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Array THK NATIONAL ADVKHTISI.lt
KNOWS THK BEST MKIIHI.H
UK I'ATHO.M/.KSTHK HI HMD
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
A I'U'KIt Kill THE HOME ■
THE IVI'IIIU.M'S III CHAN*
ItlllMlk    FOREMOST    U.W.IVS
VOLUME    21
IHAABHOOK. B. C, Till IISIIAV. DECEMBKH 26, llll'.l
K I (. II T  1* A f. E S T 0 l» A V
> r Jl ii i: ii    i.-,
Liquors Can Be
Imported Soon
Wiir-Time   I.eg'Mutu.n   Rescinded   hi
Dominion Government Order*
In I onnr11
OTTAWA. Doc, BI, Wiih the coming or the new year, Canada returns
practically to u basin of peace. War
time restrict inns imposed hy order*
iii-ioiiiicll innler the w:>r measures
act will (with some excopilons) he re
moved,  ami,   In   case   ot'  uxci pilous.
IltltAl.l) IKSIKS HAHI.Y
THIS WEEK THAT STAFF
MAY   ENJOY  CHRISTMAS
Tlie Herald went to press today,
Tuesday, December 'J-lrd, two days
curlier than usual that Hie staff
might enjoy tlie Yuletlde holidays
uud iirrainri' for Christmas.
The Herald mid Ibe -.liitf wishes
to extend to patrons and tin* citizens iri'iicrally the t-oinplliM'itts el'
the senmhi. uud lio|<es thai nothing mil) happen to mur the plens.
nre nil are looking forward to.
the  orders
tho end of
ment.
The   war
unci)  terminate u
u session of imrlhi
lime restrictions which
will const tt> bo operative uu Jan, 1st.
include those on nice track hotting
and nu Importation, manufacture umi
inter-provincial trade In alcoholic liquors. The prders-i-counall regaining force inculde;
Pulp and paper control.
t'onl and sugar control.
silver coinage.
Trading with the enemy.
Exportation or gold.
Internment operations.
Greater production on Indian reserves.
Censorship.
Removal of the restrictions Imposed hy ordor-ln-council on the liquor
trade and as a phrase of federal action whicli opened nearly two years
ago. Within a few weeks of the union government coming into power,
the use of grain for distillation of
liquors was forbidden. From the hist
dny of December, Ml". Importation of
liquor containing more that 2% per
cent, proof spirit was forbidden.
Three months later there was a further order-ln-coimcil passed prohibiting manufacture and Inter-provincial
trade. These orders-ln-couucil are to
terminate with the close of the present year, in rescinding these and
other orders-in-council. passed aa
war measures, the govermerit takes
the view that althorugh no proclamation has yet been Issued declaring
that war no longer exists, actual war
war conditions long ngo censed In
fact. '•Consequently'," the rescinding
orders read, "existence of war rugiih.-
tions as necessary or admissible for
the security, defence, peace, order
and welfare of Canada
"The armistice, which concluded
hostilities, became effective Nov. ll.
1018. tlie expeditionary force has lh.cn
withdrawn since and demobilized,
and the country generally Is devoting
its enorglcs to the establishment of
the ordinary avocations of peace.
"In these circumstances, it is considered that the time of emergency
government legislation should cease
to operate."
Abrogation of tin fed ral orders In
council does not. of course, effect restrictions mi the sale Imposed hy the
various provincial legislatures, Iu
nil the provinces, oxceul Quebec, prohibitory legislation i- in force, and
In Quoboc tin* legislation permits only the sale of light wine;- and beor,
There fs further :*   federal  statute it
existence which prohibits Importation for sale nf liquor Inlo province'-,
wliere sale in such province*, is pro
hfhlted.
Dut. witli ihe close ut the present
yenr. there will apparently lie no re
strieiinu - on Importations for p< r
sonnl  use    ruder enabling   loglslal
Ion passed by the dominion purlin
ment U'-t session, however, it will be
within the competence of it provlnco
to havo ail importations into its territory prohibited, Tho tier of lust
session, provides Ihat on the request
of any provincial legislature the Dominion government inn hold a pin
\inciai  referendum  on  the question
whether or not importation-- are lo be
prohibited so far ns that partlcillni
province i- com ornod li the rofi r
cndiim goes in die tillirmntive ibe dominion government will then, issue n
proclamation forbidding import a tion
into the province tn question.
in  regard  to  ra< i   track  bolting,
conditions AS they existed ill 1 iM 7 are
restored. Bul legislation ou the nun
ter, It is expected. Will be submitted
at the next session of pariiam. nt
Dr Rutherford of the railway board.
Is now malting an investigation into
race track betting and his report will
probably form the basis of legislative
action. lu the Interval there may he
some betting on thu race tracks,
 »■*».+	
SICK AT HOSPITAL ARK
GETTING ALONG NICELY
High School Xmas
Exams Announced
llin,  hl|illa nl IimIIIiiIIiiii of I.nmi.
Imjf Stolid When ScIhmiI
Cloned (or lliillilujs.
Following nre tiio results nl' thu
Ulirislmits examinations nt tlto IIIkIi
srltooi. A Bchool imss of no per cent.
is oxpcctocl fnnn pupils.
OUST Villi
Marlis  otitalnn'ble, 900;   necessary
hi imss, 640.
Norman Beech, 781.
Prank  undoes. 717.
deorge Hauker, 708.
Winnie l.ippelt, 678.
Jessie Baynes, 874.
Vivian  Knmer. 666.
Bessie Hallott, 069.
Isabel Parger, 659.
Annie Jollnson, 628.
Annie Molr, 627.
Clcrtrude Hopkins, 610.
Donald Morrison, 607.
Cyril  Selby. 604.
Leonard Burton, 600.
Francis Pow, 590.
jack Wnrd. 592.
Reive Parker, 57S.
Vera Baxter. 571).
Verne Woodman. 56.1.
Charlie Clapp, 600.
Alice Brake. 560.
Fred Brlggs, 549.
Eunice Parrett, 543.
Qertrude i'armaly. 528.
Christine Carson. 528.
Murlil lteade. 516.
Ednn Sanderson. 493.
1 hilly .lotios. 469.
smrvn YKAit.
Marks obtainable, 800; necessary to
puss. ISO.
Otto QUI, 658.
.lark Stevens, 6114.
Olive Lattghton, 684.
Vv'art'-n Spence. 581.
l-enore Hill. 565.
Winnie Phillips, 557.
Hazel Goodman, 52.1.
1...i Molr, 521.
B.irrie MacDonald, 511.
Ruth Simpson. 610,
Paul MeNeill, 490,
Eric MacKinnon, 405.
Margarel Morrison. 486.
.hnk Molfntt, 48:1.
Annl.  I'lirmnliy. 4SI.
Tlie following pupils ot this elnss
have made over 50 per cenl of nn average
Donald Dallas, 46::.
Harold Kummer, 454.
Detphlno Bennett, 441.
Donnn Argue. 419
John Woods. 431,
Vim;,   Sarvis. 425
Malcolm Belanger, 411
Keith W'nBson, 412.
MATRICULATION CLASS
.Murks obtainable,  1000;  necessary
ir school pass, OOp.
Marlon MacKinnon, TflS,
ndiiii Cummlngs, 764.
Irene Ward. 733.
Ilussell Leask, 693.
UlilC Beattie, 650.
Harold Haslam, 884.
Jennlo lloiiUins. 588
Huu'ii Simpson, 581
A Merry Christmas
To AH
May this Yule tide Season Bring
Happiness into Every Home in
Cranbrook and District is the
Herald's Wish to All.
Store Windows
Most Attractive
OVKllSKAN ((IM Kill' I'AIITV
prove noon i:nti:iitaim:us;
I'NIIKH Al SPICES III IMV.V.A.
New Commission to
Deal With Soldiers
SnldieiV Problems < hauued
ii> (lie l-inermiiMil.
VICTORIA
A purty of returned men, forming      	
[a concert troupe, appeared nl tho An-, "'
(Hisliloralilc skill * dltorlum tlien-trt here Saturday even-  Personnel fo IM* lliimllliiir Itefiiiued
i ing under tli-** auspices of tho local
branch of tho Urent War Voterans' Association of Can a iiu.
The entertainers were greeted hy a
capacity  house,  and  wore  well   ro-
morchandlslug   estab- ceived, supplying an evening ol' on-
o displayed conspkrable joyment seldom experienced by Crun-
rrungemeiit of their dis- brook citizens.
i'di* tin; Yuletlde season.!    There were ton performers dressed
(stance  windows  would ns pierots. who had considerable ox-
,'o even tiie larger cen-1 perlonco appcatUng Overseas.     The
ters,  some  being  unusually  attract- whole gamut or expreBBlou   was ex-
ive-and suggesting the most suitable  hlbitod, the items ranging from  the
gifts ior Christmas igvlng. j .sublime to tht  ridiculous.   A  roper-
Admlrlng shoppers  could   be  seen'tolre  of choice   Englislif,   Irish  and
.Hprcliniils Dlsplti)
In Arrant-im-  Displays for
the   Yuletlde   Season,
Croubrook
Hshments hr
taste in the
play window
In every
ho a dredll
j ITPILS   ENJOY   EXEHC1SES
I       IN TIIK  VARIOUS BOOMS OF
TIIK CltANHKOOK SCHOOLS
) Friday was an tujoyable day in the
Public schools, the pupils in tlie several rooms enjoying tiie exercises arranged immensely.
The scholar.-, rounded out the weekend in making a tour ot the shops and
In looking over the pretty things the
mereliuts were offering for the holidays, making their purchases of gifts
for dad, mother, brother, sister and
cliiim, and making merry generally,
tlieir presence aud cheerful spirit in
tniliglig among tlte shoppers, bringing
added cheer tn the occasion.
The iflort vacation period offered
before scliol will reopen will nn doubt
In- greatly enjoyed by nil
Several    teachers,    whote   homes
art- elsewhere, have departed tu spend
the holidays with the borne folks.
Miss .Mi-Lt-ii-ii.ii lias gone to Nelson;
.Mis* Anderson to Michel; Misses .Mu-
trie. Hodglns anil Howard to Vancouver and .Miss Molsio to Fort
.Moody. tli» latter instructress haviug
| completed lhe term.
