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Array THE CRANBROOK HERALD
VOLUME 18
CIM>U3ROQK,. BRITISH COLUMBIA,
THURSDAY, .NOV. 9th, 1916
Assembly. Apr.-lii   NUMBER    16
CRANBROOK    HAS   THE   MINERALS   THAT   MAKE   THE   MONEY
UN NEW
MEMBERS WANTED
Y. M. I. A. Will Huve Hii:' Ten Uny
Mt*iiihi*r**hi|i rnni|inimi l-'rum
Nov. Hill to Nov. Ullli
A hits' tiioml)orsltlt> campaign will bo
conducted hy tho V, M, C. A, throughout Aiiit'i'lcu (rom Nov. Hth to Nov LM
hi nu effort to mid BO.000 now mom
bora. Craubrook Hallway Y, M, <', ,\
win iiartlolpnto in tho campaign and ii
in expected ii iioraoual canvas will Im*
mado In tin* city for now momberH,
Oranbrook now ims 72 mom bora in
good atandlng, and II la believed this
numbor  can   be  vory  materially   In-
croaaed.   Thoro nn ly two Hallway
Y. M, C. A.'s in Western Canadn, tho
mn- nt Cranbrook ami nnotlior ut tto-
volatoko, imt tlu* nioinborahlp la l*y no
means confined to railway men. Tito
railroad companies, howovor, bolteve
tliat tho Y. M. (*. A. Is a worthy Institution ami contribute liberally to its
maintenance.
Tlit*; railroad draws largely upon tho
villages and tin* placea of tin* country
for its recruits. Thoy are young men
still iu their habit-forming years, and
tlie nature nt' their employment trees
tlit'iii from their accustomed restraints.
The bunrUliif,' places which cater to
them in many localities are of quea-
tionable character. The food Is not
good and there aro not facillti
butliiiiK or recreation.
ILAWES' AID SCORES A SUCCESS.
Tho Ladies' Aid cf Knox Church
are to be congratulated oo the success J
of their hot supper and concert last
night. From tl till eight-thirty the old
church building was crowded with a
hungry throng  who demolished  tlte
bountiful supplies of good thlngfi provided with a genoroua hand until ll
aeomod as though tin* whole city were
gnthored thero for wnp|n*r.
The concert in thr church afterwards was thoroughly enjoyed by all,
Mr. II. White occupied the chair aud
th<> following took part in tin' programme: Piano snln, Miss Helen Wor-
lon; solo, Mrs. Hold; piano duett,
Mrs. MoPlierson nnd Mrs. Ryekman;
rending, Mr. Scott McDonald; solo,
Mrs, McPhorson; piano and Violin :
selection, MIbb Wanda and Master !
Vinconl Kink; piano solo, Mlsa Pye; |
solo, Mr. Harryimin; Address, Itev. |
W. K Thomson. Mrs. Kidd Is a ncw-
comor to the city and will he u valued
acquisition to musical circles,   lt waa
Mlas Helen Worden's first public up- I
pearniice and she acquitted herself j
well,
Tlie money raised will be used to
renovate the building, and put it In '
good shape to hold meetings, etc.
L
WATER HUES BEING Pi WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Still Trying !•> Oet Teacher for tfumiul
Truiniim School—The "Serap of
Paper" to be Hung
iu Schools
Turning off ol Water for Non-payment
K Having Good Effect- Only One
lamily Now Receiving Relief
other   Business  at
Council Meeting,
of   the   Sell,
Hoard
ent CIlJj
Trustee
Ahum,n
:iihu- meeting
s held on Friday lasl, pres-
nan Whlto in the chair uud
Wilson.    Henderson    and
Olll
of
ate
I Mid*-
appomtnt'
of Mr
pal   of  th,-  High
of $125 per month
.vas confirmed.
ouuts were passed
SUPPLIED LIQUOR TO INDIANS
(Special to the Herald)
Pt. Steele, Nov. 7th- On Friday last
3rd iust Constable Walsh arrested two
: Indians by name Abraham and Joe
for | Stanley. Both were under the influence
rot liquor and the former had broken
" Frequently the places of amusement'. windows and door of Jack Kerrigon's
whicli arc of convenient location aro , house. The Indians appeared on the
not those whicli promote either self-! 4th beforo T. T. McVittie, J.P., and A.
respect or health.   It must be remem-1 B. Fenwick, J. P.
and Manning
Atchison   ii-*   prim
School rn .1 Bulary
as from Sept. 16th
Tin* following ac
for payment:
Teachers' salaries $1012.60, medical
Inspector $41.65, sesretary $26, janitors $125, C. P. Telegraph $2.02, Cranbrook Electric Light Co, $2, Cranbrook
Sask H Door Co, $8.25, Canadian Forestry Associition $1.03, Bast Kootenay
dreenhouse *l.s.7."., Gilpin, J, $3.50, G.
M. Henry Co, $18.94, Parks & Co, $4.75,
S. U. Roo $20.60, Weatherill. P. $5.00,
It. C. Carr $6.00.
The matter of engaging a teacher
for the manual training school waB a-
galn up for discussion. Tlie Hoard are
very anxious to secure a teacher and
reopen  this  valuable  department  of
The regular monthly meeting of the
city council was hold Wednesday morning, present .Mayor Clapp and Aldermen Balment, Leask and Santo. Alderman Hanson took his seat later. Tin*
minutes of last meeting were read anil
confirmed.
A communication wus read from the
Land Registry Offlce ut Nelson Intimating that it would he impossible to
make tin; necessary searches and supply u lisL of registered owners for the
nominal sum of $10 us In the past but I Fuml .uul j,.- to t,.Q Befgjwi c
that the regular fee of 50 cents a name  AIll.    T*le |lia|iillg o( H(„kH
a muni
would have to he charged. Carbon co.
pies of any change; in registered owners may be obtained for the nominal
fee of 7 cents eaeh. Thc council however has the right to send a represen-
DonatJoits    Mude    to    Red    Crutf,
Belgians and  Son bins-Candy
Uemonstrutious*
The Women's Institute held their
monthly meeting on Tuesday when a
very large number of members und
visitors were present .Mrs. W. IS Mc
Farlane presiding. A good deul of
business arose out yf the correspon-
ihmce,  communications   being   rood
from the Hon .Mrs, (iuest. President
■ if the Women's Institute in Dorsetshire, Eugland., and from Mrs, Watt
Halo of the Advisory Board of W I.i
who is lu England organizing W. 1
branches, The greater part of the
afternoon was devoted to war work
iiml a motion was made uud carrie 1
that $-0 be donated to tlie Red Cross j
Association', V2n to Serbian Relief
lldren'a
id gar-
New Gossard
Corsets
ments continues and at the shower at
the close of the meeting tlie following
articles wore laid ou ,the table:-
27  prs.  cocks,  X  helpless shirts.  8
suits pyjamas, and a number of mouth
bered that these young men are the
material from which must be made the
conductors uud engineers, and in some
cases tlie officers of tomorrow. It is '
a serious matter to let them got started wrong. It makes no difference how
wi* may differ on o ther phases
of the liquor question, we all stand as
a unit on the proposition that there is
no room for whisky in the cabooBO or
on an engine.
What has all this to do with the subject? Just this: The Railroad Department of the Young Men's Christian Association stands today ns an
agency for the promotion of reliability, without an equal, it recognizes the j
manffold needs qt railroad men and
meets them In a practical and efficient
manner, it provides, tlie wholesome :
food, tin* facilities for rest, cleanliness
and recreation
Abraham was fined $10 and costs or
30 days for being intoxicated and $iii1
und costs or 2 months for breaking into the house.
Joe Stanley was fined $15 and costs
or one month for being Intoxicated.
Finos were paid  in both cases,
Constable Walsh left on Monday 6th
fnr Wasa to arrest Patrick Doyle, the
man who supplied liquor to tlie ln-
dlans. He was tried on tlie 7th before T, T. McVittie, J.P., and /
Fenwick, J. P., and lined $50 and
or two months.
tatlve to mako the searches person-; wipes. It was announced a quantity
ally, and no charge will then bo made of wool is on hand and anyone wish-
by the Registry Ofllce. As It la neces-1 ing to knit may obtain same from Mrs.
sary for tlie preparation of the voter's Tisdale.
list und for the assessment roll | a box of clothing including 3 pad-
that this be done, the following ' ded quilts, was recently dispatched fur
.motion was passed: Moved by Alder- Belgian Refugees. The music for the
the school work but it seems very diffl- man Balment, seconded by Alderman day was in charge of Mrs. Boecli who
Santo, that the city clerk be author! z-1 also accompanied, The following
ed to go dowu to Nelson ami make Items    wore    given.     Miss Roberts,
tlie necessary searches as tn registered i vocal solo, Miss Ivy Beech and Miss
owners of property In the municipal- Hazel Taylor, vocal duett, humcroua
ity according to sec. 41 of the Land reading in Irish dialect, Mrs. Spence,
Registry Act, and that In future the|pianoforte solos, Miss Ivy Beech and
B.,
POI'LTKV MKKTING
It encourages sociability, witiiout
interference with right living. It is
democratic—an association, not an institution. Then* is nothing ubout it
Which savors of charity. It is of benefit to the companies and they assume
their part of its expense, it is beneficial to the employees and they pay
their share. From an operating standpoint both gel big returns on their
money.
tho
recent    flr
la,
McDermot'
,MS
hold  at  lie
INQl'lRY INTO ITlli:
An    Inquiry Into
which   destroyed1 A,
bonded   warehouse        	
t {overnment building Tuesday and
Wednesday     before     Mr      Sherwood
Herchmer of Fernie, appointed by the
Government as Commissioner to hear
evidence and Investigate    The inquiry
was requested by the London Mutual
who carried the Insurance on the
Btock, but no charge was laid agalnsl
any person \ number of ftitttOCBOS
wen* hoard uud considerable evidence
taken, inn nothing of un Incriminating
pntura against anyone was brought
OUt ond tho hearing adjourned with
oul tucking any rtndfi.g, but may sli
again if any farther evidence is
broughl to light
I At tbe last meeting of the Poultry
i Association arrangements were made
I for obtaining the regular supply of
winter feed for the memhers. Those
I who havo not yet put in their order
t should do so at once to avoid disappointment.
The delegate to the H.C PA. convention was Instructed to favor Kamloops
for the provincial  show.
A. B. Smith guve a very uble paper
on the winter housing of poultry at
the conclusion nf which he wus tendered a vote of thanks. Hen Palmer
gave a few interestinp remark-* on cooperation,
The next meeting will be held on the
third Friday in the month. Nov 17th,
iu tlie council chamber,
cult to obtain a manual training man
who will also assist in tbe high school
work. It was moved by Trustee Manning, seconded hy Trustee Wilson, that
the chairman and secretary he Instructed to take the necoscary stops to fill
the vacancy In the Manual Training
School by one capable of assisting in
the High Bchool.—Carried.
