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VOLUME  12
THE CRANBROOK HERALD.
<*KANBBOOK.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,   FRIDAY,   NOVEMBER 86, 11109
NO.  11
A Land Slide for McBride
THE ELECTORATE OF BRITISH COLUHBIA ENDORSE HIS
RAILROAD POLICY AND ADMINISTRATION
Latest Report Gives—CONSERVATIVES, 38; LIBERALS, 2 ; SOCIALISTS, 2
THOMAS CAVEN IS ELECTED IN THIS DISTRICT BY 263 PLURALITY
THE VOTE   IN   THE   DISTRICT
Polling Placo.
Caven—Conservative.
Fitch—Socialist
Macdonald—Liberal
Plurality
Cranbrook—
A. to C	
106
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70
*      50
10
62
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M. to Mc	
79
48
N. to R	
53
31
06
49
423
1
304
118 c. .
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55 c.
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20 c.
Crothers Mill 	
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The election i.s over, the skies are
clear and the Conservative government ol llritisli Columbia have won
thc greatest victory in the history ol
thc provinee. Premier MeBride and
his railway policy have been sustained by an overwhelming vole, and as
fresult tlm- w"1 '"' „8i°"TV"
tivre 2 Liberals and 3 Socialists.
The fesult is one that should teach
K^bcl-als a U«on In *M>«^
irn-e       The   Conservatives   bad     a
i-L ..-.-ll      On the other liaml   tl«"
tZtditml, .r™i«.i™ <«-;
Vam-ouver to   I rows Nesl, ami  ■»•"
The government   had charge oi .wre
voters lists und naturally that
wull In'a handicap to the oppos-
U The ftght  has Inn. made and
a. ns lbe l.ihevals are eoneerned
tho AkM bus been lost. Those wfco
Z the Uberal ranKs beUra In
he railwav policy advanced by the
Sr ri partv\.n.lert.hjMeadershipo
John Oliver.     Their idea was at
it was bolter to encourage the buiM-
igTnSny railways lor the development ot the province rather than to
concentrate the credit of the province
on the building of one or two railways. The result of this campaign
is shown by a large majority that
the people of the province of Hritish
Columhia apparently prefer the policy
outlined by tlte McBride administration. We have a great province in
Hritish Columbia—a grand domain—
and we are bound to Ik- prosperous
under any government, but those in
charge of the affairs of this province
have a heavy responsibility ami must
not overlook thc fact that every
citi/en has his rights and that those
wlio arc at the head of the government must protect those rights.
There are manv reasons for the results ol the election. Hut the results have been so overwhelming
that it is hardly necessary to discuss
them. The Herald lias always heen
tor the best interests of East Kootenay. It will continue to be so. It
has been during the campaign an advocate of Liberal principles. It did
not believe that ihe McBride railway
policv was a good one for Ihe province It bus done what it could to
advance thc politicul interests of Mr,
M. A. Maodonald, who was the candidate lor the Liberal parly in this
district. A better light was never
made than thai by Mr. Maodonald.
Ilo presented the main issues of the
campaign in a concise and intelligent
manner. I le was a gentleman
throughout the campaign, having been
a resident of the district only a
few years and having no opportunity
as a poor man to get out ami get
acquainted with the people, he was
handicapped in the work. But when
the returns came in he showed himself to be a good loser. He met the
people smiling and affable as usual
aud nude many friends among those
who voted against him. Mr. Macdonald has made a record in this
district during the past campaign
and although defeated in this election he will be heard from again.
The people like him. They admire
his intelligence, his manliness, his
honesty and his straightforward
work in every act of his life.
Naturally Hie Conservatives were
jubilant over the victory last night.
Mr. Caven, the successor ot Dr.
King, is a strong favorite in the
district. He has a strong following
with the laboring men and a personality that has attracted hundreds to
htm in the two campaigns that he
has engaged iu. The Herald believes Mr. Caven will do all in his
power in his capacity as member to
advance the interests of the Cranio ook district, especially as he will
be a member that will have the ear
ol the government.
PRESENT PROVINCIAL RETURNS
Constituency
Alberni 	
Atlin	
Cariboo	
Cariboo	
Columbia 	
Cowichan 	
Comox	
Cranbrook	
Chilliwack	
Delta	
Dewdney 	
Esquimalt 	
Fernie	
Grand Forks 	
Greenwood 	
Islands	
Kamloops 	
Kaslo  „
Lillooet	
New Westminster	
Nanaimo 	
Newcastle 	
Nelson	
Okanagan  ,	
Revelstoke	
Richmond 	
Kossland	
Saanich	
Similkameen 	
Skeena	
Slocan	
Vancouver *,...
Vancouver  ,
Vancouver 	
Vancouver 	
Vancouver 	
Victoria 	
Victoria 	
Victoria 	
Victoria 	
Yale	
Ymir	
Conservative
llr. II. E. Young .
Dr. II. Callahan ..
I. A. Fraser	
W. II. Hayward 	
Michael Manson „	
Thomas Caven 	
S. A. Cawlcy 	
,1. Mackenzie	
W. ,1. Manson  .....
II. I). Ilcimckcn	
W. II. Koss	
I-lrnest Miller	
I. R. Jackson	
,\. E. McPhilllps	
J. P. Shaw	
Neil F. Mackay	
Archibald McDonald .
