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Array JOB PRINTING
We are Well equipped to
turn out the beat rlanc
uf work.
THE CRANBROOK HERALD.
ADVERTISING
In the Herald 1'aya—Try
Our   Local   Columns
IF   YOU   WANT   CRANBROOK   TO   GROW.   PATRONIZE   HOME   ENTERPRISE
VOLUME  14
ORANBROOK.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,  THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1912
111
THE MEN'S CLUB
Tbe building nn tho coruor nl Louis
street and Hanson nvciuio, now boing
crccteil fur lhe Men's club, is rapidly
npproachlng coniplulion, uud it is llie
i-iinliilciil oxpeutntion lhal it will lie
ready [or use hy the iiieinhcrs uliuut
.lanuarj Ist, Pot Unit, reason ii
lias been tliougbt ili.it a short    des
crlptii f Hie building, ami tlio nuns
ol the cluh will mn I,,.   wlUlolll     in
leresi to Herald i lore
I'intorltig the bulldlug Id ii bronil
Ktnir, nnd uci'iiss a roomy veranda,
one reaches uu elilraiicc hall IG by
211 feci On lhe lefl is a room lui
physical director, and lur storage nl
spare apparatus 12 led hy mi.
Ilrouil stairs lead Irom the main
lloor tu lhe liasciiielil uml tu thc
rending room above Irom one end of
Ihe entrance hull. Passing directly
through the entrance hall, the gymnasium is entered. This is a room
thirty feet wide, sixty leel long,
and sixteen feet six inches high. Thc
windows In this room, twelve in
number, are placed ten leet above
tlie lloor, aud the walls will be
wainscoted to the bottom of the
windows, to avoid any possibility uf
accident to basket hall players. The
floor in this room, as well as the
other rooms in tlie building above
the basement lloor, will be ol hard
maple.
On a mezanntne floor, directly over
tlie entrance ball and apparatus
room, is a room 20 leet hy 2(1 leet,
well lighted by large windows. At
any time when events are being run
oft in the gymnasium, this room will
be used for a spectators gallery, as
it communicates with the upper part
ol the gymnasium through three
large sliding windows. At other
times, the room will be used as a
reading room, but it is the hope that
at some future time a lull sized
Knglish billiard table may be
stalled lor the use of the members
Descending the stairs from the
main entrance hall, one reaches
corridor leading to the tank room,
and locker room, on the basement
lloor. The locker room, 20 feet
square, will he equipped with over
one hundred individual lockers, to be
used by the members for storing
towels, gymnasium suits, and other
articles of equlpmeat. The tank
room, is a room 29 feet in width,
and 50 feet long, wilh the swimming
tank located in one corner. Thc
tank itself is 20 leet wide and 10
feet long, with a depth of water of
three leet at nne end and seven feel
at the other. This lank is larger
than the swimming tankts lu the
Spokane and Vancouver Y.M.CA.
buildings, and the same size as the
nne in llie Victoria V.M.C A building, su Ihat the members oi the club
wiU have no cause to make anv
apologies    lur   lis   si/c        Illmensiuns
ore something hard lu visual')*, but
when it is slated thai tout thousand
cubic feel uf water. the Height ol
which will he une hundred anil turn
ty-flve tons, will h Intalned in tbe
pool, nne cau more readily realise
that it is no small affair. The tern
peralure of Ibe water in the pool "ill
be maintained at "*' degrees l-.m-n
licit, buth winter and  siunmei.       su
other uf wmlcr will
uf lhc 1 1    In
lhe swimming pool,
llunl  uf the entire
basement, Is constructed ol eon
crete. At the back, nr lane end of
the building, is' a lavatory, and the
boiler and coal storage rooms
li is the Intention tu suppl] the
gymnasium with lull equipment "I
apparatus fur   physical culture,     as
well as uitii everything i essari for
basket hall, hum! h.ill. Indoor base
hall ami tenuis
Gymnasium classes a*ill he organised as sunn as the building is read)
lur occupanoy, su thai ihc wurk will
he well undei  Hai   liv mill winter.
The building is being erected b)
Alessls      linker ami    llaiuield.    Iruiu
plans ami speolficatlons prepared by
V s Hossetei
thai  the cold We
be nn bai   tu the
the members.
as well as     the
flONSPIEUT Tumi
NEW   RINK    TUI'IIK   \m     111*.
CHRISTENED in   assdiIA
TION MEET.
Nelson, B.C., Dec. 2—Trail may
secure the annual bunspicl ol tho
llritish Columbia Curling association
this year.
At the annual meeting of the association it was decided that the big
spiel should take place al Nelson, bul
because Trail's new rink hus now-
been completed it is possible that
the local enthusiasts may pass on
tlie honor to Trail.
That tho troll people arc anxious to
secure the spiel is shown by a letter
which has been received by Alderman
A. T. Walloy, secretary nf the Nelson club, trom P. Hunker Icy. secretary of the Trail organization.
Cranhrook and Trail clubs have al-
CONTROLLED BY CANADIANS
Kor mouth* Lhe British empire ha;,
been agitated by the hysterical vap«
oringH ol the Imp, Heel advocates,
Premier Ilordou uml his colleagues
have been tbe principal BOlolsts In
tbe star performances of tbe bluett uter school. John liiili—ino courteous lu iiml fault with the program
while tbey were bis giiesh;—has since
Intimated through various channels
his belief that the well-staged Imperialism ol Mr. Horili'ii ami his ministers was but "u» sounding brass or
.i tinkling cymbal," Mr. Dorden bus
no reply to make to the charge of
the Globe that a money einitributiun
to tbo llritish navv would stultify
Canada iu the eyes ol tlie liritisli
nation ami fulls to touch tlie real
problem of naval defence. The old
patriotic refrain—"We've got the
ships, we've got the men, we've got
the money, too"—puts money last in
the catalogue of naval requisites.
Money is a poor weapon of defence
until converted into munitions of
war. The most powerful Dreadnought ceases to be effective If undermanned. It is fully manned
ships, not money, that the British
admiralty wants.
What fs Mr. Borden's policy? By a
contribution of money the premier
would parade bis country before the
world as willing to pay for, hut not
ready to fight for, thc defence of the
motherland. He places Canada in
the false light of a country lacking
the spirit to protect its own shores,
and utterly wanting in the loyalty
that would make sacrifices of blood,
nnd not of treasure only, in the day
;>f Britain's peril. And how Is Mr.
Borden's policy viewed in Britain by
those who so loudly applauded his
vapid' speeches several months ago?
The navy league is the well-known
center of the British agitation for
big naval increases directed against
Ormany. The mouthpiece of the
navy league is The Navy League Animal, edited by Mr. Alan II. Bur-
goyne, M.P. In tbe PM2-13 edition, just issued, is a remarkable
article from the pen of a well-
known writer and authority on naval
matters, George Fiennes, in which
lie puts his finger on the weak spot
in Mr. Borden's   projected naval pol-
WINDERMERE FARMERS' AWAKEf .\raininK t,leir ^«
TAKE LIVELY INTEREST IN' IRRIGATION     AND    NOXIOUS
WEEDS-OOOD    ICE   ON
LAKES       PROVIDES
VARIED SPOUTS
{Special to the Herald).
Invermere, B.C., Dec. 4.—In response to thc call ol thc secretary
there was a large attendance of tln-
members of tbe Windermere District
Farmers' Institute at   their meeting
last week. The purpose of the
meeting was particularly Ior ito
framing up of resolutions to be sent
to the Central Farmers Institute at
their gathering in January next
when they * meet in Victoria, B.C.,
and to appoint a delegate for the
purpose of presenting them. Three
very far reaching motions were passed for that purpose, the intent of
them being: That whereas thc question of irrigation is a most important one in the central portions of
British Columbia, that the department of agriculture be asked to
supply more literature for distribution dealing with the subject and
that further that the department appoint several capable lecturers nud
demonstrators on this subject und
that tbey be sent into tbe irrigation
districts to further instruct farmers
iu tbe proper use of water. The
second was one asking tbat the department of agriculture see their
way clear to   make a monthly    con-
morning's wurk at their books in
the main public school building. Tlie
visitors displayed the utmost interest iu the new undertaking, and
in the course of addresses delivered by several present, special stress
was laid upon thp value of this new
branch of the public school work iu
this city.
Among the suggestions offered was
one, intimating thut in tbe near future it should be tbe aim of the
board of school trustees to inaugurate a domestic science class for thc
benefit of the girls This proposal
was favorabh received, and sooner
or later, we may hope to lee the
manual       training        school en
larged, so as to permit of the girls
having their special course of training in the work that usually falls to
their hands.
In Mr. A. 11 Webb the manual
training school has uu excellent
principal. He is a thoroughly
perienced teacher along these lilies
aud takes the keenest interest iu the
work,
NUID. F. H. SETTLEMENT
PARLIAMENTARY NOTES
GOING 10 NECHACO
A. ROLLINS    WILL ENG AG
IN Till-: CATTLE RANCHING
BUSINESS
icy:
"The navy of the empire will be   a
f.ir healthier    institution if the component1 parts whicb   contribute to it
have to say in its distribution     and
in what causes it is to be used, and,
above all. contribute in the tlesh and
blood of their people to its manning,
than if they merely contribute motiey
ships    to the    mother   country.
riiaroah-Necho   -.dlered     to   provide
horses and   chariots   for lloekiah if
he. on his   part, was prepared to set
iiders upon them, and he proved      a
broken reed      \ navy subscribed for
bj  the Dominions and built ami man*
iied   by the   mother country is      an
\act   counterpart       Therefore,     for
what raj opinion   may be worth,     I
pprovo the Australian plan, if it he
lodtfied in accordance with the pnn
iples of correct  imperial strategy "
Contributions  In   tlesh and blood—
tbis is   the    true test uf patriotism
md loyalty.       But it forms no part
'I Mr.    Borden's scheme ol" Canadian
contribution to Imperial defence. The
Vary League Annual is emphatic   on
this point also       The British navy,
' alllrms, Is In need of live thousand
iore men   than are at present     pro
iileil for      If a war hroke out some
r the reserve ships would have to go
ito battle with   nucleus crews       li.
under these conditions. Canada   were
contribute in   money, the        new
ships thus provided would not  )h> jm
addition to Ihe British licet, fnr they
lutd only be manned by transferring
the crews to older ships in tlie light
in; line. A inonev contribution is
iot    instilled   even by am  imminent
danger.       The    Navy  League  Annual
says:
it cannol be concluded  ....
that for the next few years our position is likely to prove one of real
ilanger. The danger lies hot so
much in the lack of matciinl as in
the lack of officers and iren ! i maintain a sufficient num.ier of the shins
e own in full commissi m."
Let Mr. Horden be warned III time
and not gn down in history as a
mo-dern Pharaoh-Xecbo, who ifTered
money to provide ships, but not a
single man to fight them. Lnuri.cr's
naval policy still holds the flcld-a
Canadian navy, manned, und controlled by Canadians.
W.    A.    Rollins     will    bv leaving
shortly    (or   the     Nechaco Valley,
where, ia    conjunction with   several
tribution annually to veterinary sur- lother Cranbrook men ami others,  be
geons practising; in outlying districts *••■ engage in   cattle ram bing on uu
Thc B.C. Land Department of the
C.P.R, huve cleared up a lot of line
arablo land between Mayook and
Wardner, upon which a number nf
well-to-dn Knglish settlers will be
located on small holdings.
To show the progress this under
taking has made, it may be annouu
ced that Contractor (reorge Leask
has secured the contract lor llie
erection ol twelve sets of farm build
ings, house, stable and shed. These
will he all nice modern buildings and
will be completed ready for nccupa*
tion by the early spring when the
lirst hatch ol Knglish settlers is due
to arrive.
Abundant evidence ol the excellence
of the land in this vicinity has been
shown hy tbe splendid, farm operated
by Mr. P. Luml al Wardner. It
means a very great deal to Cran
brook to have a settlement of thit
kind located within such a short dis
taticc of its limits.
'!
At midnight on Monday fire broke
out in a small shack    adjoining    p.
Matheson's    garage.    The     brigade
were    quickly    on   the   spot and In
short order had the flames under con-
roi.      The   Rhack     wns practically
destroyed,    but   through    tlie good
work   of the brigade the garage was
ready organized for the season, both [saved, the   contents nr which      hod
| all been mn out In good time.
with memberships nf over fifty.
on the same basis as Is made by the
government to medical practitioners,
namely, say twenty-five dollars per
month. The third resolution was
one requesting the government to
see to the strict enforcement of the
Noxious Weed Act, and with that
end in view to take its enforcement,
out of the hands of the provincial
police and fire wardens and to put
it into the hands of a stall of noxious weeds inspectors, who by experience and training should be persons
specially qualified to fill tlie positions. In passing the motion high
compliments were given in regard to
the manner in which during thc past
vear the work had been attended to
here, but il was thought the
subject was too grave a one to be
made a side issue. T. W. Turner,
the Institute secretary, was elected
delegate to the Central Institute.
Both Windermere and Columbia
lakes have been clothed with perfect
sheets of glare ice. There is not
anv snow upon the ground and the
Opportunities tor skating cannot be
surpassed. Ice boating, curling,
hockey and other ice sports will soon)
be joined to those of skating and
sliding.
'S
SIONAUZKD   in   OPEN I MO    OF
THOROUGH L-i    11'TOUATI-*
MANUAL TRAINING
SCHOOL
wiuisi in several i-itirs i.i the
province then- is. apparently, umii-
or stir over real estate, lew cities,
il any, ran rival I'ranbruok's sl...w-
iiit; in substantial eivic iuiprnvr-
nu'iits    Within Hie past lew monthi
an entirely modern sewerage plant
hai lieen installed, concrete siile-
ualks have been put down along the
main street, a new public .schi.nl Ims
been erected in the west end, aail un
Monday afternoon ol this week, the
fi.rnial opening of the new ui.iiiu.il
training tohool, market! a lurther advance.
Thi* ndititinu tn thr educational
llUtltutlOM <il lhe city, exemplilies
clearly the kih.iI civic spirit that
prevails in thi* growing- city, f'ran-
limiik cittz*.nl are nul wholly Riven
up tu the real estate hiii.ln thai, of
late has seemed tu be the chief fea-
lure in the business life uf ninny uf
the cities ol llie province. I'ran-
liruok is thoroughly alive, all the
time, to the be»t interests ol II*
citizen*, old and young, and is
steadily placing lhe rity upon a
sound, substantial basis, with due
regard to all the comforts and i conveniences ol modern llle. The reward will come later, and then, not
in the nature of a temporary boom,
but in steady, permanent growth.
The manual training school building and livlures have already been
described in these columns, und on
Monday alternoon when 11 lurge
number of citi/ens gntheml within
lis walls for the formal opening, they
found a class ot youngsters busily
engaged nl their numerous work
benches, on  some form of carpentry.
The scene was a mosl encouraging
one. Here were some thirty young
lads, one ol several classes, keenly
ami wilh obvious pleasure, devoting
themselves     lo    mechanical     work,
extensive scale. Messrs. IV. A. and
Mc. Ilollins already hold a large
blocb of evccllcut range land in the
Nechaco Valley, and this, with additional area they purpose leasing
purchasing, they expect to have
line a cattle range as there is in the
province. W. A. ltollins is no tenderfoot when it conies tu cattle
ranching. He knuws that business
from early training, and with tlie
line grazing lamls at their disposal,
he anticipates a right good and
prosperous future. In leaving t'ranbrook tt'. A. Rollins will be sincerely
regrel led by a host of friends.
Whilst he has always heen very active in politics, having filled the unices ol president and organizer ol the
District Conservative association,
Mr. Ilollins has never allowed parly
leanings to carry hlm too far. He
has held tbe respect and esteem ol
all citizens, who will hear*.fly join
with the Herald in wishing lum lull
measure ol success up iu the Nechaco
Valley,
FREE GOLO IT MARYSVILLE
Hodgson, storekeeper at Marys
ville, was in town during the week.
In course of a ihat with a Herald
representative Mr. Hodgson Intimated that he could shuw sunn- very nice
risk, bearing tree gold, a ledge run
ning sixteen leet in places, having
hern located by him Sure enough
Alt Hodgson delved iulo his pocket
and produced a nice looking piece ol
ruck and upun application ol the
glass nice streaks ol Iree gold were
plainly visible. Mr. Hodgson is
naturally somewhat elated over his
lind and intends carrying on active
development work lliruugbo.it the
c.imiiig months,      By spring time he
hopes    lo   have    lelhing to show
lhal will arouse the interest of the
big mining men His many Iriends
throughout this section ol tbe country will rejoice lo learn, in due
course, that he has realli struck
something rich.
CONTEST FOR MEOMLS
i .ist Mi ifni.i-, evening, in Knox
Presbyterian church, under the auspices of the ff (VIM . a contest took
place for two silier medals Tbe
contestants, fourteen In number
were members of the Hand ol Hope
The large attendance nn Ibis occasion
testified til the growing interest in
tbe work of tlie nr t i among the
children.
The children entertained the large
audience to a "continued" temperance address; delivered under the
Inspiration of a vision of n silver
medal. Rev. Mr. Dunham, of the
Methodist church, discussed temperance from a scientific pnlnt or view.
The indues, Mesdames McKowan,
Thompson nnd Miss (tick, awarded
the medals to
Miss B. McNabb, in tbe junior
class, and to
Krick MacKinnon, in the juvenile
class.
Mrs. Chapman and Mn. ff. T.
Held rendered solos during the even
lag, which were very much enjoyed
INTKlll-.STIMJ AIHHIKSN HV OH
(JANIZKU MISS DOKOTHY
DAVIS.
Tliere was a fairly large ami very attentive gathering at the Y.M.CA,
rooms, mainly of ladies, to listen tn
the address of Miss Dorothy Davis,
the young F.nglisg woman who is
organizing Women's Suffrage leagues
throughout this province, on Wednesday evening.
Miss Davis is u clear, convincing
speaker. She has her subject very
much at heart and speaks with an
earnestness that compels the attention of her audience.
Mr. P. Iv Wilson occupied the
chair, and in few timely and sympathetic remarks Introduced the
speaker.
The Herald would like to tic iu a
position to publish Miss Davis' address in full, but unfortunately neither time nor space will permit
Briefly, it may be said, that in relatively speaking few words, she covered all tlie arguments in favor of,
and opposed to, women's suffrage
She quoted from laws in effect in
(ireat Britain and in this province
to clearly demonstrate the Inequalities under which women suffer hy reason ol their exclusion from the electoral privilege. Miss Davis also cited further directions in which the
women would be able to render effective service to humanity b\ lieing
grantedj the suffrage. She expressed
her willingness to hear and reply to
any objections from the audience, hut
none were forthcoming.
