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WMWNCIAI, UBJURr
CRAiNBROOK HERALD
VOLUME   K
CRANBROOK, B.C., FRI HAV. NOVEMBER 80th, 1828
N U SI II I- It   ' )
STAR
THEATRE
LEWIS B. MAYER PRESENTS A ROMANCE OF THRILLING MYSTERY',
fit
STRANGERS of the NIGHT" (Captain Applejack)
AM, THE FASCINATION OF THK STAGE PLAY, AMPLIFIER IN THE MOST BRILLIANTLY SPECTACULAR PHOTOPLAY (11 THE DAY.
With MATT MOORE, ENID BENNETT. BARBARA Ui.1l.Wtll. ROBERT McKI.M.
COMING WLORIA SWANSON In "BLlKltEAKH'S E1CI1TH IVI1IV I II1DAY and SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11 - 15.     A Paramount Special
Fri. C& Sat
Dec. 7-8
Rink By-Law Does
Not Find Favor
By DorlNhtt Majority, Proposal
To Hiiiid Addition to Areua
Kink is Defeated
Hy ii vote of i!03 to 71 the rateimyora
ot Cranbrook turned down (hu pro-
]iohu(1 by-law Tor tho expenditure of
JiiiMHi for at) addition to the pioaei.t
Arena rluk. There wore two spoiled
hallotB. To have been successful there
should have at least It;,, votes in favor,
At tho last moment thero was a break
in tho ranks of tlui.se supposed to be
In fuvor of the by-law, it being felt
that the project would be prodjudieial
to the best interests of the Recreation
' Club who have already expended a
certain amount of money for a rink.
They consider thut if the old rluk is
used for skating and hockey, the Club
premises might be made uso of for
curling. Many other ratepayers considered that the passing of the by-law
meant just a gift to the curlers of six
thousand dollars.
FURTHER SUM RAISED
IN DISTRICT FOB JAPANESE  RELIEF  FIND
Over $21)0   Forwarded As Contribution   From   Smaller
Communities
HOCKEY MEETING ON
MONDAY; DISCUSSION
FOR COMING SEASON
The Cranbrook Hockey Club will
hold its organization meeting Monday
night next, at eight o'clock, at the Y.
M. C. .A., to discuss tbe program for
the coming season. A full attendance is requested, and an invitallm
is extended to all Interested. As the
district league meets en Tuesday, December 4th, it is necessary to decide
many Important matters. Please he
there.
Through the Qovernment Agent, Fi
A. Small- there wax forwarded to Victoria on Wednesday* a further sum of
$i!t).!..ir>, representing the contributions
from tlie smaller places lu the Cranbrook district to the Japanese Relief
Fund. This is lu addition to (he amount collet-ted in tho city by the Rotarians and tbo Women's Institute, aaQ
forwarded through the olllce of the
city clerk.
The matter of tho smaller communities contributing to the fund was taken up by Mr. Small with the Rotary
Club, and that body Interested them
selves in the movement, writing letters to responsible persons in these
places through whom it was hoped
wuch sums might be raised. The response was very gratifying, some of
tho places doing exceedingly well, and
thanks are expressed to those who
sisted in tho collections.
The amounts from the different
places were as follows:
Moyie, collected through
Cameron $40.00.
Port Steele, collected through Mrs.
E. H. L. Attree, $20.50.
Sullivan Mill, $60.50.
Yahk, Camps 15 and 17, $2fi.75.
Yahk, Camps 16 and 18, $14.00.
Bull River Mill, through L. Murdoch,  $14.00.
Kimberley Town, through Mr, Shannon, $16.60.
Lumberton, $10.00.
Rebekahs Welcome
Grand President!
+
*
RECREATION
CLUB NOTES
Mrs.  G.  E.  Motion  WcIcmiiumI
On Official Visit to Maple
Lent' Lodge
Mrs
A.
CRANBROOK TO HAVE
FINE ENTERTAINMENT
XMAS AND NEW YEARS
Star Theatre Arranges for Exceptionally timid Programs
on Holiday Dates
The management of the Star Theatre have Just signed a contract with
the Paramount Pictures Corporation,
for two of their biggest productions, to
play here on Christmas Day aud New
Years Day.
On Christmas Day the offering will
be "H1b Chlddren's Children," featuring Bebe Daniels, Oeorge Fawcett,
Hale Hamilton and twelve others. The
story ls taken from the famous novel
by Arthur Train.
For New Years, "Haggles of Red
dap," will be the feature, Thts certainly is a fine subject, for tlie New
Years, full of clean comedy, with a
caste of big stars. The story is taken from the novel of the same name,
and enjoyed one of the longest runs
as a stage play.
The Star Theatre management ore
to bo complimented on their untiring
L. J. Whltter, C. P. R. engineer of
this city, is reported to be making a
good recovery from n serious operation Which he underwent at Ihe hospital on Wednesday morning.
One of tho finest radio receiving sets
anywhere in the country is located at
Wycliffe, where Mr. Elmore Staples
has equipped a Northern Electric set
with all the -latest attachments, such
as loud speakers and amplifiers. On
several occasions dunces have heen
held, the music being supplied either
from Calgary or San Francisco. Wednesday evenings have been made Interesting, listening in on tho conversations between Chicago and the McMillan party frozen lu In the Arctic. This
week a number of McMillan's friends
were to gather in Chicago to speak to
him. Listeners can gel hut one side of J
tho conversation as the messages from]
be north aro In code. With tlte Es-i
ktmo coming out lo McMillan's ship
to see the moving pictures and listen
to orchestras from New York or Chicago ll looks as though it will be nee-
ssary to go much farther afield than
the poles for romance.
Qeneral manager Charles Murphy,
Members of Maple ixjaf Rebekah
Lodge No, 19 gathered In force last
Tuesday evening to welcome the
Grand President of the Order in Brit
ish Columbia, Mrs. O. L, Motion, of
Nelson, who is louring the province
in her oillcial capacity.
Noble Grand, Mrs. W, W. Wolfer,
welcomed the Orand President on behalf of the lodge in a 1'ew well chosen
words, after which the regular business of the lodge was carried through
with dispatch.
Following the business session
tho degree team exemplified the work
In connection with initiation and this
was carried through in a particularly efficient manner, reflecting great
credit and eliciting unstinted praise.
The degree work completed, the
Grand President was called upon to
address the gathering aud It is safe
to say that not in a long while have
the Rebekahs been favored with so
able an address as was delivered on
this occasion, covering as it did, so
wide range of mutters cf interest
to the members of this branch of
the Oddfellows fraternity.
After the address. District Deputy
President Mrs. J. McCallum, thanked
the Grand President on behalf of the
local Lodge for the enlightenment received on so many points and as a
token of appreciation and remembrance made a presentation of a pair
of sliver candlesticks.
In accepting tho gift the Grand
President thanked the lodge for its
kindness and attention during her
stay and assured them of her warmest
regard.
Officers and members of Key City
Lodge No. 42 were present on Invitation aud on being called upon, Noble
Grand R. L. IJurtch expresseU the
pleasure of the visitors at being present and addressed a few words of
welcome to tho visiting Grand Officer,
After the close of tho lodge meeting proper a social hour wns spent
during which the customary refreshments were in evidence under the
management of on energetic commit-'
tee. During tills part of the function
Miss Grace Higglns favored the company with a very pleasing solo.
On Wednesday afternoon from 2 to
4 a reception was held in honor of
the Grand President at the home of
Mrs. \V. s. Johnson which was attended by many of the local Rebekahs.
I
j Memberships) For Clergy
At u board meeting held on Monday
J night at the Club, attended, as usual,
by the Bunie few. a resolution was passed giving au individual membership
to the clergymen of Cralnbrook, We
invite their inspeciion nud coepera-
lion.    The Club must
| The Week in lhe
Legislature
PJJBLIC IS URGED HY
j     l'OST OFFICE TO MAH.
PACKAGES EARLY
Peeling
Mens
That Be-Dlstribution
Will Have Stormy
Passage
Last Steamer to Connect With
Britain for Christmas Sails
on December 71la
Halt u Hundred Members Added
The membership drive, supposedly
conducted by the entire board, but In
reality hy the same few loyalists, li
officially ended, with about half :
hundred new names on the member
ship list. This will tide us over un
til the now council comes in, when the
city will'have to gel behind us or we
unit of necessity. However, unofficially, the drive is not over, and anyone overlookod, or who might change
their minds, can still join up and give
us a hand.
Ladies* Badminton Starting
On December 7th, Friday afternoon,
from 3 to G, the Ladies Class in Badminton will unofficially get underway.
Tea will be served, and those wishing
it may also enjoy a swim. Everyone
turn out, no matter if you are au expert or have never seen a raquet and
shuttle before. Great game for the
winter and for reducing.
lm'ormul Dance tor Member**
On Saturday night, December 15th,
from O.IIO till 12, an Informal dance
will be held at the cluli for members
only. Two bits will be asked to help
cover refreshments and music. "Will
you, won't you, will you, won't, you"—
won't you Join tne dance.
Business Men's (hiss
Tlie Business Men's Class is gain
Ing sjieeii. Come at the next class
and report to Mr. Suiter. Get your
teams picked out. Volley ball, Bad
mintou or.DastnbaU.
BusitU'KK tiJrls* Class
The Business Girls' Class starts on
December 1st. Give your name in to
Mr. Salter. Start the hall rolling and
just see what fun you'll have!
efforts iu bringing to Cranbrook the whoBe  offlclaJ   visil   ,0  C-ranbrook  is
very hest of screen entertainment, and
It is hoped tholr enterprise will meet
with the patronage it deserves.
 .■»■*»■
Mrs. Clapp, of Kuphrata, who tor
some months has been visiting her
mm. Mr, Lester Clapp, of (his city
turned on Sunday to her home,
also noted in another column, spent
Tuesday evening with Supt- l*Vtt.
"Tom" bad n rehearsal on with the
Rotarians. so. as the general manager
could not wall over for the llrst performance of the big minstrel show, he
was permitted to view tho rehearsal.
According td the general manager,
tho grain is being moved from the
Knox church manse was the scene prairie al a record pace; never have
of ti very pleasant social affair on better harvesting conditions Iieen ex-
Friday last when tho Indies of the con- porlenced, thore having been absolute-
gregatlOO met to do honor to Mrs. It. ly no Interruptions to the steady hum
Kye, a very valued member of theiof the thresher. Train load after
congregation, who is contemplating train load of grain is being transfer-
leaving Cranbrook for Vernon, where ! red to the elevators. Whllo here Tuos-
Mr. Bye is now located, in present-(day evening he received the dally re-
lug t.i their departing co-worker a port from the prairie thai 1400 curs
handsome pierced silver and glass bad been loaded that day; Ii00 cars
flower holder. Rev. K. W. McKay ex- j were wnltlng for boats and elevnlor
pressed his sincere regrets at the [at Vancouver, The domestic coal sit-
roulempluted loss of such a faithful' nation is being looked nfter as well,
and efficient worker. Mrs. Bye. in [While the company coal pile Is being
response, thanked tho ladles for the, reduced, enough cars have been made
token as well as for the expression available for oilier coal use. The mild
itself of tholr appreciation Of hor ef-j weather has helped materially In this
forts, both of which would be cherish-] situation, Ho lefl in his car "Ruperts-
I'd. land'' on No. U7.
TELEGRAM j
Parry Sound, Arctic Ocean, *
November 27, 1923        {
1 The Fink Mercantile Co., Ltd. j
Cranbrook, B.C.
1 know you are anxloua to receive some word from
' me about my annual trip to your store and a short I
f visit with the good boys and girls of Cranbrook. Please /
tell them all that 1 will be there sure on Tuesday evening
December the eighteenth at eight o'clock, and I want'
i all the boys and girls that can walk to come to your.
\ store and meet me.   Be sure and tell them to come to
your store about December tenth to get cards to write'
i their age and name on and give to me. I
) * SANTA CLAUS -
Coming Events
Tho events noied below are those
for which paid advertising appears In
this issue, or for which printing work
hns been done in tnls office.
Thurs. Frl. & Sat. Nov. 1:9, 30, and
Dec. 1.—Rotary Club Minstrels in
the Auditorium.
Frl, & Sat., Nov. 30 & Dec. 1: "Peg O'
My Heart," featuring Lauretta Taj
lor, at tho Star.
Mon. & Tues. Dec. 3 & 4: —■
Steadfast  Heart" at the Star.
'The
Wednesday, December 5: Parish Hall
Whist Drive and Dance.
Wed. and Thurs., Dec, 5 & fi: Hope
Hampton at the Star, In "Lawful
Larceny*"
Friday, Dec. 7:—Sullivan Lodge I.O.
O.F, First Annual Banquet and
dunce at Kimberley.
Fri. & Sat., Dec, 7 and 8: "Strangers
of the Night," special feature picture at, the Star.
Friday, Dec. 7:—Banff Orchestra at
the Auditorium.
Saturday, Dec. 8: Sale of Home Cooking hy Kimberley Ladies' Aid, at th
Kimberley Methodist  Church.
Saturday, December 8: Knox Church
Ladies' Aid annual salo of work and
bazaar.
Friday, December 14: Musical Society
Concert In the Auditorium.
Tuesday, Dec. 25th.—Christmas Night
Danes at the Auditorium.
Thursday, Feb. 14, 1924: — Qlrls of
Christ Church, Valentine Tea and
Dance.   Pariah Halt
Waiting for the Ire
We arc getting the rink in readiness
and as soon us the old weatherman
will have a heart and give us a little
old-time weather, the click of the skates will be heard at the C. R. C. rink,
There will be fees for everyone (has
to be) but our members of course will
have a plus handicap.
Who said Cranbrook was not going
to have a hockey team tills winter
Rot! Of course we are — and watch
our slop too.
More ol Thin Luter.
We've a proposition to make to the
Rotary Club next week — wish us
luck!
ITY TRANSFER HAS
TEMPORARY CONTRACT
FOR K. C. MAIL ROUTE
(Special to the Herald)
Victoria,—A calm before the siorm.
.Such is Mm prediction made hy members on both sides of the Legislature
who remoin over at the capital during
the week-end. Four weeks have passed and with the exception of lhe
debate on lhe speech from ihe throne
and the Introduction of the proposed
redistribution bill, there has been nothing to enthuse an> person who I**
ready to either gel iu or witness a
scrap of any magnitude at Victoria.
Clutching for stray straws which
may enable the administration to tail
ehesly emrtigh to go to the country or
oven take u chance with the vacart
seat in Vancouver, caused by the res-
Ignallon of M. A, Macdonald, defeated
Liberal candidate iu the last federn
elections, llio Oliver regime have lit-
i lo to bo thankful for during the pan!
month tho house has been lu session,
The gross debt of the province has
ucrottsed from $23,153,148 in November 191(1 to 171,438,261 in November
1823, an Increase of $48,000,000 tn
rough figures. At the present time
the government owes the Bank of
Commerce $4,265,000 which becomes
duo ou January 2, 1034, ami according
to the Liberal party press it still has
power to borrow under various loan
acts, $0,540,600, It is dollars to
ddughuttts that before tho present session is ended, Hon. John Hart, minister of finance, will seek power to
have this borrowing figure increased.
Au Increase of $-!S.O0O,uu0 in tlie gross
debt since ihe Brewster-Oliver government look control, does uoi make
tho host of reading for Liberal members of the house and their supporters but the llgures are down in black
and white and were pried out of Hon.
John Hurt by Mr. Rowser.
"Oeory" McQeer K.C., former member for Richmond, was Well looked
after during his work on the freight
rales case. It wns thought that his
bill amounting to $53,841, of which
the government paid $4S,S4t, was fairly good for a lawyer to drag down
from uny government in presenting
the case, but, last week It was
discovered In the public accounts committee that Mr. McQeer had rendered
additional bill for $39,369 which
(the department has not yet paid.
Hills for $93,000 for one party favorite Is fairly good going for any administration aud rumor has lt tha
this is not all.
The city dwellers arc taking noli
of such happenings and disclosures
but, one may ask, what of tbe country
people who have not the funds to do
much travelling and who read of this
Bquandermanla on ihe pari of the administration?
Just now there is an exodus from
British Columbia of those who have
been   in  government   employ  during
(Continued ou page two)
How   aboi
snta you are g
friends by mail
llu
Nearly
sure to ma
when the p
with mall i
Christmas, i
iu getting s
yours may
ones.
into the mail
marked  il   lif
Ul Christmas
are opened i
it j;
Christmas  presto send  to your
inly? Ho
in tu good time, for
fflcs gets choked up
-■i   few days   before
JubI has lo be delay
ot   the parcels, and
among the unlucky
iped they will be put
toon as possible, and
ary "Don't open un-
Even supposing they
nun. those  first   par-
special flavor, particnlar-
; to pass over a "Don't op-
itmaa" warning to get to
oclal attention should be
hat the packages are well
itand the strain ot the ua-
Speaker for
New Party Heard
Dr. J. IV. Mdntosli of Vancouver Addresses Sleeting for Provincial I'iirt,
Then
Monday evening
when a meeting
the Provlnical Part)
to bo addressed by it
was uot a largo attendance on
evening   at   the K   I'. Hall,
the auspices of
was announced,
J. \V  Mcintosh.
mult'
f Vancouver, formerly tt Lit
or for ihe coast metropolis in the 1
mt-sn-
ly ir nno 1
eu (ill Cl
them.
paid to so-
wrapped l
tural Chr
Tho a tit
to the fa.
mail matter fi
countries befo
mailed as soon
latest to conn
"Montclaro" m
December   7th.
Arrangements hove been made
whereby parcels addressed to northern rclauil and the Irish Free State
may be insured under the same terms
and conditions as apply, to parcels for
Ureal   Britain.
inu of the public Is drawn
that parcels and other
for delivery in European
Core Christmas should be
un ;ls possible, aud at the
meet with the steamer
sailing from St, John on
.nd ve-
jqually
Oliver
; their
s wur-
\ both
IS AN HOTEL AN INN,'
POINT IS RAISED
IN  LOCAL (ASK
Decision bj Judge Thompson
Oil William Steward's Appeal
Favors Lawyer** Point
A decision    given    this    week    h;
Judge Thompson comes in the nature iappoimed b>' tho Pwmle
uu aftermath to the
islature.     Mr. Frank Bond pr
t the meeting.
Dr. Mcintosh Is an earnest i
hemeut speaker, and flayed
the leadership oi both Pretnfa r
and Mr. Bowser, as the heads i
respective panics. Neither ws
thy in be trusted bs the i" opl
having broken faith with the electorate, he charged.
Dr. Mcintosh said the new party was
making splendid headway numerically
and now had 23,000 signed members,
which was being Increased at present
at the rate of 200 per day Meetings
had been held to all pans of (he province, with encouraging results.
He also spoke of some of tbe obstacles the new party had sneoutered in
its mission of tolling the truth to the
people, and staled that following the
forthcoming convention of the party in
Vancouver shortly. :i constructive policy would be announced, satisfying
the criticism now Wing made iliat the
new party had no constructive ideas.
