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THK NATIONAL AIIVKKTI8KII
KNOWS TIIK BUST XEDIITK—
IIK PATRONIZES TIIK IIKUAI.D
TI& CRANBROOK HERAL"
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VOM'ME 28
CRANBROOK, B.C, THURSDAY, OCT. 20th, 1»21
NUMBER 34
Will There Be
More Candidates?
Meetiug on Saturday Will Con->
elder Advisability of Brlngr-
fnir Out l-alior >lan Here
Interest in tliu coming elections Is
turning for a llmo to u new angle, nml
the must iUse 11 used point now Ih wh*e-
ther thero will bo uny other candidates putting themselves bofore tho electorate, nnd lr ho, undor what ban-
nor will Ihey run?
Tho uniioiinicuii-ni has boon made
Llml Mi- it. it. Bruoo ur rnvormero is
mil in-w contemplating lUlorflng him
self to ho ,|int Inlo nomination, Ili<
Ih understood to ho avorsa to engaging in nu election contest, ospoetnlly
when li appears thero in likely to hu u
run quota or candidates.
Tho entry of u labor candidate Into
tin. lists has iii'i'n lookod upon us u
certainly by Bome, the expectation being thai » mnn from Pernie or Michel
would ba put up on this ticket. Tho
nominee from tliis movement might bo
said to represent the more radical element, however, and as sueh would
not draw any appreciable measure of
support from this end of the field.
Thot this is realized here is soen
with tlie announcement now made that
a meeting is to be held on Saturday
evening of tills week, at eight o'clock,
In tho Loggers' Hall, to discuss tlie
advisability of bringing out a labor
candidate from this end of the riding.
A number of .prominent railroad men
nre known to be behind the movement,
but lt remains to be seen whether
tliere is strength enough to warrant
putting up a candidate. In any case
tho outcome of this meeting will be
awaited with considerable interest.
Both supporters and opponents of
tlte-government are now active in
their work. The supporters of Dr.
Donttell aro1 taking steps to organize
their forces in the outside points, and
executive sessions are being held to
discuss matters In connection with the
campaign. On all sides it is evident
n good spirit Is taking possession of
the government supporters, and new
accessions to their strength are being
reported every day.
/The Liberals have taken committeo
rooms In tlie basement of the Hanson
block and will direct tlieir campaign
from there.
NAM0NA1 MOVEMENT
\(MV ON FOOT TO BOOST
THK HOME TOWN PAPER
"Subscribe to your home town pap
A PLEA FOB THE
POPPY AS A MEMORIAL FLOWER
er.
This is tlie slogan of n new nationwide movement bucked by the Nation
al Editorial Association and other agencies.
The movement has buck of It fur
more limn a selfish desire on the part
of newspapers to acquire Increased
circulation, fnr It is. in effect, a step
toward the porfeot unification or Am
erica by the strengthening ot tie:
thai bind everyone to Its native soil.
The campaign is, moreover, an excellent opportunity to boost Ihe home
town. Tbe men mi! women who were
*bom and it;.red here have, some of
them, been away for muny year.*, ami
many Iraportanl changes have taken
place changes in wbioh they would
bo greatly Interested, it (<•* moro often the qase than not thai private
correspondence overlooks those changes, however carefully ono might attempt to write "lhe news*' In n letter.
The newspaper, on the Other band,
prints tho items or interest, large nud
small, and Is llu< Ideal medium
through which fo keep In touch wllh
iu the old home town.
In order lo Btimulate this move
moot Tho Horald has been offering
with marked success n fifteen months
subscription for the-price of one yenr,
fS.OO, Wo aro also offering an extra
copy ot Tin* Herald it)
or wlio calls or writes for It
extra can bo sent, with a special Bub-
H-erlpUon blank which wo will furnish,
to anyone who is away from tlie city.
Or, if preforred, we will mail u copy
In Flanders' fields tlie poppies
grow between the crosses of those who
on tho shell torn fields of Prance
and Flanders fought and won and died
and now rest in pence among tlie
ruins of tlie land they helped, at the
sacriflco of tlieir own dear lives, to
save. And aml-d the profusion of a
waving muss of blood red poppies the
roBses of our sleeping boys ikm>p
forth to tell tho world that still they
sloop forovor wrapped In peace and
tenia 1 quiet. And now ou the approu-
hlng anniversary or the cessation of
hostilities- the cemeteries or our dead
noldlcrs aro thronged by a reverend
crowd ougor lo glvo practical demonstration Unit those wlio fought mid
won und sleep lu Flanders Fields uro
not forgotten.
On the anniversary of Armistice
Uuy iu 1010 tho children of France
gave the nucleus of an idea when tbey
gathered the red popies which grow
lit suoh numbers lu Northern France
and Flanders and decorated the
graves of all tho fallen heroes in the
graveyards near tlieir homes. They
also wore tiie poppy as a memorial
flower. Tlit idea first conceived In
childish minds and executed by childish hands has rapidly (gained favor In
France and all the allied lands un
til now Great Britain, France, Australia, the United States and other
countries have adopted the poppy as
the memorial flower for Armistice
Day.
Sentiment in Canada to honor our
fallen soldier boys Is even stronger
than those of other lands. Canadians
by the thousands shed their blood
over almost every foot of that land
where now a solid mass of poppy
blossoms blow.
Concentrated efforts are this year
being made to have every true Canadian man, woman and child consider
it a sacred emblem, and to wear this
bright red flower on Armistice Day.
Not only will it show that the heart
of our country is still in sympathy
with the spirit in which our own
soldiers gave their best for Canada,
but it will help to hold and preserve
the link of affection between the two
sister countries—France and onr Dominion.
The children of the war devastated
areas of France and Flanders have
been busily engaged in making silk
replicas of the ipoppy, and the idea
was conceived that these could be sold
and the proceeds devoted to making
these children more self sustaining.
The sympathetic support of the Canadian people is asked for, for three
reasons:
Tiie wearing of the .poppy on Armistice Day will provide n fitting way
of expressing public reverence for
the dead; from the snle of poppies it |
Is hoped to secure funds for the ro
CANADIAN CHAUTAUQUA'S
VISIT TO CRANBROOK—
GET POOR RECEPTION
Program* Presented Prove of
Ilitrh Order, But Attendance
Is Most Meagre
The Canadian Chautauqua Company
visited Cranbrook during last weekend,* but their visit cannot be counted
a success. Llttlo interest seemed to
be attached to tlie presence of such
an organization In tlie city. Whether
tho result is a lack of organization,
a lack ot activity on the .part of those
responsible, or due to the Tact that a
slimmer Chautauqua had already visited the city it is hard to say. Though
tho program on each occasion was
good, yet tho attendances were very
meagre and were disheartening to artiste and committee ullke.
Tho Chautauqua opened on Saturday evening, when the program was
a musical prelude by the Scholl Artist
Duo, followed by Mr. A. Mather Hill-
burn, a splendid  Impersonator.
Tho Scholl Duo, Mr. Claude Sciiell
and Miss Moore, provided one of the
finest musical programs ever rendered in the city. Mr. Scliell's rich tenor voice together with iiis charming
manner, and his splendid selection uf
songs, makes him an artist of real
distinction. He was loudly applauded
for his efforts. Miss Moore, the pianist, also proved herself to be an artist
of high order, holding tlie audience
almost entranced with her playing.
Mt. Mathur Hillborn, the impersonator, it is impossible to speak too
highly. As a character delineator he
excels. Never can one forget Iiis rendering of two scenes from Colonel
Carter of Carterville. It is safe to say
that it would be difficult to find Mr.
Hiltborn's superior In this Hue of entertainment.
On Monday afternoon tlie musical
prelude waa given by the Batting
Mahler Duo, Miss Batting and Mi:
Mahler, two Canadian artists who
have gained a Dominion wide reputation*
Miss Mahler possesses a real high
soprano voice which was heard to
splendid effect, while Miss Batting's
monologues, impersonations and talking songs were highly entertaining.
■All lovers of real classified enter
tainment were rewarded by hearing
this duo. Tiie afternoon lecturer was
Mr. J. C. Evans, who gave an in
teresting address on "The Average
Man."
In the evening the Batting Mahler
Doo gave another high class program.
followed by a fine lecture by Mr. Matthew Wayman. Few men have a better knowledge of the labor problems
of today, and his lecture was crammed
witli valuable information gained by
him while travelling in Canada, United States and Europe. Mr. Way-
man Is a vivid and thrilling speaker
.HK. MEI-BHEN'S CUBED
More than any other country, *
Canada need." a protective system. *
She is a young country, mostly *
undeveloped. She lies alongside *
a great big country tremendously *
developed. The Unii -I States *
has every advantage thai Canada *
has and tremendous advantages •
besides. It surely follows, to •
the mind of overy reasonable *
man, that to abandon the protOO- *
the system In Canada would be *
simply to invite the absorption of *
Canadian industry in tho far vas- •
ter industries of the United Stat- •
es. The principles of protec- *
tion of Canadian industry have •
been proclaimed by practically *
every statesman wlio bus should- *
ered the responsibility of govern- *
ment in Canada. They aro sound *
and they are right, and the vast *
n ass of the peopie of Canada '
know that they are sound und *
right.—Premier Melghen at Porl *
age la Prairie. *
DEATH CLAIMS WELL
KNOWN CITIZEN ON
FRIDAY OF LAST WEEK
Late Mr. D. Surtees Was Respected Resident Here For
Past Twelve Tears
FURTHER GRANT MARE
FOR WORK ON RAN*Y
WINDERMERE ROAD
Word has boen received from Ottawa that a furtiier su.pplem.cntur grant
has been made for expenditure on tlit*
Banff-Windermere road this fall. A
grant of $50,000 was made a month
Or so back, and it was felt Mint such
a good showing was made with this
that the further supplementary grunt,
which Is for the sum of $10,500, wns
justified- It is expected that before
work closes down for tiie winter a
rough wagon trail will be cut right
through tho fifteen mile stretch now
intervening between the two completed portions, and probably by thii
time next fall tlie road may be open to
automobiles.
WEDDING
OI.SEN - ViWiXU
Mr. Dunlop Surtees passed away
ust Saturday morning, October 15th.
at .3.45, at his home on Garden Aven-
following an illness of about ten
days. While lie had not been entire-
y well for some time previous, he
wus up and around, und well enough
to undertake periodical trips to Calgury whero be was undergoing specialist treatment, Last spring he went
down to Rochester Minn-, in Board
ot belter l.ea'tli at the Mayo Institution, but the best that could avail, apparently, was to prolong life for a
few brief months.