Tlie following resolution, moved by
Mrs. .1. K. Smith and seconded by
Mrs. ff. 11. McFarlane, was unanimously adopted amid applause:
That this meeting realizes the urgent need tbat the woman's point of
view should be directly represented
in the control of legislation and all
affairs o( the nation and deplores the
Injustice to herself and.the loss to
the state involved in her present political position; aud, preferring tbat
British t'olumbia should leud the
nther provinces of Canada In all
matters o( progressive reform, rather tnan follow, it calls,upon the provincial government to introduce and
carry, during the coming session, a
bill giving the vote to women on the
same terms as it is or may tie given
to men.
A vote of thanks to the chairman
was also passed
Some discussion ensued as tn     tlie
organization in Cranbrook ol a
branch ol the Women's Suffrage League, lurther particulars in this re
gard will be given later
TO THK POLE   BV AKROPLAXR
MEMBER OP   PEARY PARTY OP
FKItS NKW SI OGKSTION
Boston, Dec. 2—"The w-feU and
easiest way to reach the north pole
and an entirely feasible way is b)
aeroplane," said Captain Robert A.
Bartlet, of tlie Peary north pole
party, to the members ol the Aero
club of New Kngland at its annual
dinner Captain Bartlet said an
aeroplane could be taken by land tn
Cape Morris K. .lesup. which is only
■iM 1 miles from the pole. With tlie
latest machines this would mean but
a four hours' flight to the pole, he
said. The ice would furnish suitable
landing places all along the route.
"The ideal trip," said the speaker,
would he to go from Cape .lesup
directly over the pole and land at
Cape cheliuskin in Siberia, the latter point, however, being 721 miles
beyond tbe pole. Tn the summer
months of August and luly the conditions nre perfect for living nnd t
can see no serious difficulties which
might not fee guarded against "
SETTLEMENT  OF   UNOCCUPIED
LANDS OF   B.C.-WCREASE
OF MEMBERS' INDEMNITY.
Ottawa, Dec. 2.—Major Currie, of
North Slmeoe, has introduced a bill
to amend the criminal code. Its ob-
-ect is to prevent foreigners taking
any part in elections in tbe Dominion. The bill would provide a line
ol (1,000 and six months imprisonment for any alien who voted or in
any way participated in an election.
In the event uf non-payment of a
fine, thc terms ot Imprisonment
would be increased to one year
Major Currie said he understood
that it was proposed in sume of the
western provinces lo allow people
not Hritish subjects to vote. This
bill would prevent tins He was,
however, speaking more particularly
for his own constituency, wtiere
Americans had appeared on the same
platform with the former premier
and asked the voters to defeat himself.
The bill was given a first reading.
A movement has been started to
mrease the Indemnity ol members ol
parliament lo three thousand dollars. For the p.ist lew years tbe
illowanco has stood at twenty-five
hundred dollars
Last session an allowance was
iiade for stenographic help. Slxty-
Ive thousand dollars was voted tor
tlie purpose, which amounted to
luml Sinn per member Tins ses
nm some members desired ta draw
the allowance tbat thev might spend
it on help as thej wished. How
ever, the auditor-general decided this
•ouid not bc doae, but that the
money had to he paid to stenographers on the certificate ol members.
Mr. II. S. Clements, member lor
Coiiinv-Atlin. It C , nives notice of
tlie following resolution:
"That iu view of the large areas ol
agricultural lauds In Hritish Columbia at present unoccupied and undeveloped, immediate action should
he taken bv the federal governmenl
to encourage agriculture bv assisting
actual settlement nn such lands, and
also to establish a number of small
experimental farms in British Columbia, particularly in the northern
part of the province.
"That the government should take
immediate steps tn revise the preen t Indian regulations in British
Columbia, with the idea of establishing in that province more .industrial
schools, and also more systematically and thoroughly develop the reserves held for the Indians in order
o furnish them with a higher Btand-
rd of educational facilities than
thev at present possess
That the members ol the federal
service in British Columbia are at
present receiving salaries that are
dequate for their welfare, considering the high cost cd living in the
province, and Immediate steps should
tie taken by the Government to stib-
tantlally increase the salaries now
paid"
HYPOCRISY OF GOVERNMENT
_IS_SELF-EVIDEHT
I p Tt) ll c. F. OF L. TO UNMASK
TIIK MODERN BARNTM.
1 nless the Mcllride government
soon makes an announcement <d the appointment nf
the "proposed" royal commission to
inquire into labor conditions throughout the province it will be of little
use to the legislators Inr the next
session of the house. In fnct it is
already too late.
\nd unless the personnel of the
commission  is somewhat different to
the slate Unofficially tipped off a lew
wceks ago, the executive committee
of the II. V Federation ol Labor
might as well cam-el the circulars already sent out to secretaries, and in*
stead advise all unions and central
labnr bodies to Ignore tbe whole ignoble   farce, says   the   B.C.  Fedcra-
ttonlst
Indeed, if the lack ol enforcement
of what labor legislation already on
the statutes is to be any criterion ol
the future policy of the Conservative
government at Victoria, the proposed)
Investigation wouldn't he worth n
linker's dam anyway.
Let there he an understanding.
The McBride outfit should either
unmask In its true colors, or the B.
C Federation shnuld at once do the
job for them. Oily IHck has been
oily long enough. lie is n«< longer
fooling anv one in the organised labor movement who possesses the
sense Nature provides for little
geese
The Conservative press says that
Mr. Monk's resignation indicates that
he is an honorable man. When he
found that his retention of a seat iu
Mr. Borden's government was inconsistent witb his position on the
uuesliou uf naval defence lie resigned
lu a letter read to the electors of
Huchelaga recentl> by Mr Armand
Lavergne, Mr Monk express!) stated
his reason for" tearing the govern*
ment. "I resinned my place in the
cabinet," he said, ••because the gov
eminent had decided not to hate a
plebiscite on the naval Question "
If Mr. Monk's action was that oi
an honorable man, what shall we say
of the conduct of Mr. Burden and his
colleagues who voted in the house ol
commons in endorsatlon of Mr
Monk's position, asks tlie Toronto
Globe'1 Hansard shows that on November 22. 1910, Mr. Monk moved an
amendment to tbe address in the
following terms:
•'The house regrets that the speech
irom the throne gives no indication
whatever of the Intention ui the governmenl to consult the people on its
naval policy and the general question
ol the contribution ol Canada to imperial armaments "
Here was a direcl vote ol censure
pointedly aimed at Sir Willrid Laui
ier and his government not onh tw
cause they had (one ahead wuh their
project to establish a Caiunh.ui (leet
without consulting the people, but
also because they had nol indicated
an intention to consult tlw people on
"the general question of the contribution of Canada to imperial armaments " This amendment ol Mr.
Monk was accepted by Mr Borden.
Among the members of the present
administration who voted for it were
the Right Hon R I.. Borden, Hon.
M. Burrell. Hon T w Crothers,
Hon. C. -I Dohertj, Hun. W B.
Nantel, Hon. George E Per ley. Hon.
i D Reid, Hon. W .t Roche.* Hon.
1 A. Sproule, now speaker ut the
ornmons, and Deputj speaker Blon-
liin.
If Mr Monk ts an honorable man
ecam-e he resigns in protest against
tie failure uf the Borden govern-
ent to du what he censured the
auner government fur failing to do
less than two years ago, is it not
obvious that Mr. Burden and the
ther members of the present government who voted for the Monk amendment have done what, in the opinion
cd Mr. Monk, is dishonorable'' If
their votes on the Monk amendment
'vere honest votes, with the convic-
tion behind them that the people
should be consulted, then their decision nut to consult xto people is a
dishonest one Mr Borden and his
colleagues cannot shelter themselves,
fc-hind the suggestion that there is
a. "emergency" that did not exist
in 1910. The rivalry between Germany and Britain was quite as great
two years ago as it is today, ami
Britain's naval strength relative to
Germany's has changed somewhat lor
the better in tbe interval
If we look at the vote upon the
Monk amendment In the light of
Mr. Monk's resignation, and ol Mr.
Armand Lavergne's statement that
Mr. Borden asked him to take a
seat in the government—well knowing that he was hostile to the granting of any aid whatsoever to British
nr imperial defence without hrst taking a plebiscite on the question—the
conviction is irresistible that Mr
Borden deliberately tricked his Nationalist allies by pretending to accept their point of view while making preparations to wriggle out nf
the tight place in which lie found
himself by offering a gilt of money
to Britain instead of providing Ior a
Canadian fleet controlled hy Canada
and manned by Canadian seamen—
the project proposed tn l&W by -Mr.
Foster, acting with his approval, and
agreed to by Sir Wilfrid Laurler and
the Liberal party.
Monk. Bourassa and LavergH
stand today where thev stood two
vears ago, against any aid, temporary or permanent, toward imperial
defence unless the people are consulted. The Liberal party stands
where it has stood since 1008: for a
CanadUn lleet that shall tie at tbe
disposal ol the British admiralty in
times of peril Mr Borden and his
followers, who lirst proposed that
Canada should provide for her own
naval defence, have in tbe interval
broken faith with the Liberals, who
accepted their proposals, with the
Nationalists, who entered into au alliance with them to destroy the too
British Laurier, and with the country, to which a pledge was given of
consultation in regard to naval defence. If, as the Conservative press
says, Mr. Monk did what honor demanded when he resigned, the men
now sitting around Mr. Borden who
voted for the Monk amendment did
a dishonorable thing when they refused either to consult the people or
to resign. No Canadian political
leader In recent years has so twist
ed, and squirmed, and wriggled on a
great public Issue as Mr Borden has
on the question of naval defence THR   CRANLIROOK   HERALD
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IMTEHEST. MO TAXES. LOTS CUAHAMTEETt HIGH.
■D-Ril. AMI* LEVEL.
$1.00
WILLIAM KLEIN
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
•115-117 Louglieed Bldg.
CALGARY. ALBERTA
No Other Hosiery
Offers This
'Foot-i
(.•clothing tlmi tits wiih absolute perfection, for
'reasons you will readily we if you'll glance at the
^picture hero . . . the only hose made thai leperm*
fnenily slmpcd to llie fool ami leg, and tlmt is holh
[Seamless and Snug-Fitting
Ynu winilil nnt Hunk nf buying lirao wllh n seiim up llie front
I ol in. log wouldn't Him 1 uiy nntl uncomfortable 1
1 Prolinbly ynu buy tile kind  with n srnn. up thn back nnly
McaUM ynu  didn't  know   there wns a kind ore frnm Hint
'ti.ci.iuf.iit 111111  uitMi>iitiiui>ss.    There is. however.   Ynu
run net the better kind in any  wi-iitlit   ur  color  if yuu
buy bnsicry inadi1 by
Penmans  Limited
Paris Canada
tlad.rw.ar,   Sweal.r.,   H.aiary
78
Full Fisluunf il
TOWN TOPICS
A. .!. Miller, ol Was... was In
town mi Mondaj
I' Woods, ol ■ 'licrrj -.'reck, was
in town "ii Monday.
IV Purlin and J Hayes, ol Korl
siteele, were fn town on Monda)
I** ll pierson, ol Korl Steele, wns
in town earlj  in the week
WANTKI1 -Table boarders \pplj
lo Mrs   Duncan McLean W 2t*
1' S Jolinson, manager "f the
Wasa hotel,   was in lown on    Mon
day.
Mrs Wm Knight, id Chilllwnck,
B.r , is in the cltj visiting Mr nnd
Mrs  it  I-;. Knight
Mrs Joseph Campbell will receive
on Wednesday, December llth. and
thereafter nn   Mu1 rccoihI IVednegdnj
Ul I-' Triplet! landed another car
of beel cattle In t'ranbrook on So
t unlay last f.-r Meter Woods, o|
Cherry Creek.
Mr   Hartnett .md    Mi   Waltei Ki
slick, oi l-'.sshck and llnrtnetl, K C
rallwa; contractors, Wasa. were in
Uwn mi Tuesday.
Wm Currie lefl Monday lor Drum-
heller, Vlhertn, where he wns enlled
In llu* midden death ol Ins brother,
\l   Currie
Ralph Whchel has rctur I Irom   a
trip t«> Vancouver and accepted the
position ol manager al the Hotel
Royal
KOR SAI.K.—Ten thousand shares
Society (lirl stuck, Mime, in blocks
in suit I need the money — W l!
Heath 1"
Mi. ll.im Roblchaud and son Roy
led yesterday f">r Oolden, word hav
Ins; been received thai Mi Robichnud
waa ill
Wm   llolslev, timber contrnctor, ol i
Moyle,   was   in   town Tuesday   and
Wednesday    e»   route   home Irom n
business trip t" Kernic
Miss Hirkett, who has been staying
with hei sister, Mrs   T   M   Roberts,
for lhe past   vear, left  tins week    to
return in her ho  in Albertn.
Hcavj teams for sale or hire lit
winter months; send fnr hest teams
in Walter A. Jackson, Macleod, Al
berta, ■'' It*
KOR RKST — Sis roomed house
t!5 a month; owner pays waler. Applj   Iins olliee. W-lt*
Don'l fnrgel thc Poultry association judging class on Kriday evening, governmenl building, al *
o'clock      Ml are InvHed
llev. 0. Congdon is now in charge
ol the Methodisl Mission at Kimbcrley. The organ formerly in use in
<he local Methodist church, lias hceti
transferred   to   Kintherley.
Mr Krnnk Woods, record tenor
.Mid violinist, who is wiih the Ran
Vmericab quartette nl the Auditor
nm  Thursday,   December 12th,      is
worth the admission atnne.
The Ran American colored quartette is the most extraordinary aggregation of negro male voices that
has ever come to the northwest! At
Vudltorlum, December 12th.
A fancy work meeting will be held
ui the Carmen's hall by thc Women's institute on Kriday evening,
December I3lh, at R p.m. sharp Refreshments Will he served All
ladies invited.
f II Dunbar, formerly of this
city, where he practised law, has
been appointed temporarily in charge
il the provincial Innd office nl Kamloops, vacated by (he uiitimeh  death
■ i" Mr   W   II   Kdmoiids
Tyler Scovllle, representing the
\ read in Trust Co., ol Vancouver, is
.11 the city tbis week arranging io
establish a branch here Rrnnchcs
have been recently established at
\ew West minster. Revelstoke, Win
strong nnd Nelson
K K Kiggs inspector lor the
Hudson Hav Insurance company, was
here eight hours after the tire at V
Matheson's adjusting the Insurance
claim, which was satisfactorily
settled by the ngents, Hunt and
Darling,
Tin- Ran American quartette at the
Vudltorlum, December 12th, rcpro-
uccs old plantation pastimes, play
several musical Instruments, and Bing)
classic, humorous and popular Bongs.
They win highest praise wherever
they appear.
The Ran American quartette at the
Auditorium, Decembei 12th, reproduces old plantation pastimes, play
several musical Instruments, and sin-;
classic, humorous and popular songs,
Thoy win highest praise wherever
they appear.
Mr. and Mrs .1. McTnvish returned Wednesdav tn Cranhrook after
upending several weeks visit inn
iricnds at various points iu the
i in I nl States.
Word lias been received by the
Windermere board of trade, from Ottawa, to the effect that au appropriation of $17,000 lias heen placed in
the estimatea for 1018, lor the re
mltng of the telephone line between
Oolden and Windermere.
Contracts for supplying the furniture and interior fixings of the new
Indian Industrial school nt St. Eugene .Mission, imve heen awarded to
thc Kink Mercantile company, the
Cranbrook Co-operative Stores and
lo McCreery Rros.
Jim Hates will likely announce the
opening of bis new Hull River' hotel
on or about tbe 19th inst. This
promises to be one of the popular resorts in Hie district and under Jim
Hates' management visitors can be
assured of cleanly ami comfortable
surroundings.
I) It, McDonald, of Alexandria,
Ont-, is just now engaged in placing
in position the fixtures for the new
post otlice building, manufactured by
the J T Schnell company. The fixtures are very handsome, largely of
oak veneer externally, and hacked
with Glcngnry ash. It will bc several weeks yet before the installation of fixtures is completed
Tbe October statement ol Canadian hanks issued last week show
that the Rank of Commerce has increased its lead on the Hank of Montreal, secured during September, be*
Ing ahead of the Montreal institution
hy about five millions in assets, and
eleven millions in liabilities. The
hitter represent  increased deposits.
A whole lot of people never think
of you, or ynur business, without
recalling the appearance of your letterhead, or husiness card, or booklet,
Vou could nnt possibly disassociate
your printing and your business. So
why not make your printing fittingly
represent ynur hustiie-n?
Tbis week the MeriU supplied a
rervant girl lo .: lilllllly iu town,
thereby getting a position lo- a girl
out of work and filling ;. needed vacancy in a household. Ml none
through a -i line want nil
W. C. Ilukner's Ran American colored male octette and double male
quartette at the Auditorium Thursday, December 12th.
Over 1300 were cleared by the benefit dance at tbe Auditorium last
Tliursilay evening, given for tbe
benefit of the Dennett children. A
large crowd attended and enjoyed an
unusually line time. Ouerard's orchestra furnished the music. The
dance was given hy Mesdames Armand Hlaine, Wm. Cameron, A. C.
Rowness and V  Llddlcoatt.
The post olliee department announces that owing to the fact tbat
the O.T.I', railway is now in operation between Prince Rupert and lla/-
eltoii, B.C., and Is expected tn       he
THE GIFT PROBLEM
MADE EASY
NOW is the time to do your Christmas shopping.   MAKE YOUR SELECTION NOW and you will
have solved half the problem.   NOW, when you have the advantage of full stocks to choose from.
NOW, when you will get the best service wilheut being annoyed with overcrowding.   By paying this
store a visit, sores of useful, givable things, sensibly priced, are suggested.
Men's Overcoats
SPECIAL—Splendid Black .Milton
Ooot, witli uouil i|u;ility Marmot collar and korsi'y litiing, making u warm,
ilroBsy ('out    $20.00
RAT LINED MILTON  COAT. - Has
collar of Astnii'lian, evenly curled. A
coat anyone mi^ht be proud
to own     $55.00
As well as the above wo carry nn
iini,'i Iiiullfil stock of Suits ami Coats.
We would be delighted to bIiow you.
RUGS
What would he more appreciated
in lhe home than a new rug, whether
it be n plain, serviceable wool or
Brussels rug or an elegant Wilton V
We have un elegant assortment,
priced from
$5.00 to $55.00
HEARTH RUCS. Ncul. artistic designs from     $1.75 to $8.50
Men's Shoes
The two lending makes of
Shoes in Canada--8LATBR
and REGAL, have berths in
this store. Wc always carry
a full assortment of leathers
and styles for street and
evening wear.   Priced from
$4.50 UP
Bag
compli
made
hide .
We,
Trunks
sizes d
Travelling
Bags
niul Suit pases,  with
te tittiiitfs. for travel ling,
rrom  good   weigh 1  row-
    $25.00 UP
any also a full mtlRO of
and Suit Cast's of all
r nil purposes.
FURS
ELECTRIC SEAL SET. A very charming set,
muir of the pillow style and neckpiece of the
long broad style, both being very plain and
smart     $20.00
RUCK CONEY SET.    Desirable nml
drewy-    S25.00
CREY SQUIRREL SET.—Made from selected
well mntched skins. These popular furs are as
much to the fore ns ever. This set is particularly handsome... _    $3000
Space does not permit further description.
