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Array THE ORANBROOK HERALD
VOLUME 20
CRANBROOK,   BRITISH COLUMBIA,
-{ THURSDAY,   OCT. 17th, 1918
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^^WREFERS HUN PEA^PROPOSALS TOJjARSh
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■vi  rfl a*
Considerable prtjgiesi wbh made tit
the meeting of the Victory Utau Com-
mlttee held In the Olty Hall last Thursday evening, when organisation arrangement* were romtilotod ror the
forthcoming drive.
After tho Chairman B. U- MoPhoo
had outlined the duller* of the various
committees appointed were made as
follows:
Vice-Chairman, Hruce Drown.
Publicity Chairman, W. A. Nlsbet,
CanvasHlng Clialrmt.it, Mr. Quttnont
News and Press Chutrmim, M.  A
1IKK HIT
fok thi: summers
The following Red Cross work has
been accomplished by Mrs. J. A. Mas-
sey. of High River, Altn., sister of Mrs.
John Mitchell of Cranhrooh. since
March 1915 to thp end or August; 1918:
fifin day Bblrts, 887 pyjamas, 20ft hand-'
ages of all kinds. .140 Blings, 201 pillow co'verB, -24 Kit and personal i~rop-
erty bags, Ml dressing gowns, hid
gtrotohor oapa, i;ih amputation oovera(
M MfNinulH bandages, 7 knitted rye
bnhdngoa. 22 imi water buttle coverni
D Burgeon coals, 8 rufgoone gowns,
ti nurses aprons, ll toWots, 75 hand*
koroliloft, i ward sllpperB, 117 pairs of
I'liHtt'd soi'ks, 17 sock foqt. iiiaklng a
total of 2.tins different pieces, The
material iiBOd la as follows:- spools of
cotton B.iti,. Button holoa made G-023.
yards of spool cotton hbo.1 101,'tV)
PTE. IE
Beale.
P-evlBlng and Checking. K. H. Mt>
Phee, Bruce Brown and W. 1). Utlroy.
The General or Central Committees
consist of the Chairman, Vice-chairman and all members of the mtb-com-
mlttees.
The sub-committees consist of the
Chairman and two members with power to add to their numbers.
Outside Points
S. G. Clarke and It. J. Barter have
been asked to organize at Wycllffe and
also to hp.ndle the Marysvllle end.
Tbe Klmberley organization has already been arranged for by the Provincial organizer M. Kearns.
Moyle will fa taken In hand by .1.
Taylor and M, Bonner.
Valik and Klngsgate will be looked
after by the Cranbrook ca.ivattsing
commlttee.
Tbe Committee for Fort Steele are
R. L. T. Gnlbraith and G. Watson.
At Bull River R. Hume, C. J. Bod
kin and B. Markle are on the job.
Wardner Is in charge of C. M. Pen
nock and Lesselyoung.
All other outst.h prints will be dealt
with from Cranbrook.
There Is every Indication of Increasing enthusiam In the BIG LOAN throughout the City, and District nnd It is
safe to predict that no stone will be
left unturned to pile tip u splendid
total.
REMEMBER THE DATE OCTOBER 28th.
THE KAISER IS NOT YET LICK;
ED AND   EVERY   VICTORY   BONBj
HELPS  TO  DO THE  LICKING  BY
HASTENING THE MARCH TO BERLIN.
WAB SUMMARY
Tht' Allies arc still advancing cm all
fronts. Tin- Italians have taken Our-
iizzo from the Austrians.
hiiuis liavo recaptured NIbIi end are
inarching right ahead to tho Danube,
the border of Austria. On ttie western front tho Huns are fighting dos-
perately to prevent themselves from
being routed while thoy hurry on their
retreat from Belgium and Prance.
Tiie black cloud'- of revolution are
gathering swiftly in Germany and .Austria, and a pathetic breakdown of the
whole Teutonic people Is threatened..
GRATEFUL
W. C. T. U. HOTBS
The Huns now state that their will
to evacuate Allied territory is now
strong enough to cause them to withdraw to their' beloved Fatherland, and
that they do not require to be prodded
lu the fleshy part of the hinterland
of their anatomy with the business
end of bayonets in tlte hands of guoll
lutski.es as the Canadians and Yanks.
Another month nnd the Huns last
refuge on Belgian and French soil
will have tumbled If the present progress by the Allies is continued.
Pte. Nicholas Hondron wh > returned on Sunday after three years In service. Is ho well pleased with the cordiality und hospitality ot the nany i city who are
friends wtoo have extended such a I
hearty welcome aud Shewn so much
pleasure and grutitudt- at his safe return. Pte. Hendrou Is still on the service and home on leave. He hopes
that many of the boys will return
shortly and they will also be glad to
know that auch good prospeota of u
hearty welcome are to be extended
to them and they no doubt will be very
grateful and will highly appreciate
the kindness that is heing shown to
the returned men ■
The returned men will he very
T ie Ber- |)roU{* to *,ave t-ie co-operation of the
civilians l.i tlie work of the G. W. V.
A. We must all help each other to
make the new life that Is coming
more enjoyable, and they urge everybody to pull together. Pte Hendron
feels more at home than ever since
he has been received in open arms.
It is a good thing for a fellow when he
knows that he is nt home.
When our boys now fighting hear of
the opened-armed welcome thnt awaits
them, they will fight tbe harder as
long as there Is any need to tight and
when their time ccmc." to return they
will look forward to it with glad expectation.
His Majesty's dominions who were j
actually residing in the Province and j
were so graduated prior to the first1
day of May. 1916, and who produce to
the Registrar of the University satisfactory proof of their qualifications, ac
OOmpanied by a fee of Two Dollars
(42.00), on or before the thrity-first
day of December, 1918, "may become
members Of Convocation of the University of British Columbia. There
may lw university graduates in this
desirous of becoming
more closely identified with our provincial university's work These may
become liiemlH'ri* of Convocation if
they can meet the requirements of the
University Act and wilt do ho before
tin? dose of the year.
FALL Fl
M.OO'S ( OINTBY AMI THB WOMAN*
While the Hun is crying for pence
he is still carrying on inlmnam warfare in Frame nnd Belgium, ruthlessly destroying everything as he retires
and cn-rying captive whosoever he
will of the Inhabitants lo torture or to
slavery, but the end Is coming1' like
sudden destruction upon him nnd lie
cannot esscape.
Local Overflow
Car of Robinhood flour In this week,
also Robinhood rolled oats in sacks
and packages. Cranbrook Trading Co.
Word has been received that Private Robert McKay was accidentally
wounded while being transferred to
a motor cycle and is now In tbe hospital. He haa been three years at the
front and this Is the first time he has
got a scratch.
Alfalfa and prairie hay, straw, etc.
Cranbrook Trading Co.
Which cornea to the Rex theatre next
Wednesday and Thursday, Oct. 23 antl
24, |b to be staged and produced as a
mammoth road attraction. Jan.cn Oliver Cut-wood's world read story 'God's
Country and the Woman' ns reproduced in this huge eight reel feature
photoplay will receive the true atmosphere in its presentation here as to its
orchestral accompaniments and effects. The leading characters arc
played by Wm., Duncan, George Holt,
and Nell Shlpman, aud supported by
a picked ct-.ste under the direction of
Vitagraph's score of the most able directors, The dogs used In this picture
are the team of John Johnson, Siberian sledge dogs, who won the world's
record for speed and endurance.
'God's Country and tho Woman' Is an
intense story of the most gripping
theme and will rouso you with the
true enthusiasm with which the story
was read in book font., together with
the care take:, by the management In
putting this picture over. At the Rex
theatre you will witness a truly unusual performance. There will be two
complete performances nightly—7.15
and 9,80. Sep display advertisement
for prices.
The members of the W. C. T, U.
sire through your coltmr.s to thank all
thope who so kindly loaned their autos
on the afternoon of the two fair days
to assist them in raising funds to send
cheer to thc boys at the front.
The regular meeting of the W. C. T.
IT, will be held at tho home of Mrs T,
C. Philips on Thursday afternoon.
October 24th at 3:30 o'clock, all nem-
berR are urgently requested to he pro.
■ent, and to bring the addresses of
those whom they know of the Itoys at
the ffollt tn enable the rimimltliv to
get the parcels off iu good lime.
Aim anyone wishing to donate any
tbing for the ptrcoeti to bring on
Thursday, Oi-tober 24th, or vend with
"nine* 'ie.
FARMERS iXSTITrTE NOTE*
Regular meeting last week failed to
ifet a quorum.
