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PROBINCUL LIBRARY
Apr. 1-1MI
CRANBROOK HERALD
VOLUME   tS
CRANBROOK, B.C., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2Srd, 1928
39
STAR
THEATRE
"PEG 0' MY HEART"
WITH LACRETTE TAYLOR, THE ORIGINAL
PEG, OF NEW YORK FAME.
COMING  FRIDAY AMI SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7 nud 8, "STRANGERS OF THE NIGHT."   ITS GREAT
Fri. C& Sat
Nov. 30th, Dec, 1st
Montana Teachers
Visit Cranbrook
SUBSTANTIAL PROCEEDS
HEWAUl) LADIES OF
ST. MARY'S CHUIUH
Spent  Friday Lust Here Look'
hig Over Routine and
Comparing' Systems
Friday, November Kith whs another
><l If li or day in ilit> history ot si. Mr-
I ry's Church, when tlio olTorts of tbo
ladies nr tho congregation wore row-
{RANBROOK MUSICAL
SOCIETY NOTES
Busy  nights aro In store for all
lomberB of tha Musical Society from
nlfil with iho knowledge Hml ono of now   on   until after chrUlmas,   so
'tli*1 moHi succossfiil bazaars   in   the strict attendance must ho made at ull
Friday last) Cranbrouk wus honored liistory of tho organization hus been practises.   A ballad con ton will be
by a visit from a delegation of pub- oarrlod through to the satisfaction or given about tho middle of December,
llo school teachers from tho American evorybody, tho exact date win lie announced later
neighbor town of Eureka, Moutana.1 Tlio K. P, Hall was tho scono or a sacred concert will be given on
lt was unfortunate that through some Uiolr activities and horo the lad lea hml Sunday evening, December 23rd.
mistake, advice that tho local author- arranged Lholr different booths for tho it is tho deslro or tho executive that
Itios were to havo received two weeks disposal or tho various commodities llio llrst concert which is to bo held)
ago did not materialise ami thoy were •"•' sulo. Prom Hie starl It looked in iho Auditorium should be one or the
consequently unaware of the propos- Hko an eight, o'clock bargain rush al greatest successes of the season and
0(1 visit to tho city. Coming hy cars,'Timothy's or a Got-to-det-Out sale, thoy aro very confident that with the
tho delegation, consisting of fourteen Everything wont, with tlie resull that united efforts of the different branch-
teachers, arrlvod Thursday evening approximately $1200 was realized. In es of the society, this will be attained,
at u time when the teachers wero in 'be evening a whist drive was,held, at The executive of the society are
attendance at the Parent-Teacher As- the conclusion of which Mayor Cum- now getting ready for un operatic per-
social ion meeting at the Y.M.C.A, It eron made tlio drawings for the priz- formance to take place in the early
was not until tho following morning tit!0*- donated by members of the emigre- purl of iho now year. Gilbert and Bul-
school that Miss Woodland knew ot nation. This resulted as follows: j Uvea's opera, "Trial Dy Jury" is the
tlie purport of tho visit, namely, to ltiL* $1000 cash, Mrs. II. Rdblcbaud;'choice and so it will be necessary for
study the system and raathed of teach- Snd, Beaded Purse, I). 1*. Morrison,
ing in British Columbia schools. Miss!Wycliffe; 3rd, Fancy bed spread, Mr,
Woodland at once afforded them ev-
IE DEBATE
, A. WALMNGKK .H.L.A.
SPEAKS THURSDAY LAST
(J. Martin; 4th, Accordion, ('. Quick,
Wycliffe; 5th, Parlor Curtain (three
pieces)  Loretlu Uulere; 6th, $5.00 in
ery possible facility under the circumstances.   Examinations   planned   for
tlie day were postponed in order that
the regular  routine work might bo
shown.   The teachers visited the various  rooms,  carefully studying the
methods and the nature ot the work
taught  in  the  different  grndes  and
making notes nf same.   The whole day
was spent in this manner between tbo
Central aud Manual training schools.
The delegation was in charge of Mr.
E. E. Price, supervised of schools for
Eureka, and was made up of the following teachers:   Misses II. .Albrecit,
0. Emnrd, M. Hoyt, B. Leay, H. Lee,
R. McCleland, O. Miller. F. Rogers,
G. Rojan, L. Whllt and Mr. B. V. Lee.jest.   Mr
In conversation with a Herald rep- Mackey.
resentative the supervisor expressed!    Camisoles — Mrs. i>. C. Ryan,
ills pleasure at the courtesy extended'Hurry Doris, Miss V. Santo.
them by Miss Woodland in placing thej    Fish Pond— Mrs. J. Conroy. Miss M.
school at their disposal for examine-1 Moll, Miss Olive Ryde.
tlon.   He was sorry thnt the intended-    Orange Tree — Mrs. Morrn.
advice as to their coming had not beetti   woollen Goods — Mrs. It. A. Fyfe,
nil to keep up their practising to the
fullest extent, not only at the hall hut
at home.
There are still vacancies in all branches of the soci ty and it would be
gold, Mrs. UP. Sullivan; 7th, Electric appreciated If every member would
Lump, Joe Bernard, Bull River; 8th,' bring a new member for the next prac-
Hand Painted Cushion,    J. Turnley; Use.
9th, 510.00 in gold, G. Foglin. Wycliffe.  *-*-.	
A  cake was won be  Mrs.  Margaret-A.XNUAL MEETING OF
Cox. and a lady's handbag by Mrs. F.
Qodderls,
Those responsible Tor tho various
booths were:
Fancy Work — Mrs. R. J. Collins,
Mrs. J.. Jackson, Mrs. J. Brail lt.
Aprons — Mrs. P. Farreli, Mrs. E*
C, Smith.
Home Cooking — Mra. W. S. Santo.
Mrs. T. c. Armstrong; Mrs. J. A. Gen-
j. E, Kennedy,   Mrs. 3. S.
CURLERS HEM) OX
TUESDAY EVENING
Mrs.
given. Ho felt Hint the comparison ot
the two systems had been a very profitable one, there being many excellent points here that they could well
copy. At the same time there were
others in theirs that tliey preferred.
Time did not permit of a detailed comparison as to subjects. The superior
discipline of our school impressed him
(Continued on Pm* .«*•.
J. s.
Mrs. X. A, Walllngor,   Mri
Mackej'.
Candy Tabl
Mrs.  W.   Leonard.
Tea Table — Mrs. C
Mrs. c. B. Garrett, Mrs
Mrs  B. Lodge, Mrs. H, Daniel.
Serving — Tlio Misses Carson Mr
Quafd, A. Walllnger. Jean Walllnger
Mrs. P. J. Smith,
1 On Tuesday evening tho annual
I meeting of the Curling Club was hold
at the city hul! when u large number
or enthusiastic curlers wore in attendance. Several matters of importance were discussed, and everything
points to ii veiy successful year.
The election of ofllceis resulted as
fellows:
Hon. Presidents    V. Hyde Halter
Dr. F. W. Green
President    tl Hogarth
Vice-Pres. ... Dr. O. E. L. MacKinnon
Sec.-Treas  E.   II. McPhee
Executive   W. P. Cameron und
F, M.  MacPherson
ice Committee A. C, BowneeB, T.
Brown. E. II. McPhee
Chaplain     Rev. F.  V. Harrison
Tolleif Oillcial Umpire  T. M. Roberts
Doolin. * —
Miss Worthington, Norma Walllnger,
Cards — Mrs. it. J. Collins.
Treasurer — Mis.-- Delia Drummond
VIEW OF ROOSEVELT SCHOOL, EUREKA, MONT.. WHOSE TEACHERS VISITED HERE
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Claims .Mining Industry In District Has Not Prospered and
harming lias Suffered
View „r iho main building nt tho schooli of EureKa, Mont, whose teaching Halt of twelve and the   *u-
nerviilng principal  United Cranbrook on Priday Iturt.    Tholr cln»*m In the grammar grade, average only 25
tho onrolnioni being abpul three hundred.    Sub'ool* In tho various grade* aro tnuRht Bimultan-
lupervlstng principal who draw nol teach any riiw. himself.
puptli
cottily
aohi
ind thn
le
Native Sons
Form Lodge
Hnvomen, would Give to Born
CnmiiUiiilM IHnirn- Pint til
Niiiitniul Consciousness
Wednesday evening ;i mooting wus
held ut llu* K, P. Hull for the purpose
of organising a local branch Of the
Native Sous of Canadu. About fifty citizens who claimed Canadu ns thetr
birthplace being iu attendance. Mr.
J. 0, Dortnan, of Vancouver, wlio was
present with credentials from the
Grand Lodge at Victoria, on the In
vitation of the meeting, noted as chairman. He gave un outline of the nlins
und objects of tho new organ 1 /.atIons
which although only started In Vic
toriu ln 11)22, has already twenty-two
brandies ill British Columbia. A list
of names of members ot the Vancouver, Viutoriu and other lodges, was
reud, showing Hint the most prominent lenders both In political, business
and professional life.were ulso actively Interested ln the organization. After several speakers had urged tho advisability ot forming a branch here,
the meeting proceeded with the election of officers, the following being
appointed:
ry
President ... Dr. ti. B. l- MacKinnon
1st. Vice Pree  John Taylor
2nd Vlco Ppw     ...Vi"  Bowness
. Jim Martin
. ,i ,\. Genet!
\v. s. Banto
11. Ferguson
   W. Kny
W. M. Harris
....  R. Poller
Treasurer 	
Chaplain 	
Sergeniit-ut-Arms
inside Guardian, -
Outside Guardian ■
Historian 	
The newly elected olllcers wero then
assigned their places, and matters
pertaining to the starting of the new
lodge were taken up. Meetings will
be held at least onco a month, the
next to be on the first Wednesday in
December, the place to bo arranged.
A member of the grand lodge will
install the olllcers In the new lodge
here.
Short speeches were mndo by the
newly elected olllcers and others, signifying their pleasure in the formation
of such a body. Reasons for the ex-
latence of such a body were advanced, and objects worthy of being striven for were suggested, these being
briefly summarized In the hitpe lhat
through tho expenditure of thought,
time and labor, the heritage of their
children might be something worth
whllo, nnd that Canada may be a hotter country for having the lodge.
J. A. Genes!, who claimed he could
trace bis parentage back n hundred
and fifty years wss proud lo bo able
to meet with Canadian* having for
i (Continued oa Page Vivo)
Coming Events
(Special Press Gallery Correspondent
to the Herald)
Victoria, Nov. 17.—Prosperity signs
are not shining any too brightly In the
Cranbrook riding according to Mr. N.
A. Walllnger, who spoke on the debate
on tho speech from the throne in the
Legislature last Thursday. Cran-
brook's member failed to see the
claims advanced by the Oliver administration, stating that the farming and
mining interests were suffering from
lack of government assistance and
encouragement. Mr. Walllnger was
critical of the alleged efforts of the
government to aid the cultivator of
the soil and the digger of hidden
wealth. Conditions were perhaps not
aa bad as they might ho but the present situation redounded credit ou the
individual settlers and miners rather
than with the Oliver regime nt Victoria.
Makes Good Impression
Mr. Walllnger covered a wide field
during his speech and made a good
Impression lu the House. He will
probably be heard from again during
the debate on tho budget while his
name frequently appears on the Votes
of Proceedings ln tlie role ot a questioner,
Mr. Walllnger stated that having
resided in the Cranbrook district during the past 36 years and having seen
many changes, ft wub impossible for
him to congratulate the government
on tlie results of Its administration in
lifs district in any department. Cran-
brook's progress was due to private
effort and not to government assistance. There were fewer farmers
than 10 years ago and those that are
left, with the exception of the reef-
dents near the Sullivan mine at Kimberley, nre gradually losing hope and
drifting away and no one' Is taking
their place. It has not been a question of selling but ot getting out, declared Crauhrdok's member, who
stated that an appalling state of affairs existed in tbe interior owing to
lack of encouragement on the part of
the government nnd he asked the minister of agriculture, Hon. E. D. Barrow whether these were the "misfits
and Ineapables who had been threatened with deportation."
Echoes of liy*Flection
Proper assistance to these setters
would redound to the credit of the
province far more than that of catering to the tourist traffic which Col.
Fred Lister, member for Kaslo, had
stated previously In the debate, was
becoming au obsession, went on Mr.
Walllnger, who asked for the schemes
for the draining of tiie marsh, west
of Cranbrook and the irrigating of St.
Marys prairie. Both of these schemes
lie claimed were to benefit the farmers nud wero advocated by bis opponent, Mr. Taylor, during the recent
by-election.
Turning his attention to the mining
Industry, which had been described ln
the King's speech as being In a most
flourishing condition, Mr. Walllnger
OBITUARY
MRS. M. O. TKOMHI.KV
On Tuesday last there passed away
at the home of her daughter, Mrs. M.
B. Egan, Armstrong Avenue, Mrs.
Mary O'Brien Trombley. reliel 11 the
late Edward Trombley. The late Mrs.
Trombley was tbe daughter of Andrew
and Hannah O'Brien, of Belleville. Out.
Sho was married to Edward Trombley
on November 2nd, 1861, Leaving the
east about thirty yeara ugo, the family
first settled at ManUtlque, Michigan,
wliere In 1900 Mr. Trombley died.
About fifteen years ago iho family
came west, to Creston. Soon after hor
arrival there the deceased had the
misfortune to sJlp on the Ice and
fracture a limb, since which time she
bus been an invalid. She has been a
resident of Cranbrook for the lust
e'ght years.
Passing away peacefully nn Tues
day, at the ago of eighty years and six
months, tlie deceased concluded a life
of christian devotion beautiful to recollect. Her losses and suffering had
not caused the least swerving in her
faith, and when the time came for her
to go she was ready and waiting, regretting only the parting with her
dear ones and those whom in hor hours
of trouble had been so good to her.
Those or her (own faith believe that
death to her was but the passing to a
happier home beyond.
She leaves to mourn her loss many
who were pleased to count her a
friend. Always of a cheerful disposition she liked the association of the
young people, all ' knowing her as
grandma". Besides Mrs. M. E, Egan
with whom she has always made her
home, there are left, Simon Edgar,, of
SIbald, Alberta, who waB here with bis
mother for five weeks this summer,
and unotther son, Charles of Calgary,
to mourn tbe loss of a loving mother.
Many beautiful floral offerings
were received including the following:
Mrs. Carmen and Phil Briggs.
Bpray; Mr. and Mrs. Badham, spray;
Miss Delphlne Bennett, -spray; Mr.
and Mrs. J. Conroy, spray; Kootenay
Telephone Lines, wreath; Mr. and
Mrs. K. Brunch, spray; Mr. and MrH.
John Healey, spray; Dr. and Mrs.
Miles, spray; Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Dun-
lop, spray; Mrs. A. R. Webster, spray;
Mr. aud Mrs. Joe Jackson, spray; Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Qodderls. spray; Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Leclerc. spray; Mr.
and Mrs. J. Brault, spray.
Spiritual offerings were tendered
by the following:
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Harrison. Miss
Jessie Ho, Mrs. C. Knocke, Mr. nnd
Mrs. P. Farreli, Mr. aud Mrs. J. P.
Smith, Mrs Helen Fyfe, Mr. and MrB.
It. J. Collins, Mrs. Dupont and Mrs.
Klmpton, MrB. L. Paquette, Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Genest and Mr. and Mrs. J.
Kennedy
MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS GATHER AROUND
BASQUE!1 TABLE
C.G.I.T.   Girls   and    Workers
Knjoy Menu und Hear II dp-
t'ul Addresses
questioned tlie right of the government in claiming that its efforts bad
proved successful in advancing such
progress. Here again Individual effort
rather than government assistance
had placed the Industry where it was
today. Taxation and silly amendments,
restrictions and additions to the statutes governing mining that the present government had foisted on the
(Continued on Page Biz.
On Saturday evening at six o'clock
Cranbrook'a lirst Mother and Daughter  banquet   was held   iu   tho  Sunday
school room of the Methodist church.
The rooms were prettily decorated for
tho occasion. About seventy-live
mothers and daughters sut down io
the repast, served by several of the
mothers. In the past the fathers ami
sous have become famous for the full
justice done to the eatables provided,
The mothers and daughters on Saturday evening demonstrated that they
also appreciated ihe sumo good things
which they have been providii
lhe opposite sex.
After a hearty hour together at tho
tables, a splendid program wa
ried out.
Mrs. Conslantlne, leader of the Baptist group of C.O.I.T. girls, was i
mistress. The C.G.l.T. grace had
said at the first of the evening. Songs
were also sung during the courses
then the following toasts were pro-
pMJed and ably responded to:
The King      Mrs   Coustantinc
Our Mothers   Donna Argue
Mrs. II. A. McKowan
Recitation     My Mother
Jean Flett
Solo       "Mother"
Ixniise Robertson
Recitation       Selected
Doris Baynes
Our Oirls    Mrs. MacFarlane
Miss B. N. Sine
The Sunday School  Nellie Lewis
Mrs. MacKay
Tuxis Boys and Trail
Rangers     I^eona Gough
Jimmie Johnson
C.G.l.T Mrs. Haynes
Miss Fountain
Songs were sung and the C.G.l.T.
yells given.
This   urogram   was   exceptionally
well  rendered.    All  of the speech
were helpful, that or Mrs.  McKowan
touching    an    especially    responsive
note. ' /
Jimmie Johnson, the only young
man present, made his reply in a
humorous vein, striking a happy
thought which quite captivated the
mothers and daughters.
Miss Fountain. C.G.l.T. organiser
for the province, gave a splendid address which will be remembered for
a long time by all present.
Much credit Is due Mrs. Constantino
and Miss Sing, group leaders In the
Baptist and Methodist churches, for
the success of the occasion.
It is hoped that from time to time
the mothers and daughters will follow
the example of the fathers and sons,
and get together again for this most
helpful type of entertainment.
Esling Makes
Notable Speach
Considers   Change   in   P.G.E.
Management Shows Former
incompetency Proved
(Special to the Herald)
Victoria, .Nov 17.—In the debute in
reply to tlie Lieutenant Governor's
speech. W. K. Esling. Kossland's member was on lhe floor for nearly two
hours, while he pleaded for the complete abolition, instead of a mere re-
ductlon of the personal property tax
and urged tbe government's consideration of a reduction at least, on the
amusement tax, and the complete
abolition of thai tax in so far as it
related to amateurs. He said the people of British Columbia had little
cause to laugh under the present
burden of taxation, but if they did,
ihey were penalised. He said tho
tax insofar as amateur sports and
amusements went, brought bul little
revenue to lhe government, while it
meant a great deal to the associations
iii small communities, which ure trying lo encourage tbe younger element
tu clean and healthful recreation.
The speaker said he was glad to
know that it was the government's
Intention to reduce the land tax.
which had doubled a few years ago.
He deprecated the taxation of fruit
trees and thought the man who cleared an acre of ground or planted trees
should be bottttned instead of taxed.
