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PROBINCIAL LIBRARY
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CkVSBROOK, BRITISH COLUMBIA.   THURSDAY,   DECEMBER   1M1i.i«I
N I' Vt li E R    4 4
hr 1st mas
Cfelebratln' Christmas, in lhe gnod, old tlu-ir apprais-.-in-.-iii ui the blessed Master's
fashioned  way    everybody  mindful  of  the knee.—Doubtless feel Ills presence as ihey
spirit of llu- dnv—lends a benediction tu lhe did ill linllil
young and tu the old,   who   gather   to   re* Celebratln, Christmas  with its sptrlt  iu
hearse the sweetest stun ever mid. ,|,,. heart,—Faith an' hive su mingled, that
Little  children—happy  in  the  Yule-loji's they can't be told apart.   .   .   .   Su devutluu
cheery   glow   —• much  the same as babjes purer nor prbfounder in its sway, than fain
nineteen hundred years agi Qettln'     Ily observance of • blessed Christmas Day.
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By "AllliKN" '
ngain as tho festive
. nth, our hearts burn within
I   . if h   van  and  Minors of
PI iintment and dis-
im«)Ot]  through   national  hai
ioes;   through   the
... tltion nf trade and Com-
i      ..-■     implc and effective
Bethlehem persists through
enturles, influencing society to
- deeds, to kindly thought!
*  ■;, .    ran   co npussionatono -
through whii li It experien-
of giving.
■■: htng  i"  reflecl
.   .ine day
■   .\\u-.i tin' world secmi
tl the spirit of goodwill.
ai \ of the birth j
Christ    b facl ho common
fall to sec ll  ;<    the Most
'im acle   of   the   ages.
h.. thouiand yearn ago iiu-*
bom,   Hi- bed wai » rude
pi .   hli   parents  poor  nm!  un !
hli country :i vassal ittt« ot
Rome.    In manhood ns in birth, hi*
niiitttv found no place for him. and
i f thirty-three he was
pised nnd rejected of his peoplo,
n warded with the crown of;
and the felon's death. He,
himself, wrote nothing that we know
►f, tin1 historian of his day gives
iiim bul scout notice, ami the Roman
empire did not pause at what was
supposed tu bi1 merely the crucifixion of another rabid Jewish nation*
:ili i Thus bogan and thus ended
ihe earthly life of him whoso birth
vc commenimorate on Chrtstntai
doi. Rome's famous emperors have
pn ied nwoy, her mighty legions ttre
buried in tlm dual of a forgotten
past,  her ancient iplandori are re
^ctretifc'inMWtwtw;
membered
inly
iy  Hi
history,    in
fuel
all h
rarles with
ill.-.
varii
ih,* world'*
men
nry  p
uml by hi
,
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mllial
V!i item .
ill .,*
ot liis  tan
can
pail nf llu-
twentieth c
thovo   ev'e
ruts  of
iitempo-
Followers
\y. every
this, the
is known
Whal
all-powerful
hriel
trangc
Influo
il
lv;
lifr
Why should h
universally foi
years, and an
her  nun  hla i
change  thc ri
stand
separatl
dern   world'.1     How
for m> staggering i
birth he honored
nearly   two   thousand |
iver increasing
;.y'.'     Whv  shot
lijJchn Paul Rlchter?    "Christ    .   .   .
Ktnnting j wj10i  being the holiest amongst   the
mighty  nnd   the  mightiest  amongst
I the holy, lifti il v ith his pierced hand
empire   off their hinges, turned the
i: pn it   of   It!  ehaii-
ende
Id !,<
.  and   iu I, ui r| -till governi the ages/1 Cae-
the central and solitary figure   hn in    Cicero. Porlclei  nor Socrates,
the ancient and the mo* j Alexander the  Greal   nor Napoleon.
i!an we account : huve i        'd so ui ic-pio an Influence,
statement  fromfWhy has the ineefc and lowly Jesua
Come On, Old Santa. W
ef  Nazareth?        Why  do men who
claim   him   as   their   iovei
affirm the Inestimable worth of Individuality, labor for the establishment
.if peaee and   ustici i" the
realisation of social Ideals, and, »•.
great   personal   lacriflce,   i
lilfht  and blessing of rivillsal
the uttcrmosl pari        thi   •
There In bul  ■■■ *
«wer   mei n Jesus I
ideal lelTes, and a
whidi they may find Ood    0
nee the real I
ximplicK)   si all
noble respond* and thty folti ■■■
■      i.   him an Rod      -"  '
n inity,  u  the  heaven born   U
guiding the destiny of   I     I
painful, up hill - limb from tl
ley uf th?    i ii
mountain  peal nd low.
What n strengthening of faith and
hope    thi*    Chi
. iii ingl   \\ Ith *!'■■'■ i onfldi 11 '■
v.f  look   into  the  future,  realising
iliat civilisation through all Its mani
fold  changei  coi tantl r rem   -
youth.   A* the Wfth of ' hrlfcl
i ihe dawn of a new world two thousand years ago, so will his living spirit, more alive in the hearts of men
thin Christmai, bring to full fruition
those noble ideals of life which surge
within the hearts of  true human!*
tarlons, If for one day In the y,-,,]
thc heart ot humanity can draw clo^e
to thai rude manger and cateh ths
promise  oi"  Qod   In   the  ihepherd's
song of peaee on earth, goodwill toward" men. may wa not hope that in
lhc future a ( hristmas, day shall
ilitun which ••hall not pap." from the
eartM What a woild thi* would bu
if thc ChrktntM spirit should ahi.la
with us throughout thc Mtfl
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THE  CRAITRROOi:  HKRAI*
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Friday, December 26th, 1924
WYCUFFi
INTERESTING ITEMS CONCERNING HAPPENINGS IN AND ABOUT THE BUSY TOWNS ON THE NORTH BRANCH, WHERE MINING, LUMBERING AND FARMING INTERESTS ARE SUPREME
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Over   and   over   again   you've  heard
The   wish   that   is   written   here,
But   each   repitition  adds   wealth   to   the   words,
"Merry    Christmas  and   Happy   New  Year."
P. BURNS & CO.
KIMBERLEY     BRITISH   COLUMBIA
I   KIMBERLEY
| NEWS NOTES I
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William Selby Jr., is home from
ho Coast, to spend the Christmas
holidays with his parents.
List
Bros.
your   property
with Martin
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The junior hockey team of Klmborloy will play the juniors of Cninlirook on Friday,
Hiss Mildred llui-dott is home for
.he Christmas holidays.
Miss Ida Hanlngton, who hns boon
attending school nt Victoria, arrived
home thc end of the week to spend
:.lio holiday season with her parents.
Sho wns accompanied liy her grandmother, Mrs. Hanington, sen.
mrr:!.^  *
... j     Mr.  James  Kelly,  of  Kimberley,
1   .. ho has been in the St Eugene Hos-
B | pital for several weeks, passed away
. J ] i -• i.   i institution on Monday mor-
'-."'   b .-.     iir. Kelly wns respected by
,i   !: . 'V him, and will be mis-
nona I ■   friends in the district.
THE FAMILY
HERALD
I, s, or that i
CALEN:
Plo.it
;ranln
On<
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May Christmas bring
you joys that last long
after it's bright
day is past
Weekly
whnt the pi bile v
I  n   beautiful   c
Everyone who i<
won'l be ha]   ■
hiinaeir.   Th«   :a!
obtained by  it
Hy Herald and  V
subscriptions ore
; Cop ■ ■•  cannot be
Family Herald nnu
tontreal have given
v. ints, in the form
calendar for   1925.
this work of art
he has one for
i far can only be
■ ril jrs to the Fam-
ffi • dy Star whose
received in time.
btalned by any-
BURT  WALLACE
BAKERY
Kimherley
wi-.ii the
onr not a subscriber,
.-■Jo of Old  Dobbin,'*
flowing with human
a maaterpleee which
tire looking  it     Jn i
calei lar
picture,
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B.C.
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endor is entitled, "The
The picture
and is over-
interest,    It is
ou will never
• Idition to the
the    Family
'   subscriber  ■..
'■:. as five
in  a   simple
who secures
*ns tliei e are
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*~* ■■'■. nm, ■ - -n \.tv :•■ -ii free o   cl nrge
[to   ■      •; dress     The  Fi ■-■ ly   H r
</**•*****, aid  holds Ita position  us easily the
fin -.si ■■:  .!! popular ournals,
"n tlmt new bulld-
' Tin see Geo. R.
.   : ,'lder of Kim
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M   r       upending
hei    arents,
■   dir        th    Dast
few '..   tt*nd n    ic   ol ..
torin.
Mr. H. wh i» ■ ^' Tuesday fo
Creston, v ■* he vlll spend '■■■u
Christmas si \
The picture i id   Cl istmi
tree  was ccrtai.i     a   rres     ucecsa
last Tuesday after; and    hun
dreds    of    children    i'... n<     h   m
happy with their arms r 11 i     lifts
and loaded with candy.     ftd '   "■" -
was here in full force, which   I lig
ted  the  little  ones.     The   ch
marched from the schoolhouse,
ded by the band, and carrying tl
I I   '..   .:.■, ,: credit ;? due the
ioh i ■ much ' " ■■-■■  Ir
the  af ah     of  the  kiddles  and  in
One Christ-
i   mas Eve
* A Story by "ARDEN"
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Tho Cubnrct De Luxe wns (?or(je-
ously decorated. Its gonial proprietor hnd done nil thnt wns humnnly
possible to sutisfy thc vnriod tnstes
Of his wealthy patrons. In the wholo
of I'nris nothinn could equal tho magnificence of the Do Luxo.
It wns Christinas Eve. The city
was ablaze with light.
A smile of triumph played around
the lips of Monsieur Martincnu as
tho well attired ladies and gentlemen
of the smnrt set entered his fashionable establishment. He hnd a surprise in store for them. Mon Dieui
The most fnstidious would rub his
eyes to-nightl
The orchestra crashed forth its
opening selection. The dancing commenced. Monsieur's highly polished
floors were excellent. No one could
resist the subtle, alluring and altogether seductive strains of the De
Luxe symphonic orchestra. It arous.
ed thc emotions to the point of intensity. It swept the spirits of the dan*
cers. It was the hind that drives
men and women to the verge of insanity — and r.ionsieur.i's guests en
joyed that. The whole atmosphere
tion.
The orchestra ceased. The members of the smart set with flushed
faces, sought the refreshment tables.
Monsieur Martineau rubbed his
hands gleefully. His moment had
<-ome
A won -in glided into the room to
tli merd -emulous tones of a vio-
lln, brought irth by the hand of a
muter. She „, peared more like a
vision from an u .-eai world. Only
a on lear Martineau could have
found ueh a o >n an- i graceful in
form, bo ravishing]? bc tiful. Mon-
...*..-!• wo <i:l i ive nothing b t excel-
i ■   -.   Was he aol tho proprietor of
,ri".;.^.i
Pa Luxe?
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liyeallullyjyiMrecialwe
of the part j
vour fiitnoshipi
and  palronaMl
^havn. pla.yea _  I
I*"*irv oOr>progress     I
wc cxlenJ to you .._ )^
CKrgSjgpyi
I      artd-oup -   |""'VJ"
Sincere • pood-Wiuhes
-fo^  a-     [
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onlin-u-xd Joy
n at,ei   T      I
prospenly.   I
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THE OTIS STAPLES
LUMBER COMPANY, Limited
WYCLIFFE and KIMBERLEY;
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spond tf,
CHRISTMAS   1924
MAY YOU HAVE A CHRISTMAS THAT WILL LINGER
LONG   IN   THE TREASURE
CHEST  OF  YOUR MEMORY.
Kimberley   Electric   Service
H. T. Kirby     G. E. Sessions
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Give —
MY VALET
A Trial
HIGH CLASS LAUNDRY
— Dry Cleaning & Pressing —
Near Sash tt Door Co. Office
W. W. PARNELL
PLASTERER
Lathing & Chimney Building
Eire Places
ROOM 2      •      DIMOR'S
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Wishing you a Christmas
ot Cheer and a New Year
filled   with   Happiness.
Illljjjljlljijl
RYLEY'S
BAKERY
ijj   Kimberley
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Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada, Limited.
OFFICES, SMELTING AND REFINING DEPARTMENT
TRAIL,   BRITISH COLUMBIA
SMELTERS AND  REFINERS
Purchasers of fluid, Silver, Copper, Lead and Zinc Ores
Producers of (iold, Silver, Copper, I'ijj Lead and Zinf
"TADANAC"BRAND
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Morrison & Burke
Dealen In Coal and Wood
TB1SSFER ffOHK DONE
Till roar wire, and Mil roar
friends
looked sfter.
Mr. fiennliu
Trail, where h,.1
mas holidays.
