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Array PROBINCIAL LIBRARY
*nr. 1-UJ,
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
VOLUME   H
CRANBBOOK, B.C., FRIDAY. JANUARY 1th, 1981
S I  JI 11 i: II     4 a
STAR THEATRE FRIDAY SATURDAY JANUARYS -12
anil  "Her*  Reputation"  k Thomas Ince Production, featuring MAY MncAVOY.
g All-Star Cast.    Story L>y Mary Roberts Rinehart.
Charlie ChaDlin in "The Pilgrim" ,lls >>es»a,,u trre",,,sl s'H'i;'1 ComedIfmim*  ~
COMING. - Friday and Saturday, January 18 and 19, "LONG LIVE THE Kim," featuring JACKIE COOflAM, and abi
Standings Given
at High School
ItiiNpd on HcniiMn uf HI- Alonlh-
ly West Hold lieforo
Christ mils
711.
78.2
76.0
7B.2
74.1
72.1)
72.2
70.4
Below fifi Unsatisfactory
GRADE XI.
Class Average 72.9
Hester Thompson 	
Evelyn Anderton 	
Wllllo Selby  	
Dorothy   Leask   	
Nora   Homo   	
Geneva Puffer  	
Lawrence Campbell   	
Winnlfred Burdett  	
James  Taylor   	
Delia  Baxter     70.2
Dorothy McKowan    69.
Myrtle Garden    65.3
Alec NIabet   CG.2
GRAVE X.
Class Average 70.4
Ruth  Soderholm     92.7
Margaret Johnson     83.2
Hector Llnnell     82.2
Sandy  Pascuzzo     80.3'
Esther Chandler    77.3
Arthur Shankland    771
Norman  Parker    70.4
Chester RobortB     76.3
Jean Flett     761
Emily May     75.7
Gertrude Patmore     75.7
Doris  Haynes     75.2
Margaret Godderls    75.1
Joe Brogan    74.4
Eva WeBton     73.8
Marlon Atchison   73.8
Amy Williams    71.8
C. V. Hooper   71.2
Trilby  Rebel     71.2
Lillian  StEloi     70.6
Doris Winterstein     69.3
Henry Godderls     69.3
Mildred  Burdett     69.
Ray  Hill     69.
Grace  Baker     67.6
Murray McFarlane  67.3
Edward White    66.9
Dagmar  Anderson     65.1
Jean Ward     02.6
Bennle Murgatroyd     61.2
Melville Leask   61.2
Jack Brown     fi0-4
Berta Cameron   58.6
Archie Findlay   52-4
Leona Gough     36.3
GRADE IX. DIvIhIoii III.
Class Average 69
John Cummlngs     90,6
Philomon Belanger   84,7
FUNEUA1 OF ACCIDENT
VICTIM HELD MONDAY
WITH MASONIC HONORS
Tlie funenil ot the late John Mc-
aclieru who lost Ills life lit uu automobile accident ut Sand creek on the
Jaffray road, Christmas day, wao held
Monday afternoon last nt Hie
Crnnbrook Comotory, The funeral
waa delayed ponding tho arrival nf
uiemborB of tho family. Deceased
wiih ono of a family <>f eleven nud
IiIh passing inn lies the firm gap In
this huge circle of grown up BOns and
laughters, Among tlio.se uf IiIh family
who wero here to attend the funeral,
were his father, D. B, McEachern.
'ormerly of Hie I.C.lt. service. Mr. and
Mrs. .Tub. McEachern, brother and sister-in-law, of Vancouver, and Messrs. Everett and William from Saskatchewan und Waldo respectively.
Other relatives in the city are Mr.
Murdoch McEachern, an uncle, and
Archie, of Penticton, and Mrs. F. A.
Small.
The funeral service was held at the
Presbyterian church ut 2.30, conducted by Rev. E. W. MacKay and was
attended by members of Cranbrook
Masonic Lodge of which deceased was
waa ulso a member. At the cemetery
after tho usual brief service of com-
mltal, the Masonic funeral service was
read by W. Bro. A. E. Jones, and the
brother Masons attending threw their
emblematic sprigs of evergreen into
the open grave. Tho pall hearers were
all members of the order namely,
Messrs. W. F. Cameron. L. Clapp, N.
A. Walllnger, II. B. Hicks, A. A. MacKinnon and J.  S.  Newman.
DIED
The death took place in tbe eaiiy
hours of Friday morning. January
4th. of Mr. Qeorge Hogarth.
The funeral will be held from the
Cranbrook Hotel on Sunday afternoon
at 3 p.m.
WELL KNOWN FIGURE
IN CITY BUSINESS
LIFE PASSE8 AWAY
ii* ». Brown Succumbs to Attach
of Pleurisy. Interment
ut Vancouver
On New Year's Eve there passed j
away at the St. Eugene hospital one'
of Crunbrook's old-timers in the per-!
son of Mr, George Bruce Brown. He
had been identified with the business
interests of Cranbrook for approximately twenty years und was well
and favorably known among a large
Circle of friends in Cranbrook and
the Crows Nest Pass. "Bruco" oa he
was familiarly known, was really a
western pioneer. A native of Peterboro, Ontario, he w«*s one among the
many easterners making the rush to
tho Klondyke in the early days. Following this he returned to Winnipeg,
where he worked ns a traveller for
the G. B. Wood Co., [or a time, going
thence to Rossland, where he was
employed. About eighteen years ago
ho came to Cranbrook and entered
the employ of the J. D. McBride Hardware Co, About 1910 bo spent a
short time in Fernie as bookkeeper
for the J. D. Quail Hardware Co., also
with Shepherd & "Elliot of the same
city. He returned to Crnnbrook to
work with the new firm of Wasson &
Parks In 1911 and was engaged with
that firm and its successor, F. Park;!
& Co., ever since. For the last fourteen years Mr. Brown bad made his
home with Mr. and Mrs. F. Wasson.
Ho was of a quiet, retiring disposition, and did not take any nctive part
in lodge or club affairs, but was a valuable member of the Cranbrook He-
tall Merchants' Association, representing his firm, and acting for a time as
secretary. He was taken III on
Christinas Eve, but it was Christmas
Day before it was realized his trouble was at all serious.     On the 26tb
Second Ticket Out
In the Field
Candidates   Supporting  Alderman liiilniriii  for Mayor
Mnke Announcement
AMATEUR ATHLETIC
ASSOC. TAKES OVER
KINK FOR SEASON
FAST HOCKEY SEE>
AT OPENING GAME
NEW YEAR'S DAY
John F. Wright, ehfe f engineer
at the C. N. P. lumber mill, Wardner,
wlio recently suffered the amputation
ot a leg,was able this week to get
around a little on crutches.
Thiii there will be a spirited contest for the mayoralty nnd the six
scats on tlie city council becomes evident with the announcement of another slate to oppose that announced
lust week. Nomination day is still
ten days away, which means that
there is considerable lime for personal electioneering and canvassing, and
tills Is being very vigorously pushed
in some quarters, and the result will
probably be nn unprecedented large
poll.
Tlie slate announced last week advocated Alderman J. 11. Cameron I'or
Mayor and Messrs G. D, Carlyle ami
J, Dunlop from the railway Interests,
and Alderman A. E. Jones. J. P. Fink,
F. M. MacPherson and J. E, Kennedy
representing tho business interests.
Tho announcement of this slate was
quickly followed by the announcement of another In support of the
candidature of Alderman. A. J. Balment for Mayor. The names appearing ou this slate ure also well known,
and their annoticeiucnts, individually
ami collectively, are found in another part of tliis paper. Tlio six can
dictates i'or alderman include three of
the retiring council. Alderman W. J
Flowers, who has now completed five
terms as nn alderman, and Aldermen
T. H. Bronsdon and W. W. Kllby.
The three others are Leslie Loucks.
C. P. It- engineer, W. J. Wilson, vul-
canlzer ami automobile tire dealer.
and A. II. Bullock.
So absorbing has tho contest for the
mayoralty anil    city    council become
hat little or nothing has been heard
.'. rink,   in
ip of an exce
itlicr   improv
•led o
Looking For Support As lmp-i
I   rovetnents .i'or   Wc Humes
Arc Curried Out
|    The Cranbrook    Amateur    Athletic
[Association have taken over tho CR.
addition to the working
Ment sheet of ice several
■omenta  have been  car-
it including additional lighting
ie Ice, bringing over the uleaeh-
withln three foot of the Ico and
laying down plank walks for several
ndred spectators so that they can
Btamp their feet, which will make it
little better Mian In past years in
old   weather.     The   people   of   Cran-
nork  should  understand  that  when
he hockey players are. good enough
sports to slrip off In light clothing
and play the gams in below zero weather ft is natural that they look for
support.    The  public   should   understand this and come well clothed and
wrapped in witness the finest brand
of 1 ockey that has ever heen put up
before  a  Crauhrook  audience.     It   is
nol asking too much to encourage the
promotion of our great national game,
Every one knows that tho local hoys
tried hard onongh to secure a closed
rink and    the people   of   Cranbrook
should  sec to it  that this is secured
before another year goes by.
Admission to tho hockey games is
60c for adult
1(1 years.
ho was removed to the hospital, and Lj* probabilities for the three vacan-
though It was thought his chances of L|e8 on tne school board, or tho pol-
The hockey lid was piled off ou
he afternoon of New Year's Day
vhen ibe KImherley and Cranbrook
teams bam led at the C.R.C. rink before a hundred funs in 20 below zero
iither. The game proved the usual
opening affair With Cranbrook leading at the end of the first period 1-0;
H. Blumenauer scoring Cranbrook'a
initial tally. KImherley forced matters during the second spasm and
were leading 2-1 al the close.
The third period produced ibe fastest and best hockey of the day. "Doc'
Huffman evened the score only to
have Lafortune of Kimlierley put his
team one up when he beat Tom Hogarth on a shot from outside ihe defense. Kimberley secured another
and took the lead, packing their defense, hut again Henry Blumenauer
scored and evened matters much to
the dclfght of all and the gome ended without further score.
Lafortune, Smith and Gill worked
hard for the miners while Mitchell,
Blumenauer and Jones starred for
Cranbrook. "Our old college chum"
Eric MacKinnon bandied the bell,
with the usual "crabs" panning him
The Llne-Ups
Cninlirook Kimberley
Goal
T Hogarth     Blundell
Defense
Jones       Smith
ic for children under j Whitehead       Rochon
general  skating  26c Forward*
and IBc for children,   Skating every!Mitchell      Gill
afternoon and evening except Wednos- • Blumenauer       Slaughter
day and Friday   aftor   intermediate Father Ehmann   Lafortune
games. [ E Hogarth      Murray
Season  tickets  on  salo at Reattie-  Huffman       Peever
Noble's and Cranbrook Drug & Book.  Peacock
Owing   lo  extreme   weather   rondi-  ■•-*■-•	
lions Wednesday and Thursday nights WAME8_ARRANGED
11*3 rink was not opened It lieing im-
possible to iicat the dressing room
Weather   permitting   the
bo open continuously.
Lumber Cut in
pisirict Runs High
Expected Crunhrook Will llo)«~
Position us Second (ireateit
Producer in  Province
Through the courtesy of Mr. N«r-
man Moore, district forester, 'he Herald has been able to glean soma extremely    Interesting    information  ia
83.7
S1.2
80.1
79.3
79.2
7S.6
. 77.9
Hay   Beecli	
Kathleen   Dallas   	
Andy Cnssidy   	
Margaret Horie  	
Peter Brennan  	
Ena Davey   	
Graham Dale  	
Jack Dixon  	
Byron Haynes   	
Ollvon Evans   	
Ivy Dbtall  	
L&wrenoe Potter 	
Malcolm   Harris   	
Victor Holmes 	
Ronald  Drain   	
Harluntl   Clark   	
Oeorge  11 liusing   	
Mary  tkiniels   	
Winnlfred   Benlo   	
Ethel  Atohlson  	
Davui Frame 	
Bri est D&niolson 	
Sherman Harris    r»7"
Arnold Holdener     ft".7
Murray Garden  67-
Murguerite Caven     ftft.fl
John Helmslng       ftft.6
.... GRADfi DC. Division IV.
Claso Average 71.8
Eileen   McQuuld      83,6
74 2
74.
71 7
70.4
07 1
66.6
64.1
64,
63.5
63,1
00.3
59.7
57.9
CRANBROOK IS GROWING CITY, FIGURES
FOR LAST TEAR SHOW
The vital statistics for the year
just, ended, as registered at the government office, were as follows:
Deaths       7S
Marriages       ftS
Births    f,   175
Jesa'e Melnnls	
Sophie Mader   	
Ethel   Spat rs   	
Olive  Ryde   	
Jean  Walllnger   	
Mabel Stender  	
Vaughnn Hoy  	
Rita   McBurney   	
Tom   Marshall	
Kilith Johnson   	
.lane  Wolfe   	
Jim   Johnson   	
Margnrol   McDonald
Jim  Robson   	
Evelyn   Ward   	
Billy  Taylor   	
E.  Montpelller  	
Alleym- Walllnger   .
Louise Robertson   ..
l.oran  Jordan   	
Leonard  Parkin   —
Jack  Swan   	
Ragner Johnson  ...
Murray   Sinclair
SadlO Whitehead
pearl  Pritchard   ....
88.4
... S2.1
... 81.8
... S1.2
... SO.-I
... 79.0
... 7S,1
... 70.3
... 75.0
recovery were good, he passed pence
fully away on New Year's Eve at ab-!
out 8 p.m.. a victim of pKural pneumonia,  which  hit: system    was    too
weak to throw off.
The late Mr. Brown is survived by
his father, who resides with a sister,
Mrs. Whitney, at Colltngwood St.,
j Vancouver. Colin C. Brown is one
I of two brothers also residing at Vancouver, and an.'her brother. Jack.
j resides at Seattle.
I The funeral took place from the un-
I dertaklng parlors on Wednesday, previous to the departure ot tlie train
tor Vancouver, wliere tlie body was
shipped for interment Rev. E. W.
MacKay officiated at the brief service
held hi re.
Deceased was a familiar figure itijPn
the business life of the city, nnd will [1st
be much missed in the counsels of the'"
merchants  when  matters  relating  to
their Lntere&ta are brought up.      He
wiiB in his sixtieth  year and unmarried.
commlsslonershtp that automatic,
illy becomes vacant.
FOIt   CITY   HOCKEY
LEAGUE) 8 TEAMS IN
rink   will
INTERMEDIATE SCHEDILE
Tues.. Jan. 8 — Y. M. C. A. vs  Hish
OFFICERS APPOINTED
IN  AN MAI, MEETING
OF «.   IV.   V.
