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Array TEE-47.&AN BROOK RERALD
Apr. HIM
VOLUME  a
CRANBROOK, B.C., MORAY, NOVEMBER 2nd, l»2»
N I II B K It     8 «
STAR
THEATRE
Keaton's Klevcrest Komcdy  "THE THREE  AGES"
HIS FIRST SUPER SPECIAL FEATURE, With MARGARET LEAHY, ENGLISH BEAUTY CONTEST. WINNER
WE GUARANTEE THIN SPECIAL FEATURE TO BE ONE 01 THE PUSSIEST COMEDIES WE HAVE EVER SHOWN IN THE STAR THEATRE
Fri. C& Sat
Nov. 9th-10th
Conservatives at
Yahk Organized
Strom;  Local  Hmly  for Hi Oil In
Mill Town mii Niilunlii)  Lasl
At Good Meeting
<>u Saturday evening lust a mosl
imtlnirilmttlr Conservative Association
organisation mooting wns held al
Yahk. Many local Conservatives Innl
plnnuoil in no down to tho Junction
city, but through sickness anil business ut tho Iuhi minute only two were
libit* to get away. Those wore ll. W.
Herchmer ami Dr Rutledge. The
moetlng was held in the parlor of the
Yuiik Motel uml about thirty rosliloulB
o[ tlie town, tlie mill ami tho eamps
wore present to form nn organization.
U. Jarvls was appointed temporary!
chairman and carried things through'
with despatch. On tlie suggestion of
Mr Herchmer the election nf olllcers
was speedily concluded, this resulting
as follows:
Kt. Hon. Arthur Meighen Hon. Pres.
Hon. W. J. Bowser .. Hon, Vlce-Prea.!
R. Jarvls      President
W.   B.  Murray       Vice-President
J. Hamilton    Sec.-Troas. I
The following were appointed to the
executive: Messrs. I). Hamilton, Wm.
Smyth. Jack Hart. B. Riley, P. Keyes.
C. W. Edwards, G S. Baker. |
Dr. Rutledge, who was called upon
io address the meeting complimented;
them on the good turn out and the |
enthusiasm shown lu thu election of
officers. They were now well organized and there was no doubt lhat they
would flourish politically. He stated I
there was always a great work for an
organization such as had heen formed
among them. Elections were not won
so much on election day as through
the continual work of the organization
In many ways. He said there wen1
symptoms of an election in the air,
New road pangs were being put. on
here and there, ami other things thai
generally indicated approaching elections were taking pluce. The government could not on their record hope
for victory, but if ihey thought thru a
favorable termination of the freight
rates appeal thero was a chance of
victory, they would appeal to the
country for a snap verdict. H was
Wise therefore to he ready for any
emergency. The speaker referred to
the ever Increasing debt being piled
up by the Oliver government* showing
where the per ciiplla debt was just
twice that of Alberto, Instances of
extravagance were also cited nnd be
felt thnt he could rely on t.ie organisation at Yahk tn see that the interests
of tho party were looked after,
Mr. Herchmer followed with nn interesting review of Hie work of the
Oliver government. He expressed his
gratification at tbe result of the meeting and tbe election of officer* and wns
glad to see young men coming out
which was a good sign, li was good
to seo the better element coming out.
as this was conducive to a batter government, which could    be    no    better
than its supporters, Tho Oliver gov
eminent were morally obligated to
carry out the principles enunciated
by Mr Brewster. Mr. Oliver, ho\-
ever. chose rather to repudiate these
obligations with (be reiull that nil
appointments have been party ones,
and economy has beon thrown to the
winds. The salary list lias jumped
from |l,flOO,000 In 1916 to $4,000,000
lu lit.:... The per capita reveiim- wns
|8(1.00 win-i»M', the per capita expend!
lure was $.111110. twice ai) much as lu
Quebec, There were many Indications
In hIiow Hint the government was not
a business olio.
Ai tlm conclusion uf the adjlreasu
Mr (I. S Baker moved a vnle ol
thanks to the visiting speakers foi
tllOlr assistance In the matter of tin
formation of the Yahk association am
fills was heartily curried
Thore waa not n sultleleiitly largi
attendance In evidence at the Mflpl
Hall Inst Saturday evening to hold
the general meeting of the Provide
lal Parly Ol B.C.. which had beon ad
VOtlsed for that time. It bad been
Intended then lo complete a local organisation, and to elect delegates to the first convention the new
parly will hold al Vancouver early
In December.
VANCOUVER ROXARIAN
TELLS OF MORE TOURISTS FOR NEXT YI.AH
Mr.   Hoy   Wrlgloy   Math'  Trip
Sunlit to IllH'stilttllf llll'llix
I nr t Hiuiim Venr
Ou Tuesday  tbo Itotarlaus  had  us
Iheir Kliest  Mr.   Roy   l'\   Wrlgley,   lbe
president ond managor of iho Wrlg-
ley's  Directories Ltd., VutlCOUVOr, Mt',
Wrlgloy lias Just retumod from a trip
io California which be took to study
personally ihe motor tourlei business
l**n route. Mr, Wrlgloy visited nearly
every tourist camp of any Importance
ami favored the Hotariaus here with
his observations in connection therewith. He urged thai Cranbrook or
any other community Mint wishes to
profit from the tourist tralllc pity
trlel intention to It. Canada and the
Han It-Winder moro tour was tbe most
nikcd of trip on the whole continent,
mil be considered that we have only
list begun to see the tourists from tbe
itataa, He estimated that next year
here would be at least two lo five
hues as many tourists coming through
than last year. In looking on the
rist. traffic strictly from a commercial standpoint he suggested that
thoso visiting the camps should not
D to Impress upon the tourist lbe
mimerclal possibilities of the district. Instances were quoted where
largo sums were spent in Vancouver
through this agency. That the peak
had been reached so far as the migration to the Slates was concerned was
opinion of Mr. Wrlgloy, conditions
were not as good there now and people wero coming buck.
Mr. and Mrs. EJ. H. McPhee left on
Sunday morning on a trip to Calgary,
where Mr. McPhee went to transact
business ill connection with his radio
li'vlonmont. They returned on
Wednesday about midnight and report
the roads lu first class shape. Mr.
McPhee brought back with him a
largo a mount of additional radio
equipment including a loud speaker.
tbis adding materially to the value of
a  set.     As  announced   elsewhere  th<
merit of the machine which Mr. Mc
Phoe is    selling    was demonstrated
when   bo   was   successful   In   hearing
Pittsburg on Priday evening last a'
6 p.in.    Tbis was very clear and ills
tlllet.
YOU ARE BROUGHT
HACK TO LIFE WHAT
STATUS HAVK YOU*
Uisnrulng Sociological Problem
Raised by  Possibilities of
New Drag
If you were "Legally Dead" would
your wife be a widow.' Could yc-U
many again without committing
bigamy 1 Gould you be sued for debt?
[Would you be a lawful parent to your
children? Could you be arrested under your name? Would you be a per
son or a ghofeti    Could yon vote?
Slowly he opened bis eyes, a surprised look around tho room, there
was bis sweetheart, bis friend the
donor and lbe Warden who bad lust
le.l him h> ihe gallOWs. But. it could
not be true; he remembered distinctly
the noose being slipped around his
neck, the trap being sprung, tbe terrible pain of a moment uml then the
darkness,
■ Am I alive or dead? Is this heaven
or is tbis the earth?" queried the surprised mnn.
Slowly the warden drew a paper
from bis pocket      ll  was a cerlltlt
signed by throe physicians stating
tha) will Campbell had been examined after execution und was dead
The warden smiled, folded the paper
and said;
"According to this paper yon are
legally dead. You paid the penally
for a crime Lhal wo found you were
Innocent Ol one second after ihe Irap
was sprung With lhe use nf adrenalin, IhO Sensational drug discovered
recently. Dr. debtor has brought back
your life. But, legally, you are dead
.lust whnl your status Is in the world.
nobody knows.
This bi au absorbing situation thai
furnishes one of the big moments in
the production "Legally Dead", which
Will play at the Star theatre next
week, lt ts doubtful If a more dramatic story has ever been written lu
wliich the sensational outcome was
based on fart.
u.
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NKyY HOTEL OPENS
TO Till: TRAVELLING
PURL1C THIS WEEK|;
»*M*-M>«**^*^;4***6^**0<M [SUNDAY SCHOOL ENTER-
COMMUNICATION
TAINMENT MARKS AN-
MVKKSARY  AT  YAHK
Thai Crutibrook has
bio showing so far at
ouiodalloii   lor   Ihe   tr
i concerned la evident
nude a credit-
providing Bevelling  public
ed  by I lie fact
pluce    was
i  Thursdayi
where
g<	
r   iip-lo-diil
lie    public    i
livelier can gel rooms as
that can he found any-
wliere. This latest addition to the
< Uy hotels is tbe Mount Batter, situated ill lhe eoal end of Maker Street.
The building is a (wo storey solid
brick on a heavy concrete foundation,
Featuring the hotel are the large,
well lighted bedrooms, fitted with the
best of beds, springs and bedding. Hot
and cold water is lo be found In every
room and some have bath, uml others
as well shower baths.
Tbe Interior woodwork is finished
in the natural shade and is very effective, Tbe lobby of the hotel with Its
file] lace is also attractive ami comfortable, An automatic, fire alarm
system has been installed as well as
hose hydrants for emergency use
which are located In each hallway.
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(From Our Own Correspondent)
AN APPIU.I lUIIIN T]|(.  Yll,,k  Sunday  School   held   Its,
Vancouver B.C, first  anniversary  on   Saturday, Octo- ]
After   reading   in   your   esteemed] her 37th, In the mill ball.     The Bun-1
paper, tjie interesting an.nun   nf lbe  day School, organized Just, a year ago. [
new church at lnvermere and recentjhns had a very successful
dedicatory services by the Lord Bishop the i Iversory services were   both
of the diocese, ono wants i(» add just, Instructive   aud   entertaining,       Rev,
one word more a 'well done' to the; Mr. Varley acted uh chairman and his
VOUTHFUL SPIRITS
MARK HALLOWE'EN
AS CUSTOMARY
*    WOMEN'S INSTITUTE    *
The topic for the next meeting of
the Women's Institute, Tuesday, Nov
Oth, Is "Women's Institute Work and
Methods.'* by Mrs. Qeo, Taylor. There
will be a solo by Miss Qnrhtnd and
arrangements win he hinric for the
Cookery Sale.
The Women's Institute intend holding a cookery sale on Saturday. Somber 10, at the I...W.V.A. Hall,
cry earnest and devoted vicar whose
untiring   efforts   have brought   this
uiiful llltle edifice Into being.
'be lus' to think of or look for
praise, .Mr. Atkinson, through months
ceaseless endeavor, has borne the
brunt und burden of the organizing,
citing, designing ami currying out
tho operations, Further than that
and still more important, his spiritual
work, in the parish hns been deep and
far-reaching.
With the completion nf this 'House
of God' lu our midst, a building sacred to the best and highest ideals of
the community, a yet more definite
and extended sphere of usefulness
will bo possible, und tn 'Padre', as
many of his people affectionately term
him, wo gladly offer our word of
gratitude and appreciation.
ONE OP TDK FLOCK
Some Striking Add res sen Given
nnd Sessions Prow Helpful uml Inspiring
The benefit masquerade dame given on Hallowe'en night by the B. of
It. 'I", was a great nuccess, the hall being crowded with merry-makers,
There were some very clever costumes, the majority of which were unite
original, The Trainmen are to he
congratulated on the success of tbelr
ifforts. The.music was provided by
the Robinson orchestra and wus much
appreciated. The success of the
dame was lu a large measure due to
Ihe valuable assistance given by Ihe
Ladies' Auxiliary who wero responsible for that very important feature of
the function, serving tbe refreshments. The prize winners were:
Best billies' costume and best gentle-
Hi st ladies' costume .mil besl gentlemen's costume. Mr. and Mrs. J, S
Dunlop; Miss EJ. Fletcher, as an English golfer, best ladles' comic; Mr.
Fennessey, best  gentlemen's   comic;
best ladies' original, Miss Sybil McDonald, as powder puff; cilhert t-ac-
ey, as the 11*1!:' Follies, won lhe best
gentlemen's original. Tbe committee
in charge wish to thank those who
generously donated refreshments, and
to ihe public for their generous patronage. There were many cakes untouched, and these were taken on
Thursday and donated to the hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. A, C. Bowness returned on Thursday from a motor trip
io ihe Coast. Mr and Mrs. Garnham
expect to return B little luter.
Coming 6vcm$
I llio
Bmia
8, — Bpecti\l tout
"Where Hi.' Pnv*
Moil, Turn, Nov. 6 A ii
tnro "Logully Donil"
I'lnlil.'lll  I'll'
ill III,! Star.
|W«1„
llrlv
I Wort. Tlmr.
j in "Tliey
!   Stnr.
ov. 7. — Pnrltli Hull wiilm
ami Dnnoe,
Nov. 7 H 8—Viola Dunn,
l.lko 'Km lloiiRh" at the
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! i Innocent Man Hanged
IM. Sut. Nov. 9 & 10. — Ilia Buster
Keaton Comorty Special al the star.
"The Three Auen"
Snl. November 10. — General meeting anil Smoker nt the G.W.V.A. at
H n.m.
Moil., Nov. 12. — 0. W.| V. A. Armln-
llee Mall, al the Auditorium
Usual   Trunks   Arc   Reported
Willi u Few 1'iiislnu; Minimis
nl' I.mill Juki's
District Hockey wiih
Amateur Status
The celebrating ol
ami I St'.lniM Day" passed
toniary Jollification
tlron, while tiie older
"U'
MEETINGS OI' KOOTKNAY
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION
PIIOYK NO'inVOKTHY
Friday, Nov.
Auditorium.
Ill   nia   Itnnoe   In   the
THEN  IIIMU UHT BACK TO 1,1 KK!
See Story On This Page
Fr!., Nov. lfi. --- St, Mnry'H Church
annual bazaar, at the K. P. Hall.
| Wednesday, Novemher 21: ChrlBt
Church annual liazaar and sale of
work.
I Tuesday. Dec. 85th.—-Chrlataaae Night
r L  Dance at tha Auditorium.
Characterized liy one of the Visiting
delegates, himself a stalwart in the
denomination, as the most helpful
occasion of lu* hind lie had known,
the meetings of tlm Kootenay Baptist
Association closed on Thursday of last
week, after three days of session.
The Vice-Moderator ol ihe Association, Mr. H. It. Hlnton. presided at
the meetings, and the outstanding
feature of the Tuesduy Opening  ses-
on, after tho appointment of the usual   cominiteecs.   wus   Ui,-   address   by
Rev. 11. 11. Bingham, of Calgary to
which reference was made last week.
Wednesday morning saw the introduction of the new Pernie Baptist
pastor Ret-. H. P. Humphries, An
address of welcome from tho local
church wus given to the visitors hy
Mr, J. L. Palmer and in responding.
Dr. Wolverton, of Ne.800, stated that
i special welcome to Cranbrook was
unnecessary - they always had it.
The list of delegates wns at* follows:
Nelson - Dr. ami Mrs. N. Wolverton. Rev. J. E. Tyn.-r. Mrs. A. F. Richards. K. H. Evans, Fernie - Rev.
H. P. Humphries, Mr. M. B. Groat
nbrook — A. D. Bridges. H. R
Hlnton. Mrs. Bridges, Mrs. Taylor:
alternates— Mrs. li. L. Porter, Mrs
.1. F. Bridges. Mrs. Constantino, Mrs.
J. L, Palmer. Trail — Rev. A. B. S.
Stanley. In addition there were some
notable visitors attending the meetings.
The reports of the different church-
in the association showed that pro-
gross had been made numerically and
financially, The point was stressed
hy ono speaker In renurd to the membership that the churches of the int-
rior are constantly contributing
of their numbers to the coast church'
es when removals take place. .
On Tuesday afternoon a number of
addresses were given including one
by Mr. Humphries of Fertile on "Sunday School Evangelism," and another by Mr. Stanley of Trail on B. Y. P.
I'. work. A layman's views on "How-
to Keep the Teen Ag:e Boys In Sunduy School," was given in an able
lulk by Mr. Conslantlne of this city,
who among oilier things said that
one great help towards this end would
he for the parents tu go with them.
Another noteworthy contribution from
a layman was an address on tbe C.
8. E. T. work hy Mr. Porter, lu which
he nppenled for a greater measure of
earnestness and consecration and also more co-operation from the parents. One secret of success in the C.
S. E. T. work, he felt wus to lay emphasis on tbe spiritual phase.
The banquet tendered the visitors
by the ladles or the church on the evening of that day was a splendid success, and was attended by Rov. E. W.
McKay and Rev. B. O, Freeman from
the sister churches in the city.
On Wednesday evening Dr. Sweet,
the principal of Brandon College, delivered a most lucid explanation of
the educational work carried mi by
the college In the west. Dr. Sweet
has Just been Inducted Into the presidency of the college, and Hits was
practically his first address since assuming that responsibility. The same
evening Dr. Bingham gave another
address on the significance of the big
world Baptist connress which he attended, at Stockholm this summer, Illustrating this with views of interest and anecdotes of tho trip. There
are now eleven million Baptists am
address ou Sunday School work was
au Inspiration to the parents and the
Sunday school teachers present.
Alt interesting feature of the entertainment was the distribution of
prizes fur elllclency and attendance.
The classes were examined hy Rev.
