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Array PROBINCIAX LIWLUIT
IHE OkaNBROOK HERALD
VOLUME   86
CRANBROOK, B.C, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 88th, 1988
NUMBER   SI
Friday
Saturday
pj trv-Ty    4      mr"^\ The Epic Photodrama of Lawless Alaska
S I A K   "THE SPOILERS" By rex beach
^t+^S H ff ^- .M ^/ — - « — ■«.«.«««,«» rim   r-tltST*     » C-C-T^At 1JI   lair.
THE SEASON'S NEWEST DRAMA WITH THE GREATEST CAST EVER ASSEMBLED.
Oct.
5&6
Now Forming
Amateur Body
Mntlnu   Monthly   Lveiiiiii:   A|i
point* Oftln-rs; 'hike l'|i Mlit-
li-r ul' ItT I'or Hockey
SlBSTAMiAL <JIKT
MADE TO POPULAR
MEM Mil OT G.W.V.A.
Mr. W.Johns MnuV INiipitiil of
IIiiihIsoiim' (Jill Prom
Co in rati oh
\i a largely utlondod mooting or
'iiivu-iiH ni llio <iiy hall mi Monday
availing tn consular tlio uiatlar of tlu1
formation oi' a branch nl' the Amateur
A tli lot It* Association o_f Canada und tu
tako up tin' question o[ providing accomodation ror skating nud hookey
playing for the doming winter, the
farmer wob accomplished mul action
ularled with n'Riird tu tlio latter.
Tha mooting uppotntod Mr. ti. T,
Molr us chairman uml Miss Delia
Drummond us secretary pro tern.
Tin' chairman liven outlined briefly
thu objects of the mooting us already
stated, painting out different reasons
for the necessity thereof, He refer
led to a Later from Dr. Davidson in i
which the latter recommended that, a
branch of thu Association be formed
In Cranbrook and that said branch by
resolution decide us to whether they
desired to come under the B.C. or the
Alhertn Jurisdiction, lt was pointed
nut, that belonging to or coming as
they do al present under the Alberta
Jurisdiction tlio hockey team would
not be eligible for competition for the
McBride cup. With the object of the
formation of such a branch, he suggested that nominations for officers
be called lor. Rev, E. W. McKay
strongly urged the formation of such
a branch, pointing out the success of
the efforts of those backing amateur
baseball as well as the results shown
by the amateur hockey team last season warranted such action. The
meeting accordingly elected the following executive: President \V. M.
Harris; Vice-president,,Dr. Huffman;
Sec. Treas:. il. T. Moir. Executive:
Miss E, B, Paterson, Miss Delia
Greaves* J. F, Scott, F. Constantino,
J. M. Clark.
It was then moved hy W. M. Harris,
seconded by Dr. Huffman, that the
I'ranbrnok branch of he A.'A. A. make
application for affiliation with the B.
C. branch of the association rather
than ihe Alberta branch and that cop
1 B of lhe resolution be sent to the
hi cretarfOB of the Alberta and B.C.
branches. This was carried unanimously.
Following ibis peaceful consideration ami happy conclusion, came the
discission as to the providing of Ice
fur the hockey and skating this winter, which proved mure turbulent It
Was quite evident that the action of
the council in granting the rink to the
curlers did not meet with the approval of the majority of those present,
thero being no mincing of matters by
some in rogard to their opinions, Mr.
Moir read the original by -law authorising the purchase of the rink showing that the rink wm secured for the
inghd
i   and
vlu
KEBEKAHS ATTEKD
WM AL MEMORIAL
SERVICE ON SUNDAY
Sunday evening a number of the
embers of Maple Leaf Rebekah
idgo attended the auuuul memorlul
■rv.ee in the Methodist clunrli when
Spectacular Blaze
On Cranbrook St.
on Saturday evening uftor
igular monthly business mootl
the G.W.V.A. an onjoynbio si
wns held by "tlio boys." A
promptu program war, nrri
consisting of Mings, root! al turn
story telling, all of which wore
thoroughly enjoyed by those pr
The choruses were snug witli i
reminding many nt' the old duys al
tlie canteens.
The most lmportanl  Ham however,
on tho program was the presentation
of a vary  nice  token  of friendship
from the members to Mr, BUI Johns,
the popular steward of the CAVA'.A.
Major Hicks, who war. called upon to
make tho presentation of n Brunswick gramophone, paid excellent tribute to the service  of Mr.  Johns to
the organization and stated that while
tho unqualified fuecese o* thi organization could not Iij cr llted lo n ly
particular Individual entirely ne fell
that its success musl be attri* uted in
a very large measure to the valuable
sendees rendered the association by
Mr. Johns.     It gave him  therefore
very much pleasure to pre:-' it him pi)
behalf of the boys with the Brunswick gramophone as a BUshl  token
of their appreciation ot h - services
to tho association as well c,   serving
as a littlo present to mark (lie big
event in which their worth*; steward
had so lately been a partii —:*'.   Mr.
Johns made a suitable reply in accepting, thanking his friends for their
thoughtfulness and only i ished thai
Mrs. Johns could have been presenl to
share with him the pleasure that the
occasion afforded.   He «r.d only done
what he thought was consistent with
playing the game square,   it wa? Indeed very gratifying to hear all the-
good things that were being said about
tlie Cranbrook branch of Lhe G.W.V.-A.
piactically from   coast   to   coast  and
that srt long as the boys stayed behind
him he had no doubt  Hit th« 1'iH iive-j
would be marked    with    the    same
measure of success as had the pas
During the evening refreshments wet
served, which added much lo tho ei
Joyment of the affair.
At tho meeting held previous to M
uniikcr it was decided lhal the ■.-
Boctatton in accord m with il
suggestion from Dominion he
would deposit wreaths in
able place In each of tho chui
the city on Armistice Sunday.
tav, li. C
pproprlal
liillii
when
pwpl
liuil. my (!
pledging h
toman preached u very
riiinn. He selected as
r his remarks the l»it# verse
>i chapter uf Ruth. He read,
me not to leave thee.or to
nun following after thee, Tor
ilinu gooal I will go, and
ion todgest 1 will*' lodge, thy
hall be my people, aud thy
d," These words of Ruth
rsell to remain with her
BAPTIST CHURCH TO
COMPLETE CHANGES
BY OCTOBER 21st
STINKING LECTURE OS
THE "MAKING OF A
NEW WORLD'
mother-in-law lu her hours of adversity remain lor nil lime the expression
nl' the Utmost devotion to faithful
friendship, ■
To the Rebekaha lie said in part:
Tho story figuring as it, does largely
hi your ritual is of extreme importance showing as it does the allegiance of the Moabltlsh woman lo the
.Jewish race fi'om whence jspirings
David nnd afterwards Jesus.
"Tho ftvtft chapter of lhe book is of
much Importance as ii delineates the
character of Ruth, an ancteBtor ol
Jesus.
"Oilier watch-words of the lodge
Pel owshlp, Lovo and Truth, form e
mi' hty chain in the linking of Clod
and humanity.   They nre boautiful in)
purpose of skating
athlatla purposes.
quoBtion by  Miss
was learned thai   it  would
In   provide  extra     accom
^option, mighty because they
bring into life the only divinity that
we know, all we know of God being
summed up iu those three words.
"I1 rieudship is sympathy. It is that
willingness to go oui of one's way to
tako up the burden ol' another.
"In the great cathedral of St. Peters
cna passes amazed from under one
Vf.uli to another still higher till great
central arch or vant is reached which
seems but the ceiling of heaven itself.
.So the vault of friendship leads on to
the vaster arches of love, built on
•U'ice. Thore is nothing that the
human heart dreads so as loneliness."
These were hut n few of the many
beautiful thoughts thrown out by the
s -leaker.
Dprlng the offertory tho choir ren
dered a very pleasing anthem.'
A score or more of the Rebekahs
attended the service, gathering at ihe
Auditorium and marching in a body
to tho church.
Old Steuin Laundry Hiiihliuu; Is
Scene of Blaze on Thursday
hulling} Cause Unknown
Fire Chief Adams had the liiggesi
blase in contend with since his appointment on Thursday evening when
flro broke nut in Ihe big frame structure on Cranbrook street occupied
many yearn ago by tlie Steam Laundry. The building wns owned by
Thos. Doris, aud bud not been used
for a good while, till this summer il
was rented by T. K. Austin of the Model Dairy for use to store his whiter
hay.
How the fire started has nut yet
been determined, bul when ihe alarm
waa turned iu shortly before seven
dock tbo fire was well under way
on the inside, und the brigade was'
handicapped in finding it difficult to
get to the seat of the trouble with a
hose line. The dry timbers burnt
readily, and as the hay caught clouds
Dt extremely dense smoke made the
work uf fighting the fire thai much
inure diillcult. A third hose line was
brought into use, but the fact that
some of the walls wore insulated
with sawdust made it difficult to attack the flames from the outside. Af-
Worli
Baptist
S   slag.
■el tor i
on the Improvements at the
church hus advanced to such
that  tho date has now  been
•peiiing and dedicatory
Or. Charles ll. Uuentls Speaks
in the Preshyteriuii Church
on Recoitstriicttoii
Jaffray Pioneer
Killed On Monday
ter tho south ond of the roof collapsed and the fire opened fip, lhe work
of the firemen began to tell, and the
three streams of water got the mastery. By durk the fire was well under control, though the smouldering
hay was. turned over and played upon
well into the night to make sure tho
blaze was out. fortunately the night
...._ still, or ihe menace to nearby
property, Including the Sash and Door
factory across the track, aad many
smaller buildings close at hand,
would have been considerable.
Mr. Doris carried insurance with
Martin Bros, for $1,500 oil the building, which would not represent half
its value, and Mr. Austin is thought
o have carried insurance ou the five
■am of hay which were nut Into the
building.
The spectacular blaze drew a large
crowd of onlookers to tlie scene, the
fire being the biggest iu the city
since the Van Horne Street warehouse fire two winters ugo.
vices, This will lake pluce on
uluy October i: 1st. Aa the meet*
of ihe Kootenay Baptist Synod is
convene here on the 23rd, at which
is expelled Itov, H. II Bingham,
nf the First Baptist church of Calgary
will be present, efforts aro being made
f> secure Mr. Bingham for the Sunday
services.   ,—•—
Mr. Blnghotn was a delegate to the
conference of Baptists which was ro-
c ently concluded at Stockholm, ut
which there were forty nationalities
represented
On Wednesday afternoon ihe children of tho Baptist Sunday School gathered In the new school room, where
a "Junior church building fund" supper was served by the Indies of the
longregatiou, The affair wns a very interesting ono. At the time of
he recent building fund contribution
social held for tho grown-ups of
the congregation, tho children were
promised thai at a later date they
would bo given u social at which they
could make their offerings to tho
cause, At the gathering on Wednesday afternoon each child donated
what (hey had saved, and told how
the gift, hml been obtained. Some
worked for il, and others denied
themselves certain pleasures to set
ure it. As u,result about $ii0.00 was
idded to the fund, which was con*
idered  very  satisfactory,
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Ldauo
hockey and other
la  answer   to   a
p,   Drummond it
osl $6,000
-iation for
J. Mailland, of Winnipeg, Man., tin-
western representative of International Proprietaries, or Atlanta, Georgia,
U.S.A., manufacturers nf the well
known Tanlac, was in tho city early
this week ou ono of hla periodical
tri|»s through his big territory He
has been checking up Tanlac Bales all
over the west and finds the volume of
business still being mutntalnotl. Over
curling nt lhe rink Some were of
the opinion that hockey had never
paid and thai the council were therefor justified In taking the action they
hud iu renting it lo the curlers. Others
pointed onl that the curlers having
bud tin authorised representative there
lhe council should have consented to
the two weeks deferring of the const*
d< otlon, and thai hockey   hsd^  not
been  glvet,  a    fair deal       Mr. iralter
toll thai the question "f tbe expondl-
tare of $1000 should noi ntntul In the
way of providing adequate facilities
frV i lie amusement of the young peo-
plo \tr Orubbe, as n member ol the
curling club fep that he was voicing
the opinion of the curlers when he
said that it was his wish to see that
the desires for skating and hockey
were obtained. Ho showed thnt on
an climated cosi of Ki.uOO the interest aud other fixed charges necessary
to retire a debenture issue large
enough lo provide that amount would
he abmtl tTiflO ner year. He recommended that the curlers ami hockey
players gel together and obtain some
estimates as to tbe cost of a suitable
addition to tho rink for the use of the
qurlors, and that the council be tip-
pro;' 'hod and tholr sanction obtained
for tho presentation of n plebiscite to
the people authorizing Ihis expenditure and thai tho sknters and hockey*
ists guarantee the ?r,fio pr-r year.
Acting along lliese lines the following nmendmenl by Mr. Salter and W
II. Wilson to a motion by A, D. flrttlg
cs and !•'. Constantino wns curried:
Thai the present oxocutve of the
Cranbrook brunch of the A,A.A. of C.
bo a delegation to Interview the curlers nnd tho council with a view to
providing accomodation for winter
sport. Tho motion called for the naming of a committee.
It was felt by soma present that
(Continued on page eta)
hiny-eight million b
have now been sold, re
retail sales value of jus
many dollars, in the she
Tanlac has been on the
company has now ostofel!
In South America and pt
being considered to exti
of operations to Qreal
Ireland, as well as Alts!
of Tanln
MOTORISTS URGED
TO ADHERE TO PROPER
TRATFIC REGULATIONS
Tho regular meeting of the Women's
Institute will he held on Tuesday.
October '1. at 3 p.m. in tlie (l.W.y.A.
hull. Members will answer the roll
call with helpful household hints or
any suggestion that might be helpful
Others. In the way of entertain
ment there wilt be two musical ,.ui..
hers and a short time will he given
to instruction iu Parliamentary Procedure.
'Buster" Huffman returned oi
Thursday last from Priest lllver, Id
aho, where he has been employed for
the summer.
nd the
Britain
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Marl in and Mayor nnd Mrs. W. R Cameron are expected to return home tomorrow,
Priday, from un auio trip to the
Coast.
On Thursduy, October 11th, Cranbrook will have a visit from the Rt.
Itov. John Oragg Farthing. Lord
Bishop of Montreal- The distinguished visitor will address a meeting In
the Parish Hall, in the evening at 8
p.m.
Mrs. H. A. McKowan left pn Friday last to be presenl at the triennial
In the Presbyierlau church on Wed*]
nesday evening  lu-v.   Dr.  Charles  H
lluestis of the  Lord's  Day  Alliance,
lectured on   Lhe   problems that are
facing iho world to-day In the process
if reconstruction,   it was unfortunate!
hat more did not take advantage of
tho opportunity to hear ihis most Interesting address by one who has
apparently a  thorough grasp ot tbe
subject   ho wus treating.
Tho world war had shaken the old
order of things, bin unfortunately
nothing much had been done since the
war came io au end to put a new order
iu Its place. Following the cloae of
tho war In 1019 the danger of trying to
piece together the broken fragment-'
of ihe new order of tilings Into which
had heen born, had been pointed
out but had been unheeded. Various
systems of government had been overthrown and never would be built up
and systems of economics were
being discredited more and more every
day by the very Industrial classes Lhat
they had produced, The speaker said!
thai people were beginning to question whether or Hot the Japanese
statesman was right when iu- predicted the end of civilisation, and us others ;
wero saying, was civilization destined
for extinction.' Lloyd Qeorge, speaking   before   an   assembly   Of   eminent
English clergymen said that civilisation wus cracking, and that the one,
thing only tliat could save the worfdj
was the religion of Jesus Christ.!
Lloyd Oeorge knew only too well what:
politicians had done to save it. Ver-j
sallies, Washington. Geneva and the
Hague wore all disappointment*.