The Secretary wus instructed to pre-
paro und present a statement of the
expenditure incurred on school
grounds and school gardening and
submit same to Mr. Gibson at Victoria.
The copies of the famous "Scrap of
Paper" supplied by the Department of
Education will be framed and hung in
the school rooms, and the secretary
was instructed to get a price for tho
framing.
Tiu- principal asked Tor extra lighting at the school for the school fete In
aid nf Belgian children to be held on
the evening of the i.'.th. Moved by
Trustees Wilson uud Manning thnt a
committee of two be appointed to arrange witii tin* principal for necessary
lights at the Central School for the
School Entertainment nn Nov. 16th.—
Carried.
Cranbi
ding
ek   ( nil nil   School.
Stan-
if Pupils for Ihe
October,
MrlUll.
Tlllim   PUS   1\   Ml SON
Division i
Honor roll   t Angle Davis, 8 Ada
Brown,   Douglas   Hrown.  3.   Annabel  __.__.. , _„___„ „.._...	
Hallett. 4, Mary Mann, Cordon Taylor,   than for the whole proceeding qtuir
5,  Kdith Cummlngs, 6.  Irene  Beech
carbon copies of changes be secured
at the rate of 7 cents each.
Mr. Nisbet was present on behalf
of Mr. D, Parkin, owner of the King
Edward School building, who desires
sewer connection but Is outside the
City limits. The usual arrangement in
cases like this is tliat the owner of the
property pay the expense of extending
the sewer, and pay the yearly share
of the debenture debt according to the
assessed value of the property, and
when the property is tuken into the
city the cost of constructing the extension to his property will be repaid
the owner. On motion the Mayor and
Clerk were authorized to enter into tlie
regular agreement.
The action of the Mayor and Clerk
in taking SHuiun from tlie sinking fund
to purchase War Loan Bonds was approved of by the council, ami a motion to that effect placed upon the
minutes.
The question of loaning coats, boots,
ladders, etc., from the lire department
wus brought up and in very emphatic
terms the aldermen voiced tholr disapproval of such proceedure. Instructions will bo given to the Fire Chief to
loan absolutely no pnrt of the equipment, und he will be held personally
responsible for everything,
In reply to a question as to how the
the old water accounts were bolng paid
Up, the city clerk replied that more
money had been taken In last montii
and up to the present day this month
Miss Alma Sarvis. A paper was read
hy Mrs. Shaw tin the unavoidable absence of Mrs. Survls) ou the "Une of
Nuts" which proved very instructive.
THK KOARI.V (MMK.
A meeting was held Tuesday to organize for the curling season. President Ceo. Hogarth occupied the chair
Thero was considerable discussion and
much Interest wus manifested. On
motion the old officers were re-elected
for tlie coming season, viz: President, Goo. Hogarth; Vice-Pres., R. Eakln; Sec.-Treas., A, C. Howness; Ice
Committee: C. Tisdale, H. Topham,
Lester clapp, Chaplin, Rev. VV. K
Thomson; Official Umpire, John Choi,
ditch. Exoeutlve-Pres., Vice-Pros., and
Secretary with the Ice Committee.
Membership Committee, W. F. Cameron, A. C. Bowness.
The membership fee was placed at
$10 for tho season.
Ice will be made us soon as the
weather permits, and a meeting held
luter to elect the skips.
A shipment of Gossard
front lacing Corsets has just
arrived. Many new models
to choose from.
The unsatisfactory "Hit or
Miss" method of selecting a
Corset is of the past, the
Gossard people make a distinct model to suit every figure. The prices run from
$2.50 to $30.00.
New Shoes For Wom.'n
A good collection of high grade Foot=
w*ir in Goodyear Welts and Turned
Soles. Patent Kid and Gunmetal Leathers, very pretty Mat Kid Evening Slippers
with High French Heel and Colonial
Buckles.
McCreery Bros.
Cranbrook's Dry Goods and Clothing Stores
Perfect attendance—Howard Arm*
strong, Irene Beech, Ivy Bidder, Beryl
Cameron, Annie Blayney, Ada Hrown,
Joe Boyle's "divine right" notlom
the score of being an old timer were j Cameron, _ 	
rudely shattered ths week when Mag- Douglas Brown, Jamea Cassldy, Angle
Istrate Arnold sentenced him to thirty Davis, Grace Doris, Annabel Hallett,
days for vagrancy, and ho was forth- Ida Johnson, .Mary Mann, Evelyn
with Riven fn-e transportation to tho Moore, Clifford Moth. Hugh Simpson.
Nelson Jail where he will have plenty I Violet Simpson, Clifford St.EIoi, fior-
of time to revise his ideas.   Evidence  don Ta
wus tuken in the i
luul   been   living
prostitutes
mrt proving thai In
n the earnings   of
Wanted Hoard and room in private
house, by steady working man. Write
Box 24B, lleruld Office,
lor. Crossley Taylor.
Bit Men 2
Honor mil   Norman  Beech
Lilly Taylor. 82.42. Freda Tay
Donald Dallas, 77.8f
77.71,  Annie McBln
Perfoel altondano
l'i rcentagi. 89.22 -
Malcolm Bolanger,
Mnrlon Drummond
Hugh Hannah, In*-*
Laurie, Hurry Mac
Morrison,   Kdith   Mur
SH.41" i
*r,7!U4.
Kathleen Snook,
'.   TIL'S.
No. enrolled -to,
Norman     Beech
Donald   Hollas,
Reggie   Griffin
Hoy,  Bruce
ter. a number of delinquents have
had the water turned off, but there an*:
;i number of others who will have the
same treatment meted out to them mi-
lens they change their ways and puy
up all buik rates.
The City Engineer's report was read
uml received.
Alderman Balment reported for the j
Belief Committee. The city has spent
very little money on relief the present
year, the Stojack family being the only
one on the list just now. Several other matters were brought up but no
action taken.
One of the wagons belonging to the
city but which Is not needed will be
sold if a reasonable price enn be se- j
cured for it.
The   following  accounts  were  pre-
TREMENDOUS
SACRIFICE SALE
See How You Can Save Money on
Medicines, Drug Sundries, Stationery
and Toilet Articles
Its ■>>nsfi! 1 j 'Jij».u1 t) xil High (jraJ; article of the abive
II: 111 Mi I ll 5.)!:ill iili i, bit ,v* ;o::i to mivt shortly alter
J e *: ii i .* • i ; . i i i   i ii*  i: v 11 • l :,• it ),•-* nivt dxir to our present loca*
il I   W/Il'   nil/  b.')'<3H   Ihu; W3 cannot   replace, we arc* going
ill
> J»
ci:n  >i aiuata IVim 2nd jus sacrifice on,
m. rin
nl. Kntlileen Snook,
Viola B
I Toe/lor,
llnms.
treeyil, Annie
y. Ileey Hotel
Alma Sarvis
Kill
Until
Wa
Simpson,
son.   Uve'
Edward
i'l   Wil
A. Woodland, teacher,
III,i.iiui ll
Period attendance- Freddy Briggs,
Christine Carson, Charlie Clapp, Ethel
Dow, Mabel Finley, Arthur QUI,
Cladys Qritfln, Lonoro mil. Archie
1 lui'ip. Jack Kirkland, Harold Kummer
Irene Uliinell, Martha Messenger,
Charllo Muscor, Hurry Musser, Paul
McNeil, Rolve Parker, Thelma Patmore', Winnie* Phillips, Frank Roberts,
Roblun Somervllle, Warron Spence,
Jack Stevens, Juck Ward, Norman
Wasson, Beatrice Wilson, Bertha Leclerc, Bella Foster,
Enrollment  41.   percentage  00.28.
roll—Winnie  Phillips, 87.00
HIM, 70.00
ItimiT UNIIRIt HIS MINK.
HurdliiK, In Itnieiklyii Eagle,
Honor
Ethel   How. 85.00 Lonoro
Roblm
Hrlggs
Kummer. 75.00,
E. M. Boclitel, teacher.
Division I
Heeneer roll—Lawson Qutlllam, Elsie*
Black, Vera P.nxtor, Bessie Hnllot, Ray
Seott, Wilfred .liilli'iv.
(continued em page' two)
leilialel, Margaret sp,1teel and passed tier payment: Cranbrook Electric Light Co., 1200,28. city
Livery J42.R5, city dorks' sundries
$50.02, Crnnbrook Cartage? $41.4",. Sash
K- Dteor Factory $7. Cranbrook Herald
$11, Cranbrook Drug & Hook Co. $13,
city Transfer & Warehouse $225.oc. c,
Ee silo $14.25 Fink Mercantile Co. 70r,
Uutii*r Percha Rubber Co. $57.07. Han-
seen enrage' $2, Kootenay Qarage $6,80,
Kootenay Telephone Lines $17.40, Little & Atchison $37.80, A. J, Malsey
$0.40, Ira Manning Ltd. $48.40. O. Niblock $50. Patmore Urns $2.75,T. N. Pnl-
rett $11.25, School Board payroll
$1284,99, Police* payroll $250, clly olll-
e'lals $247.50, Flre Dept. $285.50, City
Engineer $l!i:'.70. The City Transfer
account as presented amounted to $285.
but as the strwt cleaning contract Is
not yet completed one month, $G0, was
deducted until the work Is completed
to the satisfaction eef the city Engln
eer.
After the business had been con
Somervlllo, 77.00 Freddy eluded the mombers set round for sev>
0.00 May Brake, 75.00 Vivian <!r"' minutes waiting ror Alderman
HanKoo to make' his motion to adjourn,
this being recognized as one of his pre'-1
negatives, but on account of his late- j
ness ln arriving Mr. Hanson conaontcd
to allow another alderman the privilege for this time'.
Four hundred anil sewi
ployed In tho mini's „r th,
trlct, against about lun
two years ago,
— I     Mr. A. C. Cock, fruit inspector, hnn
nly men arc eondomndd a car of Washington npple«
Sieneleni ills- j shipped   from  Spokane.    Thoy  wore
ut this tlmo j the> worst case Mr, Cock says he i'vit
saw.
Thursday 16th, Friday 17th, Saturday 18th
VV: hive a fe.v of th; in ny bargains listed below, and many others
vill bi s;m iii o-ir wlnJnv and inside the stose, commencing at eight
);l>;'< on rhursday morning.
TOILET
SOAPS
' cak,*. sal"
Reg l'.i' e-ak,', sale prico 10c
Reg, 1 box 36c, sal" price 80c.
Reg. *; biers 2,'e'.   >iii,. price Hi
I'asllle Snap -Reg, 60c bur, sal.
burs
price
SHAVING
Reg. 75c
BRUSHES
-11.00—I1.J5- In «l 86
•   HALF PRICE
Sale price HALF PRICE
NAIL Hill SUES
Reg. 25c to $1.00.
eaTe ami tTi.itji IMIWIIEK
Colgates Macljli"> X Cashmere Botjuels—
lteg price 25c. sale iirlce- 2 for 3.1c,
Reg. 26c,   sale price 2 fen- 2,iC
Reg. 26c,   sale price 4 for 25c.