T. OiBord 	
Harry Wright 	
Hon. Price Ellison 	
Hon. Thomas Taylor	
Hon.   F.    L.    Carter-Cotton .
W. R. Braden	
D. M. Eberts 	
L. W. Shatlord 	
William Manson	
William Hunter	
Hon. W. J. Bowser	
A. H. B. MacGowan	
Dr. O. A. McQuIre	
H. II. Watson	
C. E. Tisdall	
Hon. R. McBride	
II. B. Thompson 	
II. F. W. Beimsen	
Fred Davey	
Hon. R. McBride 	
James Schofleld	
Liberal.
II. C. Brewster .
Socialist.
J. A. Buekhani .
I. II. Hawthornthwaite .
, Parker Williams 	
NR. MACDONALD'S STATEMENT
To the Editor of the Herald-
Dear Sir—Kindly atlow me through
your paper to express my sincerest
thanks to mv friends and supporters
throughout the Cranbrook district,
in the recent contest. I realize and
appreciate tbat the men who supported me did so voluntarily and in
a whole-hearted way, believing, as I
believed and still believe, that it was
in tbe pubtic interest to do everything possible to overthrow the McBride government at the present
time.
To all who supported me I take
this opportunity of extending my
warmest thanks and trust they aro
not unduly discouraged at the result. Personally I am not at all
discouraged and "any regrets I have
are altogether for those who worked
hard on our behalf, expending time
and lahor Involving considerable expense in an effort to defeat the government under conditions which gave
the party in power a tremendous advantage.
There were conditions existing in
this riding    and I believe generally
throughout the province and methods
pursued which account tor the general
result and steps must be taken to
bring about a change.
I am pleased to Ire able to sav that
I went through the contest with Mr.
Caven without arousing any personal
feeling on either side.
Yours truly,
M. A. Macdonald.
ADDITIONAL LOCALS
Big sale of fancy work at the S. A.
hall November 30th.
TO HKNT—Furnished room with
bath. Applv R. Dixon, Armstrong
Ave. Il-3f
WANTED—A nurse girl. Apply
to Mrs. P. W. Oreen. 3!l-:it
Bed Cross Pickles in all varieties
xt J. Manning's, the Cash Grocer.
Christmas shopping at thc Christmas shop, Auditorium, December
14.—mwI-Da-9
The regular council meeting which
should take place on Wednesday, December 1st, has been postponed until
3rd December.
N. J, McArthur, lormerly witb the
Fink .Mercantile Co., but iow engaged in business at Milk Rtvet, Alta.,
arrived in tht city today on business
connected with his firm.
"The Foreigner," Ralph Connor's
new book, a great western slor),
now- on sale at Beattie and Atchison's.
"Pies like mother used to make"
at the Christmas shop, Auditorium,
December 14.—mw(-D2-9
New Christmas goods arriving
daily at ,1. Manning's, the Cash
Grocer,
Presents for pa at the Christmas
shop, Auditorium, December 11th.—
mwf-Da-9
Red Cross Pickles in all varieties
it J. Manning's, tbe Cash Groeer.
Everything but fish in the fish
pond at- thc Auditorium Christmas
shop, December 14.—mwf-D3*fl
Winter is here. Make vour collapsible carts also do for winter. We
cau fit them out with runners at
a very small cost.—Patmore Bros.
New Christmas goods arriving
daily at J. Manning's, t*e Cash
Grocer.
Don't miss the Xmas sale on Tuesday Tuesday afternoon at the S. A.
hall, Hanson avenue.
FOR S A LE—Five-roomed house
on Baker Hill in good condition;
plastered; water laid on, woodshed,
etc. For particulars apply G.
Lloyd, Royal hotel. 33-tl
Wben a cold becomes settled in the
system, it will take several days
treatment to cure it, and the best
remedy to use is Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. It will cure quicker
than any other, and also iea-.es the
system in a natural and healthy
condition. Sold by all druggists
and dealers.
"The Foreigner," Ralph Connor's
new book, a great western story,
now <*u sale at Heattie and Atchison's.
Come and hear ihe Cranbrook
Caruso, at the Christmas shop on
December llth., at the Auditorium,—
mwf-D2-9
TO LET—Two roomed cottage;
suitable for light housekeeping.     Ap-
v -lohn Leask, next Wentworth
hotel. 894|
TO LET—One furnished room. Ap-
"•iv John Leask, next Wentworth
hotel. sg-tf
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HORTBN5B   NIELSEN
AUDITORIUM
TWO   NIGHTS I!
To-Night and Saturday Night, November 26th and 27th
SPECIAL SPECIAL
THE   DRAMATIC   EVENT   OF   THE   SEASON
America's Greatest Emotional Actress
HORTENSE   NIELSEN
Supported by NORVAL MACGREGOR and her New York Company of  18 people.
TO-NIGHT,   FRIDAY,   NOV.  26th
in Hermann Sudermann's Great Play
"MAGDA
99
ai played by Mrs. Patrick Campbell in London, and Hortense Nielsen
in  New York,  Chicago, St. Louis, Boston, and all  the
cities in the U, 8. A.
TOMORROW EVE, SAT., NOV. 27
Henrik  Ibsen's Masterpiece
'A DOLL'S HOUSE'
After a year's run ut the Bijou Theatre, New York City.   Miss Nielsen
has here tho same great Cast and Production that played
at all the large cities last season
NOTE.—On account ol the obange ol
date., Manager Koherta wan aliln lo make
arrangementa witli ths Elorlenit Mel,on
Company to .top oil hen- lor two night, on
their way to thecoa.t.