"Universe Not So
Simple as Thought"
Yi.'«>.|'rt"-i.l.'iit hi  Vlrtiiri* A-triiiiiim.
iriil Society Talk. Inl*>rf".t*
iiiuli in* II. t'nrnuit-'iii
und considerable dm- mtmljerij, .Major IV
:  Mr.  II. .1. V
citnllo
.11*-
Mke
or the
looking over lho dlsulnya in the win-  Scotcli soiibs we.-e not tho least iiurtl
'l(us-  and   uy  roiniiiimenis  «-ere ot tlie program,
heard   iron;    nooplo   regarding   lhe  matlc effeol   in
onterprlte ami  lasto  ultown   hy  tho! played.
merchants. Tiio two "corner mon," howovor, a..
the  Interior decorations kept up a vein pt rollicking wit. Iriokj
erouglii i heor wherever and jokes.
the stores, and the man-     Then norobntio ivnis wore very clev*
i   ■■:!.!.   ".. r,. a£co-;g«<l   er< us - flUrf tlioi r' j iii |icrsoiiations nnd
toted the task ot buying, character ske'tohos.   A fareiral Bkclch
concluded tlte outertuium'eiit pntltk-d
"Tho Railway Hero."
The net proceeds are being devoted
the (.1. W. V. A., when it is hoped |  ~*—
landsomo -uta will accrue after ex-1 THAW PUTS \ STOP TO .11.
Fire Destroys
Widows' Homes»
Pollowlng Hi"
steps which havo heen under way tor
Bonn tlmo past in tbe reorganizallon
or die R, r. Roturnod Soldiers'
Commission, the how members ot the
commission have been named, and nre
announced as follows: Honorary
chairman, Hon. J.D.-MacLoau, Provincial Secretary and Minister ot Education; chttirmnn, .Major P. A. Robertson; secretary, Mr. Qeorgo P. Pyke;
n. simw, or Vlc-
itng, or Victoria:
Mr, T, M. Harnett, of Vancouver; Mr.
\V. ,1. Hlake-Wi^i-n.of Vancouver, Mr.
II. I.-. 'U-'0,;,,,,^ „, N„v. Wi --.minster;
Rev. 13. A. Vert, ot New Westminster;
(,'aiit. A. I.eiK.iton, (Hj^i*aj,iiv '■.
P. Ilrowii. oi' NTiu.iiuio; Lieut.-Cul. P.
1'. McHodle, of Prince Ittiiiert.
The first session of the new commission was hold last Wednesday in
oIUcos in the Legislative buildings,
.WleniiH.i! Itluac DcmottsliP'
e Home oi' Mrs. (iooilo
and Mrs, E. Porter
i'!i Saturday afternoon a disoftroui
blaae domoll  ii i   '.■   homee of twi
witliiw>    tm    Hanson    Avenue.    Mrs
Ooode nnd Mrs. E. Porter;
Tin  Incldenl i> pathetic iu tho ox
peases are deducted.
A banijiiot. attended by returned
men only was nlveti in the Veterans' j
hall also, and a most enjoyble ovoning j
I was spout.
i SOl.lHIUS   AT   IIAI.FIUIt
HtUI.lt A1TKECIATK HELP
TO SKl'UltE AMMUNITION
Mrs. Por
Rnghii I wll
hor ■•; tei i
rthfortunate
The chief
not ascertal
He]',! I       ■,:
Mark*
ooo.
VIrII :
SENIOR GRAPH
ibUilimbic mm); school pn
Apparently there are still Home soldiers  who  have  a  lluerlng   longing
for thc sound ol Bhot and shell, and
turn.cr   lady  having  lost j thoy are sick mon at theat.   The V.
id In the "flu" epidedmlc, M.C.A. headriuarters at Vancouver hae
tei -  husband  paid thoi received from Cnpt, u. P. Shaw the
Lcriflce it. Prance. oflll.er ln ci,arge of the T. li. Satiltar-
enlly   came   from hum conducted by the Soldier.;' Civil
■    :   :■   ■•■>)- ami with [ Re-ostnblishiiient Hoard at Balfour, B.i
'  - rklng when the   c„ a reiiuiKt from the men there for]
outbreak occurred. a thousnntl rounds of ammunition.
r of the (Ire department had     Trapshootlng is one of the  most     M
o time of thc| populor pnstimeri at the Balfour San-j Imperial Hank or Canadn here, with! jdeaK 0f 8C
If there was itarlum, and ibis is the second thotia- bis family, expects to depart for Wai- j *.aj,| |lr. piaskett.      "Klnsteln made
iy Insuranco mi the borne. land rounds of ammunition the Y.M. j kervilul. Ont.. about the (Ire) of the I three predictions ha-od uiron hii-: ihe-
Kitnl hearted women have arranRed CA. ha sent there within a tew weeks.' Now Year. j ury, lWu of thtm haV(J bt;(,'n lirovfM, bv
bencilt  whl»l  drive nnd dance for,    The military department of the V.!    .Mr. tirubbe, who al one time was| observation and mfcasur^mont bat tbe
o veteran'-   (viittu   and  four chll-1 M.C.A. for Alberta and British Colum-j accountant in the Imperial Hank here, j third fulled.
VICTORIA, B.C., Dec. :J0.—Ur. H.
K Voung was elected 'he president
of the Victoria rbanch of the Royal
Astronomical  society at the annua!
meet inn   bold   here        Other   officers
elected \*..*re: lion President, Dr.
Piaskett; vice-president, Mr J Urn-
bach; secretary. Mr. K. M. Chad wick
treasurer, Mr. J V Hlbben; auditor.
Mr. T Shot bolt; executive committee,
Mrs Christopher, D r Etta Denovan,
Mr. P C. Oreen, Mr. W. E. Hariwr.
Capt. O. ti. AUken and Mr. G S. Mc-
Tavi.di.
I .\rter the business was emicluded.
Dr l'laskelt Rave a talk showinp tlie
gradual change and development iu
Ideas about astronomy and the state
.»f the universe. He staled Uiat Uie
most marked ..dyauce had b«en made [
ai.rinn the ';-*■ tttTufv vj r_^ H .-
*-i^-?rn^u'nr'^rtr!i,,"!'VrVaf*rf?oO'l i<1ea.s
uf Uu- formation of the universe He
had said that the siiai* of tee universe
was like a grind-stone. He gave ns
some idea of tlie shape of the stars,
but othinp regarding tiie dimensions
This has been accepted for 10-) year.-.
During the last ten or fifteen year-.
however, we have been able to meas-
  ure tlie distance of stars and  since
——"" tiiat there has been  .one change iu
sudden change In the tempera- our ideas. We blieve the world is
ud the resultant thaw of the j sontettilg about the same shape as
eek, has put a stop to all forms propounded by Herschel, bin at ML
Wilson the measurement of lobular
clusters enlarged the preconceived
Idea of the dimension-, ofoir universe,
with tbe result that we have been
forced to enlarge the dimensions of
the whole system.
"We know that the universe is not
nearly so simple as we on-:e thought
it to be. We know that the sun is not
In the centre of it, but to one side "
The new theory of ■'relativity' as
propound!d by tbe Swhs a-tronomer
Piiistein was also touched u[H>n by
Dr.   Plasdett.   "It  alters  the  theory
 ■ i of gravitation, change-:,  our ;deas of
Howard, manager of the| space and time .and in '-nl all our
have to be modified."
ICE SPOUTS; (I lil.Klts ARE
l-ISUTOINTEB   IT THVW.OIT
lure
: |,i'S' ^^^_...^^_
of Ice sports .nnd tho curlers espec-
i Inly, who had anticipated nn enjoyable time during the holiday week.
must await a freeze.
Likewise, the school children, who
would have had skating, sledding and
other forms of amusements had the
Ice remained, will have to look to
other avenues for -=port. unless the
weather changes very considerably.
Christmas at
The Churches
Special Son Ices Hold Sunday in Comment orn tin n el' the Vain ill
til  Our Sinier
spei'in] services were held Sunday
lu commemoration ot tl ■■ nativity of
Christ, tin* music being of a bright and
hearty character
At tbe Baptist church .i.c anthem
"While Shepherds Watched Their
Flocks by Night" wns effectively rtn-
dered. as also «;i- B -"1" by Mr- J.
Milmy, "Pilgrims of lhe Night."
All the -en i. es •' i re well-attend*
-1, th.- pastor, !:■ i .1 P. Sinclair,
preaching at both service -
Ar th.* Methodist church tho au-
thenu "The Birthday of a King* and
"Cbristm.i*. Awake' wi re sung and
special hymns in k.- :i:.» a,!.. Xmas
Vutetldi services .,: the Presbyterian
ci.ureii were conducted hy Cftl ' V tj*
Koo. <.f Wycllffe, wi. i also *■* < upled
the pulpit.
Tiio Holy Bucharist will be cele-
braud on Christmas day at s anu H
..'clock and Matins w|| an address
..t ll o'lock ... ■ • I list church.
The Rector, \u-\ V \. Harrison will
be tin  preacher.
Midnight mass will .■•■ celebrated
ou Nina- eve .n thc Roman Cnthollo
. .:■ :h and ** lUi -. e lal l^usii
Tho Salvation Army held hearty ser-
\iceson Sunday which were conducted
by Cap! Harry Cray, tiie new ofllccr
for Cranbrook
*-*>-*—
Admit Conditions
Bad at Boys'School
Premier Hlper ami  Ali.-ino*.-Cetieral
Prmiiic < oasl Heard ot Trade
The>   WUI Act.
VICTORIA. 13 c Action hy the
I'roviiKial Covtmment lo remedy con-
ditions at the Boy's Industrial School
at Point Grey, nerr Vancouver, oon-
dit'on= which ware roundl; |!tacUdd
by the g* ;!»■! *•:.;„ _i...J'.-. ._:.:'--^-'—&
<cr,'n.'-.r at the- assize- '.here, will be
taken Bhortly
contained In
the premier
have --et to
Trade.
The counci ^^^^^^^^^^^^
forwarded a men irial I tbe Covern-
ment. asking for prompt action to improve conditions ... '*:.■ Bchool, which
:.i- been made the :ii>;«ir of comment by th. ir* :■. and Assize
Court Judee.    In reply Hon. John OH-
m i:sso« to PM.sE.vr
MANAIiEH OP THE IMI'KIIIAl,
HANK i:\TM I Ti:i> HUM: sun\
■ ordlng i'i iiitiuiaiion
ommunlcations  which
■ind    attorney-general
Vancouver Board of
r *   *.- H' . ni <ii' Trade
dron and h •-• hoped tiie response will j hia hns authorized the expenditure of i aud who have been at Itevelstuke, for
be so great that *' substantial sum i $2f»0 for Christmas comforts for the the past lew years, will succeed Mr.
may be realized tor their benefit. I men at the throe sanitariums at Hal- Howard nnd is expected to arrive in
The benofll will bi given In Voter- four. Tran*|uilb- and Prank, in addlt- Cranhrook about the 2Sth of Decem-
aiis' hall, Prldaj evening, Dec. 2ttth.    j Ion to the supplies already ..ent. [ ber.
