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Array THE CK~;S-3R00K HERALD
VOLUME   K
CRA5BB00K, B.C., FBIIIAV, SKl'TOUIIt 21st, 1*28
N I   M B t It   SO
Friday
Saturday
Fires Threaten
In The District
JACKIE COOCAN
STAR THEATRE SPECIAL  ANNOUNCEMENT^:
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CHABLES DICKENS'
JIAL.  fliv/vuuivi/tmciv i:
"OLIVER TWIST"
— ALSO
MONDAY ,V TUESDAY — -THE I'OBWOTXES LAW."
LARRY SKMON COMEDY
\VK1>XKS1»AY X    THURSDAY — "O.XLY St*."
This
Week
LIST OF l'MSEE WINNERS
AT WINDERMERE
DISTRICT FALL FAIR
Continued Dry Weather HukcH
ll.mintous Conditions After
Hummer of Immunity
With the continued dry weather
ftros iu (lie bush have become very
nnineroUH, and Mr. Norman Moore,
i tie district forester, and hit. matt
havo been working practically day
and night with a large force of men,
trying lo get tho fires undor control
which are now burning from Kootenny Landing to Crows Neet.
ai Boundary crock, whore about
Iwonty ncrea have been burned over,
tl.e. lire is now under control. Fourteen miles from the mouth of Arrow
Creek forty acres have been burned,
but the fire is now under control. A
lire lias also heen raging in sixty acres of slashing west of Paulson's mill
at Kitchener. East of Kitchener a
(ire Is under control except on the
east side. At the head of Lamb
Creek forty-six men have been combatting a big ground fire which has
dnne little damage.
Eastward from White Sulphur onl
the E. n. 0. It., to tho south ot Crow's
Nest, the coal company with 2S0 men
have stopped the approach of a large
fire to Michel and Corbin, but are
unable to check its progress east,
and ii has now gone over Ihe Alberta boundary.
Fires to date number 112, ot which
fully 70r/o have been caused by lightning, this being very exceptional. A
ureal number have been set by tourists, nnd It is regrettable that those
whom one would think would exercise, caution are often the most careless. Unextinguished camp fires
have been the cause of many heavy
losses. Only this week there was
a fire discovered In the heavy tim-
Iber at St. Mary's undoubtedly caused
by a party of six from Cranbrook who
had left their fire burning or not
made certain It was out. It ls hoped it will not be necessary to take
drastic measures to prevent fires
from such carelessness, though some
d tat riots havo found" if ITesPfsn.y to
enact restrictions both Inconvenient
and annoying.
The department nre finding good
results from the lookout stations,
many fires being picked out in this
way. More will be Installed as soon
us the fires are subdued. Up to the
present, with the exception of the
fire at White Sulphur, ltttle timber
damuge has been done.
Tho pumps lu use by the depart
ment are proving very effective In
the extinguishing of a large number
of fires wliich might otherwise have
been  beyond control.
Uilless conditions get much worse
the Cranbrook district will show the
best-record for years in the number!
of fires and timber hisses.
Combined Stock Show nud Wen-
eral Fulr Has Decidedly
Sum'sst'ul Front
(Special  tu tho  Herald)
lnvermere,   B.C., Sept.  III. — The
iQmbinod Pall  Fair anil Stock Show
Is over.
Tho following are the particulars
in regard tn the prize winning exhibitors ln the Fourth annual stock
Show as conducted by the Winder-
mere District Association of stuck
Breeders and the exhibitors ut the
Thirteenth Annual Fair as carried
through hy tlie Windermere District
Agricultural Association For convenience sake these two shows were
combined and were carried on on the
grounds of the Agricultural Association.
ln passing these lists out for publication the directors of both organizations desire to publicly thank the
many persona and corporations who
so generously aided In the general
subscription to the prize funds, to
the government i who have come forward with aid, to all individuals who
have helped hut particularly to the
members of we Ladies Committee
and to the noble hand ot women
generally who came forward to give
tholr help.
Passing in general review those
responsible for the direct operation
both shows desire to point out that
considering the sparse population of
the true district of Windermere,
they consider that it has heen n most
creditable affair and has i'■celved the
generous support of exhibitors in
every class. Particularly are all
pleased in the suvport specially given
by persons living ut a dis.unco from
the place of exhibit, such as those of
Urisco, Luxor, Edgewater, and to the
mothers of Cranbrook nnd Fernie who
entered their children In the Better
Baby Contest.
Section A: Live Stock; Total amount of prizes offered $">r.:.. Entries
made: Horses 38;Cattle 1,7, Sheep 9;
Swine 7, a total of IU. Value of
prizes won $417.35.
Horse.-,; leant in wagon! 1st Hammond Ranch; 2nd E. K, Tunnacliffe.
Single driver in harness: 1st Douglas
Grainger, 2nd John Hill. Brood
mare; 1st Hammond Hunch, 2nd
Hammond Ranch. Brood mare with
foal at foot, Hammond Rnneh. Fnal
born 1923, get of Dominion Experimental Station. lnvermere, stallii n.
I. H. Re*; 2nd John T. Walker. Saddle Horse with rider; Noel Stewart.
Elmer Shaw. Lady Rider; Miss H. R.
Pratt, Phyllis Young. Rider under
lf> years of age. prise from Great West
Saddlery Co., Calgary. Alta, Noel
Stewart. Helen Young.
Cattle: Reef Bull; one year old nnd
Mrs. MARGARET SHOWN
on Friday last there passed uwny
at the family residence, Mrs. Ethel
Margaret Brown, beloved wife of
Harvey A, Brown, Tho deceased who
had heen a comparative invalid fur
noiue years kepi up a continuous fight
for tieaiih inn about I'ln" months ago
ihe tide seemed to turn definitely
acaliiBl her und then Bin had become
a confirmed invalid.
The hue Mrs. Brown wus born at
Eastbourne, England, on June 17th,
lK.il. and came tr Canada with her
parents In 1004. On October 11, 1009
site married Mr. Harvey Brown and
besides her husband, Is survived by
three children, Ray 13. Betlio 8, and
Shirley 14 months. Her parents reside at Langley Prairie, B. C, a brother, Mr. Stanley Hyland, resides at
Vancouver, and a sister, Mrs. Hopkins
at Unity, Saak.
On Sunday afternoon the funeral
service was held at the family home
on Dennis Street, when a large number or sorrowing friends gathered to
pay trisir lust respects to a departed
friend befcre lhe removal of the hody
to tit. Augustine, Illinois, for Interment in the Brown family plot there.
Tin service was conducted by Rev,
W. T. Tapscott of tho Baptist church,
to which denomination sho belonged
and which church the family attended.
The late Mrs. Brown was known as
onu of those bright, cheerful chur-
LCters, who refused to be discouraged
and who would not give up even
though to (libers It might appear that
she should.
At the largely attended funeral
on Sunday many beautiful floral tokens of sympathy and respect were In
evidence, from  the  following:
Family, pillow; Order of Railway
Telegraphers, wreath; Mother and
Dad, wreath; Stan and Ellen, spray;
Employees C. P. R., wreath; B. of L.
E„ cross; Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Burton,
irrtss; Mr, and Mrs. G. R. Leask,
spray; Mr. and Mrs. A. \V. Hodj.;on,
spray; Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Haynes.
uniray;. .Mr., mul Mrs. T. U» ilaynci*.
spray; Mr. and Mra. T>. A. Sutherland,
spray; Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Helmslng,
spray; Baptist Sunday School, spray;
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Small, spray; Mr,
and Mrs. Helse. spray; Mr. and Mrs.
Blrce, spray; Mr. and Mrs. A, J. Balment, spray; Mr. and Mrs. P. Adams.
wreath; Mr. and Mrs. Noble, spray;
Mr. nnd Mrs. R. J. Collins, spray; Jim
Adams, spray; Mr. and Mrs. Hartuell.
si ray; Mr. nnd Mrs, McDonald, spray;
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wilson and Mrs.
Davey, wreath; Baptist Church,
spray; Mr, and Mrs. R. A. McBtrnie.
spray;   Mr. and  Mrs.  Palmer, spray;
Local Boys Win
At Stock Judging k
aW.VaW.VWaW.*.*,
WEDDINGS
SAD FATUITY AT
GALLOWAY WHEN
WOMAN    SUICIDES
Team Wins Second Pliuse Witli j   ^
Strong  Competition)   Gain   I
Two Other Awards
According lo Word received from
Mr   A. U Hay, district agriculturist,
who is still al Hie court, the junior
stuck Judging team which went down
from Cranbrook to enter the stock
judging events at tho New Westminster provincial fair, made a very creditable allowing indeed.
Thu toain consisted of John Clark,
Stewart McClure and Allen Keer, the
two forraor belonging tu St. Mary's
Pralrlo, and the last named lo Murys-
vllle. Tho team look second place
in the B. C. Stock Breeders' Association event, out or eight entries, being
only 27 points behind the lending
teem. In this event they gained silver medals.
Stewart McCluro also won a spe-
Jlal prize of |10.00 given by Dean Clements, of tlie University ot B.C., in u
.lass of twenty-four. This was for
tlie highest standing in tbe dairy cattle judging. He also took third In
a class for judging of field crops.
As thin is tbe first year this work
has been promoted in Cranbrook. it
Is felt thai the results g'llncd by the
boys reflect much credit on them, Mr.
May has heen active lu Introducing
iho movement into the district, and
has every cause to feel elated at the
creditable showing his team made, especially when ft is considered that
tliey would be competing at New Westminster against entrants from tlie
brst dairying districts of the province.
CROSBY -- CLAW?
Tuesday  morning.    September
lie home of Mr. nud Mrs. Lester Clapp, Norbury Avenue, was the
scene of a charmingly pretty wedding, when their eldesl daughter.
Ethel May. was united in matrimony
in Mr. Joseph Francis Crosby, of
Spokane Hev. Father Murphy was
Hie officiating clergyman,
To the strains   of   the Lohengrin
wedding march, played hy Miss Alma
Sarvis, the bride entered on the arm I unfortunate woman, who, it
of her father, by whom *:io was glv- stood lias been threat onl
eu away, looking charming in a dress,away with herself for sot
of white canton crepe, with a picture [the house, and going to
arrylug a bouquet tied the rope to tin- up)
The bridesmaid] planing a noose around
jumped to her d
held on Sunday
it  Elko when
On Saturday morning at 5.30 when
Andrew Mader of Galloway awoke, he
discovered his wife Barbara was not
the   house.    Ou  investigation  aud
search aboui  the bouse aud yards he
discovered the (lead body of his Wife
hanging  by  a   rope   from   a  scaffold
that was used for Hie killing of pigs
Mr. Mader ut once Informed tlie poller,  and  Constable  Smith, of Elko
was soon <>n the scene and at  nine
a,in. cut down the body,    li appears
Hint  some time during lhe night  the
is under*
to   make
time, lefr
Eari Strafford
Visits Cranbrook
With  Countess aud  Daughter,
hMiiitfuishfd  Visitor Spends
Night iu This City
PASTOR RETURNS FROM
VISIT TO SCENE 01 IIIS
FORMER  PASTORATES
Little Miss Marion Atrhlsou return*
ned to her home on Tuesday after
having spent a few days as a patient
nt  the hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. John Stirling, of Dar-
Vol, Scotland, nre visiting Tor tlnee
weeks at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Qcorgfl ,1. Spreull, Mr, Stirling, who
is a hue manufacturer, is stopping
Mr.    and    Mrs.  D. J. Speers. spray
iFiuk Mercantile Co., spray; Mrs. Mc-
over.-Arthur J. Walker. Ajn.i Ranch.] ,Mniifl nm1 A|l|lit,   wwaUi;     Mr   am,
special cnp; M|.s  Bftrber, s]miy:   Mr. and Mrs. H,
White,    spray;    Mr,  ami  Mrs. W. J.
Johnson,   wreath;    Mr. and Mrs. J.
Taylor. Moyie. cross; Mr. and Mrs. R.
D. Finley and family, spray; Mr. and
Mrs.  l.lddieoutt, Nakusp. spray;  Mr.
and Mrs. C-ilroy, spray; Mr. and Mrs.
J. If. Cameron, spray; Pupils of Division I.   ami   Miss Woodland, spray,
Mr. Walker again
plven by Mr. W. H. Wilson, of Cran
brook   for  the  above  animal.      This,
being   the  third   time   iu  succession. I
Mr.  Walker now owns the cup.    2nd
j lnvermere Meat Market.
Bull: Milk Strain; Keith s Edgell.
Fat  Steer:  Three years old; James
LambQrL    Fat Steer: Two years old;
James  Lambert*  Major  F.  It,  Young.
Selkirk Ranch.    Fat Steer:  any age
over in Cranbrook
California.
on    his   way   lo
The many friends of Rev.    W. T.
Tapscott,  pastor     of    the  Baptist
Church, and Mrs. Tapscott, are wel-
. oming them home after a vacation
of four months  spent  with  relatives
[and fcrittiuls- iu Oregon, Pern fcylvauln
and Ontario. The first six weeks
were spent at Salem, Oregon, and
early ln July Mr. Taspcott reached
Pittsburg, where another daughter
resides. Here lu* preached In what
fs now a large church, but which was
started as a mission when Mr. Tapscott waa pastor of a larger church In
the city. A visit was made to Brampton. Toronto, and other places In Ontario, each having some interest as a
scene of a former pastorate of Mr.
Tapscott, of his rather. From Niagara Falls Mr. Tapscott travelled the
remainder of the way to Pittsburg,
aliout 1S7 miles, by car. While away from Cranbrook, Mr. Tapscott lias
not been away from the pulpit, being
[asked to speak constantly at all of his
old charges. Nevertheless he returns with renewd vigor and enthusiasm.
Mrs. Taspcott, who returned with Mr.
Tapscott, left for Salem, fire., to complete her visit and to see another
new little grandson who has arrived,
Mr. and Mrs. MeOreery,
and    Mrs. C. N. Parker,
spray
sprny
(in Sal in day. Sept lfi, Jos. McOair-
mid wa*. given u bearing before
Bttpeudlar) Magistrate Leask charged
with refusing to right forest fires
When called upon to do so by authorized forestry otllclala. Similar con-
VI turns were recently made In the
Pernio district and more aiv to follow. It Is thu Intention of the
department to vigorously prosecute
any who will not fight fires when their
services are required They do nol
command anyone to go unless It Is
deemed absolutely necessary and select those whenever possible who
WOlllll lie least Inconvenienced by
serving,
Silver Cup given by Imperial Bank Of I and Mrs. "Wolfer. spray; Mr. W. F.
Canada, lnvermere branch, won for Doran, sprny; Mrs. Gray, spray; Mr.
the first time by James Lambort, won ami Mrs, Stewart, spray; Boy Scouts
twice before by Basil (1. Hamilton. I No, 2. spray; Mrs. J. B. Brake, spray;
Beef Strain;  for breeding, let]Mr. and Mrs, Taylor, spray; Mr. and
Mr.    aud Mrs
WINDERMERE MINING
CLAIM SOU) AT
GOOD FIGURE
(Special to the Herald)
lnvermere, B.C., Sept. 18—A
sale has Just been made by Mr.
J. C. Pitts of this place and
Windermere, of a ninety per cent
Interest in his mineral claim
culled tbo White Cat lo a syndicate, from Stettlor, Alta. The
price Is reported to be 950,000.
The White Cat Is a silver-lead
proposition shunted on Boulder
Creek, a tributary to Horsethlet
Creek, west hy north of this
place.   It Is fully Crown grant-
('ow: ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
lnvermere Meat Market, They also
won for the first time the silver cup
presented by the Fink Mercantile Co..
Ltd., of Cranbrook. This cup wns
won iu two preceding Fat Stock shows
by Jas. W. Morland. of Premier
llnnch, Windermere. Fat Cow: lnvermere Meat Market, Jas. W, Morland. Fat Helfor: Jns. W. Morland.
Juines Lambert, Helen Young. Fe
male: fur breeding; Jan.es Morland
lnvermere Meat Market, James. W
Morland. Milk Strain Cow: It. Randolph Bruce, Pynelogs Hall. Mr.
Bruce also won the special cup presented by Individuals for the best
dairy female exhibited. 2nd Major F.
B. Young, 3rd H. H. PeterH, Cydervnle
Ranch. Year Old Heifer: Mnjor F.
B, Young, H. R. Bruce and Helen
Young. Calf: for veal; H. H. Peters,
R. B. Bruce, H. H. Peters.
Swine.—Sow: for breeding; R. R
Bruce, H. H. Peters. Pig: Bacon type;
R. R. Bruce for 1st and 2nd,
Sheep.—Ram: Major F. B. Young,
Lieut. Commander F. C. Powles, Lor-
elll Ranch. Ewe; for breeding. Major
F. B. Young 1st and 2nd. Pen, two
ewe lambs, born 1923, Major F. B
Young, Lieut. Commander J. C. Powles. Pen, two wether lambs; Lieut.
Com. F. B. Powles. Pen, two fat
lambs, born 1923, Major F. B. Young,
Lieut. Com. J. C. Powles.
Contests Open to Indians Only
Horses:   Team   ln   wagon;   Rosle
Kinbaakot,   Eugene   Joseph.     Brood
[mare with foal at loot; Loafs Oapllo,
Mrs.   Hlnton. sprny;
Hridges, .spray,
hat io match, and
i   ophella  rose,,
us Mlsa Mabel  Plnlay,    who   also
ore  cropo de cheus,    of lioneydew
liade,  and  carrying    a    bouquet of
gladiolas.     Mr. Frank DoodBOU supported the groom.
During Hie sliming of Hie regisier,
Miss Frances Drummond isang n
pleasing bgIo, "At Dawning 1 Love
Von."
'lie ceremony was witnessed by a
large number of friends, who laid
gtUhored In honor of one of Cran
brook'R native daughtors, whose pop
ularity was amply attested by tin
host of gifts of goodwill thai wero In
evidence, .consisting uf useful and or-
mmontnl articles of every description.
Following flic ceremony lhe guests
sat down lo a tempting wedding luncheon, assisting in lhe serving of
Which were Mrs. Harold Hrown, Mrs.
Jas. Dickson or Yahk, Miss Jessie
Fennessey, and Miss Edith Lewis.
.Mrs. O'Hsaru poured the tea, Mrs.
