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Array TE£ CRANBROOK HERALD
VOLUME    20
CRANBROOK, B.C.. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31st, 1924
N U M 15 E R    3 6
Annual Armistice Ball
ROBINSON'S FIVE-PIECE Cl.CHESTRA
AUDITORIUM
THANKSGIVING NIGHT
UNDER AUSPICES OF G W. V. A.
Monday, Nov.10
DANCING 9.30 to 2.30
Good Year
For Sports
Annual Meeting of Amateur
Athletic Association Held
Wednesday Evening
OFFICERS REELECTED
Wednesday ovenlng the annual
meeting of the Cranbrook Amateur
Athletic Association was held in the
Y. M. 0. A., when a fairly representative attendance turned out to hear
the reports of the officers, and elect
them for the ensuing year.
\V. M. Harris, president of tne association, was in the chair. in reviewing the work of the past year, -Mi.
Harris referred to the visit to the city last year of Dr. .1. 0. Davidson,
of the B. O. A. A. A., Vancouver, ond
Mr. Murray, of Trail, who at a largely attended meeting advocated the
formation of an association that
would foster the participation in all
sports along approved amateur lines.
Following this conference, another
meeting was held on September 24th,
at which the Cranbrook Amateur Athletic Association was organized,
1 * * * * * * * * * * * *
British Elec-
. GIRLS AND BOYS GIVE
?!   BANQUET AND ENTER-
|i   TAINMENT FOR PARENTS
tion HetUmS | Baptist C.GJ.T.l^&Tuxi,
Boys  Give  Splendid
Election returns received
hy ihe Herald by long distance from Calgary late on
'I hursday evening give almost complete British elec«
tlon returns, as follows:
Program Last Friday
•rii.
. Bo
Conservatives
Lchnr ...
Liberals
Other Parties
Still to be heard from
Totai Seats 	
* ** * * * * * •:- * * *:-■■> ♦ * *■'.- * •;
.ist
I4K
48
13
593
.    22
. 615
'?***.
PREMIER KING AND
PARTY GUESTS AT
RECEPTION MONDAY
officers elected. The first matter
with which the association had to deal
was the securing of a riiik for skating and hockey games for the winter season of ll>2;t - 1924. A number of meetings were held with the
executive of the curling club, who
had secured the rental of the Arena
rink, and attempts made to formulate
some plan whereby both sports could
be accommodated, but no satisfactory arrangements could be arrived
at. The executive then made arrangements with the C. R. C, whereby they would pay all expenses and
share equally with the recreation club
in the profits. Despite the fact that
weather conditions seemed adverse at
the time of the staging of any game
or other event at the rink, and also
Monday evening lhe K. P. Hall was
the scene of a very pleasant social event wiu'n the Indies of the Cranbrook
ind i District Liberal Association held a re-
that the season was
short,
caption in honor of the prime minister of the Dominion, Ut. Hon. W. L.
Mackenzie King, and his colleagues
accompanying him, Hon. J. P. A. Car-
din and Senator Hayden.
Following thc meeting in the Auditorium, when the premier addressed a
large gathering of residents of the cily and district, adjournment was
mude to thc K. 1'. Hall. Here the
premier and his party took their places at the ond of the hall, and the
guests were introduced to them by
Airs. C. J. Little, president of the Women's Liberal Association, assisted hy
Mrs. P. Dallas. Following the reception refreshments were served, the
committee seeing to it that all of the
many guests were well served to all
the dainties that hail been provided.
C.O.I.T. groups and the Tuxis1
f lhe Baptist church entertain-
jjed their parents iu the basement of,
*jthe church on Friday lust, October
T 24th,   Dr. Litch, superintendent of B. j
* C. Missions and Young People's work, |
* j who hud been at the Baptist Associa-
a j tion meeting at Trail, cume to Gran-
" 'brook for the evening, und wus the
guest of honor.
The room was decorated with blue
and white streamers, und tho tables j
were   decorated     with   punsies    and t
fruit.    A hundred and thirty people |
sat down  lo the banquet which was
served at six o'clock.   After the han-
quet an excellent program wus rendered.     For  the   first  part  of the
program, Miss Doris Haynes, president of the senior C.G.l.T. group, acted    as    toastmistress.    Afterwards,
Air.  Hector  Linnell,  praeter o£ the
Tuxis Boys, was toastmaster.
Between the courses, two songs,
"Smile," und "The Peanut Song,"
wero sung by all.
Miss Jessie Mclnnis, Miss Mildred
Bridges and Mr. Ray Brown were accompanists during the evening.
The program wus as follows;
Opening Remarks   Toastmistress
profit of about SI 15 was divided be
tween the C. R. ('. antl the C. A. A. A.
For thc ueeoimiiMiUttioii. of baseball,
aud football, the executive secured a
sub-lease of the ball park from thc
Ci. W. V. A., nnd the baseball nnd
football games were played there.
Early in the spring steps were taken to secure by way of rental from
the eitv the arena rink for the season
not Robinson's Orchestra  favored    with
In
mben
thc
insuffi-
the
of 1924-1025.     That
cient  funds in lhe trei
ber of friends ami  me
Association subscribed
$2!i.0li each a:: I in ihis
raised  and  paid  lo the
coming scaso i.    This rental is to be
a first charge agal ist    the proceeds
from skating ;....: track meets
last effort ol th
door track  'led
date, was also mentioned.
Among other things that came up
for discussion was an enquiry from
of   th
several selections, which were much {
appreciated. The reception and ro- i
fresbments over, and with the enticing music being played, the big carpet on the floor of the hall was rolled up and the floor cleared for dancing, which was continued in a most
enjoyable spirit till about one o'clock.
The committee of ladies responsible
for the carrying on of the reception
were Mrs. F. B. Miles. Mrs. F. M.
MacPherson and Mrs. G. .1. Spreull.
The refreshment  committee  ami as-
Toust   "The King"
Proposed,  Miss Doris Haynes;
Responded .... "National Anthem"
Toust   "Our Mothers"
Proposed     Murray Garden
Responded   Mrs. H. S. Haynes
Recitation   "Mother"
Grace Pritchard
Song  "Mother Machree"
The Company
Recitation   "Mother"
Barbara Patton
Toast  "Our Girls"
Proposed   Ray Brown
Responded .. . Miss Pearl Pritchard
Instrumental Selection .. Helen Gilroy
Dominion Premier Enunciates
Principles of Statesmanship
Add
Big Meeting Monday Evening and Tells of Problems Faced By Present Government
Since Taking Office
STANDS FOR LOYAL SELF-GOVERNING EMPIRE UNIT
hn
Rt. II*
RltiHT HON. Wil
Premier of Canada, win
I.IAA1 LYON MACKKNZIi; KINO
spoke in Crnnbrook    Monday Nlghl
SECOND ATHLETIC
MEET STAGED ON
TUESDAY EVENING
Song
sum of I sisting them were Jiis- s. D. White,
Drummond, Miss Delia
Phyllb Si.-...II. Mi*.--. Mc-
■ P. M. Q. C. McDonald,
. Mrs. R. Dow nml .Miss
Tho
association, tlu- in-j
iu, ot Mich recent
IBO wasl Mlsa    Delia
'he  GreavevMfa-
s. Callum, M
.Mrs. .1. Tnyl
!■'. Paul
?e*Hfr at, nt\fl m 'e/tf, et ■ <-*VQ
Coming Events1!
In bla
i-iitly
tin-  |-i
th,- contesting teams, Kimberley i
Wycliffe, with,-ut ;m> officer -1 ei
or association having anything to
with llu- tournament.   'Ho- basel
hoys  woio  poi Iblj   of  Ho-  opinion
thai they wore naked   to   put on a
show in tho morning to attract tho
lho  oily,  nml  tlio  oirouni-
sinmo was regrettable.
Tin- matter »f securing the grounds
for baseball nml football m'\i year
came up. nml u Imi nilll-0 made for
iho grounds. II wa" suggested that
Uu- soi m. .lul.s I..- approached with
u view to locurini tholr support to a
recommendation that pint of Uio nio-
noy iccured hy tho Rotarians nt tholr
ri-oiiit carnival ho devoted in the
ion! of pari of flu- purchase
nf Uio grounds, the service
hnvo boen uskoil by tin- Rofnr-
io meet wiih them to decide
whnt wus tn bo done with tin- ?"».20U
surplus.
Officers wero ro-olectod us follows:
lion. President Dr. I''. W. Green
1'ri'siilont       W. M. llurris
Vice Pres  W. 11. Wilson
Soc.-Trens  Ci- T- Moir
The exocutlvo will consist of 11
representative from nil tlio organised
branches of sport, such us baseball,
football, otc. nnd a representative
from the Y.M.C.A., Hiirh School, etc.
A vote of thiinks wus heartily no-
corded to tho president and secl-etnry
for their work nnd interest in thc
past yeur wliich is i-oully for the entire community. It wns also hotod
with satisfaction that tho work of the
association was carried on without
any overhead expense. A detailed financial statement ns submitted to the
meeting will be published next woek,
Ik* figures making an extremely good
M.
pnyn
prii-o
clubs
inns
Sat., Nov. I: Annual batai
dies' Aid of Mothodlsl i hurch,
the schoolroom, '.: p.m.
Monday  &  Tuesday,  N"\   :: &  4:
"Why Men I oavo Hi ," al the
Stnr.
Monday, Nov. 8: Skovgaard, Danish
violinist, supported by Madame
Skovgaard in concert-recital nt the
Auditorium.
. "Girls nf Canada"
C. G. 1. T.
Tnast  "Our Fathers"
Proposed   Miss Sadie Gibbs
Responded Mr. W. I). Gilroy
The toastmistress then proposed a
vote of thuoks to Mr. and Mrs. Con-
stantine for the lime and work they
hnd spent on this nnd other affairs of
Tbis wns responded to by a hearty
hand-clap nnd the singing of "For
Thoy Are .lolly Good Fellows."
Anecdote Miss Mildred Bridges
Sony; . "Dream Daddy"
M.   Bridges,   M.
K. Gray-
Mrs. 11. R. Hinton
"Our Boys"
Miss Dorothy Bridges
Walter Elemm
" Roys Wanted"
Doris Haynes
 Roy Linnell
"Whore Are theMen to
Lead?"
Byron Haynes
... "Our Sunday School"
William Taylor
Mr. 11. R. Hinton
chorus "Onward Christian Soldiers"
.... "Thc Church"
Miss Mabel Stender
    Mr. Tapscott
es uf "The Church's One
Foundation"
"Our Guest of Honor, Dr.
Litch"
Miss .1. Mclnnis
 Dr. Litch
lolly Good Fellow"
  All
Evoryono agreod thnt it had been
well spent uml enjoyable evening.
Woodman,
Mclnnis,
Accompanist
Toast
Proposed
Responded
Recitation
Violin Solo
ecltation
Mon.  &  Tn
Mon l.ouve lim
Wednesday, Nov.
ut the Stur.
No
. :: *  4: "Why
' ut the Star.
'The Lone Wolf"
Thur.,
"Th
Fri. & Sat.. Nov. (1, 7 &
* \\ Idle Sister" at the Stnr.
Monday, November 10: G.W.V.A. Armistice Bull, nl the Auditorium.
lfi: Christ Chureh nn-
in the I'urish Hull at
Comedy-Tragedy
" ut the Audita-
Siiturduy, Nov.
nunl Btiznnr
3 p.m.
Snturdny, Nov. IB:
"The First Year
ritim.
Fri., Nov. 21 : Aneienl. Order of Fur-
esters' Whist Drive und Dance nt
the K. 1'. Hull.
Tues. St Wednes., Nnv. ii, nnd 211:
Gyro Club Concert.
Friday St Saturday, Dee. 6ft ti: "The
Varsity Coach," presented by high
|   school pupil", at tha Auditorium.
KNOX CHURCH W.M.S.
ANNUAL THANK
OFFERING MEETING
Thi.' tin tin nl Thank Offering meeting oi Knox Church W.M.S. waa well
attonded on Priduy evening of last
wook hy members of thc organization
und friends from other churches. A
very interesting talk by Rev. E. W.
MacKay on "The Forward Look" was
most encouraging and inspiring.
Spcciti) music formed part of the
program, a solo hy Mrs. Klnghorn
and a duot by Mrs. Paterson and Mrs.
Norgrove being much enjoyed.
A pleasing feature of the evening
was the presentation by Mr. A. A.
MacKinnon of an Honorary Membership in the W.M.S. to Mrs. MacKinnon* '
A social hour over the teacups
brought u very pleasantly spent evening tn a close.
Tlie collection amounted to $115.
Arrive,Here From Alberta
Mr. and Mrs. J, Edward Warren,
of Killain, Alberta, arrived in the city
last week and are staying with Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Clark. Mr. Warren
ll a brother of Mn. Clark and Mr.
W.A.W«wbo«
Considering the weather the attendance at the athletic exhibition at the
covered rink on Tuesday evening wns
very satisfactory ami shows that if
the right class of sport is provided it-
will be patronized.
The main reason for holding the
exhibition wus1 the chuHtefce that was
made by the police to again take on
the "featherweights" in a tug-of-war
contest, which was accepted by the
featherweight?. The athletic committee aJso added some other features to make the evening more interesting and the result was that another
good program of events was staged.
The first event was a boxing exhibition between young Bobby White
and Ed. Romanuik which went two
rounds to a draw.
The second event wns the challenge
contest between the "featherweight
and the police.
interesting as any
previous meet, the pi
only police in name,
chief,  showed   up.
was put up against th*
and    at    the    word
weights were all "dot
for dear life, sr.ott hi
police   BGxtette   com
Dave Sutherland,
for the featherweigh
the victory of his |
Roberts told his squi
office in the morning
time.   The teams were:
"Featherweights;" I. J. Baxter
\vs were comparatively new at the
nue, hut put up an energetic bout.
The high pole vaulting made un
excellent exhibition, the following
consenting to perform. Woodman.
Larson, (Wycliffe), Lewis. Hartnell.
Taylor and Lewis.
All went up over the 7 ft. 0 inch
mark, then one by one dropped out.
Mr. Larson, of Wycliffe, und Taylor
put up good exhibitions in nn endeavor to get first pluce, they and Woodman going over the 8 ft. :itu. mark.
Un raising to S ft. (>, however, thoy
failed to make it, whereas Woodman
cleared it in a clean jump. Woodman
tried an exhibition at 8 ft. 0 inches.
but just failed to dear it.
Hartnell, who also surprised the
crowd, went over the S ft. mark.
Woodman   S ft. (J in.
Larson          .....8 ft. .'I in.
Taylor   8 ft. .'{ in.
Hartnell 8 ft. 0 In.
Lewis   7 ft. <S in.
Mr. Fred Wooley of the Y.M.C.A.
(rave a wonderful exhibition of bag-
This was not as | !iu,lt'"'n£' showing himself to be u
f the pulls at the |lmst master at this art. Many expressed the hope that an opportunity
might he afforded uf seeing Mr.
Wooley with the gloves ou against a
good opponent.
The volley ball game between the
Rotarians and the Athletic Club was
a spirited affair in which the Athletic Association representatives lowered the colors of the Rotarians to the
tune of two games to zero. It is understood that challenges and counter
challenges are in the air. The committee in charge  of the events was
rium that
this occtu
tics had
mler's ap
it v, i a >
llu- prcn
Importuni
therel
thong
hands
In lh
there
supincl
cellcm
urged i
nil the
nuncio
to heai
head ii
being i
addrcsm
It  wo
ch to
been lacking
ed to the Pre-
.ti. W. 1.. Mac-
icdiutely after his
y, was more than
ihe wan.Ul: with
reived at lhe big
d in the Auditor-he hall has seen
al rallies, hut on
lot fell that poll-
,. witli the Pre-
.nice in this city, though
lection in Vnle. to wliich
frankly attached much
ft-hich was primarily res-
le for his appearance in the
.t i!;*1.; time. Party lim.-. were
aro si vi ied foi the time being,
i the arrangements for the pro-
visit were naturally put in the
of Mi party organisation here.
big audience that assembled
rere probably just as many who
i the | nsl opposed Liberal prln-
0S tiiese who have supported
but they went to hear not a
ly laudatory speech on the ex*
of the Liberal party policy
a panacea for all the Ills that
ountry, nor yet a fiery de-
iii oi opposition policies, but
ii frank statement from the
the government on what is
ie to safeguard Canada's fu-
Hce team being
in only one, the
\ scratch team
■ featherweights
go the feather-
,n" und, pulling
d the volunteer
ng their way.
pul! conductor
.-■ was proud of
ets, while Jack
rl to call at the
id get their
Jones, .1.  Wi
Coleman, R. Pascus
Police: A. K. Le
E. Elwell. F. II. De
Hurlburt.
