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Array I.'rovfnolii
Ubmr, Wlll. ;.,..,„
THK NATIONAL ADVERTISER
KNOWS THE BEST MEDIUM—
HE PATBONIZESTHE HERALD
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
A PAPER FOB IHE HOM-
THE INTERESTS OF CBANBBOOK   FOREMOST   ALWAYS
VOLUME
CKA3BBOOK, II. C„ THURSDAY, JANTJAM ill. lltto.
SIX PAGES TODAY
N 1* M II E It       8 0
CIIBIST (111 KC1I SENIOR
Sl'XIUY SCHOOL SCIIOL
HAVE ENJOYABLE
iiaiis Vestry Meeting of  Invermere Farmers Dance Was An
EVENING      _.     .        r, u   II   IJ      tiMI   I)    II   ','   /    iL C    i Ll
Christ Church Held
On Thursday lust u happy evening
wus silent by Christ- caiurdt Senior
Sunday school Bcholaraj the member,
nf the choir und n few friend*.
About thirty snt down to an exOell-
tllt.  ropast   provided over by  Mrs. ,1.
W.  Bur   inul  .Miss ,\.  Woodland.
During tlte ovoning tho kIMs of Mrs.
Burton's class proBented her with a|    Tho   well   attended  annual  Vestry
ohlna sugar and oronm set its a tuk*. moetln. ol Christ chiireli wa* held In
Meeting Hell Attended and Hratlly
Inu Reports Arc Made ol
Uio rear's Wort
Will Pull Together    Enjoyable Affair
lii'tlilc at Meeting, tu lulls
Carry un a Moro Vcllyi
in the Future
ilidate anil
Wurk
l-.-ilics'   tuxlllary  nf tile tlrenl   N.ir
Votorflllft' Assticlutliiu   Vr.-
(1 1 entertainer*.
CUSTOMARY CEREMONIALS ONI.V
MAIIKEH  OPENING OK THE
B.C. LEdlSLATI III. TODAY
LIEll^ENANT-GOVERNOH  I'llioil
OFFICIATED AT THE OPENING
0|i|iusilJun   Member,  un   lluinl   Willi
Mans uf Unin ami l)ui'stluiinulrei
Promiv tu be Musi Interesting
en nf their adoctlon mnl osteon., iunl
I lit, Isiys nl tho Rov, I1'. V. Harrison's
i lass gavo hltu a fountain ipou. Both
reolDtonta tvoro delightfully surprised, The remainder of the evening
was spi'iit in gomes and music.
Bachelors Prove
Good Entertainers
Miii'lceii-Tucilty   hnme  a   Mii"t   En.
ji-jaiiii-  Atttnfi"—DocowttonB
('liMiTt'ly Arranged
ou Monday evening, with
Rev.  I'   V. Hflrriaon in
win ii   ,T;irt:t'vinj;   reports
successful  yoar's activi-
church'e
VICTORIA. B.C., Jan. 20.—Tho D.
C. Legislature wns opened this afternoon witli iho customary ceromonlnls
by Lieutenant-Governor Prior. |    Tiio 1920 dance under the au-sptcoB
After inspecting the guard of lion-j of tlie Bachelors of the city to their
or, composed of local military unite, j friends,   waa  a  revolution  to  those
ho entered iho building* through the who wero present at tho Parish Hall
main entrance, which is only thrown \ on Tuesday ovoning
open on such occasions. The decorations excelled anything
Tlie   lieutenant-governor   was   at-  that has ever been attempted in tlie
tended by aa escort composed of rep-  city to spell hospitality, welcome and
reBentatlves of the military and navy,
and after taking his seat in the chair
of the speaker, read the speech from
the trone and formally doclnred the
session opened.
Hon. John Keen is present and it
is expected ho will aet In the capacity of speaker during a greater part
ot the session.
Mr. W. J. Bowsor,
Opposition,   promises
general well being. Tlie color scheme
was purple and gold and tho design
was most effective.
Nothing wns overlooked, tho lights,
stage and "punch" corner receiving
its share of treatment.
The music surpassed all .previous
events and the Vitrompidriim orchestra's praises were loudly sung as be-
leader of the' ing second to none of any combinations   interest-1 Ion of four pieces In the Interior.
ing revelations at tiie session. Mr. Dancing commenced, at ,9.110 and
Bowser and his colleagues have been! cantiiiiied till 8,80, a very large nuni-
overwhelmed wfcth complaints from | ber responding to the Invitations,
all sections of the Province regard- Delightful refreshments were served
ing the present administration aud It hi tbe Guild room which waa trans-
is predicted these complaints, which formed into u cafe a la mode. The
will be brought, up by tlu Opposition,! committee who are to bo highly corn-
will prove more than interesting tot mended for their painstaking efforts
tho electorate. i to entertain  iu sueli a royal fashion,
Mr. Bowser declares that Premier j were: S. S. Rumacy, J. ti. Haslam,
Oftver lias increased thc Indebted- R. A. Powers. F. li Br am ford, G. M.
nos of the Province by $5,000,0001 Argue. U. A. Kay, A. Bell, P. Adlard,
since the late governmeni lefi oflice,: [,. Ijoask, I). M. Macdonald, Or. G. B.
and after .posing as tho hot farmer
and the best lawyer lu the province
was now claimhi'g to be the best railway engineer. He charges that the
present government has increased tlie
civil servants' salary list until it now
represtnted 26 per cent, of the total
revenue,  costing  $2,500,000 as  com
I..  Mackinnon.  T.  M,  U.  Stew*-rt,  H.
rtffitiUtge, .1. R. McLennan, Secn-tary.
INTERESTING  DEBATE  STAGED
BY VOUXO PEOPLE'S SOCIETY
OF Till   METHODIST CHURCH
The Young Peqplo
meeting iu tlie
pared with $1,686,000 under the late I Methodist    church    last    Wednesday
government. '' "ifihi   developed  n   very  interesting
Tbe increase was caused, lu  alleg-! debnte.   (ho  subject being  "Resolved.
en,   by   the   abuse  of  tho   patronage I Thai     the    suggested    $2000    bonus
scheme   is   the   best   solution   t.>  the
system.
NAKUSP WOMAN DIES FROM
SLEEPING SICKNESS IN NELSON
Mrs. W. Pratt, of Karft Oemars.
near Nakusp. died Monday ln the Nelson General hospital from sleeping
sickness.
Oeceased had beon 111 but a short
tlmo nnd It is a mystery how she
COUld  oontracl   the   disease   living  as
tho family did in an isolated Boctlon,
fnr away from other inhabitants.
Hor husband, who was visiting in
DettVMt. Mich., was advised of hor
condition and war. euroute hnme
when his wife died
WLL1AM   WAUIY   SUFFERS
BROKEN  111.;  IN  IIOS1MTAI
problem of the ro-ostoblisliniont of
the returned soldier."
The affirmative side was taken very !
ably by Parry Macdonald, and Miss
Eunice Parot. the negaliv,. side being
taken by Krlo McKinnon and Miss
Nellie Bowen,
The judges were Mrs, W. H. Wilson 1
and Missrs   Revs. Pow and \as*.
Tho debate wns very spirited I
UiroughOUt, and while tho speakers
scored ono another at times, the best j
of good feeling obtained throughout '
the evening,
Tbe judges awarded the jioints to"
the affirmative by a very narrow margin, several complimentary speecheel jw
belfUg mode hy the jndgoa as to Hip
merits of the various debaters taking part.
Parish ha|]
the Bector,
tbe chair-
on a most
ihs iii all  branches of tl
endeavors  were read
In iu i report the rector -poke feelingly of  ii xcelleut   work of hia
church warden*, C A. Cock ami W.
A. Walling, r, and referred In glowing
terms to the splendid efforts of Mr.
Robertson in organising tiie drive for
funds under the Forward Movement.
Tlie Indtot guild were IndlspeuslljU.
and the result of their efforts last
year constituted a record, He was
pleased to note tin progress nf the
Women's Auxiliary io <\ M. s. and
■great credli was duo Mr. Morris for
bis secretarial work of the Parish
Hall and to Mrs, .1. F, Smith for her
untiring siiperinloiidence of tho
honuworkers aud regular sick visiting. Ik- wished i" thank all the
workers parlicuhirly Hie choir, organists and Sunday school teachers,
and the Altar Guild.
Mr. ('has. A. Cock read the financial statement showing a bettor state
nf affair.; thuii on any previous vestry
meeting
The ladies' guild report showed an
| income of $1680. the members having
"gone over the top,1'
Tho Parish Hall had an Income of
$1114.2*", and a bank balance or $5.50.
Mrs. J. F. Smith reported for the
homeworkers of whom there were 64
member.-;, nil rendering valuable assistance, Aside from these major enterprises the various .parish argauiz-
ations also presented satisfactory financial statements. In speaking of
tho outstanding points such as Fort
Steele, Klmberley. Wycllffe and Ma-
rysxllle, Mr. Harrison expresed the
wish thai tliis year ihe ministry maybe extended, A letter from Fort
Steele offering $100 as ihe'r shnre of
the responsibility w;.s very gratefully
received.
Th,. following were elected io office for the year:
('.   A.   Cock,   rotor's  warden.
N. A. Walllnger, people's warden.
Me*-.-i*s. F. Q Morris, tl, H. Thompson. M. a. Beale, W. tiihbs. F. Often,
Grubbe. Hicks. Robertson and Mrs.
W. 10. Haslam. church vestry committee.
Mesdames Thompson, Heale and
Messrs. Morris. Bird. Hicks and Edwards, parish ball committee,
Messrs. lock, Walllnger and Beale
wore appointed lay delegates to the
synod ami Judge Thompson. Major
Hicks ami Mr. Robertson wero nominated substitutes
At the close of tlie meeting acting on the initiative of Judge Thompson, a motion was unanimously
ed that the rector's stipend be raised
by $600 It was decided to hold
general meeting in the near future to
do something for the young people.
NEW MEMBER OF OVERLAND
FAMILY ARRIVES IN CITY
LANTERN   SERVICE  FOR   VOCNG
PEOPLE   BEGINS ON   FRIDAY
'-■'clock,;
Baptist
Innlorn j
These
William Walby. the genial  foretna.
«r the CPU. painting crew, broke his 	
leg last week and Is In the hospital     '     »>u   Friday   evening-  nt   7
Mr.    Walby    nu rived    his    Injurie! Rev.   .).   P.   Sinclnilr   of   the
while  assisting   iu   unloading   ice  at . church,   will   commence   bis
the  I'P.R.   Ice   house,  a   heavy  cake! services for (be young people,
falling upon bis log causing a torn    services, when held lasl winter, were
pound fracture below the knee 'appreciated  by  the mnny  boys  and
girls who attended them. The iiius-
LralOd Story foi* this Friday Is entitled "Won by ii Gipsy" There will
be no charge for admission. A collection will be taken up to defray
t'X,penses
Frank l.ezall. who has the agency
ho Overland cars In Cranbrook,
has jusi received the new demonstrating ear in advance of n shipment of the new typo "fours" being
turned out by the makers, and the
car is a beauty
The now model is roomy, embodies
all the features of ihe higher priced
outos and is moderate priced. Mr.
noznll invites prospective purchasers
to cull and Inspect the latest thing In
an ton.