However, we have a splendid selection of .Mink.
Persian Lamb. Marmot, Elc.
Women's
Suits
A pleasant surprise to a
woman would be a New Suit or
Coat. It will be easy to lind
just what they want here.
For a few days we are giving
a discount of
20%
Better act quickly
Fancy Linens
This year we were fortunate to
secure a lot of imported linens, comprising Oluny, Florentine and ,Ma-
iliira Hiiiiiliua.il- Doylies, Centrepieces, Kuniiers. etc.. as well as a
charming range of Dainty Handkerchiefs,
Men's Hosiery
liilnruntecd Holeproof Sox in Lisle
and Silk, six and three pairs respectively in box. Makes a most acceptable gift. They come in Black, Tan.
Navy, and l.rey. with a written guarantee-      $2.00 BOX
Novelties, Etc.
Following is a list of givable things
of which space does not permit description: Tea Aprons, Stamped
Guest Towels, Sweater Coats, Slip-
tiers, Laundry Bags, lilovos. Scarfs,
Blouses. Collars, .(allots. Work Bugs.
McCREERY BROS.
Cranbrook's Dry Goods and Clothing Stores
CUTTERS
PUNCS
SLEICHS
DELIVERY SLEICHS
ETC.
McLaughlin nnd Canada Car.
riage Co.'s make
Call jiii'I set our Prices
The Cranbrook Trading Co., Ltd.
PHONB iH.t 1)1 RICK AVB., OPPOSITE DEPOT CRANBROOK
'tinning continuously during the winter, there will to no restrict Iun on
the mall .service during this winter
tn Sheens river points, as has lieen
customary In previous years, during
tlie close of navigation on the Kkcena
river.
I'. DcVere Hunt, local agent lor
t he ('oldsl ream N uremics, report
mnn) largo sales of nursery stock
during the last few weeks. One order
for fruit trees covered ono hundred
acres His company are supplying
Block to cover one thousand acres iu
this district in the spring, besides a
large amount of acreage nl Haynes
Lake.       Several   largo orders   were.
uncoiled hy the companj us the
varlctj had been exhausted. No
higher recommendation ol the con
Itdenee of the property owners in the
future of the district need lie mentioned-
Il will he learned with widespread
regret that .1 11. Doyle Is aboul lo
leave the city* Ml Doyle is an old
resident ol the Kast KootenU] dis
trlct ami during the past twn years
has toea in tlte employ of \. I,
McDermot as canvasser Mr Doyle
is now going  to Calgary  to take   up
the work of canvassing tor the new
brewery now being established there
at a cost nl ISufl.nuii During his
residence in Ihis city Mr Doyle has
always taken a keen interest in
athletic sports and was manager of
the local lacrosse team this season.
"Good luck to you Doyle" will he
the sincere expression of every
Cranbrook citizen.
Iteale and Klwell have large tract
nf Innd fnr sale, approximating 7000
acres in South Kast Kootenay for
Jfl.uil per acre.     See them. 19-11
Mail Advices recently received tell
ol the death in Dawson, V T . of
Mrs, Thomas Charlton, the Iirsl
while woman to mush over the Dal
Mm trail Into   tlie     Klondike.     She
went iu with her liusbund in 1898.
She was a native nf Ireland, *','•
years nld. She was buried in the
Catholic cemetery overlooking the
Klondike vale and the famous Bonanza creek, the richest gold stream ol
the north Mr, Charlton is nne of
the pioneer minors nf the west. In
1802 he joined the stampede tn the
Klondike strike, nnd .Mrs. Charlton
accompanied him over ttie Dalton
(rail, and was the first white woman over that route Mr. Charlton
is one of the heaviest placer npera-
tors mi to-lil hill. Bonanza creek.
The p'< i<niiiii-iid.it inn recently
adopted bj tbe Creston and Cranhrook hoards of trade, that legislation   lie   enacted    Varying the email
tions under which pre-emptions >■■■*
procurable m llritish Columbia is
hkeh to obtain earlj and favorable
consideration by the lands depart
inent, which is Inclined to see merit
in tlie proposal advanced—-which Is
that  a smaller uu'iici  pat incut     ami
ihe requirement ot additional actual
work in the improvement of preemptions '.-."ulil tu> in tire public interest, savs    the   Victoria Colonist
Tl nt ire question ol    pre-emptions
ih to tie reviewed as an early date,
and changes in the law reguntiiigi
them arc almost certain. At present
the department is Collecting nil data
and Information hearing on tlte subject, in which respect the inspectors
if preemptions will no douht render
Valuable assistance Mr. II Path-
art, the newly appointed Inspector
if agencies, is now engaged on his
first, official tour of the provincial
interior.
talk, just the kind that appeals to a
man, speaking ol every man's personal problem nud ns an example,
taking Jacob prevailing against his
antagonist giving him power audi
strength, sn ns we overcome do we
become stronger. The attendance
was most encouraging and nugurs the
success nf the meetings td follow.
Hev. Mr. Kendall, ol the Baptist
church, will address the meeting next*
Sunday. This is a hright, cheery,
virile meeting for men, commencing
at 16.10, finishing at 17k and keeping
on schedule time. The address lasts
frnm ten lo fifteen minutes, crammed
full nf fund tor nur spiritual neccssi
ties, and the balance nf the time is
taken np with singing the nld hymns
and reading a small scripture selec
tion l'.verv man in the town is
wanted here and will receive a heartvl
welcome
The howling alleys have lieen kept
going pretty stemlih and we Iii-|h- to
have arrangements completed fnr the
winter tnumaments this week
We have several young men desir
ing employment and will lie pleased
lo have them call nn anyone desiring
their services
TWO LIHLE GIRLS FROM SCHOOL
The two little girls referred
to were nnt Geisha girls, hut young
ladies, whose hnme is in Sand Point
These little ladies were tired of their
home surroundings ami decided to
migrate to Crnnbrook, an evidence,
at least, ol good Judgment. Mow
ever, their parents found out their
movements, just after the train had
left Sand Point for this city The
local police were Immediately notified to look nut fnr Die vounitsteis
and were advised that Sand Point's
chief nf pnhce was coming along on
the next train In due course 11"'
train arrived here and the little
Rirls were    somewhat  unpleasantly
surprised to Imd Chief CofJ  Dow ami
big Charley Baxter on hand to u t
them In   Ihe      care ol  these slal
wait defenders ol the peace the little
ones were comfortably oafed for un
Ml Sand Point*I chief oi police ni
rived, who immediateh took charge
ol ihem and returned to Sand Point
with Ihem on Tiir-mlni
TO RENT CHEAP
Large Warehouie.   Apply F. J.
Deane, Herald Olliee. *ti
V. M. C. A. NOTES
(Contributed),
llev U K Dunham was the
speaker nt the Men's meeting last,
Sunday.       llr gave   na au fnipiring
ii H±LLSJDE DAIRY
MILK      MILK      MILK
Experience lina taught us evory precaution for the pro-
',',   cluction of thi' liiu'hi'st uruili- of milk.   \\V feci sure that ono
tri.-il will prove this.
J. A. PRINGLE, Prop'r
JOHN MANHIHCa GROCERY
M   MNE: MUSIDE DAIRY Bo. 373 THE   ORANBROOK   HERALD
A Wise Legislator once said:
" tf T hud my way. I would write tliu word ' INS
on the door of every house "
Remember, the neglect to insure to-day does not provide
for sickness ur accident of to-morrow.
-Spend live cents a dny with us, and we will step in when
you are distillled, it means protection to you and your home.
Our
Accident and Sick Benefit Policies
are real protection.   Let us add you to our list of Policyholders,
Corwin-Bruce Investment Co.
Agents Intcrniilional Casually tompi'iiv
CRANBROOK, B. C.
I'd. Drawer 60
1'hune 13
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VIC. ROLLINS, Mgr.
l'hone : .Seymour 7980
Granville
Palace Hotel
ROLLINS BROS., Proprietors
1221 Granville Street
VANCOUVER      -       B. C.
Two hundred elegantly furnished rooms. Every modern
convenience. Elevator service. Cafe in connection. Rooms
$1.00 per day and upwards.
Up-country visitors to the Terminal City will find every
convenience and comfort at the Granville Palace, special
attention beini{ paid to tlieir wants.
Read the Herald, $2.00 Year
SENATORIAL MOI'S
PRAIKIE PROVINCES.
(Special to thp llrralil)
Ottawa, JK'c. ■l.—Disappointment
and imiiKiiatiiJii will to felt
throughout the Dominion that Lhe
sjiept'li from the throne lias omitted
all reference to the redIstrllmtion of
the ridings consequent upon the census of lull. Ever since confederation it has been the practice to
have a redistribution as nearly as
possihle the first session after
census. Tlte advisability
prnctlce is easily apparent.
With the rapid growth of population Inequality in the principle ot
"rep by pop" always springs up
between each decennial census,
these Inequalities have
smoothed out by redistrlbutl
custom lias been tu lose as
time as possible.
The reason is obvious. Pas)lament
always lias an uncertain tenure. At
any time some crisis may develop
demanding uu immediate appeal to
the country, as was shown recently
I In (ireat Britain when two general
elections took place within ii year.
■ Such a condition might arise at any
time in Canada, and il no redistribution hill is passed the election
would have to he held under the old
division, which would practically
disfranchise a considerable proportion ol the people and he most unfair to parts of the Dominion which
have added large numbers to their
population. There is the less esnise
for this delay since the present census was taken in mil while this is
the session of 1JII2-1.*.. ll no redistribution is made at this session
it will therefore probably be 19M h***-
fore any law can go into effect
which will equalize representation on
a just basis. The census figures ou
which the rcdistrihut Ion is based
have been in the hands of the government for a considerable time so
that cause for delay is with ttie
government, not with the census
workers*.
During his pre-election westerin
tour Mr. Rorden everywhere promised immediate reail.iustmcnt ut the
representation after the census, so
that the increase of the population of
the west could he taken care of. Rut
the election occurred and the vote
«>f the west was not very pleasing to
Mr Rorden—hence his evident desire
to delay giving it proper representation.
The present is precisely the time
when under constitutional government no delav should occur in re-
.idiusting the representation. The
cahine*t has not recovered from one
crisis. Another may welt develop
any time in the disputes between the
divergent branches ol the coalition
' coverninent and its supporters over
the naval programme
! With the possihilllj of an appeal to
j the people to decide upon a matter
ul such epochal importance to the
l nation in itself, and as a part of the
empire. It is ominously significant
: that Mr. Horden should have iieg-
j lecU'd to provide for the constitutional redistribution
not hard to see. I
of last election was naturally pleasing to him. If fur any cause he is
obliged to appeal to the people he
wishes to meet as few constituencies
and groups as possible. Meanwhile ho
is apparently ready to sacrifice Unpeople to serve    his own party ends
f
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NOTICE
WE   wish to call thc attention of lhe Public lo our new CHOCOLATE
MANUFACTURING DEPARTMENT    The Chocolate Creams
and hand centres wc manufacture will compare favorably with any of
Ihe leading lines now on the market, both in flavor and quality.
We offer thc same to thc public on and after Saturday, Dec. 7th, at 40c
per lb.: Chocolate hand rolls at 50c pCr lb., in one lb, lots only.
High tfrade imported Chocolates arc sold at 60c per lb. and Chocolate hand
rolls at 75c per lb. Compare these prices with ours and you will find a saving
of 20c and 25c per lb. respectively.
ln thc near future wc will manufacture all kinds of hard-boiled candies, gum
and jelly drops, also marshmallow goods in their various forms. This will mean
the employment of a number of factory hands as dippers and wrappers, etc
Patronise home industry and boost Cranbrook's fijst factory.
Watch our window display on Saturday, Dec, 7.
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KKNATORS, NOT MEMHBRS.
Kven a more sinister corollarj to
this avoidance of redistribution is
the announcement ol the government's intention to increase the senatorial representation of the west by
giving Manitoba, Saskatchewan and
Alberta two more senators apiece.
Apparently while the premier is
afraid to trus't the people then- to
elect then own representative ho is
witling to give them more representation—provided lie tan do the choosing. This is Mr. Horden's fulfilment
of the senate reform plank in his
Halifax platform. The west is to
be 08 long as possible deprived of its
share in lhe work ot the commons,
but a sop is to tie thrown out In Ihe
appointment of half a dozen "discredited politicians" to the senate.
The premier is evidently anxious lo
assist the hand of lime hy appoint
ing more of his political friends to
the senate. This was adding insult
to injury and glaring as a deliance of
the rights of the people and the popular will, to omit all reference to
any intention of giving thc people lhe
representation in the house of commons to which, by law, they are entitled, and to specify an Intention to
increase the representation in the
chamber, in the selection ut the
personnel of which (he
no voice.
Pellotiei, .nc still In the cabinet,
they still represent their Nationalist
pledges in opposition to naval ex
pomllturo generally, ami especially
contribution or anything else without
a referendum. It serves to intensify
the interest as tu what part the
The reason is Nationalist ministers will play when
general result ! Mr. Horden announces his plans.
The comparative triviality of ihr
election was shown by the fail that
the two candidates together did mn
receive as many voles as lion. Mr.
''oderre alone in 1011, while on this
occasion Mr. Codcrre's vote was al-
(most  Mill) less than that given      i<>
Mr.
Mr. Rivet, tbe Liberal cand.date
nil in September, I'M
Tnderrc received 7178 and Mr. Rivet
5805. At the bye-election just completed Hon. Mr. Coderre received
1222 and Mr. Dovon ftlte Labor-Nationalist candidate) 2lllfi. These
figures make it easily apparent that
very few Liberals voted, while lhe
great majority of the electors did
not consider the mutter of sufficient
importance to take the trouble tn
vote.
FOREIGNERS WI »
KITS Ull MET
.HiK OLD QUESTION OK
IN(i WAGES   AM) 01
AGAINST HOKDE OP
SIDERS-DANGEK
HEALTH ANI)
MORALS.
LOWER-
TORY
Berlin, Nov. 36.—Germany is being
overrun by a million ".Japanese"—
that is to say by a horde of outsiders who come lor cheap work.
Hence tho outcry that they cut
people have down her wages, lower her standard
of living, health and morals, and
threaten hei  iu time of war.
"National expropriation," savs
Professor Serine, is what she is
threatened with at lhe hands of her
"■laps." Hut these .laps are really
Europeans. From Russia, -Tolland,
Rulheuia,  Hungary,  Italy aud     Hoi
Rut it is    announced that tlie High- ,u"a cume eVcr>' >'car llbollt a    '""
ways   Aid bill,   will tie reintroduced  ilu" ■'»-■*•'grants who do all the rough
HIGHWAYS All) HILL AGAIN'.
Apparently the government Ims determined to abandon tin* ill-conceived
tariff commission and T. and N. O.
railway subsidies hills, since they
were    not   mentioned in tlie speech.
"for the purpose of enabling the
Dominion to co-operate with the
province" iu the Improvement of
existing facilities. In this, as at
last session, the go.emmont will
meet with the cordial .iitl of tbe opposition. Rut il they persist iu so
[raining tbe bill as to leave large
loop-holes by which tht- money voted
can to used as a species of national
bribe to any constituency where a
bye-election or other excitement may
require special nursing, it will again
meet with the opposition il deserves.
Sir Wilfrid Laurier and Ids followers
strongly approved the principle of
the bill, but demanded that it provide for division of thr money
amongst the provinces according to
population, and its expenditure by
the provinces themselves in accordance with constitutional practice.
This was refused by the government,
and on this ground the senate rejected the bill.
Tbe rest of the sessional bill ol
fare is to comprise a bill to effectuate the reciprocal trade agreement*
with the West Indies—partially fulfilling the "wider markets" propaganda of the Liberal partv. substantial aids to agriculture, the Hank
\ct amendment,   and a lot of minor
work    in agriculture   and Induatrj
aud then   depart   fattened with (ici
man   money,   leaving demoralization
and disease iu tlieir train.
I These invaders are regarded by the
native population much as the Pacilie coast Americans regard the yellow man. Germans refuse to mingle
with them socially, and would like
to see them expelled. Hut the "big''
interests in agriculture and industry.
profit Irom thc supply of cheap
workers and have made a compart
to support the existing system ol
iree entry of foreign contract labor
All this began about thirty years
ago, when Europe's yellow men were
invited in to harvest the beet root.
Later they .spread to tillage and agriculture generally and within the
last ten years they have invaded the
industrial towns. They first came
from Russian Poland. Then in succession come Galicians, Hungarians.
I'arinthians, Slavonians, Italians and
ei en Servians.
I All are welcome so long as they
take low wages and kicks The agrarian "bund ber landwirte,"
which is tbe real ruler of (lermany,
quite seriously proposed two years
ago tu import Chinamen via Siberia.
At present   about half of the million*
and unspecified business. Under    the  t"on,p lrom     Austria-Hungary      and
spurring of an active opposition    Xto about a I""1* 'rom Husslr
unspecified   business   may well prove
tlie most important.
The coming week will probabh to
taken up with the debate nn the ml-
ilress in reply to tbe speech, so thatt
it may be a week or more before tbe
prime minister is able to finally announce the expedient by which he
hopes to tide over his cabinet naval
emergency.
HOCHELAGA   RESULT   INSIGNIFICANT.
(ireat   efforts are lieing made      by
In l'.)lu the million sent back to
their homes bad $60,ihio,<iiiii ol German money. That, considering the
low wages, is a vast sum. A Gttli-
cian harvest hand last summer tried
at Ailensteiu admitted having sent
home $68.50 out ol his $7n earnings
He swore that for eleven weeks on
end lie had eaten only Swede raw
turnips picked up in tlte fields, with
tacasional potato skins.
Mining, stone and earth works, as
well as textiles are all over-run bv
foreigners. The system of importation is    regularly organized.     Agri-
the Conservative press to make tt ap- cultural labor is imported by a
pear that the election of Hon, ("central bureau," which supplies men
Louis Coderre in Hoehelaga was     a at a cost ol about $5 a head. Includ
brilliant victory lor the Conservatives and Iheir "naval policy." As a
matter ol fact nothing could have
lieen lurther from the truth. Politically tbe election was a blank cartridge, as there was no contest between the parties, and, as usual, the
position was forced by Sir Willrid
Laurier. Tlie Liberal chieftain
took the ground that since the gov
"•rnment bad no known policv on the
inly Issue of   the dav there was    no
ing train fare to average distances.
