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JOB PRINTING
We are well equipped to
turn uut the liest class
uf work.
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
IF   YOU   WANT   CRANBROOK   TO   GROW.   PATRONIZE   HOME   ENTERPRISE
VOLUME  14
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DttANBBOOK.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,   THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1912
C. P. L
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MINISTER nl--   LABOR Iii:   .*,.
PLIES. .;.
TRAFFIC HANDLERS
Go Out on Strike from Ocean to Ocean
Upwards of 3,000 Men Concerned
Tlie negotiations between llio representatives of tlie Canadian   Hrcitll
crhood uf Itullroad Employees, in
eluding nil employee!) not heretofore
organized, which have torn In pro*
gress for the past live uioiillis, nil
tiiinaleil nn  Mnllil.u   morning in ll
general strike
The strike order affected some 27
men in Crnnbrook. The main Issue
.it stake is the principle of recognition, the question of salaries being
a secondary consideration, although
a large proportion of the men affected draw quite Inadequate remuneration for their services.
The men, all alonu, have prnceeiieil
in the most orderly and considerate
manner in their efforts to secure fair
treatment at the hands of the Cl*.
II., ami finally resorted to an appeal
to the minister ol labor, for Ihe appointment of a board of conciliation
under tlie Lemieuv Act. This appeal
was turned down hy Minister of
Labor Crothers, upon the following
grounds:
"On behalf of the employees of the
Canadian Pacific Railroad company
said to number 8,000 ami to be members of the Canadian Brotherhood ol
Railroad Employees ami alleged to
he engaged in no less than 3ii different brandies of its operating service
throughout iu whole system of
steam and electricity, ami Including
many persons occupy mi; official,
semi -official, private ami confidential
positions, it is requested that a
board of conciliation be established
to enquire Into questions relating to
hours of labor, overtime, seniority,
promotions, ete \ like application
in August last was refused on tho
grounds thai It did not disclose circumstances and conditions in which
ihe provisions of the Industrial Dis
putes and investigation \cl should he
Ibvaked Since thai time almost
constant efforts have been made to
Induce fl"* parties dlrectl] interested
to adjust their difficulties between
themselves hut although some concessions have been made b) the company, an arrangement satisfactory to
boih parties bas        not
born       reached While the
grounds of tins application in
elude some not existing when the
previous one wiis made, bavin* re
Karri to the mattei of the enquiry
sought, the nature ol rarious ser
vices, ami of questions invoked ami
the refusal to limit the application
in ,n,i respect, the reasons given
lor the previous refusal appl
equal force to tin*, application ami
it is therefore thought that the decision previously reached should not
Im* reversed "
(Irand President   Moshei  i
putv   Orand  ("resident    il     \   I
Reran, have issued ihr following cli
t-ul.ii    letter to boards of trade     of
Canada
I'residenti nnd Members Hoards     ol
I'tadi* in i '.ni.id,i
Gentlcmen-
\o tlouiit ifii an non aware ol
ihr strained relations existing tie
tween the > anudlan Pai il i Kallwaj
companj and   i ei tail  ol it- etnploj
res, i berlng    nboul five thousand,
members   ol thc   Canadian Brother
I i .-I Railroad    Kmployee
embraces    ■ lerks,    freight hai diet •
i , ten nnd others
Tin* i snadlan Brolberh i of mail
to.oi I mptnyeea is a pureh Canadian
ation, and the onl) railroad
>t mil in Canada Im orporaled
oiiiii-i thf Dominion Htatun
trolled *iiU b) ■ aaadlans, bat lag '
liren In rib lei ce Int * IW8 and In
mrporated in 1808 Thej bare had
a (sorbin* agreement with the got
riiiinent railways In Canada fni the
pasl three yeai i nverlng and pdi
bra* no; practical!)    the same classes
of employees as we nre now  Imv
orlng to legislate foi on Ihe Cans
dlan r.uihc rtlhray,
In Max. UH,     a proposed     agree-
nieni    was presented to the manage
inent of the Canadian Pacific Rtllwa)
company, and a request matte for an
OppOrlUntt)  to date a committee   of
employees discuss nme with      the
officials, ami upon the above request
heintc Ignored, the departmtn-t of lab*
or at Ottawa was requested to np-
ti.-uit a board of conciliation under
the Industrial Disputes ami Invest lis-
ntlon Aet of imt, The companj objected to Ihe In..ml being appointed
to investigate thr erieviinces on tlie
r.r-oifi'l - that tliere had been no direct
effort on   the part (tf the employees
to settle tlie riinpute, (tr in other
words, that no dispute existed On
the Suggestion of the honorable the
minister of labor, a committer     ol
employees from tin- Ottawa freight
office of the company secured an in
terview with Mr McNIcholl, vice
president of lhe company, in Mon
treat, ami asked loi* an opportunity
to have a general committee of the
employees of tbo entire systom meet
him, this was refused a demand
was then made direct by the em
ployecs to the local ami genoral superintendents of the system, bul was
nol successful in securing a hearing,
and the company immediately began
to discriminate against the employees who were active in tlie movement, and a numlier were dismissed.
A second application was then made
to the honorable the minister of
labor, for n hoard of conciliation,
which hoard has heen refused, hut the
hon. the minister nf labor has failed
point out his reasons for such refusal.
It must he apparent to the many
numerous hoards of trade in the Dominion, that thc officers and members
of the Canadian Mrotherhood of
Itailroud Employees have
exerted        every        effort to
bring about an amicable settlement Of the dispute, ami to avoid a
general strike, ami we communicate
witli you in order to acquaint you
with the fact that as a Canadian organization we huve Canadian interests at heart, ami do most sincerel-,
regret that the undesirable feature ot
strike is the only means now at oui
disposal to obtain justice. As W(
f<*e1 that both the department ni
labor and the -otliciats of the Caiia
dian Pacific Railway company have
refused us tiie ' privilege of placing*
our grievances before a fair and Impartial {tribunal in accordance with
the law.
These facts are placed before yon
so that you will know, if a strike
t.ikes place, it has been forced upon
us hy the combined action of the officials of the Canadian Pacific Railway company and the honorable the
minister ol labor
We wish to inform the puhlic,
through vou. that we deeply regret
anv action that will tend to stop the
wheels ol commerce In our fair Dominion
\. ours respectfully,
\   i;   -.tosher,
Orand President
11    \    1.   Swan,
lieputv  Orand President
Canadian    Brotherhood  ol  Kail road
Employees
Ottawa, Ont , Oct   -"th. IBig
l nder the auspices ol the board of
trade a falrlj representative gathci
mt ol local business men enjoyed n
conference with representatives ol
tin* sinkers, at a special meeting
held ni the committee rooms ovei
! estei I l.ipp's st.in*, .in Tuesday
evening Mr A P kink ,*,,itpfed
the chair, and aftei d brlel discus
sum ni the situation created bj 'tie
strike, so (ai .is it ntfeets the busl
ness interests nl the city, the representative ol the strikers, Mr Oeo
llougham, tens called    upon to     es
plain  then   position
In the course ol n vet | i les
erale  statement, Mi   llougham told
of tbe  development ol tbe Cans linn
Ilrot her 1 1 ol  Rallnmd  Rntplojees,
Including   clerks      freight   handlers,
.1* i'i.ken, and .mi employees   noi
heretofore  oi si   i I    Mi   Ifoughai
went on to relate the steps taken hv
the    Brother! I to obtain recognl
tion These efforts proving nbor
tn,*. President Mosher, nl tbe Broi
berhood, .iMted the depot j minister
nl laboi snd asked him to Intervene
on their behalf The deputy minis
tei advised the calling together ol
the representatives "f the vnrlom
branches ol the Brotherhood end sub
miltiiu: their     claims, as a     whole,
the V 1* II      This course was foi
Ottawa, Ont , Nov ll, 1012
To Secretary Hoard of Trade,
Cranbrook, It C-
i am tn acknowledge your
message 5til instant to minis
ter respecting C.P ll, strike
Minister doslres mo to state
matter is receiving bis care
lul attention and contents of
\ oui     message   will    be kept
il..
mm
Deput;
P   \
Mim-
Acklan
ei   ul   I
* * * -I- * * -I* * * * * * 't
were
whilst the C.P.H., evidently
not.
"We are lighting tor a principle)
now in effect among all other branches of CP.li. employees, and we de-j
mand the same principle."
.Mr- Hougliam's explanation of the
situation, was warmly applauded and
in due course the actual conditions iu
this city, in the event of the strike
being prolonged, were freely discussed by business men present. It was
made quite dear that any prolongation of the strike would inflict very
severe injury upon tlie public generally, and the retail merchants in
particular.
All freight, coming iu ami out, is
practically at a standstill, and a
few days might lind the city up
against a total lacki of food supplies.
Some discussion also took place regarding the low scale of remilliera
tion paid to the clerks and others hit
voiced in the present strike It v..is
cited, as one instance, that right
here-in Cranhrook, ,.ne clerk fn the
freight department, who was handling over $50,000 a mouth, received
only $7"i per month, lu fact, it was
clearly established that the strikers
are among the poorest paid men in
the company's service, whilst their
work was of supreme importance to
the public at large.
\s the outcome of a verv fair, dispassionate discussion of the situation, it was resolved unanimously,
liter the strikers' delegates had retired, to telegraph immediately to
the minister of labor at Ottawa:
"Hon T VV Crothers, Minister of
Labor, Ottawa:
"freight In and out ol Cranbrook
absolutely tied up. The Btrlking
employees undertake to return to
work if a board of conciliation he appointed and lie governed by its ruling*:. \\e urge upon you tiie advisability  of     granting a hoard at once.
Hush replj
"Cranbrook Hoard ol Trade."
Ottawa.    Ni.v   ti—A.      tt    Mosher,
president ol the Canadian Brotherhood ol Hailway Employees, said
thts morning that he was more than
satisfied with the progress of the
strike
Uk Information was that three
thousand were out, and he predicted
that siv thousand will lw out bj the
end of the week
••The company is simply bluffing,"
said Mr Mosher. "In saving thai
thev have plenty of men to till the
vacant positions Thev also say we
cannot   bold out  on account   ol     lack
rn' funds We have funds for six
months, and can get backing too Ton
ger, if necessaxj "
VETERANS' BRIGADE
BRANCH TO   BE ESTABLISH*
KD IN     THIS   CITY—MEETING  Vim   ELECTION OF
OFFICERS TO BE HELD
NEXT .Mii.Mi.U
EVENING.
was a fair.)   good turn mil
is on Saturday evening    at
hotel  in)   |||,. purpose     ol
Lieut  Col   .lames Mackay,
, organizing officer ol     the
Brlgudc, ami oi discussing
ahiliLj of establishing      a
lhe organization  in       this
M. Caven, M.I..A., occupied
_\
lowed and Mr McNIcholl, vice pre
ident of the C.P.R,, turned then
down, advising them to take up at
leged grievances with their respec
lire divisional superintendents. Thi
course, too, WOS adopted, and St
far as this liistrict is concerned, the
only reply  received, read as follows:
"1 beg to acknowledge your  com
municntion of the 33rd inst "
At this juncture, still anvioiis tc
avoid trouble. President Mosher ap
pealed to the minister of labor, Hon
T. U'. Crothers, but, ns shown by the
(ongoing communication from the
minister, this application received no
fairer eoiisiiteratton 1 linn nil that
had preceded it
icetiug
.i Fern
Veteran
the  adv
branch
city,
Mr. I  	
the chair.
Mr. E. Sainsbury at the outsell
briefly explained the steps that had
been taken to bring about the meeting ami then Lieut .-Colonel Mackay)
was called upon. Colonel .Mackay is
a man of few words, but in very appropriate language he told of the
benefits of the Veterans Brigade anil
strongly urged the Veterans of Cranbrook city and district to get together   and    organize  a     branch   Me
pointed out  that  tl hjects of     the
Veterans Brigade were largely philanthropic. Through the different
brigades they were able to keep track
uf soldiers of ilu- clnpire, and to extend assistance to those whu, by reason of old age ami attendant infirmities, may be unable ti
selves.
A. Carney, whilst
cent of being a veter
tary sense, made an •
im* the establishment
this district, iiitim.it
ness, if permitted. I
eust of same. Ul
seen active service hi
four buys whu bad ; ^^^^^^^^
king's uniform.
A Mr Potts, of Lethbridge, speaking as veteran, emphasized thc many
advantages of establishing a branch
of the Veterans Brigade in this district Ile dealt jiiainh with the
means thus afforded of assisting old
timers, who in their youth were active in the service of the crown.
V A. Wallinger, as president of
the Over Seas club, wa;. , resent, and
bad a word or two of encouragement
and welcome to extend to the veterans.
After a pretty full discussion of
ways and means, etc., it was duly
moved and carried that a branch of
the Veterans Brigade he formed . in
this city, and that a special meeting
for that purpose be called for Monday evening next at the Royal hotel.
Mr V II Webb was elected secretary pro tern, and Mr. B. II Short
treasurer pro tern.
The following signed the roll
contributed to the preliminnr;
perises:
Tims. Caven
Ed    Klwell
B ll   Short
I) Reekie.
V. (!. Marcbant
]■: n  Offln
II Sainsbury.
T I-:. Ifomersham.
\ Carncj
F W   Swain
support them
pleading tnuo
in in any mill-
lui|iient appeal
>f a branch in
ng his willing
i contribute to
dst he bad not
"!i, he bad
11 worn        the
md
CHANGE IN Y.M.CA.
SECRETARIES
CAMERON' OF KENORA, *
1 fttIKH   HERE    A\D   .1
n it (,<u:s TO f \i;
TIER, ont
. will
trans
\     t.-
li   i ameroti. of Kenora. Onl
arrive Saturday, having been
ferred bv the Hailway V.M C
this polnl to take the position ol
secretarv His wife will aicoiupam
bim Mr ami Mrs .1 S Teet will
leave In a few days for Cartier, Onl .
their new location A new > M C
\ building lias reccntl) been con**
structfd there antl tbey will have
charge ol the opening Cartier is the
farthest \ M C A point east on the
C.P.R, Secretary Teet has been
here for the past tWO years, opening
the building here and under his administration the Y.M C.A. has been
crow im; and successful. Their many
friends will learn of tlieir departure
with regrel ami many good wishes
from Cranhrook friends will accompany Mr and Mrs. Teet lo tlieir new
home.
™L™MT DF APPEAL FINDS FDD
Kl LUMBER MILLS LID.
DEMOCRATS       ELECT     THEIB
•HOICE    FOR   PRESIDENT
BY LARGE PLURALITY
The results in the [nited Slates
president ial elect iun on Tuesd.i*.
Wero uf the must emphatic charac
ter IVoodrow Wilson, the peino
ratio nominee, made a marvelous
run,   securing US    votes    in      the
electoral college. Roosevoll i.m a
pour second, securing otilj 103 elec
tural college votes, whilst poor old
Tall is credited with but  12
Late returns show results by slate.-.
as follows:
For Wilson,-Alabama, Arizona,
Vrkaiisas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia,
Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky,
Loulsana, Maine, Mary
land, Massachusetts, Minnesota,
Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Neb
raska, Nevada, New Jersey, New
Mexico, New York. North Carolina,
North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Ore
gun, Rhode Island,    South Cnroll.iu,
Tennessee, Texas, I tab. Virginia,
West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming
A total vole m tbe electoral college
of 11 a.
For Roosevelt.—Illinois, Kansas,
Michigan, Pennsylvania. South Dak
ota, Washington. A total vole in
the electoral college ut  102
For 1 an.—Vermont, Idaho and
New Hampshire. A total vote in
tl leeloral colleg  13
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LUMBERING I SCIENCE
LOGGING      ENGINEERING      VT
TIIE 1 NTVli.sin ni- BRITISH ' OM Mill \
Princeton,     N        I ,  N
tears of emotion in     bis eves (
nor Wilson stood before the si
body of Princeton I niversin  as
came cheering ami singing tu
house tu congratulate bim ou
election.
Tlie governor made a brlel apt
The students gave the "locomotive'
yell of Princeton aud sang "Old N'os
sail."
As lie sang the chorus oi the college .song, bis hand Uplifted, moving
steadily to the refrain ol llu* souq,
it  wns    evident   that he was deeplj
moved.      Beside him st I Mrs. Wi!
son and her three daughters, beaming
w itli happiness.
President -lohn <i Ilibben oi
Princeton I diversity was s-* dellgbt-
ed that a Princeton graduate had
captured the presidencj that he declared tomorrow a hollda) in tin*
university.
A demonstration came as a climax
to a rather quiet evening at the Wil
son   home.        Though     the returns
came steadily   along showing       the
trend of    tbe vote in the governor'
favor, it was hard to convince    inn
tliat he was    ahead.     He said        he
preferred to be ultra-conservative m
the matter of returns, but tbe houseful of   people thought otherwise and
so did the students wlm hailed     tlie
governor once more as the) used    to
—"President Wilson "
lu addressing the students, Dr,
Wilson i-aid"
Gentlemen, I am sincerel) glad to
see vou. I got up on a chair so
that you could not see thr patch on
head. But when I se.* this greal
leathering around me tt carries me
hack to many bapp. and laborious
days ami I can not help tlunkitui this
evening that something has only (ust
begun which I mean to have a great
part in carrying forward Therefore
in*,  wish tonight is to U) to      you
that i would aay t.i ntysetl The les
son ol this election is a lesson      of
resp.tnsibility.
"I believe very beartllj  thai       .i
..real cause bas triumphed,  that tin-
Filial Outcome of King; Lumber mils' Suit Against
C. P. R. for Heavy Damages by Fire.   One of
Biggest Cases of kind in Legal History
of Province
Word     was received    from M   it
King todaj    from Vancouver,     oa*
nouncing tiie pleasing fact that    the
rt ui appeal bad found for       the
King    Lumber   Mills,  Ltd .   in the j
hearing of    the appeal  made by    the'
CP.R. against the finding ol       the'
court ol    first   instance In February
lasi, when    the King Lumber Mills.
Ltd , were   awarded a verdict       ol
amages,
ApprOatf-
$140,000
The whole case, including
fees, etc , involves a sum 0
mate!) $300,000
Counsel eagaged In the case were:
Kor the King Lumber Mills. Ltd ,
s s Taylor, K.C, M \ Macdonald;
and A. B. Macdonald Por the C P
H., K. i' Davis, K.C,, .1 i: Mc
Mullen and W   F  Ourd
ihe following telegram   from Dover
loi Marshall:
*i salute you, mi chieftain, m all
• ae and loyalt]
Governor Wilson replied:
"Warmest thanks for your generals telegram. Your part in the
campaign was a source of great
strength and stimulation Mow for
deep pleasure ol close association In
a great work "i national service."
The govcrnoi and Mrs. Wilson en
Lcrtttincd tbeii guests at a buffet
luncheon just before midnight The
governor retired at 13 IS, saying   he
.,. going to ileep until noon      to-
mrron I p to tbe hour ut retiring no message from either President
[aft or Colonel Itoosevelt had reached htm.
N      J ,    Xoi    5-Ke-
a telegram from the de-
Pentral     rallwa) a    few  days ago.