INVERMERE, B.C.. Jan, 27-The
Farmers' Institute of llu; Wi.idertuore
District and tbo Agricultural Association of the same pari held their annual meetings January 21st at Athalmer. The attendnwc- was very good
and tho interest whHi v.n manifested wjih very great. The affairs uf
the organizations fo" ihe past year
wore gone over and Lhe financial reports showed a a&tlgfiictory condition.
It woe decided to ear 7 on a more active work that has I- bn possible during tho war period.    (V1t.il that end In
view motions were p
sedations praying
to unite as one. Th*.
ula under the Act will
through with, ln out
a set of by-laws, whip
ly been prepared, we
election of directors
for
d by both us-
ponniSBlon
required form-
'! once be gone
•Ipation of tills
1 had provlouft-
0 passed. The
van made tills
year on the ward system, tlu district
being divided Into four parts,
The following la 1.I10 result: Windermere District, J. W. Crawford;
Moreland, George Jones, Robb
Wilmer District—Ed. Tunnncllffe,
Arthur Taylor, H. H. Pel ers. Major
P. Bt Young.
Invermere District--R. g. Newton,
James S. Johnston, Arthur .1. Walker.
Basil G. Hamilton.
Athalmer District—.lames Lambert*
Joseph Lake, W. C. Rylett. Frank
Richardson.
Cranbrook Gets
Slice of Big Melon
Important Announcement Hade hy C.
P.H.-WIII Spend Considerable
Sum In Improvement'. Here.
An announcement made by the C.
P. R. to the effect that the work hold
up for some time at many points because of the war, will be undertaken
immediately, is of Importance to w.c
city because Crunbrook gets n slice
of the bU melon.
The company wll rebuild the engine house, machlm shops and Ice
house, which will mean an expenditure of a considerable sum,
It ts understood the work will be
commenced as soon as the weather
will permit.
The Ladies' Auxiliary of tht Great
Wat* Veterans* Association are to be
commended   upon   the   enterprising
spirit which was put Into their dance
on Friday evening Inst, when the novelty of appearing in rags caused n
good deal or merriment.   Those  who
attended iu the capacity of onloofcem
anil  nol   troubling  to  como  hi   the)
proper garb, wore pounced upon for
I (InOS  in  daring  to  wear good  boots, j
a whole collar or the suspicion of a
piece of jewelry.
The committee succeedei'.  iu  hnul-
■ ing in over $10.00 iu this wny.   Ovor
: twenty tables took part In the whist
I drive,  the  winners of  which   were:
j ladys,  Mrs.  James Thomson;   gents,
j Mrs, J. F. Smith and consolation priz-
| es feel to Mra J. P. Smith and Mr.
i Hernlmnn.
Tbo judges for tho most poverty-
stricken lady and gentleman bad no
-iiir.ll task in deciding, the prizes go-
id.- to Mra. Welse and L. 0, Richnrd-
bou, Mrs. Atchison and Messrs. Fink
anil At.tridgo kindly acted as judges.
The sUCCOSS of tho evening depended lu no email measure to the efficient management of p. w. WillL*. who
was a host Of fun iu himself. The
high cost of living was ably overcome even in the refreshments which
were in keeping wtth the scheme of
tho evening.
Tho affair netted In $91.35, and the
ladles liavo every reason to feel
highly gratified with the result*.
FORMER CRANHROOK EMTO|~
IS  FORCER  TO   RETIRE
The many friends lu Cranbrook of
"Und" Simpson, former editor of the
Herald, editor and publisher of the
Kamloops Standard-Sentinel, will n-
grct to learn that lie has been forced
to retire from the publishing business because of falling eyesight, and
all will hope that .after a period of
rest, he will be able la resume his
desk.
j     Mr.   Simpson   is .succeeded   in   tlie
j editorship of the Kamloons oarer by
Mr.   'V-Hrtfu Marshal whn has been *£'
j the  employ  01   the  publication   for
iome lime.
HOAItli OF TRADE TO 1101.1.
IMPORTANT MEETING IN THE
CITV KALI FHIDAV EVENING
The (ranbrook Homl <>i Trude Is
lo hold it general meeting iu tho
(Mi Hall Friday evening, ommen*
cimrt at 8 o'clock.
The purpose of the mH'Mng is
ie discuss llu* iiuestlon of ufllillat*
hig ulth lhe Associated Hoard* of
Trade 01' Eastern HritKh Columbia
and whether or md Crauliroob will
have one ore more representatives
at the annual mooting to be held io
Trail iievt mouth.
All member.*, of the local board
are urged to allcnd.
STUDENT BF
Grazing Report
Is Interesting
Commissioner Avers New Policy of]
Oovernment Is Working Out Hell
Some IM flic 11 It Problem-
MAKES   OBSERVATIONS   OF   REASONS FOR PRESENT ABNORMAL CONDITIONS
SEES OCPR0VED CONDITIONS
THROUGH MORE PRODUCTION
Areri Hliih interest Rate* Che-rUny
Developments -Writes   Inter-
♦••stlnirlj   for  the   Herald
VICTORIA, IU'.. Jan. L'S.—ln spite
of tfie dry se-ison which Interfered
to some great extent with grazing
qporatlons, general conditions on thc
ranges of the Province were excellent, states the report presented by
ti razing ComifflBstoner McKenate lo
the Minister of Lands, The report
covers the work of the commissioner
In bringing Into effect the now grazing policy of the department under
which some 86,000 head of cattle and
horses and 5,000 sheep were grazed
under permit during the season,
The report goes at length into the
work of the commissioner in organizing tin stockmen In the various districts and the co-operation of the
stockmen Is favorably commented
upon, in respect tu disputes between
whites and Indians relative to the us*
by the latter of the ranges, the contention was advanced by the whites
that the Indians Bhould confine their
cattle to the reservations, many of
which contain areas of grazing- lands. 1
but owing to natural and triiflca! • ■"*'-'*'
dtfllcuute.
special Correspondence to the Horald
NEW YORK.—Silver la selling iu
London for sii shillings nnd tenpenc*
halfpenny, in Sau Francisco for 11.40
an ounce. The ra'.to to gold ifi now
13 to l in England and 14 *o 1 Iq
the fniteu states* England is,
therefore, trading on the basis of
tho oIQ Roman ratio and the Doited
States win follow suit In time. Tha
raMo of production j* about 10 to 1.
Cold cannot be mined In sufficient
Quantity with tho present costs umi
has practically disappeared from cir-
cula'ion as money. TbroMourtUe
of tho world pays its trade balances
and :ts labor in silver, and there U*
no' enough silver in tbe world to
pay the wages and trade balances.
China atone is demanding 200,000.-
iH-0 oz. of silver in settlement of it«
ir;A>o balances, it does not want
settlements in paper or ln gold and
it will take 'be g0ld only at a discount.
India acts like China It wants
its trade balances settled in silver,
ar.d IOD.0'00,000 °zs* are needed for
It neede silver to pay
I .or production I* will accept gold
this in mnny caws is not „ a dl5COUn, but |, ha6 n0 more u„
feasible. The report suggests that ;0r g0ld than for pearls and rubies
a reciprocal arrangement should be |n settlement of trade balances or
made whereby Indians' stock to the) of wages.
capacity of the reservation* should be! The t'ni'.t-d States ba& already
allowed to graze on Crown range un-| melted down 870,000,000 sliver 4ol-
der free permit, in return for which; :ar' t0 "■<*•• AfiU'a demand for sil-
110 objection would be made to the !er' tt has "0.000,000 silver dol-
,        ,    , „       .„ ,,     ,! lars m-cre to melt down ad Bblp to
encroachment  of  the  wh te  setters'   % ."      -  , ".      Iv       K.      " „*
Asia.     Bu*. when these have gone a.,
stock on the reservations. Ittey wffl in a B(Bge yw> tlMi bUtw
KOADMASTEK OF C.P.R. AT
ORANO FORKS, COMES HERE
The Graud Forks Gazette says; "E,
Walker, locnl roadmaster for the C.
P.R., is j>repnrlnB to move to Crunbrook, to which pofnt he Is being
transferred by thc company, and will
take up his work there on February
lBt. Mr. Walker will bo succeeded
here by C. Fawcctt, who holdr, a similar position at Salmon Ann, and Is
being transferred to Grand Forks."
* $ if % -in %% «?> * «$><?. t% $ <«-1. <§, ,j 4. ep
» COMING EVENTS «
#> <; 6 <t- <i> 4 4 &$$'$,$><$Q,<t,tp'i<$
BOARD OF TRADE — Important
meeting In the City hall Friday evening, January 30th, 'beginning 'at S
o'clock.
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE — Regular
monthly meeting in Parish Hall, on
Tuesday, February 3rd at 3 p.m.
ANNUAL BALL—Great War Veterans', February 1!!.
CELEBRATION—Watch for the announcement of the 24th of May Second Annual Celebration.
FARMERS' INSTITUTE- Special
meeting In the City hall on Saturday,
January SI,
ANNUAL DANCE—Women's Institute, Wednesday, March 3rd.
Steps are being taken to co-operate
with the Federal Government In the
issuauce o* joint permits corerfig
Provincial and F*->deral lands in the
railway belt.-.
LITTLE CHILI* RIES
The death occurred at St. Eugene
hospital this morning of thc S-months
old baby boy of Mr. and Mrs Paul
Lytrom. of Fernie. The Infant will
bo buried here.
WEEKLY
WEATHER  REPORT
December
Maximum
Minimum
22   	
a
--i
23   	
3
-IS
24   	
3
—15
25   	
21
-18
26   	
2*1
13
27   	
16
-0
28   	
S
—19
Recollections of the Old Survey Days
ft
PltOIIHITlOMSTS TO SWOOP
MOWN ON TIIE LEGISLATURE
SPECIAL MEETINGS BBIMG NEW
SPIRITUAL 1.1EE TO I HI III ll
Tlie special mooting! hold during
tbo .piiHt two weokg lu tbo Baptlit
churoh havo boon Lite nioaua ol bringing now Hplrltual lift. Into the I'hurcb.
and all tbo mumhoiK mid ndhorontfl
aro dotermlnod 011 n real forward
movement.
Thin WQOh uii'i'tinga aro bolna bold
on Tueadny and TluirHilny ovotungB,
I. 0. I). E. OOEM (JOOI) UOIIK
Tbo East Kootenay Chapter 1. 0. O.
R. of Waldo and Baynes donated $100
towards the iWflr memorial. The
chapter alm> donated $111 to the Canadian Instltnto for the Blind. A
whist drive wan given at Baynoe In
November, tho proceeds being1 f21, according to announcement inftih by
the Educational and Kchoa Hocrotary,
Misa M. Qrlfllths.
SINOW srilOOI, PR0ORESSENG
Tbo Baptist ohuroh Sunday school
Is growing in interim! and iiumbeni.
Tlto primary ilepariment, under the
leadership of Mrs. W. I). Ollroy, as-
slntod by MIbh II, Brldgos, haa been
reorganised and now lyis Its own
scmion in tbe prayer-meeting room.
Tbe loon-age girls, under Miss Smith,
have their ('. G. I. T. club meeting on
Tuesday evenings, while the teen-age
boys under the pastor's montorshlp,
have formed tholr "Taxis" club.whlch
will meet on Wednesday evenings.
MH.S. POOTE SUCCUMBS
GOOD  WORK  ON  SIDEWALKS
I    Tlie death occurred Friday morning
' last at St.  Eugono hospital of Mrs.
