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Array THE CRANBROOK HERALD
Victoria
.iHiveii .'•iimiiiA
VOLUME 20
CRANBROOK.   BRITISH COLUMBIA,
THURSDAY.   DECEMBER   Sth,   !»1«
HUNS MAY GET A  JOLT
i •»■»■». 1*. in 'to. "ft H*. 10. T4V 1
THAT Will WAKE THEM UP IF THEg^ggP
MONKEYING   WITH   THE  TERMS  OF  THE  ARMISTICE.
ARMISTICE NOT 10
IE
\\\\ MAV hi: mi n:i>
on SVNDAV, m:c.
sth
Undon, Doo, 8,—Marshal Fooh ImR
Kent a new ultimatum in tiio Gorman
itrmiHtice doiegnies demanding that
(Jermany give up the renl of tho locomotives agreed lo, according to an
Ktchuuge Telegraph dispatch, from
Copenhagen transmitting advices from
Berlin.
Math las firsberger, leader of tiio
German armistice commission, protested that lt wns Impossible and
asked for a respite Tlie ultimatum
expired Monday forenoon with what
result it has not hoou learned,
London, Dee* 3.—a Renter's dispatch from Berlin today confirms the
delivery of the ultimatum, the time
limit of which Is 24 hours. It says
Mathlas Erzberger (of tlie German
armistice commission) offered to deliver nil locomotives as soon ns thoy
were repaired. German newspapers,
adds the dispatch, points out there Is
no hope ot prolonging tlie armistice
and that it Is likely the Allies will
occupy Germany,
The foregoing comes ns an add
to a London dispatch which has not
been received. It appears lo indicate
the delivery of nn Allied ultimatum
to Germany for non-compliance with
armistice terms with a threat to pro-
coed with the oeoupatlon of Germany
if these are not complied with.
At a mooting ol de board of health
hold lust nigh I the flu situation wns
, considered   and   it   was   decided   that
conditions are so  Improved  Dial   un-
less Bomo fresh development bf ihe
', nat urn of a  relapse  takes  place the
' ban   will end nt midnight Saturday.
j Dec. 7th.   This decision of course Ih
j contingent upon tho approval of thc
Provincial Hoard of Health.
IMTKII THANKSGIVING
,   ami riiAisi: si:itvict:
As announced  last  week a im'ted
service   of   praise   and   thanksgiving
I will   be  held  in   lhe  Auditorium  111*
i first, Sunday evening after the hoc is
j lilted.    It is expected  that tho ban
' will bo taken off all public meeting)
I ou Saturday night at lli o'clock.   If
! thai is done the national thanksgiving
j service will be held next Sunday.
i    This is not only a call front   the
; clergy, but it is a national call.   The
I voice of lhe clergy has lost consldor-
, able   of  its   power   and   volume  aud
i docs not now  reach as many as it
should by about live hundred per cent,
but Ibe cnli of the nation is universal.
That Auditorium should be packed to
tlie doors nnd then some on the occasion   of   ("ran brook's   Thanksgiving
service.
Local Overflow
Dry Wood—give us your orders.
Cranbrook Trading Co.
"Overcoats, cheap, goou as new, nil
sizes, at the Cranbrook riear>erf. 4fi-1t
Apples—Remember Mcintosh Reds
ut Cranbrook Trading Co.. nlso Wag-
ners. Winter Bananas. Jonathans, etc
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Keefe are on n
visit to Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Keefa;
nt Nelson
After having the "flu" have your
clothes French dry rlenned at the
Cranbrook Cleaners, that will remove
all contagious germs,   Phone 1;".
It Is nol definitely settled but the
probabilities are that ibe Public
School Ronrd will not re-open the
schools until nfter tho Xm:is holidays.
Piano and Theory lessons by
arrangement Phono 404 or box
428—Mrs. Van Braam, 237 Burwell Avenue. 46-tf.
nOHKT  OF   REVISION   TO
Hi:   IIKI.H   OKI KMIllll   Hill)
The city council held a short session Inst Thursday evening, Aldermen Eakln and MacKinnon, together
willi the Mayor, were appointed to
sit an a court of+revislon for the
purpose of Correcting nnd revising the
v.JlOT8'*L*st for 1M», al tbe City Hull,
on Tuesday. Dec. Id. ar 10 a.m.
The following accounts were ordered to be paid: Crnnbrook Herald
$39.92; Cranbrook ISlootrtc Light CO.,
$204.80; City Transfer & Warehouse
Co.. $328.0?;; Cranbrook Susb * Door
Co., Ltd.. $8.40; Cassels, R.. $36.00;
Corbin Coal & Cuke Co., Ltd.. $209.65;
Copeland Chatterson Co. $156.10; Crnnbrook Trading Co. $48-80; Hanson
Oarage. $8.60; Kootenay Telephone
Lines $18.35; Little ■£ Atchison $12.90;
MUchel, \\\. $95.00; McNeill, R C„
$7(iS7; McBride, J. D.. jio.fln; Macdonald & Nlsbet $118.60; Nibloek. G.
B.. $92.00;. Noble, A. P.. $10.00: Salaries Ciiy officials $877.B0j police
$835.00, fire dept. $381.00, engineers
$481.26, school $2002.65: O'Hoarn, w.
$65.00; Patmore Bros, MS.60; Parks
fi Co Jit 17: Parrett, T N . $169.70;
Rutledgs, J. w , $24.00; sundry cash
payments $116.20; Wing, ■'. $3.00;
West   &   Brown,  $84.60
Ii Will UUI
UP IHE ran
Dr. Michaol Clarke, M P. km- Red
Deer, Alia., during  Ihe course of   a
patriotic address in Wesley Motliodlsl
Church, Calgary, Inst Sunday, said:
"We need to cultivate the soldiers'
appetite for work. There are too
many Of those who arc afflicted With
n desire to gel something thoy never
worked for, There wns no question
of the 8-hour day with the soldier.
When the first Canadian troops went
into tiie trenches they stood for 51 !
hours in wnter up to tlieir waists. Let I
us try to do something reasonable
approaching this. Canadian citizen-,
sliip will linve to brace itself for work'
in the days thnt are before us. nnd if |
you and I want to reproduce In our
lives something of tlie spirit of the
men who went over there, wc must
work for it—yes. worn, if we are to
he worthy to live In the land from
whicli they went. We must have
something of the sacrificial spirit of
these men. ton. Tlie kaiser is small
enough now, nnd need not worry ua
any more, but kniserism is still with
us. Do you know what wns wrong
with the kaiser'.' He wanted more
thnn wus coming to him, but beats fas I
heing cured of the malady. Evory
now and then Ood Almighty afflicts
the world with these kind of lunatics,
Alexander the Great and Napoleon
had a willing nnd enthusiastic follower In the kaiser, who made tbose
men his life's study. Had lie the
wisdom of Moses he would have
looked to the finish of iliese men nnd
taken care, but he. like them, went
headlong to disaster, seeking his
own selfish aims. Thai's katserism-
seifislmesB. That's what we have to
weed out now. It's not a new disease, but it's n fatal ono. (If I keep
on like Ibis much longer I would
very likely turn on my tariff tap
iind that would be an awful shame,)
We have got to dig katserlsm out of
our Rational life und see thai there is
social mid class justice or we will he
the shoddies! democracy on the lace
nf (be earth.
M.KY'S (HI Kill  XMAS
SAI.K   IS   l'OST|M»\KO
Owing io tlie influenza bail not being lifted as expected, the Ladies of
Si. Mary's Church are postponing
tlieir Xmas sale to the earliest date
possible. Watch "The Palm" for further   notice.
(Ml \TY COURT IN
SESSION AT KERN IK
iDistrict Lodger, Nov. il'ii
Itis   Honor  Judge   Thonips'ui,    yf
tiie  county  court,   held  sittings  yes-'
lerduy nnd  today ni  ihe  provincial
conn house, pernio.   0, G. Phillips, an
old time resident  of the Fort St«ele
district, was accused of wilfully kill-;
ing n horse.   Tho court found Phillips I
guilty and let him go on suspended
sentence.    The nlleged offence  was
committed in September and an appeal
will probably be taken.
Thre up peals from convictions In
magistrate courts under the Prnhlbi-j
tion Act came before the court, Tiie
appeal of O'llourkc, a case from Flagstone, was sustained on the ground
thai due notice had not been served
upon O'Rourke by the crown.
In the case of the crown vs.
VIggatinna, another liquor case, there
wns considerable discussion regard -
ing the meaning of the word have, us
used lu the statute, and His Honor
reserved judgment".
in tho case of'ihe crown vs.^Plat-
head hotel company, another discussion arose as to the meaning of the
word party, as used In Iho Prohibition
Act. und the court also reserved his
decision.
lu a case of Fularle vs. Drevinnch,
in which a charge of forgery is pending, decision was nlso reserved.
EIEEI FOCH
London, Dec. 2nd.—Stirring scenes
were witnessed in Downing street
today when Ihe representatives of
(Ireut Britain. France and Italy
assembled lo discuss the preliminaries of the pence conference. It
was understood Hint the fate of the
former German emperor* nnd the
question of making Germany pay
the full hill were before the meeting.
By the time the representatives
arrived) Downing Street was tilled
to overflowing with n great crowd of
spectators. First to arrive was
Marshal Foch. and ns Ills enr, decked
In the French colors, wheeled up to
the premier's residence the crowd,
instantly recognizing tho gallant
figure of tlie commander-in-chief of
ihe Allied armies, pressed around
the car shouting "Bravo, Foch!" Marsha) Foch stepped quickly from the
car and disappeared fnlo tiie house,
M. Clemeneenu. tlie French premier, followed almost immediately,
and ibe crowd surged around him
on the pavement, cheering and shouting, with cries of "Good old tiger!"
and "Viva Clemeneenu!''
