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Array THE CRANBROOK HERALD
VOLUME 18
CRANBROOK,   BRITISH COLUMBIA,
THURSDAY, NOV. 30th. 1916
NUMBER -IS
Legislative* Asjombly, Apr.-ie ——r
CRANBROOK    HAS    THE   Ml NERALS    THAT   MAKE    THE   MONEY
S17.SII PI TO PATRIOTIC FUND
CruBbrook Distrlcl Has raid 98 Ter Cenl of A mo imt Promised
Duriug Vear—Officers Elected for 11)17—Over $5,000
Prom Stiiples Lumber Co. and Employees
The annual meeting or tin* Cran
brook Branch of tho Patriotic Fund
wax held Wedncsdny ovonlng with
Prosident .1. P. Campbell in the chair,
in opening the mooting Mr. Campbell
romarkoil on lin* sploiidld liberality
shown by the subscribers nnd hoped
thlH would hu Itopl up, nol. simply lor
one year but us lung uh lho wnr <-ou*!
tluuod. The noud wan Increasing all
tlio lime uml ii Bhould tu- considered
a prlvllogo as wall us a duly to look
afier tlio dependents of ihose fighting
our bntl-los fn foreign lands, Tin* Honorary Tronsuror was thou asked to
reud tils report, which was uh follows:
Treasurers Itepoti
The collections rocelved Trom the
citizens of Cranbrook, Wycliffe, Kimberley Miners Union, Wnrdner, Watts-
hnrg nnd other points have during tho
eleven montlis ending SlHt Ostober
amounted to $15,493.47. Up to the dale
ot this meeting tho collections for tho
month of November amount, to $2,087., |
so that tlie total receipts for the year
will exceed $17,500, Vou will remember that the promises we received
during our campaign lust year totalled
about $18,000 so that considering the j
number of men who have left Cran-
brook and vicinity during the year the
payments show great credit to Un* sab-
serlbers. All of the amount collected .
has heen remitted to the Treasurer at
Victoria,
Since the inception of the Fund the
Cranbrook Branch has paid out to de-
pendents of soldiers and we now liave
on onr list 36 families in which there
are V2 children, und our total monthly
disbursements are in the neghborhood
of $700. Fifty five families have re
celved assistance from this brunch of
the Fund, in all, 170 dependents.
Jn connection with onr campaign
fund the Committee decided it wus In
the interests of the fund that a collect-
or .should be appointed, and Mr C. A.
Cook was selected to fill the position, j
I.
Ho lias been rocolvlng a salary of $20 a
[month uud our total expenses for thej
year has consisted of his salary, and
Whicli totals $220{ Mr. Cock having;
been engaged on tile work since .lun
last and to tlie entire satisfaction of.
yonr Committee
As I have slated above our only expense has boon tiie amount puid to
Mr. Cock, all expenditure for postage,
stationery,   printing   ,*:■<■.,   lias boon j
borne by the members of the Commit-;
too.
,1. M. Christie, Hon. Treas. j
Included in tlie total receipts for the
year are the following subscriptions:
Otis staples Lumber Co. Ltd., and
employees, Wycliffe, $5120.25; Kimberley .Miners Union, $1325; Fust Kootenay Lbr. Co., Loco Mill, $459.50; Crows
NOBt Pass Lbr. Co, Ltd., Wardner,
?su;{; Wattsburg Lbr. Co., Wattsburg,
$204.25.
Mr. C. A. Cock, the collector, stated
that almost without exception everyone paid up cheerfully and seemed to
wJSsh   to   do   everything   they   could.
After the appointment of Messrs.
Howard and Patterson as auditors the
following officers were elected for the
ensuing year:
Hon. Prca. and- Chairman— J. P.
Fink; Hon. Treas.—J. M. Christie;
Hun. See.—T. M. Roberts; Executive—
»r. Green, J. F. Campbell. VV. F. Worden, It. J. McCreery, W. A. Nisbet, B. 10.
Howard, F. V. Brake, C. It. Ward. Hev.
W. H. Bridge, and the foregoing officers.
Mi*. Cock wns re-p.ppoiiited collector
at the same salary. A vote of thanks
was tendered to the press for tlieir
assistance during tbe year, alsn tu tbe
Executive Committee and eapecally
the Secretary, the Treasurer and Mr.
W. F. Worden.
The amount of $20,000 Is asked of
Cranhrook for the coming year and tbe
matter of getting increased subscriptions is left In the hands of tlie Executive,
IMt. KIM; IN MINISTER OK
PUBLIC'WORKS.
The New Cabinet
Premier mid president of the
council   II. V, Brewster, Victoria.
Attorney-General—3T. A. Mae-
doualdj Vancouver.
Minister of Lands T. I). Pat*
t itlbi. Prince Rupert
Minister of mines William
Sloan, Viinalmii.
minister of finance Itulpb
Smith, Vnncouvor.
minister of public works Hr. J.
ii. him-', Cranbroolt*
Minister of agriculture and rail*
Mm-   John Oliver, Delia.
Provincial secretary ami minis,
ler oi education Or. .1. 1>. .>!<■•
linn, ttiecim I.
CHILDREN "OD THEIR BIT" COIt MINERS STRIKE
font Little.' Teet*. Kiiist* Meeieej- fur Vat-
riotlc Purposes bj Entertainment eef Tlit'ir Own Get*up.
Hli IT ABOUT Illl. mil*. IND
I.MILS!
II.
I
DISTRICT    LIBERALS
OFFICERS.
ELECT
BE TES1 OFFERING
■N BI|jr Metropolitan Production Playing the l.anrer Cities Only--
More May lie Secured.
Cranbrook theatre-goers will have the
opportunity to-morrow night of seeing
a real metropolitan production in
"Twin Beds." This production has
been secured by Manager Burton of
the Auditorium on a heavy guarantee
in the belief that the citizens of Cranbrook appreciate and will patronize
first-class shows if given the chance.
It is of a much higher standard than
usually plays cities of tliis size, carrying a large equipment of special
scenery, furniture and properties, nnd
with a very expensive east.
In order to get first-class companies
like "Twin Boda" to Cranbrook it will
be necessary for thc ctlzens to support
this somewhat ambitions enterprise by
extending tbeir full patronage. If the
New York producer** realize that Cranbrook can be played hy tlicir companies at a profit while en route to tbe
roast this city will he in the unique
position of being the only city of its
population In America which is being
given the same opportunity of seeing
the same artists who play what In
known as "the big city time" which includes only the larger cities In Canada
and tbe Unilod States, such ns Wlnnl
Calgary, Vancouver.
nclsco, i o*. Angelos,
a in ttie , enlral nnd
peg,  Edmonton,
Seattle. San  Pra
and similar cltel
eastern states.
"Twn Beds" Is guaranteed to be a
laugh   producer  from   start   to  finish.
clean and health*.. and abselntely free
from vulgar It) or roughness
FIVE Ml N  I M IM   IN  I I VI   II WS
Although active recruiting i* not
permitted from Crows Nesl to Trail.
Dr. Oreen has received Instructions to
accept all voluntary recruits. The following men have accepted and pas-
sed for the illffcreni battalions within
Un* past few days;
Samuel Cary, 1)8th Canadian Field
Artillery; Prank Uberl Jennings,
Z26lli nattallon; (leorge Murray,
226111 Battalion; Clarence Hlekey,
236111 Battalion; Mark Hoc. Royal
Nn ml   Canadian   Volunteer   Reserve.
Bevoral others have applied for
overseas service but have been rejected, llie medical examination being
more strict, allow ing only first class
men to enlist.
The annual meeting of the Cranbrook District Liberal Association was
held last Thur, evening In the Liberal
committee rooms, there being upwards
of fifty representatives from the several nearby towns. Mr. Thos. Summers,
of Kimberley. occupied the chair. Matters of Importance to tlie Cranbrook
district were discussed, a keen interest being displayed on the part of all
present. A number of Important changes were made in the constitution.
which will permit of larger scope of
the association.
The election of officers resulted as
follows; Honorary President—-Hon,
ll. C. Brewster., President—C. .1 Little
Cranbrook.. Vice-President- W. II
Laird, Moyie, Second Vice-President—-
C. L. Bechtel, Ta-Ta drook.. Secretary-
Treasurer—C H. Ward, Cranbrook..
Executive Committee Thus, summers.
Kimberley, J. \V. Fitch. Moyie. Dr. P.
II. Miles. Cranbrook. L .1. Taylor,
Wycliffe, It. Lundin. Marysville. J. H.
Hay,*--, Westport, P. M, Mcpherson,
('ranbrook.
Dr ,i II. King, member-elect for the
Craubrook district, took advantage of
ile- opportunity to express his appreciation oi the work on the part of the
members ami citizens generallj in
selecting him as tholr candidate. He
assured those present that everything
I'or the betterment of the citizens .1- a
whole would meet with his hearty
approval   and   asked   everyone   lo  eo-
operate with him in making sound,
sane and Intelligent laws which would
make for the citizens of Bast Kootenay
a hearty and prosperous community,
IVOMKN'S INSTITI VV.
The
lib
nniv
of      111
quctiMoii    I'or    Parents
Teachers iu Cranhrook.