A.
employed.   Ho Imil been In tlie hop.-! School, Itol,
nilal fnr about two months where he!    Fri., Jan. 11
whs u sufferer (rom stomaeh trouble,
hemorrhage resulting in his death.
Funeral arrangements have not yet
Iieen made.
71.5
70.S
69.4
69.3
66.4
86.1
65.7
65.6
69.8
02.5
63.8
62.2
62.2
59.6
56.8
58.T
llr. and Mrs. J. H. Kinc arrived in
tho city in time last week-end to liass
a couple nt days or so greeting friends
nnd exchanging the seasonable complements. On Tuesday their ear was
attached to a freight for Pernie where
Dr. King had a sneakinc engagement
beforo returning to OttAW,, J. G.
Turgeon, provincial Liberal organizer, was also a visitor In tbe city with
llr. KinK.
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Cranbrook Amateur Athletic    1
Association
EAST KOOTENAY DISTRICT HOCKEY LEAGUE
Came will be played each WEDNESDAY NKIIIT at
8.15 sharp. Weather permitting, in
C. R. C. RINK
Coming events
Thursday evening, the 27th tilt., the
annual moetlag of the Great War
Veterans. Association was held in their
hall, when a large attendance of members and visitors were present. After
the rjading of the minutes of the last
general meeting, the meeting proceeded with the election of officers, the
following being chosen;
Hon. President   J. H. Walkley
Hon. Vice Pros Jack Taylor
Hon. 2nd Vice Pres   Dr. Green
President   H. B. Hicks
Vice Pres  Juh. Tumley
Vice Pres    W. s. Johnson
!    Executive:   Dan  Taylor,  Jon. Cardinal.
Following the meeting a banquet
was held at which nearly one hundred
comrades and visitors mot around
the festive hoard Among the visitors
present were Joe Walkley, Dr. Gre.n,
Jack Taylor. W. S. Santo, J. P. Fink.
Fred Scott, Mayor Cameron. X. HjUI-
ener. Win. Marshall and others. The
| visitors all gave short addresses.
The progrrni given was very entcr-
talntng and included the following
numbers; Mrs. P. w. Willis sang "A
Little Hit of Fluff." and was obliged
to respond with several encores, one
of which was "Are You Trom Dixie?"
Other contributors wero Jas. Seattle,
|Wm. Weill, Dan Taylor, and Wm.
I Johnson.
|    The   big   event   was  brought   to  a
l.osq about 12.30.
 , , ,
FIHi: DESTROYS MCE
JUNGAUnV HOME IN
THE WINDERMERE
(Special to the Herald)
lnvermere. B.C.. Jan. 3—A sad mls-l
fortune overtook Mr. and Mrs. P. M.!
Stnddnrt. when nn tlie morning of the
last day of the year their comfortable
farm bungalow with all its content*
were destroyed by fire. The fire
r'ed near the roof and there was
barely time allowed for the occupants
to escape with their clothing and a
little to spare. On emigrating from
Scotland Mr. Stoddart hrnught a great
many articles of value and Interest
With him, all nf which went up In the
blaze.
Don'i forget the big game lo be
played here next Wednesday between
tlie Kimberley Hockey team ami Cranbrook. This will be tlie third game
of the series, the second heing played
:it Kimberley on Sunday
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i
Klnkrats vs   Y   M
A.. 7.30 to 8.30.
Tues.. Jan.   15 •*--  High  School  vs
Rinkrats, 7 to 8.
Fri., Jan. 18 — Y. M ('. A vs. High
School, 7.30 to 8.30.
Tues.. Jan 22 — Rinkrats vs. Y. M
C. A.. 7 to 8.
Fri.,     Jan.  25 — High  School  vs.
Rinkrats. 7.30 to 8.30.
Tues., Jan. 29 — V. M C. A vs High
School. 7 to 8.
Fri. Feb. 1 — Rinkrats Tl  Y   M
A.. 7.30 to 8.30.
Tues. Feb.  5    —    High School  vs
Rinkrats. 7 to 8.
First and second teams to play off
two games, total goals to count
Last  named   team  home  team   and
must supply referree.
All games must start on time
The three teams are made up as follows:
Rinkrats       High School
Clapp Nlsbet
Logan Hill
Grady Selby
Gill Brogan
Bamford Taylor
Watson Campbell
| Blumenaeur     Genest
Barclay
respect   to  tlie
statu.
of the lumber
ndustry   In
be i"r
nhrook district.
This Informal
on  is
Included In the
annual report
for
1923  which Mr.
Moore  is  just
now e
impleting.
Tho mills O]
e rutin.
In the forestry
listrlct of ( rai
bin ok
as.1 year, aecor-
ling to Mr   M
..
eport, .numbar-
ed 26 out of .
The product
-»icge for the
127.567.40i1 feet.
Cord*   of
■opa, cord wood
and  pulp  woo
i  .  ..
    24.78?
Poles and p
Hag  .
.    788,486 feet
Hewn  ties
    1,007,114
making    m
\\   B   C<
nrerted total ia
board reel ol
173.633,881
This  is  an
ncri
'   of   aboul tern
million feet o
er it
Soar,   an   Inc
reus.-  whit h
a expo
ited to hold tor
Cranbrook its
. .i- the eecontt
largest  lumbi
Ing  district la
the province
1   • heen for *
number of >-
v..-.-. ouver dle-
trie! being i
.   ind cran-
brock and 1
rl district run-
nine tI
. 'id third pia-
COS,  with s it
srgin
il a few million
fort In ■ ■■ r
■     ■
ok.
Tha rail.
■ mi ■.
ifa< nirod  nister-
iai. BUCh l
etc. flora ; n
props, poise,
in Is,    for   ex-
port. w...
To 0   S   |
.   ally poles and
pliine
.....   $105,230.80
Prairie and
Canadian
points  .
  SeWi.m.eo
Preemi ion
-ted   tW
Acreac-   bi
under  culttvatlot
in past  :■ ear
  437 ae.
Value of i
Dts   ...   $7«.8M
Timber -al
. i rorincia! ienaa
reach a tota
for tl
■  year ol
22.979.8H H„
including th
a following:
Cords cordw
rOd,   pi
Ipwood.
    S.fM
Cords mine
    1,618
Cords ten "*>
.. :._
e-c   «M
Cords mine
lea .
   M
ftetofCed*
Poll
  39.001
\ Railway   lies
    129.770
I     During   th
year
a forest     reserre
area was created I iking in the unalienated iaads in the Yahk River watershed and thi Gold Creek watershed including land rn nd Baker
Mountain. Other lands aie being
examined which will also probably
be taken into the reserve in the
pprlne. these steps lieing taken la
the interests largely of the conservation of the water supplies originating in these districts.
An interesting analysis of the market for tiie lumber products of the
district shows thatt tho shipment* g»
McDonald out largely as follows:
Leigh To B.C. points   I per cent.
St. Elol To Prairie Provinces ... 44 per cent.
Pierce To Eastern Canada  4 3 percent.
Clark  To U. S. Points   50 perceot.
Y.M.C.A.
Woodman
Woo ley
Simpson
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Cranbrook
VERSUS
Kimberley
The game Is snappy. COME OUT and enrournRe Ihe promotion of good clean sport. Both tennm nre In good
condition and putting up a fine brand of Uoclcey.
BETTER ACCOMMODATION NOW IS PROVIDED
ADMISSION - Ani,ITS 50ts
Aumiaoii/iN  - < iiii,i,iu:\ uMer t(l ,.rs. 25«j
Tit' ,-vcnt*. noted uelow are those
for whtoh paifl advertising appears In
litis Issue, or for which printing work
has heen doll* In this offlce.
Mon,
18'
tr Tues., Jan. 7 & 8: "Bell Doy
comedy feature at tho S'nr.
Wert. & Thurs.. Jan. 8 A tl: "Tho Impossible MrB. Bellew." at the Star,
with Gloria Swanson.
Frl. & Sat., Jan. 11 and 12: Big Sou-
ble bill at the Star. Charlie Chaplin
in "The Pilgrim," and May McAvoy
In "Her Reputation."
Thurs.. Jan. 17: Civic elections Nominations Monday. Jan. II.
Frl. Jan. 18: Georgia Minstrels at the
Auditorium.
Friday ami Saturday, Feh, 1st & 2ml.
"Trial My Jury" at Iho Auditorium
OBITUARY
BI.0F BBH0BTR01I
Klof BOrgatrotn of Bull River died
ni Lite si. Eugene hospital on Wednesday evening, of peritonitis. The deceased hml resided nt Bull River but
u short time and had been In Canada
but one year, coming to this country
from Rwwlen. where ho was bom in
1S97. He had been employed as a tie
maker previous to his coming to tho
hospital. He has one brother. Advln.
•vtng in ihis country. The funeral
■ mk place on Friday.
WILLIAM THACKER
On Wednesday last th|}re paBsed
away ai the St Kugene hospital, Mr
William Thaeker, ono of the pioneers
nf tho Hast Kootenay district. Mr.
Thaeker, who was a native of Portage
de Forte, Quebec, en tne to this part
of Canada about twenty-five years
ago. He is survived by his mother
and sister in tho old home town. He
v.     ii ono time engaged with the
Review oi Session Just Bronght to Close
By N. A. WAMJNGER, M.L.AM   Member for (ranbrook
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Before reviewing the events of the'
past session, it may not be out of or-
dl r to touch on n subject that has
bean forced ou public notice by the
third party, and reiterated bo often
that many people have persuaded
themselves that there must he some
truth iii it. I refer to the statement,
or rather mlntatenenl that the leader
of the opposition is iu leiiRtie or collision with th*' Premier to prevent
my enquiry Into the maladministration of the Pacific Great Eastern Ry.
matters.
This statement is still being made
notwithstanding the continuous and
heavy pressure brought to bear upon
the Government for an Inquiry by the
whole Conservative party hacked up
strenuously by Mr. Bowser and cul-
niinntiiiK in th" disgraceful exhibition
< f tho last day of the session, wherein
a resolution for n Royal Commission
to enquire Into the nutter of the P.O.
E. whb deliberately killed in spite of
the efforts of Hio mover and i-^'onder
by a premedl a! id action which trans
gr ssert nil parliamentary procedure
and was the scmo nf discourtesy,
Ono can well underslsnd what an
Important plank tha facl of collusion
between tit" two nMer parti
a matter would be in tin
any Intervenlnc third party wmon wj
[attacking the poiieii
]
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of the two parties relieves tbe third |nul ",-wl  '■   ' Marrh  *■••«.
party of the difficulty ot preventing Jt>1«> 0IlTM ''•'<•<■-: Premier.
one party getting in and at the same During Mr ;'-'' tsrt premiership
time driving the other out. Ii is no tn,f noli'- appointed a committee u
wonder, therefore, that the third par-U° fnto ,!i,; Ini;": ' "»; P-0-E-, ta
ty are stressing this feature in Its order to confound ue CooservaUTS
campaign. government in general and Mr. Boweer
Now, what are the recti* relating to!ln particular, but tha' committee fount
nd'that  there  were  '•    aln   facta  which
the position of the Conservatives ■
the P.G.BJ  Originally Uie P.O.E, wus
to be built by contract under the McBride government, ibe contract being
Riven to Foley. Welch ft Stewart, a
more than reputable contracting firm
with iti.rii' um* credit behind thein, ami
a bond issue was arranged for. to pay
the cost.
Mr. Bowser became premier In December.  IM!"'. and in the last session
of 1S16, before the general election, a
bill   was  brought   down   to   loan   six
million  dollars  to  the   Pacific   Great
Eastern Railway on all the securities
llio railway company had. not only to
complete the railway but to operate
It Into Fort George,   The contractor*
at that  time claimed  lhat  with their
equipment   and  conditions    as    they
were,  the  line  could  have  been   put
Into Fort George easily by 1919 with
(his  loan.    This  claim  Is  upheld  by
n such {John Callahan, the chief engineer for
platform of  Foley. Welch A Stewnrt, who Is now
...iy which is Deputy Minister of Railways for the
and   ItatUI  ol | Province   of   Atht-ria,   and   his
But,
word
what happened?
ere. iRobinson & McKenzle Umber Co., OtlthO older established parties, and any carries weight
Thursday, Feb. 14, 1024: - Girls ot Cranbrook, with which firm ho WM evidence or such collusion would mt-     The general election of 191B alter
Christ Church. Valentine   Ten   and working in 11104, when he lost a Icg.li.rally form the strongest weapon lm[ed  all  arrangements
Panes.   Parish Hall. ■ Ot late ho hae net bssn permanently argument and atlack and the linkia*
bKUi rremter    Ib
Mr.  firewater
NtvemtST WU
would have to coi out implicating
certain memben ol ■<■ Liberal party
[or receiving cat ipi Ign funds frov
Foley. Welch <v Slewart prior to ths
general election ol ..;'•. and as a result the committee ceased rumlioninsi
jnd brought in a report that was
practically inocuous.
The Brewster government In lilt
refused to advance any more money
to Foley, Webb A Stewart, and ths
contractors quit work. Negotiations
were then entered into, whereby a
settlement was made with the contraiv
tors releasing them from their contracts lo indemnify the McBride government for tlie guarantee of twenty-
one million dollars wliich it had entered into with the company tn lilt.
and legislation was to be brought
down in the mis session to confine
the settlement. As Mr. Brewster
wanted to know how Mr. Ilowser stood
with regard to the terms of this
agreement he approached him and
obtained In answer the letter that Ur.
Oliver now maintains fully endorses
the settlement, It. of course does nothing oC the sort, it simply stales
(Cbatlnued on I'ugu Four) TAUE   TWO
THF,  (ItANMiOOK   HE RAMI
Friday, January lilt, ID2J
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Repairs
two full tickets aro oui in tha field for the hon-IB ■
its iii ihe (jiving nf iho ratepayers as mayor]
ami members of the city council. Whether
there is really room in civic matters for straight
tickets is a questiou, I'm1 it allows of tho intro-
I Auction of motives and personalities that would
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YOURS
FOR
SATISFACTION
THE
Raworth Bros.
NEXT TO TIIE POST  OFFICE
C.l'.lt. HATCH INSPECTOR
not lie possible if the candidates were not M
running collectively. If a ticket were brought j
mil to run on some distinct platform of civic is
undertakings, there might he justification for lt,i|
bul in r lie absence of this ground io distinguish!
any ticket, the election Is likely lo result injj*
Stirring up a good deal of unnecessary feeling.
In the strenuous work of lining up rival
tickets for the city council It should not be for-l j
•:• gotten, if there are any good men left over, that  0
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* lhero are three vacancies   lo   be   filled on tlio J
school board, whore common sense and acumen i
•:•
are also requisite.