The wrestling g
Woodman and Hon
next item on the ;
It.  McC(
nick,
ch, D.
all. IL
Hnlcrowe
Cattle.   L
Morris Clark,  W. M.  Harris nnd W
II. Wilson,
UNITED ARMISTICE-
THANKSGIVING SER-
VICE AT AUDITORIUM
ture as a nation and to assist its peoplo in shnkinir off the burdens of the
war years. The audience that greeted the Premier not only filled all the
available seats in the body of the hall
and tlie standing room at the rear,
but overflowed on to the back of the
stage where another thirty of fort;
people heard the speakers without
seeing thnn.
between  Verne
ARMISTICE
IDAYN0TICE
**********************
The Corporation of the  £
City of Cranbrook
By direction of the Ma-
;; yor,  and  ut tiie request of
'' the Great War \ eterans' As-
• i soclatlon, the Fire Siren will
',', be sounded at 10.58 o'clock *
;; on the morning of Armistice
' ■ Day,     Tuesday,   November jjj
11th, to mark thc commence- *
ment of the two-mlnufc per- %
iod of silence which is being *
- observed throughout the Bri   *
tlsh Empire in cnmmemora- *
tlon of the armistice at the *,
close of the (irent War, 1918. +
*
Understanding its mean- *
Ing, ll Is desired that on hear- *
ing the siren,   all   business *
;; shall be suspended, so that n ;•;
loyal observance of (lie two- <•
\ \ minutes   of  silence may he *
given.
P. ADAMS, *
36-37 FIRE CHIEF. $
4 the      'fi connection  with the arrange-
Both meats for the l>ij? united service tn be
    held on Sunduy, November '.'th. at the ;
Auditorium   in   commemoration   of |
* the armistice, it has been decided to
•:* hold this service immediately aft
2)the close of the regular services ut
f the churches, so that »II can purtici-
+ pate. The arrangements for the ser-
X1 vice nre nnw being completed and
*, will lie fully announced next week.
* The O.W.V.A. have completed their
X arrangements for the bijr dance on
£|Thiiuksirivtntr nijrht, in the Audito-
Tirium, ami the poppy selling campaign
* for the following day i:- also being
* fully organised.
%\    In connection with the observance
+  of the two minutes of silence the (J.
t W.V.A. are asking for on Armistice i murine a
"   Day, Tuesday, November 11th. at 11   ct,llh
a.m., it is announced thut the  fire
+ ! chief  will   sound  the  fire  siren  at
10.68 till 11 o'clock, to givo the Hijj-
nnl for the commencement of the two
minute period.
Chimney   Blaze  Call*  Out   Brigade
An alarm of fire on Thursday morning took the brigade to the home of
Amos l,nfleur, I.umsden Avenue,
where much smoke was bolng emitted
from the chimney, which had caught
fire. No fewer than seven stovepipe
boles wen- found in the single chini-
i'lney, it Is stated by the fire chief. The
blaze in lhe chimney was quelled by
the department without any damage
being done.
On tlie pl;vr ..i i.: were JJr. Randolph Bruce, of lnvermere, a happy
selection as chairman, and designed
to give a representative touch to the
gathering, us well as being a reciprocal compliment to both the premier and .Mr. Bruce; Hon. J, P. A.
Cardin, of Quebec, minister of marine
and fisheries; Senator Hayden, and
•Mr. John Taylor, local provincial
Liberal candidate, and Mrs. D. .Morrison, of Kimberley, representing the
district Liberal Association. Music
was furnished before the opening of
the meeting by the Robinson four-
piece orchestra, and they also accompanied in the playing of "O Canada"
with which the meeting opened.
Mr. Bruce iu the course of a few
opening remarks appreciated the
honor oi presiding ut the meeting,
and pointed ont that the entire district was participating in tbe welcome
to the premier. On behalf of the entire riding he extended greetings to
the premier.   Ue referred to the three
principal industries of the country.
agriculture, timber and mining, and
to the efforts the government was
making io assist in the development
of them.
Senator Hayden, tin- first speaker,
recalled his visit to this city four
years ago, a; rl explained he was at
this time partly taking tin- place of
Dr. King, wlio had expected to be
present, He wont into the circumstance surrounding the entry <>f Or.
King into tlie cabinet and said he was
exceedincly well thought of at Ottawa, mid a credit lo any government,
lie al>o referred t" Hon. Mr. Cardin,
who was to follow in a speech, and
who came from Quebect where the
early principles of Christianity had
been -uw.i by the missionary fathers
finm Old France. Senator Hayden
also eulogised the premier, ami pointed oui ihat ho had served in the
Lautier government as the first min
later "i' labor, and during the time
when he had been making a study of
lahor conditions, be had spent some
two years in this province.
Hon. J. I'. A. Cardin, minister of
fisheries, proved tbat be
himself quite charming
and forcible though speaking in English, not his mother tongue. This was,
be said. Lis first visit to thc west, and
it was being made so as to become
beitei Informed as to conditions here.
What he had seen had been a revelation to him, and he would go back
with a stronger determination to do
the best he could for the country. Ile
came with an open mind—there was
no east and no wesl for him -and
there was only one thing for a minis-
tii to do. which was to servo to ihe
best of iii ability. A belter under-
stondlng was needed, and an exchange of interests. He was sure the
east had
went, for h
| the west did so, und when the west
did prosper the whole country would.
In tbis connection Mr. Cardin mentioned that he had introduced last session the bill in the house providing
j for a loan nf (6,000,000 for Vancouver harbor.
All countries, he pointed out. passing tin, hail suffered from the effects of tbe war, and all were trying
lo bring back the formei prosperity.
No nation had us yet full) recovered,
but he fell that Canada wns recovering as fast as any nation. As an instance he pointed to the fact that the
government bad last year, for the
first time balanced its budget It
had showed a surplus of $35,000,000
anil the government hml as a result
been aide tn reduce taxation le tho
amount   of  $24,1 ,000.     Ami  their
national credit was still good. .Mr.
rdin considering this was obvious
from the fact that borrowings had
been made by the government Ut lhe
of t aad .*•; p.e. considerably
lower than before. "Wt should have
confidence in ourselves." the minister
aid. and predicted before long a return of "the golden days of Laurier,
from   ]*'Ji'> to  1911.        A  favorable
ide balance this year of $200,000,-
000 was a very satisfactory state of
ffairs. he contended.
That the country wouid recover
again he was sure, for though the east
id the west had their problems thc
ople were determined to solve
them. Industries at the present time
were not being bankrupted, he said,
futing some chargts he had heard
that thc present administration had
been responsible for the closing of
some two thousand factories. Any
that had closed down had done so,
not because of any tariff changes,
but on account of mtoi ud stock,
mismanagement, or because there was
not room in the market for them.
The government was out to build up
agriculture first, but was also prepared to help build up legitimate and
necessary industries that were for
the good of the country.
Mr. Cardin was not averse to showing his pride in his own province of
Quebec.   They were, he said, just as
iod Canadians there ai anywhere
else, although they had been slander-
d. The people of Quebec hod no
other country to love or work i'or
than Canada, but what every part of
the country needed was to know more
of other parts, and a unity of the
population and of the sentiment of
all the elements in the population. In
Quebec they thought so much of -Mr.
Mackenzie King that they had given
him the entire sixty-tive seats—like
Nova Scotia—and, the minister said,
they were going to do the same at the
next general election. In conclusion
he said he would he proud to return
md take back with him word of th*e
hearty welcome he had received in the
which he took a- a tribute to
the French Canadians. A few charming flatteries were dropped very
udroitly during his speech, for the
benefit of the ladies, with a quaint-
nesa that added to their piquancy.
A great outburst of eheering greet-
I the premier when he was introduced by Mr. Bruce, and rOM to address:
the meeting. He wai in good form
d his address mu a.- sound an >*x-
pn-iiion of Canadianlsm u could be
wished for by the most ultra-loyal.st.
He laid quite frankly before his audience the difficult position of the
government in not having a cleat
backing in the (muse of common.* and
t out what his government ha.* tried
do in the way of leading the Co ri-
y back to the pre-war days of prosperity, and not the least interesting
t of his address was the reference
he mnde to the part that Canada has
played in the councils ot the nations,
md his attitude on the question ot
Canada's status as a nation, but still
within ine empire.
T he premier mentioned the ple.is-
D it  gave him in return again to
atibrook after four years, and renew    Ihe    acquaintances    of    that
time.    He also had good words to fay
f Mr. Bruce, the chairman, nnd tlie
nlstance  hi' bad given  tbe government at different times when he bed
been in conference with the ministers,
lie also referred to the absenco of br.
King, whom he had asked to rem.in
tin- Yale riding, and direct the gOV<
ornmont'l campaign in the by-election
Ihore.   The premier quite frankly attached a great deal of imporUmcJ to
lhe hy-elerlion,  and did not conceal
how much the government woulJ Hp-
. grievance against the predate what he called "ifl exprc^
realised that the country sion of good will" from thn', riding.
mm a whole could not proaper without
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THK  CBAHBBOOK  HBB1U
Friday, October 31st, 1924
WYCLIFFE
INTERESTING ITEMS CONCERNING HAPPENINGS IN AND ABOUT THE BUSY TOWNS ON THE NORTH BRANCH, WHERE MINING, LUMBERING AND FARMING INTERESTS ARE SUPREME
30 DAY
SPECIAL
it
FOR 30 DAYS BEGINNING OCTOBER 27th
A One Way Passenger Fare On
Any Of Our Cars
50c
Our Cars Combined Will Seat 54 Passengers
Take Advantage of This Opportunity To Ride
For Less Than Railroad Fare While The Good
Weather Lasts
Leaving Cranbrook:
BUS:
8.30 a.m., L30 p.ra.
and 5,30 p.m.
TRUCK:
9.00 a.m. 2.00 p.m.
Leaving Kimberley
BUS:
10.00 a.m., 3.00 p.m.
and 7.00 p.m.
TRUCK:
11.15 a.m.  3.45 p.m.
Brown's Bus Line
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Friday night the high uchool class
entertained a number oi their Erlenda
i" ;i masquerade dance in the Oddfellows" Hall nnd a very onjoyablo
evening was spent hy all.
.Mrs. E. (J. Montgomery entertained
at tea Friday afternoon in honor of
her guest Mrs. MeLcod, of Nolson.
Mr. Prank Carlson returned homo
'Saturday from his hip tn the con-
■ vention nt Revelstoke.
VOR SALK—10 acre farm for .sale,
cheap, ;!',■•   miles     from     Kiiulierley,
good house, barn for about \2 cows,
auto load to property. Sec this place
iff, such n good buy. Pnrt cash, balance aa rent. Qeorge 11. Powell,
Cranbrook, B.C. 32-35
A large number of citizens motored
to Cranbrook Monday night to hear
Premler^Mackonssie King speak at the
Auditorium. Although the night was
wet the hall was filled to the doors,
and everyone enjoyed the premier's
speech.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Thompson arrived
in town on Monday night from the
Coast, where they hnve been spending
their honeymoon.
Mrs. K. S. Shannon entertained at
a dinner party Monday evening.
MARTIN BROS. PAY FOR ASHES
Better see them and get a fire insurance policy in a strong Board
Company, before your turn comes to
check up your ashes. Phone 14,
Cranbrook, B.C. 32tf
Everybody is looking forward to
the good time promised on the occasion of the basket social at the Concentrator on Wednesday evening.
Mr. O. C. Thompson is in Rossland
for a few days on husiness.
Rev. P. V. Harrison, of Cranlm.ok
conducted Knglish Church scrvvice
hero Thursday evening.
Dr. Hanlngton arrived home on
Monday from his hunting trip with a
sheep nnd a deer.
Before deciding on that new building or that repair worl* Bee Geo. R.
UnisU, the Pioneer Builder ot Kim
berley and Cranbrook. 18t
Mrs.    McLeod. 7.i   Nelson,    is   the
truest of Mrs. E. G. Montgomery this
week.
Mrs. Frank Fort ier of the Sullivan
Mil. entertained a number ff her
friends at tea Monday afternoon.
Mc. .1. S. Fisherls still confined to
the house with illness.
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•   •••«••   t   •   •   m\\ \
Fed on milk, hot cakes, jam and !!
many other luxuries such as come]
seldom in the life ot the average bear,!
the local mascot is hugely enjoying
his captivity. Winter quarters have
been prepared for him so he will he
able t.i take his beauty sleep during
the winter if he s,> desires,   A fence
is tu lie erected around  the den, its I
purpose being nol to keep the hear in'
but to remind yoll and I that the best
place lo watch the bear is found on
the outside.
The team of heavies recruited from
here nnd the camp, which was entered in the C.A.A.A. tug-of-war at the
meet last Wednesday night, pulled
several hefty loads, only to he pulled
off their feet in turn hy the Kimberley team after a lone; hard .strain on
the rope, when the issue was in doubt
for n period of over seven minutes.
It is to be hoped that these two teams
will hook up again on the hem]) some
time in the near future. The battle
should be a good one.
List   your   property
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I occupying his new offices f Invert
over lhe Kimberley Hard- ,.
ware Company store.
Dr.LG.RICE,  Dentist :;
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One .if the oldest lnnclti
||j Kimberley was torn down on Tuesday,  and  moved   ti.   Mike   Bonner's
property,   The Staples Lumber Co.
- I will commence at once to build on the
Dr. L. G. Rice wishes to | property formerly owned hy Mrs. Kil-
eline, of Spokane.
announce that he is now f,   Wr
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IN A GOOD
GARAGE
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SEE T. W. COLLINGS FOR PRICES
LEV US BUILD YOC A HOME
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Williams gave nn interesting
the schoolhbuse on Tues-
ng, the subject heing "The
Wild Men .if Australia.**
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THOS. BECK, Sccrclnry
FERNIE, B.C.
J. Erackett, of Cranbrook, wns
in town Thursday afternoon of lasi
week.
Tbe hoxmg and wrestling card
which furnished the attraction on
Friday night to local people, as well
as a considerable number from Kimberley, Cranbrook, Fort Steele and
Lumberton, proved to he a popular
event. All present evinced satisfaction with the various events. The proceeds will be held for use towards
club equipment or any athletic body
that might be in need of financial
assistance. The various bouts on the
program resulted as follows:
George Tanner vs. .Jim Tanner;
(skoetenvoights); a draw.
13ond (Kimberley) vs. Bert Johnson (Wycliffe), draw decision.
Wills (Kimberley) vs. C. Mower
(Wycliffe), a draw.
George Sutherland of Cranbrook
and "Ingy" Johren of Wycliffe,
wrestled two seven minute periods,
neither being able to cop a fail. These
two men put up a brilliant exhibition
in an evenly matched combat.
Main event—Roupe, Kimberley vs. I
Houle, Wycliffe, light heavyweights,!
were awarded a draw.
The various bouts were refereed by j
I,. Piper who satisfied everyone with]
his work as third man in the ring, as
well as his draw decisions, whicli were |
correct in the opinion of tlie fans, as
every bout was well and evenly contested.
Mr. K. BaldwlrTof the VV.P.M.A.
bureau of grades, was in Wycliffe on
inspection work on Saturday uf last j
week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Crosby ami son
of Golden, B.C., are visitors at the
and Mrs. R. Crosby. Mr. Crosby forborne of Mr. Crosby's parents, Mr.
nierly lived in Wycliffe during the
early years of thu lumber industry in
this district.
Mr. and Mrs. Avery of Lumberton
were Sunday visitors at the home of
Mr. and Ms. E. J. Fisher.
Mrs.  R. Reid is at present  a  \
ticnt in the St. Kugene hospital, but
her many friends will be pleased to
learn that she is Improving in health
The visit of the Premier of Canada
to Cranbrook on Monday night took a
large contingent of local citizens to
that point.
DR. BONNELL LEAVES
FERNIE TO PRACTICE
AT VANCOUVER
(From the Fernie Free Press)
Fernie lost one of its oldest and
best citizens this week in the person
of Dr. Bonnell, who left on Thursday
morning for Vancouver, where he
will prat .ice in future. The doctor
arrived in Fernie in 1897, along with
tho Crow's N'est branch, and with the
exception of the time he served overseas has resided here ever since.
In a public capacity be has served
as mayor of the city and as memher
for Fast Kootenay in the House at
Ottawa in the Union government.
The doctor always took a keen Interest in anything pertaining to the
good and welfare of Fernie and his
departure is a keen loss to thc citizens of the town.
Iu his profession he was hard to
beat, being known as one of the most
competent surgeons. Of late years
he specialized in the eye, ear, nose
and throat, and it is sincerely hoped
that in the wider field of Vancouver
his talent will meet with the larger
success it deserves.
THE WEATHER BULLETIN
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Cooking   is   Itavrpassed
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Our Electric Oven is now in operation, and working
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Cakes and Pastry - - Moir's Chocolates
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is to announce that the rumor
that the Luke Creek Dairy contemplates increasing the price
of milk to 16c per (mart is absolutely without foundation in
fact. We would again repent
our promise that the price of
milk would he the snme, lOcts
winter and summer. Cut this
ad out and keep it as your guarantee.
A. PIGHIN & SONS
OUR WEEK-END SPECIALS
WILL BE
REAL BARGAINS
Boiling Beef
Pot Roast Beef
Slewing Veal
Veal Roast
5c to 8c per Ib.
•      -     8c, 10c and 12* lb.
3 lbs. for 25c
-12' c, 15c, 18c and 20c lb.