Miss Ruth t&dert
the Christmas holfdn
ents.
■   i   la   pi nd ng
..., with  ii r i ir-
Mr. Joe Getgericl
ison left on   fw- ■<:■
spend Christ '
Geigerich.    Vey  ■
few dtiys at thl  ' \
ning.
and Bill Aitch-
\  for Kasl.. to
■ 1 o *■■ ■■   Mr.
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DAN'S TAXI
Sundi  WYCLIFFE HOTEL
— Trips Anywhere —
— Prices Reasonable —
Special Trips Arranged
Cora for Hire with or Without
Driver
Mr. Neil ii ... n lefl     , Sun
day to spem ■'..-.a as . iiu family in Alberta. He expects to be
away about two weeks.
The curling match which was to
hove been played on Saturday between Kimberley and Cranbrnok,
was called off owing to some of the
Cranbrook teams not being able to
come up. However, some good
games were had between Concent
tor nnd Town, thc latter winning in
both games. A grand ond glorioui
feed was arranged by C. Cook and
Boston brown bread ond baked beans
were greatly in evidence, to say
nothing of all the rest. A good time
was had by all. The rinks from the
Concertrator were skipped by McGowan and Jordan, and thc Town
rinks by Hob Crorar ond James.
MARTIN BROS. PAY FOR ASHES
Better see them and get a fire in-
BUranee policy in a strong Board
Company, before your turn cornea to
check up your ashes. Phono 14,
Crnnbrook, B.C. 3l!tf
. i   appea .
•..:■! iiMvar','
- bou! that would re '
music  of tijp  violin, i
ban Is   <A   B   r,o>^r,';
onghth   whole gam t|
tlons.      Shf hod
CHRISTMAS   1924
Among the other greetings
These few words small appear.
But just enough to hold a wish
For old-time Christmas cheer.
SA? GENT'S
SERVICE GARAGE
MMBEREE1
b.i:.
body, too, through which her soul
found expression. She commenced
to dance. The strains of music
sounded soft, pleasing, enticing.
Every movement of the woman was
in harmony and showed the perfect
curves of her body. It was an artistic exhibition of the highest order.
Louder and louder, sensuous and
more sensuous sounded the music,
until it seemed to flood the entire
room; and the woman responded. It
wns daring, beautiful, harmonious,
Wild ond tempestuous strains now
broke forth from the violin and the
woman danced as one rocked with
stormy  passions. Her  audience
gazed upon her intently. They were
fascinated—made absolutely captive
by the woman who danced for them,
Even monsieur was much enthused.
*rhe surprise was surpassing even his
own expectations. She circled nearer
nnd nearer to the beholders, swaying
towards them with strange seductive
charms.
Unnoticed, a little child of the
slums, ragged and bare of foot, had
mode her way to the dancer. She shivered with cold, but here eyes shone
with a light of childish wonder os
she murmured innocently, "Is this
Santa's palace, 'cos me want him so
badly?" Just then the Salvation
Army band struck out upon the cold
night air, "Hark, The Herald Angels
Sing, Glory to the New Born King.
Monsieur's guest3 rose in awful
silence and passed out. They had
seen the faco of Christ in the eyes
of the child.
A. Johnson
Mens' Furnisher
BOOTS AND SHOES
Salt Cases and Trim-kit
OVERALLS
Booti and Shoe, Neatly Repalrod
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KIMBERLEY
ATHLETIC and SOCIAL
CLUB
:   Kimberley, B.C.
Under the Management of
J. LOMDARDI
Everybody Made Wei-
A
CHRISTMAS   1924
We'd like to find a fitting rhyme
To send to you this Christmas time,
Yet rhyme of prose cannot express
I low much we wish you happiness.
S. R. WORMINGTON
-PAINTER-
^8£P   Kimberley   -   -    B.C.
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Christmas time again is here,
Accept once more
Our wish sincere;
The old, old wish, but
Still expressing
Kindest thoughts and
Christmas Blessing.
J.  C. ADAMS
Jeweler Kimberley
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You have heard it before,
The greeting we send,
But somewhere each time
The words seem to lend
A charm that is bright
A hope ever new—
So it's just "Merry Christmas"
We're sending to you.
DR. C. W. HUFFMAN, Chiropractor
KIMBERLEY
(Over Kimberley Hardware)
Mondays, Wednesday! &
Fridays
10 to 6
And by Appointment
CRANBROOK
(Hanson Block)
Tuesdays, Thursdays <&
Saturdays
11 -12 and 2 - 5
Alio by Appoint mant Friday Decemfcr 26th'. 1924
THE  CRANBROOK  HERALD
l» A 0 R    F I v n
MERRY CHRISTMAS DANCE, December 25th
AUDITORIUM
ROBINSON'S FOUR PIECE ORCHESTRA
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To wish you a very Merry
Christmas and a Bright and
Happy New Year
CHRISTMAS
fr UNCLE JOHN
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The
CRANBROOK
H
anson
Garage
B.C.
VU HI IF. tl
>>   Iheir »a;
food,   old   Lii
'hanksgivin'
forty sorts ol i
■.WAV
The Annual Meeting
of the G. W. V. A. will be held in the
G. W. V. A. HALL at 6.30 p.m., and the
Annual Banquet
at 8.00 p.m., on
Saturday, December 27th
■ Kuicr.il run nf holidays Is merry in
.there's nml in' quite so joyous as the
ristmas .!.-.. rhere's ■.-harms about
:'.al a [el] r can'l ckny-—and there's
hunder in the Fourth of old July. . . .
then, wc can I ignoro mir birthdays, though thev
roll arouml too i. i, which sets a man to Bggcrin'
mebbe which will be the last. . . . Till early Tn De-
ceinbi-r, as the statement mikes yer eye, thai to do
yer shoppln earl) is the safest way lo buy.
I hen lhe childcrn keu-h the spcrit, either luM or
second-hand,—O, it's heaven—or mighty nigh it—
when Old Santy" leads the hand! ... And we
dream of basted lurkey everv time we shet our eyes,
and iln- dressin am] cranberries—an' the mince-
me.it in the pies! . . Shucks! 1 ain't Kot style to
write t—nor tin- tain' words to tell of mv fond anticipations of the merry Christmas bell. . ' . F.very
playln music, nircd or voutliftil—great or
1.1 „„-.. ,;,, ,™"" lik'-' Persiflage to holler,
MLNm  CHRISTMAS, ONE AND AI.l.!"
heart
sm.l
IMPERIAL HOTEL AT
FORT STEELE TOTAL
LOSS  FROM   FIRE
Outbreak Starts in Attic, But
Nothing Can Be Done to
Check the Flames
Among the other greetings
These few words small appear,
But just enough to hold a wish
For oldtime Christmas cheer.
EAST   KOOTENAY
GREENHOUSE
G. B. WILLIS
W. R. Wilson returned on Wed-1 in these trying times that it has a
nesday from n business trip -which man of the calibre of Mr. Wilson nt
took in Winnipeg St. Paul nnd Spuo- the head of Its chief industry. Give
kane. W. R. was looking for busln- him a chance — he will yet put this
ess and got it.    It is well for Fernie town on the map.—Fernie Free Preas.
<te'.\tt.notlene'l.fl.n.n.ii.n.ei. "iss "ari' P"^* °' Toronto, sis
W'M.iViiWliM«V«MsV«S«liS«ii« ter of Mrs. W. R. Grubbe, arrived in
ft SV-..4.J..,—_ -C...M 58 the city on Tuesday, and is making
jg  GreetlllgS    irOm g|» stay of some time here
.S       T1.A     W....       .«     Thc Herold ha(1 expecte(| t,, pub.
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At the Holiday Season we would express to you
our appreciaton of past favors, and wish
you
A HAPPY CHRISTMAS
AND ALL PROSPERITY
DURING THE COMING YEAR.
B. WESTON'S STORE
Cranbrook  -  B.C.
CHRISTMAS   1924
We trust the past year has brought
you Success, and extend Best
Wishes for continued Prosperity during 1925.
Cranbrook Cartage
and Transfer Co.
::^JF
C. A. TOWRISS
T. ROBERTS    ,;
	
The Mayor
In extending my earnest and heartfelt greetings
to onr residents for this
season, I am doing not
only what is my duty, but
a great pleasure,    ns    1
know
well
that
the
our atv,
lish in this week's paper a greeting
from Dr. J. H. King, of Ottawa, but
advice came by wire that the mat
ter had not been mailed till Friday
last, so that it was not on hand in
3-5 time for publication this week.
to* —
tw      Next Saturday the Kimberley Ju
B ni°r All-Stars    will    play the Cran
district, has tn*
made distinct progress 9L
during the past year, and flf
as compared with many B
other towns, we have ve- B
as ^ brook Juniors and the Bluebirds will
ft ry much to congratulate *jj)
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m
I
ourselves on. *to
I trust that the work of m
the Council during the B
past year, has mi-t with gfi
general approval, as the ^S
greatest good for the »*,
greatest number has been ^L
my aim. and every eitort sL
has been made in that dir- jf
ection. B
B
I can truthfully say to*
that present indications S
point to further progress &t
for the coming year, and -SB
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play the Kimberley jrirlB teem. The
firBt half of the girls game will follow the first half of the boys', the
girls' game finishing the evening's
fun. Senior hockey practices are
also going on well, And from present
indications it would appear that the
Cranbrook team will be stronger this
year than last.
This has been tl.e time of the year
for Santa Claus to make hli visitations in the Sunday Schools, and this
week-end he had been in evidence at
the Salvation Army Christmas tree
entertainment, which was held on
Friday last. On Monday he visited at
the Presbyterian Sunday school and
on Tuesday was found very much at
home at the Baptist and Methodist
Sunday School entertainments, as
well as appearing at the Parish Hall
to part of the Anglican Sunday
School.
A. J.
BALMENT,
Ma vor
CARD OF THANKS
Mr. B. Werden" of Fort Steele
wishes to thank all those who rendered such valuable assistance at the
time of the fire on Monday, and es-
pecially to Fire Chief Adams for the
help he gave on that occasion.
THE BEST CHRISTMAS GIFT -
A Seaion Ticket for Skatng at the Arena Rink.
Now going strong every Afternoon Irom 3 to 5 p.m, and
Rvenings 8 to 10 p.m.
Except on League Game Night or other special hockey-
games as advertised.
HOME TOWN BAND EVERY FRIDAY NIOHT.
Season Tickets admit to all except Hockey Qamei.
Oood Ice       •       Well Supervised      -      The People's Rink
Wc want your support.    Come out and get the natural color
to thc cheeks.
City League Schedule StarU 23rd - Every Tuesday and
Thursday from 7 p.m. to 6 p.m.
We -xpect DISTRICT LEAGUE will open very aoon now—
Watch for the Big, Fast Oame.
We will have a number of reserved s seats in a Comfortable
Knnm.      We are also installing box lockers for our
Patons    at a low Price.
BIG GAME MAY BE ARRANGED FOR XMAS DAY
II possible;  If not, the BIO HOCKEY NIOHT wlll open on
SATURDAY NIOHT, the 27th, at 7JO, when
Kimberley will bring down their All-Star Junior  Boys and
Oirls' Teams, who will play alternately Cranbrook All-
Star Juniors and our Blue Bird Oirls.
COME OUT TO THIS BIO EVENT, AND ENCOURAGE
YOUR YOUNG PEOPLE.
Admuion • Over 16 years - 25c;
Under 16 and Ladies
COME OUT AND BOOST
ISc
Monday last the town uf Fort
Steele was visited by a fire which removed from view one of the old land
marks of the place in former times.
In the afternoon fire was discovered
in the attic of the Imperial Hotel,
and on account of the absence~of
nnw means of coping with it, the
building became u total loss. Word
was sent to Cranbrook and Fire
Chief Adams in Noel Wallinger's car
made a record run to Fort Steele.
When he arrived the fire was fully developed and there wns no hope
of any assistance being given that
could save the building. However,
atention was given to adjoining buildings with excellent results, and by
the use of six chemicals and refills
the chief succeeded in saving the
builuinfra on either side , and the
laundry in the rear. It was felt also thut the Attre Garaga across the
street was in dauger , hut It was
kept covered so that no damage resulted. In another column appears
a card of thanks addressed ta Mr.
Adams and others who lent assistance,
For a number of years the Imperial Hotel has been run by Mr. Werden, who has enjoyed the respect of
the residents of the district and the
travelling public generally, whose
needs he catered to. The building
was partly covered by insurance,
$3,000 being held by Mr. Werden in
the Globe Indemnity, and $2,000 by
Mr. Werden in the Columbia Insurance Co.
Mr. Werden's plans for the fut-
pre are uncertain. It is understood that there are other premises
stood that there are other premises
available which his friends wouM
like to sec him occupy, in the even;
of his deciding not to rebuild on tht
old site. Many arc sympathizing1
with Mr. Werden in his loss, Thi
building ls it stood could not be vc
placed today for $30,000.