Much of Dr. Mcintosh's address was
based on the charges contained in No,
6 of the Searchlight, the party organ,
which it was claimed had been a
great success, lt dealt largely with
the P. G. E. and the charge-: of wrongdoing in connection with tne construction of the line, and involving both
Premier Oliver and Mr, Bowser. Tlie
party did not consider the committee
go into
Hquor appeal jth* ■***«*• made wa? satisfactory, he-
pases heard some time aw In ihe!cause the committee comprised all in
;as- „i tvttlram :- -v..™ ol i!i-*r,J---;oue J'"1**- **** and Ntendaots
mo poll tan Hotel, there had been twol Mucn ridicule was made of the state-
charges laid against him. one of **?ep.|m*nt maAe hy ,he pre«*ler, thai "no
ing  liquor for sale and tht- other of
Tenders Not .Yet .Opened, But
New Service to Fort Steele
is Being Started
Word has been received by the Postmaster that the City Transfer Co. are
being given a temporary contract to
carry the mails between Cranbrook
and Fort Steele lo connect with the
Kootenay Central trains, under the
new schedule. The malls for the
north will now close about noon on
Mondays and Thursdays, and on the
days when the train in south bound,
Wednesdays aud Saturdays, the mall
will be taken off the train at Port
Steele and brought to Cranbrook. to
arrive here about 1 p.m.
The time for submitting tenders to
Ottawa has not yet expired, hut this
temporary contract has been placed iu
order that the new service may commence- on Saturday next, December
1st.
BOARD DOES NOT
DESIRE PRESENTATIONS
MADE TO TEACHERS
At the last regular meeting of the
School Board the following resolution
was passed: Whereas the practise of
individual scholars or classes making
presentations to teachers nt the close
ot the term or at any other time Ib one
that might tend to cause illfeeling
among the pupils, It Is the desire nf
the board that said practise be discontinued, and that teachers be so
notified to accept nn present other
than flowers from Individual scholars
or classes.
Mrs. McMutrle of Creston paid Cranbrook a visit on Monday,
Mr. A. W. Fletcher. Dominion fruit
Inspector, wm in tht city wn Tuesday.
ODDFELLOWS  ELECT
OFFICERS  FOR  COMING
HALF  YEARLY TERM
At Ibe regular meeting Of Key City
Lodge, 1. O. O. F.. on Monday evening, tho elective officers for the next
half yearly lenn were appointed
They will take office after the customary Installation which takes place
early in January.
The new olllcers are as follows:
N. Q  Bro. It. Leonard
ur
■ li
Uei-. Siv.
... Bn
K. a. Dlngloj
, r
.0
Fin. Sei\
...  Mr
1. W. D. Ullroj
1
.0
Treas. ...
•    •    •
....  Ill
o. F. u. Alorrla
r
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WEDDING
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IIANXAY
— Il.tltlMII
1 From
■ in- i'ii
ilnr Creek Bel
n)
Tlio ma
rriiip'
if Miss Gladys
D
or-
olhy  liar
ail. si<i
'•ml daughter
of
th
othy Ilarrad, second daughter of the
lato Mr. A. nnd Mrs. Hurrad. Fornle,
B.C., and Mr. J. S. Hannay, of Vancouver, wns quietly solemnized in
Christ Church. Pernio, nt "■ p.m., on
Saturday. November lOih. Rev. II W.
Oswald officiating.
Tho bride attired in pink crepe de
chine and bridal veil and wreath, wns
given away by her brother,    After I l.o
ceremony :i dainty supper was partak-
n of at the home of the bride's nuuh-
haylng liquor in his possession in
room In an "Inn", other than a pri-
te guest room. The appeal on tiie
llrst charge was decided some time
ago In Steward's favor but the judge
had reserved his decision in the other
case lu conneciion with a point of law
raised by .steward' lawyer. W. a. Nlsbet, that the Cosmopolitan HoU:l was
not an "Inn" as defined in the Liquor
Act
The Judge hold-
fined in the Act is tl
Ehigtsh  Inn, which
was said to tie   "a
that the "Inn" de
lie Bame a= the old
by common  law
house  in  which
travellers, passengers, wayfarers and
other such like casual gue ts are ao
commodate*.! with victuals and lodgings nnd whatsoever they reasonably
desire for themselves and tholr horses ai a reasonable price while on
their way. ami by reason of the fact
that no meals or victuals of any kind
aro furnished tn guests al the Cosmopolitan, the judge has doclded that
it is not an "Inn" and thai therefore
Its proprietor cannot b>- convicted of
the offence of keeping or having H-
tuor in an "Inn".
This decision. If not appealed by
the government, will no doubt necessitate some amendment to ihe Liquor
Act ns It moans that practically none
of tlio hotels at prejenj operating in
Cranbrook are •■inns" as defined In the
Liquor Act.
man living had accused him of being
dishonest, and Dr. Mcintosh proceeded to drive home eight point? on which
the new party did accuse him of dishonesty.
At the close of the address, Dr. Mcintosh r**ad a resolution which has
been passed at other meetings to back
up the position the party is taking, It
approved the appointment Of a royal
commission to look into the P. G. E.,
as proposed by the party, and authorized ihe forwarding of a copy of the resolution to every member of tbe legislature. No mover or seconder was
forthcoming for the motion, however,
and it was not put to the meeting.
At an after meeting three delegates
were suggested to attend the convention of the party at Vancouver next
week, th«**-«• being Alderman J. H. Cameron. F  Bond and P. MaidmenL
WOMEN'S  INSTITUTE
A full attendance is exported at the
next meeting of the Women's institute to he held on Tuesday, December
4th, at the O. W. V. A. Hall. The election of officers will take place and
members must pay their duett for -he
ensuing year in order to be eligible
to vote.
SCOTS GATHER TO
CELEBRATE   MGHT
OP SAINT ANDREW'S
l..tn<|iHl and Dance Held   Wednesday Evening To Mark
National Anniversary
Wednesday night a gathering of the
tans took place   at   the Auditorium,
when all honor was done to Scotland's
patron saint. St. Andrew.    Fnr months
all the Icelanders and tbe lowlanders
have been preparing for the big day,
Hev. E, W, MacKay   who   was the
halrman of the evening, opened the
eremonies  wiih    the    Scotch  grace.
Then followed the big event of the evening -tbe coming of the haggis.     To
tbe skirl of the bagpipes played by Mr.
Allan Oraham, lhe all-Important dish
was   brought in.     In   his   Inimitable
way. Mr. Jack McDonald gave Burns'
"Address to the Haggis "    All the preliminary ceremonies being concluded,
the supper was begun' — and such a
supper it was!      Haggis,   and    more
haggis, and everything imaginable to
The congregation of the Meihodlstj'tmpt the hungry Scots
luireh bad tbe pleasure of listening!    The program following tho dinner
to two very profitable addresses from I was equally enjoyable, consisting of
Mr.   II.   L.   Porter,   prlncipii '..-...
al   of   the 'he following numbers:
high school, who supplied In the absence of the pastor on Sunday last, lu
he evening Ihe speaker gave a very
able exposition on the "Power of
Prayer" as a positive help al all times,
relating personal instances which confirmed his own mind in his belief.
The Wedesihty evening study classes
Tho bridegroom':i gift lo the bride that are being conducted by Mr. Por-
was a ring sot with peirls and the ter, and which Includes In Its member-
bride's gift to tbe groom was a gold ship teachers from lhe Sunduy schools
watch nnd chain.     The wedding gifts of all the Protestant churches, are he-
Include beautiful artloles   of   table- ing well attended and are proving of
ware In cut glass, silver, linen, Jewel* j great help. The speaker referred to
ry and other articles, lwIiiiI   be considered  was  a  very  en-
Hearty congratulations and best cotirnging and promising sign, that
wishes urn extended to th* happy cou- was, ths largo number uf men sttend-
pts. Ing the church services.
Vocal Duet, Mrs. F. M MacPherson
and   I.  Hannah.  "The Rowan  Tree."
Heading, Mr. C. J. Lewis. "Tarn
O'Shanter"
Bagpipe Selection. Mr. Alan Graham.
Vocal Solo, Mrs. .1. Thompson, 'My
Aln Folk."
Vocal Solo, "Scotland Yet." Mr. \V.
Henderson.
At about ten o'clock the floor waa
cleared, nnd tlie merry dance was on,
contlnufrg till about two a.m.
Frank Provcnznno is sporting a
brand new delivery car, nicely letter-
d "Provatuano'i Grocary," The now
car it a Chevrolet purchased from the
KooUnay garage. rime two
THE  CRANBROOK  HERALD
Friday, November 8OII1, 1II2II
COMMERCIAL HOTEL
YAHK, ll.C.
CLEAN   AMI   (OMIOII'I Will
JAS. AI.Ullvl.IM>, Prop.
HOT  VMI I IHO IVATWI
•Till: STEADFAST
HEART" COMING TO STAR
MONDAY AMI TUESDAY
Tho touttli or Hie greal distinctive
luuluros ot I llu your itlsfributud by
Goldwyii-Cosiiionolltmi, la coining to
tho Stnr Theatre noon, n is ••ti..'
SloadfuBl II..ni" by 1 Inrelit
illusion Kellunil. ivhlch ran Birlnlly
. oilier* W.fhly.
Dnillly,  winsome  Mai'Rllurlto 101
101   is   iihiylim   Hu-   loiullne   teinlnl
rnlo mul il is suhl Hyi Mils is 1	
llu' tt'iiiiiinls nl  her career.    Mlrlo
ll.llllBUl Is Iho girl us ;l ollllll, Assist-
III',   tlio  I'   UVO   is   Jooj    lli'li.'.v   nl
itni.ii'nl yinillB  llglin   hu.i li'ii"!
His
mo Jus uh
nu. anil Hu
lilted  hid 1
Clinaillnn \11ll il Eiirnliigs 1 Orosa
earnlngB uf the Canadlun National
Railways [rom January 1 in November II. 1823, linn; boon (218.887,081.87,
an Incrooae nt (18,580,486.83 us compared wiih earning* lor tho corresponding period of 1922.
Ilinigiiriiiii.s Fur Ciiiiiiiln: Thousands uf good (armors in Un- losl provinces  in'   Hungary  ar iximis   t'i
move in Oanada i" make now homes
tor themBolvos nml Iheir fnmllios,
stall's Ur. Sh'iilii'ii linlii'V. I'linmiis-
sioner-onihaasy I'm1 llio Hungarian
government, who is in western Ci
nilu now looking into prospects.
SYNOPSIS OF
LMDffiMENDiINTS
I    LUMBERTON    5
$ CHIPS l
The Christmas holiday spirit is already in evidence to a small extent.
The grocory department of the B. C.
Spnuc Mills store huB ii counter of
Christmas delicacies on display ami
overy day llnds sometliing new aug-
gostlng that tho holiday season will
soon ho here. Not only In the mores
department is this in evidence, for
Miss Johnson, teacher at the l.um-
hart'011 school, has plans of her own
under way and il is certain that she
will have ,1 program lhat will ho very
entertaining and full of the spirit of
ihe lime of year.
OiltCi'S  il
seen thh
will Mail in hli
ot his curlier promise of uren char
ucieri/.utioti. Besides, then u also
William ll. Mack, whose name is more
than sufllclenl to hoosi any production
on tho stage or screen. Tho Incom-
parahle Mary Alden, ami Hugh Huntley, the young Australian who has
cantnretl the hearts of tho American
people, are also lu Ihis photoplay.
The story Is lhal of a young waif
wlio, terrorized by his wicked mother,
hoots ami kills a sheriff iu Imagined
defense of his home. The boy is tried
for murder and through the efforts of
ii newspaperman nud a young attorney Is acquitted. He wins the enmity
of tho town's most powerful lawyer
through his detent. The hoy is educated far away from Iho little town,
and years later he conies hack when
his friends are taken sick, lie lijihis
his way through the barred doors of
local society, and in a series of breathless episodes finds out who he really
is, and that "blood will always tell."
PRE-EMPTIONS
Vacant, unreaerved, Burvoyoi
Crown lands may tie pre-empted b:
Hritish Hubjeala over I* rears oi age
and by aliens un deelurhm Intcniloi
ii- becume BrltlsJi mibjecta, eondl-
iiuiiul upon residence, occupation
und Improvemenl for ugrlculturu
purposes.
Full Information coiicernlny  regu-1
iation;]   regarding    pre-eiTiptlons    l> |
given in Bulletin No. I. Und Herlu
■•Mow Ui Pre-empt Unit," copies oil
which can Ij>; obuiined fr ( clmrgi I
by addressing ii"1 Dpi. irtment ol ]
Lauds, Victoria, !!.«'., or to miy Oo\ ;
ernment Agent
Kecords will lie granted covering I
only lurid suitable for agrlculluru
purposes, and which Is noi timber*
land. I.e., carrying over MOD boan
reel per acre west of the Consl Bungi
und 8,000 feet per acre ensl ut thai
Range,
Applications for pre-empt inns an
to bo addressed to the Land Commissioner uf the Und Recording in
vision, in which the lund applied for
la situated, and are made on printed
forms, copies of which can be oh
tained from tlio Land Commissioner
Pre-emptions must be occupied foi
five years ami improvements mad*
to value uf $iu iter acre, including
clearing and cultivating at least th-
iLcres, before a Crown Grant can bi
received.
For more detyihti Information see
lhe Bulletin "How to Pre-empi
Land."
PURCHASE
Applications are received for purchase of vacant and unreserved
Crown lands, not being timberland
for agricultural purposes; mlnlmun
price of first-class (arable) land is Ji
per acre, and second-class (grassing)
land (2,60 per acre. Further lufor
mat.on regarding purchase or leas.
at Crown lands is (-hen 111 Bullatll
No. 10, Land Series, "Purchase and
Lease or Crown Lauds."
Mill, factory, or Industrial sites on
limber land, not exceeding 40 acres
may be purchased Dr leased, the conditions Including puyrnenl ol
stumpage,
HOMESITE   LEASES
Unsurveyed areas, not exceeding 2C
acres, may be leased as  homesltes
conditional   upon   a  dwelling   helm;
erected In Iho llrst year, title being
Obtainable afler residence and Improvement conditions arc fulfilled
und land has been surveyed.
LEASES
For grazing and   industrial    purposes areas not exceeding G40 ncrei
may he leased  by  one  person  or «
company,
GRAZING
Under tho Grazing Act the Province In dMdYd Into grazing district!
and thu range administered under ■■>
Grazing Commissioner. Annual
grazing permits are issue,] based or
numbers ranged, priority being given
to established owners, Block-owner*!
may form associations for rangi
management. Free, or partially fruij
permits nre available for settlor*
tampers und travellers, up to it
head,
The meeting of L.O.L. No. 2915 was
hold on Tuesday night of this week.
This was one of the regular bi-monthly •meetings and brought an attendance of all the members, some of
whom come a considerable distance so
as nol to miss any of the gatherings,
One new member was initiated aud
several others were advanced in the
work. KnUiusiiisni has not suffered
even though the closing of the mill
did take some of tho members to other
polnta. The prospects for the winter
season are very bright and au increase
in membership is being looked forward
to. f     J
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Jones entertained
a number of their friends in honor of
Mr. and Mrs. llelison. and Mr. and
Mrtf. Wniersiou.- Five tables of ■whist
wero In play during tho course of the
evening, honors being won by Miss K.
Downey ami Mrs. C. Hunter; Mr. P.
Downey and Mr. A. Waterston winning men's honors. A delicious lunch
was served during the course of the
evening. Mrs. Jones was assisted by
.Mrs. G. Avery.
The hockey rluk which will serve
tho community bus been completed
and Is all ready for the flooding when
the weather Is favorable. The h.e on
lhe pond has been made use nt to a
large extent hy the Lumberton skat
lug enthusiasts and a number of res
.dents of Cranbrook have also availed
themselves of this opportunity to enjoy some real good skaHng,
Mr. <>, N'. Jacobson attended the
meeting of the Hockey Association
ou Tuesday of HiIh week. Another
meeting will be held in the near future at which more definite plans will
• be made.
Mr, (l. C. Robson, our manager, Is
spending the week hi Victoria and
other coast cities on business appertaining lo the II. C. Spruce Mills.
Miss Kennedy, who has heen visiting at the home of Mr. and Mra. G, G
Hunter, has relumed to Cranbrook.
Many of ihe Lumberton people are
pin nuing to attend one of the three
performances of tho notary minstrels,
Mr. Robson hud charge of the sale of
tickets In Lumberton and was sue
cess tul In disposing of a good sized
number.
THK WEEK AT
THE LEGISLATURE
/ >
Order from Any Government Vendor
PALE
BEER
A LIG1W, clear, amber-colored
** beverage, ns refreshing and
appetising as  tlio finest   beer
should be. lis consistent purity l.s assured hy scrupriloii-s
rare   given   to   the   method   of
brewing.
This advertisement is nol,
published or displayed liy
the Liquor Control Board
or by tin* Government of
British Columbia,
(Continued from Page one)
the past few years. Humor has il
that a prominent oillcial of the Northern Construction Company, the concern that built the I*. C. K. railway,
is down in some South American republic. A. P. Proctor, deputy under
Premier Oliver us minister of railways, who appears to huve been a
perfect czar while in ofllce, is nol
available to be questioned.
Succeeding Mr. Proctor came A. B.
Buckworth, tho man whom Premier
Oliver met on a train and who put up
such a plausible story thai he loo was
Installed In offlce, Buckworth resigned some months ago in favor of Thomas Kilpiitrick, an old experienced railroadman In whom tho average person
has confidence iu. Buckworth is understood to be somewhere in Mexico.
G. G, McQeer was wanted by the pub-
lie accounts committee last week but
he was out of town.
Canon Hlnchllffe's annual attempt
to force the government to fill lhe v;i
cancy In Vancouver went by the hoard
last week when his bill wus niven
the six months hoist. W. K. Ksling.
Conservative member for Rossland,
who hns been a thorn in the flesh of
the government In hla P.Q.13. Investigations, met with another rebuff when
the government refused to allow a
construction accountant named Robertson to delv.e into the hooks of tho
railway company on the ground that
Robertson was not a public accountant. Kenneth Duncan, independent
member for Cowiclmii, received similar treatment In his attempt to havo
the government place an embargo on
the export of lops mid unmanufactured lumber from British Columbia to
the American side of (he line. Mr.