Mr. Esling criticized the employment of the so-called stool pigeon in
connection with the administration of
the liquor act. He said the duty of a
police officer was to prevent infractions of the law, while that of a stool
pipeon was to encourage it. Mr. Es-
lir.g pointed out the injustice of the
punishment in these cases, while the
very .same offences were legalized by
the exchange ot allumlnum chips in
the beer clubs of the coast.
"In the halcyon days Rosslaud's
population of 7000 people incurred a
bonded debt of about I2SW.D0D, which
was left as a legacy to the present
...immunity of 2000 people to pav",
said Mr. Esling. They have done so,
and next year will see Rossland in
I better  financial  shape,  perhaps  than
I any community of its size in B.C.
Its only debt will be $45,(100 in connection with the new $100,000 school
I building and tbe extension of tbe
: water system. More modern methods and new processes have justified
a renewal of operations in the Ross-
land mines. There are SO miles of
underground workings, each mile Of
which has yielded a million dollars,
and Rossland has paid into the provincial treasury approximately $800.-
000 by way of a two per cent tax.
The   Rowland   member   urged   the
COMIXi  EVENTS  (Continued'
Tuesday, Nov. :■": Visit of Grand President to Maple Leaf Rebekali Ijodge,
No. 19.
Thurs. Fri. & Sat. Nov. 29, 30, and
Dec, l.—Rotary Club Minstrels in
the Auditorium.  The show of shows
.*on't Miss It.
Thursday, Nov. 29: Voting on Rlnlc
By-Law at City Hull, from 10 a.m.
to 8 p.m.
Wed. & Thurs.. Nov. 28 & 29: Viola
Dnnn In "The $5.00 Baby" at the
Star..
Frl. & Snt.. Nov. HO & Dec. 1: "Peg O'
My Henri," featuring Lauretta Tny
lor, at the Star.
Wednesday. December 5: Pariah Hall
Whist Drive and Dance,
Friday, Dec. 7:—Sullivan I*odge I.O.
O.F. First Annual Banquet ami
dunce nt Kimberley.
Saturday, December 8: Knox Church
Ladles' Aid annual sale of work and
Mon.-Tuoaday,   Not. 2fi ft 27:    Mary'    tattar _
PhUMn lu "Where la This Went" at Tuesday, Dec. SRtli. -(Tirlslmas Night
Ue Mar. Dun at tha Anittorlem
Tho events noted below are those
for which paid advertising appears In
this issue, or for which printing work
has been done In thla office.
Saturday, Nov. 24:— Methodist church
bazaar.
Saturday, Nov. 24: General meeting
of G. W. V. A. at Club Rooms.
Frl. fe Sat. Nov. 23 ft 24—Harold
Lloyd In a big Comedy special,
"Why Worry," nt tht Star.
Sunduy Nov. 26:—First Anniversary
services at Kimberley Methodist
church nt 7.30 p.m.
Monday, Nov. 26:—Provincial Party
Meeting lu the K.P. hall. Dr. J. W.
Mcintosh und Mr. F. DoTsey will
speak.
RECREATION CLUB
NOTES
The drive for membership for the
R creation Club which started lost
week Is still going strong with good
results. More members are needed,
however, to assure the continued success of the Club. In another column
reference ia made to the fact that at
Eureka. Mont., a place uot as large aa
Cranbrook, the schools there have
each a gymnasium, which necessarily
meant a large capital outlay, as well
j completion    of   the   trans-provincial
Mra. Archie  Leltch  and  little  son highway by the most expeditious and
left the    hospital    on    Sunday    last   economical   route.     He   thought   the
to return home. excuse aboul making further fnvesti-
_ Igation was hardly acceptable, because
The annual bazaar and wale of work|tne government has four complete re-
held   by   the ladies of Christ Church ports OB four different routes in sup-
took place this week ou  Wednesday 'Continued on Page Spven'
at the Parish hall, and that ■'f"*rn^"nl
there waa a busy scene up the goods! was soon exhausted. In addition there
on sale at the various stalls changed!were tables wfth dolls and .scrap
hands. It i, stated that the proceeds books, and a superfluity table that
will amouni to about ti2'>. There bore a variety of article*, Tea was
were the customary work tables,!also served, the Scouts of the church
cookery and candy booths and the-assisting the ladies who had charge
ever-popular fish pond was so well of this most essential part nf the af-
patronized  that  its  supply  of  prizes ternoon's effort.
I November 21st, 1918: Surrender of the
♦ German High Seas Fleet to
| Admiral Lord Beatty
By H. F. Helmslng, Lieut: RN.V.R.' Down through the long sea lane,
■-■-■ I Cardiff, a British light cruiser, com-
Plve years ago to-day the greatest, manded by Admiral Sir It. Tyrwhltt.
event In history was effected. The! led. like a whipped dog on the lead,
eurrender of the entire sea strength ths entire naval strength of Germany,
of the German Empire, tn AdmiralI the breech locks off their guns and
Lord Beatty, his officers and men.       |0nly skeleton crewe aboard each ship.
Only two years previously, on May, Meek)v |hey mmtfa tt||r IeadeP
31at., 1916, at Jutland, had the German
fleet come out, hoping to whip and
ns a continual expense for mainten-' destroy the British battle cruisers,
ance.    That a child who is healthy in then under   the   command of   Lord
body will also be better in mind ls an
undisputed fact. Why not see to lt
that your child gets the exercise they
need, and lend your financial support
to this worthy cause?
The Club Is planning another dance
In the near future.
•—
Badminton Is going to be a big success this winter.
The rink Is being flooded, and there
will be special privileges to members.
There will be a meeting of the Club
on Monday next.
Business Girls' class will start the
first of necsssbor.
towards the shores of Scotland, humbly keeping their positions. And so the
great fleet of ships, vlctorB and vanquished, neared the shores of tbe
British Isles, whose fleets have made
history In all the seven seas,
Beatty, and then possibly to turn
round on the Grand Fleet, under 1-rfird
Jelllcoe, but now, whal a different picture we have. | The flnftI R,aKe8 of th8 *cene were
Cleared for action, with gun crews P'11)'"1 aI sun8et- when slr DftT,d
at their stations and torpedo tubes Hentty signalled to the fleet, the never-
cleared, the huge British Grand Fleet, to-be-forgotten signal. "At sunset to-
the greatest fleet Lhe world lies ever day, the German ensign will be hauled
known, began to get under weigh in down, and never raised again without
the dark hours before dawn on No- permission."
vember 21st., 1918. As soon as they Such were the last days of the Ger-
were clear of the Firth or Forth, the man navy. It rose in 20 years to the
ships were formed Into two long lines position of the second naval power;
with Sir David Beatty, the Commander tough! a long wnr and disgraced every
-In-Chief, flying his ting In (he Queen tradition of the seas, then ln a few
port of which Mr. Baling read from days It disappeared, covering Itself
Elisabeth, leading one tine, and l.ion with ahume.    "How are the mighty
' line.
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THR   CRANBROOK   HERALD
Friday, November 28r,l, 1»23
IIMbodist Cburcb
REV. P. C. FREEMAN,
l'aslor
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER io
11 a.m. Subject: "Two Spoiled  Buys"
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PASTOR W. T. TAPBCOTT
SIMIAV.  NOVEMBER io
ll n.iM. Subject:
"The 'linil "i Tlm Mn-irr"
12 noon Sunday Scliool
T.:m  livening Service
riic 'li'iinlnc oi' Hit1 Passover"
IIIIKS MIT I•'AVtllt Till: lil.NK
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Cruubrook, Iii'.,
Nov. 21,  IDS
i mo Btilllcout
especlod Jour-
briefly us possible
aerat, uml pur-
llwilioll  ot tlio
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the I'lly elec-
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DENTIST
OFFICE HOURS
> U> 11 a.m.     1 to I p.m.
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I.AMI SCHEMES OF
ll.C. GOVERNMENT
IMIOVE VKIIV COSTLY
Cosl m' Irrigating nml Reclaiming Land Seems Ullerly
I'rohililtive
I.OI)«B8 AND SOCIETIES
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meeti ln the
O. W.V. A. Hall
afternoon of the
Bret Tuesday at
8 p.m.
All ladles are
cordially fBTlted
Prosldenti Mri, F. ConstantJne.
See.-Treasuren  Mrs. 8. Tnjlur.
I. O. 0. t.
KEY CITV LODGE, No. it
Meets every
.Monday night at
(The Auditorium
Sojourning Odd Fellows are cordially Invited.
N. O.      -      -     R. L. Burtch
Rec. Sec.    G. O. Ulngley, P.O.
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Knights of Columbus!.
(Special in tin- Herald)
Victoria, Nov, 18—Another dyking
scheme 1ms gone wrong,   Such schemes have become a hubtt in British
CoUimbla    and    may nut cause any
grunt amount of surprise but for the
tact thai Borne day and this not iu tlie
distant future, the Ioxcb will be rate-
ed loomed such mistakes as have been
emitted bj  the Oliver administration
in recent years.   Tho latest one is the
South    Okanagan    Irrigation scheme
which wus originally Intended to cosl
$1)35,000, according to estimates computed liy William Young, an employee
he  government,    Tho  engineer,
iias been in charge of the work
Lhe last three years, wns even
r, his tlguro first reading $615,-
i was regarded by those
district as being too con*
Now the details aro be-
ime mil.   To date a total
hus been expended on
ie scheme ami the end is not yet.
i the 18,000 acres of land estimated
i be within the Irrigation district,
niy 1662 are at present receiving as*
stance In tlie way of water.   The en-
iii iiiii-
ng the
alive.
inu ui ci
12,947.071
will meet ln the
KNIGHTS Ol? PYTHIAS
HALL
EVKHY THIKD SUNDAY,
st » p.m*
dollar:
ever li
"We
will I
li   Pa
oxpi
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CranbroV. Cottaje Hospital
(Licensed by Prov. Govt.)
Maternity and General Nursing
Terms Moderate
MBS. A. CttAWFOBD,  Matron.
Garden Avenue      -   PhOUS 259
L.
D. OAFE
(Llltle Dmenport)
When
you wish something good
to
eat go to the "L.D."
OIK
PRICKS    ABE    RIQIIT
i scheme  promises to ongull minis  nr  trom  four in six  million
a  before ii   is completed—If it
. completed.
know not Whal the morrow
trlug forth," answered Hon, T,
ttullo, minister of land:-), to a
im tlio cost and lhe possibility
province having to assume the
ie of tho work, made by j. W.
South Okanagan,   The Bcheme
aes ti* lie a  lasting "iiioiiiiiueni" i
1 tn Mr. I'nMiiiiii who, two years ago,'I
painted a rosy picture of the value of
the project and how it wns going to
bo constructed within lhe estimate,
Mr, PattUllO lias a long way to go to
I catch up with Hun. K. H. Barrow on
such costly blunders, The minister
of agriculture ims a few to hts credit
las wiiii.'ns Die Creston area at rump
Utter, the Mervllle soldier sottlomont
ton Vancouver Island, the purchase of
tlir Christian ranch near Kelowna nnd
I better still, the Sumas sohame which
{litis eaten up $.i,uou.uou uml like
Johnny Walker, is "going strong" in
I tiu> way of money.
kicularly I
i taxpayers ol Cranl
By-law coming bet
torn, November 20th, ult.
j ii is generally acknowledged thnt
I in Mils year of L923 we have seen ti
I much desired awukenlug amongst Hit.'
ratepayers In municipal affairs. There
has been u thorough thrashing out of
all questions which from tlmo to time
came up for discussoh in the Council
chambers; keen opposition and criticism has invariably been the case
and this is all to the good. Certain
members ol tli" city Council came out
prominently lu advocating stricter
economy, far closer attention lo detail connected with miscellaneous
expenditure and to secure- un all round
olllolency, The loose manner In which
the elty udmlnlstratlou had gradually
drifted into needed tightening up in
lhe worst possible way. It was a
common fact that very little supervision was erlsting prior to 1923 with
the natural result that money was
being siiitaiidereil away by wasteful,
extravagant methods which 1ms placed us iii the unenviable position of
having a 51 mill rate and it would be
neur tbe mark In staling that Cranbrook Is probably the most expensive
city ror any property owner or householder to reside iu.
1 venture to express the opinion
that tho present council litis done full
justice und redeemed all promises tu
tlie letter when many of them promised lo curb useless expendture und
promote a sound businesslike administration. Even our most caustic
critics candidly admit that greater uc-
tivlty und genuine interest bus been
displayed to a greater degree by the
administrative staff than hitherto
shown in previous years, ll is so tip
parent lo the naked eye as one tru
verses through the highways and byways of our city and observes the
many boulevards trimmed into shape
The systematic manner in which the
roads have been kept iu good cottdl
tlon; tho attention our very Important
water system has received by tho
constant renewals made and the
numerable leakages dosed up nnd
also adjusting of sewer connections
which for many years have been wantonly   neglected,  all   go   to  prove  the
truth of this assertion, lt would have
Iieen an agreeable surprise for any
ratepayer to pay a visit lo the city
disposal works and lake note of the
volume of work rendered there and
iho splendid way in which it now
functions. Prom a hygonic point of
view the disposal works at the beginning of tho year was anything but
satisfactory. Again ono cannot ncsl-
Lato to express the opinion that the
present council were fully justified]
in assuming the responslbllty of experimenting wiih oil upon the main
streets, how it litis proven such a pro-:
iiounced success, it is now merely a
mutter or continuation and extension,
insofar an 11 nance will permit.
In exercising due caution, notwithstanding undue pressure from Certain
quarters- by ths avoidance of a costly
experiment of building a swimming
nooi ui the park it is now generally
nr
conceded thai Iho council look n very
wise course when oiher urgent matters of n public nature needed attention in the worst way. I'or all these
long years the members of our fire
brigade have been deprived ot the ordinary comforts und conveniences of
modem life. As soon aa this unsatisfactory state of affairs wns known in
ibis year's council they Immediately
This year, working under identical
conditons we manage to get along
J] equally as well with ono electrician
3 and one other to read meters, with
oiher duties combined, Mussolini
struck terror into the slack Italian
civil service when he Insisted that all
officials and servants should attend at
their offices punctually, instead of
two hours late, which seems to have
heen tho usual thing in Rome. Doing
as Home does seems to have been the
order of things in Cranbrook. Too
many with light duties to perform
were battening upon tho ratepayers'
hanking account In this city.
Tiie question of Ihe moment Is, what
is io he tlte attitude nf ihe taxpayers
io the By-law culling for unotther
expenditure of $u,000? How does this
clly stand Ilnanelally? A careful par-
iihuI of our yearly financial statement
is both Illuminating and instructive.
Tills is what we find. The lotul amount of money this oily has borrowed
amounts to $in:v,.,uo. What bus been
ropa'd since ihe city was Incorporated?
Only $124,080.96, leaving an outstanding debt of $388,619.05 and the interest paid onl annually ou this debt is
something like $28,200 uml apart from
this we have to provide u sinking
fund. Above all this there is u
$20,000 loan for water system and $10,-
Citmp In  Die wouiit. fnr iporlimrn  ami  Imirixf«.
Csnadian Pacific Bungalow Cump near Kenora. Lake of the Woods. This cump wiih two others, one nt
• French River and the oilier at Niplgon, wliere recently opened and thoy have provide,! a neve' and
most desirable moans of tourisi accommodation, In the heart of the best fishing countries on the continent
they provide in addition to the comforts Usually round in country hotels, quietude and solitude, The establishing of these camps will no duubt go a lung way in directing tlie American tourist trade to Ontario.
iintury spirit.    The sobbing plea foriI* <>. !?• CELEBRATES
<.oum:n jumi.kk hy
mUiisniM; history
106,000.
The fraternal benefits or tho order
aro brought oui, ami well Illustrated
pages are devoted to lhe I.O.F. orphans home at Oakvillc, Ontario, the
the children is tho bogey sol up for
purely stage play.   We have an Ideal
000 for park, which hus been author-1 Recreation Club in this city and thero j
i/ed bul  not yet issued.    In passing, is no reason whatever why arrange-1    To   mark   the   golden   jubilee   of
a matter worthy of note Is that this I meats cannot bo made there to ac- the order, which is to be celebrated j.o.r tubercular sanitarium at Lope/
cily is now called upon to pay B'/o commodate tho children with all the »<*t J'**11", the executive council of (Canyon, California, and the I. O. P,
and ,;%', for borrowed money, where- pleasure aud fun they are entitled to Ul° Independent Order of Foresters. tubercular sanitarium at Rainbow
as iu    earlier debentures    we   were1 on the Ice.   Exclusive dates should be'has produced nil Interesting souvenir  \A,^Qi x y
paying 694 interest, an indication that'set for children, otherwise where it il fa the form of a handsome, Ulustra-1    Tho book will prove of interesl to
our financial stability is weakening.   L "free for   all"   tlie   children   are ted brochure which relates the growth  M wno ure interested in the dovolop-
Correspondeuee on proposed by-law crowded out, as was proved in the I of tho order from its original modest mont of fraternal 'lie insurance,
was discussing Its merits in your Is- past.    Plain common sense tells us beginning  to  tho  firmly  established! ^ ^	
sue oi October 26th.   The author of that this city can 111 affordto squander position which it holds today.   A copy i
ihis     letter     mentioned    the    fact' away any more money.   If we were in of this unique publication hus been     Miss Knox:  "Yes, he actually said
that by-law ITS for ROOU which mon-lnn affluent position the money could received »t the Herald office. jyour cheeks were like roses."
ev purchased the Arena is now retired.! be put to a better use by abolishing]    The story of the order is u most     Miss    Spots    (secretly   delighted);
The cost of upkeep und maintenance the wooden sidewalks and replacing interesting one.   it shows how, thru  "That's laying il on pretty thick."
of the Arena for the last six years some either with cement, asphalt or the struggles and efforts of the found-j    Mitt   Knox:   "Yes.   he   remarked
has been considerable.   Hud this beenjeinders, either would   he   preferable, ats and by the loyalty and support of aboul that loo."
privately owned property, taxes would Let first thlngB come first,    Ratepay- lllfi oarly members, extreme dlfflcul- _	
have Iieen paid Into the city.    Sub-|ers of Cranbrook, get out at all costs ties were overcome and tho order was   ..._. ^ *.~-.. -.-
tract tiiis amount from the $2,100 from1 upon November 29th and Intimate to eventually established on a firm foun-
ttho curlers nnd what would be left?! these gentlemen who have thrust un- dtition.