Fortunately the time while the'
fire was gradually eating its intu the
building gave a space of about two
hours in which it was found pospi-
ble to save practically all the moveable contents. Owing to the water
mains being frozen, no water could
be   used   to   combat   the   fire,
Mr. T. M. Roberts is agent for the
companies carrying the insurance.
Mr. Morlew, representing the companies interested in the loss, will be
in the city on Thursday, when an
adustment will be made.
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of School Board §
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point of the schools, it K
seems quite fitting, in the if
light of several considera- Jjf
tions, to set the past year W
down as one of unusual *B
achievement. There are 5
now 567 scholars at the -j*
Central School, 120 at the R
high school, 90 at the flf
South Ward and 22 at *
& Kootenay Orchards, and B
ft this in itself is a record. It gj
{R is thc opinion of the board
backed up by the reports
of the inspectors, that the
schools were never on
up such a high plane of effi- m
S ciency from all points of B
ft view. This has been jj£
ft, brought about by a close *j
J|j co-operation of all con- S
Jgjr cerned, the benefit of the S
jar harmonious relationships m
*& existing accruing to the 2»
rg benefit of the working of B
ft the schools. The taxa- jj$
ft tion for school purposes JM
tet has been high, but it must ™
lie borne in mind that
rooms in the new addit- ■=■-■,
ion have been finished up B
ready for use without re- 'j$
sorting to a bylaw. Re- *£
duction in school rates is "M
now in sight since this ff
work has been completed. ff
In extending hearty 9
greetings to the ratepay- B
ers and those connected
with the working of the
schools, it with a sense of
appreciation of the co-operation which has been given to me in the past as
chairman of the board,
F. H. DEZALL
Chairman, School Bd.
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CHRISTMAS   1924
A Christinas Day thai is bright and clear
A world of joy for tlie coming year,
Xo end of luck, no end of cheer,
Our   wish    for   you.
Transfer & Warehouse X
COMPANY
W. E. WORDEN
CRAXBROOK, B.C.
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Wishing you the Good. Old
Wish — A Merry Christmas
and a Happy .New Vear.
Little & Atchison
Gr°c«» Cranbrook, B.C.
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And the angels sing
Peace on earth and good will to men.
Each heart must raise
It's song of praise,
For Christmastide is come again!
F. H. DEZALL
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May Contentment Share with Prosperity in all
your efforts throughout the Coming Year.
Imperial Hotel
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Best of Wishes for your Christmas
Every joy that time can hold.
Sweet contentment smiles of fortune
Happiness that's more than gold.
Mrs. £. Mcdonald
The Beauty Shop
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ranbrook Herald
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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 26th, 1924
HRISTMAS GREETING"
WE stand again on the threshold of^ another
Christmastide. As of yore the atmosphere is
laden with the felicity oi Christian worship. The
magic and charm of Christmas never ceases. Amid
ihe ever-changing lime tlio conditions of life and thc
development the peoples of the earth, it has lost
none oi its original import, its celebration never
becomes commonplace, and it rings as clear a tune,
nid a, -allium, niter the lapse of twenty centuries,
•i, it did in tlie verv dawn ..( Christianity. Once
ngain we hear the message that was first heralded
iier "Glory lo God in the highest
thi
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angelic cotirii
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and peace to men of good will." The air seems
charged with heavenly fragrance-there creeps upon
ih a buoyancy of mind and a serenity of soul, thai
lifts us out of the confines of things terrestrial and
transports us fur a space t" things divine. M
minds are fociissed on the unspeakable gift of God
to tlie world in the person of Jesus Christ.
Christmas night the long promised Messiah
born He was no longer a Messiah of sanctified
imagination. The wise men and the shepherds
gazed on thc face and form of the historical Chnsl
They worshipped Him who is the Son of God, who
would go about doing good, who would call men to
follow him into the kingdom, and who yielded to the
mysterious passion of the cross for man's redemption.
Christ's magic power has been felt in the political, economic, social, as well as the religious life
of the world. He is the source of tlie world's deepest peace. He is the centre of all its true joys. Ihis the redeeming, quickening and inspiring power of
the world.
In virtue of this deep meaning of Christmas, it
will always be looked upon as the most joyous season of the year, the greatest family festive occasion
in Christendom. In union with this Christmas
cheer, greetings, and kind wishes, we greet all our
friends with the time honored, "A Merry Christmas."
REV. J. P. EIIMANN,
Kimberley, B.C.
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"GOD WITH US"
(ERE is one great desire that fills the hearts
f nil, uf every race, tongue and kindred, and
hatis ih*.' desire fnr happinei s. Christ came lo bring
is happiness, if we will only receive it. Christ
hows us that happiness is to be won, not by the as-
ertion of self, bul in sacrifice, not so much by what
we receive as in what we give out. He is the supreme example, and it is as we follow his example
and give ourselves unsparingly for others that wc
radiate happiness and we, ourselves, share in what
we give to others. If we withhold our greetings or
if we do not open our hearts we are thc poorer.
Let your greetings and "Merry Christmas be
sincere, uttered with a full heart and may Christ
indeed bless you on His own Birthday.
REV. F. V. HARRISON
CHRISTMAS THOUGHTS
WF
Uf*OD IS WITH US:" That is the meaning of
\J that miraculous birth we celebrate with such
gladness to-day. "His name shall lie called Ininian-
uel." (which may he translated. God is with us).
It means that God has actually taken our human nature into union with his divine nature in the
incarnation of Jesus Christ. The purpose of his coming is declared by Inmianuel himself, viz: "lo give
his life a ransom for many." Matt. 20:28. Then, I
argue that he who has undertaken my case is my
brother, he loves me and will do his best for mc,
and further, since lie is "God with us," he has infinite power and will not fail in what he has undertaken, and since thc sacrifice he has made for my
redemption is connected with his own person, it lias
infinite merit, antl I am not afraid to trust it as thc
price in full for my redemption, "In whom we have
redemption by the blood he shed."Eph. 1 7.
"God is with us," also for our comfort in sorrow. He wept with the sisters at the tomb of their
brother, and he still is "touched with the feeling of
our infirmities." Hcb. 4:15.
"God is with 11s," as our leader, guide and cm-
powcrer for service. He says, in Matt. 28:20. "I
will be with you all the time to the very end."
In thc dying words of John Wesley. "Thc best
of all is, God is with us."
REV. W. T. TAPSCOTT.
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FOR A HAPPY CHRISTMAS
E are in the presence of tbe crib of Bethlehem
and lhe Christ child. Tlie hymn of the angels
and lhe wonder of thc shepherds, the gifts of thc
three kings. Rachel bewailing her children, signifying to us the fulfilment of the prohesles, lt is the
birth of the Redeemer, whose career was marvellous
from beginning to end, marvellous also for thc new
era opened to human society. To recognie in Christ
lhe divine as well as the human nature is the only
valid explanation of the large influence with which
he rules the minds and affections wherever be is
known throughout the world.
St. Paul speaks clearly of the divinity of Christ,
"Who being in the form of God thought it not robbery to bc equal with God." (Phillipp. 2:6) "for in
Him dwcllctb the Godhead corporally." (Col. 2:9).
St. John is equally clear. "In thc beginning was the
Word . . . and the word was God . . . the Word
was made flesh." (John 1).
Jesus refers to liis own divine nature when he
says, "I and thc Father arc one. His Jewish ene
mies took up stones to throw at him, being unwilling to admit his claims, "Thou being man, makest
thyself God." (John 10:30,33). On previous occa*
sions these enemies sought lo kill him because he
"said God was his Father," making himself equal to
God. (John 5:18). In the end Christ's declaration of
his divine Sonship, and his reference to his future
coming in the clouds of the heavens, was the avowed
reason for thc Jewish council to condemn him to
death. (Matt. 26:63,64).
Jesus restored sight to the blind, he healed lepers, turned water into wine, multiplied loaves, calmed thc tempest, called back Lazarus after he lay-
dead four days. He raised himself from thc dead.
What else do wc see here exercised but a divine
power that belongs to Jesus, because lie is God.
"Destroy tbis temple and in three days 1 will raise it
up again."
Christians therefore rejoice in an almighty deliverer. They rejoice in his birth and incarnation
celebrated at Christmas, because while he was God,
(or the love of us, he assumed also a human nature
to make it possible for us to participate in thc blessings of liis divinity.
REV. FATHER MURPHY
;-    ilEST, LIGHTEST' j
BAKING
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Alder mnn Visiting in Winnipeg
Mr. and Mrs. G, D. Cnrlylo loft on
.Sunday evening for Wlnnlpog, where
thoy will spend a two weeks' vacation, visiting with relatives there.
SCHEDULE DRAWN UP
FOR CITY HOCKEY
LEAGUE GAMES
Following is thc schedule of games for the city league, which were
due to start thie week:
Fint Half
1924
Rovers vs. Y. M. C. A., Dec. 18
Victorias vs. High School Dec. 28
Y.M.C.A. vs. Victorias   Dec. 26
High School vs. Rovers  Dec. 80
1926
Rovers vs. Victorias   Jan.  1
High School vs. Y.M.C.A  an 6
Y. M. C. A. vs. RoverB Jan. 8
High School vs. Victorias .... Jan. 13
Victorias vs. Y. M. C. A Jan. 16
Uovoi'B vs. High School   Jan. 20
Victorias vs.  Rovers   Jnn. 22
Y. M. C. A. vs. High School .. Jan. 27
Second   Half
Rovers vs. Y.M.C.A.   Jan. 29
Victorias vs. High School .... Feb. 3
Y. M. C, A. vs. Victorias  Feb. 6
High School vs. Rovers   Feb. 10
Rovers vs. Victorias   Feb. 12
High School vs. Y,M.C.A. ... Feb. 17
Winners of each half to play off
two gamo out of three.     Last named team home team.
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CO-OPERATIVE STORES
May your Christmas be Merry
and your New Tear
the best ever.
Cranbrook Dist. Co-Op. Soc.
Merry Christmas
AND A
Happy
New Year
THANKING YOU ALL FOR
YOUR KIND PATRONAGE.
Raworth Bros.
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THE SIGNIFICANCE OF CHRISTMAS
ANYTHING one can say or do to help others to
a finer and worthier appreciation of Christmas
is of inestimable value. To readers of this journal
1 should like to pass on, at this glad season, some
things that 1 have found both interesting and mosl
suggestive,
As each Christmas season approaches 1 make
sure that three hooks are at hand. To begin with,
I read the story of the Nativity as we have it in the
Gospels. From thc Gospels I turn to a reading of
Dickens' "Christmas Carol." and then to Urct
I lark's "The I.uck of Roaring Camp."
Nothing in any literature comes up to thc Gospel narratives, and nothing lhat I know of, outside
of the bible, fits in for nn- quite so delightfully and
suggestively as the stories named, by Dickens and
Hrct Hartc. If there arc any other stories known
to thc readers of this paper equal tn thc works named, these readers ought to niake the names of such
works known.
In addition lu reading the hooks mentioned it
is very necessary that one should Ret into intimate
touch with some little children and also some people
to whom one can show the silver lining of the
black cloud they feel is hanging over them.
To many there may seem to be a certain incongruity in the group of books mentioned as also in
the different classes of persons named, but I am only
tclling others of what I have tried fnr myself. It is
my firm conviction that as many as try thc plan I
have suggested will not need to have others wish
them a Happy Christmas, Theirs will be the real
overflowing joy of a Tiny Tim who could only express whal he felt by saying, "God bless us all."
KEV. E. W. MACKAY
Knox Church
I am offered the privilege of sending a Christmas
message to thc readers of thc Herald, for
wliich I heartily lhank the editor.
Christmas—what docs it mean to us? What
can wc make it mean to the world?
At the birth of the lowly babe in the manger
two thousand years ago, midnight shone witli light
from heaven, and angels broke into song for men to
hear. Was it all only a phantasmagoria fading into
a darker night? Or was it a true appreciation of
the significance nf thc fact of God breaking into the
ways of men? Arc all thc after years to drag on
with only a broken hope? Or are wc to believe that
when God comes into the ways of life, there will
come happiness and peace? It is to this latter hope
I cling with all the assurance of my faith in Jesus
Christ.
Even the faint recognition of Him which we
give, sends thc warmer glow of the Christmas season. It is in Ilis spirit that wc find such pleasure in
thc happiness of childhood anil the relief of want
and suffering, whicli so largely constitutes the joy
uf the season. A dim realization of the great fact
Gnd has come to dwell among men, makes selfishness hide its head while the angels of mercy and love
walk the pathways of this matter-of-fact old world?
li mi little of lhe Christmas spirit can do so
much, what would it not do if we were lo thoroughly incorporate it into lite throughout lhc year? The
great disturbers of mankind are selfishness and distrust By these have been bred all faction and war
ami bloodshed of all lime. Hut as inevitably as winter snows are doomed by summer heat, so surely
these enemies of human good are doomed by the
■pirit which Christ would bring- The angels' promise of peace and goodwill musl become a reality
when love bears rule.