For two hours the mass of people
remained, singing Ihe national anthem, tile Marseillaise aud Rule Britannia, until the door of No. 10 opened
and (lie mnrshnl appeared. The exit
wus lhe signal for r renewal of the
cheering, and again a rush wns made
for his car, many even trying to shake
hands witli him. He stood alone ou
the step, acknowledging the welcome
with a grateful smile; then the car
drove quickly away.
KIKMHSH KHt'EIiTY
TO BRITISH PRISONERS    ,     „J2P?2 JIV**
London.   Nov.   28.   (British    Wire-
less).- -An official   statement    issued
today  says  that  filuofl  the  armistice;
wns
lll-OOl)  HY  MAN  SUA I.I,
IIIS   BLOOD   UK   S1IKO
London.   Nov.   .10.—If   returned    to
Cider for Xmas Cake Peels. Nuts,!       XMAS   PMM'KKS   RKSKliVKO
Currants. Raisins, etc, nt Cranbrook —	
Trading Co. shop   Karly!     Do   your   Christmas
                          I buying early     We will take care of
MIbh Humspy will open after all your parcels nnd deliver them the
the ChrifttnwK holidays n kind- day in fore Xmas si MbffattS Variety
ergarleii   and primary school.) store
\$ot particulars phone 867. 4fitf: _	
FOR HALE—One three-burner Florence Automatic Oil Cooking Range
with small oven und conl oil can.
Only used two months. On view nl
Park's Hardware
KVKKVN   1VKU.S   HI RIKO
AT    ClUaKYi
Straw, Prairie Hay, Timothy Hay.
Alfalfa, Oats, Wheat, torn nnd all
other Seeds, -Cranbrook Trading Co
WII.NON  AIHIHKSKKS (llM.lt.vSS
ON I'.S. PART l> THK tt Wi
Washington. Dee. 1—In an address
to rongretis In Joint session to-day
President Wilson formally announced
his intention to go lo Paris for Hie
pence conference, unying the allied
governments linve accepted principles
nf onumiution by him Tor peace nnd
it is his paramount duty to be present.
The president snld he will he in
close touch by cable and wireless and
that congress will know nil that Is
going on on the other side.
Referring to his announcement that
tho French and British governmeni
bod removed nil cable restriction upon the transmission of news of the
conference to America, the president
said he hud taken over the American
systems on export advice so as to
make a unified system nvnllnhle,
He expressed the hope that ho
"would hove the co-operation of the
public and of congress saying that
through the cnbles and wireless constant counsel and advice would he
possible. He said he hoped to see a
formal declaration of peace by treaty,
"hy Ihe time spring has enme."
(Calgary  lloraldi
The funeral of   Kvetyn   Wells,    the
ii-vcar-i.td   daughter   Ol   Mr    and
Mrs   Fred Wells, who formerly resided
m Crnnbrook, look plaee on Wednesday afternoon from Armstrong's fun-
oral parlors in thc Union cemetery,
The Utile girl hnd luen ill about a
week wiih Inftlientri, followed by
pneumonia  when deuth ennut.
Many benullful floral ninnies from
friend*' expressed ihelr sympathy,
Fancy and  Hall-room Dancing  taught,   For  particulars
phono 40*1 or box 428.— Mrs.
Van Braam, 4fi-tf
CANADIANS  I'BKPAIUXfl
TO   ENTER  flERMANY
Toronto, Nov. 2"*.---The Telegram
has the following special cable from
Loudon:
"Canada's troops nre preparing for
their triumphal entry Into Germany,
EJvery battalion and unit to participate wilt march in with flying colors
und hands playing. Consequently
there hns beon a general reclaiming
of ull the regimental colors which
were left in various churches and cathedrals In the British Islos since the
beginning of the war. when various
battalions committed their sacred
regimental flags amid solemn ceremony to the safe keeping of the
church until they came buck trom
the war.
T 11 K   li A V
(The authcfi of thte mbgnlflcertt
poem is Mr. Henry Chnppell. a rail-J
wny porter at Rath. Mr. Chappel is'
known to his comrades as the "Bath
Railway Poef A poem such as this'
lifts him to the rank of n national
poet,)
Vou boasted the Day and you toasted '
the Day.
And now tlie Day lias come.
Blasphemer, braggart and coward all.
Little yon reck of the numbing ball,
The  blasting  shell,   or   the  "White
arm's" fall,
As thoy speed poor humans home,    j
Ynu spied for the Day, you lied for
the Day.
And woke the Day's red spleen
Monster, who asked God's aid Divine-
Then   strewed   His   sens   with    the ]
ghastly mine;
Not all the waters of all ihe Rhine
Can wash ihy foul hands clean.
Vou dreamed for the Day, ynu schemed for tlie Day:
Watch how ihe bay will go,
Slayer of age and youth nnd prime.
I Defenceless slain for never a crime)
Thou nre steeped in blood ns a botf
in slime,
False friend and cnwnrdiy foe.
Von ItttVO sown for the Dny. you linve j
grown for lhe Day;
Vours is tlie Harvest red.
('an you hear the groans and ilie aw-j
ful cries?
Can yon see the heap of slain that lies j
Aud   sightless   turned  to   the  flame-
split skies
The glassy eyes of the dead?
Vou have wronged for the Day, you
have longed for the Dny
That lit the awful flame.
TIs nothing lo you that hill and plain
Yield sheaves of dead men nmid the
grain;
That widows mourn  for their loved
ones slain,
And mothers curse thy name.
Uni after the Dny there's a price to;
pay
For the sleepers under the snd,
And Ho yon have mocked for many
0 day-
Listen, nnd hear what He bus to say:
"Vengeance Is Mine, I will repay".
What can you nay to Ood?
signed 444 British officers and power it will be the coalition govern-
8,360 men of other ranks, former ment's policy to insist upon the per-!
prisoners, have arrived at Hull from sonal accountability or the kaiser for j
Holland and Germany. 55 off'?—.- r nd- the crimes for which be personally;
S.L'Ui men nf other ranks at Dover, was responsible. Sir Frederick B,
and 500 at London. | Smith, British attorney-general, stat-'
The statement says ibe proles! of | ed in an election speech at Winbourne
the British governmeni with regard j . Sir Frederick suid the govern-
to the ill-treatment of British piis- ment was determined that the kaiser
oners has been communicated to the j should be given an opportunity to nn-'
German government, and Hint the swer the charges which hnd been pre- j
German authorities replied thai the If erred against him respecting the sub-
German high command wns doing all! marine murders und outrage-! on prls-
in its power to deliver prisoners in I oners, and the government was equal-1
good condition, but that the severity! ly determined to make the criminal?
of tlie armistice conditions presented
difficulties.
The German  high  command  Inter
wus informed that no excuse would
ho accepted by  the   British   government,    and    that    full    recompense I coalition government to punish Ger-
would he exacted for any unnecessary many, which had broken every law.!
suffering    of   British    prisoners   of  human and divine, said Sir Frederick. :
war.    To  this the Germans  replied      The attorney-general said Jhnt   In |
Hint  they would do their utmost   to! regard  to the interned Germans, It
alleviate the conditions of prisoners, i was the   government's   intention   to
"ne sergeant, who had been a prls-1 send them back to Germany.
oner for seven months, spoke bitterly i u,^ mm (;„]||,
of un enforced march nfter his cap-      .. .,
., ,,    .        Newcastle, Eng.. Nov.  80.— In   a
ture,     For   tour   days,   Tie   said,   the
prisoners had virtually nn solid food,; s,,eeoh   «««vered   here this  evening  I
and when thoy arrived nt camp they  Premier Lloyd George, dealing with !
were put right to work burying men | the question nf thf
who hnd died   from   stirvntlon.    In
CHRISTMAS GOODS
NOW   ON   DISPLAY
Gifts for Ladies
Fancy Linen and Lawn, Hand Embroidered Handkerchiefs in Christmas Boxes. Ladies Boudoir Capi. Fancy Handmade Novelties. Sewing Bags, Knitting
Bags. Etc.
Indies' Pure  Silk  Hosiery  in  All Shades
Ladies' Dress Slippers it Bedroom Slippers
Gifts for Men
A Good Range of  Necktie*. Mufflers,
Linen [Handkerchiefs widf Initials,
Fancy Sets containing Braces Armbands and Garters.   Silk Hoee. Fine
Wove Hose and Sweater Coats
MANY FANCY AND  USEFUL GIFTS
FOR THE KIDDLES
McCreery Bros.
CfHNBIIOaX'S 03f C030S AND CLOTHING  STORES
pay the penalty.
It would make no distinction between the occupants of high office
and those in humble places.
It  was also the Intention of   the
r~
the
responsibility for
invasion  of Belgium,  said    the
one week 16 out of 100 died.  Xo pity | „ ... . ...
. ■•'  British   government   had   comu ted
or leniency wa:* shown to men who,
some nf  iho greatest  jurists of   fhe
were unable to work through   sickness.   Only blows and tho usual pun-
kingdom, ami that tlicy had nminim-
Ishment of half rations were   given : ously and definitely arrived ul  tbe
them.
~>
HEATERS
Wheat   14.1.5 cwt.. $78.00 ton,
Cranbrook Trading Co.
a non-commissioned officer of the
Royal Army Medical corps .inid that
the worst sight he saw was near
Solssons. He was working In a hospital wliere English prisoners were
While still alive, a mun was put Into
a coffin, and some Germans were pre- !
poring to nail the lid of the coffin
down,
"I protested," said the officer, "that j
tlie man was not dead, but I was
laughed nt and pushed to one side.