Thii »ill lie the Dramatic Event of tke
Season. No one .hoiili) mill feeing thi.
great artre.i in two nl lhe greatest pltyi
ever written. This company play in all
the citiea ami alway, at high prices; hut
there will lie nu advance in price ma'le
here.   Nmeat over (1 Un
This attraction Is guaranteed and
anyone can  have their
money  back  that
wants It.
3BAT8   NOW   ON   SALE
NO ADVANCE   IN   PRICE
Prices 50c, 75c, $1 THE  CRANBROOK  HERALD
2.00 A YEAR
THE   PAPER  THAT   IS  READ   RY  THB   PEOPLE
NOVEMBER iiii, J 909
ORANBROOK HERALD
By the Ht-ralil   Publishing Company,
' Limited.
K. .1. IX-anc*, Managing Kditur.
tlWORIAL NOTES
TIME IN  THE OLD TOWN
LAST NIGHT.
The   Conservatives    captured   tlw
town lust night.     lt was their town
because they won lhe fight   and when
the   news   wus announced   and absolutely confirmed    that Mr, Often
was elected as the next mom bin   ot
parliament his    followers went era'/.)
with  delight.     They formed in    a
procession In the middle of tho main
street and    with brooms aflame and
with burning oil  they cheered tu the
echo the name of Caven.    Later they
t;ot a rig   with   ropes attached ami
widing the successful candidato they
foroed him into a scat and gave him
•a triumphal ride through the streets
ul tho city and down to his home. It
was a Conservative night   and   the
Conservatives were on deck, as they
had a right to be after the victory
tbey had accomplished,       lt was an
intense evening but one of the best
on au election   night ever seen     in
Cranbrook.      There   wus an absence
of bitterness at all the gatherings at
thc various places in town and good
feeling prevailed everywhere.      When
M.  A. Macdonald, the Liberal candidate, appeared upon the scene he was
received   with   cheers,     No man   in
Hritish Columbia is a   better   loser
than    M.   A. Macdonald,   and those
who voted against   him in this election fullv   appreciate the fact.      He
was on the street last night meeting
Lhose who had been     his supporters
aud also those who had been opposed
to   him,       There was no (Hlterenco
witb Mr. Maodonald in regard      to
those whom he met.     He was      the
same "Mac" with every man that he
came   iu   contact witb.     lie hud   a
smile    for   everyone, a shake of the
hand and a good word.   That is   the
kind of action that makes friends for
any man, whether he be in politics or
husiness.       As   we have said licfore
Mr.     .Macdonald   is   a   commanding
figure in    lhe political field of British Columbia.     Vou cannot keep bim
down, for the reason   that   he      is
au honest man amt has the confidence
of the people ami iu addition to this
fact hi- possesses ability that   commands the admiration of the people,
It is a cause for sincere gratitude
that tlie hut of the peasant can be
made bright and cheery as well as
the home of the king. There is such
a thing, where there is an abuiulauce
of wealth, as overdoing ornamentation and making it heavy aud uninviting. We have been in parlors
that were mined bv a too lavish display of wealth. That is not the
way to make a home bright.
The lirst step in that direction   is
for the   husband     and wife to      be
bright and   light-hearted themselves.
It has been said more than a million
limes   tbat     if     the     wife desires
lo keep her husbaml, she must     alwavs Ir1 cheerful,  good-huiiioii'il,  and
smiling, aud that her home must   be
iu goud order, never forgetting     lo
have his supper well cooked and hot.
In othor words, every time this     is
said,  Hie statement seems to Im Intended to Ik-   made,   that the happiness of the husbaml   depends wholly
upon the wife.     She musl amuse the
husband, and    between amusing hlm
and the   children   lhe poor woman
will often haVO her hands full, for if
she has a husband that expects to be
thus entertained, she will llkelj   find
him the most petulant child iu   tho
circle, ami will often wish that   she
had strength and authority enough to
spank aud put him to hod.     It is the
duty of the wife to do her part    toward making tho home pleasant    and
cheerful, ami it is the duty    of   lhc
husband to do just as much   as   the
wife docs.    He has no excuse for not
doing it.     No plea ol weariness    is
sufficient,    The    wife is weary, too;
perhaps more so than be is.     It   is
his   duly to   meet  her smiles   with
smiles, and her efforts to make the
home   one   of contentment and cheer
with equal effort.     His home is   no
place for him to play the drone. Ills
.larticiilar     business, when he enters
Ills home i.s    to show    that he is a
member   of the    family and not   a
mere hoarder,     Let him relieve   the
wife of all the responsibility he   can,
play    with the   children, romp with
them like a schoolboy, put them   to
bed, and rock the cradle, if such   an
unwise thing as rocking the cradle is
done in the home,     if both husband
and wife will vie with each other
making the fireside happy, they   will
do justice to each other aud take
very     long   step   toward   making
model home.
the winter. Young men will find
this a pleasant way to spend their
winter evenings. Basket ball announcements will shortly he made,
in all probability a game will he arranged this week.
BAPTIST     CHUKCH   SKRVH'KS.