The Advisory Board of Farmers' Institute lies heen snmmond by the Minister of Agriculture ta assemble on
Monday. Nov. llth at Victoria. This
board being composed of nine representatives of the Farmers' Institutes of B. C, will consider all matters
pertaining to agriculture and make
recommend a tion.*- on the same and It
Is hoped matters pecularly nffertlng
lhe farmers of E. and W. Kootenay
will he placed in tlie hands nf the del-
eg&tee of these two districts, who are
Mr. It Staples of Creston and Mr. A
11 Smith of Cranhrook. in order to
get them before the board for consideration and such action as will there
he thought advisable,
NT. JOHN'S AMBI'MMfr:
BEI-OBTOK Mt.FTMt*
Word was received tn the city yes
terday thct James Ryan, an old timer
of this district, hut lately living in
Vancouver, died on Saturday and the
funeral took place on Wednesday. A
message came too late for the city to
act In the matter, except to fly the
flag at half mast. "Uncle Jimmy" was
the first proprietor of the Cranbrook
hotel and at one time an alderman of
the city.
PBGTKRBN  OF  HOLOMONEZEB
Bray a< Hun ln a mortar, yet will not
his flendlshness depart from him.
Thc Hun hath said iu his heart there
Is no God but me. Heaven Ib my throne
the earth la my foot'-tool and all the
created forces are my servants whom
I Imve commanded to strafe the world,
especially the Anglo Saxon race and
the Frenchman.
Groatlets, barley and barley chop,
bran and shorts. Cranbrook Trading
Co.
t'OBl'ORATIO* OF TIIE    CITY
CIMMtUOOK
or
Notice to Bread Eater*—Bread. --
loaves for 26c; guaranteed government weight. Buns 25c. a dozen. All
fancy cakes. AOc. a dozen. These
prices take effect Immediately. On
account of the increased tost of material It is necessary that we adopt
the above prices. The Home Bakery.
R. Frame, Proprietor. License \o.
51961. 41-3t
Love thine enemy not al all, but hate
him with all thine heart; tor by go do-
in", thou shall gain tha everlasting
contempt of the whole world.
My Son. snlth the Kaiser, never set
up a wooden image as a symbol of the
strength aud stability of your beloved Fatherland, and call It after Hind
enburg o. any other of your t mous
generals, nnd fill it full of nails, aa,
before his career is ended you may
find that you have only filled It full
of holes and tlie strength and stability of your fatherland may thur have
heen destroyed.
Do not bot.st ot the succes of your
undertaking until it is completed, tu
no undertaking based on the principle that "might fs right" can be brouglii
to a successful conclusion.
At the meeting of the Ht. John's
Ambulance Association nn Thursday
Ihe sum ot throe hundred and two
dollars was turned In as proceed! of
the tagging done on the two fair days.
The following disbursements were
made;
Canadian Field Comforts |fiD, 11 C.
Prisoners of War M0. Bt John's Hospital ln France $100, Army and Christ
man Cheer Fund $20, l.ocul V M C
A. $6.00, Total $295.00.
The society will shortly com men re
courses In First Aid LKtttfOS, All
wishing to take these should com
munlcate with the Secretary so thnt
the necessary books and bnndages tuny
be ordered.
The first of the Lyceum entertaln-
menta under the auspices of the I. O.
P. E. will be held ln the Auditorium
. tomorrow evening, Oct.  18th.     Tbls
I thot no one shall place or j enterUinment ■„ R mlrth produCer of
main any vehicle or any-1 gregt mwU     q,^^ fetches by
one of the greatest entertainers now
_ -^^^^^^ de-
ROeOM or approach to any fire hydrant   Hgh,   everybody     [>„..••   fat*   to ,,etr
Drivers of cars arc especially warned  U|eM wonaerft|. entertainers.
not  to leave their cars standing on i ^
ihe sheet near the fire hydrants at Mr A 0 HtrilMWi superintendent
the poitoffloe or near tho Rex tl-eatte' f |fc||| ^.^n 0, tnfi c p R ||M
been transferred to an Important dl-
WABNING
The I-Mention of the public is called
to the city Bylaw number 8fi. in which
It h ena
suffer t _^^^^^^^^^^^^
thing   >n or upon nry street or side
walk bo BJ to Interfere with the free j „""«.. ..,"7     .        ,   .,
"    ... I on the stage and music that w
WABNING NOTICE
. Bf Motor Traffic Begnlatlons Act.
■  Auditorium on Norbury avenue.
lafraoltotii of the above regulation
.111 he promptly -lenll with.
ti. VT. BBRCEi Eire Chief ,..,
Cranhrook. II C Ocl. 10. BIS.
Fred Lodge, bookkeeper for Wor-
don's transfer, while riding his 1,,ny*! <i0n  vtni*t0K.
Olo on linker st. on Tuoaduy evening.)
vision In one of the most populous districts of the province ol Manitoba,
with headquarters at Sourls. Mr.
Harshaw's many friends hero regret
his departure. He has been succeeded here by Mr. 0 S. Maharg. of Bran-
The coming nm la not the "Man
of Mystry", but the man ot action; a
democratic people will want to know
u man's capacity who comes forward
as a candidate for public honors and in
whose Interests his energies will be
employed—the people's or their exploiters. They will weigh him ln the
balance and If he Is fonnd wanting
they will spit him like they would a
Hun. j
CRAB APPLES
Plate Hysslops. W. R Forward 1st;
J, M. Craglo 2nd. Bo\ Crab uppLe*. J
Mi.'landaine. 1st.
Fear-*
Plate Darlett, J. M. Cragle, 1st.
Plate Flennlsh Beauty i; s Be Van, |
let; Mrs. w. S. Ryclttuuii Dull. Plate
A O. V. T. R. Mawson, Ut* U. A. Uodd
2nd. Special display li varltlej fruit.
W. V. Juekson 1st; W. K. Brown, :m\.
Plums
Plate Italian Prunes, Mildred Young
1st. Jas. Cook 2nd. Plate Bond Heed-
ling Mrs. W. S, Ryekman, 1st, Plate
Lombard. Jas Cook 1st. Plate Yellow
tigg. K. Simmons, 1st; R. S. Be van 2nd.
Plate Green Gage, J. M. Cragle 1st.
Plate A. O. V. Plum, Huygenat and
VanAckennan 1st; Evelyn Stark 2nd.
Box Plums. Mrs. W. S. Jtyckman 1st;
Evelyn Starty 2nd. Special Bent 0
Box Strawberries, H. H. McClure.
Flowers and Plants
Astesr, George Taylor 1st; Helen
Somerville 2nd. Stocks, John Levett,
1st; George Taybir 2nd. Pansies, Mrs.
P. Dallas, 1st; H. C. Seaman 2nd.
Sweet peas, Ethtd Atchison 1st; Mrs.
P. Dallas 2nd. -Sunflower. John Mitchell 1st; Scott' Hill 2nd. Geranium.
Mrs, P. Dallas, 1st. A. O. V. Flowering plant, Mrs. P. Dallas. 1st! H. Anderson 2nd.
Foliage plant, Mrs. A. G. Hilt, 1st. |
Banquet cut flowers, George Taylor
1st, Miss Maystre. 2nd. Banquet Wild
flowers. Fred Clarke. 1st: Elen Johnson, 2nd.
 Hairy  Products
Cheese, Mrs. M. II. Wnlmsley, Creston, 1st. Battel :i 1 lb prints. Jas.
Cook, Creston 1st. Mrs. Geo. Hiinn-
ant. Wasa. 2nd. Lyman Tnylor. Wycllffe highly reoommended. Butter In .
In crock, Jas. Cook, Creston. 1st; Ly-!
man Taylor 2nd. Mrs. Geo. Hannnnt.
Wasa. highly recommended i
Honey
5 sections of comb honey, H. E. Sain
sbttry, 1st. Extracted honey. H. E.
Sainsbury, 1st. Display of apiary .products. Including small ffhservntory hive
and bees, H.E. Sainsbury, 1st.
Vegetable*
Best liair bushel potatoes, Relntt
Hill. 1*t. Beott-Hfll 2nd. Bent colfekt-
lon, Lymnn Taylor. 1st; John Mitcth-
ell, 2dn. Turnips table. George Rlrkev
1st, George Taylor 2nd, Turnips; Swoct
P. Woods 1st, George Cart rough t, Cres-,
ton, 2nd. Carrots. taWe. Lyman Taylor
1st. John: Levett, 2nd. Carrots, Mock.
T.M. Edtmonson, Creston. 1st. John
Levertt. 2nd. Parsnips, D. Hopkins. 1st
T.M, EMmonson, Creston. 2nd, Cabbage. "H. Anderson 1st-. John Levett,
2nd. Cauliflower. John Levett, Ut:
George Taylor, 2nd. Sweet Corn. W.
H. Gobbett, Creston. 1st. A.J. Miller.
2nd.