Duncan cited statistics to lhe effect
that American capital was buying up
ery available timber berth on ihe
lower mainland and lhe Island and
that, they were merely cutting Hie limber for it to be manufactured in mills
In Washington stale. Hon. T. D. Pat-
tullo, minister of lands, fearful of
treading on the corns of ihe lug Inter-
efts, pointed out lhat a royal conimis
siou ou tlte pulp Industry was now in
session ami proposed thai Ottawa extend the BCdpe of such commission tn
take in all lumber products,
It is lu lhe proposed redistribution
measure lhat lhe chief kick lies. Tlu
bill broughl down iu tiie lionso las
week Is such a gerrymander lhat Mr
Bowser and his associate:; absolutely
refuse lo sit on the select eonuniiie
appointed by the premier to lodk inn
the bill. Pour Liberals. Karris. Pat
Orson, .virgin ami Campbell as against
Harry Neelamls, Independent, nml W
J. Bowser and W. A. McKenzle, Sim-
ilkameen; what chances would tin
opposition have againsl any st emu-
roller methods which are sure to tie
put Into effect? It is Interesting to
note thai the original draft hill, pre
pared by lhe premier during the sum
mer months, during which he hud a
mail prepared showing the proposed
new boundaries, was of such-a nature
aa to arouse opposliion in his own
riding of Victoria. Mr. Oliver desired to eliminate lhe riding of Esqnl-
malt off tho map. a constituency ror.
resented by a member of the Pooley
family for twenty-three years. ICsquf-
malt voters of both parties showed
their resentment to such a move as to
hum an efflgy of Premier Oliver in
pnhlle, while Hon, John Hart saw
his majority wiped out by the Inclusion
of ihe Bsqulmalt vole. The draft was
changed and Ihe copies sent out to
Liberal friends were ordered destroyed. Whisper has It lhal the Opposition are in possession of one of these
orlglnalH and plan to spring It when
tbe bill ia being debated on.
WKAHSWnVNS
WORTH $25,000
IN NEW PICTURE
HOPE HAMPTON shines with
ranscetident splendor in the variety
if beautiful gowns valued at $^5,000
which she wears in Allan Dwai.'s lat-
st Paramount production, "Lawful
.urccny,' which will he shown at the
Star Theatre next Wednesday and
I'hiirsday. She wears ten different
creations ranging from exquisite negligees to bizarre evening gowns.
In lbe character of Marion Dorsey
which Miss Hampton portrays in the
picture, she steps oui of the role of
mother ami faithful housewife for the
temporary part of the scheming vampire, in which her wits are mat-ched
witli those of Vivian Hepburn, the
oiher woman in tlie story, portrayed
by Nitu Xaldi.
Just to give some idea of Miss
Hampton's, gowns, let it bo noted that
one of the sirlking gowns fs made of
peach colored taffeta, Hope Hampton
pencil, the exact duplicate of the gown
she wore at the international silk show
held some time ago at lhe Grand Central Palace In New Vork, with an orchid flounce In front and trimmed
with roses, it lias a modified hoop-
skirl effect,
Another is a silver cloth gown with
an ovevdrape of orchid chiffon, embroidered iu turquoise medallions, ln
contrast to this she wears a black
sut in dress trimmed wiih ermine
tails down lhe side. With this Miss
Hampton wears a short ermine coat
and a while hat with goose leathers.
movement, Sir Henry staled. I
eclipsed all previous records, iho net
earnings of Die company during October showed au increase of over five
millions as compared witli lhe same
im lu Ui of lasl year, ami two of the
besl months of lhe year were yel lo be
entered upon.
OTIOTATN AVTTOTTU
Sir Henry Optimistici— optimism,
isetl ou a splendid October showing
of tlie Canadian National Railways
aud also on the h<mhI prospects for
the balance of the year, was expressed by Sir Henry W. Thorn lota, chairman and president of the hoard of
Hie Canadian National, on his arrival
in   Winnipeg  this  week.    The  grain
(■rain   Via  Vancuiiver: -Beforo the i
if ihe year the port of Vancouver,
will be called upon to hull die is million bushels of grain to the United
Kingdom and the Orient, according to]
I figure;; compiled    by    ihe  Vancouvi
Merchants' Exchange,
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thick ami iikai;tifi;l
85c "Danderlne" Does Wonders |
I'or Lifeless, Neglected Hnir
im this 471
"Well,   I'm   having   a   few
friends in tomorrow, and would
like ynu to send tup some of that
DELICIOUS  CRYSTAL   HAIItY
ICE CREAM."
We Are Nun Serving
Hot Drinks in the Parlor.
Headquarters for
FINEST FRUITS — HOMEMADE CANDY ft CHOCOLATES
Special:
Hand Rolls 60t 111.
PATRICIA
Phone 47
Ameririm nsning entuusiasts aro
very busy in the Niplgon district,
nnd reports received should draw
many more,' Tin; latest to hand tells
of the remarkable catch of Mr. Otto
Hans, of the Ann Arbour Press, Ann
| Arbour, Michigan, who recently
landed the legal dally catch of ten
pounds of brook trout in one hour
and ten minutes, only three fish jro-
ing to make up this total. This U
a new time record for the district.
Mr. Hans, with these three fish, is
shown above.
Mr. Hans also had excellent luck
at Lake of the Woods, where he
landed in two days a catch of :Ti
baas and wall-eyed pike, the former
weighing between ;;*; and 4'i
pounds, tbe latter li lo 8 yuumia
each.
A gleamy mass
of luxuriant hair
full nf gloss, lus
tro anil life shortly follows
v RGuulue tuning up
j of neglected
) scalps with dependable "Danderlne"
lulling hair,
; reeled Immediately,
! Thin, dry, wispy, or fnilliiK hnir is
l quickly Invigorated, taking on new
strength, color ami youthful beauty.
"Danderlne" Is delightful on the hair;
; a refreshing, Htlmulntiug tonic—not
j s.h-ky or greasy!     Any drugstore.
MODEL DAIRY
T. E. AUSTIN Prop.
FRESH J1I1.K ANH CREAM
DELIVERED DAILY
There Is Nn Belter lend Than
Milk
_ I'HONK ISO —
MAIL CONTRACT  j
SEALED TENDERS, addressed to
the Postmaster General, will be received at Ottawa until noon on Friday,
tho Uth duy of December, 1923, for
the conveyance uf His Majesty's Malls,
ou a proposed Contract for four years,
four times per week on the route between Cranbrook, and Fort Steele
Hallway Station, from the Postmaster
General's pleasure.
Printed notices containing further
information us to conditions of proposed Contract may be seen and blank
in ni is of Tender may he obtained at
ibe Post imires of Cranbrook and
F rt Steele. ».(*., and at Ihe olllce of
the Dlsiriet Superintendent of Postal
Service
J. F. MURRAY,
Dlsiriet Superintendent
District Superintendent's Office, i
Vancouver, B.C.
Nov. :ird, 11123 39-40
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For Rheumatism. Lumbago,
Sciatica and Neuritis,
Canada's standard remedy is Templeton's
Rheumatic Capsules.
T.R.C'i slop the pain by
removing from the system the original cause.
Send »s 10c lor » c""fif«uB
sample. Give 90c nnd the
rnupon we enclose wiih each
namplr, lo your druuK'*' ond
he will give you n full aire
$1-00 box of Templelon'i
Hli' iim.itii  Capiulei.
TEMPLETON CO.. TORONTO
TW
(Lbristmas *
IS JUST AROUND THE CORXKH, ARK VOU READY
|bvsmial feetmg Carhs
WILL YOU HAVE YOURS MAILED IN TIME THIS YEAR?
ni: \vi:i,i, advised ami n.Aci: vont iihiieiis eaiii.v
/»l-. BRSONAL GREETING CARDS
■*JpJ n ro Impressive missives of GOOD
tip* CHEER and Intimate friendly
wishes fur the Christmas Season.
They are not (inly an easy and pleasant solution Ui tho sill problem bul
reeeive true sincere appreciation from
friends and relations everywhere.
Tliis year Tlie lleruld has an entirely new stoek of Greeting Cards, very
milch more complete than in past
years.
They are charming creations of
Christmas art. including many produced from steel dies and copper plate.
Tlie greetings are gems of Christmas
and New Year wishes, expressing in a
delightful style thoughts for the Holiday season.
PROMPT DELIVERY. CAN BE HAD
Printed artistically wllh greotlng
and name and address of sender lliese
cards can lie supplied al from if 1.7f, up,
Printed with groollng only these
curds can lie supplied a'l from $1.00 lu
12.50 u dozen.
Sculler sunshine with Personal
Greeting Curds Gils Christmas They
menu so much and COBl so Utile.
We never have been able lo supply
Greeting Cards of this high quality at
so low a price before.
Our stock is large and the selection
the best we've ever handled.
DON'T WAIT.
Write us and we'll call on you with
samples.
ON  LINKS ORDERED I'KOM STOCK
PRICED AS LOW AS *1.,5 PEIl DOZEN
*   Che Cranbrook Gerald *
(IRAMIltOOK, IU'.
PHONE  IS Friday, November SOth, 1»28
THE  CRANBROOK  HERALD
PAGE THREE
A universal custom
thai benefits everybody.
Aids digestion,
cleanses the teeth,
After
Every
Meat
y soothes the throat.
WRIGIEYS
a good thing
to remember
Sealed in
its Purity
Package
peal Happenings
ORGANIZING TO
.uuuaJiAii: ALU,
BBEW£RI£S IK
B.C.
Mr. T, l). Caven who baa bee
Itltig in Calgary for a few dn>
turtieil to tlie city on Tuesday.
Miss Muriel Baxter spent a very
pleasant week-end al Bull River,'
leaving Friday atld rein ruing on
Monday,
Wonderful bargains in Ladies' Winter CoatB and Hnta ut McCreery Bros.
39tf
[Semi your lion
; Store, Cratibro
i tlie Singer
34lf
The Old Maids' Convention has been
postponed till January 15th. Bachelors please lake note. 38t£
Victoria,—British Columbia brew-j
ies huve created a. central beer dis-,
| tributlng agency from which the
government will purchase all beer for
sale in liquor Btore&jylt was annouun-'
ced iit. the attorney-gen era l'a depart-
uieal today, Arialganjatlon of all the
breweries in tha province has Just
■ been   completed,   following   negotia-
Of Interest to Poultry Keepers
Edited by The Brow* Poultry Ranch   Fori Steele, B.C.
Brett Oralngev o;
visiior to tho city
ni thu beginning
lug tbe trip in Ills
in- crmero ".\
for a short
>bn wee'K   i
,'rtsl) ear.
Tinted views
district    mnki
gifts,
tf
nnd nil paintings of tbe
excellent Chrtsttnas
We curry a lull line nf Men's Women's and Children-'*. Rubbers.
W. F. DORAN.
Our low prices win every time.
Order ynur Personal Christmas
Greeting cards now tor mailing in
distant points before tbe lines get low.
Exclusive designs and priced moderately ui the Herald Office, tf
0, VnnBRAAM.
Yes! Wi
COAL
.VWWW.W
llinr Soini' i
Hard lo (Jit.
Owing to the fact that lhe *'
railways nre using all available
cars to move the enormous grain
crop from the Prairies wo aro
finding It a very difficult matter to obtain sufficient Coal for
our requirements. It is anticipated that very shortly conditions will be back to normal.
In the Meantime All Orders
Will Bo STRICTLY CASH.
Our friends   did   come aud we
did trust them,
We lost our friends   and    lost
their custom.
To lose our friends It grieved us
sore,
For Coal and Wood we trust no
more.
City Transfer Co.
VlinA^^ft^^wft^PL^w.^^Wa^wwv
I   BON-TON
I        CONFECTIONERY
* AMI
$ LUNCHROOM NOW OPEX
J BAKER ST., Opposite P. Burns
I Imported Swedish and        |
+ Norwelglan I'rudtH'c $
I   S. Carleson   f
* A
Tbo Parish Hall Card Parlies and
Dances vlll bo held on the following
date; December Bth,
Beatrice   Cooper,
I'osldonl of Fori Stoole, was brought
the hospital  on  Monday of this ■ mouth,
week suffering from pneumonia ami
pleurisy which, bad developed from a
severe cold.
The Indies of tii»_- Home league of
tbo Salvation Army will bold their
annual Halo of Work December 16th.
39-42j
Mr. and Mrs. 0. B, Roo will be leav-
84tf|tug the city shortly for Vancouver
I where Mr.  Hoc  lias  been  transferred
well known jj„ (|l0 C.P.R, service.   He will take up
Ills new position on the 16th of next
aud   will   be  succeeded  here
by the constable at Field, who* is being transferred also.
tlons stretching over several months.
Creation of a central beer distributing agency will improve bear condi-
t! iib ia British Columbia greatly in
the opinion of Attorney-General Manson and liquor officials, Buder the
new plan all beer being sold through
ono organisation ihe element of competition among breweries will be entirely eliminated, It wus explained today,
"I believe it will aid materially In
the entorcetnout of lhe province's liquor lows." Mr. Manson declined.
Special! Special! Tungsten Lamps
at bargain prices. 2!>, 40, and 50 watt
for 35c.
W F. DORAN.
Our low prices win every time.
Mr, R. Eye left on Tuesday tor the
Okanagan where he will locate in
Vernon, B, C. As soon as suitable
arrangements can be made he will be
joined hy Mrs  Eye und their family.
Dr. Wilson Herald, Ear, Nose, and
Throat specialist, will be in Cranbrook
from December 3rd, to December 10th,
and can be consulted at the hospital.
Chas. Murphy, general manager of
western lines of tlie C.P.R,, paid Crauhrook an oillcial visit on Tuesday
coining in with a freight and leaving
on Wednesday noon in his car attached to No. ill.
(.000 SIOIMKS  l>
"J10D AM) GDA" ISSUE
fok in:< .:ui.i:k
Dealing with hunting ibe
mountain gout in Die RockioB,
moud Thomson in his story '
duclttg Mr. William Goat" gives
Ray.
Introil fine
To rope With his ever increasing
business, Mr, Jack Brown of the Kimlierley Stage Co. has had to order another Dodge truck. The new car arrived Wednesday, piloted by Mr.
Brown from Lethbridge aud Is now
busily engaged on the runs to Kimlierley. It is a one ton passenger
and delivery car of tho latest type.
Mr. aud Mrs. W. F. Attridge and
baby contemplate leaving about the
ninth of December for a holiday trip
to lhe east. The Vnlt'tiile season
will he spent In Hamilton, Ontario,
which Mr. Attridge calls home, and also at Pittsburg, where Mrs. Attrldge's
home is. Going east a day will be
spent In Chicago. Mr. Attridge will
return the first of tbe New Year,
while Mrs. Attridge will remain at
home for about three months, It is
possible thai "Mlstah" Attridge might
effect some booking;! for the Rotary
minstrels in some of the large eastern centers while away.
Fuji Tea Rooms
Next Futa Grocery
HOOP MEALS  :s
ii TEA OU COFFEE
FKESH BUTTERMILK
T. FUJIYAMA
Tho store of B. Weston will be removed shortly to «i new location o*.
tho other side of Baker Street. The
J T. McBride store recently vacated
by Little &■ Atchison has heen secured, and the change nuiy be made
shortly.
The annual bazaar of the Methodisl
.adies' Aid was held on Saturday afternoon at the schoolroom, and was,
he usual complete success, tho sum
eallsed being in the neighborhood nf
account of tills sport and tells It in a
manner which will interest all sportsmen, in the December ||sue of Rod
ami Gun ty Canada. An account, of
wild duck hunting at Peniamotang by
Lewis Denlson, "Our Bull Moose for
VJ22" a good moose hunting story, and
"The Silver Salmon Fresh from the
Sea" by Canada's foremost writer of
Nova Scotian fishing and bunting,
Botinycaatle Bale, are only a few of
the good articles and stories contained In this issue. "Ranching ibe Silver
Fox" by c. K, Walton, gives Interesting side lights into the management
of a fox farm whllo F. V. Williams
is represented by a good story of the
north In winter. There are three
llrst class articles In the Gnus and
Ammunition department edited hy C.
S. Landls, while R. P. Lincoln, J. W.
Winson, W. C. Motley, M, U. Bates
and F. H, Walker have departments
filled with material of interest to all
who are Interested in Caiittd'S otitdi
lire. Seven good hunting and fishing
stories, iu addition to fifteen articles
dealing with ever phase of sportsmanship makes the December issue of
Rod and Gnu lu Canada a particularly interesting one.
Say "Bayer" and Insist!
Uulesa
package
To our many friends and those In-'following: Uulesa the pullets were
terested In the poultry business we March or early April hatched, don't
wish io Bay thai we ore very sorry to' expect eggs, Uuless they are early
have been unable to keep up a poul- -May hatched don't expect eggs until
try column weekly in this journal.       well on towards spring.
Those of you  who have had Botne . •   *   *   «
experience in the business realize the Early hatched birds, properly rais-
amount of wort and close attention e(i ailfj weu matured, if fed and hand-
required to bring along from baby-J \ei\ as outlined below should be laying
hood to maturity, olght thousand now ,„■ commence laying-by peceiu-
chlclts,  dressing,  packing und  ship- _ 0er 1st.
ping ih- squabs and broilers, culling i    pjr8t;    Comfortably    and    cleanly
the pullets and finally landing three  bouse them, with uol teas than three
thousand choice birds comfortably lu square reel to the bird, two will do (setting
the laying plain. h[ you know th.c poultry game. I safe by
*    *    *   * i    Second:  Lots, then some more, and Pn
ur specially prepared squabs and again, plenty of clean fresh water,
brdilors fed tourists from every pari j Third: Feed ibo following dry mash
of the American continent, they were i In hoppers; four parts line ground
marked on Uie menu cards as oats, with fibre removed, four parts'
'•Brown's Milk Fed" and we received fine ground barley, with fibre remov-
lotters of commendation from num-jed, one pari wheat shorts, (not rebecs of pleasure soaking tourists from ground bran), Examine every sack of
various states acroBB the line, shorts you buy or you may be pur-
Vou will note we mentioned aboutjObaslng fine cut bran adulterated with
"culling the pullets", This does not sweepings, One pari wheat bran.
Imply that we sold these "outs" lo our| three pans flour middlings or two
ptrons for laying slock. None of Parts four X Hour. Two parts beef
those rejected  birds  were sold alive,  meal   with  coarse panicles  removed.
One hundred selected birds were 0ne udund of fi,lfl 8alt t0 tho hundred
sold to a merchant in crauhrook. They »«**■ °r ,lll> »ll*'«ri'-
were specially raised for him. To- Fourth: Keep shell, hone and char-
day those one hundred pullets are coal before them all ibe time.
laying above sixty eggs dully. We Fifth: Feed in deep clean Utter
linve repeatedly cautioned the gen- twice daily, ten pounds of grain to the
Neman not io kill ihe goose that laid hundred birds, dividing ibis into two
the golden egg but to slack up on the feeds, one iu tho morning and one In
menu and be content with 46 to 50 tho late afternoon, Make this grain
production. But the temp- a mixture of oats wheat and barley,
[real and we find ourselves Insist in purchasing nothing lower
luciug ill per cent, from a than No. 2 wheal, lower than thai is
iglii hundred pullets. fit only tor hogB,
*   *   *   * Blaine the feed, blame yourself and
To the oil repealed question, "How.don't cuss the man that sold the feed
do? you gel your Inns to lay al this j to you. If you gel sick hens and fail
lime of tlio year,"  we suggest the to get fresh eggs.
you see tlie name "Bayer" en
or on tablets you are not
the genuine Bayer product
millions and prescribed by
•-Ida ns over twenty three years for
Colds Headache
Toothache Luml a o
L'arache Rheumatism
Neuralgia Pain. Pain
Accept "Bayer Tablets ot Aspirin"
only. Each unbroken package con-
trlns proper directions, Handy boxes
of twelve tablets cost a few cents.
