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THElTRANBROOK herald
volume  as
=PROBINCIAL LIBRARY i
Apr. l-l"l
CRANBROOK, B.C.. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3rd, l')24
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11  Special S Piece Orchestra
The Covered Wagon
ORPHEUM THEATRE, KIMBERLEY • Friday & Saturday, October 10th & 11th
FRIDAY NIGHT at 7.30
SATURDAY at - 2.15   -   7.00   and   9.25
New Work To
Finish Soon
City WUI   Be   Using Water
From Gold Creek Within
Short Time Now
A BIG UNDERTAKING
In about a week it is expected that
all will he in readiness to turn the water in from Gold Creek by way of the
new diversion to St. Joseph's Creek,
and on into the city reservoir. This
will mark the completion of the work
the city has been carrying on this
summer to provide for an augmented
water supply for the city.
It is likely that the water will be
turned into the new ditch by the mayor in the presence of the city council members, and as many of the ratepayers as find it posible to be present. On what day this will be hus
not yet been decided, but the la-it
stretches of open ditch are now being
excavated, and only a few feet of
new ditch remains to be made. Just
how long it will take the water to go
through the new diteh and reach St.
Joseph's is a matter of conjecture,.
depending entirely on whether any:
unlooked for seepage is encountered.
Through the courtesy of the eity
engineer a representative of the Herald was given un opportunity to inspect the work which has been done,
To an eye unskilled in engineering
practice, it would appear that the
work hns been tackled in a common-
sense way, nnd provides a practical
solution to thc problem the Insufficient water supply presented. The
construction appears to be sound
and adequate, and while due economy
hns been observed nothing has been
sacrificed that would ndd to the serviceability of the work. The eity
could easily huve spent more money
on the project and still not secured a
sounder piece of workmanship.
At the intake an earthen embankment about eight feet high has been
raised through which are two spillways, one for Gold Creek, and the
other for the new ditch. The point
of diversion is one where the creek-
can be made to back up Into a natural reservoir, though the flooded area,
even when the new diteh is getting
its capneity, is not large. The nor-
mul flow though the diteh is expect
ed to be about nineteen second feet,
with about two feet of water in the
ditch, which has a grade of .07 per
cent. There are about three miles of
open ditch, which has mostly been
done by subcontract. All kinds of
soil have been encountered, from
hnrdpnn and rock, which hail to be
blasted, to n light gravel that could
handled fairly easily. A walk of about two miles from the intake revealed a ditch of sound construction, and
showing up as a well finished job
where finnlly completed. In a few-
places the finishing touches were being given, and only a short stretch of
new ground remained on Tuesday to
he broken, and a few feet more to
Uke down to grade. At only one
point, iu a cut of about twenty-five
feet, has loose sand heen struck in
pockets, necessitating watching when
the water comes in. Two draws have
been crossed, in one case a raised
earthen ditch carrying the water ur
loss, aud in the other about two bun
dred feet of V-type flume, four feet
deep being put In or a trestle foundation. Thirty thousand cuhic yards
of excavation were called for tn all.
About three miles from the intake
the ditch will empty into what will Income a lake of about eleven acres in
extent, which will be quite close to
the road. At this point a road diversion has been made for a short distance, thc new ditch at tbis pari of its
course following pretty close to the
old rOftdi After leaving the eleven
acre lake, at the lower end, the ditch
drops a little mote steeply till it hits
the course made by a spring in the
brush adjoining the road, from which
point it is allowed to make its own
course along the ravine for about two
miles, till it joins St. Joseph's Creek
near the bridge across the road.
All told, the diversion is about seven miles in length, and it is apparent
that so long as there is sufficient wuter in (iold Creek, nnd no more than
ordinary loss along the line of thc
ditch, Cranbrook will now have sufficient water for all ordinary purposes
in the summer months, Few people
have any idea of what work the city
TELLS GYROS OF
HISTORY LEADING UP
TO B. N. A. ACT
Gyro Harry Herchmer Is Speaker at Weeky Luncheon
on Tuesday
Tuesday evening the Gyro Club
had Ihe pleasure of listening to a talk
by one of its members, Mr. Harry
Herchmer, who being scheduled for
an address on law, took for his subject "The British North America
Act." Owing to the time allotted
being short, the speaker gave only
half of his paper at this meeting, the
other half to be given at a future
gathering.
The speaker of the evening gave
an interesting synopsis of Canadian
history from the landing of Leif
F.ricson, the Norse explorer, about
the year 1000, mentioning the more
important pegs upon which are hung
many historical facts which hastened
the passing of the B.N.A., and all
helping to visualize the work done by
the fathers of Confederation.
Touching the more important ev-
nts he came to thG passing of the
Constitutional Act. In 1837 the revolution too!; place and in \H,IH Lord
Durham was sent out. Resenting th»
criticism levelled at him for pardoning the rebels he resigned. Beforo
leaving office he drafted u report to
the British government which contained the germ of the present act.
On account of the differing ideals
the Act of Union (18-10) was not n
success. In 1804 the three lower provinces agitated for union \vith"Cnnn- j
da," which was Ontario nnd Quebec. |
In 180-1 a conference was held and
a draft for a confederation was
drawn up and delegates were sent to
Britain in 1807, the British government passing the British North America Act in the same year, which united the two upper and the two lower
provinces. Under this act certain
specj&C authority was assigned to the
federal government while other authority wns relegated to the provincial government. In conclusion Mr.
Herchmer made an interesting comparison of the B.N.A. Act with the
American Constitution, which tended to show thnt the B.N.A. Act was
in reality the more democratic of the
two, ln 1870 Manitoba came in and
1 ST 1 saw B.C. joined to the union.
In 1ST:* Prince Edward Islam! united^
and in 1806 Alberta and Saskatche
wan completed the union,
Walter Richardson of Vancouver
was a visitor at the luncheon.
DR. AND MRS. KFNf,
VISITORS IN iiir.
CITY  THIS  WEEK
Motoring in over the Banff Windermere highway, one of tin- public
works completed by the federal government, through the department
which he now heads, Hon, Dr. J. H,
King, minister of public works at Ottawa, arrived in the city on Tuesday.
He is accompanied by .Mrs. King, and
Mr. Heldman, private secretary. The
party motored from Banff with Mr.
G. J. Spreull of this city, who left on
Sunday last for Windermere and
Banff. Or. King is in the course of
a tour of the west, witli particular
reference to this province, and is
taking up many matters that will later come before the cabinet. Among
other things, it is stated that he is
arranging the B. C| itinerary for the
tour which Premier McKenzle King
is now opening, and which will take
in a number of points in this province. It is stated without official
confirmation, lhat Cranlironk and
Fernie will be included among the
points at which the Premier will ston,
r. o that w i t h i u t h e
next month or six weeks, East Kootenay may have the opportunity ol
hearing and meeting the dominion
prime minister.
Dr. and Mrs. King have been biriily
engaged since their arrival in giee>
ing their many friends here, and on
Wednesday evening left for Pernio,
returning on Thursday. Priday evening, as announced elsewhere, Dr.
and Mrs. King au* holding a reception
at the Auditorium, from 0 to 12, at
which it is hoped they will he given
the opportunity to meet many which
their short stay here would otherwise prevent. There will be music
and dancing, and a general social atmosphere of informality will prcvial.
Dr. and Mrs. King expect to leave
the city again mi Sunday.
District Is
Placed First
Awards in Children's Pig Club
Again Puts Cranbrook
in the Lead
PLANNING LARGER SCOPE
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT
WINS BURSARY OF
CONSOLIDATED CO.
Word reached the city on Tuesday
last that Wm. Selhy, one of last I
terms graduates from the high school
had heen made the winner of the|
nidi coveted Consolidated Mining &
Smelting Company scholarship whicli!
h open to the sons or daughters of
iraployees of the company. To obtain the award the winner must heve
attained more than 78.fi in all his
exams. The scholarship carries an
annual allowance of $500 ami is tenable from year to year at any university in Canada upon the successful
completion of a year's work. Young
Selhy got just over the rcipiired mark
obtaining 72.0 in all his exams. It
Should be a source of satisfaction to
the principal and staff at the high
school to have one of their pupil-
carry off this honor, und Mr. Selhy
ts deserving of great credit for the
achievement of the object which he
set himself out last spring to attain.
He has chosen to attend the university of British Columbia.
Former Teacher Visits Here
Miss M. M. Blankeiibnch. of Victoria, has been spending a few days in
the city, a guest at the home of Miss
A. Woodland. She has had he opportunity of renewing many friendships made while she was u member
of the Central School stuff a few
years ago. She is leaving on Friday
for Winnipeg, where she will be attending thc Royal Agricultural College.
 WWAVW
WHAT DOES THIS i
CITY OWE TO THE    f
TOURIST ASSOC.??
The amial meeting of the Tourist
Association of South Eastern British
Columbia and Southern Alberta will
take place in the very near future and
Crauhrook will be expected to retain
its membership in the association. Several times of late there have been
opinions expressed hy some of the
members of the Board of Trade thai
Crunbrook would get more benefit
were it to drop out of the association
and spend the money  in advertising
confined to Cranbrook,
Leaving out consideration of the
advisability of doing this, even were
it possible for Cranbrook to obtain
better results, it would be well for the
Board of Trade to consider carefully
what the good will of towns to the
east is worth. They should remember that Cranbrok was one of the
originators of Hie association. This
was before the Banff-W ind.-rmore
road was opened and travel along the
Red Route was the principal source
of tourist husiness. Then Crauhrook
was only too anxious to co-operate
with the towns east of us. Now thc
Huntf-Windermere road is open aud
the hulk of tourist travel going over
it, Crunbrook is in the fortunate position of being certain of that business. That is no justification, however, to (piit the association which
helped the city when it needed help.
Undoubtedly Crnnbrook's withdrawal
will cause unfavorable comment from
the towns along the Crow and lose
to the city their goodwill.      It must
also he remembered that though the
travel from the west uml to the west
s compelled to come through Cranbrook, the travel from the cast to
the Banff-Windermere road is not
compelled to do so, ns it can be very
easily diverted through Bull River.
The Red Trail is becoming iucreus-
ingly popular, and if for no other
reason that a purely selfish one. the
interests of Cranbrook mny be better
served by continuing its membership
in thc Assticiation.
This is the second year that the
Bast Kootenay boys and girls have
taken part in this competition and
fortunately they have been able to
tarry off first place both years in
strong competition with other dis-
tricts of the province, that have been
promoting this work fur several
years, Salmon Arm district was placed second, Kamlops third anil Ann-
strong fourth.
It is interesting to note that the
Fast Kootenny Club of 1024 was
greatly improved over that of 1923,
both in the number ami quality of
pi<;s shown. In 11*28 thirty pigs were
shown, of which thirteen were reg
Istered Yorkshires. Iu 192-1, thirty-
seven pigs were shown, of which 20
were registered Yorkshires, so that
it is evident that the boys and girls
in the club ure becoming more and
more Interested in registered stoek.
The East Kootenay club was made
up of pigs from Galloway. Jaffray,
Wardner. Cranbrook, Marysville and
St. Mary's prairie districts .so thai, the
benefits of this club work are being;
felt iu a good many parts of the district, aa the best pure bred Yorkshire
sows in the club in these different
districts are being kept over for breeders, ln a very few years, boys and
girls in the Cranbrook district will bo
iu a position to ship ouL first class
Yorkshire pigs to other districts.
The foundation stock for this club
work was purchased from Mr. Joseph
Campbell of McMurdo in the spring
of Ki2:>, eight litter mate sows being
brought in, and for the most part this
year the club was made up of the progeny of these sows and they had all
been bred to a Yorkshire boar that
was shipped into the district by the
Dominion Live Stock Branch, so thai
these pigs were practically all of the
same breeding, and being very nearly
all of thc same age they scored high
in uniformity of type. Of eo'trse,
the different methods of feeding had,
to some extent, varied the stage of
growth and finish on the various exhibits. Also thc different methods ef
housing had to some extent changed
thc type, few of the entries having
been raised under tun close confinement, and the lack of exercise seemed to have caused these entries to
develop somewhat towards the short
thick type, so that this club work bus
again brought out the point that to i f
raise an ideal bacon hog the pig' 1
should have plenty of exercise with j ?
plenty of muscle and bone producing I
feeds for the first four or five! f
months growth, and the last six or
eight weeks, the rations should he
changed to more of a fattening nal-
GIRL GUIDES ARE NOW
ORGANIZED IN CITY
WITH EIGHT PATROLS
Following the visit to the city rec-
entlj of Miss Main, organizer in connection with the Girl Guide movement, lhe formation ol a corps of
Uie Girl Guides is now under way in
Crauhrook.     Two or three meetings
have been held since Mis Mara was
here, and at another gathering on
Friday last at the Y. M. C, A., the organization was completed,
There will he eight patrols of six
girls each, with a patrol leader aud
sub-leader for each, as in the Scouts.
Miss Glasier has heen elected the Cap-
Lain of the corps, and there are also
two lieutenants named, Miss McCas-
lin and Miss Flett.
The Girl Guides movement is practically the counterpart of the Boy
Scouts in its own sphere, and its purpose is very similar, to incubate a
spirit of helpfulness aud usefulness
into the girl members, at the age
when they nre most susceptible io beneficial influences of this kind. As
ia the cose of the Scouts, to make a
success of the movement, it is felt
there must be back of it the interest
of parents and other adults, The
guide movement is absolute non-sectarian, und there is no desire to conflict with any other organization of
similar purpose, which might he now
in existence in connection with any
of the churches.
I a au effffort to get the fuller support of the mothers and others interested in the Guide movement, a meet-
ting is to be held on Monday evening
next at the Y. M. C. -A., when it is
hoped a strong organization can be
formed to back up the girls aud their
leaders. A g I attendance of ladies is hope:! foi- at this meeting.
PRESENTATION TO
MR. AND MRS. ROBSON
LUMBERTON STAFF
Substantial Gift To Retiring
Manager From B.C. Spruce
Mills   Employees
Fire Loss
Is Heavy
Western Grocers Warehouse
and Stock Make Big Blaze
Wednesday Morning
CAUSE IS UNCERTAIN
(From Our Own Correspondent)
Lumberton,  B.C., Oct.   I—One of
the  most delightful  events thai  has , ^^^^^^^^^^^^
ever taken place in Lumberton occur- 	
red on Tuesday evening of this week Wednesday nighl or early Thurs-
vvhen Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Robson day morning Uie shriek of the fire
were guests of the employees of thc siren roused !:>■•>; of [he slumbering
H.C. Spruce Mills at a farewell party ! citizens of Cranbi ok, wlio. hastily
which was held in the Lumberton' downing whatever came handiest,
Hall. Thc music for the occasion was rushed !■■ the seem of the fire. No
furnished by Robinson's four piece [ mistake as to the location of the
orchestra, and arrangements had been blase ul I be mi de, as the whole sky
made   by   the   committee   in   charge   in the "i sa a mass of
with Mr. A. E, Cook for the lunch.
Needless lo say, Ed. lived up to the
reputation which he has gaind in the
past. At ihe conclusion of the lunch,
Air. G. G. Hunter, who is the oldest
employee from a point of service on
the payroll, of the B.C. Spruce Mills,
with the exception of Mr. G. C. Rob-
Brothers Meet After Three-
Quarter! of Century
Edward Cole, we'll known old-timer
in Fernie, is enjoying a visit from a
brother, whom he has not seen for
seventy-three years. Ed's parents
died before he was a year old and he
was adopted into a strange family
and his brother, who was then twelve
or thirteen years old, started out for
himself and never saw his baby brother again until he an Ived here a few
days ago. Ed. is seventy-three and
his brother eighty-four.
fiery red.   Inve ■ >. (dosed the
fact that the Westeri Gt icers' warehouse was the scene of tho conflagration.    Ai  about  a  quarter  to  two
night constable   Johnson   discovered
fire breaking through In several places along the roof of the wholesale
^^^^^^^ house.    H turned in an
son, presided. In a very brief but alarm and the new truck was soon on
concise talk, Mr. Hunter, on behalf the seen.'. By the time the fire de-
of the employees of the B.C. Spruce partment had arrived, and even be-
Mills, Ltd., and their families expres- fore thc alarm bad been turned in
sed the feeling of high regard ami the fin had gt in* • greal headway
respect which the people of Lumber- and it seemed doubtful whether it
ton harbor towards Mr. and Mrs. would ever i- possible to save any-
Robson.   Mr. Hunter stated that the  thing of I ■ g or stock.
people of this community realized; For over one hour water from
that there had been a man at the head; three lines of hose was poured into
of the Spruce Mills who had the Inter- the building. The fire was a diffi-
ests of thc employees as well as thej cult one to fight at It appeared to
institution at heart. At the close have obtained a hold along the en-
of Irs short talk. Mr. Hunter pre-; tire length of th« building. There
sented   Mr.  and   Mrs.   Robson   with [being no open   - the side walls
a beautiful silver tea service as a!the only apparent line of attack was
material token of appreciation and | through the three windows in front,
some very good friends during; One stream of water was kept play-
their four years in Lumberton and ing through these windows from the
ng the Lumberton people. The' ground but was of ro) effect in get
engraved on the service.
Presented   to   Mr.   and   Mr:
Coming Events *
I
ii
i
I'
Friday, Oct. 8: Dr. and Mrs. J. II,
King, At Home, Auditorium, 9 to
12.
The club was judged for individual
prizes on the 2nd of September at the    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Cranbrook   Fair  and  the   following'Fri., Oct. 3: Women's Co-Operative
placings were made: !      Guild whist drive and dance, K.P
1st Ellen Taylor: winning the cup      hall.
donated by the Bank of Commerce
Fast
Fri. & Sut., Oct. :t&-l: "Broadway
After   Dark,"
the Star.
feature picture at
has undertaken in this water project, and a visit to it is illuminating
in the extreme. About fifty men
were employed at the height of the
work, about thirty men being at work
yet.