Green Kale, John Mitchell. 1st. Table Beets, round. John Levett. 1st: J.
Mitchell. 2nd. Table beets long. J. Mitchell. 1st. Mangolds, J nhn Mitchell,
1st; John Levett. 2nd. Chard, no entry lag, 1st, Chard no entry tag 2nd
Lettuce, J. Llnqutst, 1st. Bedlsh. Mrs
L M. Campbell. 1st. BqutMh, Geo, Cartwrlght. Creston, 1st. John Venim-nth.
Creston. 2dn. Pumpkin no tne. Cres-
ton, 1st, A. J. Miller, 2nd. Cucumber,
!john Delmer, 1st. E. Slmmonds, Creston, 2nd. Cantelnupe, John Wearmouth
Creston, 1st Ciron. E. E. Cartwrlght,
Creston 1st; S. LewlB 2nd. Tomatoes,
;<plate) W. H. Gobbett, Creston, 1st.
The balance of the prize list will he
-published In onr next Issue
collided with J 11. Henderson's motor | nemember th, „hMt and pf„ow Cflae
car and was thrown violently to the Hft„owe.en nance, Thursdnv. Oct. 81,
ground, sustaining severe Injuria*. He lt the Addttorlum.
was taken to the hospital, where ho! '
lay unconscious all night. He was( M tn# |wt 8geBtk)n Qf m provln,
badly hurt around the head and one oW i^w*-* )t was enacted that
root was also severely Injured. He Is (%u j^fo of 0Qy ,miwrBUy ,n
doing ns nic«ly as can be expected.     '	
A Hun in a Hun do nutter'what Uniterm he wear..: many a Him ho,
twen captured dresaetl up In the ■tot-
on knllkl uniform ol one of the AJIIea.
Thc "unspeakable" I, now more an-
porrlate to tho Hun than to thc Turk.
Drink not or the wine ol German
mllitarlRtn, for the end or the carou.
| nal will be an uttt? rout.
j It would be an honor to the Kaiser
I If lie would surrender his aword to
Ooneral Pooh; but how can. a man with
honor act ImoraMy'
The following notice has been received by Provincial Constable Kerr
Irom the Chief Constable at Pernio:
Owing to the large number of accidents to motor cars ln this djstrloi
which are never reported to the pol
ice ln writing at all It has become
Imperative that the attention nf all
Constables be drawn to section 32 ol
the Motor Traffic Act, which provides
that all accidents, etc., must be reported to the police In writing within
a specified time. You will In future
summons all persona meeting with
auch accidents, and who have not
compiled wtth the act.
All peraeone Interested will please
take notice aa thla section must he onioned.
CHAKUOS KBHH,
Provincial Constable.
R:
THE CHURCH'S
BIG DRIVE
WILL BE TNE SUBJECT AT THE
jttethoMst Church
SUNDAY NEXT at 7.30 P. M.
Preacher:  Rev. R. W. LEE
YOU are heartily invited
Think not, oh, Kaiser Bill, that because you and your mll'tary cute have
deceived your people ycu are able to
deceive the world ao well; the Allies
with their eyes open are now opening the eyes of 1he Carman .people.
TRAGIC EVENT*
Forest fires swept over northern |
Minnesota, and Wisconsin last week. {
One thousand people were burned to;
death and 21 towns were wliicd out
of existence. The fires ure still thren- j
tenlng. There is a property lo»a estimated at 175,000.000, or more without
considering the value ol the Umbers on
the stump. Some people had lo tnkf
refuge In the itrMma and Inkr-s to
save their lives.
Sir Eric tieddes says that tlie Hun
submarine warfare has been rotpon-
sibte for the linking of 230 British
naval vessete and 450au«!lary crafts.
besides British merchant ships to the
number ot 2,400 with a gross ton
'aage of nearly 7,750,000. The Brltisl,
havo sustained twice the loss in botli
naval and mercantile vessels as all
the Allies combined. The climax In the
menace ol the submarine, he says is
not yet reached.
Frlghtfulnesa may endure lor a night
but mercy, truth ansl honesty will endure forever. ^        .
nm or thanks
X> a dies'   and
Children's JCats
SMART STREET HATS
AND THE NEWEST PAT-
TERNS FROM THE
LEADING CANADIAN
AND AMERICAN DESIGNERS, AT VERY REAS-
ONABLE PRICES.
L AD I ES'
READY - TO-WEAR
GARMENTS
You run Judge by il»' »•!•
le |>l<'t»r>'il llOW -miirl till'-
an- iii character, many other style* tn rJioose from,
anil n'l lhe »en "limit'* aad
cloths. \ n
rWtf''^
McCreery   Bros.
CRANBROOK'S PRY OOOB* /..CXOTHISG STORES
ELECTRIC Lamps, ELECTRIC Torches
Electric Dim-a-Lites, Electric Irons
FUSE PLUGS Etc. Etc.
A Large Stock Always on Hand
J. D. McBRIDE
PHONEs
BAKER STREET
mtJOL
A MOOERI
TONIC
Vinol Is recoramvendee to imp™** »• -PP*""' •"• ,on' u
t» stomach, build up wrtatn mil down conditions and promote strength, thu. acting a" a general tonic
It ia recommend** to .awt In <»* Vnt* assimilation
ol food and to give ro thp ot**r organ, of thi body sufficient vigor to perform their jnoelioni.
Valuable for coughs, colds, ^ewhlil., old people west
-women un* delicate children      ^
SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY
CRANBROOK DRUC & BOOK COY
w
J. Axcauot
liar I'"""'
Mint I'h'iae
. »gr.
1.
-at
1 wisli to temler all tho*e, ihroiirfli
thc columns of the Herald, atf I nm
not nble to see each one personnlly,
whn no kimlly iiRAlr-ted ct the funeral
of my won Harry, enpeclallr to thwie
wlio sent flowerH and to Mr. Santo,
whostj aflHintnnfle nnd s'.ipport tn trying clrrumt-tiuires were Invaluable, my
alnceivj thnnks.
^j { J. r. DHACON. ^
The (treat Norther:, oil dockn at Seattle caught (Ire and were totally destroyed. A tremendoua wtream of flam-
lnj[ oil wan poured out ln the water*
of the sound and threatened to er.gulph
a big Japanese liner that was anchored cut. T'r.e loss Ih estimated at several million dollars.
Spanish Influonna is Hpreadlng all
over the continent, but as yet there
have been only a small percentage of
deaths. It cannot be called a dunget-
our epidemic, but It muy develop Into
one If the greatest precautionary men-
RiiiM are net taken.
UUD ACT
I'.ralibrooft  Umi District- MMrict of;
Fa*t Kfmtenaj
Tuke  notice that I. Hari!j- RjmaH,
ul Kltcbuner, occupation Laborer, in-
iieml to apply for iiciminalon to pur-
chuse tl.e following de»crr!bed lands:
-Contmeneing »i b i>o'*t planted at
he Houtheast corner < f lot 3903: thence
120 chains   south;   tlience   20   cba.DS
i*we*-.t. theooe\SO chain* nonh; thence
20 clialno east to place of commence-
fluent; containing 40 acre*. «>xceptlng
the Tl. C. SonAiefn; rl^iit of way.
Harry   Hymcll
Dated Qptofwr Uiii, 1918.
|    Date of first pubHcnilon nr thin notice October, I7tli, 1918.
j(t the Churchea
'V. Ni-THODliT~CHinU!H
rfj B*t. R. W, Ue, Vwrter. J
I Sunday. October Utk       ■*»  >
. 11 a. m.— Divine Service
I 7 M r. m — Evensong and Sermon
1  A lieatty invitation is extender! to
all. especu.My young men acd women.
J BAPTIST CHURCH
Kev. 4. *. -ftmeUIr, Pailer
Union Service,—Baptist and Prei-
hyterlan Congregations
12 noon—Sunday School
Rev. Hlllls Wright will preach at
hot Ii services. ,
!
'S A VE
[For  Victory PA.OH TWO
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
THURSDAY,  OCTOBER  17TH,   1918
Cranbrook Herald
Published Every Thursday hy
Till'.  CIIAMIKOOK   HERALD,   LIMITED
W. A. MYERS,     :      ;     : Managing Editor
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ESTABLISHED    1875
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CKANBBOOK, BRITISH COLUMBIA, THt'RNUAY, OCTOBER   17TH,   1918
TBE lUiiVi: IS ON; Hen MUCH
AUK YOB GOINfl Tit HEX.1!
