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 THE CRANBROOK HERALL
Victoria
III I ISM I III,1 II III \
VOLUME 20
CRANBROOK.    BRITISH COLUMBIA,
THURSDAY,  DECEMBER  12th,  1»1K
ELECT IONS J5 THE WOMB
IT IS ANXIOUSLY DISCUSSED AT THE POLITICAL CLUBS.
Local Overflow
The ban is lifU'd now wa can have
a danco.
Sliorl orders and reRiilur meals al
the Y.M.C.A.
J. E. Walkley, of tlie Crauhruok
Meat Co., went to Calgary yesterday
to attend a meeting of stockmen.
C. P. Macdonald. P. (J. Perrie. F. C
Uwe. M. L. A., all of Fernie, were
registered at tlie Cranhrook Mils week.
Tho Ladies of St. Mary's Church
are holding their Xmas Sate in "Tlie
Palm" on Saturday, Dec 14th,       II.
Read over the advertising columns
of the Herald. They contain many
suggestions for Xmas buyers.
j At the council meeting mi Monday
: night a motion was passed to sell the
following city property: Lot is, block
S3, plan GODD. to Chas. Romano; lot
tl, block :il to Joe Maripodi; lots IA
and 17. block 32, to Joe Gustello.
There are hundreds of people in
this city and district who should
contribute $2.00 or $">M a year to
have the Herald sent to any address
they mention, as a part of a publicity
propaganda.
Thc huii was lilted at midnight,
Dec, li. The churches can now hold
their services; the Uientre and thi
movie can open their doors; all kinds
of meetings can be held; poul roams
and bowling alloys can bo thrown
open to the public ami crowds tan
gather wherever they wish, but be
! careful. Don't form one ol a crowd
Just because yon have tlie privilege
—the fin germ is still on his job.
Open confession is good for the
soul. President Lougworth of the
' (J. W. V. A. at Lethbrldge says that
| "Lethbrldge is the deadest city In tlie,
i west when it comes to welcoming
i back the returned soldiers." Cran-
I brook, wake up; don't give the local
! president of the Vets, an opportunity
I to speak in a similar strain. Let's '
] gel the band started so Hint we will
! be aide to put some music and sound
: into our welcome,
Special Sunday dinners at the Y.M.-
C.A.   Bring your wife and family.
The ban Is lifted—now we can hold
the United Service of Praise and
Thanksgiving in the Auditorium on
Sunday evening, Dec. 15.
Miss llyslop. who has been laid up
with, the influenza for some time is
back again at her work in the city
hall.
Lieut. Percy Adams, former chief
of Police for Cranbrook before enlisting for overseas, is renewing acquaintances.
L08T—Little sable and white col-
ley pup about 3 months old. Anyone
having the same return to W. .1. Hamilton, Cranbrook, B. C. 48.-81
The city council on Monday passed
a hearty vote of thanks to Hon. Dr.
King lor the very valuable assistance
be rendered in eombatlnK the flu.
II. 1. Sawyer, of Kingsgate. an old
* timer, having settled in tliis district
tn 1802, was renewing acquaintances I
in Cranbrook this week. '
Give the fin genu plenty of rope
and he will hang himself, but if you
crowd him he mny shut oft your own
wind.
Tlie many friends of Hon, Dr, King
will be glad to learn I lint he is rap-
Idly recovering from n severe attack
of the flu al Vernon.
Why do lawyers always i-njoy q
law suit'.' That's easy. It's a case
with them of "Heads I win. tails you
lose."
The creek has heen damuieil and
damned because it wouldn't siny dammed, and the ChtUltAUO.ua flat Is being   Hooded   for   au   open-air  skating
rink.
Ileattle-Murphy Co. have a-tked the
olty council for permission to erect
uii incinerator iu the rear tor their
drug store. Referred lO fire and
poller   committee.
The city council have passed B
hearty vote ot thanks to nil whahalp-
ed so nobly and so willingly In combating tbe flu and ordered to have It
published In the Herald.
The Y.M.C.A. grill has been reopened under iho capable management of Allan Tiverton. It fs a very
comfortable place lor either ladtoi or
gentlemen to enjoy a mOul,
Tables for ladles In the Y.M.C.A.
dining room,
T. W. Davis, of Coleman, Alta., was
a business visitor in Cranbrook this
week. \V. J. MncNabb and wife, of
Vermillion, Alta.. registered at Iho
Cranbrook hotel,
WANTED—Forty tie makers. Winter's work (or sjit.iNar toi- men. UihhI
timber* and good ramp orrommnda-
(Ions. Apply Jark Pine Fuel Com-
pa»yt leMlii-aro, Aha. It.
Patmore Bros, arc busy demonstrating their Electrical Specialities for
the Xmas trade. The OBVSKR Electric Wash; tho EUREKA Vacuum
Cleaner and the Hamilton Beach Sewing Machine Motor are popular favorites. Have one set aside for that
hard working friend of yours—your
Wtlft
A meeting of curlers and skaters is
called for tonight in the City Hall to
consider a proposition to purchase a
joint rink and  transact other bus!-
ness. All those interested in either of Wm. Macdonald. who left shortly
i after war broke out. returned Sai-
i urday. He was engaged in munition
\ plants in Glasgow and London. He
! looks very well on his return, hut
the  climate   of  tho  old   country   did
those   pastimes  are   urged  to   attend
at 8.30.
Miss Florence Baker, nurse at St.
Eugene hospital, was in Fernie visiting her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Baker.
Miss Baker was one of the nurses at
St. Eugene who was fortunate enough
tc* escape the flu nnd saw many busy
days in intending to patients afflicted with that malady.
of age, named Mabel Homier, of Rossland. as Hie result of a sleigh riding
accident had both ankles broken, her
jaw bone dislocated and was otherwise severely bruised.
Are you going to help us to increase the usefulness of the Herald
and the scope of its Influence for the
good and welfare of the city and district, by enlarging our subscription
lisi either by a renewal of your own
or subscribing for your folks. We
want 100 uew subscribers this month.
Charlie Ratcliffo, who left for overseas about two months ago, returned
hist week lie reports that the battalion   he  was  with  got  as  far  as
Halifax when intluenia broke oul and
was the mean;
ion until the
aud they wen
of delaying tha battal-
luniistiee   was   Signed
then all sent hack.
MacDonald,
The coming Xmas should be a joyful one; the most elioerfnl for years.
The horrible war is over and there
will be no more shedding of blood
or waste of treasure. Peace retgns,
rejoice and be glad. Lend
captive and exchange gifts
loved ones.
herofore
-aptlvity
with youi
feet. Ihe germ from the pestilential
south Is likely to migrate to the north
to gel :i whltT of ozi'iie. The flu germ
In likely to get you yet either coming
or going If you attempt lo cultivate
too dose an acquaintance witli him.
Help us lo advertise Cranhrook.
Don't you think thnt sonic of your
people In the east or south or across
the pond would like to have the Herald regularly'.' We will send the
Herald direct from this office to any
address in Canada for 2.on until Dec.
31, 1019, or for $2.r>0 to the United
States or Europe.
E. Y. Brake and family left for Nelson today, where Mr. Brake has been
transferred hy tlie C'.P.R. We lose
one of the most deservedly popular
families In the city hy this removal,
hut hope to see them hnck hero again
before long. They linve beon resident here for nine yearn, with it few
breaks, which lends us to hope that
another break will arrive soon. Their
many friends wish them' happiness
and prosperity In Nulion
r~
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MUSIC
Edith   Luttrell
l.titt, Tanker tn
Tvrtmta Cannrvatary  of Manic
Teacher  of
PIANO & VIOLIN
piano Pupil or Prank Weinman
Toronto
Violin Pupil nf  Frank Hlaehf-inl
Toronto hit fl
H- Kllngonfehl. New York
Miss Luttrell has now arrived
and ror the present Is staying
with Mrs. Steeves, Martin Ave,
(pnono 423). Either call, write
nr phone for full particulars,
Santa   Claus
is   Coming
not tigrec with him. Hi- wiih IiiuiihI
to stick It out, however, until tlir- job
wns comploted. He Is h brother of
the John Macdonald who returned n
short time bro from the front.
