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Array THE CRANBROOK HERALD
VOLUME 20
CRANBROOK.   BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY,    NOV 7til   1911
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GERMANY   SURREN^PRS
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War is Over—Complete Victory For The Allies
Germany Compelled to Retire Empty-handed Across The Rhine
Army, Naval   and Aerial   Forces   Given Up To  Allies
CRANBROOK Ef FIRST
io Era cum
James P. Limn, one of CranJ
brook's overseas fighters, writes I
from France, dating his letter
Oct. 14th and addressing it to]
U. W. Edmundson.   He suys :    |
"1 am pleased to say Ihat I j
am keeping well atid still going!
round. We have hud a very
busy timo of late and still looking forward for more of it. No
doubt you will have se"en in the!
pajiers where our brigade, the!
Mounted Rilles. were the first
to enter Cambrai. It was some!
scrap and from where we are'
lying just now we can hear them
still going.al it. The weather is
getting a little cold now and inclined to be wet.
1 sent you on a German belt
which I got at Monchy : it will j
make a good razor strop ; also ti
Fritzie camouflaged helmet from
Uourltm Wood. It is almost impossible to get a spiked hel met
so I did the besl 1 could. 1 hope
they reach yon ; the helmet will
make a good coal scuttle for
Mrs. Bdmuudsou. I hadafcas
uiaslt^ur yuu but nou!tt.*«l fi"i
it sent away, as they grab nil
the rubber they can get.
Wlin do you think 1 should
meet the oihcr day but Harry
C rid ley going up the line with
all Ills kit. He has just been in
France eight weeks and was
surprised to sec me as he did
not know that 1 hud ever joined
up. Mrs. Gridley is still in
Brighton. His brother is slill
in Toronto hospital, I jnet Tom
Marshall and HoWiy Brewer the
other day, also BerlMurgntroyd
They are all well. I tried losnu
Teddy Neil Ibe oilier day but he
was out. He is scout officer tn
the iilst battalion anil getting on
fine.
How are all the 0 1'. li boys
getting on. also the Lodge IT:'. J
1 suppose you have ull got a bjg
raise now. (live all thc boys
my best wishes and 1 think I
will soon lie there tn tell lliem
the rest tnysell, as Fritzie is
howling like linU pow,
Don't be long in writing and
give me all the news. Uuiuem
her me to Lester Clapp and
Smithy, also Tom Cuven and
Dave Speers, Kulmont ntnl nil
thu other boys too numerous lo
mention. Do you ever have a
little Scutch now. I could do
with a big one right now.''
Andy Anderson wns arrested ou
Friday lost for itnlawfjilly creating
ii disturbance iu a public place.
Anderson said lie had heen imbibing large quantities ol' two per
cent and had also taken some
"slomivcli bitters" to keep nwny
the "llu." hut denied tlie use oi nny
"hard" liquids. Ho admitted,however, tliat lie was iu fighting inood
when arrested by Chief Hersey.
Magistrate John Leask lined tho
accused *20. or one month in jail:
but. owing to thc scarcity of help
these days Anderson wiih allowed
out to go to work and earn the
money to pay Ids line, tlie Chief
undertaking to lind Anderson a
job.
THEY ARE GONE BUT
NOT FORGOTTEN
Miss Luis Gamble', daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. H S. Mamblo.'died
at Ihe home of her parents on
Thursday,.Oct. 81st, from pneumonia, following au attack of
influenza. She was beloved by
many and her demise brought
forth many expressions of sympathy. Jler death was tt stun-
ijin," blow, to her fmlict. as he I
was away from home at. the
time. Tlie funeral took place
on Sunday and was conducted
liy Rev. !•'. V. Harrison.
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STEADY IHE HOME
PUT OVER THE LOAN
If peace came tonight the Canadian army would have to
be fed and nursed for over a year before returning home. Your
money will do it. Ships must still be built and armii'S fed. This
means a market, but there is not the money for a cash market.
Will you lend your money for this purpose ? The proceeds of
the Loan will supply the cash to keep up production and stabilize industry. The last Loan made business good, this Loan will
keep it good. Business prosperity and thc Loan go together.
The Loan of 1917 was a guarantee against military defeat. It
meant reinforcements, ordnance, food, ammunition, hospitals,
victory. The Victory Loan ol 1918 is a guarantee against commercial depression. With the one we secured victory, with the
other we will ensure prosperity. Our soldiers have done their
lull duty, let us do ours.
BUY riORE  BONDS
TO DATE S10l.700.00
Cranbrook is going to win ils
honor flag. To date il has so-
cured considerably more than
half its quota. Up lo Nov. tith
II01,l!00.0O had been subscribed
and reported to the seertary
from the following points :
WyclilTe # :W,4fiO 00
Fort Steele 5,'JOO 00
Wardner 14,8b0 00
/Moyie 4,"'i0 00
Cranbrook I10;BBO On
Klmberley, 7.H00 00
Total to Nov. II *IOI.i!00 00
The number of subscribers is
174.   Be prepared lo go over
tbe top with ninny thousands to
spare.
Mrs. Pinlay Robson died on
Sunday morning at In o'clock at
the St. Eugene hospital, of
pneumonia, following an attack
of Influenza. Her remains were
sent east on Tuesday for burial
at 'Vnoliiu Falls, Out.. beside
her kilo husband, who predeceased her by only a few days*
The body was in charge ol
her mother, Mrs. t'randall. ol
Calgary. Three young children,
the eliiest live years old, have
boon orphaned within a Week by
the sad deal lis of Mr. and Mrs.
Robson, Mrs. Elliott, of Cal-
gttry, sister of Mrs Uobson, will
lake care of the children.
Mis. 1'. (i. Hope died al Si.
Eugene hospital on -Saturday
morning, Nov. "J, of influenza
The funeral took place on Sun
liny to Cranbronk eeuiolery.
She was helping out in Heat tic
Murphy's drug store during the
sickness of the principals, when
she was taken ill and passed
nwuy very quickly, Her bus
blind is overseas. Mrs. Hope
was tlie daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. .lohn Bennett, of St. Marys
Prairie, The funeral was conducted liy Rev, F. V. Harrison,
of the Anglican church.
Mrs. Whiteside died of pneumonic influenza in St. Eugene
hospital. She was the wife of
C. P, li, Engineer Whiteside
who rocontly came lo the cily
from Grand Forks. The be-
reaVed husbaud has the sympathy of his fellow workers and
of the wliplo community.
V.
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SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY ADD»
VICTORY LOAN
Miss Mildred Evelyn Wetkar-
ell, only daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. M. P. Wetherell, died in
St. Eugene hospital on Sunday,
Nov. !lrd. and was buried litis
Thursday afternoon, Rev. Mr"
Pow conducting the service.
Tlie 1 ittlo girl wus aged It) years,
7 months and "j.days.
Save for Victory.
Mrs. Parr bus received word
that her husband was Killed in
action.
Drastic Terms I
of Armistice
Yesterday it was announced
from Berlin that the Germans
.had sent a delegation to Field'
Marshal Foch to get tlie Allies'
terms for a cessation of hostilities. This morning a message
was received that it was officially reported that the terms of
the armistice had been accepted
Tbe acceptance of Ihe terms
means the unconditional surrender of the Huns and the end of
the war.
This message wus confirmed
in the afternoon. The terms of
the armistice contain the following provisions:
The Huns return hare handed
to a line east of the Rhine and
the Allies be given free right
of way to Ueiim.
All   munition   and   ordnance
maKiilg cities lo be occupied by
the Allies.
The immediate release of all
Allied prisoners.
The surrender of all air, naval
and underwater craft to Ihe Al-
lies and permission for the Al
lied fleets to occupy Heligoland
Bight,' rtiel-.-*3-^t*ai-tWBI rrta
seaports of the German Empire.
In short Germany manes an
assignment of all her military,
political and commercial assets
and throws herself unconditionally upon the mercy of an outraged world.
