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3 CRANBROOK HERALD
VOLUME  as
CRANBROOK, B.C, FBI BAY' OCTOBER IIITH  lllill
N 1 H B E R   ;i I
STAR THEATRE, Friday and Saturday, October 26th-27th
"MERRY-GO-ROUND"
NOW YOU CAN SEE THE PU'TIRI', SENSATION of the YEAR—OVER A YEAR IN THE  MAKING AT A COST OF OVER A MILLION
5000 People in the Oust.      Time   of   Showing: Evenings 7.30 and 9.30.      Saturday Matinee at 2.30 p.m.
Matinee Prices    Adults 4Qc      Children 15c Evening Prices, Adults 55c     Children 30c
Tells of an Epic
of Heroism
Master hi' U.lMt, Liner Relates
la Press Cluli Women Story
ol' .lii|iniirsr Disaster
Tlio rdllowlng, tdudly contributed
by MrB. II. A. McKowan, refers to Hie
uccount which sho wiih inivllflgod to
hoar, aa a memlier or iho Canadian
Woiueira Press cluli,   from   Captain
RoblUBO utsler ol' iho C. I'. H. liner "KmprOBH of Australia," which played an notable n part in tlm stupendous
work ot rescue ami Buccor following
thu recent Japanese earthquake.
in attempting, al tlio request of
ihe editor Of tho Herald, to give a,
summary of ihe experiences of Commander Robinson of the Empress of
Australia, as related in an address to
the members of the Women's Press
Club at a luncheon tendered them by
the O.P.H. In the magnificent dining
room of the liner, I realize how very
much the thrill of the occasion was
due to the personality of the speaker—
Bontethlng quite Impossible to transcribe by the medium of words nnd
phrases.
A quiet, strong man, taking no credit
whatever for having done his duty,
giving fullest due to the officers of
other ships caught with his In the
disaster of the Yokohama harbor and
to the members of his own crew,
Captain Robinson lost his identity as
an employee of the Canadian Pacific
Steamship Company, and stood before
us, a worthy upholder of the traditions
of Hritish seamanship handed down
from Drake and Nelson.
It was hy a fortunate turn of events
that we heard his story of ihe great
earthquake; two prominent organizations of Vancouver had banquetted
tho ship's olllcers without having
brought him from bis shell of modest
reticence. The presentation of a case
of pipes, the idea of kindly Qeorge
Ham, ihe only man member of the
Woiuaus' Press flub, surprised and
overcame the host to the extent that,
it "dished :i very fine speech I had
ready lor you" us he phrased it.
Alter a few momenta silence, In
which he seemed to struggle to recall
the lost fine speech, he said: 'Would
yon like to hear tin* story of the earthquake as we saw It?' Whal a sentence
for the wailing ears ol' two hundred
press women! Notebooks and pencils
stole Irom hilling places, diners furthest from tho Captain's table moved
closer. Two hours flew as he talked,
murmurs of protest rising it ihe
speaker's glance wandered to tlie
dining-room clock.
Captain Robinson and his officers
had probably as good a view of the
earthquake iu Japan as anyone living.
Standing on tbo bridge of iheir ship
which had jusi cleared for iho homeward voyage, they saw the entire city
ami lhe bills about tl shaken much us
ono might shake a pan of cinders (I
quote Captalu Robinson's words mainly); saw waves of land rise ami collapse like breakers mt a beach, followed by a mighty cloud of dust ns
the buildings fell like a pack of cards
dust thai was merged with smoke
lhat rolled up as fire spread iu the
tinder-like houses.
Every  element,  he  said,  seemed  to
combine to make the destruction of the
city complete. A roaring gale followed in the wake of the upheaval,
terrifying the victims ami rendering
iho fires uncontrollable.
"open spaces where the Inhabitants
had riod for safely were flooded by
buret water mains ami a tremendous
tidal wave swept the wharf ami vicinity clear of tbe holiday crowds lhal
bad gathered to see the liner away.
"When lhe olllcers were able lo take
st ck ot their own situation thoy found
the ship caught on a cable, with Hie
engines on one side completely dis-
ahled. I shall not attempt Captain
Robinson's nautical terms in explaining how one partially disabled ship
innnonvered lo assist another In the
attempt to get clear of danger ln the
small harbor. Quick thinking nnd
acting wero made Imperative by the
facl Unit tons of Ihoasiituls of gallons
uf oil hud escaped from wrecked
Storage tanks nnd spread over Uu
surface nf tho water catching fire
beforo long lu the general holocaust.
Captain Robinson spoke grapldeally
of the helpless feeling it gave them to
find tho element, with which the fire
that swept toward them from the city
might huve beon fought, tlscir on flro.
Ills tribute to tbo bravery of his crow
entirely Chinese with the exception
of the officers, who In hazardous
places kept pumps going and hose
pluylng lu tho tooth of tho bhuc gave
tho guests an opportunity to express
appreciation by a resounding handclap. The groups of whltechid waiters who lined the dining salon, listening to iho narrative with Immobile
faces, allowed a fleeting gleam of
pleasure to show — tho Immobility
rtlgned again.
NEW CHURCH AT ;8H00TING (ASK AT
INVr.lOIMti: DEDICATED FORT STEELE IS
HY BISHOP   IMH'M. IICAltD HY JUDGE
Impressive Service and Confirmation Meld On Sunday
Lust
(Special to the Herald)
luvermero,  IU'., Oct.  17. — "The
Little Church on the  Hill,"  recently
erected for service Of the Church of
England, pertaining to thu congregations of Athalmer nnd lnvermere was
formally dedicated to God's service at
Iho early celebration on Sunday last
hy tho Ut. Rev. Alexander John He
IH)., Bishop of the diocese of the
Kootenays.
The erection of this building was
commenced in the fall ot 1922 and
though not yet complete Is sufficiently
far advanced to enable services to he
carried ou during the warm weather.
It i» hoped to finish the work by degrees as funds are available. The main
idifice is 40 by 24 with a chancel extension of 18 feet. Mr. George Allan
Bennett of this place was the designer, under the guidance and assistance
of the Rev. F. Bertram Atkinson, the
rector, and the work of construction
has heen looked after by an able building committee. Both the interior and
the exterior are very graceful In their
lines when due consideration is given
to the size. It is of frame and rests
on a cement foundation.
While the interior furnishings are
not by any means complete yet such
as there are, are of great Interest and
are truly representative of the spirit
which has prompted the gifts. Most
excellent altar cloths of handsome
embroidery and ecclesiastical design
are amongst the treasured possessions.
Latey there was added as a gift from
Crauhrook the reading desk thut for
$o long a time did service In the church
in that city. Beautiful brass candlesticks and an alms dish are further
additions.
To Mrs. (Majori P. B. Young, of
Selkirk Ranch, the congregation is
deeply indebted tor the presentation
of a magnificently bound bible as
prepared for use in the churches, nnd
an altar reading rack or holder. Both
of ihese were formerly in possession
of her father. Rev. Prebendary A. J.
Ingram, of St. Paul's Church. Lon4 m
England, and late Rector of St. Mnr-
garets, Lothbury. The book rest Is of
special interest being made ot olive-
wood brought to Mrs. Young's lute
home by her father after visiting Jerusalem. Still another addition was
the presentation of an altar senile
book by the candidates presented for
confirmation at the morning sen ice. j
These were William 0. WaluwriRhi.j
,lr.. Esmond Arthur Taylor, Allan j
Hugh Moore. Susan Owena Nixon. Gladys Marjory Dawson, Geraldino Lydla
Richardson, Nellie Gertrude Richardson, Violet Maria Bridget-. Wilhel-I
mtua Moore.
Monday last, the case against one
Ttscaro, ot Port Steele, originally
charged with attempted murder, bul
subsequently reduced to u charge of
shooting wiih intent to do grevious
bodily harm, came up for hearing before Judge Thompson, and was adjourned for pleading and judgment
Tuesday morning. Complainant. Miss
Jean lllakoy, was questioned us to the
Identity of ouu of her visitors on the
evening when the shooting took place.
The defendant's lawyer, Mr. Allan
Graham, asked for a dismissal ou the
grounds of lack of sufficient evidence
and Improbability of the accused be'
ing able to do what he Is supposed lo
have dime iu the time allowed, also
ou account of the peculiar cii-cum-
stances of the case. For the prose
cullon, G. J. Spreull summed up the
case. Judge Thompson lost no time
in getting to (he kernel of the matter
ami did uot mince matters fn connection with his opinion of the quality
of the evidence of some of the witnesses. He believed that in some
ways the complainant had perjured
herself and he did not think the accused was lhe guilty man, but that a
section foreman, lladluof, was the
master mind as It were and had committed the deed. The worst that
could be said of Tlscare was that he
had heen au accomplice, he therefore
sentenced him to six months fn jail to
commence from the time of his Incarceration in August.
ANGLICAN BOY SCOUTS        (OFFICERS RE-ELECTER
IIOLW MOCK TRIAL, AND       AT ANN! AL SLEETING OF
"CRIME*' IS PROVEN     PARENT-TEACHER ASSOC
i'rosenttttton Is Also Made  l'i
Scout master Shun, Wlio Is
Leaving the (it)
Coming Events
H1SIIOI* HOLDS
CONFIRMATION AT
ANGLICAN CHURCH
Ut Rev. A. J. Doull. Lord BlSbOp
if the Diocese of Kootenay held con-!
Urination service at Christ Church on
Saturday afternoon at 2M. when I
las* or ten candidates were confirm*
1, The speaker based his sermon on
the text, "The TruttB of the Spirit,"
ami poinled out the work and power
of the Holy Spirit in character building. This power lie claimed, would
increase ns they might make use of It,
and thai hy co-operation with God
Victory would he assured. The Joy
of being co workers with Und was
very great. The service was most
impressive throughout.
Iiuinedialely following the service
the Bishop left for lnvermere with
Hev. P, IV Atkinson, vicar of the
Church of Kngland for the Wiudermere parish.
The events noted below aro those
for which paid advertising appears In
this Issue, or for Which priming work
has been done in this office.
Friday, October IS: A.O.F. Whist
Drive and Dance. K.P. Hall. Ed-
imimlson's orchesl ru. Admission,
$1.25 u couple. Extra lady fiOc
Friday * Saturday, Oct. 19-20; Colleen Moore iu "Broken Chains" nt
Ihe Star.
Sunday. Oct 81: Re-dedication services at Baptist Church. Services
morning and evening.
Monday. Oct 22: Annual meeting of
Hoy Scout association al the V.M.C.
A., S p.m.
Monday & Tuesday. Oct. 22-2.1: Herbert Rawllnson In "Pools and,*,Riches," at the Star.
Tnes.. Wed. & Thurs., Oct. 28-25: Kootenay Baptist Association meetings
In Baptist Church, Cranbrook.
Wed. - Thursday., Oct. 24 and 25. —
rVnlure picture "The Last Moment,"
at the Star.
October 24 to 31: Y.M.C.A. Membership Drive.
Friday K Saturday. Oct 2ii and 2".~
A big Special al the Star, "Merry Uo
Round."
October :n: Benefit Masquerade dance
B. or R. T. in the Auditorium.
Wednesday, November 21: Christ
Church annual bazaar and sale of
work.
The 2nd Cranbrook Troop of tha
Hoy Scouts, the Anglican Church
Troop, held a mock trial on Friday
evening lust, ai the troop headquarters, the l'arish Hall. Scout. W.
Wolfe was ihe prisoner charged wiih
chicken stealing, Patrol Leader Don
Hurton was Ihe dei'eiiiliio; lawyer, aud
Seoul Gilbert Blumenauer was the
prosecuting lawyer. Scoutmaster C.
Shaw aud Troop Louder B, K. Sterne
were the witnesses for the crown, and
Scouts A. Cassldy ami j. Helmslng
were the witnesses for the defence.
Scout Jack Dixon • ,.s the learned
judge and Scout Cyril Harrison was
ihe clerk of the court. The remainder of the scouts present were formed into tho jury to hear ihe ease.
The case for the defence was weakened a little when their witnesses
stated they saw the prisoner al the
scene of the robbery, ami called him
the robber. The defendants' unhappy plight was also made no better when his legal representative referred to him as thu guiliy party, and
addressed him us the robber, The
jury finally brought in the verdict of
guilty, aud the accused was fined the
sum of $10.00 aud costs, or one month
in jail, and with Instincts that would
have done credit to a Scotchman, In-
jicated he would take the latter.
There was a presentation made In
the Parish Hall at tho close of the
Sunday School service on Sunday last
when the superintendent. Mr. F. (1.
Morris, on behalf of ihe Anglican
Troop, No. 2, Boy Scouts, presented
Scoutmaster Cyril Shaw with a set
of solid gold cuff links, tiepin and tint-Up. as a slight token of esteem on
the occasion of his leaving Cranbrook
and severing his connecilon wiih No.
2. Troop. Mr. Shaw in reply said iu
the short time he had been In Ihe city
he had had some very enjoyable limes, and that most of them had been
.with tbe Troop. He deeply regretted saying goodbye, and thanked them
Tor the gift, and also for their kindness shown iu so many ways, and he
hoped the iroop would curry on the
scout work.
The Scouts and Cubs concluded
with three lusty etioers and a "tiger"
for Mr. Shaw.
On Tuesday evening October fib, a
meeting of the Parent-Teacher Assoc
iation was held iu the Y.M.C.A. at s
p.m. The meeting was called lo tinier
by lbe president, Airs. J. Jackson. The
minutes of the previous meeting wer>
adopted,   ami ibe treasurer's   report
read, after which the meeting proceeded with the election of officers for
ihe ensuing year, the following being
elected.
President       Mrs. J. Jackson
Vice-Presldont  ludge Thompson
Secretary  .Mrs. I-:, Q.   Hayman
Treasurer       Miss Campion
Membership Committee: Mr. A. Bridges,   Miss  Muriel  Baxter, Mrs.   Wells,
Mis. A. Shallkhnid, Mrs. Kemball.
Solial Committee:    (For    Parents)
Social   Commit lee: Mrs.   Baxter
(For Parents-; Miss s. V. McCnllum
(For Teachers) Convenors. Parents
and teachers will run socials every
other month, lhe husiness meet ing
to lie held ou lhe same evening as the
social.
Au Instructive address was also
given by Principal Porter of lhe high
school, A lantern for use with slides
for lhe joint use of tlie high ami public schools is to he the first aim of ihe
activities of iho Parent-Teacher Association trig year.
LIQUOR APL'KAL CASKS
AIM: ALLOWED AMI
CONVICTIONS QUASHED
loiter, we learned thnt the passengers of Ibe ship were so Impressed
with the discipline and bravery of tbe
crew that a large sum of money was
collected and presented as a token of
appreciation. A few words and nods
among the assembled crew and their
spokesman made the announcement
that, burring a small amount to
place burned clothing, the crew wished to turn the amount over to the
now Japanese Relief Fund. And we
have talked of tbe 'Heathen Chinee'!
Tbo relief work done by those on
board tho Kmpress nf Australia during
(be week's stay whilst   her   engines
were being lepnlred, when hundreds
and   hundreds   of   refugees,   black,
while nnd yellow, were housed and
fed, is common knowledge through the
newspapers.   If the Red Cross, In Its
campaign for relief could but borrow
captain   Robinson  to tell from first I
hand knowledge of the pitiable con-
diiiou of the homeless and hungry lui
tbo stricken cities, one feels certain
that the contributions now being made!
would awell to sonsthlag of which)
Canada Might bs pros* J
The ladies of St. Mary's church nre
ctlvely engaged preparing for their
annual bazaar. Their display of sewing, knitted goods, crochet, embroidery, candy and home cooking will be
seen at ',*, p.m.. Friday, November lfl,
in the K. of P. hall. There will be a
Fish Pond for the children. Tea will
be served. A whist drive with prizes
fn the evening at eight will enable
the booths (o continue business until
the prizes are distributed nt ten I
'dock.
Dr. F. B. Miles. T. M. Roberts and!
T. M. R. Stewart who were away on;
business at tho coast for about ten
days, returned on Monday night last
by motor from Vancouver via Spo-:
Lino The return journey was made
In a new Nash 1924 model driven by
Mr. Stewurt. who bad gone to the'
cdast in order to secure one of the'
latest models of this popular cur. He
Was fortunale in being able to secure1
this car as a demonstrator. It embodies many attractive improvements,'
such as the Nash self-n.ounlliig carrier for exclusive use nn Nash cars.1
Lack of time prevents going into1
greater detail, but a fuller description'
will he given In our next week's issue.1
The hearing of ihe appeal from the
conviction by Magistrate Leask of C.
lOcl.slrom, of Ibe Queens Hotel, took
place Thursduy before .Hulao Thompson. In Ihe original case lbe appellant was charged wiih selling intoxicating liquor contrary to the provisions of the liquor control act. The
Information was laid on July Bth, by
Constable Dixon of Ihe detective stuff
of the liquor control board, tbe offence
alleged to have been committed on
April 20th, when the informant claims
he purchased a drink which be judged
to be  intoxicating  from  lbe  accused.
Mr. Fox, another member of the de-
lective staff also gave evidence as ti
obtaining drinks at the same place,
but nut from the same man. Tre wit
nesses were not iu accord with ro
gard to lhe obtaining of evidence
against Hie hotel, After thoroughly
going Into the merits of (he case the
judge allowed the appeal and assessed
no costs.
On Thursday tho appeal case of Wm.
Steward of the Cosmopolitan Hotel
from a similar conviction was also
heard before Judge Thompson. The
evidence of the three detectives was
again given with corroboration, as to
the purchase of liquor on April 22nd.
Defendant brought forward witnesses
lo prove he was not at the hotel ou lhe
night in question, his place being taken by an assistant. in arriving at
lis conclusion Hie judge held  it  was
another case of direct  contradiction
of evidence, in which be would have
lo give the defence Ibe benefit of the
doubt. The appellant had established an alibi which the crown had not
shaken, ami in accordance wiih precedents he was obliged to find In favor of the appellant and allow the appeal.     No costs were awarded.
'lbe (Jurd store tlilldlng on Baker
Sheet at presen r viie-ed by B. Wt*s-
ti.ns store, has been sold through
Martin Bros, to A. {■'. 3laddad of tbe
Kootenay Trading Co
R. R. Piper, recently engaged wiih
Messrs. DeWolfe & Ham as accountant, loft ou Thursday for Spokane, on
his way to Minneapolis. It is not ex-
peeled he will return to Cranbrook.