I J. Footo, who arrived hero from the
Old  Country   with  hor  soldier, hits*
I band recently.
The street department  did n good      Deceased was 2.1 years of age and
work today In  placing nnnd on tho j Ib survived hy her husband and pa-
Icy spots on tbo  ahh'wall'.a,  which  rents who reside In England,
made  it difficult for  pedestrian*  to     Tho funeral took placo on Monday,
gf.t about. j He*.  Harrison omctattng
VICTORIA, B.C., Jan, 28.—Five
hundred Prohibitionists from all over
the Province aro lo moot bore ln an-
i)ileal convention next mouth during
the session of the Legislature,
Thp convention wll bo staged ln
ibis city on Wednesday and Thursday. February L8 and 10,
CONSIDERABLE  SNOW EELL
DVRI5G E A It IV PART OE WEEK
The flrsl real snow fall of the season visit oil Cranbrook Monday and
Tuesday, several Indies of tho "beautiful" covering tho ground.
From present Indications a threatening Chinook win soon put the
white coating in the background.
CHRISTIAN  1IA1HELE 111 IH Elf
Tbo funeral of Christian Bauerle,
whose death occurred nl St. Eugene
hospital Doc. .11, and whose remains
wero bold here awaiting Instrutions
from his parents who reside In New
York state, was held hero Sunday, the
Rev, Sinclair of the Baptist church
officiating.
Deceased received injuries which
caused his death whllo at work at
Bergeu's camp on Bull River.
KK   *\iU\ Milfo"
.">» .'\l\ - 4. Ar nmh
During tiie suinuier ni isSl, we
were locating aud running trail lints
for tbe main li.it- 01  ibe Canadian   «*iffifa ^S'kl^SSL^fi*^     it
Pacific   Railway along   Nosbunsiug   ffi;*<.V£^'*2m&B&''**  -n     *■'
Lake aad down th.   Vauo Creek to-   ^m^S   jSWBfc^-      V
wards Lake Mpist ,ux    A Mr. Ilegan   f^.M**. '■***!' Vl&fev »*'
wiftln charge of the party, mai Klnt-   * , fT?' ,, I -Sf: (7 V \Wfea
ton (or work. Mr. I.   J. Duehe *        " '"
WU    traualinjU-i. and    En he   T
leveller.   At tbui l|nie th 1    tvi
one Bfttler on Nosblinslng l.ak-
what iiairiiK there waa in it:
While we were camped aiun
lake wh imed a lumberman a rei
to take uii to and from our work,
when we Invariably trawled with a
hand Hue and common spoon.
! recolleei while rowing lo work
one morning. lnichesuu> Irawled I
cut looking ou, Suddenly there was a
tremendous tug .u the line, littering
au eiL-lamatlon Dliohceuaj hcHan
bautlna it lu, but It was no pfts) mat*
ter. Twos evident lie tiaii hooked a
big oie. Fortunately, howevei the
line was a stout one and i)ih . fish
securely raught.    After a brief and
desperate struggle nn tin- part ol the I Ball musi bars smarmed in the laki
fish, be was brought alongs.de of ibe then,   what sp<;t might not expert
much fishing   has been don«
those days, oui union 11 um«
nucll rttfbqfj il rdiould still well
a visit of an} enihualostlo dla«
ol ihe gentle ait.
nllect »e i.ad inn nv common.
a ,-- red and sllvei spoon.   Mow fha
1 the' flab musi bars
ol Ibe then.   VVtiat ipi
•1"
rajnine wilt continue and sllve*> will
probably go up to ten shilllng-i an
ounce. The world's conaumptloa u
silver is now at Uie rate of 500.000,-
0*00 ox. a year. The United Stn'ea
is mining 60,000,000 oz. yearly.
Ween the silver dollar^ ar-? all
melted down and absorbed by Asia
silver will be king.
France and England hat) made tt
a penal offence to melt -down or export silver coifis. The United States
and Canada, to save tbelr Oliver coins
are going to reduce the silver eou-
ten', to 80 per cent. Thoy aro going
; to debase their silver coinage.
I The billion of people In Asia and
j In silver money countries are barl
j at work producing and trading as
t they never traded and produced be-
I fore. The United States If- selling
i them a round billion of goo Is a year
j and they are celling their goods to
j the world a* large ind have a trade
I balance wnich needs about 350 000,-
000 oz. of silver to settle. Silver ll
also needed for the arts and manufactures and coinage of th j Occident
and only 182,000,000 were mined lu
tbe world in 1918- Probaolr it wa.
leas in 1919. There Is, th "**fore, a
silver shortage of fully 200,000,000
ox. Congress is about to order 'be
melting down of 300,000,On) sllvei
(Continued on Page Five)
W. I>. HILL'S BIfi ANM'AL
CLEARANCE SALE ON JIONPAT
W. D, Hill, the ladleB' miss-fa and
d4Mren.'f» more exclusive, will Inaugurate the annual clearance sale
of till lines ln the store beginning on
Monday next at 9 clock, and everything ln tht store will be sold at a re»
dutlon of one-fourth in order to make
room for the large purchase Mr. Hill
haa made for the coming season.
Ladles of Cranbrook and district
will do well to peruse the announcement made on page three of ths Herald today.
boat. The question thon was, bow 10(fishermen havo today, with tods and rodman on that lurvoy: taa* morn*
get him on board? for we had neither j pn-pi-r tackle? Where could ihey Ing, however, one of t^e rbalnmen
gnff nor lund.ry-n-.-i. At bis belt.. find Buci rainplng grpunds either, or was laid off. for sjcfcneti or some-
lmchesnay carried a oeat little 38 lovellei wild scenery of lake an.I, thing, and I «r told to rill bta
calibre Smith and Wesson revolver, woods? place. •
A brilliant Idea occurred tu nn- When we had left tbe lake a few      An paual, thai morning, DuoheMMf
"Shooi it. Mr. Duchesnay." I called j miles with our survey we go! into -:■ tip hit* transit, and as usual the
out Promptly acting on my sugars-] the undulating bruit country aliugtaxemen lolled kboul, lighted their
Hon. st u rause nf a couple of feet j The \'uf.e Creek, what u paradise j pipes, or gave a final tomb witti
or an, be broke his back wllh a bul- ,'hai country wa., for spoi temen, then.: whetstones 10 their axon, while tbey
let, killing h'm Immediately and n j before Its world old alienee had been, waited tor line. In a few momeats
uiu.-tkalunKe oi thirty-two tba. weight disturbed i»> the locomotive's whls- the tranall was in readiness and Du-
—weighed on our return to catnp In tie, Moose, bear, lynx h.-ounded. jctie-uiay turned tome,
the evening—was lifted Into the boat Never a da) passed thst we did no;; "Ol H ro..iI stout four by four,
without anv (rouble. see fresh tract-is of tbeid.   The bear: int.''. four foot dry stake, tike a bub-
The following Sunday morning nu- and lynx we never saw. What anl- stake, blaze it like a hub stake, and
chesnay and 1 took a bark canoe ar.d mala arc more sb) or wnry": A moose mail: oi It with red keel, In blx let*
went rrawling.   w»> had bul one line occasionally we did. tors. 'C.P.R. Station o.'   Krom now
and took it turn about tn fish and! One day, while running the lin* on tblij line will be known as The
paddle. I do not recollect how many along a aide bill. In tbe open brule Canadian Pacific Hallway, not The
we caught, but I do remember that country, we saw six magnificent Canada Csntral." He turned to th-fa
" moose. But. of course, no rifle was. me.*-. "All right, boys, Btlck up a
ever carried on tho H--c and we could , picket and aet line now."
only watch tln*in trot away. What Than I had the distinction of mak-!
Ing and drlvini in the first station
ease
after fishinu. for only a portion of
the morning, we brought back to
(amp more black bass and tlovo than
the whole party of about twenty-two I strides  ihe*.   look,   with what
healthy men could eat. before a anod they negotiated fallen timber!
part of the enieb went bad and bad 1    II was abonl mid-summer. If I re-
to be thrown awnr. member rightly, oi that year 1881,
I dn not know how many settlers somewhere along The Vaac.   We had
may now b* living about the lake. 01 |«ooa out to work as usual, I wet a
stake marked. C.P It
I think there Is a station
somewhere about there, called
dor
Ion    now
ed Cala«4
VIM"SH MRL BIEH AT ST.
EI'IJENE HOSPITAL SUNDAY
Miss Hestrom, aged 16 ye-irs, dau-
pliter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Restrotn.
Of Wardner, who was brought here
recently to undergo an operation for
8.ppendlcltls at the St. Eugene hospital, died Sunday morning, not being able to survive the attacV.
The remains were taken to Wardner for interment Monday.
SC00OL BOARD TO MEET
A meeting of the Cranbrook Board
of School Trustee* will be held In
the city hall on Friday ovenlng, next
at 8 o'clock. This will be the flrat
meeting of the new board, although
there wore no now members elected
at the late election, Messrs. Wilson
and Atchison being returned hy acclamation and the statue of the hoard
rewialnin, thee-amr I' A <* E     T W 0
Tilt    CKANBROOK     HERALD
Thursday, .lunuury i«, III..0
Your Nexl
Phonograph
Will be a
BrunswicK
Find out WHY
Can To-day
Raworth Bros.
Jenelers & Optician-)
Next to tbe PosiofflCS.
proved of or had to operate tbe .plant
and givo a revonne to tho owners,
WHb Hn abundunco of available
water power within a short distance
of the city it IooIls like poor business
tor citizens to accept this exhorbltont
und prohibitive raise without malting
a vigorous protest.
rt's poor business tor Crauhrook
to pass this proposition, which means
so much to the future of tbo city.
Idly by. With all our natural resources available, thoro should bo some
way out of tho difficulty,
THE SESSION
Ox Cranbrook Gerald
Published  Ovary Thursday bj
WILL A   HLLETSON Editor
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Printed   hy   I ulnu   l.ubur
, , „ j
Subscription Price, W.W a Yearj
Subscription Price, I.N., $2J.u a Vear
|
Ad*, ortlaing   Knt ••»   on   Application,
ChttllKCfl  for  Advertising   .MUST  be  in I
this "in-.- Wednesday noon ths current
wcalc to secure attention.
No lot tors ta im. editor will be Inserted except over ibe proper Hipnnture
and address of tho writer. The rule
admits of uu exception.
CRANBROOK, BRITISH COLUMBIA
THURSDAY, JANUARY  28, 1920
HIOHBR   LIGHTING   RATIOS
Cranbrook cannot hop*. Lo progress
along with neighboring cities In the
rich Province of British Columbia tf
the proposition of tbe Cranbrook Electric Light Company to increa-so
lighting rotes from 10 to 22 cents
per kilowatt hour, which Is to come
before the Public Utilities Commission is approved of by tli-e commission.
We believe we are safe in saying
that this wilt he tho highest rate in
force anywhere iu the Province and
it Is doubtful ff tht-: claim flint higher
coats of operation arc justified to tlte
'oxii'iit that such a rule must be ap-
Tlu Toronto World, which is sometimes critical respecting Ottawa affairs, says tbe purpose of the Government is to have the session as Into
as possible, do as little as possible
und close the Bosslon us quickly as
posBlbh. Smb. of course, would bo
it strange wny of onrrylog on respon-
slblo government. Uui might not
I bore be worse pollcloft? As there
liavo boon tWO sessions of Parliament
within tho |asL twelve months thc
country ought not to be in need of a
largo volume of legislation, only p
few measures can he deemed pressing. The Government will in lucky
If ihey can obtain suppori rcqulrod
to carry these. An attempt to deal
■with measures or a controversial
character might easily produce a political crisis, aud such a crisis would
probably   necessitate   an   Immediate
general election. There Is in some
quarters a cry fur fln election as the
only way of clearing a political situation ihat is now much confused.