The Germans proceeded with their
gruesome task, and afterwards Informed mo Hint thoy hnd nailed tho
coffin ltd down with four and six
inch nnlls."
Another man who said he had been
captured right months ago described
the murder of nn officer In a prison ;
camp near the Aisne.
"In the camp one dny," he snld. "I
saw a British officer being bullied hy
u German sentry. The German soldier was demanding the officer's
boots, hut the officer refused lo pari
with them. Alter a little further argument the German soldier shot the;
officer and took the boots from him
ns ho lay dying on the ground "
conclusion that, in their judgment, tbe
former emperor was guilty of an in- j
diet able offence for which ho ought'
to be held responsible
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^
An Exquisite Line
of TOILET   PREPARATIONS
"MINTY'S" just arrived.
A   "Full   Line"   of   suitable   and
sensible  CHRISTMAS   Presents
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n PAGE TWO
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
THURSDAY,   DECEMBER   Btll,   1918
CRANBROOK   HERALD
Published Every Thursday by
TIIK  CRAISBttOOK  HER AID,   LIMITED
\V. A. MYERS,     :     ;      :      :      :       Managing Editor
Advertising  Rates on  application.   Changes for Advertising MUST be In
this   office    Wednesday   noon   thevnrreiit   neck   in   secure   intention.
CRANBROOK, BRITISH CODUMBIA, THURSDAY, PEOgMBRR   oth, 1918
GET BUST, KEEP Bl'HY,
PROI1UCE TO THE
I SOME OF OIK BOTH GOOD
UMI I I IMMIGRATION AGENTS
Kxtruet from the Monthly Commercial Letter issued by the Canadian
Rank of Commerce:
"The coming of peace will not justify any relaxation in our efforts to
increase the thrift and economy of Hie
nation in order to keep the public
purse tilled. Sighting may soon end,
but our men will require to "stand
lo" for an indefinite period until many
difficult international problems have
been settled, and in the meantime the
wur-racked aud devastated countries
of Europe must be supplied witli many
necessaries. In providing these tbe
burden of the financial nld required
will fall upon those of the Allies wbo
are able to supply the necessary funds
from their own resources."
IMIVT LET VO| K 111.000 11011,.
Don't got hot In the iboler; save
your surplus heat for the cold winter
days, many of which are sure to come
Upon us before spring, although it
don't look much like li at the present
time. November has come and gone
and there is no winter yet. and no
signs of winter, not. even on Hie horizon, but there is snow on the mountains surrounding us and there soon
will be snow on tlie ground beneath
our feet. And there will be plenty of
ice for skating and curling. The curling rink will soon be opened and the
playful Scotchmen will soon be bawl-
lug 'Take the (h) in turn and raise
e"." "Soop her up". "Let her be,
let her be," etc., etc. You will then
need nil ynuve got of the rich red
blood that courses througb your veins
to keep you comfortable and glowing
with health'
This is a diversion. Wo started out
to say that no true Englishman should
get mad because we referred to the
fact, or be ashamed because lie became
so overjoyed at the cessation of hostilities and collapse of tlie Huns, as
to get drunk. Tbe most natural thing
in the world, under tin* circumstances
—for nn Englishman, or a Scotchman,
or nn Irishman, or a Canadian, or an
Italian, or a Frenchman, or even for
an alien enemy, as it must have come
os a great relief after over four years
of tbe most desperate and bloody
fighting Ihe world has ever seen.
Why, we know for a fact that there
were lubsful of the most aristocratic
Knglish blue blood overheated with
alcohol on "The Day" »e celebrated
the unconditional surrender of the
German army to Marshall Foch and
t)i<? delivery of tbe German fleet to
Admiral Ueatty, and tne Temperature
wus not allowed to become normal in
Instances too multitudinous for enumeration, for several days, Fool or no
fool, it was almost the unanimous
verdict of public opinion that the
event justified the Indiscretion
Our soldier hoys are beginning to
return, after lour years of strenuous
fighting, during which time they covered themselves with glory, made the
reputation of being tiie finest fighting
corps ou the battlefields of Europe,
saved the situation lu April. 1916,
When they prevented the Germans
from marching on Calais; drove the
enemy from Vlmy Ridge and Passch-
eudule; broke down the lasl of the
Hun offensive at Amiens; wore tlie
firsi to break through tlie Hiudcnhurg
line; the first io enter Cambral aud
Valenciennes, and fired the hist shot
at Mons, before the terms of armistice
were signed by the envoys Of the German government, Tlieir valor and accomplishments have become the admiration of the world and we nre
proud of them. They were kept victorious, patient and chivalrous and
now they are being returned to us.
God iias blessed our brave Canadian
soldier boys.
Many of them went away as adolescent youths and now some of them
are returning as married men. They
have married some of the sweetest
English ladles and are bringing home
their wives to make Canada more
Drltish than ever. This last act more
than any other shows tlieir loyalty to
the British crown and tlieir love for
tbe British flag, the Union Jack, the
flag that floats over tlie greatest empire the world has even seen; greater
now than ever it has been; but not
ho great as it fs destined to become.
There fs a charm about the real
English lady that is irresistible. It
fs tlte only tiling ln Europe that has
been able to conquer tlie Canadian
Soldier. The charm Is indefinable,
bul It Is none tlie less renl because
it is so intangible. Ft fascinates;
It entrances; it captivates; but it docs
not enthral. It has a liberating and
ennobling quality that is more than
anything else responsible for tiie supremacy of the British race. The Grand
Fleet may be and Is tlie first line of
defence of the British empire, but
what makes the Empire most worthy
of defending is its British womanhood. Long may she live to rule over
the bravest hearts that have ever beaten within the breasts of num.
ESTABLISHED    1875
IMPEWALRANK.
OF CANADA
CAPITAL PAID UP, $7,000,000.       RESERVE FUND, $7,000,000
SUCCESS •■«
A Mvinia Account fieiditt the Udder of succeu.    Every branch of thii bonk ha*
a laving! department.    Inure it allowed al current rait.
CRANBROOK BRANCH,
B. E. HOWARD,
Mann ger.
there are fine sheets of ice, but they
ure too far away for the youngsters
under ten or twelve. There could be
nothing better provided tor the kiddies during the winter than au open
air rink. A flu germ or any other
enemy to robust health could not get
past tlie barricade thus set up. If it
Is tlie city council that has the suy-so,
now fs the time to get busy.
LOOKING BACKWARD
Ono ol tho great mistakes of tbe war
was iu draining the country of all its
pure young Canadian and British
blood and leaving all the wrecks behind to rebuild and reproduce the nation, Of tlie 400,000 mon who reached
the battlefields from Canada, .50,000
are dead, fiO.OOO more are incapacitated for life and upwards of 100.000
others have been Injured moro or less
severely.
If alt the old stiffs, like the editor
of the (.'ranbrook Herald and thousands of others thut we could mention,
who have done their share in both
empire building and reproducing tlieir
kind had been taken, and tbe thousands of young weaklings who are
neither fit to reproduce the nation
nor Inclined to Increase its wealth,
bad been drafted into tiie army, there
might liavo been more of us killed,
but wc would have fought tin- Hun
to a standstill and young Canada Instead of old Canada would have been
saved. We will surely feel tho effects
of this drain for generations to come.
DO
The  minister  of   labor  has  been
speaking on  what must  be done to
prevent panic conditions.   That's easy.
Abolish all   special   privilege,    past.
present and future, and give a square
deal to all.   There would be such an !
increase in  production   that no    one.
would have time to go into a panic [
and the war debt would be paid off j
as easily as water duns down hill.
Can the ex-kaiser be extradtcted,
from Holland? We are no authority j
on international law, but we venture J
to say that If John Bull, through Admiral Beatty says "Come out of It",
he'll come.
OPK\   Allt  SKATING   KINK   FOR
TIIK KNllMKN
By ull means let us have un open
air skating rink for the kiddies.   We
| understand that the flat where   thc
1 Chuteauipin   was   held   this   summer
can   be  flooded  by   simply   damming
i up the creek thnt flows past it aud
| that a splendid skating rink can thus
be provided right In the centre of the
city.   There are several places within
a couple of miles of Cranbrook where
l
The talk about sinking the German
fleet that has been surrendered to the
Allies, because the division of it among
the victorious nations would cause In
curable jealousies and dissensions, is
all damn foolishness. Enough vessel
have gone to the bottom of the sea
already. Canada could do with
Seidlttz, or a Kaiser or a Hlndenhurg
and some of the smaller vessels and
a dozen submarines or so just to make
up a squadron on both the Atlantic
and the Pacific to help out the Nlobe
and the Rainbow.
4*44
The t.trt'nim I r.nd lii<>h lot is popular with mttiy men who want a roomy wt'lf-fi'tin'sho?,
Blitcher: hind1 or brown fealhm, $d io $ro.
Better Value for Your Money
TI (F. size and tlie resources of the producer have .1 hi}- effect upon
values. A larpe volume of business reduces thc cost per unit of
product.-Great buying power means 1 lie ability lo secure materials well in advance, and al lowest prices.
Ames Holden McCready supply thc shoe requirements of a large
part of the Canadian public. More than 5,000 dealers, in all sections of
the country, sell A.ll.M. s!:oes. No other Canadian shoe house has
anything lik this volume of output.