Then let us live in that spirit throughout the
year, lt is not enough that we should pray, "Thy
Kingdom come," We must live the Kingdom if
ever it is to come into life. With that spirit in the
heart, it will work itself out in a thousand ways.
Wc may not always have the festival season. There
will be times when we will feel thc self-denial sharp
and thc service burdensome. But with life at its
dreariest wc will have always the vision of thc Kingdom before us; and at its best, joy will rise with a
triumphant note unknown but in thc angels' song,
"Glory to God ill the highest, and on earth peace,
good will to men."
With the prayer that wc may thus realize the
purpose of his coining, I wish you a VERY HAPPY
CHRISTMAS AND A PROSPEROUS NEW
YEAR.
REV. U. C. FREEMAN
In the belief that the joy of human relationship constitutes a great, and perhaps the
greatest, satisfaction in business, we approach the end of the year with deep appreciation of how fortunate we have been in the
loyalty of our friends.
We extend to you our cordial Christmas Greetings, with best wishes for your happiness and prosperity in the New Year.
D. A. BURTON & SON
"Dan's Place"
! TheBluebird
Beauty Parlor
SERVICE  TO THE  LADIES
MARCELLING and HOT CURLING
SHAMPOOS, Plain and Fancy
FACIAL AND SCALP TREATMENTS
PLAIN & ELECTRIC MANICURING
AD Up-to-Date Equipment
PRICES REASONABLE
EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT
!! Phone 17
Mrs. G. Burgess.
Residence 58
Nexl Door to St»r Theatre
ANOTHER COMPETITION!!
GREAT STUFF!!
The directors of thc A. STRANOE SHOE REPAIR CO.
have been approached by a deputation from their numerous
and distinguished clientele, who pointed out that Strange'*
Shoe Repairs alone, of all thc larger business concerns of Cranbrook did not put ou a lotery or a competition for the Christmas trade.
Being now, as always, anxious to please everybody, the
Strange Shoe Repair Co. announces its competition hereby
and herewith: .. ^Ai9tkt%Ma\
Mary Is twenty-four yean of age.
Mary is twice as old as Ann was when Mary
was as old as Ann is now.
How old is Ann?
Each intending and contending competitor to bring in with
each answer a pair of shoes to bc repaired, (and which, by the
way, will he repaired nicely at usual rates) and, when all answers arc in and placed in a sack the correct answer shall be
decided by the ancient method ot "dipping in the sack."
Take your time over it.
WISHING YOU THE COMPLIMENTS OF THE SEASON)
P.S.—The Editor has just pointed out to us the evident
absence ot any prise. We wish to say that when your shoes
are nicely repaired at merely usual rates, that thla surely
ought to be prize enough.—A. STRANGE.
A. STRANGE Shoe Repairs
ARMSTRONG AVE. Opp. Imperial   Hotel
Mr. John Gibbard, ot Mission City, Is n guest of Rev. ond Mrs. B. C.
Freeman at the.Methodist Parsonage
during the holiday Benson.
Will See New York Auto Show
Mr. nnd MrB. P. M. MacPhorson
ul Masters Marshall nnd Alan, left
Ion ijunilny fm- Winnipeg, where they
will spend ihe Christmas holidays nt
the home of Mrs. MncPhci-son'fl mother In that city. After tho holidays
the boys will return for school coming back -.villi Mr. nnd Mrs. Carlyle,
while Mr. nml Mrs. MacPherson will
continue their trip to New York,
Washington, D.C., nnd other eastern
points.
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and Comfortable Rooms
GO TO—
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THE
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Van Horne St., Opp Fgt. Sheds
ARE NOW OPEN.
If you want a homo that ll com.
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Kiddies' Books
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IYOMKN'8  INSTITUTE
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PROFESSIONAL CABD9
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rfcone I).    OtOee Benrst
I to 18, t to S p.m.  8ats,
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Dec. Reports
Central School
DIVISION I — Entrance A
Shield for highest attendance won
liy Diviaion I,—!'7.7 per cent.
First Clnss, TT, per cent, nm! u\'"r.
Ernest Worden 85.0, Norn Miles
S-1.8, Leltch Paterson 70.0. Pnul Harrison 75.
Second Class 00 per cent, und
over.
Mildred Bridges 74.0, Uiu'ld Kv-
nns 72.0, Union Heise 71,'J. Melanie
Lebeau, 71,5, Dnvid Evans 09.5,
Denis Turner 00.5, Norma Kurtees
liO.3, Frank Martin Oil, Ida McGregor 08.5, Marlon Cnrr 07.fi. Arthur
Snknruiclii G7.0, Mabel Clark fi0.il,
Jack Atchison 00,5, Solved Lund-
nuist 00, Madeline Woodman 05.0.
Gladys Stone 05.1, Ronald Moffatt
fi.'l.S, Kathleen Henderson 02.5, Eva
Nicholson 02.3. Lnuro Hall 00.0,
Gurnet Patmore 00.-1, Audrey Collier
llrs. Green -ft MacKinnon
Physicians and Surgeons
Ofllco at  residence. Armstrong
Avenue
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Sundays  2.00 to 4.00
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"t takes 3,000 persona to
make the boots worn by the
people ot British Columbia and
only 108 in the boot making
industry are at work here,"
says Mr, W.'L. Macken. Five
thousand garment workers are
needed to clothe the British
Columbia population, yet only
384 find employmeent at their
trnde here.
n these two lines thc less
to this province is nearly Six
Million Dollars. It is obvious
why Mr. Macken is urging the
patronage of local industry.
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RESTAURANT IN CONNECTION.
00.2.
Third Class, under 00 per cent.
Gordon Freeman 58.4, Helen
Briggs 50.1. Eva Stender 42.1.
Percentage  of  attendance,   97.7.
A. WOODLAND
DIVISION II.—Entrant. B
Amy Ban Quan 08.7, Nellie Miller
68.4, Doris Hyncinthe 00.3, Simon
Frost G1.7, Mary Ranking 61.4, Gordon linnkins 00.8, Kalhleen Haley
00.3, Robert Willis 59.7, Gordon
Brumby 59.3, Jean McPhee 59, Hazel Williams 58.9, George Fanning!
58.3. Jessie Bruin 57.7, Elsie Wood
50.8 Joe Little 5».0, Ruth Chullen-
der 56.9, Nellie Sakaguichl 55.9, Isabel Frame 55.8, Jack Horie 55.2, Sophie McGregor 55.2, May Cox 55,1,
Billy Flett 54.2, Bert McDonald 53.8,
George Kemball 53.0, Mary Huchcroft 52.0, Walter Fanning 60.6,
Ilnzel Simpson 49.0, Grace McClure
•17.1, Evelyn Gartside 47.2, Rose
Burton 43.4. Reta Strachan, missed
three tests.
M. GRACE JOHNSTON.
DIVISION III.
Attendance, 96.97.
.Margaret Henderson 81, George
Futa 80, Winnifred McQuaid 77,
Irene Mclnnis 73, Sheila Paterson 73,
Clifford Haynes 73, Kathleen Dezall
71, Dorothy Bridges 71, Elmer Holm
61', Donald Macdonald 68, Susan
Randall 66, Leslie Kuhnert 05, Harold Holdener, 65, Lome Barber 65,
Kathleen McFarlane 64, Grace Flett
64, Katherine Martin 63, Nellie Owen 61, Victor Galbralth 61, Mary
Genest 00, Molly'Johnston 59, Harry Fanning 69, Elsie Parker 69,
Helen Campbell 59, Grace Pritchard
57, Florence Pattinson 67, Ida Lnn
caster 52, Betty Lunn 51, George
Roberts 48.
Absent from exams:—Mae Good-
erham, Eileen Gray, Jim Drew
RUBY J. GLASER.
DIVISION IV.
Enrolment, 32; percentage of attendance, 91.25,
Jean Warren, 81.7, Barbara Bealo,
Beulah Hill and Bud Parker, 75.7,
Mary Macdonald 73.7, John Mackay
70.8, Mary Robertson 70.2, Marion
Gill, 70, James Huchcroft 69.7, Leslie Laithwaite 69.2, Laura Andeen
60.1, Helen McGill 67, Dobie Macdonald 06.2. William Harrison 65.5,
.lack Fnrrell nnd Enid Shankland
64.3, Douglas Patton 63.6, Wilfred
Pocock 03.1. Roy Linnell 63, George
Pelton 62.0, Annie Harbinson 60.1,
David Harvey 57.1, Carmella Naso
56.7, Annie Moore 54.8, Willie Cox
53.3.
Absent for one or more exams:—
Ruth Bond, Chrissie Charboneau,
Alex Dalziel, Leslie Phillips, Hubert
Pollen. I.uceille Rosling, Mary Strachan
S. D. WHITE
DIVISION V.—Grade VI.
Attendance, 90.80.
Olive Norgrove 85, Dorothy Brown
81, Kathleen Edmondson 79, James
Brookes 79, Arthur Lodge 75, Gar
net Blaine 73. Robert Muirhead 71,
Edna Shepherd 09, Alex Laldlaw 69.
I.illion Dale 6S, Emily Taylor 66
Henry Taylor 04, Walter Barrett 64,
Roliena Miller 03. Malcolm McPhee
OH, June Collins 02, Hilly Crawford
02, Jean MacDonald 61, May Russell
01, Eddie. Leonard 60. M. Johnson
00, Ruth Fanning 00, Evenrd Lewis
59. I.loyd Rurgoss 59. Mary D'Hondt
58. .lean Niblock 57. Margaret Fnrrell, 50, Tresa DsLuca 50, Joe Genest 55, Albinn Haddad 50, Gladys
Partridge 44, Walter Agland 40,
Mac Neily 34.
E. WRIGHT.
DIVISION VI.- Gr.de VI.
Attendance 90.96.
Above 60 per cent.:—Ruth Nicholson 75.8, Rosaline Weston 74.2,
Robert Reichardt 73.3. Jack Parker
70.7, Dorothy Flott 69.2, Vincent
Ljundquist nnd Lillian Webster 68.2,
Patrick Harrison 67.8, Jimmy Dixon
00.2, Ellsworth Ryan 63.8, Norman
Gnlbraith 03.5, Mike Frost 63, Ruth
McKowan and Bertram McLean 62.6.
Elvo Turner 62.2, Alex Williams
61.3, Nancy McCrindle 01.
Below 00 per cent.: — Reginald
Shaw 69.7, Stanley Porter 69.3,
Mndeline Wise 58.8,    Joe    Walkley
56.3, Marshall MarPherson and Hilda Robinson 5*1.8, Kathleen Nisbet
51.5, Dorothy Steward 54.3, Pauline
Wise 53.7, Berta Jones and Jean
Rutledge 52.7, Wright Speers 61.8,
Bert Pelton    51.5,   Donald Mclnnis
51.4, Evelyn Smith 43, Mnurice Godderis 39, Eugene Kennedy 36.3.
M. McCA&LIN
DIVISION VII.
On roll, 39; percentage of attendance 97.8.
Jessie South 90, Phyllis Home 87,
Edwin Haley 86, Mary Roberts 88,
Winnifred Pelkey 83, Vera Sadler
81, Beverley Collier 80, Rusk Randall 80, Cyril Harrison 77, Edna Taylor 77, Evelyne Eley 76, Evyonna
Williams 75, Marie Collin. IS. Cor-
eea. DataH 72, Bain Ottey M, too-
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Jim! _
Atchison and Edna Baxter 66, Edna j.
Collier, Dorothy    Worthington    and: sj
Marshall Russell 62,  Helmcr Erick-.S
son 61, Richard Ban Quan 61, Willie >
Steveley, Andrew D'Hondt and Win-; *.
nie   Steward   00,   Vivian   Kemp   69, i*
Hazel Clapp    68,    Bill    Gordon 58,
Gene Ingham 58, Willie McCoy 55,
Gladys Burton 49, Betty Genest 40.
M. C. BANNERMAN
DIVISION Vlll.
Percentage of attendance 92.5.
First Term: — On Young 90.6,
Ethel McGee 88, Hilda Gillis 80.3,
Eunice Moore 79, Mike Kolisnek
78.6, Jane Nisbet 76.8, Donna Leiteh
76.5, Herbert Potter 75.6, Mary
Small 75.2, Asenath Leiteh 74.3, Evelyn Holdener 73.8, Norah Simpson
and William Howe 71, James Halcrow 70.6, Pearl Frlewolt 09.5, Bu-
aye Futa 68.1, Hazel Bowley 67.5,
Eva Kilby 62, Andrew Stewaat 01.8.