Hut unsatisfactory ns tbo present situation is. there is room to douhl
whether a general election would
piake it any better. If the prOBpecl
were for the return of strong government <if either political party, that
might he better than the present position. Hut many careful observt rs
thlnlk a general election, instead of
clearing tlte situation, would add to
tho present confusion. With tho Premier absent, several vacancies in tho
Cabinet, and an luiiest in the House
that corresponds with outside conditions, the session will be ono of
curious unrest, and one out of which
surprises may come. It ls no wonder that there Is a disposition on all
sides to adopt Mr. Asqulth's famous
motto: "Walt and see."
SALES NOTES
Don't hold your sales notes until they
mature. Any Branch of this Bank will
advance you money on them. If you prefer,
place your sales notes with us and we will
collect them when due, and credit your
account.
IMPERIAL BANK
TWENTY  YEARS  AQO
Extracts from the Cranbrook
Herald of this date, 1899
J n mes    Kerrigan,    tho    wholesale
! denier   in   groceries   und   produce  Is
working up a large business in litis
J    Tbe rails huve been leid to Barnes'
j ranch on the North Star branch.   It
is thouht at this time- that the steel
j will ho laid to Klmberley by the 16th,
Cranbrook Branch,
OF CANADA
B, E. Howard, Manager.
Sub-Agency at Klmberley.
Tilt
held
lirst  skating carnival  will be
l the rink tonight.   Arrange-
j montB nre being made for a general
good time and a large crowd In experi
ments to be made here, will be hi-r-
ubled with delight, by everyone having lho future wolfnro of tho city at
heart aud who have pinned their
faith in this, the best of ibe smaller
cities of Brutish Columbia.
While llu program here Is ono of
reconstruction or buildings, n gooa
without Baying that the new structures will he modern and will entnll
ti considerable expenditure and give
employment to n unmhor of well-
paid men.
Asldi   from nil ihis. the nitnoimco-
ment of the company will set at   resl
some of the Idle rumors circulated in
late years as to tho Intentions of the
company and assure- the future of
"r-    .   olt
• .- ued pnyrolb
ti Mil the futui
purch;
ooK llil.>
more lots In Cranbrooft this week as
an Investment In his capacity as ad
nilnistrnfor.      Me    will    build    more
gang    working on the
branch   received  their
dtgfl  i
onr
iiv Is
THE   C.   t'.ltfS  ANNOUNCEMENT
Tho O.P.K. baa kept faith with our
city and the announcement thnt thiis
iplace Is to share in the Wg* program
of the company in extensive Improve-1
the  future of I    Tho   slot
North   stui
ind  the assur-  chocflflB this week and went on strike.
holds oui good  Thoy were receiving ffl and struck for
news.   $2.26.   As. the work was delayed by
 ' the   building  of   a   trestle,   the   men
"; were  laid off.
The man  who take.-; a map of tllfl
| ICootonnys,  puts  bis  tin iter en   the
town of Cranbrook and Bays( "There
1 is the coming groat city of that country." will innko n statement that conditions  will  fully hack up lu every
respect.   Never before have the .pros-
peels of this country* und thc town
| looked so rlghbt.
Dyed Her Faded
Skirt, Also a Coat
' ''Diamond Dyes" Make Shabby Apparel
Juct tike New—So Easy!
Don't worry about perfect result.).
Usa "Diamond Dyes," guaranteed ta give
:i new, rich, fadeless color to any fabric-,
whether wool, silk, linen, cotton or mixed
goods,—dresses, blouse*, stocking.*, nkirt-t,
children's coats, drnpcriea,—everything!
A Direction Hook in in package.
To match nny material, have dealer
show you "Diamond Dye" Color Card.
Let us supply you with your next I
counter sales hooks.   We have a com.
plete line and prices are as low as
the out-of-town fellow will give you.
Tlie Cranbrook Herald.
Buy
Shoes
Now
And Save
$5 and $6 Per Pair
When pliii'lni: our order lusl lull lur Sprint.' ilelirory
ive Im.] tn |ni) iii.tr*. (linn ni' nre nun selling Unin for,
nu yon in ii see ul n glanee nlmi In Kiting In Ite tlie result.
As there Is Utile change In styles In iiolh Women's
mnl .lien's, It nlll he In your ttreiit iiihuuUire to lutesti-
tritli' now.
INTER CHURCH
METHODIST
NATIONAL   CAMPAIGN
What Does the Movement Really Mean?
IT MEANS THAT TIIK CHUKCH Ol' CHRIST REALIZES THAT TIIK TRANSITION PERIOD FOLLOWING TIIK HAH IS
FRAUGHT WITH  AM,  KINDS  OF GRAVE  POSSIBILITIES FOR   HUMANITY.
TIIK (III 11(11 OK CHRIST SKKKS TO CHALLENGE THIS MATERIALISTIC DRIFT AMI TO II KIT MEN SETT UK 'I'll i: I It
PROBLEMS, MIT HV CONFLICT, BUT BV CO-OPERATION.
THEY ARE SEEKING, HV MODERNIZING ITS VIEWPOINT, AND HY INCREASED EFFORT AND EQUIPMENT, TO INFUSE
MORAL AND SPIRITUAL FORCE INTO THE AFFAIRS OF MEN, TO MODERATE HUMAN FEELING, AND TO ASSUME TIIK DISPASSIONATE LEADERSHIP FOR .HUMANITY INTO A NOBLER SOCIAL RELATION. AS WESLEY SAVED ENGLAND FROM REVOLUTION IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY, BY CHALLENGING THE MATERIALISM OF TIIK TIME. MO MUST TIIE CHURCH DO IT
AGAIN TODAY.
THE MOVEMENT MEANS THAT EVERY CHRISTIAN MAN AND WOMAN SHALL BECOME A SPIRITUAL DYNAMIC IN THE
LIFE OF TODAY.
Every Man is Expected to Do His Bit
J Thursday, January iv, USO
THE    CltANlIROOk     HERALD
PAGE    TIIK I I
ABOUT VuiJR
CHIL6LAINS|
>Vh»t are thejf A mild loin of
frostbite—a chilling of the part to
•uch a degree that Inflammation la
•et up, causing a tingling pain, ei-
cwalve irritation and often swelling, Zam-Buk cures chilblains by
drawing out the lnllammatlon, thos
ending the pain and Irritation aud
reducing the swelling.
Miss Annie I-epard ot Beawdale,
Ont., s»y«: "I suffered agonies trom
chilblains and used many remedies,
but nothing gave uie any ease until
I used Zam-Buk, wblcb, after a
little percereruueo, completely rid
tue of this painful ailment."
• Itegular application* of Zam Bull
will i>ii',.ut a recurrence of tba
trouble.   Keep It bandy.   Mc. boi.
B. C. FRUITS
IN B. C. CANS
VI'.tKKK   HIHNII
fruit.*, are  from  British roluiu-
lilu's  li"si   nrclutrils und  gardens
canned   here   lhe   day   lliey   are
picked.
Liven Ihe cans ure mule  in our
own  Province    Ask your uroeer
for
Ql'AKEK MIAMI
RasittlVrrles. You'll like the aun
ripened, fresh, sweet pungency of
this Kood fruit, with none ot the
oiiteines and sourness usually
found iu canned raspberries.
Cut l'p lu
British Columbia Ity
Dominion ('tinners H. ('., Ltd.,
Vanenurer, B. C.
PROFESSIONAL  CARDS
Drs. Green & MacKinnon
Physicians ud Surgeons -
Office at residence, Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICE HOURS
Forenoons     9.00 to 10.00
Afternoon*   2.00 to   4.00
Evenings 7.30 to   8.80
Sundays     2.30 to   4.30
CRANBROOK, B. I'.
DR. F. B. MILES
OF.I.TI8T
Office In llnn.on Block
OPFirf: HOURS
!» to 12. a.m.
l to   6 p.m.
CRANBROOK, B.C.
V. M. MACPHERSON
Undertaker
I'hnar 18(1
.Wtmrj Air. ni-.t lo Clly Hall
fl.A\S. SI'KCIKU'.CrillNM.
KSTIMATKS   AND
SITKHIXTEMIAXCf:
llriniidrlllng aid Repairs a
Specialty.
1.    t.    HI  (IH  KOIT
When   in   Spokane   Make
II Ihe
Hotel
Coeur
d'Alene
The lintel Wllh a Person,
alllj.
The Shoe Specialist
JOE MARAPODI
SatlsfacUoa Onrtttttt
Headquarters for all kinds of
Repalra
When in Cranbrook
The Place To Eat
it at
Alex Hurry's
Tables in Connection
Hurry's White Lunch
ANNUAL MEETING OF B.C.
STOCKBREEDERS TO BE
HELD IN VICTORIA, IN FEB*Y |
The Annual Meeting of the B. C.
Stockbreeders' Association will be
held In Victoria, February llth and!
12lb. An excellent -programine is being prepared, aad without question
Uie coming convention will be tlie
beRt In Ilie history of tlie ns roc lit tion.
Among the speakers from a distance
who imve already consented to be
present, are: Professor \V. L. Oarlyh
of Alberta, a noted authority on horse
breeding; nnd Prfofessor K. I,. Potter,
nf Corvullls, Oregon, who will give
tho results ot extensive experimental
worit conducted by hint in lho feeding
of cattle. A programme will bo mail
oil Btookmon soon.
Socretary of tin tl. O, Btookbrood
erA' Association! \V, T. McDonald, nr
goa nil Interested III the live stock
Industry to put forth every p-Rort to
bo present mill bring thMr frlenil«.
.   _ .. ,t-»t.,i	
SALVATION   ARMY   NtlTES
Mrs. Si all Captain Hiibrlclv, of Vim
couver, will visit Crunbrook February 4th uud f.lli, WednosUuy and
Thursday, in the Interest of the young
poople. The staff captain will .apeak
in tho Salvation Army hall both
nights at 7.30 o'clock. All are Invited.
Sunday, .1 p.m., Sunday school.
7.30 p.m.—-"Heaven—It's Certainty."
Monday, 7 p.m.—"Object Lesson."
I-ove's Touch—"And Jesus put forth
His hand and touched him."—'Matt.
a.;..
A mother heard that her soldier boy
had boen wounded, und hurried to the
hospital. The doctor said. "Your
boy is sleeping, tt you go In and
wuke him the excitement will kill
him. By-and-by, when he wakes, I
will gradually break the news that
you have come." The mother, wtth
her great hungry heart to see her boy,
looked into the doctors face and said*
"He may never waken. If you will
tel. me 40 In und *-Jt beside him, I
promise not to .speak to him." The
doctor consented. The mother crept
to the side of the cot and looked at
her boy. How she longed to embrace
him! After a few moments she laid
her hand on his forehead. The moment her lingers touched his brow
the boy's lips moved, and he whispered, without waking or opening -his
»yes, "Mother, you have come!" Tlie
touch of love's hand reached the boy's
soul even in his delirious sloop.
