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Array THE C
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PR0B1NC1AL  I.IBRA.FT
Apr. 1-1IH
BROOK HERALD
VOLUME   ti
CI.AMil.OOK, B.C., FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER  14th, 1028
.N U -M B E it   i 9
City Council has
Much Business
Regular   Session   Wednesday
Evening Brings Up Many
Varied Questions
The regular meeting of thu clly
council was held on Wednesday evening when several matters of lmpor
(ance came up for consideration.
Although convening on time it wiih
after ten before (the regular work
commenced, owing to the time taken
up hy various delegations.
Mr. A. G, BownesB, representing thi
curling riuii, requested permission or
tlio council to rent thu rink on the
Hiiino terms uh usual, namely $860,
which lie said would lie paid immediately. Alderman Balment was of tho
opinion that tho offer uf lhe curling
club should ho accepted, Mr. C, B,
Dough, representing the hockey cluli,
asked that tho hockey boys and the
children of tho city bo given consideration lu lbe matter of the use of the
rink. Ho claimed there had heen a
very successful hookey season lust
year but that a covered rink was
necessary, ho was not opposed to the
curlers, but felt, that some arrangement might he made whereby both
might be accomodated. Mayor Cameron was of tbe opinion that tbe proposition was a husiness ono and tliat
tlie curlers wero there witli the money. Attempts had been made to run
the skating rink and these bad not
been successful. Through tlie curlers
renting It from season to season the
city had been able to keep It going,
hut he would like to see some provision made for hockey. Mr, G. T.
Molr stated that he was Interested in
hockey and would like to see that
the boys got a clinnce. Accomodation
wns necessary, however, and he
strongly endorsed the remarks of Mr.
Gough. Mr. Bowness, in speaking
again, reviewed the history of hockey
In the city, claiming it could not be
financed. Alderman Balment said the
question came up from year to year
and that this rental had been counted
on in striking their assessment. It
would be necessary to enlarge tbo
rink to accomodate the hockey boy-
and he would like to see something
done for them. Alderman Bronsdon
was anxious that sports should be
stimulated. Ho realized that the
hockey boys were very enthusiastic
nnd would doubtless tie discouraged
if no attempt to provide accomodation
for them was made, hut he felt that
It was incumbent upon them as councillors to study the ratepayers position, bo felt that it was a straight
husiness proposition and If the cnrlers
were offering tlie same money as last
year they should have the preference
He proposed that next year the matter
should lie gone Into. Alderman Cam
eroii felt that when the city took over
the rink it was primarily for the children, nnd that they were just as much
entitled to It aa the curler*!, though
ho was one himself. He did not believe they should he forced to rent it
to tho curlers at point blank aH it
were. He felt that the fate of hotkey
would l*e sealed liy such an action
He would rather forego tb-' $:!r,o and
let the young people enjoy themselves, Alderman Jones considered thai
both tlio skating and the hookey
might he arranged for He was favorable to lb»' motion ol Alderman
Cameron to postpone coriatdoration
of tlio question for two weeks us no
harm could be done In so doing Al-
dernian Flowers thought that they
Should not be too hasty in deciding
nnd tliat the matter should he laid
OVW Tor consideration It was moved
hy Mdcrmau Bronsdon. seconded by
Alderman KHby (bat Ihe council rent
the rink to the curling club for $350.
Aldermen Cameron and Jones moved
innmondmcnl that the matter be laid
over. Alderman Flowers voted With
Ihe amendment, (tu the vote being
put tbe same diyfslon took place ami
Mayor Cameron gave tbe casting vole
In favor of tbe motion to rem Mr.
Gough wished lo discredit any statement that thoy had tried to slip anything over on tho curlers.
Mr . W. J, I'ren, General Siiperlu
tendenl of eastern Hues, e.i'ii at
Montreal, addressed the council in
regard to lbe old fair grounds. Mr.
I'ren related tho difficulties of Ihe
old fair bOafdi und how when he was
here In 190-11-12 he bad been prevailed upon to advance the sum of
$3000, taking a first morgnge on tbo
property. The money bad been given
ns nn accomodation but instead of being supported by the people he had
heen dealt very shabbily with. Ho
did not consider that be should have
to benr the burden alone. Tn all it
had cost him $7000. He was prepared to Roll to tho city for $5000 cash,
and claimed that It was worth $20,000
to $30,000. The offer was open to
Januray 1, otherwise ho would bo
forced to realize what he could,
which would be more than $5000 by
^cropping the buildings. Tbo mayor
and all the councillors spoke In favor
of the matter being considered, but
that January 1st was too soon for
tho necessary action, which meant a
plebiscite to ths people. Host felt1
that tbers had town a breach ot good
C. P. B. PRESIDENT
AM) OFFICIALS TO
VISIT CRANBROOK
MUSICAL SOCIETY FOR
CHILDREN TO HE FORMED
ON MONDAY NEXT
faith and that the matter should receive consideration. Mr, I'ren couriered that from a business point of
view tlie prospects of Crauhrook
were of tlie brightest. Notice of motion was given that at the next meeting of the council a by-law would be
Introddced that would he presented
the ratepayers for their endorsa-
t i"n at the next elections.
Mr. Fred Scott speaking for a delegation from the Ttetial Mrechants Association, reported thirty body*, ba.1.
considered tlie matter of tbe lighting
of Baker Street, and decided in their
opinion it. would be a great improvement to the city to have cluster stands Installed, the rost of same to
be defrayed, it necessary, by frontage
Mr Wilson, in endorsing lhe
r.sal. stated that ho noticed on hi*.
Woodland;  lion. Presidents: Mrs. M,
Forrest,  Mrs. Joe Jackson, Mr,  J.  P.
Pink, Mr. P. M. MacPherson.   Musical
Director: Mr, a. IS, Bowor, L ii.a M
A.it.C.M.
Tbo ollios of President, Vice pres
idem, Secretary, Treasurer, and the
members of the executive will be oiec-
ted from among Lhe scholars.
Instruction will bu given in the
elements of music, class singing ami
orchestral playing. A monthly subscription of lit cents is at present suggested.
Party Due lo Reach This City I   II iH proposed to form a choral and
Next Week On Annual Tour    |Orchestral society amongst the chil-
Of The System dreri attending the public schools In
-—_«■ ! Cranbrook,  and  a   meeting  fur this
E, W. Beatty, president of tlie C.P. I purpose will bo held on Monday, Sept.
It., lias set out on his annual tour of 17th, at 4.15 o'clock  iu  Miss  Wood-
Inspection over the company's  lines.! land's room.
He I.; being accompanied by a number:    The following have very kindly con-
of Canadian Pacific directors, and thejsentcd to Inko Office:      Patron, Miss
trip win probably prove of more than
usual Importance in view of tho many
Important   Questions connected with
transportation llial are under discussion   iu   the   west,    The   parly   of
directors will consist of Sir Herbert
Holt, Montreal: Mir Augustus Naulon.
Winnipeg;   .1.   K.   I,,   (loss.   Montreal.
nml w. n. Tiitey, K.c, or Toronto
Vlre-l'resldeui A IV MacTier will ac
company lhe president ns far as Con
Arthur.
The parly left Montreal al
8.56 a.m. on September 0th, lim
made the first stop ut Toronto, leaving
tbe next day for Port Arthur and Fort
William. Winnipeg was to lie reached
ou the Otli, where u stay will be made
until tbo 12th. Short stops will ulso
ho made al Brandon, Regiiui, Moose
Jaw, Medicine Hat, Calgary and Itcv-
filstoke.
Vancouver will be reached on Sept.
15th. from where the party will go to
Victoria, and possibly to Skagway by
tlie Canadian Pacific, Coast steamship
service. Tlie party will leave Vancouver on the return journey on Sept. 24,
and will come east by Penticton.
Nelson, Kootenay Landing and the
Crow's Xesl Pass, arriving at McLeod
on Sept. 2ti. They are due to reach
Cranbrook on the night of tlie 25th.
probably leaving tlie 26th, ■nnd Edmonton will he reached on the 27th
and Saskatoon on the 28th, after which
tbe party will move to Winnipeg and
Will leave there on the night of Sept.
30th.
It is possible that during their stay
in this city a visit will be made to the
new concentrator at Kimberley.
TWO NEW SCHOOLS
OPENING IN  DISTRICT OF
CRANIl'K INSPECTORATE
With the reopening ot the new
school term last wekk, two additional
chools havo been opened iu the district ot the Cranbrook inspectorate,
according to Mr, V. Z. Manning, the
inspector. One of these is a new
echool at Sand Creek, between Wurd-
ner and Jaffray, where there are the
requisite number for a new school.
A new building was put up by the
ranchers of that section in anticipation thai the department would sanction tlio step, and this has now been
lone. The oilier new school opened
is ai .-.Ik Prairie, wliich has been
dose/1 for some time, and has now
been reopened.
At Hull River, the school will no
carry the status of a superior school
ibis year, some scholars from Ward-
iter who were going to take their first
year high school work I here not being
able to do so.
It is stated that there was a sliglil
surplus of teachers in the district,
lint it is believed that nil will get
positions if they have not already
done so, though not all were able to
gel placed in the province,
Mrs. Dan Sawyer, or Wycliffe, i*
•unfilled lo the hospital at present
md Is reported as doing quite well.
Enrolment at
Schools Growing
With Four New Rooms in Use
Two Classes Still Not Properly Aeeomodnted
With the fall session ot the public
school a week old, things are running
smoolhly iu tlie Cranbrook public
schools, Despite the facl thai Miss
A. Woodbind, the principal, laid four
new rooms at her disposal nt the
Central school It was found necessary
on account of ihe large number ol
pupils eiiteilug this term to again
utilize the annex school. The enrolment Is at present 673 with more pu-
ptls yet to return. Willi the additional rooms iu use tlie double classes
will not lie necessary except in one
of ilie primary divisions. The new
teachers, with the grades io which
thoy have been assigned are as follows: Mrs. Wesley, Grade 7; Miss
Campion. Grade 6; Miss Wright,
tirade 6; Miss Baimermun. Grade 5;
Miss Paul, tirade 5; Miss Freeman,
Grade 2, At the south ward school
the number iu attendance is about
the same as hist year, 7t) being on the
roll there. The principal. Miss K. N,
Sing, is taking Grades 2 and li, while
Miss 1. M. Floury 1ms charge of the
two classes iu grade 1. The Kootenay Orchards school is iu charge ol'
Miss Winnie Lippetl, lbe enrolment
there being Oibout tbe same as last
term, 20.
At tlie high school, three out of the
four teachers ure new comers to the
staff, Mr. Barclay being oil tho stuff
last year. The now members are Mr.
H. U Porter, B.A., of Yarmouth, Nova
Scotia, Mr. T. L. Davis, B.A. of Slo-
ciiu, and Miss Gladys Porter, B.A. of
Vicloria. The enrolment this year is
107. The classes this year will he
designated hy grades continuing lu
number from the hlghesl in the public
school. Tlie first year is now tirade
0, while 10 ami 11 are tlie second and
third years resectlvely. Tlie final
year is particularly light, only fourteen pupils being in attendance.
MUSICAL SOCIETY TO
INSTITUTE   DKIYE   FOR
MEMBERSHIP THIS FALL
ODDFELLOWS ENJOY
ANNUAL OFFICIAL VISIT
FROM GRAND MASTED
,1
WILL THE PRINCE OF
WALES COME TO THIS
DISTRICT FOR HUNTING
that the cluster light
in general use. This was
prefernhlo to the system of Individual
lisbis over the places of husiness, tli,'1
standard system Indng turned on and
off hy the city, whereas the other was
uncertain. Discussion took place as
tn the removal of the present poles
frnin tlie streets to the lane. Tlie
matter was referred tn ihe engineer
and Hie light committee for report.
Mr J, P. Fink reported thnt the
Merchants' Association had discussed
the matter of the visit of President lv
A letter from Dr. G-tten regarding
i he nuisance ground was refored to
the hoard of works.
■ A cornphtiut wna received from Mr. i
tieorge Anton, proprietor of tlie nem
Vicloria Cafe, as to the basis of charging for tbe current consumed at his
eafo. It was felt that Mr. Anton bad
jtlst grounds for complaint, hut that
nothing could bo done until a revision of ihe rates is made, which, upon
motion of Alderman Bronsdon will
recent trip through seveml American j ll(1 lllll,(M.nik(M, by the 1[gUt committee
was ll|e j .,*ni  the  city   engineer, and  a  report
I made at the next regular meeting of
1 the council.
A letter from Major H. R Hicks,
water rights engineer, showed that
the   city   was   using   about   twice   as
[much water as they were entitled to.
over six cubic feet per second, where-
,:is   their  license  tailed   ror   2.S.       As
I this amount meant a consumption per
capita of over i>00 gallons, it was concluded that there was an enormous
loss somewhere. Should tbe olty be
compelled to keep  within  their Hc-
Humors   Current   That    Fort
Steele May Enjoy Stay By
"Huron Renfrew"
As Intimated lu tbe Herald last full,
rumors are now current, with regard
to a -possible visit of .;-.e Prince of
Wales, who is now travelling in Canada under tbe title of Baron Renfrew,
to this part of Britishr Columbia, il
being reported that arrangements are
being made at Fort Steele for tho accomodation of bis Royal Highness, if
he visits that section on a hunt for
big game. It is rumored that the
| White Uiku district may he visited,
(the party going in by Canal Flats.
Hire abound game of all descriptions.
List fall the Herald intimated to its
renders tbe possibility of such a trip,
Commander Pilchard, It X. who has a
hunting lodge nt White Lake having
extended an invitation to the Prince
^0 partake of tho hunting wliich
abounds there.
W. Beatty to Cranbrook. and  recided| [,|1S(.' „,(1V Wltull, ho ,„ iUm«ulty.   The
thut steps should be taken to secure
his consent to be present at a banquet to be given on tlie occasion of
his visit here. He felt that tbe work;
the company was doing In the district
ami the benefit derived being considered, au opportunity of this kindl
should nol he lost In showing due appreciation.
\U\ Bronsdon felt that some tangible expression such as suggested
should he made. ll wns finally dec-■
ided that the council would co-operate
With lbe hoard or trade in a reception
lo the distinguished visitor. A com-,
mlttee of Aldermen Bronsdon ami
Iblnenl. along with Mr. J. P. Fiuk.j
ns representing the hoard of trade:
were appointed to meet Superintend*
ent t it. Flett ou Thursday mor-
nltig relative to the despatching of a
proper Invitation to the president. As
a  result of tills meeting oil Thursday
morning a wire wiih sent to Mr. 1*\ W.
Patera  al   Vancouver
clt>'s iuvltntloni^B
At I0.lt) the council proceeded with
tlie passing of accounts nnd the consideration of the department reporls.
From tbe works report it was noted
that the committee is active In the
matter of keeping the lanes free from
city engineer reported that from the
flow in Hie sewer it was evident that
Ihe waste was not due to over-con-
sumptlon, but must likely through
leaks in the mains, probably in Slut-
ervllTe. Efforts were heing continued to locate the leakage, and also to
secure an addition to tlie license held#
by (he city on St. Joseph's creek.
A leller from Messrs. Lawe & Fisher, lawyers of Fernie, ro tlie complaint of Mr. Harry Hearn, was read
and laid on the table.
Action on arrears owing to the city
hy some availing themselves of the
bettor housing sthenic is to he tnk-
i n al  once.
The police commission, through tlie
mayor, referred iho ma ter of the application for cluli licenses from Dave
Itaird ami Jack Armour to tlie council, ibe commission4ioi being in favor
of granting  same,  but   putting  It  up
to Iho ouncll,      Tbe matter was tald
extending the|over till next meeting.