CALOARY. Alta.. .Nov. 27.—The anticipated strike of the coal miners in
district 18. United Mine Workers union
for a 2a per cent Increase in wages as
a war bonus, went into effect today
Thut the patriotic  spirit pervades and approximate 4000 men are idle.
all ages and Is not confined to grown-  With the exception of one small mini*
ups by any means is amply demoustra-  at Lethbridge. where a few men arc
ted by the action of four local young-J getting out enough cool to keep the
Biers last wek, Betty an*d Sandy Qreen  public schools and hospitals  going,
and Edith and .lack Cummlngs,  These I not a pick wus swung today.   The tie-
four wero animated with the piaise-1 up was complete.
worthy Idea of raising money to help ;    Even in Drumhellor, Alberta, where
carry on the war, and decided to give  tile Hed Deer Valley Coal Operators'
an  entertainment all by themselves, j association,  an   affiliated  body,  had
The matter was kept a profound secret! coneeeded the demand.: of the men to
from tin ir parents and relatives until j the extent of agreeing to an Invectlga-
_   the day ol presentation arrived, when j tlon, lhe miners quit work just the
thoy were solemnly invited, at; so much  Bame, demanding tlie straight 25 peri
XX per head, to boo the result of the chll-  cent increase nnd refusing to consider
dren's efforts. Then the startling fact the Investigation proposition.  The op-
was discovered that the children were   orators have appealed to the govem-
amateur playwrights as well as actors j ment asking for a board of concilia-
It
utributed)
Sine
•rime.
nd     and actresses, the "pleee-de-r'jslstanoi
of tbe affair bofng a play written by
—It'the children themselves entitled "The
1 Frog Prince," adapted from Grimm's
Fairy Tales witb Kdith Cummlngs as
'The Frog  Prince,"  Betty Green as
Princess",   .lack Cummings,   a
Page.     The   play    met    with   the
hearty und  enthusiastic  approval of
the critical audience present and re-
Indeod the welfare of j fleeted much credll on all concerned.
Womenb institute will be held in the
Maple   Hall   nn   Tuesday, Dec. fitll, al
:t p.m. sharp, Solng that all the directors this year are Canadians. Ihey
have decided to have a real old fashioned Canadian social.   The program
will be given by lhe drednrs who will
slng."0 Canada" in part song; Mr.*-
U. W. RubsoI will read a paper on the
"(Ireat and Good Women of Canada."
Refreshments will he served hy the
Canadian members of the Institute,
emblematical of tho country iu which
tbey live. The chairman of tlie Advisory Board of British Columbia In-
Btltules, Mrs. .las .1, hustone, ef Nelson, Ims promised to be present and
und address ihe meeting. All ladles
at irdlally Invited to attend, Membership fees can be paid if desired at
,ibls meeting for the coining year.
he war started there ha;- been
ilarming increase in juvenile , "Tli
Tbis is the verdict of tbe
courts aud demands the serious consideration of all intrusted in child wel
fare, whicli
tlie whole slat'*.
The problem is under the consideration of a Government Commission in
Great Britain and already many practical enactments have been made,
In Cranbrook we bave a distinct
reflection of the general conditions.
Wo have perhaps not yet succeeded in
producing criminals in a large sense,
but we have allowed children a free
band In tbe destruction of property,
In petty thieving, in obscenity of language in the streets. Despite any formal regulations to tbe contrary they
play In tlie streets, and on the prairie
to uny hours. Conditions havc been
becoming markedly wurse and many
parents confess today to tlieir inability
to control tlie children.
What is to be done?
Several complementary lines of activity have been suggested. Tiie problem can bc attacked (1) by throwing
responsibility upon parents e.g. Action
for damaged should be taken by the
municipality against parents of children guilty of wilfully damaging properly. The municipal authority Is liable
for damage done to ratepayer's properties fn town. It is for the Council
le gel right home to lhe offenders.
rl) Hy more stringent police regulations: e.g. Curfew law should he enforced. And \'A) Working through the
puhlic schools. Tlii- is probably the
only effective method. It will go to
the bottom or the trouble. Two practical suggestions are In tlie air. (a)
Tin* Introduction of civics into the
boo] curriculum. Dnder this head
spirit of civic pride could be inciil-
ted. If 1 liihlren knew more about
eir city, its laws, institutions, property rights, resources, Me., they would
respect It mor.*. Our public schools
■ould become s source ef public helpfulness and if throughout the province
t'adet Corps or Seoul Companies were
established a.- pari of the educational
system, we should boou sei ,1 change
in our coming citizens, (b) Thc
second suggestion i- tin* introduction | Loh-rts
nf Moral and Religious training into
public schools. The subject is doubtless a thorny one. we believe, however
that lhe churches have been so far
chastened by the war thai some system
agrcable to all. both Catholic and
Protestnnf could be evolved, Already
Ui trails, after a prolonged period of
Becnlar education has opened the
schools ot the Commonwealth to the
teaching ■■( Religion. The wholo sub-
Jecl will be discussed at the forthcoming conference on the "Introduction of IteliploiiH nnd Moral training
int., the Schools." We understand
tint a definite Bcheme will be laid ba-
forr thai conference and if it receives
endorsement   will   be   miU   up   to   the
Ministry ol Education and propngand-
Cd  generally   in   |he  province.    Cranbrook  parents   nel teachers  wlll do
Well  In attend  Hie eoufen in * .
The other numbers on the program
were a song by Hetty Green, a dance
by Sandy Green, and a recitation by
Kdith Cummlngs. The only assistance
of any kind in Die preparation and
presentation of the entertainment
was lhat given by .Miss Bella Summer*
vllle, The amount of $:'.r.O was raised
which has been banded over to the St.
John Ambulance Association.
A specially accredited reporter for
tin* Herald who was present writem
"They wrote, produced and costumed
the whole tiling themselves. Tliey
alsn built and painted some scenery,
and printed their own programs.
"The Frog Prlnco" was dramatized
from Grimm's story of tluit name.
"The Meeting" was an original Idea
and the whole place was of their own
creation. Sandy Oreen and Jack Cummings took the parts of tbe wives and
Betty Green and Edith Cummlngs the
parts of husbands. It was simply a
scream. The men are to take their
wives to a dance, and tbey arrive to
find tbat it had heen held the night before. Their remarks about each other
and each others wives are rich. Betty's
retort to one remark about "his" wife
is "Don't knock my wife, she Is no
worse than yours." They were far
from complimentary. It was a most
credtable performance and well worth
five times the prico of admission,
which was 25 cents. ■
*.IIK RKAI.IZKB AT IUZUK.
The annual bazaar of the Christ
Church Ladies' Guild on Tuesday lust
was a gratifying success in every way.
The sum of *j:;4S was raised in the
afternoon from Die various departments.
In tlie evening an entertainment was
given with a dance afterwards.
Among tiie numbers given were sol.n
by .Mrs. McPherson, Mrs. Nisbet. and
,\iis. A. B. .Macdonald. an orchestral
selection by Mrs. Walling r\ orcltes-
tih, and  a  dance   by  Allan   DeWolf.
Two plays were given th.) first en-
t.tl'd "Richard's Clay," md Uie other
a two-character sketch "Tie* Uoddess
0' Love." In "Richard's Play" Miss
ihia. and Rev, iV, H.
Bridge as Richard added to their previous laurels won in amateur theatricals and their naturalness and pathos almost succeeded in bringing
tears to the eyes of tbe audience.
Bluff old Admiral Clipper ton bow-
ever proved to he one whose bark
s worse than his bite, and there was
tbe desired happy ending. Mr. C. O.
Staples made a capable retired "Sea-
dog," while Mrs. Crebhin complete!!
the domestic trio as Prudence, sister
of Richard. Mr. Raworth was a phlo-
Bophlc aud amusing "hobo" in "The
Goddess of Love" who however finally
had to yield to tlte wooing of 'Aphrodle'
this difficult pari being exceptionally
well   taken   by   Miss   Woodland,
I. O. IL I.
The report of the FlnnnOletto Fund
to end nf Nm i** RS follows: Per Mrs.
.1 F Sinlili Mr. G. F. Carter. $1: Mrs.
Mal oy, ::> Per Mrs. .1. F Bridges-
Mr 1! E Dn.-e , L'.'i ; Mr, O'N 'I. '■''■'.
Phillip Briggs 10c; Frederick Htlggs,
:■■. \'r*. Kl*;i 1 the, Mrs C;.nnn 1. _*c
Mr \ Sinter. 2". : Mrs A RMd(2He;
Mr    Wodman, ?^c; V**s, Mdlride. 80c.
< r Vrs. Little .'■! b. Tophoili
Mr*. Cla] P. ■*•'.', Mir. Little. 21c
Mr Paterson M' McPliorsgc
M* * Attridge, 3U<', Mrs, Mile***
Dr. Miles. 26c; K. Paterson. 26c
Mrs. Manley, 60c
•: Howard, 11; Mrs. it
Johnson, |2;  Dr   McKinnon. 21
TWIN  BEDS" TOMORROW
p, t larke, mc;
Mrs, King    It.
The eagerly looked forward to engagement of "Twin Bids" takes place
at lhe Auditorium tomorrow, Friday
nlgllt and should by long odds prove to
be the most satisfying of tlie season,
•Twin Beds" lias a record of one solid
year In New Yrrk, six months fn Australia , ud Is now In Its second year in
London, while arrangements ure being
made for ?arly presentation in Paris,
Potograd, Rome, Madrid. Berlin. South
America and South Africa. From the
very first rise of the curtain the fun is
said to begin and In its two hours or
more ft does some wonderful things
with plots und situations, nnd fairly
twinkles like a miniature firmament.
If you have a sweetheart, take her to
Miss Igoo "Twin Beds", she will like you
Per (much better after she has laughed for
an entire evening. She will say to herself, "tbat young man lias the sense to
appreciate a good play and to realize
I think he Is
tion uuder the Ltuiietix act,
All tlio mines In the Crows .NeBt are
Idle. These Include Femle, Michel,
McOillivray, Lille, Coleman and Frank.
At least 2500 men are affected. At
Corbln, where coal Is loaded by steam
shovels, ft Is understood some work
is bolng done.
In the Lethbridge district more than
1000 men are Idle witli the small exception noted. The management of
the mines is taking n firm stand
against making any concessions. At
Klpp about 75 men are out and 300
have walked out at Taber. Both these
places are in the Lethbridge district.
Word has been received that at Can-
more and Mankhead. on the main line
of the Canadian Pacific, railway, the
strike Is nlso on, several hundred men
being out.
At Drunihellor and Rosedale, nearby,
possibly 100 men aro out, with both
shies determined to make a fight.
Tulk Fight to the Finish.
All ovor the district a spirit to fight
to a finish Is apparent. Neither side
will concede thnt there Is any chance
of giving In.