There ure prosperous days ahead
All the members of the various j(or CranbrooTc. When the papor mill
church choirs In the city who are to Itlmt '» tal«ed ot gets started there
tnke part In the United Service of j will lie employment for thousands of
Praise and Thanksgiving In the Audi-, "en, and when the smelter Eets ft-
torlum on Sunday evening next are i SOlng. thousands more will lie em- j
requested to intend t'hoir Practice In i Ployed. The most densely populated
llhrist Church on Friday evening. I W' of "•''• "'IH ne right here in this'
Dec. 18th. nil °t terra flrnia that radiates for
  25 to HO miles with Cranbrook as lhe
Be careful, boys and girls,   when: business centre,
coasting, as you may  meet   with  a i " ■•-
bad accident.   A young lady IS years      The curlers of Fernle lit,v.-  re-or-
— lo Iho —
Jink tlfercaniile Company
on u/ednesdap overling
at  Sight  o 'clock
He minis every tiirl and Hoy wlin CAN IV.. I-K and up tn the
age of sixteen, lo come and see lilm.
Bring a card er paper with lhe mouth and dale »>' lilrlli and
your mime, written an lt thus: -
\m\ .Mil, MA HI MAV SMITH
and hand It la Santa and get u nice present.
He at lhe Ladles' d oaf a I Klght uVUirk hut deii'l i-M-.lt to gel In.
await your turn, there is plenli  for all. Santa will mil forgot yon
If you are gend.
ganfced for ihe season with MS prospective members. Thc following officers have been elected: Hon Pros.
\V. R. Wilson; president. M A. Knst-
ner; 1st vice president, a. Corrlej
2nd vice president, Harvey Brown;
secretory-treasurer, Tho--. Cole; chaplain, Rev. F. Yolland; executive, S.
Herchmer. F. C. Lawe, R. M. Voung,
Thos. Prentice and K. K. Stewart.
Tbe following accounts were passed by the city council on Monday
evening: Heattie-Mtirphy Co. $20.65;
Cranbrook Trading Co. $78.90; Cran-1
brook. Blectric Light Co., $807.48;
Copetand Chatteraon Co. $21.25; Fink
Mercantile Co. $5.76; Hanson Garage
$5,65; Kootenay Telephone Lines $1S.-
60; little * Atchison $0.70; Manning,!
J. $3.00; Pay Roll School $3OS9.S0.
city officials $277.60. fire department
$897.87, engineers department $340.35,
police department $886.00; F Parks
& Co., $24.Sfl; Parrett. T. N„ $7.70; j
sundries $7.25: imperial Oil Co. $18.04
Total   $4*79.3$.
An Infant child was deposited at
the dnorsiep ot a Calgary rescue
home. Under the present haphasard
way of replenishing the race a rescue
home   was  a  good   place   to   deposit ; '
the kid. but why call it such dlstlr-G-J    Before leaving Brandon, Man., fort
lively Scotch name as .lohn Alexander   "'if Hty. C. P. R. Superintendent Ma- \
harg was the guest of honor nl a ]
meeting of the business men of the :
wheat city, at which lie was presented
With an address of eulogy, a purse
of gold and a silk umbrella as tokens!
of the osteoni In which he was held |
by lhe public men of Brandon, This I
news is n little belated—delayed   in
I transmission so to spenk. Tiie wires i
were down, or lhe phono was out of
i order or there was a slide that held '•
I up transportation, bul these obstacles
The rill germ may he a migrating j hfty<j ,)m)  fiWftm-   flWfty   wh|(.h  ,g  J
animal, hut If the germ of tbe   north"     ^ RUgury of ]1(0 R0IM-  wnrk  „ml
mul;"*     '"  ,;n   ",M,t    Wl,lm   nis, I will be accomplished by Siiporlniend-j
ent Mahnrg.
fomt-mtytm mUflm utfon a*1lfr$%   iflfrtt t$tyfM mtyrm tfu\m
Gifts
You canmt ^ive her anythiug she will
appreciate more than some piece selected from
our complete assortment of White Ivory.
Decorate
Your Home
A full line of Xmas
decorations. Wreaths,
Bells, Etc.
j. For the Kiddies
Blow-me-up   Bunnies
Teddy Bears
Kiddy Cars
Sewing Sets
Dolls
Games of all Sorts
WaJon-, and Carts
Doll Buggies
Poetical Works
Leather  Bound
Burns        Scott
Woodsworth
Whittier
Longfellow      Roe
Brass Goods, Jar-
diniers, Flower
Stands, Smokers'
Sets. Ash Tray,
Table Tray, Picture Frames.Ivory
Silver, Etc.
The
New Edison
" The Phonograph
with a soul." The superlative Christmas
Gift.
CRANBROOK DRUG & BOOK CO'Y
IV. I. ATCHISON, Mar.
Iliii   Plum" ,1.
Mithi I'linnp nm;
y ■■>*/>..- ,^/>mi^*niii"|ftn   *A» i*ft»t  ym *Ytm\
CHRISTMAS GOODS
NOW   ON   DISPLAY
Gifts for Ladies
Fancy Linen and Lawn, Hand Embroidered Handkerchiefs in Christmas Boxes. Ladies Boudoir Cap». Fancy Handmade Novelties. Sewing Bags. Knitting
Bags, Etc.
Ladits' Pure  Silk  Hosiery   in   All Shades
Ladies' Dress Slippers <£• Bedroom Slippers
Gifts for Men
A Good Range of Neckties. Mufflers,
Linen [Handkerchiefs with Initials,
Fancy Sets containing Braces Armbands and Garters.   Silk Hose, Fir;
Wove Hose and Sweater Coats
MANY FANCY AND USEFUL GIFTS
FOR THE KIDDIES
McCreery Bros.
CR-NMOOK'S 0«Y C00SS AM C10THMC STORES
"^
Suggestions for Christmas
Presents
CASSEROLES    —    PERCOLATORS
ELECTRIC   IRONS   —   ELECTRIC   TOASTERS
E T ( .
A LARGE ASSORTMENT FROM WHICH TO SELECT
J. D. McBRIDE
PHONE 5
MAKER STREET
V.
111K   CORPORATION   OE   THE
OF   CRANRROOK
CITV
On tlu* occasion ut tlir removal of tlie liati on inihlic
italhcrlnirs in tlie City of I'ranhrnok. the Mayor ami
Aldermen desire to take the o|i|inrtnnlty ol iiiil.11.-l;
lliaiikint: all those who loluuteeree! and mi niiilimt,
as.lsled their fellow citizen* either hy nursing, cooking-,
nr otherwise, dnrlnir the recent Influen-a Epidemic.
Tn those kind friends from Jaffray. Marysvllle.
Wycllffe and Fort Steele who came la to assist, a
special e\|irc*s|oii of gratitude Is nivinif.
THE MAYOR ASD .UMRMEX OE
TIIE CITV OF UltMlKOIIK.
Cranhrook, II.C Her. IS. Iti*. PAGE TWO
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
THURSDAY, DECEMBER  llth, 1918
CRANBROOK   HERALD
Published Every Thursday by
THE  CRANBROOK  HERALD,   LIMITED
\V. A.  MYERS, I Managing Editor
ESTABLISHED    1175
Advertising  Rates  on   application.   I huiiges for Advertising MUST be In
this   office    Wednesday    noon    the current   week   to   secure   attention.
CRANBROOK. BRITISH'CODUMfclA, -MttrKSDAY;'DECEMBER UUt, 1918,   I   B £ HOWARD
IMPERIAL BANK
OF CANADA
BUSINESS ADVANCES
Crowing buun.ii concern,, partnerahip. and corporation, who
desire an advance for legitimate purpoM. should oonaull our local
manager and diacuM tha matter with bin,. 131
mill CANUCKS  MARRY
ENfil.lSH (illtl.S WEEKLY
SOI.DIEHS   Mill.  UE
llltlll WIT OVEIt  FIRST
CRANBROOK BRANCH,
Manager.
Our soldier boys nre badly struck
on KnglisH women or vice versa.
Whichever way it is the Canadians
of the overseas forces are marrying
EtogUsh women at the rate
weekly.
