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THE CRANBROOK HERALD
VOLUME  ii
( ItANBROOK, B.C., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7th, 1088
Full Program
Resumed at Club
[Director Geo. Salter Hits Lined
Up Hiy Schedule For Fall
And Whiter
county Court sessions
opened this week bv
judge thompson
Liquor Ajipenl ('uses Are Host
'  rromineiit ou Docket; Locul
and Fertile Cases
Quo of ihe biggest program.) that
has aver heen attempted in tho his-
lory <ir the Olub will commetico next
Monday. Thoro aro ho many olaBSoa
tho tlmo schedule will have to bo
Hlrii'Uy adhered to, and all classes
will start on tlmo,
Apart trom iho gym classes a lilg
program   ot  exhibitions   and   nodal
DVOlllllgS 1 ul hi boon lliii'd up, anil 11)080
will nn doubt create a bigger IntoroBt
among tlio members,
TUobo wishing in got Into Llio box-
inn and wroBtlJng classes should give
their nanus to director Suitor an early an possible, aa lliese classes will
havo to bo limited in twenty to each
class.
Badminton will bo Introduced into thu club and Mr Salter would like
tn got lu touch with anyone who Ih
contemplating tuUiug ii]i this wonderful lodoor game.
Business men and ladlos who are
taking up the oxerclses this winter
should begin ns early as possible so
thai ihey may get hardened up by
degress and thus nol foci the effects
or strenuous workouts that will take
place later on. Tlio classes will not
be held iu formal military style, but
will have lets tf fun and fellowship
injected into them.
Tho winter schedule is as follows:
September 28th. Swimming (Jala,
85c. and 20c; October Oth. Mother's
Day; November 14th, Boxing and
Wrestling Tournament, 85c, and 20c.
December 10rTf?*ym Exhibition.
Exercises will be stopped during
tlio Christmas holidays, but Gym will
be open for games and Individual exercises.
January 15th, Stunt Night; February 18th, Swimming Gala; March 20th,
Boxing and Wr stling; April 30th,
Grand Final Gym Exhibition.
First two weeks in Mny, School
Swimming Campaign; Balance of May
and June, Intensive swimming and
Llfq Saving campaign for members
only; Last week iu June. Wu Swimming Cnla for Club Championship]
Dances and Social Evenings will be
held throughout the season.
TIME TABLE
Monday; 4 to ft, Midgets; f> to G Intermediate Boys; 7 to 8 Basket Ball;
8 to 10 Young Men.
Tuesday; 4 to 6, Junior Girls, (under
tfl); 6 tn 0, Intermediate Girls; 7.30
to 8.80   Business Girls;   8.80 tn 10.
Ladles,
Wednesday: 4 to fi, Junior Boys; 5,16
to ti. 15, Business Men; 7 to S Boxing   nnd   Wrest Hug;    8   to   10.30,
Badminton, Seniors.
Thursday; 4 to fi Junior Qlrls, (over
18); 5 in fi Intermediate Qlrls; 6.80
to 7.80 Girls Basket Ball: 7.80 lo I
8.80 Business Girls; 8.80 l<> 10
Ladies.
Friday: t lo fi Intermediate Boys; |
fi lfi to 6.15 Business Men; 7 to 81
Banket Ball; 8 to 10 Young Men.
Saturday: 10 to It Junior Boys; 11 to'
18  Midgets;   8  to  3  Junior Girls.
[• Ilia Honor Judge Thompson held
chambei'B sessions at Fernio last
week. After thu long vacation the
regular BOBBlOUS Of tlie couuly court
wore to commence Sept. I at Cranbrook wliero there wits ready lor lhe
opening Killings a largo union nl of
work, viz., two criminal trials, eight
iiahirall/.iiilon pot It Ions, und five appeals From convictions under the Gov*
ruitmut. Liquor Act, Those latter
,vro Hex vs. Win. Steward, Cosmopolitan lintel, two charges selling and
keeping for Bttlo; Hex Vs. Chas. Eck-
stom, Queen's Hotel, selling ItQUor;
HeJt vs. Victor DeKiiulnlors, Moyie,
selling liquor; Jnn Burke, Yahk. selling liquor. In all those cases the accused were sentenced lo six months
but have beon nut ou bail pending
the hearing nt the forthcoming appeals.
Tlio Fernio docket ls also heavy,
lie first date fixed for the opening being Sepi. nth. Seventeen petitions for naturalisation are ou tbe
Hot and five liquor appeals. These
latter are: Hex vs. Joe Perrl, Grand
Central Motel, selling and keeping for
sale, tn charges; Bex vs. Bete Me-
ketlck, Northern Hotel, selling liquor;
Pete Bratlen. Roma Hotel, selling llq-
quor; and Helen Norris, otherwise
known as Mrs. John Henderson, Galloway, B.C., selling liquor.
EASTERN BVSINESN
MAN SEES GltOUXD FOR
OPTIMISM IN THF WEST
John F. Taylor, sale:: manager of
the E. B. Eddy Company. Ltd.. accompanied by H. G. Pense, of Tees
& Ponso, Ltd., western distributors
for tho Eddy Comany, are In town.
Mr. Taylor said (bat since his last
visil Cranbrook has every appearance
of being In a better financial position
ami he felt that tbe tremendous undertaking nt Kimberley will mean
; splendid busines for Cranbrook merchants this fall and winter. Mr. Taylor Is optimistic Tor tbe future of the
Dominion and believes that within a
few years wo will he enjoying un era
or prosperity that win surprise even
the most optimistic, On being asked ahnitl (Mislness. In Knstefa'Canada. Mr. Talor itfjJBfcts firm is working io eapaeJm^Hirning nut one
hundred and twonty million matches
cadi day, and that wholesale and re-
Ij.11 merchants report business as being quite satisfactory.
Mr. J. F. Gulmont was n visitor from
Nelson on Monday, and received the
congratulations of hit^inst of friends
ou ibe arrival* of a laughter ai
hospital two days before.
the
;,  to  4  Junior Qlrls,
to io open for Bad-
ninder   18)
(over 18);
minton
Junior niul Intermediate members
will be nllowed lu tho tank for half-
an-hour after exercises
At The STAR
MiiNHW   8 TUESDAY
8eploml)»r it' 8 n
l - it i It \ V X SATURDAY
sirmuiFit u x ic
SM  Tho
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re, . || ••   lu 1Mb IfltOtt  Hint'.uii' of 1 ritnu.i
Hauling Hour ™w «^ wu.. .pm., .wn. «a
h't-al uriiiK
Frank Mayo
\   thrilling   melodrama   wbh   tli
deslmotion of n fireworks factory
ns a smashing climax
I'allie Nnv*      -      -      COMETH
ACCIDENT AT WALDO;
VOl;X« MAN LOSES RIGHT
ARM IN PLAMNfi MILL
Ou Wednesday afternoon a particularly unfortunate accident took place
at Waldo when Richard, tbe 1" year
oVl sou of Mr. und Mrs. C. B. Boss of
KcNttb, while engaged at his work iu
connection with the planer at tbe mill,
got bis right arm caught In tlie gears,
tliat member being practically torn
from bis body MrV Pope, a Victorian
Order nurse, locntad at Waldo, rendered first aid after which the boy
was rushed by auto to Cranbrook. Dr.
Green Immediately amnutated tbe arm
jusi below the shoulder, Latest reports from the hospital Thursday evening Indicate tliat lie is progressing
very favorably considering the large
amount of blond lost.
(MUTUARY •
• •
JOHN II. >lcl,i:OB
Monday afternoon     there'   passed
away af the St. Kugene hospital. John
D. McLeod lu bis 84th yeur, The de-
ceasedwbo hud been for tbe past three
years, resident lie.ru with Ills daughter
Miss M. McLeod, was well known in
Cranbrook and Bast Kootenay, and
the news of bis death wus received
Willi regret by Ills many friends. The
sympathy of the community is extended to Miss McLeod and her Bister Mrs.
,1, W. Rutledge In (ho loss of the second parent  within six months.
The late Mr. McLuod was born at
Dalkeith, Glengarry County, In 1839.
IBs early life was spent at Vaukleek
Hill, where he was In tho saddlery
business and where he wus also u
dealer In farm produce, Hu was widely known us a dealer in fancy horses,
being often visited by buyers from
New York and tlie larger centres. He
ante west about .'iii years ago settling
for a yoar In Vancouver and finally
locating at Kaslo where he hud a
ranch ami small fruit farm, and mining Interests, For the last 16 years
ho has spent the winters here with his
daughter. The deceased was always
active' and ever a favorite wiih the
young people whom he delighled in
having around him, bis kindly disposition endearing him to the younger
people especially.
Though he hud been hi failing health
fnr some lime il was only a few days
n*gO t hul bewns Hlrleken dmvn, death
ensuing without suffering u short time
it'ler he hud Iieen removed to the hospital. The funeral took place on "Wednesday of this week from ihe home of
Dr. nnd Mrs. Bui ledge. Hev. K. W.
MacKay conducting the service, The
pall bearers were Messrs. A. C, Bow-
ness, J. J. Jackson. A. A. MacKinnon,
\V. K. Worden. lieorge Hocurlh. nud
W It Wilson, nil old friends of the
family. Some beautiful floral tributes
were in evidetne from the following:
Dr. and Mrs, Rutledge, Mr. and Mrs.
Lott Crdker, und Miss McLeod. Gates
ajar; Mrs Zilley, Tacoma. Wash.,
pillow; Mrs Minielly ami faintly.
Portland, Ore, wreath; Mr ami Mrs.
F. M MacPherson, spray; Mrs Saw-
yer and Mrs. Ktllens. Kingsgate, spray;
Mr. und Mrs. a. A. MacKinnon spray;
Mr. and Mrs A, C. Bowness, spray;
Mr and Mrs, Joe Jackson, sprny; Mr.
and Mrs. Wasson, spray; Mr. and Mrs.
Horie. spray; Mr. and Mrs. F. Small,
spray; Mr. and .Mrs. McLachorn.
spray; Mr. and Mrs. Noble, spray;
Mr. and Mrs, Bardgett ami family,
spray; Mr. nnd Mrs. Dun Burton,
spray; Mi*! Pnullne MacDonald,
spray; Mr. J, Hesson, spray; Mr. Bert
Sang, sprny; Mr. (leo. Hogarth, spray.
Musical Society
Annual Meeting
Healthy Financial It e port Presented und Plans for New
Season Outlined
GRADUATING (LASS
Ul   MUSKS AKE GIVEN
TIIKIil   DIPLOMAS
HOPE MOINTAIN ROAD
NEXT BIG  UNDERTAKING
OF B.C GOVCIINMIM
Tl:
O. W.
A.  Hall
On Tuesday evening lbe annual
meeting of the Crauhrook Musical,
Society wus held In the Y.M.C.A., a
good number of music lovers turning
nut to hear the report of the work I f
by the society for tbe past year, and;
io elocl officers to conduct its affairs more
fur the ensuing one.
Mr. F. J. Lodge was nppointel see-'
telary pro lem, with president K, T.j
Cooper in the chair. After the usual
opening preliminaries, the treasurer.
Mr. A. Af^worth, read the financial
report, Judgk-d from the financial
Standpoint, the past year was most
successful, the amount nf money received and disbursed by the society
being approximately $2,:ioo; |128,00
being curried forward as a balance
on tho right side of the ledger. The
repon was received aud adopted, Mr.
U. P. Marsh was appointed auditor for
the year. The election or officers
resulted as follows;
Honorary Presidents; Messrs. J. P.
Pink, Hev. E, W. MacKay, W. H, Wll-
sdn, ami A. Graham. President, A. C.
Slianklnud; Vice President. K. T. Cooper; Sec. Treas. A. Ashworth; Assisting to Sec. Treas. Mrs. ML Forrest;
Kxccutive; Mrs. J. L. Palmer, Mrs. P.
W, Willis, Miss A. Woodland, Mr.
Lclloy Harrison, Mr. A. Raworth and
Mr. W. Steward.
President elect Shankland then took
the chair and Mrs. P. W. Willis moved
a vote of thanks be tendered tbe retiring president nnd other nflicers.
The quest Idn of dues was considered aud after considerable discussion,
a motion was passed that the fee for
membership in the Musical Society be
$5.00 per year. On account of the
somewhat transient membership; of
some of the performers in the baud,
the foe does not apply tn this branch
of the society.
The tl.W.V.A. are to be Interviewed
re the engagement of their hall for
practising,
Mr. Q, E. Rower, the musical director, in giving au outline of (he work
possible for the ensuing year pointed
out that there was in Crnnbrook much
latent talent which if properly developed, and the fullest encouragement
given lo it. lhe interests of the muHl-
cal society would he materially advanced. He felt lhat periodic
miscellaneous concerts at which this
talent, particularly among the young
people, could be given n chance, would
be the best means of attaining this
end. He sugested that Mendelssohn's
"■12nd Psalm" be taken up at once,
and that this be followed by a few
lighter concerts In combination with a
proposed dramatic society. It was also suggested that the "Messiah" be
undertaken, and thnt another Gilbert
nud Sullivan opera be taken up us
the society's final public offering.
Miss A. Woodbind suggested that
tho" society undertake a drive for
membership, she being of the opinion
that many members could be secured
In this way. This was heartily concurred In by the members present,
llio matter being left to be further
considered by the executive. The date
nf starting practises is to be announced Inter.
, B.C.
. B.C.
Jaf-
Bluir-
to capacity ou Thursday evening when
the graduating exercises of the St. Kugene Hospital wen* held.    Tlie graduating class tills year consists of four
nurses, ami their class motto bus been
'1 serve.'       Tbe graduates ure;
Miss Harriet Kennedy, Boswe
Mis.-, Thyra Carlson, Bull Hive
Miss .Margaret  Gibson  Hurry
ay, B.C.
Miss Jean   Black   Petl
Alta.
lu tiie absence of Br, P. W, Green,
the address lo the nurses was given
by Mr, Q, J. Bproull, while Dr. a. B.
I.. MacKlhhon made the presentation
nl diplomas and medala to (be graduates. Tlie other speakers of tbe evening were Hev. Father Murphy, of
this city, and Rev, Father Blsette, of
Kimberley and Cr»strin, and Mayor W.
F. Cameron, who extended greetings
from the city. The speakers were all
loud in their praises of tin work of
the St. Kugene Hospital, and paid fit-
ling  tribute  io  lbe  fait!
iful perform-
ance of duty  by titO Sir;
tors of Char-
ity and the nurses.
During the Bvontng Ni
■vak's orches-
tra  rendered   several   0Xi
lOllOllt  Selec-
lions, and  following tbe
cxeivises    a
dance was held.
crowded; M iK'h Needed Link iu Provincial
Highway May Be stalled
Next Yeur
The next big enterprise to be undertaken by the provincial public
works department will be construction
of the long-hoped-for link connecting
the Coast ami Interior highway systems, according to an announcement
recently made by Hon. Dr. VV. il.