Reg. 10c likes,   sale price 10 pkgs for 2,1c.
TOILET WATERS & III IK PERFUMES
Reg. 50c to $100,    sale prico HALF PRICE
reg. $1,00 to $3.00,  sale price HALF PRICE
FACE CREAMS & LOTIONS
llu/cllein Snow, ree 60c,   sale- price 25c.
Josephine Cream reg. 36c, sal,- price 2 fur 35c
Itog. r,0c,   sale |irli'e 3 for .',11c.
HAIR & SHAVING LOTIONS
Ite'g, SOc tee $1 em.    sale  price  HALF I'ltll K
FLORIDA HATER
lie-g. 25c   sale price 15c
WINE
<■ price ,','ee
Keg :',:,,  Papetrles,
Tablets, reg. 16c tu 36i
BEEF, I III i\
Reg. fl"".   -
STATIONERY & TABLETS
sale prl' ■  2iie'
;.::' •   Illl* tee 2'eC,
SPONGES
It,"-*  26c to 36c,   sal" price-25'- dlsconnt
ABSORBENT COTTON, I th.].ig.
It' g  76c    Sale price 55c.
LEATHER GOODS, 1'iirsc*.. (onl Cases, otc,
2.','.  DISCOUNT
HOT WATER BOTTLES
Reg   $2 25 tn $2 5(1.    sal" price SI 25 to 11 50
POST CARDS
Reg. 2 fur 6c,   sale price 15c per dot.
PAPER \<>\ ELS
Keg    2  fur 26C,     Mil" prlCO 6   fill'  25,
l.imiiii-'iil*,, Olive nil, Vaseline, Cnslnr oil.
Cough Strops. Fruil Suits, nml mnn) oilier
Articles \\f lune- no space In dcserllic.
Cranbrook Drug & Book Co. Ltd*
W. J. ATCHISON, Manager.
PHONE 7i PAGE TWO
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
THURSDAY, NOV. 9th, 1916
\   ! |y?w*"i
mOYALlL
IE AST
MAKES PERFECT BREAD
who scriilini/As any one of the
handsome Diamond Hinge we
are offering for sale of necessity
pronounces it to ba peerless in
design and a stone uf the first
water. We carry none hut high-
class Jewelry and wo are In a
position to guarantee overy article we offer for Bale. In gold and
iilvei- Jewelry, Diamonds and
other gems we save you money.
RAWORTH BROS.
Jewelers .V Opticians
IHE CKANUItOOK HIKAI.l.
issued   Weekly   bj   The   Craubrook
llornldi I.imlltd.
T. II. Kay, Editor and Manager
Cranhrook) It. <« November Dtli, MM!
LOW GltADE mini; is oust
INVESTMENT
In view nf what was said hi these
columns lost weefc about the low-grade
Hold ores in the Perry Creek district,
rTfurrinf- in particular lo tin* Home-
Htako Min«', tin; following artlele by
Marl'. Harris, a prominent Montreal
mining broker, in a recent Ut-.uo of tho
Financial Times will be very int.-rest-
Ing and apropos:
Tho avorago business man knows
little or nothing about tin* technical
part of mining; consequently, he often judges a mining property by com
parison, and although this is tho usual rule in overy lino oi business, 11
Is misleading at times when applied
to mining.
I'or Instance, a layman would naturally think better of a mine that
would show on* running $100 to $200
a ton than he would of one with or«>
averaging (5 to $10 a Iou and still, iu
nine cases out of ten, the low-grade
mine would [prove tlie better Investment.
High-grade ore. as a rub*, peters
out, whih* low-grade is found in large
bodies; and this explains why all of
our big gold mines earn their dividends from low-grade on*.
The Hollinger is. without doubt, the
greatest gold mine in the world, and
the average value of the ore is from
$!) to $11 u ton.
The famous Treadwell Mine, which
is ono of the steady dividend-payers,
makes a profit on ore that runs only
$1.25 to $l.r.o a ton. Of course they
have n very largo tonnage every day,
as no mine could make money on BUCll
ore unless tliey did business on the
wholesale plan,
What I have said about Hollinger
nnd Treadwell applies to practically
every big dividend-paying gold mine
nn the North American Continent;
therefore you eon see that comparison of valiu-s on gold ore Is a misleading way of determining tin* true
worth of a property.
M.TTKIt TO Till:   ED! TO It
What le Send ihe Soldiers,
The editor of the (ranbrook Herald.
Dear Sir—In a letter received yesterday from my son written in ,i "Dug
out" somewhere in Prance, lie asks
If we will send over a few things like
"mustard, curry, fixings, cocoa, or
things like that tliat can be utilized
for making our present grub more
palateable. You take bully beef and
biscuits by themselves and they are
most undesirable hut a few items like
these and cocoa tn soak the bricks In
make an eatable meat of tliem".
Many Christmas parcels ure going
form Cranbrook this next week and
perhaps the senders may be glad of
this bint.    I am sir,
Yours truly
Tho Mother of 540125,
TJMBElt CUT Koit SEPT EMU Ell
The timber returns for the mouth
of Septi mber Issued hy the Forest
Branch show the total of sawlogs for
tiie Province to be 105*706,387 ft, b in ,
In addition to 423,412 lin. ft. poles and
piling, and 23,561 cord;, of ties, Bhinglc
holts, posts, etc,
Tho returns according to forest districts are as follows:: Vancouver 78-
556,121 ft Bnwlogs, 144,276 lin. ft. poles
etc., and 10,755 cords of holt-', ti' s, etc;
Cranbrook. 13,038,880 ft. sawlogs, 40,-
a.,2 lin. ft. poles, etc and :ur>i cords of
shingle bolts, etc; Island, 11,461,412 ft.
.sawlogs, 3,080 lin ft poles etc. and 405
cords of holts etc; Vi nion -I.O-is.UD 1 ft,
suwlogs; Prince Rupert 1,750,210 ft.
sawlogs, 24,568 Un. ft, pole;-, tte. .md
1,687 cords of shingle holts etc; Nelson
768,355 ft sawlogs, 87,646 lin. ft. poles
ete and 1,082 cords of hots etc; Hazel-
ton 135,007 ft* sawlogs and 04,770 lin
ft. of poles and pile ; Fori Qeorge, 00,-
00ft ft. sawlogs; Karalooks 20,260 llnonl
feet pules and piles; and Lillooet 7,1157
lin. ft. poles nnd pilon.
THEATRICAL  NEWS
Coming events at the Rex, other
ihan advertised iu tills Issue include
Buch Bterling screen drumas as '"Carmen", "A Soldier's Oath", "The Mau
Wiio Stayed at Home", and muny
others whose fame has spread the continent over. .No efforts are being
spared by the new management to
jeresent onlj attractions which have
proven to be popular, and it Is with
pride that tiny point to such innovations as "The Two Orphans", "Siun-
aon", 'Drugged Waters", "The Floorwalker" and others of recent exbibl-
tlon. Arrangements are being made
in install a second moving picture mu-
tliiiie lu tin* up-to-date operating room,
ihu*- enabling the shows to be produced from start to finish without a
break. Both machines will further he
operated hy motor-drive, Instead of
being hand driven, and several other
appliances designed to sllll further improve the already fine projection will
lie Installed at considerable expense,
the only motive being "better service
for the money," and an absolutely perfect picture.
At tlie Auditorium, tentative negotiations are at present heing entered
into whereby "Ten .Nights in a Barroom" will he produced by a talented
Sherman company about the middle of
this month, and "Twin Beds" the ex-
ceedlngly popular farce-comedy, by the
original .New York company on December 1st. Positive; announcements
will be made later.
Princess Romanoff.—Princess Romanoff, after a chaee across two continents to Hnd tho man who killed ber
lover in Russia, discovers the murderer, only to fall In love with him. But
unwittingly she has already betrayed
him lo the hired assassins of the
White Czar. How she saves him, and
in so doing narrowly escapes ending
her own life by her own hand, makes
;i thrilling screen drama at the Rex
on Friday and Saturday.
Thrown to the Lions (Red Feather
photoplay).—A strong live-reel offering, adapted by .Norbert Lusk from a
story hy Wallace Irwin. It gives a
faithful picture of modern metropolitan life, nnd Is Introduced by a prologue, dating back to the time of Nero,
showing a young g'rl thrown into the
lions' den. The analogy is drawn that
innocence Is still sacrificed In the life
of today, as In the past. The story of
Llnnlo Carter is very strongly set
forth. She finds happiness, but only
after facing many troubles. This rises
gradually to a climax and holds the Interest well. Mary Fuller, Joseph Glrard, clifTonl Gray and others appear In
the east, ut the Rex Monday and Tuesday, November Ll and 14.
ley, Bennie Murgatroyd, Norman Par
ker, Frank Roy, Gertrude Scott, Willie
Stewart, Willie Tjaylor, Lfcuglaa
Thompson, Jean Ward, Kdward White,
Dnlsy Whittaker WUholmlne Woodman  Andy Cassldy,  Eddie Bliss.
Percentage    attendance    96.52.
Honor roll—Angus McDonald, Dorothy McKowan, Florence Qard, Quy
Moseley, Cyril L*ees, Jean Wilson.
Mlsa  Pye, teacher.
Division 7
Perfect attendance—Doris Brooks,
Mary Beattie, Clifford Blaney, Effle
Charbaneau, Kathleen Dallas, Henry
Godderis, Margueritte Godderis, Fanny
Hop Chanay, Theodora Huchcroft,
Loran Jordan, Kenneth Jollffe, Ro-
hena Kelly, Saanley Kimball, Harry
Kimball, Margaret McDonald, Vaughn
Key, Arthur Shankland, Kathleen
Strachan, William Snook, Allayne
Wallinger, Lisle Willis, Bernard Wilson,  Robert Taylor.
Aggregate attendance 804, percentage 88.50.
Honor roll—Class A.—Arthur Shank
bind, Kenneth Jollffe, Henry Godderis
Alleyne Wallinger ami Bernard Wilson, equal.—-Class B.--Theodora Huchcroft. Kathleen Dallus, Fred StujacU,
Harry Kimball.
E. McK. Fisher, teacher.
OlvlKlen S
Perfect attendance—Albert Badham,
Andrew Carr, Graham Dale, Ivy Dezall
Allan Gill, Robbie George, ErneBt Kennedy, Billie Lee, Jimmie McFarlane,
Mary Mitchell, Jack Slvan, Hillyard
Simpson, Ethel Speers, Lillian St.EloI.
Miss Faulkner, teacher.
Division 0
Honor roll—-ClaHs A.—Mary Foster,
Phyllis Rlaney.--01uss B.—Thompson
Patmore, George Kimball.—Class C.
