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Array THE CRANBROOK HERALD
VOLUME 21
CRANBROOK,   BRITISH COLUMBIA.
PHURSDAY, JANUARY  imh. WIS
Victoria
THE CREATJONSPIEL !|
Ward, McPhee, Henderson and Cameron
In The Jewelery Class
GRANDCHALLENGEDRAW
Johnson 10 I Henderson
J*""?   }J} Wallace
Hogarth  10 1
Laws   t» i
Ward       9 1
Liphardt  ....  IU Uphardt
; Ward    10 |
Ward       IS
LAW, OF CARMANGAY IN  PINAL FOK TIIK McLI-lOli CUP
B, C. WON  FROM ALBERTA
VISITORS SAY THEY HAVE HAD VOCE OF THEIR LIVES
—WHICH IS JUST WHAT CRANBROOK INTEND-
KB THEY  SHOULD HAVE.
Henderson
McNabb ....
Prentice ...
Howard   ...
Eakln   	
Leach  	
McPhee ...
Herchmer .
Cameron ...
MeNnughton
Voung   	
Moffatt  ....
Thompson   .
18 j
12
8
Vs
*,
.   8)
McNabb   ii i
Howard .
McPhee ,
Cameron
ship
ll. Kerr,
Wi. Baldry
10. Stewart
P. 0, Uwt
it, Kakln,
a. O, Bowness
P. Toplmm,
W. F. Cameron. nliip    11!
Wallace l.lplmrdt
Take  that  out,  Tom, and  he  took
it out.
Take it out. kid, but dene was wide.
Liphardt lay one, then two.
Take them out.   Norm took one out.
The eighth annual bnnttpeil or Lheloron played Sflfe
CroWH Neat Curling Aiwoclntlon began | Score'
on Monday morning at Cranhrook in      "   '
the new curling rink on aplendirt ice,
with   ideal  weather and  with   rinks
present from Pernio, Lethbrldge, Car-
iiiangay uud Macleod.
Tlie visiting enrlers arrived on Sunday and were paraded from the station to the ('ranbrook hotel hy bagpipers McNeil and Watson of Pernie,
who played the stirring tune "The
Curlers are Comln'." and immediately
we could see that there was going to
be some real sport in Cranhrook during the bonspell week.
The register or the Cranorook hotel I umm pljt on guwd| Wa„-^ M
showed that thc following curlers had | lt off-   Ul,hardt put on another guwd
and Wallace missed.    Liphardt tried I
to raise his guard, hut did not raise
to
9 )
1. McNaughton
' ,o | Thompson  .
Stewart    ...
Simpson
McDonald ...
Law  	
I McNaughton   .9 I
' Stewart
4 i
io „..,,	
MAGRATH CUP DRAW
■ r>i
ii \
li I
io i
- o
12 j
.   12
arrived:
From Pernie—I). 0. Harvle, G. G.
Henderson, A. Watson. A. O, Liphardt,
A. McNeil, J. R. Wallace, N. E. Snd-
daby, D McDougall, Tom Cole, A.
Water, T. Greenwood, Guy Johnson,
T. Prentice, R. G. McBwan, L. J.
McDonald, Thos. Beck, A. McNeil. G.
Knssoff. J. Johnson, J. Austin, J, Mitchell, Jas. Wilson, P. C. Lawe, Wm.
Baldry, R. Kerr, K. K. Stewart, S.
Herchmer, M. A. Kastner, H. Brown,
A, Corrle;
From Lethbrldge—J. P. Simpson, W.
J. Nelson, Dr. Gibson, Duncan Duff,
Dougal McNah, Dick Andrews, Jack
Marnock, E. M. Ballantyne.
F*om Carmangay— Jas. McNaugU-
ton, D. O. McKay, A. C. Quayle, M.
Chalmers, E. C. Law, P. W. Law, J. F.
Snyder, B. B. Snyder;
From Macleod—A. Macdonald, J. O.
Stewart. O. G. Stewart, G. B. Stewart.
Tbe bonspell opened bright and
early on Monday morning. The curlers were Jubilant over the splendid
Ice, the visitors declared it to be the
best Ice they had ever curled on, it
couldn't be beat: the sheets were
clean and level as a die. It was declared, that great curling would be
seen at this spell.
The ..O.D.E. Tire in charge of a
refreshment booth and they certainly
handled that part of the bonspell to
perfection. Dandy good meals were
served and they deserve a hearty vote
of thanks for the cheer they brought
to all tho players.
Quite a large number of citizens
were interested on-lookers from time
It far enough for another count, Score
T. Cole
D. McDougall
N. E. Suddauy
J. R. Wallace, skip   10
A. Watson
D. G. Harvle
G. G. Henderson
A. 0. Liphardt, skip   11    '
Law > Prentice.
There was a good game between
Law of Carmangay and Prentice   of I
Pernie.
Law—Come on a little bit, that's
Jake. Prentice drew into the four-;
foot ring. Law lay up against ft; pren-1
tiee guarded. Law removed guard. !
Prentice, played for another guard, I
too heavy, Law stands shot. A puzz-
ling position for Prentice, wicked off
second and Prentice lay two with no
guard. Law too heavy, Prentice drew
lu another. Law split the beans with
n wide shot and Prentice counted 4.
Score:
B. McBwan
G. Johnson
P. Greenwood
T. FrctflHV. skin
J. P. Snyder
Ben Snyder
P. \V. Law
E. C. Law. skip
Ward • 1-aw
The first 18 ender was played   on
Tuesday between Ward of Cranhrook
and Law of Carmangay.   There were
some very pretty ends played    In one;
Kakiu ...
Howard
Liphardt
Wallace
Moffatt   .
Law 	
Hogarth  ....  12 I .. _.
McPhee   18   McPI,ee
ljiwe    61 A
Cameron — 12 ( '
McNaughtou  , 7 J .
Simpson    14 \ •
Prentice —  181 _
Henderson ..101  Prentice
Johnston 12),
Herchmer ... 13 f
Stewart   14 i
Macdonald   ..9\
McNabb    11 | Yo(
Young    14 V
w«« '!«,
Thompson  ...   i I
Llphardl
Law   I III
| Lipdt    \2 i
; Liphnrdt
; Cameron
• Simpson
4 !
Herchmer
Stewart ..
18 1
10
, Young
} Young
WALKER CUP DRAW
Hogarth   4 t
Prentice  ...
,   12 |
Prentice   ...   101
McNabb *.. 13 )
McNabb
S l'
Thompson ... 5 J.
Liphardt   ...   91
Llphardl   ...
.   13 1
••0 1 Johnston   (Dl  8 t
-   12 f
j
Johnston  ■.
Cameron  ..
Herchmer .
Law 	
1'   I} Herchmer     1
Harchmor
i'
.   12 j
MUNICIPHL ELEUTION
\     MSPIFHII
Nomination  day  waB quiet. Tiie old
board ot aldermen wns re-elected with
the exception of Aid. Genest, who is
running lor Mayor. The aldermen for
Mm ensuing year were elected by acclamation as follow*-: A, A. McKinnon
Ft. C. Bakln, A. Shankland, A. J, Bal-
1 moot,   P.   M,   MacPherson   and   Win.
Flowers,  who takes    Aid,    Genest's
i place.
!     The old  school  trustee  board   was
I re-elected  with  W.  A,  Nlsbet   taking
Ira It. Manning's place,   The school
i hoard for 101!. is therefore: H. White
W. II   Wilson. Wm. Henderson, w. .1
Atchison and W, A. Nlsbet.
The mayoralty contest was between
w. P, Cameron and A. QenesL   Both
| these men are well known  residents
!of tlie city and public spirited men.
The election was a very quiet one
I and resulted as follows,
Cameron       14*;
Genest    ior,
Majority for Cameron     41
Three names were placed in nomination lor Police Commissioner: P.
W. Burgess, A. J. Balmoiu and J. T.
Sarvls. Mr. Burgess afterwards re-
tired and left the contest between ;
Mr. Balmont and Mr. Sarvis. The
vote stood as  follows:
Balment       L86
Sarvis    116
Majority for Balment    20
The vote on the Arena uink bylaw
was as follows.
Por the By-law      137
Against the I*r-l*ir     70
Majority for B»4aw   67
Liphardt
Stewart   111
Lawe
Henderson
■i
Macdonald .. 101 ,,    ,      ,,
Howard   ,} Macdonald
Wallace Ml,,, „
Bakln   7 | Wallace
Ward
Young
S}w
I Macdonald . 8 |
Wallace
urd  	
Simpson  —
McPhee 	
Moffatt  	
McNaughtou
11 I
10 i Simpson
oi
12 ■ McNghton
Wallace  11
11
II
! Mc.Vtoll   7
McLEOD CUP DRAW
.Ml
12
Moffatt ...
McNaughton .
Wallace —
Llphardl
Eakln ...
Howard .
Stewart .
McNabb .
Young ...
14 (
Liphardt
Voung
18
McX'hton    I
McNaughton.    12
Wallae.
9
to time, and many of the games were | Wan, )ay 0M 0|) fluter r,.lf,   Uw fol. i
very fascinating. : ll)W(M* s,.-. „ •■„,,, near ,iu. ,.,<>. ward's
The Manor of th* Game ; tJOCOtld )ay lnaWe {nt{ev rlngi Uw wns
The roarin' game is surely a gentle-1 hpnvy  wpn, tnro.,Bi. ,i,p hoU8e, \vnrd
men's game;  many expressions    of \ ^.^ ()ne of his pmirrts on tuur f00t
good humor came to tlie surface. ; r|nR    Uw was    wlo>     Vi-(XTfX    t00 |
Tome Cole's stock expression: "your, |)pavv knoekad nff gmtii am| |erl Bhot
kindftess Is only exceeded by your
charming personality.' We don't know
if this is original with Tom but it is
n- long ttme since we Imve  heard   H
and it is so applicable to curlers gen-
orally that we derided to give tt an
imperishable record
A variation of the old favorite ditty
'Old Tom cole, wus a merry old soul."
was wafted musically on the other
X   Jehnnnu • llen-hmer Gawe
Lucky shot!
Yes. yes, yes. get him over, lie's a
dandy!
Didn't you sec it was going to die?
It's a' right, it's a right: we are living
to play the game   Ylmuiv Yoliuson
Git bin) for a bite, git him for a bite
All right, Archie, just enough to
put thai through.
Pull him over, Joe, pull hlni over.
1 don't want it out, 1 want something t* lay up against.
Bring him; whoa, now wlioa: thai'*
tbe way to curl them, Jim!