Beef By The Quarter
TRIANGLE 8c per lb.
FORES 8c per lb.
HINDS 13c per ib.
ALSO
CHOICE LAMB, SPRING CHICKENS and FOWL
Try Our "Shamrock" Brand
HAMS, BACON, LARD & GLENDALE
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to the comfort of your home. Install storm
doors and windows. Enclose the back porch.
Fix all roofs.
— Be Prepared When Winter Comes —
We can supply you now with the needed
materials so you can do the work during
these crisp fall days.
ECONOMY IN GOOD BUILDING
Cranbrook Sash & Door Co. Friday, October 31 si, 1924
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BOXING AND WRESTLING
FEATURED AT MEETING
OF WYCLIFFE CLUB
UOXlIlg Hi
consider-
when the
idlng club
ivoning'B
f lhe elub
wrestling
in Kim
ok look
rogrum d<
Killlherle
Interest in wrestling ai
this district was slimulat
ably on  Friday evening
Wycliffe amusement and reti
was   the  scene   of  a  good
entertainment.   The boy
put ou seveial  boxing a
bouts in which contestants fr
berley, Wycliffe and Crnnbr
part.
There was a  fairly good  turnout,
but uot as many ns I lie
served.     Cninbionl;   ai
both had contingents th'
The first preliminary
bout between two brothers, .lim and
Geol'tfO Tanner, twelve ami thirteen
respectively. This was a very good
opener. Young Jim required no encouragement to "go after" hla big
brother, und started to mix things up
from the first call of time. George
was more cautious, but he had alt lie
could do to ward off the peppering
blows of his battling brother. The
first two rounds were very even bul
in the third Young Jim encountered a
stiff jolt in the jaw which Immediate-
boj
ly made him realize that life, especially in tlie fistic ring, was not one
bed of roses. The judge gave the
result as a draw. The Tanner boys
were given hearty cheers al the conclusion ol' UlO hollt.
Tlie second bout, also boxing, was
a spirited affair between Bond, of
Kimherley, IflO pounds, aad Bert
Johnson, 1"^ pounds, of Wycliffe.
Excitement ran   high   as   lhe   odds
seemed at first to I'a
tii.' othor, the hackc
in the ring,
ring, Johnson
-.veil.     Ur  ii.i,
of the  I'm,, j
this go the Hi
and tuck, hul i
sou had decide
one and then
I  each shotll-
neni io their fuvorlto
or a  newcomer in  the
liowed up exceedingly
times on his opponent, whereas Houle
missed many well intentioned blows
with his left. Thc fifth round was also even, and the final round saw
Houle trying to rush things, and while
he did a lot of work he had to take a
lot of punishment without landing
many blows himself. With a development of the use of his other arm
and a dosed defence, Houle would
make a dangerous opponent for the
best of them.
As a result of the evening's fun
the sum of about a hundred dollars
was netted for the elub.
Mr. V. Darro, with hi- one - man
hand, enlivened the proceedings witli
many selections on his accordion.
Larry   Piper   made   an   efflch nt ]
P A ti li      T II R E E
stored I
oils of the game. In
I Iwo rounds were nip
i the last round .lolm-
lly tbo edge and  had
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he followed up the advantage he had
on one occasion he might have made
the bout a decision instead of a draw,
as was the verdict of the referee.
in the third encounter, Moore, of
Wycliffe, who tilled iu in the pinch
in place tit' Staples, put up a good
scrap with Wills of Kimberley, who
with the advantage of height and
reach fought well, making a very good
Impression. Moore was a game
lighter and gave a gootl account of
himself Tlie hout was declared a
draw.
The next bout, a wrestling exlu-
hition, between Ueorge Sutherland of
Crauhrook and "Ingy" Johren of Wycliffe, was a classy affair, consisting
of two rounds of seven minutes each,
with four minute rest. The Cranbrook representative, who has been
joitt of the game for some time, put
' up a good exhibition as also did his
opponent from Wycliffe. For two
whole rounds they went at it hammer
and tongs, first one and then the other having the ndvnngtage, but both
were as slippery as eels, and despite
the calls -of their respective admirers for a fall, neither could pin his
opponent to the mat for the required
length of time. After going the two
full rounds without a fall, Referee
Piper declared it a draw.
The main hoxmg hout was a fistic
encounter between a representative
from Kimherley, Kid Roupe, 158,
former boxer of the U.S. army, and
Harry Houle, I (l'J. of Wycliffe,
also of the U.S. army. This was a
mx round affair and proved the hest
event of the evening. Roupe's ring
experience showed up to advantage
and on the whole he had the advantage of the six periods. The first
ithree rounds were evenly contested,
in  th"   fourth,   Roupe  landed  many
SHIPMENTS OF ORE
RECEIVED AT THE
TRAIL SMELTER,
Following is a statement of ore i
recoived at tht- Trail Smelter fur the
period October li. in -I inclusive:
Nairn- (if Mine anil Locality        Tun.-- j
Central, Tughura, B.C  ••:
Jo Jo, Roseberry, H.C, HI
Knobhlll, Ropnbiic, Wash., in:
Molly HiiRhi-s, .New Denver; H.C. in
Providence, Greenwood, B.C., . .. 37
Paradise, Lake Windermere, ll.C., in
Quilp, Republic, Wash., . - 102
Rosoborry Surprise, Three Forks,
B.C.,       -12
Ruth, Sandon, B.C..   .12
Silversmith, Sandon, II.C, (load) 70
Company  Mini
Total
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STANDINGS MADE AT
COAST FAIRS BY LIVE
STOCK JUDGING TEAM
Following are the individual scores
made by the junior live stock judging
team which competed this fall ai the
Coast fairs in the competitions there,
under the direction of .Mr. A. Hay,
the district agriculturist.
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Beef 	
Sheep 	
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Sheep 	
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Tenm Ti.tnl
In this con
Kamloops made
nml another i
1061, both these
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nt Kamloops.
The scoring
fair wns ns foil
Placing
Reasons
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Dairy Cattle
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Prnirlo, 710
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tt New Westmlnstc
(Special to the Herald)
lnvermere, B.C.. Oct 26. — The
Ladles' Auxiliary to the Windermere
District Hospital held their annual
bazaar last week In the David Thompson Memorial post anil as a result of
their efforts enriched their treasury
by the net proceeds of over five hundred dollars. Miss Armstrong, of
Didsbury, Alberta won a beautiful
doll wliich was raffled; .Mrs. Geo. A.
Bennett won a handsome silk sweater
and .Miss Ski 111 ng of Athalmer was
th.1 fortunate winner of a young pip.
This was later auctioned fur thc benefit of the auxiliary. Amongst tho
chief officers taking an active lead in
this undertaking may be mentioned
Miss K. M. Kittle, president; and Mrs.
E. M. Sandilands, of Wilmer, secretary-treasurer.
i!fi:n'
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SMELTERS AND REFINERS
Purchasers of (iold. Silver, Copper, Lead and /ine Ores
Producers off Gold, Silver, Copper, Pig Lead and Zinc
"TADANAC"BRAND
Does'nt hurt one bit! Prop a little "Freezone" on an aching corn, instantly that corn stops hurting, then
.shortly you lift it right off with fingers.
Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of
"Freezone" for a few cents, -sufficient
to remove every hard corn, soft corn,
or corn between the toes, and the foot
louses, without soreness or irritation.
EECHAM'S
PILLS-
>v Sick Headache-;
Mr. Amos Burg, of Duckham Ave.,
Portland, who is mnking a canoe trip
from Canal Flat around the big betid
of tho Columbia river to Astoria, a
distance of some fourteen hundred
mid miles, launched Ins craft on Thursday aftornoon at the wooden locks
marking the head waters of the Columbia river. Owing to the lateness
of the hour it was necessary to remain in port till the following morning in order to take photographs,
but the start was made promptly the
following morning at s.20. Along
With your correspondent as passenger
Mr. Burg made the first leg of the
journey to lnvermere some 50 miles
down the river and acrou Columbia,
Windermere and Mud Lakes the main
sources of the Columbia, in ten hours
actual travelling. A very pleasant
break was made as ttit* guest of Mr
Bartmnn, manager of the Fairmont
Hot Springs, for over an hour for
lunch and to view the promises.
The water in the channels of the
river was low, ducks innumerable,
many muskrats, a few Canada geese,
two blue herons nnd one large tawny
owl were sighted in the passage, The
wind blew strongly all day from S.K.
by S., wetting tho travellers pretty
freely in their passage of the lakes.
Windermere was passed in tho darkness of the night at some distance off
the starboard bow. The landing was
made for the night at the wharf on
the Columbia river nt Athalmer. On
Saturday afternoon Mr. Burg started on the second leg of his journey,
rowing his light skiff, In the expectation of mnking Golden on Monday in
the afternoon.
Miss Annie Frater of the stuff of
the Imperial Bank of Canada, ha.;
been enjoying a well caned holiday,
being relieved by Mr. 1'untoo.
d to •!:;
tly with
ths now being
il. Marapodl
I to a charge
without law-
entenced to a
li'
Joseph Mara]
on  Friday mor
days in jail to i
his sentence of six moi
served in the Nelson j
on Wednesday answer*
of having been at larg
ful cause, after being
jail tern>.
Marapodl, whose senter
months under a liquor cl
nearly up, was confined t
pita! from th* local jail, -
trouble. One evening rt
left the institution and wai
a Nelson hotel in compai
lady. He was rearrested s
ed with being at huge after being
sentenced to jail. Evidence disci
ed in police court before Magfstrati
Brown showed that accused had business with the lady in question. He
claimed that ho was out seeking Information and accordingly left the
hospital and went to the betel. He
intended to return to the hospital that
same evening. mpleted on Ko-
W. IJ. Jarvls, warden of the pro-|vei
viniial  jail,  stated   in   court  that   a "■  "> summing up
prisoner   was   allowed    five   days   a   " th**   he   would
month off his sentence for good cor,- benefit of the
duct.   He had nothing against Mara-1 doubt tisfied one way
podi outside of the fact that he had | or thi he would see
left the hospital without a guard.       that i till  full  sen-
The warden was of the opinion that  "■ •   '"i sentence
rrently with
.
the prisoner hud no intention of esca- ,,:
Iping, but had no business in leaving •"
the    institution    without permission. — —— —
Had he not left the hospital his term
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THICK AND BEAUTIFUL
"Dandcrine"  Does  Wondc
r Lifeless, Neglected Hair
chai
A gleamy mats
of luxuriant hair
full of gloss, lustre and life, qui-
\ ckly    follows    a
' genuine     toning
up   of   neglected
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Falling hair, itching scalp and the
j dandruff   is   corrected   immediately.
Thl I,   dry,  wispy  or  fading  hair  i-
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Appl; M d rd*« at once. It
halts the i :■' and stop?; inflammation. Removes all poison
from cuts and sores.
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THI   CRAHBROOI   HERALD
Friday, October 31st, 1924
On £ranbrovR herald
S lhal ii is being realized more nnd more tliat gov
enrment  control  is not altogether what  it- nam
,,,,,,,, , every Ft.*: n implies.     Tlie Ontario vote may in spine respect
F /   WILt/IAMS       - -        ll- POTTER, IV Sc. |„. tuken lis a truer criterion of the opinion of th
„ ...... ......  .   ;-*_- -:  -..     =========== 0lna(ji!ul  |„,,|,K|  looktUK  at   tin-  mall
','.'.$2.50 1'on Year angles, than  any  vote taken  ill tile  western pro-[
  Iruin  a
t)iil>ser!|>tl,iil Price .
To I'ulloil States	
Advertising Rates on Application. Changes ot Copy vinces, ITie west, built up fast, accustomed to|
tor Advertising should he handed in not later than Wetl-1 moV(. quickly and make decisions in haste, has been!
ner.day noon to secure attention.      j known to do ami then undo; to give effect to leg-
..,.   ,,,.,,   ,, ,   .,,,, islaliou and policy that a few  years later everyone
 HOP".".  iOBEK .M.  I'm s( es llH. . i||;;ov o[    WMtern nk. is ,-,,„ Qf |t     The
"  I cast   niav   be   more   phlegmatic   and   stolid,   and
' '■     " : '   ' for lhat'reason less liable to bc swayed by   catch-
phrase arguments of the day. Incidentally it is
refreshing to read of thc premier of Ontario a.I
moiiishing delegations that went tu hint to urge
I that tlie wishes of tlie minorit) be given expression
to in a modification of the temperance regulations.
bv saying that tliey would be better advised to get
Cranbrook did not lag in its appreciation of
thc visit to the city this week of the prime minister of the dominion, Rt. Hon. W. L. Mackenzie
King.     The premier passed up an important point
behind the enforcement of the act now upheld.
ing to tlie Herald that il was not possible fo
to -peak iu both plnces. That Cranbrook was given tlie opportunity of bearing hiin when the larger Afte|. l|im. mo|lt|ls ,,-• huzarcluus si
place in Ihe Kootenays might bc presumed toUhe seas of uncertainly, the Hrst labor go
have prior claim, should lie regarded in the light o[  Britai|1 |,.„ |„.ni "shipwrecked on thc
lling un
■eminent i
of a compliment to the district. Mot Cranbrook
alum*, but almost every point in thc district was
represented in tlie big audience that heard thc premier. This is only what was due the distinguished visitor, since his stop here could not be interpret-
communism. Ramsay Macdonald lias been a fear-
1. ss pioneer, but witli such a minority following
in the house, could not grapple effectively with tht
circumstances that conspired t" defeat him. Am
I in the elections thc class line seems to have been
ed in tin- light of a political mission. The preinier drawi1 u.,-v tightly, and the great middle class were
did not make what is usually termed a political „oacjcc| jnt0 •„, expression of disapproval of the
speech.    There was no singing of paens to his own r.lUica| c|Bmenli       The Conservative government,
i.iler the leaik-r-hip of thc late premier, the late
th
ine or
pposi-
here was i
party, or excoriation of op|
two rather caustic references wen* made 1
tion policies,   lint the address in the main -lied a
gieat deal of light ill what has heen done to reestablish the country in the peace-time atmosphere,
that ii i.s hoped will envelop Canada, dissipating the
smoke of the battle clouds.       li enlightened thc
genera! public particularly on the rise "i Canada's
status as a nation since the war. and of the place
it i- recognized she is to pla) in assisting in tlie settlement of world problems,      This is one of lining added responsibilities that has come upon the
nation as au evidence of the new democracy extant since the war.
Siiiue criticism lias heen heard on account of
the civic welcome planned for the premier falling
through aud nothing being substituted. The lads
are apparently thai word came unexpectedl) from the
premier's party thai the original arrangements plan-l at the present se **:
ncd could not be participated in by them, aud nothing else was arranged in the way of a formal pr
gram to take ils place.
Mr. Baldwin will again bc enabled to take up it
work, and the chances are that with the clear majority ii will command, its political career will he-
one of comparative tranquillity. Nothing cpiells
the rising spirit of discontent and complaining like
a stable government that ean enact any polity deemed expedient with firmness and energy.
HUGH SCHOOL TO
PRESENT PLAY;
"THE VARSITY COACH"
j    Work was begun this week by prln-
pal Porter of the high school, on a
| play which the students of the school
will present before the public on Friday and Saturday evenings, December 5th and 6th,
The play, of four acts, is entitled
i "The Varsity Coach," and has been 5
presented with great success by high j
school students in various purls of the 1^
l continent.   The time ocupied is about lj
lone hour and forty-live minutes. In
addition  to the presentation of the
(play a spectacular pngoanti "Britannia," including over thirty .'.indents.
ill be presented to complete the pro-
edy ihis season has been carefully
selected and includes, Lucille Scars,
Bert Chapman, Mary Marble, John P.
Braun, Stella Bonniface Weaver, Ray
L. Royco, Rose Tiffany, Paul Mc-
Grath and others.
Vancouver.—A big game company,
headed by Frederick M. Ryder, former United States Consul General
here, has been formed to exploit the
British Columbia hunting fields. Its
authorized capital is $250,000.
The provincial legislature will open on Monday next with one vacant seat on thc Conservative
-i<lc, |ohn McKtc, member for Grand Forks-Greenwood having lost his life in the explosion on the
Kettle Valley train this week, This would have
been his first session, though he was only defeated
in the previous election on  a recount. It seems
quite improbable at this  time that the by-election
can  be  held  in  order  to have the seat represented
THK SACRED MADE SECULAR
Hallowe'en has conn- round again, the time
when youth, irripressibie, and sometimes also irresponsible, has its fling.     Seine people, out of sympathy entirely with the spirit of the occasion, and
seeing only the extreme length   to    wliich
young  gallants carry  their   Hallowe'en  escapades,
rise up m arms and clamor for more police protection.     Others, remembering iheir own behavior a
generation or so ago on Hallowe'ens «>f that day,  '
arc inclined to be more lenient where seriou
age docs not result.     Some places are takii:
This type of program is now to the
local  high school.     It  should receive
tho hearty support of the community,
a.s this is one of the finest ways of
teaching the youth of our city how
to express themselves boforo an audience, how to develop ease aud poise,
to overcome nervousness, how to
heroine better citizens.