Our young  Canadian  women  had
better set busy and pasa resolutions
Of protest anil BtOp this call to arms
before all our heroes are mayped up
at bargain prices.
itt:-( MITHIM. thi-: WOUI.U
Don't worry about work; 'here is
going to be lots of it; don'i worry
about business, the demand will ex-,
ceeii the supply; the world is not
moving backward, but forward. .Man's'
requirements are greater than ever |
thoy have been nnd they must be mei; I
tho world hns bean worn threadbare
during the paal four years aud must,
be reclothed, to rehabilitate the world ■
will take all the men. all tha money
and nil the natural resources that
can be developed to do the Job, It
iis the most magnificent and stupendous undertaking thai man has ever
been culled to engage in—and both
genders of the animal are going to
arise in all their might and glory to
accomplish it. The golden age of
material and universal prosperity is
about to be ushered in, and it will be
a dazzling one. Tlie heaven of the
ancient seers will fade away in com-.
imrlson to it.
London, Dec. 9.—The Canadian Associated Press learns thnt a reliable
estimate shews that there are fifty
thousand women and children ilepen-
3001 dents of Canadian soldiers, In Kngland. Roughly .{peaking, they ran
ho transported nt the rate ot five-
hundred each sailing. How many
sailings will be available In the near
future it is Impossible to say, but in
nny case ll is obvious the whole number cannot reach Canada before the
demobilisation of the army,
Striking scenes are witnessed now*
ndays m British Columbia House,
where the Canadian military authorities have opened n special bureau lor
women mid children to secure passages. The crush is so great whenever n sailing is imminent thnt many
are compelled to wait hours in
consequence.
The Minnedosa took 50 today,
Most of these will travel with their
soldier husbands. Many of
wives-will see Canada for the first
time, for during recent months Canadian soldiers liavo bocu marrying
English women at the rate of 300
weekly. These special sailing's for
women and children will be suspended Immediately demobilization begins.
H. A. liodd,   \V. Ii. Embree,   A.   E.
Penson, John McBaln.
The passing of Gertie Knott, as she
wns familiarly known, will be heard
with sincerest regret by all. Her
cheerfulness and affability, along
with a ready willingness und ability
to help out in nil social linos, made
her a favorite with n wide circle of
friends, who extend a heartfelt sympathy to the parents nnd family In u
bereavement lightened in some degree
by tho consolation of knowing 'Greater reward hath no man thuu this, thai
he IttV down his life for his friend."
TWO ClASSKS or HONUS
Ottawa. Dee. 7.—Two classes of
1018 Victory bonds aro now available to subscribers who paid cash,
These are:
Registered cou-pon bonds and
bearer bonds. The two classes have
been forwarded to the banks where
subscribers may receive them.
FttHy registered bonds, on which
dividend Is payable by cheime, will
be available to subscribers shortly.
FORT STEKLK
LAND KKUISTKY ACT
t Section  241
In the matter of l.oi 8752, containing imp acres more or less, the South-
West 1-4, the South Bast 1-4 of the
North West 1-4. the North 1-2 of the
South Kast 1-4, the South West 1-4
of tho South Kast 1-4, the North West
1-4 of the North  West   1-4, and  the
North East 1-4 or Lot 340 and the
North East 1-4 of the North East 1-4 I
of Lot 341, all of Group 1, Kootenay
District.
And also in Ihe matter of Part .
(609 1-2 acres! of Lot (1623, Group 1,1
District aforesaid, as registered In
Indefeasible Fees Book Vol. 1, Pol. 436
No. 1261-1.
Proof having been filed in my of-j
fice of the loss of Certificates of Title
Nos. 799-1 and 1261-1, to the above!
mentioned lands, lu the name of the
Jewish Colonization Association, and
bearing date the 10th of April,
1912, and 16th of December, 1912,
respectively. 1 HEREBY GIVE
NOTICE of my intention at tho'
expiration of one calendar mouth
I'niin the first publication hereof to
issue to the suid Jewish Colonisation
Association fresh Certificates of Tltlo
iu lieu of such lost Certificates, Any
person having any Information with
reference to such lost Certificates of
Title is roqttOBtod lo communicate
with the undersigned,
Dated al the Lund Registry Office,
Nelson, lt. c. this 18th day of November. 1818.
E. S. STOKES,
District Ueglstrar of Titles.
Date of First Publication, November Hist. 1818, 48-fit.
DO
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meets In the
Parish Hall
lirst Tuesday
afternoon of
every month
nt 3 p.m.
Pros.. Mrs. B.
H. Leaman
Secy, Mrs. J. W. Burton. P. O. Box (11.
All ladies co-dially Invited.
GLASSES
It may be that your eyes are becoming weak and you are afraid to acknowledge II. That is tho way with a
good many people, both old nnd young.
The young particularly seem afruld to
admit their falling sight, but Ib no
novelty nowadays and certainly no
disgrace. Wo will remedy any tie
fectivo eyesight and guarantee satisfac
Hon Delays ure dangorouK come today.
Raworth Bros.
OPTICIANS
Next lo tliii Poatoftlco.
LAIDLAW  & DEWOLF
Civil nnd Mining Knglneer*
II. I'. Land Surveyors
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The funeral Of Mrs. Mary Amelia
Tannhauser, wire or Joseph Tannhauser of Fort Steele, was held In Vancouver on Wednesday, Nov, 27, Major
C. c. Owens officiating nt the services.
The pallbearers were: Messrs. E. 14. | South West 1-4 of the North West
1-4 of Lot 888; the North 1-2 and the
South East 1-4 of the North West 1-4,
the North West 1-4 of the North Kast
1-4, the West 1-li of the South East
1-4 und the South West  1-4 of  the!
A   (JOIJI   MINK   IN
A   PUCK'S (.IZZARD
(Lethbrldge Herald)
A story comes from Crunbrook
tatlng that Arthur Bullock, a former
The power and influence of the resident of Lethbrldge, now living nn
British fleet must not be curtailed.' " «""* "™T Cranbrook, by the aid
It was the li. P. that maintained the|°t llis 1Io(:k ot ducks has suddenly
freedom of ttie sons and destroyed the' become u prospective millionaire; He
menace of Hun domination. -'"'"Hi In the crop of a duck  ho wus
 ; dressing to cook six dollars* worth of
One of the most remarkable re- gold nuggets, lie immediately began
suits or the war is the celebration of! io calculate, und is going to raise two
"Britain's Day" in the United States, i thousand  ducks,  which, nt  the  rate
Truly the lion nnd the  lamb eun  lie
down together after this.
The Hun is personified in the Kaiser. There is no hope for Germany
except by hanging the Kaiser in effigy lu every city, town and hamlet
and at every crossroad in the Pathor-
lund.
There is no accounting for tastes.
The Canadians are marrying the English women aud tho Americans are
marrying the French, Now. if the
Canadian women will mary the heroes
of Sunny Italy all will be well.
When the renl Britisher starts anything he or sho goes through with it.
The British government have hardly
passed the women franchise bill yet
In tbe very first election—tho election now on In the Mother Country—
fourteen women candidates have presented themselves for election, Mrs.
Despard. Lord French's sister, is running as a labor candidate; Mist* Clirls-
tobel Pankhurst is another candi-dnte,
an enthusiastic militarist suffragette,
who would rather starve than submit
to be governed by 'mere man.'
-——•*-•♦* ♦-	
mm DAHACrcg in mmt: case
Fernle, Dec. 6—Tlie supreme court
sittings closed Hore this afternoon
when tho evidence and arguments in
the case of Baskln and Steadman vs.
the Elk Lumber Company, in which
Plaintiffs are suing for damage from
fire alleged to have been set out by
the defendant company on their own
premises and which was allowed to
sproud to the property of the plain-
tiffs , doing damage. His lordship
reserved judgment In this case,
In the case of Mansfield vs Frank
Wark, for damages because of iho defendant's alleged seduction of Mans*
field's daughter while Mansfield wus
at tho front In France, the jury
brought In a judgment for $8,000 damages and costs in the case. Herchmer
and (iF'iihiiin appeared for the plain-
UK in the COBO, nnd Lnwc and Fisher
defended.
In thu case brought by Baskln und
Steadmun, Luwe and Fisher acted for
the plaintiff, and Herchmer and
Urahunt appeared for the defendant
company,
the dead duck was mining, will bring
him In a revenue of over ten thousand dollars next year.
It is also stated thut Bullocks'
neighbors have been buying (hicks off
hint and finding gold in the crops.
