
No visible brand. Apply Deri Johnson,
the Lund ranch, Wardner. Ml
Tlie Methodist Ladies Aid Will meet
at the home of Mrs. H. A. McKowan
on Wednesday, Feb. 6th, instead of on
their regular meeting day.
FOR PAINTING AM)
PAPERHANGING, ETC
—Phone*—
JOHN GARD
rnosE xo. m,
(BAMIROIIK
B. C.
Miss WATSON
DlJESSiVUKER
Dressmaking at reasonable
terms.   Day work In plain
or fancy  sewing,
I'h wit-  KO or Write  Box WH\
Craubrook, H.C.
A pair of gauntlet mitts was left
! at the curling rink during the bon-
apiel. Owner can have same by paying two bits for this advt.
Primary and Kindergarten
school: Principal, Miss Rum-
say, Burwell avenue. For particulars phone 357. 2m.
The Creston  Valley's total export
of fruit and vegetables last year was
160 cars, of which 80 cars were au*
'. pies.
-o~
Fancy and Ball-room Dancing  taught,    For   particulars
phone 404 or box 428.-— Mrs.
Van Braam. 46-tf
The Boy's Club or chriBt Church"
is out for the championship in the.
baskeL-ball field of Cranbrook and lias
issued a challenge to any team in tlte
city.
Singer Hewing machines tor famil>
use, took all the first prizes at thc
San Krancosco Fair judged by experts.
They muni be the best machine; for
sale at thc Singer store for five
dollars cash and J3.00 monthly. We
will take your old machine in part
payment.   Phone 15". 2-mly
From the frying pan into the lire.
W. W. Scott broke Jail at Bonners1
Perry and was arrested two days
after In Creston on a charge of being .
a deserter from thc 225th Battalion.'
and lias been sent to the const for '
trial.
Ethel Luttrell, piano, violin
and harmony. Studio: Hanson
Block, phone 254. 3-lm
Family dinners, six o'clock, on Sundays, it tlie Y. M. C. A.
The school at Sirdar is being taught
by .Miss Goodman, of cranbrook. The
Interior of the school has been improved by having a new flour and
new seals put in.
Ret
future
alii.
n  broad   view
be optimistic
of  Cranbrook's
Head tho Her*
The cash intake at the Creston
Hed Cross at the last meeting wns
close to $50, as follows: Additional
sale of lot raffle tickets, $13; half-
payment on life membership $12.50,
tea $4.70; raffle of three roosters $0,
Mrs. Henderson, donation $5, T. Harris, donation, $5.
This is coming pretty near home:
Pte John A. Hyckman, who left fori
overseas a bachelor, is returning a !
benedict, having called to arms Miss
Bessie Mcintosh of Glasgow, Scotland.
There should be a meeting of the
bachelor girls to put a stop tu this
Itcnerate  benedicting business.
Creston Review: The canvass of the'
Valley on behalf of the Red Cross So-
cfety Is well on to completion, and
with Canyon City. Sirdar, Wynndel
and the lower part of the town still1
to be heard from Just over $3u0 has j
been collected, which, of course, in- [
eludes ihe }M8 commission on the
sale of Victory Bonds*
The flu baa swooped down on   the
Molly Gibson mine In tl"- Slocan and
seven   out   of   eleven   have   heen   ser-
iously attacked by the epidemic, two
of whom have died and tho oilier five
have only a righting chani e for re-
■ ovi ry.
According to s. a Spears, president
of the Creston board (ii trade, thore
are now SO telephones In cruston
board 6C trade, there are now SO telephones in Creston and 30 nutos and
Fords.
BAPTIST  (lit l((H
lliv, .lohn P. Sinclair, pfl-Jlor.
church Calendar
Friday, Jan. Ill, 7 p.m.—Young People's Band.   Lantern Lecture:" Our
Heroic  Firemen."
Sunday, 2nd February   11 a.m.: Divine service. Sermon subject, "The
Test of True Devotion."
il noon. Church School and Bible
Class.
7.30  p.m.:   Evening Worship,  Sermon   Subject,    "Why Soilld   Yoti
.loin  tho Church?;'
Lord's Supper at close of evening
worship.