Jeun  Beattie, Gladys Troup.
No. enrolled 43, percentage attendance 92.01.—Perfect attendance—Jack
Atchison, Jean Beattie, Jessie Brown,
Harry Brown, Marion Carr, May Cox,
Selina Dixon, Mary Foster, George
George, Byron Haynes, Tommy Marshall, Frank Martin, Bertie McDonald,
Kathleen McFarlane, Etta McGlll,
Jessie Mclnnes, Dale Moseley, Ida McGregor, Sophie McGregor, Thompson
Patmore, Lizzie Miller, Annie Robb,
Hazel Simpson, Margaret Stewart,
BIrney Strachen, Evelyn Ward, Marlon
Williams.
Miss McLennan, teacher.
South Warn School.
Division 1
Perfect attendance—Robert Askey,
Connie Bassett, Joseph Belanger, Phil
SCHOOI   REPORT
(continued from page one)
Perfect attendance—Gordon Armstrong, Dorothy Bassett, Elsie Black,
Vera Baxter, Robert Eakln, Bessie
Hallet, Eneas Hogarth. Thomas Hogarth, Stella Johnson, Helen Leclerc,
Vera Lister, Lenore Little, James Logan, Stanley .Moffatt, Donald Morrison
Joe Mueller. Eunice Parrett, Thomas
Reekie, Ray Scott, Sam Speers, Agnes
Somervllle, Gertrude Hopkins, Gordon
Woodman.
S. D. White, teacher.
OltlsJon .I
Honor roll—Delia Baxter, Margaret
Carr, Alexia Messenger, Alex Cassidy,
Olive   Simpson,   Phyllis   Hersey.
Perfect attendance 23, percentage
90.32. Delia Baxter. Margaret Carr,
Ethol Clapp, Nora Finley, Stanley
Fyles, Wong Hum, .Marlon Henderson,
Leonard Jecks, Walter Lee, Lauretta
Leclerc, Alexia Messenger, Reginald
Parrett, Olive Simpson, Helen Somervllle, .Mary Somervllle, Edward spence
Joe Stojacks, James A. Taylor, Cam*
IllO Tito, Helen Mueller, Alex Cassidy,
.lack Cassidy, .Nerval Caslnkc.
Melva L, Cartwright, teacher.
Division fl
Perfect attendance—Eva Armstrong,
Meryl Carson, Dorothy Dufour, May-
one Dufour, Lillian Jackson, Edwin
Jecks. Patrick Kennedy, Ralph 1-adds
Meh-iiie Leask, Cyril LecH, Angus Mo-
Donald, Dorothy McKowan, Quy Moso-
LAW  SOCIETY  OK  MUTISM
COM Mill A
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that at
a meeting of the Benchers of the Law
Society of British Columbia, held in the
Benchers' Room, at the Lnw Courts,
Victoria, B. C. on the 2nd of October,
10lfl, the following resolution was
passed in accordance witb section 45
of the Legal Professions Act.
E, C. SENKLER
Secretary, L.S.B.C.
"That upon reading the complaint of
Nesblt E. Willoughby against Thomas
Tighe Mecredy, a Barrister and Solicitor of tbe Supreme Court of British
Columbia, and the exhibits therein referred to, and upon hearing Mr. J. L.
G Abbott and Mr. H. B. Robertson on
behalf of the complainant) the defendant not appearing although duly cited
with notice of citation tn appear at tre
meeting of July 3rd. 1016, and with nutlet of adjournment of tut hearing until the meeting of October the 2nd, 1916
ai appears by the affidavits of service
dn"y filed:
"Resolved, that after rareful consll*
eratton of the said complaint, ♦hi
Benchers are nf Uio o pin'on thnt tli*
ild Thomas Tlglio Merredy 1ms ly-ati
guilty of Professional misconduct In
the premises and that lie he disbarred,
disqualified and struck off the Roll n*
i Barrister and disqualified and struck
off the Roll an a Bollcltor of thc Supremo Court of Hrlth.h Columbia.
BAD STOMACH TROUBLE
Yields to Delicious Vinol
Shreveport, La.—"I had a bad stomach trouble for years and became so
weak I could hardly walk or do any
work. My appetite was poor, my food
would not digest, I bloated and was very
weak and nervous. I tried many remedies without help. I saw Vinol advertised and tried it, and now my stomach
trouble is completely cured aad I am
well."—E. L. Marshall.
Vinol ii guaranteed to tone up the
tired, over-taxed and weakened nerves
of the stomach and create strength.
Cranhrook Drug & Book Company
Cranbrook,   B. C.
Also at the best druggists in all B. C.
towns.
Hortgage Sale
Under and by virtue of the powers
contained in a certain mortgage,
which will bc produced at the time of
sale, there will be offered
FOR SALE IIY PUBLIC
AUCTION
—on—
MONDAY, the 37th day of
NOVEMBER, A. D., 1916
at tlie hour of 2.30 o'clock in the
afternoon, at the office of the
CRANBROOK AGENCY CO.,
Cranbrook, B. C.
by C. R. Ward, Auctioneer, the following property, namely:—
ALL AND SINGULAR that certain
parcel or tract of lands and premlseB
Bltuatc, lying and being in tho city of
Cranbrook, in tlie Province of British
Columbia, more particularly known
nnil described as Lots Eight (8) and
Nine* (9), Woek twenty-three (23) ac-
cordlng to u plun filed in tho Land
Iti'BlBtry Offlce at Nelson as No. 669.D.
The terms of sale shall be cash, but
other arrangements can probably be
maelee if Bufilelent payment ls made
down and proper security Is given
for the balance at the time of sale.
For further particulars and con-
elitions of sale, apply to tbe under'
sigiu'el at tlee'lr offlccs in the Home
li.ink  Hullellng, Fernie, B. C.
Dated at Fernie, n. C, this 20th day
of October, A. D., 1916.
IIGIIC'IIMBR & MARTIN,
43-fit. Solicitors for tho Mortagee
Jill. PETER I.UNI)
Offers For Sale
BEAUTIFUL FARM HOME
—at—
WARDNER, B. C.
222 acres, 100 acres under cultivation, 80 acres of
which are seeded down in
Clover   and   Timothy,    4
acres in orchard with irrigation ; electric light   and
gravity water supply. A full
line of Implements, utensils and feed can be purchased with the place. Several horses and about 100
i.ead of cattle and poultry.
The Improvements on this farm iiave
COll  fi:i,000.00.    Wlll sell land    and
Improvements for li2.50i.oo.  ji.500.oo
evil le, balance 10 annual payments with
Interest nt 7 per cent per annum. Tliis
Il an id,:el home nnd Dairy Ranch;
a going concern.   Addres**.
P. MJM>.
Boi IS*. Lctlibrlduc,
or  OBCAH M.I.S1IN
Wnrdaer. ■. C
THE .AMOUNT
YOU SPEND
b not what eounts; It's the valae
you fat tar your money—partita*
tarty la medicines. Ordinary olnt-
menu, tar instance, are compote*
largely ot cheap animal fata, with
vary little medicinal Ingredient*
Zam-Buk, on the contrary, et all
msdlci**. ZamBuk's healing
power le, thus, 10 superior to that
ot other ointments, tbat It cures
when ordinary ointments and mora
expensive treatments fail.
Madame A. Larivlere, of (71
Rodman St., Fall River, Mass.,
wrltaa: "Far three years I suffered terribly with eczema. I used
numerous ointments, without
results, ant the various doctors
who gave me treatment acknowledged that the case waa beyond
them. Finally, I went to a epeo-
Isillst, but although I paid blm a
large fee, I received no benefit.
Then I heard ot Zam-Buk and commenced using lt, In conjunction
with Zam-Buk Soap. I shall never
forget the relief lt gave me. It
anded tha Irritation and burning
sensation, drew out (the Inflammation and soreness, and perseverance
resulted tn a complete and permanent cure. I am convinced that
Zam-Buk la tne only treatment tor
eczema."
Zam-Buk Is Just as good tor
ulcere, abscesses, old wounds, running sores, blood-poisoning, ringworm, pimples, bolls, piles, cuts,
burns, scalds and all skin Injuries.
EOe. box, I tor |1.25. All drugglsU
or Zam-Buk Co., Toronto.
KHBUI
Belanger, Norman Black, Marie Darr,
Archie Finley, Dorothy Hailing, Harold Hailing Margaret Horie, Albert
Johnson, Annie Johnson, Annie Laurie
Ernest Laurie, James Malone, William
McKenzie, Prank Tito, Kathleen Tito,
Amy Williams, Ethel Williams, John
Drew.
M. E. Lees, teacher.
Division 2
Perfect attendance—Edward Black,
Kenny Bassett, Jessie CasseUs, James
Drew, Florence Finey, Clara Hailing,
Mach Horie, Frank Malone, Margaret
Malone, Stephen Magrot, Pat McDonald, Edgar Sanderson, Willie Taylor,
Grace Tito, Jessie Tito, Bert Laurie,
Lillian Russell, Elmer Orr, Santo Pas-
celzzo, Kathleen  Haley.
J. M. Deane, teacher.
liver Sluggish?
You are warned by a sallow akin, dull
eyes, biliousness, and that grouchy
feeling. Act promptly. Stimulate your
liver—remove the clogging wastes
—make sure yonr digestive organs are
worklngright and—when needed-take
BEECHAM'S
PILLS
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■■   lanvkara.   Ub.a~.2S aaal,
RAW FURS
Wanted
Trappers, Farmers,
Ranchers!
It does not cost you anything to
QET OUR CASH OFFER
on your furs.   Express them to us
WE'LL PAY ALL CHARGES
over a $5.00 valuation.   We make
you our offer
AM) HOLD YOUR FURS
for your reply, returning them
AT OUR EXPENSE
if not purchased.   Try us
In  Business Since  1888
Send for Price List.
Special price paid for Dark Martin
Mackay & Dipple
218 ath Avenue, Calgary, Alta.
LIQITOB AIT, 1910
(Section 42)
NOTICE IS HEREDY GIVEN that
on tho firBt day of December next application will bc made to thc Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of the hotel license to uetl
liquor by retail in thc hotel known
as tiie Wasa Hotel, situate at Watta,
near Cranbrook, In the Province* of
llrltlsli Columbia.
Dated tills "tli day of November 1910.
The Unionist Investment Co., Ltd,
J. H. Quartly Oeneral Manager   for
tlio Company.
45-4t. Applicant.
LIQUOR LICENSE ACT
(Section 20)
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
on the first day of December next application wlll be mado to the Superintendent of Provincial Police fer renewal of wholesale license No. 92, for
the sale of liquor by wholesale In and
upon the premises known as the
Cranbrook Brewery, situate near
Cranbrook, upon tho lands described
as Lot 29, Oroup 1, South East Kootenay.
Dated this 20th day ot October, 1916.
Cranbrook Brewing Co., Ltd.