The men declare that owing to the
Increase in the t-OHt of living they must
have the raise.
Unless a settlement la reached tho
fuel situation lu southern Alberta and
Kastern British Columblp, will he serious. Only a few weekB' cupply of coal
Is on hand at most placer,. In Calgary
it might last three weeks, Industrial
and domentic supplies included. It
would not he long before many factories and Institutions using coal
would have to close down.
The weather is warm at present but
ti change to real winter cold would result in severe suffering on the farms
and in the towns.
The great coke ovens at Coleman
and Michel and other points on tho
Crows Nest Pass tine are still running
but Walter McNeill, secretary of the
Wostern Coal Operators' association
said on Monday morning It matters
vory little for the coke ovens cannot
operate much longer anyway as there
Is no coal on hand to coke.
The tie-up means that the greater
part of the coal of the Canadian Pacific
so far as western mines are concerned
Is shut off, for most of this came from
Canmore. Feme and Michel. It means
that the coal supply of the Grand
Trunk, so far as western mines are
concerned, is shut off, for most of the
coal supplied to that road In the west
came from the Brazeau fields. The
Canadian Northern also Ib seriously
affected, as It secured much coal from
the Southern Alberta field.
Walkout Is fteneral.
FERNIE, B. C. Nov. 27.—Latest reports reaching here regarding the condition of the strike throughout District 18 indicate that It is general.
Bankhead and Canmore are now reported oul to a man and in addtlon
to the miners at Coleman the coke
oven employees also struck this morning. Fernie and Michel coke men
probably wlll follow tonight or tomorrow.
Communication with the various
companies In the Crows Nest Pass today made certain that the cessation of
work was general and complete as far
as the miners are concerned, but at
Fernie and Michel the cokemen, of
whom very few belong to the miners
union, did not quit, At Coleman, the
other camp where coke ls manufactured, the coke men joined the miners
and ceased this a.m. Tonight here
indeatlons jwint to these employees
coming out In sympathy but in any
event operations will cease within 48
hours as the supply of slack to operate
Is not as large as firBt estimated,
HOWl.lW-N<'Hft.M'Li:.
Per
SOc;
1! Sc;
(Mr. Murphy. 20c; Mr. N*oblo,20c; Mrs,
King, BOc.    Per Miss Alexander   Mrs,  that It fs good to laugh,
Cherrington,  26e;   Mfss  Cherrington, the right kind of a man to make me
line; Miss Alexander, *.*"..■. per Mrs. happy," To see "Twin Beds" will eer-
.!. S. Brake Mr. T llobert«. 26ci a tialnly do nobody any harm and It may
friend, 26c; Mrs. F. IT. Morris, 10c; do lots of good, Laughs nre good for
'.Mrs. Coultes  2.r,e;   Mrs.   Dupont,   10c;
'Miss Klniiiton,  10c; Mr. N. Gardiner.
50c; Miss Symes, 15c; Mrs. ll. McClure
fn*; Mrs. M. Gillis. BOc;  Mrs. .1. Me
soul, therefore if you want the
laugh of your life dont miss seeing
"Twin Beds."
Donald, 25c; Mrs Balment. SOc; MrB,
, Ingham, 25c. Per Mrs. Sarvis- Mrs.
id. W. Johnson. 60c; Mrs. Dan Camp*
Iboll.SBc; Mrs. T, Drummond. 10c; Mn.
,1. Km. 10c; Mrs, B: rney, IOC; Mrs.
;A. Cameron, 26c;  Mrs   W. McKenzie,
26c; Mrs. W. A. Nbhet, 10,
!    Bread  Fund collected  lo-  Mrs.  Mc
Klnnon  is es  follows:    Mrs.  F.  E,
Davis, Fort Steele, SI;   Mrs. .1.  D, Mc
Bride. BOc; Mrs, Woodm
Dowar, r.ic; Mrs w. Cm
Manley, 8Bc; Mrs, White
D, Austin, 50c; Eric Mu
Marlon  MacKinnon,
ill.   SO'
Miss
rle, 25c; Mrs.
BOc; Mrs, T.
'Klnnon. 26c;
:   Mrs.  A.   A.
TAKKS OVIII CU.AMM. WORKS.
Mr. P. Bain lui*- taken over the Cran.
hrook Cleaning nnd Dye Works on
Cranbrook Street on a long term lease
aud Is now In possession. The splendid character of Hie work turned ont
wlll he continued end Mr. Bain will
give bit* personal attention to seeing
thnt. all work Is turned out promptly
and satisfactorily, The office phone
is 157, house pbone 68,
WHAT TO 111 V PON ( IIRISTH.IH
MacKinnon, 65c; Mrs. Fink. lOo.
One of tlw many uproariously funny scene
torltin Friday, Ito. 1st
tn "Twin Reds" al lhc Audi-
-    If you run nbort of Ideas and don't
(know what to buy for Christmas giv-
Borti iii Cranbrook Cottago llospl-jing, nirit to tin* back page and look
lal on Dm- 24th November, to Mr. and over Fink's big nil     You  will    find
Mrs, E. II, Odin, a daughter. 'suKgenllons thcru which will help you I Tlm r-.
Shop   vs   Office,   Nov. 20th.
City    vs    All-Stars, Nov. 22nd,
Directors   vs   Shop, Nov. l!3rd.
City   vs   Office, Nov. 24th.
All-Stars   vs   Directors,   Nov. 27th. I
Shop   vs   City,   Nov. 29th,
Office    vs    All-Stars,    Nov.   .10th.
Directors   vs  City.   Dec. Ist.
All-Stars   vs   Shop,    Dec. tth.
Office   vs   Directors   Der. 6th.
Shop   vs   Office.   Dec. 7th.
City   vs   All-Stars.   Dec. Bth.
Directors   vs   Shop.   Dec, llth.
City    vs    Office,     Dec.   ISth.
All-Stars   vs   Directors,   Doc. 14th.,
Shop   vs   City,   Dec. 15th.
Office   vs   All-Stars,   Dec. 18th.
Directors   vs   City.    Dec, 20th.
All-Stars    vs    Shop,    Dec. ..'1st.
Office   vs   Directors.   Dec. 22nd.
Shop     vs     Office,     Dec.   27th.
City   vs   All-Stars,   Dec. 28th.
Directors   vs   Shop.   Der. 29th.
City   vs   Office,   Jan. 3rd.
All-Stars    vs    Directors,   Jan, 4th.
Shop    vs    City.    Jan. fith.
Office   vs   All-Stars.   Jan. 8th.
Directors   vs   City,   Jan. 10th.
Alt-Stars   vs   Simp,   Jan, llth.
Office   vs   Directors,   Jan 12th.
Shop    v»    Office,    Jan.   I6tll.
City   vs   All-Stars.   Jan. 17th.
Directors   vs   Shop.   Jan, 18th.
City     vs    Office,    Jan.   19th,
All-Stars   VB   Directors,   Jan. 22nd.
Shop   vs   City,   Jan. 24th,
Office   vs   All-Stars,   Jan. 26th.
Directors   vh   City,   Jan, 26th,
All-Stars   vs   Shop.   Jnn. 29th.
Office vh  Directors,  Jan. Silt,
(lamrs tn commanre at H.JO. Pnilflr.
Ladies' Coats
Greatly Reduced
Friday and Saturday we will
sell our entire stock of Ladies'
Coats at prices lower than the
makers. These coats are all
good styles from Canada's best
designers and indudeall this seasons novelty features. See our
windows and get some idea of
the values we are offering.
This is an exceptional opportunity for keen buyers, com*
ing as it does at the commencement of the cold weather.
Regular $24 to $30 coats for $18.00
Regular up to $20 values for $14.00
Reductions in Millinery
Let us show you what a
pretty, smart Trimmed Hat
you can buy for $4.50. Many
models worth twice this money.
McCreery Bros.
Cranbrook's Dry Goods and Clothing Stores
.Nothing will give greater satisfaction to the
recipient than a gift of Furniture for Christmas.
Look over our large and well selected stock before
making your Christmas purchases. We have
something to suit every purse.
C C O-
XMIHIRV  AVE.
Will You Havc a Merry Christmas?
•A'itl everybody, from baby to the old folks have reason to be happy?
Yes, if San'a Claus Brings
tlieet meest dollgbtfu] auei entertaining eef all ee,;ie.i<a] [ntttrumenta
TDK   SEW
Edison Diamond DisK Talking Machine
CAUL AND HEAH THK MOW DISK A.M. AMBEROLA ItK* ORDS
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THB CRANBROOK HERALD
THURSDAY, NOV. 30th, 1916
TIIK CHAN ltltO OK UK KALI)
Issued   Weekly   by   The  Cranbrook
Herald, Limited.
T. II. Kav, Editor and Manager
(.'ranbrook, I*. ('. November 80th, 191ti
PATRIOTIC Fl'M) ALLOWANCES.
A great deal oC misapprehension exists concerning, who ure, and who ure
not, entitled to allowances from the
Patriotic Fund, nnd to what extent.
The following list has beeu drawn up
to explain the basis on which allowances ure determined:
To the dependents of soldiers below
the rauk of sergeant the Government
pays a separation allowance of $20.00
per montii and as a condition requires
tho soldier to asstgu al least $16.00 per
montii of hla pay. Assuming that the
Boldler's dependents have only this
monthly Income of $35.00 the Patriotic
Fund supplements it by allowances
ranging (rom $6.00 to $4u.uu according
to the size uf tbe family, its stale of
health and other conditions affecting
its nct'ds.
Tho rates on which tin* allowances
in this district are at present based
are as follows:
Childless wives $10,00; wives who
are mothers $17.50 and an ndditlon
for each child up to tho maximum or
$40.00 as follows:- child over 10 yenrs
$7.50, child between 6 and 10 years
$4.50, child under 6 years, $3.00. No
allowances are made for children of
15 years or over.
These are maximum rates nnd are
further subject to a maximum allowance of $4o.uo for any oue family regardless of its size.