Thursday, Feb, Uth-  Fellowship Meeting,
Bo Conspicuous by your presence al
these services.
Hon  B. D  Barrow, minister ot an- |"
rlculture,   was advertised   to  bo In
attendance  at   the   meeting   of  the
Farmers' institute and Stockbr lor*.
Association. The mistake was inadii
lu ..ii- Nvwlfne the following telegram
thai wus received by A B. Smitli from
Victoria: ' Reply your letter, E. D.
Barrow will bo in Cranbrook Tuesday
SKtti -T V. McKenzie." The wny it
should have been read was as follows: "Reply your letter K. D. Barrow,
Will bo in Cranbrook, Tues. 28th. T.
P, McKenzie." This puts us in mind
of our school boy days when we had
the following example of punctuation
to decipher. A barber's sign as read
by a customer: "What do you think,
I will shave you for nothing aud give
yon some drink." Tlie same hlgn, a<
read by the barber: "What! Do you
Hi ink I will shave yon for nothing
and give you some drink?
SCHOOL III) MM) .-!{«; IM/I.H
FOB TIIK YEAR 1010
The Public School Hoard for lDlfl
held Its initial meeting with the following trustees present: II. White, W
Henderson, W. il. Wilson, W, J Atchl-
son and W. A  Nlsbet.
Harry White wns re-elected chairman aud T. M. Roberts soerol try-
troasurer,
The Friday proceeding the second
Monday in each montii was fixed as
the regular monthly meeting of Hie
Board id' 8 p.m.
The chairman appointed the following committees:
Finance—Trustees Wilson, Henderson tind N'isbet,
Buildings ami Improvements—Trustees Henderson. Atchison and Wilson.
School Grounds and Gardens Trustees Atchison, Nlsbcl  and   Henderson.
Supplies ami Contingencies -The i
whole  Board.
School Management - The whole
Board.
Piano and Theory lessons by
.arrangement. Phone 404 or box
428—Mrs. Van Braam, 237 Burwell Avenue. 4(>-tf.
Hen are
of
Imitation*
Sold
on the
Merit*
of
■UNAUB'S
.IXniUNT
BLOOD POISONING
Namll«BtV'2ar<0UiSifeF)rat«dTr«atm«nt
How often lockjaw and blood
poisoning result trom the neglect
ot a shutit scratch or little cut! Hamlin's Wlatard Oil is a safe and eficc-
live first aid treatment.   It la ii pow-    ,,-,„,
erful antiseptic and should be ftp-.-lHnl, \
plied immediately to wounds nl tills ■
r
hi
ind to prevent danger of Infection.
It is soothing ami healing and
QUlokly drives out pain and inflammation in cases oi sprains, bruises,
tuts, bunts, bites and stings, just as
reliahli. too, for still neck, sore feet,
cold sores, canker sores, earache and
toothache.
Oct it from druggistc for 30 cents.
lt not satisfied return the bottle and
get vour money back.
Ever constipated or have sick
headache?* Just try Wizard Liver
Whips, pleasant little pink pills, 30
cents.    Guaranteed.
Mrs. Ernest Ryekman of Creston
pot away on Sunday of last week to
San Francisco, to join her husband.
Who left for ihat city about a month
a«o. She is accompanied by the
children, and .Mi**. Surge Of Wasa,
who will spend some time there.
Kitty Becond hand sewing machines
in good running order, most of them
drop heads, for sale Cheap at the
Singer store, phone ir»7. 2-mly
We have had Rpring-Mke weather
for nearly two weeks. There has been
a large amount of beautiful sunshine,
clear skies from dawn to dusk. Old
Sol it, greeting ua with an unusual
warmth and filling us with that grand
and glorious feeling ihat mortals enjoy go much.