Sutherland, minister of public works.
Tbe road would jump off from Hope,
hul just what route it would follow
through Uu; Hope Mountains it was
Impossible to state Just yol Dr.
Sutherland said. ESuglneers were at
work picking out the best route aud a
definite decision would be reached
before   the   Legislature  was  asked   to
vole the money necessary for its construction.
lu order in Inspect the roadwork
being done tu conned Quesnel with
Fort George, Dr. Sutherland hns completed a trip over the P. G, lv This
road would lie finished n.'Xt.year, he
said, ns only led or fifteen miles remained to be constructed after the
work done this season.
N 0 M B K li
Windermere Fair
Quite Successful
A ii n mil   Event   in   Progressive
lllstrlct (irons More Sue-
ct'ssi'i'l Every Year
1,01,11, HOYS COMPETE
IN   .11 NIOIt   STOCK
JUDGING AT COAST
A, L. Hay, district agriculturist, Is
leaving mi Sunday to attoud tlifl New
Westminster I'Vir. Accompanying
him by cur lire .liiiin Clark and Stewart McClure ol St. .Mary's Pruirlo, and
Allen Ke !' Marysvllle. who ere the
local competing team   in   the junior
stiM-k judging competition.
Mrs, C. A. Towrfofl
liter au extended
visit in the east, ret
irned to the city
on Sunday evening.
J. U Walker Is hi
vtrtg   a   comont
Foundation put nude
•   his    house on
Burwell ai tbo conn
r if Edwards SI.
Hellcvue  is gOillg
o build a cover-
ed rink for tlie com!
ik season.   They
expect to organize a
curling club.
Mrs. K. Blrce ami
son Harvey ret-
urned on Sunday fn
in a two months'
vacation spent with
relatives in Nova
Scot la.
Ou Thursduy before Magistrate J.
[.eusk, Russell at. Eloi was charged
with enuslnn damnge to Ihe apparel of
rate Mr«. ftuncan, of Cranbrook street.
also with having resisted nrrest. The
first OOSQ whs heard on Thursday, and
t lie accused BOnl Up for Irial. The second charge in to come up today [Frl-
ilny).
Mrs. nnd Mrs. M. A. Bonlo, aud Mr.
Alan Graham, of Crauhrook. and Mr.
Mid MiH, Chester Staples, of Wyollffe.
were local goiters iu attendance at the
week-end louriiainent al Ulalrmnre. A
good Mine Is reiwrted, -ninny golfers
tiding In attendance frnm points in lhe
Crow district. In lhe open event Mr.
1). (!. MeKeii/ie won the championship,
A. Watson taking second place, afler
b nting A. Graham and C, O. Staples.
Cranbrook figured lu the prize list
■ when Mrs, M. A. Dealo won the approach and put competition j M. A.
Beale nnd S. ,T. Lamey of Blairmore
won Iho gentlemen's foursomes; and
A. Graham, with Miss Parmer, of
Blatlrmofc, I he mixed doubles handicap.
THK WKATIIKK 'iTlifXKTIN
Offlrtnl TlH-riiinini'tt>r ItciulliiL'M
At Crttiilirook
Mln. Max.
AlltfjP lift   4«      87
AugUHl  III      44       Sll
September I   4!)      83
September 2     44      84
September II   R0       7fl
September 4  34     8t
September G   17      71
Aim. W. M. Laughton and son David
of Nelson were riaiting with tho former's sister, Miss M. Harvey, Inst
week.
Mr. and Mrs. Thos, Hates of Kings*
gate are visiting iu the city for a
time, guestd ut the home of Mr. and
Mrs.   H. E. Jecks.
D. M. Proudtoot, of Nelson, Grand
Master for II. <\ in the I. O. O. P., has
been spending this week in the Kootenays, viHlting the lodges tn the district. On Thursday he wus to pay an j
uilcinl visit lo Key Cily Udge, when
i soeinl function was planned In honor of the occasion, after the lodge
session proper,
THK CAMJ»Klt INDICTED
How many fores) fires nre started
by oampero?
The chief foresler of British Columbia, Mr. I*. /■ Cttverblll, in Ottown,
recently made an arresting statement
ou this subject as follows:
"Out of n total of 2,591 fires In n
senaon lhe greatest single cause of
starling such fires Is thnt listed ns
Campers end Trnvelleis, who were
known lo he responsible for ti2ii or 24.2
per cent. There Is little doubt that
a number of the fires which started
from 'unknown causes' , amounting
to r.:»i. can be attributed to campers
and travellers; so that It Is fairly
safe to say thnt 25 per cent, nf all the
firea caused ln British Columbia lust
year were caused by the cnrelesiness
of people who should have the greatest. Interest iu keeping the forests
Urcon."
Hev, .1. N II. Mills of St. James
church llraiitford, Ont., will conduct
service ami preach at ihe^l'resbyter-
tail church oil Sunday morning.
W. NIchol Thompson, of Vancouver,
passed through tbe city the beginning
Vif the week on bis way to Kimberley
'where he spenl  a few days.
On Saturday last. September 1st,
tho marriage look place at the Knox
Church manse of Miss Helen Mueller.
of this city and Mr. Edward Kemp. It
fas solemnized hy Rev. K \\\ MacKay.
Miss Irene Mueller, sister of the bride,
acted as bridesmaid.
Rev. W. T. Tapscott, pastor of the
Baptist church, will return shortly
from his extended holiday in the east
If lie does not return In time to take
the services On Sunday noxt, Mr. Por-
tnr, lhe new principal of the high
school, has consented to lake the services. Hev. B. E. King, who has been
acting pastor during the summer will
visit his home In Vancouver for a
shori lime before returning lo Brandon College to resume his studies, He
left for the coast on Tuesday last.
HORN.-On Thursday, September 6,
Ot the St. Eugene Hospital, to Mr. and
Mrs. c, Bergs trom, a daughter.
Qeorge Jennings, chnrkod with attempted arson at the l<- W. V. A.. Is to
come up before the magistrate on
Friday of this week.
Mr. Hall, city electrician, was able
to leave tiie hospital on Thursday of
Ihis week, getting round as well .is
could be expected on crutches.
A number of members of Creecenl
lx)dge, Knights of Pythias, Journeyed
io Kerule Ins! weekend, io t;*ke pari
in a Dokkle ceremonial which took
| plare on Monday evening in that city.
Many were also In attendance from
Nelson, and tiie customary jovial time
was reported.
W. Johns is expected to arrive bei h
iu the clly theend of this week with
iiis bride, and it Is expected that
liis many friends in connection with
the O. W. V. A. will be on hand lo
;iive him a fitting welcome.
The congregations of tbe Presbyterian and Methodist churches who
worshipped logger ;vt Knox Church
ui Sunday morning were favored b;
Mr. Vincent Fink with a musical treat
in the way of accompaniments to > ■
hymns and a solo number, "Andante"
from Mendelsohn's Concerto. Th.
pastor, Rev. K. \V. MacKay paid fitting iribute to Mr. Fink's ability and
the valuable assistance he^ias rendered from time to time by his an
Mr. Fink left on Sunday to resume hi-
Bludles at law In Toronto af w-11 a- to
continue wiili his musical course iti
the Toronto conservatory.
The Labor Hay Dar.ee given by thi
1023 Follies. like ail tiie productions
of this versatile organisation, was a
complete success. The attendance
was just rlghl V'>r the slxt of the hall,
i nd the music as supplh d by the Rob
iii-oii orchestra was much appreciated. There were novel features, the
prize dame being Interesting, A luc
ky stnr was placed on tbe floor, and
when the music stopped the couple on
tlie star were awarded the prise,     U
happened to l*e Mis; Bbenfleld and Mr
Monro or Wycliffe, The next effort of
tho Follies will be In tlie form of a
dramatic  production
White House Doesn't
Tempt Mrs. Ford *
Probably on account
Coming Events
The events noted below are those
ir which paid advertising appears it.
iis Issue, or for which printing work
as heen done in this ofllce.
Friday.   September
nway at the Star The
gram  hooks.
Friday &  Saturday. Be
Big picture special
"Three Wise Fools."
■ :-f,n
given
> pro-
7  nnd  S--
the    Star
Monday £ TumcI
;,,. Sept. 10 ll   "Th
Planting Hour"
wllh 1'nink Mii>v n
tho Blur.
Mnn. Tin's. Wod.,
Bonl 10 ll-12i Mam
moth  Ciiriitvii
1   in   Iho   Now   Pari
Grounds.
,
(Special to the Herald)
lnvermere, B.O., Sept. 5.—The 13th
annual district fair which was combined with the fourth annual stock ,
show was brough! to a very successful conclusion on Saturday afternoon.
The outstanding features this year
were the increase in tllfl number of
llvo stock entries and those iu the department of ladies' work aud domestic
science. The total number of entries
exceeded by over thirty per cent the
number made during lhe year preceding, it was a purely agriculiur.il
treat throughout, there not being any
sideshows or other attractions The
gate receipts showed an astonishing
increase over any previous yeur
The fair was opened by Mr. J.
Murray Qlbbou, of Montreal. Judges
were? supplied by the department of
ngrtoulture and had the assistance of
ocal persons to help Utah) In their
morons work. The financial end
ihowa good returns.
An outstanding feature seemed to
«■ tbe desire to advertise Made in
aiiada goods Signs bearing on this
vere posted In conspicuous places
hroughout the building, drawing attention of all and sundry to the virtue
f Inning home made products
Still another feature that draw many
was the announcement of the winners
n tbe Better Baby Contest as carried
on under the SUBptces of the Woman's
Home Companion of Boston. The ex-
imijjatton and preparation of tho
babies' In the contest had been carried on fcr several months by Dr. F.
!■:. Coy and the final teal was made
by Dr. Msry K. Crawford, medical In-
tpw tor Of schools for the city of
Winnipeg. There were over forty
babies' entered, the homes of tbe par-
>nts extending from Galena on the
north clear through to Cranbrook on
the south and Fernie on the east.
Little Mary K. Palmer, of Athalmer,
won 9SM:'- and carriod off the bronze
medal: Doreen Johnston and Alexan-
■:■ r Uol.bte of this place were close
chaser* each getting 98 per cent. In
thi ir diviiio-i; Warren Newton, sou
•f Mr. and Mrs. H. Oladwyn Newton
of tbji place won in his class and
iTfody<; Owen of Fernie as'lTrst in hers.
There were several hundred guess-
era In estimating the dressed weight
■ if the lire steer as exhibited: Messrs.
Horace Jone?. of Sinclair Hot Springs,
Arthur Taylor of Wilmer. John A.
Backhaul, M P.P.. of Golden, and R.
Randolph Bruce of this place, individually guessed the weight within
one pound and together they Bhare
the honors and the prl7e.
The cup- presented to the Winder-
mere   District  association  of Stock-
lara, wero given out by Mrs. H.
Rarson. Mr. Arthur J Walker, for
the third time in succession won the
bAndsotne silver cup donated by the,
F;*.ik Mercantile Company, Ltd.. for
best beef bull. The cup now becomes the property cf Mr. Walker to
k"**p. and has an honored place on
Ajax ranch. The silver cup for tho
best breeding cow was thi? year won
■ Alexander Ritchie.    It   was pre-
nted by Mr. W. H. Wilson, of Cranbrook; James lumber! won the cup
presented by the Imperial Bank of
Canada for best fat steer Shown, and
Mr. H. Randolph Bruce won the
agricultural Association's Clip for lhe
best dairy female. Bach of (he last
three will bs open for competition
again next year.
Mr Angus Hay, the district agri-
culturtst, made a most satisfactory and
excellent Judge of the large number
of live animals exhibited. Mrs. Stone
ind Miss Byrns, of New York, acted
s judges of the ladies' work and domestic science, very difficult and trying work to go through with. Mr.
Fred Kyekmau. the agricultural In-
itruCtoT for the virions Indian
reserves, was ever present living
■i.ivi'o and assistance to thbee under
hit care. The display ol agricultural
products and livestock by the Indians
was larger than ever before,
The lady members of the executive
did yeoman service in all the branches
.if the of the fair entrusted to their
rare.
Many marked and Important Im-
provements had been made on ihe
•.■rounds loading to the comfort of
man and beast, these sine- the date
Df tho last fair.
A fult list of the prize winners will
ba published very shortly.
Wednesday a Thursday: Sept. 12-13
"Tbe l.eopnrdess" featuring Alb-
Brady,   ai    the   star.      Comedy
"Babies   Welcome"
^^^^^^^                 of   there not | "I have no desire to llvo In tha
!being sufficient time to advertise m] WMte  Hoon,"  any* Mn.   Henry
,    ,   ,                        „    ' Ford, as.Interviewed here about aa
extensively as necessary slim hoMscu; ,(rt>tdentlal boom for her husband.
.greeted the Carmcllo Show at Its iw r "I don't maam whew 11 atartyd aa*
j night showing In Cranbrook thla week. JJ^J1? mm *ftHi^»L?feJ%i
Tlmr.  Frl. Sal.. Sept   1.1-14-1"
1    moth Carnival at Kimberley
;Friday K- Saturday, Sept. 14-16:
j    l.loyd Special "Safely Last'
Star.
After n pleasant trip to the Coast in
the course of which he took unto himself a wife, ns previously mentioned
in these columns. Mr. W. W. Kllby returned lo the city via motor early this
week, accompanied by Mrs. Kllby.
They had no sooner got about seated
in their new home when the charlv-
aree parties made them realize that
getting into the cliy undetected win
not as easy a mntter as they had sup-
!?arold|poood. Mra. Kllby will be at home
ou and afler Thursday, September 13,
bl her home on Cranbrook Street.
Mam-
£ FASH   XWI»
TIIE  CRANBROOK   HERALD
Friday, Seidell r 7(1), l»2!l
•thtt'i
'out
rsjemufc-'
history, each day swelling llio
estimated losses,
Bul the tash of the world lo-
lay is iiot so much to delve into causes, as to deal with
effects. There ia a shattered
Ion and a bewildered people
be rehabilitated, and the na-
ilons of the Occtdenl will nol
hesitate in their work ot succor
because of any color line or rami differences.
THE   SATISFACTION      THAT
OOOD   WORK    GIVES   IS
WORTH  MANY TIMES
WHAT   YOU   PAY.
RAWORTH BROS.
NEXT TO THK POST OFFICE
tbe Cranbrook herald
Published Every Friday
F. A. WILLIAMS R.    POTTfflR
BabserlpUoii Trice ■
To United Stales ..