LLOYD GEORGE VISITS C.P.R. SHOPS AT ANGUS
I LETHBRIDGE HI-TAINS
MEMBERSHIP 1> THK
TOURIST ASSOCIATION
Foals Increase In Tourist Hu>-
iiM'ss, And  Will I rm>
Better Bonds
The Lethbrldge city council, at Its
regular meeting ou Monday morning.
agreed io retain its membership in the
Southeastern British Columbia ami
Southern Alberta Tourist Association
liy continuing ih>' payment vt $000* to
the association on ihe same basis aa
lasi year. As tlie greater benefit from
this tralllc is derived bj tbe business
men. the board of trade win he asked
to liear part ot" tin- expenses. Tie*
decision was come to in the fact that
the city tourist camp showed a ure.it
increase in lourisl tralllc to U*M,-
brldge, which was considered mainly
due io Hie efforts .a He' Southeastern
British Columbia, ami Southern Alberta Tourist Association Mr .) F,
Spauldlng, ihe commisslonei in cbargi
if the work of ibe association, has
assured the city that all the money
subscribed by the citlei i- spenl to
advertising man or. Fi|r therm ore,
there appears io he a strong probability thai ihe governments will spend
ouslrterabte  road money  next   yeur.
mt for ibis reason it |* advisable to
have a strong organisation in deal
wiih this question. Tin aeso
has already arranged lo semi a strong
le legation to Qdinontou In connection
witli government road expenditure.
Encouraging the
Youthful Farmers
lirsl Children's 1'iir (tub Is A
Splendid Success j   Judgfi
Is ( um|iliiiH'iilnn
A. F, Haddad lias just received the
government approval to a patent signal device tor use on cars. With his
invention the driver ot a car by nigh'
or day can indicate to other cars hi1*
Intentions as to >i<ruit*g at any psrt-
iillar point by simply pushing a button
. T. Batchelor ot be Royal Bant
lett on Wednesday for the west to enjoy a short vacation, being aw,.y about two weeks, it is expected. Mr.
A. Hill, also of the Royal Uank. ts n»:
being transferred to Fernie. as was
stated in error last. week.
i    v. .,>■' !.' ... i--.   ; t-^'■ ■'•'■
isi d the former :'i;'<'**   hou-ie   or
Cranbrook Street through 'be ;,Pice of
Martin Bros. This firm among it
riner transfers ai*o so'd the Hooth
!i0UFe ou French   Wei ue    to    frank
Rosling, who is ukink immediate possession.
The B. of R. T. were honored on
Monday evening with ;i visit from the
Canadian vice-president of the organization, when W. J. Babe, who holds
that executive position, addressed
local lodge on matters ot Inti rest to
the members. Mi Babe i- from St.
Thomas, Out., and hs» never before
visited Hie Kootenays since taking
the olllce hfl now holds in 1920. He
has visited the coast uml states lu- believes condltlot.S there are a good
leal improved since his last visit to
the west several years nt-o. The brotherhood now has a  membership of
about lTa.OftO. of whom about 10.000
are in Canad,. The order was one of
he few to stjmt the strain cf the war
ind Hie influenza ppidemic quite unimpaired, paying all death levies arising from these causes without the
necessity of any additional assessment
The first Hoys" ami Girls' Pig Club
Show in the East Kootenay district
.\.:.- held in Cranbrook on Saturday,
October 18th, ami was considered hy
everyone a great success. The Club
covered the district irom Galloway to
Marysvllle and although there were
thirty-one pigs iu the competition
tin-re was not one poor individual.
Aboul .".ii per cent, of the pigs enteral were pure bred Yorkshires and the
remalutug 50 per cent, were Yorkshire . rossi •*. Tlu* results of pure-
bred breeding were dearly shown by
the  fuel   (bat   the first   six  placluga
and   lb.-   Hint:',     tenth     and   eleventh
placing*] were won by pure bred pigs
They were Just a Intl.- btore "typy"
bacon bogs with the desired trim lines
m I is ootl ■ • -- .ill through.
All   the   [t|g|   tli.tt   were   brought   lit
were weighed and although the plao-
Ings were nol made on weight alone,
II was considered a factor in favor,
providing ihe pig carried type ami
Bmoothness with it.
The following .ire the results of the
competition, showing ihe prizes won
and the 'weight of lhe pigs exhibited;
Marjorle   Starrett.  Crunhrnok.   $20
d a cup donated by  the Bank at
Commerce, for   the   best pig in the
sllOW          -I'm    lUS.
John  Clark.  Cranlironk.   J1S    2.U lbs.
i. Gtaitville, Marysvtlle, |16 210 lbs.
Doris Hya.inthe. .laffray. Jit 110 lbs.
I. Herchmer, Murysviile. $12 203 lbs.
Mary Green. Cranbrook. $10 232 lbs.
tt Richmond. Cranbrook. $S 240 lbs.
c. Rrennan. Cranbrook, .. (6 22ft lbs
D. Tibbett. Marysvllle. .. $4 2oi lbs.
!•'.  Herron. Cranbrook.   ..  $4 19S lbs.
it   Hre*!i. Cranbrook $4 1SS lbs.
K. Campsall. Cranbrook, .. 54 191 lbs.
\ Campsall, Cranbrook. .. M 198 lbs.
W. Cullen. Cranbrook.   ..   |4 209 lbs,,
M   Cullen. Cranbrook.   .   .   54 170 lbs
;,.-Jmco. Mayo**    .,     t \'<\ \hs
C. Jolinson. Cranbrook.  ..  $4 1T2 lbs.
J.  Reid. Wycliffe    14 ITS lbs.
M. McClure, Wycliffe %\ 175 lbs.
H. McClure. Wycliffe $4 184 lbs.
S. McClure. Wycliffe $4 ITS lbs.
Ten other exhibitors were in iha
Club but were unable lo havo their
en*riei? present.
The judge was  Dr. Knight, of the
R. C. Government  Veterinary service.
He   indkat<-d   that   when  the  results
•  - Cranbrook club were
d   with those in  other  partg
of the province, it was fairly certain
that this city would come within lhe
t ll res in the province.     The club
rganlzed liy Mr. A  Hay. the dis-
tri •    grlcultnrtst, lasl sprine. and Is
the first attempt *»' any effort of the
kind in an organized way      Mr   Hay
..■   plans are under consideration thut will iM-rmit of the club being
e.i,rri'-d on in an e?en more successful
manner next year.
■ 1
being made on the members Imr-
ui.' hi lay in i a city Mr Hat>e was
ihosm tomethlng *-t the district as
his brief stay permitted.
Help the Threefold Man—
the Body, the Brain, the Soul.
Rt. Hon. David Lloyd George; Damt Margaret l.loyd George, and Mr. C. II. Temple, Chief of Motive
rawer, Canadian Pacific Hallway, at Angus Shops,Montreal, where tha ex Premier al Britain waa ao-
fVfet a« avatitt hi tha MN aaatlattaa.
The Y.M.C.A. is lbe only organized
large movement that seeks lo help
the throe-n.ld man: Body, Mind, Soul.
from a small beginning the Assocla-
ittu has spread In a little over half a
entury in every civilized land.
Today there urn over 2300 Y.M.C
As iu North America alone with a
membership of 1,000,000 and S500 employed officers. 260 of thi* number
are Ity. Y.M.C.A.'s and a ticket in the
Cranbrook branch entitles Hie holder
to regular privileges in all Hy. Assoc*
iatioiis and the owner will lie cordially welcomed by Young Men's Christian Associations throughout tbe
world.
The 'Y* is symbolical of ihis age-
tbe age of "do" as opposed to the agi
of "do not*', it is absolutely unset!
Ish. It has no stockholders. It payi
no dividends, except in a dearer mind
a stronger body and a nobler character. All of its work is for others. The
privilege of service calls every man
Increased membership means increased serviie. Tho Y.M.C.A. has nn other
function
Here is another trlbnlo to ihe Y.M.
c.A. from a high source
Prosdenl Beatty, of the c.iMt.. estimates highly the value of the Y.M.
C.A.     He says:
•"KlKhleen years of association with
tbe Railroad Y.M.C \  has convinced
me that nothing too |00d can he snld
about the work of this splendid organisation. Tho ton bra lichen eHtnbllshed
along tho Unas of tha Canadian Pacific
Railway are centrts ol inspiration for
ail that is best in railway life healthy
exercise,   comradeship,   mental   Im-
provement,    and     the   atmosphere  of
home. The high standard of • itiren-
shlp which prsvslls among the rail-
waymen of Canada is due largely to
the influence of 'he Y M.C.A the ef-
Corta of which to proim.'e the mental
ami mora! as well as the physical
well-being of its members, have been
highly successful."
"I know of no organization which
has a more powerful claim on every
patriotic citizen of the British Empire
that) the Young Men's Christian Association. Times are hard, money Is not
easy to get, but bore is a cause which
ii is our hounden duty to maintain In
the full current of its energy Speak-
Ing from wide experience of the work
c." tbe association ami with Ihe deepest
admiration for its achievemeni I plead
most earnestly for a generous support
to  their  appeal"
The Iluke of Connaught
Tho hest co-operation Hint ('ranbrook '(in give is needed for a flourishing and progressive charactflr-
bulldlng Institution Help make the
Cranbrook Hallway Y.M.C.A. n real
forte In our community by taking out
a membership during the week of October 24 to 81,
No examination, No rod tape Join
for nervice to others. Service to
Yourself. NOW. Membenthlp good
for ono year Is only |tj, leas than 10c
a weak. PAOK   TITO
THE  CHAM1IIOIIK  HKIULII
Fritlaj-, Oetolior IDtli, 1988
HAIR STAYS COMBED,
GLOSSY,   WEIX-GROOMED
Greaseless Combing  Cream  Co&ts
Few Cents a Jar at Drug Store
HAIR
GROOM
Keeps Hair
Combed
Yankee American League Pennant Winners of 1923
ESiiii
-v-
^*r*»i
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Even stubborn, unruly c
pooed hair stay:', combed all day i
any style you like. "Hair Qroom" i
a dignified combing cream whlc
Kivea that natural glosa and well
groomed effect to your hair. Nc
sticky, greasy or smelly. Pine fo
hair.
YouShouldof(llgM'on_
Take Care Sith0?,
largely a matter of Good Digestion.
A wise person should UEe Beecham's
Pills to relieve digestive ills and
correct stomachic disorders. On account ol their service and reputation
for reliabllity-TAKE
■fC
Still, ever,-ia I,.:i
in Ci.n.i.i.i
>V;
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a
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■il tlie N. v. Americana lo
lie ll>23|ileyors.
a iH'iinunt and the
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FORT STEELE
NOTES
WAV.VaV.VaV.W.V.
shipped a
lis rancli
PROJECT I'Oli STEEL
l'i,ANT DOES NOT SEEM
|    MKEIiY TO MATERIALIZE
[When Project iv Analyzed Time
lines Not Si'ciu Rl])0 For
Itlg lliitlorfakiiig;
tlii'eslilng, wllli n
"CASCARETS" I fir
IE SICK. BILIOUS,
CONSTIPATED
"They Work While You Sleep."
When you feel aick, dizzy, upset,
when your lioad is (lull or aching, or
your Btomach is sour cr gassy. Just
tuko one or two .pleasant "Caacarets"
to relievo constipation or biliousness.
No griping—nicest oalhnrtic-luxative
on earth for Men, Women und Children. 10c boxes, also line and 50c
sizes—any drug store.
jrateful acknowleugem
id by lhe Sunday Sclioi
enl l'roiu the Calgavy itt
. Sunday School donntli
sse children suii'orers.
nn Fulton  unloaded  a.
grain a:
last wee
evening a lively char-
el Westpon, the couple
Ig Mr. .lack Weiss nnd
, A tittle bribery soon
children but lbe adults
had a lively lime to
a ranees.
Mr, lionih am
wllh his rail i»i>
lira. C. Levitt i;
ed in town last week
muniler Pilchard.
busy on tho ranch
ughing.
having her house
;ork being  in  the
ilils,
nld in the Uttlioll.
raNBiistsscfim
J, l\\ It N   T 0   K A R N
Imlhitlt.nl Tn il ion
Co ii nn on co Any Xiiito
Pay und Nipht Classes
Complete, Practlcpl COmmorclal
Course in Shorthand, Typewriting,    Bookkeeping,    Spelling,
Commercial   Eogltflh,   Commercial   Law, Penmanship,  Rapid
Calculation, Filing and General
Oilie? Procedure.
For Particulars:
Apply P.O. 13ox 14, Nelson, B.C,
Indigestion Gas,
Upset Stomach
Instantly!  Tape's   Dlapepsln"
Corrects Stomach so
Meals   Nicest
The moment you eat a tablet, of
'Tape's Dlapopsln" your Indigestion
fa gone. No more distress from a
sour, acid, upset stomach. No flatulence, heart hurn, palpitation or
misery-making gasses. Correct your
digestion for a tew cents. Each package guaranteed by druggist to overcome 8toiruu.lt trouble.
An. cdlto
profits am
aud gave i
diary nl Hi
ups and do
nor:
once .kept fwaclo of his
osbos during I lie year,
invoice of his business
•nd of twelve mouths of
s lu the following man
i broke 301 times.
Bed tho public 80 times.
I lies 7:!i) times.
ied prayer meeting fit! time:
i roasted 431 times,
sted others Til! times,
had olRco towel three timet
ied meals I).
aken for a preacher 11 time
itaken tor a capitalist 0,
Cut whipped s times.
Whipped others 0.
Cash ou hand at beglnnln
Cash on hand at ending If
if ihis editor
lonomlnatlonal i
■es would have been 1
pathetic.   For examph
llvv
Mis.
Hie
Itoa
Wa;
Mlsi
Mlsl
Mb
Steel project  was first
m- ye
I In
clamor ror iron an
Canadian    Paclfh
$16,000,000 Coast
gitlon seemed like
ecu a popular
works on the
it, and the
Sleel propo-
Irst slreak of
horizon long clouded
. A score of iron and
ive been attempted iu
ring the past 25 years,
11 failed owing to in-
q adequate financing,
The Coast Range
er cause.
owing l
enl support
the
'St    l'i'
ble ont
of govei
tlie in
od.
It  mny be thut tl
Steel project, being pi
Laudahl,
that  Brltlsl
wailing for
days  mi ex p
plan li
probability
amed to be
ar suggest-
is
i arti
st Range
being promoted by H. ,T.
really the opportunity
Columbia has long been
but within tho last few
ted opposition    to   the
ill, A special committee
if the Victoria chamber of commerce
ins drawn up a report condemning
lhe project, and the report has been
indorsed by the British Columbia division of the Canadian Institute of
Mining and Met&llhl'gy and several
representatives of British Columbia
industry sink as II. S. Mitnro. managing director of tho dauby Consolidated Mining & Smelting Company.
Not only does the opposition come
from those who are opposed to the
principle of direct government participation In Industry, bul from those
who claim Iliat the market situation
at presenl is such as to preclude all
possibility ol success for a company
such as proposed.
Roglno, Sask.—Tho ra
ill the oxporl butler trail
chewati (luring (he past
has been the outstandln
Increase
i Saskat-
r or two
ealitre of
ihe provincial dai
cently the Saskalc
Creameries  made
:-y Industry,
lewau Cp-ope
i  shipment o
Re
?1.47.
ad been running a
wspnpcr the Invol-
eti longer ami more
ar as this
'ecord goes no one ever questioned
ho odltor's orthodoxy. In lhe third
tern a Utile mere latitude would have
icen required. Still, an editor ts the
nost envlort of men. Ile does not even
eel sorry for himself.
Everbody in U.S.A.
Swears by VicKs
friend   ol   Saskatoon   Mother
I'll is lleiiinrkiilile Triliiili'
Mr
.in
: "My
cold.
null pounds nr butter in China
BRIER
33
KAMLOOPS
The following poem, descriptive of
the elty of Kamloops, was written Ly
David Anderson, formerly of Crauhrook, now un Inmate of the Old .Men's
Home at Kninloups.
city
Crosses Atlantic
in 30ft Boat*
plaster
i in (';
kept
a.l vis.
gives you a receipt for
beautiful teeth
Sold by
BEATTIB-NOUU.  DRUG CO.
— ThO Itcxiill Store —
riMNimnoK     -    -     BO.
Wbera It pays to 4ml
!  C.  Wilkinson, of 1221
North Saskatoon. Sask..
little girl  was sick with
While I was putting a
r cIiobI a friend of mine'
in ami said, 'Rub nn some Vicks >
lllb.'   I   asked   her   wbai   ll   was, j
mil   just   come from  the Stales I
io said, 'Everybody In the States
B by Vicks.    It's just becoming
ada.' She said she always
he  house  und  strongly
.1 give it a trial.   I did
bo, my little girl got well, und I must
truly say the  results  were astonishing.    I  would not be without  Vicks
for anything.
Vicks VapoRub, tho discovery of a
Southern druggist, is a combination
in salve form of Camphor, Menthol.
EucalyptHB, Thyme, Turpentine, etc.
It has heen a popular remedy in the
States for many years.
Absorbed through the skin, and al
llio same time inhaled us a vapor,
Vlck:; reaches Immediately, Inflamed,
congested air passages.
It is good for croup und nil cold
t roubles - also for skin hurts nml
(tailings.
At all drug slorcs, 50c a jar. Tor a
free lest sl/.o package, write Vlck
Chemical Co., WH St, Paul St., W.,
Montreal, P. Q.
Though Vlcku la new In Canada It
ban a remarkablo salo ln the States.
| Over 17 million Jars used yearly.
Kamloops,   that   inland
Thompson shore,
Has stood beneath its terraced hills
lor a hundred years and mor
And  between  the flowing river and
the tree decked hills above
A thousand little children receive both
care and love.
Tho smooHh paved streets slope gent.
ly toward tlie banks of sand
And   churches  and  houses  of  learning rise up on every hand.
Winters  came  and -summers  passed
by twenties and by tens
Since tho wolf's long howl ran thru
the night and echoed In the glens.
What now are streets were greenwood
glades, headquarters of the band,
With  no  houses  or  long boulevards,
nor iu the hinterland.
Now   farmers  from the  valleys, and
stockmen from the hills
Come from the banks of murmuring
brooks fed by the upland rills
And from the north and east and the
far western main
To a city filled   with   gardens runs
many a laden train.
Travellers move along her streets and
strangers through her doors
Prom   lauds   beneath   the   Southern
Cross to far off polar shores.
Coming hy the mountain spurs and
lovely dolls of green
And the landmarks of the acres that
lower above the stream
And  drawing nigh the station,  with
motion smooth and slow,
They slop beside large flowered lawns
as the bell swings to and for,
Prom  where the eagle lias Its eerie,
hard by eternal snows.
And the laud of gloomy canyons, the
grand old river flows.
And  as  it  leaves  the  bathing shore.
hound for Its ocean home,
It meets a greater namesake don from
a northern zone.
Logs on  their quiet  waters  silently
float down
From forests darkling Inland to mill
above the town.