Mrs. A. II. Campbell-Smith, B.B.,
I). He. A , was on a visit ro her sister
Mrs Catnpsell, ol the CampseB ranch,
for n lew days. She was accompanied by her daughter Vora nnd Miss
Lake, of Kingston She informed the
Id Unit she had sent a box of
Maple seeds for shade trees for the
clly and public schools, nnd thnt tho
principal of the Frentenac school was
going to send some seeds of the Maple
Sugar tree (Ihe rod Maple) for planting in the spring. She left for Spokane on Saturday.
LAND   ACT
Cranhrook Land District-
Fast Kootenay
Take notice that I, Harry Rymell,
of Kitchener, occupation Laborer, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
—Commencing at a post planted ut
the southeast comer or lot 3903;
thence 2ft chains south; thence 20
chains west; thence 20 chains north;
thence 20 chains east to place of commencement; containing 40 acres, excepting tho B. C. Southern right ol
way.
Harry Rymell.
Dated Oetober Uth, 1918. — i
Data of flnt publUHItm of this no- »
«e» Oetoker VKb, IMS. 49-U
C. H. Phillips; Honorary President
of the local branch of the Q W.V.A. of
this city, has received from the department of Interior, Ottawa, blank
application forms for the returned
soldiers who desire lo settle on Dom-
lon lands this spring. It will be nec-
! essary for all those who wish to en-
Dlstrkt of | gage in farming this coining season
Urget iu touch with Mr. Phillips in
order that plans for the Soldiers'
Colony may be completed. All returned soldiers who have an honorable discharge are entitled lo make
entry and also receive loans. They
are required to have attestation cer-
The drawing for the town lot donated too Creston Red Cross Society b.v
Chas. Moore took place on Saturday
night, Jan. 18th, at the Creston drugstore, and the holder of the winning
number is C. M. Loasby, C.P.R. yard- I
master at Sirdar. The lot was quite,
a moneymaker, the net proceeds be-
Ing over $77.
Tho I.O.D.B. get* the nice little j
cheque or UI72.20 from the Curling j
Club for Its good work in supplying
refreshments at the bonsplel. This j
is in addition to thc amount.-- don-
ated by the visitors and the silver j
deposited in the Red Cross boxes, j
They not only get the money but the!
heartiest vote of thanks from the
local club and all thc visiting curlers.!
Creeton fruft growers have select- j
ed 10 boxes of tlie finest apples in '
the world and sent them to the Un-,
ited Farmers of Alberta in conven-!
•Jon assembled at Edmonton as a
token of good will tn their fellow
farmers of an adjoining province. The
apples were refused, the reason given was the convention protested a-
galnst the duty levied on Washing-;
ton fruit in favor of B. 0, The pres-
ent was thon offered to the ladles,:
but they refused to eat of the forbid-!
den fruit. A great change has come
over the human race since Adam and;1
Eve were alive.
An  organization  has beer   formed
in Fernie called the "Fernie District
Committee for National  Rcronstruc-
Hon," the purpose of which is   to
formulate ways and means of aBBlSt-
Ing In tho problem of returned sol-1
liters' civil re-establishment.   A Sim-
ilar organisation should be formed In
Cranbrook.   W. J. Clarldge. the fed*
eral demobilization representative ofi
Soldiers' Civil Re-Establishment   for!
East Kootenay, whose territory comprises  from Creston to the Crows' j
Nest could be secured to assist in or-!
ganlzlng and explain its duties.
Pete Matjheson was before Magls- /
trate Leask last week on the charge
of selling liquor to Indians, He was.
found guilty and the magistrate lm- j
posed a flue of 1150 and costs or six .
months Imprisonment. Selling liquor j
to Indians and to boys and incnpablcs
were some of thc evils of the license j
system that brought down upon the
traffic the wrath of the people and
caused them to demand a law that
would empty booze into thc gutter.