Thore Is one whose touch means!
moro than a mother's. It is the touch I
of a pierced hand—pierced In love's
sacrifice for your redemption. Some
of us are unconscious of the wonderful love that Is bending over us with
infinite yearning*. May the touch of
that Pleased hand reveal lo our hearts
the   love, and   mr.y   we   answer   in
faith's   whisper.   "Jesus,   Thou   has
DLST1N FARM'S! VITALIZES
KANE OREV CHARACTER
Thc color of the Southwest, ihe in-
hoxicatlng wine of wide open spaces.
dangers °f border life, and tho lure of
woman's beauty. Such Is the -setting
of 'The Light of Western Stars." aud
In It are 7,ane (irey's greatest charje-
Ims—virile, fearless and forceful
men. courageous and lovable women.
Zane Grey's ipcoplo are out-of-door
people. They thrive in the wide
spaces, aton« the western trail* Sunlight ami starlight, the mountain
winds and stinging stonmft, the fur
horlxons. the tremendous scale of
things, :ill these have left their mark
on Zane (Irey's people, anil of his
breathing (hammers none is more
vlrlK than tills Gone Stewart whi< h'
Dustin Farniim vitalizes In "Tlie j
Light of Western Stars," which comes i
to ihe Ilex theatre for two days under tho direction of I'nted Picture
Theatre* of America Wednesday and
Thursday of next week.
W. D. HILL'S
 BIG  ANNUAL
CLEARANCE SALE
AND WHEN HILL PUTS ON A SALE IT'S GENUINE
9*
Minn /.ara Clinton,  In "Had Hldlim,
Hood," al Ibe AmUtorlu*-* Tom*
am. TtauuUr   Ft*   It.
To clear out 1919 slock and make room for merchandise bought for 1920, we will place
on sale the largest and best assorted stock
Consisting of Staple Dry Goods, Ladies' Misses and Children's Wear,
Dresses, Suits, Shoes and Whitewear, in the Kootenays, all at
Seventy-Five Cents on the Dollar
■.VHH I! MEANS A RAVIXG OF ONE-FOURTH OKF THE REGULAR SELLING PRICES. THIS HIM HI OH OPPORTUX-
ITY TO THE PURCHASER OF SAVING 28 PER CERT-, WHICH MAY NOT OCCUII AGAIN FOB MANY MONTHS. Hi:
HAVE NOT SPACE TO MENTION EVERY USE. BUT WILL MENTION A FEW, WHICH  Will, GOVERN  THROUGHOUT
Till: STORE:
Corsets at
One-Quarter
Off Regular
Prices
SHOES
A Child's Shot;, Regular $1.25, for	
A Chilli's Shoo, Regular $2.00, for	
All Sizes in Misses' or Hoy's Shoes, Regular $3.00, for. . .
All Sizes in Misses or Hoy's Shoes, Regular $4.00, for.
Ladles' Shoes. Itegular $0.00, for	
l.:i.lios' Shoes. Itegular $R.00, for	
Ladies' Shoes, Itegular ?12.G0, for	
LADIES' DRESSES
IN VOILES, SERGES. SILKS AMI JERSEYS
Ladies' Dresses. Itegular Priee $12.69, for	
Ladles' 111 esses, Itegular Price    IS.5#, for	
ladies' Dresses, Itegular Priee   24.0#, lor	
Ladies' Dresses. Regular Priee   35.00*, for	
LADIES' COATS, SUITS
Ladies' Coats or Suits, Itegular $24,00, lor	
Ladies' Coats or Suits, Regular   40.00, for	
Ladies' Coals or Suits, Regular   66.00, for	
All Our Ladies' FURS
To be sold at ONE-QUARTER OFF.
THE REGULAR PRICES
ANY ARTICLE OR NUMBER OF ARTICLES TOTALING #1.00,
KOR 76 CENTS.
Ilioil VA lilts FLANNELETTE, REGULAR 10 Its., t|Olt 30 (ts—
ONLY III YARDS TO EACH PURCHASER.
1000 YARDS FLANELETTE, REGULAR 00 lis, for 45 Cts.—
OM.Y 10 YARDS TO EACH PURCHASER
ALL OUR DRESS GOODS WILL BE OFFERED AT Till: 25
PER CENT DISCOUNT.
«000 YARDS PRINT, WORTH FROM 86 CI*, lo lit (Is.. WILL
BE SOLD AT 88 CI*.
LADIES' MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S HOSE ALL TO IH: SACRIFICED.
The Sale Will Commence Monday, Feb. 2nd,
At 9 O'Clock, and will last for 15 Days.
* We will positively not exchange any article once it leaves the store. Nor will we permit any articles to leave the store on approval. Bring a list of your wants and SAVE 25 Cts.
QN EVERY DOLUR'S WORTH PURCHASED.
THE LADIES' MISSES AND
CHILDREN'S STORE,
EXCLUSIVE
W. D. HILL
Till: LADIES' MISSES AND
CHILDREN'S STORE.
EXCLUSIVE PAGE FOUR
THE CRANBHOOK HERALD
TIimi-mIh-, .liiiiuiir) 'JO, 1080
BRITISH NEWS IN   PICTURES-LATE SIR  JOHN ALCOCK
:i
Nostllhtf in the heart ot a two-
hundred-mi le-long valley between
the Canadian itockltm uud tbe Selkirk Mountains, La in- Wlndermcro
Jul." attracted to its- very beautiful
Biioit'.*- a considerable settlement of
ranchers, who by menus of nu ei-
collont Irrigation system, grow alfalfa, potatoes, Hiualler fruits and
certain vartotlos of apple and
trees. There arc several successful
dairy farms, und tho Valley Is particularly well adapted for horse
breeding' The wonderful -scenery of
the creeks und canyoiis leading up
to Ihe Oroai Selkirk icefield Is oiuiily
acctisttitiU' from this Valley, ami the
number of tourists aud Alpine climbers who make this tbelr summer
head(| liar tors is steadily Increasing.
Already there Ih a smull tourist
hotel, and there lis talk of a Tent City
for the forthcoming summer, on thr
lines of the Tent Cities at Coi-onadc
Ueach and other popular rtaorts In
| lhe United State*. The water a
I the lake which fa ten miles Ions ll
of a uniform temperature or almm
66 degrees, and there ure eKcctii.nl
beachos beside the local golf course.
Thc Valley |H served by thc Kootenay Central Hallway, conucctitlg the
main line of the (*. P, It. al Golden,
B.C., with Uie Crow's Nest branch at
Colvalll and Oranbrook, As llir ills.
trict lis best known on account uf tha
lake, the naiiw.. of m-veral of thu
Station* are to be changed "A tint I-
nwr" will now be known as "Lake
Windermere"; "Knvlron" will be
chanced to "Columbia lake," and
•Bentrlck" to *i*ke Bank".
Under an agreeuieni between the
Federal Government and the U. C
Government, the Banff-Wlndermore
Road now muter construction will
form part of the National Parks
System, and will be completed by the
Federal Government. This road will
render accessible to motor cars some
of tne moat spectacular scenery in
the Canadian Rockies, anil should
brine many more tourists to one of
the most delightful lake districts la
Wesrtera Canada, .. —
Read Herald Advertisements and Save Money
■!■■■ i mrfi-i ii  i riiursdiij, Jiiuuury i», HWO
THE    OJtllfiltOOK    HEItALIi
P A 0 E       FIVE
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SORETHROATj
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BRONCHITIS.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
Change in Train Service
Effective .III n mir) 1Mb. l..-''-. I lie re
will he u Rciienil vlitiiii*..' In the train
serrlee. Time for (ruins al tiiinbriink
Hill he
No. 67
Dally
No. UN
Dally
18,16 ii.m. Ar, Crnnbrook l.v. 4.l» p.m,
19.25 p.ui. l.v. Cranbrook Ar. -t.ftf. pan.
Train 823 will leave for Kimberley
dully excopl Sunday al " k. nnd train
824 will arrive from Klmberley dully
except Sunjlny ut 2.U) pin.
Kootenay Central Branch no change,
Hor   flirt her   puriieuliirs   apply   to
uny tlckel agent.
,1. K. PROCTOR,
District Pnssonger Apt.. Calgary, Alia.
"LITTLE BED BIDING HOOD"
COMING TO THE AtJDITOBJtTM
ON THUB8DAT, FEBKIAR1   12
"Little Red Riding Hood," Uie
fourth of a sorlos of English panto-
mines imported to thla country by
P. Stua-rt-Whyte, the noted British
author-manager, will bo tho offering
for ono night, Thursday, February 12,
at lho Auditorium theatre.
By his previous productions, "Aladdin,"' Robinson Crusoe" nnd lost
year's "Cinderella/1 Mr. Whyte has
established it repututon for gorgeous
musical shows that lias placed his
offerings In a class, by themselves.   ,.
Tho reception which has been accorded this, his latest effort, amply
evidences tbo fact Dial "Little Red
Rltdlltg I loud" is dosUnod lo prove an
even groatOI' success than  nny of his
preceding Importations.
Tills luifl been tmiili. possible hugely
by his bolng ou tin ground during
ihe demobilization of Uio tmpeijtol
troops nn wouii'ii war workers, tliis
summer iu London, A desire on the
part, of many former pnntomlno artists to tee tho country which sent
such Moiiiieri'ul fighting mm overseas,
hol,pod greatly lu geit'iug tholr Blgna-
turea on the contracta for nn oxtouded
lour of Canada and the United States.
Ilefort lhe expiration or those con-
ti'ucts they should huve gained quite
lu knowledge of tli,. new world, as
tlieir itenerary covers practically every important city  between   Halifax
i and Victoria uud Portland, Oregon, to
l Portland. Maine.
STUDENT OF
(Continued from Page On*)
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Repair Work Snllrlleil.    I'rlees Rcanennlile
(UN, Oil,, AIR, TIRES AMI FORI) ACCESSORIES IN STOCK
Agent* lur
Thi? Studebaker
BIG SIS I.KiHT SIX I.H.IIT FOUR
II considering buying a car call on us.  II yon have a light ear ne
will lake 11 nn part payment nt a reasonable price.
FRANK DEZALL
dollars to meet this shortage. After
Unit the hankers and money changers of the world can loot cut for
sky rockets. They had better take
time by the forelock nnd put all the
financial machinery at ihelr disposal
to work to produce more and moro
and still more silver,
'i'he Federal Reserve banking Hy*s-
leut has its hands full financing th*
etupenitous export trade amounting
to elgnl billions a year. Tight
money ls slowing down new enterprise, 'he development or silver and
gold mines JUsl »t 'he very time they
are moat needed. The Governors of
thr FodomI deserve seem to fear
Inflation.. Elglil billions of exports
and twenty-live billions of farm pro-
duels ami ii billion of export products
are staggering figures and the Fed-
enrl Reserve managers aro dazed by
•heir magnitude. Hence they are
putting up rediscounts to fore*, up
Interest rales ami slow down buii-
ik-ss and new construction and development. But America le in need oi
?6,000,000,000 worth of new buildings tor homes and business. To
force up interest rates on building
operations is to add greatly to tho
cost of living, To compel merchants
and manufacturers who export eight
Wiltons of American goods to pay
exhorbltant interest rates Is a handicap to American commerce. It hurts
export trade. To Jerk up Interest
rates ih»o Rati mining gold and silver and to halt the rehabilitation of
transport. But the wise people at
the helm of the Federal Reserve say
•ho Reserves are low and the danger
or Inllation great. Congress might
well appropriate stiflicient to keep
some of the Federal Reserve directors In London nnd Paris to learn
the banking business.