Commercial Operator on Vacation
Mr. J. McLean, supt. of the C.P.R.
commercial office, has quit the ticker
for three weeks and is starting out
to enjoy a vacation for that period.
A few days will be spent in tbe city,
after which a trip to the Const will
be indulged in.
for the best bacon hog in thi
Kootenay Pig Club.
2nd   Maurice Ruault    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
8rd   Laurence Bettajftfoni nnd Tues., Oct. 0 & 7—Tom
•Uh   Doris Hyadilthe       Mix. in "Soft Roiled," at the Star.
Mb   John Clark I
6th   Maurice Godderis Tuesday. Oct. 7: All-Canadian Con-
7th Mury Hurry:    cert Program and Address, by Mrs.
G. C. Robson hy the employees of the B.C. Spruce Mills.
1st.  1924.
Wing at the two front corners on the
j second floor, where some cases of
matches were located. The other
-treat;.- were kept playing over the
buildin? and in through the big side
It was quite evident that Mr. Rob- freight entrance. After about an
ion was taken by surprise at this sud- hour, ladders were obtained and run
len turn of affairs, and he responded | up on the -ide of the building and ef.
to Mr. Hunter's talk with some well j fective work was done with the hose
chosen remarks in which he outlined from this angle. At about ten min-
the policy of the Spruce Mill? that r utes to three the front wall, which
had heen adopted since the beginning! had broke:; away from the side walls
of the institution and which at all'and was seen to be totering. fell with
times had been to make the surroun-ia heavy thud to the ground. With
lings and living conditions  of the'the wall rem -        only a short
imployees the best that the company| time before the flames from this end
could furnish in keeping with the j 0f the building were lubdoed. It
business. In this it seems to have was along towards three-thirty before
succeeded, for nowhere in B.C. or on the fire ceased to illuminate the sky.
the other side of the line Is there a \, j, difficult to estimate the exact
company town that will surpass I.um- j amount of *; ■ Some think
berton. It has been obvious for the that the heavy goods ir: th<- ba«ement
past few years that the people have nay be salvaged, a!l on the other
appreciated the efforts of the Spruce two floors being a total Iocs. It is
Mills In making Lumberton what it presumed that the building and goods
is, for Mr. Robson went on to relate are fully covered by a blanket policy
that at ull times there had been loy- covering the several branches of the
alty and co-operation received from '■ firm.
all the employees. In conclusion Mr. I Tne basement contained canned
Robson stated that he hoped his sue-j goods, potatoe onions, etc.
cesser, Mr. II. P. Klinestivcr. would j The first floor was occupied with
be favored with the same co-opera-1 flour, feed, sugar, evaporated fruit,
tion and support that he had received tobacco, bl cuiti n '• ttlonery, hut-
in the past.   Mr. Robson said he is[t«r, nuts, etc., while the top floor con-
8th
oth.
10th
nth
. John Clark
Helen McClure
Mary Edmonds
Stewart McClure
Todd,   under auspices   of   Schools.
at the Parish Hall.
Wednesday,  Oct,  B--Viola  Dana  In
"In Search of n Thrill, at the Star.
12th     .:  Ian Camero
1;fl" Mary Bulkot Thurs., Fri. & Sat.. Oct. !>, 10 ft 111
coming back to see his friends from
time to time, and from ull indications
both Mr. and Mrs. Robson can rest
assured that none will ever he more
welcome, or be blessed with a greater
number of friends who wish them the
best there is.
The members of the Cranbrook
Rotary Club and their wives, us well
as several other Cranbrook people,
were guestl of the people of Lumber-
ton. The hall had been especially
dei i,rated for the occasion with au
tunin leaves, and presented a fitting
background for an event of this
nature.
Margaret McClur
John Marm.it
Evelyn Gartside
  E. Godderis
Myrtle Betts
...  Eddie Ooddorl
.     llerick E. Owei.
Uth	
15th	
10th 	
17th 	
18th	
10th 	
20th        ™^^^_^^^^
As a number of the club had not
been able to hnve their pigs at the]
Fair, Mr. Walter Jones, judge of the ]
dubs, who wns in the district on September 20th and 27th, placed these ns
well as possible on his visit to the
various farms, awarding the following placings:
2lst Margaret Starritt
22nd   Louise Taylor
2:ird      Emily Taylor
(Continued on Page Seven)
"The Hunchback of Notr
til the .Star Theatre.
Thurs., Frl. & Sat.. Oct, 10 & *11
"The Covered Wagon," ot the Or
pheum Theatre,' Kimberley.
tained breakfast food-, cereals, >oap,
washing compounds, salt, rice, piper
bags, etc
While there -■-■• to • *■ no way r.f
determining the exact cause of the
fire, it <-< * le supposi
tion thnt it Wai itarted by matches
in the uppei froi
A large crowd ■■' ;■■•<.pie gathered
to  watch  what   Wl    the  biggest   fire
that  Cranl evei   suffered.
The loi ■ on ': - ! uilding and stoek
i- estln :ited In the neigh
borhood I :' S10I
It wai tht firil big fire that the
new true!  had attended and it seem*
  ed to -.ho*-.      .ti  the rill lacked
Fernie Lets Contractor Finish Job     ladders or equipment U) quickly com*
  bat a fire like this, thai required to
At a special meeting of the cit>   be attack   1 fror  above.
Council held Wednesday afternoon it,  —    »♦.-	
was decided to let the contract for Choral Branch To Ma«t Tuesday Eve.
the finishing of the work on the Blk  —
River Crossing to Messrs. Bishop & It is Imperative that those mem-
Co., who lire identified with the big bets and then who wish to associate
construction work being done by the themselvi with the work of the mus-
East Kootenay Power Co., at Klko. | ical society during the coming winter
Thurs., Fri. & Sat.. Oct. 10, 17, 18:
Big attraction at the Star. "The
Covered Wagon."
Snt., Oct. 18: Ten at K. P. Hall., in The work hns been let on n cost plus'be on hand on Tuesday evening at the
aid of school equipment, given by k^ and we understand wilt be rush-; practice hall over Cameron 4 Sang's
teachers. \vl\ t„ completion.        We believe the store, in order that the moat suitable
council has shown wisdom in employ,  evening may be chosen for the prac-
Wedncs., Oct. 22: Amateur Athletic
Assoc. Indoor Track Meet, at Arena Rink, afternoon ami evening.
Ing this  big
oncorh to  finish thejtlces that are to commence at once
work, although it would seem that a   Don't stay
. and afterwards find
_ straight  contract   price   would   havi
Friday, Oct. .11—Hallowe'en Masque-  been more satisfactory to the city.
rade Dance in the Auditorium.        Fernie Free Press.
onl  that  the evening arranged  conflicts   with   other   engagements that
j you mny have.
star Theatre "The Hunch Back of Notre Dame
With SPECIAL ORCHESTRA
THURS., FRIDAY, SATURT
OCTOtER Stk - l#tk - lltk
•j tTWO SHOWS EACH NIGHT
it 7.1S and 9.20
Price*—Evenings - 60c k 30c
Matir a    -    ?5f&15c tkma two
THE   UBANBROOI   HBBAIA
Friday, October 3rd, 1924
ERLEY and WYCLIFFE
INTERESTING ITEMS CONCERNING HAPPENINGS IN AND ABOUT THE BUSY TOWNS ON THE NORTH BRANCH, WHERE MINING, LUMBERING AND FARMING INTERESTS ARE SUPREME
The Otis Staples
Lumber Co., Ltd.
Yard Is Now
OPEN FOR BUSINESS
We Curry A
COMPLETE STOCK
OF
LUMBER
LATH
SHINGLES             1
MOULDINGS
DOORS
WINDOWS
BUILDING PAPER
NAILS
ROOFING
BUILDER'S
CEMENT
HARDWARE
BRICK
DROP IN AW> LOOK OVER OUli STOCK.    YOU
WILL KIM)
OUR GRADES ARE UNIFORM
WHY PAY RENT
Ask T. W. COLLINGS
OUR LOCAL MANAGER — HE WILL BE PLEASED
TO SHOW YOU PLANS AND
QUOTE YOU PRICES.
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For Service
STOP!
nt the
I KIMBERLEY
GARAGE
| Kimberley's Leading Oil,
$     Gasoline and General
Service Station.
COMMODIOUS STORAGE
— 24 HOUR SERVICE —
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DAN'S TAXI
Stnnd:   WYCLIFFE   HOTEL
— Trips Anywhere —
— Prices Reasonable —
Special  Tripi   Arranged
Tars for Hire with or Without
Driver
Morrison & Burke >
Doalers In Coal and Wood i
TBAK8FKK WORK DONE J
TtU your wlrst snd tell your <
frlsnda ■;
NEW YORK
CAFE and ROOMS
Kimberley, B.C.
Spokane Street
ROOMS ARE CLEAN
and  COMFORTABLE
— Hot nnd Cold Water —
CAFE IN CONNECTION
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If you wish Rooms thai are Clean and Comfortable
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KIMBERLEY
| NEWS NOTES
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The first heavy frost appeared this
week and cut down nil the flowers in
tin1 local gardons.
Mr, K. ti. Montgomery this week
received the snd news of the dentil of
his mother in Quebec.
Mr. Biicliiniui of the Concentrator
returned this week from ii two vvooln
holiday trip to it.iniv. Calgary nnd
other points,
Air. Sullivan of the Courier office
tvas in town this week.
A number from Kimberley attended the Rebekah Lodge in Crunbrook
on Wednesday evening.
Dr.   Bancroft  was
Sunduy.
in  town  over
Beforo deciding on that new building or that repair work* see Geo. R.
Leask, the Pioneer Builder ot Kim
berley and Cranbrook. 18t
Wednesday night the Elks' dance
proved a huge success in every way.
The hall was crowded, the local music was excellent und the supper was
all that one could wish for. The ball
was artistically decorated in the Elks
colors und the new liuhtintf system
helped considerably to liven things
up. Everyone pronounced the dance
one of the best of the season.
Tbe Miss Theresa M. Seigel entertainment was the best of its kind in
Kimberley for some time. Every
number was thoroughly enjoyed and
the local talent win* also very much
appreciated. The Orpheum was crowded, and after nil expenses had been
met the -sum of $125 wns realized.    ,
Mrs. Tope, of Spokane, has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. Brenmor for
a few days.
Mr. Matteson, who has been relieving Mr. Shannon at the Bank of Montreal, left for Trail thc first of the
week.
List your property with Martin
Bros. 28tf
Mr. nnd Mrs. Styles, of Trail, were
in town for a few days this week,
Mr. Wni. Lindsay wus u visitor to
Moyie on Friday.
Mrs, Hanington arrived home on
Wednesday from the Coast, and left
on Saturday with the doctor for the
Windermere country, where the dot-
tor will resume his huntine: trip for
the next three weeks. He reported n
good shoot tip at Wilmer und brought
home a fine bag of ducks and chic-
KIMBERLEY WINS
RIGHT TO PLAY OFF
FOR BLAYLOCK CUP
Crunbrook football team made the
trip to Concentrator grounds to play
Kimlierley  for tlie Kerrigan Cup last
Sunday. Crnnbrook won the toss and
defended the south goal. I'lny wus
even for the first half with Kimlierley loading by Iwo goals to nil owing
to Crunbrook being weak when iu
front of Klmberloy gool, Bcngstrom
and Richmond scoring for Kimberley
in the first half.
In the second bull' Kimberley got
off to a rush, Bcngstrom scoring two
goals in quick succession. On the
face off WnUon scored Crnnbrook's
first goal, soon nfter wliich Morris
scored again lor .Cranbrook with a
fine shot that the goal tender could
handle. Kimlierley came back with
vigor ami scored two more goals by
West and Bcngstrom. Cranbrook
forced thr play to Kimberley's goal
and II. Woods scored on pass from
Fowler for Crnnbrook's third goal.
Not to be outdone, Kimberley again
scored by Bengstrom, this making
their seventh goal, which finished the
scoring, being seven goals to three in
favor of Kimberley,
The respective line-ups were:
Kimberley Crnnbrook
Purnell .. goal Russell
J. Bell ..    (fullbacks) ...   G. Sinclair
E. Nesbit   R. Watson
Bouchier       (halfbncks) ....Johnson
McMahon          F. G. Morris
Dun McLean   V. Andrews
Gold           (forwards White
West     Malcolm
Bengstrom      Emslie
Brown   H. Woods
Richmond  Fowler
Greut credit is due Mr. Kilgour for
the able way in which he refereed the
game.
After the game Mr. R. Crerar presented the Kerrigan Cup to the Kimberley team.
Early in October the Kimberley
team will journey to Trail lo play for
the Blaylock Cup in virtue of being
league leaders in East Kootenny.
RECORD LUMBER
CUT IN BRITISH
COLUMBIA LAST YEAR
The spectacular increase of 111 per
COIit. in the amount of limber seuled
in British Columbia in 1923 over
I1*22 is nn Illustration of the immense
value of lumbering and allied Industries to tbat province. The total
scale in liH.'.'! was 2,642,280,000
board feet, as compared with l,B9U,-
158,000 board feet in  1022.
Fedoml figures place the standing
limber of tbe province ut 300 billion
j board feet. The figure is generally
j given by the provincial authorities
und timber experts as -100 billion
| feet. In 1022 the loss through forci
I fires was very heavy. Lasl yea1
j happily, fire losses were but a small
port of those of the former "dry"
[ year,
The forest brunch is credited with
j an effective conservation policy, Insofar as protection against fire is concerned. But even nt that, the annual
I waste through tin? ravages of the destroying element is very heavy.
I Three yars ago the total capacity
■ of provincial sawmills was placed at
. two ami a half billion board feet per
; annum. Last year's scale slightIj
j surpassed that figure, but many new
.mills have been established; so that
, the present capacity is probably in
the neighborhood of three billion feet
* per year. Adding a mean avernga
loss of a billion feet through fire, the
capital stock of timber is being de-
I pleted by approximately four billion
i feet each yenr.
j Ou the other hand, the annual In-
i crease of British Columbia timber
through growth alone is placed at
eight billion feet. A portion of this
increase naturally occurs in remote
districts and in forests where
logging operations at present are not
profitable. But the fact remains that
with the practice of intelligent conservation methods, careful cutting,
and modern reforestation, British Columbia has un almost inexhaustible
asset in her forest resources.
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Protect Your Car
IN A GOOD
GARAGE
lll'll.lt  IT  WITH
Staples Lumber
SEE T. W. COLLINGS FOR PRICES
l|  i,i:i is iiiii.i) yoo a iiomi:
ON tiu: DASY payment piam
THE
Otis Staples Lumber Co., Ltd.
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Edmonton. — Nearly 26 per cent, of 192H.   The production last season
increase is expected to be recorded was 17,760,000 poundst and this year
this your in the production of Alberta an output of about 22,000,000 is ex
creamery butter over the production pected.
Mrs. Wm. Bremner, who has been
ailing for some time is now iu the
hospital at Cranbrook.
Mis. Conrad a^d Mrs. Wier of
Moyie, are visiting at the home of
Mrs. .luck McKay for a few days.
Mr. John Reid, who has been confined to the St. Eugene Hospital for
some time, returned home on Saturday.
FOR SALE—10 acre farm for sale,
cheap, ','>\i> miles from Kimberley.
good house, burn for about 12 cows,
uulo road tu property. See this place
it's .such a good buy. Part cash, balance as rent. George B. Powell,
Cranbrook, B.C. 32-35
Mn. Ira A. FOSTER
TEACHER OF MUSIC
STUDIO:—
SPOKANE STREET
KIMBERLEY,   -   B.C.
Well—Up  Tactful
Physician—"Your digestion is bad.
Make an effort to tie happy. Don't
worry—especially when you are eating.   Laugh at your meals."
Xewlywed—"Even if my wife has
cooked it?"
Dayiland- At four points in this
\icinity a carload of live poultry has
been made up and' billed to New
York. This is tbe farthest pohk io
which live poultry has yet been snipped from the Alberta district, previous consignments having gone to
Montreal, Toronto and Chicago.
WILD HORSE MINING
CO. LOOKING SOON
FOR GOOD CLEAN-UP
°MY VALET
A Trial
HIGH CLASS LAUNDRY
— Dry Cleaning & Preating —
Near Saah & Door Co. Office
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MEAT MARKET     I
ADAMS' JEWELRY
STORE
KIMBERLEY   -     -     B.C.
FULL LINE OF
JEWELRY,   WATCHES
and
CUT GLASS
Expert Watch Repairing
Your    Patronage    Solicited £
While at Fort Steele on Saturday
last a representative of tbe Herald
had the pleasure of lieing shown over
the property of the Wild Horse Mining Company, where at the present
time a large hydraulic monitor is cutting away the banks of Wild Horse
Creek, which nt one time was the
original river bed. The area washed
down this senson is of considerable
extent, the bed of gold bearing gravel in front of the two sluice boxct
covering a large urea. The company,
since taking over the old workings
from the Gamble Mining Co. have
gone to a lot of expense in the construction of new flumes und pipe lives, with the result that the working
season next yeur will be considerably
extended. For thoso who have invested their money in this enterprise il
is hoped that their efforts will meet
with success and thnt when clean-up
is completed they will be amply repaid.
It is the opinion of engineers and
others who have viewed the operations that the method employed by
the present company could not be improved upon and thut if not successful further attempts will be useless.