Campboll the coffee, while Mrs. Wolfer cut  tho Ices.
Mrs. Crougei*, of Spokane, sister of
'he groom was present for tiie nup-
tlitis. Amid showers of rice and con-
fettl the happy young couple lefl on
the noon train tor n short honeymoon I rip to Spokane, Wash., Kcl-
Idaho, and other points. On
ibeir return to the city they will
take up Hieir resilience in a nicely
furnished cottngo on Wfttf Avenue.
Tho bride's gift to the groom was
i meerchum pipe with amber stem,
while the goom'a gift to the bride was
a china tea service. The bridesmaid
received a set of beads, and the hest
mail a pair of cuff links. Miss Frances Drummond and Miss Alma Sarvis received a fancy comb and a silver bar pin respectively. Mr. (ind
Mrs. Clapp, ns a wedding gift, furn
[shed the dining room of the new
home.
The wedding was a popular one In
every respect, the ,'brldo being ex-
extremely popular iu the younger so
clal circle, and enjoying an exceptionally wide circle of friends in the
city, while the groom Is well known
in the C, P. It. service. They will
receive a warm welcome on their return to tho city to make their home
here.
boi
neck,
atli. An Inquest wa.-
afternoon at 3 p.m.
verdict of death by
banging was brought in. Intorment
was made nt Klko. It appears tliat
the woman had had a lot of family
troirbles and hud at last decided to
end them. Besides her husband. She
has left behind a large family ol
■hlldren, Mrs. Mader was a native
of Bohemia and Mr. Mader is a Ser
bian. lt is believed Hint Hie WOUlOl
was not in her rigid mind at tho time
Frl
On Friday evening Inst tbe young
people of Knox Presbyterian church
were responsible for a very pleasant
evening held lu tho Sunday school
robin, when ihey hail as their guests
the leaching stuffs of Hie high aud
public schools, Invitations were also
extended to all the ministers of the
city anil their wives, most of whom
wero present. The party numbered
about fifty and enjoyed themselves
in social games, contests of different
nature being provided, A delightful
musical program was rendered, the
following contributing Vocal solos.
Mrs. .Norgrove; piano solos. Miss
Wanda Fink; violin solos, Mt. O, E
Mower, accompanied by Mtes Wanda
Fink. Not the least important item
on tha program of entertainment wer
tbe   refreshments   provided   by   the
iiiuig people, to which ampte jn-t
as done.
Murdoch McEachern lefl on Tuesday's train for Penticton, wliere he
will visit with a son for a time.
Mr. and Mrs. J. I,. Walker and family will shortly be occupying their
former home on Burwell Avenue.
to which a cement foundation has
iren built, and other Improvements
made. They have rented the house
on Garden Avenue they are now occupying to Mr. nnd Mrs. Collins. Mr.
Collins being on the Western Grocers' staff.
day evening lust Cranbrook
iBlled by  representatives of the
lid    British    aristocracy,    when
i'Mniond  Henry  Byng. Karl of Strafford,   accompanied   by   his   wife,   the
Countess of Strafford and their daughters  Lady Elisabeth and Lady Mary
Byng.  stopped   over   in   the  city   for
the night.    Tlie Bar) of Strafford Is
the  eldest   brother i>r  the Governor
General  of Canada, aud  is one of a
number    of  honorary    and  associate
delegates to the Second British Empire  Forestry Conference that  was
opened at Ottawa on July 25th by the
Hon. McKensle King.   Since thai time
the members of the conference have
visited all  parts of Canada   holding
sessions  at different  places and  finally adjourned at Victoria on Sept. 7.
In conversation with a Herald repre-
■utntive the Earl said that he was
iry much Impressed with his trip
through Canada, with many points ot
interest  visited  and  the  things  they
have  seen     To Cranbrook ihey kad
come   direct   from   Penticton where
they bad spent three days risltlng with
Mr. Hugh    Fraser.    near   Okanagan
PallS,  (he   ladles   being  particularly
appreciative of Uiai part of the Okanagan.   The morning before the party
were the unfortunate participant* ln
a motor accident, in which Lady Elita-
betb suffered a badly cut finger cane-
by the shattering of the windshield
glass of the auto in which she was
driving.    The accident  was peculiar
in so far as the car with which they
collided, a new McLaughlin driven by
Mr.  Kenneih  McKenzle of Penticton,
had only a  few minutes  previously
collided with Mr. Hugh Fraaer's car
whU It  was   preceding  the  Earl  and
his party with  their baggage.    Mr.
Fra-er  advised  Mr.  McKenzie  as   to
the other car following and although
t ji claimed there was plenty ot room
o pass the tops of tne cur; collided.
The party v.-ere on their way to Tisit
for a few days with Mr. R  Randolph
Bruce at Windermere, thence to Gol-
■len en  route  to California, on tholr
return trip to England   During their
itay  in  Cranbrook  the evening waa
-(pent in shooting  up the town  with
befr  cameras  and   in  attendance at
the Star Theatre where Harold Lloyd
'Safety Last" wa-; or. the boards.
Mr G. T. Moir representing the C.P.R.,
received the visitors on their arrival
ind saw that all their wants were
attended   to.    After   an  early  break-
MUSICAL SOCIETY ,
RESUMES REHEARSALS
FOR SEASON'S PROGRAM
Coming Bents
The    Cranbrook
opened the present
practice on Monday
new  headquarters
Musical
season
even in-:
over   Hi
Society
with   a
: t their
•   Lester
l)r. David Hnrtln, of Rose and Martin, physicians, of Nelson, nwompan-
led by Mr. George Floury, also of that
clly, passed through Cranbrook on
Friday last on their way to Banff and
Calgary, While In Iho city they were
visitors nt the home of Mr. and Mrs.
R. Blrco, Tliey left on Saturday
morning for the north. Mr. Fleury ls
a brother of Miss 1. M. Fleury of the
south ward school.
,11'MOK BRANCH OF
MUSICAL SOCIETY IS
ORGANIZED   MONDAY
Clapp storo and considering the short
notice it had only been possible to
give, the attendance was very gratifying. Favorable comments were heard
on all hands at the accomodation und
genorul brightness of iho prut lie
hall.
There are vncancles In the choral
branch principally for altos and i n-
|ors, and Intending member., ur.' invited to Join at once so ns to fully
nsslat in the preparation of th<
musical works in hand, Ths arches
tra will meet on Tuesday nox In tli.
practise hall at 8 o'clock. Several en-
lulrles have been made by prospective new members and Intoreatli p
practises are being looked forward to
DOHAMEL.JUCKF.Y
St. Mary's catholic church was th
cene of another pretty wedding on
Tuesday morning when al s."0, Miss
lary Elizabeth, ehles' daughter of
sir, und Mrs. Jas, S. Mackey, was uni-
'ed In matrimony io Mr. -Mnhmise
Duhnmol, of Wonatchee, Wash. The
nuptial mas.-, was said by Rev. Fattier
Mn.phy, and MUs Delia (ireuves presided at the organ. During the mass
Mrs. Collins and Miss 1). Greaves sang
duet "O dbd of Love" and Mlsa
Qrenv ig   "Afler   Communion
Ouri.ig the ilgi ig of the register
Miss '■' suces Drum w.i-1 i if G a-
nod's ".•.' e Mini.i." i'pi n tin entra.ii '•I
of he bri e nn tl o an . of her father
Mi ■. flrcaTe played lhe beautiful,
wedding march from "Lohengrin'
and MoudolsBohn'a wedding march ;.
tbe  bridal  couple  were  leaving
11 and 22
Twist" at|
chunh. Alt the v»
mi numbers w« re
i .rli )•   i i .le- l
BBSiVti      Utll
ill and Inatrumen-I
exr pi innlly np-
wm'ou enl nddtd
lhe i
Organization of a Junior musical
society among the elder classes at the
Central School was effected on Monday afternoon. It will be under the
leadership' ot Mr. G. E. Bower, and
the aim Is to cultivate nn appreciation
and enjoyment ot music in the children, the regular school curriculum
not providing for this.
The officers of tlie Junior musical
society are ns follows:
President      Marlon Miles
Vice President   Billie McDonald
Secretary     Owen Slye
Treasurer      Jack Barber
Committee:   Melville Reade, Donald Burton, Colvin Mc
Barney; Jack Atchison, El-
; Isabel h Miller; Dorothy
Shaw. Edith Carlisle; Fred
ItDjaofc; Cyril Harrtaoa.
I THANKSGIVING AND
ARMISTICE DAY TO
RE KEPT TOGETHER
Apparently railing In with
the suggestion that Armistice
Day and Thanksgiving Day be
observed cIobb together, the government has fixed Monday,
November 12th as Thanksgiving
Day. Armistice Day occurs on
Sunday, November Uth. It
has been decided that Thankf
glvlngDay shall be kept on the
Monday of tho week ln which
Armistice Day falls.
uu    in.;i    ^^^^^
occasion.
The  bride was  becomingly  attired
"• a   [0«    of V. • > ■■       meteor with
■ cui • c' -;.' ',■ ; i : :. ti to match of
embroidered felt.   She carried a bou-
' |ttp; of opln 11(1 roses and lilies.   The
111lie's   itr, Mrs, J. H. Armstrong,
I was matron of honor nnd wore a dress
of navy and grey crepe and carried a
| pretty bouquet of gladioli.   Mr. Hay
I Armstrong acted »s best man.   After
wedding breakfast  at  the home of
the bride, the wedding trip was start-
i ed, tho couple going by automobile to
Spokane aud other points fn Washing
I U«n and Idaho, before settling in their
new home at Wenatchoe, Washington
where for about two years the bride
has been  practising as a nurse and
where   she   is   well    and   favorably
known.   Mrs. Blackwell of Wonatchee.
sister of the groom WOO a visitor to
Cranbrook   for  the  happy occasion,
The many    friends the bride   haa
nade during her long residence la the
The events noted below are those
for which paid advertising appears in
this issue, or for which printing work
has been done in this office.
Friday and Saturday, Sept.
Jackie Coogan in "Oliver
the Star.
Saturday, Sept. 22; Marion Oliver Mission Band Garden Parly at the home
of Mrs. G. D. Carlyle.
Sunday, Sept. 23: Annual Rebel ah
Memorial Service, members to attend service nt Methodist Church at
7.80,
Monday & Tuesday. Sept 24 and 25;
"Forgotten LftW" al Hie Star.
Wednesday & Thursday, Sept 20 & 21:
"Only 3ft" at the Star Theatre.
Friday & Saturday, sept. 28 fi 20: Big
attraction at the Star, "Souls for
Sale."
Friday. Set. 28: I
soclatlon social
rish Hall.
_at at the new Victoria Cafe the party
proceeded to Windermere. The party
■ ere registered at the Cranbrook
hotel wliere they found everything to
their liking
Students cf English history may be
inu-rested in knowing that the present Earl Es the sixth of that name,
snd also in the following short outline
of the life of the English statesman,
Thomas Wentworth, who founded the
P^arldom.   He was born ln London In
1593, educated at St. John's College,
Cambridge, and after leaving tbe uni-
■ersity received tbe honor of knighthood.   He sat in parliament for Yorkshire for a number of years, snd when
Charles I. asserted that the common?,
enjoyed no rights except   by    royal
permission, he wa.-; strongly opposed
by Thomas Wentworth.   In thla struggle his ali.nif* were recognized and
high terms offered him by the court,
which he accepted, and In 1628, waa
successively    created    Baron    Went-
rorth, privy councillor, and President
Of the North.   In 1632 he was selected
by Archbishop l^aud as lord-deputy of
Ireland.    In his work there he was
most surcessrul and tor his services
he was created   Earl    of   Strafford.
When the Uing Parliament met however, the first movement of the party
opposed  to  arbitrary'  power  waa tn
impeach Strafford for high treason at
the bar of the house of tords.    He
was opposed by Pym, but his defence
was so strong that the original 1m-
peochtnenl wns deserted for a bill of
attainder,    The bill paused the commons   by a great majority, and waa
irent-Tcacher   As-1 feebly  suppon^d by  the  House  of
evening at the Pa-ILords. The king endeavored to secure
the safety of Strafford, but yielded to
tlie advice of his counsellors, backed
by a  letter  from  Strafford  himself.
who urged him for  his own safety to
ratify the bill.   Stiafford was accord-
Monday, Oct, 1: Recital by Miss
Theresa Hoigcl at Methodisi Church
at 8 p.m.
Benoflt Masquerade danco ing,y behftftded on Tower mn In Miy'
- 1641.
October 81
B. of B. T. In the Auditorium
li'y extend to her evei
for her happiness In tli
.■ golden
• fin ure.
Kisi:\imtin.s>i!Tii
At the Methodist parsonage on Frl
duy evening lasl Mr. Frederick Holme:
Kinenliardt wan united In marriage to
Miss Ruth Smith of Cl.iresbolm. Alia.,
by Rev. h. 0. Freeman.
Since the regular Methodist church
notice wont to press on another page,
arrangements have been made for the
members of the Maple l^eaf Rebekab
Lodge to attend Hie evening service
fqj- their annual Memorial Service.
Members of the lodge will attend thla
isrrrice In a body, eii~ '-> service will
fte anprntriate to the i PAGE  TWO
THE   CRANBROOK   HERAMI
metbodist Cburcft
REV. 11. C. FREEMAN, Pastor
leeklng and
and worth,
"Religion is the human spirit, hy the grace or Got!,
finding un interpretation of experience thai puts sense
dignity, salvation, joy and hope into lite."—Fnsdiek.
SUNDAY, Sept. -'Id. The Pastor will preach at liolh services
11 a.m. Sacrauienl ot The Lord's Supper.
12.1-5 Sunday School and Adult Bible Class
7.30 p.m. Evening Service: "Those Lost Years"
VISITORS AMI STRANGERS CORDIALLY WELCOMED
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
11 Alt I: Till I' IIV
DOWN I.O.MJ
III'   Mill
CANOE
i STRETCH
'ENAY  RIVER
note till P.O. Boi SiJ
B. A. M00RHGUSE
A.M.E.I.C., & D.C.L.S.
PBOY. LAND SUltYEXOB
Oilice - ArntBtroiig Ave,
Cranbrook    •     •     ■«.('•
Tn
de:
th
ilhl
Drs. Green & MacKiniioii
riijslciatis and Surgeons
Office at  residence,  Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICE  HOURS
Afternoons   2.00 to 4.00
Bvenlngs   7.30 to 8.30
Sundays   2.00 to 4.00
CRANBROOK, B.C.
route,  Byri
mi  Harmon,  ot  li.iui'i'  re-
cently  mail
e ihu trip,    Canoes were
Windermero Lake to Lhe
Kootenay rl
ivor, north ot Radium Hot
Springs, mi
Hal carB ami Urn voyage,
80 miles to
Canal Flat, started from
that point.
Passing the junctures ot
the Cross,
Palllser and White rivers,
nil of whlcll
empty into the Kootenay,
soma ot iii
o grandest scenery to be
1(11111(1    on    t
lie   continent   was   passed
through, wl
thoul a single Inhabitant
fiaptist Ctjurci)
PASTOR   W.  T.  TAPSCOTT
SXI'IIAV, Sf|ll. 23
Morning Service. 11 a.m.
"The Toll Thnl Refreshes"
Sunday School 12 noon
Evening Service 7.30 p.m.
"The 1'iar Tlml Ullriches"
1 rlilaj, September 21st, 1033
HARVEST FESTIVAL IS
FIRST SERVICE HEM) IN
INYI.H.MKHi: CHURCH
litiih services win be conducted by the pastor
in Lhe basomenl of
the church
(Special to tho Herald)
Invomere, B.C., Sept. 20.—A most
iprcssive service was held last Sim-
day in the new church, of Christ
Church parish, tho occasion heing the
annual harvest thanksgiving festival.
It was a service of special interest
tho first service to he hold In the
now building for that purpose. The
whole interior was decorated In good
stylo wllh grains, grasses, roots and
the fruits of the Held. The congregation was an extremely largo one and
Coolidge Asks Help for Japan
the
enure ri
ale
itetl
rail i
DR. F. R. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE HOURS
11,11 a.m.     1 to 6 p.m.
Hanion Blk., CRANBROOK, B.C.
F. M. MACPHERSON
Undertaker
Phone KO
Horbnry Ave., ueit to I It; Hall
I/ODOBS AND SOCIETIES
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meets In the
G.W.V.A. llnll
afternoon ot the
first Tuesday at
8 p.m.
All ladle* sre
cordially Invited
President: Mra. F. I'onstonUne.
SecTreaiurer:  Mri. 8. Taylor.
I. O. O. F.
KEI CITY LODGE, No. 48
a
e****ta» ■        Meets every
lEKjtMondoy niK1" »'
'5E8£jThe Auditorium
So'ou
"ning Odd Fellows are cor
dially Invited.
N.O.
It h. Burtch
Rec.
Sac.    E. G, Dingley, P.O.
4.4S,*S,********************
— Tha
Knights of Columbus
will meet In the
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
HALL
ETEBI TII1KD SUNDAY,
at 9 p.m.
*•..{..]"•' '.••.".• -*,• •> •:•■>•;• •:■ •;• •> •:* <
were successfully negoti-
wlft water ridden in the
without disaster. At one
ilaco li was necessary to lower the
uiioos down lln- iv.pidly flowing
rlvor for n short distance with ropes.
Excellent fishing was found at many
points along tho way, where fisherman had evidently never cast a hook
and line in Ihe water previously.
Kootenay deer were encountered in
ahundance, while moose and oilier
wild game were glimpsed from the
river hanks.
Prom Canal Flat a short portage Is
necessary lo reach Columbia Lake,
after negotiating which, a canoe may
pass through Mud Luke to Winder-
more Lake. Mr. Harmon was successful in gpcuring some truly magnificent
moving pictures of the route, which
aid materially In making this
popular one with those who de*
imething different for a holiday
mountains and to get far from
lie beaten path of tourists, The trip
■ ill consume from four lo five days,
nl to thorotighy enjoy it and to get
lie most out of the wonderful sceu-
ry and the splendid fishing along the
onto at least a month can be used
o advantage.
In 1112;-. t'.tiKi.ia producea minerals
estimated to be worth $180,022,000,
un increase of practically SU.uuu.muo
over the previous year.