"A Defeat That Was a Victory,"
at the morning service, and "A
Victory Thai Was a Defeat," at the
evening service, us seen iu the lives
of the two Sauls, will be the subjects discussed by the pastor, Chas,
IV. King, of the Baptist church.
Public worship, 11 a.m. ami 7.30
p.m., bible school, i p.m., I'hilethca
Vouna 1.miles and Baraca Voung
Men's classes, ami classes for everybody.
Voting Peoples Union meeting,
Momlay, K p.m. aud mid-wcok meeling, for prayer ami praise, 8 p.m.
A cordial Christian welcome to nil
strangers.
The work of completing the parsonage is progressing nicely. The electric and carpenter finishing will be
under way this next week.
didn't they give us a lick-
HILL & COMPANY
Dress Goods
Whoop
Ing.
The MeBride government has all
the ' responsibility for the coming
term and the people of British Columbia hope for their adjustment of
the people's Interests.
In the defeat of John Oliver the
people of Hritish Columbia lost a
man in parliament who was honest
and sincere in every move that he
made as a member of parliament.
There never was a single act on the
purl of lhat gentleman that was not
for the benefit of the people. Thc
time will come when the electors of
Delta will again demand the election
.,f Mr. Oliver. His defeat is a loss
to British Columbia.
There seems to be no question that
the overwhelming defeat of the Llb-
eral party in the provinee of British
Columbia at this election will mean
tbat Premier McBride will retire
from polities in this province and eater into the arena of Dominion politics with the idea ot becoming successor of Mr. Borden, as leader of
the opposition. Throughout the
Dominion there has been talk along
this line and the opponents of Mr.
Borden have been waiting to see
what the result would bo in thc election iu British Columbia. That is
now settled and Mr. MeBride is
doubt a commanding figure in Conservative politics in thc Dominion of
Canada.
We have met thc enemy ami we arc
theirs.
Mr. Bowser, the present attorney-
McBridc as premier. That is "the
general will no doubt succeed Mr.
hardest blow that British Columbia
can receive.
One advantage of the Conservative
party in this campaign was the control of the voters list. It has been
remarked by some that it was shameful how the names ot Liberals were
stricken from the list and those of
Conservatives allowed to remain on.
Be as It may, it seems that all
is politics anil those in power always
have the advantage.
SATURDAY NIGHT REVERIES.
Boys, do not forget that profanity
is a mark of low breeding. Show
us thc mun who commands the best
respect; an oath never trembles on
his tongue. Bead thc catalogue of
crime. Inquire into the character
of thoso who depart from virtue.
Without a .single exception you will
them lo lie profane. Truth is one of
thc rarest gems. Many a youth has
lieen lost to society by allowing it
to tarnish and foolishly throwing it
away. If this gem still shines iu
your bosom, suffer nothing to displace it or dim its luster.
This has been a great year for
landing, so called, great men behind
prison bars. Mayors of metropolitan cities, supervisors, bank presidents, cashiers and even senators,
arc today wearing prison garbs, who
year ago were leaders of men. A
desire for wealth is commendable.
No young man should allow himself
in be discouraged nor his ambition
to lie dampened by the present common outcry against wealth. Thc
opportunities which riches afford the
possessor for doing good in this
country are so numerous and ample
that wealth, properly used, may be
tbe means of making up the musl
admirable characters, while those
who are inclined to depart from the
path of rectitude would do so as
quickly iu one condition as in another. To save money and amass a
fortune, if done with a propir motive, is not only a laudable ambition, hut a duty. It is a duly to
one's self, one's family and the community in which one lives. It is
providing for old age, for calamity
in business, or sickness, for the
means of helping the poor and relieving the oppressed. Tliere can be
no better instruction given a young
man than that which impresses a
true appreciation of the worth of
money, Such an early impression
.could have saved many a man ami
many a family from serious misfortune, discomfort, unhappiness und
even crime. The making of money
and saving of money, as distinguished
from the miserly love of money
which is said to Ik the root of all
evil, should he the aim of all voting
men who start out in lire for themselves. They include habits of
industry that lead to contentment
and often ward off dissipation, want
and future misery. It was not the
gathering in of wealth that has sent
so many leading men to prison, it
wns the unlawful manner in which
they endeavored to reap their harvest. All tbe wealth a young man
cau honestly accumulate will do hlm
moro good than harm.
Rambling Reveries
BY A DREAMER
Children should be trained to behave ut home as you would have
them behave abroad. It is the
home life which they act out when
away. In the actions of children
strangers ean read a history of home
life. Something is wrong in those
homes where the little courtesies of
speech are ignored in the everyday
home life. Scolding is never allowed; reproof and criticism from parents must have their time and place,
but should never intrude so far upon
the soeial life of the family as to
render the home uncomfortable; a
serious word in private will generally
cure a fault more easily than many
public criticisms. So teach the
children to Ih- high-minded, cheerful
and loving, and, above all things, to
cultivate a sweet disposition.
TIIE   LIFE   OF THE HOME.
Homes must Im- attractive to he
happy homes. This does not necessarily implv expenditure of    money.
A HIGH-CUSS ATTRACTION
WAG-DA"        AND    "A     DOLL'S
HOUSE" TO   HE PRESEAT-
ED HV HOHTENSE NIELSEN'S COMPANV.
The Horlcnse Nielsen company
will hold the boards at thu Auditorium Kriday and .Saturday evenings.