. ¥2.1.0 per jcar
. %tM per year
"Witt   ■  MlM.ni*   Without   m.   Muu!«"
Printed by  Union  Labor
Adverililng R*t«i on Application,
Changs* for Advortlalnr MUST ba In
Uklk effleo Wadnvtilay noon tho curront
•rook to oocuro attontlon.
SEPTEMBER 192 J,
IVN HON   TVt  WED   THU  FRI   5. /
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2 3 4 5 6 7 3
9101112131413
1617 18 19 20 2122
§o 24 25 26 27 28 29
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER  7th,  1923
.*■ - ■ .    . ■■••
,     AN UNPRECEDENTED
DISASTER
Man Is apt to think lie is making progress in the work of
harnessing nature lo do his
bidding. By the application of
scientific principles the domains of the sea and the air have
heen invaded, and each day
new achievements in these directions are being registered.
Energy is being drawn for Iho
use of man in a multiplicity of
ways that even a short century
ago were unthought of.
But still nature remains un-
conquered. There are barriers
up to which science advances,
gropes for further enlightenment, retreats to find some way
round, only to come again to
the barrier. Meanwhile, as if
to scoff at man's efforts, and to
show how puny his greatest
accomplishments are, nature
periodically bursts forth with
an inconceivably greal demonstration of the forces locked up
within the earth. The disaster in Japan, a succession of
horrors made by earthquake,
tidal wave, typhoon and fire, is
of such magnitude thai no adequate conception can lie gained
of It. In loss of life and (Instruction of property, ii probably has no equal in the annals of
.Meighen as premier during the
difficult time of transition following the cessation of hostilities in Europe, and lhe people
of Canada are coming to a better realization of the difficulties
Of those times.
TWENTY  YEARS  AGO
Extracts from The Cranbrook
Herald of tills date. 1903.
SLOW JUSTICE AND NOT
VERY SURE
•'Apathy and indifference toward law enforcement." This
is ihe Indictment lhe American
Bar Association attempts to
saddle on the American people,
as a result of its investigations
into the workings of court machinery and legal procedure
south of Ihe line. Startling disclosures as to the extent aud
increase in crime were submit
ted, and il was strongly urged
that lhe criminal code be revised so as lo make uniform the
the practise in all the slates in
the union. .No attempt was
made to blame the growing
crime wave on to prohibition,
slock methods or any other particular phase of national life,
bul emphasis as placed on the
fact thai something must be
done to make the enforcement
of justice there swift, sure, con-
slant and yel withal merciful.
Tho structure of the law was
condemned, and lhe methods
of court procedure whereby it
was slated lhe (rial of a criminal seemed like a game of
chance, with lhe chances all in
favor of Ihe accused, and if he
escaped on any grounds whatsoever, au element in the country was ready lo raise a clamor
in his favor, il seemed. Comparisons with lhe workings of
European jus!ice at lhe same
time, and Ihe swiftness and
sureness of lhe law on the
other side of lhe Atlantic showed up lo Ihe glaring disadvantage of what happens in the
United Stales. The "long arm
of the law" was shown to be
no misnomer iu England aud
Prance, hut south of the 49th
parallel it. seemed to fall far
short and with little force-
Rl. Hon. Arthur Meighen,
Conservative leader in tho
Mouse of Commons at Ottawa is
planning an extensive tour of
the west Ihis fall, full particulars of which are not yet an-1
nounced, except that it is due
to open at Winnipeg Ihis week.
Time has been putting the proper focus on  the work of Mr.
NOTES
Barbering may be the nexl
occupation to be raised to the
stains of a closed profession in
ll.C, if legislation proposed by
David Whiteside. M.L.A., for
New West minster, becomes
law. The prepared bill has
already been filed al the parliament buildings, and if the legislation is assented to, barberlng would take on something of
the status of medicine, dentistry, engineering and law. so far
as some features are concerned
Some of lhe delicate blentlf
formerly on sale al lhe government liquor stores may perfo.'ce
have lo he wilhdrawn from sale
for a lime, owing to a fire It:
the  government liquor   ware-
Tha Corporation of the City
of Cranbrook
TAX SALE
'm^^mam^mmmsimamsss^mmm^essme^mm^m
September 29th
I823, AT TEN A.M.
PAY  YOUIt  DELINQUENT TAXES  BEFORE THE
ABOVE DATE, AND SAV2 YOUR PROPERTY
A LIST OF PROPERTIES WHICH WILL   BE. OFFERER FOR SALE    CAN   BE SEEN AT TIIE OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK.
THK LAST DAY FOB REDEEMING  PROPERTIES
SOLO AT THK. 11122 TAX
SALE, IS SEPTEMBER 211, .1988,
28-31
I !7?5gic<Bc\ki rig Towder
lis scientifically m&dej
land has never failed
lib give tbe maximum'
lleavenin^ efficiency*
I •'Because, of this
|and tbe uniformly
satisfactory results
lobtained by its use
lwe recommend it'
las Canadas perfect
(baking powder ♦
PRODUCT
OF
CANADA
FROM THK VIEW-POINT
OF
OCR CONTEMPORARIES
house   al    Victoria   recently
which gulled the two floors
wherein lhe mystic blending
r les were carried on untie ■ the
veil of secrecy, hy someone wi 11
torsed in the art, whose identity has never been made public.
Some five hundred cases ol liquor were lost in tlie fire, but
this loss would ho Immaterial
compared to what would be fell
if some of the priceless recipes
used iu the blending processes
were lost.
Al TOI RACY, NOT
SUNIMTY
The members uf tlie Toronto Trades
nml Uibor Council, wlio seek in abolish tlie Small- uf Canada, boruiiKe it
Is "n hindrance to die prosperity of
Cunadu, and an liistnucc or the senility of the people," are barking up the
wrong tree. Nell her lhe people of
Oauadn nor the Sotiators suffer from
senllhy. The Uppor Chamber mny
have In It u few octogenarians who
are somewhat tottery on their foot,
hut there is nothing wrong with the
heads nt must nt thorn, except the
disease thai cosl Cliarloa I. his head
—Toropto Globe.
0. K. II.
"What will happen when lhe inevitable conies?" nsks Ihe Mall ami Em-
pire. Why, the inevitable will happen
when it comes. II always does. That's
what It comes for. ami it 11 didn't
happen ben it came nobody would
know It had even slarteil to went from
wliero It bad beon in lhe first place.
—Toronto Star.
THK SALVATION ARMY
Hanson Avenue
Adjutant Lawson who lias been in
charge or the Army work in this city
for tho past Iwo months has been appointed to Red Deer, Altu. Captain
Hunter from Watnwright, Alta.. lias
come to take command of tlie local
corps. The welcoming services were
held last Sunday ami were well al
tended. The usual services will he
held on Sunday next and a hearty
Invitation is extended to nil.
Sunday. September 9th, tlie services
will he conducted all day by Lieutenant    11.   Granger and Candidate   C.
Luttley.
11.00 a.m. Holiness Meeting
11.00 p.m. Sunday School
7..10 p.m. Salvation Meeting
Como along to thr meetlngB
	
HAVE YOUR
Old Shoes
j Repaired
LIKE NEW
Excellent Workmanship
I.imiiI  Material Used
— SEE Ol'lt STOCK —
before buying NEW SHOES.
We (nn Sine Vim Money
THE   WEATHER   BULLETIN
Min. Max
Aug.   23     44 80
Aug.   24     44 SO
Aug. 2.i   45 75
Aug. 2(1   40 7(1
Aug. 27   45 84
Aug. 28   411 S4
Aug 29    41 S'
A group of Alberta capitalists who
ire interested ln the collieries at
Frank huve been inspecting tho
Badger claims at Perry Creek and
report  very favorably ou them.
Thu Kootenay Central Railway has
.'cured au extension uf Its charter.
The town of Fernio is discussing
ihe mailer of Incorporation again.
. \Y. Patmore, who tins boon en-
gaged wllh (I. II. .Miner and .1. D,
McBride, in charge of the plumbing
and liiisiniihiiin, is starting nut in
business for himself.
Illttli-ully has 1 ii reported al several of ihe lOnst Kootenay points In
securing sdlllolotil |te(aohors in nil
the vacant positions.
- 1 l'elor 5:8,7.
+   +   +
Thursday. September 111
HEAR, O ISRAEL::—The Lord our
Cod Is one Lord.   And thou shall love
hu Lord thy Cod with ull thine heart,
tnd wiih all thy soul, ami wllh all
hy might.—Deuteronomy 6:4,6
+   +   +'
I rldiiy, September 11
WHY NOT:-0 yo simple, uniler-
itand wisdom: and ye fools, he of an
understanding heart.—Proverbs   8::5.
Walter Foster and Alex Bell wero
each fined $25 and costs Tor refusing
lo respond to the call of fire wardens
recently when the Cedar Valley limits
wore In danger. Flro Warden ScliUDe
says he will prosecute others Just as
soon ns he gets time to lay Ihe informal ion.-Fernie Free Press.
Fuji Tea Rooms
Next Futa Crocery
G00II  MEALS—Tea ur Coffee
ICE CREAM
COLD SOFT DRINKS
FRESH BUTTERMILK
SPRING CHICKEN
T. FUJIYAMA
Niilimliij, SciiIciii-mt s
BE VE DOIOUS:—Hut be yo iluprs
nl' tlie wonl, ami not Iieiirovi! only, do-
calving your own selvos.—.Innies t!82,
+   +   -t-
Snmlii-r, September .1
C.O[>   CREATED   ALL:-All   tilings
weru made by him; ami without him
wns   not   anything   made   thai   was
ir.ailp.- John 1:3.
+   +   +
Mojui-iy, September 10
JUST A.M) RIGHT:—A God of truth
ami without iniquity, just ami rlglil
is lie. -Deuteronomy 32.4,
■+•   +   +
Tuesday, September tl
CHOOSE   YOt'R   ASSOCIATES: —
Uu ye not unequally yoked togothor
witli unbelievers: for what fellowship
hath rfRhtpousiie.-i;* wiili unrighteous-
iigsb? and what communion hath light
with  darkness?—CorinthMiiw   0:14.
+   +   +
Wednesday, September I*i
HUMBLE.  YOURSELVES:—Humble
yourselves     therefoi-p     under     tlie
ruiglity hand of Uod, th.it lie may exalt you in duo time: Casting all your
care upon him; tn- ho caroth for you.
H^->*i.^N
KOOTENAY TRADING Co., Ltd.
FOR THE THTltFTY PURCI-IASBR WE A Iti: OFFERING THIS WEEK EXTRA SPECIAL BARGAINS.
A Few of Those Follow:
Ijulles' rare siiii Hose, regular price ?-i -'">. our special price 85<S
Lnilles' Bias PI fled & Dominion Corsets, epoelol, per pair $1.25
Laities' House Coverall Aprons   85*J
YOU CANNOT BUY THE MATERIAL FOR THE
PRICE WE ARE OFFERING THESE TO YOU
Our method of ilnlnti husiness will please you
-A S.ITISFIKII ITSTOJIKH IS III II BUST  'IIVKHTISKJIKXT -
Special prices on Sowing Machines to clear.   If you neeil a machine
NOW is thi; timi; to secure one
A. STRANGE
AIIMSTP.O.NQ AVE.
PIANO
TUNING
I X T I M A I' 1 II >
..Mr. Ahin }'.. rerklnv. Expert
I'liinn   Tuner   nml    Itemiliilor.
Will bo in Criinliroolc within
ten or twelve days uml Will
make his usunl calls.       "R
This Is
No Dress
Rehearsal!
NOTICE
NOW OPEN
Western Cafe and Rooms
VAN HORNE STREET      —      Opposite ('. P. It. Depot
Newly Constructed Fireproof Building
FULLY  MODERN  AND  NEWLY  FURNISHED  ROOMS
—     FIRST CLASS CAFE IX CONNECTION     —
ONLY I'lHKI'ltOOF HOTEL I\ CHANHKOOK
James T. Lsmllaw, Mining KiiRi-
neor ami B.C. Land Surveyor
has authorised Allan II. OoWolf
to handle his practice during his
present uhsence from the city.
2Stt Aug. 22nd, 1928
\. ■' ;■:..■
"1
Lee Ging
Tiillo'ii:„', . Ilry Oiiiiliu:,
PidBslug Repairing
I We also Clean White Furs mul fi
Illleves of All KlIldB. High Class I
Work ai Lowest Prices.
ill  Armstrong Aie., rrnnlirnok. j
I'. 0, Bon .'.Its -
' r/lny.x'r.  :i..:
IT'S THE
REAL THING!
He got a Suit of Clothes Made
by us and is
TICKLED TO HEATH!
H. C. LONG,
The Tailor
Van Horne Street
Opposite C. P. It. Depol
i'i  nil    ti    Phone 4l«
LIVE STOCK
Oood Winter Pasture
Hay If Required
11. C. II. Coleman, Windermere P.O.
Nelson Business College
i E A II N   T O   E A II N
Individual Tuition
t'oiMiiience Any  Time
Hay ami Night Classes
lomplete, Practice) Commercial
'nurse in Shorthand, Typewril-
ng,     BookK.eep.ing,     Spelling,
lommerclal   English,  Commercial  Law, Penmanship,  Rapid
'alelilaliou. FilhiK and Clenenil
Ollleo Procedure.
MAKE VOIR MEALS MORE ATTRACTIVE
■*       AMI NOURISHING WITH
DALE'S New Health Bread
IT'S THE IDEAL BREAD FOR EVERY SPREAD
Phone u   DALE'S Bakery^
For A COOL HltlMi Iry
Candy Box
A trial will convince you
lhal n tastier, more refreshing drinlt is mil procurable,
Our syrups are all home
mndo from pure frnll juices.
We have n hard time keeping our candy ii sells so fast.
VICTORIA CAFE
COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL
Newljr Opened
Fine Food      Delicious Coffee
Pleasant Surroundings
Cleanliness : Absolute Purity
Strictly Home Cooked Food
Satifaction Guaranteed
if< Friday, September "lb, Il»2$
THE  CRANBROOK   HERALD
PAGE   THREE
The CLUB CAFE
Enjoy your meals In comfort here
Service prompt and courteous
Kaoii Die bust tnuiliiy obtainable
REGULAR IHN\i:it \:><:
Eight commodious bouihs for puriles
TIIV OUR COFFEK
Served ivMM CiTjim
— Phone 166 —
II
HOME
SWEET
HOME
Oscar, You're
So Absent
Minded
b*
Terry
Gilklton
'  . "'V.■►;*.,
About Those Boy Scouts j
(i.    ll.    Scarrott,    Deputy
.'iiifiiil Commlsalonor
I »:♦ -j- -t *:• *> *;• *:* *;*•!-•>+** *:• •:* *:- * ■:• -:* *:• •:* •:* •:* *:* •:• <• *!• •:* •:* .*. *•* .^ ^ ■•* »*- *> .>.;. .;*.:- .*.»:- .*«.;. .•. .> .*..;..;. ^..;. ^,;.