As the Herald wont lo press lute
.Monday night, (ho hospital advised us
ull the patients, un unusually large
number, wero progresBlng nicoly,
none of the cases under trenttnent being of an alarming rltarncter,
It is hoped each nnd every ono will
recover rapidly and lind themselves
convalescent on Christmas dny,
Tho Herald joins with many others
In hoping for the speedy recovery of
all confined to the institution
CANTATA \TTlli; BAPTIST
CHI IM II I Wti;ll,Y ATTENDED
Abonl io scholars of the Baptlal
lunch took part In the canatat given
ti tbe church Monday evening, the
antnla htlUjr entitled "Santa Clans
ad   tbe   Fair 108,"   under  the  direction
of Mrs. P, Constantino.
The entertainment was very cleverly singed nml everyone pnrtleipating
did handsomely.
A substantial Mini wns realised. although no admlsslog too was charged, the money beltifr subscribed by a
volunteer offering.
EXPRESSMEN HAVE TIIIEIt
HANDS FCt.ti AT PHESEN'I
The local expresit ofllco looks about
as much like the henitquurlosr of Old
Santu these days us do the shops, thc
olllce being deluged with Christmns
parcels both arriving and departing.
Tlie express delivery wngons aro
overloaded with the arrival of cadi
train, and as Is euatomnry, thu rncli
Is expeeied to continue for somo titu ■■
with the staff.
■"Some of tht results of this theory
are <|iiite startling. It has come into
existence as the result of an effort
io determine our rate of motion, but
it is absolutely an abstract., mathematical problem, and while It change!
even our measurements, the change Is
so .-mall as not to he di.-cernable "
How Crowds Urcetcd Prince When   Ho Arrived Home from lila Tour of thu Dominion of Canada
(1KTTIN0 THINGS IN SHAPE
UHl the  (MOTHERHOOD IMI.I.
Meers, Lacey and Cameron, who are
working   so  industriously along  with
uhers  of  tht   committee, to  perfect
all arrangements for the forthcoming
Brotherhood  of  Railway  Trainmen i
ball  to  be  held  here on  New  Year's
evfli   are   making   excellent   headway
li the work aud everything will he
excellent shape when the time rolls
mid.   The ball is otu ot fhe most
'kod-for ward-In    events    in    <"ran-
brrok'a   history  ad   promises  to  be
largely  attended,   it  being  expected
many will be here from the outside
points
POSTOEEICE A IICSV PLACE
THESE DAYS; XMAS HI Sll ON
The Cranbrook pOStOfflCC is a very
busy phue Just at present, the staff
working overtime to care for pat-
rotiH.
An unusually heavy mail is coming
tn   dally  and   the  employees   will   he
working   most   Industriously during
the   next   few  day.-.   In   order   to  get
through the rush.
Pspeclally are the delivery windows
and  package windows taied heavily
tjtifjt at present.
■■| may :-ay in reply to pour letter
that the Government ir fully alive to
thia subject. Steps were taken to
remedy the conditions some time ago.
but following a medh a! survey a
change in contemplated \y\Juia was
found necessary The Oovernment is
acting with all diligence in this matter and I trust it will be a short time
only until al. cause fur public nr oilier
complaint in thla matter will be removed".
The .-ttorney-gener;.j iu .:- letter to
the board &ayt.:
"I quite appreclati the .-'"lings of
your board in sending u.i- report, f
will have ,» full statement to make 08
to the paot tluiatfon and our present
action* In connection with the school.
A-j I find it neceiftary to go to Ocean
PalN on Monday it may be a few days
before I will have I :• lime to give a
full itatemenl on thii m itter. Permit
me in the meantime ■>> ;. -ure you that
'lit matter of tne who . - heing properly considered and looked into, ;>nd lo
equest that Judgment he wftheld pending the sUUeraenl l will have to make
in the matter'
 . ♦*.	
INOTIIER MEETING 01   1910
CO! M II.    Ull I     iti     IIHU
Another meeting o! the 1919 council will be held before thai body goes
out of exiM* nee
It h said practically nil of ti;.- present aldermen will be candldatee to
nicceed themselvee a- irlll Mayor \v.
S, Cameron.
Who will oppose Major .'ani-Ton.
if anyone, is not known but It Is hinted a dark horse is in the offilng and
will put in an appearance on nomination  day,
city clerk Roberts ha- the machinery in good shape for tie election and
all that is necessary now i; to get the
entrants for the race, to make nu old-
time spirited contest.
INDIANS IN (ITY AND
TAKE PAIIT IN SHOPPING
Quite a number of Indians were to
tile week making a tour of the shops
be seen on Uie i-lnefs the first of
nnd evidently geitin., the fullest enjoyment out of the shopping tour
Broad smiles came over the faces
of the visitors, oepoclnlly ibe little
children accompanying them, when*
over somo toy or article met thoii
fancy. • A i: E   T «' 0
iiii;   i 11 x \ it it on k    hi; it \ i, i»
Thursday, llioonilier -.5, 1919
wi: wish kach ami evert
I'KIISON   IN    KAST   KOOTE.
NAV A MKKIIV CIIIIIST.MAS.
Sleeping Ailment
Unknown in B.C.
Suspicious Cases lit  Campbell  Hlver;
jjy^i.tf.mf,t*--f"m       ■■<■-"-• -   tUgfrmU   \
"^Nul Those ot Strange Mai
tidy Found In the Eusl
VICTORIA, B.C.- No eases of the
sleoping sickness, that mysterious
malady which has been experienced
nt Winnipeg. Calgary and other eust-
of-the mountains points, has heen so
Car discovered In  British Columbia.
Two cases which at lirst were be
lleved to be sleeping sickness were
recently discovered m Campbell River,
on the Island, and one of them wns
taken to St. Paul's hospital, Vancouver, for treatment
Word whicli reached the Provincial
Health authorities Indicated, however.
that the case wus not  of sleeping
sickness, though ihe apparent symptoms Indicated at first that it was
Dr. MeKechnle, the leading physician
of   Vancouver,    wroie   tn    Hr.   II.    K
Young. Provincial Health Officer, slating Umi after careful diagnosis he
was convinced the Campbell Rlvor pa-
ttinl was not u victim of sleeping
sickness. The other case at Campbell River, identical in Ra symptoms.
also being carefully observed.
Dr. Young recently sent out tn the
physicians of the Province a full
statenunt setting forth the proper
diagnosis to make for sleeping sickness and other precautionary data.
So far, he stated, there has been no
report of nny case of the malady in
this Province.
Dr. Young also stated that so fur
no cases of Influenza huve been reported to the Department and, iu fact.
the Province at present is singularly
free of tiny infoctuous disease.
CRANBROOK PEOPLE
PREVENT APPENDICITIS
Many Crnnbrook people are using
simple glycerine, buckthornc burk,
etc., as mixed in Adler-l-ka, Tliis
(lushes BOTH upper and lower bowel
so completely ii removes all foul, accumulated poisons from alimentary
canal and prevents appendicitis.
Adler-l-ka relelves AN CASE gas on
stomi-dh or sour stomach. Often:
CURES cnostlpation. In one rase of,
chronic Btomach rouble ONE bottle
produced wonderful effect':. Hotittie-
Noble, druggists.
The
Cranbrook
Jobbers
Desires to extend
the Season's Best
Wishes to Patrons
of Cranbrook and
the District.
George P. Stevenson
President
Tne Quality of Neilson's
is not Strained
/""NlSJE, William Shakespeare, created a character,
^"^' Portia, who said to Shylock, "The quality* of
mercj) is not strained."
People who have read it hav'e ne-Jer forgotten it.
But few reflect that the quality" of anything is
not strained.    If it were, then it would cease to be
quality.
What, then, do we mean by adapting it to
Neilson's? Just this: that from the cocoa-beans of
which- we make our coatings, to the fruits, nuts,
creams and other confections that we use for pilings,
-tfe use only the jinest materials.
This quality is also paramount in our process of
manufacture, and packing, because many a box of
chocolates is bought on appearance. Although the
artistry of our boxes may not appeal to all, it certainly will appeal to people of refinement.
And it is these people who i),\\ most appreciate
the  delicacy   of   flavour  and  unstrained
quality) of Neilson's Chocolates.
" The Chocolates that nre Different"
Exclusive Agents for Neilson 's Chocolates in Cranbrook
CranbrooK  Drug  and Book  Company
M.P. for Nanaimo
May Resign Seat
i
Ailrlfios (Iron! ffur Voternns' Assort-
ii(Ion Health >|ay Compel lllm
'hi Itelinijiilsli  I'luec,
VICTORIA, B. 0.—Continued 111-
honlth has forced Mr. J. <■. Mcintosh,
M.I', for Naiialnio. to consider resigning his seat in the House of Commons.
The lirst public Intimation of Mr.
Mcintosh's  intention   was   given toy
him to the Cowlchan brunch of tho
Ureal War Veterans" Association, n
lew days ago, when he wrote to express his regret lu being unable to
Attend a meeting.
His letter stated; "if my preset
condition should not improve within
Hie next month or so it ia my Intention to forward my rostnattOll AS rep-
resetative of Nanaimo district in the
Mouse of Commons."
Mr. Mcintosh hus been unwell for
several weeks. He contracted ti severe cold shortly after his return from
Ottawa, and he was confined to his
homo in Ksqulmult for some time. At
present lu Is visiting ln Tacoma,
Wash. - ■#
COME TO THE.
PACIFIC
COAST
Tht Land ol Moderate Clirnot*
Invigorating Heilful- EnjoyabU.
HERE YOU CAN GOLF,
OR MOTOR, OR  RIDE
TO YOUR  HEART'S
CONTENT
4
^g&tf
Save Fuel and Food—
Use
EGGO
Baking Powder
Egg-O Baking Powder Co., Limited
Hamilton, Canada
SPEND THEVACATION
AT THI   •:•..-   "'
CANADIAN PACIFIC
HOTELS:
THE EMPRESS
THE VANCOUVER
rOfi PAnTICULAHS w RESERVATIONS
1       APPLY AMY ACKNT
MAKE
THE TRIP
THIS
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^—^_ Thursilii). Docemlier -25, 1911)
THE    CBANBBOOK    II E ItA I. 11
I' K I f,    TII U K |
These Cranbrook Business Men Appreciate the Patronage You Have
extended them in 1919, and wish to convey to One and All the
"COMPLIMENTS OF  THE SEAS0N,,== PAGE    F0C B
THE    I'BAMtnOOK    HERALD
Thursday, llcci'iiilpi'i' 33, lillll
WE   WISH  All
A MEHHY XMAS
Raworth Bros.
Jewelers X 0|itlihiu«
Wt   10   Ill8   POI
iirrii-p
m Cranbrook jjerajd
Published Every Thursday by
Wll.l. A. ELLETSON Editor
WILL A. BLLBTSON, JH.. Asst Mer.
