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Array nHANBRO(.
PR0D1NCIAI.  I.IDRART
!)
VOLUME    26
CRANBROOK, B.C., THURSDAY, JANUARY 22nd,
<i U ,'.'. BER    48
TICKETS $1.00
AND REFRESHMENTS
ELK'S DANG
BANFF   ORCHESTRA
FRIDAY,   JANUARY   23
AT   THE   AUDITORIUM
BigF
ire Loss at
Ranch
Poultry
EVANGELIST OF SOUND,
SANE, TYPE COMING
TO CRANBROOK
HOME TOWN BAND GIVES   FANCY DRESS ICE CAR-
FINE PERFORMANCE, BUT    NIVAL AT ARENA RINK
GETS POOR SUPPORT! IS BIG SUCCESS
FATHER AND SON WRITES INTERESTINGLY
BANQUET TO BE HELD        OF MOTOR TRIP TO
ON FEBRUARY 6th LONG BEACH, CAL.
Main   Building   at   Brown's
Poultry Ranch, Fort Steele,
Destroyed Friday Last
6,000 LAYING HENS LOST
Cranbrook and district has boon
justly proud of tho unique Carming
enterprise represented In tho Brown
Poultry   Ranch)   operated by C. P.
Hrown, ;i few miles out of Fort
Steele, ami tlie news that the place
hut! been visited by a devastating
fire on Friday last was received with
keen regret. For three years Mr.
and Mrs. Brown have labored to
build up ibeir poultry ranch, nnd in
the fire on Friday evening last, the
sum of about $15,000 was lost, and
while it was covered by insurance,
there is a serious loss of time in the
operation of the ranch, practically
all the laying hens being lost.
The building destroyed was one
measuring 110 feet by 40 feet, of
three stories. About eighty thousand feet of lumber entered into its
construction, and it was u well built
place, put up in a substantial manner
in keeping with the thorough way
in which tbe ranch has been run.
The building housed at the time of
the fire six thousand laying hens of
whom only five escaped alive, flying
through a window. These, as Mr,
Brown says, deserve to be marked
with a blue ribbon and allowed to
live out the rest of their natural lives without fear -of the axe. Just
how the fire started is unknown, one
theory being tliat a spark from the
wood fires blew round the building
into a window and ignited the dry
contents. All the stoves In the
place were found in order, properly
checked, so that it could not have originated from overheated stoves. It
seems that the fire started at the up-
p;t p.-.;t of the building, bi;} when ¥
got a good hold of the plate, nothing'
could be done to stop the conflagration.
About eleven thirty Friday evening, Mr. Brown reached Fort Steele
from Cranbrook on his way home,
and after dividing his load there as
is his custom before taking the last
stretch to the ranch, he set out for
home. He noticed the glare in the
sky. but did not at first connect it
with his buildings. Letting his Ford
truck out for all he could put into
it safely, nnd later throwing off the
load he bad on, Mr, Hrown reached
the place after the roof had fallen
in, and when nothing could be Baved.
Mrs. Brown, her mother, and the
help employed nt the place hod been
aroused liy Hie fire, which then had
n good hold on the place, but on the
side opposite to the house.     Earlier
in the evening Mrs. Brown had made
a  thorough   inspection   of   thi'   place,
und everything wns lefl in order at
tlmt time.
Iii addition to the loss uf thr hens
nnd the building, about $2,000 worth
of equipment of various kinds,was also destroyed, Including poultry nml
bee supplies, interior finishing lumber and some dressed white oak
lumber, etc., and other material.
Mr. Hrown plans to rebuild bis
plant in the spring on about the
same largo scale, but with some improvements, but it will be the late
fall before his ranch is up to the
"thousand eggs a day" standard thai
the place was known by. lie hoi
already placed orders for several
thousand day old chirks for spring
delivery, and will in (he meantime
get the new poultry house rea
dy to receive the hens wluMl iiinlureil
to that stage. All the insurance on
the plant aud building was cnrried
through the office of Martin Hros.,
of this city, and a satisfactory basis
for settlement was arrived at with
Mr. Brown by the Insurance adjuster
who went to the ranch from Calgary
on Monday,
Misfortunes nevei seem tn come
singly, and the day before thc fire
Mr. Brown suffered the loss of two
calves who were put into the barn
by mistake with the cows and killed
by them. A chapter of minor mishaps dogged his car on Tuesday evening when he intended to return to
the ranch nud finally compelled him
to remain that night in the city. 'On
the trip in to Cranbrook the day after the fire Mr. Brown states it was
tho first trip he had made from thu
ranch without a load of eggs for
three years. He now has less than
a hundred hens laying, which were
left from some culled out in the full.
Rev. ML A. Barton io Conduct
Meetings Here Commencing February 1st
gram put pjr,t (;a|a Event By Athletic
Association Draws
Big Crowd
the
■veiling concert
■ \i::itiit'ium, the
showed that it is
itsi'lf ji fine mus-
Ri
II,   A.   Harto
al
1st. in
byterla
plunini
I.,
Fi
nl  l:.
,'ith marked
tors writes:
lusting im-
ooh
h Hie !
A Methodisl
co operate c
year np. with Dr. Roi
Barton has just compl
iif meetings at Creston
success. One of the pi
"Mr. Barton has left ;
pression on this community."
Kev. T. Albert Moore, D.D., general secretary of the department of
evangelism and social Bervlce, writes
the following personal sketch:
"Herbert Arthur Barton was born
iu England, the si.n of a Wesleyan
Methodist minister. Before he was
20 he came to Canada to reside with
a brother. Soon afterwards he commenced preaching in the North West,
and subsequently removed to the U.
S. After successfully completing his
probation in the prescribed course of
studies, Mr. Barton was ordained in
the Methodist Episcopal Church, U.
S., and for several years served as
pastor in town and eity.
Having specialize'! in dramatic and
elocutionary studies, Mr. Barton was
engaged for some lime in entertainment and elocutionary work. Later,
lie entered the lecture field, where he
achieved great success as a popular
lecturer.
Soon after travel overseas, lie yielded to the call of evangelism. Since
1915 he has devoted himself almost
exclusively ami with great success to
this field. This work 'ins been carried on in Canada for several years
under the direction of the department of social service and evangelism of the Methodist church. He
has our unqualified endorsement."
The following press review is Illuminating:
*'Mr. Eoat&i .'.-*.-..      *:   ..',.<,  ,1 ,,*.<,,
.reitcment or make embarrasing appeals.    At each meeting he features
trong,    compelling   religious ad-
bec
eceiil  re-or-
as easy us
I
Hy thi' i|ii,
on at their Sunday
last week    at     the
I Homo Town  Hand
rapidly gaining for
ounced ical reputation,
npaign     its progress sim
bruury ganissalion has not
aptlat, Pros- if ii bad been back'
hurches are   had   enjoyed   the   -assistance   looked
they  did a   tor,      Hut   feeling   there   W08   some
1 mil      Mr. distrust held in the public mind to*
ed  a  series   ward bands thai hail been given us-
' sistance without keeping up their end1 forth mnny warm wonl
of the contract, the Home Town or- |    XhiH  wns  the   first
gniii/.ation, on getting together again  kjm| held in the Arena
decided  L
gram without any such assistance,. Iakating weather!, the cornlv
and there ure few after hearing the L |)0pu|nr attraction. The costumes
program put on Sunday last, who were varied and' Interesting, and tt is
will not admit that they are making j retrrette(| that the Herald is unable
£°°d' Ion account of unusual pressure this
Wednesday's   can
with a bang.    Ever.\
with  the  carnival   1
mclally or were over three hun
number of wliich
for their beuuty end
Home   Town   Band
scratch   and   its   perfo
ivai   went  over
one was Imbued
pint   and  thore
Ired in costume,
were   remarked
originality. The
was   up   to   the
Om 'in the plans of   Cava
Mr.  I.. N n onal  Boys'
Work v hleh compels him
i"  pa * ■ mi' k   on   the
Bth of Pi ■           11  1. ml   il ii,,' week
of the 15th, the committed in charge
of th.- I ither and Son banquet has
dei Idi 1   I ni the evonlng of
the   IJ
ley 11
will ni
Mr. Buck
1 a boys'
- - igc  thai
called
of pi
•1 be  Foi
Tl 1 11     February
ob 1 I            ■ *i
rl i  carried out
Bsibl 1 d.
.am   :lir -li  iheir pro-|aon,  and  being  favored   with   good|an)|
nl   of   its
this sea-
IB th will
Son week
is   far  as
in  Los kn\     • Streets
Three Abreast, Writes Mr.
B. A. fcioorhousc
.
pro
Is
whei
event
the
1 d.
Tho
which tin
ope
While the program they gave was
undeniably of a high order, it is regretted that the public did not see
their way clear to make the financial
return for the band a little more satisfactory. As it was, though there
was a very good audience present,
the band will do very little more
than break even on the performance
from the voluntary offering made.
The program included miscellaneous numbers that made for variety,
but all were well presented. The |
band In ensemble gave four or five
numbers, and in them all an admirable and spirited attack were apparent. A concert suite by Coleridge
Taylor made an admirable number
for the string trio composed of Miss
I. Bidder nt the piano; J. K. Chorlton, 'cello and Theo Padborg, violin,
and the familiar "Lost Chord'' as a
brass solo by the F'atcy Brothers, and
band accompaniment, was another
favorite number. Two somewhat
novel numbers, composed by Bandmaster W. A. Burton himself,
showed distinct originality, "Vesper Melodies," was an arrangement
of some incidents from tbe customary church service, while the "Musical Argument," was just what its
name implies.
It was an enjoyable program, the
more so from the fact that it was local talent, locally trained, and with
all iheir interests in Cranbrook. It
Is stated to be tin- Intention of the
band to put on another Sunday evening concert in about three weeks,
when an equally good program will
be presented, and the hope is ex-
pressed that it may be belter supported than the one on Sunday last.
Kiln
School
e asked when
Bt Father and
first event of
thentic record
co, R.I. Boys'
M.C.A., Wed
1. This brought
hers ami sons
St ver;,!   noted
T<
has
Thus began a
gone through
to Pacific, ln
. of Cleveland.
du
Evangelist and
elocutionist, who is coming to Cran*
brook to engage In an evangelistic
campaign in connection with the
Presbyterian, Methodisl and Baptist
churches, commencing February 1st.
empha
Ther.
with ear-
no excite-
BS,   will
t convi
meat, no hysteria, no surface-disturbing gusts; his appeals have gone
deeper,  they  have  been  soul stirring.
He is in many p  pi  ;   n remarkable
speaker. From the fust he has not
read' a single verse of scripture.
Every scripture lesson Is recited, oftentimes long chapters are quoted,
anil always with dramatic force and
power."
Mr. Barton has an engaging personality and very exceptional platform gifts, His dramatic ability adds
greatly In the foicefulriess of his appeal, as well as to the pleasure of
listening to hi> addresses, ,11c
not harp on one string, he riib
hobby ami has no fads. He pre
truth with freshness, but is a lov
the Old Book.
In connection with his evangelistic
work, Mr. Burton sometimes gives
dramatic entertainments of a high
order. It is hoped thai he may be
nduced to give an evening to such a
program during his visit to Cranbrook. A very cordial reception is
anticipated for him.
FIRST MEETING OF
CITY COUNCIL TO BE
HELD ON THURSDAY
The first statutory meeting of the
new city counc.I is to be held on
Thursday evening, when it is expected committees will be named by the
mayor, and other preliminary business will be cleared off the board,
ready for the commencement of the
regular monthly sessions. Mayor
Roberts has completed his slate of
Committees and states lhat he proposes to lessen the number of committees by consolidating some that
have previously acted separately,
One of the first official actions of
.Mayor Roberts was to call a meeting
of city employees in the council
chamber on Monday
hi
the la.
with fi
j Ther
ors tn
but Hit
yon   of   various
in ' 'ion*   to   fathers
her and become
in 1 companions,   Th'i
of   mayors  all, over
'■   tied   proclamations
ri mltfl
week to puhlish the names of those !
uppearing in costume.    That it war
BO   successful   is   gratifying   to   the
Athletic Association,  the  ollicials of
which have  worked  hard  in  the  in-1
terests nf sport at the link this year. |
The Amateur Athletic Association i tju, ;
wish to thank the many friends who l]gjc
so kindly assisted in making the car-!nuj0
nival a great success, especially the  ,Pf,sli
following business men who gener- \c\t\e
ously donated towards the event. W. nn(|
D. Hill; W. F. Doran; Frank Parks; \ he,u
Cranbrook Drug &  Hook Co.; Beat-1 y(1(U.
tie-Noble; Raworth Bins; W. H. Wilson; Fink Mercantile Co., and L. P.
Sullivan.    They also wisli to thank
the judges and ul) others in assisting
to make Crnnbrook's first Indoor
carnival a huge success for the boysj,.es.„
and girls. j t.„S(,s ,1.
Following is a 1st of prizes and in tov :
the winners in the several divisions: even in
Best lady, over  IS, silk scarf; Miss  ber, 11 • 1
Paterson. y   mull1
Best Gent., over  IS,    flash    light) tions  !■*
Scotty Emslie. j banquel
Best lady,    under    ] 8,    pair   white j wlthoul
gauntlets; Evelyn Bowley. jview, and re-dedicatlon of life.
Best Gent.,  under    18,    Waterman
fountain pen, Harland (Murk.
Best girl, under 12, pair house slippers; Enid Shankland.
Best Boy, under 12, pair boots, Douglas Patterson.
Comic: 1    The
Bridal Party—I.ady and Gent., over! t,jBj (•]
18, stick pin and box stationery,      eVenin
Girl, under  Hi,  white ivory  frame;
Gladys DeWolf, black cat.
Boy, under Ki, gold cuff links; Harry Heise.    (farmer).
The    judges    were    Mrs.    .Judge
Thompson,   Mrs.   M.   McCreery
Mr. N. A. Wallinger.
Miss Magee, Mrs. II. L. Porter and
Mr. Leigh assisted the directors by
taking the pomes of people in costume.
Mr.   and    Hi * ,    .\
who left  :      1    1
a three 1     ■
bre having
1. ■
letters wn iti
ori   maki
!    *      :■■     .
deal of the  C
much talki
Mr. ami Ml • VI
tie on Wednesduy, Dei
ier spending a •'- ■■■■ di
es ther,.      The n
from Seatth to Los A
pleted Ki fi- e
ihe road only al 01
I,om 1 a d     owing 1
. M. Roberts
j New Mayor
Last Year's Aldermen
'led For New Term, Al-
0 Former Aldermen
TRUSTEES ELECTED
1       be reproached
j   lack of interest in
1 High
then.   ,'-i.   .
Thai   ;
the    m .;■    i i
ah',ut    100   mill
Hie   uh, ',-   ■,..,
Angeles, waa
is good povei icnl
table   top   ,,;,-..;   ,   |    ■■  .
mountain  rangi     had I
ve   h ii dii g evei -   * . ■
cent, and   I
■ lent for may-
proclamations
lew idea, they
a] but in many
tnd everywhere
n America and
since Decem-
possed without) win
nal reconeilia- Ben
:   and   sons,   of  mil
.•Lings, sermons ted
of points of; ti\(
*
*
two-ioot rati
to thfl side,  bul
always ;
plows are •: - .
of course, 1;
nie—the
ie    !'*■ '.
-
ANNUM MEETING OF
BAPTIST CHURCH ON
THURSDAY LAST
l
church, tin
gram being
0.45.    " ■
dance of .
congregatio
Winnipeg.—Plans for a three million dollar power plant at Stave Falls
and a two million dollar transmission line to Winnipeg, have been completed for the hydro-electric system,
it was announced recently. No date
has been set, however, for the commencement of the work.
1 meeting of the  Bap-
ras  held  last  Thursday
lie ba sement    of   the
isiness part of the pro-
receded by a supper at
ery good atten-
of the church and
and ull enjoyed to the
Qndj utmost the bounteous supper provided by the 1:       .