The Victory Limn dlrve tor 181$ haa,
heen launched and it,; objective Is Be''-!
lin
Thc Dominion of Canada, through
its Flu nance Minister, sir Thomas
While, is now asking-the people of
Canada to buy Victory Loan Dnuds
to the mlnimun amount of $300 000
ooo of (toll.tr*. or to the maxlrnmi of
ir-00,000,000 to unable her to curry on
the war for the year 1919 und tn maintain cuiuulu's nlumomlnul prosperity.
The Holdiera on the battlefield, who
have this summer given such a glorious account of themselves and who
ure now fighting so valorously; our
soldiers, who saved the day In April
1916 and prevented the Germans from
breaking through the Allied lines and
taking Calais; our brave boy*- who
took Vlmy Ridge and Paschendnel;
our splendid men, who were the foremost, the spearhead of the British forces that took Cambrul and the first
to enter and occupy that most Important point ln the defences of the Hun;
our gallant fellows who were the first
to break the Mlndenburg line and thus
make a way for the cavalry to tred on
the heels of the fleeing enemy; tlie
Canadian arm corps—the best fighting
unit on the battlefields of Europe,
whose valor and accomplishment have
become the admiration of the world;
who tlmo and ugain have caused the
enemy under pressure to seek a more
comfortable place in the rear—this
Canadian army of 400,000 men, must
he fed, clothed, equipped, munitioned
and paid. Canada cannot foot the bill
unless her people furnish hor with the
money, and we who are secure at home
and prosperous because of (lie Inflated
prices due to the war must supply the
sinews of war to the men who have
gone overseas to fight. |
Canada is one great war machine
Rome are fighting, some are..producing foodstuffs, some nre making munitions, some are making airplanes,
some are building ships, some are distributing; all arc engaged, men and
women alike, in doing what they can
in the world war to enable the Allies
to gain a complete victory over the
fiends from hell. Home complaints
have heen heard because the men who.
are doing the fighting are not getting
as hig pay as the men  who-stay at
IMPERIAL BANK
OF CANADA
WAR MONEY  ORDERS
Tfc* thlai mmI av-mclttad by tha man »t Ik* fnmi ia niDtr. lUt-lr "•■ar
atoUiwabwt frt«M, «• It buy* kin comfort* and naccwiliM whan mm! ■*•«]•->.
ra iaauad br thi* Bank ar* »ayabl« at i
lur than for aasdinu o-raraaa*.
CRANBROOK BRANCH,
Tba aaanar ardara faa-iad b/ thi* Bask ar* pavaUa at all com marc lal caatraa
In Allied caumtrias.   Bar than tar aaadinu ovaraaaa.
B. E. HOWARD,
Manager.   I
home. But don't you worry the men
over there will be able to protect
tneif own Interest when they come
back over here. The few exploiters,
and grafters and blood-money grubbers who will dare stand in the way
of just dealing with our returned men
"Till get ham strung so quick they
won't have time to say their prayers.
The soldier gives all his country de-'
mauds of him, even to his life. Our
country asks us at home to take lip
this Victory 1-oan Bond ISSUQ to thc
extent or $600,000,000—it is up to US
to furnish the money. This amount Is
not much. Canada lias on deposit lu ;
safety banks over $1500,000,000; there
are hundieds of millions that are each.'
ed away, withdrawn from circulation. I
One-quarter of the cavings of the,
iwopln fs the maxtmmi sum required; !
one-half of the savings of 1918 will
buy up the issue. How much more
have you earned during the past year
than you earned the last year before
the war? You could easily buy Victory Bonds to that extent, but suppose
you invest the.half? Have you earn-
$100. more during the past year than
you did In 1914?   Buy o $50 Victory
Bond.    Have you earned $200 more?
will put us all on our beam ends.
Don't you be a party to bring about
such a disastrous state of affairs, but
do your duty and help to make tbe
Victory Loan Bond issue of 1918 an
overwhelming success.
The committee who have the Victory Loan Campaign In charge la this
district have for their objective the
(getting of every man, woman and
child within the district who. bos the
price to buy as many Victory Loan
Bonds as they have the money to pay
for.
It is up to you;
can you buy?       ■
how many bonds
Buy $100 Victory Bond. Have you
earned $500 moro? Buy bonds to the
value of $L'50. Have you earned $1000
more? Buy a $500 bond. Do you want
to earn as much during the next 12
months as you have earned in the past
12? Then buy Victory Bonds lo the
extent of your ability to pay. The
reason wl y you were able to earn as
much money during the past year as
you did wns because of tlie fuct that
the Victory Bond Loan of 1917 was
such a success. The $410,000,000
which the people of Canada loaned to
Canada through thut bond Issue enable Canada to carry on the war and
maintain Canadian Industry on a highly profitable basis. Unless this Victory Loan Is-mude r.n overwhelming
success our fighting force will have
considerable of the punch taken out of
their blows, shipbuilding will cease
mining operations will be stopped
there will be no export sale for our
surplus; foodstuffs; our munition and
other factories will close down and
there will be a financial-crash that
Why Canada must borrow
money I to carry
Because Canada has put her hand
to the plow and will not turn back:—
—our country is in thc war on the
side of liberty and justice and will stay
in it till complete victory is won and
the unspeakable Hun is smashed and
beaten to the ground;
—a nation at war must make tremendous expenditures in cash to keep
up her armies and supply them with
munitions, food and clothing;
—Canada must finance many millions of dollars of export trade in food,
munitions and supplies which Britain
and our allies must have on credit;
—for these purposes Canada must
. borrow  hundreds  of   millions   of
dollars—
And, this money must be borrowed
from the people of Canada:—
Therefore, Canada will presently
come to her people for a new Victory
Loan to carry on.
Canadians will loan the money by
again buying Victory Bonds.
The national safety, the national
honor ami the national well-being
require that each and every Canadian
shall do his duty by lending to the
nation every cent he can spare for this
purpose.
Be ready when the call comes to see your
country through in its great war work
Issued by Canada's Victory Loan Committee
in co-operation with the Minister of Finance
of the Dominion of Canada
IM
WANTKl): OFFICIAL SPELL-
HINDER FOK CRANBROOK
Liberal salary and all expenses will
be paid to the man who can deliver
the goods. No one who Is not thoroughly familiar with the past hlstroy
of ('ranbrook and that part of Knot
Kootenay over which the city has extended its influence; tho present trend
of events In their relation to the economic, public and social development of
this district; and who 1ms not a strong
unwavering and unbounded faith tn
the future prosperity ami glory of the
city need apply.
Cranbrook neods a Cicero or a Demosthenes who will lead us In the path
that will broaden out Into a wide and |
delightful valley full of wealth, hap-
ptiu'ss and glory. We have a Solomon
and a Socrates, a Pinto and a Dloge-
i.ea, but we have no one who with bis
vi he will set t'.e ilt* upon a hiil tn
such attractive light that It will draw
all men unto it.
Our spell-binder must be a man of
| strong pbyslquo as well as of great
I mental calibre; a man who is able to
j talk nil night in setting forth the in-
| teresls of Cranbrook and the opportunities it affords for the investment of
< capital and the employment ot labor,
and work all day in helping: to put Into operation the plans he has suggest,
ed.
It matters not if he is ot Irish, Bug
lish, Scotch, French, Italian, Scandinavian or American decent, but be
must be a thorough-going Canadian.
Doctor Rutledge refuses to allow
bis name to stand for nomination. We
understand that his objection ie not so
n.ich to the position as tu the name
He doesn't like the name "spell-binder". Well we don't suppose the citizens ot Cranbrook are sticklers for
names. Wihat's In a name, anyhow? "A
rose by any other name would smell as
sweet." Call it "Town Crier," or "Herald of the Democracy." or "Public
Pronunciomentor," or let it be denominated In the terms of the- gentleman
himself whom the people delight to
honor with such a high and jtllgnifled
an office.
Whether "Doc", will accept the position or not he has certainly done a
great deal as President of the Cranbrook Agricultural Society to bring
Cranbrook into the limelight, much
to the appreciation of thousands of
people surrounding tbe city and no
doubt he will continue to use his oratorical ability In persuading everybody he meets that Cranbrook Is the
public, economic and social centre
of the most potentially wealthy portion of the province of British Columbia.
Now that Rev. Hlllls Wright has decided to cast in his lot with the Grand
Forkers. an ambitious and-'prosperous community situated at the ex
treme west end ot the Kootenays, we
cannot take bis name Into consideration, but we can highly recommend
him as a public-spirited eltlxen of unexceptional ability, and ask our fellow
citizens of Grand Forks to make a
note to that fact.
Rev. R. W. Lee has many qualifications to fit him to occupy the posl-
It may be that your eyes are becoming; weak and you are afraid to acknowledge 11. That Is the way with a
good many people, both old and young.