O, you're narrow, boy. nil right,
Harvle.
You're wide, but bring him along
All right, Bill, that leaves bcr open
Johnson put on a good guard. Herchmer missed. Johnson raised another
Into the 4 foot ring, Herchmer laid
narrow and Johnson counted .1. Score
A Corrle, ,
11. Brown,
M. A. Kastner,
S. Herchmer, iklp   13
J. Wilson
J. Mitchell,
J. Austin,
J Johnson, skip   12
CaneroB • Lawe
Come on, Bob, all right, got a bite.
Come on, come on, come .on. hard;
all right.
Lay on second ring; whoa, whoa—
too far, Just on button,
Out turn, dont be short, just a little
narrow, but alright.
Guard on front ring, take all that
Ice, come on, good shot.
Take off guard, aright, off goes the
guard.  ^^^^^^^
Same as your last, a guard; who.a I
—through the ring. /
Full draw weight, right up for sec- •
ond ahot. Guard well V»t on. Cam-!
eron lay thot, with Uwe a close Bee-1
McPhee Ill
Cameron — 10 ) _
L.K. Macdonald 9 \ { nnlp^n,,
Herchmer ... 14 J
Uwe II j rTerchmer
Prentice 16 \
Johnson ..    . 14 I Prentice
Hogarth 8), .
Lawe v 12 t ■*»*       -1
Thompson ... 11
Henderson ... 16
Ward   9
Simpson 11
McN'ghton   15 :
Herchmer  . .61
u !
Henderson    n i
iM.   l*we drew ta for fUri, Obm
open,    l-aw a little wide, sailed thru
io hock giving Ward another chance
to guard which he did most efe.'tlvely
Law removed guard, opening "I- shot.
Ward laid another guard, but a little I
too close In, making second shot. Law
came down on  twin  shots, putting
first to hack.   Ward utill lying shot. I
called  for guard.    Too heavy, raised;
shot  nearer tee. but   left both Open, j
Uiw raised shot, but Wnrd still count*
ed, and played for a second,   Too fast,
raised shot over centre and lay first
and second,  but  wido open.    Knd nl
this stage called for consultation   of
Law rink.   Law raised both shots and!
lay  2     Ward's end  rlnht  up to last I
shoi.    Score:
J. P. Snyder
Ben Snyder
p, w. Law
B, C, l-aw. skip  R    j
W. Robinson
U   Plnlay
p. M, MoPhorson
,\   Ward. skli.  	
McPhee -Law.
MaPhoo- Cranbrook and Law. Carmangay, played a good game, IrfcPhee
drew within four fool ring.   Law fol-j
lowed suit for second.   McJ'hee guard' |
Od lits shot     Law raised his on Mc-
Phee's sliot, sending It through    the I
I ring,   McPhee threw away.   Law put
Ion a good full guard. McPhee scattered guards, leaving shot wide open.
Law failed to put on a guard. MchPee
was narrow and l-aw still lay shot,
but fulled again to protect It. McPhee
raised shot and lay on circle of four
foot ring, thc only rock In the house.
Iaw Blow and put on guard on Mc-
Phee's shot.    McPhee drew for another Bhot, but fell abort.   Law drew
in for second on 8 foot ring.   McPhee
put on another guard, forcing Law to
draw for shot.   Law was short and
McPhee counted 1,    Score
N. A. Walllnger j
J. R. Adanison
Len Clark
B. H. McPhee, skip A
J. P. Snyder
Ben Snyder
P. W. Uw
B. C Uw, nklp   7
Stewart > Herchmer
Stewart, of Macleod. and Herchmer
'ol Fsrale, cant lotether on Tueifer
TRITES-WOOD CUP DRAW
Johnston    .
Thompson
Simpson   ,.
Macdonald
Ward
Johnston
u, | .
. siJ
s ( Macdonald
.  HI
til,
MeNanb      0 1
Ward
Mi'NanRllton      U |
Herclimer
12
JHerclmicr ..  12 | Hcn,hm<,,.
■J
Prentice     71
\ i
Cameron  —  s]
Howard    9]
ANNUAL MEETING OF
LlltlltAI.  ASSO.
The  annual   meeting  of  the  Cran-1
brook city Liberal Association    was]
held in Tlie Palm on Thursday even-.
Ing, Jan. 9th,   The following officers
were  elected   for  the  Insufng year: |
Hon. pres. Sir Wilfred Lanrter; lion.)
1st  vice pres.,  Hon. Dr. J.  H.  King;
hon. 2nd vice pres,, Hon. John Oliver;
president,   J.   A,   Genest;    1st   vice
president, Dr. P. B. Miles; 2nd vice
president, A. A  MacKinnon; 3rd vice
president. 12.  Peterson;     secy.-treas, I
J  F. Ouimont.
Resolutions of    condolence    were
passed   for  the   members   hern
during the recent epidemic.
Delegates   were   appointed   i
lend   the   District   Annual   SlWetlng
which will he held on Jan. 23rd.
A vote of thanks was passed to tiie;
retiring president, T. M, Roberts.
AN>T.U MEETING OF (ROWS
NEST fTBLINI.'  ASSOCIATION1
The curlers met at the Cranbrook
hotel in the capacious and comfortable  dining  room,  presided  over  by.
Mr. Ueo. Hogarth, one of the oldest
and best caterers to the public in   the
Crows   Nest   country.    We   nave  no
space In this issue to give tli" report ,
the occasion deserves but  we will try j
to do so next week.   A. C. Liphardt:
waa elected President for the ensuing
year and W. P. Cameron vice president, S. Herchmer was re-elected secretary-treasurer and  D.  Duff,  chaplain.    The  district, bonspeil   will  he
held next yenr In Lethbrldge beginning on Jan. 12.   Cigars and two per
cent and a light lunch  was served
and  the  curlers  made  merry  for  a
couple of hours.    Appropriate   votes
of thanks were passed and the meeting  concluded  with   singing   "Auld
Ung Syne" and the National Anthem.
New Blouses
Provincial Library of
Pretty New Blouses made of Silk,
Crepe-de-Chene and fine Georgette
Crepe in Ivory, Flesh Maize Rose
and Navy. Made with the New
Dutch Neck or with Convertible
Collars
PRICES from $6.50 io $12
Big Saving on
Winter Millinery
ALL HATS
Now
HALF Price
McCreery Bros.
"U.13I03XS  ORY  C01QS  AND  CL0THINC  STORES
t**|-»<*/V*» i.fffim i,t\ftm tt/\f,m,if(ftm mi}ftm  ,<*/->■ ttjUsrttm
*  DONT Pul Off Curing
For That COUGH
If you do, serious computation* are apt to arise and the result
■■ill mean a irre.it deal of expense and Inronrentenvo. The
sensll-le treatment Is—
. WHITE PINE AND SPRUCE BALSAM
V        * toiuhjnatlon o( ln-ulim.* inured if nt*. recognized tn the ne -.Heal
profession as the best for the treatment of coughs*
CRANBROOK DRUC & BOOK COY
Wallace
Stewarl
llenderpon
Moffat!   ...
11J
111
.  5 J
■   01
Utc       12 J
Kakln       Ill
Unpin Hi   ■.
; Hogartli
McPliee  .
Law   	
Mphordt
Younp   ..
• «• Law
10|
! Liphardt
Lililianlt
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Us]   I'ltonc TL
Klghl  I'biinr :ihi,
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m*\fitm —Af  e-W '■^>W">^>i»«iV^O
afternoon as unbeaten champions and wide and through house Stewurt
a hut tie of giants ensued. Stewart guarded. Herclimer tried to scatter
Iny on 4 f<wt ring. Herclimer rained guards, but did not change situation,
him out lying to aide on s font ring. Stewart put on ti good long guard.
Stewart raised him and lay. Hcrcli- Herchmer split up the guards. Slew-
nur fell short{ Stewart guarded, art played heavy, removed guard and
Herchmer ilicw for shot inside of 8 loft shot wide open. Herchmer raised
loot ring and lay first. Stewart put Stewart's shot and curled in on tee,
Ntnl out and lay 2. both on 8 foot ring, behind Stewart on 4 foot ring. Stew-
Herehmer fell short and guarded, art raised his own on shot and lay
Stewart went through house. Herch- first, third and fourth; Herchmer sec-
mer drew to 4 foot ring nnd lay shot. ond. Herchmer scattered the bunch.
Stewart was narrow and fell on guard, but left Stewart first, Herclimer sec-
Hercbmer guarded his Bhot. Stewart ond. Stewart tried to remove Hcrch-
lay second. Stewart put guard thru mer but caught the guard. Stewart
but  lay another guard.    Herchmer *-' '    a—*■
strengthened the guard. Stewart rained his own guard on Herchmer's shot
and lay with Herchmer second. Shot
wide open; Herchmer drew to It aud
counted one. Another end of the same
game may be described as follows:
Herchmer drew within 4 font ring--
Stewart drew to face of it and lay
shot.   Herchmer put It through and
lay first and second.    Stewart drew
to 4 foot ring for third ahot. Herchmer put on guard.    Stewart raised
Herchmer'H shot and lay first, Hen h-
f Mr Mcend, shot opan.    Herchmer on Mch -tide    H C. wan thla eompett
skip
10
counted 1.   Score:
A. Macdonald
O. 0. Stewart
G. E. Stewart
J. O. Stewart.
A Corrle
H. Tlrown
M. A. Kastner
s. Herchmer, skip ...
Alberta - B. (
Mr. A. 0. Liphardt presented for
competition four beautifully engraved
individual cups, on polished ebony
pedestals, between rinks representing
I Alberta  and   British  Columbia,  five
tion in a walk.   The score was as fol
lows:
Alberta—
J. P, Snyder
Ben Snyder
P. \V. Law
K. C. Law, Carmangay, skip ...fi
Dr. Gibson
K. J. Nelson
O. M. Ballantyne
J p, Simpson. Lethbrldge, skip ,5
I> Hu fr
n Andrews
J. Marnock
n. r>. McNabh. Lethbrldge, Help tl
A. Macdonald
O. G. Stewart
O. K. Stewart
J. O. Stewart, Maoleod, skip .. if*
D. o. McKay
A. E. Quayle
M. Chalmers
J. McNaughton, Carmangay s-klp 3
Total       36
Brltlah Columbln—
W, Robinson
R. Pinlay
P. M. MacPherson
A, Ward, Cranhrook. skip     ft
A. Cormie
H. Brown
M. A. Kastner
S. Herchmer. Fernie. skip .
A. Watson.
n. G. Harvie
c.. (i. Hendorson
A. C. Liphardt, Fernle, skip
G. Kossoft
A. McNeil
T. Be- .
L. r   iioDonald, Pernie. skip .. B
P     ..  Atkins
A, c. Bowness
P. Topham
W. P. Cameron, Cranbrook skip 11
Total    «3
The Peerless
Steam Cooker
Will cook you a delicious Vegetable Dinner,
a Roast of Beef. Pork
or Mutton. Turkey and
Poultry of all kinds
For Salt by
J. D. McBride
Phnne 5 Cranbrook, B. C.