And iii .".nancinl resources this company occupies the same dominant position. It is able to place contracts for materials far in advance of actual requirements, and at better prices than would be
possible for smaller purchases. These facts are important in normal
times; they are doubly import an I now.
ThcA.H.M. trade-mark on a shoe is a warranty of value based
upon the large output and greatest buying power.
r\.H.i~   War-Time Selections offer Special Service Value
for Men, lfo„icn and Children. Ash your dealer for then).
AMES HOLDEN McCREADY
LIMITED
Shoemakers to thc Nation
Whin ynu r-liv Shom§ took for—
I- &--
I AHA I
' WINN1PW;     EDIION TON    VANCOUVER
"this Tradt-nuirk on ivory s
SUGGESTIONS FOK TIIK
RECONSTRUCTION   PERIOD
The following article is taken trom
thc editorial columns of the Loth-
bridge Herald. Il is the tlnoBt tiling
we liavo seen on tlie reconstruction
period and we think timt everybody
in Canada should read it. in fact it
Should he read the wide world over,
therefore we pass it on to our readers
for their perusal and meditation. Head
it nnd think lt over:
"We have entered upon a aoolal
war, in which the aristocracy of tho
future will be men who have done
something for humanity aud for their
nations. There will be no rich or
poor classes. Thc rich mon are learning this—and 1 nm a rich man, I'm
told. But there has never been a
tlmo in my life that I had the sense
of possession or that my riches gave
me any happiness. It is tlie doing of I
something useful that lias made mo,
happy."
These words were uttered by none
other than nn American multi-million. ;
aire and a great industrial leader,
Chas, M.Sehwab. That lust sentence:
If moulded into a motto for every man ]
woman and child would rrcate a new
world. And why shouldn't useful ser-
vice to tlie world bo our ideal. Life
may be long or short to us, but is it!
worth wliile ai all, if we fall to serve
our fellows in some way or other and
leave the world a little better fori
some service to others we have-performed,
One man may make tho attainment,
of riches his whole object in life, He
cares not how he obtains wealth and
when lie has it, he uses it only for
selfish ends, a life of luxury for himself; and an inheritance for his family afterward. He dies and nobody
cares. He served no one hut himself.
There are countless cases of this character. These men leave no monuments except those they designate to j
he built with their own nipiiey in
some beautiful cemetery.
Gladstone, Lincoln, Lloyd George,
Clemenceau- and a world full of others, made service for others t heir
ideal. Death does not wipe out their
memories, It does not even end their
usefulness. They serve long after
the grave has closed upon thorn.
During the war service has shone
above everything else. Men and
women huve tolled at home and fur
from home, in a life of service not to
themselves, but to humanity. No selfish ends were served, no wealth wns
iu sight, except the wealth of satisfaction with service willingly and
gladly performed. That form of service won the war for the allies.
We face the future, not knowing
what may happen. Tlie world ls undergoing transformation. If we build
our lives on selfishness the world will
be no better, but if we carry into it
the ideal of service, as we practiced
It from 1914, then It will be a new and
a better world and many of the seemingly difficult problems will disappear. When rich and poor, old and
young, accept the Schwab sentiment
of "doing something useful" for the
country, then happiness will reign,
obstacles will be more easily over.
come, and problems more easily solved.
Who are the men and women worth
while In our own community? Are
they not the men and women who unselfishly serve others ? We have many
of them about us! The war has developed fine spirits at home us well
as ln the battlefields. It ls to these
men and women we must look for aid
and leadership in the reconstruction
period. They have no selfish ends to
serve, service to their fellow citizens,
their community nnd the betterment
of the world are to them the great
ideals. With those Ideals dominating
our lives the reconstruction period
can be brnvely mot and safely and
satisfactorily   passed   through.
GLASSES
It may be that your eyes are becoming weak and you are afraid to acknowledge It. That Is the way with a
good many people, both old and young.
Tlie young particularly seem afraid to
admit their falling sight, but Is no
novelty nowadays and certainly no
disgrace. Wo will remedy any defective eyesight and guarantee satlsfac
lion. Delays are dfttlgermiH- como lo-
day.
Raworth Bros.
OPTICIANS
Next  lo  tiio  POBtOftlCO.
Jameson's
BAKING   POWDER
Feather Light
JAMESON'S
JAVA AND   MOCHA
COFFEE
JAMESON'S
TEA
JAMESON'S
EXTRACTS
The liners  are  the  Con-
noiseiirs.
niMOXIISIIN.S DANCE OIK IIKNTHA
Mun 0|H'ii for engagement*.    One l<>
Four Ptecoi
Tho Mtnlc witli the PHI*.    For Tormi
Apply
•HIS. HISIONIISIIN
or phone '."io ('raolirook. II. r.
iVOill EN'S INSTITUTE
Meets In tbo
Parish Hall
lirst Tuesday
afternoou of
every month
nt 3 p.m.
Pits., Mra. E.
H. Leaman
Secy, Mr.». J. W. Burton, P. O. Box 021.
All luilles co-dlully Invited.
LAIIILAW * DEWOLF
Mill and Mining Knglaeera
II. C. Land Nurreyors
CRANBROOK, B. C.
Ilrs. Green & MiirKlniioii
I'liysli-lnns umi Surgeons
nm.-.   nt  rostdonco, Armstrong
Avi'imti
office nouns
Foroiiooim   9.00 in in.oo
Alton s   L'.oo to   -.00
Bvonlngs   7,:io lo  8.30
HniiiinyH     2.30 tn   4.30
CRANBROOK, B.C,
The Imperial
Cafe
OPES F 1(031 0 a.m. to in ji.ni.
Best 3leals     .     Quick Service
SAVINGS  CAMPAIGN  TO
BE    MAINTAINED
Tlie cessation of hostilities and the
jiosslhle return of peace in tlie near
future has not materially altered the
plan of tlie Dominion Government to
inaugurate a war savings campaign
here similar to t hat which is in operation In Great Britain and In the
United States. Particulars regarding
the plan have just lieen made public,
Tlie Government wfll issue war snv-
Ingfl stumps and thrift stamps. These
are respectively inserted in folders
Which are called "War Savings Cert-1
iflcates,' and "Thrift Cards." The
war savings stamps are redeemable
on the 1st of Jnnunry. ID24, at tlieir.
face value.
The face value of each war savings
stamp is $f*. No interest is paid on lt|
but it Is purchased nt a discount Increasing gradually from now until
maturity, five years hence. The yield
obtained is a little belter than 4%
per cent. The cost of n ?5 certificate
in December, 1918, or January, 1919. i
is S4. Prom then onwards It Increases nt tho rate of one cent per
month until June, 1921, when the cost
ia $4.29. Thenceforward the monthly
increment in cost is two cents until
November, 1923. In December. 1923,
tiie cost becomes $4.90.
Tlie war savings certificate contains spaces for ten war savings
stamps bo that it will have a maximum value of $50 upon lhe 1st of
January, 1924. The certificate forms
are not, of course, issued separately
but the purchaser secures one upon
buying the first war savings stamp
and fills in tlie remaining nine spaces
as he purchases further stamps.
Tlie purpose of thc thrift stamps Is
merely to facilitate the necomulntion
of sufficient savings to acquire n war
savings stamp. Each thrift stamp ls
for 2f> cents and the thrift card eon-
tain sixteen spaces, so that when
completely filled it will have a face
value of $4. This would just purchase a thrift stamp at the present
time and also during tlie year 1919
with a small additional cost. These
thrift stamps bear no Interest. They
cannot be registered, as can war
savings stamps. The purpose, therefore, ls merely a temporary' one. The j
thrift card containing the thrift j
stamps cannot be surrendered for :
cash, and have value only in so furl
as when complete. They may be exchanged for a war savings stamp
which when placed In a certificate
form iius value. In case the holder
of a war savings certificate wishes
to receive his money before 1911. he
can redeem Ills Investment according
to exactly the same scale to which
he makes his purcltaao.—Monetary1
Times.
i. o.o. r.
KKV CITY LODGE, No. 43
Meets   every
Monday night
 _      at Fraternity
Mall.      Sojourning    Oddfellows
cordially Invited.
R. II. McPhee,      J.W. Spence,
Secy.
NO.
llll. F. II. MII.ES
IIENTIST
Ofllce in lluuuon Block
OFFICE HOURS
0 lo 12. a.m.
1  to    5  p.m.
CRANBROOK, B. C,
CKAMIRU0K   COTTAGE
HOSPITAL
Prlvnti' Nursing Homo
Licensed by Provincial  Govt.
Maternity and (ienrrul Nursing
Massage uud Rest Cure, Highest
References, terms moderate.
Apply Mrs. A. Crawford, Matron
1'hnne 261) P. O. Box 845
Address, Garden Ave. Cranbrook
ncattle.Xnrnby Co.
THE
COEUR D'ALENE
Spokane, Washington
TIIK MOTEL WITH A
PERSONALITY
This bouse has tbt
happy distinction ot be*
Ing tbe favorite stopping place In Spokaue
for the people ot British
Columbia We appreciate
this patronage and do
everything In our power
to make you comfortable.
Our location Is excellent —
close to Great Northern station
and O. W. R. ft N.—Mllwauke
terminal, and wllhln a minute's
walk from the principal business
bouses and places of amusement.
See  8te.mg.ilD  on  Hoof
nn: iio.Mr. iiakkiiv
Ruin. Frame, Prop.
'•'ri'-n llrcail, I'nkcs, Pies
nmi I'iinIi-j
Phoue 37
Norbury Ave.      Opp City Hall
KMIillTS Or' PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, B. C.