But lu the park named "Riverside" :
different sight ls seen—
Young boys and girls on plldes and
.swings and sporting on the green
And games of rlvulry are played with
various cities round,
Whilst every May Ihey crown a queen
within the tree-decked ground.
And   from    beneath    the white-wood
trees sweet music forth doth How-
Just  like it did from English groves
a thousand years ago.
And when for change of pastime they
seek for rainbow  trout
They find them in some sylvan lake
in the country round about.
Hut mountain sheep and caribou and
hour of every kind
Roam   hi   higher  altitudes   with   the
foothills close behind.
And pleasant Is the wintertime and
pleasant sight tc see
The children with their little sleds so
full of life and glee.
Aud beyond the deep, culm river it Is
pleasing lo behold
The   rugged,   dark-faced   mountains,
three sentinels of old
That   through  long nights of winter,
and days nf summer Itrat
Have kept an ancient  vtg.ll o'er the
Indians near their i'eot.
And  when    the    springtime  verdure
breaks forth In leaf and bloom
"I'is like an Orient garden beneath the
hills set down.
Btltlous
till-ll Oil
nlrcd I
+
WHAT TWO 1101,1.AltS
WIM* HI V
Alain J. Gerhault, French tetwla
>ir. left Prance April ft, alone In
80-rool boat. For 142 days, battling storing, fever, thirst and bun-
per, he sailed West, arriving at New
Vork September 17. Ills feat Is
history In ocean sailing, lie wu
jtien without sleep three and four
lays at a Urns,   now 1m says ha
In eneli or its ninny depnrtinellt:.,
entering to nil eintuicn and nil agea. the
Family Herald nnd Weekly Stnr. or
Montreal, tins continued to improve
each year over the last unUl now it
would seem perfection were reiichod.
Yet for tlie coming Heanon thnt re.
nmrkahle furm and family journal
again promises—and the promise will
[surely ho fulfilled -still further Im-
[provement* In all departments^ It Is
a profound mystery to publishers the
world over how tho Family Herald nnd
Weekly Slar enn continue to publish
:i 72-page weekly paper containing
such a wealth and variety of reading
matter for n subscription price of only
I $2.00 per year.
If this were not enough, we hear
: that, added to lhe amazing value of
lhe paper llsolf, each subscriber thla
season, wlio remits in time will receive
[froo a most beautiful picture ln col-
lors of a lovely and heroic woman,
j whose life Hlory lias been published
| In booklet form and can be obtained
without charge trom tho Family Hor
Five years ago tills month began lhe
drive on the Argonno. Many thousands were kpted, many wounded in
fighting that stretched along u forty
nillo from. Soon nfter lhal lhe war
was over. Five years ago, and the
soldiers, to v.honi excited and frightened big pocketbooks promised the
moon and stars, have yet received
very llltle and that represents the
dwindling down of all the gratitude,
■*• + +
There's a plan to simplify the coal
problem. Railroads won't like 11—no
more coii] to carry. Middlemen will
detest if. The Idea Is, change the coal
Into electric current at the mine.
Electricity carries ilselt over the wires
With no humping of freight cars, no
flat wheels, no loading and unloading.
Instead of buying coal, changing it
Into power aud heat 500 or 1000 miles
from lhe mine, skilled labor at the
mines would change coal into electricity to bo used for heal, light or
power wherever wauled. That will
come in time.   It ought to come now.
+ + +
The government of tlie lT.R. has sold
the heari of Muscle Shoals plant to a
corporation, and that ends Henry
Ford's attempt to get the great water
power. It ends also the po.-sibillty of
Ills carrying out the promise l« sivi
farmers cheap fertilizer and It
gives Ford and the farmers permanent
possession of a very good complaint
—it they ever want to use il 111 politic!.
+ + +
Rev. Arthur Wilde. Swe'dellbbrglan,
says Ihe Garden of Eden was a slate
of mind. So is everything else Including happiness ami misery. Epicte-
lus. deformed, and u slave, was happy,
t'ropsus. rolling In wealth, miserable,
worried. Nothing is real. All wealth,
gold, dinmonds, the sun and stars
our- own bodies, represent nothing
more solid than electrons and orotons,
ninde nf negative and positive electricity, locked up in atoms that vary
lu construction, according to the element composed. The elements nre
Interchangable. Matter has no existence, mind and lis states are the only
real things, Ihe real universe. There
is no big. no little, no beginning, no
end.   In fact It's all quite confusing,
+ + +
Mussolini decides to sell advertising
space on postage stamps. It will not
lie good publicity. Advertising on
street car transfers, tried, ls round
not worth while. Advertising on posl
age stamps will he worth even less
The person pulling on the stamp won't
look at, much less read. Tie advertising. Advertising is valuable only
when put where people want lo see it.
when Ihey have leisure lo read it. Tlie
best advertising is In the newspap
Repetition is reputation.
+ + ■*
Carnarvon's brother Is dead, more
food for superstition. The oiher Carnarvon, who dug in the tomb of Tul-
ankhnincn. died naturally. Some insect bite produced blood poisoning.
The Carnarvon brother snid. when
his brother opened the tomb, "Something dreadful will surely happen lo
our Family," He died nalurally, like
his hroiher. rroni complications fol-
lowlng un operation,   Still, lhe super-
is I We
Hill
III lhe 1'hllllpliiLs. (leu
using ihe army to I'lghi
eat Hie nropB. Thai's Iho kind of war
lhal nrilllOB SHOULD make. an.I the
only kind lhal Ihey will make, when
lhe earth becomes eivlli/.ed. tlovern-
ment flying uiaohtnoa now are spraying forests to protocl treos from pests,
lu France, flying machines re-plant
denuded mountains. That work will |
go on when war, as a killing trade, j
will have been long forgotlon.
ri'lHIUt CUT IN K.C.
SHOWS BIG INCREASE
OVIvH LAST Y IO Alt I
luji Tea Rooms
Next Fuio Qroeery
G0011 Hi: lis       ::
It   Tl'A   Ull  COFFEE
COLD SOFT I HI INKS
FRESH   IIUTTI'lllMll.i;
RI'IUNU CHICKEN
T. FUJIYAMA
Victoria. — Enormous growth in
Hritish Columbia's lumber industry
during ihis year is shown by lumber
scale figures made public by Hon. T,
l). Pattullo, minister of lands.
Lumber scaled in British Columbia
from January I to the end of August,
lliese figures sliofiv, totalled 1,480,-
892,000 feet, uu increase of almost 50
per rent, over the figure for the corresponding period last year, when
1,029,893,000 feet were scaled. The
Increase is approximately 400,000,000
feet.
This increase in lumber production
Is due to the speeding up of Hritish
Columbia mills this year to fill large
orders for the Atlantic seaboard and
other markets.
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ANNOUNCEMENT §
C. Joe Bros, g
LADIES' * GENT'S TAII.OIIS |
Beg   to   announce   to   their |
many former lady patrons thnt |
they are again making a spec- |
laity of |
LAWKS" TAILOHING J
Your  Patronage is  Invited |
(leiillcineil'tl Suits
Mud.' I'll Order |
The Very Uilcsi Stylos |
:   Cleaning >v L'rtisslng   : |
C. JOE BROS. I
CRANBROOK STREET |
|    opposite Raul,  or Commerce |
I   I'.O. llox .11(1 |
§ 6
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Kstahlfshed 13.18 Phone 114
Geo. R. Leask
PIONEER BUILDER
AM)   CONTRACTOR
fnbhiet Work,   I'lelure Framing
Estimates given on
all classes of work
Ofllce: Corner Norbury Avenue
and Edrmrds Street
Girls! a GEeamy Mass
of Beautiful Hair
24 pt head
.Mays of I!
Girls! A Gleamy
-.iiiiifui Hair
i inn. dry, wisp)
Illicitly Invlgorul
ilrength, color a
'Dander
i  rofrot
dicky o
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♦ -♦  ♦ -♦  ♦
MONUMENTS
■" CAITOELL   *   HITCHII
i      MOSUMENTiL   CO.
NtlMI
CANADIAN
ACIFIC
flOKK'l.
THAIS
J
Effective Sunday September 30. 19211
XO. 6" IU1I.Y —Medicine lint. Kootenay Landing. Arrive 12.10 p.m. leave
12.20 p.m.
No. 8211—Leave, 7.05 n.ln. Itnily exi-ejit
Sunday. No. SSI—Arrives t.10 p.m.
Trans-4'uilllllll Limited, Nos. '7 & 8 between Montreal, Toronto uml Vancouver will bo withdrawn. - Last train
leaves endi of these points on Sept.
29, 1923.
The Mountaineer, Trains Nun. 13 & 14
between (Jnleiigi. uml Vancouver have
:been wUltlrawn west of Moosejaw.
t'ouuectlunft at Moosejaw from and to
ig scalp and the
tl Immediately,
lading hair Is
lulling on new
■oiith'ul beauty,
fill ou the hair;
ding  tonic—not
♦  ♦♦♦♦♦
Your Clmicr Should  lie A
HEINTZMAN
Onr Prices and Terms make il
possible for anyone to own one
of these wonderful iiislniin-
ents. Write for Booklet or
<;.ll nl —
.11
HEINTZMAN & Co.
HAKi:it STREET
XIXSON,
ll.C.
-♦-♦-♦--♦-♦-♦a   a   a   .   .   .,
Order from Any Government Vendor
A LIGHT* clear, ambor-eoloreil
rt bevi-riiife, as refreshing uml
iippHi/inu as tlie finest lieer
sIhhiIiI be. Its consistent purity In jisMiml liy Kcmpt'lni.*
care Klveu to the mettiotl of
brewing.
This advertisement is not,
published or displayed liy
the Liquor Control Board
or by the Qovernment of
British  Columbia.
a lit onU Weekly Star, Montreal  m     Mortal with jlrttiii Not. 1 A 2. Friday, Ootolior 19th, 1II2S
TIIE  CRAKIIROOK  HI'II ALII
PAGE  TIlliEE
W. D. HILL'S GENUINE
EARLY
AUTUMN
SACRIFICE SALE
Will Open On SATURDAY NEXT, OCTOBER 20th, at 9 a.m.
And When Hill Puts On a Sale - IT'S GENUINEI
UNUSUAL BARGAINS IN SEASONABLE AUTUMN AND WINTER GOODS ARE TO BE OFFERED AT W. II. HILL'S STORE, AND WILL BE AVAILABLE    FOR    A    LIMITED
PERIOD.       MANY PEOPLE WILL DESIRE TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE OPPORTUNITY TO SECURE THOROUGHLY HIGH GRADE MERCHANDISE SUITED TO THE SEASON AT THE GREATLY REDUCER PRICES OBTAINABLE AT THIS STORE.       SEEING IS  BELIEVING,       CALL AND
SEE FOR  YOURSELF THAT EACH SALE PRICE MARKED MEANS A GENUINE BARGAIN.
WATCH OUR IVIMMI1VS FOR ATTRACTIVE PRICES.   Everything Will Bo < ul to the Bone, anil JIANV LINES SLIGHTLY DUSTED   WILL BE SOLD AT % PRICE AM) LESS
LADIES'. HISSES AMI CHILDREN'S
Suits, Coats, Dresses & Dress Goods, Whitewear, Sweaters, Boots, Shoes, Slippers, Hose,
ALL TO BE SACRIFICED AT 75c ON THE DOLLAR
THIS MEANS A STRAIGHT SAVING OF ONE-FOURTH OFF THE REGULAR PRICES.    IT WILL MEAN THAT YOU CAN PURCHASE ANY FOUR ARTICLES    FOR    THE
PRICE  OF  THREE, WHETHER IT BE PRINT AT 25c PER YARD, OR SILK AT $2.75 PER YARD.
FURS
All our Furs will bo offered
ul Sacrifice Prices.
The very latest Models in
Throws, Hull's anil Collars, the
very latest .Models iu Neck
Pieces.
CORSETS
at One-Quarter off
Regular Prices
FLAN X E LETTE    ULAN KETS
iti gray ami white
Full Size, regular per pr. $8.90
Sale Price      $2.90
Two Extra Specials
A Number of
BLACK PLI SH (OATS
offered at
$32.50
Priced regularly up to $7.1.on.
Also some
SERGE I1RESSES
Sizes Iii in 42
Priced regularly up to $24.00
for
$14.75
Dress Goods In All Shades
PLAID AND CHECK DRESS GOODS Regular $2.25 per yard, for $1.69 por yard
REGULAR $1.25 PER YARD, FOR      95tJ per yard
REGULAR $1.25 PER YARD, FOR     55«J !>"' yard
Blouses, Waists and Middies
Ladies' Waists in Voile.
Georgette, Crepe de Chine nud
oilier fine materials, all to go
al  one-half Hie regular selling
price.   See what ihis means:
Waisls selling regularly at
$4.00, for  $2.00
$5. Waists to go oui at $2.50
Georgette Waists, reg. $0.50
and $12.50 for $4.75 & 6.25
MIDDIES!   MIDDIES!!
Everything  in   Girls'   Middies.
Children's Middies and Women's Middies is also to be
included in the
HALF PRICE SALE
Ladies' Coats,
Dresses and Suits
at prices thai will nt once attract
A Ladies $20 Coal for $15.00
Ladies Coats, $30 for $22.50
Ladies Coats, $00 for $45.00
No Tho Garments Alike
Ladies' Dresses
in
Botany Serges, Tricotines, Silks
and Canton Crepes are to be
offered at REDUCED PRICES
Style and workmanship excellent in every detail.
We quote a few prices which
will govern.
A Dress regularly priced
$7.50. for $5.65
$12.50, for     $9.40
$20.00, for $15.00
CALL AND LOOK THIS LINE
OVER    WHILE   THE   SIZES
ARE COMPLETE
Special in Flannelette
TEN DOZEN COVERALLS AND PORCH DRESSES* In Prints
and Ginghams, all sizes and shades, worth regularly
$i.r>o will be sold at
Regular $2.15 for
85c
$1.85
We have FIVE THOUSAND
VARUS Of FLANNELETTE,
while and colored, selling regularly al 00c per yard, which
will be sold—as long as it lasts
—for the very special price of
4 yards for  $1.00
LESS   THAN    HALF   PRICE
LADIES' SUITS
In all the latest shades. Some Fur
Trimmed, anil others along the plain
tailored lines at 25*o ,,rt
A $20.00 Suit for $15.00
A $37.50 Suit for 28.15
A $45.00 Suit for 36.15
^19^ Big Range of Underwear       HOSE
Ladies', Misses', Children's and Boys' Garments
A Child's Shoe, regular $1.25. for          95e
A Child's Shoo, regular $2.00 for       $1.50
All sizes in Misses' or
Boys' shoes, regular
$3.00 for      $2.25
All sizes in Misses or
Hoys' Sliose, regular
$4,00 for      $3.00
Ladles' Shoes, reg. $u  $4,50
Ladies' Shoes, reg. $8,   $6.00
Ladles' Shoes, regular
$12.50, for	
included iu this are many li
dollar, Btieh us the Hells & Odd
these High tirade Goods are lit
ALSO SOME DUSTED LINES
There is much in daiuiy lingerie to attract the discriminating lady shopper in this seel ion
Chemises, Camisoles. Vests,
Nightgowns and Negligees-
adorned with handiwork, laces
nnd ribbons—a wide variety of
seasonable goods, nnd a wide
variety of prices.
IVILL HE ON SALE
nes lhal were bought for cash iu slocks offered ul a price on the
y stoek, from Rossland. purchased ut 80o on the dollar, and
ing offered al less limn file wholesale cosl in many Instances.
WILL RE PIT ON SALE Al
Shop  Now   wlillc  the assort-
inents arc complete and new.   S?^
LESS THAN HALE PRICE
White material for fine lingerie
also by Hie yard—Nainsook,
Voile, and Batistes — the sheer
goods for Ihe dainty under-
thin gs.
All at a reduction of 25'« off
or any four yards for the price
of three.
Shop   Now    while   reasonable
prices assure real economies.
Bb
$9.40
A Hunch of Ladles' High Top
Shoes, regular price $12.50, will
be cut in two and sold at 6.25
Ask To lie Shown Tills Line
Shop Now while It In seasonable (nr shopping.
NO HOODS IN THIS SALE CAN RE CHARGED—NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES
W.D.HILL
Nil: LAMES', 1IIHHKN* AND CHILIUtKN'N STORK EXQUISITELY     r Shop Mow
*r\i:i.sn\ TO GET \nv
mi    riSlI   HATCHER! I   NOW
1M.1M- ORGANIZED
Pronarntions    Heiiig    ITado to
Effect liiu Hatching of kum-
loops Trout for IMstrlct
A fish hutching station (or Nelsoo
will be in operation Bhortly, according to nlaim now beiug made by C. \V.
Harrison, Dominion Inspector of
butcheries for British Columbia, who
paid a visit to Hun city recently. He
announces that the basement of the
Magllo block on Baker Street has been
secured and steps will be taken im-
mcdlately to establish a fisheries
subsidiary station here which will be
tbe center for the whole district.
It is planned to bring a large number nf fish eggs from tlie Kamloops
hatchery next spring for distribution
throughout this district Tlie collection of fi:::*- for the N'elson hatchery
will commence about  the middle of
I this month states Mr. Harrison.
Requests for a hatchery havo been
made repeatedly to the nonunion
government by the Nelson and district Rod and Gun nub.
During last session these requests
wort* brought to the attention of tbe
department of marine and fisheries
by l. \V Humphrey, MP., who secor-
I ed  the  assurance  tliat   investigation
i would be curried out aud if possible
the hatchery would be established at
j Nelson
i It is likely that 500,000 fifth eggg
from Kamloops will be brought to
Nelson in the near future for hatcoh-
lug.
TWENTY DOZEN—
LAMES*    Sll,k    HOSE
Colors. Black, Brown & White,
regular price $1.76 per pair, to
l>e Bold out at the special price
Per Pair     95c
LADIES' BLACK, WHITE or
MHOWN LISLK HOSE, regular
60c per pair, to be BOld at Just
about half price. Special at
3 pairs for    $1.00
211 DO/EN COTTON  HOSE in
black and while. Regular 45c
now 4 pairs for $1.00
whemewry purchase means saving.
■i ■    n    =E
Here and Tliei
I.Mm,(in. Scotland, - The cias-
gon Herald says: An agreement has
been made between the Government
o' ths Province of Ontario ami the
Overseas Settlement Committee for
the acceptance by Ontario of a
certain number of Hritish setUera.
The majority will consist of unmarried men. but there will also be
a ilinlted number of married men
ami of youUM and girls over lfi years
of age.    Of the married  men. about
.!'". have already been accepted by
the Ontario authorities In London
from applicants now dwelling lu the
Hebrides, where agents on behalf of
tbe Province have Iwn carrying on
a special .-amass for some time
past The agents are also endeavouring to select from tbe same
[standi a nu.nber of female- farm
workers, and there Is a proposal
that a special ship fhal. be chartered
to sail from the North of Scotland to
convey these settlers in a body.