There Is likely to be a stempede to
the duck ranch when these goslings
begin operations next spring which
will require the skilful pen of a Jack
London to properly describe. London's "Flurry in Eggs" will fade Into
a very commonplace affair when compared to the rush rrom Cranbrook to
get a share in tho ••old-producing
duck's crops, provided, of course, the
gold does not turn out as had as
Smokey Bellow's second purchase of
eggs through Shorty as an agent.
Small, Hugh Stewart, It. iv. Rogers,
those; und R. Q. Duncan, formerly or Cranhrook and Fort Steele, and Dr. O,
Lammon and E. C. Hunt of Vancouver. Deceased was a long time resident, having come to Fort Steele in
.897, nnd bus lived here almost continuously until July of this year,
when she went to the coast to visit
her children, hoping the climatic
change would benefit her falling
health. All that medical aid and
tender, loving care could do was of
no nval) and the end came with loved
ones at her bed side. Deceased was
horn in St. Paul, Minn., May 23rd,
1850. She was married on Nov. 19th,
1870, having reached her 48th anniversary a few days previous to her
death. She was a devout member of
St. John's Episcopal Church and an
active member of the Red Cross, when
her health permitted also served a
term as Vice President of the Hospital Aid Society. Her pleasant ways
and cheering smile enshrined her in
the hearts of nil who knew her and
she wus dearly loved by all children
in the community. The deepest sympathy of all is extended to the bereaved family who have lost a devoted
loving mother and wife.
The Imperial;
Cafe
I
OPEN FROM tt a.m. to 10 p.m.
AKMSTKOM. AVK. tl
Rest Meals     -    (julck Service
DEATH OF NURSE KNOTT
OF CANYON
(ITY
Creston Review:—"Peace hath Its
heroes not less renowned than war."
The truth of this familiar proverb
was beautifully exemplified in the
death of Gertrude Knott, which occur- i
red at Kootenay Lake General Hos- j
pita), Nelson, on November 25th.        .
Deceased, a daughter of Mr. nnd i
Mrs, F. Knott of Canyon City, had j
been on the hospital nursing staff fori
eighteen months, und right from the
start of the flu epidemic in that city I
hnd worked night nnd day—at times |
with bul a few hours sleep between
shifts—only, nnd at n time when the1
epidemic hnd been mastered, to fall a<
victim to the flu, which developed;
pneumonia, ending her young life after but u week's illness. It wns only
four days before death ensued that]
tho case was considered serious and)
the parents summoned, both being J
with her when the end came.
The late Miss Knott, who wns 22
years of age, hud lived with her pnr-
ents at Canyon City for the past nine I
years, After graduating from CrOH-
ton High School nnd a term at Nor-'
mul, she tatlghl school at 01 en Illy a
yenr uud purl of a term at Foremost,
Alta,, before Inking up nursing at
Nelson.
The remains were brought here,
Interment being on November 27th In !
Creston cemetery, Rev. T. McCord |
officiating, with many In attendance
to pay their last respects, The pall
bearers were A. D. I'ochln. Con. Hull,
RERUN TO HE OCCUPIER
BY   THE    ALLIES
London, Dec. 7.—An extraordinary
meeting of tlie German cabinet was
summoned at Berlin on Thursday evening to discuss thc possibility of the
Allies occupying Berlin, owing to
German's alleged Inability to carry
out the terms of tbe armistice, according to Amsterdam advices to the
Express.
Canadians may yet have the pleasure of marching into Berlin with colors flying, hands playing nnd hearts
beating.
Ivory Is Mild
You cannot buy a milder sonp than
Ivory. It is made from the mildest and
purest of vegetable oils. It contains no
uncombined alkali or other strong materials to irritate the tender skin or injure
delicate fabrics. Ivory Soap will safely
wash anything that water alone will not
harm.
IVORY SOAP
99ft* PURE
Mudt in tht Pioctet - GambU factories »( Hamilton, Canada      Yt_BBE_-^
Jameson's
BAKING   POWDER
Feather Light
JAMESON'S
JAVA AND   MOCHA
COFFEE
JAMESON'S
TEA
JAMESON'S
EXTRACTS
The users   ure   Ihe   Con-
nolsetirs.
1.0.0
,F.
KEV
CITV 1,011(1 K, No. 43
^TmfS&Sttm     Uoet"   ey"'
_LHwC>S M '" u,«M
*!BSr-'S>5**y    hi  Fraternity
llnll.      Sojourning    Oddfellowi
enrdlnlly Invited.
E. 11
McPhee,
J.W. Skho»,
Secy.
NO.
lilt. F. II. MILES
DKNTI8T
Oltlcc In Hanson Work
OFFICE HOUnS
!> to  12, n.lll.
1   to    5 p.m.
CRANBROOK, B.C
EDJIOM1SON,S DANCE 0KC11E8T1IA
\a\\ Open (or Knpim'nirllls.     Ono I"
Four Pieces
Tlie Mnslr Willi the PEP.    For Terms
Apply
MRS. KIIMIIMISON
nr phoiii- -Jill Cmiiliriink, 11. C
rilAMIIIOOK   COTTAGE
HOSPITAL
l'rliiil,' Nursing Home
Licensed by Provincial  Govt.
Maternity and (leneral Nursing
Massage nnd Rest Cure, Highest
References, terms moderate.
Apply Mrs. A. Crawford, Matron
Phono 260 P. O. Box 845
Address, Harden Ave, Cranbrook
itt-B
Can be used on either warm or cold stove
KEEP YOUR STOVE BRIGHT
Black Knight
STOVE POLISH
use and will
not burn
For tht well-dressed mm who prefers a medium broad toe. Mad* v. black or tan atlfund kid
with medium weight soli*—$6 to $m
Buying Upon Faith
UNLESS you arc an expert, you cannot judge i lie quality of a shoe
by looking at it. It is possible to take most of tlie wearing qualities out without changing its appearance, Shoos are bought
largely upon faith in the integrity of dealer and manufacturer.
In these days of high-price levels, jour confidence should be well
placed. Go to a reliable dealer, whose judgment you can trust. Get his
candid advice as to values. Buy for the best service at the price which
you wish to pay.
Look for the manufacturer's trade-mark on the shoes you buy. It
is a sign that the manufacturer himself has confidence in the shoes, and
that they are worthy of your confidence. A responsible manufacturer
will not jeopardize hi9 reputation by placing his business signature
upon an unworthy product.
Buy shoes of a brand you know, from a dealer whom you know.
Buy for service rather than merely for appearance. Thus you may be
assured of Quality Shoes at Fair Prices.
A.H.M. War-Time Selections offer Special Service Value
tor Men, Women and Children. Ask your dealer for them.
AMES HOLDEN McCREADY
LIMITED
"Shotmakert to the Nation"
MONI-UAL       TORONTO ^iSSlL WINNIWO    EDMONTON   TANCOUTII
I'HE
COEUR D'ALENE
Spokane, Washington
TIIK HOTEL 'Mill  A
PERSONALITY
Tbls bouse lias tin
happy distinction of being tbe favorite stopping place ln Spokane
for the people of British
Columbia We appreciate
this patronage and do
everything In our power
to make you comfortable.
Our location Is eicellent —
closo to (treat Northern station
and 0. W. 11. * N— Mllwanke
terminal, and within a minute's
walk from the principal business
bouses and places of amusement.
Sec SteamsliiD on Roof
Till)  HOME 1IAKERV
Kulit, Frame, Fran,
.'■'resli llrenil. Cakes, Pleg
nmi Pn sir j
Phone 81
Norbury Ave.      Opp City Hall
K\HiIIIN UF PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, B. C.
Meets every Tuesday at 8 p.m. In
the Fraternity Hall
B. C. Carr, C C.
C. H. Collins, K. R. ft S.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited to attend.
oyi'iiseakcluii
Meets lu Maplu Hall second
Tuesday of every month at I
p. m.
Membership open to British
citizens.
Visiting members cordially
welcomed.
K. Y. Brake,       J. F. Lower,
President. Secretary
The Herald
$2.00 year
CHAS. S. PARKER
Forwarding and Distributing
Agent tor
Lethbrldge nd Orernklll Coal
Imperial Oil t'o.
Dlstrbutlou Cars a Specialty.
Ilriiyluir mul Tniusferrlnic
Given prompt attention
Phone S3
The Shoe Specialist
JOE "lAKAFODI
Satl-farllnn Guaranteed
lieadqiiartern for all kinds of
Repalra
When yes buy Shoes look /or—
-this Trade-mark on every sola
"WHITE"
SEWING MACHINES
MADE IN CANADA
ton  CANADIAN HOMES
WILL GIVE YOU
COMFORT
EASE AND
REAL PLEASURE
WHILE SEWING
Can you think of any reason why
there should not be one In your
home!