The young particularly seem afraid to
admit their falling sight, but Is no
novelty nowadays and certainly no
dlagrace. We will remedy any defective eyesight and guarantee eatlsfac
tion Delays ure dangerous * come today.
Raworth Bros.
OPTICIANS
Next lo tho Postofflcc.
Jameson's
BAKING   POWDER
Feather Light
JAMESON'S
JAVA AND   MOCHA
COFFEE
JAMESON'S
TEA
JAMESON'S
EXTRACTS
The men are  the Con-
nolgemrs.
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meets In tha
Parish Hall
first Tuesday
afternoon of
every month
at * p.m.
Pres., Mrs. B.
H. Leaman
Secy, Mrs. J. W. Burton, P. O. Boi 621.
All ladles cordially Invited.
LAIDLAW k HEWOLF
Civil aid Mining Engineer.
B. G. Land Surveyors
CltANBROOK, B. C.
Are you saving for   Victory  Boi:ds J
Printing!
Orders placed with its
are assured satisfactory production because we posses every
facility for good service— i
j
Capable workmen ex-,
pert supervision, latest and best equipment, large capacity.
A telephone message
brings to your service a helpful salesman.
Mail orders given
prompt attention
Crankrook Herald
PRINTERS   &    PUBISHERf
DESIGNERS, & EMBOSSERS]
tion. His tonaue is like the pen of a
ready writer, he is progressive and
optimistic, young, strong, undismayed
and aggressive. But there ls an Insurmountable obstacle to his becoming
the choice of tho people. It is no fault
ot his; the fault lies in the prejudice or
ao many people against the whole ministerial fraternity that sets down each
| Individual minister as a man of narrow mind and therefore not fitted to
lead the public In Its multitudinous
affairs. Rev. Lee, however, has an opportunity ofspeaking many a good
word for Cranbrook, both in the city
and ln many other towns and cities
and no doubt will employ his excellent
ability at all limes.
Speaking of u urow-mlmlf dness it I*
Just aa possible for a man who de.
dares himself to be In favor of a wide
open town to be narrow-minded as It
Is for a preacher. The'man who, In
the 'discussion of public affairs, cannot aee the question from the view-
point of his fellow-citl-ons and who
will' persist In blocking'every progressive movement because his views
are not entertained, Is as narrow-
minded as the preacher who . says
"Come with me to heaven or you will
all go to hell".
J. P. Fink is well qualified for the
position and his- name might well be
taken Into consideration. He is a pros
parous btrsinees'man, a resident In
Cranbrook stnee its very small beginnings, 'well known throughout the
province; as his election to the office
Of vloe-oteetdent of the Retail Merchants Association of the province ot
British Columbia amply testifies, a
man whoeae voice has been uplifted in
the Interests of Cranbrook from the
Mayort chair and other nubile places.
'Harry White Is* man well qualified
for the position we are desirous of
seeing created, and moreover, he is
«c-cuitom-ed to public apeaklntr from
a'rjost every AglSI There Is nu better* eieeotlve bead anywhore In the
Are you saving for   Victory  Bonds t
5. H. McPhee Is a man who could
throw light on the subject and bring
Cranbrook Into much greater prominence than It la today.
■='W. I>. Gtlroy could catch the ear of
thousand* and make them tingle with
pleasure at tho stories he could tell
and the limine* he could sing in Cranbrook's favor.
Tram-are others we could mention
'but If no man can be found there are
women well qualified to put oft the
mantle of this office. We wilt not mention the ihhi of any of the women we
'have In mind at thla time among tho
names of "mere man," hut reserve the
right to do co st some future time.
" This is no joke, ladles and gentlemen, or men and women ns Mrs. Ralph
Smith now declares Is.the proper way
to address the populace In these days
of equal suffrage, but -we are in deadly earnest—Cranbrook's greatest'need
is an Official Spell-binder.
Wt WANT ALL KINDS OF FURS
MX. BEAR. BEAVER. LYNX.
".WILDCAT MUSKRAT
MARTFN.MINrU'f
WML PAYS THF HOST
■ w. SeUemttt 1 list,TrWVl-t.K'-'it'iIlls,   j
Drs. Oreen k MacKinnon
Physician, and Surgeons
Oilier  nl  residence, Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICE HOUItH
Forenoons   fl.no to 10 00
Afternoons   1,00 to  too
Evenings 7.30 to   8.30
Sundays   2.30 to  4.80
CIIANIIHOOK, n.c.
1.0.0. F.
KEY CITY LODGE, No. 48
J^MMU,      Meets   svery
"BHnJsJSssjy    „  Fraternity
Hall.     Sojourning   Oddfellows
cordially Invited.
K, 11. McPhee,      .1 w. Spcnce,
Secy. N.Q.
DR. F. H. MILES
DENTIST
Oftlce in Hanson Block
OFFICE HOURS
9 to 12. a.m.
1 to 5 p.m.
CRANBROOK, B.C
CBANBBOOK COTTAOK
HOSPITAL
Private .Nursing Home
Licensed by Provincial Oovt.
Maternity and (ieneral Narilng
Massage and Rest Cure, Highest
References, terms moderate.
Apply Mrs. A. Crawford, Matron
Phone 259 P. O. Box 845
Address, Carden Ave. Cranbrook
THE HOME BAKERY
■obt Frame, Prop.
I'remi Itreatl, Cakes, Pies
and Pastry
Phone 17
Norbury Ave.      Opp City Hsll
ti-i
KNIGHT!* OP PYTHIAN
Crank-Ms, B. C,
Heel, every Tuesday at 8 p.m In
v     tba Fraternity Hall
R. C. Carr, 0. C.
C. II. Collins'. K. R. t S.
Vliltlng brethren cordially invited to sttend.
OVERSEAS CLUB
Meets In Maplu Hall second
Tussdsy ot svery month at I
p. m.
Membership open  to  British
cltliens.
Visiting  numbers   cordially
welcomed.
E. V. Brake,       J. r. Lower,
President. Secretary
CHAS. 8. PARKER
Forwarding and Distributing
Agent tor
LeUnrMf* snd Ore-skill Ceol
Impe rial Oil It.
Olitrbntlon Can a Hpeclslty.
Ilrsvlnir and 'iVati-ferrlnir
Given prompt attention
Phone W
Tlie Shoe Specialist
JOE MARAPODI
Satisfaction (l.sraateed
ifesdqusrters fir sll kind, of
Repairs
F. M. MACPHEKSON
Undertaker
Phone SMI
Norbury Ave, ne it lo Clly Hsll
Montana Heslanranl
Heals il All Henri
Cigars, Cigarettes and Candy
CRANBROOK STREET.
Oppoilte the Bsnk of Commerce
J. F. DEACON
Automobiles for hire.. .Boats
oi Oreen Bar In Connection.
PHONE 81      CRANBROOK
If vou want) satisfaction
with vour washing
■end It to
MONTANA LAUNDRY
Br-ecial -trices* tor famllv THURSDAY,  OCTOBER 17TH,   1918
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
PAGE THREm
THEY EASE   THE   WAY
(.lasses, that ease the way
for doing your dally tasks
result from our way or fitting.
There (s a wide difference In the way glasses
are fitted. Some have to be
"broken In" like a new
pair of shoes. Wilson's
glat-ses give you help and
comfort right from the
start.
No drops used in examination. Just optical science
and  good Judgement.
W. H. WII-NON
"TIh- HsKkfU-iN    KytfrliiNM
Mun
B
SEND   .
The Kiddie
in for a
STEPHEN'S
Color House
CARD
THERE IS NO CHARGE
F. PARKS & CO.
Hardware & Mill Supplies
Cranbrook     •     B.C.
JLtocal and Personal
Kilby frames pictures.    Phone 8.
Save for Victory.
Insure with Beale & Elweli.
Those who do not fight must save.
Shoe repairs, all kinds.     Star Shoe
Shop, opposite depot.
(Jot  yo\:r lnccs and shoe polish at
the Stnr Shoe Shop, opposite depot.
Rev.  ft; W. Lee, was a Klmberley
visitor on Tuesday.
Mm.' Mcintosh   of   Lothbrldge   Is
visiting with Mr. undMrs. A. 0. Bltilne.
Dr. llotiiuill, M. P. of Pernio, was a
visitor in the olty on Friday last.
L. P. Sullivan, of tho District Ledger, Pernie was a visitor in town over
Thanksgiving.
A Whist Drive will be held in the
G. W. V. A. Parlors on Friday-nigM
next.
T      KEEP YOUR STOVE BRIGHT
Black Knight
STOVI POLISH      1
Alvln Perkins, Piano Tuner of Vancouver, was in the city this week, making his usual yearly calls.