It is plain to see as invariably Is the other costly experiment upon the city,' The Independent Order of Foresters
[cose the money finally comes from di-[by an overwhelming majority against was organized in Newark X.J., on June
rect luxation. The writer who was the by-law thut "them days tire gone 16th. 1874. Us objects were tlie pro-
quoting the retirement of this small'for ever." Yes. we have no more easy motion of fraternity, together with a
loan to holster up bis argument forj money to throw away like dirt, hut we system of life insurance benefits,
further   expenditure,  merely  touches have all kinds of white elephants to
In
*L
fact, the desire for lift* insurance liene-
tlie [rings   ot   tlie   essential points,1 offer you at a reasonable figure.     In Ills was tlie reason for llio breaking
which should govern tbe Judgment of: fact If the Hockey Club are so sure of away from the parent body of the or-'
the ratepayers.   He omitted to men- their future prosperity we ean offer der.
tlon that by-law 17:1 Ib the smallest them the Arena—anything to unload—     Commencing   witli   the system   In
and the only one so far since incor-:at  a much lower price than  $1)000 IM4. of passing the hat for the widow.
poratlon  tliat  has  been retired, and upon easy terms,   1-et them stand on It was not long before reorganization
HiIb not by revenue as his own fig- their own feet, not by roping in n became necessary, and when that'la
the vast number of unwilling taxpayers,
for but through the channels of public
ures   will   prove.   What   about
(36,000   and   the $40,000   loans
school purposes?     Mhut   about   the', subscription    and    voluntary    spirit
$70.1100, the $110,000, und the 115,000 which Is bound up In amateur sport.
loans rur water system?   What aboutl We must  learn to du with  less of
lhe ?100,000 and Iho $20,000 loans for these money by-laws.   It we do not
rage system?   Not a single ono retrench, how long will lt be before actuarial diillcultie;
terestlng   personality    Oronhyateklui
became head of the order in 1S81, the
membership was :isn and tho small
body had liabilities to face ot $4000.
The brochure briefly sets oat how
p by step tlie early mistakes and
were overcome;
if tbe above have been repaid. What1 a big smash overtakes us?   We shall | finally culminating In the act of (be
aboul   the $60,000 loan for   electric have to come lo this whether we like parliament of Canada In litKl whereby
light system,  which  was dragooned It or not.   It Is but fair that tbe oppo-tthe order undertook to maintain remain the people liy unlawful threats sltlon side to this by-law should be serves for all Its outstanding certill-
of placing the city 111 total darkness? presented before the public.   Tho Im-
Not a red cent hus been repaid on this' peratlve need of lhe moment In Cran-
insensale wasle of public money.   The brook Is to boldly fare the stem real-
writer further states "the only addl-jitlcs as iiuotcd from our yearly flnan-
tlonnl cost to the ratepayers will be cial staleatcnt and by ruthlessly cut-
$420."   It specifically states iu by-law .ting down expenditure bring down the
we shall need to find $059.04 to cover' oppressive  taxation.    Do  not make
sinking   ruuil   for  debt  and  interest the mistake ot voting for this by-law
thereon, and  remember fellow  rate- and then enter a protest at the
court
DEPOT ROOMS
TAX HORNE ST. Opp. Station
New Building
Nicely Furnished
Wlien iu Town Stop Hero
Kwong Chong
LAUNDRY
11 Armstrong Avenue
Opposite W. D. Hill's
tint  Class  Work Oturaoteed.
They All p
Do Try J^
Among our letters yesterday
was one lhat wives us a new en-
tliuslasm. Wo can not print the
writer's name.       She says, In'we
payers, the $40,000 you voted for addition to Central school does by no
means conVplete the job. At least another $10,000 to $lii,000 will bo re-
qtilred, so wo learn from authoritative
(|ii;irters ere this matter can be final l>  disposed of.
It ls perfectly clear that the elty Is
In no financial shape which warrants
them to play the role of philanthropic
institution, We have seen these spas
motile fits ot cnthuslusm bursting out
before from a few wlio needed special
treatment ami usk for special favors.
The whole limitation has heen Inspired
by a few adherents of the Hockey Club.
Is the <hy holding any paternal responsibility, financial obligation oi
ithorwlse for the maintenance and
progress of the Tennis Club, the Golf
Club. Curling Association, the Recreation club. Football or Boxing Clubs,
or even kiicIi worthy movements as
tho a w.v.A. or Y.M.C.A? If not. then
why ah ou id we go to the expense of
wnatlng another $l<*ri or $150 to pro*
vide a special election when the civic
election Is so neur. simply to gratify
a few of lhe unruly spendthrifts, and
.,   .                 why gran lhe Hockey cub special
gut busy and rectified all tins and io-      ' ■ " .        *   . ,,   '
„     ,,,,,,,     ,            ■•privileges which  none of the other
day tbe fire hall li both clean ami '
cosy nml with the fustallnlloii of au
u|t-io-itale luiili ami ueeissary Ha Hilary convenience ia now u credit to
our ciiy. Bearing in mind the Bevere
handicap of having to repair the mistakes and omissions of the old council and the largo amount of extra
work accomplished this year it is
most gratifying to know that onr
(Inanoes are shaping extremely well.
whereas nt the corresponding period
of Inst year the city wns borrowing
from the bunks to meet current expenses and when the new council
framing their estimates, ?12,000
of revision that "our tuxes are too
high."
Yours faithfully
THOMAS H. BRONSDON
Beglna, Saak.—It Is estimated that
Saskatchewan's 1923 crop will yield
$276,844,650, distributed aR follows
wheat $189,466,500; oats. $56,895,600
barley, $7,620,800; rye, $4,693,500; und
flax. $0,168,250. These figures are
based on crop yield reports ami guag'
ed at the average price that is expec
ted to prevail during the selling sea
BOU,
"CASCARETS" 10c
BEST LAXATIVE
FOR DOWELS
"They Work While You Sleep.
If you feel sick, diz/.y, upset; if
your head Is dull or aching, or your
Btomach l.-i sour or gassy, just take
one or two pleasant "Cascuretti" lo
relieve constipation or biliousness,
No griping—nicest euthurtlc-iaxntlve
ou earth for Men, Women und Children. 10c boxes, nlBo *!5c uud 50c
slzen   any drug store.
ales.
The balance sheet which Is published in tlie booklet for llii!.! Is an Interesting exhibit, which shows the
society with surplus and reserves of
more than forty millions of dollars
und insurance in force of more than
150 million dollars The society operates in Canada, the United States and
Great Britain, bus more than .1000
courts and a membership of more than
Strangers to
Cranbrook
West nt he Cross Keys Hotel
ou the mah, street yon will find
n nice clean restaurant. Look
for the sig-i above the door
Club Cafe
This 1'iife is ojien day ami night.
There ure many features about
this cote which mako it homelike, but. why mention one without nil?
JJJST    DROP    IN,   TOY   0,;l'-
COFFEB,    PASTRY
ami rauiT
AND JUDOI3 FOR YOURSELF
Ndto for yourself the Renernl
utmosnhore of the place. We
are prepared to please the most
fastidious.
CLEANING — PRESSING
— REPAIRING —
Vim Will Make No Mistake
in Ordering that
WINTiai SUIT or OVERCOAT
— From —
H. C. LONG,
The Tailor
Van Horne Street
Opposite C. P. ft. Depot
Tlioiie -lift     tt     Vhone 41(1
MVmWvTCrW
part: "We read nine
Ing "Made In B,(
Lhom make other food
parlor quality as Pn
about us-'overdrawn from the bank had to be
tucts. bet accounted for, while at the same pe-
of ns hu- rlod this year there is no need to
i-lfic Milk borrow! bul rather a balance of Home-
Montana Restaurant
Meals at AU Houra
(%mrm cigarette* and Candles
Cranbrook NU     -     I'koie Ml
Opt- Beak ot Commerce
nd there will he no need lo ask  thine like $10,000 on hand, wliich 11 is
us to use Ihem.   I conRratulato anticipated will sulllce to carry us to
Iho end  nf  lbe  yenr.    These  fnels
spenh for themselves ami I am certain
all ftilrmlmlcd    unbiased    ratepayers
will  render tribute wliero tribute Is
due.    Why Is nil Ibis possible?   One
simple Illustration will esplnht.   Ijist
head Ofllce, Vaneeaier, B.1'.       j Vn,r, In our electric light department
i-'M.«riee al ikMiferd aid Udatr,1 - ■— - "— -
yon, for Pacific Mill,' Is by far
tlte bosl canned milk I have ever
laiiled."
Pacific Milk Co., Ltd.
'•|w« were paying wagei to five men.
branches of Bporl either ask or wish
for? The olty council made a huge
mtBlake in purchasing the Arena In
ihe ll rut place. The city should not|
meddle with ihesc propositions; let
them grnnl financial aid where justified, hut not tuke sole responsibility. The people who were apparently
pettinp "something for nothing" fall*.
ed to contribute Interest and support
to warrant the city employing a care-;
taker and extra expense of labor and
llghl nml ii wns discovered by experience tliat !in per cent of the people
living the other side of Baker Street
did not give It the patronage lt might
possibly linve hnd had It been more
centrally located, And here at this
stupe we are given a striking Illustration of what a genuine branch of am-
tut our sportsmen can accomplish. The
curlers stepped into the breach and
so cased the burden of the taxpayers.
Whal the curlers did by voluntary
efforts through public subscription and
membership, »o too cduld the Hockey
iliib If only ihey have tlie desire. A
vigorous, healthy, sporting community
can only aa kept alive by a pttftlx vol-
GEORGE E. BOWER
L.K.A.N., r,.K.l>.M.,
Musical Director
Cranbrook liuelcal society
Teacher ot Singing, Violin and
Piano
Preparation tor lluilcal Examination!
IM ABMSTBOSG ATE.
Phone 608 Cranbrook, B.C.
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CRANBROOK CARTAGE & TRANSFER CO.
Towrlss & Adams
Agents lor Hard and Soft Coal.    Distribution Cars a
Specialty.   Excellent Warehousing.
SAND and GRAVEL
OPPOSITE CP.n. DEPOT
Telephone II
CRANBROOK, B.C.
P.O. Dot Ml
CRMBflOOK GLEANERS
AND_DYERS
Every Garment lent to us to be
Cleaned or Dyed Is given
Our Utmost Care.
Our knowledge ot the bust new
(■ your assurance ot satlBfactlou
here.   Phone, and we will call,
or bring ui your work.
Wt Clean and Dye Everything.
PHONE  157
JOHN GARD
PAINTER &
PAPERHANQER
Full Line of Wall Paper
In Stock.
Store, Hanson Avenue
Phone 40S at ell hour*
CBANBIMIOK     •    •    •    B.C.
Milk and Cream
DIRECT PROM
Big Butte Dairy Farm
PHONE 10
CANADIAN
Pacific
CltAMIIMMIK llt.VIV TIMES
Ml II" DAILY—To Nelson, Vancouver,
Snokeno etc. Arrive lll.lt) Lim. luuve
12,80 p.m.
'NO. ,18 IIAII.Y-Tu Fernie. l.otlibrltjge,
Medicine Hut, Culliiry, etu Arrive
4.11) p.m.! leave 4.20 put.
Cranlironk, WycllnV.  hlmlicrlrj  Service:
No. HSU—I.oave 7.06 a.m. No. 821—Arrive 2.10 p.m.
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Mondny aud Thursduy, eooh week
—NO. SSI, leave 9 a.m.     Wednesday
and Saturday—NO. Baa arrive 8,80 uju.
For further particulars apply to any
ticket agent
1. B. PROCTOR,
District Pastwuer A«eot, Oelgur. Friday, November 23rd, 1023
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HIGH SCHOOL MAGAZIM-:
IS 1»UT UNDER WAY;
APPEARS IS DECEMBER
The Herald wus this week awarded
the contract for the publication of
tho first number of the magazine being put out by the students of the high
school, under the organization of the
WRIGLEYS
.   After   .
Every Meal
Have a packet in yeur
pocket for ever-ready
refreshment. _
Aide digestion.
Allays thirst.
Soothes the throat.
"FLAVOR LASTS
literary society. Tlio work is being
put in hand Immediately, and the issue will appear about the middle
of December. The cover will be executed in tho school colors of purple
and gold. The solicitation of advertisements has been going forward,
and many merchunta linve been found
willing to help the high school pupils in their ventuio by allowing their
advertising to appear In the new Viewpoint. Mr. H. L. Porter, the principal, Is ncting in nn advisory capacity
along wiili tiie committee iu charge
It Is intended lo issuo another magazine luter iu iho term, and possibly
two more.
Yes! >Vo lime Sonic %
COAL
Hut II Im linn) to Got.
Owing to tho fad thai the
railways are USlng •■•! RTOUftMfl
curs in move the enormous grain
crop from tho I'ruirh's we ure
finding it a very dlflloull mat-
tor to obtain siitllcient Goal for
our   ifiiuir.'ineiits.       ll   In nnti-
clpaled timi  very shortly conditions will be buck, to normal.
lu the Meaullnie All Orders
Will He s I Hli Tl V CASH,
Our frlt'tiils   did   come ami we
did trust them.
Wo lost our friends   mul   lost
their custom,
To lose our friends il grieved us
sore,
Por Goal and Wood we trait no
more.
City Transfer Co.
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t   BON-TON   I
He Loved His Wife
The telephone bell rang with persistency. The doctor answered the call
nf a tired husband. "Yes," he said.
"OU, doctor," said a worried voice,
"something seem*, to have happened
to my wife. Her mouth seems set and
sho oan't say a word."
"Why she may have lockjaw," said
the medical man.
"Do yon thins BO? "Well, It you
are oui this way some time next week
yon might step In und see what you
can do for her."
•       4       ■       •
Another Romance Blasted
Little Miss Gwendolyn was disconr
sing  affably   witli   tho   rich   widower
who was quite Interested in her mother,
"If I send you a tloU," said he
-would you llho ii lo have golden
hair like yours?"
"Oh, in1." said the little miss, "ths
next doll I gol must have hair like
mama's, to take oft and put on."
i'The Wonderful.
Heroine"
JI   a subject of conversation througl
•lout Canada al the present time is the
"j identity .T "The Wonderful Heroine"
i whose gmailng life story was pub
llshad In the Family Herald nml Week
! ly star  of  Montreal.    Living  under
appalling conditions, handicapped
more often than aided by her grout
, beauty, this wonder wom..n slrlvod
and achieved where ten million others
! might tail
li ts now announced that a beaut!"
jful painting or "Tho Wonderful Heroine" hns been secured, and a reproduction In true colors, size IS x IM Inches
win be given free lo subscribers of
{the Family Herald and Weekly Slar,
■ Montreal, thai  is to those who sub-
cribs iu tlmo.
peal Happenings
Special!   Special!   Tungsten  LampafSend your hemstitching to the Singer
at bargain prices.    25, 40, and 50 watt!Store, ('ranbrook.   Box 72 341J
for 35c. _
W. P. DORAN. !    Mrs.   J.   McCalluni   and   Mrs.   Dan
Our low nrlceB win every time.       Campbell  left  on  Sunday last for a
— ' Tow days' visit in Spokane.
Mra. Jus. Milne and family return- —
ed on Friday lusi from a two months'    Mra. W. M, Patton and daughter Bar-
holiday at Victoria. | bars  spent a  few  days  n,  Spokane
this week, leaving ou Sunday last.
See our Tru Knit, One ull wool garment, Specially priced, $4.0U per suit
at Horlty's. 39tf
Mr. nml Mrs. Prank  I
irks return-
ed uu Sunday from their
wedding trip
io southern points.
Wonderful bargains in
jadiea1 Win-
er Coins and Hats at Mc
Ireery Bros.
39tf
Mrs. .Nicholson, wlio lias lately ac-
inired the Futa grocery store, made
u hurried business trip to .Pernie this
week
Miss P. I. Campion resumed her
work ut the Central school' on Tuesday of this week, after being absent
since Thanksgiving owing to sickness.
Tinted views and oil paintings of the
district    make    excellent  Christmas
gins,
tf C, VanBRAAM,
Mrs. B. Peppier, of Wardner, is at
present at the hospital, recovering
from nn unusually severe attack of
t'ne grip.
- The Parish Hull Card Parties and
Dances vlll he held on the following
dale: December 5th. 34tf
After being in seclusion for nearly
throe weeks the sun made its appearance ou Monday last nluch to the
pleasure of all, even If only for a
short time.
Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Stirling of
Baynes liiike, spent a few days In the
city hist week-end. Tliey came to get
medical attention for their young son,
whose wrist was broken in both bones
when the Chevrolet car lie was cranking, backfired. Mr. Stirling lived lu
this city some twelve or thirteen
years agd aud may again decide to
mako his home here this winter.
A conference at which five of tlie
six school districts directly interested were present was held recently
al Creston, when almost unaulmous-
it was decided that a move should be
made at onco for the establishment of
a high scliool at Creston. toward the
cost of which all the adjoining school
districts would contribute their share
pro rata. This would do away with
the present system of assessing the
scholars at present a!tending from
outside a foe of $50 por annum. The
department of education will be communicated with to ascertain what
share of the cost of p building they
would stand, ami whal grant towards
the cost of equipment and teachers'
salaries could   be expected.
Dr. Wilson Herald. Ear, Nose, and
Throat specialist, will be in Cranbrook
from December 3rd, to December 10th,
and can be consulted at the hospital.
39tf
Mr. Keith Whimster, of Penticton.
formerly of the Whimster-Dutbie Co.,
Of Pernie, ia in tht. city today. Mr.
Whimster who is now a successful
orchardist in Hie Okanagan Valley, is'
occupying ins spare time this wlntor
proclaiming to tho world the merits
of Maple Leaf Flour and is calling on,
tho local grocers. Mr. Whimster has
acquired a wall merited reputation as
an orchestra leader. In Penticton,
Where he hns resided for throe years
he hns an orchestra of over fifty pie-;
ces whose work equals any city or-(
sanitation,
The Old Maids' Convention lias been
postponed till January I5tb. Bachelors pleuse take note. "Ml
. MrB. E>. U McKee, lefl on Friday I
last for Seattle, where her husband
Is now employed.
Tlio excavation work on tlie big tunnel of tho East Kootenay Power Co., i
al Elko, has been completed and the
work of lining it will bs commenced
at once.—Fertile Free Press.
Useful und fancy articles for j
Christmas Gifts, home cooking, candy
and afternoon tea, at tlie Methodist
church bazaar, ou Saturday, November 24th. 391
Mrs. John Morrison of Kimberley,
after a stay of some time ut the hospital, bud sufficiently recovered to be
able to return home on Tuesday last.
Slio has been a patient there for the
last two months.
We carry a lull lino of Men's Women's and Children's Rubbers,
W. P. DORAN.
Our low prices win every time.
Harry Staples, of Twisp, Wash., and
formerly of Wycliffe, continues to improve at the hospital, wliere he has
now been a patient for some little
time.
Order your Personal Christmas
Greeting Cards now for mailing to
distant points beforo the lines gut low,
Exclusive designs und priced moderately at the Herald Ofllce. tf
A car containing several thousand
dollars worth of booze was crowded
over the bank a short distance from
Fernie on Wednesday of this week.
There was a mighty spill, but about
half the loud wus finally retrieved..—
Pernie Free Press*.
"Where The North Begins", the big
feature at tlie Star theatre last Friday
and Saturday was quite a noteworthy
pkture In the showing of "Rln Tin
Tin." the famous police dog. if Trom
no other standpoint. Tbe big dog
showed a degree of intelligence but
tiitle less than human, aud the use of
the dog Instinct In spite of the long
association with the wolf pack was
something very absorbing. There was
also a very pretty lovo story running
through ihe film with n happy ending
for both the human lovers and tbe
dog.