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Pastor   Rev. R. W. LEE
SUNDAY NEXT J&n, 19th 1919
11 a. m. Divine Service
12 p. m. Sabbath School
7.30 p.m. Divine Service
Subject: Why Men DO NOT go to Church
A special address for .Mon   The second sermon,
A hearty Invitation to Everybody.
□ 1-AG15 TWO
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THE CltANBROOK  HERALD
THURSDAY, JANUARY Will, 1919
C R A N B R O OK   HE RA-LD
Published Every Thursday by
TIIK   CltANBROOK  HERALD,   LIMITED
W. A. MYERS, ;      :     : Managing Editor
AdvcrUsliiB  Bates on  annllcuttoa.   Changes fur Advertising MUST be Id
Ibis   ntflco    Wednesday   "«»'   taeeiitrent   week   to   secure   attention.
CRANBROOK,  BRITISH  COLUMBIA   THURSDAY, JANUARY   ltitb,  191"
I ESTABLISHED    UTS
IMPERIAL RANK
OF CANADA
LUMBERING
Th« lidllMl tlananit far and pravailing klik prict* ef I»mb«r hav* m*<t«  Iks
d«**kMit*«t ml thi* iadiwtr-- ai-antial and profit a bl a.
Tkia laak can awiat your plana.   CoMult our lacal Manaiar. 131
CRANBROOK BRANCH,
B. E. HOWARD, Manager.
HOARDS OF
G001
nam. MKKT
I  BOAVS I'ISt 1SSK11
BOI.SHKVlSM
He
In
Hie  jo
ei inn
Pollowln
delegates from
trade and auto
local delegatos
trade
attendance ut
ie henrda of
[ton*, ol' the
Kao'fimya as a delegh.u foni the
Cranbrook district, which was held
in Nelson laal Thursday evening. He
re] his u inoBi enthuslaatlo Bather-
lug and » unanimous determination
lu urge upon both tlie Dominion und
Provincial governments the necessity
for the completion at as early a date
as possible ol a substantial highway
across the province. Tho Nelson News
gives the tallowing report of the
meeting:
meeting held a week
utereeted In the mark-
all Canadian highway,
the district boards of
iluba gathered with
, the city boa ni of
rooms last Thursday night to
determine ways and means of urging
most effectively the building of the
highway through British Columbia.
After n short address by J. It. Hun-
tor, president of the Nelson board,
pulling before Hie delegates the reason for calling the meeting, J. H,
Schofleld of Trail was called to act as tho same place,
chairman. Mr. Schofleld pointed out
that the different boards of tha dis-
trlcl would have to pull together if
the project was to be a success,
"This district lias received less benefits iliiiu any other pari of the Dominion and we should receive some
recognition from the governmeni," declared Mr, Hunter. "We should get
busy, as (lie year of 1919 is to be u
year of  reconstruction."
"Everyone will agree liiiat good
roads arc Hie greatesi advertisement
a district ran have", was the opinion
of W. H, Wilson of Crunbrook, 'but
ir tlie Rose pass is used it will meet
with great, opposition from Creston
and   Vulik."
P,   \V,   .Sterling,   district   Canadian
(Calgary Herald)
Redcliff, according  to
ileus
advocate of a constitutional monarchy! as  lie  passed   through
j iu Russia.   Her work in tills connect-  crowds,
charges tion brought her into contact  with,    Before   leaving   Oenoa,   President
made by reputable people, children of i men like Kerensky and others   who  Wilson laid a wreath nl  the base ol
tender years are employed In .■. munu-; were working toward the consummn-   the statue of Columbus and, standing
fncturlng plant at wages less than the  tion ol an age old dream of file Rus-   bare-herfded    in    ihe    driving    rain.
law calls for. In Toronto a labor in-1 shin people. So interested lu this work   nmi\c a s]U)rt address,
vostlgntor claims to have discovered' did she become that she found It expedient, shortly after the breaking out
of tbe world war, to move to Sweden,
us "Cousin Nicky" had taken a more
eighty-three cents. Most1 or less violent dislike to her activities
to work seven days each   and it was a plain citso of choice be-
that the maximum wages paid to hotel waitresses witli rooming privileges
is sixty-nine cents a day, and if they
room outsld'
Ot them hav
week, tween Sweden and Siberia.
Such    abominable    conditions    us       Princess Radziwlll is a blood cousin
these, when proven, furnish complete of Hoheuberg, who wus tlie wife of
justification  for the organization  of tlie  murdered   Archduke  Ferdinand
workers in tlieir own defence.;   they of Austria.   It was the murder of her
do much to excuse the temper shown illustrious cousin, and her husband,
liy labor enthusiasts In   tlieir  public which gave Austria the opportunity to, ',"""
rhlei
condemnation   of   employers   us   a demand  humiliating apologies from
class.   Also they are responsible  for Serbia, and to set forth nn ultimatum j lj,r0l1E|l
very much of the antagonism so re- which no self- res pec ting nation could
grettably    apiirent    between    the meet iu its entirety.   This ultimatum,
Columbus, ho gnld, did a service
for the world in discovering America
and now It was America's pleasure
nnd pride to show il was in the service of mankind.
The demonstration in Milan was ol
i lie same character as thut In Genoa
The president called ut I lie city ball
where the freedom of the city   wnt
bestowed   upon   him.     lie   il    pro.
ceeded to the royal palace, where b<
received delegations, going thence ti
Scala.    The tour about  the    cits
I lie
pre
was  t
id en tin I
o   Ibe   at
party    went
;ompanlmeni
forces of labor and capital. bucked by Germany, set the world a-
Fault lies ou both sides, ln the flame iu August, 1914.
Redcliff instance it was stated that lu the conflict thus kindled Prin-
aii oficiul of a local union was not cess Radziwill has lost her only son,
only employed at tho works where who was shot down on tlie field of
tlie law is alleged to have been battle by a German officer whom lie
broken, but thut one of Iiis own, had known in happier days, while he
under-age children was working In was ln the very act of extending as-
if that union offi- sistance to him. Needless to say site
cial had been living up to the prin- is Pro-Alley to the core, and is doing
ctplos which are supposed to govern more than her bit in the fight for de-
labor organizations, the alleged fault mocracy.
would never have occurred. Princess Radziwill will lecture un-
Ou tho other hand, if among em- der tha : us| ices of the I.O.D.K. local
of virtually one con
"vivas."
In replying to the
Mayor  of   Milan,   oi
welcome
behalf
municipality today, President Wilson
declared Ihat tho working classes of
the Allied countries, hy their consciousness of community of interest.
by their consciousness of community
of spirit, done perhaps more than any
other influence lias to establish a
world opinion, which is not of a nation, which Is not of a continent, but
is the opinion, we might say, of mankind.   He continued:
"I am aware that those of ns
charged with tho very great and
serious responsibility of concluding
pence musi think, act nnd confer In
the presence of this opinion—that
we are not masters of tho fortunes of
any nation but aro tlie servants of
mankind; that it is not our privilege
to follow special interests, nut it is
our manifosl duty to study only the
general interest,
"This is n solemn thing, sir, and
here lu Milan, wliere I, know so much
of ihe pulse of International sympathy bents. I aui glad to stand lip
and say thai I believe (bat that pulse
boats also in my own veins nnd that
I am nol thinking of a particular
aotttoment,"
Due of tlie many Incidents or    the
visit, perhaps the most touching, was
tho presentation by wounded soldiers
of n memorial favoring a league   of
mil ions.
Referring to this, President Wilson
said:
"Wo can not merely sign a treaty
of peace and go home with a clear
conscience. We musi do something
more. Wo must add so far as we can
the security whicli suffering men
everywhere demand."
Sramophon*
Buying
Be sure and test all makes
of machines in town before
deciding
We Stock the
Brunswick dc
Columbia
Encourage Comparison is our
Motto
Large Assortment of Records
Raworth Bros.
Next to tliL. I'luMiirflco.
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meets Id the
Parish Hall
first Tuesday
afternoon ot
every month
at 3 p.m.
Pres., MrB. B.
H. Learns.!
Sec;, Mrs. J. W. Burton. P. O. Box 611.
All ladles co-dlally Invited.
LAIDI.AW k DEWOI.F
Civil and Mining Engineers
H. (!. Land Surveyors
CRANBROOK, B. C.
ployers there were evident u vigorous determination to obey thc law
nnd c'cul ruirly with employees,
coupled with a disposition In their
associations lo discipline those who
were known to be acting otherwise,
much ot the class antagonism now
existing would disappear,
llightly  we   condemn  Bolshevism,
hon
in the   Presbyterian   church
on Friday evening, Jan. 24.
FORT STEELE
Harry Chammlngs the son of -Mrs.
Fred Cooper ot Fort Steele, met with
it rerious accident on Friday last, the'
3rd.   The boy was round in a very
Pacini
best route would be by Sirdar. He
stilled that thc Canadian Pacific railway  probably  would  make    special
because It treats as a scrap ot paper  bad condition, supposedly shot In sev. ;
i all law nnd order.    But Bolshevism  eral places by a   shot   gun.   Fred
is not the growth of a moment; nor  Cooper, the hoy's  step father,  and j
i Is it here without some excuse.   It is: Jack Kelly, a neighbor, started out
l an    expression—exaggerated,    it   is | the next morning to track the person
: I rue, but not lacking its cause.
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Thc users  are  the   Con-
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riijHlclttiis And .HurtcroiiM
Oilier  nl  residence, Arms, roitg
Avoiuii-
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Forenoons   0.00 to 10,110
Afternoons   8.00 to   4.00
Evenings  7.30 to   8,80
RumltiyH     2,30 to   4..I0
niANimooK, it .<•
1.0.0. F.
KEV CITY KODAK, 9fe, 49
Meets every
Monday ulglit
„ ^^ at Fraternity
Hell. Sojourning Oddfellows
cordially invited.
R II.  McPliee,      J.W. SLCno*.
Bflcy.
