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Array FROBINCIAL. LIBRARY
Apr MM
THE CRANBROOK HERALI
VOLUME   ti
CRANBROOK, B.C., FRIII.U. DECEMBER Tilt.  1928
N I   II I! I! I!    I  I
star        Gloria Swanson in "BLUE BEARD'S ftth WIFE" Fri a Sat.
npT j j-**, a r I vi~i Tp                                                                    PARAMOUNT'S BIG SPECIAL         See Story Elsewhere In This Paper. T^v * a    -, r
1- X\xCjeC\. L I\.JCj COMING    ::     Krldav und Saturday. Dccciulier 21st mul L':!ml. diaries (i. Morris' IV Inrfiil sine,  »itn isw     ,,     rimiv<; -L/CC.   lH—lO
•lilt ASS.'
COMING
Mayor Will
Retire This Year
In Open  Letter to   ltiitt<|mycr.H
Gives Jtesume of What Hun
Heen Done In l»L»:i
^♦->***+****i**-j-*+'5'*iv*+*-:-**** ' UM Al. HOCKEY (LIB
Crnnbroolt, It.C,
Docombor Bib. 1688
To the Ratepayers of the City of
Crnnbrook
LndloS and Henlteiueii:
Having had the honor to net iu tho
dual capacity an your Mayor and
Chairman of the Police Commission
for tlie intHt your, ami having again
iieen approached by a number of my
frlonds to stand for re-elcc|iou, which
offer I have had to decline owing to
pressure of business, anil seeing tbatL
the expiration of my term of ofllco is
mo near at baud, I take thin opportunity of tendering my Blncero gratitude
for the unstinted support, interest and
goodwill invariably shown toward the
City Council and myself during our
year of office. We, as your trustees In
municipal matters havo genuinoly en
deavored to use our best skill and
craftsmnnshlp in piloting the "civic
ship" safely through troublous waters, by seeking to obtain at all times
the best possible service at a minimum cost.
I would particularly wish to impress upon the minds of tbo ratepay.
ers the fact that when framing our
estimates for 1923, uml after having
made provision for all standing charges, such as school, city stuff, police
ami fire departments, we only had left
at   our   disposal    ten    mills,   which
I     RECREATION
I     CLUB NOTES
Ice Ready nt the Rluk
The rink has about five inches of
be, so desptto our beautiful spring
weather) wo should have skating by
thu end of the Week. We are assured
iliai there will lie at least four hockey tenuis for men ami two girls' teams
in tlio Cranbrook City League, ami
surely   from   ihis   number  Cranbrook
an put. a gootl fighting team in Hie
Selkirk League. A tew feel tliat because Cranbrook might noi huve a
winning team, thoy ddn't want lo go
Dut surely tliat is a very poor
spirit  in  which to blleed sportsman
hip and courage.
IS FORMED AT .MKETINU
. HELD MONDAV NIGHT
tjiieslim. ol' Tutting Team   Into
UMri-.'i League Among Matters   Taken   l'|>
At a meeting held iu the Y, M. C. A.
nu Monday evening a local hockey
club was formed for the coming season. A good number were in attendance, nml the following officers were
elected:
President     Dr. C, W. Huffman
Vice-Pres  C. w. dough
Sec-Trous   Q, T. Molr
Committee
Rotary Minstrels
Shine in Show
Crowded    Houses    Vuv    Three
Ceilings Trove Popularity
ol' Loral Talent
SOME ACTIVITY
VS TO MUNICIPAL
ELECTION   NOW  SKKN
The Cranbrook Rotarians again
distinguished themselves by putting
on a minstrel show for three nights
und an afternoon, last weok, that
would have done credit to a much
larger pluce. Everybody got thel
Bert Qrady, Prank I money's  worth, ami even if a  was
MAYOR WILL RETIRE THIS YEAR
W. F. CAMERON, Mayor of Crnnbronk
who announces in open letter 10 the
ratepayers that business reasons win
prevent his considering rc-uomfun-
Hou for another term in tbe Mayor's
chair.
amounts to $18,142,86 in addition tn
the revenue from Hie various city
departments! for the purpose of meeting the yearly liabilities such as general maintenance, upkeep of roads ami
sidewalks, water and fewer system
repairs, and the vnrioas other branches of city work which call Tor
attention from time to time Yon win
readily see that WS started out in
"deep waters." After having had a
fair amount of experience iu our clly
affairs, I must frankly admit Hint the
council of 188A has particularly distinguished Itself by the live tn|ere*t
it turn taken lu ull problems affecting
the general welfare ol the eoiutiiuult}
Without deviating from the policy of
sirict economy, it is a mosl healthy
state of affairs in any city when there
Ih existing an acute difference of opinion upon public affairs und this was
mosi noticeable tu the city council ol
Crnnbrook for this year of 1983. Not*
Withstanding this divergence of viewpoint I am more than happy to elate
that the spirit of friendship and harmony was by no means impaired
NeedlSSS to tiny at times I have found
the task nono too easy to "keep (he
tenia In  hand."
the retiring from office there nre n
few matters which i consider of paramount importance and worthy <>f your
Special attention, and which will, I
tniHi. receive favorable consideration
by sucooeedtflg councils when warranted by financial security, lu the
tirst place, it Ih mosl Important thut
our disposal works ithould nl all times
lie kept In tlrst clans shape, uml under
present conditions tho city in at
disadvantage in this respect, for the
reason that we need In Cranbrook tt
sub-drainage system which would
have the effect of diverting the surplus wnter*— which at present leaks
into the newer system -through another channel and thereby ensure a
normal flow to the dlspoRnl works,
which at present Is certainly getting
more than it can handle efficiently.
Secondly I would suggest thnt before the spraying of any more oil on
the roads every effort should bo made
to put them Into permanent shape;
otherwise the value of the olllnn system cannot he fully appreciated by
the public at large.
Thirdly, some sort of action must
ba taken tn ths near future to safc-
I,adles' lhldiniirioii This Week
Lalles. attention! This Priday, remember, December 7th, Ib our first
attempt at Badminton. He there at
three all Interested, whether members or not. Come anyway, aud maybe you'll join When you see the fun.
Tea will he served, anyway, so we
don't all have to play Had mint on!
Business UlrW (lass.
The business girls' class is held on
Tuesdays and Fridays, from 7.30 to
8.30 p.m. The class started this
Tuesday, but only just started. We
expect double the number Friday. C.
R.C. expects every girl to do her duly.
Dance Nexl Week
The informal dance at the club will
be held Saturday night, December 15.
font 9.30 till 12. A 25c charge will be
asked to cover expenses of refreshments uml music. Come and get acquainted.
Join the Business Men's Class,
The business men's class is held on
Wednesdays and Fridays, 5.15 to 6.15.
Th's is for your notice.
Who Has Borrowed lhe Books I
Did yon know that the C. R. C. had
ti pretty good library — tlie foundation of something Cranbrook bus al-
ways needed. Originally we bad about 350 books. Al present there are
ovor a hundred mlBOtug, This Is no
doubt due to carelosBness, and will all
former members and present members take a careful look at their book-'
shelves, and see how many of the bun
dred can find their way back to Mi
Salter?     Many thanks.
Walt a Week!
Not this week, hut next. Hut s<
much can happen In a week.
Bamford, J. M. Clark, Charlie Clapp
The mutter of Cranbrook entering a
lentil in tlie district league created a
lot of discussion, and the majority
seemed to be of the opinion that lt
would be hopeless for the city to put
a team ia, as it would probably meun
continuous defeats. M. A. Beale and
others, however, felt that a team ought
to be put in Irrespective of their probable wins or loss.a. , A resolution
wus finally adopted leaving the mat
lor to the president and vice-president lo meet the other members In the
district league to see if arrangements
could he made whereby Cranbrook
would have representation In the lea
gue.
There was a keen feeling expressed
by many in regard to the result of
lie by-luw recently voted down. A
number felt that it indicated the people wore not behind the hockey play'
ers and skaters. Others felt this inference should not be drawn, but that
'he people were unwilling to sanction
an expenditure for the curling club.
Irrespective of what action Is taken
as to a senior team, games will be ar-
ranged between teams of tho inter,
mediate, junior and  midget classes.
M. A. Beule. representing the Recreation Club assured the meeting that
lhe rink would be kept in proper con
ditlon so that games could be played
at night. All seemed to have n poor
opinion of the sporting Instincts of
tho average citizen of Cranbrook.
t when a learn began to lose, they
would forsake the ship, as it were.
A determined effort will be made
this year to arouse interest in the
younger players, and fn this wuy de-
velop n front line team.
WINDERMERE SCOTS
M'LY OBSERVE NIGHT
OV SAINT ANDREWS
(Special to the Herald)
lnvermere, B.C., Dec. 5—St. An-
Irow's night was most royally celebrated by members of the St. An-
Ircw's Bocloty of the Columbia Valley
ind their Scotch friends. The cycling's entertainment took the form of
ii long program of strictly (Scotch
lances Interspersed with songs. At
the proper moment the haggis was
ilped in. being borne aloft ou the
hOUldetl of (Our brawny killed
Scots   and   duly   dedicated   iu   Bobbie
Burns'   Immortal verse   by   William
Wler. tbe so.iety's seeretury
have a matter or jumwo or thereabouts left from the $36,000 voted for
a water shortage;  to my mind this is
very serious problem to solve.    We
According to a return brought down
iu the legislature at Victoria a few
days ago the local hind settlement
area of 6997 acres has cost with inter-
est, $«Su.Sl!7 to date, $7*!.VStT has already been received by the government hi return on the expenditure,
Creston Review.
Coming Events
The  events   noted   helow   nro those
r which paid advertising appears in
this issue, or for which printing work
been done In tula office.
Friday, Dec. 7:—Sullivan lodge I.O.
O.F. First Anniml Banquet and
dunce ut  Kimberley.
Fri. K Sul., Dec. 7 nnd 8: "Strangers
>f the Night." special feature plct-
iro nl  Hie Star.
Friday,   Dec.   7:- Banff  Orchestra
ihe Auditorium,
Saturday, Dec. S: Sale of Home Cooking by Kimberley ladles' Aid. nt Ih
Kimberley   Methodist   Church.
Saturday, December x: Knox church
Ladles1 Aid annual sale of work and
bonar,
nurd our ciiy from the possibility of
rater system some time bock, and i
■ oiibl rei mend   Hint    this   money
hould be used in guaranteeing our
water supply     Kvery possible iivenne
ill cl be explored nml the utmost of
I   taken,  ami   bcsl   expert   advice
sought to assure that the money is
dl and wisely spent.
Fourthly,   we   must   "live   Up   to  Hie
teds of the limes' by making every
possible facility ami accommodation
r the ever Increasing tourlsl Lrafflo.
Did WO but know the adnal amount
f money lefl lu this city and district
lasl  summer   by    tho   tourists, and
which money is like unto the sun
hut radiates for everyone's benefit*
ve would feel convinced thai any III.
tie effOrl  tn improve Ihe convenience
and aspect of the tourist camp would
repay us fourfold.    By so doing we
would be justified in'charging a nominal fee, which I think Is a feaslbl
thing to do. Mon.-Tues.. Dec. 24-25: Elinor Glyn'n
Now that many urgent matters havo   "Six Days."   Christmas feature   nt
been attended to. I think it would be     at'»* Theatre.
Mou -Tins.   Dec
Film" al Siar.
10-11:   "Sure-Fire
with Johnny illnos.
Wcd.-Thurs., Dec. 12 - 13: Anltu Ste
wnrt In "The Love Piker" at Stnr.
Priday, D|p6mbor 14: Musical Society
Concert lu tho Auditorium.
Frl. - Sat., Dec. 1*T- If.: Gloria Swan
son in "Bluebenrd'u Uth Wife, at the
Stnr Theatre.
wise for the Incoming council to go
ahead with Hie park, by levelling off
tho land, n shrubbery fence around
the grounds, .milking of lawn, planting nf trees, flower beds, neatly made
paths With sufficient soats and with
handstand, nnd an excellent band to
provide music. Such a scheme would,
I feel sure, meet with tlte general approval of the citizens nf Cranbrook.
Once agnln I beg to thank you and
the members of our city council for
your expression    of    confidence nnd
support ro ungrudgingly given.
Yours faithfully
W. r. CAMKHON
Tuesday, Dec. 26th.—Christmas Night
Dsnce st the Auditorium.
Frl. - SBt., Dec. 28 - 29: Christmas
week special at the Star, "The Eternal Struggle,"
Monday, Dee. 31: New Year's Eve
Dance, Oddfellows Hall, Kimberley,
under auspices G.W.V.A,
Mnn., Dec. 31: B. of R. T. Annual New
Years Eve Dance at tho Auditorium
felt thai the first part of the program
did not quite equal lhal of lasl time,
tbe second part wus much better und
wus alone worth the time nnd money
spent iu attending;. Undoubtedly the
absence of Mr. Mucl'hcrson, as director of lhe minstrel program, was felt
but Mr. W, A. Burton who stepped iu
ut the last moment lo till Hie gap
did excellently.
Tlie whole town was there, so that
a detailed account of ihe performances ls unnecessary. The ability of
the performers as minstrels or vaudeville artists wus again dourly shown.
Muster Tom Marshall's song, "My
.Mammy's Twilight Lullaby'' wus well
received, and Tom gives promise Of
being a coming artist. In regard to
the choruses, the popular opinion
seems to be that "Under Southern
Skies" was the mosl pleasing, in
this number "Dad" Worden showed
tliat like good wine he Improves with
age, his solo being particularly well
rendered. "Seven or Eleven," by
Alan Graham, wus ulso much talked
about.
Purl two of the program was enjoyed from si art to finish. Beginning
with "Musical Moments,'' the item for
which Miss Wanda Fink und Mrs. P.
M. MacPherson were culled and resiled. The dances by the pupil;; of
Mrs. Van Bream's class were a treat
iu themselves and reflected much ere.
dit ou their teacher as well. Tiie
r*ouiig dancers showed very careful
t ruining in grace and poise. "That
Old Hung of Mine," by Ted Cooper,
very effective and W88 much appreciated. Tbo fourth number, "Studies In Bronze" wus a heudliuer, with
ui all-star cast. in thin number tbe
wo principals, Mr. George Salter
and Verne Woodman, both Individ*
ually and together, by posing, represented bronze statuary. Tho degree
of perfection ihey attainted in this
waB wonderful. Witli their bodies
.overed with a bronze powder they
presented beautiful examples of phys-
As End. of .Year Approaches
Possibilities for Civic Honors Are Scanned
With the coming of the municipal
elections noi bo very tar away, there
is now some talk of who or who mny
noi allow themselves to he nominated
for the coming year in the various
municipal elections, Mayor Cameron
bus definitely announced that he will
| not accept nomination for another
year. The mime,-; of J. p. Fink und
.1. J, Jackson have again been mentioned In this connection, and It. 1
understood that Mr. Fink might con
sitlcr ana in taking! the mayoralty
chair under certain conditions as
the representation of the different
leroBts in tha city ou the council. Mr,
Jackson has also been approached to
accept nomination agnln but does not
at this lime look very favorably on it.
There is also a strong likelihood that
f Z^rlHnn^vl ^^  Board
Visits District
MUSICAL SOCIETY
NOTES
<..;.^^^.>.:..:..:..:..:,.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..>a:..:»>.:..:.v Commissioners   and    Port)
All members of the Crnnbrook Mus- Officials Speud  Dnj  tit
cal Society  nre  requested lo attend Klinlierlej
:he final practises In preparation for
ho coining concert, to take place in I    Members of the Board oi  Railway
r 14th.   A
a real
he ei
ill   Im
eld
Alderman A. J
to the request,
to allow li
munition i
not a few
sorvico   n
Iiiii
Balment will respond
tests that huve been made
maelf to ho pul up for no-
ir lhe mayoralty, which
think would cap his long
nn alderman quite
'he name of alderman Jas.
is also been suggested us
Igltt consider nomination,
ellilicis
ow
fit;
council, little has been learned tlotl-
nltely beyond the fact ihai alderman
T. li. Bronsdon bus staled a willingness to accept nomination for another term If it is the desire of Hiose
who so strongly  supported   him   last
th>
lilted
On Ihe school hoard lhe
hose   term   expires   this
minium.   W.   II.   Wilson,   who   it   is
not    consider accepting
:e for another term, ami  Mrs. F,
Miles, who is    now completing a
ond term on the board, and would
ill probability be re-elected it' she
would consent  (o nomination a third
time.
On   the   poliee   commission.   Mr    A.
Shanklnnd is the retiring member.
.udltorlum, Thur day,  Dei
ad ii is Importanl that al
iking pari should be there
Tlckt ts are In the hands <
retary. Mr. F. J. Lodge, ..:
be only too pleasi 1 lo give
her any numbi c thai  : io
able  to  dispose  Of,
This Is our Ural concert I
and our program will com
very best talent that can b
iu Cranbrook, So let's pi
big,
lime    in ihe clt
n ess.
Mr. J. F. Qui
the   C.I'.H ,   wlM
Nelson a Bborl I
Saturday  last  i
Gulmont and fa:
again on tha de:
rnnbrook    divl
lies pleasure ii
out  and famll
uml ihe many ac
i formt rly co
spent a
on busi
er for
red to
u d on
Mrs
onl la
hers of
Commissioners wi city for a
ay thi.   ivei .       ,,   ig with a party
''•:■' sa   - ■ Bl< ials  iu
:' -i" clal earn oi Tu. sduy evening, Tliey have been holding sittings
■ and were
'-■        ing on to Call iry, where fur-
irinj -   rere to bi   held, and
■ fins n d ly lu spare In theii  ittn-
ip off at i ranbrook
i   ■  u rial)  to Uie .Sullivan mine
aad Concentrator at Kimberley.   The
party  were travelling  lu three cars
■■ heavj stoi I i        ml were
met st U ik b) Sir   ."  R   FI tt, C IMt.
itendeut   for  tbe   Cn n a   Nest
. - i
iomp.tr.it
vho tin
ihen: i
:
Hon. Frank Carvel), i
11 newest
.. n 'ei,m parll
dster o   ■
da)   acid in the
airman; Hon,
ember of tint
:
chlug staff ot the
Th      ii raid     Th
elcomlug Mr. Qui-  ,-. ■ ..