-With ix Mission) Without u Jtussle"
1'rluted by IIiiIud Labor
Subscription Price, WW » Vear
Subscription Priee, I!*% $2M » Vear
tdrertlslui* Hales on Application.
Changes tor AdrerUalDf MUST be ll
Ibis office Wednesday noon the
current   week   to   secure   atteutloa.
CRANBROOK, BRITISH COLUMBIA
THURSDAY,   DECEMBER  25.  1919
A MERRY CHRISTMAS
The Herald desires to extend
its sincere appreciation of the
warm hospitality extended to
us since coining to the city,
and as well its thanks tor the
patronage  received.
It will be the aim ot the Herald to prepare a paper fit for
the home and a publication in
which each and every resident
of the city ake a pride when
sending it abroad in the land.
The interests of Cranbrook
will always be uppermost in
the minds of the home paper,
the one object in view being to
call lo the attention of the outside world this practically undeveloped section of the rich
Province of British Columbia,
where opportunities for lines
of endeavor are open to those
industriously inclined.
To each and every subscriber and patron we extend our
best wishes for a Merry Christmas. May this Yuletlde season
be one of joy and may each
home see the happiest Christmas in its history, is our sincere wish.
IN APPRECIATION
Cranrook's merchants who
have catered to the trade of thc
city and district.and thc professional men who have during
the year passing had dealings
with our people, take a novel
means today of showing their
appreciation of the patronage
extended them.
It being impossible for them
to reach each and every patron
through a personal letter or
seeing them and telling them
of their appreciation of thc
patronage of customers and
clients and extending the Season's Greetings, have banded
together and made use of the
columns of the Herald—the
home paper—to convey their
Yuletlde message.
Merchants have made it a
point lo provide wares of all
kinds required by our people
of thc city and district, and cv
en the largest market centers
could nol have offered a wider
range from which to make se
lections prices likewise were
right.
Professional men, of as high
standing in their several lines
of endeavor as will be found
anywhere, have provided an
avenue through which ll was
possible to secure legal, medical or dental services when required and of the highest order.
And. each and everyone ex-
lends the Season's Greetings
and best wishes for a Merry
Christmas. It is only fitting to
say that their thoughtfulness
is commendable, and citizens
will, no doubt, feel that their
patronage has been appreciated, and that a continuation
ated. and a continuation of the
same in even greater measure
will he forthcoming in 1920.
ONE WAY OCT
Many and varied are the
suggestions being advanced to
counteract thc present unsatisfactory conditions of the foreign exchange market whereby
Canadians are being ipenal-
ized fo an extent that seems
much more than is legitimate
whenever they purchase in the
United States, or buy United
States goods In Canada, says the
Calgary Herald. The cure It
ot course, simple, provided the
people could be prevailed up
on to make use of il. Refuse
to buy United States goods and
the trick is turned. Unfortunately, however, the people for
many reasons do not refuse to
buy and the question is, how
best to induce them to quit and
patronize the Canadian manufacturer and producer.
The suggestion has been
made in this connection that
the government might place a
temporay embargo on the import of all United States manufacturers that come into competition with similar goods
manufactured in Canada, at the
same time makug provision
that will prevent Canadian
manufacturers or producers
from taking advantage of the
embargo by unduly increasing
the price of Ihelr goods.
Such a move by government
would, undoubtedly, prevent
purchase of United States'
goods all right, but it is a question just what the effect on international relations might be.
For the people to refuse to buy
American goods is one thing;
for the government to refuse to
permit thc entry of American
goods into the country is quite
another thing and might be regarded as an unfriendly act in
diplomatic parlance. The simpler way would he to buy Canadian goods only.
FROM THK  Vll.W'.F0l.vr OF
UI'R CONTI-MI'OHABIKS
IVrlllnit of Letters by Politicians
Someone lias suid, "Oh, tiiat my enemy would write a book." Those who
have read this quotation and are politically opposed to Premier Oliver, At-
torney-Gceneral Farris and oher
members of the government will fully
appreciate the sentiment set forth tn
this expression atfer rending the pur-
11c letters that appeared in thc Vancouver Province over the signature of
the attorney-general and still weaker
one printed in the Vacouver Sun by
Mr. Oliver. About six months ago Mr.
Farris made the public statement that
one great weakness of the Liberal
party fn British Columbia was lack
of publicity given to the acts or the
present government. Since that
statement was made the papers have
been full of the various nets of the
Oliver government and the people
throughout tho Province are reading
more widely und becoming wiser in
consequence. In fact, so wise are
thc people becoming and so ready are
they in their comments and crticisms
regarding thc government, that both
the Hon. Mr. Oliver and thc Hon. Mr.
Farris have become worried over how
this new Information wfll Influence
the electorate, and, "taking pen in
hand," they have rushed to the newspapers to defend themselves and the
actB of their party. Let the good
work go on that when another election comes, the right man may be selected as the representative in each
district for tho good of that district
and thc good of tne Province as a
whole.—-Kamloops-Stnndard   Sentinel.
Correct Von Are, Mr. Kdltlr
Public school teachers iu Hamilton,
Out., nsked for salary Increases, and
the board of education there granted
what It supposed would be a handsome advance. When the teachers
heard of it, they promptly held an
indignation meeting, told the board
thc least they would accept, and intimidated that if thc didn't gotesomo*
thing very close to their ultimatum
they wuuld all go ou a strike. It is
evident thut In all parties of thc Dominion members of the teaching profession huve been fur too easy with
their employers in times past.—Calgary Herald.
IIUSTT   YK.-.H8  1G0
Kxlracts from the Cranbrook
Herald ot this date. 18B9
W. F. Gurd ha:: gone to N'elson to
spend Christmas with his pnrenls.
The report thut .luck Laniont ts
dead is unfounded He is in Scuttle
alive nnd well.
0. H. Miner hus moved his workshop to the second floor of his building so as to give him more room fnr
goods on the first floor
William Sutton Is tilling T. 8,
Drumtnoud's place In Superintendent
Cameron's office during Mr. Drutn-
mond's absence In the east.
Mrs. VonDecar. Mrs. Milner, Mrs.
Uask. Mrs. McMillan ..nd Messrs.
Frank VnnDccnr, Lattimer and Smith
visited the Horseshoe mine last week.
A large number of West Kootenay
Indians came ln yesterday to attend
services at the mission on Christmas.
They take rcadll to the quick transportation advantage' offered now by
rail.
9The Herald Is u little shy on news
matter this week. But Christmas
comes but once u year, and thee boys
fn the newspaper ofllce enloy Christmas just us much as nny one olse.
Tho Oold Mining Company have
placed a block of 100,000 eharex on
the market, and thoy are being handled by Frank D. VanDecar, Hie official agent ol the compan. j
REAL BANKING SERVICE
All branches of this Bank are in a position to
give the most comprehensive Banking service.
Government and Municipal Securities are
dealt in. Foreign Exchange bought and sold.
Money Orders and Letters of Credit issued.
Collections made on all points in Canada or
overseas. ao>
IMPERIAL BANK
DISCOVERING CANADA
Cranbrook Branch,
OF CANADA
B. E. Howard, Manager.
Sub'Atf.ncy .1 Klmberley.
MINING-SMELTING
This wt-ok ts v.-.tiu" sins', an exodus
of mining men from tho oiiarntlng
camps to tlieir homes anil to tin1 cities for tiio holiday season The mild
weiitlior of the past week *ias made
tfreui changes la the situation where
it wns anticipated it might be iit.-cc.-i-
aary lu close completely for the winter and until spring thawed ont tlie
Btreame from which water for operating purposes wns beliiR secured.
Some oldtinie prospectors contend
the froozoiip was only a temporary
ono am) indications are that there
will yet remain many days before
sprri-j; when operations can be carried
Looking Intu rossilitlitUs
nf Ui'wto|tinK Iron Deposits
The recent announcement ol the
iscovcry of tinmense llmonite ore deposits oa Whitewater Creek Ullooet
district, has nroused much interest
and there lias heen ;i steady stream
of inquiries showing the interest
aroused in ttie possibility of the establishment of an iror. and steel industry in British Columbia.
Horniest.-, for information as to tlie
extent of the deposits referred to, and
as lo Uie mnRne,--ites of the Const,
have come from various sources.
English en p| tal lute, niinJnf?; men interested In the Orient who .state thai
owiriK to unfavorable conditions there
they might be induced to move to
Hrltti.h Columbia if reasonable en-
cournReuu-nt were given, and Provincial financiers have been sendhiR out
feelers and compiling data as to the
prospects. In short, It would appear
now, thnt should the iuvestlfiations
that are to he initiated in the sprlnfi
Creek ores prove satisfactory, there
In every probability that action will
bo taken by somel>ody.
Mr. Percy Leggatt, director of
Thomas Summersnn &• .Sons, railway
owners and car builders, of Darlinp-
ton, Knpland. is ((uotod as statitiR
that his firm fs consfderlnR launching
an Iron-stee! industry in B.C. The
firm Is interested in smelters and refineries in Kngland.
Mr. I.cRRatt evidently sntislied
that the ore necessary is available. He
seems to be Impressed with tlie possibilities of the electric hearth methods
of steel fabrication and, in this connection declares that the imperative
need is to obtain cheap power.
Exports havo been conducting experiments witli iron ore samples from |
different parts of the world on behalf
of Summerson & Sons and the specimens from British Columbia, and especially those from Texada Island,
nre said to he suitable.
Henry Mnllln Succeed-- to
Position of Mine Inspector
Mr. John Newton, for many years
Provincial Mines Inspector, wltll
heiidiiuarters at Nanaimo, li. C.
whose death as already announced,
took place on tlie t'.th of December.
Although ill for months he continued
his official duties up to within n few
days of the end, liavlnR been on a
Crip of inspection tn the Britannia
Mines. Howe Sound, when overcome.
Ills death occurred shortly after lie
returned to his home city
Mr. Newto's work was almost entirely among  the coal  mines of the
known to officials anil men of the'
Canadian Western Fuel Company and
the Canadian Colliorloa Un. Ltd.. and
highly respected by alt.
The position thus vacant will he
filled by Mr. Henry Devlin, a long-
servico member of tlie mines' inspection staff, who for years hns shared
with the late Mr. Now ton the ro- j
sensibilities or the Nanaimo Inspectorate He has had jnridlction over
the Comox and Extension Coal Mines,
Pending another appointment, Mr.
Devlin's place is beiiiR taken by Mr.'
James Dixon, a member of tlie Board
of Examiners. Under the terms of a ■
recent amendment to the Coal Mines
Regulation Act. be Is also an acting;
insptK-tor.
Eastern Syndicate Acquires
Mauiicsliim Sulphide deposits
Interests held hy Messrs. \V. H.
and ti. J. Hammond in the magno- '■
slum sulphide deposits at Baciiue. B.