V. Iff. MACIMIEHSON
I'nilirlnker
1'hnne ,'I.MI
Narlllir- Ave, nexl In Clly Hall
Uiitiliinii llcliiiiriinl
Meals at All Hours
I'litnrs, Cigarettes and Candy
CRANBHOOK STRUCT.
Opposite the Bank of Commerce
.1. F. DEACON
Automobiles (or hire.. .Boats
on Green liny In Connection.
PHONE 2.1       CRANBROOK
DR. DeVAN'S FRENCH PILLS «
(ulttini i'iil for Women, j.*, h box or ttircu hr
lL>.«fwld At All Drug sum-p*. or innflcit tonuy
iddnHonrccelptof price. I'm hi-oh.lt. novo
L'o.,8tC«thAriDiHi1Ontarlo._ _____
PH0SPH0N0L FOR MEN. IK
Vitality;for Msm and Brain; Incmue. "kkv
■.tier1';.Tonic -willtmlld yen nn. n . hox.nr
two hi I!..! «ruf Mnree. w by auU onnclpl
ffjrtj.  T»»imau U.N oa.,II uu,.r_v
If vou want satisfaction
with vour washlua
■end it to
MONTANA LAUNDRY
Sneclal Drlcos for family
work THURSDAY,  DECEMBER   12tli.  WIS
THE      CRANBROOK      HERALD
PAUE THREE
With Xmas just round the comer
ocal and personal
And all the tlilnkhnr anil plan.
iiiK of seasonable irh'ts still to
be done, lt means BK<il*i NOW
If everything. Is to be ready ln
time and nobody overlooked.
Make this "TIIK HAPPIKST
(illllST-IAS   IN   r'OIlt   l,0*if!
VBARS." 	
,,( „„„.„,, I, p,,,nianentl) with a substantial and useful irlft purchased       Engineer J. Cummlngs made a b'
nt WILSON'S.     Here are a lew sumrestlons:
I, A H IBS'   (I I I' T 8
Kllby frames piotura.; phone 9.       Sa"8lbla XmM BiIt8 ln h" """ »'
- the Methodist Bazaar,   also   Cookery
Insure wjtll Beale & Elweli,
Only ten more shopping days before
Xmas.   Get busy now.
ness trip to Fernie last week,
TubU* and Afternoon Ten. Tuesday,
Dec, 17th. in Old Gyran. Nothing
sold before ;» o'clock.
MEN'S   GIFTS
Military BrusliM trow
Safety Hanaro frow -
Match Boxob rrom ■
Pou uta In Potw rrom , -
Cuff 1'Ulkn   '■"'
Stick Pins   '""'
101;   thi:   thrifty
iioisrviki:
In Flue Sllvcri'lnte
Ten Strainer und Stand .... l-'-OO
Marmalade  Jar  wtth   Silver  top
and spoon    $--ftl1
Butter Dishes from    $1.50 J^JJ
Silver Vases from     $2.00
OaRBeroIcs, from   ^'^HViViJ
Pie Plates, from   $8.60 \
W. (;.  Hiiyward, of the .shop staff;
of the C.P.R., leaves on Saturday fur
a  iwo  week's  holiday  trip  to  Bios-
some, Texan, on  combined  Business
and  pleasure.
MAGIC
BAKING POWDER
CONTAINS   NO ALUM
Diamond Kings . 185.00 lo 1300.00
f\ """" ■■ • ** "" .1. D, MoTavlsli, nf Sllvarton, was
Hold Nock ChalnB ..*4.50 in "76.00 ,„ ,,„, ,.)lv tl,|B WMki
Brncolol Wlllrlli'S .. 16.00 to "66.00 	
E. w. Kelt, reiireseuting WrlgleyV  Fancy and Ball-room Danc-
Direeiory (or ll. C, Is In the city.      ;    Dr. bm-hiII. M. P. tor thla dUtrlcl.! "l?   ,au8h'-    For   Particulars
Ity Inst week.    He has ' "hone   404   or  bo"  42S—  MrS.
Van Braam. 46-tf
ll-ronch Ivory Toilet Sots $12 to |S0     I* J. Runny. "' Jaffray, was In lh>
|J,/silver Plato and Btorllng sllvnr   j ''"•*•
Tollol Sots from *lB.00lo MO.O0
was In Hie
received  word  thai    the    Dominion
bouse will meet about tbe middle of
January.
II. 15, MoCauloy, ol Vabk, was iloln
IhikIihinh In lhe olty this week.
FOK   Till:   BABY
ll. I.. Dennett or Wycllffi
the elly  this  week.
Overcoats, eheap, good ns new, nil
sizes, nt the cranbrook Gleaners. 46-4t
town this week.
O. P. Milieu was In lhe city Mon-
Word ims heen roceived from D. M.
'nwttn, formerly secretary nt the Y.
Wbal shall I buy for Xmas ores-' Mr-A-   Ho ls '" London,   England,
ents for Ibose  whom  I  cannol  but! "outonant In tiio Hoyal P*lylntr Carps.
, remember al this restive season! Our He sooured a tow days leave and vis-
[ advertising   columns   contain   ninny"'''1 Edinburgh.
suggestions for you. 	
.  pie   .lames   Milroy   returned   on
Heard on the sireei: -"If the  ait*   Thursday  last, accompanied  hy his
ell will undertake in flood   the    wire, having heen  married In  Eng.
Chautauqua lots, those who have kid- land, He left with the first eonilng-
dles anil others Interested will level ent. While overseas he met n grent
off the ground." many nr the boys from here aud re-
linrts them all In the best of slilrlts.
itlngs from   »'■""
DracolotB from   11,116
nih Holders from   >t36 	
While Ivory llrnsh & Comb Sets H. H. Iloss, nt Waldo, was in    the
from  11.00 un I olty this week. M,M Ulnllsey win open ,(ftel.
nib l'lns rrom   50c up; the Christmas holidays a kind-     j., U,„| jtrs. Len Richardson Icn
Silver Mugs from   $1.50 ,,|.    H. Haynes, of Nanton, Alta.. was In ergarten   and primary school., f,„. woiseiey, Snsk.,   on   Saturday,
'  " ' 'For particulars phone 357. 46ti Whero Mr. Richardson hns secured a :
  situation on the Wolseley News,   l.en ,
Patmore Dros. are showing the new' „.„8 maklng |llm80l( g0|,erally useful
im.khkoi.i.itk Hull to hang on your  ,„,u, „, Ul0 orr,,.c aml ln „MiQ mat-
VoH ; ters and both he and his wife will be i
^ day from Elko.
  j electric light chair or button.
C, J. Davidson was In ihe city rrom j can see It in the dark.   No more swear j m(s!iC,i D, „„ cvc,,. widening circle of I
Klmberley. I words.   Retails nt :i.5 cents.
friends.
II. O. Garrett, of Yuhk, was
, guest |    Creslon Review:—Rev. \v. c. Bunt.
I Methodist   pastor  here,  is  critically
W. H. Wilson Jeweler
We extend to ynu a hearty Invitation to fume In ami see niir elahnrato   | „ ,„, (,ns thi8 w(,ek
display ol I'hrlstmas (lifts.   ,1 W with pneumonia.    HIh life is nol j
Mrs. Alan  Graham, of Pornlo, Is despaired of, but a son and daughter    j„j:„_»»j-,w i<rtlu>i
lhe guest nt Mrs. (i. Thompson. '"   Mnnll i   llave   been   suininoned      InBlgesClOel. airenglOen
  ; ie, the stomach and stimulate
-I    Born—At Creston. on Nov. 30th, to   j   the HVer With 8 COUI*Se Of
• Mr. and Mrs. Denlnger, a daughter. The pulp aud paper industry Is of
*\                                               ; phenomenal growth and now ranks
• : We carry a full line uf 1,'udlcs', among our foremost producers of na-
! t'liililren's and Misses' Rubbers and 'tonal wealth. It Is to be hoped that
i Overshoes.—Moffatt's Variety Store,      Ibe project now on foot to establish
.—,  j this Industry In the Crunbrook diet- f IIIS '|l
A.   ('.   Rowness   returned  from   a   r'ct will be successfully hrnught tn a
j business trip lo Bolsevaln, Montana   bofil.                                                     t^^^,^i^''^S^s!!''M'  '"
' on Sunday. I   — ——-^.—	
lli-ivnrf
ol
Iniltiitinn*
Soil
mi Ihe
llcrlts
oi'
II IN A IIIl'S
U MM FIST
SKATES
(llll STOCK IS COMPLETE.