Samples of nuggets from a cleanup of
one of the boxes this summer were
shown and one valued at $18 was a
beauty. The president of the company, Mr. W. A. Drayton, returned
on Saturday lust from a visit to New
York.
OUR WEEK-END SPECIALS
i
WILL BE
REAL BARGAINS
Special Pot Roasls Beef
Special Boiling Beef
Choice Veal Stew
Choice Pork Legs
Choice Veal Roasts
-   - 10c, 12K»c, 15c
- 5c and 8c per lb.
10c per lb., 3 lbs. for 25c
- -      -    25c Ib.
- -    18c and 20c lb.
ALSO
CHOICE LAMB, SPRING CHICKENS and FOWL
Try Our "Shamrock" Brand
HAMS,  BACON, LARD  & GLENDALE
CREAMERY   BUTTER
THE   QUALITY  IS VERY FINE
P. BURNS & Co. Ltd.
KIMBERLEY,  B.C.
JOE LIKES STEAK
Every man docs — and at
this season of the year, smothered in onions to a temptingly tender hrown — it is
the most healthful food morsel you can place before him.
FRESH HOMEMADE
SAUSAGE
All   orders   called   lor  are
carefully filled and delivered
BUTTER, CHEESE, EGGS,
•nd  LARD  alw.ya  in   Slock
SWIFT'S    PREMIUM HAMS
•>d BACON
niini Vou Tlihiti of Insurance
— Call Up -
BEALE & ELWELL
Crnnbrook &  Kimberley
Sole Ageotfl for Kimberley Ton n site.
Vancouver. — Six hundred und
eighty-seven deep sea vessels sailed
out of Vancouver during the first X
months of the present year.
Winnipeg.— (!old mining proBpoets
in The Pus district have recolvcd im
potus hy the report of preparation:'
of the Bingo Gold Mines, Ltd.. of
London, Knylniul, to establish in the
North country a huge milting plant
aud reduction works. At the auhti.il
mooting of the eompany il vviu nn-
Flounced tlmt. the work of exploring
the Bingo group hml heen completed
and showed such remarkahle wealth
in ore that largo sums for the (level
opinent were to he spent at once.
Consolidated Mining: & Smelling Co.
of Canada, Limited.
OFFICES, SMELTING AND REFINING DEPARTMENT
TRAIL,   BRITISH COLUMBIA
SMELTERS AND  REFINERS
Purchasers of (iold, Silver, Copper, Lead aud Zinc Ores
Producers of (iold, Silver, Copper, Pig Lead ind Zinc
"TADANAC" BRAND
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Wallace Bakery
KIMBERLEY ■ B.C.
The Home of —
MILKMAID BREAD
Our Electric Oven is now in operation, and working
perfectly.   Try our bread Electrically Made.
Cakes and Pastry - - Moir's Chocolates
BURT WALLACE ■  Proprietor
CUT DOWN WINTER COAL BILLS.   Add
to the comfort of your home. Install storm
doors and windows. Enclose the back porch.
Fix all roofs.
— Be Prepared When Winter Comes —
We can supply you now with the needed
materials so you can do the work during
these crisp fall days.
ECONOMY IN GOOD BUILDING
Cranbrook Sash & Door Co.
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Mrs.  Hannay  cntertaii
Friday afternoon.
Mr. W. JI. Archibald »
thu first ol' Iln- woi k,
Mrs, HcKenle ni '
Saturday from Vi iuvi
lms boon visiting h'i . ■
time, ami ri-jiiiiii-il In r I
is niannginff llu* Klmbi  Icj
store.
A dobato m
house mi I* ml     .
teama picked u i.
at    tin-    public
joctol which -in*. "I
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Radio."    'iii-   i
judged Un* mm - •    '
Mr. Thompson, .Mi. Hun
Summors.
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"J?   CREAM TABLET
You've wanted it back.  Here it is I FEY'S Vanilla
: Tablet-   it has been olf tiie market for a
■ but it's here to stay, and all goud candy
have it for you.    Has tlie same rich smooth
■    and the same delicious vanilla cream
iyou liked so well.
Boy Scout scries of cards explainin/j drill,
'■;, waodcraft, etc., go
.'   Fry'*  Vanilla
':■ an Tablet. ^-s*^""
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KIMBERLEY'S
LEADING CAFE
FIRST   CLASS   SERVICE
OPEN   AT   ALL   HOD
TABLES     RESF.RVT.n     FOF
LADII
Your   Patronage   I.
Itei.i	
1    hway    I. a ling ol   I i s
.    * .. .- of • !*;n   iro ik   ol    :   h
. lary al     roi 'a   eu   i ila
|     Asa
lon-Kingsgate   road  fnr, the
id: Ci
Ur* I
.Stock- and Wasa;
topic via Bull Kill ading fn ni I'**■■
I '. .: Ii in emphasize;
i 'rganizal ion   ub
ness lines is highly
this I mraii -that :
In*
In
..-*. nee and abilit^to i-<
ties assigned to them:
assigns the duties to lh
uch Athalmor;. cer-  bo well up on all thi
ad   cenl   to  the  city  on maintenance work  (I *
:   adjacent 1-. the  here that there an    *
u!. other than those be looked to   for the
. il; roads south  oflfort of the tn   elliai
mt approximate mile-  a smooth riding    tr   .
il regulations shoi *.
TICE
I thei
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each sei tii
matic inBpi
nman,
ction t
foi
and iv, ul
thut a eel t
i'* del
IT*
that appli-
Lcgislative
oi British
should  be
themselves
mako them
the
'   property of the
h in Canada; the
i '. ihe Congrega-
;   (.anadn, in  the
■ ■   C ■ ada;  for the
tration of the
.•oiulitii
hi-*    ■
his ubili?** to cope
lake some such lunn i
n grader and gradern . -.
ti. haul gravel, a i.-;. i and      iron *
even an i xtra temporal    sei  li nn    .
itions  entering I to ■,„.-,,, ge, lhe ..„,;...,,. again in
aid  eh   -chos  to  8hape.   That some sort of wcekl;  i
■    *' the property  ',,., rann ,,,. ,, .... ,.*. *    il to head
g not to concur qllnrters.    This is one of tl     I
the  trusts  relating to  mcth0ds  of  keeping  in   to
n   itional property; I ^g^gy conditions over a la   ■
I ie  carrying  oi  . .„, .tmj makes for close co-t ■ i
with ihe sectlonmen.   On
■*. British t'lilinn-. j)t. can nu,u,, requests, and ad i ■* -
Septen ber, A.D. anv broken culvert or broken 1  *
floor   washout, or other matter re-
-'   *':1 RAITH,        | oniring extra help and head
'■■•■>■;■'■ |  ,   on its part, should always i
\ ictoria, B.C.; ,.t.lllu.sis :1„il notifications prompt an I
*.e Applicants  effectlve attention, not only ( I  ,:*
work's sake but to keel) good  fl ith
with the sectionman and show 'inn
thnt lie is backed bj an orgonizatio i
interested in his difficulties.
Mention  was  made  a  little  W  lh
ago that other matti ra requii
improvements i,Al|1,™i'l<^,™J '-'^'l. ..
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"That Meal Upset Me Too,
But I took Pape's DiapepsitV
nt Relief from Indigestion, Gas, Heartburn
or Sour, Acid, Upset Stomach—Anytime!
and quiet
v eating a
■     i- ■. -  sin—any
* . ti relii ■■'• - the
. Gases, Heart-
. ing or Acidity
pleasant and harmless.
Million* know the magic of "Pape's
- keep it hand;*
thej eat 1 neb <>r eat something
which does not agree with them. GO
cent ; - - - guaranteed by drug-
gifts ever where,
MINERAL ACT
I    orm F)
.
I be noted
: o t i c E
Insist on i !
Unless you see 11
nol gelling
by millions
Colds
Pain
"Warhorae" and
laims situate in
Mining Division of
■    trict.
On cast bank of; :t railway
ring Creek.       the view, or bj
tl il   we,   A.   II. ' tract the attenth
tt, and N. A. Bectionman is to ,
the placing of advertising
ihe duty of the ae       iman to *
none  of  these   rt in ins   withii
highway limits.   A    ■■ although .
might not be n'itl ii   the ro id
ance, it might In      I   eed at a
a hill, at a combina    n ol   h   ■
i ertiflcate
75161,  intend,
■ late hereof, to
•■ Recorder for u
■ omenta, for the j
whereupon steps an
the co-operation oi
and have him remi
favorable location.
Another matter i
that
s
a
11ml A | I
of Itojir  UnmiHUIl   l I
ng a Crown Grant | ordinary   traffic,   i
1 ilms. j Highway Act.
t notice that action     The duty of asce
; be commehced : when such traffic i
--in,nee of such Certifi-  of arranging for I
ents. dor pormil  or  I
this 16th day of July, A.D, | gather ia voBted by t
.
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help out the
.
,v' (     . then
1
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orday trip, and
hai e time to finish:
-.    .
;■;,    Wednesdays    and
drag your >ec-
-i- ti.r--..- ri;.;.- ;i. ■
be ijone over.
ire to do genrral
i  |    ial attention to
ut ditches leading
irts, cleaning out
tl ■■ im ide of culverts,
i :. the ins! le of
■ weeds, properly main*
mt road ngno  ett.
ei tt-tl to be on
during working i   ui
. to ■"» p.m. with
lunch Ci 'i.i 12*o i.
are expected to report
ing in their sec-
tine   putting   up   new
to  the center uf  the
11.   They ere aim report  ■ nyone usinj; the
traffl ■.    Be
to i  . di r any assfs-
to travellers In diffl-
rUK'T engi:
81-85lpnbllc works officii!     so that a
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5VNUP518 OF
LANDMMENDMENTS
PRE-EMPTIONS
'."acai.t.        •.     irred,      anrvmymi
'rown :»n»Js may be pre-eint-ted hy
.-. over is yeara of ait«
:. i  Lv  u..- ..        ..-  tnt«i.tlOD
. ta, condl*
licnal u^oa residence, occupation,
mj Improvement tor agricultural
purpoaea.
Pull Information com ■ ruing re*iu-
latlona regai'-it.-' pra-emptlona li
given In Bulletin L ind .s-^rieM
"How to Pm   :..; i oplea ol
■ ■ .' chargi
by addrei   -  - ■'•, irunent    ol
:.,:■   '..., .   i    : ■.<.  ni,y Gov-
-ruir.-tnt At ant
Records wil1 ba granted covertni
only land sul able fo* acrfcultunu
n poae -. am bid Is noi Umber*
uid '.-.. carrying over 6.000 (>oar«:
feet per acr* wn of the Coast Rangi
mid 1,000 feel pal *.■:■■ east <>t thai
Range.
\;.;*.. ,. |i :.-   for  j-rf ■ - mptlons ar*
• i im addressed to th»- (And Horn-
nlssloner tt ts.- Ijir.'! Recording Di<
. In whloh the land applied tot
is ilmac-d, ar.1 arc made on printed
**: t..    i Dpiea of « hli .■: - -i, be ob-
■allied from tlie Land Commissioner
Pre-i n ;'* »ns n.iim Im otupih f»i
five years am) Improvenenti mad*
to veil..- ot 110 par acre, Includlni
Utlvatlng.al least flv*
'-:■ ■• ■ Ci a :■ Oranl can b-t
ed
Por more detailed Information aea
i. i're-empi
I ■and."
PURCHASE ^
Applications ii« received for pur-
.h.iPo f>f vacant and unreien-e^
Crown inndi, n^t being tltnbert-uut
for agiieultural purpoies; minimum
pric? cf flrat-otaaa (arable) land le II
pur acre, and ii  ond o tea (gracing)
.md y: ilt per ecn t urther infer-
inutlon regarding pun b  -- or leeai
if Crown laida Is given ,n Iiullatit
Ko, 10. Ixiid Herlee. "I'urctiaae and
Lesaa of Crown LanJa."
.Mill, factory, or Industrial eltea ea
Hm'jer l**nd, not exceeding 40 aorea,
mny ho purchaaed or leased, the een«
iiitionM including payment ol
•tutnpage.
HOMESITE   LEASES
Onsurve^ed areas, nol exi -tiCf II
acres, miy be leaiei; aa tioraealteg
cfindlllonal u. n a dwelling being
■frprli-d In 'hi llrst yenr. title being
oSttilnnb'e ef ■•:■ residence and lm
provornent cc. lltlonn are fulflllal
and land hue  been eurveyed.
LBA8U8
Por grating «nd lnrl:intr1al pur-
p<jiiea aifaa n il SXOeadlng 640 acrai
mny   bo   Ifttec     hy   one   poreon   er  e
oompany,
CHAZINQ
FAMOUS CANAOiAW KEGJiMEWT'^. iiiAND FOR BRIT AIM
daj':
Photographed at Windsor Station, Montreal, prior to galling on the Canadian Pacific liner "Empress of France."   Thc band ot the fnmoua
I ftrtrifin's Canadian Light Infantry, clad in peace-time scarlet,   le on iu wny td the British Bmpirt Bxhlbftfon. Wembley.   Fwy 't''"1 :'
a veteran of thi vi.ir. ully
]iin;iiiii::ri,;i, * i m mitin i luimBattmaiiniow
g   THi; VICTORIA CAFE   1
!=:  PLEASANT M KHlMMUMiH     I
SBHT1CE  UHBUBPAS8BD      |
KOXfl   MMIKKII   FOOD §1
Under the fh
Inci le divided
end the  r*n«<
Orating      & •*
graslng parml
niiinlifira reriK-
to aaiaLliihi'd
may form •
nageinent.    I
r—m* *t,  a re • a
iSL ''
»7in*K Aci the Pro**
into grasleg dlatricta
tdmlnlatered under s
imlssloner.     Annual
.ue liNiied hiiN-ad on
piliMliy bring given
iwnera Kioi-k-ownara
for   range
ly free. PAQE   POUR
THK   CRAiniBOOK   IU!RAM>
l-ridiiy, October 3rd, 1924
Cbe Cranbrook Herald
NOTE AND COMMENT
rubiisiied Every Friday
F A. WILLIAMS
Hi- heart doubtless bursting with the fervor of
n. POTTER, B. Be. I thc first line o( the cloxology, Premier Oliver has
TT—.'~T '.  '■"' -,„„ „    ..      iire-i-nn-i! a new chureh at Nelson witli a new set of
gab»c-rl|itlon rrlco  J2.00 Pot Tear , ,. ,,
To United Stales  $8.50 Per Tear brass nl"" dishc-.. "'""' tlle silnle b,g"ess "f hcilrt
Advertising Bat™ on Application, Changes ot Copy that led liiln in thank some of thc lady workers in his
for Advertising should be banded lu not later than Wed- cause with ample kisses, ll lui- not been learned
nesday noon to securj attention.  .that lie has made any similar gifts tu North Okana
gan churches, nor can thc ladies there expect a re-
: ward of quite tile same magnitude as their sisters in
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 3rd, 1924
Nels.
GOING AT IT RIGHT
The agricultural possibilities of the Cranbrook
district are getting some good, and insistent advertising from the livestock activities emanating in""
the office of thc district agriculturist. It has been incident through whicli the city superintendent there
shown that farming In this district when pursued was suspended l» the mayor for failing to can') out
along lines that boom days publicity purported his orders. Reference mode in thc Free I'ress to the
were paving thc way to wealth, would more correct    discharged engineer a- n "faithful and hard worklui
Some pleasantries have been passing between
the mavur of the city of fernie and the editor "i llu-
Free I've-- there.   Thev seem to have arisen over thc
ly be described as directing the way to tlie poor-
house.   Farming in tlie di trict accordingly did not
seem tu prosper, ai
uf confidence in it
small task, bul llu*
it has been taken In
among the young
Teach the yi iiinger
ew i.i In* a lack
•uniliai this iias been no
[lv n.\i ul nccompl
Finnish*, and si
armers has come n* i
ilks to rai-<* a belter ca
^Sr:
their knees and thank God for what tin
from Our Exchanges
employee" seems to ban* aroused llu- ire of the
mayor, wlio is said thereupon to have called his editor friend "even different kind ol liar," which he
probably was nil editors being tailed with the same
brush - ami goes on lo accuse the paper ol never hav-
lie work ing missed an opportunity to slur or slander him,
: It's an old, old story, wliich all newspaper offices can
'tell nf. and the Free I'ress editor hits the nail un the
than their father In,-, and iln- result is a new spirit!bead when he says that people like that should get
of optimism thai cannot fail to maki it-eliJMt. Like
the l.-aveu iii the bread, il will work in all Wctious, paper has not -aid about them
ami work thoroughly. This i- iln- reason thai some
importance should righlh   1«* attached in lhc pig
clubs, calf clubs, poultry clubs, junior stock judging
contests, and every other line of endeavor lhat tends | _^,< ^ | /*P*=Ksl!
lo stimulate th< interest uf tin* younger gcneratioi
in ihe (arming*n sources ui the district, which tli
nut in the past seem lu have been given their full i V " w " " *    ^"' "*"'    *—s,\tt>itreH>i e,^^
measure uf encouragement.
| A HARD LESSON TO LEARN
It litis taken a fearful experience to bring home tn
j lbe parents nf Richard I.oeb the evils of a life without
work ami without purpose.    It has brought to them the
Cranbrook  i- tliis- week welcoming  within it- need ot parental responsibility.   It has come to them with
gates one wlm lias risen tn eminence, and from long a fateful poignancy, with the dread moral of a hideous
association with the city, ever since ils infancy, in'story in real life.   Hut the moral does not remain with
facl, has cume to be looked upon with almost the]0'0 I""'1'"'" "r thc'J0*"** murderer, its teaehing is pro-
. ,      , , , , , ,     , I claimed Ear nml wide as to the end of a life without res-
same pride thai an older town would bestow on ^       ibmty( fl Mfl wWl0||t endeaV0l.   with the fearfljl
native sou. Whatever tlu- general purport oi his visit consequences of living with the sole aim of satisfying
to the west may he, the visit of Dr. King to the city every whim ami fancy, however horrible. If thore are
df Cranbrook at this time h;i^ absolutely nn political those who envy the ones who are possessed in over ineas-
significance so thai mi this occasion hi' tan be greet-' ure wit!l t'l'K world's k»o<1k. there must, he the satisfaction
I    -,,     i ,,   .        i.i      „.,]:;;   i i ,. m,„ ami eontentment lhat better is the possession of little, or
v<\ with a heartiness tliat need mu in- < uaiin<-<i hv thei ' ■,-,,.,   ,    ,
,       , ,, ... ' even poverty, than the possession of wealth if it Is to lead
thought of any divergence ol opinion on matters ol 11(i whut it h.ls ,e(, in thu CMe of tlu, chlcag() murteerBi
slate polity,   lie comes as lhc representative ol East t0 the idle rich the warning comes ten-fold.—Exchange.