Refore the  supply was organized (S3
a head was paid (or a Sturdy llun
The agents profited most, as they
got their fees, while the llun, a*- of-
ten as not, deserted in a few days
At present, even imported laborer
must get "legitimation papers.'
which are the same thing as a pass
port. He is obliged to leave part of
his wages in his employer's bands,
and can be imprisoned lor breach   of
reasonable ground on which to contract. As the laborers seldom
fight an election. Therefore lie ad. speak German, they are practical!-.
vised   tbe Liberals of Hoehelaga    to  slaves.
refrain from entering the contest, am) | This does not prevent trouble The
made it known that until Mr. Ror- imported laborers work as badly as
den had plucked up sufficient courage (they do cheaply. Thousands of
to devise a naval policy and take them desert and abandon their delta people into his confidence, the posit rather than do steady work.
literals would not undertake to , When a proprietor makes himself hat
play Blind Man's Run Tlie coali- ed, the gangs plot so cleverlv that
tion government was left alone to on the eve ol harvest all his foreign
try and straighten out the difficulty bands unexpectedly desert. The po
lietween the Conservative and Na-j lice seldom trace them,
titiiialist wings. The result of the] Worse trouble with Germany's
ahsention of the Liberals (rom tlie, ".laps" is caused through their low
light wns the entry of a Labor-Na- 'standard of life and high standard nl
ti-malist candidate, lie was. of criminality. They live like animal*
course, defeated by tbe Conserva- I (hi the farms and estates no bouses
fives, who turned out In ntrong nre provided for them, and thet
force, while lew Liberals voted at herd, regardless of sev, len "i
all. Tbe net refillt ol the election twelve in a shed In tine weathei
is therefore really to eniphusi/r the' they sleep in the fields Their death
difficulties of the covert alliance he- rate is 48 per thousand, while Ihe
tween the Conserva live* and Na native rate iu only IK. Robbery, ni
tiunaliiti     lion. Mrturi Nantel and) aaalln and Burden are rnmtnou. The
110 UyOA DOUBIj
A STATEMENT OP PACTS i.u'K-
EI' HV A STROAO (H'AR-
VNTEE.
We guarantee complete relief to all
sufferers from consplpatlon. In overy
case where     w,. fail   wc  '.ull supply
the
ree
Rexall Orderlies are a nenlle, elective, dependable anil safe bowel regulator, streit^tliener and tonic. They
reestablish nature's functions in a
fjuiel, easy way. Thoy do not cause
any inconvenience, griping or nausea.
Thev are so pleasant to take and
work so easily that they may be
taken bv anyone at any time. They
thoroughly lone up the whole system
to healthy activity.
Rexall Orderlies are unsurpassable
and ideal for the use of children, old
fnlks ami delicate persons. We cannot
highly recommend them to all
sufferers from any form of constipation and its attendant evils. Two
sizes, tile, and 2Sc. Remember, you
can obtain Rexall Remedies in this
community only at our store—The
Revall Store, llealtieMurphv Co ,
Ltd.
iiidiistn.il Immigrants live In vast
barracks, wiib an average of mv
persons per room. They sleep on
the floor; or it th,.v boasl a bed it is
used by all six, three during tlte daj
and  three during the night.
Nothing hui evil .tunes iron;     this
Invasion)      even in     time   ni   peace.
Worse evils are expected during war
The disorganization of German mdus-
try In  war   will be far greater than
ihe disorganization of Prench or Hus-
i, as both ol   these depend     Upon
native    supplies.      When war break*
mi all Russians,  Vustrians and Itai-*
inns will depart; and, counting     the
,0011,0ml Hermans    called to        the
dors,  the industrial population will
e reduced to S.OQO.OOO    Yet the de-
land tor   cnal, nun and agricultural
products wiil he higher during      war
ihan during peace      Ho*  will     (ier-
n.my  feed     her    armies   and supply
hem   with  clothes and ammunition'.
When the   Russo-Japanese war broke
ut, about 250,mm   Russian  subjects
layed at home, aud this alone caus-
d a Herman labor crisis.   This    was
repeated in 1909, when the war ^*are
over Bosnia led to the Austrian &up-
plv  being partly cut off.
Kconomlsta led by Serine, preach
strongly against the dependence on
■reigners. The municipal authori-
es also dislike the invasion which
brings, they complain, dirt, disease
and disorder. Most frightened oi
all are the military expert-
•W'lien war breaks out." Sal s a
ilitary lecturer, "the Russian immigrant laborers will be found in the
Russian army. They know even;
inch of east Prussia, west Prussia
and po.sen. They will plav the same
r«dp as the et-.Japanese hordes and
valets of Manchuria played during
lhe war with Russia."
BETTER THAN   TIIK BEST.
While it. is generally admitted that
The Family Herald and W'eeklv    Star
.Montreal, is thc best family and
farmer's'weekly paper printed, thet
publishers are determined to make it
still better. They are sparing no
expense to une their subscriber-* of
1013 bigger value than ever. Tbeir
beautiful picture, "Mother's Treasures, " is a delightful subject for the
home and it is safe to say tliat no
one who receives a copy would part
with it for double the money.
No mistake can be made in sendme
one dollar for that great weekly paper for 1913. Every suhsenber gets
the picture, 'Mother's Treasure-.,''
s 2*1 by 21 inches, free. It is the
biggest dollars worth offered today.
Five roomed
rent.        Phon
Sfiackleton.
plastered eottage   for
31R.      Applv     Kd.
48-2t»
Dr. de Van's Female Pills
A reiut-le l-'rencli ngttlalor; never ladi. 7Ke«
t, III are riccciiinsiv piwerd.1 in rf-jft-Utlntf tlie
mmtl-rap rttooeltlwleniile -.v-tern. Ri-tW
alt chvtp Irnllill ni Or. do TM't art i-.!-] at
rani   «.   ri * rtta   MilMtomtaddran.
Ths Si-olM'll lirm* Co., 8t, WIUHlM "at
For Rale ml  Ihiatle, Murphy 4  Co..
CRANBROOK
coming into her
OWN
We have just secured the
exclusive Cranbrook
Agency for Beautiful
Cranbrook
Makes Short Work of
RHEUMATISM
[i.. i ■-.*.'■■.! «"1 nwnr. r !,>■ hpDlhil IIJIPl flf
Si-iuli'H, I.iirr-.il-..' i. Do it, N-- .rn,-! , ".nil all other
ft-rms irf Hh.im,.,ti-m j n M id onrr u> Abbott Hn*.
ion- ,i- iiic Ri it.*-Iv. !.;-•■ mi riM'.-l of mi-ivy It
has i*i v**fi instant -■ Im U>lto*p*teWkntBfll|iwt*
lirit.il th. rn fnim Ml of airnny nntl rar 28 >u.rs
hn* MM funn." lam, RUMB *-> ,| -hiMirn for
whom th-re art-mr-ii no h-'lp. Jtat a Ow bottlra
I.., • . .:■ .I cases nf i• --. 'XI tn ■■" \• ..r-' rliiratu n j
lind today it fL.--.nrii u-v ., .-1 ;,. » .■ ." k, safe ami i
■it - -I-.1*:.-1.1 ■.-.!-:.■ !■. .■--., ■ ; f.,r nil une arid dn*
.-.I-* -, weak l-i-lti,-)--, ete    tot a dollar I*'ttie of      t
IbbsH Bro., Rhtumille _m_j
end ymir pains nt nm.-.—start MOT cum today, j
SMI prtpatd bt Abbott Broi., 711 S. DesrhomSt.,
Oi....,'-,  lit., if >uur ■i-..,v.-i does HA hav* IL I
Sold by   the   (.'ranbrook    Drug    an-i
Book t'o.
►FREE-
to FUR SHIPPERS
JI    '     '     ■ .•.*,. r, ll.M. ».*.t M.lrW.tlLfl l.-;.*t
Mai Pi E> 1.   uin. l... I •.,.', *l .1.
"(Thr Slmbrrt fcltlpprr"
lUOsd  fan   I"  UM  InHtssW  In   K*w  Purs
sho ui nun rmi om * -mm ihat
Un I.I 4 1ri|.|-l'. (;.::!. , l'l|   , III'Sll.« l.lu-al
Writ* fmr it   SOW   ITS PRKK
A. B. SHUBERT
t■» larpil lt*-.t* la tit Ho-U Ihim| -Mtatltttf M
Am-rtlean Raw Fun
i. ?i w. mmm %t >n m mum. m • via
Located   one   and    three-
quarter miles from the
city limits
Cranbrook Orchards
Are owned and bciii-*! sold
by one of the largest real
estate companies in Winnipeg They have already
sold more than Iwo hundred 1200) acres, most of
which has been sold lo
actual settlers
These people will locate
on their land within the
next year and will bring to
the Cranbrook District Irom
Two thousand ($2,000) to
Twenty thousand ($20,-
000) dollars in cash apiece.
They will immediately
start to clear their land and
will put up substantial improvements
This land has been inspected by the various representatives of these people, and they are more
than pleased with the
climate and the agricultural possibilities of this
districi.
This is the starting of a
NEW ERA lor Cran-
brook.
The majority of these
people have been trucking
around Winnipeg, buying
property there at $125 an
acre a few years ago. and
are now selling out at from
$1,500 to $2 500 per acre.
This means that we are
getting the right kind of
people—the kind that can
and will DO THINGS
One of the gentlemen
who bought, is one of the
largest horticulturists in
Winnipeg, and has a yearly
contract to supply]) lhe
Canadian Northern and
Grand Trunk Railroads
with all the flowers that
they use. He expects to
start a large greenhouse
here on his property early
in the spring. He has purchased 'fifteen (15) acres
of this property
VV',, know of no
Safer investment
than a ORANBROOK OR-
OHARD to-day, and ihoaeot
us wbo Know lhc ]X-s-*.iliiJif:ie*i
ot this country sliouM l-*i» no
tlms in wearing onoof these
tracts before tbey arc gone.
This Company owns and
controls over Two thousand
(2000) acres in this vicinity
and they will be the means ol
bringing in many new settlers,
Wc can sell you this property at low prices ami on
very easy terms.
Beale & Elwell
Sole Agents for
Cranbrook Orchards
CrinbrsoK. B. C. THK   CRANBKOOK    II ICI! A I.I)
CHAN BROOK HERALD
II. nu- llei-Hld   Publishing Company,1
K. .1. Deane, Manngkif, Editor.      j
CKANBK00K.il. C. December S. 1912
EDITORIAL NOTES
The opening ol tlie manual training school mi Monday hist marked
unothcr step forward In Cranbrook's
growth. There is entire unanimity
that the provision ol these courses
in Instruction is an excellent move.
Hoys' hands must be trained as well
as their minds. In this connection,
it might well lie taken Into consider
at mn that die Kirls attending Hie
public BChools have a claim upon the
public in in nth the same direcl ion,
Whilst ii is entire]) wise thnt the
boys of ilie city should he tnugl.1
habits cl Industry and have tbeir
hands trained in skilled work, ihe
girls, loo, «an very profltabl) be
trained In tho arts of domestic
science, .mil with verv great henefll
tn ruturc generations, Here is a
direction in which evory woman ran
work, and it being a municipal mat
ier, many ol ihem a I readj exercise
the influence ui the vote.
Ottnua despatches announce ihat
in ndditlou i" the new senators In he
appointed for the three prairie prov
Hires,   Hritish   I'nlumhlii   is   tc      liaVt
her senatorial representation in
creased bj three In view ..f this
fact it will he up lo South Kast
Kootenay lo see that this sec-lion of
lhe province,   secures al least   one ol
the now representatives in the upper
house Kcviowlng the situation and
realizing that onh good Tories uili
he eligible for these positions, the
Herald is very much of the opinion
that ii would be a wise move to
unite upon Mi ' l» Mcllride, "■ ihis
city, as South Kast Koulenny's can
dldate for the senate Mr Mcllride
is ii well known und highly respected
Conservative, who has given much of
his time to tin' furtherance ol thc
party's Interests in this section ■»(
the province. Moreover, he is one
of the leading business men ol Hns
city, whose Interests are entirely
concerned in Hu* development nf ihe
Kootenay countrj From the Mb
eral point ol view, Mr I P. Me*
Uriile's selection would he unqunll
fiodlj approved
pre&eut sessiuu.
The opposition lender pointed mil
Hint tins was the policy Invnrinblj
followed since the lirst eeusius after
Confederation, and that although in
M01 the distribution did not tuke
place until 1903, it was introduced
nt     Hie first session alter the     ten
us figures   were available. Sir   Willrid   issued    this   warning: ;'l shall
await what the government lune
say on     this   important subject
,issume today that    they have in
tention of performing what is an
portant   constitutional    duty,
am wrong I   shall he glad lo own i
and it will   be my duty to apologize
hut if I    am   right the   government
on tin* Milt instant the members
nf tbe liver Seas club wilt hold their
regular social ami dance in the Car
men's hall \n attractive program
lias been arranged in the committee
in charge .md the members are assured oi a good time Mesuies dancing, the special feature of the even
Ing will he a whlsl drive, and a lecture on imperialism, which every
meinher ought to hear.
The whist drive will commence at
k Mi p tn   sharp      Refreshments will
lie served hv a committee "I ladies
HEFTS CM
(Spcclnl  to the Herald).
Ottawa, Ilec I —In the course ol
the debate on the address in reply to
the speech fn>m the throne, HI lion
Sir Wilfrid I.aurier touched upon a
number of topics of supreme import
ami' He was particularly effective
in his discussion of llie Horden ad
ministration's failure to provide for
an eorl)  redistribution measure,
Sir Wilfrid unspnrlnglj condemned
(he delay i n bringing down the
redistribution bill, especial I j in connection With tbe appointment ol new
senators In the wesl There
mlghl he reason for appoint ini; the
new western senators hut there was
absolute reason why the west should
he gives its fair representation hi   an
Immediate redistribution  Sir Wilfrid
declared "And our policy Is such
that there devolves upon the govern
ment a constitutional and Impera
tne duty to give this redistribution
Immediately—not nexl session or the
session after not, but during       the
Norbury Avenue
Snap
Sacrifice Sale
I8S feel irontaoB on Nnr-
lmrv. mnl I.'- till on Kdwanl. Positively tho Ik-si
nvnllnblo close in oornor
in tho City.
Price $2,000.00
Half I'.mh
lli'ti.T im this nt onco.   Exclusively Iiy
Chapman Land &lnv. Co.
Two doors from llio Hm Tlimlro
TREATMENT    THAT   COSTS
NOTHING IF IT PAILS,
We want you to try three large
bottles of ltexall "93" Halt Touie,
on our personal guarantee tliat tile
trial will not eost you a penny il it
(j lines not give you absolute satistae-
jjjition. That's proof ol our faitli ill
|m. I tills remedy, anil It should indispin-
K i ably demonstrate that we know what
„ n j we are talking about when we say
llint ltexall "98" Hair Ton* will
retard baldness, overcome scalp and
:,.,-. ,-m>.-,-. to hear oi the question ] kair ailments, and ii any human
again during tbe present session." ''Rency can accomplish this resull, il
And what did the prime minister | may also be relieh lluon to promote
reply lo lliis? Again the everlast-1 » »""•' Sr°»'*'' °< llilir-
Ing tu i|Uoi|tie-and endeavor lo show | lleniembsi OT are basing
there Imd been an undue delay | m|,|lls UP"" »'110' '"ls "''''
between thc census of Idol and the accomplished bv tlie use
inal approval ol Hie redistribution j"98" "ilir T"""'' •""' "'' lia''* ""'
bill in October, 1003-strotchlng lo I righl to assume that what it lias
its inmost limits, including long  de j done   lor thousands ol others It will
hales in both bouses.  After Ibis Mr. | "•»    '"'  > ' »«>' ■)VBn, I'0" ra"'
Horden added: "A idersland, and   "<" " nythlllg by giving it       a
(Sir   Wilfrid) understands ll,   Irlsl on our liberal guarantee.   Two
distribution mcasiire thai may  »l»». BOc' »"d *'"°   Kwnemtar, yuu
be passed cannol lake effect imlil the ! '"in obtain ltexall liememics In
dissoliiii.in    of tbe   existing   pnrlla- '-onimunlly    only   al our
ment."       Tbis is extremely slguill ! H*««>l   s""''-    Heat tie Murphy Co
cant      If il means anything it mcansi   '-Id.
that Ml   Horden intends to delay dis —
solution uf    the existing parliament 11||C   |nI[|   tho merchant, the
IS  long as    possible.        lie  is  under
our state
iily    been
ol   HcMlll
be
tlii
store—The
egg
promise to applv to the people on
any permanent policy, he mnj at
lengtli propose. II is therefore, putting these two propositions together, fairly apparent thai llle prime,
minister is determined lo take no
chances—thai he will try and jam
through a contribution as a lompor
an expedient and hold on to olliee
to the Inst minute, before venturing
an appeal to the country with a
divided cabinet and following on
lhc natal issue—(be mosl important
'luestion nITccting Ibe country since
Confederation,
mav.
JOR NOVEMBER
(imi).
is degrees, 21st Novem-
1 degrees, 27th Kovotn*
Ther
her.
Ther
her.
Total precipitation 1 HO inehes.
Uflll).
Ther. mim. in degrees below zero,
imh November.
Ther. max. 60 degrees above zero,
*tb November.
SELKIRK LODGE NO. 55
J. F. 411.
Last cveoing a very enjoyable Ma-
tonic ceremony took place al Kim
lierley, when a number of loeal Ma
ous were present to assist in the in
-...illation o( " Selkirk lodge, No. 65,
which heretofore had been located al
Movie. Officers were appointed and
installed as follows:
u   Master—X. W. Rurdett.
s   Warden—'!'. Evans.
-l. Warden—Fred Ege.
Secretary—T. Miller.
Treasurer—A. Ferris,
\t the conclusion of the ceremonies the visiting brethren were enter
talaed at a deli-thtful chicken supper
and given the warmest welcome by
tho Kimherley boys.
buyer, the railway aud express com
panics, the dealers ami packers, the
retailer and the consumer. The fur
mer is enjoined among other things
to remove the male bird Immediately
after the breeding season and market
no lertile eggs; to provide roomy
nests and plenty of clean nesting material; to collect the eggs regularly
at lea-sl once, better twice, a day in
moderate weather und more fre
quently in very warm und very cold
weather and to remove them at once
in clean utensils to a cool dry eel
lar; to cover with a clean cloth to
prevent dust from settling upon them
and also to prevent evaporation ami
lading; to market them in suitable
cases ns frequently and as directly
as possible. The suggestions offered
to merchants, buyers, transportation
companies and others ure equally
specific and practical.
CURE OF MARKET EC6S
[tv direction ol the Hon. Martin
Hurrell. minister of agriculture, a
timely bulletin on the care of market engs has been issued from lit
lawa li directs particular attention to the nature of the enormous
losses thut result irom Inadequate
ind unsatisfactory methods in the
handling    of   market eggs, and sug*
'sts means by which permanent and
needed Improvement mny lie broughl
ihoiit in the Canadian egg trade, to
ihe corresponding advantage ol both
producer nnd consumer
This bulletin, which is No. 16, of
the l.i.e Stock Itranrh, constitutes a
pamphlet ol 21 panes, in which are
thown a number of clear photo engravings which are very helpful to a
clear understanding ol ihe text.