HARRY HESSE, Manager,
41-U Applicant
LIQl'OB ACT, 1910
(Section 42)
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
on thc first day of December next application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of thc hotel license to sell liquor
by rtall In the hotel known as the Central Hotel, Bltuate at Marysville, in
the province ot British Columbia.
Dated this liitli day of October, 1916.
PAUL HAKDLET,
«•*".
If Its at the Rex It's
The Best
REX
THEATRE
FRIDAY & SATURDAY
NOV. 10 & 11
William Fox presents
SII88   NANCE   O'NEIL
EmpresB of Stormy Emotion,
—In—
PRINCESS ROMANOFF
An Intensely Dramatic Story
based on Sardou's Celebrated
Drama—"Fedora."
li— ACTS— 6
■
MONDAY it TUESDAY
NOV. 18 & 14
MISS    WARY    FULLER
("Welcome to our city!")
In tlie Red Feather
Fcatureplay
THROWN TO THE
UONS
A   strong   five-act   offering
from   a   story   by   Wallace
Irwin, and
GUARANTEED TO PLEASE
Shows 7.80 and 9.00 pjn.
Usual Prices
Special Saturday Matinees lor
the Kiddles
Usual time and prices
Watch for:—
CABIBIA
BATTLE OF THE SOMME
MADAME X
THE MAN WHO STATED
AT HOME (White Feather)
AUDITORIUM
Watch fort—
TEN NIGHTS IN A BARROOM,
TWIN BEDS
Butter at Less
Than Market
Price.
Another Shipment of
SELKIRK BRAND
Creamery Butter
The cost is a trifle higher but
still below market price
45c per lb. 3 lbs $1.80
We have sold a lot of this the
last two weeks and It has given
good satisfaction.   Try some.
For those who prefer our own
make of fresh creamery butter
we have
Kootenay Brand SOc per lb.
3 lbs for 91.45
Nothing better on the market.
Special price in large quantities.
Craabrook
Butter   Company
NORBURY AVE.
Opposite City Hall
The New
MeatJMet
Is ready to serve yon wtth a
choice stock ol
Fresh-killed Beef
Veal
Pork
Spring Chickens
ALL TIIE PRODUCTS OK
LOCAL RANCHERS
RANCHERS- Let   us   handle
your produce on Commission.
W. B. BLACK
Armstrong Avenue.
Neat to Kllbj's
CRANBROOK
Cottage Hospital
PRIVATE MATERNITY HOME
COMFORTABLE ACCOMMODATION
FOB PATIENTS AWAITING
ACCOUCHMENT
Terms Moderate, Pleasant Situation
and well equipped. Write ler Prospectus  to
MRS. A. SALMON, Matron
P. O. Box MS Telephone IM
n*s**t**Aiii***,U*%m**im*,K
T&Banner SprM
} *ATKNTCQ    JULY   If** *■ gSI
Is a Sleepy Thin& 7
CIt is made of 100 steel    -
spiral springs, tempered in oil, that
yield underpressure to every curve of
the body, no matter how heavy or how
light. It "fits the sleeper."
Its Non-Rusting Enamel Finish
is guaranteed not to damage bedding.
The genuine "Banner" (patented July 1908) spring
guaranteed for 20 yean. Your dealer hss
ilor will 8cl it for yuu. Aakforitfernume.
THE ALASKA BEDDING CO.,
LIMITED
JtoJtar. «r DaAiaaab mrJ Biding
VANCOIIVKB - Cla.r7 . a^laa - WINNIPEG
"ALASKA <m aa arei.l. naaaa High It.as. AV.,y
flsSVI
ferskSA-
SL\\-;vw\\\<.\\\v^w.wnw^
Men Wanted for the Navy
The Royal Naval Canadian Volunteer
Reserve, wants men for immediate service Overseas, in
the Imperial Royal Navy
Candidates must be tons ol
natural born British aubjecli
and be Irom 18 to 38 yeara
of age.
P A V $1.10 per day and upwards.   Free Kit.
* " *  Separation allowance, $20.00 monthly.
Apply to the neareit Naval Recruiting Station
or to the
Deparlnreirl ol lhe Naval Service, OTTAWA.
WHY NOT BUY ECONOMY BUTTER ?
We are offering our Alberta Dairy at the very
low price of 3 lbs for $1
HURRY UP AND BUY
Sweet and choice   Cottage Rolls
at 24 cents per pound
Strictly fresh mutton secured
direct from a local ranch
PRICES REASONABLE
P. BURNS & CO., LIMITED
White Star-Dominion Line
MONTREAL—QUEBEC—LIVERPOOL
Twin Screw S. S. "Northland", 12,000 tons, wlll sail from
Montreal for Liverpool November 18th.
Only cabin and third class carried.      nates—Cabin $55.00 and up;
Third   class   $33.75.
For further information apply to Company's offlce, 61$ Second
Ave., Seattle, A. E. Disney, Agent, or Beale & Blwell; 1. W. Speace,
Agent, 0. P. R., Cranbrook.
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ADDITIONAL PARTS. SUPPLEMENTARY SPRINGS,
SPECIAL WHEELS, HOODS, RADIATORS, ACCESSORIES
AND CHANGES ARE NOT NECESSARY IF YOU BUY A.
In Appearance, Comfort and Perf.-rnw.rKe on any road, ibe
Chevrolet U a real nulumnliilr. Study Ihete rwluu vr feature*
and compare .Ken villi oilier cara al or mat the Chevrolet prior
VALVE-IN-HEAD
MOTOR
THREE SPEEDS
CENTRE CONTROL
ELECTRIC STARTER
ELECTRIC LIGHTING
ELECTRIC HORN
CANTILEVER SPRINGS r. o. b. oshawa
STEWART SPEEDOMETER     ".«".".: °U^Z
NON-SKID TIRES ««•*»•*»■«.
ON RMS Weetns
THE CHEVROLET MOTOR CO., t.tfrYM
m., TORONTO .acroa., OJHAWA, ONT.
KOOTENAY   GARAGE,   Afentr.
CBANBBOOK,  B.C. THURSDAY, NOV. 9th, 1910
THB CRANBROOK HERALD
Your Last
Opportunity
to purchase one of our Ladies'
Umbrellas at a ridiculous low
price, we only huve 8 left and
to clear tliem out before our new
stock arrives a five dollar bill
will take any ono of them. Values run up to $15 each. The
above prices are for cash only.
It will pay you to liave one of
these laid aside fur Christmas,
Act now.
W. H. WILSON
.11'HI'I IT
TOWft Tones
Kilby Frames Hutureu.
(Jet your Christinas perfume at the
School Pete, Nov. 15th.
PACK THRBH
Choice homemade bread, cake, cook-
Chlldren! bring your dimes to pay
for a chance to catch a fish from the
Magic Fish Pond, at the School Fete.
Nov. 15th.
Christmas sailings to tiie old country— s.   s    Northland,   18,000—from
Montreal, Nov  l&th.   Cabin rate $55
les etc.. td be bad at tbe Cookery Stall !Applv l0 ^^ m(1 E]Wel]
in the Central School, Nov. 15th. 	
"    ' I   Don't forget the Coffee Room.  First
Have you thought about that lire I door l0 ^ ,eft fll ^ he&d Qf ^
Insurance policy lately?   See Beale & |BWri at the entranco    Come ail(] gee
Elwc11- lour real Brazilians, who will arrive at
| Central School, Nov, 15th
We are carrying a full line of hoots
and shoes.— Cranbrook Exchange,
Armstrong Ave,
Ladies 1 buy your plants and cut
flowers at the School Fete, Nov. 16th,
and so help the Belgian children.
Home made candy— Buy your candy
at the Candy Booth—second flour, Pub.
Ilo School, Nov. 15th.
T, D. Cnven has returned from Victoria* where he wont about ton days
ago on business.
All the churches and patriotic organizations, not to mention the numcr.
ous families with members at the front
aro very busy Just now making up
Christinas presents to scud to the absent loved ones. Parcels slioulJ be
sent within the next few days t( be
certain of reaching the boy* iu time
for Christmas,
The scholars of Central Public
School during the month or October
gave to the "Prisoners of War" Fund,
the sum of forty dollars, the amounts
from the various divisions being:
Mr. Jack Burton returned from the
Coast this week after an absence of
two montlis. Mr Burton accompanied
her horn** having spent tiie past two
weeks in Vancouver and Victoria.
I
-    Kilby repairs
_ shndOB.
umbrellas ami sun-
8     PHONE    8
Our foolers are full of the
Tholeest
STi:Kit IIKKF   AMI FltKNII-
Kll.l.lli VF.AI,
FRF.SH   KILLED  FORK
eif excellent i|iinllfy
MUTTON AMI LAMB
00B SAUSAGES AHE SPECIAL
Fresh Killed Thickens, Finest
Hairy Hillier anil Fggs
Siueekril and Cooked Meats, Best
Brands
Cranbrook Meat
Market
NEAL INSTITUTE
That craving gnawing desire that
consumes your very soul Is removed in
just three days. No had after effects,
or return of the desire, unless alcohol
is willfully indulged in on the part of
the graduate. Write for booklet, Neal
Institute, Cranbrook, B. C.
niniiinj-''. has more time now, to
devote to your Xmas Photos, than he
will have later. Better make the appointment to day.
Alex Houry and Frank Burton spent
I a days duck shooting at Bummers'
Flats last week-end and returned witli
eight fine specimens,
Truman Horsman was in the city
from Waldo last week for a few days
and took a party of men back wltli
I him to work at his camp.
I Beale and Blwell have a few boxes of
! their famous "Wealthios" at $1.75 per
box—leave orders at the office.
■ Ladies! With every dollar's worth
I of goods purchased, we will give you
ono Pictorial Review pattern free.
W. D. Hill.
We are carrying a full line of boots
and shoes.— Cranbrook Exchange,
Armstrong Ave.
Visit tho Japanese Tea Room, Nov.
15th, at the Central School, and drink
your tea in Japanese cups served by
Japanese ladles.
Hurry Clayton underwent an operation lor an advanced case of append!*
t'itis at the St. Eugene hospital,    fit is
duiiiK very well considering the seriousness uf the cuse
Th
of tl
annual bazaar and cookery sale
Division 1. 10.05 2, 16. 3. 14.15 4. (5
.15 ;-, »4.55 li. $5.55 7. $4,20 8. $1.25 3.
$3.—Total $40.00. The above amount
was forwarded to Mrs Sillitoe, Vancouver, Friday. October 27th 1916.
Howard Jordan, contractor wltll the
Ross-Saskatoon Lumber Company at
Waldo, Is spending a few days at hU
home here preparatory to lumber operating. He already has a full crew of
40 men engaged in cutting, skidding
and hauling logs as well as road mak-
,, ,  . .    log   He expects to take out about four
Methodist  Uidles   Aid  will  be      ....
held on Saturday afternoon, Nov, lJitli
Doors open ;l p,m,
ed  next  week.