Iloitense Nielsen's great success in
■Wlagda" has brought her name before the public as one of America's
greatest emotional actresses aud
many of our best critics have pronounced her performance of "Magda"
as being far superior to any seen on
the American s-tage, bul after all her
ahilily to act is a hereditary disease.
II runs in the blood even to the
third and fourth generations. For
proof positive note the sudden rise of
the talented Danish actor, Erasmus
Nielsen, a member of the great
Nielsen family of actors and singers.
.Miss Nielsen has arrived and the
first lew performances convinces mc,
says Amy Leslie, of the Chicago
Daily News, lhat her exceptional
ability is paving a road for the
great" masters, which no other woman has been able to travel.
Mr. Merman Sudermann, the author
of "Magda," has achieved surprising
success, passing from novel writing
to dramatic authorship. He has a
stvle ol the utmost distinction and
is well skilled in technique. His
luustcrpeiee "Magda," is absolutely
original. No play bas ever produced
more impressive effect upon an
American audience. When it ceases
to be performed, it will still hold a
permanent and important place in
tiie libraries of dramatic literature.
Though a psychological story, there
is no concentration of attention upon
morbid conditions. All these have
passed More the play begins. There
Is no passion for mere passion's
sake. Its development proceeds
from Hie energies of circumstances
and character.
Mr. Su derma n, unlike some of
the new dramatists, is not lacking
in humor and the snobbishness,
stuffy, etiquette ami scandal monger-
ing of a provincial town are well il-
lus-tratcd by the minor characters.
Into this atmosphere comes the
whirlwind from the other world with
fatal efiect. It is scarcely possible
lo conceive more varied and intense
emotions naturally and even Inevitably envolved from the action of a
single day. The value of thc drama
lies in the sharp contrasts bet ween
the new and old alternately commanding, in their strife, the adhesion of the spectator and reader. The
preparation for the return of thc
prodigal daughter occupied nn entire
act, and invests her entrance with
an interest which increases until the
tremendous climax. Yet thc proud,
martinet lather eommnnds our respect and sympathy; ami the pastor,
III bis enlightened self-conquest, is
(he antithesis alike of the narrowness
ami lawlessness of parent and child,
and remains the hero of the swift
tragedy,
It Is not uncommon that the scrupulousness attending circumstances
where partiality would be a natural
impulse, makes criticism even
unusually exacting.
Our itock of Dress Goods
in this district, and for
is the  most  complete
ONE   WEEK   ONLY
we have   decided   to   give   our   Lady   Customers      tj
chance to obtain Ooods at Wholesale Prices.
Below we give you several examples of the prices
which you will be unable to duplicate elsewhere for
the same quality of goods.
Wool Crepe,       -      reg. $i.oo for 65c.
In several different shades.
Our All Wool Tweeds, reg. 85c. for 55c.
Suitable for School Dresses, Skirts, etc.
Meltons,     -      -      reg. $1.40 for $1.10
in Orey, Plum, Oreen and Black
Panamas and Voiles, reg. 1.00. for 65c.
In Cream and White, suitable for evening wear.
Our stock of TKiriMINOS to match the above is
the largest and mott varied in the Interior, and we are
offering these at prices which are practically cut in two.
Plant mu amongst the girls, at the
Christmas simp nn December 1 Ith, at
the AutliUirlum.—mw!-D2-(l
THE CHURCHES
November 28th.
The pastor will preach at It and
7.30.
Sunday School session at 3, with
Bible classes for men and women.
League prayer service at 7 p.m.
At (he close of the morning serv
a fellowship service will be held    to
which all    members and friends     of
the church are invited.
Tuesday—An at home will bo held
at tbe parsonage for the Kpworth
League at 8. Mr. and Mrs. Hughes
cordially invite all who care ti
come, to spend a social evening with
them and tho members of the league.
Thursday—Prayer     service   nt
Visitors very heartily welcomed   to
this, and all other services in      the
church.
The Sacrament of thc Lord's Supper will be administered after thc
morning service on Sundav, December 5th.
The gymnasium is now open, and
things will Ih. going In full swing for
HILL & COMPANY
CRANBROOK'S
GREATEST STORE
SAVE MONEY
Hy having us   do   your painting and
paper hanging now.
I). H. SHORT,
The Paint Shop.
 *——
Conic ami listen to the band; the
vaudeville will he grand; and sure to
he well manned; it will likewise be
very crammed. And don't you lor-
Ki-t the date at the Auditorium
Christmas shop, December 14th.—
mwl-D2-9
HOHTENSE  NIELSEN AT AUDIT01UUM   TONIGHT   AND   TOMOR-
HOW NIGHT IN "MAODA" AND "A DOLL'S HOUSE."
The attention ol
Sawmill Men
is requested.
Wi- want you  to look
the merits of the
into
DREADNOUGHT
MILLING FILE
The simplest and most ruilical
improvement in Files ever
conceived.
WHITE   FOB  HOOKI.ET
J. D. McBRIDE
Hardware Cranbrook, B.C.
DE VERE HUNT
AGENT
Lite and Fire Insurance ■ Real Estate
Ollice—Up stairs over Barns' Dry
Goods Store
Come In and let me quote you rates
Talking Shoes
We have heard a great deal about talking:
machines, but who ever heard about TALKING
Shoes. Yet we want to tell you that every pair ol
shoes that leaves our store is continually proclaiming: the merits ol our goods. They are the most
effective talkers. This is a continual occurence for a
customer to come and ask for shoes like their
neighbor got or a pair like the last ones they, got
here. "They were the most comfortable shoes I
have worn for a long time and I want another
pair," is what they say.