As an initance of how science nnd ind
the war, it is Interesting to note thnt Sir Thor
veco-operated in helplngtowtn
i White, K.C.M.G., Mlnliterof
Finance, has made a special " His Master's Voire " Reconl for lhe purpose of
actually informing the Canadian Public ia hi-, own voice concerning the need of
the second Victory"!.oan.
Science has thus made it possible fur the voir" of I Ik- Finance Minister to lie
heard in thousands of places in every part of file Country at iiu- same time.   >
t The illustration shows Sir Thomas " caught in I lie act : as iie made his special
recording at the laboratories of the Berliner Grani-o-phono Company, Limited.
Montreal. •
Johnny and Jucub Wise, the two
oldest twin buys of Mr. anil Mrs.
Jacob Wise, have both died of the
influenza. The other three children are very sick, This is a very |
severe trial and the heroaved pat
enls have our deep sympathy.
Saturday Special
There   have   boon  no   "llu"
cases to dato in Fort Steele.
Boys' pullover sweaters, buttoned shoulder, reg:. price $3.00,spccial
$2 50; reg. price $2.75, special $2.25;
re*, price $2.30, special $2.00. At
Mof'att's Variety Store.
"Solex" Nitrogen and Tungsten Electric Lights at Patmore
Bros.
Saturday  t-pecial
Ladies' all wool sweaters, with
loose belts, in canary and black.
ret. price $13.00, special $10.75, at
Molfatt's Variety Store.
ms siii **
he tookjie OF ME
Cranbrook has been full of good
Samaritans during tli*? continuance of tin* mlltien/.u epidemic.
Our citizenship when put to the
test Has proven itself to Im? made nf
guinea gold. From the Mayor uf
tin? olty all along the line to the
htimhlest of our people help has
come, voluntarily, graciously, to
the Hick and helpless .n the hour of
their great need. The authorities
have lieen upheld in the enforcement, of nccesnery regulations ; the
doctors have given themselves un*
ccusingly to. the medical phase of
the situation ; hundreds Imve. both
in the public hospitals and the private homes, turned night into day,
driven sleep from their eyelids and
fatigue from their bodies in order
to give the necessary care tu the
afflicted : many others have kept
the fires burning and the iidilcs
supplied with nourishing food.)
Home have responded- to the call
for help for the sake of tlieir Lord
and other* for humanity's flake,
but He, whose right it \h to s|H*nk.
says, "Inasmuch as ye have dune
it uftto the least of these ye have
have done it unto Me; enter Into
the joy of the Lord.'*
Thanks to all the forces that
have fought the epidemic the "llu"
has lieen put to rout aud health
conditions are rapidly assuming
the normal. _
Card of Thanks
We taKe this opportunity of
expressing our sincere thanKs
to all the dear friends who havt
so Kindly assisted and upheld us
while passing through our great
bereavement.
H   S. fiAMIlLKlind WlKK
Put Dollars
- --
in KHAKI
BUY
Victory
BONDS
Thii Space donated to the Victory \s-au Cflhv
; pftign 1018
McCreery Bros.
C'Ar'UOOK'S DRY C000S AND CLOTHINC STORES
BUY   BONDS
By  The
BILLION
AND   BEAT
THE   BOSCHE
J. D. McBRIDE
PHONE 5 liAKER STREET
A Business Proposition
Canada has come to you- -her citizens—with  a  straight business
proposition
Buy Victory
BONDS
CRANBROOK DRUC & BOOK COY
"jOSSBOL
W. J. ATCHISON. Mgr.
Hay I'aoae 74.
Muni I'Ik  MM THE CRANBROOK HERALD
CRANBROOK, B. ('., NOV. 7Ui, Hii8
9&
As a matter of business, what
do you think of the plan?
You are a farmer.
Canada is a (arming country.
Canada grows more food than thc
people of Canada need.
To prosper she must sell that surplus food.
Great Britain is our best customer
for grain, pork, beef, cheese and other
farm products.
Every practical man must see how
important it is to hold the British trade.
Canada wants not only the profit on
this trade, she wishes to create a goodwill in Britain towards Canadian products and thus assure our export busi-
ness for the future.
At the moment Great Britain asks
for credit, asks Canada to sell her the
Kroducts of the farm, "on time."   To
old her trade, it is necessary to give
this credit.
This takes capital—immense capital.
For Britain's purchases from Canada
are huge, and these purchases must be
paid for in cash.
In these times, it is not easy even
for a nation as wealthy as Canada to
procure money. Certainly, no other
country can lend us money. The only
way now open for Canada to secure
money is to borrow from the people of
Canada.
This is the reason for selling Victory
Bonds.
Can anyone deny the sound business
sense of this plan of protecting our
valuable market?
From the standpoint of the man
who lends, what better security could
he get for his money? Where else
could he get a five and a half percent,
return on such security? Where would
he find an investment to pay interest
so regularly and with so little trouble
to the lender? Certainly Canadians
have an opportunity to benefit very
directly from this borrowing plan.
And the money Canada borrows is
spent entirely in Canada—a very large
)art of it for the very crops the farmer
•as to sei
Therefore, if the Victory Loan is a
success, business in Canada must be
good, the nation must prosper and so
be able to carry on a vigorous war
effort in France and Flanders.
As a practical man you must
approve of the Victory Loan plan.
Then help it along. Put your own
money into Victory Bonds; urge your
friends to buy; work hard among
your loyal neighbors to make the
Victory Loan 1918 an overwhelming
success.
Buy VICTORY BONDS
—all you can pay for in cash and all    X
you can carry on instalments,,
Issued by Canada"*; Victory Loan Committee
in tu operation witli the Minuter of Finance
of the Dominion of Canada.
Cranbrook Herald
Published Evtry Thursday by
THE  CRANBROOK  HERALD,   MJIITEii
'*   |i
W. A. MYERS,
Managing Editor
Advertising Hates on  application.     I luiimrs (nr Adiertlslng MUST be ll
tills   office    Wednesday    noon   tbe current   week   to   neeure   attention.
CRANBROOK, BRITISH COUUMblA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7th,  1918
FIELD HSU FIU
imSTEBJF STRATEGY
The following is a very good
and comprehensive view of the
war situation an it exists today
and we give it to our readers
ju»t aa it appeared in the Calgary Herald of Nov. 2 :
"The more one considers recent moves on the great European war chessboard the more
it becomes evident on tlie side
of the Allies there is a master
hand in the game. Jus', note
the passage of events in well
arranged order since the commencement of the big Allied offensive in the Verdun-Montdid-
ier region and see how they
have exerted a steadily increasing pressure upon the enemy.
Enabledjwith American forces
to inaugurate that famous offensive, with a succession of similar drives elsewhere along tho
western line, Generalissimo
Foch succeeded in putting the
Oermans in a position where
their nerves were on edge. Simultaneously came a strong drive
in the Balkans against the Bulgarians. Already frightened at
the progress of events on the
west front the Bulgars were
very ready to cry quits, seeing
no hope of ultimate German victory and wanting to play the
safety first game in any case.
Bulgaria's defection was a sore
blow to Berlin and the German
war party and it served to put
more scare into the troops on
the west front, where further
Allied offensives set the Huns
running for cover out of Belgium and France. Then came
the startling successes of British armies under General Alien-
by in the far east against the
Turks, exerting just that add!
doual pressure necessary to con
vince Turkey that Germany was
a gone guose and the cause of
the Central powers a lost cause.
Turkey's surrender followed.
But before the Allies took the
trouble to consider it a new
drive was started on the Italian
front against the Austrians on
Italian soil. With a speed and
dash that marks it us one of the
most brilliant and spectacular
events of the war. the Allied
troops on this front have rushed
ahead carrying all before then.
It was useless for Austria to
cull on Germany for assistance.
The only thing to do was to turn
and run. And in the midst of
the race lias couio a plea lor an
armistice, while the Austrian
fleet ut Pola has been surrendered to a body of revolutionists
thut lias succeeded in overturning the government and proposes to do away with the Hups-
burgs.