The box social given by the Knights
of Pythias lodge on Tuesday night waa
a huge success. To tho accompaniment of Robinson's orchestra the company bad a merry time, the K. Ps.
having a reputation for seeing that
everybody has a good time, und their
last effort was no exception. The
music wan good, euch dance seeming more enjoyable than the preceding
one. with the result that the 'Home,
Sweet Homo' waltz came all too soon.
The auctioneering of the many attractive lunch baskets waa performed by his worship the mayor, and tho
way he envclgled the money out of
the men's pockets was a treat. Some
ot the purchasers evidently did not
know "tho story of the three caskets"
as outward appearances counted for
u whole lot. One very pretty creation earned as much us $10.25. having first sold for $5.25 and resold for
$5.00. *?!
"Gentlemen
be Seated"
Second Annual
Rotary
Minstrel Show
three Mt.iris.
Thursday, Friday
& Saturday
November 29 & 30 December 1
Biggest Aggregation of Colored Minstrel Performers West
ft of Winnipeg
See the Million Dollar Beauty
Chorus, Headed by Doc. Green
<;i:i TICKETS FR011 AW HOTAHIAN
Senl Sale ,.[>, ii. nt Hi,. ('riinlirooli Kruir nud Honk Co's
Store, Mondn*  ruing nt Hi o'clock
Line up the Children, Mother
for tlio big FREE J1ATIXEE, Satnrdaj afternoon at
---'"• sharp.   Onl) school children and children nnder
school iiL-c admitted
llll. SALVATION ARMY.
Hanson Avenue
Kt.HNIi: CURLERS NAMi:
SKITS FOR SEASON
OF  WINTER SPORT
Thr Salvation Army will lie pleased
to receive any lefl off clothing, as
many needy mien Imvp enlled for the
same.
The ladles of the Home League of
Iho  Salvation  Army  will  hold  their
annual Sule nf Work December 15th.
39-42
LOCAL MEMBER ASKS
QUESTION IN HOUSE
RE C1VI1. SERVANTS
£k$y^yfcf d
'OR-DONALbSON
ll.o>i  MONTHKAt
To Plymouth Clierliotirp London—
Antonia Nov. 2\
From lliilii.ix To Glasgow—
Satumla (Portlnnd Dec. Si Dec 10
PROM NHV YOltK
To Qncenstown nml Liverpool
Scythla, Nov 17; Samaria, Dec. 1
AusonJa (Bstn) Dec. 8 Laconin t>«\ 13
CHERBOURG AND SOUTHAMPTON
Aqultanla Nov. 18; Berengaria Nov. ll"
Aqnttahla Dec 8; Berengaria D«- _'2
To I iliunlcrry nml Glasgow—
Assyria Nov. 1.4; California Dec. 8
lu Plyniontl. Cherbourg London
Tyrrhonla Nov. 24; Andante Dec. 14
Money orders and drafts al lowest
rates. Pull Information from Agents
or Company's offices, 622 Hastings St.,
Vv*„ Vancouver, B.C.
(Prom the Pernio Free Press)
I The executive committee of the
Pernie Curling Club held a meeting
.Monday evening to elect a new secretary in the place of W. 11 Gates, resigned, and to appoint skij*s for the
coming season.
Mr. Thos. Peck was duly elected to
fill the vacant otil- e on the executive
and immediately took up his duties
as Knight of the Pen.
The following members of the club.
wero then appointed skips for the
season of 1923-24.
Messrs. Harvey Brown, Hev. W P.
Burns, T, Boi k, il E, Douglas, \v. h.
(late*-. J. L. G ites, B Herchmer.
J. S. Irvine, Guy Johnson, M. A. Kastner. P. ('. Lawe, A. C. Llphardt. Jas.
Mitchell. Tom Prentice, .J. K. Wallace.
Alex Watson, and P. Lancaster.
Under the proposed new method of
running the local curling games this
winter, which will take the form of
a four team league, each team to comprise of four rinks, Messrs. Douglas.
Brown, Herchmer ami Prpntlce were
elected team captains. Tli" formation-
of the rinks and teams was left over
fcr a meeting of the newly appointed
skips to lie held Monday evening.
CONFECTIONERY
AXII |
LimCHKOOM NOW OPEN 2
BAKER ST., Opposite P. Burns |
Imported Swedish and        |
Norwelglan Produce %
S. Carleson   I
Fuji Tea Rooms
Next Futa drocery
GOOD MEALS      tl
li   TEA OR COFFEE
FRESH BUTTERMILK
T. FUJIYAMA
For coughs tnke hulf a ten-
epoon of Minord'a internally
in molasses. Por sore throat
und chest heat nnd rub well
into affected parts. For cold
iu head heat uml inhale.
tWnard'i girts tjuick relief 41
1ST
•^y!<.ll|J-,'.ii:.»>
tSpecial lo the Herald)
Victoria, Nov. 19—Civil servants in
'.::e employ of the provincial government have been appearing on the
platform at Liberal meetings throughout the province, according to gues-
tions a-~ked and answered in the
H itue, Hon. J. D McLean admitted
that the superintendent of the Industrial Home for boys, at Coqultlam,
bad appeared on the same platform aa
Hon. Wm. Sloan at a meeting held iu
X inu.ijio. Hod John Oliver refused
to admit lhat the deputy minister of
industries, D. B. Martyn. unsuccessful
Liberal candidate In Dewdney in the
last election, appeared at a Liberal
meeting in Vancouver. He had no
information to give Mr. N. A. Walllnger, Conservative member for Cranbrook.
THE WEATHER BULLETIN
Harry Bwer of this < ity i- reported
tlolnp well tit the hospital where In-
is tit presenl ti imtient
Nov.
Nor.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nor.
al    l!i.riii..titMir    II.-it'ttiiL'.    nt
Itanhrook
Mln Max.
16       27 3'i
16       30 34
IT       32 34
M    27 31
1!)       2.'. 43
20      29 41
21       11 36
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
Christmas & New Year s
in the Old Country
Special Train
from WINNIPEG, December 11,1923
Hired In tlie Ship's Side for Hailing of the
S.S. MONTCALM, December 14,1923
PROM WEST ST. JOHN, N.B.
I hrough tourist Sleeping Cars
From EDMONTON, SASKATOON, CALGARY, MOOSE
JAW, REQ1NA, and WINNIPEG, will be operated for
..the following; sailings from West St. John, N.B.
S.S. STonlclare s.S. MKUTA s.S. Montcalm
Tn Iilvorpool 'In S'tliamplon i To Liverpool
gulling Hit. t    Sailing Dec l!l   Sailing Her. II
S.S. MarlorJi
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NOTES
The ratepayers now have both sides of the
argument, for ami against the Rink By-Law, to
lie voted on Thursday nexl, in the communications on Ihe subject to which space is gladly given in this issue.     It is now up to those of the
enfranchised body of ratepayers who will be called upon to vote to get the situation clearly in
mind, so as to be able to vote intelligently.     A
money by-law calls for a three-fifths majority of
the votes cast, so that any who favor it but do
not trouble to go to the polls to say so, may in [
reality be helping to defeat it, since it is only]
human nature for those who arc not endorsing]
Hie project to go to the polls in force.    It is sel-'
dom that a by-law put to the people during the
year draws much of a poll, but that is not at all
to anyone's credit.     Get out and vote one way
or Ihe oilier.
would be avoided by not taking up a delinile
stand on the matter. But in whatever is done,
the people will not be allowed to lose sight of the
tact that the liquor business now being carried
on by the government is bringing to the province
a gross business per year amounting to something like 11 million dollars as shown by the last
returns brought down by the attorney-general..
In one year B.C. manufactured liquors to the
value of almost two million dollars were purchased by the government, while in the same
period Imported liquors to twice that value were
also brought in for consumption.
Some "good" Canadians who felt that it was
belter lo have funds in an American bank al six
per cent., than in the savings bank in their own
country at half that, are now sadder and wiser.
When a Portal, N.D., hank closed its doors without warning a few days ago, a considerable number of farmers, 0. I*. U. men and government
employees found themselves in the position of
being out the deposits which they thought
the Canadian banks were too conservative to
care for.
torn Our Exchanges
sum first!
The Minister of Railways recently handed mil compliments on the elliciemiy oil the retired Oonerul Manager
and Deputy Minister, Mr. Buckwortli. But with tlie approach of an investigation of operations of the P.G.13,, Mr.
Bnckworth is not taking any chances. He is inspecting
southern climates.—Grand Forks Gazette.
THK l.KSSMX Of NORTH WINNIPEG
The sweeping victory of the Hon. B.
J. Mai'Mnrray in
tlm by-election in Wlnnlpej presents a lesson wliich both
Liberals and Conservative* would do well to heed. It
may he noted that Mr. MacMurray, as a Liberal, seeking
re-election because of his elevation to tlie post of Solicitor
General in the Mackenzie King Cabinet, was not opposed
Conservative but hy .Independent und Labor candidates. Alderman Heaps, tbe nominee of the Independent
was very active in trying to establish Bolshevist
rule in Winnipeg, and the voters huve not forgotten what
happened in this connection in Winnipeg some three or
four years ago. The election shows that as we get farther
ami farther away from the war, In nearly every constituency the moderate conservative element will elect either
a Liberal or a Conservative tt the vote ts not split, nnd that
nli.) Labor, Socialist or Bolshevist candidates will not
have much chance If tbe moderates get together.—Montreal Herald,
An American writer has belittling words toj,N A MIN0R,TY;iAS im!^,
say on the late Bonar Law being buried in West-
Characteristically enough Frank Oliver begins his career
minster Abbey.     "Fifty years hence",  he says,|onthe hallway Commission by dissenting from a majority
"American tourists will look at his grave and! rt'po^,■   Dut there ls lhls t0 be Bald for Mr* 0Uver: any
I judgment that he gives   will   be   hts   own,   and will he
■ couched in language thut all who run may reud.—Ottawa
i Journal,
i purtant announcement that at the convention of the
Provincial Party to be held early in December he will not
seek the leadership. "I am," he said, "Just the opposite to
tlie Premier, This Is not my Job and I don't like it. 1
have only been discharging what I thought was a citizen's
ask, 'Who in the world was that?" as they pass
on to Pitt and Chatham, . .. " Perhaps
in   American eyes Bonar Law's   place   in   the
world's history does not rank with any of the' 	
achievements of the thirty odd presidents °f u u .i-wi*TO BE LEAMB
their nation, but it is safe to say that fifty years;' ^m Vancouver meeting General McRae made the im-
hence as many tourists will know who Bonar
Law was as there are native Americans now
who can tell who was the American president
that same length of time ago. And as if there
was not offence enough in one sentence the pan-
American writer adds that 'Bonar Law's family ohmtlm whkh j com flnu nd honorable way of avoid-
would be pleased, and that's what the burial was , am )10t ft canai(late for ^ leaaeMv.  My large
tor.' "    An admirable lesson altogether in the contrIbwtlonB t0 the cause mIgnt wen flubject me to the
gentle art of what not. to say and how to say it.   (.,mrKe of try|ng t0 buy my way lnt0 Ule I)rem|enii,ip.
  have large investments In the natural resources of the
Beer -prohibition—local option-government province, which are more than likely to come before the
control— this is said to be the four cornered legislature for consideration at any time. These 1 feel add
choice that may soon be offered to the electors tn my lack of qualifications for the work". General
of the province. The government is said to be MeRae'a statement waa frank and straightforward, but It
inclined to take heed to those who are clamoring | docs inevitably suggest that should the Provincial Party
for some change in the liquor laws, and a plebls- j come into power it. will owe to one citizen of tho province
rite is hinted at as being the most likely course'more than it in desirable that any political parly should
they will adopt.   A lot of unpleasant possibilities | owe to one rich man.—Penticton Herald.
'PEG M> MY HEART" IS
SCREEN ADAPTATION
OF GREAT STAGE PLAY
Story of Pathos Illuminated by
Bright Spots of Rare
Comedy
WJWUWiWMWWMWWiW,
Eight Reasons for Voting
For the Rink By-Law
1WI.NTY   YEARS AGO
Kxtracts from Hie Cninlirook
Herald of this date, 1903.
Jnder lhe auspices of tlie hoard of
trade the meeting called this week to
lisciiss Incorporation was attended by
nearly a liuiulr-U residents. A very
nig committee was named to carry
tlie matter forward.
0, H. Pollen has returned from Ottawa wliere lie interviewed the government in tlio interests uf the Koot-
y Central Railway. He has since
loft for Victoria for the snme purpose.
Severe weather has cauBOd ihe logs
in Hie mill ponds to become frozen in,
and most of the mills in the district
have bad to shut down for this reason,
A big mudslide on Sunday burled
the track at mileage i" near Kitchen-
anil delayed all trains for a considerable time.
Dr. J. II. King conferred informally
with many ot his constituents before' ,\ie
leaving for Victoria to attend the op-
ning of tlie house as the first, memb-
r for Cranbrook. m
Tho work of bringing the muster-
pieces ot the stage within reach of
every home, into communities never
reached by stage performances, lias
another striking contribution in the
translation to the screen of the famous stage play,, "Peg 'O My Heart," In
which Lnurette Taylor has made a
memorable characterization of Peg.
"Peg O' My Heart" now a Metro
picture with Laurclte Taylor appearing In her famous role, comes to the
Star Theatre tor two days, beginning
Friday, November SO Tills fascinating tale tuts had over six thousand
stage performances in the United states. laUiirette. Taylor created the
role and tins heen Identified with it
ever since, even being known as Peg
Taylor;
It Is a tale of un Irish father and au
English mother, and of thu circumstances, amusing as well us beartstlrrlng
that attend the young girl when she
leaves the little Irish farmhouse
where she wns born, and ventures ant
ong strangers to whom good form i
the cardinal requirement. As in (lie
stage play Miss Taylor has tho assis^
tance of Michael, tlie famous canine
actress with the masculine name.
, BIBLE THOUGHTl
■FOR TODAY-!
Saturday, lYovemher 24
CUHSINa OR BLESSING:—Cursed
lie the niun that tnistotll In man, and
maketh   flesh   hla   arm, and   whose
heart departed! from the Lord.
Blessed is tlie man that trusteth iu
tbe Lord, and whose hope tlie Lord is.
—Jeremfah 17: r.,7.
+   +   +
Sunday, >oveiiiber -I"*
OBEDIENCE:—If yo love me, keep
my commandments,—John 14:15,
+   +■   +
Minidni. November HI
FULLNESS OP JOY: — Thou wilt
shew mo the path of life: in thy presence Is fullness of   joy; at thy right
hand thore are pleasures for evermore.   Psalm 1:11.
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Tuesday, XoTcnilier 27
SUFFICIENCY:—Our sufficiency is
of Qod.—2 Corinthians 3:5.
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Weitiiesdi.j'. November 28
OOD'S  DAILY  BENEFITS:—Blessed lie ihe Lord, who daily loadeth us
with benefits, even lhe tlod of onr
salvation.—Psalm 68:19.
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■tftiiirsiliiy, \im-mhn- 2B
BETTER     THAN   SILVER    AND
QOLD:     Godliness with contentment
is greal gain. For we brought nothing
Inlo this world, aud It is certain we
can carry nothing out.    And having
Revolstoke.—Canada's highest look
out station has heen completed and
will he ready for use next year. It Is
situated on Mt. Cartler and is 8023
feet above sea level. It will he used
for the detection of forest fires and
for meteorological and other observiv
tlons. The Dominion Forestry Branch
has charge of it. v
| COMMUNICATION  f
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(ranbrook. B.C.,
Nov. 22, 132'1
Editor, Herald:
1 wish to point out to you iu connection with your editorial of Nov. lfltb
thnt tn dealing witli the question of
by-law for the rink, to be put before
people ou November 29, you
may not be informed us to tlie true
facts of tlie purchasing of the Arena
rink in 1918 as voted upon by the people of tliis city on the tilth day of January 1919. Thnt portion of your editorial, last paragraph reads, "Many
people are critical of tlie scheme bo-
cause it Is felt that there is a danger
of the city In a year or two or five or
more having another white elephant
on its bauds with no revenue arising
from it, but still with charges of between six and seven hundred dollar!
against it."
Now, Mr. Editor, there was no pro
mise made for or by the people in
January. 1919, when they voted for
this Arena rink that they would pay
any rent whatever in any shape, the
rink was advertised under by-law 17.t
for "Curling, Skating und Hockey" for
the people of this city. Has it heen a
white elephant? It has been a real
good investment. Voluntarily there
lies been paid back into the cxchecimer
of the city $2100. Where Is your argument? I thought 1 would correct
this impression wliich you huve eon
veyed to the public last week as I only
want lo ask for fair play in argument
und let the people decide.
Thanking you for the space.
Yours truly
G. T. MOIR
STAR THEATRE J
K'M.BAM I'OH XEJ.T WEEK.
(IMMEMiNI. HONDAV. KOV. Mil,'
MONDAY - TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY
Mary Philbin
of
•Morry-Oii-Hnnml* Fame
a-
and
JACK HOME In
'WHERE IS THIS WEST?*
A COMEDY DRAMA OF
THE WEST WITH
LOTS OF SURPRISING SITUATIONS.
PATHE NEWS
COMEDY
as
Viola Dana
'$5.00 Baby'
By lllVlN S. COBB.
Did Tun F.Ten Try lo F«*vn A
Huh)!
"I J.01U1 Money on Anything" Is the sign displayed
in front of the pawnshop in
tlie Rhctto of New York. A
hobo enters with n bnhy he
wishes to pnwn for $5,00. Un-
eio Ben imagines tho man ll
playing a practical Joke on
some friend and ho hands over Ihe money. But when the
night cnnies. the pawnbroker
realizes tho Jolco Is on him.
Dirk Turn In Comedy,
"Where In My Wandering Bny This Evening!"
FRIDAY - SATURDAY
PEG 0' MY HEART'
Featuring
LAURETTE TAYLOR
who originated the role of Peg
In the New York Stage version.
Peg the heroine, is the motherless
daughter ot i stalwart Irishman, who
is noted for his fearless conducting of
meetings all over Ireland. Peg's mother had been of the English nobility,
and her marriage to n mere Irish
commoner was never forgiven. On
his deathbed her brother had repented of his harshness to the extent of
providing money for Peg's education
in England. Life in England with her
intolerant relatives is impossible, and
after a short stay sho returns home.
But her stay was long enough to win
completely the heart of n titled Englishman,
Comedy, "LET'S BUILD."
food and
conlenl
THK
is gold,
the lips
Jewel.
rah it. let lis (herewith be
I Timothy OiO.7,8.
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Friday, Jformker SO
PRECIOUS  JEWEL:— There
mil a multitude 0( rubles: but
of knowledge arc n precious
'rnvcrbs Miir,.