Tlio day seemed to be dawning, however, to which the N • Testament
prophet referred when he said "Behold 1 see a new heaven and a new
enrth." The new heaven was in God's
bauds and was waiting for men of a
now spirit, und the evidence of a new
spirit could only be seen in the effort
nmke ««»' v'j.iliat a-iuw rart,' ;~ The
Frank  Desroslers   Loses   Life
When Oiiii IHschurges While
Getting; Through Fence
[old I i
audi i
At Saturday's police court no less
thah eight aiiiomobllists Of Cranbrook
and the surrounding district appeared
to answer charges of operating without the uecossary lights lit after the
hour of sunset. Several appeared Hi
answer charges of "contravening the
traffic regulations, such as cutting
the corners and driving on Hie left
dde of the street.
As a police official expresses il.
it is regrettable to have to take such
action, but the carelessness of the
motoring fraternity renders It such
thai mere cautioning has no effect.
With the oilvent of the dark winter
evenings   particular  cure   should  be .._,	
taken that the lights are in good con-1meeting of the Canadian Women**
dtiion. as ii is most unfair to pedes-. Press Association, the Vancouver si--
trians und to tho motoring public, sions of which wero concluded on
vvVral serious accidents being dl-j Wednesday evening of this week,
tly attributable In the neglect of Mrs. McKowan being a member of the
per Illumination, association.
Coming Events
dawn.
Browning says "God's in his hett-j
veil." What wa^. mote important to|
realize to-day was that God's in hfs;
world, and that only through the;
presence of God could a new order of,
things be evolved that would be sue-!
cessful. Th© trouble with the politi-i
fans of the world was that they hadt
tried to build a new world af er tl
l
Tho events noted below are those
for which paid advertising appears in
ihis issue, or for which printing work
has been done lu this office.
Friday & Saturday, Sept. 2S & 2!): Big
attraction ut the Star, "Souls foi
Sale."
Friday. Sept. 2S:   Parent-Teacher As
Bociatton social evening al the Pa
I     risli   Hall,
Ou Monday the community wm
shocked to hear of another tragedy
not very fur from the scene of the
one recorded lusi week. Ou that
day Mr. Prank Deeroslei-i ot Jaffray,
lost liis life ln a shootiag accident at
i\\s own ranch, lt is learned that Mr.
Desroalers left the house soon after
breakfast, about eight o'clock, ou a
hunt for coyotes with a gun borrowed
in in a neighbor, li would seem thst
he was getting through .» fence about
a hundred yards from the house, when
tins Lrlgger caught , or the gun may
have gone off from receiving a jar.
The charge struck him at point blank
range, practically blowing oit tht
, right aide of his fr.ee. The body waa
MV'.iud by i. little gtrhbanglng over the
[fence,
>     The late Mr. Pes rosters wits one of
(the old timers lu the district, coming
! in   from   Kalispel   over   thirty   years
rkgo.   Ho was c. highly respected ran-
Icher and : t one time In the early days
! was engaged at tho North Stnr mine
proir&loning some  eighty   men  and
supplying   meat   from   h:J   rap^h   All
. ver  the  Last  Kootetws    -*-u.;r be
I built a hotel en his property which
waa   undc   the   inmagement of hla
i wife  and   wa.   well  epokeu  of.      Of
t*Vonch-Ganadtan dosceat, he wa» of a
quiet  retiring dtepoidUon, and neTtr
rory often tn the public eye.   He had
n    children but an adopted daughter
died in tbe local jo*pit 4 u few year*
i.-_,»      Bectdes Id.- wife there ia left
to mourn a brother. Joseph, who baa
teen  located at  Kitchener.      Mr. k.
il. Kenwick. of Bull River, a friend ot
many year; standing of lhe deceaaed,
lit a brother-i -law of Mrs. Desrosiers.
| A*, one time   Mr. Desrosiers bad tha
; will  ItnowV Fenvttsk    ranch    under
| lease and farmed there.      Deceased
ai sii.y-eight yeara of age.
FALL  CARTOONEUE3
]
Saturday, St pi
Young Wome
ten and sale
T. Flott.
Monday,   Oct.   1
Theresa Selgel
at 8 p.m.
J!i:     Knox   Church
i'a Auxiliary afternoon
at  the home of Mrs.
 —   - ,    Whit the ttaUMbtj!   pa..-iuA of
future lies with men who look to the, -j^^^rs ^ feared another link
with the early days cf the East Koot-
enay. One by one Uie pioneers ara
passing on who laid the foundations
fur the prosperous ..ommunnies lat-
■r to spring up where ln their time
waa virgin country, and with tbe rest
Mr. Desrosiers had done his part towards the opening up of this part of
the country.
The funeral took place on Wednev
ttern of the old. I «-ay afternoon at 230. from the Oath-
The industrial magnates were think-, ylic niurch. Father Murphy officiating the old commercial system could j*ng> -n,,-, pa}- bearers were all nelgh-
be continued, but God was waiting for; ^^ an(i f-ien^ from jaffray. Messrs.
a new world, founded on a new 5>*H Samuel <'ni!ds. Rot-ert Dempsey, Pet-
tern, and thai nothing else would! „r i'urry, a. K. Leitch. George Leltch.
bring peace was at last dawning upon - ,nrl Andrew Rosen,
men. The one foundation upon which! p*owerB were In evidence at the full could he built was the religion of'>ierBi from ,n(, following friends:
joaua Chrlrt, The editor of "Life*' Mr an,j Mrs. A, B. Fenwlck.
had recently written an editorial on'wreftth. Mrs, r. Miller, Bull River,
the subject supporting this belief. andiS.>rav: Metes, wreath: Mr. and Mri.
the editor., of financial papers were m„hop Wilson. Fernie. wreath; Mr.
in accord with it. Loaders In com-|and \|rs j0B. Brault, cross; Mr. and
nwrca wore now propounding tbe|MrS( George Docken-*on, spray; Mra.
tme doctrine, while every magazfne Henderson, Jaffray. spray; Mr. and
oflMrs. O G. Hunter. Lumberton, spray;
Mr. and Mrs. Rosen. Jaffray, spray;
Mr. John Johnson. Jaffray, spray;
Mr. and Mrs. Childs. Hanbury, spray;
Mr and Mrs. -I Walkley. spray; .Mr.
and Mrs. W, A. Barter. Lumberton,
spray; Mrs. S. W. Brown and Mlaa
Harris. Lumberton, spray.
Recital   by   Miss
at Methodist Church
was emphasizing  the Importanc
Monday fi
Snow hi i'
We
Tucsd
o Trai
At the Sti
"June Mai
Thursd
Thentn
Friday &
Beadl'i
p ■],■
Saturday, Oct, » & G:
tale of tho nortblaiid.
-. " at tho Star
religion.
There was. as it were, a new current
flowing. Bodies like the Rotary club1
aud certain lodges wen- centralized ■
round a religious Idea and the day!
was coming when men possessed of!
the new spirit would live u new life
in lhe new world Willi religion as the
j pivotal point.
The  speaker  pointed   out   tlie  duty
of the church in connection with thie
I "-awakening.    At  present  there waa
an Indtfforence thai shouuld not be
...Mowed to grow.   While one does not
'. On. :t & 4'jgo to church themselves they want
Viola Dana in their children to g. to Sunday school.
I Man   Is   Incurably   religion*      In   the
new order there would be leas of pro
fit and more of service.    While (Jei
GOLF (MB NOTES
. Oct. I .'.- 2;
at tho Star
"Tlu
I.
Mr.
,■ dneedoy, O.t. 17:
Parish Hall Card
ees.
■ir-i
•allies and Dan-
O; tob >r SI:
,     B. of It. T
Wednesday,
|    Church 01
work.
',« I- ti' M ib inerode dance
In the Auditorium.
vember    21:
I bazaar nnd
Christ
sale of
Where They tto
Tho head of the firm  caught  the
cilice boy telling falsehoods.
"I'm  surprised  at   you!"  ho  said.,
"Do you know what they do with boytj etead of a holy day.   It waa
who tell lies?" i11 mortal blow to religion and
"Yes  sir."   was  the  reply.    "When tlon.
they gel  old enough the firm sends *   -    •"»«
them out as travelling salesmen."     I    Mr. R. W. Bendy, presid-'iit of th
......   is regarded as the cause of the]
war. ho considered that ■l'H,ormi",'i\iiadinn iv
would record that It was* due to thel^^^i
failure of a false philosophy and the
commercializing of human life, He
claimed thai politicians had made a!
mess of things and that It was now
up to tlie people lo save iho world.
ln reference to the work of the
Lord's Hay Alliance the speaker said
that Sunday was the one day to bring
tc men the conaclbueTtriss of God, it
was the day of spiritual opportunity.
The groat problem to day of tbo English speaking world arose out <A the
doolro to make Sunday a holiday in-
itrlklng
dvlllza-
Tiie annual Golf Competition com*
mences on Saturday neit at 8 p.m. A
large number of entries have been
received and keen matches ure looked
fur, especially for the Coleman Trophy
the litver c.ndlosiicks  presented by
Coleman, viof-president of the
-ific Railway, for the
Championship, an is hole
scratch competition, match play. The
other competitions are the McCreery
('up, Ladles' 9 tide handicap match
contest, and the Johnson ('up, which
Mrs, K. L. Staples, the winner, hai
kindly consented to give back for
competition. This is also a ladles'
handicap competition, medal play.
The Stewart Morris Cup for approach
and putt compitltton and the King
Cup presented by the lion. Dr. J. H.
I King, minister of public works, for
Men's Clnmpfonshlp 18 hole handicap
mat h piny are other events.
i Tie course Is In fine chape and a
] large crowd Is eipected to turn nut
I lo these competitions.
■   • - •   ■ j Canadian  Pacific nnd party are ox-j    Jidin Roberta Is taking hla annual
September  Installment | peeled to arrive In f'ranhro >!< on Sun-j vr.entlon from hla duties on the city
"You look hollow chested and thln.'^day evening about midnight, nud will! police force, and Is in Calgary attend-
aald the pressure pump to the inner leave for the east   Monday morning, j log to business Intoreata there.     Jas.
tube. "What Is the mntter?" | At Lethbrldge tho prcsldem *?. Robed | Milne Is continuing aa a temporary
"Income las.
lunar tube."
wearily  replied, the ulrd to address a meeting nl the board
f
troita ot UuU tlj.
member nl th* t»llo» tore* dutac
[ ibn abHBca ot Coulakla BoUrti PA6I rorra
THE  CRANBROOK  HERALD
"poa'^rYoSSliU
■ rvc<
THB   SATISFACTION      THAT
GOOD    WORK    GIVES    IS
WORTH  KANY TIMES
WHAT   YOU   PAY.
RAWORTH BROS.
NEXT TO THK POST 0FFIC1
tbe Cranbrook Herald
Published Every Friday
F. A. WILLIAMS II.    rOTTEH
flabieiipUon Trice .
To United States ..
. »'2.C0 per year
. 18.60 per year
"With  a   HlMiloti   Without   a   Huult"
Prlntad  by Union  I.itbor
AtvtnUlnir Itntut on Application.
ChaaiM for Advertising1 MirHT bs In
thla Ofllce Wednesday noon tho eurrsnf
wa«k to secure atttntion.
OCTOBER    1923
•UN   HON   TVt   W£D   IHV   fRI    SAT
12 3456
7 8 9 10 1112 13
141516171819 20
218252425 26 27
28293031
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 88tli
ALL FREE, OK SOME PEES
Tho school board is understood to he approaching the
mutter ol making a small
charge against some scholars
lor high school tuition, The
idea is not lo preclude any who
may desire to take the coui'so
from doing so, but only lmpo3Q
n small fee on, those in who*?
casts special conditions are encountered. Many school boards
in the province nave gone farther than tii's and Imposed •■. ,  ---  - —  >•>"-
fee ranging up to five dollars porations, this year, have been
per month per pupil for those more than sufficient to take care
from outside who attend a city of all salaries and overhead
high school. Figures will prob- charges In connection with the
aUy be available shortly lo undertaking, leaving the con-
show just how many there are trlbutlons made by the various
from outside the school district boards of trade one hundred per
of Cranbrook who are taking!cent, effective for publicity. It
advantage of the high school! has been proved tliat a large
facilities provided by the rate- proportion of the tourists who
payers. In this case it may not have come into this locality this
be sufficient to warrant the)season have been armed with
levying of a fee, which undoubt
been made to especially popu
larize what is known as the
Canadian circle motor tour, and
bring them to bear on othei
routes leading up from the
south, II is said thai with the
completion of the road there is
Ino need for Cranbrook to take
any further part in advertising
It, but that attention should be
turned to other channels.
This is the argument being
advanced by those In favor of
the Crauhrook hoard of trade
withdrawing iis support from
the B.C. and Southern Alberta
Tourist Association. This body
jh:is been drawing its support
from ihe various towns and cl-
lii's on the route of the circle
tour, and collective advertising
iias been issued.
Cranbrook is happily placed
where h can draw tourists from
north, soulh, cost anil wesl.   In
this respect it has the advantage over   other   places,   and
tourlsl traffic through the city
is linuiid ti) grow by every lim
of   reasoning.    Cranbrook   is
reaping the benefit of wlial ad
vertising   oiher   localities are
doing to attract the tourist, bc-
Icause il lies on so many lines of
route.      Having   consistently
raised its voice in unison with
oilier   I owns   in   the   district,
Cranbrook cannot yet afford (o
attempt lo crow vigorously ou
Its own.   As this city climbs to
Ihe posilion of tourist supremacy which people of perception
see is coming, it will not be altogether due to its own efforts,
but by the grace of all the places lhal have helped by membership in  tlie Tourist  Association to give effective advertising proper distribution. Then
why I urn round and scuttle the
ship llial has carried US so far
A word  as  to  Ihe  work of
the    Tourisl    Association    of
Soul hern B.C, and Alberta may
be illuminating to those who
have only had a hazy conception   of what   that body   has
done.    If there has been any
feeling thai the money contributed hy the different localities
represented in its membership
lias gone for any purpose other
than advertising, it can be dispelled   by   understanding that
grants received    from  outside
sources, feurli as  the governments, C.P.R., and other cor
LIU* WHITEST. LIGHTEST^
Magic
baking
powdeb
Friday, September 28th, l»28
FROM THE VIEW-POINT
OF
OUR CONTEMPORARIES
"HAT IS Tin: TOURIST
TIUFKIC tVOHTHi
A Victoria Himnoior estimates lhe
value or the loui-ist travel lo British
Columbia this year al $30,000,000.
With tlie Benson not half over Vau-
(       or alono Is rated as having pro*
tltoil to l]10 cvl,' ( $10,000,000.   flu
gcltl initio In tin. province ever tle-
i dared bucIi Ulvlilentls.
11 ls "PI alt  lu tliu money spent
liy transient visitors that iho benefit
ut tourist trnvil is lo l„. rtvkoiiwl.
Whllo this is .-in Important Item It Is
not nearly so valuable ns the ailvor-
il-lnB iho resources ot Ilia province
" seoiiovy „:„| natural wealth will
hive an a rcsmr „r iho observations ol
vl""ors.     in tlu I this musl bo of
Incalculable worth.   Vnncouvor World
MISS SIEGKL, ELOCUTION.
IST, PRESENTS STRIKING
PLAY ON MONDAY NIGHT
Well   Known   .Monolngist    lo
Rentier Play Descriptive of
Pour London Life
gallon  niensui'i
lias  suggest etl
Should wean    limit
ihe   gasoline barn
OMJK   MOIII:  thi:
I'llll.K   I'tls
 -— I    for tho sett I  of th,, ,.c,„| s„.|k(,
3.    A  humorist evory   ooiiaiimo   of   anthracite   has
thai    motorists Ionilso   '"   lie  llianliful.    Both  Bides,
■iifs from
lill    lhe
operate
lint
ami  loin,'
havo beon ob-
lo ont   (heir  words  with  whin
I grace ihey could summon.   It is n
price comes down lo lhe level I small victory lor the consumer.   Yet
it should.