If you were told of
i i awwdineoTeryfortlie
l rtrwtaienl ur roughs,
-wide and liruuckUib, w% ewla.-i in Its
action on ill-obtwl trunblea »s antl-
twin iiva dipWaena.orTaiTiimti'-ii on
'tnmll-po*. "Wouldn't yon ft*! like giving
it a l riali
Peps Iff tht discovery I
Pew art liute tablets, containing
I'erlts-iu <u.«klit-iiml ingredient •<. ttlilob,
whf-t [il-uwl ttpua tit* UngUti imuu'tli-
ately turn intu vapour, aud are m ouce
1 breattied down the air pafaaiige-, tu llif
luug-,. On their journey, ttiey *■<«•, he
the iuflauied aud irr.uttd iueiubiaue->
of Uiebrouuhbi tubas, tbtfdallcate walls
of the air pat-SHM--*, and tiual!- inter
audearry relief aud iieti'.i'Btu tin* m.iij!*-.
' lu a word, while no hnuid or lolld
cauiict t-o tlie lungs and ah piM-ugi-.-,
the** IVps J'-'uiea get there direct, uud
utoiica uotuueuca their work ot lira I in-,'.
! nm gg&L o»« •»■ un.
■i •«■• •""-■MM* article, write
acru-ss it the'natue and date ul this paper,
aud mail iltwitb le;*tattip1upa, returu
postaue) to Peps Co., Toronto. A free
tri-s.1 im*.'- -i> will' lien be ttal you, .' i
diuKKi»Uaaistores sell IVp-siuv.box.
John Talt, C. P. R. Inspector of Telegraphs for the district was ih the
city this week.
Mrs. Manley and family, left on-Tuesday for Edmonton, to join Mr.'Man-
ley, who was recently transferred to
that city.
W. H. Wilson and wife and W. P.
Attrldge and wife, autoed to-Spokane
on Saturday, spending their Thanksgiving holiday In that city.
Orvllle Thompson of the District
Ledger, Pernie, accompanied by Mr.
and Mrs. Campbell'spent Thanksgiving with his mother Mrs. Thompson
Burwell avenue.
Miss E. Henderson, sister of Postmaster Henderson, who has'been visiting here, left Monday for Creston
where she will visit with another brother, Dr. Henderson, before returning
east.
Tin:
COEUR D'ALENE
Spokane, WiishlnHtmi
TIIK IIOTKI, WITH  A
PKHHONAMTV
Tilts bou.e ha. Hit
bsopy <llstlnetloo of being Ihe favorite mop
ping pises In Snoksue
tor the people of Brltlih
Columbia We appreciate
thla patronage and do
tVOTftalng In our power
to make vou comfortable
Our location In eioallent —
close to Oreat Northern Station
and 0. W. It * N.-Mllwauke.
terminal, and wttliiu a mla'.le's
walk from the prluelp-l builoess
nouses and place! of amusement.
Don. Jecks, young son of Horatio
Jecks ii former baggageman In this
city but now of lethbrldge, I died last
Sunday, attar n short Illness. Don
was a smurt little boy and many In
Cranbrook will hear of his death with
Kf est- sorrow.     - ....        ,,
Hem rtteanmhln on Konf
"WHITE"
SEWING MACHINES
MADt IN CANADA
FOR OANADIAN HOMIi
WILL GIVE YOU
COMFORT
EASE AND
REAL PLEASURE
WHILE SEWING
Can yen think ol any reason why
thsrs should not bs ons In your
•horns*
  «
Why do you continue to pay rent year
in and year out?
Have a HOME that you
can   call   YOUR   OWN
LOOK A T THESE
SNAPS
'        Offered by
Beale & Elweli
|
'i Cottages nu Cranbrook street
2 lots only #!tA4MI#
One cottage alone is worth thi
price not  to  mention  the   lots.
fi roomed t'ottage in Pairvlew
Addition, coat $K-00, ran be
bought   for ,,#KO*).(M»
fi roGlQod Cott&fiO on I-unisiiem
Avenue in kooiI condition, cheap
at    #1000
Modern Cottage on Cranhrook
Street fnrflfmi. Thin tn n  real
Rimp,
7 rotupotl. twd Btory modern rOB"
idence on iturweii nvontio 2 lota-
liouse coal $1000. $1000 i)iiy-4
property.
i   ll roomed Cottage   on    Mnnnon
Avenue, only    $1100
A very confortuble modern Cottage on Durwoll Avenue, up-to-
date In  every  respect....91300
7 roomed two story residence on
Armstrong Avenue 91000
Terms can always be Arranged
to suit purchaser. Titles guaranteed ln nil cases by
Beale & Elweli
It yon want to rant a bouse call
on BEAM! and FI.WELL
Furnished or unfurnished rooms
especially suitable for -hacks.
Ion, In-lading heat," light and
water.
MODEBN MOV8R8 TO BENT
IL .      ■_    ll -
The dance In tbe ..Auditorium on
Thanksgiving day was thoroughly enjoyed by a good crowd.
Miss McVicar, of the Fernle teaching statt spent her Thanksgiving holiday with Miss White ln this city.
As a war measure the murketiog
of thin chickens should be prohibited ■
—fatten them up. it will pay you toI
do so.
The new auto hoss truck for the
Cranbrook fire department will at anj
early date take the place of the hone!
wagon.
A gang of fifteen or twenty men are
now busy on- the Wyellffs bridge that
tsbornfTtrenered in the C.P. R. shops
here to epan the St. Marys river.
Poultry meat ot.all kinds Is getting
at a «osd price. Hens have been se-
ling s» high as roasters broilers have
paid well.
It's the cream that makes thc mttu
valuable; its the last ten days' of feeding that makes the chick valuable.
People like to buy a large percentage
of meat and small pe-'centagc of bone.
"Crunbrook Is'good enough ro- me"
sny a nuv.ber of people who loft the j
city during recent months, but are!
now returning. Thotrlght. never again j
disturb your happy borne.
I Ptes HendroT and Trlcker arrive'!
as return** men on Sunday last. They
left hssrvrlttithe !85th three years
ago lait 'May. -Pte Tfctaers home U
Ih Wlnihii uilii eTfhrtrlet.
FireChlsr-ltesceisetvlngfair warn-1
ins to all arra stndty not tt block the
way 'or any ot th»*,*rys*nHits on the
streets of Cimtrrook. ' To do so ls
ar asrlous,of*"B"»th«tT-srrieB a heavy
penalty.
J. A.' Arnold, who has been ill for
the past weak St St. Engene Hospital
hss recovers,*- irJftWently to be re-
moved to his- home, lt Is expected
thst h« will be aretrad again In a. fow
days.
i Mr. and Mi* W. J. Hurton, of Cal-
»ary. are visiting Mra. A. C. Blaine
over the Thmksgivlng holidays, Mr.
Burton prior to leaving' for ("ntgary
was with the Fink Mercantile Co. for
a number ot years.
•Mrs. Percy Attains and father went
to Winnipeg on SatnnUry, where Lieut.
Adsms convalescing tn a military hospital. Ho was on his way home to
Moyle and was taken off tbe Iruin at
Winnipeg-very-sick. Lieut Adams
was well known by everybody, being
Cranbrook's Chief ot Police, t*forc
collating wllti the 28Hth.
POTATOES FOB HALF.
No, 1 potatoes, $1.60 per sack of 100
lbs. ' Apply to Osrlelde Ranch. Telephone cmtasctton. 2t. p.
iwaja*    | 'r* you savior for   Victory
It year Boot leaks let tt' attended
to by W. J, Hefty al Oiaabrsoh, old
Boots of every description repaired aid
coated 'wltk tanrsved Asphalt feat
estssdWs-rsatsiUgkt.
MM for IM sojusra leet.
Piano lessons by arrangement. Phone 484, or call at
20$' Hanson Ave. Miss Lois
Gamble. '88-4t
RDMO-mSO*!^ DANCE OBCBESTBA
Ksw Open tar Einstasits.    One to
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The Music with too PEP;   for Terms
Apply
' KM. KBIOlfmON
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada Limited
Office, smelting and Refining Department
"""'" TRAIL, BRITISH COLUMBIA
SHULTERS     AJil)     REFITO"R8
I'tircliiiscr of Hold, Silver, Copper, lead aad Zinc Ores.
TuliHiinc llriiiul Pig Lead, BlMitone, Spelter and Copper
Lyceum.   Entertainment
Course
Under the Auspices of the I. O. D. E.
The Ward Waters Company
in CRANBROOK on
Friday October 18th 19f8
The Ward Waters Company presents to the public a program o!
unusual Interest and orglnallty. Mr. Waters as a character m»kup
artist high rank among tho best of platform entertainers. Hl« sketches are new and orlgnlal and have not previously been heard on
tlie platform. With Mrs. Waters he will do some whistling dueta
and the company will give a little play whenever desired. Their
dramatic work is especially good, as Mrs. Waters has had several
year's experience In stock companies. Her child Impersonation
are clever Indeed.