MEDICINE HAT. Alia. — Ths
Moose Hall was recently the scene
pf what is probably the most important ra.iway function in the history
of Medicine Hat. The occasion was
a banquet and presentation !n honor
of Henry Hardy. J. F. Fisher add
Tho.*. Penhale. all engineers in the
Canadian Pacific Railway service
who have recently ref.red. There
were more than 200 guests. A considerable number of the guests were
from other railway centres throughout Canada.
CAMURI, Ula.   Betseker, a towa
on the r P. R. end G. T. P.. about 36
mile? northeast of Calgary as the
crow files, is in Uie grip of an incipient silver boom. On Saturday
and Sunday men from the local district and from points afield, where
ib^ pewi spread with the usual rapidity of such tiding."., staked out
claims covering several sections
about four miles east of the town.
Tbes> were registered at rbe federal
land office in Calgary.
No assay has yet been made of the
or", but those interested In the property are sending a sample to Edmonton. It may be necessary to
bore another test hole, the finders
say, before sufficient ore can be obtained 'n set a reliable a,*>say. The
original finri was made by crewa
drilling for water and much of the
first ore taken out bas been given
away a.-- samples. Tbe first find
was made about '•.'•-■ months: ago.
CAI.MKT. Alia,—"We cannot expect 'o ret over fn a yea: or so from
tke   effects   of   abnormal   drcum-
itances tbe whole country has been
■ufferinj* from.' remarked W. B.
Unlesn. of Montreal, freight traffic
manager of the Canadian Pacific. In
the course of an Interview irltfa The
Herald, in Calgary, "but I am safe in
making this prophesy ibat this year
will witness throughout Canada a
revival of industry and agriculture,
and thai by 1524. the city of -"alrary
and ibe country tributary to It, as
welt as the rest Ol 'anada are KOlng
to enjoy a return of their former
prosperity."
It was in these, word* tliat tbe
freight traffic majager of the great
transportation   company   replied  to
the i|ie.-tlon as to bow be viewed
presenl condition- "No matter what
pessimists may say," be continued,
"the reaourcei of this country In
minerals and tn the fertility cf its
soil has not been appreciably touched
nnd It ha- been Inadequate!* advertised     The Province of Alberta, with
Iti agricultural possibilities, its
wealth of foal. and !n my opinion,
the iralerpower of its streams and
hills Deed only population to bring
these possibilities Into wealth How
any person can s'urvey all these natural conditions and still remain a
pessimist, lu something I cannot understand." .
Several
IlKOt KVII.I.K. Ontario. ■
|  retirements on pension are announced
, on tbe Canadian Pacific Hallway in
| this vicinity.
James Jelly, road master for the
i railway at Carleton Place for   nany
. years and a native of Leeds county.
■ la retired on pension upon reaching
I the age limit.     Be entered the rail-
j way service as a youth and has seen
1 the railway grow from small begin-
! nines Into the present gre.at system
James  Milllken,   section   fo-cman
for the C.P.K. at. Carleton  Place. Is
also superannuated.   For some yeara
be was on duty on Lbe MonUeel-To-*
ronto  main line   and   a   number of
years ago was transferred to Carlo-
ton Place,    f
After 28 yean as station agent al
MerrlckTllle. and nearly 40 fears ■ ft
the company')* service. James A.
Angus haa also retired on pension.
Ile la being succeeded hy ll. 3. Cor-
nett, TtCTobjanaj (few. m PAGE FOUR
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
Friday, Ootolier llilh. 1998
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Cbt Cranbrook Gerald
Published Every Friday
f. A. WILLIAMS R.   POTTER
Hnbscrlptlon Trice .
To United States ..
.. t$2.C0 per year
.. K2.50 ;ier year
"Witt,   a   HlMloii   Without   a   Muulo"
Printed my Union  Iiiibor
AfverLialng Ratea on Application.
Chang*! for Advertising MUST b* In
thla Ofllca Wadneiday noon th« current
Weak to Bacura attention.
OCTOBER    1923
SVtt   M0K   fill   WED   THU   FRI    SAT
12 3456
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19th, 1823
CRANBROOK  IN  HISTORY
Those who are Interested In
the origin of the name borne by
this city will bu Interested to
learn that the name has a history in the old laud that
least be traced back through al
NOTES
Finis has been written to
another romantic chapter in the'
history of the Canadian north-
land, with the final withdrawal
j this fall of the Imperial Oil tie-]
Ivelopment from the Fort Nor-'
man oil fields. A million1
dollars has been spent iu the:
distrlcl and on the strength of
Ihe Imperial Oil operations a
good deal of speculative money!
was sunk In oil leases at Fort
j Norman.     But   the  bubble  litis;
1 burst, and the rigors of the winter season did a good deal to
depress .the enthusiasm which
the appearance of a little oil
invariably arouses in tbe minds
j of some   who   have visions of
| fabulous   wealth arising   from
I tbe gushers,
The latest gossip from the
coast forecasts a provincial
election early 111 the year, if the
coming session passes off uneventfully. II is slated that il
is proposed to escape the necessity of the government lakingl
a decided stand on several
pressing questions which might
cause a rift in the party, liy
submitting litem to plebiscite.
Vancouver, for the past two
years without a cabinel minister while Prince Rupert has had'
two. may be asked to provide a
seal for one of the northern'
ministers, and the proposed redistribution is to have some effect on the numerical strength
of the bouse, liy eliminating
some of the smaller ridings.
Tlie cily of Lethbridge, quite
off lhe line of tlie red, blue and
black trails, on which the hulk
of Ihe tourist traffic in these
parts is supposed to run, nevertheless feels thai Ibe increase in
tourlsl traffic il has felt tbis
year warrants the city retaining iis membership in tbe tourist association of Southern
Alberta and ll.C.    The assoc-
c\li over Canada,
For more, than 25
years. It has set
and maintained the
standard For goods
of-its class. .Its
use is increasing
daily because of
its strength, purity
and universal
satisfaction   •
fure Food insures
good health *
D7a^ic faking"
"Powder insures
pure  Pood   <
CANADIAN   MADE
4QCi
Tpcal Happenings
FROM THE VIEW-POINT
OF
OUR CONTEMPORARIES
iation is noi organized lo push'-dlscussl'
tho
interests of any particular
more than another, but lo
HYKNTV YEARS AGO
extracts from The Cranbrook
Herald of this date, 1903.
Au
ion is now abroad to pro-
Ido a Minting rink for Cranbrook,
mil an annul will bo made to flout
i Btock company to provide funds for
hi.~t I'liruosG.
Surveyors
ruposed bra
can alii'outp
advance the, interests   of   the
.    .      .tourist travel generally, ami if
about the past three centuries.        ..     ..    .  ,      r   ...  . *■„„,„
a city situated as Lethbridge is
A subscriber there wlio has fools',,,,, beneflts so decidedly,
from time to time senl lo tlie Burely Cranrook derives a good
Herald interesting information ileal more of it.
regarding a suburb of London!
where the name "Cranbrook" |
is a fretiuent occurrence, now
sends further news of the demolition of a building known as!
Cranbrook Castle, which dates!
back to tlie year 1765, and stood
as a landmark all these years
It might have stood for several
centuries more, had not the apparent perverseness of tlie authorities ordered its removal for
causes not determined.
This building stood on an
eminence from which there was
an outlook of wide range over
several counties, it. was bui
apparently at the whim of
wealthy landowner of the district, and took its title
castle not from the imposing
dimensions of tlie place so much
as from its turreted appearance.
Jt was intended not as a residence but for a mausoleum,
and the vault was constructed
with fourteen niches, to receive
the remains of the builder's
family. Above this was a chapel, and still higher were
rooms, presumably for Hie
mourners. It was never used
for this somewhat gruesome
purpose, however, and later became attached to the adjoining
farm land in connection with
which it was used as a habitation.
During the war years tlie
build of the place rendered it
eminently suitable for lookoul
purposes against aircraft raids
and other movements, and was
so used by the military authorities. Since then it again fell
into disuse, and rather than
leave tbe place to ihe wanton
destruction that always comes
to abandoned places, il was decided apparently to raze tbe
structure.
So the name of Cranbrook,
however it originated, has had votlon
some place in history, witli a with wliidi
turreted eastle. even  if then:
has been no dukedom, earldom
THK COMING SESSION
Premier Oliver stated lately thut
liu expected tho coming session of the
Provincial Legislature) to bo short
and tranquil. IU- la going to Introduce
a redistribution measure, and ir this
measure Is nol productive of much
acrimonious ami hitter dissent Ion,
then a will bo an extraordinary measure Indeed. The Kins Government ui
Ottawa has had a committee sitting
upon a measure of distribution for
Iho Dominion for nearly two years,
and the subject is considered so delicate that Hie administration hesitates
to produce the report tor the consideration of tho members.
But thero is another matter that
may cause the Qovernment some
considerable troubla Vancouver
wants the liquor question opened for
Vancouver is u thorn iu
ot thin government, as It
;i esu.se of disquietude to
rmnents. It commands a
votes, and no admlnlstra-
John Smith, lumberjack, teams tar,
veteran of tho war, ami a resident ot
Bast Kootenny for twenty years, was
found dead In Toby Creek'one morning recently. The verdict of the jury
wns death by misadventure.
Mrs. tVnderton left on Sunday last,
accompanying lier mother, Airs. Jones,
who bus been visiting here for some
months, on her way back to her home
iu Manchester, ISnglaml. Mrs, An-
itcrtoii will proceed cast us far as
Montreal.
Among thy road work recently authorized iu the province is the slashing and burning of a further seven
acre section ou the Creaton-(J oui foil
road at Arrow Creek by Messrs. De-
Wolf & Ham, CQtitractors, who have
recently completed the grading of the
road noarby. In the Columbia district further highway Improvements
nre contemplated, a survey to cost
$1000 being authorized on the West
Side road along Lake Windermere
parallel    wiih   tho   Columbia River
The Premier mine last week paid a
quarterly dividend of einlit cents a
share ou tlie 5,000,000 share*; of the
company, a total disbursement of
$-100,000. This brings the,total dividend payments made by the Premier
Up to $1,000,000 for tho year and to a
total of $4,450,000 within u year and
leu months. Heavily interested in
the Premier are A. B. Trite*, Rolia W.
Wood and W. II. Wilson ull of Fernie
These three, with R. K. Nolll, brought
this now famous mine to the point, of
production and then sold half their
holdings to the American Smelting &
Refining Company.
Mrs. U. .\. Moui'hoase left ou Tuesday's  uaiu.lur  Peuticion  where  she
will visit with friends for two or three
weeks, accompanied liy her little
daughter,
On Sunday evening a special service of sour was held in Hie Methodist
church, which was well atlended, and
from expressions of opinion heard, it
is to be hoped thai the services will
he more frequent.
Dr. and Mrs. l-\ \\, Croon returned
on Friday last from a three weeks
Hip io Montreal, to which clly thoy
had uocompanied their daughter, who
has entered the Royal Victoria College
there.
H.      White,     customs     collector  ot
Cranbrook, was here on an oftlolal
visit Friday. Until such time us the
route of the new north and south road
Is definitely settled there Is hardly
likely lo ho a change In tho location
of tho customs olllce al Rykerts,—
Creston Review.
Mr. and Mrs. Orvl! Thompson returned on Tuesday from a visit with
'Mrs. Thompson's relutivos in Southern Alberta. Mr. Thompson has severed his connection wiih the Courier
oltlce in this cily where he has been
employed since lis inception, anil will
probably ko to Spokane where his
brother Nisei is also residing
An announcement made by Hon. j.  the i-i.inlcns havo been no less excep-
D. MacLean, provincial secretary, Is tlonal.    Bouquets of tlie hardy vari-
lo tlie effect that  following the con-   oties   that    have   withstood   Hie   first
ference of deputy ministers of ediu.-a- fall fronts are still being picked to
Hon of Hie four western provinces, adorn tho tables, and show alt the
ihe curricula of public schools will he1 pristine glory of lhe beginning of the
revised. Other important changes, in- season. Crauhrook anil district have
eluding longer training periods for had tt summer and. fall to "write home
teachers, also are expected to result j about" so why not let's do it?
from the conference. The text-hooks'
of geography, grammar, uiithmetic
and spelling will he revised ami it is
| expected that each province may
manufacture its own text-hooks.
Taken ull in all the revisions iu thu
school system are the result of a
long period uh' Investigation and a
material Improvement in general educational methods Is anticipated,
A splendid spring and summer
growing season has lengthened out
with a fall Just as noteworthy, and
tlio sunshiny days ami clear nights
have iiiude the harvest season of thi'
year of grace 1088 u memorable one.
Bountiful yields rrom the fields have
been garnered in. and lhe flowers in
MODEl DAIRY
T. E. AISTIN Prop.
FRESH MN.K AND CREAM
DELIVERED H.UI.V
There Is N'u liollcr Komi thnn
Mllh
_ I'HONi: ISII —
Marvellous Values
m.
the  flesh
has  been
other  gov
number ol
Hon wliich de.-ircs lo remain in power
dare refuse lo give ear lo Its demands,
Consequently  the  premier  may  find
the coming session mora important in
"0 still at work on the
h line to run from Yahk
io the boundary, which would form
pari of a direct mute from Crauhrook
io Spokane.
M is announced thai the bonus of
$600,000 granted hy the Dominion will
ensure without question tlio building
ot the Kootenay Central Railway.
A literary, musical and dramatic
society has heen formed In Cranbrook
to present local talent entertainments.
it. 13. Seattle is the first president.
,1. 1'. Fink left this week on an easy
trip to the coast and other points. He
expects to drive through the Okanagan country aud may go south to California before returning.
ji.. developments and more
certing iu iis debater than lu
pates,—-Victoria Colonist.
discon-
aulie
"The Wonderful Heroine" is the
title of a beautiful picture which is
being given free to subscribers or tbe
Family Herald and Weekly Star, of
Montreal. The picture is IS x 24 inches in size ami tbe coloring Is said
lo be perfect.
When one stops to think that two
dollars secures the Family Herald and
Weekly Star for a whole year (52 issues of 72 pages each) including this
beautiful and Inspiring picture, one
wonders how It is dyne. Kadi subscriber, new or renewal, will receive
the picture, providing he nets quickly.
The amassing life story of "Tbe
Wonderful Heroine" has been printed
In pamphlet form and a copy may be
obtained free by sen I Ing a post curd
addressed to the Family Herald and
Weekly Star. Montreal.
Ih What Tliey All Sny  VI 1
FRAMES
BREAD — PIES — CAKE
Mill PASTRY
{ PHONE 87
AN'll WB WILL CALL
The Home Bakery
MIKIII'IIV ATE.
McGill University
MONTREAL
I'lKllllj    III'
MUSIC
Decide NOW In enter let
Anniinl loenl Kjnnilnnllons
Through those oxnmlnntlonq—
open to the pupils or ull teachers nml helil by competent uml
Impartial examiners—the standing ot a student may he ascertained nml preeress tested. They
are ulso preparatory lo the
diploma nml degree courses In
music, wliich. taken from McGill,
Ihe "National University or Canada", are recognized everywhere
as or Ihe highest standing.
Theoretical Examinations will he
held on or alioul May Till, and
Practical Examinations during
May and .lune at various centers throughout Canada.
Preparation tor the Examlnn-
tinns should he commenced at
once, and tiu'ilier Information
regarding the different grades,
music lo he prepared, fees, etc.,
and application forms mny lie
obtained hy applying direct to
the Secretary or llio Faculty or
Music of McQIll University, or
to the local Seoretnry, II. E.
BOWER, Esq. lira 488, Crnnbrook, n. C.
"Well.   I'm   having   a   few
friends In tomorrow, and would
like you to semi me some of thnt
DELICIOUS   CRYSTAL   DAIRY
ICE CREAM."
He Are Sow Serving
Hut llrlnks hi tlio Parlor.
Headquarters  ror
FINEST FRUITS — HOMEMADE CANDY 4 CHOCOLATES
Special!
Hand Rolls  60<i '»•
PATRICIA
Phone 47
pitr:v.:y.ivi: luv.
No. yuu cannol legislate people in-11
to heaven, bul the kingdom of evil If
can ho largely overthrown and aii
great number of the victims of vice,[I
crime, disease and injustice, can belt
delivered by wise legislation, worth-'l
Ily administered; and countless oth-lf
ers ran be prevented from being victimized. - Exchange.
THK IMTY OF IM KEVIN
There is a ureal deal ot truth in the
views held by authorities in the matte;- of youthful delinquents. There
Is a clear call for the exercise of parental responsibility without a relegating of duties by parents to liodies
such as schools and children's welfare societies. These have their own
work, it is true, bul the first luty Is
in the home where there is the opportunity for first Influences tn the
child.—Lethbrldge Herald,
3Jj 13^1 Cltlllf JIINIMIllMC3nilJIUIUIC3lll £>l IJIIIIJ If 11C 31JIJI MllJMC3[inili:kJI1C3inillilJI*ll-t3ll>ltlJ C39IIJIIIIJ:mlL^^lJIJIItlMJC3^IMlfclfllt*<:3EM1llllbll [
Corporation of the City of Cranbrook
Municipal Voters List
Edmondson's
Dance Orchestra
OPEN POR ENGAGEMENT
'The Music With The Pep"
iiox :.'J2
SPECIAL MUSICAL SEE.
vice i\ knox church
SUNDAY  EVENING
.BIBLE THOUGHT
•FOR TODAY—
;tiU MMriMtL will  PTT--   *
ia titnuc* In after tetrt
\
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that those persons
who are entitled lo register as Llcenseholders or Householders must do so before the 31st day of October.
Those who have become property holders since
Ihe last Voters' List should notify the undersigned before November 30th next.       A
\    F. W. tfURGESS,
Cranbrook, B.C.,
October 18th, 1923
City Clerk,
ff   u-u
Those responsible for the special
evening of song In ihe Presbyterian
church mi Bumttiy erenlng lasi must
have been gratified with the large
congregation attending the Bervlce,
the church being crowded] and Judging by the vim with which nil the old
lime BOngfl were sunn, they were still
well remembered by a Kood number.
During   the   week   about   n   hundred
or other titled distinction
Inched to lt.
speiful Invitations hud been sent out
by nn Interested member of tlie congregation l<i friends and others whom
It   wus   though)   might   be* interested
in knowing of the special music, nmi
ibis doubtless helped to swell the nt-
tondance.   After singing several of
t::o old hymns. Mrs. J. Norgrove and
Mrs. Thompson rendered a beautiful
duet.   The pastor, Rev. B. W. MacKay*
gavo  nn Interesting address on the
benofits to he derived from such nn
evening of song, bringing back, us ii
did to nnmy, recollections of former
days nnd associations, and   he   pufd
high tribute to the old folk whose de-
eviileneed  by the  fervor
the old sours were sung,
1 what ihey meant to tliein.