Druggists also sell bottles of 24 end
100. Aspirin Is the trade mark {*»-
gtstered In Lfenada) of Bayer Manufacture of Monoacetlcacidester of
Sallcyllcacld. While it is well known
that Aspirin means Bayer manufacture, to assist the public against imitations, tho Tablets of Bayer company
will be stamped with their general
trade sa*rk. the "Bayer Cross."
per cent.
union Is ;
today pro
room of <
cooil for many a mile, yo
r i
-ly ue-
ver  changes
style.
Your
wants are
few and eas
v met.
you've
so
lethlug
on the auto
vet.
What
Makes
Rums 1
ros
Hot cross
bums;
hot en
tu
ii mi
Gotta go t
• work
That's  wh
v they
re hot
i ro
*
Hot cross
bums
II
ere an
dTh
ere
•M-af..
There  were the usual booths
mum NiiiiiEiiiNiiiiiiMtiiiMiiiiiiiiiimin tiiiimiiiiiKimi	
I     ANNOUNCEMENT
C. Joe Bros,
LAMES' & GENT'S TAILORS
Beg to announce to their
many former lady patrons that
they aro again making a specialty of
LADIES' TAILORING
Your Patronage i* luviied
(tflllll'lHMl'li   Sllll*-
Made To Order
The Wry Latest Styles
r   Helming * Pressing   :
C. JOE BROS.
CRANBROOK BTRBET
Opposite  Hunk of Commerce
P.O. Rox .tin
u
iiminiiiiiiitKii iiiiiijniii iiiiiiiiiiiitiiiti wnnnwti '
displaying fancy work, handkerchiefs
and other articles especially suitable
for gift** at   Christmas time, and the
mare serviceable things, such as aprons ami  garments of  various kinds!
wore also not  neglected.   There was
also an orange tree loaded with fruit j
that opened up and displayed a great
deal more inside than the usual fruit.'
Afternoon let) Was also served ami thej
busy afternoon     was    also made toj
serve a  social   purpose which the la-]
diet greatly enjoyed.
On Saturday about one o'clock, Mr.
James Booth, who has been employed
for a number of years with the Cranbrook Sash ami Door Co., had the
fortune to' loso the thumb of Iho
right hand, It appears that Mr.
Booth was operating iho variety or
ludo saw. when a fraying from ihe
sleeve of his sweater goi caught in
Ihi- saw. drawing in the hand, In an
lislaul It severed Ihe thumb above the
lecond joint He was nl ollee taken
lo Ibe hospital where t
ven     Mr   Booth,  win
IKANHUOOK MUSICAL
SOCIETY NOTES
The Cranbrook Musical Society will
bo busy for tlie nex*. two weeks pr
paring for a concert to lake place,
Friday, December 14. The program
will consist of orchosttfl selections,
part songs, Vattflevfllo, biinjo selee-
tions and a humourous sketch. The
make this
ason. The
will   be
socioly are determined n
:oncert the
price
hit
1   ine
admisel
usual
charged.    7t»r.
Tickets will be iu the hands of the
secretary on next Monday night and
it is expected that every member will
lake a number of thess tickets and
dispose of same. With the generous
support of tho public these tickets
should go -like hot cakes.
All members are reiiuesied to bring
ibeir Oleo books and Trial by Jury
scores, if unable to attend giv^* books
to other members.
Milk and Cream
DIRECT FROM
Big Butte Dairy Farm
MONK  10
SnfetJ
Deposit
Bobby:
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inn.
ii n  yo
1
:ls wiih
vour It
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Qrandma: "Wli
*, no.
Bobby
Bobby:
'Then
keep
thoso
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phty
SOMETHING EVERY
UO>IA\ SHOULD KNOW
Tor the last 70 years, in every coun
tinenl was [ try In the world where sewing
i generally)machines are used the Singer Sewing
employed by tho company as log scaler, nl Kitchener, is an oxcollonl
writer nud accomplished nfanlsl and
these lads will make lbe loss of lhe
liinnib more keenly felt.
Machine has taken every Gold Medal
nnd every high award. They must be
ibo best machine. For sale at the
Singer Slore at $;, per month.   Phone
Nearly four thousand men were
recruited by the Canadian Pacific
Railway agents in England for work
in the harvest fields of the Canadian West.
&3Cle JcbflS t-OSft
OHM Wti AT LEAST The PKP05AI
OF TURKEV will NOT 13E up
to THE PEACE CONFERENCE
MUNICIPAL "WHO'S  WHO
IN CANADA" BEING
ISSUED SHORTLY
There is shortly being published a
ecord of municipal men which will
be interesting to all those who are
following civic questions in this country, entitled "Municipal Who's Who
of Canada."
Throughout Canada can be picked
out Hie name of a mayor who Is very
much in the limelight, but as to those
who are serving their community
faithfully, and this is true in the
great majority of cases, little Is
known of them. This work is being
prepared to answer Just such cases.
The work is a very considerable
undertaking as there are nearly 60,000
municipal men iu Canada, it will be
published in chapters, the llrst being
devoted to mayors in communities of
ono thousand or over, and this will be
followed by other chapters wliich will
include members of councils or officials.
The data included will contain a
wonderful amount ot information of
reference value, and as photographs
of many of tlie principal mayors will
accompany iheir biography the volume will have a touch of intimacy
which would ho lacking without these
pictures, !    K
The same ideas will he maintained
throughout Iho work, which will include several chapters extending over
several months.
The publication Is one which will
contribute a valuable and lasting ben-
A  sudden demand  for wheat in
Scandinavian   markets   has   caused j
increased activity  in the movement |
of grain through Vancouver.   Four i
boats left with bulk wheat for ports
of Norway and Sweden, marking the j
first   direct   grain   shipments  from
the Canadian Pacific coast to Scan- >
dlnavla.
The rapid increase in the export
butter trade of Saskatchewan during the past year or two has been
the outstanding feature of the provincial dairy industry. Recently the
Saskatchewan Co-operative Creameries made a shipment of 25,000 lbs.
of butter to China,
)
The export of gold bullion, gold
coin, and fine gold bars from Canada, except as deemed advisable by
the Minister of Finance, and as
licensed by him, is prohibited until
July 1, 1924, by proclamation issued
in the current issue of the Canada
Gazette.
Breaking all 1923 passenger traffic records, the Canadian Pacific
S.S. "Metagama," westbound from
Glasg0"' vTa Belfast, docked recently at Quebec, and Montreal the
same evening, with a record number
of 382 cabin and 1,078 third-class
passengers.
"There are hundreds of first class
farm workers in Scotland anxious to
come to Canada, and the finest material Canada could wish for, but
their wages are sufficient to barely
support them and they are unable to
accumulate funds for the passage."
This is the opinion of Thomas
Scotland, of the Canadian Pacifio
Railway Colonization and Development office in Glasgow, who recently arrived in Canada with a
party of Scotch immigrants bound
for the western provinces.
Height of Ironv
" To put new bumpers from and rear
i then to ram your radiator against a
! high truck.
Thi* European Situation
We might  say — there";: plenty of
Ipieparotlons but no repamli ns.
•   •   ■
Reasonable
i    Sign near   a    railroad crossing to
; warn autolU:
'    SAY  IT WITH  SAFETT—
AM) SAVE THK FLOWERS
tpple
The fforse
O, horse, you are a wonderful thing;
no buttons to push, ii" horn io honk;
you start yourself, do Ju. h to slip,
no spark to miss, no gears to strip,
license-buying  every  :-tar.  wfth
VCS, We Haw
If a man were to civ.-' a:: nhsr an
apple he would simply say: "Have
an apple?'"
Bui if the transaction were done
in legal form the lawyer would draw
up a deed of gift in ihe following
manner;
"I herby give and convey to you
all and singular, my wtate and Interest, right, title, claim and advantages of and In said appK togatther
with all its skin, juice, meat and pips
and all rights and advantages therein,
with  full  power  to  bite,  munch, cut
plates to screw on front and rear, no, and otherwise to eat the same or give
gas bills climbing up each duy, steal-1 the same away with or without the
the joy of life away: no speed, skin, juice, meat and pips, anything
cops chugging In your rear, yelling hereinbefore or hereinafter or lo any
ummons In your ear. Vour inner other means of whatever nature or
lubes are all O.K. and thank the Lord kind whatsoever to the contrary in
they stay that way; your spark plugs any wise notwithsiandinE."
never miss and fuss: your motor ne-j And another lawyer would come
ver makes us cuss. Your frame is along and take it away.
I
-♦   ♦■-♦-♦-
To J. K. L. Ross, director of the
I Canadian Pacific Railway, goes tha
,   I honor of ca4ching the world's record
efit tn municipal government iu uiak- ■ fish   with   rod   and   m]#    At flt
ing local legislators acquainted with
no.
IUtf problems of other municipalities.
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Ann's Bay, N.S., he landed a tuna
weighing 712 pounds; length, 9 feet
2 inches; girth, G feet. Commander
Ross used a Vom Hofe tuna rod and
reel, No. 39 thread line, with
mackerel for bait. His catch took
three and a quarter hours to land*
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HEINTZMAN
Our Prices and Tonus make it
possible for anyone to own one
of these wonderful Instruments. Write for Booklet or
cf.ll at—
511
HEINTZMAN ti Co.
HAKKit STREET
,  Ud.
NELSON,
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Christmas & New Year s
in lhe Old Country
Special   rain
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
The world's wheat crop this yeit
ll estimated at 3,318,000,000 bushels,
as compared with 3,104,000,000 bushels last year, an Increase of 214,- {
000,000 bushels, according to fig- j
ures carefully compiled by the International Institute of Agriculture
ot Rome. The estimated shipments
from supplv countries of the world
for this year is 690,000,000 bushels, , ,„r„.„nr.«     *x s * *     * ,   ~. ~
tiU^V^bJi^^from WINNIPEG, December 11,1923
| on"-*"1-      j Diced lo (be Ship's Side for Sailing of lbe
SSSslS-S. MONTCALM, December 14,1923
Statistics.     Canadian   exports   to ;
i'ionet*rs lor Canada's iNorthern Woods
A GROUP of stout, hardy adventurers from middle Europe, who have just gone Into North Ontario
forests to work in the lumber and pulpwood camps.   The shortage of labor in the woods has seriously threatened this Important branch of Canadian industry.   Thee* men are Idoal pioneers and will
make splendid Canadian citluns.   They were photographed on beard the Cansdita Pacific slower
Australia for the twelve month*
ending with June were $19,624,219
ss compared with 512,200.468 for
the corresponding period tending
June, 1022. Canada's imports from
the Commonwealth have also Increased. *The imports from Australia for the last twelve months
were $1,645,829. as compared with
$1,275,871 for the year previous.
FROM WEST ST, JOHN, N.B.
' li • ii.li Tourist Sleeping Cars
EDMONTON, SASKATOON, CALGARY, MOOSE
RE01NA, and WINNIPEG, will be operated for
• following sailings from Wept St. John, N.B.
From
JAW
. .tl.
Wheat Kximrls lucrensot — .More
than 8,000,000 lniKliris n( Canadian
wheat wore exported i" the United
stales during October as against
1,716,000 bushels In October or lost
yoar. Total exports ol wheat from
Canada were 29,070.647 bushels as
against .17,693,074 btututtl In October,
1922.
S.S. Moiilclare
To Llrerpool
Sallli!!.' Iter. 7
S.S. MKI.ITt
To S'lliatiiplon
Stilling Her. 13
S.S. Nnntralm
To l.lierpool
Snillmr life. 14
S.S. MarlMli
.Ti. Glasgow
Bulling inc. It
For  Reservations tin  Trains unci  Steamship  Ask  Any  Aircnt
WHKN VOC TRAVEL DSE ONE SERVICE THROUGHOUT
CANADIAN PACIFIC
] PAGE   FOUR
THE   CRANBROOK   HERALD
Friday, November BOth, 1028
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Advertising Rates on Application,     Changes or Oopj
for Advortlstng should lie luimln! in nol later than Wednesday noon to secure attention
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FRIDAY',   NOVEMBER
SAINT ANDREW
Patron saints have Iieen chosen by many
different countries. The patron saint of England
is St. George, of Ireland St. Patrick, of Wales St.
David and of Scotland St. Andrew. Eaeh has a
special festival day which is more or less enthusiastically observed according to the customs and
UBages of the people of the respective countries.
As Iho festival day of the patron sainl of Scotland is observed on lhe last day id' .November, a
brief account of Saint Andrew may be of interest.
Andrew, tlie brother of Peter, was born at
Betlisaida but afterwards lived at Capernaum,
lie was a disciple of John the Baptist, and was
lhe lirst to become a follower of Jesus Christ.
Tradition says be preached In Asia Minor and
in Scylhia along Ihe north shore of the Black
Sea. Ue went, as far as the Volga river and became the patron saint of Russia, lie is said to
have been crucified at Patras iu Achaea on a
cross formed like au X, and now commonly
known as St. Andrew's Cross. There are legends
that say his relics were removed lo Constantinople and thence to Scotland where they were
deposited on tho site of the presenl cily of St.
Andrew's. He became the patron saint of Scotland about Ihe middle of the 8th century, and is
held in the highest veneration by lhe Scottish
people, while the ancient city in Kyfeshire, named after him, is famous for its educational and
golfing activities. It is the seat of the oldest
university in Scotland and has become known
as Ihe ".Mecca of Golf."
Athletics, music and dancing have from
lime Immemorial been prominent features of
holiday pastimes and patriotic gatherings in
"Auld Scotia" and these customs have been continued by Scotsmen and their descendants and
friends, not only in the homeland bul also overseas, y
hands go hunting likely candidates.
The real strength of the new parly will not
become apparent until they appear with a platform that can be judged as to its adaptability to
the needs of the province. ■ Up to the present
the party has been engaged in destructive criticism of the very type that Mr. Bowser was so
much taken to tusk for formerly by those who
distrusted him, and used this excuse as a cloak.
There is this difference, however, that the Provincial party's criticism is even more sweeping,
and has not been accompanied so far by anything
in the nature of a constructive policy. The
statement has been made that it is necessary to
tear down the old structure before attempting
to build up anything new, but that is pre-sup-
posing that the new order of things is going to
be an Improvement on the old, which is taking a
lot for granted, when the example of the Oliver
government is considered, just to quote one
case, The late Premier Brewster took over
the reins of government with the very best of Intentions, and no doubt Ihe present incumbent of
the olllce cherished similar high motives. And
whal has happened in one case may in another.
The apathy of the people generally in regard to the l'.G.E. history Is not to be accounted
for by a willingness to condone any wrongdoing which might be uncovered, but rather a
feeling that the appointment of a royal commission would be equally futile in getting to the
bottom of things as other means have proved,
and more expensive. The probable outcome
would be majority and minority findings, and
I here it would rest. The opinions of those connected with the various parties, who all look at
the matter from different angles, are not such
thai it can lie approached with an open mind. The
passage of years now allows new motives to be
introduced, and the accused in the case have
been declared guilty from the hustings already.
The sane policy for the future is to devise som<3
means whereby the load can be lightened from
the taxpayer's shoulders, and all transactions in
the future be made to stand the light of day.
|TOagidkking%wder
lis scientifically madel
land ha& never Failed
jib give the maximum!
jleavenin^ efficiency*
j i3ecauoe. of tbis
tand the uniformly^
j satisfactory results
I obtained by its use
lwe recomi»cnd it
las Canadas perfect
|baki«3 powder ♦
formally Institute?! iti the cily HiIh
wt'L'ic on Tuesday, Thou. UohoriK Is
Llio lirst. (', (.'. ami J. A. Arnold K. ol
R. and S.
The wedding or Mr Malcolm Horie
mul Miss S. McUoiiiild tuok place lust
Thurday. Both aro well known and
popular in the city and dlutrlct,
Tlio G.P.R. havo established a com-
mercial telegraph ofllce iu the business section Of tiie elty, which it;
convenience greatly appreciated.
Friday, Dervmlior 7
ADMIT THK MASTER:— Behold 1
stand at tho door and knock; if any
man hear my voice, and open tlie
door, I will come In to him, and will
tup with him, ami he with me,
He thnt hath an ear. let him hear
what the spirit aayoth.— Rev. 8:20,22.
Two Kxtrn Cylinders
Motorist (JUBt learning to drive, to
friend in iho new cur) "What's that?
Do you hear those cylinders knock "
Timid Companion: "It's not the cylinders, it's my knees!"
I^BIBLE THOUGHT]
J^-FOR TODAY-
I Blbla  ThoMtit. m.moriMd   ..III  prov.  . I
prlaMMHrltas, In afar raw.. 1
Slltlirtlll), nccl'llllltr  1
[    KEEP THB WORD:—Whoso li.-t-ii-
■ el 1, thu wonl, In lilm verily Ih llio lovo
'ol tlod uortocteu:   hereby know   yo
.that we nro In him.—1 .U'lui -:.'..
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Sllllllll),   111 IlllrOr '-'
, QBT UNDEHSTANDTNO: — A
Bcorner ttcelcetli wisdom, oiul niutotli
li not: Inu knowledge i» easy unto
llihn tlml undei'stnndotli. — Proverbs
14:0.
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I ' Monthly. Becemtier 8
QOD'S KINDNESS:—Fur t lie monn-
jtaliis sliull depart, uml the hills lie
removed: but my kindness shall not
deimrt trom thee, neither shall the
covenant, of iny neuce lie removed
snltli the Lord Hint lint li mercy on
thee.—Isaiah 54:10.
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Tnt'sdny,: December 1
CHOOSE YE:— Abhor that which
Is evil; cleave to that which Is good.—
Romans 12:9.
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Wednesday, December .">
THE INFINITE PROTECTOR:— It
I lake the wines ot lhe morning and
Train No. 4, eastbotuid on Saturday |flwer| in die uttermost parts of ihe
PRODUCT
OF
CANADA
Mgic
mm
TWENTY  YEARS AGO
Extracts from lhe Cranbrook
Herald ot this date, 1903.
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I FRESH FRUITS IN,    READY j
FOR TIIE CAKES. PIES nud PUDDINGS. |
JAP ORANGES now in, at $1.10 box of. $2.15 bundlo *
Shelled Walnuts, broken, per lb  406   *
Shelled Walnuts, halves, per lb  60<-  |
Shelled Almonds, per lb  606   |
Sultanas, per II)   206   J
Sultanas, IB on. package   ZJJ6  *
Raisins, lfi oz. package  • IZOC  J.
Itiiinins, 5 lb. package   *\;2? 1
Orange l'eel, per lb  40*?  |
Lemon Peel, por 111 406   *
Citron Peel, per lb  606  ?