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Che Cranbrook ijeralci
Dr. King's non-committal answer lo the j B
rumor that he may not bo a candidate in this I
| riding at the next federal election, will give I
rise to disquieting questions as to whether the'a
Easl Kootenay riding is to be sacrificed for the
sake of gratifying ambitions that the Coast en-j
tertains of getting a minister into a seat there, j
Published Every Friday
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I Pernio ovor the Home Bank debacle, and the re-
ull of the Cranbrook by-election, it is no iong-
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PRIDAY JANUARY Jlli, 1024
NOTES
Shop early!     Three hundred and fifty-four
days to Christmas.
Cranbrook always did lake its politics ser
iously, even to tlie point of overdoing it.     Still be
a week must pass before nomination day, and over afresh
New Year resolutions may be just made
for Ihe breaking, but no harm is done if there
is a retrospect of failings and shortcomings of
a year past. It amounts to open confession,
which is good for the soul, besides opening the
door to avenues of progress. The coming of a
new year seems essentially a time of retrospection, and with a reasonable amount of introspection continued throughout the year, it is
more than likely that expectations would become realizations. Make your new year resolutions, and when you break them, let every day
In.' beginning of another year to make them
TWENTY   YEARS  AGO
Extracts from lhe Cranbrook
Herald of this date. 1903.
THE OLD FfflWTE DOT
mazed  by iho Improvements wliich
it- made yeur nfter year.   Each yoar
l  would soem  that perfection were
j readied, but still the Family Herald
j would launch some now feature and
Old subscribers of the Family Her- make  Improvements hore and  there
ilii and Weekly    Slur   of   Montreal.' that always add to lhe value and at-
rs and grand fathers, mothers and traction of tlio paper.
..mothers, who liavo known and!   xhls year   the   publishers promise
fall;
read that reran
ty, forty and ov
■kable paper for thlr-   thai   th
a fifty years, still are> the  1-
who  wisely  subscribe  to
mlly Herald and Weekly Slar
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| FRIDAY, JAN. 18'
may depend upon vast Improvements
and greater value than ever before,
with severnl pleasant surprises thrwn
in. For example, It Is announced In
a recent Issue that a beautiful picture
of fa remarkably lovely woman, entitled "The Wonderful Heroine" will
bo Riven free to each now subscriber
and to each present subscriber who
renews iu time for another year. Such
value is amazing beyond words.
A sketch of "The Wonderful Heroine's life has heen published In pamphlet form and our readers may obtain
a copy free by sending a post card to
the Family Herald and Weekly Star,
Montreal.
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2on3 and
GEORGIA 3IHVSTRELS
TO APPEAR AWAI>
DJ CRANBROOK
The meat market business of M.
Melnnls has been transferred thla
weei*, to Uie Calgary t'aitle Company.
The proceeds of the boueilt smoking concert arranged for the benefit
of the hospital amounted to about a
hundred dollars. Tho affair took
place In the Wentworth Hall.
E, Paterson of the Fort Steele Mercantile Co., is spending the Christmas   and   New Year holiday   In the
The Scotsmen of (.'ranbrook will
celebrate Burns' night on January
25th, witli on appropriate supper.
The first: annual C. P, R. bull will
be held ou New Year's' Night, and Is
likely to bo a real big event.
For many yeara the country has
heen toured by the famous Georgia
-Minstrels, a company of colored performers, who have established a ell.
entele equal to none, and tho an
nduncement that this company will
bo at the Auditorium on Friday. January 18th, Insures a crowded house
ns this season they come with a
new show itli a few of the old favorites retained, but with a complete now
folio of firteen vaudeville acts, made
up Into a program that has plenty
"pep" and lots of comedy, The ward-
dollar, and the peculiar harmony ol
robe Is as bright and new as a silver
the singers Is always welcome, and
tho music la a distinct feature.
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The Sisters of St. Eugene Hospital
wish to extend their most sincere
thanks to nil their friends and benefactors who so generously remembered the Sisters and all tlio inmates of
the Hospital at Christmas and New
Year's. —Sister Superior
Mrs. Daniel McOinnis. of fWnrd-
ner, was brought to the Hospital seriously ill on Wednesday, from pneumonia.
It may be that Americans don't
elect officials honest or capable
enough to manage publicly owned monopolies. Dut they may do it some
day.
Hon. Dr. King, minister of public
works will he in Fernie for a collide
of days next week. During his stay
here he will be the guest of honor at
a banquet given by the Rotary Club.
—Fernie Free Press.
Stittmlny, January "»
NOTHING TO FEAR:—Thou son ol
man, be not afraid.—Ezekiel 2:0.
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Sunday January i!
THE  OMNISCIENT  GUIDE:—The
Steps of a good man are ordered liy
lbe Lord.—Psalm 37:23.
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Mmiilny, .Inuiiary 7
SING FOR  JOY:—Behold my servants  shall  sing  for joy  of   heart.—
Isaiah (16:14.
+ 4* +
Tucsrinr, January 8
POWER OF THE WORD:—For the
word of God Im imlck. and powerful,
Hid sharper than a iwo-edgfd sword,
piercing even to the dividing asunder
of soul and spirit, and of the Joints
and marrow, and ia a dfscerner of the
thoughts and intents of tho heart.~
Hebrews 4:12,
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H'vdnesdtiy, j.munry 9..
WHEN GREAT THINGS SHALL.
OCCUR: Then shall the lame mnn leap
h an hart, ami I lie tongue uf the dumb'
hall sing; fnr lu (be wilderness shall |
(raters break out and streams in tlio
!osert.~lHainh 35:6.
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Thursday, .Ininmry 10
AN  ION!) TO WORRY:—Be vnrefill
for nothing; but   In   everything   hy
prayer and BUpplicatldn with thanks-
glvlttg   let   your    requests   be    mad
nowu  unto God.    And tho peace of
God, Which passeth all understanding,
diall keep your hearts   and    minds
(trough, Christ Jesus.—   PhlllipplanK
4: (i,7.
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rrliluy, .luiiutiry II
HOW   TO   GET   ON:~AbIc   and   tt
shall  be given yon; seek, and ye shall
flnd.—Matthew 7:7.
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CAithe
BIG CHAPLIN FEATURE
"THE PILGRIM" AT THE
STAB NEXT WEEK
Charles Chaplin's first big feature
production since "The Kid" will be
tho attraction extraordinary on the
screen at the Star Theatre on Friday
and Saturday of next week.
lt Ib a four reeler entitled 'The Pilgrim," and presents Chaplin minus
his famous derby and cane.
Charlie has the role of a fugitive
fioui justice who appropriates a minister's raiment and, on donning it, is
not only pursued by an eloping couple
who dosiro to be married but I3 also
forced to tako charge of n chruch.
Starting with a close, up of a hand
ed lied convict, whom circumstances
have forced to take charge of a
church.
Thu whole embarrassing situation
makes him quite unhappy until he
meets the sympathetic eyo of The
Girl.
Then the plot thickens and the
pulse, quickens.
MOTHER-LOVE THEME
PIM.I.Y developed in
GLORIA SHANNON  KII..1I
A story of mother love, beaiilli'ully
developed, is said to be "The Impossible   Mrs.     liellew,"    a    new   Gloi'la
swunsou,  Paramount   picture,  which
will bo the feature al. the Slar theatre
Big Comedy Attraction with Charlie Chaplin, "THB PILGRIM," Coming to the Star next Friday and Saturday.
January 11 and 12.
for two day
hill offering a reward for an escaped ,   .
■onvict, Illustrated  by a  portrait of
Charlie  iu   prison   garb,   all  through
he series of thrilling, humorous and
even pathetic situations  in which he
finds himself, the interest Is said to be
sustained by ever mounting situations
which brings the story to a fine clim-
ix.      Chaplin's art attains heights of
ubtlety which he has ever excelled.
Here are some of the things which
Charlie Chaplin as "The Pilgrim"
learns a minister should not do:
Clap bis bauds after the choir sings
hymn.
Pull out a package of cigarettes in
tho pulpit.
Act ns a "spotter" for the gentlemen who take up the collection.
Bow to tlie congregation when he
finishes his sermon.
These are some of the thing:; that
The Pilgrim" does. Hut then he is
not n regular parson—merely an es-
beginning next Wednes-
"Tlie . Impossible Mrs. Bellow" is
the story of a wealthy young mother's
love for her little son and her reactions when the child is torn from her
by decree of a divorce court after an
evil light has been cast upon her really innocent part in a murder committed by her husband. Called "The
Impossible Bellow," shunned us a
pariah wherever she goes, the pathos
of her lovo for her son forms tho motivating force to a mother love story
decidedly different from the uaual—
and thoroughly modern.
"The Impossible Mrs. Bel lew" wns
adapted by P. rcy Heath from a story
by David Lisle. Sam Wood directed.
Included in the supporting cast are
Itobert Cain, Conrad Nagel, Richard
Wayne. Helen Dunbar, Juno Elvldge,
Herbert Standing and Claroce Burton, all members of the Paramount
Stock Company.
HIS "BELL BOY 13"
SHOWS POSSIBILITIES
OF NEW PICTURE TYPE
A new style tn the film production
school has been brought to tho screen
in  Thomas  11.  luco'e   lateel   comedy
farce.   "Boll   Hoy   13"   which   will   bo
shown al tho star Theatre on Monday
and Tuesday.
Stage forces like "Charlie's Aunt"
ami "The Prlvato Secretory" havo
boon shown yoar nfter year and won
bigger popularity with over) showing,
The novel Idea of ti magai no yarn
which told of tho 1 xpe ■;> .. 1 a ot n
bond BBlcemun who turned b it hoy
when his nut le dl Inherited him has
tiecn developed Into a side • splitting
farce thai promisee to bai h old-time
avorltoa ofr tlm boards.
Using one of the blggesi hotels In
San Francisco as ti "location" Ince
obtained some of the finest shots of
hotel life ever mtftlo ns well as realistic background for the side-splitting fun of ihe farce. A new twist
has been given to the story by telling
ii from the novel perspective of the
bellbGy. Unfamiliar regions of tho
hotel, such as tho vast kitchens with
their complicated machinery (or preparing rood are Introduced to the public when "No. 13" organises a strike
of cooks, chefs and all the hotel employees to get revenge when he is
fired for inefficiency.
Thrills have been added to Iho
laughs in a spectacular fire run for
i which iho entire fire department of
1 i.os Angilos was turned out.
; As tho young bond salesman who
does the lightning quick Hange
"Prom Mllll uialre to Bell Boy," Mac-
:   an hai   put over  1 skilful charac-
■  i ■: tl ,     nt fail to win him
' popularity. His comedy "stuff" as
' the love-lorn "Henry Klrod." whose
\t\ nele refuses to sanction his marriage
to the girl of his heart because nho ls
an actress and who turns bell hop to
prove that he can earn a living Is as
[funny ns it. is original.
1 [ncrensed Wheal Exports ( Canada
exported nearly nine million bushels
j of wheat In November, 1B23, more
than during tho same month last year.
Figures received by Uie Canadian National Railways show exports of Can-
Indian wheat totalling 64,100,908 bushels valued nt $H2,147,1)03 in November
1922. For Ootobor, Vj2?-. exports of
j wheal totalled only 29,070.517 bushels
valued at $29,628,780. Tho total quantity of wheat exported during tho 12
I months ending with November 30th
last was 226,106,326 bushels, valued at
$250 205,601, as compared with 203,-
162,820 bushels, vnlned at $237,290,873'
'for a similar period of 1922.
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Douglas MacLean in "BELLBOY 13"
In 11 merry hotel mlxup with a thousand rooma and a thousand laughs,   More laniilia
than a noil Boy has hutton. Coinoily "MONKKYINU ABOUND"
WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY,
GLORIA SWANSON in "The Impossible Mrs. Bellew''
Here is glorious Gloria at her resplendent best. As a mother whom slanderous
tongues have robbed of her child and happiness, she woe never so poignantly appealing, Ah tha gay during leader of Monte Curio society, ihe was never so lavishly
gowned,   Conrad Nagel, Juno Elvldge and Robert Cain in ihe brilliant supporting coaL
Comedy "SPEED HCOS"
FRIDAY and  SATURDAY,
The Largest Laugh that's struck   Tho Star in many a month.
CHARLES CHAPLIN
in his ray  latesl   feature-"THE  KID'S only rlvol   "The   PllgfUTI
Tloi laucli or a llfetlmo—tor evoryhiidy. Not Just n comedy, but n classic. Do you
thlnii anyone Inn. Chaplin could play thin—an escaped convict taking it parson's
Hollies, n, parson'* Job—and still tap the whole world happy? A full Pour Reels—
tour reels you'll revel In.
EXTRA ADDED SI'KCIAl, ATTRACTION "IIKII HKIMTATIOX"
Featuring MAY McAVOV
Scandal— sensationalism— and a (treat love! Thomas H. luce hns woven thorn Into the
mosl unusual story or the scrocn season In "Her  Reputation"—the  throbbing, human
story or a great tragedy and a great romance wliich lies hack of a first page newspaper scandal.
nniiMi.
Friday and Saturday, January 18 and 19, "(Kill SATE
HIE HIMI," featuring JACKIE COOGAIt nud nn afl'-stur Cast
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TO Ol'ii PATRONS
A Nil FRIENDS
That your cup of cheerful-'
nesa in the Now Year may
bo filled it, overflowing;
and thai it may be the
nost prosperous you have
ever had is , tho sincere
wish of
PREMIER MIXE PAYS
RACK ORIGINAL VALUE
OF SHARE CAPITAL
Latest   Dividend    Will   Bring
Returns Disbursed I'p To
Five Millions
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With Lhe payment of another 8 per
cent dividend in January, the Premier
mine will have produced dividends li:
a little more than two years of five
million dollars, wliich is the equal oi
tlie par value of lis share capital.
Tho last dividend for this year will
be declared at a meeting in New Vork
on January :t according io reports.
Tho plans for tlie development of
iho mine for the coming year also will
be outlined and it is the intention to
enlarge the equfpmeul and expand development. Tho result is expected to
be largely increased and, if tho m
values continue as In the last tw
years, u would not surprise anyot
IE tho dividend from this "cave i
wealth" exceed tho preoent record in
a comparatively short time.
The first Premier dividend of 8 per
out. or $400,000. wns declared December 31, 1921. and regularly every
Ihroo months thereafter a dividend
has been paid. Tho largest, $800,000
was paid June 30, 1D22. The total
dividends paid In 1922 wero two million, eight hundred thousand dollars.
The payments for 1923 will reach only
51,600.000. This year, however, it is
understood that a large fund was sot
aside for expansion operations.