Location announc
Iou feet of logs during the winter
for the Hoss Saskatoon  company.
Apple*. #l>5 a box. .1 boxes at $1.7.*'
a box, A car of choice Creston apples
just In, conslxtlng of Mcintosh Beds.
Wealthy, Jonathan, Spy, Wagner and
Home Beauty, a few hexes of small
size Jonathans at #I..Mi a box.-—Thfl
Cranbrook Trading Co,
Fred Button of Blairmore underwent
au operation for appendicitis at the
St, Kugene hospital last week and is
making rapid progress toward
covery.
Come along and let us help you select your Christmas gifts from the
numerous articles ut the Methodist Ladles' Aid Bazaar on Saturday, Nov-
ISth ut 3 p.m.
Mrs. A. J. Balment has returned from
Ontario points after having Bpent the
summer visiting with relatives at Bea-
verton, Toronto, Collingwood und
Cralghlelgh.
Tho King Lumber company is shipping five teams of horses from their
Yahk mill to Waldo where they will
be engaged in logging operations during the winter.
Chief of Police Hersey returned yesterday from Nelson where he turned
over two prisoners, Joe Boyle and
Clara Bates, to the authorities, the
first to serve one month the other to
serve two months.
Dining Room Furniture
Sep our splendid showing of
DIMJifi    ROOM    SUITES
AND SINGLE PIECES
We will make it to your advantage to buy
now, by quoting Low Prices.
EVERYTHING I> THK FURNITURE LINE
Norbury
v« w« O*
Do Not Worry About Baby
We have Everything Necessary
for its Comfort
FEEDERS     NIFFIrES      COMFORTS.
TEETHING NECKLACES
All Uu* llest Inflilll Foods, viz i
IIOItl.ll k'S.    ALLENBURV'S, NESTLES,   HELLINS,
DEXGER'S,   eli'., always kent fresh.
The Beattie-Murphy Co., Ltd.
n, Jmssatt sa,.
£>»OSTERMOOR   <«0>» OSTERMOORJ$
W"7          Wl
TIIK FAME OF A NAMK INVITES SUBSTITUTION—    iO
YOU TAY ONLY ONCK FOR
_m _   THE FAMOUS   -..-^
OSTERMOOR
MATTRESS
which hit the name "OSTERMOOR*' woven In the bindinc,
at in the border of thin advertisement, to protect you •gainat
mistake*
for 50 years
of restful sleep
•J Aik your dealer for the "OSTERMOOR" or write ui for the
name of your nearest agent.
The Alaska Bedding Go. Limited
Mtiker* of B*>dtt*jatm9 and B*dding  SOW
-     ■,  _1 WINNlPEGtRegiiuuCalgaryjVANCOUVER
• teCana^ *IM*\UmmmM*ti*m**\ty9^m^i**h.»
THKKINK MKRCANTILKCo- AGKNT8, CkANBBOOK,
Joseph Barrett Is In the city from
Calgary anil will have charge of the
Natural Resources department of the
Canadian Pacific during the next
month while Kenneth Machum is away
lat eoast cities.
At 6.10 a.m. on Wednesday, Marjorie
[Madden, the fourteen-year-old daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Madden of Waldo,
passed away in St. Eugene's Hospital.
The funeral was conducted on Thursday at 2.30 p.m. by Rev. \V. H. Bridge.
Tho r.nnual general meeting of tlie
Cranbroolt Farmer's laatituta will 1>**
held in the City Hall on Saturday. ISth
November, 1916, at 2.30 p.m. city time.
All members are urged to be present,
as tlie Directors will be elected for the
ensuing year,
Owing to the unfavorable weather
during the past two weeks in tlie hills,
the Wattsburg Lumber Company's upper mill has been closed for the winter, it was the company's In tin tlon
to operate till later in the season.
. On Friday and Saturday the lOtlt
and llth, we will sell the balance of
OUT Ladies' Separate Coats at the exact wholesale prices.   The very latest
! models and  fabrics  will  be offered.
; Don't miss this ir you are looking for
j genuine bargains.   Wl D. Hill
When we say that our Ladies' Coats
are New Yorks' latest word so far as
I style and fabrics are concerned, we
: mean it and we ask you to judge for
yourself, The balance of these we
; will sell  at the  wholesale price.
W. D .Hill.
j The English Church is making up
i Christmas presents for the boys In
I khaki connected with tin* church. The
rector would be glnd to receive names
! and addresses of hoys.   In many eases
the present postal address Is unknown
[ io the committee.
Tin' c. r it mon nro by no means
I satisfied with the new Pacific stmt-
Jdard of time and would like to change
.back again to Mountain Time. A petition has been sent by the shop men
asking to bo allowed to go hack to the
old hours.
Our Fort Steele correspondent cends
.us lu the following: Miss Doris Ker-
jshaw of Fort Steele has received a
j position  in tlie Cranbrook  postoffice
and so will live In Craubrook for the
I present.    As Miss Kershaw  has had
experience In this line and also has a
good head for business she will surely
be efficient In the work.
| Three more Cranhrook men have
inppeared In the casualty lists during
[the Inst week, Corp. D. A. MePhee,
Corp. W. Tolfree, of Fort Steele, and
F. Ryden, all wounded. Corp. D. A.
McPhoo In n brother of E. H. McPhee
and enlisted at Vnncouvor. He left
for overseas In June and In Jnly the
following montii was In tlio trenches.
Apples %\M h box*;. boxes at 91,76
h box, A ear ot choice Creston applet
Just In, consisting of Mcintosh Reds,
Wealthy, -Jonathan, S|>r, Wagner and
Rome Beauty, a few boxes of small
rise Jonathans at $IM a box. The
fraahraal Tnt4!»r Co.
A demonstration on candy was given by Mrs, Clapp who had some Splendid sweets on hand for tasting. Re-1
ceipts were Riven, Nine new volumes)
were donated to the library, always a
popular department of the Institute.
Refreshments were nerved by the losers of the membership contest and tlie
snging of the National Anthem closed
the meeting.
The Cranbrook Drug and Book Co.,
expect to move shortly after the 15th
of this month to the large corner store
next door, formerley occupied by W. B,
McFarlane. The store Is being completely rebuilt and refitted and wlll
make a large, airy and very convenient
drug store. A big sale Is being put
on by the firm before moving, to clear
out all broken lines, etc.
Tiie proceeds from the "Gift" sale
held by the St. John Ambulance Association on Saturday, Nov. 4th, it-
mounted to $42. The Association
wishes to thank Mr. W. E. Worden for
the use of the building, also F. Parks
•& Co. for putting stove up and heating
tho room. The Cranbrook Electric
Light Co., for lighting same, and all
those who donated to and patronized
the snle.
Rev. Thos. Keyworth has been conducting special revival services In
Trail during the Inst ten days ind
lias beeu meeting with very gratifying success. Tlie meetings have been
crowded every night and are having
a great uplifting Influence. He expects to return to Cranbrook this
week-end In time to conduct lhe Children's Services here next Sunday morning. Mr. Golighty of Fernie occupied
the pulpit last Sunday.
Brazilians Coming!
It is thought that the teacher.-; of the
Cranbrook schools have received a
telegram, stating that ?. troupe of Bra-
Btllans will arrive In Cranbrook on
November 15th. The Brazilians are
making a special Journey from Rio dc
Janeiro to Cranbrook to be i:i attendance at tlie Coffee Room In the Central School Bulldlnc on the School
Fote Night.
Japanese, all tlie way from Japan,
will be there to serve tea; and a number of mysterious fortune-tellers are
expected to arrive from points unknown. Other attractions will also be
presented.
Remember the phce, date and lime:
Cranbrook Central School Building,
November 15th. 8.30 p.m.
HARD CHRONIC C0D6H
Hade Well by Delldoru Vinol
Creitlinc Ohio.—*I contracted •
hard, chronic cough, .nd wu weak,
nervous ud run down. I hive a .mall
family ol three, and it waa bard lor me
to do my work. 1 took different medicine! without benefit. Finally I heard
about Vinol, and it haa reitored me to
health and strength, my cough ia all gone
and I feel fine."—Mra. H. B. Caaustj*,
Vinol i, a constitutional remedy for
chronic cough, and colds, and for all
weak,   nervoua,   run-down   conditions.
Try it on our guarantee.
rranbrook Drug & Book Company
Cranbrook,   B. C.
AIko at tlio best druggists in all B. ('.
towns.
WANT ADS.
2c per word for first week, and lc per
word for each week after.
I'Olt HALE   Thnriiiiirh.lireil Knglish
Setter dug, broke,    Apply  "Herald"
4.re-2t'
WAXTEII— ILeuse-keeper, ur man
anil wife Tor ranch.   Tlie rieattle-Mur-
phy Co.  Ltd. 45-lt.
LOST   Black Spaniel pup wltli col.
lar.   Finder wlll bo rewarded by leaving at tlie Forest Brancii, Cranbrook.
45-lt*
Hill S.ll.K     Enamel     bed    and
springs, cot, upholstered couch, small
table. For sale cheap. Inquire at
Herald office.
I'OH   SAI.K   American   orgtn   In
splendid condition, II slops, 2 knee
swells, cost $100. Must sell. Wlll
sacrifice for |25. Kllley, Armstrong
Are.
FOH rkxt CHBAPr-I.erg*. double
stall In warm liable, storage for hay
and oats. Bleotrio light, suitable for
farrnaer. Apply Herald office, or phone
«l atr
The Balance of our Ladies'
Coats will be Sacrificed
We are convinced that We have si
the best range of "Separate Coats"
season and have decided to sell the
ance of this line at the wholesale
this
he b;il-
cost or
even less. Carefully note the reductions,
and ai ihese prices we are convinced they
will not last long.
Indies
lllnik Ocean Huir. full length 1 'nut. regular til,
Sale' price    sli.:.*
Utiles
lilui'k iie-i'iiii Hnei', lull li'ngili coat, rep;, **ii,,imi
Ln illes
lllnek Kin* Fuhrfcs, full length, regular I1S.IN)
l.lillli**.
llleick I'm' Fabric, full length, reg. *»i-.'..'Ji. .uie price tilt.
l.i„li,'.
Itlai'k Fur Fabric, full length, reg, >:!;..">ee. ., ,,r. *i-.;.",
I.uilli"-
Flush Coats, full length, reg, it-..;:,, sale price $18.2o
l.inlli'.'
Flush (eiut-, full length, ng. tiu,o,  sale price tl'iSi
I.inlii".
I'nsli CiiuK full length, reg. f.17,,10,   sale price HIM
OXLY
\ I.I.HITKII \ nun: It tt\ IIANII,   I tl.l   nn i.nOK
THEM   nVKII.
W. D. HILL
Ladies' Wear Specialist.  Armstrong: Ave.
The Wrigley Spears are constant
friends to teeth, breath, appetite
and digestion.