The  proceeds will he dovotcd to
1 purchase of school equipment for
ileti'.s, for the high school "View-
tnl," and for the Literary Society.
Plan to include this event in your
■ial activities for the winter.
ELLEN TAYLOR WINS
BANK OF COMMERCE
CUP FOR PRIZE PIG
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INSTITUTE
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The regular monthly meeting of
the Women's Institute wilt be held on
Tuesday the 4th of November in the
K.P. Hull at 3 p.m.   All members are
s   B.WESTON'S
SATURDAY SPECIALS
FLANNELETTE   SHEETS   AT   $3.00   A PAIR
All perfect stock, no seconds, with blue or pink border
SPECIAL, Pair $3.00
FLANNELETTE
Now is thc time for making up nighlies, pyjamas, etc..
for winter. We can meet the most exacting needs.
We make a special of White Flannelette. Has nice soft
nap, absolutely pure.
j SPECIAL 2 yards for 45c
£    We Want Tour Clothing Business
"- And we believe we have values that will bc interesting
to you, anil that will make shopping here worth while.
Wc carry a full range of Men's Suits am! Overcoats,
Men's and Boys' Mackinaws, at prices thnt draw customers from all parts of the district.
TWELVE ONLY LADIES' COATS
lhc magic word SAMPLES means that the styles are of thc
smartest cut and all individual, the materials excellent, and the
workmanship unquestionable. ..Trimmed with fur collars, lined,
(ienuine Values —$35,00
■
The cup offered by the Canadian
Bank of Commerce for tho best pig j requested to be present,
in the Cranbrouk Pig Club has just  , m , _.
™ Xed^ar^L^c^otklBEnER THAN SERMON
fair with a pig she raised at Mr. Ben-      FUNNIER THAN CIRCUS
bow's ranch.
This pig was purchased last .spring
from the Experimental Farm at Agassiz and certainly has made a wonderful  growth   during   the  summer
SPECIAL  $19.50
'THE FIRST YEAR"
cautions 50 tliat the damage on Hallowe'en be reduced tq a iniminnun. The city of Victoria has
sworn in a hundred high school hoys, imbued with
the idea of a "saner and safer" Hallowe'en, into a
special corps to assist in the preservation uf order.
Other places arc taking steps to provide such other
outlets for the energy that Hallowe'en sn often
sees misplaced as will obviate tlie danger. Boy
scouts, tuxis boys and trail rangers are being utilized to safeguard the occasion as far as possible.
irom Our Exchanges
ONTARIO VOTE UNCERTAIN
After yesterday's uncertain and unsatisfactory vote
the difficulty of enforcing thc O.T.A. has been measur-
me ] ably increased. The result is so inconclusive thai unless
we ale to have a condition approaching demoralization so
far as the liquor problem is concerned, it will be necessary for the best minds on either side of the issue to get
ogether ami endeavor to bring order out of what will
surely be disorder if some common ground is not arrived
t. Above all, politics must be kept out of the reckoning
md the vaporlngs and the mouthings of the politicians be
wholly Ignored.   Temperance is too grave an issue to b<
made the football of either politicians, demagogues
fanatics.—Kingston Standard.
THE YALE BY-ELECTION
Throughout the Yule federal constituency the by-
election has now assumed the proportions of a real battle
and there are evidences that it is going to be one of thc
hardest-fought elections  held in  the province for some
years.    The  Conservatives have  been  holding meetings
in various parts of the riding.    Premier Mackenzie King
is now speaking in the Okanagan with other cabinet min-
Jt  semis strange  to recall  that   from origin-listers, eliminating part of his visit in tho Kootenays so as
ally sounding a religious note, Hallowe'en has been! to spend more time in the Yale constituency on behalf of
gradually profaned into something very different. ftIr* Sutherland.   Ut. Hon. Arthur Meighen will also visit
lt was "tin   hallowed evening preceding the festi- 'J0 ^ituency in the interests of Grote Stirling before
,    f   ,.     ■ . ■   ' ,    , 1 .1   ' election day.
v.'i   ui a    saints, tu keel) tres 1 1 u- iiK-ninrv oi thej        D • ,  .       ,-.- *.,
1 ti Being an a»tute politician, Mr. King may bo expec-
saints ami martyrs who had passed on before. 1 ro-1 tcd lc, pluy thc mnh he nM. with (.„„si(|e,-„|,|c ,wlIi   It
bably the catalogue of saints and martyr- is not be- is scarcely likely there will tic definite promises of po-
ing added to in this day and generation by a -nf- lltical largess for the constituency. The zeal for economy
ficicntly impressive li-t  to influence tin- youth of iias n"1 subsided throughout the country, and the pork
the twentieth century.
NOTE AND COMMENT
barrel is somewhat in disgrace. At the same time it is
well known that expenditure follows politics to an appreciable extent anil the premier, or some of those with him,
may be expected to delicately suggest to the electors that
expenditures ean be carried through the Commons much
It i- not surprising thai the result of the mure easily for districts or provinces where the govern-
Ontario prohibition vote should be regarded as tin- "»"* is K'v™ •<"""-- encouragement at the pulls. It is
satisfactory bi  those who advocated a return tf I ■™,slb!c' '""■ u,nt 5"mo "tirence may bo made to thc
;,■,.. ,*  ,    fact that a general election Ib probable within tho next
freer  methods of dispensing liquor  to the  PUI" I twelve or eighteen months.   It will be urged that as the
lie at large,
lt indicates most conclusively that
west is demanding great expenditures it should give the
prohibition  sentiment  is  by  no means  dead, and | government some support—Grand Forks Gazette.
iiiiiiiiiiiaiuiNtiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiii^^
Thirteen Bars of P. & G. Soap,
(White Naphtha)
or Gold Soap
and
One Package of Chipso
and
One Galvanized Iron Pail
ALL FOR    ■    ■    $1.40
Phone or Leave Your Orders With
John Manning
PHONE 173
OFFICE 93
TWENTY   YKAKS  AGO
Kxlracla from lhe Cranbrook
Herald ot this date, 1903.
Vi. F, Cameroni well known Crow
conductor, had a narrow escape this
week when he tripped on a nail
while walking the top of the ears on
his train, and fell between two cars.
Fortunately he was able to catch one
of the car doors, or he would have
fallen on to the track.
K. II. Small and .1. P, Kink made a
husiness trip to Wardner last Tuesday.
The Marysville Lumber Co. has
[just heen sold to the Otis Staples Co.,
to include mill, limits ami logs, and
the latter will probably be cut at the
new mill on the St. Mary's.
The Herald has ordered a typo-
jaeting machine to bo installed within
the next month.
|   FOR GOOD MEALS   |
|  and Comfortable Rooms I
Ji 00 TO— t
if The New Cafe
months, which la evidence thut she
has recoived right good care while in
the trust of Ellen Taylor.
lt is worthy ot note thut this pig
wits placed first in the special offered by the Craribrooh Agricultural Association fur the best sow of 1924 and
ulsu received the special prize from
the Cranbrook Agricultural Association for the best pig raised by a boy
or girl, so that in all Ellen Taylor won
H-h prize money as well as the Bank
of Commerce cup.
This is the second year that the
first prize ln the Pig Club work hus
been won by a girl, Marguerite Siuv-
rett winning the first prize lust yeur.
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'•The First Year," the John Golden
comedy hit which Theatrical Enterprises, Ltd., are to present at the Au
ditorium on Saturday evening, November 15th, wus first presented at
Atlantic City, where its success was
so overwhelming that it was immediately brought to New York, opening
at the Little Theatre, where it ran
for over two years. It was then sent
to Chicago, where the run lasted eight
months; then to Boston for six
months, and this will be the first presentation outside of those cities.
The company presenting the com-
Mount Baker
 Hotel
,10 Newly Furnished Rooms,
All with running water (Hot
and Cold) some with private
baths,   some   with   shower
baths
BAKER ST., CRANBROOK
Only absolutely first-class tire-
proof Hotel in the city.
B. WESTON'S STORE,     Baker St.
See Our Shoe Specials We Sell For Less
OUR UNLOADING SALE STARTS THURS., NOV. 6 £
Bruce Robinson
Phone 295        Teacher of Manic P.O. Box   762
STUDIO — ARMSTRONG AVENUE
Third House from Presbyterian Chureh
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I EVERY 15MINUTESI
* t •
t Was the Output oi the Texaco Company's Refinery \ [
% During the Month of July.
* Every gallon and barrel of this is guaranteed to give the utmost  .',
£ satisfaction
%• THE OIL WITH THE GOLDEN CLEAR COLOR
* GAS WITH THE INSTANT SPARK
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i Land & Build
i ings For Sale |
I My Property, in and near |
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* — Including —
*
J    Farm  Lands  (Completely    |
* Equipped Farm) *
I   Buildings, Barns, Sheds, Etc. J
* Farm Implements *
$               Etc.       Etc. *
| COMPLETE OR IN PART *
% Crops on one piece of lliin land   £
* at .laffray  lait year went
.;» over 60 bus. per acre.
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(juAinv Co-Operative sk,,vi(,e
FRESH GROCERIES    -  NOTHING BUT THE BEST
KIITKKKI) HERKliS'GS, per Ib 25C
FINE HAMS per II).   ...  35c
,     ['URE BRITISH COLUMBIA HONEY,
ull sizes in   glass tiinl tins
RADIO MATCHES, per package  35C
CANNED B.C. RASPBERRIES, per tin 40C
BRAN,   SHORTS,   CRACKED   CORN,   OROUNI)   CORN,
BEEF SCRAP, EQQ MASH nnd Other Feeds at Close Prices
!3 BARS NAPHTHA S0.\P j
1 BOX CHIPSO (all for
1 GALVANIZED WATER BUCKET )
TRY A POUND OF Cool' TEA  75£
N O T 1 C E
Regular Monthly Meeting of the Women's
Co-Operatlvo Qu'ld will he held at the home
of Mrs. .1 F.. Bt tlon, al X p.m., Wednesday
November Mh
Cranbrook Dist Co-Op. Soc.
DEZALL'S GARAGE
Dodffe, Studebaker and Overland Cars
SUTHERLAND' SERVICE STATION
WILSON'S SERVICE  STATION
ALL GARAGES IN KIMBERLEY
ALL FIRST CLASS OIL AND SERVICE STATIONS
THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT
JAS. KERRIGAN & CO.
DISTRIBUTORS
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SATURDAY
SPECIALS
AT VERY LOW PRICES
Choice Legs Young Pork - 22c lo 25c Ib.
Choice Loins Young Pork - - - 25c Ib.
Choice Shoulders Young Pork      18c to 20c Ib.
CHOICE SPRING LAMB
DAIRY FED VEAL
Special Veal Roasts     - 15c to 20c lb.
Special Stewing Veal 3 lbs. 25c
Choice Fillets of Veal
Special Tomato Sausage
Special Pork Sausage    -
30c Ib.
30c Ib.
Choice Beef Pot Roasts    -    -    -     12"clb.
Choice Boiling Beef    - 3 lbs. 25c
Prime Ribs of Beef, Boned and Rolled - 20c lb.
P. Burns C& Co., Ltd.
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Cranbrook, B. C.
to:*^jtn,t_ti.*jL.*.tt.S.*M*i.:tM.*.».et   IIIMIIIIMMIIMIMIIIIIIIIIIIWIIIIIIHHMMMim Friday, October .list, 192-4
THE   CRANBROOK   HERAT,!)
PAflE FIVE
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■! VOU All  VO,rTP SJ j had a very serious heart attack about
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Or anything in Leather
Also for
Shoes,    Rubbers,    Socks,    Overalls,  Gloves,  Etc.,
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$245, at Kilby's.
»lc
■1 o'clock last Friday morning. Medical aid was hastily summoned and he
lias been gradually Improving.
We cany a full line ol Men* Worn-
eii'-s and Misses' Shoei.
W. P. DORAN.
Our low prices win every time.
Wc understand that Mseers. Wilson and Nation, of Fernie, will carry
[their appeal against the judgment of
Magistrate Gresham before thu privy
council, If necessary, to prove that
tin1 Alberta Liquor Act or Liquor
Control Act i* ultra vires. The judgment in question was that In which a
fine of $700, togethor with confiscation of liquor and automobile, worth
about   $4000   was   assessed.        Hlair-
I
Saturday
Special
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
Drake's Variety Store
16 Armstrong Avenue
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SPECIAL PRICES ON
Gold Seal
Congoleum
IN   EFFECT   DURING   THE
TITLE WRITING CONTEST
October 20th to November 1st
SPECIAL RETAIL PRICES AS  FOLLOWS
CONGOLEUM ART  RUGS
$8,55
Col. Pregnall, inspector of Indian,
Agencies, was in the city last week'
for a time.
I "ei
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Sandilands, of i*n
Wilmer,   government   agent   *'   ■
were in the eity last week.
^T3srrsr\EGft3i
Insure with Beale & Elwell.
DANISH VIOLINIST TO
VISIT CRANBROOK ON
MONDAY NEXT
■mitre visitors to the city last
included W. H. Cleland and
, Mrs. E. M. Kittle and T. W.
Rare Musical Treat Promised
In Appearance Here of
the Skovgaards
there,
Special prices on New Batteries at
Service Oarage. Phone 31. ltf
Hemstitching
den Avenue.
Fred  Spalding,
sioner,  was  down
publicity   c
in  Cranbn
The many frit
Duncan, of Klk<
minis- learn thai Mrs.
ik mi  recovered  from
Friday last endeavoring
some interest in the Board of Trade [i
in connection with the tourist business, There has been .some talk of
Cranbrook withdrawing from the advertising campaign next season, but
the matter has not yet been decided
upon.—Fernie Free Press.
arouse | pneumonia   lhat
!   fl 0111
Fernie Fre
For Bales
cars
!  Cl
rids of Mrs. Thoi
. will be pleased
Duncan   has  so
a   recent   attack
die   is   able   to
mbrooh hospital
;    Axel      Skovgaard.      (pronounced
I "Scowgaw") the celebrated Danish
violinist, who will visit Cranbrook on
Monday  next,   Is  a  very   big  man.
' weighing nearly three hundred
pounds and measuring six feet and
(three inches in height. Conforming
to the proverbial good nature of most
large people, Skovgaard Es a most
likeable man and makes friends!
wherever  he goes.    But within  his
. powerful frame is secreted a more
potent force than any which the ex-
Nam
Aid*
Until you've made
cheese dishes with
Kraft Cheese
you've no idea of
how appetizing and satisfying
I'HkUmi   such nourishing food can be.
MQNTHu"'   Send COUP°n ,0r Kraft Bo0^let
with scores of tempting recipes.
f&htm
I and service Nash
Ratcliffe & Stewu
1'ntn
I..   II
died of !i«
after a I
well knov
milieu t figur
nament held
Blal
nn
on :
>f illr
in Fe
Deceased wti
He was a pro*
tthe recent golf tour
that city.
The Kootenay Trading Co, are i
fering   some   remarkable   values
Ladies'   Dresses. The  very   lati
styles and the newest of fabrics i.
there for you to choose from.
cup I.
The play for tlie Ilerchi
narrowed down to a final and ser
final game. K. Wood and -lack !
vine play off the semi-final aud Ja<
Gates is in the final. Jack, a le
hander, has been quite a surprise
a lot of real good golfers in this eoi
petition, cleaning them up in rap
succession.—Fernie Free Press.
Tenor banjo.    A  bargain,
tt Kil
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9x6 feet
Regit ia rly
9x:
. feet
n'nrlv
9x9 feet
Regutarl) !
9 v IO15 feet
9 x 12 feet
Regular
larl\   I'
$10.65
.1 SI 1.55
$12.75
id $13.85
$14.85
ii $16.15
$16.95
d $18.50
i >:
$19.10
1 5JH.SU
$21.20
i $23.10
her   sizes   at    attractive
luctions ranging down tn
0 xU1 . feet
Regularly
9 \ IS feet
ejjl'.l
Colin Commons had his Star sedan
destroyed by fire late last night on
the Coal Creek road. He was coming
down from the Creek when the car
skidded on some loose gravel and upset. The gusoline connections must
have burst for in half a minute the
whole car was in a sheet of flame
and Colin had barely time to make
his escape. He wus driving alone at
the time.—Fernie Free Press.
White cups and saucers at 20c per
cup and saucer, at Kilby's. 35
Ml*. Washington W. Barry, special
representative of the Sun Life Assurance Co. of Canada, with headquarters at Calgary, has been in the city
and district, arriving on Monday, and
also spent some time at Kimberley,
where the Sun Life has some big
business. Mr. Barry states it is his
company's intention to appoint a full
time agent for this territory immediately, to look after th growing business here.
Maple Leaf Rebekah Lodge will
hold their annual Hallowe'en masquerade dance on October 31st.       31
John F. Gallagher, of Carbon, who
was at one time codemned to death
for the murder of John Coward, a
former Fernie man, but who was
granted a new trial and acquitted,
was recently sentenced to life imprisonment for arson. The case was taken to the appeal court and his sentence reduced to ten years. The appeal court seems to be a lucky institution for Gallagher,—Fernie Free
Press.