Our Fall Lines of Ladies' and Mens' are the
newest designs and perfect styles. THB CKANBROOK HERALD
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
MEAll OFFICE, TORONTO
I-SIAIll.lslll.il 1807
b.«. waikb,prcsidcr.t l Paid-upCapital,$10,000,000
•uhuobr laird,General Manajer ] Reserve Fund, -  6,000,000
Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States and England
SAVINGS BANK DliPARTMENT
Deposits of $1 and upwurds nro received and interest allowed at current
rates.    Accounts may bo opened in thc names of two or
more persons unit u itlulniwnls made by any
one of Uiem or hy tlie survivor, 124
R. T. Brymner, flanager Cranbrook Branch
VOTE
for  the   Drug   Store  that
gives you "Just what the
doctor   orders."     Nothing
more, nothing less.
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ROYAL BANK OF CANADA I
Incorporated IHlll)
Head Office: Montreal, Quebec
CAPITAL PAID UP - - $ 4,700,000
RESERVE .... 5,400,000
TOTAL ASSETS   -     -     -     55,000,000
II. L. HOLT, President
K. L. PJ3ASE, General Manager
Accounts   of   Finns.   Corporations   nml    Individuals   J [
solicited.       ' - >
Out-of-town business rooeivea every attention.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.-Deposits of 81.00 nnd !!
upwards received nnd interest allowed at current rate. ''
No formality or delay in withdrawing.
A General Banking business transacted.
Cranbrook Branch: W. A. SCHWARTZ, Mgr. *
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a few weeks left
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Only
in which to iniike your 'Xmas Purchases.   Doni forget that i >
our stock is the largest and lu*st we have ever shown before. , >
and no matter what your needs are in the Jewelry line we j J
can supply them.     Wise buyers are already having goods i >
laid aside.   Any goods purchased now will  be kept  until ..
called for.
W. H. WILSON.
Jeweler   And
Graduate    Optician
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The Cranbrook  Agency Co. ♦
HOX          Roi   Estate,  Insurance,   Employment Phono
"•• Customs   Brokers.       "" " -s"
For Quick Returns in
Real Estate
see
WARD & LITTLE, g&&«Sg5
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Don't   Neglect   Your
Fire   Insurance
Look out  for ovt'Hii'.'iteil Hues and   furnaces:
but   bettor   slill   Proteot   Yourself   witli   a
FIRE-PROOF
INSURANCE    POLICV
Issued by
BEALE & ELWELL
CRANBROOK
B. C.
READ THE HERALD
MICHTON'S ANNUAL
CHRISTMAS   DRAWINC
COMPETITION
NOW ON
PRIZES   RANGE    FROM
50cts. to $50.00
All selected from my New and
Up-to-date  Stock,
Comprising—
Cigars   Cigarettes   Pipes   Tobaccos
Pipe Racks   Smoker Setts
Tobacco Pouches   Tobacco Jars
Ash Trays   Smokers' Cabinets
Cigar Moisteners
Cigar and Cigarette Cases
Cigar and Cigarette Holders
Match Safes   Cigar Jars
Smokers' Companions, etc.
The Largest Stock of  Fine  Goods  in
the   Interior  of  B. C.
S. J. MIGHTON
The  Tobacconist*
CRANBROOK,   -   -   B. C.
L0CAUI0TES
PICKED UP ABOUT THE CITY BY
ASKING QUESTIONS OF
MANY PEOPLE.
TO KENT—17 rooms over stoic.
Would like to have some family tako
them all. Cheap vent will be given
Uie right parties. Apply Campbell
-.V Manning.
I used to be afraid tfi go home in
lhe dark, but don't bo afraid to
come to the Christmas shop at thc
Auditorium. December 11th. —
imvl-D2-9
Have vour clothes made ia Cran-
brook.—Dave Small A: Co., first-class
ladles and gents tailors.
Fine assortment of mottoes, suitable for Xmas gifts at the S. A.
hall.
Runners (or collapsible carls make
.1 go©h child's sleigh. Get tbem
titled at Patmore Bros.
FOR SALE—Dominion organ in
good repair; terms; cheap for cash.
Apply Joseph Walkley at P. Woods
A Co., meat market. 38-tf
There comes a night! It's December the fourteenth, at the Auditorium.—mw!-D2-9
Do vou want a good working apron
for mother? Come to tho sale at
the S. A. hall on November 30th.
"The Foreigner," Ralph Connor's
new book, a great western story,
now on sale at Beattie and Atchison's.
Young Cranbrook militant. Sec
nur boy sing. Auditorium, December
Uth.—mwf-D2-fl
Sec our Sask-Alta ranges before
buying. They do not cost any mon
than some of the ordinary ranges on
lhe market and have many modern
Improvements.—Patmoro Bros.
K1IIST CLASS COOK OPEN FOR
engagement; hotel or restaurant;
good all round mnn. Replies P. O.
Box  1158, Calgary, Alta. 38-3t»
Have vour clothes made in Cranbiook.—Dave Small & Co., first-class
iadies nnd gents tailors.
Neckties and slipper pockets for
Ihe hoys. Tuesday s the day to get
them at the S. A. sale.