The action of the mayor In making
a transfer nf monies invested by tbe
city from one security to another, wns
sanctioned by tlie council. By this
a difference in interest tn the city In
19 years would uniouut to $2111. The
MEETING OF W.VHDNEH
FARMERS* l>STITUTE
AT MAYOOK ON 22nd
Tlie next meeting of the newly-formed Wardner Fanners' Institute will
li3 held In ihe schoolroom. Mayook.
on Saturday, 22nd last, at 7.30 p.m.,
When the committee on "Co-operative
Threshing" will give their report.
Discussion afterwards.
On   Monday evening a meeting  of ,
the executive  oi  the Musical  society ^ elCOmed   .at   .Sjiechll     Lod;
was   held   at   the   Y.M.C.A.   building       ^S*1""  PgllOWed l)J  Social
when matters of interest to tbe sod- EYeiUUg
ety were gdno into. A special com-1
mlttee, was uppointed to look into the
matter of securing a room for the
rehearsals. The matter of the reorganization of the band wns left to
another committee. It was also decided to at once institute a drive for
membership. Ail Indications point io
;i very guccessful Reason with the
musical society.
While noi connected with ihe Mua-
ieal Society it is of interest lo learn
tliat under tbo leadership ot Mr. tl
!•:. Bower a junior .Musical and Orches*
Iral society is being organized, The
Rotary Club are sponsoring ihe undertaking witii a substantial grant.
IV E D D IN G S
G'AMTBBU,. IMTTKKSOS
A marriage with quite a coloring
of romance took place on Saturday
evening at the Presbyterian Church
manse, when Miss Jean Black
Patterson, of Blairmore, became the
bride or Mr. Frank Campbell, of Kimberley. B.C. Miss Patterson bad hut
two days previously graduated as a
full fledged nurse from the St. Bugone
hospital, receiving her diploma Oil
Thursday evening wllh the remainder
of the class. The presence nf her parents iu the city from Blairmore to
attend tbo graduation exercises, bow-
ever, provided n good opportunity to
step into a still higher profession, and
so on Saturday evening tbe decision
was made td hold the wedding tliat
same evening, many friends joining
in the happy gathering that took
place after tlie coreniony, including
ihe nursing probationers at the hospital, anil members of tlie Rehekah
lodge or which tho bride was a member, The ceremony look place at Hie
Presbyterian mouse in Iho presence
of tlie bride's mother and father and
brother, wlio had come to Cranlironk
lo he present at lhe graduating exercises. Tho bridesmaid was Mi**s
Elizabeth Lyons of Fernie. a nurse at
the St. Eugene hospital, while the
groom was supported by Mr. William
Cameron of Kimberley. After the
ceremony tho party adjourned to the
Victoria Cafe where a most enjoyable
Wedding supper was served, about
twenty sitting around the restive board
Following this the happy couple were
driven about tbe city to the customary accompaniment ou such an occasion. The bride was considered a
very efficient nurse and was a favorite
at tiie hospital, many patients who
havo been Ihere during her term of
service testifying lo her kindly care.
Mr. Campbell, who is a muster carpenter at the Kimberley mine, is well
and favorably known there, He was
a patient at Die St. Eugene hospital
for about six months where he made
tiie acquaintance of his bride-to-be.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Patterson and their
son returned to Blairmore on Sunday
by auio. Mrs. Campbell has returned
lo Blairmore for a short stay before
coming to her new home in Kimberley.
On Thursday eveulng lust Key city
Lodge No. 42, I.O.O.F. met In special
session to welcome the Grand Master
cf British Columbia, Bic. D. M. Proud-
foot, of Nelson, who, accompanied by
Past Oram) Master Tully ot Albert.-,
jurisdiction, was in tbe district paying official visits to the various lodges.
After the formal opening u( the
lodge and the customary welcoming
n marks, the members and visitor*
present were treated to two very able
nd dre SB es hy the visiting brothers of
Orand Lodge, ou the aims and objects
of Oddfellowship, and the progress be
ing  made  by  tbe  order us  a  whole.
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mphaslzed by District Depu
blent Mrs. .1. McCallum.
Promptly at ll o'clock the
aides   having   been   cleared.
'lour Introduced to the brooi
tnorgetic brother, dancing
he order of the evening ;n
;traiim of Robluoon'i orcbe
Lssombted company Indulge
loclal dance till aboul one at,
and
i by
W. <;. Morton lefi . - Saturday for i
t.-ree weeks holiday intending to visit
i:i Montreal, Kingston am! other eastern points before bis return.
Mr.   Neil,   engineer   on   the   swlti
engine is away on a month's holiday!*
and during hts absence Peny' Oraham
of Cranbrook is in charge of bis engine—Sirdar News, ('region Review
The Musical Society will meet for
ti:eir first practise of tlie season
8.15 on Monday ovenlnz next ir. the
r.:oms over the Lester <'l^pp store
All members are remitted to bring
their music with them.
Mrs. Oswald, mother of Mrs. Lemon.
f Marysvllle,  who bus been  visitin?
her  daughter  at   Marysvllle  for the
past two weeks, returned to her home
Vtnh  on Thursday.    Mr*=.  Lemon
went as far as Spokane.
Jos. Kauffman anil M. Williams, orf
Shelby, Montana, representing the
\dums - Zimmerman oil interests
spent tlie night of the 13th in Cran-
hrook. W. .1. O'Haire, mayor of Sunburst. Montana, accompanied them.
These gentlemen are heavily interested In the Kevin-Sunburst oil field?
ami iu their respective towns. \V. J
Dilworth, representing Tamilian oil
•ompanies is also in the city.
rubbish and the co-operation of the I the deal,
merchants is asked in this.      Three j   The fire
minor fires were reported.     Tbe water committee reported several line extensions made last month, and the hydrants nre being systematically kept
in as perfect working   condition
possible.
Provincial Flro Marshall McDonald
Is again in tbe city on a trip of Inspection.
h. Oullmau of Yahk. Is a patient at
the hospital at present, getting treatment for au injured hand.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hoe returned
this week from Vancouver, where Mrs.
Hoe has been for some time In the
Interest of her daughter's henlth. The
little girl is doing as well ns can be,
expected.
(iTi Wednesday evening a meotlllR
of the Retail Merchants Association
was held, the principal business being In regard to mailers referred to
in Ihe council ^rei-ort. namely lhe
better Illumination of Baker Street
and the reception to President Beatty.
What looks to he one of tig most
bold and open  faced  robberies that j
city had to pay *R47 In cash to efrect |hlia taken place for years was report-
.IKCKS-WASllltltOOK
A very pretty wedding took place
at St Augustine's church, Lethbridge,
when Miss Alberta Washhrook and
Mr. Horatio Edgar Jecks. eldest son
of Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Jecks of this
city were united in marriage ou Wednesday afternoon. September 12( h. ||^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Tbe bride entered the church on the K H Wedeklnd, for many years b
arm  ot  her father and was prettily | n.si)ient of Spokane, died in San Fran-
isco. Cal.. about six weeks ago, ar-
MUST SUPERINTENDENT
OF TRAIL SHELTER IS
DEAD AT SAN FRANCISCO
atilred in pumpkin shade crepe trim
mwi wiih brown fur. ami bat to match
ami carrying a bompiet of ophella
roses. Miss Eva Pearson attended the
lirlde aud was tastefully atlired In
brown canton crepe tltimmed with
pumpkin shade ribbon to match the
shade worn by the bride. She curried
a bounuRl of carnations. Th" bridegroom was attended liy Mr. Lawson
Turcott After the ceremony a tew
intimate friends returned to the home
of Mr O Washhrook wliero the wed-
dtim break fas i wns Bt»rved The happy
couple left oi the afternoon train for
Calgary and on their return they will
take up their residence in Lethbridge.
A In,,,.. Mil „r wedding gifts form.|i|B hnm(. ,„ San p„no|MO
friends showed the youiii; couple to. 	
have many well wishers at the outset |
cording to Information recently received. It is understood that deceased
contracted arsenic, poisoning while
conducting experiments on arsenical
ores from n mine near Lovelo k. NVv.
in which he was Interested and to
which he hul devoted much of bis
time of lute years.
Mr. Wedeklnd was the first super*
intendeiil of the Trull stneber after
construction hy F. Augustus Heinle
about   '-'S   years   ago      Later   he   was
engaged in mining operations wit)1
Spokane as headquarters, hut over 16
years ago be left for Xevada ami Othet
districts   in   the   Southwest, making
way   to   Berlin,     The happy
of their married lire.   The groom hasjtwli(i). rrnn,)rnnk )M| v,-..,,.,,.,.,
many   friends   In this city  where ills
home wa1- for many yenrs.
limits by-law was amended, taking out of the second class fire
limits tiie block In tho rear of the
city hall, and the whole block between Fenwlck nnd Garden Avenues
ns,nnd north from Louts Street to tlie
lane south of Baker.
Aldermen Balment and Flowers mo-1 The trades license by-law will be
veil that the council convey to Mr. tonsidered at a special meeting of the
Nlblock   their   appreciation   of   bis council.
promptness In reporting the flro at j With the permission of the chair, a
tho power substation, but for which! recess was allowed when Ibo alder-
Ihe loss sutsained might have been moil extended congratulations to Aid.
considerable. W. W. Kllby ou tho occasion of his
The dairy inspector reported all I recent marriage, tn which Mr. Kilby
dairlea la good umdttkm. nwte luting reply.
ec on Friday of last week from Win
dermere. From tho evidence In the
hr.nds of the police it appears that at
least two persons visited the private
boat houses at Windermere and re-i
moved an outboard engine belonging
to E. T. Cooper of Cranbrook and one
of tho same character belonging to
Charles Ellis. They also took a canoe
and then became possessed of a
bunch belonging lo A. M. Chlsbolm.
With all these in their possession thoy
made off down the Columbia river In
tht, direction of Oolden. Tho police
am in pursuit nnd the chances nre
that ero long the culprits will be
caufht nnd brought to justice.
At   th
Calgary
last, n \
mph
.^.,.,.—^-^-— ' I
ami have taken up their residence on
French Avenue in tiie runner iiiii
borne. On Thursday night tbe peaci
I of that section of tlie community was
hurch of St. Barnabas at)disturbed by a number or ttit- friends
t   11.80  a.m. on   Saturday! who visited the bride and groom and
|H)\ (...intlHM h
bling of much local interest put on an old lime cbarivaree. Mri
was solemnized when Miss Dorothy D »ve Is very fnvorubly Impressed
Edith Murdock became the wife of | with what she has seen so far of Cnn
Mr. Harold Richard Dove, of Cran-Uda. ami passinp. through the prairies
brook. Rev. H. M. Henderson Offlcla-lat tho time sho did the harvesting
ted. Tlie bride, whoso home Is at!; cones wore keenly appreciated Now
Camhorno. Cornwall, England, cnme among the grandeur of the Rockies
direct, to Calgary, arriving there on j It fs hoped that her new home though
Friday last. The hrldogroom. who Is!many miles from the Cornish b.ome-
the popular accountant at the Royal! land may speedily endear itself to her
Rank, has the war to thank for the nnd the many friends of the bride-
happy event of lust week, having met groom will join ln extending every
Mrs.  Dots lu England while on Us ;.***i wish lo thm.
City Interested
in New Highway
Board ol' Trade Consider* Link-
lug Cp With International
Sccilf Highway
On .Monday a spoclal meeting ot' tha
executive of the board of trade waa
held to consider the matter of their
associating themselves with other
boards of trades or other similar executive hudics interested in the Scenic
International Highway. Thla highway
originally known as the Four Parks
itlghway was officially named at a
-ii >etlng held at Missoula. Montana, on
July -7th\ when the Pulvora Map
Company was commissioned to log,
map anil blase the highway, from
Sail Lake city north through Missoula, White Fish. Gateway, Klko and
around Cranbrook. Windermere, Bauit
Calgary and Fernie circle. Mr. E. C.
Young representing tbe Pulver Co..
met .'.." executive explaining tiie forui-
atlon und plans of the as*>ocia'.ion for
tin* financing of the maps, thai would
be distributed gratis in connexion
with tlio advertising of tlie highway.
In the various places visited along
the  proposed   route,    lbe    Boards of
Trade were ask-'ii to purchase a Quantity ot the maps, on an e.verage a city
,if the else of Cranbrook taking three
thousand Theco they would pay for
, il lave the privilege ot advertising
what they thought fit on (be folders in
regards to the district Failing this
the representative would cauvara Cue
rarioiis merchants io advertise directly uu the folder aad these would then
receive the maps for their own
distribution    in return, the company,
fi r each ^HHik agreed to bo purchased
by tin* board of trade or merchant
would .>i-<* Live tme bock to the head
office of the association for what
might be called foreign advertising
•ver tbe United Slates ami Canada.
Mr ^ .•un*; readied Cranbrook on S.it-
tirday having blaxed de highway from
K!kj to Cra:.tm>ok that day. After
p.- discussion ii was decided that
to definite ai'swL-r could be given immediately '.o the proposition as it was
teemed advisable that the matter of
;*rai.brook'i advertising should be
horoiighly gone Into. This depended
to a certain extent on a meeting to be
held at lnvermere on September 24th,
when with r-prtser.tatives trom Cran.-
Srook. Banff. Calgr.ry. Fernie. and
possibly Sp.*kane a policy with regard
in the matter of district advertising
ind ether matters relative to the tour-
>t traffic would be considered.
Mr. You'-g. v.iiu will be returning tn
about three weeks, cor-scnted to let
!.e matter stand in abeyance, he In
the mt-antine continumg his work in
•be district As soon as the meeting
tt over at lnvermere a decision will
b<- rn.-'de by the Cranbrook board.
Mis*; Bardgett uf the post office staff
*-r.joying a pleasant holiday in Spo
kane.
Mrs. E. G. Dfngley and little daughter Ethel were taken to the hospital
on Tuesday and the many friends of
the family are hoping they will both
register a speedy recovery.
he regular meeting of tbe school
rd .v-is held on Friday evening lasl
when routine matters were attended
o. Salary increases were offered to
.Wo of th" teacher^ in consideration
if their superintending writing classes.
Coming £wnt$
The events noted below ir* those
for which paid advertising appears in
ihis issue, or for which printing work
baa I n done in tbis office.
Thur Frl. .Sat. Sept. 13-14-15 Mammoth Carnival al Kimberley.
Friday * Saturday, Sept 14-15: Harold
Lloyd Special "Safety Latt" at tbe
Star.
Monday A Tuesday. Sept 17-18: Hebe
Daniels and Antonio Moreno in
"The Exciters" at the Star.
Wed. A Thurs.. Sept. 19-20: A ht«
special picture "Children of Jazz"
at the Star.
■Frl. A Sat., Sept. 21-112: Thomas
Meighan in "Homeward Bound" at
the Stnr.
Monday. Oct. 3: Recital by Miss
Theresa Seigel at Methodist Church
at 8 p.m.
Wednesday, Sept. 10: Women's Conservative study olnb meeting at the
home of Mrs. W. B. McFarlane.
Garden Avenue, at ft p.m.
October :n i Uenoflt Musquerade dance
n uf a. T. in tha Auditorium. PAGE   TWO
TIIE   CRANIIKOOK   HERALD
THE   SATISFACTION     THAT
GOOD    WORK    GIVES   IS
WORTH KANY TIMES
WHAT   YOU   PAY.
RAWORTH BROS.
NEXT TO THK POST OFFICE
Cbe Cranbrook herald
Published Every Friday
F. A. WILLIAMS It.    POTTER
Icide it, null Iho more squabbling
there Es over ii parochially the
I more chance there is thai poll-
Itical aud other considerations
foreign io the Issue will be
introduced to iis ultimate det-
riiunt.