NOTICE
AFTER Novemher 1st. 1023 our
offlce Will be located In the
premises recently occupied hy
the late James T. Laldlaw whose
business we are taking over.
Wo bog to notify clients of
tbe lute Mr. Laldlaw, and otherB
lhat wo shall bo carrying on the
practice of Und Surveying together with our General Engineering and Contracting work.
1MVOU A HAM
(.'runbrook. B.C..
Nov. 22 191.3
To Editor of thu Herald:
lt would ho superfluous to afflict
your millers with further Information
other than bat. already buou given to
the public in my letter of October 23,
rotative to tho building of a curling
rink which the voters will he asked
to voto upon on November 39th.
1 would, however, like to emphasize
ihe importance of ono or two points
should noi ho overlooked hy nil
wlio are Interested lu the welfare of
ihe coming gonoralioh,
1. A COVURHD rink Is ahsolutoy us*
.Mini fnr skating mid hockey, Wo
have such n building ami ii onii lie
obtained hy ynur voto on the 291 It.
Como (Hit mid voto for the rink by-law,
2 This will nol Increaso ynur tuxes.
The money for thte rink cun bo financed by the city wit lion I dislocating our
revenue.
:t. Contractors stats tho building can
ho erected beforo the end of December.
4. Tho Curlers are entitled to a
rink. Have they not paid back to the
clly $2100? They now ngree to continue lo pay for another term of ten
years, $.150 annually. At the end of
iliis time with the skators and hockey
hoys they also agree lo pay n similar
amount.
5, Is Crnnhroak to bo the only city
without organized hockjey? What are
other cities doing? Rossland. which
has no organized hockey since the win*
Is again in tho limelight nml the leading citizens had a well attended meeting Inst week. Trail. Nelson, Fernie
and Kimberley are all now lined up
under the B.C. Amateur Hockey Association.
ti. Failure to support hockey and
skating in tbe past was largely owing
in war conditions. The new generation ilia! is growing up demands tbo
same privileges that you hud. Mr.
Voter, when you wero a boy or girl,
and ynu can make it a success only
you will come out and patronize
tho greatest ot all winter sports. Our
hlldreti need the exercise and wo need
il loo. Mr. Voter.
Several   of  the   towns   over   tho
are building  rinks   now,    The
town of Vulcan is building a ('11111111;
ind Skating rink according to a despatch in Lethbrldgo paper datod 12th
Inst, This is tho proper spirit. Muni-
ipul ownership is what wc want..Had
this viewpoint been forced tu the front
wenly-flve ears ago ('ranbrook would
have been bettor tixed financially. Let
us not our face inwards Ihis goal now.
In all municipalities nl' any importance, playgrounds and spoils are directly or Indirectly controlled lu amateur linos by tho municipality.
8. Voting i'or this by-law will do
more in bring aboul a bottor spirit
and fooling ni' iho dlfforonl factions lu
Cranbrook. Do ynur part, lot's gol to*
gotlior, curlers ami Skaters can go
home logothor. Make || ynur rluk.
Soo in fi ihai ii is propoily conducted. Don't be n knocker any longer.
We havo all nol to live hern and we
want lo get along wiih one another,
Wo need your holp ami support and
yon need oui'B to mul'.e Cranbrook a
placo worth whllo living in. If the
town wns dead and full or knockers
ynu would want to move out.
Como nut and vole for tbe rluk on
November 20th.
Yours truly
(I. T. MOIR
An Englishmen says people on this
side ot Die Atlantic know very little
geography It may bo because the
nations of Europe are changing it so
often.
MOUNT Bill HOTEL
Now Open
Tlie owners of this Hotel have
Bnnred no expense in their oiul-
envor to make it the most up-to-
date in the district.
110 Newly furnished Rooms.
All .villi iiiliililiur Water (Hot
und Cold) some with private
Imllis. some with shower baths.
BAKER ST., CRANBROOK
Only absolutely first-dims fireproof Hotel In the city.
Edmondson's
Dance Orchestra
OPEN FOR ENGAGEMENT
'The Music With The Pep"
PHONE sun
BOX 522
NOW OPEN
Western Cafe and Rooms
VA?i HORNE STREET      —      Opposite C. P. U. Depot
Newly Constructed Fireproof lluildiug
FULLY  MODERN AND NEWLY  FURNISHED ROOMS
—     FIRST CLASS CAFE IN CONNECTION     -
ONLY FIREPROOF HOTEL IN CRANBROOK
HOI1 OCR—
Specials this Week-End
We are itRain offering the very choicest of
meals.. Onr bargains are being specially appreciated both as to quality and price.
Choice Beef noil Be) to 10* lb.
Choice lleef Pot Roast 10* to 12C lb.
Prime Rib Roast Ueel   20C Ifc
.lulcy and tender Shoulder Steaks 186 H>.
Choice Veal Stew     8C lb.
Choice Shoulder Roast Veal 12"* to 15* lb.
Mutton, Shoulder Roast or Boll   256 lb.
Million Stew   15* lb.
Shoulder Itoast, Young Pork  22* lb.
Sausages,   i lbs. for 35*
Try Our Mince Meat at 22* lb.   This is real nice.
See Our Window Display
P. BURNS & COMPANY LTD.
PHONE 10 CRANBROOK, B.(
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THE ARROW STAGE LINE
IS NOW RUNNING KAILY BETWEEN
Cranbrook and Fernie
Route:—Fort Steele, Hull lllver, Wardner and I'll,,,.
Leaving Cranbrook: leaving Fernie:
Cranbrnok Hotels S a.m. King Fdwnrd .lolrl: :i p.m.
Prices to Fernie $r..no and lo oilier points according lo
distance
WILL IIA NOLL EXPRESS \Mi LIGHT FREIGHT
For Cranbrook, Phone Kootenay Garage H7
For Fernie, Phone Fertile Garage, 158
Anybody Wishing to Go Fishing or for a Picnic
Arrangement* Will lllailly Ile Hade   j
^MAA^*k%W«^^/^rafWWWMMI\AV.VV.'.S"*V%'.SSV.VV.ViW/.
VICTORIA CAFE
COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL
Newly Opened
OYSTERS IN THE SHELL HAVE JUST
 ARRIVED  FROM  THE COAST	
These We Serve Any Style-
Try a Stew or a Delicious Fry
Or On The Halt Shell
- 8       I ' Friday, November Sard, 1023
THE  CRANBROOK  HERALD
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PAGE   FIVE
KIMBERLEY and WYCLIFFE
INTERESTING ITEMS CONCERNING  HA1TKNLNGS IN A Ml ABOUT THE BUSY TOWN- ON THE NORTH BRANCH, WHERE MINING, LUMBERING AND FARMING INTERESTS ARE SUPREME*
****+**+*+t+++++**'M,++++'t'+1    The delivery teuin    of    the    Mark
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'*' IflMRFRI FV A' Creek store ran away on Thursday,
£ IMIVlD.LKL.tLT I doing considerable damage to the wa-
I     NEWS NOTES     | •«■
*+++**********+**+4,4.+t4,*4.* j   g ,.   Bloylock| ge „| manager ut
Siuiei'liiii'iuU'iit Flett ot Crenbroolc Uio CoiuolWutetl, was a visitor here
wus hot., on Tlinrsiliiy uml Friday of "" Saturday
lasl wtH'li.
Mr. it ml Mrs. MacDonald,ot Cranbrook, nttontled tlte K.I', danoo hore
im Friday ovonthK.
a,. A. i inii|iin'ii  gonorul inana-
' tin' Wt'sl Ktioli'iiiiy Power atltl
Light Company, Ltd., ui Uossland, wus
ror mailing to distant points.  Boo tlio ,lora s"""''",s' "" roul° ' B "'"""
ButnploB of in otloratoly priced and '"""' l">1"8 '" ";""""" ''"""""
li. is not too early tn order ynur
personal   Christmas   Qreetltig   Cards
I'll   nit'ot   you   at   lhe   Cluli Cafe,
Cruiibrook. KGtf
OXQlUBive   di'slKlia   at   the   Crnnbrook
llorald, tf
Ford
(i. T, Molr, freight  agonl  tor ihe
l'. li. »i Cranbrook, wns a visitor
HannlUgtou   linn   purchased   a hern nu Friday.
mhin.
Tho K.P. dance held in Handley's
hull, on Friday last was a decided
success. The Kimberley three yioco
orchestra turni. hing cood music,
Club Cafe, Cranbrook, commodious,
Clean, comfortable.
Miss Until Fox has roturned to Kim*
hurley nfter her Illness at thu St. Eugene Hospital, Cranbrook,
Private   Personal  Christinas Greeting Cards in exclusive designs, and
moderately priced, at the ofilee of the
15t'j Crnnbrook Herald. tf
Will A. Elletson, Jr. of the Consul-,    Curlers! (let   your   brooms ready!
Idatotl office staff has been .spending Arrangements are being made to eon-
a low .lays al. his home hi Rossland.    |vt.rt, one 0f the old hunk houses Into
_   „   ,,    ,        ~ , a curling rink on the townslto,
E. H. Hanley, district manager of __
North American Life, of Nelson, spent |    Miss O. Dlebolt who is substituting
several days here. \n Miss Fox's place had the misfortune
Mr. M. A. Benle~ot Cranbrook, was to »wta her «*»■*»»«■ skating .
a business visitor Tuesday. j    airg. j, Morrison was able to return
11  "Z.    . ii»» ,.,.„ i„   toiler home in Kimberley afler a lung
Anyone considering taking life la-
i    .u ..tt   **r*«-.i«  n«.-   i si-'iie ni' illness al the Si. Kugeiie hos-
surance should consult Martin Bros.,     "
1 piinl.
I
VISIT CRANBROOK
Special   anniversary   services   ure | MONTANA TEACHERS
to be held iu tlie Methodist church on ■
Sunday evening,
Mrs. Stevens of Cranbrook, was tlie
guest of her daughter, Mrs. Mobster,
nu Monday.
The Sullivan Hill Ladles' Aid of
the Methodist church are holding
iheir sale of work on Saturday afternoon. November 34, in the school
house.
Mr. C. A. Foote Bpenl several nays
hunting in ilif country around Moyle.
Mrs. <>. C, Thompson was hostess
al tho l«'a llOUl* on Friday.
Usl   your   property   with   Martin
Bros. 3B«
several men from Die Concentrator
who spenl a week hunting In the
Moyle district, returned to ibeir homes
on Friday. bringing in six deer.
The party comprised messro. Andrews,
Doran, Geo, Smith, MacKonzIe and
Harvey.
Cranbrook. They are District Agents'
for Canada's largest life company, ami
have specialized in that husiness for
fifteen years. 15tt
A. Johnson
Mens' Furnisher
ROOTS AND SHOES
Suit Cases and Trunks
OVERALLS
Hoots and Shoes Neatly Repaired
Before deciding on tliat new building or that repair world; see Geo. R,
Leask, the Pioneer Builder of Kim
berley and Cranbrook. IStf
The Liberal Association of Klmber-
iley held a meeting for the election at
officers on Wednesday evening.
I Mrs.Choniat entertained a number
jof hor friends at bridge on Thursday]
evening
Thanks are due Mrs. 11. Thomllnspn
for the gift of a large dictionary to
the public school.
LAURETTE TAYLOR
V     In a Scene From
PEG 0' MY HEART
Coming Tn Star Theatre Friday anil
Saturday. November 30 and
Deconiber  1
VIOLA I1ASA S'l'AH
IS COBB'S STOUT
iibumr'.t ■ ■ iriyfunmirr  ' :" J
Sainsbury & Ryan
s
Itril.llEKS AMI
CONTRACTORS
I
Estimates Givon and Work
Guaranteed
Telephone- '2.1.1 and 2M
(RAMIROOK      -      B.C. Q
MRS. V. CALDWELL
KIMBERLEY
LADIE91 MISSES AND
CHILDREN'S WEAR
IL will pay yon to sen our prices
before you buy elsewhere
We Carry a Full I.lne of Wools
1 oz. & 2 oz.   All Shndea
PAKCT WORK
WATCH FOR OIK
CHRISTMAS GOOD8
Has IMiirhti'iil Hole in Famous
Tiilo ol' "Tlio Five
Dollar Unity"
oory
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■ ■BiBIlBinBIBilaaj
*—o—e ...........
WHITE fUNGH
NOW OPEN
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MFA1S AT Al.l, HOI l!S
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A LA CARTE SERVICE
HIKE  .YASVM'K - Prop.
A. Mellor
GENERAL   MKHIHAM'
BTAPLB & FANCY QR0CERIB8
DENTS   FURNISHINGS
LADIES AND CHLDREN.'S
SHOES AND HOSE
-  RUBBERS,   QLOVES   ETC.
SEE US POR PRICES
When Vim Think m" Iniurnnce
— Call Up —
BEALE & ELWELL
ritinti' '20     ::     Cranlironk
Bole AKiitt* (or hlmlietle, Tiininllr.
Dimor's Cafe
K IM B E It Ii E V
— Open Day and Night —
luu n111 KiiJii* jour Heal, al
thi. I'ate
our Service Ii Prompt aud we
alwayl try lo plea**.
FRUIT  «   Sim'  DRINKS -
l.llthl   HefrMliinent.
Kimberley Garage
AND
Blectrical Supplies
BLRCTRICAt    CONTRACTING
hoi sr. whom; gi si ri'ius
Agents tor 1-MIhoii
MAZDA QI.OBES
Have a l.ncnl Man do JWIlt work
J. F. LOONEY,   ::   Prop.
Morrison & Burke     '
Ihlilrrv 111 ("ill illhl Wood
TRANSFKH UOltK DONK
'IVU your wives mid It'll your
fricndi
"The Five Dollar Baby", the
I by Irvln s. Cobb which appeared or!
[glivally in ihe Saturday ISventng Post
. has been converted into a photoplaj
by Metro, with Viola Dana in the title
[role, lt comes to the Star theatre on
Wednesday and Thursduy, with an exceptionally fine record of popularity.
; Mr. Cobbfe story has iis Betting in
New York's Ghetto. It abounds in the
colorful atmosphere of thai Interesting section! and its characters are
8UCh faithful portrayals tliat one would
believe that they were lifted bodily off
[the streets and Into tho Metro stud
Ids, Miss Dann appears in a iliarac
terltatlon really unique. This dim
luuttre star, with her vivacious pers
onlltty appears in a role thai  affords
Iher more than customary opportunity
I for joyous comedy.
■■The Five Dollar Baby"    tells   the
! story of an abandoned infant who is
' pawned for five dollars by a hobo who
finds her on  the door step.      Uncle
; Hen. the pawnbroker, thinks someone
its playing a joke on him until he realties lhat as no one claims the   child.
.he is up against the proposition of
bringing up tlie foundling,     A warm
lattnchmonl grows up between the Jewish pawnbroker nnd Huth as he has
[named the girl. When eighteen.-fears
are gone and Ruth grows up Into a
beautiful miss the hobo returns to de-
| mum) the girl.
No mere outline of tho story ean do
Justice to the humorous incidents or
hoydenlsh activities of Huth the mud-
cap who is at the same time, the pride
of Hen's heart.
(Continued from Page One)
very much, theirs appearing of a laxer
nature. In the Canadian System the
■ periods were all taken up with class
'work, whereas at Eureka about one
jand a half out of the eight periods
were devoted lo silent reading or
I study. Whereas here there is but one
reader for each class during a terra,
they have eight to twelve, more time
being devoted to this subject there.
The system of promotion differs In
thai they have what is known as the
six weeks' system, lint lu, If u particular pupil shows lhat he or she is
advanced beyond the class in which
thoy aro in any subject, they can proceed to a higher grade In dial subject
alone and vice versa. If backward,
they might have to study lhat subject
with a lower grade. This is made
possible hy having similar subjects
taught simultaneously in ail grades.
For instance, a nominal seventh grade
pupil might be taking spelling in the
eighth grade while another might be
taking the same subject in the sixth.
Through their system of class re-
ports there was a greater collaboration between parent and teacher. The
child was studied and Ibtlr faults
and weak, points pointed out to the
parents.
Iu Eureka there are both high and
public schools with an enrollment of
50 and 300 respectively. Besides the
supervising principal, who is over
ntli schools, there are twelve teachers in the public school. The salary
paid a new teacher is $1150 for the
first year and after that all teachers
are paid the same, $1..00 for nine
months. The supervisor is paid $3300
while the high school salaries range
from $1400 to $2000. The total expense of both schools is about $45,000
per year.
In reference to the work of the
manual training school here Mr. Price
was loud in his praises. His observe
tiou of manual training schools has
iieen quite extensive but his opinion
is that '.ho Crunbrtok scliool Is'in a
class by itself. The work seemed to
him well graded and the system perfect, and he was particularly impressed with tlie work of the Instructor,
Mr. F. G. Morris, whom he thought
was (loins nu admirable work, well
worthy of support.
Iu regard to the public school, Mr.
Trice was surprised to find that the
principal was also responsible for a
grade. He was of the opinion that
with the number of schools und teachers a principal's or superintendent's
lime might bo taken up ijuite profits
lily without having to teacn.
The cut published herewith was
kindly forwarded to the Herald by
Mr. Price. In each of the schools
are properly equipped gymnasiums.
Besides being of service in school athletics, various lo:ol organizations,
such as the Boy Scouts, Community
Club and other similar bodteB make
use of these at various times. In order to get the opportunity of visiting
here the Eureka schools wen; not closed on Armistice Day but instead the
holiday was taken on Friday.
Mr. Price extended a cordial invitation to Miss Woodland and her staff
lo visit Eureka at any time.
Bruce Robinson
Teacher of MunIc
Studio: Baker St., Cranbrook
Phona IM
RQBIiiSQN'S QRCHESTRA-DANCES ARRANGED FOR
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
ol Canada Limited
OmCU, BHBLTINO AND REFINING DEPARTMENT
TRAIL,   MITIHII   COLUMBIA
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
PirekMonof Sold, Slim, Copper, Lead ft Zinc Orel
Producer* ot Sold. Sllter, Copper, Pig Lead and Zlue
•TADA1UC" BRAND
Vancouver, — it la estimated thnt
during 1023, 800,000 tourists visited
Vancouver and from which n revenue
nf $24,000.(1(10 was derived, ns com
pared with 700,000 and a revenue of
$20,000,000 in 191!... In 1910 leas than
2.000 autos entered British Columbia
In 1920 tbe number had risen to 18,-
424; in 1922 to 28,284. these cabling
from Washington. California. Oregon,
Montana, Idaho and other stntes. More
autos arrived from New York alone
(bun from all Canada cast of Winnipeg.
If Stomach is
Troubling You
Instantly I End Indlgention or
Stomach Misery With
"Pape's Dlapepsln"
As Boon &b you cat a tablot or two
of "Papa's Dianopsln" your Indigestion Is gono Heavy pain, heartburn,
flatulence, gosses, palpitation or any
misory trom a sour, acid stomach
inula. Correct your stomach and dilution tor a few cents. Each pack
art guaranteed by druggist.
