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PROBINCIAL
HERALD
CRANBROOK, B.C., FRIDAY,, DECEMBER Uth, 192
N I   JI II t: "     4 2
VOLUME  II  . ■■■ = — '   '  " —'■—	
 —■ ~======zr.:rzr..,.,i,my. i U'T^TThIMVII ' OF EASY divorce,    a picture for sweethearts, wives,
,     BYCHAS.G..ORRIS,    A BI 0 SUPEB-PROBUCTION *«*«£?U MR MOTHERS fiO *   ~
^ kSS      STAR THEATRE, Friday & Saturday, December 21 C& 22     Q H/\ §s,
'flP ** „in«, I  «■». .:nnor ,.,„•» "Six ^    COSISe. ,„.,. Sv» -WU lUrk,* -r,.o Iternui Slru^e," Hade u, Banff. VJ
V* (■(•Mi.'.i.. COMING: Bee. 81-Jnn. 1. "Buggies of Red Gap.  .__
Final Session of
1923 Council
Itecoiiiiiiilnllnii In Made In Lo
wer Again l.lifhl anil Power
Hales Hitherto In Force
THREE BIG PICTURES
COMING Tt) SI Alt
HOLIDAY WEEK
•CROWOEB HIT" MIST
ACCOUNT FOB SOME
OMISSIONS THIS  WEEK
'ItuggleB   nf Iteil Gait,"   "Six |
Bays" A- "Tlio Eternal Sirup;-
Kle Are Allrni'llniis
The
count
Wetlnosday evening
being In their plaoes,     'I'bls wus Iho ,„„„, |n „,..
lust regular mooting of lhe li,:::', elty
i-ounell.
After tho reading of tho minutes ac-
count*, amounting In f9.445.03 wero
passed for payment
Owing to Uie tad that human capacity for work, lliough lt can be
greatly stretched, mill liun u limit, the
rloruld hns hoen compelled this week
lo hold onl n good deal nf news matter thut would otherwise linve appeared, nud ulso soma advertising,
Pressure <»f work in other departments preventod tho enlargement ot
itrons wllli the ulll- the pgper this week in wlint the vol-
euieriiilnineni. This time ot paid advertising carried war-
Is something of mt Innovation for tlii»j ranis, but lhe situation will he fully
city, und 11 Is nu expensive one for met next week, when for lis t'hrlst-
tho theatre, but ihey are hoping that mas number, tlie paper will ho enlar-
isponil and ahow|ged i„ what the requirements call fur.
iii n
As previously annouiicod, the Stnr
Theatre Is carrying oui a hold ox-
1 porlmont litis y ■ In Hie Christmas
egulnr ineellng    of    tho City j lioltday week, III brlllglKg to Ihis elly
wun held al the olty hall on j ii,,.,.„  specially   I'Ik   ploturos.  which
nil the aldermen
Central School
November List
Tliiss Sininlii.ir*  I'nmi  Fifteen
Divisions lor Lasl
Month
Mitr
will   im
| thu   public    will
  H'>mo meusuro of appreciation ol the Generous use hns been made of a new
Tho electric light committee sub- otfort being made to provide a boll- advertising cut service provided by
mltted their proposals to reduce the day program ol real merit at u time the Herald for Its advertisers, where,
coat of lighting, heating uml power when it. should best bo appreciated,   j by they are offered the Identical ser-
to the consumers. A complete copy
of the proposed changes ure published elsewhere.
After a thorough discussion it was
decided by the council to recommend
the Insertion of a sliding scale clause
in the power rating, to induce those
who" are at present, and any who may
contemplate utilizing the city power
supply ln business or Industry, to do
so. It was also settled that the meter deposit of 15.00 should be refunded when a person ceases to use same.
Alderman Bronsdon considered the
lighting service in the city nt present
was absolutely rotton, and being in
Fernie the previous evening said that
tlie difference between the Pernie and
Cranbrook services was like tho difference between night and day. He
thought that representations should
be made to the East Kootenay Power
Company thut the city was getting a
very poor service, both for lighting
and power.
Alderman Flowers accounted for it
hy reason that the concentrator nt
Kimberley Is absorbing so much of
the power available, and felt that as
soon as the double circuit is connected at Klko this trouble would be eliminated.
O. T. Molr approached the council
for assistance to the Amateur Athletic Association, seeing that they had
rented the skuting rink from the Recreation Club, and their finances were
none too strong ut present.
Alderman Bronsdon In making :
motion to grant them light at Uie no.
initial rate of a dollar a month, con
Rtdered the city were under nr obligation to make a reasonable contribution to help those who wero promoting clean, healthy sport ln the city. Alderman Cameron seconding expressed similar sentiments, and other aldermen concurring, the motion
wns' unanimously passed.
Upon motion by Alderman bronsdon, seconded by Alderman Kllby. It
was decided to make a grant of (86
the Salvation Army Children's
Home, as this Institution wns nt nil
limes willing to receive deserving
cases for those in need from »oy por
tlon of the provlnre.
Alderman llronsdon also suggested
that tho land formerly the slto or ihe
old skating rink should be flooded, to
provide free ice for the children to
skate, on. KItc Chief Adams agreed
i do this at once.
The proposed Quangos In th? lighting, heating nnd power rates arc as
follows:
Kpsldonll.il   Kales
Lighting: Present rate rirnt 30 k.w.
It, ut 12c, all over '20 k.w.h. at 6c.
Proposed rate: First 2 ft k.w.h. at
lfJC, ull over 2& k.w.h. at t> cents. Meter rental of B6o per month as ut present,
Cmu more lui Kates
Present    rate:      10c     per   k.w.h.
straight.
Proposed rate: All over flrat 100
k.w.h. al 7c. Meter rental of 25c per
month ns ut present.
Heating 1 Present rale, lOo per k.w.
h. straight,
Proposed rate: 7c per k. w. h.
M might. Minimum charge of $3.00
per month. Meter rental of 86c per
month as formerly.
DlSGONtttl
Present rnte: 1091  discount If paid
before the 10th of the month.
Proposed rate: 107. discount on ull
rules, .Including meter rental. If paid
on or before the 16th uf the month,
Power Hates
Present     rnte:      7c per k. Vt, l\.
straight.
Proposed rate: 6c per k. w. ll.. and
an a downward sliding scale. Minimum charge of 11.00 per month per
h.p,     In no case   Is   net minimum
The llrst of the three big pictures j V|,T jU U8e uy moBt 0t the metropoll-
wlll be "Six Days," to be shown on tan dallies. As last year, the Her-
Moutlay and Tuesday, December 24tU {a1d*B Christmas Issue will be an all-
and 25th, Christmas Eve and Christ- home production, printed In colors
mas Day. If ever there was u box- from platoa cast ln tho olllce.
olllce   picture made,  this ls  it.     A] t m t
The Home Workers of Christ
Church will hold a Card Party in the
Pariah Hall on Wednesday. Decembei
19th.    Admission: 25 cents 42
The Kimberley Stage   now    leaves
the stage olllce in Cranbrook at 9 a.m.
1,30 p.m. and 5.30 p.m., and from the
Kimberley Slage Office ut 10 a.m.,
p.m. ami 6 p.m.
Elate
hillle
Leali
ml Kit
li Mil-
Jack
[RL SUFFERS IN.Jl'KY
\\ ..;,\ SLEDS COLLIDE
FROM  HOYS' PRANK
HOCKEY HOYS
ARRANGE FOR USE
OF C. R. C. RISK
wonderful title, an excellent cast, a|
famous author, a story packed with
love, adventure nnd thrills, some of
the most elaborate sets ever made for
a film play und photography of unusual beauty—these are just a few of
the Ingredients of what will undoubtedly be one of the most talked of pictures of the season.
One of the most noticeable things
about "Six Duys" is the absolute disregard for expense in production. You.
see It In almost every scene.   And it|    Wr. Johnston    of    Saskatoon  Is
literally screams out  in the repro- newcomer to Cranbrook,   and as un
ductlon of the cathedral at Rhelms, nounced elsewhere lu this Issue he is
lhe  Purls opera, the section  of the Porting a Jitney service in the city
French  battlefield nnd  trenches, the under a new plan of operation,
chalk mine, the opening scenes in the I """
Kingston home and the moments ab-     One of tlie worst leaks ever exper-
oord an ocean liner. ilenced  In the city water system, is
j thnt which lias just shown up on Van
Horne Street in front of the Western
I Cafe. The engineer and his force hod
I a b'lg job lo get it stopped, hut after
, working all night in below zero wee-
Cut it was finally conquered.
There is nothing suggestive in
part of this picture.   The screen ■
sion has been pasteurized as rei
this goes and  no one will  find u
thing objectionable.   Corinne Griffith
and Frank Mayo are the principals
most of the love scenes. j ~ ~      "    ~
On Friday end Saturday ot the same the plctuseBque figure of ihe North
week   Will   bo   shown "The Eternal weal   Mountle   gets  away  from.flrat
Struggle" a picture made In the Con- principles by having the redcoat get
adlanwesi.ai Banff and elsewhore. In his mnn in the first reel it may be
surroundings known to many, by the said to rurnish a note of novelty In a
same mnn who made such n success pattern   which   is   rapidly   losing   its
of "Hearts Aflame." In**    ThaCsubout.be    only    now
When   a   picture   revolving   around note struck off In  tills  ancient   plot
RECREATION
I     CLUB NOTES
up: n
nit,
s to b<
lie
Skating mid Hockey
Arrangements have been mnde with
the Amateur Athletic Association to
inke over the rink for Hockey and
Skating, Ml Benson tickets will ba
sold by the Association, lhe members
of the Club lo have reduced rates.
The Ice is nearly ready and with favorable weather we Bhould hav,' *-.u;11 -
ing this week.
Dance Bnlurdaj Mghl
iDoh'l  forgei the Dante at lhe Club
on Saturday night, 9.30 to 18.   a nom-      n
hml   fee   Will   be   .barged,   excellent j W(. see Red'Cup being'put on the
lhe ingredients otherwise containing
all iho fierce conflict df. soul as the
officer i* torn between love nud duty.
Yi u think the story over with the
the lawbreakers? But
os on with further actl-
icountered by ihe Mount*
needs get the girl, too
who lias flown north—to the white
Opou   spaces   wliere  she  takes   refuge
aboerd a whaler.
Km- New Years Kvo and New Years
Da) the feature picture will be "Itug-
glea ot Hed Gap." The incident here
is guaranteed tn amuse even a dls-
peptlc what with such capital players as Krnesta Torrence, Edward
Horton, Frank Elliott. Frlttl nidge-
way. Louise Dresser, Charles Ogle and
Lois Wilson sketching lhe characters
Following their antics, one quite tor-
gels   thai    ii    is   all   preposterous.
DIVISION  I.
lir-l (bio- ">-< nud (he
ion Miles 86;  Aubrey Mi
82.61  Cetherlno Hantaan W.3
Brlckson 7B.B, Bert Laurie 7<;
Second Chios fl<> 111 75V.
.Eraser McKay 74. ii; Joseph ii
cuzzo 74.::; Man Drake 71.1.
.McDonald 73.6; Ernest Lam;
Phyllis Thompson 73,3; Marloi
mcr   71.;    Dorothy   Shaw   71.0;
Salnsbury 71.8; Lillian Lewis n
Brown (equal) "l.ii; Jink Barb
Pearl Gooderham 71.4; Qlisabi
ier 70.:t; Milliard Simpson UU.'
Henderson 68.4; Hairy Helse 67.8;
Edgar Sunder* on 67.8; Mock Horie
66.9; Melville Reads 64.0; Nancy Nlsbet 64.7; Ellie Cliarboneuu and Donald Burton (equal) 64.5; Jessie Brown
63.5; Dill Wolfe 60.9,
Absent from examinations through
sickness, James Dalzlel, on those taken 62,
A. WOODLAND.
DIVISION II.
Number Enrolled 30; Perfect Attendance SI,
Florence Finley 71.5; Pearl Saunders 72.6; Edith Carlyle 73.6; Margaret Eye 08.76; Margaret Mclnne's 67.2;
Allan Gill 66.3; James MacFarlane
65.8; William Dargle 65.2; John Met-
culf 64.6: Margaret Willis, 64.8; Netty
Johnson 64.2; Solvelg Ljuudqulst 6..1;
Sellna Dixon 83.2; Jeun Home 63;
Hazel Campbell 01.7; Joe Dlebolt 61.5;
Gladys Stone 60,6; Harriet Home 60.4;
Etta McGill and Cyril Harrison
(equal) 5!i.S; Billy Taylor 68.8; Doris
Mnckenrod 58.2; Marion Williams 07.K;
Colviu McBurney 57.5; Marion Carr
56.2; Madeline Woodman 66.1; Gwen
Slye 55.8; Blrthel Benson und Reg.
Lippeti (equal) 65; Willie* Spence
54.9; Fred Stojack 52.8; Graham Travis 51.6; Robert Taylor 40; Helen
i BrtggS 46.4; Jack Atchison 45.4; Alex
Gough 40; Blrnte Strachan 4-j.
I F, E. MAGEE, Teacher
DIVISION HI, Crude VII.
Nora Miles 31.7J Ernest Worden
'8.9; Helen Helse 76.S; Denis Turner
[6.2; Mildred Bridges 75.1; Leltch
Paterson 74.:;; Gordon Freeman 69.5;
Mabel Clark 603; Elsie Willis 67.2;
Billy Flett 65.2; Kathleen Henderson
and Ronald Moffatt (equal) 66.1; Gordon Uunkins 64.3; Laura Hull 64"-
Itohert Willis
quail   88.4;
ei i ning while coasting
i     ■   hill on Edwards Street east of.
:;   Gwen siyc wiis the unfurl-j
li ial    \ Ictlm ni a serious accident. It .
thai  when the hob sled she1
: .ii about reached   thej
■   i  :.   if the hill, two buys held uno-
.. bob   ai roas ber path, she!
La the i hi trui tlon, and was:
1   nr orsi lous  by lie impact
... MacKinnon was culled, and found j
i    sivcd.u bad bruise on the
ii'   her m '-ii had beon spratn-
!(1,     She is now getting along as well
is "-in  ho expected, lu
wollon,      li Is u
lie  resull   of ih- nccli
In
i-dei
unle
glil  in
being
miracle thnt
ni wus nol
thai un exilic hoys, it
Will be Uk-
h the court.
ho  taken   to
sleighing on
in the risk
i,l;; vi
oltBh pranks.
Mr.  and   Mrs.
ek-ond for Wat
with  relatives
Walkei
:i, ,1'or a
lefl   last
shori vis-
: pi
of foxes at
a further shipment
lis being reeclv-
.1' the valuable anln
■il  this  week.
F. M MacPherson returned the end
if last wetlv from Manitoba points,
'eaching hla old homo lust week in
line io attend ibe funeral of his fa-
Mr. MacPhersdn also visited
a short time.
ther.
at W
uipi
lhe hi
lilv
ton  engineer recently  had
>!' pulling the members of
■ commission over some of
Kettle Valley grades.     Im a letter written   lo   a friend there Hon.
Frank Carvell expressed appreciation
manner in which tbe train was
handled, but  stated that he wns of
th;
io  lb
made
i  If mora Bteam hud
tho cylinders nnd less
■ whistle,    they    would     have
batter time over the hills.
applii
The
with
lire department in co-operation
tbo public works department
of the city ure Hooding the rink in
iho new park site opposite tlie Hanson Garage, which will gladden the
hearts of the kiddies by providing n
rink for tree skating for their use.
Conduct oi' Same Will He I mlir
Control oi A m n ic ur Athletic Association
The Cranbrook   Amateur   Athletic
Association have been successful in
making arrangements with the directors ol the Recreation flub for tlie
entire use und control of their skating rink lor tbe season. As thL A-i-
soiiation   will  direct and  control  .,11
amateur sport in the olty for the culture, thai Is, with all a mi lat ed clubs,
this Association should have the endorsement Of all the citizens.
Amateur Baseball and Hockey Clubs
have already lined up with this association, who take charge of all monies
which will be audited ami accounted
for each year, elsewhere appears a
statement fu rlfl2S, covering amateur
baseball.
Membership for seniors will be two
dollars, for Intermediate between 111
mil 20, one dollar, und for those under
16 years the annual fee will be 25c |
for admission us associate members
Without   VOthlg   powers.     In   addition   .
to the above any person participating
iu active sport or games under tbe
direction of this association, it will
bo necessary for them to register and
secure a card al u cost of 50c.. which
will entitle them to umntenr standing,
these curds can be secured from registration secretary with approval from!
Vancouver, Application should be j
matle at once to W\ M. Harris, otherwise players cannot lake pari In games either senior or intermediate, in
Dither of the above mentioned clubs
or sanies.
Schedule of fees aud dates allotted
for the various Senior. Intermediate.
Junior and Ladies' Hockey flubs will
be drawn out. also for skating, this
schedule will be adhered to i weather
[peomlttlng) strictly for the season. It
Is fully expected that Ice will be
available by the 17th, Monday next.
Notice will be placed on Bill board at
tbe post office.
An appeal    Is   hereby made to the
people of  franbrook  for their  loyal
The association    feel    that
Al  tin
Herald
the
. iin,e of going to press, the
a informed that there will he
,1 of ice available for curling
 Arena  rink  on   Friday,  and.
a„d Madeline Demlchel'. further lhat an additional sheet will
Bert  MacDonald 62.7; | be ready by Saturday.
Ruth Challendar 62.6; Frank Martin
61.4;    Jeun   McPhee   58.0;    Cordon
Brumby 58.6;  Jack Horie 58.4:   Wol-
,-d   and
upper     ^^^^^^
Hired.