"Hair-Groom" Keeps  Hair
Combed—Well-Groomed
Huh Ii  ovor Btruok  you that  you
ought i" Ir' connected with thorn?
But you ought tn ho if only r«»»■ your
own iiinUBcnioul, because thore it* lots
ni' inn nud also 11 lot or good to be
got out of H. "Got oui ot ill" Von  ■
and   hel'oro  you've  been   In   it  five
minutes' a strange   thing   happen. ;
Instead ui' looking lo seo what youjfollsh is the out-of-doors.
can get out of it. you are looking toj    \Ve pay no regiml lo political opia-
Bee what you can put into tt. | iim   m. Boolal   sUmling.    The  move-
Are you, in a general way eflleleuLf im-nt  is ontlrely interdenominational
than one tiling, that Is—the hoy. It
lie can givB the impetus and direct
the boy's enthusiasm into the right
line, Hun is all ho lias In do
The man who joins us to do good
for Hu- boy finds thai he is doing
good for himself ns well, in a jolly
hi",i(]jy ht'Othoi'liood of hoy-men whose
Millions Use It —Fine for Hairl
—Not Sticky, Creasy or Smelly
Get ii jar of "Hair Groom" from
any druggist for a few rents and make
even stubborn, unruly or Bhampoood
hair Btuy combed all day in any stylo
yon like.
Cranbrook Cottage Hospital
(Licensed by prov, Govt.)
Maternity aud General Nursing
Terms Moderate
flits. A. CJUWFOBD,  Matron.
Garden Avenuo      -  l'tione 259
MONUMENTS
CAMPBELL   A    ItlTCHIE
«iimmi;m.u,  CO.
Nelson
Of course you are. You can rend ami
write and so on and—Yes, well, for
Instance can you swim? Yes, of
course you can; can you box a man
of your own weight or hold off an
attack by a ju-jltsn grip?
Can you catch a fish, light a fire
and cock your own food on occasion,
or must yon starve because yon are
dependent on siiiiieone else to do
these simple things for you?
Do you know how to stop a runaway
horse; or rescue a drowning person;
or to render First Aid in the case of
a cut artery?
If you eannet do ltttle things of
this kind you ought to attach yourself
to the Boy Scouts, since, even as a
"grown up" yon will there learn tbis
fast enough. If nn the other hand
you can already do them, it is equally
Important for yon to join the Scouts
is; order that you mny Impart the
knowledge to the hoys.
Of course you may say that you are
too old. or much too busy, or not
finite strong enough, or thut you don't
understand .the variety of subject*]
a scoutmaster should know. These
ure the objections advanced by nine
(in of ten of our officers before they
j( ined ami before ihey found themselves up io the neck—heart nnd soul
in ii, in spile of them. Or possibly
you aro a lady.   It doesn't matter.
The fact is whoever you are ond
whatever you are it Is in your power
to do something- for the boy. Tliat
sounds a big order, hut it is a fact.
Maybe you have n hobby of some sort
The hoys are just aching for hobbies,
nd
| mill;.
training.
Scoutmasters ur;1 badly needed, so
are hobby teachers, physical trainers,
committeemen, ladies to train Wolf
Cubs, financial supporters, etc. We
have 750,000 boys in the movement
and ten limes that number waiting to
come in; waiting till there are enough
men to act as scoutmasters, or until
Ihey have drifted past the crossroads
to waste, and to join the groat army
of fnefflclonts,
The prevalent crime throughout
our country to day Is Self Interest.
"Where do I come in?" "How doe*
this or that policy affect my interests?" "What am I going to get out
of ii?" Thoso are too generally the
first thought in one's mind. The good
of tiie community only comes in a
very secondary place. Through tbe
Scout training we are trying to re-
veir.e this sequence to the mind of
our future citizens.
Our aim is "•Individual Efficiency
for the Better Service of Others"—
thai is, true citizenship, it is brough!
aboul by tho personal example of the
Scout adults themselves and by encouraging tho hoy to develop, through
activities that appeal to him. the attributes of Character. Health, Handicraft aud Service for Others.
Tlie men or women who take a baud
in this will find, as !ifo grow*? shorter
and things get into perspective, that
ibis is ihe only thing that is really
worth while—that really matter*?. It
does a great good tor the youngster,
a greater good for the country nnd.
incidentally a greater good for one-
->vs,iwywwwwv.*.v,v, •., .v
| FORT STEELE \
I NOTES t
Mrs. Cummlnga ami Miss Edith
Cummlngs  returned  frcm  < ranbrool.
I last week.
M:bb Mildred Howard enlertalm
i few friends, ou Thursday in bono
her birthday,
Miss Norali Br.nder lefl on Monday for Ustcr, wher*j she has accepted a position on the public school
staff,
Harry fhaipi .-s lei! iov si:
"reek las: Monday,
Pubtlc school opened on Tuesday,
a good attendance being reported;
the paretitj; are glad to welcome buck
tiie two teachers wlio have been bo
painstaking in their endeavors lo
push tiie scholars ahead.
Miss Annie Fulton lias been entertaining friends from Tabor, .
who returned home lasl week.
Mrs. Cretney and family c
from ihe ranch on Friday.
Miss Gillespie returned on ;
to resume her duties as head n
of tho public school.
INSULIN AGAIN'
WINS VICTORY
Alberta Hoy nt Fernie Outs His
Mi'e h> Discovery of Cium-
ilfnii Physician
feele •Jchira' tftsfo
TV.L  OUTVOME:
A\ATR|MONY   rAO-VT ALWANS j
D£PENP*9    UPON
\on can probably draw ,i sketch, or, ,,.    ,
,,.,.,„     rHl- 8ince " brings you rloso to Hod.
mend a clock, or collect butterflies.|    !„„■„ ,„ ,. ,„„_, _„, „__ ,__
We need Instruct* rs in every kirn! of
Anoiher remarkable cure of diabetes through the application of insulin
is reported from the hospital al Fernie, where Prank Hicks, jiged nine, of
Vermillion. Alta„ wus restored in
convalescence after being in such a
stale of diabetic coma as tn bo comparatively pulseless.
The diseaso had developed and advanced iu the boy within a couple of
weeks. He was brought to the hospital in such a serious stage thai
Immediate treatment wns necessary
without tlie customary preliminaries.
Within twelve hours the boy legpond-
ed to tlie applications of insulin and
he was able to take nourishment
Forget Himself
Mother: "Well, (lobby, did you
remember to be a good boy at the
party?"
Hobby: "I doii'l know, Mumsy. I
had so much fun that I forgot to pay
any attention lo myself."
Personal Dynamics
"Sambo, 1 don't understand how
you can do all your work so quickly
uml sn well."
"I'll tell yiih how t'ls, boss. I jus*
sticks the mutch of enthusiasm io de
fuse ob yenergy— ond Jos' ttatchurally
explodes, I does.
ASY TO ClMI
Just use soap and hot water to clean
SMP Enameled Ware. It is so clean
and so pure. As smooth as china
and as strong as steel. And no metal
touches the food.    Be sure you get
«^WARE
Three finishes: Pear! Ware, two coats of pearly grey enamel
inside and cut. Diamond Ware, ihree coals, light blue and
while outside, while lining; Crystal Ware, three coats, pure
white inside and  out, with Royal blue edging.
Th. Sheet   Metal  Products Co. IjmJSj"
Monlrial TORONTO WlmilM
Edmonton Vancaun, C.1,.r,
CRANBROOK CLEANERS
ANDJJYERS
Every Garment sent to un to ti»
Cleaned or Dyed Is given
Our Utmoal Oare.
Our knowledge* of   the bunlnesi
Is your assurance of satisfaction
here.   Phone, and we will cull,
or bring uh your work
"We i.'lean nnd Dye Bverylhlui
MONK   157
direction, If only for an hour or iwo n
week. Can you not spare that
amount of time?
If you ore too obi you win find
thnt mixing with the boys mnkes you
young again. Ape exelinni-es its experience for tlie fresh yoking dream-'
■>f boyhood. The number of Invalids
who have forgotten their ills when
Scouting is very large The scout- I
master does not  r.ced to know mor*'
Apply to your local officers for fur
ther Information, at the same lime
offering your services,
One
V SMll'I.K Ur.XttlKON
runs out of ideas for a simple.
Chestnut Charlie Again
Ches'iiut Charlie retorts: "Ask any
dentist how much attention you need
and he'll say u mouthful-"
Ilia I'urt
Kind ol' Man (Who has-just stopped
Hilltop gang from Initiating a now
kid iu the community): "So you admit
die unfortunate hoy wus carried to
tho pump ami half drowned? What
part did you take in this affair?'
Nourishing
GEORGE E. BOWER
...RAM., A.R.C.M.,
Muiirai Director
(YftNliiimk Unite*,] BooUtj
1'eHi'lior »r Hinging, Violin tnd
Piano
Preparation for Muilctl Bxanj,
Inktloni
111 ARMSTRONG 4TB.
I'Loui 60S        Cranbrook, n.r.
■* because it
has twice the
butter content
of ordinary
fluid milk
uortltiCt
ST. CHARLES MILK
Pul V| it SOOTH »0H»S. In thi hurt
-Mh. CHILLI VACK Km UK I.
I.lIImwM    frill f —■'■■'
th* Berjri t*. Limit*, f
nourishing, tasty luncheon, especially
for a fish day or I'm  arm weather
Hereunder is n suggestion with recipes which have been carefully pre-!
,t
('renin of Green Ten Soup
■_■ cups Borden'a .St. diaries Milk
I Cupfuls colli water
[    1   teaspoonful sugar
j     'v teaspoonful scraped onion
%     tablespoonfuis butter or butter
substitute
IH tablespoonfula flour
i     teaspoonful salt
's teaspoonful pepper
j    i!     cupftils canned or cooked frcnh
peas
Add the pens sugar and onion io
the cold water ami simmer Tor twenty
j minutes    'i iien rub through n solve;
add the evaporated milk, reheat and
thicken   With  the  flour blended  with
tho butter and the seasonings.
Custard Pie
% cupful SI. Charles MUk
r.( cupt'uls water
I'i! t&blespoonfuls sugar
'■ teaspoonful suit
ie« drops nutmeg oxiracl
crate,i nutmeg
pastry
Lino ii deep pie pluto with the paa-
Iry,    Beal  together tho egi;*, nugnr,
salt und nutmeg extract, then pour In
the evaporated milk nml wuter.   Mix
well, pour Into the lined plate, grate
over n little nutmeg, llnko in a quick
oven nt first to set the rim, decrease
the lieat afterwards, its egg and milk
iombi lint Ion need to be cooked nt
j low temperature.
MINARD'S
King of Pain
LINIMENT
CRANBROOK CARTAGE & TRANSFER CO.
Towrlss X Adams
Agents for Hard and Soft Coal.   Distribution Cars a
Specialty.    Excellent Warehousing.
SAND ami GRAVEL
CIIANIIIKrOK, ll.C.
P.O. Uh til
DELANY & SINCLAIR
SOI.I.  AUKMS FOB
SMP   WARE    IN   CRANBROOK
Pliooe 84
Phot« 84
Tough Kellj
"Pi
Airplane foul Iry
'See here."  said  the angry  cusi
mer, "when I order poultry from y
again 1 don't  want you to send ti
any of those airplane chickens."
"What kind do you mean,   Ir?"
"The sort that are all wings and i
meat."
"Ve**. \\ e If ure Nil fuhnric*.
Te-iluv"
We passe,i a newsboy on the   tr   I
he other day. and listened to        •
he was singing -ll run liko this
•Tlie somr bird'** iiilssln',
Tliey'ie sen relied the tint,
..Hut they'll never find ni.
'Til they search the ml.
Tuiii-di'-tiitii tu iln!
*    *    •   »
All. .Ill Alone
She—"Oh. I wish thai I could find
some place wliere  1  coul : be i ll    fl
entirely from the rcsl of the world."   '
He-  "Try a telephone  booth."
Who is
Our Oldest
Treind
It    would  be interesting   to
know who has been a user of
Pacific Milk for the longest
time Certainly some of lis
friends have known it for many
years Please write to Recipe
department, telling when and
where, end if you like, why yon
first started using this British
Columbia product. We will be
glad ir. send a case of Milk to
our friend of the longest standing,
Pacific MJiiTCo., Ltd.
Ileiid Office, VsncooTer- IU,
Factories st Abbotsford snd Ladnen
-•\tf  ■..■■■;   _«
GKRMAN MINK ABOARD CANADIAN PACIFIC
S.S. "EMPRESS OK AUSTRALIA"
When the Hun planted this big contact mine in the North Sea
during the Great War he little thought that his emissary of destruction
would eventually enter the services of His Majesty King George V, of
England, But this js exactly what happened for this formerly deadly
sphere of steel, which floated above it.s mushroom anchor ofi' the Hriti.sh
coast, ia now a letter box on the Canadian Pacific S.S, "Empress of
Australia." Designed to broadcast a hurrible message of hate and
death it now carries billets doux of love to and fro across tiie Pacific
Ocean.
On the lol't of the shining sphere n large indentation is clearly
visible telling a silent story of a close shave forborne unknown allied
ship. Just ahove this dent is one of the aperture?, now covered with a
cap nut, where formerly the contact arms protruded. These led to tho
glass tubes within which contained the cyanide of potassium aud other
acids which brought about tho desired explosion, The letter slot itself
leads In through the plnlcs which opened on lhe filling mechanism nnd
underneath can be seen the dead-oyo hase which conneeted the mine
with its mushroom anchor.
This mine, like hundreds of nlhers, was swept up from tho North
Sea by the British Admiralty following the cessation of hostilities.
After the removal of its explosives by gingerly methods il was prcsciilcd
by ths Admiralty to the ('atiadinn Pacific Railway mid was installed
en the "Empress of Australia" wueu she entered the servks ml Uws
Order from Any Government Vendor
PALE
BEER
td
A I.IGirr, clear, amber-col
**  beverage, a- rcfroslilng
[ am!
appetizing iu ihe iim-i occr
should he Its consistent purify Is fiMiircd b) scrupulous
cam given to tho method of
brmvbiff,
This advortisemonl is not
published or displayed by
tho Liquor Control Board
or by the Government of
British Columbia, r   M6B ron
rim CRANimouK iiiaui-n
Friday, Soplomlior lib, HISS
fe'is IB Hi I
metbodist £burcb
KEV. ll. C. FBEEMAK, Pastor
SUNDAY, SEPTEMHEB   Olll
Union Services Will Be Discontinue", Sunday Services
As Usual
MORNING SERVICE 11a.m.