Mixed Peel, per lb  |J»«|  *
Cake Comforts, per Ib   50c   J
Fresh Tomatoes, per baske t  • •. • • • • • • 50C *
Oranges, per dozen    .40 .50 und  .60   %
Grape Fruit, each     20* 1
Table Raisins, Spanish,  per package    i^2£   *
Tolman Sw*ei Apples, extra fancy, per box .. -52.50 |
Wagners, No. 1, per box   *?"22  *
Jonathan, Domestic pack, per box   Sl-75 ♦
Delicious, Fancy No. 1, per box     52*25  *
Spanish Onions, 2 lbs    256  |
Emperor Grapes, per lb  30C  t
FINK APPLE CIDER  35* P<"' it., $1.25 P™ gft'-   |
I   WITH EVERY $10.00 CASH ORDER we are giving a  %
i Coupon which entitles the Purchaser to ONE FREE  %
I 111 x 14 PHOTO at Mr. Van Braam's Studio. *
|  These make Splendid Christmas Gifts, so hurry up, as the |
t supply is limited. ?
! John MANNING |
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WbW»WWW.Wb*.WW>WaWM.
last  met  with  an  accident at   Loco
sen:
even there shall Illy hand   lead
The statement of the party's interim lender! "Wins by which the onglne and three me aml thy ,.isW hand shall hold nn
I cars were derailed and two cars overturned. Fortunately no one was Injured.
that lie would not consider becoming the permanent head of the party is also not a frank
attitude. Ile states he has large Investments in
tlie natural resources of the province which he
eels would come up for question.    Why should
Dr. 13. ('. Arthur nl' Nelson, paid an
oillcial visit to the Odill'ellows Lodge
this week ns Orand Master ot n.c.
The Knights of Pythias Lodge was
Psalm 139:9,10.
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Thursduy. December 11
THK DAILY CLEANSING:—Lei all
and
bitterness, and wrath, and anger
clamour, and evil speaking he
away from you. with all mal
Kpheslans 4:81.
inn
tliey not, if there Is nothing to hide? Can Messrs.
Oliver and Bowser be blamed for not inviting In- ,
vestigation further when their critic-in-cliief tie- rrrrr  	
sires to keep his own record beyond the reach of|i»iii™™»»»«llnl!11 lni" tiiiiiiiiiiiiiibiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiit»ii miniiiimii »«"»« « "»»» »
questioning?
NOTES
THE THIRD PARTY MEETING
The meeting held this week under tlie auspices of the newly-formed Provincial Party could
not lie regarded other than In the light of a disappointment, and this to all concerned, not less
those who attended than to the speaker and
those responsible for the gathering, But it
would lie unreasonable to take ihe standard of
attendance and enthusiasm shown on that occasion as an index of the progress of Ihe movement. Cranbrook's dilatorlnesa in matters political is well known. Even the old established
party organizations do not (unction very briskly
excepting when  I lie shadow ol an  election appears on the landscape; and municipally there
is no real Interest shown till the morning of nom
ination. when enthusiasts with papers in their
From a public platform In this city 'Premier
Oliver characterized as absurd a statement I
made by a correspondent In the Herald that bis
adventure with a double edged sword into the
realm of freight rates would cost the province in
the neighborhood of one hundred thousand dollars. Last week with all the customary bicker-j
isg and verbal fireworks, payments made audi
authorized to the extent of ninety thousand dollars were investigated by the public accounts
committee of the Legislature, with still more to
come when the hue and cry dies down. And
there is little.-more to show for it than could
have been accomplished through other channels
in a fashion less belligerent aud more logical.
DANCE
in the
from OurEkchan&s
EMIGRATE WITHIN THK EXPIHE
A colli -blood ed comparison ot the relative advantages
derivable from Immigration to the U.S.A. and In tills
country will convince any sound British citizen that his
destiny lies under his own flag within the empire, given
normal conditions, Canada has the room. It tins Ihe
substantial attraction of unlimited opportunity under
conditions not hampered by mushroom growth in the
punt.—Monreal Star.
|
I Auditorium
on
Friday, Dec.7th
given by the
Banff Orchestra
•iin)iiMiTiiii,uii.itit*iiiiitiiitiici,iiiiiniii,caiiu>tiiiiiicjiitiuiiniic]Miiiiiiiiiic3iiiiiiiLiincaiiiiiMiimcauiiiiiiiHLcaiiiiiiiiiuicaii iiiniiiiiiiuint
H'HKX THK FAKMI.KS (IKT A CHANCE
MlnlNter ot Agriculture Burrow thinks that turn on
the tann who do not know how to farm and market their
crop ut a nront. mil who romnlaln nhout agricultural condition* Hhoulil lie notlt out ot the country—tired, an It were.
'1'liutn all right. Hot wait till the tanners got a chiinro to
toll Mr. narrow what they think ought to lie dune wllh a
Milliliter nt Agriculture who doesn't kluiw how to minister,
tXtuaagan Commoner.
Draw for Buggy
AT ATIIAI.MKH
Winning Number 55
WON UY
A. IIKJIIAM. ol Wilmer
STAR
It is Indeed with pleasure thnt we present for your approval next wed
Three Special Attractions, each    one a big production, with fine casts
and excellent stories, and particularly draw your attention to "STRANGERS OF THK NIGHT"
STAR
MONDAY - TUESDAY
'The Steadfast Heart'
Ity Glnrence Itudilliurton Kelliml
MAIH.I Cltlii: COURTOT,
MARY ALDEN, ami umiij others Of note.
in the mountains or Virginia drama
Uvea in tin- cabins of tin- lawless.
Hero is staged tho story of a mountain boy branded an a criminal, and
a village heiress whose Uvea oro intertwined through drama - crowded
years.
PATHS) NEWS    -       -      COM&D1
Adults Xiv, ciilMii'ii  i;,t
WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY
4'Lawful Larceny"
with
HOPE HAMPTON, CONRAD NAflKL, LEW CODY,
MTA NAIJH
Tlio story of a wtfe who loses her
husband to a modern Cleopatra und
wins him buck ln siiirtlinn fashion.
Sf'i' the strlklnR Booties at Cleopat*
ins court; Olldu Gniy nnd her South
Sea dancers; Rnmhllng scenes at n
New York Monte Carlo.
Qamtmml]
iTMWr/^IIAM nnd YEGGS* *!
Comedy i
Adults :ir,r ;«hlldrrn Ilk
FRIDAY - SATURDAY
"STRANGERS of the NIGHT"
A Rollicking Melodramatic Comedy of the Spanish
Main anil Modern London.
Only the versatile screen, with magnificent settings and a
big, splendid cost, could havo created a BIGGER, finer, entertainment from the sensational stage BUCceas, "Captain Applejack," that ran a yeur In London, and a yenr in New
York, and kept audiences In nil the principal cities In paroxysms of laughs und thrills.
SPECIAL ADDED COMEDY
Adults 50c, Children Sk        :      :        Mnllnro, ilk nnd lllr
MOUNT Mj m
Now Open
The owners of Ihis lintel have
spared no expense in their eiul-
euvor io mako It the most Up-tO-
diite lu Ihe district.
JtO Newly Furnished Rooms
All with Running Wuter (Hot
and Cold) some with private
baths, some with shower baths,
BAKER ST.,nUSBKOOK
Only absolutely first-class tire-
proof Hotel In the city.
NOTICE
AFTER November 1st, 1923 our
ofllce will he located In the
premises recently occupied by
the lute James T. Kaidlnw whose
business we are taking over.
We beg to notify clients of
the late Mr. Latdlaw, and others
that wo shall bo carrying on tho
practice ot Land Surveying together with our General Engineering and Contracting work.
ReWOI.r' & HAM
Phone :tl
Specials this Week-End
We are again offering the very choicest of
meats.. Our bargains are being specially appreciated both as to quality and price.
Choice Beef Boil   St to 10£ "'•
Choice Beef Pot Roast 106 to 12C lb.
Prime Rib Roast Beef  20* '"•
Juicy and tender Shoulder Steaks  18c lb-
Choice Veal Stew   8«t 'b.
Choice Shoulder Roast Veal 12!»< to 15c lb.
Mutton, Shoulder Roast or Boil   25C lb-
Mutton Stew   156 lb-
Shoulder Roast, Young Pork  226 lb-
Sausages,   2 lbs. for  35c
Try Our Mince Meat at 226 lb-   This is real ntci-.
See Our Window Display
P. BURNS & COMPANY LTD.
imioni: io
(KAMIHIMIK. ll.C.
  -
Venezia Bowling
Alley
A TEN DOLLAR GOLD PIECE WILL BE GIVEN FREE
to the lady making the highest score in three games
of ten pins.
Por the Gentleman making highest score in three games of
ten pins A TEN DOLLAR GOLD PIECE is being
offered.
These prizes are offered for three straight games.
Contest started Monday, November 2(itlt. nnd closes
Tuesday, January 1st, 1924
These contests last winter created lots of good spm-l
1IUOP Iti AM) TRY YOl'll LICK
T'i'.."!.:iU'i;:ii:!iiir
NOW OPEN
Western Cafe and Rooms
VAN HORNE ST11EEX      —      Opposite C. P. It. Depot
Newly Constructed Fireproof Building
EULLY  MODERN AND NEWLY  EUllNISIlED ROOMS
—    FIRST I'LASS CAFE IM CONNECTION    -
ONLY 1 IIIU'HOOI   11(11 Kl. IN CRAN1IR00K
VICTORIA CAFE
COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL
Newly Opened
OYSTERS IN THE SHELL HAVE JUST
 ARRIVED PROM  THE COAST	
TIibbb We Serve Any Style-
Try a Stew or a Delicious Fry
Or On The Half Shell
«•—'■   ■[■ |    ■■ HSSS3CSSZ ' "     SSSS3S  '" -       ' "*T Friday, November »(>tli, 1033
THE  CRANBBOOK  HERAL9
PAGE   FIVE
KIMBERLEY an
INTERESTING ITEMS CONCERNING HAPPENINGS IN A ND ABOUT THE BUSY TOWN • ON THE NORTH BRANCH, WHERE MINING, LUMBERING AND FARMING INTERESTS ARE SUPREME-
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I       KIMBERLEY       1
I     NEWS NOTES     j
It la not too early to order your
personal Christinas Greet lug Curda
nn- mailing to distant points. Sou Iho
samples ot the moderately priced and
exclusive deslgus at the Crnnbrook
Herald. tf
Mr. W. Archibald ol tho Consolld-
nlod Co,| wm. in town on Tuomiay.
Club Cafe, Cranbroolr, commodlouB,
Clean, comfortable, it.it
Mr. and Mrs, 0. ('. Thompson motored to Elko mi Saturday,
List your properly wllh Martin
Bros,    ' 35tl
After spending sovornl days hunting around St. Mary's IjbHo, Qeorge
Holland brought In a largo mountain goat's head, It is a splendid one
and a trophy of which anyone might
he proud,
lief ore deciding on that new building or that repair work* see Geo. It.
1-eank, the Pioneer Builder ot Kim
berley and Cranbrook. IStf
The new restaurant Is rapidly approaching completion. The Dlmor
Brothers expect to open business
there the first of the month.
Anyone considering taking life Insurance should consult Murtln Bros.,
Cranbrook. They are District Agents
for Canada's largest life company, and
have specialized In that business for
fifteen years. 16tC
I'll   meet   you   at   the   Club Care,
Cranbrook. 35tf
Remember 10th December.     Banff
Orchestra dance.
i     Private  Personal  Christmas  Greet-
■ ing Cards in exclusive designs, uml
moderately priced, at the office of the
j Crnnbrook Herald, tf
I Mrs. Handle? Bpent the first part
[of tho woofc in Crnnbrook, visiting
| her daughter, Mrs. Mahatfoy.
!   Mr. siinw, general munager of the
p. Burns Co., Lothbrldgo, was lu town
| on   Wednesday.
( Mr. Bookenhnm, munager of tlio V.
Burns store hero, lias moved into Ills
new resilience,
j Mr. ami Mrs, c. A. Foote motored to
'. Craiihrook nu Sunday,
| The ti. W. V. A. smoker hold last
j Friday was a great success.
Work on the new school rooms is
progressing  rapidly.
Thero was a young man named Hill,
wlio unfortunately met with a spill;
He Ut on his head
Ami is now in his bed-
Alas! and alack!  for poor Dill.
A. Johnson
Mens' Furnisher
BOOTS AND SHOES
Suit Cases nnd Trunks
OVERALLS
Boots oml Shoes Nuatly Repaired
Stomach Misery,
Gas, Indigestion
"Pape's    Dlapepsln"    Corrects
Sick, Sour, Upset Stomachs
At Once
"Pape's Dlapepsln" is the quickest,
surest relief for indigestion, gasses,
j flatulence, heartburn, sourness, fer-
, mentation or stomach distress caused
(by acidity. A few tablets give almost
j immediate, stomach relief. Correct
your stomach and digestion now for
a few cents. Druggists sell millions
i of packages.
■IHIIMUULIIlllllilllll!  1 I i    .
Sainsbury & Ryan |
BUILDERS AND
CONTRACTORS I
Estimates Given and Work     g
Guaranteed g
Telephones 3.1.1 anil SHU
I   CRANBROOK      •      B.C. §
ku i mini fin min hi in nr   i  n     Hi i'
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MRS. V. CALDWELL
KIMBERLEY
LADIES' MISSES AND
CHILDREN'S  WEAR
It will pay you to see our prices
before you buy elsewhere
We Carry a Full Line of Wools
1 oz. & 2 oz.   All Shades
FANCY WORK
WATCH FOR OCR
CHRISTMAS GOODS
WHITE LUNCH
NOW OPEN
e   e   e
MEALS AT ALL HOURS
• *   •
A LA CARTE SERVICE
• •   •
MIKE  WASYLUK ■ Prop. Ji
. . . ,  , >.
A. Mellor
GENERAL   MERCHANT
STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES
GENT'S   FURNISHINGS
LADIES AND CHLDRBN'S
SHOES AND HOSE
—RUBBERS,   GLOVES   ETC.—
- SEE TS POR PRICES—
When Yen Think of Insurance
— Call Up —
BEALE & ELWELL
Plume 20     ::     Crnnlirook
Hole Agent* Ier Klraberlej Townltta.
Dimor's Cafe
KIMBERLEY
— Open Dh» and Night —
Yen will Enjoy jour Meal* nt
thli t'afe
Onr Service ll Prompt anil wo
always try lo please.
-FRUIT   &   SOFT   DRINKS-
Light Refreshments
Kimberley Garage
AND
Electrical Supplies
KLECTB1CAL    CONTRACTING
HOUSE WRUNG A SUPPLIES
AKonts for Edison
MAZDA GLOBES
Have a Local Mnn do your work
J. F. LOONEY,   ::   Prop.
Morrison & Burke
Healers In ('mil nnd Wood
TRANSFER WORK DONE
Tell your wives und tell your
friends
Almost Any Day Now
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THE |
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I   Otis Staples Lumber Co.,   f
I Limited f
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1 Manufacturers all Kinds of Lumber 1
Pine, Fir, and Larch |
SLAB WOOD *
SPECIAL ATTENTION LOCAL ORDERS       I
HIGH CLASS MILL WORK §
Enquiries Promptly Dealt With J
MILL OFFICE & YARD |
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Wycliffe, B.C. !
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•vx* •:• *:• ■:* •> •:• * * •:* * •:■ * * •*' •> * <• <■ ■'• ■'•• ••■•.■ '• •'•• * ♦ * •* •** ••• ■•■ *•■** ♦ ♦♦♦♦ ♦ ••• ♦ *•* * * $ •** ••■ **• ■»* *
Hlelan'a and the Scot tn
ui's are anticipating  th
! iii store, with vision
"sweeter Utan honey an'
gem, Is the thocht o' the
waltln' for them". Bul
of tho world, no such luck.
tliman from Kilkenny or Tammany
Hull, he ho blmk. white or yellow, unless lit* hatle frae fcJdln horo', Glasgow
that a
:   Si
Constlpatlon'sRemedy
must come from nature. Celery
King ia a mixture of medicinal
herbs and roots thnt rida the »y»-
tem of impurttiei in a gentle,
natural way. An old and well tried
remedy- 80c and 60c package*
A Salesman's Cough
ORE SHIPMENTS
RECEIVED AT
TRAIL SMELTER
Following is a statement of ore received at tlie Trail Smelter for the
period during November 15 lo 21 inclusive
Name of Mine.        Locality        Tons
Galena Farm, Silverton, ll.C. (lend) 4
(zlne) 52
The Kimberley Ladies' Aid intend
holding a Salt- of Home Cooking in tbo
Methodist Church on Saturday afternoon, December Sib, from 4 p.m. to 7
p.m. Tea will ulso bo served during
the time of tiie sale, a nominal charge
being made. 40-41
Hewitt, Silverton, B.C	
Knob Hill. Republic, Wash	
Lightning Peak, Eklgewood, B.C.
Lone Pine Surprise
Lnst Chance. Republic, Wash.
Molly Hughes, New Denver. B.C
Qiillp, Republic, Wash	
Silversmith, Sandon, B.C
H
ere an
dTh
ere
ift\*aWWLWaWAWWYWWW
Bruce Robinson
Teacher of Munlc
Studio: Baker St., Cranbrook Ph°ne MS
ROBINSON'S ORCHESTRA-DANCES ARRANGED FOR
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canals Limited
OFFICES, SMKLTINQ AND REFININO DEPARTMENT
RAIL,   BBRI8H   COLUMBIA
SMELTERS AND  REFINERS
ParehaMHOf Gold, Silver, Copper, Lead k Zinc Orei
Prodaeert of Gold, Silver, Copper, Pig Lead and Zlne
"TADANAC" BRAND
sully. Beaverdell, B.C. .
Standard. Silverton. B.C.
Company Mines 	
Total
243
. 7
.... 214
ad)  10"
zinc) (17
  r,n
....  172
A grant ef $25,700 to the Salvation Army to aid Canadian emigration work in Great Britain has been
authorized by a Canadian Order in
Council.
Baby's  Best  Laxative  is
"California  Fig Syrup"
According to information received
by the Canadian Pacific Railway at
"Winnipeg,    sixty-three   bushels   of
wheat to the acre has been harvested
''■ on the farm of T. M. Ballantyne,
rj   three miles  north  of Lacombe, Al-
2   herta.    The   wheat   graded   No.   1
"   and weighed IM pounds to the bushel,
-| Weighing 3,170 pounds, a steer,
>   said to be the largest ever received
in Winnipeg, arrived at the union
" i stockyards   from   Wainwright,   Al-
-  berta.    It was sold   for   $250,   the
| highest selling price of any steer
in Winnipeg since the war.
The Canadian Pacific S.S. "Bru-
ton," which arrived in Liverpool on
September 5th, put up what is considered to he a record in the speedy
discharge of cargo when she sailed
the following day, Sept. Cth, at 7
p.m., having discharged iver 2,000
tons of cargo.