Everyone sees the need Tor
iilie completion of :t highway to
the coasl thai will obviate the
lengthy detour into the states
I from the Interior. Neither is
there any doubt but tliat as automobile traffic continues to
grow, so there will be the need
to have both the Hope-Princeton route and the road down the
Fraser canyon ultimately opened up. 11 is only a matter of
time till Imiii roads are built,
aud in tho meantime such dis
Missions as are now proceeding
with Kamloops and Princeton
us their centers, with Hie object of boosting themselves to
Hie belittlemenl of the oilier,
should be discouraged. Hard
feelings arc being engendered
that will take long to die down
and nothing will be accomplished,
Friday, September 11 Hi, 11)2,1
Subscription Price .... yi.CO per jenr
To United State" flf.il per year
"Witt . Mlaalot, Without a Unaala"
Printed or Union l.nh.ir
AiT.rllalnK Ratal on Application.
Chanc. for Advartlatofr MUST tia In
thla offlca Wednesday noon the currant
week to secure attention.
SEPTEMBER 192 J,
IVN HON   IVl   WED   IHU  FRI   Hi
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 141U, 1923
DR. KING SHOULD EXPLAIN
SE.NSKLESb   CONTROVERSY
The discussion between the
rival districts as to the route
which the proposed highway
link through lo the coast from
the interior of the province
should take is rapidly, reaching
the stage wliere it will develop
into a mere sectional squabble,
Time and money are being wasted, aud hot words bandied
back and forth, in an endeavor
to show that one route is entirely superior to the oilier, and
as so often happens in such cases a tendency is noted lo allow
the discussion to roam beyond
the confines of proper relevancy and strict truthfulness. Efforts are being made by both the
Kamloops and Princeton to in-
'i'lie action of Hie minister of
public works for the Dominion
as the responsible minister in
going over the head of the dis-
tricl superintendent of government telegraphs and telephones, loading lo Hie resignation
of tlie official in question, is one
that calls fnr some explanation.
There is no desire to subjeel
the minister to criticism, bin
the published explanation of
he matter from Hie side of Mr.
Stevens places Dr. King in an
unfortunate light, which naturally culls for explanation. To
refrain from offering Ihis will
heighten Jilie (Impression thai
the government Is not only losing an opportunity lo keep lhe
civil service out of politics but
taking every chance to put il
in deeper. Tlie fact lhal an appeal against Hie stand of lhe
superintendent of telephones
was made in Or. King by the
Liberal member for the provincial house for Ihe North Okanagan riding does not help one
to keep an open mind on the
mailer. Tile course of events
in this matter does not run
finite parallel with Hie requirements of the civil service commission, and unless this body
is lo lie allowed to sink utterly
into disrepute. Hie civil service
act should lie lived up In wilh-
Interference on  the
^OOD home-made
-* bread has always
been the chief food
of the cart lis sturdiest
Si races.   None of the.
breakfast foods or
health foods can equal
bread in nourishment.
Good bread is the
most digestible food ns
li well ua the cheapest.
W,^-*Y^"'" ■- '■' '•■"• 'j '--Jm,
il" stiporltitotitlent, who was nrtlng
i',:r the boat Interest* ul' tlio service;
nml in' !i;u! uu right in I'oinstuto the
employee until the civil service com-
rulBBton liiu] tlenlt wiih the ca.su.
Those whu know Mr. Stevens will
accept his statement of the case un-
I'Lflorvouiy, Hi' in knoVu to be a man
whose word is ills bond. Thos,' who
know the inside of politics, ami their
number is large, will t:co tho action of
Dr. King lu i, sordid HgM, that of
minister who was not strong enough
t:> back up u loyal servant, hul bad to
how-low to a few miserable tiui'
servers, whose hacking lu1 woe afnid
to lose.
VVhul can urn' do bul question 11
efficacy of u civil service commission?
lis iippolnlmenl was sound; lis chler
function was io take charge of just
such a ease. In ovorrlllhlg Mr. Stevens, in-. King inis slumped his fingers
ill  'be face of lhe i-ouimi-siiill;   Ile lias
deliberately   flaunted   an   important
Stllllll Id   he  Ins  SBClitlCOtl  I \
cedent superintendent.
Liberals uml Conservatives alike
will demand u full uml unprejudiced
eniiulry. Tlie matter should nol wall
until tiie house sits, Kamloops stun
ilard Sentinel.
I lory trom lhe first or October. They
motored iu Horn Nelson, and are
making a lour of the system in tho
district, leaving for Windermere on
Tuosday to inspect progress ou tlie
work of connecting the Windermere
nml Columbia valleys willi Cranbrook.
Tbo poles are being placed and wires
strung und connection will be made
witli Port Steele this fall. Later the
telephone line will probably be cou-
linued   north  hy  way  ot tbo  Uanff-
FBOM THK VIEW-POINT
OF
OlTK CONTEMPORARIES
TWENTY  YEARS AGO
Extracts from 'lhe Crnnbrook
Herald of Ibis dale. 190.?.
N 0 T E S
terest   oiher   districts   in   Hi
province to take a stand in l'a-j01"   a,lv
vor of one route as against the lmr< of ministers of the crown
other, which is neither proper i01' anyone else.
or necessary, since the dala up
on which the question should lie
decided is not in the hands of
the public generally. II is slated that an agltatioi
The government has allowed'is being slarled in the provinc
it to be understood that the to permit lhe sale of beer under
matter has virtually, been de- license, and subject to restric-
cided ou its merits, nnd that due Hons. The government has not
announcement will be made in taken cognizance of the movefile legislature when the vote meni. but il is likely to be
for the road comes up for dis- brought up al the forthcoming
cussion. The goveriiiiiein session of the legislature open-
is   the   proper   body   to   de- ing next month.
Tha Corporation of the City
of Cranbrook
TAX SALE
September 29th
1923, AT TEN A.M.
PAY YOUR DELINQUENT TAXES BEFORE TIIE
ABOVE DATE, AND SAV2 YOUR PROPERTY
A LIST OE PROPERTIES WHICH WILL   HE   OFFERED EOR SALE    CAN   HE SEEN AT THE OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK.
Tin: LAST DAY FOR REDEEMING PROPERTIES
SOLD AT THE.1028 TAX
SAW:, IS SEPTKMIIER 29, .1928,
28-31
SWAT THK lUIISI'fr.Ittalt
Beware the whisper nml tlio whisperer. People in low voices arc
spreading their pessimism and poison
throughout i lie land. Their efforts
are being directed against tho banks.
Holders nt' bard-earned savings deposits are told secretly and confidentially that Uieir dollars are in danger;
perhaps that n certain bunk or banks
are sure to suspend payment. Not au
iutu of proof Is produced. The whisperer neither possesses nor needs
proof to spread his propaganda and
cause il to inanifesi itself whore least
expecled.—Toronto Globe.
CASK SHOULD Hi. I'KOBEU
\V. II, Stevens, superintendent of
government telephone and telegraph
iervico, has filled a very important
prt.itlou both to the siUlofnctlon *<f (he
government and the genera! public.
Mr. Slovens was an appointee of the
Conservative government; lie is, ot"
course, a brother of Hon. ll. ll. Ste-
Vulifl, and while Ibis may have served
'.hu well In the pasl. men uf all sort.-,
of political color endorse bis high
lenso of duty nnd ft can lie said tha!
he l.as m> party enemioo.
What were Mio reasons for Mr,
Stevens* resignation? briefly. Hon.
Dr. King, minister of public works.
overrode Mr. Steven.-;' authority by
reinstating an employee who had heen
dismissed by the superintendent.
Pi-. King was guilty of two glaring
faults:   he had no right  to override
■   s run
It fa announced that thu C.P.H. payroll last month for the Crow's Nest
branch will exceed $7r.,<M0. a new
high level mark.
J. F. Armstrong of Fort Steele was
in   tlie  city  tills   week   issuing  strict
instructions in regard to quarnnti.:
for scarlet fever cases.
Work ou the placer mines at Dull
Diver is progressing rapidly, tbe timber for tlie props having been cut
and hunker for the miners' buildings
being ou the ground.
The Labor Day celebration in Cranbrook was the most suecessl-ul over
held in tho city, and all tho outlying
towns ju ttie district were very Humorously represented is tlie crowds.
OFFICIALS OF TELEPHONE
SERVICE VISIT Till- DISTRICT ON INSPECTION
W. II. Stevens, of Kamloops. superintendent, of government telephones
and telegraphs for the past leu years
or so. who is relinquishing the position the end of this month, was in
the city for a short time this week.
Accompanying him were Major ,t, 10.
Qoblei, of Ottawa, acting general superintendent of government tele-
graplla    and telephones,    and    F.    E,
Dowling, formerly of Prince Rupert,
who is laklng'over Mr. Stevens' terri-
\.y
HAVE YOUR
Old Shoes
Repaired
uke NEW
Exccileill IVoiKiiniiisliip
Good Material Used
— SEE OUR STOCK —
beforo buying NEW SIloKS
IV<• Cnn Save Von Stone)'
Tmere rond, lo give a northern
Wiiitli
connection by way ol' the government
lines.
I.
SUMMER SEASON AT
STAB THEATRE CLOSES
Willi CASH DRAWING
liiaiiuiii'iili'il I'ollej oi' lllii Pictures in Dlffictill Tlmo
ul' The Your
'I'll!
III..
Villa
This Is
No Dress
Rehearsal!
A. STRANGE
ARMSTHOJiG AVE.
friliiB
Lee Ging
Tailoring . liry Cleaning;,
Prci .iii),' Itt'jmirinir
IT'S THK
REAL THING!
lie got a Suit, of Clothes Made
by us and is
TICKLED TO HEATH!
•i\
Wc ulao Clean W'lille Furs nml il
||(!k'vi>s ot All Klnils. IIlKh Class 1 i
Work ai Lowest Prices.
Ill Armstrong Ate., Crnnlirook, 1
I', II. Mux m —
H. C LONG,
The Tailor
Villi  Horn*' Street
OppoBlfceC, P. U. Depot
rimne in;    t:    iMionc nil
looked for ilrnwing event
r theatre took place ou
ing last when the mutiugo-
ineul ot the popular peal picture
11011B0 gaVO away I lie sum of ?2r».0ll
Tl e large number in ufLomtUllca allow*
nl tlml ihe snorting instinct is not
[load iu ('ninl)rook mul that n chance
of this kiii:t wns not to be missed. In
order to provide for Un patrons a sull-
able summer program Hie management
hail arranged for three bin pictures
each week and in connection witli thi*;
a largo number of nicely lithographed
hooks descriptive of the plays to he
i.iowit were purchased ami distributed
freo to tho patr 'lis of the theatre
aboul iho beginning of the summer
season. The books were serially numbered and the date announced for a
drawing, when the holders of the hooks
bearing the numbers drawn would
receive $15 nml SlOrespoetively.
At the conclusion of lhe first part
of the program .Mr. L, IV Sullivan appeared, and after refusing to respond
to repeated requests for a sons, proceeded with the drawing. A little
Sir! was called from tiie audience to
do the drawing, Tho first number
was alii but did net have a taker,
tl.e second 593 corresponded with that
In the boolt of tlie book held by Mr,
A. I.. Bryan who was thus the winner
of ?l.'). The calling of the third number, 701. gave the Herald man a shock
:is he held hook Xo. 700. Tills had no
takers, and the next numbers o41 and
500 also had no claimants. Finally
">!is proved to he the number on
Horace Mull la's book, ihis ent it linn
him to ihe $15.
The progrnm for tiie evening consisting of the feature picture "Three;
Wise Foola" and an amusing comedy
was heartily enjoyed by the large au-
lience. Saturday evening another
•apacity house greeted tho showing
of these pictures. The management of
the theatre should be pleased with the
success of the summer schedule which
lias heen accorded a liberal and njipre-
iative patronage. It is stated that
Ihe winter programs include some of
iho latest mid best pictures that can
bo procured.
.JL, BIBLE THOUGHT
J*T — FOR TODAY
Snttirilay, Spptrllllier 1,,
VERY GOOD:—And Uod saw every:
i king Hint he kail made, nnd behold it
was very good,—Gem-sis 1:31
+    +   +
Niiniiiiy, September in
ABUNDANT PARDON:   —  Lot  tho
wicked forsake ills way ond tho un
righteous man kis thoughts: ami lat
him return unto lhe Lord, aud ho will
have mercy upon htm; ami lo our Qod
tor    lie    will    al dually    |iardnn.
Isaiah 65:7.
■I-   -I-   +
.Hominy, September IT
THU dOODNBSS 01' HOH:    - Oli
Mini men would pruisc tlio Lord for
his goodness, ami for Ills ivondorful .
w irks lo the cliildron of inon .   Psolm
107:81,
-I-   -I-   -I-
TueNiluy, September, Is ,
THK OMNISCENT HI'lliK: — Tho
st.lis of u good  man lire ordered by
ike Lord—Psalm 87:88,
+   +   +
Wednesday, Sr|ili'inlier I!)
HOW TO CUT OX:     ■ Ask, and  II {
shall be given you. soak and ye shall '■
find.—Matthew 7:7. |
+    +   +
Thursday. Scpli tnlier I'll
HOW TO GAIN ALL:—Seek ye lir.-t
Ike   kingdom   or  God  and. bis  rlgllt.-
oonsnoss:  and  all  Ihesc  lliintrs shall ,
be added unto you.—Maltkew li:33.
+    +    +
Friday, September il
THE ONLY HELP:—Por 1 the Lord
thy God will hold thy right hand, say-;
ing unto Ihee. Fear nol:  I will lieip
thee— Isaiah 41:13.
PIANO
TUNING
I N T I II  \ T I 0 N
Mr. All In E. Perkins, Expert
Piano   Tuner   nnd   Regulator,
Will be in Crnnbrook within
ten or twelve days and will
make kis usual calls. 28
NOTICE
Jnlncs T. Laiillaw. .Mining Unal-
ni'or and 11,1'. Land Surveyor
lias authorised Allan II. IleWolf
io handle Ills practice during Ills
prosonl absence trom lhe clly.
-SO Aug. L'lind, 1038
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—Net Sticky, Greacy or Smelly
A few cents buys a jar ot "Hair-
Groom" nt any drugstore, which
makes even stubborn, unruly or
shampooed hair stay combed ull day
in any style you like.
Cranbrook Cottage Hospital
(Licensed by Prov. Govt.)
Maternity and General Nursing
Terms Moderate
AHS. A. CRAWFORD,   Matron.
Garden Avenue      -   t'houe 259
THBR6V ALW-V.V" out 'io BB  A
CBRTAIN AM0UN1 of  CD-OPHtfflNl
VIHEN A Wcwaw's*   MAKING
A     FOOL     OUT    OP
V A      MAM',
«*>**- —O,
(
DIHEC'L'OE OF PREHOEE
HIM; RETtTItNS WIlMi
pi,i:ani:i> at progress
Not 111 Tlie Hunks
Pond Mother:   (to    sou    returning
from the first day at school) "Well,
son, what did my Utile pet learn at
school today?"
Littlo Pet: "I learned two kids nol
to call me sissy—by so'kin' 'em on
tho nose."
t   •   •   *
Light 'Hint Fulled
Wife: "Vim used to nay that I wus
the light of your life."
Hubby: "Yes, but I didn't suppose
that you were going to set put out al
every little thing thut I happened lo
say."
Slimmer Hotel Stuff
Guest—"Now look at thin room
right here. It's terrible—sn small
and poorly furnished."