TWENTY   YEARS  AGO
Extracts from lhe Crnnbrook
Herald ot this date, 1003.
n succession in
will soon or lot
sinner or the
Thoy nre bul. a
day whop the
innsl be    dealt
Supporters of Dr. King In the election campaign have Issued a challenge
friends   of   Mr.   Thos. Caven, to
discuss Iho issues of the campaign nn
the platform.
P. Qoddoris hns now moved inn
the building on Baiter street wliicl
he has put up.
victories of tills sort
■ ruin cither the cou-
anllii'iiclto Industry.
postponement «f the
anthracite business
witli.   We have   hy
groat good fortune muddled through
lo it coal supply for another winter.
On the other hand, we are paying for
the respite and will pay more in the
end for the negligence wliich allows
a national service to degenerate into
n hold-up game.—New York World,
.Mrs. Bowness has return*
extended  visit with  rclatlv
il from an
• 0. Moffatt, of Morrl!
appointed a justice of tin
WEDDING
"The Dawn of a. Tomorrow," tlie
play to be presented by Miss Theresa
M. Siegel on her visit to Cranbrook,
on Monday, October 1st, is a wonderful portrayal of Bast London life.
The play centers around (Had, a child
of the streets ami tenements, who sees
sunshine behind the darkest clouds
ami finds happiness and contentment
in the most soidid hopeless part of
grim old London.
Tears and laughter mingle lu the
Story and its sweet optimistic spirit
is Irresistible. II sends one it way to
face lhe world wllh a higher purpose
.i ml look at life through rose color
glasses. Glad Is a brave, bright spirll
lhal finds beauty In what seems ugly
I hope where others would fini
despair. Sho has a keen sense of hu
mor add lier .sunshiny spirit sheds Us
adianco oyer every scene.
The story In both a sermon and
thoroughly enjoyable enteitiiininen
Miss Beige] comes io Crauhrook under
the auspices of the Lad lea1 Aid Society and will he ansltited musically
by Mrs. Forrest, Miss Wanda Fink,
Miss Sarvis and Master Frank Itoy.
depart from thee, neither shall the
covenant of my peace be removed,
saith the Lord thai bulb mercy on
theo.—Isaiah 64:10.
+    +    +
Friday. October f>
THB   INFINITE   PROTECTOR:—H|
I take the wings of the morning, and
dwell In the Uttermost parts of the
sea; even there shall thy hand lead
me, uml thy right hand shall hold me,
—Psalm lSa:8,10,
Richard Ross, of Waldo, continues
to malm a splendid recovery from
(lie accident whereby he lost an arm.
Miss   Kathleen   Llttlejohu,  of Ei
Ickson,  is   recovering  nlculy  ut the!
hospital   from   an   operation   for ap-|
pendlcitis,
pen
in mean
eek    at
Another slide of rock
proportions occurred    I;
Frank. Alfa., and coming so soon alter
the disaster of late there, occasioned
a great deal of alarm.
The  Carruthers   Lumber
been making good progress
their suwniill  al   Perry  Creek
or operations.
Co.    has
in getting
liy
THK SALVATION ARMY
lluiismi Avenue
edly many rural residents would
consider objectionable, us discriminating against rural districts. This may be true to
some extent, but it is merely
one of tlie measures to wliich
school boards are being forced
to make both ends of swelling
budgets come together. School
costs have increased inordinately from causes entirely out
of the control of school hoards,
but government assistance lias
not increased in proportion.
The result has been to throw
heavy burdens on the ratepay
ers in organized territory, so
that many have come to look
askant'*,* on any proposed ex
penditure on  behalf of edtica
(iermany is said to have lost
its second war In Kurope with
lhe abandonment of its passive
resistance policy in (he Ruhr
district. At. the same time this
seems to vindicate the strong-
Hon,  seeing   only   it   means arm method which Prance and
added taxation.
publicity matter distributed by
tlie Tourist Association and
primed with information from
the same source. Witli a good
harvest being garnered in the
Canadian west the circle tour
is going to prove a popular one
for ihe farmers of the prairie
provinces next year, and would
prove a good sheet anchor to
center this city's publicity efforts round.
StrXOAY
11 a.m. Holiness Meeting.
3 p.m. Sunday School.
7..I0 p.m. Salvation Meeting.
On Monday, Oct. 1st. ai s p.m. a
Special Service will he conducted In
the 3. A. hall by Brigadier and Mrs.
Coombs, the divisional commanders
for southern British Columbia.
All are welcome lo Ihe services.
Mrs. Coombs will meet Ihe members
of the Home League on Tuesday, Oci.
2nd. at 2.30, i
ItOSASKI-PAVIKH
A quiet wedding took place at the
Methodist parsonage last Friday,
September 21, when John Andrew
Rosalie) of Lethbridge, Alta., was
united iu matrimony to Miss Rachel
Davles of the same place, by Rev. B.
C. Freeman, Mr. Kosnski Is employed on the C.P.R. as trainman, running into Cranbrnok. The Herald
Joins with their many friends in wish
ing them every possible happiness.
The theft of good linen from u
clothesline one night last week ut a
house on the outskirts of the city
ivould serin to indicate that the sneak-
hlef Is still at large. A theft of this
kind seems doubly contemptible, representing a real loss to the owner,
and but little gain to the perpetrator.
Mrs. ,l. Qrahani, of Elko, returned
home on Saturday last from the hospital.
NOTES
Mrs.   M.    Hatten   and
Cranbrook. ure the guest;
A. Kastnor.—Fernie Free
children, of
ot Mrs. M.
Press.
Mr. W. Crebbins. of Nelson, and
formerly of this city, who recently
returned after spending a two weeks
holiday with Mrs. Crebbins at the
home of the hitter's parents, Mr. ami
Mrs. Psrnaby. at their ranch home,
was much interested in Ihe progress
of the scout movement in the city
and lu looking up tlie progress of the
boys in whom ho was interested
tlie time he had charge of the movement here. Mr. Crebbins is now tin
Cub Leader of the scouts at Nelson
still retaining his interest in tin
movement.
HAY
I'OII SALE  ABOUT SIM TON'S
$13.50 Per Ton
Feocllng Facilities Available
Tlie bulk or tills buy Is suitable
fur baling. / Conveniently sit-
untoil   at   Uke   Bank,   Kelt.
(Onuosiic Windermere)
Would  l.he Contract To Hale
(.. C. H. COLEMAN
IVInileriiiere I\ O.
Siilnrilay. Mi'iileinlier 29
POWER OK THIS WORD:—Por tbe
wonl ol llort Is quick, and powerful,
and   sharper   tban   any   two-edged
sword, piercing even to the dividing
asunder of soul and spirit, and of
the Joints and marrow, and Is a til
corner of the thoughts and inlents of
llio heart.—Hebrews 4:12.
+   +   +
Sunduy, September 311
AN END TO WORRY:—Be careful
for nothing:  but    in   everything by
prayer und supplication with thanksgiving let   your requests   be   made
known  unto Clod. And the peace of
God . which pnsseth all understanding
shall keep your   hearts   and   minds
through  Christ  Jesus. —  Pbilippians
4:0,7.
+   +   +
.Monday, October I
OMNIPOTENT HELP: — The Lord
Is tnv deliverer.—2 Samuel L»2
+   +   +
Tuesday. October 2
REAL SKUVICE: — By lo'
one another.— tlululiuns 6:18,
+   +   +
Wednesday, October 3
ROD'S DAILY BENEFITS:—Bless
ed be the Lord, who dally londeth ns
witli  benefits, even the Clod of mn
ilvntlon.—Psalm HS: 19.
+   +   +
Thursday, October  I
(lOD'S KINDNESS:—For the nioiiu
tains shall  depart, and  the  hllln  hi
■emoved: hul my kindness shall nol
Strangers to
Cranbroek
West of tho Cross Keys Hotel
on the main street you will find
nice clean restaurant. Look
for the slg'i above tbe door
Club Cafe
Tills cafe Is open day and night.
Thore aro ninny features about
Ihis caTe which make It homelike, hut why monlIon one without all?
JUST    llltlll'    IN.   TRY    OUR
COFFEE,    PASTRY
AM) FRUIT
AM) JllDtiM pon YOURSELF
NrUo ror yourself the general
nlmoanlioro or tin, place. We
aro prepared to please the mosl
faslldloiiH.
Edmondson's
Dance Orchestra
OPEN FOR ENGAGEMENT
"The Music With the
PHONE 800	
Pep"
BOX 522
NOW OPEN
Western Cafe and Rooms
Depot
VAN HORNE STREET      —      Opposite C. P. R.
Newly Constructed Fireproof Building
FULLY MODERN  AND NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS
—     FIRST CLASS CAKE IN CONNECTION     —
ONLY FIREPROOF HOTEL IN CRANBROOK
AF.V 1 '.•,*. V.%*A*t*i«VWWAWA5.
CLBANINQ
PRESSING
• REPAIRING
The   government   lias   nol
turned a very kindly cur In tile
suggestions that it assist education io a more generous
extent, but the loasl it could do
would lie lo see llial rural
Children are not deprived of a
high school education when
neighboring city schools do nol
feel they can afford lo extend
ihe privilege of free attendance any longer. A per capita
grant In the proper proportion
would only be right to remove
uu undeserved reproach from
Home school boards.
Belgium have maintained lu
lhe occupied areas. "Germany
can pay aud will pay"—France
has reiterated this diplomatically, repeatedly, and politely
refers those who question 11
back to 1870, when Germany
imposed upon France a burden
which was heavier for those
days than the reparations now
sought are in Ihis.
In reply to a threatened onslaught  by Premier Oliver to
reduce the price of gasoline in
B.C., il was voluntarily dropped
 ^_  la   very   few   cents   at   the
SHOULD STILL CO-OPERATE coast   B,lt cve" tlllB drol' was
  slow iii reaching this part of the
It ia stated In some quarters Interior, and it is felt that the
there Is a feeling that It would I"'1™ ln BC- ls sti" at a h|6h
be wise, now tlio Banff-Winder- ,ovel compared to south of the
mere road had been completed, line, even considering the dis-
to transfer the efforts that have] parity   in    the volume of the
Ynu Will Make No Mistake
In Ordering lhat
WINTER SUIT or OVERCOAT
— From —
H. C. LONG,
The Tailor
Van Horne Street
Opposite C. P. R. Depot
Phone 416     it     Phone 416
MAKE VOIR MEALS MORE ATTRACTIVE
A Nil NOURISHING WITH
DALE'S New Health Bread
IT'S THE IDEAL IIREA1) FOR EVERY SPREAD
DALE'S Bakery
Phone 54
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bv^w^v^aV^^vWa^^^Av^-^^^^a*rtVA^^^.VaVa^wsvwwvyvwb*l.
MILK C&
distribution Cars a
Hislng.
Ml HOOK. fi.C.
P.O. Hns 310
HEALTH
Tlie value of milk ns a conservator
■f health Ih proven every day. Whether ;is a means of maintaining proper physical balance, or as a material with which to repair wasted tli*
eile anil rostore impaired vitality, mill.
Ih without a substitute.
Everything in the food line points
|to milk as the one nnrlvalled source
of nutrition,     Milk Is a fooil that yon
can depend mi as t"i absolutely ufe,
rich, wholesome source of health.
VICTORIA CAFE
COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL
Newly Opened
OYSTERS IN THB SHELL HAVE JUST
—ARRIVED FROM THK COAST-	
These We Serve Any Style-
Try a Stew or a Delicious Pry
Or On The Half Shell
—A cool and cheerful
place, where you are ser
ved with the best Summer
Drinks.
SPECIAL FOR
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
HKADQUAUTKllS POR
FINEST FRUITS
HOME    MADE    CANDY
AND CHOCOLATES
BOX CHOCOLATES
A SPECIALTY
PATRICIA
"Cooling Off Station"
MODEL DAIRY
T. E.AUSTIN, Propr.      it      li      u      Phone 48»
*aWWMWAWWM*WWft**WWWWWWW
WWWWWWWWWVI^aVWWVVWWWVWWIaV*4VWWVV,
THE ARROW STAGE LINE
IS NOW RUNNING DAILY BETWEEN
Cranbrook and Fernie
Route:—Ferl Steele, Hull River, Wardner and Elko.
Leaving Cranbroolt: leaving Fernie:
Cranbrnok Hotel: 8 a.m. King Edward Hotel. S p.m.
Prices lo Fernie $5.00 and to other points according to
distance
WILL HANDLE EXPRESS AND LIGHT FREIGHT
l        For Cranbrook, Phone Kootenay Oarage 147
For Fernie, Phone Fernie Garage, 158
Anybody Wishing to Go Fishing or for a Picnic
., i      Arrangement! Will Gladly Be Made
UVWWtfVWaVW.VA PAGE  THREE
Tilt:  CHAMiliOOK   ilEii.ll.l)
Friday, September -'Mb,  1088
<wK   Every 10c\
J       Packet of',   -
WILSON'S
FLY PADS
',' WILL KILL MORE FLItS THAN/
. $8°-°WDRTH OF ANY/
1     STICKY FLY CATCHER,7
Clean to handle.   Sold by all
Druggists, Grocers and
General Stores
LIVE STOCK
Oood Winter Pasture
liny If Required
li. ('. II. Coleman, Windori d I'.O,
COMPLETION OF PRIZE
LIST AT PALL FAIR,
WINDERMERE
Awards in Sections for flowers,
OonieBtic Arts, und
Indian Work
Fuji Tea Rooms
Nml Futa aronsr?
OOOD   MKAl.H-Tra  or  CiiKrc
ICE CREAM
COLD SOFT DRINK'S
FRESH BUTTERMILK
SPRING CHICKEN
T. FUJIYAMA
Flowers.—lu litis class there were
1.7 entries. Total of prizes offered,
$18.50. Prize values obtained, $lS.f>0.
Dost display uf Dahlias: Miss K,
Stewart, H. tt. Bruce. Bern display
of Sweet Peas: A. M. Chlsholm, A. CI.
Cuthbert, Hoses: It. It. Bruce, Best
display of Garden Flowers: A. G,
Cuthbert, It. Lt. Bruco. Best Bouquet:
a. E, Fisher, Madelalne A. Tumor,
lies I display of Asters: It, H, Bruce,
Itov. F. li. Atkinson, Besl Flower
Decorated Dinner Tnblo; Miss Dobbin, Mrs. 0. A. Ileiuielt. Hest display
of Gladioli: Hev. F. H. Atkinson.
For [milium Only. In Ibis flans
thoro were 21 entries. Total of prizes
.iiTiTi'ii $33.50, Prize values obtained
180.00. Pes) display u| Fruit ami
Vogolajjlos; Eugono Joseph, Mrs. C,
Klnbaskot. Hest dlspluy or Grain ami
Pldil Pools: Hoslo Klubaultot, Mrs.
O, Klnbaskot, Col loci ion (lost nines:
Mrs,   Martin Sam,   Eugeno   Joseph,
Collodion   Cloves:   NeiiH   Fislier,   Ell*
gono Joseph.    Collection MoccnsltiB:
Nens   Flsber,   RugOllO   Joseph.       Best
Sample Sowing (for girls only) Justine.
Domostio Science. —■ In ibis class
thero wore 60 entries. Total ot
prizes oEfored 550. Values obtained,
$38,50. I.oat Nut Bread: Mrs, J. Lake,
Mrs. It. O. Newton. Loaf of White
Bread! Mrs. J, L. McKay, Mrs, San-
dilands, Who also won the Special
prize offered by tho I-*uke of tbe
Woods Milling Company for the best
loaf of bread baked with Five Hoses
Lee Ging
Tailoring, .Dry Cleaning,
Pressing Repairing
We also Clean White Furs and
Olovea ol All Kinds. High Class
Work at Lowest Prices.
14 Ariiisli-miir Arc., Cruiilirnolt,
— P. 0. Box S9S —
NELSON BUSINESS GOLLEGE
L E A K N   TO   EAR N
Individual Tuition
Commence Any Time
liny nnd Night Classes
Complete, Praetlcpl Commercial
Course in Shorthand, Typewriting. Bookkeeping, Spelling,
Commercial English, Commercial Law, Penmanship, Rapid
Calculation. Piling and General
Ofllce Procedure.