Iludmlnloii Hns Started
Badminton  started
greal ahape, everyone i
Ih  enthusiastic    and
going to be a greal dn
season.    Try  It-
good   lim
Bad)
wing
Friday In
ms played
itnton  is
i anl this
Member"* Net
We need i
more Thos
please come
"mon."
Watch oui
ll.'ll
uml Dnen
members
nd  then
member
through.
uotea next w
ck.
slum Nigh!
Next Wednesday will be Slunl
Night Don't you know what Hint is?
Well cotne and see nnd you will enjoy
it nud laugh more than yon did at lhe
Minstrel Show.
KOOTI.NAY mUMMl l O.
map; we seo Egbert's wife determined in make him over tnio n gentlcmun
and taking him to Paris to teach him
manners; we see bis delight in em-
barrasslng hor by hobnobbing with
lowly servants; we see him Hike nn
impoverished Englishman's valet away
from him in a game of draw poker;
WO see lliese inade-oVcr much folks
lake Ituggles buck to Red Gap and
Egbert passing him off ns n retired
i-*«..-* j Briiish Army officer,
il the! We see nud follow all of this bright
I incident -all ibis admirable sketch-1
j log and declare it good—exceptlon-
I ally good. I
Pictures of Ihis calibre nre not seen
iu many places three times In eight
duys. and whether the Slnr management will continue to provide entertainment of tills high degree, depends
entirely on lhe support giveu them
when Ibe big ones nre shown.
By request of n number of our
Customers we aro extending liio thu
of our Sulo till Christmas, to give
an opportunity to others In and out
of town to effect a saving by malting
their purchases here.
We would suggest thnt. you call and
see for yourself.
Many nice Christmas Gifts, such
ias Hundkerchlefs In Boxes. Suspenders of all kinds, Indies' lent her
purBcs, silk Neotlos In boxes. Dress
hundred different sUit-
hn      In no case    is   nei i.nu,<■.«■» Gloves and 	
service.     Meter rental   of   60c per no your -hopping   at   your Home
month a« formerly. "torn              	
The recommendation of tho council -■         "
I, that theee rate, go Into effect on KOOTENAY TRADING  CO
the flrat of January next. ■'™"M
Tlio city Hloi-ea have all taken on an
air of OhrlBtinas. and many of the
morohants have put ln attractive
windows. On Armatrong: Avenue, the
window of \V. n. Iilll la always much
talked aunut. Mr. Hill has excelled
himself Ihis year In this direction
and the showings
well worth more ^^^^^^^^
glance. They must he seen to he appreciated. On Raker Street the windows of the Fink Mercantile Co. are
altratchig a lot of atatentlon, with
the cver-pleaslng Christmas tree and
the fire place, the scene which is the
Idol of every hoy and girl, especially
at this time of year.       The   back-
Fanning BS.2; laobel Frame 67.8;
Uny Ban Quan 66.6; EvaSionder 68.8;
Pat MacDonald 52.T; George Fanning
.-.2.1; Oeorge Kemball 52; Jessie Cas-
sels 61.2.
A. H. WESLEY.
DIVISION IV. Grade VII.
Enrollment 20;  Perrect Attendance
22»avld Weslon 74; Nellie Miller 71;
Paul Harrison 70.6; Audrey Collier
and David Bvana 70,2; Norma Surtee.
70- Arthur Sakagulchi OS; Eva Brain
and Hazel Williams 07; Molanie U-
„M„ 66; Winnie Hayman 64; Sophie
McGregor 63.7; Rita Strachan •«.«.
darnel Patmore 03.3; Helen Colling*
68,2; Mary Ranklna 63; Harry Roy
60; Elale Woods 66.6; Jesalo Brain 68,
Kathleen Haley 67; May Cox 66,i,
Mary HuchcrolT 66; Nellie Sakagulchi
S4.3; Hazel SlmpBOn 64; Simon Frost
53 6; Rose Burton 63; Joe Little 49;
Fred Coffey 47; James Drew 43.
B, r>. WHITE.
DIVISION V., Groan VI.
Mae Gooderham SO; George Fain.,,.
Harp,,, Holdener 75; .rem■ o nn s
78) Elmer Holm 66: Lowell McCoy 00,
Harrv Fanning 66; Bllle Parker 06,
Sr "ridges 05; Mary RobertBO-
«S' Enid Shankland 06; George Hayman 65; Eileen Gray 06i Sheila Pator.
Z 04; l.on„l,l McDonald 04; Susan
Randall 041 t^rnn Barbae 881 Joaal
Musser 681 Kathleen McFarlane 88,
Doblc MaoDonald 68; George George
I; Katharine Martin 62; Betty Lunn
m' Ida Lancaster 61; Douglas Pat-
ton 01; Helen McGill 611 Molly Johnson 61 Helen Campbell 00; Chrissie
,Charboneau 00; Clifford Haynes 00
Kathleen Dezall 0(1
Asks Recognition
of Work Done
Delegation    From    Recreation
riuli Api'iills For Support
From The City
At thi   ::.■ etlnj 11 Lbe 11ty council
on   ft edw en ing n  deputation
;i 'tn ' •■•■ ! . ib attended to
■ the situation
,-.\ attain at
Hicka iii presenting Uta ial  tbe council
lhal  would ensure
I ■■                            luuanca  of  the
■ lub   -'..*                     li i!,«  club was
perfoi m    a service   in  the
t ommunlt). that I     a ork  might  lw
oi aid .' . atfonal  nature
nnd as such, worthy and entitled to
support by tbe city hu .i whole.    The
cliurge thai quite correctly was formerly hurle ' b   that  It  waa
oxclu          ti.-.-  ni n   i ul  of nliu-Q as
the  ''i-1 nl   pn ■• :     i barged  made it
within tiit- reach of all.      The value
[tbe club had shown last yoar in teach-
,.               illdren to swim,
through tip free tuition given by Mr.
Baiter v. -i au Indication of its possibilities.    M   A .  Beale, dealing with
lbe  Anais                   limed  tbat the
revenue was M.0O0 a year, wherias
tbe  expenses   were  W-Wt),    Ho np-
pealed for Ibe support of the council.
Mr, a   Raworth further emphasited
tbe goo ; ' :■■ tt ■ reatlon was doing and
held that it would be fitting for the
un    their request.
His  worship,  'in- mayor  Intimated
i*> the delegation thai all they could
do at the present time wu to recommend lo the coming council that their
request  n              roral le consideration En res] set to a gi    it      A motion
by   Uden        Flowen    teconded  by
Alderman         - passed convey-
Utg to the       >ratng council such re-
commendai              lermen   itronsdon
snd  Bain  nl  while heartily favoring
i the  endor>aiion of  th**  work  of the
club felt lhat to make It entitled to
support, the club would have to des-
tgnate some '■■  It  would be
>on free to the public, particularly
Information regarding the construction of tlio new bridge over tbe Kootenay River at Waldo wns Bought In
Uie legislature a rew days ago by N.
A. Walllnger, the local member. Residents in that district have not been
verso in admitting that they did not
consider   the   new bridge necessary,
and Uie delegate to the recent Provincial Tarty Convention at the Coast
from that district was Instructed to
cite this expenditure as one evidence
of extravagance on the part  of the
government.      In reply to Mr. Wnl-
llnker'a queries, tlie minister of public works stated that thorn had been
iwo lenders received, one for $39,392
nnd iho other for $39,741.    The contract, was awarded to the former, and
the cost to date had been $49.18fi. An
estimate hy the department had been
made al  $40,000. with pier work as
originally laid out. hut since then it
had been considered wise    to   carry
them to a greater depth.    The former- bi iiige it was considered had not
heen adequate for tha needs
district.
support.    .....   ...,„  _   ,      ^^^^
(|i.-..   etmiWt   puT>-.th.«  a-TO-w  •*»J«*Vjn!e  .   . ..      . tiME feeling
they  have   the   financial   support   o£ Thl.,',A, ri : ; v.-iih the motion.
..very family in Cranbrook.   Pee to it   ^; ^   ffl ^   |nUmatad   tha,   sucn  a
then, make your contribution to the      ... ...  consideration.
welfare  of  the  community  by  dofne  ^ Q ^ ,   „ for i;.eir kjnd.
vour part. !;■.  consideration of their request.
Schedule of dates and fees will be   - _.
announced   next   week;  member?   of Kootenay
the Recreation Club will have reduced     The sign oc
rate  as  per  agreement  and   promise 	
made by the B.C. to ^rmembew, — - - ^ in ^ cniId Ijfe of
who will secure their tickets througu ^^ ^^ birthday civilization is ce-
Qeorge Sailer.
Season tickets will be on sale at the
following places:
Beattle-Koble Drug Store,
Cranbrook Drug & Boolt Co.
Secretary. G. T. Molr.
Poster Service on Hanson Avenue Li
•howint' a beautiful picture In col-
.he child life of
Him whose birthday civilization is celebrating this month, The poster is
supplied by the national association
to the Post      :••■■: who give the
time and  space  in  putting them  up.
Ii-:.'.   fi |1  ■•■  -■ ■
of the
THK   WEATHER
IiETW
Official Thermometer ftwullngfl
nt Crnubroolt
December 0
December "
December s
Deopmber B
pscembor l(|
December U
December 12
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Succes for the British Navy
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Plovonco Pattln-
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P,' sr,- Viator OolbraltH 64l GeorKc
Patton 681 Stephen Macro 68; IaclelH
Cm H! Bealan Hill 60: Walter
Helmeiag 60.     ^ ^^ ^^
fllVISlON \U limde TI.
Charlie Rohertaon sn.2;  Margaret
Dolls
linve   been   selling
^^^^^^^^^^ Of course the prl
.eats an eastern coun-1 Henilorson  B4.4I   wln"''"" ,"'n"J"aiflli ImOT rieht.
try, nd wa» palnUeil hy Mr. Rob.on.-0.lll MarBarot UwM • '""""j* V*'"»* **********
W n. Haynea ll.il! In these wlnnowa.1 (Contlnned on pag. rt*) <.*t.*^*.H-*****:-**********^
at thla time or year.         rne    urn,.-      ,,„»...-   ■■---■                      MeQlinldl*  lately
ground  represents an eastern, «*. ^Zll^tlJ^'^ ol *
Hon A llci.iil Au'iiln^l llilils \V a*   l.nlir   I iirncil t
t lory ut Die Falkland Islands
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^  Naval men reoalled   on   Saturday coming  bach  for more was fiemon*
ji************************* lus' """ 'he'lav marked an ausplcl- s,,.rii,.,i  ag0|n,     A iqnadron    under
""" * """ ^"'""l   '» n»ral annals m v,,.o Mm)w. st„r„(.(. raTOl (llr0iwh
connection wllli ihe lute war. even if
a forgetful public did not. It was onj11"' nortn an'1 «outh Atlantic and lay
the Slh of December, 1914, that ihe]at Falkland Islands In readiness for
Battle of ihe Falkland Islands took the expected appearance of the vic-
j pluce, which brought the Ural big lorinus Germans. What happened Is
! wm cess io the Hritinli navy in the J a matter of history, British arms lost
| wiir. A month earlier In the South- no lustri? from the loss of ('ruddock's
jerti Pacific* Admiral Craddock's infe- squadron, bul gained new fume from
rlor squadron had encountered a much (ho well planned and well executed
superior German   naval  force under running engagement off the Falkland
!|Van Spec, and had gone down in the Islands, and Incidentally gave to that
j face of superior odds.    But the ene-u-oniparatively obscure outpost of the
■ I my success was shorl lived, nnd the empire ft name tbat will endure wher-
Hritifih  faculty    for    neitiiiM  up and'over the history of lhe empire is read.
Hot Dogs
Massacred at a
Street Carnival {
Have   nothing   on   the
way llaslain's Wax Beauty
e flrat of January next. ' Minltra | w. O. Haynes |pul In niow i in. „	
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Remember! Dance, Auditorium, Christmas Night. 10 to 2 PAGE  TWO
THE  CRANBROOK  HERALD
Friday, Keieiiilicr 14, IH2S
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LAST VEAR'S PR1CB
SMASHED TO PIECES - QUALITY THE VERY BEST -   COME l.\ AND LET US PROVE
TO Vol' THAT WE HA
VE THE FINEST VARIETY OP CHRISTMAS GIFTS   IX THE KOOTENAYS.
Toys, Games,
Dolls
3? Ami Numerous Useful Gifts
R      For the Children
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FANCY HON STATIONERY
GENUINE FRENCH IVORY
AYNSLEY CHINA    -    CUT GLASS
TORTOISE  SHELL   PYRALIN
FOUNTAIN PENS
ELECTRIC  READING   LAMPS
LEATHER HAND BAGS
FANCY  BOX CHOCOLATES
Ami Oilier Gifts loo Numerous
Mention
For the Best Girl,
Sister,  Daughter &'
Your Mother
LAST BUT NOT LEAST —
Don't Forget Dad
and the Boys
EVERYTHING FROM   AN   EVER-
SHAM' PENCIL TO A
SMOKING SET
COME IN ANDSEE OUR DISPLAY
of
Hand Embroidered
Fancy Work
All Made Locally.
Any One Piece Will Make u Useful
Gift.
Christmas Tree
Decorations
CHRISTMAS  CARDS
SEALS     -      CORDS      -     TINSEL
EXTRA   SPECIAL   DISPLAY
of
Fancy Linen
Handkerchiefs
From 15*: up lo $1.75 a box.
—The Hest Value in Town
Now for the FAMILY PRESENT—
A Nice
Talking
Machine
Any Style, Any Make
At your own terms
A few dollars down — a few dollars
a month.     Ses ns first and be convinced that our terms are the moBt
reasonable.
DOLLS
Tlm kind with the curly locks and big brown eyes.     Please that Little
Girl on Christmas morning with one   of HASLAM'S WAX BEAUTIES.
PRICES RIGHT
DOLLS
Every 25c Purchase
you make at our Store
entitles you to a coupon
on the BEAUTIFUL
DRESSED DOLL
Haslam,
I'll ONE  |6       "*• ••"' l'r""1l"
MAIL ORDERS RECEIVE   PROMPT ATTENTION
He Aro Careful    P. 0. llox F40
A SMALL. DEPOSIT
Every 50<S Purchase
entitles you to a coupon
on Ihe HAND EMBROIDERED TEA CLOTH
AND SERVIETTES.
RESERVES ANY  GIFT
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The extra gang employed on finish-1 who hns been warmly compiling' up Mil- work of putting in lhe mentot] by Mr. Murphy, manner or
apron at Kootenay Landing lias gone western lines; ('. Cotterlll, goneral
back t„ Cranbrook. The apron, auperlntenent, as well ns divisional
which hns a spread of 4L' feet, is work- superintendent Flett. So well was
in« line and the company is excep-|'ue worK planned that Instead ot tour
tlonally well pleased wllli the whole days but a little over two days were
Job. which was done under the dlrec- required lor installation— Creston Roll,,!, nf I). ti. li.   foreman Sltl MeCabe view.
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WILL HE MERRIER II  YOU
Get Your Shopping
Done Early
GIFTS THAT PLEASE
MEN'S 3USPENDER8  in
Chrlstmaii boxes
.SO .75 si
STJSPENDBH and
Sets
AIIIT.H
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BANDS
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*j»    ARMSTRONG    AVENUE] CRANBROOK, B,C
POPULAR NOVEL
IS  FILM Kit   FOIt  THK
SILVER SCHEKX
a recruit from Uie country, is fighting tooth anil nail Tor success ami caring for liitle else; while Marjorle is
the opposite, u pieplant slip of a girl
' who wants cabarets and shows and
Tu the movie patrons of this city gsyety, and who frets at neglect,
comes the announcement tbat "Brass" I Their child makes no difference iu
a screen adaptation of the powerful! tbelr lives, and nfter the divorce they
novel of tlio name name by Charles go tbelr respective ways, meeting with
O. Morris, will be shown here for two a multitude of fascinating adventures,
days beginning Friday, December 21.! Alletl with clashing climaxes and alt-
at the Star Theatre.    Tho novel dis-' nations.
cusses marriage ami divorce from all  *-*-»	
angles and in relation to a group ot
fascinating characters. An added factor In the appreciation of this picture is tbo fact that Monte Dlue, the
popular leading man. has the feature
role, with Marie Prevost   pl.1yi.1g Op-
KOSEY    KORNER    SUPPERS
for Men.
$1.75
MEN'S  TIES,  ,t  splendid seloc
lion In Swiss Silk nml Knitted
75c, 1.00. 1.25 <"'
LADIES  HANDKERCHIEFS
:< In box. slilendld value
35c 50c •'"'" 75e
,■Hll.liHKN'S HANDKER-      •
CHIEFS, Ihree In box.
35c '
Messrs, It. B. nnd Frank Staples,
Frank Palmer and Frank Putnam
have Jusi closed a deal for the purchase nf about ten million feet of
stundlug timber near (lont River
.Crossing and are bringing In n port-
posite him. These aetors are high able 81lwmm .,*..„, from north of
lights In lilmdom. Cranbrook which will be running be-
"Brass," a Warner Bros, classic of [for the end of the month.   They hove
the screen, is the
Marjorle Baldwin, a young married
couple who soon find thnt their ways
li ad In different directions. Philip is
just Btarting in business, ami lieing
lory of Philip and |a large tie contract with the C.P.R..
nml will load their output at tbe old
Paulson mill siding ou the Kitchener
side of the river.™Creston Review.
Visitors' day , at the South Ward
school will be held on Thursduy, December 20th. from 2 to 3.30.