When completed the new railway will
operate non!. and south between tlie
main line of the Canadian Pacific ami
lhc Crows Ne-: division, opening up
a valle)    rnormoush rich In agricultural lands  mineral deposits and fori
est and *!■ '.■•■: resources     With pas
senger .ito   freight service now man
guratat, wort is be tig steadil)    advanced   northward   ior   fortj miles,
and the track is alread)  graded   Ior
about forty miles lurther    Engineers
expert the entire line to he in operation earlv  m 1013,     The opening   of
railway communication between Klko
and Fort Steele will mark, it is be-
ianed. the first important step     to
■.vard an era of big development    in
the Kast Kootenai countn
WIZARD OF SCIKWK
Va wonderful as feats of magicians,
au*l far mure instructive, are the
many experiments wilh radium,
wireless telegraphy and liquid air,
at
Tbat lumbering should
regarded as   n science ai
fessloti    is the   substanc
turns recentlj adopted bj
proper!) i
I as a pn
' of res..In
the Brltis
t'olumbia Lumber and shingle Mann
facturers' association nnd by tlie
Canadian Forestr\ association, favoring the establishment ol a course
iii logging engineering at the new
t diversity of British Columbia Thf
success which has attended the agricultural colleges of Canada and the
United States in equipping the farm
ers* sous with a scientific knowledge of husbandry, is evidence nf
what might be expected from similar
courses devoted to logging engineering. Tbe courses of studv in mir
agricultural colleges have been in
tensely practical ami helpful The
lumber industry deserves tlie same
consideration for those who desire to
become cvpert loggers ami lumbermen, in the broadest sense (if the
term.    Logging is rapidly coming tt
lie recognized as one of the must
Important  features  In tho lumber in
I which Prol     Pfttty   will present
Mi■ll.rt.gham    plainly slated that,  the Auditorium, Cranbrook. on     Ihejdus.rv       Kach vear    the dimcnltle.
drclsion     nl .     concilia    board. . ,Sth !fnr kMwWff,    rew Jtrr
Vmerlcan people know what they
want and that  when thej kn
the,  want  they have the men and
the purpose to obtain it   but that
thei can imt gel what thej
through the    activities nl .< single
man, or a single group «*f men Thej
must  net   it   liv   a lone.  tediOU
fori in which this generation      will
take an important part | feel like
summoning you follow - In
vou have more than generously done
by voting for me and hflievinn m me
I summon you for the rest ol youi
lives to work to set this govern
ment forward by processes ■.( tdstice
equltj ami fairness
I,   myself,    have no feeling      of
triumph tonlghl     I have a feeling rd
leiiui responsibility     I know thai
great task lies ahead of the men
associated witli me and ahead ol
myself. Therefore I look upon you
with the plea that with yout
thoughts, jour best purposes, and
your best impulses, v..u will be li*
hind me and support tie -■ et
men of tbe new administration I
feel as i( I were standing among *••*
younger comrades tonight I thank
.ou for tbe inspiration ihat 1 re
ceived from vour support "
Cheer after cheer rang for"
the    governor   finished ipeakli
the student:,   crowded forward
shake     bands When tlie i-oic
wrnt back itit.t tin* ho in,. '„■     foui,,)
Princeton,
spondiug to
mocrati national chairman asserting
that Uovernoi Wilson wa» unque»-
tionabl) electt 1, tbe '.andidate sent a
dispatch to Mi Mi Combs as follows:
*i deeplj appreciate your icle-
grom and wish to extead to >■ and
tlie members ol u.e campaign com
ntlttee my warm congratulatl
the part you have pUied ia tbe or*
ganization an*d conduct ■ I .. campaign
fought out upon essential issues
■*.\ great cause has triumphed
Kver) democrat, every true pr- *\:*<*-
whatever alliance, must no*
lend bis iuii force and enthusiasm to
the fulfillment nf the pe-opl** > hope,
*■.■■ establishment ol the people's
: gbt. m that idgment and peace
maj -•* band la band
This was    Governor Vtlson      nrt
utterance of a public character    (ol-
wing ins acceptance <■! the reports
that he had been elected
Wilson, VVoodrow,   American educa-.
toi and   historian  u Stauat* r.   Vi
i*    Dec    l*"""1'      Graduated    Iron
Princeton In 1879 t> studied law    in
the I niversitv ol Virginia, and prac-
d in Atlanta Ba . in lltt-fl Alter special studies in history ami politics at the Johns Hopkins t niver-
sit\ (1883-6) he was an asaotiat***
professor   at   Bryn Mawi ir. '.•••■ •
1888 80 professoi ol blatorj     ami
political   economy in   Wesl-*-...-. | *.
1890 was appointe-1
to    the chair ol jurisprudence    aad
politics at Princeton   I pftn the    i
signatlon ol President F   L   Patt
it, t'("2. be was elected president
ihe university, the *,rs* layman
chosen     ile contributed largelj
periodlcali on adn inlstratlve and po
lltlcal -.hett*. and tcxik huh    post-
tion .i> a   ' bolai and author hy    a
works, Int lading   "Coogret*
• ■■ . rati ent    \ Stud)      In
terit an Polit i 11885) which
.■.lined lor I aitlon <-•■.    te»tt.
the  \tl.tiitir. and in F.nsland
i.,   takt i    aa antl oritative on \t
ttU.iu    institution!     'The   ^-'i'r
! ■   ■  ■   ni ||  lork nl nod I'i
Pol I tn ■-■ ■     a stan '.-    ■    •
TiiMsM.fi    and llennli *    I8tt-I*■ *
\i   ntd Master   sad Other
' - ■ Mere Lit*
and   "ti.'T i '■'"■
•     Wi tot        •"        and
\ llistorj t.f the Vmerlran Prtipie"
flvi ■  publlcatioBi   In
perl :  tatisfactor)
n pendloui narrative ol the pniiti
ral hfstorj ol the t nited states He
was also a contributor lO 'lhe Na
tlonal Revenues' (1881 a volume ol
essays hv American economists
HKORD tMZKD      POR     COM INO
SE 190N—LARGE   MEMBERSHIP     I.N     SIGHT   AMi
KEEN    KNTUl SI ASM
OVER PROSPECTIVE
CONTESTS       \T
HOME    AND
ABROAD
'•Will re no' come back azaln
At tail end Of the year. .lohn.
Mak   nell winds blaw, wi' fro*t and
snaw,
Ol'e loe baith keen and clean. .lohnf
Leal-hearted, loyal to the core,
Vour pralsea ave we'll sing, -lohn.
H.     ' met unit kowea we'll rr.ak'    a
throne
An' crown ve "t'urlers' King,' John "
The toregoiag verses breathe some-
wbat "f tne spirit That prevailed at
tiie annual (*eneral meeting of the
■ ranbrook Curhne dub. which t<t*ilc
place at tbe ll"tel t ranbroftk rom-
;,.ittee rooou oa Moodaj evening
Tt.er-* was a Un- attendance aad the-
utm'-st   naanimity   prevailed   Mayor
Bownen    f^rupied the Chair,   and after some ;e:,#-rai    discussdon,      tho
election   of officers     fur   the ensuing
yeai was    proceeded with, as     follows:
President—A  V  Bowness
Vice-president—v*   F Cameron
-* reUry—0  i'  M-Laws
rer— I   \    \rnold
Eiectttlve  eomoiitteOH>foa    ramp
toll W   Halsall and E   Patmore
[es eon •. ,t*ee_p    y,   Wilton, fieo
Mogsarth and w   p Cameron
1   official umpire—lohn CholdlUh
i    i haplain—Bev   R   p   KleaHling
F'*ll-.win*-     \to election of oAceni
ca a .t general    dtaensaloa ol ways
!amt means and    plans for tli** cotndng
leaaoa
The curlins rlol is bring levelled
ar.d pn* ir.*.> Brtt-Claas shape f.,r the
< , .*.r.<i the engagement ■■( a
laretakei hat, totn lett to the eseca
• •.^
it ts aaderatood that the Crown
Nes' INatrlct Curllag < lata' taaocia
tion will httld their annual letnsptel
thu -.ear a'      Ferme. tbOOt   lutMri
Ith
Secretary D  D  McUws «tti     be
pleased to receive the i,a; ^ and entrance fee ot a:.*,  and all curlers WOO
wish to |oii the local anaoclaMon for
the commit maaon       The ntrnncn
fee  is plaint at   110
DEVELOPING EAST KOOTENAY
Rlko  It
pendent on
Nm   i —Hitherto de
Wamui road (or trans
porta Hon facilities, the (rail growers
and market gardenera of the Colombia Kootena) wllej are noi loiikim-
' irwaid X„ a MW era lfl the develop
ment ol one of the im..^T,i/e.| wheat
producing districts nl the «e-.t as a
result of the opening id operation ol
the hint      neeti.ni of     tlte KooUMJ
POPE --JNBTHK
At t'hriit church cathedral, Victoria, it •' . October 11. tn the
Ver> He\ the Bean ol Colombia,
Charles \ pope to Winnifred. daugh
ter nf \u and Mrs James Perguton
Armstrong, of Victoria
Mr   pope is a senior clerk
water   department, of which Mr
y  tratatrong is ehief
Mr ami Mrs pope mil arrive in
this city on   Satiirdav as gOMta     of
Mr   nnd   Mrs   M   \    Boole     Mrs
Beale la a sitter of the bride Thev
will remain here a few davs. before
Settling down in their new hornc nt
Victoria
the
^_M THE   CRANBROOK   HERALD
SI.00
Sl.00 TE"R WEEK. lMVESTE'D IM VASSAMO WILL STAWT
yOU OM THE HOAH TO FO-RTVME. FULL S17F, LOTS.
S60.00 EACH. MOTHl/fG VOWM- $1.00 TEH WEEK- MO
IMTEHEST. MO TAXES. LOTS CUAHAMTEEIt HIGH.
»***. AM'D LEVEL.
No Other Hosiery
Offers This
Toot-clothlng Mini liis wiih absolute ->erfeciion, tot\
disiuis you will rciiilily see if you'll (Jlanrc ul the
icture here . .   iho only hose made ihat is perma-1
funnily slmpril l» llie fool ami leg, and iiml is both '
Seamless and Snug-Fitting
Ymi would not think of huying hose with n seam up llie front
| of  the leg. . . . wouldn't tbat bo ugly and uncomfortableT
Prnbiibly yuu  buy  the kiuil  wiih  a seam up lhe hack only
\ because yuu didn't know  thcro was a kind free from that
ilisciinifori   ami   (insight li ness.     There  is,   however.   You
i get the better kind in any  weight   ur  color  if yuu
lmy hosiery made by
Penmans  Limited
Paris Canada
Uad.rw.sr.   Sweal.ra,   B.ci.ry
76
MAN OF GOLD
CAN \1H \N Ll MBl.ILM IN  PITTKIl
WITH    MILS     VNB   ELBOW
JOINTS   OK   PRBCIOCH
METALS    TO   UK
PL VCK LOST ONES.
\     Canadian    I berman     named
Theodore \V. Peters, who is now on
a visit to Washington, has been given
the sobriquel ol "The Man of Gold,"
because several pounds of that prcc
urns metal have been substituted for
bones in various parts ol lus bud)
As the result of mi accident on tlie
St. Lawrence rivei some vears nuo,
when he foil 1511 feel in the eflort to
save a companion, Peters hod the
bones of both legs and arms and his
neck broken, while all his nhs     were
so Imd!)  shattered Ihnl the)  had to
lie entire!)  replnceil In  new nhs    ol
md.i
His dhows now have gold and all
ver minis, and while he can onl)
turn them in certain directions he has
little ditliculiv in using them  on top
of   his   head is     a gold plate al t
three inches in diameter, nnd his neck
is lield In place hy a stifl steel brace
\1 together the way in which the doctors managed   lo pntch up Mr   Pet
ers ii: eighteen months'   treatment   is
considered   a   marvel of modern nut
gery.
Mr peters \u*ars a Dewey medal
for bravery In cutting n cable ut
Manila during the Spanish- \ mer Icon
war
'S BAy ROUTE
QUITE PRACTICABLE
\ IKWH ni-   AN    IAPI.hKKi; WHO
SPKAKS PROM CLOSE PERSONAL OBSERVATION.'
Cochrane, Nov   1 -"Mosl ol      the
tales   thai an* being told ol the |m
possfbllit)   of the Hudson lla\   nS     a
trade route are mere hearsay and
gossip, The    mcil    who   na*. Igatc
tliese water, and have navigated
Ihem rearlj na) lhal il proper pre
cautions are taken Hudson's Straits
can cos!!) be maintained as a
rogulai trade passage " So speaks a
man who has jusl returned to clvilii
ation after eighteen months' esplor
ation s'orl a nroatth) sj ridli ate
ii, the bat re »l ] ngava
tie    .■ ■ iludson'i Baj boat.
the MoS< p ■ i fourteen knot vessel,  l • nl the wesl     end
of Hud traits, nnd in-     mode
particular inquiries oi Captain
Smith, a veteran captain, as to
what he thought of the Hudson's
ita. route.
From him he learned tliat ice did
not seriously interfere with bim In
lus trips, and he has been making
them yearlj for the past I went)
years. "If," said the captain, "the
passage were bunyeil and lighted pro
perly, and wireless stations established   mi each side,    it is perlectl)
practicable as a Viaib* route The
idea that Hudson's St rail is an he
logged river is foolish. It is ROD
miles Inng and about 120 miles wide,
and at Wolstenholmc it is even 1RH
miles wide. Tbere is always a pas
sane, and if wireless stations were
established navigators could      know
jusl where the ice was and would
lie able to ..'onl Hi,. fMavs thev e\
perience now "
The explorer joined the ship on
August aisl of this vear, uud riubt
ain-v, Hudson''- Hav and until thej
readied .Limes Ila*. thev did nol meet
anv ice al  till        \cC0r<1lng to tbe iu
formation be has obtained from those
who make their living by sailing the
subarctic seas, tbere is no douhl
that a northern trade mute will
some day be established which will
largely alter the transportation map
of Canada.
Tlie attempts that Hie government,
have made so far lo discover the
possibility of this route, says      this
explorer, have been largely conducted
by people who were unfamiliar with
conditions and bad uo evpert know
ledge to vcrlf) what they were told.
The Hudson's Bay factor, who is nen
orally the source of information, has
very little idea of the country o
hundred miles away from his post,
except in rumor aud hearsay.
If the govcrnmeni really wanted to
discover the truth about the matter,
he asked, whv did ihey not net the
• •pinion    nf tiie big English shipping
firms wlm traded into those sea:
.uni had iiniipu*   means of estimating
the situation?
\ccordlng to the informant nf the
press there are ureal possibilities of
minerals, hut the expeditions titled
out so far have been ridiculously inadequate to cope with the needs of
tin*  tremendous    countr)     "It is a
world apart, and  no man can gel      a
conception ol its voBtncss   unless   he
bus been up there." lie said. "Living
with hull.ins and Esqtlimos, the
while men are imbued with their fat
nllsm, and view anv enterprise or ex
ploration as s,i much writing on tlie
sands nf the seashore, lo be wiped
out utterly on the morrow."
School Report
SUMMARY      OK     ATTENDANCE
I'-Ht OCTOBKR—DIVISION 8
WINS SHIELD.
Teacher
Division L-
i. ■'  Cranston
Division n —
Miss Dick
Division III —
Miss Barkis  .
Division iv -
Miss Becbtel
Division \ -
Miss Rut tab)
Division VI —
Miss Ktchards
Division VII -
Miss   IDsCOCks
Division  VIH -
Miss Cartwrlght
Division l\ —
Miss   Paulkner
Division \ —
Miss   MacDonald
§ Si
i  £ 1 b_
Or*.* u   tt
c     c - r *m
tS    * ** - *
IN Ifi ::, n; 7s
83 26.08 Kl li.
.in 28.40 88.80
.11 IB 80 no.7»
H 86.18 81 2n
50       II IK    KH Ilk
v.     ir ii   ft ui
Tm      17 l*J   14 J7
.'tl      11 27    Sli NO
."i7    81.08  80.52
136  388.70   B8.88
Division s (.Miss Cartwrlght) wins
Nelson Shield with the very high
percentage ol B-1.37.
PERFECT ATTENDANCE
Division 1
Wilfrid Dalian.
■ lessie Kennedy.
Jessie McDonald
Ash ton Powers.
(Hive White
Division ll
Vrlhur Burch.
Meiford Carson.
Olsdys Hickenbotham
Oracle Iliggins
Willie Lenmnn
Vincent Kink
Wanda Pink.
Dorothy Mackay.
Albert Laurie.
Division III.
Kdwanl Hannah.
Merrit Leask.
Kniiisford Parks.
Arthur Kiches.
Vigil Santo,
Wimillred Webb.
Division IV.
Raymond Parnaby.
Nettie Robinson.
May Smith.
Bradford Carson.
Melville Dallas
Margaret Mullen.
Gladys Spence.
Agnes Reekie.
Division V.
Mar) Bomber.
Muriel Baxter.
Man Bing.
0ladya Brookes.
Bouieo Brault.
Harold Ilaslam.
N« Wai Hoy.
Kutti Kendall.
Allan Laeey.
Harold Leask.
Lillian Met ready.
Mary Mullen.
Dorothy I teed.
Doris Sainsbury.
Violet Simpson.
Crossley Taylor.
David Watson.
Division VI.
Donna Argue.
Irene Bernard.
Allan Brown.
Charlie Chapman.
Christine Carson.
Jennie Hopkins.
Ellen .lohnson.
Thirza Johnson.
Jeannette Jones.
Palth Kendall.
Wilfred Kennedy.
Mary Laeey.
Harry Musser.
Kdith .Murgatroyd.
Hugh McDonald.
Warren Spence.
Irma Ward.
Harold Hood.
Division VII.
Merle Bennett.
Malcolm Bellinger.
Marion Drummond.
Mabel Findlay.
Margaret Laeey.
Sadie Laeey.
Russell Leask.
Eric MacKinnon
Marion MacKinnon
Barry McDonald.
Ma Kwong.
Pearl Pratt.
Winnie Phillips
David Beekie
Flossie Beekie,
Harry Smith
Ida Johnson.
Donald Dallas,
otto Oil).
Denys Simmons
Bay Seott.
Palmer Rutledge.
Mary ('arson.
Harold Kummer.
Division Vill
Kathleen  Atchison.
Homer Auberton.
Freddy Briggs
Leonard Burton.
Norvel Caslakc
Elizabeth Chapman.
Arthur Gill.
Oabrfclla Hamilton.
Nettie Johnson
.lack Kirkland
Irene Linnell.
I .enure Little.
Jack Moffat
Stanley   Mi ilia t
Charles Musser.
Annie Parnaby.
Gertrude Parnaby.
Tom Beekie
Milton Sluoni.
Hope Taylor
Camille Tito.
Jim Tito
Sam Watson
Gordon Woodman.
Duivioii IX.
Gordon Armstrong.
Gilbert  Simmons-
Homer Bernard.
Vera Baxter.
Ida Dunning.
Archie llorrie
Stella Johnson.
Ella  Kendal
Tresis Lacy.
•lames Logan.
Nellie Moore.
Patricia McDermot.
On Mow.
Donald Morrison.
Eddie Spence.
Phylis Small
Bertie Townsend.
Mary Summervllle.
Jack Stephens.
Michel Moore.
Flossie Onrd.
\nnie Johnson.
Division X.
Gerald Bnrllam.
Don I-.win.
Nora Finley.
Edna Freak.
Marion Henderson,
Mac Kirkland.
Vivian Kummer.
Vera Lister.
Rub)*  lister.
Arthur Tower.
Kathleen Tito
Margaret Can
Chas  MeKenna
John Show
Hilda Stewart.
Edward Stone.
Raymond St  Eloi
Marjorle Burton
Bernlce Pratt.
Katie Watson.
Douglas Thompson.
Ernest  South
Gerald Cline.
Moon Saw.