It is announce that the Canadian
Pacific Railway will increase the
size of its irrigation headgates at
Kimball, in southern Alberta, by 50
per cent in anticipation of an increase in area of 10,000 acres in the
Lethbridge district. Water will be
turned into the ditches of the Lethbridge Northern project, it is expected, some time this fall.
Hurry Mother! A tetupoontul of
"California Fig Syrup" now will
thoroughly clean lhe little bowels and
lu n few hours you have a well, play
tnl child again, Even if cross, feverish, bilious, constipated or full of cold,
Children love its pleasant taste.
Tell your druggist you want only
tho genuine "California Fig Syrup"
which has tlircrtlons for babies and
ihlldren nf all ages printed on the
bottle. Mother, you must say "California."   Refuse any imitation.
Buffalo steak will be abundant in
Canada this fall. A herd of 2,000
surplus Buffalo wandering on the
range in the National Park at
Wainwright will be slaughtered by
an Order-in-Council, and the meat
and skins sold, For several years
the Government has paid special attention to the preservation of the
buffalo and the work has been so
successful that the National Park*
nre now overstocked.
or points between, li>
Mr,  Prank  Helse
' WYCLIFFE NOTES \ •«*»•»«**»*
Preparation
lug aud hockey
under   way.
the coining skal
ui aro getting well
ommodious heated
ImmlaTjitiiui Shows hie
Increase   of approximate!
lent, over the i orr
lasi   year,  is Bhown  by  I
dressing room has been erected and flgUrea [or ,[,,. n.rg)  ,,-. ,
weeds and rubbish cleared from tho 11933   nccordina to   iffl
rink site;    the    llrsl  flaodlngs tmve[SUed from Ottawa     Dm
- Au
per
i irritateshlscustomere- and makes
him inefficient and miserable.
Shil* h is the Ideal remedy—It ia
rjt a bulk) cough mixture
I t ,1 speda) formula proven «uc-
cessful for many years. A few
1 ■ brings Immediate relief.
50c GOc and 11.20   All druggists.
been put on ibis wock and wiih a continuation of favorablo weather Bkat-
Ing leu should bo ready shortly.
nine months
out r
nt*. we
OH Strike at Walnwrlghl 1 Reports
of an oil strike mode by Hritish Tet-
roleum   Limited,  in their  well   near
Tim well known and genial lumber
man, Mr. Fred Budon was in Wycllffa tters-
ou business tlte llrsl nf the week.
it is anticipated that fully 100. ' of Walnwright, Alberta,  have led  to a
this number will        ■ -[rush for oil leases beinp made ou 'be
■ at Edmonton.
i*
At a dinner given in his honor by
ths Vsncouver Board of Trade, E.
W. Beatty, President of the Canadian Pacific Railway, announced
that the Company proposed immediately to add two large modern
steamers to its coast fleet in order
to take care of its increasing tourist traffic over the Company's Pacific Coastal lines. He also announced the early completion of a
new pier at Vancouver at a cost of
several millions.
Probably the happiest man in Wy
clit'fe on Friday lust was Al Frederick-1
son. nml the reason why wns a K"<»1
one: "It's u Boy."
Emorsdn Taylor left for Kimberley
on Monday last, where ho has taken
a position with the ('. M. & S. Co.
Walter Staples, better (known a
"Tuffy", lias Imitated the bear, more
or less, and hibernated to the company camp. "Somewhere up north."
Mrs. F. Houle, who loft a week ago
on a trip to her home iu England,
sailed from Montreal on Friday last.
Wo are Kind to be able to report an
Improvement in the few scarlet fever
patients. The disease was evidenced
only in a very mild form, but Dr.
Christie, wlio examined the children
nn Wednesday, deemed ii advisable to
close the school for a time In case of
a more serious situation arising; nn
more cases have developed, however,
and the school is expected to re-open
about lhe llrst of tho week.
Lurry Piper returned from his visit
to Gull Lake, Rnsk.. on Thursday lust.
For the benefit of suspicious and enquiring minds, he really brought back
that overcoat. In fact he brought three
ami for the Information seeker there
is no "welcome" on the mat Just
another theory exploded, as William
Jennings Bryan or Lloyd Crowe!
would say.
Citizens of Scotch extract are conspicuous by iheir smiles ot expectation Ihis week, for the Scot  frae th'
Eclmondson's
Dance Orchestra
OPEN FOR ENGAGEMENT
"The Music With The Pep"
imiom: ;i!MP
BOX oi-2
^ A R  D
apH'o'R
ANCHOR-DONALDSON
SPECIAL XMAS SAILINGS
to the Old Country
ll,U.IFAX.QCEEXSTOWX.LIVEBP0OL
S.S, Ausonl* (Sew) Liverpool IX-ceir,ber 9
H.ll.lrAX.I'U Mill IIM Ill.l:i:ill RG-LOXnOJi
8 .:. Andania   N tt) London, December 16
HALIFAX-GLASGOW
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THE ARROW STAGE UNE
IS NOW BUNNISG DAILY BETWEEN
Cranbrook and Fernie
Bootet—Fort Steele, Hull lllver, Wardner and Elko.
Leaving Cranbrook: Leaving Fernie:
Cranbrook Hotel. 8 a.m. King Edward Hotel* 3 p.m.
Prices to Pernie |5.00 and to other points according to
distance
WILL HANDLE EXPRESS AND LIGHT FREIGHT
For Cranbrook, Phone Kootenay Garage 147
For Fernie, Phone Fernie Garage, 158
Anybody Wishing to Go Fishing or for a Picnic
Arrangement" Will Gladly Be Made   I
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THE   CRANBROOK   IIKRALI*
Friday, November 80th, 1993
mctbodist Church eev b c ""ga
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2
Services at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.
Rev. Oliver Darwin D.U., Superintendent of Missions for British Columbia, will preach at both
services.
12.16 Sunday Scliool and Adult Bible Class
VISITORS AND STRANGERS WELCOME
PROFESSIONAL CAHDS
l'bone till
I'.O. Bci 833
B. A.
M00RH0USE
A.M.E.I.C.,  &   U.C.I.-A.
prov.
.AMI SURVEYOR
OUim -
Armslroug Ave
Cranbrook
.      -      .     B.C
, V E R GIK
DENTIST
}  Campbell-Manning
(      1'l.one Hi.    Offlce <
J I to lit, 1 to I p.m.
\ee**olf*r
Drs. Green & MacKinnon
rii3sirlaiiH nnd Surgeon.
Olllce   at   residence,   Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICE  HOURS
Afternoons    2.00 to 4.00
Evenlnga   7.30 to 8.30
SuridayB 2.00 to 4.00
(JIlANBItOOK, B.C.
Uapttfit Ctjurrt)
PASTOR   W.  T.  TAPSCOTT
SUNDAY,   DECEMBER   2
11 a.m. Subject:
"INTELLIUENT
WAKIAKE"
"If we bad spent a tithe
in converting Germany,
of what we spent in conquering there would have
been no war."
Roger Babson
12 noon Sunday School
7.30  Evening Service
"TIIE .MAGNETISM
Ol' THE CROSS"
••wvwwwwvmwavvwuvw agrici 1,11 iiai, output
? ci ur\ Si ■•'»■• B. C. snows
A tLtUJ || INCItEASl
\       HAPPENINGS       S Poultry, Po^
INCREASE LAST YEAH
SWWWaWkWV«Vl*.VVVVWWV» .
We
glad
soo lira.   Illlljorsty
Dairy Produce
mil l-'ruil all Slum lliuircr
I'niiliicliini   Last  Yeur
buck again and settled in her
homo   with   hor  now  baby   boy.
wish lbe whole family every lu
uess   and   prosperity   lu   their
abode.
new
We I
Piii-
new ;
Victoria. — Poultrymen in British
| Columbia will bo interested to learn
Inu during the year 11)22 poultry pro-
j dilution  In  this   province totulled  7,-
hS!l.27ti lbs, at a value of $2,012,097 aB
against 3,S'57,400 lbs, with a value of
*7::s,IOS lu 1010.    In tbo general figures under this heading ure naturally
those of egg production, und over this
same period the output has advanced
iSi.140  dozen  at  :i  value  of
i  in   lillti in 0,000,217 dozen,
ii   $2,002,841   respectively   In
citizens  leaving  our  town,  but   trust   tog^    TllG8Q figures    reveal    an    lu-
The stork is paying iiuito a few
visits to Elko. Recently he paid a
visit to Ill's. aMnrtyu leaving her a
baby girl.
Mr. Leary lias decided to leave Tor!
California and has sold his cur to Mr. I si,GSB SBI
Beaumont.   Wo are BOi-ry to see good  .allied  i
Mr. and Mrs. Leary and family will
have their highest bop B and Wishes
fulfilled In Iheir now home; we ni-li
tlieiu Qod speed and all prosperity.
.Mrs. l.lndsliog Is still away nursing her hrnlhor who ha;, been 111, We
hope to see her houle soon as someone looks very lonely these days.
DR. P. II. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE  HOURS
I to 11 a.m.      1 to fi p.m.
Hanson Blk., CRANBROOK, B.C.
F. M. M A C P II E It S 0 N
Undertaker
Phone U0
Norberj ire, next to City Hull
I01IHKS AND SOCIETIES
WOMEN'S  INSTITUTE
Meets  tn  tbe
G.W.V.A.   Hall
afternoon Of the
first 'Tueeday at
8 p.m.
All ladles are
cordially Invited
President)    Mra. ¥. Constantino.
8ec.-Treueurcn   Mrs.  H. Taylor.
I. O. O. F.
KEY f IIV LODGE, No. 48
em***
■*■***&;■,       Meets every
fSJ
EffSMonday night at
\w
SSSKjThc Auditorium
Sojourning Odd Follows are cor-
dlally Invited.
N.Q.
lt. I.. Burt, h
Rec.
Sec.    U. a. Ulngley, P.O.
.***********************'.
I! Knights of Columbus
will meot Id the
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
HALL
BVEttX TI11KII SUNDAY,
at 9 ji.m.
'♦♦++++++** +++++++++++4 •:• * *
local Gvi'suai DKi'osrr
WAS TO GJ5T HKSHKIT
OF DEAL AT (OAST
HI one}  I'm in    Boom    ot'    Ijmr;
iVas to Htm> done to
Develop (iiiiiii
'hi' mtnutea was all a jury in the
ize court at Vancouver last week
ileil lo reach a verdict of "guilty"
against   William   McNalr.   charged
wiih   Hit-   tmudulont conversloit   of
$2007 ror a boom of loga belonging to
W. Bell.
McNalr, according to tbe evidence,
urronged with the Errlngton Lumber
Company some time last March to take
over two booms of logs, one of cedar
and tho other fir. Tlie t.rnt boom
was sold by the accused to the Obion
Shingle Company und the money
turned over to CJ. S. Abernethy, proprietor of the Errington Company.
The boom of fir logs had been purchased liy J. W. Hell through R, Walker, who waa Interested with MdNalr
in a deposit of gypsum near Oran-
brook, for which a dent was pending
wiih the Manitoba Qypsum Company,
McNalr, however, sold the boom of
logs to n Japanese and went to Oan-
brook to put through the deal. He
lid not make any settlement villi
Walker, anil on the Information of J.
W. Boll, McNalr was Inter arrest«d.
Mr. Justice Gregory remanded the
'Isoner until Die end of the assises
for sentence.
Soldiers .M.ikinir Goods — Soldier
ttlers iu the western provinces are
iking good anil are optimistic aa to
a future, according lo U B. Boyd,
let Inspector of branches for the
iidier Settlement Hoard, who has
st completed a tour of the west. The
ijority of Saskatchewan and AJber-
soldier Bottlers have already made
is year's payments on their land
td a large number have paid, up
rears wliich in many cases »crc
•i expected ibis year.
Crjiu.'n.. Ci>tU*e Hospital
(Licensed by Prov. Oovt)
Haterulty and General Nursing
Terms Moderate
tAHS. A. CBAWFOBD,  Matron.
U&rden Avenue      -   Phone 259
"CASCARETS" 10c
IF SICK, BILIOUS,
CONSTIPATED
L. D. Cafe
(Little Davenport)
WL«n you wish something good
to eat go to the "L.D."
OUH    PKICEI    ABK    BIGHT
1    "They Work While You Sleep."
| When you tool sick, dizzy, upset,
when your bead is dull or aching; or
your stomach Is sour cr gassy, just
I take one o- two pleasant "t'ascarcts"
to relieve constipation or biliousness.
i No griping— nicest cat hart Ic-laznUve
on earth for Men, Women nnd Children.    10c  boxes, also 26c and  GOc
lnlv-.es-- any drug store.
DEPOT ROOMS
van DORSE ST. Opp. Station
New Building
Nicely Furnished
When in Town Stop Here
The
Human
Side
Kwong  Chong
LAUNDRY
11  Armstrong Avenue
Opportit« w. D. Hill's
lint  CImm   Work  Guaranteed.
Mr. J. P. Stirrenburg arrived In Klko
a few days ago Willi a car load of
very fine heavy work horses from Ills''
ranch   in  Alberta.    Mo has  nl ready c
disposed of a number at a goo.I figure. ';
Mr, Sllrrenbei'g's ranch is well known '
for iis high chi.is horses und cattle.)
We   understand   he, has   visited   Elko '
wiib    a    view   to  purchasing    some c
ranching laud for beef cattle raising
and  sheep  farming,  if such  can   lie
obtained in tlie surrounding count
His Intention is to Btock ii with only
the   highest   grade   pedigree   Block
Klko  is   attracting  many   prospectlv
Bottlers this year.
After u bountiful harvest gathered
in from the people who huve lived in
and visited K'.ko during tho past year,
would lt not lie a fining Thanksgiving offering for ihe town commissioners to repair the sidewalks und make
Klko a safe plane to walk in by ulghl
as well as day, We would respectfully call the attention of these gentlemen to the sidewalk bridge leading
lo the depot. A hand rail would also
a decided benefit on both sides, ll
not safe for strangers, und for the
good folks who celebrate.occasionally
it would he a boon in the wee sma'
hours. This silver spring water of
Klko ls so good, folks drink loo much
of it and it has a strange effect sometimes, so belter help your erring brother tu get home safe on the narrow
path safely repaired and Klko visitors will also offer up thanksgiving.
Onr schools are well attended during this lovely weather, no illness,
and both teachers are giving every
satisfaction. Klko Is very fortunate
in tbis respect.
The tunnel being built by Winston
Bros, is now complete save for the
finishing touches on the Inside, There
will be something doing iu Klko soon
with such power close at hand.
KSLIMrs ACCOUNTANT
REFUSED ACCESS TO
BOOKS OF IU..K. RY.
(Special Correspondence to tho
Herald)
Victoria, Nov. l.r.-li. L. Robertson,
who was engaged by Mr, Ealing to
look inlo the accounts or the P. G. K.
and the Northern Construction Company, reported to the railway department this morning, but was informed
thut as he was not a member of the
Institute of Chartered Accountants of
British Colombia he would nol be permitted to have access to the accounts
In question.
Mr Ealing staled that Mr. Robertson was a construction accountant
and had been actively engaged lu such
work since 11117. lie wus, with the
Imperial Munitions Hoard, auditor
for the Foundation Company and in
charge of tbe books of the Harbor
Marine Company and at present maintains an ofllce In Vicloria as auditor
and  accountant.
The Rossland member said bo bad
hosetl Mr. Robertson because of bis
experience in construction accounting.
poor Tlilmr
Proud Father; i showing baby) ■
-And do you think ho looks like me."
Visitor: "Why—or— I'm afraid III
Iocs,"
crease of  IUA2   per cent,  and  :!:t.0(.
per cent,  respectively.
n is also intorcutlug u> obsorve In
10 iti Hritish Columbia was producing
72,700 tons of potatoes   as   againsl
115,122 tons iu LB2S. Fodder production shows u similarly gratifying Increase, since ill lOlfl tlie production
was ;:7J.7!is tons as against 518,804
ti ns hist year. These increase
uinonnl io B8.03 por cent, and 39.01
iiiii respectively, whereas root
crops showed n gain ol' :,2 per cent,
by reason of an increase from 48,383
tons in llllii to 73,470 Ions in 1022.
The growth of the dairying Industry between 1916 and 1922 is evidon
eed by the production of 9,118,500
gallons or milk in 1916, as against
11,054,390 gallons in 1922. There Ii
here an increase of 21.03 per cent.
How the production of tree fruits
in Hritish Columbia has increased during the last six or seven years is also
reflected in the returns Just issued by
the Provincial government, lu these
it is shown lhat iu 1910 these fruiti
were valued at .$1,806,489, repre
aontiug in volume 70,156,204 lbs., us
compared with 160.B35.005 lbs. wiih
value of ?8.7U4.730 in 1022. Of small
fruits there wore produced in 1916
3,793,680 lbs. valued at $370,173 as
against 9,S67,8B2 lbs. al a value of
$1,150,874 in 1922. It will be seen
therefore that the above figures reveal
Increases Of 137.09 per cent ami 160
per cent respectively.
PRINCE RUPERT FISHING FLEET
Treat Head Colds
With Vicks
Muititolm Luily Snvs It
Great Remedy"
At lhe llrst sign of a cold tn the
bead, melt a little Vicks VapoRub ln
a spoon. Inhale the vapors. Then
insert some in nostrils, snuffing it
well back, Vou will be delighted to
see how Quickly It helps lo break up
a cold.
Another way  is to beat a  tin cup.
put  in teaspoonful of Viel'fi, and Inhale the vapors that way.   As fast as
the vapors lose their strength, throw
ut the melted Vicks and add fresh.
Mrs. J. Briars, of Plumas, Manitoba.
ays: 'Vicks VapoRub is a greal rem-
tly for 'olds.   1 Inhaled It for n bead
old which had troubled me fnr some
into,  ami   received  great   relief from
I shall make sure to always have
Vicks on hand In case ot need."
Vicks Vaporub, ihe discovery of a
Southern druggist, is a combination
salve form of Camphor. Menthol.
Eucalyptus, Thyme. Turpentine, etc.
li Is vood for all cold troubles,
Applied externally over throat and
best, as In lhe case of a chest cold
ore throat, etc., Vicks acts like t
liniment or poultice, lu addition, the
redieiils arc vaporized by the "body
t and arc Inhaled directly into the
inflamed uir passages. This double
ctlnn quickly loosens a cold.
Vicks is tbe ideal treatment for
olds—boi h ror grown-ups and for
bildren -because it avoids so much
internal dosing. .Ins!, as good, too.
for cuts, burns, bruises, sores, stings
ind skin Itcblltgs.
At all drug stores 50c a Jar. Por a
tree test Bftso package, wrlto Vlck
mlcal Co., 341 St. Paul St., W.,
Montreal, P.Q,
Though Vicks Is new In Canada It
bas a remarkable sale In the Slates
Over 17 million Jars used yearly.
CU8AWNG - PRESSING
— RlBPAIRWfJ —
I   Yon Will Hake [Vo iMIsinko
in Ordering Hint
WINTKli SUIT or OVKRCOAT
— Prom
I H. C. LONG,
The Tailor
Van lloriui Strcol
Opposite ('. P, li. Depot
i  I'linne III)     ::     L*liono III!