Meets every Tuesday at 8 p.m. In
tho Fraternity Hall
R. C. Carr. C. C.
C. H. Collins, K. R. ft B.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited to attend.
■         OVERSEAS CLUB
j       Meets In Maple
Hall second
Tuesday ot every
month at 8
P. D.
1      Membership open
to  Brltun
I   citizens.
I       Visiting  members   cordially
welcomed.
E. Y. Brake.       J
F. Lower,
j         President.
Secretary
7Ii!*?3¥
PAIN EXTERMINATOR
Always Effective—and acts quickly
rRelieves lam. back, lumbago, neuralgia, sprains, lame joints and muscles,
toothache, earache, sore throat aad other painful complaints—Hirst's
Stops the Pain. Get sbottletodsy. Have It hsndy—has a hundred
■*■ "•**, At dealers or tertte us. HIRST REMEDY CO., ltamlllon.Cail^„ag
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada Limited
Office, smelting and Refining Department
TRAIL, BRITISH COLUMBIA
SMELTERS     AND     REFINERS
Purchaser of Oold, Silver, Copper, Lead and Zinc Ores.
Tabanac Brand Pig Lead. Milestone, Spelter and Copper
The Herald
$2.00 year
CHAS. S. PARKER
Forwarding and  Distributing
Agent for
Lethbrldge and GrwaalU Cal
Imperial Oil Co.
Dlstrbutlon Can a Specialty.
Oriijliiir and Transferrin!;
Given prompt attention
Phono tl
Tlie Shoe Specialist
joe -lAit.iPom
Satisfaction (Inaranteed
.leadquarters for all klnda of
Repslra
"WHITE"
SEWING MACHINES
MADE IN CANADA
FOR CANADIAN HOMIS
WILL GIVE VOU
COMFORT
EASE ANO
REAL PLEASURE
WHILE SEWING
Can you think of any reason why
there should not be one In your
home?
P.
M
. MACPIIEKNON
Undertaker
1'hnne Ull
Niirliurr
Aie, neit to Clly Hall
Montana Ili'slHumnl
Meals at All Hoars
Cigars, Cigarettes and Candy
CRANRROOK STREET.
.l|i|ioslle the Bank of Commerce
3. F. BEACON
Automobiles (or hire.. .Boats
on Oreen Bay In Connection.
PHONE 38      CRANBROOK
DR. DeVAN'S FRENCH PILLS,;,;,;:
iiUUtif I'll! for Wumtu. |5 a hox or ttireo (<■■■
lO.JJolil At all Drug HtortMi, or mulled toftnv
tldretiOD rceelptnl price. Tut tit-on;.!.i, imni
Co., St Catharlnci, Ontario. 	
PH0SPH0N0LFORMEN. RSH
Vllaluy;for News snd Bisln; Incnuea "gray
suiter"; a Tonic—will build you up. SI. box,or
two lor Iks* drug alom, or by mail oa roralpl
Mwjj.^twe Mswati o.o. os, et cutuHaa
If vou want satisfaction
with vour washins-
send It to
MONTANA LAUNBRY
Special prices for family THURSDAY,   DECEMBER   6th,   1318
THE      CRANBROOK      HERALD
PAKE THREW
ocal and Personal
MrB. Jones nnd daughter, of Oalgury,
were hi tlie city tu make arrangements
for tlie funeral of Pte. Jones, that took
place last Friday. Thoy
home mi Saturday.
S. Holbrook and wife motored in to
Cranhrook last Thursday from Macleod,
Jas. Lambert, of Athalmer. wus doing business ln the city on Thursday
last.
corral fence and fell dislocating   It;
neck.   He later aliot it and although
he knew to whom It belonged made'
returned j no special effort to inform the owner,
('contending that he would have done!
— ■ [ho aa soon as he hbw Mr. Carlin, the I]
If you do not carry Insurance out owner. He wan found guilty by the J
your household furniture and wear-; court but allowed out on suspended!
ing apparel a policy with Beale ft sentence conditional upon paying the 1
Elweli will give you protection at a lvalue of the animal and cost-! of the)
trifling coBt   Phone 20 for rates.       ! trial in the sum of $12...
j Charlie Howard, of Wardner. hud
. the misfortune to lose an eye through
j an accident while at work at the
| Crows Nest Lumber Company's mill.
GET VOI'H srillMH. BOOKS NOW
WANTED—Woman
two afternoons each week.—Mn
E,   Howard.  Iturwell Ave.
  i     Mn
The   two   Misses   Elliott,   Bchool   of Victor
teachers of Fernie, are visiting with Mi**   W.
Mr. and Mrs. John Beaton | months.
n ! Qugbene Hospital.
I). J.
-• a piece of --
OVEN
GLASSWARE
as a suitable Xmas
preseni.
PRICES run from
25c to $2.50
F. PARKS & CO.
Hardware 4 Mill Supplies
Cranbrook,    -    B. C.
a a
A. C. Bowness made a trip to Baseman. Mont., lust week and has not
yet returned.
Mrs. D, A. Burton, who was very
low with the flue is now well on the
nuid   to  recovery,
Mrs. Corey, her many friends will
be glad to know, la out of danger
nfter having had a very severe attack
of the flu.
Mrs. Thos. Duncan, who has been
in thc hospital for ubout live weeks
with ihe flu, is now out of danger,
Thc  following text books are now
in stock at one or other of the following   stores:   fieutiic-Murphy'r*   Drug
Store; Crunbrook Hook and Drug Co.,
Moffatt'a.
Johnson  and  children,!    punllfl wil1 kUull-v ftVail themselves
ia. are visiting her brother, of llli* opportunity «<• purchase   the
ii.  Wilson, for the whiter required ■«"»■
Mrs.  Johnson   soys  titer* For »WltaAwry C****'
are many mites of the flu yet at the|     H**» School Geometry, (.rant's Cau-
,.llHSi I adiun   History.  Crawford's   Algebra.
 _ : Fraser   and  Squoirs   High   School
Jim Corrigan. the first man to leave\Vt9Mh Urummer. Ivunhoe.
Fernie for the front, has been killed Fw A<wWMi ?>***** <2nrt Vr.)
In action,   Ha was wounded In seven'    Klementury Botany. Mere Michel et
different halt les. bul always came hack j H°n  Cllllt'   High   School   Goomotry,
to the rront.    Finally In the hmt big! Elected Poems (Alexander!.
fight he was hii in a vital spot and
C.   S.   Rankin,  of   Vancouver,
registered at the Cranbrook.
T. G. Brown Is suffering from an
was | attack of sciatica that  lias confined
him to Ids home.
Cranbrook Saddlery for Glover, and
Mitts.
Ed .Weston, of Creston, wjas In
the city on business Saturday.
John Taylor, of Moyie, was in town
Monday on business.
Cutters and sleighs at old prices
at Fink's.
H. Joyce, of Flagstone, was a business visitor to Cranbrook on Saturday.
Constable  John  Johns   has  an  ex-
ibit at the poultry show at  Fernie
this week.
V, A. Rollins, of Vancouver, reprobating Tucketfs, was calling on his
ustomers on Monday,
Everybody is entitled to the
deal and should have spunk
tn get It or know the reason
square
■nongh
hy,
\. McTecr, manager of the Sun Life
for Alberta and B. C, is calling on his
agents.  Martin  Bros., this week.
Cutters and sleighs
at Fink's.
at   old   prices
Cranbrook
Capt. H. G. Lockhart, a well-known
Crows Nest old-timer, has died in Vancouver from after-fin complications,
. Woe acts. jktWi
MSUNMEK]^
I t— LIMITED— •
^ -OK*.--. ; C.C mWFJStd -
.iix.vuirs
..immk.nt
His Honor Judge Thompson return-
■d   from   Fornle on  Sunday,   where
| lie had been holding court.
A. Pigliin. of Marys ville. was a
: business visitor in town on Monday.
' He says iliere is no flu out that way.
Hon. Dr. King is reported by the
coast papers to be down with influenza, but nol seriously ill.
Mrs. Frank Murphy, who wns one
of the first flu patients and who has
had a very severe attack, is now convalescing.
passed on.
Among those who deserve mention
for the assistance given through the
epidemic is Mrs. W. IJ. McFarlane.
After nursing three of her children
through the disease, she was able lo
help several families, nursing day
and night.
Revival.
For Matriculation.
Poems   of   the   Romanti<
High School Geometry,
R. B, FORSYTH.
Principal* His.. School
Tin: nt.NKitooK hi:imi,i>
Try a Safety Deposit Box at Beale
& filwell's for the safe stornge of
Victory Bonds and title deeds and
you know they are safe from lire
and loss from other causes,
is a trifle.
Only two more Issues of the Herald before Christmas, If you want to
make any holiday announcements to
the public of Cranbrook and district
make your arrangements early with
our business office as we are being
overwhelmed with orders for spare
and cannot guarantee you holiday
space after Tuesday of each week.
I Harry
in the
iamhle. of Nelson, broilu
.amble, was a business V
ity on Monday.
r ot |
T. G. Simpson of Brandon, Man-
lias arrived in Cranbrook to take
the position of assistant accountant
with the C.P.R.
0. C, Thompson of the North Star
Mine, Kimberley. went to Calgary on
Sunday to attend a meeting of the
Mystic Schrlne last Monday evening.
Mrs. W. F. Cameron, who has been
suffering from n severe illness since
her return from the east, is able to
be up and convalescing.
Kid*! Attention—Will all soldiers'
children please send their names to
Santa Claus. Iwx 7tl7, Cranbrook. as
soon as possible.