tlflcates which they may receive upon! They haven't got that kind of a law
filling in the blank applications and-*®1- but ** *••• mre com0 a,1(1 « l°K-
returnlng them to Mr. Phillips.   An-   IMatu" **JJ * *,#ct*d who wU1 cn
1 force it If tha weta persist In perpetuating the worst feature* ot tbe traf-
[iflc Im
Applications should he made aa soon ast
i-1
i
HIRSTS
PAIN EXTERMINATOR
STOPS THE PAIN- AND ACTS QUICKLY
Rheumatism, lumbago, neiirnlcis. ipralm, lame luicir. toollinche, mr-
nrlit- ,s..ri- llinmt. ■■wolli-ii Mm,I.i unci ull flittiilnr Irniiltlr- i*rr quickly
rellivvil hy ilint'.i r-dn Kil--rmi...it..r.  II Im* txxn m.ld for *u jeara,
.111(1 '■liolllil lir ill every .IDIIKHlolfl-.HIK II lltlllflrnl ll'ff,
AlldvaUir* or write us- HIKST REMEDY CO.. Hamilton, Canadi.
WATCH
THIS SPACE
NEXT WEEK
For a Big
MONEY
SAVING
Opportunity
IT WILL PAY YOU TO
WAIT & INVESTIGATE
\Vhite by Nature
Ivory Soap is white by nature as cream
or cotton is white. It is nor bleached.
Its whiteness denotes its goodness and its
extreme purity; for only a combination
of the choicest ingredients could produce
such Ivory spotlessncss in soap.
Ivory's natural creamy whiteness is a
good indication that it will do to your
entire satisfaction all that is required of
soap.
IVORY SOAP
99IA% PURE
Afot'e in lhe Procter & Gamble factories at Hamilton, Canada
LL
:□
SOU) WHERE YOU
SEE THIS SIGN
The Dominion of Canada
offers
War-Savings Stamps
at $4.00 each
during this month
And will redeem them for S5 each
on Jan. 1st, itu
Every dollar will be worth more.
W-S.S. can be registered
against  loss
THRIFT STAMPS
2 5    cants    c u c II
16 THRIFT STAMPS
uchmtAoabla for ono W-s.s.
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
oi Canada Limited
- Office, smelling and Refining Department
TRAIL. BRITISH  COLUMBIA
SMELTERS     AMI     REFI.VERS
l'lirrlni-er ni' (."lil. Silver, ('upper. Lead and Zinc Ores.
Taliiiuur Brand I'ii; Lead. Hlue>tnne. Spelter and Copper
All
three brands
sealed in air-ticht
packages.   Easy to find —
it is on  sale
everywhere.
Look (or. ask for.
be sure  to act
WRIGLEYS
The
Greatest Name
in Goody-Land
, WRIGl
_J3lE
■^SPEARMINT
"*« PtRfECT QUMrji
SEALED TIGHT
DOUBLEMINT
TgaM»3Kg
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ThcFlavourLasts THE CRANBROOK HERALD
THURSDAY, JANUARY 30th, 1919
mi-:n.Mi.it.;
Many of tin
tiiis district i
back to their
I'liiiuimi
iod soldiers trom
ortod as coming
by way ul'   the
fiirtIut news of
their anticipated arrival is anxiously
awaited.
The weather for tlie most pun ol
January haa been exceptionally mild
and il is witli difficulty Hint sleighing
is carried on at all owing to the short-1
"CINBEKKLLA"
Girla and gorgeouBness, describes
in two Illuminative words (he mag-
netlc attractions or p. StuaJt-Whyte'a
"Cinderella", which comes to the
Auditorium on Thursday, Feb. 8th.
Stuart-Whyto has a reputation for
gorgeous shows, and judging fiomall
advance reports, he has eclipsed his
previous, efforts with "Cinderella".
Tlie action of iiu' piece is in two acts
and eleven Btiperb bcougs, The mnsl-
cal ,,,■• contains Bomo thirty nong
iiits and there aro a half dosen brilliant dancn numbers. Tin- whole in Interpreted by ii cast and chorus of
exceptional ability ami run- perBonni
charm.
OltK UECKIITS ■■■ THAU SMIll.TKH
Oro receipts In gross  s for tho
week from January 15 to January 21,
1010, Inclusive, at the Consolidated
company's smelter, Trail, wore as fol
lows, Consolidated properties
shown in heavy race tyipo;
Mines       Locality       Week
Arlington, Slocan     46
itluc Grouse, t'owichnu
llntiatr/a.  Evens,  Wn	
(ruler Slar, Kottsland . .2820
Eagle,  Newport,  Wn.   ..