Mr. Lancaster for elllclency, and prizes awarded, The results nhowed a
high average for elllclency. and the
attendance was excellent, everything
considered. The prizes were: Senior class, a Bible, to Harry Ersklne:
primary class, a Bible story hook, to
Hope Baker: Beginners' class, a Bib-1
lo story hook, to Jack Edwards. In
addition, Harry Ersklne and Ueorge
Smith received gold wreaths, and the
following gold plus and diplomas for
attendance: Slyvla Baker, Mary Bur*
I Ingham, Emily Burllngham, Hope
linker, Lena Neldlac, (leorgc Baker,
Roy Stapleton, Callum MacKcnzic and
John   MacKetizte
The following program was very
well rendered and was received with
much appreciation hy those who nt
tended:
Piano   solo,   Louise   Burllngham\
chorus 'Twilight," Scholars:     Song,'
Five Little Mothers," June Hamllt-
'ii, Helen McGinnls,  Francis Bauin,
Dorothy Williams, Alice Walker:  Di-j
alogue, "Pulling a Tooth," Harry Krs-
kfne, (ieorge Smith  and  Archie   Mc-
eod: Chorus, "Mr. Froggle," Sehol-
rs:   .Mouth  Organ  Solo.  Delia Gaul-
man:   Solo. Mary  Burllngham:   Song,
"Tenting  To-Ntght,"   Harry  Erskine.
George Smith,  Archie McLeod,    Tom
Shaw and Mrs. Lythgoe.     The accompanist for the evening was Mrs. Jack
|Walker.
After playing games and serving
efreshments the evening closed with
ifnging "Qod Save the King."
The Knights of Pythias will hold a
Basket Social and Dance at the K. P.
Hall, on Tuesday, November 20th. to
wliich everybody will be welcome.
36tf
A. I, Fisher of Fernie Ik in ('ranbrook as defence lawyer In the Wiles
;ase which came up for hearing before
Judge Thompson on Thursday, and
will likely last for the rest of the
week.
On Wednesday evening the Women's
Missionary Society of Knox Church
hud the pleasure of hearing Rev. W.
T. Tupscott of the Baptist Church, at
their thank offering meeting. The
speaker took us his subject the foreign missionary, showing that it was
a man's job and required as much
courage as any military adventure.
The advent of the missionary meant
the introduction of civilisation and
advancement. The collection, which
wus by envelope, amounted to $116.
Tin-re were some special contributions, one of $60 from Mrs A. A. MacKinnon as a memorial to her mother, und another of $25.00 for a life
membership in the society to Mrs. R.
P. Moffatt, us a murk of recognition
or her long and faithful service as a
member. Miss Jean Flett read the
lesson for the evening, nnd a solo by
Mrs. NorRrove, and a trio by Mrs. Eye,
Mrs. Orady aud Mr. Hannu constituted the musical program. A social
hour with refreshments brought a ve
ry profitable evening to a close.
nf All
ifr with the cus-
ainong   the   rhil-
roung ones chose
Meeting Last Kritlnj Hears Ad-
dri'ss Kroni Mr, (.»'«». Murmj
Dominion Representative
the dance us a mean.'* of marking the
occasion, Grueaomo looking troupe
of youngsters lu the early part of the
evening made the rounds of their
neighborhoods performing in divers
ways in an endeavor to win the ccv-
eted apples und candy After hearing
of the quantities consumed hy some of
the children one feels obliged to
chnnge any previous estimate of their
capacities.
While no one wishes to interfere
with the innocent onjoyment of the
young ones on Hallowe'en, when one
sees acts of wanton destruction that
took place, they seem regrettable. Why
such liberties should be taken on this
night mora than any other Is hard to
understand. Some of the acts which
have eoino to light are the bending of
the ornamental iron fence in front of
the residence of Mr. Santo; the
smushlng of the furnace for rubbish
at tho rear of the Deattie-Noble store,
which was also uncalled for; Fred
Ryckninifs property on Lumsden Avenue lost a part of its fence, and a
window was broken at the post office
by the boys. A resident a little way
out of tbe city had a big gate badly
damaged, and most of the windows of
the husiness places were marked, up j nlM>teniiv
iu   some  way   or other.    There   were
That amateur sport has many sympathizers in this section ot Baal Kootenay was amply evidenced OU Friday
evening las: when about forty repre*
seutatlvos trom ICimberley, Wycliffe
and Cranbrook, gathered at tin- v Mr.
\. to moot the district representative
n tin' B.C branch of the a a.a of c.
Mr. Ueorge .Murray of Trail Those
present first sat down to :. tempting
lunch. t'< which due justice w.ts done.
After thip had been concluded, chair-
j m..n Fred Scott, iu a few well chosen
w,»rds, saiii he considered the atten-
dence a very high compliment to the
Amateur At Diet ft  Association and its
riijucsentative, Mr George Murray,
who was to give an address on matters
relating to amateur sport, lie particularly appreciated the presence of
so many delegates from outside points.
Mr George Murray was than introduced, and after expreh-in^ surprise
at the pleasant reception accorded
him on bis visit to Cranbrook which
was supposed to be tor Jum a little
talk Over mutters with one or two of
those liHere.'ted. related the history
Of amatrv^ **port in the Kontetiay.-*,
with Its K*.:.v n* m; Trail about
five years ago.   It had now developed
ttl the point  where associations were
being formed iu b->& Eas'  and West
Tbe people of Trail became
tired of the evils of ihe seini-profes-
also doings at the high school which | <li)lml    ^.^    aml    uetlM.mlne),    u>
tRtntnate it so far as they were concerned.     Now   instead   of  Ivn-ing   to
dip down" for the support of paid
mou. they had   made  sport   self-sup-
•ortiug.    It was now both a sporting
nd a financial success. They had in-
called for proper explanation the following morning, Whllo it may
be said, and, correctly, that 'twas t*v-|..
er thus, si ill many are of »he op.nion;
that the time has come to crusade for:
ane   Hallowe'en.      In some places
duced  ihe  council   and  the company
special  warnings are issued and ad
ilitional police are sworn in which has|.0 absis, financially as thl-y aprecla-
had a good effect. |■ |ei, ^ W(irk lhlU waji beitlg d0M for
tho boya and girls, ami ha') hopes of
secu.ii*> for the aaiu-ois a competent
to m- a b*g aftoir *nd; pb7ik.a( in.Irt),.rur. Tn(. rtf,,lUa 0i>
tained ther»» were beyond expectation.
Other  points    follow**d   Trail's lead.
A. dunce
Anabil
Mrs W.  H. Brown left on  Wednesday for a six months visit to California.    Mr.  H. A.  Brown accompanied j ■
her as far as Spokane.
The t;. 'V. '
night piomuic     	
the eommlttee in cliargt- are goinn toj
see that everybody has a irood time
and soon West Kootenay was lined up.
Since the visit of Dr. Davidson from
the toast other branches have been
formed in the West and East Koote-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ nay     He   '-xplained   th*   function   of
On Tuesday evening the manage-1 the Amateur Athletir Association,
ment of the Star Theatre gave their'stating that it was simply to look
patrons a real treat, when, besides j*u,j the amatnir standing of partici-
showing an excellent feature picture...Atits in all sport-- The Wxal commit-
•'Youth to Youth" and a roarine com-, tee-? were responsible for the issuing
edy, the 12 piece orchestra of the; ,,f amateur cards tor all players in
Clef Club rendered a half hour's pro-j (he district. In regard to hockey he
gram which was keenly appreciated j ^id that a B.C. represenative had just
by those present. 1'nder the leader-j returned from Winnipeg with the in-
ship of Mr. Novak the orchestra a'- formatinn that the conference there
quitted themselves very creditably. derided that the B.C. branch of the
Amateur Hockey Association should
be responsible for all hockey played
[in B.C.. in other words, their control
extended   to   the   boundaries   of   B.C.
Btated, A committee reported on a project for a summer camp, uml some
representative names were added, l.a-
ler this committee reported again after going further into the mntter that! WOrtj- attending
tans will he made for the camp to,ovflnts  including fan'
Wednesday morning a number of
Rotarians left by car to attend an
intercity and interdlstrlct meeting of
the Rotarians in Spokane. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Beale. Mr.
and Mrs. A. Graham and Mrs Nelson.
Rev. E. W. MacKay, Mr. F M Mae-
I'hersou, Mr. George Salter, P. W.
Willis and Mr. Roy Wrlgley of Vancouver. Luncheons were held at noon
and evening on Thursday. Governor
Miles Higley paid his official visit to
the Spokane Club. The party are expected to return Friday.
T. H. Bronsdon Is now firing on a
Ford car on his off days, having purchased un auto from K. K. Medium, of
tho C.P.R. forestry department, who
Is being transferred to Calgary.
Keep Friday, November 9th, open
for the big Swimming Gala billed for
that evening at the Recreation Club
Mr. Salter promises an evening of fun
and If the success of the event In the
pool this summer Is any criterion, this
larger uffair will certainly be well
There will be 2<
living, swim
ming. greasy pole and other stunts
Mr. M. A. Beule Is donuiing a Cham
pionsbip Swimming Cup It will be
awarded on points so that members
of different classes will have ennnl
chances. Both the summer and the
winter events will be taken Into r
stderatlon,
lu* held on Kootenay Lake lu August
of next year. Further particulars of
this will he available in due course.
On Thursday afternoon the delegates enjoyed nn auto ride round the district for a time, and luter in session
again elected officers for the year as
follows: Moderator. Dr. N. Wolverton:
Vice-Mode rat or, Rev. H. P. Humph- ,^r^.^r^r^r^.^l^r^r^.^.^r^l^
rles: Secretary, Rev. A. B. S. Stan-1 On Saturday mornlnK last Mr, F G
ley. The Association will meet in Morris took the hoys or Miss Wood-
Ferule next year, In October. hind's   class,  sixteen  tn   number,  to
Au address on women's work was the Klmlwrley Concentrator, where,
given In the evening by Mrs. F. Con-jthrouKht the kindness of Superintcn-
stanline, following a women's session ' dent   Hannay.  the  boys   were  shown
Fernie. for instance, might cast in
their lot with Alberta, but they could
not also claim a right to play for the
B.C. championship, thr- McBride Cup.
The speaker pointed out tliat one
matter that would require some consideration in the event o their going
Into the B.C. orpanlzation would be the
provincial play - off. Heretofore
competing teams from Nelson and
other points have had to go to the
coast. This cannot be done except at
cost of over |300 The plan for
which he would ask endorBation was.
that games should bo played alternately at the coast and the Interior.
When an Interior team was to compete
in the finals at the roast, the receipts
taken In the district play-off should be
pooled, ami af.er all expenses were
deducted the balance should go to
«Wray the cost that ordinarily haB to
be met by tin* compiling team from
the east When the coa^t team comes
to Hip interior ihey would be Riiaran-
tead tlftuO Mr. Murray hoped thet
as a result of their meeting ihey would
cast In their lot as West Kootenay
had done, with both tin- Hf'A.A. and
Hockey Associations, as it would be
necessary for East Kootenay to do
this in order to compete with their
logical opponents. West Koiic-nay.
In regard to the issuing of cards to
prospective players in the various
linen of sport, it was recommended
that In view of the fact that in the
paat semi-professional sports have
been prevalent In this district It
would be advisable nut to ko too deep-
famous plant.      lTnder tbe'ly into the amateur btending of play-
In  the afternoon.      This branch of i over the
activity showed up very encouraging- 	
ly. Rev. J. E. Tyner spoke on the; Pool und others the l-oys wero shown j and out
needs of the rural communities, tou-jthe various processes and evinced a j given "
chlng particularly on some of the keen Interest In the construction and
points in this district tint yet touch-'working of the plant, uklug notes,
ed hy any extension work. An address and getting a good grasp of the prln-
on "Personal Evengellsm" by Dr.lclple* involved. Air. Morris and Ihe
Bingham, with a deep, spiritual ap-|boys are deeply Indebted to Superin-
peal was a feature of the closing ses- jtendent Hannay and    his    assistants
slotiK, nnd also an address on Home
  Missions by Dr. J W. litch, tte WO.
ong thirty-five nations, Dr. Btafham ^auperliitamAaat
for their kindness, and especially for
the hoi tea supplied them for thatr
hiaeh.
professional, he should he
a card. This was of course to
hold only for this season in order lo
get a start. After this the strict
ltdter of the law would have to be
lived up to.
Mr Murray offered to leave wllh the
committee to be appointed a crgiy of
the West Kootenny constitution for
their guid&non tn framing one for thla FACIE  tho
THE   CKANBROOR   HERALD
Friday, Novonilior 2, 1993
j    Dick Moore Is having a '-Caloric"     A. G. Langley, cf Rcvelstoko, B. C.
Installed in his Hanson Avenue home, government mining engineer for tho
| division    of   the province embracing
this section, wns    ln   the city for a
J. B. Hoslnm wa. taken to the hoe- SIK.1|0„   „.„3   „,   ,„,, ,.
pltnl the latter pari ot lam week, and|shorl ,,„„, ,ho „,„, ,„■ Mst „,,k
on Friday undorwont nit operation for 	
appendicitis,     Ho is- now reported I
ho recovering nicety,
M lilt A It Y   III 'I1.IHM.
TO Hi: EKECrED  FOB
I'MVEKSITY OF B.C.
A   "Caloric"   Heating System   hu
been   installed    in    tlie new    LHinorl
building nt Kimberley.
For tender, meltingly delicious and wondrous flavored turkey, you must roast it in an SMP Crystal Ware
or Pearl Ware roasl ot*. This roaster roasts as if by magic.
It bastes the roast or fow!—tlie fat dripping down from
above. The delicate juices and rare flavor are cooked
right in. Nothing is lost. There is no wasteful shrinkage.
When you buy expensive roasts of meat, turkey, or
other fowl or fish, you want them perfectly cooked. For
from $2.00 to $4.00 you can purchase a splendid SM^
Roaster that will positively guarantee the roasting. To
ensure the perfect cooking of an expensive 15-lb. turkey,
surely it would pay you to use the proper utensil—an
SMP roaster costing only one-quarter the price of the
fowl!   A roaster that fully guarantees perfect roasting!
After the hardest roasting, an SMP Roaster cleans as
easily and simply as a china dish. No scouring or hard
cleaning. There are styles and sizes to suit every size
of roast, fish or fowl. Finished in Pearl Ware, two-
coated   pearly-grey enameled ware, or Crystal Ware,
three-coated    snowy-white   enameled   ware.
You can inspect them at any good hardware
store.
The Sheet Metal Products Co., •JftRff
Wlfinipfli
Calgary
J. T, Sarvis It
\ trom the elicits <
. recently  received ut  S
j hla regular run      il
■apt
Ig    slowly]
ed back h
'  whllo 01
■ni   ll
week I'or n llttlo whllo but. ll will I)
a while yd. before lie .an rei u hi
Mine Marlon Hendaraon of Cran-
brook, wlio has been n visitor with
Dr. and .Mrs. Hotuloraotl the poet
Hire- months, lefl on Priday for Van-
' ciuiver, where hIic will spend the next
fOW  lis.    CroHton Ki'vi.'W.
i Constahloa Donahue and Thomas
left last week, with a contingent i
for llio Nelson jail. Two ladle** and
gentleman from the local Indian reservation^ wero going io Borvo terms;
; for using Insulting language to the
' Indian agent ami tho fourth was Andrew Tascaro who goes to complete
bis six months term for ihe shooting
of a Westport, resident.
The Western  Cafe  and  Rooms  Invites Lite patronage of any one who is
seeking a  comfortahlfl  place to  live.*
j Tliis Is an entirely new and up-to-date
. nreproof hotel uud is filled lip with
jail modern conveniences.   The bed-
I rooms are largo and bright, Simmons
'beds adding much to their comfort,
nud the linen-oti the beds Is kept spot- I
' lossly clean.   In the hallways are flro
extinguishers    and    atttomaUc    fire-1
alarms.    Connected with tho hotel Is;
' :\ enfe where the wauls of the Inner
l iim ti arc carefully looked nfter. I
.Miss Pearl Asher, who has been a
visitor with Mr. nml Mrs. Hendreii
for the past fow mouths, left, on Frldayl
for Wibiiu, Montana, wliere her par-
outs are now roaldlUg", Creston He-
view.
Operations arc being carried ou In
an even more extensive way ut llio
Ilrown i'oiiitr.v Ranch, Fori Sloolo,
conversation ivltli c. it. Brown, the
well  known proprietor of tlio place
reveals. SOIUO throe thousand hens
will   lie   wintered,   ami   the  egg   pro-
tluoilon is now hoglnttlng to show uu
upward trend as the pullets conn1 Into
laying. As a roan11 of experiments
with tho feeding of bens al the moulting period, ami varying kinds of food
Mr. Drown states he may carry over
more hens and so have to start out u
thousand or so less chicks every
spring. In addition to ihe chickens,
some hundred and twenty-five prime
geese are being put on tho niarkel
for Thanksgiving, and some unusual
products from tho poultry ranch. In
Iho shape of chicken soup iu an undiluted form, and boneless chicken,
both put up in ttie well known sanitary glass sealer, havo been on sale
recently from the Ilrown ranch. In
addition to the poultry operations, Mr.
Brown has built up a herd or about
fifteen pure bred tullch cows to provide tlie milk to feed the chickens,
and lias his own pure bred bull as
Well, and also a number of pure bred
pigs, that, can be fed economically in
tlie scheme of things obtaining at tbe
ranch. In addition to some new poultry and other buildings which have
been put up on the place this year
Mr. Brown Is now at work putting up
a house.