In Humble FftltH" wns the nut hem
title re il liy the choir which wns much
iiuuuiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiit]! iiiriClnn jciiMitiniJh.c J LHiMC3.iLiiihJiniC] nuire ] jumcj iitiuhCJiii inn jumui iDMiu.rjitJirJcriiCl
I      ■!.;■'  ...   i    !       ,.:-!..! :.     \        -, „• Vi
Christmas & New Year s
in the Old Country
Special Train
tt**I appreciated, Mrs. 0, II. Wonl lukltiKJ Ijiril Ik uiy strength anil sour, anil lie |
I the nolo in a very pleasing manner,    [in heeums my ■ulvatluii,   Kiwliu 15:!. 'u
k In
Snliinlay. October in
A LAMP AND A I.M'.HT:    Thy wonl
In a lamp iiniu my feel anil n Unlit
unto my path,—Psalm 110:105.
+   -1-   -I-
Snnilii). nelnlur 21
Hi) WE:- Jwiib khIiI unto him. thnn
shall love the Lord thy Hod with all
thy heart, and with all thy soul, and
with all thy mind.—Matthew -"J:::".
+   +   f
Monitor. October ii
SOW  nol'NTlrTU.Y:      He   which
Bowetll    sparingly    shall    reap    also
sparingly!   nnd   lie   which   soweth
bountifully Bhall   ronp   also bountifully.—8 Corinthians 9:0,
+   +   +
Tuesday, Oelnher till
THK WHOLE HEART! — Dlessotl
are  they  that  keoi>  his  testimonies,
and   Unit   seek  him   wllh   the   whole
heart.—psalm 110:2,
Wednesday. October 21
+   +   +
THK   SINN'KU:—Therefore   to  him
I:.nl knoweth to do good, nnd doetll
It not, to him ll Is sin.—Jatnofl 4:17,
+   +   +
Thursday, Oelnher S3
HUMILITY AND EXALTATION:—
Humble yourselves   therefore   under [
tho mighty hand of aofl, that be may For Hoservntlons on Trains und Steamship  Ask  Any
■-xi.il you In due tlmo.—1 Potor ri:«. '
-1-   -1-   +1
I rl.li.y. Oelnher 21!
STRENGTH   AND   BONO: — Tho
CANADIAN
Pacific
from WINNIPEG, December 11,1923
lllri'il lo the Ship's Side fnr Snlllnir of I lie
S.S. MONTCALM, December 14,1923
FJtOM WEST ST. JOHN, N.H.
NOW OPEN
Western Caie and Rooms
VAN HORNE STREET      —      Opposite C, 1\ II. Depot
Newly Constructed Fireproof I'.uildiug
FULLY MODERN AND NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS
—     FIRST CLASS CAFE IN CONNECTION     -
ONIA KIREl'UOOK HOTEL IN CRANRROOK
Through Tourist Sleeping
From EDMONTON, SASKATOON, CIAI.C
JAW. REG1NA, and WINNIPEG, will be
.. the following sailings from West St.
S.S. .Mnntelare
Tn l.iver|iiiiil
Snlllmr Her, 7
S.H. JIKI.ITA
Tn S'lliunniton
Stilling Oer. Ill
S.S. Mimtenlni
To l,lver|iunl
Hulling Her. IC
Agent
HIIKN YOU TRAVEL USE ONE SERVKEi THnOBGHOCT
CANADIAN PACIFIC
■■■■■—■<———pi— i ■—■ stsxaamq*
WyW.V.V".WAWa*a*a*.*.
THE ARROW STAGE LINE
IS NOW RUNNING 1»A1I,V BETWEEN
Cranbrook and Fernie
Route!—Fort Steele, Hull River, Wardner nnd Elko.
Leaving Cranbrook: leaving Fernie:
Cranbrnok Hotel! 8 a.m. King Ednnrd ilotell II p.m.
Prices to Fernie $r,.00 and lo oilier points according to
distance
}  WILL HANDLE EXPRESS AMD LIGHT FREIGHT
'     For Cranbrook, Plume Kootenay (linage MT
For Fernie, Phone Ferule Garage, MR
Anybody Wishing to Go Flailing or for »We»Je
.c • % . - °i     Arrangement* Will Gladly lie *inii»'
VICTORIA CAFE
| \ COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL
Newlsr Opened
'<-       OYSTERS IN THE SHELL HAVE JUST
 ARRIVED  FROM  THE COAST	
These We Serve Any Styles-
Try a Stew or a Delicious Fry
Or On The Half Shell Friday, Oetnlier llllli, 1)12!)
THB  CRANBROOK   1IERAL9
PAGE   FIVE
IMBERLEY and WYCLIFFE
INTERESTING  ITEMS CONC ERMNG   HAPPENINGS IN  ANI» ABOUT THE BUSY TOWN' ON THE NORTH BBANCH, WHERE MINING, LUMBERING AND FARMING INTERESTS ARE SUPREME.
**+*•
*
;"l'********,K">***+*+*+*     T. J. Summers hns heen 111 [or s»v-
KIMBERLEY       !fal<"m
NF\A/^ IMOTF*^       I     W. & Guillaumo of the Consolidated
IML.W./O WKJ 8 t^O J staff al Tadanac. returned to his home
on Friday, after spending three weeks
here.
-f.*t>tf.*.t..t.*.H$*******$*44**4"M>
Mr. ami Mrs. I.. Crowe ami party of
friends wero lioro Monday evening
from Wycliffe lo attend llio Banff orchestra dunce.
Mr* JaniM
ho St. ISuge
s impr
A lio i
iiriuuii to
t at Crnnbraoh
iik.
Mrs. Conllor, nf Vmir, ii.t', arrived
here last wool* owing lo lite Illness of
hor danghtor, Mrs. C i,
l U'ln it deeldlng on llial now building or tlml repair world, Bee Qoo, It.
tattle, ttic Pioneer Bulkier nr Kim
liorley ami Cranbrook, istt
Oeorge Daklgron who has beon on
ii month's holiday tn I tan if and U.K.
points, returned home on Monday
ovoniug aftor a very plcnsaiit Jonrnoy.
Mrs. I..
guest of .'
days Insl
iwo nf Wycliffe was the
FI. .1. Chomnt for a few
A. A. Ward and Dr. llanlngton
wlio havo been on •' hunting trip to
the Elko district returned Wednesday.
Ueorg
Into his
i Plant hu
new home
moved his family
in Kimberley,
Mr. ami Mrs. o. C, Thompson, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. ll. Thompson, of Blairmore, ami John McMahon
spent n few days   in   Spokane last 11* Cornell and W. Poole.
week, returning on Sunday evening.
A recently formed girls' club held
Us first social meeting on Friday}
evening at the homo of the president,
Miss Anna Tofelt. The girls expect I
lo meet every Friday evening during i
the winter months and are looking I
forward to a busy und pleasant time.
Ordered Martial Law
in Oklahoma
Norman Barr of tiie O.P.Ft. nl ('ran-      m**, e. S.
brook, was here for a few duys as-  Montreal
sisting   wllh   tho   work   ul.   lhe   local i short holitl
depot.
Shannon of the Dank of
a11" has returned from u
v at Tadanac,
I1 Burns & Co. have started work on
(ho erection of u one storey building
for their butcher shop, the work being in the hands of V. J. Hums, contractor of Calgary. The same firm
are building a roaldonea here for lite
local manager of the bustuoBB,
Pat Hnnloy of Trail, was a visitor
on Tuesday for a fow hours, lie wus
accompanied by Mr. Crysdulo.
Robert McQueen spent Monday ami
Tuesday In Cranbrook.
Anyone considering taking tife insurance should consult Martin Bros.,
Cranbrook. They are District Agents
for Canada's largest life company, and
huve specialized in that business for
fifteen years. 15tf
Among the Klmborley people who
attended the Banff orchestra dunce in
Cranbrook were Mr. und Mrs. H. McLeod, Mr. and Mrs. \V, I.cumau, Mr.
and Mrs. W. B. Caldwell, Mr. and Mrs.
F Carlson, Qeorge McKay, E. Jackson,
Club Cafe, ('ranbrook, commodious,
Clean, comfortable, 15tf
A. Johnson
Mens' Furnisher
BOOTS AM) SHOES
Suit Cases nml Trunks
OVERALLS
Boots nr.o she,-: Neatly Repnlrml
Sainsbury&Ryan |
BUH.DEKS AM»
CONTRACTORS
Alvin 10. Perkins of Vancouver, was
a business visitor here Monday.
Mrs. Wilkinson and brother, of
Cranbrook, were visitors to the city
Sunday nfternooin.
j a number of Kimberley people motored to Cranbrook on Saturday.
Mrs. A. Ward, McDougnll Heights,
was hostess at the tea hour on Tuesday.
W. R. Diamond arrived here lust
week for a few days stay, returning lo
bis home on Monday.
Plan's for the new four-roomed addition to the school house are being
completed and work will bo started
as soon as possible.    v
j c. A. Bennett and family of Sullivan Hill have moved Into their new
I home in Kimberley.
;.       Kstlmates  Given and  Work
Guaranteed
Telephones 2113 and 311
I   CRANBROOK     •     ll.C. 1
ELiiMir ■:"            ' r 1
! WHITE LUNCH'
NOW OPEN
t    *     •
STEALS  AT  All, HOURS
•   •   •
A l.A CARTE SRRVIOE
A. Mellor
Cfiicriil Merchant
stj|iit' ami Fancy Groceries
Qent'a FurnlBhlnga
BOOtfl  tniil   Shoes
SKI
IS    FOR    PRICES
Kimberley Laundry
IMillt   SEW   MAXAQKXBNT
WORK I All,I li FOR
A Nil DELIVERED
MIKE  WASYT.UK
Prop.
IVIirii Vou 'I'lilnk nl liiMiruiivi'
-- I'ull l'p   -
BEALE &ELWELLI
I'll one '.Mi     ::     Cranbrooli
Side  Agtllta far hlmlicilcj  Tnnnslte,
Dimor's Cafe
i, i m ii i it i, i: v
— Oiifii liny ami Niglit —
Vim nlll Kill") linn Mi'iil* at
till, t'nfo
Our BtrvlCfl In Prompt uli'l wa
fthvuyn try In |ilonso.
nii'iT *   BOFT DRINKS -
Light natroahmanli
Kimberley Garage
AND
Electrical Supplies
1 111 lltH \L    CONTRACTING
1I0USH WIRING k SI ITMKS
Agentfl tor Edison
MAZDA QfiOBBS
Have a Local Man do your work
.1. F. LOONEY?   ::   Prop.
Tbo dance niven on Monday evening by ihe Banff orchestra wus a
huge success. Tho music was greal
and there was Ihe usual large crowd.
Bvcryoue wus out to enjoy themselves
mul no one seemed to mind being
walked over. All were pleased to
bear thut the orchestra would be in
Kimberley uguln on December loth,
when a dunce will he given under the
auspices uf the hockey club.
I'. .1. Cram, asslstanl superintendent
at tlie llosstand properties o( the Consolidated company was in town for a
few days this week.
Mr. Pinch has left for his home lu
Medicine Hat. He wus accompanied
by J. S. Fisher.
Several car loads of Cranbrook
people came up for the dance on Monday ovenlng. Among those noticed
were Misses Martin, McCullum, V.
Wolfe, P, McDonald. D. Greaves,
Prances uml Delia Drummond, !«.
Armstrong, M. Patterson, Carlisle. T.
Johnson, M. Robert son. 1. Didder, Mr.
and Mrs. Dove, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
Hill, Messrs. Bachelor, Manning and
Dr. Huffman.
Winter is coming! The first of the
'he.vitiHir fell on Monday night.
However, it served merely as u warning as It all disappeared by noon on
Tuesday.
Allien Johnson bus had an addition
built lo his shoe store aud has enlarged his stoek.
Special Harvest. Home services
were held in tlie Kimberley Methodist
church on Sunday. The church was
suitably decorated and special music
made the service very attractive.
Jos. (liegerleh, r*f Kaslo. graduate
of the University of B.C. arrived here
Friday to take up mining work.
A. Capern is visiting with his family iu Victoria,
Miss Fox of the public school stuff
was off her duties for a duy last week
with Illness.
Walter Long, of Grand Forks, who
arrived hero recently has opened it
barber shop in the Mark Creek store
building,
Mr. and Mrs. H. Thompson and
small daughter huve returned to their
home in Blairmore after spending
some time visiting Mr. Thompson's
brothor and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs.
0. c. Thompson.
George Amos has taken tbe home
of Qeorge riant on McDougall heights.
I h C Salmon, representing the Wll-
! lis piano company, of Nelson, was a
I business visitor here last week.
j a Mellor, local merchanl is bulld-
{ Ing a bungalow which be and his
family will occupy on its completion,
Mr. Jones, accountant ol the Bank
of Mont real. Nelson, who has heen
relieving Mr. Shannon here. left for
I Nelson on Priday.
M1M.RAI, ACT
(Form  F)
Certlftonto nf Improvement*
Gov. j. 0. (.lack) Walton of Oklahoma, wile placed his entire state
iiiider initi'tiiil law to suppress Hog*
■tings. He also forbade a special and
extraordinary session of the state
legislature   which   woui'd   Impeach
blip,     He   Ihis   U-ph   severely   crltl-
•izeii by newspapers,
N 0 TICK
■\V.\WASWi%\W.WJV.VrV
Morrison & Burke
Dmlcr* Iii (mil and Wood
TRANSFER WORK DONG
Tell your wives and tell your
mWtVJW
Bruce Robinson
Teacher of Music
Studio: Baker St., Cranbrook
Phona IM
R0BI»5QN'5 ORCHESTRA-DANCES ARRANGED FOR
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada Limited
OFFICES, 8MKLTINO AND REFININO DBPAKTHINT
TBAIL,   BBITWH   COLUMBIA
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
Pnrchaaen of Gold, Sllrer, Copper, Lead k Zlae Orel
Producers of Gold, Hlher, Copper, Pig Lead aad Zlae
"TADANAC* BBAND
"Lance Jack." "Brat* Hut," "Boom,"
"Huh." Blighty," "Hod Tape," "StaB,"
"Bine," "Obsorvar," "Pilot," "Pud Fr,"
"Tar," "Pop," "l.mTy." "Douva,"
"Cayus*. Fr." "Ack Ack," "Ace,"
"Parachute," "Yap," "Tanlac," "San,'
"Fwrlau," "Blimp," "Spad," "Park,"
■Too Much," "KHz Fr.." "Oil," 'Boa
Fr.." "Petit,"
MINERAL CLAIMS
Situate in iho i'iiiit stkki.r Hiatal
lilvlslmi ot Kootenay District;
Wliere looatod — On the Sulllraa
Hill, near Kimlierley, B.C.
TAKB NOTtOB that The Consolidated Minim; it Smelting Company,
ot Canada. Limited, Free Mlner'e Cer-
tltlcato Nn. "5800-C, Intend, sixty dayi
from the date hereof, to apply to tha
Mining Recorder (or a Certificate of
IniprnvomoiitB. for the purpose of oh-
tolnlng a Crown Grant of the abore
claim.
And further take notice that action,
under section 85, must he commenced
before the Issuance ot such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this °:ird day of August,
A. I). 192".
Mr. J. rantarutti arrived from Italy
Ihis week wllh his family; Jimmle la
un old Miner In Wycliffe und seems
lilud to lie hack aRiiln 111 Canada.
THK CONSOLIDATED MININO
AND SMELTING CO., OF
CANADA, LIMITED,
Per K. Q. Montgomery, Agent.
F. Mylroa of Calgary, who ho
111 this district for several da:
toreil to Spokane lasl Friday. I
ing on Monday. He was accoiu
liy Dr. Lome Hlce.
a husiness vis-
C. H. Urimtli was
itor from Calgary.
Mr. Van Ward; of Vancouver, of the
Vun I.00 Cigar Company was in town
ou Saturday.
Mrs. McDonald, of Halley, Idaho,
who has heen tlie guest of Mrs. Morley has returned to Cranbrook.
J. H. O'lioiinell, of Edmonton, Altu.,
was In town on Friday und left Saturday for Balfour. Mr. O'Donnell
will return shortly.
R. W. Genge. of Nelson, arrived
here Friday.
John McLelsh, director of the department of mines, Ottawa. W. P.
Tims also of Ottawa and connected
with the same department, and W. K.
Simpson, milling engineer, of tlie
Kirkland Lake district, paid a visit
lo Kimlierley on Monday and were
shown through the new concentrator
nuil the mines before leaving lor Nelson and Trull on Tuesday.
CONSOLIDATED 10.
EXPECTED TO RESUME
,   WOBK AT ItllSSLAXD
All Indications point to shipments
of ore from the Rossland mines of the
Consolidated Milling & Smelting Co.
lieing started before the cad of the
mouth.
The new boiler house is Hearing
completion ami the crushing plant is
ready to lie placed in operation.
Many workers are arriving there,
tile conditions in the mines always
having been regarded as good, anil it
is expected thut In Hie next few weeks
the Consolidated will havo 5110 men
working there.
MINING MEKT1NU TO
TAKE PLACE AT THAU,
WEDNESDAY THIS W EEK
Tlie B.C. Division of lhe Canadian
Institute of Mining and Metallurgy
wiir to meel at Trull on October IT.
The papers to ho presented included:
Symposium liy Departmental
Heads on Milling und Metallurgical
Practise of the Consolidated M. & S.
Co.": "Mining and Smelling Operations at Anyox." liy I,. It. Clapp;
"Recent Mining and Metallurgical
Developments ut Britannia," by W. M.
Brewer; "Tht History and Progress
cf Mining In the Kootenays." by s. s.
Fowler; "Undiscovered Mines In
British Columbia," by Mr. W. (I. Ug-
low; "Publicity uml The Midlng Industry," hy c. M. Campbell) "Small
Scale Mining Operations and Their
Problems." by A. G. Langley; "The
General Geology and Ore Deposits of
the Grand Forks. Greenwood. Osoyoos
and Simllkonieen Mining Division*,"
by P. B. Freelnnd, and "The Sulphur
Industry." by F. W. Guernsey. Those
attending will also be given an opportunity of visiting the Trail Smelter.
ORE SHIPMENTS
RECEIVED AT
TRAII. SMELTER
Following Is a statement of ore received at the Trail Smelter for the
period October 1st to 7th, inclusive
Name of Mine.       Ixiculily
Alamo Mill, Ahimo, ll.C	
Cork Province. Zwicky, lie,, ..