Chewing Com nnd Books      '
For every dollar spent on books,
the statistics show. $27.00 Is apent on
chewing gum. No doubt, but then It
must be remembered that one can
borrow books.
Finds Vicks Good
For Colds
Winnipeg Mother Tells of Ex-
porlence With External
Ynporlzlng Salve
The quick, direct treatment for
children's coughs and colds Is an
application of Vicks over throat and
chest at bedtime.
Not only Is Vicks nbs.rbed through
tho skin, but Its healing vapors of
Camphor, Menthol. Eucalyptus. Tur-
peut'no, etc.. aro breathed alt night
long directly into the affected air
passages. Relief usually comes by
morning.
Just as good, too, for the cold
troubles of adults and for cuts, burns
and bruises.
Mrs. W. Simpson of 290 Arnold
Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba, says:
"I put a llttlo Vicks on tho cheat of
■one of my children to see if It would
have any effect on stopping his cough
as he always coughs so much when
ho takes a cold. His cough wafl stopped right away. I also did the same
with my little girl and the results
wero the sumo. I urn pleased to find
something to check the awful cough
that my children seem to get and
loosen up tholr colds so quickly."
At all drug stores 50a a jur. For a
free test size package write Vlck
Qhomical Co., 344 St. Paul St., W„
Montreal, P.Q.
Though Vicks ls new In Canada It
baa a remarkable sale In the States.
Over 1? million Jan used yearly.
Messrs. J. Jones and B. Johnson
were present at the meeting In Lumberton last Friday night when hockey
activities were discussed, Oa behalf
of the local club J. Jones explained
the proposed plans for the amalga-
union of the hockey talent, the two
towns not being able to put a strong
competing team on the Ice; this it
was explained, was recognized as legal by the amateur body, the ruling
applying to two small towns in (he
samo district. While those present
were of the opinion that this plan
would create Interest and be beneficial
to both places, the matter was held
in abeyance for the period of a week
in order that the proposition might be
ons file red by others Interested, who
were not present at the meeting.
Mrs. S. G. Clark was hostess on
lust Thursday afternoon to a large
party of young people, the occasion
being iu honor of Thomas Clark,
whoso birthday occurred on that date.
The afternoon was spent, in gumes
and contests, enjoyed by all, and the
boys vote Ihis particular birthday
celebration a real success. Those
present were: Harry Ireland. Bobby
Legged, Alex Yager, George Tanner,
Harold Johnson, Johan Pederson, Joe
Taylor, George Quick, Billy Tanner,
Bud Charters, and Jack Held.
Miss Muriel Baxter of Cranbrook.
spout Saturday In Wycliffe. the guest
or Miss A. Reekie. •■
The second meeting of the Women's
Social Club was held this week when
the members gathered together at the
home of Mrs. It. Fleming on Friday
evening.
There is little or no dangfr of nuy
outbreak of scarlet fever, for although1
one case has been reported, all possible precautions have been taken ami
an examining physician is expected at
the school during the week. I
Mr. Frank Charters takes the honor
of being the first local hunter to get
his deer, but competition has been
aroused by his prowess. The writer
noticed Bob Trew in campaign attire'
last Monday. Bob not only packed a
gun, but also a mean and purposeful
glare, the kind that gets results. We
are Informed that he has a couple of
weeks at his disposal so expect a Dan
Boone revival.
Several flocks of geese hare been
seen on St Marys prairie during the
past week, and much ammunition has
been wasted on the empty air as a
result for, In spite of persistent efforts
of local shot-gun experts nary a goose:
has graced the table.
Bruno Bourgeolse met with a pain-
ful accident on Friday last when hej
sustained a fractured wrist, compelling him to give up work for a time.
Skating has commenced In Wycliffe,
there being a large sheet of Ice near
the H. McClure farm;several parties
of enthusiasts have taken advantage
of the early opportunity.
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THE
Otis Staples Lumber Co.,
Limited
Manufacturers all Kinds of Lumber
Pine, Fir, and Larch
SI,All WOOD
SPECIAL ATTENTION LOCAL ORDERS
HIGH CLASS MILL WORK
Enquiries Promptly Dealt With
MILL OFFICF-: & YARD
Wycliffe, B.C.
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NATIVE SONS FOIUI  LODGE
iContlnued from I'ase One)
of    all
their aim the advance
things Canadian.
A. C, Bowness mentioned the doplo* \
able fact thnt many businesses were
being lost by Canadians to those ol other birth, while J. F. Huchcrofl tell
lhat Canada was not being made a
place for Canadians to live in. ami
ibis was the reason so many are von .
ilnuously leaving the country.
L. P. Sullivan was of the opinion
there were many worthy objects to be
attained, as an example the odopUoi
of ii national hymn. While there > >
but one version of the American National Anthem, there were dozens of I
renderings of "Oh, Canada," and other supposed national h) tons The
census of Canada made no provision
for noting the fact that one was a Ca
nadlan. One might have Canadian
born ancestors for generations but
they could not be noted as am h,
English, Irish, Scotch or French, ai -
cording to the nationality ol their
forbears
The meeting passed a vote of thanks
to Mr. Dortnan tor the Interest he had
1 taken in tho formation ot the bran h
of the order here, and for his attendance at the meeting.
j .Mr. Dor man. who is president of the
i Grandview Ixidge. Vancouver, in re-
| ply said It was a pleasure to be of
any assistance to the cause.
Brewacup of Celery King
a "tea" of Nature'sown herbs and
root*, — thu fmfst laxative and
blood purifier you canget. lteent-
ly cleanse* tbe tystfrn of all Ira-
purities, bani-thes headache a, etc.
3ueandt>0cpa>.'Uget. at druggists,
A Croupy Cough
brings dread to the mother's heart.
Por safety's ink**. ke*-p a buttle
of Shiioh, the old time remedy, at
hand. A very few drops makes
the cough easier atones, and taken
regularly gives complete relief.
&*. 60c snd $1 20   All druggists.
SHIL0H
r FOR
COUGHS
Calgary - It U practically certain
thai trom oO to TO thousand dollars
will be spent next summer on the re-
constructlon ol the road from Calgary
ui Banff, and from 1800,000 to one million dollars on four other roada In
Alberta, accoraing to C. A. Davidson
i hiel   engineer  and  chairman  of the
ghwaya commission.
SHIPMENTS OF ORE TO
THE TRAIL SKELTER
Jean Child's Bowels with
"California  Fig Syruo"
It is reported that five widows have
put In claims for the estate of Francisco Villa, the revolutionary leader In
Mexico, who was shot recently. It Is
remarkable that Mr. Villa was not shot
before.
Following is a statement of ore received at the Trail Smelter during tbe
period November 8th to 14th Ini lu-ive.
Name of Mine and Locality. Tons
Alamo Mill, Alamo. B.C  .-il
Silversmith, Sandon. B.C. (zinc)  .. S3
(lead) ,.99,
Van Roi. Silverton, B.C 95
Em-irald, Salmo. B.C  .r/J,
Ruth, Sandon. B.C  36
Knob Hill. Republic. Wash 187
Lone Pine Surprise
Last Chance. R public. Wash. ,.283
Quilp. Republic, Wash   Tl ,
Company Mines     8112
Total
SOTl!
Ready-built bungalows are included
In the B.C. exhibit which was shipped
to the British Empire Exhibition
recently.
Calgary.—Hon. Chas. Stewart, minister of the Interior, announces that
1000 young buffalo will be taken from
the big park at Walnwright, Alta . and
turned loose in the north in the region
where wood buffalo are found. This
step will remove the necessity of
slaughtering to reduce the fust growing herd at Walnwright
Hurry ?dother, even a fretful peevish child loves the pleasant taste of
"California Fig Syrup" and it never
fails to open the bowels. A teaspoonful todry may prevent a sick child
tomorrow.
Ask your druggist for genuine
"California Fig Syrup" which hfifl
directions for babies and children of
all ages printed on bottle. Mother!
You most say "California" or you
may get an imitation fig syrup.
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J PAGE SIX
TIIE   CRANBROOK   HERALD
Friday, NOvemllor L'.'lrd, 1923
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"Messrs. Harry McCoubrey aud Jim
Vigors were Cranlironk visitors over
the week-end.
spitul ;il Cn
Yahk.
broi
attended by Dr.
nd is now in the
j A near tragedy was enacted the other day when utile Elaine Bnum, vent-
1 urtng on too thin ice on the mill pond
broke through.   A sensational rescue
i was attempted by young Jack Williams ,who, Hough 111 the water him*
self, hung onto lhe l.i'le girl, au.i
yelled with might am] main for assistance, till Bill Pereival came along
iMrs. 1*. P, 1-ierlc is visiting Mr. and|with il Plke-nolo and rescued the two
Mrs. Brock Mnrkle of Bull River.
Dick Jarvis of the C.P.R. mill staff
was in Bull River on business lust
week, returning to Yahk on Sunday,
I youngsters.
Jim Crow o£ Cranbrook, but former- j Our old friend, Paul Kliueslivcr,
ly of Yahk, was iu town on business 'was iu Yahk on Sunday last, en route
last, Friday, returning to Cranbrook to Spokane, lie says his teeth need
on Saturday's train. attention again, but wc nil know Paul.
Carl  Idcrsiroiu  visited Crnnbrook j
hist Sunday to have his leg attended
to hy the doctor.
-
A well known Kootenay logger, In
the person of Wm, McMillan lias left!
Yahk, never to return.   While Biigag-1
ed at skidding work for J. G. Johnson J
at camp  11.  lie  wns struck on  the:
side of the head by a small piece of
flying  rock   from  a  blasting  charge,!
and  killed]  instantly.    The  remains
havo been forwarded for Interment to
Beechy,  Saskatchewan, the home of
his parents.
While skidding at camp IC workings, Hugh McGrandle managed to
get his feet tangled up in the skidding chain, with the result that he
waa dragged for a number of yards by
his frightened horses, sustaining
painful  injuries  about the head  and
To provide a Christmas treat for the
children, Mrs. Shaw is soliciting subscriptions from all Yuhk residents. If
you haven't done your little bit to
make tho kiddles happy at Christmas
lime, do it now.
1-Ton, Dr, Sutherland, minister of
public works, according to the Nelson
News, has promised to complete the
provincial highway. We sincerely
hope ho will not overlook the Yahk
section of the road.
What Bill Stewart and a few other
enterprising hunters say of the Yahk
hunting district is not to he repeated.
Wo are under the impression, however, that they are now waiting for
the snow to appear before tramping
miles on end in a vain attempt to
shoot il deer.
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THIS fine mixed bag, illustrative of the variety and quantity of
game in the Laurentian mountains, Quebec, fell to Mr. John
IBasler, of Mont Holland, when shooting recently in the neighborhood
cf Ste. Agathe.   All was over by 10 a.m., nfter a few hours' sport.
Mr. Basler gets his quota of two fine deer regularly every fall,
generally on his first day, and has no complaints, as is quite evident
by hit expression in the photograph.
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CRANBROOK MEMBER
I>   THE   DEBATE
(Continued from I'age One)
long-suffering industry were not very
creditable to the present administration. Just because certain companies
wore Increasing their plants does not
cover the situation. Just because Eaton's or Simpson's Increase their pro-
mis;s does not call tor any prediction
that the whole commerce of Cauada is
in ii nourishing condition, claimed Mr.
Wallinger .s n matter of fact the
country has last practically nil of iis
prospectors while additional burdens
in the matter of taxutlou nre fust lie-
cotnlng unbearable, Tbe Cranbrook
member made it plain thai ho had no
i grind ngoiust the porsonoll df
v. iitni'iit I ni ii was a facl that
outside capital was afraid to embark
ui any schemes in consequence of tlte
incoi'talniy In regard '" new leglsla-
iou.
Before the government will rondor
my assistance to a company it requires to see a mine fully developed
ml operating, Mr, Walllnger could
iot recall a single change of ownership of a mine In his district during
the present regime, u situation that
thoroughly points out the unsatisfactory state of affairs,
Too Many IN-lrli'linn-
Mr. Walllnger informed the House
thai he had beon waited upon hy tbe
prospectors thai are left iu his
district and others connected with the
mining industry, that all the amend'
monts and additions nud restrict ions
io the Milling ami associate nets
should be completely wiped out.    Not
until then, he claimed, would tho foreign investor be anxious in locate in
British Columbia. The old act wns aim
pie and good, and well understood.
Tho speaker suw no hope of a strong
return of mining interest under such
conditions. Mr. Walllnger also appealed thnt easemenl of say 33% per
cent., reduction In the net income of a
mining company he made a speclfli
and general reduction under section
K" of section 44 of lhe act. Such at.
easement was in force In two other
provinces and iu nine of tho States.
Turning to the matter of roads, the
member for Cranbrook referred to the
work performed In the Windermere
country where he had applied for assistance to put a rood 2C miles long
and a trail Hi miles long, iu shape.
Such a request had been answered by
the munificent sum of $200, This was
in a district where a huge sum of
money had been spent in lhe building
of a rond entirely for tourist traffic,
This. Mr. Walllnger claimed, was the
situation in Eastern British Columbia
where tbe government, appeared to be
doing its best to stillle the mining industry which promises to be the largest In the province once the timber is
cut out.
The same spirit seems to govern
the department of public works in
giving very little consideration to the
real settlers and all for the tourists,
ontended Mr, Walllnger, who stated
that the government appeared bent In
building a new road on the west side
of Windermere Lake even though there
is a perfectly good road on the east
side. An appropriation of $1000 had
been set aside for a survey of this
proposed work where very few settlers aro located. This was nothing
but wasteful extravagance, ho claimed,
and  was  tlie opposite of a  safe and
ne administration.
A an in si Personal Property Tux
Mr. Walllnger appealed for the abolition of the personal property lax
which was working a hardship on tho
legitimate business men of tbe country whereas the small alien business
men who kept no books, wore able to
scape scot free.
The Crnnbrook member asked the
government whether any increases in
salaries were contemplated for civil
servants, as provided for in the statutes. There was discontent in the
service, claimed Mr. Walllnger, who
claimed the esprit de corps was lacking owing to long service and trusted
officials losing the right of advancement by persons, friendly to the administration, being placed at the head
of affairs when a vacancy occur
r
TIi.h advertisement is not published or d.splnyctl liy the lAt\w
Control Board or by Hit1 Government uf British Columbia.
Voyoulnow
that you can
pcmalntyl
It'l to; nlso that
biibicit grow up,
sometimes, to be
very beuutiful   ,,
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Irvin S. Cobb   'V/> ' . Mj
knew- he wrote A /■%'    "il i
the  heart*-grip
ping sti.it y.
Everybody loves
Cobb's stories—
everybody will
want to see this
picture.
Viola Dana
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The $5 Bal$?
from
Irvin S. Gobb'a celebrated
story of a heart In hock
Instructive Talks
or, Girls Work
C. (•!. I. T. Worker Addresses
Meetings in City Last
Wcek-End
hi a manner both pleasant and
shewing hor to be thoroughly at home
with bor subject Miss Fountain, ot
Vancouver, field secretary of the Re-
iiv.ii.iis ICduc.it Lu Council of B.C., explained the work uml alms of the C.
G.l.T, (Cuuadlun Glrld In Training)
chilis io ^ largo congregation in tbe
Methodist chinch on BUtlday evening,
.v number of tbo girls of the local
group of this comparatively new or-
Bt'iihtatlt n look purl iu tho service
MIbh Aubrey McKowuil gave u very
appropriate reading. Miss Q, MePar*
I ana a vocal solo, and their choir ren
dor'od an enjoyable selection,
in ro view lug tbe work of the r.t).I
T, tho speaker told how seven years
ago tueuibor. of live protostaut denominations rcall/dug Mint n threat
gap existed boi ween tbo Sunday school
and the church, In which the young
girls were being losl to the churches
decided that something must bo dune
to preserve the coming congregations
As it was necGscary to replant the forest, so il wus necessary to see thut
slops wero I si ken lo .safeguard tbe
girls from growing influences that
lended to rob them from the church
Tho originators of ihe piosorit organization decided that the work should
ho done for the girls by the girls. It
ivns to be amongst tbo teen age girls
im at this stage they were starting out
.is it wore on the highway of life and
also during thla period were more
readily molded for good or bad. The
ideal that wan set was that of Christ
—lbe four-fold life—so the work of
the local groups; Is devoted to the
spiritual, physical, intellectual and
mclal well being of its members.
The speaker pointed out the responsibility of the older ones—the
mothers, and others.
The girl is quite right in claiming,
"What 1 am is what you are to me"
and the older ones, therefore, should
strive to be suitable patterns to the
younger ones. The girls needed tbe
help of mothers for they were but the
older wiser little girls wh'j bad gone
he fore.
To the mothers present, the speaker
gave counsel not to be discouraged.
Oirls of the teen ago are peculiar,
thoy are 'betwixt and between', they
don't understand. They will not ask
advice but will grope around In the
dark ns it wore. This is also known
;is the "adore" stage, where the girl
seeks an idol. Sometimes it is mother,
sometimes an older girl. It is Important, therefore, that the one whom
they are copying be true nud not fail
them. Tho mother should not be discouraged if a girl appears awkward
and undemonstrative, it was but natural, Never discourage her by ro
minding hor of It; she would como
through it all right.
"We are building every day a tern
pie that the world may not see, but
wo ore building for eternity," conelu*
led Miss Fountain.
At the conclusion of her address
tho pastor expressed his thanks to
Miss Fountain for reminding them of
their responsibilities and to the lenders who are so effectively pointing
out the way. Mr. Freeman also made
.in appeal for an earnest furtherance
of lhe work.
The C.O.I.T, has lt»5 groups in B.C.
with -000 members and in the dominion there nre ItiOO groups with a membership  of .,0,000.
TIIE CORPORATION OF
THK  CITY  OF  CRANBROOK
By-Law No. 233,
A Hy-Law to provide for the  bor-
4.—The Debentures shall bear ante
of tho First day of December,
1923, und shall be made payublo ou
the First day of December, 1938,
iu lawful money of Canada
at      tbe     ofllce    of    the     City
rowing of Six Thousand Dollars tor) Clerk of the City of Cranbrook,    in j
the    purpose    of    purchasing    Lots I Cranbrook aforesaid, or at tbe office j
Seven to Eleven inclusive, lu Block \ ot th
141 In the City of Cranbrook,     and
erecting   u    Curling Rink as an addition to tiie present Arena Kink.
WHEREAS it  Is expedient to borrow the said sum of    Six    Thousand
Imperial Bank of Canada at
Toronto, Ontario, which said places {
of payment shall be designated by the
said debentures, nud sluill havo attached to them coupons for payment
of Intel eat and the signatures to tbo
Dollars (1(0,000) for tha purpose j jahl coupons may be either written,
aforesaid. stamped, printed or lithographed.