A Hritish silk manufacturing firm
has decided to establish u large
plant near Quebec city for tbe
manufacture of artificial silk yarn.
A train nearly a mile long and
drawn by a single locomotive recently carried 165,000 bushels of
grain over the Canadian Pacific
incs,
•'as truly inter.)
haracter,
Rev. i-\ Bertrai
must excellent
i-pproprlatonosa i
service a congrej
hold and mailers
portaining to tin
woro discussed,
odd dollars woto
Ing fund hy -v.,.,
lory in the gorvli
THo  business
Ifov.  Mr.  Atkins.,
local   branch   of
Mrs,   llasil  <;
neiuhership in
Vuxiliary of tin
aiominatlonol In lis
i MluiiKon preach
•ermon wiih marked
« the occasion. After
ut tonal meeting was
ni a general nature
parish as a whole
Some   two   bundle-
tutdod lo the build
n of a Bpoclal offer
el ing   being   over,
on behalf or the
I tho U'.A. preseiiled
llainlllon with a lire
ln> Dominion Women's
Church of Uliglnnd in
Canada, also giving her lhe gold cross
which is worn in token of Ihis .lis-
tinotlori,
western
hoi) I
the
MONTANA OILMEN
AIM: VISITORS HERE
FOR SHORT TlMl
DRY WOOD
FOR SALE
SutlsfiH'tiiin Gunrontceil
C. GODDEltlS    ■    -    Huh Tel.
L. D. Cafe
(Little Davenport)
When you wish something good
to eat go to the "L.D."
OUB    PBICE8    ABE    BIOIIT
Jos. Kanffintui and M. Williams, of
.Shelby, Montana, representing the
Adams-Zimmerman oil interests Spent
a night hero recently. Mr. W,
.1. O'Halre, mayor of Sunburst, Mont.,
cotnpniiied them, These gentlemen
re heavily Interested in the Kevin-
anhursl oil fields and iu their respective towns. W. J, Dilwortli, representing Canadian companies operating
it Shelby is also in tbe city. Kevin-
Sunburst, the largest proven oil slriie-
on ihis continent bad, one year
two producing wells, today 127
producers, with a daily production of
pproximately i~,r>oo barrels. Producers are bfiing brought. In nt the
rate or fi to 7 per week. The cost of
drilling a well into production and
X!hooking on to pipe lino is flG.000.
JI This low cost coupled with 95 to 100
$ chances of obtaining production makes
a this oil flold one of, if not, the best on
JjI'the continent for the small investor
TJAl the present time there are approx
imalely 600,000 barrels stored In the
— [field pending the opening up of the
Z^ Calgary refinery, 1500 barrels per day
are going to Great Kails refinery, 1000
barrel;* per day to Lewlstou refinery
Three trains per week lo Calgary re
finery. Tho now proven area 12 x 14
miles is constantly being extended by
Lbe coming in of new wolla :;:i hitherto
uuproven ground.
Calgary, Edmonton, Roglna, Nelson,
mid Vancouver interests are operating
iu the field and meeting with success.
The oil developments ton miles north
of the Kevin-Sunburst field, tributary
djacont to Coutts. aro not meet-
Almost sixteen and a half million
bushels of wheat were exported
from iho port of Vancouver during
the period September 1. 1922, lo
May .'II of tlie present year, according to figures issued by the Merchants  Exchange.
Among lbe large number of unaccompanied women on the last
westward voyages of the Canadian
Pacific liners "Montclare" and "Me-
litu" were twenty-three who were
coming to Canada to be married in
various  parts  of  the  Dominion.
FAIRMONT  HOT
SPRINGS NOTES
An official in charge of the cattle
shipment.-! from tbe Port of Montreal recently stated that nearly 40,-
000 head of store cattle would be
shipped from tho port this year. He
declared the rush) seasons would be
the months of August, September
and October.
On her last eastward voyage the
Canadian Pacific liner "Empress of
Canada" established a new trans-
Pacific record of H days, 10 hours
and 55 minutes from Yokohama to
Vancouver. The previous record, 8
days, 18 hours and .11 minutes, hud
been held since 1914 by the "Empress of Russia" of the same line,
and
If public deposits in bank
loan companies can be taken
fair indication, the Canadian is the
world's richest man, according to a
statement marie by F, A. Hatch, retiring president of the Ontario division of the Canadian Manufacturers' Association. Thescydeposlts
amount to more than two bniion dollars, or $250 per capita.
" According to a report of the Dominion Bureau of Statistics, 62,273,-
109 tons of railway freight originated In Canada in 1922, and 26,581,-
031 was received from foreign connections, making a total of 8S,S51,-
jsuO outgoing. Also 62,648,678 tons
terminated in Canada and 25,438,900
were delivered lo foreign connections, making a total of 87,087,484
tons.
DEPOT ROOMS
VAN BORNE ST.  Opp. Station
New Building
Nicely Furnished
When lu Town Slop Hrro
: 	
■ing with success nnd practically all
j drilling operations have ceased for the
' present at  least.
Kwong  Chong
LAUNDRY
11 Armstrong Avenue
OppOi,tt« W. D. Hill's
Pint Cuua  Work  Guaranteed.
Montana Restaurant
Meals at AH Hours
(%trs, Cigarettes and Candles
Cniknek St.    -    Phone Ml
Opp. Bank ot Commerce
TIIE SETTU3R AM)
Till: FOREST inn:
(Editor's note: These verses wero
written by a fire ranger In view of
the common opposition of settlers In
wtfoded districts to having their privilege of wholesale burning curtallod
to any degree. The ranger is met on
the rond by a terrified settler who
begs him to save his horne and crops
from the oncoming forest flro started
by bis own carelessness.)
Wltat'a all tho rush, friend? Why this
headlong lias to?
j    TTour place is burning? True
still, why run?
For fire, we've board yon say
host friend.
Why don't yon stop him, now
work is done?
You are afraid, You're Joking aren't
you now?
,Ji   Why fear a friend   and   seek   aid
A distinct type of sheep, adapted
to prairie range conditions and said
to possess superior wool and sheep
qualities, has been developed by II.
C. Harvey, an Alberta sheep raiser.
It will be known as the "Uomneliet,"
and has been evolved after eight
years' experimenting with crosses of
the Romney-Marsh with the Ram-
bouillet. As evidence of the wool
production from this species, Mr.
Harvey's annual clip is 120,000
pounds.
That Canada was gradually becoming more anil more of an industrial country, and that Canadians
themselves were not truly aware of
tbe fact, was the opinion expressed
before the Winnipeg Rotary Club by
Prof. R. C. Wallace, of the University of Manitoba. He slated that
during tlie past twenty-five years
the population of Canada had increased iSO per cent., the railway
mileage 120 per cent., while the industrial life of the country increased
700 per cent.
St. Hyarinthe, Que., has the distinction of having developed the
world's largest organ plant, and by
native Invention and improvements
evolved an Instrument wliich receives praiso from the world's first
artists. An organ recently shipped
by Caisavent Frerei of that place
tu Paris, France, i.< absolutely the
first to leave the American continent for Europe, tho movement hav.
ing heretofore .ben in the opposite
direction, ana was so shipped because the purchaser desired the finest and most up-to-date instrument
that could be secured
Mr. W. Heap Holland of Manchester,
England, the owner of tho Fairmont
Hot Springs1, al Radium, has left here
With Ids son for tho coast and tbenco
io England via Toronto and Ottawa.
Major Turner. D.S.O., fs travelling
with him as far as the coast, where
tho equipment necessary to accomodate those taking tho cure at Radium
tiring tho winter will be arranged
for.
Late visitors at Radium include Mr.
and Mrs. Charles McKellar of Chicago,
.Mr. and Mrs. J. Hutotisfield, of Portland. Ore. who called in on their way
homo and stayed two days, Mr. and
Mrs. A. K. Macintosh of Winnipeg.
.Mr. MacIntOE^ is travelling through
(lie west In tiie interests of the Vino-
tiu Company nnd has made arrangements lo spend his vacation here next
yoar. Mr. und .Mrs. Con Riley and
Mrs. Gait of Winnipeg, on their way
through to the Okanagan, expressed
their appreciation of the wonderful
location and views at the springs.
Mr. H. Hicks telegrapher, of Cranbrook, is slowly recovering and Mr.
c. I). Fttzflifnmons reports remarkable improvement.
i
Mr,   N.   a.   Walllnger,  M.p.r
Craitbrook, spent two   anys   nt
Springs ami claims that it is
feet plnco to spent] a holiday.
of
t the
a per
The carpenters'  have  almost com
pleted the winter
make tlie
ter and
quarters which will
prlngs available both wln-
iimmer
THK" <asoM\i: TAX
The proposal lo tax gasoline
province at three cents a galli
the subject of debate at ihe
Roads   League   convention   In
n ihis
n was
Good
Id   tu
but
, Is your
Ills
from a foo?
Our service is your enemy you've snlri
Many a lime anil not so long ago.
Often you've  risen  up und called  us
Dnmncd,
Hut now the red cock crows on y
roof-tree,
And we, 'the meddling fools' of yesterday,
Must fight the fiend Mutt your own
hands set free.
Hark! hrtw he roars, this treacherous
friend of yours!
Come then, if we   musl fight   him,
let's get to It.
To save fools from their tolly is our
job-
Ami thank your Cod   that   wo   are
hero to do It.
W.H.C.    |
Vancouver mi August ao, and of the
Union of lt.c. Municipalities convention.
In view of this lt Is interesting t
note the popularity of the gasoline tax
for road purposes in the United States,
All bill nine states of tbe union impose ihis tax. according to a bulletin
issued by the Vermont chamber of
commerce, the amount being from one
to three cents.
Washington state has a one cent
lax In 1923 und a (wo cent tax will
be levied in 1024.
The following states will levy an
increased tax In 1024 as a result of
t!»2:t legislation, namely: Arkansas,
:'< cents; Colorado, 2 cents; Florida, 3
cents; Mai viand 2 cents; Montana,
cents; North Carolina, a cents; Oregon, s rents; Pennsylvania, 2 cents
South Dakota, 2 cents and Washing-
inn. 2 cents.
States which have passed gasoline
legislation for the first time this year
ami   lbe amounts, are as follows:
Alabama, 2 cents; California, 2
conts; Delaware, 2 cents; Idaho. 2
cenls: Indiana, 2 cents; Mfclne. 1 cent;
huselis. 2 cents; Nevada. 2
New Hampshire, 2 cents; Okla-
I ccni; Tenneaee, 2 cents;
i ionl; Vermont, 1 cent; Utah.
his; Virginia It cents; West Vir-
:' cenis and Wyoming. 1 cent.
Hie proceeds of the lax In all
seveni ecu new gasoline tax states
are dedicated to roads savo In Texts
and Alabama, (he bulletin stales in
its appeal for the gnsolino tax slogan
this year tn be "All For Roads."—
Hritish Columbian.
.1 appeal to Ihe American people to help
the distress in Japan, following the unprecedented earthquake
there, Sept. 1-2, was the keynote for an outpouring of world sympathy
and helpfulness,   The C, s. Army and Navy in the Far East cooperated
nl in less tiiiin twelve hours were rush*
 f disaster.   Other wo
with the National Red Cri ....
Ing all available supplies to tli
also quickly started relief activities,
•rVrite President requests thnt all
Chairman nf the Xuilnnnl Red Cros
to Japan. It Is recalled that Jtjpan
of San Francisco at ihe time of the
Upper picture shows scene of toft
following a quake not one-tenth us
the present disaster.   Lower: Tli
Tokjo, was virtually destroyed,
■rid powers
ohtrlbuttons be sent direct to the
. nt Washington, for transmission
contributed .^liio.mni to the peoplo
earthquake and tire there.
>r and confusion in Toltlo iu 1021.
as severe as thnt which resulted In
eu*-.'gli at Yokohama, wliich city with
MONKEYING WITH VOTERS' UNT LEAPS TO
JAIL FOR VICTORIA NAN
•:    FORT STEELE
j NOTES
A^WAViV-VnA'AV.WA
Ted Cretney came In wiih a beevo
on Sunday, which lie soon disposed of.
Jimmy White who ba
sick list is much better.
been on tlu
Victoria.—R. C. Gibson, election
commissioner, was convicted in the
police court here last week of forgini*
names on tlio provincial voters" list.
Ho pleaded guilty and sentence was
deferred. Both the city prosecutor
and Gibson's counsel denied lhal the
ease had anything to do wllh party ^^^
politics Gibson's conviction confirms j Tom Pulton is
he fears of provincial election officials [lug plank for th'
that  tbo provincial   volers'  list   has Wasa.
been   seriously   tampered   witli   and] 	
they are now busy Investigating nil-1    I,!1,'rv Chamfngs was visiting home
morons voters' applications placed on)on Sunday,
the    list    by    Gibson      The    forgery
busy this week tiaul-
* Kootenay bridge at
FRAME'S BREAD
IS GOOD BRKAD
His Plea, Cukes and Paltry  can   not  ba  beaten.
THK HOME BAKERY
Mione 87      .      Norbuy i,e.
JOHN GARD
PAINTER &
PAPERHANGER
Full Line of Wall Paper
In Stock.
Store, Hanson Avenue
Phona 409 at all boura
(lUNBKOOk    .    .    .    EC.
Milk and Cream
DIRECT FROM
Big Butte Dairy Farm
FHONE 10
Maasai
cents;
liniiui.
Texas.
I'1-. COI
Kin la,
All
the
Calgary, Alia.—They came to holiday and Ihey stayed to work. Tourists from the United Stntes registered
at tho Calgary auto ramp have purchased lands in Alberta nnd are
remaining to engage In fanning. No
less than twelve holiday makers In
tbe past mouth purehased farms In
the province and one bought four for
himself and bis sons. So far 4,000
tourists have registered at tbo civic
unto camp, many of them arriving via
the new Ban ft-Windermere road.
charges on which Gibson was convicted relate only to two applications.
Now thai tlie truth of the charge:'
Of irregularities in tho compilation of
the list has been proved, it is considered certain thai the whole question
will come before the legislature In
the fall, The facl Gibson recently
wrote n series of letters to the press
attacking premier Oliver lias caused
politicians to watch tlie case closely.
Politicians are convinced that politics 11 back of the whole case; otherwise no motive for tbe forgeries is
apparent.
OCTOBER "ROD & GUN"
HAS GOOD STORIES FOR
SPORTSMEN AND OTHERS
One of tlie treats In store for the
sportsman in "Rod and Gun in Canada" In the October issue Is a story
Mrs. J, Crooks and Mrs. Tom Fulton
were visiting wiih Mrs. Douglas at
Pish Hakes oil Thursday of last week.
Margaret Cooper entertained a few
young friends on Saturday iu honor
of her ninth blsthdny.
(Too late for last week)
BORN — On September 6th, at Port
Steele, to Mr. aud Mrs. ll. Blumenauer, a son.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Kershaw gave a
farewell parly on Monday evening lo
their uncle, who, with his family,
has been visiting them for Ihe past
two weeks. Tliey left here on Tues-
-day for Prince Rupert and Vancouver,
aud afler visiting relatives there they
will return to tholr homes iu San
Francisco.
Mr. R. Richardson met wiih a painful  accident  this  week,  sustaining a
CANADIAN
Pacific
Cll.iMIKOOK TRAIN TIMES
NO «; IMII.Y—To Nelson, Vancouver,
Spokane etc. Arrive 12.10 p.m. leave
12.20 p.m.
NO. 118 DAILY To Fernie, Lethbrldge,
Medicine Hat, Cal&ry, etc. Arrive
4.to p.m.; leave 4.20 p.m.
Cranlironk,
Ar-
.     ,,   ,,   ,, ,, tl       .,"  .. '" "' ! hurt hviiis arm that will necessitate a
bv II. C, Duff US on Hear Hunting up
„ .    . . ,   „ r, „    ,, .   ,       ,,,,      ,    rest for that  member for a week or
Bute Inlet, B.f.    which is written in
a     particularly    readable    manner.
Bonnycastlo Dale has a good article   ■  ',. . , ._ . . .Jrr
on the "Virginian Deer of Nova Scotia," while an interesting account of a
leu days trip in a canoe is contributed
by A, David Fraser. K. F. Ward has
a story of a fishing trip In the Hock-j
ies, while F. V. Williams and Martin I
Hunter have two good stories iu this'
Issue, linns and Ammunition is particularly well filled with articles by
such men as A, A. Haines, K. T. II.
Francis, ami It. Heekie-Hwing, all
well known to Hod and Gnu readers.!
Robert Hugo Lincoln, J. W WlnslnJ
and F, II. Walker have good departments, while "Along the Trapline",j
edited by M. 1*. Bates opens again hi|
the October issue. Particular ulleu-i
(foil   ban   been   pild   to   tho   several'
Important trap shoots nt' the Dominion, and accounts of the D.C.R.A., the'
Illsley team in England, a write up'
or which is given by Major Crowe, the
Maritime Trap Shoot, and the O.R.A.
are ail combined iu (he October Issue.
Wycliffe, Kimberley Ser
vice i
No. sill- Leave 7.05 a.m. No. 824
rive 2.10 p.m.     ^^^^
rrnnbro»k»J.uke Windermere and
Haldeii Service
Monday and Thursday, each week
-NO, 821, leave 9 a.m.     Wednesday
and Saturday—NO, 8W arrive 8.30 pm.
For further particulars apply to any
ticket agent
j. a PROCTOR,
District Paaaenger Agent, Oalsarr*
Aspirin
UNLESS you sec tlie name "Bayer" on tablets, you
arc noi getting Aspirin at all
"Hast us.
"Nossali,
living."
nre you a married man?"
Boss,ab  earns  mah  own
Swift Current, Sask.—Contract has
been let here for lhe construction of a
new elevator which is to have a capacity of :i0,000 bushels and to cost in
the neighborhood of $10,000.
Lolhhridge, Alia.—The wool erop of
Southern Alberta will roach the
million pound mnrk, in accordance
with a recent statoment of lhe secretary of tho S. A. Wool Growers Association.
Accept only an "unbroken package" of "Bayer Tablets of
Aspirin," which contains directions and dose worked out by
physicians during 22 years and proved safe by millions for
Colds Headache Rheumatism
Toothache        Neuralgia Neuritis
Earache *. Lumbago Pain, Pain
'■Untidy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tablets—Also bottle* of 21 and 100 -DruggliU.