Women workers relish the refreshing, comforting influence of this
toothsome, long-lasting confection.
Its benefits are many —its cost
small.  That's why it's used around
the world. Nothing else can take its place.
Chew/ ii
m*""*9mw   ■■ yffj*.    Write Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co.,
after every ^Tv/A. Ltd-Wri«leyBld8*.Toronto,
■ ^•**t?\*o'' x//\ 'or the funDy Spearmen's
Meal ^&L^>*      Jv/ZX Mother Goose
Made in
Canada
Two
Flavors
Willis—in Cranbrook, em :
Mr. and Mrs. (!. H. Willis,
luincali—,
t at. Kiigeii
■ Hospital,
('run-
brook,, un tlie until
Ocl
lu III
•  Wife
of W. J
Dunoan 0
■e  .1
moi Mother
of Fort
Ste'.'lil   :
nil
llotli
lining
well.
Hall- At
'eelliig.' 11',
illul
('ran
erneik.
on Nov
4th, tn Mr
nil.
Mra,
II   ('
Hall, a
laelr.M, e
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada. Limited
Office, Smelting anil K**flnlng Department
TIIAIL.   BRITISH COLUMBIA
S M E I, T E R S  A tt I)   H E VI N E R S
Furohaaera of Mold, Silver, i turned and Lead (ins
THAU. HIIANI) PIO LEAD, BLUESTONE ANIiHI'Kl.TI'.ll PAfiE FOUR
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
THURSDAY, NOV. 9th, 1916
PROFESSIONAL CARDS      LODGE AMI SOCIETY CARDS
(intii \
SPREUIel
lliinis
ers,
Etc.
l\
. 1'. Kuril
t
. J. Spr<
ill
CHAXBROOK
B. C.
HISS. KING \ GREEN
Physicians nnd Surgeons
Office at ret Idem e,  Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICE HOURS
Fnreinn.iii   B.00 to 10.00
Afternoons 2.00   o 4.00
Evenings ".30 to S.30
Sundays  2.30 to 4.30
CRANBROOK, li C.
1.0.0
P.
KEV CITV LODGE,Uo. 42
tiBfe
Meets   every
Monday night
at Fraternity
Hall.     Sojourning   Oddfellows
cordially invited.
E  ll  McPHEE,
S. FYLES,
N.G.
DISTRICT NEWS
int. r. is. Jiai:s
'   DENTIST
Ofllce In Hanson Block
OFFICE HOURS
11 tn 12 mil
1 tn    5 p.m.
CRANBROOK, li. C.
liMI
HIS OF PYTHIAS
Cruubrook, B. C.
Meeta
ive iv Tuesday at 8 p.m. ln
.    Fraternity Hall
ll C. Carr, C. C.
P. il
V i.  Hunt, K. lt. & s.
P. O. llnx 522
Vllltli
g brethren cordially Invited to attend.
MAKVSVII.LE
Ed. Lundin and Harold Bennett
9pent Sunday at Meadow Brooke, tte
the guosta of Mr. and Mrs. Conover.
Mlaa Ruth Tibbetts of the Sullivan
Mine boarding house, was home this
woek on a vacation.
Constable and Mrs. Dryden of Whldo
motored In on Saturday, returning on
Monday.   While here were the guests
i of Constable and Mrs. Shlpman.
j    Mrs. F. Tibbetts was a Cranbrook
visitor on Wednesday.
Albert Hall will spend tho winter
on the west fork of tlie St. Marys
river, trapping;.
A large shipment of supplies for the
Park Mine arrived on Monday.
niAM'KUOK COTTAGE
■HOSPITAL
Matornw) «J General Nursing
Garden Ave.
Teifflfl on Application
MRS. K. SALMON, Matron
Plione 259 P. O. Uux 8*15
OVEltSl
.AS CLUB
Meets in
Mi
pie   Hall second
i .   tlaj  "
every month at 8
1    p. in.
Members
Ip
open   to   British
i   citizens.
Visiting
m
rubers   cordially
welcomed.
R V. Iiruk
J. F. Lower,
ut.
Secretary
WALDO
Miss A, Patterson and Miss M. Smart
evangelists, are conducting a aeries of
services in Maker's Hall this week, and
liave been favored with large audlen-
cos,
Constable A. Dryden and wife motored to MarysvPle last week end to
spend several days with tlieir daughter
Mrs. tleo. Shipmai,
P. J. Reddington lea this week for
Newgate where he expeeta to cook all
winter for the bush crew of the Mead-
! ow Creek Lumber Co.
C. D. McNabb. General Manager of
the Bak
MaA
Peps are the new treatment for
coughs, colds and lung troubles.
They are little tablets made up
from Pine extracts and medicinal
essences. When put Into the mouth
these medicinal ingredients turn
Into healing vapors, which arc
breathed down direct to the lungs,
throat and bronchial tubes. The
Peps treatment is direct. Swal
lowing cough mixtures into thr
Stomach, to cure ailments and disorders in throat and lungs, Is In*
direct. Peps are revolutionizing
the treatment of colds, as their
nrlce ■ •* within the reach of al).
i i c. box all druggists, or Peps Co.,
Toronto,
II Ultl It IUSINKSS imo.MiM;
1..
mploytnent agents report that
men are coming In from the prairie
steadily to take winter jobs in the var.
Lumber Co.,returned this lollK logging and mining camps In tin
HOMI.N'S INSTITUTE
Phone B-rf P. o. Box GS5
W. R.BEATTI
Funeral Director nnd Embalmcr
Undertaking Parlors
Fenwick Ave, near Baker St.
*KMH-«y
Mrs. .lohn Shaw
Meets In the
Maple Hall
first Tuesday
afternoon of
every month
at .1 p.m.
Pres., Mrs. W.
B. McKarlane.
P. O. Box 44.!
k from Calgary where he was at-
" ; tending a meeting of the Mountain
.! Lumber Manufacturers' Association..
[ A. Sponberg left this week with his
I outfit for Plumbob Creek, where he
has a sub-contract from J. H. Jordan
to saw and skid logs all winter,
district. Since the rainy weather set
In on the prairie, every day brings its
quota of men In on the mid-day train.
The demand for men In all lines of
bush work remains brisk but the various lumbering and logging companies
All ladies cordially Invited.
Quite a large number of Waldo folks   are now able to get along without run- j
1 motored to Flagstone last Friday even-   njUg short handed.
ing and took in the Masquerade Ball, I   wlt||  H0 n        b,    lo gInR campJ
and   report  having  had  the  time  of . ., , ,„ .    „    ,
I their lives opening up, quite a number will be re-1
;    Ben.    Palmer   and several   others  quired and it is anticipated that aU
went out last week end to thc Gold the men coming from the harvest fields |
j Creek and Yahk country to hunt, for I will be taken care of.   It seems to be
several weeks. the consensus of opinion among lum-
'   M. Seattle's little girl met with  bermen Hmt lhere wiU be suff!clent
LAMM.AW  &  DEWOLF
Civil and Mining Engineers
II. C. I-itixt Surveyors
CRANBROOK, B. C.
The
^litue Specialist
.liil
31A RA l'ODI
Snll-i
I'lion l.iinrantceil
ll,;lil,|lllll
tera for nil kinds of
Repair?,
V. 91
8IACPIIERS0N
Undertaker
liny i'l ■ 2811, Nit-lit I'lione :ir.
Norburj
Ave, next to Cltj Hall
U  M* SMITH
HAT RENOVATOR
Ladies and  Gentlemen's Hats
Cleaned and Blocked
(11,11 ST1XES JtEMODELLED
L'hoito 204
ii very distressing accident this week
having fell off a swing and ruptured
one of her kidneys, which has proved
a very painful injury.
Quite a few men are beginning to
drift Into this district In quest of bush
work, but most of the lumber companies are still short of bush labor,
and can use many nion; men, and are
paying good wages. Practically all
of the lumber concerns anticipate logging heavier this winter than they
have previously dono in view of the
expected demand for lumber on the
prairie next summer.
Plume Hi P. 0' l'"x 8J
PROF. <'. V* MIU»
Professor oi Music
Studio) 106 Armsirong Ave.
tin: home bakery
liobi. Frame, Prop,
Fresh I trend, Calces, Pies
nml I'ustry
Phone 37
Norbury Ave.       Opp. City HaU
KORT STEELE
help to take care of all operations.
Wages remain higher than they have
ever been for ordinary labor in the
logging camps and it is probable that
tiiere will be little If any change in this
respect owing to the great demand and
good prices received for lumber. Compared with 1910, wages are twenty-
five cents a day higher.
P. A. PARKER
Teacher of Violin
Open for Engagement-.
CRANBUOOK,  B.C.
FRANK PROVENZANO
General Slorclmnl
Employment Agent
P. O. Box 10S Phone 211
CRANBROOK, B. C.
If vou want  satisfaction
with vour washing
send it to
MONTANA LAUNDRY
Special prices for familv
work
ifijltlAM&BEAsj.
1 fiico25ctS,,tJ""
PwifflWEra
-LlMlTr.0—-•
— .BTaCr.llir.HAPmtra
YWMOUTH.iNLS.
The
ORIGINAL
and
only
GENUINE
Beware
of
ImiliitiiiiiN
Sold
on the
Merits
of
M IN AMI'S
IXIMKNT
(HAS. s. r.vi!Ki:i!
Forwarding  nnil   Distributing
Agent for
I.i'IIiIiiIiIl'I' Colli
Xl-lle* I'uuilcr
liniii'i'iul Oil In.
Drayiii'-' nnil Transferring
Given prompt utti'iitlon
Phone 68
THE
COEDR D'ALENE
Spokane, Washington
THE  HOTEL  WITH   A
PERSONALITY
This house has the
happy distinction of being tlie fuvorito stopping placo In Spokane
for tho peoplo of British
Columbia Wo appreciate
this patronngo nnd do
everything ln our power
to make you comfortable
Our location la excellent
close to Oreat Northern Station
nnil 0 W. R & N Milwaukee
terminal, and within a minute's
wnlk from tlio principal bust nous
houses and ptttcofl 'if amu emi lit,
Soo  sU'iimshin  -ui   Hoot
SYNOPSIS   OP   (OAE   UIMNti
Qegdlations
Coal mining right*, <*r the Dominion, In Manitoba, Saskatchewan and
Mberta, tho Yukon Territory, the
Ni.riii-v.vst Torrlt.orioB nnd lu a portion of tho Province of Hritish Columbia, may bo leased for a term of
twenty-one yeara at an annual rental
of $i an aero No moro than 3,680
will be leased to one applicant
Application   for a  louse   must   bo 1 patriot!
made by tin   applicant in person to
tho Agent or Bub-Agent of the district in which the rights applied for
;iru situated.
In surveyed territory tlie land must
be di Bcrlbed by BectlonB, of legal subdivisions ol sections, and In unsurvey-
• il i* rritory tlio tract applied for shall
staked out by the applicant himself.