And with tho surrender of
Austria to the Allies but u matter of days, the Allied war council is taking time to consider the
case of the Hun. Without any
let up in the drive on the west
front tho question of Germany's
appeal for un armistice is being
dealt with. The whole program has been so managed as lo
make clear to the Huns that
their cause is lost and their case
hopeless. Standing alone a-
gainst practically tho whole
world today Germany cannot
hope for anything better than
may be offered to her. Her
choice lies between unconditional surrender and extermination.
The game is very nearly over
and the Allies have won."
DR. DeVAN'S FRENCH PILLS t?£.
fujiflnt I'M (or Wotntii.  |fi a bot oi thrMtoi-
jlo.a-Bold at ill Druf Bto "
adanaaooroealptol price.
Co.,Bt. CfttharlDM, Ontario.
Id at all Druf Htoica, or'maHM'toVny
%   TMflCOKU. niu-t
Vitality; fof Ntnt and Brain; lnmmi"int
■«Ue'-1»T©nle-wt..bal.« rot. 09. fa »twi, or
ESTABLISHED     1875
i*. -*-:   *****    ejaV CAn	
CAMTAlfAID UPSTOOO.OOO "MttVE FUND$7,000,000
FHIAtlCIAL RESERVES „,-
Build up a lavingt account ai a rcterve againit poitible adversiiiei.   Every brand.
or thii bank hai a living* department.    Intemt allowed at current rite.
CRANBROOK BRANCH,
B. E. HOWARD,
Following
tbe sun with
WRIGLEY
Vision* for a moment, those far off ports
beyond the trackless seas—
From Arctic Ice* to the torrid lands
beneath the Southern Cross-
Front towns tucked in the mountains, to
the busy river's mouth-
WRIGLEYS Is there!
MADE IN CANADA
There, because men find
comfort and refreshment
In Iti continued use.
of its benefits
and because
SEALED TIGHT-
KEPT RIGHT
Peps wilt giro you relief.'
Simply dissolve a Peps tablet la
your mouth. Your breath carries
thcvmedlclnal Pint: vapor, which
Is released, to ull parts, of the
throat, nasal and air passages,
where- a li*.: ti ill medicine could not
possibly reach. This vapor destroys all germs with which It
comes in contact, soothe? and
heals thc inflamed membranes and
fortifies you against coughs, colds,
sore throat, bronchitis und grippe.
Peps contain absolutely no harmful drugs and are therefore the
safest remedy for children.
rptcE tbiau ^;c,™,w,I.»j
across it tlie name and date ostitis
paper, antl mail it (with lc. stamp
tn pay return postage) to Peps
Co., Toronto, A free trial packet
will then be sent you. All druggists and stores sell Peps, 50c. box.
miBmwmmr.
200 gas masks, or
200 pairs of soldiers' bonis, or
■IfiO, bushels ol wheat, or
500 steel helmets, or
1000 pairs soldiers' socks, or
2000 lbs  high explosives, or
1200 lbs. ol' cheese, or
2S0O0 rifle cartridges, or
riliOOo revolver cartridges.
GLASSES
It may be that your eyes are becoming weak and you are afraid to acknowledge it. That Is thc way with a
good many people both old and young.
The young particularly Hcem ai'raiil tn
admit their falling -tight, hut Ih no
novelty nowadays and certainly un
disunite. Wo will remedy any defective eyesight ami guarantee satlrifue
tion Delays are dangerous -como today.
Raworth Bros.
OPTICIANS
Next to iho PoatoHlce.
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meeta In Ih*
Pariah Hall
Brat Tuesday
afternoon of
every month
at a nm.
l'rcs., Mra. B.
H. Leaman
Secy, Mrs. J. W. Burton, P. O. Box Ml.
AU ladles cordially Invited.
I.AIDLA-V & DEWOLF
Civil and Mining Engineer!
11. C. Land Murteyora
CRANBKOOK, B. C.
Ilrs. lirci'ii a MacKinnon
I'liyslrlmiH mul Suramin.
Ollln   at  roltdetico, Armstrong
Avi'lllln
0WICI" HOURS
Forenoons.   9.00 lo J0.00
Afiornoons  2.00 to  4.00
Evonluga 7.30 In   8.30
Siiiidflya   2.30 to   4.30
CRANBHOOK, B. tl
"WHITE"
SEWING MACHINES
MADE IN CANADA
FOR  CANADIAN  HOMES
WILL GIVE YOU
COMFORT
EASE AND
REAL PLEASURE
WHILE SEWING
Jameson's
BAKING   POWDER
Feather Light
JAMESON'S
JAVA AND   MOCHA
COFFEE
JAMESON'S
TEA
JAMESON'S
EXTRACTS
The users  are  the   Con-
nolsenrs.
I.O. O.K.
KEV CITY LODGE, No. 48
Meeta eiery
Monday ulglit
at Fraternity
Hall.     Sojourning   Oddfellowa
cnrdlully Invited.
E. H. MoPhoe,     J.W. Spcnct,
Secy.
NO.
Dlt. F. II. MILES
DENTIST
Office in Hanson Block
OFFICE HOURS
9 to 12. a.m.
1 to   r, p.m.
CRANBROOK, B.C.
I'll A Ml ROOK   COTTAGE
HOSPITAL
Private Nursing Home
Licensed by Provincial  Govt.
Maternity and General Tinning
Massage and Rest Cure, Hlgheat
References, terms moderate.
Apply Mrs. A. Crawford, Matron
Phone 250 P. O. Box 846
Address, Garden Ave. Cranbrook
Can you think of any reason why
there should not be one in your
home ?
PATROL TROOPSHIP
GOES DM III STORM
Tin' sumo storm   Hint drove
I tlie Princess Sophia on tho reef
In Lynn canal '.villi the loss of
; all on board o.ui*ht the Cana-
cliiin patrol troopship oil the ex-
i trome southern point or Queen
Charlotte Islands. Tho Galiano,
the name of tha vessel, Is sup-
posed to have foundered, carrying down her whole complement
I of about 30 men and boys  and
j ono woman,    The only message
' sent out from   the  ship was :
"Our hold is full of water,help."
Up to tho present nothing has
i been  found of the Galiano or
hor crow bul the pilot house and
iho bodies nf two cadets.
SUNDAY SCHOOLS
OF CANADA
UNITE TO HELP
VICTORY LOAN
WAR MEMORIAL
mzsm$0
mm
ONE MILLION SCHOLARS I
ONE MILLION DOLLARS!
TIIK HOME 1IAKEKV
Hub*. Frame, Prop,
i'resh llrend, Cakes, Pies
nnd Pastry
Phone 37
Norbury Ave.      Opp City Hall
-L
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAN
Cranbrook, B. C.
Meets every Tuesday at > p.m. In
tbe Fraternity Hall
R. C. Carr, C. C.
C. H. Collins. K. R. ft B.
Vliltlng brethren cordially Invited to attend.
SEND FOR OUR ILLUSTRATED
FR£E TRAPPERS GUIDE
•JCf-hllihe,) IS'W)
WRITE To-Day
For GUIDE No.
'How to Trap Wild
I.IRS. SIlipilillB
Tags, Prica <in lliuns
I mo runs, nmt (ilher
. .»Ulilo Informs*".
BUYOFANDSHU TO
, THKOUJKKLIAbi.lt
JKOin™tsiniBiDimii*i.
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i
BARBARISM
BY   BUYING
VICTORY
BONDS
A million Hiinduy school scholars
and memlierH of Young Peoplels]
Associations of the Anglican- Pre*-;
byte nan, Bupi isi. Methodist and}
CongregationuI churches aro cooperating on a plan which has the
three-fold purpose ut' helping tn!
boost the Victory Loan over-the-
fcopj ttHHiHting the ohurches to ox*
lend tlieir mission work, and coin*
ini'iunrating tin* heroism of church
iiii-mhurs who have fallen al thu
Front.