WILLIAM KLEIN
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
215-317 Lougheed Bldg,
CALGARY, ALBERTA
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICE
NOTICK IS IIKItKIIV GIVEN
that thirty days after date I .shall
apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands at Victoria fur a license I
prospect for coal and petroleum on
the following described lands, situ
ate in the district of South Kast
Kootenay, Block ■l.'ifl.'i:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near '1 miles east of the 39 mile
post ou C.P.R, survey on west
boundary of Block 4503 and being
the N. W. corner of T C Witherspoon claim; thence south 80 chains;
thence east 80 chains; ihence north
80 chains; thence west 80 chains to
tlte point of commencement, and con
tainlng bio acres, more or less.
T. C. Withersj n.  Locator.
John Virgo, Agent.
Located   this IHth day of October,
1012. 41-5t
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICK
NOTICK IS HKRKBY GIVEN
that thirty days after date 1 shall
apply to thc chief Commissioner ol
Lands al Victoria for a license to
prospect lur coal and petroleum un
the following described lauds, situ
ute in the district of South East
Km.tenay,  Block -1593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 2 miles cast of the S.E.
corner of Lot 7507 and bliug the N.
K. corner of thc T. "C. Witherspoon
claim; tlience south 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thence north "SU
chains; thence east 80 chains to the
point ol commencement and contain
ing tilt) acres, more or less.
T. c. Witherspoon, Locator.
John Virgo, Agent.
Witness: Archie Belden.
Located this 21st day of September, 1912. 4t-5t
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICK
NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVEN
that thirty days after date 1 shall
apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands at Victoria for a license to
prospect for coal and petroleum on
the following described lands, situ
ate iu the district of South East
Kootenay. Block 1503:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near t mile east of the -10 mile
post on C.P.R. survey on west
boundary of Block 4593 and being the
N. W. corner post of the T. C. Witherspoon claim; thence south Sn
chains, Ihence east Kit chains; Iheuci
north Kit chains, tlience west Ki
chains to the point of commence
ment, ami containing Bin acres, more
or less.
T. c. Witherspoon, Locator.
John Virgo, Agent
Located this 17th day of October
1012, 1151
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICE
NOTICK IS HKBKin OIVEN
that third days after date I slm
itpph to tbe Chlel Commissioner of
Lands at Victoria for a license to
prospect (or coal and petroleum 01
the following described lands, silu
ute in the district of South, last
Kootena). Block  1693
Commencing at a post planted at
nr near 1 mile east of Ihe .'til mile
post on C.P.R. survey west hound
arv of Block 1593 and being tlie S.I-:,
corner of the T. c. Witherspoon
claim; thence north 8il chains;
thence wesl 80 chains; thence south
80 chains; thence east 80 ehains to
the point of commencement, nnd containing 6-10 acres, more or less.
T. C. Witherspoon, Locator.
John Virgo, Agent.
Located this 17tli   dav of October,
1912. U-51
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICK.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
that thirty days after date 1 shall
apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands nt Virtorin for a license to
prospect for conl nml pet roleum mi
the following described lands, situate In the district ol South Kast
Kootenny, Block 4593:
Commencing nt n post planted nt
or near 3 miles east ol the 30    mile
YOUR
OPPORTUNITY
TO subscribe for stock in the proposed FRACHE
BROS. FLORAL CO., Ltd. The Company,
when incorporated, propose to enlarge their present
greenhouses at Grand Forks-, and build branches in the principal towns in Southern B. C. Cranbrook will be one of
our centres. If you want to invest in a good established
paying business, right now is your time.
The promoters of the Company are well known to the
business men of Cranbrook.   For full particulars write to
FRACHE BROTHERS
FLORISTS
Grand Forks       -       -      -      -       B. C.
SHARES $50.00 EACH
1 agree to subscribe for — — Shares in the Capital Stock
nf tl,.." FRACHE BROS. FLORAL COMPANY, LIMITED," and pay for samo after incorporation
of Company und allotment to mo of above shares therein us follows : Twenty per cent, oash
per sharabn allotment] and balance nny time thereafter on receipt of three months' notice
requiring such payment.
Dated at the	
day of	
. 1012
Applicant
Post ou C.P.H. survey on west
boundarj ol Block 1503 and being the
N.W. corner post of the T. C. Witherspoon claim; thence south HH
chains; thence east 80 chains; thence
north H(i chains; thence west SO
eliains to tiie point of commencement, and containing 640 acres, more
or less.
T. C. Witherspoon, Locator,
■lohn Virgo, Agent.
Located tbis   17th day of October,
1912. 14-51
COAL AND l'KTBOLKCM NOTICK.
NOTICK    LS    HEREBY    GIVEN
that thirty days alter date I shall
apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lamls at Victoria for a license to
prospect for coal and petroleum on
the following described lands, situ
ate in tbe district of South Kast
Kootenay, Block 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near - miles south then 3 miles
east of the S. K. corner of Lot t?5«7
and being the NH, corner of the T.
C, Witherspoon claim; thence south
so chains; thence west 80 chains,
tbence north 80 chains; thenco east
SO chains to the point of commencement, and containing 610 acres,
more or less.
T. C. Witherspoon, Locator,
.lohn Virgo, Agent.
Witness: Archie Belden.
Located this 23rd day of September, 1912. H-5t
co\l. ANT) PETROLEUM NOTICE.
NOTICK IS HKRKBY OIVEN
that thirty da>s lifter date 1 shall
Bpply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands at Vicloria for a license to
prospecl Tor coal and petroleum ou
lhe lollowlng described lauds, situ
ale in the district of South Kast
Kootenay, Block  15113:
Com* icing at  a post  planted    nt
or near 2 miles south then I mile
■ast of the S K. corner of Lot 7507
ami being the N.W. corner ol the
I'. C. Witherspoon claim; thence
lOUth no chains; thence east SO
•bains; tlience nortii 80 chains, thence
.vest 80 chains to the point of eom-
iienceiiient, and containing 640 acres,
nore or lens.
T. C, Witherspoon, Locator.
■lohn Virgo, Agent,
fitness: Archie Belden.
Located this   23rd day ol Septem-
er, 1K12. 44-5t
An Opportunity for a
Reliable Man in
Cranbrook
We hnvo Bimie Gilt Edged Original Prairie Townsite.
mot sub-divisions), whieli appeal lo the intelligent investor, and we intend to put on an extensive advertising campaign in CRANBKOOK as soon as we complete arrangements with a li.-s'.-class man, who enn follow up inquiries.
We mail the distriet thoroughly. The right man who will
apply himself ean make this a permanent and very profitable position. Apply H. W. McCnrdy, 502 Temple Build-
ing, Toronto.
JXyrcl
Down—has come the price of
Ford cars—to a point where
you can no longer afford to be
without one. With this reduction the Ford ceases to bc
a luxury and becomes a necessity.
Runabout
Touring Car
Town Car
$675
750
1000
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICE.
NOTICK IS IIKItKIIV OIVEN
thai thirty days nftrr date I shall
apply ti) thp Chiel Commissioner '»f
Lands at Victoria for a license tn
prnspect (ur cnal anil pptrolpum on
the lollowlng described lands, situ-
ite in Hip district ol South Kast
Kootenay, Ulnek MM:
Commc'ocing at n post planted al
nr near I miles easl ol the 2!) mile
post nn c.l'.ll. survey on west
hnundnry nf Mlnck MM and lieing tlip
S.E.   enrner nl    Hie T.   C Wlther-
ThoHU new prices, f.o.li. Walkerville,
Out., with all equipment, An early
order will moan au early delivery. Get
catalogue from Kootenny Garage Go..
Crnnbrook, It. 0., or I). V. Mott, Pernio,
or direct from Walkerville.
spoon claim; tnence north 80 ehains;
thence west 80 eliains; thenee south
Ull chnins: thenee east R0 chains to
the point ol commencement, nnd
containing 610 aeres, more or less
T. c. Witherspoon, Locator
.lohn Virgo, Agent.
Located this 18tli   day ol Oetohcr.
1012. -I'l-St
COAL ANI) PETROLEUM NOTICE.
NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVEN
that thirty days after date I shall
apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands at Victoria for a license to
prospect lor   coal and   petroleum on
tlie following described lands, situate in the district ol South Kasl
Kootenay, Block  1503:
Commencing nt a post planted ut
or near I miles east of the C.P.lt.
survey 2!) mile post on west boundary of lllock MM and being the N.E.
corner pnst of the T. C. Witlierspnon
claim; thenee south 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thence nortii 80
chains; thence east 80 chains to tbs
point ot commencement nnd containing 6-10 acres, more or les*.
T. C Witherspoon, Locator.
.Inbn Virgo, Agent.
Located this  18th day ol October,
1*12. M-tt THU   ORANIJHOOK   HEBALD
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Young pigs, six    to
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If
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Hams, Bacon, Fresh Meats, Poultry and Fish I
A trial ortlor will vit you o( thuir oxuolluiic-o
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t'OAl   VND 1*1 i Itoi n M m . ini
NOTICK    is    iikki \\\    i,i\ i \
Mini thlrtj   daya   .tttfi   date I iball
iijiph to the   Chlel Commission^) ol
l.iiinl*.   .it \ [ctoi i.i  loi   a II
proi pei i it.i   . oal ami   petroleum nn
till*   loll.."
ate   in the   district    ol Bo tl   I  i
Kootenay, 111* i
Commencing -ii .1 posl planted    .it
ni in'.11 .: miles south, then t    miles
eaal ■*.'   the  S 1    cornei ol I
.imi being the H w   1 ornei
T    V     Withers] Inli    thew ■•
liurth   RO • halni    them r >■• I       -SO
t liains; thence south RO rtiaii
nr I  Nil > 1..mi-,   to    the pnlnt       "f
 mencfmenl and containln       I  0
.,. -.    ■ ore 01 lei
I'   1    IVtlhei iponii   1
lohn \ iii'.".   \ •  '
un..      Vrehte llelden
l ,1. died this       :■! da) <>i Rcptent
Ihi. 191*1 14-51
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AND PETROLEUM \i
iierem
PICK
NOTICK    is    HEREBY    OIVEN
that tbirti   days  alter   date I shall
,iji]h.  to ■ r   ■ ilonei
Lands   at \ Ictoi la   for   .1 license to
prospect *   petroleum on
the follo-s in.-, d rril pil land situ
ate in the disti li" ol Kouth l asl
Kootenay, nioch   I M ■
Commencing st .1 post planted    al
m neai 3 miles south, then 1    mile
easl ol the   s r  cornei nl 1 1 ■  ■ ■
snd being itn*  N w   cornet <>r (he T
■ '   Withers] n   claim; thence south
mi chains; Ihei ri ensi lfl clialiia;
thence north   nn chalni   thence wesl
BO cnalns to the point
menl    nml   roi *
more 01 less
'I*  V  Witti.'i 1 n
John \ ui'.i,  Vgen
H ini      Vrchle llelden
l oeated tins 23rd daj
her. ni;!
I conimoncc
1,in    acres,
■f Scptem
11 BI
nm, wn pi nun n m notick
, COAL  Wii PETKOLEI M NOTICK
NOTICK
'. Mi.it thirty
is
 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    IIKItKIIV    <ilVI-.\
NOTICK is IIKHKHY OIVKN (that thirty days alter date 1 shall
thai thlrtj daj-s after date I shall npply to the Chief Commissioner of
apply to tin* Chief Commissioner "M ■•■*""ls at Victoria for a liconso to
Lands at Victoria for a license to prospect for coal ami petroleum on
the following described lands, situ
ate in the district of South Easl
Kootenay, Block 4503:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near I miles south, limn I miles
cast of tlir S.K. corner of l.ot 7507
ami being tbc S.E. corner of tho
T. c. Witherspoon claim; tbence
north iso chains; thenco west 80
chains; thenco south 80 ehains; thenco
east 8(1 chains to tho point of com
mencement, mnl containing (ill) acres,
more or less.
T. C. Witherspoon, Locator.
.lohn Virgo, Agent.
Witness: Archie Beldcn.
Located this tlth day of October,
Mia. 44 -5t
prospect for   coal and   petroleum onl
tbe following   described   lands, situate   in tbc   district   of South Kast
Kootenay, Block  1303: :
Commencing al n i'"st planted    at
or near .'t miles east of the S.K. corner of    Lot 7.rin7 and being tbc N.W.
comer   of   t be T     ('.    Wit bet spoon
clhlm; tlience south Kll chains; thence'
easl   80 chains;     tlience north       80 '
chains; tlience west  KU chains to the j
point of   commencement, and      containing I! to acres, more or less.
T. ('.  Witherspoon,  Locator,
■lohn VlrgO, Agent.
Witness: Archie Belden.
Located   this llth day ol October,
ims. 41 r»t
MONTREAL   BOARD OF HARBOR
COMMISSIONERS      NOW    \
TORY POLITICAL MA
CHINE.
The resignation of Major fi W
Stephens, as president of the Montreal Harbor Board, has robbed Canada's greatest harbor of tho greatest
harbor expert on thc continent. Mr.
Stephens has resigned, following the
resignation of his two colleagues,-
Messrs. C. C Ballantyno and L. O.
Ocoffrfon.
Muring tho years they imve been in
ofllce tliey have done more for the
port than was ever done before, anil
have transformed it from a dirty,
medieval harbor to a splendidly
equipped modern port. But. they were
Liberals, and no matter how goml
their work tbey must go. The gov-
ernment apparently was afraid to
openly dismiss them. liven Mr,
Monk witheld his trusty axe. But
from the day the Conservative government assumed olliee a determined
effort has lieen made to oust thc
three commissioners ami replace then*
with Tories. This for two reasons:
the commissioners arc paid good salaries so that their dismissal meant
three fat jobs for party friends, But
it meant much more than this. The
Montreal Harbor Commission has
J control over thousands of employees, of all kinds, from dockwallopers
to highly paid engineers, ami expends hundreds of thousands of dollars annually. The harbor commissioners, with the antique idea that
tbey were paid to run the harbor and
pay their employees to do real work,
clashed with tbe modern idea ui the
Borden government that jobs were'
made for party friends ami not for
any other useless purpose BUch as
work. A determined effort began
among the Tories of Quebec province
for  the      beads  of  Messrs    Stephens.
Geoffrlon and Ballaatync. All three
.in* wealthy men with very large business interests. Not one of Ihem
had any particular need of the salary
attached to the office, and they undertook the arduous work of remodel-'
lim: the whole business of tin* harbour more from a sense of patriotic
duty than for personal profit. They
devoted years of incessant labor to
tins work, while iu at least ime Instance, more money ol bis own has
been sjwnl in the occupant ol the offlce, than his salary amounted lo, in
furthering its work.
\B soon as the agitation against
ihem was commenced by thc Tory
spoilsmen, the harbor commissioners
realized thai they must make room
for party friends, so that tho Tory
government would once again make
tin* harbor commission a political
machine.       The agitation grew, hut
thfl business interests o[ Montreal
fought it ami representations were
made bj the hoard of trade, the
Shipping Federation and La Chatnbre
de Commerce, to the governmenl
tl1.1t   il   would  be destructive   lo    the
besi Interests ol the port of Mon
trenl to dismiss tho three men who
were doing BUch splendid work for
it In the   face of such inlliicntial
representations tl fforts of       the
:oli hunters failed lor a time and the j
Porj   DX0  was witheld,   but   llie pics
sure continued Wading it Itnpos
slblo to at once have tbe commission
ers dismissed lho Conservative inter
esls kept bus) interfering with tlte
worn of the commissioners with Ibc
Idea of making things so disagreeable
that thej would resign. The commissioners announced their intention
of resigning as soon as their main
programme of harbor improvement
was finished, which would be in less
than a year from now. This did not
satisfy the voracious appetites of
those who wished to feed at the*
party trough, Tbe pin-prick policy
was kept up, and now, in disgust,
the three commissioners have sent iu
tlieir resignations. This can have but
one effect—the interference with the
splendid work of harbor improvement
carried on by the late commissioners,'
political bosses instead of business
management and a return to the orl-|
ginal state of affairs under whicli .... ,.
a frank party organization the liar-| ci
hor hoard neglected the harbor and
ran things for political advantage.
It may he a vote producing change,
but Montreal nnd tbe business of
Canada's greatest port will he the
sufferers.
ARMY IN PULL RETREAT UPON
CONSTANTINOPLE    AM)
TURKISH GOVERNMENT
1SSI ES    BULLETINS
.DMITTINCI    i>K
l-'KAT.
London, Nov, I.—The Turkish army
is in full retreat on Constantinople,
ami the Turkish government has asked the powers to intervene.
An official bulletin has been issued
by the government at Cons tan tinoplo
admitting defeal at the hands of the
Bulgarians In tin* great battle on the
Thraeiaii plums Applications were
made to the embassies in C011-
stantiimple tn end the war ami nr-
range agreemenl
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREIN OIVEN
that thirty days after date I shall
apply to the Chief t'ominlsslonor 01
Lamls at Victoria for a license ■■
prospecl for coal and petroleum on
the following described lauds, situ
ate in the dislrict of South Easl
Kootenay, lilnck ISKS:
Commencing al a posl planted at
or near I  mile east ol lhe 30       mile
post ,»n C p.R, survey on west
boundarj of Block 4503 ami being lho
S. W. coiner ol tho T. C Wither
Bpoon claim, thenco north 80 chains,
them-e east KO chains; tltoiico south
m chains; tbence west 80 chains, to
the point of commencement, ami con
taining Hln acres, more or less,
T. i'. Witherspoon, Locator
John Virgo, Agent.
Located this   17tb [lay of Octob*
1912. II
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COLDSTREAM ESTATE NURSERIES
VERNON, B. C.
AM. STOCK OFFERED FOK SALE GROWN
IX OCR OWX NURSERIES
P. DE VERE HUNT, Local Ajrent
Phone 139 Cranbrook, B. C.
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\ Imperial Bank of Canada
i
MEAD OFFICE: TORONTO
Constantinople,
stantinople is    in
inent over the a lu
the field   of hat Mi
natives alike are
tension caused   liv
lar}  disasters,    ;
city is in a state
some iptarters is unchecked,
families are leaving the city
Nov.       I.—Con-
a fever of evcile
■ ling reports from
foreigners and
tiering frnm    tin*
lie series of inili
I although       the
if siege,   crime in
Main
Tlie
I'o.U. ANI) PETROLEUM NOTICE,
NOTICK IS HEREI1Y OIVEN
that thirty days after date I shall
apply to the chief Commissioner of
Lands at Victoria fnr a license to
prnspect for cnal ami petroleum on
the following described lands, situ
ate iu the district of Smith lias I
Kootenay, Hloek 1503:
Commencing at a posl plnnlcd at
or near 1 mile east of the 30 mile
post, on C.I'.H, survey on west
boundarj of lllock 1503 and being the
V K corner of the T. 0. Uilln-r
spoon claim; thence south K0 chains
thence west K0 chains, tlience
KO chains;   tlience easl    Kn cli;
tin:   point     of    commenc ent,    ,1
containing f'tu acres, more 01 less
T. ('. Witherspoon. Locatoi
■lohn Virgo, Agent.
Located  this    171 II day of Octnb-
1012. ll
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED
CAPITAL SUBSCRIBED
CAPITAL PAID UP     -
RESERVE FUND
TOTAL ASSETS
$10,000,000.00
c.000,000.00
MoO.OOO.OO
0.460,000.00
$72,000,000.00
H. IL WILL IK, Prsildent.
HON. ROBERT JAFFRAY, Vice-President
Ms   nf   Corporations,   Municipalities,
imi Private Individuals invited.