The reports from the various department    of the church's activities  zed past, many j
which were received showed the work!Per hour. And cat
of the church to be going steadily The stretches of   I
ahead.    Ir thi four years of the pas-' .         (C01 tli
torate of Rev.  W. T.  Tapscott the'- — —	
The   ci
is   painted   v th   a
line, :. ai Ir .
own -    ■ ■  road;
ters on tha roa ; cu e
school, cor e, el . .
sible warnir s to
bo, I -v.
the way ,;,
of puncturt , not 1 I.     Om
car, a  beauty.
and right on the Of
course,  :t  waa  raini
trip ami greal r care 1
en.    I  wa-   .•-.;■
88   miles   per   hour.
through towns, ai
membership roll has increased by fif- led by the lupi
ty percent., ai d the financial reports  at  135, with
indicate an increase in gifts to mis-I of 80,     'li.''
sions during that period of a hunt!-, the  Sunday  g
red percent., while for all purposes, {during the pai
i inclui
I etc,, thi
1 over a
The tn
year ju
the   cln
rwtei
■■   ■
al ai
::■■!)!   fot   • 11
r year WC ■
building    improvements, j against $515,20 in the year previous.:
amount raised has increased IThis sum Included $123
rund ed end fifty per cent. I slonary purposes from   the
- tatement    for   the School.     The Wo   1
showed receipts to ele report showed receipt    in all of
all     sources  of $154.25, with  an  additional ,45
ullding fund  from the Ladies' Aid.
in   Thur.-day last.
1 vening, the in-
:. ran high, when
that the result
specially, might
count for may-
.' first took the
i V. Roberts pulled up
il half the votes were
e after took the
. : all)   won with a ma-
■ ■■. '•    M, MacPherson
thi   largest   vote,   al-
hi   city during
Alder-
liki wise again the
then very close
I ameron, W. J.
nlop, with J, A.
well ahead
don who was seventh
of Alderman
the surprises of
thirty-six be-
■ -A  candidate,
il thi  -.nue as last
was successful.   The
that J. H. Cameron
the  same  strength as
. the last time he was
;*■     - .-. didate.
•   ••  resulted in
I iisteet being re-
I airman  of the board
... again obtain-
■   in  Cue entire
I , .\*;ridge. a newcom-
■ commission, obtained
! majority.
ark  plebiscite car-
for the new coun-
.•.  hold to tht
■ had a three-
y, and this it
n • ites, Others.
■ the money
' •!■ p-.rk pur-
J hursday be-
,  .. ; leii-scite on
-*u    majority
fi'-■.'. It is understood,
are some on the
do not feel that the
ew  park site is
warrant going
the election were
.
FOR MAYOR
Robert., T. M  234
A   J. ... ...  188
..    59
        3
.    .    484
FOR ALDERMEN
for  two years,
next three for one year)
■
*
week, when everyone under the direct control of the mayor nnd city
council were present.    Very briefly
the mayor asked that the various em-]$S,244,17, including a
ployces  endeavor  to  co-operate   as collection of    1,108.57)     The report;     The  reports
much as possible with him in doing of the church clerk showed an ine- eminently satisfactory,
their utmost for the city, in order crease on the church roll during the of the harmony that is found within
that the best results and utmost har-' year of fourteen members, and the ihe church, and the ■   -o
ening of this   mony might prevnil. Sunday School enrolment was report- isting between    thfl    i
— church members.
MicFhcnon,   F.  M.
rink, J. P.
Cameron, J. H.  .
rir,wcr*.  W.  J.
Dunlop, J. S.
Geneit, J. A.
. T, 11.
<'arr, R- f
.  W. .J. ..
■    ■  *
322
. 299
269
286
. 285
262
22*3
. 195
145
..    C>
FOR   POLICE   COMMISSIONERS
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What The Legislature Did Last Secsion
By N. A. WALUNQER, M.L.A.
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ipefj. -     ;: ll
ductlons havo been i
tically all farm n
to thc I;/j:, catal
sued  by leading  Implei
nlei   ervino Western i   i     ■   i he . ■
ductlon wei,:  ii.',, el '■■ I on
ber  1st
Havo you ever noticed that the
man who kicks the most about hard
vork k tht on* who dots little of It?
Toronto. — Canadian sheepmen
wero generally triumphant at the 5th
International Live Stoek Exposition
held in Chicago, The blue ribbon for
a breeder's entry went to tho champion Southdown wether produced by
Cecil Stobbs, Wheatley, Onl. First
honors in the t'otswobl class went to
H, M. Lee, Ilighgate, Ontario, one of
whose yearlings was picked for th
international   championship.     P.   I1
Beforo making a concise report of
lhe happenings in the local house, I
would like to answer a question here
that has been asked mo so many times
which may also enlighten others who
may not havo the opportunity of asking; that is, why so many members
do not speak but very rarely, and
what good they are? Many members
are not speakers, but workers; in the
present condition of things, where
the political lines are drawn so strictly, and under the lash of the party
whip, unless a member is n natural
born debater, he does a subject no
good by talking on it. I have yet to
see a single vote changed by a
speech, no matter how good it may
be; it is when a bill is before the special committee that a member who
is conveisinit with the subject eon
make himself felt whether he is t
speaker or nol. This session, mini}
bills were altered from their origi
Htntus, in committee, before be-
does not often mnke a speech is no
proof thut he is useless; it may be
quite the contrary.
The usual ceremony wns enacted
at the opening of the parliament by
the I.ieut.-fiovernor, Hon. W. C.
Nichol. There being no speaker in
consequence of the late speaker being defeated at thc June election,
the Lieut.-Governor hnd to withdraw
big uwnrd for u pen    of    Cot8Wold'inK presented io tne nouse, uue en- until   a   new   speaker waa elected.
Iambs. Urtily tu those who know th* aubject This honor devolved upon thu mem-
matter und put their knowledge at,bor for Cojumbl i ling, .1, Buckham.
the disposal of the committee; this After thfl t.-G vernor hnd been
is just as useful us being a speaker, recalled, the hi u e was duly ami for*
but naturally does not show as pub- molly o] speech from the
licly. Government bills of course, dethrone wa ti"! and the L!eut.-Oov.
not come before a special commute ernor then retu I, Mr. Speaker t.ik-
and these are the ones upon which ing the chair.
memhers  interested   in   the  subject      fhe  ' extremely
can spread themselves    in    debate, dfeappo / not* forecn I
when  the  bills come  to  the  stage any Iation except]
where the whole house is in commit-;tj,(I  ,-..   , Iment and
tee nnd the bill is taken clause by.t|u. |,j|j to roi ti horse racing, and
clause, then the chance of the non-Une housi to -surmise   A few-
speakers occurs.   But every member j   nmcndmei
has his usefulness outside of his voting  power,  ami   because   n   member
Ailridiie, W. F.
. F. .
*
Total
FOR SCHOOL TRUSTEES
b Elected)
Dezall.  F.  H.
Jj-ckion, Mr*. Helen
H'-ndenon,  W. 	
328
153
:i
4K4
PARK  PLEBISCITE
., ii    ii t,   ,     .      i       ,■.-  .1 •"   Mil;-,   in   i ii      ii > ..i-i,   i.rnjii-
(ln.spi-11, Hamilton, Out., took off the » '
big uwnrd for u pet,    of    Cotawold'ln( ?""»"<««' lo thc hame< du«
Thc
lho bi
Eight
MeNlv, i,
P. M. Pal	
man, anil 1*. !'.
an official of th,
comiitivr Gngin,
Mr. II. C. Pei
Qoorgo wan nai
km.
401
380
276
16.1
<i
288
190
6
-167
.. of the pro-
polici  force, Birived this week
.     ;   i--   now   aug-
tenting the law enforcement Miuad
I  Kimberley.
Alexander Rennie,   in   the
-   i: ading Co.. pussed
hi:   homo in  Now Westmin-
!   *.. .lanunry 11th,
:   connected w-ith
Ol    , .oral WOOkj.
il arrangements
i.- provincial in-
Alliorla Dairy
n. The promo-
me-third of tho
vlnce and it is
pool will lie in
perulion curly next apring. PAQE    TWO
THB  CRANBBOOH   UK KAMI
Thursday, January 22nd, 1925
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FIRST   PRIZE
SECOND   PRIZE
$5(5.00     Woitingho
Super   Eight,    plus   20
amount   of   money
$30.00.
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Take a pencil and put down thc
numbers as you stroke them out,
then add them up. We would
suggest that you cut the chart
into dozens of pieces then check
them from all sides.
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One Hundred Free Prizes. This is
not a trick puzzle but merely n test
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Contestants  standing  from  Sixth  to
Fortieth will be given the choice of
$45.00    Bicycle    (Men.    Women,
Hoys or Girls), or a $45.00 Radiola
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$5,000 in Prizes
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Is there any merit in the puzzle fad?
THE  PROBLEM
The problem is to find the sum total of thc figures in thc two cjrc'cs, which, when
added together, represent the total number of miles that Canada's most powerful'
broadcasting station can bc heard. Every figure is complete and thc drawing is entirely free from tricks and illusions, but like a lot of other things, it is not ns easy aa
it 'ooks. Figures range from two to nine, cadi standing alone thus, two, throe, four
five, six, seven, eight, and nine. There are no ones or cyphers in the chart. The
tops of the sixes are curved, while the bottoms of the nines arc Rtrai^ht. Ey looking
at any figure carefully you can easily tell what it is. However, to pick out all the
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skill. This is one of the most attractive figure puzzles that has ever boen produced,
and U would be worth while to solve, even thourh no prizes wore offered. In the
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correct solution. Accuracy and palicn-c arc thc main factors for arriving at the cor-
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will solve the puzzle best.
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popular pastime, prominent men
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in it.
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most compelling instincts, the inherent desire to solve mysteries and the
natural impulse to attempt that
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We are doing our part hy giving
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solving an interesting puzzle but also nn opportunity of winning a very
valuable   prize. There  are  many
ways and methods used in solving
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different ways and sincerely hope
you will try ono of these
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$265.00  RadioU  Regenoflex,   plus   twice  thc
• mount   sent   in.
$60.00   Radiola   Three
A,   plus  the amount
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THIRTY.FIVE
$5,000 in Prizes
No One Knows Correct Answer
To make sure that no one knew the exact or correct answer to the problem, or
how many miles CFCN can bo heard, Mr. JI. W. Wood, president of the united Far-
mors' Association of Alberta, Mr. W, M. Davidson, member of the legislative assembly, also editor and publisher of thc Calgary Daily Albortnn, aud Mr. ,1. 1. McFarland,
president and managing director of thc Alberta Pacific Grain Company, Limited,
kindly consepted to erase one or more figures from the puzzle chart. This was done
at different times, consequently no one knows just what numbers were taken out.
Notes of these figures were made by Mr. Davidson, Mr. McFarland and Mr. Wood,
sealed and placed in n safety deposit box, wliere they will remain until after the close
of the contest.
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of the figures. After the contest ir. over, tho judges will inform the Contest Department just whal numbers they arued, These numbers will be subtracted from tbo
origin"! correct answer, thus giving 'lie present correct answer.
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THE   CRANBROOK   HERALD
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l NOTES I
i   YAHK   CAMP   ?
Mr. Jim Fraser is u veteran logger at camp nineteen, and he is at
present engaged in dispensing sand
on hill 70, as a regulator for letting the loads down from the upper
levels, while the teamsters are dependent on his for the safety of
themselves as well as the horses under their control.
Mr. Alex Pol-rout, contractor, who
hails from the granite hills of New
Hampshire, where he first learned
the rudiments of logging, in Hie early days, says that a greal change has
taken place with regard lo food in
tbe lumber rumps. In years gone by
pork ami  beans and HOUrdough  bis
cuits formed the staple items of the
menu, which was calculated to supply brawn and muscle, while to-day,
pastry, fruit and vegetables galore,
as well as a variety of,meats are to
be had on the average table, where
the critical eye of the lumberjack is
uver alert to partclpate therein.
Mr. John Sturma, formerly of
Roumania, who has been in the service at camp 19 as sand monkey, left
his job on Monday and departed for
Cranbrook, where he will take a vacation for some time.
Joe Dufinie, of camp nineteen.
passed through Yahk on his way to
Cranbrook to receive medical attention.
Mr. Harry Hyfold, a recent arrival from the shores of Norway, contracted a cold while al camp 19, and
was a sufferer from iiOUralgla for a
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When Yon
CALL AT YAHK
Do not fowl to visit llio
:: Paul Nordgren Store
','       Oa Main Road, near brldgo
J '   New   Shipment,  of   Sea.onable
Good.  Always Arriving.
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and Rooms
YAHK, ll.C.
Opposite Qarage, Near Bridg-i
Comfortable itoonis with
Cafe in Connection
We Solicit Your Patronage
A. Hjort - Prop.
THE
NEW HOTEL
Yahk, B.C.
J. MARKLUND, Proprietor
When In Yalik make your home at
THE NEW HOTEL.
This Hotel is new from bottom to top.    Twenty-five nicely furnished rooms. All are clean
and comfortable.
RESTAURANT IN CONNECTION.
time.    Treatment by the attending
physician  at  Vahk  has   relieved  the
malady.
Mr. L, Maprath, of Cranbrook,
formerly a sub-contractor in the
Yahk timber area, is reported about
to return to Yahk to a^ain take up
his vocation. Mr. Magrath is a capable woodsman of the old school, and
is well up on woods activities according to present day standards.
Joe Matoin, a native of Riga, Russia, lies been assigned in the work of
porter and fuel administrator at
camp 111, Yahk area.
Mr. .Jack Lister, (the village black-
smith), is leading the .strenuous life
these days, and although not much
on avoirdupois fulfils an inward desire to deli vim1 the goods in warm
packages, bo hii customers say.
Mr. ('. E .Wilson, of Nolson, repre-
Bontlng the Manufacturers Life ln-
surnnce Co., was a visitor in the
Vahk district during th past few
days, and reports buuinesi as Improving in liis line,
Mi; Hector Cowio, auditor for the
Yahk  eaitips,  was  around  delivering
| pay    cheques   during   the   week-cnil,
land is always a welcome arrival.
I     Mr.   Alex   I'erront.   sub-contractoi
(under   Mr.   Weatherheail,  has Opi
up a new camp anil will employ   i
eral  men  for the remainder of tlu
winter season.    Mr. Tony O'Don 1111
will function as cook.
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I IS THE PLACE TO EAT.
*   IVIill,.  Help Hill)'  In employed.
| You will find tills Cafe u Homey
I     Pluce to Enjoy Vour "cm.     \j
| ALEX. 1IURKY   .   I'rop.
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LAUNDRY WORK
Call: QUONU   CHONU
^     Opposite  \V.  I).  Hill's Store
5   11     ARMSTRONG    AVENUE
QmJULIL-iJIJUL*.
Miss Hattle Auger, of Eholt, B.C.,
is spending severul days visiting at
the home of her sister ami broth, r-in
law. Mc. and Mrs. A. Chrlstenson.
Mr. and Mrs. Crawford, *'f Winnipeg, spent a day in Lumberton last
week on business connected with the
Spruce Mills. Mr. Crawford is a
member of the < rawf.. id- Lock hurl.
Lumber Co., of Winnipeg.
Rl       TORE SKI
■  rAKES
PLA IRUARY3&4
lis  annual   Winter Ci m , ,     ski    Sport
■ iiampions, and
inequalled, hus
bed    ..    position of
i  ■■•-.' * ,1 security.
asm and sup-
■  *:     i rection of a
- il ition size, with
irling   ii e,  Bpecta-
*.   accommodation
ig i us, up-to-date
* quipment,   and
iiities unequal-
been
noon
been
■re it
been
alton
y the
Haiti
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! ENJOY   A  WEEK   OF j
• WHOLESOME   FUN at the J
BANFFfflNTE"CARNIVAL
IN THE CANADIAN PACIFIC ROCKIES J
FEBRUARY   7th   to   14th,   1925     |
EXCURSION^FARES
PROM ALL STATIONS IN ALBERTA AND
IN BRITISH COLUMBIA (RKVI-LSTOKI- and EAST)
For roughs take half ;i tea-
Bpoon of Minimi's internally
in molasses. For sore throat
ond chest heat nnd rub well
into affected parts. For cold
in head heat and inhale.
iMinant'i unci quick relief        -W
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General Change
in
Train Service
Effective   Sunday,  January   11,   1928
Times  for Trains nt  (.'ranbrook will I
be:
Wotbound; No. 67.
Arrives   12.05  p.m.   daily;   Leaves
12.15 p.m. daily.
Eastbound: No, 68
•Arrives  4.10   p.m.  daily;     Leavei
4.20 p.m. daily.
CRANBROOK - KIMBERLEY
No. 823 Loaves 7.05 a.m. Daily ex-
Sunday. No. 824 Arrives 1.10 p.m.