Allowances are based on the assumption that $35.00 per montii is tho
sole income.
Employment of Dependents.—Where
a dependent has hail regular employment before the soldier's enlistment,
thero Is no reason why such should bo
discontinued, unless it Is to take care
of her children, and money so earned
must be tuken into account in determining the amount or assistance required.
Dependent's Debts.—Dependents
must pay their current expenses such
us rent and tho purchase of clothing
and foot!. If they fail to do this, their
allowance may bo withdrawn.
Transportation.—The Head Office of
the Fund lias ruled that no monetary
assistance is granted towards the
transportation of dependents desiring
to go overseas.
No dependents of Commissioned
Officers, living in this district, receive
auy assistance rrom the Fund.
Allowances from the Fund to dependents erase for the following reasons: Dependents leaving tin- country;
soldier discharged from active service;
death or the soldier In action.
Regarding the death of soldiers, it
has been decided that assistance may
be rendered in the form of loans,
amounts so advanced to be repaid upon
receipt of the first pension cheque.
Assistance from the Patriotic Fund
then ceases.
this week,  vlsltlug the Duncans.
Last week there was a man in Manitoba fined five dollars for spanking
his mother in-law. If that's all-It
costs, there is liable to be lots of fun
in Manitoba'.
Society Is quite lively now and will
uo doubt continue su until after the
Christmas holidays. Wiiat's the mat*,
ter with the Cold Nosed Whist Club
these nights und the young people getting up a big patriotic dance?
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. KlenglnBmtth
motored to Fernie last week-end.
lt pays to advertise If you know how.
Business Is good. Say It. Think lt.
Look pleasant. Be pleasant. Don't be
like the minister. So sad that when he
said grace it froze his cocoa.
George Mclntyre, of Vancouver, \
in Klko this week.   As full of brotherly love as n camp meeting.
DECLINE SUBSTITUTES
on Sunday morning even though it was
rntbor stormy. On account of the In-
iliiiiney of Un* weather Uev. Key-
worth did not pay his fortnightly visit
to town on Monday night.
The steam boiler inspector was In
town <in Sunday, thereby giving the
engineers plenty lo keep them busy
during tho day.	
FORT STEELE
The Patriotic Society suhscriplons
for Sept. mounted to $-C. The list of
monthly subscribers Is us follows:
A. Doyle, $5; K. L, T. Galbraith, $5;
Chas, Malr, $5; H. Kershaw, $2,60;
K ']'. Richardson, $2.50; Keg. Baker,
$2; Mrs. F. O. Cann, 50c; Miss Mason,
fl; G. s. Baker, fl; A. J* Ore?., $1;
V. Mayo Bate 50c.
The Venerable Archdeacon Beer,
of Kaslo. held morning and evening
services at llie English Church here
on Sunday last. Ho administered the
Holy Communion Service and also
tho Ib.ly Kite of Baptism, the latter to
Alfred Watson.
Mr. Wallace, formerly Divinity Student of Prosbytorlan Church, has written to friends stating he is well, living In a dugout in tho midst of devastation "Somewhere In France", pileB
of bricks an* the only marks to show
where towns liave stood.
Visitors in lown la-rt week were:
A. W. Mack, representative of Th*
Simon Saw Co; Kiuil Banks, Gold
Bug King, who was on bis way to the
Victor Mine; Mr. and .Mrs. Gdorgc
Hogarth, Cranhrook, and Mr. A. Flel-
nb:
ok.
Mr. and Mrs. Brennen and family
havo moved from the ranch where they
have been for several montlis and will
farm on Mr. Birch's laud, six miles out
of town,
Mr, w. Plerco, ot C. P. R., Calgary,
ami Mr. Fleming, New York, were In
town on 23rd, on 24th they left for
invermere and from there went on to
Cnlgnry.
Mr. Harshaw. Supt. C. P. R„ Cranhrook, and Mr. G, Erickson passed
through   Fort   Steele  Thursday   last.
Jonnle Walsh has been declared
physically lit for thc navy and wilt
join in the near future.
Archie t'liisholm has already joined
and beginning his duties.
Wm. Anderson was a visitor in town
last week-end.
Miss Doris Kershaw wus home for
a short visit on Friday,
KLKO NOTES ItV IHV.U 1(00
Look pleasant ChrlstmaB will soon
r   Horns   from   Two   Medicine
Itooseville Valley, was in town
WALDO
The Waldo courthouse presented
I very busy appearance ou Monday
morning, which was accounted by the
ifact of tho trial of tbe Kusslans und
Hindoos who were participants iu the
disturbance which took place In th
! Waldo Hotel about a week ugo. The
case was tried before Government
Agent 1 low-all of Fernie. and lasttxl all
day. The Kusslans were defended by
JA. 1. Fisher, of Femle, nud the Hin
dOOS had us tlieir representative S.
. Herchmer, also of Ferule. As a result
of the trial .Nick Costillan, Tom Jan
Inks and Steve Coma, were fined $20
and costs, Nick Crook, Joe Mclnslck,
I'ete Sukovicb, Alex Zinook and Mike
Meluslck wen* mulcted in $10 and
costs, and the Hindoos. Suntu Singh,
Jager Singh, Sadagar Singh and Pakhar Sing also received the same penal*
ty. These gentlemen in addition to
tbeir fines had to toot tlie 'lot-tor's bill
for his attention to them.
Mr. Victor Josephson, who has been
acting in lho capacity of G. N. Station
Agent here for the pas" twelve months
will leave for ReXford, Montana,
Docembor 2nd lo assume similnr
duties.
Mr. A. .1. Joule. I P.. of Baynes Lake
left tliis week for an extended visit to
his daughter at the coast.
1). Huge, Manager of the Citizens
Lumbor Company. Lothbrldge, was a
business visitor to town la.r. week-end.
Geo. Welsby. Chief of the ProUll-
cial Police, was in town on official
husiness tliis week.
Howard McGulre bad the misfortune
to lose tho half tf one of his fingers
this week while In the net of unhitching a horse.
Geo. A. Mclntyre ami J. W. Green of
Vancouver, were husiness visitors to
town several days last week.
H. E. Murray, Chief Forester. Cranbrook. paid a visit to town in an official capacity last week-end.
The whist drive and supper which
was given in Adolph's Hall on Friday
evening last hy the junior members
of the I. O. I), IC, proved a huge suc-
css. A large number of Waldo people attended, and several of tlie whist
prizes were brought hack to town.
Mr. Pye, Manager of the Haker Lumber Company's Store here is visiting
this week with bis family in Cranbrook
Chris. Turner, who has been employed by the Koss Saskotoon Lumber
Company for a number of years in the
capacity of hush superintendent, left
his week, accompanied by bis brother
Duncan, on a visit to his old home in
he Fast, and expects to remninn there
all winter.
Tho first snow fall of the season
took place on Saturday and continued
tht
ek.
DISTRICT NEWS
MOV IF
F. G. Wrigbtson, of Golden, B.C., nr-
rlved on Wednesdny aud has accepted
the position aa Master Mechanic for
Consolk'.ated t'ompany here.
The lessees or St. Eugene Mine shipped two-cars of ore lust week lo Tr,     :
Smelter.
Philip Conrad was a business visitor
in Craubrook on Monday.
.. social dance was given in Koote-
day evening.
A  c,   McFarlane, John Tay-
""-h   W ir,  .1    W.   Pitch,   W.   II.
Laird and P. V. Stevens attended the
Liberal meeting In Cranhrok on Thursday.
The Tube- Mill sent from Trail for
concentrator here was unloaded Thurs
day.
WYCLIFFE
Skating parties have been (lie order
of the week. One took place on Saturday last as well as one on Wednesday
and Friday evenings. The place of
rendezvous was the Tuylnr-West pond,
and it Is certain that all those who
tok the trouble to walk the two intervening miles between there and town
had a very fine time.
Mr. S, G. Clark has made a couple
of visits to the eity of Craubrook during lhe week on business for the O.S.
Lumber Co.
A. considerable number of men have
been taken on iu the logging camps
this week, half a dozen being added to
the pay roll on Saturday alone.
Mr. Rider Is spending the week-end
at his ranch having come from the
"tall timbers" to spend that time with
his family.
Dr. Green gave Wycliffe a call on
Sunday last.
A few days ago Charley Tyler, late
of Wycliffe, returned from tlie city to
get bis piano which he had left here for
the Red Cross dance. The boys all
agree that Chnrley is a "good bead."
By the way, on account of the many
expenses, the proceeds of the R. C.
dance are completely used up, beside
a little extra.
On Monday the saw mill began running at fi-.SO a.m. and stopping at 6.30
p.m., thereby making a day of eleven
hours.
Wo are sorry to hear thnt Mr F.
Taylor hns resigned his position of
stenographer In the company's office.
Frank Intend:-, leaving for his home ln
Spokane  about  fChristmas  tlmo.
Messrs. D. Foster nnd J. Braithwalte took In the dance in Cranhrook
last Thursday night and seemed well
pleased witb their evening's enjoyment when tbey returned ibe following
morning on the train.
Tho honor of obtaining the first deer
of tbe season belongs I" Frank Charters, fireman on the Gil spot engine,
The deer wns young and of the whlte-
tall species, nevertheless, Frank Is
well iintlsfied with hit! day's sport. j
Sunday ichou] wnn held ar, ur.ual
Tin- cow-punchers on Tobacco
Plains held a big meeting this week at
tho quarter-clrclo-three-ranch and
they propose holding a big round-up
dance with all the trimmings In the
near future. There were representatives from tbe following ranches. The
Wild Goose, The U-Bar. Bar-H-Bar,
Lazy-Hank, Diamond-Six and others.
.So; (iit yo' little cage hens ready,
Trot 'em out upon the floor;
Line up, thnr, you cusses steady.
Lively, now, one couple more.
Shorty! shed that old sombrero;
Broncho!   douse  thnt  cigarette.
Stop tbat singing Cinnamon Tommy.