Kootenay at Ottawa, and the fact that lie has risen 	
to the eminence of cabinet raid, a- mini lit of public j GOVERN.. i.NT TOOK TOO GREAT A RISK
works, cannot be said even by Ilis bitterest opponents The   Oliver governmenl  really courted  defeat  in
to have brought any discredit on thc city and dis-1 bringing about a by-election in North Okanagan.      The
ent with
to appoint
VETERAN CHQSE
VANCOUVER SITE
Railway    Engineer    Conducted
Early Explorations in Rockies
With Indian Band.
MEETING THEIR FRIENDS
ict.   Dr. King may lie precluded from bestowing sencrnl election in the provlnco left tho govornmei
.,,       * , '.,...     ,,-.*.. r    , ..-    ,    lu very narrow majority.   There was no need to a
trict
tangible evidences of his friendship for East Koote-
liuil
i any new* members of the government, and it would seen
nay on tbe constituency in the form ol public ,mn- ithnt „ liny mMm of thc m.ovince wua mtiiM ,0 ,.<,,,„
dings, etc., because there i- mil I'm- need fur them,  sontatlon, it wus the city of Vancouver—thc great eom-
but lhe work being undertaken at Vancouver, iu tlie | mercinl center of British Columbia which hud elected five
development uf the port facilities, represents an in- Liberal members to support thc government.
terest in lhe province al large lhat has lhc help and |        While Dr; Al"cl»«mdd was elected in North Okanagan
, ,       ... , .' . .       r ... iin the general election bv a couple of hundred majority
backing oi Dr. King, and ., something from whichL   ^ fl minorJty repre8entativG( and tlu. tnta, V(lU. pd-
this district may ultimately hope to derive sonic con-  ,e(j |(y t()0 tln.e(, oppos|tjon candidates was between one
siderable benefit indirectly. and two thousand votes greater than his total.   The Oliver
In his nrcsent  sphere  Dr   Kind counts as his [government made a daring venture and lust, with the re
friends all liis constituents, and it i- io shake their
suit that the government's position is made much worse
I not only in the legislature, where it is now practically
hand in a friendly way, and tu renew acquaintances . Nvithout ., majoHty, but in the province at large. A gov-
that has brought him to tlie district at this lime. eminent in such a precarious position as that of B.C.,
'was foolish to take any risks.—Lethbridge Herald.
FORT STEELE DANCE
LAST FRIDAY WAS
LARGELY ATTENDED
will be pleased to know tliat such a1 Biootu.—It is reported that there
fund is being raised and will be glad will he fully 11,000 acres of genuine
of an opportunity of contributing to Grimm alfalfa seed in the Brooks
this worthy cause. The subscribing district this year, nnd that the seed
committee were Fred Binmore, E. H. output should be all the way from
I,. Attree, William Astor Drayton and ! 200,000 to 400,000 pounds.
F. A. Levitt.
Winnipeg. — Creamery products
from the western praries carried off
aboul 00 per cent, of all the prb.es
in these classes at the Cnnadian Na-
titinnl Exhibition at Toronto, according to the Winnipeg Tribune.
TWKNTV  YEARS  AGO
Kitracta Trom The Cranbrook
Herald of this date, 1908.
What was considered by many to
be the most enjoyable dance held in
Fort Steele since the early days ofj
lhat once thriving town, took place I
on Friday evening last at tlie Hand |
Hall.   The dance was got up by some |
of the ladies of Fort Steele for thc \
purpose of augmenting the fund that
is being raised for the erection of a
fence around  the  cemetery,  a considerable  sum  having  been   already
got together by the personal subscrip
tions of Fort Steele residents. I     A party of surveyors working from ; ^
After the dance got under way tbe; ll"' north has reached  Sinclair, and'
hall was    crowded.      Everybody in j "ill continue to wurk south till Ihey
Steele  was   out,   the   number  being  meet  the  party   working  from   that
swelled by visitors from Hull Kiver, lend.
Wardner,     Wasa,     Cranbrook   and j — 'J
('. M .Edwardi  has brought down *
some   very   fine   galena   nnd   copper | ^
specimens from the  Welcome group
in the St. M
Yahk. The event was sunicwhal in
the nature <<f a reunion, several being present who had not danced in
Fort Steele for nearly twenty-live
years. The Robinson orchestra of
Cranbrook supplied the music, which
left nothing to be desired, and a
pleasing feature of the evening was
the dancing of an obi time square
dance in which five sets participated,
At midnight refreshments were served, dainty sandwiches, delicious cake
nnd delightful coffee being nil much
enjoyed. Dancing was continued till
the early hours, when tho guests departed, all agreed tbat they had had
a most enjoyable time und anxious to
know when another would be held.
Mrs. N. L, Langln was largely responsible foi" the success of tlie affair
nnd she was ably assisted by Mrs. 11.
Kershaw, Mrs. Levitt and Mrs. Moore.
Through their efforts between $50
and $75 was added to the fund.
In regard to \hv cemetery fund, iu
aid of which the dance was given, it
might be of interest to know thut it j
is but two months old and has now
renched the substantial amount of
over two hundred dollars, lt war-
started on July 2-lth, a committee of
four drafting a petition which set
out lhat the purpose of the fund was
for the building of a substantial fence
around the cemetery property, the
estimated cost of which was about
$000. No money was to lie collected
until the entire amount was subscribed when work would be Immediately
commenced. Doubtless there an1
many former residents of Steele who
Sk.ouii worth
now been done
J
which about *
*
*
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Land & Build-l
lings For Sale 1
* My Property, in and near t
Jaffray, is offered for sale 1
— including — *
consisls very largely of
choosing a baking powder whose leavening
qualities are uniformly
reliable.
Magic Baking Powder
is the powdci Lhat ne\er
fails you. This la lhe
reason why il is by far
the most popular baU-
iiti! powder in Canada.
ESAftJNU
AMMMlW
WWMWWVV.VAV
ji MUSICAL SOCIETY :
£ NOTES j
A meeting nf the executive committee wus held on Thursday evening
of last woek, when much work was
done towards getting the society under way for the season.
The work of ihe subcommittee
which has been busy on the forthcoming dramatic entertainment waa
approved. It is expected to put this
beforo the public about the middle of
November. The program will con-'
sist of two short sketches: "lei On !
Parle Franeais," ami "Playgoers," i
the latter hy Sir Arthur Pinoro. In
addition to the sketches there will be
concert items to vary the program.
It is the confident hope of the so-1
clety that this performance will liqui-
date lit least a part of tho indebtedness with which the soriety closed the '
season last year.
A general meeting of the society is
being called for Tuesday evening, j
October 7th, to commence work on!
the Gilbert and Sullivan opera '"The
Pirates of Penzance," which produc-
tlon it is expected to present towards j
the close of the season.
The committee took up the suggea-1
Hon made at the annual general meeting, of the reduction of the meml or-
ship fee to One Dollar for the sea-
ion, but requiring members to purchase their own music. This will be
recommended to the general meeting.
Members, and those who arc at all I
interested, make it a point to be ut I
the meeting on Tuesday evening next j
and assist the executive to get tho j
work for the season under way,
The
of    development  has
Wm. Bschwig, Fernie hotclman, is
in the city this week, and states he is
now putting up another hotel nt Fernie, on wliich no expense will be
spilled.
The fifth anniversary of tho opening of the Methodist church will be
celebrated on Sunday next.
.1. A. Genest returned on Sunday
If rom Quebec, where he had been visiting his old home for some weeks.
larm  Lands  (Completely
Equipped Kami)
Buildings, Barns, Sheds, Etc,
I arm Implements
Etc,      Btc,
COMPLETE OR IN PARI
Cropa on one piece of this Und
at Jaffray Utt  year went
over 60 bus. per acre.
Write, wire or phone
J. HENDERSON,
| Jaffray     -     -    B.C.
**************************
Viola Dana in "la Search of •Thrill*
At Slar Th-Mtn, Thur., Crl. and Sot. Orlobcr 10, 17 ami IU
1
ANNUAL
MEETING
of the
PARENT - TEACHER
ASSOCIATION
will be held on
Thurs., Oct. 9
at 8,00 |V.m.
at the Y. M. C. A.
Ail  interested are urKeiilly
requested  to  attend.
Is Honored by Hudson's Bay
Company.
Fifty years ago
Henry J.
Cnmliie, a vig-
o r (ni s young
Irish engineer in
the employ of
the Dominion
g o v e r n in eat,
stood on the
wooded shores ol
Hu it a rd   Inlet
and visualised
the nrcsent city
nf Vancouver,
T o d a y thin
doyen among
Canadian railroad builders, with perhupH thi' longest
record of railway service behind him
of any man in thu Dominion, makes
Vancouver his home ami enjoys the
satisfaction of watching the 'city of
his dreams' fast becoming Ihu busiest
port on the I'su-ilie ('oust.
lt is us chief engineer of the world
famous construction of the Canadian
Pacific Railway through thu Prasor
Canyon thut Mr. Gamble's name has
liecome indelibly inscribed on the
pages of British Columbia's history.
So that when the Hudson's Bay
Company recently donated an annual
gold medal to the Vancouver Pioneers' Association to be presented to
the member of that organization
deemed most worthy by liis fellow
pioneers, it was most fitting that Mr.
Cambie should be the first to be
chosen for that honor. This beautiful
tribute which bears tangible recognition to Mr. Cambie's eminent services
to the province of British Columbia
is cherished by him as one of his
most valuable possessions.
Henry J. Cambie came to Canada
from Ireland in 1852, at the age of
sixteen and for twelve years was
identified with the building of several
railroads in Ontario, Quebec and thc
Maritime provinces. In 1874 his
ability as a construction engineer
having been recognised by the government he was commissioned to
conduct a series of explorations in the
province of British Columbia. The
choosing of a suitable site for the
Pacific Coast terminal of a transcontinental railway was one of the
chief duties assigned the young
engineer and it is largely due to his
judgment and foresight in this matter
that the city of Vancouver exists
today as the western 'end of steel'
in that great trans-continental achievement, the Canadian Pacific.
During the twelve years of exploration which prefaced Mr. Cambie's participation in the construction
of the Canadian Pacific, he journeyed
far into hitherto inaccessible portions of the province and visited
sections which had never before beon
.seen by a white man. With a faithful
band of Indians he travelled through
British Columbia's forests, climbed
her mountains, searched her valleys,
sailed and paddled up and down her
streams, eventually pushing his way
as far as the Peace River country.
The most glorious chapter of Mr.
Cambie's career began in 1880 when
ho took charge of the construction of
t he railway through the Fraser
Canyon from Vale to Lytton. With
the completion of this seciion in 1884
lie spent thc next two years as chief
engineer, on construction between
Savona Ferry and Shuswap Lake,
coming to Vancouver in 1SS6 as
division engineer for thu Canadian
Pacific. Later as consulting engineer
his skill in his profession and his
intimate knowledge of the province
uf British Columbia combined to
make him an oillcial of unusual value
to his company. Although he resigned
in.m active service in 1920 after being
'.v.niiiiunUdly associated with the
Canadian Pacific and its predecessor
tho Government Railway, for ti:s
•■ears, bib sago advice and sound judg-
ment arc still sought und valued liy
th • ;iPat transportation system which
s »rved so long and so faithfully.
'1' id ty at the age of eighty-eight
; outstanding pioneer of British
lolumbia is Still hale and hearty
; 1 is a frequent visitor at the
Vancouver otlkes of the Canadian
v"Ti>. Railway,
NELSON BUSINESS
COLLEGE
— LEARN TO EARN —
Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping, Penmnnihip, Spelling,
Rapid Calculation, Commercial
English, Commercial Law, Filing,  General  Office   Procedure.
Individual Tuition
Commence Any Time
New Term Now Commencing
P.O. Box 14-Phone 603
Rastus was looking for work   .nd j AVAWWAW.VM\VWW«
the employer  was asking him the us-1 - -
ual questions.
"What's your name?"
'Krastus Jackson, suh."
"How old nre you?"
"Ah is twenty-nine yeahs, suh
"Are you married?"
"No sub. dat scar on mn head is'? Rural Telephone
where a mule done kicked me." ^AWiVAV.W.W^MW/iS
SFreshMilM
;j 10c Quart
;I cai.i.*—
5    GODDERIS' DAIRY
■:• * * * * ***** * * * * * * * **,•. %** $ ,j.$„i„j. *** **********************
I TRAIN OF 25 CARS
| EVERY 15M1NUTES
* Was the Output of the Texaco Company's Refinery
During thc Month of July.
T
* Kvci-y gullon nnd bmrol ut iliin is -junrmiteotl in glvo tlio utmost
•:• Bntlsfnctton
|                    THI'. OH. WITH Till'. GOLDEN CLEAR COLOR
t                               GAS WITH THL INSTANT SPARK
j DEZALL'S GARAGE
| Dotlgo, Studobnto nnd Overland Cnra
| SUTHERLAND'  SERVICE  STATION
| WILSON'S   SERVICE  STATION
I ALL GARAGES IN KIMBERLEY
•:• ALL FIRST CLASS OIL Ai>ID SERVICE STATIONS
% THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT
| JAS. KERRIGAN & CO.
* DISTRIBUTORS |
OUR
Clearance
Sale
is continuing for a few days more.
Despite heavy felling there   are   scores of Bargains
still to be had.
Also Going on Sale
A NEW PURCHASE OF
400 Pairs oi Shoes 400
Bought right — this shipment will be sold at amazingly low prices, underselling any mail order house.
These Shoes are of High Quality, and the
values must be seen to be
appreciated.
TO ARRIVE IN A FEW DAYS:
A Shipment of Ladies' Dresses
In the Latest Styles — Attractively Hriced
B. WESTON'S STORE
BAKER STREET
"CRANBROOK
J
•*^***********-***-*-********i-**-*-»**-*+-»+****-*+
SERVICE
quality Co-Operative
Men's SUITS & OVERCOATS
W. ere allowing u nice range of ENGLISH & SCOTCH
CLOTHS, und we nre nlao (telling ordcra lor MEN'S
MADE-TO-MEASURE CLOTHING . If you hnve
not bought ■— aee ua ihta week.
This week the well known firm of W. 11. MAT-KIN
nre sampling the town with their MADE-IN-B.C. GOODS,
nnd they deserve your attention, We earry their lines in stock
at all times.
THE   FRUIT   SEASON
is nhottt over.    Wc are expecting some CONCORD QRAPES
from Ontario, and have   a   shipment arriving this week from
Washington of—
BARTLETT IM:ARS   -   TOKAY ORAI'ES
COWICHAN ORAPES  •  CONCORD ORAPES
ORAPE FRUIT ■ ORANQES . SAND CHERRIES
PRUNES  •  PEACHES ■ PUMPKINS ■  SQUASH
Cranbrook Dist. Co-Op. Soc.;
g»-i-i ts.*-.*-*j»jt..» »;»-».-■»-» tsttc&mmmemmtmmtmmmm
SPECIAL WEEK-END
OFFERINGS
Extra Choice Pork Legs
(any b!zc Cttl)
Extra Choice Pork Loins    -
Small Pork Shoulders
(cm in order)
25c per 11)
25c per 11)
20c per 11)
SPECIAL DAIRY FED VEAL
Special Veal Roasts
Special Slewing Veal
18c & 20c peril)
3 lbs. for 25c
CHOICE SPRING LAMB
Prime Ribs Beef, boned and rolled - 20c lb
Prime Beef Drippings, per lb. - - 10c
Special Pure Pork Sausage      -     -      30c lb
Try Our GLENDALE Fresh Creamery Butter
P. Burns C& Co., Ltd.
— P II 0 N E    10 —
Cranbrook, B. C. Friday, October 3rd, 192-4
THE   CRANBROOK   HKItAI.II
PAGE FIVE
'
ALL-CANADIAN
PROGRAM AT PARISH
HALL NEXT TUESDAY
Arrangements have now been completed for the appearance of Mrs. W.
D. Todd, of Victoria, in this eity on
Tuesday evening next, with her All-
Canadian concert program. She will
be heard at the Parish Hall, commencing nt 8.15.
It Is quite In keeping with the
work Mrs. Todd hns been doing) and
the doctrine shfl has been preaching,
that she appears iu au all-Canadian
program. She is an npoBtlo of the
doctrine of supporting hor own
country first. It wus iu recognition
of this work tliat slu> was sont to the
Toronto N ui in mil Exhibition, in
charge of thc ll. C. Women's Institute
exhibit. Concerning hor visit there
the Canadian Fanner quotes her us
saying she had been cspcriully struck
with the words 'Made iu Canada" to
he seen everywhere ut the Toronto
Exhibition. Mrs. Todd hai! her eyes
opened to sut-h things through hor
work with ihe B. C, Products Buronu,
which put on a campaign, assistod by
the Women's institutes, to induce
British Columbians to buy first iu li,
C, then in Canada, then in the Km-
piro.