Krlnn Falk, the contralto soloist, Is a very gifted young singer
Her voire Is deep and rich snd has that beautiful mellow quality so
seldom heard.
Let Music Brighten the
Lives of Your Children
Let them grow up io id ■tmoiphere if good matte.
Let their ippredition of thc beiunfttJ itnapnf btc b« cWfcJapei
by good muiic.
Let them receive thc indelible imprint of Atfewt mi wfaemcat
through the medium of good muiic.
White the youog miodi »re open to receive ntch mpreeeiooi,
begin their muiical, and higher, education with
2&NEW EDISON
"Th* Phonograph with a Soul"
Thii wonderful ioirrument brings the world ol muiic ioto your
home ; re-created by the world'i greateit artiri. No matter where
you live, your children c» have the him muiical idrtstagei u
'.hough living in the great citiei during the height ol tbe muitcvlaeaioa.
The New Ediion doei not merely imitate. It re-crtttet. No
human ear cin diitinguith arriit trom phooograpb. The fanioua Ediion
tone .ens have proved thii, not once, but more than I coo timet.
Sttrt the Chiidren'i musical edacatioo tO'day, by briigln| them
here, and letting ui play a program ot ct arming muafe tta wfll be u lt9
\       enjoyable tor you u it will be delightful foe the Itttb ewte. ~J.
The   Cranbrook  Herald
S«6scn'6e for it $2.00 a year
THE BEST FAMILY.NBW8-
PAPER PUBLI3HBDIN
SOUTH EAgTERN BRITISH
COLUMBIA ::      :;      ::
WE MAKE A 8PECIAl.Tr OF PINE
JOB PRINTING PAGE FOUR
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
THURSDAY,    OCTOBER
happenings throughout   uhe
district
Contributed by Our Regular
Correspondents
WARDNER NOTKS
IT REALLY
Mr. antl Mrs. Chan Brown, Mr. ami
Mrs. Earl Rossmuu nmi J. B. Feltf-
haUBen, motored to Baynes Lake ami
Waldo Sunday.
The Big Dance at the Club Hull on j
Friday evening proved to be one of
the Bwelleat uffalrs of the season.
The attendance was not so large,
owing the ruin that stopped fl lafg*
crowd rrom out or town rrom eouiinj-
never-the-less those pressnt nil de-
dared thai they enjoyed the dance i
Immensely and a good time wus re-!
ported from ull. The proceeds ot lhe {
dunce went ror tlie Navy League Ofl
Canada.
Miss Heldu Eaton spent Battirday
friends.
and  Sunday    tn  Cranbrook    visiting
Mr. Prunk Bam ford ol Penie spent
Sunday and Monday in town, visit,nu I
ut the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Tiiomaa |
Bundy. Mr, Bninfoni from Waldo Is
also a guest at the Bundy home.
DOES
end pain, prevent festering and
heal. This Is why those who have
once- used Zam-Buk will never use
any other ointment.
Miss Viola Huhley, or Upper Goshen, N.B., writes: "My sister had
sores on Iter foot thut commenced
likt- bfitis uud then discharged. She
Buffered um-ti intense pain thut she
could no! wear her shoes and had
to remuhi In tin- house. We commenced using Zam-Buk and the
naln soon disappeared. Then the
sores stopped discharging und he-
fore long the places were entirely
healed over. We shall never ha
without Zam-Buk again."
For eczema, blood-poisoning and
piles, cuts and burns ''.am link Is
equally good.   AU dealers, 60c box.
FOKT STEEIE NOTES
Mr. B. W. Werdeti gave n Thanksgiving dance last night in the dining
room of the Imperial Hotel at Fort
Steele. The guests danced until 12
o'clock, when u dainty luncheon wns
served after which dancing resumed
until the early hours. The music wns
furnished by Mr. Warden's magnjtlenl
graphuphone, aud ull the latest dance
records wore played. The guests all
voted that they had the best dunce In
months.
B. Howard of Invermere Is in town.
Mrs. E. Oretnecy or Sheep Creek Is
In town and Is staying nt the Windsor.
Constable J. Walsh received a telegram today stating that his sou Ed-.
ward bad been wounded.
He has been admitted to the General Hospital, Ktnples with a gun shot
In the side.
MIso V. Fibbcrt of Nelson is the'
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Werden at the
Imperial Hotel.
An afternoon al Mrs. Prank Adolph's J
house wus devoted to sewing Hed i
Cross supplies. Much enthusiasm was.
shown hy those present, and a con-]
Blderable amount of work accomplished. There was a collection of $8.50.,
which was given to the Hod Cross.
HAYNKS LAKE
The East Kooiei-ny Chapter of the I
0. D. E. met in Adolph's hall, Baynes
Lake, Thursday, September 26th, and
some important business wns dismissed.
The secretary's report showed u bal-1
am-o of $82,41 for the Chapter and a
balance of 122.90 for the Red Cross.
At the occasion of Dr. and Mrs. Snun
dors return from overseas a special
reception for returned soldiers wus
held In Rosb' hall, Waldo, Sept. 10th.
A verp pleasant evening was spent.
Cakes to the value of twelve dollars!
wore auctioned off at the close of the
evening, The chapter decided to give'
the money to ihe Canadian Red Cross,
Huiysvlllo
Word Us been received officially
that Private George Ellis, or the 72nd
Canadian Highlanders, has beon I
wounded, but the nature of the wounds!
are not yet known. George enlisted
with the 1st li. C. Battalion In February last, was stationed at Vancouver, went overseas laat July, where
ho transferred to the Highlanders, being ii goo.', shot was selected for the
front aa a sniper, went to Prance
about Sept. 1st a:td '''as wounded on
the 38tll cf the BfVtno month. We
trust his wounds are not serious.
Charlie and Billy Evans, two pro~i-
I tent men of Whltoftsh, who have
been Upon ling a few day:-: In town, re
turned on Tuesday. The Evans Bros.
have extensive mining property   on
Correct style worn by well dressed Mnn$ «n*» in ull localities,   Luce boot—medium
Harrow recede tor, low heel—made in Will h, tun ur patent tt//. Prh.', i 7,00 lo $10.00.
Style—Plus Service at a
Fair Price
THE style illustrated above is one that is largelypreferred by
Canadian business men- especially young men. It has thc
medium long vamp and narrow, somewhat pointed toe
which gives the foot a slim and "dressy" appearance, without
being extreme in style. Those who like this type o{ shoe will find
it thoroughly satisfactory in fitting qualities and a comfortable
easy shoe to walk in.
This style can be obtained in. several grades of black and tan.
The price range—#7 to #10—considering the present leather
market, is extremely moderate.
Next spring a shoe of the same wearing qualities will cost
from ten to twenty per cent more. 11 would cost more vow except
for the fact that the resources of this company enable us to cover
our needs well in advance.
A.H.M. War-Time Selections iffcr special Service Value
fur Men, Women and Children. Ask your dealer jur them.
AMES HOLDEN McCREADY
tlMITEO
"Shoemakers to thc Nation"
ST. JOHN        MONTREAL        TORONTO
Whtn you bay Shoe* look far—
WINNIPEG    EDMONTON   VANCOUVER
—this TrutJv-mark i
eecliam's;
wi-i rapidly improve your
compiexionbyarousingthe
Jivir and putting stomach
an<! Hood bi good order.
L*r..*t S.Ib ul .nr Medicine in Ih. World.
Snld everywhere.   In buret. 20c,
mW>s'isnS>"i»s*A' «s*rlV wsV w*/U ■ *«V'" *IU,,f*l\ |
EXTRA SPECIAL *
ATTRACTION
Rex Theatre
James Oliver Curwood's
Famous Story
GODS COUNTRY
and The Woman
HILL'S Coats for Ladies
Touch only on exclusive models, models that will at once
appeal to a woman who can discriminate between garments made by experienced operators and garments
made by inexperienced help.
The Excellent STYLE
—of out one piece Dresses.com-
prlsing all the prevailing Blind*"*-
cannot but commend themselves to tasty dressers. Tlie
dainty silk poplin dress In many
different models, In similes
Mack. Navy, Burgundy, Russian Oreen, Brown, Grey, Co-
pen, Hose, Taupe and Tnii.tnoil-
els handled exclusively by us,
will merit your attention.
Remarkable values ln one
piece Dresses in colors Navy,
Black, Orey and Brown Serge,
lines that are very difficult to
get, especially In the quality
we arc handling.