Proprietor—*"Slr, that's a telephone
booth**1
Vin
leilsi-
in;:
olrcle
multii
tllreci
,  Is  III
ill I Ion
tin
returned   from
back tn
new turn
000 feel:
ii will tn
the mini
dlcntlve  ol  the  in-
13.C, mining now be-
eostern financial
ii ot Minor C, Keitli
ni Now York, and ;
Premier mine ac
iis consulting t-n
Ice. Mr. Keith hae
uu Premier with
eporl   wliich will be taken
Vail   Street.     He  Mutes   Hit-
I uf the Premier has passed
;his will be double trucked;
tho main working tunnel ot
nl  tho portal ot which tlie
new 1000-ton mill "'ill ho erected. Tiie
present capacity of liiu Premier mill
is 100 tons a day. Ou the new Georgia
River properly recent exploration
work bus uncovered some excepllou-
' rich free-milling gold ore,
Here and There
CONFLICT WITH OTTAWA
LEADS TO RESIGNATION
OF TELEPHONE 8UPT|
IV.  II. Steven* Overridden  Ity |
Or. king In Iteliistaleiniiil
«f Dismissed Employee
A jersey cow owned by a Montreal man has broken all Canudiaii
records by producing 1,200 pounds
of butter in a yoar.
The average animal per capita
cost from fires in United States is
SU.L'G, while Canada loses $2.73 per
capita by fire; .Spain, $1,86; France,
07 cents; England, 04 cents; Germany, 28 cents, and the Netherlands,
only 11 cents.
Bungalow Camps in the wilds of
Ontario have been opened by the
Canadian Pacific Railway Company
at French River, Nipigon. and near
Kenora, Lake of the Woods.
You Cmi See
Professor—"What
tho least food?"
Student—"Please sir
it;i boles."
I'hrough It
insect   lives
the moth.    It
Traffic through tlie Lachine Canal
during the month of June showed an
increase of two million bushels of
grain and one hundred thousand tons
of coal with increases in pulpwood,
I produce and passengers over the
same month of the previous year.
MONUMENTS
CAMPBELL    *    MTI'IIIK
MIIMHKNTAI,   CO.
>>l*oo
CMNBMOK GLEANERS
AND DYERS
Every (iannent sent to us to be
Cleaned or Dyed Is j:tven
Our Utmost Care.
Onr knowledge of tlio builuops
Is your insurance, of satisfaction
here.    Phone, and we will call,
or bring ua your work.
We clean nnd l)y« Everything.
PHONE  M
Out You Un, Lump
Littlo Willie:   "Hew   old   is   that
lump, nia?"
Mother: "Oil, about  three years."
L. W. "Turn    it    down.      It's   loo
young to smoke."
• *   *   *
• *   •   *
Chestnut   I .inrlie   *niy«—"Chick-
ens In the onr hine wrecked n
tut more autos than chicken- in
the read."
• •   •   •
>'o Misses
Father (to Bobby,    who    bad   just
.illen  down stairs)   —
lid you miss your stop?"
Hobby   (nibbing   his head.
Dad. I hit every one of them.'
Tbe wheat crop of Alberta and
Manitoba has progressed so well on
account of the abundant moisture oi*
the early season that farmers, business men ami railroad companies are
preparing for a harvest in excess of
the record one of 1915. ,
Prince Rupert, B.C., claims the
world's best record for a one trip
fish catch. A fishing schooner ar-
i rived at this port recently after being at sea 14% days, with 38,000
pounds of halibut, which sold for a
sum that netted each man of tbe
crew of five $727.80.
'r.
Mr l. M. Prank says—"Ml imlta
Ions are not in vaudeville—many an
i everyday life."
In the 'Province of Ontario, it is
estimated, the lumber   cut   in   lWi
..„.,      n'n    i amounted to 308.000,000 board feet,
Why Hobli> |and   [n   ;u1(mion   289,113   cords  of
j pulpwood.     The   Province   of   Nova
I Scotia    cut    12^,000,000    feet,   New
; Brunswick 2lo.00o.000 feet, and
j British Columbia 273,148,000 board
! feet.
GEORGE E. BOWER
I..K.A.M., A.R.C.M.,
Uuilnl Director
Ortobrooti Uuttoal Rooi.ty
Tam-licr of Btnglng, Violin ami
rifl.no
Prrimrult.iii  for Munlciil   Rxiim.
(nation*
Ill AKMSI'HOMI AVK.
i'Iiiiiip (lis        Cnnbrook, H.r.
L%idtmi
g-EAGIi: BRAND'
I
.i<Ni)i.N*»i:u miu
&&W MOTH SOMAS, B.t
FREE BABY BOOhS
Wrill It Hi teritt. ts. limit,.].
VArfrfltlVEH.UUdBaWUillm
■Mui
]
KKlulillilieil imis I'Iioik 114
Geo. R. Leask
PIONEER inn.niK
ANI>   CONTRACTOR
Cabinet Work.  Picture Framing
Estimates given on
all classes of work
Oftice: Corner Norbury Avenue
and Edwards Street
The Dominion Express has just
effected a shipment from Hamburg
to Kobe, Japan, in ol! days. The
average time consumed between *.ha
same two points via the Suez Canal
is Ll) days, and the saving thus made
by tlie Canadian route will be of
great Importance In helping make
this country the road between Europe and the Orient.
The total value of the pelts of fur-
bearing animals taken in the L>o-
minion during the season of 1921-22
ma $17,488,800, an increase over
he previous year of $7,2x7,273, or
72 per ct-i.l., and the number of pelts
of all kinds was 4,366,790, an increase over tlie previous season of
•ia per cent. These figures comprise pcltfl of animals taken by trappers and pelts of ranch-bred animals.
Teats of ceramic clay resources in
British Columbia are being plan*
tied this summer by the British
• olumbla   Government,    The  tests
wilt be made Under the auspices uf
'.he Department of Educatiop and
the Department of Industries. There
are many varieties of,clayi in British Columbia and sonic am reported
to lie particularly suited to the
manufacture of hiyh dans pottery
W*. ll. Stevens, superintendent of tin
government telephone and telegraph
service for this part of the
province resigns his position on
Sept. 30th. He has been superintendent of the Kamloops, Okanagan and
Kootenay districts for the past ten
years and under hts supervision it
lias grown from a small system In
1918 of only 82 offlsos aud 550 miles of
long distance lines to a very large ami
efficient system covering 3300 miles
of telephone and telegraph lines with
425 offices and 18 local telephone exchanges such as Merrltt, Princeton
and others throughout the south
era portion of the province.
He tendered hts resignation on July
:>() to the department because of the
action of Dr. King, minister of public
works Insisting on the re-appointment
of tbe night operator ut Vernon alter,
she had been dismissed hy the department some time ago. Mr. Stevens
was Instructed hy Ottawa at that time
to ffll the position by advertising tint
same according to the rules of tho
civil service, which was done. In the
meantime the mutter was taken up
with the honorable the minister of
public works by the local provincial
member at Vernon and the result was
hat the minister Instructed that the
iperator be reinstated.
.Mr. Stevens protested to the point
that be advised the minister that he
would have to resign. In doing so he
acted solely from a high sense of dut-
and takes his stand on the principle
ihat the action of the minister was
out of order and should net go unchallenged.
Mr. Stevens has woritcti bard to
living tbo department up t>i ita present
i ate and looked forward to a greater
i.cvtlopment o: the system and fm
ther extensions lncludlnc the link
in:- up of the Kootenay w!tn the Ok-in-
agan and the Interior with the coafl!
ell .'es.
F. Dowling. district supev'ntendeu!
i* Prime P.upcrt, has bsen transfer
red to Kamloops to take Mr. Stevens'
position and they are now making a
tour of the system embraced in the
districts covered.
^^Jy^/^
BRIER
TRADE  MARK
REGISTERED
73
Sir
A reduction of express rates on
westward moving business between
Europe and Canada was announced
by the Foreign Department of the
Dominion Express Company recently. This reduction on westbound
shipments follows a similar cut en
shipments finm Europe io Canada
made a little while ago, and amounts
to a reduction of approximately
twenty per cent, on the lians-ocean
trip 1 The rates came into effect en
July 9 between all points in Canada
and Europe,
CRANBROOK CARTAGE & TRANSFER CO.
Towrl** & Ailmns
Agontu for Hard and Soft Coal.   Distribution Cara a
Specialty.   Excellent Warehousing.
SAND anil GRAVEL
OPPOSITE C.P.B. DEPOT
TtUpktH II
C KAMI HOOK, ll.C.
P.O. I«i 111
WINDERMERE
DISTRICT NOTES
(Special to the Herald)
lnvermere, B.C., Sept. 8.
George Poster. Conservative leader in
ihe senate at Ottawa, has been here
with Lady Foster on h visit to Mr. A.
M. Chisholm of Windermere aud also
to Mr. R. Randolph Bruce of Pynelogs
Hall.
R. Oladwyn Newton, B.8.A.. superintendent of the government experimental station here leaves shortly for
ihe coast to take la the fair circuit.
In the same connection Mr. T. W.
Turner of "The Besveis" is touring
■entrnl southern B.C. with the farm
xhihit.
Rev. Wilford Sandilands wlio le-
eeutly resigned us vicar at Ashcroft,
B.C., lias been givfen a charge ait
Powell River. He and Mrs. Sandilands
have been visiting government agent
Eveloyn M. Sandllauds and Mrs. Sand-
Hands, at Wilmer. for s<m>e weeks
past,
A new book which should be of bile ret to the lovers of the ways ot
fndtfini has just made its appearance
from the presses of the MftoMIUan
Co., Ltd., of Toronto. It Is entitled
••Indian Days," and U frdm the pen
of r. Marlus Barbsau. of Hie Victoria
Museum, Ottawa. It ls well Illustrated In color from pastel portraits of
Kootenay and Stoney Indians made
by Ungdon Klin, the New York artist.
References in the part of the work
relating to the Kootenays of the Kootenny districts are made as helm;
gathered specially tor the work by
Basil O. Hamilton of this place, who
spent much of lust fall nnd winter)
lu collecting the material.
EAGER TO COME TO CANADA
This photograph was taken at the European bead office of tbe Canadian Pacific Railwav in London, England, and shows a number of men who were Induced by the special harvesters rate to make fur*
ther enquiries with regard to the scheme and conditions to be expected here after the harvest Neariv
five thousand men, the finest to come within the Canadian immigrant class in years were recruited bs
the Canadian Pacific, and lack of steamship accommodation necessitated the c*.o*ir.jr of the door* asa:ns'i
llmost as many mure. * "
ASKING TO GET CROW'S
MOST PASS UNDER JURISDICTION OF IM'„ A.A.U.
LEGISLATURE WIU.
NOT SIEET TILL LAM
WEEK IN OCTOBER
Dr. Davidson, late president of the
Amateur Athletic Union of B.C., who
was recently In the city in the interests of tint organization, gave a
report on hla tour of the province at
the recent annua] meeting of the
union at the coast.
In his animal report Dr. Davidson
reported tho formation of uew local
boards in the West Kootenay, Main
Line and North Okanagan districts,
Organization of boards in the East
Kootenay and South Okanagan were
also proceeding, he reported.
It was decided to ask the annual I jmjt -p.",
meeting of the A.A.I', of Canada to
revise the old undertaking whereby
the Crow's Nest district conies under
the Jurisdiction of the Alberta branch.
Tlie organization of the B.C. body has
now reached a status wliere this district should come under Us jurisdiction.
R. C. MncD.-t.r.ld nf New Westminster was unanimously elected presl-
.lent of the provincial branch after
Dr. Davidson withdrew his nominations, Dr. Davidson has served two
years and    has    been    active In the
branch since it>os.
The provincial legislature has been
called to meet on Monday, October
29th. It is announced that tbe Question of redistribution will be discussed by a caucus of the government
party before tlie sestou opens. It is
predicted that the session will be
short anl that the members will be
back to their homes for the Christmas
holidays.
The Liberal executive has decided
not to have a convention of the par-,
this year in advance of tbe meeting
of the legislature as the time will not
breaking away from tbe
decision of the party arrived at du
ring the last convention in Nelson,
when it was- understood a convention
would be held before the legislature
■■:■■ :.- -!
Premier Oliver, in addresfng the
members of the Libera] executive recently, announced that the matter of
providing the connecting link between
the coast and interior highway systems will be dealt with at the approaching session. He also expressed
the belief that the decision of the
Federal government in the freight
rates case would be favorable to the
province.
Wilson's Daughter
In Business Now.
A FREE BOX
Why
Not The
Best?
Here's a chance to
prove to your own
satisfartiiui, and at
onr expense,that Zam-
Buk does end pain
aud heal sores and
skin diseases.
Mail this advertisement and lc stamp
(for return postage)to
Zam>Buk Co., Dupont
St., Toronto, and wc
will send you free
box.
Lethbridge, Alta.—The growing of
white benns has been succesTully curried on on the Irrigated lands In the
vicinity of Vauxhall, near Medicine
Hat and the grower* In that district
are now distributing samples of the
product. The success of this crop is MjJW Mi„nre, Woodrow Wilssn,
Interesting In view of ths dereloptnent Aaugbler of the former President,
of new products for Alberta Irrigated h«* entered  the  mlrgrtlehig  bust*
If both practical and expert
tests of canned milks show Pacific to be tbe best put up in
Canada, is ther- any good reason why every person who us«s
sach a commodity shodld not
insist upon the British Colombia product?
Every    cent    i» kept    in our
province; most of It iioes to the
farmers and for wages.
Mas   the   Natural   Pure  ("ream
Flavor
Pacific MiliTCo., Ltd.
linn! OOlrt, V.neoa.er, B.C
tni-lurle* .1 Abbotiford set
lands and of the fact alan that Alberta
la In  tha
quuttiU. tt
haWt ot ImMTtiBK
nt-.s In Now York.   Tlu> phot,, wa
Uken bcr Unit ilny ul her new job,
lar«f which «hc nn "i« a ImilM** nkkk.
taVav*>>aM»> mmeum «*■•"
Order from Any Government Vendor
PALE
BEER
A (jIGItT* clear, ambcr*colored
beverage, as refreshing and
■ppi-ti/lng n*. tiie finest beer
should bo, Its consistent purity is assured by scrupulous
csro given io tlio method or
brewing,
This
piihlisl
Hie I,
or  by
Itritisli
dverliiDtncnt is not
etl or displayed hy
u,uor Control  Board
tho Government of
Coliiuiliiu, new rom.
TUG   CRANBROOK   II KHALI)
Friday, Suptomber 14tli, I!Il':i
i M» km >i:':-i B
B:nn §£= !?|r. gj^TaggE
IMbodist Church
REV. B, ('. FREEMAN, l'ustor
••Beligio". is the human spirit, by the grace ot Qod, soaking uml
finding un lnternrotati I experience thut puts X.™ und woUh,
dignity, salvation, Joy and hope Into life." -Fosdlck.
SINIIAY, Sept. lOtli, Tho Pastor will preach al both services
11 n.m. "QOD'S DELIGHT in' SIS PEOPLE" - Junior Choir
12.15 SUNDAY SCHOOL- Tho senior bible class will resume lis work
under the leadership ot the pastor.    Every member and trie	
requested to be present at 12.15
7.30 p.m. "THREE   CHEAT   IMPERATIVES" |
VISITIII1S AMI ST1UXGKRS (Willi \l.IV WKLCOMBD I
g$ eg ting i$gjfi0}i &m .spa Sse eMmm&m&£i #iiS*l»5
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
rbone mo
P.O. llci 833   1
B. A.
M00RH0USE
A.M.E.l.C, & U.C.L.B.
PHOT. I.AM) 8DBTEIOB
Ollice -
Armstrong Ave.
Cranbrook
.       -       -      B.C.