Mrs. Todd is a real B. C. product—
though her father came from Oshawa
and her mother from Peterboro. Five
minutes with her explains why she
did such a splendid work in the "Buy
at Home" campaign carried on in many parts of the province during the
last yenr or so — because she has
sympathy that is quick, and deep,
with a sense of humor.
Her program on Tuesday evening
will be well worth supporting, and the
staff of the Central School, who are
responsible for her appearance, are
hoping for good support for the event
LIOUOR CASES ARE UP
THIS WEEK; SEEKING
TO   PROVE   ALIBIS
The prosecution of the liquor cases
which were started last week before
Magistrate Leask still proceeds at the
time of going to press. Cases from
Bull Uiver, Kimberley, Wardner, Moyie, Yahk and elsewhere have been
heard, six cases in ull having had a
hearing. Adjournments till later
the week were made in some cases,
so that it is likely to he well on t<
next week before the hearings ar
concluded.
From expressions <<( opinion beard
it is evident thnt tlie public ure get-
ling pretty sick of these long drawn
mt legal battles, days being spent in
onie cases which should take but a
few hours.   Tho government through
the liquor control board engages the
"spottt'is" tn operate iu certain ilis-
tlicts lo endeavor to suppress the illegal side uf liquor. For some reason the liquor board has been particularly solicitous as lo the welfare
of tin- Cranbrook district, allowing
little time to elapse between the
round-ups. These agents ought to
have the records of the government
vendor at tlieir disposal, which would
be a sort of up-to-date "who's who"
in tbe bootlegging world. Naturally
to get these men is an easy matter
for any who nre willing to play the
part of au informer in the necessary
transaction. There is no elaborate
system of passwords in getting a
drink; iu fact in some instances it has
transpired that the bootlegger has actually solicited husiness unwittingly
from the spotter.
But what most people cannot understand is why there is so much difficulty after the aprehension of the
guilty party, in fastening the facts
of the case on to them.     These men
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hall return
the end of last week from an exun
(led holiday visit to eastern poin'.-.
For service on Nush and Star cars
see their agents, Ratcliffe & Stewart,
opposite Post. Ofllce, Cranbrook, B.C.
20tf
Frank Belangi
a visitor with kn<
days last  week,
through io Ids Foi
ton on Friday.--
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Rogers of Cres
ion, were Cranbrook vi
f Dull Rive      day.
ner friends a few _
Bill .'  ■  v, ii'     R. P. Moffatt returned on    ..■*!.,;.
from a In ief business irip tn
ras taken to the
n Tuesday suf-
d foot.
Copy   for  the   customary  budget
I' Wycliffe happenings came to hand
GhildiQ*
'- '   J:   '
1*W,i';* •
-and it is bo mild, so digestible that yo
I templing r
Satur- too late for
insertion thl
B   the   lost   Dt
week,  ar-
the paper
nn a ■.;.;. to t h * *
anion RoKvlew.
last
I alw
tol
the central school.
part of the proceeds from which will imust know from experience that de-
go towards securing some needed j fence along certain stock lines will be
equipment for the sewing classes at I put up, the one which seems to be
worn quite threadbare being the alibi. Equally important, most people
would think, along with securing the
evidence, should be the steps to guard
against the offering of an alibi. This
could be done in several simple and
effective ways. If the evidence of an
alibi breaks down, naturally the defence would be discredited. If this
were done, probably such a defence
would be abandoned.
Others are of the opinion that extreme partiality is being shown with
respect to the prosecution of those
who are commonly known to be engaging in the illegnl sale of liquor.
Fucts seem to lend considerable color
thereto.
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always rIvcs mill*
(action. Kor any
tvhe or pain. It
llives instant relief.
liniment
Co., Limited
Yarmouth,   -  •   N.S,
Hemstitching.—Mrs. Surtees,
nan Avenue.
Gar-
/'ardmaster Loasby, who has been
a hospital patient nt Cranbrook, returned on Thursday last with Mn,
1 onsby, and were until Monday, the
guests of Mrs. Jones nt Kuskanook.
Mi. Loasby left again on Monday for
mother visit to Dr. Green, but will
be back again about the middle of the
week. — Creston Review.
iiiiiisicaiiiaiAi»iiiiEj*ifi»i-*iiriiiciaiiti«iii-iiiic? -siiiJUE.a^tji^Mtii.icicsiiiimiE-mHiaTHMnicsi&iriiHisHeaiKiiticifTicatMiiLtii-iiiJE
Your Last Chance j
To secure FREESTONE PEACHES i
and ITALIAN PRUNES, due to
arrive Friday.
We have a large shipment of
CONCORD GRAPES
due to arrive next week.   Phone us
your order, as this is the last lot.
PHONE US YOUR ORDER FOR
APPLES
We have hundreds of boxes to choose
from, at the lowest market prices.
John Manning
PHONE 173
OFFICE 93
itiiuiiiii.tiiitiiii unit vtiwAiinn hi
Dr. Evans, Instructor In geology at tin
Brandon College, along with Prafes- fn
Bor and Mrs. Wright, of the faculty;
of   music   in   thc   same   institution*
were visitors here for a day the em
of last week, on their way hark frun
West Robson to Brandon.  They wert
guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. E, IL McPhee
If the Capilano timber is sold thi
Liberal members in  Vancouver will j
resign.   If the timber is not sold Pat- j
tullo will likely resign :so Osculatory
John is very much between the devil
and the deep seu.—Slocan Record,
Walter Walters of the L. I). Cafe
has rented the Garnham ranch at
Kootenay Orchards for a period, and
Mrs. Garnham expects to be leaving
shortly to join Mr. Garnham at the
Coiast.
Tungsten Lamps, 10, 25, 40, 50,
and GO watts, at 30c each; 4 for $1.
at — W. F. DORAN'S.
Our Low Prices win every time
Under the direction of Rev. F Y
Harrison, Cubmuster, thc cub pnek
of the Anglican Scout patrol enjoyed
a hike on Saturday morning, about
twenty boys going along out to the
city reservior. The hoys took some
lt-nch along with them, and tha culminating point was the impromptu
meal participated in by the already
healthy young appetites super-sharpened by their walk in the bright fall
morning.
Ratcliffe & Stewart, the local agents for the Nash Motor Co., are in
receipt of good news in regard to the
new 1925 models of this popular car
Their principals assure them that it
will far surpass anything as yet produced in thc auto line, and thnt descriptive literature with regard to it
will soon be ready for distribution.
Persons considering tbe purchase of
a new car would do well to make enquiries of the Nash agents here before making a choice. 2!i
Following an accident on the Wycliffe road on  Sunday  evening,  1>.
Pegliardiene, of Wycliffe. was fined
$20.00 on Monday, for driving to the
common danger.    Mrs. Bert Hill was
returning   home   about   eight-thirty,
and had drawn her car into the side
of the rond to allow a car which was
seen approaching, to pass clear. This
wns PegUardlone's car, and it failed
to clear the waiting car, taking off
j the near front  wheel and damaging
the front mudguard.        Whether he
I realized the damage he had done or
I not, he proceeded on, and did not re-
itmn till another car had followed him
to about the bridge at Wycliffe.    In
addition to paying the  fine,  defendant  was ordered to make good the
damage on Mrs, Mill's car.
V. Mawson of i
y mi -Saturday, di
friii.i a hunting trip.
Mrs. Hi'tic and her i
Ptttenatl, of Yahk, wi
visitors lasi week,
reston, was in
i iii- way home
Mr. i
ily left
ud Mrs. F. Harvey and fnm-
Saturday last for Lethbrldge
where  Mis.  Harvey  i
visit fm- a few weeks,
i- pOCted  lu be away
id family will
Mr. Harvey
-,"j
.^jum
DISTRICT IS
M
Mr.
and  Mrs.  Cowie,
jgistered at the Cro
Friday last.
Yahk.
ok II,I-
Itln
luncil, wore
si  week (ill
NOTICE
BLACKSMITHING, HORSESHOEING
and ACETYLENE WELDING SHOP
NOW OPEN
The undersigned have opened up in the old
Brown stand, across from the Cranbrook Foundry, on
Cranbrook Street, and respectfully solicit a share of
your patronage in the above line of work.
Quick Service and Good Work at Reasonable Prices
is Our Motto
Bring us your broken castings.  Lumbermen's Supplies
made to order.  Wide experience in afllines of work.
CALL AND SEE US
Nicholson & Hurlburt
For Beds, Bed Springs and Dressers, see the Big 2'2, Armstrong Avenue. 20
Thc Beck and Walker minstrels on
Saturday evening got a fairly goud
house at the Auditorium, there being
a good representation especially from
out of town points. The program was
snappy and bright, with plenty of
laughs, and one or two exceptionally
good numbers. The endmen aud comedians had the usual good flow of
patter, and two ladles, one with a
very pleasing soprano voice, made
un unusual addition to thc show. A
jait orchestra supplied sympathetic
accompaniments ns well as syncopated music of tbe ultra-up-to-date kind
and the program closed with the
usual sketch. Some clever step dancing was interspersed throughout the
program, nud the roller skate dancing
wns one of the outstanding numbers.
Don Morton, the eccentric skating artist, was very much nt home on "Lizzie" and "Henry" as he called his
mounts, and his number was all too
short.
We cany a full line ol Mens Women's and Misses' Shoes.
W. F. DORAN.
Our low prices via every time.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarence ".Joe"
Loughlin, of Kdgewater, formerly of
Golden, met with an accident early
last week, resulting in their being
confined to the hospital at Windermere. It appears that they were lea
ving the Radium Hot Springs in a
democrat when a motor car from Al-
sac, Sask., came up behind them on
the road. They pulled in to the side
of the road, but the enr caught tlu
wheel of the democrat, tearing it ofi
and throwing the occupants to the
ground. The team .took fright ami
bolted, scattering portions of the lie
for a considerable distance along the
road. The driver of the car is reported to have kept on going, and was
Inter arrested at Canal Flat, after
Mrs. Laughlin had crawled hack to .1.
S. Blakley's storo and notified the
Mounted Police of the accident. According to latent information the driver waa fined $:50. — GolJon Blur,
R. Goulet and R. Vi
seining the Good Roar
in lhe cily the end .
Good Roads business.
W. C. Wade of Fernie, and R, Mac
kin of Bull River, officials of the ll
K. Power Co., were in the city on
company business on Monday.
We have just received a carload of
Simmons Beds, Mattresses and
Springs.
W. F. DORAN
Our Low Prices win every time
The baseball game played in Cranbrook on Sundny last between Wardner and Cranbrook proved a vie-1
tory for the latter, M to (i telling
the tale. If the weather is favorable
tho last game of the season will be
played at Wardner on Sunday next
between the same teams.
Sheriff Doyle of Kelson was in the
city on Monday last. While here he
made out the list of those who were
to be honored as grand and petit jurors at the forthcoming assizes.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cameron, who
huve been on a motor visit with
friends at Penticton and coast points,
returned via Spokane at the end ei
the week, and were Cranbrook callers early this week. — Creston Review.
Saturday, September lit, was the
first day since early June that the
boat has not hnd to make a cull at
Kuskanook enstbound to put off at
least one tourist. Westbound, however, thero is still need for the daily
boat can-
Kitchener had two distinguished
visitors from Crnnbrook on Frit'uy
last in Geo. Powell and John Martin.
Mr. Powell has just recently rejoined
the army of benedicts and he certainly looks as if the home cooking
agreed with him.—Creston Review.
under th
Auxiliary
incuts will bi
i the  meeting,
thoress, ami
Japan, will
Parish Hail
on Friday, October 10th,
auspices of the Women's
f Christ Church.   Hefresh-
Borved at the close of
.Shaw, a
lonnry to
ing in tin
ida
.ly   cordia
.1. Schell, manager of the Western
Grocers, was in Creston at the time
of the fire, and only returned to the
city on Thursday about noon, to find
his establishment a sorry ruin. An
office is being opened temporarily iu
tbe former CCS. building on Norbury Avenue on Friday morning, and
on Saturday, Mr. W. . Riley, of Winnipeg, president of the Western Grocers, Ltd., is expected to arrive, having left on Thursday evening. The
fire adjusters are expected to arrive
on Friday from Calgary and "Business As Usual" will soon be the slogan of the company again, it is hoped.
For prompt repairs ond satisfaction go to Ratcliffe & Stewart's garage. 20tf
WACOM
Coining    to    Star    Theatre    Wed.
Thur. and Fri., October 16, 17 and 18.
BORN, — On Saturday, September
27th, to Mr. and Mrs. ll. Edmunds,
of Wardner, at the St. Kugene Hospital, a son.
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Worden have
as their guest Mrs. W. S. Slewart ui
Calgary, who in company with her
mother and brother, Mrs. T. Dimu-'i
ami Mr. .1. Dimma reached the city
on Sunday last by motor from San
Francisco. Also accompanying them
was Mrs. It. Proverbs of Calgary.
With the exception of Airs. Ste\ art
the party toft on Monday for Calgary.
While returning to Kimberley on
Mondnj night, Boh McDonald had a
little trouble with the big Cadillac
car which Medley McLeod has had in
operation on the Kimberley Stage
run for sonic time. Failing to make
the hill this side of Kimberley he left
the cur und went on to Kimberley.
When he returned in the morning
with a mechanic he found nothing hut
the charted remains of the car.
BORN. — On Wednesday, October
1st, at lhe St. Kugene Hospital, to
Mr. ond Mrs. A. Skead, of Kimberley,
a daughter,
A meeting of tbe Pnrent-Teacher
Association is announced for Tuesday next at the Y. M. C A. nt 8 p.m.
As upon this meeting will depend the
future of the association, so fnr as
Cranbrook is concerned, it is desired
by those favorable to the continuance
of the association, that a large number attend. The society in its maiden yeur did a lot of good work, and
with the experience of the year before them, much better results should
he obtained.
Dr. and Mrs. FTw. Green left by
motor at the beginning of the week
foi- Bantf, and after their return will
be proceeding on to the Const foi n
holiday.
Mrs. and Mrs. J. F. Guimont and
little Miss Margaret arrived on Thursday evening to take up their residence in the Ingram house here. They
have many friends who are joining in
welcoming them hack.
BOKN. — On Wednesday, October
Ist, at thc St. Kugene Hospital, to
Mr. and Mrs. C. Howell, of Wardner.
a son.
Thursday last W. D. Hill and F.
W. Mackenrot returned to Cranbrook
after a three week's motor trip to
Vancouver and other coast cities. Mr.
Hill had a pleasant time while at his
home in Vancouver, and was also
much impressed with the go-to-itive-
ness of the people of Seattle. Prospects seemed excellent for thc future
of Vancouver, he stated. Mr. Mackenrot visited friends in the Coast cities and piloted the car the entire
way back. Good roads were encountered except for a short distance
this side of Spokane.
21th
2."ith
2fUh
27th
2«th
2Hth .
JOth
31st .
PLACED FIRST
(Continued from Page 1)
kee]  tl
Lei
Oa
fd GI
o hi
John
0. Nm
.. Evelyn Barr o„-
France.' Barr to
Henry  T lylnr if
.    Rod;,)!  Hall 11
shi[
the 1
tarketing
ommuniti
inter, raise
ipring and at
hnve it up to a ton
ar it ; • ten pij;s uf
idred ; i rich.   If a pro-
.-'.nii ■- as started in
1 'id nil icmbi rs compc-
■   ..:   hy the  fall
itild ! a ■    -   car load ui hogs
hi larger markets
- overloaded.
I be u       it wards co-op-
. live >:.u-k, which
I factor In tin- economic
in ihe smaller
ANNUAL POTATO AND
SEED SHOW AT VANCOUVER NOV. 27-29
Thi
l\
I mu- ur two nf tlu
shir
There are somewhere in the neighbor!. I of five or six very nice pure
bred Yorkshire sows for sale in tlu-
above list and anyone in the hog rais-'
ing business, who is in a position t" '
keep over one or two of these bows
will be well advised to make enquiries
re tbe same of the Agriculturist a,- in ■
the near future, these s.jws will be
sent lo the block if they are not|
bought up us breeders.   Therefore it,
would he good business on the pa'I of
some of the local hog raisers t> re-
place some of tlieir scrub sov ; with
registered York-
pigs that have been brought into tbe district by the boys aud gilK
These local pig clubs are a SOyrca
of great interest among the boys
and girls as well as the farmers of the ,
district and the work is educati mal
as it is training the rising generation
iu a very important line of agricultural production.
The pig club is bringing about a
great improvement in the type- of
hog which are to he found on the
farms of the different districts in
whicli thc club is located, and is also
creating a more lively interest in hog
production. This is a highly Important feature in this province where
we are importing for domestic consumption a million and u quarter of
dollars worth of live hogs and hog
products annually. These cor e
largely  from  Alberta  and  it would
look as though the farmers uf British 	
Columbia with their good home mar-      A list of ' inbrook early
ket should be able to compete with  this week a distinguished
the farmers of the prairie and put one, appearit .,.- fallows:
; Bril sh Colur
Show and E< . Seed Exhibit
will be held ;: th* city of Vancouver,
N ■ indu i.e. under
the dii i ■ I Provincial De-
pai Iture, working in
co-opi atlon Vancouver
Bon B.C. Certi-
■  ■     Association.    Cl provided and
pi in those ui tire-
Mid entry
forms   v.                   .:■■,.   about   the
mlddb     M ■ ■             -Those interested
should wi                     •. < hief Agro-
of Agriculture,
Victoria,                ulars.     The support  .-                           '  b ith business
is respectfully re-
■ the show this
--■  '■'.'  previous
■ years.                              ■   charges   on
d                     •. '.'. I    paid as usual
by th.; d( parti i .:.