N.Q,
DR. F. It. MILES
DENTIST
Office in Hanson Block
OFFICE HOURS
0 to 12. a.m.
1 to    G p.m.
CRANBROOK. B.C
Some' who fired the shot, but although they
freighl agent, thought that the I con(j|yOI1 or Het of (x-ndltiona   have t circled the surrounding ground for
brought it into being as a protest. ! Beveral  hours they found no tracks
Disregard, the    aptrlt    of    Bolshe- in the snow.   They then came to the;
vlsm, as in Europe, may get out.  of j conclusion that the boy had not been
rates.   !.. A. Campbell of Rossland de-
hand,
It then becomes tlie demon-1 «hot.    On going back to the place
dared that Sirdar would be out of the  Htri.-*on    Df    tt    class    made    mad' where tbe boy had bean found they
question, as transportation    facilities j ttironeli hopelessness  of   ever   hnv-l discovered a live detonating cap used
Ing Its wrongs righted, and too fre- j in blasting and the boy's jack knife
nuently  led on   by   designing    men i with the blade blown off. In the mean-
wliose hope is personal gain from tlie time Harry had been brought home
society from the results of BclBhe- I with the knife and cap he told the
vlsm run   mad.     How much   better j whole story.   He hnd just left Fred
it would be if, instead of waiting
until force of arms became necessary, attention were paid to the
causes back of and responsible for
the Bolshevistic spirit. Treatment
of these would he a simple and easy
matter in comparison with the task
of quelling a revolution, ln that
community or nation wliere the fair
deal is conscientiously practised between masters and men. employers
and employes, ond where the spirit
of brotherhood is recognized and in
operation, Bolshevism could not
exist. There would be no breeding
places for it.
l'MNTEHS CATHERINE
ItADKIYVlM..
Cooper witli whom he hnd dcp.i
working to go home, and while on
his way home he began probing thc
cap which caused an explosion that J
blew the blade off his knife. Several j
pieces of the shell of the cap entered |
his body but everybody agrees that
he got oft very easy.
The subscribers to the Fort Steele j
Patriotic Fund have subscribed: R. j
L. T. Oalbralth $5.00; Henr Kershaw!
$2.50; O. S. Baker, $1.00; and A. J.
Ores, $1.00; each month for September, October, November Making n
total of $0.50 a month.-'
Nick. Brewer and Dick Turner returned to "back East" yesterday.
Lester Buder and Ed. Wilkin h left
here yesterday for Wycllffe where
I hey have work.
lim.KXft.KK
for cars were so bud.
it. was finally decided to appoint a
committee to draw ap resolutions   to
win- tlie governmeni lor a great for I turmoil they are able to create. from the Cranbrook hospital  where
the purpose of building the portion of Across the water force of arniB has I be had been hurried to receive raedl-
tho transcontinental highway from j been resorted to In an effort to save | cal attention, and when confronted
Crouton to Cascade City.
.Mr. Campbell though) that $250,000
should be asked for. "'The returned
soldiers will be coming back," he said
"and this will give employment to
thousands of them."
The resolution committee drew up
the following, which will be wired to
the Dominion government: "At a joint
meeting of Lho boards of trade and
nuto associations of Eifst and West
Kootenay and Boundary country held
»t Nelson ou tfie evening of Jan. S, lt
was resolved to petition your government to construct an all-Cunadian
Transcontinental highway via the following routes through Southern British Columbia: tho portions from the
Alberta boundary line to Creston,
which is already constructed, starting  ul   Creston   lo   Kuskanook.   (This
would mean the const ruction of a
highway U>v n distance of approximately five miles,; via ferry by C.P.R.
Steamer From Kuskanook to Nelson;
from Nelson lo South Slocan; from
South Slocan to Brilliant; this would
mean a construction of approximately
a distance ol four miles highway between Thrums and Brilliant); Brilliant to Castlegnr; Caatlegar to Trail.
Tliis would mean construction of approximately 20 miles of new highway,
thereby connecting up the excellent
rond system al present existing throu
the Boundary country, nnd south   and
Shnilknniecn.   Yale  and   Cariboo,    to.
Spenco's bridge. I
"it was the unanimous opinion of
tho meeting that oast and west Kootenay and Boundary country are entitled to every consideration In view
or the support given the empire, both
in man-power and In financial wealth,
which  exceed  any  portion    of   the
Dominion per capital  and therefore,
for tin? above reasons we ore entitled
to special  consideration  that
portion which we understand you are
bringing down be expended in opening up a territory in outline; and we
urge that it be taken at an early date
in order tiiat employment be provided
for many  of  our  splendid  returning
soldiers."
It was resolved to send copies of
this resolution to the proper autorl-
tles.
After the meeting tho delegates retired to the Hume tea room, where a
light luncheon was served.
Mr. Wilson says that the C.P.R. will
nlso be requested to carry cars on
the passenger boat running between
Kooleimy Landing und Procter at the
same rate un Ihuy charge on the
Steamers plying between Vancouver
and Victoria, namely:
mile
From the Imperial Court of Berlin
to tlie free rostrum of America, whore
she can speak her mind in behalf of
the fight for world democracy, is a far
jump, but it has been made by Princess Radziwill, for twenty years a
favorite at tlie court of tlie Kaiser,
the personal friend of the kaiser's
rather, and the acquaintance and confident of many of the crowned heads
of Europe.
Russian born, of an old Ckranian
family of Cossack origin, strongly intrenched In tiie belief of tlie divine
right or kings, Princess Radziwill, In
her early youth, by a strange turn of
fate, was thrown into the family of
her aunt, the wife of the great French
novelist, Honore de Balzac, where she
was reared. Here she Imbibed the
first longings for democracy which 1 departure
were to color her after life. Here: invormore, B. C—There recently
she wns afforded the opportunity to passed away at Vancouver, Christian
make the intimate personal acquaint- j Kemprud who until within the last
ance of the great literary lights of thej two months had been a resident ol
era of Napoleon the Third, and ac- j Athalmer*, carrying on business as a
■1"flt cumulate a fund ol personal reminls- sadler and harness maker. The late
cences through contact with men like Mr. Kemprud was born In Norway,
Victor Hugo and Rennn. j thirty-four years a<go, nnd moving to
United in marriage with Prince ! Western Canada some years ago set-
Radzlwlll, of Germany, she was for ; tied on n farm near Clareshoin.. Alta.
twenty years a member of the Imper- with his parents and brollies and.
lal Court of Germany. Among her\ sisters. Within the last few years
acquaintances of this time were many | the family moved to Vancouver where
of tlie men and women who are now , Mr. Kemprud's mother and one sister
ln the forefront of Germany's military both died. Later the father moved to.
lire, Including the ex-kaiser. Herac- Matsqul where one of his daughters
qua in tan co with tho kaiser, was not a' resides with him. One other bro-
casual one, for ho was a frequent vis- ther lives in Fort Steele.
Itor to her home, und tbe Intimacy be- ,	
A change is being made In tlie
perBonel of the Imperial Bank stafl j
here, Mr. Conway George Taylor
Hurcourt who lias been manager of
this branch ror the past lew! years
has been transferred to open no a new ■
branch of the bank in Dayslan 1, Alta..
while Mr. E. A. Grogory-Allenlof one
of the Vancouver branches lias bt en
appointed to this post. Deiur-e coming here Mr. Hurcourt had been In tiie
Golden, Moose Jaw branches and prior
to that had been living ln Dancuns,
Vancouver's Island. He leaven here
this week along with Mrs. Htrcourt
and their two children. A public fare.
well*was tendered them prior to tlieir
i KI)MONI>SON,S DANCE 0BCHE8TBA
Now Open for Engagements.    One to
Four Pieces
! The Music with the PEP.    For Terms
Apply
MRS. EDXONDSON
j or plume 320 Cranbrook, B. C.
THE
1
CRAM-BOOK   COTTAGE
HOSPITAL
Private Nursing 1
Licensed liy Provincial Govt.
Maternity aad Ueneral Nursing
Massage and Rest Cure, Highest
References, terms moderate.
Apply Mrs. A. Crawford, Matron
Phone 269 P. O. Box 845
Address, Garden Ave. Cranbrook
I
C0EUR D'ALENE
Spokane, Washington
HK HOTEL WITH  A
PERSONALITY
This bouse bas (bt
happy -llstlnctlon of be*
log the favorite stop*
ping place In Spokane
for tlie people of British
Columbia We appreciate
thla patronage and do
everything In our power
to make you comfortable.
Our location Is excellent —
close to Great Northern Station
and O. W R. fc N.-MUwauke
terminal, and within a minute',
walk from tbe principal business
houses and places of amusement.
Nm Steamship or Roof
THE HOME lUKEItV
Robt. frame, Prap.
Fre-h lirea-l, Cakes, Pies
and Pastry
Phone IT
Norbury Ave.      Opp City Hall
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAN
Crank-oak, I. C.
Meets every Tuesday at I p m. In
tbe Fraternity Hall
C. Q. Biirgstrnm. ('. C.
C H. Collins. K. R. £ 8.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited to attend.
CHAN. N. PARKER
Forwarding and Distributing
Agent for
lethbrldge and flreeaklll Coal
Imperial Oil Co.
Dlstrbutlon Cart a Specialty.
Iiriijlii-r and TranaferHnit
Given prompt attention
Phone 61
I ween them wus such that lie spoke TYPICAL OF WILSON'S
his mind freely regarding many things PR0ORES8 THROUGH ITALY
whicli now throw an Interesting side- ___
light on his character. Removing I Milan, Jan. 6th—President Wilson
from Germany upon the death of hor Journeyed from Romo to Milan yos-
lnwliuiiil Princess Rldxlwlll returned' terrtay, stopping at Genoa en route,
lo Itnssln. Her experiences with roy* There, he was greeted by hundreds
la rants per julty had nol .accentuated her love for | of thousands of tho people, who
autocracy, and she became an ardeul fought and scrambled to be near him'
WHEREVER
THIS SKJN
BUY War-Savings Stamps for $4.00 each, place
them on thc Certificate, which will be given to
you; have your St.imp.■, registered against loss,
free of charge ut any Mfincy-Ordei lJo.:t Office; and on the first
day of 1924, Cannda will pay you
ys.oo
tach for your stamps.
Aa an aid to tlir purchase of W.
s. s.
you cot. buv THRIFT
Stamps for 25 cents c..r...   Slxtcc
lOftl
esc Thrift Stamps on a
Thrift Card will be excliansi .1 ro
;i Y.\
1, S,   Thrift Stamps do
not bear interest.   Their virtue
is   111
t they enable you to
apply every 25 cenls you can ...