Aiplrlri I* tin' trml.' murk  <rPKlHW"'! In CamhIiO nf Muyer Manufartiiro uf Monu-
acetlrni'hlr-ilor tit Hiitleylleru'lil.     While II Ir well known Dial  .-.-.pirin ron
liiuiiuriurni**, In rmIii (In* public ftstU-i*.-. imliatluhi, thr TuMet*l uf HtyM
Will  tM  -ttamuatl   ulrl>   tbteiet   !■■■■ j U»4r  Mitt,   til*   "Bty-U   CrWfc"
lb* ■Umiftnl Willi  Wat r
■ lilrli. tnr-um Uft*-**r liiilay, September 21st, 1938
THK  OHAMlltOOK   IIIIIAI.K
PAUE   TIII.KK
Brfch
W    Von
EHott
Barter
'■■*«'
Robert
Edetwn
Mabel
Ballin
•*V'.,*Y«
E*X~
Florence<
Vidor
Katnlvn
WlUlMnt
June
Mathis
A*Master Story-Teller Tears Aside the Veil of
4 Secrecy That Surrounds the Screen Star
RUPERT HUGHES has done it!
His famous Red Book Magazine serial story has
been photographed in motion pictures and is
• considered THE MOST ORIGINAL PH0TODRAMA since the
earliest days of the silver screen.
—- -»-**-'*
With.
35 Famous Stars
All the Stars You've Heard About
Even the Great Charlie Chaplin
Appears in This Picture
STAR* THEATRE
FRIDAY and SATURDAY, Sept. 28 • 29
Paw
Ruth
Miller
■   Johmyr
walke*
Conklia
35-=rF
m PAG1 FOCI
Hli:   CRANBROOK   HERALD
Friday, September 21st, 19211
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THE   SATISFACTION      TIl\T
GOOD   WORK    HIVES    IS
WOKTH MANY TIMES
WHAT   YOU   PAY.
RAWORTH BROS.
NEXT TO THE POST; (ll'l'll'l
Cfte Cranbrook herald
Published Every Friday
P. A. WILLIAMS II.   POTTER
all Ikik gone out tor llu-
uliirly called convention
ie\v provincial party, lo
place nl Vancouver in Deer, when delegates from
iris ot B.C. are expected to
esent. Organization is to
rlhered, nnd the matter ot
leadership gone into, among
other tilings. With its "Searchlight," the new party has been
pitilessly showing up the deficiencies of the old parties, particularly condemning the record
of Hon. John Oliver and his go-
verment. Men from the inner
councils of both tlie old line
parties are numbered with the
new organization, and criticism
is made with an obvious knowledge of inside workings. Whether tlie new party ever gels elevated to power or nol, aud ir
respective of whether the charges they make are grounded or
nol. it will have justified its existence if il lias induced more
than a superficial study of the
political problems of ll.C. by a
good number of voters.
Inbwrlptlon l'rlce .
to United Stales ..
, tfll.fill per year
. *-.»(> ;ior year
Urging especially the hlstor-
associations lhat would be
strengthened and preserved
thereby, a petition is being eir-
"Wlth  a  Mlaaloii   without   .  Ilnaala"
Printed  br  Union   Lnb.tr
AiTCrilltDg    Italia    OB    Application.
chugaa for Adnrtuinf mott b» in ciliated throughout lhe interior
thla offlca Wadnaaday noon tha currant
waan to ..cur. attantion. of the province, taking in the
~ Cariboo, Lillooet, Yale and
Kamloops, and even In the
Okanagan district, to urge the
government to construct the
lasl link of (he provincial highway, from the interior to the
coast via the Fraser Canyon. II
is expected that 50,000 signatures will be secured easily, and
the petition, representing one
of the strongest, as well as one
of the most interesting from a
historical point of view, is to
be presented to the legislature
in October. But. the advocates
from the Princeton roule are
being heard from, and since
the government is said to incline to the southern route, an
interesting situation is developing.
SEPTEMBER 192 J)
IVH HON TW Vto WU  FRI   SA.'
i
2 34 56 7 8
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§§242526272829
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER iUst, 1023
NOT CURLING OH HOCKEY
— BUT BOTH
The pronounced folding in
the city that something must
be done to provide proper accommodation for a hockey
team this winter will probably
express Itself shortly in a public way. The feeling is that
every encouragement shou
he given when efforts ure made
lo organize sport of any kind
along thoroughly responsible
lines. There have been some
unfortunate experiences iu the
city with so-called sport enthusiasts who have left no record
behind them but a lot of debts
and hard feeling. But Hie showing made by the hockey team
last winter, and the thoroughly responsible management the
affairs of the club have been
under, amply justify the suggestion being made, that the city take the matter in hand of
providing a proper rink for Hie
big games that are expected
this season.
There is no antagonism between the curlers and lhe hockey supporters in regard to tlie
rink, as some imagine. Tlie
fact that the curling club has
been willing for a number of
years to pay a yearly rental in
advance to the city that amply
covers the bonded indebtedness
on the place has given the city
good reason for renting it out
to them year after year, whereas other revenue offered for tlie
rink has seemed precarious and
unsecured. But most of the
curlers are sports all through,
and would not enjoy their games realizing thai good organized hockey material was boxed up in an inadequate rink
and not able lo gel (earns in uu
account of lack of*ice space.
The ultimate solution seems
to be an extension lo Hie rink
for curling, lo allow uf the
big sheet being freed for league
hockey. It may be a llltle late
in the year for this, but under the present hockey auspices
the city would be assured of
ample returns on the new outlay. The curlers are willing lo
help give the hockey boys a
square deal, and since tlio city
council, recalling the avowed purpose for which tlie rink
was acquired with the people's
money,, are understood to be
similarly Inclined, there is no
reason why, if all parlies concerned got together, some solution could not be reached.
By covert bints and promises
to ear mark some of the proceeds to road work, new highways and oiher purposes, lhe
way has been prepared for a
tax on gasoline to be imposed
this fall or winter liy the provincial government, It may be
an easily collected and little
felt tax. but there would be
more enthusiasm roused if n
Change could be rung in and
ways and . means devised for
lightening taxation, instead of
eternally increasing it. In any
case industrial gasoline should
be immune from taxation, and
Ihis may provide a loophole
difficult to stop. Presumably
bootlegging in gasoline will lie
the next problem for the government lo grapple with.
q 111 aj p. im
iSJiftKS
Tliis famous household
cleaner and disinfectant
is now made in Crystal
flukes instead of powder. It is the best household lye on the market.
Use it for cleaning
and disinfecting sinks,
closets, drains, etc.;
destroying vermin;
softening water; mak-
ingsoap; cleaning doors,
greasy pols and pans,
etc.; removing paint,
etc.
Avoid inferior and dan.
gerous substitutes. Get
the genuine article in
cans us reproduced below,
^
Negotiations aro under way [or tho
transfer of tbe lease of the Creaton
Hotel from K. H. Small to M. J. Ben-
nlnger, who Is at presenl running the
Commercial; The latter is purchasing the new furnishings put In the
Creston by Mr. t-Jinull when he took It
over u boil I two years ago, and the
deal will probably mean the closing of
Ur> Commercial, Mr. and Mrs. Small
Will make their future home in Calgary, Altu.—-Creston Review,
local
Miss Murtolle Mlllington is leaving
for Cranbn
spcond yea
iu [bat city
ole this week to take her
work in the high school
-Creston Review.
FROM THE VIEW-POINT
OF
OUR CONTEMPORARIES
I'l Itl.H
Here 1
man   i:vi:k nut
WORKS
t some figures it
night pr
t tlu* inimt ii|n
in, when Un'
0  wus BOinethl
millions a ,
government
; public works
ferries, wlia
110.21 of Ibo
pxpenrtoi
roads b
lota
■•\|i
evenuo of the
•-• Hko otghi
lion  provincial
$3,386,104 in
Igos, buildings.
percentage ol
11(11 turo of tin
i    iu L015 the puhih
I Was   $8,102,480.89,
total expenditure.
j total   revenue   rou
works oxpenldture
or 'Jit.fi4';; of the
In 1922 when the
cbed   eighteen
==^
Mrs. A. Logan ami
lie hospital on Sundn;
1 tholr home al McGl
little c
Inst to
llvray.
Till-: SALVATION ARMY
Hanson Avenue
The Auuiuil Harvafcl Festival Effort
of tlie Salvation Army has been
launched. Vour assistant!} is respectfully requested hi this effort to
raise funds for the work of the local
corps.
On Monday, Sept. :I4, at S p.m. in
the Salvation Army hull on Hanson]
Avenue the annual Harvest Festival
sale will be hehl. ('time along ami
buy your winter supply of preserves,
pickles, vegetables, etc.
The following Monday, October 1st.
at S p.m. Brigadier and Mrs. Coombs,
tbe divisional commanders of Hritish
Columbia will conduct a special service in the army ball, Airs. Coombs
Will meet all the members of lbe home
league, Tuesday. Oct. 1', ut 2.110 p.m.
twenty millions, we find bin $2,0-12,-
175.08 spent for public works, or only
1.'.';   of tbe totnl.
Realize what this means—the government bus tremendously increased
tht' total expenditures, but less and
less goes Into the opening up of the
!country and more uml ever more into
j tbe P.Q.B. sinkhole, disgraceful salary
j total, and caring Tor pyramiding luter-
■st charges.
Think it over: In 1011, out of every
lollar spent. 40 cents went into constructive development. In 1015, out
if every dollar Spent, 27 cents went
u constructive development; in 1B22
ive find but 15 cents out of every dol-
ar lor constructive purposes.—Okan-
igan Commdrier,
Sutunlay. September 22
BETTER  THAN  RUBIES:—Search
the Scriptures; lor In them yo think
yo have eternal life; and they arc they
wliich testify of me.—John 5.20.
+    -1-    +
Sunduy, September '211
CURSE or  [BLESSING, Which,—Ho
thai     williholdeth  corn,     the  people
shall curse him; hut blessing shall be
upon tho head of him that selleth It.—
Proverbs 11:26.
+    -1-    +
Monday, September 21
(ihADNKSS IN SERVICE!    - Serve
lhe Lord wltirgladnesa.   Enter Into
his gates wiih thanksgiving, and Into
his courts with  praise:   be thankful
o him, and bless bis name.   Pot
tlio Lord is good.    I'siitin 100:3,4.
+    -I-    +
Tucsihij, Sepletiibcr 2."»
GLADNESS AND SIN'OINd:    Serve
ihe Lord wllh glndnesB; como befor
his presence with singing. -Psalm 100
-I-   -I-   -I-
lYctluesdny, September 20
NOTHING TO PEAR:—Thou son c
man, be not afraid.—K/.ekiel 2:0,
+    +   -h
Tliui-sihty, September 27
SING FOR ,TOV:—Behold my sorv
ants shall sing for joy of heart.—Isai
ah 05:14.
+    +    +
Friday, September 28
WHITHESOHVER;—God    is    with
thee,   whithersoever   ibou   goest.—Joshua 1:1).
TWENTY   YEARS AGO
Kxiracts from Tbe Cranbrook
Herald of this date,  1003.
Considerable work h
ts   been   done
on tbo Evans brothers
nlnlng claims
nu  the si.  Mary's.    V;
lues  in gold,
silver and clipper aKgrcj
ate about $40
iu   one   case,   aud   on   I
nothor clnim
gold values alone are $
JO.
RIVALRY PITS NEW
AM.U: ON CASE
ll is unfortunate that when construction work of tbe "missing link"
of highway between Ihe Coast und the
Interior wus within measurable distance, Kamloops should take a notion
to throw a monkey wrench into the
cogs. The government was able to
shelve II for a number of years on
account of lhe divergent opinions as
to routes, ami It would seem that they
are lo he given further opportunity
for shelving. Hon. John Oliver stated the other day that-the question
would come up at the next session of
ibe legislature.
Mr
i. J. (.raluun. of Klko. is
I tlie hospital at present.
a pat
George Dlmor of Kimberley was
business visitor hero on Monday.
Mrs. T. W.  Untidy, of Erickson.  is
a patient nt the hospital just now.
Miss Drummond of Kimberley spent
Tuesday in the city in attendance
tbe wedding of Miss Clapp,
Mrs. (i. T. Moir left on Tuesday afternoon's train for a short visit a
Nolson with her daughter, Miss Ev
Molr.
Master Ben  Walkley Is nuiidng    u
nice recovery at  the hospital   follow
a  serious  operation.
Mr.  ami   Mrs
Cleoi'KC   (liimili   of
\iinli.rl. y. onil
Mm Harry Morrison
mere In Ilia olty
Monday,
Mr* II. Urar.
of Wasn, who Is at
iroBonl confined
to tlio liospilal hero,
s doing well,
A. It. flilker of Nelson, Rpenl
Saturday evening in lbe city en route
home by motor from Banff, whore he
has been holldayng for the past ten
days.
T. W. Blngay, controller f,*T the
Consolidated Mining mul Smelting
Co., of Canada Ltd. passed through
tho city on Tuesday evening en route
Kimberley from Taiianar.
The meetings or the Anglican W. A.
were resumed for lhe winter Ihis
week, tin1 first meeting heirm held on
Tuesday aflernooti at tbe Parish Hall,
P, Chapman, who has charge of the
construction work on the bin Sullivan
Mill at Kimberley, arrived hero on
Sunday from Trail, whore he has heen
iu his home, leaving by motor tho
samu evening for Kimberley.
Peter Mathesou bus prepared plans
for a new three stony hotel which he
will erect on Baker street if be can
secure the license.
The new firm of Manning &. Lacey
is opening for business as a general
-Inn
thi:
Bran ll
week.
(returned
family from an extended vi
former home in Quebec,
Hematite Iron has
Send Creek and is
peeted.
bee
i  located ou
being  pros-
diipi.ivs i:ak.nin(.s
Charlie Chaplin was paid $1,07,".,000
for appearing in eight movie film
bis is revealed ill a New York com
heating. And to a man who has t
count Ibe nickels und dimes, it would
Boem like tiie eighth wonder of tho
world. Pew brains can grasp how
much?!,07f>,000 really is. You'd have
to work 107") years on a salary of
$1,000 u year to nuike thnt much. Tbe
moral? It proves thai it pays to make
oilier people happy. A laugh provoker like Chaplin appears on this earth
aboul once every thousand years. The
saying about the clothes making (be
man is right, you reflect as you watch
Charlie. He is popular because In
pictures he does what most of us
would like lo do hut don't dare.—Kx-
oliange.
| KOOTENAY TRADING Go., ltd.
(OPPOSITE STAR
THE STORE OF—
Good Values & Fair Dealing
WINDOW SHADES — You need them now $1.25
MEN'S WORK GLOVES, with or without
(intuit lets       1.00
LADIES' SPORT HOSE, in three popular shades,
special iliiu week to Introduce  75c
aOLF HOSE POR CHILDREN     Turn down tops.
WE HAVE RECEIVED LARGE sill I'll EM'S OK MERCHANDISE THIS WEEK, AMI ARE NOW IN A
POSITION TO SUPPLY All. YOUR NEEDS
FOR Till: WINTER.
We Iflvfle .vtin tn call iinil inspect our Stock.      Our
prin's will raeel with your approval.
MOTTO — CAREPUI, AND PAINSTAKING SERVICE
"k
•MS^s^nHaHH!5i2*W       Wliut l« probably llio largest ram-1 the Hagon family is u girl, a baby a
BIBLE THOUGHT
—FOR TODAY—
ily In tho KoolenayB is tliat ol Mr.
ami Mrs. Matt Hagon, who mako tholr
few week*, old.   Besides being the nnr-
ents ot 11 healthy suns anil daughters,
the weather bulletin
Min. Mill
Sept. IS   I'l 52
?enc. 11   :'l SI
3ept. 16   "1 BS
Sept. lfi   35 6'.
Sept. 17   27 70
Sept. IS   82 73
Sept. Ill   411 73
Inline at Wynndel, neur Creston, Five Mr. and Mrs, Hngen also boast ot 12
boys ami nine girls, nil, with lhe ex- sturdy grandchildren, tho offspring
coiitloii ot a tnurried daughter also of their son, Paul, and his wife. The
living in Wynndel, make their homes Hagens ore successful small fruit
with their parents.   The youngest of farmers,
Edmonson's
Dance Orchestra
OPEN FOR ENGAGEMENT
"The Music With The Pep"
I'll ONE illlll
HON 528
NOW OPEN
Western Cafe and Rooms
VAN HORNE STREET Opposite C. P, R, Depot
Newly Consti'ucted Fireproof Building
FULLY  MODERN  AM)  NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS
—     FIRST CLASS CAKE IN CONNECTION     —
ONLY FIREPROOF HOTEL IN CRANBROOK
This Is
No Dress
Rehearsal!
MAKE YOUR MEALS MORE ATTRACTIVE
AND NOURISHING WITH
DALE'S New Health Bread
IT'S THE IDEAL DREAD EOR EVERY SPREAD
"-ne 5i   DALE'S Bakery*
IT'S THE
REAL THING!
He Ki>( a Suit of Clothes .Made
by ns aud is
TICKLED TO DEATH!
-H. C. LONG,
The Tailor
Vim Horne Street
Opposile C. P. It. Depot
I'linne III!     ::     I'linne 4111
*#
I'm A COOL DRINK try
The
Candy Box
A trial will convince you
llial a tastier, more refreshing drink is not procurable.
Our syrups are all home
made from pure fruit juices.
We have a hard time keep-
inn our candy it sells so fast.
PENNY GOODS
For    The    Children
V^
VICTORIA CAFE
COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL
Newly" Opened
Fine Food      Delicious Coffee
Pleasant Surroundings
Cleanliness : Absolute Kirity
Strictly Home Cooked Food
Satisfaction Guaranteed
.AMa-.UaVWmMAV.WAV.'a'UWWMM'aWVWlAAMiWMaW
MILK <&
HEALTH
The value of milk aa a conservator
of licnltii is proven every day. Whe
ther us a means of maintaining proper physical balance, or aa a maler-
ial with which to repair wanted tft-
Ftic and restore impaired vitality, milk
iH without a substitute.