O. near Kamloops have b»en disposed1
or tn eastern capitalists, $125,000 be-1
I Continued  on   Pare   Five)
m:<ui, notices
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that an application will he made to the Legislative Assembly of the Province ol
British Columbia at the nexl session
on lehalf of the Ass .cKUon of Professional Engineers of British Columbia for a Private Bill to Incorporate
the said A:-.*ocialion. the eald hill to
ho known as THE BRITISH COLUMBIA ENGINEERING PROFESSION
ACT for the purposes of governing
and regulating the practice of Civil.
Mining. Metalurglcai, Mechanical and
Chemical Engineer!.ir in the Province of British Columbia, and tlie qualification, examination and registration
of Intending pructioners, the discipline of its members and for the acquiring of real and personal property
aud the disposal of the same and for
the general management of the Association.
DATED at ihe City of Vuncouver.
li. ... iiii- :,tii day of December. A. D.,
I'.iili.
H. S. TOBIN.
fl' (he tlr r Pattullo & Tohin,
Solicitors for the Applicants.
18-12-lit
Out of the iutM-cHtinc if iurvituMe.
results of tin: gr«at war lb the
way in wUiuh lt lias dlveittd
th* course of summer travel.
Formerly, when Mr. and Mrs.
Upper Ten of Halifax ur Toronto
wished u> arrange their holiday itinerary, there was positively only one
place to go—-Europe.
Now ilrltUB have chanced. Mr. and
Mrs. Upper Ten must go somewhere
tor a summer vacation, and ao ihey
have discovered Canada.
They have found to their iiiuueu.se
surprise, tbat Canada has the most
gorgeous scenery tn the world, that
aothlac in aiiy of tbe older countries
can compare with our wonderful
Rocky Mountains, and that nowbue
Is there a more exquisite pastoral
landscape than In Ontario, or in tbe
British Columbia Valleys.
Eveu the prairies, despised and rejected by descriptive writers, have an
infinite charm to the real Westerner.
"Monotonous?" he says, in genuine
surprise, "monotonous? Never! I'd
sooner motor over a prairie trail
than take tbe flneet macadamt/.'d
lakeshore drive lu the world. Thai's
monotony, If you like. Nothing but
unooth pavements, conventional bou-
I'varda and formal city houses with
tbelr neat little gardens."
"No, sir, give uie the open road
where you can let out a warwhoop. if
rou like, sing If you want to, drive
with your hat off. and your sleeves
rolled up, take a pot-shot al the
gophers bobbing up to watch you
pass, or stop for a 'chtn'cblu' at a
bomest-eader's shack and find him
nighty glad to see you. What would
one of your city folk think, I ask
rou. If you stopped at bis door to
say. 'I'm driving acroes your town,,
snd thought I'd Jum stop for achat'
Oee! He'd have you arrested! Ms'
for tbe pralrte!"
But tt isn't all prairies and homesteaders ln ibe West. You may ho
Just, as formal aad "dreseed-up" as
you like at the beautiful mountain
hotels of Banff, Lake Louise. Field.
Glacier, and at the coast. All the
hotels from Winnipeg to Victoria are
excellent, hut personally I like the
Banff Springs Hotel at Banff, the
Chateau at lake Louise, and the Empress at Victoria. These three hotels
are so particularly restful and
"homey" In their atmosphere, tbat
one feels as if ont> could linger there
forever ln a lotus-eater's paradise,
always happy snd comfortable,
i At Banff there are innumerable
methods of enjoying outsell — such
(1)    Lake Louise in the Clouds.    (2)    Banff Springs Hotel,
sulphur baths, such mountain walks sleep out under th? stars and got just
and rides, such fishing, such meals, as far away from civilization as your
such evenings of talk and music bt- heart desires.
fore blazing  Ior  fires, such a splen-      And then, when you  come to Vaii-
did danyi.ifc floor In the sun parlor couver and   Victoria,  you   may  have
I grow quite homesick when I think all th-? advantages of sno;i=, macad-
o| Banff. aml/.ed roads, fccod hotels, and ll.ea-
At Utke Louise one could be happy tres, together wiih a cerUin OtleiiUl
tf one diil nothing all day hut to alt flavor thai Is both piquant and tas-
a.i.l  gaze ut  ilia'  exquisite emerald clita'lng.     Japanese servants in 'he
lake,  set   like a  gein  in  Its circle of hulels. .Japaut-se  and  Chinese   shops
snow-crowned   mountains,  the   sun with all suits of lutrigulng novelties
transmuting  the wooded slopes Intu in  ihe  windows, lull, dignified Hlu-
purples and golds and greens such as dus with tbelr picturesque turbans,
out* would see nowhere »■"-*• in the stalkiug about   the   streets,   sailors
world. And when you add to ihat uu- from every country off   ihe   variivis
para!.'Mi  view   the    ''harm    of tlie sh.ps in port- nothing is quite so In-
hotel witli It* lawns like green v*l- teresttng as a coast town.
vet and Hi* beds of while and golden      "See Canada  first," should be tha
popples,   its  chiniz-himg   bedroom!'
and Its cosy Blttlng-rooms, you havi
scenery   viewed   tinder   ideal condl
tions.
If you really wain io "rough It.'
ynu may, ai any of ihe mountain resorts, engas-e .
start out  foi  s.n<tiiI days, weeks, or h
even   mouths  uf mountain-climbing, lu..   .
You may tide and fish uud uampaud.for hu*
Id
slogan of nil loyal Canail
■ davB or storm and stress.   It
■ give eaeli uud every one of us a more
passionate love for our country if wo
' could ro from Halifax to Vancouver
 -■  lo see Just whwl an I lie* (Jumble U'ea-
Swlss guides und sure we have In our Dominion and
orth while it la to fight for
i live fur her, u. il even tu liltt
OPERATIONS
UNNECESSARY
HKPATOI.A removes mill Stones
corrects App6ndicl.il In U hours
without pain, Hcf-lstcroi! under
l*lire Food anil DniR Act.   tfiM
Sol). Mmiiihirluror
MIIS.   GK0.   S.   AMIAS
Bov ICC! '.'HIP |||| Air. S.
Suskulooll, Kn-.lt.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
(Section 24).
I.N THE MATTER nf l-nl 14, Block 7
Lot !". Block 11, Town of Kimliei ley,
Ai;il» net. Kootenay District'.
Proof Itaving eon llled in ray olllce
of tlto loss or Certificate of Title No.
;t4t!TK. to the nove mentioned lunde
111 the name of Robert S. Letmie, and
bearing date tbe ititlt May, 1900. I
herrlij irlir noliee of my intention at
tbo expiration of one calender montii
from (be (Irst publication hereof to
Issue to tbe snld Robert S. Lennle a
frcali Certificate dr Title In Hen ot
Bitcli lost Certificate. Any iwrson having any information with reference to
such lost Certificate of Title Is requested to communicate with the undersigned,
Dated at tlto Land Registry Ofllre,
Nelson. B.C., tbis third dry of Decern-
nor. 1919.
E, S. STOKES
District Registrar of Titles
imte of first publication, Thursday-
llth dny of Docombor, 1919.
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AU Yon Can Ship
And Will Pay These Extremely High Priced
GET A SHIPMENT OFF-TODAY
ttlEXIMtlRGf    N "I IAR0E
lull IU tllkf "
N»l MEDIUM 1  N»l SMALL
HI 2
it-mi *. .
MONUMENTS
Kiioli'iiii) Granite & Monumental Co., Ltd.
General Stone Contractors and
Monumental Works
Front St., .tielsnn   I'. O. box Ml..
P. M. MAt'I'lll'IISON
Undertaker
I'hone .1.MI
Norbury Ave, nest lo Oily Hall
Tiio SIlOO SpcelitllHl
.KIH MAIIAP0DI
Satisfaction Unarinteed
Meadiiuarters for til kinds of
Repairs
DKPARTMHNT Ol" LANDS
NOTICE
APPLICATION TOR (IRAZINt!  PERMITS FOR TIIL SI-ASON OF 1920    ;
Applications for  jiermlts tu graze
livestock on the Crown range within!
ench grazing district, or the Province
of British Columbia must be llled with
■ the District   Forester   at  Cranbrook,'
Ft. Qeorge, Kamloops, Nelson, Prince
j Rupert, Vancouver and Vernon or
I with tbo Commissioner of Crazing.
i Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B. C...
Ion or before February 29th, 1920.
j    Blnnlt forms updh which to submit
applications may bo obtained from thc
! Dlstrlcl Foresters at tho above named
I places   or   rrom   tbe   Department   of
Lands ut Victoria, B.C.
, O. R. NADKN,    i
i Deputy Minister ot Lands.!
Department of Lnmls,
|    Victoria. 11. ('.,
Dec. f.tb, 1919. 12-11.41
MUSKRAT
Winter
Fall
4.00 to 3.50
3.00 to 2.75
3.25 to 2.75
2.50 to 2.25
2.50 to 2.00
2.00 to 1.60
1.75lo 1.50
1.50 lo 1.25
1.75 to li5
1.501*1.00
When in Cranbrook
The Place To Enl
is al
Alex Hurry's
Tables  in Connection
Hurry's White Lunch
MINK.
Fine, Dark
Usual Color
Palo
25.00lo20.00
15.00tol2.00
10,00lo 8.50
I8.00tol4.00
llOOlo 9.00
8.00to 7.00
12.00lol0.00
8.50lo 7.50
6.50lo 6.00
9.00 to 750
7.00 to 6.00
5.00 lo 4.50
9.00 to 5.00
7.00 to 4.00
5.00 to 3.00
L,YNX
Montana lli-Miitiriiiil
Mrnl* at All Hours
I'liars, Clgiirilles nnd Cltlulj
CRANBROOK 8TI1I.BT.
Opposite the Bank of Commerce
HoavyFurreC
Ordinary
75.00lo65.00
60.00lo50.00
60.00to50.00
45.00to40.00
45.00to40.00
35.00to30.00
35.00io2S.00
2S.00lo20.00
35.00lo20.00
25.00tol5.00
These extremely high prices are based on the well-known "SHUBERT" liberal
grading and are quoted for Immediate shipment No. 3, No. 4, and otherwise
Inferior skins at highest market value. For quotations on other British Columbia
Furs, write for "lbr Wpibrrt mtfipptt." tho only reliable and accurate market
report and price list ol Its kind published. It's FREE—Write for It.
A shipment to "SHUBERT" will
resultln "more moi»,ey"-"qulcker."
. INIB. Alt.    YOUR    FURS'    DIRECT   .TO.