■  Tn .; ■ .   .
icpi
Uh
h
■d I
Monday evening was    u    bis
iih members ot Selkirk Pn
hen the riual di
ii s  large i lass of i nndldati -       A
id repi
tills advi
from out:
legroe work
i, bi
a pom
was
j   H       ;'        " ippen,
K       ,-..■-!,.•     ■      ■ . nadlau
Express       upany, hy C. A.
:; acral i     ager; V. H  Mtiir.
lsl    '     nerai and E. P.
•■'   ■        I he  bureau of
Express
■   I    :     M ■ Donuell, vice-
■ -   • ■ ■  snd  gem inager. and
W ir    i irr   . m stanl   - omptroller of
■' . v.      ■--... they i    l io
N. W. Burdot' who is in charge of
lbe ofllce of l!.e Consolidated Mining
* Smelling Co., at Kimberley. wns in
the city Thursday on business. As
the operations of the company have
extended at l.imbcrle.v. so the responsibility devolving upon the accounting and offlce departments has In-
ised. There Is now a force of
eight employed In this department.
al development
lures were assu
hearty applause
closing numbers,
the five yeur old
Mrs.   George    Sa
About twenty pos-j
ned, each eliciting I
The opening and
iu which Barbara,
liaugter of Mr. and
ier also appeared
were exceptionally pleasing, hi "t'nn-
da und Rotary," Miss Barbara, on
ii elevated pedestal at Hie rear held
tho Rotary wheel and stood motionless, the beautiful little fairy stan-
lard bearer of notary.
he children were disappointed at
not seeing Ibis acl in the ufteruoon
but  ii  was something   of n   trying
physical   ordeal   us   well   us   being   a
ery effective number.
Alan DeWolf let Hie audience hi on
little talk to himself which was much
njoyed.   Tlie Quartette, composed of
Harry  Collier,  Ueorge   Bower. Frank
Marsh nml "Dud" Worden was well
ecelved.    The final  number was an
xcollent  portrayal of "Fuir Canada
■t Ours."       Behind  the  members  of
the Uotury the provinces were represented by the following young ladles
acb bearing the coat of arms of one
of tho provinces.   Misses Jean Home,
Grace  Flett,  Jean  Flett.  Marguerite
Caveu,  Melatile  l.eheau,  Beulah  Hill,
nd   Harriet   Home.    "Canada"   was
represented by Miss Aubrey MoKow-
i.
The Musical Society Orchestra uu-
sr the leadership of Mr. 0. K. Bow-
■ accompanied In the choruses, as
well iib rendering some accepUblo selections OH the program. The services of Mrs f. m. MacPherson at the
piano in accompaniment work were
also duly appreciated as having u definite part In the success of the per-
onnniiccs.
At the conclusion of the perforinuu-
:es, Saturday night, the ladies assisting iii the performances were made
the recipients of "oral and other
tokens of appreciation from the Rotarians,
As a result of the efforts of Its members and others the Rotarians will be
able to add n goodly sum to their
community work account.
W. J. Jrhnson,
opartment, was
of the t*. P
a  recent   vii
It. tie
Itor at
Creston, and at thai time let a number
of good sized tie contracts which will
ensure a considerable output of this
material from that section tills winter. Four portable mills at least will
be operating, and tt Is expected will
put out something like a t.uarter of a
million ties during lbe nexl few
mouths.
The liquor eases which have been
before Judge Thompson in the County
Court here this week, came to n close
tbis afternoon when the casts againsl
Mrs. Norrls and Pele Bratten were
dismissed while Joe Pen! and Pete
Mlcketltch were each sentenced to
six mouths Imprisonment. In giving
his Judgment, bis honor voiced his disapproval ot' the Department in their
allowing tho Bpeclal constables to go
through Uie province and obtain evidence In one hundred and fifty cases
before one was brought to trial and
thus evidence was solely based on
notes taken and not on recollection.
—Fernio Free Press.
Kimbcrh i    much
Mra.  Allot!   of  Calgti       Inspectot       ■'  ssi i)j<   i   «t the un-
jf the Q.I.A. *o th'  H of L.E     rasa aking  now  in hand by the Con-
visitor In the city fast week for thejsoHdated Mining S  St elting Co.   In
purpose of Inspecting the i>        ivi- -  Hon.
slou.    A  very  plefl ant  evenlt     »   - Oliver, of Edmonton, the west-
spent by the members a) thi  hoc •■■  i     the I -rl. suc-
Mrs. Dan Campbell on  '" ling t       ■'■ .1  Q  R thertord, said
■JTlb, in honor i,i : ,.'-,■ i-.a-nitude
Cards were enjt '  - - ■■'• on at Kim-
were awarded to Mrs   Oill Mrs n He was much
Sarvis,     !'■■;...   rsfreal there, Hie
served   In   the   dining-room.   A de-| modern nwUiods befog employed be-
llghtful afternoon  was   speni     I tg great!) .  . .■■■  to the times
home of Mrs. A. J* Ratclil   oi   Thurs-  U remembet   I In the East Koo-
dny. November  29th. which        ighi on former visits when a zinc
Mrs. Allott's visi- to a 'lose, but all!content In the ore was penalized on
[th  pit /in handling
: ft ,'•• ■ .        Mr  Oliver hi     ipi it many
  irs  In the newspaper business at
0OOR?" raonton, and has just relinquished
14th. 11  hit   ictfvi   connection with the Bulle-
.-.-»..  -■.   there.      He    thought   conditions
SHAKES IN  H0X0B OF y and
DEVELOPMEXT OF ' '     dlver-
iNMMN  TREATMENT --:led East Kootenay
  ■jshoul   .    ' measure
TORONTO.—Dr. J.  3   R   MacLeod, ol buiin    - a tlvlty than  many other
Allott's visi- to
her return ;;' « me 1st
"THi: HATH ROOM
Auditorium, Decembi r
if Toronto University, and a - elate
if Dr. Banting In the i
which    r
■   ■■:•■ die "-■ ry
:   Im   '.;.
.   r ■  for  diabe-
aro
w.   He
interested In tbe i      irees
the     ■ rly ai to
farming
tbemsel-
..:*.- i w ittr the condl-
ag the transport .Mnn
of    tho    Nobel • at   i ud ex-
id their visit to Kim-
berley was entirely unofficial for thla
.    . ;
The)              th No   '■■ ■'■ ■ ■■'■' •-
>:..- event       I •■ i
for n double header at h fai ss
Oajj.aWACLcoo
permitted  rapid
phnses of tbo research woik
; rl iwaxde I
Ur Banting. Dr,
Macl-e id has
studied the dls-
Baae tor yleara
and his knowledge of It and brow's Nest.
Its   causes  nnd  »-»-«•	
effe i were of .Mr^' E. H. Wllklnsou left on Satur-
matcrlal aid to da) to Join ber b (shand In Xa% An-
Dr. Banting and geles. California, where they will
trldea In tl." early likely pend the remain del ol he
winter
IS "13" UNLUCKY?
D, k B. forcmnn Sid MeCabe and
crow hove Jiml tlnlsliod inntalllnc and
placing a new unlld ateel nnron at tlio
all.) al Koolonny Landing. Tills In
sold to Ire the most expensive and Up-
to-date In lhe Interior and took almost three days to Install. 11. & B.
divisional superintendent Robertson
ot Cranbrnok wns here during the ill-
■tailing and tho II. ft. B. crew from
Mon. - Tiioa., DocTitl - Jan I:   "Hot- Cranbrook In e.hargo ot Sandy McDon-
Iday attraction at th* Star, "mm- aid were aim amployed on the work-
ItM ot Had (tap.- Craattn «nli».
m
-:?**•'
ASK Mr. Toomoth, Wllh part nf bis family oi twonty-ono he recently migrated from Ireland tn Canada.
Thoro wore thirteen of them aboard the Canadian Pacific B.S, "Marimrn/' and tho same thirteen sit
three times a day round a Canadian table. Mr. Toomath considers himself lucky - In Lhat hb older children *
ran cam for themselves—and Mrs. Toomath in that she has not thirteen more to care fur. In any cat* J
tiley uu fortunate ia their choice o£ Canada. a& * coautrj/ iu which to Lung up the lilU* ouufc
i cat* fi PAGK   TWO
TIIE GBAMBROOK  HERALD
Friday, Deeember 7tli, 1038
COMMERCIAL HOTEL
YAHK, H.C.       •       -      ,IAS. MAHKI.l Nl), .'ron.
l.i.KAN   AMI  I'lliiriiltTMIl.t: HOT ,VM> t'OMI WATKR
south \\ a m> sniooii ,n       „Uh. „„„„„.,,, Uly whlw,
KEPOHT  FOIl  .MUM II        ,...,   .,,,„,„'
OF XOVKJ1IIEH ' !    ""M'""8'   	
llnuor Hull, nlThlou I.
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,.,rf,,,  J,!!,',''    khol Atkln-  h  •*«-.    '"'lv    Saunders;   .oaond,
bou,  Clarence   Barrett,  Ivor  Barrett, Edith  Sullivan,
Annie Bark loey Berkln, Mlml  -     °™*>   '"■   Fi,'sl  T"'m:   Ml,rKure
tore, Margarol Consols, It lie Coleman, Harold Curie, Margaret Dalzlel,
Doris Eley, deorglnn Hacltliul, Wlnnl-
trcd Harper, Dolly Johnis, Volaudo
Magro, VIolol Millar. i'Mvy North,
Edythe Wells, Victoria Pascuzzo, John
Is Mini Tliey All Suy Alioul
FRAMES
IIIIKAIt— PIES — CAKE
and PASTRY
phonic 87
ASH WE WILL CALL
The Home Bakery
Noiiitrnv avi:.
Dalzlel, Joey Berkln
tirade II. Second Term: Helen Hnd-
dod, Doris Eley.
Grade II. first Term: Harold Cutle,
i.iiv Whlto.       E. N. sinu, Teachor
Division II.
Perfect Attontlanice:—Edwin ncr-
rington, Frank llletnre, Waller Collings, James Haley. Billy McNeil, Eileen Pantllng, Harry Soillzkl, Angelina Blefaro, Mary Cameron, Tony
Costello, Sovella Bosevear, Ivy Slssons, Eddie Woods.
llnuor Hell. Division II.
Grade I- Second Term:- Eileen
Pantllng, Waller Collings, Crunk lilc-
t'nre. James Haley.
Orade I "A" Class:— Mary ('inner, in. Setllln Rosevenr, Angelina Blefnre, Tiny Sullivan.
"If Class:—Ivy Slssons. Connie
Worthington, Phlllli Rombough, Walter Cox. 1. M. PLEUBY, Teacher.
MODEL DAIRY
T. E. AUSTIN Prop.
FRESH  MILK AND CHEAM
DELIVERED DAILY
Tin re Is Ne Better r'ooil I'lillll
Milk
— PHONE 4811 —
The Corporation of the City
of Cranbrook
*.
Court ol Revision
NOTICl! IS I-TISRISKV GIVEN that the Court of Revi-
Binn for correcting ami revising the Cranbrook Municipal
Voters' List for tbe yea: 1924 will sit at 8 p.m. on December loth, in the Municipal Buildings, Norbury Avenue,
Craubrock, B.C.
P. \V. BURGESS
City clerk
Cranbrook, B.C.
November 30tu, 1923
WWVW/W.VWrVWI,
We have secured a car of Choice Pork and
:h fferlng as a
Special Sale Saturday
Choice Loin RoaBi Pork  25C lb-
Choice Leg Roasl Pork  22c !»•
Choice Shoulder Roasl Pork   18C Hi-
Choice Side Pork   18c U>.
—   ANY SlZi: ROAST I IT   —
Quality and Price combined make our
: Saturday Bargain Sales appreciated :
See Our Window Display
P. BURNS & COMPANY LTD.
LPHONE 10 CRANBROOK, B.C.
AWaWa*.Va*ara*.V.V.Va*.W.*.VV,
VICTORIA CAFE
COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL
Newlj^ Opened
OYSTERS IN THK SHELL HAVE JUST
■ ARRIVED  FROM  THE COAST ■
Thene Wu Serve Any Style—
Try a Stow or a DeliclouB Fry
Or On The Half Shell
5    LUMBERTON    5
I CHIPS |
The regulur weekly meeting ol, the
Lumberton Club was held uu Wed-
iilsJuj utglit ut lasl week. Cards were
played during lhe early part oK the
evening, -Mrs. A. J. Newman winning
the ladles' first prize ami Mrs. Simp*.
son tho consolation. Mr. A. J. Kole-
sur and Mr, A. Waterston took the
gentlemen's first and consolation respectively, A lunch war, served by
ii. ■ ccininitteo In charge, after which
dm. Ing was enjoyed until the hour
ui twelve.
Mrs <;. U. Hunter onlertninod her
Sunday School cIubs at hev home lasl
Saturday ovenlng. Garnet*, were play-
i.\ daring the course or the evening
and a good time was hud by all the
youngsters.
Tho rink was flooded for the llrst
linn' on last Sunday. The weather
tins not been very favorable for tins
sun uf thing, however, wo aro hoping
thai tho weather man will aoon remedy that condition sn wo will be able
io make use ot our newly constructed
rink. The house needs to he built, ami
that will he attended to in the near
future us we ure particularly anxious
to have the Ice iu good condition before making any additions to the
place. The rink is located in a very
convenient position and everyone wil
have access to it, for hockey will bi
played at certain times only. In this
way it will be safe for the women and
children. Much Interest is being talc
en ln the new venture and ft'e an
certain to have n place thai evoryoui
can und will enjoy.
.Miss Hunter, who is one of thi
members of tho B.C. Spruce Mill:
stuff, was unable to be at the oillci
uu   Monday   Of   this   week,   due   to   a
blight culd.
A logging bee hus been held by some
of lhe benedicts on ihe hill for about
ten of tho men turned out a week ago
last Sunday and "Mil a laud offlce husiness at logging some real laiiiaruc
Tor the winter's supply of wood. The
following are some of those who were
in the crew: A. Newman. It. Henson,
O. N. JaoobBon, tl. Avery. Fred Hunter.
H. Conroy. J. Conroy and several
others. As u result of the bee. Juke
was a cripple for a few duys, he avers
thut ft. wus au attack of lumbago, hut
we have heard or people getting crippled from riding und Juke said he
cduld sure ride u saw. Charlie Simpson is on the lookout for some good
sawyers nnd promises to be ou the
Job if n similar event takes place in
the neur future. .,
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Piper have returned to Lumberton to live. Mr.
Piper will huve charge of the planing
mill, which department he was in
some time ugo. We are all glad to
see Mr. and Mrs. Piper with us again,
Messrs. J. Martin, Bert Hang and \V.
F. Cameron were Lumberton visitors
on Tuesday of this week.
Manager Cl. 0. Robson is spending
the week ut different points on the
west coast on company business. He
returned from the coast on Friday of
last week hut was called hack On urgent business lust Sunduy.
Paul Klinestiver is again In our
midst after spending a two weeks
holiday at Portland and other points.
e-m
Hev. B. C, Freeman Of Cranbrook.
was a Lumberton visitor on Tuesday
of this week.
Several changes will be made in the
kitchen of the Lumberton club rooms.
Very little was overlooked when ibis
necessary part of the rooms wus constructed, however, the proposed
changes will add to tlie convenience
of serving refreshments al all social
functions.
Messrs. O. N. Jacobson, T. Hogarth,
and K. Mitchell attended the meeting
of the hockey league In Cranbrook on
Tuesday night of tills week. Definite
arrangements have not as yet been
made for the formation of a hockey
team to represent Lumberton, however we are anxious to Join forces
With Wycliffe and from all Indications
that will he carried through to the
entire satisfaction of both places.
There has been some talk of Cranbrook wanting to amalgamate wiih
Wycliffe ami Lumberton, which would
cut the league down to two tenuis,
this could no douht be arranged nml
some riiHl hockey could be staged for
the enthusiasts In all three ttowns.
Ami lie hid
Bad-looking Tramp: •'Have you
ever seen u murder?"
Nutive: "Waul, no, and 1 lllver wnnt
to."
11. L. T.: "Well, baud out your wallet and you won't."
CO-OPERATIVE SALE
FOR FARMERS AT |
WAHDNERI
Farmers in Tlml District to Or-
uanl/c Event of This
Kind Next Spring
peal Happenings
Mr. Qeorge Reece, former tire chief
Wardner, B.C., Dec. 5.—The Ward-'of this city, wlio has heen away from
r Farmers' Institute Is still doing Crnnbrook since last June, returned
to the city Saturday lust.   Mr. Reece
says the east is nil right but the west
looks better.
energetic spade work to forward their
.plan of holding a Co-Operative Farin-
jrs Saio iu the spring, to which ull
I'armorn within a  practicable  radius
."Hid bo Invited.
The difllculty has been to devise a
plan which would benefit the sreat-
b! number at tlie least cost to them-
Mr,
ami
.Mrs
A.
Br>
in   left
hint
week-end
tor
'Ol'tllllHl
where
they
limy niakii
their
llOlllQ.
About a hundred men nre beliiB employed this winter ut the two lumber
mills ut Murysvllle.
civ
rineil
The foundation for u new IiuIIiIIiik
the St. Kusenu Mine, Moyle, lins
„ been luid, 20 by luo test, which will
., make „ practical survey of ^ m<a m .tM (he [MUm
committee was
Put Stomach in
Order at Once
Tape's Dlai>epsin" For Gases,
Indigestion, or Sour. Upset
Stomach
Instantly Stomach Corrected! You
never teel the slightest distress from
Indigestion or a sour, acid, aassy
stomach, after you oat a tablet of
"Pape's Dlapepsln." Tho moment It
reaches the stomach all sourness,
flatulence, heartburn, gases, palpitation and pain disappear. Druggists
guarantee each package to correct
digestion at once. End your stomach |
trouble for a tew cent*. ,
ihe ground, the members being Mes
srs .1- I.iwson, A. J, 11. Donahue, and) Mr. and Mra, Win. Smith arrived
:. Nutl the secretary. Their reportl j,, the t,iy last'woek having been
was presented m the last meeting of transferred from Lethbrldgo. where
the branch at Wardner, on Saturday,kfr. Smith hns been employed with
November 84th, and was of such a the C.P.H.
nature ;is to convert some who were' „
skeptical, lo the conclusion that it Special! Special! Tungsten Lamps
was practicable after all. The discussion ou the report by Messrs.