The Wenl worth hotel, under thc
management of "Seottv" Buchanan,
has made some great improvements
in the Wentworth hotel during the
past month, that have cost a good
manv hundred dollars. A bathroom
mi the second illoor has been installed and toilets on the first floor,
placing the hotel ln the front rank
so far as modern conveniences are
concerned. The Wentworth, since it
was purchased by Mr. Matheson, has
been improved until today it ranks
with the best hotels in the Interior.
Good home made bread and cake
and a good cup ot tea at thc sale on
Tuesday.
Croup Is most prevalent during thc
nry, cold weather ol the early winter months. Parents ot young
children should be prepared for it.
All that is needed ls a bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Many
mothers aro never without it in
their homes and it has never disappointed them. Sold by all druggists
and dealers.
Just arrived—A full shipment of
men's high class shoes.—A. C. Pye.
Visit our store Saturday night and
see the new goods we arc opening up
—Cranbrook Drug & Book Co., Ltd.
Thc Knox Guild Club, of the Pres-
bytorian church, will give a concert
on thc 2nd of December. There will
be recitations, dialogues, choruses,
lolos and drills by thc club, and the
entertainment will be oue that every
body iu Cranbrook should attend, as it
wilt be pleasing in every respect and
is given for a purposu that commends the object to the people o!
the community. The ladies have
worked hard and the people should
assist them in every way possible.
Hurten.se Nielsen's engagement at
the Auditorium on November 2litli
and 27th will lie the dramatic evetit.ol
the season. To lovers of the drama,
Ilortensc Nielsen's aiigagement here
will be of more than usual interest.
She will appear in Herman Suder-
mann's masterpiece "Magda,"
which has caused more widespread
discussion than any other play of
recent years. "Magda" is the most
human and appealing; the story o(
the lather's right lo command his
daughter to live tho life he sees fit
and to give up her career and marry
the man of his choice, arouses an interest which Increases until thc tremendous climax. The original production is carried complete.
See the Royal Doulton and Wedge-
wood china and thc bargains in them
at the Cranbrook Drug Ac Hook Co.,
Ltd.
Many school children sufler from
constipation, which is often the cause
of seeming stupidity at lessons.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets arc an ideal medicine to give
a child, for they are mild and gentle
in their effect, and will cure even
chronic constipation. Sold hy all
druggists and dealers.
MINERAL ACT.
(Form F.)
CERTIFICATE      OF     IMPROVEMENTS.
NOTICE.
RENO A N D J U NO MIN E It A L
CLAIMS, SITUATE IN THE
FORT STEELE MINING DIVISION OF EAST KOOTENAY
DISTRICT.
WHERE LOCATED: ON TIIE
WEST FORK OF ST. MARY'S
RIVER, ABOUT FOUR MILES
ABOVE THE "FORKS."
TAKE NOTICE that I, John G
Cummings, F.M.C. No. 1121350, acting as agent for J. C. Hooker, F.M.
C. No. Blill*)', and Joseph II. Wright,
Free Miner's Certificate No. 1)6414
inlend, sixty days trom date hereof.
to annly to the Mining Recorder for
Certificates of Improvements, for the
purpose of obtaining Crown Grants
of the above claims.
Ami further take notice that action, under section 37, must he commenced before the issuance of such
Certificate ot Improvements.
Dated this 15th day ot September,
A.D. 1909.
40-0t*  J. G. Cummings.
i
REPUTABLE MERCHANDISE IS THE KEY mi
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I OF BURNS BROTHERS BUSINESS METHODS
I
Men's Reliable Underwear
We carry only the most reliable makes. You wunt to be.mm whenyou
Bpend your bard earned money yuu yet value. Value is to e lo buyii y will
known and tried makes—It stands to irann Ijiat tbis is tight1,
PENMAN'S NATURAL WOOL UNDERWEAR.'Jl.OOagaiment.
STANFIELD'S USDKRWKAR - All wopl.Amshrlnkabie, in heavy
weights, suitable for the cold winter weather we are sure lb lmve. Prices
$1.25,1.60nnd 2,00a garment. LIGHT WEIGHT felBM-D WCl I. CM JJ;-
WEAR in a tine winter weight, 13.6 a suit—single o'l union gatmeuta.
Sweaters
WHITE
FANCY
Wekeop
lll.ACK
Witli roll or open necks — wl colonlh
most lint's. Prices, 11.00, l.'2'i.-l.l'i, S.SSand
S.SOeacli.
■%*M       3 SWEATER CHATS in a teal selection,
12.60 and 8.80 each.
'   Men's Reliable Shirts
HUSINE-ss SHIRTS, tl.oo and 1.25, FULL DRESo/ol ILM.
NEGLIGE SHIRTS, »1,25 and 1,60eaeli. WOHkiNi; ,-IIIKT.-* .
a very varied assortment : lll.ACK SATEEN flt0O and l-_.'i
TWILL, 11.26and 1.60, FLANNEL SHIRTS IN M.I. COLOtS, ji.i
[pSglMTJ]
Winter Caps.
With Fur or Knitted Hands
Think of tin; cqmforl you can Ret out ol llidso winiercn] •*..
You'll ni'i'il tin-in very soon    belter make fi":! Imv wlu-n
the si-lection    is n  large onb.