Galena Farm, silverton. B.C., ..
Knob Hill. Republic. Wash
Qullp, Republic, Wash	
T. H. Ptdduok, Alice Arm, B.C,,
Rambler, Rambler, IK1	
Silversmith, Sandon, ll.C	
Company Minos 	
Washington, Rambler, ll.C	
Tons
•    • I J*****************************************************
WYCLIFFE NOTES
J. Rogers and family havo
-il trom a visit to Mrs. Ropers',
a in Medicine Hat,
ll ,i Chomat and family are I
i al  tin' home of Mr. ami Mrs.
Frank liuiiifurd was a Friday
looii visitor ai Wycliffe,
(i Crosby lias finish oil harvest-
i.s crop and as he is tile nearest
[try's prairie farmer, it is litter-
to bear thai he has obtained a
ine yield of grain from a limited
ry Caldwell bad the mtsfor-
wrisl Oil Friday last
tttlng a car toad nf logs; in
injury, however, onr gen-
ulnctor is still at work and has
in   interest   whatever
B..r
bi
the
Id's s.Ti.
Friends of Air. ('has. Mower were
surprised to set1 him again iu thft old
familiar haunts sn soon after tbe accident in wlii h In* rocoived a broken
leg. Charlie lias trained a pair nf
crutches In behave remarkably well
und Is glad lo lie aide to get around
gnaln after his sojourn in hospital.
Mr. il. I.. Bean, representing the
General Appraisal Company, of Se~
little, is I'li^nu^d in appraisal work on
THE
Otis Staples Lumber Co.,
I Limited
*
I Manufacturers all Kinds of Lumber
! Pine, Fir, and Larch             ;
% SLAB WOOD                                       I
I SPECIAL ATTENTION LOCAL ORDERS       |
| HIQH CLASS MILL WORK                   J
* t
% Enquiries Promptly Dealt With               i
! MILL OFFICE & YARD                     J
j Wycliffe, B.C.
FINANCIAL POST SAYS satisfied  tonrlsta  \
.MONKV IN TOURIST BUS-    the benefits ef the
INKSK WI.I.I, INVESTED tare."
•iiriiu
multiply
expend!*
The Financial I
with Ihe reBlllto o
lichy in varioii?
"There is perhaps
>st says, in dealing
campaigns of pub-
pans of Canada:
no more profitable
Industry in Canada than the tourist
industry. Like any oilier Industry,
io lumber company's plant. He will IH shows returns for good sound bus-
■ in w.vlliffe tor several days and ■■"•*** backing. It pays for Investment
ill then proceed to the company's to S00*1 r01itlB< •' l,u>'8 dividends ..-i
rm at Vauxhall, Alia, I capital invented in hotelK which give
I satisfactory nervine and it puys in
I profits to dealers und to merchants
j who sell wanted Koods at fair prices.
And over all, like any other well conducted business, it shows satisfactory
returns for money well expended in
advertising when the governments,
the hotel keepers and the merchants
are prepared to live up to the advertising and send back to their homes
t't> have been literally pestered to
Ih with Inquiries concerning our
■rt of last week re tlie aoseitt-mln-
ded poker player; bul be Is the same
hero, wlio oil" nlghl lasi week arrived
home in Ibe wee sum' bonis and calmly Informed his spouse Unit if breakfast wasn't ready liiere would he a
declaration of war.
ll is agreed that a well organized.
properly conducted campaign of this
kind should be regarded as ;» good
business proposition. Dm like every
oiher sound advertising campaign, it
should liave the righl goods back of
it. In this section ■>:' Cat ...'..i tliera
is  nearly ovorythfng  to  make such &
campaign a bui cess —long tunir* of
BuuBhttte ami scenery unexcelled Hny*
where in the world. But as yet there
. e not uniformly tii'od roads.
DENNIS QWONC
WYCLIFFE
Market Gardener
WATCH FOB MY WAG03
The sintfiiill shul down Tuesday for
perldd of ten duys or so, In order
dial necessary repairs might be made.
Tills work will not be extensive, but
the general overhauling thai is done
yearly will be attended to.
The man who conscientiously observes tiiose courtesies of tbe roud
that. Insure safety, and freedom from
annoyance, Is wise. We hope to have
an article In the near future with regard to this, that as n statement of
fads may prove nf interest to Wye-
liffo poople.
Among those presenl from Wycliffe
ai lbe Banff orchestra dance fn Cranbrook, Friday evening last were. Mr.
nnd Mrs. I.. Crowe. Mrs. II. Chomat. |
.Mrs. C. (V Staples, and Messrs. Damon
Poster, Waller Staples, J. Pennington,
Pete Frnnzen, l.. Piper. 13, Siaples.
mid li. Johnson.
fam-Sak     lie!
Baby's Best
"California
Laxative
Fig  Syrup'
is
Fn
tl Hunter returned Tuesday from
a iwo weeks vacation trip, concerning
wliich Fred is very non-committal but
Hives tlie impression thnt he enjoyed
his holiday.
Mr. and Mrs. I,. Crowe. Miss K.
Curley. Miss A. Iteekie and Messrs.
Damon Foster and .1. Pennington attended tbe Ilnnrr orchestra dance at
Kimberley on  Monday evening-
CHILD! TERIIIU MIHt   Ut   A.
Simmer*, Poiimisier ol OelJuow. Suit,
writes !—*'! Zam Bait performed wonderful healing m tbe case ol ray little two-
year old boy who fell from bis cbi.r
against a red-hot beater! One side of
fail (.tee and bis eu were ju*.t frilled
I dresied the burns liberally with to.*
soothing Zain-bM.t dady. Ia two weeks
Zam Uuk grew beautiful new skin.''
FROIMITTIN UM HMLEO. - - Wb -
going to school one morning I fot both
mv ear* badly frozen.'' writes Miss Mary
llerrington, of Uarewood. S B, "They
*•—:- s.vlj':l*n twice nurmal sue and
ptilled intens-ly. Fortunately I bad
lime /.am Buk on hand and applied it
immediacy I got indoors The relief
Zam- Muk gave was wonderful 11 slopped
pain almost immediately, and quicklv
took o it ihe inflammation and swelling "
" ECZEMA IN TNE HANDS caused me
three years awful suffering." writes Mr
.Vnu; Joiey, of Spry Harbor. Hahfat
NS, "The intense Itching kept ne
awake at nights I had tried ointments
and lotions without result before I got
Zam Hni This wonderful healer quickly
temoved every trace of disease "
Calgary. Alia.—Female help in Alberta will not be allowed to work more
than 4S bours a week, excepting In
unusual cases, when 5)! hours will be
permitted, according td provisions of
the Minimum Wage Acl  which have
]U8t        become      effective.
7AM BUK
warm. r.*ld-i.
Hurry Mother! A teaapoonful of
•California Pig Syrup" !.•■*' Will
thoroughly clean the little bowela ar.d
in a few hoars you hate a well, play
fill child again i- ■ 11 is, fever-
i: h. bilious, constipated or full ol cold,
children love Its pleasant taste.
i malic*' for Hffuklfi life* ring-
■r». immucs poiioti»*j **eor,*ji. j    T*-11  your druggist  you  want  only
•■    t.|-»n    Iti     i *f  tot  fefalinj
the genuine "Calitornia  Fig Syrup
which has directions for babies and
children of all ages  printed on the
I bottle.    Mother, yon  must say "California."   Refuse any imitation.
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THE   CKAMIKOOK   HEIIAM)
Friday, October I.Nh, 11)38
[Cocoa Leading Tone
in Fall Frocks
vornis' ii.i.m; oiti:\
COSTLY  Al'l VIKs SKI!
"FOOLH AMI  UICIIE8"
'■:.■■ mi old saw aboul birds of a
r  ..      /.■  on  the sume  limb,
then Hhi r to the effecl that
ni' i haracter is revealed by the
of in-, associates,
sols nud Riches" tho Universal
udruniu marring Ilerbort Itaw-
n. which Is being shown nt the
nesl .Monday and Tuesday, is n
i.i piny which offers some Inter-
a sldelighta along the line of
expressions,
may  Dorgan was r typical rich
- . n with tho typical hi en thai
■ i i- ''my to spend the money
rather bad amassed.
became known as a wastrel and
- 'no  i ■. urounti," as such things
that   ho   was   travelling   with  a
crowd. There  were shadows
on    his reputation.    This talk
ic i tbe oars of his father, who
n railroad president and a man
Mil 11 n sin obi and executive ability
end ii itlaplen ed him to have bis son
11 hissed with such a crowd,
old John Dorgan, who had heen a
rd-fisted, fongh and ready type or
ni. could not believe that his sou
is in reality the mollycoddle thai
eh ty pictured hint, tie evolved a
ilque way lo rorce his son "to stand
1 his own hind logs" and prove his
orth ills idea was successful and
i Jimmy became a "mnn" instead of a
| potted youth.
\ THKsXIi STORY
or thi; high si:vs
"TIM; LAST MOMENT'
The above creation Is featured in
Cocon Satin-raced Crepe, the only
trimming being a girdle of bronze
beads whiah catches the led front
of circular skirt Into a panel. Jenny
neck and short sleeves With circular
flounce edge, complete this stunning
gown. It is topped by a brown felt
hat. Amber necklace and brown
beaded'bug, lend tout rust tu the
outfit.
io l.s
hook
i Moment," the picture
es   to the   Star   theatre
and Thursday. October
s heralded as another one
rilling dramas of (be sea,
al captain, a storm, and a
hero ami heroine,
nrlcor Read, .Ir, who pro-
hotoplay for Qoldwyn pre-
as given tbe film a novel
murderous captain is not
y tho dltetante young man
oly plungod from a world
lo a horribly realistic sit
it ion.
"A Tl)
- why describe it iu advance, you have lo sue it to appreciate
ii ami the terror it inspired—sends
the Swede to perdition, via the side
ol' the ship, and then has the hero ami
lhe heroine to play with. And what a
terrifying game of Blind Man's Buff
they play iu lhe darkened ship!
Henry Hull, one of the finest young
actors of the screen, wlio played the
leading ride in "Tbe Cat and thu Canary." Ihe yreat stuge success, plays
tbo cultured youth who rises to valor
when the girl bo loves Is menaced.
Doris Kenyon, adored liy thousands of
screen followers aud admired by
Broadway playgoers, is tlie society
hud who gets a taste of raw life on the
briny. Louis Wolltoim, the famous
character actor or "Tlie Hairy Ape."
Kugene O'Nell's New York stage hit,
plays "The Terrible Finn" who guides
his ship inoro by use of a belaying
pin nud bis sturdy right fist than by
a Bextant.
"The I.list Moment" is advertised
us olio of the screen's best thrillers
of tbe year, supplemented by splendid character acting.
SOKHOWS AMI JOYS IN
ii u» utmki <u ufi:ski;n
l>  "OTttRY-GO-ttOtWl)"
"Merry-tio-Round!" The fascinating title or Ihe big Universal Super-
Jewel which comes to the Star next
Friday and Saturday, October 2(1 and
27, has a double significance.
The story Is woven around the sorrows and joys of a girl merry-go-
round tender of tbe Prater, the
amusement park district of Vienna.
The role is played hy Mary IMiilhin.
Life Itself has been likened to u
merry-go-round on which tbe riders
whirl in swlfi rotation, flashing thru
ihi- phases id experience. It. is this
though! that is woven into the romantic story of tbe little waif of Vienna,
and the canvas of the play is painted
lu all the varied colors of existence,
(he brightness of laughter and tbe
tlrabnesB of tragedy.
The largest part of tho action, how-
over. Is against a carnival background.
Perhaps no place hns the cnrnlvnl
spirit so exquisite In all Its color and
amusement park of antebellum Vienna. Famed lo lhe far corners of the
earth for the utter abandon and gaiety
of its atmosphere. 11.0 Prater has always been regarded as the exempt Ideation of the true carnival spirit.
But with lhe shadows of war aud
the mailed rist of tragedy which drip-
pod red over Europe, a change came
over tho merry-making place of the
old world capital. True, the bands
still played hut the diuice of the
revelers' reel was heavy. Perhaps ibe
merry tunes dimmed ibe sparkle lu
many a girl's eye. and brought a rush
*d' memories ol' a soldier at ibo front.
There are wide streets scattered
j with leaves from the linden trues, tho
|grotesi|iie   little   clanging   Irani   cars.j
ami all tbe mud merry-colored throngs
I benl on pleasure. There one sees the
] flash of bright colored uniforms, the
gold of tbe olllcers' caps, the red and
blue and green of ibe gypsy shawls
w rn gy the girls ami tbe flirt uf their
delicately ■•mln'oldercd skirts.
Sedate matrons who forget lo bo
sedate in tbo mail ntmoBphero of ibe
Prater, fat, Jolly shopkeepers on a
holiday; romping cblircii and simple
maids lost in awe beforo the wonder
nt' the fairyland, ami all the queer
characters that aro drawn by the magnetic lure of an amusement park, may
he aoen.
So.   while
city ot Vienn
LAHORE!! IN
INDIAN .MISSIONS
SPEAKS IN (ITY
Speaker al  Knox Church Tells
Of Vast Work Awaiting
Church There
sparkle   than    In    the   Prater,   the
far away iu the tragic
a the cries of the bally-
Iiooh are stilled, ami the bands piay
to cheerless crowds, iu the heart of
the Hollywood foothills Ihe gaiety Hint
made the Prater famous was reborn
and handed down to everlasting fame.
The true spiril of the carnival Is being immortalized.
Rupert Julian directed tbe production, with assistants and technical
advisers who have resided In Vienna,
thereby having been at one time restricted to lhe same social atmosphere
which, in tbo story, Is the chief obstacle to love.
There is the romance of Fate's
changefulnoss, ibo mystery ot the
unknown and unexpected, tbe sweetness of love and tbe thrill of war aud
public interest in "Merry-tio-Round."
These elements mako It. hid fair for
tho highest, place among super-products of the motion picture art.
Rev. C. D. Donald, uf Toronto,. u
returned missionary to India of tho
Presbyterian Church of Canada, preached in Knox church on Sunday morning on tbe responsibility of tho church
with respect to tho work In the foreign
field. The speaker pointed out tho
difficulty of dealing with the Hindu.
As a people they were not to be despised. Two thirds of the people of
India are under British rule and one
third under native rule, it being in
(bis territory lhal be has boon working. Tbe system ol' cash- was
explained in an Interesting manner.
It was among the class known as Ihe
outcasts lhat his mission was located.
It was rarely ihnt any converts were
obtained from the upper caste and
only occasionally from Iho middle or
educated class. Religion and modern
Ideas and customs were turning India
upside down. The Brahma ns were
strongly opposed to this ns it mndo too
much lor equality. Tbe railways for
instance, made no caste distinctions,
consequently tho higher castes were
forced to como in contact with the
lower. Thoy were beginning lo see
the advantage of the new civilization.
Women, who according to the Hindu
wore incapable ot any understanding, and looked down upon, wero
gradually being educated, and taking
their place with the men. In India,
the more a man loves his wife the
more securely does he keep her locked up. While they have their colleges
for tho Hindu, the supreme aim is lo
give Ihem a knowledge of Jesus
Christ. Tbe outcast Is supposed to
have been made such for bis former
sins and there are about sixty million
whose very shadow is believed capable
of imparting tbe curse to whom ever
it falls upon. Mr. Donald spoke of tbe
wonderful work that Is being done
among them and regretted that thru
lack of supporl of the people al borne
missionaries could not bo sent to take
care of the work. Mr, Donald is himself home on furlough and ibis ex
pired some tlmo ago, but until funds
aro available be will not bo able to
go back.
CltAMtlfOOk NOW
CENTRA! POINT FOR
Ni;\V POLICE DISTRICT
Announcement has been made of
tlie fonning of the new provincial police district in East Kootenny, with
headquarters at Crauhrook, with Chief
Constable Mortimer in clmrgu. The
new district will comprise the stations at Crestdn, Yahk, Moyie, Cranlironk and   Kimberley, all   of  wliich
previously, with tho exception of
Oreston, were attached to iho chief
constable at Ferule, nnd Creston reporting to Nelson.
The big development at Kimberley,
particularly, as well as Vahk, b; responsible for the change, these points
■being unhandily located to Fernie for
efficiency. At the first of the month,
} too, another change wan effelted in
I the service by transferring Inspector
! Duuwoody to Nelson, from Fernie, giving him a more central location for
! supervising the coir.tsibles in both
| We..t and Bast Kootenny.
piRPO, taken at Montreal where tho aspirant for heavyweight
championship honors made bis first appearance in Canada. He
complained of a "hum left," but said be would tackle Dempsey again
In a year. With him is dee Page, travelling passenger agent for the
Canadian Pacific Railway,
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Monday* and Tuesday October 22nd and 23rd
Herbert Rawlinson
IN HIS LATEST COMEDY-DRAMA,
"FOOLS and RICHES"
ALSO SPECIAL AL. ST. JOHN I'OJIFDV, "VOI'MC. AMI DUMB,"
Scintillating, Dynamic, Magnetic, Irresistible!
BIG FEATURE FOB WIOIIXKSIIAV AMI  I III ItSIIAY. 01 TO IIF.lt 24lli nml 25th
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at the Star Friday & Saturday next week October 26 & 27, Friday, Oelolior lDlliJ l«2,1
TBE CBANBBOOK  IIKIMI.D
PAGE 8EVEIT
mcthodist Church
KEV. B. C. FBEEMAN, I'aslor
SlLNI.AV, OCTOBER 21
11 .1.111. 'The Furnishing of Our lluuse."
12.15 Sunday School.
7.:lu p.m. "Japan's Great Sorrow"
Illustrated Willi Lantern Views
VISITORS AND STRANGERS
COHIMAU.V WELCOMED
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
1'lmn.i till I'.O. Him IM
B. A. M00RHOUSE
A.M.K.I.O., & it.C.L.S.
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I to IS, I tu li p.ui.   Hutu. I to 1. f
Drs. Groeu & illacKlimon
fliyslcltiu* and Surgeons
Olttco at  residence, Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICE  HOURS
Afternoons    2.00 to 4.00
Evenings    7.30 to 8.30
Sundays   2.00 to 4.00
CRANBROOK, B.C.
DR. F. B. MILES
-DENTIST
OFFICE HOURS
I to 1] a.m.      1 to I p.m.
Hanion Blk., CRANBROOK, B.C.
..„■-..--.....———.—
F. M. H A C P H E R S O N
Undertaker
Fbone Ull
Norliurr I.e., next to lily Ball
1 Olit.KS AND SOCIETIES
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meets to tbo
O.W.V.A. Hall
Afternoon of tha
tint Tuesday it
3 p.m.