Copies may Ih* had free hy applying
ii> the publications Branch ol the
Department ol Agriculture, Ottawa
\lter describing Ihe usual method
i handling egp and the result of
nek of care of various kinds, the
bulletin offers specific suggestions to
UNIQUE CELEBRATION
OFPERIOD OF PEACE
PROPOSAL   BY   SENATOR ROOT
COMMENDGD-MONUMENT TO
QUEEN VICTORIA.
New York, Dec. 3.—A meeting of
the sub-committee of the American
committee to arrauge for the celebration in 1814-16 of the one hundredth anniversary of peace among
Ijiglish-speukiiig wus held iu the
Lawyers' club last week.
one matter acted upon favorably
was a .suggestion ol  Senator Root's,
I tliat OH February 17, 1815, live minutes shall he set aside, and that
those Ave minutes shall he designated
In the parliament oi (ireat llritain
and the Congress of the United
States as a period during which all
activities of the Knglish speakm;
world shall come to a fall stop, aud
"that for live minutes thc English-
speaking world shall review the   one
J hundred years ol peace and its attendant blessings with prayer aud
contemplation."
Another matter acted upon favorably was the question Of the Woman's Auitllary committee, whose
specific work will be to advance the
proposal to erect a monument to
(/ueen Victoria in the city of   Wash
ington*
IT MAS HEEN PROVED
That Machela, Nature's Scalp Tonic
has a rrcord lor growing hair—9
cases out of 100. II is the only remedy ever discovered that is similar
to the natural hair foods or liquids
of the scalp. Removes dandruff.
Prevents falling hair. Each package
contains a packet of Machelg Dry
Shampoo powder. Priee for complete
home treatment, (LOO. Solll and
guaranteed by the Cranbrook Drug
and Hook Co.
The petty thief works
along the line o( least resistance. I f he encounters a Yale
Lock dm your front door, he
tries the others.
The only safe house is one
equipped throughout witli
Yale Locks.
Examine your locks to-day
and protect your possessions
at once.
It is always the man who ia
considering the advisability
of better protection who is
lobbed.
Yale Locks can be had at
our store.
F. PARKS & CO.
Hardware and Vale
Locks
Cranbrook,    -    II. C.
$BJ
What Shall
I Give?
"The Question Solved" WhC-!
«T\.        ■ ' :
II you were t !.' of a new
discovery Ior tiie treatment of
coughs, colds ; nd bronchitis,
i*s certain in its action on all
chest troubles ls antl-toxin i;
on diphtheria, or \ accina ion on
small-pox, wouldn't you reel
like giving It a trial? Especially
if youcoul 1 iry;: ior fitly centJ i
Peps is thc di coveryl
Pepiaiolittle I * , j. * '•• wrapped in air and i » i"" • '■■ « > *'•■
Tliey contain cen i 11 illi
dittiin, whieh, wii « |>'--jJ upon ii ■
tongue. iiuni-I-'t' ■■ '•••■i< Into i ■>.. ,
■ixl am at time lui-atlied down tlir1 sir
pMUgutothalu .-.■. Uu their j* ■*.'*.
thoy a withe Uie ii Um d nml [ft I '■ !
tnetnbrauea of tlif broltehtil tn' ■.--, tli -
delicate walla of tho air pawn ■/■-. on I
finally enter and wiry rel ef tmfh tliu j
to iliaeapill.tr.*-- and tiny ■ r Hi . ■ t'.*
lungs.
la a word, while ni llqtdd er wl -I
can get to the in ga and air i*:. <•;■*"<.
then Pepa fina*i get tlmrc diru-t, uml
atoncoaMiniiii-!.-- ttiolr work uf i- aliiu.
Pepa are entirely dlatinct frrnn Xto
old fashioned lliinid couijh enrea, wliieti
•remerelyawili^wiil Into tlir, etoina h,
anil never reach t.io lunga. Pepa tr i\<-
ment of ceuglj and coldaladlroi: treat*
■tent.
If ynu h'lvu not yettrled PejH, ont
out t..« article, write aeruaa ir
then "io nml -f.i'c of t.r.ipi'mr,
and mail it (with 1«. aUmii to
■ay r**:urii (KiaUige) t«> Pepa t'-.,
bronto. A fi**o trial packet
wiil   then   be   stnt   yon.
MISS FIELD
Maternity Nurse
.. r.*.iti,.i.* nf Queen Gharlotte'i Mo*
|>ll.I, Lnmluli, K.ML'lnli'i
rah.-iita Attended, Town or Country
Addrera I'. O, Roi II'.', or Phone .an
Christmas Flowers from Campbell's, Calgary
To-day la the best time tnaend In ynur nrdar tor yonr \nn« ri.trul ini-urn
ttnna,   Well itdl-rer iii.-m nny day ' ini-im.ii- nek you ninli, nml
WE PAY THE EXPRESS
on nnfirnolIA.O0andnpimnla firry ilnwrr «•• ship «ill nmidi ymi with ihr
(iriniitit* Irrahnrae nt Ila nnturnl atateprtaervedi Onlfr l» thta Xmna price Hat nml
•In it to-ilny.
Rom American Beauty .  im*-tn Jio.w
*     NV I Rr.1      7.00
'      N<>. I. I'll.!; ..■ ■• W    '•    <l.'<l tti .vm
I'Hrnrtti.in*.. N«. 1. U**\        3.MI
Nn l. Pink and White     tn
Chnrnnthenraina, lataltt..    (i.00
•-'nd iln      *.no
.'Inl line 300
Roman Hyacinth-1    fldr
Narci'-'ii*. I*«|ht White  Il.u0
Violeta. double    Mc
"iiiKlp  76c
Stinl.iv por Itrinf J yards lone  Mc
A*.|*.n..-.-ii . I'lumona     • - ISe
Sprrngfri     60c
Holly, Ceoii N«. i Qualliy. iter n>. ■■ II.M
Mtatiatue, Knitlli-h. iirrlli    2.00
THE CAMPBELL FLORAL COMPANY
PhonB No, 1720.   Nlghl ('all-rtiiifi
B848tb Avt.Wrai OALGAKY
WII,I. VOU ffOKK KOK MK?
Show in-; ppople my literature
about Porl Alberni, tho greal new
Bcaporl of it c. now being developed
by railroads and other vaa\ Interesti.
spif>nilni seller. Liberal commit-
sinus, prompt settlements, good material to work with. s. J. Wilson,
lis Hastings St. (W)., Vancouver,
B.C. is:tt
WII.I.ow KlVKl: - On main
Iins uf Orand Trunk Pacific,
and Pacific* Hudson Ua) Uml
way, 11 if tin- dealie ol ihe
ttnilway (Jompsny in make it
-—- ono uf iln* iiii"-i Important
towns in the entire Canadian
West. Lots$10down.fit) monthly; nu
Intoiest; nouses, ttrlta to*tlay lur
full Information, Pao. Itond a I ..tnd
Gulp . Ltd.,410 Pin'. Illdg.* VancoiiTer,
It.*:. -i** -it
KING EDWARD'S SCHOOt
lloiid Miilii'-i-. Ml*>a t'llKlilii\inn\
IIKNHKAI, rOUItSK-
tHJiSm |« r term uf ten wieka
KINURROARTRN-
#i-' ,*.ii per term of ten wnka
Next term  "iii   brsjln  un  Wadnimtny,
Not. ttOlli
PARISIAN
CLEANING AND PYE WORKS
GENUINE FRENCH SYSTEM OF DRY
 ClUNINC —
siHim t'li-niiitiK tind Slindf n.vrine.
I,lid if*.   Kiiiii-y l .iiiiiifiil'" 11 *\<*. -udi \.
Peathen. Kum. (Ilures, Ladies'or Hen's
Hat* rmined or dyed nml i.i... u-.i nuv
atyk.
PrM-ini* nud repslrlnit urnlty done al
mtsonablr priees.
um .ii iuv.11 work ntii'iuii-ii in pronptly.
J.   H.  SMITH,   Prop'r
Ivn.ti-k Are. neer MiiacrHt.
I'llONB IM
EXPERT CLEANER AM DYER
WHAT SHALL I GIVE? We are more than ready to solve
your gift problems with SATISFACTION and ECONOMY. This
store is really a WONDERLAND in itself. Our XMAS. DISPLAYS
this year by far surpasses anything ever attempted here before.
Immense Stocks of  Desirable  Merchandise, Convincing
Prices, Courteous /
Mention, easily make
this store the
best place to do your Holiday Buying.
DO   YOUR
SHOPPING
EARLY
Christmas
Handkerchiefs
An immense assortment
Children's Picture Handkerchiefs sc each
Embroidered Handkerchiefs, hemstitched
and fancy embroidered edges, special
at 15,25 and 35c.
Initial Handkerchiefs, hand embroidered,
all initials at 25 cents each.
Christmas Linens
Direct from Belfast
Lace Trimmed Doylies al 50c, 80c, $1.00
and SI.25
Lace Trimmed Tray Cloths at $1.50, $2.00
$2 50 and $3.00
Lace Trimmed Centre Piecei at $2.00,
$2.50 and $3.00 each.
Lace Trimmed Lunch Cloth at $6.00 to
$10.00 each.
Fresh Xmas. Neckwear
New Robespierre Collars
New Jabots, New Lace Collars,
New Collar and Cuff Setts,
New Beaded and Dew Drop Lace Scarfs
Japanese Quilted Dressing Gowns
Handsome, heavy, quilted, silk robes in colors-reds,
navys, greens, etc., special value at $9.00,10.53 and $12.50
Ladies' Satin Underskirts, 50c each
The new skirt, pleated flounce, in colors: black, navy,
cream, greys, browns, tans, and rose.
Children's Wool
Muff and Stole Sets
cream with mauve,
blue, green, $4 set
HALSALL & CO.»?
Ladies', Misses and Children's Outfitters
Baby's Silk Com-
forters in red, pink,
blues and cream at
$1.75 and $3.25 each
Mac's Auto Service
PHONE 94
Prompt Service New Can
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
District of   Mast Kootenay.
TAKE NOTICE that Thomas Joyce,
Ol Calgary, Alta., occupation, mason,
intends to apply for permission to
purchase thr following desrribed
lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
llir smith rm) of an islamHn the
Kootenay ri.cr, opposite Lot 35H,
.■ml two eliains east ol thr north end
of the Island applied (or by W
Murdoch;    thence    north   111 chains.
tore or less; thence all ..tumid the
island, hack lo point of comnirricr**-
mrnt.
Thomas Joyce, \pplii-nnt.
u  Murdoch, Agent.
Dated IBtfa November, ISH    M-tn
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT.
District "i South Mast Kootenay.
TAKK NOTICK thut Itoberl
■ lames t'roukii, ot t'ranbrook, occupation Baggageman! intends to apply
for permission to purchase the foi
lowing described lands:
Commencing at the south east corner ot lot sis thousand three hundred
and forty-five (ti-fl5), group one (1);
thenre west righty (flfl) chains, more
or less, to the east houndary ut lot
••mill thousand live hundred nnd forty)
one (NMI). thence south ten (lft)
chains, more or less, to the north
boundary of lot six thousand two
hundred and forty-three (831.1),
Orottp One (li; thenre east elfthty
(K0) chnins, more or less, to a point
due south of tlte point of commence
ment; thenre north ten (10) chains,
more or less, to the point ol commencement, containing forty (1ft)
acres, more ot less.
Robert .tames Crooks
Dated November SKft, Jttt.   4Mt
CRANBROOK  FLORISTS
an- now pri'imntl to furnish FLORAL OK.
8IGN8, BODQUKT8. POTTED PLANTS.
COT FLOWERS. ETC., on shortest notice.
East Kootenay Greenhouse Co.
Phone 190 CRANBROOK, B. C.
Visit onr (.nt'iihonsi'S in Slnti-rvilli'
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
HAS INSTALLED
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES.
LOWiK YOI-R
Willi, Title Deeds, MortgaKcs, Insurance Policies
or other valuables in one of these boxes
»•
roa ruatHia information apply to
R. T. Brymner, flanaKer Cranbrook, B. C.
KOITRNAV    lAXIDER-IIST
mounted GAME HEADS * ____n
BURNT LEATHER HOODS
JOHN O. MITCHELL, Prop.
P. O. Box JQO
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^jUR Christmas Stock is now complete and we can honestly say that it
^-*/    is the BEST Collection of Gift Goods we have ever displayed.
We are making an exceptionally good display of—-
Brass Goods,  Leather Goods, Cut Glass,
Perfumes, Brushes, Toilet Sets, Manicure
Sets, Christmas Chocolates, Etc.
SANTA CLAUS, as usual, is making his headquarters at this store with an unusually large stock
of Toys, including DOLLS, DRESSED AND UNDRESSED, CAMPBELL KIDS, FLIRT DOLLS-
FIFI CATS, GAMES, ROCKING HORSES, and MUFTOI MUFFS.
We are giving a SPECIAL DISCOUNT OF 10 % for Cash on all Toys purchased before
Christmas.
We will lay aside any article and deliver it to any pari of the city Xmas Eve, or at any time
you wish.
The Beattie-Murphy Co., Ltd.
The mfj_____ Star**
WHERE IT PAYS TO DEAL
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KIiik     Attached to out
ut ami glorious   history.
Hag, i. .
uud    to
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anv brave
present state of hon-
ami     unselfish men
E9
From the modest
mantel time-piece to
the stately hall clock
—they are all here at
a price to suit your
pocketbook.
A WORD TO THE WISE ABOUT
CLOCKS
When you buy a clock j-et it
from a reliuble jeweler. \Vo
guarantee onr clocks and
yon can absolutely rely on
their having unlit time al-
wnvi.   Lut un hIiow you out
scliiClioli.
RAWORTH BROS.
JfWELEOS AND OPTICIANS
have (alien
Mrs. Toi
lion to   i
sillililirs,
| loped; also
Platinum
Finish
Necklets
We have juat received
a tticeassortniont of Plut-
inmn Fiulab Necklets.
with iinu'thyst. topaz.
ami topia uiarino drops.
Thoso nra tho very naw-
OBt iu Nt'ckli-ts ami ore
being advertised by all
tlio largo eastern jewelry
linns-.
Prices range from
$3.50 to $12.00 each
W. H. Wilson
JEWELER AM)
OPTICIAN
TOWN TOPICS
Hweel uud    boiled
hi'ii and Manning's
min nt Camp
lion is railed ior 8 p.m. at the Royal
hotel Saturday, December 7th.
Hazelwood sweet cream for Sator-
liiu .it Little and Atchison's
Customs collections (or the month
nf November at the local customs
offlce amounted to Jttti' lfl
on November 30th, at the Cottage
hospital, there was born to Mr   anil
Mrs. s. \  lleise. a daughter
I ting Mrs   King,
to Halifax.
on   her way   home
Italian
Manning
•hcstiiuts —t'ampbell     anil
Horn—At tlit* Cottage hospital on
November 30th, to Mr and Mrs Rd
landson, a .laughter.
New dgs, dates, chrystaltted fruits,
peels, etc . i.ii Xmas cakes and pud
dings.—Campbell and Manning.
Little and Atchison, headquarters
for Itsselwood icecream, Hazelwood
double Jersey buttermilk -md Hasel-
wood creamery butter
Don't forget our Clearing Out
Sale ol Heaters,   Just n few left
20 per cent. off.    Patmore Hros.
a member ol the Hank ol Commerce stall attained his majority on
\ Carney, ttmbri Inspector,    wn
in town during thc weeli
Joseph and   Mrs    Walsh were ovo
(rom Port Steele today<
Xmns stockings from five cents   I
Ave dollars at Little and Atchison's
Mrs. II. L< Sawyer, of Marysville, wns a visitor in town ou Monday.
Miss Williams has happily recovered from her recent, operation and. is1
able to he out and about again.
A nice box of chocolates will always please.—Campbell ami Manning.
II. rallicart, of Victoria, inspector
or crown lauds, lias been in town
ilurini', the week on ollicial husiness.
A meeting of the Veterans* assoeia
Mnin
ay, December 2ml
Then
was
some
relehr
i lion
Wi
siill
have
some
Of   Mr
Hill's
local
honey
(or
sal.-
-Little
ami
Vtchlson's.
Mi
i: n
irlow
has :
rrived
from
Novi
Scotia, to
relieve Mr. 11
l)en-
nis.
of thp
n M
irket
companj
, wbo
lias
been
removed to
the branch at
Mud
rod.
A  lew nice   selected ferns and ger*
I an nuns   in pots   at Campbell      und
Manning's.,
lhe strike of the C.P.R. employees
is just at present marking time \
board ol conciliation is sitting m
Montreal, and pending iis findings
there will bc nothing doing, one WUJ
or the other.
See our assortment ol fancy boxes
of lut.li grade chocolates and bonbons (or Xmas—Little and Atchison
Kancy   boxes ol chocolates in Pop-
Tlie annual meeting of the Farmers' Institute will to held next Wednesday evening, December llth, in
the government building: it 8 p.m.
Flection of officers lor the ensuing
vear and other business ol a general
nature.     Fvervbody welcome.
Celery, lettuce, ripe tomatoes and
I cucumbers.—Campbell and Manning.
Hatty Dimock was up from Movie
itnring Ihe week. He reports work
still progressing on the Aurora and
the Society (Jlrl claims. On the
hitler property a rich strike has re
eently been made, which is most encouraging the shareholders
our timothy hay,
and hunch grass.-
ning.
alfalfa, gm-n oats
■Campbell and Mati-
lleinz sweet gherkins, sweet mixed
and dill pickles in hut* —Campbell
and Manning.
Mr. Simon Taylor's many friends
will he delighted to learn that he is
rapidly recovering from his recent
indisposition. He is now nt home
and wilt shortly be out and about
again.
bams, Neilsen's, (ianong's. Cadhury's
Perrlns and McCormlck's to hr    bad
at Little and Atchison's.
Hr. J. II. King lelt. for Winnipeg a
few days ago, to escort hm sister-in-
law, lira. Haird,    who baa been vis-
Leave your orders early for cut
(lowers, chrysanthemums, carna-
tlons, roses, violets from the best
green houses —Campbell and Manning.
Roy Campbell, of Hutte, Mont , Is
visiting his sister, Mrs. W. P. Doran. Mr. Campbell was a resident of
this city, some fourteen years ago,
before it had attained the dignity of
incorporation. (Ie expresses great
pleasure in its present prosperous
condition.
Wedge wood and Limoges china in
dainty patterns—Campbell and Mnn
ning.
A general meeting of the Cranbrook District Liberal association is
called for 830 o'clock this (Thursday);
evening In the committee rooms,
over Clapp's   cigar store.   Mr. A. I.
Fisher, of Fernie, will be the principal speaker and Dr. .1. II. King
will preside. A full attendance ts
requested.
(let prices aad am tbe quality    ol
On Sunday afternoon the Masons
of this city, including members of
the blue, red and black lodges, attended a special divine service In the
Iwal Temple. There was u numerous attendance. Hev. K. P. Flewelling conducted the service and Jlev.
W. K. Thomson preached tbe sermon, a very able and interesting address, which the Herald had intended
publishing iu full, hut space would
not permit.