"Kvery hcIuhiI ut leant one bond"
is the cry that will help to carry
the HUH Victory Loan to the Sunday hcIiooIn' million dollar obJQQ-
t!ve. Above is a reproduction of
the shield to be presented to each
Sunday school subscribing (I Bund.
YOUR Sil VITCOBY
1400 rifle cartridges, or
100 hand greuades, or
104 rifle grenades, or
10 gas masks, or
50 pair of soldiers' soclts, or
10 pair of soldiers' boots, or
Knives, forks und spoons for
a company, or
Your «~50 Victory Bond will-
Pay Canada's war bill for four
and one-third seconds, or
Pay one soldier for 40 days,or
Feed 100 soldiers 40 days, or
Buy 1000 yard* of  adheilve
tap..
The Shoe Specialist
.10-: Jl A HA TO III
Hallsfncllon (JuaranteM
Weadquartera tor all klnda of
Itepalra
OVERSEAS C1.UB
Meeta In Maplo Hall aecond
Tuesday of every month at f
p. m.
Membership open to Brltlan
cltlaeni.
Visiting membera cordially
welcomed.
K. Y. Brake.       J. T. Lower.
President. Secretary
CHAS. 8. PARKER
Forwarding and Slatrlbutlng
Agent for
Lethbrldge ni OrernklU Conl
Imperial (III Co.
Dlitrbutlon Cars a Specialty.
Itriiiinir nmi Transferring
alien prompt attention
Pbone 63
V. Jl. MAITlli:itSIIN
llnilerlnltpr
I'l  XM
Miirlmrjr Aie, next In Oily Hall
Mnnlina llestaurant
Meals al All llonra
Cigars, Cigarette,! nt Candy
CRANBROOK STREET.
Opposite tlie Bank of Commerce
J. F. BEACON
Anlomohlles for hire.. .Boats
on Oreen Boy In Connection.
PHONE 98      CRANBROOK
If vou want satisfaction
with vour wasnlDf
aend It to
MONTANA LAUNDRY
Sneclal orices for famllv Ca*AS»B00K,8.C, SOV. Tth. nil
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
STAKE YOUR ALL
CANADA
Buy Viotory
To The Limit
This Space donated to the Victory Loan 1918 Campaign by
THE   CRANBROOK  HERALD, Limited.
it THE OBAHBHOOK: HERALD
*=**=
CRAHBROOK, ». C„ 50V. 7th, llll
B
BE CANADA'S
BANKER
HPHE  individual who buys a Victory Bond becomes his
country's banker.   He shows a banker's confidence in
the progress and future of Canada. The country's business is your business. If you believe that Canada has
a future; that she is worth blood her sons have shed in
order that she may be secure, you will buy Victory Bonds.
Canada cannot carry on War and face the problems of peace unless her citizens are willing to finance her with an open hand; the security she otters is
the best in the world-the whole resources ot the finest
Und on which the sun ever shone.
The  reward  of the man who buys Victory Bands to the full extent of his ability
will be not merely the reward of thrift, bur of duty done and an obligation fulfilled.
Patriotism and Self-Interest join hands when you—
Buy Viotory Bonds
This space donated to the Victory Loan 1918 campaign by
Kootenay Telephone Harvey, McCarter, Bank of Commerce      Cranbrook Electric
Lines McDonald & Nisbet Ligrht Co.
Lester Clapp Roya|  Bank Imperial Bank
Cranbrook Jobbers,
Limited W. E. Worden P. Burns & Co. Cranbrook Meat Co.
The Hanson Garage
fc±__
.... ORANBKOOK, B. C, NOV.
T
THE CRANBHOOK  HERALD
"FIRE!''
When you buy a
VICTORY Bond
it is as if you put a
gun to your shoulder and fired a round
into the Hun army
Thin Sptnt cf'imiftd ht tht Vuton
Loan van Campaign by
W\H. "WILSON
.11. UK I. Kit
CARRY On!
Have you lion-rhi two b-.ml-.or seven?
furry on! Go tnni buy another 'leve.nl
Carry nn! Hon'l reiiiiirk. "I nm a
beauty, 1 have Burely done my duty.
I have Jarred the (ooman Teuty." Oar-
ry on! Doubt lest, you've been doing
•iptendiii: carry on! For your duty's
never ended; carry on! Till the tyrant
autocratic, who has blow Hies in his at-
tic, finds Ms leu 1 tur stalled ami italic
carry on! What though you've been
digging dollars? carry on! No one but
a piker hollers. Carry un. Ob. the
soldiers over yonder, they don't liesi.
tute or ponder when they're told their
blood to squander! Carry on! Till tbe
arm let* cease their shooting, curry on.
till the Teutons quit their tooting, carry on: till the world Is war disgusted
and the swords und spear-* are rusted,
till your bank ucaount is busted, carry
on. Till the kaiser has been crated,
carry on: till our cause is vindicated,
carry on. till our boya are homeward
striding from tbe land where death is
riding, having made a peace abiding.
carry on. Hig up all your hoarded
treasure! Carry on! Give with never
stint or measure! Carry on! What is
gold when Hugs are Hying? What is
coin, with mothers sighing? What is
wealth when boys are dying? Carry on.
Lsocal and Jrersonal
Kilby fntmcK pictures; phone 9,
Save for Victory.
Insure with Beale & Elweli.
Those who do not fight uni.-t save.
One Indian is reported Id have
died from the "flu."
A Clmmiimti was a victim of tbe
"Hit" mi Monday night;
j
Joe Marapodi was down with
tlie "lin." but lias recovered.
Born At Crunbrook, on the
_'nd hist., tu Mr. and Mrs. George
Leask, a son.
Complete line of boys* and girls'
all wool toques in all colors, at 75c
each.   Moffatt's Variety Store.
Owing to the illness of F. M.
MitcPhereoii, U. B. Willis, or Sbr
terville, lias been acting in the capacity of undertaker.
Robt. McCreery. of McCreery
Bros., spent Monday in Jaffray.
It was reported on Tuesday that
Mayor Clapp wus confined to bis
bed with Hpuiiish Influenza.
Pte. Krnest Malcolm, who wont
away with the lirst draft from
Cranhrook, lias returned.
Special mention should be made
of Mr. Cuek. who lias done splen-
did work at tho tempoi'AVr-y hospital, the Went worth hotel. We iv-
grot yei\v inuoli to say that Mr
Cock is now a patient in the hospital, hut on the road to recovery.
Complete line of men's heavy
socks in cotton and wool at 40c.
50c. 85c and $1.00 per pair; men's
pulloYer leather mitts 75c. $1.00
and $1.50 per pair: men's lined
mitts and gloves in split horschide
and mule, at $1.50 and $1.75 per
pair, at Moffatt's Variety Store.
How many Victory Bonds are
bur Sunday schools going to buy?
Have a look at the pretty shield
on another page of tins paper and
then make up your mind thai your
school is Koiuj; in have one
them. Every Sunday School thai
buys a Victory Bond is to he pre"
tufcecl with a shield.
9Bny as many Victory Bonds as
you think you can afford tohuy,
then think it over and buy some
more,
Eagle    brand    fabric   cleaner,
cleans lilti, satin and velvet shoes;
also white and colored leathers;
35c. bottle.   Star Shoe Shop, oppo
site depot.
A. J, Pahuquisf w'as in town
this week and gave very valuable
assistance in caring for the sick in
the temporary hospital, He bus
returned to Perry Creek where he
is dosing down operations for the
winter. He intends in leave iu n
few days for the south, but will ro-1
I urn again iu the spring to carry
on bydraulii-ing operations for gold
on a large scale. Ml*. Palnupiist
is a man Of sterling quality and
untiring energy aud we will be
glad when In* returns.
A new song direct from the
trenches, entitled,"Fritzie'ts a-howl-
ing like bell" It's set to tlte tune
of "It's now further to Tipperary
than it is lo Berlin."
This  Space contributed
towards winning the war
by
F. PARKS & CO.
Hardware & Mill Supplies
Cranbrook     -     B.C.