Ownership of tho Premier Is In
the hands of but a few men—The Guggenheim, Keith and Untermeyer interests of New York owning control, and i
R. W. Wood, A. R Trltes. W. R. WI1-*
son, of Pernie and R. K. Nelll of Spokane, with odd small shareholders
owning the balance.
Woods, Trltes and Wilson, the B.(
owners, are putting a largo share of
their money back Into the mine, and
are backing several other mining un
dertakings.
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PETER'S CRANBROOK
BRIBE BIB NOT LONG
REMAIN HIS WIFE
(Prom the Vancouver World)
Peter Koplsevftch of Yahk, B.C..
doesn't know a great deal about matrimony, but admits that what he dors
know gives tho He to any suggestion
or marital blessedness. Peter's headlong flight into tho class of benedicts
ended abruptly wh<*n he was loft
"waiting nt the church" after the marriage ceremony.
Nearly a year passed and Peter decided that his ardor had been BUfitcl-
it few railroad work-
v  consider    may    be
In their subtle plan
of  administering  ilie
affairs of the City of Cranbrook. They
never made a bigger mistake.   Tho
Rotary Club, under disguise,   is  running it ticket and dictating to the ratepayers of Crnnbrook city as to which
candidates thoy should voto for.   To
permit this, iho railroadmen would lie
the mere tools of tho Rotary Club.
On tlio other side of the International boundary, where the Rotary Club
has reached considerable dimensions,
it is recognized amongst (ho workers
as the sworn enemy of organized labor. Ample proof of this may be bad
from our own labor paper and union
magazines.
Why all tliis intrigue and secret
plotting behind tbo closed doors of a
distinctly exclusive organization?
The Itoiary movement, as wo see it
In Cranbrook. is typified as being nothing less than a chain of class interest aud greed.
As au organization let me remind
ft that It has no license to poke
nose Into our municipal affairs and
stampede a ticket upon tho Independent judgment of the citizens of Cranbrook.
This judgment as to who shall be
the representatives of the city In 1021
is
"Bayer Cross"
on package or on tablets yon are not
getting the gem;Ino Bayer Aspirin
proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians over twenty-three
years for
tho priceless possession of every
free thinking person.
What docs ail this mean? It moans
that at al 1 costs, this organ iza-
tlon Is determined to run this
city of Crnnbrook to suit its own peculiarly self hli business Interests.
No attack is being directed against
any ono member of the Cranbrook
Rotary   Club  but   more   particularly
.against the agltattors who are making
ontly cooled to allow him to seek the | thcm80lvM ^ mmm   o.   amgg,nB
their comrades into general disrepute.
Is What They All Say About   |
FRAME'S
BREAD- PIES —CAKE I
I
and PASTRY %
Colds   •
Toothache
Neuritis
Neuralgia
Accept  "Bay
>uly.    Each  u
I ni:
: pro
piioxe 87
AND  WE  WILL  CAld.
The Home Bakery
NOKIUUY AVE
twelve t»l>le!s cosl a few cents, drug-
gists also sell botlos of 24 and 100.
Aspirin is the trade mark (registered
in Canada) of Bayer Manufacture of
t-tonoAcettcactdGster   of   Salycilicacld.
J|Whllo it is well known that Aspirin
r I means  Bayer Man'ifacture, to assist
? lhe publh
$ I blots   of
security of bachelorhood onco more,
go in a petition filed in the supreme
court. Wednesday he asked to he set
free.
In his petition, Kopisevltch declares
thnt he married Rosie Chopek at Cranbrook. on February 3rd. last    Everything was lovely until Rosie left the
church unattended by the bridegroom.
Since that time Poter has failed to
wield    the    same    Influence   wliich
brought  Rosie to the altar,    in his
package con-1 Plaint he charges an u .known "Lotha-
Baady boxes I r*°" °' Cranbrook with having been;
esponsiblo   for   Rosie's   sudden
rumatic change of front. ,
Headache
Lumbago
Rheumatism
Pain. Pain
Mots of Aspirin"
and
The Fernio government liquor store
did  a business  of 0T6JP  $4600 on  the
Monday    preceding    Christmas    and
$:'0nn  on  Saturday.    This  does   not
jnitatlons, ihe To-1 took very wiso on the part of the peo-
mpony   will    be j pie of Fernie, but it does not look like
millt]|||]|||l|lllt)llillllllllll]||||illihi;(]|iiiiiiil,iil<i:iilllllll|[]||it;iiin
ANNOUNCEMENT I
C. Joe Bros.
LADIES' * GENT'S TAII.01IS |
Hor to announce to titcir |
many former lady |tntrons that I]
they art, again making a spec- jt
laity of
LADIES' TAILORING
Vour Patronage is Invited     |
(icnllcnit'ir* Suits
Mndo 'I'n Onlcr h
g
The Very Latest Styles
i   CloBViIng & Proagtug   i |
C. JOE BROS. I
OT .NBROOK STKUKT
OppOfl  i    Hunk   of   Commerce    N
P.O. Box Ml
ii
IIIUMIII1.),. ,JI
b tamped
mark, the
tholr     general   trade | hard   times   either   the   Fornle   Free
Bayer
The old reliable remedy for rtiei. ■
utatlsm* neuralgia, .sore throat ami
Best liniment Made
hi IN DRYjBDMOMTOtf,WrltM ::—
a lmii'iiui: mul received whnl
tlie diM-tor culled n very
1' .ill [liaiiuil iiukK  nnd
lo! iu.f*riiinstii(it-.v:,!k
on Itftrtl weeks, i
■mt   MINU'.D'M   I.lNt-
Mlf.NT.i.»..i.!-.lxc1.iy*l
wns out to work ni;iiin.
' think it Uie beat x,iiil*
ment jimik-,"
Mi nurd's Liniment
iihvuj:. i;ivi h smls-
factlon. For uny
■the or pain. It
given Instunl relief.
New Shipment of
Flour and Feed
Ogllvle'a "ROYAL HOUSEHOLD" FLOUR
081b.
491b.
3.75
$1.90
PEED WHEAT, per sack. $1.80
PEED DATS,  per Inn   	
per Ion,
$30.00
$31.00
IVK CABBY1 A ITLI, LINE OF FEEDS —
Miiiard's liniment I
Co., Limited
Yarmouth,   • -   N.S.
EDO M VSIl   per sack $3.25
OYSTER SHELL, por sack $2.50  J
Cranbrook District
Co^Operativc Society J
—   MAKE IT YOUB STORE 11V IIUY1NG SHAKES
Bruce Robinson
Tcaoher of Mnnlp
STUDIO I BAKER ST, CHAM1HOOK
Phone 2!)5 P.O. Box   762
Hoai^saiys a^GHEsrflA-DAWGES arranged fob
SbROOK CARTAGE & TRANSFER CO.
Towrlss & Adams
Agents for Hard and Soft, Coal.     Distribution Cars a
Specialty.   Excellent Warehousing.
SAND and GRAVEL
People of Ci'iinliroolt! Are wo going to stand for this soitt of work?
Art- we going io live the rest of our
lives in Cninlirook under the domination and nl fiie dictation of a clique"
Remember thai these Rotarians who
nre seeking to be elected *to offlce are
ex-members of Ye Olde Firme of
SQUANDERMANIA fi Co.. mid nre
guilty before the bar of public opinion, of recklessly spending the rate-
payers' money while In ofllce and slandering those who in last year's council conscientiously strove to abolish
such spending.
Let there ho no mistake, from our
point of view! Everybody get out
and vote to prevent their handling our
I affairs in this way again and at the
same time we shall keep them  inuz-
| zled.   If we nre to be licked, we will
I go down with honor, at least, in
fighting agalmtt those who place privilege and class before the inherent
rights of the common people. i
Why is it thnt Alderman Balment
and myself are being singled out for
dostruotton? The answer is—because
we dug down ami investigated civic
affairs at the fountain bead. If the
former oITicals and mployees of the
city wese honcut men. conscientiously
doing their best as tliey understood it
where was the need for them to fly
away in despair from .their cosy nests.
Finally; will Alderman tljameron,
one whom we have always supported
'and trusted, answer this question?
"Do you consider that you ure playing tbo game with your fellow workers and comrades, now tholt you have
committed yourself nnd consented to
ibo n party to the cunning machinations of tho Rettery Club?'
Where    your sympathy    lies, will
'naturally be tnken for grnntcd.
; Yours for clean and honest administration of Civic Government.
THOMAS It. BRONSDON
PERNIE HAS SENIOR
HOCKEY Tl.A.M IX LINE
FOR ALLEN CUP
Will Meet Winner of KImherley
-Cranbrook Series For
District ('liuiiipionshiji
(Fernio Froo Press)
For the first time in many years
Fernie is to liavo a senior hockey
team, which will be kept apart from
the City League and will be trained
against an all-star aggregation picked from tho City league teams.
Tbe senior team will bo entered iu
Lhe British Columbia Allen Cup playoff nnd tbo ruling of the H.C.A.HA
Is that the Fernie seniors will play
tho winners of thu (ranbiook-Klm-
berley league early In February, for
the East Kootenay Championship, The
winners of this title will travel to
Nelson and play the winners of the
West Kootenay League, tho final of
the B.C. Championship lo be played
at the coast.
Our neighbors to the west of us,
apparently having In mind what happened to them when thoy met the
Pernio seniors here last season, are
using every endeavor to force the
East Kootenay play-off between the
winners of the Cninbrook-Klniberley
League againsl lhe winners of the
Fernie City League. What would they
say If the winners of their City Lea-
be tbo challengers for the East
Kootenay Championship,
Pernie Hockey Club Is affiliated
with tbo H. C. Amateur Hockey Association and positively will not budge
on inch from tbo ruling laid down by
that association regarding tho playoff.
OPPOSITE C.P.R. DEPOT
Tele phone (Ul
CKANBROOK, D.C,
I'.O. Boi 110
TOO MANY TKAIX
STOPS ON K. ('. LINE
AUTHORESS HAS CURE
Pucklets
RT WHATCHAMA COLUMN
Till:  ITI'PY
I3y Jimmie Jones
A puppy sat upon lbe Ice.
Twas cold as cold could be,
Then up he Jumped and walked away
"My tale Is told" said ho.
DR. KINO SON-COMMIT-
"AI, AS TO  WHERE HE
MAY  RUN, NEXT ELECT'S
ver World!
for the iuter-
Dr   King,   federal
works,  expressed
not been able to
the coast, but he
■ covi        loi of ground and
■ ■ un    public   works
a - well as the
v dopmenL
hod ii i further onnouuee-
-■ departmental un-
1924.   Neither
to say In
'   r iport  which
I      days ago in
.. ni  "i  ihe gov-
■ country,  New
ile him to run
there,  wus  drawn  to  Dr   King's at-
not had such an In-
but I cannot help
but feel nted at  the  sug-
gostlon for i think s great deal of
N.'v Wet :' r However, as everybody knows, the people of East
Kootenai ■       rory good to me."
Hun. John Oliver, the premier, was
in consultation with Dr. King for a
considerable time but tha minister
bad nothing to    ly regarding this.
..Francis Keiiinrki
eggs.   Von can't gi
: You p:
t fresh.
y t;o<* for
Iferl L'encock Sayst The trouble with
frying sausages like you fry fish, is
after ynu got the darned things cleaned there isn't much left of Ihem
• •    •    •
The Automobile "D" is a good skate
but. a cheapskate is a guy who sneaks
Into the rink without paying.
• #   •   •
Questions und Answers
Hear Editor: Was Philip the Great
a Janitor?—Jannette.
Afft:   Yes.   Janette.   we  think   that
Fill-up the grate was a janitor.
*>    •    *    m
'•Busier" Huffmnii Snysi The dftfer-
ice between a real city and Ross-
Innd is that there isn't any
• •    •    •
Famous Last Word-*:  You're a better man than me, Gordon Gin,
Eneas Hogarth Says: That
clerking is like poor music tt
feres with your dancing.
night
(From Sunday Supplement, Calgary
Herald)
Isabel Ecclestone MacKay, well-
known Canadian authoress, was one
of n party travelling to Lake Windermere, K.C. in August of last year, to
attend the David Thompson Memorial
elehratlon. As the railway from Gol-
len south to Windermere is only a
branch line, the train made frequent
Stops—in fact, so frequent as to bo
irritating. At length the train halted
at a station called Briscoe.
'Too bad It Isn't a Briscoe car instead of a station." said someone. "We
might get thero some time."
Better still If it were Crisco," said
Miss MacKay. referring to a commodity well known to housewives. "It
might shorten the journey."
MINING MEN MEET IN
VANCOUVER IN FEB'RYj
ANNUAL GATHERING
The nexl annual meeting of tlio
Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy will be held in Vancouver,
February 13-15. It is proposed at
this meeting to devote attention to
the consideration of questions and
iroblems of Immediate and general
interest nffecting the milling industry. A program with this end in view
■< now being prepared. Four sublets have been selected, and will be
i-alt with in n series of papers cov-
ilng different phases. Some of the
uhjects selected are:
Possibilities of iron and steel production in British Columbia.
Associations of minerals ami problems of treatment in Drftlsh Colum-
blt.
Favorable nnd unfavorable conditions as affecting mining in British
Columbia.
.Moment* of Anger: Having some
bud call you out of bed at 3 a.m.,
wanting to know who won. You inform him, a draw .1-3 and he asks in
whose favor.
number of  lives
has   nothing   on
Russian  dictator,
the obituary
ig  of Abbys-
KEVELSTOKE DISTRICT
MAY SEE NEW ERA OF
MINING DEVELOPMENT
May   Lead   Tn   Completion   of
Road EInk From (Jolilwi
to Revelstoke
Thnt the rapid development of tlie
mining district north and south of
Revelsioke will soon moan the establishment of a good motor road between Golden and Revelstoke, and
thus connect Calgary and Vancouver
with a good highway. Is the prediction
of O. T. Bibb, who was recently in
Calgary.
Mr. Bibb has been interested in mining in British Columbia for many
years and brought a splendid display
of ores from near Revelstoke to Calgary. Silver, lead and zinc oris are
found in practically all sections of the
district to the south of Revelstoke.
extending some distance past the head
of the Arrowhead lakes and north
through the territory known as the
Big Bend of the Columbia, river.
Extensive holdings have been taken
in this area recently by t'nited States
interests and much activity is expected in that locality during lhe coming
year.
"The demand for lead ore exceeds
the supply." according to Mr. Bibb,
"and It is this condition which is
hastening the development of the Revelstoke district, it is practically
certain lhat tlie Canadian Pacific railway will electrify a portion of Its
road north of Golden, and plans are
already under discussion for the construction of a motor highway between
Rev Istoke and Golden, which at pres-
em is practically impassable for auto,
mobiles.    With    the    development  of
On Thursday last, tho thirteen-year
old son of O. A. Abbey, of Newgate,
met with a tei-riMo accident which
cost him his life. The young lad was
playing around his father's saw mill biddings taken up by mining interests
and In some way fell up against a in tbe district we confidently expert
circular saw. The saw caught his
leg at the knee nnd cut right through.