Uolhwell, J. I.,iwsnn, 1-2. Anderson,
Creelmnn und the Secretary, disclosed several new nnd valuable points in
advance, It is expected that the next
meeting on January 24th, 1924, which!
Is also ihe annual meeting, will see
a further notable advance lu the pro-
it 11, and all who are interested lu
the matter, both members and non-
membei'B should make an effort to be
present.
With the kind permission of the
editor, It is proposed to Rive the bud-
Blance In detail of the conclusions
reached, lu these columns. Meanwhile
ii few points are submitted to all our
at bargain prices.    25, 40, uml 60 wall
tor 3Be.
W. P. DORAN.
Our tow prices win every time.
Miss Beth Nicholson, or Fernie,
assistant to the United Stales consul
there, hits heen visiting for a week
with her mother who has recently
taken over the Futa grocery here.
She will leave ou Sunday to resume
her duties.
Send your hemstitching to the Singer
Store, Cranbrook.   Box 72 Ititf
Dr. Wilson Herald, Ear, Noee, and
Throat specialist, will he In Cranbrook
from December 3rd, to December 10th,
fanner friends, not as being fixed, hut  ami can be consulted at the hospital.
for thought and discussion among
themselvos so that everyone may Join
iu the spade vork and come to the
meetings not only with good-will, but
with reasoned-out contributions to
the success of the venture, it is a
new departure, It Is true, hut it Ib feit
by the branch that it Is hy no means
altogether a leap In the dark. Wardner is on the main trunk road, and on
the Crows Nest-Nelson line connected
with the Kootenay Central branch
through Colvalll. Ample accommodation for housing, feed and care-
'aklng Is available a few hundred
yards from the station, as well as
excellent board at the hotel.
The points and proposals submitted for discussion are briefly as follows :
1. Participation in the sale to be
free to all farmers.
2. Entries to bo closed not later
i ban live clear duys before the sale
date. *
3. Circulars to be sent out thirty
days before the sale giving all needful
particulars.
4. Farmers deal directly with the
caretaker according to the terms given In the circulars.
5. All sales ure to be made within
the knowledge of the Hales clerk and
lhe branch treasurer.
(i. Tho expenses of the sale to be
collected on the ground by means of a
percentage on all sales made. It ia
lhe aim of the branch to cut down
expenses to the lowest possible figure
w that the larger the sules made, the
less will be the percentage.
7. All sale entries to be on the
ground not later than the night before
lhe sale.
8. Whilst every care will be taken
of the entries, the branch will not be
responsible for these whilst on the
Bale ground.
The secretary will be glad to receive any suggestions from farmers
Interested, and these will be carefully
considered by the committee still
working nn the whole matter.
39* f
THK SALVATION ARMY
Hanson Avenue
The Royal Hank or Canada is closing oui iis branch at Rossland, the
Hank of Montreal Is closing Mb Oreen-
woo.l branch and the Canadian Bank
of Commerce Is closinR Its branch
il   Sumnierhind.
Servles on Sunday:
11 a.m. Holiness Mee.iug.
3 p.m. Surday School.
7.30 Salvaton Meeting,
The ladles of the Home League of
the Salvation  Army  will  hold  their
annual   Sale   of   Work   on   Saturday.
December t5th,   In    the Prosbylerati
Sunday School room.
SWEDISH
RESTAURANT
Now Open
THE BON-TON opposite P.
Burns & Co., Bak^r Street is
new open os a Swedish Restaurant and Supply Store. Cutler
Swedish management.
The restaurant will he run on
tho Short Order plan.    Drop In
any time und enjoy a dish of
Swedish  Soup. Sandwiches
Herrings, or a cup of Al.
Coffee    with    Fresh    Made
Waffles
LOOK
We have newly imported -a
large supply of Swedish Foods,
such as Cheese. Fish, etc. Get
your supply soon, as they are
going fast.
Swedish Bakery
& Home Cooking
BKKAD. SNAPS,
Everything   is
Phiyle's Fresh Cr
FAKES,  i:tc.
cooked   with
mm and Milk
- G1VK   IS  A  TRIAL
Sid Carlson
Man a ge r
iiiiiiiiiimt.iiiiiiimiic.iimiii.iiititi.il
ii!i[]iiiiiiimii;]iiniii;iM
DAHGE
in the
u
! Auditorium
on
Friday, Dec.7th
given by the
Banff Orchestra
The Old Maids' Convention has been
postponed till January 16th. Bachelors please take note. 38tf
B, c. Hamilton or lnvermere, has
returned from Kamloops, where he
fttlouded a meeting of the B. C. Stock
Breeders' Association, of which body
ue Is a director.
Chas. Bidder has been conIInod to
his home ou Martin Avenue for Bomd
time with flll.otia. and his friends are
hoping to learn thai he will soon he
gelling around uguln.
The Parish Hull Card Parlies and
Dances vlll bo held on the following'
date: December 5th. 34tf
Celery King is the thing
to stimulate the liver, cleanse the
bowels, purify the blond, banish
headaches ami make yuu Teel the
joy of better health and strength.
Nature's own laxative and tonic
roots and herbs in Celery King.
30c. and 60c packages.
Are You Coughing.
Why not relieve it this very day 7
A few drops of Shiioh banishes that
tieklingin the throat that maddens
you. A few doses heal up theeore
and inllamed tissues in tne throat
and really !. nish that cough. 30c,
00c und fcl.-Q.   AU druggists.
smim
Roy Leask is now piloting the delivery car for the Co-Operative Urn-
eery around tho city, In iho place of
A. Bryan who gave up the position at
lhe llrst of the month.
Order your Personal Christ mas
Greeting Cards now tor mailing to
distant points lieforo the linos get low.
Exclusive designs and priced moderately at tho Herald Office. tf
As joint hostesses Mrs. F. Q. Morris
and her sister. Miss F. K. McOee, entertained the lady teachers of the city
last Saturday afternoon, at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Morris. Bridge was
the diversion of the afternoon, live
tables taking part in the play. At the
conclusion of play it was announced
lhat Miss Porter had won the prize
for the highest score, while Miss
Wrlghl gained distinction by having
the lowest total. Delightful refresh
ments were also served during the
afternoon.
Tinted views and oil paintings of the
district    make    excellent Christ ma
gifts,
tf C. VanBRAAM,
P. A. Small, government ageut, has
this week received a further donation
Of $28.43 from Yahk, which has been
collected al that point for the Japanese Relief Fund and was forwarded
hy Mrs. c. V. Edwards. This money
was delayed iu transit for some time,
and In consequence did not reach Mr.
Small in time to be Included with the
remittance made to Victoria last
week. The total received from points
in the district outside Cranbrook Is
now $230.78,
"It certainly is a wonderful piece of
ind. As sate as any I have travelled over, and I pity tho car lhat runs
Into Ihe protective railing," said II.
ti. Parson, speaking or ihe new QoUI-
eii-Yoho Park highway, Mr. Parson
accompanied by tils sun Cecil and J.
H. Tierney, motored over ihe completed seciiou on Wednesday afternoon.
Incidentally this was the first car over the road.    Qoldeln Star.
We carry a lull line of Men's Women's ami Children's Rubbers.
W. F. DORAN.
Our low prices win every time.
I
KOOTENAY ORCHARD
SCHOOL REPORT FOR
MONTH OF NOVEMBER
Grade VII:-— Evelyn Gartslde.
Grade V:—Mary Richmond, George
Atchison, Eddie Gartslde.
Grade IV:—Jim Stone, Marion Richmond. Frank Hern.
Grade III: — Charles (Atchison,
George Noyco, Rose Noyce, Polly Ruault. Jack Thoxton.
tirade 11:—May Stone. John Richmond, Ida Sakata. Dick. Thexton.
Grade I:—Bertha Garlslde, Mabel
Sakata, Jack Langln, Evelyn Hern.
Ernest Ruault.
WINNIFRED  LIPPITT,  Teacher.
CURIA! A GLEAMY MASS
OF BEAUTIFUL HAIR
35-Cent "Danderlne" So Improves Lifeless »gleeted Hair
An    abundance
of luxuriant hair
full     of     gloss,
gleams   and   life      .
shortly follows a £   ±
genuine toning up
ot neglected
scalps   with   dependable     "Dan-
lerlne"
Falling hnir, itching scalp and the
dandruff Is corrected immediately*
Thin, dry, wispy ur fading hair Is
quickly Invigorated) tnking on now
strength, color and youthful beauty.
"Danderlne" Is delightful on the hair;
■\ refreshing, stimulating tonic—not
sticky or greasy!   Any drugstore.
Child's  Best  Laxative  is
"California  Fig Syrup"
Hurry Mother, even a fretful peevish child loves the pleasant taste of
■'California Fig Syrup" and it never
fails to open tlie bowels. A teaspoonful todry may proveut a sick child
tomorrow.
Ask your druggist for genuine
"California Fig Syrup" which has
directions for babies and children of
all ages printed on bottle. Mother!
Yon must Bay "California" or you
may get an imitation fig syrup.
is this 47;
"Well,    I'm   having   a   few
friends iu tomorrow, and would
like you to send mo some of that
DELICIOUS   CRYSTAL   DAIRY
ICE CREAM."
We Are Now Serving
Hot Drinks in the Parlor.
Headquarters  tor
FINEST FRUITS — HOMEMADE CANDY & ClinfOI.ATES
Special t
Hand Rolls flOc 11).
PATRICIA
Phone 47
Nothing More Suitable
FOR A CHRISTMAS GIFT THAN A
RADIO SET
AU, TIIE FAMILY CAN E>'.IO¥ IT
Slay at. home during the long winter evenings and
liBten to the bast of concertB and dance programs from
any of the larger cities of Western Canada and the
United States.
Electric Supply Shop
Phone 49
P. O. Box 909
Phone 353 WW tamUeWIHIHtf i
THE   CRANBROOK   HERALD
PAGE THREE
IER ]    & 12 AT THK BTAll
After
Take il home to
lhe kids
Have a packet in
your pocket for an
ever-ready treat.
A delicious confection and an aid lo
the teeth, appetite,
digestion.
USE
RAZ-MAH
ASTHMA
No SraoWnf-H. Spri"ir,u-f|o SnuH
Just Swallow * Capsule
Restores normal brio tiling, "top*
mucus (.'athPnws in. the bronch a
tubos, glvoa long nights <>f '««'t
sleep contains no hablt-f orralng drug,
if 1 .ot) at your druggists, Send 4c
i„ stumps fur a g«n«ou« sample.
Templetons, 142 King West, Toronto.
RAZ
GUARANTEED RELIEF
JOHNNY HIKES HOOKED
IN A NEW COMEDY
AT STAR THEATBE
ffAV.VeWVArVJVeVAf.VAW
Yes! Wc Have Some 5
COAL
Hut It Is Hard to (let.
Owing to tho fact that the
railways are using all available
cars io move the enormous gialn
crop from tho Prairies we are
finding it a very difficult matter to obtain sufficient Coal for
onr requirements, it is anticipated that very shortly conditions will be back to normal.
ln the Meantime All Orders
Will lie STRICTLY (ASH.
Our friends   did   come aud wo \
did trust them,
We lost our friends   aud   lost
their  custom.
To lose our friends it grieved us
sore,
For Coal and Wood wo trust no
more.
City Transfer Co.
■WAV.WAM*.rWW.W\i
iiw*wr^3wa*«»^^
ww.m.tVmmMn'&^-'tt^ y •ja.^^^aMaoc#?r,rf5,.-«i
Job nn Mines. America's popular
►juvenile screen comedian, is hooked
for a two day engagement at the Star
theatre beginning Monday evening.
This time Johnny comes with a new
feature comedy under the title of
"Sure Fire Flint," taken for a story
by Gerald C. Duffy, known for his
stories filled with pep and dash.
Those who remember Johnny in
"Burn 'Em Up Barnes" will certainly
welcome him in his new photoplay. In
"Sure Fire Flint" Johnny will keoj>
everyone in high spirits. Ho is always doing things that will bring a
thousand laughs, This picture is filled with many a thrill, especially the
ono where he races liiu automobile
(across a railway crossing only to havo
it demolished by the dashing express
train. Also the scene taken from the
trenches, where ho holds up a card
it ik, has it punctured hy a rifle-hall
from an alert Heinle sharp-shooter,
not omitting  the big  cabaret shots,
■ where Johnny proves himself a regular Vernon Castle.   There arc many
! oiher scenes that will bring forth true
i hearty laughter.
' Mr. Hiues is surrounded hy a cast
of well known people, including the
,o autlCul  Uorls ICenyon, Kfllc Shan-
■ mm. Hubert Edoson, Edmund Breeso,
J. Barney Sherry, Charles Gerard and
[others. This piece was directed by
Dell Henderson, and Hilly BItzer,
cameraman for Griffiths took the
scenes. ,\ll the sets were designed by
Charles 0. Sessel.
A.NM'AI, report shows
HIPERIAL  BANK  HAS
SUCCESSUL YI.AK
Makes    Highly    Encouraging
Showing, -Materially Strengthens Liquid Position
The financial statement of the Imperial Bank of Canada, lor the fiscal
year ending October BlBt last, now
;oIng forward to lhe shareholders.'
indicates thut this institution in the
face of the generally unsettled bus.-1
less situation has heen able to main-'
ain ita sound position. Shareholders \
tad depositors alike are to he con-i
gratuluted on the showing of their
hunk. Profits for the year are well
up lo the usual standards. The liquid
position of ihe bank has been sub-
atahtially improved, a feature of no
small sim.ii'lcanc; at this particular
lime, and deposits and current loan
„jountA show but minor reductions,
The hi nk has maintained its dividends
,t the usual rate of 12 per cent, plus a
bonus of one per cent, and furthermore has made substantial additions
to the several reserves, as well as
carefully providing [or all had and1
doubtful debts.
One of tlie most  noteworthy features of the report fs lhe strong liquid
position  revealed. Immediately avail-1
able assets, consisting of cash, government    and    municipal bonds, call
and municipal loans, etc., standing at j
$65,785,358 as compared with $53,520,-
440   a   year   ago.    These   assets   tiro j
equivalent to 54 per cent of the bank's I
total liabilities to tho public, and over!
2(1 por cent, consists of cash assets.    |
Profits for the year, after deducting
charges    of    management   and  other
had nnd doubtful dolus total  $1,141,-
tiUO, to this total Is added lhe sum of
$338,801     representing    surplim from
realization of real estate which with
tho balance of $1,006,031 carried for-1
ward from previous years brings the;
total up to $2,487,333 ami utter oliarg-
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INIM-It PENSION ACT
Victoria.—According lo the report
tabled In the Legislature by Hon. A.
M. Manson. Attorney-General. 785
mothers and 1890 children were receiving assistance utitler ihe "Mothers'
Pensions Act" In September last.
The disbursement ot $413,948.00
waa made at aa administration cost
of 3.449i.
The Workmen's Compensatt o u
Board, which administers the act, bus
beon Instrumental iu obtaining suitable part tlmo employment tor some
of the mothers nml positions have
been secured for ninny of the elder
; children. The report shows clearly
! that the attitude of the Hoard.Is one
lot co-operation and not charity.
Practice Stakes Perfect
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Flipper:   "Doesn't  he do It  beanti.
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ing up to tills sum dividends at the
usual rate of 12 per cent per annum j
plus bonus of 1 por cent and alter np-l
plying the sum of $100,000 to reserve
for bank premises, $250,000 to contingent reserve and $151,000 in payment of government taxes, the balance;
carried forward at credit of profit-
and loss account amounts to $1,083,-
S33.
Notes in circulation are slightly
higher at $10,878,235 as against
$10,577,205. Current loans have been
slightly reduced trom $.">8.720.n!).i to
$56,648,94(1. Total deposits, including
interest bearing nnd non-Interest
bearing are lower slightly at $80,442,-
750 an against $91,106,971 a reduction
of less than 2 per cent.
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WINDERMERE    j
ii   DISTRICT NOTES J
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(Special to The Herald)
lnvermere, B.C., Dec. 1.—■Amongst
those who have left the district to
spend n holiday with relatives in the
Old Country, are Mrs. Gerald IIoul-
grave of Wilmer; Mr, and Mrs. Harry
Peters and fi.mily. Athalmer; Mrs.
Charles Crooks and sons of Windermere; Mrs. W. M. Seaton uml Captain
Jeffries of this place.
Mrs. P. B, Atkinson who for nearly
two years has resided with her son at
the vicarage, has left to spend the
winter with her daughters iu eastern
parts.
This year again there Is n wonderful demand for the famous Lake Windermere district potatoes, especially
for iho netted Gem family, especial
attention being drawn In their virtues
by the members Of the Potato Growers Association walking off with 30
prizes from the Provincial Potato
Show at Victoria and also the good
showing made at the Spokane show.
The Cups, Ribbons and Shield won are
proudly displayed lu a window of one
of the local stores.
Say "Bayer" and Insist!
Ffc.mS4
Uuless you sec tho name "Bayer" on
package or on tablets you are not
getting the genuine Bayer product
safe by millions and proscribed by
physicians ovor twenty three years for
Colds Headache
Toothache Lumbago
Earache Rheumatism
Neuralgia Pain, Pain
Accept "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin"
only. Bach unbroken package contains proper directions. Handy boxes
ot twelve tablets cost a few cents.
Druggists also sell bottles of 24 and
100. Aspirin Is tho trade mark (registered In Canada) of Bayer Manufacture of MonoacetlcactdeBter of
Sallcyllcacld. While It is well known
that Aspirin means Bayer manufacture, to Mstot tbe public against Imitation, the Tablet* ol Bayer Company
will ba stamped with tbafr general
trade Mark. Oa "layer On*."