CRANBROOK - Lk. WINDERMERE
No, 822 Arrives 3.30 p.m. Wednesday A Saturday. No. 821 Leaves 9.00
a.m.  Monday and Tburaday.
(Pacific Standard Time)
For furtlier particular? apply to any
ticket agent,
J. E. PROCTOR,
District Passenger Agent
47-50 Calgary
Tbe  hockey game which  had
scheduled for lust Sunday after
between the married and single
u-us postponed because of the
this district. The Ice had
brought around to a point whe
wus in the best condition it Itm
in so fur this season. Jap W
is the sponsor of an idea whercli;
the fellows nre donating u
imull amount to pay for the services
of one of the mon to keep the ice in
condition.
A new implement shed is in process of construction under the supervision of Mr. (J. (!. Hunter. The
shed is to be 1(1 x !)K, and will have
room for fourteen sleighs or wagons.
The shed is being built near tbe
burn unci not a great distance from
the blacksmith and machine shop.
The regular bi-monthly meeting of
L.O.L. 2915 took place last Tuesday
evening in the Lumberton Club
rooms. Seven members were advanced in the work of the order und
a number of applications were received and accepted. The lodge has
has a remarkable increase in the
membership for the size of Lumber-
ton and has even passed some of it.-
neighbors in point of membership.
in spite of the fact that this town
hus not the population of some of its
neighbors. After the conclusion of
the work of the order a social and
refreshments were enjoyed by the
members, the refreshments being under the capuble hands of Worshipful
Master K. A. Cook.
I Mr. Fred Adolph spent severul
'days of lust week In Lumberton on
i business.
j Mr. and Mrs. N. Cruigie were culled to Nelson on Tuesday of this
[week because of the serious illness
Uf the former's mother nt that place.
The regular weekly meeting of the
Lumberton Club was held on Wednesday evening of last week in the
club rooms. The evening was spent
in playing empire whist which was
followed by a luncheon. Six tables of
cards were in pluy. After the lunch
was disposed of the remainder of the
evening was spent in dancing. The
committee in chnrge of arrangements
this month have decided to postpone
the social gathering this week because of the dance wliich is scheduled
for Tuesday evening, which is being
given under the auspices of the management of the Banff orchestra.
1..!
ll
1
ii,   the  result  of
\.
.*! adaption for
'
li   u i.Iiii.m of tin*
1
eq *. 'ements, il is
'*■
■in* utmost ha.-*.
...
in thla ri irinl, und the
	
|   lunibla given
■ :* ii quality basis
hi offering of
A
..'   Wlll   In*  nn  ii
mi
ni--.   A cordial,
in*
" ii   welc e  await.
.ISII'il-
rj 3rd nud 4th,
I.,*!    **
Itlonn uf youth-
ii! ci
i beyond expectations.
Jr*.
"re  in effect mul „
;,l
ii* promised.
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W i N D E R M E R E
5 NOTES
I t" tiie Herald)
Invi ■        . ,   B.C.,   .Ian.    1-1. -   Tli
(,ili:-' gave a fancy dress
'I'1"" I    •-!,'.   hall,  Athalmer,
Iil*;      ■ Kiel    'a.::;   certainly   the
tt't'' ■■ n.        Every person
I"''  '   '         •   i'   an   uiK-niuli-
1"''' i i   ,   i!t corations were
;"i; I ■ . ic of the orches-
"'"  ui ir  I Held  was per-
i'"'1  ' hm.    Financially, the
n":'1'' ;     ' Wi 11 also. Amongst
those ■ .    .:., is due are the
MImi . nd   Effle Turnor,
Annie  •  '     , and the many ladies
who !..: ',. , i and aided. Those
lvin' ii ■ re Mrs. 11. B. Gore,
Mr. Prank Richardson,
; -Mrs. A. B. Cuth-
M. Sandilands, as
t;  Lewis Bell,  us
Oilier  noticeable
>-   Miss  Sinclair as n
oi   caste;  Geoffrey
' b< y; Effie Turnor as
■   ' achon as Spinning
th  r Taylor as a Ghost
re Skivlngton as a wo-
arly Victorian period.
FEBRUARY 3rd, 4th and 5th
Will This Year Set- The City  of
REVELSTOKE
Stage The Biggest
Winter Sport Carnival
that city has ever attempted
Their famous Ski-sport event has, on a basis o( merit,
this year expanded and reached a point where a
Winter Carnival will be launched
With every adaptation naturally, and artificial addition,
supported by the wtyld's finest talent, exaggerati       I
S^i-sport is imj ible as staged
SPECTACULAR AND COURAGEOUS
It will again be presented on a par with former years,
and the erection oi a splendid Skating Rink, the finest
in the interior, brings about all that is required to place
this   event   on  a   guaranteed   basis
REDUCED RAILROAD RATES are in effect i ,. i i'.R. lines
nm! visitors will be-well repaid, no matter what distance they
iiki\ travel. 48-49
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ALL CIVIC OFFICES
IN FERNIE FILLED
BY ACCLAMATION
Fm- the
nie Free Press)
second year in succession
Fernie lias
iad no election for mayor
ami olden
n ami for the first time
in man
■■•:.- has had no election
Cor : ■ . ■
tive office to be filled for
TICKETS ON SALE
February 6th lo 12th
GOOD  RETURNING  TO
February   16th,   1925
NO END OF OUTDOOR SPORTS
For     Further     Information    Ask
The     Canadian     Pacific     Agent
G. T, MOIR
Cranbrook, B. C.
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THE WEATHER BULLETIN
Official   Thermometer   Reading!   At
Cranbrook
Max. Min.
January   8   14 1
January   ll   U r,
January  10   31 I
January 11   2(1 5
January 12   23 11
January 13   18 7
One of the two things a yountr girl
thinks about 1., the man she might go
with next.
the
Rl I ii officer Moffatt, fullow-
ing llu- close nl' civic nominations for
mayor, aldermen, police commissioner and school trustees, held in the
coumil chamber on Monday last, announced that there had just been
Bufflclonl M i linations filed with him
to fill th. vacancies in the various
departm, nl and consequently there
was no necessity for a poll.
Tin- following are those nominated
and ■* '..* quently declared elected to
Fernie's civic administration for thc
year 1021!
M ■■ J. S. Irvine. Aldermen.
—VY. M. I lichen, li. A. Kerr, Andrew
Lees, Ii. I. Markland, E. K. Stewart,
Hal     .   Tully.    School Trustees.—
Wm  lui;.! fh, Alfred Cummlngs,
I.. S. K. Herchmer, R, .S. Phillips.
Police Commissioner,—(1. tl. Moffat!
eroune
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Insist on BAYER TABLETS OF ASPIRIN
Unless you see the "Bayer Cross" on tablets you are
not gelling lhe genuine Bayer product proved safe
by millions and prescribed by physicians 24 years for
Colds
Headache
Pain
Neuralgia
Toothache
Lumbago
Neuritis
Rheumatism
Accept only "Bayer" package which contains proven directions,
lland.v "Bayer" boxS ui ll iaMetB—Also bottle* «f 21 nml 100—Druggists.
A-iiirin I* Un- tml* nutk lnnl»tprfd Id Canidt) of Ukjtt UinufietUN »f M-uhhm lle-
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tbat Aiplrtn sues** Hijar raaiiulit-tun-, lo «w>t«t It* |miUI<- imIiioI iiiitimUm*, Ida TablAtti
set mssM f—nry will |« iiinrrl *Uh limit §***m trmks au-u, i'.« 'n«j« Uw."
OREGON RANCHER BUYS
COLUMBIA VALLEY
RANCH FOR FUR FARM
Afti i tho United States
In oarch the right kiml of property foi "1 ir farming," II. S. Sutherland, of Portland, Oregon, has just
concludi * . . of 1240 acres
of land in tho heart of thc Columbia
River Valley, through thr natural
resourci ■    enl   of   the Cana
dian Pi . *. here.   The land
is sitimii! al Spilllmachene, forty-
live mil. south of Golden, on the
Wind ranch of the Canadian
Paeilie Rail ...*. and embraces 340
acres of wamp land suitable for the
di'- ' he muikrat and bea
ver  Industry.—Vancouver  Province.
In connection with the above item,
the upper Columbia Valley is natural
basin for mu krat and henver, trappers having taken groat iiuantities of
these furs in former years. Musk-
rata nn* 'ill very numerous in this
section, hut the beaver hove been
fairly well thinned out and the governmenl has been protecting them
for several years. It Is not known
what other animals it is thc intention
to rain.
I
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J Cor. BAKER & VAN HORNE J
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Cafe
BowneiB Building
BAKER  STREET
Opposite Parks & Co.
IS
NOW   OPEN
TRY   THE   ROYAL   FOR
GOOD A1EALS      ::
Mrs.  M.   R0WE
Proprietress
Mount Baker
Hotel
30 Newly Furnished Rooms,
All with running water ( Hot
and Cold) seme with private
baths,   some   with   shower
bath?
BAKER ST., CRANBROOK
Only absolutely first-class fireproof Hotel in the city.
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THERE'S   JOY
in dining at a Restaurant where
things are kept Immacalate, the
service prompt and the food exceptionally ta?ty and wholesome. That's why you'll enjoy
dining here. Our daily menu
always includes many delightful dishes.
VICTORIA CAFE
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CRANBROOK CARTAGE & TRANSFER CO.
TOWRISS & ROBERTS
Agent* for Hard and Soft Coal.    Distribution Cars a
Specialty.   Excellent Warehousing.
SAND and ORA VKL
OPPOSITE CP.R. DEPOT
Telephone 63        .:.
CRANBROOK, B.C.
P .0. Box 216
I
Crouton. Local   apple   growers
packed and shipped '.2l~i curs, or 226,-
000 boxes of applet thla Heimon.   iio
carloadfl were lent ta Great Britain
and one i" Kow Vork.
Winnipeg Mother Finds Ideal
Remedy for Colds of Children
A Vaporizing Salve which Relieves Colds Over Night
and Croup in Fifteen Minutes. Nothing to Take-
Just Rub It Over Throat and Chest.
Motlirrs everywhere will b,- Interested
in the experience of Mrs. \V. Butterfldd,
627 Carydon Ave., Winnipeg, Mail.
Mrs. Butterfldd IriKl the new external
remedy for colds. Vicks VapoRub, M'hen
it was'first introduced in Winnipeg and
writes:
"My three-year-old boy, William, became very sick with what seemed to me
like a pneumonia cold accompanied with
indigestion, lie was a very sick boy for
two weeks. One nii:ht 1 prew alarmed-
he breathed Hi quickie and was so restless. I tubbed him with Vicks VapoRub
and the result was quite gratifying. He
breathed more easily and 1 was able to
gel a little sli ip inv'ill. The next two
nights I again nibbed him with Vicks
with still better results and he became
as bonny as ever.   I surely appreciate Muter William Hiitterfield
Vicks  VapoRub   and   shall   use  and
recommend it at all limes." or chest, Vicks has a twofold action.
Vicks is jjst as good for adults. It is Internally it is inhaled as n vapor and
tbe direct treatment for sore throat, at the same lime, externally, al "tl<-jl
luisililis, IkoikIuIi-s, catarch, head ur like a liniment. Thla double action Hi
omtl attte.   Wm* mfatatt-19J*W tlSMti-1— BBS to live immediate teliel. ft-UlE    FOUR
THR   CRANR1HHIK   II ft HA Lit
Thursday, January 22nd, 1925
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I       REPAIRING
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initted that since the school board are
owners of the block, though it is not
over, it is not likely that there would
made of the property without the city
ting due warning. As
though there are some wh
the present I
yet deeded!
be any use
council get-
things stand at present, |
think that this block is1
| The Satisfaction that good work
worth   many   tunes
what  you   pay
gives
is
RAWORTH Bros:
C. P. R. WATCH   INSPECTORS
1 MAIL ORDERS GIVEN
PROMPT ATTENTION
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never likely to bc used for scliool purposes, it needs j
only to be understood that out of the eight new!
rooms added on to the Central school two years ago,
there are now only two left vacant. There is already I
an agitation to add the fourth year al the high
school, which would in all probability mean a fifth
room, so that there is no prophet iu the land wlm
can say just what will be tlie situation three or four
years from now.
Whatever the policy of the new council may develop into, it is a good augury tliat not only tlieir
friends aud supporters, but those who also were not
in sympathy with them are now expressing themselves as willing to assist tbe new mayor and council with tlieir backing as much as possible.
CIVIC PRIDE
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of Canada
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j The Sun Lift' Assurance Co., of
Canada firBt came Into existence in y
'1871, ami from that time up to the
j present it has enjoyed a wonderful
; period of prosperity. It is the stron-
I gest evidence possible of the faith
land trust that people have had in the
Sun Life, for its tremendous growth
places it to-day as the largest life
Insurance company    in    the British
Its business lias always been C
ducted along conservative lines, ami
tlie proof of the success of the policy
followed by those entrusted with the
investment of iis Immense assets is
evident from lhe fact that in little
over fifteen years iis total assets
amount lo over $240,000,000.
The agency for the Sun  Life  foi
HEAD OFFICE
MONTREAL
ASSETS
Two Hundred Million Dollars
you can rest assured
tbe Cranbrook herald
PUBLISHED EVERY
W A. WILLIAMS
THURSDAY
It,   I'OTTlOIt, B. Sc.   jt
BubbcrlpUou Price 82.00 Per Yeur
To United States $2.50 Per Year
Advertising Hates on Application, Changes ot Copy
for Advertising slmuiii be hunded lu not later than Wednesday noon lo secure attention.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 22nd, 1925
X<> LACK OF EXPERIENCE
* nplllS city lias no pride in itself; in ntany il i- just
I  1    «'1 p'«ce where there is a job—and that's all.
*■        This was the trenchant remark thrown out rc-
?) cenlly by a resident who has labored long and often,
?  in behalf of public enterprises tliat were really nut I
his business any more than anyone else's. The subject of public spirit was under discussion, and the
opinion which generally found favor, was that Cranbrook was lacking   in   what    someone called civic
pride.    In just what that peculiar virtue consists,
there is much room for discussion.
The cynic says that thero is no such thing; that
ill a matter of dollars and cents. That there arc
many folk in the city who take no pride in the standing of the stores in the city is apparent from thc
number who are willing to send away to Winnipeg,
or elsewhere, for a purchase in which they may save
a dollar and often in doing so sacrifice a dollar and
a half's worth of quality. Sometimes there is a real
tangible saving, with the result that the local merchant has just that much more difficulty placed in
his way to meet the obligations he has iu paying
help, taxes, rates, and other charges that the mailorder competitor does not have to meet in the same
proportion.
Hut civic pride is not all a matter ol supporting
local business enterprises. It may be taken to mean
a desire to assist in anything that tends to make the
city more attractive as one's home town. If il is
a good tiling to have live and active churches in the
city, then it should he the goal of their supporters
to see that they are everything they should bc. The
same applies to lodges and organizations of all kinds.
If they justify their existence, they are deserving of
support, and in withholding that support there is a
lack of public spirit.
This is very forcibly brought to mind by thc exceedingly slim support given to the band at their
NEW B0NSP1EL CUP
IS  DONATED  BY
LETHBRIDGE BREWERY
WITH a city council composed of six men, everyone of whom has had municipal experience and
presided over bv a mayor who has had seventeen
years uf municipal executive experience, the affairs
of the city of Cranbrook ought to be considered in
safe hands lor the coining year. Elected to lhe
council are two former mayors, each one of whom
has served three years at the head of the table, supplemented by other periods as aldermen, and of the
other four aldermen, all have had from one to seven
years experience. Thc composition of the school
hoard remains the same, so it can scarcely be said
that .ue men in charge of the city's affairs lack experience.
Looking ahead into the coming months, it would
seem that the first big work of the new council j Sunday concert. For two nights previous people
should be to adjust the water situation so that there [ from all over the district had crowded the hall to
is general confidence in the outcome of the lu'^iliear a company of entertainers who had established
work recently undertaken to augment the city's sup- a reputation in their program. That it pleased limply. It is no secret that there are many who lack: versally is generally admitted, aud that it appealed
faith in the work which has been carried out in j strongly to the public taste was also evident from
connection witli the diversion   from Gold Creek, and the encores given.   The following evening the band
ridg*
ed a
(bi
The belli
have presei
petition in the t'
tion   Bonspiei,
first prizes for te
0 Herald)
Breweries, Ltd.,
new cup for com-
iw'a Nest Associate! are supplying
years. The firsts
are minaline cups that go to each
member of tlie v. inning link. Hlair-
more and Bellevue clubs will be supplying 12nd, 3rd and 4th prizes iu this
event.