Tbey have the finest machinery
that wflPUft devised for financing
the trade and commerce and manufacture and agriculture and mining
and chemical industries or the United Slates but apparently they do not
understand how to bundle that
machinery, nor do they comprehend
the Immensity of the business of the
United States.
Re-const ruction, new construction and absolutely essential production are all being halted by the policy
of the Federal Reserve In curtailing
(he crcdlto which the United States
needs tn llll its mission or helping
Europe and the world to go straight.
The Job is too big for tho meu ln
charge. England, on the other hand
is straining all her resouices lo the
limit, furnishing new capital for enterprise all over the world. She has
recently acquired the rich platinum
•deposits of Columbia, She Is got-
ttng Pos--.-tf.iiti of new oil fields in
Asia and South America. There Is
no new trade enterprise or trade
expansion that her merchants seek
which English bankers are not ready
to finance at low rates of Interest.
and England's bank reserves nnd
gold reserves are at the lowest <l>b.
Ilm her banker-; and financiers uti-
dorstaul bunking and financing und
i lit j- know that in tint i«d Interest
rates are much more disastrous to
a nation than stock inllation or in
bated wages or profits. The Federal
Reserve banks have been piling net
earnings at n rate that would be
considered montrously stupid by His
able bankers and financiers of Europe who had their countries' interest
n* heart.
There is no way to chock the Use
in wages and in living costs save by
stimulating to the utmost new production. High Interest rates are
checking the wry developments
which will bring uew production.
Labor in the essential trades Is restless- Workmen are no better jfC
than when their wages were one
third ot what they are now. Farm
laborers are getting wages that pftt*-
soiis. lawyers, and doctors Used to
consider adequate lor themselvog.
Bill the great middle class workers,
who do not belong to organi*-d
labor are Buffering wanl because of
tlie higti cost of food, clothes, fu.d
and homes. 1 -"■»>.000 school teaehe-'s
quit ihefr Jobs Inst year being Unable io live on their wages. Five
thousand schools have been closed
for luck of teachers. There are
100,000 nraehers herding children
who wmild be better employed herding hogs, for they are unfit or rals-
tiu.
And yet organized labor is not »wt-
Igtled. All workmen want moro
und ihey are only 50 por cent -is
efficient as Ihey used to be. Meanwhile Japan and India and the 400,-
000,000 in China are at work preparing for greater and greater production- Stflploads of Danish buttar
have arrived In Sow York to supple-
i incut tin- shortage of butter In the
United States- The world is hungry.
It wants more and more meat ami
wool and leather and cotton and
gold and silver and lend and copper
au zinc and the managers of America's great Federal Reserve system
think tills is ti good tlmo to Jerk up
Interest ratoa fearing expansion of
credit and the bogey called "inflation." "WhOil the gods would dc-
trcy they first made mad."
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Curs   Sick   Headache,   Const)pallor*,
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SECOND TKAZAN CINEMA
snu»AH8E8 pbbViods ONE
IX JUDGMENT OF CRITICS
-Beginning with one of the most
novel ideas in the whole realm of
fiction, the producers of "The Romance of Tarzan," which comes to tlie
Rex theatre next Frid-iy and Saturday, have lavished money, brains and
eenrgy upon thc theme of Edgar
Elce Burroughs' masterly Iwoh with
unusually happy results.
Tho new cinema drama presents
the concluding chapters of "Tarzan
of the Apes" in a manner that aura-
liosso the original production, according to tlte Judgment of metropolitan
critics who have reported pro-roleaso
fl-howlnga of the* massive seven-reel
plcturo play.
Who   will   bo   seen Wednosday   .-nd
Thursday al the Rex Theatre
HOW YOU CAN TELL
GENUINE ASPIRIN
Only Tablets with "Bayer Cross"
are Aspirin—No others!
VRIGLEY5
JUICY FRUIT
- SHEWING GUM
IF YOUK (HIM* IS CROSS,
FEVERISH, CONSAIPATED
Look, Mother!   If Tongue Is Coated,
Cleanse Uttle Bowels Uitli "California Syrup of Flic*."
Mothers can rest easy after giving
"California, Syrup of Figs," because In
a few hours nil the clogged-up waste,
sour bile und fermenting food gently
moves out, ot the bowels, ami you
havo a well, playful child again.
sick children needn't be coaxed to
tajto this harmless "fruit laxative."
Millions of mothers keep it handy because they know Its action on the
stomach, liver and bowels If prompt
and sure.
Ask your drujg!glst for a bottle of
"California Syrup of Fi-gs." which
contains directions for babies, children nf all ages and for grown-ups.
MTH ON A 11 VMM IK IN
♦TIIK TI(.Klt'S T1K.UI,," AT HKX
Ruth Roland, Pittite's famous star,
has ridden on many vehicles during
her long career in serials hut hi "Tlie
Tiger's frail." which will he shown at
thc Rex theatre on Monday and Tuesday, she swears thai she takes her
first ride on a handcar. This ride
forms a portion of the fourth episode,
and Is one of the most interesting
Incidents of the entire serial. Miss
Roland, oa Belle Boyd, the heroine,
has just been robbed of her Tiger Idol
while mftklnj! a railroad journey. She
pulls the emergency cord and stops
tho train and leaps off in nn effort
to locate the thief.
Thero Is only one Aspirin, tbat marked
with the "Bayer L'ross"—all other tub-
lets are only acid imltntloiia.
Genuine "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin"
have heen prescribed by physicians for
nineteen years and proved safe hy millions fnr Pain. Headache, Neuralgia,
Colds, Rheumatism, Lumbago, Neuritis.
Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets—also
larger "Bayer" packages, enn he had
at any drug store.    Made in Canada.
Aspirin ix tlie trade mark (registered
in Canada), of Buyer Muuufaetiire of
MouoacetlcacldoBtcr of Salloyllcactd.
While it is well known thnt Aspirin
means Bayer manufacture, to assist the
public iisjuiii-i iniitiitioiis, the Tablets nf
Bayer Company, Ltd., will Is. stamped
with their ;:^iu:i-;i| trade murk, the
"Bayer Cross.''
If you want news while it new*,
stibBorlbe for tbe Herald.
".Moonshine" or "rum." Call ft
what you will. Whether illicitly
made in tbo Kontucy mountains, or
under Covernmeut seal und license—
It's all the -same to the drink-sodden
wreck whom Philip Asliford called
father—It's all the same to the son
who hud Inherited the evil eruving.
See the J. Stewart BlacfkBtone production •'Moonshine Trail,' at the Rex
next Monday and Tuesday.
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DJ)UBLEMINT
jqwEWlNb gum r
Jl
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The longest-
lasting benefit,
the greatest
satisfaction for
your sweet
tooth.
WRIGLEYS
in the sealed
packages.
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impurity-proof.
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KEPT  RIGHT
Midi
In
Cinadi
The
Flavour
Lasts .
TAKES OFF DANDRUFF,
HAIR STOPS FALLING
RHEUMATIC PAINS
Quickly Cased ty Penetrating
Hamlin's Wizard Oil
A safe and harmless preparation
to relieve the pains of Rheumatism,
Sciatica, Lame Back and Lumbago is
Hamlin's Wizard Oil. it penetrates
quickly, drives out soreness, and
limbers up still aching joints and
muscles.
Vou will find almost daily uses for
it in cases of sudden mishaps or accidents such as sprains, bruises, cuts,
burns, bites and stings. Just as reliable, too, for earache, toothache,
croup and colic.
Get it from druggists for 30 cents.
If not satisfied return the bottle and
get your money back.
Ever constipated or have sick
headache?* just try Wizard Liver
Whips, pleasant little pink pills, 30
cents.   Guaranteed.
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Hbe Club date
in Baker Street
Oppe$ittG«nMpoltMn Rout
KXI KI.I.KM' SKKVICK. .«I.I. WHITt: HKI.I
TABLES FOB I..IKIES
ten
Oet a amall bottle
Dand.rln- right now—Alio
Itching icalp.
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of I
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Thin, brittle, oolorksa anil Krsuiij
liair it mute evideuc*. at a neglect**-
■cub; of dandruff—tint a»ful souif.
There li nothing tu tertHlotlvc t'.
tlie hair aa dandruff 11 roU tlie liair
of its lustre, ib atrensth nnd iu forj
life; eventual!11 producing .1 f.-veii-'i
Ileal and IWtllnR r,f tbo mill, wl lell if
not Tinned!'.1'! letiaes the hair ntota 10
•brink lrnain mid Jl—tlieu tin Itah
falls out fast. A llllla Dandcrlno lo-
nigh.—now—any iimt—will Hm!.- five
your lnlr.
Get a email hotlle of Knowllnn'a
Dwidcrine from any drug »lf>re. You
atinilv (-un have t-mitlfnl lutir and lot*
of It'If you will |u«l try a lilt!1 Dan
derine.    Save your lieii1'    Try it'
I.O.O.F.
KEV liTY LODGE, No. 42
Meeta   every
Monday night
_  ..       at Fraternity
Hall.     Sojourning   Oddfellowa
cordially Invited
Noble Grand,        Rec. Sec,
J. H.Whltehousc   W. M. Harris
jWctljotust Ctmnj)
SIMIAV NEXT
II A. Jl.. 1IIVI>E WORSHIP
130 P. II Hi iiu.1 Worship.
Preacher) REV. II. W. I.IK
You arc Invited
■ gg <m sjgffgi--' -m <~i aa r-ULzaiiCftiT-ar.-s
tfifsstitr\fsn  ,t\f, fsjtn  tr\fss,   ,*\\ittsmmss<\f,esmsnst^m iir\f,ss*t^
Iniure with the Cranbrook Agency
Company.
If It'a Job printing you aro In need
of, telephone tha Herald and let our
solicitor call. Wo are at your service
with an aqulpment aeeond to none In
tbe ProTtnce. Uuy ut home nnd help
make Cranbrook 0 bigger city
KNIGHTS OE PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, & C.
Meeta every Tuesday it i pa ln
the Fraternity Hall
0, fl. Borgntrom, ('. C
C. H. Colllne. K. II. t 8.
Vlaltlng brethren cordially Invited to attend.
New Clothes for Old
Smil   us  jour iriiriii.-iit*  tu' In-  (leaned.   Dvi-d  nr
Pressed nml mivi- the price ni new.
Cranbrook Cleaners * Dyers
I'.   W.   Wlhtlit   Hanger.
Koremosl Cleaners und Dyers of Everything
riiniH- 157
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(jy^U" m*Ap* W^" mt^lf    M^fll"1 W*l(t**W*\iy* W-V^'M-VQ
ti-ii, IndljtQ-itlon, )>lllmiHDMA aud alag-
ijldi biwelB—yon nlwiiyt* get relipf with
ConcaruU They imiin'iliat«ly olmnH
uid r<f.niliitt> tin*- htonuititi, reinim) the
-iitnr, fcrmpnttng ttxxl nnd foul gum;
laKc Hif rxccm I)1I« (mm the Hvit «nd
ciuty ulT tin- oonMlpdtnl v.-hhU* tnattw
ami jHilinn (roin tlto int^tlttci and
boivi'a. A 10-tient nox from ymir ilriw-
{fi.** -viU l:i<(>p vour llwr in! ?-owe»
oli'iui: ntniiiiuili iiwii't Mil heftd clwr for
moDtlm.   They work whilt you tUtf.