*They Work While You Sleep."
If   you   feel   sick,   dizzy,   upset,   If
your head la dull or aching, or your
stomach  Id  sour or gassy, just  take
! one or two pleasant  "CnscaretF," to
relieve  constipation    or    biliousness.
. No  griping—nicest  cathartic-laxative
,ou  earth for Men. Women and Children.     10c   boxes,  also  25c  und   50c
| sizes—any drug store.
IMPERIAL BANK
^-JfSf*^ OF  CANADA
M%^%L FORTY-NINTH ANNUAL MEETING  OF   SHAREHOLDERS
IvSA     yITt    /•*]■  T,ie A»nu;l' General Meeting of the Imperial Rank of Canada was htld at
V\     *MM   /   II   t,lc' Irpnd 0flicc 'II Toro",° ott Wednesday, 28th of November, 1D28.
^S^XrfVi./r-vf^^Jr       The Directors' Report mid Statement "f Affairs uf ths Bank for tht y«ar
^^gJjiOi.K^r ending 31st of October, .191.3, were presented us follows:
W THE REPORT
Tho Directors have pleasure in presenting to the Shareholders the Forty-ninth Asnual
Report and Balance Sheet of the Affairs of the Hani; as on 31st October, 1923, together with
Statement of Profit and Loss Account for the year ended on that date.
The balance at credit of Profit and Loss Account brought forward from
last year was        $1,006,931.33
The net profltH for the year ended Slst October, 1023, after deducting
ctiargcH of management. Auditors' Fees and interest due depositors, and
after making provision for bad and doubtful debts and for rebate ou bills
under discount           1,141,600.40
To which has been added surplus from realization of real estate    338,801.47
M;iking a tolal ut credit of Profit and Loss Account of  •i!.497,333.L,0
This amount has been apportioned as follows;—
Dividends at the rate of 12% per annum   IS40.000.00
Bonus of i%  f«r the year     70,000.00
Annual Contributions to Officers1 and Employees' Pension and (juaninte*
Funds    '.  42,500.00
Dominion   Governmenl   Taxes     131.000.00
Reserved   for  Hank   Premises     100.000 00
Reserved for Contingencies   M0.000.00
Balance of  Account  carried  Xorwurd     1,033,838.80
»S.4S7.333.2l>
It linn not heen considered advisable, Owing to the generally disturbed condition of
buslneSB, to open any new branches during the year, but a number of new points whrr*
prospects sociti attractive are now under consideration. The following branches and sub-
branches which had proved unprofitable have been closedj—Glen Morris. Hilton Beach,
Smooth Heck Palls, Tottenham and Waldemar. all in the Province of Ontario: Harding,
Manitoba: Foam Lake and Krydor, Saskatchewan; Dorenlee, Ureencourt, Lousana, Peace
River, Spirit River and Whltecourt lu the Province of Alberta.
Vour Directors regret tlml on account of the state of hi* health. Pr. Merritt Ii .it
nrcscnf unable to attend to the active duties attaching tn the Vice-Presidency. The
Board has therefore deemed it advisable i" appoint an additional Vi.-ePrejidrnt. and
fSir James Woods has kindly consented  to serve in that capacity.
During the year tho decennial revision of ths Rank Act was undertak»n by
Parliament aud a number of important changes designed primarily to protest alike the
interests of Shareholders and Depositors have been mads in the Act.
All bunches and the various Departments of the Il?a-i Office have been carefully
Inspected in accordance with the Bank's invariable custom. The Auditors appointed by
you al the last meeting have also made their examinations as required by the Bank
Act aud (heir report and certificate is attached to the Balance Sheet. Owing to changes
In the Act necessitating the appolntmenl of members of separate firms and prohibiting
Iho appointment of an Auditor who may undertake any other work on behalf of ths
Bank, Messrs. Clarkson and Dllworth have intimated their intention not to seek re-elction.
It therefore becomes necessary for you to appoint others.
The Directors have again pleasure in bearing testimony to the cars and zsal with
which the various ollieurs of the Bank have discharged their respective duties during tht
past year.
All of which is respectfully submitted. PELEG HOWLAND,
President.
LIABILITIES
Notes of the Bank in circulation 4 $ 10^78,215.00
Deposits  not  bearing  interest    $ I?.552,059.26
Deposits bearing interest, including interest accrued to date
of Statement       70,590,691.14
     19,442,750.40
Balances duo to other Banks in Canada    597,227.57
Dim  tf*   Hanks and   Bunking Correspondents  in   the   t'nited
Kingdom     15,383.37
Due in Banks elsewhere than in Canada and the t'nited
Kingdom          1^12,122.78
Letters of Credit Outstanding   419,408.79
      1,843,140.49
Total Liabilities to the Public   8102,164,12589
Capital Stoek paid in         7,000,00'10Q
Reserve Pond Account         7,500,0^0.00
Dividend No. 133 (payable 1st November, 1923) for '.hr-d
months at the rate of 12-JJ per annum          210,000.00
Bonus of r; payable 1st November. 1093   70,000.00
Unclaimed Dividends  "  2,596.25
Balance of Profit und Loss Account carried forward        1 033,833 20
 18,816,429.4:
$118,680,565.34
ASSETS -****■_■—
Current Coin held by the Bank  f    1,983,096.84
Dominion Government Notes       I",.'ii4,^"*)7.25
United Slates nnd other Foreign Currencies   79,951.68
 ■ 6 12,397,345.55
Deposll in the Central Gold Reserves       4,502,533.32
Deposit with the .Minister for the purposes of the ' imitation Fund   332,995.43
Nutes of ol her Banks   1,204,807.uj
Cheques on other Banks   8,708,693.4?
B tlanccs due by other Banks in Canada   414,193.46
Hue from Hanks Mid Banking Correspondents in the United Kingdom   636.197.61
Hue from Hanks and H inking Correspondents, elsewhere than in Cauda and
the United Kingdom   .*  938,119,70
8 27,134,974.61
Dominion and Provincial Government Securities not pxceed-
lag market value   $   12,037,292.58
Canadian Municipal Securities and British, Foreign and
Colonial Public Securities other than Canadian, not exceeding market value        4,633,663.57
Railway and other Bonds, Debentures and Stocks, nut exceed-
lag market   value    ,  458,629.69
     17,134,575.64
Lonns to Provincial Governments         M7,999.3u
Loans 11 Cliii s, Towns. Municipalities and School Districts ..      .",715,976.47
Call and simrt (not exceeding thirty days) Loans In Canada
«n; Stocks, Debentures and Bonds, and other Securities of
i! RUUlcienl  marketable value to rover    1,031,933.44
Call and Short (not exceeding thirty days. Loans elsewhere
than-in Canada on Stocks, Debentures nnd H"inls, and
other Securities of a sufficient marketable vflae to covet,      1,800,000.00
      11.515.909.21
I 50.:*i'>:.'.:,i 00
Other Current Loans nnd Discounts in Canada (less rebate of interest, after
making full provision for nil hud and doubtful debts   50,043,940.39
Non Current Loans estimated loss provided for   000,408.00
Real Bfltate other than [tank premises   404,211.98
Mortgages on Real Batata sold by the Hank   382,893.83
Bank Premises, nt not more than cost, less amounts written off   4,798,00149
Liabilities of Customers under Letters of Credit as per contra   418,40o!iO
Other Assets not included in the foregoing    ,  897,200.01
1118,630,353.31
PELEG HOWLAND, a, t:. PHIPP8,      	
President, General Manager.
AUDITORS' RETORT TO SHAREHOLDERS.
We wrtlfr liiu'. lhe nhmt Balance Sheet i« In ficcord with tho i«»ti of the imp«ri.ii a-nt ..r Canada
nml mat u> our umiiinii it disclo*,***, tt.e ime nmdition ot the Dunk ai it lut October, !«•■ We time
received nil Iho lnrort,i..ti.>n nu<i cxpiuiuti'ms •-.,. have requlntl snd nil tnniscUoni of the Bink whka
liuvt* come uniier out notice ....»'«; been within the powers "f iii*- Bank.
n,   I.  (i IBKSOH,   P.C.A,
ll   J.  .)ii.v*>h.ii, K.C.V
of n.irlu  liardt.n ami lnlw.irtli.
Toronto, November lira, III*. Amnion t;< the sbsrebuderi,
The President in his address reviewed general business condition! and tho General
Manager commented upon the different items in Balance Sheet.
Messrs. A. B. shepherd, C.A,, of Msrwiftk, Mitchell and Company and P. 0  Baxter,
C.A., of Mneiniosli, Cole aud Robertson were appolntml Auditors f<>r the ensuing ypar nnd
other customary motions were made and carried unnnlmously.
Tho following Shareholder! were re-elected Directors;—Pelep Howlsnd, Dr. tt*.  ll.
Merritt   (8t, Cntharine!), Sir iTomes  Woods,  Sir .lames  Alkloi,   K.'   .   (Winnipeg), .lolin
Nortbway, LI«ut.*Col. J, P, Mlehlo, Prank A. it>ilph, H. s. Wnldlr, Oeorge r. Ilclut<tman
nnd .1. \.\ Ilobhs.
At n subssouenl meetlnu of ths Directors Mr. Peleg Uawlnml was elected Presideifi
ami Dr. W. II. Merritt und Sir .lumen VYiiotln, Vico Presidents for the ensiling veur
I'KLP.i. HOWLAND. a. K. PIIIPI'S. '
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OMNIPOTENT HELP: — The Lord
Is my deliverer.—2 Samuel -2:'J.
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l.l.AD.N'h.SX       AM)       SINCtlNG'.—>
Serve the Lord with gladness: t'ome
Xlbeforo  his  presence with  singing.—
J Psalm 100:2.
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*!   GLADNESS IN   SERVICE): —Serve
4*!llio Lord wiih gladness.    Enter into
cm with thanksgiving, and Into
the Cranbrook herald
Published Every Friday
P. A. WILLIAMS  u. POTTER, U.S.-.
have been deceived by the adulations of hero-
worshlpplug multitudes.
Subscription Prlco   *-■"" '« v
To United   Suites   *-'••'•" Per »
Advertising Hales on Application, Changes o! 0
for Advertising should bo handed in not Inter than W
nesday noon to secure attention      	
DECEMBER 1923
SVH MOB  TVl WU THU FRI  i or
1
2 34567 8
9 101112 131415
16)171819 202122
IS It 25 26 27 28 29
on top of tlio bumper crops the Canadian
wesi has experienced comes the word that the
province of Alberta has won the wheat sweep-
slakes in spring wheal at the International Livestock, exposition at Chicago. Quantity is something worth having, but in the Canadian West
quality seems to go with It.
PRIDAY,  DECEMBER 7l.li, 192;
N O T B S
Whal did Halifax do at its by-election Ihis
week'.' Nol only did the turnover from the Liberal seal to a Conservative majority break Into
the solid phalanx of eighteen McKenzle King
members at Ottawa, but it reduced that government ai Ottawa lo a minority as against the two
opposition parlies in the house. The previous
Liberal majority of one over the Conservatives
land Progressives now becomes a minority of one.
i Th is is a state of affairs that will likely chafe
to such an extent that it is likely to hasten appreciably a dominion election. ?
The first results of the British elections thiB |       pjr8| Christmas, then ihe municipal elec
week would Indicate that the final outcome will
probably lie to slightly weaken the position of the
Conservative party, but hi ill leave Premier Baldwin in the ascendency. Labor may be Ihe next
strongest party in tlie House of Commons, but
such it wide gap seems to separate them from
the Liberals, the next on the list, that there is
little chance of any reproachment lieing arrived
at between them. Lloyd George failed to come
back, despite the plaudits of American throngs
on his recent tour — but he is not the first, to
tlons. Already lbe way lias been opened for
Intelligent discussion by the announcement that
ihe mayor and chairman of the school board will
nol again accept nomination. This should give
lime for those who are wont to complain lhat
there is no time io get good men to come out the
opportunity to secure the type of candidate they
desire. But it is not likely anyone will avail
themselves of the chance. There will probably
be the usual nomination day scramble after
ratepayers who will accept offlce.
SLAYER OF MONK
KANI'liTIN, PRINCE
FELIX, IN  M'.W YORK
Ilia ml 1 nil;
Alexander, cousin ot the
Now York.—Who will give the slayer ot Rasputin a lob! Prince Felix
YOUSBOUpotf, the man who fired the
Blurts that killed lhe priest, la In New
York, pour but proud.
Prince Felix was one nt tho group
ot nobles who bitterly resonled Itas-
pulln's power over lite Hussion court
He was one nl" tbe leaders of tho oldest Russian aristocracy. HI» wife
was Princess Irene, daughter of tbe
With Bovoral oilier nobles he conspired to ihi the country ot tlie Ras-I
pnlln evil intlucnco. The monk was|
invited to dine at tlie Youssopoff Pal-j
ace, nnd H"- ni"s' credited story ot
his death is this:
A si rung doso nt poison had been
mixed wllh Rasputin* wine, but the
Sanison-llko constitution of tho Czarina's favorite assimilated Ibo drug
and he did not feel it. Prince Felix I
drew his revolver nnd fired six bullet* j
into tho monk's body, which was llien i
thrown in n hole In tho Ice on the
river Neva. I
For his share In  tho killing, the
Prince was banished from court and i
Interned on his country estate until
the fall of tho Czar. j
\J Thrilling
MYSTERY
NOTICE
AFTER November 1st, 1923 our
office will bo located in the
promises recently occupied by
tho late James T. laldlaw whose
business we are taking over.
Wo beg to notify clients of
tho lalo Mr. Laldlaw, nnd others
Iliat wo shall lie carrying on the
practice of Land Surveying together with our tleneral Engineering and Cont'factlng work.
UeWOLF k HAM
FredNiblo
Production
Strangers of the Night
(Captain Applejack)
All the fascination of Walter Hackett's sensational
slage   success   ainpliticil  in the   most   spectacular
screen production of the iluy.       ^     „	
With a superb auf bonded liy        /   ■•«..'.'*T; I.V*^\'
MATT MOORE ENID BEMNL.H ( U 4 \ ' '
BARBARA LA MARR
AT TUB STAR, FRIDAY * BATUn.DAY.TH
BAT.
THIS  WEEK    -   Fill.
"STRANGERS ol the NIGHT'
1MIYT MISS Pf
STAR  THEATRE
PROGRAM FOR NEXT WEEK
COMMENCING  MONDAY,  DECEMBER 10th
THIS  WEEK   -    Fill,  fc  SAT.
"STRANGERS o! Iho NIGHT*
1IOV1 UISS IT
MONDAY - TUESDAY  '
Johnny Hines
IN
'Sure-Fire Flint'
Here is a knoekoul Comedy Drama
full of laughter, thrills, ami in all a
wonderful iileiure,
We Heartily Recommend It
Comedy t      "PLUMB (HAZY"
WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY
Anita Stewart
In
'The Love Piker'
Ono uf those luxurious young ladies
-always » winner! Then nhe tried
the game of love. Alas- —she wat. a
pilfer, li infik im-i>!i'.'i young uhbIh-
tant to prove that sho was a "regular
girl." uftei- all.
Comeflyj      "HICKORY HICK"
FRIDAY - SATURDAY
SWANSQN in 'Bluebeard's 8th Wife'
You'll see Gloria Bwancon at her delirious unrivalled best
in this French comedy -drnmn or n ulrl who learned on her
wedding night, that she had married a twentieth century
Bluebeard— with seven divorced wives!
You'll seo hor in the moBt alluring gowns evor destgnod.
In u story of French boudoirs and benches, ol startling scene*
und gorgeous settings, of sonsatldns that pile up with breathless swiftness.
You'll see society revelling in pleasure parties of reckless
extruvagunee and unending surprises, With tho exclusive
beach resorts of France aud tlie palaces of the rich ns a
background. Culminating In the Egyptian fete Unit marks
the last word In settings, costumes nml thrills.
Corned?!     "SAYING SISTER sisil."
COMING
STAR    THEATRE
COMING
WI.   I'KItKOXAUA   K.VDOHSK
DECEMBER 2\ \ •_>;,
THESE SPEACIALS AS BEING THE THREE OUTSTANDING PICTURES OF   THE YEAR
i: II It I S T M A S
I.MNOH (JI.YVS "SIX DAYS'*
JUST   A    WONDERFUL    PICTURE
DECEMBER 38 «V 2ft   FRI. & SAT. CHRISTMAS WEEK
Reginald Barker's
"TIIK ETERNAL STRUGGLE"
Mndo nt Banff nnd Seymour Canyon.
Vancouver,  by  tbo man  who made
I "HEARTS AFLAME"
DECEMBER M nnd JANUARY 1
NKW YEARS
Pnramounl's Big Ace
"KUGGLES OF RED GAP"
A clean Cut Comedy Special Feature
bis courts with praise: bo thankful
unto him. uml bless his name. For
the Lord is good.—Psalm 100:2, 4.
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Tuesday, December'll
THE GOODNESS OF GOD: — Ob,1
that men would praise the Lord for
bis goodness, and (or his wonderful
works to the children of men.—Psalm :
107:21.
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Wednesday, December 12
THE BEST GIFT:— Silver and gold
havo 1 none; but such us 1 have I
give thee: lu tbe name ot Jesus Christ
of Nazareth rise up und walk.—Acts
3:6.
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Thursday, December HI
THB SPIRIT OF TRUTH: — Even
tlie Spirit of truth; whom tbo world
cannot receive, because it seeeth him
not, neither knowetb him; but ye
know bint; lor ho dwelleth wllh you,
ami shall bo lu you.—John 14:17.
Friday, December 14
JUST AND RIGHT: — A   God    oi
truth und without Iniquity, just  und
right is he.—Deuteronomy :■-:•■
H.C.
RANGE FEES
IO BE LOWER THAN
IN MOST STATES
Victoria.—Gracing Tees in the Uni
ted States are being increased 100 to
30o per cent, to become effective In
1925.