AND WHEREAS the amount of rate- j 5.— Tlie said debentures shall bear
able laud and Improvements ut the Interest at tho rate of Six,
City of Cranbrook, according to tho (6%) por centum per annum
last revised assessment roll Is Ono from the dulo thereof which Interest
million, seven hundred and eighty' shall be payable annually at the said
thousand, six hundred dollars office of the't'ity Clerk of the City of
($l,tti0,ti00,00), Cranbrook In Cranbrook aforesaid or
AND WHEREAS it will be neces- at the office of the Imperial Bank of
sary to raise annually the sum of j Canada, at Toronto, Ontario, lu
two hundred and ninety-nine dollars  lawful    money   of Canada   ou     tho
MAIL CONTRACT
SEALED TENDERS, addressed to
the Postmaster General, will be received nt Ottawa until noon on Friday,
tho 14th duy of December, 1923, tor
the conveyance of His Majesty's Malls,
on a proposed Contract for four years,
lour limes per week ou the route between Cranbrook, and Fort Steele
Railway Station, from the Postmaster
Qoneral'a pleasure.
Printed indices containing further
information as to conditions of pro
posed Contract mny be seen and blank
forms of Tender mny bo obtained nt
the Post Offices ot Cranbrook and
F rt Steele, B.C., and nt the offlce of
tho District Superintendent of Postal
Service.
J. F. MURRAY,
District Superintendent
District Superintendent's Office,
Vancouver, B.C.
Nov. 3rd, 1923 39-40
USE
RAZ-MAH
Coming To Stnr Theatre Wednesday
and Thursday November 28 & 29
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RAZ-MAH
GUARANTEED ROOT  ""
and sixty-four cents ($290.64) to form
a sinking fund for the payment of the
debt ami lhe sum of three hundred und
sixty dollars (300.00) Tor the payment
of interest thereon, making In ull the
sum of six hundred aud fifty-nine dollars ami sixty-four cents ($liii9.tUj
to be raised annually for tlu* payment
of the debt and interest,
AND WHEREAS the present debenture indebtedness of the City of Cranbrook other than debenture indebtedness for works of locul improvement
and for school purposes ls Throe hundred and sixty-four thousand four
hundred and sixty-two dollars and
ninety-five cents  ($364,462.95).
AND WHEREAS the value of the
water and electric light systems owned by the Municipality amounts to
the sum ot One hundred and eighty
thousand two hundred   and   five dol-
First day of December during thej
currency thereof and it shall bo'
expressed in said debentures and coupons to ho so payable,
11.—It shall bo lawful for the Mayor
of the said Corporation to negotiate
and sell the said Debentures.
7.—During the currency of the said
Debentures there shall be raised und
levied iu each year by special rate
sufficient therefore on all the rateable
land or lands and improvements lu
the said Municipality the sum of three
hundred and sixty dollars ($360.00)
for the payment of interest on the said
Debentures and the sum of two hundred and ninety-nine dollars and six-
ty-four cents ($..99.04) for the purpose of creating a sinking fund for the!
payment of the debt represented by j
the said debentures, making In all the
sum of six hundred    und    fifty-nine
Is What Tliey All Bay About
FRAMES
lUtKAD— PIES'—CAKE
nnd PASTRY
PHONE 87
AND WE WILL CALL
The Home Bakery
NORIUIRY AYR.
lars and fifty-three  cents   ($180,205.-] dollars and sixty-four cents ($659.ti4).
53). i     8.—This  By-Law  shall  take  effect
AND WHEREAS the said sum    of  on aud after the First day of Decem-
Six thousand dollars t $6,000.00) is
tbe amount of tiie debt which this By-
Law is intended to create.
NOW THEREFORE the Municipal
Council of the Corporation of the Clly
of Crnnbrook In Council assembled
enacts  as  follows:
t.—It shall and may be lawful for
the Mayor of the Corporation of the
City of Cranbrook to borrow money
upon tho credit of tho said Corporation by way of debentures hereinafter
mentioned from any person or persons
body or bodies corporate, who may be
Willing to advance the same as a loan
a sum of money not to exceed In the
whole tbe sum of Six Thousand
Dollars ($6,000) and cause such
sum so raised or received to be
paid into the hands of the Treasurer
of the said Corporal ion for tlie purpose and with the object hereinbefore
stated.
2.—The Council is hereby authorized to piirojhusc Lots Seven to
Eleven I n c 1 u 8 lv e in Block
141, and build thereon uu addition ta
the present Arena Rink nt a sum not
ixceedlng Six Thousand Dollars
($6,000.00)
.1.- -It shall be lawful for the Mayor
of the said Corporation to cause any
bor. 1023.
9.—This By-Law may be cited for
all purposes as the Arena Rink Addition By-Law, 1923.
Read a first, second nnd third time
ou tho Uth day of November, 1923.
Received the assent of the electors
on the 	
Reconsidered and finally passed aud
adopted on the day of A.D.
1923.
Mayor
City Clerk
I certify tlio above to be a true copy
of the original by-law as passed by
the municipal council if tho Corporation of the City of Crnnbrook.
Dated the day of
Clerk to the Municipality
of tho City of Cranbrook.
I HEREBY CERTIFY the above is a
true copy, without erasure or interlineation of the by-luw registered on
the day of A.D,. 1923, In the
ofllce  of the  County Court or Eact
Kootenny, holden al Cranbrook.
TAKE NOTICE that the above is a
true colly of tho proposed By-Law up-
number of debentures to be made. ex-|on wl.u,h „,e votL, nr ,he Electors of
ecuted and issued for such sum orj.,     .,    , ,   ..^      ,,*.*...
,    ' the  Municipality wilt  be  taken    on
sums as may he required for the pur-1
pose and object aforesaid nol exceed-\Fm^ lno 2I"" i"s"""' brtwPcn the
ing. however, tho sum ot Six TIioub- I hours of 10 a.m. local time and 8 p.m.
unci dollars  ($(1,000.00), nnd each of local time at Ihe City Hall, Norbury
the debentures being ot the deiiomln- j Avenue, Cranbrook, B.C.
ation of not less than one   hundred 'f ,, „,  ntinQgqa
dollars (J100.00) anil all such debentures shall bo sealed with tbe seal
of the Corporation and signed by the
Mayor and Treasurer thereof.
City Clerk.
Cranbrook, B.C.
November 15th, 1923.
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friends in tomorrow, and would
like yon to send mo some of thnt
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Wo .Ire Sow Serving
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Headnnnrtevs for
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Special:
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|tar50ital feeling Carhs
There Is Not Any Too Much Time
HE WELL ADVISED AM) place voir oiideiis eaiii.y
-*|UkERSONAI, GREETING CARDS
■*JP| are impressive missives of GOOD
**1P'CHEER and intimate friendly
wishes for the Christinas Season.
They are nol only nn easy and pleasant solution to the gift problem but
receive true sincere appreciation from
friends and relations everywhere.
This year The Herald has an entirely new stock of Greeting Cards, very
much more complete than in past
years.
They are charming creations ot
Christmas art, including many produced from steel dies and copper plate.
The greetings are gems of Christmas
and New Year wishes, expressing in a
delightful style thoughts for the Holiday season.
DELIVERY CAN BE HAH
PRICED
Printed artistically with greeting
and name nnd address of Bender tlleae
cards can be supplied at Irom $1.7". up.
Printed wllh greeting only these
cards can be supplied al from *P1.00 In
$2.50 a dozen.
Scatter sunshine with Personal
Greeting Cards this Christmas Tliey
mean so much and cost so.littlo,
We never have been able to supply
Greeting Cards of this high quality al
so low a price before.
Our stock is large and the selection
Ihe best we've ever handled.
DON'T WAIT. Friday, November 23rd, 1023
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Meg   to   alinoanee   to   llielr
many former lady patrons that
Ihey are again limiting a apec-
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yes Lifeless Neglected Hair
An abundance
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full of gloss,
Biennis and life
shortly follows a
genuine toning up
of neglected
6calps with dependable "Danderlne"
falling hair, itching scalp and the
dandruff is corrected Immediately.
Thin, dry, wispy or fading hair is
quickly invigorated, taking ou new
strength, color and youthful beauty.
"Danderlne" is delightful on the hair
a refreshing, stimulating tonic—not
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CHILDREN COME TO CANADA ON MACIC CARPET
V*
CunodattSlm^
TRACK  HARK
REGISTERED
73
DlCk   ANDEOSOM STUDIES CGMC%SS
UKSP1TE the furt that the Cann.
dian I'm/if ic i» the greatest
transportation ityatem In the wnrlil.it
finds It wise nml profitable tu Rive
Individ il attention tn any little
children who may h* consigned tn
its care.
The war broke up families mul
left orphans in nil European countries. Many of these are nuw bohijj
transported to friends and relatives
in the United Sink's and Canada,
In most cases there i« little money,
the actual nassnge being all that
can be raised, so tlu-re is no question of ii companion for the child
Here is where ihi> great Canadian
Pacific becomes nurse, companion
'haperon or guardian fu. the youth
tin travellers, transporting them
from theli homes to the port of embarkation, looking after their com*
fnrt and welfare on board ship und,
finally, delivering them safi and
sound to their destinations in Canada or America. These children, aa
n rule, are cheerful kiddies who soon
work their way into the hearts of
their fellow travellers who are generally eager to smooth the paths before the childish feet
Above are shown some of the little folks who have recently crossed
tlie Atlantic alone Kt ill, Her?., an
11-year-old boy, tru veiled from his
home in Usullug on the Russian-
Austrian border '■ Milwaukee T".e
company's auonl ut Warsaw accom
panied nun in rtiiiwurp, whence lit
sailed un the S.S. Metagama. A
very interesting passenger came
over on an August run of the S.S.
"Mellta," u little HM.-year-old Armenian ruifugee, who is to become
tin* adopted --ion of western Canadian farmers, a marvellous chang*
Crow jWiijiy tu plenty Dick An-
dfireon, the hoy heing shown the
working of the compass by Captain
Landy of the S.S. "Molita," was tbe
youngest member of a party of
boys sent from England to the Dr.
Barnado's Home (a North Toronto,
Ontario, where waifs from London
are given education, a comfortable
living nnd become worthy Canadian
citizens.
A Scotch lassie. Rita Tiffe? of
Dundee, Scotland, boasts of many
trophies won hy her nimble 9-year-
old heels. She owns 4 silver cups
and 21 medals won at dancing, and
gave much pleasure to all passengers on a reeeni voyage of the S.S.
"Montclare," by executing lfi different dances on bur way nut to
Canada.
SYNOPSIS OF
LANDACTIElMENiS
PRE-EMPTIONS
Vacant,      unreserved,      surveyed
Crown lands may be pre-empted b-.
.ititli-.i subjects over IS years of ago,
ami by aliens un declaring lntenttoi
io become British subjects, con li
tional upnii residence, occupation
and Improvement for agriculture
purposes,
Pull Information concerning regulations i ognrdlng pre-emptions l ■
given In Bulletin No, 1, Land Sprier1
"llow to Pre-empt Land,'" copies o
which can he obtained rroo < f charj
by addressing the Department u
Lands, Victoria, B.C., or to any Gov
tinifit'iit Agent.
Kecurds will be granted eovcrlm
only land aulinble for Dgricultura
purposes, and which is not ilmb.li
lanU. I.e., carrying over 6,000 bnun
feet per acre west of the Coast Rai g<
mid H.euo feet per acre east of thai
Range.
Apirlit'ai.ons for pre-emptions an
to be addressed tt> the Land Com
missloner of the Land Recording Dl
vision, in which tho land applied foi
is situated, and are made on prlnte
forms, copies of whuli can be oh
talned from the Lami Commissioner
Pre-empt Ions must be occupied tot
five years ami Improvements imMli
to value *if |io per acre, IheHnl.ni
olearing and cultivating al leaei iti
acres, before a Crown Grunt can h
received,
For more detailed Information sei
the Bulletin "Ho« i" Pre empl
Und."
PURCHASE
Applications are received fur pur
chase tit vacant and unreserve*
Crown lands, not being tlmbei Innd
for agricultural purposes; mlnlmun
price of flrst-olass (arable) land Is ((
per acre, and second class (grafting)
land |S,B0 per acre. Further Infoi
inatlon regarding purchase or Ions'
•>r Crown lands Is glvon in Bulleth
No. io, Land Series. "Purchase ane"
Lease ot Crown Lands "
Mill, factory, or Industrial site** an
Umber land, not exceeding 40 acres
may be purchased or leaeed, the conditions Including payment ot
■tumpsge,
HOMESITE   LEASES
Uniurveyed areas, not exceeding 2<
acres, may be leased as homes!tol
i iiiitliiUuini upon a dwelling being
erected In the iirst year, title being
obtainable   after   residence   arid   im-
provcmenl conditions   are    fulfilled
uml land him been surveyed.
LEASES
For crazing and   Industrial    pur*
puses areas not exceeding two ncrei
may he leased by one person  or a
company.
GRAZING
Under tho Orulng   Act  the  PlOV*
Im-o ls divided Into grating district!
mid tlie range ndmlnletcred under n
G razing Commissioner. Annii il
grating pei mils are Issued based "ll
numbers ranged, prlorltj being given
to established owners, Block-ownera
may form associations for rnngi
management,   Free, or partially fre^
permits arc available for BOttleil
campers und travellers, up to t>|
head.
GOVERNMENT CARS
AT LISTER R0J) IT
HAXD803EE BttT*
(Special to the Herald)
Vicloria, Nov. li.—Uoveinmeul owned cars in the Camp Lister area are
eating up money on repair bills according to Information obtained by
Colonel Fred Lister, member for Kaslo, in Ihe Legislature now sit tins.
Between  1920 and  October  1 Of this
CRANBROOK VOTERS'
LIST SHOWS INCREASE
OVER LAST YEARS'
There has been an Increase in the
voting strength of sonic of tlm cities
and towns of the Kootenay, as shown
in the compilation of the last provincial voters' lis!*-., according to the figures recently given oui at Victoria.
The whole of iho lists for the province total 166,078 names, as against a
The Miraculous
Christmas Gift
year the Creston Service (limine have total laal year of 171,677.     Iii 11120.
charged the government no less than however, when the lisis were coninle-
J5.5SS.21  tor  llio hire or  repair of led, the vciiint Blrongtti ot tho nrov-
cars.   The departments involved were Ince was niven as 201,364.
Lands, Agriculture and Public Works.     In lhe Kootenny district the figures
 *^*  ic i'  the   11*2:1   lists  are  given  as  I'ol-
A. B. Trltes, who has been spending lows: Cranbrook IM.'.S: Fernie 2571;
several weeks al the Premier mine nt Orand Porks 10S4; Greenwood 83S;
Stewart B.C., arrived homo this morn- Kaslo riding 1755: llosslantl SOOj
Ing.—Fernie Free Press. I Trail SliTT; Nelson 22.",."..
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preventive. Kxperience has taught them tr
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It's a very nice thing to make a
gift Unit will please all the members
of (he family. A box of cumly will do
thut or a crate ot fruit. Hut usually
soma one in thai family gets the lion's
,share. That is not possible when the
gift is n subscription to Hie Youth's
Companion. H is like Hut fabulous
pitcher of milk of the Greeks; though
everyone drunk deep the pitcher m
mtitnod full. Everyone has a lion's
•liare in the good things of The Companion; everyone skims his own
cream, yet theie la iho very choicest
cream left for the next comer. What
bolter Christmas proBenl can you make
than a periodical with such fabulous
powers of dividing its pleasure among
a dozdh nnd yet keeping it all intact.
Subscribe now and receive:
1. Tho Youth's Companion—52 is-
nues lu 1924.
2, All the remaining issues in 1923.
:t. The Companion Home Calendar
for 11*24.
4. Ur   Include   McOallB   Magazine
tho  monthly  authority on   fashions.
Both publications only $3.50.
THB YOUTHS COMPANION
Commonwealth Avenue and  St. Paul
Streei, Boston, Mass.
Subscriptions received at the Herald
Special clubbing offers for the
Youth's Companion or McCall's with
tbo Crnnbrook Herald from now till
tbe end of 1924.
Judge—Twenty years' hard labor.
Prisoner—All right. All I have to
say in thai you are mighty liberal
with another man's time."
lhe Cull lo Arms
Ho  (solicitously)   Hadn't you. belter put something round you?
She: Hadn't you?
ESLING MAKES
NOT A KM, srKKI II
(Continued  from  l*age  one)
the King's speech of  1920, in which
tlie government Bald, "Valuable Infor-j
milium respecting n roasiblo route toj
connect lhe coasl and Interior part..
oi  the trans-provincial highway. baBJ
b eu  assembled,  permitting  dec!
ut the route in lie . otooted and
undertaking of early const ruction of
this important link."
Por one hour Mr. ISallng reviewed
the personal and persistent blocking
tactics of tbi' Premier, us minister of
railways, who advised tho Hohbo thai
ho would  linve an audit  made
his  address," said  Mr.   Beting, "the
Premier seems lo assume Hull all tlie
criticism about, tho government's sins
nf omission ami rommissiun, are a reflection on tils personal honor. "I do
mil  believe," Baiil  Mr.  Esllug,
the Premier ever profited by one dril
lur personally,  on   public  exi
ures, but. this sob stuff aboul rollecl-
Ing on his honesty is merely a barrage
to divert public attention, Why shouhl-
t be in- honest?   Bul I do noi think
■ is any more lioneBl than any other
member, regardless of panrty. Tins
word "honest" is tho poorest asset
iho government has, Tlie people are
fed up with ii . Wlml thoy want is
action in reduced luxation and the
curtailing of extravagant und unwarranted expenditures." He thought
the concensus of opinion was thai the
Premier WOB not dishonest hut incompetent und incapable of holding
what he tells the peuple is the big-
goal job he ever bad and for wliich lie
says he Is lieing so well paid and
which lie does mil'Intend lo risk losing by an election.
Mr. ISallng said the government
made no reference in he King's speech
as to the future of the P.Q.E. it was
gratifying to loam thut tho loss In
operation had been reduced and tbe
revenues Increased, but tilts was t
be expected, since tbe physician who
look over the department «f railway:
applied the common sense cure of en
gaging the services of a practical
railway man as manager. The Premier, when minister of railways, slated ai tho session cf 1020 thai it
would cost four millions lo complete
und cijnlp the road lo Prince Qeorge.
Since then seven millions have been
spent and there nre still 40 miles to
go. Tho government said nt the second session it had $1,100.000 on band,
making it unnecessary to ask for further appropriations to complete the
line io Prince Qeorge. Sullivan, in
his report says II will cost two millions, who know-- with 116 miles to
no'.'
For the Tour years ended October,
1922, tbe operating losses of the P.C1.E.
under the Oliver-Buck worth regime
were $1,..OR,000 ■ Now comes the new
minister of railways who tells us that
tu the last year he hus reduced the
operating loss by ?2ti2,000 and increased the revenue by $52,000. "Let
me ask", continued the Rosslund
member, "if there could be any more
direct Indictment against llio Premier's incompetency lo fill what he
tells the people Is the biggest Job be
ever had, and for which lie says bo Is
being so well paid and which he says
he will ndl rlsl; losing, by an election.     The saving of $252,000 a year
es of $327,000 reflects
tetency of former manage-
Under
nourished?!
|The natural foodi
for babies when
mother's milk
fails is
Ikrrduii
EAGLE BRAND
CONDENSED MUX
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MONUMENTS
CAMPBELL   k   H1TCHII
MOMMENTAL   €0.