For Particulars:
Apply P.O. Hrix 14, Nelson, M.C.
Flour. Loaf ol Brown Bread: Mrs.
J. Uke, Mrs. .1 L. McKay dinger
Onoklea: .Miss B. M. Kittle. Bread
liolls:.Mrs. sandilands, Mrs. .1. .\i.
Morland. Layer Calto: MrB. .1. F. da
Costa, Mrs. F. 11. Young. Frull Cako:
Mrs. Oswald McQuillan, Mrs. Mary
Bultcrl'icld. Lemon Pie: Mrs. Mi Ivor.
Alijilc Pie: Special prize given Ijv the
Ogilvis Flour Milk) for lhe hest apple
pic made from their Royal Household
Flour, Mrs. F. C. Groan, .Mrs. .1. Lnk,-.
Tarts: Mrs. Sandilands. Shortbread:
Mrs. Colin C. McKay, Mrs. Mary But-
terfleld. Scotch Scones: Mr.,. .1. Lake,
Mrs. .1. c, Powles. Pol if Marmalade:
Mrs. II. A. I ll. Mrs. J. s. Jolinson.
li. v.. if lathi:, ii viiiiiii:
COMMISSIONER, SAYS
NO RIVALRY  EXISTS
Vancouver    Not    Anxious   tn
Build l'|i Port ul  Expense
in' East
"Then* is not the slightest occasion j
for any feeling or rivalry between)
tlie ports of .Montreal and Vancouver.
Bach has Its own pari to play i
country's affairs and there is plenty
if business for both," declared it E.
Ueatlie, commissioner for tho port of!
aueouvcr. in an Interview given oui j
i Montreal lasl week.
Turn
Xll
71.1
S"\v
cities: M
Noodlowo
Amount of prizes
Imolllli of pi i/., ■; v, ii
Shlrl: Mrs, .1. L Mel
Ing: Mrs. KU'dmun. Bosl i'ilei Crocliot:
Mrs. ll. (I. Newton, Mrs Stedmati
Collection of Crochet: Mrs. Loworl<
son. Mrs. I'. Docking. Pest Article In
Crocllelted Wool:   Mrs   II    A    Benin M
ll'si   Article   in  CrocheJted   Cotton:
Mrs. O. A   Bennolt, Pilot  yoke   Milt, ii. Newton, Mrs   Lowerison    Pair
of Knllled Mills or QlovesiMrs   Mc-
Ivor.   Pair of Son or Stockings: Mrs
Colin McKay, Mrs. Sledtllnn. silk
Sweuler: Mrs. Sliiviimlon. Wool
H\veater:Mrs. It. ({. Newton Mrs It. A.
Bennett. Child's Knllled Dross:
Mrs. Sklvlllgton, Mrs. Mary Buttor-
fk'ld. Embrolderod Pillow Cases:
Mrs. Slednmn, Miss ?, Brlckson, Sola
Cushion: Mrs. Sklvtngton. Embroidery: Mrs. Lowerison. Mrs. H. B. Davis.
Beadv/ork: Miss stretton, Mrs. ,i
Lake. Collection or Bmbroidery:
Kiss F. Erlckson, Mrs. Lowerison.
Best Hag Mill: Mrs. Joseph Luke won
the Special prize of a year's subscription to the Ladles' Home Journal presented by IV Q. Hamilton
Children's Work—Marguerite McKay, Mollie Marples, Joan Peters
Helen Young, and Dorothy Mclvor.
VIOLA iIIANA STARS
IN "JUNE MADNESS"
8H01VIN0 NEXT WEEK
/?=
fc
Tha Corporation of the City
of Cranbrook
TAX SALE
September 29th
1923, AT TEN A.M.
PAY YOUR DELINQUENT: TAXES BEFORE THB
ABOVE DATE. AND SAV2 YOUR PROPERTY
A LIST OP PROPERTIES WHICH WILL   BE   OFFERED FOR SALE     CAN   BE SEEN  AT THE OP-
PICE OP THE CITY CLERK.
THU LAST HAY FOIt Iti: DEEMING  PROPERTIES
SOLD AT THE,1028 TAX
HAKE, IS SEPTEMBER 29, .WM,
28-31
"Juno Madness' is Hid title of tlir
now Metro picture wliich comes to
the Star theatre nexl Wednesday for
two days, and it depicts the madcap
adventures of n sprightly young miss,
played by Viola Dana, who breaks
away from her own wedding ceremony leaving a million dollar bridi
groom flat and speechless.
She fs  chased by  Mamma,  friend
ushers,  clergyman  and  relatives of
the   million   dollar   fish,   but   out side
the church she meets a hundred dollar Jazz King and orchestra leader In
Mr. Ilontth
upunied bj
il ihe Va
lias gone i
works no
BLruction Hi
his roadster, lie helps her to escape
from the horrors of a life of luxury.
The Jazz King, played by Bryant
Washburn, is no Inconsiderable party
himself, and makes a lot of unwilling
people dance to his tunc. Even the
little runaway bride cannot. blufC him,'
although he has his troubles with
her. The escape Is only the beginning
for the complications complicate until
little Miss Clytle's adventures seem
without end or untanglement. The
two are no sooner nut of one trouble
than they are iu another, the
things    they    miss    being    pi
Recent    reports    sent    oui
Vancouver to lhe effecl thai it
il' Vancouver claimed io have wrested
rom   Montreal the position of Canada's premier port, were not based on
Uiy     slalemeiit     by     lhe     Vancouver
harbor    commissioners,"    saiii    Mr.
Boat tie  "Tbe reporl as published was
entirely  unauthorized, and  I  hellevoj   Tom Fulton has -been busy hauling
wus based on n misapprehension asI pipes for the water works,   They will
io figures,   in any case the matter '■■ '  '- —  " *■ '
now disposed of. We are not trying
lo lake any business uway from Montreal, On the contrary we are trying
lo work with Montreal in building up
a great Canada, by keeping the traffic
of the country within its own borders.
We arc indebted lo Montreal ror t
very fine support accorded us in con*
nootlon with our own port develop
mollis, and T assure you that wt
heartily reciprocate the spirit o
friendship shown us."
ik orchestra gave a dance
here on Thursday, unite a pleasant
time was had. Mr, Tom Pulton catered for the refreshments.
Hazel Fulton entertained to afternoon tea on Saturday In honor of her
tenth birthday.
Mr, Ferguson of the Sheep Creek
road works and Ted Cretney came iu
on Saturday.
Jimmle Watts
liorso last week.
left for
Commander    Pilchard's    nnd    Mr
Ackeroid's   horses  ami   furniture  nr
rived   on  Monday;   they   hope   to
comfortably sett led by thu end of the
week.
Some   tourists   and   sportsmen   nre
not very polite those days, one little
rod bug car   visiting   Westport   on
only Sunday afternoon  borrowed a water
sibly pail from Brewery Greek and did   not
mumps nnd the taxes.   It is a speedy, have   manners   enough   to return il,
itory full of thrills. |but left it standing on the highway,
There is a. picturesque scene at
roadhouse, where Miss Dana does uu
unusual "Wedding Dance" in nn unusual costume. Miss Dana's gowns,
also, are a feature of the production
which holds special appeal t
':ine photoplay patrons.;
Mr, (ialbraitb took a trip to Fernie
lust Thursday.
'ifjsiii i
This  advertisement is  not  published  or displayed  by
\hc Liquor Control   Beard or by  the Government of
British Colombia.	
Mr. Crooks  is    a    busy man  these
fern-1 days, looking after tho roads north
and south of this place.
CABINS   IN   THE   CLOUDS
Is It
Worth While
KEEPING IIMIICH FOB H. C. INDUSTRIES.
KEEPING ALIVE A PROSPEROUS I'AYKOM.f
hlEI'IM) PUB AMI FEATHER IN II. CI
KEEPING TIMBER FOR MANUFACTURE!
KEEPING A GREEN FOREST FOIt POSTERITY!
Then—
Prevent Forest Fires
IT PAYS
established 1898 Phone IU
Geo. R. Leask
1'IOM.KK BUILDER
AND   CONTRACTOR
Cabinet Work.   Picture Framing
Estimates given on
all  clause* of  work
Office: Corner Norbury Avenue
und Kdnards Street
Cranbrook Cottage Hospital
(Licensed by Pro?. QoTt)
tfaternlty  and General Nursing
Terms Moderate
«us. A. CRAWFORD,  Matrea.
Q&rden Aveuue      -  Phone 2M
! ii sims
- COMBED, GLOSSY
"Hair-Groom"   Keeps  Hair
Combed—WelI*Groomed
MAIL CONTRACT
I'pptr ltft ■ho»§  Un  "UcctllVt"  on  ll.r  rial I   Ukl   ..mim. nttf Uh* Uuim, in th* Canadian  Kochira.    Al lh*> *.iht li
■ nolhar plica wher* ont  Rilithl drink   tea  muil  (ruin  quilnl  Ci.b1.Ui china on tap mt Mount  I-air-.!-*-*-, 	
TO climb 6.875 feet above Lake
Louise and to enjoy a cup of tea
ln delightful surroundings is one of
the attractions offered visitors to
Lake Louise. Alta. Tea houses on
mountain peaks were unheard of u
few years ago, but to-day there are
at least a dozen of them situated in
the Canadian Rockies,
Two of the most picturesque are
the "Beehive" on the shores of Lake
Agnes, about two miles and a half
from the Chateau and the other a
rustic log cabin on tho top of Mount
Fairview. Walking and pony excursions over the mountains in the vicinity of this picturesque lake are
among tbe popular pastimes of
visitors from all parts of tho globe
to "tho lakes in the clouds."
From the "Beehive" one can get n
perfect view of Mirror Lake and
Lake Louise, which, with Luke Agnes,
are known ai "the lakes In the
clouds.** This cosy little tea room
it owned by Hist   B.   Dodds   and
JW»M W« ft* "*wft to ¥•*»
Uoddard. Its furnishings are quaint
and rustic.
The foodstuffs are delivered every
morning by pack pony from the
Chateau Lake Louise—-even fuel for
tiie cook stoves ia transported in
this way.
In addition to the tea room there
is an attractive assortment of antiques from various parts of the
globe, , collected during the winter
months by Miss Dodds, who usually
goes abroad.
Thero are many surprises of scenic
beauty along the trail to the tea
room, but perhaps the most interesting fact is that one cun obtain a
delicioDA cup of English tea, with
equally delicious home cooking within sight and sound of whistling marmots and Bquirrels nnd chipmunks
that leap from bough to hough, and
often within Bight of friendly hears
who come close to the kitchen door
in search of tasty food.
One of the most Interesting trips
at, UU Louise is by ft IMP*. <Wi
^^^^^^^^^^^^     lima -JIKrlrt.
ing path on Mount Fairview to Saddleback Tea Room and Rest House,
which is 2,500 feet higher than the
Chateau. This quaint little log
cabin, situated on Mount Fairview,
overlooks Saddleback Mountain, so
called because of its rock formation
being similar to a saddle, It takes
almost two hours by pony to make
the trip over a steep zigzag trail,
from which can be seen winding
streams and rushing brook | thousands of feet below.
This tea room and rest house, like
"Beehive," is owned hy Miss Dodds
and operated by Miss A. K. Whymnn.
Its surroundings are most artistic
and restful. The view of Paradise
Valley and Mount Temple from tho
tea house is one of the finest in thu
Rockies,
Daily supplies of food and fuel are
transported by pnek ponies from the
Chateau to serve approximately 25
guests a day, who are well rewarded
for their Journey to the "highest tea
ta-M «A r
SEALED TENDERS, addressed to
the Postmaster Qeneral, will be received at Ottawa, until noon on Friday, the 2nd day of November. 1923,
for tbo conveyance of Hli Majesty's
Mails, on a proposed contract for four
years, fourteen times per week on a
route Fernie and Railway .Station
(('an. Pac.) from the Postmaster (Jen-;
oral's pleasure.
Printed  notices  containing  further
information as to conditions of pro-1
posed Contract may be seen and blank!
forms of Tender may be obtained al
the Post Offices of Fernie. It/', and]
nt the office of tho Post Office Inspector] Calgary. ^^^—
Put Odice tiupoclor'i Office, Calgary.     -Not Slicl<>'' a""> or 8m,l,l'
Alberta. Qel a j.tr of "Hair-Groom" from any
li. A. BRUCE                  druggist for a few  cents and make
Post Office Inspector, even stubborn, unruly or Shampooed
Calgary, Altn.                                      hair stay combed all day in any style
September 20th, 1823,           51-331 you like.
Millions   Use   It —Fine  for   Hilrl
•
Order from Any Government Vendor
PALE
BEER
A LIMIT, elear, amlier-rolnml
^* beverage, as refreshing and
appetising as (he finest beer
should lie. its consistent purity is assured b) scrupulous
core given  lo  the   UkhI or
brewing.
This advertisement is not
published or displayed by
the Liquor Control Board
or by tho Government of
British  Columbia. WOE   FOOT
THE  CRANBROOK  HERALD
Priday,  September SStli,  11)23
metbodist efturcft
KEV. B. 0. FREEMAN, Pastor
"The fault, dear Units, ia not In our stars.
But In ourselves, that we are underlings."—Shakespeare
SUNDAY, Sept. BOth. "KAM.Y l>».\"
1\ a.m. Special Sunday School Rally Service, The Sunday School
will conduct the service In tlie auditorium of the church. Everyone
will he Interested.   Rostrum ami front seats reserved for the children.
7.30 Dramatic recital   "Till: MANSION" by Mlsa Slegel
As given In Central Methodist Church, Calgary u few Sundays ago.
Ro Not Forget Hiss Slegel's Dramatic Entcrtnlnmenl Monday Evening
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
One 210 P.O. Bex IU
J. A. M00RH0USE
A,ME.l.C, & 10.1.8.
HOV. LAND Sl'KVK.OB
Jlllcu - ArujBlroag Ave.
brook    •     •     .B.C.
[
UU. W.A.FERGUS
DENTIST
Campbell-Manning Block
I'boue tl.    OBlee Hoarst
• to IS, 1 to i p.m.  8»ti. 11
lira. Green & MacKinnon
Physicians anil Snrgeons
Offlie ut  residence,  Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICE  HOURS
Afternoons    200 to 4.00
Evenings  7.30 to 8.30
Sundays.  200 to 1.1)0
CRANBROOK, B.C.
Tlii'i'o Is :i lively coinpetltlo
tweeu llio advocates ot tlio Hopo-
Princeton t'outo nml tlir Fraser river
route for the* trnnsprovtnctal high,
wuy ami tin. Provincial government
musl sinm como t" :i definite ilcclBton
In thu matter uml publicly annoiisco
the rosult. As tlio Ih'si possible route
for the Trnns-Canudn highway from
the oust Is throilgli tho Kicking Horse
canyon in Qolden nml on to Rovel-
Btoko, ii Is porfoctly obvtottB where
the connection mi lo the conat should
bo located, -i iiilileu Star.
BB. F. B. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICII HOURS
I to 11 a.m.     1 to t p.m.
Hsason Blk., CRANBROOK, B.C.
1   F. M.
MACPHERSON
Undertaker
1
Phono Ull
Norbury Ave., Holt to City 11.11
1-OUUl.S AND SOCIETIES
WOMKN'8 INSTITUTE
Meets la th.
O.W.V.A. Hall
afternoon ot tho
first Tuesday at
1 p.m..
All ladles are
cordially Invited
President:    Jfis. F. Constantino.
Sec-Treasurer i   Mrs. 8, Tajlot.
I. O. O. F.
KEY CITY I.OI>Ut, So. 4«
Meets every
.Monday night at
 Jibe Auditorium
Sojourning Odd Fellows are cordially Invited.