For the ladies now all set,
Ou with the dance, let joy be uncon-
flned.
Contractor W. Woods left for Spokane this week after more men and
teams and more timber.
'I'll" poet may sing "Oh for tha
Wings of a Dove," hut we'll take the
leg of a goose for ours.
Running-Wolf, Flying-Bird, Eagle-
Feather, Chase-In-Tho-Morning, and
Creeping-Bear, came in Trom the came
j preserves  this  week  with  goods.
.Mrs. Hugh Watt, who left some time
ago for California on receipt of a telegram stating that her son Ross Jennings wns sick, returned this week.
1 Ross, who is well known in Fort Steele
und Cranbrook, is out of danger und
getting along fine.
W. A. Wllmot, Pre-emption Inspector
was In Elko this week on business.
Venison with black-currant jelly is
a regular dish In Elko these days and
tbe fish Idling to beat old Isaac, and
tbe big red apples still a rolling.
; Clothes, said a travellln tailor In
Elko this week, should match the hair.
If that's a fact it should he a great
help to a h-.ild-hcndcd man.
Pat. Murphy, Mtko Malonoy and Ter-
ranco O'Shanc, three Swede proBpect-
!ors, are registered at the Elk Hotel,
from Spokane, this week.
I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kerr with Mr. and
■ Mrs. J. Thomson, motored to Wardner
Oils Soothe
Skin Disease
Oil of wintergreen, thymol, glycerine nnd other healing IngredientB compounded In proper proportion Into the
D. I). D. Prescription has now become
the universal ravorite of skin sufferers
in relieving skin disease. It is a mild
wash that penetrates the porei and
gives Instant relh>r from all burning
and itch ng. it kills and washes eff
tne run wing disease germs and Ms
nothing oils quickly heal the inflamed tissues.
feme to ns nnd wo will tell you
mon about this remarkable remedy.
Vour money hack unless the first bottle relieves you. D. D. D. Soap keep-*
vour skin healthy.   Ask nnout It.
Df\   f\    For  15 Yenrs
. V* V* tho    Standard
Skin    Horncdf
Cranbrook Drug -t Book Co.,
Cranbrook.
ANOTHER WOMAN TELLS
How Vinol Made Her Strong
Beailsvilie, Ohio.—"I wish all nervous, weak, run-down women cnuld
have Vinol. I was so run-down, weak
aud nervous I could not sleep. Kvery-
tlilng I ate hurt me, and the medicine
I tiad taken did me no good. I decided to try Vino], and before long I
could eat anything I wanted and could
Bleep all night. Now I am well and
otrong, and in better health than I
have l«cn for vears.—Mm. Anna
M1M.I80N, Beailsvilie, Ohio.
We guarantee Vinol for all run-down,
weak and debilitated conditions.
Cranbrook Drug & Book Company
Cranbrook,   B. C.
Also at the best druggists in all B. C.
towns.
for a fine
complexion
you must do something more
than use cosmetics. You must
keep the blood pure, the liver
and kidneys active and the
bowels regular. You must also
correct the digestive ills that
cause muddy skin and dull eyes.
SeechaiDsS
Pills
offersputhe needed help. They
are mild in action, but quickly
strengthen the stomach, gently stimulate the liver and regulate the bowels. They put tne
body in good condition so the
organs work as nature intended. Backed by sixty years of
usefulness, Beecham s Pills
are worth a
guinea a box
EKftxtfett with Eurr B«i af $***— ViInI'**m
UU Mmwktr-.. In buat, tt ctata.
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate uf Improvements
NOTICE
Mizpnh Mineral Claim, situate In tlio
Fort Steele Mining Division of Kootenay Dlstrlot. Where Located: On
Mark Creek, about two miloH west of
Kimberley.
TAKE NOTICE that Elgin E. Jones,
Preo Miner's Certlfente No. 1179736,
intends, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mning Hecorder for
a Certilieate of lmprovemonta. for thc
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of
above claim, and further take notice
that action under section 85, must be
commenced before tbe issuance 0f
such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 1st day of December A. D.
191G. 48-9t.
TIMBEK SALE NO.UU
Sealed tenders will be received by
the Minister of hands not later than
noon on tho 20th day of December,
Hilt;, for tho purchase of Llcenec No.
184, to cut 1,500,000 feet of merchantable timber on nn area adjoining S. L.
15 of L, 41181, Nr. Peavlne Creek, Kootenay District. Two (2) yenrs will bo
allowed for removal of timber,
Further particulars of the Chief
Forester, Victoria, tl. C, or District
F'orester, Cranbrook, B. C. tt-4t
50<>
FOR A
PINE FOREST
People with bronchitis, asthma,
ind long trouble* benefit very
much by living amongst Pine
trees. Why? Because they
breathe the healthy aroma of the
Pines. Peps contain beneficial
Pine essencea, together with their
medicinal ingredients; and for 50c.
you may bring Into your home a
veritable Pine forest. Peps are
tablets made up of Pine extracts
snd medicinal essences, which
when put into the mouth turn
Into healing vapors. These arc
breathed down direct to the lungs
throat and bronchial tubes—no\
swallowed down to the stomach,
which ls not ailing. Try a Nc.
box of Peps for your cold, your
cough, bronchitis or asthma. All
druggists and stores or Peps Co.
Toronto, will supply
uutl noon Sunday which gladdened tho
hearts of our local nimrods who were
scouring tho woods ln force on the
Sabbath, but although large numbers
of deer wero seen only two were
brought to town.
C. A. Christy, of Mission, B. C, waa
In town this week on Government business.
S.Wheelan, W. Ross and Geo. Fry,
all of Fernie, were visiting with
friends over the week end.
VICTOR MINK I'KOGHESNIXG.
Under date of Nov. 29. our Fort
Steelo correspondent sends the following:—
The Victor Silver Lead Mining Co.,
liave now completed their trail from
their claims at tho head of Mouse
Creek to the valley. They have had
a crew of 12 men at work for four
weeks, and the supplies for winter will
soon be all put in.
Several men will be kept at work
attending to the lower tunnel where
they have a fine body of ore.
Admiral
Jellicoe
looks for
Canadians
The Royal Naval
Canadian
Volunteer Reserve
Overact, Diviaion
will enrol 2000 men of good
character and good physique
for immediate aervice overaeaa,
in the Britiah Navy.
Par ,1.10 par day and up
Separation allowance $20.00 monthlr
Free Kit
For further parlieslar, apply te
Apply to Nearest NbysI
Recruiting Station
or lo the Department of   th.
Naval Service, Ottawa.
AUDITORIUM
Friday, Dec. ist
The Finest Dramatic Event ever given in this part of
Canada
TIIK FUNNIEST PLAY IN   TIIE   WORLD
TWINBEDS
A Furiously jolly comedy of apartment-house life
lis clean, It's hum.in. nml oil! it's so funny.
Then* Is not hint; like II mill nolhlufr *iusl us good',
Poalllvoly iee. passes issued fin- thle; iie'rfienieitiie'i'.
Prices--$i.50, $1.00, 75 cts.
Seat -Sale Tuesday, Nov. 28th
TI.HBKK HALE NO. 707.
Sealed tenders will be received by
the Minister of Lands not later than
noon on tlie 20th dny of December,
1910, for the purchase of Licence No.
707, to eut 2,124 cords of Jack Pine
Mine Props, on an area adjoining Lot
9795, Aldridge, Kootenay District. One
11) year will be allowed for removal
of timber. Further particulars cf thc
Chief Forester, Victoria. B. IC, ,-or
District Forester, Cranbrook. B. C.
48-4t.
TENDERS FOR
WOOD
We are prepared to receive tenders to December 15th, 1916, for supply
of Five Hundred (500)
cords dry Tamarac wood,
cut in even twelve inch
lengths and properly
loaded In box: pars at
your nearest siding. The
wood must be dry, sound,
sawn in even lengths and
free from fire blackened
sticks. Small percentage
of pine not objected to.
TATE GOAL COMPANY
141 Illver St., West
MOOSE JAW        ■ SASK.
RAW FURS
Wanted
Trappers. Farmers,
Ranchers!
It does not cost you anything to
OET OUR CASH OFFER
on your furs.   Kxpress them to us
WE'LL PAY ALL CHARGES
over a $5.00 valuation.   We make
you our offer
AND HOLD YOUR FURS
for your reply, returning them
AT OUR EXPENSE
if not purchased.   Try us
In Business Since 1888
Send for Price List.
Special price paid for Dark Martin
Mackay & Dippie
318 8th Avenue, Calgary, Alta.
Moved to better
Quarters
Our trade hoB grown so r»p-
ltlly since opening up ■ Ment
.Market 11 fen" necks ago that ne
liave been able this week to
move to larger and better Quarters a few doors nearer Baker
street. Uur store Is two doors
nest nl the old Prospector
office, where we hope many turn
customers, as well as old, wlll
call and see ns.
FBES1I  KILLED MEATS ALL
THE   TIME
City Meat Market
W. II. BLACK, Mgr.
i    IMHIltS   WEST   OF   OLD
I'ROSI'ECTOB OFFIt'E
1*11 one •-*»;
ROYAL HOTEL
Every Room Steam Heated
Hot and Cold Water
Dining-Room Re-opened
tinder tlin Management of James Wilson, well known chef.
ALL   WHITE   HELP
Short Orders at all hours ot tlie day or nlnlit. Nothing served
but the best, and service, of the best.
Regular Meals 35c
Wo aim to make the Royal Hotel Dining Itoom the most popular
eating placo In tho city. Try It onco and you will bo a steady
customer.
MAKE  TIIE  KOVAL   YOUR   STOPPING   PLACE   IN
CRANBROOK
A VITAL QUESTION-* LIVING ISSUE
AUDITORIUM
OPERA     HOUSE
- 0 X E   N 1 Ci IIT -
EVERY WOMAN PAYS
THE PRICE
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9TH
VV. B. HHKKMAN Presents
A play tliat will hr lng tears to your  eyes,  smiles  to  your  cheeks,
throbs to your hearts and will make you better for having
seen it.