Piano in Walnut, in splendid condition, good as new, $2fl6 at Kilby's.
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Fire broke out shortly after eight
o'clock Friday morning in Harry McLean's drug store at  Fernie. The
| proprietor had opened the store anil     Personal Chrislman Greeting Card*
j had just stopped out t.. Ingram's for | L„8t yeat. we had a very finc selection
a shave when the alarm sounded. Thej()f car,fo to choose from, which met
j fire brigade were quickly on the scene [ the approval of a great many.   This
1 soon had the flames under con
Itrolj    but    not    before the stock of |js tl-
I drugs, books ami stationery were bad- j ,lIU|
ly  damaged   . The   fire evidently
i started over the  furnace.    The h>s>
is partly covered by insurance.
crcise of muscle a
It is the power tn
of  music,  and  fro
>f the how across
Ptchless Stradiva
i to
Ci.Ul.
•du
Interpret the sou]
n the first stroke
the strings of his
'ins vinliii all sense
■adually gives way
10 of rhythm, niel-
i delightful s
ody and music.
Standing on the stage, this eolos
il Dane is only music. Each movement of the body while he is playing
is nothing hut music, and the expression on his face tells yon that he is
far away from you, deep in the "laud
of harmony." His training under the
greatest masters of Europe stamps
him as a consummate musician, finished, polished, purposeful, Skovgaard
is an artist whoso power has had time
to mature and to gain those finer
qualities of balance and resource of
interpretnton which can come in no
other way than by the steady development of the musician himself In devotion to his inborn and chosen art.
His repertoire  is  practically  unlimited nnd years of experience on
Local golfers were interested in a|the concert platform has made him an
recent report  in  the  Kelson  News Ment in wronging his programs to
with regard to a wonderful drive by suit thti vurious requirements of nund-
Mr. Allison of that city when he made oal tnBto whicn hc '"counters.
Assisting him nn the program will  j
Edwin I.em;
■ by Beethove
Fritz Rreis
,uigi Boccher
Reverie Robert Schumann
Gavotte from Violin Sonata No. 6
Bach-Kreisler
AXEL SKOVGAARD
JUST ARRIVED-The New
Studebaker Duplex
-Two Cars In One!
For the first time an open and closed car combined
at strictly open car price
This Combination of Features found in No Other Car
The New Duplex-Phaetun Body—it solves the closed-open car problem
Genuine Balloon Tires
New Satin-Lacquer Finish
Spanish chrome tanned leather upholstery
New idea is ease of operation aud control
Vibrationlcsa Engine; force feed oiling system with new idea in oil
supply
a ;10R yard hole In one. Some were,
of the opinion that the record of a local golfer, Mr. Archie Leltch, had;
been beaten. Such, however, is not
the case ns the drive that mnde Archie famous was one of 315 yards,!
made one day last month when playing with Mr. Chester Staphs.
We carry a full Uno of Men's Women's ami Children's Rubbers.
W. F DORAN.
Our low prices wiu every time.
Mr, and Mrs. Harvey Brown returned on Saturday from Vancouver,
where Mr. Brown underwent a major
operation for kidney trouble. Harvey is looking rather thin, but is improving rapidly. He says the doctor's orders forbid him to curl this
winter, wliich is about the toughest
punishment for Harvey that could be
administered.—Fernie  Free  Press.
In- Madam Alice McClung Skovgaard,
talented American wife of the artist,
aud herself a brilliant pinnate and
accompanist. The program to be
given on Monday evening, subject to
change, is as follows:
Sonata in A      Handel
Serenade  Kspngnole Alexander
Glazounoi
A Song "For Me—Your Love"
Alberta MeAuley-Yon
Ohertuss . .       Wieniawsk
AXELSKOVGAARD
Tlie Fountain ...        ...     Rave
Paraphrase tie Concert from Tschai
kowsky's   Opera   "Kugene   One-
guino." Paul Pabst
ALICE McCLUNG SKOVtiAARD
Prelude in F  Camille Saint-Sacn
Pizzicato Scherzo Fini Henriques •£
Negro  Spiritual  "Nobody  Knows  de 5
Trouble I've Seen" ,«
Clarence Cameron White %
Mtgnon 	
Indian Lament
Indian Dance   Rudolph Novak
AXEL SKOVGAARD
Four-Wheel   Hydraulic   Brakes
system on American ears.
AT LAST   THE DUPLEX
ik x 36-tnch Rugs at 49c
CONGOLEUM By-the-yard
2 yds. wide, per square yard
79c
Regular!) Priced 85c
W. F. DORAN
Our Low Prices Win Every Time §
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AUDITORIUM, Sat., Nov. 15
THEATRICAL ENTERPRISES Ltd.,
OlTn* you .li'lin Golden'a Greatest Comody Success,
-     <&**)£. WS <l?e»
HOB
"1
EU	
-*iaU' JS?"H Wk i- iHAi-^i!tai i£Ba
As played at the Little Theatre, New York City for Two Years
"It is a long time since Montreal audiences hnve enjoyed  such a
delightful comedy."—Montreal Herald.
"The First Year" is the best of humor, wonderfully played."—Toronto Stnr.
PRICES     ....    $1; $1.50 and $2.00
Seatt on Sale, Thursday, Nov. 13th, at Bcattie-Noblc Ltd. Drug Stora
This is the time when many sub-1
Bcriptions to the Family Herald and
Weekly Star of Montreal are falling!
due. Remember these can be left atj
the Herald office and receive prompt
attention. In addition it can be combined very advantageously with this;
paper. Special combination price—
The Cranbrook Herald and the Family Herald and Weekly Star, with premium picture, $3,25, Your saving is
75c.   Phone 18, or call. H5tf
Thomas-Tobani 5
Dvorak-Kreisler 5
ir the selection is a little larger and i Prelude in li Minor    . Rachmaninoff ^|
best we have ever had.   Call in j Cracoveierino Fantastiijue v
Paderewski J,
Bleumenfefo »;
I. Preidman ■■
Lcggierezza  ............ Lis:-.;  S
ALICE McCLUNG SKOVGAARD   ,*„,
An entirely new-type car created by Studebaker. By simply drawing down the roller
side enclosures, it may be changed from an open car to an enclosed oar in thirty seconds.
For the first time in history,
a car which completely meets
the requirements of yenr round
motoring.
Use it rain or shine, winter or
suiiiiner, twelve months in the
year.     It    is   like owning two
And the price is no higher
than the old-time open car.
Framed and shaped in steel,
the upper section of the Duplex
body is built integral with the
lower part. Thus its beauty is
p ai ent, like that of a closed
car.
Iti long, tow sweeping lines—
optional—totally   unlike   any   other
Automatic braking pressure
deeply crowned fenders—beautiful hood antl radiator — all
completely harmonise. For the
Duplex is designed and built as
a unit by Studebaker.
And with thi-; double value
you have Studebaker mechanical superiority which means abundant power — effortless operation—new- ease of gear shifting—powerful brakes—velvet
clutch action and notably easy
steering.
In addition there is a multitude of improvements and refinements that bring a new ser.se
of satisfaction to motoring.
The Duplex model? are an exclusive Studebaker creation—
they are available from no other maker.
Come in and inspect these
new .Studebaker*. See the latest development in motor cars.
and  inspect   them.    The  prices arc
still lower.    It is now time to place'impromptu 	
your   order   for   cards   for   the   Old] Music Box
Country. — The Cranbrook Herald.
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DEZALL'S GARAGE
CRANBROOK    -      -     BRITISH   COLUMBIA
Provincial Constable Walker, of
Yahk, who has been appointed to
Constable Fryer's district, is expected to arrive towards the end of the
month. After the transfer has been
completed the latter, who is recognized as a very efficient officer, will
leave lor Kimherley to assume the
duties of senior constable there. Kimberley has three constables and is
understood tn be a place that requires the services of good men. In
Constable Fryer it will hnve one who
is capable of dealing with almost any
rgncy in a fair and effective man-
His many frlonds here are preparing to lender him a slight token
of Iheir esteem prior to his departure.—Princeton Star,
SPFXIAL: — Tungsten lamps, 10,
, -III, .Ml and 60 watts; 25 c each,
at — W. P. DORAN'S.
Our Low Prices win every time
A. B. Macdonald, an American
writer wlm was commissioned by the
Ladies Home Journal to come to B.
C. and investigate conditions resulting from the sale of liquor under
government control, has filed nn action in the Vancouver courts against
J. S. Cowper, and others connected
with the publication of "The Hook"
in Vancouver, including the publishing firm, the British Columbia Printing Co., Ltd. Mr. Macdonnld claims
unstated damages in connection with
articles appearing in "The Hook" after his article appeared in print in
the "Ladies Home Jurnal." Mr.
Macdouald's findings were not at all
favorable to government control, and
he was violently attacked in "The
Hook" for methods he is alleged to
have employed in gathering his evi
donee, The article he wrote wai
used quite extensively in connection
with the recent beer plebiscite held in
this province.
S
Auditorium = Monday, Nov. 3
SKOVCqAAfcC
we DArVtSH \/ibu)/isT
W«Jthtl (-•'■•j fcfel
THE MUSICAL EVENT OF THE SEASON!
Skovgaard
Eminent Danish Violinist, in
Concert Recital
assisted by
Alice McClung-Skovgaard
PIANIST
SKOVGAARD USES A GENUINE
STRADIVARIUS VIOLIN, VALUED AT $13,000
"It'* really a long time line* a really great artist hai had
the courngc lo play 'La.it Rote of Summer' and 'Suann^e River'
on a  concert  I tags, He played both of  these, and the exq.
uUtte tones of hit Strad drove the melody of these two loved
■'< '.'■..■ home lo every heart. Skovgaard, a Stradivarius, and
Sunnnce  River — there it nothing finer."  Ihllllth  Tribune.
Walch for Program Next Week
TICKl:.TS NOW ON SALE WITH SKATINO PLAN
A I   INK CNANKKOOK DRUQ & BOOK CO. STORE
Monday, Nov. 3 = Auditorium PAQE    SIX
THE   CRANBKOOK   HERALD
Friday, October 31st, 1924
metbocli$t Cburcb bbv B c FBEE^ii
SUNDAY,  NOVEMBER  2
"Keep your face wiih sunshine lit.
Laugh u bit;
Gloomy shadows oft will flit,
. If you have tho wit and grit,
Just to laugh a little hit."
I I a.m.   "A Weak Father and Wayward Sons"
Bring Father mul the Family Junior Choir
7.30 p.m.   "A Desperate Case"
Senior Choir i>- now reorganized for the season's work
A CORDIAL WGLCOA1E TO STRANGERS AM) VISITORS
COLUMBIA MEMBER NOT
I   TO ENTER CABINET OLIVER NOW ANNOUNCES
Premier Oliver issued a written
statement last week announcing that
the government has no intention now
of opening Columbia riding for the
elevation of J. A. Buckham io the
cabinet. The premier's statement declares definitely that there is no truth
I in the report that Columbia is to be
given preference over Vancouver in
j cabinet representation.
There has been a strong rumor
current tliat it was Intended to take
I Mr. Buckham into the cabinet as pro-
PROFESSIONAL CABDS
PB.tY.A.FEBGIE   ,
DEHTIST \
Campbell-Manning Block  i
PLu'iw 17.     t'illrp Hours i       j
I to IS, 1 to fi p.m.   Safe 0 to 1. I
*kMm**^^0*m**1*am *"   - "** •-' ** *** "*
W. R. ROSS, K.C.
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Etc.
209   ROGERS   BUILDING
VANCOUVER, B.C.
Dm, flrccn & MacKinnon
I'h'sIi'tiiiiH and Surgeons
Office   »t  realileocB,   Armstrong
Aveauo
OFFICB  HOURS
\fteraooos     200 to 4.00
Brealnn   7.30 to 8.30
Bunilay>   2.00 to 4.00
CRANBROOK, B.C.
Bit. P. B. MILKS
DENTIST
OFFICE HOURS
• to 11 e.m.     1 to I itr.i.
BuiOD Blk*. CRANBHOOK, B.C.
Saptifit Cljurrlj
Rev. W. T. TAPSCOTT
SUNDAY,  NOV.  2
In  a.m.   Brotherhood   Bible
- Class condiictccl In  Mr. II.
I..   Porter.   Subject:   The
( iir-.iiaii Ac: ::r.tli-g ii   I til.
11 a.m. Sermon In the Pastor
Subject:   "FELLOWSHIP"
12 noun Sunday Scl I,
7.30 p.m. Sermon In the Pastor.   Subject:
"A WEDDING QUEST UNSUITABLY DRESSED"
Thc ordinance nf the Lord's
Supper will be observed at
iln close <>i tin- evening
servce
YOU   ARE   ((lltl)IAI.I.l
INVITED.
scretary, and through the of-   tonal bankrui
' enl Coast Llboval il
tho sovernmenl hail secured the con- Americans who had enlisted with tho these men all the years they were out
fidenco ol the house, since in dlvls- Canadians. ,0f power, and since taking offlce ag-
ions it had been upheld by large maj- As tho foundation of his econom- nln had righted the matter, regaining
unties, and in three by-elootlons since jc ,ro|i,.Vi tiu, premier said he placed I for tho men their former standings
the last budget passed tho govern- the desire to develop agriculture and and pensions, lie wanted labor and
ment bad bean sustained. tho natural resources.      To do this!all classes to understand they would
There had also been financial dif-1 would be to increase the total wealth carry on without fear or favor.
Acuities to face.     They   hud   been of the country.    He enumerated the |   Concluding his address by referring
compelled to ask, how much money ifour basic industries of the country to Canada's part and standing in in-
must be raised by taxation?      The as agriculture, timber,   mining   and ternattonnl affairs, the premier charg-
public debt today, or mortgage on the I fisheries, and in showing how every
country, the premier said, reached the j manufactured article     was  iu  some
staggorlng figure of $2,347,000,000,1 way dependent on those, urged the lathe annual interest charges alone am-1 dies to examine the articles they camo
Diluting to $137,000,000. This Item In contact with in their daily spheres Canada's status as a self-detcrminnnt
alone was mon* than the whole cost'to see how closely related everything nation, nnd these had laid him, us th
of governmonl before the war. and was to these four basic resources. He head of the Canadian government, or.
" had to bo paid In order to avert nnt-1 believed lhal to cheapen the cosl of on to charges of disloyalty
; pre
ed that dispatches from Britain had
been colored so as to make it apparent that there had heen differences
witli the imperial government as to
after every meal
Cleanses mouth and
teeth and Bids digestion.
Relieves thnt overeaten Icellno and acid
mouth.
Ils l-a-s-t-l-n-g flavor
satisfies Ibe craving lor
iwcets.
IVrlgley's Is donble
value In thc benelft and
pleasure 11 provides.
|production of the raw materials was! ina* could bo further Er
Sealed in it, Parity
Noth-1    Paehage.
the Iriilli.
forts of a prominent toast Liboral il j    T*.lis ,.oprcEOntcd bucIi Items as ro-Uo lower tho cost of living, and how to | Tho premier stated he stood to make
was known that some elforts had beon  sllhl.,| *■,.„,„ |||(, „.„.lj|m, obligations do this   was    tho problem.       TwoICanada a part of tho omplro, and ull
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I C. JOE BROS. |
1 LADIES' ami GENTS' i
'i TAILORS I
| - SUITS MADE TO OHDEtt — j
| CLEANING & PRESSING |
|   Craiihrenk SI., Opp. ltk. of Com. |
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luouiiiiriiHniiuiiiiiiiini
1.0DSBSAJIII SOCIETIES
WOMKN'8  INSTITUTE
Meets   ln   thl
K.   ot   1*.   Hali
*tu,rnooo ui th*
drat  i.i. ■ i-vt eX
im       I p.m.
W^SsJkt**m '      All ladlss ere
cordially lnrltod | ^-h
Preshlenl:  Mrs.   W.   IV.   Wolfer    jCijBANiN(; _ PHEK.siN'u
Stc.-'lrealtrer:    Mrs.    Finlaysan    [ _ rbjpaihjnq _
CRANBROOK.CLEANED
AND OYERS
Every Garmant lent to nt to b*
Cleaned or Dyad la (Wu
Our Utmost C»ro.
Our knawl«d|« ot tht builueii
Ib your assurance of iat Is faction
h«r«.   Phona. and we will cull,
or brim m rour work.
We CImd and Dye Everything
I'HONE  U7
I. 0. O. F.
KEY CITY LODGE, Ho. 41
Meeti erery
.Monday night at
I'lTia Auditorium
Sojourning Odd Fellowa are cordially luTited.
N. G.      ...       A. Burtch   | j
Rwc. 8eo.   K. Q. Dingley, P.O.
■ME mrXiOTutfriTO^
CLUB  CAFE]
Under
SEW MANAGEMENT
Place lias heen  thoroughly
overhauled and cleaned
Vou Will Make No Mistake
in Ordering that
SEW SI'HIM! SUIT
OR OVERCOAT
H. C. LONG,
The Tailor
Van Horne Street
Opposite C. P. R. Depot
I'hone 41(1     ::     Plione 116
FIRST CLASS MEALS
Special i
CHOP SUM and HOODIES
DAY & NIGHT SERVICE
ALFRED 8ET0, Prop.