Victoria—It has been announced by
Ur. Sutherland, minister ot public
works, that he intends to call for tenders for the erection of a permanent
fireproof library building for the University of British Columbia. As an
Indication of the growth of this Institution of learning it is Interesting to
observe that tbe books to be boused
already number nearly 50,000 volumes.
It is understood that ihe cost of the
building for which tenders are about
to be culled will be met entirely from
tho sale of adjacent, lauds that belong
to tbo people of tlie province. These
havo been set aside for the purpose of
furnishing tho wherewithal essential
to the development of the University.
Mrs. McMurney, of Cranbrook, was
a visitor I'or a lew days in Kitchener.
the guest of Mrs. Hunt, -Cresion Review.
BIG   22
BIDFORE DECIDINQ ON THE
FURNITURE
FOR VOUtl NEW HOME,
cm.I. at tin: iiiii 22
Hi' now hi.vu ii lull line <ii' llio following!
LIBRARY ami PARLOR TABLES
KITCHEN CABINETS   BUFFETS
MATTRESSES TRUNKS and SUITCASES
BEDS and BED SPRINGS      WINDOW SHADES
DRESSERS DINING TABLES and CHAIRS
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Week=End  Specials |
ut the *J
P. Burns Market
DELANY & SINCLAIR
SOI.i: AGENTS FOR
SMP   WARE   in Cranbrook
Phone 84
Pho-w 84
VeVJVVAtV.V.V.V,'.VAm.W.V.WAWM1W//bV.WM1AW. |
MIMEOGRAPHING
LINE WORK, MUSIC, TYPEWRITTEN MATTER, Ele.
■— Enquire at —
The Herald Office
CRANBROOK, B.C. PHONE 18
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AM, CUTS ARE EH Oil CHOICE YOI'NU CATTLE. Etc,
Reef Boil 8c to 10t per 11)
Beet Pot Roast       10c to 126 per lb.
Heel' Prime Rib Rolled 	
Heel' Shoulder Steaks 	
Veal Stew 	
Veal Shoulder Roast 	
Mutton, Shoulder Roast or Boil
Million Slew 	
Pork Shoulder Roasls 	
Mince Meat   	
25c lb.
18C lb.
IOC lb.
15<i lb.
25c lb.
156 lb.
226 i>'
22c lb.
TRY Ol'R SHAMROCK PRODUCTS— HAM. BACON;
LARD, Etc.
P. BURNS & COMPANY LTD.
Service
Quality
PHONE 10
iMM".WWIaWAnA".WAWA%S*.W.VW,rt«*V».
CRANBROOK, B.C. j
'•Wrt^WUWlW
StfSS SACRIFICE SALE
Is Continuing With Unrivalled Savings on High Grade Merchandise
And When Hill Puts On a Sale - IT'S GENUINE!
LADIES', MISSES AMI CHILDREN'S
Coats, Dresses & Dress Goods, White wear, Sweaters, Boots, Shoes, Slippers, Hose,
ARE ALL BEING SACRIFICED AT 75c ON THE DOLLAR
RAIOITT SAVING OF ONE-FOURTH
PRICE OP T
LADIES' SUITS
in ull  tlio latent shades. Some Fur
Trim; 1. ami othors along tho plain
tailored lines nl 250„ '"'I'
a $20.00 suit for...... $15.00
A $37.50 Still for 28.15
a $ in.nn suit for  36.15
LADIES'COATS
nl Prlco* Hint ulll nl .ui.-.- Ahmet:
A Ladies $110 ('out for $15.00
Ladies Coals, $30 for $22.50
Ladles Coats, $00 for $45.00
V>  In it (oirnioiiN Alike
I.Mill's' DRESSES
Botany Serges, Trlcotlnes, Silks
and ('anion Crepes are to be
offered at REDUCED PRICES
Stylo and workmanship excellent In every "detail.
We i|uote a fow prices which
will govern.
A Dress regularly priced
$7.50. for $5.05
$12.50, for     $9.40
$20,110, for $15.00
I all mul I li Tills I,Ine liter While
Hie Sizes lire Complete
Coveralls ami I'urcli Dresses to
be Sacrificed at Prices That are
Away Below Real Values
OKI-' TIIE REGULAR  PRICES.    H' WILL MEAN' THAT YOU CAN PURCHASE ANY FOUR ARTICLES    FOR
IIREE, WHETHER IT BE PRINT AT 26c PER YARD, OR SILK AT $2.75 PER YARD.
THE
Wi
Space does nol permll of mentioning lu
detail the Values Offering al \V. D, HILL'S
GENUINE EARLY AUTUMN SALE. A
call will convince the mosl discrimaliitg
shopper iliat Hill's vi'lucs are unapproachable.
A Child's Shoe, regu
lar $1.25. for        95C
A Child's Shoe, regular $2.00 for       $1.50
All sizes in Misses' or
Boys' shoes, regular
$11.00 for      $2.25
All sizes in Misses or
Boys' Sliose, regular
$4.QP for      $3.00
Ladies' Shoes, rug. $0 $4.50
LatflOB' Shoes, reg. $8, $6.00
Ladles' Shoes, regular
$12.50. for $9.40
A Hunch of Ladles' High Top
Shoes, regular price $12.50, will
lie cut In two aud sold at 6.25
Ask To Ile Shown This Line
Ladies'    Waists    in    Voile,
LADIES' WAISTS' of Georgette,
Crepe de Cklno und other tine moter-
Inls, ull going at one hall' off the regular selling price. See what It means.
Wuists selling regularly at
$4.00, for  $2.00
$5. Waists to go out at $2.50
(leorgotte Waists, reg. $9.50
ami $12.50 for $4,75 & 6.25
<5*
f Kpmr
W. D. HILL,
Till: LADIES', KISSES' AND
CHILDREN'S STORE
EXCLUSIVELY Friday, November 2,192S
THE  CRANBROOK   IlEKAM*
PAGE THREE
metMist Church
REV. li. C. FREEMAN, Pastor
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER i
11 a.m. Subject:
"When The Brook Went Dry"and Adult Bible Class
12.15 Sunday School and Adult Bible Class
7.30 p.m. Subject:
"Courage for Self Conquest"
Fifteen Minute Preliminary So        ng Service
Familiar  llynius
A CORDIAL WELCOME TO ALL
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
1'hor.e «10
I'.O. llei m
B. A.
M00RH0USE
A.M.U.I.C., & I1.C.I..H.
PROV.
UNI) NIU.VK.VOH
Olllce -
Armstrong Ave.
Cranbrook
•       •       ■     B.C
Drs. Green & MacKinnon
Phjslcluus and Surgeons
Office at  residence,  Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICE HOURS
Afteruoons    2.00 to 4.00
Evening!   7.30 to 8.HO
Sundays 2.00 to 4.00
CRANBROOK, B.C.
DR. F. B. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE HOURS
• to II a.m.     1 to B p.m.
Hanson Blk., CRANBROOK. B.C.
ni \ discilauged whin
TitAiTint meets KITHI-
i:m:« pnosi'ECTOfts
\v. n. Miivia, :i trappor r as Ull tig ■•'
Kin ihanor, waa tool woeh found guilty of shooting with Intent to causa
gl'olvoilfl bodily Imrm. ami wns allow-
oil his I'l'i'i'ilom ihi Btispoitdod sontonce,
by Judge J. a. Poriu.
Davis was recently committotl for
trial nt Crsston, nml was lakoii lo
Nelsox, Thore lie electod for speody
trial . The shooting followed an argument between Davis nnd two prospectors, George Bottl ami Louis Gull-
mot, in tlm Coat River district, about
is mites from Creston. Tho evidence
showed that the two prospectors had
entered a cabin to make a men) when
Davis appeared and declared thai they
must leave.
In un affray which ensued, the
gun waa discharged, fortunately missing both men.
Tho prospectors went nn up the
river, and a week passed before the
matter was reportod to the provincial
police.
F.M. MACPHERSON
Undertaker
Phone 850
Sorbin lie, ant to City Hall
Finicky .Mnn
Diner: "Walter, there Is n hair In
this honey—ut least, I've found the
COMB; nml this ice cream lias heen
frozen with SHAVED Ice; while tills
apple-sauce is Impossible—matle from
BALD-wlns, yon know."
LOOSES AND SOCIETIES
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meets ln the
G.W.V.A. Hall
afternoon of tho
Srst Tuesday at
I p.m.
All ladlts are
cordially Inytted
.resident!   Mrs. F. Constantino.
8ee..Treasureri   Mrs. 8. Tayloi.
GEORGE E. BOWER
L.R.A.M., A.R.C.M.,
Musical Director
Cranbrook Musical Society
Teacher of Singing, Violin and
Piano
Preparation for Musical Examinations
11! ARMSTRONG AVE.
Phone 608 Cranbrook, B.C.
I. O. O. F.
KEY CITI LODGE, No. «
, ,ef .- Meets every
WA ULCfrXMouday night at
%jtP5SSsJTI'e Auditorium
Sojourning Odd Fellows are cordially Invited.
N. O. . - 11. L Burn h
Rec. Seo.     B. O. Dlngloy, P.O.
*************************
— The I
Knights of Columbus!
will meet ln the j
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS J
HAM. t
KVKKY THIRD SIMIAV. *  |
•t t p.m. *
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦*♦♦♦♦
Camps I^SES)
Like H|
the Extra Q^jp
Cream 'Mil*.
rp the Fraser Vallay in the
center ot a dairying district Is
a shop which sella tremendous
nuanlttloa of Pacific Milk, li
Beams thai several prospect nnd
small logging rumps are work-
in in the hills behind this town.
lis proprietor says he sella
aboul ton fast*-, of Pacific Milk
to one of nil tlu- others combined.
Pacific Milk Co., Ltd.
■lend linire, Vancouver, B.C
factories al AbbotsloN and Ladaar.
DRY WOOD
FOR SALE
Siillsinrlloii (liiniwitcnl
C. U01IISKUIM
Hub Tel.
L. I). CA PB
(llltle Davenport)
When you wish something good
to eat ko to the "I..D."
OVIt    I'RICM    AKK    BIIII1T
DEPOT ROOMS
VAN HtlBSi: ST.  Opp. Slotlon
New Building
Nicely Furnished
When In Town Slop Here
Kwong Chong
LAUNDBY
11 Armstrong Avenue
Opposite W. D. Hill's
rtrst Claaa Work Guaranteed.
Montana Restaurant
Heals tt All Hour
Or*", Cigarettes nd Candles
GrufcffMk 8ft.    -    Pieae Ml
Off. Buk ot Ooauaerce
i sec the name "Bayer" en
ur on tablets yon ure  not
tho genuine Bayor   product
mllliohs and prescribed hy
pliyslctuiiH ovor twenty three years for
Colds Headache
Toothache        Lumbago
Kurauho Rheumatism
Neuralgia Pain, Pain
Accept "Bayer Tablets ot Aspirin"
only. Each unbroken package contains proper directions. Handy boxes
of twelve tablets cost n few cents.
Druggists also sell bottles of 2*1 and
100. Aspirin Ih tlio trade mark (re-
glstered In Can&da) of Buyer Mann
facturo of MonoftceUcacldester nf
Sallcylloaold, While It Is well known
that Aspirin ineitus Buyer ni ami fur
turo, to asitlst iho public against lmi
lutloiis, tbo Tablets of Bayer Company
will tw stamped with their general
trade mark, Uu "Bayer Crow."
Baptist Cimrci)
PASTOR W.  T.  TAPSCOTT
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1
11 a.m. Subject:
"Christ's Ordination
Charge tu a Foreign
Missionary.'
Sunday School at 12 noon
7.30 p.m. Subject:
"The Qlory of the Gospel"
J
Sl'lT'ESSt'lX SALE IS
HEED FOB HOSl'ITAIi
AT    IXYEIIAIEHi:
On His Birthday
. October 27
Proceeds   Beach  .About   four
Hundred Dollars From Event
op Saturday Easl
WeJ*K?tibsfn
AM  UMBCElsU    16   0-MB
OP THB THINttf   THrVT
GO WITHOUT    SAVING (
A Happy Kntllnir
Sunduy School Teacher: — "Now,
Willie, what wns your 'good' act for
the week? Who did you make happy?"
Willie: "My aunt Carrie. 1 went to
bqo tier and she was happy when I
it.*'
• •   *   •
Knew All About Them
Old StagB Hand (boastlngly): "Veil,
I've seen a lotta good actors In iny
day.   Otue I Ituew un uctor who could
;id a restaurant menu card ami make
his audience weep."
young Comedian: "Oh, I know how-
lie did it. Ho didn't read anything
but the price*!."
Head Kiwi    - And Itopcul
News item:   -■ A  New York candy
manufacturer la now marketing » new
product, (.-ailed "Snow Bananas."
Customer. "Have you any of that
new candy?"
Candy Mnn: (Now rend fast) "Yes."
we have snow bananas."
• •   •   •
ffhnt Is Wrong With This Sentence!
"Oh, yes." said the mnn of the
house, smirkiiu: joyously, "1 am glad
ass winter coming again, 1 just
love to shovel snow."
Hitting the Nail
Rastus tchronlc ailer): 'Man. I is
urn a sick black man. Don't blame
tie to' walling. I'se had troubles nnd
troubles and now it is ma eyes. Hon-
st, KufiiH. unless I squints ma eyes
just sn. ah can't see al all—t'.se going
blind.  Kufus.    I'se  sure  fining stone
Ind—end It's awful.   Why Hufus—"
Ruins:  "Wal, 1 do declare, yoti-all
lu a hud way.    Ynu OUtta go limit
up a optimist right away.
• *   * . e
HOY'S COMPOSITION
A boy in a London. Ontario, school
I'as told to write a story of 100
.ords on an automobile trip. His
tory, ns quoted by tho London Advertiser, wus as follows:
"Father bought n new car and we
ill went for a ride, lie and ma sut tn
front ami Joe nnd Mnry and 1 iu tbo
h:ick. li wenl fine till we came to a
urvo in the road, and father did not
take the curve, but instead went In
he ditch, nml over the ditch Into a
fence, and through the fenco Into a
field, and across tho field to where
there wns a big tree standing. Ho
lid miLgn around tho tree, but right
Into ihe tree nnd tho cur wns all bus-
tori up.
P.S. -Thai makes fi words, nud
what father said will round out the
Idl) you asked fnr."
• •    *    •
Mmriicllc Mnbel\ Mull
When fn doubt, write Mabel.   Sho
will help you.
Dear Mabel: In my country a lady
would tint think of showing hor face
in public. This Is good. My father,
it just and good man. has many wives.
Here you lock a man tip for protecting many fair women. Thla ls bad.
What is OOOI) an what is BAD?
ABOU MAHOMET.
Dear, dear Abou: I, too, have wondered why a man should be considered a criminal fnr housing und feeding
u couple dozen hapless females. Seems
to mo he should ho decorated for
bravery. For myself, I've never been
able to get any kind of succor without
either paying a commission or a retainer's fee, I cannot scream any admiration for your modesty a la veiled
face, but I do Imro my head In deepest admiration for your women in
their cleverness in getting one mnn
to support them by tbe gross, wherein* it takes a gross of us oyer here to
support one man. Taint right, Ab,
'taint right.
'Love is the axis upon which the
world revolves," declared Blister Kenton recently and proceeded to make a
(picture tO prove it. "Three Ages"
which Is coming to the Stnr theatre
n Friday and Sut unlay, November
.Hli and 10th. not only proves Keaton's
theory but it is a comedy of six reels
nnd marks the entrance of this popular actor into full length feature
pictures.
Three Ages" opons with lhe cave
man age and shows Buster as n full
fledged cave man surrounded hy
others of his tribe. Unfortunately
Buster has fallen In lovo with the
woman who is desired by the strong
man of the clan. A duel is arranged.
Buster, who U the weaker, seeks to
worst his rival hy foul means. He
"loads" his club with a rock, heats
his rival into insensibility and Anally,
after  a   merry  chase,  lie  seizes  the
(Special to the Herald)
lnvermere B.C., October 31.
annual bazaar In aid of the Windermere Dlstricl Hospital waa- held by
tha members of lhe ladies' hospital
auxiliary on tho afternoon of Saturday the 27th, in the David Thompson
Memorial Cost. The attendance was
good, and the amount netted will be
iu the neighborhood of $4011. There
cannot be too much credit given the
faithful band wlio carry on this good
work in aid or the hospital, lhe results of whose labors from year to
year are of great assistance to those
on whom the burden of ihe upkeep
ami management of the hospital daily
Falls.     The number of ladies in the
organisation is very numerous, but I
much of the credit oT the success Of
their efforts naturally tali to Minn I
Kittle as president and Mrs EJ. M.
Sandilands the indefatigable socre-j
tary
Amongst the lucky winners in con
petitions held at the bazaar were Mr:
Horace Jones of Radium, who won
handsome fern; Mrs. McCualg, hai
kerchiefs; Mrs 10. M. Sandilands,
Wilmer. turkey und ducks; Miss Ma
Green, a doll which had been beaut
ii'uily   dressed    hy   Mrs. A. C  Cut,
lie it.
THK STORY OF LOVE IX
CAVEMAN  DAYS, IN AX I
KNT  ROME AM) TOUAV
Head   How   Buster   Kenton   in
"Three Ages" Fights in Various Ways For His Love
CLEANING PRESSINf
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You Will Make No Mistake
iu Ordering tliat
WINTER SI li or OVERCOAT
— From —■
H. C. LONG,
The Tailor
Vim Horne Streol
Opposite C. P. K. 1 >■--]>(>«
Phone I III     ::     Phone 116
"Keaton's Best and
Funnieit."