Letters of Credit Issued available in nny pari i»f
Accoi
Farmers
Oralis
tlio worl',11
SAVINGS DKI'
Kivon to Savings Hank
upwards roc
Mc
VlfT.M ENT     Special   attention
Accounts.      l.>e|*nsilB   of   $1.00    niul
ivt'd uml interest allowed frnm date of deposil
nortl
lis   lo
people fear lirst an outbreak of Mos
loin fanaticism hy lite turbulent ele
ments, the lower class, and second,
a rising of hordes of maddened soldiers, who are being driven by the
Unitarians tn make their last stand
a few miles outside of Constantinople, and then, perhaps, lo fall back
on the capital.
Tbere is a large and unruly population which would he glad Tor any
pretext fnr massacre and pillage.
The presence of mine than 10,000
Moslem refugees from the war zone
wlm have lost all their possessions,
adds in the danger of tin* situation.
Humors are current thai tbe Voting
Turks committee may start rioting
With the object of overthrow ini; the
government, but there is no tangible
proof of such a plan.
It is doubtful if a rising would he
directed against foreigners as much
us native Christians, hut the danger
to foreigners is very real. If the
Turkish army sustains complete defeat, the lives aud proper!\ nf thousands, as well as native Christians,
will be in imminent peril.
Tbe presence of foreign warships is
of the greatest importance, am)
would be the surest guarantee of
security of foreign interests The
government has made more severe
thc state of Blegc; strong patrols
circulate through the streets and the
police have received orders to use the
utmost vigilance.
A brigade of infantry has lieen
despatched to Thaila, with orders to
prevent all fugitives, particular!) soldiers, rrom proceeding to Constantinople
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOT1CI
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that thirty days alter date I shall
(tpply I" the Chief Commissioner ol
Lamls at Victoria fnr a license t"
prospect for coal and petroleum on
thc following described lands, situ
ute iu the district ot South East
Kootenay, Block -15!)3:
Commencing at a pnst planted at
or near 2 miles smith, then I mile
east of the S.E. corner of Lot 7507
and being tbc S.W. comer of the T
C. Witherspoon claim; thence north
KO eliains; thence east "0 chains,
thence smith Wi chains; thence wcSl
Kfl chains to the point nf commence
mentj and containing 040 acres,
more or less.
T. C. Witlierspnon. Locator
■lohn Virgo, Agent.
Witness: Archie Belden.
Located this 23rd dav ol Septcm
her, 1012. 14-51
Cranbrook Branch: H. W. SUPPLE. Mgr.
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I ROYAL BANK OF CANADA \
HBAD OFFICE     -     MONTREAL. QUEBEC %
Capital I'aid I p $11,500,000 Mcscrve $14,500,000        %
HOLT. President K. L. I'Kask. General Manager
II.
dialed,
Accounts of Firms, Corporatloni and Individuals *o1n
1 i'ii of lown busloeti receives evwy sttenUoo.
SAVINGS DKPARTMENT-Dep.-»ltaoi fLOOand np»anli« received
and interest allowed at current rate.   No formality or delay in
withdrawing.
sstransai ted,
leneral Rankin,- Bus!   	
♦      Cranbrook Branch : T. H. O'CONNELL, Manager
CLASSES
IN
Drawing, Water Colors, Pastels, Oils, and China
Painting
will  Im   opened   tin* SECOND
WKBK OF NOVEMBBB,
For Further information intend*
hit* pupils should cull ur wrtti-
MISS.M. A. DuVLK
nt the  resldenoo of   .Mr.  Louie
MoDonnM, Oranbrook, B.O,
COAL AM) PETROLEUM NOTICK
NOTIOE IS IIKItKIIV OIVEN
that thirty dais after date 1 shall
apply tu the Chief Commissioner* of
Lands at Victoria for a license to
prospect for coal ami petroleum mi
the following described lamls, situ*
ate iu tbe district of South East
Kootena]-, Block -1593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near I miles south then 2 miles
east of the S.K. corner of Lot 7507
ami being the S W. corner ol the
T. C. Witherspoon claim; thence
north Ml chains; tlience east sn
chains; thenee south KU chains,
tlience west nil chains to the point nl
immemement. ami containing '''"
acres, more or less.
T. C, Witherspoon. Locator
■lohn Virgo, Agent.
Witness: Archie Belden.
Located this oth day of October.
1913. 44 H
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICE
NOTICE IS IIKKKMV GIVEN
that thirty days after ilate I shall
apply to the Chief Commissioner ol
Lamls at Victoria for a license to
prospect for coal ami petroleum on
the lollowlng described lamls, situ
ate in the district of South East
Kootenay, Block 451)3:
Commencing at a pnst planted at
or near 2 miles east ol the S Iv cor
ner of Lot 7507 and being the N ,\\
corner of the T. C, Witherspoon
claim; thence south Ml chains. Ihence
east Hll chains; thence north 10
chains, thence west Ha chains; to the
point of commencement, aad coa
talntng 840 acres, more or leas
T. C. Witherspoon. Locator
•lohn Virgo, Aeent
Witness: Archie Belden
Located this   2lst day ol Sep ten
her,  IWI2. 11 "■■
C-£ANE0
SHE SHOWS WITH PRIDE
the garments tlmt we Clean forlier by
our Pry piocess, which tski 1 oui every
otuiii and *■*'■■' ini-i icavti- tin* fabric
looking   like  new.    We are espetU ••'•
the business* snd have nn t)|Mo*date
plant tlmt en:iMr- op to turn out excel*
Ifiit work in a short lime *m-l ai 11 very
reasonable eost. Send nil yonr Pry
Oleaning here end lie entllfletl.
Garments called  fur nnd delivered
promptly.
Ladies* Work a Specially
WV guarantee all work istlnfai tory.
Cranbrook Dyeing and
Cleaning Works
BENTON & SCUDDER, Prop'rs
PHONE iS7 Ring m up
♦
j A Good  Home
*, is what is 'lear to i-verr man.   A home
♦ is wben Peace. Comfort. Contentment.
* and Plenty is foun<! That is tiie reason
» men throogboal British Colombia, when
J "Oranbnwk" is mention**] think of the
• provisions -los. Brault has mad** for an
J ideal home at the
I Canadian Hotel
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* Yonr house coimeotetl with Ibe new sever*!.''- syoi.-in.
♦ PHONE '"I".   Onr workfcnuaiiteed.   Betlmatei ol cost
*f         eheerfully given.
The CraLtibrook Plumbing, Tinsmithing
a.r.d HeMim* Company
tv. K. JOHNSON, PropriMoi
P.O. BOX ••«) WORKS! EDWARD ST.
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Cnnbrook, B. C,
PROVISIONERS and
EXPORTERS I
All Our MeiU are Governmenl
Inspected
Head Office.  CALGARY,  ALTA.
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1 DAI   Wh l'l.n.o[.|-:i M NOTICK
NOTICK is HEREBY OIVEN
thai thlrtj da) 1 after .i..t«* 1 ihall
applj t.i tin* ri.ii-j ComtnlntoMr ■•(
l.onda .it Victoria f«>r ■ Itceue to
proapeel (-ir coal -ind petroleum on
ilie following described lamls. situ
ate In tin* district ..[ South Eaat
Kootenay, Hloek 1593:
Commencing nt a poil planted at
i»r near II miles smith, then I mllCfl
eaal *.f tlie si-; corner nf l.nt 750T
and being the n w. corner <>( xto
T. '' Wit herapt»«m claim. 1 hence
south Hit chalni; thence east kii
ehalbt; theme north so chains;
thence west ku chains to the point ol
"intiienreinent    .mil    containing W0
ITS,   mure nr  It"-*-
T. 1*. Witherspoon, 1-ocator
•lohn Virgo, \neni
Witness  Archie Belden
t-ocatcd thin imh daj ««( October,
mil. «4 M| If 13
COAI, \M> PBTROLBt M NOTICE.
NOTICB    lfl    HEREBY    OIVBN
applj to the   chief Commissioner <»f
that   tfalrtj    lUp    alter    'late I  s)i.i||
Lands at Victoria for .1 license to
!ir->s|K*. t for coal and petroleum on
the Miidiinu described laads, situate in the district ol South Kast
Kootenay.  Hloek  4518:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 2 miles east of the 2!* mile
post on the (' V I! surrey on west
boundary "f Bloc! WM and being the
Si: rorner of tbe T c Witherspoon claim, thence north B0 chains,
thence wat 10   chains, tbence sooth
80 chains, thence east ha chains to
the point of romtnenceinent ami con-
tainniK MO acres, more or less
T  C, Witherspoon. Locator.
.lohn Virgo, Agent
Witness   \rchie Mel den
Located tins   lit), da) of October,
-tin TUR   ORANBKOOK    IIKKALU
URA.NBROOK HERALD
Hf the Herald   Publishing ('omuutiv.
h\   I. Deane, Managing Editor.
CKANBROOK, B. C, November 7, IMI2
Notice to Advertisers
Notice is hereby given that all
changes of display advertising
must reach this office not later
than noon on the Wednesday
preceding day of publication.
Copy received later connut bc
guaranteed attention.
eUllOKML NUTfcS
The action ol Hn* 1'rati brook board
oi trado in petitioning tin* mtulslet
ni labor to Immediate.) provide foi
the nppoltil-uic.il ol .1 board 01 cunclll
ation, under Hie Lemieux Act, is in
every wa) a roinmeirdnble action   li
appears lli.it at      the outset, the Uu
milium Brotherhood of Itnllroud Km
ploy ees presented their grievances to
tin* minister ot Intioi ami, with .<
mi*w to avoiding a strike, requesting
tin* nppolntmeni nl a board ol rim
filiation, lion r u. Urothers, the
minister oi labor, however, was not
prepared lo do the right thing hy the
men. nnd prnctically told them then
case did imt      warrant    an Investlgn
tion under ihe Lemieux Vol This
high-handed conduct on his part will
doubtless lorm the basis ol a par
llamenlarj cttt|ulry when parllamenl
meets.     The men all along prepared
to Keep at will., if lhe means n*
i-uesleit wen* provided lo I'eutilntfl
their    claims Mad   Ui    Crothers
.seen lit   tn call)  out   the low   ul    the
land, Impartially, there would have
heen no tie up ul freiglil on the
I'.p K, The men would have re
inal tied al work, lieing full) nutislied
1h.1t .nr. fair conciliation board
would have recognized the justice if
their   • lainiN     Mr. Crothers,      the
Tor*, minister oi labor, is of the old
HL'hool of Tories, who hold all laboi
organimtions 111 supreme contempt,
and who rcgnrd all chums tor be)
terment of conditions, put forward hj
wage workers,   as, not only rldlcul
oils, hut   as an ofteiiSC I" their killdlj
employers,
It nini In* now, however, that thr
minister   ol labor will realize    thai
the great mass ul the husiness men
of Canada utterly disprove ul lus at
bttrarj conduct iu this matter. Prom
the tone nl the n*pl\ received to tlu
local hoard of trade's telegram, pub
11 shed elsewhere in this issue, it
would appear that the in)ulster ol
labor is beginning to realize thai h.
must   take  some heed  of   Hie demand-
„i Canadian husiness people, whose
Interests are Kcrioualy affected in
ins arbllrarj conduct llu- clalim
of the striking C.P.H, employees, so
tar as thej have been ofDciall)  made
known to the puhlic, .nc fan       ami
reasonable; thej  have from the out
set      taken     exceptional))   moderate
grounds, ami   everj fair minded mnn
in     Canada sympathizes   with theii
reasonable request     for    recognition
and   ior some   improvement in    the
wane scale,   which   latter everj pet
son. who has given the nllghtcsl at
tentlon to thc case, knows to be    .1
disgrace; skilled men receiving      the
wages     paid to   office   boys In am
proper!) conducted business house.
Most peuple in Canada will he well
satistied   With   thc  outcome  of Hie
presidential elections in the I lilted
States In   the return of W Irott
Wilson hv an overwhelming majol
Ity, a clear and   unmistakable man
date  has   been   issued  that   the  main
pulatlons ol the trusts and the    big
monnpoliea musl cease, and that [all
ness must prevail   in the regulations
of the larm      Witli ,1 strung Ih*	
itatic administration In powei .it
Washington, then* ihould he reason
able opportunltj    foi a bettei   min
Hon  of   Canadian   trade    relnl 1
with the 1 nited States, than hai
prevailed durim; the long term Ol
Republican rule.
PP, SKIPP. IND jump:
PI \s\ COMKM  BY LOCAL PKH
FOK.MI.R.H AT  rill.  M DI
TOUII M NEXT Till l.s
D\\  AMI FRIDAY
KVKMNOS.
Don't let these facts gel by you
New and entertaining firm dealing In
anything from realtj and minim;
stock to     musical   eomedy, "llopp.
Skipp and .lump " . Place: offices ol
the firm in the \udltnrilim theater
Time \e\1 Thursday ami Irnlai
evenings Programme: The eleveresl
concoction of unadulterated music
and unalloyed fun that can posslhlj
Im* handed OU| h] between sixty niul
SCVcntj     participants in one    e\enili|i
of musical corned]
Speaking spcciflcatlj. unless you
are out to pass up the blggesl laugh
you ever had, do not miss the home
talent treat winch will he tbe oner
in--, nl the Vudltorlum nexl week
del yonr seats earlj for then*   will
The triu oi money getters who will
be tin* [ulcriuu ubout which revolves
a large part of the fun will In- .1. D.
McBride as "Hiram llopp," a promoter; Kd. v Hill rs "Silas Skipp"
a schemer and V. T. Huberts as
".lohntij •lump" a projector. A
guod group to hear. Delia Drummond
will be a star as ".Mrs Maggie Duffy" nu Irish lady with a disposition
of her own. Then there are the
abused and duli/ul wives, Mrs. Chapman as "Mis. Hopp," and Mrs. Doran as "Mrs. Skipp." Fred Chapman makes an ideal tramp iu "Hank
Tiinims." and A. Potter is n    llvelj
.1     W      Kvaus, coudiicior      "llopp
Skipp ami -lump "
re porter as "Ml Mash." "Beatrice
day," the firm's    stenographer,    is
played In    PI nee   Detenu,        who
will also sing a delightful song as
slated h) Hn*    Boy   Scouts, entitled
"There's a  Dixie (iirl Who's Longing
for a Yankee Doodle Boy." Laura
Ki.ii.mis will play a soiibrelte por-!
■.Nellie James," and "Andrew Me
Lean" n hank clerk, will he K W
Turnley Maud Ilickenbotham is
an aristocratic speculate! "Angelina
Lofty," and -I. P. Lower n farmer
-•-peculator In "Juniper Berrj ."
'Oladdy' Moran will he a hit as
"Sniffles," a messenger hoy.
The troubles which these odd char
net era encounter are enough to put
several husiness firms in the hospital
hut thev finally survive and at the
conclusion everything I urns out love
ly with tlie Iinal III ugh.
The entire entertainment is punc
tn.ited    with   a variety of large en
setuhle ami solo niituhels  that        	
par t iciiiai Ij pleasing anil include
"The tlirls from A t.i /." bj Mr
Roberts and the Alphabet (lirls, in
eluding Klla Johnston. Lila Bailey,
Clssle Barnaby, Isabel tllenday, Her
na.I.'tu* Doyle. Jessie McDonald. An
gusta Boyle and I Vies Ha Bennett
"Oood live did I'iii." sung In Mrs
Chapman, will include a group ol
assistants in Mat Chapman, iKthel
l-'.iulkiicr. Helen Proctor, Kdith Cos
lake. \da     llt<*kenhoiham.      pearl
lind. Bertha Hickenbotham, Janle
McKowan ami   W   Btitledgc, Cllftord
IS.ilnl.ill.        Harold        llickeuholhaiu.
(leorge Kurlong, Harry Heed, Walter
Hoffman, Mil Crehbln, Andrew- ort.
lohn Marshall.
Delia Drummond will sun: "O'Cal
lali-.ni," assisted U\ the Irish maid*.
Meryl Cameron, Prances Drummond,
Kind (iill, Vera Baldwin, (ilmlv-i
Johnston,     Bella    flreaves,   Oladys
Hickenbotham.    Uanda   Kink       Kdith
Caslakc will sing "The Owl in the
old Oak Tm-." and Miss Bekan ami
Mr Roberts "Can I Make l.me if
'. ou?"
Something dome even minute Is
the mott.. which the author of the
show, lames W Kvans, uses in pre
paring his events Vnd the ('run
brook talent are certain!", meet nm
ever*, requirement In preparing     for
the big show  i,i*\l   week
CITY COUNCIL
on Prldgy last tin* cit\ council
net in special session Present
Ma) D|        How ness.       ami     A Idermeu
Campbell, Hrlckson, Cameron ami
i lapp
Messrs McSweyn and Baworth, on
behalf   of   the   Craabrooh Operatic
Koclety, petitioned foi Uie use of the
council chambet lot practice pm
poses (in motion their application
wa» granted (or ten meetings, Mb
|ecl io xto requlrementi     ol     Ibe
council
Mr ...iii'* of Christian aad Jones,
■pplled f*-i    permission t.. have Hint
property m block tu connected with
the waler sistein Ile was ,nl\ isc.l
tn take the matter   up with Hie citv
nglneer
v petition  was read Irom ratepaj
rs in hiiK'k 18, requesting an estcn
sion of the water system in ihati
distriet
Tins matter «.is referred to the
cltj engineer, with inst ructions to
act at once,
he citv engineer and his assistant
were Instructed to prepare at once a
plan ol Hie eily on a scale approved
bv the works ami propertj committee, showing the water and seweraue
systems in separate color*., said plan
to he produced bv   December fl(li
It was further resolved that the
care of all hydrants he placed under
the control of the dre chief ami Hint
the nre chlel he Instructed In lake
Immediate step*, lo protect ail hj
drants in the cltj (Memo the
work of protecting the hydrnnls fnm.|
frotl Is    already under way,      Uie
work being done in a very satistac
tory maimer )
A nut her    resolution adopted      WrtB
thut the   city solicitor be instructed
draw up an    agreemenl   between
the city and tlte St. Rugcnc hospital
i regard to neweruge connection,
Bylaw     No.  ill  was reconsidered
and finally    passed.     Hvlaw  N'o.  116
was also similarly disposed of.
On motion of Aldermen Clapp ond
Cameron leave wus granted to Introduce' bylaw No. 117, hein*' cited
the Liquor License Amendment
Bylaw, and il was pul through its
.several readings and finally adopted.
This bylaw compels licensees to pro-
iile      properly      equipped      dining
 us,  which shall be owned        ami
iperated bj the holders of lho Heen
ses solely.
Aldermen Kricksoii und Cameron
introduced Inlaw No. UH, entitled
the "Boarding aud Locking House
Bylaw " \H such premises shall be
registered At tho end ol everv
month tlm owner shall make a re
t lit ti of all persons dwelling Ul siillie
and shall keep a ila It] renister nl
parlies living wilh them. The bylaw
will apply to boarding houses whose
inmates     evceed leu This bylaw
was passed through all its stages
ami finally adopted
Bylaw No. 110 was also read and
dually adopted This bylaw pro
vldcs for the Inpothecation of 'le
hent urea issued under bylaw So
inn.
Council ll  adjourned.
IN THE WINDERMERE DISTRICT
SK.IHKS        OP       ItESOLUTION!
ADOPTED AT KKUKNT MEET
1X0 OP BOARD OP
TRADR.
The following request in regard   t
the opening up and improvement    o
mads are the ones embodied in     the
special resolutions of this board    o
trade as passed at their recent meet
Ings.
\ -WII.MKK DISTRICT.
(1). Wilmer Athalmer road- Thai
the road on top of the bench In
graded ami he completed to a con
nectlon With Main street, Wilmer.