Ths Old Maids' Convention has been
postponed till January 15th. Bachelors please take note. 38tf
Curling first bt.ct.me known as un
infectious disease in Nova Scotia in
1864, when the Pictou Club, known
now as tbe New Caledonian Curling
Club, was formed, A similar club was
formed iu New Glasgow in tlie same
year.—Fernie Free Press.
Order   your   Personal   Christmas
Greeting Curds now for mailing to
distant points before the linos get low.
Exclusive, designs and priced moderately at the Herald Ofllco. tf
Seven prospective candiilutos for
the post ot customs officer al Rylterts
(Porthlll) turned up at Nelson last
week to write on the customary examination -to demonstrate their fitness. Four of these were from the
Creston Valley. Marly last spring
when a previous examination was
held there wero only two candidates,
Mr. Rykert resigned almost a year
1 ago and it is expected appointment
1 to tbe vacancy will be made by the
jend of the month. —Creston Review.
During a recent visit to Calgary. J,
B. Haslam, the druggist was able to
make a personal selection of a large
quantity of Christmas goods, especially suitable ror seasonable nifts.
These goods include Fancy China,
Christmas Confectionery. Fancy Boxed
Stationery, Cut Glass. Dolls and Toys.
Etc., and bought ns they were, personally, and at. right prices, the savings will he passed ou lo the Christmas purchasers. Buy your gifts early
—nnd buy them at Haslam's—and
you will be satisfied. ****
Special! Special! Tungsten Lumps
at bargain prices. 25, 40, and 50 watt
for 35c.
Our low prlceB win every time.
W. F. DORAN.
The Knights of Pythias Hall was
the scene of unusual activity last Saturday afternoon, when another of the
annual Christmas bazaars took place.
This was the sale by tlie Ladies' Aid
of Knox church, and such a thorough
success was tbe event that the proceeds nre slated to he In the neighborhood or $650. There were all the
customary fentures of such events,
with a wealth of articles suitable for
Christmas giving, and from the appearance of things there was no lack
ot buyers. Refreshments of the customary occasional nature were served,
as well ns something more substantial If required, and added a good deal
to tho success of the function.
Full rehearsals have been going on
this week for the concert to be presented on Friday evening of this week
by the Cranbrook Musical Society, under the leadership of Mr. Geo. Bower. This is their first appearance of
tbe season in u complete program,
und a diversified program is to be
presented. Choral numbers, orchestral selections and solo numbers will
be given, ns well as some miscellaneous numbers, wliich all promise to
be of a high order. A humorous piny,
"The Bathroom Door." will occupy
tbe second part of the program, and
promises many a laugh in the situations which develop. li ls hoped
tliat generous support will be accorded
to the Society at this time. A short
time ago crowded houses greeted the
minstrel show put on for three days,
when members of the musical society
turned out in force to support the
effort. Now It is suggested there Is
a good opportunity for reciprocity,
when support might well be giveu to
tbe musical society, whose work in a
local sphere Is no less well defined
and worthy of support.
Mrs. Thomas E. Johnson, of Duluth,
Minnesota, sister of Mrs. W. E. Has-
laai of this city, returned to her home
last Thursday afternoon after being
In Cranbrook for the past month.
Tinted views and oil paintings of the
district    make    excellent  Christmas
gifts,
tf C. VanBltAAM.
At the convention or the Provincial
Party held at llio coast lust, week,
alderman .1. ll. Cameron of this city
was elected one of the vice-presidents,
and Frank Bond Die representative
from this district ou the executive.
We carry a lull lino of Men's Women's and Childrcu'ri Rubbers,
W. F. DORAN.
Our low prices win every lime.
Alex. Derby, well known In this
city aud district, and recently iu
charge of tbe company store al Baylies Lake, lias taken the position of
travelling salesman for the Western
Qrocers, with his headquarters in this
city. This is the position which Mr.
Bert Sang has occupied for the lasl
six years, and which lio lias Just relinquished to lake up business In his
own interests. Before retiring from
tho Western Grocers, Mr. Sang wns
made the recipient of a presentation
from the staff, which took tlie form of
handsome mahogany smoker's set.
Everybody's^^
Medicine     ff&ss
with perfect safety hy young and
old. Everybody needs something
at times to help the rfiircstive
organs. Everybody will find benefit
in Beecham's Pills. They aid the
digestive organs.
BEECHAM'S
PILLS s"':'"':"s"°
Lveut Sals cf Any Mvdlclne in the World
MOIR!
Clean Child's Bowels witli
"California Fig Syrup"
SNUGS,   luillier     slippers
men,    warm  lined,
2.75 "nd 3.6S
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IAMBS' KOSEY KORNER
SLIPPERS, J
$1.50 "ll ',]
CHILD'S KOSEY KORNER
SUPPERS.
$1.10 »"
DENT'S WOOL LINED GLOVES, lor Men, In Mochn and
Kill,
$2.25   l>",r
hoys' and misses' kosey
KORNER SLIPPERS.
$1.30 <>"
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bilious, feverish, or sick, colic Bnblea
uml Children love to tako genuine
"California |Plg Syrun." No othor
I xnllvo rcKiilntes the lender little
bowels so nicely. It sweetens tho
stomach and starts the liver and bow-
ela Without griping. Contains no narcotics or soothing drugs. Say "California" to your druggist and avoid
oounlerfelts. Insist upon genuine
'California Pig Syrup" which con-
I: Ins directions.
AUDITORIUM, CRANBROOK
Five Nights, Commencing Monday Dec. 24
l am CO. in FI CUT puis
sra'IAI, SCENERY AMI  MUSIC
THEIR  0WH   KOBR-PIECE ORCHESTRA
Monilttj MkIiI, Funniest of ('iiiii cdlrs, "1'utllnit 11 (her.'*
1'itins:$1.00*.75£'niai'MiEN .35,*.i»i,rstax
11. E. BEATTIE VISITS
PRAIRIES TO HELP
WESTERN WHEAT FLOW
R. E. Bcattle. of the Vancouver
harbor board, who has.been explnin
Ing to prairie shippers anil business
Interests generally the reason for an
Increase In cargo rates was In Cal.
nary Inst week-end.
Discussing his visit to Edmonton
the previous day. Mr. Beattle said:
"I met a committee of the Edmonton Hoard of Trade convention, Inclu
ding J. M. Iiurle. managing editor of
the Edmonton Journal nud others in
Imrle's private offlce. The conference
developed Into a third degree session
for me. they being prosecutor, judge
and jury. I have invited the Alberta
government and various hoards of
trade to send a representative to Van
cimver at our expense to go into the
matter fully."
Continuing, Mr. Henttie said he had
offered to recommend a reduction to
six cents, nnd all agreed lhat that
was fair. "I got wonderful support
(rom the whole gathering ." milled the
Vancouver harbor commissioner.
"The Vancouver harbor board must
be self-supporting. We don't want to
make any money, but we want lo be
able to meet our obligations. That
ls only good business. At least wc
believe so."
SWEDISH
RESTAURANT
Now Open
THE BON-TON opposite P.
Bums & Co., Baker street is
now open as a Swedluli Restaurant anil Supply Store. Under
Swedish management,
Tlio restaurant will be run oa
tho Short Order plan.   Drop In
any time and enjoy a diah of
Swedish  Soup,  Sandwiches
Herrings, or a cup ot Al.
C'nffee    with    Fresh    Made
Waffles
LOOK
We have newly imported a
larne supply ot Swedish Foods,
such ns Choose, Fish, etc. Get
your supply soon, as they are
going fast.
Swedish Bakery
& Home Cooking
BREAD, SNAVS, CAKES, Etc.
Everything   is   cooked   with
Playle'a Fresh Cream and Milk
— GIVE  IS A  TIMAIj —
Sid Carlson
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1NaU      Frank KttNAN
TO IIB SHOWN AT STAR THKATRE FRIDAY * SATURDAY, OBC. 21-22
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The Gift "For Him"
You couldn't possibly think of anything
that will give "him" more pleasure than u
box of his favorite cigars, or. better yet, u
brand new pipe to celebrate Chrislniiis.
We earry an up-to-date and complete Hue
of smokers' sundries.
llenulne llrlnr line.    Iliiulliliir-,  All Slw-
Uidles Invited to visit our store at nil times
Dan's Place
I'linne .VI
WHOI.ESAI.K. & RETAIL TOBACCONIST
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Towrlaa & Adams
Agents for Hard and Soft Coal.    Distribution Cars a
Specialty.   Excellent Warehousing.
SAND and GRAVEL
OPPOSITE C.P.R. DEPOT
Telephone tt
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CRANBROOK, B.C.
P.O. Bei tU Friday, December 14, 1023
THE  CRANBROOK   II KHALI!
PAGE THREE
Say "Bayer" and Insist!
Unless you BOO the name "llayer" .;ri
pAOkdgo oi* ou tulili'hi ynu aro not
getting tin- genuine Unyor product
salo by uiillloiiH ami proacrlboil by
piiysiciiins ovor Iwonly three yours tor
Coltln lieatlnoho
Toothaabo LunVbago
ISnraobo RhoiitDiUlsin
NmiriilKia PlUtl, Potll
Aooopt "Bayer TnblQlR <>r Anplrln"
only. lOiu-ii unbroken puokago oon
trios proper directions. l-Inndy, boxes
nf   tWOlVO   Inhlcts   COUt  ft   fOW   irrtt*.
Druggists also Hell bottles of 2. imi
100. Aspirin Is thu Inulc 111 aiIt (re
glsteroil in 'anuila) of Bnyor Mami-
ft»cturo of Monoftcotlcaoldoster of
Salloyllcacld. While it in well known
that Aspirin nu-ans Bnyor mnnufno
ture, to assist thu public aKulimt imi
tatinns, tlm Tablets of Dayer Company
vlll be stamped with their general
trade uwrk, the "Bayer Crnsa."
. oYnop¥of~"
iandactmndints
PRE-EMPTIONS
Vacant, unreserved, surveyei
Crown luinis may bu pre-empted bi
British subjects over is years of age
and by all-ms on declaring Intentloi
to become British subjects, condl
tional upon residence, oooupatlnti
nnd improvement for agriculture
purposes.
Full information concerning regu
lations regarding pre-emptions i
given in Bulletin No. l. Land Sei-lct
"How to Pre-empt Land," copies o
which can be obtained free of churg
by addressing tlie [Department oi
Lands, Victoria, B.C., or to any CJov
eminent Agent.
Records will bo grunted covorln;
only laud suitable lor agrUulturu
purposes, und which is not timber
land, I.e., carry Ins over 5,000 boai
feet per acre west of tlu-Const Rtmgi
uml s.ooo feet per acre east of thai
Range.
Applications for pre-emptions nn
to be addressed to the I .and Com
mlssloner of the tend Recording Dl
vision, in which the land applied foi
Is situated, and are made on printei
forniB. copies of wliich can lie ol)
tulned from the Land Commlssiun'ei
Pre-emptions must be occupied I
five years and Improvements niadi
to value of Jin per acre, Includln.
clearing and cultivating ;ti leust ti\
acres, before a Crown Grant can i>
received.
For more detailed Information set
tlie Bulletin "How lo Prc-emp
Land."
PURCHASE
Applications are received for pui
chase of vacant and UnreFcrvci
Crown lands, not being tlrabc*.',and
for agricultural purposes; mlnlmun
price of first-class (arable) laud ia J;
per acre, and second-class (giaslns
land $2.50 pet acre. Further infoi
tnation regarding purchase or lcas<
of Crown lands is given
No. 10. Land Series. "P
Lease or Crown Lands"
Mill, factory, or Industrl
timber hind, not SXco
may be purchased or
ditlons      IncludloK
stumpage.
HOMESITE LEASES
Unpurveyed areas, not exceeding It
acres, may be leaked »s homes)tei
conditional upon tt dwelling i■• In
erected In tlie Bret year, title belns
obtainable after reatdoncn and im
provemenl   conditions   art'    fulfilled
and laud iiatt been surveyed,
LEASES
For graziiiK and   Industrial    pur
poses anas nol exceeding 640 aer
tuny be leased by one person oi
company.
GRAZING
Under the Qraslni Act Ibe Proi
loco Ih divided into grfulng district
und the ranue mliiiiiiistei.-11 mul-i
Orating       Commissioner       (nnu
graatni pawnlls arc Issued based oi
numbers ranged, prlorit) being glvi
io established owners, Slock owusi
may  form   associations    foi     rang >
management   Pre*, ot partial!) fret)
permits are available   for    set) i  tj
eampera and travellers, up ta  i s
head.
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COMMUN1CA f
This Christmas Give a efirmtumck
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WHY >0 MOKE INTEREST 1>
FALL FAlttt
Cranbrook, B.C.,
December S, 1038 !
It would appear from tho attitude
displayed   by   the  business   men   and :
(in; public in general in this district, i
Unit they evidently do not have any '
interest other tluin Iheir own in Cranbrook ami the districts surrounding
it.    I  um  specially  ullitdlng  to  the
letting drop of our Agricultural Fair.
We have called meetings to discuss
tills   mallei'  several   times,   but   I   am
sorry to say thai tho Interest shown
has been anything hut encouraging,
Tlm provincial government each
yeur Iii.vh aside n sum oi money as
"Grants" to all recognized,Agricultural Societies, and ynu mny be surprised io learn lhal the grant lo ibe
Cmnbrook district is the third largest lu the province, nnd to llihil. thai
WO do not avail ourselves of the (-cli-
oruslty or the govorntnont, is a thing
that I eaniioi understand,
We own a certain amount nf grat-
Itudo to the agriculturist, ror without
li tin we could nol have our living, ami
lt Is up to each district to oncourage
those wliu are producing our daily
broad, butler, etc., and the annual
Fall Fair is lbe best menus of helping
him.
We are living in a progressive
country, but if we allow the fanner to
just ko along in the same way each
and every year, no progress will be
iniuie, as it. ts by comparing his products with those of his fellow fanners
that he is inspired to better things.
We ure iu a district whore everything is produced, excepting perhaps
large fruits, nud we should get together nnd have u helping hand In
making onr Agricultural Fair a success each year,
W. B. BARGETT.
Royal" Console Model   $160 "York" Console Model-$200 "Tudor" Console Model*—$340
Style 205—$150
ME  Brunswick  is "Made  in  Canada" by the Brunswick-Balke-
Collender  Co.  of Canada Limited — a concern which has been
noted for its superior cabinet-making for nearly eighty years.
The Brunswick Method of Reproduction — including the genuine All-Wood Oval
Horn and the All-Record, All-Needle Ultona — definitely places the Brunswick
Phonograph at the head of the procession. These features enable the Brunswick
to play ALL makes of records perfectly, and give to each record—of whatever make
—a marvellous purity and power of tone.
You Can Secure Immediate Delivery of Any Brunswick for a Moderate Cash Payment—Balance on Terms to Suit You.   Buy Your Christmas Brunswick Now !
Agents:
Cranbrook Drug <S£ Book Co.,
Cranbrook, B.C.
FltKCKLKD STAR I> NEW
SCKKI.-N DKAHA, "IIK-
ROES OF THE STREET**
An event hound to amuse unusual
interest, centers in the coming of
another Wesley Barry attraction. This
Is "Heroes of the Street," produced
by Warner Brothers, ami scheduled to
play at the Star theatre for two days
beginning Monday next.
The reason for this interest is that
"Freckles" Wesley bus '.von a large
following by his bubbling personality
on the screen and the good fun and
clean comedy that ro with his pictures. His Inimitable characterization of hoys out for adventure anil
getting Into mischief every minute of
the day have gained him an enviable
reputation.
lu "Heroes of the Street" young
Wesley fights his way througli to the
exciting end, sometimes With fist and
muscle, at other times with brain, but
always with plenty of nerve and
pluck. The story is about Mickey
Callahan, son of a police officer, Mickey is busy licking all  the hollies of
Ills neighborhood and keeping hla
khl brother and sister disciplined
when tragedy stalks into his house
with the sinister murder of his father
by a mysterious gang of crooks.
Prom a hnppy-go-lncUy boy. Mickey becomes a Ind touched with the
patlios in his borne ..ml leaving no
stone unturned to Ilml the person responsible for the tragedy. An unusual love story of the stage Is blended
witli the mystery element.
I'hc hired I'ost
The cost of sending a post card
from German)- to Canada is now nine
million marks, while the letter rate
for tbe first weight U fifteen million
marks and the second weight seven
and a half million marks. The letter
rate is equivalent to ten cents for the
first weight and llvo cents for each
succeeding weight or fraction there-
! Of.
BLONDE BESS OWNES
When » ulrl rejfnses a eluip—
she  (Milks   he'll   pro,n»*e  uguln.
He usual ly does
other liirl.
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Every lure
lie: -Yes. the docb
affects our looks."
She:  "Well, more
than l thought."
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Christmas Candy  gj
Cm
MODEL DAIRY
T. E. AUSTIN Prop.
l-UKSIl  MII.K  ANI> ORDAM
DBUVBRDD DAILY
There l» >o lienor Food Thiin
Milk
— PHONE 480 —
Sun I ii Said, "Vour Candy Is Cheaper mul
Heller llian I eaa make myself."
IT PAYS TO DEAL AT THK CANDY IIOX.
Como ami See Oar NOVELTIES,
CHRISTMAS STOCKINGS) \e.
The Candy Box   ll
LUMBERTON
CHIPS
The regular meeting of the Ladles'
Aid society was held on Thursday of
last week It was decided to hold tile
bazaar which was announced some
time ago. en Saturday of this week,
December 15. There will bo many articles to choose from which the lad-
have made for the sule. Far from
being confined to needlework, there
will be Jellies, pickles and othet
cooked   foods   on   sale.    Tbe   kiddles
tlu
Sounded  Iteusomiblo
eacher asked the class in nat-
ttory—"Wliere is the homo of
A long silence, then a hand moved.