J. F. Gamble, of Nelson, brother
ol' Harry Gamble, arrived in town
hint week to attend the funeral of
hie-niece, Mias Lois Gamble, which
took place last Sunday.
Mr. and Mi's. Geo. Basaett and
their three children were all down
with the grippe nt the same time
and not a soul to wait on them for
a time, no one knowing of the situation.    All are now recovering.
of
It I ".AIIl.'N
I.IMMKM
Kl)M0*il.80N,8 DANCE ORCHESTBA
(tow 0|irn lor Engagements.    On to
Four Pieces
The Music with the PEP.    For Terms
Apply
MHS. ED-fONDSON
nr plume Sill Cranhrook, B. C.
tr
THE
COEUR D'ALENE
Spokane, Washington
TIIK IMITKI, WITH  A
l-KIISII~.AI.ITV
Tbla bouao baa ttii
happy llstliicUon ol he-
Idi tht farorlte Hopping place .In Spokane
lor tht people ol Brltlih
Columbia We appreciate
thla patronage and do
everything In our power
to make you comtortable.
Our location la eicellent —
cloie to Great Northern Station
and O. W. R. k N.—Hllwauket
terminal, and wltbtn a minute's
walk trom the principal hualneia
bouaea and placet ol amusement.
Sea NteamshlD oa  Roof
The Herald
$2.00 year
■^
Why do you continue to pay rent year
in and year out?
Have a HONE  that you
can   call   YOUR   OWN
LOOK AT THESE
SNAPS
Offered by
Beale & Elweli
3 Oottagei) on Crnnbrook Street
3 lots only tttStUKI
Ono cottage alone Ib worth the
priee not to  mention  the  lots.
r> roomed Cottage in Fairvlew
Addition, cost $1500, can be
bought   Mr fgMMLO
fi roomed Cottace on Lumeileni
Avenue In good condition, cheap
at    *1000
Modern Cottage on Cranbrook
Street fnr$l000. This Is a real
snap.
7 roomed* two Atory modern ren*
IdenOe on llnrwetl avenue 2 lotn,
hOUAfl   00A1   $1600.     #HMMI   hl1)H
properly.
<! roomed CottAgQ on Hnnnon
Avennn, only   #11011
A very ion for table modern Cot-
Inge on Burwell Avenue, up-to-
date in  every  reaped.,. .$1500
7 roomed two etory reBldence on
Armt-trong Avenue 91000
Terms can always be arranged
to suit purchaser.   Titles guaranteed in till cases by
Beale & Elweli
II you want to rent * konae call
on IIEAI.K and ELWELI,
Furnished or unfurnished rooms
especially unliable for haclie.
lorn, Including heat, light and
water.
MODERN   HOUSES  TO  RENT
Housekeeper Wanted-- For
particulars apply Herald office
or Moffatt's Variety store.
Have you any old tires or tubes?
Please help the St. John's Ambulance Red Cross fund by leaving
them at the Hanson garage. M.
L. Cartwrlght, sec. treas.
The Kootenay Orchards district
has not. hnd ninny ohms ol' the
"flu." One death, however, hns
taken plnee. that of n Japanese woman, and at last report her husband waa very lind with it. The
Daniels fnmily were nil down with
it, hut al] have recovered.
Notice te Bread Eaters- Bread, 2
loaves for 25c.; guaranteed government weight. Buna 25c. a uozm. All
fancy cakes, 60c. a dozen. These
prices take effect immediately. On
account ot the increased cost of nin-
terlnl it le necessary that we adopt
the above prices. The Home Bakery,
R. Frame, Proprietor. Mrcnse Xo.
51961. 41-St
An you mine for Victory  Bond. T
Twenty Overcoats, the kind
we used to get, Al condition.
For sale at from lii.uo up, Al
the Cranbrook Cltauers.
iiilt to.lie a victim, But he got hit
gull recused and went after the
Boche. The Huns held up their
hands mul were taken prisoners.
They were ninrehed hnck of the
Canadian lines, where they wert|
caged.
Lance-corporal Lionel Leask lias
recently captured 2'2 Hun* single'
handed. He started to clean up n
nest of Huns. He was accompanied by t wo other men. one of whom |
was a ('ranbrook hoy They were '
all on horselmek. All three horses
were shot down and iiuth his comrades were put out of the lighl.
His horse Tell on his gnu aud he
thought for a time that he was go-
SAVEl
For  Victory\
¥-¥H?ST'«
PAIN EXTERMINATOR
_      Always Effective—and acts quickly    --■
llelieres lanie tack, lumbago, neuralgia, sprains, l.ruejoint, and muscles?
toothacbej earacbe, mre throat aad other painful eoraplalnl--Hfr«'j
Stops the Pain. Get a bottle tod-y. Haveith.ndy-haia huodred/'
■e^je-l'S. At dealer, or tvrltcm.  HIHST KKMKnYCO., Hamilton. Can.     **
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada Limited
Office, smelting and Refining Department
TRAIL, BRITISH COLUMBIA
SMELTERS     AMI     REFINERS
Purchaser of Oold, Silver, Copper, Lead and Zinc Ores.
Tabanac Brand l'ig Lead, milestone. Spelter and Copper
Tlir medium broad ltif.lt tur is papular with many mm who want a
roomy wide-fitting, shoe. Bluchrn black ur brown latlhris, f' m $io
The High Cost of Whims
THE United States Government lias found it necessary to issue
strict orders regulating tiie styles of shoes. Why? Because
the high cost of fads imposes a burden ull along the line—
upon manufacturer, dealer and consumer, and upon tlie Government itself.
Such action may be avoided in Canada, if you—the consumer—will co-operate with the manufacturer in reducing the
demand for extravagant styles—if you will buy prudently, for
service rather than for effect,
To do this will be a direct benefit to you. Vou will get better
and longer service, more comfort, and your shoes will be quite as
neat and attractive. You will need fewer pairs of shoes in the
course of a year.
More than that! you will help to cut down needles extravagance, lo
reduce superfluous stocks on the dealers' shelves, to keep prices down, and
to release essential supplies of leather for our forces oversells.
A.H.M. War-Time Selections offer Special Service Vattit
for Men, Women umi Children,   Ask yunr dealer jar them.
AMES HOLDEN McCREADY
LIMITED
"Shoemakers to the Nation"
ST. JOHN        MONTREAL
Whtn yen buy Shorn tank for—
WINNIPEG    EDMONTON   VANCOUVER
-tin* Trade-mark on tvmrytoU
Stake Your All
oi\ CANADA
Buy
Victory
Bonds
This space donated to tht Victory  Loan  Campaign 1918 by
What Phonograph Shall I Buy?'
How many times.when the subject of purchasing
a phonograph or talking machine has come up, have
you asked yourseit this question !
Tht Edison tone teat answers it- tor you,
completely, convincingly.
Over two million music lovers have been present
when this test was being made; and they have
realized, at you will realize, that the New Edison
alone can actually re-create the human voice and
the music of human-played instruments.
It is ill-important that you hear
0& NEW EDISON
"Tht tVtttttgraph with a Stmt"
becuutit ii tke oftly .wuuriwu that re-creaua iiu ii*ger-i voice »
faithfully that thc hum id ear cannot diariogtmh the rendfrioa or the
artiit from that ot the New Edi-on.
The wiac way to cboote your phonograph ii to have the Kveral
makee ot phoaograpiu and taking machinal kd: to your home oa
trial, where you can make direct cotnoariaooa among them, aad then
decide which one yea would like to keep—which one you riuak you
would enjoy hearing m much ftvc yean trom now aa yoade to-day.
Be your own uWir.cn.  Sei' a phonograph to vowaelf.  We will
gladly Mid a New Editoa to your home tor the pflfpoee, without
ii       obligation on your part.
{? Cranhrook Drug & Book Ge. Ltd., Cranbrook, B.C. j THE  CRANBROOK HERALD
CRANBHOOK, B, 0., NOV. 7tli, 111!"