N Q       .      .       RU Burtck
Reo. Sec.     E- O. Dingley, P.O.
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GEORGE E. BOWER
L.R.A.M., A.R.C.M.,
Musical Director
Cranbrook Musical Society
Teaoher ol Slnclne. Violin and
Picon
Preparai m  for Musical Exim-
I nations
112 AIDISTltUXa AVE.
Phoue .VIS Crnnbrook, B.C.
baptist Ctjurct)
PASTOR W. T. TAPSCOTT
SJiUBAY, Sept. 28
Morning Service 11 a.m.
Sunday School li noon
Evening Service 7.30 p.m.
lloth services will be conducted by the paBtor
in the basement of
the church
WARDNER FARMERS'
INSTITUTE  DISCUSSING
CO-OPERATIVE  EFFOR'J
Successful    Meeting   nf   New
Hotly Held ul Maynnk tin
Snturduy l-»sl
National Champion
and Only 17
Old Friends
Are flood ^
Sonic tluii' ngn wo nski-d tot
letters (rom folks .vim Lavo 1(-'■ :i
friends <»r Pacific Millt for many
yeara. It brought :i splendid lot
or loiters, and to know thai
thero aro among us people who
havo stayed loyal to u British
Columbia product straight thru
tlu- yours is Indeed a reason for
gratitude. We should like to
know mora of the old friends—
and tu the one of longest standing W0 shall send a rase- of Pn-
Clflc Milk FREE. Ploase stuto
when and wliero >*< a first started
using It,
Pacific Milk Co., Ltd.
Bend OIHce, V«nr,.,i.»r. R.rj,
Factories at AM"' i end  I ..'nar.
CANADIAN
^ACIFIC
GENKKAL
CHANGE     IN     TIIAIN
SKItVICK
Etfectlvs Sunday Soiitemhor SO, 1923
NO. (li IIAII.V -Modlclno Hut, Kootenny Landing.   Arrive 12.10 p.m. lonvo
rj.L'O run,
— The XP"1 888—Loave T.n.", a.m. Dally except
er   I       k       *| Sunday.  No. B2J—Arrives   1.10  p.m.
Knights of lolumDiis tTr„„s.(„,„„i„ Limned, **». - & > m
Z tween Montreal, Toronto nnrl Vancou-
wlll meet In tbe | ver w,„ Uo wUMmv.„,     ,,,st   „,,,„
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS  *'
HALL
EYF.BY THIBD SUNDAY,
at t p.m.
f. leaven ouch of these points on Sept.
129, 1923.
**************************
DRY WOOD
FOR SALE
Satisfaction Guaranteed
r,noppjBlg   -   -   »■*■*
The .Mountnlucer, Trains Nos, 18 ti 14
X between Chicago nud Vuncouvor huve
I been  withdrawn   west   ot  Moosejuw,
iConneollons at Moosejaw trom mul to
st. Paul with trnlns Nob, 1 ,v- 2.
L.D.Cafb
(Little II»ienport)
When you wlah aomethlng good
to eat go to tha "UD."
OIH    FHlCBi    ABE    EIGHT
Helen Willi, 17 year old California girl, U the new National Women's Tennis Champion, defeating
the seven time champion, Mrs. Hot-
la Mallory, at Ne* York last week,
In straight sets, 6-2, 6-1. Now tbe
youthful star It returning horn* to
take up esthetic dancing to Improve
her footwork upon the court!. She
will not play lo any mora tenia*-
menu Ms year. • *
,...*&:. .  ..
DEPOT ROOMS
VAN IIOHNK ST.  Opp. Station
New Building
Nicely Furnished
When In Town Stop Here
Kwong Chong
LAUNDRY
11 Armstrong Avenue
Opposite W. D. Hill's
first  Class  Work  Guaranteed.
i Montana Restaurant
Jleal« at All Hours
Cigars, Cigarettes nil Caudles
Cniinok St.    -    Pkoie Ml
Opp. Beak ol Commerce
For white teeth and
a clean mouth. Just the
most delightful dental
preparation you ever
used. With Klenzo, children don't have to be
urged at tooth-cleaning
| time. Take a tube home
to try.
Sold by
BEATTIE-NOBLB DRUG CO.
— The Itexnll Store —
CIUNIIROOK       -     -       B.C.
Where It pays to deal
WASA NOTES
Mr. Areaon in among the new arrivals In Mllltown. Mr. Areson Is only
recently "from South Africa where he
was for u number of years In the service of Un- British government. He
has travelled quite extensively In
Europe, Asia and the South Seas and
Is now bout upon seeing North America—Canada first, coming hero trom
Calgary in his Ford car.
Al Manning accompanied by Theodore Khiul>rook motored tn Cranbrook
on Saturday.
Mr.  Defoe,  who  wiih  employed at
thr  Lovering mill an net.*ji\  left for
Cranbrook and Nelson on Saturday of
ist week.
A snclal hop and entertainment wiih
eld at  Ta-Ta Greek    on    Saturday
)veiling   I*'*'   and a  good time  wan
oported,   The attendance waa repre-
ejttnttvo   of   tiie   Wain and   Ta-Ta
It arhool dlatricta.
PI
.limit's Iturbour, motor truck driver
for the Lovering Lumber Co., return
ed from   a   vlnit to Cranbrook   nnd
Kitchener wliere lie spent a few days
on business and pleasure.
A goodly number ot the dance
ciiiliuaiasts of Wasa were patrons of
the dance at Fort Steele ou Thursday
evening last.
|    MIkh Leeae of Saskatchewan ia a
I visitor at the home of Mr. and Men.
Miitini'll, Mllltown.    Mlas Leese Is a
' niece of Mra. Mannell.
Mr. Joe Roes, lumberman of Waldo,
waa a business visitor here a few days
ago,
Fletcher McDonald left hero on
Monday of last week for Cranbrook,
wliero he linn accepted a position with
Dale's bakery in that city.
"Hy. nil, my l.iilmr .Day .linn
come and gone; the last picnic
day at the yew. .We will M*
have te eat ami
(Special to the Herald)
A brisk general meeting of the
newly-formed Wardner Farmers' Institute was held at Mayoolt on Saturday evening the 22nd Inst, when the
president. Mr. O. Holmes, took the
chair, and some go-ahead business
was put through with promptness
and dispatch, which augurs well for
the future of this branch.
In reporting progress of the committee on co-operative, threshing, Mr.
A. J. 11. Donahue gave some very
interesting items on an effort of this
nature made lately in Alberta, in
which lie had been a partner. He
outlined Ihe s vat cm followed, which
had worked Ho well that lhe cost of
tho outfit had heen cleared off in
three years, lie promised to obtain
full particulars of the latest typo of
outfit al a moderate price against the
next meeting al Wardner, on October
titli next, at eight o'clock, when Ihe
full report of the committee on Ihis
mo.it   important   live  <|ucHtfnu  will
litj presented.
Another Indication thnt the branch
Is trying lo do its best for the oldest
Industry Is seen in the fact thnt a
resolution was passed to discuss at the
next mooting tlie question of "Co-operative Sales Fairs", and "How best
to develop Die social side of branch
meetings", and that a cordial invitation to this meeting be extended to
nou-members,   which   is   bore  made.
Brotherhood, as the only foundation
of success in co-operative ventures
was emphasized strongly by .those
present, und there is mi doubt that
any such movement will fail or succeed according as the whole membership works heartily together, avoiding
personalities, sinking differences, so
as to reach the goal of united and
successful effort through wise and
kindly compromise. Those directing
the work of the branch are by no
means satisfied with the present
membership of '21 in good standing,
good as it seems, for up-to-date
progress ou the lines indicated above
can only come through numerous}
wide, and above all, earnest membership.
What lhe Cranbrook
Troop la Doing
TKOOP OF SCOUTS
AT WORK TO EARN
COMPliETJS  RADIO ISKT
Irnnbrook Troop of
Pack of Wolf Cubs,
meeting or the fall
.'   night   last,  in  tlie
The C.P.H. Co. is about to undertake the survey of another route for
their projected railroad from Beaver
to Surprise Rapids In connection with
the proposed electrification scheme
fiJr this division, which is now considered to be a certainty for tlie near
future. The line already surveyed is
not altogether satisfactory, and it Is
thought that an improvement can lie
made on the right hand side of the
Columbia, especially ln the vicinity
of Bush River, The idea that a better
route might be secured up the Blue-
water aud the Blackwater, has apparently been discarded—Golden Star.
IK CELKBIHTIKS IN
NEW "SPOILERS" FILM
REX BEACH'S KIWI EST
The new screen version of ltex
Beach's famous Alaskan novel, "The
Spoilers," which Jesse It. Hampton
produced for Goldwyn distribution
boasts a cast of 18 famous motion
picture players. Mr. Hampton, before
beginning production on this new
version of "The Spoilers," determined to make it surpass In every way,
the picture made from it ten years
ago. Milton Sills was selected for
the role of the hero, Hoy Qlennlster,
because of his popularity with screen
fans, because of his physique, and
because of his success in roles which
required physical prowess as well as
acting ability of the first water, Barbara Bedford was selected for the
role of Helen Chester, the heroine,
not alone for her brunette good looks
but for the success which she has
achieved in other screen productions
In the past two years.
For the role or Cherry Malotte.
which made Kathlyn Williams famous
Iu the Seilg version or "The Spoilers"
Mr. Hampton selected Anna (J. Mil-
son, the blonde beauty from Sweden,
who has a large following in America.
Robert Edeson, noted BtOgu star, was
engaged to play (Jlenulst, r's partner,
Joe Dextry and for the vlll-anous
Alex McNamara, Noah Berry, one of
the screen's premier villains, mxa engaged.
The Broncho Kid is acted by Wallace MacDonald, while Mitchell U .vl*
ia Marshall Vorhees; Ford Stirling
Flapjack Sims; Ruborl Mclvlm,
Strove; Sam do Urasse the Judge
Stlllman; and John Elliot the Attorney, Wheaton.
No more brilliant cast ha:; ben
assembled for a motion picture, as all
fans who see tbe picture a' the Star
theatre, where it will play two day:;.
beginning October 5,-will agree.
The story of "The Spoilers" is too
well known to millions of American
readers and picture goers tu need recounting here. It deals with the attempt of certain unprincipled characters to gain unlawful possession of
the richest mines in tho Klondykc
and work them for their own profit.
Rex Beach founded his novel on well
known facts which lent themselves to
one of the best adventure stories thai
recent American literature can boast.
The life which ho depicts was raw
and rugged, the men bold adventurers
and often unprincipled. Tho result
Is a picture that tar outshines 99 per
cent el screen production*.
Tho   Second
Boy Scouts, and
held their  first
season on Frldt
parish hall.
The meeting took the form of a bean
feed, which was much enjoyed by the
boya aud visitors, Mr, A. Karle Leigh
iu the course of a short address pnt
before tho hoys ihe offer made by tbo
Canadian Forostry Association Lo give
to Scout Troops ii complete radio sol
In return for forest protection work,
From the opinions eeprosflotl by var
ions senilis and cubs il will not bo
long before tho second are the proud
possessors of their own radio outfit
Tlie visitors present Included the
rector, lev. i<\ v. Harrison, Mr. A.
Earlo Lotgh and Mr. Frank Morris,
the popular local secretory,
charge of $5
pupils attend!:
this term, tin
vaiicc.
iiive nxi I upon a
lonth for outside
Bton High School
o  be paid Eu ad-
A. C, Smith, ot Crnnbrook, has purchased tho cigar store of S. Mighton.
in Trail, falling health having compelled Mr. MiglUon to relinquish the
business.- Rossland Miner.
It is reported that a number of
ind-plcked expert dairy farmers
from Denmark are on their way to
he Windermere district. They should
prove a welcome addition to this valley.- Golden Star.
SCENES Willi REAL
THRILL SHOWN IN
"Tin: SNOWSHOE tkaii>
Face to face with fl man-eating
grizzly; grappling witli the snarling
brute till the man tottered oil the very
brink of eternity; hurled Into a surg-
ng ice Jammed river in a blinding
ncftvstorm lo rescue a girl who was
aught in the swift currents; both
being borne on the tide over jagged
rocks to the very edge of a great
waterfalls—these are but a few of
the thrills that combine to make Jane
Novak's melodrama "The Snowshoe
Trail", which will be shown at the
Star theatre on Monday and Tuesday
one of the outstanding thrill subjects
of  the season.
The screen has produced many a
super-thrill in the course of Its career
but seldom. If ever, has a single production possessed such a stirring succession oi' gripping scenes as "The
Snowshoe Trail". Miss Novak and
Boy Slewart. her leading man, risked
their lives not once but a dozen
times In filming this subject in the
snow covered readies of Ihe Northwest. The scene in which they are
spilled from tho backs of their liaises into Un** raging waters of the Ice-
jam iu tbe midst of a blinding snowstorm is almost In a class by Itself
iu point of Bheer thrill.
Beautiful, delicately charming Jane
Novak and rugged Key Stewart risked
their lives repeatedly in the filming
of this thrilling episode which will
be shown with crushing realism ou
tbe screen. Once tliey were caught
In the swift moving currents ihey had
to trust to luck and the grace of God
they'd come out of it alive.
The adventure In the rapidB, dur-
(sg a lashing blizzard, is hut one of the
big scenes that combine to make Miss
Novak's latest, one of tho most thrilling in which she has ever appeared.
WAIMI TRIBUTE PAID
TO WORK 01' I'ATIIEK
BISSETTE IN KOOTENAYS
(From the Creston Review)
Irrespective of donomi national
preferences, the many residents of the
Valley who have enjoyed tho acquaintance of Father Blssette will hear with
•egret of his transfer lo take up work
in Vancouver. In the choice of men
to minister to Holy Cross Church the
archbishop has heen fortunate In I
sending to tlie local parish spiritual!
heads who invariably have hud thei
happy faculty of maintaining friendly|
relations with their own parlshoners
and With the non-Cat holies with whom
they ciime In contact, hut iu at least
nine years never has It been Hie good
fortune of Creston parish jo linve a
priest   who entered  so  heartily and
Widely Into the lile nl' tlie  eoiiiliililiily
is Father Blssotto.
Whilst upholding ulwtiya the dignity of his high calling ho bad mi Informal genuineness tlml won him Ihe
fast friendship of tho many lie encountered,    In the lime he Juti) at  his
disposal on bis vlsiia io erosion be
always exemplified n brand of clerical everyday cltlsoushlp thai it was
u real pleasure to encounter, aud iu
good measure had its effect on tiie life
df the men of ihe community Iu particular.
Operating on the broad git ago
priu icpics thai characterized him
whilst here Father Blssette will be nl
power for good wherever lie may be
Stationed, and he takes with him lot
Vancouver the best wishes for success!
of a host of friends ln the Creston
valley.
After
A universal custom
that benefits every-
Everv *•*■
Tl    \   Aid*, digestion,
nCdl   OhllMM thi hrth,
f soothes thi throat.
WMGLEYS
a good thing
to remember
A SUPiR-THMUER /
IN THE STUNNING LOVE
DRAMA OF THK NORTH
jtRIIlIANT CAST mCUUDB»,
^   MY STEWRT    ^—-
Cuming   to   tho Star   Theatre next
Monay and Tuesday, Oct. 1st aad Sad.
Sealed in
its Purity
Package
rTHE^*f  ^
FLAVOR LASTS
LOOK
tin: iio.uk ok good
PA8TIIV
Our Food and Service ere Piss-
sing a Host of Friends.
BOOTHS  FOR INDIES
CAFE   ZENITH
CKAMIIUMIK, B.C.
Opposite C. P. R.
MONUMENTS
CAMPBELL    «    KITCIIIK
MONUMENTAL   CO.
Nelson
CRANBROOK GLEANERS
AND DYERS
Every Garment sent to us to be
Cleaned or Dyed Is given
Our Utmost Care.
Our knowledge of the business
li your assurance ot satisfaction
here.   Phone, and we will call,
or brlugftUB your work.