"All right, you may answer, Hubert," smiled the teacher.
"The home of tho swallow is iu lbe
siummick," declared Robert,
"CASCARETS" if.e
IF SICK, HIMOUS,
CONSTIPATE!)
"They Work While You Sleep."
When you feet sick,  dizzy, upset,
when your head is dull or aching, or
will find much run with the fish pond ! your Btomach is sour cr gassy, just
which will be provided for them. Tea tr.ke one o- two pleasant "Cascarets"
to relievo constipation or biliousness.
No  griping—nicest  cathartic-laxative
on earth lot' Men, Women and  Children.    10c  boxes,  also  25c   and   50c
size:-,—any drug store.
will also he served during the afternoon.
Music in your Home for Xmas
LET YOUR CHOICE BE A
HEINTZMAN
PRICES  AND  TERMS  TO  SUIT  PURCHASER
WRITE FOR PARTICULARS OR CALL
511 Baker Street -       -       -       Nelson. B.C.
A CHRISTMAS SALE
of
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ANNOUNCEMENT "
C. Joe Bros,
LADIES' * CENTS TA11.0HS
Bog to announce to tholr
many former lady natron* thnt
thoy are again making a specialty ot
LADIES' TAILORING
Your Patronage la Invited
Centlemen's Suit*
Made To Order
The Very Laloet Styles
t   ('leaning * Pressing   t
C. JOE BROS.
CRANBROOK 8TKMKT
Oppoelte Bank ot Commerce
M. Sn Ml
Simmons1 Steel Beds, Mattresses and Springs
Commencing Dec. 14th
Specials for Cash     Specials tor Cash
L.O.L.. 2915 held Us regular bimonthly meeting on Tuesday evening
nl tills week. As this was thu lust
meeting   to   be   held, this   year   thu
S "11™ ^n Sated  WjHWWWWWWWWMI^^
for re-election. It was also decided
to hold the first annual banquet ou
January 8th. Invitations will be Issued within e. few days ns eaeh
member has the privilege of inviting
one friend.
Many people are enjoying the winter snorts  In  suite of the fact that
tbe weather man has not been good
enough  to  freeze the water in  our
rink,   hast Sunday found a good sized
number ou tlie hill taking advantage
o!  the  excellent  coasting  which   relied from the rain and snow of lust
week.
The Lumberton Club held Its meeting on Wednesday night of last week
A short business meeting replaced
the regular card games which are
usually enjoyed during tho early part
of the evening. Committees were appointed for the current month con-
slstlng of Mesdames G. C. Robson, C.
B, Simpson, and F, Gallon. Also Messrs. K. Mitchell, T. Hogarth, L. P.
King, A. Christenson, A. Kolesar, and
A. Portln. The Christmas program
will he given hy the Lumberton school
children under the direction of Miss
Jolinson on Thursday evening, Dec.
20th.
Several of the Lumberton hunters
have met with success. Mr. H. Stevens
brought down a good sized buck and
Mr. A. Kolesar shot a coyote only a
short distance from tho mill last Sunday. Mr. Stevens also trapped about
thirty muskrat In the mill pond so
tut- tills season.
Misses S. MacDonald and P, Had
ley were Lumberton visitors between
trains on Tuesday afternoon or this
week. They spent the afternoon with
Miss Caroline Harris.
Malinger Q, C. Ilnhson returned ou
Saturday of last week from a trip to
various coast cities,
The Lumberton Hotel la receiving a
thorough re-do co rating. Work was
begun by Sam Wortutngton on Monday. Two shades will be used in all
tbe rooms, which will enhance the
appearance quite materially. Nothing
has been overlooked which will add
to the comfort of the employees and
this is another Indication thnt the B.
C. Spruce Mills ls doing everything
possible which will make the living
conditions nnd surroundings as pleasant as can be for the men employed
around tbo plnnt.
4-Pt. BUNGALOW COMBINATION BED
and  SPRING       $9.90
WHITE ENAMEL HED, ('oil Springs
and al) cotton Mattress  .... $28.40
BRASS BED. 2 inch Posts, Coil Spring
and All-Cotton Mattress $42.75
WHITE ENAMEL BED, All-Steel Spring
and Mattress    $19.00
WALNUT BED. Centre Panel, No-Sway
cable.  Sprint; and  Mattress $38.50
WHITE ENAMEL COT, 3 ft. 3 ins.,
and  Mattress     $13.50
NO DISCOUNT WILL BE ALLOWED ON ABOVE SPECIALS.
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WHITE ENAMEL BED	
$6.00
.... $7.00
$10.00
WHITE ENAMEL BED,
$13.50
(In.       iln	
$14.75
WHITE ENAMEL BED
$18.00
BRASS BED, Neat Pattern ..
$26.00
BRASS BED, New Pattern ..
$30.00
HEAVY  BRASS BED	
$38.50
WALNUT COMBINATION BED
uml Spring     $26.00
WALNUT COMBINATION BED
and Spring, new pattern .... $27.50
WALNUT COMBINATION BED
and Bprlng, square pattern, size
3 l't. 8 ins. only $25.00
MAHOGANY BED  $15.50
WALNUT BED, Solid Centre
Panel   $20.50
WALNUT BED, head and foot solid
panel, new pattern   $45.00
SiiiiVi' Too l.miil
"Send mo telegrams and send them
Collect," tiiild Mayor Itolpli, HpeaklllR
Into (lie microphone as he opened ;i
new radio hriiuilensllnR station nt Han
Frnni'im'H. "Come on, everybody, 1
want to tlml out how fnr my voice In
carrying." Ile found out. By the
next day the telegraph tolls had ex-
ceiled *>:v,000. He now wishes Dial
lie hadn't spoken eo lend.
CUIUS — All Steel Cribs for Baby
SIMMONS' A 1.1.-STEEL SPRINGS
SIMMONS' MATTRESSES 	
A Pull Stock of PDiIiOWB on hand
$9.50 and $10.70
$6.00 and up
   $8.00 and up
   $1.00 and up
A Discount of 10 per cent, will be allowed on all Cash Purchases
Which are nol quoted us Specials nu litis bill, uml the Purchaser lias a choice from a full Carload
of Assorted Beds, which has just arrived from the Sh is factory.
also, we carry a full line of Cold Seal Congoleum Rugs
mi which n 5', DISCOUNT will Ue allowed for (ASM. COME AMI SBE THEM.
Our Low Prices Win Every Time
W. F. Doran, Armstrong Ave. PAGE   FOUR
TIIE  CItAMIItOOK   HERALD
Friday, lleceinuer It, 1»23
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Gramaphone Bargains
BRUNSWICK, usual price $335, goes for    $275.00
BRUNSWICK, usual price,$135.0Q, goes for ...  $120.00
S0N0RA, usual price, $210.00, goes for   $160.00
COLUMBIA, usual price, $85.00, goes for $50.00
TERMS CAN UK ARRANGED IE NKCKSSAHV
Raworth Bros.
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Cbe Cranbrook frrald
NEXT TO THK
l'OST OFFICE
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PublUheil Bv
F. A. WILLIAMS    I
Subscription Prlco
To lulled Slates
Advertising    Rates
Ohangea   nt   Copy
should lit; handed i
Wednesday "'",I1 to
■y Friday
POTTER, B.Sc.
li'.MIII  Pit  V '
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FRIDAY,   DECBMBEH   II   102!
Treat Sore Throat
fl'oo   test    slzo   package, write  Vlck
Chemical Co.,   344   St. Paul St., W.,
With Vicks      I mni™]< **
  i    Though Vicks Is new in Canada it
has u remarkable sulo in tbe States.
Over 17 million jars used yearly.
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This Alberta Mother Says 11 Is
llesl liemedj She litis Pound
exjoy voce Christmas dinner with is at
THE VICTORIA CAFE
SI'KCIAl, TURKEY DINNER
Oyster Dressing, Celery, Cranberry Sauce, Pliini
L'uddlng and Brandy Sauce
Why trouble iinikiiit; Dinner al lliinie when
)OU ean bine Ibis SI'KCIAl, DINNER here
PROMPT SERVICE
Wishing Our Many Friends A Joyous Christmas and
A (Had New Year
The Victoria Cafe
TWENTY   YEARS AGO
Extracts trom lbe Cranbrouk
Herald of tbis date, 1903.
License CommlsBlonera IVtcBrltlo anil
Whimster held a meeting tbis week
when five licenses were discontinued,
two more refused, and one new one
granted In tbe East Kootenay.
A daughter wiih torn on t lie 15th,
to Mr. and Mrs, Josejili Woodman, of
this city.
Objections are being made at Fernio which may materialize later irtto
something more specific, to leaving
tbe government offices for tliat district at Fort Steele, sixty miles or so
distant from it.
.\ ■.-.-. William Beguhl, of Roydnle,
Alberta, wvltt-s. I used Vicks VapoRub a i my little girl who had u sore
throat. I rubbed it on her throat and
then put a flannel cloth on it. She
i' tiernlly gets very hoarse at night
whon Hlie has a cold but after I put
Vicks VapoRub en her neck and cheBl
she didn't gel hoarse like she usually
tbe beat thing I have
id :
Vicks
it."
I one col.) with Vicks VapoRub
tin will adopt this extern'al
onl tor all tbe cold troubles of
nily, Vicks is a salve that acts
plastor and a vapor lamp at
ate time,    It   is absorbed and
A Happy
Christmas
1 The Christmas entertainment in
connection  with tbe Baptist Sunday
1 School will take pluce on Wednesday
next. December 19th. There will be
a supper at six o'clock for tbe chid-
■ ilren of the Sunday school and tbe
parents, to be followed at 8 o'clock
by au entertainment, to which every-
i one is Invited.
I
When iho children come In wet and
lifflln'g, apply Vicks liberally over
liroal an 1 ,chest aud cover with a
mrm flannel cloth.
Treated al bedtime, tho child is anally better next morning and all the
■ad after-effects of internal dosing
re avoided. Croup attacks are kept
way. too.
At all drug stores 60c a jar.   For a
Awaits the kiddies whose parents presenl them
with that gift of gifts—a Sled. And we have
many types of Sleds in stock we know they will
like.
HOB SLEIGHS, SELF STEERING SLEIGHS,
HAIL SLEIGHS, SKIS, SNOW SHOES,  ETC.
For Smokers'
Christmas
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MIXED NUTS ('onsl8""S °r WALNUTS,  BRAZILS,
ALMONDS, und FILBERTS, all fresh stock at
25c I"-'1' >b'   10 lbs- t0l'2a25   -" lbs •■•■ $4.00
CHRISTMAS CANDY ot "" kl"js al "rto
you cunnot afford to overlook.
BARLEV St'OAR NOVELTIES, both small and lurge.
CHRISTMAS CRACKERS & STOCKINGS
OUR HOLLY will arrive about December 17th, so that lt
will be Fresh and Crisp for Christmas.
""SEASONABLE FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETAI1LES
of All Kinds
.MODI'S and  NKILSON'S FANCY CHOCOLATES,
boxed. It'roui      50C  '" $10.00
Little & Atcheson
Christmas Baking 1
The events noted below are those
for which pnid advertising appears in
tills issue, or for which printing work
has been done in tills office.
'Friday. December 14: Musical Society
|    Concert lu the Auditorium.
! Frl.   - Sat., Dec. li"- IB: Gloria Swan-
I    sou in "Bluebeard* 8th Wife, at the
I    Star Theatre.
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Moil.   &   TU68.,   Dec.   17-18:—Wesley,
IDinty)   Barry,  in "Heroes of the
Street," ut the Stur.
Wednesday, Dec. 10:— Curd Party 111
lhe Parish Hall, liy Home Workers j
of Christ Church.
Wed. ft Thurs., l)Tc. 10-20:—Herbert
Uawllnson and Alice Lake ill "Nobody's Bride," al the Star.
etySkt
AT THE
Cigars - Pipes - Tobacco
Humidors - Smoking Sets
I lis favorite brand is lo lie liatl here-
fresh new shipments of till high grade to-
baccos. Christmas is not Christmas for a
man unless tobacco is Included among his
gifts— or a pipe —or a nest of ash trays.
You'll find them all here.
Cameron <S£ Sang
I'linne sll
'Von inlulit lis well smoke here us hereafter'
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In the ruhli and hurry of late shopping and lipiiBe-ln-order
for Christmas, why he bothered with Christmas baking:?
Plum Pudding, Fruit Cake, Mince Pies, Cookies—all with a
special Christmas touch art- to bo hml here—fresh dally, and iis
appetising uh anything Mother ever mode.
Big brown loaves of raisin bread—special rolls—whole wheal.
graham or the ever palatable Kuninicr's Home Made Milk Loaf.
VVK'lli: DOING VOI It (llltlKTMAN HA KIN (J FOK VIM'
FRUIT CAKES  plain f "■ -    decorated 70t
PIES, Mince   35C Assorted 25C
Cookies; Puff Panic. Cherry take,
Short Breads, Decorated or Plain
Kummer's Bakery
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FRIDAY k BATORDA.Y-TH1S WEEK
GLORIA SVYANSOX in
"BMKHKAHD'S   8>li   WIFE"
STAR  THEATRE
PROGRAM FOR NEXT WEEK
COMMENCING MONDAY,    DECEMBER  17th
PRIDAY * baturday-this week
GLORIA SW.WSOX In
"BLUEBEARD'S   8th   WIFE"
MONDAY - TUESDAY
WESLEY  (Dlnty)   IIAHI1Y
In
OBfH SHEET
Here in another "Dlnly" you will
enjoy overy monient of It. BRING
THE KIDDIES.
Nni'rllll  Matinee  Miillilny,  III   1,1.",
iUBt lll'lvr Behool
Comedy I "DON'T He FOOLISH'
WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY
HERBERT  RAWUNSON  and
AHCE UKE in
'Nobodys' Bride'
Hla   Best  t!omedy Drama.    Full  of
Fast Action
•kick or
•-' reel Comedy
FRIDAY - SATURDAY
"BRASS"
liy Clllis. (I. N'OltUIH
Exposing the Evils of Busy Divorce. A Wonderful Cast
Monte nine, Marie Preuoet, Harry Myers. Irene Rich,
Frank Kcenan. Helen Ferguson,Miss Dupont, Cyril Clindklck,
Mnrgnret Seddou, Put O'Miilley. Edward Jobson, Vera Dcwls,
Harvey Clurk and Gertrude Hennott.
Story Blsowlioro In This Issue
ADOEB COMEDY ATTRACTION
M. NICHOLSON
GROCERY Co.
WHERE VOU CAN SEll'RE SPECIAL PRICES FOR
CHRISTMAS PURSES
:    EVERYTHING FROM SOUP TO NUTS    ::
aA Few Suggestions
OLIVES OYSTERS
MIXED NUTS CITRON A Other Peel
CELERY CRACKERS
ORANGES EGGS
LETTUCE           • CHRISTMAS CANDY
PEAS BUTTER
21-22:—Screen ver-
(!. Norrls' startling
with all star cast,
Frl. * Sut., Dec
sloil of Chas.
novel, "Brass,'
ut the Star.
Moll.-Tues.. Dec. 24-25: Elinor Gtyn'fl
"S'x Days," Christmas feature, ut
Stur Theatre.
.Mini. Dee. 24. & Dec. 26-28: Maude
Henderson Co., playing at the Auditorium.
Tuesday, Dec. 26th.—Christmas Night
Dance at the Auditorium.
Wednesday , Dec. 20:— FAEL FAIR
meeting in elty hall ut 8 p.m.
Frl. - Bat., Dec. 28-29: Christmas
week special ut the Star, "The Eternal Struggle,"
Monday, Dec. 31: New Year's Eve
Dance, Oddfellows Hull, Kimberley,
under auspices G.W.V.A.
Mon., Dec. 81: B. of R. T. Annuul New
Years Eve Ball nt the Auditorium.
Mon. - Tues.. Dec. 31 - Jun 1: "Holiday attraction at the Star, "Rug-
glei ot Red Gap."
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Our Sale is on |
Until Christmas j
We are moving about the first of the year to the other     J
side of the street, tlie building previously occupied by     I
Mr. C. J. Little as a grocery store. *
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Here are a few of our Bargains   \
Men's Grey Flannelette Shirts, sale price $*..25    *
Men's Kelt Hats, in black brown or grey,
regular $5.00.    Sale price	
$2.95
WANT ADS.
STAB IIUOIID B»*D STORK
HWMt,
Wo par th* beet priOM jolng tor all
kind, ot furniture. Wa buy soy
thing from a mom. tr i to an auf
mobile.
W  W. Kllby, Auctioneer and Valuer
FOR SALE—Used piano for sale.
For particulars, apply Towrlss &
Adams, Crnnbrook. 42-43
WANTED. — Young lady to undertake
pleasant and lucrative work nrnoug
friend*. Good remuneration und
opportunity to earn money for
Christmas. Particulars at Herald
Offlce. 3Stf
TO LET. — Largo front room, suitable for two, In private home. Rent
reasonable. Apply Box S, Herald
Olllce. 41-42
TO-LET — Housekeeping Rooms, apply 201) Dewar Avenue. 35tf
FOR SALE—Cider Cooler, Bar Counter, Ribbon Case and Cash Register. Cheap for cash. Charles
Morrison, Kimberley. B.C.        ITU
Ladies' Drop Stitch Hose, in heather,
Sale Price, !i pairs  75C
Ladies' lllack Cashmere Stockings
They came to ue uh sei'otids but we can't see
anything wrong with Ihom.      $1.25 iiusllty
Sale Price, Two Pairs   95c
We've just received a shipment of pillowcases
in a very good quality, regular $1.25 a pr. Sale
Price, per pair  65c
Sheets   each $1.60
Flannelettes, in white only, 5 yds. for  $1.00
English Eiderdown, a very fine material for
this time of the year, reg. $1.35 yd. Sale price a yd. 80c
Ladies' and Children's Spats.       We
cleared a surplus wholesaler's stock in that
line.   Some of them are worth up to $3.50
Your Choice ul, per pair $1.45
2000 pail's of shoes to choose from for the whole family.