12.15 p.m. Sunday School
EVENING SERVICE 7.30 p.nUJMTHD CHOIRS
We will be glad lo see you.Strangers please wait lo get
acquainted.
■mm
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
Phone 8lo l'-0. Boi 383
B. A. MOORHDUSE
A.M.E.l.C. & li.CL.8.
PROY. LAND SUltYMOB
Ofllce - Armstrong A\o.
Cranbrook     -      •      ■      B. C.
I HASH SUSl'EJiSIOK
TAKES   I'lm.OSOl'll.l'AIXY
u\ 11 kmi DEPOSITORS
Sjinpnthj ,1'olt .for lluuugcr
Watson Mini Has Worked
Hard I'm' Home llmik
\   DB.W.A.FERGIE
I DENTIST
J  Campbell-HannluK Block
I       Phone 17.    Office Uouni
| • to 18, I to 6 p.m.   Hula. » to I.
Drs. Greou & MacKinnon
Physician* and Surgeons
Office   at   residence,   Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICE  HOU11S
Afternoons   2.00 to 100
BvanlngB   '.'10 to 8.30
Sundays   200 to 4.00
CBANUIIOOK, B.C.
DR. F. D. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE HOURS
9 to 13 a.m.     1 to fi p.m.
Hanson Blk.. CRANBROOK, B.C.
(From 11
Tin
F. M.
MACPHERSON   |
Undertaker
I'hono s;o
Hornar* Ate, next to lit; lie.ll
M)DUK8 IND SOC1KT1EN
WOMFN'S INSTITUTE
Meets In tbe
G.W.V.A. Ball
after noou ot tbe
flret Tiu'Biluy at
S p.m.
All in lies are
cordially Inrlted
Fresldenti    Mr*. F. CunsUntlne.
8e«.*Tr*Msiireri Mrs. 8. TmjWji.
I. O. O. F.
KEY CITY LODGE,
No. 4t
-fft
Iftftj       Meats
aver*
ssl
ESralMondw
night at
w
-VJ{2*jy I Uf Auditorium
Sojourning Odd Fellows
are cor-
illully Invited.
N.O.
n. u
Burtch
Rao.
Sec   E. G. DIngloy, r.o.
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦■I1*
— Tbo t\
Knights of Columbus I
will meet ln tbe f \
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS I
HALL t
EVKUV THIRD SUNDAY, $
at 9 p.m. 11
i Ferula Free I'resB)
.._ i' i lie suspension or pay-
the Home Bank oil Canada
whieli arrived in Ferule on Friday
evening lust, gave the citizens of this
town another Jolt which momentarily
knocked them off their teet, Nearly
every other itmn or woman in the city
is lied up in some busiuess relation
with tlie Homo Dank, which hail the
complete confidence of ihe local public.
Mr. "Bandy" Watson, the local manager and bis staff, by strict attention
to business have built up ono of the
strongest branches of that institution
in the west, having deposits totalling
more than fSOO.000 in addition to
large loan business, every dollar of
which is absolutely wood, and if oilier
branches of tlio bank bad been conducted in ibe same efllciont manner
failure would have been out of tlie
question.
While great inconvenience has been
caused iu a business way here by tlie
suspension, tilings arc gradually adjusting themselves aud everyone just
'keeps on smiling." One cannot live
thrtfugh iho experiences of the past
twontytliree years in tbo city of Ferule without becoming more or less of
a philosopher and the citizens have
learned lo take tronblo with a smile.
Tlio latest reports from Toronto are
in tbo effect that there will he little
it any, loss lo depositors, although
the stockholders will doubtless he hard
hit. About $10,000 worth of stock is
hold by Pernio people.
The citizens of Fernie and district
lexpreBS every sympathy for "Randy"
i Watson, manager of tho local branch
of the Home Hank, who by his stcr-
I Hiir worth, built up such a fine business for that Institution, only to have
I it wrecked by the carelessness of
j other branches. It .•■, to be sincerely
! hoped that "Sandy" and his amiable
wife ill not be compelled to leave Per-
nie, where they have a thousand
friends.
At a special meeting of the city
council arraiigem-nts were made with
the Imperial Hank of Canada for accomodation lo take care of the City
overdraft for the balance or the year.
Tbo city has about $120,000 tied up
temporarily in tho Home Dank.
In the meantime, several chartered
hanks have sent in representatives to
Pernie, to look over lbe field with a
view to opening n branch here and It
will not be long before Pernio will
again have a third hank.
=—^
Baptist eimtrtj
PASTOR   W.   T.   TAPSCOTT
sr\i>A\, SEPT. rnii
Morning Service 11 a.m.
Sunday School li noon
Evening Service 7.Mn p.m.
SKRYICKS HELD
iu
NAsoNir ti:wm:
£       COMMl M<ATH» j
.ililo character. No amount of "debut-1
ling" or explaining away on public:
I platforms will take the place of this;'
j and, lo do him justice, tbo Premier
seems to have realized this and to have
repented of his challenges to General
McRae, 1 recently received a letter
from the Old Country which was addressed, In par', "Lost Kootenay!"
it is to he hoped that this wag simply
u tribute to my bad handwriting and
uot prophetic; but If our high public
officials are to remain In ofllce with
such grave charges hanging, unrefined, over them, then uot only East
Kootenay, bul tho whole of B.C. will
he Irretrievably "lost." .May l, there
fore, venture to hope that, for lhe
sake of the province, the premier aud
tho leader of ihe opposition will not
long delay taking tho proper course
for public oiii.'inis  nccused of such
I might say. in conclusion, that if
the nitorncy-genorni would follow in
Hit* rootstepn of the provincial party!
ami boldly publish fad. discreditable
to Oouerul Mcltae, instead oE thol
somewhat, timid Insinuations he recently made. I should expect IhojQoil-
oral (whom, I may say. 1 have never
met and of whom I know only by
report I ns lender of what is now a
public tiarty, to adopt iho same procedure as I still hope |o see Inken by
WINDERMERE     jj
[   DISTRICT NOTES ;:
THINKS "SKARCHUGHT"  C1IARG- MesBrs, Oliver and Bowsor.
Kg SIHH'I.II Hi: ANSWKHKIl JOHN BARNAKD
To tbo Editor,
Crauhrook Herald.
Sir:
laynos Lake
August 31st, 1
il"l"l"liil"l"M"l"l"l"liiM"l"l"l'l'l"M"|"H"M'-
i Special tu the Herald)
lnvermere, B.C., Sept. 5.—Sir Joseph aud Lady Reed, of Northumberland, England, wore amongst tlie recent guests at the C. P. It. Lako Wiudermere bungalow camp.
Dr. Allison aud Mra Allison, of
Winnipeg, are guests ut the home of
-Mr. and Mrs. George A. Bennett for
a period of two weeks. Prof, Allison is well known throughout Canada
not only liy reason of his position In
Manitoba College, but also by reason
of liis largely read hook reviews.
Mr. .). .Murray Gibbon, of Montreal,
who has been spending some dayu
hero, returned this week to his home.
Hu was accompanied hy Mrs. and MIbb
million, und John and Murray 011)-
bdn, who have Bpent iho summer on
Mrs.  Gibbon's  ranch, "Cydorvttlo,"
Hev. P. B. Atkinson, vicar of this
parish, left last week lu his automobile tor a short vl ii to relatives in
Penticton, Okanagan district. He
was accompanied on iho journey by
his cousin. The return trip will be
made in the same way.
As one of an attentive audience at
the interesting address recently given,
Iu this district b>  Dr. J. W. Mcintosh,!
lo  explain  why  the  provincial  parly'    j*1
adopted as its slogan "Put Oliver Out   |n a
ill  VI
Amongst tlio outside visitors to the
Fair and Stock Show on Saturday
wero J. A. Buckhain, M. P. P., who
wero accompanied by .Mrs. Goldwin
Stewart, of Vancouver; Mr. and .Mrs.
  C. Bower, of Golden;  Mr. A. Wolfeu-
Iileu,  of Brlsco;     Mr.  McGuiness,    of
y wen to have an Ailad-I^.^.   wiUi  MP( ;i|i(| Mrg> 08waW
IIAKOIJI LLOYD HOES
NOT XEED ALLAMN TO
.MAKE HIS CHANGES
ervtco to change one into|
; nd don't. Let Bowser lu," and us cue,
who, at the time, found the statements'
made by tlie speaker as to lhe actions
of tho Premier and the leader of the
opposition in the matter of the P.Q.E.J
McGuiness,   of   Luxor;   Mrs.   Eric   F
i   different   personage   or   transplant!Smithi M[.   Alvill... Smi|h ..ml Mr> D,
me into a different place.    But its ,.   QemmeU| ftU ot Edgewater.
itill better to bo able to do it one's _
lelf -like Harold Lloyd. Miss Freda Walton, of Calgary, lias
Harold never needs to worry obout  returned from a visit to lhat city, and
almost Incredible, hut has since found t|U. formula or the magic words for iliiS resumed Iter work on ihe staff of
them printed and published for gen- summoning the genii, or about tin- u,e Columbia Valley Irrigated Fruit
err.i perusal, I would like lo ask pub-; proper way io twist the ring. i Lands, Ltd.
Ilcly why Messrs. Oliver and Bowserj    AM he lias lo do is don some grenso ,^.	
havo not promptly taken the matter palnl aud tbo welt known spectacles, i Vancouver.- Gram M.ilux*l, pre-si-
Tlieii, after ho has made up bis mind deut of the American Mining and Mil-
regarding Iho person he would like ttng Co., which acquired the Fish
to he and tha place he'd like to llvo, Creek and other large mineral prop-
he !uis a little conference Willi his. l.rties. has just secured tlie Georgia
staff of scenurio writers. (River Mines, sixieen miles south of
That's all tlie magic necessary toj Stewart, on the Portland Canal,   The
Tin Han id Lloyd from a libido young chap into au adventurous
sailor, a lovesick coward, a "sunshlno"
doctor, a $13 a week depiirinient
store clerk, or any other role he happens to fancy.
Just  now this mysteimis combination  of urease pain*,  spectacles  umljlm-m  wiUi  a groat outlay.    Mr. Ma
-narlo   writers   have   trtintaplnuted | |l0od 1ms a large crew of men at work
most responsible public officials wiH|Haro*d l'-oyd to tlio wilds of au up- stripping ihe vein  for 800 feet and
defend their honor, in this case the|t0*dflle   American   department   storeL„t Op0n  jU seven places.     Official
word is synonymous with honesty, of jl   llu'   comedian's    new   seven-reel ussayB run up to 36 ounces of gold,
l-athocomody, "Safety Last" which lu Mr. Mnhood has l-ft for ihe east to
playing noxt Friday and Saturday nt|confer wiih capitalists who seek in
the  Star  Theatre.    And   it  may  ho
mentioned  thnt   ihe  foaturo comedy
contains more thrills and laughs than
any   ten   pictures   put  ; in lihor  lhat
have ever been made.
nto the Libel Court?
The time has surely come to speak
out aud noi mince matters. Tiie hook-
let referred to is practically one long
series of exceedingly g.'ave charges;
if these are true, then the sooner the
people of B.C. recognise that in their trausl
Premier and leader of the opposition
they have two totally unprincipled ami
untriistorthy men—I had almost said
Bcdundrels—tbe sooner what must he
some modern Augean sinhlcs at Vic
torin are likely i.i he cleaned out; if
they are not true, then the people
have a right to expect that their two
M,
property, wliich is said to bo highly
valuable, passes from tlie control of
c. ll. Dickie, MP. for Nanaimo, who
owned the mines since 1910. TUis is
regarded as one of the richest mineral properties iu tliat district and
will    undergo   considerable develop-
which one, al least, of the accused,
professes to make a specialty,) in
iho only way open to them as public
men i.e.. In the Libel Courts. A private individual may clod to ignore
aspersions ou bis cb- racier, though,
in the case of such serious charges as
lliese, he would surely he ill advised
to do so; but a public official has no
such right, save possibly in n case "]
wliere lib-, accuser is known to he an any one who sings at his work.'
Utterly untrustworthy am]  contempt-      "How you must lovo the most)
"Hlllim" Itelorl
like   cheerfulness,
vestment In these mines and who are
also interested in oilier mines lhat
air about lo pass into his control. He
has realized a fortune in recent sales
hut is putting ft all back into mining
developments of this province. It is
said thai a sum considerably iu excess
of half u million dollars will be devoted to the development of Mahood
mines before long.
14 MILE STRETCH ON
GOLDEN-FIELD ROAD NOW I
UKDEH CONSTRUCTION
Will Ue Another Link in Scenic
Mountain. Route   of
Surpassing: lleiuity
Dirt is now flying on the new
Golden-Field Highway according- to
W. 11. Tlorney, bead of Tierney & Co.,
iho contractors. Camps have been
built and equipment placed on tbe
work with tbe intention of making as
much progress as possible before snow
flies. Ab a mutter of facl Mr Tierney
believes they will continue work all
winter. The distance! is fourteen
miles and part of lbe elevation is 5,500
feel, lt is one of the heaviest Jobs in
point of material that must he moved,
that has been seen on the roads of lhe
province for some time, Most of tie1
distance Is  through  rock,
't'oiuplellou of this road will add
much to the scenic reputation of
Brlllsd Columbia," remarked Mr. Tier
y.    The Goldeu-Pleld  Highway will
tllioct up lite interior road sy-Btom
of the province. There will then rein only the Coast Interim- road to
give the province not only a complete
system of automobile roads of groat-
'i- commercial and scenic value, but a
connocttott Willi the rest of Canada.
The Gold en-Flo hi Highway will connect not only wllh tbe interior road
system, but with the Baurf-Winder-
iriere highway, which was recent ly
opened."
ft
A universal custom
thu! benefits everybody.
Aids digestion,
'':. j   cleanses the teelh,
f soothes the throat.
FLAVOR LASTS
Hold Fast   -   Here's Saietr Last
Fresh Milk & Whipping Cream
800. HALF I'INT
It not lailBlloil will return the
money.
c. oomiEiiis   -
Hub T«l.
L. D.Cafe
(Little Oatvonporl)
When you wish something good
to eat go to the "L.D."