All  ladIM Ul
cordially ln»ited
Prcsldenti    Mm. F. Con'Untlne,
Sec-Treasurer:  Mri.  8. Taytol.
Victoria. l!x|iuTI ot Portland co-
men! from B.C. ccnionl mills is on tile
incroaaa tu Soutli Amorlcii uml Mexico, according lo reports froin thoao
iuuiiirluH. Tills Is dim tu increased
construction activities.
Penticton. Tlie~provlnalal ilounrt-
lUOlli ul itri'ii'iilluri. hns coni|)llod Mm1
Following estimate of crops In tlio
Okanagan Valley. Apples 3,233,000
boxes; rrali Apples, 205,400 boxes;
Pears, 04,000 boxes; Plums and l'riin-
ea, 287,5011 ensos; Poaches, 141,000
crates, und Apricots, i;.r,7.iioo cusob.
C U N A R  D
ANCHOR     j
ANCHOR-DONALDSON
hi rijiiiin.lli, .riicrlnHiri.',.  London -
Ansoniii, Nov. :f; Andaiiin, Nov. 10
To GlufigOYV—
Atlicnia. Oct. 2G; Saturnla, Nov. C
FKO.U XKW  YORK
To Queen sto.vn ami Liverpool—
I-aconiu, Oc. 27 Samaria, B's'tn Nov. (!
Carmania, Nov. tl; Seytltfa, Nov. 17
To Cherbourg nml Southampton—
Aquitanin Oct. 2:5; iMiuircianfn Oct. 30
Berengaria, Nov. ii; Aqultanla, Nov. 13
To Londonderry und Glaflgow—
Columbia, Nov. 3j TusCftnta Nov. 10
I'lyniontli, Cherbourg, London
Albanla, Nov. 10; Tyrrhenta, Nov. :'4
Money Orders and Drafts :** lowest
ni it's.   Full Information irom agents
or Company's offices, 622 Hastings St.
We, Vancouver, B.C.   Phone Sey, 31148,
GEORGE E. BOWER
L.R.A.M., A.R.C.M.,
Musical Director
Cranbrook Musical Society
Tsacbar of Singing, Violin and
Piano
Preparation for Musical Examination.
118 ABMSTBONG AVK.
Fbone 508 Cranlironk, ll.C.
i. o. o. r.
KEV HTV LODGE, No. 41
Meets every
t Monday night at
iTbo Audlturluin
Sojourning Odd Fellows are cordially Invited.
NO.      -      -       H I* Burtch
Hec. Sec.     li O. lllllKlcy. I'.U.
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ii Knights of Columbus f
win meat In tbo X
;;  KNIGHTS OK PYTHIAS X
HAM. J
| !        IVI.IIY TlllltU SI M1AV,
nt II p.m.
Pacific
JMilk
I Whips Best [l^g,
,\ hiily who conducts a Btorc
in South Vancouver pnld a
compliment to tho 4:. per cent,
cream contonl of PaclflS Milk
in a loiter to ns.   She says:
-1 have had mora, satisfaction
from Pacific Milk thou any
oilier on the mrrkel because it
is bo much more easily whipped
than nu> other canned mllh
43 por cent, creom explains
ii.
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Pacific Milk Co., Ltd.
Head tlftlie, tancuuicr, 11.1'.
I'acliirlea at Abbotsford and Udnar.
DRY WOOD
FOR SALE
Snllsfncllon Guaranteed
I', Q0DDBBI8    -    -    Hub Tel.
La   D.OAFB
(IIIII,- llaicnpiirt)
When you wlab soniollilng good
to eat go to the "l,.U."
(II It    I'ltlt t:s    Mil    Kimrr
DEPOT ROOMS
VAN HORNE ST. Opp. Btllllon
New Building
Nicely Furnished
When In Town Stop Hero
Kwong  Chong
LAUNDRY
11 Armstrong Avenue
Opponlta W. D. Hlll'a
First  Class  Work  Ouarantaod,
tjulens you see tlio name "Bayer" en
package or ou tablets you ure not
gelling Hie genuine Bayer, prodticl
8afe by millions und preeerlbetl by
physicians over twenty three years for
Montana Restaurant
Mollis at All Hours
I'lgars, lignrettos and Candles
Cranbrook HL    -    rbono Ml
Opp. Bank of Commerce
Colds
Headache
Toothache
Lumbago
Ku ruche
Rheumatism
Neuralgia
Puin, Pain
Accept. "Bayer Tabids of Aspirin"
only. Bach unbroken package con
ininn propor directions. Handy boxes
of twelve tablets cost a tew cents.
Dnu-khiis also sell bottles' of 21 und
100. Aspirin Is tbe trade mark (reentered lu Canada) of Buyer Mann-
fiiclure of Mouoiicctlcacidester of
Sallcyllcactd. While tt Is well known
that Aspirin means Payer manufacture, to iiriHlst tho public iif-iiiii.st Imitations, tho Tablets of Bayer Company
wilt bo slumped with their general
inula mirk, tht "Bayer Cross."
baptist Church
PASTOR  W.  T.  TAPSCOTT
SIMIAV, OCTOBER 21
Re-Opening
& Dedication
Services at U n.m. & 7,110 p.m.
Sermons by
Ur.   .1.    IV.    MTCII
i'i' Vancouver
Sunduy School 12 noon
Boo announcement cine where
of Kiioii'iiiiy QapllBl Association
ll ox I  week.
Services are again being held
in Mi«' body ot the church.
Me-Jtoitek
Tht*S   i*i the  TIME o' YEAR WHEN
you cot to be a ttAme-MATicAL
EXPERT  TO  CUT A  PUWPKI/y
pie lis* Seven piece*
l.mh..ri'u*sliur
llc had just hung out his shingle.
That morning a stranger entered. The
doctor asked to be excused nn he hurried to Iho 'phone.
Taking down the receiver, he said
"Yes, 1 will he ready for you two-ten
this afternoon. But please be prompt
for 1 em very busy. Two-hundred
dollars? Yes, that was the estimate
I gave yon."
Hanging up the receiver, lie turned
to the stranger and, rubbing his
hands, asked: "Now, sir, what can I
:lo for you?"
"Nothing," replied the stranger
quietly, "1 only came in to connect up
Lhe telephone."
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Should he Boycotted for It
Two very pretty girls met on the
Btroel  and kissed each  oilier rapt it-
Kootenay Baptists to Meet in
City for Helpful Session
Improved Church Bulldtug To
Be Formally Dedicated ou
Sunday Next
A week of great interest to the
congregation ot the Baptist church
will he the week beginning next Sunday, October 21.
The remodeled church building will
be reopened anr dedicated with Bppro-
Ffortlg
of Bur
prune services on lhal day by Dr. .1
W. Utcb, of Vancouver,
On Monday, al 8 p.m Dr bitch will
address the young men ui the TUXlS
Square.
On Tuesday evening the Kootenay
Association of Baptlsl churches will
convene with the Cranbrook Baptlsl
church ami the tneetlugswill coutlnre
till Thursday evening. These meetings will be of public interest ami will
be open to the public. The evonlng
meetings will be of unusual interest.
The Wednesday afternoon meeting
will be of special I uteres I to Sunday
School workers ami Young People.
The Women's meeting will be held
on Thursday afternoon beginning S.15,
all women arc invited.
On Tuesday evening, Hev. ll, H.
Bingham, of Calgury, will deliver a
lecture on "Here and Thero in Europe," Illustrated by views of Sweden,
Norway, Denmark, Holland, Belgium,
Paris nod the Alps.
On Wednesday evening Dr. Bingham
wilt lecture on "The Significance of
Stockholm," Giving Impressions of the
Baptist world congress recently held
there.
These lectures will he among the
most interesting Illustrated lectures
ever delivered lu Crauhrook ami will
lake us to tbe Und of lhe Midnight
Sun, to Gothenburg, Stockholm, Chrls-
thiniu   and   the   fatuous   Norwegian
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COMMUNICATION
DOES NOT KAVOH CITY Bl ILIUM.
KINK
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Cranbrook, Oct. 17. 192J1
To the Crnnbrook City Property Owners, tbe ones who have to pay tbe
tuxes und foot the hills;
Dear Mesdames and Sirs,
Have you forgotten already that the
tax rate for 192:.' Is 51  mills ou the
dollar, und your assessments excess-
Ive?    And Unit you arc going lo have
to ADD to these soon to complete and
Two young men watched tlie f,m,j8ll your „ew central scliool nd-
-There's  another  of those ,m|oi)i an(j    „    n,,w 8y8tem ,,f Htree(
0 unfair." said one.    lighting?
" s:lil1 Ilis frle0d- The mere wording of By-law No. 17:!
the Bcene:   Women '(!oeS „ot aUer the tect ,*mt .)(!ar,y u„
the properly owners voted to buy the
Arena rink for their boys' ami girls'
winter sports.
,    Is curling essential?
Is hockey essential?
Do not at any time overlook the
Recreation Olub.    ii is good.
The Country Cluli lias just lis much
right to ask you properly owners to
buy the golf links for them, as lias the
hockey club or tbe curling club to ask
you to erect a place for their amusements. You won't gel away from the
admission fees just ihe same.
Now property owner, think well,
nnd don't he railroaded into anything
again, like you were the present Rotary park witli the Imtid stand ou It.
Tbe completion of your school,
which will cost aboul $8,000, is essential.
In my opinion, securing suitable
grounds at a reasonable price for an
agricultural full fair, with horse rac-
Ime had been j„g on(I other Bp0rts, would bo of more
I heneflt to the property owners of
erger looked puzzled for a mo-! Cranbrook, than rinks for hockey and
Then a sudden  light dawned curling.
i-ously,
meeting,
things that ure
"What is that
lie pointed i
doing men's work."
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Select Your Color
A little girl timidly asked the drug
clerk for a package of pink dye.
"What do you want it for?" responded tho clerk. "Woollen   or   cotton
Id lhe
omach. The it
diet, and she v
uhlld, "It's for
■ctor said she'd
ants It a pretty
The Decoy
A    clergyman,    taking    occasional
inly for a friend in a remote country
parish,  was  greatly scandalized  on
observing   tlie   old   verger, who had
been collecting the offertory, quietly
tract a filty-Genl piece before prelim: tin plate at the altar-rail,
.tter service lie called ihe old man
j  the  vestry ami   told  him. with
ie emotlol thai iii:
i several of the capital!
They will be full ot humor, Information and Interest and are
commanding crowded houses where
they imve been delivered.
Tbe Thursday evening meeting will
be addressed by Dr.    Litch, Mrs. F.
Constantino and Dr, A. i\ McDalrmld.
Tiie following program gives a complete list nl' all the meetings:
TUESDAY, OCT. 23.
7,30 p.m.—Dovotlonal, >>'. Wolverton,
I..I..D.
7,60 p.m. Appointment of Committees by the moderator, H. Hlnton.
B.30 p.m. - lllUBttratotl Lecture;
"Hore and There In Europo," Rev. Dr.
II. ll. l.inghani, if Calgary.
Collection, Adjournment.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 24th.
0.30, ■ Devotional. Dr. N. Wolverton. j
10.00 - Association opened by the
moderator, Mr, ll. Hlnton, Reading
Df Minutes. Address of Welcome by
Mr. .1. L Palmer. Response by Dr.
N. Wolverton Reports of Committees,
Reports from churches of the Association.
12.00   Adjournment.
2.30 pun.—Sunday School nml Young
People's Session; Address ou Sunday
School Evangelism, Rev. Mr. Humphries. i>r Fe.uie. Address; "How to
Mako the B.Y.P.U. a Spiritual Help,"
Rev. A 1! s. Burnley, of Trail. Ad-
dreia; "How to Keep lhe Teen Ago
Boys iu Sunday School," by Krank
Constantino, Address; "C. s. B. T,
Work," by Prof. It. 1,  Porter.
Discussion of thoso subjects.
(UOp.m. - Banquet for the Delegates.
Winnipeg, Man.—Business int.'rests
all over the prairie* have centered
attention on tha growing crop; prospects of transporting and probable
prices. Many grain elevators are being rushed to completion, largely
increasing the demand for dimensional lumber. Great activity is prevalent
in retail lines, especially men's clothing, boots and shoes. In addition
dealers are placing rush orders for |
binder twine; a third more will be!
consumed than under normal conditions. The shortage of farm help is f
also being acutely felt by farmers.
led
dlf*
7.30 p.m.—Song St rvlce, led by Mr
.1.  I,  Palmer.
Address hy principal R W, 8wee<
of Brandon College.
8.30 p.m. — Hlustratod Lecture'
"The SlgnKlcanoe of Stockholm" It;
Dr. ll  IT, Bingham, of Calgary.
Collection.
Adjournment and Benediction.
THURSDAY, OCT, 24.     •
9.30 a.m.      Devotional meeting
by Dr. X. Wolverton.
10.00 n.m.—Reading of Minnies.
Discussion on Urn Needs of Ihe
forent Communities in our Association, led by Rev. J. I,, Tyner, of
Nelson.
11 n.m.—Address; "Personal Evangelism," Dr. H. 11, Bingham.
11.30 a.m.—Election of nfllcers for
lbe coming year.
12.00.—Adjournment.
1.30 to 3.00 p.m,—Automobile ride
fi r the delegates,
3,16 p.m.- Women's Meeting. led by
Mrs. A. 1). Bridges. All women ure
cordially invited to attend this meeting.
7.45 p.m.—Song Service.
s.oo p.m.—Introduction of Moderator
elect.
S.10 p.m. — Address ou Women's
Work, by Mrs. Constantino.
S.30 p.m. — Address on "Foreign
M.ssions" by Rev. A. P. McDairmid.
DD.
Address on "Homo Missions" by
Rev. J, W. l.ilcb, D.D.
Collection for expenses of the Association.
Adjournment,
Strangers to
Cranbrook
(Vast of tho Cross Keys Holi'l
on tin* main street you will find
u nice clean restaurant. Look
ror tlie sign above the door
Club Cafe
This cafe Is oiien day and night
There ure many features about
this cafe which mako ii home*
like, but why mention one without all?
TOST   DROP   IN,   THY   OUH
COFFEE,    PASTRY
AND FRUIT
AND JUDQE FOR   YOURSELF
Nate for yourself the Bener.il
atmosphere of the place.   IVo
ore prepared to please Hie most
fastidious,
V: 'h^iBsTssM
v
jtr. A universal custom
AllCr   that benefits every-
Every !od,\.  ,.
__     '    Aids digestion,
PlCslI   cleanses the teeth,
JT soothes the throat.
WRKH
a good thing        a
to remember  -*«**^^
Sealed in
iis Purity
Package
THE §   -\
FLAVOR LASTS
LOOK
Till: HOME (IK GOOD
PASTRY
Our Food and Service nre Plea-
Bing a llo<! or Friends.
BOOTH:; FOR  tADIES
CAFE   ZENITH
ClUSBROOK, IU'.
Opposite C. 1'. It.
(f
*.*.Va*aVWa*a*.SSW
Have Your   SI
Old
.Shoes
Repaired
I.IKK XKIV
Excellent Workmanship
l.iiml  Mutvriul I'seit
liel'ure buying New Shoes
— SEE Ollt STOCK —
IVe ('nil Save Ynu Mnnev
FRAME'S BREAD
IS GOOD BREAD
Pies, fakes nnd Pus-
nol   be   beaten.
His
fy
THK HOME BAKERY.
Phone s;     .     fforbury Are,
STRANGE
ARMSTRONG AVE.
aWaWAVaVaVaWaVaVaVaVA*;
— PRESSING
REPAIRING —
JOHN GARD
PAINTER &
PAPERHANGER
Full Line of Hall Paper
In Stoek.
Store, Hanson Avenue
Phone 409 st all hours
IBANUUnnK     •     ■     .    ll.C.
You Hill Wule No Mistake
ill  Order-In? tliat
IVIJiTEB SI'IT or OVERCOAT
— From —
H. C. LONG,
The Tailor
Van Home Street
Opposite C. P. R. Depot
Phone III!     ::     Phone 418
Milk and Cream
DIRECT FI.OM
Big Butte Dairy Parm
CRANBROOK CARTAGE ft TRANSFER CO.
Towrlss A; .Vilnius
Agents for Hani and Soft Coal.     Distribution Cars a
Specialty,   Excellent Warehousing.
SAND and GRAVEL
OPPOSITE
Tiii-iiiinui' c:t
C.P.B. DEPOT
CJtAMUtOOK, IM'.
I'.O. Box sir.
"Why. sir, you don't mean that old
half-dollar or mine? Why, I've led orf
wllh tlml for tho last fifteen yeara!"
ISxcImugo.
t   •   •   •
Tin- Doctor I > K co uu'It fd
"All!" salil the doctor, looking into
ono i'vi'. "il in easy for mo to see what
U- the mailer with you This is not
merely eye trouble; it in an uffertion
of the nervous system. Thorp are all
tin- signs of liver trouble, nr fatty
degeneration of the heart, of a had
blood SUBply. The only thing I can
recommend is—*'
"Here, hare," cried the patient,
"isn't It about tlmo you looked into
(lie other eye? That's my glass one,
ynu know."
Aud once again property owner.
consider carefully, when asked to vote
money for any expenditure, ami don't
forget the lDL'.'l rate Ik 51 mills and
assessments excessive, and your
school still to complete.
Signed
PROPERTY OWNER.
Vancouver.—In order to Introduce
the famous Miriimfrhf salmon Into 1).
O., millions of salmon eggs from Newcastle, N.H. have been Rent to Terrace,
B.C., where they will be propagated
at the Uikelse hatchery,   This will be J
the first attempt thai has been made
to propagate   In   this province this
noted Eastern species, which, unlike1
the Pacific Salmon, does not die dl-1
rectly after spawning, but returns to
salt water.
Has Never Failed Her
Testifies Mrs Reedy.
"Tanlac is bettor thnn good, ft Is
wonderful, and I always lake it when
I am nol feeling right." This Is how
Mrs. U Roody, 88 Poplnr St., Red
Deer. Albert!., oxprooses her appreciation of the famous treatment,
"heforo 1 first took Tanlao I wbb
subject to occasional upells of blltous-
nooa and Indigestion. My stomach
would become disordered, my appetite
poor, and 1 would fiel all ma down,
weak and dizzy.
"Tanlac is so well suited lo my
ease that two bottles always corrects
my troubles aud restores my full
strength "and energy. Il lias never
failed me yet and I will always turn
to It when I feel tho need of something to built, me up. I havo nothing
but the highest praise for Tunlae."