Local Overflow
Born    At. Eriokson, on Oct.28tlt, |
to Mr. and Mrs. S. Fraaor, n noii.
Boru   At Bviekson, ou Oot.3lst,
to Mr. and  Mrs. W, H.   Killon, a j
nun.
I
The Cranbrook Sash and Door
Co. are installing anew boiler ot
their mill at Kitchener, which will
help to increase their output this
winter.
The crop ul' apples al  Wyimdul
this Fall will total about 10,00 boxes
Dry wood wanted at the Her-
aid office,
Ono Belle Oak heating stove,
nearly new. u snap. Seo Patmore Bros
fcEQUlfihUS
Constipation k the arch-enemy of health.
Conquer lino enemy and you rout a v. hole army
of physical foes, includingindigestion, biliousness,
tack headache, sleeplessness and ncrvoi a dyspepsia. Beecham's Pilla have been a world-favorite
laxative for over sixty years. They ro straight to
t'.-.' cause of many ills and remove it'. They act
promptly, pleasantly and ourely. Contain no
habit-forming drtirj. These time-tented pills
strengthen the stomach, stimulate tho liver and
Relieve
Constipation
Worth a Guinea ■• Box
WepMed only by Tho-n-ii; Bcech*m, Si. Ho Una. LucuttlM, LaeUut!.
SiilH evarywhere in CanuU «im1 IJ. S. Amenti.   In hn ■-.>>, 2b tsou,
Two "FIRECO" base burner
heating  stoves,    one  slightly
used,   great   fuel   savers,   See}
Patmore Bios.
/-, e+ettn
Word came to the city this
morning tluu Lieut. Eugene
Phillips, who recently won his
M. C, has been killed in action.
Ho was only 22 years of age.
Born - At the Cottage Hospital. Granbroek, to Mr, ami Mrs.
H. fi. McfiilJ. a daughter.
H. L. (Jrady, of Vancouver,
formerly of Halifax, N. S., lias
accepted a position with the Slocan Mercantile Co.
Hon. Dr. King arrived in the
city lasl Thursday and has been
hard at work lighting- the "llu"
ever since.
LAND REQISTRY ACT
Mra M. P. WeUierell- who Ims
been ill with piieujnonia, hns ro-
oovoretl tmllk-itiiitly iu ho dis-
oliarged rrom tin- hospital and is
now convalescing at hor home,
C, P. K. Fireman Morrison has
fallen a victim to the "Hn." He
was attnekod while un his run and
taken Off his engine fvt'C'i'oeton and
brought hack in Cranbrook. His
oaae, we are sorry to say, kooh developed intn :i fatality.
.Mr, Thoniau Wade, of Alma. .V.B.,
ace lilt a'.ally applied some acid tu a
Borb le*-. thinking tiie buttle con*
talncd liniment, Writing of tiie
effect, .10 uaya:
"Tlsq atirl burned do^p Into my
flesh and att up poisoning, causing
me Intense p.dn. ! really thought
I ali on Id lose my leg, but a friend
:il-.i. ;1 me to try Zam-Bulc. 1 did
ao, and the iff'!'" was marvollousl
X-iiii it il; very quickly ended the
iMh. and drew out tlie poison.
iSvuatually it completely healed the
Zam-Buk Is best for all skin Injuries and diabases. All dealers,
r.i>. box, 3 for $1.25.
Card of Thanks
Mrs. McKay, of ttur.voll Avenue, this city- extends heartfelt
thank's for the sympathy and
condolences extended to her
in her sad bereavement, the
death of her brother, Art Moran.
Spitting is Dangerous
Spitting on tho sidewalks and!
in publio places is un offence pun ;
ishalilc by heavy tine or imprisonment, Jn normal times the spitting habit is unclean and disgusting bul at preseni it is positively n
source of danger tn the public
health. During the Week many
persons tunc been warned of the
consequences of this -pernicious
practice; in future* proceedings
will be instituted n^iinst offenders
ito provided by the City By-laws.
B. G HEHSKV.
Chief of Pnli.-e.
* WAKIIM-.il NOTES
• ••    •    •    •    - .  -.
train io see hitn oil' and many hud taw*-
ehiofs trere in evidence aa ouch bid bim
farewell after wishing him look and
lots of ii
;    Mr.  and   .Mrs.   Chas.   Brown.  .1.   II.
; Feldhausen and Mlae Dorothy feldhausen motored to Hull. River, Saturday
:evening
( Sections8fland 134 )
Re Application No. M.'S   1
TAKE NOTICE that application has
been made to register The   Corporation of the City ot Crnnbrook us owner
■ in fee under a Tax Sale Deed  from the
| Co Hector ur ile- Corporation uf   the
City of Crunbrook, hearing date the Ut
j day of September 1917 of Lot 85, Block
; 10 Crunbrook eity, Province of British
I Columbia) Map utJDI* in pursuance of a
Tux Sale held by said Collector on or
about the 21st of August 1010.
i You, and all persons ulaimiug
[ through or under you, are required to
contest tho claim bf the tux purchaser
within twenty days from the date of
the service Of this notice upon you, and
: your attention id culled to section 3*1 of
the "Land Registry Act" und amendments thereto,
; AND WHEREAS application has
been made for a Certificate of Indefea-
' sible. Title to tbe above mentioned land
in the name of the Corporation of the
■ < ity of Cranbrook.
I AM) WHEREAS on investigating
tbe title it appears thnt prior to tlie
said 21st day of August liiiii you were
i lie registered owner thereof.
EUKTiNCRTAKK NOTICE thai In
default of a caveat or Certificate of Lis
Pendens being Bled before the registration, as owner, of thu person ent it I-
etl under wnch tux --ale, you and each of
you will be forever estopped und debarred from setting npauy claim to or in
respect of the suid land, und I shall effect registration in pursuance or such
application und issue uCertiiiente of
Indefeasible Title to the suid  land in
j the name of Lhe Corporation otthe City
of Crunbrook.
Dated at the Land Registry (mice,
Nelson, B. C. this 2nd iluy of November
A. P. mm
K.S.STOKES
Diet riot Registrar or Titles
To-AnuaOUn Frock
Assessed aad Registered owner of the!
above lot
I direct service of this notice to be
made by publication  thereof once a
week for two weeks in a newspaper circulating in Cranbrook, B. C.
K.S.STOKES
District Registrar of Titles
NOTICE
Military Service Act, 1917.
EMPLOYMENT OF MEN IN DEFAULT
UNDER TKE MILITARY
SERVICE ACT.
The following Regulations, recently approved by
the Govtrnor General in Council, impose strict
obligations upon every employer TO ASSURE HIMSELF THAT EACH OF HIS EMPLOYEES OF
MILITARY AGE AND DESCRIPTION IS IN
POSSESSION OF DOCUMENTS PROVING
THAT HE IS NOT IN ANY WAY IN DEFAULT
UNDER THE MILITARY SERVICE ACT.
An employer who is charged with having a
defaulter in his employ mu&t be able to prove
THAT THE MILITARY SERVICE PAPERS
ISSUED BY THE REGISTRAR OR MILITARY
AUTHORITIES TO THE EMPLOYEE IN QUESTION WERE PRODUCED FOR HIS INSPECTION at the time when the employee was taken into
his employment, and that it was reasonably established to his satisfaction that the man was not in
default under the Military Service Act. It should be
clearly understood that the Canadian Registration
Certificates given on June 22, 1918, at the time of
general registration, in no way define the status of a
man under the Military Service Act.
REGULATIONS.