PRINCE RU1 EKT, tho terminus of the Canadian National Railways
in Northern British Columbia, has come to the fore of recent years
r„„ a" °"d • ,," Premier flsh-produclnjB areas of the Dominion of
Canada. Prince Rupert halibut is known all over the American continent and the industry has reached large proportions because of the
distribution service placed at the disposal of the fishermen at that port
by the Canadian National Railways.
„« ,w .ont'CSSP",i'''1 in ,hc r!s,,i"K industry Is the speedy marketing
of the fish after they are caught. By means of a rapid express service
over the Canadian National, halibut and other Ash from Prince Rupert
are laid down in \\ innipeg, Montreal, Toronto and other Canadian and
America cities very quickly after they are landed from the fishing
boats in Prince Rupert harbor.
Halibut fishery is the chief sea industry of Prince Runert ami dor.
t&nkSS'T "'r' "?aUbl,t m ,""M "' '"'• InaddT:
tion, 3,1,225,300 lbs ol salmon were caught and large quantities of
herring, cod, flat fish and crabs. The cod and herring fisheries, which
have scarcely been touched as yet, hold a great future,
.v %-TI??L Photograph show's a few of the hundreds of boats engaged in
the halibut fisheries out of the port of Prince Rupert.
MONUMENTS
t'AMrllKl.li   *    HIITIIIK
JKIM'MKNTAL   CO.
Nelson
its
ThkJVeek
Automobile Magnate and His Son
Montana Restaurant
Heals it All Hours
tttfftra, Clffarettfli nnd Candles
Cranbrook HL     -     pfeow Ml
Opp. Bank ol Commam
wo try not to overlook tlie
human aide of business, >'nr
after all, it Is hew well folks
like Pacific Milk that tletermin
Dfl whether or noi it makes anil
holds friends, When a mother
writes, telling bow Pacific Milk
bus glvon strength to her baby,
everything having fulled, we feel
very grateful and are move than
repaid for all onr efforts to keep
onr product pure and whole-
somo.
Pacific Milk Co., Ltd.;
Hmi Oflett Ttt
•I ,
Henry Font's hobby of working bis 6,000 ncre farm nt
Dearborn, Mich., rioe» nol prevent him from "teaming il"
with his son, Kilsel, In all ot the young mini's IntorcstH.
This new picture of the two waa taken at Dearborn tha
other day.
uinfiA   ^.iiintit
By Arthur Brisbane
What makes the United Slates
prosperous? Answer: llliill WAGES.
Cytroen, the greatest French manufacturer of au lorn obi I os, says everybody In France blight to have his own
automobile. Tho trouble is: "In America, tlie workman saving one day's
pay per week, can buy an automobile
With the money nl  tiie end oi a year.
In Franco ii would take n Frenchman's entire salary for two years."
If you want a good crop, put water
ud  fertilizer on  the   lam].    If you
want a prosperous country, pul good
wages In tbe pocket* of those that
work.
It all comes bach lo the big people
ten dollars for one.
»   *   *   *
If you are n radio enthusiast, anil
understand such things, you will be
interested in the latest announcement
A message receiving its only impulse
on this side of the ocean, made ftie
trip of 9.000 ml lea to Warsaw and
back twenty times, a total distance
of .160,000 miles. That is almost
twice as far as light ami electricity
travel lu ono second, lt amazes us
now. Wo see It and work It, and
know nothing about It. Some day
we'll send messages to outside suns,
ending with 'please answer," knowing thnt nt 186,000 miles n second the
answer will not be buck in time for
our grandchildren to rend it.
•   •   «   *
EQugena V. DebB says prlsqn did'nl
frighten him. Right now be wouhl
"hang for an Idea," That's noble,
once In a while, although you musl
first be sure thai your idea Is sound.
For one man hanged for a good Idea,
ten   thousand   have   heel)   hanged   for
ideas thoroughly bad.
•   •   •   •>
If you have a sound idea, don't
iiang for il. Publish It, repent it, persuade others lo accept It. Voltaire
opposed torture Of witnesses, breaking every miserable judge in one famous case, after a light of many years.
He defied Frederick Ihe Great and
greater powers, ami finally died
peacefully iu his bed. nearly eighty-
live years old. rich in money, adored
by tbo people thai drew his carriage
through the streets. He showed the
right way to deal with an idea. That
was better limn poor John Brown of
Harpers Ferry, never living to see
anything accomplished.
It takes one kind of ability lo
"hang" for an idea and it takes n
higher kind to convert or hang those
that oppose the idea when It is right
Kstablished IS'.'s
Phono 114
Geo. R. Leask
PIONKKII lit i:.DIP
AND   CONTHACTOR
Cabinet Work,   Picture riamimr
Estimates given on
all classes of work
Ofllce! Carner Norbury Avenue
ami Edwards Street
ruiiaila The Resj Country:—"After
visiting ovary country of Importance
in North and South Amorlcn, I am
convinced thai Canada is by far the
best country for people to migrate lo
it the present time." declined Sir J.
PItka, former itusshiu admiral, on his
return to Winnipeg, after an extensive tour of tbo west. Sir John intends, on bis return to Bsthonla,
urge his people lo come to ('nuadsi
search of better homes and living c
dltlons.
Strangers to
Cranbrook
West ot 'lio Cross Keys Hotel
on the main street you will find
a nice clean restaurant. Look
for the sign above the door
Club Cafe
This cafe is open day uml nitlit.
There aro many features about
lliis cafe which maku It homolike, but why mention one wllli-
out all?
JUST    DROP   IN.   THY   OUR
COPPEB,   PASTRY
AND FRUIT
AND JUDGE  KOH   YOURSELF
Nolo for yourself llio general
nlmoepbero ol iho place.   We
are prepared to pleaeo iho mosl
fastidious.
Run No Risks
when symptoms of indigestion
occur. Act quickly before
th.ie become, obstinate.
Take
Beecltam'i TiiH tt mce, In many
cases a ft-w (Wi.-i win bri.-;j rditi,
1 litir aiu'c.'.-s n < • .macli, liver nnd
bowel dttoraArtproves the worth ul
BEECHAiVrS
GEORGE E. BOWER
L.R.A.M., A.R.C.M.,
Unslcal Director
Orenbrunk Uuslcnl Snrlnty
Teacher of Slnglne. Violin ami
Piano
Preparation ror Musical Kimii-
Inatloni
lit ARMSTRONG AVK.
Phone min        Crnnbrook, 11 r.
|VaV. *. '."^V.NWMlrVW^
Have Vour
Old
.Shoes
^{pjirel
i.iki: ni:w
ImiIIiiiI Wi>rkiiiiili-.|ii|i
flood   Miili-riiil  I scil
before buying New Shoes
— sia: ont stock —
IVjd Can Save Von Money
-;   A   STRANGE
." AKMSTRONII AVK.
;WLW."JYWbWWWaW.*
CRANBROOK CARTAGE & TRANSFER CO.
Towrlss ,V Ailnins
Agonls for Hard and Kofi Coal.     Distribution Cars a
Specially.   Excellent Warehousing.
SAM) and flltAVICf.
OPPOSITE t'.r.li. IIKI'OT
Telephone (13
CIIAMIIIOOK. II.C.
P.O. Boi II!
C3AN3,,09K CLEANERS
AND DYERS
Every Garment sent to us to be
Cleaned or Dyeii Is given
Our Utmost Care.
Our knowledge ot the business
Is your assurance of satisfaction
here.   Phone, and we will call,
or brlug us your work.
We Clean and Dye Everything.
PHOMR is;
JOHN GARD
PAINTER &
PAPERHANtiHR
lull  Line of  Wall  I'apoi
In Stoek.
Store, Hanson Avenue
Phone (II!. at »ll hours
ClUMllllMlh     .     .     .     B.C.
CANADIAN
RACjric
nnNiiitiMih Tims Tints
NO ll? DAILY -To Nolion, Vancouver,
Spokane ele. Arrive 12 in p.m. leave
11.10 inn.
NO. lis IIAII.V Tu Pornle, Lcthhrluie,
Medicine Hal. Oilrtiry, etc Arrive
t.it* p.m.; leave * -'" p.m.
Cranbrook, IVyrlloY, Klniberle)  Her-
ilcet
No. sa.l-I.oove 7.05 b.iu. No. H:'l -Arrive 2.10 p.m.
rriinlini.il., I.ulte Windermere and
Unlilen Service
Monday and Thursday, each  week
—Ml. si I, leave 9 a.m.     Wednesday
and Saturday—NO. St!'.' arrive 3.30 p.in.
For further particulars apply to any
ticket agent
J. E. PROCTOR,
District Pummst Agent, OeLasj*. Friday, November aotli, Ifli.'i
TIIE  CRANBROOK   11 KHALI)
PAGE 8KVE.1
MOVING
Two Weeks Only - Commencing: Dec 1st
Come Early
while the
BARGAINS
are on
A Particularly Large & Complete Stock of Dry Goods
ALL SHOES ARE ON SALE
BEAUTIFUL OXFORDS, with quality leather,
fashionable stylo.    Brown, low; with rubber heels.
Leather lined, non-Blip heel,    Well constructed.
Regular price $6.75, Sale Price ..     $4.73
MEN'S DRESS HOOTS, The Dupont Shoe, good
make, durability and fit.   You will he more than
satisfied nl llio price we are offering thorn, Regular
price from $5.75 to $7,26
Sale Prices $4.95 : 5."^ i 6.18
SLATER SHOE, a well known make, in black
and brown, your choice   $6.78
WORKING SHOE, with solid leather counter,
solid leather heel and sole, Hungarian nail, Regular Price $4.75 Sale Price   $3.94
MULTI-WEAR SHOES, This shoe is guaranteed unconditionally for six months wear or a free
new pair to he given. We have in stock about 23
pairs, Regular Price $8.50, Sale Price .... $6.85
ASK l-'OU THEM, THEY AUK A REAL BARGAIN
MEN'S ARMY GRAIN SHOE, the lot to clear as
an assorted bunch in different sizes, at       $3.85
BOYS'  EVERYDAY   HOOTS.  Splendid  value,
McKillop Shoe, solitl leather heel and sole, sizes X
to 10'., in black onlv. Regular Price $3.35
Sale Price   $2.69
THE SAME AS ABOVE only 111 larger sizes,
these run from 1 to 5. Regular Price $3.75 to $4 25
Sale Price    $3.35
CHILD'S SHOES, line soft cushion sole, hut-
ton boots in brown only, sizes from 2 to 7. Regular
Price S5c. Sale Price        67c
"THK LITTLE DAIS*"
LADIES'ASSORTED SIZE SLIPPERS, with
one strap, medium heel, black onlv. Regular Price
$4.00, Sale Price  while Ihey last .*... $2.65
LADIES' TWO TONE SLIPPER, patent and
grey. "Supreme Lady", Regular Price $5.75
Sale Price      $4.63
LADIES' HIGH TOP BOOTS, color is dark
brown, high cut, with low rubber heel, with good
quality leather, oomfortable, Regular Price $0.75
Sale Price      $5.23
LADIES' SPATS. 11 ins. high, in three sizes.
Sale Price      $ 1.69
Ladies' & Men's Wool
Sweaters
WOOL SWEATERS. Men's heather sweater coal
with iwo pockets and Bhawl collar. Regular Price,
$3.50 Sale Price     $2.19
LADIES'    PURE    WOOL   SWEATERS, Willi
square collars, Btriped trimming, in different shades.     Regular price $ 1.50.     Sale Price ... $3.94
BIG VARIETY OF LADIES' SWEATERS
AT A CUT PRICE
LADIES' PULLOVERS, fine knit Sweaters,
all wool, Willi round neck, striped trimming, belt
around. Made liy Amalgamated Knitting Co. Regular price $4.75.     Sale Price   $3.84
(let One If You Need It.
MEN'S JUMBO KNIT SWEATERS, all wool,
regular price $5.75, Sale Price    $4.85
Mnde by Northland Knitting Co.   Brown and Maroon Colors.
WOOL SCARES, absolutely pure wool, good
width and length, Regular Price $1.50
Sale Price      98<*
FLANNELETTE SHEETS, 12 4, largest made,
In gray and white  $3.35
COMFORTERS,  PILLOWS,   BLANKETS —
at a reduction of    25V
HUDSON BAY BLANKETS,   SV-. point,    red,
brown, green and white,while they last . $| |,98
WHICH MAS BEES PLACED IN Oil! STORK, DEMANDS THAT WE MAKE A SACRIFICE IN
ORDER THAT WE HAY BE PREPARED TO MOVE INTO Ol II NEW PREMISES IN THK SHOIt.
TEST POSSIBLE TIME, SO THAT OCR PATRONS MAY HAVE EVERY OPPORTUNITY OF
MAKING TIIEIIt CHH1SMAS PURCHASES IN AMPLE TIME FOR THK HOLIDAY SEASON.
PREVIOUS SALES IN CRANBROOK WILL BE ECLIPSED BY THE PRICKS AT WHICH Oil!
GOODS Will. BE OFFERED.
UNDERWEAR FOR MEN & BOYS
TWO PIECE SUITS UNDERWEAR, long sleeves and cream colored collars. Penman's make.
Regular price $2.00, Sale Price $1.48
BOY'S' FLEECE-LINED COMBINATIONS, sizes from 22 to 32, long sleeves and legs, very large.
Regular price $1.75, Sale Price $1.29
MEN'S FLEECE LINED UNDERWEAR, made
of good cotton, Penman make. No. 1 stock with
green stripe, very soft.   Regular Price $1.40
Sale Price   $1.10
MEN'S  PURE  WOOI, COMBINATIONS,   fine
Penman's, guaranteed unshrinkable $2.75 pair
WOLSEY  UNDERWEAR,  made in  England,
of natural wool,     long sleeves, and legs, guaranteed unshrinkable, Regular Price $10.75
Sale Price   $7.95
ROBIN  HOOD COMBINATION, Men's Robin
Hood, natural, closed crotch, unshrinkable underwear, The very best,   Regular Price $0.00
Sale Price   $4.94
Socks For Men
MEN'S PERFECT SEAMLESS, all wool, embroidered sox. assorted colors, coating and beaver
cashmere sox. Regular Price $1.50
Sale Price   98C
1 ANOTHER GOOD VALUE, Men's silk and
wool sox, Durham Supersox, colored, gold and
black, blue and brown, Regular Price $1.75 per pair
Sale Price, per pair   $1.10
MEN'S PINE WORSTED. Botany wool socks.
sanitary ami durable, in brown and biack, superior
quality. Regular Price $1.50 Sale Price 96e
MEN'S MARATHON LIGHT WEIGHT SOX
Silk lisle finished, splendid value, Regular Price
45c a pair. Sale Price :t pairs for 94c
MEN'S MECHANIC SOCKS, Cotton half hose
of a good quality, brown and black onlv, Regular
Price 3 for $1 Sale Price  4 for 89c
LUMBERMAN SOCKS FOR MEN AND BOYS AT
CUT PRICES
MEN'S WOOL SOCKS, manufactured by Atlantis  Knitting Co., made from Australian  wool,
Sale Price      39C
A REAL BARGAIN
MEN'S WOOL MITTS and GLOVES ON SALE
WHITE COTTON, special I'or home use. One
yard wide, Sale Price     | 9^ yd.
WINDOW CURTAINING, flowered edge, regular 35c per yd., Sale Price  23c yd.
SHIRTING, 32 lo 36 ins. wide. Good quality, regular price 40c yard, Sale Price .. 28c yd.
PRINT, lighl colored, gootl patterns, regular
price 30c yd.. Sale Price      19c yd.
GINGHAM, quality first, I'asl dye.
Sale Price     22!4C yd.
DRESS GOODS, pure wool serge, 311 ins. wide.
Colors, navy blue,brown, maroon, light blue 99c
EIDERDOWN FLANNELETTE, about 1 yard
wide, regular price 05c.     Sale Price  44c
APRON GINGHAM, 40 ins. wide, iu three shades, brown, blue and black chequered. Regular
price 35c yard.     Sale Price     23c
WHITE FLANNELETTE, good quality.
Sale Price     j 9c yd.
LADIES' DRESSES, Homespuns, Jersey
Cloth and Tricotines, lu very gootl styles, at, reduced prices  '..  See Price Tickets.
HOUSE CAPS, all assorted colors, made of
coiton crepe, trimmed with lace, to be cleared at
2 f»r   65C
MANY SUITABLE ARTICLES FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS HERE. Names of articles we are
unable to price on'aceonni of space.
OVERALLS, LOOK! striped, with bib   $1.45
MEN'S PANTS, BOYS* PANTS, COVERALL*
JACKKIS
BOYS' TOQUES, to be cleared at      25c each
MEN'S .MACKINAW SHIRTS, red chequered,
pure wool, regular price 4.25.     Sale Price S3.63
.MACKINAW COATS. Norfolk style. All
wool, at Sale  Price     $7.95
AUTOMOBILE ROBES   ■   RIBBONS
IJNONLEUMS, FLOOR  oil, CLOTHS and RUGS
AT SPECIAL PRICKS
Trunks, Suit Cases. Pillows, Crib Blankets,
Rugs, Men's Rubbers, Tweed Overcoats, Rubbers,
Pack Sacks, Fine Combs, Talcum Powder, Ladies'
Waists, Bedroom Slippers.
WINDOW BLINDS, each package containing
shade, pull, nails and brackets, Regular Price $1.25
Sule Price     J5C
SEE OUR TOYLAND FOR CHRISTMAS
GIFTS.
Men's
Shirts
MEN'S EVERYDAY SHIRT, The Big Brand
and a big shirt, strongly recommended, khaki colored, Regular Price $2.26 Sale Price $1.45
PURE FLANNEL SHIRTS, Colored Navy,
heavy weight, good workmanship, well constructed,
Regular Price $3.50, Sale Price $2.73
MEN'S WORKING SHIRT, Big Horn Brand,
made of best material that can he obtained for an
everyday shirt, colors, brown checked, olive gray
checked with brown, black striped, Regular price
$2.15  Sale Prlco     $1.45
MEN'S dress SHIRTS, double cuffs, striped/
assorted, made by a well known firm. Regular Price
$2.00 Sale Price  S1.23
MEN'S WORKING SHIRTS, assorted lot. regular price from $1.50 10 ,<.:;.75. Sale Pi ice . .$1.19
GET YOUR SHARK!
MEN'S FLANNEL SHIRTS,   grey,   with two
pockets, in all sizes.     Caribou Brand.     Regular
price $3.00, Sale Price     S1.98
Kootenay Trading Co.Ltd.
Norbury Ave.  - Cranbrook
OPPOSITE STAR THEATRE
LADIES' HOSIERY
LADIES CASHMERE HOSE, superior quality,
double heel and toe, black only. Sale Price . . 69c
LADIES' RIBBED TOP HOSE, unequalled for
value.    Comfortable fit.     Regular price $1.50.