THE GIRL HE COULDN'T DUY
BY SUMMER NICHOLS
No mother or daughter—-especially those who have to earn
their own livelihood—can afford to miss this gront i>lny.
A story that will please every
woman and every man who
cherishes and respects womanhood.
Seat Sale at Bruit le.MurpliyN Dm? Store.
Prices
50c, 75c and $1.00
NOTICE TO BUSY HOUSEKEEPERS
WATCH OUR WINDOWS for Special Prices on
SATURDAY
Reduction on BEEP CUTS and BUTTER.
ECONOMY is of itself a great REVENUE
P. DURNS & CO., LIMITED
White Star--Dominion Line
Portland, Me.—Halifax—Llvorpool
CHRISTMAS   SAILINGS
Twin screw S.S. "SOUTHLAND", li'KHI teens.
Frum Portland, .Mr. December ."atI,l llulll'ui December Hike
Twin screw S.S. "CANADA" HUMO lum,
rriini Portland, llrrcmher llllll; llul ill. *.. December Kill.
ONLY ONE CLASS CABIN AT $r,r..()U up* anel Tlilril CIiihh $:I3.7G eenrrli'il
At Portlnnel inillis mn lllemgHlllee teteeitlllKllili dock, huggllgc clieckieil
through tee steamer In honil, no trouble. Willi rutetoms. I'asHcngors may
embark prevlomi evening.
For further Information apply to Company's ofllco, 619 Second
Ave., Seattle, A. E. Dlsnoy, Agent, or Uculo & Klwell; J. W. Spence,
Agent, C. p. It., Crnnbrook.	
CRANBROOK
Cottage Hospital
PRIVATE MATERNITY HOME
COMFOBTABLE ACCOMMODATION
FOB PATIENTS AWAITING!
ACCOCCIIMENT
Termi Moderate, Plensnnt Sllnatlor*
•nd well equipped. Write for Pres.
pectus  te
MRS. A. SALMON, Matron
P. 0. Box 84* Telephone lit
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MQIIOB ACT, 191(1
(Section 42)
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thnt
on thee first day of December next application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of tho hotel Ucenso to sell
liquor by retail ln thc hotel known
as tho Wasa Hotel, Bltteute at Wasa,
near Cranbrook, In the Province of
British Columbia.
Dated this 7th day of November 1916.
Tlie UnlonlBt Investment Co., Ltd.
J. H. Quartly General Manager   for
tho Company.
46-«t Aad THURSDAY, NOV. 30th, 101(1
THB CRANBROOK HBIULD
Make
your Christmas
Selections now
We'll gladly receive
.hew for yon.
Don't wait until the
hint moment, when our
murk Is depleted— when
tho best and prettiest
things nre gone—when
vou iiiiiI our salesmen
nre crowded for tlmo,
Shop now! Como In
today nnd look over our
vory compote stock at
ynur lelsi.ro, We hIuiII
be glut! to rOBervo your
orders until you cal) for
them.
TO WIN  TOPICS
Shop early.
Kilby PYaracB Pictures.
Mrs. Harry Brown    of Creston
visiting Mrs. 0. P. Tlsdule.
Shop early.
Hev. W. K. Thomson will continue
Ills series of sermons ut the evening
service, subject. "What is it to be
Saved."
PAGE TURKU
Rev. W  K. Thomson of Knox Pres-
byterlun    Church    v,M\    deliver    bis
j monthly address to the children   on
Binning has photos to suit al! bank Sunday morning.
rolls.   He won't take your last dollar.
Only 20 shopping days until Christmas.
w.
H. WILSON
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BSSSSBJr.
Shop early.
Kilby repairs
shades.
umbrellas and sun-
;   Attend to your  Insurance  policies
i and see Beale & Klwell,
A large assortment of Children's
Flexible Sleds, Sleighs and Baby
Sleighs on sale now at the Model Variety Store.
Dorothy Helen, little daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Worthlngton, was successfully operated upon yesterday at
St. Eugene Hospital.
Wltli every dollar's worth nf goods
purchased wo will givi
torlnl Review Pattern.       W, !>- Hill
Healc & Klwell have been asked to
sell n small cottage on Lumsden Ave.
Price is only $400.    Easy terms. Ap-
free une I lc-   ,ltv llt once to jk,a](l & Elwell.
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CRANBROOK
MEAT   MARKET
We lune Rome splendid STE EH
BKRF of our own killing, on
hand. And se\ernl nf our cus-
UtfttH are buying ft hj the quarter, thereby saving money and
pnitldiiig for the \\inter.
Ollt PORK iy young and
grain fed. (all at the market
ai;d see for yourself uur *.*il*-n.
illd show.
S.VOKRI) MEATS. Ill TTE It
and EGOS.
Miss llertha llniwu is In St. EugotlQ   .
himpltnl suffering from a severe at- ,
tack of rheumatism. L
We are carrying a full line nf hunts
and   hIiocs.-   Cranbrook   Kxchangc, -
Vrmstrong Ave. i'
Mr. ('. B\ Hayes, editor of tlie ('res-
inn Review, was a woek-ond visiter in
Cranbrook,
Ensign Korr win conduct services
In the Salvation Army Hull un Sun-
i day nexl.
| Mrs. John Leask returned on Sunday
from the coast where she has been
(Visiting fnr a few weeks.
! The Methodist Ladles' Aid will meet
at the home of Mrs. Clapp on the afternoon of Wednesday, Dec, 6th, at 3 p.m.
We are enrryiug a full line of boots
and Bhoes.— Cranbrook Exchange,
Armstrong Ave.
Kimberley lots for sale—Apply to
Bealo & Elwell, sole agents for the
Townslte Co.   Titles guaranteed.
ni want photos for yourself or
fnr Christmas, you had better
au early appointment at Bin
NOW IS
THE TIME
to send somt Zam-Buk to your
soldier friend at iht front. Witb
lhe coming of cold weaihtr. tb*
men In tbo tronchos aU anfftr, mor*
or less, wtth chapped hands, oold
cracks, chilblains and cold aorat,
and tb* soldier -who has soum
Zam-Buk on hand to apply immediately any of these painful ailment*
make their appearance, will pt
saved hour* of suffering.
Pte. E. Westfleld of "C" Company, 3rd Worcester Regiment
writes; " We wish our friend*
would send us out more Zam-Buk.
It is splendid for sore hands, cold
cracks, cold lores, etc.
Nothing ends pain and heali so
quickly as Zam-Buk, ind being
germlrida), It prevents blood-poisoning.
SOc. boi. 3 for 11.36, ill druggists or Zam-Buk Co., Toronto.
KMB
egular mooting of Knox Church
Aid will mool  with Mrs. liar- |
ui Wednesday afternoon, Dec.!
8.30 o'clock.    Secretary,
Do your Christmas shopping early,
do not full to visit Santa Claus' head-
Commonctng Saturday, Her. 2nd, we
wil give ii if,', discount on Children's
Swentors, Suits ant) Hats, at the Model
Variety Store,
Fresh dried fruits In, choice bulk
currants 26c lb,, 2 lbs 45c; Yellow Sultanas 25c n lb., 2 lbs. 45c; Seeded Raisins 16c n pkg,; orange and lemon peel
SOc a lh.; Citron peel 36c a lb.—Cranhrook Trading Co.
Ranch to Let—1*80 acres near Mayook, fine bungalow .10 x 50 ft; barn,
granary and other buildings; a number
of acres cleared and ready for the
plow; suitable for stock nnd dairy.—
Apply for terms to Benle & Elwell,
Cranhrook. B. C.
Mr. and Mrs. C, P, Arnett were the
guests of friends in the city over the
week-end on their way from Bull
River Palls, where they have spent the
quarters at the Model Variety Store. |pagt  eighteen  months, to .Spokane.
  I Thoy expect to return to Bull River In
The many friends of Mrs. John Slmw ■ the spring.
will be please'd to know that she is re-  ,
covering free,,, her recent Illness. A mm, (Usrmmt glym ,„ „„ gml.
day Schools this year, buying pres-
Mrs.  A.  C   Blaine  entertained    a   ents fnr Christmas trees, at the Model
number  of friends  to  a   progressive Vnrley Store.
500  party Saturday afternoon.    Mrs.
W. P. Cameron was the prize winner.
Ladles! We will give you free one
Pictorial Review pattern with a purchase of one dollar at this store.—W,
D, Hilt.
Our complete line of Toys, Dolls,
Books. China, and Fancy (Joods arc
now on display for Christmas, shoppers, at the Model Variety Store.
Apples $1,*m a box, .1 hexes at ll.T.'i
a box. A ear of choice Creslon apples
just In, eoiiHiKling of Mcintosh Ited**,
Wealthy, Jonathan. Spy, Wagner nnd
Rome Keiint). a few boxes of small
sire Jonathans nt #l.:.n a box.—The
Cranbrook Trading Co.
Rink Will Open
as soon as
Weather Permits
nnd every Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings thereafter, weather
permitting, alsn open on
Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday   afternoons,
GOOD ICE AM)
GOOD    MUSIC
Benson   Tickets      sum •
Warner and McKay
Phono ins
TIIK STEAL IJfSTITUTR
. II   Only   („k,.s   ||ir |„vs   f(lr   ,]l(,
Noo Treatment, Rrldny, Saturday and
Sunday UncH |„ your leuslness „ii
Monday tooling better than y.u, ove*r
eliel before, he fad :i now man.—Neal
Inatltuto,   Cranhrook, B. 0.
Photos
by
Binning
make
Acceptable
Xmas
Gifts
Make an Early
Appointment
Phone 97
Several inches of simw fell last
week and the ground Is now covered
with a white blanket though the
sleighing ns yet Is poor. The weather took a milder turn last week-end
and at one time it looked like a thaw,
but nn Tuesday night turned colder
again,
A few articles for the soldiers: —
Cocoa. '4 lb tin 16c; gum. 5c pkg., 75c
a box; Chocolate Bars 5c & 10c each;
Oxo in cubes 16c tin; Dates 15c & 20c
pkg.; Peanut Butter 20c, 25c & 30c:
Soups, all kinds, 5c per package, -
Cranbrook Trading Co.