Fees in Utah are two and one-half
cents nnd three cents per head per
month for sheep and ten cents and
twelve ctats for cattle according lo
district. These are to be increased
to  seven  cents  nml  twenty-nine  und
TWENTY  YEARS AGO
Extracts from lha Crauhrook
Herald ot this date, 1903.
J. H. Tonkin, manager of the Coal
Company at Fernie has been summarily dismissed, and later it Is learned
serious charges were laid againsl him
but he liad apparently hurried to the
safe side of the border line hy the
time the warrant was issued.
T. T. McVlttle and J. T. Laldlaw
have formed a partnership in the surveying business, and will make their
headquarters in Cranbrook.
V. Hyde Baker expects to leave for
England next week and will be absent several months, visiting at his
old home.
ACTIVE IN SCOUT AND
GIRL Ul'IDE WORK
AT WINDERMERE
(Special to the Herald)
lnvermere, B.C., Dec. 5.—The past
week in the Lnke Windermere district has heen given over to the fostering of the Boy Scout and the Girl
Guide movements. Rev. F. li. Atkinson, District Scoutmaster, gave the
members ot the People's Forum u very
excellent address on the objects of the
Hoy Scout work while at a later meeting MlSfl Dora K, Bodecker. organizing captain of a company of Girl
Guides gave a most Interesting address to parents and guardians In regard td the work which has been done
organizing that body.
At the close of the meeting steps
were taken to thoroughly organize
the good work that has been so ably
commenced by Miss Bodecker. A
strong committee of seven persons
comprising Rev. F. B. Atkinson, as
chairman, with Mesdames W, H.
Tompkjlns, G. Erlckson. F. C. Green,
T. W. Turner, and Miss E. Brookes
aud Miss Skillington was formed, who
together with the officers, comprising
Miss Bodecker as captain. Miss Madeline Tumor as lieutenant, Miss Etllc
Tumor us sec-trees., and Miss Mary
Turner as one of the executive will
act. Steps will at once be taken
by these persons to reorganize and
omplete the work so ubly commenced,
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tm   Tflri   - --■'•'  "^
s WEEK DECEMBER 7 & 8
THK   WEATHER  BULLETIN
Nov.
Nov.
Dec.
Dec
Dec,
Deo,
Dec.
Mln. Max
111       40
24
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. 24
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OPERATING DEFICIT
OF P.G.E. HE HIT Ell
TO QUARTER M1I.IJON
1 three-quarter cents respectively.
I Idaho Increases are from 2M-<- and
I 3c for sheep to 4***jc on the average
! and from 10c to 12c ou cattle to 22W-C,
j while Oregon's new rate will bo 7c
1 for sheep and 30c for cattle,
British Columbia ranges produce
just us good forage and, In most cases
better than those of Washington und
Oregon, while they can be more advantageously used owing to tbelr
i proximity to the ranches.
< Grazing charges in British Columbia
are 1 Vic per head per month for sheep
' .mil Be for cattle.
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ANNOUNCEMENT
M. NICHOLSON
GROCERY Co.
Beg io announce Unit Ihey huve taken over the Grocery
Business known as the Futa Grocery, on Van Horne
Street, and they respectfully solicit u continuance of tho patronage accorded the former owners, as well us a trial from any
who havo not hitherto dealt at
this store.
TO INTRODUCE OI'IISKI.VFS TO THK GOOO Pr'.Oli.F. 01' CHAN.
BROOK IV K A It K OFFFIIIM! FOR THF. WEGK-EMI A FEAV
SPECIALS    WHICH    SHOULD  PROVE  ATTRACTIVE  TO
TIIE THRIFTY BUYER!
Seedless Raisins, 'I lbs. for 35t
Currants   15$ and 206 lb.
Cheese. 2 His. for 65C
.linn nt 1'ractionlly Wholesale Prices
Maple Syrup, one quart for   9St
.lap Oranges, per bundle • ■ ■ • $2.15
Moo Our Windows for Other llaraiiins
We have Everything Nceessaryfor the Christmas Cake
and Table.
Fruits of all Kinds - Nuts - Peel - Christmas Candy, Sir.
AS WE ARE LOCATED AT ABOUT THE EXTREME WEST END
OP THE CITY. A PERSONAL VISIT TO OCR STORE MIGHT
NOT BE POSSIBLE* A PHONE ORDER PROM YOU WILL
RECEIVE OUR CAREFUL AND PROMPT ATTENTION
i
Minister of Hallways Now Believes Progressive Settlement
Policy Would Bring Results
Victoria. — statistics presented to
llio Legislature the other day by Dr.
MoLoan, minister of railways. show
the Paolfie <ireut Eastern railway la
beginning io recover some of the lout
ground aa understood by operating
deficits. Ho poinled out to tlio House
iliai where there hud been un expanse
account of 1871,505.03 and u revenue
of $384,182.07 In 1922, the figures for
1023 revealed expenae flgures ot
1007,803.96 and a revenue of $4M7.017.-
.05. ln other words, whereas there
wus u deficit of 1487,383.06 |„ 102^.
tbe balance on the wrong side for the
fiscal year 1923 hod been reduced to
t230.786.41.
Dr. McLean pointed out thnt progress Ir. this direction should suggest
to the people ot tbe province thut
they begin to look upon their railway
property aa a potential producing asset nnd not as a continual costly nubility.
He was not Intending to suggest
that the line would be paying Its way
In six, or even 24 months, but ho lun!
reached the conclusion tliat nn ug-
grosBlve settlement policy throughout
Ihe country, tributary lo and served
by tho system, together with the development ot tlte business already ln
operation Immediately adjacent to
the line, would very soon rosult ln u
much more satisfactory statement aB
far a the husiness ot the railway II-
I Our Sale is on |
Until Christmas I
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We are moving aboul Ihe first of Ihe year to the other J
side of the street, the building previously occupied by J
Mr. C. .1. Utile as a grocery store.
Here are a few of our Bargains
Men's Grey Flannelette Shirts, sale price $1.25
Men's Felt Hats, in black brown or grey,
regular $5.00.    Sale price $2.95
Ladies' Drop Stitch Hose, in heather,
Sale Price, '2 pairs  75C
Ladies' Black Cashmere Stockings
They came to us us seconds bin  wo can't  see
nnythtng wrong with litem.     *l.2f> quality
Sale Price, Two Pairs   95c
We've just received a shipment of pillowcases
in a very good quality, regular $1.2f> a pr. Sale
Price, tier pair   65c
Sheets   each $1.60
Flannelettes, in white only, 5 yds. for $1.00
English Eiderdown, a very tine material for
this time of the year, reg. $1.35 yd. Sale price a yd. 806,
Ladies' and Children's Spats.     We
cleared a surplus wholesaler's stock in that
line. Tliey should be in by Saturday.   Some
of them are worth up to $3.50.
Your Choice at, per pair $1,45
2000 pairs of shoes to choose from for the whole family.
• We guarantee that you buy them from us for less or
vour money returned.
B. WESTON'S Store
Baker Street
♦*.♦*+*+****♦♦♦+*♦*++•>*+♦♦♦**♦♦*♦+++*♦♦+♦♦
i
j  For Winter Sport
|     The liolglil of most every young  person's ambition lliese
colli, wintry iluys, Is lo own a pair of Skales.     So you'll
make no mistake In presenting Ilium as Christmas dirts.
II n»}m„ AI'TO, TUBE SKATES
I.A1IIKS' AUTO SKATKS
HOYS' Si  (JIIILS' SKATES
DELANY & SINCLAIR Friday, December 7th, 1023
THE CRANBROOK  1IEPAL1)
PA (IK   FIVE
Cranbrook Musical Society
CONCERT
Auditorium
Friday, December 14th,
8.110 I'. Iff. SUA III*
1    I REDISTRIBUTION'   Mil.I.
INCREASES SEATS IN
HOUSE 111 ONE
I   I Creston Is  Made Constituency
Wlill, Kaslo District
Disappears
iiiii
By
McAdoo lets ii lie known lhal lie I
I in the race for President,   or cours
be   Ib,   being  the  moet   conaptcuoui ,
Democratic candidate.    Hint.,, John-'   Chief clmn*
Victoria. —■ Announcement ot the
Government's redistribution plans,
iniuU* by Premier Oliver tlie other day.
show thai the electoral districts of
the whole province will be overhauled
ai (3 the total number of members of
the Legislature Increased from forty-
-.I'veii to forty-eight,
Tected by ihe Re-
Ison will be in the nice also.   This laldistribution Bill are:
In   free  tor  all,  and  Hiram  Johnson     VIctoritt   wfl1   have  three  msmbera
probably can get more votes in Pros- instead "' l'"lll': tho t,iatric1 ot 0reilt'
'.dentin, primaries than any other Re- er V™™™™ will have an additional
Ipubtlcan will. member by ihe formation ot the new
t   M constituency of Burnaby,   to   which
One or Mr, Ford's secretaries sayn |wUI bsadded ,lliU Part of South Van-
in- wouldn't i
ept Hie nomination ro
cr ly
Die  Presidency     Mr.   Pord  1ms his     Tne l)ala
■lays for Presidential running ami hisiwl11 mmiil
Victoria Drive.
f   Houtb Vancouver
ate nnd Polnl Grey
|
ed Creston tbat tbe new rtdlug was toj story by Frank R, Adams and hai
bo erected and that Creston was to be heen directed by 10. Mason Hopper.
Included in it. officials or the Liberal lucludod lu tho supporting <^t oro
and Conservative associations wired i Robert Praser, lilayiiiK opposite Mian
every (irit and Tory member in tho Stewart, William Norris. Carl Or-
house requesting tbat the constituency rard, Arthur Hoyt, Betty Francisco
name be Creston, whilst board of trade and others. It treats of the love af-
oflicers   not   only   wired   the   rabinel j lair of Mope Warner. ;i wealthy though
ministers and opposition leaders but
also scoured Hie town in (|UBSt of private citizens who might be acquainted personally with oilier than the local member, ami these, too, wired to
iheir friends in ihe Legislature to the
same effect, ami wiih excellent results
as indicated above.
All the ine^saaes were despatched
at one session ai the wire direct to the
ParHamont buildings and were delivered In the house simultaneously al
Friday afternoon's sitting, making
lulte a Field day tor Creston in .••nis-
aiive circles and. incidentally, giving
the C.P.R. the biggest .lay's telegraphic business done there thi.-; year.
The new riding is made up exclu-
Ively of fruit districts wiih Creston
for   forgetting   all   about   ji      li
and Uicliiuo
oral district
form another elec-1 lowering head uml shoulders over all
snobbish society girl, and Martin Van
Huisen, a self-made construction engineer to whom prosperity has come
after the death of his mother aud who
does not have the courage to uproot
his father from the old home in the
tenement district of tlie city made
dear by many fond memories. Hope'-i
loyalty to Martin is pat to a great
test on meeting the old man. which
encounter almost results iu the
breaking of ihe engagement. Hope's
better self, however, comes to the fore
and .Martin's father is an honored
guest at the wedding.
There is much heart interest in tlm
story, and pathos, while there la much
cleverly interwoven comedy. The
background of the production is twofold In that the picture Is laid in both
iof them combined so far as production,tne residential section of the clly and
i torn l ih'irict I"' Hi em	
he   iinmiiiatiuii   should   come  on   Hit-,                       •                                                             . .,      ,  .                 ,.',„.    . .. !j,, ti,0 Biums
right .lav he won 'Obably lake It.     Tw '   ™,atltuencle», Creal goes, while a   lea.   one third o! tle Blun"*'
[Meanwhile He Is starling a plan J"* »'»'"*"»■"■ "•   > treateil. voting strengl   ot th   nev. rl g »,..  ^	
hlladelphla, t„ coal twenty or  •- 0r     "m '""'"*" ;'" lh" Boulh1 "°J." '".': ' ''"stn!l U,'!y'   .     . . «°™« •»•»« ««»«■
trom g|. • W|1V .11.1 Miss Mabel stop keop.
which j„„ eonipony with the hired man?"
ORCHESTRAL SELECTIONS
PARTSONCS   -   VAUDEVILLE
HUMOROUS SKETCH
"The Bathroom Door"
THIS IS A SCREAM FROM START TO FINISH
Tickets
75 cents
AM, SKATS RESERVED
twenty or thirty millions, ami hire u few thousand
men in high wages.   That's not had I
politics.
ii will comprise nil tho south-1Ho In H'o Creston Valley.
rtlon ot Kaslo, which will dlsap-     We81 Kootenay urea i- red
pear and n -tlon ot Trnlt, which also six  to live provincial  rldlr.
Roea. | will probably produce quite a hlttei
The city ot Trail will be Included In flBhl between Col,  Meter, the Kusl,
Tliey dug up Cromwell and ,tllck j Bosatantl constll cy. MacKenale dis- representative and J  H Schoileld, M
his head on ,. spear r„r every one to """ wln •» »™l»«<> "f "'" mainland11'A., for  rrall, parts ol whose old
lough ul  1 let II gradually b,i toP10"8 l("'""'rlv '" Como!t
! pieces.    They dug up and scattered Tlnm'"1 '""'' '"' l'1'""''' ll"'"','' '""-
I the dust of Voltaire.   But men ot that I "',ct' Omuiem, which covers a large
ikillil, real  men,  ilou't neeil burial  in
Westminster Abbey.   There wouldn't
be room in any building for names ns|
Hi
"Wa
overs
laroa in contrnl Brlllsh tlolumbln, will
have two members, while iis limits
[will be extended lo flic mainland coast
1  of  lbe! 11111"  enlist linen
the new Crcstc
flionglll  llial  :if
j opposite I'rlnco Rttperl ami eastward
"■    Hie    vicinity   of    I'rii     li -ne.
hilt as theirs
...
The goverranonl   learns Hml  laxesl    I'rlnco Rupert will bo reduced In the
on tbo sules of jewelry haven't boon|Tslmpseon puiinsulti,    Hie   adjacent
tiling,   but    ii    Is
relumed man Col.I
Lister will be the Conservative choice'
as the new Creston riding is heavily
populated wllli Old Country ranchers
wiio joineii tip iii largo numbers tor
Iho war.
Tbe Liberals ami Hie new Provincial
parly  will  liave no illhTcttltles of thla
you BOO, when be proposed lo her- lie opened her mouth to
look at her teeth.1'
I.AMI REGISTRY'  ACT
(Section l'lOi
IN Till: SUTTER of Sllblol JI
nf I.ut t.'.ilj. Group 1. contnlnlng
l.'el 8.100 urlvs inure or le...
uml 1'nit (IM 51.100 acre- of
Lot mill, Gronp I, Kootennj
IHslrlct.
paid.   Careful watch Is being made. I coasl lsl s i 10 Qu  Chariot- srlrl I,.  iteud win, and it  is quite     Proof having beet,.died ... my omc.
I"also will, rem,, , household far- lea.   Port Oeorge will He reduced, but  certain Creston will be called upon  [*•■"• "f >""""'-<" °< [IUe No.
„lshlngs,   libraries  and.  musical   hr- will aim Include Peace River illstrict. » y Hie standnr arers for each   7?4"-A to the above mentioned lams.
atvnments"                                        -l< >°P" will take in Aohcrotl anil ot lliese parlies.                                  In ihe name.,  of Peter Lund und Al-
Could you Imagine auytblng more Wallachln rr,,m Yale ami Lucerne and arcnl   satisfaction   Is   everywhere bort Lewis Couieas .,..,1 bearing date
1 'U 1*1 ,  '  Ll I .11*1 i- I lit 11  .      »   I      ,  I , I,- 1 i| ■  i M , ,.. ,     %a       _. an,  rt tirt*l\t*l.\*i,11'T'*
,    ,                          ,,      ,.     ,,        p«„*ihn*.**v   rnirn   fi-nin Fori   nonrce exnrosBed   ni to'   recognition given tho 23rd May. 1913,   I 1U.UMU t.m-.
'barbarous, moro worthy of  a ( oni-o ' ianinii>    i..ikc   nom i*un    \-<«im,i       i *- 	
'lavage than putting a tax on house, and certain polls fro,,, North Oltana- Creston, and lo live  up to It.  new   MOTH E of my retention .   lie expi-
liold furnlturo, ami ospoolnlly ou  !g« I will have two members. illgnlly (here is now every I,  that  raton of one calendar nouth fro,,, he
sale of muslcai Instruments? !    Q™nil  Forte ami Qr.enwooil  will the place, which al  presenl   Has „„ flrst publication hereof to Issue to the
j   Why nol tax a ol iwo cents every be made ono conslilucncy while Carl- municipal slanillng, will lake steps nd    Peter  Lund am   All,, ,rl  Lewis
time il says its prayers?   Re g ,, boo will take eleven polls fro,,, Ul- be erccled l„,o a village or town mu- Courens a  provisional  Cert ftoaie ot
g 1 bonk or listening to g 1 tousle Irinot. which conslltuency will include nlclpnlltv. |Tltle ,,, lieu of such lost CertWcate.
Is the next beet thing to praying, Britannia  Min,-..  Squnmlsh, (llbson's  -<—	
.   .   . | Landing nnd othor Mowo Sound polls. | ANITA STEflARI
Tho son of the former Kaiser, pncol Cowlohan will lake Shnwnlgun iJike
Crown Prince, has oblalued permis- and Bambertou from fcsqulmalt, while
sion In leave linlliirurl. The dlspnl, li jl'heniallins will be Included iu New-
says he Is talking of taking a trip lo|castle, Instead of Cowlohan.
Any person having any Informa-
,.„ with reference to such lost Cer-
ftcate of Tiile is rcqllesied to eom-
COMF.S TO STAR Uf 	
IIFI.Kill I I t I,   PICTURE   muiiicale wiih the undersianed
  MATED at the Und Registry Office.
  Tiie Cosmopolitan production. "The  Nelson, B.C, this 3rd day of Itecem-
Switzerland   "lo   enjoy   tbo   Wlnlerj   Vancouver retains six members, the Lovo Piker." u delightful melodrama, ber, A I) 1923.