IVK HAVE "HOBS" I'OII THE
KIDDIES : SPRINGS A X D
HOCKEYS, imiiiiim;
YI'KON.
LADIES'. HEAYE1I,
MIC   JIA1.   and
.U'TOMOBIU:.
F. PARKS & CO.
Hardware & Mill Supplies
Cranbrook,    -    B. C.
Disturbed   sleep  usually
comes from some form of
Seecbanys
puts
1 ■
. Get an IXGEHSOLLITE Pull for
I your electric light. Can see it in tho
I dark.   3fi cents each—Patmore Bros.
B. lament, of Creston. lias resign •
: uil his position or stipendiary lniigis-
trote.
.	
Mrs. .lohn McTavish was in town
Sunday to attend tlie funeral of her
late husband.
Piano and Theory lessons by
arrangement. Phone 404 or box
428—Mrs. Van Braam, 237 Burwell Avenue. 4tMf.
Tlie Fernle curlers will try and pull I
off ii patriotic lionspeil on Christmas
day.
K. Nagle. accountant at tlie Bank
of Commerce. Creston. has heen
transferred to Victoria.
Cadet Roland Cox of the Royal Air;
Forces, is spending a few days in the
city on  leave.
WANTED—Woman  for housework
two afternoons each week—Mrs   B.
K. Howard. Burwell Ave.
Jack Braithewatte. who left about!
six months ago. returned i'roni Hug-
land last week.
"Give it to me,
please. Grand-
daddy."
"Why Bobby, if
you wait a bit
for it you'll
have it to enjoy loneer!"
"Poo-poo! That's
no argument with
WRIGLEY'S
'cause the flavour
lasts, anyway!"
-After every meal
The Ladles of St.  Mary's Church
1 are holding their Xmas Sate in "The
Palm" on Saturday, Doc. 14th.       It.
The 8-h.OUr day Is coining. Conservative old Kngland lias already
adopted it for railway men.
FOR RENT— Modern Bungalow.
For particulars, apply C. Van Braam.
phone 404. or P.O. Box 42S. 4S-tf.
The regular meeting of the 1,0,0.13,
will he held In the City Hall on Friday afternoon. Dec. 18, nt 3 o'clock.
Albert Fortln nmi Paul Richard, or
Plncher Creek, were registered at the
Cosmopolitan this week.
TOYLAND
Get the Christmas Spirit
I 'utile in and look over our Wonderful Toys liroiiulil by Siinlii (laiis
Steel Structural Sets
The Steel Erccter, very Instructive for hoys uf
Model Builder 'i
10 lo l.'i years.
(lames, Rooks, Hl.irks Pr'itS, Wash Sels. Hlaek Hoards, HeirMcr
Baiiks. Stoves, steam Kiiulm-*. Mechanical Trains Sandy Andys,
Blx/y Andys, and Atilos: in iiu-i everything- In Toys.
SPECIAL VALUE
21 Piece I'lilna gel   turn
SPECIAL 10 p. c. GASH DISCOUNT
 virvthinit In Mil* -lore llll Chrlilau".
ANIMALS THAT TALK
Mons, lal". Dans, sheep, Ilcir.es. Bears, llalililts and 'Iiinlcej>.
(mm    15e In SCUIP
POLLS III' All KLVnS-Krnm   Hie eaeb to WJKI
Hull lleils. Hull Trunks, Doll Suit Cases.
slllir -lAIII.V—anil Ket ■ (rMil eliolee.    We will kee|i all parrels
(or .mil unit deliver Mure Christmas.
-AT-
Santa  Claus Headq't'rs
Moffatt's Variety Store
ni oh: .im
10  per cent  cusli  illseouni  mi  nil
; Ciilldren's Wear nnd Ladies' Wear
till Xmas. —Moffatt's Variety Store.
! WANTED—Turkey hens and two
! ducks nnd drake. Kindly stale prices.
—Apply J. Mader. Wardner, B.C. 48.lt
1    V. S. Llddlcott, well known in Gran*
j brook, who was a prisoner of war iu
Germany, lias been llbernted.
j F. I,. Archer, of Canal Flats, was
holiday buying in Cranhrook (his
week.
Sale of Men's
Suits and
Overcoats
MKN,  NOW IS VIIIH OITIIIIITMTY OF PrRTHASIXG
AX UP-TO-DATE SI'IT III!   OVEItCOAT  Of   UlAilAX.
TEEII QIAL1TV  AT A  GBEAT SAVING
AST liUM sriT llll OVERCOAT lor
"   880.00    "
"   *:i.-,.oi	
"    * HUM     "
«3.;.-,
tr,.-;.
Mi.;.-,
Ladies' Suits and Coats
and Serge Skirts
ABE ALSO INCLUDED AT O.M'.QUABTEB OFF. THEKt:
ABE 1IAXV STVI.KS AM: I III ORS TO CHOOSE FROM.
Sale Starts on Monday
December 16th
HOST  FAIL TO  Sll   OCR  llll.
DISPLAY    OK    XM\s   GOODS.
:*=
This Drawing is from a
Photograph
After having the "flu" have your
clothes French dry cleaned at the.
Cranbrook Cleaners, that will remove I
all contagious (terms.   Phone 157.
Winter has threatened to talte possession of Cranbrook this week, hut
thus far he has not made kooiI his
threat,
Kids!  Attention -Will all soldiers'
children pleeie send their names  to
II Santa Claua, box 767, Cranbrook, as
' 1MB M BOUlht*.
^3
I
It is from an actual photograph of Anna Cue of the
Metropolitan Opera singing in direct comparison
with her own voice on the New Edison.
"But what's remarkahle ahout this?" you ask.
The amazing tact is that no human ear can
distinguish the artist from the instrument; so perfect
is the Re-Creation. This is what we call the "tone
test". And it proves the truth of the Edison
Companv's claims ahout
%e NEW EDISON
"Tht Phonograph with a Sob/"
It proves that the instrument does re-crtttt, not
merely imitate. Hundreds of these tone tests have
heen conducted. More than :,ooo,ooo people have
attended them. And not one could say when it was
the artist he heard and when the instrument. With
the lights lowered to hide the singet's lips the
audience was completely baffled.
Villi eer tltri fir e itrtmlrsthn if lbr  "i.rvrUui tilie      ITS
Sa'ntn tr h.vt inr irit t.ytw h.'tr.  SuMtf triin, tf nsrii. J
Cranhrook Drug & Book Co. Ltd., Cranbrook, B.C. ^
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THE! CRANBROOK HBRALD
THURSDAY,  DECEMBER 12th, 1918
HOME   8TCD1KH   FOR
HIM.  SCHOOL I'lT11.H
N 0 T fc S
In view of their long absence from
BCbool the pupils of the High School
are requested to prepare the following work for tlie opening ol school
arter the New Year:
I'ri'liminur-   Class
French— Vocabularies to end of
Chapter XII.
Literature—Read ihe following selections: Rosabella, Crusader and Saracen, The Ride from Client to A!x,
King Richard and Robin Hood, The
Glove, The Vision of Sir Lacerefal,
Memorize tlie stanzas of the last selection beginning "The leper raised
not the gold from the dust" and "His
words were shed softer than leaves
from the pine."
Latin—Vocabularies and grammer
to the end of Lesson Xll (without
exercises).
Geometry—-Theories l to 8 Including 8.
Algebra—Review and complete to
page B6.
Science—Review notes.
Vd-niH'cil  Cnur-ic.
French—Complete the translation
in the Reader anil learn all vocabularies in Seepmann Lessons 10 to 20.
Literature-Read Goldsmith's 'Deserted VUl&ge and the poems nf Keats'.
Memorize 'On First Looking In Chap-
muii's Homer" ami also the lines from
Goldsmith: "Sweet was the sound" to
"historian of the pensive plain; a
lines 103 to 176.
Botany—Read carofully chapters i"
18, 19, 20.