Cclebritici Flock lo lhe Cily
the million and a quarter dollar in
their own pockets, or in other words
into local circulation. If this
province can be self supporting
in the matter of hogs and hog products there is no doubt there will b-j
increased prosperity and a more contented agricultural population.
It is hoped this pig club work '--ill  mei n
be followed up in the near future-  —•-•	
with some proposition on ju=t a lit- Mr-. V. G I rry of Fernie, has
tie larger scale. For instance, such been ia the i ' ' : the past week
as a ton litter proposition.    That is | acting ..- stenographer at the
to say, a competition should be star- hearing ol the liquor cases before
ted  whereby the boy or girl  must  Magistrate Leask.
II' ;.. Dr. •'. '■'.. ■ -dis. King.
Mr. -L Heldman, private secretary.
J. A. Buck! .: . M. 1'. P., Golden.
R. K. !-•: ttl fi rmer M.P., and
■ r, Vancouver.
A. 1. Fisher, K.C former M. P. P..
and Shen :hn   r, Fernie.
W. R. Ross, K.C, Vancouver, for-
*%******************** **->
*
SALE OF
E
I-
Etc.
Etc
| Given by the Teachers of the Central School, at the
j K. P. HALL Saturday, Oct. 18 {
£ Afternoon Tea will he Served from 3.00 to 6.00 p.m.
J   Proceeds will he used fur Purchas
J ulpment
* * * * * ****** ** ***** ***** ****** -:
of Sc
School E<J.
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A Closed Car
IS THE ALL-YEAR-ROUND  CAR
FOR PLEASURE AND COMFORT
In pleasant weather, with the
windows open, you have all the
advantages of an Open Car.
In inclement weather, a few
turns of the lever gi /es you cosy
comfort.
ford & Mclaughlin I
MODELS
j HANSON GARAGE
*************************************** **************************************************■■.-*■>*************** PAQE    SIX
TUB   CRANBROOK   HKRALS
FrHny, October 3rd, 1924
metbodistCburcft^80™^
iLEY
APH IENT
OF :'LNCE
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5th
11 a.m. — Morning Service
12 noon -   Sunday School
7.30 p.m.      Evening Service    -
Junior Choir
Senior
Mother of Mrs. J. F. Smith
.- Away at Vic-
f".i SUIT NOW BEING
5 the    HEARD TO DETERMINE
i-pi
id
VALUE OF HOT SPRINGS
YOU WILL ENJOY THESE SERVICES
■Vnothov vlvii
ley's was tl    ful * lent of Uovernc
' predi nearly a Bcore i
*   rl   c   i **>;■- tin ai-rival i
; I u firm C.P.E. train.   The populi
*   to\ -  ired aboard th
..*.*:, led    as    far    .
...           .':: , v.. n  they held o pii
i .   . groat day.
i    *   . :      ... it   Yolo, where
fti n neei * for the mother t
•i     I    * night   that  ll
Mrs. Bai-Wide Divergence in Values
Sovomor      As Set By Two Parties
,''''.'i°, Concerned
.
etion witli Uu- litigation
way   in   Mi.-
in    the well I
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
J» B . Vi . A . F E U 0 I V.    f
HE MUST
Canipli.-ll-;i'.i!. nn.:   Moo*
F-fcone I).     Olllce Honni
i ts lt, 1 to u p.m.   Hats. » te 1.
]
W.  R. ROSS, K.C.
3ARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Etc.
209   ROliliRS   BUILD1NQ
VANCOUVER, B.C.
Dm. Green £ MacKIunon
1 1'hyKlelana anil Sorgoous
1   Offlce at  rotddenee,  Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICE   HOURS
j    Af Urooona    2.00 to 4.00
I    Unnlnga   7.30 to 8.30
Sundays   2.00 to 4.00
CHANBROOK, B.C.
I) It. F. B. MILES
DEMIST
OFFICE  HOURS
• to II a.m.     1 to i n.m.
RlMOE Blk.. CRANBROOK. B.C.
Baptist Cijurri)
PASTOR  W.   I
Sunday,  October   5
Rev. W. T. TAPSCOT
11 a.m.—
Morning Service
"OUK TASK AND
EQUIPME
VI noon. — Sunday School.
Bible Classes for Men & Womon
7.30 p.m.—
Evening Service
"The Master's Challenge t.>
Heroic Service"
VOI,   ARE   CORDIALLY
IHVITED.
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tlt'i  Mr.
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■ ho hanging,
■ I ivlien liet
■ re and i loved
imily lived
Lur.
DpijX < i identic ui
■ .  iviib Rnnitury
I Ions uf*
■   ■
hicli
.  I    :■   Ul
24th, i      lit!
.   I     :!   ..   \  ;
but
: ie ■ liocl  - id i
h
Sin-
. thc ault i. taken at
thc i istm of the government to
settle a cli Im for the springs, which
rei I itc i   when   the   area
known now .. * thc ICotenn;  Nnliunal
Pnrk was defined, 1" provide proper
th .ol tor   the   Banff V. Indoi
mere highway. The defend tnl In
tho ai ion are named ;. Itol n I S i-
iirt ei al., who have claimed half a
million dollnrn From the govei ent
for the iprlnj -. baaing their claim on
f
Watch your Skin
It's up to you to look your best
"') Young girls, old girls, plain girls, pretty
girls—don't we till know those duys before the mirror when, with a sigh, we
turn away and say,
"Gosh-I do look plain!"
On those days when onr skin looks had
and won't, get right—our noses won't
powder—our eyes are dull! We all knowtliem. Hut wise
women watch their skin and at the first sign of something lake tho best remedy—a dose i f
I.
iwyx-Bc'v
ciam'S
[<\w
Thoy purify tholiloi
bright und attract!;
In sup]   rt oi
hcarini'H  i>]i
of I'
I lieu'
i ST     ' ! ITUATION
■    ABORTIVE
Lothbrldge,     In llii:.. Iln- 1"i...e your
i.ml evi i, f tho operation ot tho LothbrWuo
idicol mon will bo heard Northern   irrigation   district,   nmne|
lho two viewpoints. The 80,000 acres out of o total nf lOG.U'll)
ied nt  Vancouvor last acres possible of irrigation, have bor-n I
* ordei in .iiii**.* tho evi-  put under tho water. Several farmers
r. I:. ... !'' tt, of Banff, Irrigated upwards of -iiu acre**.
o   bo   in-Ill nl Banlf this I    Vancouver.—Tho Spillera Interests
other witness at the first1'"*''' extonded their holdings to in-,
*s James Rutherford, nn ,>!n.l,. the plant of the Vancouver Mil-1
-.. camped ;'t tho springs\Ung and Grain Company here.    By
.......     a„Q    making nilts purchase and tho amalgamations,
\   I> !.,i. 'i, K.C,   It holds o large olevutor in Voncou-
. ...t. T(   . ■   the case.     ver naring completion, tlte GOU-bnrrol
..... (l.j      ,.   ,,,        sum-1 flour mill and extensive domestic nnd
■ tif\ ;.i llu- hearing wasjexport connections of the Vancouver
Hon, of lnvermere, who Miling nnd Grain Co., a groat inieoin-
the Winder-' pleted flour niill in Calgary, which
it.i historical will be the third largest in Canada
Lift Off-No Pain!
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MiCPHEilSON
Dndertalier
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I C. JOE BROS. |
1 I.AIMHS' uml GENTS'
' TAILORS
| — SUITS MADE TO iHMil 11 -
| CLBANINO ,-v  PRESSING
| Cranliriink St., Opp. Ill,', nl' Com. |
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WOMBN'S  INSTITUTE
Meets   la   tht
K.  el   r.  llnl'i
afternoon ot tbs
tint Tueaitaj- at
X)       ' l>m.
''©* All ladles are
cordially Invited
President: Mrs. Vi. iv. Wolfer
■Sec-Trenurer!    Mrs,    Finlayson
i. o. o. r.
KEY CITY LODGE, No. 41
Meets -avery
', Monday nlgbt at
iTbe Auditorium
*Jo]ournlng Odd Fellows are cordially Invited.
N. G.       - -     -       A. Burtch
Km. Beo.   E. U. Dlngluy, P.O.
■MBllllBIBe;3.!S;6llllllll«MlilS»BIBll|
CLUB  CAFE
Under
NEW MANAGEMENT
Place has been thoroughly
overhauled and cleaned
FIRST CLASS MEALS
Special i
CHOP SCEV and NOODLES
DAY & NIGHT SERVICE
ALFRED Sirro. Prop.
Phona 165
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i-Jltabllahed ISO Phoa. lit
Geo. R. Leask
riOM-l 1 IDTXDBB
ASD   OOHTIACTOB
Cabinet Work.   Picture Kraraln»
Eatlmatas  glvaa  on
all clufl-<M of work
OUeet Comer Norbury  A.enne
and Edwards Street
CRANBROOK.CLEANERS
ANDDYERS
B?ery Garment teat to us Lo bu
Cl-tuned or Dyed la given
Our UtmoBt Care.
Our tarj-wled&a of the builnen
Is your Mltttancs ot (attaractton
here.    Fhone, maA wu wlll ci.li.
or bring ue your wt>rk.
We Cleen nnd  Dyo DraiTthl&fl
PHONE IH
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has  beon
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in Franne
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was fi run
ailed   on
when completed next spring, mul -S'
. last week, j elevators of the Alberta Paeilie Graii
nd left for I Company.
i Sunday.
L. I). Cafe
(Little Davenport)
Waen you wish something good
to eat *5o to the "L.D."
CLEANING — PRESSING
- BBPAUtlNG --
Yon \\ ill .Mako No Mlstnko
iu Ordering Hint
NEW SPRING SUIT
OB OVERCOAT
— Prom —
Ii. C. LONG,
The Tailor
Van Horne Klieot
Opposite C. r. R. Depot
Phone 110     ::     Plione 416
I j WHAT
LOCAL
INDUSTRY
MEANS
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com   Isi ioner of the \\:
la C   I I Iperators   Asai
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FURTHER INSTRUCTIONS
FROM AMERICAN CONSUL TO U.S. TRAVELLERS
e opi l ntors; Lewis Sto< kott,
■vs   branch,   C.P.R.i   .Te»o
irumheller; 51.  B
I George Kollock, Colemi
field,   Fi  nio  and   Vi.   1)1
,i5o  "Dniitlcritie"  Does  Wonders
for Lifeless, Keglectecl Hair
■   * rica   Consuls in Canada have;
been  Instructed to discon-l
giving letters
im,ns about to
\    ted States.
gul lions emphasize the in-'
The  people  of   B : tl li   t
lumbin an- urged v.i *i
and price nre equal ta p
tliem.-clv.    !., p-tvll    pr i
first to British Colun b
to Canadian products nnd thci*
to those i.f tin- Mi-id !i Empire.
Tllis CUlll;,■ i      ,	
menus to lone down  i .
lion by building up local industry.    Lasl yenr  10,01
Columbia people    *** ■ I
Bumor capacity ol -	
moved south .of the i
tie then-.
ndvisubillty of persons coming from
to I   undo, wiih the Intention
*  *:     at once from Canada to
the  .   :       Hates,   British subjocts
'•     litted to migrate to the
cure mod i I :■;, *,  i until they have resided
ie year in Canada.    Persons from
Europe will not bo odor by i |.  mii ,,, „s |mmjgrants until aftor n
'■ *   * *™ yoars in Cnnnda.
Sainsbury & Ryan |
_ Pacific Milk Co., Ltd.
■jk;'......;..*.'u*'H■!!■'       Hfad OBicf, Vinconrer, ».C.
Factcrlei tl Abkntafor4 -"'  htA**!   Con
nny mas
of luxuriant hair
full of gloss, lus-
f tro ami life, qui-
\ cWy   follows   a
\ genuine    toning
••  up  of  neglected
)  st-iilps   with   de-
pendable    "Dan-
derine."
Palling hair, itching scalp ami the
dandruff is corrected immediately,
Thin, dry, wispy or fading hair is
quickly Invigorated, taking on new
strength, color and youthful beauty,
"Danderlne is delightful on the" hair;
■i refreshing, stimulating tonic—not
Btlckj or greasy I   Any drugstore.
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JOHN QARD
PAINTER &
PAPERHANQER
I'nll  Lino of Wall Paper
Iu Stock.
Store, Hanson Avenue
Phone 401i M tl) hourt
CSUNBB00K     -    •     .    D.C.
There's nothing lika nu Ice
cold soda to make you forgot
thlrstfness. First aid for spring
fever is a cold glnsa ot snappy,
sparkling, fresh fruit juice.
Limeade, Orangeade, or Lemonade. Try a glass today.
DELICIOUS FRESH
CANDY
We are using only Crystal
Dairy  Ice Cream, from
Lethbridge
Patricia
Doesn't hurl one hit! Drop a little
"Freezone" on an aching corn, instantly that corn stops hurting, then
.shortly you lift it right off with fingers.
Vour druggist sells a tiny bottle of
"Freezone" for n few cents, sufficient
to remove every hard corn, soft corn,
or corn between the toes, and the
foot callouses, Without soreness or
irritation.
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! HURRY'S WHITE LUNCH
| IS THE PLACE TO EAT.
■:• Willie llcl|i Onl, Is Kiuiiliijcil.
* Inn wlll i'n.l this Cafe n Home, !
* Place In Enjoy Your Meals
t ALEX. lll'HRV -   rrop.
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A. E. Jones
Contractor & Builder
CRANBROOK, B.C.
Plans Drawn & Estimates
Furnished
Phone 386 :: P.O. Box 192
ALL   WORK   GUARANTEED
WWwVWWWWiMVWW
Canadian
Cafe & Rooms
JOE UYKMAT8U, l'rourlelor
Vnn Horne St. 0|)[). C.P. Depot.
NEWLY RENOVATED
THROUGHOUT
roiiifurlnlilf Rooms
First Clnss (!afc Service
P HONE 98
CRANBROOK - B.C.
I CRAN3R00X CARTAGE & TRANSFER CO.
TOWRISS & ROBERTS
Agents for Hard und Soft Coal.     Distribution CUB li
Specialty.   Excellent Warehousing.
SAND aud URAVEL
OPPOSITE C.I'.R. DEPOT
Telephone 63 .:.        •'.
CKAMIROOK, ll.C.
I' .0. liox 2IA
BCELDERS AM)
COSTRACTORS
Delimit-*!  Qlveu and  Work      |
Quamnued I
Telepkonei Ml and !H        |
CRANBROOK     -     B.C. I
[foi
!NGUE
TOWN
Montana Restaurant
MmIs at All Hoan
'%»r», Cfcanttei aad Caadlei
(rt.
rk*M Ml
Popan Hiruu
Spent! a L'ny
at l!ic '.'.'.:zie
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Friday, October 3rd, 1924
THB   CKlNBHOOft   HEWLALU
PAOB flBVEJ
SEE "THE HUNCHBACK OF  NOTRE  DAME"
Story of Great Picture Coming to Star For Three Days, End
of Next Week
'IV spiritual background ui tho
slury is the Cathedral do Notro Dnmo
ugaiitBl which, as thr Btory progresses
nro hurled mighty opposing Forcos,
Quasimodo, the I lunch buck of Nn
tro Dnmo, Imb ror master Johan, brother of Dom Clmulo, the archdoacon
of tho chui'tth. Over the liuiH'liltm-1.
Johan exorcises n control wh'ch many
peoplo attribute io Joliiin'fl black mn-
gic, for Johnn is an alchemist whoso
dream of gold 'a* the driving force
which longuea him with Clopln, lung
of the thieves and bcggilt'S of metlino-
val Paris.
Supplying a romantic intorost is
the lovo which develops between Ks
aienildn, n gypsy girl whom Clopln
has reared as his own, and Phoebus,
a dashing young captain of Uie King's
guard. '
Opposing Esmeralda and Phoebus'
romance, however, is the base passion
which thrills Jehan when he gazes
upon the beautiful Esmeralda .
He has the innocent Quasimodo
attempt aloze Esmeralda ami carry
her away. The plan is frustrated by
the timely arrival of Phoebus. Jehan
deserts Quasimodo who is captured.
Esmeralda and Phoebus, looking deep
into each other's eyes, feel the awakening of their great love.
Quasimodo is presented for trial.
Being deaf he cannot hear tlie questions which an equally deaf judge
puts to him. Without knowledge of
his punishment. Quasimodo is taken
to tlie public pillory, where, amid the
hoots and jeers of the populace he is
flogged upon his deformed and twisted back,
Esmeralda, in pity for the poor ami
helpless creature, gives him a drink
to cool his parched mouth. In that
moment there awakens in Quasimodo
the first dawning of love.
Phoebus, through his attention tu
Esmeralda, has made an enemy of
Clopln. Esmeralda, knowing tliat
Clopin would not hesitate tn kill her
handsome captain, decides that she
will give herself to the church. For
a lust farewell Esmeralda and Phoebus meet in the garden of the Cathedral. Jehan hns watched them and
while they are locked in a fond embrace, drives home the knife which
barely misses Phoebus' heart.
Innocent, Esmeralda is captured
and at her trial protests that she i>
not guilty. The leering face of Jehan, which she glimpsed in the gar-
dcu, confronts her.   She accuses him.
but is put to the torture to wring a
confession from her lips. In agony
the girl finally confesses and is placed in n dungeon.