Isporls." averago representation   iier   member ^featuring Anita Stewart, is booked tor A  w. 1DIKNS
Germans, wondering how their chll- will bo 31140 on Vancouver Island and  a two day showing at tlie Star theatre. Registrar
dren will be fed this winter, will read 4101 on tlio mainland. beginning Wednesday, next week.        > Date   of   first   publication.   December
that with interest, '    As soon as authoritative word reach-      The picture Is an  adaptation  of a   6th, 1923. 41-45
MOVING   SALE
Two Weeks Only - Commencing: Dec 1st
Come Early
while the
BARGAINS
are on
A Particularly Large & Complete Stock of Dry Goods
lllli ASSORTMENT OK HOSIER", Will, III'
DISPLAYED.
LADIES CASHMBRH HOSE, superior quality,
double beel nnd too, black only, Stile Price .. 69t
LADIES' RIBBED TOP HOSE, unequalled for
value.    Comfortable fit    Regular price $1.60.
Sale  PrlcNt      $1.25
LADIES' PURE SILK UTILITY HOSE, double solo, high Bpltced heel.    Regular price $1.25.
Brown and black only     Salo Price  86C
OUR MOVING SALK HAS BEEN GOING STRONG. IVE DESIRE TO THANK CORDIALLY ALL
THOSE WHO HAVE'PATRONIZED OIR STORK DURING THK SALK, AMI PEEL SURE PURCHASERS HAVE REALIZED THE UNUSUAL VALUES WE HAVE BEEN OFFERING. IK YOU
AI1K NOT AMONG THOSE WHO RAVE TAKEN ADVANTAGE OK OUR SALK. WE WOULD URGE
YOU TO COME AND INSPECT THE GOODS AND SEE FOR YOURSELF THE LOW PUKES FOR
THK QUALITY OK GOODS. THE SALE WILL CONTINUE KOI! TWO WEEKS. MARK YOUR
CHRISTMAS PURCHASES NOW.
LADIE8' PINE COUNTESS HOSE, silk lisle,
wearing qualities guaranteed. Regular price 60c.
Black uml brown only.   Salo Price 39C
LADIES' ART SILK HOSE, in black only.
Double sole and high npliooil heel. Regular price
660,    Salo Prloo   44C
OIRLS' PURE WOOL CASHMERE HOSE,
The "Sweetheart" brand. ' Prices, according to
size, from   48tJ up
LADIES' NIGHTGOWNS. The very best of
workmanship, large cut, good quality of Flannel-
etie.     Sale Price  $1.43 to $1.85
LADIES' SILK AND WOOL COMBINATIONS,
high grade quality, pure heather wool, regular
price $5.50, Sale Price   $4.63
GIRLS' COMBINATIONS, same make as above
65% wool, size 6, 7 and 8, Regular Price $2.25
Sale Price   $1.45
PILLOW GASES, good, serviceable, 40 Inches wide, hemmed.
Regular price 50c each, Nale Trice   35£
LADIES DH138S13S, made of trlcotino nnd velour goods, well
trimmed and dlfferenl slylcs,    Regular nrice $6.75 to *3«.0fl
*'"• '•''"•" $5.75 «° $19.50
COATS  LKOCHBT TURKAO 111 Kcru rotor, all sizes
I'or Muzt'lt, Siiturdii) only       $1.10
COATS' SEWING MACHINE THREAP tl cord all sizes In
black und white, ir.o yds. spool.    Per Itozrii   75<J
DUCHESS SILK   MDSSAUNB SILK.  WASHAIILK  SILK &
Tlilt'OI.LHTTK AT REASONABLE PRICES
SEE THE NIFTY  LADIES' SLIPPERS, AND OXFORDS AT
PAIR VALUE
SILK Ml III,Ills. SILK IIAMIKKIttlllKKS, SII.K GOODS,
HANDKERCHIEFS IN IIOXKS
SI'ITAIII.i: Milt CHRISTMAS (HITS.    (IDT THEM WHILE
THE SALE IS ON.
l,INONI,i:t'*IS, FLOOR OIL CLOTHS and RUGS
AUTOMOBILE ROBF.S   •   RIBBONS
AT SPECIAL PRICES
MANY SUITAHLE ARTICLES FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS HERE. Names of articles we are
unable to price on account of space.
-MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS, soft silfls and in different striped
patterns. Cod siyles, regular *^.un, Sule Price --$1,23
MEN'S SUSPENDERS, genill ie police suspenders Willi elas-
liisepurnte on buck, regular price 90c Sale Price 65c
BOY S I1RACES. good value, per pair   25C
MEN'S UOOD WEARING: EVERYDAY SHIRT .... $1.19
MEN'S OVERALL PANTS, striped and  block, regular 11.M
Sale Price      $1.45
ALL WOOL UNDERWEAR, tor Lai)106 Men, Hoys und Oirls
Every garment with a yellow ticket and the price is on.
MEN'S  ALL  WOOL CAPS  With   lur ear  lap-  regular  $2.25
Sale Price     $1.45
MEN'S FLEECE-LINED UNDERWEAR, Penman make, llrst
quality, realilar price $1.40 a garment Sule Price ... 95c
hoys' shoes, siilld leather, fJreb mako, black and brown lu
sizes ll to 1.1. Regulur price $4.86. Snip Price $3.35
HOYS' DRESS SHOE. In black Kiln liietnL.Hlucher cut, regular $3.75, Sole Price     $2.95
ANOTHER GOOD BARGAIN IN DHESS SHOES lo be cleared ul less than cost.    Regular price (f..',". Sule   ,$3.75
Trunks, Suit Cases, Pillows. Crib lilaiikels.
Park Sacks, Fine Combs, Tnlriini Powder, Ladles'
Hugs, Men's Rubbers, Tweed Overcoats, Rubbers,
Waists. Bedroom Slippers.
SEE    OUR   TOYLAND   FOR   CHRISTMAS
GIFTS.
Kootenay Trading Co.Ltd.
Norbury Ave.  - Cranbrook
OPPOSITE STAR THEATRE
MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS, double cuffs, striped,
assorted, made by a well known firm, Regular Price
$J.0H Sale Price $1.23
MEN'S WORKING SHIRTS, assorted lot, regular price from 11.60 to $'J.75, Sale Pi ice . ,$1,19
MEN'S FLANNEL SHIRTS,   grey,   with two
pockets, in all sizes.     Caribou Brand.     Regular
price $3.0". Sale Price     $ 1.98
MEN'S WOOL MITTS and GLOVES ON SALE
A HEAL BARGAIN
l.milhlt'lAN SOCKS FOR MEJi AM) BOYS AT
CUT CHICKS
MEN'S wool socks, manufactured by Atlantis Knilliiig Co.. made from Australian wool,
Sale Price    39c
MEN'S MECHANIC SOCKS. Colton half hose
of a good quality, brown ami black only, Regular
Price 3 for *1 Sale Price   4 for 89c
MEN'S MARATHON Lllii IT WEIGHT SOX
Silk lisle finished, splendid value. Regular Price
46c a pair. Sale Price !l pairs for 94c
MEN'S FINE WORSTED, Botany wool socks,
sanitary and durable, In brown and black, superior
quality, Regular Price $1.60 Sale Price 96c
MEN'S DRESS SHOES, in brown and black, soli,]
leather heel nnd sole. Upper stock of good calf.
square toe.     Regular price $6.90 Sale price 4.95
MEN'S PANTS, ROYS' PANTS, COVERALL
JACKETS
BOYS' TOQUES, lo lie cleared at      25c p»''b
MEN'S MACKINAW SHIRTS, red chequered,
pure wool, regular price 4,26.    Sale Priec $3.63
MACKINAW COATS, Norfolk style. All
wool, at Sale Price      $7.95
WINDOW BLINDS, each package containing
shade, pull, nails and brackets, Regular Price $1.25
Sale Price    85C
GINGHAM, quality first, fast dye.
Sale Price     22^* >'d.
PRINT, liglii colored, good pal terns, regular
price 'Mc yd., Sale Price     I9C yd.
SEE OUR TABLES FOB CHRISTMAS GIFTS SUNDAY, DECEMBER 9
ll a.m. Morning Service
12/15 Sunday School and Adult Bible Class
7.30 p.m. Evening Service
VISITORS  AMI STRANGERS WELCOME
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
Phone 110 P.O. II" 511* 1
B. A. MOORHOUSE
A.M.B.I.C, & U.OL.3.
PB.OY. LAND 8UBVJSI0B
Offlce - Armstrong Ave.
I'raobrouk     •      ■      -     B. C
Drs. (ircen Si MacKinnon
I'lijslcluiis mul Surgeons
Olllce  at   realilonce,   Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICE  HOUKS
Afternoons     2.00 to 4.00
Evenings .: 7-30 lo 8.30
Sundays   2«0 to 4.00
ORANBROOK, B.C.
DR. F. II. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE  HOUK8
B to 12 a.m.      1 to 5 pm.
Hanson Blk., CRANBIIOOK, B.C.
F. M.
MACPHERSON
Undertaker
I'hene SSO
Nortury Ave., next to CHj Hall
10DUKS AMI SOCIETIES
WOMPrl'S INSTITUTE
Meets   In   ths
gg. G.W.V.A. Hall
afternoon ot ths
llrst Tuesday at
8 p.m.
All ladlss are
cordially Invited
Presldeuti    Mrs. 1'. Constantino.
Sec-Treasurer!  Mrs.  8. Taylor.
I. O. O. F.
KEY CUV LODGE, Ho. 42
Meets every
.Monday night at
(The Auditorium
Sojourning Odd Fellowe are cordially invited.
N. Q.      -      -      R. L. Burtch
Rec. Sec.    E. O. Dlngley, P.O.
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— The J
Knights of Columbus j
will moot in the j
KNIUIITS OP PYTHIAS  j
HALL ;
EVERY THIRD SUNDAY,       •
at t pan. )
:5.*.>.^^■4.♦^..^.^.^•^•:-*.^4>*♦.^'^•^<••^-^•^•
CranbrtuK Cottage Hospital
(Licensed by Prot. Govt)
Maternity uud Uoneral Nursing
Tortus Moderate
MBS. A. CRAWFORD,  Matron.
Garden Avenue      -   Phone 269
L.
D. Cafe
(Mttle Davenport)
When
you wish something good
to
eat go
to the "L.D."
OUB
PRICES    ARK    BIOHT
Uauttst Cljurct)
PASTOK  W. T.  TAPBCOTT
SIMIAV, DECEMBER »
11 a.m. Subject:
"Willi* Do lliiptlsts
Stand For"
12 noon sunduy School
7.30   livening   Service
■Ilie Philosophical
History of Sin"
Edited by Tbe Blown Poultry Hunch Fort Steele, B.C.
ARTIFICIAL LIGHTING FOR POULTRY
SYNOPSIS OF
WACT AMENDMENTS
The subject of using lU'llllclal tights]
uu poultry or laying hens for Increased egg production has been many tlm
os discussed by Dominion Experimental Farms und by every experimental!
station throughout tho Status.
Thero is a gentmil slacking ol eu-
thuslasm manifested in tbis subject
from uearly all iis early exponents.
This Is not because artificial lighting
has proven a failure, but mure be-1
cause of the danger of improper use"]
of It, Irregularity iii iis use will cause
trouble. Too much of It, that la, too
many hours, will work injury lo the
L'loely
Lighting tlio heus ami not providing water anil food spells ruin to any
Hock.
The best teacher Is cold hard experience. The best experience is the
kind tliat roaches down doep into your
pocket and din* out (he cash, That
is the one greatest argument thut
plains itself in your lasting memory.
One seldom does anything the second
tlmo If they know the thing they did
lost them money. Thut is correct in
one sense of the word, but before you
condemn u proposition, be sure the
way you did it was right.
Wo huve been using artificial lights
for seven years. Huve gotten the
hidilies tip at three o'clock. Again we
have turned on the lights ai nine lo
ten o'clock for an evening meal and
huve oven tried to induce the hen to
working a longer day by staying up
late from lights turned on at roosting
time. Also we have gotten them off
their roosts lu the evening for u late
lunch and again hustled them out for
a before-day light breakfast.
The best results have been obtained
from following the old-time adage of
Early to bed and early io tlaa makes
man healthy, wealthy and wise."
We now put our lights un at 4 u.m.
and run them till full daylight. We
aro careful to turn them on ut exactly
the same minute, iu the same rotation
In each room. This has proven the
best from our point of experience.
H gots the proper egg production
and tines not overwork the hen.
it brings her through tho winter,
with sprliiH finding lior with a good
strong body and plenty of push i'iid
energy for the summer laying. The
facl is iimt artificial lighting does not
bring more eggs In the yeur, it only
gets ihu heavy flow of eggs in the
winter when the prices are high.
.Never turn the lights on until you
have tilled the drinking fountains with
elean fresh wuter. Then give the bens
live or ten minutes to drink, before
fsorting the grain in the scratching
litter.
The one great und only great medicine for pdultry is wjik and sanlta-
limi. Clean the roosts often. Change
tin- floor litter often. Wash out the
drinking fountains every day. Examine tbe heus for lice. Don't think
because you can do a good Job of
scratching when you have Jlce, that
ihe hens can do It too. It's Just as
much of n disgrace to have them on
lhe hen as on yourself and the same
discomfort to Uie biddy.
If you don't believe it, try it.
With this experience (hey will eat
deeper into your uranium than
1 am telling you.
(let a little sodium florlde from the
druggist, dust a pinch of it under the
feathers next to Hip skin, under the
wings, breast and on the bend. That
will clean up the ben.
*V*vtytlHH4*V C/t+V/kHkHtyUtV e&igWHyc,
TRADE MARK
REGISTERED
73
CLEANING - PRESSING
— REPAIRING —
You Will Make No ill Intuitu
In Orderlug Hml
WINTER SUIT or OVERCOAT
— Prom —
H. C. LONG,
The Tailor
Van Horne Slroot
Opposite C, P. R. Depot
Pliour lltl     ::     Phone 410
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1 yw —sr % *•* [y>ammoml\
PRE-EMPTIONS
Vacant*      unresorvod,
lands limy
subjects
*iiir\eyec
■e pre-empted b\
i- 18 years of age
eclarlng intentloi
to become Urltlah *nii>Jeets, conditional upon residence, occupation
tnd improvement for agriculture
purposes,
I'till information concerning regulations regarding ■ pre-emptions i.
given hi Bulletin No. l. l*und tf<*ri<*-
■llnw in Pre-empt Land," coplei ol
which can be oiiiiilneil tree of cb»rg<
by addressing iim Department *>i
Lands, Victoria, MX'.., or io any Gov
crnment Agent
llecords will be granted covering
only land suitable for agrlcultun
purposes, and which Is nol timber
land, i.e., carrying over 5,000 bear
feet per acre west of the Coast Htngt
and b.ooo feet per acre east of ths
Range.
Applications fur pre-emptions an
to be addressed to the Lund Gom
missioner of the Land Recording Dl
vision, In which the land applied foi
is situated, and are made on printed
forms, copies of which can bo obtained from tho Laud Comin!snloner
Pre-emptions must be occupied rot
five years and Improvement!! iBudt
lo value of $li) per acre, Including
alearing and cultivating at le.mt Bv
acres, before u Crown Grant caa n
received,
For more detailed Information set
lhe Bulletin "How n> Pre-einpl
Lund."
PURCHASE
Applications ure received for |>ur
chase t>f vacant and unreserved
Drown lands, noi being UmbevlMnri
for agricultural purposes; minhnmr
price of first-class (arable) land t* tr
per acre, and second-class (grafting)
land $3.60 per acre. Further infer
.nation regarding purchase or teasi
«>r Crown lands is given in DulletlT
No. 10, Land Berles. "PurehaBe nnd
Leaso or Crown Lands."
Mill, fartory, or Industrial sites on
limber land, not exceeding 4o neres
may ho purcbosed or leased, tii<* con*
d it ions Ini'iiuiin-j pnyment ol
stumpage,
HOMESITE   LEASES
Ui
iii* -a
may   lie   loused   as   lioint-nief
condltional upon a dwelling b*lna
erected tn the Brat year, title iMinn
obtainable after residence and Improvement conditions arc fulfjlle''
nnd land tins been survi-.Vcd.
LEASES
For gracing and Imlustrlul purposes areas net exceeding 840 urro*
mny  be  leased   by  one  persim   or   ■•■
company.
GRAZING
Under tho Grazing Act the I*tov*
Iiho iii rii-.iii.il into grazing dlHtri'i.
and the range administered under n
G rasing Commissioner, Animal
graslng permits are issued based or
numbers ranged, priority l<i*tnn givei
to established owners. Stock •owiieri
may form nsioclntlons tor rang*
management,   Free, or partial!) ii>"%
permits aro avuiluble for KHtjei*
campers and travalicrs, up to if
head.
BAYNES LAKE AND \
WALDO NEWS    \
A second meeting of the supporters
of the Provincial Parly ot British Columbia iu this district, was held at
.Vr. P. Hammond's at Waldo.'at 8 p.m.
on Tuesday, November 27th, for the
purpose of further iiurttiifcUng the
delegate lo tbe Party's convention at
Vancouver, on December -till. Mr. 13.
A, Larrabie was voted into the chair
and Captain J. Barnard assumed sec-
retariul duties.
interesting contributions lo the
discuslon which look place were made
hy Mr. James Squires, one of the old-
eat resident farmers at Waldo, Mr.
Dllts and Mr, C. Ol-sen. nnd it wi
finally decided thnt the delegate
should call at ton I ion to tho following
subjects:
The way hi which Oriental labor Is
ousting White labor.
The horrible system of "paying for
a job,*' which is so prevalent, not only
at the mills but also in government
work on the roads etc.
Tbo addition to the rates of the district occasioned by the installation of
a High or Superior school nt which
there have never been more than eight
or nine pupils and now arc only five.
The great waste of public money
Involved In the building of a new
bridge over the Kootenay, al   Waldo,
when a comparatively small sum
spent nu the repair of ilie existing
bridge wns all thai was needed.
Tlie inefficiency of tlie Forest Fire
Fighting Department.
The need for greater care and more
consideration of local opinion in the
appointment of J.P's.
Tbo apparent Impossibility of buying or pre-empting any land with water on it in the district.