■■ lo\V
mln the purchase of &
Government, Interest-bearing bcci
Ity.
"If high rates of Interest mtwl be
paid t
n Government borrow*
Inga It is but right thnt i very n
man, and child should
liavo the opportunity ia rain thin
nteres
."—Sir Thcutas While.
00
for $4.5!!
Building and
Job Work
GET  OUR  TRICES
Clarke & Sainsbury
Phone 73 nr ,T.«     I'.O. Box mil
The Shoe Specialist
JOti MAIUi'OM
OtaltlMtlan Guaranteed
WeadQuerters for all kinds of
Renalri
F. ML MACPIIKKSON
Undertaker
Pboae 8.VP
Norbnry kn, aeit to Clly Hall
"WHITE"
SEWING MACHINES
MADI IN CANADA
rod CANADIAN  HOMIS
WILL GIVE YOU
COMFORT
BASE AND
REAL PLEASURE
WHILE SEWING
Can you think of any reason why
there should not be one In your
home?
DR. DeVAN'S FRENCH MU5 Kk.
Killutliiff fill for W'jm.ii. 15 p. box or three to.
flu.^told tt .11 ilrus mow. nt. mailed to.ny
.ddnuoarcculptof nrlve. Tu. Bt-oK.ti. tisva
Co., St. futh.nn... OnMrio.
Montana Restaurant
Meals at AU Hairs
('•rare, Cigarette* aad ('and*
CRANBROOK STRKKT.
Opposite tbe Bank of Conimen-o
J. F. DEACON
Automobiles for hire.. .Iloata
on Green Bay In Connection.
PHONE 88      CRANBROOK
If vou want satisfaction
with vour wasuli'd
send It to
MONTANA LAUNDRY
Boeclal orices for famllv
work
vlul!t*;ior Nerve tn<! Hr»(n; Ineisesss"tnr
m.uor";» Tonic-will liuilii you up. IS a boi,or
two lor |S, st ii-iii, sum., or b, to.ll oa neelpt
Sfprleo   TH.soos.ul).vut,o.,at. OsuueBMa
.NOTICE
Pound District Act.
Pursuant to the provisions of Section 11 ot-tills Act, notice ls hereby
given ot the appointment of Charles
Langrldge of Bull River, B.C., us
poundkeeper, ot the pound established
In the Bull River district and located
at the Junction of the Government
road and the Bull River, being Lot 118
0. P! R. Map.
E. D. BARROW,
Minister of Agriculture
Department of Agriculture,
Victoria, ■. C, Dec. HIh, Ull. tout
L^stSMWSttmim 'THURSDAY, JANUARY   10th.  1810
TIIE    oHANnunnK     HERALD
PAQIt TIIKI.Ii'
Why Is lt that people
wearing glasses appear
younger tliun tliose who
need them—-and il" not
wear them?
CLASSES
Removes the Strain
Byes overtaxed in their efforts to overcome visual
defects  reveal Ihe strain
In the Hues or the face.
Good  glasses  relievo tills
strain anil softon Hie con-
tenance.
Wilson's masses will eon-
serve your eyesight   nml
keep yottr race young.
"We lire never Satisfied
liilll you are Pleasfil"
W.   II.  WILSON
Mfg. Optician
*----&---fi*a<a*r'TrT~3--
•ocal and Personal
j    insure witli Beale & 131 well.
Killi.v Frames pictures;   pho
Merchants' lunches n  special
1 tho Y. M. 0. A.
I
i    j, P. Pink returned on Sunday from
I a visit tn ills family In Vancouver.
"Lfl
ight
Save COAL
& WOOD
See Our Line of
Drauj
Stoppers
They work Automatically
lAit us demonstrate
F. PARKS & CO.
Hardware & Mill Supplies
Cranbrook,    -    B. C.
Mr. and .Mrs. .
1. Wallace lint
e le
ft on
a trip tn Spoknne.
The Wotuol
i's institute v
,•111
hold
ihelr  annual
Valentine   So
rial
on
I'Vltruiiry 14lh.
:i-:ii
Found   1 lila
ck row with
roil
cult,
No visible brnni
1. Apply Molt
Jail
n son.
lin* Lulld nine!
l,  Will'itner.
:t-'l
!■:  |>. Wlndsi
ir, plnno tutu
ir, 1
s iti
town for a few
ilays only.   I'litm
,' or*
dors in 160,
p'tuully dlnttoi
rs. six o'clock
Sun.
days, 'il Hie V.
M. ('. A.
Miss Mlldroil
Harvey   ot
this
city
is visiting llrr
slater, Miss M
. A.
Hnr-
vey al Nelson.
Orders for green
longth, apply tu J. I
r>4, Cranbrook,
fir   wood,
'. Huchcroft,
We aro sorry to learn Mini the
Seaman family have heen suffering
rrom Influenza iu Vancouver,
Harry Edwards of Wycllffe was In
lown Saturday driving a spanking
team of bay colts,
FOK PAINTING AM)
PAPKRHANOIWO, ETC
—Phone—
JOHN CARD
prom: no. 'm,
< il.'MIKIMIK ■ H. !'.
Miss WATSON
DRESSMAKER
Oi-cssimikliu. at reasonable
terms.   Hay work In plain
or fancy sowing
Phone  170 or Write llox 2M
C ran brook. IM'.
Ethel Luttrell, piano, violin
, and harmony. Studio: Hanson
i Block, phone 254. 3-1 m
i A card party und dance will lie held
; at tho Parish Hall on Wednesday. Jan.
i 20th. Dancing from 1ft to 1. Ad mi 8-
1 Hion 50c. lt
Piano and Theory lessons by
i arrangement. Phone 404 or box
i 428—Mrs. Van Braam, 237 Bur-
■ we'l Avenue. 46-tf.
Born—At Saskatoon, Sauk., on Doc.
Slind, 1918. to Mr. and Mra. Frank
i Izzard. a daughter. Doth mot hor and
babe doing nicely. '
I    Shorthand  pupils  for evening les-
: sons, terms reasonable,   Apply Miss
Peterson, telephone *.!9... after 7 p.m,
3-3t«
Mr Simon Taylor .returned from
Hollywood. Cal.. on Friday, and reported the favourable progress of Mrs.
Taylor.
Fifty second hand sewing machines
in good running order, most of them
drop head**, for sale cheap at thc
Singer store, phone 167. 2-mly
Friday first at 7 p.m.. Opening sea-l
sioit of Young People's Band In Bap- J
, tist Church.   This Band for all child- j
ren.   Rev. J. P. Sinclair will tell   the
story of a "A Faithful London Newsboy."   Story will be Illustrated    by
beautiful lantern slides.
Singer Sowing machines lor family
use. took all the first prizes at the
San Francosco Fnir judged by experts.
They must he the best machine; for
sale ot the Singer store for five
dollars cash and $3.00 monthly. We
will lake your old machine iti part
payment,   Phone 157, 2-mly
At the Farmers' institute meeting
on Saturday it was decided to issue
an Invitation to Mr. MoKenzlo, Provincial range commissioner io attend
a meeting to be held in the Institute
rooms. The farmers hope to huvc au
address from Mr. McKetizie sonic lime
this winter. It Is expected that ilie
meeting will he largely attended as
the mutter of free-range has always
been a question of interest in the
: farmers.
»«.W.V.A. Dunce—A public dance
under the auspices of the G.W.V.A.
and Its L. A. will he held in the Parish Hall on Thursday evening, Jan.
28rd, Mrs. Bdmondson's 4-nieee orchestra will be In at en dance and re-1
freshments will be served. Dancing
from !U0 to 1.30. Come one. Come '
all! This Is an organization deserv-j
Ing of your support. Tickets may lie
had from any member of the I,, A. or
from Mr. Richardson at the Herald
office or Mr. Ashworth at the Imperial
Bank-
All who knew tbe late Mr. C R,
Sheppard will learn with regret of
his death which look place In Vancouver on Friday, January 10th. For
many years Mr. Sheppard was intimately connected with the Cranbrook
Poultry Association of which on different occasions he was President,
vice-president and secretary, He was
the means of bringing it to the highly
organized aud efficient condition
which it eventually attained. For
some time Mr. Sheppard bad been
poorly which rendered his migration
to the Coast necessary, but he did !
not long survive the change, Much
sympathy Is extended tu the widow
and only child of tlie late Mr. Sheppard.
('AMI OF THANKS
Mr. J. H. McLean and IMss Leuore
Little take this opportunity to express
their thanks to all those who so
greatly helped them during tha illness
death and burial of Mrs. J. H. McLean
as they very deeply appreciate their
kindness.
] of pleasure in presenting you
i this small gift as a slight token
anpreclatl >f tho  uever-falllng
mm wiih which you have render*
yum* duties as president ol our
lllary during Lhe posi three years,
leaving the chair yon not only
•e y ■ presidential duties behind;
I !
also
nl
jtie
ROYAL
YEAST
CAKES
MADE  IN.CANADA
r-ssftjm
nil
.Mrs.
lords
Sarvls in
expressed
Iters   with   imi
consideration.
a tew well choBen
npr/reciatlou ot
.im
un
ami Mrs. IJ;
COMIi-AYLIMlTEnl
k\ll\   I'ltl-sllVTI III IN t III IK II
Morning  mul
atlonnl  VIeelli
npbell
..it.i-.ii
oached, tlie menibc
humid [or home.
17th,
Re
iliiyni- will I
.-: BJ
IMITIVI'  I III III II
1,1 Mi It BUI STH V
(Section ill
im i
<■- mun'
pie's  Band.
Faithful l-on
i.lnv. Jan. 191
I   a. la.   -Dlvlri
■'Tin' Churoli
■1 noon   Chun
Class.
'.:!<>  p.m.—Rev
Blalrmore, A
memorial Bor
Fred Patton.
nrsday, Jan. S
ami
i— Subject,
nstrnctlon.'
and  Bible
will oi
Fur the
Up
lau. 23rd, s p.m.
IIowbIiIp  Meollng.
iv Urd in Hie lie i
Holiness".
(i.l.A. In
II. in' I..K.
INSTALL
OFI'ICEKS
Tlie drancl Iiu
in the Brothorh,
Engineers held i
latlon nf Offlcen
day evening, Jan
-nntlonul Aiixillnr;
al   ul'   Liii'iiiniitjvi
'ir annual "ltistal
meeting on Mon
lath.