The Macleod tn phy is being dropped from competition play. This
leaves the grand challenge supported
by Cranbrook, Ihe Magrath suppor-
takon
I Say in
large district fn
k is the natural <
vr by Air, V
Lake,   B.C.
of   the
in which Cro
entre, has be.
W. Adolph .
Having been
ent of the East Kootenay district for some twenty years, Mr,
Adolph is thoroughly acquainted with
his territory.
In the course of a few years he
believes that lie ean build up a large
business that will be highly satisfactory to his company, by adding a
large list of patrons from the people
of this prosperous district, which has
all the prospects of becoming one of
Uie best in Western  Canada.
V. W. ADOLPH, Distrlrt Agent
CRANHKOOK
ASW.V.V.V-V.V-VMVWAV
Ottawa.—Exports from Canada to
the United Kingdom during the pasL
twelve months show a marked increase over the figures for -the pre-
ted by Lethbridge, the Trites-Wood I ceding twelve  months,  nnd  imports
supported by Fernie, ihe International supported  by  Pincher Creek and
thc Brewery supported by Blairmore
and Bellevue.
Thc bonspiei this year is at Fernie
ami the first draw will be made im
mediately   after   the   arrival   of  the
westbound train
Fernie has n :i
arc wonderful h
to win bonspiels,
Tliey expect a
Lethbrldge will I.
sent with at least three rinks.
en January 19th.
e sheets of ice nnd
ists and know how
good turnout, nnd
ie aiming those pre-
from thc United Kingdom have fallen off somewhat when the two 12
month periods are compared, according to a bulletin issued by the Dominion Bureau of Statistics. During I
the twelve months ended October last
exports to the United Kingdom were
valued at $;!fiU,17;l,Gii0, us compared
with ?3G,08.1,y'.iG in the preceding 12
month period. Imports from Great
Britain during thc past 12 months
were valued at $149,249,717. and
during the preceding 12 months at
$116,106,856.
U'Ac lb.
-    25c
Special Bargains For
Careful Buyers
ON   SATURDAY
Choice Pot Roast Beef
Choice Boiling Beef 3 lbs. for
Grain Fed Pork
-    -    .     28c lb.
- -      30c lb.
22c to 25c lb.
-    35c lb.
- -      25c lb.
-     -      -    35c lb.
Leg Roasts,
Loin Roasts,
Pork Shoulders
Choice Leg Mutton
Choice Shoulder Mutton
Choice Loin Mutton
Mr. Editor.
Permit me through your paper to thank the
ratepayers who saw fit to support me in the recent
civic election. I can assure them that I appreciate
their endorsement and it is my intention to give them
the best service I possibly can both in education and
their finances.
Dairy Fed Veal
Choice Spring Lamb
P BURNS & Co. Ltd
Phone 10        ...        . Cranbrook, B.C.
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I HAVE YOU HEARD THE LATEST?
in tin1 preliminary steps taken to change the Slaterville system. Nevertheless, when a good deal of
public money lias been spent as in this case, it is
essential tliat tlie confidence of the ratepayers be established in tiie outcome of the project under way.
The matter of power rates is another question
that can stand further treatment. The city can
Well afford to drop the rale charged for industrial
current very close to cost. The increased con
sumption resulting would still keep this department
at a profit, and the lighting current could still be
relied upon to bring a handsome return to put the
best appearance on the balance sheet. Cheap current is thc best advertisement for any town and at
the rate thc city is purchasing it, Cranbrook can well
afford to make a big attraction out of it.
The park question is somewhat clouded as to
its future, especially as it would appear that the aldermen are of differing opinions on the matter. Opposed to those who think the city would be making
no mistake in taking over the Baker estate is the
view that it is not in the best location for a park,
being too far away for the people who most need it
to make use of the place. Others state that it is not
so much a park as a children's playground that thc
city needs, and it would be better for the city to cooperate in laying out the present park site for that
purpose. The location of the city auto tourist park
enters into the matter, and while the objection to
putting any more money into thc present site is that
thc city does not own this property, it must bc ad-
F. H. DEZALL
occupied the stage, with an entirely different class
of program, but one no less meritorious, if thc ridiculous and the sublime can be placed side by side for
comparison. The local talent wliich has developed
the band into a really first class organiation was not
asking the public to put up a steep admission price,
it merely asked the public to give what it felt like to
the support of thc band. To those behind the organization one-quarter of thc returns from either of
Ihe previous nights would have been satisfactory—a
half would have heen beyond their wildest dreams.
But the comparative valuation the public placed on
the two undertakings was well over a dollar a piece
for the outside talent, and about seven and a half
cents a piece for thc band's efforts. This is indeed
placing a severe handicap on the better class of entertainment, while not in the least denying that both
the popular taste for lighter entertainment and the
more solid kind that is unfortunately often termed
the classical must be catered to. Both should have
their place in the life of any community. But it is
a pity that thc support accorded to them cannot be
better balanced.
lt is poor encouragement to those who have
worked long and faithfully to train a band that the
city can be proud of, with no expense to the city, to
be given such a reception, and there are others wdio
ran tell the same story. The wonder is that iu the
face of such discouragements there are still to he
found people who arc willing to carry on just for the
love of it, certainly not for what there is iu it.
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T W E N T Y
YEARS  AGO
Fxtrmta   irom   the  Issue  of
The Cranbrook Herald of this
Date Twenty Ycare Ago.
(in was in thfl city this week check-
UK "ut E. ll. Small tlie retiring cus^
offlcor here, and installing Mr
$IHorry White, hie successor here.
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Ur. nn'' Mrs. O, W. l'atmorc, who
were married on the 2Sth ult. nt London, Ont., havo arrived in the city
to take up residence in Mr. I'ntmore's
house on linker hill.
I "THE ORIGINALS" IN
"STEPPING OUT" DRAW
CROWDED HOUSES
Rev. Mr. Beerham,      of      Christ
Church, has received in invitation to
go to a Vancouver church, and will
probably
shortly.
A. Mellor,    Marysville    merchant,
With a program quite in keeping
with their name, "The Originals" in
their new revue, "Stepping Out,"
scored a distinct success at the Auditorium on Friday and Saturday
nights of last week. The hall was
be lea.-ing Cranbrook veryl^'H filled ouch night, and a noticeable feature was the large attendance from out of town points. From
the lively singing   of   thc   opening
.■was in the city this week, and states scene, to the last number on the pro-
it h u.pcctcd the new smelter there j^ram, the grand opera burlesque on
wil) blow In nit March 1st.
The Imperial Bank has purchased
the old post oflii-e corner from R, E.
Beattie, and will take possession as
Boon as a new building can be put up
fnr Temple ton's Drug Store, who aro
occupying the plnce.
the familiar banana song, there was
not a hesitating moment in the entire offering of "Tho Originals." It
was largely burlesque always rich in
humor, while sandwiched in between
I wero serious items that showed the
j audience that the "Originals" had
more than mere nonsense in their «■
I want to thank the Electors for the very generous
* support given me at the city election last week. I
appreciate it very much.
I do not think that I can promise to strive and
work more than I have in the past, but you may be
assured that I will do all that I can to improve
Cranbrook and district.
I believe that we have a good town and district
and that if each and every one will help we can make
them better, so let us get together and decide on one
aim, one purpose, and by unit)' of effort we can accomplish wonders. There is bound to be a division
of thought in most things but there should be no division on an effort to better our own condition.
Yours sincerely
J. P. FINK.
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To The Electors
OF  CRANBROOK
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We Always Have It in the Form of Anything Musical 11
Let lis Liiok After Your Musical Requirements
Easy Terms on Columbia Grafonolas.   Trade in ynur old (.raf.
un a New "Columbia"
COMR AND LOOK THEM OVER
Columbia Console (irafonola  $100.00
Columbia Upright .Model (irafonola
with nun-set automatic stop $-85.00
Also Every Other Model
HAIL COLUMBIA!!
Let'. Be Up.To.Datc Get 'Em While They're Hot
PATEY BROS.
Next to Bcnle & Elwell Opposite Post Office
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1925    Co-Operative    1925
YOURS FOR SERVICE
fo
GRAPE FRUIT, each ....
JAP ORANGES, per box
CALIFORNIA CELERY.
HEAD LETTUCE, each 	
BRUSSELS SPROUTS	
I'EEK  FREAN'S BISCUITS     ■
LIPTON'S TEA, Ned Label	
LIPTON'S TEA, Tins, Yellow Label .
  ISc
 $1.00
 25c
  20c
  Mc
TRY THEM
  80c
 $1.00
HEINZ  BULK   PICKLES — SWEET   MIXED, SWEET
CHOW, AND DILLS
SOAP CHIPS, 5 lbs. fur     $1.00
Cranbrook Dist. Co-Op. Soc.
Phone 104 Phone 104
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The Cmtomn Inipoctor from Nol- portolro,    Particularly was thin ap- ly-
parent in the prologuo mid opllogu-s
to the satire "Heroes" where there  2
was n poiKiuint lesson for the public I $
nt large,   "The Orlglnali" are fortu-||
mite in poueulng three female im-i-*
pcrsonutors of the calibre of Qono 2
Pearson.  Leonard  Young uml Alnnj*
Murray, nml the extremes they pro-1*
sent in the persons of Mmliune Helena anil the Duchess on the one hand
and Mudume Fifl Poulettc   on    the
other go all the way from ravishing
loveliness   to   haffKish   hiileousness.
Thc singinK of Madame Helena was
one   of   the wonderful accomplishments of the  evening, and it was
hacked up hy some other pood .sin-tr-
inff and dancing numhers from the
men characters in thc company.   Thi
entire program quite upheld the rep*
utation of the Dumbells in this eity.
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Toronto.—One of the big surprises of the International Hay 4 drain
show, held at Chicago in December,
was the winning of all thc five places
awarded for yellow field pens hy Canadians.   With only ten of the thirty
entries in thc class from tlio Domnion
farmers und spectators did not expect Canada to clean up so thorough-
OF  THE   CITY
Ladies and Gentlemen:
I wish to thank you for your generous vote of confident ■(> at the recent Civic Elections, and I will endeavor to promote thc best interests of the ratepayers in
the management of municipal affairs.
Yours sincerely
J. S. Dunlop
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Card Of Thanks
To The RATEPAYERS
of the Cranbrook School District:
their
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por.t and influence in the recent election fnr School
Tin* result achieved mi my behalf in such a short
must gratifying tn nie, ami 1 look tu tlie future with
onficlence.   Again thanking you,
PRESBYTERIANS !
READ   CAREFULLY
Tlu- federal executive of llu- Presbyterian Church Assocln.
tion hus appointed provisional Committees und Boards for the pro-
Bocutlon of Un.1 ihe Missionary^ Educational mul Benevolent work of
tho church.
Thoso Committees nud Boards will he replaced liy permanonl
bodies when the Qeneral Assembly uf the Prosbytorlnn Church moots
and reorganises on June the 10th, and the work of tho church will
continue without Interruption.
The provisional Homo Mission Committee wishes to assure
Ministers, Missionaries nud members who remain Presbyterian, thnt
full provision will bo mado to assist them in their work, where assistance is necessary.
THE CONTINUING PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH WILL
MAKE IT A FIRST DUTY TO ASSIST THOSE THAT MAINTAIN
THEIR LOYALTY TO THE CHURCH OF THEIR FATHERS, and
will provide as ndequnately as possible for the following:
1. Tho.se congregations that remain out, and find their membership
depleted by reason of some of their members entering the uir'oti.
2. Minorities in concurring congregations thut may desire to continue in the Presbyterian Church.
.'I.    Mission Fields and Augmented Charges thut desire to remain in
the Presbyterian Church.
Weak Congregation! and Minion Fieldt lhat remain out of the Union
need have no fear of the future.
INSIST ON  HAVING A  VOTE TAKEN  AND COMMUNICATE
THE RESULT TO
The Presbyterian Association of British Columbia
123 AGNES STREET NEW WESTMINSTER Thursday, January 22nd, 1925
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! NEWS NOTES \\
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three
Games of curling are now being
m played between the concentrator and
% town, and are proving an interesting
""pastime for both teams.
meeting   Of   the   newly   formed
d nf trade was held in the school j
house on Monday evening.    A number of matters of Importance were
discussed.
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REBEKAH LODGE
OFFICERS INSTALLED
AT LAST MEETING
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COMMUNICATION  J
W. M. An-
iii- in Klttlbi
Don't forget Urn line Ton in Chat-
son's storu, Friday afternoon, tho
28vd, in aid ol' Uio Union Church.
Cume and enjoy yourself tor half an
hour.   Next door lo posl office.
thi
Mrs. Geo. Kennedy wai
of hor daughter, Mrs. W
on Wodnosday afternoon.
Mrs, E, li.
ed nt bridge
Mu
Hi,, guosl
mtortuln
onlng.
Mrs.
guosl. her
provinces.
Peter I
Bister
Mr
Styles of
.1   of   till'   <
Trail, was
i few ilnys
s as her
prairie
il, was  in town
IYIimi Vim filial, ul liiHiinint'e
— Coll lip —
BEALE & ELWELL
Crauhrook &  Kimberley
Sole April t.i far Klmliprlor Townsite*
W. R. ROSS, K.C.
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Etc.
CRANBROOK
and KIMBERLEY
NISBET & GRAHAM
Barristers, Solicitors, &c.
Offices: Imperial Bank Bids.
CRANBROOK. B.C.
OFFICES at KIMBERLEY
IN K. of P. HALL
Open Every Wednesday fr-nn
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Thoro wero ii
s iii town lasl Fi
young lads bei
juniors
to II.
Tho
ma.ii,
up   a
iln. hockc)   game
■ 1,,-v girl wi ro nol
ih, I,,,, , nlthough
fight, bul Cl
lho honors, 1!
* bunch of
light when
Cranbrook
a
Tho Installation of offl
Maple Leaf Rebekah Lodge, No. 19,
took place on Wednesday evening,
January 1 -1th. 1925, the officers being Installed by Sister A^nes Drew.
P.K.G., D.U.r.   Tho now officers for
f
ng
List   your   property
witli Martin
2Stf
Tho In
Uu- home
Won
of Mra. Copt. V
:! was received
is week that Mr. Phi
,1 so well, and had
ko  lo  his  bed  ,'ll'ait:
mini in liis leg not
should, Mis friends
speedy recovery.
ok inei al
ride,
Kimberley
ougeon was
ti forced to
vlng to the
oling up lisle wish him
DAN'S TAXI
Cranbrooit ■ Phone  534
— Trips Anywhere —
— Prices Reasonable —
Special Trips Arranged
Cars for Hire with or Without
Driver
MARTIN  GROS. PAY FOR ASHES
Kimberley senior hockey team got
the surprise of their young lives on
Friday night when they were defeated by the Wycliffe aggregation in
the lumber town, the score being 4-
1. It was a very cold, windy night
and luck seemed against the boys
from thc start. Tbis is the first loss
the local team has encountered this
season.   Mr. H. Piper was referee.
A number of townspeople motored
to Cranbrook on Saturday evening
to sec "Stepping Out." Several of
the company were guests of Mrs.
John Dickson hero lieforo leaving
for tbe east.
Before deciding on tliat new building or that repair work* see Geo. R.
Leask, the Pioneer Builder of Kim
berley and Cranbrook 18t
WYCLIFFE NOTES
Just by way of proving that "while
there's life, there's hope." the local
hockey sextette took the ice against
the formidable Kimberley team here
on Wednesday night of last week,
ami slam banged their way through
to a -l-l victory over their hlghl;
touted opponents; thus the expr
slons   of   "invincible,"   "unhealable."
etc., as applied to the mining town
crow musl go by the board into the
land of pipe dreams where they belong. (Editor, please n«de). There
have, since tlii- game, been allegations thnt the affair was "cooked,'
that Kimberley "threw" tlu- gumu,
The only obvious reply lo these insinuations is that those who make them
lid not see the game, for it was a
.•lean cut, hard fought battle all the
way. that allowed no alibis or excu-
at the finish. Not expecting to
take the winning end of the score
column, the locals took the ice determined to fight every inch of the way
and at the end of the first period
their attack had netted them the first
■al  of  the  game,   while  the  hardworking defense had turned away the
pposing forwards and left them
scoreless. In the second period the
locals again made their mark while
keeping Kimberley on the zero end.