Mr. Wm, Marshall has been appointed Deputy Collector of Inland Revenue
his appointment dating from the 17th
inst. He took over liis duties on the
27th from Officer R. II. Brown of Fernie. who has been looking after the
duties of the office hern since the vacancy occurred.
The rise in the temperature the first
of the week played havoc with the
calculations of the rink management
for opening Monday night. They have
a splendid sheet of Ice for s btttoni
now and with a couple of good cold
nights will be able to open tiie rink to
the public.
Our full Coat season has more than
fulfilled our expectations, True we
had bought very liberally but we
found we were pretty well sold up before the season was far advanced. We
were compelled to make a further purchase muny nf which have Just arrived.
Cvery gurment a model In Itself aB
we have no two models alike, the balance an; to be sold at the wholesale
price. Call and look them over while
the .sizes are complete.       W. D. Hill.
The local Methodist Church are
making splendid preparations for the
celebration of tlie 17th anniversary of
the opening of the church. The anniversary services will be held on Sunday, Dee. 10th und special features are
being introduced among which wilt be
the unveiling of a splendid Roll of
Honor of those who have gone from
the local church In the service of the
Empire, Full details will appear in
the columns of next week's paper.
Possibly no materials have met
with the same favor for Ladles' Separate Coats us has Salts "Rsquimette
Plush" and Satta "llaby Lamb," we
have sold, this season, 74 coats, wo
have still on hand something like 20
garments which we will sell at the
wholesale price. Note carefully the
quotation; a $14.00 coat, full length,
for $9.75; a $22.50 coat at $16.00; a
$27.50 coat at $18.75; each garment a
model of grace. W. D. Hill.
Christmas is rapidly approaching
and the stores are beginning to assume
a holiday air with their stocks of holiday goods for the early buyer. Those
who do their Christmas buying early
will not run the risk of being disappointed as sometimes happens when
purchases are left till the last minute,
and It certainly is more pleasant work
shopping when the clerks have plenty
of time to wait on their customers
than when the store ls crowded and
everyone wanting to be Berved at once.
The Royal Hotel have re-opened
their dining room with Mr. Jamea Wilson, the well-known chef, In charge.
It will he kept open night and day for
short orders and lunches, and will
also serve regular meals at 35 cents.
Nothing hut white help will be employed and the best of service will be
given to customers. The Royal Is one
of the hest equipped hotels in the city,
with steam heat, hot and cold water,
and catering to the travelling public
with a first-class dining room and
efficient service will undoubtedly receive a good share of their patronage.
We've Solved that Problem
The High Cost of Giving
Come in and let us .«how you, our large
and varieJ stock of TOYS, FANCY-
QUODS, LEATHER 0000*5, BOOKS &
QIFTS of all kinds at prices in many
cases lower than ever.
The Beattie-Murphy Co., Ltd.
•»• *\£3-i *n»w
A. C, Howness lias just completed
a new barn on his ranch near Wycliffe. The barn is ;19 x SO feet, fitted
up with cement foundations and underground stabling. The building is
fitted with a hay fork and slings and
also a steel windmill for crushing
.grain and pumping water. The barn
cost   nearly $.1000.
Ladies! We are showing today ei-
Clusivo styles In Lades' Separate
Coats Call and examine our Plush
Coats with Lynx Collar and Cuffs,
also Lynx trimmed skirt, Silk Poplin
lined, also our Push Coats, Red Fox
trimmed: our Plush Coats, Sable trimmed. These are positively New York's
latest fashion word.—W. D. Hill.
! The Y. M. C. A. campaign to secure
30,000 new members has been an un-
quallffod success all over, the mark
j set having been exceeded by nearly
', one-third, ihe totnl number of new
members obtained being 38,124. Cran-
! brook was asked to secure fifty new
1 members, and succeeded In securing
58 during the month, which will bring
tho total membership of the "local
organisation to 130.
An epidemic of of virulent hi grippe
hns struck tho city during the last
week or so and few families have
escaped, At a conservative estimate
there have heen over two hundred
eases, In many of which the patients
have been seriously 111 und bed-fast
I for some time. The mnlady hns nb-
Bolutely no regard for person, place,
or position, business men nnd errand
hoy. mistress anil maid, young nnd
old being equally susceptible.
The Cranbrook Womens Institute
is expecting Miss Hays, Domestic
Science teacher of the Nelson School,
to be present and give n two day's
course in cookery &(•„ about Dec. 28th.
This course is open to members only,
but nny other Indy mny attend by paying n fee of fifty cents which will oIbo
Intake them a member for the ensuing
year. Time and place will be announced Inter.
The postponed annual meeting of
I the Agricultural Society, called for
j Wednesday afternoon, ngaln failed to
iinii'crlnllze. There was the grnnd
I total of four present, Including tho
| President and Sec rotary, It doessoem
la shnmo that there should be Bliall a
I woeful luek of Interest In an organ-
: Izatlon which could mean ho much
; to the community, and unless more
Interest is shown in tho nffnlrs of
the Society there will be no fall fair
next yonr. Unions tlio annual meeting Is belrl aire! the returns submitted
tn thn Onvernmcnt before January ao
grant wlll Iw given for mat yaw.
MRS. SUCK'S LETTER
j To Mothers of Delink Children
Palmyra, Pa—"My little girl had a
oleronio i'eeu>*le and waa ao thin you could
count ber rib*., and ahe bad no appetite.
Notteing wee gave heer aeeemed to help her,
until one day Mrs. Xeibert aaked ne to
try Vinol, and now she is hungry all tbe
time*, leer e-oitf,'h is gone, she ia stouter
and has a more* healthy color.    I wlih
overy mother who has *a delicate child
would try Vinol."—Mrs. Ai.Fun Slack.
We guarantee* Vinol, our non-secret
tonic,    to    make    delicate    children
healthy and strong.
Cranbrook Drug & Book Company
Cranbrook,   B. C.
Also at the beat druggista In all B. C.
towns.
Fur.NI>,   Stray pony. .Owner   ran
leave same on paying expenses.  Apply
A. J.   Smith. Moyle,   B. C.        46-31
WANT ADS.
2c per word for tlrst week, tad lc Der
word (or each week after.
FOR SALE-US Hens Brown Lff.
horns, halt pullets, half yearlings, one
dollar each.   A. Ruault, Cranbrook.
WANTED-Board and rooai, wilh
lirivnte family, by busineas man. State
terms.   Apply Herald Office.      48-lt*
MIST- A gold walch hetweei Mrs.
J. Smoke's nnil Mrs. Parker's house.
Finder kindly return to Mrs. J. Smoke.
48-lt
FOK  KENT, cheap, double stall la
warm stable, electric light, water,
storage room for hay and oats. Apply
phone 4L*5. 48-tf.
FOK
Springs,
cheap,
phone 18.
SALE— Enamel   Bed   and
In good condition, wlll sell
Inquire at Herald Office or
47-tf
WAXTEO   Dry  Cord  Wood, Jack
Pine or Tamarac by car load.  Sterling
Coal Company, Moose Jay, Saak. 47-21
FOK SALE Eight driving tram bro.
ken for riding und single, with democrat and harness complete, Ilrst class
condition—$1.75 cash. Apply C. Burgess, Waldo, B. C. 46-2t*
WANTED Inilae-trlous Men who taa
earn $100.00 per month and expenses
selling our products to Farmers. Must
leave* somee nie'aiis for starting Expenses nnd furnish Contract, signed by two
responslblo men. Address The w. T.
■Uwlelgh Co., Uel. Winnipeg, alas.,
living at*, occupation aa* tslnmts*.
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Our lien Full Range of Dressfroods in
the season's recognized materials, Sen.'*.**.
Gabardines, Tweeds, nnd lnsl but by nu
iiM'iins least wc nre featuring the lnsl word
from tin* fashion centres "Costume Cord"
uml Velveteens in nil the lending shades,
with suitable trimmings to match. Costume
Cord is favored bj man) us the leading
materials for lot,* Full uiul Midwinter.
IVe hnve siin » few Ladles' Separate
Coats in Suit's "Esqulmette Plush", Salt's
"Hub) I.uniii" uml Ocean Wave. Kver.T
garment u recognized model in  Fashion's
Critics,
price:—
All   lee   lei
I'l l.llll Coats lee
Ifi-'.M Coals f<
ji'-'T..",!! Ceeills fo
nlil ul tin- wholesale
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10.00
l*.7.->
Accompanying Coal Mmlil is one ne
eaa glie you for til.?;,, reg. price *ll.
W. D. HILL
Lntlics1 Wear Specialists
ilrmstrong Au
Perfect
Perfect
WRIGLEY
is sealed — that's the thing I
like about it. No matter when
or where I buy it, the flavor
is there — full strength, and
it's fresh and clean.
So I always make sure to
get Wrigley's in the sealed
package —it's the greatest five
cents' worth of beneficial enjoyment I can buy.
Write Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co. Ltd.,
Wrigley Building, Toronto,
for free jingle book by
the   Spearmen.
Chew
it after
every meal
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ISectlon 42)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
on the first day of rvreneleer next application will he made tee the Superintendent of Provincial Pollco for n--
newal of tlio hotel license to sell
liquor by retail In the liote-1 known
as the Central llote*l. situate- al Moyle
in the Province of Hrtlsh Columbia.
Dated this nth eluy of November,
MM.
T. BHMHL1UCIC,
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada. Limited
Ofllce, Smelting and Refining Department
TRAIL,   BRITISH COLUMBIA
S M K I, T BBS  AM)   REFINERS
I'un'linscr* of Hold. Silver. Conpcd and Lead Urea
TRAIL BRAND PIO LEAD, III.UKSTONK  AM) SPELTER t*AGB FOUR
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
THURSDAY. NOV. 30th, 1916
PROFESSIONAL  CARDS
GIRD A; SPREULL
Barristers, Etc.