Absent:—Margaret Partridge, Jas. i
Stone.
Second Term:—Murray Rombough
71.3, Sadie Gibbs 70.3, Francis Curie'
69, Mary Lamont 08, Geno Biggatini
66.5, Rose Magro and Lillian Russell
63.8, Elliot Harris 63.3, John Magro
61.6, Peggy Reid 01.5, Normnn
Blaine 61, Leona Small 60.1, Louis
Holm 53.3.
Absent:—Clarence Johnson.
MURIEL L. BAXTER.
DIVISION lX.-~Cr.de   V.
First Term:—Ira McNaughtnn 86,
Jessie McKay 82, Clara Gordon 80,
Dorothy Macdonald 76, Theo Laurie
75, Margaret Rutledge 74, Edgar
Offln 73, Harvey Birce 73, Harold
Howe 72, Billy Whiting 70, Owen
Haley 70, Katherine Neily 69, Robert
Steveley 07, Christina Williams 07,
Gordon Speers 66, Elizabeth Stew-
art 66, Robert McGregor 66, Elizabeth Godderis 64, James Lunn 64,
Richard Slye 63, Florence Steward
63, George Haddad 63, Frank McClure 62, Allan Patmore 62, Ednn
Shaw 60, Jack Pattinson 58, Harry
Walkley 58, Yuel Guthrie 67, Edith
Walker 57, Mary Pritchard 56, Harvey Moir 55, Josie Blefare 54,
Percentage of attndance 96.69.    '
P. G. M. C. MACDONALD j
DIVISION K—Grade IV.
Number enrolled, 44; percentage:
of attendance 93.71
Jack McAuley 88, Eileen Moore
88, George Storrar 88, Kenneth
Haynes 87, Donalda Walker 86, Thomas Young 84, Billy Saunders 83,
Edith Faulkner 83, Percy North 82,
Karl Brennan    81,    Roberta Collins
78, Joey Berkin 78, Grant McGregor 77, Angelo Provenzano 76, Genevieve Saunders 75, Norman Hall
75, Billie Burton 75, Rudie Koznk
73, Barbara Worthington 72, Kichi
Maigawa 72, Doris Haley 72, Chas.
Holland 72, Edythe Wells 70, Albert
Nicholson 69, Stanley Heise 69. Mimi
Blefare 68, Jack Roberts 66, Muriel
Worthington 66, J .Parkin 65, Dolly Johns 65, Georgina Haddad 66,
Kathleen Haynes 64, Thomas Miller
63, Harold George 02, Edward Romanuik 60.
Below 60 per cent.:—Marguerite
Walkley 68, Joe Ward 58, Barbara
Patton 67, Hilda Smith 66, Esther
Ada Gammon 53, Carrie Spence 52.
Absent during examinations: —
Edith Sullivan.
FLORENCE PAUL.
DIVISION XI.—Gtaie III., Sr.
Eunice Lake 95, Fred Kolisnek
87, Stanley Williams 87, Olive Sadler 86, Stanley Weston 86, Bclty
Brown 82, Barry Hill 82, Frank Morro 81, Faith Ryan 80, Eleanor Green
79, Georgina Cox 79, Gladys Ratcliffe 79, EUlot Taylor 79, Elliot!
Dale 79, Mary Lee 76, Joe Ban Quan
75, Steve Romanuik 74, Ethel Lewis
73, Irma Taylor 73, Sheila Hennessey 72, Leonard Porter 72, John Niblock 71, Albin Erickson 71, Florence
Jordan 71, Hubert Llnnell 71, Cecil
Morrison 89, Mah Jee 88, Donald
Gill 68, George Carpenter 68, Cameron McDonald 68, Alan MacPherson
Frances Slye 66, Pearl Walkley
Patricia Parker 62, Willie White
61, Annie Frost 60, Robert Cox 58,
Harold Porter 67, Cyril George 57,
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the coming year, we wish
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THE   CRANBROOK   HERALD
Friday, December 26th, 1924
meftoiist Cburcb
UEV. 11. 0,
FBEEMAN,
l'ttstur
SUNDAY,
December
28th
:.?^:^:V;/*.
DECEMBER REPORTS FROM RESULTS OF XMAS
CENTRAL SCHOOL
11 a.m. — "CHRIST BORN AA10NG MEN."
Special Christmas music by lhc Junior Choir.
7.30 p.m. — CHRISTMAS SONG SERVICE.
Christmas Hymns and Anthems. You will enjoy this service.
VISITORS AND STRANGERS CORDIALLY WELCOMED
Byron K-enip 47, Charlie Wilei, 24.
Percentuge of attendance 90.
FLORENCE E. BEST.
DIVISION XII.
Pupils enrolled S9:
attendance 02.13.
Uuth I.imdy 84, Donald Vance 84,
Clyde Colledge 84, Ynn Young 88,
Dorothy CoU-inan 83. Douglas Paler-
son 83, Phyllis Wallace 82, Helen
Spreull 82, Ina Colledge 81, Barbara
| Mulrhead 78, Mary Komanuik 77,
Muriel Little 70, Archie Uohorts 76,
Louise Bridges 76, Jessie Magnet
74, Ellninc Leiteh 74, Willie Ban
Quan 74, Frieda McGee 71, Pearl
Steward 70, Graham Tatton 09,
jLcighton Warren GO, Sain McCreery
GO, Marguerite Morro G8, Jas. Adams
G7, Sybil Norprove 67, Lee Gammon
65,   Hunter  McClure  G4,  Raymond j
EXAMINATIONS AT
THE  HIGH  SCHOOL
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Carefully selected — prepared hy Cooks who know how
— and served to you in an
appetizing and appealing
way — is what you get when
you dine with us. Prompt
and cotirtous scrvce.
Baptist Cljurch
Rev. W.T. TAPSCOTT
SUNDAY,
DECEMBER   28
11 a.m. Morning Service.
12 noon—Sunday School
.. and Bible Classes.
7.30 p.m. Evening Service
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Agents (or Hard and Soft Coal.    Distribution Cars a
Specialty.   Excellent Warehousing.
SAND and GRAVEL
OPPOSITE CP.R. DEPOT
Telephone 63       .:.        .:.
CRANBROOK, B.C.
P .0. Box 216
Burges864, Tony Nnso 60 Glen Bow
ncss 60, Clnude Jordan GO, Mary
Souter 59, Marjrarot Carpenter 57,
Henry McMurrin 55, Stanlay Wliit-
takor 54, Bernice Coleman 51, Doris
Dingley 47
HELEN FREEMAN.
DIVISION XIII.—Grade II.
Number enrolled ,40; percentage
of attendance 04.83
Alice Mah 85.3, Gertrude South
84.6, Florence Stender 84.1, Berth
Erickson 81.6, Quocnie Chow 78.5,
Joe Provenzano 77.6, Harold Coutts
and Frank Rhodes 77.3, Hazel Reid
77.1, Gwcn John 77, Evelyn Whit-
ter and Myles Bealo 76.6, Enid Home
75.5, Georire Wilson 75, Sheila Stewart and Earl Whiting 74.8, Herbert
Conroy 73.6, Ella Bigattini 73,3,
Dermot Moore 72.5, Stewart Flett
72.3, George Fanlkner 72, Phyllis
Ward 71.1, Gladys DeWolf 76.11.
Walker Willis 70.S, Ruth Briggs and
Eddie Frost 70.1, Gladys Mllne 00.5.
Toddy Smith 60.1, Frank Jones 67.6,
Wilfred Griffin 66.6, Leslie Sadler
05.1 Phyllis Macdonald 61.6, Chas,
Dickenson G3.1, Adolphus Burton
62.3, Fred Pattinson 61.8, Sebastian
Flagel 61.3, David Miller 54.8, Mabel Griffin 53, Mathiaa Flagel 40.6.
Absent from examinations:—Bernard Niblock.
SARA MeCALLUM
DIVISION XIV.
A Class:—Eugene McGruder, Ar-
| thur Hinton,..Henry Anderson, Amy
Odin Esther Weston, Edna McPhee.
Henry Mah, Margaret Smith, Jack
DeWolf, David Brown, Phyllis Ryan
Phyllis Wilson, Hedley Baxter, Frank
Harrison, Lillian Sadler, Henry Lunn,
Fred Harbinson, Charles Wormington, Winnifred White, Grace McCreery, Harry Collier Lloyd Corry.
Absent from examinations:—Florence -Strnchon, Helen Sutherland.
B  Class:
rence Gillis.
GRADE XI. Honora.
Margaret    Johnson,    82.7;    Ruth
.Soderholm, 80.4;   Chester   Roberti,
percentage ofi-,81. Esther Chalcnder,76.2.
Pan.—Muriel Millington, 74.7;
Marguerite Godderis, 73.7; Arthur
Shankland, 72.3; Henry Godderis,
70.8: Hector Linnell, 70.7; Norman
Parker, 611.1; Jean Flett, 68; Bertn
Cameron, 66.2; Sandy Pascuzzo,
65.8; Mildred Burdett, 65.5; Murrny
McFarlane, 65.4; Jnck Brown 05.1
Trilby Rebel, 64.1); Doris Haynes,
64.7; Joe Brogan, 63.8; Edward
White, 63.5; Amy Williams, 62,
Constance Spence, 62.7; Melville
Lensk, 61.3; Ray Hill, 68; Joan
Ward, 55.3.
Class Average, 68.06.
GRADE X.
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Honon. — John Cummings, 90.7
Sophie Mader, 87.4; Peter Brennan,
83.8; Graham Dale, 83.2; Andy Cassidy, 82,3; Jessie Mclnnis, 80.3; Brunei Murphy, 78.6; Eileen McQuaid,
78.6; Tom Marshall, 78; Oliven Evans, 77.0; Malcolm Harris, 77; Edgar
Montpellier, 75.7; Byron Haynes,
75.5; Jnck Dixon, 75.3.
Pass — Ethel Speers 74.3, Rita
McBurney, 73.2; Jean Wallinger,
72.8; Marguerite Caven, 71.5; Rag-
ner Johnson, 70.2; Laurence Foster,
70.1; Philemon Belanger, 69.5; Albert Dobson, 68.6; Billy Taylor,
68.4; Edith Johnson, 68.1; Winnifred
Beale, 67.7: Ivy Dezall, 67.5; Ernest
Danielson, 66.8; Leonard Parkin,
65.7; Ray Beech, 65.6; Margaret Horie, 65.4; Harland Clark, 64.6; Kathleen Dallas, 63.1; Jack Genest, 62.4;
Sherman Harris, 59.3; Jack Swan.
5S; David Frame, 57.1; Evelyn
Ward, 55.6.
Failed. — Pearl Pritchard, 53.1;
Edward Dobson 51.3.
GRADE IX., Division III.
Honon. — Harry Heise, 80.4;
Francis Trusler, 80; Eng Young,
78.6.
Past. — Margaret McClure, 72.5;
Dorothy McClure, 72.5; Mack Horie,
71.5, Marguerite Trusler 70.6, Myrtle Powell, 65.1; Willie Spence, 63.6;
Harriet Home, 62.8; Nancy Nisbet,
61.7; Yvette Guindon, 61.7; Marion
Williams, 61.5; Leslie Sainsbury,
59.3; Cyril Harrison, 58.7; Jim McFarlane, 67; Effie Charboneau, 66.9.
Failed.—Walter Elmes, 54.1; Jean
Home, 63.6; Colvin McBurney, 53.1;
Allan Shaw, 52.6; Ethel Neily, 62.2;
Allan Gill, 52.1; Berthel Benson,
51.8, Robert Taylor 51.1.
GRADE IX., Diviaion IV.
Honora. — Josephine Pascuzzo,
88.5; Aubrey McKowan, 86.7; Mar-
Milk and Cream
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-Lloyd   Colledge,   Law-lion  Miles,   (missed  3 exams), 83.8;
equal, Margaret Scott, Phyllis    Thompson,    82.4;    Marion
Ton Will Make Ko Mistake
ln Ordering tliat
SEW SPRING SUIT
OU OVERCOAT
— From —
H. C. LONG,
The Tailor
Van Horne Street
Opposite C. P. R. Depot
Phone 416     li     Plione 41«
Edward Flower, Alexander Halcrow,
Esther Gibbs, Leslie Colledge, Sunny
Wise Agnes Stewart, Kathleen Harbinson, Rosie Nnso, Fred Lancaster,
Eleanor Collins, Dominic Naso, Goo.
McMurrin, Victor Haddad, Gustav
Flagel.
Absent from examinations:*—Chas.
McQuaid, Dougnld Steveley, James
Niblock, James Massey.
Number enrolled, 45; percentage
of attendance 89.7.
E. B. PATERSON.
DIVISION XV.