The third period saw two more goals
scored by the home team, and likewise the one point that saved the
visitors from the brush. The writer
in all fairness cannot single out one
individual on the local squad deserving of more credit than the next
man, all giving the best that was in
them, and the fracas called for pleii-
ty of effort on their pnrt, for five of
them went the entire gruelling distance without relief, while Kimberley worked in their three subs frequently. For the visitors, Rochon,
Lafortune and Peever showed to the
hest advantage, the four counters
that got by the latter in no way detracting from bis usual excellent
form in the nets. The teams:
Wycliffe Kimberley
Crowe   goal   Peever
W. HUFFMAN,  Chiropractor
*
*
lodge are as foil
Lillian P. Hill
Florence   Punt I
A. Liddieoatt. P.N.G
M. West, P.N.Cl., 	
H. Campbell
[•:. Plotcher   .
Madge Keer .
W. M. Patton.  I'.N'.r
C. Wolfer. P.N.G.,
K. Sadler
A. McCallum, P.N.I
T. lleivson
Sis. A. Brown
His. Maliel Finley     Insiile Guardian
Bro. Manning Outside Guardian
Banner Hearers — Sis. Nettie John-
son. P.N.G.I Sis. G. Higglns, Sis. J.
Keniiessey and Sis. E, Derbyshire.
Bro. Johnston ..       Degree Captain
Y- Sis.
Sis.
--foble Gninil
Vice
*., Rec. See.
.... Fin. Sec.
Treasurer
Warden
Conductor
Chaplain
H.S.N.G.
L.S.N.G.
R.S.V.G,
L.S.V.G.
P.G.
9c  PER  HEAD  FOR
Editor,
Cra,
Dear
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THE BAND
Herald,
given
Town
FIFTEEN POLICE
CASES  HEARD  IN
MONTH OF DEC.
Ko. of Persons arrested
No. of Persons summonsed
Total 	
Nature of Offences:
Supply liquor to minor ..
Intoxicated 	
Permit drunkenncbS   .. ..
Sell liquor
Purchase liquor on others permit I
Supply Hquor to Indian           1
Vagrancy         5
Allow animals at huge    1
Non support of wife             1
Total    16
Disposition of Coses:
Paid fines     8
Dismissed      1
Allowed time to pay     I
Serve time    U
Ordered out of city     1
Ordered to support     1
Total    lfi
Monies Collected:
Pines   2211.50
Pound    ...     10.00
Inspection fees       2.00
Total   $2115.50
I have the honor to ho,
Gentlemen,
Your obedient servant
DAVID HALCROW
Chief Constable
KIMBERLEY
(Over Kimherley Hardware)
/Mondays, Wednesdays &
Pridnvs
10 to 6
And  by   Appointment
CRANBROOK
(Hanson Block)
Tuesdays, Thursdays &
Snttirdavs
11 - 12and2-5
Alio by Appointment
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Jones 	
Mitchell   ...
\V. Staples
II
I E. Staples
T
* 1. Johnson
* \V. Johns,,!
Piper
ijihe satisfaction
?! tutors Included.
ford's   Gill
    Griffiths
  Slawter
Lafortune
  Blumenauer
.Mills
def.         Mussel
Rochon
■efereed the game to
of everyone,  spec-
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
nf Canada, Limited.
OFFICES, SMELTING AND REFINING DEPARTMENT
TRAIL,   BRITISH COLUMBIA
SMELTERS AND  REFINERS
Purchasers nf Oold, Silver, Copper, Lead and Zinc Ores
Producers of (iold. Silver, Copper, Pij; Lead and ZlltC
"TADANAC" BRAND
What Should You Know
About Building A Home?
I Two Sawdust League games that
have been played lately, have made
drastic changes in the standing of the
'team.- in that organization. On Sun-
! day afternoon, upon receiving the
j news at the eleventh hour thnt the
Cranbrook league team would not
arrive for tbe scheduled game, the
Bearcats ami All Stars hooked up
in a lively battle, front which the lather emerged on the joyful end of a
: ifr-2 store, hut not until two overtime
periods hail been played. However,
this game put these two teams in a
tic for first place. On Monday night
the lowly Radiola tlnn ventured to
do battle with the fighting Bearcats,
who were Itching to wallop something or somebody and regain their
lost laurels, Thr Radiolas, however,
were nut sn accommodating, proceed
Ing to df everything they weren't
expected tn do, and after a furious
mix-up they found themselves feel
ing a good deal like the Boston
"Bruins." The "friends of the air
had won their game 4 to It. True
enough, this column is netting to
hmk a good deal like a hockey week
ly, more so with each issue, BUT, is
there anything more interesting to
the local readers? If no, please in
form your correspondent and w<
will proceed accordingly.
$1 Most Wycliffe people found it
J1 possible to attend one or the other
j of the two performances of "Step-
j ping Out," presented last week by
'Tlu- Oric; nels," and all who did so
; found  the  production presented by
You will want to know, before you build that
home, just what is going into it, and why.
This company aims to do more than sell lumber and other building materials. It is our desire
to satisfy your needs in such a manner that you will
be thoroughly satisfied during construction, after
your home is completed and in the years to come.
That is why you are urged to visit the office,
ask questions, seek advice and inspect photographs and plans of new home designs.
| The Otis Staples Lumber
COMPANY,  L1M1TIU)
mg.
\\\   H.   Wilson   and   Alex   Derby
of Cranbrook, were business visitors
in Wycliffe on Wednesday.
Opal Quick, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Quick, suffered an injury
while coasting on Thursday afternoon last. It was at first thought
that the little girl had suffered
broken rib but medical examination
proved thnt she was but budly bruised.
"Hockey Team wins Title in Selkirk
Loop," wc find the following gem of
misinformation in the Vnncouver
Province:
Cranbrook, Jan. 10,
Having won the game played this
week between the Kimberley and
Cranbrook teams with the big scoro
of lfi to '1, the team from the mining
town now holds the championship In
tbe Selkirk hockey league."
Someone apparently just came out
of a two years sleep, for in addition
to thu highly prophetic announcement thu Selkirk hockey league ceased tu be, two years ago, wid la wm, ua.M
one would imagine the district
knows, the East Kootenny hockey
league.
Station H.O.C.K.K.Y., signing off!
grel ti. report that the concert
last Sunday night by the Home
Band was far from Kong the
ial success wc hoped it would
al   count   of  each  coin
nil appear thnt out of
i   present fully half of
udience  contributed  not one
md   the average donation for
ming figured out at nine cents
per person.
1 would like to ask, sir, if you
know of any city, town or village in
this Dominion where unsubsidized
entertainment of this character may
be had at Buch a low figure?
fellow townsmen of tho hand
iiy titling thnt, if it is neces-
continuo paying out of their
■'net- for the privilege of put-
public concerts, then there is
wrong in our town" that
tu.-e a blush from every per-
Ig himself a citizen.
n Fact, a shame to have such
as this go forth throughout
liy through the press of the
j financial
G'-and ] be     By
and bill
the  -11111
thc   aud
cent, nm
the eveni
Yo
wn p'
ting oi.
'somothin
hmiM cnu
It is
ublici
the co
town, hut it
this med um
be presenter
That   the
ems that only through
in the facts In the case
of ei
lord
the Idei
on a S
saying-
itches
part of
take its i
its   fellow
ches for I
At tho
feels like
the   fash
hotter
the other
bumper
shows, foi
broad, mo
other halo
ually drag
oblivion w
est aud f;i
rior.
But, sir,
time, bettor
and that we -
red signal oi
up, and take
real prosper!
horse-sense,
Individually
Golden Rule
people of Cranbrok like
Ing a baud concert
indny evening goes without
the largo audience present
for that, And that a large
that audience is willing to
anjoyment at the expense of
v:    -well, the collection vou-
nt moment the writer
Ig this somewhat after
Yours   for  more  and
torts of all  kinds  at
How's expense; Yours for
ipport     of     out-of-town
Ign orchestras, Lethbridge
I order houses ami every
ul institution that is grading down into the mud of
int is potentially the fin-
rest little city in the Into-
I still have faith that some
judgment will prevail
f Crauhrook will see the
danger in time to pull
Ihe turning that leads to
y through co-operation,
aud the following out,
and  collectively of the
players have not been received by Secretary Lloyd Crowe of Wycliffe. and
this is questioned hy the Cranbrook I
Hockey League.
It was derided by this body th.i' it
were better to withdraw and bring
this matter to a crisis at this lime, so
that a repetition of tlie some would
not be allowed in the future, to the)
detriment of amateur hockey in this]
district.
We therefore wish to exonerate the
li. V. O. Elks from any unjust criticism which has or may be offered ag-
ainst this organization) because ofj
the team playing under their colors,   j
CRANBROOK HOCKEY LEAGUE,
C. W. Huffman, President,
II. E. Peacock, Secreary.
And That's That
He only
a time.
>dcl
of
Baby's restless nights
mi^ht be avoided
Scalded skin and oilier skin
troubles are common causes
,i  resili -Mn-.--,  aud ofleu
could Ik- avoided by care
ful  bathing  witli   Baby's
Own Soap.
It- tr igrant Inther cleanses nnd
ibv's skin, and ;*', pares
tort      id sleep.
"Biol feineu end Bait le."   u
-u
GRAND ICE CARNIVAL
McDOUGALL SKATING RINK
KIMBERLEY. B.C.
FRIDAY, January 30th 1925 at 7.30 p.m.
Parade in Costume:  Skating Races for Men, Ladies,
Boys and Girls.       Comic Items
Big Burlesque Championship
Hockey Game
Liberal Prizes in All Events
Kimberley Elks Band Will Be There
GENERAL ADMISSION:   including skating
ADULTS, 50c; CHILDREN under 12, 25c
"So Long, I'll See You at the Carnival"
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li   KIMBERLEY
I NEWS NOTES J
**************************
Mrs. H. L. Harrison, who has been
staying in Kimberley since just be
fore Christmas, left on Monday to
spend a few days in Cranbrook.
Mrs C, A. Foote'a many friends
will be pleased to lenrn that she is
able to be around again after being
on the sick list for several weeks.
R. JI. Ray, representing the Canada Paint Co., was in town from
Montreal on Monday, calling on A.
Mellor, the local agent.
The Kimberley Electric Company
are getting their store near Fisher's
corner well under way but will not
likely be able tu move into their new
lUarters before February 1st.
R, E. Crerar of the Kimberley
curling club, attended the bonspiei
at Fernie this week.
The Ladles' Aid of Kimberley Union Church nre holding a 25c Tea in
Chatson's store, (next post office),
on Friday, January 23rd. Drop in
and have n social half hour.
The Kimberley ladies' hockey team
are out to make some sensational
plays before the season is over, and
a challenge has been issued to the
merchants of Kimberley to participate in one of the most thrilling and
exciting games ever seen on local ice.
After the ladies have scalped the
merchants' hockey tenm und have
robbed them of their glory, the fair
but brave six may challenge the invincible players from the Consolidn-
ted Mining & Smelting Company's
ofllce.
Work on the big Staples building
Ih proceeding without any delay. The
foundation and ground floor are so
constructed as lo provide for n five
storey structure, but at present it is
likely that nut more than two storeys
will be completed this winter or
spring.
The plasterers have completed tbe
work on the ground floor of tho Bigattini building, and are now busy upstairs.
Mr. and Mrs. Woodlock have returned tu Kimberley after spending
a couple of weeks with friends at
Edmonton,
The plate glass windows placed in
the T, Summers building give the
front of bis store a much improved
appearance.
WHY THE ELKS TEAM DROPPED
OUT
Cranbrook, B.C.,
January 2<Uh, 1925
To Editor,
Cranbrok Herald.
Dear Sir:
Would much appreciate space in
your valuable paper to explain the
facts in connection with the non-
continuance uf Cranbrook "Elks" in
the East Kootenay District League
Hockey schedule. The B.P.O. Elks,
after receipt of a letter issued to the
various service clubs by the ('.A.A.A.
decided to enter a team under the
"Elks" colors in the district league,
this club being also responsible to the
Cranbrook Hotkey league, who in
turn function with the C.A.A.A.
Owing to the fact that Kimberley
has four hockey players whose status
as amateurs is questioned as to continuous residence ride of August 1st,
1921, which is laid down and agreed
to by the B.C. Amateur Hockey Association, the certificates    of    these
Mother!
Watch Child's Bowels
"California  Fig Syrup" is
Children's Harmless
Laxative
Week-End Specials
Fancy No. 1 Mac Apples ... - $2.50
No. I Ontario Apples .... $2.50
No. I Spitz Apples $2.75
No. I Delicious Apples
Soap Flakes, 5 lbs. for
Choice Sunkist Oranges
- -      -      -    $3.25
- -      -      -      $1.00
35c; 40c; 50c; 60c a dozen
John Manning
PHONE 173
OFFICE 93
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First (Iold Dust Twin— "Did
make a eleau-up?"
Second G.D.T. —-"No, Lux against
ihe pleasant taste of
Syrup"  und gladly
it even when bilious, feverish,
or constipated.    No other laxn-
Chlldren Ic
California   !■
take
Ick
Hve regulates the tender little how-
els so nicely, lt sweetens the stomach and starts the liver and bowels
without cramping ur overacting. Contains no narcotics or soothing drugs.
Tell your druggist yuu want only
thc genuine "California" Fig Syrup"
which has directions for babies und
cbildron of all ages printed on bottle Mother! Yuu must say "California" or you may gut an imitation fig
■yrup.
CHAMPIONSHIP
WRESTLING
MATCH
BETWEEN
G. (C¥CL0NE) THOMPSON
Of CHICAGO, and
JACK MILO
Light Heavyweight Champion of Canada
In The K. P. HALL
CRANBROOK, B.C.
Saturday, Jan. 24th
STARTINO AT'(O'CLOCK P.M. Doors Open m h..;o p.m.
Best Two Out of Three Falls
Good Preliminaries
Four Round Boxing Bout Between TED JONES of
Nelson, (133 lbs.) and JACK JOYCE, of Kimberley,
(133 lbs.) P AOE    SIX
THE   CRANBROOK   HERALD
Thursday, January i-2nd, 1925
mctbodist fl)urclrv- "•c-'"^ft
SUNDAY,
January
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Coming Nexl
VISITORS
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3oy Scouts Church Parade    JUI»01 choir    j
- Senior Choir
Week-Rev, H. Arthur Barton, Actor Evangelist
A.\D STRANGERS CORDIALLY WELCOMED
WRITES INTERESTINGLY
OF MOTOR TRIP TO LONG B.
taken through a tutor, nml iced, it
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DENTIST
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lull am      1 to I p.m.
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F. M.
MACPHERSON
Undertaker
Phone Wl
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JOHN GARD
PAINTER &
PAPERHANGER
Fall Line of Wall Paper
In Stock.
Store, Hanson Avenue
Phone 401 at all boon
CRANBROOK      .     .     .     B.C.
B.i prist COttrci)
Rev. W. T. TAPSCOTT
tUNDAY, JANUARY 25
11 a.m., "The Slury of a
Qreat Revival."
V..I0 p.m., "Joseph, His
Childhood."
The First of ;t Series of llio.
graphical  Sermons.
VOU   ARE   CORIHAI.LV
ISVITEIt.
LODGES A.M) SOCIETIES
WOMEN'S   INSTITUTE
Meeta   In  tha
fr-.l-'iSW!
K.   of   P.   Hali
afternoon ot tha
Orat Tueaday at
I p.m.
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All ladlaa are
cordially Invited
Prcidcnt:      Mrs.   GEORGE   SMITH
Ni.e.-Trninreri    Mrs.    llnlayaon
CRANBROOK GLEANERS
ANO DYERS
■vary Oarmaait aent ix, ub to b.
Cleaned or Dyed la (Ivan
Our tltmoat Care.
Our knvwledt-e of tbe bualnaaa
ll your aaauraace of aatlatactlon
hare.   Phone, and we wlll ci.ll,
ar bring ne your wort.
Wa Clean aad Dye Everything.
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1. O. O. I".
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CITY LODGE
No. 42
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LADIES' and GENTS'
TAILORS
— SUITS MADE TO ORDER -
CLEANING & PRESSING
Cranbrook SU «I>I>. Mt. of Com.
Montana Restaurant
Ktalf at AU Hoin
thm I,  l.':|an«taa  aad Caadlea
Oraa-kroog Hi,     ■     Phage Ml
Oil  Baaa ol Commana
L. D. Cafe
(Ltttla Daieaiort)
Whaa you wlah eacnathlng good
to eat go to the "L.n."