Geometry— Problems 1 to 18.
Algebra-—Review factors and highest common factor and complete
Chapter XIX.
Latin—Review the declension of all
pronouns, and all vocabularies in
pages 166 to 215, Learn the subjunctive mood as given on pages 236 ami
240, and tlie compounds of verb "sum"
pages 244 and 245. Review ihe translation on pages 861, :t52 and "*i.:
Mat Hen lu tion
French—Chapters 10 to ir. with vocabularies memorized.
Literature—Itevievv Henry V; read
introduction to Poems of tlie Romantic Revival; read Andrea del Sarto,
The Italian in England, Herve ltd.
Sir Galahad, Tbe Passing of Arthur.
Memorize : Break, Break, Break ;
Tears, Idle Tears;  tiie Bugle Song.
History—Study carefully the notes
to the Death of Ma'hommed.
Latin—Reread Book 2 of Caosnr
and Ovlo to line 501).
Geometry—Review as thoroughly us
possible to problem 24.
Algebra—Review tne work covered
as thoroughly as  possible.
R. B. FORSYTH,
Principal.
,1'OKT STEELK
Mr. Mason of Flnlay Creek ls in
town and will stay with his old friend
Felix Rock for tbe winter.
Wm. Khira of Wasa and George
Hawkes of Rankin's Camp, were a-
mong the passengers tiiat left the
Kootenay Central at Fort Steele on
Saturday.
George Hawkes came down to upend
the week end with bis family.
Leu Clark, the Cranbrook auto stage
driver, had a rush call early Sunday
morning from Bridges Camp to bring
in a sick'man tn the ('ranbrook hospital. The mun was suffering from
Spanish Influenza
Constable Walsh left here on Sunday for Calgary where he will spend
bis vacation. Constable Walsh has
been granted two weeks leave of absence.
Neil Cameron and Colin Junes arrived on the Sunday evening stage
and registered at the Imperial.
Wm. Carlln left here on Monday-
morning for tbe Coast where he will
spend the Christmas holidays.
Mrs. W. Jones of Bull River was
in town Tuesday on business.
Our Board of Directors has suffered
;■ great loss in the death of F. A.
Robson,   Us  treasurer.
We  are   pleased   lo   welcome  J.   L.
Palmer, our auditor, back from the
hospital, Most of those who have
had the "flu" are fully recuperated.
Our building is filled to capacity
these days,, and the Dining Room Is
re-opened under tlie management of
A. Treverton.
With the lifting of the "ban. we
hope to have howling and billiards In
full  swing again.
Tlie "llu' has mi deterrent influence on checkers, If any one thinks
he can play the game, lot him try his
hand with tlie manager or the Cranbrook Herald, or Leo. Romberg.
I 'AIM) Ol   THANKS
Mrs. Jones, mother of Sergeant
Jones, whose funeral took place on
Friday, Nov. 29th. wishes to thank
all those who so kindly assisted in
the last rites und otherwise helped
the bereaved to carry their great
burden.
SERVICES AT CHRIST CHVRGfl
Friday IH—Evensong 7.30 p.m.
Choir practice for United Service In
Christ Church at 8.0 p.m. Friday.
Sunday 15th—Holy Communion 8.00
Morning Prayer nnd Holy Communion 11.00.
Sunday School at .1.60 p.m. in Parish Hall.
i AltO OE THANKS
Mrs. John McTnvish and her mother take tills opportunity of thanking
Mr. and Mrs-, T D, Caveu aud all
other friends for their kindness and
help during their recent bereavement.
Constable John John made a complete sweep at the poultry show ut
Ferule last week In the White Leghorn class. He look first for cock,
ben, cockerel and pen and 2nd and
8rd for pullet. He carried off the
first price for best male and the
Waldo cup for best pen of White Log-
homs, consisting of cock, hen. cockerel, pullet and pen.
The kidilies stand a good chance
of having a sheet of skating ice provided Tor them right in tlie middle of
the city. City Engineer Eaaajfi has
been empowered to flood the vacant
lots where Chautauqua wasflield this
summer if the project is feusible. It
will probably bo flooded with the hose
ns the damming of tlie creek would
scarcely accomplish the desired end.
All that is required to get ti good
clean, smooth sheet of ice is to clear
off the stones and throw up an enrth
embankment where necessary.
BAI'TIHT Clll'ltCII
Rev. J. P. Sinclair, pastor
Sunday.  Dec.  15th, 1918.
11.00 a.m.—Divine  Service.  Subject
"Do   all   tilings   work   logoiiier   for
good?"
12 noon—Sunday School.
7.80 p.m.—United Service of Praise
ami Thanksgiving in the Auditorium.
John McTnviHh. of Jaffray, died on
Wednesday of last week from influenza, Mr. McTavish was au old
timer In this district. He and the
late Frank Dickinson were for a
number of yenrs proprietors of the
Jaffray hotel. He also had a ranch
near Waldo, which he hnd just stocked with cattle this fall. Mr. McTavish leaves a widow, having been married less than three months ago. HIb
death was very sudden as he bad
boon sick for only a few days. The
funeral took place on Sunday afternoon at 2.30 from Mcpherson's undertaking parlors.
Tlie Jewell Lumber Company's sawmill, located at Caithness, was locally
destroyed by fire early .-Sunday morning. The loss Is partially covered by
Insurance. Ixiss about $25,000. The
planing mill was saved although only
about 16 feet away. There was about
3,000,000 feet of lumber piled ln the
yards, none of whicli was destroyed,
Cause of fire unknown, but thought
to have originated in the boiler house.
The loss will be felt keenly by Mr.
Jewell as he had only one year's cut
off his new limits.
IN THE MATTER OF
THE WATER ACT
—and
In  the   Matter  of  Columbia   Valley
Irrigated Fruit Lands Limited.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Columbia Valley Irrigated Fruit
Lands Limited, of Invermere, It. C, a
body incorporated by Letters Patent
under the Companies Act of the Dominion or Canada (and hereinafter referred to as the Petitioner Company!,
has filed in the office of the Comptroller of Water Rights at Victoria,
B. C, and also in the office of the
Wnter Recorder at Wilmer, B. C.
First—A Petition to the Lieutenant-
Governor-in •Council, for:
(a) An Order-In-Council approving the transfer by the Columbia Valley Irrigated Fruit Lauds Limited of
I Wilmer B. 0., a body incorporated
j under tlie Companies Act of British
J Columbia, of tlie whole of its undertaking, including all its water records, rights-of-way, Aims, ditches,
pipe lines and all works connected
with Its irrigation system, to tbe
Petitioner Company.
(b) An Order-in-Coiincil directing
tlie Comptroller of Wnter Rights to
Issue to tlie Petitioner Company
License for conveying purposes, under
Section 171 of the Water Act as amended by Chapter 76, 1917, and Chapter
98 or 1918, In respect of all the water
entitled to be diverted and used under the Water Records mentioned in
the Determination Order of the Board
of Ivnestigation under the Wnter Act,
dated 18th April, 1918.
Secondly—A Petition to tlie Honorable the Minister of Lands, for a
Certificate approving the two undertakings of the Petitioner Company,
namely—the Wilmer Division and the
Lake Division.
Thirdly—An Application for the
approval by the Board, under Section 159 of the Water Act. of a
Schedule of Tolls, proposed to be
charged and collected by tlu- Petitioner Company in connection with its
said undertakings.
AND  NOTICE  IS   HEREBY  FUR-
INEU EN7,A EPIDEMIC
All accounts for work done or goods
supplied In connection with the recent Influenza epidemic which were
authorized by the Provincial or Municipal Authorities must he sent into
cither of the undersigned on or before
Saturday the 21st inst, after which
date no account will he recognized.
N.  A.  WALLINGER,
Government Agent.
THOS.  M.  ROBERTS,
City Clerk.
Cranbrook, B.C., Dec. 12.1918.
Building and
Job Work
GET   IH'll   PRICKS
Clarke & Sainsbury
1'hnne 7» or Hill     P.O. llox SOS
JUST 2 MORE SATURDAUYS, Just 2
More Mondays Till Christmas
W't'. are prepared to entertain every
Lady and Kid, even the most dls-
eriminallng. Our Merrhandlw Is all
displayed for your Inspection and we
defy even the Catalogue Houses to
*how tbe values we are showing.