(2). Wilmer Landing road. Thai a
new bridge to built across the creek
at the bottom of the hill and that
part of the road across the Hat he
lumpiked, raised one and a half feet
aud gravelled We strongly recommend that large drainage' ditches hi
put in on either side.
(.1). Wilmer to I lorsethlef road
That this road, be gravelled at the
extremely soft part in the neighbor
hood of Wilmer
That that portion of this road
known as the long saml grade he
\\ oleneil
That on llorsethicf Hat this road
he re-located and thrown onto thr
bottom of the htll. so us to keep it
■ nil of Hie mud aud luusker*.
That a passing polnl be put in
tl Id grade on the north side   and
on the south side of Nn   2 creek.
That the road from the top uf No
J creek grade to Thompson's .Land
Ing be put in a state of repair.
That Ihe road known as No 3
creek road !«■ re-located in the
neighborhood of No ■* creek and that
a .suitable bridge with good ap
proachca to built across Nn i creek,
tin* existing road being unlit for tral
lie of anv kind
That the balance of ihis road to
Hplllamacbene be comptetrd ami
opened for traffic forthwith.
(H llorsethicf creek road Tlmt
the road known as ttorsethlel creek
road pilendim; west from WllmCI
whicb has lieen almost impassible
Mils year lo put in shape from end
to end
(5). Toby creek road Thai the
Toby creek grade be Improved for
traffic bi catting on the corners and
putting in turnouts, further that the
road he put in shape from end to
'■ml
(To lw continued).
_ »
TOWNJOPICS
\ meeting of the Partnera1 in
itltute wtii be held Wednesday even
ing at I o'clock sharp      The suliirei
d "Co-operation" mil ne rtlacoued
Mrs (Br . ' II Kina vill in* al
home nn Priday, November 16th,
tfom I tn i, u in ami after Ihat on
the Oral Tueedaj of ever) montb
The Ladies \utilian to the li ot
It T are forming *i quadrille cluk
imt .ire ismiiio* invitations to      the
ladles .md   gentlemen ami thej
requested  to present   then, at the
door so il -aiII lie strictly invitation
IBd ull those baring invitations can
purchase season tickets at $1 un.
which will entitle them to all the
luh dances and those not desiring
season tickets will pay 11.00 admit*
l        Ih* lirst cluh dance will        lie
given on Novenbrr >th in the i'ai-
men's hall and every lirst ami third
Wednesday thereafter until the season closes.
llev Mr Shearer, secretary of tlie
Moral and Social Iteform association,
f the Presbyterian church, was m
town last week end nn Prtdaj afternoon. November lai, he addrcned
a meeting ol ladies Suhfert: "The
White Klare Traffic." In the evening he addressed a meeting ol the
mcmberi ol     Knox eburch. in course
•f    winch     he    Mutinied Br   iruei.il
Otl
lu  tl
pad
der.
men
tbo
NATURE'S SCALP TONJC.
Machela, Nature's Scalp Touic
ontains ono ititjmiiiui that supplies
our Ishment to tliu bair root, ono
thai kills Hit; dandruff germ, ami
her thai puts life and lustre in*
'ie hair. Each package contains
•t of Machela Dry Shampoo Pow-
Pricc for complete home treat -
, $1.00. Sold and guaranteed by
Crunbrook Drug and Book Co.
policy of the church fur tho ensuing
year. The church bus pledged Itself
to raise $1,000,000 iu order tlml it
may do its part in evangelizing liie
world.
The Crnnbrook Poultry aud Pel
Stock association held their regular
month!, meeting in the government
bul hi tug Prldnj evening last. About
Lweutj members wen* present and
several new mimes were hutuled in.
After routine husiness hud been disposed of the i|iiestion of the purchase
of ehickcil feed wus opened up       Mr
Sam Macdonald, secretary of the
Purmeis Institute wns present, and
asked lo he given n hearing. He
stated Hint the Partners Institute
was about to ship in iced ami
thought it would ho well lor the iwo
associations to cooperate along this
line       After s.mie discussion  a coin
milteo of three was appointed to
be present at the ne\t meeting ol the
institute, and if satisfactory arrangements can he made holh organ
i/.ations will work together. Mrs
W. P. Doran will be invited to address tlte local association ut its
next meeting- During the winter
months discussions on Hie various
breeds owned by members will be
taken up. Rhode Island Beds will
he judged strictly according to • the
American Standard of perfection at
the next meeting, Mr. .lohn Levett
furnishing the victims.
CHURCH  COLUMN
CATHOLIC CHI RCH.
Sundays—Low mass at 8.30 a.in.,
high mass, 10.30 a.m.; Sunday school
from '2 to 3 p.m.; Rosary nml Bene*
■fiction at 7.30 p.m.
Mondays and holy days of obligation—Mass at 8 a.m.
Week days—Mass at fi a.m. at the
Hospital.
p. Plamondon, O.H.I*
SALVATION ARMY
Sunday   morning   II o'clock*—1 loll
ness meeting.
Sunday  afternoon,   ;. 30   o'clock—
Free and easy meeting.
Sunday ni-jlit. 5.30   o'clock—Salvation meeting.
Bible lesson*    What  Must 1       lie
lieve."
Tuesday nlghl  8 o'clock—Salvation
meeting.
Thursday night, 8 o'clock—Holiness!
meeting.
Saturday    night, 8 o'clock—Praise
meeting.
All are Invited to the above    set
vices.
Fred'k A. stride,
Captain
KXOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
pastor. V.   Kelman Thomson.
Morning, ll a.m. Subject: \
Tried Stone a Precious Corner Stone
of Sure Foundation.
(Evening, . 10 p.m. Subject: The
Roman Centurion.
S. S. .ind Itibie class '■. p.m.
Guild, Wednesday) 8 p di.
MKTIHiDIST CHURCH
Rev. W   IK.in Dunham, pastor.
Sundaj  vrvlces: The pastor    will
preach at  !! a in   and 7.80 p m
Horning subject I "Superhuman
Strength "
Evening lubject: "\ Fair Chance
for Everj  Man." Dent   32:8.
APPEAL TOJfY COUNCIL
It   C    I.I MHKRMKN   WILL FBHIT
PINDIXO    (>K  st I'BKMi-;
COI RT OF CAN \n\
In ippeal to the privj council will
undoiihlrdlv    he taken hi   Hie British
Columbia Lumber and Sblnglr Maim
lecturers' association and the Uoun
tain I<umbet M,nun.H tuicrs' aaaocln
lion from lhe decision of the ('ana
than supreme curl in the case ol  the
Pons Lumber company, ol Winnipeg,
IS Hie KlBg and the British Colum
hia I.uuiImt and Shingle Mamifactur
ers'   association,   in   an effort to re
verse the ruiim. that lumber planed
on one sole ami teduiTii lo dimensions on the other three sides shall
he admit led into Canada free of
duty.
The executive committers or tin*
British Columbia Lumber and
Shingle Manufacturers' association,
who carried the ease to the exche
quer court ami defended it In the
supreme court, will have a meeting
earlj next week to discuss what notion to take it is almost certain
however, ihat it will be decided io
.ippe.il to the privy council Mr. (Ieo,
11. Cowan. K.C., ol Vancouver, is
represent im;  the    British   Columbia
anufactnrers in lhe case and it is
stated upon good authority that he
believes the manufacturers have a
good chance nl winning thelt point
il the case is carried to the privy
council
Skates
We have a complete
stock and can lit you
or your best girl while
you wait
Skate Straps
Hockey Sticks
mnl
Pucks
F. PARKS & CO.
Hardware and House
Furnishings
Cranbrook,    -    B. C.
MISS A. M. NICHOtSON
CRADUATE NURSE
Patient* attemlrtl in Town
or Country
Adilre** l>v l'hone or Mail
Korl Steele 45-lt*
Mac's Auto Service
PHONE 94
Prompt Service
New Cars
NOTICE
Farmers' Institute Meeting
The regular monthly meeting of the
Farmers' Institute will be held Wednesday evening, November 13th, in
the government building, nt h o'clock
sharp- The subject of "Co-Operation" will he taken up.
Resolutions for tbe annual convention of the Central Institute at
Victoria, also the election of local
delegate to Victoria.
S. Macdonuld,
15-lt Secretary.
PIT QUIRK SAFE IND SOUND
KORT   STEELE   <)l,B-Tl.MKK    IS
RESTING    QUIETLY     IN'
PORTLAND, ORE.
The Herald is pleased to be able
to record that old man I'at Quirk's
whereabouts are well known tu his
friends in Kurt Steele, and tbat the
old pioneer is recuperating comfort
ably at tIm* (Juimby hotel in Portland, dre It appears tbat Pat sustained certain injuries at the Coeur
d'Alene hotel in Spokane, from the
effects ol which he subsequently,
whilst in Portland, suffered quite
severely uud was obliged to ro to
the St. Vincent hospital fur treatment. He has since greatly improved in health and is now enjoying a
i|uiet time at the Qui tub y hotel.
1000 So MEN OUT
Toronto, Nov. B.—One thousand
men employed In the freight department of the Canadian Pacific railway
in Toronto went out on strike today.
Tlte men are clerks, checkers, and
truckers, and are members ol tbe
Canadian Brother hood of Railway
Rmployeea, whose ,*i.iud president
issued strike orders affecting 5,0111*
men in all parts uf the Dominion on
Sunday evening
RAPKTi    DKPOftlT VAI IT
The  safetj   deposit vault recently
limit  In  Beale and    Klwell in     their
offices on Norbury avenue is un
questional) one of tlie lineal In the
interior of British Columbia It has
a solid sleel limn* and the strongest
lire ami burglar proof door made.
The interior is 'tilled up with steel
safet) deposit boxes, the doors of
which aie secured with double locking safe deposit box locks requiring
two keys to open. The boxes are
in three sizes, lhe smallest si/e he
ini; 2- inches long by 5 inches wide
itnd 2\ inches deep. Title papers,
valuable documents, jewelry and other valuables can Iip deposited with
absolute security against both fire
ami hurglun. Another convenience
is strict privacy is assured, the
holder of a box having free access
to the vault during olhce hours. The
rental for the smaller boxes is a
nominal one of $5.OU per annum.
Those having valuables in their
homes would be well advised to place
them in the deposit vault and ensure
their safety agninxt firr and bur-;
glary.
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Phone
43
Halsall & Co.
LADIES', MISSES', ANO CHILDREN'S OUTFITTERS
Armstrong ♦
Avenue
SPECIAL SHOWING
OF FANCY LINENS
We arc showing some of lhe finest Linens
ever shown in Cranbrook. Bought direct
from the makers in Belfast, Ireland. We
invite your early inspection of these linens.
SEE WINDOW  DISPLAY
LUNCHEON CLOTHS
I'I'KKST LINKS'.   !I0 X MU Inches.     Uiiilmii.
ilt-rt-il anil lirawn <lu.sif/,US.
FROM S2.00 TO S4.00 EACH
FINE8T HUCK TOWELS AND
SATIN DAMASK TOWELS
FROM $1.50 TO $3.00 PER PAIR
TABLECLOTHS!  TABLECLOTHS
2 * 2.1 yards, from    $2.00 TO $4.00 EACH
-' s 8  yards, from      $3.00 TO $6.00 EACH
MERCERIZED FINISH TRAY CLOTHS
in x 24 inches   SPECIAL AT 35C EACH
MERCERIZED FINISH LUNCH CLOTHS
H5 x 'Mi indies.   Will wnsli and launder well.
SPECIAL AT 75C EACH
SIDEBOARD SCARFS AND RUNNERS
14x72 inches, in Fancy Pansy Pattern, mor-
cerizcil finish.
SPECIAL AT 75C EACH
EMBROIDERED PILLOW CASES
Plain Hemstitch wilh Embroidered Pattern
Also Lace Trimmed, with i row Lace and
. row of insertion.
m 12 inches wide       SPLENDID VALUE AT $1.25 PAIR
********************
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., I.I..D.. D.C.I... I'rcaldcl
ALEXANDER LAIRD JOHN AIKD
*!.n,.|.,l Mnnnui-r Aaaiatiuil ..rn.Tal ..l.nag.r
CAPITAL, $15,000,000 REST, $12,500,000
BANKING BY MAIL
Accounts may be opened at even' branch i.f The Canadian
Bank of Commerce to be operated by mail, and will receive the
same careful attention as is given tu all other departments of the
Bank's business. Money may bc deposited or withdrawn in Ihis
way as satisfactorily as by a personal visit to the Bank.        I4
R. T. Brymner, rtanager Cranbrook, B. C.
CRANBROOK   TAXIDERTIIST
MOUNTED
GAME HEADS
A SPECIALTY
John Q. Ditched, Prop.
P.O. H.'J IM
C'llANIIIIOIIK, ll.C.
At least secure nne nr two I"Ih iuiw, when yon'enn go) ^JJJJ
lliem at ti low figure.  \\V hnvon lot or two lefl in ihe
White Addition
on Armslrong Avonuo, iidji>iuiug]ti>»usile
PRICE $200.   $20 down, balance to Suit
Hunl&Darling
REAL ESTATE €>GENERAL INSURANCE^ TIIK   OUAN BROOK   HJCBALO
AUDITORIUM
ENTIRE CHANGE OF PICTURES EVERY
NIGHT NEXT WEEK
WW*
Thc Talk of thc Town
What Is?
THAT NEW LINE OF
Vantine's
Oriental
Toilet
Preparations
HANDLED  BY
The Beattie-Murphy Co., Limited
The ^OXCiJlet Store
WHERE   IT   PAYS   TO   DEAL
Cranbrook - - - B. C.
COME IN AND SAMPLE IT
«ST~~r*
Christmas
Goods
It's iiiii too far away to
think iiIhiiH t'liristmas.
Wu lire now rccetviiiK
our Christmas display of
Jewelry, Silverware,
Cut Glass, Etc.
and enn guarantee yc
Inrger and belter nssi
ini-iit ihan we have <
shown    heretofore.
L-nl.l    tiiii 'I   goods   WO
especially  Well   lixrd
Ladies' Bracelets, F.
Lorgnette!,   Brooeli
Jnbol    I'ins    uud
Drops,
-ii a
■r>-
Yer
In
are
iu
.lis.
I.'S,
Bar
W.H. Wilson
OTTICIAM
TOWN TOPICS
Ui* ,m*    irl 11 it* ,i brass be
si ■*. .it Ul ' •' H
\   l.nini   vi.is down from w,nlim;
todsj
J. M.   \ ■ •        i   ■   .
todaj
I ItrODI    loi      ptrsriMiu: .il   Kink's
Pure v i Orocei |
n   ll   tpplftnn  ..i n. ■ ■
renin le red .ii the llolel Craobittoli
til   .iidI Mis    I    1'   link sn
111      .1    hu    ll.H s    III    *-•]'•
Wi* ire    '..'iiiiii* .. brs ■ bet     i ill
lire  .n fl   00    i  i  S
Tuesday to lay out a logging railway lor King Lumber Mills, Ltd.
Kippered herring (fat plump (Ish)
Iresh trl-wcekly al Fink's Pure Food
(irocery.
C. A. McLean rolurned from Alberta this week, where ho bad beeji
locating a homestead.
Mrs. Maxwell, wife of Hr. Maxwell, has returned frnm the uld
country to Fori Steele.
We are agents f<>r Restmore inal
tresses—■('. (VS.
Or. Maxwell, of F.-rl Steelo, lias
been appointed medical ofllcer tor the
K C li
Mr Wrlgfey and bis wife have taken
up resilience in Furl Steele, coming
from Lethbridge. Mr. Wrigicy is
local station agent for the K.C H
The price of flour is dropping. Del
our price on Mother's Favorite and
Pride nf Alberta.—Cranbrook Trad
ini; Co
Mr   McKinnon, lay missionary, has
returned  to      Fort   Steele to       take
charge of the Presbyterian church
Mr Wilson, who has been acting, baa
been moved to New Westmtnstei
C a Klingensmith was In town
'!.*: Klko todaj He ipeakfl eerj
hopefully ol tbe future prospei I
everal big undertakings being
umlerwaj that will materlalh assist
ni building up the little town
Iteale and   Klwell have some coin
fortable shacks for   rent with    bed
I     itovi     i lose t.. rallwai
11   DO a month
John   Phillip     .i ranchei resfdin
southwesl ol the i itt   «hnl a      tine
■ tail deer      aboul
(oui aad a hall mile* from town on
rueadai
Spokane client who
1 ies it. Rpokape will   trade for
' I      ited   land in
South r.i-" Kootena)   See Iteale and
I Inell
D
N
0  NEED to
worry yourself ni»o-
thi-r aitmlc moment
flhoul wIiai to Hiv»-- Oonio
into Litis store and let nil our
I'Xperit-i.i'u ln'lp you. Here
you will Iiml the finest selection of wedding pr-'st-nif. in
the county- taught for just
hucIi ii ensu ns )iiurs. Com*.1
in tO'dny.
RAWORTH BROS.
JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS
Mi    i    Klwell «iii not We w.ini to makt n clean*up
ni Dinner 5eU, snd offer nil sets
I in ".-I.ii   nr\t     V
i     ta i bui ■■ i' ■■
U.  i  .
i ui flowers everj  Batardaj       il
I    | • I'm,     I Ml !   I.;      -I
■...llu    ' ■   '■ i •       tn
lit.ile .imt I I wel I
Mis ii Slc()oldrii and fai ' b ■ ■
returned home from ti«' east, where
Ibe) spent tin* sumniei
Hot tea, coffee, cocoa, chocolate
ami Mnvrit served at W. i. Johnston
and Cn Y 42 t(
The lui Ranch plcturet will be
a Bpecinl attraction at tbr Auditorium mi Saiurd.i. evening.
Homer Jones has returned (mm n
brief mention spent In tbe Windermere districl.
Melting Stoves, while they
la*t, at ao percent off. Patmore
Bros
Harold liailini* is bach in town
frnm an extended visit In prairie
points,
V. Worthington lett for Yahk    nn
now   in   itock   nl   "iic-thirtl   oil
regular price.     $0.00 Pitl 16.00,
Crnnbrook Co*Operative Store*
Mt r Brhnbte, a C p it locomo
■ ■ neei lefl on Tuesdaj lor
bis olil home in Saskatoon, where he
will spend the winter
lirv. \v h Thomson condw led tin*
services al the Raptisl church on
RuaddJ last, ReV, Mr. Kendall Imv
nu: been called In VlQCOUVttt tn attend tbe funeral Of bis sister.
We are agent! (or Itcstnmre mat
tresses *->*C.C.S,
The VIM'S, of Knox Presln leriaii
church, were entertained nu I lal
lowe'en at the homo of Rev, Mr
Stephens, where tbey enjoyed a very
good time.
.1. 0. Mitchell, the taxidermist,
bas moved into mnre commodious
quartern nn Van Hnme avenue, oo*
i-iipuiii: the Inrpe premises adjoining
the Century restaurant.
\\e want everybody in    Cranbrook
to see Ottr tempting dlsplnfl of fancy
(nil nnd winter apples this week in
our Pure Pood Orocery window-—
Tb* Kiuk Menantile CO., Ltd.
Watch for Hopp, Skipp and .lump
al ibe Auditorium November lltli
and 15th. Sixty local amateurs
taking part. 41-2t
Miss Haird, sister of Mrs. (llr) J.
II. Kin};, arrived today from Van
cotiver for an indefinite visit, beforo
returning to her home In New Ilruns-
wlck, She lias been visiting at the
coast for some time.
SAVE DOLLARS. Buy jour
heating stove at once and save
20 per cent discount. Come before they are all gone — Patmore
Bros.