Echo, Silverton       85
Emerald, Salmo      38
Km mil. 1*: li til t    .">Utt
Eurega, Taghum 	
Florence, Princess Ck. .. 156
Galena Farm, Silverton .. --
IronMask, Knmloops .... 40
Idaho-Alamo, Alamo   —
Jersey, Salmo 	
Joaie (LeRoiS). Rossland. 282
Lead Queen. Brlsco 	
Lucky Jim, Kaslo     r*s
Molly Gibson, Kill" Mer..   "•'■*
Number One, Sandon .,.
North star, Kimberley ..
Paradlso, Athalmer  	
Ram.-Cnrlboo, Ramblor ..   03
Reco, Sandon 	
Reardon, ('lines. Wn	
Rotallack, Retallack ....
Unth, Sandon         It
SI. Eugene, .Moyle  	
Silversmith, Sandon     24
Standard, Silverton      27
Sullivan (ilne) Klmherloy ft! Id
Sullivan (lend) Imberlej   ■-:■»
Spo.-Trtnket, Alne-worth .
Venus, Carcross, Viikon .
Totals    7484
being'
Year j
412
MM,
42
5,80(1
tG
85
.MM
104J
156
63
111!)
28
J
■io:
ss
134
:',4
360
197
03
li
35
0,088
T.i I
47
42
ai,37i
WANT ADS.
III
: STAB SECOND   HANI!   STORK
M   nf   Bargains  lists   Week.
PHONOLA Talking Machine, tho
only machine maile in Canada, The
only machine mado with organ pines.
Cabinet machine "88. s II ditto $25.
ORGAN Bell Organ Co., 11 stoiis,
siilemliil tone, groat bargain "20.
Alladln Lamps -Hanging or kIuiiiI
lamps, nl Inilf price,
PIANO FOR SAIE
CHEAP
PHONE 9
IF YOI" HAVE ANYTHING TO SELL
Phone D; it yon want to buy anything
Phone n
Plain sewing, children's clothing
cspoclnlly. Apply Mrs. Parrel!, Unr-
well avenue 1-31
Girl Wanted—For goneral linnse-
wnrk, guild wagoa. Apply in Mrs. W.
E.  Worden, 30 Armstrong Ave. 5-3t
STOVE WOOD
111 in. green blocks 3 ins. lo 12 Ins.
thick, '■',\.£ ricks $0.50 Ordinary split
green '.','i ricks $8.00. Othor lengths
In proportion. Phono 0. E. Foole,
Wycllffe line, betwoon *', and 8 morning or evening, Froe Telephone Service.
DAIRY RANCH FOR
SALE
Situated one milo from the O, P. H.
Dopol nt Lnndbrock, Alta. Three
hundred ami twenty acres well fenced, lots of wnter. pood house, two
story ham. Lower half of barn cement anil stonn.
Thc improvements on this place cost
five thousand, Will sell lor $7,000
un terms,
There is a wonderful opportunity
for a dairyman to buy this place nnd
ship milk to tin ("rows Nest Vass.
A. M. DBNSMORB
r.-.ii I dbreck, Alta.
KILVLKK SHOWER SUGGESTED
HIK I'lUMTSS I'ATKU'IA
Wo are in receipt of tlie following
letters which we cordially give to onr
readers for their perusai ana action:
Victoria, B.C.
Editor Cranbrook Herald,
Dear Sir—Lady Barnard will be
greatly obliged if yon will kindly publish this letter together with lhe
enclosed copy of a letter from Lady
Borden upon tho subject of a national
wedding gift to Her Royal Highness
ihe Princess Patricia of Connaught
froth the people of Canada.
Lady Burn ard has communicated
with ihe Women's Institutes, lhe Women's Canadian Clubs, the Women's
Councils and tho Chapters of the
Daughters of the Empire throughout
the Province, asking them to remit to
her any sums of money they may receiver lor this purpose, and would suggest that anyone wishing to contribute should get in touch with one of
those organizations.