Perfect attendance. 16; percentage
of attendance, 88.6.
Rence Young, William Flagel,
Aulder Conroy, Edwin Erickson,
William Hill, Billy Jordan, Alex In-
mont Annie Leo, Pauline McDonald,
Warren McKee, Frances Parks.
Thelma Roberts, Fern Simpson, Hazel Sinclair, Richard Wallace, James
Wheaton.
L. C. HENDERSON.
Kummer, 80.6; Victor Holmes, 79;
Dorothy Spence 78.5; Elsie Erickson,
78; Netty Johnson, 76.8; Arnold Holdener, 76.7; Bert Laurie, 76.2.
Paaa.—Edith Cnrlyle, 74.7; Margaret Willis, 74; Jack Barber, 73.4;
Katherine Hnrrison, 72.8; Florence
Findlay, 72.2; Donald Burton, 69.7;
Harry Cassidy 69.1; Hazel Campbell,
68.8; Jessie Brown, 68.8; Ray Brown,
67.2; Elizabeth Miller, 66.5; Doris
Mackinrot, 66.1; Jack Henderson,
65.7; John Metcalfe, 64; Lillian
Lewis 62,8, Margaret Mclnnis 62.7,
Melville Reade, 62; Willie Taylor,
56.1; Etta Mc. Gill, 65.2.
Failed. — Hilliard Simpson, 53.1;
Selina Dixon, 50.1.
H. L. PORTER.
Principal, High School.
Metallic mineral production ln
Canada during the six months ending June 1924, showed a 20 per cent,
ndvnnce over the same time last year.
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*2 A Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year than with
jS some needed piece of Furniture—It will last a long time,
«5 giving pleasure all the while.   Space does nnt permit us
jS showing or detailing all thc many things we carry, (rom
Sf which n suitable gift may be selected.   We can stilt you
fgg from the parlor to the kitchen, from the cellar (o the utile.
B Here is a list of some of the articles we carry:
NICE EASY CHAIR - REED FURNITURE S
LIBRARY CHAIRS AND TABLES |
ft A GOOD CARD TABLE - CHESTERFIELD SUITE 8
I VANITY DRESSERS - DRESSING TABLES §
1 DINING ROOM SUITES (fumed oak) all leather seats B
|| Kitchen Cabinet, Linoleums, Congoleums, a few Tri- £5
cycles — AU Kinds of Beds, Springs B
and Mattresses g
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Heartiest   Greetings   and   Best
Wishes to you for Christinas
and the  Coming Year.
The Alberta Rooms
VAN HORNE STREET
Opposite C.
CRANBROOK, B.C.
R. Freight Sheds
CRANBROOK GLEANERS
AND DYERS
■hrtry Garment Hot to m to bo
Cleaned or Dytd la given
Out Utmost Oar*.
Oar knswledi* ot the buttne-is
ll your assurance of satisfaction
here.   Phone, and we will ekll,
or brine u Tear work.
We Clean aad Dye Everything
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MERCHANDISE
ACCESSORIES
ALL MUSIC
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Cranbrook   Bazaar
COLUMBIA      GRAFONOLAS
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for Lifeless, Neglected Hair
A gleamy mass
of luxuriant hair
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gfiiuine toning
up of neglected
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Fulling hair, itching scnlp and the
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Thin, dry, wispy or fading hair is
quickly invigorated, taking on new
strength, color and youthful beauty.
"Danderine is delightful on the hair;
a refreshing, stimulating tonic—not
sticky or greasy I   Any drugstore.
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PAINTER &
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Apply tho liniment every tew
hours to thront and chest.
Carglo with Minard's in warm
water.
Splendid for Bronchitis
and Asthma.
If Food "Disagrees" in Stomach
Instantly I   End Indigestion, Gas, Heartburn, Acidity
Whenever food or drink upsets the
stomach or causes Indigestion or Gases, Flatulence, Bloating ,Sour Risings,
Heartburn or Acidity, remember you
get relief as soon as "Pape's Diapcp-
sin" reaches the stomach.   No wait-
.inf.
Just chew a few of these pleasant,
harmless tablets and tho distress is
gone!
A CO cent package will keep the
entire family free from digestive disorders for months. Druggists sell
millions and guarantee each package. Friday, December 26, 1921
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THE  CRANBROOK   HERALD
Friday, December 26th, 1924
Tibe Financial Institutions
of Cranbrook .ind District
IN APPRECIATION OF THEIR BUSINESS RELATIONS
WITH PATRONS DURING THE YEAR 1Q24
— EXTEND —
The Season's Compliments,
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PIANO — Brilliant tone,
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for sale
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Christmas 1924
TITHE President, Directors and
vL Officers extend to the
Customers and Friends of the
Bank their Best Wishes for a
Happy Christmas and a Prosperous New Year.
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With instructkms frpm Wardner to
meet the delayed westbound train on
Wednesdaj' of'last week, Constable
Saunders o'f the provincialpolice was
at the station looking for a man who
was supposed to1 httve been badly
frozen and whom he intended to take
ovpr. tn tlwj. hospital. McLaughlin,-
tlie man's- name, h ninety-two years
of age. nnfl wins seen' walking along
ihe right-of-way, and was put on the
train and sent to Cranbrook, aB it
was evident that he had been frozen,
The old  man, however, refused all
their allotment has been disposed of
may be received at any time. Local parties desiring to purchase any
hould make application at once to
Mr. Roberts. ' •
Thc entries for the dog derby on
New Year's Day aro not coming in
as fast as had been anticipated, and
CROWDED OUT!
Production of this issue of the Herald, with its colored front page—entirely a product of the office, from
casting up the plates to the color
printing — has necessarily entailed
a great deal of effort and a number
of articles, some communicated, and
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consequently there has been a delay others not, have had to be held over
in the drawings up of the list of ev- oti account of the -las* -of time to
ents for the day. Boya find i freaf them" adequately, or space to
feirla"— make 'Up* your enlries now.jcontaln"them.  ' kmonjj them is regretfully included an account of the
Miss Tv Johnson, who haB been engaged since leaving the employ of
the city .pf Cranbrook, Jo the Fort
Steele office- of tlie Wild Horse
Creek Gold Mining, Company, returned to her home in Fernie on Sunday
last.
N. A, Wallinger returned on Tuesday evening from Victoria, whero he
aid, saying that he could take care of j attended the session of the legisla-
himself, the police having to force ture as the Conservative membot ior
him to go in a taxi witli them to the | Cranbrook.    Among the new person-
]'cello recital, given on Friday even-
of last week at the Aud-'
itorium by Mr. J. K. Chorlton, asslsr
ter by the Cranbrook Orchestra, Mrs.
J. Edward Warren, the Misses Harriet and Jean Home and others, This
was something so distinctly above the
ordinary run of concerts that rather than not appear to give it due merits, it has been held over till next
week, though it may then seem tardy.
THE BANK OF MONTREAL I
| KIMBERLEY BRANCH |
♦ Extends to all its Customers and Friends the Very  Best  *
* Wishes fur a Happy Christmas and Prosperity 2
in the New Year
I E. S.   SHANNON        -        - MANAGER I
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With grateful appreciation of all the
favors received by us from you, and for
that priceless, if intangible, asset — your
goodwill, we seek to merit your continued confidence, and aim to serve you
faithfully in the future.
REAL ESTATE
INSURANCE  ■
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nuTARIES
CONVEYANCERS
Wishing   You   and   Yours
ALL   PROSPERITY,   HEALTH
and HAPPINESS
T.M.ROBERTS
CRANBROOK,    B.C.
Re*l Eitate,    Iniurancc,    Investments
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hospital. He finally submitted to
treatment by the doctors but refused to remain in the hospital.
. . For sales and service tynsh and Star
c'flr!:  ^ce Kaictiffe &'^t«wart.   33tf
.The MounLatl,-Police.-are reminding
everybody owning or evpecting to
own radio receiiving sets to first
secure a license at the nominal sum
'it $1.00. Thoro are now over 40
radio receiving sets operating in the
district according to the Mounted
t'olice records.
We curvy a full line ol Men's Women's and Misses' Shoei.
W. F. DORAN.
Our low prices win every time.
Christmas will be observed by special services in the Methodist church
next Sunday. The unior choir has
prepared special music for the morning service. In the evening a special service of song seems particu-
<TaHy "TtltjiV^priate. Familiar Christmas hymn$L will be a feature of the
service, with special solos and anthems.    You will enjoy this service.
Piano in; Walnut, in splendid condition, good as new, $295 at Kilby's.
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Father Forbes who is now connected with t3be Mission parish, is for
the time bting assisting at several
places throughout the district. Last
Sunday he* took service nt Michel,
while this ipeek he will be .assisting
Father McKinnon at Fernie.
Mr. V. t. Manning lejt on Monday for Nejson, where ho; will spend
tho Christinas holiday with relatives
and friends* proceeding to Spokane
/eS... t)lQf^!&w Year's holiday. Mrs.
Manning and family are. remaining
for the winter with relatives in'Toronto. -;
Violin, bow and case, good as new,
$12.   at Kilby's. 32tf
Mr. A. A. Botsford, who previous
to the war was a resident here, as
manager of the Cranbrootk Saddlery
Co., for the Cranbrook Trading Co.,
stopped ovor in thc city for a day to
way to Calgary, from Pprtland, in
renew acquaintances while on the
which city he has lately made" his
home. Mr. Botsford saw service
during the war with the air force
id after tho Armistice had the misfortune to meet with a serious accident which crippled him for some
time, while starting a friend's machine, and not knowing that the pro-
pellor was not switched off. The
propellor spun around, thc end of
the blade striking Mr. Botsford on
tho knee with such force that the
section of blade which Mr. Botsford
carries as u souvenir, though-Df-rery
hard wood, is indented for a length
of a bout three inches.
T. M. Roberts is in receipt of word
thnt the sale of the new issue of C.
P. R. stock owned by the Royal Financial Corporation, of which he is
the local agent, is going far better
than was anticipated, nnd word that
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CHRISTMAS
TREE
CRANBROOK BRANCH
c; W. V. A.
will hold their annual
CHRISTMAS TREE
in the Club Rooms, on
| TUESDAY, DEC. 30th
at 3.30p.m.
I DONT FORGET THE
DATE and the TIME
Santa Claus will be there, ;;
all right, all right!   But!:
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Be On Time
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alitics in the house, ho was particularly impressed with Mr. Twigg, one
of the four Victoria Conservative
members, who may soon be heard of
in more .prominent, connection with
tho party. One of the outstanding
incidents of .-.the session was the display of tears by Mr. Oliver on the
vote for beer by the glass, when the
stalwart premier broke down when
faced with thc necessity of voting
against his teetotal convictions for
bee* by the glass in.kedp' faith with
the electorate;        '-■■■.
What proved to be a very enjoyable
party took place at the home of Mra.
W. B„ McFarlane on Friday evening of last week, when the boys of
the third year hierh school entertained their girl class .mates. Dancing
irid gamea swiftly wilfcd awayq the
hours, till about twelve-thirty, when
refreshments were served by the
boys to their guests, which was done
to a queen's tnste. Everyone wns
sorry when the time came for goodnight. About thirty young people
were present at the party.
! CHRISTMAS ■ 1924
Here is ours to add to others
Let us say as matter of fact
Ours includes all the others,
plus
Whate'cr they may have lacked.
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THE
L. D.
CAFE
will Serve a
SPECIAL TURKEY DINNER
CHRISTMAS   DAT
We are Sure Our   Menu Will Please You
Wishing Our Many Friends a Joyous Christmas and A
Glad New Year.
The L. D. CAFE
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ail His Dream Come True?
MAYBE YOUR BOY cherishes within him the dream
;!  of leadership.      Assist him by seeing that he is supplied with all that he might need to accomplish this
end.
WE SHALL BE GLAD to welcome you to our new premises in the Hanson Block,   opposite thc Post Office,
j -{where you will find Everything Musical.
I WE JOIN IN WISHING YOU A VERY MERRY XMAS
AND A PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR.
PATEY BROS.
Since the things we wish you
Are health and joy and cheer,
It's not good just for Christmas,
But all the coming year.
QUONG CH0NG
Heartiest -Greetings and Best Wishes
to you lor Christmas and the Coming
Year.
F. PARKS & CO.
Bruce Robinson
Phone 295       Teacher of Mute P.O. Box  761
STUDIO — ARMSTRONG AVENUE
Third House from Presbyterian Church
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Your kind co-operation has contributed materially to onr success and we appreciate it most
cordially.
Accept our Best Wishes for a
Bright & Prosperous New Year.
CRANBROOK MEAT
MARKET
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THI   CKAH1B00I   KT.aU.hV
PAQE    THREE
W.   R.   ROSS,   K.C.
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Ele.