—.Vox Frantitt. Newt.
t.ter\ If. Betitneh
Protonti
JBUSTER
KEATON
THREE
AGES
JHrtcUi lV
Ruiter
Keitoa
ont
Mats Otoe
Rig Feature ut the Star Theatre on
Friday & Saturday of next week.
November and io.
woman forcibly from his enemies and
escapes with her.
Tho next episode takes |ilnco lu the
period of the triumphant Roman Umpire. Again Blister hns n rival for
thu woman ho loves. A chariot race
is arranged between them to decide
thu affair. The day of the race conies
and It Is snowing litnd. Butoteiffl
rival appears in a Bpleinliil chariot
drawn hy four coal-black horses, and
Buster apears in a chariot on runners
Irawn by EDsklmo dons. His rival,
furious, throws him Into a den with
u hungry Hon. Buster escapes, defeats his rival und wins the woman.
Tho action now changes In our own
day. Tbo mime, situation uppeurs.
Buster's rival is Just ns hot on his
trail as during tho two previous
episodes. Now the contest to decide
between them is a football mutch
Buster, puny and weak, ugainat the
brute towering strength of his rival,
seeks to nvold him by playing different positions on tbe teum, hut his
rival follows him each time to a position directly opposite. By a clever
strategy Buster wins the game after
which his rival "does him dirt." But
hero, too, Buster wins out and wins
tho girl.
The various ages depleted hy Kea^
ton In "Three Agon" demanded widely
different settings aud to attain this
MTtfil seta ot great alia and beauty
wvk Mlt
The birthplace of Theodore Itoow
veil In New York City has tioeii re-
Btored and on Saturday, Oct. 27th.
the OBtll anniversary or bis birth,
dedicated to perpetuate his Ideal of
Americanism, The complete House
veil exhibit will be housed there.
I        The Great        ;,
I Breathable Remedy SB
I COUGHS, COLDS, 1
BRONCHITIS,
SORE THROAT,
etc.
SYNOPSIS OF
M AMENDMENTS
PRE
EMPTIONS
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ON  AIMMJ-.S, OKAXAIUIN
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(From tho Okanagan Commoner) \
A former Eiiderby resident, now of:
Wasa, near Cranbrook, Bast Kootenay
writing homo the other day, remarked
how delightful it musl be to lie able
to not. all the apples one can eat. and
Complained that they had Iieen able
to buy only three pounds this season,
Apples nre seldom on the market, nnd
sell at a nickle apiece. The gotod parent decided to send a box of apples
to the children at Wasa, und took them
to the express office, where it cost her
$1.25 to send thorn. "And yet," said!
she, "wo wonder why there is no
market Dor Okanagan apmles at 'a
profit to the grower!"
Lund-}, Victoria, B.C., oi  to ui
ermr.etit Agent.
H >rda  win   be  granti d
only   land suitable   ror    	
purposes, und which Is not tlml -i
land, I.e., carrying over 6.000 bo.ii
feci per acre west of the Coti*! Bui K
und 8,000 feet per u< i I
Range.
Applications  for pra-cmpi ■ ■ i  «i
in   be  mldresmed   to  Iho   Land   Com
mlHSloner of the I*nd Rf. m line 11
vision, In wliich the land
is Bttuated, uml nre mutta on i rln e
(ini
• i|.i
i li
.in
lalned from th« Land Commlssloin*i
Pre-emptions must be 	
five years and  Improvements   madi
Lo value of $n<  per ai re   Inch.dins
clearing and cultivating  tt   ■
iicres, before a Crown (Irani ■■'■■
For mop
Hie      Ilultf
Land."
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PURCHASE
Up to (he end of September 419 stu-
lents had registered ut tho University
Of Saskatoon for the new term. 1-ast
year the enrolment for the same period was 318.
Have Your
Old
Shoes
Repaired
MKK NEW
Excellent Workmanship
flood Material Used
before buying New Shoes
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A. STRANGE
ARMSTRONG AVE.
Applications arc i 'cetv-ed f-.r juir
chase    '-f    vacant    and    unreser
Crown  lands,  nol   being   tlmberland
for agricultural  purpose* .   i
price of first-class (arable) land Is K
per acre, nnd second-class igrazlngi
land $2.60 per acre Further in/or
uiatloii regarding purch ■ or le ■ -•
of Crown lands if given In Bulieti'
No. in. Land Series, "Purchase am
Lease of Crown Lands."
Mill, factory, or Industrial sites n
timber land, not oxceedlns 10 acres
may be purchased or teased, the conditions Including pa; nt- nt ol
stumpage,
HOMESITE LEASES
Unsurveyed areas, not ■■■•..■. .
acres, may bo leased ;:•• ' otw
conditional upon a dwelling tie' a
erected In the first year, title being
obtainable after residence and Improvement conditions ore f iHilled
and land has been surveyed,
LEASES
Por grazing and   Industrial    purposes areas not exceeding 8*10 acre*
may be teased by one person or   i
company.
GRAZING
Under the nrazing Act the Province Is divided Into gracing district!
ami tha range administered under i
Grazing Commlsslonei Annu i
grazing permits an Issued based oi
numbew ranged, priority being give
to established owners. Stock-owner-
may form assoi Intlons for rany i
management Free, "i part foil) fre*,
permlta are available for settler(
campers «nd travellers, op to i g
head.
CRANBROOK CARTAGE & TRANSFER CO.
TowrlsH Si Adams
AgenlB for Hard and Soft Coal.     Distribution Cars a
Specialty,   Excellent Warehomlng.
SAND and GRAVEL
01T0S1TG C.l'.R. IIEI'OT
Trli't'lliill*' li:1
CIIAMIIIIIOK, ll.C.
I'.O. Box i!8
'CASCARETS" lllr
ir sick. BILIOUS,
C0X8TIPATBD
"They Work Whlla loo Blwp."
Wluii you feel slrk. dlsty, upstjt,
■vh.ii your bead is dull or aching, or
vour stomach i- BOUf .1 .'..•>. Juat
iaIcq on" or :wt, pleasant "1 oacaral "
to relievo constipation or blllousneas,
\o griplng—nlcest catnartlc-laxatlTa
in earth for .Men. Women and Children, 10c boxes, alM 26c ami r,0e
sizes—any drug store.
Strangers to
Cranbrook
West of tha Cross Kojra Hotel
on the main street you wm find
.1 nice clean reatauraul l^-ok
for ■' ■  »tgn above tha door
Club Cafe
This •-Aiv is open day and night.
There un* many features about
this cafe which inaku i. homelike, but why mention mie without alt?
JUST    DROP    IN.    THY    Ot'R
COFFEE,    PASTRY
AND FRUIT
AND Jl'DGE FOR YOURSELF
N.ne for yourself ths general
atmosphere of the place. We
ar** prepared to please the most
fastidious.
CRANBROOK GLEANERS
AND DYERS
Every Gannetr. seat to □■ to b»
Cleaned or Dyed Is glran
Our Utmost Care.
Our knowledge of the husiness
Is your assurance of latlsfactlon
here.   Phone, and we will call,
or bring u» your work.
We Clean and Dye Everything-
FHOint UT
CranbrosK Cottage Hospital
(Licensed by Pro*. Gort-)
Maternity and General Nursing
Terms Moderatv
MRS. A. CKAVTFU&H,  Slatroa.
Gtrden Avenue      -   Phone 259
JOHN CARD
PAINTER &
PAPERHANGER
Fall Line of Wall Piper
In Stock.
Store, Hanson Avenue
Phone 40& st all hours
(KAMIUIHIK     ■     .     .     B.C.
Milk and Gream
lilliKIT FB0M
Big Butte Dairy Farm
I'HIINK   10
CANADIAN
Pacific
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X0 lit IIAII.V—To Nelson. Vancouver,
Spokane etc. Arrive 18.10 iim. l-.-avs
12.20 p.m.
NO. 11* IIAII.V -Tip Fernie. Letlibridfa,
Uedlclna Hut, Culgjiry, etc. Arrlvs
4.11, p.m.; leave 4.20 p.m.
Cranbrook,  Wtrllilr, Klmberle;  Ssr-
vice:
Xo. BM—Leave V.05 a.m. Xo. 844—Arrive 2.10 p.m.
Cranbrook, Luke Windermere ail
(.dlilrn Service
Monday and Thursday, each week
—NO. 841, leave 9 a.m.     Wednesday
and Saturday   Ml. 844 arrive 3.30 pm
For further particulars apply to any
ticket aaent
J. B. PROCTOR,
DMitat Paeesmet Aisut, Oalnnr. \
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.'RANIIKOOK   HERALD
Friday, Nmenilicr 2, 11)28
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THE   SATISFACTION      THAT
GOOD   WORK    GIVES    13
WORTH KANY TIMES
WHAT   YOU   PAY.
RAWORTH BROS.
NEXT TO THK POST OFFICE
:ni lota of compromise.
Such men leave behind a pattern all servants of the people
might emulate. The rewards
lot offlce had no attraction for
Mm; he only sought to use for
the public good what characteristics had brought him success in the world of business.
And while he made enemies,
his blows were giveu und taken, as Asqulth says,—one of his
constant opponents — entirely
without rancor. And his con-
trlbution to a difficult period .of
Llritish history must go down
as a substantial one. Two of
his sons were laid away on Iho
Held of battle, and lie himself
follows no less a victim of the
exigencies of war lime.
•Tbe Cranbrook Herald
^ubllalied Evory Friday
T. A. WILLIAMS R.    TOTTER
Subscription Trice .... *-.»-0 per yeur
lo United States H2.5Q ;i«r year
"Wllh ■ MlHflloii win..-in ■ Maul*"
Printed b> inl.m Lnbur
AdverttilnK IUU* on Application.
CteuffM for Advertising- MUST bn In
thla offlc* Wtdneidar noon the currunt
week to vacura attention.
NOVEMBER 1923
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FRIDAY, NOVBMBER 2nd, 1023
BONAB LAW PASSES
A liKI-'l TO THE PREMIER
Couched in lerma which harbor 110 suspicion Of vagueness,
the lateBl broadside which the
Provincial Party of B.C., the
lnsly stripling In lhe political
life of i lie province, launches at
Premier Oliver and his government, over the signature of
Gen. A. It. McRae, provisional
leader of lhe party, cannot well
1)0 ignored. The texl of this
arraignment of the government
is found on another page of Ihis
issue
The policy of either ignoring
the new movement, or l real ing
it with gratuituous contempt
which the premier and his ministers have hitherto followed
! has Iieen responsible for a good
Ideal of whatever strength the
I new parly has now gained.
The charges are made in such a
direct fashion that the reputa-
! tlon of the author is placed
(along with them in the scale
for public opinion to weigh.
General McRae's political career will come to an abrupt termination and his party will go
Another statesman of the war! into the discard if the charges
and reconstruction periods hasjhe makes do not stand. These
laid down his life on the altar are big sialics to play for, and
of service for his country, iu still, with his opponent's cards
the person of Andrew Honarlall on tbe table, Premier Oliver
Law, Canadian-born premier of Will not show his hand. Could
England prior to tlie elevation he prove the charges made ag-
of the present occupant to the aiust his administration to be
that exalted position. Bonnr baseless, lie could appeal with
Law held the office ol premier confidence to the electorate for
for only a six months' period, another term of office. Why.
but his previous record, and the j then, does he still keep silent?
glimpse of promise he gave dur-; The people cannot be blamed
ing that short six months, sta- tor drawing their own conclu
mped him as one of Ihe ablest .stons.
men of his genpration. ~
He took into   tne    political] NOTES
field all the driving r.ower a: J
shrewdness that had made him
successful in the realm of li ai-
iness, adding to these a sincerity and a firmness of conviction
which showed up most uncompromisingly in the face of opposition. Singularly enough
one of his first efforts after
breaking into Hritish politic:'
was an answer to strictures
made by Lloyd Oeotge on the
conduct of the South African
war hy the Conservative n-1-
mlnistration of that day. In
the next passage of arms the
Empire was engaged in, the Iwo
worked hand in hand: Bcmar
].aw acling as Lloyd. George's
right hand man in the hectic
days of the var-titue coalition,
and as the buffer between the
prime minister and a parliament ever Inclined to be critical.
He stepped up into tlie occupancy of No. 10 Downing Streel
as a compromise between '.wo
other Unionist leaders, but la .westward while
ter showed up to belter advantage than the most sanguine
could have hoped for from the
other contenders for the honorable position. Reconstruction and settlement of the postwar international differences
seemed to make measurable
progress ln his hands, and the
world viewed with deep concern his forced removal from
office to fight a losing battle
for a little longer span of life.
Perhaps nowhere was Bonar
Law's firm stand by his convic-
-8JT oi epu otuot[ jo SanuiuS
pasoddo an 'Xsjoao.i)uoo t|s|.t|
OI|l   lit   IIITI|1   U33S   .M||,li|   KIIOII
SINKS AND
DRAINS
Use u little •>( Gllleti'a I ye
whcnilicKltclienorbitiliruom
drums uii' closed,    ll mirks
wuntlrml Use Malta tnrclcan<
ll)|{ ii ml iliMiik'Otuij! Closet
Hii.vK; [ni' softeninjl water.
inukinn Mi.ip. cleanlnt{ *.liri\
fl-wis and greusj utensils, tt
luis over SHI illtlercm usesaml
a can should be kepi handy in
evorj home, WolilcoMlyatuI
tj-iiijtcrotis substitutes. Insist
on (Tie genuine
GILLETT'S
100% PURE FLAKE
LYE
interfere with the delicate pre
cision of some of the instruments. Not only is Greenwich
time the standard of Ihe world
but the meridian of longitude
drawn round the world to pass
through Greenwich i» the
fixed location In relation to
which all other points are established. The original build
ings, which still stand, were
put up iu 1675 for the advance
ment of navigation and iiattli
cal astronomy.
TWENTY  YEARS AGO
Extracts from lhe Cranbrook
Herald of this date. 1903.
♦ Coca! Hews.
On liiu oillcial visit last week, pubic
school luapector Manning informed tho
trustees that unless attendance Bhow-
d. a considerable Increase berore
Christmas, Lister would be reduced
to a one-teacher school.—Lister Notes,
Creston, Review.
Calgary autoiBts have been seized
with the notion to break records of
ull kinds round tho Canadian Blue
Trail circle ol late. Following closely
uitoii the recent non-stop run of n
Hudson Super Six car round the circle u coupl  weeks ago, n Maxwell
n few daya Inter chopped off two or
three hours from the olapsod running
iluio m' twenty-nine uml u hull' hours
Noi satisfied with this a McLaughtii
.■nr, driven bj w. .1 MeLBOd, munagoi
in' Hit' McLaughlin Motors, nud W. .!
Hill, the chief foreman, anil carryini
nn offlctal renrescnti
seventeen minutes from the record
made earlier in the week. The running linit! tor I lit* trip whs It! hours
mul ll! minutes. A delay of two hours
and forty minutes was caused al
Stavoly, when the pipe leading irom
Uu* oil pump became plugged. There
.were stops for gas and (,'ates at Coleman. Hull River. Wiudermere, Red
Reck, Banff, and at the eusteru gate
of thy park. The average speed of the
car for the complete trip was 36.0
miles per hour, and lt made 15 miles
10 the gallon.
Ir7'
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BIBLE THOUGHT
FOR TODAY-!
§ Ilil.lu   lltnu.ht. ,.1.in. 1rU.1t  will  prut.   .
I ir  cl.M Ii.i.Lk,. In .fit, .....
k^uriw^v.firrjniiVfl'i^aj^p^liiasj^ii-ijirS
Hul unlit}', Nn.rmiiiT 11
8PI3AK   NO   llll.t:   WORD!     Hul    I
y i,i,i.. you, llial ovary I'll.- wonl tlml
1 Hi,' Cal Im0|i iiia|l snouk, thoy shall glvo «<■-
gar)' Horahl anil Calgary A  Cluli ,i,„„i tlioreol.   Mntllicw 18:311.
Mils week travorsoil tho olrolo lilgh- -|-   -|.   -|.
way, covering u tllstanoo o[ ;.Ti mllos Siimlnj. N'oroiubor I
In Iii ltours, --' mlnutos and Mi soc-    STATE OP THE BLESSED:- Thoro
mills, thus culling   two   hours   ami slmll be no nlglil thoro; oiul tiny nooil
The government will tell its
critics tliat its settlement policy I'or lite soldiers is a success,
but the soldiers are not staying on the land. At Lister the
[prosaic announcement that the
school there will he reduced to
a one - roomed status after
Christmas, on account of reduced attendance, carries between
(he lines a story of blasted hopes the returned men there
have suffered. Whatever Ihe
reason the conditions imposed
on them have been too onerous,
and many of Ihem have left—
anil lull few will return.
Tho wedding took place quietly at
Christ Church this week ot Mr. Edgar
Homo ot tliia city ami Miss M. A. Hamilton, formerly ot Frank. AlUi. Thu
groom is the bookkeeper al tin- East
Kootenay Lumber Co.
The talk of cranbrook Incorporating
Is Belting to the point where it seems
something will soon materialize. Some
of the larger interests are opposing
the move on the ground thai taxation
would Increase considerably.
t'bas. Cambbell, undertaker, bus sold
out his business ami will return to
Duluth, Minn.
The former McBride hardware store
building was sold this week to Paul
Hundley, ot Kimberley. Tbe ileal was
one of the largest pul through for
some time.
J. C Cummlngs returned Ibis week
from Sheep Creek, where he has been
engaged In ranch survey work.
A. II. Fenwlck tbis week purchased
the McLeod collage on Itecky Mountain Avenue, Fori Steele.