Everything tn tlie food line points
In milk us the one unrivalled source
of nutrition. Milk is a fowl tlmt you
can depend nu as an absolutely site-,
rich, wholesome source of health
MODEL DAIRY
1\ E. AUSTIN, Propr.       t      Phone IH»
vvw>J•Jwvvvl^A•.vv»*.v.^v.^Wa^wfl^w*.WAWWAAWWrt'^*vwvv
feWJVJV.
—A cool and cheerful
place, where you are served with llio best Summer
nrlnUs.
SPECIAL POR
PRIDAY nml SATURDAY
HBADQtJAIVTHRS FOR
FINEST ERIIITS
HOME MADE CANDY
AND CHOCOLATES
RON CHOCOLATES
A SPECIALTY
PATRICIA
"Coollnu- Oft Statin**.**
THE ARROW STAGE LINE
IS NOW lllJNNIMl DAILY RETHEEN
Cranbrook and Fernie
Route:—Fori Steele, Hull River, Wardmtr nnd Elkn.
Leaving Cranbroolt: Leaving Pernie:
Crnnbrnnk lintel: 8 a.m. King Edward Hotel: 8 p.m.
Prices lo li'ernlo $5.00 nnd lo other points according to
distance
WILE HANDLE EXPRESS AND EIGHT FREIGHT
For Cranbrook, Phone Kootenay Oarage 147
Por Fernie, Phone Fernie Oarage, 158
Anybody Wishing to Go Fishing nr for a Picnic
..,. „.      Arrangement* Will Gladly Be Made Friday, Septembor 21st, 1028
THE   CRANBROOK   HERALD
PAGE   FIYR
KIMBERLEY and WYCLIFFE
INTERESTING ITEMS CONCERNING  HAPPENINGS IN ANI» ABOUT THE BUSY TOWN- ON THE NORTH BRANCH, WHERE  MINING, LUMBERING AND  FARMING INTERESTS ARE SUPREME
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I       KIMBERLEY
I     NEWS NOTES
On account ot tlie crowded condition of the public school il number of
children have been turned away.
Mm. 15. s. Shannon entertained
at a luncheon on Friday in honor of
Mrs. Seaton.   Covers wevo laid for teu,
For those School Shoes see A. Mel-
lor. lie carries the kind that hint   27-
Miu N. \V. Burdett ami family
speill tlie Wook-ond iu Kiiulierley.
Mrs, Murtlctt and Master Norman will
remain.
Mr. and Mra. PotltllS Jolinaoil Mc-
Dougal HulKhtH, accompanied by their
childreii and Mr. (<us Nefllon arrived
homi rfn Friday ovening from a motor
trip to the coast
Club Cafe, Cranbrook, commodious,
i'lean, comfortable, l&tf
lam week-end Kimberley was very
gay, having a carnival In town. By all
appearances tbo show people did a
very good bustnoss here and took
away a good many bard earned dol-
* Inrs, however they left numerous very
gorgeous kewple dolls, lamps, etc.
Several hunting parties were out on
Sctuvday ond Sunday. All were enthusiastic and almost nil brought in
goad bags.
A. 'P. Hall, who, for over a year has
her. connected with the Bank of Montreal here, has been transferred to tlie
coast. Mr. Hall was well known and
liked In tho community and leaves
behind a great number of friends who
unite in wishing him every success in
Ills new work. Mr. Edmonds, of Vancouver is taking Mr. Hall's place. In
tho bank.
On Tuesday evening several of Mrs.
Seaton's friends held a surprise party
In her honor. During the evening
they presented her with a beautiful
pearl necklace.
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When You Think of Insurance
— Call Up —
BEALE & ELWELL
Phone ill      ::      Cranbrook
Sole Agents for Kimberley Townslte.
Dimor's Cafe
K I Iff U K It L E Y
— Opeu Day and Night —
You will Enjoy your Mesls it
this C«fe
Our Service ll Prompt aud we
always try to pleas*.
ICE CREAM  -  SOFT  BRINKS
Light Refreshments
Mr. Torney, of Spokane Is visiting
his daughter, Mrs. Woody of Sullivan
Hill.
Mrs.  Lepard and family  returned
home  ou   Sunday  after spending  a
short holiday in Calgary.
Ooorge McMahon returned to Spokane on Friday to continue his
studies, t
Before deciding ou lhat new building or that repair work*, se« Oeo, ll.
[ieaKk, the Pioneer Builder of Kim
hurley and Cranbrook. IStf
Fred Willis nnd tleoigo Dahlgtsm
left on Sunday to motor to Banff,
where thoy will spend a two weeks'
holiday.
Mr. Hall left on Thursday to motor to tho coast with Mr. Condon of
the provincial police
Mrs. W. Lindsay en tor tallied a number of Cranbrook friends on Thursday
evening in honor of Miss Mamie Mac-
key whose marriage took place on
Tuesday.
Anyone considering taking life Insurance should consult Martin Bros.,
Cranbrook. They are District Agents
for Canada's largest life company, and
have sperlnlifted in that business for
fifteen ye.i.'s. lr.tf
Mrs. E. V. IVraki*. Miss Brake and
Mrs. Armstrong of Nolson, and Mr.
and Mrs. Ban Burton and Miss Ohal-
mtch of Cranbrook, were g.tests nt
Mrs. C. A. Foote on Monday.
Time yet to wear Canvas Shoos.
Wd are offering some special brtrgnins
in these.    A. Mellor. 271 f
Mr. Finch ot the Sun Life insurance
company returned lar; week from a
visit to Medicine Hat.
On Friday evening Mr. C. A. Seaton
was the guest of honor at a stag party given by a number ot bi<i co-workers at the home of N. W. Burdett.
Dr. L. G. Rice, dentist , will be at
the JfoTth Star Hotel, Kimberley, from
September 13th to 1'tith. 28-29
Doctor und Mrs. Hannington left
on Tuesday evening for St. Mary's
lake, where they expect to spend a
couplo of weeks. Dr. Vanetter of
Vancouver is relieving Dr. Hamilng-
ton.
In spite of the chilly atmosphere ou
Sunday a number of people spent the
day at Matthew Creek.
I'll meet you at tbe Club Cafe, Cranbrook. lott
Much curiosity was aroused on
Tuesday evening by the appearance of
iwo strange men ln town. One, rather
undersized, with dark, well groomed
hair, was dressed in gray trousers and
close fitting dark coat. The other
was much taller, with dark hair, clean
Shaven face, and wore white trousers
and dark coat, both walked with a
swagger and were seen smoking. Information regarding the two Is being
sought nnd will lie gladly received by
thu public.
Knickers that are just the thing for
tiie boy lo wear to1 school ure being
offered at. reasonable prices at A.
Mollor's, 27tf
LAW SUIX STARTS OVER
EXTENSION OF FAMOUS
<joi.ii mini: CLAIMS
Aii Interesting law suit over the I
Premier mine is to be heard soon In
Vancouver, New York interests claim
thut the Premier Extension group, ■
purchased some time ago by tlie.
Premier Gold Mining Company from
Captain Fader ol New Westminster,
rightfully belongs to them, in that
they furnished the money to Captain
Fader with which he purchased the
property In the first place.
Tho New York capitalists also
allege, that when the property was
sold by Billy Harris, former superintendent of the Premier mine, to Br,
Shewan, of South Vancouver, the
deeds were made out. In the name of
Captain Fader. The price paid In
this transaction was |3K,O00. The
plaintiffs are demanding the return
of the property from the Premier
Gold Mining Company.
0. M. Loaeny left on Sunday for
Edmonton, Alberta, to attend a R. N.
\V. M. P. Veterans' annual convention,
which opens ln that city on the 11th,
(and will also visit Calgary aud Cranbrook before returning. He will he
away at least a week.—Creston Review.
FOR Sri'KKIOR
Dry Clraniiiir Pressing
Kepslrinir .« Laundry Work
M. F.LUELLEN
Box 9. : KIMBERLEY .
We call for nnd deliver goods
Sattstartiou  lliiaranteed
ORE SHIPMENTS
RECEIVED AT
TRAII, SHELTER
Followlug Ib a F'ntenient ot ors received at tile Trail Smelter for the
period Sept. 1st to Till Inclusive.
Name ot Mine Locality Tons
Alamo Mill, Alamo, II.C. (nine) .. 45
(lead ..    49
Bell, Beaverdell, D. C 44
Knoli Hill. Republic, Wash  63
I.one Pine Surprise, Republic, Wll.162
Qnllp, Republic Wash  151
Silversmith. Sandon, R.C. (lead) .. 93
(zinc) .. 48
Company  Mines       2319
Whitewater, Retullack. B.C. (leadi 42
(Zlne)  30
Total
31)4(1
WWfVWW
Morrison & Burke
Dealer* in (Hal nnd Wood
TRANSFER WORK IMIXi:
Tell your wives and letl your
a*.*.*.*.
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WHITE LUNCH
,    NOW OPEN
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A LA CARTE SERVICE    .
•   •   •
II MIKE  WASYMfK - Prop, j
• WEDDING *
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ANUOVE.DnVKK
(From tho Vernon News)
Wedding bells were ringing last
Wednesday evening when a very
pretty wedding wan solemnized in tiie
UtkeBlde Methodist Church, Sept 5,
when Miss Daisy Dewer, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. P. \V. Dewer, ol Seattle,,
became the bride of Mr. William T.
Angove of Hummer land. Tho arch
and decorations of the church were
very artistically arranged and wiih
highly appreciated by the large number of friends who gathered lo wit-
]iesn the ceremony.
Iir,  F. w. Andrew gave the bride
away.      The    bridesmaid     was    Miss
Ketelieson, matron of the Summer-
land hospital ami Mr. Donald Ross
supported tlie groom. It*.v. T. .1.
Armitage performed the ceremony.
A reception was beid ut the homo
or Dr. and Mrs, Andrew, after which
the bridal party motored lo Penticton
where they boarded the S lea mo us en
route for Revelstoke, Arrow [.likes to
Kimberley, wliere Ihey intend in reside.
MeKI\NON.i;U\VII,U;
Saturday morning at Marysvllle,
the marriage of Mr. Richard John
McKinnon, of Kimberley, and Miss
Emily May Olauvllle, daughter of Mr,
and Mrs. Philip Olauvllle, whs solemnized by Rev. It. C. Freeman of the
Cranbrook Methodist church, IMrs.
Ethel Skead attended, the bride while
Mr. Dick Glanvillo supported the
groom. After the ceremony tbe party
sat down to a tempting wedding
breakfast. The happy couple will reside at Kimberley where Mr. McKinnon
holds a position with the Consolidated
company
TIRES-TUBES-TIRES
30 x 3 1*2 Tires  -  $10.00 each
We Bell all Lead lug Makes of TireB and Tubes.
We Repair any size of Tire, Cord or Fabric.
There U no .lob loo I.nrge, ami no Job loo Small.
6A&0MNB        - Oil.        -        ACCESSORIES
Wilson's Vulcanizing Works
OPPOSITE LIQUOR STORE CRANBROOK, B.O.
MINERAL ACT
{Form F)
Certificate of Improve men U
NOTICE
ANOTHER ItONSLAM)
MINI: COKES IN WITH
HIGH GRAVE ORE
- According to the Rosslaud Miner,
tho tioldeu Drip, at Rossland, being
developed under direction ot M. IS.
ParcelI, formerly general manager or
Rdesland mines for Consolidated, and
which adjoins the LX.U, recent shipper of the highest grade ore ever
Shipped from the interior of Hritish
Columbia, last week made a trial shipment of gold quartz to tho Trail
smelter. The property is owned by
Mrs. A. 1. McKinnon. of Lincoln. Nebraska, formerly well known in the
West Kootenay as Miss Mattle Dor-
Hiitzer, member of a pioneer family.
Mrs. McKinnon visited tho mine lust
summer ami expects to return for a
brief stay this year.
The old I. X. L. free gold mine,
which has been giving up fabulous
wealth to eight Rossland miners, who
have had tlie mine under lease for
the past two years, surprised even the
most optimistic of those In teres toil iu
the mine when tlie returns from ihe
Kellogg smelter of the last shipment
made became known.
It is stated by those who should
know that the lessees share amounted
to over $36,000 and this from several
truck loads of what (lie lessees class
as ordinary ore, und a few sacks of
rich ore, the latter of which made lb-
journey by auto Intel, to tlie Great
Northern Railway al Columbia Gar-
dens, and by express to the smelter,
so valuable wits the contents.
The I.X.L. is still in good o"'e and
it is believed by many mining men
familiar with tills clasi of min In ■
will continue, and that the continuous vein never before encountered,
has at last heen uncover' tl.
Bruce Robinson
Teacher ot Music
Studio: Baker St., Cranbrook i*i">" •»'
ROBINSONS QRGHESTRADANGES ARflANGEQ FOR
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Cauda Limited
OFFICES, SMELTING AND REFINING DEPAHT1IENT
TBAIL,   BBITISH   COLUMli
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
FarehMenof Sold, Sllrer, Copper, Lead k Zinc Orel
Prodaeen of Sold, 8ll-er, Copper, Pijr Lead aad Zinc
"TADANAC" BRAND
"Lance Jack." "Brass Hat," "Boom,"
"Bus," Blighty," "Red Tape," "Staff,"
"Bum," "Observer," "Pilot," "Dud Fr,"
"Tar," "Pop," "ijorry," "Douve,"
"Oayuu Fr.," "Ack Ack," "Ace,"
"Parachute," "Yap," "Tanlac," "San,'
"I'errlun," "Blimp," "Spad," "Park,'
"Too Much," "Rllz Fr.," "Oil,"
Fr.," "Petit,"
MINERAL CLAIMS
Bltuutc In tho FORT STEELE Mining
Division of Kootenay District;
Where locatod — On the Sullivan
Hill, near Kimberley, B.C.
TAKE NOTICE that The Coneoll-
dated Mining & Smelting Company,
ot Canada, Limited, Free Miner's Certificate No. 75800-C, Intend, sixty dayi
from the date hereof, to apply to the
Mining Recorder tor a Certificate of
Improvements, for the purpose of-eb-
tulnlng n Crown Grant of the abort
claim.
And further take notice that action,
under section 86, must be commenced
before the iasuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 23rd day of August,
A. D. 1923,
THE CONSOLIDATED MINING
AND SMELTINO CO., OF
CANADA, LIMITED.
Per B. O. Montgomery, Agent
In tho Issue or last woek our cor
resondent was apparently ln error
hi announcing the marriage of Mr
Dick McKinnon and Mta May Olauvllle as having laken nl e a Wednesday. The happy eveni did nn
take place till Saturday, wl a Hi-
nuptial knot was tied by luv. B. C,
Freeman of Crauhrook •(! (!. honu
of the bride at Marysvllle,
Bo'bI THE WEATHrlll IH'LLE'I l>
Official Thermometer .{railing*
At Cranbrook
Mln Max.
Sept. 6   M 7'l
Sept. 7   3C st
Sept. 8   40 M
Sept. 9      t4 75
Sept. 10     33 72
Sept. 11      30 74
Sept. 12      30 77
Mrs. E. M. Conklln of New York City, who was a putient rt the hospital
for a time, was able to lenvo the Institution on Saturday, much Improved.
Here and TK
ere
Panama    canal    tolls   for   April
amounted to $l,S78,llo7.
About 52,30(1,00(1 is to be spent on
the construction of roads and bridges
in the province of British Columbia
tbis year,1
The Customs and Excise revenue
for April amounted lo $20,500,000,
an increase of $5,000,000 over tho
receipts of April of last year.
Emigrant* numbering 13,000 left i
Scotland for Canada during the first '
four months of the year, according
to consular estimates' in Glasgow.
Canadian   flour  has  at last   been
placed on the Panama market.   One |
boat has just loaded  the first consignment of nny size, 1,000 barrels
being (alien.
SeVcnty-flvn per cent.
Of thi'   rop-
+
per proi, cecl In Cm ada
ii 11)22 .van
+
the   output   uf   Britisl
<\) U: .liia
*
*
mim i. The Cana r..:i pr
ductlon for
the year was 48,321,402
pounds, uf
*
which Britiflh   ColumMi
accounted
j
for 82,-Vj2,"21   pound.*,
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j THE I
j   Otis Staples Lumber Co.,  1
I Limited |
I Manufacturers all Kinds of Lumber t
Pint, Fir, and Larch
SI.All WOOD
SPECIAL ATTENTION LOCAL ORDERS
HIGH CLASS MILL WORK
Enquiries Promptly l>enlt With
MILL OFFICE & YARD
Wycliffe, B.C.
The   f T.*fl   '').;,(...,.,   FVoMonae
husky dog team, remembered hy
visitors during iasl winter's sports
season, is being perpetuated. One
of the dogs has jusi given birth to
three pups, and if the youngsters
turn out to be like their parents the
Chateau Frontenac team is likely to
continue winning dog dorbys,
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Fishing licenses in the Maritime
Provinces have been reduced. Tha
special fishery regulations for Nova
Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince
Edward Island nave heen amended
to provide that in many instances
where thu license has been more
than a dollnr v. will now he one
dollar.
*. WYCLIFFE NOTES '.
•  ••••••••••
The feller thai promised to shool
up the town lit tin* way o( publicity
has fallen down on the Job: naturally
we're peeved, ami likewise through
wiih oftlclency experts from now ou.
Nn limit will he set to the help
to be offered to new settlers in the
agricultural sections of the province
of Quebec, according to Premier
Tnschercnu. The latest government
provision is tu pay colonists at the
rale of $4.00 per acre for land
cleared on their colonization lots
since l!ii>0. $7,000,0ll0 have been
voted for provincial colonization.
The decision of lhe Canadian Pacific Railway Compan* to scrap
agreements of sale with 30,000 Canadian farmers in the west and enter
Into new contracts with them, extending over 34 years on an amortization basis, will affect agreements of a value of approximately
$100,000,000, and relieve many farmers of heavy, pressing debts.
The new motor ferry operated between Victoria, B.C., and Belling-
ham, Wash., develops a speed of 14
knots ;n adverse weather. This
motor driven vessel, recently launched, is the first of its class to he
used in this service and the first
In be added to the Canadian Pacific
fleet. It has a capacity for 50 automobiles.
S, Q, Clark ami son Thomas have
returned from Portland, sieve is now
listening to one huudred different versions of the U-! hall gome, and receiving Bcathlng remarks v.it!i the
usual'dlgnlfied calm.