ANNOUNCEMENT
THE
Alberta Rooms
Van Horne St., Opp Fgt. Sheds
ARE NOW OPEN.
If you want a home that ia comfortable   ond  clean,   call  at   the
ALBERTA
Hot & Cold Wator on all Floors
SANDY    QRENUIK, Prop.
(I'mitlnned from Page One)
numerous, some 8 and 10 and others 16 to I* miles of perfectly
straight pavements without a bump
or hollow or even a cross road to
contend with. All the hotels on thej
way were clean, courteous places to
stay in.
Now, about the hundred miles of
gravel road—most of this is as good
as going to the Cranbrook golf links,
but some fifteen miles which was under repair, was like going on the
Kitchener road and worse, and took
two hours of hard drive to get over.
During the long journey we only pas- j
ied two golf courses, and Sacramento |
was the only one where players were
out.
•Several of the small towns have
notices at their entrances welcoming
motorists. Some of these rend as
follows: "Opportunity our only
knocker." "Your every drive in this
town is a baby dollar," and such like
witticisms. Every county has a welcome sign and a good-bye word of
cheer, with a "come again" sign as
well, making the trip somewhat more
interesting as mile wound off after
mile.
Ed, Hill told me that motors were
so thick in I.os Angeles that it was
no pleasure to drive. Tell him 1
quite agree with him, and the cars
were three and four abreast in
Loa        Angeles. Luckily        1
saw a garage, and pulled in to the
curb, left the car and told the gar-
ageman to come and get it and store
it for the night—that was 5.15 p.m.
He came across the road, got in, and
drove into his garage right opposite,
but it took him fifteen minutes to
make the trip, so thick was the traffic—why, Spokane is a village compared with Los Angeles during tho
rush hours. They even prohibit any
horses from entering the center of
the city, and no motorist can make
a left hand turn. Even at 8 a.m. next
morning the cars wore thick as bees,
Rents are very low this winter, as
there are 10,000 places vacant, in
fact, $125 apartments are renting
for $45 now.
The district of Long Beach is very
vory beautiful. For instance, no two
houses are alike in design. All tlie
streets nre wide, and paved, and
grass boulevards. All gardens and
lawns are well kept. This morning
I saw humming birds, larks, and
many other Canadian summer birds.
The seagulls and pelicans are common hore, and pigeons, parrots and
canaries, etc., plentiful. Aeroplanes
are always hovering around, I have
seen six to-day, and on Saturday
went by motor to the Aerial Rodeo,
whero aerial races, stunts, etc., wore
in progress. There is a beautiful,
sandy beach hore, 50 stops down
from the ocean boulevard to the
sands, and many beautiful shells on
tlie sea shore. We motored 25 miles
south last week, along the coast,
pavement all the way, of course, and
saw several movie studios—Goldwyn,
Al Roach and Lasky—then on to
Venice, where seawater canals are
running through the town. The roses, geraniums and numerous other
flowers I can't name, are all in full
bloom. The palms are magnificent,
with their wide-spreading leaves 20
feet long.
The only thing I don't like about
Long Beach is the water, it is too
luke-warm and murky, though when
Now, about the oil wells,      Greal
telephone
«t of tlie hills,
the surface of
w tlie surface
They are con-
sovoral others,
and very inter-
the ears so well
tall  derricks  arc  thick
poles on the lops of mo
as oil is found below t
the hills and  not. belo'
of the level ground
tinually  pumping  oil  into  the  huge
pipe lines which go to the refineries,
thence to the harbor for shipment.
Long Beach 'oil field is some two
miles to the north, so Is away from
the sea and eity.
Los Angeles has electric traffic
point police which state the words,
"go," "wait." "ship." ot regular intervals of time, each block working
in conjunction with
and it is a splendid
esting thing to watch
controlled.
Thc Recreation Club Golf Course
of IS holes is two miles from our
apartment, and for $4.00 per month
one ean play any time, each player
being timed out with a partner or a
foursome. The course has sand
greens, some on the level and
on the slope, and most of tha hazards are I ft, artificial bunkers. I
hope to see Mitchell nnd Duncan play
on January 2nd here, nnd on New
Year's Day we visit Pasadena's rose
festival, in which a five mile parade
of flower bedecked floats and cars
form a noted part of Iheir annual
rose carnival.
About ton of tho largest U.S.A.
ships of the navy are anchored two
miles off shore and with their searchlights at night and Iheir navy airship
and pianos by day, keep tourists like
us interested in their manouvres.
All the parks are beautifully kept
and have rather more equipment for
the kiddies than the Cranbrook Rotarians have provided for the Cranbrook kiddies, though none better,
They also have a small zoo in each,
where deer, goats, monkeys and birds
are displayed for the amusement of
the tourists. The public library has
the Vancouver Province, which I see
twice a week. There are two piers,
some sea fishing (or perch, bass,
mackerel, etc., and very many horseshoe pilches, where very keen contests are held morning, afternoon
anf evening. There are also courts
for croquo, which is a game somewhat similar to croquet but played on
a cement court, nnd more active—
great interest is taken in this game.
Then there is nbout one mile of midway on the seashore, at the town end
of the city, where dance halls, roundabouts, side shows and a great many
other things 1 had never soon, are
in evidence. An electric roustabout,
in which one sits in a chair and this
is driven by electricity from floor
and   ceiling,   and   by   steering   one's
self, you may or may not bump Into
lhe next chair, all of which are dri-
en about at random by the crosa-
urrents of electricity. It's a great
place for electricians. Every place
lias it, and gas, and the streets are
imply gorgeously lit up at night.
By the way. gasoline is 16c a gallon, and oil 30c a quart, Oranges,
15c a bucketful and fresh eggs 38c
a dozen.
MARTIN'S
MRS.
LETTER
!  i1 ***    BflANP
MAPORAIW,
Several (lnys ugo a letter
cnnie from Mrs. L. A. McGregor, of Now Westminster, bln-
ming the failure of local people
to luiy MinlO'in-U.C. goods for
a pari of tho unemployment,
This loiter brought ono from
Mrs. Georgo Martin, of Vancouver, who said lhat her husband has steady work in a factory that is kept going entirely by the purchases of local
Pacific Milk Co., Ltd.
Head Office, Vancouver, B.C.
Factories at AbboUford and Ladner
Lift Off-No Pain!
Does'nt hurt one bit! Drop a little "Freezone" on an aching corn, instantly thnt corn stops hurting, then
shortly you lift it right off with fingers.
Vour druggist soils a tiny bottle of
"Freezone" for a few cents, sufficient
to remove every hard torn, soft corn,
or corn between the toes, nnd the foot
callouses, without soreness or irritation.
POLICE CASES
LAST YEAR NUMBERED
217; FINES $4,157
To liis Worship Mayor Balment
and Police Commissioners:
Gentlemen: |
1 respectfully beg to submit to you
for your information and approval,
my annual report. Oil this department's activities dining the year ending •loccmber 81at,   1024,
I am pleased to be able to report
that there has been a considerable
falling off iu the number of cases
brought before the court. While this
may have meant a slight decrease in
revenue, W0 are amply rewarded by
having less persons of questionable
character in our midst, the number
of vagrants dealt with In the previous year being 74, as compared
with 32 during 1924.
A total of li i T cases were disposed
of, being 01 less than that of 1928.
Few crimes of a serious nature
were brought to our notice, nnd in
this we are to be congratulated, as a
wave of hold-ups, bank robberies and
kindred offences have been reported
from many centres.
Several arrests were mado by this
department for police forces in adjoining provinces.
Eighty-six searches wero carried
out in connection with the enforcement of the Government Liquor Act.
Recent amendments to that Act
provide for the infliction of fines
instead of prison sentences for first
offences, this will tend to relieve the
municipality in regard to the maintenance of prisoners, with the fines
accruing,
I 1 take this opportunity to thank
His Worship tlie Mayor and the Police Commissioners, also thc secretary of this commission for their co-
I operation and support,
I Thanks are also due the R. C. M.
'Police nnd Provincial Police of Alberto  and  B.C.
Appended herewith is a summary
of the various offences dealt with.
Number and nature of offences
dealt with during the year 1924.
Assault      IG
Theft      3
Vagrancy     32
Burglary      i
Disorderly   u
Receive stolen goods      4
Beat board bill      2
Indian   Act       3
Opium Act      G
City By-laws   33
Motor Vehicle Act     (J
Sell liquor     S
Keep for sale, liquor  10
Keep liquor where non-intoxicating beverages sold    5
Permit drunkenness on promises ..   2
Intoxicated  40
Sundry other offences, Liquor
Act         9
Prostitution          l
Forgery      j
Discharge firearms	
Wilful damage      8
Assault Police Officer     2
Obstruct Police Officer .  . ..2
Resist, arrest .     1
Sell  cigarettes to minors . .     1
Keep disorderly  house . .     2
Inniato disorderly house      I
Frequent disorderly house . 1
Non-support of family     1
Total     ... ...   217
GIRLS! HAIR CROWS
THICK AND BEAUTIFUL
35c  "Danderine"  Does  Wonders
fnr Lifeless, Neglected Hair
A gleamy mass
of luxuriant hair
\ full of gloss, lus-
^T   tro and life, qui-
^ \ ckly    follows    a
genuine     toning
up  of  neglected
scalps   with   dependable    "Danderine."
Falling hair, itching scalp and the
dandruff is corrected immediately.
Thin, dry, wispy or fading hair is
quickly invigorated, taking on new
strength, color and youthful beauty.
"Danderine is delightful on the hair;
a refreshing, stimulating tonic—not
sticky or greasy!   Any drugstore.
Monies Collected:
Fines nini I'osts 	
. $2
801,25
Toll Tnx 	
740.00
round Collections 	
288.60
Keep ol' Prisonors
7IJ.00
Inspection  Foes 	
2,'i.00
Total      	
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167.10
n. n.u.-ritow
Chii
1' I'c
nstable
Sainsbury & Ryan
BUILDERS AND
CONTKACTOK8
Ii'ntlmiilM Ol.eu tnd Work
Guaranteed
T-sltpkones MJ and UN
CRAXBKOOK      .      B.C.
E.tevan,—Blossoms of pnnsles ami
stems wore picked here on Dee-mber
1st. This may constitute a record
for December 1st in Saskatchewan,
j CLEANING — PRESSING
— REPAIRINO —
^MlttfcBSSgr
When Stomach "Rebels"
Instantly!   End Indigestion, Gas, Heartburn, Acidity
Correct  your digestion  and  quiet
your rebellions stomach by eating a
few tablets of Pape's Diapepsin •—any
time! Nothing else relieves thc distress of Indigestion, Gasses, Heart-;
burn, Flatulence, Bloating or Acidity
SO promptly — besides, the relief is ccnt Packages guaranteed by drug-
pleasant and harmless. [gi^ts everywhere
Millions know the magic of "Pape's
Diapepsin," and always keep it handy
to reinforce the digestion, should
they eat too much or eat something
which does not agrc with them.   60
The Great
Breafheable
Rem
25c£gx
\
■tt*™.
^irtBml
As Pcpa tublet3 dtB&olvti tn tho mouth, they
jivn off tho balsnmio iunir-hnaPn«r fumos of
the pino-TOrost. Thut. fumea ctviii.thcn weakened tissues, opon up tne cl. rged utr-tubOQj and
lorti.y lho whoie *:r.-t I ayatain in Winter
time.  Of druggists eirorywhflru. 2..c box.
The real danger is that wh»*n the
Cuticle or outer altin ii damaged or
removed the sensitive flesh is exposed to
the inflammatory action of the air and
to the poisonous influence of germs and
dirt.     The first  thing to
AVERT COMPLICATIONS
is to coat the flesh over with a thin
layer of Zam-Buk, which has great
antiseptic, purifying and healing powers.
Burns and scahis should be treated and
bandaged up very quickly. Zam-Buk
Speedily banishes pain, aliays ail inflammation and grows new healthy skin.
Zam-B.it: i* so reliable and so useful lhat il
b-libcen j;>:ly called "A Surgery in a Two Inch
Boi." 60c. bci. 3 fai * 1 -ll. dealers everyi-rhera.
amBuk
Ends PtiWtiMmSki*
Von Will Make Ko SllsUk*
In Ordering that
>EW SWUNG SUIT
OK OVEKCOA1
H. C. LONG,
The Tailor
Van Horne Street
Opposite C. P. R. Depot
Phone 41«     ::     Phone 411
LAND REGISTRY ACT
(Section 160)
IX Tlir: MATTER of Lots 12
nnd  13 of Block 7 of Lot 51,
Kootenay  District.
Proof having been filed in my office of tho loss   of   Certificate of
Title No. 3fl'15-A to tho above mentioned lands in the name of Herbert
S. Clark and dated the 10th of November, 1904.
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE of my
intention at the expiration of one
calendar month from the first publication hereof to issue to the said
Herbert S. Clark provisional Certificate ofcate of Title in lieu of such
lost Certificate. Any person having
any information with reference to
such lost Certificate of Title is requested to communicate witli the undersigned.
Dated at thc Land Registry Office,
Nelson, B.C., this 10th day of Decembei, 11124.
A. W. IDIENS
Registrar
Date  of  thc  first publication  of
this notice, December Hist 1924,
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TASTY FOODS
Carefully selected — prepared by Cooks who know how
— am] served to you in an
appetizing and appealing
way — is what you yet when
you dine with us. Prompt
ami courtous servce.
\CLUB CAFE
\ I'hone 165
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Milk and Cream
OIRECT FROM
Big Butte Dairy Farm
FHONE  1(1
WHY OPERATE?
for Appendicitis, Gnllstones,
Stomach nnd Liver Troubles,
when HEPATOLA does thc
work without pain  and no
risk- of vour life nor loss of
time.
Cnnt.iinsnopnlsnn.   NotsoMliyrtrufinlsH.
Mrs. Geo. S. Almas
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SASKATOON
■Mi   P«tel !'*>:.t BSccxtn
Bruce Robinson
Phone 295        T«-».|i<-r ol Minle P.O. llox   762
STUDIO — ARA1SIRONO AVENUE
Third House from Proibytorlon Church
ROBINSON'S ORGHESTRA-OANGES ARRANGED FOR
NELSON BUSINESS
COLLEGE
— LEARN TO EARN —
Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping, Penmanship, Spelling,
Rapid Calculation, Commercial
English, Commercial Law, Filing)   General   Office   Procedure.
Individual Tuition
Commence Any Time
New Term Now Commencing
P.O. Box 14-Phone 603
I'LL BE  DOWN V  N° L'1™1 LINtW
to w srooe  [ cause we don't
AT   tST    A    WAN,NA,*8E
O'CLOCK      / \ --ATE Thursday, January 22nd, 1925
THK  CKANBROOK   HBKAI.D
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LIMITED. O t
Barrel Oil Refinery for Cranbrook
CAPITAL $100 000.oo
VIDED INTO 10,000 SHARE*      $10.00 EACH
This Company can sell every gallon of Gasoline, Kerosene and Fuel Oil it can manufacture right here in and around Cranbrook. You know that the big profits of the oil
industry are derived from the Refining end. That is a recognized axiom of the oil industry.
This is the First Independent Refinery in British Columbia, and it is up to the people of
Cranbrook and the towns tributary to help in the building of this plant, and by so doing will
receive the big dividends.
The Ctty of Cranbrook has been chosen as the point at which
the refinery is to be built, as it is the logical place for a refining plant
due to the freight charges from Montana to Cranbrook and also its
being the wholesale centre of the towns tributaiy.
It is proposed to construct a one unit plant with a daily capacity
of from 200 to 300 barrels of crude oil, and to have it so arranged
that additional units can be added at small expense as the demand
for the products increases.
The refinery will consist of office building, power house, pump
house, shop, receiving house, stills, tar cooler, condenser boxes and
stands, storage tanks and all necessary equipment to complete a modern and up-to-date plant.
An exceptional opportunity to invest your dollars in an oil refining company that will be conducted along SAFE, SANE, CONSERVATIVE LINES that should result in the largest possible dividends.
1 his is a Real Opportunity, and one that you cannot afford to
turn down.— Read all about it now, AND THEN ACT.
The Oil refinery is the "CREAM SEPARATOR" of the oil industry—it is the "STAMP MILL" that extracts the "GOLD" from low-
priced crude oil. Do you want to share the cream profits of the oil
business?