We guarantee that you buy them from iib for less or
your money returned.
B. WESTON'S Store
Baker Street
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Grocery*
Shelley's Christmas Puddings, each,
Shelley's Cakes, each 	
('hristmas Candles, per box	
Christmas Crackers, per box 	
Jap Oranges, per box	
Mixed Candy, per pound	
Mixed Nuts 25C lb. •.
Jersey Cranberries 256 11).
Table Figs, per package	
Crystallized Cherries, per pound, ..
Dromedary "Dates,     package 	
Bulk Dates per lb.
$1.00
  25«
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35C and 056
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I    lis $1.00
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We have a complete stock of all ingredients
for baking
NEW I'EEL, SULTANAS, CURRANTS, EXTRACTS
AND SPICES
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THE CRANBROOK  HERALD
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Saf5$iftv3fSi^"£'?^^ FINANCES
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Following   is   the financial state
menl for the year 192o;
RECEIPTS
Old baluuee uu hand   3.71
lunations
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When You Go Shopping for "Her"
ual   YOU THY TO SELECT SOMETHING THAT WILL GIVE THE GREAT
i*.   EST PLEASURE,
PROBLEMS.   WE HAVE SEARCHED THE MARKET FAR  VND WIDE    '&
NO MATTER WHO "HER" MAY  BE   MOTHER,    AND IT IS DOUBTFUL IP WE HAVE MISSED ONE SINGLE ARTICLE    *'
,*,   WIFE, DAUGHTER, SWEETHEART OR FRIEND, YOU WILL KINK    THATWOULD PROVE AN ACCEPTABLE YUl ETIDE TOKEN
THE PLEASING GIFT HERE.    VOU WILL FIND Tills STORE OF-   THE USEFUL GIFTS THAT ARE APPRECIATED" BECAUSE THEY
SOLUTIONS   TO YOUR   VEXING   GIFT    ARE A JOY TO RECEIVE, SUCH AS
EXPENDITURE
Old Accts., 1922
Outstanding Herald
Delany ft Sinclair   86.0
do.     1923 Equipment, Suits 121.0
Iteultle-Noblo       81.0
Cuurier       tj.7
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Half Exp. Fixing Clrounils
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jHj It'll he for one of your friends to don one<
gjjf of our dainty Balkan Blouses—a gift from
you— on Christmas morn.   Select it here
isS from the new weaves and beauteous color
~2jf combinations that we're showing.
809.15
SO WE ARE OFFERING THESE SUGGESTIONS
GIFT   BLOUSES       For the-JMiss
.NOTICE TO ALE CONCERNED
All  oqulpment  belonging  to Cran-
rook   Amateur  Baseball  Club,  vis:
nils. Mm. .Musk. Protector, must he
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team were appointed und inude rea-
ponslble for tho property, which musl
For every occasion. Trim, tailored linen
for morning wear. Dainty niching and fine
pin tucks, some contrastingly piped in dainty colors. Also dressy blouses in fashion's
latest fnbries.—Printed silks, Crepes, Velvets and wonderful laces.
SEE THE LATEST BALKAN STYLE
I SHOES
M Our shelves are loaded with Ihe New Fall
$9 arid Winter Styles In Women's and Chlld-
.■& ren's Shoes.    Every pair suitable as a gift
'"' for Christmas, if you would lie practical..
& DRESSES and FROCKS
fThe Style distinction,    the unusual quality,   the
newness of each Individual model, right fully makes
Jjk these frocks most suitable Christmas gills.    Unless
Sffi you see the dresses, note the style and examine the
&>•: workmanship,   you   cannot appreciate their worth.
$g Materials: FINE QUALITY CANTON CREPE, FLAT
Kjffl CREPE,   SATIN   PUCKERETTE,   SATIN   FACED
W CREPE, TR1CO-KN1T, WOOL POJRE, TWILL AND
■jft: JERSEY. Models are Panel. Draped. Headed, Pleated
fiSS Tailor ed,   Embroidered..   Straight Line,    Blouse
•?& and Coat Effects.
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Slippers are very acceptable Christmas
gifts. An inspection of our great variety of
styles is necessary to appreciate what unusual effects may be had.
SILVER AND SATIN BOUDOIR SLIPPERS
of the finest quality materials, and finely
fashioned,
THE CAVALIERS are quilted, and topped
with fur.   They are warm and cosy as well
as very dainty.
WOMEN'S    FELT  BOOTEES,    WOMEN'S
SATIN   EVENING   SLIPPERS.   WOMEN'S
"COZIES" AND GIRLS' FELTS.
GLOVES   SWEATERS
HANDKERCHIEFS
BED ROOM SLIPPERS
BLOOMER DRESSES
For "Just 18"
SILK OR WOOL
HOSIERY
SLIPPERS     BLOUSES
FROCKS PURSES
11. WILSON,
President.
W. D. Hill
THE LADIES'. MISSES' AND
CHILDREN'S STORE EXCLUSIVELY
For Wife
FURS
BREAKFAST COAT
WOOL SCARF
SILK OR WOOL
SWEATER
DRESSES
For cJTWother
BATH ROBE
FELT SLIPPERS
HANDKERCHIEFS
UMBRELLA
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$7.70 announced ol the Btock that hus been
15.00 on Hi-' place, to lake place next week.
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Robert Fleming who lias been working the K. K. Beattle rancli on St.
Marys Prairie for the past few years.
is  contemplating  returtiling  to  the
NOTICE
On and after December ISth,
w ill Bell my ow n pork, from
he producer to the consumer.
lave tl e Middleman's cosl  Rock
toitpm   Prii < i   as   long   aa  it
ai -    Strii ly Grain Fed.
Wj  Meals Will Be Handled
In   ii   I lean   Similar)   Way
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For the Little Tots Christmas
Can't yutt just picture the smiles of your youngsters
when they see the tree decorated with the FINE
CANDY CANES from Santa Clans? We have them in
all sizes from 5c to $1.00. There ueed be no fear
in letting the children have all the candy they want
when it is from us. WE GUARANTEE IT TO BE
ABSOLUTELY PURE. ALL HOME MADE. NUTS.
BON-BONS. FRUIT, everything to put the finish on
the Christmas Dinner.
Leave vinir orders before December
21st. for IIKICK  ICE CRBA3I  mr
Christmas
We have an excellent assortment of FANCY BOX
CHOCOLATES, and FANCY BASKETS OF CHOCOLATES. These will make acceptable Christmas
gifts.
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  'hoi  tho requirements or tho public :«?
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ue sale.      Aprons reasonable prices hail been fully mot. «;
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ii  ln>   P. ember 16tb, at 3 p.m. In the       — __^__^_—-__^__________
Presbyterian School room. Lei's ko!
i cokery Table ami i'isli Ponil, Vfter-
nt  n : in served.
Tlte Salvation Army will he Riving!
I :isket i to the needy of tins city and
will gratefully recelvt anything for
the same. .
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A COOli OLD FASHIONED CHRISTMAS DINNER CALLS FOR A
DELICIOUS STUFFED TURKEY, ROASTED TO A CRISP BRdWN-
NESS, WITH THB TRIMMIN'S AND EVERYTHING. SURELY THAT'S
TIIE KIND OF A IIOI.IHAY FEAST YOU ARE LOOKING FORWARD
TO. AND YOU'LL HAVE IT Too IF MOTHER SELECTS THE
TURKEY FROM OCR FRESH AND CAREFULLY SELECTED POULTRY OFFERINGS,
11(1111: (I III li BACON
i'iki: in ii i>Rirrixa
'1'llese produi Is are made OU lbe
can furnish lame sblpuients mi shi
premise!
nl order
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iii:i.icitns in ah * iii:i:si:
under   the must sanitary conditions.   We
rom our modi1ni plum.
Choice Rolled Roasl Beef   22c "'
Choice Rib* Roasl Beef  18c "'
Choice Chuck    12''   !»■
Pol Roust   ,1Q *.- 1214c Ib.
Boiling Beet  r»  8C Ib.
Brlskel*       gc "'
Oholoe la.g Roast Veal   22<S "'■
Choice Fillet Roasl Venl .... 22<t "'■
Choice Rump Roust .. }g & 20C "'-
Choice Veal Pol Rousl 1012'-C "'■
Choloe Shoulder Roast Veal 12': ISC
Choice Venl Stew   g£ lb.
EXTRA 8PECIAT,
We will have for Christmas a small shipment of REAL BUFFALO MEAT
This is from Ihe big herd at Wainwrlgin. This is something special.
Jrder early as there is only a limited supply.
HKK OUK WINDOW I'ltlllAV NIGHT
Cranbrook Meat Market
NORBURY AVK.      *'Q   PHONE   8       CRANllROOK, ll.C.
Choice Leg Itnust Pork 25 « 30c lb-
Choice Shoulder  Roasl   I'orli   18 20C
Fresh Killed Peer Hearts   86 '"•
Fresh Killed Peer Tongues  .. 25tf R>.
Fresh Killed Local Fowl  .... 20C "'■
Spring Chickens    30£ lb.
Pork nnd Peel Sausages  186 'D-
All Pork Sausages  306 ,l1'
Pork and Tomato Sausage .. 306 "'•
Home Cured Bacon   406 In-
Pure Lird. Home Rendered
6 in nu $1,10, a i" ti" 656
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The Ovoi'wlatca Co., of Vancouver,
w   Westminster  and  other  points.
Lire rented Hip Jackson building on
n-bury Avenue,   on   a   three year
is-, nud contemplate starting up on
about Jniinry 15th. a cash a<1 carry
grocery store,   These stores, Bituated
»t several of the interior points, have
an advantage over tlio Individual con-
concerns nu account of Iheir ability
to buy in large quantity.   With the
FOR SALE!
AT  THK  PLANT  OF THK
AIIOLIMI   LUMBER   Toy. ;
Saw Mill Machinery. Sundry
Saw Mill Equipment. Machine
simp Equipment, Saw Mill Yard
Equipment^ Motor I-ot^inc
Trucks', Sundry Logging Equipment,
For   particulars   on   abov
write to
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D. S, Mowat I
BAYNES LAKE,   -    B.C. JJJJ
iVfffffffftVfeVfAVeVeVeVf]
igestion, Gas,
Upset Stomach
Instantly! "Pape's Dlapepsln"
Corrects Stomach so
Meals   Digest
The moment you eat a tal.ict of
'Tape's Dlopopsin" your indigestion
Is gone. No more distress from a
htur, acid, upset stomach. No flatulence, liotirtbiirn, palpitation or
misery-making gassos. Corroct your
digestion for a fow cents. Bach package guaranteed by druggist to ovor-
como Btomach trouble.
Santa Claus Has Arrived
And Is Ready to Serve Both Old And Young
SI'KCIAl, LIBERAL DISCOUNTS GIVEN TO ALL   CHRISTMAS TREES   AND
SCHOOL BNTEKTALNMENT8
LARGE STOCK OF—
Toys, Games, Books, Stationery
AND EVERYTHING TO PLEASE THE KIDDIES— >0\V ON DISPLAY
Mechanical   Toys
c Trains, Moving  Pirlttrp  .\
of Otlier Mechanical Toys t
Fancy   Goods
5, ARMBANDS, SCARFS. (1
, BOUDOIR CAPYS, PANCI
Specials in Wools
Mechanical Trains. Electric Trains, Movinn Picture Machines, Bovufling Alleys,
and Hundreds of Other Mechanical Toys to Choose Prom,
NECKTIES,   SUSPENDERS,  ARMBAND8, SCARFS. GLOVES, IIANDK'CIIIEFS.
BUFFET SCARFS, BOUDOIR CAPYS, FANCY BASKETS, THA VS. ftc.
MONARCH DOWN    35c hail       SCOTCH FLNGERING ,,, $1.75 Ib.
SAXOXY WOOL ... 3 Skeins for 1.00
Phone 393      MAIL ORDERS FU.LBDSAME DAY RECEIVED      I'linne 393
Moffatt's Variety Store
— Wiili'li Onr Windows Fnr Spt'cliils I'tiT) Dhj f AGE SIX
TBE  CRANBROOK   HERALD
I'ritlit). Dec ber 11, 1023
metlwlist Church
UKV
II. C. FREEMAN.
Tastoi
"It i8 becomlug iinp(
to believe that the grn
who mix with their fellow men
ributed denominationally.1'
— Ueuu Inge
SIMIAV. DECEMBER  Hi
11 run. Morning Service
"The Religion Taught By Our Lord Jesus Christ"
Junior Choir
L2.1B Sunday School and Adult Bible Class
7.30 ii.iii, Evening Service
-IS JESUS COMING AGAIN!"
Senior t'lioir
Vin   Will. RECEIVE A HEARTY WELCOME
phone 810 P.O. Bex 889
B. A. MOORHOUSc
A.M.E.l.C, & D.C.L.8.
PHOV. LAND 8UBYBT0B
Office - Armstrong Ave.
Cranbrook     ■      •      •     B. C
Drs. Green & MacKinnon
I'hjHlcliiiis ana Surgeons
Office  at   residence,  Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICE  HOUH3
Afternoons   2.00 to 4.00
livening.   7.30 to 8.30
Sundays   200 to 4.00
CRANBROOK, B.C.
DR. F. B. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE! HOURS
I to 11 a.m-      1 to 5 p.m.
Hanson Blk., CRANBROOK, B.C.
F.M.MACPHER80N
Undertaker
Phone W0
Norbury Ave* next to Clt) Ball
LOOMS AND SOCIETIES
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meet* ln the
G.W.V.A. Hall
afternoon ot tne
Drit Tueeday at
I p.m.
AU ladlei are
cordially InvUed
President!    Mr,. F. Constantino.
8ee.-Treasurert  Mrs. S. TajWii.
L O. O. f.
KEY CITY LODGE, No. 48
Meet, every
1 Monday nlgbt at
 |The Auditorium
Sojourning Odd Fellows are cordially Invited.
H. Q.      -      -     R. L. Burtch
Rec. Seo.   B. O. Dlnglcy, P.O.
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- Ths
Knights of Columbus I
will meet In the
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
HALL
EVERY THIRD SUNDAY,
at t p.m.
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Baptist Cijurci)
1'ASTOH  W. T.  TAPSCOTT
SIMIAV. DEC. 10
11    11.111.    "DAN    SI'lll 1.TZ,
LABOR EVANGELIST, a bro-
A lll,i|tru|ilik'iil Address
A    lllgrniihicnl   Address.
12 noon Sunday School
Classes For All Ages
7.30   Evening  Service
"WHO ARE THE
FOOLS"
ii JO HDTEL
Now Open
The owners of this Hotel have
spared no expense in their endeavor to make lt the most up-to-
date in tlm district.
.10 Newly Furnished Rooms,
All with Hnimlng Water (Hot
mid (»lili some with private
baths, some with shower baths.
BAKER ST., ORANBROOK
Only absolutely ttret-claes fipe-
proot Hotel in the city.
1VHEK IN KlM.Ht.ATi;—
slay at the
ffloyai $oom$
Back of C. P. it. Depot
Full)' Modern, Hot and Cold
Water in Every Room, and the
Latest Heating System. First
Class in Every Way. Convenient and Comfortable.
Verms Moderate.
Mrs. lt. I1. JOHNSON,
Proprietress
Why Do
They Use
Others
GULUKG THE EARLY MOULTER
Sentiment anil untlioiightfuliiess
too often stand between profit and
loss. In successful poultry business
one cannot reason from cause to effect but must carefully figure from effect to dollars and cents. Any procedure in handling your flock that
fulls short ot bringing the greatest
financial returns, is wrong.. We like
our flock, every one of the three thousand or Ihem. Every bird in the
plant has been handled two or three
times to iniike sure she bus no defects
prohibiting a heavy egg production.
Notwithstanding our affection tor
them, a bird showing any imperfection
tending toward lessening her egg possibilities is Immediately taken out of
the plant.
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In seeking Information  relative to
culling and handling poultry, one
Should learn to be able to assimilate
such Information und select only such
us may he practical or adaptable to
his climate, market or general conditions. The thing they do In Petaluma
Is uot what we should do up here In
British Columbia, no more thnn the
clothes they wear In Texas would suit
the Eskimo in the far north country.
Until lute years all authority has
told us, "Cull the Early Moulter."
Now, why do this? I am going to tell
you why we don't do It. Take for
example the hen that starts her pullet
yoar in late August and makes herself
hoarse singing the song of the egg
every day until a year hence, then
goes off the job lor a little time in
which to change her clothes, before
commencing the laying of high-priced
winter eggs by November 1st.
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Compare this with the hen starting
her contribution to the egg basket ut
the same time as her sister aud working faithfully up to late September of
Iho following year, when you find her
summer's garment all tattered, torn
und strewn about the house, with herself crouched in some corner or dark
nest, ashamed of her negligee attire.