CRANBROOK
and  KIMBERLEY
Whim Yuu Tldnk ol luaiirunc*
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BEALE &-ELWELL
Cranbrook &  Kimberley
Sole Agents for Klmberlej Townsite.
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Mr.   W.   Poole,   assistant   superin-
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visit to Kimberley and hopes to stay
some months.
. |     Mr, and Mn   A. Ward entertained
?|on the evening of Friday, the 5th,
■when   a   very  pleasant  evening  was
spent at bridge, followed by a dance.
tendent, is now nearly recovered I Mrs. Bride entertained at o bridge
from his recent illness, and has left | party on Friday evening, the 12th,
for tbe Cuast.
CHRISTMAS   1924
May Christmas leave at your address
Lots nnd lots of happiness,
BnOUgh of health, enough of theer
To last you through the whole
New Year.
FRANK   CARLSON
Billiard   Hall
KIMBERLEY    -      • B.C.
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The Kimberley Ladies' Bridge
Club met at Mrs. Lord's on the 10th
when a plenemit time was spent.
The   best   Christmas   present  is  a
Singer Sewing Machine.     $5.00 cash
puts it in your house.
Zinc concentrates are  now being MN'GER STORE,
shipped  in  large quantities  to   thc 142-48       Cranbrook, B.C. Phone
United States.
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WYCLIFFE NOTES
II. Cald-
Docora-
i of the same.
tl ■■- U. Harroi
aid and daughter,
to spend the Ci
. West Kootenay u
and Mrs. Afacdon-
hi vc- left Wycliffe
rlstmas  holiday al
'im*-.
ber 1
D.
Christ
Bellin
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Tin*
Foster
holiday
n, Wn.
Master mi- Staples re-wrncd from
| Vancouver,  where he has been  at-
j tending   school,   on   Friday   of   lust
is    spending   the j week.
with    friends at j  , m ,	
He expects to re-
bnut tbe first of tlie year.
Mr. Outran Is lying 111, suffering Toronl0, . /t„nib,g u, the gov
from a severe cold, and Ins many ermmmt manufacturing statistic, eov
friends wish him_a speedy recovery. erlng lhe vcnr m2% Tor„nl„ h tll,
A curling rink Is being erected ut, leading Industrial city of thc province
thc camp and will be rcadv in a short °f Ontario, with 1,811 establiihraenti
time.   It will be a great boon to the in which » c°Pital ui >8BM69,184 i.
employees who arc keen on the game. I '"Vested, employing 78.33:1 persons,
  , receiving $92,930,8*10 in salaries und
The skating rink will be ready In Wages, and accounting for an annual
a few days and it is anticipated that production of $394,066,052.
many   pleasant   evenings   will   b*
Wc
CHRISTMAS   1924
When old Santa Claus knocks at  your
dour
Wc hope that he will bring
All you want—and even more
Yes, every blessed thing.
C'A. F00TE
KIMBERLEY,   B.C.
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WE TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY OF THANKING THE
CITIZENS OF KIMBERLEY AXD THE DISTRICT
H)R THE GENEROUS PATRONAGE THEY
HAVE EXTENDED TO US DURING
THE PAST YEAR, AXD TO WISH
ONE AND ALL THE SAME
GOOD, OLD WISH —
A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR.
The Glen Cafe ■ Kimberley
WILSON
Proprietor
ipent during the winter.
Clark & Ellison's store at the camp
is now fully stocked with a large sup.
ply of tobaccos and candy, and is a
great convenience to the employees.
Dave and Tommy have the knack of
pleasing everyone, and always come
up smiling.
Mrs. Dixon, of Banff, Scotland,
aunt of Capt. and Mrs. Bride, is on a
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Why pay other people double
the price for now goods, when
you can get them just as good
second hand at my store?
Here are a few prices:—
Solid Oak Dining Room
Suite   $80.00
Dining Room Tablet .... $15.00
Dining Room Chair* $4 to $7
Winnipeg Coti   $12.50
Beds,   Spring!   and -Mattreiiei
$4.00 each or $12 Complete
Show Case* ... $5.00 to $15.00
We   have   Ruga   in   sizes   from
10 x   12  to   16 x   20
PETERSON'S
Second Hand Store
Above  Kimberley Drug Co.
Chauffeur (honking horn vigorously) j "Hey! Get outta the road with
that wheelbarrow. You're so slew
you autta be pushing u baby buggy."
Old Gent: "Sure—and you Bhould
be in it."
NISBET & GRAHAM
Barristers, Solicitors, &c.
Offices: Imperial Bank Bldg.
CRANBROOK, B.C.
OFFICES at KIMBERLEY
IN K. ol P. HALL
Open Every Wednesday from
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
..id  weather  has j
n of the planing
The country's two greatest draw-
acks— Rest and Unrest.
B.i»blUh«d IMI Hum Hi
Geo. R. Leask
noiriiv ■rami
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C'nhlMt Watt.
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st\tm ea
OHeei C-tmer Hertirj ktemte
mt Mwar«, StrMt
Duo t.i the.inadequate heating of]
'.     fiool ;: was found advla-
li  at t:*n thirt;   in the (
I <>f the l.-u il nine-1
thirty hour, during the past week.
I*:. L. Staples    left    Wycliffe on
V ednesi   ...   to  spend   the   Vuletide
at Pi      ■   a, Cal., where Mrs.
- I,* *    and tiie children are spon-
MINERAL ACT
(Form F)
Certificate of Improvements
N01TCE
nitiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiitiin'iiti'ii'iimiiiiiiiiiiii:
NEW YORK
CAFE and ROOMS
Kimberley, B.C.
Spokane Street
ROOMS ARE CLEAN
and  COMPORTABLE
— Hot and Cold Water —
CAFE IN CONNECTION
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"Watson" and "Kootenay King"
mineral claims, situate in tho Fovl
Steele Mining Division of East Koote
nay District.
Where located:—Near the headwaters of Victoria Creek, a tributary of
Wild Horse Creek.
TAKE NOTICE that I, John 0
Cummings, B.CX.S., F.M.C., No
76330C, acting as agent for Willlan
Myers, Free Miner's Certificate No
74343C, intend sixty days from thl
date hereof, to apply to the Mining
Recorder for a Certificate.of Im*
j provements, for the purpose of ob-
I taining a Crown Grant of the ubov
! claims.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
that action, under Section 86, must
be commenced before the issuunce of
such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 5th day of October, A.D.
1924. „ \ 39-47
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Sweeten
the Stomach
Just a sprig o
holly-
A kindly message penned.
Io make your
Christmas jolly
And remind you wc are
friends.
CROWN'S BUS LINE
J.ck Brown   -   Proprietor
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The Sutherland Garage!
Wc desire tn extend to you the Compliments of thc
Sen-cm and express mir sincere wishes  (or your
prosperity the Coming Year, with a continuance tsl
the cordial relations existing between us.
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'Tis with pleasure very true
This Hearty Wish is sent to you,
"A Merry Christmas."
Kimberley Meat Market
Sutherland & Brown
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We trust the past year hat brought you
Success and extend Hest  Wishes for Continued and Increased Prosperity during the
year 1925
jBr
thur Duff in among those wlm
■spend ihi' holiday nt home, away
Wycliffe. Art started un a
journey ti> Henvick, Ont., on
rday "i' last week, whero he will;
t.n until affcer the new year,
ng his parents.
r. A. Cecco of Wycliffe, and
H, DeCecco, also of Wycliffe,
united  in  marriage  in  Gran- i
k  on  Saturday  last,   December
'wo very fine programs were car-,
I through hy the children in ihe
.  Christmas concerts given  during tlie past week.
The Sunday school concert held
in the elub iiall on Friday, the t2th,
brought out a goodly crowd of people, nnd was very enjoyable! Hev..
F. V. Harrison of Cranbrooit assumed
the duties of chairman of the evenings program, and also distributed
the awards, with the assistance uf|
Mrs. c. Johnson, the school superintendent.
The public school concert and
Christmas lice, held last Friday evening, was attended by a very goud
crowd In spite of the severe cold.
The program offered reflected vory
great credit on the children who took
part and also showed that Mrs. Macdonald and Miss Harrop hnd taken
great pains with the training of the
children taking pnrt in the event.
There was not u dull moment during
the entire evening, from the opening
remarks by S. G. Clark, the chairman, till the departure of good old
Saint Nicholas, who, as usual, managed to arrive in spite of mishaps,
to distribute the presents. Wo regret
very much thut we are unable to
reproduce here the programs of the
two concerts. Suffice to say that
they ushered in the spirit of Christmas in the finest possible way.
The cold weather of the past week
has proven advantageous in spite of
everything, speaking from the skaters' point of view at least. A splendid sheet of Ice is found inside the
boards of the rink as a testimonial,
nnd the first hockey fixture wns
played on Sunday. As a result of n
challenge thrown out to the wide,
wide world, the Copenhagen Blue-
blrda of Stockholm und ull points
north, thc newly formed Rears team
sought to lower the Scandinavian
colors. This brought on Sunday's
game nnd it proved to be a nice curtain raiser for the season. The Hears
had the game in hand with a three*
two score In tho third period, when
thc blonde gang came bad: to life
with a rush and u goal, liung the
score. Right then und there the ar-
gument became desperate and the
crowd—not a very big one—became
enthusiastic. The Copenhagen hunch
hnd the rubber to themselves pretty
frequent during the remainder of
the period, hut suffered through a
lack of shooting accuracy. In the
meantime the Bears were using that
puck to good advantage whenever
the opportunity offered, and when
the curtain fell the Fienrs had carved three more notches to the en-
Bmy*l one. The*final score was 7-4.
and a good game.   Let there he more
PIPING
PIPING
HOT
XMAS DAY 12 M - 9 PJW.
Turkey, Oyster Dressing, Cranberry Jelly, Mashed
Potatoes, Vegetables, Hot Mince Pie, Coffee, Tea or
Milk.    And service you'll apprecate.
Dine here on Christinas Day—Give thc Wife a Treat
MUSIC WITH MEALS
For  An   Enjoyable   Time,   Visit   the
OLYMPIC CAFE
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CHRISTMAS   1924
We are sending thr samp old message
Quite in the ■■ame n!d way,
Pledging the lame old friendship
With Greeting! fnr Christmai Day.
t.
MRS.
KIMBERLEY
V.  CALDWELL
B.C.
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DR. L. G. RICE
KIMBERLEY
Dentist
B.C.
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Dncs'nt hurt one hit! Drop n little "Freezone" em nn netting corn, instantly that corn stops hurting, then
shortly yon lifl it right off with fin-
Item.
Vour druggist .--ells n tiny bottle of
"Freoiono" for n few cents, sufficient
to remove every hard corn, soft corn,
or corn between tho loea, nnd tho foot
callouses, without soreness or irritation.
To  greet  you  with very best
wishes for Christmas and
and the New Year
ROYAL CAFE PAfll:   EIGHT
TUP.  CRANBROOK   Mi-RAl.n
Friday, December 26th, WU
Insure with  b'eale ■£ El
in  /5a:^-^.-.'V-** * *
A GIFT CERTIFICATE
When,   ynu    are    puzzled    as    lo   what    lo    give
AT   CHRISTMAS
A GIFT CERTIFICATE saves time and worry,
and also pn vents the risk nl giving something that is
unsuitable. And lhe appreciation of the recipient is
perhaps greater because they are able In -elect just
what ihey want.
Ihey may be used for any amount desired, al
— THE   GIFT   SHOP —
A. EARLE LEIGH
WATCHMAKER & JEWELER
Christmas Special — Heavy Cut Glass Berry Bowl
$5.75
-~\     i 'ifcSV
Por prompt  repairs
; tion go to Ratcliffe A*
ft "B\% ■   ■
ft B\l
\ft Wr- w'sn lo tnai,k B\t
i ft:   "   our many custo- Bit
..mi .atlsfac '\a mers 'ov ''le'r liberal R||
tewart'e-gnr- J2 patronage during  the «jg[_j
Clvde MacKinnon  uu-J Otto  --i i 11 .,.--.,. -uu [*-■■■ i 1
who have bee attendance at u.b. _ "     g past year,. and extend JJ
C, returned to the city on Thursday.      William 3elby,*w'hb ho   1 n at- \ft       OUI'  Hearty Good       B
The Kootenay lief made by the cuh?.^*?." '^^ ."" £H?J fi Wishes foi  a
ty Bakery Is making n p*eal hit am
on,; the lovers of good bread A *l.
for made-in-Ci-onbrook bread.     I:'u'
dill-el   tn   Ill      IkiM
BORN    At  the St,   Eugene   Ho
SPECIAL:      Tungsten lo  . 10,
B, *lu. Mi and 00 watts; 26 c each,
pltal, mi Sunday, December 21st, toint - "'• !''- DO-HAN'S.