It is estimated llial perhaps One Hundred Million Dollars and
maybe a great deal more will be realized from refining alone of the
oil that the present | iroven area of the Sunburst oil field will produce
during its total lifetime of production. It is our purpose to make for
the shareholders of the Cranbrook Oil & Refining Company, Limited,
as large a share as  possible of this great refining income.
Opportunity foreseen and taken advantage of in the right way
at the right time is the history in its inception of every great and useful business in Canada.
A SUPER PROFITABLE INDUSTRY
That the oil refining business is by far the
most profitable of all industrial enterprises is
a proven fact. To those who have never had
occasion to study the public reports, made by
operating refineries, the high profits made in
this business and enormous dividends paid
are unbelievable. However, it requires but
little investigation to convince anyone of this
fact.
Statistics show that the average refinery
operated continuously for twelve months, earned from 50 p.c. to 300 p.c. net profits per
annum, and many, under favorable operating
conditions have shown profits greater than
above. THESE EXCEEDINGLY LARGE PROFITS IN THE REFINING BUSINESS ARE THE
RULE, NOT THE EXCEPTION.
The plan of organization of the CRAN-
BROOK OIL & REFINING COMPANY, LIMITED, and methods of financing has been
carefully worked out with the purpose of protecting and insuring the interests of the investor first and last.
Tl.e CRANBROOK OIL & REFINING COMPANY. LIMITED, shall be built on East Cranbrook Street, south of the Canadian Pacific
Railway Company's main track, and operations shall starl in the building of the plant as
soon as the minimum subscription of $40,000
is secured.
THE CRANBROOK OIL & REFINING Co.,
Limited, faces a very promising future. Crude
oil will be supplied from thc Montana field,
and the exceptionally favorable freight rate
to Cranbrook has been secured. The company
is capitalized at $100,000, which seems extremely low, but is deemed ample by the company's officers.    The stock is divided into
$2.22 NET PROFIT
PER BARREL
Analysis Forecast of Earning Capacity of
Cranbrook Oil & Refining Company
Based on Recoveries and Prices Below
Gasoline 26 p.c. 10.92 gal per bbl. refined at .30 $3.2/M)
Kerosene 6 p.c.   2.52 ga\ per bbl. refined @ .24 .6048
Tractor Fuel
6 p.c.   2.S2 gal per bbl. refined @ .16 .40.12
(ins Oil     12 p.c. 5.04 Ral per bbl. refined @ .14 .7056
Fuel Oil 47 p.c. 19.74 gal per bbl. refined @ .04 .7896
Refining Loss .1 p.c.   1.26 gal per bbl.
Total 100 p.c. 42.00 gal per bbl.   '.. $5.7792
COST CRUDE OIL PER BARREL IN FIELD,
HAULING AND REFINING AND SALES
I Barrel Montana Crude Oil 42 gal per bbl. $1.25
Piping and Loading                 "         " .30
Freight to Couts              "        " .34
freight lo Cranbrook                 "         " 1.12
Refining and Selling                "         " .55
Cost   $3.56
Net Profit Per Barrel $2.22
10,000 shares of the par value of $10 each.
Only a limited amount of the stock is offered
to the public, and in order to place it with as
great a number of investors as possible the
company reserves the right to limit subscriptions. Prospectus and information will be
sent you on application.
This company has not yet obtained a certificate entitling it to commence business and
is not authorized to allot any shares or debentures unless the minimum subscription stated
in the STATUTORY information set forth in
the prospectus, is subscribed and a certificate
to commence business is subsequently issued
to the Company, under the Companies Act,
1921. ALL MONEY RECEIVED BY THE
COMPANY IN RESPECT OF THE minimum
subscription will, in accordance with the
Companies Act, 1921, be held in trust by the
Company, to be repaid if the minimum subscription is not subscribed.
Every auto owner, truck owner, tractor
owner and garage man in Cranbrook should
be a co-partner in the Cranbrook Oil & Refining Company, Limited. The business men
in the city realized that the building of a plant
here means a big help to Cranbrook, and the
big profits that are made in the manufacturing
of oils will all be spent in and around Cranbrook, and everybody will have the big benefit of the results. Don't wait, but get in to-day.
ENORMOUS CASH AND STOCK DIVIDENDS PAID BY REFINERIES
The is Companies listed below have p.'iid an average of 654 per cent, in stock dividends since their orgnnizat
per cent, Since these figures were compiled most of these companies have declared further large stock cash
consequent!) tlie MOST PROFITABLE side of Oil is REFINING,
ion, in addition to an annual
dividends. The AI1S01
cash div idend ol 51
UTELY SAFE, nnd
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ANGLO AMER. OIL CO.
CONTINENTAL oil.
cospln & co.
OALENE oil  co.
OHIO (III. CO.
PRAIRIE OH. & (IAS
Alio WEST REFININd
MAdNOLI \ PET'L'M
WATERS PIERCE CO.
i Irigiual
Capital
$ 8,000,000
300,0(10
300,000
8,000.000
2,000,000
18,000,000
6,000,000
2.450,000
400,000
Dividends I'd. in Cash   Present                      Name of
in Stock Annually     Capital                    Company
IOO p.c. 87 p.c   $10,000,000 SOLAR OIL CO.
<HH) p.c. 42 p.c.       3,000,000 SOUTH PENN CO
400 p.c. 51 p.c,      4,200,000 STANDARD OIL KEN.
50 p.c. 58 p.c.     12.000,000 STANDARD Oil. N.Y,
500 p.c. 37 p.c.     10,000,000 STANDARD OIL N..I.
150 p.c. 88 p.c.     27,000,000 STANDARD OIL CAL.
1,000 p.c. 30 p.c.     18,000,000 STANDARD OIL IMI.
250 p.c. 24 p.c.       6,124,000 SWAN & FINCH CO.
2,625 p.c. 25 p.c.     30,000,000 VACUUM OIL CO.
' Iriginal
Capital
500,000
2,500,000
1,000,000
15,000,000
10,000,000
25,000,000
1,000.000
100,000
2,000,000
Dividends
iii Stock
400 p.c.
400 p.c.
100 p.c.
400 p.c.
1,000 p.c.
300 p.c.
2,900 p.c.
500 p.c.
500 p.c.
IM. in Casl
Annually
46 p.c.
60 p.c.
95 p.c.
24 p.c.
7O p.c.
20 p.c.
50 p.c.
98 p.c.
22 p.c.
I'm m;]1
1 apital
2,000,000
12,000,000
2,000,000
75,000,000
100,000,000
100,000,000
30,000.000
500,000
15,000,000
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If the investing public believes with the officers of the company that BIG PROFITS are in the
fining and marketing of oil, and not in the drilling of wells, investors are invited to participate in the
financing of the CRANBROOK OIL & REFINING COMPANY, LIMITED. The shares are $10.00.
Investment of $100 in this company is no speculation but an investment, with all the promise of a
speculative investment .          _ ..._ 	
CRANBROOK OIL & REFINING COMPANY Limited.
CAPITAL  $100,000.00  ~   SHARES $10.00
Fully Paid  -  Non-Assessable Prospectus and Full Information Sent on Request
THE ONLY INDEPENDENT REFINERY IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
CRANBROOK British Columbia
USE THIS BLANK FOR YOUR RESERVATION
  192  ...
  shares of
hand you herewith
CRANBROOK OIL AND REFINING COMPANY, LTD.
CRANBROOK, B.C. Date 	
1 (we) hereby subscribe at $10.00 per share for 	
CRANBROOK OIL & REFINING COMPANY LTD. Capital Stock, and
Cash, Victory Bonds,money order, draft or cheque (mark which) for $ ...
in full payment
It is understood that this remittance is an offer made subject to yoi" acceptance.
(Signed)  (Print or write name plainly)
shares »io.oo each (Street)  P.O.Box	
FULLY PAID (City) (Province)	
NONASSESSABLE
Salesmen	 i>AOE   EIGHT
THE   CRANBROOK   HERALD
Thursday, January 22nd, 1925
HAVE YOUR OLD JEWELRY REMODELED
We are always ylad to give suggestions and estimates
"Sour old fashioned wedding ring can be made Into the
newest style at small cost
Your old style diamond engagement ring can be made over
into a modern Basket setting, showing the
diamond to greater advantage
— THE GIFT SHOP —
A.EARLELEIGH    -    -    -    -    JEWELLER
NORBURY AVENUE
Fur first class automobile repairs 1
and winter storage, see Ratcliffe & I5t
Stewart. 33tf Mr
■UN*. — On Thursday, January
at the St. Eugene Hospital, to
,iu! Mrs. Kirkp.itrick, of Klko, a
A   Correction
last   week's
infusion uf it
■ that .Mr
!!•'
By an ei
arising ou. of a conf
it was made to appei
derson of Jaffray, was a guest at
the Macdonald-1 lurry wedding last
Wednesday morning, when thc correct name should have heen .Mr. ami
Mrs. Wm. Henderson, of this city,
Valentine 1)
eaf Rebekah
nee, given by Maple
Lodge, Auditorium,
■y  19th. 4Stf
Wo repair Hot Water Bottles,
Rubber Footwear, or anything mado
of rubber.
WILSON'S VULCANIZING WKS,
42tf Crnnbrook
Ail Wool White Sporting Pull -
Over Sweater*, sizes 30 to 42. Ten
left.    Must go at cost price. Regular
price $5,75, to clear Saturday Bar-
gafn at $-1.00. Do not delay. (Jet
yours while they last.
MOFFATT'S VARIETY STORK.
It costs you nothing to try. When
ordering your bread to-morrow, just
ask for one loaf of City Bakery
Bread. 3Gtf
HOW LONG WOULD
QUARTER PIE LAST
HEALTHY BOY OR GIRL?
Local Kiddies Have Opportunity to Demonstrate at
Big Show Last Sat.
An attraction <>( an unusual nature
drew the children of the city to the
Star Theatre on Saturday afternoon
of last week, when there was put on
the anual pic eating contest in connection with a show for
the boys and glrlB, This attraction.;
certainly a red letter one In the eyes j
of most kiddies, judging by the big
crowd that attended, was put. on by
the Star Theatre and Moffatt's Variety store. The children enjoyed the '
picture program provided, included *
in which was a rattling good comedy,
and then came the serious business of i
the afternoon—the pie eating per-
formanco. Some tickets with mini-]
bers had ben given out, and from
these, ten (/iris and ten boys were se-
lected ti go --a the platform ami
show their capacity for consuming
pie. Husky qunrter sections of this!
familiar household delicacy were handed out uml tho race was on. In less
time than it takes to tell, it was all
over, such is the youthful fondness
for it.
The winners were declared to be
Albinn Haddad, girls' first; Mary Ro-
berts, girls' second; Hilbcrt Simpson,
boys' first; Alex. Dnlziel, boys' second, The girls received one dollar.
and fiftj cents, respectively; while
the boys' prizi i consisted of a hockey stick and a scholar's companion.
This novel event created endless
amusement and was a distinct success
from the standpoint of the youngsters, who ure ready for another any
time.
Mis. R. I'. Johnson, of Kingsgate,
'as in the city last week, visiting at
,e home of Mr. and Mrs. H. E.
eck;t, returning to Kingsgate on
undny after seeing The Originals
at tho Auditorium on Saturday evening.
Wo cany a full line ol Men's Worn-
en's and Misses' Shoes,
W. F. DORAN.
0... low prices win every time.
Sherwood Horchmi>r says that he
has already 20 rinks entered from
oui of town for the District Bonspiei.
This does not include Lethbridge,
where there may be a possible four
or five more. Sherwood says there
will he -1(1 rinks al least in the spiel.
—Ferine  Free  Press
The Kootenay Loaf made by the City Bakery is making a great hit among    the     lovers    of    good     bread,
Ofiii
eporl
ials of tbe attorney-general's
nent state that new drivers'
< will be ready for issue about
I. A Iter that every driver of
ir vehicle will be obliged to
a $1 license which he must
ith him at all times.—Fernie
s'  Shoes, gnodyoar welt, solid
leather insole:.      Sale price, sizes 8
to 10%, $4.25; 11 to 2, $5.00. at
A. STRANGE, Armstrong Ave.
Mr. J. Cassldy who has has been
,on!iiied to the hospital for the last
few days is now reported somewhat
seriously ill, suffering from what appears to be a form of stomach 'flu.
Friends of the family are earnestly
hoping that a turn will soon come in
his condition for the better.
The management of the Cranbrook
Hotel dining room is prepared to take
a limited number of boarders. For
special rates call or see Geo. Smith,
Cranbrook Hotel. 4Gtf
An Appreciation
I desire at this time to extend my heartiest thanks
to the ratepayers who loyally supported me in the recent civic elections. Although not elected, I still stand
by my record as mayor during the past year. For the
incoming Mayor and City Council I bespeak the fullest
possible support from the citizens at large, so that the
greatest possible benefit may accrue to the city.
A. J. Balment
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ARE YOU GOING? Well, I Should
So. WHERE?
ARENA SKATING RINK, JANUARY 27th
From 7 to 10.30 P.M.   SOME GALA NIGHT
Home Town Band Will Be There Too
THE (1VROS WILL WHIRL AND   IHI: ROTARIANS
WILL ROTATE
Don't fail to sec the largest and besl goalkeeper in Ihe West
We have thc mntcri.il right   here fnr the "Patrick" boys.
COME ALONd AM) SEE THE PUN
The Y.M.C.A. and thc Hi-^li School will play one of their regular schedule names between 7 & X p.m.   IT WILL
BL WORTH WHILE.   Promptly at 8 p.m. the
Big Boys will take the ice.  The dervishes
of Egypt won't have anything on this game. It
will be worth tlte price of admission alone.   While the
big fellows are getting their wind back between 3 periods
skating races will he promptly run as follows: un-.
der the auspices of the C. A. A. A.
1st Race: HOYS from I-I to 18 YEARS
HALL AULL, 8 lap- around the rink
* 2nd Race: (ilRI.S, 14 and over
J QUARTER MILE, 4 laps around the rink
•J 3i d Race, OPEN TO MEN :
* HALL AULL, 8 laps around the rink
t These races, it is expected will bc well contested and will not
£ bc decided until another open night in February, when suit-
* able cup or medals will be awarded along with thc champion-
t      sl.ip iu ench event above mentioned.   Entry fee of 25c.   All
* cntrlefl most he ill hands of Secretary by noon on the 27th.
I APMuoION: Men 50c; Ladies, & all under 16,25c
I       General Skating from 9 to 10.30       COME
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Broken Lenses | \  Cranbrook Board of Trade
Insure with Beule & Elwell.
BORN. — On Monday, Januury 19
at the St. Eugene Hospital, to Mr.
and Mrs. H. McLeod, of Kimberley,
a daughter.
Ask fur City Bakery Bread,
know you'll enjoy it.
We
4 SO'
Mrs. P. Gougeon returned from
the Const on Tuesday after staying
there since before Christmas with
her husband, who lias heen undergoing special treatment at the military
hospital, Mr. Gougeon has not made
the progress anticipated, and may
not be returning for some time yet.
Lumbering Concerns.
ers requiring the services
ness maker may write \V
Cut  Knife. Saskatchewan
-And oth-
of a bar-
Chlsholm,
48-60
F. W. Adolph, who iias now taken
up thi' work of district representative for the Sun Life Assurance Co.,
of Canada, loaves on Thursday to
spend a few days at his home, Baynes
Lake. While in the city Mr, Adolph is
making his headquarters at the
Mount Baker Hotel.
Brogue    Oxford,
Sale price $0.00
The Guardian
brown, all sizes,
per pair, all sizes, at
A. STRANGE, Armstrong Ave.
The high school pupils are embarking now on the publication of their
magazine, "The Viewpoint." in mimeographed form, tlie first issue to
appear this week. It will be produced in this form quite frequently,
nnd it is expected that thc interest
in the undertaking will he kept at a
higher pitch than evei- among the student body und those interested in
the high school.
We carry a rull lino of Men's Women's and  Children'*  Rubbera.
W. F DORAN.
Our low prices win every time.
Col, Lister, of Creston, Conservative member fnr the newly formed
riding bearing that name, was a visitor in the city last week, arid an interesting caller at the Herald office.
The colonel has many friends in the
city nnd was compelled to remain
over longer than he had anticipated,
succumbing to the fascinations of
curling when he wns invited to tbe
rink for a game. Having now he-
come inoculated witli the disease,
Creston may soon look foi' the commencement of nn agitation to provide n curling rink there.