A.B. SHUBERT-
THELMESTHOUSE IN THEWW OWING EXCLUSIVELY IN
NORTH AMERICAN RAW FURS
%•*) Donald Si Dept. 2is   Winnipeg Cmcufe
nu: imuii: IIAKKIIV
Iinlil. Frame. Crop.
.•'rcsli lii'i'tiil. liiili.'s I'ltta
mnl I'osii)
1                      Plione .'17
Norbury Ave.      Opp City Hall
DR.DeVAN'S FEMALE PILLS"
! i.i.-lii'iiie lur all I't-ii.-i.e C ,iii) l.iiui.   •'•
1 or three ror$IO, luiinitfHton     > i-1n!
i nddrcMonrecclhtof prlct*. Tun**  mi:i.i
; t:o., tit.uitliKrliic!*, omit..".
I fur Nerve inul llffllttl liicKctifei ''grey mntlcr'
I uTon-i'-will 111II1I >-.«! tip   Tint   ,...,h. ifoi
U,Btilru|[Ktun.-H Or«y ii-...-' Hi "'I I "'I lirlM
I THE S..OHULL lilt..)CO., !il  I'ullui INM-OUUI io.
mm
■■■ Thursday, December •.'•">. I»l»
1 II £    t: ll A Ml K II () K    HE It A I, I)
A G I
I I V i;
(Per r ^
Christmas
j
t
Mav This Yuletlde Season
Bring the Fullest Measure
of Good Cheer to Every
Home in Cranbrook
and the District
♦
MINES AND MINING
(Continued trom Page Pour)
CRANBROOK DRUG & BOOK COMPANY
W. J. ATCHINSON, MGR.
Ilftj Hume ; I
Night Plione 804
Ail, MAIfi OttDHItS PROMPTLY ATTI.NIU.Il TO
placed in roundhouses where tbey will
1m» ovrhauled preparatory to tlto new
year's operations.
Operations at iho mlno will be con-.
titiucd through tho wimer so iliai.
when ihe railway is opened there will
he a large quantity or ore on the dump
ready for Bhlpraont. Communication
will he kept open for the district of
seventeen miles by means of dog
tennis.
Through Curbonlillng, Expert
Sees Great Future for Coal
Coal nnd  its  by-products  wns ihe
subject of 11 paper by Mr. Alexander
Sharp. ('. 13,, read recently at one of |
a serlos of wimer lectures being hold
under the auspices nr the British Col-1
uinhin   Chamber    of   Mines.     After
Bpcnktug nf th" waste involved in the
use or coal direct  font the mine be]
observed that  the principles of carbonizing coal   should   bo   adopted i<
supply cheap fuel for manufacturing
and   domestic   purpose.-..     Then   the
urounded by mud rings.] provincial iron ores would ho smelt.
with  a  coUe sold  at   ?ii a ton.    Ten
years from  now.  lie asserted, not n
souttlefnl of raw coal would be consumed fn thc City or Vancouver
the foundation  would mttVO been laid
for a great by-product  Industry in -
eluding dyes of nil colors, shades and
hues.
Index .Mine Owner* to Extend
Opera I (ons; Ituy Fling Mine
Owers of the ttdox Mine have cc-
qulred the Flint clnlni on which some
development hus been done with satisfactory results, the consideration
being about $22,500. Tho Government
Mining Engineer In 1917 reported thai !
"n nice showing of ono foot or solid
oro averaging ton oz in stiver and six-
ty-iive per cent, lend" had been opened
up. Since then .some work has been !
done It is understood that opera-
tion nre to be carried on through tlte
ing  the   sum  mentioned a^   having '•
changed bands in the transaction. He-;
ferring  to  this property, which lias!
heen held and to some extent upera-:
ed by the Basque Chemical Produc-
toln Co.. Ltd., the Minister of Mines'
report   for   IMS   queues   Charles   A.
Kewhall, of Seattle. Wn„ as follows:
"Examination   wob   made   in   the;
lakes on  March 8, considerable snow l
was  on   the  ground  and  it   wus  impossible   to   form  an   exact   estimate
as tit the extent of the suits in that,
tin- mud and the salts thrar dodaroad
we    could    not    distinguish    between
tho mud  aud  the  salts.    In   general
the formation of these lakes is simitar to the ones that oree being worked lu  tho district  tributary to Oro-
I ville, Wn.   The salts occur in pools;
Of  varying  shapes  and sizes;   these
I pools being
, Tin- excavations made on the lakes
[ Indicate that the pools carry layers
of salt to a total depth of approxlm-
j iitely twenty roet, the salts lying In
laers and intermixed with mini. These
pool* are, more or less, conical in
shape, tapering off towards the bottom, in olher words, the greatest
area Is exposed at the surface. Mud
to varying depths lies between the
pools, and this mud fn oilier lakes has
always been found tn carry more or
less salts."
Several carloads of the product
already have boon shipped to eastern
markets, where the demand evidently
is gratifying, The force employed recently was increased and. with the
change In management, it is stilted,
that the facilities for increasing the
output materially aro to be provided.
The deposits are situated In tho Dominion Government rail belt, only aj
HcIps appetite
and digestion.
Three  flavours.
wtmf^mm^mmy^m^m^ft,^^
j{ 97/errj/ Christmas
Vo  fill
E. A. HILL
MKXS'   ItltMSHF.lE
'SALVATION  AHMY  ENTERTAINS
nill.DltEN WITH XXAS TREE
Monday    evening,   the    Salvation
, Army arranged a Christmas tree for
the children, and a most enjoable time
j was had by the little folk.
i    Presents   were   distributed   among
the little guests and good cheer pre-
, vailed throughout the entire evening.
The Christmas tree arrangement  is
one of the annual events of the Army.
The committee in charge of the
Christmas tree arranged for tho children at Kimberley made most excellent arrangements for tli* occasion
through iiii* liberal assistance given
; them by the merchants of this city.
Tho little folk at Kimberley were not
overlooked hy Santa.
When
your mouth tastes
like all the mean
things you ever did-
mixed together, then
you need Beecham's
Fills. Your mouth is a good indication
of lhe condition of stomach and bowels.
BEECHAM'S
Sold .»--jwk.-.    ■%■■  ■ etm,
pii I c
In bo»«i, 25c, 50c. W   IkLV
Uttnl .S.I. of An Mo-li-in. la Uw WstM
XMAS Q00DS JUST ARRIVED
l.itllt's*  Silk   Waists,  I.nuns   himi-nii*.  I'lincj   Itnudker.
chiefs, Hand I'nliiled t'hlnauftre, Tables, Chairs, llnsfcots.
KVKHYTIUXN   SOLD    IT   VERY    LOWEST   PRICES
Ml   hlml'-   of   Chinese   and   Jnpniicto   t ds   Imported   Hired.
DAN YOYN TONG
Uni hit  \tenuc, at rearm' MtthmlM (lunch
WANT ADS.
'0 LET— Two furnished rooms. Ap-
I'ly seven o'clock p.m., 115 Armstrong avenue, IMS-It
VANTED Gontleman wants comfortable rt Din, (close In), in private
family, witli USO of bath. Address
il. Herald office. ll-27*3t
MATERNITY NURSING.—Apply US
Million Avon no, or Hox 931, Fernle.
II. C. 12-18-4!
&»
.
-jMrtliotust Chuitl)
SlMlAi   NEXT
II   \. II., DIVINE WORSHIP
Jlllfl I'. >l.—IMtim- Worship.
I'M'ii.'iii't! iti:v. it. iv. i,i:i:
Invited
IN
YlMI   ,
.   .   |   •
.:■■ "i. it"  ■ ;■:' ii j -::::' 1;: i. -1 - 'L-'l: ;i j ■:'.:.: :;;■:,:,'i"i:;. nt.  iiiii" .,-
PRESBYTERIAN
Church
Rev. Hugh McKay Lyon, Minister.
SUNDAY NEXT
11 a, ni,    Divine Service
12 noon    Sabbath School
7.30 p. nt. Evening Service
When   In   Spiilum.'   Make
II tho
Hotel
Coeur
d'Alene
The Mold Hi tli n Person-
ality.
short  distance  from the main  lines) whiter.
of the Canadian Pacltlc Hallway and' *.-♦.♦	
near the Cariboo Road, between Tin Ladies' Auxiliary of the CI.W.V,
Spence'H Bridge and Ashcroft, The A. are giving the soldiere1 kiddles a
property Includes five lakes. i Christmas tree  and nre seeking as*
--——• I Blstnnce In donations from those who
Tonnage Not Large to Ihe | fcel kflui|V disponed towards the un-
Smellcr During Cold Spell ; dertaklng.   Anyone wishing to assist
Following  is a report of the oro cnn sem| donations to the Secretary,
shipments to the smelter of the Con- j iioal Office Box "tiT.
soliatod  Mining and  Smelting Com-'
puny of Canada Limited at Trail, for
the week-ending. December 14, 1019:
Mine und Place Gross Tons
Alamo Mill. Alamo         53
Emma. Coltom  1087
Grant, Alnsworth         1
Iron Mask. Kamloops       42
Josie,  Rossland       355
North Star. Kimberley     163
Porto Rico, Ymlr         3
Providence,
IX 5 not enough to make
WRIGLEYS good, we
must KEEP it good until
you set if.
Hence the sealed package
—impurity-proof -guarding,
preserving the delicious contents-the beneficial goody.
The Flavour Lasts
■
GRIP, INFLUENZA
Hamlin'. Wizard OH a Rallabla,
Antlaaptlc Pravantlva
During influenza epidemics spray
the tiosc and throat several time.-- a
duy with one part Wizard Oil and
two parts water, using an atomizer,
It you haven't an atomizer* gurgle
^^^^^^^^^^ the throat ami snuff thc mixture up
Greenwood       44 J the nose. This treatment sets up
NAM
SEALED TIGHT      in
Canada
KEPT RIGHT
Queen Bess. Sandon  64
Rossland Prop,. Rossland  909
Rambler Cariboo, Rambler .... 52
Silversmith,   Sandon  119
Standard. Silverton   297
Surprise. Rosebery   434
St. Eugene Moyle   50
Sullivan.   Klmberley  449
Whitewater.   Rotallack     28
1341
Boll} Vanleii Mine Close*;
Major Batl* Leaves Its Employ
Major A. W, Davis, the mlnln engineer who has had charge of the operations of the Dolly Varden mine has
left the employ of tht Taylor Mining
Company and has gone Into private
professional practice In Vancouver,
B, C,
The Dolly Varden Railroad has
been closed down for tbe winter the
locomotives and rolling stock being
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meets ln tbo
Parish Hall
first Tuesday
afternoon of
every month
at 3 p.m.
Pres. Mrs. D.
^^^^^^^^^     Campbell, box
687
Secy, Mr?. J. W. Burton, P. O. Box Hi.