Tbere are said tn be half a dozen
Imported scabs working in the freight
sheds, but general); speaking few of
this objectionable class have pul in
an appearance here bo tar
Harness, blankets, robes, etc.—\
large shipment arrived this month
ready for winter trade —Crnnbrook
Trading t'o.
Mr and Mrs. A. It. Fenwick and
the children, are leaving on a
visit tn thp old Country on Saturday, where thev will spend several
months there before returning to
Fort Steele
Access to Beale and Elwell's deposit vauii can always he obtained
during offlce hours strict privacy
is guaranteed.
W w McGregor, formerly ol
Calgary, has arrived in the city to
till the position ol manager of the
i D McBride hardware store Mi
McGregor is a thorough!) experienced hardware man
Special hi apples   \ carload In   ol
besi    winter keepers, none better for
eating or cooking     Price is down.—■
li Trading Co.
Ml and Mrs Kvan Williams are
leaving fni Wales on the "Royal I'd
ward" November 87th for a honeymoon trip Passanges were booked
b; i s Peck and Co . local agents
.ii the Canadian Northern Steamship
Roi Dl Ime Mr Williams is an em
plojree of the''ranbrook Foundry.
U.itdi fnr    Hopp. Skipp and Jump
al   the   Auditorium   November llth
.rut    1 Mb Slxtj     local  amateurs
pari ll it
Mt Oliver Rrlitow, oi ihe Cran-
brnok Vgency Co . is loavlng for
i.nd.nni for ,i combined business
.■ml pleasure tup on November nib
and Intends staying in ths old conn
in tor flvs months.
It is ii good thiiiK to know where
to ro when ill need of furiiifure. Our
stock is the targes! in tho district.—
C.C.H
Mr T \ ftlbley, of Nelson, visited
Ibis eily on Wednesdav ami was
great!) impressed with the appear
a nee nf the city and though! that
('ranbrook had surely a splendid future in store.
In the grocery window of the Fink
Mercantile Co., there Is a magnificent display nf fall and winter apples. This firm is to he congrntu
la led nn tlte exceptional Quality of
fruits they handle.
The Ladies Qui Id of Christ church,
held a very successful "At Home" In
Carmen's hall last Saturday evening. There was a good attendance,
and au excellent musical programmo
was rendered. Refreshments were
served.
The local c Pit- strikers will attend divine service in a hndy nu
Sunday    eveniug   ut   tin* Methodist
church, when Rev. Mr. Dunham will
preach u sermon appropriate to the
occasion.
Stoves! Stoves! Heating Stoves!
Wc are clearing them out at 20
per cent off. Come quick.*- Patmore Bros.
our   stock of    linoleums and floor
j rugs is always complete —C.C.S
The Arena Rink company met this
week and reorganized for the coming
season, Mi \. n Wilson was
elected president, Mr K H M<
Phee, secretarj ■treasurer, w F.
Utridge, -i c Fink ami G. Klwell
mate up Du* hoard or directors.
Fatiej i/iu-en Olives In qua) 1
bottles, special fille. bottle tor one
week at Flnk'a Pure Pood Grocer;
tm the evening of Tuesday, Novem
her 12th. al 8.15 o'clock, Mr. -lohn
P. ''lum ftill give an Illustrated
travel talk mi California In the
Presbyterian church, under the auspices of the     V.P.S.C.       Admission
r adults 35 cents, children 1(1 cents.
Heale ami Klwell's deposit boxes
are only $5.00 per annum. It is
worlh this tn know your papers are
absolutely safe.
Word comes from Victnria'that Mr
II. (i. Parson, former member of the
legislature for Columbia, will he the
chairman of the proposed labor commission. There will be four other
members of whom J II, Hawthorn
tb wfl ite will probabl; 1 ne.
It pays lo buy ror cash at the
Cranhrook Trading Co We say so.
Vou call around ami see il it doesn't
—Cranbrook Trading Co,
Mrs. (|)r). .1. II. King returned
from au extended visit In ber old
New Brunswick home nn Saturday
last, Mrs,   King enjoyed her visit
Immensely, hut was delighted lo be
back in Cranbrook again pr.
King met her at Medicine Hal ami
returned bete with her, leaving Immediate!) for the coast, lie will be
home on Saturday,
Our   stock of     linoleums
rugs is always complete
ind flo
I'l' S
TIIK WORLD'S   GREATEST WONDERS.
In science will be seen in Cranbrook
at tbe Auditorium when Prof Wm.
B. Patty brings liquid air, radium
and wireless telegraphy and clearl;
explains as well as demonstrates,
these wonders. ll is an attraction
absolutely guaranteed. ".Money's
worlh or money back." Thc V M.
C.A, expects a tremendous attendance for these greal novelties. Tick
eta will he ou sale nl Beattle tlw
phy Drug Store, beginning nl o 11 m
M0nd.1v iicil-
«-WMBfcgfcrta
procured       Samples of tills "kim; of
fruits" ma) be seen iu nur Pure Food
Grocery window-The Fink Wercan
tile Co , Ltd.
(iu Tuesdaj morulng nl Hie eow 1
house before Ms Honor Judge
Thompson, N'ugtsto Barone, the Itai
ian charged with stabbing a fellow
countryman named Kilo Florlno, np
peered for trial, having elected for
speedy trial. P. K. Wilson appeared
for tlie crown and W F. Ourd for
tlie defence. After hearing the evld
ence, Ins honor found the prlsonei
guilty und sentenced him to eighteen
months hard labor in Nelson tail
Do you need a Heating- Stove ?
If so. here is your chance. We
are closing out our heaters at a
discount of 20 per cent. Come at
once.   Patmore Hros.
lohn T Wall, charged with
ing in; from O M. Sliihbs al
Cosmopolitan hotel, appeared
county court Judge Thompson
Tuesday uinriitfig, and after li
the evidence his honor said Ihi
was a case of Scotch verdict,
proven" and lhe accused was
barged. P. K. Wilson for
-rown and A It Macdonald f>
defense.
ileal
thc
tin
I      tin
IT'S THE
Boys Again
OUR BOYS'
CLOTHING
Wn have selected our clothing to meet
In: rcipiirenieiits in style, durability
ul n.i'iiiH'-—; deidgnintr lo conform
■jib the la-i.'.- ..f boya and towUhiuind
anl wHiir.
Our Suit* for Boys
bl* season are better ihan evei and
iiiiil.iiic ml the ewe 11 tin It a ml reinforce*
il'HIh lu'ivmiy  foi   the  boV   w (10 ||
anl on clothes A boy wean hlseoal
ut Ural al the elh iw. "ur clothing
14 tloublfl elbow 1 of cloth, niul it lasts
ingtfr.   A bo vs wean knickers out nt
i..- -. i< .md knees. Our eloihlns l"*>
11 extra plei i  cloth light  wiitte
'The Jaxson'
UON BRAND
"Thc Jdxkson Bloomer"
LION BRAND
thoy wpAi n 11 llr»| -.: I Uh lean 1
are at ; lied tv. Ice and tin
are the tr *t *>■ : ..'..■ pvei neen in
ll tye1 Su :- ma ken n j 1
reason niir you 1 iv
fluyn' Clotbiiiit;   t
ment Ei large—pi .   ■ ■
Guaranteed Suits from
$3.00 to $8.00
Guaranteed Pants from
50c. to $1.85 '
McCREERY BROS.
WANTED.—At once
servant. Apply Mrs.
bell
good general
Jus.       Camp
15 it
W. o. Chester, of Winnipeg, general-
chairman ol the order nf Bailway
1 'onductors for the entire C P.It.
system, has been a visitor iu town
(luring the week. He lefl Ior Lethbridge on Wednesday. Mr. Chester
is making an official tour oi the
western lines.
We want to make a clean-up
of Dinner Sets, and offer all sets
now In stock at one.third off
regular price.    So.imi Sets $6.00.
Cranbrook Co-Operative Stores.
I! P MofTatt, proprietor of the
Model Xariety Store, bas just re
reived direct irom Germany a verv
large supply of toys ami other
Christmas wares. Mr MofTatt
tends opening these up shortly and
putting before the public Xto biggest
and best stock of Christmas novel
ties ever shown iu the eity.
Kenl one of Beale and Klwell's de-
posll boxes and save your valuable
documents from (ire.
Krnest Know les, a lumberjack,
claiming to come from Australia,
yestenhn , afler having lieen ejected
from the Royal hotel, satisfied his'
displeasure al such rough treatment
by breaking two uf the large plate
glass windows in the office. This
morning he was sentenced tu siv
months hard labor in Nelson Jail
by Police Magistrate Ityan.
Blue Pearl 1 urrants (fur Xmas
baking) .it   Fink's   pure Pood Oroo
en.
Bev. and lion T K Ifeneuge, of
\ Ictorla, will vlall <'ranbrook on
the 20th Instanl In the interests of
lhe Boy Seoul movement Mr Men
page is tbe prnvincial secretary for
the Canadian Boy Scouts The executive nf the local organisation ex-
peel to entertain the  provincial sec
rotary in true scout fashion and will
make the ninst of his vjslt to raise
the efficiency of the Cranbrook troop
to the highest possible standard
Patmore Bros, have decided to
close out their entire stock of
heating stoves and are offering
them at 30 per cent off their
usual price. These stoves are all
High (irade and at their prices
are big value. Come and make
your selection before they are all
■gone.
Bev. Dr. Murdoch McKcnzfe, or
llonan, China, was another vlsltnn
in town this week. Dr. McKen/.ie
conducted the services in the Prea-
hyleriaii ehnteh on Sunday His addresses at liolli services touched
largely upon foreign missions nnd
were  verv  interest iin:
FOB   SAI.K-1 Win B dary Mm
iik and Exploration Co., Ltd, coal
shares at lac per share. Applj "v*
Bradley, Oreenwood, B.C,        !5-5t*
FOR     KENT.-Storc     14x25    it
Norbury avenue. Tennani may    hav,
possession December 1st.     Apply W
J. Atchison. "Mi
FOB SALE.—About 15'i fowl-
nearly all pure bred Barred Rock females, Apply tn A. B. Smith, city,
or phone 100. 1*. If
FOB    SALE.—Two lots on
wick avenue, $425.     Terms un
plication.        Apply to Herald
lice,
S$\r   brass    lied,     mattress
springs    (or sale  very cheap,
4 ft.   S is.      Apply 0., Herald
flee.
',')> /is asp (.lor/us.,
Hot Ua. witlrt,   cocoa,
chocolate
and rto.ril served at IV. I.
Jolirntor.
and Co.'s.
li 11
.
il.uer.l  Ktrviiut wautcil.
Apply i"
Mrs  M. A. Male, city.
n ti
WANTED.—Competent   1icl|i
g.neral uou*eworlt.     Apply Mn
I'ltch.
II if
Any perm requiring their hull'
room, toilets, etc., connvrtt-d to thc
sewer should lee Kd. K. .lohnson
Kstimates furnished. fall 'pkOM
267. 28-tl
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
ANNLAL
Eastern Excursions
CRANBROOK TO TORONTO AND
RETURN, $72.15
CRANBROOK TO MONTREAL AND
RETURN, $77.15
Corresponding low rates t.. ).i'uiii in < 'ntari". Quel* c.
aii'I Maritime Provincee
0 Hist, [nclnsive   Oood to
LIBERAL  EXTENSION
WANTKD.-Oood   general
Apply to Mrs. W. P, (lurd
st-rvant.
37-tl
FOB SALE.—Circular eawmlll
iiiaobaDery, complete with odgeri
trimmer and sorting rig. in liisi-
.lass rurailDg order; ulso .ill a|.-
l-iiteiiancc* thereto. Capaolt*
7.1,000 It. H. M. per 10 hours. Safe*-
al Inning trucks and tlelgli* nn.l
ginwral logger.*' outnt. Alsr, two lota
end of!tee building, corner ilakrr Bt
aad Fenwick- Ave. Kor further par
ticiilars apply tc The l.und Land and
Developntot Co., Ltd. M-tl
TO RENT CHEAP
Large Warehouse.   Apply F. J.
Deane, Herald Olliee. tf
1 II:
NOTICE.
All     accounts due     I.    McT
Wentw-ortli hotel, arc payable i
McDonald, Wentworth   hotel,      and
must be paid on or licfor,  Sovcmbcr
17th or they will he placed In hands
of solicitor for collection.
15-21 J. McTnrteh
H.O. M.NKII.I.IK.
hut. Pnje'r Agi nl
Oalganr.Al
Ti.-k.-is on gale Lh-.-. 1st
return within three months
PBIVILEOES.
Ticket* iaaucd in connection with TRANSATLANTIC
TRIPS mi sale Nov. Tt 1. to !)•-'■ :tlst. inclmire, and lioiited
to five niniitiis fr.nn date of issue, w-itli privilegea ol extension,
Pineal Eqnipment, Stamlnnl and Tourist Sleeping Cars.
Dining Can on all through trains Compartment-Library
Obaen-ation <';irs r.n '*Imperial Limite.1" and "Toronto
Express."
Siw.-ii.l through Tourist Car Service in connection with
these Excursions.   For dates ol departure and rcsen
apply i" Local Agent.
Tickets via All Transatlantic
Steamship Lines
Kor full information, rail nnd steamship tickets, apply to
.1 W SPENCE. 'I'i.-k.-t Agent, Cranhrook
TENDERS.
Tenders for leasing the Arena Iliiil
Ior the   year    ending October 81st,
1*11.1, will  he received hv the iiimIpi
•      — j signed up      to noon Wednesday, Nov
(lur lirst car ol apples arrived   the. ■ ember    13th.     Kor further Informs.
lirst ol this week anil Ihev are with-j lion applr to   the    president. \V  II
nut exceplioii the linesl we have even1 Wilso.. or* In *'.. II. .M.-I'hee      1T. II
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| Cranbrook Veterans Ass'n
* A iitcL-t in-*; for election of officers will he
♦ held at the Royal  Hotel at s p.m on
|     MONDAY, NOVEHBER nth     |
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lim si:   TO RENT.—Situate    oni
Dewar  avenue;    i-ontams m\     bed
rooms,   kitchen, dining room,    bath
i    etc     Apply to Mr*   V.   Bent, j
p, u Iloi MS or 'phone UT1      SI ll I
KOIl   SALK CHEAP
mattress   nnd   sfiriii<
Herald ofTlre.
-I brass bed
Apply (I ,
pair ol
Apply '
■•(ilt      sai.i;    CIIEAP.-Churn,
: rreamers,   miik   pall,    etc . almost
lcie.li shalti lor sale new.     Appli   ii..-v   i.   Ilernld   ol
, Herald office    tl* i Uw. <- H* THK   UBANBROOK   HEBALD
:    News of the District    ♦
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WARDNER i'"* "i;-y  "'lm" '""- rl's,"r('''    '"
(Special eoi-rcsiinndence)
ncaltli.
Tho Jewel   Lumber compnny    nro
putting in     camps across   the river
In   lloullgilgc, of franlirook, made  ,,.,„„ Wardnor.
husiness trip i" U;iicIiiim on   Weil-     Miss Delia How, ol franlirook, vis
seil with her aunt, .Mrs  Wisner, this,
nesday of lasl  week,
Tlie frolghl     moving on the Koote
ims   C ral    branch of the   CP.lt.
these days speaks well for the eon
struetion and grade, as well as [or
thc rapid development of the vasl
Kootenay  Valley.
Mr lieu Powell, "I franlirook,
was III   toWII a   fOtt   da)
up some new  business.
\h llrndlcy, of t'ranbrook, was in
town last Wednesday doing 'us usual
husiness.
ih Prank (traves, ol (lall.iw.ty,
was in Wardner on  Thursdnj .•( last
week
Mi   Louie Larson, of forhln,      is
i couple of weeks with    lus
week.
Mi. Have Douglass niul Arthur Mollis returned to iown a few dnyi
an".
speni
family    in     town. Tin-  lllversido-
I.umber Co. with whieli comp.no    lie
is  ployed, has    closed ilown      to
make repairs so that the) will bo
alili- in run all winter.
Itev Stephens is in Nels.ui lliis
week attending thc convention.
Mrs l-'reil Lean! is reeoverinq from
a had attack nf quinsy. She was in
Cranlirook lasi   Friday seolug      Dr
(lieen.
Mrs Embree, of Hanbury, II, C„
returned home nn Saturday evening
after spending a few days iu town.
Mi Whitley, nl Oallowny, spent
Sunday with his sister, Mrs, Fred
llurgess, iu town
The Crows Nest Pass Lumber
Mr. Harold Darling, »! llunl    and
Darling,    Cranbrook,    real    estate
agents,    was   in town lasl  Tliursilay
looking   looking over some properlies
Mi um Barclay led ou Tucsdnj
ultcrnoon cu a husiness dip tu Cal
garj
ltc\   Stephens has n unecd       a
meeting ol the children lo lie     held
lliis Friday aflern i iu   the  church
ai :i :iu    p in.   for the purpose     "l
organizing a band ol hope.
The monthly meeting ol the Church
Mission (linlil was held iu the ellIIroll
lasl Thursday ufleriuioii A goodly
number Ol ladies were present. Miss
Itamsay, the president, occupied tho
chair. After the minutes of the
previous meeting were rend hy Mrs.
Kimball, the secretary, the remain
iler ol (lie time was given up In
ninlalns arrangements for n bazaar,
which Is to he held earl) III Decoin-
her. A special meeting ol the
iluihl is called fur nexl Saturday uf
ternoon, lo meel nl lhc home ol
Mis. (leu  Wilson.
\h i;.-o Vicard has reined the
Kiim Kdwanl hotel from Olc Holmes
nnd has moved in Ihis week. Mild.lines   has   moved to his residence
Lost Vitality j
Caused    by    Kidney,;
Stomach and Bowel
Disorders.
pany have engaged mpn tn install mi
j.-ii tlio hill opposite llio hotel
dit!onal telephones in llielr new nfllr
.milillng, adding urcath In llie eili
eiency of tin* service
Mr. Pred Speaker lefl .< few ilnys
ai;n to aceepl a new pnsitlnn at*
Creseeal Mr Speaker expects to
move Ins fnii.il) shortly.
VI lhe evening scrviee In SI
Viidrew's ehurcli last Sunday. Mr
I, imd burn rendered very credit olil}
the solo "Knee to Pace "
Mr. Um Ha relay, t.f the Crown
Seal olliee statT, was called I" ('rati
brook nn business on Monday.
Wardner and vicinity Is nnexcellpil
as a sportsman's paradise Pour
rtccr ivcre captured by some nf nur
local sports, in xto near vicinity, a
few dais ago.
Mr Pred Ilerric, wbo is employed
.u Mi.i le, speni Sundaj with his j
family in town
Word was received ben* a few davs
n^o In the pffn'l tbat Mr. Dunlop, nf
Vancouver, who has been engaged in
Ibc wholesale harness business -is
manager, for Campbell and Storey,
had died very suddenly. Mr. Pun
lop a few years ago lived in Wardner
nod managed ono ol the Crows Nest
i'ass Lumber company's lumber
camps. Mi.  Dunlop     leaves       to
mourn ins loss a widow, residing In
Vancouver, to wliuinjbe sympoth}
of a wide circle of friends is extended Deceased was formerly 0
resident id Hamilton, ont The remains were laid to rest in N'ancou
ver.
 4	
St. John, N.B., September ISlh,
1911.—My brother was a great sufferer from l.idney, stomach and bow
el troubles and was given up by two
doctors. lie was advised to try
yimT Pig Tills, which he did, and
after taking Ave boxes was completely restored to health and is butler today than he lias lieen for years.
Vou can't recommend Pig Pills too
highly.