'^Tourists Bring
Benefit to B.C.
Aiinl)-i»   ni'   Question   Shows
Hint lllvcrslflctl Results ol
Truffle Are
[
^^n
I> U . IV . A . I' K 1. <i ) L
DENTIST
Campbell-Jllunnlng Dlock
Phone »J.    Office Hews:
• to It, 1 to S p.m.   Huts. II tn 1.
Urs. Green X MaoKlnuon
Plijsli'liuii and Surgeon.
Ofllce  ut   residence,   Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICE  HOURS
Atternoous    2.00 to 4.00
Evenings   7.30 to 8,:i0
Sundays   2.00 to 4.00
CRANBItOOK, B.C.
tourist   Ir
oulhorit A
Hon I
Pel
aps, al
.1. Fi
DR. F. li. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE HOURS
t to II am      1 to I p.m.
Han.on Blk., CRANBROOK, B.C.
F. M. M A (! I* II Ii It S O N
Undertaker
Phone EM
Heritor, ate., ue.t to lit; Hall
MIOSIS AND SOCIETIES
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meets ln the
G.W.V.A. Hall
afternoon of tha
Drat Tuesday at
8 p.m.
President!    Mri. F. ('onstontlne.
Sec-Treasurer:  Mrs. 8. Tarkii.
I. O. O. F.
KEY CITY LODGE, No. 41
^SegSf&ei. Meals every
■SjEMnSlMonday night st
Wtiv&*st"n Auditorium
Sojourning Odd Fellows are cordially Invited.
N. O. - - R. L. Burtcb
Rec. Sac    E. O. DIngley, P.O.
he close ul the lourisl
I Spauldlng, commissioner ni' tin' above orgntflzutton, may
Ue nblo io mako an estimate, but in
tho meantime here Is an estimate ot
ivhtit British Columbia's lira crop "I
1,000,000 tourists will menu to tho
coos! province. Tho article In question was prepared ''>' "■ *• MoKelvie,
ami appeared In it recent issue nl' the
Vancouver "Province":
Whal does the lourisl trade, iniiin
in Hritish Columbia?
Briefly, an niiysis nt figures gathered from rellablo sources would In-
dlcato that II:
Will spend between 'Sa,000.000 and
(40,000,000 in Ihe province this yearns much as Hie mining Industry.
Is giving employment lo 11.(ilia per-
boiis at .$l.r,uii annually, or providing
:. payroll of between $17,500,000 nnd
$20,000,000 for Iho year.
It is drawing the altontl .< Investors and persons who Intend to
settle in now locations.
Ami ihis big industry Is being
carried mi al an aiuiuiil capital expenditure ot $00.0110.
Such is a barn outline of the meaning nl' the lourisl trade to British
Columbia.
Last year mom than 700.000 Innr-
Isls visiied Hu- province.) and this
[year, before the season closes. It is
estimated thai   thorn will lie 1.000.0011
persons designated as "tourists" come
to enjoy tho wealth nt scenery nnd
All ladles are. mild climate Mm province has lo offer
cordially Invited Local figures lo dam show that tin
trend nf travel is almost double thai
nf 12 months ago, while the Interior
points nnd Vancouver Island report
tremendous Increases. Penticton, in
the Okanagan, alone reports lo dale
ninre Hum 8,000 automobiles coming in
over lhe Osoyoos route, while the two
mouths since the Banff-Windermere
mad opened approximately 4.000 nu-
totnobiles have travelled the new
highway.
While Ihe 1022 lourisl trade wns
hindered by bnsb fires und overcast
skies, the weather this season has
been glorious.
Vast Sum i:\prinleil
Tho assumption that there will be
,000 Inniists for the year is con-
1 to be a fair estimate.   Tour
hnul  America esli
tge spending nf a tonr-
E *******************
— Tha                    $
hts of Columbus | y™
will meet In the             J lsl agencies Ihroughoi
HTS OF PYTHIAS If; lhs 0,v?rage "'"'' " 
X ist in a visit to a stntn or province
|       EVE
HALL
EVE BY T1I1BI) SUNDAY,
at . p.m.
'**************** •:•*•:•* *•:••:
^i
DRY WOOD
FOR SALE
Satisfaction
C. GOIIIIEKIS
Guaranteed
-    -    Snh TeL
L. D. Cafe
(Mttle Davenport)
Whan you wish something gno-1
to eat go to the "L.D."
OUR    FBIl'Ki    ARE     KM.HI
DEPOT ROOMS
VAN IIohm: ST.  Opp. Station
New Building
Nicely Furnished
W lieu iu Town Stun Here
Kwong Chong
LAUNDRY
11 Armstrong Avenue
Oppoiilte W. D. Hill's
First Claw  Work Guaranteed.
Montana Restaurant
Meals at AU Hours
Clffiri, fiftretten and Candles
Cranbrook St Pbone 201
Opp. Bank or Commerce
fliD be MO.   Thla would glvo $40,o0(i,ono
« spent   in  BriiiHli  Columbia Mils year
2 To be conservative tlie usual figure)
Tilinvo been reduced to $3r» per tourist,
_ I nr u total expenditure by visitors to
tlio province tbis year of $36,000,000.
"Tliat  Is Homo business" exclaimed
one man on being shown the returns
from   tlie   "tourist,   crops."    "Rut   it
musl cosl uu awful lot, to bring ti return   in  the  province   ol  all   that
money."
Tlio cost is roughly jr.o.ooo. Van-
i ouver publicity department spends
130,000 annually, and the other agon*
cles seeking tourlsl business, largely
tin' automobile olubs nnd tbe Vanlou*
vat l sin nil Development Association
make up the balance.
"But only a few hotel men ami
curio dealers get the benefit," argued
a pessimist, recently.
Tli" figures compiled by Commit-
inner Reginald Davison, of the Van
couver publicity bureau give sunn
idea Itow (lie money Is distributed
One million tourists will consume in
food nlone ho says:
cereals       180,000 pounds
Ram and Bacon  r,t!4,ooo pottndd
Bread   n.ooo.ou loaves
Jam   450,000 pounds
Ten    112.000 pounds
Sugar   309,000 pounds
Butter      25.700 pounds
Vegetables     8,000,000 pounds
Potatoes   (i.000,000 pounds
Coffee   112,000 pounds
PlSh     :!,000,00 pounds
Flour      900,000 pounds
Suit    45,000 pounds
Cooking fat   800,000 pounds
■Cattle    6,000 animals
iliogs   12,000 animals
[Slioop      116,000 animals
Soft Fruits   800,000 pounds
j Applt!n     30,000 boxes
'Milk     360,000 gallons
Uaptttst Church
PASTOH  W.   T.  TAPSCOTT
SUNDAY, SEPT. Idlli
Morning Service 11 a.m.
Sunday School li neon
Evening Service 7.311 p.m.
Hnt li services will lit! cini-
ilucipil by lim pastor
in the InisiMiiciit nl'
i lie church
S> I'll |<
Eggs
No Like-e Devil Pidgin
WlilEYS
Take it home lo
the kids
Have a packet in
your pocket for an
ever-ready treat.
A delicious confection and an aid to
Ihe teeth, appetite,
ition.
  02,000 gallons
  0,000 gallons
    18,000,000
How  Lttliur  Iteuel'Ils
To the tremendous total represented In (lu1 tourists' menu must he added the immense sums paid lo hotels
for lodgings, theatres and oiher
plates of aniusoment, elolhiers, rurio
dealers, motor mechanics and gas stations, ami to dozens of other lines of
Mi.de. |
The amount paid for labor In the]
expenditure of one dollar is estimated
at so cents, tbe percentage accepted,
although acknowledged tobe low, by
the B.C. Products Campaign, Washington & Northwest Products Company, Oregon Buy-at-Home Movement,
and other similar campaigns, means
thiii of the ¥35,000,000 to $40,000,000
paid out liy tourists iu Hritish Columbia, from $17,500,000 lo $20,000,000
of that sum represents wages paid to
11. C. workers and farmers.
SGPTEHM2R "HOD A GUJi"
(IP (M'SIAL INTEREST
TO ALL SPORTSMEN
The September issue ot "Rod and
(inn in Canada" contains a wealth of
information and amusement for the
sportsman. "The Clerical Fishing
Party," by Rev. \V. A. Bradley is an
original account or n real trip, while
there is a practical article on making
use of the birch-bark. "By Canoe
Through The Wtldu of Quebec" by
Alfred Kealor is an Interesting ac-
loutit of a novel route, while llonny-
castle Dale and P. V. Williams have
contributed two good stories. The
l/.:st Close Call of Martin Hunter is
contained in this issue while a table
Bhdwlng the game seasons for 1928
will prove of inter.st to all spoilsmen
Robert Page Lincoln has a fishing
department of interest, while ('. S,
Uuidls. W. O. Motley. P, II, Walker
and J. W. Wlnson have their regular
contributions all up to standard. Gun
and Ammunition In tlio September is-
suo is particularly large and Interesting, while uu article on the North
.American Buffalo and a story by H.
Mortimer Batten comple'le a particularly good number.
I-.XI'KKKK COMPANIES
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
INCREASED RATES
Application for a general increase
In express rates and u request for a
boarlng at an early date has been
filed with the Board of Railway
Commissioners by the Express Traffic
Association of Canada, according to
word received  iu  Winnipeg.
F. H. Plilppi ii, K.r.. counsel for the
association, suites that lhe express
companies are operating al au actual
loss and he suggest a thut this condition best can be overcome, by a percentage increase in existing rates.
'ANTLEE
It Can't
Leak
Because
it's Made ^
in One Piece
Sold by
BEATTIE-NOBLE IM1K1 CO.
— Tli* Itexnll Storo —
CRANBROOK      -    -      B.C.
Wliere It pays to ileal
Tin: mini: or <jooi>
PASTRY
Our Food anil Service are Pleu-
nhiK ii Host of PrlemlH.
BOOTHS  FOR  LADIES
CAFE   ZENITH
CUANBHOOK. 1U\
Opposile C. P. R.
II!)   Cli.-iirt ami  coot lei  nl   Hit- etlln
i to Hie public cardtni,   (.11 The Harbor nf llnnr*   •*>
/~\NE of tlie most fascinating panoramas In the
^-' world is seen from the Peak at Hong Kong.
At every bend of the roa'd there will be so much to
feast your eyes upon and so many attractions from
flower, plant, tree, hill, crag, dale, mountain nnd
sea as you tingerlngly wend your way "down" that
you will have suddenly "dropped upon" the Public
Gardens, which are more than half-way. The entrances are on your path on either side. The Gardens
are charming.
You will wander over these acres, covered, ns they
are, with unique and harmonious collections of the
hundreds of various flowers, plants, shrubs and trees
nurtured there, many of which you have probablfi
never seen before.
With a mental note to return to the Gardens at
the first opportunity you leave and continue your
way. Take n chair into town, » n,;*-,,.-,, artinn, one]
til' those waiting outside the gate;..    It inn?, uc.-ur Jo
ynu to "snap" with your camera the chairs and the
chair-coolies, the latter in their quaint and scanty
costume. You will find, however, lhat the coolies
have ii distinct aversion to "being took." The lower-
class Chinese are superstitious. In fact, the Men uf
Han, as the Chinese proudly designate their race,
all are. Tiie coolies are obsessed with the Idea that
photography is "devil-pidgin," and they will have
none of it. Anything in which the arch-enemy is concerned is taboo to them. Please to glance at tlie
picture. The chair-bearers have tipped their rain-
hats forward so as to hide their ante-diluvian dials
from the "evil-eye" when the "follcn man" trains his
camera upon them.
Proceeding, the chair-bearers will ret you down
in any part of tbe Colony you wish. They are familiar
with the names of the principal hotels, clubs and
roads. Twenty-five Hong Kong cents to each of Hie
two coolies will "cover the damage"; but they mny
implore you for a little "chlo chien,"—"wine money."
FRAME'S BREAD
IS GOOD BHEAD
His Pies, Cukes and Pastry   can   not   be  beaten.
THE HOME BAKERY
Plume S7       .       Norbury Ave.
AIM; NEGOTIATIONS
PENDING BETWEEN
C. P. R.AND P.*;. E.T
Truiiscoiitiiumtul     Line    Hus
ilnny Interests Tli.H Would
Benefit From CliAllge
Ince is willing to huve the Pacific
(treat Eastern associated with either
transcontinental system. We need
uot speak of the discussions as nego
tiations lint th
ad to negotiations
of tlie kind thntl
(From the Vancouver Province)
Provincial ministers and <'. P. it.
ofllctats agree in contradicting the
report that negotiations aro In progress for Ihe lease or sale of the
Pacific Croat Eastern to the C, P. It.
We mny accept all these statements
and still hope that events are moving
in the direction of a merger of tbe
provincial railway into one of the
Canadian transcontinental systems, it
was never Intended to be operated as
iin Isolated and local railway or to
como lo an end short of the Peace
River district. The Grand Trunk Pacific, which expected to reach Viiu, liver by this route, has access to ihe
port by way of the Canadian Northern,
nnd is less concerned, witli tlie extension than it would h
independent line.
DISABLED VETERAN
LIVING BV IIIS POETRY
ARRIVES IN THE CITY
L. P. Bode, "Poet of llio Wanderlust" Is Vied iii of War
Experiences
Llewellyn Paul Bode, ex-member of
the tt.C.R/s, noted over western Canada as the "Pool of the Wanderlust,"
is a visitor in Cranbrook, wliere lie
will remain for a few days during'
which time he will sell bis little volume of poems entitled "Wings of the
Wanderlust." Mr. Bode, 3:1 years of'
ago, is partially crippled as an after-1
math of sleeping sickness contractedi
been ns an [while on service overseas. All summer   he  moves   from   town   to  town.
Meanwhile lhe Canadian Pacific has When   autumn   comes   ho   turns   bis
obtained control of the railway pone- face towards the nest   In   Northern
tratlllg the Peace River prairies and Alberta, where his young wife, whom
tho company    has    been    surveying ho married overseas after a brief six
routes from   tlml "field   southward, days courtship, awaits him with her
Such an examination would naturally
include consideration of extension to
the sen board. . f\*r tbo-Peace River
district can never-send its heavy farm
products in market by way of Edmonton. The only way for the Canadian
Pacific to extend and consolidate its
position In traffic control of that
splendid country belonging to both
provinces, is to find access to Pacific
tidewater.
The management of the government
railways has also been conducting
surveys from the main lines into the
Pence River district. That field Is
too valuable and promising to remain
much longer shut out from its natural
traffic route. Por the development of
the mil lira) resources of the district,
as well ns for traffic) purposes, the
govornmoni     railway     management
keeps Us eyes on thht tempting field,
The Cn nnd Inn Pacific, already In
possession would be even more disposed to cot0in and strengthen Its
controlling position. But It has to
consider the question.of reaching the
Pacific. Tliis can be accomplished by
the Pacific (treat Eastern, either by
following it lo Howe Sound and ultimately io North Vancouver, or by a
connecting line from l.ilooet to the
main line of lbe C.P.R. There are
good prospect*; of tho development of
triillic along the lino of the provincial
railway, by an organization as effective ns Ihe Canadian Pacific has proved'
itself lo bo, We might nlso suppose
that the line now In operation along
Iho waterfront into North Vancouver,
wiih all that it suggests In tbo way
of locul opportunity, would Interest n
company wliich does so much business
on land and sea.
Of cnurso these matters have all
been  considered aud  il [sensed,    it   Is
well known to the management of tlie Present—Wherever my hat hangs,
government railways that the prov- Future*—Parts unknown
to little ones and the 'home fires
burning."