Tho late Mr. Surtees was born in
Clarence, Out., iu 180!*), and was thus
In his fifty-third year. He had lived in this city for the past twelve
yenrs, being oraployed by the Canadian Pacific Railway as tie inspector. Of a quiet and retiring disposition, he nevertheless stood out as
a man of sterling qualities, steadfast
and reliable, and always courageous:
not withstanding the continued ravages of disease. He leaves a widow
and little daughter to mourn him here
and his aged father still resides in
Ottawa. There are as well four
brothers and two sisters. Mr. Silas
Surtees, of Greenbrier, Sask., and
Mr. James Surtees, of Edison, Alta.,
were here this week to attend tiio
funeral, being half brothers of the
late Mr. Surtees.
The funeral was hold on Monday
afternoon at .....0, from his late rest
dencc, and was largely attended. Tlie
services were conducted by Hev. E
W. MacKay, assisted by flev. T. S-
MONTHLY SESSIOM
OF CITV COUNCIL ON
THURSDAY LAST
The tegular monthly meeting of the
city council tooit place en Thursday
cvenin-g lust, when the Mayor presided over a full bourd. with tlie exception of Alderman Binning, who was
absent-
Tlie minutes of tlie previous meeting wero read, and the sheaf of accounts as .presented by the finance
committee were passed.
The report of City Foreman Soden
as received and approved showed among other things considerable work
done to tho streets and sidewalks,
sewers and water mains. Tho wate.
main from Selby's corner to the Austin ranch was reported completed.
The report of Fire Chief Iteece was
also received nnd showed one call responded io. and a good deal of o.ten-
tfon paid to the equipment, including
a few changes that will add to the efficiency of the department
Dr. J. W. Rutledge, dairy Inspector also filed ills monthly report.
The report of R. C. Eakin, electric
Unlit superintendent, showed twenty-
two now services added to the electric light roll.
Santo—Jones: That the Pollco Commission be requested to instruct the
ehiof of *.poHoo to enforce the Streets
and Trafflc bylaw, with resji-ect to encroachment on the streets aud alleys.
Flowers—Laurie: That leave be given to Introduce By-law No. 200. which
provides for the transfer of some real
estato previously held by the city to
private purchasers. The by-law was
accordingly introduced und given it
first, second und third readings.
Tho properties affected In thfs bylaw are as follows:
1-cls 15 and 28. block 145, to G. B.
Booth, for $70.
South half of lot 16, block S9, to G
til ass ford.      The pall  bearers wero
Messrs. W. J. Johnston, F. Helse, W. [ MoTavlsh, for $161.50,
M. Harris, R. McBurney, J. Walker
ffand N. Mclnnes. There wore many
beautiful floral offerings and messages of sympathy, and the bereaved widow and daughter have the sympathy
of the entire community with them
in their Irreparable loss.
VERDICT FOR THE SUN
IN LIQUOR WAREHOUSE
DEAL LIBEL CASE
The marriage took place quietly on
Monday afternoon of tills week. Oct-| BaMom can a newspaper be said to
ober 17th. of Miss Myrtle Edgar, and „„„ won a more algnal victory Ulan
Charles T. Olson.      Bothjhe contrae-|,n ^ ^ cafie which ft E   Ciim^
belt, prominent Liberal of Vancouver,
Lot ao, block 91. to R. Sakaguchi.
for $250.
f-ot 25 and the south nineieen feet
or lot 24, block 91, to Mrs. L. Murray,
for $410.
Lot 5, block 94. to W. R. Glbbs. for
$450.
■ »'
SPECIAL SERVICES NOW
IN PROGRESS AT THE
BAPTIST CHURCH
lief of tlte needy In Canadn; nnd by       , ,
the .purchase of the poppies the des>mi haii m'U'Ct l'on,ro1 of liis ;n,,li
titute chidren of France will receive
much needed assistance.
So watch for the sale of the poppy,
nnd wear one on Armistice Day and
help   to  keep  alive  the memory    of
those wbo brought back honor to their ,    Tuesday afternoon's  program con-
counlry, glory to their flag, and peace 8,sted of a prelude by the Williams
i ence, who were not slow in showing
their appreciation of his magnificent
oratory. H is a pity that such n
lecture was heard by so small au
audience.
to the world.
CHESS CLUB FORMED;
MEETS MONDAY NIGHTS
AT *YM liriLDlNU
At a meeting held in tl
tin Monday evening the
Chess   Club   was   formed.
Concert Party, consisting of Miss Ag
i nos Adie, a soprano with a splendid
voice; Miss Dorothea Brown, a pianist
jof real worth; Master David Raltblat,
and Mr. Joe Williams, ns entertainer.
\ Special mention should be made of
: the splendid efforts of Miss Dorothea
| Brown, the pianist. Hor playing was
and
ting parties are from Edmonton, In
which district tbey will make their
home. The ceremony took place at
three o'clock at the Baptist Parsonage,  Rev.  W. T. Tapscott officiating.
Y.M.C.A.   NOTES
Every normal, right thinking man
and boy in Cranbrook is Interested in
anything that makes for better conditions and progress In life. The
Young Men's Christian Association is
attempting to do three things tha.
help honest men and boyH achieve
their objective.
The slogan of the Cranbrook Association tliis winter will be "You Are
Welcome." Welcome to share all our
various activities. Welcome to suggest anything that will make for improvement.
To the stranger away from home a
cordial welcome is extended. Come in
and become acquainted with those in
charge. Join this institution which
stands back of you in everything that
Ib worth while in life. Use the bowling alleys that have just keen put In
free ■
unto
Do
>r ctmrgo to anyone yon deals-
in response to word received lasl
Thursday by wire that her son, Herbert, wae in m the general hospital,
Mrs. J. Chester loft on Friday for
Vancouver. Herbert Chester has
boon attending the university, and
the word which enme to his parents
here wns to the effect that he was
taken 111. removed to the hospital,
where it was found that the appendix
hnd been ruptured. Later word to
Mr. Chester Is to the effect, thut the
) Y.M.C.A
Crnnbrook I of an exceptionally high order,
The Rev. , sho showed herself to be-a pianist for I £*"££ condition, enjoy a game nf
(•-  \. Harrison was elected president j whom many honors are yet in store.   '
and w. H. McConnell B-ecretary-troaa-     The lecturer on Tuesday afternoon
nrer.   Membership in the Club is open | was Limit W. J. Osborne Dempster,
to nil chess players or to anyone who I M.C, M-S-M., who lectured on "Red
Russia with the Lid Off." Lieutenant Dempster gave a most vivid and
enlightening description of conditions
in Russia nnd described In a graphic
form tho government of the Soviet.
Tho loci ure wns full of fucts and information, .plnced in a most attractive manner before his audience.
Dressed in Soviet dress he related his
axperfences durlnig his  20,000  mlt£
wishes to learn the game. Several of
the members of the club have signified their willingness to instruct beginners. Those beginners who intend
Joining the club should do so al once
so that when tournnment time arrives
i'very mibscrlb-1 thoy will be able to lake part The
This| membership feo is one dollar a year.
Through the kindness or the Y.M.C.A.
officials the club hns nt Its disposal
METHODIST CHURCH
WEEKLY CALENDAR
» room iu the Y.M-C-A. building where. wanderings through Bolshevik Rus
meetings are to lie held every Monday j ufa and Siberia. He presented the
evening nt 8 o'clock. wholo Soviet question In a new light,
—  •■*»«     m        J and like the lecture of Mr. Wayman
should havo been heard by the whole
of tho electorate of this city.
Tho evening's .program wan given
entirely by tho Williams Concert Party and consisted of songs by Miss Adie. pianoforte selections Miss Brown,
violin solos by Master Raltblat ond
songs and character sketches by Mr.
Joe Williams.
The financial returns from tho
Chautauqua engagement were so poor
as to result in a levy of thirty dollars apiece being made on the guar-
Bunday next, tl a.m.—Divine worship, subject, "A Study of Christ's
Miracles." the first of a series. Solo,
Mrs. W. C. Adlard; children's address
by tho .pastor.
12 noon -Sabbath School.
7-30 p.m.—Popular service, subject.
"Some Strange Bnit, and n Big Fish."
Solo, selected, Mrs. Klnghorn;nnthein.
"Sun of my Soul," choir; quartette,
"Lord God of Hosts" (Blanchard) Mrs actors, who numbered a dozen or
patient is doing ns woll as can bo Ashworth, Mrs. McPhee, W. Shep- 80, Tho Canadian Chautauquas will
expected.   . herd, F. Lodge.
billiards on a real good table, read,
write or join In the friendly chats
about the open fire-place.
Fou will find in our rest room
a wide range of reading mfcter. good
fellowship among our members, opportunities to be of service to others,
well lighted nnd well ventilated
room... something doing all thc time.
and now owner of the World news-
>paper, was suing the Vancouver Sun,
for libel alleged to have arisen out of
the Sun's statement that the Oliver
government had overpaid Campbell
to the extent of about $67,000 in a
deal made for the purchase of tlie
Campbell warehouse for the use of
the B. C. Liquor Board.
Tbe Sun went further, and stated
Premier Oliver ahould have done everything possible to thwart this deal.
or at least made some investigation
of It* The verdict ln the suit which
was tried this week was given for thc
defendant, whlcb Is taken to mean
that the charges of malpractice which
the Sun brought forward against the
government are considered by tlie jury to be well founded, and tlmt the
Sun followed a perfectly legitimate
course ln exposing them.
The result of this case may have a
far reaching effect on the govern
ment's course of action. It can
scarcely afford to let the matter pass
by Without any further comment, and
in a short time It may be that the Ol
lver government will be enveloped In
a liquor scandal of the first water;
Great interest is shown in the revival meetings in the Baptist Church
conducted by Evangelists J. W. Litch
and R. il. Roper. Each meeting it-
opened with a song service of about
twenty minutes, Mr. Roper Is a master in conducting tlie song service-
He is not only a good soloist but an
inspiring leader, and this part of the
service is thoroughly enjoyed by the
audiences-
The preaching by Mr. Titch Is a
forceful and earnest presentation of
tlie gospel enriched by telling illustrations drawn largely from his own
experience. The meetings are increasing in interest and attendance and s
deepening of the religious life of the
community will no doubt result. The
meetings will continue until November
2nd.