Again Jehan confronts her. ln her
cell, disgllUoil in the robe of n monk,
he pleads with her to be his. Hul
Esmeralda denounces him, and in n
wild passion, Johan tells her that hor
handsome PhocbUB is dead.
Phoebus is not dead, but Jehan has
brought lo him the lie that Esmeralda has confessed lhat she attempted
to slab him.
Comes then tlie day of Esmeralda's
execution. Beforo the great church
of Notre Dame she is to stop for a
space to pray and do penance. From
the roof, Quasimodo looks down and
sees tlie girl who succored him. It is
the work of an instant for the hunchback to do a death defying slide down
a rope iu front of the Cathedral, and
snatch Esmeralda from her guards
and carry her into the church, screaming "Sanctuary! Sanctuary!"
Jehan has carried to Clopln the
news that Esmeralda has been.given
sanctuary, and also the fact that she
will soon be given over to the authorities, for the law granting sanctuary
could be revoked at will.
This fans the flames of hatved in
Clopin's heart against the aristocracy.
Jehan sees with satisfaction Clopin
calling upon his people to follow him
to Notre Dame , to tear the edifice
down stone liy stone to rescue their
beloved Esmeralda.
To Phoebus goes the news. New-
life flows in his veins. Esmeralda is
alive. It is the work of a few minutes, he is on his way to the Bastille,
to arouse the garrison.
Clopin's thousands of followers are
deploying upon tlie Place du Purvis.
Jehan sees their preparations for the
attack upon the Cathedral, and himself secure for a moment, rush^to-
wards the upper fastness of Notre
Dame to take Esmeralda for his own.
But the noise on the Place has
amused Esmeralda und she in turn
arouses Quasimodo.
Now starts a monumental defence
of the church by one deformed man
and a girl against thousands.
Then comes Jehan, deaf, Quasimodo does not hear Esmeralda scream
and it seems that  Jehan  would
complish his evil purpose
hi
fighting ami screaming for help
Jehan and Quasimodo fight
Quasimodo's great strenirth soon
overpowers Jehan ami he is thrown
into space to crash a crumpled heap,
while Clopin is meeting deatlKhrough
the streams nf molten lead which
Quasimodo had poured from thc par
a pet.
Before tin- agony of this molten
death the rabble fulls back meeting
unprepared the sudden onslaught of
Phoebus ami his soldiers.1, There on-
sties a mighty buttle, while iu tbe cathedral there i;< being enacted tin
greut tragedy. Quasimodo did not
come out of his fight witli Jehan unscathed. Three times did Jehan
plunge his knife into the bell-ring-
er's hack.
But there is one flash of hapiness
on his face ns he sees Esmeralda and
Phoebus wrapped in each other's
arms.
"IN SEARCH OP A
THRILL," COMES TO
STAR FOR ONR NIGH1
With Viola Dana us the star, the
picture "In Search of u Thrill," comes to the Stur Theatre for one nigh!
next week.
Swayed by n desire for a life of
luxury and frivolity, the counter-effect of the struggle in which she achieved stage success, Ann Clemance
establishes herself and her aunt in u
villa neur Paris, with tlie aid of her
uncle's fortune. She becomes a sociul
butterfly of un apparently selfish
type, although her naturally sweet
nature conies to the fore at times
even aguinst her will.
Severul years previous, Ann had
fallen in love with a young American
author, Adrian Torrcns, anil when she
learns he hus come to Paris she petitions her old friend Tommy Perkins,
to arrange u meeting with him that
evening at a cafe.
With her mint ami Tommy in attendance, Ann encounters Adrian in the
cafe. Rushing to greet him joyfully.
she is taken aback by liis evidently
cool manner, having fully expected
him to show some sign of love. He,
in reality, resents her frivolous outlook on life.
Stunj; by Adrian's silent rebuke,
Ann, in n fit of pique, flirts and dunces with Rene do Farge, professional
dancer nt the resort, who is in reality
act nf robbing
h
in.
Adrian'.
gen
tleness towards
th
■ su
iposedly
Innil
trodden creatu
nak
-s Ann a
sham
.■il nf the trick
sh
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B played.
Anx
inus to escape I
it
ire
leing ret*
ignis
ed, i-hi- is force
1 t
, kf
ip her di
gliisi
when Adrian a
,ks
ha
tn accoi
lll-lll\
him into the si
am
3  111
search o
f ma
terial for his b.
ok
They  go  fir
t
ii the room
of  1
woman who is
ds
ing
of star\
ation
leaving bohind
hel
th
caie n f
li   si\
lonths old Imi
V  to
anothe
' P
rlekcn friend
aire
niv till
po
f four half st
uvei
childi
en
iwn
In
S1HT0:
el
usion oi* adventurer   V
rian traces to Ann what th" life
the orphan baby will be.   They
what the baby would grow into at t
age of eighteen when they v
lar   tavern,   tlie   rendezvous  of   the
Apache gang to which Rene de Farga
belongs, nnd ?w a youth being instructed in the business of crime.
As they are about tn leave tli<
place de Forge arrives, and with the
keen eyes of a thief recognizes Ann
in spile of her disguise, lie plans to
seize and hold her for ransom.
Adrian thwarts the scheme and
gets Ann sufely outside.
Once more the analogy of the baby
is borne out when Adrian points out
a crippled and blind beggar as the
final period in the infant's life.
As Adrian explains to her that
these conditions exist through the
indifference and selfishness of ihe
wealthy class, Ann realizes he know:'
her through her disguise aad has
been using this method to point out
his, theories.
Ann, now thoroughly in the splrll
of Adrian's beliefs, decides to adopt
tlu1 baby to save ber from a terrible
life. Adrian is delighted, and with
Ann embracing his ideas of phllun
thropy, Adrian embraces her.
The final curtain of the 1024 base-
mil season was pulled on last Thurs-
lay evening when .Mr. G. C. Robson
entertained the members of the Lumberton Sawdust Nutt League und
their friends at a smoker in the Lumberton club rooms. The baseball season was rehearsed and Mr. Robson
presented the Old Nutts with the II.
P. Klinestiver trophy, which will be
held by that tenm for one'year, Jake
Jacobson will act as custodian of the
valuable trophy and he has the much-
fought-for    piece    of    "silverware"
Monday ami Tuesday, Octobei ■
Spruce .Mills ofllce sta
class is composed of six
try for their first aid
a later date.
■f.
'. The
nen who
ertifieate
Mrs. K. .]. Dobson and her moth.'i
returned to Lumberton last weej
from u visit to points in Novo Scotii
and other provinces. Mrs. Dobson'
| trip extended over a period of twt
her mother, whose bono
i ment. Mr. Robson emphasized the'j8 [n t-.J0va Scotia, will spend sonn
fact that the cup must be won three t;im, llt th<. home of her daughter ii
successive years before any tenm will Lumberton before retur
gain  permanent  possession.        The
gracing his office in the store depart-   mu„t|,,
'■■•■'■■      Mr.   Robson  emphasized  the
ft member of a gang of A]
dancing   partner,   Jennnc,
jealous  und   uttempts  to
ic-lwho is saved hy Adrian.
She disguises herself ns ;
'unit's
Ann.
Quasimodo, turning to see his hel-world    character,
per, sees her in the arms of tbe mnn apartment   by   meoj'
who  has  been  his master;  sees  her  and allows herself t*
I
ches. His Hard Nutts were a little indignant
about not having had a chance at the
beautiful loving cup after their final
game with the Soft Nutts. However.
nn under- [they made no attempt to arrange for
liters Adrian's a game after having let off a great
I ot a window, deal of surplus steam about the trim-
be caught in thej mlng they would give tlie Old Nutts
 | in the play off.    Mr. Robson made
- |aiT1pje pn,vision with Ed Cook so the
eats were well taken care of, and
none needed to be minus a smoke at
any time. The gathering was th*
first of its kind in Lumberton and
certainly i
lenst.   The
home.
The Lumberton club held its regular meeting Inst Wednesday evening
in the hall. A large number of me libers were present ami an enjoyable
evening was spent by all. Seven tables of whist were in play during the
early part of the evening, prize: at
which weie won by the following:
Mrs. L. T. Dwelley ami Mrs. R. Mitchell, h'dics' first ami consolation respectively, and Mr. A. Christuiseri
and Mr. A. Scheffler, men's first and
consolation respectively. A very
; a success to suy the I tasty luncheon wus served by the
has been a great deal oi j committee,  followed  by dancing till
a number of encores were give::. A*
ten o'clock tbe fun started, when
Jake presided in tbe capacity of auctioneer. There was very little left
that could  be disposed of but what
.there was brought a handsome price.
Gus Samson was the most successful
■ bidder and went home laden with a
few pieces of clothing not usually in-
' eluded in a gentleman's wardrol •.
Candy and tomatoes were also at a
premium, as Jake succeeded in selling quality where it u-ualty isn't to
. the degree that the new prices Indi-
' cnted. The sum realized surpassed
the most sanguine expectations and
the members of the Ladies' Aid are
very grateful to all those who heip-.-d
to make the sale such a marked
•' .."lived at the
pond and the geese had
■   hell divers, so
there was ■■   gi ise for dinner that
Rpgina.-     'i: .    August
output   of
-    ■
•t'l-wan was
far in ex
output. Offi-
■ ■          ■ ■      ■ .     brand
attribut*; the
■:■■•'.       -:*   .      ■    '      ■
■ ellent feed
; 12 o'clock. That tho club
waning in popularity with the res
; dents of the town was domonstratt
'Inst Wednesday evening there belli
; a large attendance of members.
not
I    Thc second annual sab- of the Lum-
i berton Ladies' Aid was held lust Fri-
discussion about the likely winner of
I tlie prunes which Juke so generously
j donated  to   lhe  list  of awards,  the
I prunes to go to the  man  with the
| greatest number of errors chalked up
against him. Jake was certain he was
safe owing to liis perfect fielding overage   during  the   pust  season,  for.
*        . .u . i i .   i day evening in the Lumberton null
everyone is aware that Jake cavorted ]m,    _.,     ,.,.„,. . A ......-.■   i n.
around in right field, and fortunately
or otherwise, none managed to hit a
bull out to bis sector., Mr. Robson
decided tbe winner hy taking u vote
und the prunes went to the store department, Juke receiving first und j
Roy Issler second prize. Jake's ability to slide undoubtedly was a big
factor in helping him to receive the
distinguished honor. All the boys enjoyed Mr. Robson's smoker and spenl
a most enjoyable evening.
j The sale of the food stuffl ami
work  started  ut  seven
: continued   till   eleven,   a
. being served during the i
evening for a nominal fi
of foodstuffs and
.'clock nnd
light lunch
mrse of the ■
•. The dis- j
needlework i
With "TONY" the Wonder Horse, in i Speed Romance.    It's Absolutely
Different.
Pnlhe News   - WOULD FLIERS REACH     (J. S.
Comedy     "DUMB AND DAFFY" - Al St. John
WEDNESDAY -       One Day Only        - - OCTOBER Sth
"VIOLA     DANA"
SPECIAL! *  1VLft    i»       1/ rt II A       si'l-CIALI
"In Search Of A 1W^
A ROMANCE OP PARIS, INTRIGUE, MYSTERY AND LOVE
l-..x Newa — NEW SWIMMER DEFIES DANGEROUS WATERS
Comedy - "JULY DAYS" - Our Gang
THURSDAY, FRIDAY .nd SATURDAY   - OCTOBER 9 - 10 - 11 •
The HUNCHBACK of NOTRE DAME
COMING!       - ■        .       October 16-17-18 . • COMINGI
. THE COVERED WAGON
A new first aid class hns beoi
started and instructions were begun
lust Thursduy evening under the dl
reetion of Mr. J. Burtl.*, of the B.C.
led that of it yenr ago to a very |
noticeable degree and the amount rea-
Hzed was far in excess of that of the'
previous year, the sum realized being]
approximately one hundred and eighty dollars. A program had iieen arranged  for the evening, consisting
f
ural vocal selections by Mrs. R, B.
Mitchell and Messrs. J. Hurtle and I..
T.  Dwelley. Thr solos  were very
much appreciated  by  everyone, and
.Mrs. A. J. Neuman and sons Edward and Gordon, returned from s
month's visit with relative? and
friends at Regina, Moose Jaw, and
other prairie points. It was Mr?.
N'< uman'fl intention to stay until the
T'liristnias  holidays,  but   Lumberton
lis not ?uch a bad place after all. It
is needless here to remark that Slackey   has   deserted  the  ranks   at  the
| hoarding house.
Mrs. E. I.. Conroy and little daughter returned from Edmonton lasl
Sunday, where she had been visiting
for several weeks nt the home of her
father and mother.
The Lumberton L.OX. No. 2915
held its regular bimonthly meeth .
last Tuesday evening in the Lumber-
ton hall. Very little new business
came before the memBers and the
meting adjourned at an early hour.
There has heen considerable agi-
I nt-on in Lumberton of late
and quite it bit of hunting has been
done in the shipping office by Fred,
Hii'v. y, Slackey and a few mo] .
Tho fever has finally spread to the
stoic, and when Jap came in with the
anouncement that there were >me
get ie on the pond, Jake shouldered
his rusty trusty and sallied forth En
litioi - prevailing and
general interest  taken in
ying in the province.
Saskatoon.— j-  > the belief in Sas-
hing venture oi
nust be a pay-
; hi   Saskatoon In-
sited a che-
" •    thc E.P. ranch, this
by tiie prince's
92 • Saskatoon fair.
I   PAUL   NORDGREN
When You
CALL AT YAHK
Do aot Gorget to rieit tbe
1 Paul Nordgien Store::
[*,        On Main Road, near bridge
T   lew    Shipment,    of    .SeaaonabU   ' '
-:• Summer   Good,   Ju.t   In
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Canadian Cafe
and Rooms
VAHK, ll.C.
Opposite Garage, Near Bridge
Comfortable   Rooms  with
Cafe in Connection
We Solicit Vour Patronage
A. Hjort - Prop.
THIS IS THfi „
•30F»THE COVER!
THIS CITY
EBlD Vi
FORTH
.. AND EXCLUSIVE ENIACJMEMT
WA60N" TO BF PUYF.O IN
THI SEASON f    I j£-(j .
±iijL.ijo,,i.ir,,iii,tniiii,o^moo6iiii,ni,iu..,^.,..i,,.i.^
'ndtd upon ttSHTOtt HOUCtfSsplmnikt storit ef I we on the Oretan trait -
^daptett buJaekCutnlooham* Directed bit James Cruie -
"It la a privilege to have the
opportunity to lee "THE COVER
ED WAGON"—ll one of the
greatest lessons In Americanism
and cannot fall to do good."—A.
_^^^^_ D. Laaker, Chairman U. 8. Ship-
A Paramount Production    l"n» Bo"'dV "
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THE
NEW HOTEL
Yahk, B.C.
S. MARKLUND Prop.
At Star Theatre, Thur., Frl. and Sat. October 16, 17 uml 18
Bruce Robinson
Teacher of Manic
SVUniOl HAKKIl ST., CKAMIKOOK
Phone 29B P.O. Box   762
When in Yahk make your home at
tiik NKw non i„
This Hotel la new from hottom lo top.    Twenty-five nicely furnished rooms. All nre clean
and comforlable.
RKSTAUKANT IN CONNECTION.
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THE   CRANBROOK   HERALD
Priduy, October .lid, 1924
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Sterling Silver.     Prices       -        $3.50 to $5.00
— See Our Window —
A. EARLE LEIGH, TlffiGIFTSHOP   j
WATCllXAKKIt St JllVl'l.l.lli Xiirlnirj  Ato.    a
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LOCAL
WEMNGS
The sale held last Saturday after-      Ask your grocer for City Bakery
noo^at tho Presbyterian schoolroom  Bread, or phone 28, and we will coll
hy iVe Ladies' Aid of the church, was and deliver, ;!ltt
not as well attended as other func-                            —.        , ...        ,
,,,,.,,        ,        ,   , ,,        Summonses nre going out this week
lions ii   thi' kind have been, Inu tin , .       ....        ..   ,	
sum uf about fifty dollar, was real!.   '" 'h'"" who *'" '"' "^ "»°\£
'■''"'""i Bomc cooking, etc., w« on ™v0 j'.^ when To wlsea open
sale, nnd afternoon tea wtii survod.    ,..',',, ,,
this month.    About thirty-threo ore
Tho toachor. are holding n lea ul bcint called for thc petit jury, and on
the K. P. Hull, on Saturdaj aftornoon, additional thirteen for thc grand jury.
October 18th.      I'rocecdi   In aid of Theo   Izes open on the I Ith, and so
si.-lu.ol equipment. 30  far ti ily case to como up is the
— Indian murder case of u few months
Store windows on Baker Streel thin  ng0    h- :|I|V „pp0n|, ,„*,. mnde from
week hnvo acemed unusunllj Interei   * lv|ct|on, i„ the presenl liquor case.
tint;, and many havo stopped to ink.* ,h| y wiill|i| ,A.tt |ll.,l|li,i,|v |„. heard al
notice of the display, made.   In the tlll.'llllsii!CSi
V. Ilunis window the sixteen and a 	
half pound salmon from Horseshoe The Kootenny Trading Co. nre of-
I.akc, caught by Tho». South, hai ta- faring some remarkable values in
ken the eye of thc fishermen. In tho Ladies' Dresses. The very latest
window of Dun's Place very appro-1 styles und tho newest uf fabrics uro
printoly has been displnyed a tobaccoIthere for you to choose trom. ill
plant grown on tie* Hannnn! place, ()|] , - M)g> nmma „_
near Wasa, and along ^\^_»^|Sl,iKcl m„llo another appTOra„co in
the Methodist church and her entertainments of dramatic recital seem
shown  some   of  the   dried   tobfl
leaves in the rough.   "Percy," knocking his foot againsl tho window of,
,,     „.    ,.      ..      i        t       ..     .   i ttlwoyti  pot ular.     llei   otli-iniu  mis
the Trad ng Co., hus also attracted        ■     '   '       „. ,. ,	
,     ,.          „„„.-o   tme was i'Thc Warens of Virginia,
mui'h  attention  by   hi.  accomplish- * 	
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he is also able to move his lip. us if!
talliiun' up his wiiii-.-. move his hend,
point his hand, blink Iii- eyes, rnlBo
his eyelids, and generally create interest in the Mnlkin products, which
is his particular job.   "Percy's tw
lucid uml expresive fashion which
ha. characterized hor other efforts,
iiu- change from one character to
I another being us easily followed ns
iii the full east had been heard. As-
brother is o. ty In the window of «"•««« I" <•'" i-n^niin were Horn. A.