Prices, 7pq., $1.00 £25,1,50, 1.75 nml 2.00 each
. BURNS BROS. MGfc'h
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ARE WE
Downhearted?
The oleuiiun results certainly
did' not pan out exactly as we
wmteil them, but we havo enor-
moiiH consolation in tbe fnot that
we have onee more iiuule our
presence felt na
The Hardware
Hen
of the Cily ot Cranhrook und wo
intend to follow up our stercop-
tlcon display of Thursday night,
not only in our advertising
efforts but also in the quality and
pi ice of the goods we offer you.
Have   you    prepared
for the comfort of
your horse during
the coming
winter
We  hnve just opened up a
shipment of
Horse Blankets
Lap Rugs
and
Sleigh Bells
We are positive those yooil* will
please you, und we have made
the prices no that you can't help
buying. .See our window display,
IT'S   OUlt   MAGNET.
McCallum&Co.
THE HARDWARE MEN
H you   want   satisfaction   with
your washing send
it to
MONTANA LAUNDRY
Special prima loramlly work.
THE KOOTENAY
TELEPHONE LINES
LIMITED
nro preparing n directory
covering Cranlirook nml
Fernie,    -
Any persons wishing changes
from the listing of present
directory, or any new subscribers, please notify the
oflico nml same will receive
prompt atlelniiiii.
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T  WE SELL AT OWNERS' PRICE
OTHERS  DO  NOT.
240~ACRE S™
1 mile from Post Office, school am! siori*
40 acres In Timothy and Irritatkn.
loo acres level land, easily cleared.
Balance somewhat rolling.
A large never failing creek on fane and UO ii cl;
water right goes with the land. Frame house i ■ ■! sii
hay sheds and granary. 850,000.feet of timl er.
H large work liorses and one yearling, 16 1 • ' • I 11
mower, rake, plow and harrows, buggy, caller, noi_-on
harness, forks, etc.. goes with farm.
PRICE-ONLV   $6,500.00  for the   farnj,
implements.
Call on us for bargains In farm land.
sof
able,
a ttie,
and
and
Fred A. Russell £& Co.
Next door to P. Woodi' Meat Maiet
ARMSTRONG AVENUE, CRANBROOK, B.C.
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W Billiken's Smile
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HAVE YOU SEEN  <^&
W
The Smile that won't come ot\.       Look  in-my window
where  he is on exhibition and  see  what   I.*':  says about
PABST BEER
A.   L.   McDERMOT  «*»
Wholesale  Wine   Merchant *Vl_i
Phone 17 Cranbrook, B. C *
'/Bt
Santa Claus Has Delivered
A
AX EXCEPTIONAL, 1. ii.-in*: ?TO('K
ol ideal presents al oui  It-ore ami
now unlv  waits  i*.*  names and
addresses to deliver.    .    :    :   :   :
Call early lo ensure the best selection
Our Prices will compete wilh any
Catalogue
THE  RAWORTH  BROS.
(', I*. It. Watch  tnepecton                 < rani ■!;.  \l Q,
!!   PHONE 56
ii THE QUAyi?
STORE
Hold Standard
Tens and Coffees
Sovereign Flour Makes Happy Hemes.
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<i   Quality counts—therefore we carry a large stock i>£ Eoinz's
■'   ,*       Famous Pickles. Olives. Catsup. Helisln-s. Sauces.
Prepared Mustard, etc,
EVERYTHING   QOAHANTEED        *. ;
CAMPBELL    &   MANNING
************ TBE   CKANBROOK   HEKALD
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-   Baker Street. CRANBROOK, B.C.
INCREASE
OF BUSINESS
is proof of merit.
Campbells
Clothing
would  never have become 50
popular wilh its wearers
If it were not for the honest quality of
materials and workmanship employed.
In every particular 'tis made as good as
they know how, and when you wear it you
too will find that it combines the maximum of wear with beautiful style nnd
perfect  lit.
Our New Winter Overcoats
are top-notchers in all
the favorite
styles
From $10.00 to $30.00
CAMPBELLS CLOTHINC
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Campbells
Clothing
Is essentially the Young
flan's Clothing.
Forceful and Stylishlooking. it is designed
especially to please the wide-awake,
energetic, up-to-date chap who believes in
reflecting his personality in his clothing.
In our Fall and Winter Stock we've the
suit and overcoat to please you whoever
you may be.
Men's and Young Men's which
satisfy the most exacting
tastes
From $8.00 to $32.00
TAILORING
The most glowing tribute that can be given to a merchant
is "recognition."     The best dressers in the country have
endorsed onr kind of clothes.    They're good when your
trade is pleused.
That's our Stock-in-Trade
Our Clothes do please.
TAILORING
We've mastered every detail ol tailoring in onr clothes by
our personal knowledge ot tailoring.
We don't depend on contractors to make our clothes.
Every garment we produce is made in onr own Tailor
Shop, under our own supervision—therefore
we know how.
YOUR   HOME  IS   NOT  COSY
until it is well supplied with Easy Chairs.
One of our luxurious Morris or Leather Chairs or big easy Rockers will put you on "eary street" during (lie kng
winter evenings that nre to come. Wo havo every good style and every design that can be imagined. Charming little
tables—Delightful creations. These little tables are appropriate for tea tables or a variety of other uses; made in
mahogany, early English and golden oak.   We expect a car of Christmas Furniture will arrive in a few days.
Watch   for   Our   Christmas   Add.

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