Tiie funeral took place on Monday
of llttlo Thelma Bernice Evgen, of
Yahk, who was fatally burned one day
at the end of last week. During the
absence of her mother for a short
time from tho house, tiie little one
seemingly was playing with the fire
in the stove and her clothes caught on
fire from a piece of wood. Her moth
er returned in time to see the child all
ablaze, and she lived only a couple of
This Is foreshadowed In the motion j1"""" «**« *Iie accident.     The body
made Wednesday in the Legislature by, wafi brought to Cranbrook on Sunday
Mr. W. J. Bowser, leader of the Op- and the funeral was conducted    by
position, for a select committee of se- jRev* w- T- Tapscott on Monday after-
ven members of the house to invest!-1 noo»*    TI|o bereaved parents, Mr. and
gate    certain    specific   charges    ofjMrs. Thos. Evgen were the recipients
wrong-doing   In   connection with the »' muctl sympathy in the tragic loss
liquor dealings of the government. It: w!,i('11 th*y suffered.     The little one
We are going to have some   real Is charged that members of the gov- was only four and a half years old
good times this season and we want; renment, their relatives and friends.
you to share in them.
Fred Archer of Canal Fiats was in
the city for a few days this week. He
has Just consummated a deal whereby
he acquires outright the five hundred acre ranch which ho hns been
working at Canal Flats from A. U.
dishing, the woll known Calgary
lumber man. Previously the ranch
has been operated on a share basis,
but the new deal was put through on
are Involved In the matter. Up to the TIie work *blch ,,ie Canadian Pa
present but whispers of this have cifir construction department Is now
been abroad, and the government can undertaking at Kootenay Landing is
hardly do otherwise than accede to Kiving work to train crews and oth-
the request, In view of the verdict of ers who might otherwise expect to
the Campbell libel case. . °o °n short time at present, though
. m ,  i traffic  on  the Crow  branch  Is  now
Basil G. Hamilton, returning officer | reported to be considerably brisker
for the riding, has been In the city. than a short time ago- Mnny of the
since last Saturday, making the prc-joien now at work on tho Kootenay
llminory arrangements In connection Landing fill nre from this city, though
with the forthcoming elections, Mr. 'he trains are running out of Sirdar.
Hamilton's appointment as returning The curves (n the track in the vlcln-
a recent visit of Mr. Cushing to tlie offlcer ,8 g p^i,,. one wlUl aI) l!iej ity of Canyon are being reduced to
city. All stock, ranch equipment, and
a portable sawmill goes in with tiie
deal.
Is now somo working arrangement
between the Canadian and Dominion
Chautauquas which lias been fn effect
since the reorganization of the form-
not return again next year since there er body-
political Interests of the riding, and
lie will be a busy man from now till
election time. He has been busy,
during the week getting some of the
necessary appointments made for the
election, and expected to return to
Invermere today, Thursday, after
which ho will visit other .parts of the
expansive territory he has to cover.
provide the material for the filling at
Kootenay Landing, whore the long
trestle Is being replaced by an earthen embankment. Recently there was
a mishap at the Landing In connection with the work, when some cars
loaded with earth got going down the
grnde lending to the car-barge slip,
and went over iho end Into the lake.
Saundy Learns
A Woman's Logic
Mrs. Maett hustle Says Proudly
Canadians   Have   Tbelr
Own Destiny
Dear Maister Editor:
I dlnna ken whether ye hae noticed
it or no', but I didna come doon nu
see ye as I promised twa or three days
syne, gin I was ln the habit o' leeln',
uubllns I micht pit ye aff wi' an ex-
cuse o' some sort, but bein* brocht up
- as ye ken—a strict Presbyterian, an'
mo bein' a falthfu' disciple o' auld
John Knox an' a'. I canna be untrue
tae my principles. There hisna been
anything wrung wi' me, nor, for that
maitter, hae I been blzzy. I hae been
doonricht lazy. Albllns ye micht hae
something like a speakln' acquaintance wi' that disease yersel, gin the
hale truth was celt, for abody kens
It's no' confined tae ony particular
cless.
It micht hae been my conscience
priLkiu' me for my dllenqueucies that
brocht on the writ la' o' this letter,
an' mebbe no'. I'm no' gaun tae commit masel. so I wlnna say. But at ony
rale here is the letter, an' that's a gey,
guid proof that I hevna forgotten ye
athegiiher. I'll no say that 1 didna
forget tae renew my subscription tae
ye'r paper ytnee in a wee utile, but
we'll let that stick tae the wa'. A
sma' maitter o' sae llttlo coneequencs
ss yon ls haurdly w rth while men-
tiotiln' amang freens.
Was tellln* ye, the last time we
forgathered, o' the crack I had wi'
Ueonile MacWhustle no' lank syne?
Na. comin' tae think. I dlnna think I
mentioned it Geordie, ye ken, hisna
been sae weel as I wad hae tlklt tae
?ee htm for a wee while back. No'
that he has taen tae his bed for lie
hisna, but. homewey. the puir chiel's
taen an awfu' -could, an' lt lias settled in his held. Oh. ye needna Iauch,
Geordie lana sae daft as a' that.
Weel, tae mak a lang story short,
fcrbye bein' sarin" on the ink, the
irher nlcht I gaed ower tae see Geordie. He gaed me a richt hearty welcome, an' said that he was awfu' gled
tae hae me come ower-
"I tek this verra kindly.'-' s*ys he,
"doonricht thoctful" an' neeborly I
ca' it"
"Oy. ay." sex I. "It disna hurt a bo-
dy tae spew efter a neebor's weelfare
when he's no' as weel as usual. I'm
gled tbat I came ower Basel."
An' I wasna leefn* when I telt Oeor-
Si-- that, Maister Editor, for bein blessed wi' a pair o' guid oeo. I had noticed on the table by Geordie's eJbuck a
bottle fresh frae the vendir's, aa I
sat doon. It was a gey big bottle,
naethlng less than a bale quart, no*
yin o' thae skimpy, bit things that pass
for quart* wi' some folk—nae allu-
ions tae the milkman—but a doonricht auld, Scotch quart like the yins
oor feythen aye brocht hame at Nee'-
rday time.
'An' boo's Mistress MacWhustle*"
sez I. lookln' roon frae my chair. I
had tae twust a wee Mule, no' bein'
able tae see hte bottle rale weel frae
whar I was sittln*.
"As gleg as a klttlln'," sez Geordie.
"I'll cry her ben K ye like."
"Dae." sez I. I was beginnin' tae
think that eGordle was bein* a wee
thocht neglectful' o' his duties ao a
host.
"Peggy," he cries, "Saundy 1s here,
wull ye come ben?"
It wasna lang till I heard the guid-
wife's fuit comin' through the dlnln'
room oot o' the kitchen.*
"Guid ee'n Mistress MacWhustle,"
sez I, "an' hoo's a' ye'r care?'
"Brawly, Saundy," sez the guid wife,
"an are ye'r folk a' weel?"
"In the pink," set I, hauf tornln'
roon' toe get anlther wee blink at the
bottle. I thocht it nae halnn tae let
her ken that I saw It, an' that albllns,
she micht tak the hint- I'm a great
believer in strategy. I dldna gang
faur wrang.
Geordie," sez the guid wife, a wee
bit tie sharp like, "whar'B ye'r manners? Here's Saundy hae stepplt up
tae see ye neeborly like, an' ye hevna
as much aa said 'Oollle wull ye lick.'
Mlchty 1 hae never seen sic a man."
"Hae Saundy, this wull help tae
warm ye'r blufd, an' may no' come
amiss on a cauld nfcht like this." The
guldwlfe teemed oot a muckle gless for
me an' anither for Geordie.
"Ye'r verra guid health, Mistress
MacWhustle," sei I, "an' may a' ye'r
troubles be wee yins."
"Ttienk ye kindly, Saundy," sec she,
"but noo I maun rin. I'm gaun' tae
a meet in' the nlcht."
"Ou, ay," sez 1|, "tae the Rebeccas,
nae doot?"
"The Rebeccas   dtrmn   meet   the
(Continued on Page I)
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IHE     CBANBBOOK     HEBALD
Thursday, Oct. 20th, 1931
is usually sealed witli a suitable riuK, and the better grade
it is tiie better tlie young lady
likes it. We have an infinito
variety of fine Engagement
Rings, at all prices, and you
could not get belter values elsewhere.
1-rlccs - J5.00 to (400.00
RAWORTH  BROS.
Ji'iK-H-rs  and  0|>ticiiiiis
govern themselves is al slake;
there lias been no election on
domestic issues since 1011,"
Mackenzie King goes on. Is
this lo be taken to mean that
the war record of the government is not up for discussion
at this time'.' By such ill-considered assertions as tliese the
Liberal leader is putting himself iu an awkward position.
Tlle Premier is anxious and
willing to meet the Liberal leader on tliis or any ground. Why
should Mackenzie King hesitate to take up the challenge?
Does he realize the weakness
of his own position In this connection',' Tlie people at large
do at any rale, and will say so
at the polls in all probability,
it isn't the tariff, apparently,
nor the government's war re*
j cord, either, with the Liberal leader.     What Is il then?
times every thinking man should ioar-
lessly proclaim whero tie stands lu the
contest that will go far to make or
mar the future of tills groat Dominion."
FROM THE VIEW-POINT
OE
OUR CONTEMPORARIES
lolly of lie Valeru
We cannot believe tliut the people
of Southern Ireluuil will allow their
TWENTY YEABS AflO
Extracts Irom the Cranbrook
Herald ol this date, 1901
Cbe Cranbrook Gerald
Tuhlished every Thursday.
P. A. WILLIAMS..Editor & manager
Niihseripll.in Trice
To United States .
.. i-A'M per year
.. #2.&U per yenr
"Wili ■ UtMlwni  Williout a Haula'
Primed by Union Labor
No letter* to the adltor will be lnaort-
ed except over the proper vltfuaturi.
aud atldreaa of the writer. The rulo
admlta of no exception.
Ad ver lining JUtea on Application,
Cbant.ua for Advertialnit MUtiT be in
thla oUlce Wedneaday noun tho current
week to eecure attention.
NOT SHOWING IT FAVORABLY
The provincial government
does not enter the new session
at Victoria witli any new prestige added to its record. The
two libel suits recently tried at
the coast reflect no credit on
tbe government iu any way, rather the revense, in fact. Now
from the north comes the
whisper of a further scandel,
which si range to say the government has seen fit lo take up
right away, c o m i n g out
with an explanation even before all llle facts were known to
the general public, whicli only
NOT TIIK TARIFF, NOR THE I serves lo heighten the susplc-
VVAU—WHAT THEN?       lion that there must be some-
  thing lo hide when the attor-
"The tariff is not the issue,"Uey-general has   to   rush ont
Mackenzie   King     exclaims|and meet Dame Rumor more
to come up for question. Here
is another appointee of the go
verninent whom Mr. Bowser
has denounced as incompetent
for the work demanded of him
It looks as though the chickens
are coming home to roost, so
lo speak.