$1000.00 stock of fancy china to
choose a Xmas present Irom —
Campbell and Manning.
There is some little dispute in progress between the employees of a
number of the district lumbering institutions and the employers. Objection is taken by the men, fn the
lirst place, to an increase in the cost
of meals from 25 cents to 80 cents,
and, in the second place, to the defer*
red payment system now pretty gen
erally in force. Under this system
thp men receive time checks, which
are not negotiable at the hanks until
May first, which obviously is some
what to tlie disadvantage of many of
the employees, who have only these
wages upon which to live.
See our display of Oanong's fi H.
chocolates in fancy boxes, every one
guaranteed —Campbell and Manning.
The ladles of Christ Church
Oultd will hold a work and flood
sale In Carmen's Hall at j o'clock
In the afternoon and evening.
Dec. 14. Don't miss the mock
trial.
WANTED.—Position in hotel or
as general servant In small" familv.
Kxperienced. Apply by letter to
Herald office. -iS-lt'
FOR RENT.-Oflice building on
Fenwick avenue, corner of Baker
street, formerly occupied by the
Lund Land and Development Company. For particulars apply to I*.
Lund, Wardner. 37-tt
Motto: "For Home and Country."
The department, through Mr. W.
J. Scott, deputy minister, also superintendent of Women's Institutes, is
to be congratulated in lhe choosing
and sending of Mrs. C. K. Townley,
of Vancouver, lecturer, and Miss
Taylor, of New Westminster, demon
slrator in dressmaking, who reached
Crunbrook (rum Kaslo last Thuisda-,
afternoon.
Fridat •morning at in o'clock Miss
Taylor, to au audience of two, dc
monstrated in the culling of ladies
skirts, explaining first Ihe shrinking
of cloth, the laying ol the patterns,
the cutting of thc goods, and llie
hasting together. lu thc afternoon
at 2 o'clock she first reviewed the
morning lesson for the heiielit ol
those present, then fitted the skirl.
after which she cut out and tilted a
shirt waist. The time went by so
quick.lv that five o'clock came too
soon. Miss Taylor proved herself
to be an expert and practical dressmaker, going into the little details
that are so often puzzling to thc
dressmaker.
On Thursday and Friday evenings,
November 28th and 39th, In the gym
nasium of the Mcthodisist church,
Mrs. Townley gave a very Interesting
and instructive lecture on our Hag
and what It stands for, pointing out
some of the benefits derived from,
and the duty we owe to the (lag.
Speaking of loyalty, she said the
Canadian people are as loyal tn our
King as any of his subjects, hut on
the whole we do not give enough
study to the meaning of our (lag.
She said a t'nion Jack* should he
placed in every room in our schools,
and the children instructed in all
that it stands for. she demonstrated on tlie composition of the
t'nion Jack, that by tbe blending ol
Rt. George's Cross of England. St.
St. Andrew's Cross of Scotland, and
St. Patrick's Cross of Ireland, the
whole empire is bound together by
one flag; the t'nion Jack; one ruler.
King Oeorge; one name, the Hritish
empire; and one    anthem, Ood Save
nley then drew our atten-
niada's agricultural pos-
wblch arc an yet undovc-
polntlng out the tact that
. our waterways ami railways are the
[finest iu the world, and the fisheries
and mines arc among the hesl. In
this encouraging state of affairs wc
1 should he proud that we belong to
[lhe Mrilish empire. Having no army
or navy io protect ourselves from
1 invasion we have lo rely on the navy
of the old country, but was pleased
I lo say that the Dominions of the
empire an* beginning to realize that
to preserve peace ami prosperity theyj
must he prepared ta help, and she
J felt sure that Canada would not fail
to do her part-
J .Mrs. Townley states she is Canadian born, aud proud of the facl, hut
prouder still to think she is also
British horn ami belongs to the
greatest empire tbe world has ever
known.
On Friday evening shr addressed
the Boy Scouts, and was very much
pleased with the answers given to
lhe questions asked. She thought
t was necessary for parents and
enchers lo instil Into tho minds
if the children love ami loyalty tor
the Hag and empire. The next gen
eration would then display the same
loyalty as has heen shown in tlie
past. ff this Is not done nanv
uld be apt to forget, as few have
tlm chance of seeing our MnvH
inc. or the army and navy
When asked the secret ol Britain's
greatness, tjueen Victoria held up the
Ilible, ami onh' by taking this as our
guide can the Hritish empire retain
her power among the nations.
The meeting closed with two ver
ses ol "Ood Rave thc King "
Mrs Townlcv has written several
hooks, among the best being two
children's hooks- entitled  "Just a
Little Hoy" and "Jusl a Little
flirt;" also another well worth read
ing entitled "The Opinions of
Marv."—Contributed by Mrs B,
Calmer, president Women's Institute
Cakes who wero present Mrs Fred
Chapman sang, as did Mi. (ieorge
Stevenson. Mr. Fred Kenny and a
cornel solo by Mr. Kettriiigham Idled up the concert programme, Mr.
Harold Darling's recitations pleased
the Canadians, and then Cranbrook's
ideal floor manager, Mr. 1' If.
Knocke, took charge and things
going welt liefore got to a galloping
pace.
Suppei at separate tables, provided]
by a committee of ladies, was served in relays at midnight and the
party finally broke up In the early
morning hours.
ALL-CANADIAN ROUTE
TO BE   URGED   BY DR   THOMPSON, M.P., FOR THK
VI.KON.
Dr Thompson, M F . ror the Yukon, who hus just passed through
Vancouver, bound for Ottawa by
way of California, where he will
meet his familv He declared himself In favor of an all-Canadian
route to the Yukon, and said this
was the onh way that freight rates
would be reduced to proper proportions. He was convinced that there
would he sufficient business both
ways to justify such an undertaking
Pr Thompson said he intended to
bring before the house this session
the importance of this measure of
transportation-
CHURCH  COLUMN
BAPTIST CHt'RCH
Ret 0 K Kendall, pastor
Services 11 00 a m and 7 30 p m.
Bible school i 00 p in The topic
for the morning service "Tbe World's
Crisis. Satan Dethroned " The
evening subject will in- "The He
patriation of an Unclean Spirit
I was glad when thev said unto
me, let us go into the house of the
lord "
c. e. I. E. SOCIAL
IRCHRtSHOP   OF   VANCOUVER.
r      JOHN   KN*    MASSE   BIDS
FAREWELL TO MOR   CASEY.
A    very successful social and dance
was held by tlio    above Brotherhood !
1.11   Tuesday    evening, December 3rd '   ...
ot the Auditorium. >   Sl   *'*■•"••   v  "'   ^    *-m"
Tlie pro.- ling! opened about     ten \ than siv thousand persons were     at
..'clock uith a concert, the first item I the station Sunday eveninc to      see
being a selection by the   Auditorium i hjs Grace Archbishop t'asev oil    ior
j Vancouver.      Persons   ol all denom-
.nations were present and joined     in
orchestra in their very best style
Items under the enercetic tr.anaee-
ment of st.t^e Manager Brother G
\\ Muir followed in quick succession
and the following local artists cave
their services' The Odd Fellr.-*^
quartette cave two numbers and
were each time encored Miss Marion
rtumsev followed with a skirt dance
and as an encore cave the Highland
Kline to the pleasure and delicto oi
the    many    natives   ol the Land o'
cheering as   the   train   left the station.
The clergy, the members of the
executive who headed the demonstration in the cathedral and those
nearest to his car. all kissed his rinc
as he stood on the rear platform
just before the tram puiled out
FOR SALE.—Circular sawmill
machinery, complete with edger,
trimmer and sorting rig, in first-
class running order; also all ap.
ptirtcaances thereto. Capacity
70,000 It. B. M. per 10 hours. Several logging trucks and sleighs anl
general loggers' outfit. Also two lots
and office building, comer Baker St.
and Fenwick Aw. For further particulars apply to The Lund Land and
Development Co., Ltd. SH-M"
Have for sale or will lease portable
sawmill equipment, or would take
interest with party having timber —
E. I). Shackleton. -18-21 *
Don't forget the bean supper In
connection with the Ladies Aid
bazaar. Supper will be served irom
5 to 8 o'clock. Saturday, December
7th.
SKATES!   SKATES!
Complete assortment o{ tbe latest styles nml patterns
Prices ranging from $1.00 to $5.00 per pair
Hockey Supplies
AUTOORAPH HOCKEY STICKS.    Best on Market
REGULATION LEAOUE PUCKS. SHIN PADS
AND LEO fiL'ARDS
SEE OUR SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF CHRISTMAS GOODS
NOW ON DISPLAY
A HOST OF DOLLS AND TEDDY BEARS
Handsome German Dolls, can't speak a wonl of English.
Piices from 16c. to $5 00
Mechanical Toys of All Kinds.
Books, flumes, and Animals ot All Kinds
SPLENDID LINE OF CHRISTINAS STATIONERY
Pul np in Handsome Holly Boiea— and complete line of
TOILET, MANICURE AND SEWINfJ SETS
aTthe model variety store
Cranbrook, B.C.
■jimm
The Ladies Aid ot the Methodist
church will hold their bazaar and
bean supper nt Mr. Worden's huildim; j
next to Park's hardware store on
Saturday, December 7th. Do nnt.
huy yonr Xmas presents until ynn
hate •lilted the bazaar
I
REX THEATRE
To ■ Night Thursday, Dec'r 5th
Springing a Surprise J&^a^ftjfr
Out of the Depths (E88anay)- -^aSS?1- Dramatlc
ChUrCh and COUntry   (Edison).   A Military Drama.
Illustrated Song : Just a Girl Like You THE   CBAMBROOK   HERALD
News of the District
***********************
WARDNER
Robert Dormer will be sum i<>
know thut she is lying critically ill
at her home here, having been slricv-
eu wilh paralysis a few days ago.
Ur. Lyons, ot Hull Rlvor, is in at
tendance,
Miss Ramsay ami Miss Montlcy
spent last Saturday in Pernio °n
business. #
(Special correspondence).
Mr Va\ left on Weiluesdiu morning for Montana. After spomling
somo little time there, lie intends going to the coast ol California and
bach to Chicago by the Southern
route.
Mi*. Wm. Uarclay returned toi The bazaar to be held in conncc-
Wardnei on Wednesday alter an uh- ! tion with the Presbyterian church
sence ol bo me weeks nu the prairie,     here, is    to be held on Friday.   De-
■ 'hief ol Police Dow, uf Cran- ccmnec 13th. Kverybody welcome.
brook, was in town last Thursday mi Amusements are being provided for
business old and young.      Refreshments   will
Mrs   Dave   Rrcckenrldge and   Mrs. be served at the close.
(lafTnej and    llttlo daughter lloulah, j   m1s. otto   Wisner  Is   on the sick
were   visiting    In Cranbrook      lust   ]js- tlii-^ week.
Thursday. Mr    Mei.ean.    provincial constable
Ml    Ual,n     Wft«0< fl   «*■ W0Ck   al  Wardner,  is ill this week  With an
lo make his home iu Spokane, having   iltl.|(.|i _i tajrrlppo
severed his cnnnecllnn with the lum
. , Mr    Ted RtirKCss  s  n Marysvllle
her riimpiiiiv here some time ago , ,        ,    ,
.,     ..      ,,  ..    .. ,  ,,      ,       ,.      his week  'Ui  business
Mi   Harold Darling, id Cranbrook,
was in Wnrdnet  lasl Saturdnj      on     *'■'  Sam   Harrison bus suid     bis
business ranch   across    tho   Kootenny river
Messrs. Hoggarth, Small and Mo from Wardner and expects to leave
thoson, of Cranbrook, motored Into *-"-»» ■'■■■' California, where he will
lown last Saturday. resito.
Mr .lock Lovick has been ill f"i* Arrangements are being made tn
a couple nf weeks lie was able t<- l hold a Christmas tree fm* the
return heme from Cranbrook a few children of Wardner on the evening
days ago, ami is now convalescing.      of December    2ith   in    the Mbrarj
The friends and    neighbors of   Mrs. i hnll.
SALLOW   COMPLEXION
Indicates    indigestion, constipation
or liver trouble.       PIG HILLS will
versal oi ttie decision as expressed in
the telegram exonerating Mr, Lys-
ter.
Various other citizens spoke briefly,
, condemning the abuse oi the system
regulate your system and build up |,y which a postmaster of exceR
the nerve forces so that you can tlonal merit was turned oui of
sleep and enjoy life. At all dealers
-ia and 50   cents or The Fig Fill Co.,
si. Thomas, Ont.
Sold by the Cranbrook
Book Co., Ltd.
Drug    and
aud the  postal   service in Lloydmiu-
ster is disorganized.
LIVE STOCK INDUSTRY
CANADA
hast February there was brought
together at Ottawa from the var
tons provinces upwards of one liund
red men oflicially delegated i" ro
present forty four live slock and record associations, besides a lame
number of interested persons lo con
sider and discuss lhe various features)
ol thc live stock industry. This gathering which constituted tho 'bird
general convention of the National
Live Stnch association speni two
days each nl three busy sessions up
mi its programme, which included re
views of the conditions of the live
stock industry prevailing in thc re
spectlve provinces, Interprovlncial
trade in pure bred live stock. the
beef cattle industry in the easl and
the west, the daif. cattle Industry,
thr development ol tlte sheep and
swine industries, the market tot
Canadian horses, transportation ol
live stock, stallion legislation. the
chilled meat trade, bovine tubercil
losis, and nther business.
\ full repnrl ol thc addresses and
discussions thai took place lias been
printed fnr ihe Information of per
sons interested fn Uie live stock nr
in facl the general agricultural wel
fare nf the Dominion Among main
other   striking things it was brought
nut   that mu* export cattle trade     is
rapidly approaching the vanishing
point, that South American tinned
beef is being used all the way across
the Dominion, that we nre exporting
ver; little mutton and Importing a
Hie.it deal, while millions of pounds
of pork are each year imported Into
< atiada.
This report, which constitutes a
book of I'tO pages, embodies a fairly
complete review ol thc live slock
situation in Canada and offers mam
wise suggestions for its much needed
improvement. The distribution of
this wnrk is in the hands ol the
publications braach of the depart
ment of agriculture at Ottawa, to
whom applications for copies should
lie sent.
POR THK   HOARD   OF RAILWAY
COMMISSIONERS.
The follow ins suggestions and the
principles expressed therein are endorsed by Iv J, Fream, secretary of
the United Farmers' association,
and will be submitted to the Board
of Rallwa) Commissioners at Nelson, B.C., on December Otb, bj A,
li   Watts, of Wattsburg, B.C..
1. Notice is given to the board
and all railway companies in Western Canada thai a petition will be
presented to the board at Nelson for
approval nnd after that to parliament, asking ior extended powers
and jurisdiction for the railway
commissioners suggesting that they
shall have power to enforce their
orders by the Infliction ol lines, and
to recompense   those who .sutler loss
by the Injustices perpetrated by iail-
way corporations whether they be
tlieir employees or the general public.
2 Tliat measures be taken !o re
strain railway companies from attracting new settlers until such time
as the companies can sntlsfaci irily
handle the traffic.
3 That the rulings of lhe board
Shall be final and no appeal allowed
without tlie special permission of lhe
premier of Canada.
t That (lie hoard shall have |h>«
rr to fully investigate 'he financial
methods adopted by the manipulators
of railway corporations, with a view
of ascertaining how some Individuals
became   premature   millionaires, ami
to   recommend legislation lo moderate it in the future.
And further to consider various
complaints of whicli notices ilatnt
November Btb, llth, 15th and 3lsl
have been served on the railway
companies.
h The illegal discrimination in
Ihe distribution of cars to shippers
and to adopt measures to prevent
the same.
2. Application for the appoint
meat of iin official or officials with
power to -subpoena railway ofllcials
and examine them under oath, ou the
above subject.
li. That all railway companies op
crating in Canada shall he compelled
to supply small box cars of from six
to ten tons capacity for the con
venience of the public, thus striking
at the root of one of the principal
causes of exorbitant prices for the
necessaries of life, aad 'to lessen the
extraordinary difference between the
prices paid by the consumer and the
prices obtained by tlie producer.
i. To compel railway companies
to restore the public roads destroyed
ny ihem during and afler tbe con
struetion of railways.
5. For advice as tu the most effective method to restrain the government of the province ui li. C.
-rom paying one million six hundred
thousand dollars or any other sum
to the Canadian Pacific Railwaj
company for the return uf a portion
of fuur million acres of land granted
to the .said company, the latter nev
er having earned the grant of land
nor any portion thereof.
■>. That the board use its Influence
to prevent the C.P.H. Co. from obtaining irom parliament a further
extension ol time fur the completion
ol the Crows Nest Pass railway.
7. An order to compel the CP.K.
Co, to restore a steamer landing
and buildings destroyed by  them.
S. Whether the jurisdiction of the
hoard,extends over traffic on inland
waters, that is, the lake and river
service operated by the railway companies.
". An order to compel rallwa)
companies to fence their right-of-
ways through all settled districts,
and more especially those mentioned
in notices served on the CPU- Co.
November 7th.
If). To compel railway companies
to provide proper cattle guards and
crossings, suitable for the purpose
tbey are intended.
11 To compel railway companies
to more effectively clear then right
of-wavs of Inflamable material for
lho prevention of fires and damage
to property.
13. To order the C P It. l'o. to
produce witnesses who were shipped
to Italy inid whose evidence was
necessary and material iu a stilt or
suits against  tliat company.
18. That the board use its influence in investigating and making
known to the public thr amount ui
watered stock disposed of by the
various railway corporatinns, and
ascertain   who received the proceeds
II. That in the mountainous regions where Hilts of rnek endanger tin-
lives of the employees of railway
iiupanies and tlie travelling public,
b) (ailing on tlie railway track and
wrecking trains, officials shall be appointed bv the board with full power
to examine and to direct (he railway companies to take proper pre-
cautions for the prevention of accidents.
13, I shall call attention lo the
fact thnt the C.P.lt. Co. ignored the
order of the,hoard and did not fulfill
promises of the chief officers of the
C.P.R. Co. made to me nnd tn the
late chairman of the hoard, Mr. .lus-
tire Mahee, in the matter or restoring certain public roads the company
had destroyed, during and after the
construction of their railway.
IB That the hoard order an Investigation as In why railway officials are permitted In persecute persons who'dare to criticise railway
corporation^
IT
.XONGRATfcJD   AT INQUIRY HIT
DISMISSAL        FOhhoWKD-
CONDliMNATION OK THR
QOVKRNMfcJNT'S    ACTION is kkvi-.iu-:.
The people of hlowiminster, Sask.,
and surrounding district recently assembled hi express their high regard
im N. C. l.yster, the discharged)
postmaster, by presenting him with
ii handsome gold watch. Mr. Lys*
ter's popularity with all classes was
evident from the number of Conservatives iis well as Liberals appearing
on Ihc subscription list. The meeting was strictly non-partisan, it being attended by all the prominent
citi/eus, though mine of the local
Conservative executive were preset! t.