H. Muskott, Private Secy.
Otlawa, Out., Jan. ti, 1919
Dear Lady Barnard: Tlie announcement of tiio engagement of Her Royal
Highness ihe Princess Patricia of
Connaught has been received with
much pleasure and satisfaction thru-
out tho Dominion. During the period
of her residence in Canada Her Royal Highness, by her charm of manner
umi bcr kindly and unaffected In their
welfare, became greatly endeared to
onr people, and It would seem mosl
fitting that they should, upon the
occasion of her marriage, be afforded
CANADIAN
ACIFIC
Banff
Winter Carnival
*nd Bonspiel
Feb. 8 to 15
I urlinu Ski Itncing
Hockey Snow Shoe ltace*.
i-'Iiriire Skating    Toliugiinnliig
Speed Shilling      Trap Shouting
Ski Jumping       Swimming Hiice*.
NO ENTRANCE FEE
For Railway Tickets apply any C.P.-
II. Ticket Agent.
4. E. I'ROCTOH,
District Passenger Agent.
Calgary
the opportunity of offering a national
wedding gilt as a testimonial or their
appreciation and regard,
[i would seem to me that tills might
lake tho form of a "Silver Shower"
made up of contributions from all who
may wish to take part, in sums from
tho smallest up, so that the participation may lie as widespread us possible and from all classes of the community. Donations would, of course.
■■ entirely voluntary and spontaneous.
The arrangements for the "Shower"
would, I think be most appropriately
made through the wives of the Lieut,
governors of the several provinces,
who would exercise their own judgment and discretion as to the host
mode of drawing tbe matter to the
attention of the public within their
respective provinces.
1 suggest that tho lists might be
left open for u period not longer than
one month from a date to be fixed
later, after definite information Is nl
hand as to the date or the wedding.
I shall be most grateful if you will
kindly write me expressing your
views us to the proposal which 1 have
Outlined, also any suggestions which
you mny he good enough to muke as
to the form Which the gil'l should
take, it should, i thinn, ne distinctively Canadian, ami furs hnvo been
suggested as appropriate.
With hind regard- ami all good
wishes for the New Year,
(Signed)  Laura Borden.
fl       «     A    *,    .■**,  ty    M
3 n*w
«CIXl>EltEMiAH
Do you believe fn fairies? Do you
love bright lights and pretty girls?
Would you be willing to spend two
und a bait hours In Fairyland?
"Cinderella" Is Ihe third big English pantomine which Mr. Whyte has
brought to Canada, and judging by lhe
success or his former. "Aladdin" and
"Kobinsou Crusoe." it js destined to
prove the biiggesl event or the present
theatrical season.
.Aftg*
ESTE0
S
lav ihe foundation uf chronic chest
troiijios. .tfauy cases vt cunsutup-
tit.ii m:i he traced to neglected
colds in childhood,
A cold should receive prompt
Ireatmont with Peps. Peps is tho
dii-pct treatment, lt is breatheable
and therutoro quickest and most
effect! te.
Pops are *•■* pleasant to take that
ihltdreu tlever refuse them and
their absolute freedom from harm*
L-I drugs makes them especially
suitable for children's coughs,colds,
soro throat, bronchitis, etc. Every
inbll er should keep Peps bandy.
All dpilprs r.Qc, box.
PROVED"
ZanvBuS luvptuable for ectemi,
both In thp .*><-> of my baby aid
myself," savs Mrs. L, Bontn of
West A rich at, N.S. Sho add.:
"Baby's skin was badly broken
ont. but repeated apiiUoatlons of
Z&m-Buk   entirely   cured   it.
"In my own case, I lind eczema
ou my hands, which made lt very
Inconvenient for me to do my
housework, Particularly was this
so, cs lt aggravated the trouble so
to put my hands In water. By using
ZaW'Buk, however, I Boon got ro*
He', and ii wa^not very lour; before
every traco of tho trouble had disappeared. I really think no home
r': ii Id he without Zam-Buk."