The provincial government
will no doubt try to use thc
Dominion election campaign
;is a sort of barrage behind
whicli Ihey may work in security, with the attention of thc
people diverted in another direction. They should not be allowed to get by without due attention being focussed on them
however, and if all is well there
ought to be nothing to fear
from tho limelight of publicity.
Tlie CP.R. has just put on a tour.
1st sleeper over the Crow llne which
will be greatly appreciated by travellers through Ihis section.
Mr. Coleman and Miss Annie Qrant
hud a narrow escape from serious In-
liope ot a peaceful settlement of thel Jury last Sunday, when the horse Mr.
question of tho .political status to be  Coleman was driving became unnian-
shattcred by the presumptuous folly | ageablo and tipped the buggy over.
of Ue Valera.     Unless lie is crazed, 	
hy the sliadow o_ power that attaches G. "Wi. Keece was badly Injured on
lo lllm as "President of tlie Irish lie- j Monday while ut work in the cur republic." he must himself sec that lto pair shops. A jack by whicli u car
lias overshot the mark nud that ho was raised slipped causing tlie uccltl*
must abandon Iiis preposlorous olalin int.
to negotiate wltll the Brltlsli govern-  , ^ ,	
ment as the reitrosoiitallvo of an In-
lepeuilent sovercinii Btalo.—Mali mill
Kinplro.
ORANBROOK,  BRITISH  COLUMBIA
THURSDAY, OUT. 20th, 1U.1
MIIISII COM i: 111 AN
MAKES UIMIII SIIOtVlNI.
IIKIII* IM "TOOTLUMS*
SUPPORTING   MEIGHEN
somewhat, grandiloquently, iu
answer to Premier Meighen.
"Who made it so?" goes on the
than half way.
ln passing, it is worth noting
that in the Duckworth libel suit
Liberal leader, carrying the |tile plaintiff made the admiS'
bluff still farther. This is in | si0n that he, himself, the six
answer to tlie reiteration of thej thousand dollar salaried mana-
Premier that the unsettlement ger of the road, was not stiff 1-
existing throughout the coun-|ciently familiar with the B.C,
try today is due in no small railway act to know what not-
measure to the unsettlement'ice was necessary before chan
of the country's fiscal policy, 'ging the freight rates. Mr. Bow
The force of Premier Meigh-'ser to a Cranbrook audience
en's position is becoming more [last year branded Mr. Buck-
apparent day by day; Macken- j wprth as one of the govern-
zie King, not being blind, sees 'ment incompetents, and by his
tliis, and seeks lo change or evade the issues lie has himself
helped to raise. "Who made
it so?" Were not Mackenzie
King and Mr. Crerar both In-
own admission that gentleman
would seem to bear out Mr.
Bowser's measure of him.
In tlie Campbell   libel case,
it has been admitted that nion-
sistent, during the last session ley paid to the plaintiff for the
of the house at Ottawa, that purchase of his warehouse for
there should be a revision of | the use of the liquor board
the tariff? Yet when the go- went to purchase the Vancouv-
vernment comes out with its er World, establishing that pa-
tariff policy as an issue of the per as a Liberal organ, and
election, the Liberal leader presumably the official mouth-
leader is willing to let well en- piece of the government in
ough alone apparently. If the Vancouver. Premier Oliver,
tariff is not to be treated as an as a witness in this case, ad-
election issue, is it not tanta- mits he knew nothing of the
mount to an admission that lit- deal for the warehouse except-
tle fault can be found with the'ing for letters which were on
government's treatment of the file. Has he or has he not been
question?    If the Liberals had, the head of the government?
a tariff plank worth fighting
for, why should they be ashamed to bring it out and stand on
it?     Mr. Crerar has no such
Premier Oliver stands convicted of being derelict in his duty
if he, as Premier, permitted a
deal of Ihis magnitude to go
qualms as to his position. He! through without first satisfy-
comes out flat footed for the; ing himself as to its bona-fides.
abolition of the tariff, not im-j As lo the beaver-pelt scandal
mediately bv any means, but as. which is gradually coming to
an objective to strive for as light in ihe north country, its
soon as possible. One can at real history is nol yet known,
least admire his courage in co- The attorney-general has lihu-
mlng out flat-footed in this op- self drawn attention to it hy
en fashion and giving battle on flying at the first alarm to the
what he realizes Is the big el-1 protection of Dr. Baker, the
action issue. [chief game warden, whose act
"The right of the people to ions iu the matter seem likely
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Where are prominent Liberals who are supporting the
Meighen Government today,
some of the opposition speakers are asking?—just as if there
are none. But there are, and
here is further evidence from
the east to this effect. It is
taken from the Toronto Mail
and Empire, where it appeared
editorially under tse heading.
"Mr. Charlton's Tribute":
On account of tlie pressure of other
duties, Hon. W. A. Charlton, of Nor
folk, is retiring from politics. Com*
ing from so staunch a Liberal, his
tribute to the integrity anil ability of
lit. Hon. Arthur Keiglien will carry
treat weight with Canadians of all
parties, for Mr. Charlton is one of
tho most highly respected ami trusted
of our public men.   He says:
"I am a supiwrter of the Ht. Hon.
Arthur Meighen, who is eminently
qualified, both as to ability and honesty, to be our leader in Canadian national affairs, and not only that, but
to represent Canada in international
work for the establishment of peace
:iiid prosperity throughout the world .
. . Tho work of tlie government, by
legislation and otherwise, since 1917.
is free from scandals and charges of
wrnng-doing. and every department
has been administered in an efficient
autl businesslike manner."
Some time ago Mr. Charlton described the Meighen government as the
only stable, firm force in the political life of the country. At that time.
Bolshevistic ideas were penetrating
in many new places, unrest was gen-
oral, the demagogue and doctrinaire
held the rostrum, and conservative
minds felt uneasy about the unsettled
state of society after the war. The
industrial reaction in the last year
hns sobered people down, and common
sense is asserting Itself. Tlie Agrarian
doctrine laid down mainly by tbe
"man from Missouri" Is the chief leftover from the period of "uprooting,"
and this Hon. Mr. Charlton nnd bis
sane fellow-Liberals will no doubt
energetically help to suppress. The
majority of Ontario Liberals are at one
with Mr. Chnrlton in confidence in
Premier Moighen.
Or this from the West. Mr.
Nichol Thompson, of Vancouver, well known mining man,
and a friend and supporter of
the late Sir Wilfred Laurier,
proclaimed his stand tu a letter
to the Vancouver papers recently, which read in part as fol
lows:
"Thorp is or should be only one
consolation for any man taking part
in public life and that ls the approval
of iiis conscience and sense of duty
done. I have a fair knowledge of
Canadian hlntory and for close on 35
years 1 have been a -pretty close observer of the men who have fignrod
in tlie public arena from tims to time
and I consider I am capabl-e of judg
ing for myself ag to who is best fitted
io govern this great Dominion, of tbe
three men who aro now before the
people as leaders of tbe throe factions.
'I think Arthur Melghen Is by far
tho most capable. No party witli
Mackenzie King as leader can have
my support, so I am still outside of
what you huve been yood enough to
term, the party fold of my youth and
will in my own bumble way, support
tlie Unionist government In the coming election. If it was deemed necessary during the great world crisis to
cull from the various parties the best
men to guide the ship of state through
the storms of war surely it is just as
reasonable to conclude that the same
principle will apply in reconstruction
in time of peace.   In tliese peril oun
Traill. Uncertainties
Premier Metglien referred al Portage la Prairie to tbo uncertainty which
iiiroady exls's among all lhe Industries or Canada respecting the tariff,
aud lo the adverse effect this Is having upon  uncm,pl<,yuieul.
Unemployment is one of the most
•difficult problems of the day iu Grent
Britain, in the United States, and In
this country. Special efforts to deal
witli it are being made iu each of tlie
countries named. It is not caused
solely by local conditions, but is due
also to world-wide conditions, to tlie
lack Of effective demands for products, to demoralization of currency
aud metbods of exchange, to lack of
production and political instability In
many lands.
Partial remedies can be found by
public bodies supplying employment,1
but this method can be carried only
so far without injustice to taxpayers.
Certainly, unemployment Is increased,
not lessened, by adding lo the doubts
and Increasing tlie instability of tlie
Industry and the commerce of the
country.—Calgary Herald.
The Ileal Issue
"Tootlumrt" was presented ut tho
Auditorium on Tuesduy evening to a
fairly large audience despite counter
attractions which wero on In the city
thu .same evening.
The appearance of the l*.n*.lish comedian, Mr. L. D'Orsuy, at tlie Aud"
iturlum In "Tootlums" gave an abundance of refined amusement to the res-
poustve audience. While the play,
like most plays has its impossible and
possible situations it must be admit
led thnt its general construction as
a laugh producer reflects distinct credit on,\V. E. Buckingham, a playwright wlio fortunately understands
Lawrence D'Orsay's temperament and
histrionic capacities thoroughly.
While the pivotal figure in the comedy is of course Mr, D'Orsay, it must
not be assumed that he monopolize..
tho centre of the stage. On tbe contrary. The star who played tbe role
of Sir Michael with distinction of style
and polished humor, had an admirable/ foil in Ernest A. Elton, who delineated the purt of Perkins, the butler, with convincing photographic fidelity. Other stage butlers we have
known havo positively disgusted us.
Perkins proved to be an excedingly
gentlemanly butler, even in his state
"Hon. Arthur Mefghen would bave|oE ficmMntoxicatlon, when he said
been amply justified In refusing to '*umphvto be bought for a shilling, I'll
hold an election, so long as ho bad|9how lier>.. re£errj„g t0 Sir Michael's
a working majority in the house, un-1
til after the redistribution. It shows
the lack of sincerity in the attacks I
upon the prime minister by Liberal
papers who are now pretending that
in appealing lo the country he Is playing a jiolitical game. If the premier
was trying to placate his opponents
be Is reaping Jho return he mlgbi expect.
'There is only one issue before tlie
people of Canada, and that is tlie tariff upon which the fate of the industrial life of the country is dependent. It is Inconceivable that at a
time of serious Industrial depression
with unemployment such a grave problem that It is taxing tlie resources
of federal, provincial and municipal
governments, tlie electors will toler-
:ite any tariff tinkering or exiwri-
mentlng on the part of free trade fanatics. The people of Canada owe
nothing to Mr. King and it is generally recognized that he is almost a negligible factor in the contest. Put Hon.