" 106. Every   person   vthtl
employs or retains in his service!
nny man who Ims deserted ori
is absent without leave from
the  Canadian   Expeditionary
Force, of who is in default in I
the performance of any obligation or requirement for reporting or for military service.)
imposed upon him by the Act
or Regulations, or any proclamation   thereunder,   shall   be
guilty of an offence punishable
on summary conviction by im- j
prisournent not exceeding six
months, or by a penalty of not
Jess than One Hundred Dollars,
unci  of not  more  than   Five
Hundred Dollars, or by both
such  imprisonment  and  fine, I
unless such person prove thai
he   made   due   inquiry   and
that XHE MILITARY SERVICE PAPERS ISSUED BY
THE REGISTRAR OR THE
MILITARY AUTHORITIES
TO   THE   MAN   SO   EMPLOYED  OR   RETAINED
IN  HIS   SERVICE WERE
PRODUCED FOR His INSPECTION, and that it was
reasonably established  to  hi-:
satisfaction  by  such   inquiry i
and papers that the man was!
not a deserter or absent from!
the force without leave, or in
default in respect ofTiny of the:
obligations    or    requirements
aforesaid."
" lOlu. Every person who
HARBOURS OR CONCEALS
OR IN ANY WAY ASSISTS
ANY .MAN WJTO IS A DESERTER OR ABSENT
WITHOUT LEAVE FROM
THE CANADIAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCE, or
who is in default in the performance of any obligation or
requirement for reporting or
for military service imposed
upon him by tbe Act or Regulations or any proclamation
thereunder, shall be guilty of
an offence punishable upon
summary conviction by imprisonment not exceeding six
months, or by a penalty of not
less than One Hundred'Dollars
and of not, more than Five
Hundred Dollars, or by both
such imprisonment anil line,
unless such person prove that
he was not aware and had no
reasonable ground to suspect
that the man so harboured,
concealed, or assisted was a
deserter or absent from the
forces without leave or in
default in respect, of any of the
obligations or requirements
aforesaid."
MILITARY SERVICE
BRANCH.
ORDER IN COUNCIL
WATER NOTICE
I'l'e
ctot'la, ll. C. '
Sept. 6th 1818
His Honor Tlie Lieutenant Governor
hi Council
WflEtlEAS by "An Act re8|iecllug
Pound Districts" It is onucteil that the
Lieutenant Governor in Counoil may,
by Oriler-tn-Councll made publio by
noliee in the llritisli Columbia Guxetto
const it etc any part of the Province nr
British Columbia net within the limits
of a municipality into a pound illstriut.
AND WHI'HUAS under tlto provisions of tuts Aei application bus been
made by proprietors of bind ti mil-
title :i I'nioiit District  in that pari ot
Ibe Cihiiiiy lit Koolellll.V llllievn   a.-   Ill,-
Hull Hlver District, and comprised iv|.
thin tlie following hoiiniluric-:
Starting at the N. I'l. coraor, at the
Canadian I'aullic Hallway Company's
dam on Hull Itlversuulli in H ornor
nf the road running Ir  Hull Hlver,
II r. to I glass' ranch, Hie  inn
southerly direction along said road in
tiio I'oaiKiaiiinlng from Hull Itlvor. H.
1.'.' io Wnriliier. H. v.. ilience iii a southerly llll'OCtl dong thu said road	
mile more or less In the Konlemiy  ItiV-
er, thence in a northerly direction along tlie east bunk uf I be Koutoiniy Itlvor to the Hull Itivor, thence in an
easterly direction along ttie.south hunk
ot Hull Itlvor to the point of commencement.
AND W'UKIiKAs notice ol intention
tn Constitute sncli district ii pound dis-
I trict ,vas given in accordance with lin'
requirements ol tho Aut,.uud no objection has been made hy an* proprietor
ivithin the proposed pound ,ulstrlot.
On the recommendation of tho  Hon.
the Minister of Agriculture and under
the, provisions of the "Hound District
. Aet". His Honor tbe Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia, by umi with
l lie advice ot his Kxecutivc Council, has
been pleased to order, anil il is lierdiv
ordered that the above described  purlieu of the Hull Kiver district  be constituted a pound district.
.1.1). MacLean
clerk of ihe Executive Council
i lotobor llOih isis
Mr. Prank Thompson left Sunday
last for Spokane where he wus called I
to be examined for military service in ■
the United States army. From Spok-'
»ne Mr. Thompson will be Boat to ono
ot the training camps in Mississippi. It
takes men like. Prank to whip the liai-
■e.r. Mr. Thompson was very popular
amongst the younger set |„ «•„,,,„,,,.
and Ins absence will |„. noUti
much.  Many of his Wends wore at the
Mr. II. Headline is on Hie sink llltl
this week
The Wardner school closed on Thurs I
day und will not be rebpeuoil until the
"llu".epidemic ban ceased. As yet noi
eases have been reported here and
much care Is beingtakon to keep the
epidemic out
The Uev. holierDoMyorwas in town
on Wednesday and held It. C. services
ut. Hie McGinnis home
Miss Dorothy I'Vlilhuusen, assistant
postinlstiesB here, was confined to h
bed for several days with a cold but.
now back to work aguiu
Mr. Tom Huuey of Barons, Alta. is in
town visiting his parents
! Mrs. Chus. Urown entertained tlie
. It, P, ]). Club at bur home on Tuesday
evening. Light refreshments were
i served at a late hour und were enjoyed
hy all puesent
WANT ADS.
The rule*, for advertisements fn tills column under u classified Ifeail is us
follows: Tlireo lines, oue insertion for itSc* (dree insertions ot tlie same
;.ij. .Mir, F-iirger mis in proportion..,.
UN1> ACT
Cranbrook I.mul District District of
•Kiel kootenoy
Take notice that I. Harry Ity moll,
ur Kitchener, occupation Laborer, Intend lo apply for pornilsslon in purchase t::c following rioporlb&l lauds;
—Commencing at t post planted at
' the southeast corner (i lot. 3003;tljcnce'
I HO chains south; (hence 20 ''''-lins
' west; thence 20 chains north; thence
. l'O chains east to place of commencement; containing 40 acres, excepting
I the ll. ('. Southern right of way.
Hurry Rymell."
j     Haled October 12th. 1918.
Date of first publication of this no-
Ice October 17th, mis.
Diversion and Use
TAKE NOTICE that The Consolidated
Mining und Smelting Co., whose address is Trail, 11. C. will apply for a licence to take und UBe fifty cubic feet
per second of water out of Matthew
Creek which flows south and drains into
St. Mary's River about six miles west
of Marysville. The water will be diverted from the stream at a point about
three miles north of M. M. 82 und will
he used for mining purposes upon the
land described us the Sullivan Group of
mineral claims. This notice was posted
on the ground on the llth day of Oct.
1918. A copy of this notice and an application pursuant thereto and "to the
"Water Ai-t l!)ll," will be liled in the
olllce of the Water Recorder at Cranhrook, li. >'. Objections to the application may bo Hied with the said Water
Recordor or with the Comptroller uf
Water llights, Parliament lUiililings,
Victoria, 11, C; within thirty days after
the first appearance of this notice in a
local newspaper.
Tin' Consolidated Mining & Smelting
Company,  Applicant
hy E'O, Montgomery, Agent
The time nf the  first publication of
this notice isdet. 21th 1918
WATbR NOTICi;
Diversion and Use
TAKE NOTICE that the Consolidated Mining and Smelting Co., whose
address is Trail, ll, C. will apply for a
licence to take and use 20.000 gallons
per tiny of water out of Sullivan Creek
which (lows south and drains into
Mark < reek about Kimberley, 11. C.
The water will be diverted from the
stream at a point about one mile north
of north end line of lot 2999, known as
Hidden Hollow and will be used for
domestic purposes upon the land described as lot 2999. This notice was posted
on tlie ground on the 16th day of Oct.
1918. A copy of this notice and an application pursuant thereto and to the
"Water Act." 19H will be filed in the
office of the Water Ifecorder at Cranbrook, B.C. objections to the application may be tiled with the said Water
Recorder or with the Comptroller of
Water UighUs, Parliament Uuiliiings,
Victoria, B. C. within thirty days after the lirst appearance of this notice in
a local newspaper.
The Consolidated Mining & Smelting
Company,   Applicant
liy 10. C. Montgomery, Agent
The date of the first publication of  this
notice is October. 24th 1918.