Tho Injured lad was rushed to Knre-
ka but nothing could be done for him
there nnd lie wn- taken on to Spokane. Tho leg was amputatod just
above the knee, bin gangrene having
iipt In, it was nocessary to amputate
again, higher up. Th" boy died while
under the second operation. Tho
body wus brought home on Monday,
UtO funeral taking place nt tho Root*
vllln cemelery- Fern n Free Press.
Prlvntn capacity and monopoly Ir a
greater meiinco to national prosperity
nnd nunlty than government ownership.
thut the highway will be found it
COSslty and this would connect Golden
nnd Revelstoke, at the same time com
pletlng tlm missing link between
Calgary and Vancouver."
"American capita! Is rapidly taking
up the claims in the district surround1
ing Revelstoke." slates Mr. Bibb,
"and tin1 prospects for development
of the mineral resources of this section never appeared brighter to me."
Mr. Bibb states that tlte first placer
gold was taken from the district hy
miners In the year IStlfi m g point
about 70 miles north of Revelstoke,
and thnt there nre now found gold
quarts ore aa well un some placer
gtfld lu th« Big Bend country.
;; Wishing our many
'! Patrons and Friends
:   A VERY HAPPY
:; AND PROSPEROUS
I; NEW YEAR
!! A iVew Year Resolution:
SAY   IT   Vain   CANDY
;' in 1924
THE ♦
PATRICIA   I
I
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JOHN GARD
PAINTER &
PAPERHANGER
Full Line ol  Wall Piper
In  Stock.
Store, Jliiuson Avenue
Phone 4M at all hoar*
CBAXBBOOB    •    •    .    EC.
CRANBROOK CLEANERS
AND DYERS
Every Garment ac-nt lo is, to o.
Cleaner! or Dye<] Is tfT«
Our UtmoBt Car*.
Our ImDwle'lsj ot Ibe builnwi
la your ats'iranco of satisfaction
hare..   Phone, and we will call,
or hrli.g us your work.
Wc Clean and Dy* Everything.
PHOfJB  157
Child's   Best   Laxative  is
"California   Fig  Syrup"
Hurry Mother! Even a bilious, constipated, feverish child loves ths
pleasant taste ot "California Fig
.Syrup" and It never falls to open ths
bowels, a toaspoontal today may
proronl a nick child tomorrow.
Ask your driiKi;ii.t- for gsnulnt
"California FVa Syrup" which has fli-
rootlotlfl for biiliie:*. nnd children of ill
agoi printed on bottle, Mother) Tou
must say "California" or you may g<*
an imitation tu; ttyrup. PAGE   Ft)UK
TUB   CRANBROOK   II! 1ULB
Friday, .Inmuiry lth, l!>24
metbodist Cburcb
Itl'.V.
II. C. FBEEMAK,
Pastor
SUNDAY, JANUARY 6th 1924
■'It is 11 rule I luivo ions followed, lo tell my worst (thoughts tu
my minister, and my best thoughts to tlie young neoplo I talk whth,"
—Oliver Wendell Holmes.
Ll it.in.      "Our Unfailing God" Junior Choir
12.15 Sunday School and Adult Bible Class
7.30 p.m. "Shall We Have The Beer Saloon Back Again"
Senior choir
A CORDIAL WELCOME TO ALL
PROFESSIONAL CAKDS
l)rs. Green & .MacKinnon
Physicians anil Suruoons
Olllce at  resilience, Armstrong
Avenuo
OFFICE  HOURS
Afternoons   2-00 to ».oo
Evenings   7-30 to 8.30
Sundays   2.00 to 4.00
CRANBROOK, B.C.
IIB. F. II. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE HOURS
9 to 11 am.     1 to S p.m.
Hunsou Blk., CRANBIIOOK, B.C.
F. M. M A C P 11 E 11 g 0 S
Undertaker
i'hone 8.10
Norbury Ave., neit to (Ity ilsll
LODGES AND SOCIETIES
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meets In the
K. (if 1'. Hull
afternoon of ths
Drst Tuesday at
a p.m.
AU ladles us
cordially Invited
ff,   ff,   Wolfer
Mrs.   Flulnyson
rresldent:   Mrs.
SeoTreattrori
I. O. O. F,
KEY CITY: LODGE, No. it
Meets every
.Monday night at
The Auditorium
Sojourning Odd Fellows are cordially Invited.
N. Q.      -      -     R. L. Burtch
Rec. Sec.   K. C. Dlngley, P.O. j
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* *
| — Ths *
Knights of Columbus 1
will meet In the j;
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
HALL
EVERY. THIRD SUNDAY,
nt 9 pjn.
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Baptist Cijurct)
PASTOR  W.  T.  TAPSCOTT
SIMIAV. .IAN. Oth
11 a.m.
••Tin:
Morning Service
SEARCH   AFTER
GOD"
12 noon Sunduy School
Classes For All Ages
T.:!u   livening  Service
•Are IVc Victims ol Fate,
ir   May   We   Decide  Our
On ii Destiny?"
"CASCABETS" 10c
BEST LAXATIVE
FOIt BOWELS
"Thoy Work While You Sleep."
It you fool sick, dizzy, upset, If
nr head is dull or aching, or your
stomach Is sour or gassy, just tako
one or iwo pleaeant "Cascarets" to
rellove constipation or biliousness.
No grilling—nicest catliartlc-luxatlve
ou earth tor Men, Women and Children. 10c lioxes, also 25c and 50c
sizes—any drug store.
mmiii:]iiiii!iiiiH[]iiiiiiiiiiii[]i[iiiiii:iii[]iiiiiii!iiiiuiiiiiiiiiiioiiuM
j Brick for Sale j
|  Why Pay irom $i:».IH, to W5.00 |
p             per M for nrick,
|  when yuu ran get just as good |
g  manufactured iii your own city |
|  from (12.00 to $17.1)0 per M at 1
I   tlio Mini    No matter what your =
5  ri'^iironifnt to, whether for veu- |
I  cer, solid wall,   fire yluce   or |
chimney — we can supply you. |
COLUMBIA BRICK CO., |
=  Box T'Jti         Mi'rs.    rrmiiiroiik,
MNBIISKCuILlGE
LEARN   TO   E A It S
Individual Tuition
Commence Any Tlmo
Day nud Sight Classes
Completo, Practlcfl commercial
Course In Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping, Spelling,
Commercial English, Commercial Law, Penmanship, Rapid
Calculation, Piling and General
Office Procedure.
Fur Particulars:
Apply P.O. Boi 14, Nelson, B.C.
West
is
West
Between ea.st and west there
i* nb coiiniari8r,.n of dallying
conditions. In ".British CoUim-
bia thoy aro ideal. In tlio Bast
—well, overyune knows -what
that Ih like.
The only milk put up in our
province is Paciltc Milk, ttus
highest niuility canned milk it
Is possible lo obtuin. Each can
contains 4:i per cent, cream, or
io say il in another way, almost
half of each can of Pacific is
pure, fresh cream.
iiiuii!ii!iiiii:.iiii'iiiiiinuiii!iiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiniiuiiiiiiiitiiiiiii!iiinc'
iPacific Milk Co., Ltd.
Cniirji'l CotU?,e Hospital
(Licensed hy Pro*. Govt)
Uuternlly aad Uoneral Nursing
Terms Moderat*
HUS. A. CrUWEOltll, Metro*.
Garden Avenue     -  Phone 259
Iliad   llilice,   Vancouver,  ll.C.
factories at Abliotsiord and I.adncr.
L. D. Cafe
(Ltttle Duvenport)
When you wish something good
to sat go to tbe "L.D.*
0111    PRICES    ARE    RIGHT
Kwong  Chong
LAUNDRY
11 Armstrong Avenue
Opposite W. D. Hill's
first  ci&sh  Work Quaranteed.
KAM)  KEG1STKY ACT
(Section ICO)
IN THK MATTER of Sublet 31
of I.ut l.,.)-J, (.roup 1, containing
l.vt ;i-Hiii jkti's moro or less*
nml Pari (1.1(1 ...t.llli, acres) of
Lot ii HU, G roup 1, Kootenny
District;
AMENDMENTS TO TRAPPING REGULATIONS
ARE INTRODUCED
The time for more drastic trapping
regulations has come, according to
Attorney-General Manson. who introduced amendments into the house at
tho recent assembly, designed lo
tighten up the rules for the use of
traps ami the practice of trapping.
Investigation by the Gamo Conservation Board under chairman Jackson
last summer showed that such inroads
had been made on tho numbers of
fur-hearing animate In the province
Lhat ihey were threatening to become
extinct.
Under the proposed amendments to
the Game Act. no allenB, except bona-
fldo farmers will he allowed to trap.
All trap lines will linve to tie registered and the trapper will be placed
In tbi! position of a game conservation Official- He will have to observe
the law strictly and In return will he
proteototl from other trappors.
ii will !»• Illegal for anyone to have
unprime pelts of any fur-bearing animal in his possession. Minimum lire-
arms license for aliens will be $10
Instead of $2.50 as at. present. Big
game hunters will have to be accompanied by guides. All guides will be
licensed and will have to prove themselves thoroughly acquainted with tbe
giiine regulations before being given
tickets. This is aimed at the prevention of tlie reckless slaughter of game.
All pump guns will have to he permanently plugged.
Indians will he ullowed lo shoot
male deer over one year for food purposes. At present tliey are allowed to
shoot both bucks and dues for that
purpose.
CORPORATION OE THE CITY
OE CRANBROOK
MUNICIPAL ELECTION
hat Mr. Bowser
i passive sian.l,
disapproving ai
could tako full
PUBLIC NOTICE Is hereby given to
the Electors of the Municipality of the
Corporation of the City of Cranbrook.
that I require the presence of the said
Kltctors at tbo Municipal Office of the
Corporation of tlie City of Cranbrook
Norbury Avenue, Cranbrook, B. C, nx
1 p.m. (local lime) on the 14th day of
January, 1924; for the purpose of
electing persons to represent them in
the Municipal Council, as Mayor and
Aldermen, and for the purpose of electing persons to represent them as Po
lies Commissioner and School Trustees.
The mode of nomination of Candidates shall be as  follows;
The Candidates shall he nominated
in writing; the writing shall be subscribed by two voters of the Municipality os ,proposer and seconder, and
shall be delivered to the returning officer at any time between the date of
the Notice and 3.(10 p. m. (local time)
of tbe day of the nomination; the
said writing may be iu tbe form numbered. 5 in the schedule of the Munici
pal Elections Act, ond shall »lato the
name, residence, and occupation or
description of each psrson proposed,
In such manner as sufficiently to Identify such candidate; and fn the event,
of a poll being necessary, puch poll
will he opened on the 17th day of Jnn
uary, 19..4, at the Municipal Building.
Norbury Avenue, Cranbrook, B. C,
between the hours of 10.00 a.m. (local
time) until 8.00 p.m. (local time,) of
which every person is hereby required to take notice ond govern himself
accordingly.
The qualification by law required to
bo possessed by the candidates for tlie
olllce or offices mentioned above are
as follows:
FOR MAYOR, the person qualified
to be nominated for and elected os the
Mayor of any City shall be any person
who is a British subject of the full
age of twenty-one years and not disqualified under any law, and has fori
the six months next preceding the I
day of nomination being the registered
owner, in the Land Registry Office, I
of Land or Heal Property In tlie City
of tho assessed value, on tlie last Mu-
nlctpal Assessment Roll, of One thousand ($1,000.00) dollars or more over1
and above any registered Judgment
or Chargo, and who is otherwise duly,
qualified as a Municipal Voter.
FOR ALDERMAN, tho person qualified to he nominated for and elected j
as tbe Aldermen of any City shall be
any person who is a British subject i
of the full ago of twenty-one years
and not disqualified under any law.;
and has for tho six months next pre-:
ceding the day of nomination being j
the registered ownor, in tiie Land
Registry Office, of Land or Real Prop- \
erty in the City ito the assessed value.
the last Municipal Assessment j
Roll, of Fivo Hundred ($500.00) dol-1
lars or more over and above any reg- i
istf. red Judgment or ('barge, and wlio i
is otherwise duly qualified as a Mu-:
nlclpal Voter.
FOR POLICE COMMISSIONER, lhe!
person qualified to bo nominated for'
and elected ns the Police Commission*
er of any City shall lie any person'
who is a British subject of the full
age of twenty-ono years and not Ms-
qualified under any law, and bus for
tiie six months next preceding the day .
of nomination being Uo registered ■
owner, in the Land Registry Office, of]
Land or Real Property In the Cily to
the assessed value, ou Uie last Municipal Assessment Roll, of Five hundred ($50000) dollars or more over
and above any registered Judgment or
charge, and who ls   othorwlso   duly
REVIEW OE SESSION
JUST BROUGHT TO CLOSE
(Continued from Page One)
kuI decided to take
either approving or
i l lie government
■ -ponsibiilty of this
as well as any other piece of public
husiness.
The letter as a matter of fact, was
naturally n private and confidential
mo and durig Mr Brewster's lifetime
it was ao held, but noi ao, later on
when ii was used in all attempt to
throw pan of the blame for such
agreement on Mr. Bowser This letter
was signed in January 1918 and the
agreement between tlie Oliver govern
ment and the Northern Cost ruction
Co,, wus entered into iu April 1818, so
it is utterly Impossible to allocate
any of the blame of the settlement
to Mr. Ilowser.
Ai. ihe 1020 election the Conservatives Improved their position some-
what, and as Ihey were very dissatisfied with tho way the agreement Willi
iho P.G.13. ami the Northern Construction Co. was being carried out,
they proposed to investigate, aud to
ihis end Mr Esling, member for Ross
land, was nominated by tlio parly to
devote bis time and attention to this
work and all he has done has been
passed upon and approved liy the
whole party and he has had at all
times lhe complete confidence and
ondorsatlon or Mr. Bowser as well ns
tlio other Conservative members and
in no way lias Mr. Bowser failed nt
any time to endorse In full lbe policy
followed, viz: to bring to light the
devious methods of maladministration
assctciated with lbe dealings between
the government, the P.G.E.. the Northern Construction Co.. with its cost
plus contract, and tbe sub-contractors, To this end all worked in harmony with a certain amount of sue
cess, in as much as Premier Oliver,
by the use cf every discreditable tactic, prevented the examination of the
. ..'r.en Construction Co's. officials,
hooka and subcontracts both in com-
nittee and on lhe floor of the house,
showing very plainly his fear and
distrust of any such investigation,
and this distrust was moro plainly
shown by the shelving of the resolution for a Royal Commission, moved
hy Canon HiUchliffe and seconded by
Mr. R. ll. Pooley, both Conservative
mombors, on the last morning of the
ses-iion. by means of a most discreditable action, which fully merits the
contempt of all right thinking people;
an action the last of which hns not
yet been heard.