We Clean and Dy© Everything.
PHONE   157
FRAME'S BREAD
18 GOOII BHEAD
His Pies, Cakes and Pastry   can   not  bs  beatsa.
THE HOME BAKERY
riione 87      •      Norbury At*.
JOHN CARD
PAINTER &
PAPERHAN0ER
Full Line of Wall Paper
In Stock.
Store, Hanson Avenue
Phons 409 at all hour*
CBANBB00K    .    .    .    B.C.
Nothing else known to
science perforins the same
marvellous healing and dispels disease from the tissues
as /.am-Hul; dues. This
pure herbal balm takes the
fire out ol a wound or sore,
kills and repels germs
and grows line new skin.
Zam-Buk is acknowledged
THE WORLDS i
«ESTflfAlifl
For coughs tako half a teaspoon of Minard's internally
in molasses. For sore throat
and chest heat and rub well
into affected parts. Fnr cold
ia head heat and inhale.
flft'Mn/'i srec. flare, nlitf        4*
w
Milk and Cream
DIRECT FROM'
Big Butte Dairy Farm
FH0NE 10
Canadian
Rac,ifi«c
■itANHl-OOK TKA1X TIMES
NO li; DAILY—To Nelson, Vaucouvar,
Spokane etc. Arrive 12.10 p.m. tears ]
12.20 p.m.
Ml. IIS DAILY—To Pernie, LethbrU**,*]
Meilii-lae Hat, GsMwy, eta. ArrtraJ
4.iti p.m.; leave 4.20 p.m.
Cranbrook, Wycliffe, Klmberler S*r.|
vloei
No. S28--Leave 7.05 a.m. Ne. 8«—Ar-|
rive 2.10 p.m.
Cranbrook, Lake Windermere ail
Golden Service
Monday and Thursday, each weskl
-NO. 821, leave 9 a.m.     Wednesday!
and Saturday—NO. 8*2 arrive 3.30 p*n.|
For further particulars apply to auy|
'lcket agent
J. B. PHOCTOR,
District Passenger Agent, Oalaatf.]
NOTICE
.limit's T. ...litlhiw, Mining Ktiftl-
noor nml D.C l.nigi Surveyor
Iiiih aiillinrl/.ril Allan II. DoWolC
in immiiu hi-, practice during i.u
proton! abionca from iht> city.
HStf Auk. miml, m*
For Acidity or Bile
When
your
stomach
is
upset
Take
Beecham's Pills act as a splendid tonic to
the digestive organs. They remove acidity
and fermentation and excess of bile from
the stomach and bowels and promote the
secretion of the gastric juices. In thus
correcting morbid conditions and stimulating the digestive processes Beecham's Pills
naturally have an excellent effect upon the
general health. If you have lost your appetite or are suffering from nausea, sick
headache, constipation, or giddiness
Beecham's
Sold
averytohere
in boxes
Pills Friday,  September  28tli,  1»28
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
PAGE TWO
KIMBERLEY and WYCLIFFE
INTERESTING ITEMS CONCERNING  HAPPENINGS IN AND ABOUT TIIE BUSY TOWN- ON THE NORTH BRANCH, WHERE MINING, LUMBERING AND FARMING INTERESTS ARE SUPREME-
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I       KIMBERLEY       J
j     NEWS NOTES     J
Mr. and Mrs. Hedloy MacLeod returned lasl woek from a motor trip.
Por those School Shoes sou A. Mel-
tor. Ho carrion the hind that lust   27-
w.'i'li
0, N.   Thumps
ml   lu BpoltlUIO.
hi upon I   tin!
Mr. II. A
Ing Mr. 10.
Montreal,
.ItHii'H 0( NoleOll In reliev-
S. Slniutinii ot Die Hank ot
List
Bros.
your   property   with
Murllu
15
Mr. und Mrs. C. A. Beaton nnd son
Dean, loft Ktmberloy tho first of tin
weok for the coast, where Mr. Seaton
will take up his work for the Consolidated ul J iiiii.' f-Turhor, Vancouver island.
chili Cafe, Cranbroolr, commodious,
Clean, roiufoilahlo, lMf
Mrs. E. (l. Montgomery mul (laughter aro spending u few days in Spokane* the guests of Mrs. Doschtunps.
Mr. 12. Q. Montgomery of the Consolidated, left Kimberley on Friday
for .Milwaukee ou a business trip. He
expects in be gone about tun days.
Knickers that ure Just the thing for
the hoy lo wear to school nre being
offered at reasonable prices at A.
Mellor's. 27tf
Anyone considering taking life Insurance should consult Martin Bros.,
Cranbrook. They nre District Agenta
for Canada's largest life company, and
huve specialized in thut business for
fifteen years. 15tf
The local branch of the G.W.V.A.
gave a very interesting smoker and
concert iu Morrison's hall on Tuesday evening.
Mr. Seaton was (lie recipient of a
handsome club Lag from his brother
Masons on the eve of his departure
tor the coast.
I'll meet you at the Club Cafe, Cran.
brook. - 15tf
Before deoldlng on tlml tie
V
ii i1.1 -
ng or Hun ropalr wurlu nee
Ql
0,  li.
Uiihk, ihe Pioneer fliilltlor
It
Klin
lerley anil Cranbrook.
IStf
Saturday alioill liny ot the
eh
lilren
Bnont ii very Joyful aftornooi
|l
ing In J. Morrison's tlelil,   u
IV,
Itvai
Ilillier, Floyd Irivln anil n in
ml
IT  i>l
mretits nssiHirii in koo|)lii8 ih
■ y
mug
Blera luippy.
Mr, ami Mrs, A. Ward, M
•Hi
llgull
Heights,  iiilneil   en    w
'Id
ly in
lionur or Mr. nml Mrs. C. A
s
i'l'in
A pleasant evening   wus   s
101
1    iu
bridge und music,   The prliio
Wi
iners
wore  Mrs.   W.   II.   I'lililwell
in
Mr
Bride.
Brown & Morley have opened up un
office lo the Kilcline building on Deer
Park Avenue.
Sainabury & Ryan, the contractors,
of Cranbrook started work this week
mi tlio new Dlmor building.
Pa)
ion
Time yet to wear Canvas Shoos
Wo are offering some special bargains
lu these.     A. Mellor. 27tf
Mr. Geo. Logan has returned from
his home in Nelson, where he spent
his holidays.
Mr, nnd Mrs, I.' 3. ■" annon, of
Kimberley, motored lo the city Thursday last accompanied hy firs. Dr. c.
Williams or Trail, who Ss visiting
with her sister, Mrs. Shannon.
tier llisette. who has heen ln
o of ihe Catholic cause ut Ores**
nd Kiiiihci'ley, conducted hfs
farewell service at Creston on Sunday of lasi week, and left later
tor Vancouver. Ho is one of the few
iiuUvh sons of the province t<i ho or*
dallied Into the priesthood ami work-
lllg Mill in ID'. In Hu' Baal Kootenay liOJ hus very Hlicltnely ministered
to a largo parish; He has been an
ardout athlete, and equally popular
with Prolostanl and Catholic His
departure from the district Is much
regretted   in   Crauhrook, Among
other interests, lie lias boon president of (ho local council of the
Knights of Columbus,
H,
ere an
dTh
ere
Now that the days are getting
shorter, motorists nre advised to see
that I heir lights are put in order as
the powers Miut be are forced to see
lhat the liw Iu respeel lo auto lighting Is carried out. A wonl to the
wise should ho sulIU'ient.
SHIPMENTS OF 0HE TO
THE TRAIL SMELTER
Following is a statement nf ore received at the Trail Sme'ter during the
period during Sept. $ to 21 inclusive
Name of Mine and Locality. Tons
Cork Province, Zwicky, ii. C 31!
Knob Hill. Republic, Wash  52
Lone Pine Surprise Republic, Wn. 21S
R(!.. .41
Sainsbury&Ryan!
y |
111 11,111,'IIS AMI
COSTRACTOBS
Est {males Olvon and Work     I
Guaranteed
Telephone* BUS nnd iffl.1
|  CRANBROOK     -      B.C. £
lil:v:!  __'"""'      ' ;|:"": ;':''
WHITE LUNCH
NOW OPEN
• •     •
m:\rs at Air HOURS
• t      •
A 1,\ CARTE SERVICE
• •   •
MlKi:   UASVII K . Prop,
»♦-♦-♦-♦-♦-♦-♦--♦♦- ♦■-♦-■♦—
Paradisp, Lake Winder :i
Quilp, Republic, Wusli. ..
Silversmith. Sandon. It.C,
Company Mines  	
Whilewaler,  Retallnck,  I
,... 2929
(zluc)31
(lendi:."
Alamo Mill, Alamo. B.C	
Cork Province, Zwicky, B.C	
Galena Farm, Silverton, B. C	
Hewitt, Silverton. IU'	
Knob Hill, Republic Wash	
Lone Pine Surprise, Republic, Wn  sr.
Metallic, Silverton, B.C    in
Molly Hughes, New Denver, B.C. . 80
Paradise. Lake Windermere, ll.C   . ii
RUth, Sandon. B.C    -I
Siamlard, Silverton. B.C. ,. (zinc) 143
Head) 3
Silversmith. Sandon. B   C. (lead)  16:
1   IL'
; Company Mine*' .
■ Vail Hoi, Sandon.
."10
Threshing crews
say Hint lhe whistle
engine announces the
long before lhe  roc
eyes open,
mi th
of   till
prairie*
threshing
v early light
s have i heir
.Bulge: "Whul is yo
Prisoner  (turning I
"(..rent  Heavens, what
got against an Ignoraul infill like thai
He don't even read tlie newspapers,"
name.
his lawyer):
nance have I
When Ynu Think of Insurance
— Call Up -
BEALE & ELWELL
I'linne  -Ml      ::      Cruiihrook
Sule Agents lor KhulicrlfT Tonnslte.
Dimor's Cafe
k i >i it i: it i, i. y
— Open Day and Night -—
■ eu nil) 1 ii.Ioj your Mciili at
thla Cafe
Our Service ia Prompt uml we
always Iry to please.
ICK  CREAM  - SOFT  DRINKS
Light Refreshments
FOR SUPERIOR
Dry defining Pressing
Repairing A I nninln Wurk
MF.LUELLEN
Box »7 : kninritu:v .
We call for nnd deliver poods
Sal Israel ion   Guaranteed
Protection ot migratory birds has
been added to the duties of the
Canadian Pacific Railway's constabulary. |
Airplanes   attached  to   the  Ontario Forestry Department are now  i
equipped with radio sendir.fr appa-  j
ratus so that they can keep in constant touch with the chief and other
rangers.
There was an increase of sixty-
three per cent in the number of Immigrants to Canada during the last
three months as compared with the
corresponding period of last year.
Canadian Pacific agents in Britain recruited nearly five thousand
men for work in the harvest fields
of Western Canada and, through
lack of steamship accommodation
dosed their doors on as many more
who, attracted by the special harvest rate, sought to enter Canada.
The branch lines program of the
Canadian Pacific Railway carried
out this year will bring into operation on the prairies a larger mileage
than any one year sine* 1914. Of
the 431 miles of line under construction, 281 miles will be ready for
handling grain in the Fall, and of
the balance, 115 miles will be ready
for steel by the winter freeze-up.
A building has been acquired by
the University of Toronto to be entirely devoted to the manufacture
of insulin. Th.-- will be the only
factory in Canada to manufacture
the curative fluid in commercial
quantities and. although it is manufactured in the United States, Great
Britain and Denmark, the Canadian
product will be sold throughout tht
world.
Dawson City recently celebrated
the twenty-seventh anniversary of
the discovery of the Klondykt. In
an exhibition of Yukon products
cabbages 16 inches in diameter and
weighing thirty pounds, potatoes ai
big as a mans head, pumpkins at
big as watermelons, wheat, oats and
barley bore witness to the fertility
of the Yukon soil. Side by side
with these ranged gold nuggets,
gold dust and silver bars.
Dr. James Inches, Commissioner
of Police, Detroit, and a guest at the
Canadian Pacific Bungalow Camp at
N'ipigon, holds the record for ths
biggest speckled trout caught in ths
N'ipigon River this season, having
captured a fish weighing 7H pounds.
This catch was above the average,
hut a large number of six pounders
have been taken from the Nipigon
this season. Several years ago, and
from practically the same place, Dr.
J, W. Cook, of Fert William, caught
the world's record speckled trout,
which weighed fourteen and one-half
pounds, and was more than two and
a half feet long.
Canadian Blue
Trail Towns Meet
lnvermere Oallit-riiitr Discusses
Huns lo KiiitiHt Advertise
Hie Tourist Circuit
A meeting for the formation ot a
Uritlsli Columbia division of the Blue
Trail Association was hold at the Da
vid Thompson memo
merOi on Mommy lasi
present were six repr
Banff, Alia.. .1. M. Wi
Ineer uf the National l
and C, A. Davidson, of
branoh, of Banff. Measr
and I.. V. Siilllvun, or c
il hull, luver-
Among those
entatlves from
lie, chler ong-
Parks Branch,
the highways
J. P. Fink
I'brook, the
PRESIDES? HEAT'J'Y EN-
JOYS MOTOK THU' OVEK   I*
NEW HIGHWAY $
  *
  *
Urges Importance <>f Keeping *
All Hniiil Connections in     ,f
Good liiiiilitiiiii t
WMWWW.WVWAWV
Morrison & Burke
Drillers in ('mil nml Wood
TRANSFER WORK HUM:
Tell your wives and [011 your
friends
mim:kai, ACT
(Form P)
Certificate of Improvement!
K O T I C E
"Lance Jack," "Brass Hat," "Boom,'
■• 1 Jus*.*- llllBliiy," "Red Tape," "Staff,"
•Hiihp," "Observer," "Pilot," "Dud Pr,'
"Tar." "Pop," "lorry," "Douve,'
Oo-yusfl Fr.," "Ack Ack," "Ace,"
Parachute." "Vnp," "Tanlac," "San,"
Terrtan," "Blimp." "Sped," "Park,"
'Too Much," "Itliz Fr.," "Oil," "Bob
Pr.," "Petit,"
MINERAL CLAIMS
Situate In Iho FOItT STEELE Mining
Division of Koolenny District
Bruce Robinson
Teacher of Music
Studio: Baker St., Cranbrook
ROBINSONS QRGHESTflA-OANCES ARRAN6E0 FOR
Phone 115
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada Limited
OFFICES, SMELTING AND REFINING DEPARTMENT
TBAil,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
FurchuKora of Gold, Slim, Copper, lead k Zinc (Ires
Frodacert of Gold, Sllrer. Copper, Pig lead and Zinc
TADANAC* BRAND
wiiith locutocl — On the Sullivan
Hill, near Kimberley, B.C.
TAKE NOTICE lhat The Consolidated Mining k Smelting Company.
or Canada, Limited, Free Miner's Cer-
tiflcate No. 75800-C, intend, sixty days
from the date hereof, to apply to the
Mining Recorder for a Certificate of
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining ii Crowtl Grant of the above
latin.
And further take notice that action*
under section St., must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate
of improvements.
Dated this 33rd clay of August!
A. P. 1923.
Mr. J. CnntarUltl arrlvod from Italy
this week with his family; Jimmle is
an otd timer In Wycliffe and seems
glad (o be bnck again In Canada.
THK CONSOLIDATED MININq
AND SMELTING CO., OP
CANADA, LIMITED,
1'er R. 0. Montgomery, Agent.
M-tl
president and secretary of the Calgary
Auto club, J. \V. Davidson, presidenf
of the Alberta Good Roads Association, and presideni of the Blue Trail
International Association, .). Fred
Spauldlng, of Ferule, commissioner for
the Tourist Associiititu- or South Bos-
Lorn B.C. and Sou thorn Alberta. H. B.
Jackman, of Ottawa, representatives
from Laamibe and Ciai'esliolm, Alta.,
It. It. Bruce, president, of the Windermere District Board of Trade, B. G.