Tho secretary announced thnt,
thanks greatly to the energy of Mr. A.
MoTntyre since the lasi meeting, the
local subscription to asslsi Iii defraying the expenses of the convention
bad totalled $27.50.
The meeting broke up nt 10.30 p.m.
.m.HW.VY LINK
WIMi BE PUSHED
KIT ROUTE NOT KNOWN
Minister Still Withholds Heels*
ion of Government in
I!urn. to Const
Victoria.—Of special interest to people In nil purls ol" Hritish Columbia is
Dr. Sutherland's announcement that
the completion of the "missing link"
of the trans-provincial highway will
lie commenced next r.pring. Which
route will be taken has not yet been
decided and tho minister of public
works Intimates that expert engineering advice u'.one, not any special bid
from either the proponents of north
em and southern routes respectively
will lie the final determining factor.
In connection with pleas for special
)consideration in the matter of route
to be taken, lt is satisfactory to note,
Government officials say. that uu interested delegation which waited upon
tbe minister of public works tbe other
day, signified its willingness to stand
by the Government's decision In this
Important particular.
To a delegation from the P.O. Hob-
DEPOT ROOMS
VAN iioit.NK sr. opp. Station
New Building
Nicely Furnished
When in Town Stop Here
Water
in the
Milk
Kwong  Chong
TiAUNDRV
11 Armstrong Avenue
Opponlto W. D. Hill's
First   Cl***   Work   Guaranteed.
Montana Restaurant
Meals at AU Hours
(Heart, Cigarettes and Candies
Crnnbrook HL Fhoie Ml
Opp. Dank of Comnwce
Every little while we get
letter from some cook who
says sho did not realize that
Pacific Milk must be diluted
with water to get best results
In cooking. Mrs. N. R. Hornby
tells us she got three cakes so
"Bhort" they couldn't handle
them at nil before someone told
her to use only half as much
milk and to make up the difference with water.
pltul Association, uskbiR for increased
grants to hospitals, Hon. J. p. Mc
Lean, provincial secretary, pointed out
tho other duy thnt British Columbia
\\- more generous lu hospital ndmtuiS;
tration ihuu Uie govorumouts or the
prairie provinces. Dr. Mil-can stated
thnt the Hritish Columbia government
grants a total of eighty-four cents a
da y per pal Unit towards hospital
maintenance, as compared to fifty
cents by the prairie provinces, and
thirty cents nud llilrty-tive cents
granted by eastern provinces, while
British Columbia is the only province
aiding in the erection of hospitals.
THK WEATHER BULLETIN
Official   Thermometer   Mendings   nt
Crnnbrook
Mln. Max.
November 22    13       80
November 2.1    81      89
November 24   :'U      4:!..
November 38    84      89..
November 2fi    27      :i!i
November 27   86       ;:7
November 2S   Ul!       4U
I,live Tower at Unbelt—Ono hundred
and thirty-four immigrants, speaking
among Ihem 15 different languages
arrived in Winnipeg on November 21
from the steamships "Hegina" nnd
"Anlonla". The party, which Included thirty girls for domestic service
travelling under Salvation Army awr
pices, wns distributed throughout the
four western provinces.
Itlght Hark ut Him
Scientific Young Olty Man: "Yes
Blr-reel The time will come when
you'll he able to carry all tbe fertilizer necessary for an acre of ground
tn one vest pocket."
Old Knrmcr: "Yep—and tho crop In
the other."
•   •   ♦   •
liisiihunlatfi'H Too
Pino Feather showed lifo enough to
remark;   "Tho  feller  rldln*  a  high
[horse rIIb n big fall when he flops,"
Pacific Milk Co., Ltd.
UeeA One*, Iuotih, Ml
rmterlte M AM I Will al
Life's Minor Ailments
should be promptly tiiimded to
It is well to keep the liver active, stomach
healthy and bowels regular, the mind clear,
alert and efficient. Beecham's Pills taken
according to directions will help to keep the
digestive processes active. Life will be more
satisfactory and successful by taking
BEECHAM'S
DIE   I  C    Urn.tS-J.of
JT I bLV     Any Medicine
JtfIR L. LASKV /       PRESENTS
QLOIW
hit
N
'BLUEBEArM8U!WIFf
STAR THEATRE),  PRIpAY  &  SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14 & 15. SEE IT
GLORIA SWANSOX
HAS GREAT HOLE IN
-NEW PHOTOPLAY
tiloria Swanson's latest Paramount
picture, produced by Sam Wood, is a'
picturizatiou of Charlton Anderwfl' j
adaptation of Alfred Savior's cele-'
brated French farce, "Bluebeard's 8thI
Wife." It is said to afford Miss Swan*-
son one of the strongest roles of her|
screen career* and. what her women
admirers will relish rnont perhaps,
provides her with ample opportunities
for the display of amazing gowns.
The story is that of a beautiful
daughter of French nubility whose
father is Impoverished and wishes to
marry her off to a man of wealth. Mis
wish becomes reality when a rich'
American meets nnd fulls In love With
her.   She also loves him.
Then It is learned that the American Is n "youthful Bluebeard" and'
has been married seven times.* One
wife it is learned, died. Tbe other .-*ix
he divorced. Miss Swanson. as the |
Sth wlfo is shocked by the cold-blood- ■
ed business arrangement made of her
marriage and determines she will not
be like the oilier wives, divorced.
So she becomes his wife in name
only and exasperates him to continual
outbursts of temper. But she also \
awakens his love ami the real man-!
hood in him. As a final taunt she
allows herself to be found in a com-!
promising position with another man
Her husband Is jealous and both real. '.
Ize he really loves her. She agrees to
give him a divorce hut be, realizing
what she means t% him, does not want
It. Instead, be goes to her humbly,
her Bweetheart.
Miss Swansea's leading man In
"Bluebeard's Sth Wife" which will be!
shown at the Star Theatre next Frl-
day and Saturday, December 14th and
16th, is Huntley Gordon, a popular
player, Paul Wiegol. Frank II. Butler-
Robert Agnew and Irene Daltnu tire
In the east.
Open.Boor Immlgrallan: — Partial
removal, at least, cf the barriers
ag-in8t immigration to Canada is expected to result from tbe conference
between federal and provincial officials In Ottawa this week. Prospects
aro thai Canada, during the next summer will bo called upon to welcome a
Hood of immigration the like of which
lias not been approached since the
pre-war period.
Reaches   ^ ^
DeepColdsAV,
immediately!   \^
Rubbed on, Vickn
Has a double effect
HERE is the last word In treating
cold troubles—nib Vicks well in
over thioat and chest. Gut into bed
and leave the covotin^s loose about
the neck. All night long yuu breaths
in the healing vapors of camphor,
m?nihol, eucalyptus, turpentine, etc.
The application also acts like a heating linimentjor plaster—almost sure
to Inosen tha cold before morning.
Vicks is just as good, too, for Inflammations, such ea cuts, burns, bruises,
sores, stings and skin Itchtngs.
WICKS
w VapoRub
Oft* I7MIUIOH Jut IIUO YteMUf
kSSfSSsf
accept this
invitation
"Canratle" invites you to experience the
joy ol drinking the finest beer brewed in
the west—to partake of the concentrated
nutriment of Canada's choicest barley
nnd hops, brewed lo perfection—to get
that line feelinu that comes from drinking real good beer.
Insist on "Coscnttti," utict fitl llw perfection of satisfaction. AU Govarnnitnt
Liquor Stores supply it.
Vancouver
Breweries
Limited
I everywher* ia (
in th. World
MONUMENTS
CAMlilFLI,   *   HITGIIIE
lUNCXENTAL  CO.
NtlMD
EslabllBhed 1898 phone lu
Geo. R. Leask
I'lONKKH IIIIII.DKK
AM>   CONTRACTOR
Cabinet Work.  1'trture Framing
Estimates given on
ail classes of work
Ofllce: Corner Norbury Avenue
anil Cilminls Street
Strangers to
Cranbrook
Wohi ot 'he Cross Keys Hold
on llio niiilii street you will rind
a nice clean restaurant. Look
for tlie slg'i above lbe iloor
Club Cafe
This cafe is ouen day anil nlelit.
There are many features about
this cafe which mako It homo-
like, but why mention ono without all?
Jl'ST   DUOI'   IN.   THY   QUE
COFFEE,   PASTRY
AND FRUIT
AND JUDfJE FOU  YOURSELF
Ntlle for yourself the general
atmosphere of the place.    We
aro prepared to please the most
fastidious,
CRANBROOK CLEANERS
ANDJJYERS
!very Garment sent to us to be
Cleaned or Dyed Is given
Our Utmost Care.
Our knowledge of the business
Is your assurance of satisfaction
here.   Phone, and we will call,
or bring us your work.
Ws Clean and Dye Everything.
PIIONE   157
JOHN QARD
PAINTER &
PAPERHAN0BR
Full Line of Wall Paper
In Stock.
Store, Hanson Avenue
Phone 409 at all hour*
CKANBKOOJ.    .    .    .    ii.c.
Thin advertiacment ia not piililiohod or displayed by the LUHinr
('ontml llouril ur by tlie.tlovi'iiiiiuiit ul' lii'ituli Columbia.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
CRANBROOK TRAIN TIMES
NO 87 DAILY—To Nelson, Vancouver,
Spokane etc. Arrive 12.10 p.m. leave
12.20 p.m.
NO. 68 DAILV-To Ferale, Lethbrlifce,
Medicine Hat, Galdnry, eic Arrlre
4.10 p.m.; leave 4.20 p.m.
Cranbrook, Wycliffe, Kimberley  Ser.
vlcei
No. 88»—Leave 7.06 a.m. No. 814—Arrive 2.10 p.m.
Cranbrook, Lake Windermere an<
Golden Servloe
Monday and Thursday, each week
—NO. 881, leave t a.m.     Wednesday
and Saturday—NO. 882 arrive 8.30 pm.
For further particulars apply to any
ticket agent
J. B. PROCTOR,
Dtatrlot Paaaeaier Agent, CMiaar. Friday, Decembor 7th, llliil
THE  CRANBROOK  11KKAL9
page srrit
KIMBERLEY an
INTERESTING ITEMS CONCERNING  HAPPENINGS IN  A Nil AUDIT THE BUSY TOWN    ON THE NORTH BRANCH,  WHERE  'IIX1XH, LUMBERING AM) FARMING INTERESTS ARE SUPREME.
I'll   meet   you
Crnnbrook.
ut   the   Club Cure,
astf
Robert McQueen left for hts borne
in Wetasklwlu, AJta,, on Monday.
I       KIMBERLEY       I
I     NEWS NOTES     fj
***M******444**4»M'***4$***'H -
ll. i rerar ot McDouenU Heights line
Mrs.    A. A.    Ward entertained at installed a radio sol in his homo mul
bridge, WedneBiuiy^evenlng. i,,,,- been in touch wllli Loa AnneleH.
| Portland, Calgary, and many oilier
. lioiniH. On Monday evening Mr. Cre-
ar liatoned in nn porllund uml heard
it Ih not loo oarly lo order your!the oyorattu given by lhe Pranklln
personal ChrUlmaB Qreottug Carda High Scliool,
for mailing io distant points! Boo Iho
tsuniiilt's or (ln> moderately prlood and
uxeluslve. desiKnu ut tin- Cniiilinioh
Horulil. tt'
Mrs. Dixon sDenl Monday lu Cran-|
broolc.
,    Private Personal Christina.) Drool-
i in£ Cords lu exclusive doBlgusi inui
• modoralely priced, ut tin- olllce of lhe
JGranbrook Meraid, tl
W. A. ISIlotson Jr., spenl the
ond in Crnnbrook-
Ur. Lomo Rtco roturnou mti
in i>u Sunday,
Charge of the hIwiiIuk rink on the
townslto I inn beon tnkon over hy the
Kimberley Amateur Athletic Association.
Club Cafe, Cranbrook, commodious,I    BOUN   To    Mr.
Clean, comfortable, lot! Dlmor or Kimberley
— 3rd,» daugbtor,
Miss Dlebqll or tbe Mission was a|
visitor on Sunday.
Mrs
Ceorgi
^HmUfiUZA
A N ITA
STEWART
,A Cosmopolitan
k Production   .
r^tUo^^Qfietriofeiaan,
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WYCLIFFE NOTES '.
io dance ut  the clubhouse *••
■  night, was unfortunately
cloudy night;  atmospheric
together  with    the    fact
;ii   Thanksgiving  concerts j _
bro.. ti isted, somewhat up*|T
$
I
SAI.i: HV KHIItKltLKY
LADIES'
All*
NOVEMBKK REPORT
MIK   KlMJtlKI I V
PUBLIC SCHOOL
Tiie Kimberley Ladles' Aid intend
holding u Sale or Homo Cooking In tiie
Method im Church on Saturday otter-
lecombor 8th, from -i p.m. to
IMVIMitN I.
I'.Tl.tt AUeilti.U,
Dacre, Jimmy Di
Houle,
w .'■  b Lug bi
I sol the dance program which wus ex
| petted. Besl results were obtained
mwi station K.i'.O.. Halo Bros. San
Kmnclseo. Several dances from this
station came In well but soinewhal
late in Ihe evening. The affair was
under the auspices of tin* Women's
Social Club, with the kind co-opera
Lion of Mr. K. L. Staples who instal
p.m.     Tea will also be served during I Hedqulst,   Aiu,
ou Monday, Dee. ,llt! liim' »f,hl' «••<>, *l nominal charge I K-tule, Murray McK.
being made. 40-41
Mr, and Mrs. Barr havo moved Into  ,
their new residence in town.
number of Klmberlo
be Minslrel Show i
woek-end.
people lo- k
i '' ranbroott
List   your   property
Bros.
Marl in
35tf
Messrs. B. S. Shannon, B. Caldwell,
and Don MeKcchnie attended the hoe-
key meeting in Cranbrook cm Tuesday
evening.
Mrs. H, McLeod returned to her
homo on Monday evening.
Anyone considering taking life insurance should consult Martin Bros.,
Cranbrook. They are District Agents
for Canada's largest life company, and
have specialized In that business for
fifteen years. 15tf
(1. F. Chapman, who i* tuw station'
ed al Klko was here Sunday on bus!*
NEW CHRISTMAS JEW*
F.l.ltY STOCK TO III:
SHOWN  IN  KIMBERLEV
,1. ('. Adams Announces Store
Will Open With Stock For
Christmas Itiiyiiiir
A. Johnson
Mens' Fornisher
—a—
HOOTS AM) SHOKS
Suit Cases anil Trunks
OVERALLS
Boots and Shoes Neatly Repaired
The latest addition to the permanent businesses of Kimberley is tbe
new jewelry store, to be opened In a
few days hy Mr J. C, Adams, formerly
of Armstrong. B.C, Mr. Adams wns
iu Kimberley for some time a few
weeks ago. and now announces that
[he has had shipped to Kimberley all
Itbe stock .and fixtures necessary to
open a firsl class store.   A full line of
: watches, clocks, jewelry, cut glass,
china and silverware will be carried,
! and intending purchasers of Christmas gifts in Kimberley are advised it
will bo well worth their while to
await tho opening of the new store.
Sainsbury & Ryan
BUILDERS AND
CONTRACTORS
Estimates C.ivon anil Work
Guaranteed
Tplii>li"iu>« iilll nml CK
1  CRANBROOK     -     ll.C. |
law it • uriBBimnBr" aw ras. t;,:; in ■ r ?
WHITE LUNCH
NOW OPEN
see
MEALS AT ALL HOURS
•   •   •
A 1,A GARTH SERVICE
MRS. V.CALDWELL
KIMBERLEY
LADIES' MISSES AND
CHILDREN'S  WEAR
It will pay you to see our prices
before you buy elsewhere
We Curry a Pull Line of Wools
1 oz. & 2 oz.   AU Shades
FANCY WORK
WATCH FOR OUR
CHRISTMAS GOODS
Mrs. P\ Carlson was hostess at the
lea hour, .Saturday.
Thursday evening Mrs. P. l^ewls
wus surprised by a number of her
friends who just dropped In. A pleasant time was spent with music, etc.
During tlie evening a presentation
was made to Mrs. Lewis who is leaving shortly for Vancouver.
Before deriding on that new building or that repair work*, see Geo. R.
Leask, the Pioneer Builder of Kim
berley and Cranbrook. 18tf
Drummond     was a
MIKE WASYliCK ■ Prop.
E=3E
Hbfn You Think «f Insurance
— Call lip —
BEALE Sl ELWELL
Phone 20      ::      Crnnbrook
Nolr, An*"'" '<" Khnlicrlry Tunnslti'.
A. Mellor
GENERAL   MERCHANT
STAI'I.K & FANCY QROCERIES
t'.KXTs rniNistiixiis
LADIES AND rlll.mtl'.N'S
8H0B8 AND HOSE
- RUBBERS,   GLOVES   ETC.—
- SICK I'ri POR PRICES
Dimor's Cafe
K I M II I' It I i: Y
— Open Day fiiul Night —
Yon nlll Enjoy ynur Minis at
thla fiiie
Onr Service la Prompt *.U* *»
alwayi try to please.
-FRUIT «   SOFT  liRINKS -
l.U.lil  Refreshment*
Kimberley Garage
AND
Qlectrlcal Supplies
I l.KTItir.l,    CONTRACTING
HOUSE WIHttiG A si ITIlis
Agents for Edfion
MAZDA OLOBJ58
Have n Local Man do your work
.1. I. LOONEV,   :;   Prop.
%    Morrison & Burke
5 Dealers in Coal and Wood
>     nt an siut ffORB bom:
5   Toll your wives und tflll your
\ friends
Miss   Frances
Sunday visitor.
The annual meeting of the local
Masonic Lodge was held ou Wednesday evening.
The first annual banquet nnd dance
of Sullivan Lodge, No. 35, I.O.O.F.
will be held to-night, Friday, in Hand-
ley's Hall,
Good eats! Do you want some?
Come to ibe cookery sule In tbe Melh-
idlst church on Saturday afternoon.