Prize Worth Winning: — That her
trip across Canada over the Canadian
National Railways en route to Los
Angeles is a prize well worth winning
was conceded this week by Miss Ethel
Redman, of Montreal, winner of the
recent contest held by the Elks of that
city. The competition took the form
of a fancy dress carnival and Miss
Redman costumed as Miss Life-Saver
was chosen as the prettiest girl in the
Immense ballroom of the Mount Royal
Hotel, where the big carnival was
held. The prize consists of a trip to
Hollywood, where the winner plays
lhe leading role in the picture, "The
Elk's Tooth." wliich will he produced
there for the Lodge.
Proof having beon filed in my offlce  qualified as a Municipal Vol
Montana Restaurant
McbIh at All Hours
Clfpri, Cigarettes and Candles
Cranbrook HC     -     Phoae Ml
Opp. Bank ol Comm«r««
of tho loss of Certificate of Title No.
17742-A to tho above mentioned lands,
In the names of Peter Lund a>nd Albert Lewis Couzens und bearing date
the 83rd May, 1013, I HEREBY GIVE
NOTICE of my Intention at the expiration of one calendar month from the
llrst publication hereof to issue to the
said Peter Lund and Albert Lewis
Couzens a provisional Certificate of
Title In lieu of such lost Certificate.
,j Any person having a-ny information with referenco to such lost Cor-
jtlflcato of Tltto ls requested to communicate with tho undersigned,
i DATED at the Land Registry Office,
Nelson, B.O.( this 3rd day of December, A.D. 1923.
!     A. W. 1DIEN8
Registrar
Dale  of   Unit   publication,  December
Gth, 1923. . 41-4.,
iter.
SCHOOL TRUSTERS, Iho persons
qualified to bo nominated for nnd
elected as School Trustees for the
Cranbrook Municipal School District
shall be any person being a British
subject of the full age of twenty-one
years actually residing within tho District, and having been for the six
months next preceding the date of
nomination the registered owner, in
the Land Registry Office, of Land or
Real Property in the City School
District of the assessed value, on the
last Municipal Assessment Roll, of
Five hundred ($500.00) dollars or
more over and above any registered
Judgment or Charge, and being otherwise qualified to vote at an Election
of School Trustees in the said School
District, shall be eligible to bo elected
ot to servo as a School Trustee In
such City School District
Given under my hand at Cranbrook,
B.C. thle 26th day of December, 1023. |
P. W, BURGESS |
44-4G  .. Returning Officer
SWEDISH
RESTAURANT
Now Open
THU BON-TON opposite P.
Burns & Co., Baker Street Ir
now open ns u Swedish Restaurant nml Supply Store. Under
Swedish innime;euient.
The restaurant will 1)0 run on
llio Short Order plnn.   Drop In
any time and enjoy a dish of
Swedish  Soi.p,  Sandwiches
Herrings, or o cup of Al.
Coffeo   with   Fresh   Made
Waffles
Swedish Bakery
& Home Cooking
BREAD, SNAPS, CAKES, Etc
Everything   Ib   cooked   with
Playlo's Fresh Cream and Milk
&n€idai6*Manda^d,
TRADE  MARK
REGISTERED
73
^WeJctetJbsn
'. A WOMAN    VJHO   KN0W9
'HOW  TO MANAGE    A
MAN  ,    NEVEa   LET1?"
HIM    KNOvg    IT -
Why "Weight" for Him
An lncrediby fat man got into a bus.
He almost smothered a sour faced
little man. The sour faced man glared at him aud growled.
"They ought to charge by weight on
these busses".
"In that ease.'* bellowed the fat man
"It wouldn't   be   worth their while
stopping to pick you up."
*   *   *   •
Rarity First
The stranger was asking a lot of
questions concerning the village, nnd
the oldest Inhabitant was doing bis
best to answer them.
* "And how about the water supply?
What precautions do you take against
infection?"
"Well first o' all we boil*; it. zur."
"Good.1
"An' then we filters it."
"Fine."
"An' then, zur, wo drinks beer!"
v   •   *   •
POMTICA1 ditties
(Dy Alpha in an Exchange)
~ 1 __
Old Grit Champion, Honest Johnny
Was a leader brow ami bonny
Just Inst fall.
Mark htm now. how he doth tremble
Though his satellites assemble
At his call.
Dues he hope (to win elections
When ho makes such poor selections
Of cheap bluff?
Well he knows his doom is certain;
Write "finis" and drop curtain.
'Tis enough.
M. A. Macdonald, still serene.
The very pulse of the machine.
Calmly surveys the room,
He smiles—the tame QrltS laugh aloud
lie Crowns—as in a murky cloud
They wrap themselves in gloom,
A fiery heart, ii fiery head,
Ih'speak a uohlu iniiiil, 'Us said,
(Though I'm disposed to doubt 111
Prod has the first, two sure eiunij*h,
As for Ihe third, it musl. bo lough
To huv-i to do without ii.
Ah mc, hut wo were filled with pride
When Freddie stumped tho countryside,
Vowing with us to stay
Our fond dream soon was nt an end.
Now he's not even hero to spend
His parliamentary pay
-. 4 —
Oh young Lochnhar is como up from
the Coast
To judge from his speeches he'll have
them ou toast
And save his good platform he backing has none,
Bul be says he will cut all lbe graft
to the bone
So  noble  in business  end  politics*—
pray,
Did you e'er hoar of knight like thlfl
A. I>. McRae?
Give to my honoct poverty
A freight rates case and a' that.
The coward rlave, we   pass him by.
We dare to charge for a* that.
For a' that and a' that.
Tory complal: 's and a' that.
The timo will conu when 0. McQeer
Will higher charge for a' that.
GIRLS! A GLEAMY MASS
OF BEAUTIFUL HAIR
35-Cent "Danderlne" So Improves Lifeless Neglected Hnir
CLEANING PRESSING
. — UKI'AlllINU —
Von Uili iWake No Mistake
in Ordering tlml
WINTER SUIT or OVERCOAT
—  From     -
H.C. LONG,
The Tailor
Vim llnnio Street
Opposite ('. P. It. Depot
Phone 41(1     ::     Phone 416
An abundance
of luxuriant hair
full     ot
gleams   and   life i-^|&v!) "^i-s',
shortly follows a /*•-              ■"-*'
genuine toning up i   "g
ot         neglected )    , ?_,. +. a r
scalps   with   de- *~~*\v   " VN''''
CAHfBELTj   &   KITliUK
MOM'SU-Vm,   €0.
Nelson
Established l&i'S Phone 114
Geo. R. Leask
L-IONKEtt BriUM.lt
AND   CONTRACTOR
Cabinet Work.-   Picture Framing
Estlmaiep  give,   on
all classes ot work
Office: Corner Xorbnrj Avenue
nml Edwnrds Street
pendnble    "Dan- A
lerlne" ** I \
Falling hair, itching scalp and the
dandruff is corrected immediately.
Thin, dry, wispy or fading hnir is
quickly invigorated, taking on now
si rength, color and youthful beauty.
"Danderlne" is delightful on tho hair;
a refreshing, stimulating tonic—not
sticky or gref-By!   Any drugstore.
NOTICE
AFTER November 1st, 1923 our
office will he located in tho
premises recently occupied hy
the late James T. Laldlaw whose
\   business wo are taking over.
We beg io notify clients of
the lato Mr. Uiidlaw. anil others
that we shall ho carrying on the
practice of Land Surveying together with our General Engineering and Contracting work.
DeWOLF k HAM
peTAn Important
Sound digestion is the basis of health
and vigor. Digestive disorders should
have prompt attention. If you suffer
from sluggish liver, constipa- ten, impaired appetite, flatulence, dizziness,
headache, biliousness, or other
symptoms of stomach disorder you
may expect to obtain relief by taking
BEECHi
PILLS
Sold everywhere in Canada
LARGEST SALE OF ANY MEDICINE IN THE WORLD
•■^^'T3BSP*as:^,-fr:r?!w*STa^>iriW<H«<aB*ii..s;",   /
MM—B —M ———«——     li
Sid Carlson
Manager
'BeerwihutuPct
Bottles of Satisfaction
"Cascade"—the beverage o[ sparkling purity and tonic tang — gives
the perfection of satisfaction. It's
brewed right and bottled tight at
the most elaborately equipped brewery on the Pacific Coast.
Experience Ihe satisfaction of
drinking British Columbia?! best
beer—INSIST on "Cascade" at
the   Government   Liquor   Store.
VANCOUVER BREWERIES LIMITED
Sainsbury&Ryanj
i
BUILDERS AND
CONTBACTOBS
Estimate* Oiven and Work
Guaranteed
Telephones 333 ami 3it
CRANBROOK     ■      B.C. j
■'• Will
Fuji lea Rooms
Next Futa Qffocory
GOOD MEALS      :;
::   TEA OR COFFEE
FKESll BUTTERMILK
T. FUJIYAMA
Milk and Cream
DIRECT PROM
Big Butte Dairy Farm
(ItVMiit »  lullN TIMES
NO (IT DAILY—To Nelson, Vancouvor,
Snok&ne etc. Arrive 12,10 p.m. loov*
12.20 p.m,
NO. IIS IIAII.V—To Fernie, Lothbrlcls*.
Medicine Hat, Oaltfuiy, etc. Arrive
4.IIJ p.m.; loavo 4.20 p in.
Cranbrook! Wrollne, Kimliorlej Service i
No. 823—Leave 7.05 a.m. No. 824—Arrive 2.10 p.m.
Cninlirook, Lime Windermere all
Golden Service
Monday and Thursday, each week
—NO. 821, loave 0 a.m.     Wednesday
and Saturduy—NO. 822 arrive 8.30 pjn.
Tills advertisement la not published or displayed
by tlio Liquor Control Hoard nr by the
Cioveinuient of British Columbia.
For further particulars apply to any
ticket agent
J. a PROCTOE,
metrlct Peasenier Agent, Calfarr. Friday, January 4th, 1021
THE  CRANBROOK   HEKAL9
PAGE FIVE
KIM
HLte
INTERESTING ITEMS CONCERNING  HAPPENINGS IN AM. ABOUT THE BUSY TOWNS ON THE NORTH BRANCH, WHERE MINING, LUMBERING AND FARMING INTERESTS ARE SUPRE
ME-
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KIMBERLEY
NEWS NOTES
"Mickey" Edmunds ol' tbo Dunk
Moutrottl mail' ia nu i,ia holidays.
MlflBT MK AT THB NBW  DIMOR'S
MLhh   to,   Drummond   spent   New
Year's iii Cranbrook,
A number ot MaaoiiB attemlod n
Jii.ni humiliation df ofllcors or the
Masonic Lodges, hold in Oranbrooli on
Thursday. Dooombor 11711..
I'll   meet
Cranbrook.
you   at   the
Club Cafe,
astf
Club Cnfo, Cranbrook,
Clean, comrortnblo.
commodious,
lntf
Mr. nnd Mrs, William Le.im.in attended tlio New Year's Hull in Cranbrook.
Mr. and Mrs. :
Sullivan Hill are
Litis week for Quel
Mr. Whyte will con
tlie CouBoltdated <
there, The. many i
and .Mrs. Wbyte re
Inn  all Join in wl
IOW   HUM
l>l
eLeod Wliyte ot
Hiving Kimlierley
no Sound, where
niie bis work fur
i tluelr property
omla of both Mr.
rei their leaving,
ling tli em every
mrity    in    i.i»ir
iiinini
Anyone coualderlna taking lito ln-
urnnco should consult Miirtfn Bros.,
ranbrook.   Tlioy are District Agents
for Canada's li
have Bpeolall*.
I'll'teon years
rgost lire companyj and
d In tbat bimiiiess for
15tf
List
Bros.
your   properly   with
Martin
35tf
Klmborley'i
llrst game of
when thoy ch
team.   Tim players wero
sen on  llielr drive Irani
■key team played the
season In Cranbrook
1 with the Cranbrook
ilmost fro-
Kimborley,
SHIPMENTS OF OJIE
RECEIVED AT THE
THE   WEAl'HEB   BOLLBTIH
TRAIL SMELTER Official Thermometer Readings
Following is a statement of o;
celved at tlie Trail Smelter tn
period  December 8 to M ini'lusn
Name of Mine.       locality
Lone Pine Surprint* Last
Chance. Republic, Wash	
Monitor, Three Forks, B.C	
Qullp, Republic, Wash., 	
Silversmith, Sandon, B.C.	
Company Mines  	
Total
tit Cranbrook
•     •     •     •     •   ^+**+*M*+*****M**K*,'
WYCLIFFE NOTES '
;*-:**;.;. a ^-^..** *>.**+
Mai
2!)
December !
December !
January l
January 2
Thin has
—16
—37
7077 .
following  in  a   statement   of  ore
received al the Trail Smelter for the
ported December 16 to 21 inclusive.
Name of Mine aud Locality, Tin
American Hoy. Sandon B.C.,
Tapir* b,
B4;
The Old Time Dnnee held ou New
Year's Eve was a great success. Robinson's orchestra supplied good music
and nil enjoyed themselves thoroughly, bringing in the New Year with
much enthusiasm.
Before deciding nn that new building or that repair work* see Geo. R.
Leask, the Pioneer Builder of Kim
berley and Cranbrook. IStf
When Ton Think of Insurance
— Call Up —
BEALE & ELWELL
Phone 20     It     Cranbrook
Solo Agents for KImherley Tcmnsite.
**************** **********
Announcement t
—_—_ __. *
OR. G. LDRNE RICE §
has    opened    a    permanent ^
Dental Parlor in Kimberley. %
having taken a suite over the *
Dimor's Cafe, *
Dr. Rice will he In Kimb- +
erley again   after   January •:•
8th, 1924. %
1 nt after gi
they put in
resulted in
ting partially thawed oui
an exi ell 'lit. game which
draw. S all
Au IrMimnn
"As i wns crossing the bridge the
other day," said an Irishman, "I met
Pat O'Brien. 'O'Brien,' says I 'how
nre you?' 'Pretty well, thank you,
Brady,' says he. 'Brady,' says I, 'that's
not my name.' 'Faith,' says he. 'and
mine's not O'Brien." With that we
again looked al each other and sure
enough It was miythur of us."