T. A. Crerar is a real menace- He
speaks for a constituency that really
believes in lowering the tariff."—Toronto Telegram-
sister, Mrs. Rossiter. The motherly
character of Mollie was deftly and
judiciously delineated by Oeorgie
Rusholme, while the ungrateful rote
of the snobbish Mrs. Rossiter was capably handled by Maud Henderson
Kitty Coleman, as Miss Pennington:
Pauline Harvey as Eliuore; Edna Ludlow as Bridget, and P. T. Parker as
Sergeant Smith made up the remainder of tho cast.
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THE      CRANBROOK      HERALD
PAGE THREE
Jn tic l pat ed that
I: will pay for
|.t'u[) ol Ontur-
This  traffic
lisly since the
lay was built,
l-nue from this
\ various chan-
of  dollars,
Liy 37,500 Am-
|ed the border
various per-
Iiour    to    six
OF   THE
|1YS ACT
OF   TIIE
J FY    OF
IWNSITE
■ou Mint tho
furvoy of tho
being tho
It 1868, Group
li shown upon
1 office of tho
lumborod titU-
llo lu Uio Of-
lie Laud ReR-
Icli wero dlr-
Ivoyed by my
lof November,
If   correcting
error ln res-
jrvey or plan
fjustlng any
occupancy
lered subdtvl-
Jid not before
ling the divi-
1 divisions ate
|f subdivision,
I list of occult lie boundar-
lltered by the
■lied with the
Id the said
|to His Honor
in Council
liy complaints
|st such Spec-
any person
Jereby affected
I Stokes, Esq.,
Lgistry Office,
lagistry Offico
J the Province
■Saturday, the
It at the hour
lorenoon.
Id expenres of
>ith the total
allowed, and
necessary
II Survey will
|e part of the
said Special
tish Columbia,
liiber, 1921.
1 FARRIS,
ley-General.
IrS TO DATE
lof the
jniii in
land
I landsf 977.23
Jgainst
lectlve
1287.23
SAUNDY LEARNS A
WOMAN'S LOGIC
(Continued from Page 1)
nlcht/' sez she, "It's a wheen o'
tlie
12264.46
weeiuen bodies in tire toon that's gaun'
tae meet."
"An" what is the object o' the meet-
in' Mistress MacWhustle, gin I micht
mak sue free aa tae ask?"     •
"Oh, it's no' ony secret," sez she
lauchin', "It's only a meetln' o* the
mithers o' the toon tae dlscusB tlie
poleetickal situation."
"I didna ken thut yo wero interested
oarnln'a o' hor man; giu she did, the
bit bairns wad suffer. Na, nn, siie
maun conserve. Ilka (thing that comes
Into the lum.-.* she maun mak' the
mulct «'■ Malr tliuu that, she maun
mak' ninny o* the things that the falm-
bty needs, at lir.mo.
"An' that's uo' u,. Sho dlsim dne
hor luil" palrt Kin phe hisna an eo
tonkin* oot iuluo tin. future. Kor aye
tlii.ro comos n day when the bairns
oroop oot fnio undor her wing, eager
nn' uuxlitiis tOO set oot iulau llu- waiT
toe lint- n>r themBOlves. Ay. an' that's
iialtunil oneuoh, Hut I canna way
tlmt they Hlionlil hue tae Kinig tao a
foreign country tun find their life
wark.
in polet'lics, Mistross Mi-Whilst lu.
"Malr than raalat o' tho men, If ye
want lat1 ken," ne?, sho.
"llmph," sez I, tukin' a wee pu' at
my gloss, for 1 was a wee bittle sot
back, "hut I dlnna doot yo'r word, Mistress! MacWhustle, ye maunna think
that, although ye've surprised me mair
than a woe."
"Ay, an' wo'll surprise mair before
we hue fecnished. A' ye men think
ye aro daein' yo'r duty tae tlie country gin ye gang roon' aboot the toon
at election time, gabblin' like a wheen
sweetie wives aboot tills candidate
or yon. No' that the candidates dlnna maitter, for they dae, but faur
deeper than the mere maitter o' personality lies tlie biggor question 0'
policy. An' it's the policy o' a palrty
that tiie wuniman looks tae. Nae won
der! Her poleetickal policy is nae-
thing mair than the policy she ls
pursuin'—gin ae is a mairret wum-
man, an' the mither o' bairns—in
keepin' the wee things, that are bane
o' her bane an' flesh o' her flesh, bein'
i' snug.   She maunna squander tlie
"No' lang syne I was readin' that the
census o' Canada was likoly tae prove
a sair di fa appointment, that the increase in the population o' the Dominion wasna gaun' tae coont up tae
the expectation o' oor folk. Noo that
is no' as it should be i nthi3 country
big opportunities. It's no' because
a faain' awa o' the bhthrate. We
canna chairgo it tae that acoont, we
hae weans eneuch; an' It's no* because o' the sodger laddies that were
kilt in the war— puir chicle there were
ower mony o' them that nee'r cam
back hame—but it is because o' the
emigration o' oor ain folk wha' hae
Uie gang tae lther lands tae find the
wark that's best suited tae their gifts,
Tliere Isna eneuch wark in the skilled
trades here at hame tae gang roon' tae
them a*. Oor young folk are leavln1
the Ian' o' their birth tae gang awa
amang strangers tao mak a leevin'
ITTAGE
Hone
liclal Govt.
Tal Nursing
l.re, Highest
loderate.
■J ird, Matron
. Cranbrook
I 0. Hox 8-tG
Frame*! Bread h GOOD
Hie Pies, Cakes aad Pastry ar*
made la a tasty manner which
Invites the most exacting person to call again, at
THE HOWE BAKERY
I'hone 87      ■      Norbnrj Ave.
Inurant
land (and*
lllouri
Ithhet
If Commerce
The
ORIGINAL
and
only
(U.MIINK
H«*» ure
of
l Imitation*
Sold
on tho
Merits
of
iMNAKira
IIJNIMENT
CRANBROOK   CARTAGE
AND TRANSFER CO.
Forwarding and Distributing
Agents for
Lethbrldge  and  IV roon hill Coal
Distribution Cars a Specialty
ltra)lug   and   Transferring
fJJlTPtt   Prompt   Attention
TOW KISS & ADAMS
Phone 6.1 Proprietors
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
CltAMlItOOK TRAIN TIMES
Mi. 67 DAILY- To Nelaon, Vancouver, Spokane, etc. Arrive 12.10 p.
in.; leave 12.20 p.m.
NO. IW DAILY—To Pernie, Leth-
brld-g-B. Medicine Hot, Calgary, etc
Arrive 4 in pm.; leave 4.20 p.m.
There's nae denyin* It. Wo hae In
the neeborhood o' audit moelioii folk
In Canada the day, mebbe a weo wheen
mair, any nine meetion. Aweel thorn's
as mony ub audit meet ion Canadians
in tho United Stales o' Aiuerieay. Gin
we hud oor aln back, the .population
o' Canada would pass the sax^eeu
meeliou mark, easy. But we canna
get them back—that is no' tao noo—
we wul hae tae create wa"k for them
flrBt.
He wull we dae It? sez you. Julst
us easy as we dae ilka tiling in oor
private life; by a policy o' conservation. We maun strive tae keep foreign imports oot o' oor country. We
maun dao oor aln wark at hame. We
maun encourage an' protect oor infant industries, an' strain ilka nerve
tao mak' tliem growiu', flourishin'
concerns. An' we maunna stop thore.
Aye wo'll liuo t-ae be on the watcli for
tho opportunity toe stalrt now yius.
But oor Industries WUll never dae wool
unless we cun manage tae keep forel-gii
goods uff oor markets *uo tho extent
iniikiii' It worth the while o' folk
(no inaniifaoture here at hame.
Freo trade! (liiilo forgive us! Free
trade wull ruin oor country. It'll
flood oor markets wi' foreign goods;
nuo mair wull we see the cheery reek
somin' oot o' tho luma o' the factories
for tlmo places wull be a' shuttlt
doon.
Dut let ub close oor doors tae Uie
Invasion o' foreign goods an' it wlnna belung until ye are pattin' yersel
on the back for ye'r guid Scotch sense
in helpln' tae bring aboot the results
ye'll be gettin'. In this braid Ian' o'
Canada, we hae the greatest, happiest
heritage ee'r haunded doon tae ony
young nation, It we only hae the gumption tae mak' the maist o' it. We hae
the wuds, the mines, the fairms, an'
tlie fisheries. Losli! We hae everything. It's nae secret, oor neebora
ken a' aboot that as weel as oorsels.
Mair than that, they are wantin' oor
raw material, an' they're wantin' oor
trade, but maist o' a', they want oor
raw material. They wad be gey
pleased gin we wad let them tak' oot
o* the country a' the raw material
they wantit tae calrry on the wark
o' their factories; an' send back the
feenlshed product at a snug, wee profit tae themsels. In short, they wad
mak' o; us, gin we were fules eneuch
tae let them, hewers o' wud an'
drawers o' watter. I think I can hear
them say ln efter years—presumin'
that the free traders cairry their policy, whieh the gude Lord forbid—'Ou,
ay, the Canadians are no' bad folk,
we hev aye fand them verra usefu',
they are graund haunds at howkln'
ore, an' hewln' coal and wud. they
dao maist o' oor rough wark. Ave
coorse, ye ken, they are no' muckle
given tae daein' o' ony fine wark.
Isn't sic a posslbeelity no' scunner
some? I get fashed when I think aboot It.
"Aweel, it wlnna be my faut If the
free traders cairry oot their program
My bairns arena baun' tae hew ony
wud. or draw ony watter, if I can hern
it. They come o' as guid stock as
ony. I want tae see them tak* tlieir
place ln the warl' wi* the best
them, an* what for no'- Naebody is
ony better than a Canadian."
"It's mair than clear. Mistress MacWhustle." see I. "although I hevna
heard the rpivstion argued Juist that.|
woy before, that I can mind. But I
wont tao say that ye'r argument is
fair couvlncin', ay. it is that." And
jiit* then I noticed that I had clean
forgotten tae drink aff my whusky.
The deil's in the weemin," sez I,
nfter the guid wife had gane awa. "in
a' my gays 1 never kenned the like o'
that toe happen before."
"Ou, ay," sez Geordie, aa he helpit
me tne a wee replenishin*. "they mak"
a man forget malr than his drink
sometimes."
It wad tak' nj. ower much o' ye'r
space tiio tell yo what Geordie an' me
wero nruckln' aboot ower the bit bottle, uubliiis at somo tther time when
ye ran tluile my blether better, I wull.