A heavy snow fell on Tuesday, but
it soon turned to slush. Winter finds
it rather difficult this year to get a
good  start
The Ladies of St. Marys' Church
will hold a sale of fancy work and
plain sewing in "The Palm" on Saturday,  Dec. 7th. Nov.'JS-f'
Don't let the curlers nt Fernie get
too long a sart of us. gentlemen of
the broom and besom. The Fernie ice
is just about  ready for use.
Tlie advertising medium of distinction. Every position Ib a distinctive 1
one; every advertisement stands out
prominently, Immediately catches tliejj
eye and brings business to the ad- j
vertiaer.
Every news item is a distinctive I
The cost f feature, read with eagerness, devoured j
with pleasure and digested without nl
laxative.
It circulates exclusively among peo-}
pie of distinction in the most distinguished and prosperous part of British |
Columbia.
Advertise in the Herald, subscribe
for the Herald, get your job work
done at the Cranbrook Herald job
office, and occupy your rightful place I
in this most distinctive company.
We want to add 100 new subscribers!
Have you selected your Christmas 1 to the Horald this month. Are you!
gift? Get your wife a labor-saving; K°infc to help us to get them?
gift this Xmas. Let us suggest an j
Electric Washer, a Vacuum Cleaner
or a Hamilton-Beach Sewing Motor
and attachments. She would appreciate any one ol these. Patmore Bros
will he pleased to show you the very
latest   in  these desirable goods.
A
\
It's the great wartime sweetmeat.
-the benefit, the
pleasure, the economy
of a Sc package of
WRsCLEVS
-has made it the favorite "sweet ration"
of the Allied armies.
—send it to your friend
ct the front:
-it's the handiest,
longest -lastins refreshment he can
carry.
CHEW IT AFTER
EUERY MEAL
Made
In Canada
The Flavour Lasts
We haven't heard who lost ihe most
weight due to the flu iu Cranhrook,
but Billy McKay, of Waldo, is said
to have lost 42 pounds.
The flu has about died out in Fernie. The ban has been lifted but
there is to be no school until nfter
the New Yenr.
Miss Evelyn Hlnton. of Plnrher
Creek, who has beon visiting her
brother, Mr. Harry Hlnton, for the
past month, returned to her home this
week.
The road lo the Trojan mine on
Boulder Creek. Windermere, has been
completed, and shipping operations
will be started as noon as there is
BUffioienl snow for sleighing.
Mrs. W. Patterson, daughter of Mrs.
W. F, Cameron, arrived home yesterday from u prolonged visit to Toronto,
where her. husband was ln lhe avln-
tfon corps before going overseas
A deaf mute, while walking along
the trnck near Fernie waa struck by
n train and Instantly killed. His name
wan Frank Bnthbonn, of Foremost.
Altn.
Is Cranbrook to have any of ihe
guns captured by local boys from the
Huns as souvenirs of the war. Fernie
!b to have a machine gun captured
by the 54th Bntt
Business is beginning to look up
again after the flu, and it is prophesied that the best Christmas trade
('ranbrook has had for many years
Is right ahead of us.
Jones & Doris have been awarded
the contract, for building an addition
to the hotel at Yahk and otherwise
preparing that burg for a busy season
this winter.
The passenger from the east was
an hour late yesterday, the delay
caused by a slide near Frank that
required the presence of the steel
IMC aad mm ■htfwltara to slur up.
W. H. Wilson has stocked up for
the Christmas trade with n line line
of white ivory, a wonderful selection
of wrist watches, a nice assortment
of cut glass and many other specialties that appeal to everybody at this
season of the year and are priced
at a very reasonable figure within
tho reach of all.
Miss McClennan and Miss Cart
wright, two of the young ladies who
volunteered to nurse tine patients tn
the temporary hospital that was set
up in the Wentworth hotel, started
work among the first and oo**t!ni"!d
until it was closed. Thoy did '-'it
even catch the flu so as to give them
a dny of rest during the whole tim-.
Private Jones, a returned man, who
while nursing others who were sick
with the flue, caught (he disease himself, went West nnd was buried on
Friday, itev. F, V. Harrison conducting the service. The Veterans were
in attendance, the Ijist Po-U being
sounded liy Corporal Richardson.
Deceased loaves a widow and one
Child to mourn his loss. The bereaved have the heartfelt sympathy of
the community.
Logging campers are getting pretty
high toned. The \ Inch board bunk
with a bundle of hay thrown over It
and spread out witli the nose, hands
und feet, is no longer la fashion.
They must have the Dominion spring
and the Ostermoor mattress, white
sheets and blankets and older-down .
quilts. Well who is more entitled to:
ttie comforts of modern life than the
hard-working man, the lumberjack,
the miner, tiie farmer and tho fisherman and last, but not least, the editor? ,
Itaworth Bros, have a large and
splendid stock specially attractive for
the Xmas trade, In lines that are
useful and can be appreciated for a
lifetime, Novelties this year are not
being specialized. There are some
beautiful pieces of cut glass, silver
plAtOd tableware, china, etc. Tlie
onyx and pearl Jewelry are specially j
suitable for presents at this festive
season. The Columbia gramophone
records nre well to the fore, comprising the latest music, songs and
sketches.
Reforo His Honor Judge Thompson
at Fernie. the criminal case of Rex vs
0, li. Phillips, of Fort Steele, was
heard, Phillips was charged with stealing a horse from the Fort Steele Trad-
BOVH AT THE FRONT
GUI* PEACK HAS C0Me|||
Extract from a letter written by Pte.
P. A. Parker to Mr. J, P. Fink:
Seftford, Sussex, Oct. 13-18.
Dear Mr. Fink—I have been at Sea- ... ,
ford nearly a month after spending IQ
five weeks In quarantine at Bourleyj
Camp, Aldershot.    1 have run across'
two or three of the old Crunbrook !
boys—Hor spool of the Commerce, who;
went away with the !>4th; Tigh Mec-1
redy and Tom Laldlaw, who used to
ranch with Morrison near H. McClure's
place.   Horspool Is a physical train-1
ing sergeant here and I see him every
morning on "jerks," he wus not blinded, as rumored, but he had a narrow
escape from death—a  bullet   passed >
through thc side of his head on 4he
right, just  passing his eye.    Tight-
Mccredy Is an orderly in the M. O.'s:
office here; he does not seem any the
worse for his experience over here
and in France, in fact he is looking;
fine;   we had  quite a long talk last!
Saturday evening.    Tom   Laldlaw  Is \
a sergeant in charge of a platoon in
"F" company and I saw him for the;
first time this morning—he was   In I
charge of "breakfast parade,'   He left.
Cranbrook with the second contingent:
and says he has never written since
lie left, so perhaps some of his friends
would like to know where he Is.   He!
has been wounded once and lis wearing four yeara' service stripes. Tommy
looks well, and  I believe (s feeling
fine.    He informs me that he Is to
be married  next January.    SldMur-,
gatroyd and Ted Laurie, who are with
me, are still going strong.    Murga-
trayd has been picked out for the air
service mechanics, I think.
I see by the papers that the nations
are talking peace; It cannot come tooj
soon for me, and the majority of the I
boys over here are of tbe same opinion.
HINS  WILL  NEVER
HAKE  -soon
SAILORS
London. Nov. 2R.--A Router correspondent who visited U-boat avenue,
off Harwich, where thc surrendered ,
submarines are lying, states -hat the'
avenue Is over a mile long. The submarines are towed to either side In
batches of three*, and fours. Officers
when asked the whereabouts of their1
flags, said their flag was h red one.'
The correspondent visited  a   submarine of the Dentftchland type and
saw a blood-stained eat  o'nltie  tails!
which a British sailor had found on-i
der the captain's bunk.
jvst THINK!
Only 16 more shopping days to XMAS
THIS STORE is-under
existing conditions—well equipped to care for your wants.
A visit to the three big departments will reveal many
good and useful presents for
all  members of the family.
DON'T
DELAY
THE   BEST   WILL
SOON BE TAKEN
Vb
Music Lovers Amazed by
Edison's Daring Test
All told, 2,000,000 muiic lovers in Canada and
the United States, on more rhan i.-oo different
occasions, have gone to one of their local theatres
filled with curiosity regarding a startling!;' novel
musical recital to which they had been invited.
In each cue they
have come away amazed at the almost unbelievable demonstration
which had taken place
before their very eyes,
and ears — the most
daring test of a phonograph or talking
machine ever made.
They saw a noted Ediion artist stand beside
2& NEW EDISON
"Tht Phonograph with a Soul"
They heard the [nitrumtni ling ir. :he ami:'a voice—in other
wordi, re-create her voice, Preiemlv the trim bench' begat, to
ting no'.t tor no:e with the immimew. Mostcilly trained can
itrove in vain :o cii-'.mgimh the faintnt ibade of difference between
the actual voice und :he Re-Creation. Then, luoeenly and without warning, the artist ceaied tinging, leaving the teKramec: to
continue the air alone, Only by washing thc srriat't .ir» did the
audience know tha: the hid ceaied tinging nd tba: they heard the
inurnment alone.     Thii ii the fanioui Ediion T«ae Teit.
Only Ediion males thi- :e*t. Only Editor: cmn make thii teit,
became only the New Ediion actually re-tmfei tbe human voice
and the muiic of human-played Imtnuncatl with every ;«ne «••' ■ y
and every thade of rxprettion. Ordinary phonefrtta*. sad talking
mtchlnet, merely rtprtittt.