WATER NOTICE
MAKE PERFECT
-— __    BREAD'
A very Handsome Coat
IN A DISTINCTIVE MODEL made of an excellent	
quality of all wool velour in Winter weight. The back
gives a high waisted effect without impairing its usefulness
for a medium length waist The pleats in the back give a
splendid effect, the fancy pockets, belt and cuffs add considerably to the model, with Crushed Mole Collar lined
with Sol Satin. This Model cannot but appeal to the
women of discriminating taste.    Thabrj   H > I   > i lyat-—
W.D. HILLS
The Ladies'   Wear
SPECIALIST
U:
Share in   Victory Buy
VICTORY BONDS
tllK 8TAIt SECOND KAMI)  STOKE
Ids)   nt'ltiirgiiius   this   Week.
Child's cot complete $6.
Phonograph, Kdison Home with com
binatlon needles to play cithor two
or four minute records, with 30 records bargain, $20.
IF YOlThAVI'; ANYTHING TO KKI.L
Phono 9
ROUND TAML-K-Two leaves, mission
oak; barGQlu.
BMTNKETS  ASSO'kTKI) Twelve
pair, all cheap.
Phone 9; if you want to buy anything
FOR SALE—Mussey - Harris bicycle,
used one season; also Eastman 3A
folding camera, With tripod and portrait attachment. Both in excellent
condition. Apply Box "T" Herald office. 40-3t
.11
FOR SALli—Mi.-!'lon oik piano, also j
bunch lo watch; nearly new; well tn-
ken care of; .Mozart Heiutzmah make;!
o'isy terms.    Apply tr  Hox r,0, Ward-
ner, B, r. 40-3t
ROYAL
CAKES
MAD!:   IN  CANADA
I is5SJWi»«^iiir«si'Wi',j»i:iii3Fi
Diversion and Use
TAKE NOTICE that The Consolidated Mining and SmeltinK Co.,   whose "
address is Trail, R. C, will apply for a
licence to take and use 20.000 gallons
per day of water out of Lots Creek,
which flows south, and drains into Mark
Creek about   Kimberley.   B. C.   The
water will be diverted from the stream
at a point about One  mile and a half
north of north end line of  Lot 2999
known as Lois Lake, und will be UBed
for domestic purposes upon thc  land
described as lot *J'iit:i.   This notice was
posted on thu ground on the ISth day of
October li'lS.   A copy of this notice
and an application   pursuant    thereto
land to the "Water Att,   1914," will be
! filed in the ofllce of the Water Recorder
at Cranbrook, II, C.   »objections to the
[ application may be filed with the sunt
j water Recorder or with the Comptroller
| of Water Rights, Parliament Buildings,
Victoria, B. C. within thirty days after
the lirst appearance of this notice in a
local newspaper.
The Consolidated Mining &   Smelting
Company, Applicant,
By E. O. Montgomery, Agent
The date of the (list publication of
this notice is Oct. SMth 1018
'•"OR RENT—Modern Buugalow, For
particulars apply to C. Van Braatn.
Phone 404, or P. O. Box 428.       34-tf
WANTED- Pun op till of the
following : Piano, buffet, jrold-
on oak. davenport or conch in
leather, china cabinet. Must he
iu good condition, Slate price
for cash.   Bojt 86, Herald Office
Simp- McLaughlin. Bvo pjisKcn-
ger aiiloiiuihile. 35 homo power,
meolt anion liy perfect, line shape.
K<>ml tires ami e\ini tire in carrier,
Cheap lot cash. Near Cranbrook.
Address Box It. HeraM nlllnn.    2|
I I'Tir Sal'1 Threi' fniloli cows, I
2 1-2 yenrs and I I 1-2 yoart. old; I
yeurliugilieiPer. f hoifor .all'. 2 ton
roots. '• quantity of liny and Straw,
1 [ion <>r mammoth PuUhi ducks,
Apply, i'.  Sheppard. Phoiidv341-
, W'velille   ronrj-   near   SI. En-jciie
; hospital.
.(KIT IIU DIE
1
TIGS   FOR   SAI.K   All   BlZBB   anil
brccilH. Apply to tiio Herald oftlcp.
Lost—Somowhore on Ihe road
in Cranbrook, a bunch of keys.
Finder please leavu al the Herald office.
Wanted   Capablu    man    with
$*>uil |'or new   hnginottii opening in
Cniiijn I'.   Uootl   (ur S-imi  ami
up.     I'eriuaitent.     AildrosB, Mr.
Hickle,   N.   American    BnJIding
l 'hirilK0'
Piirtnor   Wantocl—Tu   lil.	
good etaitn near town and worh
wiih party on wood-Hawing rig.
Address Box 7. Herald ollloo, ■|2-tf
Por Sale—Overland ."passenger touring car, in perfect condition, all accessories complete.
A bargain tor cash. Address
box 10, Herald office.        48-81
Wood for Sale
Ill-inch greoli blooks, unsplit, ■'!
inches Io 12 inches thich : mostly
fir, a little pint! and taniarac; $2
a rielf, 8 ricks for $5.50.
42-31 O. E. KOOTK.
j For Sale—AH the 'household fur-
I nituro of the late Mrs. Fiulnj- Robson will he sold hy private sale,
'['he side will commoncc un tfridny,
Nov. Hili, and continue each day
until evci-ytliing is sold.
SAVE
For  Victory
(iriienit I'iaz, the Italian ciiminaniler
i of the Allieil fortes operating "gainst
lhe AuntriuiiK on thi' Italian front, hatt
compellcil the AustrhuiH to Hurremter.
igive to Italy all the Italian government
elaitnod an their rightful territory, surrender all HUpplii'.s anil munitions of w;
' to the Allien, together with nearly their
1 whole Meet, ami further to allow the
Allies to transport their armicH through
Austria to attack the Germans in the
rear. Nu proud nation was ever forced
Bo abjectly to its knees, lint before
| the armistice was Higncd the Allies hail
utterly routed the enemy,, capturing
! half a million prisoners, 260,000 horses
and 5,000 guns. .In the army of tin
Trentino alone over 150,000 prisoners
fell into the hunttsof the Italians, [t
was the grcatettt battle in the history
of the war and the most complete and
! decisive victory. Tho credit for the
1 great victory is freely given to the
Italian army.
Austria has now withdrawn her armies
from every field of battle, tier navy
, from the seas and her livers from the
'. air and placed them nt the feet nf-the
victorious Allies.
The arch-criminal, Germany, is now
! the only one of tho Central Powers who
has not yielded to the superior force
and righteous cause of the Allies. Her
foolhanliness, howeverj will soon be
overcome by hard necessity, it can only
be a matter of hours.
LAND RKGISTKY ACT
Section -4
IN THE MATTER of \.ot» 18, ID and
20. Block 2, Town of Kimberley, Kootenay District- Map 064,
I'roof having heen Hied in my office, of
the loMbf Certificate of Title No.I2D8a
U> the above mentioned lots in the name
of .lames Ferguson A rnistrong, ami
bearing date the .'Ird of April VM>2. I
hereby give notice of my intention at
the expiration of one calendar month
frnm the Itrst publication hereof lo issue to the said .lames Ferguson Armstrong a fresh Certificate of Title in
lit'ii of such lost Certificate. Any person having any information with refer-
e to siieh lost < ert if irate of Title is
requested to rninmuuii'Ule with the undersigned.
Dated at tin- Land liegistry * Mliee at
Nelson, It, ('., this 17th day nf October
1018.
E. S Stokes,
l)ist;ict Registrar of Titles
The date of the first publication of
this notice Is October 24th 1MH
Suggestion
on Eczema
It will take just a few momenta to
step ln and ask us what our experience has been ln the way of grateful
customers with the soothing wash of
oils, D.U.D. Your money back unless
thu first bottle relievos yon.
Cranbrook Drug ft Book Co.,
Cran brook, B. O.
Nr'
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