Alberta is in the throes, of a
plebiscite controversy on the
liquor question, and the usual
extravagances common to such
a time are bdtllg Indulged in, hy
both sides lo the argument
let li he said. The government
control enthusiasts are proclaiming themselves ns  lbe  truly
temperate people, and polnl
hoy exclaim
how iu 11. ('. all the evils which
developed under prohibition
linve disappeared. The prohibitionist lakes the opposite
view, and tells    his    audience
Hint the attempt to control the
liquor business in B.C. has only brought about a worse stale
of affairs I ban before. Somewhere between them lies tlie
truth of the matter.
Greenwich observatory Is to
lie moved from its historic location, it is now announced
from England. Tlie march of
progress cannot be stayed even
for Hie preservation of such
land, and some of the turbulent historic associations as Green-
sons of Erin went so far as to'wicb has gathered aboul It, and
lay the blame, for tho death of so the observatory Ib to he mo-
some of tlio hunger strikers to ved to a location more remote
his account. Hut he never wa- from lhe lines of electric trac-
vered In his course, or offered I tlon, which have been found to
FROM THE VIEW-POINT
OF
OUR CONTEMPORARIES
M Wilis HAH BREAK
When Mlnlser ofAgrlculture Barrow
jumped into prim in bis tirade on the
farmers of lbe province, he started
something. Mi*. Unrrow has been
asleep so long that ills BUddotl awakening followed by bis Impatient utterances against ibe farmer class, will
hardly win hint friends, lie will hear
aboul it when Ihe farmers have a
chance lo vote al lbe next provincial
election.
Possibly ibe Hon. Mr Barrow is
inking ibis method of bluing bad: al
the farmers for whai they are saying
aboul him. Possibly be thinks It pro-
Ill iblc In rcsorl Iii lhe methods of bis
leader.
Il [s sigailcant. however, thai lhe
lion. Mr. Ilowser should be appealed
to by iho farmers In ibe northern section of the province for him lo north
to open lhe fall fairs. This honor
usually falls tn Ibu Minister of Agriculture or (he Premier himself. Tills
year, however. Mr. Bowser was Called
upon, and responded liy going north
nml opening many of the agricultural
fairs. Possibly this accounts for (he
recent brondsido shot by Hon. Mr.
Burrow. Will he gel awny with It.—
Okanagan Commoner.
Jos. W. Bell left on Saturday fnr
Kimberley. wliere he expects to be
working for at least tho next two
mouths.—l.lsler Notes, Creston lie-
view.
Miss Ellen Andeen, who has been
In Si Unils. Mo., for Ihe lasl six
months taking treatment, has arrived
homo much Improved In health, Mrs.
Johnson nml laiurn going to Spokane
to meet her.   Creston Hevlew. .
Kootenay Trading Co. Ltd.
MAKES NO APOLOGY POR ilAVIN'tl BOUGHT THB
PREMISES NOW OCCUPIED 1IY Till-: PRESENT TENANT.
WE ARE BUSINESS PEOPLE AND, WE BELIEVE,
PROGRESSIVE. OUR MISSION' IS TO BUY AND SELL.
IN lU'YINU THE PROPERTY ABOVE-NOTED, WE PUT
OVER A LEGITIMATE BUSINESS DEAL. THERE WAS
NO ULTERIOR MOTIVE UNDERLYING OUR PURCHASE OF A BUILDING OX BAKER STREET. OUR
SOLE OBJECT IX TAKING TIIE ACTION TO WHICH
.MR. WESTON TAKES EXCEPTION WAS THAT. WE
MIGHT THE BETTER SERVE OUR MAXY CUSTOMERS. IK TIIE PRESENT TENANT IS AS ANXIOUS AS
HE STATES TO REMAIN IX HIS PRESENT STAND,
WHY lllii HE NOT BUY THE BUILDING. IT WAS ON
TIIE MARKET. I'l' IS OX THE MARKET NOW. IE HE
WISHES TO BUY WE ARE WILLING TO SELL. MONEY
TALKS.
Been use money talks ivo are offering Ihe follow inn ul
Special Prices:
Ladies' Good Quality Ziminerknlt Vests, al  $1.15
Same Quality Vests as above, with strap, .." 90c
Flannelette Blankets 1- -1  Larges! Size made
Special Price, per pair $3.50
Children's Button Boots, brown, soft sole, per pair .. 85c
Boys' tlardwearing Toques, a snap while Ihey last . . 35c
.Men's Dress Boots, jlne quality, I). I', make,
Latest Styles         $6.25
Machinists Caps, black and striped, each .. 25C anil 35c
Boys' All Wool Pullover Sweaters $1.25
Meif's Sweater Coals, Heather mixed  $2.75
Full stock of Ladies' Men's and Children's wear. We
carry Wolsey, Robin Hood. Penman's and Hewson's
Underwear . WE HAVE QUALITY. See onr window
each week.
no candle neither the liftlit of lbe sun;
for tbo Lord God gtveth them light;
anil they shall reign for ever and ever.
—Revelation 22:5.
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"""'.llnmluj, Nfltvenibcr .1
ABUNDANT PARDON: — l.el the
wieked forsake his way, and lhe unrighteous man his thoughts, and let
him return nolo the Lord, and lie wil
have mercy upon him; anil lo our Uod
for be win alnniilnnily pardon.—Isaiah
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Tuesilaj. November li
THK GOODNESS OF noli:      Thou
opeuosl thine hand und satlsflest lbe
desire of every living thing.—Psalm
145: in.
+   +   +
IVrdncsdav. \>T| ember 7
WHENCE    COMBB    TROUBLE?—
When be glveth qulo ss who Ihon
a make (rouble*   Job 84:20.
-I-    I-    I-
Thurs,hi>. November 8
WITH   .u.i,  vol u  HEART:   And
, shall seek nn- ami find me will n vi-
shun search foi mo wllh ail your honrl
Joromlnh 211:13.
-I-   -I-   -I-
I'rblii.v, Xuvt'llllior '.I
SHALL no EXPLOITS:   Tbo p™
pie thai do know tbelr Clod shall he
strong and do exploits,   Daniel 11:32.
N.  Moore    nf    Cranbrook.    dislricl
forester for Bast Kootenay, was here
nu an oillcial visit at lhe end of the
week. Last week's rainfall brought
alpag au 18-inch snowfall al Hie point
above Moyle where lhe new forestry
look-out is lieing put in. ami work oa
it lias had to be cancelled for tbis
season.—Creston   Review.
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llirect In the Ship's Sltie lor Sailing of Hut
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FROM WEST ST. JOHN, N.ll.
Through Tourist Sleeping Cars
From EDMONTON. SASKATOON. CALGARY, MOOSE
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Route.—Fort Steele, Hull lllver, Wardner and Elko.
Leaving Crauhrook: Ix'iivIiik Fornlo:
Cranbrook Hotel, s n.m. King Edward .Intel: » p.m.
Prices lo Pernio $6.00 and lo other points according lo
distance
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For Fernie, Phone fernio Oarage, ins
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OYSTERS IN TIIE SHELL HAVE JUST
 ARRIVED  PROM  TIIE COAST	
These We Serve Any Style—
Try a Slew or a Delicious Pry
Or On The Half Shell Friday, November 2,1023
Crowded Bullies
Lady: "Look here, Mr. Milkman.
There never Is any cream on tlie milk
you &ell me."
Milkman: "Listen, lady, 1 wunt to
give you full measure and I guesB l
fill them bottles so full there uln't
no room for the cream."
THK  CKAMUtOOk   lintVI.il
PAGE   FIVE
Mrs. c. c. French h a hospital
patient :it Cranbrook at present where
sho underwent an operation for appendicitis ou Saturday, She was uc-
coinpojiled by Mr. (French, leavfug
hero on Priday, Latest reports ure
that she Is making a satisfactory recovery,—Creston Review.
PROVINCIAL PARTY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
OPEN LETTER TO
HON. JOHN OLIVER
Vancouver, Oct, 20, 1923
TIlO HON. JOHN OLIVER,
I'mnlcr ol' British Columbia,
Victoria, B.C.
Dear sir: ~
l onaloso horowith for ynur lutormutlgu copy ot a pambhlol kkaucii-
LIGHT No. 5 lasuod today by the Provincial I'mtv of Hritish Cdlumbla. If Its
contents ho true, you, your rulleuKueu, and Mr. Qowsor* should, In common
llOCOlioy, rcllre from public life. If thoy he untruo, you should he Riven the
earliest opportunity to rofulo thorn,   Por that reason I semi you this copy.
This is tho llfth pamphlet l have senl you within tlm lasi few  uhs.
Kuril contains ihe njpst ihinuii;iim' rhnru.es. In one you urn ncottsod ol
conniving with Mr. Bowsor to prevent a proper Investigation into the first
I'.tl.lO. Hcumiiil; tn another wiih retaining lion. John Hart us Minister of
Finance afler he hud used his position ns a Minister of tha Crown, with the
technical protection of uu Incorporated company behind him, for his private
ami porsoitud gain, ln connection with the VMM. ity,, of which both he and
you, are directors. Uu July 20th, IBH3 aud August 2-1. 1023, I addressed
open letters to you roquosUng a reply to these charges and published ihem in
thu press.
To these you lulled lo make mn uiiMwr,
On P\pril IS of this year, the Salmon Arm Observer quoted from your
public address in thut city as follows;
"Tlie speaker defied General McRae to debate any charges of misdemeanor
by tho present government, anywhere at any time."
Being anxious for that opportunity, l notified you by open letter on
April HO that 1 would meet you in the city where you had issued the challenge, on u date which you were to select. In order that tin- fullest opportunity might be given you to make your defence, the Board of Trade ol
Salmon Arm undertook to secure a hull to seal ..500 people, and 1 offered
to put on a barbecue and dance in connection with the even! for the further
entertainment for those who attended,
You fulled to accept that clmlloilge ulso. 1 notice, however, by northern
papers, that when confronted with this failure, at your meetings, you stated
you would meet me at a time, to still your own convenience, although 1
had studiously consulted your convenience by leaving the selection of the
date to yourself. I recall that you made a similar reply when asked why
you failed to meet the still unrefined charges of Mr. ll. T. Billot on AJpril 17.
1920, which were read iu your presence on the floor of the legislature.
Instead, you and your Attorney-General have contented yourselves with
slighting references to, aud Innuendoes ugiiiust myself. Speaking in Ash
Hull, Vancouver, Hon. Mr. Manson was reported in the public press as
saying with regurd to me: When we consider the various enterprises with
which he has been connected iu the post, 1 urn inclined to believe he Is baldly worth considering. The less said, the better, 1 think. However we
shall deal with him when the time comes."
1 promptly addressed a letter to the Attorney-General, gave him an
outline of all the essential facts thai could lie recalled about my career,
arranged a public, meeting at New Westminster, and invited him to meet
me there, und unburden himself ol all iho sinister facts regarding myself
ln his possession. Following your example he failed to appear at that
meeting, which 1 had.called io allow Mm a chance to establish or withdraw
his imputations.
The above incidents have forced me to tho conclusion that jmi, uml your
Attorney •General are common cowards, and that your methods towards
those who criticise your public acts are of the contemptible character
which a coward usually adopts, namely gossip and bluster. From the
charges made against yon, .and your government, you have sought safety
In silence. Your ally, Mr. Bowser has done the same. In the public interest
therefore I propose another course to force both of yon m recognise your
responslbllliics.
Tbe present charges against yon and your government In SBARCHMORT
No. 5, which l Bend by registered mall, arc supported by the affidavits ol
your own officials. They reveal either Incredible neglect of diilt. or eon-
iiBanre tthh other*, in dcirinnl and plunder tlie people of Lite-province, You
are asked to appoint a Royal Commission to Investigate these charges. If
they are untrue you have a treat opportunity through BUeh n tribunal, to
discredit the Provincial Party and vindicate yourself.
In order lhat this may be done ai a minimum of expense in tlie taxtpay-j
ors, the Provincial Part) otters i» bear the cosl o( the nccessarj audit. . \
previous offer by us, to pay for lbs oudil q( the Department of Industries lu
order to prove waste ami extravagance was nol accepted by your Afctorney-
Qeneral,
i make Mils demand for n Rojul rominls&lon on behalf of 20 000 enrolled
members of the Provincial Party. Bui 1 make it as well on lielmlf of lhe!
whole hod) of long suffering ta\ payers, who, If these charges be tine, ate
Wing exploited by professional politicians like yuftitvelt and your confederates) On behalf ol these taxpayers, I warn yon, thai any attempt by you
to take power, at the coming session of the legislature, to borrow more
money on tbe i\ *• B aooauul or to Beelt bs the dissolution of tho legislature, another term ot office, before some adequate and impartial Investigation l« held will be Mich an outrage agalns! public mornls thai the
electorate will thdw its resentment at the first oifportunlty.
IHSTKHT HOCKEY WITH
AMATlllIt STATUS
(Continued from Page One)
district.   He also explained bow the
local board was usually constituted.
At the conclusion of Mr Murray's
address the chairman expressed the
pleasure it had given him to hear
what hud been said. He was glad to
know lhat with authority from the
governing body ii would "be posslbh
for them to start away with a clean
slate, and be fell Indebted to Mr
.Murray for coming over from Trail
and putting them rlghl on ihis ami
other matters. ,
In answer    to   a question by Mr.
ll Me; STAYS COMBED,
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AN APPEAL TO COOD CITIZENS
i<i iin/i
idle
rly
iillng Itself
during tiie
for appro*
aiinol clear
lhe affairs
Is It  nol  high lime lhal all
Insisted on onr Provtnlcal Government olther del
againsl lbe charges which hnvo been   buried al
preseni year or submit!tug Its case in the electa
vai*     it la unthlnkoble that n government, which
Itself of those charges, can continue to administer
of the proviiico for another two years
The fight, wiibh tho Provincial Party ^ making for tho return of hones) nud decent government in British Columbia, is
your right. Are you in It? TIlS Bfforl to clean up Hie political life of onr province needs the assistance ot every patriotic elector      man and woman nllko, Don'l you feel thut you
Should take    your    purl    in    this   illiden--' movement lo gel  rid
of tlie professional politicians ami by a business government
restore British Columbia lo proriportly. only the united effort
of the right  thinking people will bring this aboul.
Wu do not ash much - join the i'rovlulcal Parly and help
select one of your best melt as n delegate to the Bid CONVENTION of tho party to bo held In Vancouver on December 4th. It
will he tho first real citizens' political convention ever held iu
British Columbia. Organisations are being formed In every riding in Iho province, (lot lu line with thousands of your fellow
oltldens nnd help put this good government movement "over
tbe top". If you are still undecided as lo, lhe needs for this new
political movement in our Provincial nffnlrn GET "SEARCHLIGHT No. & ANIt READ IT. A post card to the above address
will bring It to you us well as a membership card which you
can sign nnd return If you think we are on the right road.
We are on the eve or political deliverance In B.C. DO YOUR
shake.  Communicate with,
n  I      ^^^^^^^
i> ,i ) Jimmi, Dm MS. TJuwoW, Onl —
ii-inl .-rrv h «tth iwurjl,:i;i hi m> Urrbi*
,   i>l M trV \|,-,,,rl . Unlmait, an.1
MINARD'S
> King of Pain
LINIMENT
Moir, Mr. Murray Btated thi
board was constituted of on
tatlve from each (own am
each line of sport They
appointed    an    executive   i
consisting Of four members
man.   a   vice-chairman,  a
and a registration Becretar
may or may not be trom mi
the local board.
In view Of the fac
was so representml
iled that the meet In
lo elect tiie oxei uth
ibis juncture Mr. St
cllffe,   was   appoint
tha
tlie meeting
. he recomraen-
proceed at once
committee.   At
■e Clark of Wy-
seeretary pro
tern. It was then moved by Mr. E. G.
Montgomery, of Kimberley, seconded
bj  Mr. (J. T. Moir. that the meeting       _^,^,^,^_^__^__M
Ooci an executive committee, the fol-lcleared up.   He considered that with
lowing members being named: K. S.lthe TOt0 "' thanks should have been
Shannon,    Kimberley;
Lumberton:   U  Crowe,
w*. M, Harris, Cr
rlbed that all of
urlsdlctlo : the
mile discussion
. Willis, of Kim-
Air   Moir.   lhat
r aliiliation with
The chairman stated he thought it
advlSable that the. become associated
wiih the B.C. branch of the Amateur
Hockey   Association
rules of which pren
H.C. came under the
B.G branch, After
it wee moved by M
berley, seconded b
this disirict apply i
tho B.C. Amateur Hockey Association
This was carried.
tedded that the secretary write the
lisirlct representative, Mr -Murray,
supporting his plan as to the financing of the provincial play-offs «a
outlined earlier. This will be presented at. the next meeting al the coast
and iu Iho event ot lhe terms not
being agreed to, then tbe province
would, split into two sections for Ihe
cups. Il was also suggested that the
secretary communicate with Fernie re
the matter of t
East Kootenay hr
Canada.
Mr Murray stiggeste
of raising money for
indoor track sports b>
This was of Importni.ee
ing standpoint as well
mi a lot ot moiie)
lecletl from these games.