J. w. Manvers.
At all dealers, 'lit and 50 cents or
The Pig Pill Co., St. Thomas, Ont.
Sold by thc Cranbrook Drug and
Hook Co., Ltd.
nm.il office nn exchange of opinions
ni* of informal ion can lie had al any
time, and as frequently as desired,
\nd Canada's requests or suggestions can lie i-iuiiniimicated aud acted
upon without nn} delayed reference
to tin* opinions ol the nther Domln
imis. II an Imperial defence council
is constituted, having any measure
ot author it) binding mi all the part
iters therein, there would 11 My develop conflicting counsels and enn
sequent!) difficulties with regard ■ "
ir loin nf action on nun vital matters.
The announcement nf this new
"imperial" policy ol the llnrden government is expected in conjunction)
with tbc announcement of tbe proposed emergency contribution to the
naw of thirty millions.
Semi-ready
T....Mf J Suit*
SOLD il a,* •**"•» *«»• tf «-»«»*• Is
( tatli -tht aim In tbi pucktt
flend for nmulf■ of UO "KlBt'a OH*
*ril- io* tli liiuim loon -i!»otljlt
booh.
At*, thi rlothlcr Id tow wva oi «*■•*>
•in*.I  itmi-ittif, Lialtftt, Miwu-.aU.
Pawcelt A Campbell, Cranbrook
Electric Restorer for Men
•MlOSOhonol i*"'0''-" every nerve in tl.e l>orl*,
1. •■• lis proper leiim.ni: rcitoies
nn .in.l vitality. I'reoi-itiire decay and all«-Mini
reakn«U averted at ence. PfcMphoBol will
■»»•■- V'Hi a new man. fricc 13* box, or two lor
'*>.   Mailed to any a<ldf«si.  Tb* Scnbcll Urog
•Jo., It. Caiharln***, Oal.
'or sale At Heat tie-Murphy Co., l-tl
POK RKXT.—Office building on
Mr. Skead. of Bull River, lefl for i l-'enwiek avenue, corner ol Baker
Kamloops on Monday, where he In* I street, formerly occupied by the
tends remaining for some time Mis! I,uml Land aud Development Common) friends Id this vicinity extend j [mny. Por particulars apply to I',
good wishes ami sincerely hope thnt   l.und, Wardner. 37-tf
Ml POLICY;
POIXOW LINKS     LAID DOWN l\\
Sill   IVILFIUD   LAI IUI-.H-A
IM-.ltMANENT    IMI'KI.IAL
DKFKNTK COI NTIL
I Speeial correspondence)
Ottawa, Nov. t —Premier Borden's
Imperial pollcj ..l" a complete copartnership union with the mother*
land and representation mi an im
pcrlal council dealing with imperial
matters, as a condition of Canadian
contribution tn imperial defence, has
simmered down t.. a comparatively
modes! ami far less radical plan
Ynur correspondent is able lo state
with authority that ilu* scheme now
proposed as a corollary ami partial
defence <>f thc gox'crnmcnfs policy
nf direct contribution to the Imperial
navy is. in eilect. Uie expansion of
llu* presenl somewhat vague!) const I
tuied Imperial defence council it
Is proposed tn make it a permanent,
more Influential .mil  re authoritn
live advisor)  board, representing nl
ffclnll) all   tli mpnnenl parts    of
tlie empire
The premier realizes lhe difficulties
in the wai nl Great Britain's ihar
in:; hei present responsibility for her
foreign pollcj with the overseas
Dominions. lie doubts, ino, the
political expedlencj nl entering into
any binding compact with the ninth
erland ami with the sister Dominions
governing alt lhe partners of the em
pire in    matters of defence and     nl
foreign policy
lie is becoming convinced that imperial unity is based on local aiitono
nu and on freedom for concerted ac
tion on matter*; of common interest
rather than mt inelastic and formal
partnership papers binding each pari
ner  to accept   fully   the decisions     of
"The Firm" in nil matters
But pre election declarations nl
policy on the naval question and sub
sequent statements both in England
and since his return two mouths ngo
render politically necessary some
peg of autonomy on which to ham:
the proposed direcl emergencj con
tribution Hon Mr Monk has lefl
the cabinet, 1ml some at leasl nl the
principles fnr winch he contended ami
the votes ihcrch) Influenced cannol
he overlooked
tccordingl) the governmenl here
has been negotiating with lhe un
perlnl governmenl (nr the n(toplion nf inns, has non Ihc righl ol direcl and
some compromise scheme nl imperial constant consultations willi the im
federation which will enable Premier  penal government   Through the eul
| Horden to say when proposing the
emergencj    contribution  that  he has
:.:t least achieved something in tlie
direction of an imperial council, lion
i K Poster has heen engaged n»
his task in Kngland during the past
month.
What has been involved is in e|)ect
simply the proposal made by Sir Wilfrid I.aurier at the last imperial
conference.     It is proposed to erect
'to imperial defence council into a
permanent ami official hoard representing all parts of the empire, witb
mil advisory but verv limited execu
live powers in matters of common
defence.
• The council would ad use itn mat
ters for concerted defence and In*     a
i Hum for a   mutual exchange     ol
confidential military or naval inform
ut ion, and of recommendations nr
Kuggestlons from the mother countrj
or from the Dominions. To enhance
its authority and prestige it is pr»
puM'd that members ol the overseas
governments should he appointed to
it, thus bringing these governments
into direct ami practically constant
touch with Imperial defence develop
ments.
It is understood tbc premier has
Mnn    Oeorge    P.  I'erley,   minister
without   portfolio,  Mi mind  as the
active representative nl Canada on
the proposed council Hon 0 K.
Foster li also suggested, bul tin*
governmenl needs aim lor ibe pre
sent In help out iii debate in tbe
house, and he  wishes  lo be given      ■'
chance Drst to conclude a trade
agreement with Vustralls
The imperial government has intimated its willingness to create
nth an Imperial defence council, and
o arrange any possible means ol
more continuous representation ol
Dominion ministers in a consultative
capacity upon such council. \n annual conference nl overseas ministers
.-.ith nne another and wilb lhe Brit
Isli ministers would thus be obtained,
The other overseas governments will
be asked to consider Ihe proposal.
This, in a general way, outlines
Premier Borden's present treat ly
modified scheme of imperial co-part-
lershlp union It falls far short of
liis original demand of a direct voice
hv Canada in    shaping Britain's for-
Ign pollcj as a condition of naval cooperation. It is reduced in » consultative voice mi defence matters
Practically the scheme means little
change (mm present conditions, As
sir Wilfrid Laurier pointed out when
the scheme was lust proposed, Can
ada, as  well as alt the other Domln
chains; thence south SO chains; thence
west Sll chains In the point of com
mencement and containing ■'"■ acres,
mure or less.
T. ('. Witlivrspoou, Locator
•lohn Virgo, Agent-
Witness: Archie llelden.
Located this 10th dav of October,
11)13. 14-51
COAL AMI pKTUOLBUM NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY I-IVKN
that thirty days after date I shall
apply to the Chief Commissioner ol
Lands at Victoria for a license in
prospect for coal and petroleum on
the following described lands, situ
ate iu the districl ol South Kast
Kootenay, Block -1503:
Commencing at a post planted    at
r near 2 miles south, then .'I miles
east ni the s.P. corner of Lol 7507
and being tlio S.K. comet* post ol
thc T C. Witherspoon claim; thenee
north Kll   chains,    tnence     west     Sii
liains; them-e south 80 chains,
thence east Kl) chains to the point of
commencement, ami containing tilu
acres, more or less.
T. i'. Wilherspnnn. Locator,
■lohn Virgo, Agenl.
Witness:  Archie Belden
Located this 23rd day of Scptem
her, 1912. 14-51
SOCIETY AND CHURCH
DIRECTORY
CHANUROOK LAND DISTRICT.
District of East Kootenay.
TAKE NOTICE that Alfred Pig-
ott, of Cranhrook, B.C., occupation
Carpenter, intends tn apply for permission to purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted al
the southwest corner of Lot 910-1,
ihence snath un chains; tlience cast
2n chains, thenee north -» eliains;
thence west :M chains to point of
commencement, containing tu acres,
more or less.
Alfred Plgott.
Arthur Henry Plgott, Agent
Dated October 28th, DM2.        15-0*
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICK.
NOTICK IS HKKKItY (ilYEN
that thirty days after date I shall
apply to iho Chief Commissioner of
Lands at Victoria [or a license to
prospect for cnal and petroleum on
the following described lands, situate in the district of Smith Kast
Kootenay, Block 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
nr near 2 miles south, then 1 mile
east of the S.K. enrner of Lot 7597
aud being the S.K. corner      of    the
T.     C.    Witherspo laim; thence
north Kl) chains; thence west Sli
chains, tbence south su chains;
thenee east Kll chains to the point
of commencement. anil containing
iiiu acres, more or less.
T. C. Witherspoon, Locator,
•lohn Virgo, Agent.
Witness: Archie Belden.
Located this 23rd day of September, 1913. 4-l-.it
COAL AND PRTROLEUM NOTICK
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
that thirty days after date I shall
apply to the chief Commissioner ol
Lands at Victoria for a license to
prospect for coal aud petroleum on
the following described lands, situate in lhe district of South East
Kootenay, Block 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near the S K. corner of Lot 7507
and lieing the N.W. corner of tbe T.
<*. Witherspoon claim, thenee south
sn chains; ihence east 80 chains,
thence north wi chains; thence west
kii chains to the point of commencement, and containing 840 acres, nmre
or less.
T. C  Witherspoon.  Locator.
■ lohn  Virgo,  Agent.
Witness: Archie Belden
Located this 21st day of Scptem
ber, 1912. 44-5t
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICK
NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVEN
tbat thirty da)'B after date I shall
applj to tbe Chief Commissioner nf
Lands at Victoria for a license to
prospect (or coal and petroleum 00
the following described lands, situ
ate iii the district ot South Kast
Koolenay,  Block   1593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near t miles east of thc S.K. corner id Lot 7M7 and being the S W
corner of the T C. Witherspoon
claim, theme north Ku chains, thence
east KU chains, tlience south Id
chains, thenee west Kii chains to the
point of com mencement aud containing Ulu aires, more or less.
T. c. Witherspoon, Locator.
John Virgo, Agent.
Witness: Archie Belden.
Located this llth day ol October,
1913. It-at
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICE,
NOTICE LS HEREBY GIVEN
that thirty dais afler date I shall
apply to the t'biel Commissioner ol
Lands at Victoria for a license tc
prospect foi coal and petroleum on
the following described lands, situ
ate in tbe district of South East
Kootenay, Block 1593:
Commencing at a post planted at
ur near 2 miles cast of the S. K.
corner ol Lot 7507 and being the
S.W. corner of the T. C. Witherspoon claim; thence north KU chains;
tlience cosl su chains; tlience south
ku chains, thence west 6(1 chains to
the point of commencement, and con
tainlng MO acres, more or less.
T  C. Witherspoon, Locator.
.lohn Virgo, Agent.
Witness: Archie Belden.
I.ocatH tbis 21st day of Septcm-
berm 1912. 41-51
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
tbal thirty days after date I shall
apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands at Victoria for a license to
prospect for cnal and petroleum on
the following described lands, situate in ihe district of South Kast
Kootenay, Block 1593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 2 miles south, then I miles
east ol the S.E. corner of Lot 7601
and being the S.W. corner of the
T. 0. Wiiberspmut claim, thence
north   Kd   chains;     \ataee   east H<>
COAL IND PETROLEUM NOTICK
NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVEN
that thirty days after date I shall
apply to the Chief Commissioner ol
Lands at Victoria for a license to
prospecl (or coal and petroleum on
the inllovving described lands, situ
ate in the district of South Kast
Kootenay, Block 4593:
Commencing at a post planted   at
or near 2 miles east of the S.E. corner of Lot   7507, and being the S.E.
corner post of the T. C. Witlierspnon
(■lain..       thence     north     Kll chains,
theme west Kii chains; thence   smith
NU chains; thence east  KU chains     to
the point    of commencement,     and
containing 840 acres, more or less.
T. C. Witherspoon, Locator,
•lohn Virgo, Agent.
Witness: Archie Beldcn.
Located this   2lst day of Sep tern
ber, 1013, 41-at
KERN IE LAND DISTRICT
Districl of South Kasl Koolenay.
TAKE NOTICE thai Benjamin
B Ralph) of Winnipeg, Man., occupation physician, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
Ibe south end of an island iu Ibe
Elk RlVer, opposite l.nt 227 ami foi
lowing lhe shore around the island
to point of commencement, being i»
acres, mnre or less.
Benjamin B. Ralph.
Dated 28th August, 1912.       88-01*
For Sale
One  Oxford   Engine),   llxll.
Mny 1*. mqiiaI Benedict Hiding,
one milii ..int «>f Mayook, ll. 0.
For further partieuliirs iipply lo
I.ensk cV .Inliiimm. Elko, 11. C.
Urnubrook     Lodge,
Nu. 34
A.K.  & A.   M.
Regular meetings on
the   ttiiril   Thursday
of every mouth.
Visit mis lirethren welcomed,
1). .1. McSweyn, W.M,
.1. S. Peek, Secretary.
OUHBUUNT Lit ltd Ii No, 88
KNIGHTS   of   PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, U. C.
Meets   every    Tuesday at 8 p.m. al
Fraternity Hall.
N, S. Houston, C.C.
P. A. Stride, K, ol It. & S.
Visiting lirethren   cordially invited
to atteml.
I.O.O.P., KEY CITY LODOE, No. 42
Meets every Monday
night at New Kra-
vrs»«" ternity lllll. Sojourning Oddfellow*, cordially invited.
II. E, Stephens, W. M. Harris
N. O. See'y.
Hotel International
lltn. l.limil'IIB, l'm|iiirfi.r
Situated at Klng.gute, B.C., on
llie ''ouiiiliiiy Line, in s .|i"t uf
iHie M-enir liesutytiml the Bnurlt-
mini'* patntlieu.
Headquarters for Commercial Men and Tourist!
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Hotel Coeur D'Alene
Spokane, Wash.
DURHAM ENCAMPMENT NO. 12.
I.O.O.F.
Meets first  and    third Wednesdays
in eaeh month.
A   cordial reception extended      to
visiting brothers.
Officers July 1st to December 31st.
II. White, Chief Patriarch
li. F. Roilkey, Scribe.
MAPLE LEAF REBEKAH LODOE
No. 19.
Meets every second and   fourth Wednesday at Fraternity Hall.
Sojourning   Hebekahs   cordially invited.
Mrs.  Alma l.iildieoal, N'O.
Mrs. A. K, Parker, Sec.
XNCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS
COURT CRANDROOK, 8943
Meets in Carmen's Hall Second and
Fourth Thursday of eacb month at 8
p.m. sharp
Wm. Henderson, CR.
L. Pcarron, Sec, Box 618.
Visiting brethren made welcome.
INDEPENDENT   ORDER~OF~ FORESTERS.
Meets in Carmen's Hall first tad
third Thursday ol each month it
8 p.m. sharp.
Mrs.  Lulu Hayward,  Rec. Sec.
W. n. McFarlane, Chiel Ranger.
Visiting brethren made welcome.
OVER SEAS CLUB.
Meets in Carmen's    Hall 2nd    and
Ith Tuesday every month at 8 p.m.
Membership   open   to llritish   citi
/ens.
N. A. Wallinger, W. C. Crebbln
Pres. See'y.
P. O. Box 425
Visiting members cordially welcom
cd.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
('ranbrook   Lodge No. 1049.
Meets every   Wednesday night it
p.m. in Royal   Black Knights   Hall,
Baker Street.
32-tl It. S. Garrett. Secretary.
ANCIENT     ORDER     OF
TERS.
FORES-
Pride of Cranhrook   Circle, No. 153,
Companions ol tno Forest.
Meets in Carmen's Hall 2nd and 4th
Thursday ol eaeh month at 3
p.m. sharp.
Mrs. I.. Whlttaker, CO.
Mrs. I. Heigh, SeerctaBy.
Visiting Companions cordially welcome.
diseases of Men
s
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Dr. Mattel's Female Pills
Nineteen Years Ihc Standard
Prescribed and recommended lor women's ailments, a scientifically prepared remedy ol prov™ worlh. Thc
result Irom Iheir use is ipiick and
primuMit. Por sale it all dnutstorci
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I t-..-iliv-l,v .-lir.. ilir--.'-'..iirifin <jl nl the
•n**.". ili.it i.r<*!il'Mi>liil<>l> iiii-iiriil4.*liyiiii.v
iii.-ili.i.i-*. other limn tho*" I puiphty. I do
n.it ean who lint* trenttd yon or bow Ioiik
Of hy wlml iiii'tiiihliflin-i tri'tittnl miii; tin*
probability In Mull I ran camyon, and I
will ba ahlii to ifwnk definitely Inili* mat*
ier when I know thodefnll« uf -.-our niw.
WRITE FOR   FREE   BOOK
If you can't call at my office write lor
mv l It, which  deacrinei  my rnxtliod.
All lotted aro gtven Bpecinl nttiratbui.
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SPOKANE, WASH
ICRANBROOK-FERNIE
FARMERS' INSTITUTE
President: T. S. am,
Secretary: B, Macdonaj.i.
For information regarding land*
nml   agriculture   apply   to  the . i
Secretary, Cranhrook, B. C. < «
~ Meeting—
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Notaries
Money li, I .min
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Physicians and Surgeons.
ODci it Rnldllci,  Armstrong  tfi,
OFFICE! HOURS :
Forenoon* I Oil to 1IMH3
Alternoom • - • 3.00 to 4.00
Evenings - • • - 7.S0 to »30
Sundays .... i.10 to   l.M
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Crown anil Bridge Work
a Bpeoinlty,
OlKce over P, Parks Hardware
Store, linker Street
Phone No. 200
Cranbrook Cottage Hospital
jjj»lERNiry '.i.0  PRIVATE   NVRSINU
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MKS. A. SALMON,
Phone 25II .Matron.
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rooms, fireplace, steam heal, etc
$500.00 Cash buvs it
$3,800
Anolhei strictly modern home, on
Ihree lots Nearly new Eight
rooms Everything Iv.uiiilully arranged
Small Cash Paymenl
$1,000
Four  rooms,   on   beautiful  large
lot.    Nice view.    Close lo shops.
Your Own Terms
Have You
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Here is your chance to acquire
a CRANBROOK lot, at a
sacrifice price. We have a
client who MUST HAVE
MONEY, and is willing to take
$100.00 each Cash for lots that
he paid $150.00 for.
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2 Lots on Baker, $4,000
1 " "      3,000
2 " "      7,500
Many others at a little less than the
market value
Fenwick Ave.
One and a-half blocks from Post
Office
Prices $350.00 and $400.00
Easy Terms
Choice Lot and New
Building
On Fenwick Ave. rented for $2000
$1,600: terms
THE CHAPMAN LAND & INV. CO. TS
Phone 401
INVESTMENT  SPECIALISTS
Phone 401
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J THK CJRAKBBOOK HKKALD
..dH'S
iN     EXPERIMENT   I\    PVBUC
OWNERSHIP AND OPERATION.
(Hv    Alboct .J.    Bovcrldge, formerly;
United stales Senator Irom
Indiana).