Phone 165
niOTt'iE.;..■ .:::'.."::. :.::'.  i'7~-ji'miW.^
Kitabllnh.il 1898 Phone IU
Geo. R. Leask
rinsEit m;u.Dfii
ARK   COHTkACTOB
Cabinet Work.   Pletir* Fr»«liw
H-ittauttw flT«n oa
.11 •!•■« ot work
I HOME
1 BUYING
• i Center Itorbiir Ainoa
ami IIuhIi Stmt
ici'Si
:! (j i*   1
,,, i-ai-ouri;.
v. ^-      . ,,*>
The  citizens  of  British
Columbia each senl $110
out o( the province last,
year for goods that could
he hough I here    locally
manufactured.
It lhat had not heen done
14,000   extra   workers
would  have   heen   kept
busy here throughout the
return by acclamti
linn if Mr. Buclchnm was niven raid*
net standing. In view of tho strong
vote Mr. Buckham got, totalling moro
thnn both opposition candldatos at tho
Inst election, il is imt surprising thnt
a number of prominent Conservatives
consented to an acclamation.
A TEN THOUSAND DOLLAR PRIZE LIST
Soma readers of tho Family Herald
nnd Weekly Slur are going to Hnd
themselves richer by several thousand
dollars some morning, Tliat paper is
offering a prize list of $10,000 for
those who make the best estimate of
th
In tho soldiers nnd tl
which wns Ihe last
economize, the prem
at   present $60,000,-
t<> lhe disabled mei
ir dependents—(things were necessary fnr the ilcvel- j it implied; but as a sell' governing!
ace ihey would opment of tha country's natural res-1country, ihis carried with il nn Im-
x BUld, li took ourccs labor, and capital, represent- plied right to do and say for Itaolf in
in for ponsionB lug tools and machinery, Why tux'matters of its own concern, ns well
ond others, re- cither of thorn, uskod tho promier, or j as n hearty co-opcrntion within tho)
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establishment and land settlement, why lax the means of production?!empire, The premier instanced the
and Hie national railways took nnoth-iTransportation interests wore ulso vl- roundabout methods lhat had i<» bo
er $80,000,000 or $90,000,000, Thoitally interested in the development of jomployod In negotiating tho halibut
merchant marine nnd other "collossal' the basic industries, and the buying treaty and the migratory birds treaty
lollies of the Into govornmont," tho Und selling resulting from them. His with tho United Slates, which had to
premlor said, in one of his rare lap-{budget had lessened the duly on lhe pass through the hands of two dep-
ses into straight politieal parlance, implements of production, and the nrtmenta of the imperial government
and some public works "that could premier asked I'or any instance where j and also the Hritish ambassador at
very well have been done without" harm had been done. He quoted tho. Washington beforo reaching tlie Un-
had kept up their expenses .during tho reductions which had iieen made hinted States government, and the re-
first years of thcls tenure of office, the case of agricultural Implements}verse procedure back to Ottawa. At
They had heen fined with $300,000,-Und other machinery coming Into Cn- the imperial conference the premier
000 of uncontrollable   expense,   and undo, and also gave figures to show it j stated his views on the status of the
itQ'-
\eflavori
', , ,        ,       ,     .  ' ,   ,       ...  had felt their first duty should In.* to,was predicted that in spilt' of theso different units of the empire    had!
he total number ot voles to be polled i ,  • . ., ,  . .   ,      , .   ,      ,,„ ' ,    ,
t tho next general election in Cana- Cl   eXpen80S    ™ev ""d succeeded to changes the output in some indus- been supported.    The   matter   had
da,    The right to make an estimate
costs nothing. Full particulars will spe"t l" f» l,v ,h" ''.'""'"f K"vel',"-
be found in that paper. The Family ,ment' ,""1 lo»J -v,-:"' "'um tht' re8u"-
Ilernld also offers each subscriber Knne„ 8U/Plu8 » t3B,(100,000 *SB,000,.
,.     ,.,.,- . ,      .... , ,      : nun nt   oana had boon refunded,
for l!i2o a most beautiful art calen- :
ilar with a vory fine picture subject Touching briefly upon the dovciop-
entltlod "The Sule of Old Dobbin." !""'"' "r •-■" immigration policy, tho
Never in the history of that big week- j premier said il took time lu get ri-s-
ly haw thoir readers 1 n offered  ults in ■*!• direction.      During the
such value. The subscription price is I "'■'"' years immigration had ceased,
only $2.00 a year for the his 72 page i •>■?' tno m"|,him-ry wns again being
weekly, the best family and farm P™' '" wrWuK 01'der, and Immigra-
papor on tho Continent. li"" was opening up.      During the
war the United States had done well
the extent that <u;ly $7 was now being ! tries would lie larger than ever this : come up sharply in the negotiation of
year, and that payrolls were growing the Lausanne treaty and tho settle-
larger. Quoting one Instance in the ment made with Turkey. In the lat-
tariff changes made in regard to ter cast- he had taken tho stand that
fruit boxes the premier said this one since Canada had not heen present al
DOMINION PRBMIER
ENUNCIATE SPR1NCIPLES
OF STATESMANSHIP
(Continued from Page 1)
was a lot at slake, he said, anil
the government was not taking any
!s, sine,- nnother Liberal would |the ,.,.„„.,„ „„ i,,,,,,!,,,..,,:,,,,, |t «,„„
that much added powe" f ir thc  fo„„d thnl sixlJ. ,,„, „,- evo,.y hundi-eil
JOHN OARD
PAINTER &
PAPIiRHANGER
Fall Line of Wall Paper
In Stock.
Store, Hanson Avenue
Pbont 408 st ill hour*
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Item alone would mean a saving of the settlement conference,   il   could Km a niiMiaiiiiiiiiiiioiiiiiiiiiiinniiuninnniiiiititiiDiii
$50,000 alone to the fruit growers.-not therefore sign.     As to the inci- 1     THE VICTORIA CAFE     I
It was a national policy, he claimed,  dent when trouble with Turkey seem-11   .,, ,, iu.-.m eniiWAmmninu      -
for all classes and all ^r.aips, and in   cd  imminent,  and Canada had been   §       DDnvtnn   rrmramt«wiiaenn       S
„. ,       .      ,i i'ii i,i       ,i it \=        Sr,lv» II r,   I AM It r A Sot, II        Q
quoting more figures showing the vol- asked as tn wnetner they would sup- n
iiminous growth of Canada's export; port Britain with arms—information 11 .,. __
trade, especially in the past few years, I which the premier said the newspap-  S ine//
claimed his tariff policy had been in'ers had published before the govern-1
lhe best Interests of the country as aiment had knowledge of it—his reply
whole. had been for more information.     If
Reverting to the general topic of 'the request was for troops, he would
labor, .Mr. Mackenzie King reminded illsist °" the mattei" Sol»S before Par
HOME   COOKED  FOOD
Phone 77
L)c:ii:!miii:!niiiiiiiiii!!Mimi;Hiiiii]iJiiiiiiiii)a!iiiuiH«jiiiBii4
and the resulting industrial boom
there, together with lhe policy of closing the doors tu other immigrants,
hut Canadians, had resulted in many his hearers that he had at all times, ""anient.   Such a decision should not
from this side crossing over.      But first as deputy minister  and luter as' >'est l|i'«» any individual, he contend-
the tide was now turning and from fi-  the first minister of labor under Lau-1eri-     !l<  ,::;" !" " l';; " ' ' ,"i'
gures obtained from checking closely
overnment.   Reverting to Dr. Km
who went over    to    the States came
ier. trie.) t.. see that labor got prop- attitude, but was upheld in England.
er representation, ami now the gov- As a government they stood ready
eminent had gone so iar as to put a|f°r Ulc dutiea of the ,la.v in the n^ht
prominent labor man on the director-
of the new democracy of this day.
Milk and Cream
DIKECT FROM
Big Butte Dairy Farm
i'hom: io
nd the circumstances by troich ho|bMk    i„    varyillg 1)el.io(|s ,-,.„,„ s|x I ite of the national railways.    In this Thfl Premier pleaded    for   stronger! ,
had become a member of the cabinet, monUla ,„ „,„.,. yem      [mmig,.ants spirit, and seeking to Ret all interests empire ties, ta contrast with the c-iy  ♦♦♦+**♦♦+*+**+**++♦+♦♦♦♦♦♦
the premier also thanked .Mr Beattle  were alB0 comln     |„   ,*,,„„ ,.;,,„■.„„,  Ml, ih(. cabinet, he had made Hon. j sl"m' IW l"'"I'u' were ,•"i•'",,'-, for "'"' * UlippV'C  WHITF IIINRH
for stepping down, and making pos- „m| Engimd,    ..Amtr f,M the prem- James Murdoch minister of lahor. i„ unit-ed people on this continent.    (',.-* nUHHl 9   WOI I C LUIIbll
- tin- election "I' Ur. King
ier faceously, "immigrants beret im
Get Your
Reservations
FOR
CHRISTMAS SAILINGS TO THE
OLD COUNTRY
BY
year.
Pacific Milk Lo   I td I"1",'"'"""1'   N"m""''"' y *ov"
I aillll ITIIIH WU., bill. ,.,.„mi.„t vl.| beon culled ti i to enr-
"■*        ll-Md OBce, Tunconier, B.C.       ry .m without having a majority fol-
I'arlorles It AhkoUleM H< Latter   lowing.     Nevertheless it seemed that
The purpose  of hu   visit  at  the! miEI,mts in „,„„, „,,vs lhll„ „„, - T„
present time was to net -, 1 ■!■ ac . thl. chnl.g(! lh„t retunl(,d ,„,„    had
qualntance with the west, and he ap- ^       going across ,hl, „ne tho p!.t,n)k,,.
predated the presence at the meeting Lai(, lh.„ pl.obal)ls, most „r th„„ were
of   those   who   were  opposed   to   him [
politically, but tooh their preiience as
an evidence of good citizenship and
a tribute to him as prime minister.
"This is an age of criticism," said the
premier, "but what U needed Is the
Interprotatlaon oi problems, nml dif-1
ferent points of view.    The things
things in common are grentcr than
tlmse which divide in=.."
Pointing to the difficulties which
tbe government has had to face, how
unstable conditions were to-daj for
governments in general, the premior
remarked that of three governments
which had participated last year i'i
tbe imperial conference had passed
(•ut of existence, and in Great Iiii-
tain a second election was in progress. The conditions resulted from
the unsatisfactory results of group j
government, which entailed unneces- I
ary turmoil and expense.    He was j
onvinced that the system of the two ;
nnin parties was best, Im: was ready
tti concede tbat this wns a in titter fur :
in  electors themselves to thin!; out
and work out.    His position had iieen ;
is the leader of the largest group in
tho house, hut without a majority.!
He had a heavy following in the east, I
but only five members from west of
tho greal lakes, and he was faced by j
the problem of how lo get represent
tation from all the provinces, being ■
determined to get al) provinces represented in the cabinet. IK- had ask-
tho progressives to name any representatives they wished laken into the :
cabinet, hut they did not accede l«» if. •
The   premier   outlined   the   steps   by j
which be hnd obtained cabinet ministers from the western provinces, Dr.
King from It.C, Hon. W. R. Motherwell from Saskatchewan, Hon. ('has.!
Stewart from Alberta—though a seat '■
hi his own province had been denied
him — and Hon. Mr. McMurray from j
Manitoba.       Thus for the first time
since nfederntion every province in I
the dominion had heen represented on
the days of the G. T. P. strike the n»da shouId be self-governing in all * 1S THE PLACE TO EAT.
onunion   mutters,
liber   of
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1 *   Mhllo Help Only Is Employed.
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%     Place to Enjoy Ynur Meals
part
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HI ILIIKItS AMI
CONTRACTORS
BMlmstw OIt«u «nil Won
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premier claimed the company    had I
gone hack on their agreement to r
instate the men, hut that the Liberal j I1'1'0-
ty had not dropped thc cause of      The premier closed his stirring ad ._ ||i:iM{v
! dress by a reference *tu the quolnt J ALI.A. llUJtKI
compliment Hon. Mr. Cardin had paid
to the ladies by likening the brightness of the stars to Iheir eyes, saying
tlmt the siiurle star viewed through
, the telescope often became a constellation,       So    lhe    empire should
be regarded as a constellation of na-
' tions surrotiding the mother country,
each one standing for everything thej
, empire stnnds for.
The meeting closed with a few rem
j arks  of  appreciation   by   Mr.   li.   H.
Bruce, the chairman, followed by the
singing of the national anthem.
Prop.
Trom Winnipeg to VV. St. John N.B
9.30A DEC. 2nd & 9th
DIRHCT TO THE SHIP'S SIDE
Por Sailing S.S. Mont dare Der. S for Liverpool
I or Sailing S.S. MontlatlHer Dec. 12 for Liverpool
THROUGH TOURIST SLEEPERS
To W. St. John N.B. Leave Medicine Hat 8.10 a.m.
Dec. 1 for S.S. Mmitclare  Sailing Dec. 5 to Liverpool
Dec 6 for S.S. Miiiiietlos.i Sailing Dec. It) In Cherhnurg
Southampton, Antwerp
Dec. 7 for S.S. Metagama Sailing Dec. II to Belfast, (ilnsgow'
Dec. -S S.S. Atontlnuricr Soiling Dec. 12 lo Liverpool
Dec. \2 for S.S. Montcalm Sailing Dec. 16 In Liverpool
l-ULL INFORMATION TROM ANY Atil-NT OF THE
IT SPANS THIi WORLD
L. 13. Cafe
(Llltle Il.-ipoport)
WhMi you wtftti flomethlns good
to Mt to to the "I..D"
HEALING
SOOTHING
ANTISEPTIC
f ftr/n/uricstSh'nTroiiS/is
Miik
A. E. Jones
Contractor & Builder
CRANBROOK, B.C.
Plans Drawn & Estimates
Furnished
Phone 3S0  :: I'.O. Box 192
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Cafe & Rooms
jot: 1,'YOl.vrsti, Proprietor
Van Ilorae St. Opp. O.P. Depot.
NEWLY RENOVATED
THROUQHdUT
Cninforlnliln Rooms
First Class I'ui'o Service
PHDNE 98
OHANBROOK - K.C.
CRANBROOK CARTAGE & TRANSFER CO.
TOWRISS & ROBERTS
Agents for Hard and Soft Coal.     Distribution CarB a
Specialty.   Bxcellent Warehousing.
SAND and URAVEL
OPPOSITE C.I'.R. DEPOT
Telephone 6.1        ,:.        .:.
CRANIiROOK, ll.C.
I> .(). Box 216
Montana Restaurant
Meah at AU Hoiri
OtfUt, llfarettM »i«  r»ilM
or*, me* of finnMiiii
FOLKS
IN OUR
TOWN
Why,
Of Courte Friday, October .list, 1924
THB   CRAW1K001   HKKAJ.U
PAflK sbtct
mL
JURY FINDS DEATH
IN CAR MISHAP WAS
UNAVOIDALU;
WIFE LOSliS HUSBAND TO
"OTHER WOMAN" HUT
AtiAIN WINS & WEDS HIM
The above represents the somewhat unusual donouomcnt which
marks the play "Why Men Leave
Home," whicli Is In bo shown nl thc
Star as llu- feature picture mi Monday nnd Tuosday of m-xi week, November .'I and -l.
John Em-arson marrlos Ellon Sul-
ton and starts married llfo by pay-
Ing ber every nttontlon he did in
their courtship tlayB,   A year later ho !
has   bet ic   stillon,   negligent   nnd I
cross.     At   niflil   he  is  too  tired  t
"Qhe Qveatest LtnPe
Siaryofall^ime"
A Motion Picture
Sensation That Will
Linger Long in the
Memory of All Fortunate Enough to See It.
Implratlon Picture., Inc.
CHAS.   H.   DUELL,  Jr.,  Pr...
Present
ElfcMAN GISH.
IMHENRY KING M/s&fi
HITE SISTER
At the Star Theatre
Monday and Tuesday, Nov.3 & (
'tW%
By F. MARION CRAWFORD
See Miss Gish, the greatest dramatic actress of the
screen, in a role which is unforgetable because of
the power of her acting.
See her in the biggest picture of tha year, a story of
intense drama with spectacular views of Vesuvius in
eruption, and thrilling desert battles.
•THE WHITE SISTER" at the   Star, November 6th, 7th and 8th.
take Ellen to places of entertainment.
Ho prefers to remain at home mid
read the papers.
On his first anniversary he forgets
to huy her a Rift until she presents
him v,'i(h a remembrance. He then
orders the prift by phono and leaves
the selection to the jeweler who sends
Ellen a gaudy and expensive pair of
earrings. When he returns home he
believes the jeweler has selected a
bracelet wliich Ellen is wearing. Later
in the evening he reproaches her for
wearing "such vulgar earrings."
Ellen then realizes that he did not
even select the gift.