On Wednesday morning, mine offi-
■ials bore met a parly of representatives of C.P.R., Railway Commission-
L>rs. Express Tralllc Association. Canadian National Express and Dominion
Express Companies. .Superintendent
Flett of Cranbrook, accompanied, the
visitors, who were shown through tbe
mine und concentrator before continuing their eastern journey.
Am yon coming to the Hockey
Dance In Handley's Hull next Monday. December lUlli? Music hy the
Banff orchestra.    It'll be good]
is,  Albe
11..hi   M
Paul s<
derholm, Lome Summers,
L'roflt'loucy
tirade V:—Alma Houle.
Grade VII:—Louise Fisher.
Grailo VIII:—Anna Tofelt.
FLOYD L.  IRWIN
Division II.
l'i'liVcl Attendance
Albert Bennott, Lily Dlayney. Frank
Davis, BUhfll  Hedqulst, Arthur Johnson, Edward Holt, Ella McKay, Sam
Soderholm, Carl Cavanagh, Iris Carl-
sou, Chrissie Foote,  Leone   Hopkins,
Catherine Mawson, Phyllis Holt, Henry McKay, Robert Watklns.
I'roliclcncy
Grade  III:—Phyllis lloli,
Grade IV:—Chrissie Foote.
Grade VI:—Jimmie Bonner,
ANNA V. STEVENSON, Teacher.
Division III.
Perfect Attt'inlimcu
Norman   Burdett.  Kather.no  Cavanagh, Allan Chomal. Genevieve Dacre.
Louise Dacre, Kenneth Holt. Thelma
Houle. Edna Johnson. Isohel Lepard,
Edward Looney, Mary Luellen, Than,
Mawson, James Thompson, Jean Wat-
k.itis.
I'roflclency
Grade   I.   First   Term:—Marguerite
Meistcr.
Orade   1.   Second Term:—Norman
Burdett.
Grade   II.  First Term:  — Tressa
Eraser.
Grade   II.   Second   Term:   —  Mary
Lluellen.
RUTH FOX. Teacher.
led
! h.'si
the
.inn".   ;
k   the
world.
veiling, lie
ed by the ladles
hi, were greatly
present. When
j're prepared 10
-ateriilK   against
Though it's not  long since Charlie
I Mower discarded his crutches, be re-
roachor.I turned on Thursday last, with tlie In-
I jcred   leg  working  in a  much  more
1 satisfactory manner.
Tin- visit to his old place of residence, which Mr. Ilarv.y Staples was
laklng when furred to undergo au
operation nl St. Eugene hospital, iias
at lasi materialized, tho stay in the
hospital having come to uu end. Ho
Ib now ai tlie homo of Mr. nnd Mrs.
A. Staples.
THE
Otis Staples Lumber Co.,
Limited
Manufacturers all Kinds of Lumber
Pine, Fir, and Larch
SLAB WOOD
SPECIAL ATTENTION LOCAL ORDERS
marl class mill work
Enquiries Promptly Dealt With
MILL OFFICE & YARD
Wycliffe, B.C.
Mr.
A. MacKinnon nr Cranbrook,
iBltor In Wycllffo on Bntui'ilny
nuornoon,
Mr. Roy Myors, representing MyerH
& Roth, Ull., ot Chicago, was III U'y
clIITo Iii the interests of Ids llrm on
Mondny last.
************.
Qerrard, Troul La
Knoh Mill. Rep bl
Lone IM11*' Surpris
ince, Republii
Liberty Group, Z«
ornillao, Uke WI
sg Leg, Slocan Ci
Qullp, Republic, V
llepubllc,  Republc,
locan C, Blocan C
IslnuUnrtl, ^'ilv.'.:,,!
Slh'ersmltb, >;iu,i,i
Trevltt,  Republic,
I Van Rol, Silverton
;****** * *************** *■:■
*
*
****
NELSONBUSINESS COLLEGE
LEAR >    T 0   1: .V R >
luillilriunl Tuition
Commence Any Time
Pay and >iir!n Classes
Complete. Practice I Commercial
Course in Shoriliand, Typewriting) Bookkeeping) Spelling,
Commercial English, Commercial Law, Penmanship, Kapld
Calculation, Piling and & naral
Ofhc- Procedure.
For Particulars:
Apply P.O. Box 14, Nelson, B.C.
Mr. and Mrs. II. Houle returned on
Saturday last form a week's visit In
Pernio
The ro-openlng of the school lias;
been Indelltytely pdslponed, and II!
may be decided nol to re-commen'ce
until alter Lhe Chrlstmaa holidays.
gre
Work on the sit at fug rink is pro-'1
lug favorably  and  prayers  for \
tiie continuation of the cold weather
are IiWiik offered up in seven differ-
enl languages.
Ed in ond son's
Dance Orchestra
OPEN KnR ENGAGEMENT
"The Music With The Pep"
lMlONK 380     -
BOX 522
Doctor: "You see,
city in tlte air affect:
Patient: "Quite true, doc. there are  ,-,
  i    Some one from the adjoining me-
.•en the electrl-1 tropolls asked us the other day just
your system—"Iwbat excitement there wus In our llt-
burg; on thinking it over, we de-
ttmos when cue feels overcharged."    |clde(| ,],.„ WQ UIJR|U lwve rauc|. more,
_ .■^^J——  and likewise less. 'Tie true, we have
Word lias Just come of the locution  no   City   Council,   tlio passe ss I on of
nt  Arras, in the B.C. section of the which  seems  to be a  doubtful  bles^
Peace River country, of "Can" Forrester, former provincial police tiere
and lately of Kitchener. Mrs. Forrester, who lias heen visiting at Kellogg. Idaho, since the end of June,
has now arrived at their now home.
sin^i anyway, and the sensational
hold-ups wliich afford amusement for
tho citizens of New Vork and other
small towns, are lacking here,—but—
we think, of Shelby, Montana "where
you can hear the sun set." and things
Tlie death occurred in Vancouver on
Tuesday of last week of Harold Richardson, cousin of Frank Richardson
nf Athalmer. Deceased was found in
a dazed condition on the street, and
taken to a doctor, who prescribed for 1 allli j.,
him.     Me wns then taken to his room countr
aud   ihe  prescription    filled.     after' "' «-..^-—.* j    ,,.^  minstrel   show,  presented  by
which he said he would be alright La-     There    is    considerable uneasiness  the Crauhrook Rotary Club last week.
ter   be   apparently   fell   over   against < among those interested in ihe whole-  attracted  many  Wycliffe folk, all of
whom, apparently, thoroughly onjoy-
ery    much taken
-Creston Review.
with  the do
, so hopeless after all.
the foot of the bed. his braces catch-! sale liquor houses iu B.C., over the
Ittg over the post and holding him in: conference now beinK held between
near    the   representative
a  position  wiih  bis  head
floor      Blood rushing   to   his
of  the  U.S.  govern-
head i ment  and Canada on Uie question of
was doubtless the cause of death, Tlie
funeral was held on Tuesday, the pall
bearers being Colin Campbell. Alex
Maihiescn. P. Towusend and H. G.
Parson. — Golden Star.
the exportation of liquor to tlie United
States. Any interference on the part
of the Canadian Customs would doubtless put these bouses out of business.
—Ferule Free Press.k
ANNOUNCEMENT
A liit'se shipment of Store Fixtures are now
on the way for THE KIMBERLEY JEWELRY
STORE, and also a fine Big Slock of
WATCHES. CLOCKS, JEWELRY, DIAMONDS,
CUT GLASS. CHINA and SILVERWARE.
These goods will arrive in a few days. It will
pay anyone to wait before buying, and inspect
tin' new Stock, of Jewelry al Ihe new
Kimberley Jewelry Store
Tho Store will ho open in good time, for any Christmas
Shopping
ed tho production,
A flue specimen of timber wolf fell
to the trusty rifle of Bob Trew last
Sunday; we believe ihis to be the first
wolf that has been taken in the district   for several years.
SHIPMENTS OF ORE TO
TIIE TRAIL SMELTER
Following Is a statement of ore received at the Trail Smelter during the
period November -2 to :so Inclusive
Name of Mine and Locality. Tons
Alamo Mill, Alamo. B.C. (lead)  ..  54
(zinc)  .. 42
CUNARD
ANCHOR ANCHOR-DONALDSON
Special Christmas
Sailings To The
Old Country
TheSS.Laconia
From Veu Vork to   Queenstown \ Liverpool
Sailing December 13th, From Halifax December Uth
Full in
G22   Itn
atlon from Agents or Company's Offices
rs   St.   vt'.,   Vancouver,   Phone   Sey.   8643
Bruce Robinson
Teacher of Mislc
Studio: Baker St., Cranbrook
Pl.otia IM
RQBIitSON'S OHGHESTRA-DANGES ARRANGED FOR
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada Limited
OITICE8, BIIKLTWO AMD REFINING) DRPARTHENT
TB1IL,   BBITISH    COLUMBIA
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
Parelu.it.ri of Gold, SHur, Copper, Lead & Zinc Orel
Prodaeer* of Gold, SUrer, Copper, Pig Lead and Zinc
"TADANAC" BRAND
WWVYWbWaWaVaWa*
THE ARROW STAGE 1INE   j
19 NOW BUNNISO DAILY BETWEEN *j
Cranbrook and Fernie
Routet—Fort Steele, Hull River, Wardner and Elko.
Leaving Cranbrook: Leaving Fernie:
Cranbrook Hotelt 8 a.m. King Edward .loteli 3 p.m.
Prices to Fernie $5.00 and to other points according to
distance
WILIi HANDLE EXPRESS AND LIGHT FREIGHT
For Cranbrook, Phone Kootenay Garage 147
For Fernie, Phone Fernie Garage, 158
Anybody Wishing to Go Flaking or for a Picnic
Arrangement* Will Gladly Be Mude
MVVV.VVV.'.VVV.V.V.W.VIaVa*
WELL, WELL!
Bur umv po
NOU WANT TO /
KNOW   THAT, ,
MB. MACK.?
VOU SEE, «R4. HALL, it
| 1*3 INTe«E«riN6 TO KNOW
AT   WHAT   A6E    A
^ WOMAN   l«     MOST
FASCINATING
WELL    OLL
PlP THAT
LOOklN    V00N6
PEL. LOW
LEAVE?
CjCAtt^HSS    NOT
FUNNY   LOOKIN'^ HE'<
i CHASMIN6. I HAVE
VJLKJT ASKtP Hl*\ TO
•stao, roe •.uepta.!
.futile. PAGK. KIGI1T
Till?   CRANIIROOK   HERALD
Friday, Derrnibcr 7lh, 11)23
SPECIAL THIS WEEK
VT
The GIFT SHOP
Sterling Silver Toilet.
Comprisi ig Comt), Mirror and Cai ■
Rogers Silver Plate
Four Piece Tea Service
$27.80
A. EARLELEIGH
-3
PHONE 393 PHONE 393
SANTA CLAUS
haB taken full i>o session of our Store ai
brought ' Ithi li i n wonderful dli|il ty ";
Trains, Street Gars,
Wild Animals, Battleships
and llundn Toys,, Too Numerous to M
oil. BOVI    .11 SI COME ANO SEE!
. ! i.     DISPLAY   OP
Dolls, Teddy Boars, tinmes, Books, Howling A tl. j .
Croquet, Plufi Pong, nml the Wonderful nnd In -
rlnntlng Chinese Gi  Mull Jonng, very popular.
Ami Hundreds uf Other Games.
Wonderful Values in China
Genuine Crov. :i  !;; . :;v flips and Saucers ,m <T; ;
Genuine Nortalti   lups and Saucers at 1,50 t0 3    ■
Genuine Ellti Lli ogi   Cups & Saucers from 1,51
Genuine Grosvenor Cups nnd Saucers 1.35
Genuine Aynslsy Cups and Saucers, latest styles.. ]
All Kinds of Hand Painted Chlnn nt Very f.oiv '
EVERYBODY   IS WELCOME TO TOMB  IN   IND      '<■"■ "
COMPLETE! STOCK.
This Btoro will i o Dpi i   fori [lay and every oveulng ill! i
mas Eve.    Di i  rly.    We will be pious
ortlolo n»i,ii UU Ohrl In itnll Orders promptly llllotl.
Moffatt's Variety Store
:en nf the O.W.V.A.
Id ii; io .lance will
: iv ■ Hall   Kim-
Eve, December
niece orchestra.
11.1,0 per couple.
i the dnor before lhe
;-   |q i  Riw sll have
. in u mi ■■ lock.
.   :  ,   ,i   n imber ot
■■■■ !   with   the
e p. Burna t'i>.
<.   |n     aj to lake
ii    of tlte locul
mv recently held
DON DOOR?"
r 14th,
n
ins any In formation
[the Herald hml
11    result* of
i ■ \ Country on
:   t   Cdoper'a   radio
broadcasted
:'     til
. mi Ives 110, Lo-
Independents a
i        Con lorvntivoa
nd   Ic '   :■'.   Hi"
12  and  gained  "0, and
. . rtd loel !'.
rly   to order Personal
Exclusive    styles.
Single and Folder
irom $1.76 per dozen
The Herald Offlce if
oi the Court or Revision to
i i re' list are lo he
the city hnll on Monday stan-
■ rdlng to tlie of-
.'■ . till'      RiK-
i ■ ti-' cttj eh rk   tn   this to-
[ the Horald.
and pupils   ol   tiie
[ v ni  be al  home on
D     ■ tber Uth, In the after-
Do<   tiuer 20th, tlio
. hnol  will  hold tholr
■  iii«> teacher by
real    In   tholr
ivnrh to limped tho school nnd BOO tot
your "if fii" progress that Ih lieing
mndo.
The Baptlsl Women's Mission Circle
will meet in the basemeni of the
luiri'ii on Tuesday, i>' ■■ nbi r 11. nt
il p.m. HoatoBi es, Mo lat - Huffman
ind Hayden.
Hemstltchlllff.— Mrs.   Surtees,   flar-
Icn Avenue. "tr
An engagement of live nl ,hts al tbe
Vudlfbrlum is announced by tbo
Maude Henderson company, presenting a high class play, with a change
■ f program for every night. They will
pen her-' nn December 24th, nnd
will play mi Wednesday. Thursday,
Priday nnd Saturday of that, week.
They mny ulso decide to piny on,
Christmas night ut Kimberley, im »ng
the plays to be presonted will be
"Putting it Over," which will he tbe
opening bill. "Kick In" and "Kindling." Mr, li. K. Moser. tbo ndvonce
agent for the company wob in the city
'his week nnd made tin' arrangements
far Iho engagement
L. A. Parent (fight)( merchant of St. Leonard, broke the New Bruns-
wick record when he shot a deer neur his camp at Schofield Siding,
Carleton County, weighing 275 pounds. After being cleaned it weighed
225 pounds. The deer measured ti feet, with a very fine head, but smalt
antlers,
WANT ADS.
8TAH HKllVMI   II'ID  HTOBK
The last dance ot the Banff Orches-1   J. D. McBride, well known pioneer; '■*»»• •'•
a n as enjoyed by all.   Hear them bnalness man ot the city has been In     We pay tht ben price, join, (or .11
again oa tbo TtU ot December.    40-42 I Cranbrook thla week on ono ol his'Unas   M   faroltnr..     Wo buy any-
' periodical business visits.
G.W.V.A
XMAS
TREE I
children of ex-service
men lire requested to send
In llioir names to the Secretary of Cranbrook G.W.
V.A. not later than Dec.
ifith, in order that provision may be made for the
purchase of gifts.
Parents
Take Notice |
Special
Meeting
G.W.V.A.
There will bo n Special Meeting
of Crnnbrook u.W.v.A. on
suiilIMV,   IIECKM1IBH   sn,
nt H p.m.
BUSINESS:—
Tn make arrangements  fnr
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING.
"TUB BATH BOOM DOOK7"
Auditorium, December 14th.
iiiiiiiiiigiiiiiiniiniiiiiiiinioiniiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiniiiii
| Brick far Sale j
I Why i'n; (rom *''.'>.im to VOM
| per M far Brick,
| when you can gel Just an good
§ manufactured In your own city j
| rmin $I'.MMI to tli.no i„r M nt
I tho kiln?    No matter what your
| requirement l». whittle* tor yen-
| cer. snllil wall,   tire place   or
| chimney ■— wo can supply you.
1    COLUMBIA llllll'K CO.,
B
| lln\ ~,i:i        Mi'rs.    t'rniilirnok.
toiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiuiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniil
Music in your Home for Xmas
JnHK
LET YOUR CHOICE BE A
HEINTZMAN
PRICES   AND   TERMS  TO   SUIT   PURCHASER
WRITE FOR PARTICULARS OR CALL
r.ll linker Street        -      -       -       Nelson, B.C.
tblsg from a uiou.e tr *, to an tut/.
mobile.
V  W. Kllby. Auctioneer and Valuer
QOOn  BOOM  AND  BOARD.       l!nt|-
ulre ul Herald Okice. 40-41
WANTED. — Young lady to undertake
ploasunt ami lucrative work among
friends, tinnii remuneration nml
opportunity io earn money for
Christmas. Particulars nt Herald
Ollleo. Mtf
POR BUNT tilt SAI.K: Comfortable
nml convenient four roomed bungalow.   Cheap for (illicit Bale. I'linne
292. ii
LOST. — Hoi ween Beatlla-Noblo's
store mul tho Cranbrook rTotol, on
Tuesday, Decomher 4th. brown laa-
ther note caso, containing money,
Finder ploaso return to above more.
Reward. 41
TO LET. — Largo from room, sult-
able Tor two, lu private home. Bent
reasonable    Apply Mux s, Herald
Olllce. 41.42
TO-LET — Housekeeping Booms, apply 209 Dewar Avenue. 35tf
FOR SALE. — 12 roomed house. For
particulars apply Mrs. A. Crawford,
204 Garden Avenue. ,'imr
FOR SALE — Seven roomed house,
garage, fully modern and In flrst-
class condition, at very reasonable
figure. Apply Horald. 31tf
FOR SALE—Cider Cooler, Bar Counter, Ribbon Case and Cash Register. Cheap for cash. Charles
Morruna, Kimberley, B.C.        Hit

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