This is not a preachment, It it    u
statement.      U is nol un argument
im* a theory; ii is a report ol      the
[acts.      The question nl government
ownership,    settled    in     republican
Switzerland und    monnrchlnl      tier
man), Is freshly aroused      In      the
raited States by  tho necessity      ol
our governmenl building .mil opera!
ing an    Uaskan railwaj  i" the mill
fields.    Thus, Canada's experience In
tlii-, important    matter is Invaluable
tO lis
out two Hi.nis.iiiil mites ul rail
way, main Marks mnl sidings, owned
and operated by the government—
that is the mosl striking political
ami economic tad in ilu* Dominion
Tlie Intercolonial railwaj, running
Irom Montreal lo the ocean pnrti ol
SI    -lolin,      Halifax  ami Sydliej   (ami
the narrow gauge serving Prince Kit
ward Island) is purelj a governmen*
ial affair.
Willi thr exception perhaps nl 120
oiilcs. which the governmenl bought
rrom the Orand Trunk many years
ago, every lool nf this railway sys
torn was built by thc government,
provincial or national, precisely as
our governmenl now is building the
Panama Canal. All tint an insignl
(leant part was built by Canada's na
tionnl government.
TWO THOUSAND MILKS OK fH)V
KUN.MENT  H UUtOAI)
Tlie main track of Mn* Intercolonial
(exclusive of sidings and ol the
Prince Kdwanl Island railway) I--1
longer than the distance from Sew
York i" Kansas City; longer than
from New Vort to St. Paul; longer
than from New Vort to New Ol
leans; and about thc same distance
as from New york to Omaha, li you
will Imagine onr own government
owning ami operating n railroad he
tWCCn New York and cither nr the
p-plnts named, you will have substantially whal lhc Canadian
government has done, and is doing,
in lhc case of ilie Intercolonial rail
way. so far as sheer distance Is
concerned
\ATI UAL 11 VNDK'APH
Hui such an American railway he
lween these points would traverse n
countrj with dense population ami
almost Infinite resources, both in
richness and ,*nrlely, compared with
ihe country served by the Intercolon
i.ii Railway of Canada Por lhe coun
lr> through which the Canadian *-'<<*«
ernmenl rood runs has scant] pnpul
ation and its resources are extremely*
limited in richness, variety, and de
velopmcnl compared with the country
whtrh anj railroad serves running
from Mew Vort lo anv ol the points
I have named
T'ia- *. anodiati line runs through
and taps ua exclusively agricultural
and 1 umber country, with suine ruin-
ing in Nova Scotia, aud, therefore,'
the freight il carries is overwhelmingly ol lhe products ol the field, foresl and mine But even thene are
small compared with the output ol
the region tapped hy any \merlean
line I have mentioned.
Add in these great natural disadvantages of ihis Canadian government road the fnct thai, for reasons
[lowing from its historic origin, il is
lmill in n meandering manner which
applies to no other road; and finally,
the weightiest circumstance of nil,
thai from iis three eastern ocean
termini to its wesl em river terminus at Montreal it is subjected to
the severest possible water competition, and vmi have some of the
physical and commercial disadvantages it. whicli no oilier similar length
of railway in the world is subjected
^ et, In spite of    what   is called  its
"political" management, this ment
rullwaj enterprise ui the Canadian
governmenl enterprises, seem to
'i may he said to he a success in its
cosl of const met ion and equipment,
in its comparative rates, iu the cl!)
clone) ol iis operation, In ihc as
cellcncc and safety of its service,
and in lhc items of peculiar nccoin
niodatioti it iillords the people which
a commercial rood never would give
IMPORTANCE OF TIIK II MC
ROAD TO CAN \DIAN I MON.
How did the governmenl happen to
build Ihis road'' Its history is inter
woven with that nl tile Maritime
Provinces ni Canada, and ot thc pre
sent Dominion itscll Kail ways, as
government enterprises, seem to
have been in the minds nl the people
of Nova Scotia and New llruiiswick
almost from the beginning of steam
transportation.
The      people    ol       the     provinces,
through Micir governments, built
railways for themselves .md operated
them as a public matter before our
Civil War. When the greal plan for
uniting all the provinces of Canada
into one dominion was launched iu
1867 Ihere was much difficulty in
getting the provinces together The
same small jealousies and prejudices,
lhe same little provincialism, Ihe
same fear and short sighteiltiess, the
same insect ambitious of -miniature
men which confronted our tint imi
builders In trying to weld the States
iti a consolidated union under our
constitution belore its ratification En
17X!>, also confronted lhe Canadian
nation builders iu gclting most of
tbe provinces of Canada into the
present Dominion before the con
summation of that historic protect
ih 1867.
To gel them to come Into the
union which now* forms the Dominion
ol Canada, tho new national govern
ment bad to agree to pat llie debts
of the provinces, nnd to pat semi
annually t•• each of the provinces a
bount) of so much fur everv iuhabil
ant liven then what are called the
"Maritime Provinces,"—that Is, the
provinces bordering nn the Ulantlc
ocean—would not come into the Co
n.uli.in union unless the new national
governmenl agreed to build a railwaj
connecting these  provinces and theft
MONARCH
This Range Makes Cooking Easy ji
The Range to Buy. Come in and see them :i
J. D. McBRIDE
•   Cranbrook. B. C.
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Phone 5 X
Bargain   I
Two Lots ami motion) Blftbt^roometl Hmiso,
bathroom, etc., oa Baker BUl-inttoori nsklon-
tial locality.
$3,500.00
Tonus. Prior iiirlmloa wry Bno oloctrio
Httiiius. all itovea am! window Mreena- storm
doors nnd windows, nml garden npplinnrvs.
SEE
Beale & Elwell
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Atlantic ports tvit'q the mor< thickly
settled provinces of "Ontario and
Quebec, (The same wus true of
hritish Columbia, whose reluctance
to join the uuion caused the building
ol the Canadian Pacific).
LOW CONSTRUCTION COSTS
What, thcu, of this extensive and
long-coutinued experiment iu government ownership and operation ol
railways on this side of llle Atlantic?
While, us We shall sec, the construction and equipment oi the Intercolonial railway are above the ordinary American road, if inferior, to,
the best railwajs in the United
Stales, yet its total cost has been
less than the average cost of similar
lines in this country. Up to the present year the Intercolonial railway
has cost $92,273,078.51. That is lo
Bay, this sum of money is the total
amount that has been spent on
building and equipping the road—
from preliminary survey dear
through In the smallest item nf
rolling stock.
Mosl, if not all, American roads,
having like grades, have required (ar
greater sums of money for an oqjiul
amount of mileage and equipment
ll is hard to make exact comparisons
between ihe cost and equipment of
privately built, owned, and operated
roads and Ibis Canadian government),
built, owned, and operated railway
Por, in Hie case of the Intercolonial,
tbe actual cost is known lo a cent;
there are no stocks and bonds; there
have heen no receiverships, there
have heen none of tbe complexities
of railroad financing which make it
so hard to nud out exactly what the
building and equipping of any American road actually has cost, nr even
how much money has been put inio
the enterprise trom lirst In last.
Yet, even with these handicaps, we
know that the Intercolonial railway
of Canada has cost material!) less
ih.in the sum? amount of railway
construction and equipment in our
own country, with very few exceptions.
CHARACTER   OF HOADIIKI)  VND
EQUIPMENT.
So much as to comparative cost.
What now of the comparative excellence oi construction? Certain portions id the Pennsylvania, New
York Central, Chicago and Northwestern, aud American roads of like
character, are better ballasted than
tbis Canadian government railway,
but the roadbed of the Intercolonial
is better than the average ol our
American tines. Practical!) all ol
it is of large gravel well laid. Its
bridges are of steel ami stone, On
its whnle length theie ts not a single
example of those wooden bridges,
whicli, until yesterday, were the un*
slghtlj and dangerous characteristics
ol so many privately owned railroad
lines.
The commercially unscientific route
uf this government railroad, due
its historical origin, is, to say the
least, no greater than those eccentricities ol direction iu our American
railways built a generation ago. Indeed, imi until thc constructive gen
ins of a Passat I nr a llarriman
wrought a revolution in tbe straight
cuing, shortening, and leveling of
oui railways, Mere we in a lair position to scorn tlie routs which the
lutercolnni.il railway  takes
This government railway uses eighty-pounds rails, precisely as dn all
nther standard lines, whether In the
Republic nr in the Dominion, I beard
tbe frequent charge that the rails
are not well fastened to the tics,
ami especial!) Unit the ties themsel
<es are ol poor material, lu ever)
instance, these charges came from
tbe opponents of the government in
power at the time I went over this
railway, and it was said that this
serious matter was one result of
"political" operation ol thr road—
which Important subject I shall   ex
amine in a moment
An Inspection of the ties and rails
at many stations did tint sustain
this charge I found the ties nt as
good material ami tbe rails as xe
nirely fastened t<> them ns you will
lind nn most \merican railways,
though not on our verv hesl lines
Neither dues the smooth runnlne ol
Ihe trains ol the Intercolonial indi
cite this grave defect       And tilialh ,
the capital fact that the accidents
nn the    Canadian  goverbment read
are no more numerous than mi thn
average \merlcin lines, tends t..
pro.e Ihat rails, ties, and fastenings,
as   well as the roadbed itself, are ri
gin*! as on ihr majority "i private!)
owned roads
TO be sure, neither mt the i'.in.i
linn government mad nor ou sn)
other road on this continent don tlie,
record nl accidents um where make
sn ureal a showing us that of the
cover h ment owned and operated railways nf Switzerland and Oermam —•
ind especially ol (lermanv. Germany
lias the lowest record of railway ac
dents, considering the number of
passengers carried, with Switzerland
linnll) an inch behind her In C'nT
(the last vear I have data for the
three following countries) the number ol persons killed or Injured Irom
II railway causes was. in tlie Unit
<l States, 183,858; in (ireat llritain.
7.l8li. in (lermanv, 8940,
However, in Germany and Swltier
land the government nperutinn nt
railways has been reduced lo n
ne Were this Canadian govern
mebl owned and operated road eon
ducted witb the same skill nnd pre
• i.mi, as are similar muds in these
I .I'.pe.m countries, a diftrrrnt     tale
-■'ild be told, not nnlv as tn acrid
Bttts (mi m to economy, efficiency,,
and income Nevertheless, wllh ull
the delects lu operation of tbis Canadian govermnenl mad, It com
pares favorably, in the respects I
have mentioned, with other Canadian
and American lines,
(To he continued).
Have you heard about Peps?
Peps is a new scientific
preparation put up into tabloid
or pastille, lorm, which provides i,n entirely new and
effective treatment for coughs,
colds and lung and throat
troubles.
There is no connection
between the lungs and the
stomach.
Suppose something were
wrong with your stomach—
say indigestion, or ulceration
—would you think of taking
some medicine which went—
not to your stomach, but to
your lungs ?   Certainly not I
Why then, when your lungs
and chest are affected, should
you dose your stomach—an
absolutely separate organ —
with medicine? Is it not far
better to treat the ailing organ
direct ?
Peps provide a direct
treatment for
coughs., colds,
bronchitis,
ind all lung, . w.
cheat ami j?
throat trou ."*™
lilei. Peps
contain highly medicinal
•aaancea and
pine extracts
condeneod
into tablet
form. You
put a Pep on
your tongue,
and aa it
elowly din
solves, these
volatile    u-
sencet    turn ^^^^^^^^^^
into vipor.
Vou BREATHE the remedy to jour
■ore ailing lungi direct—not swallow it
to your stomach, whi.'h in not 11111111;.
(See diagram.) The healing fumtM, thus
breathed down, bathe tbe delicate, inflamed mambnnM of your breathing*
tubes and pau 1 >i*ht on to tho tiny \i ua*
ages of tlio Initi,''* -it course no liquid 01
solid medicine could possibly take,
I'eps fumes me healing mid anti
septic The? heal son tit-sue and kill
disease germs. I'eps bring pine-forest
fumes to yonr home, Initeadol you going
to the pin- forest!
Fur tht cold, that nlfifct cough,
that touch "i bronchitis, don't dose ynur J
stomach '    I'lio  trouble  Hm  In   •'"'■ *
luBgl.      Pops mo   to   tho   lu. _,:-
direct and will rara you. *
AlldraggktaeudstoresfiOc bt x. ;
Write to- free sample t*> Pops j
Co., Toronto, nr C'2 Piin* j
cess St., Winnipeg. Sond !
nnly le. stamp for tg_
t.lji*.* llllll"   II 1" SO *4 :'i***i
■sgpc
Makes Short Work of
RHEUMATISM
Dee*-.-seated and api-an-nlly l.i-i>.-l. • •< i*-..-.*- of
Bebrtka, Lumtj-u-i>, Omit. N*-ur.-»l.-i:i ;unl all other
f.inn-t i.f Ith. .1 m-tl 1 mi yi. lil at onr*' to Al.bott Itrus.
111..- ■ itn- I'vmrdy. Lite nn anuel of im-r.-y it
hat "riven iri'i.dn r.-liff 111 -li'* I'-for- lakm nulTprt-rt,
lit in! "..in from t>' -I?, of fir-ii. v nnit for 28 >i;.r->
Im* I*■«•-, cut mi; 1Mb women nml rhil-Jren for
wlmni there SSflMn nn Mp. Ju«t a few bottles
hater.ire-Jea-.ro of from WI to 80 yenrr.'duration
nnd 'I.v it .t'niil* .mt !■. :i!'t-1 ii>. n 11 un-k. wife and
\\* ■' ,•■■!>- reliable t rent ment f..r nil urtr- arid (..■■
sms, weak Moneys* etc   Let n dollar l-.ttle of
llllll lr*.t. Bhaumatlc Rimid*
end ymir pain* at onre—-.tnrt ymir euro tml-iy.
lend yi.nr paint* nt onre—ntnrt your euro today.
Sent |.repa<d I.v Abbott Bro*., Tt I S J '• ir hor n St.,
("i.   ,.-..,  111., if your limi'i'i--  .;..'-. r-.l Imve li.
1 Sold by   the   Cranbrook   Drug   ■"*■-
Monk Co.
anil
COAI, AND rKTKUl.i;. M SOTICB.
NOTICK is Hi:itiltV OIVKN
thn I tbirtv days after date I shall
iippi- t.i the chief Commissioner "'
Lands nt Victoria fnr a license t"
prospecl f<*r coal and petroleum on
tlu- following   described  lands, situ
nl    (fie    district    id  Smith  KaM
Kootenay, Bloek IS9S:
Commencing at ., post planted at
nr near I miles south then I miles
Mil ol ihe !■:. enrner .■(      |...t
T'.nT nnd being ti s W cornei **i
the T c \\ithersp.mii claim. Ihence
north nn chains; Ihence cist 80
rhnins, thence smith Sn chains;
thence west Ku chains to the point
it ciinikietiremetit, and containing
niil acres, more ur less
T. c. Witherspoon, Locator,
•lohn \'irc"». Agent.
Witness:  Vrchle Belden.
Located this 9th day id October,
1H12. Mat
THIS STORE
enjoys the reputation of selling
only the best — " the Guaranteed
kind"-- of merchandise procurable.
One and the Same
Price to All
We do not mark our prices high
for the purpose of " cutting " and
attempting to deceive any person.
Our prices are marked in plain
figures and are low for guaranteed
quality.
Quality always our
first thought
Courtesy and careful attention our law
On and after FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8th,
cash must accompany all orders for Coal.
This is necessitated by the fact that the
C. P. R. and the colliery companies demand
cash in full, with freight charges added,
upon all shipmenls of coal.
W. E. WORDEN
C. S. PARKER
Crown (Irant nf the above claim.
And further take notice that action, under section 87, must bc commenced before the issuance ol such
Certificate of Improvements.
Elgin E. .lones.
Dated this 10th day of October,
A II. 1912. 41-9*
MINERAL ACT.
CERTIFICATE    OF      IMPROVEMENTS,
NOTICK.
OminecA Mineral Claim, situate In
the K«rt Steele Mining Division ol
Kast Kootena; District,
Where located: One mile from
Marysville, on west side of Mark
Creek.
TAKE NOTH'i*: that I, K. K.
■tones. Free Miner's Certificate No.
S84I8B. intent), sixty davs from date
hereof, to applv tn lhe Mum.' IN*
eorder lor a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of nhtaiuin-*, a
COAI, AND PETROLEUM NOTICK,
NOTICK is HEREBY OIVKN
lhal thirty days after date I shall
apply tn ihc chii-i Commissioner <>f
Lauds at Victoria for a license to
prospecl lor coal nnd petroleum ou
the follow in*; described lamls, situate in the district td South Kast
Koolenay,  Block 4698:
Commencing at a post planted at
nr near 2 miles south, then .1 miles
enst ol the S.K. corner of l.ot 7507
and being the N.W. corner of the T.
C. Witherspoon claim; tlience south
M) chains; tlience east 80 chains;
thence north XII chains; thence west
mi chains to the point of commencement, and fiin acres, more or
less.
T. C. Witherspoon, Locator.
■lohn Virgo, Agent.
Witness: Archie Hidden.
Located this 23rd day of September, mi2.
COAI. AND PETROLEUM NOTICK
NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVKN
that thirty days after date T shall
applv to the Chief Commissioner ol
Lands at Victoria for a license to
prospect for coal and petroleum on
the following   described   lands, railn
ate   in the   district   ol South Kast
Kootenay, Block  i.Vt.i:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near I miles east of the 2fl mile
post on the C.P.R, survey on west
boundary of Block LVi.t und beitiK the
S.W. corner of the T C. Wither
spoon claim- tbence north HO chains,
thence east 80 chnins; tlience south
Mil chains; thence west Ml chains,
tbe point of commencement, and
n nit a limit; (MO acres, more or
less.
T. C. Witherspoon, Locator
•lohn Virgo, Agent.
Located this   1Mb day of October,
if))2. ti r.i
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICE
NOTICK IS IIKItKIIV OIVKN
that thirty days after date I shall
apply to the chief Commissioner ol
Lands at Victoria for n license to
prospect for coal and petroleum on
the following described lands, situ
ate in the district of South Kast
Kootenny, Block 4698:
Commencing nt a post planted   at
r near I miles east of tbe 2<l mile
post of the C.P.R, survey on west
boundary of Block L-V':j nnd beim: the
N.W. corner post of thc T. C Witherspoon claim; thence south 80
chains; thence enst 80 chains;
thence north 80 chains; thenee west
80 chains to the point ol commencement nnd containing uin acres, more
or less.
T. C. Witherspoon, Locator.
John Virgo, Agent.
Located this 18th day ot October,
1911. 44-tH
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICE.
NOTICK   18   HEREBY   OIVKN
tbat thirty days alter date I shall
apply tu the Chiel Commissioner o(
Lands at Victoria for a license 1"
prospect i"i coal and petroleum on
the following described lands, situ
ate In the district id South I'ast
Koolenay,  Block 46981
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 2 miles east of tlie II mite
post    on    C P.R,    survey     on wesl
h larv ol    Block 1698, uml being
lhe S W comer of the T C Withrt
ipoon claim. Ihence north HO chains,
theme east NO chains, tbence south
Ml chains, thence west 80 ilmtiis     to
the jioint of commencementi ami eon
taiuing 010 acres, more or leas.
T. C. Wilberspni.il, Locator
.lohn Virgo, Agenl
Witness: Archie Belden
Located tbis 18th dav of October.
1012 14 61
CltANBKOOK  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Kast Kootenay.
TAKE NOTICE that .lohn Angus
Kergusson, of Cranbrook, B.C., occupation, tie inspector, Intends to Apply for permission to purchase tbe
following described land:
Commencing at a post planted at
thc southwest corner of Lot No.
10.117, thence north 80 chains; thence
west 20 chains; thence south 80
chnins; thence east 80 chains to the
point of commencement, and containing 160 acres, more or less.
John Angus Ferguson.
Dated August 17th. If 11       17-91

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