John's conduct at the office is in
marked contrast to his conduct at
home. His secretary falls in love
with him and begins her game of conquest. While his wife is away on n
visit John takes the girl out for dinner and on his wife's return his adventure is discovered because she
ecretary's perfume on his
coat sleeve. The result is a divorce
which Is followed liy John's immediate marriage to the girl.
Not knowing of the second marriage Grandma Sutton induces John
to come to the house and with the
aid of the family doctor has the place
quarantined. Grandma's scheme
works out because John and Ellen
realize their love.
At that moment the second wife
appears. With dire threats she tries
to take John away from the house
and wains Ellen to leave him alone.
I To which Ellen replies: "Possibly
i 1 was at a disadvantage. You were
the 'other woman' and I was only his
wife. Now you are his wife and 1 am
the 'other woman.' "
j Tho secretary finally gets a divorce
and alimony. The story closes with
John and Ellen on their second honeymoon—he serving her brenkfast and
avowing eternal love precisely as he
had done ou their first honeymoon.
Probably  Due  to  Excessive
Nervousness on Part
of   Driver
Frida
afternoon last an inqu
waa held liy Coroner Dr. <,. E.
MacKinnon, into the death of Goo
Hyt, of Lethbridge, who losl his 1
in a motor accident on tho
evening a few miles east of Wa   !i
Mm$da^*3noie
TRADE MARK
REGISTERED
73
Tht- wltnraaea
passenger* i,.
juri-il. both Q
victim of the
thi- car. The
of Lethbrldge
culled   were   Hi.*   i
iln* car who wen
'•*-!i companion i       .
accident and driver
'irat wus Alex A I.:■*..
proprietor ui n I,
-<l  tli:
Pi
S
Si
STAR THEATRE
V nnn SATURDAY OCT. 31   and NOV.   l'
Harold Bell Wright's
"WHEN A MAN'S A MAN"
(>M   OF I'lll: BEST WESTERNS EVER PRODUCED
LARRY  SEMON -in- "LIGHTNING  LOVE"
FUN FROM THE PRESS
bridge confectionery store.    He v
in the hack seat of thc car at I he i
of the accident   Ho claimed th,
car  was  not  travelling  fast   al
time of the mishap,    He wa
opinion thai  in trying to r ;hl  I
car to take the second pari  of
reverse curve on which lhe n< i i
took place, the wheel buckled    .
the car and thus upset it.    He
that  th>'  driver was not  undi i   I
influence  of  liquor,   nor  wa.-
drinking man.
The second  witness was Keien".
Kaiavetes, also an occupanl  of tl
hack seat of tho car.    His teatimi
was similar to that of the first \
ness, but his theory was that the i i
ver had got too far over to the >
of the road and the left wheel
over tlie side and after riding all
like this for a short distance th
upset. Both   agreed   thai    Lh
was no drinking and that thej   v
not travelling fast.
\V. F. Cameron, who with K. 'i
Cooper was the first to arrive ut ,.,
scene of the accident, testifi
at about a quarter past six wli
turning from a hunting trip t
cher Creek, they were stopped by il«
men and found the car upset in the
ditch at the side of the road and the
driver, Hyt, pinned under the h;u-k
of the front seat After removing
the side door, which had apparently
prevented the others from turning
the car over, they easily righted the
auto and released tho unfortunate
man, Mr. Cameron was of the opinion that there was a possibility thai
the man was still alive then. Mr.
Cooper wont at once lo Wardner,
from where he telephoned to Cranbrook for assistance. He then returned to tho scene of the accident
and got the other occupant of (lie
front seat, Mel ine Thanos, who was
injured and apparently suffering
pretty badly. They brought him at
once to ('ranbrook, to tbe hospital,
where it was found that he had had
two ribs broken and was badly shaken up. Mr. Cooper's testimony corroborated that of Mr. Cameron.
Constable Donahue testified that
from an examination of lhe road the
car was travelling at a pretty fast
pace, judging from the fact that the
brakes had apparently been applied
for one hundred and thirty feet His
theory was that the driver finding
himself too far over to the side of thc
road after making the first curve,
turned too quickly and dashed ovi r
to the other side of the road and over
the bank.
After considering the matter for
about fifteen minutes the jury
i brought in a verdict of accidental
death.
The jurors were W. Whiting, fore-'
| man, W. ,1. Wilson, C. J. lewis. Hoy
j Mussev.
A partner of Mr. Hyt, who knows
lii;^ car sai - thai besides tiie driver
being nervous and inexperienced,
there was a possibility thai ihe accelerator Btuek, which il had done before. This would account for the
| long time which it was necessary to
apply the brakes.
The late George Hyt wai 33 yean
of age and was well known in Lethbridge having boen in business there
for about twelve years. With his
brother, Steve, who now operates the
Capital Cafe, he came from Greece,
ionery busii
which ii' profitable
to ai rangi
Urraks   Grain   Record.—The   Hut-
terite colony south of Raymond, Al- (
berto, according t-
by its leader recently, has established
tatement made . Fi,no for catarrh
when melted in a
•poon or snuffed
a unique record in grain production, up the note and
In the five years ihey have been in, vapor» inhaled.
Southern Alberta, the colony ha
i pru-
more wheat than in all the
■:' Its operations in North Da-
ten ling over two decades.   In
i live years the Hutterites in
ymond district have produced
) bushels of wheat.
LUMBERTON    l
CHIPS 5
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Head and Chest Colds
Relieved In a New Way
A   Salve which   Retrain   Medicated
Vapor, when Applied Over
Throat and Che.t.
Bhippod to 111    I
funeral took i-!.i
cily,  win
Monduy,
- tnli!
GOVERNMENT MAKES
EXPLANATION   OF
OBJECTIONABLE MAP
Says  Smaller Map  Will Bc
Issued To Take In East
Kooienay
[     Inhaled as n va)»r and, at tho samp
I time absorbed through tho skin like a
liniment, \ icks VapoRub reaches immediately inflamed, congested air passages.
This is the modern direct treatment (or
; all cold troubles that is proving so popu-
, lar in Canada and the States where over
Lumberton t lui, held its regit-. 17 mJnlon jars art. „„„. u<<) Vt;uU.
ikly social gathering last Wed-      Splendid  [or sore throat, tunsilitis,
evening in the Lumberton hall,   bronchitis, croup, head and chest colds,
■vhi.i «*,.,,. i„ ,,i,,v ,i„    catarrh, asthma or hay fe\tr.
Whist «e,e „■ plllj da-        Juj, nib y^ ^ thrQat „„,, rhos,
nm; tlu- early part of the program,   and inhale the mediated vapore.   It
ii..- committee in charge served a  quickly loosens up a eld.
rery tasty lunch after the cards had I
ci mc 10 a close.   The balance of the
ening was spent in dancing.   The I
mt it-this week should he attended      -        „„ ,        „       „
l.y a large number of cluh members.    OrnVHasmJ**}; UrgoYgAtwr
considerable Interest has been crea-j "        " """""
1 ted hy those who have heen taking
j part in the card unities during the
: icotinga of this month. The cards
I
VapoRub
NOTICE
	
ill  1"- totalled at this meeting and
A good den   has linen heard al
■  prizes awarded  to the  persons
ma               lai      ii    h       liv   *   -
■in*:   the   hlghesl   1 iber   of
*  '    for tho entire month, a special
;   11   has been provided for the la
which much i ■* * ption !.*■*■ 1- - n tnl   n
dles.   The excitement is not all to be
'''■  ' ■■'    '  '      " ■ ' - '
included in the cords, for a masquer*
11.   1 . *   .                  .,    . ,1        ,..
ade Is scheduled for this meeting and
hi re  promises to  b:  a number of
i*i    1 re ol thc rcspot   ible departmei 1
hiual costumes in attendance.
and   Mrs.   Hairy   Irving,   of
Dear Sir:
Wynndel, spent several days at the
Be Si **     *    Britl '*. '■   lui   .:..   '
home of Mr. and Mrs. G. 0. Hunter
In repl;  •      iur letter of tl    . '
* ei k,    Mr. and Mrs. Irvintr were
instant, 1 bci   to si v that while
* ring through this seeii.,11 of the
id TUESDAY
NOVEMBER 3 and 4
IN
ii
Dorothy Ballon & Jack Holt
WHY MEN LEAVE HOME"
H-      LEWIS STONE, MARY CARR,  HELENE CHADWICK
Comedy
A PICTURE FOR WIVES AND SWEETHEARTS
I'A'I'HE NEWS:—ZR-3 Crosses (ierm.iny
"PIG  SKIN"
Lige Conely
WEDNESDAY ONLY
NOVEMBER S
"THE LONE WOLF"
WILD ROMANCE OF THE AIR AND PARIS
FOX NEWS; — Reindeer Herds Swarm Out of Frozen North
"HUNTERS  BOLD"
Comedy
COMING Nov. 6,7
■i.r-rWifm-TL'-TTTnfaH
mBin pui I :   map ni    i
been to show thc disp iltion ■
lands in the Railway Belt, as
outside territory waa included :
natural resources were added,
fortunately in making the mat' ';>t"
one sheet  for reasons of economy
; i id convenience we had to sacrifice
the southeasj portion of the province.
man of the portion referred to and a
I copy will he ■ t ni to you. In the mean
of twelve and one-half miles ,u the
; ini h ■■■  ich coven  the ei   I Ko >ti 11
| District, together with a new map of i
\ the entire province of Hritish Colum-j
, bia.
P. ('. C. LYNCH
Of    "■"*   J".' I I
in value of ?j ,315,122, when thi
two periods are compared. Canada's
exports won to the value of j l.'"'' ■
105 152, ;.-1 ording to fij tu es cfimpil
ed bj I ii- Canadian Bureau of Statistics, Custom revenue collected Hiring the twcli - months just ended
was $7,812,782 less than in tho pre |
vious year, a material reduction In
taxation.
-Notice i< hereby -given that appll*
"f | cation will be made to the Legislative
Assembly of the Province of British
Columbia at the next session thereof,
for an Act making provision fer the
vesting of general property of the
Presbyterian Church in Canada; the
Methodist Church and the Congregational Churches of Canada, in the
United Church nf Canada; for the
holding, u^e and administration of the
property of congregations entering
the union of the said churches to
form the t'nited Church of Canada,
and for the holding of the property
■ --,.- of congregations voting not to concur
— therein;  for  the. irusts  relating to
■ i    fir t successful hunting party general and congregational property;
wason. returned to Lumberton {and  generally  for  the  carrying of
late last Saturday, when Harvey Pi-   the said union into effect.
r, Harold Piper and Andy Kolesar. Dated at Victoria. British Colum-
returned with one buck to their ere- . bia. this 9th day of September, A.D.
dit.    The party spent two days this   1924.
idi of Vahk and only saw two bucks j        CLEAKIHUE & STRAITH,
during that time.    Harvey Piper was 121S Langley Street,
responsible for bring down the game.) Victoria, B.C,
The 'ther is the first one shot by any ; On behalf of the Applicants
■■*■<- of Lumberton this season, but ' 30-36
t won't be the last for there are sev-1 u . |
ral of the fellows who are making a
• rip every week-end to the game \
.mintry.   Andy was not credited with
trip but he had something! J
or he bagged a dandy cov-ii
' ii
PAUL   NORDGREN
MEN'S
GRILL
Jap Walton and Les Frock spent
■ - days of last week at Lake Mun-
I era they succeeded in catching
few fish, enough to make a show-
.    .   Tht y said they did not fare so
badly   considering   they   had   taken
en ugh provisions to last for
b ii. ie, Including meat.
1   mberton had several representa-
in  the track meet  which was
:• >i in the Arena rink at Cran-
! lasl   week  by the Cranbrook I
Amateur Athletic Association. Only
;-. ■ of the entries were taken part in
except the relay. Lumberton placing!
n both, with a first in the hurdles, I
, . I b second in the high jump.
A    large    number   of Lumberton
people we're in attendance    at    the
in the Auditorium nt Cran-:
broi ■ "it .Monday evening, when the]
Dominion Premier and some of his J
ministers delivered addresses,
When You
CALL AT YAHK
Do aot forget to visit tbe
Paul Nordgren Store
Co Maio Road, near bridge
f  lew   51-.ipmer.fi   of   Seaiooalila
i *
:*        Slimmer   Good,   Ju.t   In
♦♦<
Canadian Cafe
and Rooms
VAHK, B.C.
Opposite Garage, Star Brldri
Comfortable  Rooms  with
Cafe ln Connection
Wc Solicit Vour I'litronaire
A. Hjort - Prop.
mmsmSBSkm
MWa*
When a Meal "Disagrees"
Just take Pape's Diapepsin
A few Tablets instantly Relieve ;i Distressed Stomach
and Correct the Digestion—Anytime!
Whenever food or drink upsets the      JubI chew a few of those pleasant,
stomach or caiiBos Indigestion or QaS* I harmless tablets and the dlstre
es, Flatulence, Bloating ,Sour Risings, gone!
Heartburn or Acidity, remember you j A IK) cent package will keep tho
get relief as soon an "Pope's IHupep- entire family free from digestive dii-
sin" reached tho stomach. No wait-larders for months. Druggists soil
ing. I millions nnd guarantee ouch package.
THE
NEW HOTEL
Yahk, B.C.
S. MARKLUND Prop.
When in Yahk make your home at
THE NEW HOTEL.
This Hotel Is new from bottom to top.    Twenty-five nicely furnished rooms. ,   All are clean
and comfortable.
RESTAURANT IN CONNECTION. PAGE  EIGHT
THE  CKANRROOK  HERALD
Friday, October 3lst, 1924
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WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A SH1PM
Green and Amber Glass 3-Piece Console Sets
COMPRISING FRUIT BOWL AND CANDLESTICKS
Prices from $4.50 to $7.00
A. EARLE LEIGH, thegjftshop
LOCAL
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Violin, bow uml cast', gootl a.
•Cl $12.   at Kilby's.
BOEN. — On Friday, October 24,
at tho St. Eugene Hospital, to Mr.
and Mrs. ('. A. Holtlen, of ICimberley,
it daughter.
Bridge
both tho
undertho
Kobe itson
be
1 building erewa from I
nding and Cranbrook,
etion of Superintendent
the  latter  place, have
Floor Covering —■ Congoleum
i"5c per square yard at Kilby's.
BOtf
BOKN. — At the St. Bu:
pital, on Saturday, Octobe
Mr, and Mrs. .1. T. Taylor,
ty, a son.
!5th, ti
this cl
. Kootenay Landing the past
lour week-ends putting a ateel lining
in tho slip at the Landing, completing
the work this week. Alpoul a year
ago a mammoth Mid apron wai Installed anil the slip is nou in almost-
new working condition.
Don't forget the Ancient Order of
Foresters' Whist Drive and Dance in
tin- K. I'. Hall, Friday. November
21st.     Qentlemon 76c, ladies 60c,
I!. W. Edmonds,
ami Jlrs. C. Hungerford pol- vating and tmpvov
I Miss Cynthia and Master llu- house mi Burwell
o leaving about the first of [ recently acquired,
m has heen renting the Thompson
Avenue which he
mil which is lieillt
Mi,iolay night as tlu* citizens were
on their way homo from tin
tion to Premier King, they noticed the
sky to the south of tho city brightly
Illuminated und at 1.16 an alarm was
turned iu by Constable Roberts in
which tin- brigade rosponded.   1' ivai
at first tl gilt to In* the South Wi.nl
school hut on going further il was
seen to ho thc slaughterhouse nf tlu*
Cranbrook Meat Market. The cause
of tho fire is unknown, being possibly
from a spark of a fire which hul beon
used for the boiling of water tn
Bcnld l!;i- hoe I. From time to time j
Mr. Walkley has reported thefts of
meat from tin- slaughter house. Possibly some party en a similar errand j
may have dropped a match while look- .
ing for n choice cut. The fire brigade by tho use of chemicals proven- |
ted the fire from spreading in tin-j
other buildings. The building anil
contents were valued ul three thousand dollars only part of which was
covered by insurance.
December to tale
f ir Ho* winter in
I'oinia, where nl
and .Mrs. E,
„f Crnnbroo
Trail next v
Day he will
a;   the deilii
rial Hull wit
i- mi their residence
Santa Barbara, Coll- I
■e also located  Mr. I
Wilkinson,  formerly \ K"""
-SI I .ll
tupicd by Mr.
II) Onlv, .'III s
II
.. Ah*. Pollen leaves for
-ck where, on Armistice
take the opening address
ttion of the new Menio-
■h will tako place in that
aud Mis. E. 11. Ollin.
3ij, regulur $14.00
IS,    while they  last,
11*******-****'-*-***-****-*****^
MESH BAGS
DE LUXE
Newer and prettier stylos
in Mesh Btitfs huve made
their appearance in our
stock.
These all have soldered
links and are shown in silver
und green gold
$3   '-•■   $20
Our wonderful stock of
silver novelties is now at its
best. Late additions have
increased the variety and
bettered the designs in this
department. We are ever on
the lookout I'm* new things
iu order to serve our customers to their liking.