Usual tootmota la forme
\JZ
when it a cooked by live itea.ni in an SUP Savoy Cooker
is better for you and testes better, too!    The Inner
boiler is pierced with little holes around the top, through
which the iteam penetrates.   The live steam does the
cooking. No need for stirring. No scorching. No trouble to clean, as there is no
burnt or dried meal to scrape off.  The
Savoy Cooker is one ot the most useful
utensils made.   Ask for
SMP6*^WARE
Thm IniihM: FmtI Wirt*, two coata of ftmrtr
grer •-.■mol Inild* ond ouw DImoi.4 * Mr. Uit««
coiU. light blue ind whiu outal**)*. whit* Iffllnf.
CrrittU Wart, thrtt tuiu. »ur* whlto tuftfe uJ
out, with lUriJ Blut idilM.
"••Smut Mctal Pkowcts umJSS
tmamttXL   TOHSNT*   WINNIPfla
■MWrtOM   VAMctxnrw> Oi*ui*r
Try lht*t <ttshrt in
. .t: oat-
tnohl p <>r rl dire,
i ■ ■ ini '. rip*, ilrarn-
i*ti  iiviitert..   corn,
CANADIAN
Pacific
CBAXBBOOK Jlt.VI.N TUBS
.No «; DAILY—To Nelson, Vancouver,
Spokane  etc Arrive  12.10 i-Di. leavs
1S.S0 p m.
NO- n«> DAILY—To Fernie, Lethbriafe,
Medicine ilai. Oalfjtuy, etc Arrive
i.l*t ii in.; leave 4.20 p.m.
Ser.
-Ar-
('ranbrook,  H jrlluV, Kbnberlej
vice:
No. HI—Leave 7.05 a.m. No. 824-
rlve 2.10 p.m.
Cranbrook, I.uke Ufndernivre and
i.i'lilwi  Sen ice
Monday aud Tbortday, eacb  week
—NO. bil, leave & am.     Wedneiday
and Saturday—NO. B28 arrive IM vsa.
For further particulars apply to any
ticket agent
J.  E. PROCTOR,
Dlatrlct Paeienger Afent, Calaarr.
NOTICE
J:,ni.-s T Nnlillaw, Mining Kngl-
ncer and B.C. Laud Bunreytfr
has auihnrizwl Allan II DeWolt
to bandl, iii- practice during In.
present absence from ibe < ity.
2811 Aug. »nd, 19-3
Cranbrook Cottage Hospital
(Licensed by Pro,. Oort)
Maternity and Oeneral Nursing
Terms Modcratw
UBS. i. CBAWTOBD,  JUtroi.
Oarden Avenue     -  I'lioue 261
DELANY & SINCLAIR
HOI.K AGENTS FOIt
SMP   WARE   IN   CRANBROOK
FhOM M
Cil*.18)])i( CLEANERS
AMDJYERS
■vary Oarnient eent to ue to he
Cleaned or Dyed le i,iven
Our Utmost Ore.
Our knowledge of tlie builnoaa
li your amuraace of ant Infactlnn
here.   Phono, and ko will call.
or bring ut your work.
We Clean and Dy« Kvuryihln*.
riONK 117
J PAGE EIGHT
THE  CRAHBBOOK   HKBALV
Friday, Octolier 19th, 1»2»
*****************************************
THIS WILL OPEN Vtll il EYES AT till: RIGHT TIME
ALARM CLOCKS
For tin' Dark Mornings, from $2.00 to $6.00
Fl'l.l.Y  dUARANTEED
A. EARLE LEIGH
Watchmaker &, Je-.vQl.or       Nuvbury Avo.  Next Dow Stnr Theatre   *
*
- Till': STORE WITH A  W1XD01V - |
LOCAL
PENING&
Cranbrook District
Co-Operative Society
I'AM'V AND STAPLE GROCERIES
IT,Ot It AM> FEED
He ti Shareholder nml Participate in the Surplus .'refits
Shares $10.00 each
t   PATRONIZE rOCR OWN STORE - CURRENT. PRICES
BIG   22
BEFORE DECIDING ON THE
FURNITURE
FOR YOUR NEW HOME,
CAM. AT THK BIG 22-
\\> now luni1 11 lull line oi' tin- following!
LIBRARY and PARLOR TABLES
KITCHEN CABINETS   BUFFETS
MATTRESSES TRUNKS and SUITCASES
BEDS ami BED SPRINGS      WINDOW SHADES
DRESSERS DINING TABLES and CHAIRS
Insure witli Beale & Elwell.
L. Paulsen left on Tuesday tor
Calgary, and is expected hack today,
Thursduy. with a new Chevrolet
touring car.
Our stock of Seasonable Materials
tor .Mcii'h Clothing Ih ot highest quality, A perfect tit and complete sat-
istastion guaranteed. Qrady & Eye.
Tailors, Halter Street. 3'4tt
.1. \V. Gei-brec.it! ot Nelson, was In
tlie clly tills week on husiness. He
is the district  representative ot Iho
Canadian   oils,   an   indlp lent   oil
company,   putting out tho Gn-Av-Co
motor oils and White, Rose Qnsollne.
Speciul! Special! Tungsten Humps
at bargain prices. 25, 40, and E>0 wait
tor 35c.
W. P. DORAN.
Our low prices win every time.
The Star Theatre is providing a
treat for their patrons on the evening of Tuesday, October 30th, when
Ihey will havo tlie pleasure of listen
ing to a ten piece orchestra. Theri
will he no extra charge in connection
with ihis performance.
BEALE & Elwell have a furnished
cottage and two lots for sale. Prlco
$l.nr»o. A snap for someone, Call us
up about it.
,'V II. DeW'olf left on Tuesday's
1 rain for Bonners Terry and other
points BOtltlt of the line. Tho firm of
DeWott ft Ham have considerable
work they are interested iu on that
side of the boundary.
See Orndy & Eye about that new
suit or overcoat. Ytm can select from
the latest and most attractive styles,
patterns and fahrlcs. And the prices
aro reasonable. 34tf
In our last week's issue was an-!
nounced the commencement of the
popular monthly winter dunces of the
Knights of Pythias, invitations for
which were procurable from members
of the lodge. A change however has
been made, and instead the first dance
will be held us stated, hut It will he
un open dance, a fee of fifty cenls
lieing charged.
Send your hemstitching to the Singer
Store. Cranbrook.   Box 72 34tf
A case against '.'Major" Stdholm, who
is charged With unlawfully using a
service decoration to which he was not
entitled, was heard before the magistrate on Monday. An adjorument of
eight days to allow the authorities at
Ottawa being communicated wllh was
ordered.
A Benefit masquerade dance will be
held on Hallowe'en, October Sis! at
tho Auditorium. B. of H. T. 29
The case against John Yaravltch.
charged with the theft of $7f. from the
person of T. Huriu was dismissed fin-
lack of evidence. The judge cautioned the accused with respect to his future actions. Following this (use.
Yarovitch wus apprehended In the police conn und charged with acting in
a disorderly manner on October 2nd
He was fined 150 or two mouths ir
jail, and chose to go lo Nelson.
our Shoes for tbe whole fanv
B. WESTON'S. mt
Just
Received
Direct from the manu:
facturer — a nice assortment of LADIES'
FANCY DEAD 1IAC1S.
Prices from $3.00 to
$4.50, and Ihey won't
last Ions in lliese attractive prices.
W.H.Wilson
The Jeweler
Smart Coats & Dresses
for Fall and Winter Wear
AIIE HERB.
Many Styles to Select from.      Almost every day's train
lirinns something new.
W
//,
Cranbrook Taxidermist
t. i i/z-I^'V "  '" " n'!l' comfort l» set   Inside one of these
LadteB* Coats al  (I
linker Btreet Tailor.
•arty a Bye,
the
141 f
Bay
ity at
SOMETHING EVERY
WOMAN SHOULD KNOW
For tho last To yeara, in every roun
try in the world where sewing.
machines are used the Singer Sewing
Machine has taken every Qold Medal
and every high award. They twist be
the best machine. For sale al the
Singer Store at $:'. tier month.   I'bone
nil.
Mtt
fltfun   ,yu-i   ryir- -j   -yj-   Tf—-V-*—-V        V"    V'■ ••Mttr~etVtt*»-eAM>~*rt3
JOIN the Y.M. C.A.
Service tt) Others
Service to Yourself
THE LOllliV IS A SOCIAL CENTRE. HERE FRIENDS MEET
AND TALK TIIIMIS OVER ROUND TIIE OPEN FIRE-PLACE, OH
PASS THE TIME PROFITABLY IN TIIE READING ROOM ADJOINING, WHERE UP-TO-DATE MAGAZINES AND PAPERS ARE FOUND.
CHESS AND CHECKER TABLES AFFORD OPPORTUNITY FOR
FRIENDLY CONTESTS AND TOURNAMENTS. WRITING TABLES
WITH PAPER AND ENVELOPES PROVIDED FREE. ONE OF THE
VERY BEST ENGLISH BILLIARD TABLES IN A CLEAN, WELL-
LIGHTED ROOM. THE COST FOR USE OF THIS TABLE IS ONLY
Me PER HOi'lt.      TOURNAMENTS Tt) BE ARRANGED.
TWO FINE HOWLING ALLEYS WITH WHOLESOME SURROUNDINGS PROVIDE FINE RECREATION, TWO GAMES FOR
16c BOWLING LEAGUE TO BE STARTED. THERE ARE THREE
WELL-EQUIPPED SHOWERS AND TWO BATH TUBS, HOT AND
COLD WATER ALWAYS. THESE BATHS ALONE ARE WORTH
MORE THAN THB TOTAL COST OF MEMBERSHIP. AN EXERCISE ROOM HAS BEEN FITTED UP WITH STRIKING BAG, BOXING
GLOVES AND WRESTLING HATS. INSTRUCTION WILL BE GIVEN IN WRESTLING AND JIU-JITSU.
A CLEAN PLACE FOR MEN AND BOYS.
\ The Cost of Membership for
One Year is only $5.00 t
1 JOIN   NOW
flnA» »*&'   "*tV M^ft'   *»**%"***%* n-VU   ■ ♦■ w^ft   W-A1 I    Milt ■w'V^-jfl
With the interior finishing being I
completed, some of the furnishings are |
lieing moved Into the new Mount Baker Hotel, being erected by Mr. T. E.
Ciauson «n Maker Street. Most of the
furnishings are being supplied by the
Fink Mercantile Co.
We carry a full Hue   of   Lifebuoy |
Running Shoes.
Our low prices win every time.
W. P. DORAN.
Mr. and Mrs. (*. W. Johnson and
daughter Jean from Grand Prairie,
Alberta, who were motoring through
io California, stopped off for a few
-lays this week in the city, visiting at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. l\ W. Gough. i
Our best adv.   is a   proper fitting|
Suit on a satisfied customer.
:i4tf    Grady & Eye, Tnilors. Baker St.
BORN.— On Monday, October 15th,
in this city, to Mr. and Mrs. George
Storrar, of Kingsgate, a daughter.
Overland  Four  Hood Covers.  $0.001
each.     HO x '..% Tire Chains $4.75 toj
$0.50.     Wilson's Vulcanizing Works,
34tf Crauhrook,  B.C. j
The annual meeting of the Boy
Scout Association is to take place on
Monday evening next at tho V. M. C.
A., and those who have been actively
identified with the work here are hoping for a better show of enthusiasm
and support from the parents of the
hoys than has hitherto been the ense.
We carry a full line of Men's Women's and Misses' Shoes.
Our low prices win every time.
W. F. DORAN.
The Mill annual meeting of ihe Faille Logging Congress is to be held
at Spokane next week, when Messrs.
DeWolfe & Ham arc putting on a series of pictures showing various types of their engineering practice. Mr,
DeWolfe will also read a paper in
connection with their work.
Heating Stoves: McClary's Oaks,
and Hot Blasts. Powerful healers,
See Pntiuort Bros.
There have been several motor accidents recently) by collision and fire.
Why run the risk when you can protect yourself against. loss and dniuage
to your car? Don't put it off. but
call up BKALE & ELWELL. 33tt
H Ig believed thnt in addition to tlie
speakers previously announced to
lake part In the meetings of the Koo-
(eiiuy Baptist Association next week
in Ihis city. Dr. Orchard, of Winnipeg, will also be present. He Is the
general .superintendent for the Baptist churches of Western Cautldii, and
editor of tho Western Bnpthtt. The
services at the re-dedlcatlon of the
Baptist Church on Sunday will he taken hy the pastor. Rev. W. T. Tapscott In the morning, and hy Dr. J. W.
Lltch in (be evening
The Christ Church llazuar will be
held on Nov. 21, In the Parish Hull
3itr
Overland Four Hood Covers, ffi.00
nil.     :.ii x H'.i Tire Chains $4.75 to
$■". Mr     Wilson's Vulcanizing Works,
:i4tf Crnnbrook. B.C.
The Parish Hall Card Parties und
Dames will he held on the following
doles: Nov. 7; Dec. 5. 34tf
■m-
Big, Wrappy, Fur
Trimmed Coats
No one need four the wintry blasts from old Mt, Eisner.
Those Afternoon & Semi Evening Dresses
are just, wonderful.
We havo never sold nicer ones — the shades and styles are supurh.
Select your heating stove NOW. See
our Hue of "Quebec's" "Oaks" and
"Hot Blasts." Putmore Bros.
F. F. Payne, editor nml manager of
the Nelson News, passed through the
city on Tuesday on his way back from [
Winnipeg, where daily newspapermen'
have been in session for some time
settling among other things the future
tin1 Canadian Press Association
wired news service. The withdrawal
of tho government's $50,000 grant for
this organization, will throw an added
burden on the wesiern dailies, but as
a whole they   aro   not   complaining,
since  11   removes  all   BUftgOStloU of a
government subsidized press.
"The Frost is on the Pumpkin, the
Fodder iu the Shook," Select your
heater early while it is in stock.
Patmore Bros.
n o T I c K
Tbo Ancient Order of Foresters'!
Whist. Drive and Dance in tbe KIM
hall, Friday. October 19th. Dances to
suit everybody. Come and have a good j
time. Bdmondson's orchestra. Admission $1.26 a couple. Extra lady 50c.
82-3
A movement being carried on under
the auspices of the Rotary club for
a collection throughout the district
In a td of Japanese relief, is meeting
with considerable success, anil some
substantial donations have already
been scut in from some points In the
district, of which a statement may Ih>
obtainable next week. In the city
the Women's Institute are cnijjyingj
out tho canvass.
Hemstitching.—Mrs.  Surtees,  Oar-|
den Avenue. 2tf|
WANT ADS.
STAM HECUMI  11/Ml  STOKE
Flit™ r.
We usy tlie twit prices |oln| tor til
kinds ot furniture. We buy ear.
thing frum k mouse tr n lo «u iUtn.
Jioblle.
W   W. Kllby, Auctioneer and Valuer
TOlt SAI.K. Used Helntanan Piano.
for salo. a11;.Iy Box ll llcrnhl Office, h-u
FOIt SAI.K.      Darber Chnli
Cream
Separator, am!  Itii'lc.
Apply   it.
Weslon, Cninlirook.
;t:ttr
CONCERTS AT HOME DURING THE LONG, COLD
WINTER EVENINGS
tiet in touch with Calgary, Edmonton, Reglna, Chicago, Minneapolis, Seattle, Vancouver, Victoria, Portland,
San Francisco, Los Angeles, Etc., with our
NORTHERN ELECTRIC SET   SI65.00
EXTRA HEAR HECKS  7.50
COMB IN AND LISTEN AT OCR STORE
Electric Supply Shop
Phone «
P, ii. llox 909
Phone 853
FOB SAI.K. — 12 roomed home, For
particulars apply Mrs. A. Crawford,
l'iii Gordon Avenue. 33tl
FOR SALIC — Ford   Touring, cliulns
I   kooiI tires, shocks, new carburetor,
2 new wheels, new bftttery, In good
running order.   Apply Hanson Oarage. ■»
Tlm annual meeting ot tho Boy
Scout Association will be held at the
Y. M. O. A. on Mondny evening. Oct
ober 32nd, nt 8.00 p.m Among tho
business will be the election ol ohlc-
ers. All Interested are cordially urged to attend, 3*
NOTICE
t:«tnte oi* J. T. LAIMjAW, Pcea-wed
Notice Is hereby given that all persons Indebted to tho late Jas. T. Laid-
law, deceased are required to pay the
amount of auch debt to Ihe undersigned nt (be Imperial Bank, Crnnbrook,
and all persons having accounts
against Ibe Bald late J. T. Luldlaw are
required to present their accounts before Oelnher 31st, 1923.
w. a. orubbe:,
Imporlal Bank, Cranbrook, B.C.
Octobw 10th. 1123 33-36
STORM SASH and DOORS
Now Ir the time for yon lo consider placing your
order for STORM SASH and DOORS, which will add
greatly to the comfort of your home during the winter
months, and also reduce your FUEL HILL. Let us
have your order, which we can fill promptly,
Remember, we carry a full line of Building Materials which consist of strictly STANDARD GRADES.
We can fill your order promptly whether It he one
piece or a carload.
4
CRANBROOK SASH & DOOR
COMPANY, 1.1MITE1I
PHONE M -       i * V. 0. BOX 288
lost- in Cranbrook.   on   fie
ober 1.
Black Corker Spaniel, Point
1,'. Kin
dor notify I.. U. Cute.
81
to-LET — Front Bedroom,
Apply
utm Dewar Avenue,
Bill
POR SAI.K — Seven roomei
house,
garage, fully modern nml
n llrst
,-ltiss condition, at very r,s
HOI ll'
figure Apply II. raid
;inr
TOR s.m.k ln< inxo baby carriage,
mil size sloepor In uiilte wicker,
wiiii white corduroy upholstery, ar-
llllory wlit'i'lii Ah koiiiI ns ii,-w.
for half price.    Phono 881.       8011
POR SAI.H   Cider Cooler, Bar Conn-
ler, und itiiiiioo Case   Cheap for
Cash. Charles Morrison, Kimuorley.
JTK
TOP. BALK. - Co'l heator, hoi bluet,
in Inch flrepoi, brick lined. Also
link, white onnmol, n x ii Inches,
Phono is. :mr
PO hunt. — Suitable office or »i<th
on ArniHtrong Avenue, nexl lo W.
P, noma's. Apply lo W. W, Kllby. Hit
POR BALE—Registered Holsteln Bull
f'nlf.iwo months ol.l. from five gallon cow. price }-f> Would exchange
for hogs. M. Cathearl Scott, New-
cute. Ill. 86-31
FOR RENT—Offlco to rent Iwo doors
from Venezlu Hotel, apply lo John
Qerd. ""If
40 ACRE FARM CHKAP-tor quick
sale, flood buildings, spring creek,
auto rond to door, fine bottom tang
with part already nniDr cultlvatloi
Big Sullivan Mine, Kimberley, etar
by, Is ready market right at door.
Apply to Martin Bra., Cnabrook,
MX IM

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