She will shiver and chill, be subject
io all sorts of rliseuse, eut just us much
feed as the other hen and he absolutely eggless until February, when her
song begins lo sound like thirty centB
with two eggs for breakfast punched
out of It. Her sister got busy in Seplemher or October, when the weather
wus mild, changed ber suit for a new
one, made buy while tbe sun was
shining, and got buck on the Job of
laying your high priced eggs by November 1st.
The early moulter will bo laying
eggs worth «fi cents, and resting while
the late moulter is laying 40 cent eggs
anil absent when thoy nre higher ln
price.
Now do Ibis: — Watch your flock
closely during August and September
and lake ont every ben at the first
Indication of moulting . Pluce them
jin good dean quarters awuy from the
balance of the flocki Give them a good
strong feed, all they will eat. Make
this teed a complete change from their
summer's ration. Say, fine ground
corn, feed flour, und milk with all the
whole corn they will eat at night.
This will cause them lo moult rapidly.
Then supply a little sulphur, bone
meal und lime.. They will boou grow
their new coat of feathers under these
conditions. Within a short time they
will look like a room full ot pullets
and will surprise you by commencing
to lay within sixty duys from the time
tliey started to moult.
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Yon cannot successfully force
moult, like tbis with the late moulter
hecuuse the weather will be too severe. Tbe hen. being almost entirely
nude, refuses lo eat well. She must
purchase her new dress in tbe natural
way Inking three months in which to
do it. In tbe end the hen that moults
lato will lay u greater number of eggs
from November 1st, lo October 31st,
lu her pulW year, but the early moult-
will do just as well In her maiden year
j starting September 1st. and ending
I August Hist. Also the early moulter
will excel the late moulter in the
eighteen months from August 1st. to
j January 31st.
ThisJVeek
for 1824, "was tiring a shot at Mc-
imIoo'h ambition," according to political reporters. McAdoo will welcome
such shooting. Before 1924 ends, each
candidate will lie trying to prove himself dryer than the others.
CratibrajX Cottije Hospital
(Licensed by Prov. Govt)
Maternity and General Nursing
Terms Moderate
(MS. A. CBAYfEOBU,  Matron.
Garden Avenue     -  Plione 258
L. D. Cafe
(Little Dnnpwt)
Wh«n you wish something good
to eat go to the "L.D."
OUH    PRICE!    ABB    BIGHT
Mrs. Armstrong has written
us a most Interesting litter,
highly complimentary. She
asks if wo know why anyone
uses an Eastern brand of milk
when Pacific is available—"And
British Columbia Milk It so
much better and nicer ln flavor."
We do not know why people
use milk notpnt up here, MrB.
Armstrong, Perhaps it is because Ihey havo not tried Pacific,
, jt
Pacific Milk Co., Ltd.
Head OHm, Vaaeoivw, SJO.
FaWtnrlM at AMotstard ail
BIT
■ The air giant Zlt-1, bigger than
the biggest steamship, uses less than
a gallon of gasoline per mile In her
filght of 2,200 miles. A big ocean
steamer would need two tons of coal
to one gallon of gns for a giant flyer.
That shows the difference in power
needed lo push aside light air und
heavy water and it tells you how
cheaply men will travel in years to
come If they get rid of that "all the
traffic will bear" slogan. It is quite
probable tbat in future one's day's
work will earn the actual cost of u
flight around tbe world.
Professor Rlohet of the French
Academy of Medicine says woman possesses a faculty, called "t'rypluesthc-
sia." That's a scientific name for intuition, woman's strange power to
judge character at a glance, her ability Instantly to tell truth from falsehood.
"Cryptaesthesia" is older than the
French Academy ot Medicine, elder
than the pyramids. Women practised
thnt faculty a hundred thousand years
ago, when their husbands fame wandering In late from tbe cave ucross
the valley.   It's their one safeguard.
A man Is in jail for throwing a cat
out of the window, aud the Supreme
court snys It Is unconstitutional to
pass a law that would prevent driving thousands of young children Into
mills and factories. Write thnt on
your tablets. We can protect cats,
not children.
cimrles F. Murphy, who demands a
wet plank In the Democratic plulform
DEPOT ROOMS
TAN BORNE ST.  Opp. Station
New Building
Nicely Furnished
When ln Town Stop Here
Kwong Chong
LAUNDRY
11 Armstrong Avenue
Oppoalt* W. D. Hill's
»lnt cum  Work Guaranteed.
Montana Restaurant
Meal* It All Hours
(Ultra, Cigarette, and CandlM
0rukn.lt Hi    -     Phoa. Ml
0*1. Buk of Conun.ro.
An Interest
In the best paying business in town fan be
secured right now.
Shares $ 10.00 Each
BUY YOUR GROCERIES AND FEEDS where you get
new stock, the best values and a share In the profits.
Can You Beat It
INVESTIGATE! |       g
Cranbrook District
Cooperative Store
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Home_Bakery
PHONE 87 For A
Christmas Cane
A Large Variety to Choose
From, aud tllnna forget some o'
ROBBIE FRAME'S
SCOTCH SHORT BREAD
— Also —
CREAM PUFFS and
('REAM APPLE PIES
all made trom the very beat of
materials fresh in.
We have just opened un u fresh
Shipment ot
Fancy Box Chocolates
Tliey ore a Good Line and the
HIKES AKK RIGHT
R. FRAME
MASTER    BAKER
GIRLS! HAIR GROWS
THICK AND BEAUTIFUL
Hoe "Huiulerlne" Does Wonders
for Lifeless, Neglected Hair
A gleamy mass
ot luxuriant hair
full of gloes, lu*.
tra and lite short.
ly follow! a
genuine toning up
of neglected
scalps    witli dependable    "Danderlne"
Falling     hair,
reeled Immediately.
Thin, dry, wispy, or fading hair Is
quickly Invigorated, taking on new
Btrength, color und youthful beauty.
"Danuerlite" Is delightful on the hair;
;i refreshing, stimulating tonic—not
Btlcky or greasy!    Any drugstore.
NOTICE
AFTER November 1st, 1923 our
olllce will be located In tha
promises recently occupied by
tho late James T. Laldlaw whose
business we are taking over.
We beg to notify client* ot
the Into Mr. Laldlaw, and others
that we shall be carrying on the
practice ot Land Surveying together with our General Engineering and Contracting work.
DeltTOLF A RAX
Phone 31
CENTRAL SCHOOL
NOVEMBER LIST
(Continued from rage one)
Eyu 72.2; Alee Dalzlel 72; May Stra-
cluiu 71.4; Ethel Irwin ill; William
Harrison ilx.8; Mary MacDonald tls.2;
Marian Ulll (17.7; l.oslle Phillips 117;
Ruth Bond 00.8; John McKay 00.8;
James Hnohcroft «4.ti; Barbara Heale
04; Bverard Lewis 6B.8| Archie Leltch
03.2; Annie Moore 01.5; Treso. llel.uca
69.4; Roy Llnnell 58; Annie llurbln-
sou 57; Kathleen Eilniotldsoil 54.2;
Margaret Johnston 54.2; Mary D'
llondt 53.8; James Brookes 53.7; llud
Parker 53.0; Wilfred Pocock 63; Alex
Dargle 48.8; Jean Nlblock 40.5; David Harvey 45.0; William I'ox 43.
Carmelo Naso absent from examinations.
F. I. CAMPION, Toucher
1I1V1S10N ML, Grade Y.
Enrollment 3fi; Perfect Attendance.
26.
Jean MacDonald 77; Emily Taylor
71; Donald MacDonald 7(1; Garnet
lllaino 09; Stanley Porter 69; Pauline
Bowness 00; Marina Dlebolt 08; Malcolm McPhee 08; Elva Turner 07;
Arthur Lodgo 07; Koliemi Miller 07;
Lillian Dale 67; Henry Taylor 00;
Robert Mulrhead 05; Josephine Ilem-
Ichel 04; Ruth Fanning 05'; June Collings 62; Vincent l.jundquist 02;
Ellsworth Ryan 01; Horace Mullen
61; Lloyd Burgess 00; Dorothy Steward 58; Jack Parker 57; Billy Crawford 57; Walter *.gland 50; Margaret
Farreli 55; Walter Barrett 54; Vivian
Kemp 54; Eddie Leonard 50; Alex
Williams 48; Lillian Webster 48;
Harry Christian 48; Bert Pelion 47;
Andrew D'Hondt 32.
M.  C.  BANNERMAN,  Teacher
DIVISION Vlll. Grade V.
First Term: Rosuliue Weston 75;
Dorothy Flett 74; Ddnald Garland 0(1;
Huth McKowan 06; Wright Speers 68;
Madeline Wise 03; Ktthleell Nlsbet (12;
Donald Mclnnse 58; Harold White 50;
Hazel Clapp 52; Marshall MacPherson
62; Willie McCoy 51; Pauline Wise 51;
Raymond Luscombe 47; Ben Walkley
40; Gene Ingham 44: Richard Ban
Quan 28.
Second Term:—Margaret Cullen 85;
Olive Norgrove 83; Wendell Coffey 80;
Dorothy Brown 70; Muriel Collings
09; Mike Frost 05; Maurice Qodderls
02; Patrick Harrison 61; Nancy Mc-
CrindleOl; Hilda Robinson 00; Alberta
Jones 60; Jean Rulledgo 58; Bertram
McLean 57; Eugene Kennedy 57; Jas.
Dixon 50; James Atchison 00; Norman Gulbralth 54; Helmer Erlcksou
53; Winnie Steward 53; Reginald Shaw
48; William Price 45; Kathleen Hon-
zuk 42.
F. PAUL, Teacher
DIVISION IX.
Edwin Haley 78.2; Beverley Collier
75.4; Willie Cullen 75.2; Lily Matson
75.2; Rusk Randall 74.4; Phyllis Home
74.2; Helen Gilroy 72; Mury Roberts
70.8; Jessie Cassldy 70.4; Jessie South
70; Winnlfred Pelkey 69.8; Edna Baxter 09; Gordon Dczall 08; Eyvonne
Williams 67.6; Dorothy Worthington
07.4; Gladys Brain C7.2;Evelyne Eley
06.8;; Edna Tuylor 60; Edna Collier
65.8; Peggy Reid 65.4; Betty Genest
05; Marie Collins 05; Geno Blgattini
64; Florence Johnson 03.8; Mary Fyfe
63.2; Cyril Harrison 62.0; GladyB Bur.
ton 61.8; Elliot Harris 01.2; Mary La-
mom 61; Norman Blaine 61.4; Francis
Curie 60.2; George Haddad 60; Willie
Stevely 60; Murray .Rombough 50.8;
Lcona Small 57.4; Sadie Gibhs 57.4;
Allan Patmore 65.4; Clarence Johnson 55.2; Rosie Magro 53.6; Josephine
Blefare 53; Louis Holm 47.2; John Magro 46.4: Yuel Guthrie 45.8; Edith
Clarke 40.2;
Eunice Moore and Marshall Russell
ubi-ent for part of the examinations,
Enrollment 47, Perfect Attendance
32.
P. G. M. 0, MACDONALD
DIVISION X.
Hilda (Hills, Herbert Potter, llonnu
U'ttcli. Ascnnth Lellch, June Nlsbet.
Carl Mullin, Evu Kllby, Bunye Futa.
Evelyn Holdener, Jessie Mackay and
Ethel McOec (tho lust three equal),
Kathleen MacDonald, James Halcrow,
Margaret Rutledge, Tlieo Laurie, Allan Downey, Florence Stewnrd und
Dorothy MacDonald equal, Mary
Prltchard, Frank McClure, Jack Pattinson, Billy Whiting, Owen Haley,
Cynthia Pollen and James Lunn
equal, Harry Walkley und Elizabeth
Stewart equnl, (Robert (MacGregor
Edgar Oliln and Robert Steveley
equal Pearl Freuvult, Christine Williams, Lizzie Godderls, Gordon Speers,
Harvey Molr Ednn BhttW, Edith Wal.
ker, Richard Slye, May Clark.
Absent for one or moro examinations ;Harvey Birce. Mabel Clark, Godfrey Helmslng, Noruh Simpson.
MURIEL L. BAXTER, Teacher.
DIVISION XI.
Grade III. First Term: In order of
merit.
Jack McAuley, Margaret Leltch,
Kenneth Haynes, Donalda Walker,
Cyril Robertson, Norman Hall, Eileen
Moore, Edith Faulkner, Doris Haley,
Orate Sternberg, Hilda Smith, Angelo
ivenznno, Klchi Maigawa, Hurry I
JohttBon,    Esther    Leonard,    Harold
rec, Marguerite Walkley, Bllllo
Burton, .luck Roberts, Stanley Helse,
Albert Nicholson. Qoorglna Cox.. Kathleen Haynes and Rudlo Kotak (equal).
Carrie Spence, Florence Jordan, Donald cm. Ada Gammon, Camoron MacDonald, Tom Miller. Barbara Patton,
Joe Ban Quail, ltolicrt Cox.
AILEEN  MCCARTHY.
DIVISION  XII.
Grade 11. Second Term: Class "A"
Roberta Collins, Edith Johnson.
Barry Hill, Charlie Wilson, Eddie Irwin. Edward llomaauik, lrma Taylor.
Mary Lee. Frank Morrow, Hubert Llnnell, Stanley Williams. Leonard Porter, Cecil Morrison, Gladys Ratcllffe,
Harold Porter, Cyril George, Alblnj
Brlckson, John Nlblock, Annie Frost,I
Ethel Lewis. Elliott Dale, John Bran-
Itsky, Allan MacPherson, Patricia,
Parker, Betty Brown, Pearl Walkley,!
Frances Slye, Byron Kemp, Sheila!
llellllessy.
"B" Class: — Willie White, Tony!
Naso. Robert Luscombe. Peart Stew-
arl. Hunter McClure. Stanley Whlttaker.
H. FREEMAN.
DIVISION XIII. Grade II.
Number Enrolled 39: Perfect Attendance, 29.
Bertha Johnson. Steve Ronianuik,
Itoss Mcltveen, Dan Clarke. Ruth Litll-
dy, Stanley Weslon. Agues Gruy. Bernard Pelkey. Frieda McGee, Billy McLeod, Mary Romauulk. Mull Tuck, Mall
Yuen, Louise Bridges, .lames Adams.
Henry McMurriii, Sam McCreery, Mali
Gee, Donald Vance, Barbara Muirhead.
Graham Patton, Helen Spreull. Sybil
Norgrove. Marguerite Morro. Muriel
Little, Willie Ban Quan. Bernicc Coleman, Phyllis MacDonald. Archie Roberts. Raymond Burgess, Glen Bowness.
Jessie Magnet. Claude .Ionian. AdoL
phus Bitrton, Bernard Nlblock. Frank
Jones, George Faulkner.
Absent for examinations, Marie Hu-
well, Herrlck Owen.
S. V. McCALLUM, Teacher.
DIVISION XIV.
Honor Roll, 'A' I'litss
Ina Colledge, Douglas Paterson.
Florence Macdonald, James Thomson. Clyde Colledge, Phyllis Wallace,
Honor Roll, II Class
Earl Whiting, Teddy Smith, Wilfred
Griflln, Ruth Briggs. Fred Harbinsou,
Henry Lunn and Florence Strachan
equal.
Number enrolled 39. perfect attendance 23.
Myles Beale, Ella Blggattinl Ruth
Briggs, Dorothy Coleman, Clyde Colledge. Inn Colledge. Doris Dlngley,
Slewart Flett. Leo Gammon, Wilfred
Grlllin, Fred Harbinsou. Stephen La-
fleur, Francis Luscombe, Florence
Macdonald, David Miller. Douglas Paterson. Fred Pattinson. Joe Provenza-
no, Freddie Shaw, Teddy Smith, Phy-
lis Wallace, Phyllis Ward. Walker Willis. L\ B. PATERSON.
DIVISION XV.
No. enrolled. 40; ported attendance
22.
Herbert Conic:'. Jock DeWolf. Bar-
til Erlckson. Edward Frott Frank
Harrison, nelsy Hayman, Arthur Hlnton. Enid Home, Gwen John, Fred
Lancaster, Grace McCreery, George
McMurren, Uoslc Naso, Dominic Naso.
Amy Ollln, Gilbert Parker, Marguerite
Pelkey, Phyllis Ryan, Florence Stender, Esther Weston, Winnlfred White,
Gcorgo Wilson.
L. C. HENDERSON. Teacher.
CLEANING — PHBSSINQ
— ItHPAIItING —
Von Will Mnke No Mistake
In Ordering I lint
WINTER SUIT or OVEIICOAT
— From —
H. C. LONG,
The Tailor
Vnn Horne Street
Opposite 0: P. R. Depot
Phone lit!     ::     Phone 410
MONUMENTS
CAMPBELL   A   B1TCU1K
MONUMENTAL   CO.
Nelson
wiiiiiilliiiiliiliiitlliliiiiinmiiiiiiiilliiitiniiniiillitlliliiiiiiiiiniii™
Brick for Sale
Why 1'ny (rom *i!,M to HMO '
Iter M for llrlck,
when you can gel Just as good
maiiiifaciurcd In your own city
from *l2.mi lo *l?.o0 per M at
tlio kiln? No matter what your
requirement la. whether for veneer, solid wull, fire place or
chimney — we can simply you.
i   COLUMBIA MUCK CO.,
i
i
iiiuiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiinmiiim miiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiwiiiiiii	
Fuji Tea Rooms
Next Futa Grocery
MOOD MEALS       tt
ti   TEA OB COFFEE
FRESH BUTTERMILK
T. FUJIYAMA
Milk and Cream
DIBECT FROM
Big Butte Dairy Farm
FHONK 10
Established 1898 Phone 114
Geo. R. Leask
PIONEEU BDtLOEB
AND   CONTRACTOlt
Cabinet Work.   Picture framing
Estimates given on
all classes of work
Olllce: Comer Norbury Aienne
and Edwards Street
SPECIAL
Full Course
Dinner
CDvfctmaa
♦      ♦
Al thi:
Club Cafe
( IIAMlltlMlli
PHONE 165
FOR RESERVATIONS.