IF  IT'S  NEW,   IT'S  HERE
30H cily on the llth Inst,
BE HERE AT 9~a.m., SATURDAY.
reCQp- Many lint's will not last the first hour.
McCREERY BROS.
Tw
polic.
the t.
One,
ii character!
• here have
.ils of the li
em sentenc
Roach, who;
Ing Ih'Kus chcc-jiH
ii this city some
well known to the
ecently come within
w again, after hav-
?tl in Cranbrook.
e escapades in pas-
s fm small amounts
time ago, and who
later math
t<, get Inl
restitution for this, only
i further trouble fnr the
clock, in Trail recently
to liis old specialty, and
in fnr another Inenrcerat-
Imjrus cheques.   The
WILSON'S VULCANIZING
WORKS
38ti
liners t.i
. .1. Ed-
Alberta.
Among Uie reconl new-c
Crnnbrook are Mr. and Mr
ward Warren, of Klllam,
who arrived lasl week to make Iheir
resilience in the eity I'or the winter.
Mr. Warren is a brother of Mrs. Morris Clark and Mr. W. A. Warren ui
this city.
The Kootenay I.onf made hy the City Bakery is making a ureal hit among lhe lovers.of good bread. in.
not take our word but try a loaf for
yourself.     Phone 28, SQtf
The Gyro Cluh have decided nn No-
vember 26 and 2ti as the dates for
the holding of their big concert. So
keep these dates open. 30tf
Advertising contracts have been
preferred during the past few days to
many western papers, weeklies and
farm papers, for large space T. Eaton c{). advertising. Tlie Herald has
never receded from the attitude
talcen up three years ago, when it
refused to accept the advertising for
good. It. is not that the T. Eaton Co.
should not be- permitted to
advertise as well as anyone else, but
the people generally already know a
good deal about Katon's, and not
enough about the local stores, where
often just as good value/, quality
considered, can be had. If the local merchant does not realize the necessity of local advertising, Katon's
know the value of it, antl while some
loss may accrue to the papers which
turn it down, the non-advertising
merchant also penalizes himself by
adopting this attitude.
1 theft of a
j went had; I
i wa.^ taken ii
tion for pas;
other charm
; cles is one Uussell Tierney, the third
! of the three men who rolled a harvester named Kirtch for the sum nf $320,
two of whom were sentenced to three
years in the penitentary by Magistrate Barker at Lothbfdge. lie was
sent last week to join his erstwhile
comrades in crime by being given the
ie sentence, that of three years.
Sentence had been reserved in his
se to get his record. This, ns for-
irtied by the R.C.M.P., Ottawa, by
means of finger prints, showed that
lie served a year at Cranbrook for
teaJing from the person; a year for
ttempted jail breaking from the
Okalla prison farm, sentenced at Ncl-
, B.C., and three months at Cran-
uk fm assaulting a peace officer.
Thanks lo Mr. K. A. Mill, the Herald office on Wednesday night was
kept advised as to the progress of the
British elections. All the figures
made public throughout the city were
received through thla source. Ai the
;''r" Star theatre loud applause greeted
thc first result announced wliich
showed the Conservatives had KM)
seats, Labor -111 and Liberals 21, Later wonl came by wire.
NOTICE
Tbo Wild Horse Gold Mining Syn-
tlieate. Limited regrets to inform the
public that from now on. nobody,
without a written permit from the
office in Fori Steele, or unless accompanied by a director of the company,
will be permitted on the property of
the company.
W. A. DRAYTON.
President
Fort Steele, B.C.,
October 2!Uh, II'lM. 80-38
WMV//.VAV.V/W\V/^.VVWW/AWAW.W.^
BIG SACRIFICE SALE OF
Cups &
Saucers
Regular .
and 5(h' each
Saturday Only, November 1st
25c per Cup and Saucer.
One Hundred Dozen
Tinware Prices Cut in Half
15c each
"I'm glad you liked tbat bread. No,
1 diil not make it myself, we got il
froiu the City Bakery." I'hone 23
antl have the boy call. :iiilf
Mr. J. F. Guimont lefl on Sunday
for Nelson where for a short period
he will be relieving one of the dispatchers at thut point, after which
time he will be permanently located
in Cranbrook. Mr. Guimont, in company with Mr. Lester Clapp was fortunate in a hunting expedition from
which they have just returned antl iu
which they captured two elk and three
deer.
A caste mnde up of pupils of the
high school are to present a four-act
, play.   "The   Varsity   Coach,"   at   the
Auditorium,   Friday   and   Saturday,
December 5 and  0. '.U>
Iii addition to the chanires in the
provincial police administration mentioned last week, whereby Chief Constable Mortimer goes to Vernon in
charge of the district there, there is
to be another change in the location
of constables in this district, Constable Sharp of Kimlierley, is being
moved to Yahk, and is succeeded by
Constable Fry, of Princeton.
MEN — DON'T MISS THIS SALE
OF CLOTHING AT McCREERY
BROS. The greatest slaughter of
high grade clothing ever witnessed in
Cranbrook. •!<>
Mr. .1. W. Gibson, supervisor of agricultural training in the schools for
B.C., and in charge of the laying out
and planning of school grounds, etc,
was in the city over last week-end.
antl aiso spent some time at lumber
I ley. He was met here by some mem-
' bers of the school board, and taken to
look over the school grounds, A
number of years ago the department
provided the school board with trees
for the central school grounds, hut
not all of them lived, perhaps not be
ing
of a suitable variety,
slated that  more trot
Mr. Gib-
might be
SATURDAY ONLY
. Regular Price 35c
Hid S0c
LARGEST STOCK
of Dolls, Toys, Games and Books ever shown in Cranbrook now on display.
OUR PRICES ARE 25\ LOWER THAN LAST YEAR
Moffatt's Variety Store
Santa Clans' Headquarters
[supplied in the spring, but was atlvis-
|ed by the chairman of the school
I board that it would be wise to confine them to the varieties known to
thrive here. Mr. Gibson also made
I a few suggestions as to the complc
lion and laying out of the children'
playground at the city park to a member of the Kotary Club.
Don'l forget the Annual Bazaar to
be held by the Methodist Ladies* Aid
in the Knights of Pythias Hall on Saturday, November 1st, commencing at
;t o'clock. 35-3G
W.H.Wilson
JEWELLER
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■ Varsity C(
, December
id ii.
Audi-
;it;
Miss E. I, Magee paid a brief vis-
to Calgary last week-end, leaving
on Friday and l'eturning on Monday.
The Salvation Army Home League
will hold their annual Kale of Sowing, Fancy Work, Etc., on Saturday,
November 22nd. Keep this date iu
mind, antl don't forget to come along. ;utf
The Methodist church have been
fortunate in getting Mrs. -1. E. Warren to take over the leadership of
their choir for the winter months.
Mis. Warren has an enviable reputation as a vocalist, being a graduate oi'
the Boston Conservatory of Music.
The Christ Church annual bazaar
will be held in the Parish Hall, on
Saturday, November the loth, commencing at :j p.m. Tables of useful
ami fancy articles, home cooking,
Candy and Superfluity tables. Afternoon tea will be served.        ;lli-3h
Notwithstanding the somewhat unpleasant weather thai evening, a dozen or move Oddfellows from this e'^y
journeyed up lo Kimberley to attend
the meeting of Sullivan Lodge that
evening. They comprised the Key
City Lodge degree team, and conferred a degree on a candidate at the invitation of the Kimberley lodge.
It costs you nothing to try. When
ordering your bread to-morrow, just
ask for one loaf of City Bakery
Bread. 3Ctf
W. .lohnson of Fernie, owner of the
moving picture circuit including the
new Orpheum at Kimberley, along
with Thos. Bailey, manager of the
Kimberley theatre, were in the city
on business on Wednesday. They
are making arrangements to have the
floor of the Orpheum. which has been
kept level for a dance floor, dropped
to the usual slope to give all parts of
the house clear vision to the screen.
Now with the advent of a new fiance
hall at Kimberley, the Elks' Hall, in
the new Staples Block, it is figured
he Orpheum can be fitted up to better advantage as a straight picture
theatre, ami accordingly a new floor
nd fixed seats will be put in. An
uxiliary beating plant is also planned to ensure the fullest possible comfort for patrons this winter.
We absolutely refute your money
at regular    prices    during this sale.
Every article reduced in price during
the next seven days.
;Jti —McCREERY BROS.
/
$ M
AjWvllX   	
*i i(\tfj
DrtU lire-.,
i.\\i 1410
•I-; cent,      tf tent,
Tlie Ftill ZWode ,y
"Delightfully Expressed
in four new Pictorial Ucvic-w designs. In everv
line of Pictorial Review Patterns there is the
smartness, the indefinable modishncss found only
in the very highest type of ready-made garments
or thc work of the finest dressmakers. Their style
is not lost in thc making of thc garment, for the
Pictograf, which comes with Pictorial Review
Patterns, makes it possible for even thc newest
beginner to reproduce thc pattern with absolute
accuracy.
WHEN YOU ARE LOOKING FOR PATTERNS
LET US SHOW YOU THE NEWEST
DRESS MATERIALS & TRIMMINGS
PRESENTATION
TO HIGH SCHOOL
BY LOCAL FIRM
i   liox 726 Santa Claus' Headquarters      phone 393
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CUT FLOWERS        POTTED PLANTS
BRIDAL   BOUQUETS      FUNERAL  DESIGNS
We hove secured Hie agency for Terrlll's Flowers *
from Lethbridge. and are prepared lo look *
*
afler  your  floral  requirements ^
BEATTIE-NOBLE Ltd.!
| CRANBROOK,
nn: rexall store
Druggists      Stationers
BRITISH COLUMBIA
At the instigation   of   Const
Saunders nl the provincial polici
I pariinent. an investigation has
going t»n fur the past few days
the fire nt the Abbott residence some
weeks ago. The police wish it understood there is no charge or BUgges-
tlon of arson but in view of tbe faet
tbat there have been sn many fires
recently outside of the eity for which
no reason could be attached, they
determined it was in the interests of
jtltho city and district that Rome at-
*, tempt be made in this and every case
* to get at the cnuse of the fire. Sevo-
f t ral witnesses wore called, their evi-
i dence not being open fnr publication
? I at the present time. One matter which
* was brought out, which is worthy of
Xlserious consideration, and which alone mighl justify ihe Investigation is
the fact that in this house il was
shown that part of the electric light
wiring system was made nf ordinary
hay wire witli absolutely no Insulation of any kind. Greater care in the
inspection of the wiring, which is
outside of the jurisdiction of the city
The high M-hool was the recipient
this week ef a splendid regulation
basket ball, the gift coming from
Beattle-Noble Ltd., through A. W*.
McDonald, Esq., manager.
This gift is much appreciated by
the staff and students, as at present
there is very little athletic equipment
to work. with. After the presentation
of the high scliool play, "The Varsity
Coach," the students hope lo bt- belter equipped for sport.
In the meantime this gift is most
acceptable, and the Beattle-Noblo
Ltd.'fl kind thought is much appreciate.!.
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electrician should hv made.
HIGH SCHOOL
HALLOWE'EN PARTY
ON FRIDAY EVENING
Tlie high school is this year assisting the town in making a start for a
cleaner and saner Hallowe'en, by
holding their anual Hallowe'en masquerade ball in the high school auditorium im Friday evening, the actual
Hallowe'en evening.
Games will be played from 8 t<
0.15, after which dancing will be in
dulged in until 11.45. Burton's or
chestra will supply the music. Tht
Auditorium will he suitably decorted
and refreshments will he served about
11 p.m.
This entertainment is in the nature of a private affair hut any par
cuts who wish to look in on the ga>
scene about 11 p.m. will be mnde welcome by tbe principal and his staff.
"Home Sweet Ilnme" will bo plnj
ed al 11,15 sharp, in accordance with
the expressed wish of ninny of the
parents.
The trustee* and their wives nr
husbands will be thc special gUeMui uf
thc evening.
Tuesday evening last the girls of
the Canadian Girls in Training class
of Knox Presbyterian Church bail
the pleasure of entertaining the girls
of their sister organization of the
.Methodist church in the schoolroom of
the church. Tlie hosts had seen to
it that the hall was suitably decoruted
for the occasion, Hallowe'en suggesting itself wherever one looked—
witches, ghosts, skeletons, pumpkins
and apples being employed iu various ways. In such an environment
it was only to be expected that ghost
stories would be told, and so they
were, the real kind, lhat makes one's
hair stand mi end. (even the obi kind,
not the bobbed variety). Hallowe'en
games were played and much enjoy-
tl. Nearly all present were given an
insight into the future or were re-;
minded of their past by some mys- i
tenons stranger who told fortunes as j
i-asily as one would the time of day.
The serving of most tempting refresh
ments rounded out what was cnusitl
ered   by   the   visitors   and   others   tt.   CranbrOok
have been one of the most enjoyable
eveninjrs   spent   among  the   younger
set in a long while.
TAXIDERMIST
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For prompt repairs ami satisfnc- $
tion ko to Ratcliffe & Stewart'8 irar- *
age. HOtf *
-_ *
*
BORN. -  Oa Wodnesday, October ♦
2!>. at thc St. Eugene Hospital, to Mr. $
and Mrs. A. Sheveln, of this city, a j
daughter. | +
*
*
-*M»    *kgL   tOHL   M.
"try tBF tB* **p
The
Pine Tree
The supplies and equipment of F.
I. Dawson, the contractor
awarded the contract for a further
portion of the Golden-Yoho Park
road, arrived on Monday from the
coast and have been conveyed to the
camp. The engineer ts already nt
work, ami it Is expected construction
will be in full swing next week. ■— I
Golden Star.
I For first class automobile repuirs
■ antl winter storage, see Ratcliffe &
i Stewart. 33tf
whowos I Si*™'1  for  the  Week-End t
| ICE   CREAM   BRICKS |
* Assorted    l-'lavors *
J Will Arrive  Friday Noon J
% New Stock of %
| MOIR'S BULK and FANCY %
BOX CHOCOLATES       *
+
t
*
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4-HB awB <(Kt 4-flfr
ify u!r tB* ify
♦♦•M-^+****+***++**+»*+-:--*+
WANT ADS.
ROOMS KOIt KENT—With or without housekeeping facilities. Apply
Mrs. Stender, Cranbrook St.   lllltf
FOIt SAI.K—Whit,- Wyandotte pullets, April hatched. Good laying
straia. 51.25 each, Box (1. Herald. :mtf
KOIt SAI.K.  BARGAIN — Ono 7-
passenger McLaughlin-Buick Touring car.     First   rlnss   condition.
Sec G. C. Robson, Lumberton, C.C,
;lott
WANTED- C.ws,
fresh.   Apply Box
fresh  or  coming
(U>l Cranbrook
851 f
FOR SAI.K—I.ot
cheat) f°1' cash.
Crnnbrook.
>n Lumsden Ave.,
Apply Box "•'!<».
85-87
WANTED —Young woman or young
mnn of good nddross for lucrative
spare time or whole thm- employment, canvassing friends tor ca-'-
ily sold seasonable liiu1. Write advertiser, llox 2X7. Cranbrook. 85tf
FOR SALE—Ono ateel bottom, top,
and front Queen Heater, with
hearth and jrnanl rails. Apply to
Box 458, or Mrs. A. II, Blumenauer. Ultf
NOW  IS  THE  TIME
TO GET YOUR
Heaters and Cook Stoves
We have a good selection of then,
• ALSO
Dre.tcrl    •    Beds Davcrtpnrta
Kitchen nnd Rocking Chain
Sewing Machine      ■      Bnhy CnrrinRe
Tabic. Rug.      -      Etc.
anil all kinds of
OVERCOATS and RUBBERS
WE BUY,  SELL,  OR EXCHANGE
YOUR LAST CHANCE
TO GET ONE OF THESE
WEATHER PROPHETS
This coupon will not appear here again. If yon haven't mailed
or brought four coupon in yet, act quickly, for our supply will not
last loaf.    Our price,    while they last, only 70c.
COUPON
This
Coupon
and
79c
Good (or
One
$1.00
Weather
House
Prophet
Made in Canada
AN LXCLLLENT GIFT FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Wlu n the woathcr is fine, tlu1 two children will be out, and when
rainy weather is approaching the witch will come out N to 21 hours
ahead ot rain or mow. The hydrometer will tell advance weather
report-: ln-tlir nnd more relinbly than general weather rcpot-U. It
also has thermooietei, elk's head, bird's nest, etc. Mail orders lllc
extra for pneking and postage.
CRANBROOK DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD.
CRANBROOK, B.C. PHONE i4
THOMPSON & PETERSON
Second Hand Dealers
Cranbrook end Kimberley
Box IIB       -     -     •       Hunt 1*
Have vim seen the new shipment uf—
Ladies' Coats and Hats
in llu* latest styles,   There arc some remarkable values that
cannot In- beaten elsewhere.   It will pay you tu ste ns fur
your winter supplies
Kootenay Trading Co., Ltd.
QUICK  SERVICE  and  PROMPTNESS
BAKI1R STREET      ....        CRANBROUK, B.C

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