Mr. Bode says that his country is
"ono of lbe finest out-raising countries in the wor|d." lie has written
poetry ever since lie was u boy of 10
years. For a long time before hts
enlistment lie had been iu the habit
of waking in the early morning and
composing with spontunlety. His
mother,  an  Ontario girl, had  rltten
verses iu her younger days, and while
young Bode wiis overseas tiie mother
und son bit upon a novel plan of
carrying on their correspondence In
verse.
Broken in health and body, and
wilhoul a pension, Mr. Bode leaves
home iu lbe spring nml travels over
the west, finding friends ami readers
everywhere, relying ou his verses to
obtain it living for himself nud family. Visions come even mow freely
than before bis Blcknfl i. and bin
lyrics ami ballads show Hie I ouch of
genius.
Mr. Bode has JilBl come horn Winnipeg, lie s'utcs Hun he did nol have
great success in thai clly, that money
Is  tight,   ill   fact   lie  stules  lint   he  fs
always treated bailor In the smaller
towns than in the large cities, His
little book of poems sells for :ia cents.
Who First Felt
"Like
»A
Fighting
Cock*?
COCK-FIGHTING was  born
with the cocks.
Dut it is only 80 years ago that
the first man felt "like a lighting
cock!"
Now lie has brothers, sisters,
nephews, nieces, all over the world
-all feeling "like a fighting cock!"
It happens this way: A person
half sick with bad stomach, dull
and heavy headache, takes
Beecham's Pills just before going
to bed. Immediately tbe Pills begin to harmonize tbe digestive nud
eliminative organs.
Consequently, this person hns a
good night's sleep and arises in
the morning with clear brain,
bright eye, keen appetite, and full
of energy for work and play.
It is now just 60 yeans since
Beecham's Pills first began correcting disordered stomachs and
stirring sluggish livers and bowels
to natural activity — and feeling
"like a fighting cock" is associated
as inseparably with Beecham's
Pills, as the pills are with good
health.
At All Druggists
JOHN CARD
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PAPERHANGER
Full Line of Wall Paper
In Stock.
Store, Hanson Avenue
Phone 409 at all houra
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unci ll really colltal
is some vory good
verso and makes In
orcsllng reading.
Ills homo Is ni tli
ind Prulrlo, Alin.
Tho rani Mr. Ro
lo iisoh In n little
unique, ns follows:
Wings "f tlio Wand
rlust.   The Ponce
[liver Poet.   Prdtyn
■—Tho Wnnderlng
Jow
LLEWELLYN
paul nnnE
^ootry: Comniorotn
. Darned, Brogue,
Vddress:
•oat—Whoro the wind blow lust yenr.
UNLESS you sec the name "Bayer" on tablets, you
are not getting Aspirin al all
Accept only an "unbroken package" of "Bayer Tablets of
Aspirin," which contains directions and dose worked out by
physicians during 22 years and proved safe by millions for
Colds Headache Rheumatism
Toothache        Neuralgia Neuritis-
Earache Lumbago Pain, Pain   ■
Handy "Bayer" Imkcgr of 12 tablotl-Also Imltlc. of 21 nnd 100-nruggUU.
Aaplrln la the trade mark (reKlHUTnl In Canoiln) nf (Inypr Mnniifnrtiiru ot Mono-
actlr.rldaat.r ot BlUnlRul*. While It la well knowo il.„t Aaplrli st»5i Suar
mamilutim lo> aa. at the puwlr alslnat Imitation,. Ula Tuhl.la ir Harar CaJOVU
arm tw ituwai wUB UuU xaarai. UU, maik.. Ul* "ihwr Came Friday, September I llli. 1023
THK   CRANIIIIOOK   II KHALI)
PAGE   FIVE
KIMBERLEY and WYCLIFFE
INTERESTING  ITEMS CONCERNING  HAPPENINGS IN AMI ABOUT THE BUST TOWN   ON THE NORTH BRANCH, WHERE MINING, I.UMBERIM. AMI FARMING INTERESTS ARE SUPREME.
WILSOiS
I    List   your   properly   wllh   Martin       I'll meet
' Bros. 15  brook.
uu nt the Club Cuff, Crau-
lf.lt
FLY PADS
Kill them all, and the
germs too. 10c a packet
at Druggists, Grocers
and General Stores.
Tho tlante given un Fritlay by the
[ locul branch of tho G.W.V.A. was a,
[ grout success In every way [mt fliiun-
! riiilly. There lis a very poor turnout,
! but the music wns good and the floor
1 Improved with every dance so tliat
those who did attend thoroughly on-
} joyed themselves.
i     The   sidewalk   ill   fl'OIll   ol'   Hit-  Old
hole! hus given way in another place,
1 We hope lhat no one will bo seriously
| hurl  before some nl' the plunks can
be replaced, bul just now li is rather
: iiangermifl wulhlng,
(I. Congdon of the provincial polfci
Is on Ills holidays at the coast.
Miss Nellflan, who lias been spend
ing her holidays Ith hor parents oi
Sullivan hill, expects to return short
ly to lhe coast when- she will contln
ie hi
dlltl
Knickers lhal are just Hie thing [or
the boy to wear to school are being
offered ai reasonable prices ut A.
Mollor'8. -"'f
**++*>'t">^*+*+*<'++***'i''i*+>i"i-i'j'i   Hoforo deciding ou that new build*
* IflMRFDI CV t I"8 of thai repair work* see Qeo, It.
J MWDtRLCI I UMk, iho Plonoer Builder or Kim
J       NEWS NOTES        t.' ''<* unci Cranbrook. LSU
i*i|,444iH+'*''li|*i*Y*'tH4tH4,94"*'|l|'t*,H I   A iiumbor ot Kimberley people nre
For tlmo School Shoes boo A. Mel-   klnS tormnl lo duck or gromie
lor. He curries the kind thnt lust   27- 'I"'""™ very «"<"">' J"ll>ll",! tr '"
I preparations bottis mndo lor Bliootlng
Mr. R: A. Sralth~iir.il Mrs. Smith ot|l>nMles.    Gun   cleaning   nud   targel Tl:"1
Moyle were guests o! Mr.   uml Mrs. j "a*"""* >'m" '" '"-' tovorlte pastime
('. A. Foolo Inst week. 'nt present.
who has been on iho
Inn Im- I'M- iho past
u . i n transferred lo
tperty nt QnatBlna
Island, wliere bo
nd us superintendent. Mr. Sea-
ml family will leave llio first of
omliig mouth for the coast.
' iht
lhe t'onsolldaled
Sound,  Vancouv
*   WYCLIFFE NDTF*; "     Tl,inl   """"^   Fl"'""'- - lil"'g
,   vv lULirrc inui ts .\AmbM shllll„ „„ ,„ M       Bllrg
Tin- basoball chn
borne grounds in?-
Ferule uml tho hi
I second, Crowe fouled out lo McTeer,
• RogerB struck out One hit, no runs.
— Unrger
Jurger
1 • • • • out al third, .Musser 10 Trimble. Mc-
played on the Teer walked, Bishop struck oui,
uuday between Ituahcull Btrucb out. One hit, no runs,
leum  resulted  Wycliffe: Piper singled, Mitchell sac-
Frnnli Jordui
lull. -      Nl      III,'
ifler   tisitiiiK
bus returi
Sullivan eu
.,1 to Ilia
icentrmnr
ior bonie.
Mrs. McLeod While of Sullivan bill:    ''»>' ,l"-v '""' Saturday wns eelcbiu-
ciilerlnltieil at tbo ten hour on Tiles-i '<*! a llltle more hilariously tliuii tisu-
(lllv ■ nl. one man landing iu Ibe bnspjlul
_ | with a bntl cut and another being ur-
Mrs. N. W. llurilelt nnd family spenl  rosted.
tbo week-end nt their home in Kim- .,  ,
.    . !    Anyone considering 1 using life In-
— Burance should consult Martin Bros.,
A   number   ot   Kimberley   people Cranbrook.    They are District Ageuts
spent Sunduy at Wasa Luke, where ' 'or Canada's largest life company, and
iho fine beaches and gootl swimming j have specialized in that business for
were thoroughly enjoyed. j fifteen years. lolt
Club Cafe, Cranbrook, commodious, i    Mr.    'Pele'    Murphy,    McDougoll
Clean, comfortable, 16tt! Heights, accompanied by Mrs, Murphy
— 'and family returned home on Sunday
P. J. Gougeon, government liquor I r,.oni 011 M|Cll<|t,,i mjlm. trip to Banff,
vendor Is taking a holiday on account (.atgaIX nml Re,i Deer, Alberln.
of a recurrence of trouble with wound.) j —
received overseas.    He Is being re- j    Tlie bnsegall dance on Tuesday lasl
llevcd by Mr. Gilchrist , of Nelson. wus lbe first real dance ot Ihe season.
  I There wus a good crowd, the music
Mr.    It.    Palmer,    representative, was excellent und everyone voted lbe
"House of Hobberlin", wns In Klniber-' evening a success.
ley on Thursday. ~    . ....
_ j    Dr. I., ll. Rice, dentist . will be al
Mrs. Huntiilifitoti was'llOStess nt the the North Slur Hotel, Kiiulierley, from
ten hour tin Thursday. September 18th lo 2<!th. 28-29
,.\. Williams of NelBOn Iftnde a short.    Two  more   men   from   the  coneen-
Harry Whltford, who bus been em-
pioyed al the Sullivan mine returned
in Rosslnnd on Saturday.
Stanley John ot Spokam
known minor in lbe Kodti na;
wus hero Ins! Priday.
.1. A. Miller, representing lhe Kulll
vnn Rock Drill t'».. of Victoria, wu
in Kimberley over Ihe week-end.
Mr. nml Mrs. Victor Cornell ami
buby sou, of Trull, ure lbe guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Morrison.
A party consisting of Mrs. H. Morrison. Mr. nud ID'S. Victor Corbett
und baby und Mrs. Ooorge (li'iflith,
motored lo Si. Mary's Lake, Thursday
und Bponl lbe day.
in a win for the locals, likewise bit- rlflced lu'in to second, Auli io Barger,
ternese for tbe visitors, und rang down Trimble struck mil. Whitehead filed
the curtain on tlie scheduled baseball onl tu Hovan. One bit, no runs,
se;,.nn or IB9S us I'm ;i-' Bast Kootonsyl Fourth Inning: Fernie.—Wilson tiled
is concerned. Both loams were out out in Bamford, Colton Struck out.
[or victory uml Hie result wns u marry Aull tripled, Hovan struck oui. One hit
battle, u display ol every known no rinis Wycliffe: Musser filed mil
in-..ml of baseball; u mv boners were '" Colton, Pennington filed mil to
spilled uml smile wore serious, bin in nuahci.il, Bamford struck out No lilts,
the main li wus a g t exhibition of [no runs,
bull. Filth    Inning:    ferule -   Barger
Fernie started with two slnglos mul Blriick   out,   Shnntl walked,   MoToer
u llltle luck: lliivmi. flrsi mi. slruck BOcitlced Shand lo socoiid, P. Ington
mil. Bargor went tu nisi 0ti Trlmblo's lo Whitehead, Bishop tiled oui to Mus-
errnr uml wus advanced in second mi ser, No libs, no runs. Wyollffe: Crowe
("I'owe's error, Shand strii, u .mt, Mc- grounded mil. Bishop to Burger, Rog.
Teer slneleil advancing Bargor, Hlili. ers grounded out, Wilson to Burger,
op followed wiih u safely uml Bargor I'lner sliigletl, Mitchell fouletl mil to
Bcored, Rushcnli wenl i n a pop Unrger. One lilt,  'tins,
fly in Pennington. Wyellfre came in Sixth Inning: Fornlo Rushcall
bul wiib ibe ime run huntllcup under sliigletl, Wilson singled, Rushcall ul
ibe skin. Bamford wonl io rirsl mi second, Cotton fouled mil lu lingers.
Wilson's fumble. Crowo sacrificed Rushcall caughl off soeoiul In double
| uml liumiunl rcachotl llio bm corner,  piny. Rogers to (**owe, Aull singled.
welll lingers singled nml Piper trolled biin  Wilson al second, Hon I, Ponn-
'   nr ul ibe sacks with u tin  bagger  'net o  Whitehead. Three bits. tn.
in center, Mitchell baited in lbe llilrtl run*   Wycliffe: Trlmhlo file.I mil in
run   wl    he  scorotl   Piper  mi   hisiRushcnll, Whitehead   fouled   em   i,
double. ; Shand, Musser reached Oral on WU-
Second   inning  ■ -  Fernie:   Wilson eon's error, Punnliigton  filed mil lo
fouled   mil   tn   lingers.   Colton   hit   lo   Bishop. Nu bils. mi runs.
Musser nud wus Ibrnwi I  ul  first, I Severn h  Inning:   Fornlo   Burger ilnn-
THE J
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Otis Staples Lumber Co.,  J
Limited f
j: *
I Manufacturers ail Kinds of Lumber f
Pine, Fir, and Larch
SLAB WOOD
SPECIAL ATTENTION LOCAL ORDERS
HIGH CLASS MILL WORK
Enquiries Promptly Dealt With
| MILL OFFICE & YARD *
| Wycliffe, B.C. j
* *
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Ault singled. Hovan grounded out to
Whitehead. One hli,  •hub, Wycliffe: .Musser singled, Pennington
siruek mil. Bamford walked, Musser
OPENING OF NEW '111,1,
at kimiierley MEANS
NEW ERA IN MINING
.Mrs. Oehn Demour and two child.
run. and Mrs. ueorge Demour spent j A. (',  Flllllllllcrfell  of   Victoria
Tells in' Ills Rei I Visil
Friday afternoon ai St. Mary's Luke.
SHIPMENTS OF ORK TO
THE TRAIL SMELTER
To Tin- Ilia' IIino
bled, Shnud siruek out, MeJ'eer struck
out,   BlBhop   mil   nl   first,   Musser  to
Whitehead. Ono hit, no runs. Wycliffe:
Bamford   singled,   Crowe   sacrificed
him lo second, Aull lo Burger. Rogers
doubled, scoring Bamford, Piper slu-
Igleii in rlghl   field uml advanced lo
I third on ('niton's throw lo tho plate,
I Rogers mil nl plale, Collon lo McTeer,
Mitchell   Blnglotl, scoring  Piper and
I iidvutieeii tn third on throw tn plate,
| Trimble grounded onl. Wilson lo Burger. Four blu, Iwo runs. Wyollffe fi;
Victoria.—The beginning of a new     Eighth inning:  Ferule — Rushcall
eru in the treatment ot the complex filed nut in Bamford, Wilson filed out
m   the Trall-Rosslund  area   Is'm Trimble, Collon walked, Ault sin
Following is a statement of ore received at the Trail Smelter during tho
period during Aug. 22 to ::l Inclusive.' annniinrcd by A. c. Fltiiuinerfeli. who gioi|, Collon nl second, Hovan reach'
Name of Mine und Locality,
Tom
i bus just returned from n trip in thei(
business trip to Kiiulierley Ihis weei
Father Hlssette, who has been i
charge of the OathoRc mission Iter
for some time, bus lefl lor ihe coast.
trator joined lhe benedicts ibis week.
'one   being   Frunk   Campbell,   whose
marriage lu Miss Jean Pattorson of
Black Root, North
ion
Wash.
..   filO
Cork Province, Zw
:ky,
B.C. ..
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St.   lililgene   hospital   took   place  on
Saturday and the other.. DIok MoKln-
Krank McMahon arrived in Klmber-  noii who was united in inarrfaKe to
ley on Tuesday to visit hi, mother, MIbb   May Glanville   on   Wednesday *[JJ * 2J,7C ?