All ladles cordially Invited.
septic wall of tie tense against
"Flu" germs.
Chest colds and sore throat lead
to grip. Stop them at once with
Wizard Oil before they can develop
into dangerous influenza.
Get it from druggists for .10c, If
not satisfied, return the bottle and
get your money hack
Ever constipated or have sick headache? Just try Wizard Liver Whips
pleasant little pink pills, 30c at druggists.   Guaranteed,
QfWM iia^ss   tt\fm*
(CETRE
m.ir\f,m    r\f,m.ml\f,s, ,.f\f,m  sm/tttm.
READY FOR CHRISTMAS
-oM3
Urn. Green & MacKinnon
I'll?slelaas and Surgeuus
Office at residence, Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICE HOURS
Forenoons   9.00 to 10.00
Afternoons   2.00 to   4.00
Evenings 7.30 to   8.S0
Sundays   2.30 to   4.30
CRANBROOK, B. C.
New Clothes for Old
Semi
Pressed m
us your garments in  lie I leaned,  Dyed  <<r
il save the prici* of new.
Cranbrook Cleaners $ Dyers
I'.   V.   WILLIS,   STaaagrr.
Foremost Cleaners and Dyers of Erer-rthing
I    Phone I5J
B"*--V mtfrimtj)/,
CRANBROOK, ll. ( .
ssmtSmXmsmttMtJtsmsettnkfkjis,ssnti/9%.
Box
iWir"»*jO
DR. F. II. JULES
DENTIST
Olllce In Hanson Block
OFFICE HOURS
9 to 12. a.m.
1  to    6 p.m.
CRANBROOK, B.C.
I  Now   Open   For Business
XLhc dlub Cafe
in Biker Streu
excellent service.
Opposite Cosmopolitan hotel
in. tniiTK in ie
TABLES UUI I. tints
PLASH, SPECIFICATIONS,
ESTIMATES   AXD
SLTEKINTENDANCE
HemiMlflllnK and Repairs a
Specially.
J.    V.    lit I'll •'ROV'T
CBANBBOOK   COTTAGE
HOSPITAL
I'rltale Nursing Hone
l.lcensid liy Provincial Govt.
Maternity aud General Surslug
Massage and Rest Cure, Highest
References, terms moderate.
Apply Mrs. A. Crawford. Mitrou
Plione 259 I'. O. Boi 84G
Address, Garden Ave. Cranbrook
('HAS. 8. PARKER
Forwarding aad Distributing
Agent tor
Utkkrldf e aad e.eenklll Caal
laaerlal Oil Ca.
Dlstrbutlon Can a Specialty.
Itraylnit and  I ransferrln(t
Qlven prompt attention
Phone (I
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Craakraak, B. C.
Meets ever; Tuesday at I pa In
tbe Fraternity Hall
('. O. BorgKtroin. C. C.
C. H. Collins. K. R. * 8.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited to attend.
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada Limited
Offices, Smelting and Refining Department
TRAIL, BRITISH  COLUMBIA
SMELTERS     AND     HKFlNKItS
Piirrliascrs in' Gold, Silver, Copper nml Lend Orea
Producers m' Gold, Silver, Copper, Bluestone, I'ltr Lend mnl
Zlnr "TAIianac" Brand.
Convenient to Everything
Very   Moderate  Rates
CltAMlItOOK
FARMERS' INSTITUTE
lli'Kiilnr Meeting:
SECOND SATI'ltllAY «t each
inimlli nl i p.m. In tke CH; Hall
I. O.O. F.
KEY CITY LODGE, No.42
Meets   every
Monday ulgbt
       at Fraternity
Hall.     Sojourning   Oddfellows
cordially Invited.
Noble Grand, Bee. Sec,
J. ll.Wliltehouse   W, M. Harris
FOR PAINTING
-AND--
PAPERH ANQING
Elf.
Telephone
JOHN 0ARD
Phone No. 400
Cranhrook,   .    .    .11. ('.
DEZALL'5 GARAGE
Repair Work Solicited,    t'rlcoi Reasonable
GAS, OIL, till, THUS ami I'liltli ACCESSORIES IK STOCK
Aircnl*
The Studebaker
MM. SIX LIMIT SIX
If cmsltlcrini; hiijini* a car Mill on us   If jroii lunc 11 Unlit onr ire
will Inkr It on i»nrl imjincnl tit a rcasonnbje prlci.
FRANK DEZALL
Patronize - Home - Merchants V AG E   SIX
Till.    (   11 A Mt It 00 Iv     HE KALI)
Thursday, Deeomlior -'.">. 1019
Picture News Fr
'•1T-»f
k&.
.JnU.-t-Jl-v-l
Canadain Engine Drivers Success
tram o to those who knew.
'IDk Is an example of the
iir developed by tbo rall-
i-o. His duty to blf com-
hls passengers was his
governing Influence. The Canadian
Panlfic Hallway Company through
tlir wholo gamut of odiclair, and
men. from prealdorfl to the newest
hfakpmnn feels prldo in ibe record
ot thia vek'ian eiijjineejCi   	
-Mr, Patrick was born in South
Durham, CG miles fast of Montreal,
til) years ago. His parent* wer«
farmers and he followed the earn*
occupation until he went west to
railroad. He was married in 1880
uud hns tbree children, Miss Jean
anil Mr, John Patrick of Vancouver,
ami Mrs, R. Boye of Calgary,
Alberta,
■■-,"' ■"■"    ' ~ Juy.*.J
Get Behind the Women's Auxiliary Q. W. V. A.
and Provide a Merry Xmas for Soldiers Kiddies
^MMMMM Thursday, December 25, WU
■I'ltE    CRANBROOK    HERALD
P A li E   S E V E N
These Cranbrook Professional Men Extend the Season's Compliments
to their Patrons and the People Generally of Cranbook and District
MACDOXALH & MSIU.T
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.
Cranhrook, B. C.
fll'RB k SPREULL
Barristers, Etc.
Cranlirnok, 11. t'.
IHIS. HIM l\  A   11 \i KIWON
Physicians nml Surgeons
Crnnbrook, B. C.
lilt, f, II. MILKS
llentlst
Crunhrniik, B. C. mrmm
V X 0, I     E I G II
THE    CltAMlItOOK    HERALD
Thursday, December *!',, llll!)
CHRISTMAS 1919
The  President. Directors and   Officer! of
THE ROYAL BANK
OF CANADA
desire to offer to the Customers
and friends of thc Bank Best
Wishes for a happy Christmas
and a Prosperous New Year.
Social-Personal
li   Sptlh r, Fernie,  waa  here lust
Thursday,
John  V. Sounle:
last   week-end.
Waldo,  was here
MIIIMfflgm
Iff--*" "   _
".•*•--£*■<■
-^rs
Miss Ivy Bidder spent tlie week-end
wiih friends hi Fort Steele.
K.   Doner  lias  gone  to  California!
ror a visit <if several weeks.
.Mr* Jnraes Pello is at Sirdar spending tlu.' I'lirisinias holidays -.villi rela*
YV.
Wo
Insure Willi tli
Company.
Protecl your valuables by renting
a Safety Deposit Box nl Benle S Ell
TOll'8.
ir you are. consltlerlug a trip lo ilie
Old Country -See Dcnle * Blwell, the
Steamship Agents.
Beale ..- Elweli Imve fur Bale a
nice cottage on Hansen nnvenuo and
iwo  lots lor seven hundred dollars.
Tliis is u snail   'l"«'i overlook li.
Tiio mean temperature in Victoria
during tho late cold Bpell was twenty
degrees below the average ror tho
lasl   twenty   yonis,    Instead  ol  heing
REX THEATRE
IVIslilnif Inn All the Compliments   nl'   Ilie   Si'ltsmi
CIIIIISTIIAS  SI'ECIAI,
Wriliiesihn   anil Tlmrsilnj
MARY
PICKFORD
"THE HOODLUM"
i:vi:mm-s o.M.y
IKIIMV    (Ml   SA'IT'RIMY
OLCA PETROVA
III
"lliuigliler of llcstlnj'"
nml
Si'iini'lls Hii; Homily Slum
"Henrls umi PJotvors"
Hun. nml lens L'll-llO.
In
"Thi' it is- Is I'uiir .Han"
Next Week-Weil, k Thurs.
NCI!    VEAH'S   Sl'KCIAL
(Our Trent Itemilar Prices}
Tlir entire lllislc.il Cniiieil)
I'll ill   .. illi  ui'im'iiiil  score
"OH BOY!"
JI
' -^ P
NOTICE :
This   Store   will   lie   |-
open |
ALL DAY
WEDNESDAY f
tur tlie convenience
of Christmas
Shoppers
W .  II . IV I I. S 0 N   K;
Jeweler „«i
...■>.«««-«!!»"., -ipl, ljtm:W>    '.<
den is at Long Heaeli,
Calltornln with his tnmlly, and will
toko  a   well-earned   rest  of  several
weeks.
t.estie ami .Mrs. l.oueks have gone
lo Eastern nnndlau eilios where they
will spond liie iioliilays with relatives and fri Is.
' C. Taylor has arrived here from
Ciliary ivliori he litis been attending
eologe anil is spending the Iioliilays
Willi  his pnvonts, Mr. and .Mrs.  Rob-
Xnr.-i   Mctlinuis, or the SI. liligcno
hospital staff, who lias been 111 for
' some time suffering Willi typhoid lever, ims so im- recovered as in he
able to resume her duiies.
. .Miss Joyce llalamore, who has been
j in Tacotna, Wash., allending school,
; arrived homo Sunday evening la spend
Uie Christmas holidays wltll her pa-
' rents, Mr. ami Mrs. C. W, Hallamoro.
George Dixon, who has been In Xi I-
sou taking a business eour.se. arrived
lionie. Prldny evening, to spend tlie
Christmas holidays. The boys say
they knew Qeorge was longing in get
TI:erc ia tore energy
in sv. pou id ol good
bread n...de in the
home wiili Royal Yeas*
! Cakes than in a. pound
of meat. Bread making
is a. simple operation
and requires no previous experience. Full
instructions in Royal
Yeast Bake Book,
nailed free on request.
E.W.CII.I.KTTCO.tTD.
TORONTO
•THK IIOIHILIW IS MARY
flCKFOHD-S BIfifiEST BOll
Mary Plckford's latest production,
from her own studios, " Tbe Hoodlum," which will be seen at the Rex
theatre Wednesday and Thursday, affords tbis famous star the opportunity of her screen career to combine
the threads of comedy, rotuauce, society life aud tenement life in one
production Eastern crltlsc have pronounced it the greatest of all Miss
I'iekford's character successes.
treatment nl lhe si. I.ugono hospital
for an injure,! loot, has so far recovered as in he able lo accompany
hor mother to their home
.Mr. and Mrs Merrill Itutton returned home from their honeymoon -In
Manitoba on Sunday.