A' that I'm pnim' tae say aboot that
the noo Is that Geordie an' me had a
rale enjoyable nichl.
Wi" niy verra best rospecte,
hopin' ye muy lino tho guid fortune
tne meet, a freen wi' a bottle like the
yin I was tellin' ye about, 1 remain ut
a" times ye'r freen,
SAUNDY
You Should ofdiw;!i.n_
T'*ilrr\ (T '•st-'£_» because Good
laKe l*die H,.auh is
largely a matter of Gnod Digestion,
A wise person should use Beecham's
Pills to relievo digestive ilia and
correct stomachic disorders. On account of tht-ir service and reputation
for reliability—TAKE
BEECHAM'S
Io boxes. 25c, 50
l_tr8-.it Sale of any Medicine in the World
AXNl'AL DISTRIBUTION
OF SEED GRAIN AM>
FIELD   SEEDS
(Experimental Farms Note)
The annual free distribution nt samples of seed ^ruiii will ho conducted
us usual at the Central Experimental
Farm. Ottawa, by the Dominion Cer-
eallst.
Tho following kinds of seed urain
will ho sent out this season:
Spring wheat (In about 6-lb. samples) ;white oats (about 4-lb.; J field
peus (about 6-lb-); field beans( about Mb.); flax (about 8-lb.j
Only one -sample can be sent to each
applicant-
Printed applications must be used
whicli muy he obtained by writing to
thc Dominion Cereulist, Experimental
Farm, Ottawa.
As tho stock of seed is limited, farmers are advised to apply early to
avoid disappointment. Those who applied too late last season are particularly requested to send in their
names at once so that application
forms may be forwarded to them. No
application forms wil be furnished
after February lst, 1922.
Ottawa.—The totul catch of sea fish
on both coasts during the month of
July, 1920, amounted tc 654,448 cwts.,
valued at $2,287,078, compared witli
904,461 cwts., valued at $4,374,659, according to the Department of Marine
and Fisheries. Cod-' haddock, hake,
pollock, nnd herring all show decreases during the month, while mackerel
and halibut showed slight increases-
Ten fishermen were drowned while
engaged in their work during July,
eight on the Atlantic and two on the
Pacific coast.
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Winnipeg—Fifty-four   carloads of, SENSIBLE ATTITUDE
creamery butter have been shipped
out of Manitoba since January 1. Thi,.
is a slight Increase over last year's
figures, L. A. Gibson, Manitoba Dairy
Commissioner, announces. Most gf the
UKGED AS TO NELSON
MINING CONVENTION
"With Notson chosen as the International Convention City for 1922, we
shipments were for Eastern Canadian flUggeat Uiat the mIning crganization8
cities. "So far as we can judge, the
amount ot creamery ibujQteit manufactured in Manitoba this year will
approximately be 8,000,000 pounds,"
Mr. Gibson stated.
HOTHEJU   CLEAN
CHILD'S BOWELS WITH
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP
Even a sick child loves the "fruity"
taste of "California Fig Syrup."   If
the little tongue is coated, or If your I nmklnR' them the  laughing-stock of
thoso who know better-   Tbe object
and boards of trade take steps to bave
their districts well represented by the
most capable and best posted men on
the mining industry available," says
Mining and Engineering Record, ln a
recent editorial. "If any good ls to
come of a convention it can only be
achieved by sound, level-headed discussion and a thorough knowledge of
the subject. The weak point of conventions is the senseless boosting and
extravagant representations In which
so many who attend   them indulge,
chill is listless, cross, feverish, full of
cold, or has colic, give a teaspoonful
to cleanse the liver and bowels. In a
few hours you can see for yourself
how thoroughly it works alt the constipation poison, sour bile and waste
out of the bowels, and you have a
well, playful child again.
Millions of mothers keep "California
Fig Syrup" handy. They know a tea-
spuonful today saves a sick child tomorrow. Ask your druggist for genuine "California Fig Syrup" which haB
directions for babies and children of
all ages printed on bottle. Mother!
you must say "California" or you may
get an imitation-lig syrup.
of a convention should be to disseminate information and knowledge as to
mineral resources, and their economic
development, by men wlio know what
they are talking about."
t. Johns, Newfoundland.—What ts
believed to be one of the most promising copper deposits ever discovered
in this country has recently been unearthed on the west coast ot Newfoundland. The full extent of the
lode ia said to be of a "\ery high percentage. Development work has already commenced.
CORNS
Lift Off with Fingers
DMin-t hart t bit! Drop t UUle
'Freewill" an en echini corn, tn-
ettntlr thtt com Mope JmrUnj, theo
ehortlr roa lilt It rlcM off with (latere.   Trnljl
Tour draiflet eelle a U«r bottle oi
"Freexrae" tor • tow cente, eaffkleat
to ramoTe every herd com, eott con,
or corn between tbo toot, u4 the eel-
lueee, wlthoot eoresaea or lrrlUUeo.
MMfV
m
Coming to the Star Theatre Friday
and Saturday of next wook, October
28 and 29.
Cranbrook, Wycllfle, mtnfeerlej der.
tloei
Jill. Ki!_ -Unvo 7.06 a.m.   Nii.Nil    Ar
rlvo 2.10 ii.ui.
Cranhrook, Lako Wlndernen and
Golden 8*rl.ee:
Monday and Thursday, each week
-NO. Ml, leave • a.m Wedneeday
and Saturday—HO. 8«. arrive 8.5C
p.m.
For further particular!  apply to
any ticket agent,
J. B. PROCTOR,
Dletrict Paaaenger Agent, Calgary.
NT-GIU.
Lor, Dressing Booms, Card Tables,
Kitchen, All Conveniences
PR DANCES, MEETINGS, SOCIAL GATH-
|S OP ALL KINDS, BAZAARS, Etc.
TERMS REASONABLE
J Other Particulars Enquire
Ik STEWARD or SECRETARY, 6. W. V. A.
Home Towiy
Paper Week
It is rarely the average newspaper takes any space
to boost its own business, but still gives a good deal to
boosting other people's affairs.
Somebody suggested It was time for the weekly newspapers of the country to adopt a week In which to give
some special prominence to their own particular work,
and the date sot Is the first week in November, the 7th to
the 12th, the official title of the week being, "Subscribe to
Your Home Town Paper Week." Thousands of papers all
over the continent will join ln this event.
Subscribers to The Herald especially have the opportunity of participating in the Interesting event. Fifteen
months for $2.00, ordlnarly the price of twelve months,
on all /lew subscriptions.
Subscribe for yourself or your friend or relative who
Is now away from the city.
6fo Cranbrook Herald
Phone 18 F. A. WILLIAMS, Proprietor
The Moderation League s
attitude on the public demand for
Beer by the Glass
THE Moderation League has been asked to endorse
several petitions which are at present being circulated asking for the sale of beer by the glass.
The consensus of opinion of the League, taken from Its
organizations throughout the province, has been and is
in favor of the sale of beer by the glass under reasonable
restrictions as being conducive to moderattlon. Prior to
the passage of the present Act the League forwarded to the
Legislature a resolution asking:
"That the commission be given power to
provide for the serving of beer by the
glass during limited hours In approved
establishments where meals are served.
Such privilege to be subject to cancellation In any locality at the discretion pf
the commission. No beer to be sold over
a bar."
Since the passage of the Act public opinion haa strongly
substantiated the League's resolution, and lt has been
suggested that tbe League should urge tbe matter on the
members ot the Legislature at tbe present session.
This the executive of the League is prepared to do. It Invites the co-operation of all in favor of moderate law and
holds Itself ready to assist in tbe presentation to the Government of petitions and the resolutions of organizations
which have the above object in view.
All communications should be addressed to the Secretary
MODERATION LEAGUE
CANADA LIFE BUILDING,   VANCOUVER
ll. O.
BELL-IRVING,
Chalraun.
j. H. GUHM,
Ueaeni Secretary.
mmti PAGE FOUR
THE      CBANBBOOK      HEBALD
Thursday, Oct. SOtli]
^S
THIN, FLAT HAIR
GROWS LONG, THICK
•  AND ABUNDANT
"Danderine" costs
only 115 cents a bottle- One application
ends ull dandruff,
stops itching and
falling hair, and, in
u few moments, you
have doubled tho ■ ^^
beauty of your hair. '."W'*;
It will appear a
mass, so soft, lustrous,  and easy to
do up. Hut what will  I	
please you most will be after a few
wi'oks use, when you see new liair—
fine anil downy at first—yes—but really new hair growing all over tlie
scalp. "Danderine" Is to the hair
What fresh showers or rain and sun-
sliiiio are to vegetation. It goes right
lo the roots. Invigorates and strength-
ens them. This delightful, stimulating tonic helps thin, lifeless, faded
hair to grow lo^g, thick, heavy and
luxuriant.
IMtOVIMIAIi TAXATION
AM)   CAPITAL
INVESTMENT
CANADIAN
Pacific
CHANGE IN
TRAIN SERVICE
Effective Sunday
OCTOBER Snd, 1921
KOO-lVVCIFIG Express, Trains 13 and
14, will be withdrawn, west of Moose
Jaw, last trains from St. Paul and
Vancouver October 1st.
There will be no clinngo In times of
Trnins at ('ranbrook except that No.
H23 will leave for Kimberloy, daily,
except Sunday, at 7.05 a.m.
For further particulars apply to any
ticket Agent.
J. E. PKOCTOK
Dislrict Passenger Agent, Calgary
Tiio experience of the Trail Smelter
is a forcible instance of the effect of
tho taxation policy of tlie provincial
government lu killing tlie great industries of British Columbia and depriving the workers of a means of employment, thus adding tu the army of
the unemployed for which the government admits provision musi bo made
during the coming winter. The Consolidated Mining and Smelting Co. Ltd.
I has not only to pay heavy taxes on
; lis real estate and nn income tax of|
$98,618.50, but It has to pay an extra
| $21,000 on the capital it employe bor-
j rowed outside the provinco.
Hon. John Oliver has published in
■tiio   press   a   complaint   that   capital
J will not come in and establish industries which will employ the people.
The Hon. John Oliver and his government has adopted Ihe very pulley
which is bound to kilt tho Investment
of capital fn British Columbia by a
discriminatory system of taxation
whicli penalizes outside investors, acts
as a warning to them to stay away,
and Is practically au intimation that
neither they nor tlieir money are wauled In llrltlsh  Columbia.
We have protested ngainsl tills system of taxation ever since its inauguration, pointing out its mischievous
effects, which arefnow being realized
to their full extent.—Mining and Engineering Record.