W. F. (iuril G. ,1. Spreull
CBANBBOOE, B. C.
LODGE AND StIClKTY CARDS «§*»
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1)RS. KING & GHEE?,
Physicians nnd Surgeons
Office   at   residence,   Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICE HOURS
Forenoons   9.00 to 10.00
Afternoons 2.00   o   4.00
EvenlnBs  7 30 to   8.30
Sundays   230 tee   4.30
CRANBUOOK, B. C.
I.O.O.F.
KEY CITY LODGE, No. 42
Meets   every
Monday ulght
nt Fraternity
Sojourning   Oddfellows
rdlally invited.
II. McPHEB,        S. FYLES,
Secy. N. Q.
DR. P. H. SOXES
DENTIST
Ofllco In  Hftlison Blue'k
OFFICE HOURS
9 to 12 a m.
1 to   6 line.
CRANB'tOOK, B. C.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Criiuhrook, IL C.
Meets evt ry Tuesday at S p.m. ln
the Fraternity Hall
lt. C. Cnrr, C. C.
P. de Vere Hunt, K. R. & S.
1*. O. Box 022
Visiting brethren cordially Invited lo attend.
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CRANVHOOK COTTAGE
HOSPITAL
MaUrnnj i.iJ (leneral Nursing
Garden Ave.
Te, mB on Application
MRS. \. SALMON. Matron
Phone 259 P. O. Ueex S45
OVERSEAS CLUB
Mi,tee in Mnplu Hall second
Tueaday eel every month at 8
p. iu.
Membership eepen   to   British
citl/.e'lis.
Visliine; members cordially
welcomed
I-:, v. Brake,       J. F. Lower.
President Secretary
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WOMEN'S INSTITUTE '5KB
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Phone 34(1 P. O. Box 686
W. R. BEATTY
Funeral Dlroctor und Enilmlnier
Undertaking Parlors
Fenwick Ave, near Bilker St.
Hi
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Meets  ln  the
Maple    Hall
Ilrst   Tuesday
tternoon   of
^'SSsseajev. eevery   month
^S(i-SI//lefti
B.  McFarlane,
Secy, Mrs. John Shaw, P. O. Box 442
All ladies cordially Invited.
111 p.m.
s„ Mrs. W.
The Shoe Specialist
JOE MARAPODI
Satisfaction tlnarantced
Headquarters for all klnda of
Repairs
LAID LAW & DEWOLF
Civil and Mining Engineers
B. 0. Land Surveyors
CRANBROOK, B. C.
F. M. MACPHERSON
Undertaker
Day Phono SSS. Nlgllt I'lione lir,
Norbury Ave, next to City Hall
L.  JI. SMITH
HAT RENOVATOR
Ladies and Qontlomen'B Hats
Cleaned and Blocked
01,11 STILES REMODELLED
I'hono 201
Phone 111 1'* 0* llllx u
PROF. C. F. NIDD
Professor ol Music
Studio: 100 Armstrong Atr.
TIIE HOME BAKERY
Keelet. I rami', Prop.
Frcsn lirend, Cnkes, Pies
nud Pastry
Phone 37
Norbury Ave.      Opp. City Hall
P. A. PA UK Kit
Teacher of Violin
Open for Engagements
CRANBUOOK, B.C.
MRS. DOWNS,L.O.S.
Professional Midwifery Nurse
Apply- Hex   3,   Creston,  B.   C.
or Mrs. Tisdale'e Cranbrook.
FRANK PROVENZANO
General Morrhnnt
Employment Agent
P. 0. Box  108 Phono 244
CRANBROOK, B. C.
If vou want satisfaction
with vour washing
send it to
MONTANA LAUNDRY
Snecial nrlcns for familv
work
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Forwarding  and   Distributing
Agent for
Lethbridge I'oul
Xl-ltc Ponder
Imperial Ull Co.
Draylng nml Transferring
Olven prompt nttentlon
Phone 63
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THE
COEUR D'ALENE
Spokane, Washington
THE  HOTEL WITH A
PERSONALITY
This house has the
happy distinction ot being the favorite stopping placo in Spokane
for the people of llrltlsli
Columbia Wc appreciate
this patronnKO and do
everything In our power
to make you comfortable.
Our location ia excellent -
clone to Groat Northern Station
and 0. W. II. & N.- Mllwaukoo
terminal, and within a mlnuto'8
walk from tlie principal bualness
houses and places nf amusement,
See   HtauiiiNliIti   on   Hoot
Sealed tenders will be received by
the Minister of Lands not later than
noon on the (Ith day of December, 1916.
fur tlu* purchase of Licence .\'<). 017,
ii. cut 75,000 foot of Spruce and 1,880
cords of spnue mine props, on the
area known us Lot 11784, Kootenay
Hiver, Kootenay District. Om
year will bo allowed fnr thu removal
of timber, Further particulars of the
* 1.1* f Foroster, Victoria, n. C, or Dist
rirt Forester, Cranbrook, D. O.   48-lt
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TIMIIKH SAM: XO. 771.
Scaled tenders will he received by
tlie Minister of Lands not later than
noon on the tith day of December, 1916,
feir tlit. purchase of Licence No. 771, to
cut 110,000 teet eif spruce ond 1,440
e-nrils of Spruce mine proves, on an
area adjoining Lot 284, Kootenay River
Kootenny District. One (1) yonr will
bo allowed for removal of timber.
Further particulars of the Chief
Forester, Victoria, 11. C, or Dlstrlot
Forester, Oranbrook, 11. C,       .48-lt.
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DR. DeVAN'S FRENCH PILLS C.T.:
■rn mill ii* I'in for Wumun, jri n l.ox or threw for
|i'i.   .- ii'1 ut .'ll Priii* Btorci, or milled t<> »ny
Bddrcueti r- col pi r.( j.rlca,   Till BooniLl, U*U0
PHOSl'liuNOL FOR MEN." S
V* I tn. 1115 ;tot   Srrvfj nnd Itmln; li.CfMMl "nny
DON'T BE DISAPPOINTED!
MAKE YOUR SELECTION
EARLY!
Phis Year the Most Satisfied Person will
be The One Who SHOPS EARLY
T»i/rEVER before have we searched the Markets so carefully and with such a small percentage of Good Results, yet
**  ' our stock is in good condition to care for your wants.
BUY NOW AND HAVE YOUR GOODS PUT ASIDE.
We appreciate how difficult it is to make selections of presents, for all members of your family and your friends so
have prepared the following lists: —
Ladies Department
SUITS AND ('OATS
SILK AND VOILE WAISTS
DR. JAEGER'S WOOLLENS.  Including »-
DRESSES
Large Assortment NECKWEAR & TIES
SWEATERS       SKATING SETS
DRESSING (JOHNS
KIMONAS AMI SACQUES
UNDERSKIRTS
SHOES AND SLIPPERS
SILK AND WOOL   HOSIERY
HAIR ORNAMENTS
DAINTY HANDKERCHIEFS
HAOS AND PURSES
FANCY LINENS
CAPS,   SCARVES,   GLOVES
SPENCERS MOTOR CAPS
HOSIERY,     SHAWLS
INFANTS' & CHILDREN'S COATS
SHOES,     HOSIERY
SWEATER   COATS
UNDERWEAR
STAMPED (JOODS
KNITTED   SUITS & COSTUMES
CORSETS
DRY GOODS OF ALL KINDS
SLEIGH   ROBES
BLANKETS AND QUILTS
LARGE ASSORTMENT FUR SETS
TABLE LINENS
FUR   SETS
Men s Department
SUITS AND OVERCOATS
COLLARS AND TIES
SMOKING JACKETS
HATS,     CAPS
MUFFLERS
COLLAR BOXES
SHOES,    RUBBERS
BRACES
TIE SETS
UNDERWEAR
HOSIERY
GLOVES ,   MITTS
ARM BANDS
GOLD & PEARL CUFF BUTTONS & LINKS
SHIRTS
HOSE   SUPPORTERS
HANDKERCHIEFS
SWEATERS
LEATHER   AND WOOL SLIPPERS
CLUB BAGS,    SUIT CASES
NIGHT GOWNS AND PYJAMAS
BATH ROBES
TRUNKS
Furniture Department
For the Dining Room
For Parlor and Living Room
For the Bed Room
CHAIRS,     TABLES
CHINA   CAHINETS
EASY CHAIRS OF GRASS,   LEATHER,
BRASS BEDS,    IRON BEDS
BUFFETS,    SIDE BOARDS
RATION AND TAPESTRY, LOUNGES,
DRESSERS
SERVING TABLES
DAVENPORTS,     SETTEES
DRESSING  TABLES
CHAIRS AND ROCKERS
DINNER SETS
TABLE LINEN
CENTRE TABLES,     CARD TABLES
LIBRARY   TABLES,    BOOK CASES
For the Kiddies
BRASS AND IRON CRIBS
CHAIRS AND ROCKERS
PEDESTALS,   FOOT STOOLS
JAKDINIEH  STANDS
PIANO STOOLS AND BENCHES
CHIFFONIERS
TOILET  SETS
DOWN   PILLOWS
TOY TABLES AMI CHAIRS
WRITING DESKS
RESTMORE MATTRESSES
TOY   BEDS
SLEIGHS,     HORSES,    BEARS
WHEEL HARROWS
SEWING   TABLES
MUSIC CABINETS
TAPESTRY   CURTAINS
TABLE COVERS & LOUNGE COVERS
DOLL  CARRIAGES
CELLEHETTES fc SMOKERS* STANDS
COMFORTERS AND BLANKETS
TAPESTRY,    BRUSSELS,    WILTON,    AND    CONGOLEUM    RUCS
Our Goods are
Quarantined
SSI
If
m
j*W*^fl
IS
saw
MONEY BACK
IF YOU ARE
NOT SATISFIED.

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