The lust nf the harvesting machinery was unloaded Friday; Mi- same
being a thirty horsepower farm true-1
tor consigned to Harry St.-veil-, and
a new separator for the Poster^anch.
Willi tho arrival of those necessary
machines harvesting has begun in
earnest.
Mr. Harry McCoubrey, former superintendent, paid the town another one
of his occasional flying visits last
week.
A New York woman i~ suing for a
divorce on the grounds of not liking
her husband's cooking. No doubt the
poor thing will set it and th idge
will reprimand the brute of a husband
severely.
Local duck hunters crept forth in
the eold hours of Saturday morning
to the various lake;, and sIoukIis with
fairly co.*d results In tbo lino of sport
However, there is a clause in the game
a t that should bo observed more
i!i>~.ly by some sportsmen if they
wish to Ih- siill known as suih, and
the repretlable fact is that it Is being
violated more every year. Tha clause
referred to states "thai it is unlawful to shoot game birds between one
hour after sunset and ono hour beforo
Miurise." The tde-i is simple, the well
known phrase "don't he u game hog"
fits it to perfection.
TO COM3USNCB WOHK
ON NK1V HOTEL TO BE
BUILT AT  KIMHKHI.EY
Messrs Sauisbtiry & Ryan, contractors, of Cranbrook. who have the eon-
tract for the erection of the new hotel at Kimberley for J, Dimor, expect
to commence work very shortly. It
will be a building twenty-five feet
by seventy feel or thereabouts,, with
a full cement basement, and the upstairs will contain aiKMit a dozen or
ro rooms, with bath, nnd full plumbing.
It is also stated that a number of
bouses are to be built ut the concentrator site at Kimberley by the company this fall for some of Its staff.
"Let tbo shoemaker stick to his last.
lest be lose hi* 'awl.' " said he. not
1 meaning a  word  of  it.  and  all  that
sort o* gag.
Abraham Martin, first Scotch set-
tier in Canada, first King's Pilot on
the St Lawrence and first farmer on '
the Plains of Abraham, which were
named after him. has been honored
by the Canadian Pacific Steamships,
Ltd,, at Quebec by the erection of  i i
granite shaft, Hon. Athanase David,
Provincial Treasurer of Quebec, offi-  .
ciated nt the unveiling ceremony r*s- j
cently.
Two thousand Canadian Red Men
nre expected to oarticipate in the
Calgary stampede and to mova r,n
lo Banff for their celebrations and
pow-wow on the Indian Days. July
16th and 17th. during which tlie
citizpns of Banff will art as hosts.
Pony racing, wrestling on horseback, shooting with the bow and
arrow, tent-pttcMng nnd ramp miking contests an anion;; the features,
Mr. J, Cnntnrutii arrive I from Italy
this week with h - futility; Jimmle is
an old timer in Wycll i'e and seems
glad to be bock i [alii iu Canada.
Coming
A SCENE FROM "THE FORGOTTEN LAW*
the Star Theatre on Monday ond Tuesday of next week. PAGE SIX
Till:  CltAMIICOOK   III HA in
Friday, September 21st, 19S8
When using a
WILSON'S   x
FLY PADS;
,   RE Ad,  DlpE'CTfgNS;,,.
^»:       rArfEFOLlY'ANtf
—    .^)  exactlyv
Best of all Fly Killers 10c
per Packet at all Druggists,
Grocers and General Stores
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l      WINDERMERE
f    DISTRICT NOTES il
J+^.+.t..[..;.+^.++++.i..l.++++4H-H.+++
(Special to the Herald)
lnvermere, B.C., Sept. is. — The
Earl and Countess ot Strafford, who
togethor with their two dnughiers the
Ladies Byng have been visiting Mr.
u. Raudolph Bruce hi his home, Pyne-
logs Hull, leii yestorday en route lor
California. From thero they will return in Ottawa nn ;i prolonged visit
io their excellencies al  Government
House.
LIVE STOCK
Good Winter Pasture
Hay If Required
(i. C. II. Coleman, Windermere I'.n.
Fuji Tea Rooms
Next Futa Grocery
GOOD  HEALS—Too  nr  Coffee
m* ICE CREAM
COLD SOFT DRINKS
PKKSH BUTTERMILK
SPUING CHICKEN
T. FUJIYAMA
Hon
ploa
"I'l'i
■ci'iii gifts lu die hospital linve
quite numerous, emougsl Utoac
Ivecl being vogelablea nnd toili
lames William Vjrelr, Basil t!
lltoti,   Christian   Troycr,   J.   C
.. Josenli lloatu, Walter .1 s. P
Atkinson, Q. Brlckson, Josept
:■. t'lnisi ciiiinli. from Harvest
[vol, trhllo Mrs, .1 ■ l'. PIUS 'loll oysters, Miss Gibbon o[ Moi
] guvs groutopSione records, It.
lolph Druco, .in riowors; w: K
Icy, ii gooseiMw Non i M Mar-
two duck il Mrs. A. tt Lnlrd
in.    Those  Kills  ivero nil  inttcl
Hiss   Mnclntj
years betoro Hi
charge o( tho
bus been pnyln
I'm- i bf ]msi we(
The c.l'K.   I'
was closod for
successful sosisii
o   for sevi
vaa mnlron in
hospital In
lislriil   ii   visit
alow   cump    here
year attor ;i mosl
.Mr. i'. Mucins Burboau, or the Roy
il   Victoria   Miiki'i    Ottawa,   nvl<
irii:r.r::r;:.j.    	
Lee Ging
Tailoring, .Dry Cleaning,
l'nssiiii:  Iti'p.iinm:
II We also ('Iran While Purs and
I Gloves of All Kinds. High Class
Work at Lowest Prices.
!jll  Armstrong Ave., Cmnbrook,
— i\ o. llox m —
I- i: A if N   T 0   V. \ It N
Individ mt] TuJtiun
CoiiuiioilCO Any Tim*1
Ihiy und Mirlil Classes
Coinnlote, Practlcpl Commercial
Course in Shorthand, Typewriting     BooltkeeRing,     Spelling,
Commercial   English,   Commercial   Law,  Penmanship,   Rapid
Calculation, Piling and General
Office Procodiire.
Por Particulars:
Apply I'd. Box li. Nelson, B.C.
ti from Banff on his bicycle coming
over the Banft-Wludermore highway. He ts possibly the first person
io have accomplished tlio Journey in
Mils manner which speaks well for
endurance and the character of tlio
smiles nl' i he road which crosses two
ranges of mountains. Mr. Barbeau
has recently hud published by tho
MacMlllan Co., oi' Toronto, a hook on
tho Stoney and Kootenay Indians, entitled "Indian H:iys." It is in connection with this and a further study
til' tlie ethnology id' these Indians
iiiitt Mr. Barbonn is mnklng his nrcs-
enl trip. Me lefl por train I'm- ihe
southern part ol' East Kootenay.
The I'irsl of the mOOtlngB of tlie
People's Forum fur this senBon will
convene on the ovoniug nf Saturday,
the 2Blh, when Rev. E. <: Thatcher,
M.A., nf SpHlimacheen will give an
address on ono ot the greatest Italian
patriots.    Mr. Thatcher will eonducl
service,   here   uu   the   30th   in   OlirlSt
church.
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WASA NOTES
Tha Corporation of the City
of Cranbrook
TAX SALE
SHHHBHHHHBMBHIBHKABM3l^HMMB2)l!flHBBDHHB^HM
September 29th
11IJ3, AT TUX A.M.
PAY YOUII DELINQUENT TAXES 11EFOUE THE
ABOVE DATE, AND SAV:o YOUR PROPERTY
A LIST OP PROPERTIES WHICH WILL   DE   OFFERED FOR SALE    CAN   IHO SEEN AT TIIE OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK.
THK LAST HAV FOR RE DEEMING PROPERTIES
SOLI) AT THK.11)22 TAX
SALE, IS SEPTEMBER 21), .11123,
28-31 *
t.a ia
... '      BHIIMBM
Is It
Worth While
KEEPING TIMBER 101! II. C. INDUSTRIES!
KEEPING ALIVE l PROSPEROUS PAYROLL!
KEEPING FUR AND FEATHER IN 11. C.l
KEEPING TIMBER POR MANUFACTURE!
KEEPING A GREEN FOREST FOR POSTERITY!
Then—
Prevent Forest Fires
IT PAYS
• ••••••••••
Mr. deorge Znook, chef al the l,ov-
ering mill hoarding house is at the
presenl time contemplating a trip to
SpokatlO   where   he   has   spenl   sum
time before coming here.
Julius, better known aa "Buckskin
sawl'iler and general utility man al
tho Lovering mill, hails from Penu
sylvaniu and has followed mill work
from his boyhood and knows his business from lop to bottom,
Mr. Al ixiyle of Fori Steele passed
through Wasa eu route to his ranch
ai Wolf Creok this week.
Malcolm Horie, superintendent for
the Kootenay River l.br. Co., was i
business Visitor to Was;; on Monday.
Johnnie Crowe was at homo in
Wasn ou Sunday. Mo is pulling up hay
for Air. Doyle on Wolf Crook.
Robert    Mcliean,   formerly   fn   the
employ of  Mr.   Pete  Mathoson,  hu
gone to work fur Mr. Doyle as haymaker,
Joo Bailey, for some time employed
at the mill of ihe Lovering Lumber
Company! left for Vancouver und other
const, points on Monday.
Messrs. Stowurl and Peter Joffrcy,
Fletcher McDonald, Ted Crowe and
Mr. Shaw Jr. huve returned from
Fairmont Hoi springs where thoy
pent a few days iu recuperation.
Jack McDonald, ex-coolt and lumberjack has enlisted his services us
ono of the sluff of river boom men
tor tlio Ijovertng Lbr. Co.
JDave Coffey is delivering Ihe goods
on tbo "roll off wagon" al the Lover
ing mill.
Peter and Stewart Jeffrey have
joined forces with the staff at tin:
Lovering mill.
The hunting Reason al Wasa opened in due form. Al daybreak a I'usll-
ade of shots could be heard al ll
upper end of Bummers Flats and ni
tlio lake south of tho town and nn
doubt, the sportsmen were rewarded
as u gre'Jt many ducks were in i
deuce before the season had opened
long.
The sawing of lumber al tho plant
of tho Lovering Lumber Co., is about
completed. Some 25.000 pieces remain
in the woods to lie hauled, which may
be left over till winter when they
bo hauled in on sleighs, however It is
expected that another season's cut i
available.
Billy Floyd spenl lhe week-end ut
his home in Wasa.
Peter Mutlieson completed his hay
cutting for the season on Monday and
will have some !">u tons to carry him
over the winter.
itepreseutalives of the Xash motor
works who are making a circle tour
of the northwest wore Visitors ni
Wasa en route from Banff. They were
proceeding to Cranbrook and thence
lo Vancouver nnd south Pacific coast
points on Iheir return to Illinois.
Messrs. T. Leask and T. Boyler were
callers at Wasa en route from Crnnbrook on Thursday.
Ted Crowe Is now on the staff al
iho Lovering mill.
Peler Mathesou is sulTerlng a slighi
breakdown os a result of overdoing
himself during tlie hot days of the
past summer.
Mr. James Wallace, an elderly man
who has for some tlmo been employed
as a piler iu tlio mill yard was seized
on Saturday morning witli a spell of
fainiing whie piling umber. After
some time he regained consciousness
although his mlml wns slill nt a loss
to recall his name or wliere lie hailed
from. Ho was taken into Crnnbrook
whore medical attention could ho had.
Mr. Arthur Curley has taken n position as boom assistant for the Levering people. Ho was recently In the
omploy of Mr. Harry Barr at his
ranch.
SOILS FOR SALK" SHOWS
lm i; luiniNii tin; scenes
IN MAKING TIM: MOVIES
Kuprrl   lliiirlifs  Says   Mosl   of
Incidents Used in Xeiv I'lioto
I'liiy Taken From Itenl Life
Rupert    Hughes'    new    photoplay,
"Souls For Salo" which he picturized
from his own novel of movie llfo lu
llollywodl for tjQ.dAVyn is tho "Show
Shop" of filnidom.    What .lames Forbes'   play   did   for      the   slage,  Mv.
Hughes'  "Souls  For  Sale"  does  for
lotion  pictures.    This film has been
coked for tho Star Theatre, and will
pen   thero on   Friday,  Sept,   28,   for
two days.
Mr. Hughes is responsible for tho
latement  that  mosl  or lhe  Incidents
which he pictures in his novel and lui
lie screen version of ii are taken from'
happenings which ho has seen at the
studio and on location
"A lot of tbo Incidents in ihis picture really have happened either to
my company or that of oiher dlroc*
tors," say:; Mr. Hughe . "For Instance
lake tlie accident with lhe wind pro-
pallor which happens In this story:
Thai really happened lo Patsy Ruth
Miller in "Remembrance," when night
scenes were boiug taken al 4..I0 In
tlie   morning},   when   everybody   waa
VOUNG AGJUCULTimiSl1
TltOM IU'. NAM 111) I'Olt
i:vsii:itN sriioi.Aitsiiii1
ll.C.   Nominee  for  Muellonalil;
Award Is Native of New
Westminster
Cecil Alexander Lamb, B.s..\„ nl
presenl engaged in forming and experimental horticulture In the Clover-
dale   district,   line   he selected   as
British Columbia nominee for a post
gradual e scholarship in Scientific
Agriculture, valued ai $500,00 and
li.nal.lo    al    Macdonald College,    Ste.
doad lirod and shivering with cold, I Anno de Bollevuo, Quo. This scholar-
ami somebody had moved tho wind'ship |a one of ten donated by W, C,
machine slightly, so thai Miss Miller! Macdonald. Ueg'd.. Inc., tobacco
wus within two feol of being struck manufacturer! ot Montreal, who are
by the thing, which would inevitably carrying <>" the work instituted by
havo killed her had sic- tnkoil two their fou.ider, tlie hue Sir William
steps mdre in the dark.
".My characters do nol represent
any certain persons; but I have been
around tho stage all my life, and
ticese are composite types. I havo
known al! classes of men—soldiers,
writers, lawyers, storekeepers—and 1
think thai, for real nobility the actor
he.it s I hem all, 1 have my screen
vampire, Barbara La Marr. tbo kindest hearted character lu my play, and
on tho other hand, Mae Buscb, who
pluyn the sweet little ingenue all tlie
time in my slory. finds il necessary
io find at night an outlet for natural
suppressed emotions by being a Mule
bit catty.
"Lew Cody is the only really wicked
person In the story—and he isn't a;
pictnro actor fn this tale! You'll find]
all my characters pretty human, I
think, and I havo casl ihem all as
nearly as possible true to experience, j
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Eleanor  Board man's  picture  expert-
once  in  my  story  is pretty  true toior Oloverdnle, B.C.. tho nominee fr
actual   happenings   In  her own   life.!"*'-  Cor nn agricultural  scholarship Inrned  to  his   nn
Vou see I picked her out of an extra
group being used in another picture
to play a bit in one of my own pictures. She rapidly went ahead until
she Is the Ingenue had iu Ihis story
of mine.
"1 want to tell you soniellilng—
thrn-e Isn'l a girl In tbo picture business who Is more kind lo all the extra
girls than Barbara I«i Marr. yet on
iho screen she is constantly a home
wrecker, a triploOC hirer of men and
at  Macdonald College, Quebec.
extending over a two year period.
!    Following graduation Mr, Lamb reform   in   lhe
Cloverdalo district   where he carried
i    on practical work as well as experl-
Maedonald. uu behalf of scientificIme,,tal worh on Peat 8o(l um,er tho
and technical education. During Wi direction <" the t'ulversiiy of British,
lifetime Sir William made numerous!00 ':n '■'' '" I ' :"1, "; l- '"-:»;■
bequests, totalling many millions of
dollars, for scientific   and   technical
Mr. 1 amb is a member of the Canadian Society of Technical Agrlcultu-I
educational work. Among the outstanding contributions most nearly
concerning agricultural studies were
the princely benefactions which established Macdonald Hall in connec-
Iligh-power vampire. Thai's the son j lion with tbe Ontario Agricultural
of girl she Is in my story. Collogt   nl Quelpb, and which estab-
 ^________^   llsbod,  buill    and    maintain  what  is
— ■■     i ■■   ■  universally conceded to he one of lhe
foremost agricultural institutes In
existence, Macdonnjd College at Ste
Mine dc Bollevue,
Mr. lamb, who has been chosen as
British Columbia's r presi motive in
ho pis' graduate course at Mnedootid College. i*t in his twenty-fourth
.'c ::■ ond a native of New Westminster,
B.C. In 1908 his family moved to a
'arm In the Cloverdalo district, where
lis early agricultural training began
Ho attended the John Kol ion public
school and the Duke of Connaughi
high school at New Westminster,
matriculating In June, 1017. In tbe
fall of that year he entered the University of British Columbia, faculty
of Agriculture, from which he was
graduated In May 1921, with the de-
greo of B.S.A. which he attained with I
first class honors. In his college
years be specialized in Agronomy,
wliich has lo do with brilliant studies
which brought to him lhe scholarships
In agriculture offered for first and
second year students; and his degree
was won by a thesis In-preparation
for  which  he conducted  experiments
"I keep six hones! nerving men
(They taught mo all I knew);
Their names are What, and Why,
und When,
And How, and Wl.oro, and Who."
—KlpUnc
HAVE! YOUR
NOTICE
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has authorized Allan ll. iieWoir
to handle ills practice during hi*
present absence from lhe city.
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Guest
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Waite
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Sharp ItOtorl
"Waltor,  ibis tUeak   is  llln
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resolve up in his slate:
"Resetved, That wo build a new
Jnlt;
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.lull onl of ihe material which the old
Jail is composed of; end
"Hosolved,* That   wo will nol   tear
down lhe old jail till the new jail Is
Oil, That's Different
Mrs. Dlbbs—"Every time I raise
my hand my husband gives mo an
awful beating."
Mrs. Diibhs—"Heavens I Why don't
you call the police?"
Mrs. Dlbbs—"Why? Whnt do tboy
know about bridge?"