Mr8. O. C. Thompson. Inst Ullversmith, Sandon! B.C.'JleVd)'.'189
new Sullivan mill at Kimberley,   He
waa accompanied by it. P. Bntclinrt
and Mr. Justice \\*. A. Oalllher,
.ii    Together they wltnessel the turn-
!-one Pine Surprise ifnK on i,r \mw*r ffom the East Koot-
Last chance. Republic, Wash. 650 enay Power Con-any, which will drlvi
4S2
Lightening Peal;. Edge wood, in
il   l'lr**t   on   Crowe's   tumble,  Colton
and three aliiglco oui of four times up.[Spokane and expects to holiday there
Bamford and Musser in tha field tor for aboul two weeks.
the locals shared the honors' In pick-! —
hi!; 'em off.    .!..!» Trow handled the     Three budding  cattle judges  from
game lo perfection, or as near to It the St   Mary's prairie district boarded
i an umpire over goto    Bob soya ll  Sunday's   noon   train   boIiir to New
ill in- a source of perpetual wonder Westminster where they will attend
to him thnt no one crabbed his deds-  Uio exhibition.   They are John Clark.
ns. lu* fell uu' of place aud figure* Stewart McClure, and Alan Keer The
ho Crab Club muBt've been oui fish boys are travelling with Mr. Having, bul maybe the untamed sweater}who hopes hli* class will brint: back
did ibe trick. some ol the honors ot the Judging
Ves, the result  ban been wired lo  competitions from the royal city.
Stove ciark, also an nccounl of tbe
in-,  collect.
Miss Prances Chelmlck spent Sunday with Mrs. h  Edwards,
Luclen Ousel paid bis old home
town a flying visit on Saturday He
has been employed a* I .•■ fYhlt<
spruce lumber company al Pernl
but has left and U now beaded f r
Uncle Sum's country.
Cyprlen Gontard lefl
Sunday
We regret to report that Mrs Sawyer has been admitted to the St. Eugene hospital in very poor health. No
reports concerning tbe condition of
tbe patient are to band but it is sincerely to be hoped that she may have
a speedy recovery.
Jones & Daria. Cranbrook contractors, will be pleased to estimate on J
thut new building. 16
tYlien Von Think of Insurance
— Call Up —
BEALE & ELWELL
Plume 21)     ::     Cranbrook j
Sole Agents lor Klinlifrley Townillc.
Time yet    lo    weor Canvas Shoes. ■
Wu are offering some speiinl bargains 1 Company Mines ..
(sine)
in lliese.     A. Mellor.
2?ll
Total
5349
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Thomas Kemiish, superintendent
Of the Nip and Tuck mine, in the
Windermere district, reached Vancouver Thursday to confer with Frank
Woodstde, president, with regard to
plans for development which it is intended in continue during nexl winter.
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Wa sell all Leading Makes of Tires and Tubes.
Wo Repair any sizo nf Tiro. Cord or Fabric.
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CRANBROOK, B.C.
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Certificate ot Imiiroreuieiits
N 0 11 c i:
Bruce Robinson
Teaobor of Music
Studio: Baker St., Cranbrook
Plient 115
ROBIIiSON'S ORCHESTRA-DANCES AflRANGEO FOR
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada I,bulled
OFFICES, SMELTING AND REPINING DEPARTMENT
TRAII,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
Purchasers of Gold, Sliver, Copper, Lead A Zinc Ores
Prodaeers of Gold, Sllrer, Copper, Pig Lead and Zinc
"TADANAC BRAND
memsmmmmssms»tWtwsktm-awsswsstts\mestts\twmsssesasm
"Lance JooK," "Brani Hat, "Boom,"
Hits." wiRiity," "Heti Tape," "Stuir,"
•iiime." "Observer," "Pilot," "Dud Pr,"
"Ter," "Pop," "Lorry." "Iiotivo,"
"t'nyiliie Fr„" "Aek Aek," "Ace,"
"Parachute," "Vuii," "Tanlao," "Sun,'
"1'VtTiun," "Blimp," "Slutil," "l'lirk,"
Tt») Mlleli," "nits  1'Y," "Oil," "Ron
lv.," "Petit,"
MINERAL CLAIMS
Situate In llio PORT STEELE Mining
blvlston or Kodleney District!
Wliero loeitleil --- On tile Siillivun
lllll. near Kimberley, B.C.
TAKE NOTICE tliat The Conttoll-
luleil MlnltiK & Slitolting Company,
of Canada, Limited, Free Minor's Cer-
tincate No, 76S00-C, intend, sixty duys
from t lie dale hereof, lo apply to the
Mining Recorder for ti Certificate of
Improvoinonta, for the purpose of oh.
LuinliiK it Crown Grant of the above
claim.
Anil further take notice Hint notion,
tinttor section sr,, must ho eommeneoil
before the issuance of such CorliUcnte
of Improvements,
Dated thin 2Hril (iny of August,
A, D. 1628.
THK CONSOLIDATED M1NIN11
AND SMKLTIM) CO., OP
CANADA, LIMITED,
ami Ault Bcored, Hovnn reached tlilnl
on throw   to   plnte,   [larger singled,
scoring llovuu. siinnil grounded out,
Musser lo Whitehead. Two hits, three
runs. Wyi'liiTe 6, Pernio  I. Wycliffe:
Whitehead   doubled, Musser   singled,
lie machinery   o'f   the    rast   new I Pennington filed out to Colton, Bam-
Klmherloy plant, Hie largest and moat ford reached first on u Holders choice,
ellleieni of its kind In iho world, Whitehead thrown out al plnte. Shand
"H is the must modern mill In the to McTeer. Musser at third. Crowe
world—lhe lasl word in mill con- slruck out. Two hits no runs.
struction", snid Mr. I-'Iuiiiuierivn. I \iiuii Inning: Penile — McTeer
"The course crushing mill hus a co- struck out, Bishop out at first, Musser
imi'liy of 2500 tuns in eiultt hours. I to Whitehead, Rushcall Hied out to |
and the new crushing plunt handled Piper. No hits, no runs. Pltuil score,
loili) tons. The plant, of course. Is Wycliffe 6, Fernie 4.
operating continuously, so these fig- SUMMARY
ares she so  faint  Ideit of what     Hits oft Ault, 12; off Pennington, 11
this production means In a region; st ruck out by Ault, 7; by Pennington,
once considered dopleted lu mineral io: Bases on halls, by Ault, 1; by
wealth, li is n nut contradiction of Ponnlngton S. wild pitch, Ault: In-;
the story thai the mining fn that partjnings pitched by Ault. S: hy Penning-
ot the province is nol coming hack ton II. Three hnso hits. Piper. Aull.'
Into u greater prosperity thnn ever Two base hits; Mitchell. Rogers, I
before Imagined; lhal there is not Whitehead, Barger (2). Double play;
genuine prosperity lodoy." Wycliffe; Rogers   to   Crowe.     First
The flotation mill, milled Mr. Plum- base on errors; Wycllffo :': Ferule 2.!
iiierfelt. hus u dally capacity of 2600 Errors; Wycliffe. :; (Crowe 2, Trim-
ions, with ti production of from 000 hie); Pernie", 2 (Wilson. Sacrifice hits;
lo 700 tons of sine concentrate, which Crowe 2. Mitchell. McTeer. Time otj
Is sent to Tadanac I'm treatment. Bo- game 1-46. Umpires: Trew. Cairns. ]
Iweon L'500 und 3000 men aro employ-j And so the Dally News Cup begins
ed In this giant establishment. The Its career among the sawdust. It was |
actual yield of marketable minerals well won. I'cntiy nnd his men put up
tiro 125 Ions ot lead, 80 ions of zlne!,, worthy battle. In Individual work
per duy as well as other products. ! Piper's perfect day nl bal stands out
Tho Kimberley plant cost $1,500.000.| wllh Anil's ilmilnr record of u triple  flm ndvcrtlicmi
Get Acquainted
With this Bottle
uni the trademark label ol "Cascade."
1: sunds for ail that is good in beer
brewing. It has behind it the resources
c: tht most scientific plant in the
•.vcr:. It indicates purity beyond re-
pro:., h. It cures the longest thirst,
uivites the palate, brings the healthy
glow of good cheer and content. It
is the Million-dollar Brew —brewed
(>.r YOU.
Get acquainted with "Cascade"
of the Government Liquor Store
today.   INSIST on it.
y&iisoui'er Breweries
Limited
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ol pnlilislinl n- displayed by i!„- f.|qu
.',. Government of Ilriii-li Col irabla.
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MAMMOTH
CARNIVAL
— TIIIIKi: DAVS —
26-36
Por E. O. Montgomery, Agent.
Thursday, Friday & Saturday
Sept. 13,14 & 15
at kimiii:ki,i:y
Consisting of llio Following Attractions:
MERRY (III HOI'MI — ami — OIAN'f FERRIS WIIKKI.
FIVE BIG CIHITK SIDESHOWS    "
FIFTEEN CLEAN, SNAPPY CONCESSIONS
lltin'l  Miss (lie Uriah!  Mlllwnj
Open Aflci'iioons al 2 p.m. Opt-n Evenings ni ~.:W
.•JWWVWWVVAAIVWWWWHANMMfV
Is It
Worth While
KEEPING I Ml licit FOR II. ('. INDOSTRIBSt
KEEPING ALIVE A PROSPEROUS PAYROLL!
KEEPING I I II AM) FEATHER IN B.C.I
KEEPING TIMBEH Kill MANCFACTOREI
KEEPING A GREEN FOREST FOR POSTERITY!
Then—
Prevent Forest Fires
IT PAYS PAGE SIX
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
Frlilny, September 14th, 1938
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*** •!• * * * •» * •;••:
The Fountain ol Youth
*****
—In the case oi' jewelry,
date designs, things too ol
new and charming again.
s l.KH.irs WORKSHOP.   Here out-of-
ii-t'ashium.'d tor you io wear, are made
Designs anil estimates are furnished
free of charge, and efficient operation makes the cost of re-modelling very reasonable  indeed.
A. EARLE LEIGH
Watchmaker &■ Jeweller       Norbury Ave.  Next ltoor Star Theatre
'*****+******:••.***************♦■:••:•':******************
This Bpace reserved liy j. B. Haalam
to advertise Brunswick Piionolgraplis,
The kind that Swlls and SutisrUs*
HASLAM The Druggist
Wo Arc I'roinnl    We Are direful
I'linne 1(1 P.O. Box I HI
City Items of Interest
Master h, Mcl'arlnn oC Waldo, returned home hist Friday after two
weeks at the hospital, during which
time ho underwent a serious operation.
+   +   +
Special! Special! Tungsten Lamps
ut bargain prices. 25, 40, and i",0 watt
for U 5c.
W. F. DORAN.
Our low prices win every time,
+ + +
.Tan. Bennett, of Falrview, Nelson,
who, early in June suffered an accident on tlio Wycliffe logging railway,
and has since been contlned to the
hospital suffering from a compound
hip fracture, was able this week to
take a few steps on crutches.
+ + +
A. E. Miller, School Inspector,
reached town on Thursday morning
and brought with him a huly teacher
to supplant Miss Spence, wlio had heen
leachcr of tho Outlook school anil to
whom IheDoukhobors took objection.
Ho will give Miss Spence a school
near Castlegur.—Grand Forks Gazette.
The MIbs Spence referred to above
was a visitor at the home of Mrs. B.
Walker during the past summer. From
this distance It appears tliat the
department, rather than have trouble
are going to allow lhe Doukhobors tu
do about as they please. Inspector
Daniels, who is to ho replaced by
Principal Sheffield of Fernie did nut
have what you might call a pleasant
time of It handling these people. It
was Miss Spenee's school that was
burned down before the holidays.
1IOLII MIRROR UP TO
NATURE HV PICTURE
"HOMEWARD BOOTD'
Thrilling rescues at sea, terrilllc
storms, said to equal in realism, nature In her angriest mood, an unusually appealing lovo theme—these are
iho principal features ot "Homeward
Hound," a new Paramount picture,
starring Thomas Meighan, which will
he on view nt the Star theatre for
two days, beginning Friday Sept, 21.
l.ila l*ee Is his leading woman In Ibis
new screen offering.
Mr. Meighan Is a seaman in this
delightfully crisp story, while Missive Is the dnughter of a ship owner
who unaccountably detests Ihe sailor
In bis employ. He ls unaware that
Jim Bedford, the sailor in question,
loves his daughter, ami thai she re-
lurns his love. She goes to sea iu a
palatial yacht, the command of which
has heen wrested by Bedford front
Sveiison, a cowardly skipper. This
sets In motion a series of thrilling
events which go far to make tbis
perhaps the best sea picture screened
in many months. Of course, tbe finish,
although BurprlsinE. Is pleasing to
the spectator.
The supporting players are well
known pcreen artist*, all or whom add
value to the picture us pure entertainment. These include among others
rharlen Abbe. William T. OarlotOQ.
Una Weinberg, Maud Turner Gordon
and Cyril Ring.
We carry a lull   lino    of    I.ilehuoy
iliuming shoes.
Our low prices will every time.
W. F. DORAN.
+    +    +
Richard Hobs, of Waldo who suf-
I'cied the amputation of an arm last
week, following an accident  there in
tho saw mill, lias been making good
progress since being in tbe hospital
here.
+ + f
Tho Conservative study Class will
moel at lhe home of Mrs. W. B. Mc
I'arlane, Garden Ave., on Wednesday
evening next at 8 p.m. A full atteti
dance Is requested.
+      +     4-
Mr, and Mrs. M. 1'. Wctberell havi
moved from Vernon to Kamloops,
where lhe former has become manager ol' ibe Empress theatre. Mr
Wethorell was formerly manager o
tlie Empress theatre at Grand Forks
and of tlie Rex in this city.
+   +   +
Our besl ad. Is a proper fitting Suit
mi n satisfied customer.
'.':;. t    Orady «fc Eye, Tailors. Baker St.
26tl
+    +    -»•
Mr. and Mrs. 11. A. Moorhouse are
expecting lo spend two or three
months at (he coast this winter, lcav
ing early in November or thereabouts.
During their absence their house will
he occupied by Mr. and Mrs. G. li
Bower ami family.
+    +   4-
Jas. Milne has been acting as night
constable fur the past two weeks or
so while Constable Charlie Johnson
has been on holiday. While at Seat'
tie Constable Johnson has been lak
ing a course in tbe Bertilllon
system of linger prints and measurements, wliich lias become such a rec
ognI?.ed part of modern police work.
+    +    +
We carry a full line of Men's Women's and Misses' Shoes.
Our low prices win every time.
W. F. DORAN.
+    +    +
on Monday afternoon at the Presbyterian Church inatise the marriage
10k place of John Herman RenBtrom,
of Wnnlner to Miss Clara Hawson of
Fernie.   Tlie couple were attended by
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Coffey, of Wardner.
f    +    +
G, M Argue or the Beattie-Oatway
Irng store, left on Saturday for Cranbrook tor a short stay after which he
goes to Toronto, Out., for a visit with
friends and will bo away all month,
lu bis absence Mr. Harrison is In
charge of the store.—Creston Review
CARD OF THANKS
Miss Margaret McLeod and Dr. and
Mrs. Hut ledge acknowledge with
grateful appreciation the many kind
expressions of sympathy In their
recent bereavement.
(AltO OF THANKS
The 1983 Graduating ciuss or Nura
es from the St. Eugene Hospital wish
to ihanl; tbe sisters, doctors and
friends, who through the peculation of flowers and other gifts helped
lo make tholr graduation so pleasant.
THE ARROW STAGE UNE
IS SOW RUNNING DAILY BETWEEN
Cranbrook and Fernie
Router—Fort Steele, Hull Hirer, AVardner and Klko.