NtlMl
QUESTION  IW.IM;s OUT
PAYMENTS HADE OS
Pit EIGHT HATES CASE
Established 1S9S Phone in
Geo. R. Leask
PIONEER BUILDER
AM)   CONTRACTOR
Cabinet Work.   Picture Framinc
Estimates given on
all c!a»!«!» of work
i   Hfl'ire: Corner Norbury A»rnne
I and Edward* Street
\
Victoria. Nor. IT. ■ 0 Q McOeer,
K.C. former member for Richmond.
has recelrcd J25.OO0 for professional
fees aud $23,645 \- r disbursements,!
in connection with ]■'• appeal to the
Privy Council for ■ reduction of the
freight rates charges betwei n
coast and prairie points. An unascertained amount Is still i ■■ Ing ■ ■ Mr.
McQeer stated Premier Oliver it i Ij
to a question raised by Mr. Bowser
Forty-six million feel of unmanufactured lumber has been exported
from British Columbia, according to
a qiiestfan raised by Mr Hinehllffe
from Hon. Mr. Pattullo. minister of
lands.
Once a Liberal appointee, always a
Liberal civil servant, was brought out
when Hon. John Hart, minister of
finance, admitted to W. a McKenzle,
Slmlkameen, that William Turnbull,
formerly employed In the minister of
lands' offlce, had been employed with
P. n. Wiiile. Agent'Oeneral, in Lon-
lon. and bad since returned from England to enter the employ of the minister of lands .it a salary ot $260 a
month.
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.ue at a], susceptible lo coughs,
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■ *v. brtathtablt tablets lostaoiiy fill
■ ie .hest aaJ lutb'a ■*:;;. their healing
germicidal vapours. Tbeie strengthen
the air passage* and repe! germ-attack.
Pej» end the snuffling and sneering,
eexing, -orer.ess aad cough bc.ore
.. develop- ;n:o bronchitis or liangerous
.unc trouble    Peps -y* speedily effective
and vastly safer and betier than dan*
serous dtiig-laden mixtures or tablets
-.  ing harmful chemicals.
\%a preventive and remedy for coughs,
.dtandcli.).*. wbeeiinesi, hoarseness,
grippe, bronchi * and sore throat. Dotting can equal Pep*     Splendid also for
weak-cheated ch.'.,!rer, ar.! old fi ik. and
: reai bet   Mngeraaodpabli
Let me see," said tl e minister who
selling out ll ■ i ■ i ertifl-
cato and had forgotten the date.   "Is
Ihis the fifth?"
"No, Indeed," rati rted tho bride Indignantly, "he Is only my third."
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nruRBlsts also sell bottles of 24 and1
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British Columbia. PAGE EIGHT
THE   CRANBROOK   HERALD
Friday, November 23rd, 192S
CUPS and SAUCERS
We have received ANOTHER lilt. SHIPMENT of
Limoges & Aynsley
$1.00 up.
CUPS aud SAUCERS.
Prices from
— SICE ont WINDOW
SMART BAR-PINS
Perhaps no other article of Jewelry shares the all-round
usefulness of Ihe Bar Pin.
You will find some especially attractive offerings in
Smart New  liar Pins al
the GIFT SHOP
The Prices start at   $1.50
A. EARLE LEIGH
J E \V E L E R
Norhury Avenue - - Next Star Theatre
City Items of Interest
Insurance looks 'lie door before Hu
horse is stolen, Beale & Elwell hav
tho key for every Insurance lock.
! Miss M. I. Emslie who has heen
visiting in tho old country for the
post four iiiiinths returned to tlie city
on Saturday Inst. Ballater, Aberdeenshire, her brother's home, and other
places of old association, were visited
during her .stay.
Train No. 67 was delayed over two' Knox Church Ladies' Aid will hold
hours on Tuesday of this week owing their Annual Bazaar on December 8.
to the breaking of two "lungs" or Booths displaying all kinds of fancy
draw bars, one on a baggage car and work, useful articles, gifts for chil-
tho other on a first class coach. Tbe dren, etc., home made candy and
train was a very heavy one of eleven cooking for sale. Afternoon tea. Take
cars and the strain was apparently I this opportunity to buy your Christ-
UK) great, mas Cliffs. 38-40
!   FRESH FRUITS IN, READY
FOB Till: CAKES, 1'IES nnd PUDDINGS!
$2.15
JAP ORANGES now in. at $1.10 box or
shelled Walnuts, broken, per ll)	
Shelled Walnuts, halves, per lb	
Shelled Almonds, per lb	
Sultanas, per fb	
Sullanas,  Iu oz. package 	
Raisins, 1"> oz. package 	
Raisins, 5 lb. package 	
Orange Peel, per lb	
Lemon Peel, per lb	
Citron Peel, per lb	
Mixed Peel, per lb	
Cake Comforts, per Ih	
Fresh Tomatoes, per baske t	
Oranges, per dozen 40 .SO
Grape Fruit, each  	
Table Raisins, Spanish, per package  	
Snow Apples, Okanagan extra fancy, per box   ..
Tolman Sweet Apples, extra fancy, per box   .
Wagners, No. 1, per box	
Jonathan, Domestic pack, per box 	
Delicious, Fancy No. 1, per box   	
Spanish  Onions, 2 lbs  	
Emperor Grapes, per lb	
bundle
40*
60C
60C
20C
20C
20C
$1.00
40*
40C
60C
50C
50C
50C
and .60
20C
50C
$2.75
$2.50
$2.00
$1.75
$2.25
25c
30C
WITH EVER* $10.00 I'ASII ORDER we are giving a f
Coupon which entitles the Purchaser to ONE FREE J
10 x 11 PHOTO at Mr. Van Braam's Studio. |
These make Splendid Christmas Gifts, so hurry up, as the *
supply is limited. j
John MANNING
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il We'vc-Got-To-Get-Out-SALE NOTICE
< i
II   Our Sale is Still Continuing   ii
AIL THIS MONTH.
We have lately received shipments of goods which were
not mentioned In our first advertisements,
but we have priced them at sale prices.
ALTHOUGH WE ABE DOING A BIG BUSINESS, THE
STREAM OP OUR FALL GOODS IIASNT GIVEN US
MUCH CHANCE TO REDUCE OUR STOCK TO THE
POINT WHERE IT WILL BE MORE CONVENIENT
AT THE TIME WE ARE MOVING. THEREFORE
WE ABE FORGETTING PROFITS AND IN SOME
CASES TIIE ACTUAL COST.
If You haven't keen nt the Store during the Sale, don't
delay, an It means a Great Saving to the Buyer.
HAVE Villi IIOUGHT DURING THE SALE?
BUY MORE!
The more you Buy the more you Save
B. WESTON'S Store
Baker Street
4mtTTH+THmtmt+++T+++tT+mT++tt+*m*TW*Tf
John P. Wright, chief enjjinooy cf
the Crows Nest Pasa Lumber Co., at
Wardner, has been a patient at the
hospital for the laat few daya,
We repair Hot Water Bottles, Rubber footwear, or anything made of
rubber.
WILSON'S VULCANIZING WORKS
37-40 Cranbrook, B.C.
BORN. — At the St. Kugene Hospital, on Tuesday, November 20th, to
Mr. und Mrs. Charles Larson, of this
city, a son.
McCreery Bros, are Belling all Ladies'  Winter Coats and  Huts  at  big I
reductions.   Come iu and see them.
89tf
Mr. and Mrs. Cox. of Cherry Creek.
roturned to tlie cily on Thursday after an absence of soma weeks from the
district.
Men's Underwear all    of   the best
make.    Mail order houses cannot give
you any better prlco than we can on
these and other articles.
39tf Kootenay Trading Co., Ltd.
Mrs. Alfred Cummlngs, of Ferule,
who was the representative from that
city at a convention last week in Nelson, dealing with child hygiene, stopped over for a day ln Cranbrook, visiting at tho home of Mr. John Cum-|Branm
mlngs, returning to Fernie, Sunday
evening.
VICTORY BONDS
Cart be converted into cash,
quicker than almost any other security, hut
DIAMONDS
run them a close second. We
huve some exceptional values in single stone Diamonds, and ure in a position
to fulfil your Diamond requirements .for Christmas at
almost any pr'ce you wish to
pay, from $25.00 to $350.00.
We are specializing in i|o0,
$75, $100, #125 und $150 Fine
Blue-White Diamonds, aud
invite your inspection and solicit your patronage.
W.H.Wilson
The Jeweler
Cranbrook Taxidermist
It pays to pay cash at Herity's
For your winter supplies, go to the
Kootenny Trading Co., Ltd. 38tt
C. it, Qarrell is now assisting A
Cummlngs on his survey work.
Make your appointments early for
your Christmas photo and avoid the
rush    and    disappointment,    C. Van
mt
Auditorium   Dunce!
Keep the date open.
Night
36-b3
J. C. Graham of Calgary, Inspector
of Customs and Excise, has been In
the city this week ou an annual visit of Inspection at the local dominion
government office.
Four Weeks Only to Clirlstmnsl
Largest stock of Toys, (James,
Books and Chrlsl mas Qdods ever
shown In ('ranbrook now on display.
Special discounts to all Sunday
Schools. Come lu early and look over the stock while it is still complete.
MOFFATT'S VARIETY STORE.
Snntn nans' lleailqiihrters!
« —
The feast of tho Immaculate Conception will he observed at St. Mary's
Church, December 8th. Fuller notice us to date and time of masses will
be given next week.
Miss A. Woodland spent the weekend at Fernie, leaving on Friday and
returning on  Sunday.
BORN. — At the St. Eugene Hospital, on Tuesday, November 20th, to Mr.
and Mrs. H. Noyce of Kootenay Orchards a daughter.
Our Shoes aro all A No.l, and are
reasonably priced.       We can fit any
foot from six months up.
:t!)tf     The Kootenay Trading Co., Ltd.
A. Mutz. formerly manager of the
Pernio Fort Steele Brewery, and now
of Vulcan, is a visitor in the city this
week.
E. H. McPhee lefl for Erlckson today. Thursday, where he Is installing
tho big radio outfit (hut has heen on
exhibition al the Electric Store, and
which ho has sold. Mr. McPhee la
getting iu oiher radio equipment for
the store right away.
Hemstitching.-
den Avenue.
Mrs.   Surtees,
Gar-
2tt
Mr. Chas.  Speue. of Merrill,  form-
1 SPECIAL
WE HAVE A LARGE STOCK OF
Great West Tea
bought before the .advance in price lhat we are clearing
at— Green Label, per 11)	
Red Label, per 11)	
Be per lb. less in 5 lb. lots.
JAP ORANGES, per box	
No. 1 FANCY WINTER APPLES, per box
80C
70*
$1.10
$2.00
We have a car of FLOUR AND FEED rolling.     Oet our
Special PriceB on Goods to be delivered from
car on arrival.
Cranbrook District
Co-Operative Society
Mr. Angus Hay. the district agriculturist- returned tlte beginning of
the week from Victoria, where among
other tilings, he attended the annual
erly manager of yie Fernie Co-Opera-' Tl. C. Potato Show. Cranbrook dis-
tive Society, arrived in the city on trlct does not enter Into competition
Saturday to take over the manage- along this line very much, but from
ment of the local Co-Operative store, the Winderineme district thirty-three
He Is a lover of sport and entries were sent forward and thirty
Fernie people were sorry to lose him awards were gained, Including the
a few years ago.     Mrs. Spence and j prize for the district display again.
family will join him some time later. I ~
Not   too   early   to ordor Personal
See the samples of exclusive Per-  Greeting    Cards.    Exclusive    styles.1
sonal Christmas Greeting Cards at the i Steel Embossed and Single and Folder
Herald Office. Priced from $1.75 per Styles.    Prices from $1.76 per dozen
dozen up. tf and up.   The Herald Office.
athletic association
outlines plains t'ok
m:>v kink schedule
Skating for Children and Adults
Will Ho Minn Feature nl'
Proposed Program
The   Crnnbrook   Amateur Ath
Association have outlined al a n
ing on* Thursday evening a s. lie
for tiie proposed riuU. and assure
public that provision wilt be made I'
children's skating, midget, junior, s*
nior and ladies" hockey, betweei
hours of 7 nnd S p.m.      Midget
k,ey Saturday.      Children attern>
Skating every evening and Wedm
afternoon.
Vote for the By-taw!
We carry a full line of Me
en's and Misses' Shoes.
Our low prices win every i
W. F. DORAN.
U. Slye has taken posse Dion of a
Nash cur for his travelling, a regular louring  model, finished  iu  blue.
Steamed Salmon t.ilh White Sauce
1 Slice salmon about - pounds
2 hard cooked eggs
Parsley
Once the recipe for white sauce.
Wipe off tlie salmon with a damp
cloth; lay it on a well oiled plate,
dust lightly with salt and pepper, and
steam for thirty minutes. Then carefully remove the skin, transfer the
fish to the center of a medium sized
platter, surround with the white sauce
and garnish with the egg rut iu sixths
and the parsley.
the Star Theatre on Monday  next, Nov. 26 & 21
No Otft will    tw more appreciated
than your photo.    We would suggest
making your appointment early.
tf C. VanBPAAM.
D. A. Burton has rented tho premises recently vacated by DeWolf &
Ham. and will commence business immediately as a cigar store and tobacconist. His son, Leonard, will assist him in the business, and the building has been altered to suit the requirements of the new occupants.
Complete tine of Hockey Sticks;
from 35c to $1.50. Hockey Pucks i
from 20c to Wc, Shnte straps 15c and]
25c per pair. Shin guards and all
kinds of Hockey Supplies now on dis-;
play at
MOFFATT'S  VARIETY  STORE.
SOMETHING EVERY
WOMAN SHOULD KNOW
For the last 70 yeurs, ln every coun- j
try In the world where sewing,
machines are used the Singer Sewing!
Machine has taken every Gold Medal
and every high award. They must be
the best machine. For Bale at the
Singer Store at $3 per month. Phone)
90. 34tf
Be comfortable. See our excellent
stock of Blankets, Comforters and
Pillows. Prices are very reasonable.     Kootenay Trading Co.. VAC.
CARD OF THANKS
Mrs. M. K. Egan wishes to thank
the many ladies who for so many
weeks past, and especially In the days
of her bereavement, extended their
kind sympathy and assistance. Also
to Messrs. W.D, Oilroy, Jos. Jackson.
C, R. Ward, and J. A. Nesbit for
kindnesses shown and for the many
floral and spiritual offerings extended.
NOTICE
Mrs. G. L. Motion, of Nelson. B.C.,
Grand President of the Rebekah Assembly, will mako her annual visit to
Maple Leaf Rebekah Lodge, No. la, on
Tuesday evening, November 27th. 1H23.
Visiting Rebekahs cordially Invited.
Degree will lie conferred.
MADGE KEER,
Si) Roc. Secy.
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General Meeting G.W.V.A.
G. W. V. A. Christmas Tree
The Cranbrooli Branch of tho (!. \V. V. A. will give
A CHRISTMAS TREE to Children of Ex-Soldiers, at their
Club Rooms.
Children please send in your names to the Secretary. Ladies are requested to assist in fixing date, sending in names and selecting presents.
ITTENTI! CURIOS
Have your Rocks
sharpened for tho
coming season ut
CAMPB.:iX & RITCHIE'S
Nelson       -        -       B.C.
Provincial Party of B.C.
PUBLIC MEETING
ol Ihe KNIGHTS 01  PYTHIAS IIAII,. CRANBROOK,
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26TH
ut 8.1)0 p.m.
DR. J. ,V. McINTOSH. Kx.'I.IU., Mr. FRANK HORSEY,
ami Others will discuss the aims anil objects of the
Provincial Party
Everybody Come
Ladies Specially Invited
WANT ADS.
8TJ.K  SECOND   H/1D   STORK
theme t.
W* par th* but prion joint for til
kind, ot furniture. Wi bur toy-
thing from * mom. tr i to »n «ut«
mobile.
W  W. Kllby, Auctioneer and Valuer
LARGE FRONT ROOM to
First Clasr. bouse. Apply
Herald Ollleo.
rent   in
llox (I.,
A GENERAL MEETING of the Crauhrook Branch
| of the G. W. V. A., will be held in tlie G, W. V. A. Club on
Saturday, November 24th     |j
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ANNOUNCEMENT
Mrs. McDONALD wishes to announce to her patrons and others, that afler November 1st, the Beauty
Shop will be located ln the Brown & Morley Slage Office
building on Hanson Avenue, opposite Kootenay Garage.
Phone 531 for appointments for Manicuring,
Marcelling, Shampooing, Facial Massages,
Scalp Treatments.
Hours from 9 a.m., to 12, and 1   p.m. to 5 p.m.
BVEN1NU HOURS BY APPOINTMENT
CONCERTS AT HOME DURING THE LONG, COLD
WINTER EVENINGS
Gel. in touch with Calgary, Edmonton, Hegina, Chicago, Minneapolis, Seattle, Vancouver, Victoria, Portland,
San Francisco, Los Angeles, Etc, with our
NORTHERN ELECTRIC SUT   $165.00
EXTRA HEAR PIECES  7.50
Electric Supply Shop
Phone 49 P. O. Box 909
WANTED. — Young lady in undertake
pleasant und lucrative work among
friends. (lend remuneration nml
opportunity to earn money fnr
Christmas, Particulars al Herald
Offlce. :istf
ROOM FOIt DEAD STORAGE for lw„
onrB. Apply Kimberley Stage Or-
flco. :i7if
FOIl SAI.IO- S  li.p.  DeWltlo gnsol	
engine, waler cooled, dual Ignition,
lu excellent condition! I." BOW,
mounted ou pull down type carriage
Willi double, drive, I.e., from engine
lo carriage and carriage la saw,
complete wllh 8" belts, shafts, bear- '
lugs, pulleys, ele, all lu excellent
condition. Also lumber engine house
logging track, runners, etc. For
further particulars apply Cranbrook
Foundry and Machine shops. :i7-:tu
1'0-I.ET -■ Housekeeping Rooms, apply 209 Dewar Avenue. 3f,tf
FOIt SAI.K. — 12 roomed house. For
particulars apply Mrs. A. Crawford,
201 Harden Avenue. 33tf
FOIl SALE — Seven roomed bouse,
garage, fully modern und in first-
class condition, nt very reasonable
figure. Apply Herald. 31tf
FOR SALE—Cider Cooler, Bar Counter, Ribbon ('use and Cash Regls-
|    Ier.       Cheap far cash.      Charles
'   Morrison, Kimberley, B.C.        27tf
FOR RENT—Olllce to rent two door*
from VeSHle. Hotel, apply to John
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