Mr. II, ('. Lisle, who occupied the
chair, made the presentation on he-
half uf the citizens. He referred
In*ielli fn the businesslike ability and
obliging courtesy with which Mr.
l.yster had conducted 'he post olliee
and congratulated him upon his lum
orable conduct, by which he had gam
ed the respect and affections of his
fellow i-iti/.ens and the confidence of
everv ono who had known him. During the seven years he had resided in
Lloydmlnster he hati never known
Mr. Lystcr to do a mean ur dishonorable act, and he was sure that in
the hearts uf the people of the town
Mr. Lyster had not a single enemy.
Mr. Lyster, in thanking his many
friends fnr the token of esteem and
confidence, referred to bis connection
with the town from the beginning,
and stated that after a vacation during the winter he would return and
resume his residence in Lloydmin
ster.
"Can ymi give the reason fur youi
being dismissed''" inquired a gentle
man iu the audience.
"The chairman is fully acquainted
with thr circumstances aud can probably give ynu a full, impartial ex
planation," replied Mr. Lystcr.
Air. Lisle then went into the circumstances as follows: "Mr. l.yster
was accused of political partisanship
at the last Dominion election. An
investigation was held by a commissioner. I had the opportunity to
weigh the evidence carefully, as I
was engaged iis solicitor nu the
case. There was certainly uo evld-
ence to convict Mr. Lystcr nf political partisanship and the case fell
down completely.
"I have been told upon excellent
authority that shortly after hie invest igatinn a telegram came from the
assistant deputj postmaster-general
al Ottawa tn une of the executive of
ihe Conservative party,here, stating
tliat the charges against Mr. l.yster
had lint heen sustained, and that he
was fully exunerated. However, in
lhe face of this Mr. Lyster afterwards received a letter from the
postmaster-general confirming the
notice of his dismissal, and stating
that the charges against liim had
been sustained."
Mr. .1. P, Lyle, mayor of Lloyd-
minster, in a short speech, reviewed
the many services Mr. Lyster had
rendered the town in addition to his
untiring efforts to oblige everyone in
bis position ;is postmaster. He characterized as most unjusttiablc the
discharge of such a ciimpetent public
official on the mere pretence of a
charge from which Mr. Lyster had
been exonerated, and emphasized the
danger tn the proper administration
of the public services which must result from such tactics. Considerable
pressure from some source must have
hern brought to bear upon thr authorities at   Ottawa, to cause a      re-
Dims notro iirticli' do la senmiii*
dernitsro, uno coqtiillo typographi*
ime nous fail ucriro : Ln umjorlU
liVntre-nciiis, avona wlopt-' lo iny-
the tVAdnm et xVfivc. ■ - * n'est d'A-
dam et du I'Eden, qu'il faut lire,
pour ijiii* cu ait un si'iis precis, qui
lui mnnquu pr.'t-i-drtnim-ut.
D'nutiv p.iii. co nii'iiu' typogru-
plic.ii l.ipoiii lY-roco. u Hump'* IV
le tiu-'s irois mi lie ulituneaux ;
(obnniGiut, vit I) nu pas coufotulra
cos', avec dee iiMifu tie poults,
KstrnpHT lo nc iiu dun iiiiiiiiul.
qui otiiit Hut'H- tiutrofois ! qui Vest
encore nujoiird'liiil, s'H Caul cu
orolre ce quo I'on eutend qtielque-
I'tiis : sucrc clmnictiii ! non, tltScl-
di'nicnl, eetto ongeaiico uo respec-
tc plus rien.
Oonitiie on l'on tend sou veil I dire
si jY-hiis quclquc cliusc, dims les
ntl'.iircH. je propoBorais que tous
les nieuibres de cette corporation,
solent .ifTublcs tVuno cnBanotte, ,\
Pinsturd'uii suliilistc uu d'un or-
plieonislo. sur liiquclle scrait Lro-
dee In coquillo d'un inolusqno
qonlfoiiqtll'.  (nous    tic   speni Iii Mis
pas pour otre poli) et en exergue,
('apostrophede Nistis : Mc.mcud-
Slf/H (JUt /'ti.', que nous Inului-
rons pour In eireoiist.-iiiec. (l'tino
facon un pen fantnisiste.
C'est nioi. moi qui les fait ! Excuse:-, cet horrible calenbour.
A. UaI'dt,
SOCIETY AND CHURCH    J
DIRECTORY 1
t'ranbrook     Lodge,
a No. 34
A.F. & A. M.
Kcgular meetings on
the   third   Thursday
of every month.
Visiting brethren welcomed.
D. .1. McSweyn, W.M,
.1. S, Peck, Secretary.
Orescent Lodge No. 3tf
KNIGHTS   of   PYTHIAS
Cranbrook. U. C.
Meets   every   Tuesday at 8 p.m. at
fraternity Hall.
N, S. Houston, C.C.
K. A. Stride, K. ol It. & S,
Visiting brethren   cordially invited
tn attend.
Electric Restorer tor Men
Phosphonol"»»««<-■<*'>;-
*, *-■ it-- propel t>
nerve in Hi** bod
tension: n
.... nnd vitality. Prematuredecnr and all  „.
weakness averted at once,   Fhoiphonol will
nakeyoo a new man.   I'm*: t m box, or two lur
l.*>.    Mailed M;itiv --Mr-       The Srol-M-ll Drug
Co., St. Catharines, Out.
For sale at Beattie-Murphy Co., LU
CKANBROOK LAND DISTIUCT.
Distriet nf Last Kootenay.
TAKE NOTICE that Alfred Pigott, of Cranbrool., B.C., occupation
Carpenter, Intends to apply for permission to purchase thr follow log
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the southwest corner of Lot 010-1,
tlience south 20 chains; thciu-c cast
HI chains; tliencc north 20 chains;
thence west 20 chains to point of
commencement, containing 10 acres,
more or less,
Alfred Pigott.
Arthur Henry Pigott, Agent
Dated October 28th, 1012.        l"i-»*
FERNIE LAND DISTIUCT
District "I South Kasl Kootenay.
TAKE NOTICE that Benjamin
M. Ralph, of Winnipeg, Man,, occupation physician, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the south end nf an island in the
Elk Rlvor, opposite Lot 227 and following the shore around the island
to point of commencement, being io
acres, more or less.
Benjamin It. Ralph.
Dated 38th August, 1012.        38-flt*
For Sale
One Oxford  Engine,   11x11.
May be seen at Benedict Siding,
out! utile cast of Mayook. II. ('.
For further particulars apply to
Leask A- .lohnson. Klko, H. V.
Dr. Mattel's Female Pills
f   Nineteen Years the Standard
Prescribed and recommended for women's ailments, a scientifically pic-
pared remedy of proven worth. The
result from their use is (puck nnd
permanent. For sale at all drugstores
MOVING
Kalli'T than puck the stock wc will
sell everything below cnst. This is
no humbug, Lut n necessary
SOOT SALE
Of Men's, Ladies', I.a.ls. Boys'. Misses'. Girls', Infants' limits
nnd Slices, together with n fnll line of Slipin-rs,
Osfonls nml Felts
The Campbell & Garret Boot Store'T
I'OMit: tlif
Hall
41 Market Company
Wn hanillo nothing but the lines! quality
Hams, Bacon, Fresh Meats, Poultry and Fish
A trinl order will convince you of tlieir excellence
PHONE 72
Try our Brookf ield Creamery Butter
I.O.O.K., KEY CITY LODGE, No. 42
Mvuls every Monday
unlit at Now Kra
ternltjr   11*11.    So-
)ot|rnlng Oddlollowi cordially invited.
II. E. sti-phi-ris, W. M. Ilairis
N. O. See'y.
DURHAM ENCAMPMENT NO. 18.
I.O.O.F.
Meet* first and    third Wedntwduy.-
in pat-h mouth.
A   c-iinli.il reception extended     to
visiting brothers.
Ollii-ors July lst to December 3tst.
II. Whito, t.'hirl Patriarch
I). P. liodkcy, Scrihc.
MAPLE LEAP REBEKAH LODOE
No. 19.
Meets every second and   fourth Wednesday at Fraternity Hall.
Sojourning   Rehekahg  cordially invited.
Mrs. Alma l.iddicoat, N.O.
Mrs. A. E. Parker, Sec.
ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS
COURT CRANBROOK, 8013
Meets iu Carmen's Hall Second and
Fourth Thursday of eacb montb at 8
p.m. nharp
Wm. Henderson, CR.
L. Pcarron, Sec., Boi 618.
Visiting brethren made welcome.
INDEPENDENT ORDER OF FOR
ESTERS.
Meets in Carmen's Hall first aad
third Thursday ol eacb montb at
B p.m. sharp.
Mrs. Lulu llayward, Rec. Sec.
W. II. McFarlane, Chlet Ranger
Visiting brethren made welcome.
OVER SEAS CLUB.
Meets in Carmen's    Hall 2nd    and
Ith Tuesday every month at 8 p.m.
Membership   open   to British   citi
zens.
X. A. Wallinger,        W. C. Crehbln
I'rca. See'y.
P. O. Box 425
Visiting member! cordially wclcom
ed.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Crnnbrook   I.odge No. 1049.
Meets every   Wednesday night at
p.m. in Royal   Itlack Knights   Hall,
linker Street.
32-U        It. S. Garrett. Secretary,
ANCIENT    ORDER    OF   FORESTERS.
Pride ol Cranbrook   Circle, No. 153,
Companions ol tne Forest.
Meets in Carmen's Hall 2nd and 4th
Thursday ol eacb month at 9
p.m. sharp.
Mrs. L. Whlttakcr, CO.
Mrs. 1. Heigh, SccrctaDy.
Visiting Companions cordially wel-
Diseases of Men
CURED
I tM.-.itiv.)y'HO'Hirri''iniriliK of id lhc
cam Unit -ir<" iiliniiluh'l.v in. unit-.i-iiVfiTiv
m-'iiio.K.tih.r thnn it I mptoy, I ,u,
noi mi* whobutrMttdyoii <>r how loni*
or by Klint mpiiii**Ih'Iijih tn-iitcfl imi; th*
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An. Ir\terestir\g Letter!
"Ml-BUK  HAS   PROVED   A C111KAT   COMFORT    TO    ME,
AS IT IS NOW SOMETHING LIKE   TWO   MONTHS SINCE
IT CURED MY LITTLE OIRL OF ECZEMA    FROM WHICH
SHE   SUFFERED FOR A YEAR."
This is hut a fragment of a very interesting letter received by the
Zaiii-Hiik Co. from Mrs, E. Cossett, of -JoKKin Bridge, Dtgby Co., N. S.
The letter continues: "When tiie sores lirst broke out 1 called in a doctor; but his treatmentidid no good. 1 tried salves and lotions and washes
of all kinds, hut the sores still spread. The disease dually became so
had that the child's face and shoulder were completely covered with
sores.     Imagine the pain the poor child (not a year old) had to suffer!
"Due day a friend advised tne to try /,iuii-llul.. I did not have much
faith at Ihat lime Ihat /..iin-lliil. would he ahle lo work fl euro, hut as
there could he no harm lit trying it,  I obtained a supply.     At that    lime
the disease had dotlOil all lei lies I   had tried for OVOI a yonr.       B)    tho
time I had tried one box nt /.am link Ihere wns n marked improvement
I continued  the /am llul.  treatment   nnd dav   hv day     lhe   sores showed
si gun oi iiiiptiM ut, until the ec/euia was confined to ilu* child's ahoul
der, une sun- on which lind In  particularly deep     ll. ilegrcos this, also,
was healed, and final I j   /.am link h,unshed even   (race id lhe disease
"I have waited several months hefme nirmiomni'
this case lo yoll, in nidi'i to see il there was nil)
turn of lhe ec/ema There has nol heen am ie
turn; tlie cure being permanent, ami tbere is no scar
or (race ol the disease inmi which the child snflcr-
ed su long. You may publish this Information if
you wish, so thai every mother may know lhe value
id Zaiii-lluk "
Kant link is jusl  as good for cold sores,    chapped
hands,   piles, blood-poison, ulcers, had   leg,   varicose 	
ulcers, scalp sores, frost, bite, baby's chafed places, etc. Also as an embrocation for rheumatism* sciatica, etc. All Druggists and Stores, line,
box or Zam-Buk t'o., Toronto, for price.
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TO I1TI LONGEVITY
SOUR    MILK      OR     BURGUNDY
FOUR TIMES A  DAY?
The question of longevity 1ms ever
been one of the most interesting to
the human race and in no age has it
been of greater interest than our
own. The last census of England
and Wales revealed the fact that
there were nearly ten thousand persons over the ago of ninety still living in the land; and the life insurance companies are observing with
satisfaction the deducting from compiled statistics showing tlmt the
average length of life is steadily increasing The fact is of prime importance to them for they live in
anticipation of greater dividends on
their investment.
What is the secret of longevity?
Prof. Melchniknfl, the head or the
Pasteur Institute in Paris, believes
part of it has heen discovered in his
sour milk treatment, .nd has hazard
ed his great scientific reputation on
the fact that the biblical three wow
and ten can lie extended to twelve
score and ten. Death from old age
is due to a bind of wasting away of
the tissues and organs caused hy the
capillary   vessels To   counteract
this the tissues and organs must  be
supplied with healthy blood
Tlie secret of long life lies in keep
ins the organs of circulation In good
working order Ii has heen said
that the best way to effect this is
maintaining the organs In good work
iug condition, as inaction Invariably
leads to decay Unfortunately nn
system ol preventing the decaj ol the
human organs has pel been disco-ret
ed though much can he dlscorrred
to prevent that decaj
It must he    understood, in dealing
with this question, tbal  when DO ot
gan is exercised   its arteries bei
distended, permitting the passage ■ i
more blood   and oxygen    ii> the lis
sues, and at   the same lune removing
the waste products rhis principle
is full\ recognised in tin* ordlnarj
exorcise ol certain muscles, usually
designated in the term "phjileal
culture " Certain muscles sre kept
in rogulai action, und are round to
develop qulckl) in site aud strength
It must not he thought, however,
that it is tin* tnuscles that :n*- di
leloped iu such action, lot the
afflux of biomi which is caused in
the action ni ttie muscles lorces   the
MM.ill   Vewls   In   unik     .Hid   tn      inn
duct more blood to the i 'tans and
tissues, which are m lum strength
ened The brain and nerve centres
ale IDUch the same, the acts ..' ihiuk
nu-, .md ni initiating movement io
the voluntarj muscles lead to slflui
ni blood io the nerve centres, and
ihe Increased nutrition "i lbs various
nerve-fibres and ganglion colls    Tins
Increased afflun nl bi i tn ihe brnln
b\ the .nt ni timi.MiL. has boon prov
ed by the Ingenious experiment of
MolSO, one ol l.mlrtic's pupils, wh.i
constructed a finolj balanced table,
on whicli lie placed a man in the horizon tal position, nnd demonstrated
that during the act ut thinking the
head becomes heavier, so that the
head-portion of Ihe table goes down
Unquestionably the best means in
our power to proven! early decay
and to keep the circulatory s\strut in-
a, healthy condition is that given In
different forms ol exercise In the
ease of the heart and tlir blood-vessels there is a certain amount of action inherent to them without any
effort of the will, hut this essential
action is scarcely enough to keep all
the organs in a perfect state of
health
Indoiibtedly the most ii.iiur.il and
the liest form of exercise is walking.
It accelerates the action nf the heart
mid the breathing, ami causes mnre
fclaod     In bf   pa«sf4 win the hlmitf
vessels, which are thereby obliged to
[contract more vigorously and carry
it with greater energy to the difier-
ent organs and tissues. By the eon-
It ract ion of the muscles of the 4eg,
essential in the action ol walking,
more blood is attracted to them
| through the blood-vessels leading to
'the lower extremities, whilst the
efferent vessels carry more blood
back to the heart, and force it to
contract more energetically.
Besides improving the circulation
of the blood, and thereby improving
thc condition of the various organs
of the body, walking and all otlier
muscular exercises have the effect of
strengthening and nourishing the
muscles themselves; an important
factor in the prevention of decay,
for it must be remembered that the
wasting of the muscles is, in most
people, thc lirst sifin of senile de-
Icay.
When one comes to ask centenarians
ii what they attribute their longevity, one finds an evceptionalh wide
[range of opinion. Of twenty-four
recent American centenarians, eighteen were women. Mrs Vu\. of
Maine, advise-il simple living and no
medicine James McOretieor, of
New Hampshire, gave "So tobacco
ind no medicine" as the secret of
his long life .Stephen Boynton, of
Massachusetts, said he lived in his
advanced years by hard work, good
food, and pure air Mrs Sarah
LockWOOd, of Connecticut, attributes
her vears to open-air life Anna
Betts. of long Island, advocat-cd
burcundy four times a (U) Mrs
Nellie Ityan. of New .lersev. is
abother advocate of her "no metli-
diet. together with hard w«.rk
and plentv nf fresh air Mrs Man
Scott and Mrs TtgUO are suppnrtets
of hard work and no luxuries Mrs.
Elisabeth Hunt, of Brooklyn, attributes her lone life and excellent
health to plenty of sea-travel. Mr"
Kmeline Warner, ol Connecticut, wl-
ates cheerfulness, regular habits.
in.l earlv nsiiK Mrs Kmeline
Barber, also ,if Connecticut,    thinks
it.it   her     lOOgeVit)   is  the result    ol
leading a quiet though energetic life
Mrs Sarah \nn -'ones, a necress.
Wlsel) attributes her tivescore vears
tn a good  constitution; while Simon
tlcrsh. a tramp Ol New York, s.ivs
tie has never followed any rule of
life His longevity maj be .itlnhut
ei| to a sound constitution, plentv ol
OXOB isc. and fresh an Inseph Zcii
ling and Joseph McOrath both glvo
■Ne\er     *.\"ir\" ,ts, the Tide for een-
lenarlanlsm
In eacb nl  tliese InstaOCSS it       nMI)
be observed    that    the cvnteoarlaoi
have followed lound principles      one
very   curious fool is observable from
the statistics, and thai is tbal each
nf the centenarians v\as a married
person      In so lariie a number    this
000 scarceh lie explained aw.n .is
heme a mere coincidence, su that
perhaps one other lav m-n bc laid
down lor    eentenariansbip— "mam
1 have no recollection ot ever com-
im; across a record ot an unmarried
woman nr man who had reached ceii
tenarlanship.
.lust one other thing, too, emerges
from the mnss of nmlerial thus placed nl nur disposal, nnd that is the
advice, "Never worry " This is
without doubt the unconscious motto
of the large majority of eentcnar
fans. Most of mir centenarians are
to lie found in the country—often,
alas' In the workhouses They nre
usiiallv poor nnd ignorant, and have
had the natural advantage of a good
constitution, plentv of exercise, and
healthy surroundings. Hut they
have never worried over themselves;
perhaps they have tlieir very Ignor-
jance to thank for this In a sense
they are fatalists Thev do not
worry about rules ol health, neither
dn they speculate on the possibilities of avoiding   lhe latest srientiflr
School Report
SUMMARY      OF      ATTENDANt'l*
FOR NOVEMBER—DIVISION 7
WINS SHIELD.