WINDERMERE DISTRICT •
NOTES •
(Special to The Herald)
Invermere, Oct. 15.—Mr. Alex Uiinl.
the present owner of Westlake. tlie
delightful home ranch west of here,
is being honored by a visit from Iiis
uncle, Mr. Laird of Glasgow, who is
expecting to spend the winter In tliis
neighborhood and after that is seriously contemplating finishing hts visit by going west through Australia
and thus circling the globe on his way
home.
Mr. Walter H. Stoddart left this
week for an extondod visit to the
Coast cities where he will more than
likely spend the winter, probably mm
lug from there on his journoytngn
down lo California.
Tho announcement in the dtepatchofl
of tlie marriage of Miss Isabel Mangar
et Adam! to Frederick William Bain
T Scotland, in Liverpool recently,
has been read with much Interest.
Mrs. Bain Is the daughter of Dr. Ad-
nil, vice-chancellor of Liverpool University and since the days of hor
early girlhood lias beeu in tlie h.ihit
of spending much of her summers
here either at the summer home of
hor mother the late Mr§. Adami, "Ed-
euhowe," or with her cousin. It. Randolph Bruce, C.E., F.R.G.S.
'REPUTATION" SAID TO
HE MAGNIFICENT; SHOWS
STAR IN DUAL ROLE
BE A TECHNICALLY TRAINED
MAN—Tba demand t»r skilled men in
llu; Aul'inmbilt'and TractorTrailefar .■xct-wls
tlit- supply. Clip thia nd.,put tin ".Vacnsa
Ih..1 ciiur:.c3 mar!-.i r] .-i|_.,vc vii arc most ie
tiTisti'din.andiii.iilit. Wc will ull you limv
you can train yourself to be a big wage earner.
GARBUTT
WMOTOR SCHOOL
808 MARKET BLBG., CALGARY
"Reputation," the Universal super-
feature which is to bo shown at the
Star Theatre on Monday and Tuesday
will establish Priscilia Dean ns tne
foremost emotional actress of the
screen. This is the opinion of reviewers in other cities wlio have seen
■tho production and who say that it
excels even "The Virgin of Stamboul"
ami "Outside tho Law," Universale
recent pictures with tlie same star.
"Reputation" was filmed at Unlver-
lal City under the direction of Stuart
Paton. It Is based on "False Colors,"
tho sensational novel by ICdwlna Levin. Tlie screen adaption was by Ln-
cien Hubbard. Universal scenario editor, in collaboration with Doris
Schroeder,
Playing a dual role, that of mother
and daughter, the star takes every
hurdle on the emotional steeplechase
and brings the story to a climax that
has never been approached for sheer
power and soul-stirring effect. The
theme revolves around tho fantastic
pivot of a girl impersonating her
mother, a famous actress; appearing
in her stead at the opening of a fain
ous Broadway production and being
au unconscious witness of the culmination of her mother's life tragedy,
the end Of an amazing scries of sordid
nnd picturesque adventures along the
red lane of unrestrained desire.
Niles Welch, Madge Hunt, Rex de
Roselli, Spottlswoode Aitken, William
Welsh, Harry Carter, Harry Van Meter, Mae Crime!, Al Garcia, James McCreery and many other accomplished
artists ,play the principal roles in the
supporting cast.
Gorgeous spectacles and magnificent scenes follow each other in rapid
succession, alternating with humble
and sordid backgrounds to give the
story Its striking contrasts. Scenes
behind the footlights, a performance
of a big dramatic success fn a Broadway playhouse and a series of incidents which range from episodes in a
small town orphanage to a Babylonian
feast in a London palace provide constant surprises in every reel..
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WE ARE BUSY
Herald business lias sho-r.-n a very gratifying Increase
since the present proprietor took over the business on his own
account. Every week tells its story of increased prestige
gained, especially in connection with the commercial printing end of the business. Within the past two or three weeks,
for instance, eighteen thousand envelopes have moved out, and
more are now in the process — and this is only one of the many
lines of printed matter the plant is handling. The Herald's
business service, together with its straightforward one-price-
to-all policy, is making new friends iu all directions. We are
keeping busy, but—
WE ARE NEVER
TOO BUSY
to give the best of service at all times. Tleing busy is no ex-
ciiso at any time for reducing Ihe quality of printed matter.
You are assured at all times of getting a high grade product at
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SAMPLES AND PRICES SUBMITTED  ON REQUEST
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GAe Cranbrook Herald
F. A. WILLIAMS, Manager
Phone 18
CRANBHOOK, B.C.
CONVICTION  HL-STOKI.D        j
!\ GOLDEN EJQUOJR
CASK IH AWN'-AL COURT
By restoring tho conviction if a
Qolden Btlpendary magistrate who had
ri'.ed the Columbia Winy & Spirit Cu j
United $1000 for selling Intoxicating'
■i.'iuor. ihe Court of Appeal rendered
an Important decision Wednesday of
fast week Interpreting the Provincial)
Liquor Control ct. I
The sale of u east1 oV whisky had'
been made through the company's
manager to a private detective. The
latter was employed by the Victoria
authorities to unearth the illicit liq-j
tun* traffic which, it wns suspected,
was being carried on iu the district
Tlit? manager, however, took tlie precaution of arranging the mailer
through tho standard Export Company
or Calgary. A case of whisky was
shipped froj,| Qoldon to Calgary and
back again to H eve Is to It e, whore It
was taken possession of by tlie purchaser,   Tbo price wan $-ll5.
The COUVlctlon  on appeal   to JttdgQ
Thompson of tho County Courl nt Qol-
len, was quashed on (he ground tiiat
tlto transaction .was lnler,provlncln1
nml nol affected by lhe llrltlsh Columbia statute.
An appeal was then tnkon by tho
Crown from this decision, Tho five
judges of the Court of Appeal  wero
f the one mind, namely, that the sale
b arranged by lhe company's manager was simply an evasion of the law
and a subterfuge to circumvent the'
Liquor Control Act. Appeal was allowed and (lie conviction ordered restored.
Mr. Justice Martin expressed   hlm-
iOlt on tho matter very forcibly
sale look  place at Golden, lie
SEE WHAT YOU
SAJ^TMt.HACOA
HAVE  DONE TOME^
 IIRROR,
SAID THE HAGGARD FIGURE IN   HeVmTrRoF
PRISCILLA DEAN * REPUTATION
•> IT'S_     A     UNIVERSAL ^  JEWEL. •
Big attraction coming i<> the Star Theatre
Monday and Tuesday next, Oct. 24 and 2B
itn.i-: or thi; jioAi)
AT COAST CHANGES
I.AIM-Y NEXT YEAR
WATER   NOT I
(USE AND STOR/I
VICTORIA.—Tho change in tho rule
of iho roi'd us It affects Vancouver Island and ihat portion of the mainland
not already adhering to tho 'turn to
the right" provision, will probably be
made effective about January G, said
Hon. Dr. King, milliliter of public
works, lust week. He explained tbat
existing legislation calls for the
change not later than December 31,
Tho | but on account, of the holiday traffic
said, J (t may be wise to amend the act ilur-
Olti; SHIPMENTS
RECEIVED AT Till':
TltAII, SMELTER
Following is a statement of ore received at Ilie Trail Smeller from Oct.
Sth lo l-llh inclusive:
Name of mine    Locality    Cross tons
Joate, Hossland, B.C      38
Republic, Republic, Wn      36
Whitewater, Retallack, R.C. ...      33
Company Mines   3018
Total
and it was absurd to contend that be-1 mg tho coming session and make the
cause lho case was sent out of the" change early in January,
'-'-.diction and then hack again that Hon. Dr. king said that the depart-:
transaction did not come within ment would take every precaution to
the scope of the provincial statute, prevont accidents while motorists and'
Otherwise, lie pointed    out,    parties j others were becoming accustomed to
Extensive adver-
 ,._   -"iub-hb win uu carried on in the news-
be whole transaction, he was con- papers, on billboards and through mo-
!"—'■   occurred at Golden, and for! tion  picture houses.
— -*•■-. *-* in.mi.iiu   uui,    ytmiBu * others were becom:
might just as well ship it round the the new provision,
world and  hope  to escape  liability, j tislng will be carrli
viuced.
that reason was subject to the laws of,
tlie province.
Sherhrooke, Quebec— The Eastern
Townships Smeltlnfe and Refining Co.
lias been incorporated under the laws
of the province of Quebec with a capitalization of two million dollars. The
company lias options on some desirable sites in Sherhrooke and expects
to have ihe plant in operation this fall.
Arrangements have beon made for the
smelters to handle the output of several of tlie largest producing properties iu this district, special attention
being paid to copper and asbestos.
«CASCARETS" FOR
SICK HEADACHE,
LIVER. BOWELS
Get a 10-cent box now!
Xo griping or inconvenience follows
a thorough liver and bowel cleansing
wiili Cascarets. Tbey work while you
sleep. Sick headache, hllliousness.
gases, indigestion, and all such distress gone by morning. No griping—
nicest physic on earth.
Literature will
also be distributed Io car owners and
it may be necessary for every motorist to .place a small "sticker" on bis
windshield, witli the caution "turn to
the right."
Winnipeg. Man.—There was unloaded at Fort William since September
1st. 1020, a total of 97,633 carloads of
wiieat as compared witli 57.432 cars
in tlie same period In tbo preceding
year.
Toronto—A report has been received from New York stating that tho
Durant Motors has been Incorporated
with a Canadian charter and hns purchased a site In Toronto for the erection of a large automobile plant. Tlie
property acquired for tliis purpose
is tlie I.cnside munitions factory, com-
Icled nt tlie close of the war and never occupied. Additional buildings will
he erected at once and tlie plant will
be producing by Mnrcli 1 next. Four
and six cylinder cars will be manufactured, and tlie output will be 100
cars a day, according to the announcement.
^letboHtfiit Cburtl)
SUNDAY NEXT
Preacher — KEV. B. IV. LEE.
Horning Service 11 a.m.
Subject—"A Study of Christ's Miracles."
|The first of a series)
Sunday School 12 noon
Evening Service 7.30 p.m.
Popular Service.      Subject,  " Some Strange Hail
and a Dig Fish."     Special mus ic.
A hearty welcome to all.
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada Limited
OFFICES, SMELTING AND ltEFININO DEPARTMENT
TBAII.   IIIIITISII   COLUMBIA
SMELTERS ANO REFINERS
Purchasers nt Hold, Silver, Copper and Lead Ores
Producers of Oold, Silver, Copper, llluestone, Pig Lead and
Zinc  "TADANAC"   Brand
31S5
TAKE NOTICE that Tlu I
ed Mining & Smelting Co]
Ltd., whose mid-ess is KI
0., will apply for a lictj
und use 250 second feet
10,000,000 feet of water o
urachuck Creek which fl.
uud drains into Kootenay
Tho storage will bt
about 5 miles from C.P.