Zam-Buk is equally rood for sll
pi- - injuries.   All drnlers BOc box,
I.MCHtlM   MIYITKI.
lint  \iTi;M.nms
Cranbrook people can prevent appendicitis wiih simple buckthorn hark
glycerine, etc., as mixed in Ail-lc-r-l-kn.
ONE SPOONFUL flushes Ihe ENTIRE I
bowel tract so completely li relieves i
ANY CAKE sour stomach, gits or constipation ami prevents   appendicitis,
The INSTANT, pleasant action of Ad-'
Ier-1-ka surprises both doctors and patients. Leaves slonuuh clean and j
strong. — Beattic-Murphy Co., Lid.,
Druggists.
W. D. Hill's Sacrifice SaJe
Will Close Saturday, Jaiv. 8
A reduction of (85 per cent), (hie ((uarlir off the
regular priee of nil shnpes of Shoes in Ladies', Misses',
Hoys' and Children's and 2011 pair of Shoes, lines ire nre
discontinuing, nl one half price
Ladles' Dresses in Silk, Silk Poplin, and Serges.
'.Ml llliie and Hlaek Serge, all sites, regular *l I for #lll..'>(l
Silk I'oplin and Serge Dresses lhe verjr Intost i I(>ls,
regular #ls..*,ii for #1.1.1111.
Ladies Skirls, Mouses,,Middles and Hose nre to lie
sacrificed,
(llnghnms, I'lnnncleltes and Ilress Goods »ill he
sold at one quarter off lhe regular prlees.
Call and lie convinced thai nl Hill pals on a sale
II is genuine.
W. D. HILL
NOTICE
Take notice that, under Ihe provisions of Seel ion 222, Chap. 37, Revised Statutes of Cannda. 1000, the Canadian Pacific Railway company (as
Lessees exercising the franchise of
the British Columbia Southern Hail-
way) Intends to apply to lhe Board
of Railway Commissioners for Canada, after the expiration of four weeks
from the dale of the first publication
of this notice, or as soon thereafter
sa the application can he beard, for;
authority to construct, maintain and
operate a branch line of the British
Columbia Southern Railway, from
Yahk to Meadow Lake, iu tlie Province of British Columbia, as shown
on plan, profile und book of reference
combined deposited in the Nelson
Land Registry Office as 524 V 2; notice of which deposit is also hereby
given in pursuance of the provisions
of tlie said section.
Dated this 20th dny of January, A.
D., 1919,
K. Al.KXANDKIt
4-41. Secretary.
Canadian  Pacific Railway
Company.
POBT   STEELE   ASSESSMENT
DISTRICT
FOR SAIE
1917 FORD
TOURING CAR
Kan  less than  1-MHI  miles.    Ill
first class condition, with $100
extra efiuipmont.
PRICE $600.00
APPLY BOX itm. ro II Lit A LP
Notice Is hereby given that n Court
of Revision nnd Appeal under the
provisions of the Taxation Act. and
the Public Schools Act, respecting the
Assessment Bolls of the Fort Slcele
Assessment District for the year 101(1,
Will be held at the Government Office
at Crnnbrook, B. (*.. on Wednesday lite
R&w Furs
Wanted
Tr&ppeu ,F.\rn)er.$.
It does not cost you anything to
Get Our Z\&\) Offer
on your furs. Express them to us
■VK'I.I, FAY All. CHARGES
over $5.00 valuation. Wc make
you our offer
AMI 11111,1) YIHIt FIRS
Tor your reply, returning tl""n
AT (llll EXPENSE
if not purchased,   Try us
In Business Since 1SSS
Send for Price List.
Special price for Dark Martin
Mackay StDippie
218  Mil Avenue. I ulitiirj, Alia
IBth (lay of February, 1919, nt ten o-
clock iu lhe forenoon, and st the Government office al Fernle, B. I'., on Friday the 21st day of February, 1919,
nl ten o'clock in Ihe forenoon.