Mr, and Mrs. II. Curie, of tht  city,      "'"' '"" ''■ '••'- win every time
a daughter. ~
_ l    BORN    Al iln* St. Rugi  Ilo-iii*
It costs yiu thing to try,    When tul, on Saturduy, December 20th, to
ordering your bread  orrow, just Mr. and  Mr-.  I.   Murdoclq nf  Hull
ask for one loaf    of    City  Bnkery   Uiver. a dnughlor,
Bread. DOtf —
— For first class antomobllo repaii *
Miss Vivian Kimtmor    and    Miss  .„„■ „ini,.,. :,i,„■;„.,*. see ilntcllffe *
olive Simpson, both of whom have Bt<-,vnrt
been   attending   Normal   Scl I   at _
::»*.-'-.v:f.v:-^.--«|.N ■.-*-.-*■.^-.^ - ~ ..,-..-. ..   *--.-.   .. ^ h. ■.-*--. lift. hKfriu   Victoria, returned to their hoini*. mi        IIOUX Iln   l-'i nlny,   Dec.   Iflth,
A>,ft;»A>,»A>i»i»A>A>i«-.^ft';ftiftAV;ft;«J'.*,»AY;*,;*<fti*;   |Sund«y la,t for ihe holiday,. a,   .he Si.  Eugene Hospital, to  Mr.
md  Mr.-..  II. Caldwell, "l  Wycliffe,
□ cult and saucer, at Kilby's. 36
;      Special  prices mi  new   Until i.     al
%'      ArrauROinrnL  hnve  been   made   by , Set *vi,*e  Garage,     Phone  ill lit'
=   tbe   local   Masonic   Lodge   for  a   Spe- I —
| * ciwl train to convey ihe member) of | Thi- members nl lie- Knlari I llll.
||tbr Masonic order from Cranbrook! were the glicsts "f Mr. P. M. Mac-
I  to  Kimberley,  ou  Saturday evening,   Phersotl   at   lhe   Sun   Thi-nlle   lasl
I   December 27th, lo participate in the  week,   following  lhe  usual lunclli	
  = I joint    in.lallation    ceremony      which | whin   Ihrei-   li-ry     llltelestini;      reel,.
k   will take place on lhat evening io Ihe ; wen- shown, giving nln* all ex, llng-
|  neighboring low,,. ly clear conception of the grent l-'onl
In   VOU   wc   extend  our  heartiest   wishes   (or   a ll ~ works al  Ford, Ontario, and at I'*
•■J %      BORN—On Friday, December 20, tt.0it,   Michigan.    The   new,   twelve
|   Merry    Christmas    and    a    Happy    anil    Prosperous § t0 Mr- nl"1 Ml*-'F.'HoUmnn of Bull jhlllion dollar-addition to the plant al
I ... ... '. I River, at the St. Eugene  11 Itul, Uwd wns  »t interesting.    Pictures
INineleeii    Iwenlv rive g Crnnbrook, a daughter. -jhuwlng tin- mnking of a l-'..nl car,
§ . .    . I     Dining 11  sTite, i„ t ,,,„,,, from tto^tting of-lhe raw products
I We assure you of our sincere appreciation of the   i Ubargain trnt. ai Kilby's -12"
a ■ ' ' = ' vnrioua ovnlutlnnai-y    tops tti < .-
1 cordial relations which have existed between us during   l<   fridny's trnin brougiii homo the in™iuctig  ihe :■: 1 ■. im
f. .    , I  colony   nf  Cranbrook   v n:   ladies w«™ w*ntcl  Willi interest 11,.*
the past year, and ol out earnest efforts lo the end thai    I  who are ottendliifi lh- University ofiuse of th,* Km.I ihrougl  the wide
W.H.Wilson gi
Bit
li
JEWELLER
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ft Merry   Christmas   and B
%     Happy New Year     *$
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NEW ORCHESTRA
ORGANIZED FROM      j|
LOCAL MUSICIANS J
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Another orchi Ira Is about to ap \t
pear hcfoie-Ute public of Cranbrook II
whl I      It be i   ;i■*.] "The i ranbrook 'f
ni- -   ■ *,   the leader,),! ■||
,  ,,i  pieces mul any I '■
lie tuniisheil ns re :-i
We Wish You
A MERRY CHRISTMAS
and a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
ni*in
ii i.i
Mis.  Arnold |
,* besl of ial |
I"
. I.il.l,
■;- $$$&$&$ WW# ^ WW
ji  the :,,inte friendship and good will may-be continued
throughout the coming yeai
John Manning
g I British Columbia al Va uvoi
I mv Miss Evelyn Anderton, Ui
All
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Home,   Mi*,..   Hester   'Iln
I: Mi-; .lean   Wilson.
I Ask lor t ily  Bakery bread.    Wi
II help to  pay   the  lav.**, of Crnnbroli
Etna t Uthbridge    I i
11 wlll call
id
KOOTENAY ORCHARDS
SCHOOL REPORT
FOR DECEMBER!si
le-   In     he     .uh! I   ll, U '
Mi-.  Arnold Walllnger,    Bos     . 16, |
i riinbtoul ,.B V. . oi* II • 41. {
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I live of appeal lo lh,* privy       Grade VI.    Mar)   la. I ml.    E,
PHONE 173       ....        OFFICE 93   !!- ■",*"' ™*   •> '■"■ 'li- <;:'"''■'"■ .._.     .,..•
S  pelate division -.I  lhe supreme cmiii       i.i.nn    v iiiiiiioii     i.i.o	
A-.lllcJllliai-litLltC3tll-l1thtiiTiC3ifil-titiinicjti*itliliti-iiji»itii!i!r:irl.rli.ititlt.cli*l(ir-.ititi£?ali|-i.i-|iiii-trrtl-er-rrvmTx^iillllllLI..C3iuli..ri-|jtEai-ll-rcsit-llMt : ,,]*   All.ei In,   al   i 'lllgnry,   111   'I'll..ma     ]*'■ anl. II. 11
 ■- -__  —. -   - I'ateii.   iu   hi-,   sail    fnti   damages     Grade IV.   Jack Tbeston. 	
idinn Pacific Ry. Mr.j Nuyce,   Rose   Soy,,-,   Hypn    It.
.T.i J II  STORK,
1,1.Ii.nl..   B.C.   I'hoii
ftftaVeVtVffffffffffeVffff |     ,,,„,„. c„v_lllll(       Coogoleum      |ngoin»t Ih
DEPOT    R 0 OM S \ ■    m*  ■ r«i a, k,,,,, l^^'^fuJ ^J'iTI ,„. ,  um, ■„
Ivviis allowed $10,000 bj   Mr   Justice Stone* J.oljli Itichiiiond,
WANT ADS.
w.
CHRISTMAS  -   1924
Willi all kind thoughts these words .tie sent,
We trust ihey will t onvey
lhe heart) wishes that are mean!
I or vou this Christmas Day.
VAN  HORNH ! I REI I'
CRANBROOK, It.C.
.nth  en.
"'I'"' > llo*|ii,.-,l, n dnughte
A   Comfortable   11 nine   fur f
The Working man
,,l*   the       Grnde  11.  It      Mabel Sakata, .lack
"f       IlllliX     T„   Mr. ami   Mr*.   I*',   lion  ! Walsh   ut    lie-   first   li
SJliuff,   nf  rranhrool ,   Thai-.day. I action.   ThU Judg it was reversed I l-nnglii,    Bertha    Uaruido,    Evelyn
Opposite Smith end »f G.P.R. _. |,.,., ,,,|,,.,   ,*,,.,,. ai   tho  si.  Eugene by tlie. Appellate Dlvlsio.i, whiclr hits j lie qunl.
now granted him leave to go to the      Grade I.  II.    Dorothy Tlinmpsiui,
, privy eoiini-il in I Inn.   The nppli    Emesl  Ruault, Arthur Hern, Agio
■!     Wa carry a full lino of Men's Wo-UaUon was mnde bj   A. A. MeGllli-   Noyce, Alice Nnj-ce, et|u I.
aEORflf- MASSHV $ ""■»•- ' •"""'-»■• R»»ber.. ™y.  "•'•Co «l«o  expects to appear IVINNIEREU Ill-PITI
J VY. r UORAN. '""•"■ "'" l"Rl""'  """■'  "'  A|'"1 "'
111 SALE     1  Enfield  rifle.    A|i   |J     ft
pi)   I:
! Cranbrook Cleaners & Dyers
P. W. Willis
me *.*,• limn. top. I!
ii     Heater,   with ♦
Mn.  A.   II.   Bllimeli  I *****************************
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%      Our low prices win every lime.
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\: are in receipt of many letters from outside
iislomers stating thai on account of the extreme cold weather ibev have been unable' to tome
into Cranbrook, and request tbat sve continue the
sale a little longer in order that they may have an
opportunity of availing themselves of the reduced
prices which we are offering. In order to meet
their requests we have decided to continue our Sale
till January First.
_____!      We repair     II**       Water     Hollies.
Rubber Pontwear, or anything mnde
if   rubber.
WILSON'S   VULCANIZING   WK.S.
*l'.!t.r Cranbrook
SOUTH WARdIcHOOL
REPORT FOR MONTH
OF DECEMBER
osifl Blefare, Albin Keegoit, ■,*
Grade III. B.~Hurold Curl?, Al-iJ
bert Russell, Bernard Pelkey, Annie
Berkln, Jack Reynolds, EJdward Looney, Lily White, Edwjjrd Walsh,
Ronnie Coleman, Margaret Cnssuls,
Jolanda Magro, Joe Welch. Harrj
Solecki,
Grade II. A: Mnry Cameron, .lu- 1
I in Mtihs, Sevllld Roscvoar, Kathei
Ine UkrainetK, Niry* Gordon, '*'",
I McNeil, Kdwin Berrington, Bob Pal f
| tinion, Pn ul Solecki, James Haley,
: Freddie Shaw, Eileen Pantllng, Ivy
: Sissonii
Percentage of attendance \<: i.
El !"Noi{ il  CUR1 KVIJ
DIVISION  n.
Percentage <•( attendance, DO 2.
|      IVflVrl      alleltillllica llei Un I
Uki**SM%mam*^^
Wishing you all a Very Merry Christmas
and a Happy New Year
The Kootenay Trading Co.
Limited
DIVISION  I.
Grade III. A.    Ii.ni.- Eley, Violel
Miller.   Victoria   I'li-rll/./.n. John   I'a-**
inv.zo, Margaret Dalzlel, Violet Ke,-
Ban,   Bud   Sullivan,  Clyde   Williams,
Franklin  Wood, Nooch Tito,  Mabel, —
Atkinson, [vor Barrett, Hob Whit
Rosie Blefare. Alliin Keegan.
Mount Baker
Hotel
.10 Newly Furnished ki s.
All with running water (llnl
and Cold)    a- Willi |ui\.i'i*
baths,   some   with   shower
baths
BAKER ST., CRANBROOK
(Inly absolutely first-elass lire-
proof Hotel in the eity.
CHRISTMAS        If
I oi- ynu aid yours we are        ! *
l.oi'iii- lhal S
So much :,   < I will and clieerJX
Mn)   ui'c'iimiilnle  at  Clirlstmailf
lhal
They'll lasl von alt iln- year.   \*
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TIIOIHI'SON A HARROP
Phone 76       -       -       P. O. llox 2118
Second Hand Denier.
Cranbrook
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ijil-'raiikliii   Eley,   I'r.ily   (G lorhnm)
ffijatoevca, Mnurieo Haley, Murlol Mil
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We npprecinte the patronage ex«
(ended in us during the year now
closing at til wish all our Patrons
nud i rinuls a very
MERRY
CHRISTMAS
Moffatt's Variety Store
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b-r. Agnes Moore, Philip II hough,
Ellen Saunders, Hilly 8ls»on», l-'ranl.
Sissons, Oeorge Strood, Eddie Wood,
Steve   Vadeliilik.   Hilly   Vadellllil..
MARY .1. RICE
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THE ROYAL
Cafe
BuWUHHI    Uuil-lin.-
BAKER  STREET
Oiniosite Parks & Co.
IS
NOW   OPEN
TRY THE ROYAL FOR
::   000D MEALS   ::
Mrs.   M.   R0WE
Proprirlrr»»
wwwitww
Besl Wishes (or your Hap
] liiK-ss during the ( hristmas
Season and throughout th
New Yenr,
P. Burns C& Co., Ltd.
— V II ONE     10 —
Cranbrook, B. C.
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WITH SINCERE CHRISTMAS GREETINGS       j
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Accept ulso oui cordial wish fm Almndanl i
Prosperity and Contentment its your lot
for the Coming Year.
I CRANBROOK TRADING Co. ?
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TABLE D'HOTE   -   $1.00 A PLATE
From 11 a.m. To 9 p.m.
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|THE VICTORIA CAFEI
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