OUB    FBICK8    ABE     B10UT
DEPOT ROOMS
VAN 1IOKNK ST.  0pp. Station
New Building
Nicely Furnished
When In Town Slop Here
lYIUitNATIONW, SCKMC
llh.HWAY TO Hi, LOGGED
MAPPED AXD HI. A ZED
New   Route   Being  Advocated
Jukes in (!n mul In n Circle
nud Goes South to null
The    Scenic    International    Pitrhs
Highway body, with headquarters at
Missoula, Montana, which lias recent-'
ly been advocating the new route under lhal title, now advises that It ban'
completed  a r ran gem cuts in 11 li a map]
publishing company to log, map nnd j
hlaze tlie rond.   The Missoula chamber «t commerce recently Invited representatives  from different   Interests
along  tbe route to  meet  there nud
clhwusfl plans for extensively advertising lhe road, nnd this* Ik the flrsl step
being token in thai direct ion. Th*
International Scenic Highway extends
from Salt Lake City at lhe south end
I detours slightly into the Yellowstone
j Park, on to Missoula, touches at th"
Glacier Park near KaltBpel, und enters B.C, ai Gateway, Al Klko connection is made wiih the better known
| circle   tour of tbe Canadian   Roklkles,
on which Crnnbrook has u prominent
| place.
Kwong  Chong
1AUNDRY
11 Armstrong Avenue
Oppofllte W. D. Hill's
lint Claw  Work  Guaranteed.
Montana Restaurant
Heals at All Hours*
Cigars, Cigarettes and Candles
Cranbrook St.     -     Phone 201
Opp. Bank of Commerce
Hon. T. l). Pattullo, Minister of
Umds, in thanking the general public
ror its co-operation iu keeping down
Hie loss from forest fires this Reason.
Only two-fifths as many fires have
heen reported this year as there were
last year up to tbo same date and
whereas Ihe cost of fighting fires in
1921.' was P4XO00 up to August 17th,
ibe cost this year was cut lo $20,000.
The minister points out, however,
that this is the must  dangerous sen*
STORM RAGES AS MKN
ARK FIGHTING TO TIIE
DEATH AT SEA
Did you ever consider, while viewing a storm in a motion picture, what
\ tremendous task it must be for man
to realistically duplicate the fury of
ihe elements?
One of the most terrifying electric
.dorms ever screened, in which two
men are engaged in a death struggle
fs ti» he ueen in Alicj Brady's latest
Paramount picturo, "Tlie Leopardess"
which is coming to the Star Theatre
ni Wednesday next to remain for two
duys. it ts a storm at sea. the realism
of which has never been surpassed In
any previous production. If onr
could havo stepped Into Pnrauiouut'a
Bastorn studio during the filming of
this picture, they would have observed ii most Interesting spectacle.
Over the set that was being used!
were stretched many lengths of pipe!
reaching from one side of tho BCOUO
Ui the other.   This Pip>* wa ■ generous- >
ly perforated with smalt IwleB through
which    tho   water, when turned on
cinio  spurting  in  huge  sprays.    On!
oltber sido were two large airplane
nropellors which swept the down coming flood mercilessly.    Four Immense '
lights   next     to    the  wind  machine
proved most  realistic lightning on
dllcors.   With all going at once, th
reeull   was a  norm  of  terrible  fur
similar  to  that  shown   in  "Tho
Homestead."   And as thf Btorm t
iwo iiK'ii engaged lu a deadly l
on a st earner yacht.
Don't fail to see this splendid
turization of a thrilling Btorj
Katharine New I hi Butt, which tells ol
a smith Sea Island gld who is forced
to wed n disreputable white man . r.d
who. after suffering many hardships,
regains her freedom through a venge
ful leopardess, Edward rjangtord and
.Montagu Love portray the principal
rides in support of tho alar.
LOOK
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I'ASTIIY
Our Pood nnd Servlco urn Plea-
num. u Hob! nt Friend*.
BOOTHS KOll l.AHIRS
CAFE   ZENITH
CIUM1I100K, ll.C.
Opiiosllo C. P. R.
FRAME'S BREAD
IS GOOD BHEAD
His Pies, Cakes and Pastry   can   not   be   beaten.
THE HOME BAKERY
Phono h«      •      Norbury Ave,
JOHN GARD
PAINTER &
paperhanqer;
Foil Lino of  Wnll Paper
lu  Stock.
Store, Hanson Avenue
Phono 409 at all houra
CIIAMIUIMIK     .     .     .     B.C.
Old
:ltll.
l'l
by
Vancouver. ll.(',.—Negotiations ara
pending between a number oi' British
Columbia cannery owners and a firm
in London. Hug., for the markotlng ol
about 70 per cent of tbe 192.1 canned
salmon pack of tbis province. Not
Knowing wbnt tbe pack mny be no
definite plans can be made to abs
lhe output; but It the deal fs closed
Il is expected that aboul 160,000 caaoa
of salmou will move first and more
later If the pack is satisfactory.
iMiik and Cream
DIRECT r'ltOM
Big Butte Dairy Farm
I HONK   II)
ADIAN
ClUXIIItOOK TIIMV TU
Ml li; DAILY   To N.-lsou. Vano
Spokane ele. Arrive 12.10 p tn. le.
12.20 p.m.
Ml. (is DAILY To Pernie. I.elhbrlcil
Medlclno Hat, Oaljbry, etc. ArrJ
I.Ill p in.; leave 4.-0 p.m.
1'ruuhi k,  Hvcliffe,  Kimberlfj
ilce:
Yo. Mill    Leave 7.0:> a.m. No. Slil-
rlvo 2.10 p.m.
i'ranbroon, Lake Windermere a>|
Golden Ser, ice
Monday  and  Thursday,  each  wl
—NO. 821, leave 8 a.m.     Wednesl
and Saturday- NO. S22 arrive 3 30 ,|
For further particulars apply in
tteket agent
J. D. PROCTOR,
District Passonger Agent, (taU,|
Hall ot America'* fun loving boy
s< I 'he year nnd Ihe same care, or' ,.,„,, „, IU,. v„„th W110M courage und j,,, „ ,() yom. |mnpl,
even greater vigilance must be exer-]w hr|nm forgotfulncss and smiles tol
olsed for another month If the splen
.Mil lil^ll record Is lo be maintained
j joy brings
millions!
Hall to bis eye;'.
Hall to bis thrilling deeds!
iness ftnr!
Soo   him    In   his   greatest
bean
comely
-l.-ni
a   thrlll-a-ralnute
a   laugh n-soconil
full of Inughtoi'l
I Chestnut Churlle-"You   can't,   build I.Al'CUTKR KlltST
' a reputation on lhe B-lots ol life."
Ulvo your
sensalion!
(live your
Hilrprise!
AND T.AS T IN "MAKKTV LAST AT TH 10 STAR NEXT FRIDAY AND
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14  AND IS
cbievment!
UNLESS you see lhe name "Bayer" on tablets, you|
are not getting Aspirin at ;ill
Accept only an "unbroken package" of "Bayer Tablets ol
Aspirin," wliich contains directions and dose worked out bi
physicians durint; 22 years and proved safe hy millions fo|
Colds Headache Rheumatism
Toothache       Neuralgia "        Neuritis
Earache Lumbago Pain, Pain
Handy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tablets—Also bottle*
f 21 and 100-DnijlK1"1!
,v..r Uanofictu'e ■•' M»
Aaplrln la the trade mark ir. Rial, r, .1 In Cnnatt,         _	
ai.iharlilratar of MaUuylkaclu.    While It la w.ll known null Aal'l.I i
inanuraclura, (• aaalat ttf Mfflo asatnat IntlUtloiia, tbe Tablrte <it llur.r
will ba ,llan,S WM*. OMS t—a— I cnbU obaak, Uu. "Itarat Creaa." Friday, St'iili'iiilMT ;ih, 1088
THE  CRANBROOK   UF.KAI.n
PACK   FIVE
MBERLEYand WYCLIFFE
INTERESTING ITEMS CONCERNING  HAPPENINGS IN AMI AUDIT THK BUSY TOWN- ON THE NORTH BRANCH, WHERE  MINIM), LUMBERING AND FARMING INTERESTS ARE SUPREME.
'";. Packet-of ''■>
'   W1L§0NS "N
FLYMDS
\WIUXILlMaBETtire'THiiN"
\ $8°-WORTH OF ANY /
'XSTICKYFrt'CATCHfKV7,1
Clean t« handle.   Sold by all
Druggists, Grocers and
General Stores
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦*>♦♦♦♦♦♦*
KIMBERLEY       !
$
NEWS NOTES
++++*+***+* *:•**:• * * *:« * * * $ * * *+*
Por tlione School shoes seo a. MoI-
lor. He carries the kind (hat last   27-
Mrp. II. Llewellyn of Chapman's
camp returned home on Friday from
Vancouver where bIiq has heen spending some weeks.
Mis. Kingwell of Victoria, accompanied hy her four children, arrived
in Kimberley on Friday. Thoy will
occupy A, Capern's house for thoprea-
ont.
Miss ii.ith Fox of Rosslaud arrived
Sunday, Miss Fox will haye charge of
tho primary grades of the school.
Club Cafe, Cranbrook, commodious,
('lean, comfortable, 16tf
Mr. Floyd Irwin of Nelson, arrived
in Kimberley mi Monday, to take up
bis duties as principal or the public
school.
Mr,  and   Mrs.   1).   Morrison  of  Cul-
in Kim-
gary, are visiting tbei:
berley.
I    List   your   property   with   Martin
! Bros. 15
!    Mrs. A. Capern and family left lasi
week for Victoria.
Tommy Thompson bus returned to
Kimberley after spending a short
holiday in Nelson.
Mrs. Morrison of Bend, Washington,
bus roturned to her home after making u short visit with friends in Kimberley.
Mrs. X. \V*. Burden entertained last
week ul tho tea hour in honor of Mrs
Morrison, of Bend.
Mrs, W. A. Flteison, accompanied
hy her daughter and Miss Kdith Pot-
ora of Rossland, spent tbo week-end
In Kimlierley visit Inn her son, W
IQlletson, assistant accountant in the
company office.
Before deciding on Hint new building or that repair work* see Geo. R,
Leask, tbe Pioneer Builder of Kim
berley and Cranbrook. IStf
Tho local branch of iho OAV.V.A.
will bold a dance In their now hall on
Friday, September 7th. Como with
the crowd nnd enjoy yourself.
Mr. and Mrs. Diamond of Chapman's
lamp, motored to Trail for a few days.
Mrs. N. W. Burdett Is spending a
few weeks in Cranbrook with her
daughters.
Mr. Archibald of tho Consolidated,
made a Short visit to Kimberley this
week.
Anyone considering taking life insurance should consult Kariin Bros.,
Crnnbrook. They are District Agents
for Canada's largest life company, and
have specialized in that business for
fifteen years. lBtf
Last week a number of c. P. II. ofll-
ctats made a tour of inspection of tiie
, concent rator   and   new   rock   bouse.
The party, which was conducted over
(in Friday evening a dance was the promises by Mr, Chapman. Mr.
held in tho recreation hall, Chapman's j Diamond and Mr. Montgomery, Inclu-
enmp, to celebrate tbo opening of the ded Mr. Melnnls, vice-president of
new mill. There was a record crowd the C. P. R., Mr. Angus, director, of
and all voted the evening a distinct; (he C.P.R. Mr. W. Stephen of the C.P.
success. freight department. Mr. Flett C.P.R. j
"~ superintendent nt Cranbrook, nnd Mr.
Tuesday marked the opening of the   ft  p   mnhf  mtmfigt}V of the  Royal
new school year. There were one bun- Bn"k  fl( cruuhvoo^.
dred ami ten  enrolments,    which    is _
tho largest enrolment In tlie history Tuesday oveninr. the local Order of
of tbe school. The present building!Odd Fellows bold an Initiation meet-
is very crowded and great imprest is. ing in Morrison's hall. Memborfl of
being taken iu tlie proposed erection j tie order from Cranbrook and other
of two additional rooms. points were present.
Jones & Doris, Cranbrook contrac-1 Time yet to wear Canvas Shoes,
tors, will bo pleased to estimate on *« ft" ottering some special bargains
that new building. 15; ■" tllt?sp.     A- Mellor. 27tf
When Veu Think nf Insiinmce
— Call Up —
BEALE & ELWELL
I'linne 211     ::     Cranbrook
s.ilr Agents for Klmberle; Towmlle.
Dimor's Cafe
K 1)1 It E It I  E Y
— Opim Day and NiRlit —
Vim i,ill lui"? Tiinr tfeftll ul
Ihis t'nfr.
our Borvtca Is Prompt ami .r
ahvava try li, jiloasp
ICE CHKAM - SOFT DIUNKB
Llglrt Rolrothmonti
FOR SUPERIOR
Itrv rirnlllntc Prc«*lllR
llrinilrine & laimiln Work
— Soe —
M- F. LUELLEN
Box AT : KIMBERLEY .
\V« rail for anil deliver gooils
Sail.faction  c.uaranteed
.Va*^vww*www*dvww%w
>    Morrison & Burke    >
\  Healers In Coal nnd Woml   j
I'll meet you at the Club Cafe, Cranbrook. lBtf
Mrs. c. a. Foote entertained at
bridge 011 Friday evening.
Misses Winnie and Mildred Burdett
have returned in Cranbrook tc attend
high school.
Interesting visitors to Kimberley
this week were .Mr. ami Sir.-.. 0. If.
Thompson, and Miss Mary Thompson.
of mairmnre. Alta., and Mr. and Mrs.
M. MolSlmon und daughter of Nova
Scotia, who motored here over the
BanfMVlndermere  road  and  veiled I
Mr. Thompson's urothor and Blstor-Io
-law, Mr. nml Mrs. 0, C, Thompson.
The parly, full of enthusiasm over
the trip, were unanimous in voting!
Marble Canyon, a spot thirty- five!
milts west of Banff, the most beautiful tin the way. Side trips to take j
Louise and Moraine Lake were eon-'
sidered well worth the time spent 00j
thorn. On the way. some excitement
was provided in the form of a real live
bear, when Mr. Bruin, cornered, ob-|
Ijglngly   climbed   a   tree  and   allowed;
himself to be shot, by cameras, a>
number ot times, In Bevp.«l attractive
poses, Tlie party left for their homes]
early Wednesday morning.
Knickers that are just lbe thing for
tlie boy to wear to school are being
offered at reasonable prices at A.
Mellor's. 27tf
(Too late for lust week)
Mrs. Tom Miller and other friends
from Cranbrook nre visiting with Mrs.
linrr for a few days. •
One of the best ball games of the
season as played hero last Sunday
between Wycliffe and Kimberley, tbe
score being 10-5 In favor of Kimberley.
Mrs. Myreno gave a party to a number of friends on Monday liefore leaving for Spokane, Wash.
A birthday party was held nt the
home of Mrs. A. A. Ward in lienor of
Miss Louise, on Tuesday. Everyone
had a delightful time und the young
hostess was the recipient of many1
beautiful gifts.
Miss M. Harvey and Mrs. BIrce of;
Cranbrook, were visitors at tbe home
of Mrs. J. P, Lewis on Monday evening.
Mr, and Mrs. Seaton and little son.
accompanied by Mrs. A. Morrison
returned Monday from a visit to
Banff.