WE   INVITE     INSPECTION.     WE    INVITE
COMPARISON
W. D. HILL'S
The  Ladies'  Wear   Specialist
CANADIAN
Pacific
CHANGE IN
TRAIN   SERVICE
Effective August 18,1918, there will be a general change
ln train service. Times for trains at Cranbrook will be:
No 67
No. 68
11.30 p. m.        Lv.
Medlcin Hat
Ar.
6.25 a. in.
12.00 Noon      Ar.
Cranbrook
Lv.
4.05 p. m.
12.15 p. in.       Lv.
Cranbrook
Ar.
3.50 p. m.
3.4B p. m.      Ar.   Kootenay Landing   Lv.
11.20 p. m.
No. 825 Dally ex, Sun.
No. 824
Daily ex. Sun.
7.00 a. m.       Lv.
Cranbrook
Ar.
12.20 p. m.
8.30 a. m.      Ar.
Klmberley
Lv.
10.00 a. m.
No. 821. Mon and Thurs.
No. 822 Wed and Sat.
900 a. m.        Lv.
Cranbrook
Ar.
3.30 p. in.
0.00 p. m.      Ar.
Athalmer
Lv.
7.00 a. in.
Tues. and Fri.
rues, and Fri.
9.00 a. m.      Lv.
Athalmer
Ar.
7.00 p. m.
11.00 a.m.      Ar.
Golden
Lv.
3.00 p. m.
r
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 WRAPPBR.
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 OF 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 THE
SAME KIND AGAIN.
According to the Dominion
government regulations all
farmers who sell butter
either to the stores or privately, are required to have
it propertly covered In a
wrapper on which MUST
appear in prominent letter
the words
"DAIRY BUTTER"
The fact Is also emphasized
that all butter la such
packages must be of the full
net weight of sixteen ounces
and In default of same a fine
of from $10 to $30 ror each
offense la imposed. Whey
Inii1 ter must be so labelled
even when mixed with dairy
butter and dairy butter retains Its label even though It
be mixed with the creamery
product.
YOU CAN BE SUPPLIED WITH
NEATLY- PRINTED WRAPPERS
FOP. YOUR BUTTER AT THE
HERALD PRINTING OFFICE, FOR
FOLLOWING PRICES:
Paper and Printing
Included
200 Wrappers for .. ..#2.50
son Wrappers for ... .#8.50
1»oo Wappers for 95.00
These prices Include liolti tho
Paper uliUh Is llichcvt tilitnhmhle
for the purpose, ami (he prinlin ?,
WE CAN SHIP IMMEUIATt.l.Y ON HFCKIPT OF OltllKIt
CRANBHOOK  HERALD
"QUALITY I'HIXTKRS"
Baker Html, Crauhrook, HrllWi (i.lnnililu
PRICES   SUBJECT  TO  CHANGE,  OWING   TO  THE   IRRBOUI.AR
CONDITIONS OP TIIE PAPER MARKET
-J
WANT ADS.
The rate* lor advertisements In thla rolunn under a clas.llled heart li ai
follow*: Tare* lines, oh laMtiloa for SJc, three Insertions of tho Maul. Mr. fiarger adi la |iro|>ortion...
THE STAB 8EC0KD_HA»D 8T0J«
—Mat of~Bar|alai ftli  Wart.
ROYAL
YEAST CAKES
I    Mr. and Mrs. George Frlcaks left mer'* store, Klmberley.
[thin week for Wycllffe, wliere they      K mr,8tluerorj0 aanCe ie slated for
Thursday, Oct. 31st, at the Pall. View
Hotel.
' will reside for o few months.
Miss Beatrice Barclay lias accepted
; a position as stenographer at Sum-
HAS BEEN
CANADA'S
FAVORITE
YEAST FOR
MORETHAN
30 YEARS
STAGED HERE AS A  MAMMOTH ROAD ATTRACTION WITH  ORCHESTRAL
ACCOMPANIMENT and EFFECTS
Two  -  Nights  -   Oivly
Wed. & Thurs. Oct. 23 & 24
PRICES.
25c and 35c
WE PAY THE TAX
It's a Picture  Extraordinary in the Extreme
0-t%»'»«i\' m*t% . iitV' tt*t\' m*\"n+yr—V"**
-vll
M'KE PERFEC1
BREAD
h'DE INCANAD/
Whiteflah and Mount Evan--., second
only to the Sullivan, ond tlie boys are
very optimistic over tlitW-prcnerttee,
which we believe they have every reason to be.
After an absence of a year we aro
pleased to see Harry Logan back at
the Smelter, where he has charge of
a wrecking crew.
Suggestion |
on Eczema ;
It will take just a few momenta to
Htcp lu nnd ask us what our experience haa been in the wny of grateful
customers with the soothing wash of
oils, D.D.D. Vour money back unless
the first bottle relievos you.
Cranbrook Drug & Book Co.,
Cranbrcok, B. C.
SMELTER Investigation
NOTICE is hereby given that the Committee appointed
for the purpose of Inquiry Into the matter of treatment
rates charged by CONSOLIDATED MINING & SMELTING
CO. of CANADA, LTD., at Its TRAIL SMELTER will hold
a session at Board of Trade Rooms, NELSON, on Thursday
October 31st, 1918 at 11 a. m„ and If necessary, on other
days to be arranged, for the purpose of receiving from
shippers of ore to Trail or other directly concerned, any
relevant statements of facts, and hearing evidence in connection therewith. In the meantime, communications
may be addressed to James Anderson, Secretary, Kaslo,
13. C.
8. S. FOWLER, Chairman.
IVAN I.EI.A8HMTTT
JAMES ANDERSON.
Child's cot complete *e.
""Phonograph, Edison Home with com
binatlon needles to play either two
or four minute recordB, with 30 records bargain. $20. 	
lFvdU~HAVE ANYTHING TO SELL
R^ND TABLE—Two"leaves, mission
oak; bargain.
H1.1ANKKT8  ASSORTED  -  Twelve
pair, all cheap. 	
Phone t| If you want to buy anything
Phone »
FOR SALE—Massey - Harris bicycle,
used one season; also Eastman 3A
folding camera, with tripod and por.
trait attachment. Roth In cxcollent
condition. Apply Hox "T" Herald office. 40-3,
FOR SALE—Mission onk piano, aim
tnni'h lo mutch; nourly now; well taken care of; Mozart Holiitzman make;
easy terms. Apply le llox 50, Wardner, D. 0, Id ill
WANTED— Position as hOUMlMOpor,
by English woman with two children.
Near school. Address llox I), Hcnilil
office. 37-31-p
FOR SALE—One Edison phonograph,
with combination roproducer for two
and four mlnuto records: fifty-tour
rocorda; outfit coot over eighty dollars; will sell for *:ir..(10 cash. I'. O.
Box 166 city.
WANTED—Seem Clinitd baby's Iron
crib, high chair and cutter. Apply to
llox "M" llernld. It
SAWINU OUTFIT FOR SALE —Hit
horsepower gasoline engine aad drag
saw for culling wood.   ('. (loddorlr..
FOR HKNT—Modern Bungalow, t*>r
inirtlrulara apply to 0. Van llraam.
Phone 404, or P. O. llox 428.        34-tf
LOST—On fair grounds Wednesday
afternoon, large old fashioned cameo
brooch. Finder returning same to the
Horald office will be suitably reward,
ed.   Mrs. J. O. Cummlngs.
FOR SALE- A Ford Touring Car tn
good condition. Address Boa 9, Herald office. 34-tf
WANTED—Nurse lo look after two
children. Apply tn Mrs. Martin McCreery, phone 487. '      38-tf
FRUIT. Boy from the Growers. Wc |
pay express to Fernle and West. Fine |
Wealthy apples S2.50 per box. Best full
pears 13.60 per box. Coes Golden dorp
plums 11.50 per box of 20 Ibe. W. J.
McKIm, Nelaon, B. C.
WANTED—To rent, i Furnished
house, by young couple, no children.
Apply Box "K" Herald Office.       St.p.
FOR SALE—Chickens, old and
young, also a few ducks. Mrs. Oliver, 104 Clarke Ave.
WQB   FOR   8ALE-A11   .lie.
eteote.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN-That
I, Kllborn Coolldge, will not bo responsible for any debts or trouble my
oldest son, John Coolldge, may bring
upon himself after thla date. Kllborn
Coolldge. 38-31
LADIES, Oentlemen and Children's
Knit Sweaters mended—if you can get
yarn color matched.
MENDING  BUREAU
102 Clark ova, corner of Louis street.
Mary Isabel Butler, Seamitresn
Wanted a high grade Car In exchange for house In Creston, valued 11800.
Box 69, Creaton, B. C. St.
WANTED—Hoy to Bilk a
a-ri aaatet a tka •eid-a.
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