Teacher
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Division I.— "|H^^^^^^
I. .1. Cranston. IH 16.83 "SOU
Division U—
Miss   Dick ill     28.83   84.80
Division .'I—
.Miss Darkis   'la    2*5.50   88.10
Division I—
Miss Bechtel ,. 52 -H.28 85.15
Division 5—
Miss Suttaby 48 3588 83.11
Division B—
.Miss Billiards        itf    4<i 5tt  82 85
Division  7—
Miss Hiscocks .... 5-1 181.5 89.70
Division K—
Miss Cartwrlght 53 47.07 88.«2
Division fl—
Miss Kaiillmer ... 53 45.16 85.20
Division lit—
Miss MacDonald . 53    45.88   80.56
438   377.52   86.27
PERFECT ATTENDANCE.
Division 1.
■Jessie Kennedy.
Wilfrid Dallas'
Tom  I'en ne fa ther.
Division 2.
Arthur Burch.
Melford Carson.
Delia Greaves.
Gladys Hickenbotham.
(•racie Iliggins
Robert Pye.
Hazel Taylor.
Vincent Fink.
U alula Kink.
Marion I.eitch.
Division 3.
Harry Doris-
Charlotte Leask.
Merritt Leask.
(irma McNabb.
(leorge Pratt
Dora pye.
llainsford Parks.
Division 1.
Oordon A rune
Mary Barnhardt
Esther Bradley
Melville Dallas
Willie Daniels,
Mllo Drummond.
Clarence Hickenbotham.
Mary Malcolm.
Sidney Murgatroyd.
Acnes Reekie
Kred Swain.
Division 5,
Mary Dauiber
Muriel Baxter.
Irene Beech
Mah llinc
(.laths Broolm
Bridle Broun
Mabel  Brown.
(.race Doris
Uuth Kendall
Nellie MeKenna
Dorothj  Reed
IK.ris Sainsbury
Vinla Sarvis
\ iidet   -Simpson
Keith Wasson
IXivis Watson
\nme McBirnie
Division 6
Nina Belanger
Charlie Chapman.
Dannv Daniels
lentne Hopkins
Ellen Johnson
.Icaticttc .tones
frith Kendall
Wilfrid Kennedy
Marv l.aeey
Idiih Lewis.
Margaret Morrison,
(iarlield Taylor
Irma Ward
Division 7
Mamie llartlam.
Merle Bennett
Malcolm Belanger.
Robert Bealon.
Mart  Carson
Charles Clapp.
Marfan Drummond
Mabel Kmdlav.
Mu-It Hannah
Gertrude Hopkins
Kan nt Garlsifte
Russell  Leask
Brie MacKinnon
Winnie Phillips.
David   Reekie
Flossie Robinson-
Alma Sarvis.
Harry Smith
Sam Spoors.
Cyril Selby
Norman Wesson
Everett Williams
Little Piggott
Donald Dallas.
Denys Simmons.
Palmer Rutledge.
Roj Roblchaud.
Division a
Norman Beech
Freddy Briggs.
Le.-n.ml Burton.
Nnrval Cur-lake
Bllttbeth chapman
Gabriel la Hamilton
Nettie .l-thanon
Alfred .fflMo
Leuore Little.
Allan Livingstone
Charles Musser.
Ada MeKenna
Rieve Parker. *
Tom Reekie.
Gladys Shocklcton.
Dudley Stone.
Hope Taylor
Camilla Tito.
Jim Tito.
Sam Watson.
Gertrude Willis
Gordon Woodman.
Freda Osborne.
Division 8.
Oordon Armstrong.
Albert Aubertin,
Vera Baxter.
Oeorgo Coleman
Christopher Uuckerini*,
Ida  Dunning.
Stella Johnson.
Ella Kendall
Tresso Lacy
•lames Logan.
Mash Mon
\lu\\ (in
Kitty Rasindale
Gilbert Simmons.
Jack Ward
Mary Snmmerville.
Ellen Sommcrville.
Florence Qard.
Annie Johnson.
John Hyde.
Division 10.
Ernest South.
Edward Stone.
Douglas Thompson.
Dorothy  Duforth.
Gerald Bart lam.
Helen Bremen.
Marjorie Burton.
Stanley Kemhall.
Wilfred Jollffe
Vera Lister.
Ruby Lister.
Kathleen Tito
Edward McLean
never dues things hy, half. Once wc
take hold of a case, be it ever so
trivial, we always see it through
and iu connection with these women, it will bo our aim to bring
them here ami place them wherever
they may he hest suited.
"In many cases tho women have
families of two "r three children, factors whicli inevitably tend toward
greater hardship upon the mother under conditions unfavorable to her
earning her own livelihood. In
England today there is nothing for n
widowed mother to do in order to
sustain herself and offspring. She is
an economic outcast; commerce has
im place for her.       In Canada things
are different,   for here, in this glor-
« ii ees dlirUDS »
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Fruit
Trees
Ornamental
Shrubs
ioiis country it is possible fm
meanest of God's creatures to
his head and look with longing
wards the sun These women i
country would Ond a refuge
want aud possibly shame
would also find themselves, am
Imagine something more, that
definable something which make
the uplift of the race."
lhe
BRITISH WIDOWS FOR CANADA
SALVATION  ARMY INTENDS   TO
BRING    IN   VAST    Nl MBER
OF "ECONOMIC   OUTCASTS"   To THIS
COUNTRY.
There are 840,000 widows in
(Jreal Britain, according to a conservative estimate made last vear, and
one of the last wishes of the general
was that the army should attempt
to do something to relieve the unfortunate conditions which followed
the bereavement of the vasl majority
ui them "
That is the statement of Commissioner Rees of the Salvation Army,
who has just returned to Victoria
after an absence of sever..! mouths.
The commissioner made the stutc-
nont with tlie calm composure of the
man to whom such revelations are of
everyday occurrence.
What can be done with 2111,000
widows? The question arises automatically Commissioner Bees is
equal to the occasion. "In the first
place it all depends upon the widows." he says "1 know Tor a facl
that most of tbe women referred to
are comparatively young. 1 mean
In that they are still in the prime
of life and well capable to care for
themselves and their children, i*.ranted au opportunity to do so The
real point at issue is the findiim of a
suitable opportunity for them to
earn their own livings, without recourse to charity, and that is the
mission of the Salvation Army.
"It is no part of ttie work of tho
army in Canada to load the community with men or women who are
of no use to it. Our work along
other lines has proved that to the
entire satisfaction of the legislatures
of the country Irom end to end, and
the continued support and confidence
which the army receives from the
various governments is additional
proof of its usefulness. But tlie wo-
men: that is the question. What
does Canada offer them, and what, in
turn, have they to odor Canada1
Now, it is perfectly obvious right
away that Canada wants women
It wants them more especially in a
domestic sense All through the
western provinces tliere is lho same
cry for domestic help It has gone
forth in Great llritain, but the response has nOVOI been ureal enouich
for tbe simple rrav in that there
was no organisation about it The
army is equipped     «ith one of      the
best organisations  In tlie world, and
if that organisation is applied to tho
immigration of women Irom Groat
Britain to Canada the need of this
country tu that respect will disappear, and take with it one of the
most unfortunate phases of life in tlte
old country.
"That is what ue are workinic upon mnv, and daring the next year I
hope to see a -treat manv of the
women referred to ttfelj lofated in
Canada Of course, we will not
merely brims   them OUt.      The army
NEW AMERICAN CARDINALS
Rome, Dee. 3.—The Pope has of
iinallv announced the appointments
of the following American prelates:
The Right Rev. Dennis J. O'Connell. bishop of Richmond, the Right
Rev. Patrick A. McGovern, bishop of
Cheyenne; the Right Rev, Austin
Bowling, bishop of Des Moines, and
the Rev. Edward J. Ilanna, auxiliary bishop of San Francisco.
COLDSTREAM ESTATE NURSERIES
VERNON, B. C.
ALL .STOCK OFFERED FOU SALE OROWX
m OUK OWN NURSERIES
P. DE VERE HUNT, Local Ajrent
Phone i,M) Cranbrook, 14. C.
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CAPITAL SUBSCRIBED
CAPITAL PAID UP     -
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TOTAL ASSETS
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e.4 60.000.00
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$72,000,000.00
D. I!. WII.KIK, Praldent.
HON, ROBERT JAFFRAY.
Yiie.i'reahl.lit
FOR    RENT.—Stow 44x2r>   It.,
Norbury avenue, Tennant may    have
iiii.ssi'ssinit December ist. Apply W,
.1. AU'hlBon. 4C-tl
00 YOU ENJOY EATIN6
Or Doea Everything You Eat
Diatrcaa You?
Experts declare that the reason
stomach disorders nre ho common in
this country is due to faasty and
careless habits of eating. Stomach
troubles aud run-down conditions also
usually go together.
John Lind, of Oneonta, N. T.. says
"I have been troubled with a bad
stomach trouble for fifteen years, and
became so weak that I could hardly
walk or do any work, My appetite
was very poor, and it seemed impossible to get any relief. Since taking
two bottles of Vinol I find that ft has
already made a remarkable improvement in my health; my digestion Is
much stronger, and I hare gained fn
weight."
Vlnol makes weak stomachs strong
because it strengthens and tones up
the weakened, tired and orertaxed
nerves of the digoitlve organs. Vlnol
is easily assimilated by the weakest
stomachs, and is delicious to the taste.
Try a bottle of Vlnol with the
understanding that your money will
Ite returned it It doea not help you.
Cranbrook Drug and Hook Co
Cranbrook, B.C.
Accounts   of   Corporations,    Municipiilitie
Farmers and Private Individuals invito.].
Drafts ami Loiters of Credit issued
tho world.
Merchants
available in any part of
SAVINGS DBPABTMJBVT — Special   attention
given to Havings Bank Accounts.    Deposits of $1.00   and
upward* received and interest allowed from date of deposit.
Cranbrook Branch: 1). W. SUPPLE, Mgr.
********************************************
ROYAL BANK OF CANADA
Ini-oppointe-l I***!!'
HEAD OFFICE     -     MONTREAL, QUEBEC
Capital Paid Up $11,500,000 Reserve $11,500,000
II. s. HOLT, President E. I*. PBA8B, General Manager
solicited,
\1vo11ntsof Kirin«, Cor|»ijr»tioii*-tiid Individuals
iiituf town business receives every attention.
SAVINGS DBPARTMENT-Dep-oslUof $1.00 ami upwards received
"* ""       *      curreot rate.   -So formality or delay 111
and interest allowed at 1
witlidranin
•     A General Banking Business transacted.
I      Cranbrook Branch : T. B. O'CONNELL, Manager
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICK.
NOTICK   IS    HEREBY   QIV&N
tbat sixty days alter date, I shall
apply to the Chief Commissioner o[
Lands at Victoria, for a license to
prospect for coal and petroleum on
the following described lands, situate
in the district of Southeast Kootenay, lllock J'lit.l, Group One.
Commencing at a post planted at
the northeast corner of Lot 1663 and
being the northwest corner of land
applied for; thence east 80 chains;
thence south 80 chains; tlience west
80 chains; tbence north Ho chains to
the point of commencement, and containing 610 acres, more or less.
Located this 1 ith day of September
1913,
Miles Isett and   Gordon Stuart, Locators.
Miles Isitt, Agent.
0, Paterson, witness. 46-61
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
District of South Bast film.tenay.
TAKK NOTICK that Joan Stanley
Peck, of t'ranbrook, H C , occupation, Employment A-gent, intends tn
apply for permission tu purchase tin*
following-, described lands:
CoujnicncinK at a post planted
about 20 chains in a westerly direction from the north-west cornei 11
T. 1, 8575; tlience So chains west,
mure nr less, tu the cast hmindan <<■
lot 6181|   thence    north     10 ch s,
more ur less, to the smith boundarj
d lot fli.lK, tbence east 10 chains,
more or less, to the Dorthwetl cor
ner of lot BUl; thence smith 40
chains, more or less, lo the south
west corner ol lot 9184; thence east
•Hii chains, more or less, to the polnl
due north ut the point ol commence
ment; thence stiuth in chains, more
or less, to the point of commence
ment, containing 200 acres, mere <t
less.
■ lohn Stanley Peck
Dated November Mrd, 1I>12      19-01
If You Want
Your hnuae ronnooliil with llio now m-wiTni;,' sysl.-m.
I'lluNK .'iln. Onr work Kiiiininti'iil. Kttiiimtcii of I'ost
rhtvrfiilly uivi'ii.
The Cranbrook Plumbing, Tinsmithing
**n& Heating Company
W. t, JOHNSON, l'ro|irl«u>r
P.O. HON IIOI WOKKK: KDWAIll) BT.
A  Good   Home
is what is ilear to avery man. A home
is where Peace. C unfort, Conteutment.
au'l Plenty is found. That is the reason
men throughout British Columbia, when
"Cranbrook" is mentioned think of the
provisions Jos. Brault has made for an
ideal home at the
Canadian Hotel
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
ANNUAL
Eastern Excursions
CRANBROOK TO TORONTO AND
RETURN, $72.15
CRANBROOK TO MONTREAL AND
RETURN, $77.15
CorrespondiuR l<-w rates to point! in I Intarit
and Maritime Provinces
(Joels
Tickets on sale Di-'-*. let to .'list. Inclusive. Oood to
n-turri within three mouths. LIBERAL EXTENSION
PBIVILEGES.
Tickets Issued in connection srflh TRANSATLANTIC
TRIPS on sale Nov. 7th to Iv-*. ;t]»t, Indnsive, ami limited
to five months from date ol issue, with privileges of *-\-
teiision.
Finest Equipment, Standard and Tourist Sleeping Gan.
Diniug Cars on all through trains. Compartment-Library
Observation Cars on "Imperial Limited" and "Toronto
Kspri-ss."
Special through Tourist Car Service in connection witli
those Excursions.   For dates of departure and retervntlonB
apply to Loral Agent.
Tickets via All Trans-Atlantic
Steamship Lines
For full information, rail and steamship tii-ki-ts. Applj to
.1. \V SPENDS, Tickel Agent, Crnnbrook
R. O. MoNEILLIE, Dim.
I'ass'r Agont.
OalRBiy, Altn.
For all the News read the Herald THK OttAISBKOOK HBRA.JL.D
WOOD furniture makes a sensible christ-
MA.S Gin*. IT CAN BE ELABORATE OR AS .SIMPLE
AS YOU PLEA.SE AT THIS .STORE. EVERY PIECE
\S GOOD. HONESTLY MADE AND \S FULLY GUARANTEED. OUR FURNITURE DEPARTMENT, ON THE
SECOND FLOOR. \S NOW STOCKED WITH LATEST
ANDBESC CREATIONS IN THEFURNITURE WORLD.
HERE WE ARE AL.SO SHOWING THE MOST BEAUTIFUL COLLECTION Of DRAPERIES WE HAVE EVER
HAD THE GOOD FORTUNE To GET TOGETHER.
FOR THE PARLOR
CHAIR*
Itl'liS
KOCKKRS
music ca 111 net
china cabinet
TABLES
COUCHES
il-PIECE SETS
PEDESTALS
JARDINIERES
FOR THE DEN
MORRIS CHAIR*
SMOKERS' CHAIRS
LOUNGES
SMOKERS' CAHINETS
(,'EI.I.ARETTES
DE8KS
RI'liS      CURTAINS
FOR THE LIVING ROOM
EASY CIIAIRs
"     ROCKERS
MORRIS CIIAIRs
DAVENPORTS
STANDS
TABLES
MAGAZINE STANDS
IIIIIIK CASES
TEA TABLES
RUGS- CURTAINS
DINING ROOM
TABLES
CHAIRS
BUFFET
SIDEBOARDS
CHINA CABINETS
SERVING TABLES
RUGS-CERTAINS
BED ROOM
BRASS BEDS
IKON BEDS
SI'RINNGS
MATTRESSES
COTTON COMFORTERS
DOWN COMFORTERS
BLANKET8
WHITE IJIIILTS
SHEETS
PILLOW CASES
RI'liS-CURTAINS
OUR display ol Christmas Goods contains thc newest Novelties,
the best selections appropriate for Christmas Gifts. Whatever
your wants may be you will lind our Holiday Stock will
make Iricnds, outshine rivals, please everybody, and sell itself
on its merits.
GIFT GLOVES
l.inpil nml Ullliliril
•1.25 «> $4.50
XMAS MUFFLERS
In nil fliaiit'H ami fulom
Nicely boxetl
$1.00 to $3.50
Fancy **$*
SUSPENDERS AND
GARTERS
$1.00 i" $2.50
BEAUTIFUL SILK
NECKWEAR
Narrow nini llowiiiig i-ihIb
Nicely boxed
75C t<. $2.50
pocket -suppeh-s
Brown and Red
$2.50
SILK HANDKERCHIEFS
Plain and Fancy Bordeia.
76C to $1.50
MEN'S SUITS
BAnging in Price Iron,
$10.00 i.$30.00
MEN'S OVERCOATS
I: ni(lmi' in Price from
$12.00 i<> $30.00
BLUE SERGE SUITS
•• Sneelal"
$18.00 •<> $22.00
P1TTBD CLUB   BAGS, FITTER SUIT
CASKS, MH.ITAIIV SETS, COLLAR
ASH BANDXBROR1BF BOXES
FANCY SWKATEKS
I'AXI'V VESTS IN CIBBAV VARIETY
nu. JABBER'S musi: slippers
80ARFS, snx, CAPS. KTC.
Come and look.   Your judgment will tell you what to do.
PHONES
4-14
PHONES
4-14
The Christmas
Dinner
Is usually a source of considerable worry lo the busy
housewife, as she makes a special effort to exemplify her
culinary knowledge for "this particular meal"
A visit to our Pure Food Grocery Department will convert
this worry into a pleasure, as thc good things displayed on
every hand eliminate the so-called task of Christmas shopping.
Below is a partial list of the new Table Delicacies we are
offering:
French Crystallized Fruits
Qlace Pineapple
•■     Cherries
Orange tt Lemon Slices
rtalaf a 6 crown Cluster Raisins
Almerla drapes
C. ft B. Salted Almonds
Lowney's Salted Almonds
6 crown Layer Figs
Bombay Dates
Cadbury's Famous Chocolates
Gavin's Swiss Milk Chocolates
Uorgonzols Cheese
English Stilton Cheese
McLaren's Imperial Cheese
"        Cream Cheese
Genuine Edam Cheese
Swill's Premium Bacon
••      Ham
Armour's Star Ham
Heinie Euchred Pickles
Menager's Sauce
Harry Webb's Puddings
Christie & Weston's Fruitcake
Space forbids further mention of the immense assortment
of Table Delights this department offers. Our stock mutt be
seen to be appreciated.

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