■ i 1-4, the smiili Kail
Hi Wesl Ll. the N'ortl
in  Kast  1*4, tho Soul
i of lho s li Knsi l-i. tho
, i i ,,i ihe North Wc-i   1
i South  Wosl   1-4 of tho I
1-4 oi Lot 380| tlie Norll
i south Bum l-i ol tlie No
, the North Wesl 1-4 ol tli
1 1-4, lho Wesl I-'- of tin
III   and  the South  Wes
North  Kast  1-4 of Lol
North Kast 1-4 o
ul' Lol  341, all <i
District.
Anil   also   In   I
llillil  ]-■! hitch) i
District ni'iir
Indefeasible
No,  1201-T.
I'rpof in. \ I
lice <>i' the In
Nos. 7IHI-I nml
tticntliiniMl lands.
Jewish Colonl-nl
bearing   dale   t
1012,    and   1 til I.
Norlli Wesl
1-2 i.
Mi We
North I-
ip I. lv
uf Lot 0023, (Inn
id. as registered
s liiinlc Vol. I, Fol
been iilci
f Certlflo;
I2B1-I, to
ros|
loctlvoly
I
Primary and Kindergarten
school: Principal. Miss Rnin-
say. Burwell avenue, Por particulars phone 357. 2m.
VIliTilinu Wuwlcrs—All those jnr-
torested in organising a Dowtlng Lea-
j:uo are requested to meet nl the "Y"
on Saturday evening, Jan, isth. ot
S.Uo ulinrp.
The officers for the preseni year
nre: Mrs. .1. T. Sarvls, past president:
Mrs. J. Roy! liresidonl; Mrs, Archie
Cameron, vice-[ires.: Mrs. 0. M Barney, secy.; Mrs. I„ Owens, treasurer;
Mrs. T. S. QUI, Ills. Secy ; Mrs. T.
Drummond, chaplain; Mrs, K. Bar--
nil. guide; Mrs. D. Campbell, sentinel: Mrs. L. Louckes. muBlciau;
Mrs. A. 11. Johnson, crescent marshal!
Mrs. li. Murphy, star marshal!,
paring Hie evening the past president, Mrs. ,1. T. Sarvls was presented
witli a silver cake knife and the
following address; the piieseritatton
beine made by Mrs. T. Drummond:
sister Sarvis   it gives me n great
NOTICE nf my
expiration of oi
from the first  in
issue   III   till!   Slllll
Association fresh
imii   i
' Dcceiul
HEREBY
Intention
les of Title
Hi., above
mn    III   I lie
latlon, ami
ol    April
iilnr.   1012,
^ •
ailored
Clothing
Do you know that we can
make you a strictly HAND
TAILORED suit at a less
price than you will pay for
a special order, and we will
supply much better material
JUST COME IN AND SEE
SUITS
$45 to $65
I YE
lil in
Jewish
olonizatlo
>8 of Till,
i lieu t
el'son 1
. - r j. - ■
,f SUI
,1'tnali,
ertittr
reqil
nl    in
undersigned.
at  Hie Lund Re,
II. ('.. this  18th
riffle
of No
refo
TIHo Is
Willi   tilt?
Dated
Nelson.
ember, IMS.
K. S. STOKES,
District  lle'glslrnr ot Title
Dote  nf   first    Publication,   Not
duller 31st,  1II1S. 48-1
u
CARD OF THANKS
ll.
Felh Provenzano. and Mr. ami Mrs.
Frank Provenzano desire to thank
all their kind friends for all their
kindnesses during tho late Illness,
death ami funeral of Michelangelo
I'rovenzano, especially to those who !
contributed flowers. Mr. and Mrs. Jas.
Crlsofto, Mr. and Mrs. Joe He Laca,
Mr. and Mrs*. Joe. Atello. Mr. and Mrs.
I Al Rlsxutl, Mr. and Mrs. D. ("Urn, Mr.
, John  Bossto;  Mr, and Mrs. .7, Morro
I  with an mit'oiiun-j ■'ni* OttW*i ft'"0 to "lp P*1'1 bearers.
Rosa   Pascuzzo.   John   Bossto.   Panto
Tfred,0verworkedMothers
What You Need is Vinol
War conditions have made the demand upon a
mother's time and energy unlimited. In their zeal
to do all in their power for their loved ones, they
continually overwork and arc soon in a nervous,
run-down condition. Vinol, thc non-secret cod liver
and iron tonic, will build you up and make you
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
nl I uniiria Limited
Office, smelting and Refining Department
THAU.. BRITT3H COLUMBIA
SMIITKUS      4M»      REFINERS
Purchaser of Gold, Silver. Copper, Lead and Zinc (Ires.
Tnliitiuic Brand l'itr Lead, Blue.tone. Spelter and Copper
■'&■
iiiiliiir.
Bakln
H   ll.YlllOIlt    ,       ^^^^^^^
Mdtiiliiy nislit wlu'ii lip slliit nml fell.
fniiiiiriiiK his collar bona, lie is now
In the St. Bugons hospital and at Inst
iiiionnis was progressing favorably
HERE 13 PROOF
in 11
Hniu'rvnllo.  P,  Socco, .lop  Fozlo nml
Draslo Qalante,
OBITUARY
ollng will
niim. Jan.
A rinblli
Wodaowin:
ii.in.. in tin- ti W.V.A. rooms lo arrange lor the distribution ot the Xnins
cheer fnml. ah those interested will
please make it n duty to attend,
Sore Throat* Colds
Quickly Rtll«v«d ly Hamlin's
Wlxanl Oil
Hamlin's Wlxant Oil ia a itimnle
unti efloctlve t rent menl for sore
throat and client colds Usctl as a
gargle for sore throat n bum's quirk
rrliH Rubbed on i lie cheat »' will
oitcn looiftn up ;i hard, deep seated
cold ni one night
I!-m\ oftett sprniivi. bniisrs, cuts
intii luirin occur in every family, as
wall as little troubltil like earache,
toothache, cold sores, canker sores,
Mit1 neck, ami tired aclfhis feet.
Soothing, healing Wizard Oil will al-
wavs bring quick relief
Get it from drtiggistii for 50 cents.
11 nnt Satisfied return the bottle and
get your money back
Kver constipated or have sick
headache? lust try Wizard Liver
Whips, pleasant liule pink pills, 30
cents.   Guaranteed.
1*. K. Clark, in
recently arrived
taking up iiis r
Mra. Clark haa
hor » younger
Stnitl.
Fancy nnd
ins taught,
phono 404 01
Van Bran iii,
fo
1VU.,
from Vancouver, it»
is id on co in Hn' tiiy-
irrived and hae witli'
ilHtor.    Miss  Wanna
Ball-room Dano-
Vor  particulars
lui\   12S.      Mrs.
4fi-if
On Sunday evening al 7.80 in the
liapiint diurolt Uev, \v t. young or
Qlalrmore, Altn. will conduct Mom*
nriiil Sorvlco for tli- late Mr. Pred
I'litlnn. ti well known rosleh-nt of
crauhrook who died during tba flu
opldemlo al Prank. Alta,
j At tiio Farmeris' fnBtllUte on Snt-
' nrday nil Important step was taken In
j the matter of forming a Co-operative
im!     Mra.   J.   II.   McLean   IKiasod   away!
^)   at   her rosidencc  on   ITam-on   avenue
,._  on Saturday, Jan. llth.
Mrs,  McLean  lind  lieen  elck    and;
scarcely able to rci around for about
15   months,   during   the   last   three
months she won  practically confined ■
to her room.
Mrs.   McLean   came   to   Cranbrook
about  15 years ago from GaH,  Ont.,
Bit Eft Copeland Perry was brought up
by Stitilre John  Perry of Ounnville,
Out., and wns married to J. H. McLean I
of  Dunnvllle  Oct.   2-1,   1874.    There
were four of a family, three of whom j
nre still living.   The oltleiu, Samuel i
It., who lives now In Hlnton, West !
Virginia; Netle Henrietta, of Hdmon-
ton, and Kvelyn, of Port Dodge, Iowa;
Alice died at 4 years of age.    Mrs. '
McLean   was   brought   up   tn     the
MothodlBt Church and was a  sincere
Christen,
The funeral took place Tuesday to
Cranbrook cemetery, Rev. H. W. Lee i
Conducting the service. The pall- ;
bearers were:   Lester Clapp,    \V.  11
Whitman, Man.
"I suffered from a nervous,
down condition und loss of strt
■su ii waa hard for me to get oi
and do my work. After other .
Lines hud failed to help me Vir.i
stored my health and strength :
heartily recommend it to anyone
faring from a nervous, run-d
rondKion."—Mrs. It, M. Little.
ClevfUi-d, Ohio.
run- " I keen house for m> husband and
ngth | myself anu got intoaweak, run-down
Hind i condition, no strength, languid and no
ici'i- ] ambition. After doctoring for Hwhlle
I re- | and getting no better J tried Vinol
nd I and to my surprise It built me up and
"*■* 'strengthened my whole system.   It
is certainly a good tonic."— Mrs Wm.
D. Dnwann.
I.AMI   A(T
Cranhrook LhiuI Mlr-trlct—District of
V.hst Kootenay
Take notice that F, Harry Itymell,
of Kitchener, occupation Uihorur, Intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands;
—Commencing at a post planted nl
the BWlIhflflBt corner of lot :i.mi:! ;
thence ^f) chattis south; thence 20
chains west; thence lid chains north;
thence 20 chains east to place of commencement; containing 40 acres, ex
ceptlug the ft, C, Hoiitheru rin.it of
way. -
Harry Ityiuell,
Hated October 12th, 1I1IS.
Date nf first publication of this notice October 17th, 1018. 49-91
Organization, Tor this purpose six-'
teen members mtbficrlbed each $100
for tori shares al ten dollars per share,
To obtain n charter an additional '■
nine hundred dollars of capital will
be necessary and it is expected that
tin- nmount will be soon subscribed.
Wilson, W. E. Worden, Sam Shaw,
Win. Plowers and John Manning. Tlie
bereaved have (he sympathy of thc
-■viiole community In their loss.
Dunnvllle and Quit  papers  please
copy.
HIRST
PAINJXTERMINATP"
din-prepared awliu-i utnu-kx •-■ tiitmuUnklowhiio,HinUfta,
•pmlii«■ M-rc ttiruit und utlier pts-ii-ru] -lilmrnu.  par o*«r «u yean a
bhiliy frii-iid. D-m't-.*ii*eriiMBt-Liiviiinr«^war«l»««aboUtalB
tlwhmii.'.  HUBkntMlradiMM.