Dated tit Cranbrook, B. ('. tills 7th
day of January, 1919,
A, 11. MaoDONALD,
Judge of tlie Court of Revision
A Se.lHIc ol (Imlerellii tiirl. In thpllltr Kaglisb PintonlM -TINIIEBF.I.M" nl U» Auditorium Thurs, Feb. 01b
Have Your Own Name
Or Brand Name
Printed on
BUTTER WRAPPERS
THE LAW SAYS THAT YOU MAY NOT SELL BUTTER FROM
A FARM OR THROUGH A STORE OR MARKET UNLESS IT HAS
THE WORDS "DAIRY BUTTER" PRINTED ON THE WRAPPER.
AS YOU NOW HAVE TO USE PRINTED WRAPPERS WHY NOT
HAVE YOUR OWN NAME OR THE BRAND NAME PRINTED ON
THE WRAPPER AS WELL AND IN THAT WAY GAIN VALUABLE
ADVERTISING, IF PURCHASERS OE YOUR BUTTER WHO LIKE
IT'S QUALITY DON'T KNOW WHO MAKES IT THEY CAN'T KNOW
WHAT BRAND TO ASK FOR WHEN THEY WANT TO BUY TIIE
SAME KIND AGAIN.
AccordliiR to tlie Dominion
government repulniions all
fanners who sell butler
either lo the stores or privately, nre required to have
It propertly covered ill a
wrapper on which MUST
appear In prominent letter
tlie words
"DAIRY BUTTER"
The fad Is also emphasized
Hint all butler In audi
packages must he of the full
net weight of sixteen ounces
and in default of same a fine
or from 1(10 to *.10 for each
offense is imposed, Whey
butter must be so labelled
oven when mixed with dairy
bntler and dairy butter retains its label even though It
be mixed with the creamery
product,
YOU CAN BE SUPPLIED WITH
NEATLY- PRINTED WRAPPERS
FOR YOUR BUTTER AT THE
HERALD PRINTING OFFICE, FOR
FOLLOWING PRICES:
Papor and Printing
Included
20(1 Wra-ipors f«r ..  , .$2.50
Mill Wrappers for $8,5(1
I linn H'nppcrs for #5.00
These prices include belli Hie
I'nper which Is (lieliesl obtainable
fur Hie purpose, And Hie print Im;.
WE CAN SHIP UIMEIIIATKLY ON RECEIPT OF ORDEB
CRANBROOK  HERALD
"QUALITY PRINTERS"
linker Street, Cranbrook, Rrlllsb Columbia
PRICES   SUBJECT  TO  CHANGE,   OWING   TO  THE   IRREGULAR
CONDITIONS OF TIIE PAPER MARKET
AUDITORIUM Theatre
Thursday, Feb. 6th
The Show you have waited a whole year for
A   ■VOMIl.ni'TI. STORY, Kcnutfiilly Told
In TWO Acts nnd Eleven  Supcrli Scenes
with Miss Zara CLINTON*
AMI Al.l.   TIIK   FAVORITES  OF   LAST
YEAR'S "II0I1I>S0>   CRUSOE"  CO'Y.
Sent Sale ot neallle.Mnrphy's.    Ilny your Tax Tlekels with your
PRICES .75 $1 and $1.50 '
TAX    5c 10c &  15c
Let Music Brighten the
Lives of Your Children
Let tliem grow up in an Rtmotpliere offood mime.
Lei their Appreciation of the beautiful tMngioflife be developed
by good imiiii-.
Let them receive the Indelible imprint of culture and refinement
thruugh the medium .'.'(......! muilci
While the young iniinU ire open to receive tuch inipreiiiom,
begin their miislcalj and higher, education with
mmw edison
"The Phonograph with a Son/"
This wonderful instrument brings the world of muiic into your
home ; re-created by the world's greatest artists. No matter where
you live, your children can have (lie same imiskal advantages tl
though living in the great cities during the height ot the musical icaion.
The New Edison does not merely imitate. It re-createi. No
human ear can distinguish artist trom phonograph. The famoua Ediion
tone tests have proved this, not once, but more than 1500 timet.
Start the Children's musical education to-day, by bringing them
here, and letting us play a program of charming music that will be as lfc9
enjoyable for you as it will lie delightful for the little one*.
CtanM Dm & look Go, LU, Cranbrook, B.C.
i
Herald Want Ads Pay
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