Announcement
DIOR'S CAFE
AND ROOM
Newly constructed, are now
open to tho public. You will
find the cafe clean, comfortable
and up-to-date In every particular. Rooms aro furnished with
the best, anil have hot and cold
water In each.
A. Johnson
Mens' Furnisher
—0—
BOOTS ASD SHOES
Suit Cases nml Trunks
OVERALLS
Boots ami SIiooe Neatly Repaired
A. Mellor
GENERAX   MERCHANT
STAPLE & FANCY GUOC15RIES
GENT'S   FURNISHINGS
LADIES AND CHILDREN'S
SHOES AND HOSE
—RUBBERS,   GLOVES   ETC.—
—SEE US FOR PRICES—
Brandon, Sandon, B.C	
Knobhlll, Republic, Wash., 	
Lone Pine Surprise Last
Chance, Republic, Wash	
Ruth, Sandon. H.C	
Standard. Silverton. B.C., (lead)
(zinc)  ..
Silversmith, Sandon, B. C, ...
Van Roi, Silverton, B.C	
Company Mines 	
—17
leen a week ot low temp-
mparlng   In   past years
laps as follows:
December 14 —37; Dec. 13,
Dec.   16,  — 32;   Dec.   10. —28;
Dec. 17. —81;  Dec. 18, —2(1;  Doc. 19,
Tons1     11. and  Dec. 20 —6.
(lend) 83     1831. — Dec. 24 and 2(1, —IS.
(zinc) 10!    WM. — December 20, —6.
  301    1MB. — Dec. 0, —33;  WIS.— Doc.
   107 31,—10; 1917. — Dec. 0,—11; 1910.—
I Dec. 20. 27 aud 28, —29; 1915. —Dec.
 208 28, —17; 1914.— Dec. 18, —17; 1913—
  37 Dec. 23, —0.
j Mr, David Leith loft on Thursday f
lasl tor Cranbrook with his family, f
he having accepted a position with1*
the Ratcllffe & Stewart Garage.      .   |t
i    Mr, c. Qontard returned on Thursday from a Christinas trip to Spokane. I]
The Ic
getting I
while the
Iracuti he
t llio  rink is graduallyI
first  class  shape,  and,!
nay be no chance of anyjl
' Banies being held here, I
. 119
. 90
. 45
72X4
Total
Mayor Henderson will again be a
candidate for tho Chief Magistrate's
chair and there is very little chances
of there being any opposition lo his
candidature, He has had a hard year
of lt, with tre waterworks and sewer
contracts, which entailed a tremendous amount of work. Then on top
of all came the Home Bank failure
which tied up the City's funds when
they were badly needed for the completion of the work under construction. Since the failure of the bank
Mr. Henderson has devoted a large
amount of his time in fighting for 100
cents on the dollar for ihe depositors
and his ntrenuous efforts have placed
iiim high in the councils or tlte big
men of tho cast who are carrying on
tbe fight. The people of Fernie have
certainly received service frcnl Mayor
Henderson and they owe him their
hearty supporl If there should he any
opposition ta tbe coining elections.-.
Fernie Free Press.
SIMPLEST SCENES MADE
WITH GREATEST IIAZ-
AIM)  SAY'S  bniECTOR
By a strange freak, it Is generally
tho simplest scenes In motion pictures which roqulre the greatest hazard to film, according to John Griniih
Wray, director of Thomas II. nice Illm
productions.
"An Instance of this occurred during the filming of 'Her Reputation,'
Mr. Inco's new picture starring May
McAvoy. A flood of the Mississippi
River which breaks through a levee
and dramatically sweeps away au entire river bottom villttgo Is one of the
high spots iu lhe production.
"The flood scenes were made at
Yuma, Arizona, where we secured permission to open one of the dam gates
Hooding the Colorado river below tbo
dam until II overflowed Its hanks. All
entire village bad been built for lhe
shots and was swept away in a few
minutes as the waters rushed out
from tlie dam.
"Ol
the skating afforded will bo greatly'
enjoyed
A parly or ski enthusiasts were out
on Sunday in search of thrills—and
were amply rewarded— both in thrills
and spills Tbe scone of operations
was the big butte near lhe H. H. McClure farm, which is a fast enough
run for your true professional. Those
comprising Iho party were: Chester
Staples, Bob Trew, Art Duff, Jimmie
Jones and Bert Johnson.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Lewis who havo
been vlHliora at the home of Mr. nnd
Mrs. A. Staples, lefl on Tuesday for
tholr homo In Spokane. .Miss Phyllis
Staples accompanied ihem lo Spokane
wliere she will visit ror two or three
weeks
Wycliffe people who attended the
annual New Year's Ball oa New
Year's Eve wero necessarily few on
account of the below zero weather.
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. C.
Lewis. P. Franzcn. E. Staples, W.
Johnson, 11. Jolinson.
THE
Otis Staples Lumber Co.,
Limited
Manufacturers all Kinds of Lumber
Pine, Fir, and Larch
SEAR WOOD
SPECIAL ATTENTION I.OCA!. ORDERS
HIGH CLASS MILL WORK
Enquiries Promptly Dealt With
MILL OFFICE & YARD
Wycliffe, B.C.
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦-i-******** *** *•:••:•**•.•■.••:•*•:
1"H* ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
Tlio sympathy of tlui residents is
extended to Mrs. H  J  Cooke and fain-   :
Uy in the recent sudden demise of lhe  J
husband    nud    father)  whose  death ,
took place in Cranbrook on Monday,
from heart trouble.     Decetaed    was
well known nnd respected, baring resided  here   for   the  past  ten   years,
coming direct to Fernie (rom buncos-
ter. Ehtghind, ami bad been employed
by the Coal Co,. In various positions
up to recently, when he removed to
(.'ranbrook.    lie   enlisted    with    the ,
| 225th Batt., hut wns not allowed to
The coltl snap ban caused a good  proceed  overseas,  receiving bis  dis-
deol of inconvenience In tho running charge medically unfit.    He was an
of tlie saw mill .luring (he past week (acUvu  member of  both  tho  L.O.O.M. '
'■ '"' "'1:,M"1' "■-» ,""11 "»• --own for | ond k. „f p. lorfues here.   Tho fune-
| ral will be held on Sunday afternoon
at  2.31).—Fernie  Free  Press.
Jin
(N0P8I8 0F
L/iMJiiCTMNO™
PRE-EMPTIONS
Vacant,      tint .--■ rved,      survey***
Crown I pri *empted b*
■ years ot u*
■' I as . n di ■ lartng Intention
nl .u'i i*?.   oondl*
;, occupation
■ind   Imj i   . for    igrlcultura.
■   rposej
Pull ii .■ r«fu*
■    . - ns    n
i people
several days.    Wycliffe has probably
experienced  the  lowest temperature
of any place In the district, the mer-}   ___ _      	
cury going down with a bump from!
ten degrees below zero to thirty-eight   Mnfhpr  flflHc  VriLrC
below, between Sunday night and Mon-  »IU-*"*1    llliun    ? *v!IVO
day morning, while on Tuesday morn-
,ol   of  tho  sequence  shows ling   it  went  nearly  out  of  sight   at
Handy for many Ills
Given in !
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Morrison & Burke
Deftlcrs In ('mil nml Wood
TBA.NSFKH W011K D0KH
Tell your wives nnil loll your
friend!
WHITE LUNCH
NOW OPEN
MEALS  AT  ALL   HOCUS
A LA CAUTK SKKV1CK
MIKE  HASYJiUK ■ Prop.
Afronized I.lues <»i u Rejected Suiter
A friend whose girl had turned him
down was heard mournfully  tn  ih>-
elalni tills tragedy of words:
"She tins went.
She can never come to w
Iter his pore
ti* ean never to to she.
Her have lefl us .il alone
ii cannot wus,"
WB (WHKY A I'TLl. LINE OP
Watches Clocks Silverware
Notions and Jewelry
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
A TRIAL MILL CONVINCE
Kimberley Jewelry Store
MRS. V. CALDWELL
KIMBERLEY
LADIES' MISSES AKD
CHILDREN'S   WEAR
It win nay yon to seo our prices
before yon buy elsewhere
Wo Carry a Full Line of Wools
1 ot and 2 oz.   Alt Shades
FAX V  WORK
struggling in tho river un-  forty-eight  degrees below zero,
tdi   a   floating log.   Tbei ■—
making ol that shut which Is just a | Have ?°» beard of the Had case of
dash in the picture Involved more|ll-e Cranbrook man who thought the
hazard thau any other scene ln the ante-room was the place wliere they
entire  production—and  tho company j 1'layed poker?
i will testify they had to take plenty ,	
:1  of chances before they wero through. I
"|    "In spite ot the fact that this isj
'only a flash in the picture—and uu j
apparently  simple  shot—we had  to
risk two lives to get it.   It was needed to round out the sequence however)
I —so the lives   were risked   and the j
I flash made." '■
!    "Her Reputation" is running at the j
,'jstar theatre, with Charlie Chaplin on
riiiay and Saturday.
Mrs. Brown of Brandon Finds
It a .Most Useful Itcmody
Lift Off-No Pain!
CRAN3R00K and KIMBERLEY
STAGE
DAILY AM) .SUNDAY THIPS
LEAVE I'llAMtHOOK LEAVE KEIIBGRLEY
Stage Office Stage Office
9 n.m. : 1.3(1 p.m. i 5.3(1 p.m.Id a.m.   :   3 p.m.   :   (I p.m.
PARCELS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED
PA 111-: 75* :; :: RETURN $1,50
Jack Brown Proprietor
Phone S31 Office Opposite Kootenay Garage
st:
I 6
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada Limited
OFFICES, BMRLTWO AND REFINING DKrAIlTMBNT
TBA1L,   BBITISII    Ciii.i.iliu I
SMELTERS AND  REFINERS
Parehaienof Gold, Sllrer, Copper, Lead & Zinc Orei
Prodr.eert of Gold, Sllrer, Copper, Plf* Lead and Zinc
"TADANAC BRAND
Edmondson's
Dance Orchestra
OPEN POR ENGAGEMENT
"The Music With The Pep"
PHONE 390     - ■        . .       BOX 533
•ffJVJW.'
THE ARROW STAGE LINE
18 NOW RUNNING DAILY BETWEEN
Cranbrook and Wardner
Route:—Fort Steele, Bull Ittvcr, nnd Wnnlner
Leaving Cranbrook:
(■ranbrook Hotelt 8 n.m.
Li, iianoij: EXPRESS AM) light freight
For Cranbrook, Phone Kootenay Garage 147
Doesn't hurt ono lilt! Drop a little
"Frcezone" on nn aching corn, instantly that corn stops hurting, then
shortly you lift Ir off with fingers.
Your druggist soils a tiny bottle of
"Freezonc" for a few cent*;, sulllclent
to remove every hard com, soft corn,
or corn between the toes, and the foot
calluses, without soreness or Irritation.
Mrs. John Brown, of 426 -4th atreet,
Drnndon, Manitoba, writes: "I have S
smell children aged from 1 to 12
years, and can certainly say that
Vicks is the only cold lemedy I have
in the house all winter. If the cold
Is in the head I just put a little up
each nostril and it gives relief fn aj
short time. If It ls in the chest I rub'
Vicks well in at night and by morning tbe cold lias almost disappeared.
I also use Vicks for chilblains and for
burns; in fact 1 use it too for head-
a»hes and (ind relief in a very short
time. I always recommend Vicks 'o
my friends, especially those who have
; hildren."
Vicks comes as a salve—the external, direct treatment for all cold
troubles—absorbed like t. liniment and
inhaled as a vapor.
It Is tbe modern direct treatment
or all cold troubles—tho successor to
'.core grease, camphorated oil, lini*
monts, poultices and piasters.
Used for croup and children's colds !
/fcki Rlvcs remarkably <iu!ck results
nud also avoids nauseating, internal
losing. Just as good  for adults, and
ir Bktn Inflammations such as cuts,
:■: a  bruises, bites and stings.
At all drug stores 50c a jar.   Tor a
free   test   size   package, write Vlck
Chemical Co.,   344   St. Paul St., W..!
Montreal, P.Q.
Though Vicks is new in Canada lt
has -a remarkable sale in the States.
Over 17 million Jars used yearly.
!..tvI Cam-
Lai I Hoi ording !>i
■ .** >".        wl Ich th*J ia: 1 applied  foi
'   alt -   .       and i re ma       n j nn;*'
run :  which can lie oh*
• ..!-.■. ; from the Land Commissioner
Pre-ci  upled t •<
five y ira and improvements mad*
ptir acre   Iticludftm
■ and cultivating at least fl«
- .-";    ■ ..   :•■-■  ii   'Vv. .■]  ''Ir.inr  nn   Ue.
elved
For mora detailed Information *••
Bulletin     -j- n     to    Pre-Muiii
Land."
PURCHASE
Ap|      ;..-.■ received tut pur
chase   ot   vacant   and   unreserved
Crov isg •!n!i"v'-w^
for agricu tura rnJnlmiu-
prlce of fii rable) land li $1
per acre     • ■■ .,-> u*.az,-nri
iand  $2 50 pt •      Furthi r In for
mation ; purchase o.- least
of Crown given In  Uullelii
N'o. 10, Le   . "Purchase and
Lease cf    ..     ■:. Landt
Mill, fa'-- ■ ■ - ■■ Industrial altes of'
timber land ! i ,ceed :.- 40 acres
ma;- be pun i lea*   I, th»» con
ditions     including      payment      ot
■tumpage
H0ME8ITE   LEASES
I are -, i  I i .weeding It
■'- m / ..- ■; . -   homesTtw
;   dwelling   belnt;
'.  ■■■ ir,  :.:ie beln--
obtalnable  after •     . nee  and  im
pro*, . '..:. fuJr:!i*f-;
and .i-:. ■ hoe    sen i irveyed.
LEASES
For grazin**; ai.di   Industrial    pur
poses areas ;
may  be leased
company.
/ding 610 ncrei
. > one person or «
GRAZING
Under the Grazing Art the Province la divided into grazing dJftrlct*
ami tbe range administered under ■.