END STOMACH TROUBLE-
OASES OR DYSPEPSIA
"Pipe's Dilpepiln" makee tick, tour,
gaeey etomiehe surety feel tint
In five minutes.
If what yon just utc it-, smiriup on
your Htomacli or Iitn likr u lumji at
lead, or you belch gait and .'ructatu
sour, undl^eatcd food, or haw a fo<<ling
of diztiuobt., heartburn, fullnvnii, nansva,
had taste In mouth und stomach-headache, you can get relief In flvo minutes
hy neutralizing acidity. Put an end to
such Htnmaeh dlstreiiH now by getting a
larg. fifty-cent caw of I'ape's Plapepaln
froiii uuy drug store. You realize In
Ave minutes how needless it is to auffor
from indigestion, dyapupsl* or any atom-
aeh dltforder eauoed by load feraMtaUo*
due to vicvieivt acid im
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lleuular  Meelllig
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I    mouth at 3 inn. In Ihe Clly Hall
1VOMKVN INSTITUTE
Meets  In  the'
Pariah    Hall
lirst   Tuesday
afternoon   of '
every   month
at 3 p.m.
Pres. Mrs. D.
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Secy, Mr,, J. W. Burton. I'. O. Boi Ml.
All ladles c.o-dlallr Inflteil
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ol Canada limited
Offices, Smelting ami Refining Department
TRAIL, BRITISH COLUMBIA
SMKI.TKHS     AM)      BEFISEHS
Purchasers of Unlit, Silver. Copper and Lead Ore*
Producers of l-iil<l. Silver, Copper, Blaeetone, Pig Lend and
Zinc "IAD AN AC" Braid.
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THI.    i-BAMBAOOK    HE KALI)
Thursday, January -.», 198(1
AUDITORIUM
THURSDAY FEB'Y 12
One Better Than
"Cinderella"
With Miss Zara Clinton
evnd Imported English Ca.st
PRICKS   si.mi. HM uud Mjiii
Seal,   nn   Snle   ul   BolittlC-Xolllo'S   HVeek III .Idinlleel
Social-Personal
HEX THEATRE
VmilXumonl   Pur  Kxeellellee
IHIIiVV AMI SATOBIIAT
KXTKA  SI'Kli.ll,
'Romance
of Tarzan"
Ami  (load TffO  Heel  lonvdy
I'll.*,— This Attraction 25 A
.Vi I'ciila) Sulunlii] ".Induce, 1.'
nml Bit Cents.
JIOMIAV   AMI  TIKSIIW
SILVIA   llllliVMKII
In
I'he ,1. Sic mir! Illuek-lnu I'm
ilnelii.il.
"Moonshine Trail"
"The Tiger's Trail"
I.I.OVII COMEDY
111 ill, Till IIS., tlill. I und .
IHSTI.\   I'AIIM'.H
"The Light of
Western Stars"
inn. itKVii.tr
I IIMIIIV
C03UXG   '-'ilie    lied     l.nnleni
nml --Itini,|>ltiu Intu llriimliiuy
Over tbe Cca Cups
Insure with Beale * Elweli
+   +   +
Wat your housu with the Cranbrook
Agency Company.
+   +   +
li yon nre contemplating a trip to
tlie Old Country, book your passage
through Boale & Elweli. stemnship
agents,
+   +   +
U'liy iiu some lwophf keep TWo
papers, Victory Bonds mnl otlior valuable documents in tbelr homes when
they din keep them secure from tin1
in ;i Qro-proof steel vault Tor n small
yearly charge? The Beale & Elweli
detposlt vault I.-, tho proper place for
thorn,
-I-   +   +
Tin-  regular monthly meott^ig of
the Women** Institute wll take plac
at 'in   Parish  hall, on Tuesday next,
Fob. 3rd, nt :: p,m., sharp.   Meeting
will br commenced strictly on time
in order to give Mrs. u. w. Chalmers
cf Thrums, as ion„ as possible for
tier address*. Refreshments will bo
sorved. It's hopod that Mrs, Glial-1
mora win speak on tho Monduy even-1
Ing previous, bin particulars will bo
advertised on the Ilex screen ou Saturday evening.
+ + +
Whllo tin* ureal nolo is on boy's
box I'ulf bIiobb in either button or
luce, sizes form I to *;, al ono-quar-
ter dir tbe regular selling price. A
J4.no Bhof for $3.00. And this is the
lino wo guarnnloe.
w, I), llll.I,,    i
+   +   +
Tbe tire, loss in Canada for the
month of December amounted lo
220,500 dollars, or nearly one million
dollars. Just think of it. Some had
full Insurance; others partial. A
ureal many had no Insurance. Which
huve ynu I If ynu have not full Insurance, see Beale & Elweli at once.
Vou cannot afford to lake chances.
+    +    -f
Tlie next, debate of the Young People's Solely of the Methodist church
will be held a month hence, when the
subject (hut wll be debated will be
"Is country life or city Hfc more
preferable?" A good time Is looked
tor ni these monthly debates and a
hearty Invitation is extended to anyone to ntiend
+    -1-   +
While Iho sale Is "ti *we will  offer I
anything iu the store at one-quartor
off the regular selling price. Uulios'
and Children's drosses, Ladles' and
Chldren'a shoes, all to be carved to
the bone,
W. 1). IMI.I..
+   +   +
(iriater success Mian ever attended
ihe   fortnightly   dance   ol    Christ
church at the Parish hall uu Wednesday las!. The whist prizes were won
by Mrs. A. C. Blaine and P. W. Willis.
+    +    +
Word lias been received here lo thc
effect that a line baby girl was bom
t<> Mr. and Mrs. Harold Scott, formerly or this city, now of Calgary, on
CliristiniLK day.
-i-   +   +
We have just passed Into stock 81
Indies' dresses in serges, trlcolettOS,
silk poplins and Jersey cloths. Ask
to he shown this line; A $12,50 dross
for $!MU; a $2(1.00 drcs,, for $15.00.
The early bird nets the. grub. Sale
commencos on Monday, February 2nd,
W. I). MILL.
+    +    +
Dr. W. A, Forgle, bavin,* heen de-
mobolized from the ('. A 1>. <*.. will
he ready about February 15th 1" ru-
Blime the practice of dentistry at llll
iitiu-es in th<! Campbell &• Manning
block.
Mrs. Frank Parks is confined to St.
Eugene hospital.
W. J. Johnson, was a guest In Nelson the first of the week.
George Hogarth went to Calgary
fur a few days visit la^t week-end.
Harry Gamble, the mining man, has
been at Rossland and Nelson on business.
C.    Kiliiirds,    Wycllffe,    receiving
treal meat   at   the   hoslpltal   bore,   is
j convalescing.
Waller Walters departed today on
a trip tn Michigan, wlieic he will
visit with his mother.
W. I). Hill ami sou, Stanley, who
havo been at Vaneiiover for tho past
three  weeks,   have  arrived  book   In
tin   city.
Mrs. I-. Richardson, who has been
tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Venus
ai Dldsbury, Alberta, has arrived in
Un- clly
.1 Fabm, of Wyrliffe. who underwent nu operation at tho local hospital last weefk, is doing nicely at
present.
! Mrs. (irubbe, wife of Manager
: Grubbe, of the Imperial Bank here,
[ has arrived from tholr late home in
! Revolstoke, coming by the way of
t'algary.
Mrs. Ilniuer. wife of J, N. Humor,
officer in charge of the Gerard hatchery  near Nelson, died  hist  Tuesday
Esscntinl Features
—In Diamond Buying—
The three points for you
to consider In buying diamonds are essential
features oi our selling
policy.
1st, Quality — Because
only high grade stones
have a permanent value.
SiMLI'rk'e—For upon tho
price depends the worth
of your investment.
8rd,Value—Because that
is the relation between
quality aad price.
You can depend upon
this stare to give you
the utmost value In din.
mom!-,
W. II. WILSON
JKWICIJ.lt
Garden Court
-v, ~""W
m
WANT ADS.
NEW   HEAT   WITHOUT COAL OU
WOOD—Price    $15.00. Agencies
open.   2-ii   West   Notre Dame   St..
Montreal l-"J9-lt
MATI'.ltXITV NURSING.—Apply 148
Dallon Avenue, or Box 931, Fernle,
B. C. 12-18-4t
Fint SALE—One Barred Rock mooter. Took first prize at Cranbrook
show in 1919.   $3.00.   W. J. Selby.
1-29-lt
UUMIM..II LOST—Bumper off front of
auto lost. Finder please return to
J. F. Deacon. 1-29-lt
AN ESTABLISHED MANUFACTURING COMPANY, wants a capable
man in every town to open branch
olllce and manage Salesmen, $300.00
to $1,500.00 necessary. Handle own
money, should make $5,000 yearly;
Prospective soles In every home.
Expenses to Montreal allowed when]
you Qualify. Sales M'nnger Walk-]
er, 225 West Notre Dame Street,
Montreal. l-22-lt
!
3UROPBAN INVESTMENTS offer I
oxepllonal oportunitles for investors just now. on account of the low |
vlilue of European currency and
the fad that the Canadian dollar
Is at u premium in most European
countries. British, French, Belgian and Italian Government War
Loans can be bought with 15 jier
cent, to 106 per cent, bettor opportunity of return by Cnnudlnns than
by investors in the countries mon*
t toned. I 'onfldoutlnl circular Ln
tliis regard mailed upon request.
Ask to be placed on our malting
list for monthly financial review
which deals with every phase of
the investment situation. latest
information regarding standings.
prices, yields. cU\, of any bond or
security supplied free upon application. Vancouver and Victoria's
loading 11 nuncial house. Biirdiek
Bros, and Brett Limited, Hotel
Vancouver Bldg., Vancouver, B.C.
nlghl  In the General hospital al Vancouver, from sleeping sickness.
Fred Edgo, Moyie, was bore last j
week-end.
Itev. Uo was al Klmberley the lirst j
of tbe wook
Miss Muriel Walllngor is a victim
of lhe mumps.
-
Mlssofl M. ami J. Dunan, Fernie.:
were here Tuesday.
F. G. Calvert, Inspector of schools.
was  here yesterday,
Mrs. O, Hearue hus gone to Chl-
cafco, visiting her sons.
Mesdames F. Abbott imd S. McDonald arrived from Seattle Tuesday.
I
A. C. Lawrone, the insurance man
from Nelson, was here yesterday.
Mr. and Mrse, D. Patenall. Yabl;.
wore 'guests In the city Tuesday.
Mr. an(] Mrs. caster and A. E. Anderson,  Fernie. were here Sunday.    ,
Mrs. Paiitliag's little daughter is
in the hospital suffering with stomach trouble.
Born—Ou January 2t!th, nt the
Cottage hospital, to Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis Cox, a son.
Misses Dorothy Macule and Loretta
Armstrong are ill, suffering from at-1
tacks of the mumps.
Miss May Bardgett, who has been
spending some time In Nelson, bas
return, d to the city.
Bom—At lhe Cottage hospital on
January 28th, to Dr. and Mrs. W. A.
Fergie. of tbis city, a son.