Mr. 10. tl. Moil gomery of Kiiulierley,
then stated that he look pleasure in
moving a hearty vole nf thanks to
Mr Murray ami the local committee
for lining up the meeting, this being
carried with a round of applause from
the visitors. Chairman Scotl felt that
their efforts had been well repaid by
the valuable talk that the represen-
0. Jacobson.l coupled the name of Mr, E. S. Shan-
Wyclltfe; and uon,  of Kimberley,  as  he was the
moving tvplrlt of the affair,     This was
accordingly done hy motion of Mr. \V.
m, Harris,
In replying, Mr. Murray said that
the tourist travel is rec
siastic attention. Tin' re
It means increased bush
/in'-' entbu-
izatlon that:
■s i'i every
travel   1ms
Canada, the! he felt that IT his coming had heen of
any value to them that that was reward enough and (hat he had been
amply repaid. He was willing to do
all he could to foster good, clean
snort. There was no better way tof
gel together than by being tho backers Of pure sport. It was necessary
ith il was also]l0 gel away from the Idea that to win
was the chief aim of sport. Play the
game for what ft was worth. Before
concluding tlio meet lug Mr E. S.
Shannon moved a hearty vote of
hanks to chairman Scott, the Rotary
Club and to Mr. Clark or the Y.M.C.A.
for making H possible to meet ns they
bait done.
After   the   meeting   had   adjourned
Mr Murray met  tlie newly appointed
executive and    discussed matters    re
into the [the constitution and the reinstating
lown   along  the   lines  of
taken hold everywhere,
Every town he visited is fixing up
camping grounds and Improving those
they had. The Rotary Clubs of Lethbrldge and Medicine Hal Intend to repaint tho markings between Medicine
Hat ami Crows Nest li is about ::
years since it was done and mast of
the original marking* have faded oui
Pernio and   Cran    tlotan
Clubs, ii i*. suggested, might n painl
ibu trail between Crows Nesl and
Kuskanook, between them, as the old
markings are nearly gone, and though
they are not so netaessary in the
mountains as on the prairie, they are
a decided help to lhe stranger.
B/s^bsdy Praisei
Beecham's Pillsafter a fair
trial, Those praise loudest
who have used them longest. The great merit of
Beecham's Pills has been
proved all over the world.
There i. nothing but
pr.ii.e everywhere for
en iry
or the a.a.a. or
«1  as  a  means
athletics' that
a    encouraged. |
i from a train-!
iis a financial i
could be col
of players. Mr. J. F< Scott was appointed chairman und Mr. \v. M. Harris secretary treasurer.
MKMIIKKSHIP IN
TOURIST BODY IS
GREATER THAN KKKOItK
Commissioner Simhlinir Miikm
Visit lo Alhertu Points und
Minis Immisnl Interest
Commissioner Fred Spalding or tho
Tourist .Association of Southeastern
British Columbia and Southern Alberta, has just returned to Fernie after visiting the towns iu the territory
C U NT fit RD
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Nov.
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A(|iiitaula Dec   8;  Ucrongarta I1"
To Lofidoiiderrj ami Glasgon
Tuscanla, N'ov   10; Assyria   Nov
IMymoiitb. Cherbourg, Loudon
Albania. Nov   10;  Tyrrhcnia. Nov.
Money Orders and Drafts at Ion
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Vicks is Best
For Croup
loiivlnclng   Testimony    From
Suskiilrhenuii Collier
tative rroin Trail had given, and many I which is represented by the essocla-l
matters that were hazy hud been'tlon, and addressing the city councils
■i and boards or trade In each town.
The object or his tour was to Rett
jibe old members signed up ror 1924.
and to induce other towns to join. He
met with considerable success, as all
ot last, year's members rejoined, and
the membership has been increased
by tbe addition of High River, McLeod, Medicine Hut, Bow Island,
Tuber, Coleman, and Waterton Lakes
Park. The association now represents
Cranbrook,. Fernie, Windermere and
district, Banff, High River, McLeod,
Medicine Hat, Bow Island, Tuber.
Lethbrldge. Pincher Creek, Coleman.
Blairmore and Waterton  Lakes.
lt   is   expected   that   Claresholm,
Siaveley and Granum will also become
MONUMENTS
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KOvrorewcAi co.
Nel sen
Ksmbllshed lS-'S Phone 114
Geo. R. Leask
PIOXEBR BUILDER
A5D   CONTRACTOR
Cabinet Work.   Picture Framing
Estimates giveu on
all classes of work
Office 1 Corner Ne-rbun  Aveune
and Bdirardj Street
Mrs. W. W. Berkey, of llriiikwaier,
Sosk., say.: 'Vic Is VapoUub is the
best medicine tor croup I have ever
used. Our small boy, two years old
had   a   very   sore   Ihroat   with  every
Indication of croup. I rubbed Vicks
VapoRub on bis throat, beforo he
went to lied, and the next morning he! members within the next two weeks.
was as well as ever, r would not be Mr. Spalding reports that Calgary
without this valuable remedy." in   undecided   at   present regarding
ii the child seems croupy, apply (joining, though lt Is possible it may
Vicks over throat nnd chest at bedtime, do so in time to be included in the
Il usually averts a night attack. In I advertising campaign for 1924, as the
severe i ases heal p 1 iii cup. drop In a matter is under consideration by the
teaspoonful of Vicks and, as it melts,
hold the cup so vapors can he inhaled.
Vicks comes as a salve—the external direct treatment for all cold troubles—absorbed like a liniment and
Inhaled as a vapor.
Vicks is tlie ideal treatment ror
children's cold I roubles; it avoids so
much internal dosing . Just as good,
too. ror grown-ups colds and Tor cuts,
bums, bruises, Bores, stings and skin
Itchlngs,
At all drug stores 50c a jar. Por a
free test size package, write Vlck
Chemical Co., :m St. Paul street, W„
Montreal. P.Q.
Though Vicks is new In Canada it
hns a remarkable sale in tlie States.
Over IT million jars used yearly. ,
city council now, and is receiving the
support of several of the Influential
members.
If Calgary does not join it will be
tbe only town of any consequence ln
Southern Alberta which Is not a
member. When nil the other towns
only derive a small benefit from the
tourist travel compared with the
enormous benefits it does, Its remaining apart from tbo association is
something which is giving the other
towns which are paying for the advertising, very serious grounds for
thought.
During his tour Mr. Spalding drove
close to isi.ni miles and mnde 19
speeches iu IS days Everywhere ho
went he found that the Importance of
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Hritish Columbia*! PAGE SIX
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
r'rlilnj, November 8, 1033
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S15.000 SALE
We Are Forced To Get Out
*
WITHOUT THE SLIGHTEST KNOWLEDGE OK WHAT WAS TRANSPIRING BEHIND OUR HACK, WU WERE NOTIFIED A PEW HAYS AOO THAT THE BUILDING AT PRESENT OCCUPIED HY US
WAS SOLI) TO ROSIE HADDAD AND THAT WE HAD TO GET OUT AND QUICK, TOO. AT THE PRESENT TIME WE HAVE ON HANI) TIIE LARGEST AMOUNT OE MERCHANDISE IN TIIE HIS-
TOUT OF THIS STORE, AS OUR STOCK OF WINTER GOODS IS ALL IN, OR ON THE WAY. THIS NEWS THAT WE ARE FORCED OUT WITHOUT BEING GIVEN ANY OPTION WHATSOEVER WAS
QUITE A SHOCK To IS. AND WOULD BE TO ANY LEGITIMATE MERCHANT. WE HAVE NOT YET HAD TIME TO CONCENTRATE OUR MIND ON ANY PLAN, HUT WE KNOW ONE THING — THAT WE
HAVE TO GET RID OF AT LEAST $10,000 WORTH OI' STIH'KIN Till-: SHORTEST P08SMLE TIME — AM) WE ARE TAKINC. TIIE SHORTEST ROAD, THAT IS. FORGETTING THE COST 01'' THE MERCHANDISE,     NO MATTER WHAT ARTICLE IT IS, IT MUST CO AT ANY PRICE, \
BELOW ARE JI ST A FEW ARTICLES    WHICH WILL HE FOUND O.N SALE,   HUT EVERY ARTICLE IN TIIE STOKE IS RED TAG GED.
The Sale is Now in Full Swing
People have been Quick to see the Real Values Offered and have
made this Sale Successful Beyond our Expectations
-.-.-.-♦—♦-
-.-*-.—♦—♦
Children's ALL WOOL JERSEYS, cardinal
or navy, sizes 24, -li, 28, regular
$1.75, Sale Price   95c
CHILDREN       OCRS  2 Pair lor 256
Children's   HEAVY RIBBED STOCKINGS,
Regular 36c and 40c a pair, Sale
Price  J pairs 956
Boy's 2-Pieee SUMMER WEIGHT UNDERWEAR, Sale Price 756 per Suit
GREY JERSEY MITTENS, fleece lined, in
Ladies' and Children's sizes,
Sale Price  2 Pairs 356
Boy's HORSEHIDE GLOVES, per pair 456
Boys' CORDUROY BLOOMERS, regular
$3.50, Salo Price   $2.45
CHILDREN'S RUHUERS, Sale
Price   656 Per pair
IVr lime it Supply of Socks lo I.iisl lTs All
Winter, and wc .Must Clear Them
Out in the Shortest Possible iitnc
.Men's Wool Rocks, regular 50c, Sale
Price   3 pairs 956
111 more qualities of Men's WOOL
SOCKS, front the fine silk to the lumberman's socks, are on sale
al  BELOW   COST
Men's COTTON SOCKS, black, brown and
grey, Sale Price      3 pairs 506
Men's White HANDKERCHIEFS,
Sale Price 3 for 256
GINGHAMS and PRINTS, regular 35c and
45c, Sale Price 5 yards $1.00
TRUNKS, SUITCASES, CLUB BAGS
THEY'RE ALL ON SALE
LEATHER VESTS,   British Army Leather
Vests, wool lined, Sale Price    $4.50
A $5.(10 HAT I'OR $2.95
Men's HATS, in black, brown or gray, regular $5.00, Sale Price $2.95
BEAVEK FELT HATS of the very latest
style, are ON SALE
Men's ATHLETIC COMBINATIONS, regular $2.00, Sale Price 756
Men's BALBR1GGAN COMBINATIONS,
Sale Price $1.35
Men's Two Piece BALBUTGGAN UNDERWEAR, Sale Price, per garment 656
Men's FLANNEL SHIRTS, regular $1.85
Sale Price $1.25
MEN'S CAPS, all the latest patterns and
styles, regular $2.50 aud $3.00,
Sale Price   $1.50
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OP LLNED GLOVES,
GAUNTLETS and .MITTENS ON SALE
Men's PIGSKIN GAUNTLETS,    the    very
best quality, Sale Price   956
Men's MULESKIN GAUNTLETS, Sale
Price  506 Pair
CANVAS GAUNTLETS, regular 35c pair
Sale Price 3 pairs 356
BLANKETS. — 12 lb. Blankets, light grey,
70.. x 00.    These tire French army
Blankets, new,       While Ihey
last, per pair   $7.75
TOWELLING, Sale Price   5 yards tor 956
FLANNELETTE, White, Blue, Pink,
Sale   Price 5 yards $1.00
BED SPREADS, regular $4.50
Sale Price   $2.75
PILLOW CASES, 40 and 42 inch,
Sale Price   556 l,alr
BABIES' SHOES, soft sole, Sale price
per pair   756
BOYS' SHOES, sizes  11-12  .solid  leather,
regular $3.25, Sale price $2.25
Boys' SOLID LEATHER SHOES, sizes 1-5
regular $4.50, Sale price $3.25
Boys' SHEEPSKIN   LINED   SHOES with
leather soles and heels, sizes 1-5
$3.50 value, Sale price $2.25
Girls' HIGH TOP SHOES, regular
$3.25 & $3.50.   Sale price $2.35
Ladies' and Children's OVERSHOES at less
than wholesale prices.
LADIES' RUBBERS
We must get out price, per pair     456
Ladles' PATENT LEATHER DRESS SLIPPERS, neat one or two strap styles,
wllh tourist or military heels, values to
$7,511, we got lo gel out price . $3.25
One Strap PATENT LEATHER SLIPPERS,
low heels, comfortable fit, regular
$0.00, Sale Price $2.50
Ladies' WHITE CANVAS SHOES, per
pair  -  756
ALL (Hit LADIES' AMI GIRLS' COATS
AT LESS THAN COST
2 only Tricollette Dresses, regular $22.00
Sale Price  $12.00
3 Canton Crepe, regular $42.00,
Sale Price  $25.00
All our TRICOTINE DRESSES are on Sale
at less than the cost of material.
2 RATINE DRESSES, regular $15.00.
Sale Prioe $9.50
HOUSE DRESSES, very fine material, nicely made, Sale Price 956
TWELVE DRESSES, all made in very latest fall styles and materials, regular $12.00 and $15.00, Sale
Price   $7.50
Ladies' ami Misses' MIDDIES, slightly
soiled, regular $3.50, Sale Price $1.00
Utdiei' and .Misses' High Top BUTTON
SHOES, regular $6.00, Sale Price
per pair   $2.50
Ladies' low heel, broad toe, OXFORDS,
comfortable for house wear, regular
$4.50, Sale Price $1.95
Ladies' fine BEDROOM SLIPPERS,
Sale Price $1.25
MEN'S SHOES, in black or brown, with toe
cap, regular $5.50, Sale Price .. $3.85
Mens tlark brown military style FINE
CALF SKIN DRESS SHOE, regular
$8.50, Sale Price   $5.95
Men's DARK BROWN SHOE, rubber heel,
E width, very fine dress shoe, regular
$7.00, Sale Price  $4.75
Ladies' DARK BROWN OXFORDS, or two
strap slippers, regular $7.50,
Sale   Price   $3.95
Ladies' HIGH TOP SHOES, made in the
best quality kid, goodyear welt, in
several styles of heel, regular to
$12.0(1, Sale Price   $4.75
SHEETING, unbleached cotton, finest thing
for Sheets, Sale Price 256 5,ar,1
SHEETS, hemmed, extra large size,
Sale Price   $1.60
CURTAIN SCRIMS, fancy borders, regular
50c yard, Sale Price  256 yari'
HOMESPUN DRESSES, Sale Price $4.00
Ladies' UNDERSKIRTS, sateen, Black,
Hlue. Green, Rose, regular $3.00,
Sale Price   $1.45
HAIR NETS, Princess Pat, Sale Price.
■I for  256
LADIES' STOCKINGS, black silk, regular $1.25. Sale Price, 2 Pairs $1.45
Ladies' Cotton Stockings, Black or Brown,
regular 35c. Sale Price, 3 Pairs... 656
LADIES' RAINCOATS, regular up to
$15.00. We got lo gel out price $5.00
LADIES' BLACK SLICKERS, in very fine
leatherette, regular $18.00, Sale
price $9.50
Ladies' Chiffon Beaded TUNICS, black and
Cardinal, regular $25.00 and $35.00,
Sale Price $7.50
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Men's Heavy RUBBERIZED OVERCOATS,
regular $24.00, Sale Price ... «16.00
.Men's Cloth Top RUBBERIZED COATS,
medium weight, regular $10.00.
Sale Price  $11.50
Men's  TWEED PANTS, regular $1.50,
Sale Price $2.95
Men's SERGE BREECHES, regular $7.50,
Sale Price   $4.50
Hill OVERALLS, regular $2.25,
Sale Prlco   $1.40
PEAHODY'S OVERALLS, regular $3.00
and $3.50, Sale Price $2.35
All our slock of CROCKERY  musl  go us
this Is ihe hardest merchandise to move
o inch platters, regular ,50c,
Sale price ii for  $1.00
Cups and Saucers, (i for $1.00
All sizes of plates are on sale
EARRINGS,  regular $1.25 und  $1.50
Sale price, per pair  506
regular $2.50, Sale price $1.25
You will never again have a chance to buy Seasonable Merchandise at these prices.    We simply must forget
the Wholesale Cost
OUT OF TOWN CUSTOMERS — YOU CAN BUY FROM US BY MAIL, WITH THE GUARANTEE THAT YOUR MONEY WILL BE RETURNED IF THE (MODS ARE NOT SATISFACTORY.
Baker Street
Cranbrook
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B. WESTON's STORE, Friday, Novomlicr 3, 1923
THE  CRANBROOK   HERALJt
PAGE SEVEN
KIMBERLEY and WYCLIFFE
INTERESTING ITEMS CONC ERN1NG   HAPPENINGS IN  AMI ABOUT THE BUSY TOWN- ON THK NORTH BRANCH, WHERE MINING, LUMBERING ANII FARMING INTERESTS ARK SUPREME.
***+*******++*+*********<.4.     Robert McQueen    left Tuusiitij- tor
ttis home in WetOBklwIn, Alta.
I       KIMBERLEY
!     NEWS NOTES
<:<     juck Arliss, traveller from Vaucou
♦r  vor. was here on Saiurduy lust.
Li, A. Jnokson, of Trull, was hero     \<\\   ,.,..,.•   v
i'or ii few days this week on a tour of omulifook.
inspection of tlio Consolidated Coin-, _
putty's stores. ' .las. McQueen waa in Cranbrook on
— j Snini'ilay ovoitlug last.
tioorge Murray of Iho smeller stair
or the 0. Al. A S. Co,, nt Tailaiiftc,
Hpont novo ml days hero ut tlm fiouio
of Mr. and Mrs, F iPortlor, ami co-
lUPUOd lo Tndiinnc Tuesday.
a, h. Lonak, conductor and build-
Aiyono considering taking life in- ,,,. „, Cranbrook, bus boon given the
biii'uucq should consult Kftrtln Droa., flchool contract.    Work waa coinn -
Cranbrook.    They are Dlstricl Agents Loil on Tuesday.
for Canada's largest life company, and I —
have special I zed in (hat business for'   fcto*   y°U1'   property   with   Martin
fifteen years. lfitt   Bros. ;!r,tl
Mr. and Airs. H. McLeod and child. '    Floyd Irwin return
aocoraparfted by Malcolni McKay, havo cuing irom Nelson w
been ou u motor trip to Calgary. the teachers' conveu
~* and Saturday.