Leaving Cranbrook: leaving Fertile:
Cranbrook Hotel: 8 a.m. King Edward Hotel: 3 p.m.
Prices to Kernlc $5.00 and to other points according to
distance
WILL HANDLE EXPRESS AM> LIGHT FREIGHT
For Cranbrook, Plume Kootenay Oarage 147
For Fernie, Phone Fernie Garage, 158
Anybody Wishing to Go FIhIiIi.it or for n Picnic
Arrangement* Will Gladly Ile Made
\(IW,W,V.V.V.'.'.V*VWW/.
Insure with Beale ii Elwell.
Mrs. Frank Rosllug of this city returnee] to her home on Tuesday, much
Improved in health after a two
mouths' slay at the hospital.
,l. H. Haalam is making a visit to
Spokaue to a short time. He left early this week and is making the trip
by car.
Qulgley Knitted Sweaters and ('outs
al Orady & Eye's, the Tailors, Baker
Street. sate
The postponed picnic meeting of
tho Baptist Women's Mission Circle
will bo held on Wednesday, Sept. 19.
Curs will leave iho church at ...HO p.m.
Mr. Jack Moffatt left on Tuesday
for tho const to take further examination.* in connection with his Univer-
Blty work. Mr. Stanley Moffatt Is
taking his place iu connection with
the electric light department lu his
absence.
When the Bride
Receives a Gift
of silver or jewelry that has
come from here she has
something she will appreciate all her life long, For we
handle only the dependable
qualities or we couldn't give
a guarantee with each purchase as we do. If you have
a wedding gift to make you
can tlo no better than to
choose it here.
W.H.Wilson
.Jeweler
Tho yoltng peopl
torlan   church arc
Priday evening in
of Knox I'reshy-
i' entertaining on
the school room in
honor of llio teachers of both the higli
and public schools. All the teachers,
and the ministers of the various denominations and their wives aro
cordially invited tu be present.
Qrady a Eye are now located In
ibeir new sloro on Baker Street, opposite McCreery Bros. 23tf
Mr. F W. Alexander, C.P.R. District. Engineer of the B.C. division,
who Is travelling over the road by
motor, was met ou Monday by Supt.
Flett iu bis private car at Kootenay
Landing. "From there Mr. Alexander
made an inspection of tbe progress
of the work done on the Cranbrook
division. He left on Wednesday for
Calgary and the Connaught tunnel
where an Inspection of the work there
will he made, On Tuesduy he was
the guest of supt. Fletl at the Rotary
luncheon.
Protect your properly against fire
through Bealo and Elwell,
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Bamford and
daughter Evelyn, of San FrnnolBco,
California, have been recent visitors
at tho home of Mr and Mrs. Henry
Kershaw of Fort Steele, Mr. Bamford being a brother of Mr. Kershaw's
mother. Mr. Bamford. who is a prosperous business man ot the southern
country, started out some time ago
ou a contract to visit all the Kershaw's
or descendeut relathes that he could
locate. His mission has taken him to
England, back to the eastern states
and to eastern Canadian cities. On
the return trip a stop was made here
to visit their nephew Henry nnd bis
family at Fort Steele, and at Cranbrook to pay their respects to Mrs.
Fred Ryckman. a daughter of Mr. ami
Mrs. Henry Kershaw. On Tuesdny
they left for Prince Rupert where his
siMer Mrs. HenryKersbaw Sr. and Mr.
Louis Patmore aud family reside. Al
Vancouver, Mrs. Rogers, another
relative is living. From thero they
return to their home iu California,
having then visited iu all about Sl>
relatives.
Just arrived, 1024 latest Dodge with
ail the very latest improvements.
Also the 1924 now Overland with full
floating axle nud high radiator. Value cannot he BUVpassod for the price.
Olvo us a call and we will give you a
Irlve or explain all the new features.
DHZAMVS QARAQE.
STAR THEATRE
PROGRAM   FOR   NEXT WEEK
MONDAY &. TUESDAY
BERK iiAMKLS and
ANTONIO  MORENO
iu
"The Exciters"
Putin-   :,i>ws       —       Comedy
WEDNESDAY A THURSDAY
A   Real   Big   Pit line
"Chi.drdn of Jazz"
with a splendid cast
For Btrlkiiig originality of theme
for luxurious settings, tor striking effects und (.tattling scenes,
for brilliancy of cast, "Children
of Jatt" top:* 'em all.
As for thrills, the battle at sea
between the hydroplane and the
schooner would bring chills to
the spiin' of ,i mummy.
Special Aubrey Comedy
"THE TOURIST*
FRIDAY  &  SATURDAY
Big Double BIB
Speclul  Paramount  Feature
THOMAS MEIGHAN
In
"Homeward Bound"
You'll want to bo on deck when
Tommy comes sailing home.
It's a bracing yam of the world
of Ships— -swift as a gale; mighty as the sea. With the "Good
Luck Star" as the stalwart
skipper, Idle I,en as best mate,
and a crew of fnvdriluH.
Special Semoii Comedy
WUMiCARK"
Hemstitching.—Mrs. Suttees,
den Avenue.
Mrs. J. Morrison ol Klinberb
making a nice recovery at tlie
pltal from her Infected arm,
Mr. and Mrs. II. K. Jecks left on
Saturday last for Lethbrldge where
they attended the wedding of their
eldest sou who was married in that
city on Wednesday.
Miss WANDA E. FINK, A.T.C.M,
Teacher ot Piano aud Cello, ls now
accepting pupils for the above.     2titf
Mra. Stewart Mcintosh and family
aro expected home from a protracted
visit in the east about the end of this
mouth.
Mrs. E. M. Conklin of New York
City, Is a patient at the hospital at
present, suffering from a severe attack of bronchitis.
C. II. Phillips, who has been working out of Cranbrook for the past few
weeks, was at the ranch here for the
week-end.—Creston  Review.
Sunday morning a fire completely
destroyed a small sawmill and more
than one hundred thousand feet of
lumber at Parson, about 24 miles
south of Golden. The mill and lumber were the property Mes3i*s. Dartt
it Patterson of Golden, The loss Is
placed ut $12,00(), partially covered by
Insurance.
Mrs. H. Aspluml of Bull River is a
I patient at the hospital at present.
Mr. and Mrs. Willis of Crunbrook
returned again last week to occupy
the Neshitt home for a few weeks,
while Mr. Willis superintends the
building of a rummer residence for
tireen of Cranbrook. Mra. Hayno
if Cranbrook is also here with her! Supt. T. R. Flett left via Kootenay
Mrs, Willis. A carload of lumber!Central on Thursday for Banff where
came in on Friday for the residence] he will meet President Beatty and
of Dr. Green.—Mirror  Luke Notes— [ accompany him from there lo Win
Insure with Beale and Elwell.
Grady & Eye are up-to-date caterers to the dress requirements uf pro?
I gresslve men. 23tf
lu
Nelson News.
Tiie "Happy Five" orchestra, which
is playing for the dance ill the Davis
ball next Wednesday evening, have
met with unusual success wherever
they have played, and have toured
Saskatchewan aud Alberta and an
now on a trip through British Colum
Ida. The personnel of the orchestra
includes W. H. Cornor. violinist, formerly connected with the Walker
theatre, Winnipeg, and A. L. Love,
trombonist, and holder of tho pold
medal for ."- :.katchewan hi 1022. Oih-
rs of th.> orchestra are also tint
lass musicians, — Grand Forks (Ja
zette.
Mrs. Flnlayson, Teacher of Pianu
nd Violin. Sub Phone, or Standard
l.lectric Service, Norbury Avenue.
Dr. S. Q. Reid of Seattle, BOn-ln-Inv
of W. A. Elletson, formerly uf thin
city, accompuuied Ly Dr. Dixon, of
Roglna, were visitors in tho city
;. short time early this week, and
callers at ihe Herald otlice. They are
touring back to Region ln a new
Hudson coach purchased by Dr.
Dixon while at the hcast. They report
tbe road to the coast via Seattle and
lhe Blewitt pass quite good generally
speaking, and had no difficulty making a run of three hundred and seventy-five miles ono dny. From Spo-
Initio up to the border and for somo
distance beyond, thoy did not think
much of the romlB so fur as their
condition was concerned. They left
for Fornlo on Monday evening.
Tbe Oreo! West Amusement Co., of
Which >L <!. Moran. of Moose Jaw, ts
tbo manager, has held sway In tlio
city this week as a carnival Attraction, li was the center of attraction
at the new park grounds ou Monday.
Tuesday und Wednesday, and Ib spending ihe other three days or the week
at Kimberley. Crowds have been In
attendance at tht tents, the children
especially taking pleasure out of the
t ime-houored merry-go-round, while
the big ferris wheel was another mag-
not for those looking for diversion of
an unusual nature. There were the
customary side shows In evidence. Including u fire eating mnn, and a lady
who climbed the ladder of swords on
her bare feet; besides the wrestler
who took on all comers, nnd the animal show with some unusual specimens, such as monkeys, nn alligator
and others. The games of ohnnce never seemed to lack for patronage, oven tho ladles being Induced to take
part when dolls wero the prizes.
Refreshments of nil kinds from tho
lemonade tn the hot dog wore thero,
dermere over tbe new highway. From
there the party will proceed to the
inst via Golden.
A Benefit masquerade dance will be
held on Hallowe'en, October 31st at
Auditorium. B. of R. T. 29
A. A. Frechette, of Grand Forks,
has recently heen spending some time
In the city and district, in tho Interests of the Frechette 2-in-l Snap Hook
Co., Ud. This Is a concern being
promoted to manufacture and market
tho patent Frechette 2-in-l double
double snap hook, of which Mr. Frechette is the inventor. It is a
contrivance ranging In sizo from the
smallest jewelry snap and harness
hook to the largest crane honks in
use at the present time, and it is claimed for it that tests prove It has
more than double the strength ot any
other hook of the same size, is more
durable and absolutely safe. The
company was first incorporated for
$10,500. but this was afterwards raised to $52,500, ond 'be scope of the concern enlarged to Include the manufacture of anything In malleable iron
or forged steel. Mr. Frechette stated he succeeded tn interesting some
Cranbrook capital in the venture, und
J. H. Dubois lias beon appointed tho
company's representative here, and
another agent has been named at
Kimberley. Mr. Frechette expects to
return to the city again before long.
"CHILDREN OF 1AW
IS MOST DRAMATIC
ANI» UNUSUAL PICTURE
Embracing 111 Us story many situations of dramatic power ami thrill
"Children of Juzz," a new Paramount
picture featuring Theodore Kosloft,
Ulcardo Cortes, Robert Onto anl Ei-
leen Percy will In- the fontlir'e utlrac-|
Hon at the Star theatre next Wednesday and Thursday. Tbo story deals
with the Jazz existence of Dabs
Weston, daughter of a flnam'lor. who
becomes engaged lo throe men simultaneously. Richard Forestall, son of
u mnn who maintains tho social
Ideals and customs of the 1850's !»'
devoted to her. but when he hears of]
her escapades he quits her. I
Subsequently. Babs Ib Induced to
lake a trip In a hydroplane with two]
of her admirers and the machine Is
wrecked In a storm off an island, The
quartette is rescued with difficulty
and they find Forestall on the Island
with his father and servants. Forestall Is the skipper of a schooner, tho j
crew of which mutinies and many
dramatic scones follow, tt Is through
tlipBp that tho JaM loving men and]
women find themselves, tho climax of j
Mrs.   M.   Kemball   returned   l<
home on  Tuesday after  being a  patient at the hospital for some lime.
Baptist church services on Sunday
next Will be conducted in tlie basement of the church, instead of at the
Masonic temple, which has been used
. while the alterations "ere being made
,at the church. The building has heen
raised aud put upon a cement founda-
| Lion and the full sized basement can
now be used for Sunday school purposes, week night meetings etc Geo.
R. Leask has carried out the work,
which will cost in tlio neighborhood
of three thousand dollars. Hev. W.
T. Tapscott will return from the east
in time to conduct the services next
Sunday.
Our stock uf Seasonable Materials
! for Men's Clothing is of highest quality,     A perfect fit und complete wt-
! Isfacttort guaranteed.     Grady & Eye,
! Tailors, Baker Street. 23tf
WANT ADS.
NOTJCE
I will not be responsible for an)
debts contracted by my son Roy Cor-
bctt, utter tills date, September i:itli.
IMS.
B. CORBETT.
29-30
ST Alt  8K(OM)  11/ID  STORK
l'hoee I.
We nay the best prices going tor all
kinds ot furniture. Wa bur any-
thing from a mouse tr i to an aut,*-
uobile.
W   W. Kllby, Auctioneer and Valuer
roil SAI.K—Two No. 5 Underwood
Typewriters, used very little, lu
good condition, can be soen nt tho
High school at any time, $11", each.
Apply Secretary of School Board,
tf
POR RENT - -Three roomed house nt
Kootenny Orchard. Kent very reasonable,   Oarage, Phono Ul.       28
I	
POR BALE—Registered Uolstelu Bull
Cdlt,two months old. from five eul-
lon cow, price *f.o. Would exchange
ror hogs. M. Cathcart Scott, Newgate. B.C. 29-34
'
FOR SALE—Older Cooler. Bar Counter,  and  Ribbon  Case    Cheap  for
Cash. Charles Morrison, Kimberley.
27tf
POR  SALJ3—Creera Separator ntsdo
hy International Harvester Co., Ap-
|   piy   ii. Woston, Baker st.        27if
OLD KING COAL
ISA MERRY OLD
SOUL WHEN YOU
HAVE  A
Cf V*-i;'i[
Coal bills never worry
owners of the patented
CaloriC Pipelesi Furnace.
Thegr buy M to I. leu
fiiel, yet hav* perfect
comfort in every room in
coldest weather.
This record backed up by
over 125,000 satisfied
users.
A CaloriC Is an investment that soon pays for
itself. Gat I CsloriC
NOW!
Patmore   Bros*
Sanitary X Healing
Engineer*
O taia .MB M, a. ee.
.
LOST Collie pup aboul three months
| old. White imittle on now, while
paws, while ilpp.-d lall, splash of
while on breast and neck, chilli's
pel. Finder please relnrn 'o or
notify Mr, T It, Pint. 2x11
POII   SAI.K    L.
Weslon,  Itnltci
K.   Rifle
SI reel.
Apply 11
27lf
TO IIF.NT Furhii-hi'd rooms In prl-
| vale home, hoard If dtalred Apply,
I     lleruld olllee. 87-88
POII   SAI.K    BtUUtpIl '.   11  (Ul,  sop
I rauo. triple silver plated, gold lined
j    hell, Willi case.    I'ltt.ne 871,       2711
I	
TO HUNT. — Suitable ollleo or siore
on Armstrong Avenue, next to W.
p. noma's, Apply lo W. v.'. Kllby. 221 f
poll SAI.K. — Norlhorn Klerlrlc vuc-
uumrlenher, practically new. Apply In A. II. Blumenueur, Bus 458.
sait
and helped to giro things the custom- tha plctsre being eiceptlonally strong
ury carnival atmoaphera. and tilled with novelty.
CANADIAN CAFE & ROOMS
Newly Constructed - Nicely Furnished
Modern Improvements
KIMIMS BY DAT Oil WKKK
Van Horne St., Oppoalte Depot
POR RENT—Ollleo to rent two doors
from Venecia Hotel, apply to John
Onrd. 22tf
'0 ACRE FARM CHEAP—for quick
sale, (lood buildings, spring creek,
auto road to door, One bottom land
with part already undjr cultivation
Big Sullivan Mine, Kimberley, etnas
by, Is ready market right at door
Apply to Martin Bros., Cranbrook,
Ml M|

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