B. A. Hill, wlio bas been quite indisposed for some few days, is able
to Im- aboui  his store again.
Little Kathleen Dallas, daughter of
Mr. and -Mrs, P. Dallas, is nursing a
sprained ankle at tbe home of her
parents. •
Tlie dance In Masonic hall Wednesday evening was well patronized,!
a most enjoyable evening being had
by those attending.
Mrs. t'has. Kerr, who gave birth
to twin boys last Thursday, is pro- i
greasing favorably. One of the Infants unfortunately died.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Woodman
have as their guests Mr. and Mrs.
Wilson, of Ontario. Mrs. Wilson, a
slater of Mrs. Woodman, has not met;
her sister for a number of years and;
the reunion of tlie families was an I
enjoyable event-
The Powder Incognito
Garden Court Face Powder is invisible, misty fine and
fairy-light. It gives a natural bloom to the complexion
whether day time or evening. Then too, it is dependable;
it will stay on in any climate.
PACE POWDER  06e
_        . CREAM  	
Garden Court tammm
 mr.
 85c
TOILET WATER #*..*.»
EXTRACT (per  on.)....  1.60
GARDEN COURT Toilet creations are for sale in Cranbrook
Exclusively at
CRANBROOK DRUG & BOOK CO.,
IV. J. ATCHISON, Manager
liny I'l <■ 71 Night PHone 801
AH, MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
If you are in the out-of-town district, drop no a letter or eurd and
anything you want iu our line will lie sent hy return mall or express.   We give special attention lo out-of-town orders.
TAKING
sounding:
ATLANTIC
■....■; r..;•".. ..—iv Ul-.:..
S-'T- iiifflfi aiiL.3 K'i:..i niKlicT:;:!::;!   i:;.-.:: :.'.m„„.±.: . ■:, \
ANTICIPATION
Every moniber or tlie family knows that the roast will
bo a delicious one when It
cornea from our choice se-
lectlon, Besides bolng sure
nf tho meat supply, yon also
Itnow the price Is right, in
dialing hertt You will like
our sanitary methods, nlso.
They insure you clean ment.
Cranbrook Heat Market
Phone 8
Norlmry Avenue CRANHROOK,  II.C.
...■r.... n,...,-1-irtf**ai-Mlyju■ mm mse fen sHufH3-1 *■--'aii ternsmttTsmsmsmismmsLemesis
i oiiniiirnnx or the city or
IHAMIHIIIIK
101 KT OF KKVI8IOX
PUBLIC NOTICK In Imroby given
Unit the Court of Revision for the pur-
pose of declilliift upon any complaint*
whicli mny bo made uttuinst the Ah
Beimment lloll as prepared by the City
AtaeeBor, will Bit lu the Council Cham-
ber at 10 a.m. on Monday, February
Dili. 11)20. and not the 8th, as stated
on lhe atfHeBament notices.
T. M. ROBERT-!,
City Clerk and ABseagor.
Crnnbrook, B. C,
Jan. 20, 1920.
1-22-lli.
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF 1)008
IN TIIE CITV OF CRANBROOK
I have lust received the 1920 dog
inii- and nil do., owners In the City
of Cranbrook can obtain the same at
my olllce In the City hall.
Tho do-, Ini by-law will bo strictly
enforced.
P. ADAMS,
Chlefot Police
Cranhrook, B. C,
January 32. MM
1-U-M J
LIFT OFF CORNS
t
WITH FINGERS
Few   Drops of "Frwaotic-," Then
Corns Lift Off—No Pain 1
A tiny bottle uf "Proexono" coats fo
Iittli' at nny drug itortf) apply n few
drop* upon Any corn or onllus. lu-
•tnntly it ntopn hurting, then shortly
you lit't tlmt liotlii-r-toini- I'urn nr culltM
right olF with your lingers. Truly I
Xo humbug]
A Baker's
Ginger-
Bread
Thin Cream, 2 1-2 lbs. of flour, and
1-4 lb. of lard. Add to this 1 ?,-4
pints of nyrup and 1-2 oz. of ginger.
Dissolv,. 1 oz. bakingsoda in 1-2 tin
of Pacific Milk and add to first mixture,
Sprem! in baking tin and bake 30
minutes.
Brush It over with Pacific Milk ns
It goes to the oven. This gives lt a
glaze.
This la "atore" ginger-bread,
PACIFIC MILK CO.,
UMTRP
Factory it Ladner, 11. ft,
future days when one taken a
ul flight acroHti the Atlantic, In a
u.i flying flivver, the success or
i.iu trip can he credited to the Brii-
Uj Air Maiistry iu general, the nw-
t nrologlcal i" particular and Ueuu
{.uv Harris, F.H.M.S., R.A.F., specifically.
i.i.-at. Harris arrived ln St. John
recently, the only passenger on
board the Caaadlun Pacific dteau-
.;..]) .Moutcalni. He ls the com-
mander of the Atlantic upper
air investigation expedition whlcb
under the control of th* , Royal
Air M.nistry will chart every
air current and make tbe air
route across the Atlantic as sure and
safe as ihe water pathway. Weather
news bureaus will also be lnaugur-
niftl to lurnish up-to-the-second In-
formatlon regarding all aerial condition?.
A representative of the preas visit-
i■") the vessel and examined the spe-
cial apparatus with which she waa
fitted for the p x peri men ts. At first
sight it seems to be simple enough,
for It consists only of winches, ire
box kites, and a meteorgrapb, but the
nieteorgrapb is itself a complicated i
and intricate instrument, aud kite-!
flying for scientific purposes It notj
quite tbe schoolboy fun that many
people Imagine lt to be. The kites,
used are of three types, and the lai'rf-l
est of these, which measures roughly,
8 ft. by 6 ft., exerts a pull In a
strong wind sufficient to strain the
holding power of four men.
Resides the box kite there Is a
crown kite, 16 feet long and 12 feet
high, with a main plane and two
keels; the keel kite la smaller and is
used mostly aa a pilot kite to assist
Ibe others up.
There are two winches, one placed
on the foc'sle derk for use wheu the
wind ls aft, and the other for *ise
When the wind Is ahead or abeam, Is
tn be sint off on the gun platform in
tbe stem of the ship By thesr means
the mooring cables which are of fine
eteol wire very similar to marine!
minding cable will be kept clear of
rigging and derricks whatever may
be ih'' ungle from tha ship at which
tbe kite Is flying.
Whon the soundingn are taken two
kites are attached to the cable-end i
a pilot of light make and 400 fe*t
behind lt one of the bigger box kites'
carrying meteorgraph. The air currents and varieties of atmospheric'
pressure vary In layerB upwards, and
sounding* can he taken up to a
height of four or five miles. The|
meteorgraph, a comparatively small
instrument combining three devices!
In one, records at the same time, byj
pen points marking a chart on a revolving drum, the humidity of thel
air, atmospheric pressure, and the
speed of the wind, all factors of the
utmost importance In the consideration of flight.
If th" BOiindlnM txporlmrnts msde
from the Montcalm are successful a
number of ships will be fitted forthwith with similar gear to that whieh
she la to carry. Soundings In great
numbers will be taken, and the Information obtained will he distributed
hy wireless from ship to ship, snd to
stations ln London, Lisbon, tbe Ai-
(1) Lieut. Harris experimenting with kites at St. John.
(2) Crown kite flics.
ores, and Newfoundland. There Is illton and other members of the rhlp'i
also to he an Immediate station oc a1 staff everything worked out r.umrk-
battleshlp cruising on a definite orea-j ably well. It is u far different
between Newfoundland and the Az- thing, he stated, to fly a monster kite
ores. These are the points at which from a moving, lurching ship than
It has already been decided by the it Is from the steady ground. It Is
ministry lo establish porta of call fori very difficult to get the kite away
cross Atlantic Hit traffic. Ai each from the ship, end for it long lima
there will be rfpalr shops, spare he had to puzzle out n method of
parts, stores, ami petrol for refuel- getting the recording Instrument* up
ling ihe aeroplanes. The type off to tbe kite after the asreui had heen
machine to be uwd win he a "flying successfully made, To th» l-ett
boat" and thus when the proposed!of his knowledge. Itlica bad
method of gathering news about wea-E been flown from ships only onee
ther conditions is In full working or-[before, nnd thst long before lhe pre-
der, and when in a month's time Of-[seU1   war.  During  the VOJTtgC acioss
flrlal cross Atlantir flight by aeroplane begins, as It Is hoped II will,
pilots will he able to have tbelr machines overhauled In "refill," and to
learn the latest tidings of weather
ahead at five hnlts on tbe Journey
he had uisilr several uirl.i il,- ftlyht-1
nr 7.Sim feet, and mnnv over (5.000
feet.
The  air   service  mentioned   ii.'iive,
he milled,  nil)  he  lord  m'.d  churl.-d
for even •*-■« and will envoi « k*t-
Thus ibe Air   Ministry   is reducing  vice nf slrsbtps nnd tbe Inrger  h
the risks of flight to a minimum,     | vlor-thnn-ftlr craft, ns well nt 'plan
ll was st first proposed ihat these, hi* records mode during the vovi
atmospheric readings should he mad" across nre in, rough   shRpe   nml ot
using balloons of tbe lype employed i
by the Meteorological office In carry '
lag out daily readings over bind   but
•ourse nothing can ho ptihllahcd ie-
gsrdlng the trip until tlu official re-
ports have been passed through 'he
rnVstry at l.n"i!oii.      Hilt, ha :"M- I,
"1 mn very well pleased with Ilie r -
suits o'.ta'ned nml 1 cnu pHI*
there are many objections to Nylnfl
balloons from ships, Tbe tilt.- which
Is made of fine linen stretched ho-
twfen bamboos Is strong and service- ]nnt qualification thnt th
able, and can lie folded    away    fori so far. hns been m"--t snc""'.'ui"
storage in a very small place, It |(i     Mr. Harris Is a V Mow of lhe lloi
also cheap to   make   and    quickly Meteorological Bneloty, nnd bus le
turned out.     It may be   remarked engaged In scientific pursnHfl for l
tlmt lho officer stationed nl l.isb
Is to he allowed  full life of III" nh-
servatory  Ihere  for  gathering   wen-
tber news.     The   official    view    i«
that  the prospects for cross Atlantic flights by aeroplaoe are entirely
favourable, and it Is lion*-*! to nifl'te vice,
the Journey    without    touching thp     por thre«
Arores.     Karly news of conditions
ahead  will  have  ilie greatest  influence on the siicceta of the vcniurc.
Ment. Harris said tbat lh"re were v*i
msny difficulties experloncer] In the \v
kit* flying st mm, im' thanks lo the t«
past IR yearn, making his f-rst ext-
rlmcnts whffl but a m'pre ind. t|
hnd been enuaped In se'e'itlfie kMf
f'ylig spvornl years before t!in wa
hrnk« out. nnd his servlcn wer
nly appreciated by the nr    sei
I,i,
yeirq he has hi" 'i
ed m the Rovnl Nflvil A1"
op«rnttne around   H-e   n *
« und DlinV'rk |i pp*i---"'»-i*-
'(. II bns hne-i frfiUPpMv •'■
"•-rn rpvAf |i-i« l.e—, n ,:' ''
-d l-v the r"r«»-i  r « nn!:.  i.
valuable BBslstanco o! Captain llau-.it wai convoyed by u t:.
The Herali $2.00 a Year
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