Little & Atchison. Shankland and  W. O. Morton, who
I presented u duotj and u trio by Mes-
Having still severul ems coming to srs. Shankland, Morton and Lane, and
him on his floiu contract, Mr Kent- a sol,, by Mr. ('. Lime. The cntcr-
gan foimil himself in nn enviuhle po- tainmenl on Friday wus not as lnrge-
sition when tin- riso in flour came.My attended as other programs of
These have arrived and Mr. Kerrigan Mis. Seigel, but she made an oxtro-
is going to pass on some of his good ' mely successful appearance at Kim-
fortune to the people of Cranbrook berley tho evening before, when the
by offering this flour nl price, away Orpheum theatre wns very wc'.l .'"'.ed.
below that which is possible to sc- —
cure elsewhere.    If you wanl to get      Floor Covering -- Congol urn —
flour at a reduction you should call 75c per square yard at Kilby's.
30-32 :                                                      30t£
" I  i
up -I'18 al once.
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HON. Dr. J. H. KING
and MRS. KING
AT HOME
til the
Auditorium, Cranbrook
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3rd,
From 9.00 p.m. to 12.00
Dr. and Mrs. Kitu; extend a cordial invitation to all residents of Cranbrook and surrounding district
to be present in the Auditorium on
the above date.
MUSIC and DANCING
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All " Canadian
CONCERT
Qtven l>>
Mrs. W. D. Todd, of Victoria
Will he held under Uie -Vusplces ol the CENTRAL SCHOOL
STAFF, nl Ihe
PARISH HALL
Tuesday, October 7th, at 8.15
Pnrt of the'Proceeds will be devoted to the Purchase of a
Sewing Machine for the Central School.
ADMISSION      -      -       50 Cents
SEE THE
Kootenay Trading Co., Ltd.,
WINTERSUPPLIES
PRICES    REASONABLE.
The KOOTENAY TRADING CO., Ltd.
BAKKR STREET       ....        CRANIIKOOK, H.C
Insure with Beule & Elwell.
Malcolm Gillis, nfter a two weeks'
holiday is back again at his old stand,
tlie P. Burns & Co.'s store.
Mrs. 1). Hadden of Vancouver, is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. Fred
Scott for the month of October.
The public works department under John Tolyor, lust week completed
a new bridge across St. Joseph's
Creek on thu road out to Gold Creek.
Post holes have been dug and the
poles are being prepared for the new
line the telephone company is placing
down Burwell Avenue as n part of
their Improvement.
.lames Diamond of this city comes
up on Saturday before the magistrate
charged with sei ing liquor at the Imperial hotul, the ease being one lodged by the eity police.
Sunday School Rally Pay was fittingly observed in all the local churches on Sunday morning last, good
crowds turning out to listen to the
work of the Sunday Schools.
Seven hundred and fifty men who
were laid off last week from the Ogden simps of the C. P. R. at Calgary,
are again being taken on this week,
id the expectation is many of them
will remain oti permanently, though
this will naturally depend on traffic
'onditions.
At the meeting of the Cranbrook
Brotherhood on Monday evening next
the speaker will be Rev. James Kvans
of Kimberley, and his subject is announced as "Comunity Service." An
invitation is extended to all men to
be present at 6.80, in the Methodist
schoolroom, when a light supper will
be served.
Piano in Walnut, in splendid eon
ditlon, good as new, $295 at Kilby's.
32tf
On Saturday night at 11 p.m.,
there passed away at the St. Kugene
hospital, Kugene Paulin, a native of
Quebec. The deceased has been tin
inmate of the hospital for the past
two years, a sufferer from heart
trouble, and he had suffered from
this ailment for four years previous
to entering the hospital. He was in
his fifty-fourth year and single. The
funeral took place early Wednesday
morning, Father Murphy officiating.
Do you know that the City Bakery
make a nice line of Cakes nnd Pastry?     Phone 28.    We deliver.     81tf
"Smoke East Kootenay Crown Tobacco," may soon be the cry, judging
from the excellent sample of the tobacco plant on display at Dan's place.
Thc tobacco was grown by Mr. J.
Mnnant at Wasa this summer. Beside
the green plant are samples of thc
dried leaves. Some time ago attempts
were mnde to cultivate the tobacco
plant in the Okanagan, but it never
was thoroughly successful.
PIANO — Brilliant tone,  for snle
$245, at Kilby's. 32tf
Rev, J. . Jones, fromerly Presbyterian pastor at Lethbridge, and recently appointed to tho post of associate secretary of thc Social Service
Council of Canada, was in the city
Inst Friday und Saturday in the Intel ests of his work. He is understood
to have secured quite substantial financial aid, and stutcs he found a
deep interest prevailing in the work
of thc Social Service Council. He
had hoped to have had the opportunity of addressing a public meeting on
the subject, but this was not found
feasible at this time.
Maple Leaf Rebekah Lodge will
hold their annual Hallowe'en masquerade dance on October 81st.      '.) I
H. W. Godfrey, of Vancouver, was
a visitor in the city last Friday, making an official visit to Durham Encampment No, 12, of which he is the
Grand Patriarch for the jurisdiction
of B.C. The visitor met the members
of the local Encampment at a special
mooting in the lodge room at the Auditorium, following which a social
lime was indulged ill at the hall, when
dancing was enjoyed, ht ihi axon's orchestra providing the music, and lhe
Oddfellows and Rebekahs being the
guests of the Encampment on this
occasion. At this gathering Mr. Godfrey also spoke briefly. He lefl on
Saturday's train for Fernie.
The Women's Co-Operative Guild
wilt hold u Whist Drive und Dance at,
the K. P. Hall, nn Friday. October
3rd. 30-82
Pinno and Violin Tuition—Mrs.
Finlayson (Cert. R.A.M.) Pupils
prepared for exams, if desired. Phone
524. 32-3
Tuesday at 10 a.m. the 11124 tax
sale of city property took place at the
city hall. Apparently the citizens of
Crnnbrook have not very much mon
ey for investment or nre not uttracted
by this class of speculation as there
were but four bidders present. Out
of 13 parcels of land up for sale
7 were disposed of to Mr. M, A.
Beale; one to Ratcliffe & Stewart and
'the bnlance went to the city. Lively
bidding took place on a vacant lot
eust of the Ratcliffe & Stewart gur-
age. The upset price on Ihis piece
of land was $225. By leaps and
hounds it went up to $500, Ratcliffe
& Stewart getting the property. The
totnl sales amounted to about flfiflO,
EMBLEM OF PURITY
Pearls are expressive <>f
the loftiest nnd most endearing sentiment? of the human
heart nnd mind—treasured
possessions of womanhood
since time began.
MORE BEAUTIFUL THAN
EVER
Artificial pearls nre now
being made so realistic in appearance thnt it takes an
expert to tell them from the
genuine gems from the Orient.
$6' $40
We feature in our stock
the famous D E L T A H
PEARLS. Thoso aro shown
hero in Boleeted grndos beautifully matched in color ami
Bizo, carefully nnd evonly
strung.
We do not hesitate in suy-
ing that they are thc very
host values obtainable.
I W.H.Wilson I
I JEWELER *
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Cranbrook    TAXIDERMIST
J. A. Innis, chic:' clerk in tho C.P.
R. superintendent a office here, who
has been away on n holiday trip to tho
Coast, returned this week to the city.
Violin, bow and case, good as new,
$12.   at Kilby's. 32tf
Mr. and Mrs. li" L. Porter will be
occupying the Brogan house on Fen-
wick Avenue this winter, on tho return of Mrs. Porter from the eut in
a month or so.
Fred Wright, who for the paBt
or so has been employed here iu
C.P.R.   SunuHPlfiident's   office,
on Friday njvto return to Vanco
where his home is, having trans
red back again.
year
the
left
u Vt p
Divisi
m   1   of
the
Fernie   V
School
Ivis nchit
ved
ft   verv   no
able
success
by   wim
ing
the   provi
ictal
high !h
nor Dip!
una
awarded ti
the
class   it
the eig
ith
grade  atta
i.iiig
the highest peni
inn.
hip staudai
tl  iu
ne pro
'ince.
Tonoi
banjo.
A
mrgnln, nt
Kil-
by's
32tf
Commencing Wednesday of lust
week, the regulation forbidding thn
shipment of ungraded potatoes came
into effect. Under the regulations,
spuds nre grouped Into three grade.-.
Canada A. B and C, and the grade
must be distinctly displayed.
Carload of Wheat, just received.
Price still lower. J. Kerrigan & Co,
Phone 468. 28
Bill Johns left on Sunday for Montreal, wliere he expects lo meet Ids
wife, who is returning to (his city
from her former home in Wales, and
at the same time he will also make
the acquaintance of his young sou
and heir, born in the absence of a\
Johns from this city.
Special prices on New Batteries at:
Service Oarage, Phone 34. ltf
Ilis Honor Judge Thompson, of
this city, who has been attending the
Anglican General Synod meeting in
London, Ontario, has again been elected a lay member of the general synod from the diocese of the Kootenay, the other representative being
Archdeacon Graham, of Nelson.
George Coleman up before the magistrate this week for the accident
last week to Mrs. Kdgar Davis, when
his car collided with the one in which
Mrs. Davis was riding. The defen
danl y/as on an errand for a neighbor
at the time, which was how he came
to be driving the borrowed car. H
was fined ten dollars and is also expected to pay for the damage don
For Carpets and Congoletim Ruga
call at the Big 22. Armstrong Avenue. 20
The marriage was to take pi. it
Monday of this week, September :>i),
of Miss Jessie [to, and Mr. Luclon
Cluzel. formerly ot Wycliffe. Tli
bride was well known in Ihis cily,
having been for a number of year:
past iu tlie ofllce or lb-ale & Fh.ul,
and being quite BCtlvo in the young
people's circle nf; r.- Catholic chureh.
They will reside in Spokane, whore
Mr. Cluxcl is now in business. Tlu
wedding look place in Spokane.
For Dining Room Suites and other
furniture, see thc Big 22, Armstrong
Avenue. 20
II. C. Reldel, California bee king
who passed through the city this
spring on his way to Southern Alberta, where he expected to establish
apiaries in a large way, is now making good in the venture. Some of his
plans as outlined to the Herald as he
parsed through, seemed a little far
fetched, but apparently Mr. Reldel
has carried his ideas through. He
brought a car load of package bee
from California, and established them
in selected apiaries in the sweet clover and alfalfa sections of the irrigated country around Lethbridge.
A yield of honey of the finest quality has resulted, and many tons are
now being refined and bottled in a
factory established in Lethbridge
nnd the enlire output bits been pur
chased hy a firm of western whole
uie grocers. Next year Mr. Reldel
will enlarge hla unique undertaking
still nore.
■*V>1   **\fm   r*}f*ta*MssMa}t*kys^
Fashion Talk
LADIES! We will appreciate having you call, and
we know that you will enjoy
seeing the very newest creations in Coats, Skirts, Flannel
Dresses, Silk Dresses, Blouses,
Neck Wear, Fancy Silk and
Wool Dress Materials, and a
very large assortment of
Stamped Goods.
Wc have never shown a more beautiful
range of Ladies' Wear. Those big , rumfy
Coals, those very smart, beautifully trimmed
Dresses, simplicity beautiful Blouses, those
Pleated and Plain Skirts, and dainty Neckwear - are all that could be expected, in fact
you will wonder how it is possible to think out
and create such wonderful garments.
The Stamped Goods
partment is just bubbling over with new things, and you
will ;"ec models of all lines
made up. You will know just
what silks you will require,
and just what the article will
look like when completed.
Come now, while lhe stuck
is complete.
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Wo carry a tutl Uno of Men's Women's und Children's Rubbers.
W. F DORAN.
Our low prices win every time,
J. A. Buckham, M.L.A., for Colum-1
bin riding in thc house at Victoria,
and W. IL Cleland, of lnvermere, motored to the city on Tuesday with Dr.
King-, returning north again the following day.
"Caught by Ernie South on the
28th" was on the ticket near a large
fish which was the center of attraction on Baker Street on Monday last.
In the P. Burns window the big fish
■ lay on u dish, the envy of many |)ns-
[Sera by. The weight was 16 lbs. 8oz;
and the fish was caught in Horseshoe
Lake.
B. G. Hamilton returned to thc city on Saturday last from the Coast,
having been called there to give evidence in the suit over the expropriation of the Sinclair Hot Springs by
the department of the interior, Ottawa, recently. Mr. Hamilton left on
Sunday by car for his home at lnvermere.
QeorgO Smith, chief of the detective force, Winnipeg city police, accompanied hy his brol her, A. D.
Smith, of Vancouver, were visitors in
lhe city for a few duys over last week
end, in the course of a tour they are
mnkiug of the Rockiofl and the west.
Thoy left early in I lie week hy car
for lhe Windermere.
It. I1!. Beatllie, one of the VflUCOU
ver harbor commissioners, arrived in
Cranbrook, his home city for so many
years, on Tuesday last, and has boon
receiving a greeting from his score.;
of friends and acquaintances. He
still retains quite substantial interests in the city and district, scarcely
ever failing while here to visit the
scene nf the former Gamble Mining
Company's operations on Wild Horse
Creek, above Fort Steele, and recently merged into the Wild Horse Creek
Mining Co. Mr. Beattie made considerable investments in the Gamble
Co., being one of the principal share
holders. On Wednesday of this week
ho paid another visit to their claims,
to see the latest developments there.
Mr. Beattie is taking n few days' holiday, and expects to remain in the city for the balance of the week.
Frank Bridges left on Sunday lasl
for Brandon College, where he will
resume his studies. His sister, Miss
Helen Bridges, Es also still at Brandon, acting as secretary to the principal.
Chas. Fyfe, ledger keeper "cl the
Hank of Commerce, left on Wednesday of this week, anil is proceeding
shortly north w» Whltehorso in thc
Yukon Territory, v. here the far north
branch of the bank is operating. Mr.
Fyfe expects to spend at least three
years there.
Rev. W. T. Tap. colt is resuming
the pulpit In his church on Sunday
next, after about three months, during which Rev. W. It. Haynes has
very acceptably conducted the services. Mr, Haynes left on Monday
fur the coast, and after spending two
or three weeks there, will be return*
ing to his home in Kngland, via this
city.
When in Crunbrook stop at the
Ratcliffe & Stewart Garage, opposite
tho i'ust Office on Baker Street.   i!0tf
WANT ADS.
WANTED—Load of lotind, dry loirs.
suitable for firewood. Apply nl
Horuld offlce. 20tf
The
Pine Tree
Pormotly know n a
The Candy Box
NEW SHIPMENT nt
Alnir's Psncy Box mul Hull*. >:•
|    CHOCOLATES Jual In.    |
j   week-end special   j
f Home  Made Cream Pudge •■;*
101! SAI.K—Six pure bred Airedale
pujts.   Apply 200 Dewar Avenue.
22tf.
WANTED ,
ALL KIN'ilS OF
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
Wc have a big demand for
Cook  Stoves. -  Dre»§er« - Sidrboftrd«
liiift   !'■    -    Dining  Hoom  Snitr:
nml Kilclifn Chnir*
FOR "SALE
ilf-Mcra    -    l.nrce Dnvenpnrl - B<-da
De Laval Craam Separator-, No. 10
Typewriter! viollni
Ride, nnd Shot Ounl
Anil n Inrpi- au|iply of Boili-r Mak.-ia'
loot.,   CtC, nl
WE 11UY. SELL, OR  EXCHANGE
THOMPSON & PETERSON
Second Head Dealer.
Cianl.i....I. nnd  kiiuli'-ili V
Boi 2:m      ■    ■    ■      Phont If
THE
:OVERED
Comi.f   to   Slar   Theatre    Wed.
Thar, .ad Fri.. Octahar 1(. IT ami 11.
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Mount Baker
Hotel
30 Newly Furnished Rooms,
All with running water (lint
nnd Cold) some with private
baths,   some   with   shower
baths
BAKER ST., CRANBROOK
Only absolutely first-class fireproof Hotel in thc city.
*********** :•+**+•."■♦+*+*♦♦♦♦
Fairmont Hot:
Springs
About, half way on the  Motor
Highway   from   Cranbrook   tu
Banff
A   Popular   Retort   With   Many
Natural   Attraction!
MAGNIFICENT   SCENERY..
Warm Radium Baths
Open Air Swimming Tank   J |
..   With   Individual   Dressing   ..
Roomi
FULLY EQUIPPED
TENTS FOR CAMPINO
RBSTAUR/tNl  & ROOMS
(iASOLINL, OIL AND
UENGRAL STORE
Charges Moderate
RADIUM -  - -  B.C
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