Ladles nnd Children's  Handkerchiefs
from .*- els. to $\S* each.
Ladies' Boudoir Slippers In all shades.
ladles & Chlldrens Slippers, all sizes
and kinds.
Ladies' Furs In  the latest cape and
stole models.
Ladles'   Coats,   Skirts   and   Blouses
direct from New York.
Ladies' Silk Hosiery In all shades.
Do not overlook this store for It Is
now greater and better than ever
and our decorations wonld do credit
to a city.
CAN  WE  PLEASE YOI' f
CALL AMI RE CONVINCED.
W. D. HILL
The Dry Goods
1
SPECIALIST
THER GIVEN ibut the Board has
filed Tuesday tlie 7th day of January 1919 at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at Its office in the Parliament
Buildings at Victoria, B. C, as the
time and place for the hearing of tlie
said Petitions and the said Application, and tiiat anyone having objections to tlie granting of the said Petitions and or to the approval of the
said Schedule of Tolls may file their
objections in writing in tiie of rice of
the said Comptroller at Victoria B.C.,
or in the office of the said Water Recorder at Wilmer, B, C, or appear
In person aud l>e heard nt tho said
hearing.
Bowser. Reid, Wallbridge,
Douglas & Gibson,
Solicitors for the Columbia Valley
Irrigated  Fruit  Lands  Limited.
Vancouver, B.C.. 26th November. 1918.
WANT ADS.
The rules lor advertisements in till" ml u under n classified head Ih nn
fellows: Three lines, one insertion for He., three Insertions nl the same
ad. ."die, Banter ads hi pro|iorUon...
lil-! STAR SECOND  HANI*  STOKE
List   of   Bargains  this   Week.
Pianoforte- up-to-dalo;   coat   $r.»n:
groat liurguln $2!ir>.
Mngninrcnt Pining Room Suite,
quarter oak; combination china cabinet und buffat; t> chatra, round lablo
(six leaves; condition as now; groat
hiirguln $110.
Wood for Sale
IfJ.inch green IiIui-Kk. uiinplit, :i
Inolttn i'> 12 iiiolioa think : mostly
licit linle pine anil tnmamu; $'-'
a rlok, :: riul-R for Jfl.80.
42-31 O. V.. I'OOTB.
Mission   Huh   lllnlnir   Itnnni   Suite
bargain $s:>.
Two-Manual   Organ,   grand   tone
tost $:iu0; sacrifice "fir,.
STAIl 2nd HAND
IP VOU HAVE ANYTHING TO SELL
Phone 9; If you want to buy anything
Phone 9
Purl net- Wanted—To llln mi
Kiusl nlailll near lown anil worll
witli putty on wooil-atiwiltg rip,.
Address Box 7. Harold ofllco.  I — 11
1 WANTED Girl for general house
work. Apply. Mrs. A. K. Lelteh, Jar-
fray, H. (J. | 41-3-t
TOH SAI.K—Hand-sewing machine, j
tale books, school books.—Apply nl
King   Edward's  School.
$ Gold
#iSoe.p
Gold Soap has the penetrating, sanitary
odor suggestive of real cleanliness. This
odor can be secured only by the use of the
choicest materials fit for the manufacture
of laundry soap. The pleasing odor of
Gold Soap is therefore a sure guide to its
cleaning efficiency. Use Gpld Soap wherever you now use either a laundry or a
yellow naphtha soap and in the same way,—
in hot or cold water. It will do the work
better.
Cold Soap it made in lhe Procter ot Gamble Factor!,,
at Hamihon,\Canada
Old
Wc offer to Cranbrook
Citizens
A Choice and Well Sclcted
Stock of
FRESH GROCERIES and
CHRISTMAS SUPPLIES
At prices to compete favorably with any goods of equal
quality. A call in person solicited or Phone 173. Satisfaction Ouaranteed.
JOHN   MANNING
XMAS GOODS JUST ARRIVED I
Silk Ladles Waists,   (lawns,   Klinoiiiis.   Pane, Handkerchiefs, Hand Painted Chlainiarr, Tables, Chairs, lluslu'ts.
EVERYTHING   Slll.ll   AT   VERY    LOWEST   PRICES
Kinds    of    China and    Japanese    floods    Imported    Direct.
All
DAN YOYN TONG
Dtirick AtpiiiM', al renr of Met Inul M Mmrcli
WAR-SAVINGS STAMPS
The Canadian Government offers intercut-bearing
War-Savings Stamps
Issue of 1919—Payable Jan. 1, 1924
ORDER-IN-COUNCIL P.C. No. 2462 authorizes
the issue of War-Savings Stamps for the purpose of assisting in the financing of Government
expenditures.
As Sir Thomas White, Minister of Finance, points out, W.-S. S.
wll provide "an eicellent investment for small savings; and a
strong incentive to everyday economy."
$5.00 for $4.00
Until January 31it, 1919, War-Saving. Stamp, will be sold by
all Money-Order Port Office., Banks, and other authorited
Afencie., for $4.00 each, and on January let, 1924, Caaada will
pay $5.00 each for them.
Registration Against Loss
A Certificate 1. provided for the purchaser of a W. S. S. On
the certificate are .pace, to which 10 W. S. S. may be affiled.
A certificate bearing one or more W.-S. S. may be registered at
any Money-Order Pott Office, fully protecting the owner against
low by fire, burglary or other cause.
The Certificate alto .hows the Cash Surrender Value or W.-S. S.
at various date, before maturity.
SOLD WIBRKVtR THIS
SIliN IH UISPI.AYF.ll
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of t'nnnilu I,hulled
Office,- smelting and Refining Department
TRAIL, BRITISH COLUMBIA
NMKLTKIIS     AMI     REFINERS
PirclMser of Oold, Silver, Copper, I,end and Zinc Ores.
Tab-mac Brand Pig Lead, milestone, Spelter and Copper
Have Your Own Name
Or Brand Name
Printed on
BUTTER WRAPPERS
THE LAW SAYS THAT VOU MAY NOT SEI.l. BUTTER FROM
A FARM OR THROUGH A STORE Oil MARKET UNLESS IT HAS
THE WORDS "DAIRY BUTTER" PRINTED OX THE WRAPPER,
AS YOU NOW HAVE TO USE PRINTED WRAPPERS WHY NOT
HAVE YOUR OWN NAME OR THE BRAND .NAME PHINTED ON
THE WRAPPER AS WELL AND IX THAT WAY GAIN VALUABLE
ADVERTISING. IE PURCHASERS OF VOUR BUTTER WHO LIKE
ITS QUALITY DON'T KNOW WHO MAKES IT THEY CANT KNOW
WHAT BRAND TO ASK FOR WHEN THEY WANT TO BUY TIIE
SAME KIND AGAIN.
According to Hie Dominion
government regulations till
tanner* who Hell hllltol'
either lo the "lore.-, or pit
vately, are roqtllrod to have
it prnpertly rovereil in a
wrapper on which MUST
uuiionr in prnmlnonl loiter
the wiiiiIh
"DAIRY BUTTER"
The fact Ik al.-o otliphaal-od
that all butler In nut ll
pachngCH must lie of tho full
net weight of sixteen oii'i' oa
mid in default of Hnme a I'lne
of from $10 In *:io for onrii
offense Ih Itnposod. Whey
Butter must he ho lahollod
oven when mixed with dairy
batter aad dairy hotter ro-
taiaa its label even though it
ho mixed with the creamery
product.
YOI' CAN BE SUPPLIED WITH
NEATLY- PRINTED WRAPPERS
Mil! vorit BUTTER AT THE
HERALD PRINTING OFFICE. Foil
P'OI LOW I Ml I'll ICES:
Pnpor nmi i'litiiinit
Included
'.Mill Wnippers f«r .. P.W<*0
'im Wrappers for ..     «!U»i>
IIIOO V* uppers for ».">.0ll
These prices Include both lhe
Paper which Is thehesl nhtnlnahle
for lhe |iiir|inse. and lhe printing.
V*E CAS SHIP IMMEDIATELY (IN MilTH'T OK OHPEIt
CRANBHOOK  HERALD
"QUALITY PRINTERS"
Baler Street, Crai-bruok, British Columbia
PRICES   SUBJECT  TO   CHANGE,   OWING   TO  THE   IRREGULAR
CONDITIONS OF THE  PAPER MARKET

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