Each application must bo accompanied by ii fee of $r, which will be
refunded If tho rights applied for arc
not available, but not otherwise, A
royalty shall be paid ou the mercli
antabl
of five cents per ton.
I The person operating tho mine
shall furnish the Agent with   sworn
! returns accounting for tlie full quantity* of merchantable coal mined and
i pay the royalty thereon. If the coal
mining rights are not heing operated
such returns should be furnished at
leas! once a year.
Besides being most successful financially, the masquerade dance given
by Ked Cross Ladies on the 3rd was
declared hy all to be a delightful affair. The outside points; Wasa, Bull
Hiver, Pish Lakes and Wycliffe, were
well represented, especially t'ranbrook.
Tho delicious looking cake made by
Mrs. It. L. T. Galbraith, was won by
Joe Kershaw, he being lucky enough
to punch the winning number. The
costumes were very interesting and
some of them very charming. About
$100 was cleared, although the purpose of the Hed Cross Ladles was to
raise $50 for a bed In the new Canadian
Hospital at Kamsgate.
Hog, E. Hershey aud B, H. Aber-
nethy of Spokane were in town several times hist week. Mr. R. Aber-
nethy is managing the Victor mine.
E. Banks left today with two men
for Wild Horse where they are making
preparations to ship ore from the
Dexter Mine.
Visitors in town last week end were,
Mr. Patch, Nelson; Mr. P. Stevens,
Moyie; Mr. and Mrs. L. Clark, Wasa;
J. Walsh Jr., Noel Wallinger, Cranhrook.
The number of dogs poisoned has
reached fifteen and the owners state
that tliey will continue to investigate
and follow up tho culprit. Some of
those dogs were particularly Intcll-
gent, several were valuable, and nearly all wore pets, as well as waU-'U dogs.
No definite conclusions or proofs have
yet been arrived at but several clews
have   presented   themselves.
Miss   Mary   Bush,  Wasa,  was  the
week  ond  guest of Miss O. Attree.
Mr. R. L. T. Galbraith left this week
for Athalmer for the purpose of electing a chief for that district.
The school children will give a eon-
cert on Nov. 15th in aid of Belgian
children, \
Weekend visitors In Cranbrook were
Mr. and Mrs. Clark. Miss Mather, Mr.
Robt. Crowe.
Speaking of weather, one year ago
today we had snow and bitter weather,
whereas tills year we are having fairly clear and pleasant days.
We are all glad to have Mrs J. Tannhauser witli us again after her stay
in Cranhrook. Mrs. Tannhauser's soTe
foot is healing nicely.
T. Baker brought In a nice specimen
of coyote last week.
Tlie Hed Cross Ladies of Wasa, al-
tho' not an organized society, are not
at all backward with their knitting &
□ work. Tliey are a very interested and zealous community and
give generously to all funds. The
ladies Intend giving a dance very soon
to raise funds for wool and supplies.
The following children in Div, l had
perfect attendance durng October:
Kdith Kershaw, Isa Cameron, A. Wlrth
Dorothy Walsh, Joe Kershaw, Kugene
WHAT IT 8TATTOS FOR
Lt. Col. R. J. Blrdwhistle, of Ottawa,
General Secretary of the Canadian
Branch of the St. John Ambuln.nce
Association, who is touring the provlneo with the object of organizing
Centres, reached Cranbrook on Tuesday and gave a short address to the
members of the Cranbrook Centre at
their regular meeting that evening,
which was very interesting.
The St. John Ambulance Association
was founded in 1877 by the Order of
the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem
In England and the objects of the Association are:.
Tho instruction of persons In rend-
ring First Aid in cases" of accidents
or sudden illness, and in the transport
of the Sick and injured.
The instruction of persons in the elementary principles and practise of
nursing, and also of hygiene and sanitation, especially of a sick room.
Thousands of lives have been saved
by tbe rendering of "First Aid" until
a medical attendant could be procured.
Classes in "First Aid" have been
held during the past two winters and
the Association hopes to have another
class during the coming winter, also
a "Homo Nursing" class and if anyone,
wishing to take same, will advise tlie
Secretary-Treasurer, tbey will be advised when the classes begin.
Building permits at Trail for September amounted to $123300. There
were 26 ot them.
Brandon,
Tlie attendance of Div. 2 was published last week.
We all hope thut Mr. Legg will not
he   transferred   as quickly   as our
.    agents always seem to be as he has
"I!!""!"',"!0 minc ol ",0 ratc; lee*,., a moat pleasant nnel accomodating age*nt.
Jill Sl'OON-FKKlUMi TIIERE
.Mr. Bun McDonald of the Wentworth
Hotel received n letter tlio other day
from Norman Oriswold who is wltll
Tlio lease wlll Include the coal tlie 242nd Forestry Battalion. He evl-
minine rights only, but the lesoe dently does not'have a very high opln-
uin.v bo permitted to i»m*huse what- ,„   „, , „,„ team-mates for he
ever avatloblo surface rislits may bo! , ,
considered necessary for tlie worthing p*?81 "' "nl B°lnS l0 '"" " 1,loi'e °'
nf tho mine al the rute of $10.00 an hay-wire In my kit-bug before* I leave
acre '■ horo,  I think I wlll need It.  She looks
for full Information application |,ay.wiro to mo." ln regard to the ra-
iiliimlil li,' made to tlie Secretary of
CANCELLATION OF BESEKVE
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
tho reserve existing on certain lands
in tlio vicinity of Luke Creek, Cranbrook District, surveyed as Lot 6629,
Kootenay District, by reason of a notice whicli appeared in tin British
Columbia Gazette on the 27th of December, 1907, is cancelled, and that all
vacant Crown lands within the boundaries of said lot will bc open to pre
e-mptlon entry on Monday, the 13th day
of November, 1916, at the hour of nine
o'clock In the forenoon.
Applications for entry will bc received ut tlie ollice of tho Government
Agent, at Crunbrook, and must be confined to uu area uot exceeding 160
acres.
R.   A.   RENWICK,
Deputy Minister ot Lands
Lands Dept., Victoria, B. C.
1st September, 1916. 36-101
o Department of the Interior,   ot-1'1"11" h° ""?«'■ "T1"'>' ,iri' 'eedlng Hood|j.our skin healthy,
lawa, or in any Agent or Sub-Agont rough grub but plenty ot It,   It Is hard
eif liiiiiiliilnii I ils. on Home who wero ted all their life
W, w. CORY,       I wltli n Bpoon but Hint Is whore   the
Dopiitv Minister of tlio Interior. ||K08 „r „„, ghino.   Oooel meat uiul
U.& Si7eS'rJw...%bol°^^h  «« ■*«"**■•   » •»» «"' •**■
1 fur    30600. ■•■•,' P'° y°tt »W 1*1 yourself.
Oils Soothe
Skin Disease
Oil of wlntergrccn, thymol, glycerine und other healing Ingredients compounded In proper proportion into the
D. D. D. Prescription has now become
the universal favorite of skin sufferers
In relieving skin disease. It Ib a mild
wiieIi that penetrates tho pores and
gives instant relief from all burning
anil itch ng. It kills and washeB eff
tne pnawlng disease germs nnil Its
soothing oilB quickly heal the Inflamed tissues.
Come to us and we wlll tell you
more aeout tills remarkable remely.
Your money back unlesB the first bottle relieves you. D, D. D. Soap keep,.
Ask about It.
D|\  f\    For IS Years
. il. II* the   Standard
mmmm************* Skin     Rflncdjr
Oranbrook Drug ft Book Co.,
Cranbrook.
NEVER
have we made more or better suits
in our tailoring department than we
have this tall.
WHY?
Because men realize we fit them much better and use
better materials than special order houses do, and at about the
same price.
Our Ready Made Suits are second to none in Price,
Quality. Style or Fit and our stock is in excellent shape to
care for your wants.
See our $25 Blue and $27 Brown Serge Suits, they can
not be beaten and are made of genuine British Serge and are
fully guaranteed to give satisfaction.
Aei'iicv
PICTORIAL REVIEW
PATTERNS
Your Money Back
If Goods an not as
Represented
Co Snbesstora
THOSE WHO, FROM TIME TO TIME, HAVE FUNDS REQUIRING
INVESTMENT,   MAY  PURCHASE AT PAR
DOMINION OF CANADA DEBENTURE STOCK
IN SUMS OF $500 OR ANY MULTIPLE THEREOF.
Principal repayable 1st October, 1919.
Interest payable half-yearly, 1st April and 1st October by cheque (free
of exchange at any chartered Bank in Canada) at the rate of five per cent
per annum from the date of purchase.
Holders of this stock will have the privilege of surrendering at par and
accrued interest, as the equivalent of cash, in payment of any allotment
made under any future war loan issue in Canada other than an issue of
Treasury Bills or other like short date security.
Proceeds of this stock are for war purposes only.
A commission of one-quarter of one per cent will be allowed to recognized bond and stock brokers on allotments made in respect of applications
for this stock which bear their stamp.
For application forms apply to the Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa.
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE. OTTAWA,
OCTOBER 7th. 1916.
MaMBaaB-Mai**aBB**.f*^^
We Want a Business Man
A business man who has selling ability. The man we
want may be in the automobile business now; he may be
in some other business; he may be a farmer; he may be
retired.
Whoever he is or whatever may be his occupation, we
want him if he can fulfill the conditions of our proposal
We are in search of a real, live, wide-awake man, who has had
business training, who has some capital, who can sell Maxwell
Motor Cars.
We are represented in the leading cities and towns of Canada,
and our dealers are prosperous and happy.
They should be, and will continue to be, for the Maxwell Car tt
the unquestioned leader of its class.
It is a car for which there is a nation-wide and growing demand
—because it represents more real value, dollar for dollar, than
any other car in the world.
We have no dealer in this locality. We want one immediately.
Our representative will coll and explain the details ol a veiy
attractive proposition.
Anyone interested should inquire at once.
Maxwell Motor Company of Canada, Limited
WINMl'EU,   MAN.
Touring Car
$850
F.O.B. Windsor
One Chassis
Five Body Styles
Roadster
$830
F.O.B. Windsor
AU Models Completely Equipped-No Extras to Buy
C1IB1ST CHUBCH
Itev W. H. BriiiRf, Hector
(All aervlccH, etc., nl City Tlnicl
8.01, u.m.—-Holy ('onitiiiinlon.
11.00 a.m.—MatlnB und I.ltnny.
.1.011  p.m.   Keililluy Sellonl uiul liileli*
olass.
7.30 p.m.—BvanioBf,
Tho contents ot tlie American liotel
ut Itoietetanil were soM lost week by
the sheriff lor Hue benefit eif auniei of
the creditors ot the concern.
Kuulo council has decided u uulc of
lands for taie» will bc unncecaHsrjr
this yoar.
DR. DeVAN'S FRENCH PILLS iX
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iu.  Bold fit all uruf lloi% tr r-" —-
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