CRANBROOK CLEANERS
AND DYERS
Every Garment lent to us to be
Cleaned or lived Is gtv«n
Our Utmost C.irn.
Our knowledge o! Iho Dullness
It your assurance of satisfaction
hare.   Phone, and we will call,
or bring ue your work.
We Clean and Dye Everything.
PHONE   167
JOHN GARD
PAINTER ik
PAPERHANGER
Fall Line of Wall Pnpei
In Stock.
Store, Hanson Avenue
Phone 40S at all hour*
CRANBBOOK     .     .     .     B.C.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
I'KANIIIIOOK TRAIN TIMES
NO il? IIAII.V—To Nelson. Vancouver,
Spokane ele. Arrive 12.10 p.m. leave
12.20 p.m.
NO. 08 DAILY—To Fernie, Lethbrldge,
Medicine Hut, Cnliiry, <*& Arrive
4.10 p.m.; leave 4.20 p.m.
Cranbrook, Yt'yrllffa, Kimberley Her*
vlcei
No. Bit—Leave 7.05 a.m. No. 814—Arrive 2.10 p.m.
Cranbrook, I.nte Windermere ■■<
Golden Service
Monday and Thursday, each week
-NO. 821, leave 9 a.m.     Wednesday
and Saturday—NO. 822 arrive 1.30 p.m.
For further particulars apply to any
ticket acent
J. 1. PROCTOR,
DMltat FUMMHtr AfWt, OelfUI. Friday, December II, llii'.'l
THE   CRANBROOK   HERALD
PAGE SEVBlf
KIMBERLEY a
WYCLIFFE
INTERESTING ITEMS  CONCERNING  HAPPENINGS IN A Nl) ABOUT THE IICSY TOWN    ON THE NORTH BRANCH,   WHERE  MINING, LUMBERING AND FARMING INTERESTS ARE SUPREME-
♦*t+++.t*t.**4.4.4.<.**4.+4,4.+*.      fu   mud
KIMBERLEY       J;l'™»«»*-
NEWS NOTES     I
nub Cafe J    Mrs. Captain Bride lias Joined her
36tf| husband iu Kimberley after residing
in Cifinl'i-ook for some time.
MOST MB AT THE NEW
Private  Personal Chris Unas Greeting Cards iu exclusive designs, anil
moderately priced, at tlio ofllco ot tiie
DIMOR'S I Cranurool. Herald. tf
Mrs. II. Chomat Bponi Uie week-end
in Wycliffe.
Club Cnfe, Crnnbrook, commodious,
Clean, comfortable, i..tr
Mrs. c
U'ii limn
A. Foots wus ,'i
on Wednoeday.
istess ni the
Mr. ami Mrs. J. |'.
liy left tills week foi
l.fivlj nml
V.uicou.t r
Phone, write oi' oi
Bakery, Cranbrook,
Cukes ami Plum Pi
will receive prompt
6D.   Phono 21,
Before deciding on tlml new build-
lug or Unit repair work*, see Geo. II.'
Leask,   ihe   Pioneer  Builder of  Kim
berley and Cranbrook. IStf)
mihh a. McCarty or ihe Cranbrook
teaolilug stuff was a wook-ond visitor
to Kimberley.
:i ni Kummer'a
for Christ mas
ddtngH. Orders t
attoutlon.    Bax
48-41.
list
duy evening
Tbe Banff
rax a decided i
trcheatra danc
on Moil-
Met
Bros.
your   property   with
Martin
35tC
The cookery sale hi the Met
church was well patronized aud a
sum In the neighborhood of tlfiy dot.
lui'H was realized.
W. B. Caldwell h
for Toronto where
Christ inns holiday.
Nexl Thursday in visitors' day at the
lonvlng this week j public school, a short program will
he will spend the I be given in one of the rooms. Parents and others Interested are cordially invited.
Several   car   loads of  (.'ranbrook's
younger set attended the  Banff or-     The Catholic Club is giving a Whist
chestra dance here on Monday eve- Drive and dance iu  the Oddfellows
ning.    This was the orchestra's sec-'Hall to-night, Friday.   You might win
ond appearance here this season and that prize!   Why   not try?
they are expected buck again early In' "™
the new year. An 01cI 'rilll° Diinco iH bem£ held
on New Years I've under the auspices
Aiyone considering taking life in-
surance should consult Martin Bros.,
Cranbrook. They are District Agents
(or Canada's largest life company, and
have specialized In that business for
fifteen years. 15tf
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Hatpin havo
moved into their new quart ovs at the
Conci nirator.
A good crowd attended the I.O.O.F.
banquet and dance on Friday evening
and everyone had a good time.
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Simmon enter
tnlned a number of yoiin? itople on
Wednesday evening.
Plan to have your Christmas Dinner at the new Dimor's Cafe. i!t
Miss  Drummond
end in (ranrook.
tpmtt   the  week-
Announcement
DIMOR'S CAFE
AND ROOMS
Newly constructed, are now
open to the public. You will
find the cafe clean, comfortable
and up-to-dote in every particular. Rooms are furnished with
the best, and have hot and cold
water in each.
A. Johnson
Mens' Furnisher
—D—
BOOTS AS1> SIKHS
Suit Cases urnl Trunks
OVERALLS
Boots and Shoes Neatly Repaired
rt' the G.W.V.A.
Dimor's up-to-date cafe was opened for business ou Wednesday morning. It hi well finished und equipped
and la a credit to Kimberley.
Monday last a car loud of store
fixtures and a complete stock of goods
for an up-to-r>ite jewelry business
was received hy our new Kfuibeiiey
merchant, Mr. J. C. Adams for his
store, opposite Mr. Frank Carlson's
pool nnd billiard hall. The husiness
is lieing commenced ut once and the
people of Kimberley are Invftod to
call and inspect Mr. Adams' stock us
he is sure It will be to their advantage.
They will find many suitable articles
for Christmas gifts. Mr. Adams will
conduct a general jewelry and watch
repair  business.
The completion of the new Dimor
building this week .is another evidence of the growth of the town of
Kimberley as well as the confidence
of those who have money to invest
| In the future of the town. The Dlmor
boys, who started but a little ovei' a
year ago, have by strict attention to
business mudo a success, but feeling
that they could better serve the public with a larger place of business
have built a building that should be
a credit to Kimberley. The cafe is
second to none in the district while
the rooms upstairs are modern and up
to date in every respect, having hot
and cold water In every room. The
cafe will doubtless be rendezvous for
many a social evening over the ten
cups.
Jimmle Ritchie, the human pin j
cushion Is open to meet ull coiners.'
Jimmy would like to boo tho Cranbrook Vels got Into action with a good '
boxing club so as to make things
teroDtllig for Kimberley.
SHIPMENTS OF ORE TO
THE TRAIL SMELTER
Following Is a statement of ore received at the Trail Smelter for the
period December 1st to 7Ui Inclusive.
Name or Mine.        Locality       Tons
Cork Province. Zwicky, B.C   43
Knohhill, Republic, Wash  70
Lone Pine Surprise
Last Chance, Republic, Wash. . 126
Quilp. Republic, Wash 122
Roseberry Surprise, New Denver, B.C.   (lead)      80
islnc)    47
Silversmith, Sandon, B.C. (lead) . J!2
(zinc) . 48
Company Mines     5294
Total
r.sijj
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mWH'
f*m   ^^j": WYCLIFFE NOTES',
Tfapltton'i Rb'umut
t Cap,
For Rheumatism, Lumbago,
Sciatica and Neuritis,
Canada's standard r* nicely ia Femploton's
Rneumaiic C; p mles.
T.R.C'i stop the pain by
removing from t.1 - •
tern the original i au te.
5cn<l via I'Jr for n
sample. Give 90c
toupr.n wa em li ac *
•ample, to your dru
tit. will give you ..
$1.00 box of Te;
Kin inniiii' Cap ulc
I Mrs. E. L. Staples and daughter
LUla-Clalre, left Wycliffe for a short
trip  to  Spokaue,  the  middle ol the
j    Willi  tlte adveui of snow, tbe ski
j j enthusiasts have been polishing und
I I varnishing the hickory, in preparation
j   for more snow and the llrst jump on .
i : the ski  run.
Mrs. F. A. Predrlckson and baby son
mimed home on Tuesday last.
TEMPI-ETON CO., TORONTO
T20
Sold By
CAAMMtOOK   HUH;   &   BOOK
CO.
WORKINGS OF I ATI;
SHOWN' GRAPHICALLY
* IX "NOBODY'S BKIDE
Mr, Norman Trimble has returned
; trom thu "eternal wilderness," and is
! now engaged In ice-making on the
! rluk—case of bein^ ou ice, so to speak
) After a Bummer's absence, Mr, Alec
McDermld has returned to his home,
| arriving on Thursday last.
School re-opened on Monduy as a
result of the decision of the medical
examiner.
I WEDDING      i
IM'NKEKLi:v.l,i:AIUi-:ATEK
A quiet wedding took place recently at Nelson, when Gerald P. Dunker-
ley, eldest sou of Mr. and Mrs. Percy
Dunkerley, of Victoria and Miss Bessie M. Leadbeater, eldest daughter of
Mrs. Leadbeater of Nelson were united In marriage by Rev. F. R. 0.
Dredge of St. Paul's church.
The bride looked charming in a creation of white satin and radium lace. I
Her travelling costume was of navy
trlcotlne with n becoming hat toi
match.    The bride and groom were'
attended by Mr. and Mrs. James Brennan Of Nelson, After the wedding
ceremony ibe party enjoyed a buffet
luncheon al the home of the bride's'
mother. The happy couple left the"
next morning on the Crow boat for;
their future home at Kimberley. A
number of beaut/fu! wedding K;fts \
were received by the newlyWoiIb who
were quite popular in Nelson. Among j
the numerous presents received were
gramophone and a kitchen range.
the gifts of ihe groom's parents, The
groom's gift to the best man was a
pair of gold cuff links, and to the
bridesmaid a gold ring.
I ho ups and downs of 1
mysteries of thut coiuple
known as "Pate" never
strikingly pictured on
than in "Nobody's Bride"
sal photoplay which opens
theatre next Wednesday.
"Xobodys Bride" has I'or its star
Herbert RawllnSon, Since it is an
underworld story of Intensely dramatic character this Is quite fitting.
Rawllnson frequently has been seen
3, aud the
Influence
ere mora
he screen
e Univer-
t tho Star
We regret lo state Unit Mr. Harvey
Staples,  who  recently    left    hospital
and has been visiting at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. A. Staples, has found it
necesBary to return to that institution
for further treatment,    I
hoped thai his complete r<
he effected and that his s
of short duration.
is to be
ivery will
y will be
Au accident to the carriage lu the
mill necessitated u shut-down on Monday afternoon. The two carriage riders were Injured, though not seriously
It is hoped.
Messrs.   .Iii
THE
Otis Staples Lumber Co.,
Limited
Manufacturers all Kinds of Lumber
Pine, Fir, and Larch
SLAB WOOD
SPECIAL ATTENTION LOCAL ORDERS
HIGH CLASS MILL WORK
Enquiries Promptly Dealt With
MILL OFFICE & YARD
Wycliffe, B.C.
*.><..:*•> ***
rilte
There is not a stick of wood in
It. All of the ore is crushed in ball
mills to less than 200 mesh and a'
separation of the zinc and lead sulphides is made In flotation cells, The'
products are a lead concentrate con-;
slating of Hit to 70 per cent lead and
."i per cent zinc concentrate consisting!
of about  12 per cent zinc.    Moth con-1
* All     II l'i'IJ lull I     I i.    tin.     iMIMHlnnfl     In     ill., i '
lain   from   ten   to   twelve   ounces   of
silver   to   the   ton.     These   products
ire shipped to Trail fur smelting and
refining.
|    The mill was designed so that the
Jones   and  LloydI utmost  economy  and  efficiency  are
Crowo   were   die   WyclHTo   repruen- reached  In  handling  mule ore  bet*
tutlves who attended the hockey meet- ween! the mine and the mill, the flow
Ing in Cranbrook hist Tuesday.   This'"1' 'he ore and the ground pulp thru
meeting hns previously been reported the mill and the final handling of the
In full hut we wish to state thai
though prospects for a  local hoc
learn are not very bright, the community seems desirous of the same if ft
iinieu  *"*  "" ■ >"    ■■■■"■   «.....-• ~.  ...- 1
it. al-I Product and the disposal ot the tail-1
ockey   '"Es **' 'be *?"'* nf the treatment Tak-;
NELSON BUSINESS COLLEGE
LEARN   TO   EARS
Individual Tuition
Commence Any Time
Day nnd Might Classes
Complete, Practice! Commercial
Course In Shorthand. Typewriting, Bookkeeping, Spelling,
Commercial English, Commercial Law, Penmanship, Kapld
Calculation, Filing and General
Office Procedure.
For Particulars:
Apply P.O. Box 14, Nelson, B.C.
At  This Time ei  Year
Ebner—"This letter from your son
Herbert IlawHnson in "Nobody's
Bride." at tho Star. Wednesday and
Thursday, December 19 and 20.   -
Sainsbury & Ryan
III II.I»l KS  AMI
CONTRACTORS
Ktitiiiinloi)  QlvOQ unit   Work
tllilininteed
TcleplH s »s;i uml it'll
I IIAMIHOOk      ■      ll.C.
iBBBMBtrairF'inm ,■■'■■        r
WHITELUNCH
NOW OPEN
e   e   e
MEALS AT ALL HOURS
t   •   •
A I.A CARTE SBRVI0B
•   •   •
M1KK   M AS VLCK • Frop.
Che gift Shop
Our stock of suitable Christmas
Gifts  is  most complete
Toj*..   Hulls,  l.jimes   ol  Every
Description)    f/hrfstiniu.    Tree
Ornaments, Handkerchiefs, Gloves mid other Suitable Presents.
PUncy    Work.    Suits.    Dresses,
c . ,   to   choose   i'lv.iu
MRS. V. CALDWELL
+*+++**++***+** ***********
+
*
*
Announcement
DR. 6. LORNE RICE
Has opened a permanent
Dental Parlor in Kimberley,
haying taken a suite over the
Dimor's Cafe.
Dr. Rice will bo In Kimberley until tho 21st inst.,
but will he away for Christ-
urns vacation after that date
until Januury 8th,
In the past few years in this type of
play and has made a name as a he-
man of such smashing tales.
The sum and substance of the story
tils that no matter what station in life
*( the cradle constitutes, a person's po-
Jjsition at twenty-live may be entirely
X different ami  through  no individual
♦ fault.   It's all In "circumstances."
t     The hero of "Nobody's Bride" Is a
jfman  reduced  to practical starvation
♦ jby the triple Influence of poverty, the!    '
*jlcss of love and the entire eclipse of
lie at all possible.
Wyollffe folk who enjoyed ihe Banff
ii si ni dance in Cranbrook ou Friday las! were: Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
Crowo, Mr, and Mrs. It. Whitehead.
Messrs, P. Fraiizen. D. Foster B. Jolinson. J, Pennington, U. Dourneoi.se, E.
Staples and W. Staples.
ll appears that we were iu error
.with regard to n couple of items in
Mast week's column, and we therefore
j offer the world our humblest apologies, since we believe mistakes and
apologies to he lhe common lot of the
columnist (ye editor please take note.
We aim to idea.se ,hut ncuracy Is our
pet ambition, and will continue to be
so—we thaui; you. and Invite cooperation with this end In view.
Ine   everything    into   consideration.[at college Is rather short."
said Mr. Smith. "It Is one of the finest      Si—"Yep.    an" he Is,  too.
plants 1 have seen." ] why he wrote It."
"Ore is hauled from thp mine to the
mill, which are tour miles apart. In]
i.pen cars liy the Canadian Pacific
railway.   The company is completing
ink and boarding houses and a large',
unber oi small dwelling houses to
ke fare ot its employees properly."
v.ui;khan .mining
-man sees big things
at kimberley
OiYichil oi' SiiH'KIiiir Company
Looks Over Big Concentrator Recently
his
■imily
nan
A. Mellor
GENERAL   MERCHANT
STAPLE & FANCY QROCBRIBB
OKNT'S   FURNISHINGS
LADIES ANP CHLDRBN'S
SHOES AND HOSE
- RUBBERS,  OLOVES  BTCk-
—SEE OS POR PRICES—
+♦♦♦*♦♦*♦♦**+*+*♦**«•***•!•*+
When Voi! Think (if liisiiniiiro
— Call Up —
*! business world
tiliis Kilp nnil Is
in  the
Tlio Sullivan  Mine  at  Kimberley,
B.C.. ownetl by the Consolidated Mining & Smelting Company of Canada.
which operates tlie Trail sinelt-
I er, Is one of the largest In the west
social'and I allli Probably contains the largest de-
"bum"
lu short he has lost ""sl1 <"' t""1"1"' z"uM,'a'1 ora know"
,.,,1 Is n common park-bench I'," !.ho w'"'1,'1' »'™'''»"« '" Prank M
Then a new woman, a wo-
jmnn of the underworld, comeB Into
hlfl life, and the old love, a girl or the
jscietv world returns.
BEALE & ELWELL\"■ 5US.