Sale  Price     S1.25
LADIES' PURE SILK  UTILITY  HOSE, double sole, high spliced heel.    Regular price $1.25.
Brown.and black only Sale Price  86c
LADIES'  FIXE COUNTESS HOSE, silk lisle,    j
wearing qualities guaranteed.    Regular price 60c.
Black and brown only.    Sale Price 39c
LADIES' ART SILK HOSE, in black only.
Double sole and high spliced heel. Regular price
05c.     Sale Price   44c
GIRLS' PURE WOOL CASHMERE HOSE.
The "Sweetheart" brand. Prices, according to
size, from   48r up
BIG ASSORTMENT OF HOSIERY WILL BE
DISPLAYED.
GIRLS' PURE WOOL VEST. Turnbull Brand,
perfect fitting ribbed vest. Regular Price $1.75
Sale Price     $1.15
GOLF HOSE, pure wool, well trimmed, worsted hose, Sale Price   69c
CHILDREN'S COTTON HOSE, superior quality, guaranteed fast and stainless dye. sizes 5 & 6,
Sale Price, per pair   28c
LADIES'  SUPERIOR  QUALITY.  SEAMLESS
COTTON HOSE, narrowed foot and ankle, double
heel and toe, Regular Price 35c a pair.
Sale Price I pnirv for 94c
LADIES PERFECT SEAMLESS STOCKINGS
all-wool cashmere, made in England, half ribbed.
assorted colors and sizes. Regular Price $1.45
Sale Price      98c    j i
LADIES'   SEAMLESS    ELASTATOP   HOSE,
all wool, wide top. elasticity and comfort, assorted
colors, made in England, Regular Price $1.75
Sale Price      SI.38
Ladies' and Girls'
Underwear
LADIES' VESTS, natural color. Turnbull
brand. Long sleeves, high neck. This is a good
value.       Sale   Price       59c
LADIES'  FINE  WOOLTEX     COMBINATIONS,
Zlmmerknlt.       Large em.     Sale Price .. S|,48
LADIES' NIGHTGOWNS. The very best of
workmanship, large cut, good quality of Flannelette.     Sale Price     $1.43 to $|,85
LADIES' SILK AND WOOL COMBINATIONS.
high grade quality,   pure heather wool,   regular
price $5.60, Sale Price     S4.63
GIRLS' COMBINATIONS, same make as above
65',!  woo!, size ii. 7 nud S. Regular Price $2.25
Sale  Price       SI.45
y.
de PAGE EIGHT
THE  CRANBROOK   HERALB
Friday, November 30th, 1923
STILL THEY COME
A BIG SHIPMENT JUST RECEIVED OF
Fancy Beads and Ear JRings
EARRINGS from
BEADS from
$1.00 iJOT i)air "iJ
. .. 50e a string up
Pearl Bead Necklets
These Pearls are a very fine quality French non-tarn-
ishable. non-dest met able.     24 and 30 inch lengths.
A SMALL DEPOSIT WILL SECURE ANY ARTICLE KOil
CHRISTMAS, AT
The GIFT SHOP
A. EARLE LEIGH
.1 E VV E L E R
Norbury Avenue - Next. Star Theatre
LOCAL
WEMNG&
Insure with Beale ic Elwell.
Capt. J. H. Johnson ot thu Liquor
Control board was in the city for a
lew duys thin week.
R. U. Newton, J. Heath und A. Robb
were week-end visitors from lnvermere.
McCreery Liros. are selling all La-
j dies' Winter Coats ami Hats at big
| reductions.   Come in and see them.
mt
Mrs. Ed. Gordon and little ono left
tlie hospital un Monday lust to return
tu Lumberton.
•j..{. ***.**......... ■>.;..-. •:• *:• •:■ •:• •;- *:• •;* •:* *;• *:• ■
f
♦
I Genuine
Aynsley China
Cups and Saucers
at a real saving
SEE OUR WINDOW
Auditorium    Dance!    Ximu
Keep the date open.
Night
3G-b8
W. II, Tompkins nf lnvermere, was
lu Cranbrook on Wednesday.
Enjoy a good evening dancing. Tlie
Banff Orchestra will be at the Auditorium, December 7th. 40-42
C, B. Twigg oC Creston was ;
brook visitor on Saturday.
('run
SPECIAL
75c
EACH
SATURDAY ONLY
HASLAM   The Druggist
Wo Are Prompt
V. 0. Box 140
Wo Are Careful
^,§.,1^$ ■!■$$*-k* .;.** .^^
G. W. V. A. Christmas Tree
The Cranbroolf Branch of the tl. W. V. A. will give
A CHRISTMAS TREE to Children of Ex-Soldiers, at their
Club Rooms.
Children please send in your names to the Secretary. Ladies are requested to assist in fixing date, sending in names and selecting presents.
!•♦♦♦++•!• **********************************************
B. Weston's Sale
IS
ii Extended till Christmas
BECAUSE OP THE PATRONAGE THAT   WE   CET
FKOM THE PEOPLE OF CRANBROOK AND
DISTRICT, WE PEEL IT OUR DUTY TO
EXTEND OUR SALE FOR THE
BENEFIT OF TIIE CHRISTMAS
SHOPPER
We are not. moving from our
Store before Xmas
Wi: HAVE RECErVED A SHIPMENT OK MERCHAti-    ;
IIISK LATELY WHICH WK HAVE NOT PRE-
VIOISIV ADVERTISED.     THIS IS
ALSO GOING TO BE PUT
<»' SALE
If CUTTING PRICES ean clcn I stock to lhe hone,
ive "ill nut Inni' much lo move.      Come   to   tbe
Slure!    See our Prices nnd eounl your Having*.
B. WESTON'S Store |
I Baker Street
With marks at twenty cents a trillion people are wondering why tho
price of wall paper does not take a
drop.
See the samples of exclusive Personal Christmas Greeting Cards ut the
Herald Office. Priced from $1.76 per
dozen up. tl
Geo. Simpson, of the O. P. It. office staff, Ih tit present confined at the
hospital, hut is   doing nicely.
The annual bazaar of Knox church
will he held Saturday, December 8th.
at the K.P, Hall from :i to ti. Many
pretty and useful articles will he on
sale. There will lie a special Christmas booth and an orange tree and all
klr.ds of home cooking and candy.
Afternoon tea will be served. All
contributors to tho booths and the
orange tree are asked lo send In their
donations as soon as possible.      40-41
We repair Hot Water Bottles, Rubber footwear, or anything made of
rubber.
WILSON'S VULCANIZING WORKS
37-40 Cranbrook, B.C.
In response to a telegram received
Tuesday morning tliat his father was
dying, Mr, P. M. MacPherson left that
afternoon for his home at Baldur,
Manitoba, between Brandon and Winnipeg. Citizens generally will sympathise with Mr. MacPherson Gut trust
by the time he reaches home that conditions will have improved. A letter
from Mr. MacPherson Sr. about three
weeks ugo gave no Indication of any
approaching illness. Mr. MaoPher-
son's absence will be felt iu the production of the Rotary Minstrels performances, he having Iieen the guiding
hand therein since Its start. The
responsibility will be now cast nt the
last minute on other shoulders. Just
at the time of going to press It is learned that word was received this afternoon. Thursduy, that Mr. MacPherBon
did uot reach home before his father
had passed away, and that tlm funeral waa to have taken place this afler
noon.
CO-OPERATE
WITH
Cranbrook District Co-Operative Soc.
NEW SEASON HUM'S AUK NOW IN.
Fines! Layer FlgB, per lh  300
California Seedless Raisins,per IB oz. package .... 200
Mixed Peel, per 11) 45*
Cape cod Cranberries, per n> 25c
Large Emperor Grapes  2SC
Jap oranges, per box   $1.10
EXTRA SPECIAL
8 dozen Navel Oranges	
95*
Local Fresh iokks, per dozen 	
Bliced Breakfast Bacon, per Hi	
HIV SHARES AM) SHARE THE PROMTS
Saturday Only
SPECIAL SALK OK THE
HEINZ
57 VARIETIES
In order to acquaint onr
Customers more thorough- i
ly    with    these Delicious !
Products, we have arrang- |
ed for a ;
Free Demonstration i
AM) SAMPLING, on      '.-
SATURDAY  I
COME EARLY    AND   TaVKB A
HEINTZ BASKET HOME
with you.
Our Special Prices for lhat
day will he as follows;
BMALL, BAKED BEANS,
!! tor l.>     II im Bile
MED. BAKED BEANS II for illc
Six for   I*1.11
LARGE   BAKED  BEANS.
tl.1i1: JI fur $l.llil
SMALL CREAM SOUP JI for Lie
Six for   StC
MED. OltEAM SOUP . JI tor 70c
Six for   tlja
SMALL COOKED SPAGHETTI 8 for llllrs 6 for #1.1.1
MED. COOKED SPAGHETTI   JIOl'l (I for (I.JO
HEINTZ BASKETS:
1 Small Soup. 1 Medium
Bukeil BeuiiH. 1 large
Tomato Ketchup, 1
Sweet Mixed Plelilos.. fil.STi
1 large Tomuto Ketchup,
1 .small Cream Soup. 1
Sweet Midget Gherkins.
1 India Relish   #1,1,1
1 Medium Cream Soup, t
medium Cooked Spaghetti, 1 Sweet Miiatiird
Pickle;,  1 Small Baked
Beans      IM.1I)
CRANBROOK TRADING CO.
Cranbrook Taxidermist
Make your appointments early lor
your Christmas photo and avoid the
rush ami disappointment. C. Van
Jlraam. 3<tt
Mrs. P. Harbinsou of this city, who
at present a patient at the hospital. Is reported as doing well.
Chief Splller, of the Provincial Po
Uce, left on Tuesday for his new position with tlie force at Prince Rupert,
Chief Greenwood, of Quesnel, has arrived to assume his work In tills district.—Pernie Pree Press.
Not too early to order Personal
Greeting Cards. Exclusive styles,
Steel Embossed nud Single and Folder
Styles. Prices from $1.75 per dozen
and up.   Tho Herald Offlce. "
Mr, K. E, Proctor, district passenger
agenl ot Calgary, passed through the
city on Thursday.
Mrs. Guy Muhut'iey and little daughter returned to their home from tbe
hospital on Sunday lust.
For Sale in Five llox Lots, lovely
Jonothan Apples Just, right for a family, (hie Hollar a box. Cash with
the order. Quick. Chns Moore,
Creston. 40-41
Mr, Norman Moore left on Tuesday
Tor Pincher Creek. Alta., for a confer
ence with the head of the Dominion j
Forestry Department, over the district adjoining that of Mr. Moore at
Crows Nest. Ho returned on Thursday,
Tlie dominion Rugby Football chain-
plonshlp is being decided In Toronto
on Saturday at the varsity Held when
Queens Uulveniity. of Kingston, and
tlie Heginas meet. Queens won the
championship last year nnd linve not
lost a single game this year.
The lasi dance of the Banff Orchestra was enjoyed by all. Hear them
again on the 7th of December.     40-42
In conversation with a United States
immigration officer, a Herald repre-
seniiitlvo gathered that the majority
of tlio people that are passing through
daily on train No. ti7, on their way to
United States points, are Canadians
principally From ihe Maritime provln-
. Cape Breton Island and Nova Scotia being largely represented. He considered them of a superior class and
not of the ordinary tramp variety.
Tuesday over 250 were booked for the
States.
Hemstitching.—Mri. Surteee, Oar-
den Avenue. 2tf
After an Illness lasting several
weoks, there passed away ut the St.
Eugene hospital, on Monday evening at
H p.m., Mr. Hurry Ewer, who for some
time has been taking care of the Hyde
[taker estate. Utile Is known of Ihe
deceased, no relatives being kntown.
The iniu-nil took place ou Wednesday,
Rev, Rather Murphy officiating, The
pall bearers were C. Hunger ford Pollen. Rev. P. V. Harrison, \V. A. Nlsbet,
\V, It. tiibhs. Ross Carr and T. M. Rob-
eris.
We earry a full line of Men's Women's and Misses' Shoes.
Our low prices win every lime.
W. P. DORAN.
Tlie Hanson garage has just received a shipment of 1924 McLaughlin
cars which are attracting the intention
of automobile enthusiasts,   The new
models are built on the same lines as
the Cadillac, and aro equipped with
all the latest appliances and conveniences. Mr, W. J.McFarlane lias purchased one In a gray body for his
livery business and Mr. Blggatlni bus
taken delivery of another one, his
choke being a blue bird.
DI.YO I IONS UV THK
FORTY HOIKS
There will bo special services In
St. Mary's church, opening nt 7.30
p.m., Wednesday, December r.ih. with
a sermon and benediction of the
Blessed Sacrament, nnd closing at 8
a.m., Saturday, December 8th, with
mass, sermon and benediction. On
the two intervening days, Thursday
and Friday, there will be mass and
instruction at 8 a.m., the blessed sacrament will be exposed all day in the
presence of watchers, and at 7.30 p.
m. there will be sermon and benediction. The purpose ot these devotions,
Is, hy continuous prayer to our Dl-)
vine Saviour, to appease the anger of
God provoked by the offences of
Christians. Father Ehman and Father Kennedy will preach during
these devotions.
Tlie Junior Girls' auxiliary of Christ
church have made arrangements to
hold a Valentino Tea and Dance ut
the Parish Hall on Thursday, February uth. 1924. Afternoon tea will be
served from :. to ti. Dance from 8 to 12
Mefody Five orchestra. 40 nit
At seven o'clock on Tuesday evening the fire brigade had a run to the
home of Mr. (i. O, Brown, on Lumsden
\ venue, where an overheated chimney
was the cause of the ftlurm. It wns
unnecessary to apply any water. At
the time a strong wind wns blowing
making a bad night for a blaze.
Mr. W. H. Lewis who left Crnnbrooik
a fortnight ago for Vancouver, successfully underwent au operation the
beginning or this week at the coast
city. Some shrapnel was removed
from bis una. lt is uncertain when
lie will he returning to Cranbrook.
Here they come again. Banff Or-[
chestrn at tho Auditorium, December I
7th. 40-42|
See our Tru Knit, fine all wool garment. Specially priced, $4.00 per suit
nt HerltyV.. 39tf!
The Georgia Minstrels are booked
tor January 18th. On their last ap-j
pearance in Cranbrook they made a;
very favorable Impression, Of course,'
this time, appearing so soon after the
Uotary Minstrels they will be natur* i
ally at a disadvantage.
Mrs. H. McLeod of Kimberley. is
at presenl a patient nt the hospital,
A crowded house greeted the Rotarians on Thursday evening on their
first appearance in minstrelr-v this
season. Practically ull the seats linve
also heen sold for the Friday and Saturday performances,
Insurance locks the door before the
horse is stolen. Beale & Elwell have
tho key for every insurance lock.
J. B. Haslam returned the middle of
I ihe week fr.nii a short business trip to
: Calgary.
Dr. Mcintosh, who addressed the
Provincial Party meeting lu this city
on Monday evening, also visited Klm-
i berley, Wycliffe, Wardner and other
; outlying points fn a like interest.
I    No Gift will    be more appreciated
, than your photo.    We would suggest
making your appointment early.
1 tt C. VanBPAAM.
ITIENII! CURLERS
Have   your   Rocks
sharpened    for    the
coining season at
I'AMI'HM.I. & RITCHIE'S
Nelson      •        -      U.C.
WHEN IN KINGSGATE—
stay at the
S?oya/ ffiooms
Back of C, P. R. Depot
Fully Modern, Hot ami Cold
Water In Every Room, and the
Latest Heating System. First
Class In Every Way. Convenient and Comfortable,
Term*  Moderate.
Mrs. It. I'. JOHNSON,
Proprietress
Brick for Sale
Hli)  Cay from li.UK) lo (UNI
per M I'or llrlrk.
when you can get Just as good
manufnctiirpil in your own city
frclin (IS.INI to (17.INI »rr M ot
tho kilo? No matter what your
requirement la. whether for veneer. hoIIiI wall, fire pluce or
chimney — we can Hitpply you.
COLUMBIA IIIIICK I'll.,
Urn Tiil tltrs.    1 rillllirook.
mtiiiniiiiiiiitllimiiiiiiitlillliiiimitlmiiliiimtlliiiiiinitlliiiiiiiiiillt
CONCKRTR AT HOME DURING TIIE LONG, COI.D
WINTER EVENINGS
Get in touch with Calgary, Edmonton, Regina, Chicago, Minneapolis, Seattle, Vancouver, Victoria, Portland,
San Francisco. l.os Angeles, Etc., with our
NORTHERN ELECTRIC SET   $165.00
EXTRA HEAR PIECES  7.50
Electric Supply Shop
Phone 49
P. O. Box 909
STAR SECOND  11/ ID  STOKE
PafcOM    I.
We p»y the but prioee suing tor ill
kinds ot furniture- Wa buy anything from n mouse tr i to »n aut/w
•nobtle.
W   W. Kllby, Auctioneer mid Valuer
LARGE FRONT ROOM to rent lu
First Class house. Apply Box (J.,
Herald Olllce. 39
MAID WANTED: Poultion open for
neat, reliable girl, with experience
in cooking and housekeeping, fur
family of two. Will pay $30,00 per
month if entirety satisfactory. QflOd
home. Fully modern house. Send
reference with application, N. 1>1
Sun ford, P. O. Box 246, Fernie, H.C.
40
HOOD ROOM AND BOARD.      Enquire nt. Herald Olllce. 40-41
WANTED. — Young buly to undertake
pleasant and lucrative work among
friends. Hood remuneration and
opportunity to earn money for
Christmas. Particulars nl Herald
Offlce. astf
FOR SALE—At   once.   Four roomed
house,    era nbrook   st reel     A inn
kitchen stove, blinds, wood nml mul.
Apply, o. s. Itoe. ci'lt Constable,
40
ROOM POR HEAD STORAGE for two
earn. Apply Kimberley Stage Office. :t7lf
FOR  SALE- 8   h.p.   llevYllh. gasoliim
engine, water cooled, dual ignition,
lu    excellent   condition;     42"  auw,
mounted on pull down typo carriage
with doublo drive. I.o., from engine
to cu it in t*o nml carringo to saw,
cnniiileie with S" beltn, shnl'tn, bear*
lngn, pulleys, etc, all in excellent
condition, Also lumber engine house
logging track, runners, etc. For
further particulars apply Crnnbrook
Foundry ami Machine Simps. 87-89
TO-1.ET -- Housekeeping Rooms, op-
ply 808 Dewar Avenue. mt
FOR SALE, — 12 roomed house. For
particulars apply Mrs, A. Crawford,
204 Harden Avenue. ;i;iif
Phone 353
FOR SALE — Seven roomed house,
garuge, fully modem und in first-
class condition, at very reasonable
figure. Apply Herald. :iltf
FOR SALE—Cider Cooler, Bur Counter, Ribbon Case and Cash Register. Cheap for cash. Charles
Morrison, Kimberley, B.C.        27tf
jFOR RENT—Offlce to rent two doom
from Veoeala Hotel, apply to John

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