Atdmnlcr.tormwtHtU. WLXBt VLmAUftCfejfcwglgfcftggift
Your Bath
Ynu will find an Ivory Snap bath dif/errnt. Ivory
works up instantly into a thick, soft, copious lather
which spreads easily over the body and dries not dry
on thc skin. It rinses easily; no soap remains in the
pores. The body glows after the "drying off " but
docs not shine because there is no unsaponit'ied oil
in ivory. Your skin never smarts or burns after an
Ivory Soap bath. Instead, you have a feeling of
delightful exhilaration. An added advaphige of Ivory
in the bath is that it floats and is always within reach.
Ynu are not likely tu slip on it in yetting out of the tub.
IVORY SOAP pS m$S PURE
AfodV in the Pi octet J. (.amble factatUl at Hamilton, Canada       \;1l|l /,< j
jL THE  CRANBROOK  HERALD
THUKSDAY, JANUARY  16th,  1919
Local Overflow
pry Stove Wood- Phone Cranbrook
Trading Co,
Amateur printing and developing
turned out in ■!!. hours -Cranbrook
Drug and Book Co,
Mrs. W. Mackay and daughter Evelyn returned on Sunday from Calgary
wliere they were visiting friends.
Jonathan Apples, opting and cooking, best quality. (2.26 box.- t'ranbrook Trading Co.
Tbe number of ihe winning ticket
for ihe grapbaphone was 205. The
person holding this ticket can get the
graphaphonc on presentation "f same
ni thf Royal Pool Room, 1-31
Llstowol (Ont.) Standard Mr, J.
Haslam, Cranbrook, who is attending
Sehcol of Pharmacy nt Toronto spoilt
the Mew Vears holiday in lown tho
guest of Mr Marvin Down.
Carload of wheat straw arrived this
week |i.26 cwt.; also oat hay, oal
straw, alfalfa, prairie and timothy No,
1 quality, lowest price. Cranbrook
Trading Co.
The aim mil Congregational Meeting of Knox Presbyterian Church will
be held in the Church on Friday evening, January 17th, 1010, nt 3 o'clock.
Tha officers of the different church
organizations are requested to have
their reports ready to be presented al
this meeting,
White   Flour,  if  yon   want    white
bread get  some of our flour   just
received, Royal  Household, Robinhood  and  Pantry  Queen.—Cranhroolt
Trading Co.
The following accounts were passed
at the last meeting of the city council: Arnold, J. A., $106.60; Cranhrook
Herald Limited $112.10; cranhrook
Electric Light Co $203.46; City Transfer Co., $68,06; Cranbrook Sash &
Door $63.38; Cranbrook Meal Market
$2.00; Cranbrook Trading Co. $47.10;
Imperial nil Co. $17.43; Little & Atchison $0.70; Manning J. $0.20; McDonald & Nlsbet $57.00; McBride. J.
l>. $4.0(1; Nelson Dally News $5.72;
Pay Rolls—city officials $277.r,0, fire
department $;ilf..(-0. engineer's department $207.60, police department $335,
acliool $2891.88; Parks. F, $20.80;
Provincial Government $25.00; stamp
& Stencil Works $0.00; Wing Charlie
$1.60; Clarke & McFarlane $2.!".0;
Hanson Garage $858,70. Total $5,787.-
96.
Corn, $4.60 cwt, wheat $4.26, also
all other poultry feedH.—Cranbrook
Trading Co.
BIO SCItPltlSK TO MINV
IN CKAM1H00K
People are surprised, at the INSTANT action of simple buckthorn
hark, glycerine, etc'., as mixed In Ad-
ler-i-lui. ONE SPOONFUL Hushes the
ENTIRE bowl tract so completely It
relieves ANY CASE sour stomach, gas
or constipation and prevents appendicitis. Tlie INSTANT, pleasant action of Adh'i-i-kii surprises both doctors and patients, ll. removes foul
matter which poisoned your stomach
lor months.—Heattie-Murpliy Co., Ltd.
druggists.
WANT ADS.
TIIK STAR SECOND HAND STORE
1,1st  ul   Hamulus  this   Week.
I'lAN'OPOHTK —Xorilliulmer,   ralilnrl
grand, splendid condition; *2!lfi.
BICYCLE—In fine condltl  "20.
BUFFET—MlBBlon ouli, Slid.
SPLENDID  RANCH   OK   HEATERS
for conl nr wood; nil endup,
BRASS   BEDSTEAD   AMI   SPRING
complete, $20.
PIANO FOR SALE
CHEAP   ■   PHONE 9
IF Vol' IIAVK ANVTHING TO SIOLL
Phone !i; if you want to buy anything
Phone 0
| ANNUAL MEETING OF
TIIK WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
j The Women's institute he.d their
[anneal meeting on Tuesday .Ian. 7th,
fat the Parish Hill whicli was well attended. The President, Mrs. E, II. Leaman called the meeting to order, ox-
pressing her pleasure nl the joy of assembling once again after three months
of sickness and sorrow. After tho
adoption of the minutes of tlie last
regular meeting and tlie disposal of
various communication/* The presidenl
; addressed the meeting as follows:
Ladies and Fellow Members—1 must
say how pleased 1 am that we are all
unco more able lo meel together after
! the trying period of three months thru
j which we have passed since our last
meeting. Our deepest sympathy is extended to all who have been bereaved
during tlie recenl epidemic which
I caused so much sorrow and suffering
all over tlie continent. In our own Institute our hearts go out to Lhe relatives ul' tlie late Mr. and Mrs. FIndlay
Robson and their sisie«- the late Mrs.
Elliott We have cause to he thankful ihut Inis terrible war of lour and
.i hall .iars Is over wiln sunn a great
viator) m th'- Allies and while welcoming all ihe dear boys woo ar:- returning, lot us lint forget those whose loved
ones can never return. It must Indeed
be a heartbreaking time for them tn
nee others coming hack and know they
will never see tlieir own again ou thin
earth.
Coming back lo our own Institute I
am pleased to say we have Had another
very successful year in every way. As
the secretary-treasurer's report will
deal with the finances It is not necessary for me to go into that. Vou will
notice from the reports thai most of
tbe money has been spent Tor Hed
Cross work and you may think Unit
now the war is over there is no need
for further efforts. Hut tne Tied Cross
Society are asking tha* ail will continue for ni least another year, as
there are so many things needed iu
hospitals and also for the refugees of
tlie devastated areas. Therefore I
would ask all our members who have
worked so nobly for so many years to
still go on, whether knitting or sewing,
let us do our very best for those who
so badly need it.
We very much regret that Mr. Scott,
tlie deputy minister of agriculture, has
had to resign his position through ill
health during the past year. In Mr.
Scott we have lost a great friend; one
who was always ready to do whatever
he could for the Institutes throughout
B. C. and we trust that his well earned
rest will he most beneficial to his
health.
We also regret the  resignation  of
Mrs. James Johnston from the Advisory Board through her husDand's long
' illness and we hope tne time is not
' far  distant  when  she   will  again  be
: able to take an active part in Institute
j work.   I wish lo thank all for thc kind
support during the few months 1 have
presided at the meetings and I ask for
I a continuation of such help for   my
successor.   As I linve often said, a
President can do nothing alone, the
cooperation and help or each and every member Is essential.   I trust yon
will endeavour to make 11)19 a record
year.
The secretary then presented the
Director's report:—
Madam President and Ladles—During 1918 we held ten regular meetings
with an average attendance of 10.1.
and Ifi directors meetings with au
average attendance of six. Our meni-
bershin was 100 with one associate.
Jit January a child welfare exhibit
and baby clinic was licit! under the
direction of tho Uev. Hugh Dobson.
During the year we had many excellent addresses on important subjects
such as: 'The Conservation Problem'
by Mrs. McKowan; 'Domestic. Science
for Girls' by Mrs. Miles and 'Civics'
by Mrs. J. D. McDrlde. Ot such merit
were these that iltey have lieen published In the Agricultural Journal.
Miss Florence EJrickson'B paper in
February was much enjoyed, it vivid-
ly described her experiences In an
English Military hospital. 'Education
through Play' was another subject
splendidly handled by the Itev. Mr.
Pow in Octobor; an address by Mr. A.
B, Waits on the ever absorbing question 'What can we do for our returned soldiers?' The demonstrations
were:  War Menu08, Mesdames Miles
TO*OAV
mvhmlw? watt
in medicines, a.i in uvaiy cii-w
necessity, tho public is satUiled
with nothing but the best! This
explains the ever-Increasing demand
fur Zam-Huk. Not only ih thla
great balm the best household
remedy to-day, but lt Is also the
most economical.
Zam-Buk'a superiority ls duo to
the fact that lt Is all medicine, eon
talning nune of the coarse animal
fata or harsh mineral drugs found
In ordinary olnlmentB. Again, the
medicinal properties are ao highly
concentrated that they contain the j
maximum uruumit uf healing,sooth-
lug and antiseptic power, so thii a
little uf this balni goes a long way.
Another reason why Zam-Buk Ib
most economical, lt will keep In*
definitely and retain to the last its
strength and purity. Beet for slt.ii
dls u.-.'H , ml injuries, blood-poison-
Ing an I piles    All deulera, 50c, box,
Iffii-Buk
and Wilson; White Flour substitutes,
Mrs. tl. 11. Thompson; Vinegar Making, Mrs. McFarlane; and Candy
Making for Overseas, Mrs. Wolfer,
and all of educational value. In June
there wns a knitting competition with
a prize awarded. Special feature
meetings: Grandmothers' Day. Children's Day and Patriotic Day.
A delegation of members formed
part of the local Food Conservation
committee i.nd under their direction
ti successful series of \V?r Tine (.---•«>
ery by Misa Olive Hayes. T'i" Social
events were: Valentine Social. Whist
Drive and Dunce, Patriotic tot. and
the Flower Show in August. A successful tag day lu September netted
$177 spent In yurn and materials. At
Easier 'Jl pairs of socks wore sent to
members' relatives overseas   and    at
I Christmas 21 parcels were despatch- I
I ed to those on active service.
Mrs.   Burton   also   presented    the !
■ Treasurer's report, showing total re- j
. celpts $875.85, expenses $871.55. Mrs.!
McBurney certified that the accounts !
were an accurate statement.
Mrs, Drummond reported 48 Cook '
1 Books sold In 1918.
;     Mrs. J. S. Drake, librarian, men- I
! Honed that 21 new and modern vol-1
! urnes had been purchased.