Smith,  smelter director of  the  Hun.
ker  llfl)    and    Sullivan   Mining  and
Concentrating Company, after liiBpetv
,,i ,,,„ ,., I(, 0(,tlnK the property n tew days ago, says
fortune. Rawllnson I"'   ■' :' l:'v:'v
two-nr.tcd   perfor-
I'lione SO      '.:     Crnnbrook Imance, while Alice Lake ami Ednn
■iolc Agents fnr Kimberley TtmaiH*.\Murphy ns the two women aro strlk.
ingly contrasted In type of beauty.
Morrison & Burke
llriilrrs In ('mil nml Wood
TiiwsKKH work hum:
Tell your wives and toll your
friends
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Bruce Robinson
Teacher of Manic
STUDIO) BAKER ST„ CRANBROOK
Phone 295 P.O. Box   762
ROBINSON'S ORCHESTRA-DANCES ARRANGEO FOR
Consolidated Alining & Smelting Co.
Of Canada Limited
orricia, simLTiNa and rbfinino departiibnt
IUIIi,   BimSU   COIiDMBU
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
Fuekuanof Oold, SHrar, Copper, Lead & Zlne Ore*
Froiieen of Gold, Sllter, Copper, Fig Lead and Zinc
"TAPAHAC" BRAND
(ANNOUNCEMENT
THE enr of Store Fixtures and Stock for Christmas
arrived on Monday und Is being placed in our
new store as quickly as possible. II will pay
anyone lo make a point of seeing tlie assortment of
WATCHES, ruil'KS, JEWELRY, DIAMONKN.
(IT GLASS und SILVERWARE
before completing Ibeir Christmas purchases.
NOTHING  IS   tl0ItK  SUITABLE  THAN  .IKWIXRY
FOR A GIFT
Kimberley Jewelry Store
We huve hacked our confidence In Kimlierley with n large investment
May we not solicit your patrounge? It will be tn our mutual advantage.
"For many years H lay (tile because
nr. process uu* Itnowu for dressing i's
complex ores succesetully," lie said
yesterday. "Arter experlmeuting for
several years, tbe Trail smelter poo*
pi i devised a process of separating
il • sine and lead sulphides by selective flotation .'in! they have completed
re eutly a thoroughly up-to-date mill
ai Kimberley .'«!■ the purpose Thu
capacity Is 8,000 inns st day. bul two
thousand tons are being pul through
because u a shortage ot power.
"The mill consists «t steel and gun-
Victoria. — According   :o   an an-
hounceraent  made by    Hon.    T.    D.
Pattullo, minister of lands. British Co-I
lumbia lumbermen have gecured con-j
tracts  to deliver twenty million feet J
of lumber to Japan  during the  next,
three months.   No doubt the ready re-
Bponse which Canada, and British Co-I
tumble in particular, made to Japan's j
need   for help   and relief   supplie^
during tlie most critical time in her
history, was a factor fn the placing '
ol    this    reconstruction business In
this part of the world.   This may be
taken as some recognition on the part
of the  Japanese government of tbe
ready °tfer of assistance wliich Mr.
Pattullo marie to the people of Japan
as soon as he heard of the catastrophe
which befell tlie most populous parts
Ot the island kingdom. I
COMMERCIAL HOTEL
V.llIK, B.C      •      •     JAS. MARKLUND, Prop.
fl.KAM  AM) COMFORTABLE    -   HOT AMI COW WATEB
I.AMI REGISTRY
(Section 160)
ACT
IN   INK   HAITI.I!  ul   SlIUlol   •>)
nf i.nt IMi:!. Group I, i-iiiitiiliiliiir
l.ht    It.ltHI    nClM    llli'IV    nr    Ipaa,
nml i»ii n   (IM 51.100 ncroi)  of
l.nt   (ll'il.
District.
(troop   I,   KiHiU'tuiy
•WMArVWVYrWWrV^aWWWvWMV^rrt^*AWa*a^MaWrVWWi*.
THE ARROW STAGE LINE
IS NOW RUNNING DAILY BETWEEN
Cranbrook and Wardner
Route!—Fort Steele, Bull River,  mul Miinliicr
Leaving Cranbrook:
Cranlironk Hotel I 8 a.m.
WILL HANDLE EXPRESS AND LIOIIT FREIGHT
For Cranbrook, Phone Kootenay Oarage 147
A'.W.tVWKV/
Prnnf liming, tieen filed in my offlre
ot tlm Ions ot Certlflcale of Title No.
1774--A to the above mentlonecl lands,
In the iininen of Peter Lund and Albert Lewis I'tnizenn nml bearing date
tlie 2.1rd Mny. 1918, 1 HEREBY (IIVE
NOTIOE of my Intention al the expiration nf nne calendar month from tlio
firm publication hereof to Issue to the
(mid    Peter   I.nnd  nml   Allien   Lewis
Coutens a provisional Certlflonts of
Title in Hen nf such lost CerllhVato.
Any perr.on linvliiR any Information wiih reference to mieli tout for.
tiflente of Tltlo In requested to com-
munloate with tho onderslgned.
0A.TBD at the Und Registry time*.
Notion, B,Ci tblfl :ird day of Docom-
bor, A.D. 1923.
A. W, II1IBNS
RegUtrar
Ikttii of drat publication,  tlecnnlwr
lib. IMI. «-«
Edmondson's
Dance Orchestra
OPEN FOR ENGAGEMENT
"The Music With The Pep"
PHONE 890 BOX 522
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AtfNARD'S LINIMENT
King of Pain
t\tMd rrfMM i'i- ■■■'v.'.■• ttkrttteeitm ami Srwalita, <,+'  1 meet, Sfrslni, SPeimt,
■•■ ■ lit i- <■/ nn j ic*f sm4 Brunei
KM .If VBD THI PAIN g*
Mus Until TtridatUDi l'lhi,!,»F Si., St TKonui, Onl- "My |r»rv.moth»i «m    // ,
-(,.,,,. 11,. iii. iTiiii jn jtxl mrj \tnMmt (nun my nlaymitn tvfo It the d(iM'
..utiofttM..-. i,lil .'-nRvtni     I -taiolli*. iwlli-* emt faUM l kel<4 thai «*J«UilC
iii   ■ i,BwMi..ii.i»r»iii*M. Iiihm.ii.Ii.1 Qtmjsm urn ilk WI DwMM ■■
, I      I ..I 1 IU ,'■, m^*ib.l1r«l|.,lHll.rBi|y|Uyili*Uvt-|lk*a*lia."
Minard's Liniment Comptny
Umltc4
VAMIOtmi NOVA MXmA PAGE KIGI1T
THE  CRANBROOK  HRRAIiV
Friday, December 14, 1023
a J"
1847 ROGERS & COMMUNITY PLATE
Beautiful and Useful pieces, priced trom $1.35 up
CASE OF THE NEW AMBASSADOR PATTERN, contains
Halt Do/. Tea Spoons
Hall Doz Knives
Sugar shell
Halt Imz Dessert Spoons
Half Duz Forks
Butler Knife
$25.00 Compl
LOCAL
7PEMNG&
Insure with Heale & Elwell.
Auditorium Dance! Xmas Night
Keep the date open. 36-li3
A U Inch MAMA DOLL at the
Cranbrook Drug for only Jli.itO, und
the eighteen Inch is only $4.00.
CRANBROOK   HlU'ti  &   HOOK CO.
"THB HATH ROOM DOOR?"
Auditorium, December 14th. -II;
"THK BATH ROOM DOOR?"
iidltorlum, December 14th.
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Special: Drunswiok I'lionograph,
that plays all records, In beautiful
large and well finished cabinet.
Special price lor Christmas only
$275.00 on terms IE desired".
CRANBROOK   DRUG  &  BOOK CO.
Dr. Wilson Herald, Ear, Nose and
Throat specialist, hns arrived tn the
ciiy, aud will remain ter one week,
lie may be consulted nt the hospital.
"THE HATH ROOM DOOR?1
.iiiiitnriun., December 14th.
41
tu 6ifi Shop
A. EARLE LEIGH
JEWELER
Norbury Avenue - - N«*SsfmSll?
Till; STORE WITH Tin: CHRISTMAS Sl'llill
Not   too   emly   to order Personal
Greeting    Cards.    Exclusive   styles, s
steel Km bus sod ami Single and Folder! t
Styles,   Prices from $1.76 per dozenU
and up.   The lleruld Ofllco. tt|
Sleeping Dolls with lovely curls,j
und haii'-stniTed body, ut 50c„ $1.001
and $1.50 each.   Going Past.
CRANBROOK   DRUG.   &   HOOK CO. 1
PALI. PAIR 1924. If you want one1
he sure to attend meeting In city hall
Wednesday evening, December 26th,
at eight o'clock, 42-43
"THE HATH ROOM DOOR?"
Auditorium, Docember 14th. ll
I Our Crockery, China
I & Glassware Department
SS Is well assorted and ready for your inspection, and
5? contains some very handsome and useful gifts at very   *W
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Annual
Meeting
G.W.V.A.
The aniiiiul inootng ot Cranbrook Branch, Q.W.V.A. will be
held iu Ihe Club Rooms at 7 p.m.
on Thursday, December 27th.
Business:
-ELECTI05 OP OFFICERS—
A Banquet and Musical Program will follow the business
of the meeting. All members in
good standing ure cordially invited to attend.
All those proposing to attend
tiiu banquet will please send in
their names to the. secretary on
or beforo Docember 1.0th.
No Gift will    l>o more appreciated
than your photo.     Wu would suggeHt
making your appointment early,
tf C. VanBRAAM.
HORSES
FOR SALE
Will arrive in Cranbroolt
about Docombor 20tli, with scv-
,.» wall nilllrlioil tennis, u-olgll-
lni! trom :t2no tn 37oo a team,
0 to 8 yours old which 1 will
SUM, FOIl CASH
J.F. Sternberg
j    "THE BATH HOOM 1JOOK'.'"
Auditorium, December Uth, 41
Seo the samples or exclusive Personal Christmas Urcetiug Cards at the
j Herald Olllce. Priced trom »1.16 per
I dozen up. _^ "
lusnrance locks the door bctore the
liorso Ib stolen. Bealo &. Elwell have
I the key for every Insurance lock.
We can y u full line of Men's Women's anil Misses' Shoes.
Our low prices Mill every time.
W. F. DORAN.
Hemstitching.— Mrs.   Surtees,  Garden Avenue. 2tf
Cranbrook Taxidermist
Announcement :?
\ Johnston's
Jitney Line
On and after onday, December 17th, a jitney service will
be in operation in Cranbrook,
with headquarters at the Cosmopolitan Hotel. You can go
'anywhere   in,  town   for   35£
PHONE 54. FOR SERVICE
SATISFACTION GUAIUXTEKI)
stock of Staffordshire Cups and
is has been very pdpular and
ricos are very low and the de-
tho latest, out.
CRANBROOK  DRUG &  HOOK CO.
Make your appointments early for
your Christmas |>hotu and avoid tbe
rush and disappointment. 0, Van
r.i-aum. 37tf
Books oi' all the latest authors. Especially "The Alaskan," by Curwood;
"Another Scandal," Hamilton; "The
Ottflpnrds of Pine Croft" Connor; "Sea
Hawk," Sabltinl; "Michael'* Evil
Deeds" Oppenheira; "Feet of Clay,"
Tuttle; 'Diamond Thieves," Stringer;
"Banner of tho Bull," Sabltini.
CRANBROOK DRUG  &  BOOK CO.
|0\ir No.me
4V On the package is a guaran-
gm tec of tlie tine quality of tho
W elft-
fir       Vmi will lim) It u iileusuro
gfji to select your Christinas gilts
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from our large and varied
stock because, every article
in il was llrst selected for
you In coufi'inlly with our
standard policy, that It musl
be the best oE its kind whatever the price,
■
Our name on the gift paok-
age ensures its hearty welcome iu any home uml also
reflects discriminating taste
on the part of tho purchaser.
¥
| W.H.Wilson
The Jeweler
Our   $1   $2   and $5
tallies   on   display   Monday
morning at 10 o'clock.
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are cleaning up several lines ui
I      Greatly Reduced Prices
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HWIfinMMIflMinM
Watch our West window I'or
Special Bargains every morning from 10 a.in. to 12 noon.
Cfje
•Cranbrook Bazaar!
nvites you to examine their China, Toys, Novelties
Etc., before deciding on your Christmas Gifts.
We have the Finest Selection of
'IIIN'A TEA SETS. JAPANESE WORK BASKETS,
AND TIIE BEST ASSORTMENT OF TOYS
IN THE CITY
See onr Lamp Shales. Poillles, Handkerchiefs, suits,    ,,^
Aprons, Wool, Fancy Work, Combs, Etc. 'S.1^1
. WE AUK MAKING A CLEARANCE OF ALL XMAS C.OODS
-flflrfi. £. IRotortson
FANCY T^III.K ItAIKINH nl  .	
FANCY IMI'OIITBD SPANISH l.AYI'.lt, I II
EMPEROR aUAl'US, par poutttl	
JAP OllANaKS, por Iimx ,	
(IllAI'H Fltl'IT, oltcll   	
CHRISTMAS BTOCKINQB, regular %i.00 ni
kIho nl ...
MINCEMEAT,   Llbhy's hulk, 1
se 15c'	
IIIHl    	
nlan In hottles ami paekagos
FRENCH QLACI3D CHERRIES, por pottnil 	
ALMOND PASTE, ncr lb, 80c nOT {'kK	
MAJIACH1NO CHStRRlES, per hottlo ., 25c 35C :l"
SWEET APPLE CIDER, per nuafl 35c " i"'1' B;'"""
HEAD LETTUCK, each 	
CELER*. very cht 't'e, per pound —	
t ORN ON THE COB por tin, 40C "" :! ("r	
30c * SOe
l'i'"  60c
  25C
  1.10
 20c
otor 75C
25c
30c
50c
35c
50c
$3.28
  . i5c
 15c
  75c
CHOICE SMYRNA FIGS at, per pound 40c •"'' SOC
CRANBERRIES, (To go with the Turkey) pr lb 25C
HONEY, in bulk, per pound   ..•■•,  25C
HONEY. Ill ootnb, each     30C
CHRISTMAS CRACKERS, por lix  SOC iil"1 "l1
FRESH STOCK OF FANCY CHRISTMAS MIXED CANDIES
nnd CHOCOLATES. In bulk nnd Fanoy Boxes.
MIXED NUTS, per pound 35.C m- :! I,0,,ml" fur  $1.00
These Nuis are all strictly fresh stock nnd the
choicest Unit money can buy.
FANCY FRESH ROASTED PEANUTS, por pound   25C
CAKE COMFORTS, per pound    HOC
COCOANUTS, ench    2QC
SPANISH ONIONS. 2 pounds for    25C
F.tM'Y MttNl 11 ROQUEFORT, SWISS (illl VKIIK
AXI1 KRAFT (HF.F.SF.
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SAVE $100
Brunswick!
Special
Tr®
__ir:-,:
Style 120. Mahogany or Oak  $375.00
DoubleTJltona All-Record reproducer, Tone Modifier.
1^ inch Turntable. Automatic Stop. Trimmings
Cold Plated.   Compartments for mo Records.
- .
Special Price tor
Christmas   $275.00
Terms If Desired
Cranbrook Drug
Book Co., Ltd.
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rr>yHs':'J,rrrrrrr.v v*l \tSt7M- rr*m/n.yA!^frtj.\/ v,*^rPTty*i7r*y?C*rg*S j   r^,
Santa Claus Will Be Here Next Tuesday
&        Evening, and Will Meet All the Children Personally
* =================
£ Christmas Cheer comes but Once a Year
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THIS STORE WAS NEVER BETTER PREPARED TO CARE FOR YO UR EVERY THOUGHT,
FAMILY NEED BE DISAPPOINTED — SWEETHEART EITHER — BECAUSE OF SCARCITY
In the Men's and       The Furniture
Boys' Dept.
Dept.
You will find
TIES of EVERY KIND,
COLOR and PRICE
WOOL and SILK
HOSIERY
ARM BANDS - BRACES
IIIIACE SETS
WOOL GLOVES
KID GLOVES
FUR  LINED GLOVES
JAEGER SHIRTS      -      SILK SHIRTS
BROADCLOTH SHIRTS
TIE PINS - CUFF LINKS
HANDKERCHIEFS
BELTS      -     MUFFLERS      -   SWEATERS
CAPS      -      HATS DRESSING GOWNS
SLIPPERS
OVERCOATS
Suggests many acceptable and useful gifts
that will bring joy to the recipient and a
lasting remembrance to the giver.
EASY  CHAIRS  AND ROCKERS
SEWING TABLES    -    SMOKERS  STANDS
DINNER WAGONS    -    WICKER CRUETS
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CHESTERFIELDS BED iLOUNGES
SIMMONS. BEDS        -        DINING  SUITES
BED  ROOM   SUITES - CUSHIONS
DOWN COMFORTERS,
JAEGER  BLANKETS
EVERY DESIRE. NO MEMBER OF THE
OF ARTICLES TO CHOOSE FROM, OR PRICE
The Women's
Dept.
Contains so many beautiful and use fill gilts
it is impossible to mention theiu all, but to
help him decide,
let us suggest
HANDKERCHIEFS
FANCY LINEN
SCARFS
SWEATERS
SILK   STOCKINGS
FANCY WOOL STOCKINGS
EAR PENDANTS
FANCY COMBS
NECKLACES
VANITY CASES
SLIPPERS
SUEDE AND SATIN
SHOES,
R1BBONCRAFT
SILK AND WOOL
DRESSING GOWNS      ,i
SKIRTS COATS    <t
DRESSES
Everything Baby
Wants Including
LOVELY DOLLS     —
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