R. \v. Diamond, superintendent of —
Iconcentration   for   iho Consolidated, Mrs<  Havwari*'  «
t   the   Club CaCetjaDent lll,> week-end iu Kimberley, lla:'s Vlsili"
her  sun.
sduy.
on Sunday ev-
■e he attended
a  lost  Friday
spent several
lefl   for  Van-
WYCLIFFE NOTES *
Private' Porsonal Chrlstmaa Qreet-
g Cards iu exclusive designs, and
odoraloly indeed, at tha ollioo of the
•anbPook Herald. u
Airs. Lucy,
Bpltal stall li
Kimlierley a
Join her Itus
10 lias been on tlie ho-
for some months, loft
Thursday morning to
id in llio north.
'.. Drummond
i I'ntnlu'oiil-
Nn
o him
ilgllts
Ki
Bpoki
i Mr.
The
on Fr
lance hold ni
al   [ii
Chapman's camp
proclaimed the
ail who attended.
tlie guesl of horn
cer shower given i
Jackson, McDougo
Dr Lome nice loft on Saturday tor
Kaslo ami will return next week.
Bruce RitChlo of the Consolidated
staff at Tadanac spent several days
hero leaving Tuesday morning for
Tadanac,
It is not too -early to order your]
personal Christmas Greeting Cards'
for mailing to distant points. Seo the
samples of tlie moderately priced and;
exclusive designs at the Cranbrook
Herald. tf!
Miss Ruth Fox primary teacher at I
the public school underwent an operation for appendicitis at the St. Eugene hospital on Wednesday morning.
H. Johnson representing the Canadian Explosive Co., of Nelson, was
hero Tuesday.
A. Johnson
Mens' Furnisher
—3—
BOOTS AND SHOES
Null Cast's nml Trunks
OVERALLS
Roots and Shoos Neatly Repaired
...      ;,    ■!■■.   ,'.,,
Sainsbury&Ryan
HIILOKKS AMI
CONTRACTORS
Qordon Armstrong sponl the weekend nt his   homo in Cranbrodk,
Messrs. <!. Armstrong, u. Edmunds,
Harry Landry, W. A, El let sou and Dr.
illec attended tho cabaret dance at
the Cranbrook Hotel on Friday oven-'
Ing.
Fred Morrlsh who has boon enjoying an extended holiday iii Vancouver has returned to Kimberley.
Club Cafe, Cranbrook, commodious,
Clean, comfortable, lntf
Airs. Prank FortXer, Sullivan Hill,
I entertained- on Wednesday afternoon
iu honor of Airs. Lucy.
Don't forget the bazaar which is
being hold on Friday, November !Mh,
from :i to 6 in the Methodist Church
It's n good chance to buy some of
your Christmas presents and help a
good cause, itefreshnients will be
served  free.
Before deciding on that new building or that repair works see Geo. H.
Leask, the Pioneer Bulkier of Kim
berley and Cranbrook. IStf
The many friends of Eileen Montgomery will he glad to learn that sho
is improving rapidly after a severe
attack of scarlet fever.
Personal Christmas Greeting Cards
printed, from $l.7fi up, See the samples at the Crauhrook Herald. tf
!    The Kimberley branch of the O. \V.
', Y. A, are holding a smoker in their
JI new hall on Thursday evening. This
■ will he the second of a series planned
I'or ihe winter months.
OKI*: SHIPMENTS
ItU(JKIVKT) AT
THAU- SMELTER
MIXING MEN lltl TOLD
THE  KAMA  HISTORY
OF SI LIJVVN MINK
iCftiiuj Into Position as Premier
Producer Since Takon Over
By Consolidated
Tons
Following is a statement ol ore received al the Trail Smeller for the
period during October 15 lo 21 Inclusive.
Name or Aline.        Locality
Alamo Mill, Alat.'O, B.C. ...
Boll, Beaverdell, B.C .-.
Knob Hill, Republic, Wash.
Lone Plm> Surprise, Kepubtli
Qullp, Republic, Wash	
Sovereign, Bnildon, B.C	
Silversmith, Sainton, is.c. ,.
Company   Alines   	
Van Roi, Silverton, B.C	
Amongst   lhe  papei
convention of the B.C. Alining
held last week nl Trail was
slum Oil  "The Alining and T
n   at   tin
tnsttluti
i sympo
rcatmeni
, Wn.
of lhe Ores of the Sulllvuii Mine" by
Messrs. s. (i. Blaylock, W, Al. Archibald, II, A. Stimmel, It A. Diamond.
E. M. Stiles and George Murray who
dealt with this subject and went inl
a mass of technical mutters which
resting   lu   III
o tho avorugi
. 129
41:10
Total
4874
Mrs ago
, as told
x! in tho
In the
development
mines iu the
Here and Tli
ere
Shipments over the T. and N. 0.
Railway during the month of May
amounted to 32U.15 tons of silver
ore.
 ,
The movement-; of the mackerel
schools will, when observed, be
broadcasted from radio apparatus
erected for the purpose by the Canadian Marine Department.
Mrs. Dan Otto, nf Stratford, Ont.,
pet .IS eggs and hatched 84 ducklings
from them. One egg was apparently
of the double yolk variety and both
yolks were hatched.
A new direct passage service between Canada and northern Ireland
lias been Inaugurated bv the Canadian Pacific Steamships, Ltd. Three
steamers have been assigned tu the
route.
Estimates Given and   Work
Guaranteed
i       Telephones 2W. ami 29.1
CRANBROOK      -      It.C.  ;
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WHITE tUNCH
NOW OPEN
• • #
JIIMI.S AT All. HOURS
• •   •
A I .A GARTH SERVICE   .
• •   •
Mlhi:   \VASVl<VK • Prop
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Whni Vim Think «( Inminince
— fall tip —
BEALE & ELWELL
I'limit' £11     ::     OranbrooV
' Null' Aiti'iii* f«r hiiiiiirriri Tomu.lt*.
A. Mellor
fionernt Merchant
Rl i] lo and Fancy Groceries
Qcnt's  Furnishings
Mi>. rs and Shoes
si i:    IS    POR    PRICKS
James Edwards, of Port Robinson,
declares he has a chicken out of this
year's hatch which out-freaks most
chicken freaks. This ode lias fear
leys, four wings, two bad..'., two
necks but only one head. It lias
been preserved In alcohol.
Kimberley Laundry
1 Mint   m:\v   Mt\t(;i:*n:vi
H'OHK < Al.l.KII FOR
*»M» DELIVERED
Dimor's Cafe
K I M II i: 11 I. I' V
— Opou Day and Nljlit —
Von Kill KiiJuj Ii'iir M011I. at
thla ('«'•
Our Hervlt-e ta Prompt nu.l wn
alwaya try tu plaaaa.
I'tii'ir & sort' nitiNKs
I.IkIiI   Hufreslinii'iiH
Kimberley Garage
AM)
Electrical Supplies
ri.HTItH'.tl.    CONTRACTING
iitiisi iviiuxg a siI'i'i.iis
Agent* for Edison
MAZDA GLOBES
Have a Local Mali do ynur work
,1. I. LOONEY,   ::   Prop.
One hundred and fifty families
nre 10 be brought Into Hritish
Columbia  and  settled  under  private
enterprise in the valleys cast and
southeast of Fort Ueorge, W. A.
Lewthwaite announced, following his
return from England recently.
A Swedish scientist claims lo
have perfected a process for the
manufacture   of   "artificial    wood
from .">0 per cent, sawdust and the
balance chalk and chemicals. The
product is as hard as oak, and can
fee •llaned, sawed, bored, nailed,
painted, stained or polished. It will
not deteriorate in water.
A start on the actual work of
electrifying sections of the Canadian Pacific Kail way's main line
through   the   Rockies   may   be  made
next year. 1). C. Coleman, vice-
president of western tines, Bays thai
traffic demands and financial condition s won Id determine when a
start would be made.
[ were absorbingly
1 mining engineer .-
layman.
i This mailer ranged as fnr
the discovery of tin* mini' yi
by Put. Sullivan nud his party
I by s. a, Blaylock, it is report.
Trail News.
The advent of the railway
late illl's speeded up til
of the Sullivan and othe
district.
Shipments of silver-lend ore wen
made In HMO lo the oxteitl ot 300,000
ions, and the necessity of some process of smelting became apparent. A
smeller was started ai Marysvllle but
not properly completed.
A Iea.se of the mine by the Consolidated company followed in 1907, when
tests of ore were made ami a sorting
plant installed. In 1010 the company
acquired all lhe stock and plant, and
went to work to develop the property
more intensively, speeding up until
in 1914 it went Into leading position
jas producer for the whole Dominion
Hon, a position which it has since re
' taiued.
:    This very interesting epitome of the
[mine's history was followed by a paper on tlie workings of the mine,
given by W. M. Archibald, of Rossland. mines manager for tho company.
Ho spoke of the elaborate air and temperature tests which had been installed and which took cure of tlio fire
hazard in n scientific manner, practically reducing the lire risk to a
negligible quantity. Housing and
sanitation al the camp were also
dealt •with.
He was followed by B. A. Stimmel,
who deali with electrolytic zinc processes as developed by the company
and which were receiving attention by
the mineralogists of the continent.
B, A. piamond, whose hobby is concentration, spoke of its application
to the smelting problems iw presented
in llu- ore produced at the Sullivan
mine, going Into the matter of the
great now concentrator recently constructed at Kimberley. This was amplified by E. M. Stiles, whose blueprints lodpod to demonstrate the
enormity of the projeel undertaken by
I the Consolidated company In order to
j make   possible   the   smelling   of   the
'■■ Sullivan ore.
I Refining the ore was the subject of
' Oeorge Murray's paper which was
handled In 0 very dear and able manner.
Norman Trimble left for his home
at Medicine Hat, where he is recovering •1'rom au attack of tonstllUs. Emerson Taylor is filling tlie vacancy on
iho  store staff    during    bis  absence:
,A former member of lhe ball team
in the person of Mr, Luther Chase,
paid Wylllffe a flying visit on Wednesday afternoon,
Mr. Ous Quick has recently made
the purchase of a brand new 1924
Chevrolet. If this keeps up and the
number ot gasoline buggies keeps in-
1 leasing, tho old town will have to
appoint a tratllc cop in tlie near future.
I'yciiiic representatives at the
meeting ni' iho A.A.I?., in Cranbrook,
last Friday night, were Mr. Lloyd
Crowe, Larry Piper, Steve Clark and
Damon Foster. Lloyd Crowe represents Wycliffe on the committee and
all the delegates express satisfaction
at the results Of lhe meeting and discussion.
Mr. Carl Quick returned mi Sunday
afternoon from a week's sojourn lu
Spokane.
This community has suffered a loss
and Lumberton has gained witli the
departure of Mr, Prod Hunter for thai
lowu on Monday last. His many
friends will wish him the best of luck
iu his new location, the while regretting the going of an Al sport.
The sawmill resumed operations
.Monday morning afler a shutdown of
ten days to effect necessary repairs,
and once again the sawdust Is flying
while the logs roll.
Tho first flurry of the "beautiful,"
THE
Otis Staples Lumber Co.,
Limited
Manufacturers all Kinds of Lumber |
Pine, Fir, and Larch
SI.All WOOD
SPECIAL ATTENTION LOCAL ORDERS
HIGH CLASS MILL WORK
Enquiries Promptly Dealt With
MILL OFFICE & YARD
Wycliffe, B.C.
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ATTEMPTING I'SE OE
POSTAGE STAMPS SEC-
OMI  TIME, IS FOOLISH
■IViiny Wise and Pound Foolish" Ideu Mil) Lend Fruvnl
Ours to Police Court
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[J Morrison & Kurke
[5 Donlora In Coal nnd Wood
J. TRANSFER ffOKK DtMIB
% Ti'll your wivoB mul It'll your
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Bruce Robinson
Teacher of Music
Studio: Baker St., Cranbrook
Pliona IM
ROBmSON'S ORCHESTRA-DANCES ARRANGEO FOR
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada Limited
OFFICES, 8MBLT1NQ AND REFINING DEPARTMENT
IBM,   BRITISH   COMUDU
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
ParcIUMrf of Gold, 8ll?er, Copper, Lead ft Zinc Orel
Prodacert of Gold, Sllfer, Copper, Pig Lead and Zluc
"TADANAC RBAND
TheyLik 'Mough
Stamina
VIOLA DA NT A
Strange us It may sound, there are
people who will try lo use a postage
stamp thut lias been cancelled perhaps
a Utile lightly for a second letter.
Cases have even been known of this
nature in Cranbrook, and since a can
plo of Instances in Saskatchewan have
recently led to the culprits being
charged In the police court with the
offence, drawing fines of $10 and $5,
with costs in each case, the postal
authorities are desirous of bringing
.he evils of such a foolish practise to
tlio notice of the public generally.
It fs also desired to point out that
careless addressing of mall matter Is
a very frequent cause of the failure
of letters, papers und packages to
arrive at their destination. .Many misdirected letters cannot be delivered at
all. and so friends are disappointed,
business deals spoiled, customers lost
nml other unfortunate happenings ensue.
Mail matter to the Orient Is also
heing despatched quite frequently
underpaid) the postmaster advises.
The rate to the Orient for letters is
ten cents for the first ounce and five
cents each additional ounce. To the
Antipodes and British possessions
generally, the rale is four cents for
the first ounce and three cents for
each additional ounce, and trouble
and delay fs saved ut the destination
by iiiakinn sure that, the full postage
has been paid,     •
as 11 lias been more or les-j erroneously dubbed, (depending on the point 01
view altogether,) descended mi Saturday morning, ami lasted but a little
white. Juki  a tasle of   wli.it   is yet to
come, nevertheless 'be pessimists put
nn   their   winter   clothes   and   per-'
spired freely in the afternoon sun.
Throe of the local bachelors attended the Bacholors Cabaret Dance iu
Cninlirook last Priday night. Tliey
who enjoyed Blngle blef-sedtiess. and
therefore went were. Pete Fransen,
Walter Siaplcs and Jack Pennington.
The first wheal shipment started
rolling Saturday, when Chester and
hob Kleming completed loading a car
of sacked grain.
Mr. A. Sutherland. Knvernment
boiler inspector has. been occupied at
the mills and also ar the camp durinp
the past day or two.
Mr. Bruno Bourgeolse bat returned
from an auto trip to West Konu-nay
and boundary points Including NV.-
aon, Grand Forks and his bom- at
r'rescent  Valley. j
Constipatlon'sRemedy
must come frum nature.    Celery
Km,: is a mixture of medicinal
tier! a and roots that rids tbe SVI-
teiii of itnpuritipt in n gentle.
tiati ral way. Anold and well tried
rem mv   30c and 60c package*
A .Salesman's Cough
irritates his costomen amltnak.es
him Inefficient and rnnerabV
Shiioh ii tha ideal remedy—it ia
not a bulky cough mixture
but a specisj fern,uia proven sue*
cesfful for many yean A few
-ire « bniij.'*. Immedlata relief.
3o*. 60c am JI _■    A i druggists.
tth.u The \nrh.-r Heated ti SltrtT
Gushing Mi-? ibeint; shown over
steamer)—-Oh, Captain, it must be
lovely on the ocean when the silver
moon is in the sky. and tbe ship has
stopped for the night.
{Qgally
\Dead
DENNIS QWONC
vnrcMFFB
Market Gardener
WATCH FORMV WAGOJf
Hoxry Mother: Kven a bilious, con-
[ stlpated. feverish child loves the
pleasant taste of "California Klg
1 Syrup" and it never falls to open the
i bowels. A teaspoonful today may
prevent a stck child tomorrow.
Ask    your   druggist    for   genuine
"California Yiv, Syrup" which bu ai-
rocttons for babies and children of all
agefl  printed  on bottle. .Mother!   You
At the SUir Theatre next Monday and  mu8t say "California" or you may get
■nm pun qi9 j&qtuo,vp>j "Xepseni an Imitation fig syrup.
At tho Star Theatre Wudn.tr.day aad Thursday Novsmber 7th * Ith. PAGE E10I1T
TIIE   CRANBROOK   HERALD
Friday, November 2,1928
•y * * ■:• •:• *** **** * •:■ * ** * *t* * * * ****
i
GOUDA Potterr
ARTISTIC SHAPE AND COLOR DESldNS
1\" VASES, BOWLS AND CANDLESTICKS
—   SEE (III! WINDOW   —
A. EARLE LEIGH
Watchmaker Jfc Jeweller       Norbury Ave   Nexl Door Star Then
LOCAL
>PEiwra
Insure wiih Bealo i- Elwoll.
* _
*
J I 1IUHN- On Thursday, Octobef SS, lei
+ '' Mr. and Mra. II. C. Kinghorn', al tlio
$    St, Eugene Hospital, u daughter.