Mrs. O. H. Thompson had taken in j
t over 300 pairs of socks with many i
! more yet to be turned in.
,    The following officers were elected '
; tor 1919:
!    President—Mrs. D. Campbell.
Vicc.-Pres.—Mrs. J. S. Brake.
I    Sec.-Treas.—Mrs. J. W. Burton.
|    Directors—Mrs. Fenton, Mrs. Bar- i
j rett and Miss Maystroe.
.METHODIST CMJRCH
11 a.m.—Divine Service.
12 to 1 p.m.—Sabbath School.
i    7.SO—Subject: "Why men do not go
to Church.
j    A hearty invitation to all.
WEAK
CMESTEO
PSOPLE
•nd elderly people particularly, who
are .so subject to ailment.* of the
b ea.hluc tubes and lungs, are fre-
|    cenfly  difficult   to   prescribe  for
!     owing to their frail  constitutions.
|    Fur all such people Pepa are the
t:..'e.H   remedy   for   coughs,   colds,
bron hit!n,  asthma,   etc.,  as  Peps
contain absolutely no harmful (tragi,
Mra. David Patrtouln of M .iti at all
Lake, N.S., writes:   "1   huve   Ju-i
been cured of a very bad cough hy
ti.u use nf peps.   As 1 am seventy
Ave years of age I  consider thin
cure ull the more remarkable.'1
For very young people, ton, Pepa
are just as good.   All dealers £.■«.
FORT   STEEL*.   ASSESSMENT
DISTRICT
For Sale—Cutler, also Baby Sleigh
nd Crib.—P. 0. Box 827. X-81
Wat lied - Underwood typewriter in
good condition. Must be cheap for
ensh.   Address Box 10. Herald.     Kit
Hm'WwV  rn^ii »^"wi-vV-««*-Vb'l»»-Vfr m»A"m*V|whH» *■ .-^<e«n^e» >>^w  \W^m iit^fc-w n^ft■e—^ft.jt
W. D. HILL'S Genuine
January Sacrifice Sale
-=WHI Commence-
Wednesday, January 15th
I/INDLY NOTE--We will give 25 p. c. off any article or
number of articles purchased, which means a saving
to you of one quarter off the regular price of every article
in our store. FOR INSTANCE for any article or number
of articles totaling $1.00 the price will be 75c.
We herewith quote a few prices which win govern th roughout
HOYS' AMD lillll.S- LACE OK 1HTTON SHOES, lines «
guarantoe: Regular Price fl.25 Now  toe
Regular Price $1.50, now 1*1.15   Keg. price "2.96, now »'iA'>
MISSES' BOX CAtF BOTTOM or Lace GUARANTEED SHOE
Hog. Price $3.06,  now »*3.0.*>     . Reg. Price $4.66, now W.SO
WOMEN'S IIOX CALF, Luce or Hull	
Regular Price, *4.7r», now   	
$3.1111
WOMEN'S ilKESS HIGH-TOP CALK OK KID SHOE:
Hep. Price J8.50, now KII.IHI     Reg. Price $10,511 now *".(K1
250 PAIR CHILD'S, MISSES' uud WOMEN'S SHOES to be
sold at HALE the Regular Selling Price.   These are lines
we arc discontinuing.
WOMEN'S LONDON LADY SHOE, High-Cut Ton: :
Reg. Price $.10.50. now t'.M    Reg. Price $12.50, row #».lll
FLANNELETTES, regularly sold at 22V.C will be lie
Flannelettes regularly sold at 30c will be  ii'ic
Flannelettes regularly sold at 35c will be   2o>
SILKS AMI SILK POPLINS—We have today the largest
stock of silks und silk poplins by the yard, In all shades,
In the Interior of British Columbia. These will be all
reduced '.',> Per Tent.
LADIES, MISSES AND CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR, the
PEERLESS Brand, in all sizes, In separate and combinations; all wool or port wool. WILL MEET WITH the
same reduction, namely 3>-» per cent off,
I.A OIKS' COATS. SKIRTS & 1-PIECE PRESSES,
And when we mention this line, IT IS A MNE
that must at once appeal to the lady of discriminating taste, each garment an Individual model: WIXTj BF. CARVED TO THE VERY ROSE:
WE QUOTE A FEW PRICES
IS.IMI COAT far   »1SA>
$85.0(1 COAT for   »1».J5
MM COAT for   H045
♦5-5.00 COAT for   WMS
tmM COAT for   HUM
LADIES ONE-PIECE DRESSES regular $12.50 for .. W.IHI
Ladies one-piece Dress In serge or silk poplin, regular
price $12.00 for .... MMMI    Regular $22.60 for .... $10,011
LADIES' SKIKTS, regular ..0.50 for   MM
Ladles Skirts ln silk, silk poplin, serge or tweed: regular
price $0.00 for   M.75
LADIES WAISTS, very latest from New York, having arrived but two weeks before Christmas:: Georgettes, Crepe
De Chine. Voiles and Delaines;  ALL will be sacrificed
in a like manner.   KINDLY NOTE that every garment Is
Ihe latest Fall nnd Mid-winter model.
"YE INTEND THIS TO BE OCR GREATEST SALE as we are hetter prepared than ever before to offer
prices that cannot hut appeal to the economic buyer. Almost every article In the store will he
sacrificed. Sale wfll commence on Wednesday, January 15th, at 10 o'clock, city time. Bring this
list with you. KIM.I.Y MITE that we will not sell One Dollar's worth on credit, nor will we ex*
change any nrllclc once it leaves the store.    Please don't ask us to break tills rule.
W. D. HILL
Notice Is hereby given that a Cotirl
of Revision and Appeal under the
provisions of the Taxation Act, and
the Public Schools Act. respecting the
Assessment Rolls of tlie Fori Steele
Assessment District for the year 101!).
n^b-" mfJif*gWjrggjU "^"w^^^iV1 w*/U jgVgggg^; "^ n^n^ »VW m*Ar
POR RENT—Modern Bungalow, For
particulars apply 0. Van Braam- phone
404, or P. O. Box 428. 50-tf.
WANTKTj at Once—Saleslady with
some knowledge of dry goods and
who is not afraid or work, tail at
the Herald Office.
For Sale—Circular saw and frame
and good leather belt. Can be seen at
Cfanbroob Trading Co. A bargain,
$60.—J. P. Oustafson, l-8t
Housekeeper Wanted—Middle aged
lady without children, good wage to
suitable person. Address Box A,
Herald Office. l-3t
"stove wooii
If! In. green blocks .1 Ins. to 12 ins.
thick, 8-ii ricks $6.60, Ordinary split
green ,V/> rinks $8,00. Other lengths
in proportion. Phono O. & Foolo,
Wycllffe line, between C ond 8 morning or evening. Free Telephone Service.
Lyceum Entertainment
Course
UNDER THE AUSPICES OK THE I. O. D. E.
Princess Catherine Radziwill
A noted Itussltin Princess who wns reared In the family
of Itiilziic. nlio wns .veil acquainted with tne Courl at
Herlln. who mis cousin of the late Archduchess ol Austria, whose murder mused (he Area! World War, will
lecture in(he
Presbyterian Church
CltAMIKOOK, 11. C.
On FRIDAY,January 24that 8p.m.
Iimi't miss It,   The Princess Ik nol only 11 Royal ■Yrsoi.-
msv I Ml I slir Ls a no'ml !■•< turn.
will he held at the Government Office'
at Cranbrook, B, 0., on Wednesday the \
10th day of February, 10l!t. at ten o'clock lu the forenoon, and at the Gov- j
eminent office at Fernie, 13. C, nn Fri-!
day the 2lst day of February, 191ft,1
at ten o'clock In the forenoon.
Dated at Cranbrook, IV C. this 7th
day or January, l.H...
A. It. MacDONALt),
Judge of the Court of Revision
several thousand acres of open grazing hind In the mountains adjoining*,
Which   will  be  availnhle  for many
years. The price of this land Is $36.00 j
per acre,  $2000.00 cash, balance ln
10 equal annual payments with In-
tereat at 7 per cent per annum.
For further particular* apply tn
PETER  I-UND,
81*41 Box 189, Lethbrldge.
r
1IAIKV RANCH Kim SAI.K
This ls un old place known as tin? |
Belanger Ranch adjoining ihe town
of Marysvllle, B. C. The North Star
Branch of the C. P. R. runs through
this properly. There is six hundred
acres In this truct, mostly under
fence; 125 acres cleared, plowed- levelled and ready for seeding either
to grain, timothy, alfalfa, potatoes or
other vegetable crops; 100 acres additional hind cleared and ready for
the plow. The improvements on tillsI
laud have cost $15000.00. Thc farm
buildings consist of a commodious
residence, large bam, hay shed, chicken houses, hog pens, root limine.
blacksmith's shop and gralnery. Water rights have been procured for Irrigating and the ditch partly built.
The property enjoys the advantage of
being within 15 minutes walk of the
town of Marysvllle, B.C., where there
1s a school, church, hotel, general
store, post office, police station and,
railway station. The Klmwrley Mines
und lumbering operations In tho vie-
lolly provide a ready market for all
kinds of farm producta.    There are
Rnw Furs
Wanted
Tapper* ,Fa.rn)er*.
It does not cost you anything to
Get Our Ct.«b Offer
un your furs. Express Lhemlous
WK-1,1, l'AV All, CHAKI1KS
ovor *i».oo valuation. Wo make
yon onr offer
AMI 1101,11 VOI'H FI'HM
for your reply, returning th«-n
AT OUR EXPENSE
If not purchased.   Try us
In Business Since 1888
Send for Price Usl.
Special price for Dark Martin
Mackay &Dippie
318 8th Avenue, telgtr-r, Alta
i
Smelter Investigation
NHTH'I. Is horcliy f-ivrn I lull lhe CoiiitiilMci'
appointed (or tho purpose nf Inquiry into thi' imhI-
ter of treatment ratc» i-harp-d liy CONSOLIDATE!!
MINIMI & SMELTING CO. OK CANADA, Mil., nt
Its THAU, HMKI.TI.il will hold a SESSION al the
Board of Trade Illinois. NELSON, nn Tuesday, 81st
January, 1018. at 11 awn. and, if necessary, on other
days to he arranged, fur the purpose of receiving
from shippers of ore to Trail or others directly concerned, any relevant statements of facts, and hearing- evidence In connection therewith. In the meantime, communications may lie addressed tn .lames
Anderson, Secretary, Kaslo, B. C.
S. S. FO-m.lt, Chairman,
IVAN OeliASHMlTTT
JAMES ANDERSON
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