Orasing       Commissioner.      Annua;
Riazliif,'  ; ■ ■ : . ■ u<"i  i.HB«d or
numbers ranged,       irity being give,
to estab .   ■ ■ Stoi,. owner*
may  form   asaoclatl na    for    ranfr*
ir partially fre-,
armlts  ai-* available   f
-t   settlei
tampers  and   travellers,
up   to   t<
lead. f AGE SIX
THE   CRAflBROOK   HERALR
Friday, .Tnnunry  Itli, 1fl2l
♦—•—a—,—,—>   ... .—,,i
-♦-.   a   .    .   .   . \
BEST SERVICE AND SATISFACTION IN
Watch Repairs at
"THE GIFT SHOP"
— All Work Guaranteed —
U- EARLE LEIGH
NORBIUY AVENUE
WATCHHAKEB & JEYVELLEK
Next Slur Theatre
Au alarm of lire on Sunday night|    Start the New  Year rifcht — look
took   tho   flro  department  out  to  J.[at the date on the label of your pap-
Kerrlgan'H place on Louis Street, an ier — it  tells  when the subscription
overheated chimney sending    out   alts paid to,
shower of sp .rks which looked more "~
dangorous than it possibly was. With' BORN. - On Monday, December
the thermometer showing about 201 ^i«t. ut the St. Eugene Hospital, to
degrees below zero it would have been Mr. and .MrB. Edward Lindberg. of
a real night i'or a fire, but the fire-'•*•■'■ R-tver, a daughter.
lighters were ready for it.
Anions the school teachers from out
of town who spent tho ChrlBtmas holidays nt their homes here, was Miss
lrmu Ward who Ib in, chargo o! the
recently reopened school at Elk Prairie, near Michel. She ts leaving on
Sunday to resume her duties
Tho coming of tho New Year at
midnight on Monday was not celebrated as noisily as on Rome occasions
perhaps owing to the fact that the
temperature at that time was about
.to below zero. The whistle at the
C.P.H. shops led tlte demonstration ] In, the passing of the estimates at
accompanied by a few revolver shots' the. recent session of the Legislature
and some tire crackers, Many house the sum ot $10,040 was allocated
parlies were held lo usher in the New, meet the expenses of the branch of
Year and at lhe big dance at the Au- the department of finance ot the
dltorium llio stroke of midnight was ('ranbrook Government AceDcy. 'or
properly marked. twolvo months ending March 31, 1923.
LOCAL
'PENING,.
Insure with Beale 41 Elwell.
Hemstitching.— Mrs.   Surtees,
den Avenue.
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FOH THESE
DARK MORNINGS
.«*
Mra. G. U. Hunter of Lumberton, is
a patient ut the St. Eugene at present.
The Old Kulda' Convention will be
given by lhe Ladies Aid of Knox
Church on January 15th. Bachelors
please take note. 3Stf
We can y a full line or Men's Women's and Misses' Shoes.
Our low prices win every time.
W. P. DOiUN.
Normun   Moeiv,    district    forester, |*y
lias collected a small sample or nal
lve spruco need, which la to bo tor- $ '
waided    to   Kew Gardens. England,]*
for exiMji (mental  purposes. ; £
We carry a full lino of Men's Wo-1
men's and Children'.*: Rubbers.
W. F. DORAN.
Our low prices win every time.
Misty mornings. &r*y
duwns, inky darkness/ aro
all the same to otic of OUH
alarm clocks, lt ticks off
each minute until the time
you set for rising, then it
calls, positively, because, correctly. It lets you sleep
right up to the laat minute.
!l W.
H.Wilson
Tito Jeweler
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*   TO
ICIPAL
I'lIlO ELECTORS:—
We beg lo submit, ourselves for election, as Mayor
and Aldermen, respectively at your hands at the forthcom-
ing election on January 17th.
We come before you, submitting that our qualifications, as men with sufficient experience and common sense
would justify your confidence in electing us as your Mayor and Council for I92<!.
We do not represent any particular Political or Religious bodies, or any fraternal of social orders, but we do
come before you as a unit to work for the betterment and
prosperity of Cranbrook, and if returned as a unit, our
main objective will lie lo sec that the rate of taxation shall
not lie in excess of 15 MILLS, a saving in comparison with
the rate for 1!)23 of SIX MILLS.
Should you deem it advisable to give us your confidence by electing lis, we promise you our earnest consideration of the various matters which may come up before
us during our term of olllce.
FOR MAYOR
J. H. CAMERON
FOR ALltiatMEN
G. D. Carlyle
Jas. Dunlap
J. P. Fink
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A. E. Jones
J. E. Kennedy
F. M/MacPherson
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Cranbrook Taxidermist
News of Interest
to Every Person
Word has reached tlm Herald from
Mr. R. h. T. Galhrulth, Port Steele,
that he has quite recovered from IiIh
recent Indisposition, anil Is now enjoying fairly good health, which is
quite good newB for Ills many friends
In the district.
Insurance locks the door before the
horse ls stolen. Bealo & Elwell have
the key for every insurance lock.
Mr and Mrs. H. 13. Jecks. Jr. and
Mr. and Mrs. W. Waslihrook. of Lethbrldge, spent New Year's visiting at
the home of Mr. anil Mrs. H. B. Jecks
of this city
Special! Special! Tungsten Lamps
at bargain prices. 26, 40, and 50 watt
tor 36c.
Onr low prices win every time.
W. P. DORAN.
A hint for the unacknowledged
Christmas present — a magazine sub-1
scrlption. Tho Herald has a list nf
almost two thousand periodicals, re-1
presenting the best literature In Can-1
nda, Great Britain and tho United j
StatcB, which can be seemed in fav-j
orable clubbing combinations. Let
the Herald renew your magazine subscriptions at specially low clubbing |
rctet.
A new shipment of Hritish Army
Blankets Just received at
1). WESTONS' STORE
Mrs. A. M. Hatton, ot this city, who
has recently been a patient at the hospital, is reported to bo doing well.
FOR SALE
six horse power Fairbanks Morse
etigino circular saw and track, in
good condition. For sale cheap. Apply:   Dezall's Garage 45
NOTICE
Householders art requested
to, immediately on tho sound ot
;', ■ ti e whistle, shut off any
water tains that possibly are being left, running on account of
tbo cold weather. Possibly tt
might be you who will suffer
through taps being left on, so
do unto others, etc.
Yours truly
Percy" Adams
Fire Chief
In the district will appear
in our ad. next week.
Watch for it
i.
!'
J-
f3**W» '«*/lr■ *s*At—r*fli-' tt»Hf"+teJI/stt es ^|^«*w*Vlj^*g'A,»p^**<Vb«»<P*\ft'^M**-Jc'i,
To the Electors of
the City of Cranbrook
THE COMING CIVIC ELECTION is one ol great Importance to you. We ask you—not in the heat of an argument
but in your homes—to consider the situation.
As a result of the past year's record of your council, by
practicing economy, Cranbrook has recovered from what
threatened tu he a very serious linancial situation, the result of headlong expenditure of some years ago. Cranbrook must hold tlie confidence of the bankers and investors in order lo linance necessary development as tie occasions arise for same. There is urgent need for civic
Improvements. Headlong expenditure without due regard to our financial stability will lead to a harvest of
trouble and regrets. To properly handle the situation,
retinites a man of sound and tried judgment, with experience in council mailers for the Mayor's chair. Alderman
Balment, after nine years continuous service, which ls a
qualification of the utmost importance, is the logical man
lor .Mayor of Cranbrook in 11)24. His 23 years residence
in Cranbrook assures a hearty support of every progressive movement for the promotion of the city's prosperity.
Ilis nine years of public service with an absolutely clean
record shows the type of man he is—the stamp of man
Cranbrook wants ami needs as Mayor. Aid. Balment does
not make any glittering promises—pre-election promises,
Inn be docs promise, when elected, with thoBe who are
supporting him on lbe aldermanic ticket, to give the city
an aggressive, progressive and efficient administration
I'm' 1924, His knowledge and experience In civic affairs
will lie au invaluable asset to him. Use your best judgment by supporting lhe following aldermanic candidates,
pledged to support Alderman liniment for a clean, honest
and progressive civic government.
T. H. Bronsdon   Leslie Loucks
W. W. Kilby       W. J. Flowers
A. H. Bulloch      W. J. Wilson
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Notice! Wc are Moving i
*
To our new stand on Raker Street and expect to be open *
for business in a few days.     In the meantime Bargains *
are still to be had at our old place of business on Norbury J
Avenue, opposite the Star Theatre. J
Kootenay Trading Co., Ltd. j
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Ratepayers of the City of Cranbrook
For MAYOR
Having been approached by a number of the
citizens and different organizations of the City of
Cranbrook to stand for the office of Mayor for the
coming year, 1 have decided to be a candidate for
this ofllce. I have had nine years of aldermanic experience and have at all times endeavored to promote
the best interests of the city. If elected I will again
do my utmost to further the interests of the ratepayers of the City of Cranbrook.
A. J. BALMENT
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Anticipating that the "Agitator" section of the Rotary
Club will strictly deny complicity in the manipulations
which have been carried on In getting out the ticket headed by Alderman Cameron, and lest there be any misunder-
slanding or forgetting liy the ratepayers, we would remind
them of the stand taken by a certain representative of the
llotary Club, who, as one of a delegation to the Council
last summer, after the swimming pool project was turned
down, stated that "If the council would not carry out their
wishes they would get a council that would in 1924." Seeing that the llotary Club has made the usurpation of the
Ratepayers' rights the clear issue by mis-naming their
ticket, we will fight ihe thing to a finish.
Ratepayers! Most respectfully we ask you, not to
allow yourselves to lie fooled by eleventh hour denials of
complicity, or anything In the nature of death-bed repentance.
THOS. H. BRONSDON
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i
TO THE
Electors of the
City of Cranbrook
Ajs ratepayers you will soon lie called upon to KuleiL tlie perB.innel
of your council tor 1H24. Our past yi ar'B r< cora Ih sv.nident guarantee
that we noted strictly In accord with your wishes In avoiding n wiiBte
or public money in useless and Impracticable acliemos. The wooden
stdewnlks must be abolished. Now tliat we have cheaper light w*o
should standardize our business section tiiul inslal a vastly more powerful lighting on our avenues nnd streets, protection of our water
"Upply, proceed with the park which the people hnvo sanctioned.
Seeing that the momy spenders have bctiuenthcd to lute a debenture debt of approximately $400,000 and an annual interest to maintain of more than $25,000, money should he set ns'de each year lo
decrease tbis capital debt and so curtail the terrific Interest. While
«K,udying the Interests of the ratepayers nt all times, If I nm still
favored with u renewal of your Bupport and confidence I am willing
to support any cause or schemo which spells progress and prosperity
for Cranbrook.
I wish to put this question before tlie vntepnyers. Why. la it tbat
Alderman Balment and myself huve earned such pronounced opposition and bitter criticism? In It not because we probed into the internal affairs in relation to civic administration nnd discovered a
rotten state of affairs and Insisted that honesty and justice slitmltl
prevail? We have not backed up one inch from the position we took
at the early period of 1203 council and this Is where we stand today.
Youra faithfully
Thomas H. BRONSDON
To the Ratepayers of
the City of Cranbrook
In soliciting your vote and influence in my behalf for
Alderman for 1U-1 I would respectfully refer to my record
as councillor for the past five years, during which time it
has been my pleasure to act as one of your representatives
on the City Council. This will doubtless show that I have
at all times endeavored to promote the best interests of
the City of Cranbrook. As chairman of the Electric Light
Committee for a number of years I have always tried to
see that the city got the best service at a minimum of cost.
Through economics effected in this department it has been
possible to reduce the charges for light on two occasions,
the last reduction going into effect the first of this year.
Both of these were advanced and supported liy me. Mv
policy for the future will not differ from that of the past-
Through the experience of twenty-two years residence
in the city I feci Qualified to judge what is and what is not
for tbe best interest of a progressive city. Por this and
other reasons 1 am out in support of Alderman Balment
for Mayor.
Signed
Alderman W. J. Flowers
BOHN. — At tbe SL Eu v:.e Hospital, on Friday, December 2Sth, to Mr.
and Mrs. E. Biggatinl, of this cltS, a
son.
BTAH  8RCOHI1   li;*Hl>  STOKB
fhone ,.
We pa7 the best prices suing for all
kinds   of   furniture.     w? buy anything from a mouse tr *. io mi nuf'*-
moblle,
\V   W. Kilby, Auctioneer nnd Valuer
WANTED—Girl
work.    Apply
i'lione 451!
for    general bouse-
to   Mrs. Woodland,
45
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Candidate For Alderman
As a resident of Cranbrook for the last twenty-three
years and as a candidate for Alderman In support of Alderman Balment for Mayor, I would respectfully solicit
your vote and influence. If you see fit to elect me I will
do my utmost to promote both progressive and economical
administration of municipal affairs.
STRAYED-- To llio promises of C.
Codderls this   tall,   red ami white
beet cow.     Owner may have same
by tallowing customary procedure.
48-46
WANTED—Advertiser desires to purchase five room houso with modem
conveniences. Early possession
desired,   llox R. Herald offlce.   4Stt
I ItO-IJ^T — Housekeeping ftooms, «p-
II ply 209 Dewar Avenue. 35tt
Yours Faithfully
Signed
Leslie'Loucks
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For cAlderman
Having my whole interest in the City of Cranbrook nnd
having resided here for the past fifteen years, 1 offer myself as a candidate for Alderman in support of Alderman
Balment for Mayor. Should you favor mc with election I
will do my best to curtail unwise expenditure and at the
same time support progressive and efficient administration.
Your Vote and influence solicited
r_A H. Bulloch
WHES IS KIXfiSGATE-
stay at tho
ffioyal fflooms
Hack ot C. P. It. Ucpot
Fully Modern, Hot and Cold
Water In Every Room, and lhe
Uilcst Beating System. First
Class In Every Way. Convenient and Comfortable.
Terms Moderate.
.'Irs. II. I
JOHNSON,
Proprietress
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YOUR VOTE
AND
Influence Solicited
FOR
W. J.   WilSOn  (VULCANIZER)
AS ALDERMAN
In Support n? ALDERMAN BALMENT as MAYOR
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\\ Announcement 5
5 Johnston's 5
\        Jitney Line |
5     On uml ufter Mniidiiy IVroiu-    5
5 bor 17th, n Jitney iflrvlco will 5
J \w In oporalion hi Cranbrook, %
i*£ wiih hoadiuartorfl ni tb« rim- 3j
■■ mopolltan Hotel.   You can k<> ?
J anywhoro  in town  tar  35C 5
2     l'llONK £4 FOR BBUVICH 5
j SATISFACTION GUARANTIED 5
| AWMr\*W.VA\S*W,WAV
FOR SALE
AT THE PLANT  OF. THE
ADOLFIl  LUMBER Coy. j
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Your Vote and Influence
Having done my utmost to support your best Interests
during the past years, I once again seek your vote and
influence as a candidate for the City Council tn support
of Alderman Balment ns Mayor for 1924.
Yours for a progressive and economical civic government
Alderman W. W. Kilby
Saw Mill Machinery. Sundry i
Saw Mill Equipment, Machine |
Shop Equipment, Suw Mill Yard |
Equipment-, Motor Logging
Trucks, Sundry Logging Equip- \
ment.
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