Sheriff Doyle. Nelson, who was in
lhe city lust week-end on business,
lias returned to Nelson.
Airs. P. V, Harrison, win, lias been
a patient ut si. Eugene hospital, has
covered as to lie able lo go
to   III
inline
I!!, the same as last year, tin* coldest   hack among Iiis old chums.
The Infant child of William Bidder,
of Klmberley, was brought Into the Si.
Eugene hospital to be Heated for an
abscess on Monday.
Prod Didder Is lying seriously ill
in st, Eugene hospital, and It Is hoped
by his friends thai a change Tor the
bettor will take place soon.
r
— Tlie Utile daughter of Mrs. Seaton.
I.ei  us supply you with your next (if KIbmerlty, wha has boen receiving
counter sales hooks.   We have a com
plele  Hue and  prices are as  low as      ..   , , , , I     tins   Kav   was   down   from   Crow's
„       ,   ,,      '   „        .,,   . sale koojlng,   It was later discovered ' '"   "*■■•-•
the  out-of-town   fol ow   wi      give   vou.    .,,,,,, , ....      Nest  last Thursday lo see ■, Itlivsiclnn
„„     ,,,,,,,, the   In,linn   had   partaken  of a   litter        "   '  -""rsun; lo sei n puysician,
mo Crnnbrook Herald. h(n muc|] ^^ M ^ h(j      I He is afflicted witl. mi -mack ot ap.
if l.v Job prlntlag you are in need   pear0(1 j" "ol,Cfl c00» il fl»e "r $30 po,,dIcItIs' "»' ,'"""-'1,,'] «» next day,
of. telephone tho HeraW mid let mir  VV;IS llB80S8ed against lllm lor dleor-| "*-*
solicitor call.   We are nt your service! llerly con{,,,ct-
with mi equipment second to none lnj
the Province.   Buy ut home and help      IIo,1H8l,0,t1er8 um] "to"" ■■»■ *"■<"
malte cranbrook a big-gor city. ! mo,'° '" tlie ^l".™"1 ot n supply ol
  ' water nfter the late freeze-up which
Mat your house with the Cranhroolt   cul,Eetl  ",!ll,*v of tlie M!I1",|-V lIne« >«
Agency Company. cca8° °Pcra,-InB. S«ntly In convonlen-
dug many
Why not ii pair of gloves, trunk,
roho or a club hug for u Christmas
.present? Wo have a large stock to
select from. The Cranbrook Saddlery
Co. Trunks und Travelling Goods,
Harness and Shoe repairs.
"Nl Sloppy Weeuthtr got I his work
Inst  week-end and inude the path of
the  shopper a miserable one,   However, good cliocr was to lie sfi'ii ev-j
ij.vwhere nnd people entered into tho
prevailing   Yuletlde  spirit   with   the'
The  Herald desires to extend its  ll8llul cheerfulness noticed at holiday
Bincorosl  thanks  to those numerous  S('-IS1"-S
new patrons who have volunteered to
come in an<j Hubscribe Tor the Her- N,MV ,l"'k Journal of Commorce:-
uld.   Also,   we   fully   nnpreclnte   the  "0il*  Boyl" one  thee season's gronl-
muny  compliment.-,  paid  us  for our  ('s' hits There is more fun In Oh,
ndeavors to give readers of Cran- Buy!" than in three or-four ordinary
brook a paper (It fnr the home and musical comedies rolled Into one —
which will be a credit to the city Al11' " has a lot of pretty girls In
when It goes abroad In the land. dalnl  costumes, who are in the pit*
— lure all Hie time ami who get into the
An  obstreperous   Hindu,  who ovi- same as If they really enjoyod It	
itoutly was under lhe impression the The beauty standard of "Oh. Boy!'
World's end hnd come, was found on landed in the middle of the Land ol
lust. Thursday night trying to oltmb Success with a report tiiat sounded
a telephone pnlr by NMght Patrolman like a \2 centimeter gun." it. plays the
Johnson, who took the fellow in fur1 Ilex Dec. 31 and January 1st.
O'-WAMe P6TROVA
WUGHTeROFDeSTINV
— - i
Prldny ami Saturday at tlie Hex
3
To All Our Patrons We Extend
the Season's Compliments and
hope that Each and Everyone
May Enjoy A Very Merry
Christmas
McCREERY BROS.
Cranbrook's Dry Goods and Clothing Stores
TRAIN FOR
A NURSE
I'll'll. MUSI'S.—Two
vti-.icancles in The""Gait
Hospital Training School.
Three-year course. Three
weeks' annual vacaton.
Eighteen in Ihe Sehooi.
Comfortable Nurses home
in separate building.
Apply:
l.nilj   Superintendent
CALT HOSPITAL
iiTiiiiiiiDt.i:
0F.T Vlll'lt
Job Printing
at nil-:
Herald Office
THC roitl'OIIATlON HV TIIK CITV
OF liMMlltOOK
mi \ini\u m:cno\
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to
ihe Electors of the Municipality of the
Corporation of the City of rrunbrook.
thai I require the presence of tlie said
Electors at tlie Municipal Ofllce of the
Corporation of the City of Cranhrook,
Norbury Avenue, Cranbrook, B. C, at
1.00 p.m.. i local time) on the 12th day
of January, 1920, for the purpose of
electing persons to represent them in
thc Municipal Council, as Mayor and
Aldermen, and tor the purpose of electing persons to represent them as Police Commissi mei.i License Commissioners* ami School Trnueu-i,
The mode of nomination of Candidates shall be as follows;
Thc Candidates shall be nominated
in writing; the writing shall be subscribed by two voters of the Municipality as proposal and seconder, and.
shall he delivered lo the returning of-!
(leer at any time between tlie date of!
tbe Notice and 'SM p, m. (local time)
of the day of the nomination; thef
suid writing may be ln the form ntmi-.
'bored 6 in the schedule of tlie Munlcl-;
P*il Elections Vet. anil ahall Mate tbe
name, residence, and occupation or
description of each person proposed.
fn such manner us sufficiently to iden-i
tit'y such candidate; and in the event1
of a poll bclne n-wossury, such poll
will be opened on the 15th day of January. 1020, at tht Municipal Building
on Norbury Avenue. Cranbrook. B.C.:
between the hours of 10.uo a.m. (locnl
time) until 8.0 p.m. (local time), of
which every person is hereby required io take noliee and govern himself
accordingly.
The au aU ficatlon by law reiiuired to
be possessed by thc candidate*-) for the
office or ofii-ces mentioned above nre
us follows:
I tilt MAYOR, thc person itualined
io lie nominated for and elected as thc
Mayor of any City shall be nny person
who Is a  nritish  subject of the  full i
age ni twenty-one years and not disci uni llled under any law, and hns for
thc  six  mouths  next  preceding  tbe I
day of nomination being the registered j
owner,  in  the Land Registry Olllce.
of Laud or Heal Property in the City
of the assrssed viilue, ou the last Municipal Assessment Roll, of One thousand tSLOOO.OOj dollars or more over :
and above any registered Judgment
or Charge, and who is otherwise duly,
qua 11 fled us a Municipal Voter.
1 <>i; AI,l>t:it>IK\. the person quail-
(led to be nominated for and elected ,
as the Aldemcn of any City shall be
any person who is a British subject l
of thc full age of twenty-one years
and not disqualified under any law,
and lias for six months next preceding the dny of nomination heing
tin reKlstered owner. In tbe Land
Registry Ofllce. of Land or Real Property in the City of the assessed value,
on tbe lasl Municipal Assessment
Roll, of Five hundred ($G00.OO) dollars or more over nnd above any reg- i
(stored Judgment or Charge, and who
Is otherwise duly qualified ns a Mil-
nlclpal Voter.
t'OMf t! rOMMISSIONKIt, iind Ll-
CKHSE COMMISSIONERS, tlie persons qualified to be nominated for!
and elected ns Police or License Commissioners shall be such persons as.
arc British subjects, of the full age
or twenty-one year, and who are not'
disqualified under any law, and who
are otherwise duly qualified as Municipal Voters.
SCHOOL TRUSTEES, the persons!'
qualified to be nominated for and •
elected ns School Trustees for tbej
( ranbrook Municipal School District
shall he any person being n British I
subject of the full age of twenty-one
years actually residing within tbo District, and having been for tbe six
months next preceding the date of
nomination the rogistered owner, In
the Land Registry Office, of Land or
Ileal Property In the City School
District or tlie assessed value, on the
lasi Municipal Assessment Roll, of
Five hundred ($500,00) dollars or
more over and above any registered
Judgmonl or Charge, and being otherwise qualified to vote at un Election
of School Trustees ln tho said School
District, shall be eligible to be elected
or to servo as u School Trustee In
such Clly School District.
Given under my hand nt Cranbrook.
B.C.. this 32nd day of December 10lit.
THOMAS M. ROBERTS.
I3-B5-3I Returning Officer.
()UR hopes are
that all the people of Cranbrook
will experience a
very happy Christmas.
 S
W. D. HILL
The  Ladies'   Wear Store
MAM'U Tlt.UN'IXfl  IV-.TlirtT.lR
I'll HARRY OS rlllllSTUAS DAY
Manual Training Instructor P, tl.
Morris departed Friday for Swift I'ur-
reut. Snsk., where lie will join the
(treat army of bonedlcts on Christmas
day. tnklns '.■>t• i himself n wife In the
person of Miss Alma Mngoe, formerly
a member of ihe Central school staff
here. Mr. Morris, logetlier wltll his
bride, is epected to arrive here in
lime for the resumption of his duiies
al the reopening of lhe sehooi term.
Tlir   Herald extends congratulations,
The Kootenay Orchards Sunday
school are giving a Christinas tree
enlerlainnienl Tuesday evening. Dee.
28rd, under the supervision of Mrs.
Seolt  Hall.
I
Cranbrook Sash and Door
Company
Uxtctiils
lho
Si'iison's   1
<iiii|illin,'nts  to
I'd Irons.
Wi
ii|i|ireclnlo
tln> I'liti-iinni;.'
I'xt.-n.lnl
us iliirlnii the ■i-iir 1010.
Vi.
F. ATTIIIIHIi:
STNAS
SANTA CLAUS
IN FULL SWING
Call and take advantage
of Our Offerings
Vie extern! to Ynu Cniii|iliinrnts nl tlie Seiisuu
mul Tliank Our und All tor 'Ihelr l'litroiiiiK,'
llurlnir the Year llllll.
phone aim
PHONE :19«
lliill Orders Promptly Attended To
MOFFATT'S VARIETY STORE
Wo will he open every night, and Wednesday one week
hefore Christum*.

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