Dr. L. Q. Rice, dentist . will be at
lhe North Star Hotel, Kimberley, from
September 13th to 26th, 28-2P
w. M. Archibald, manager of mine*
for ibe Consolidated Mining and
Smelting Company of Canada. Ltd..
wan iu Kimberley last week ou business ai tiie big Sullivan lead-zinc
mine ol tiis company. — Rossland
Miner.
H B Shelledy and family, who
have been nt Kimberley for some time,
1 arrived home Monday by auto, hav-
i Eng made Hie trip over tlie new Jtanff-
[ Windermere highway before return-
ling to Kosslnud. where Mr. Sbellody
j will resume his duties with tlie C. M.
Ui S. Co.. ns surveyor in tlie local
j mines. - - Rossland Miner.
 -
Kimberley Man
Buried Wednesday
Heath   hi'   Kenneth   McDonald
Took Place Monday, following Accldonl Reconlly
WYCLIFFE NOTES
Tin
Mo
death of Kenneth McDonald i
y htsi al the
Kimberley hospi-
wan
the
but
widespread
resident of
'ction will
■ad. Tw.
health, in
ide
lie cause
■". Tbougli
months the dei
hecome well and fuvornl
The circumstances in count
his death are particularly *
weeks ago, in the best of
waa going about his work
whllo plans were being m
happy future. On August 24th Hi
unfortunate man was riding down th
skip, when lie was thrown from th
car, a wheel passing over his fool alii
it was found necessary to ampiilat
the injured member. Excellent progress was being made toward recovery, but on Saturday signs of tetanus!
appeared, and despite all that. medi-|
cal aid could do deaili en,tied on!
Monday.
The deceased, who was In ills 37th
yeur, was a native of Stornaway,
Scotland, where his parents now reside. 1'rovious to coming lo Kimlierley be wus at Sandon, in*.
The funeral service was held on
Wednesday afternoon from the Presbyterian church, Crnnbrook, when a
large number of friends met to pay
their lasl respects. The.service was
under tbo auspices of the Oddfellows'
I dge, of which the decoanod was a
our pleasurable duty to mou-
tiou in this week's column lhe
martini. • of iwo well known young
people, formerly residents of Wycliffe.
The event took place In Cranbrook.
at the English church, on Saturday
evening last at eight o'clock, when
Mr. Clifford Lewis ami Miss Dorace
M. Staples wero united iu marriage
i.y Rev. K. V. Harrison. The affair
was Intended to be < E a quiet nature,
attended only hy relatives, bul tbe
[ceremony over, tho happy couple wore
surprised on leaving the church with
i a hearty barrage of rice thrown by
friends who desired to pass on hearty
good wishes to tbe bride and groom.
,Miss Marie Patterson attended the
'bride and Mr. Everett Staples, brother
of the bride, supported the groom.
I Mr. und Mrs. Lewis will reside In
|Spokane, wliere tho groom is omploy-
, od. Tliey leit for that city on the
|westbound train out of Cranbrook on
Sunday.
f*f4**aaa+4>+to4t4*H*>*}
THE I
Owing to tbf.1 departure of Ibeir
battery and several other members of
the team, the Kimberley ball club,
runners tip in lbe second half of the
league schedule, find thomsolves unable lo field tt team to oppose Fernie
iu the play-off for iho Daily News
Cup;   thoroforo, II  being agreeable to
W. N. Foul
McRoberts o
visitors ut lb
C. A, Foole fo
On Sunday, ii
Frank  Hogg aud Mr.
Pincher  Crook, were
home of Mr. and Mrs.
several days last week.
company witli Mr. ami
I lie   F
nd son Nelson, of
otes' and their gnosis
t time at Green Bay
Mrs. It. A. Smith
member, belonging to Silver City lodge! Moy
at Sandon.   All fellow brothers from Upon
the newly formed lodge al  Klmhorl
who could got away were iu alien
mice as well as many officers of tlio I
Consolidated Co,   Rev. k. vv, MacKay  \|-;>y ODDfEliliOWS'
who conducted the service spoke voryj       j ()1)QF
Mr.  an
i Friday to
Mrs.   A.
spend ;i va
Home   leave  ou
"lion iu Spokane
IS   INSTITUTED
AT   KnilSKItl.r.Y
ory |
feelingly with regard lu lhe deceased.1,
referring to the probable early training in bis Scottish home, of the bring- SuiUvan   Lodge,  No. 85, Starts
Existence With  Healthy
Membership
	
]    Tuesday  lasl   was a  red letter day
tf Kimlierley.
ing Up tliat he bad received, which bad
resulted in making Kenneth McDonald
tho trustworthy, loyal, dependable
and faithful man that he was known
Otis Staples Lumber Co.,
Limited
I Manufacturers all Kinds of Lumber
Pine, Fir, and Larch
SI..UI WOOD
SPECIAL ATTENTION LOCAL ORDERS
HIGH CLASS MILL WORK
Enquiries Promptly Dealt With
MILL OFFICE & YARD
Wycliffe, B.C.
♦*<*$***** **•:••:• •:••:•
:. .*. .*..*,.> .*. .*. .*. .*..*. .*.+<,*+t-M* *+*+* ♦ * * *
Fernie, the Wycliffe team will do bai
He with the Fernio club in Kimberley*i
itead. The first game was played at
Fernie on Sunday lasi. when, after .
thrilling game, Wycliffe won by Hvi
runs to four. The second and possibly the deciding game will be playw
here next Sunday afternoon. A bit
crowd is expected to witness thli
game which  may decide  wliere tin
Justly pi
done ou:
... Ion i
Hid, and the roads we have
besl for, the writer had oc-
taik with   two   or   three
fine piece of silverware.
tllO lake newspaper, b; It
big the coming year.
It's a good   rub
whenever you get
what keeps it in c
rculn
Tbe children of the wyi IflTi Sui
day school attended their unmi
nlc In force on Monday afternoon,
Tlie natural park below the b -
diamond was chosen as this year's
picnic site, and with plenty ot water
for bathing close by, it prove I to bs
ideal, of course the youngsters enjoyed themselves as is their custom a; a
picnic.
Oallfornlan tourists while iu Vancouver  recently;   and  might  U  be said
m this connectlou that these nomads
w ire  both of the dyod in the wool
Minn   oi  tourist—and  tbe amateur;
daring our talk of roads, mountains,
maps and man eating tnosqultos etc..
onated by the  aforementioned  article came  up
eslde dur- tor   discussion.    Remembering   Uiat
these people had travelled over paved
and had admired other wondor-
lhe buck ful scenery since leaving our own par*
that's tlcular turner cf the Kootenays, wo
fell really gratified and almost avenged when we heard what one Oallfornlan tourist  said concerning the un-
appreciative soul  who evidently  lias
never got "tbe spirit of the thing."
Mr. and Mr?.
spending a few
Mary's take.
S.    Staples  aro
camping at  St.
Mr. D.
days on
II. Foster is spendlng#a
a   business trip to Sout
HUNSmt WOKk DONE
S    Tell your wives and loll your    3»
*l friends jj
TIRES-TUBES-TIRES
30 x 3 1-2 Tires  -  $10.00 each
Wa sell nil Leading Makes «I Tires ami Tnlies.
We Repair any size »r Tire, Cord or Fabric.
There Is BO Joli too f,nfgc, anil nn .lull Ino Smell.
till,
ACCKSSORIKS
GASOLINE
Wilson's Vulcanizing Works
OPPOSITE LIQUOIt BTORH CRANBROOK, B.C.
NINhltU ACT
(Form P)
Certificate o!' Improvements
Bruce Robinson
'.'earlier of Mnslc
Studio: linker SI., Cranbrook Plions MS
ROBINSON'S ORCHESTRA-DANCES ARRAN6E0 FOR
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada Limited
OFFICES, BMBLTINO AND REFINING DEPARTMENT
TB1IL,   BRIT1NII   COLUMBIA
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
Purchaser! of Wold, Silver, Copper, Lead k Zinc Ores
Producers of Gold, Nllter, Copper, Vis Lead and Zlne
"TADANACBRAND
N II T I V E
•'I.jiiu-0 Jack," "Hriisa Hat," "Boom,
■Hun." lillKlny," "lto.1 Tniip," "BUS,"
"Boso," "Observer," "Pilot," "Uml Fr,"
"Tar," "Pop," "Lorry." "Douve,"
"Oajrn«o Fr.," "Ack Ack," "Am,"
"Paraohuto," "Tap," "Tanlao," "Sun,'
"i-viTiiiu." "Blimp," "Spad," "Park,1
"Too Muck," "nils Fr.," "Oil," "Bon
Fr." "I'dII,"
MINERAL CLAIMS
Situate In iho PORT STEELE Mlnlns
Division of Koolonay  Dish-let;
Wliero located — On tlio .Sullivan
inn. near Kimberley, B.C.
TAKE NOTICE Hint Tlie Consoll-
dated Milling & Snioltlng Company,
ot Canada, Limited, Free Minor's Cer-
tlilnitr- No. 76800-C, Intend, sixty <luy§
from tlio ilnle hereof, to apply to Ihe
Mining Recorder Tor a Certificate ot
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining it frown Grant of the above
claim,
Anil further tnko notice that action,
under section 8ft, must be commenced
before I lie issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements,
Dntoi! tills »:lr,l dnv ot August,
A. D. 1923,
THR CONSOLIDATED M1NINO
AND SMELTING CO., OF
CANADA. LIMITED,
Per R. G. Montgomery, Agent.
M-M
to be.   With n character so generated|amolls lho oddfellows
It was little wondor he was among |wl,en „ |oug(J „f ttai „,.,icr wus in-1 Alberta.
tbe flrsi lo respond to the call In 1014, stltuted here,   Sullivan Udge, No. 35, -
when  In, enlisted In ihe navy.    He ng n wm i„, known got away to a     As is .miio customar
telt that lt would bo belter It there tiyi„g   st:ll.|    „■!„,„   several   former   '
wore more coming up Into manhood granil ioige officers of B. C. und Al-
witli the same ideals as lie who hail  berta   anil   a   largo  delegation  from
just   passed away nnd who hail loft cranbrook wero  present  to  put the
the  earth  lhe belter for his  having |;,[n„| member „„ Its feet.
been.   At the grave side the service,   (lr,.,„,| Master D. H. Prottdfoot, of
of the  I.O.O.F. was read, sprigs of Nelson, assisted by the D.D.G.M.. F.
evergreen  being cast  Into the open   u. Morris. P.O., Cranbrook and P.G.M
graie by lis members, a sprig of rcnl,Tll||Vi of Alberta, nnd P.G.M.. H. While
Scotch heather also being put In by ,,„• cranbrook, and i greo team from
Rev. E. W. MacKay.    The beautiful Cranbrook, were In lhe main respon-
flornl tributes were but slight tokenLpjio for tbo success of the Institution
of the esteem in which the deceased 0f the lodge,
was hold.   The nail bearers were fel-,   Tn0    inc|B„ having  beeti'declared
low lodge  n from Kimberley. Ilobt. formally open by the district officers.
Turner. Angus MaoDonad, Daniel t||, following odicors elected by the
McLeodj, (Duncan Morrison, Charlm charter members were Installed.
Morrison, and Daniel MacDonald. j NoDie (il.,„„|, p0ntus Johnson;
Floral offerings were noted from tbei Vice Grand, W. S. Green; It. S. and
following: Consnliiiated Milling & Fin. Sec. John \V. Blezard; Treasurer.
Smelting Co.. star; Messrs. McDonald R, E. Pemberlon.
and McLeod, wreath; Mr. Kfrby and Following this 2:1 candidates
Elva McLeod, sj-iay: Mr. D. MacDon-1presented themselves for initiation, all
uld, wreath; Mr. 0, Morrison and being put through tbe first, second and
family, cross: Key Cily Lodge I.O.O.F. j third degrees. letter a supper was
No. 42, wreath: ti. W. X. A.. Klmber- served—of to be more correct one
ley. wreath; Mr. and Mrs. J. McLeod. should say a breakfast—some having
Nelson. weathlArbeau Sisters, sprny; barely lime to throw off the regalia
Mr. J. Murray. Trail, spray; Mr. B. A. before going on the morning shift.
McDonald and A. Campbell. Nelson,! The meeting ttook place In the Odd-
anchor; Pipe Kilters, Chapman's;fellows new hall, formerly tbe Chas.
Camp, wreath. Morrison store.
•VWWaMaWJWaW.
Here! Here! Here!
MAMMOTH
CARNIVAL
— TIIIIKi: DAYS
Thursday, Friday & Saturday
Sept. 13,14 & 15
AT KIMlllltUV
Consisting of tho Following Attractions:
MERRY (JO ROUND — mul — GIANT FERRIS W1IKKK
fivk KiHjruurs sim:siio\ys
FIFTEEN CLEAN, SNAPPY CONCESSIONS
Don't Hiss (lie Hriiri.. Midway
Open Afternoon**, ni 2 p.m. Open Evenings at 7.30
the home town looked as desert
Slielhy. Montana, on Momlay. th?
hciiiK Labor Day and everylKxIy's
(dtty.   Sanif picnic parti**'* lorafr<i ^<ii
the  banks   nf   tbe   rit.   .Mary's   while!
others journeyed    fartlier    afield    10'
Green  Bay.  Waea   I*ake.  Oldtown or,
St. Mary's Lake.    As far as! fs known;
everyone came back happy and «*i;!i-;
out accident, l-arrine Mr. Ted Fisher,j
Who bad the   misfortune   to   collide
with a Ford truck on tlie narrow r-*
Mary's I^ike rood, however the material damage was not  v*-ry extensive,]
but tbe occupants of tlie car were    -
deed fortunate tu tbe collision occ ir-
red over one of the steep hanks and
tbo party missed going over only by
inches.
Mr. Aubrey E&mp baa journ*
from us. when last seen he wa= headed in the general direction <">f Kimb-r-
ley where he Is employing himself In
future. "Creston" will be mlss<*d. we
wish him luck.
With regard to un article recently
published In a local paper and reprinted in Vancouver dailies with
reference to the prodii*Ioiis efforts of
one Don Doig of Loa A!ie*-l*'*s t<i create a false impression of Ihe scenery
of this district . of which we art* t-o
Lovcl/ tints to
match cveryconv
plexion.60cabox.
Tait '.re kutnt ttrday
Sold by
UiCATTIK NOBLE  DRL'G CO.
— The Rexall Store —
CRAW BROOK       -     -       BO.
Where lt pars to deal
Is It
Worth While
KEEPING Tl'I lit: ll nut B.C. INDUSTRIES'
KEEPING AI.IVi: A PROSPEROUS PAYHttl.l.t
KEEPING II It AMI HAITI lit I> II. CI
KEEPING TIMBER FOR *IAMI AITl'Iti:!