Hamilton, secretary of the Associated Boards of Trade of South Eastern
B.C., Messrs. J. C. Pitts, U. A,
Bennett, A. G. Cuthbert, Frank Richardson, of lnvermere and Windermere
ami others.
R. R. Bruce introduced the delegates and opened the meeting. He
suggested Mr. J. W. Davidson act as
chairman. This was approved, and
Mr. Davidson on accepting hukrcsI-
e:l that B. Q. Hamilton act as secretary.
In his opening address Mr. David
son outlined the objects of the meeting, which he said were to promulgate the interests ol' the Blue Trail.
route. Any efforts being made in
this dlreclioln wore not iu any .sense
in opposition to any other route. He
pressed for the hearty co-operation
of the towns, cities, villages and settlements through which tlie trail posses, and in the territory tributary to
it. He considered that Banff was tlio
center of attraction for the incoming
tourists, and he urged that no efforts
tie made to dutract from It by any
other points unduly pressing attractions locally.
In tbe election of local officers for
the Blue Trail Association, Mr. R. R.
Bruce was unanimously elected as the
B.C. director for the association.
It wus decided that the murkiug of
ihe trail could best be undertaken by
the local organizations, and the Cranbrook and Windermere boards of
trad will see that this is done from
the western entrance of the national
park to the international boundary.
The .last Wednesday in May was
thought to be the best time in each
year for undertaking this.
J. M. Wardle, chief engineer of the
national parks, stated that up to August 31st, 1923, 83.000 cars had come
to Banff, and of these 7,77tl had stayed at the camp. It was thought to
be good policy by the delegates to
have the official camp sites marked
on tlie maps, and also thut where a
responsible caretaker was put in
charge of a camp, a small charge against those using it should be levied.
Mr. Wardle stated later that 8,020
cars had entered tlte national parks
this season, of which 2,001 hail beon
American cars. Up to the 23rd of
August 4,520 cars had passed over the
Banff-Windermere road, which on a
basis of four and a half people lo a
car represented over 20,000 pers ns, a
large increase over former years.
The maps of (lie blue trail will be
corrected to bring them up to date,
and reprinted for distribution next
year. These will bo pul out on two
different kinds of paper, a light sheet
for free distribution, and a heavy one
for which a charge of twenty-five
cents will he made to the local bnd
les absorbing them, to he charted on
or not, as they think. Th i mileage
shown on the mups will be « hanged
to show Ihe distance from place to
place.
The cost of the publication of those
maps is lo bo ascertained by Mr. Davidson, and he will suggest what It
is thought each local body sh Mild
contribute.
The condition of the roads connecting with the Banff-Windermere highway was discussed, and the B. O, and
Alberta goverments will lie in"?< 1 by
resolution to do ull possible lo i>ut
these In good shape, nnd also urging
that the proceeds from tlie motor licensee and gasoline tax be allocated
for roadwork.
It was urged that a uniform system of marking the trail be adopted,
and that nrrow markers lie erected
pointing lo any Important physieal
features  along  the routa.       i
Before adjourning hearty votes of
thanks were ace rded to Messrs, It.
R. Bruce, and Mr. Davidson of Calgary, for bringing the meeting about, and to Mr. B. B. G. Hamilton
for his work lu cminectton wllli his
work as secretary.
Presldenl B. W. Beatty of the C.P.R.
Co., accompanied by a party of directors, motored rrom   Banff   to   Lake
Louise,    and     Horn     Uike   Louise   to
Windermere rpcantly. The visitors
were Impressed with the trip, but
stated lhat obviously the hist twelve
miles Into Windermere, and they were
advised, Mm portion between Windermere and Cranbrook, will require
ifi In- speedily Improved.
"If ii ts imped to induce American
tourists to use this road," said Mr.
Beatty, *'lt appears that the work
must be completed, otherwise the reputation of Hie roilto will be gained by
tin unsatisfactory portions rather
than |iy the excellent const ruction of
the mileage recently completed."
While iho railway lias been working on plans for the electrification of
the system through the mountains for
several years, Mr. Beatty stated lhat
those plans had nol been completed
yet and It was too early to make an
announcement regarding them.
Mr. Beatty stated the company lost
heavily lu the Japanese catastrophe,
but notwithstanding, was contributing
$25,000 for the sufferers In Japan and
transporting free over its rail and
Bteamshlp Hues Canadian foodstuffs
ami clothing donated or purchased
witli monies for relief.
F. W. Peters, general superintendent for Hritish Columbia, met the
special train at Golden on Us arrival
from Banff and proceeded over the
Kootenay Control to Lake Winder-
mere. Returning to Golden shortly
after midnight, the party remained
until morning, leaving for the west
soon after eight o'clock. Accompanying Hie president wero D. C. Coleman,
of Winnipeg, vice-president and five
directors—W. X. Tllley, K.C. of Toronto: Sir Augustus Nanton, Winnipeg; F, W, Molson, J. K. L. Ross, and
Sir Herbert Holt of Montreal.
Superintendent T. it. Flett,
city, met the president and bis party
:iit Banff, and accompanied  them  to
I Windermere and ovor the portions of
liht division.
THE
Otis Staples Lumber Co.,
Limited
Manufacturers all Kinds of Lumber
Pine, Fir, and Larch
SI..VII WOOD
SPECIAL ATTENTION LOCAL ORDERS
HIGH CLASS MILL WORK
Enquiries Promptly Dealt With
MILL OFFICE & YARD
Wycliffe, B.C.
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WYCLIFFE NOTES '.
! up afterwards tie was
Name on application.
If
Mr.  Qeorge
Tan
er   1
as
returned
from Vaucouve
am
bas
res
imeil the
daily grind.
.Mr. and   Mrs
K.
1..
St
plea anil
family  retuinei
to
\w. liffe
on Sua-
day last from
let n
it. M
eh
gan,
Miss Amy W
liiai
is an
i a
iss Fran-
ees   Chelmick
of
t In
SI
Eugene
hospital staff
vere
sula
ay
afternoon
visitors.
rtain local bachelor doesni
como out or tbo fog and either confirm
dr deny lhe persistent rumors ot his
approaching marriage he will be subjected to the third degree; this suspense is loo awful. Why don't the
poor unfortunate be hlsaeltl
Mr. and Mrs. IC. Fontenella are taking a trip to th<* fruit country in the
vicinity of Creston. They are making
the trip by auto ami expect to return
Thursday of ihis week.
Mr. Charles Mower, setter i 0 tin
carriage at tlie mill met With rattier
an unfortunate mishap Tuesday after-
of this | noon, when a short log rolled clear
of the carriage and crushed his leg.
After first aid had been rendered he
was     taken
THK MKATHKK BULLETIN
Official Thermometer Readings
At Cninlirook
Min. Mar
Sopt. 20  	
Sept. 21 ,
Sept. 22  :.
Sept.  28   	
Sopt. 24   	
Sept. 25    3fl
Sept. 20     -Hi
45
4<i
33
30
mTv.wiT
Dinar; "Thm is not chfrken."
Waiter:   "So;  oh   no. sir. We call
that   half  and   half,    lt   In  beef and
chlckeu     Yea,    »ir;    one    cow—one
chicken."
C.    B.    Dasher, general passenger
traffic manager of the C.P.R., accompanied by A. Allerton. general superintendent of hotels, was in Vancouver
recently and was quoted as staling
that the company was ready to build
more hotels a."* soon as the traffic
warrants the development and that
the increased traffic would be cared
for When the C.P.R. realises lhe
necessity ot providing additional at-
!r.iUio:is    for  iheir  tourist    patrons.
inhi-oi.k    for    a  tney ,iUl finrl a,m0sl  unlimited scope
thorough examination of the ]fm.     It I l"Vrt,in«,rs ho,<?1 accomodation tor
tourists   in  and  around  Golden  and
is believed that tbe leg is not broken
but fn any event will necessitate his
being laid up for some time.
Windermere, the Columbia valley and
the  country tributary both  east and
west.   A tourfht hotel at Golden would
Mr. Hartley Dewey, alias "Admiral".I*" full>' warranted In the Immediate
"Sitting Bull'", etc.. shook  hands all Ifuture, and wouid be a valuable fac-
round   last  Thursday  and  then   wok |to*"   In    popularizing   this district.—
the train for Snake Hill, which, history informs us, Is situate somewhere
near Moosejaw, Sask. Eventually
Hartley will resume his course at the
Manitoba varsity.
Golden Star.
Listed among the returns! tlii? week
Is Mr. Cyprien Oontard who arrived
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If It's only
Never mfmi
Mamma sits at lion
[look lore a la Iii
Clarice seventeen i
Papa's night key
e perusing
■li brow;
i using
now.
F. W. Dowllng, formerly superintendent at Prince Rupert, who has
succeeded W. H. Stevens as superintendent of Dominion government
tHephories for this district, has just
completed a rour of Inspection of this
back In our midst at the conclusion I P*rt of his territory. He was aecom-
of a two weeks holiday spent In Spo- panled by Mr. Stevens in his trip over
bane, the new ground, and Major Joseph K.
— , Goblet,    superintendent    at    Ottawa,
Mr. A. Erbanks, familiarly known was al-o one of the party. The count "Monk" is leaving this week for{necilon between Windermere and
Yahk. Monk lias catered to the needs Oranbrook is making satisfactory proof tlie inner man at. the cookhouse for great and is expected to be completed
some time and has done so both cap-: this fall, when this district will be-
ubly and well, ii is a well known j come linked up with the south and
fact that several married men who West Kootenay and the prairie sys-
enjoyod his bill of fare during the Items. If fs understood that a new
abseii'.' of iheir better halves, took line along ihe Banff-Windermere rood
on wefglil In the process till they is under consideration, and that when
were hardly recognizable, onr- of the Goiden-Voho Parte road is ready,
these was knock-kneed and 'Ms said J a direct connection over that route
that at his first meal at the cookhouse! will receive prompt attention.—Collie ate so hearty and long that when'den Star.
Of hold-up guys,
With virions vires,
Tha want am tfces*
Wfca he Id ■» »staaa.
futile
v/r    ft PAGE SIX
TIIE  CRAKBROOK  HERALD
Friday, September 2Rtli, 1923
,..f.*.|..|, ■[..;..;••;■.:..:.■:• ■;••:••;•+************** ***>********
JOHNSON lilius.
English China
$50.00 |
$38.50 |
A. EARLE LEIGH J
Xexl Door Star Theatre   %
97 Piece Dinner Set, Madeira Pattern
97 Piece Dinner Set, Romeo Pattern
Watchmaker & Jeweller
•!•*>*■..*• >*• .;• •*• *j. •;• ... •:- •!• *;• ■"* •;* ■> ■:
|Clty Items of Inicrcsi
We carry a full lino of Lttebuoy
Running Shoes.
Our low prices win every lime.
W. P. DORAN.
+    +    +
Prepare for the winter by ordering
your tire chains , hood covers, etc.,
from
WILSON'S  VULCANIZING  WORKS
Cranbrook. 80tt
+    +    +
Tho J. S. Campbell house on Norlmry Avenue changed hands this
■week through a deal negotiated by
T. M. Roberts, the purehaeor being
J. S. Donahue, of Rogina.
+   +   +
Russell St. Biol came up before
Judgo Thompson on Saturday hist,
with n ouarge of assault preferred
against him, arising from mi episode
ut a house on Cranbrook Street. He
was sentenced to six months' imprisonment, and left the oily under escort
on Thursday,
+ + +
In converuilor with Alderman A.
J. Balment, Instates that notwithstanding the Impression being given
out, he is not. in favor of the city
purchasing the nid fair grounds from
Mr. Uren. The council has been approached many times by Mr. Uren to
lake ovor the grounds at wbal the
owner considers a fair figure, and it
is In ordor to dispose of tho question
finally Alderman Balment is introducing a by-law liy which the people
can register as they see fit on the
mutter. It is well known that there
are some in the city who favor tho
acquisition of tho grounds, aud Alderman Balment feels tliat the city
council cannot be accused of not giving the matter proper consideration
if a vote is taken on it. thereby giving Mr. Uren a riu.il answer. Personally  Alderman liniment,    said     hi
would not vote in favor of it himself
Prolecl  your property against  fire
' through Beale and Elwoll.
'    +   +   +
Patmore  Bros, are busy this week
■ .tailing   pipeless  heating   systems
r .]. Ingham, Thos. Doris and Nell
I MfCrlnunon.
+   +   +
I    Just arrived, 1024 latest Dodge with
1 all   the   very   latest improvements.
i Also tlio 1024 new Overland with fall
floating tutlo and high radiator. Value i annul be surpassed for tbo price.
Give us a cell and wo will give you a
drive or explain all the new features.
DHZALL'S GARAGE.
+    +   +
Friends lu lhe city of Mr. W. Dale
lot Dale's  Bakery, are glad to learn
thai   his  condition    al    the hospital
whore ho has been  lying seriously
ill,  is  now  reported  much  improved.
Our best. ad. is a proper fitting Suit
on a satisfied customer.
23lf    Grady fr Eye, Tailors, Halter St.
26tf
+    +    +
Chief Engineer J. M, It. Falrbalrn
of tho C.P.R., witli headquarters at
Montreal, passed through the city on
Friday last going ovor the division on
tin- Inspection cer.    Ills  private car
followed him ou the ensthound pas-
singer Friday evening.
+    +    +
Special!   Special!   Tungsten  Lamps
at bargain prices.    25, 40, and 50 watt
Tor 36c.
W. P. DORAN.
Our low prices win every time.
NOTICE
The Parent-Teacher Association are
giving a social evening, Friday, Sept.
28, at S p.m. In tbe Parish Hall. A
cordial invitation is extended to any-
nie Interested in the movement. Music and conk-sis during the evening,
also refreshments. All free nnd
everybody welcome,
PARENT-TEACHER  Assoc.
Cranlironk.
30-31 E. O. Dayman, Sec'y.
LOCAL
WEMZVGA
-'Bill liiiBliiitB,.]'.--,:.:'
.viiiiSfiscijitiSBiiniiiiinas
STAR THEATRE
PROMKAM FOR NEXT WEEK, COMMENCING! OCTOBER lsl        ,":
JIOMIAV nml TIKSIUY
"The Snowshoe Trail"
Canada's Own Northern Production,
PATHS NEWS .... .        COMEDY     I
WEDNESDAY: nml TIIIIISliAY
VIOLA DANA in "JUNE MADNESS"
A delightful mixture <>f madness and gladness.
Corned j-1 "Tho  Bimhor." Please Note. This Comedy Is extra booiI.    j
HIIIIAY mul SATIllllAY
"THE SPOILERS" by Rex Beach j;
BIG   22
iECIDING ON THB
FURNITURE
BEFORE DECIDING ON THB
FOIt YOlll NEW HOME,
CAM AT THE BIG 22.
We now lime a full lino ni' llio following:
LIBRARY and PARLOR TABLES
KITCHEN CABINETS   BUFFETS
MATTRESSES TRUNKS and SUITCASES
BEDS and BED SPRINGS     WINDOW SHADES
DRESSERS DINING TABLES and CHAIRS
Our Sale Is On
Entire Stock of Dresses
Canlou Crepe. Tricotlne, Trlcolette and Homespuns
some just came In and are on sale at cost and below
cost as we are going to 'lour this lino entirely out.
LADIES' COATS JUST IN. ON SALE
Men's, Ladies and Children's
Shoes are on Sale
pairs for ....
Men's Muleskin Gauntlet]
Window Shades, Salo price	
Cups and Saucers, wliite or blue, ti for
Plates,  each   	
Men's Shirts, Orey Flannel, Salo price
$1.25
85*
$1.00
15e
$1.25
SALE PRICES ON THINKS AND SUIT CASES
B.WESTON'SStore
Till. STORK
BAKER STRBBST
MAT SI.U.S FOR I.MSS
CRANBROOK, B.C.