Lu> your ShoeB for tlie whole fam-
*+*+*♦   Mv al 11. WESTON'S. 33lt
  Tho archie Cameron cottage la b»-
 j    Tho da ( the Methodist Lodlea' L     treated to a Caloric heating sva-
€ttv items of interest j zi::\:'zz:'::z^ir'
 „,,!, ,., Saturday, November 34th.     ;    Seo Qrady «  Eye aboul  thai   now
Mr. H. \V. Diamond, .Mr. Ueo. Murray — suit or overcoat.   Von can Bolecl from
and   Major   Ritchie let! on Ti lay     Speclall   Snecial!  Tungalon  Lamp* ,„„  „,  „„.,, ;„,,,,,,,,,. atylon
last ror Trail. nl bargain prli os.    26, In, ami BO watt plltern, nm| (nbr|ca    A io prices
- (or 88c, are rcaaoi  3411
Seo Un, aamploa o[ exclusive Per W P. DORAN.
aonal Christmas aroetlng Cards al the       Our low prices win every time. Mr. 13. H   Wilkinson and M
Harold Oltlco,  Priced Irom *1 7.7 per n   ■" ■   !'■ '       "   "        '
dozen up. 1
Inexpensive
Rings
The amount you are planning to spend on un engagement   ring  may  bo  modest
indeed, but quality is still
iho most importnnl factor.
Our moderately priced diamonds are of Mi" same flawless quality  we  use  in  our
costly   creations.    They   ure
all   mounted   ui   Bettings  of
LS kt, gold, Bpeclally designed to display tlio Btone, ......
the [irt.i'OH Btarl nl 525.00,
!■; i
on Wednesday, Uiio
Mi    isdith Lewis returned from |3d- lQtton Monday to spend a two months
 iton tm Tuesday o( this week and i|m||llliy in CftHfoi'iilo nl Urn liome of
:',!■ t, .it Llio  i- again assisting In llio drug store of | N||. ginm*/a brother, Mr. I'. N   Ainatl
W.H.Wilson
Tilt .lender
Cranhrook  Coltago  lloBpltal,  to  Mr.  J. H. Hnsluni,
aad MrB. D  .'.I. MacDonald, a son. —
—                                Dou'l ini^^ St. Mary's church annual
Ovorland Pour Hood fuvora, tii.00 i,,,,1:,r al  K   ul P. Hall, Friday, No-
each.     30 x '.y- Tire Chains $4 15 lo vcmber Hiih, afternoon and ovenlng. |tlio key f
$6.60.     Wilson's Vulciuilaliuj Work-.,    sowing,    KMUod    <:...>,!».    Orochel
3411                           Cranbrook, B.C. j Kniui'oitlory, Candy and Home Conk
ing will I n salo.   Tea will be sorv
Sinllh. ot Hollywood, Los Angelo*
Insiiranco locks the door beforo lhe
Cranbrook Taxidermist
.\llss Elsie ituih
is Blolon.    Benlo St I
ry hiBuraiu
BORN- Al the s7 Eugcno Hospital
.     Auditorium    Hi
! Keep the ilulo n|i
ORN   Al Hi.. St. Eugcno Hospital,     Mls8 ,,,,, Mrtl,.ogm. „f |h,a otly ,,
Saturday, October 27, lo Mr. nnd making a good recovery al Ihe hospl-
npont tlm weokrond as lbe
Mr. and Mrs. V /. Manning.
Our beat  ailv.    is a    pm
Suit on a satisfied custom
"mi.   There will bo a Fish Pond for tho Mrs. Anthony Shavela, of Skookum- ,„, tr„m „
si    Ot
S4if    Qrady £ Eye, TuilorB. Baker St.
children,   A whin drlvo with prizes
I in ii,,, evening al 816 will enable the
booths hi continue liustneBS unill the
prizes arc distributed al 10 o'clock.
35-30
STAR THEATR
E
l
ItntiltAM FOR
NEXT  WEEK
MOMMY & TUESDAY
MILTON SILLS    iii    "1
Ml
Al
IV  III. Ml"
I'ATIIK NEWS
-
COMEDY
HI DM S11AV A TIIUIISDA1
Viola Dana in
"THEY LIKE 'EM ROUGH"
HEBE    IS    A    I'AST,   SNAPPY    COMEDY
Also Added
I'wo Reel Comedy
■liiuk. a son.
Hla Dance - Auditorium, Priday,
November 10th, 1923, Keen the date.
Particulars later. 3Blt
Train No. '17  was crowded to the
root on Thursday with harvesters re-
turnlng-to tho land of tho free, an
extra coach which made   Iho   hoys
working In the Cranbrook yard smile.
1 having   been   requisitioned  at  Lcth-
I brtdgo to help oui in tlio crush, li bad
I dropped emla   like   ihe "Toonervllle
Trolley."
Nol too early in ordor Personal
line, Cards. Exclusive styles.
tool Embossed and Single and Folder
siyles. Prices from SI.77, per dozen
and up.   The Herald Ofllco, If
i..
IT PAYS in shop ai in.. Kootenny
Trading Co. I.m. nil
Qcorgo ll. Leask, well known contractor in' ihis eiiy. was the BUCcess-
ful tenderer on lhe tour roomed addition In tlie pnl,lie sel 1 at Kiiulierley. am] con in I'd work thero ibisj||||ll
week Willi il force of men,
Tho Cbrlsl Church Bazaar will lie
hold mi Nov. 21, in ike Parish Hall
:ilif|
.Miss .Mary Collins was able to return ||
lo her home ai Creston lasl week-end|
afler a stay al Ihe hospital.
have gout' mil tn' business. Made
Ino good Shoes for llio money
ihey got for them. Wo can't
replenish Hie lines, so will clear
them all onl al ltarttiiiii Price-..
Tliey sold regularly al $10.50,
nnd $12.00 and they were worth
il. loo. They nre nil mi Ihe
Bargain Table al  ..     $7.35
Pour rooms nl $-12 and one front
iiiii al J15 all elean ami comfortable
Harry Liddlcoi ' Fori Steele Islcnn be bad nl tho Tourlsl Rooms on
Armstrong Avenue, mitf |
| alill It  patlenl  at   llio hospital, Inn   is
j Improving nicely, il  is staled.
,    See our  line nl' McClary  heating
stoves.     Putmore Bros. HO
FRIDAY .V SATURDAY
Keaton's Kleverest Komedy
Assisted hy MAKGARET LEAHY
English Beauty Contesl Winner
"The
Three Ages"
Keaton's First lii-^ Special Feature. The funniest
Comedy Special since "The Kill"
Specially added Al. St. John Comedy "ALL WET*
Harvey Kindles, of Washington, win
is ut iiri'siMii ;i patient at ilie hospital
is now doing nicoly, it is stated.
BORN—On Monday, Octoher 20, :it     Stdck    yoar   kitchen    with    I
hhu St. Eugene Hospital, to Mr. nnd Aluminum wan1.    Gnaranleod weight
Mrs, Lionel Leask, a son. Special values ai 85c and $1.70, The
~* ,       „    best value over offered. Patmore Bros.
Remember    Kootenay  Trading (o.| ,,6
; Mil., before yotl buy elsewhere.      Iti. _
. ^eihit^L-^:^*a
sf$^sMffi@&]
I    BORN—Al Hie si. lOllgollo Hospital,
11„ Mr. ami Mrs. Archie Ultch, "1 Jal'l-
I ray. mi Tuesday, October so, u son.
Mrs lt. 11. Harrison is now making
'booiI recovery at Hie hospital tolluv
ling hero recent operation.
I Order your Personal Christmas
I While our great reduction sale Is on 0reellng ,.„.,„ „,nv for mailing to
I we will mako it turther reduction i"|,||s„„„ ,„,iiits before the li.ics cot low
Tlio Herald ihis year for Private
Personal Christmas Qreotlug ('nrtls.
Try Kootenay Trndlni
unlit) and value.
I'.ninore Bros.,  iioine
Hu Priday ovenlng last the young rio" Pipet
people nf CranlironU held a eabarel 'iln Earth"
il: e at  the Crnnbrook Hotel.   Tin
Ol  I lie  "rule
System  "Host I
Innovation proved a brilliant sue ess.
being well attended mul much enjoyed,
I'l'.e   Mayor  ami   City   ('nun
lo thank Hie members of ibe Womt
we win miiKe a lain,.-.    ,iisi„„, points before the lines gel low. .„,,„„ „.,.„ „„.,„,,„, ,.„, „.,, „„i,„.„,i   "' """'" "'•' members ot n„. «,inien s ::.„,
the prices ot our Utiles' Oirls' nnd                ^Zltrt^t^VX^'^^ ^ ^'^"^ "^ U^'
I Boys' nbocs.   fall and look tins line        ,                                               ,f,    ''"'"           '*'°: ' " ''»„"  ?'          work In ,„„„,,,. vlth the collection S»n,l yo
over.   Ask to be shown tlie lines wei                           _                            ''™ orchestra.    .Many   out  i.r town                           j     ^ d ,]m| u s,,,,.,., ,
-.   ...    ,   «._,_.   0..1         ,. .....    ,,,,,       ....     tlPOtilfl   .'tlsi,   enine   in    I'nv   lhe   al't'ali'
Wo earry a full Mao   ol   Lifebuoy
Illuming shoes.
W. P. DOBAN.
Onr low prices will every lime.
Ovorlnnd Pour Hood rovers. $0.00
each. 30 x ::i-i Tire t'liuins $4.7:, lo
JI1.60, Wilson's Vulcanizing Works.
Crnnbrook, B.C.
nr linmslilchlug lo Hie Singer
ink.   Box 7-.' 3411
guarantee In Hoys' and Oirls' School
1 Shoes at our special prices.
W. 11. HIM.
'The Exclusive Women's & Children's
Store
Mrs. Hike Wasyluk ami Utile
were able to leave the hospital
Sunday lasi for their home at K
berley.
nine  in   for  tho  affair.
Mrs. Chester staples, .Mrs. Kellog,
Ml i. Hojgarth and Mrs. Forrest acted
a:, patronesses for tho function.
the   imlili.
'S|ll
ally   for  their  very-
iil-
r
I
I
I
Beginning Nov. 1st
We will give it COUPON wllh every TEN DOLLAR
CASH SALE, or PAID ON ACCOUNT, wliich
entitles the holder to i	
10x14 PHOTO
at liiu Local stutlii).     These raalce u very appropriate
'        Christmas Gift.      \i>i more thnn three supplied to
any one family.
Special Sale of Cups & Saucers
At less than cost price, to clean n|i several odd linos.
$4.00 dozen
a.
I SOMETHING EVERY
I        W03IIA> SIIOll.U KSOW ">'
For tho last 70 years, iu every country iu tlie world where sewing
machines are used the Singer Sewing
Machine has taken every Cold Medal
and every high award. Tiny must be
ihe best machine. Fnr sale ol llu-
Singer store ai J3 per month.   Phone
110. "Ill
Regular $0.00 values, while lliey last
I
I
See Window fur Sample
JUST RECEIVED A
Large Shipment of Glasses
Dli i from lhe factory In Delglum, ai groally reduced
prices.      We have
Water masses trom  1.25 lo 2.50 por dozen
Wine classes al   2.75 per dozen
SEE OUR WINDOW
John MANNING
Cranbrook District
Co-Operative Society
FANCY. AMI STAPLE GROCERIES
FLOUR AMI FEED
He a Shareholder ami I'rirllcliinto in the Surplus Profits
Shares $10.00 each
PATRONIZE VOllll OWN STORE ■ CURRENT PRICES
■ #.»_•_ t. ♦.». * ♦—»—»-»-» t »-»■-»-»-»-• t e e e e.e
NOTICE
AFTER November 1st, IH2I! our
ofllco will be located In the
Iireniiscs recently occupied by
the late James T. l,aldlaw whose
business we are taking over.
Wo beg In. notify client*, of
llio lale Mr. Uiitllaw, and others
that wo shall be carrying on lbe
prnctlco of Land Surveying io-
gethor with our General Engl-
noerlng und Contracting work.
llelVOI.I' ,\  HAM
Phono 111
Our Block of Seasonable Materials
ror .Men's Clothing is of highest tiual
A iiertecl fll ami comnleto sat-
Isfnsllnn guaranteeil.     Qrnily .v Bye.
Tailors, linker Street. M'r|Trading Co Ltd.
Mrs. Charles French   of   Creston,   	
returned   to her home on  Saturday I £
last alter undergoing au operation at
the hospital.
We earry a full li if Men's Women's and Misses' Sinus.
Our low prices win every time.
W. F. DORAN.
Miss Phyllis Jeffries, of this city,
wiio was last week reported seriously
ill. is now doing nicely, her friends
are glad to Icarll.
Mr. A T. Ilaiiielor. teller al tho
Uoynl Bunk loft ou Thursday for Ale
linlsl'oril. ll.C, lu wliich  place lie has
1 1 transferred.   Mr. Bachelor, wlio
hus been iii t'lanbrmik for about Iwo
years leaves a large Circle of friends
who will lie sorry to learn nl' Ills de
pnriuro. .\s a member ol the flockoy
Club be will bo very much missed as
"Botch" was a lower of Blrenglh on
Iho detinue lor the cniiibroolt team.
Hemstitching.—Mrs, Snrtees, flnr-
,'eu  Avenue. *tf
i.   The Wi
Iceted 1130.04 while the ltoiarians got
$188,50, making a total    ol   s:,^7.."il
I'lie Parish Hall rani Parties andIThla lias Iieen forwarded to lbe bead
lines  will  be hold on  I lie  following   OfllCO uf 'lie Red t'ross nl  Valieilliver.   |
tea:  Nov, 7;  ll.... a. 34lt
Ladies'   Coals
Orady «  Lye. the
Weather     lectin
'let your *;:•$ worth at the Kootenny "Showers" instnlloi
III! I The Plumbers.
for     today    -
Patmore Bro
WANT ADS.
A NNO UNCEMENT
Mrs. McDONALD wishes lo announce to her piil-
rons and others, thai nfter November lsl, lhe Beauty
Shop will lie located in Hie Brown * Morley Stage Office
building on Hanson Avenue, opposite Kootenay Oarage.
Phone 581 I'or appointments for Manicuring,
Marcelling, Shampooing, Facial Massages,
Scalp Treatments,
IIAIRWEAVING DONE
Satisfaction Guaranteed
G. W. V. A. Smoker
On Saturday, November Kith, following a general
meeting of lhe G.W.V.A., A SMOKER will be given iu
the lecture room of tlie Cluli. All returned men welcome,
COMB BARliV,   Meeting will open promptly at 8 p.m.
CONCERTS AT HOME IH'IUNG THE LONO, COLD
WINTER EVENINC1S
(iei iii touch with Calgary, Edmonton, Reglna, Chicago, Minneapolis, Seattle, Vancouver, Vicloria, Portland,
Snu Francisco, Los AngeloB, Etc, wllli our
MHITIIKKN ELECTRIC SET   SI(15.00
EXTRA HEAD PIECES  7.50
Friday Lasl We del Pittsburg Clear mill  Dlslliicl
Electric Supply Shop
I'linne 111
P. I), llox 00!l
Plume ;ir.:',
SIAl.   8KCOKD   ll'lll   NTOBK
Phone I.
We pay the best prlcti suing for nil
kinds of furniture. Wo buy anything from a mouse tr 'i to an aute-
aioblle.
W   W. Kllby, Auctioneer and Valuer
WANTED Hill lor general housework Apply .Mrs. A. K. Leltch.
Armstrong Avenue, Phono 'J77,   Ihitf
TO-LET      Housekeeping Booms, a|i-
nly sun Dewar Avenue. SBlf
WANTED—Qlrl tor general .work. Apply Cottage Hospital. Cranbrook, nil
Fill! SALK.      Berber Chnlr.    Cream
Separator,  am!   Itlflo. Apply     II
B3tt
Weslon. Cranbrouk.
FOB SALK      K' roomed lumse.    For
pariieiilats apply Mrs A  Crawford,
L'llI  Oardeii  Avenue 3311
WANTHII)     Hl'op     side     "leel     eoliell
|il lee  line,I   lie  I ,-.i   ..li;,III.'    I'll.Hie Ml
llllll
full  HMM       Seven roomed house,
garage, fully i lorn ami lu first-
elass  eon,111 Ion,   al   \,ry   r, i-otiinlil,.
figure   A11111>   II, raid 3111
STORM SASH and DOORS
Now is the time for you lo consider placing your
order for STORM SASH nnd DOORS, which will add
greatly to the comfort of your home during Hie winter
months, and also reduce your FUEL BILL. Lei ns
have your order, which we can fill promptly.
Remember, we carry a full line of Building Materials which consist of strictly STANDARD GRADES.
We can fill your order promptly whether il lie one
pleoe or a carload,
CRANBROOK SASH & DOOR
run HAI.H      He luxe Imli) carriage,
^ya^ra^rk        lull  t.l/e  sleeper    III     while  wlel.er.
J!     wild  while e.iriluniv upholstery, nr-
i\r|p       »!     lillory   wheels As good  as  new.
■ LfV        i   inr ball prlco.    Pb :imi.       mill
i!    lor, million Case ami Cash llogli
]    nr.       Cheap for cash,       t'linrb
COMPANY, LIMITED
PHONE «.» - ■ P. O. BOX 2SS
tteeettm
FOB SAl.li   Cider Cooler, liar Colin-
ion.   Kiiulierley,   B.C.
Z7lf
TO HUNT. — Suitable till'n e or slore
' mi Armstrong Avenue, next in W.
' F. Ilnran's. Apply to W. W. KII-
'    by. •:■!! t
\	
POR RENT—Olllce to rent two doora
from Venezla Hoiel. apply to Joiin
Card.
22ir
in ACIIH FARM CHEAP—for quick
I sale. Hood buildings, spring creek,
I auto road to door, fine bottom Ian*
wllli part already nndjr cultivation.
J Big Sullivan Mine, Kluiberley, do..
'    by. is ready market right at door
Apply to Mariln Bros., Cranbrook,
ac mi

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