Girls' Patent Leather Slippers,
Goodyear welt, sale prices, 8 to 10%
$3.00;  11  to 2 S.'t.oO, at
A. STRANGE, Armstrong Av«.
Mr. John Marsh, of Lethbridge,
who wns here for some days last
week in the interests of the Cranbrook Oil nnd Refining Company,
left for Lethbridge again on Saturday, being recalled by wire to attend
to some business there. It was expected thut Mr. E. C. Guilbault would
be here also, but he was detnined by
illness. Mr. Marsh expects to return
again to this city during the present
week. To the Herald ho stated before leaving, that he was quite satisfied with the prospects for the
company locally, and hud been able
while hore to arouse n good deal of
interest. He expected in n short time
to cull u public meeting for those interested in the project.
Specinl prices on now Bateries nt
Service Garage.   Phone 34 ltf
E. S. Shannon, munager of tin
Bank of Montreal nt Kimberley, was
in the eity on business Tuesday morning.
The Cranio.
Cluh will hold
on Monday, Ja
in the K.P. Hall, i
of Burns's anniversary.
THE WEATHER BULLETIN
Thermometer    Reading!
Cranbrook
Max. Min
Jununry 14   14 3
Junuary 16      8 13
Jnnuary 1(1    12 n
January 17   32 M
January 18   30 28
Jununry 1!)   37 20
January 20   37 20
l^^gm.
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Coming Events
Broken   eyeglass   lenses
usually leave lhe wearer
in a bail predicament.   It
>k and district Burns 11? is l1mPe"«v« «'■<" <">ey be
i Concert and Dance || ^placed upon short notice.
uory 20th, at s p.m., 11|      With our complete Rrin-
ramemmoration ** ding plan! we arc in a po.
$1.50 a cou- **  sition to render you the
very best  of service.
BORN. -
20th, at the :
Mr. and Mrs.
Icy. a daughter.
Floor Covcrln
76c pel- s(|tiai*L-
i Tuesday, January !......
Eugene  Hospital, tu   tf
Dim
ibargu
W. Brown, of Kimhcr*
— Congoleum —
nl at Kilby's.
:iutf
liquor coinmis-
i tour ul' tlu- Into-
ii.l in Cranbrooit
iln- nexl few days.
iiti'. in t'unii'd tiak,
n  S00.  At   Kllby'i
For sales and Bert
cars.   See Ratcliffo
BORN—On Jinn
at tlu- St. Eugene
and Mrs, I!. Hnstii
cllffe, a sun.
White cups ;
cup and satlcc-i
Ice Nash and Star
& Stewart.   88tf
lay, January 10,
Hospital, I.. .Mi*.
is Trew, of Wy-
If your eyes were fil- Ji;
led here we have a com- *%
plete record of your pres. tt
'*'* crlptlon,    If nol, bring in ||
**  lhe broken pieces and we **
**  will grind nn exact dupll- '**
||  cale.      Vou  may depend |*
||   upon us for prompt, accil- **
**   rate work til .ill limes. ||
!! W.H.Wilson ll
ft *$•<;•
*;■•;*   The High CUlS Opticnl Shop •:•.•.
**************************
Lady Belle Oxfords,    black    and
hrown, salo prlco $5.01) por pair, ull
sizes,   at
A. STRANGE, Armstrong Ave.
d saucers at
id Kilby's.
2l)e per
35
On Monda
of thc R.C.M.P.
and co-operatio
and city police
earth at Smith':
suit this woek
charged with in
a still, and cmn.
10.30 on Thurs.
cases arising ou
charges laid bj
last Corporal   Wilson
'. with  tlio  assistance
m  of the  provincial
forces, ran a still to
':■ i nko, and us a re-
Dupont  wns
g in possession of
up for sentence at
t  morning.    Other
f the seizure from
he  provincial   and
Dai
1 Beale who recei
iperatlon at tin- In
city police, relating to being in possession of unsealed liquor, and ille-
Miss Wlnnl
ly underwent .
pital for appendicitis, is now convalescing nicely.
SPECIAL: — Tungsten lamps, 10,
25, 40, 50 and 00 watts; 25 c each,
at — W. F. DORAN'S.
Our Low Prices win every time
BORN. — On Saturday, January
17th. to Mr. and Mrs. T. Pattison, of
this eity, at tin- St. Eugene Hospital,
a  daughter.
The Annual Meeting of the Board will be held in
the City Hall on the evening of Monday, the 26th inst.,
at 8.30 sharp. A cordial invitation to be present is
extended to everyone interested in the business life of
the City.
CAMPBELL J. LEWIS
Secretary
♦   ♦   ♦♦   •   ♦   •   *>   *■   «   «   ♦♦♦   *>   *y   *y   *>   *>   «   «   «   *y  ■*>   ♦-♦
Municipal Elections 1925
To those who kindly honored nie with their supporl al
llu- poll on lhe 18th, which resulted in my election as .Mayor
for lhe ensuing year, I desire to take Ihis opportunity of
extending my sincere thanks. To Ihe Indies I feel I should
offer a special word of thanks lis I realize il is lo Ihem I owe
it large measure of my success.
HOCKEY TEAMS AT KIMBERLEY LAST FRIDAY, WIN AND LOSE
Piano in Walnut, in splendid con
iition, good aa new, $'i:ki at Kilby's. j Junior Boys Is Hard Fought j
 „••„  Game; Girls Team Is      j
11 will he my earnest endeavor to see thai Ihe
deuce entrusted to me will not he misplaced.
confi-
Not only to those who supported me on that occasion,
hul also to those who did not sec tlieir way clear to vote for
me, I appeal for a united cooperation during my term of
office so lhal we may all work together for the interest
and well bcing of our City.
Crauhrook, B.C.,
January 16th,
T. M. ROBERTS
FOUR CRAN3R00K
RINKS   AT  FERNIE
BONSPIEI THIS WEEK
A Winner
it pre
D   In
Friday, Jan. 23: Kiks' Dance at the
Auditorium.      Banff Orchestra.
Monday, Jun. 2f>: Annual Meeting of
Bonrd of Trade in City hall nt 8.30
p.m.
'seated th's
e! hy four
dubious for a time
iei would he started
in tho weather had
at Fernio to become
Cranbrook
week at tlie F
rink-^. It was
whether tlie s
as the change
caused the ice
very heavy. I ost night, however,
twenty games were pulled off, and
was in better condition. Up to the
time of going t<i press we were unable to gel any rsults from Fernie.
The rinks representing (.'ranbrook
are:
W. F. Cameron, skip; L. Clapp, D.
FInnis, R. Crerar,
13. II. McPheo, skip; W. D. Gllroy,
G. B, Willis, c. A. Towriss.
C Spence, skip; W. M. Harris, G.
Anton, Jim Martin.
A, K, Leiteh. skip; A. C. Bowness,
Jnck Martin, J. Taylor.
Rinks were expected to be present
at tbe district bonspiei from Loth
bridge, Coleman, Blairmore, Pincher
Creek, Fevnie and Cranbrook.
Word was received on Wednesday
afternoon tbat C. Spence's rink bad
It is re&retted that a larger number eonld not have taken in the hoe-
key match in Kimberley on Friday
last when lhe junior boys and the
young ladies' team tried conclusions
with tbe Kimberley juniors aud ladies' teams. This resulted in two of
tho most interesting games thai have
been played thi*
could not have I
better teams thai
games
the bi
anbrook
nted by
»,    Both
were u pleasure to watch. In
11  start  to   finish
t from the stand-
as tbat there wus
least sign of roughness,    If
could only net it into their
3 game the
and clear cut fro
and the beauty of
point of the fans v
not thi
player*
heads
th
1923
****** * ****** * -'f * * **** *** ***** * * * * * ** **************
I wish to tender my sincere thanks to the
electors for the generous support given me in the
recent election. I wilt in the term of office to
which you have elected me, do all in my power to
merit the confidence that you have reposed in me,
by acting at all times in what I deem to be the best
interests of the city.
Yours sincerely,
J. H. Cameron
* ■;■ •:• *;* •:• * •:• •;• * •:* * * * * * * * * *** * ********* * ***. * ** ***** **** **$
that people (or mosl people),
go to see hockey and not a prize
fight, better support would be give
From the fact that there was nol
goal scored till after five minutes of
the third period had passed, it will
readily be seen how closely the boys'
teams were matched, It would he
hard to pick out outstanding players on the two teams, ull playing
their positions well. In the third
period Kimberley broke away, and
with   three   clean   cut   shots,   scored
beaten   rinks   from   Lethbridge   and]three  goals   in   about  ten   minutes.
Pincher  Creek  ut  the  district   bon- making a score of 2-0 in favor of
spiel. | Kimberley.
tbe girl:
A message received from W. I>.
Gllroy states so far Cranbrook has
won Iwo and lost one in the district
bonspiei. The ico is heavy but all
ure optimistic that the spiel will be
completed. The banquet in connoc-
witb the spiel is being held to-night.
MANITOBA'S SONS PRE-
SENT THEIR PROGRAM
TO NATIVE SONS M'TG
The
time a
Mondny, Jan. 20: Burns
cert nnd Dnnce in K.P.
Club Con-
Hall, H p.m.
Friday, Feb.  Ill: Valentine Dance
Auditorium.
Herald regrets for lack of
d space, being nble to give
full account of the "Manitoba Night"
al Hie Native Sons meeting Tuesduy
evening. To condense it does not ut
nil do justice to tho event. Ther
wns a very large turnout of member
to hear what was considered by many
in li" one of tbe most interesting
meetings of the year. To those responsible—Messrs. (i. F. Marsh, convenor; Bert Collins, Jimmy Dooltn,
Mc Rombough and Colin Leiteh,
those present were much Indebted,
and considering tbe fewness of their
numbers tholr work was the more appreciated. The program consisted of
nt paper on Manitoba by
Collins, who took the au-
surprlsQ by tbe Introduc-
band of Manitoba Indians
,'arbed in real Indian regalia, which
ie had secured from Manitoba, Jim-
fly Doolln gave a descriptive paper
ii Winipeg, while Mr. Rombough
ealt with the heavy movement
f wheat. One radio selection was
heard from Winnipeg, though some
special talks which were to have been
received by arrangement witli thi;
.Manitoba government telephone
broadcasting station were not received owing to a miscarriage of mail.
The   refreshments  served   by  the B. Houle
Manitobans   will   not   be   forgotten. A. Wirth ..
Special biscuits    which were baked |E- Wirth ...
in Winnipeg mi Friday, special Manl-
md butter fresh in, and M. Scott ...
S, Morrison
an
excel!
Mr
iiii*
It.it
ice   In
of
For real fun, the girls* game hnd
"Stepping Out" cheated. The crowd
got ns much enthused over this game
as they did over the boys' game. The
ladies played a far better game than
they did on their first appearance
here, but the locul players had the
better of the argument and carried
off the honors. At tbe start even
the Kimberley spectators were nmus
ed nt the first goul scored by Kim
berley. Miss Scott, the whirlwind
skater of the Kimberley team, got
the puck, nnd afler manouvering a
little, took a shot from nbout mid-
ice, the puck passing tbe Cranbrook
defence player, going very slowly,
then rolled slowly on to the goal.
Miss McDonald was fouled by the
slowness of the thing'and it rolled
slowly on to the gonl, Things looked blue for Crunbrook, but shortl
Miss Delhi Greaves, who played u
great gamo for Cranbrook nil tin
wny through, evened up for tbo vis
[tors, Inter scoring two more ii
quick succession. .Miss Wirlb scoroi
the final one for lhe visitors. In the
next period MIm Greaves scored one
for Cranbrook, while Mrs. Palm added one for Kiiulierley, the score
ending •!-::. In tho last period both
teams were pretty well played out
and no further scoring resulted. Tlm
two tennis were:
Kimberley   Boys Crnnbrook   Boys
G. Hundley   ...    goal II. Linnell
Morton   def  Blumenauer
Morrison     Pnscuzzo
Mellor .     ... ford's   Godderis
Summers   ;.   Genest
Rough   Uuy Hill
Jones   Lewis
Muck Horie
Cranbrnok
Girls
gonl .. Miss McDonald
Klmborloy
Girls '
Miss Diebolt
Special Saturday Bargain Day
Neatly Decorated China Cups und
Saucers, regular price !f5c, Special
25c, or $2.75 a dozen. .. Fine display
of Child's Cups und Saucers, regular 2tlc. Special 15c or 2 for 25c. ..
MOFFATT'S VARIETY STORE.
All is in reodlnes for the big Kiks
Dunce. Committees    have    boon
working bard and they assure everybody a good time. To avoid confusion at the door, tickets may be
secured from tbe Cranbrook Drug
ic Book Co. of from Cameron tt Sang
or any member of the Lodge.
The local Gyro Club hnd as their
guest last Tuesduy evening, Mr. J.
F. Guimont of this city, nnd district
representative on the Game Conservation Bonrd. Mr. Guimont gave a
most instructive talk on game rules
and regulations, which made one realize lhat he knows whereof he speaks,
and us a member of this most important body ho would seem to be tbe
right man in the right place. In the
neur future there is a possibility of
Mr. Guimont addressing a larger
Cranbrook audience on this subject.
The name of J. A. Buckham of Golden, has lately been added to tho
game board, nnd by a new policy
there is some allowance to be made
whereby members are not to be put
to personal expense when acting in
lhe interests of the game hoard.
« ■  tv. ■"    ■■    --<■•    rri
PIANO — Brilliant tone, for sale
$245 at Kilby's 32tf
Tuesday evening next tbe Gyros
ami Rotarians aro to stage a battle
on skates, witli hockey sticks ns weapons. Indications are thnt this will
be the stellar attraction of the sen-
son us both tennis feel that they so
far outclass lhe other that a Burroughs lidding machine will be needed to keep tbe score. The Gyros
have selected Ross Pnscu/./.o as iheir
goal keeper, and having placed him
on strict diet in order lo increnro
bis already generous proportions, so
Hint Ihey will not be at too great a
disadvantage with    their    opponents
playing Bill Mtridgo between lho
nets. Feeling confident of victory,
the Gyros have invited thi' Rotarians
and their lady friends to he their
guests nt tbe K.P. Hull, following tbe
evening ut lhe rink. The Gyro tenm
will be picked from the following.
Bert. Collins, A. F. Leigh, Ross
Puseuzzo, AL Knight, Cecil Reude, 3.
McLean, W. Barber, Ted Searle, A.
L. liny, Ira McNaughtan, Bert Sung.
aud Jimmy Doolin.
J COTTAOR HOSPITAL
2 Maternity   &   General   Nur«ing
2| Terms Modernte
5 Airs. A.    CRAWFORD
5 .Matron
j Oarden Ave. Cranbrook B.C.
Winter
Evenings-
Pul your Snapshots in
an Album. We can
Print or Enlarge your
negatives and do them
right. Our Finishing
is done on the premises.
Beattie-Noble
    Limited
Druggists,       Stationers
— Where It Pays to Deal ■—
WANT ADS.
def. .
.. Mrs
111)!
most excellent, coffee, were thorough-
Tuesday, Mnrch 17: Knox Chureh ly enjoyed. A hearty vote of thanks
Ladies' Aid Shamrock Tea at Mrs, G. I was passed tho members for their
D. Carlylt't excellent program.
ford
.... M. Burton
A. C, Hayden
Miss O. Ryde
s .... I). Greaves
  M. Godderis
Elaine Wallinger
Marie Paterson
Miss Woodman
FOR SALE— Century Cafe. Seventeen rooms bath, kitchen, dining
room, nil furnished ready for business, Apply Hong Barney, Century   Cafe,   Cranbrook. 45-48
FOR EXCHANGE -Clear Title, 1X2
ncres of land. J. VV, Huberty,
Cranbrook, B.C. -in-fil)
FOR SALE—One steel bottom, top,
and front Queen Heater, with
hearth and guard mils. Apply to
Box 458, or Mrs. A. II. Blumenauer. 34tf
We need all kinds of Furniture and
Household   Utensils.
If you have anything to sell, or wish
to exchange,   give  us m  trial.
Fair Dealing and Honest Prices Our
Motto.
Violin, bow und case, good ns new,
$12.   at Kilby's. 32tf
James Broley of Fernie, was a visitor in the city betwen trains on
Wednesday. _ THOMPSON &. HARROP
For prompt repairs and sntisfac- Phone 76       -       •       P. O. Box 238
tion go to Ratcliffe & Stewart's gnr- Second Hand Dealers
age. 20tf Cra»brook

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