If y#jf hare tit: htn ftrtuBitt tntuib, tt •tiitntj. tn Edittn
Ttnt Tr t, i*v mn\ *t ittJ ctf Lii-in'. WR&ttful nm pkt-
nt^rdti- at »ur utre.   Mtkt thr time tt .nit ynr ttntrnuact.
lit
(f CranfcFMk Drug & Book Co. Ul, W0k M *\
AQl ITAMA   ARRIVES
WITH  k$m SOLDIERS
Halifax, Nov. 28.—The giant Cun-
nard   liner   Aquitanla    46.000   tons
ar '—
tup Co. and also unlawfully killing j reached here today with 4.000 return-
aame, The evidence went to show that
lust Si'pti'inhpr the? animal In (mention
watt mluscri nnd a couple of weeks
Inter neighbors attracted by the
stench from decomposing fleah at
PhllUp'ri ranch, investigated ant]
round thc severed head or a horse In
ono place and the remalna ot the car
ed Canadian soldier*; on board.
The Aqultanla gave apt end hi service during the war, said naval men
here today. She had been uaed entirety for troop transjiort, flying t.ie Cun-
nard flag, but under the control nf the
admiralty. After the United States
entered    the   conflict.   the   steamer
enss. from which the hide where the I which  had  been  used  for  transport
brand has been was cut away.    Thej work In other waters, enme to Hull-
nmttcr wan reported to the police aud
Phillips was arrested. He claimed
that he had hy mistake roped the
animal while trying to catch one of
hia own horses and that the animal
when roped attempted to Jimp.   Ike
fax for American troops and made
several trips from here to Kngland
The Aqutranla had a number of in-
ten-Hting encounter-- or near-en-
coasters with IT-boats, but on no or-
Th
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THE CRANBROOK HERALD
THURSDAY,   DBCBMBBR   Sth,   1918
FORT STEELE
We regret to record the death from
heart failure of an old time rosUlont
of Fort Steele, Henry Rennlo, more
commonly known us "Buck", aged TS,
who passed away while hitching his
team to a democrat to go to Rampart
with mail and passengers on Monday
last. The late Mr. Rennle was un old
timer, having come to Fort Steele during the construction of the Crows Nest
Railway, and remained here ever -incc
working for Mr. A. Doyle. Ro was
bom and brought up near Syracuse,
N.J., where lie worked on the Erie
Canal. At the outbreak of the Civil
War he joined the TJ. S. Army, aud
served until peace wns declared. After
leaving the army, he camjEUwest, where
lie spent many years freighting for the
U. S. army lu Montana. He also worked for the I. G. linker Co. nnd H. IJ.
Co. at Maclead, und the Canadian
Government during the North West
Rebellion. He wns known to nil the
old timers and prominent pioneers in
the West. He waa a 1'. S pensioner
nnd Grand Army man. nnd was drawing a monthly pension nt lhe lime of
his death. He was nn M. M. and u
member or Alberta Lodge No. 37, at
Macleod up to the time or his leaving
Alberta. He had many friends among
the Railway employees, who will regret to hear of his death. He wns
buried from the Presbyterian Church
on the afternoon of November 27th,
tho service being conducted by the
Rev. Mr. Lee Of Cranhrook. He was
universally respected and esteemed
In every place where lie resided for
his honesty and directness of speech.
He was known In the Easi Kooteuays
as the kiddles friend, as he wns always
doing some act of kindness for them.
Peace to his ashes.
We regret ulso to record the death
of Mrs. Tannhauser ut Vancouver from
Brlght's DlseuBe on Sunday Nov. 24tli,
where she went to visit relatives. Mrs.
Tannhauser was the wife of Joseph
Tannhauser, watchmaker and newsagent here. She was nn active member of the Hed Cross Society, and nn
adherent of the St. John's Church.
She leaves tier husband, three daughters and three sons tu mourn her demise.   She was buried nt Vancouver.
It is reported that Miss Hand, the
popular teacher here, will return to
Fort Steele after the Christmas holidays.
The School Opened on Monday last
with a very good attendance.
Fort Steele Is still free of the Influenza for which the residents are very
thankful.
George B. Watson of the Forest Service, has gono north on a tour of inspection, and is .accompanied by Mrs.
Watson and family.
William Carlln, David Cameron nnd
others are in Fernie attending the
Assize Court.
Al Doyle, who met with a painful
accident recently. Is improving, his
ankle was X-rayed yesterday nnd the
bone was found to he cracked, so our
friend Is to be put in plaster of paris.
It Is reported that all the arrangements for opening of Ihe Victor Mine
ure now completed, und the manager
is expected shortly.
H. Mather and Everett Johnson are
vlRltlng at the Ranklns' Camp.
All the lumbering camps are busy.
and the outlook ts bright for n revival
of the Industry. The old King Mill
at Tabic has been purchased by the
C.P.R. and a targe force of men are
now at work.
going to ask the farmers and live
stink men to Canada to maintain their
breeding operations on a war time
scale, to properly finish all feeding
stock, and to conserve nil good breeding females, and to still further Improve their herds and flocks by using
even greater cure In the selection of
the sire."
I'l Ml
HUMILIATION
OF THU KAISER
GUILT LIES WITH BOTH
AUSTRIANS AN" GERMANS
London Dec. !,.• -Thu Gorman gov
ornmnnt is still undaiid'-d ■■* to how
t-i donl with the former empt-ror and
the lloheuzollerns, snld Hugo Kaase,
secretary for foreign affairs in the
German cabinet to n corrospondonl
of the Blxpross on Sunday.
"1 think", he suys. "they may bo
sufficiently punished by the lntorna-1
tioual odium thoy have Incurred."
Discussing  the  war.  Iluase  says:
"The guilt of starting tho -(niggle!
lies with both German and Austrian!
militarism. The governmeni is now'
Investigating lhe pre-war methods of
the foreign office, particularly regarding lhe handling of secret funds. The
result will be published as soon as
the  investigation  Is completed."
Fort Steele, Dec. 3rd, 1813.—Mr.
Kerr, foreman of the Bridge Crew nnd
his cerw have heen at wqrk at Fort
Steele since last Friday morning.
They were engaged at blowing out the
piers of the old bridge, and the work
they did und the powder they used
was a tribute to tlie builder—old "Dad
Bales." Thoy completed their work
on Monday evening.
Mr. Fred Ryekman has heen in town
for several days on business.
Lester Boobor, Nick Brewer. Geo.
Hawkes, and Dick Tucker, nil from
town, left here on Thursdays train
for Copper Creek Tank where they
will work at Rankin's Camp.
Constable Walsh went north on
Monday on duty.
Tom Cameron of Mayook wns n 1
business visitor lo town on Monday.
The Indies of Fort Steele have
cleaned up lhe local hospital tiere to j
tuke care of any Influenza cases that
might break out iu the district. But*
up lo date no cases have been report-1
ed In Fort Steele.
Winslow Haines, Ed, Wilkins and I
Tom Chalander left on the Kootenay;
Central for Rankin's Camp where they]
have work.
James   Llim   lefi   Fort   Steele     for j
Athalmer ou Monday.
10 I'KIt CUNT (ASH DISCOUNT    i
10  per cent  cash  discount  on  all
Christmas  goods   now   till   Christmas. :
—Moffatt's Variety Store.
lleiliu, Nov. IIO—The text of the
former German emperor's act of renunciation, which wns issued by the
new .German government, in order
to reply to certain misunderstandings
which has arisen with regard to the
abdication, follows:
"By the present document 1 renounce forever my rights to the
crown of Prussia nnd tlie rights to
the German Imperial crown. I release nt the same time nil the officials
of the German empire nnd Prussia
and nlso ull officers, uon-commissioned officers and soldiers of lhe
RtiBstun navy nnd army and of contingents from con federate states from
the oath of ridollt-   they have taken
tn   liie.
"As their emperor, king and supreme chief. I expect from them until
a ne,w organisation of the German
empire exists that they wfll aid those
who effectively hold the power lu
Germany to protect the German people against the menacing dangers of
anarchy, famine and foreign domination.
".Made and executed and signed by
our hand, with the imperial teal nt
Amerongen, Nov. 28th.
iSlgned)      "WILLIAM."
CANADIAN   WORKMEN
ARK   COMING   HOME
Ottawa, Nov. 26—The minister or
labor has received word to tlie el'feel
that all British subjects who, since
the beginning of the war. have gone
to Great Britain for employment on
government contracts and have, so
far as possible, worked continuously,
will be given free conveyances home.
The wives and children of these men
who went over and joined them in
England or Scotland will also be
brought back free of charge. This
provision applies only to boys under
18 yenrs and girls under 18 years.
It Is understood that about 2,600
skilled mechanics moved to England
iu the summer of 1916 to engage iu
munitions work. Many of these have
returned to Canada during the lasl
two sears, aud in a few cases workmen voluntarily joined tiie British
fighting forces. At the present time
It Is estimated that there are about
■iOO of these workmen in Grent Britain and the labor depnrtment. acting
us agent for the British ministry of
labor, has been paying the separation
allowances to wives of these men who
remained   in   Canada.
CORPORATION  OF THE  I1ITT   OF
CRANBHOOK
Notice of Court uf Ket Men
Public notice Is tiereby given that
the court of Revision for the purpose
of correcting aud revising the Voters'
Hat for thc next current  year  will
sit on Tuesday, the 10th (lav of December, 1918, ln thc Municipal building, Cranbrook, B.C.. at 10 a.m.
THOS. M. ROBERTS. CMC
Nov. 30, 1918.