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LIST OE PRIZE WINNERS
AT WINDERMERE
DISTRICT FALL FAIR
MONUMENTS
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Musical Director
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Preparation  for lfUltOftl Riniu-
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Hume 114
Geo. R. Leask
noMfii nrn.iiKK
AHD   CONTRACTOR
Cabinet Work.   I'Id ure Framing
Estimates given on
all classes of work
Office: Corner Norbury Avenue
nnd Kdwnrdx Street
Mows Michael,    Brood mare;  Moses
Michael, Foal 1023; Louis Oopllo, Moses Michael.   Saddle horse and rider
Louis Capllo, Btigona Joseph.
Cattle: Cow, any age; Louis Capilo,
Rosie Ktnbaskot. Steer: Eugene Jo-
soph, Louis Capllo. Cult', born 1923;
Rosie Klubasket. Louis Capilo,
Contests open to Children under 16
only: Calf born 1923; W~. ti. Wain-
ffright, Jr., Helen Young, Phyllis
Young. Section B. Poultry: In this
section there wero 5b' entries; $73.50
waa offered iu prises and $54.00 ln
prizes won. Plymouth Hock: Cockerel; A. li. Smith, nr Edgewator, Winnlfred Ilillier. Hen; Madeline A.
Tumor, A. li, Smith, Pullet; A. B,
Smith, Winnlfred ilillier.
Whllo Wyandotte: Cock; A. B,
Smith. K, Mtiry Tumor. Cockerel:
Keith S, Edgoll, 1st and Und.    Hon;
10. Mary Turner, A- It. Smith. Pullet;
Keith S. Edgoll, IhI and 2nd.
Itliodo l.'i.iinl Red: Cock; Mrs, Joseph Luke. Cockerolj Mrs, Joseph
Luko. Hen; E. E. Tuunaellffe, who
also won tho special prize giveu by
Iho Crntlbrodk Courier of one year's
subscription to its weekly paper.
Pullet; E. E. Tumtaeliffe.
White Leghorn; Cockerel; James
\V. Morland, Madeline A. Tnrnor. Pullet; Madeline A. Tumor, James W
Morland. Any other breed or variety: Hen; E, E. Tunnacliffe, 1st and
*2nd. Pen: any breed;E. Mary Turner, A. B. Smith. Cockerel and four
pullets, pen of any breed; A. li. Smith,
Keith S. Kdgeli. Best Female Bird In
Show; E. E. Tuunaellffe, E. Mary
Turner.
Ducks: Rouen; Winnlfred Ilillier.
Pekln; R. Randolph Bruce.
Geese: Mrs. Joseph Lake, Helen
Young.
Section   C—Grains   and   Grasses.
There were 33 entries, $45.00 was
offered in prizes, $34.00 won.
Ten pounds of Oats: Joseph Lake.
Ten pounds of Wheat: James W. Morland, Joseph Lake. Ten pounds of
Barley: James Morland. Sheaf of
Alfalfa, cured for hay; H. H. Peters,
A. J. T. Walker. Sheaf of Red CIo-
vor, cured for hay; Jamea W. Morland. Sheaf of Timothy, cured for
hay; John Hurst, 1st anil 2nd. Sheaf
of Alslke, cured for hay, John Hurst
1st and 2nd. Sheaf of Oats; H. H.
Peters, Joseph Lake. Sheaf of Wheat;
Keith S. Edgell, James W. Morland.
Sheaf of Alfalfa .for seed; N. M. Marplot, H. H. Peters. Sheaf of Clover.
for seed; James \V. Morland, H, H.
Peters. Sheaf of Sunflowers, for fodder; Joseph Lake. Keith S, Edgell.
Section D.—Fruit: In this there
were 46 entries. Total of princes offered $18.00, Prize values won $1S.00.
Apples: Yellow Transparent; H. H.
Peters, A. J. T. Walker. Duchess of
Oldenburg; Capt. A. H. McCarthy.
Carinax Ranch: H. H. Peters. Wealthy; James W. Morland. Arthur Taylor. Any other variety: James W.
Morland, A. J. T. Walker. One Tray:
ony  variety;   Capt.  A.   H.   McCarthy
j won 1st and 2nd. Box or Winter Apple*;   H.  H.  Peters.   Arthur  Taylor
1 Box  of  Fall  Apples;   11.   H.   Peters.
leapt. A. H. McCarthy.
: Crabapples: Hyslnp: Capt. A. H.
McCarthy, Arthur Taylor. Transcendent; A. E. Fisher. II. H. Peters,
I    Section E. — Collection of Small
i Fruits: J.S . Johnson. Capt. A. H
McCarthy.
Section F—Roots and Vegetables,
Potatoes ami Field Produce,   In this
I there wero Ufi entries. Total of prises
1 offered $95.60, Prize values won $73
\ Turnips; A. J. Walker. Craftota, 8
long.  R.  Randolph  Bruce. Carrots,  ti
'Intermediate, A.  G.  Cuthbert,   M.   A.
'Tumor.   Carrots, ti short. R. Randolph
jnruce. A. M. Chlsholm,   Heels: tl long.
| John  Hill,  R.  R.  Bruce.    Beets:   fi
] globe; James W. Morland, M. A. Turner.   Parsnips: R. R. Bruce, a. M.
j Ohfsbolm. IVas: ono pint, shelled;
A, J. Walker, A. G. Cuthbert.   Peas:
134 pods; J, s, Johnston. A. O, Oith-
hort. Beans: Kidney, green; N. M.
Marples, ("apt. A. H. Mnefarlhy.
BeeJU. yellow wax; Joseph I dike,
Capt A. II. MacCarlhy. Beans: runner; 11. II, Peters, A. G. Cnthhert.
Heans: hroml; lt R, BrUOO, A. J.Walker. Vegetable Marrow: green; Capt.
A. II. MacCarlhy, Ketth S Bdgell.
Vegetable Marrow: white; Evelyn fit.
Sandilands, R. R. Bruce, Cabbage:
2 rOttnd heads; Fred Mitchell, of Brlsco.  Madeline a. Tumor.   Cabbage,
pointed heads; Joseph Lake, James W.
Morland, Cauliflower: James W,
Morland, Capt. A. II. MacCarlhy.
Onions, spring grown; Capt. A. H.
MacCnrthy, James W. Yorltind. Onions: grown from seta; James W. Morland. Major F. 11. Young. Onions:
pickling; A. M. Chlsholm, James W.
Morland. Corn: 6 ears; H. R. Bruce,
James W. Morland.   Celery: Capt. A.
11. MacCarthy, R. R. Bruce. Radishes:
2nd Major F. B. Young, no 1st. I*et
tuce: Cob heads; Capt. A. H. MacCarthy, N. M. Marplos. Lettuce: cabbage
heads; N. M. Marplce. Major F. B.
Young.    Lettuce;  loose leaf;  James
JACKIE COOGAN AT .Daddy, Mumay and Jackie - lived iu
HOME;  tfOUTHFOX STAR    [a modest little rial on U Bran Boule-
SEEN AT CLOSE RANGE vard In Hollywood.   It was in this
  (fiat that   the first hopes for Jackie's
fame as a screen star were realized.
In the little kitchen overlooking
Hollywood Boulevard, Daddy and
Miunsy and Junior, as he was then
called, would sit and discuss at length
What Jackie would be doing a year
hence.
A   .Million   liullnr   Salary   Ihis
\<il Spoiled This Inimitable Youngster
Is it possible to write anything new
about Jackie Coogan? That seems a
silly question, but when you remember that magazine font ure writers
scratch their 'heads and ponder long
when it comes to writing a story about
Jackie Coogan it looks as though it
might bo more or less true. Everybody that wields a pen sooner or later
lias so etblng to say or "this wonder
boy; for Jackie Coogan seems to be a
bubbling spring of news.
Tho magazine or newspaper representative,   dislikes,   as  a   rule,   tlie
tusk of Interviewing a child star. But
In (bo case of Jackie, there Is no task
attached   to   lhe   interview.     ll
pleasure.
U Homo Wllh Jackie
Lei us lake, for instanc
visit to Jackie's new home.
Until rocontly tbo Coogan family—
An enterprising real estate agent
Buoceedod in selling to Daddy Coogan
a beautiful  new  homo—in the Wit*
shire district of Los Angeles. It was
Hie home ot Mr. and Mrs. Hickman—
Mrs. Hickman in professional life being Bessie Barrlacale.
The bill of sale called for a good
many thousand dollars. Ii was paid
in cash. And the bill of sale was made
out In Jackie Coogan's name.    This
new homo la not all thai Jai kle possesses in tho real estate Una He has
some wonderful grape lands, some
wheat  fields, and several largo pieces
of semi-business property In Hollywood—nil in liis own name. Daddy
and Mumsy Coogan ure looking out
for their son's future. Nothing Is
being dope with his money thai will
not benefit, him now and in later
years.
But to get back to iiie beautiful new
homo in which the little "ace" of
kiddies resides.
Jackie greets iu in the back yard.
Hare he is playing with lone, the little girl that lives across the street,
lone is Jackie's new playmate and
while they ure iiuiie friendly, Jackie
is very prompt In tolling us that lone
nol   his  real  girl   and   til
Marks is
Jackie was utllretl in a pair of blue
overalls and a blown cap on the sale
oj" each of which he gets Beven cents
because ii is known aa the Jackie
coogan cap. lie was helping the
maid hang up some ot his (title cloth-
as, lone wns helping too.
-.\rc you the only child, darling?"
he was asiied, "I'm ail there la-
there Isn't any moro" replied Jackie
in a very low and polite voice. Iu
tiie living room Mrs. Coogan, Jackie
aud lone served Ua tea. "I bring up
my child in a very matter Of fact way,"
said Mrs. COOgab. "1 do not spoil him
and I Ho not permit his being spoiled.
He is like any other little fellow his
age. He outs well, sleeps well, plays
as much us he wtehos to aud studies
hard. His studies aro a real treat to
him and his tutor thoroughly understands him. His film work occupies
not more than four or five hours a
day aud he never appears before the
camera on Sundays or at night" Mrs.
Coogan was correct about Jackie ia
everything she said. Wo found him
a real American boy—all boy. Ho is
now resting up between productions.
His latest piotuia to be released is
■Oliver Twist" and he is fintshln,;
another called "Fiddle and I." Jackie
escorted us through the house and in
a very gentlemanly manner opened ths
rge from door.
"Come again, won't you?" Ile said.
Yea, Jackie Coogan is nil boy. He
is a little genius besides, As Irvlu
Cobb >.iid. "be will bo the brightest
spirit thai ever gave end.OSS joy lo
countlesa millions." He Is already
that.
From obscurity
four short years
a wonderful feat t
millionaire in But
be considered  for
. brilliant mind,  has
one cant express one's feelings mlllioi
Jackie Coogan, aged 7 years, who night.
sprung from a kid  extra to a for $5
over- receives Tor the film work he la new star th
lie recent ly received a cheque busy with.
00,000,  pari   of tho salary  he     The popular Jack!
appears at the  in
ek on Friday ft Saturday
Oliver Twist" and is seen abora
ome of his roles.
W. Morland, Evelyn M. Sandilands.
Tomatoes: ripe; II. R. Bruce. Capt. A.
H. MacCarthy. Tomatoes: green;
A. G. Cuthbert, Joseph Lake. Cucumbers: grown out of doors; Evelyn
M. Sandilands. R. R. Bruce. Citron:
R. R. Bruce, James W. Morland.
Parsley: It. It. Bruce, J. s. Johnston.
Rhubarb; James W. Morland. Fred
Mitchell. Brlsco. Squash: Capt. A.
H. MacCarthy. Madeline A. Tumor.
Pumpkin: James W. Morland, Keith
S. Kdgeli.
Field Produce: Turnips: James W.
Morland, II. It. Bruce. Mangolds, long:
T. W. Turner, The Beavers Ranch,
John Hill. Mangolds: globe; Joseph
Lake, J. Hill. Sugar Beets: Capt. A.
H. MacCarthy. Joseph Uke. White
Carrots: 2nd only; Joseph I-ilte.
Potatoes: Early Hose; James W
Morland. It. It. Bruce. Wee McGrc
gor; It. R. Bruce. A. J. T. Walker.
Irfsli Cobbler: James W, Morland.
Cambridge Russet: Hugh L. Fuller,
James W. Morland. In this class Mr.
Fuller also won the prise of $10.00
for the hest   15  lbs.  of Cambridge
Russets as offered liy the Windermere
District Potato Growers Association
to those or its members who might be
competing. Any other variety: Jas.
W. Morland. Best Collection: 6 to a
plate;  James W. Morland.
Section G.—Dairy Products: In this
claes there wore SB entries, $40.60
was offered in prizes and $38.00 was
won. Eggs: 6 brown; E. B. Tunna-
cliffe. Joseph Lake. Eggs: C white;
2nd only, Jas. S. Johnston. Fowl:
plucked but not drawn; X. M. Mar-
pies. Fowl: trussed ready for oven;
X. M. Marples. Butter: one roll; X.
M. Marples, Jas. S. Johnston. Sweep-
Stake Prize—This was one box of
stumping powder given by lhe Giant
Powder Company. Ltd., of Nelson, to
the person winning the highest number of points in sections "C" to "G"
inclusive. This was won by James
W. Morland of Premier Ranch, Win*
dormere.
Special prizes by Lake Windermere
Creamery, Ltd., for the cream showing the highest number of points In
purity, absence of flavor and butter-
fat, wero won: 1st $ 10.00 by X. M.
Marplos, Wlh bis Jerseys; 2nd $5.00,
by H. E. Davis of the White House,
Windermere, with his Hoi ste Ins,
CRANBROOK CARTAGE & TRANSFER CO.
Towrlss A Adam-,
Agents for Hard and Soft Coal.   Distribution Can a
Specialty.   Excellent Warehousing
SAND and QRAVBL
OPPOSITE CJ.B. DEPOT
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THK TASK OF JIB. IV. If. STEVES*,
To iho Editor,
Cranbrodk Herald
Kir:
I should like, through your columns,
lo congratulate Mr. W, H. Stevens on
tile very proper course ho has laken
In. tlio case ot what certainly looks
like au unjustifiable action by the
Dominion minister of public works,
and ulso to express my hearty approval of your edllorlul on the subject. At ibe s::mo time, one cannol
help reflecting thai according to your
Quotation from the Kamloops Standard Sentinel, Mr. Stevens is a supporter of the provincial Conservative
party, whose leader, if my memory
serves mo uricht, not so long ago
openly pronounced himself in favor
of continuing litis detestable system
ol political patronage, which has been
and always will bu responsible for
many unsavory esses of ihis kind.
Xow. what Is nance for tho goose Is
generally ailowetl lo be sauce for tbe
gander also; why, then. Is political
patronage a thlinj lo be reprobated in
a dominion government but to be
supported In a provincial one?
JOHN BARXARU
Haynes I*ako,
Sept. 16, 1993.
•FOIIUOTTKN LAW"
COMING MOMMY
TO WAB THEATRE
A powerful dramatic photoplay
based on a novel of widespread appeal Is 'Tbe Forgotten Law." the
.Metro photoplay which is scheduled
for presentation nt the Star on Monday and Tuesday. In its narrative
feJrm it aroused heated discussion,
loading finally to the repeal of a law
which worked terrible hardships on
womankind. As a photoplay ihe dramatic emphasis is even more pronounced, and tiie motion picture Is
one of iho strongest of Its kind in
several seasons.
The title of the photoplay refers to
all ancient law, carried on the statutes of many slates in this country,
which enabled a father to will away
his child from Its own mother, to provide for its upbringing In whatever
manner he himself desired. The cruelty of the separation between mother
and child brought about through the
operation of ibis ruthless law la shown
in all Us tragic possibilities In this
motion picture. A bitter quarrel.
caused by llio father himaolf, has a
sudden culmination in the man's mysterious death. Unknown to his wife
tho erring man has provided that
j their child lie educated at the home of
ills brother, who can see nothing but
evil in tho innocent wife. Presentation of conclusive evidence successfully unites the separated family, ami
lhe surviving brother learns that he
has been wrong in his persecution
of his brother's widow.
C        The Wild Bull of Pampas
A Hue east of film favorites is seen
in this Mai Oral production, including
Milton  Sills,  Jack Mulhalt and Cleo
Rldgely.
•The Forgotten Law" was produced
under the personal direction of Max
Graf. It was adapted by Joseph F.
Poland, from Caroline Abbot Stanley'.*
novel "A Modern Madonna." It was
directed by James W. Home. Photo*
graph? is by John Stumer,
Lute Flrpo, Argentine, South America, heavyweight, oast* a
threatening shadow over (he empire ruled by Champion Jack Detnpfiey,
The grim, serious, never-laughing Flrpo ha* been styled "The Wild Bull
or Piimpai." His knockout out of former champion Jean Willard In
eiu'lu rounds makes him ihe logical opponeut for Dempeey In a Septem*
her battle.
Victor and vanvulabed In the oham-iknock Dempsey off Us feet and
plonstilp heavyweight bout of last ■ through the ropos. Critics ovor lhat
Friday when Dompsay seen rod n had Flrpo followed up ihh advantage
knockout In tho socond round. Flrpo in. heavy weight ohemplonsholp would
was Moored fho times In the abort .have boon bis, For hts share the
fight, before he received the roup del champion received oloso upon half a
grace from Dempsey/, in tlio first minion doihirH of the gate receipts,
Mind tho Argentinian achieved what! whllo tlio challenger got aboul $160,-
no other ffghtsr baa been able to- tukM*\
Delightful Face Powder
Jonted in handy cake
form. So much easier to carry
-doesn't spill-so there's no
waste. Fragrant, velvety powder thut goes on imoothlyand
stic^s-not easily brushed or
blown off". Tints that match
all complexions, ln chic box,
complete with puff.
Sold by
HKATTIK-NOBLE DRUa CO.
— Mir IEcmiII Store —
CRANBROOK      -     -      B.C.
Where lt pars to deal
Sweet anil wholesome, and uncommonly rich—Pacific Milk liy
lis merit" lias won frleiuls, won
them permanently. The letters
we luive, run Into hundreds and
Kindness knows how many say
tliey never Intend to use any
oilier but Pacific Milk.
Pacific Milk Co., Ltd.
lnwi«, ML PAGE  EIGHT
THE  CRANBROOK  HERALD
Friday, September :- "ih, 19311
ee********************************)********
B.C. Gold Coin Jewelry
$2.00
BROOCHES, from .