KEEPING A GREEN FOREST FOR POSTEIIITV.'
Then—
Prevent Forest Fires
IT PAYS
K.XL^aUiJU.Uinut MM,..
I PAGE SIX
TIIE   CRANBROOK   HERALD
Friday, September "tli, lf)2!I
J,,>*i"i"H"i"i' 'I**!*v'.' 'i'v 'J' •'•'*.••'»' •,'•.'•'*•',
<..;..;..;..;..;..;,.-.J..;..;. .*• .*. .J* *> *J. •;• ,
Special in English China
Aynsleys, (Vloorcroft. Etc.
I    I   LOCAL  1
1 SAPPEMNGtf
Cups and Saucers .... $1.00 A $1.?5    *    insure with Beale & Elwell
SEE OUR WINDOW 1
A. EARLE LEIGH !
Watchmaker & Jeweller       Norbi
Next Door Star Theatre      |
Jdbli Gurd left ou Tuesday of this
week for a visit of <i week or tin days
In Spokane.
Qulgley
If.
uilti
nl
Sw,
•Ull
irs untl
Ci
)ats
al C
Irmly
&
Kyt
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tin
■ T
'ailors,
Bs
iker
Sire
ot.
23t£
:
HE Tudor   Console   Model is   ono   of the
finest examples of period style cabinet making
that has ever been produced.     See it!
J.    0.    HAoLAiV!     CRANBROOK DC
HORN—At tbe St. Kugene hospital,
ou Monday, September 3rd, to Mr, and
Mrs, J. F. Clulmout, oi Nelson H.c a
daughter.
We carry a   lull   lino    nt    I.il'ulmoy
Running shoes.
w
es win every linn
P. DORAN.
M A. Kustlioi' was lbe recipient Ihis
week oi' a beautiful Bolld gold watch
from the Sun Llfo Assurance Company
an a if si inioiii.il oi' Ins hustling ability for iInn company. Pernio Free
Pretw.
BORN—On Thursday, Ann. BOth nt
the si. Eugene hospital, to Air. and
Mrs. A, Logan ot McQIIUvray, B.C., n
ilnughter.
Our best ad. Is a proper lilt ing Suit
mi a satisfied customer.
23tf    Qrady .<; Lye, Tailors, Baker St.
26tf
Tbe Baptist Women's Mission Circle
will meet, at the home of Mrs. W. H.
Brown, Norbury Avenue, on Tuesday,
September 11th, al U p.m.
Those Splitting
Headaches
•  •  •
may be caused by eye strain.
A big percentage pf headaches are. We can soon tell If
yours aro by examining your
eyes. Come and have us
[est them. We can probably
cure your headaches permanently as we have curod others. Only moderate charges for glasses.
W.H.Wilson
Jeweler
lleiiistilchiiig.-
leu Avenue.
Mrs.   Surtees,
For   English   All   Wind   Sox
IIKIUTY'S price before you buy,
Mr. Thos. Doris is having a Caloric
beating system installed in his resilience, intending to be real comfortable this winter. This system Is also
being put iu by Pal more Bros.
met^>tMm*^mM*m^>Mit^**m
nut] Utile daugh-
lo the cily last
two   or   three
; in lios Angeles.
Autumn
Mrs. N. K. Ryckman returned lo the
clly on Friday last afler a holiday of
about two mouths, which she spent
at various points in tbe western Slates
including the Yellowstone park and
Southern California and also some time
in Victoria.
We carry a full line of Men's Women's and Misses' Shoes.
Our low prices win every time.
W. P. DORAN.
Is your car Insured against, collision? There have been several collisions recently. No mailer bow care
fill a driver you nre. yon cannot tell
what, tbo oilier fellow is going to do.
Play safe and Insure with Beale &
Elwell.
Miss Helen DeCew, .who was h.St
year on the public school staff here,
has commenced work this term with
the Fernie school board Principal
Sheffield, of Fernie. who has been
appointed to the public school inspectorate of the West Kootenay district,
is carrying on the work at Fernie till
a successor is appointed.
ANNOUNCING
OUR   IN1TIAX   SHOWING   OF   THK   VERY
LATEST AMI Till: FIRST 01 THE NEW FAM,
Millinery,
Coats & Dresses
Till: SMAHTEST AM» .MOST DISTINCTIVE
STYLES OF THE NEW SEASON DIRECT
I TUMI THK LEADING MAKERS
FRIDAYS SATURDAY, SEPT. 7-8
IMEERY BROS.
Mrs. M, Kemball, who has been eon-
fined to the hospital from heart,
i rouble, continues Io make good progress It is slated.
Miss  WANDA  E.  FINK, A.T.C.M.
Teacher of Piano and Cello, is now:
tccepLtng pupils for the above.     iMitf
Patmore Bros, have Installed a t'al-
>ric heating system In the new store
building owned hy Mr. .1. Jackson, on
Norbury Ave.
Store your valuable deeds etc., In
Heale and Elwell's vault. Tho cost ls
a trifle.
Mrs. J, Morrison of Kimberley is a
patient at the hospital suffering from
an infected arm.
At the meeting of the Kootenay
Tennis Association held at Nelson
hist week-end during tbe course of
the annual tournament, Dr. W. A.
Fergle was elected the representative
from Cranbrook on tho executive of
ibe Association.
Just arrived, 1927 latest Dodge with
all the very latest improvement';.
Also the 1924 new Overland wllh full
floating nxle and high radiator. Viil-
UQ cannot he surpassed for the price.
Ofve us a call and we will give you a
drivo or explain all the new features.
DEZALL'S OARAGE.
A. C. Bowness and family, of Cranbrook, passed through Fernie today
on their way home from Banff, Arthur says to look out for lhe Cranbrook curlers next winter, as Alan
Graham brought home five pairs of
new rocks from Scotland and Ihey are
guaranteed to gel the mpney.—Fernie
Free Press.
Seasonable Fruit
Bartlett Pears  $2.90
Elberta Peaches  $1.65
Italian Prune Plums $1.50
Tomatoes, per basket, ,40c l'W crate $1.40
llradsliaw Plums, per basket .50«t Per wate .. $1.65
Washington Plums per basket ,50$ l'er fr"te $1.65
Concord Grapes, per basket $1.00
Malaga drapes, per pound ',:  .25C
Duchess ii Transparent Apples,  per box $1.40
Green Peppers, per pound 20$
Ice Cream Melons and Water Melons, per pound .05$
John MANNING
THE ARROW STAGE LINE
IS NOW RUNNING UA1I.V BETWEEN
Cranbrook and Fernie
Route:—Fort Steele, Hull River, AVnrdncr and Elko.
Leaving Cranbrook: Leaving Fernie:
Cranbrook lintel: 8 a.m. King Edward Hole): 3 p.m.
Prices to Fernie $5.00 and lo oilier points according to
distance
Willi HANDLE EXPRESS AND MG1IT FREIGHT
For Cranbrook, Phone Koolonay fiarage 147
For Fernie, Phone Fernie Oarage, 158
Anybody Wishing to Go Fishing or for a Picnic
Arrangement* Will GIhiIIjt He Made
■VWWWV*Wa*.*aViV.tAV.WIMM
.■■wwwwwwwwwww
iWVWWW
* Here! Here! Here!
MAMMOTH
CARNIVAL
— THREE DAYS —
Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday
Sept. 10,11 & 12
AT CRANHIIOOK
Consisting of the Following Attractions:
MERRY (JO ROUND — anil — GIANT FERRIS WHEEL
F1VK WW CIRCUS ttllt-ESIIOWH
FIFTEEN CLEAN, NNAITV CONCESSIONS
Don't Miss tilt) Hrlurlit Midway
Open Afternoons at \i p.m.
SITE: NEW
^V/^JSFlAAflAflAVAVW^iPtfV^VVVAV.V.
Open Evenings;
PARK GROUNDS
Insure, With Beale unit Elwell
Hilly Orecn&elt on Tuesday to
sume iiis studies at school ln Vnnci
Mra. Qroen i
-is Spokane*
cotnpanylng him as
Qrady &■ Eye are up-to-date cater-
rs to the ilreas rooulrenienta o! pro
gressive men.
2Stf
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. McPhee ami
family returned on Wednesday from
West Robeon whore tliey have heen
visiting fnr a time with relatives. They
made the trip both ways by road.
.Mrs. Pinlnyson, Teacher ol Piano
nn! Violin, huh Phone, or Stnndard
i.leetrlo Service, Norbury Avenue.
The Methodist Ladles' Aid will meet
.ni Tuesday next. September Uth, at
S.30 p.m. at the home nf Mrs. A. W.
Hodgson.
Special! Special! Tungsten Lamps
at bargain prices. 2T), to, and 50 watt
for 35c.
W. F. DORAN.
Our low prices win every time.
Hev. John N. Mills and family of
Brantfiml, reached the city on Tucs
day on u visit to Mr. Mills' cousin, Mr
B. Walker, rond master of the C.P.1L
Mr. Mills is pastor of tho St. James
nngllcan church of Branttord and is
on his way to visit Skagway.
Mrs. F. A. Williams and Mrs. P. G.
Morris, with their families, returned
on Sunday last from lnvermere, where
tliey had been staying during most of
the month of August.
Miss Helen Worden leEl on Sunday
lor Toronto where she will resume
her study of music at the conservatory,
Tlie services at tlie MethodtBl church
on Sunday win be us follows: n a.m.
Hev. B. W. MacKay of Knox church
will take the service, nml the evening
service will be conducted liy Mr. !•'.
Bond.
$6,000 worth of suite in up-to-date
models just arrived. For it quick
turnover we are offering these at almost factory prices. Como lu and look
thnn over.
The  place   Is   HURITY'B 88
Most Excellent Companion   V.   W.j
Steward, Kaslo, Grand Z. of the Orand  tin
Chapter of B.C., H.A.M., will pay an
official  visit to Cranbrook  tills  week
and on Friday will be welcomed at a
meeting of Rocky Mountain Chapter.
Orady & Eye are now
their new Store Oil Baker
posfie MeCreery Bros.
cated In
reel, op-
23tf
More tourist camping sites along
tho Crow's Nest route are strongly
urged hy .1. H. Klrkham of Lethbrldge,
who with his wife ami family were
visitors recently, after coming In by
way of the Bnnff-Wtudormeve route.
With the completion next month of
the trnnsprovinclal road link at Kitchener, the road through B.C. will
equal anything in the west, according
to Mr. Klrkham, and with tho added
und enjoyable feature provided by the
passenger boat transport front Kuskanook to Nelson all the auto traffic
through to Spokane should come this
way, and no time should bu lost In
getting to work on cump sites to accomodate the sure to bu Increased
traffic.
Our stock of Seasonable Material*-.
for Men's Clothing Is of highest quality. A perfect fit and complete satisfaction guaranteed. Grady & Eye,
Pallors, Baker Street. 23tt
Stewart Meers and Allan Onlbralth
arrived back in Red Deer. Wednesday
morning from a two thousand mile
bicycle trip to tho coast. They went
from Red Deer via the Banff-Winder*
mere trail to Cranbrook. and on to
Spokane and Seattle, and from there
to Vancouver, where they spent a'
week with Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hor-
Itett. They returned via tlie Red Trail
uli Canadian route through B.C.,
which runs through Chilltwnck, Hope.
Grand Forks, Rossland, Nelson, Cranbrook. and through the Crow's .Nest
Pass lo McLeod. Thoy report having
an enjoyable trip with no serious mishaps except being thrown from their
wheels notice or twice. Stewart put
on eight pounds and jAllnn lost about
twelve pounds.—Rod Deer Advocate.  .
lea ami sale of home cooking
given by tho ladies' of Knox Church
on Saturday afternoon at the Sunday
scliool was ;i grand success. The
"sohl out" sign was hung up before
many would be patrons could be satisfied. The sum of $t55 was realized
for the organ fund,
WANT ADS.
SIMI   HKI'O.MI   IU1D   STORK
rtiiine I.
We pay Hie bent price*. going for til
kladi, uf furniture. Wa buy anything from a mouse tr -i to au aut'*-
jioblle.
W   W. Kllby, Auctioneer and Valuer
LOST—On
Cranbroo
.Mrs   \v. Q.
Cranbrook,
uiid-.iy, Sent; 2nd, between
. and l.uiiibortuu, throe
Finder please return tu
Robinson, Van Horne St.
2S
|- Coal bills never worry
owners of the patrnuJ
CaloriC Pipeleta Furnace.
They buy H to H las
fuel, yet have perfect
comfort in every room in
coldest weather.
This record backed up by
over 125,000 satisfied
users.
A CaloriC is in investment that soon pays for
itself. Get a CaloriC
NOWI
Patmore   Bros.
Sniiiliir) .V lleiilliiK
Engineers
CANADIAN CAFE & ROOMS
Newly Constructed - Nicely Furnished
Modern Improvements
ROOMS HY IIAY OU WEEK
Van Horne St., Opposite Depot
j     BB9BB    ass
i
POR SAI.K—Cider Cooler, Bar Counter, and Ribbon CnBo Cheap for
Cnsli. Charles Morrison, Kimberley.
2711
FOR SAI.K—Creetn Separator nude
by International Harveetor Co., Apply   11. Weston, Baiter St.        27ir
LOST—Collie pup iibout three months
old. White mtlZKle on nose, white
paws, white tipped lull. Bplasli of
while 011 breast snd nock. Child's
pot. Finder please roturn 'o or
notify Mr. T. It. Flett. 8811
FOR
We
sai.i:   1,. bl.
don,  Holier Kit
Rifle
Ap|.l
Tt) HUNT   Fur
vole home, boi
llenihl ollleo.
lilted rooi
rd If ill sin
In  10I
Apply.
37-88
FOR sai.i:   Saxnphono, n lint, sop-
11  ii'iple silver puttatl, aold lined
hell, with cnno,   Phone :I7I.      8111
ROOM 'I'll RENT Near high school,
with or without board Apply Box
III. 8"l(
TO RUNT.
on Arms
I'. Doran
by.
Suitable ofllce or store
oik Avenue, next  to W.
Apply to W. V.'. KM-
221 f
FOR BALD, — Northern Bloctrlc vue-
iiuinctonner, practically new.     Apply io A. ll. Blumenneiir, Dux 488,
22tf
FOR RENT—Ofllce to rent two doors
from Venezia Hotel, apply to John
Curd. 22lf
40 ACR.H FARM OHBAP-tor quick
sale. Good buildings, spring creek,
auto roud to door, fine bottom land
with purl already uiulor cultivation
Big Sullivan Mine, ICimberley, clone
by, is ready marku right at door.
Apply to Martin Bros., Cranbrook,
aa m

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