THE FUTURE OF  THE
LIVE   STOCK   INDUSTRY
 . j
Thc  arrival  of peace  has  created
new conditions in the export of meat
and produce and some uncertainty in
the minds of Canadian farmers as to [
future markets.   Information in   the ]
hands of the Honourable T. A. Crerar, j
Minister   of   Agriculture,   convinces i
him thnt the export market will con- i
tlnue to absorb nt  firm  prices,   as
compared with ihe prices for all other]
agricultural products, every pound of
beef, bacon und other nnimal products;
that Canada can supply.   In discuss-;
Ing Ihe situation the Honourable Mr.1
Crerar said:  'In view of the    grent ,
Scarcity Of cuttle and live stock of nil
kinds in Europe, and because of  the
great demand for live stock nnd live
stock products of all kinds sure to t
continue for some yenrs at least, I am
IOO
YEARS
and more, raople with chest and
throat trounlei have tried to cure
them by pouring cough syrups,
lung tonics and the like into their
itomacht. All a mistake I The
Peps way Is different.
Peps are tablets made up of Pine
extracts and medicinal essences,
which when put into the mouth
turn Into healing vapors. These
are breathed down direct to the
lungs, throat and bronchial tubes
— not swallowed down to Ihe
stomach, which is not ailing. Try
a 50c. box of Peps for your cold,
your cough, bronchitis or asthma.
All druggist* and stores or Peps
Co.. Toronto, will supply
peps
Vhe Mlp 2/ou Tfeed
Thai there \- a Irenicnilniis iinrnlllvali'il demand fnr
Peerless Underwear
b. iimvi'ii by Ihe business Ihat h»» coaie alwosl
untouched lo us. The Ladles', Misses' and Child.
ron'> Underwcar.lmylnu; imiMIc lime reeognlieU Ihe
values contained In I'KKHLESS BRAND I'ndcrvtcnr,
1,1:1,1,. in I'nniblnallnns, ('unify cut, limit and short
sleeves. Hindi) ash to he shown this line. We ho.
Mere thut we linve tnilny the largest range of Ladles',
Misses' and Children's Underwear In the Interior.
VM
W. D.HILLS
The Ladies'   Wear
SPECIALIST
WANT ADS.
The rotes for advertisements In this column miller » classified head is as
follows: Three lines, one insertion for 25c, three Insertions of the sume
■il. .vie. fnirgcr ads In proportion...
Wood for Sale
Mat   of  Bargains  this   Week. IB-ianli  p-reon lilncka, unsplit, II
Pianoforte—iip-in-daie;   cost "BOO;   inohoa to It! ini'hwt iliii.lt; must]}-
great bargain *29ii.  fir, n little pine und tnnmrae; $J
Magnificent  Dining   Ita'i"   Suite, u rink, 3 He's for fc.nO.
quoiter mik; combination clilnu cub-;     il':)i O. E. TOOTK
Inet ami buffet; ti chairs, round table
(six leaves: condition iih new; greal
bargain tiio.
Mission  Onk   Dining  Room Snlti
bargain $86.
Two-Manual   Organ,   grand   loin
cost MOO: sacrlflco *66.
STAR  llmi   HAND
Pn,
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Wiuifcod
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fray, II P. Il-:i-i
Fagged Out Women
Vinol is What You Need
If all the tired, overworked, run-down women in
this community could realize how our delicious
Vinol, which contains Beef and Cod Liver Peptones, Iron and Manganese Peptonates and Glycerophosphates supplies the vital elements necessary
to enrich the blood and create working strength,
we wouldn't be able to supply the demand.
Dukedom, Tenn. *
"I live on a farm and keep house
for six in my family. I (jot into a
nervous, run-down condition so it
seemed as though I would die A
friend advised me to try Vinol. I
have heen greatly improved by its
use and sm better and stronger in
every way."—Mrs. H. H. Goodwin.
BurdeH, N. Y.
"I keep house for my family of
three, and raise chickens. I had a
nervouB breakdown, so I was unable
to work. The doctor did not seem to
help me, and a cousin asked me to
try Vinol. lt built me up-I now
have a good appetite and am well and
Strong.  — Mrs. Loyal Palmer.
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Fur Mil rmi-ilawD, i*«*rv-ms, biihoiiiIo ---ii-l.tlon-i. wmk woman, oitrworked utaa,
fi-til-le old people aud tUllriilt- children, fl.«r*> it in- ramti-ly Ilka Vinol.
itlOt Creates Strength
For mill' by Cranhrook tn*uK & Booh Company,
taMttte
Constipation is tlie arch-enemy of health.
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thc cause of many ills and remove it. They act
promptly, pleasantly and surely. Contain no
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strengthen thc stomach, stimulate the liver and
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Constipation
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Have Your Own Name
Or Brand Name
Printed on
BUTTER WRAPPERS
THE LAW SAYS THAT YOU MAY NOT SELL BUTTER FROM
A FARM OR THROUGH A STORE OR MARKET UNLESS IT HAS
THE WORDS "DAlllY BUTTER" PRINTED ON THU WRAPPER.
AS YOU NOW HAVE TO HSU PRINTED WRAPPERS WHY NOT
HAVE YOUR OWN NAME OR THE BRAND NAME PRINTED ON
THE WRAPPER AS WELL AND IN THAT WAY GAIN VALUABLE
ADVERTISING. IP PURCHASERS OE YOUR BUTTER WHO LIKE
IT'S QUALITY DON'T KNOW WHO MAKES IT THEY CAN'T KNOW
WHAT BRAND TO ASK FOR WHEN THEY WANT TO BUY THE
SAME KIND AtlAINi
According In Mil1 llnlllllilnti
governmeni regulation.; nil
farmers who sell Iniiii.r
eltlior in the store* or prt«
vutt'i.v, are roatilrod lo liavo
u proportty oovovcil in n
wrapper on whloh MUST
appear in proiplnonl loltor
tin. words
"DAIRY BUTTER"
Th,. fuel l» also emphnslttod
thnt nil hotter In smill
packages mils! hn nf the full
net weight of sixteen ounces
nmi in ilcfiinlt nf samo n fine
of from *lo to *:hi ror ench
nffenso Is Imposed. Whoy
butler must ho no Inhollcd
gvgh when mixed with dairy
butter ami dairy butler retains ltn li,bot even though 11
hn mixed with the creamery
product
YOI' CAN BE SUPPLIED WITH
NEATLY- PRINTED WRAPPERS
foil YOUR BUTTER VI' THE
HERALD HUNTING OFFICE, FOR
FOLLOWING PRICES! ■ •
Pnpor*nnd Printing
Included
2(10 Wra-i-Mirs for .. . .»S.*«
500 Wrappers for ...   »».50
1000 Wlippi'l's for lr'>.00
Tlieso prices Include linlli lhe
Piipcr nhlrli Is lliehcsl nhlnliiiihle
fur lhe purpose, ntnl Hie priiillnir.
WE OAK SHIP IMJIKOIATKI.Y ON IIKCKII'T OK OIIKKII
CRANBROOK   HERALD
"QIMIilTV I'ltlM'EHS"
linker Street, ('riniliriink, IliHWi Ciiliinibln
PRICES   SUBJECT  TO  CHANGE.   OWING   TO  THE   lltltEGHLAR
CONDITIONS OF THE PAPER MARKET
-«~»^
1,
Ss&TJ?'XSi -:'  p«**«w*--**-U'*","e|-"l'''"l%
-*^v
The STOREof the CHRISTMAS SPIRIT
TOVLAND   IS   IN   FULL   CONTROL
WITH SANTA CLAUS at the WHEEL
i:yi:kyiioiiy made welcome hkiii:
Merliunlciil Trains. Aulns Locomotives, Hunk and Ladders, tire
Katrine*, Fire 'trucks, Acrobats, Ferris Wheels, Sandy Andys. Illssy
Andys. CIcpliuiiK Auln linns: in fuel everytlilmr in Merliunlcal
Tnys at the very Itiwest prices.
Beautiful Display of DOLLS
Sli-t'imiir Itfiiiilii-s, Hiiliy Dolls, H»ll» tlmi iilnuiHf talk. Kcwple
Dulls; i'iin*.i range ever iH«)ita)Cil in (Ills Ml>.
SPLENDID RANGE OF   HANDKERCHIEFS
l.mlii'-.'. Oontlemcn's unit Kid tiles1 llnmlki-rflilrfs, put up In n rat
(lirMnm*. \Uiws.
BOOKS OF ALL KINDS
llnnks nf Wonderful Advenliires, World's War glories, Hn;
Scout I iiiiiii. line Series, Tip To|i Series, Girls' (nnip Fire Series)
iilsu iill kinds nf I'lilutliic nnd f'nloreil Picture Hunks In please
Hie Kiddles.
GAMES OF ALL KINDS
And a full line of War Gaiues.
FYKIIYTHIMl IN TIIK IIM  III' nilHSTMAS C.00IIS SI'ITAIILK
FOK ltd I'll III.II AMI VOII.MI
10 P. c. CASH DISCOUNT TILL XMAS
-AT-
Santa  Claus Headq't'rs
Moffatt's Variety Store
I.IIIKI.IKIII MEN A< Tl ■ALU-
LOST HV  GI1KAT HI,.,
Al\
Londnn, Nov. 28—It la Officially
nniioiitieeil that during the war the
forces of Groat Britain actually loHt
nearly 1,000.000 killed or doail
throuih various eauM.
Rocently It wns atnted that the
JlrlllBh losses tntnllcd (158,704. but
this number did nol take Into con-
Hliieratiiiu nion who were reported
missing who actually lost their lives,
bul of whom there Js no trace, nor
did 11 account for men who died at
the front from sickness.

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