$2.50
RINGS,  from
$1.00
City Items of interest |
j       SPECIAL  VkVLUB   MKTHSTONE  RINGS, lOlt gold     $2.25 I
A. EARLE LEIGH !
*>      Watchmaker & Jeweller       Norbury Ave,   Next Door Star Theatre      %
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Protect your property against fire
through Bealo and Elwell.
+   +   +
BOUN   Al tho cottage hospital, on
Saturday, September 16, to Mr, mid
,\irs.   Geo,   Pratt,   of Bull   River,   n
.laughter,
+   +   -I-
Tlie  Ladies' Aid and   V.'iunenV Mls-
slonary Bocloty of Knox Church will
hold ;i sot lat. reception to ;iil inenrb*
era ot the congregation on Friday evening, Sept, 28, ni 8.80, All members
of tho congregation are cordially In*
vlleil,
+   -I-   +
On Monday lasl two cases came up
hoforo Magistrate Leask, one againsl
■ Air Holmes charged with obtaining
oionoy iiinler falSB pretenses was ills*
missed. The case agatusl on "Jimmy"
charged with arson was dismissed for
lack of evidence.
4*   +   +
Mr. and Mrs, Hurry McDonald returned on Wediiem.ay from a five
weeks' holiday, camping on their properly near Bird's Lanoing. on lhe
Arrow Lakes. While there Mr. McDonald busted himself with the cini-
nieiK 1'iueni nf a nice little home on
"The Ranch."
+    4-    4-
Word was received in the city In-
day Mint Mr. Robert Dudley, of Pernie,
an old timer nf thai place and a prniu-
iiieni Oddfellow, died there at 10.30
this morning, Thursday. The deceased, who has been an invalid for a
number of years, enjoyed tho respect
of the entire community, being a man
ni' exceptional character. Ile in survived by his wire and a large family
ot boys and girls. Interment will bo
made iu Vicloria, to which place Lhe
remains will be taken on Friday. The
late Mr. Dudley was al ono time
I'.r.K. agenI hero and at Kimberley.
Wo carry a full line ot Lifebuoy
Kunntug Shoes.
Our low prices win every lime.
W. P. DOU\N.
+    +    +
Frank DooiiHon is In tho marathon
class, when it coincs to the Job of seeing that the bridegroom doea nol
make away at the lasl minute. Ho
has appeared al no less than eight
weddings with the ringtuckod nway
in his vest pocket When looking
for a "beat man," Frank says there is
only ono logical choice,
+   +   +
Prepare for tlie winter by ordering
your tire chains , hood covers, etc.,
from
WILSON'S vuixiANizma works
Cranbrook. 30tt
+ + +
A request has been received trom
the Provincial Rod Cross Society
that Cranbrook Join In tbe move to
raise a fund for Japanese relief, as
a remilt of tbo recent upheaval iu
that country. The Bed Cross Society was asked by tho dominion government to lake up the cause, nnd
the provincial branches are now at
work organizing the campaign, It
Is not yet decided under what local
auspices any such movement could be
plaeod, but moro will probably be
beard In the future.
+ + +
Just arrived, 1024 latest Dodge with
all tbe very latest Improvements,
Also the 1924 new Overland with full
floaiing axle and high radiator. Value cannot be surpassed for tho price.
Dive us a call and wc will give- you a
drive or explain all the new features.
DBZAU/S OARAGE,
SALE!
Beginning Saturday, September 22
Entire Stock of Dresses
Musl ll*' Closed nt Cost or Below
Our Stock of Shoes
which would make a Shoe Store In itself, is ON SALE.
Our Low Prices on
MEN'S, LADIES' nml ('IIIMIKKV.S SHOES
can save you many dollars,
You run liny HEAL GOOD MERCHANDISE ut LOWER
I'RICKS thnn yon hit) In any pluce in Canada.
— A VISIT TO OUIt STORE WILL CONVINCE VOL'. —
nui ivn  iiiiiii   •(■*.  mii*   in tin."   |inu 1:  in  uaiuiuiM m
— A VISIT TO OUR STORE WILL CONVINCE VOL'. —    I
B. WESTON'S Store j
CRANimOOK, B.C.     I
Miss Jean Wilson left ou Tuesday
for Vancouver where she is entering
the University of British Columbia.
Hiss It Bardgett ot tbe local post
iffice staff returned ou Friday from a
di'uxint holiday spent in SpoltttHO.
A Beuefll muaquorado dance will bo
held on Hullo wa'on, October 31st ul
tho Auditorium. B. of it. T. 29
Rev, !■'. 13. Atkinson of lnvermere,
uiis a visitor ai tlu* Anglican roo*
lorj this ffsek, on VVsdnosday.
Miss  WANDA   13.  FINK. A.T.i'.M.
Teacher of Piano and ChIIo, is imw
accepting pupils fur tho above.     26tf
Mrs. John PliiBaTsmlth returned to
the pity ou Thursday from an extend-
[ visit to Kamloops and Salmon Arm.
ou Thursday of this "Vek Miss
Marion MacKinnon loft lor Toronto
o resume her similes at the imlver-
diy in that city.
Mrs. Finlhysou, Teacher of Piano
ind Violin. Sub phone, or Standard
.'fi'irii: Service, Norlmry Avumie.
Mayor Cameron and Mr, and Mrs.
John Martin who are spending a short
holiday at the coast are expected home
nn Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P, Peck and their
two boys, from Edmonton, left on
Wednesday for Creston after a sis
day visit at the home of Mrs. Peck's
slater, Mrs, H, A. McKowan.
Qulgley Knitted Sweaters and Coals
t Qrady & Eyo's, the Tailors, Baker
.SI red. 23tf
Mrs. Prank Thompson, of Ward tier.
is one of the out of town patients al
Lbe hospital, and is reported as doing
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Spreull and their
visitors, Mr. and Airs. John Stirling,
left on Thursday on a motor trip
over the Banff-Windermere rood.
They export to be gone about n week.
Qrady & Eye are now located In
their new store on Baker Street, opposite McCreery Bros. 23tf
The Marion Oliver Mission Band
Will hold a garden party at the home
of Mrs. ll. 1). Carlyle on Saturday afternoon next, from 3 to •'». If tlie
Weather is unfavorable the gathering
will be hold In the schoolroom.        30
Mr. J. H. Crocker, national Y.M.C.A.
physical director will be lit Cran-
bruok on Sunday lbe 23rd, at 4 P.m.
and will address a meeting for men
on  "Boy's  Work  Problems."  Evfrry
man cordially invited.
Sunday, Sept. 23, Harvest Thanksgiving Services at Christ Church,
Holy Communion, 8.00; Morning
Prayer, 11.00; Children's Thanks
giving Service 12,15;  Evening 7..J0.
GLASSES THAT
WHISPER
REFINEMENT
I Refinement In bUvbbob is
the combined results of many dotails —fitting, designing, adjusting and perfection
of manufacture. Eliminate
one of these essentials and
the perfection of tho wholo
is  loot.
' Al Wilson's you will lie
serve:! by ono trained and experienced in every essential
phase of eye glass making,
Your glasses will possess a.
distinction nol found in ordinary glasses.
W..H. Wilson
OPTICIAN
J1U
NOTICE
Tlie Parent-Teacher Association arc
giving a social evening, Friday. Sept.
28, at S p.m. In the Parish Hall. A
cordial invitation Is extended to any
one Interested in the movement. Mu
sic and contests during tlie evening,
also refreshments, All free and
everybody welcome.
PARENT-TEACHER  Assoc.
, Cranbrook.
30-31 Fs. Q. Huynian, Sec'y.
m
•SB
You are cordially invited
to attend a Display of
Gentlemen's Fall and Winter
Suitings & Overcoatings
Uy MR, tuo.mas ouit. Special Representative.
Fridar ® Saturdar, Sept. 21 C& 22,
At the STORE lOHMIHU OCCUPIED UY UTILE & ATCHISON. BAKER STREET
Next to Cosmopolitan Until.
CLUB MEMBERS     Please call ami select materials for ynur Suit or Overcoat
200 Fabrics to select from - Prices $30 and up
P. W. WILLIS - Cranbrook Cleaners
IMSTHMT AflKNT
Hemstitching,— Mrs. Bnrtees, tlur*
leu Avenue. 2tf
Mrs. a. W. Hodgson lefl on Tuesday for n visit to Nelson,
it. h. T. Qalbralth passed through
the city on Wodnesdny on mule lo
Pernio.
On Wednesday, Clyde MacKinnon
loft for Vancouver to enter the University of B. C.
V. \V. Burgess and Jos, Scbell nre
spending a few days in the Banff-
Windermere country.
Mrs. Thos. Caven returned to her
borne lu the city on Tuesday after a
stay al tbe hospital wliere she was a
patient.
Miss Hazel Tremhnih, wlio Inst year
taught at the central school, has accepted a position on tlie teaching staff
of tbe Kamloops schools.
Tea will bo served at the home of
Airs, 11. H. Thompson, on Friday,
Sept. L'S, proceeds in aid of W.A,
Missionary pledge,
Mr. J. A. Miller of tbe Sullivan
Drill Machine Company, passed thru
the city on Monday en route to Kimberley.
Beale & Elwell have a few desirable
residences for sale on terms. If you
want a home of your own It will pay
you to call on us.
Mrs. N. W. Burdett and son who
tu.ve been in the city the past two
weeks have returned to their home
at  Kimberley,
Mrs. R. Edmoudson returned this
week from a visit to Spokane. During
her stay In tlie city Mrs, Edmoudson
secured a large number of the latest
dance bits.
Mr. and Mrs. Morley, of tho Brown
and Morley Stage Co., nre moving to
Kimberley where they will open an
office In connection with their uhs-
iness.
Mr. and Mrs. E, W. Haielwood, of
Trail, wero visitors to the city. Saturday, coming by motor eu route to
Windermere, aud wero accompanied
by Dr. Coughlln also of the same
place.
We carry a full line of Men's Women's and Misses' Shoes.
Our low prices win every time.
W. P. DORAN.
Tho Visit of President Beatty which
was expected to take place on Monday
next has been postponed to Sept. .10.
Ho will be unable to accept the hos-
pitnlity of the Cranbrook Board of
Trade to be present nt a banquet on
tho occasion of his visit.
On Thursday afternoon of last week
Mrs. W. B. McFarlnne entertained in
honor of .Mrs. N. W. Burdett and Mrs.
E. E. Jackson of Kimberley. Mrs. A.
Wallace. Mrs. J. Norgrove and Mrs
R. Potior contributed to a musical
program,
Mr. J. Beech Is spending n few
weeks with his family in town and
wlillo ou his vacation motored to Spokane. Mrs. Beech and son Norman
accompanied.him and took tbe advantage of visit ing the Spoknne exhibition. Tliey returned home Iho early
purl of Inst week.
A meeting of those interested lu
amateur nthletics has been called for
Mdnday evening at the city ball at
8,16 p.m. when matters of Interest will
ge discussed und election of officers
for un A. A, A, hold. The question of
adoquule provision for tikutlug and
hockey will he takon up. Everybody
come.
Our best ad. Is a proper fitting Suit
on a satisfied customer.
231C    Grady & Eye, Tailors, Baker St
26tf
Ou Friday evening last at tbe home
of Mr. aud Mrs. R. D. Finlay, Miss
Jessie Fennessey and Miss Mabel
Finlay entertained in honor of one of
this week's brides, Miss Ethel Clapp.
About twenty-five frlendB of Miss
Clapp and ihe hostesses were present
and a most enjoyable evening was
spent, dunes, dancing and music
were features of the evening, but tbe
big event was Ihe presentation to tbei
guest of honor of many useful articles'
Hint her girl friends knew would be
of servico lu her now sphere. The
parly broke up with many thanks to
the hostesses and well wishes to the
bride to be.
insure with Beale aud Elwell.
Mrs. U. T. Moir was a Nelson visitor this week, to be with her daughter Eva for a time.
Dr. W. A, Fergle is cai.ylng oui
Improvements to bis residence on
Garden Avenue, including a cement
foundation.
After a very pleasant holiday spent
iu tbe east Mr. aud Mrs. W. H. Meighen returned last week. Visits were
made to Woodstock, Toronto, Sharbot
Lake and other points.
Wo still have a number of repaired
tires and tubes on band, at reasonable prices.
WILSON'S VULCANIZING WORKS
Cranbrook. .10tf
Our stock of Seasonable Materials
for Men's Clothing is of highest quality. A perfect fit and complete satisfaction guaranteed. Qrady &. Eye,
Tailors, Baker Street. 23tf
We aro instructed to sell quickly,
house and 65 x 122 lot in the north
end addition . Owner leaving town.
Price $000 ou terms. Four rooms, water and electric light. Apply to Beale
& Elwell.
Special! Special! Tungsten Lamps
at bargain prices. 25, 40, and 50 watt
for 35c.
W. F. DORAN.
Our low prices win every time.
Mr. and Mrs. -M. A. Beale returned
this week trom an auto trip around
the Calgary-Banff circle tour. They
first participated in the golf tourney
at Blairmore, wliero both were prize
winners. Mr. Beale reports a mosl
enjoyable trip. A large number of
guests are still at Lake Louise.
Mr. Qeorge McMuhou passed through
Crauhrook on Friday lust ou his
way to attend Whltworth College.
Spdkano, Ho was accompanied hy his
brother Frank who has been visiting
his mother, Mrs. O. C. Thompson, nl
Ibu North Star hotel, Kimberley,
Mr. R. H. Robertson of Penticton. Is
a visitor In the clly. arriving on Wednesday evening from tbo west. Mr.
Robertson is manager of the Penticton Co-operative Society. At u meeting of the co-operative society held
to-night, Thursday, Mr. Robertson was
appointed to succeed Mr. Jackson.
Whose resignation was accepted.
The Missionary society of Knox
Presbyterian church held a most
successful meeting on Thursday afternoon last nt tbe home of Mrs. Dan
Finlayson, Kootenny Orchards, when
the largest attendance for some time
was recorded. Tbe ladies met at tbe
manse and were conveyed to tbe home
of Mrs. Finlayson in cars kindly volunteered for use by Mrs. A. A. MacKinnon, Mrs. r Paterson, Mrs. E.
Walker and Mrs. Harry White. Tbe
meeting wns most Interesting nnd
profitable, tbo pleasant afternoon being rounded out with refreshment!
served by the honteu, thwe being
much enjoyed. i
Constable Laird at Yahk, has been gazetted with tbe customary position of
grosBlve men. 23tr' deputv mining recorder for that dlv
Mlsa Norma Wantage- ol -hi. city '»"»' °< "» >"»' Steele "il'ilng «'■*'-
and Miss sunk' Dieboll, ot the Ml*.- *<*•       t*»"8,«ble   lM"    ha"   *ef
,lon Fan,,, commenced new duties at| ruuiaterred to the Boundary district.
the St.  Kugene  Hospital as probationers this week.
MAIM.K LEAF Itl-.HKKAII
LODGE
N O T I (' K
The annual Memorial Service will
be held on Sunday evening next.. September 23rd, nt the Methodist Church.
Members are requested to meet at
tlio Aiulitorium at 7 o'clock sharp,
Visiting members cordially welcomed.
WANT ADS.
8TAH "El'OND a/ID 8TOBS
Pkoae t.
We pay the beet price* going lor all
kind, of furniture. We bur anything from a mouse tr ■> to an auto-
laoblle.
W  W. Kllby, Auctioneer and Valuer
NOTICE
FOR  SALE—Two No.  5 Underwood
Typewriters,   used   very little, ln
30 '    good condition, enn he seen at the
»>m|    High school at any time, $116 each.
Apply Secretary of School  Board.
tf
I will not be responsible for any POR SALK — De luxe baby carriage.
debta contracted by my son Hoy Cor-1    full size sleeper   In   white wicker.
belt, after ibis date, September 18th,|    with white corduroy upholstery, ar-
1112:1. j    tlllei-y wheels.       As good as new,
E. CORBETT. |   lor half price.    Phone 382.       30tf
29-30 	
POR RENT—Throe roomed house at
Kootenay Orchard. Rent very reasonable.   Oarage. Phone 441.      29
OLD KING COAL
ISAMLRRY0LD
50UL WHEN YOU
HAVE A
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Coal bills never worry
owners of the patented
CaloriC Pipeleu Furnace.
They buy M to H less
fuel, yet have perfect
comfort in every room in
coldest weather.
This record backed up by
over 125,000 satisfied
users.
A CaloriC is an investment that soon pays for
itself. Get • CaloriC
NOWI
Patmore  Bros.
Similar) It Healing
Engineers
) ,aao tmb H. a. aa.
FOR SALE—One cow and cream separator, for very low price. Apply,
John T. Ely, Wycliffe, B.C.      30-32
FOR SALE—Cider Cooler, Bor Counter, and Ribbon Case   Cheap for
Cash, Charles Morrison, Kimberley.
2711
FOR SALE—Cream Separator made
hy International Harvester Co., Apply   R. Weston, Baker St. 27tf
FOIt   SALK -L.   E.   Rifle.
Weston, linker Street.
Apply 11.
27lf
TO HKNT—Furnlrheil rooms In private home, board If desired. Apply,
Herald offlce. 27-28
FOIt SALE Snxaphimc, 11 flat, soprano, triple silver plaled, gold lined
bell, with cose,   Phono 374.     Mil
I TO RENT. — Suitable ofllce or slnre
on Armstrong Avenue, next to W.
F. T>,min-s.     Apply lo W. W. Kll-
CANADIAN CAFE & ROOMS
Newly Constructed - Nicely Furnished
Modern Improvements
ROOMS BV DAY nil VTKKK
Van Hone St., Opposite Depot
111 nasi    il I 11 qTaEaSBHHWWW
by.
22lf
FOR SALE- Registered Ilnlslein Bull
Cnlf.two months old. from five gallon cow, prlco $50. Would exchange
for hogB. M. Cathcart Scott, Newgate, B.C. 29-34
FOR RENT—Office to rent two doors
from Venezla Hotel, apply to John
Card. 22tf
40 ACRE FARM CHEAP—tor quick
sale. Good buildings, spring creek,
auto road to door, Una bottom land
with part already undjr cultivation
Big Sullivan Mine, ICimberley, eYoot
by, la ready market right at door.
Apply to Martin Brae., Craakreek,

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