•*kW+*kMmmJ
Insure witli Beule & Elwell,
"Ths Frost is on the pumpkin".
Have you bought ydur Caloric yet?
See Patmore Bros.
The Parish Hull Card Parties und
DauceB will be held on iho following
dates: Oct. IT; Nov. 7; Dec, 5.      3itf
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bowness and
Mr. and Mrs, Qnrnhani left In the
former's car on a motor trip to the
Toast on Wednesday morning.
A Benefit maoquoriulo dance will ha
held on llulliiwe'eii, October :sisi at
the Auditorium. B, of It. T. 29
Miss WANDA  E FINK, A.T.O.M.
Teacher of Piano und Cello, is now
accepting pupils for the above,    2CIC
Mrs. Frank Thompson, ot Wardner, was ahlo to return lo her home
dii Monday, after it slay nl the hospital.
Qulgley Knittod Sweaters and Coats
ai Qrady & Eye's, tbo Tailors, Baker
Street; 2:itf
J. T. Meltttyre of Ferule was a visitor In Cranbrook   on Tuesday und
Wortnosday.    While  in  the  city Mr.
Mcntyve renewed several Old acquaintanceships.
Mrs. Jas. Dickson of Yahk, who was
in attendance nt lhe CroBby-Clapp
wedding, and since a visitor nt the
Clapp home, returned lo Yahk on
Saturday.
The Ladles' Aid and Woman's
Missionary Society of Knox church
will hold a social, reception to all
members of the congregation this evening Friday, ul 8,30 p.m. All members
of tho congrogottori are cordially invited.
The subjects of ihe sermons to lie
delivered at the Baptist church on
Sunday next are us follows: 11 a.m.
'Canada. The Land of Promise."
\ 30 p.m. "The Salvation of a Rclig-
ious Sinner." Both servicer, will be
conducted by the pastor. Rev. W. T.
Tapscott.
Accompanied by iheir daughter,
Miss Betty, Ur. and Mrs. Green lefl
on Sunday for Montreal. While in
that elty Dr. Green will have the
pleasure of seeing his daughter. Miss
Betty join his alma mater, as she is
entering the Royal Victoria College
for Women.    McGtll University.
An Interesting and much Interested
guest at lhe Crosby-Clupp wedding
last week was Mrs. E. O. Clapp. of
Euphratn, Wash., mother of Mr. Lester Clapp. Though over eighty years
of age she Is active and happy, and to
keep pace with her, one a generation
yolinger lias to "step out." She will
be staying a month or so with Mr,
and Mrs. Clapp.
We carry a full line of Men's Women's and Misses' Shoes.
Our low prices win every time.
W. F. DORAN.
Saturday afternoon last the Marlon
niiver Mission Band of Knox church
held a garden party on tho lawn of
Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Carlyle. Mrs,
Grady, the leader of this energetic
body of young people has reason to
feel proud of tbe success of the affair.
The sale of candy and lee oream was
conducted hy the young people assist
ed by several of the older members
of the congregation und the sale net
ted the band about $4~, which was
considered very good. Tbe Mission
Band are much Indebted to Mr. and
Mrs. Carlyle for their kindness iu donating tbe use of their garden Tor the
sale.
Mr. O. D. Devlin, general superintendent for tho Confedarntlon Life
Insurance Co., Toronto, who Is making an Inspection of agencies iu the
west was a visitor In the elty on
Wednesday and Thursday, with C. II
Phillips, o i' Cranbrook and Lister,
itin dIstiId representative. Mr. Devlin Is very optimistic with regard
to the future of business condition!
generally throughout Cuuadn. nnd
more particularly with respect
the Enst Kootenay district. T.IiIh
Improvement  is naturally reflecting
itself In   Increased  business  Unit   his
company Is doing.      He hopes at n
later date to return to tho district l
enjoy n few days' flailing and haul
Ing.
On Wednesday evening last at her
homo Miss Muriel Baxter wan the
hostess at a jolly cup and sauce
shower when about twenty girl
friends joined In doing honor tn Miss
Helen Jones whose mnrrfage is to
take place ou Saturday next. Tbe
first part of the evening was taken
up with a contest which besides being
quite pleasant, was also momentous
to some. Tho party was a merry
ono thnt sat down to the delightful
luncheon tho hostess had prepared
Following this tho judge declared tho
bride-to-be lhe winner of the contest
tho prize being n beautifully decorated ease containing the cups nnd »nu-
oerB, the gifts of those presenl. The
guest of honor gracefully thanked the
hostess and her friends for tho pleas-
urn their thoughtful gifts gave her.
After a merry sing-song the company
snparuted, all giving Miss Jones the
hest of wishes nnd Joining heartily In
tho ehOTUI, "For Bho'e ii Jolly   Good
ltllOW."
Our Optical
Department
is here ror your benefit. You
aro ut liberty to mako use of
it freely, fully, at your convenience . It's our business
to tell you of your eye ailments und prescribe a cure.
If glasses are the remedy,
we wilt fit them ror you accurately am) becomingly, and
just, as cheaply ur. the highest
grade of optical work can be
supplied for.
Yours for belter eyesight,
W.H.Wilson
OPTICIAN
Hemstitching.—Mrs. Surteea, Garden Avenue. 2tf
Tho Christ Church Bazaar will be
held on Nov. 21, In the Parish Hall.
31tf
Mrs. D. A Mnc.Ditnuld of this ety
has been a patient ut the hospital for
a few days this week.
Fresh oystors ure now being
served at tho Vicloria Cufe. Any
style.
HORN.— On Wednesday, September 26th, at the St. Eugene Hospital
io Mr, and Mrs. Carl Quick, of Wycliffe, a daughter.
Do not use postage stamps on
checks after Monday next. The new
regulations require that excise
stamps shall bo used for this purpose
henceforth. ■*,
BORN—At the Si. Eugene Hospital, on Sunday, September 23rd, to
Mr. and Mrs. George Wanuk, of Kimberley, a daughter.
Mr.* and Mrs. G~* Sinclair left the
end of last week for Lethbrldge, Ret-
law and other Alberta points on a holiday of two weeks or so.
Mrs. J. A. Genest and family returned from a visit of a little over a
month In the east. Quebec, Montreal,
St. Annes, and Almonte were among
the points visited,
His Lordship the Bishop ol Kootenay will visit Cranbrook on Saturday,
October 13th, and will conduct Con-
fi nil ut Urn service at li p.m. on that day
at Christ Church,
Wo still have a number of repaired
tires and tubes on hand, at reasonable prices. ,.
WILSONS VULCANIZING  WORKS
Cranbrook. 30tf
After a holiday of a couple of weeks
spent wiih relatives und friends at
Lethbrldge, Leonard Jecks will return from the prairie city the end of
ibis week in anticipation to resuming
work next week.
The cottage prayer meetings
which were discontinued during the
summer will he resumed starting
with the first meeting on Wednesday,
October 3rd, at 8 p.m. at the home of
Mrs. Taylor. Dewar Avenue.
After the lecture of Rev. Dr. Hues
tis on Wednesday evening, it was
decided at a meeting of the lord's
Day Alliance that the old executive
should remain lu office for another
year.
IFOR SALE—Ford Touring car, in
good running order, equipped with
good tiros. $125.00 cash. Phone 472,
Box 4S4. 31
Locally Grown Fruit Made the
Occasion For Enjoyable
And   Uulque  Event
On Thursday evening last what
proved to be a most enjoyable and
novel affair wns the watermelon
party given by Mr. and Mrs. Campsall
In the schoolhouse near the Campsall
ranch. If tbe number of watermelons
consumed is any criterion tbis somewhat novel feast to northern climes
was an unqualified success, no less
than 75 of tho "cltrullus vulgaris"
bi'ing required to satisfy the appetite
of the hanquetters. It Is of Interest to
note that the melons which were particularly luscious and of excellent
flavor were all grown at the Campsall
ranch. Following the feast an excellent program of solos, recitations,
and other forms of entertainment was
rendered, this being as follows:
Song. "Behind the Plow" Mr. Camp-
Ball; Recitation, "When he took his
girl to the Circus" Mr. J. Wallace;.
Song, "Somewhere in France, dear
Mother" Mr. Wallace; Recitation,
"Bucking Broncho" Mr. Henry Campsall. Pencil Drawings by Mr. Dlebolt.
Mr. Ctark Wallace in a short address voiced the sentiments of the
company when he thanked Mr. and
Mrs. Campsall for their generosity.
At midnight n dainty supper was
served and this wus followed by a
dance Mr. Harry Sheddy being floor
manager nnd Mr. Clark Wallace furnishing the music Early morning
brought to a close what was one of
the jolliest limes that could bo desired.
Grady ft Eye arc up-to-date cater-
ora to the dresa requirements of pro*
gresslve men. 23tf
\i\\\  FOiI-MM.   AM.VI
BODY
i:n;
This is 'Open Season" for "Caloric's". Seo Patmore Bros, about
yours.
A Tea will be held by the Young
Women's Auxiliary of Knox church
at the home of Mrs. Flett. Garden
Avenue, on Saturday afternoon, from
8 to ti. Homemade candy .for sale.
Kveryone  welcome. 31
Mr. S. J. McNulley, provincial constable at Coal Creek, who has been
n Having at Kimberley for the past
iwo weeks, returned home on Thursday.
Mr. Angus Hay returned from the
Cast today, Thursday, after attending the Provincial Fair at New West-
mlnctor, He also did some Judging
at some fairs on the const circuits,
nt Ahhotsford, Aggnelx and other
points.
Our stock of Seasonable Materials
for Men's clothing Is of highest quality. A perfect fit and complete satisfaction guaranteed. Grady & Eye,
Tailors. Baker Street. 23tf
Ropresontatlveq of the city council.
tho curling club and the hockey boyp
were to meet this evening, Thursday,
at the Crnnbrook Hotel, to go further
Into ihe matter of providing better
Ice fnr lhe hockey boys. The plan
most talked of now is apparently an
extension tn the end of the present
rink.
— /
A number of members from the loci lodge of Oddfellows braved the
elements on Tuesday evening nnd
made ihe trip to Kimberley to help
complele    Installation ceremonies In
connection with the now lodge  rcc-.of both curlers nnd hockey supporters
ontly Instituted there.     Bro. Pontile far   immediate   use.     Unfortunntely
Johnson who hod been away nt the I tbe suggestion by ono present that,
lime of the previous meeting wns flu- some such action be taken to strength-   CMADIAN CAFE & ROOMS
ly Installed on Tuesday evening nn Jon the hand of thj committee only led -Newly Constructed - Nicely Furnished
8TAH 8ECUMU  U/.1D  STOBE
Pbuae t.
We pay the best prices going tor all
kinds   of   furniture.     Wa buy anything from a mouse tr n to id auts*
mobile,
W  W. Kllby, Auctioneer end Valuer
Insure with Beule und Elwell.
Mr. and Mrs. R* L. McKee leave
on Friday of this week to enjoy a
week's hunting at Mud Lake.
Lewis Willicomo is enjoying a holiday from his work at tho ll.;:i ou Oarage for a cui-plo of weeks.
This is our Furnace month. Have
you arranged for your Caloric yet?
See Patmore Bros,
Mr. Harry Luscombe is at present
located al Coleman, where lie has taken charge of one of the meat mnr-
kots,
Grady &. Eye are now located In
their new storo on Baker Street, opposite McCreery Bros. 23tf
It ts getting near the close of the
tourist season new. but tbis week cars
from far afield have been in the city,
parties from Quebec nnd San Francisco being among those noted.
p. \v. Willis took possession this
week of a new Superior Chevrolet
touring car from the Kcotcnny Oarage, With the added smartness nf his
name artistically panelled ou the
side.
J. Fred Spauldlng wns In the cliy
at tho flrat of tho week on his way
back from lnvermere, where he attended the Blue Trail Association
meeting, which was also attended by
Messrs. J. P, Fink and L. P. Sullivan
from this city. Mr. Spalding has
boon laying before tho Ijoard of trade
the matter of Oftlllatlon with the
Tourist Association nf Southern Alberta nnd ii.c., for another yoar,
though on a rodu'cod osBOssmoul basis,
TO-LET — Front Bedroom.    Apply
2t)9 Dewar Avenue. 31tf
GOOD toned piano for sale, reasonable. Will arrange terms for payment tf desired, J. Smlllle, General
Delivery, Cranbook, 31
FOR SALE — Seven roomed house,
garage, fully modern and lu first-
class condition, nl very reasonable
figure. Apply Herald. 31tf
FOR SALE—Two No. 5 Underwood
Typewriters, used very little, in
good condition, can be seen at the
High school at any time, $115 each.
Apply Secretary of School Board,
tf
patton of the delay that steps be taken
to otherwise provide   the   means of,
(Continued  from Page one)
this would necessarily take considerable time before any action could be
taken provided all parties were favor-1
able to the cause, and that In antlcl-1 Ml' Arthur Aal.Worlh received no*
illee of bis transfer this week to the
bunch or th'.*  Imperial  Bunk  ul  Inv-
proceedtng at once to put into effect Iermere' nml lofl oil Thursdny to spend
In short tlma there, beforo arranging
lo remove bis family. Mr. und Mni
Aidiworlh will bo missed particularly
in Methodist Churoh circles, where
both have been active and wholehearted workers. Mr. Ashworth has also
been seen tary of tbo G. W. V. A„ and
cct.neotod with tho direction of the
affairs of the Mus'cal Society ever
since    its    organization,   two  other
FOR SALE — De luxe baby carriage,
full size sleeper In white wicker,
with white corduroy upholstery, artillery wheels. As good as new,
for halt price.    Phone 382.        30tf
FOR SALE-—One cow and cream separator, for very low price. Apply.
John T. Ely, Wycliffe, B.C.      30-32
FOR SALE—Cider Cooler, Bar Counter,  and Ribbon Case   Cheap for
Cash. Charles Morrison, Kimberley.
27tt
FOR SALE.— (*;• I heater, hot blast.
1C Inch flropot, brick lined. Also
sink, white enamel, 14 x 22 Inches.
Phono 18. 31tt
FOR SALE—Cresm Separator maibi
by International Harvester Co., Apply   B. Weston, Baker St. Mtl
FOR   SALE   L.   E.   Rifle.    Apply   II.
Weslon, Baker Street. 27tt
TO RENT, — Suitable ofllce or store
on Armstrong Avenue, next to W.
F. Doron'i. Apply to w. ft, Kllby. 221 f
any plan decided upon. With the en-
dorsntlon, by a vote of the representative meeting such as was present/
coupled with the assurance thnt might!
have been obtained from the council-;
lors present that they would pledge;
themselves to the support of tbe bylaw in council, sufficient money might ■
have been forthcoming from private |
sources to have been placed ln tlio i
trust of some responsible committee
Bpttoros  In which ho wilt  be sorely
missed. \
the first tuihlo grand of tho lodge nt to further discussion as to the action
Kimberley. The Installing officer was taken by the council at their last
Bro. F. tl Monia, P.O., of Key City meeting. The meeting then adjo-aru-
bodge, the district deputy. \fA.
Modem Improvement
ROOMS BV DAY OK WKKK
Van Horne St, Opposite Depot
FOR SALE Registered Holsteln Bull
Calf,two monttiH ntd, from five gallon cow. prlco |&0. Would exchange
for hogs. M. Cathcarl Scott, Newgate, IU. 'Jtt-34
FOR RENT—Offlce to rent two doors
from Veiic/la Hotel, apply to John
Gard. 22tf
40 ACRE FARM CHEAP -tor quick
sale. Good buildings, spring creek*
auto road to door, fine bottom lent
with part already undor cultivation
Big Sullivan Mine, Kimberley, eloev
by, Is ready market right at door
Apply to Martin Bros., Cranbrook*
ao. Mt
Long Winded
Lecturer—"Allow me, before closing, tti repeat the words nf tho
Immortal Webster."
Husband — (to wife) "Come on
Marie, let's go. He's going to start In
oa the dictionary."

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