Skookumchuck. The cai
reservoir to be create
10,000,000 ft. and lt will
fifty acres of land. Tho
diverted from tho Btroai
nbout r> miles from C.P.
Skookumchuck, B.C., and
for Power purpose!*, upc
described ns Tlie Slllliva
hurley, In the Fort Steele
This notice wns posted i
on thu eleventh duy of (|
A copy of UiIh notice i
cation pursuant thereto I
"Wuler Act, 11114.** will l|
offico o| the Wuler Ret
brook, ii.a.
Objections to tbe upifl
bo filed wllh tho said W.f
or Willi tho Comptrollof
nights, Parliament Bullil
tn. B.C., within thirty ,i|
first nppcarnnco of thla |
local newspnper.
The t'onsiillduted Mluln,|
Co. of Canada, Apt
By E. Q. MONTQOl.1
The date of the first J
this noilce Ib October 13f
33-36
The
National Cri
a
" My appeal is to the whole people; to
every man and woman who -wants io do
right by this country; to everyone teho
breathes the spirit of our fathers who
founded this British Dominion."
—ARTHUR MEIGHEN
THE Election to be held December (
will be the most momentous
Canadian history; for as men a
women vote will depend the econor
stability, the political stability ai
indeed, the national stability of
country.
Today we find group striving against grcl
class against class, the industrial and *inan|
structure of the country assailed by fake i
unsound doctrines and theories, while c
great neighbour to the south has adoptel
trade exclusion policy directed against CanaJ
vast agricultural interests.
The currencies of nearly every country in the wol
are depreciated.  The Canadian dollar in the Un|
States is subject to a heavy discount causing a
of over one hundred million dollars in excha
annually.        -
Europe is overwhelmed with war debts—uncmp|
ment is acute — and the restoration to pre-i
conditions is slow.
While Canada is in a much more favorable conditl
than many countries, yet there is evidence of sll
nation, instability, unemployment and lack of c|
fldence.
Taxes are heavy because of the country's efforts!
the Great War, but have become burdensome T
account of the misconceived policies nnd blundl
of Governments that directed Canada's affairs pi j
to 1911.
These conditions nre largely the direct aftermath!
the war, but they must be dealt with fearlessly
constructively.   This is no time to consldor expi|
mental changes, or thc theories of visionaries.
This is no time for Crerar and Iiis Free Trade poll!
This is no time for King and bin wobbling "chnrti|
policies, varying with each provincial boundary.
It is the time to cling lo orderly, stable Govcrnm|
in thc interest of all the people; to be guided by .
experience of the past, proceeding upon lines i|
have been, proven sound.      _
It is thc time to place the destinies of Canada ag
in the hands of a Government led by a sane, cou
gcous Canadian who hns safely brought the coun
through the trying years of reconstruction, and uj
whom we can rely to retain and initiate policies
the interest, not of a group or. class but of all t|
people.
It is the time to support Arthur Meighen and l|
Candidates.
Siyfc itfAb^ ^fci
The National Liberal and ConaemUve Party
Publicity Commit | Thursday, Ort. SOtli, 1921
THE      CRANBHOOK      HERAT.)
PAGE    FIVE
Butterbye, Saak., (Aug- 24Ui, 1920.
Mre. Alituis.
Saskatoon, Sank.
Dear Friend:
1 have been in miserable condition
for five yeara-, not able to be up at
work und been iu tlie hosjiitul two
weeks ut a time witli attacks. When
I took the first treatment of Hepatola
it waa only one hour when f passed
gall stones, Hii? chamber was a mass
of theni*. anil now I am in good health
ami gained -to pounds with the five
treatments,        Yours truly,
Mrs. John Bruce.
I'ifOKHSSIONAl,  OAK PS
Offico I'll '-'.'Ill
lies. I'lioiie -Jill
I'.O. Ilex WI
B. A. MOORHOUSE
Auott, Mum. Can. Soo. C.E., ft H.O.I..S.
1'UOV.    I.AMI   SIJUVKYOK
Office     lluiimin muck
.'rniilu-iiiik     -      -      .     B.C.
I
I) 11. IV . A . V I) It U I K
ItKNTIMT
C.'iiiipliell-illaiinluK Block
I'Iiiiui- It;,    unin, flour*
t Iii II', I In :, p.m.   Sals, e to 1.
m
Dn. itrwn A MacKinnon
I'liyslclans and Kiirfeong
()ill'*t   at  renldence.  Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICE HOURS
Forenoom     9.00 to 10.00
Afternoons   2.00 to   4.00
EvuolngB 7.S0 to   8.10
Sundays     9.30 to   4.30
CRANBROOK, 3. C.
COimESFONDEISCE
Skookumchuck, B.C.,
October lltli, 1921
Editor. Craubrook Herald.
"Dear Sir: '"^fli
Having seen tho article In your paper uueut the Government Agent in
Cranbrook, I thought it would be a
{good thing lo try aud get up a petition and Bend it to Victoria and see
if It Is possiblo to keep him here. It
would bo almost impossible i« get a
man to fill his place, both In his duties and In the regard of the people.
If anyone In Cranbrook could see tlieir
way clear to draw up forms for iwt-
Itlons, and send ono out here, 1 would
gut thu folks in this locality to sign
ami ulso send them (u other localities,
for I bullevu Mint it is tho wisfli of the
majority to keep Mr. Walllnger here.
Moping you can sue your way clear
to put tills before the people if ihw-
slbto, I will sign myself, yours to
niiiiiiiiui.l,
FAIR PLAY.
East Kootenay up with Calgary, Vancouver ami the large outside telephone
world. This is a desired end that the
business people of the whole of this
community have earnestly hoped for
and urgently requested and In tlie accomplishment of which th-ey have always and ever received the hearty
support of Dr. Saul Bonnell. M.F. for
the riding.
ASPIRIN
Only "Bayer" is Genuine
"FROM NOW ON" TO HE
AT STAIt THEATRE
Ui:i>. AMI TlirHN. NEXT
DR. F. B. MILES
DENTIST
Office In Hanson Block
OFFICE HOURS
9 to 12. a.m.
1 to    6 p.m.
CRANBROOK, B.C.
F. M. MACPHERSON
Undertaker
Phone HO
Norbury Are, next to City Hall
MONUMENT S
CAMl'KKIX & RITCHIE
MONUMENTAL CO.,
Successors to
Koot- Granite & Monumental Co.
Oni-nil Slum- Contractors nnd
.Miiinimenlal  Works
Front St., Nelson. P. O. Box SC5
iA photoplay alive witii action is
"From Now On," the William Fox
feature which comes to the Star Theatre ou October 26-27.
The picture tells the story of tbe
duping of a young man who has just
come into a fortune and of hit. efforts
to regain the money out of which he
has been swindled. Dave Henderson,
finding that Booky Sharvan and Martin Tydeman have robbed him, deliberately burglarizes the latter"s home,
knowing that the man is compelled to
keep at hand large sums in ready cash
because of his shady transactions.
Discovering their loss and suspecting
Henderson, the men capture and torture tho boy in an effort to get him
to confess. A clever ruse enables him
to escape, but later he Is recaptured,
"framed" and sent to prison for a term
of years. However, Henderson has
succeeded in hiding the money In a
dovecote.
From tlie moment of his release
Henderson is shadowed day and night
by both the men of the underworld
and the police, in efforts lo discover
tho whereabouts of the money. A
friend whom he trusts condemns htm
to death through a bit of traitorous
work. Another whom he trusts comes
through and helps restore in Henderson his faith in mankind. Not until
the very last scene-does the action let
up.
George Walsh is the star.
FOR PAINTING
-AUD-
PAPER HANG INO
Etc,
Telephone
JOHN CARD
Phone No. -Kid
Cranbrook,   .    .    . B. C.
TELEPHONE EXTENSION
FAIRMONT TO CANAL
FLATS NOW COMPLETED
NELSON BUSINESS COLLEGE
LI.A1IN TO EARS
Practical Commercial Connie In
Shorthand, Tn>ewrltlng
Bookkeeping,  Commercial  Uw
l-ennunnlilp
Spelling
Commercial Kngllsh and
DAY   AND   NIGHT   CLASSES
For I'arUcuUiri Applj to
C. «'. 'i'Vl.i:n, Principal
P. 0. Box, 11, Nelson, lie.
Minors AMI! SOCIETIES
(Special to The Herald)
Invermere. Oct. 15.—-Word liaa Just
come in that the extension of tlie Dominion government telephone system
south to Canal Flats from Fairmont
Hot Springs has just heen completed.
This marks an extension of over sixteen miles of lino for this year and
makes a total towards the south from
central here of forty miles, leaving
only a small gap between Canal Flats
and Wasa to connect the whole   of
(ItAMlHOOK
KARMKHS' INSTITUTE
Itegular MeeHif
SECOND  NAT! Ull AT  (I eaeh
r mull, ui t p.m. In the I'ltj Bill
WOMKN'N INSTITUTE
Meeta In thr
Perish    Hall
afternoon ot
tlrst TUMdiy
at I p.m.
Pros:   Mrs.
Constantino
Boo-troMI Mrs. <!• Taylor, - - Hol 258
All liillei oordlally Invited.
BAPTIST CHURCH
PASTOR  W.  T.  TAPSCOTT
SRECIAt EVANGELISTIC
now on nightly nt tiie Baptist
Church, conducted hy Kvengel
Ists I,itch and Uopor. Inspiring song services, and uplifting Gospel messages. A cordial Invitation is extended to alt
to attend.
Special services on Sunday
next al li a.m., nnd 7.31) p.m.,
conducted   by   Ihe   Kvallgellsls.
YOU ARK TVEI.COME
KM'.IITS OF PYTHIAS
Cnekr-Mk. B. 0.
HeeU every Tuesday tt I ».m. le
the Fraternity Hall
B. A. Hill, CO*
II. I*. Harrison, K.H. & S.
F. Kummer, M.P.
Visiting brethrea eordlally la
vita* te attend.
I. O. 0. F.
KEY CITY LODGE, No. 42
Meeta every
^Monday night at
Clapp's Hall.
Sojourning Oddfellows cordially
Invited.
p. O. Morrle.w. M. Harris, P.O.
Noble Qrand.        Bee. See.
Pacific
IIIIITINII
COLUMBIA
OWN
MILK
Mrs. S. P. Cramlall says that for
a few cento spout on a tin of
Pacific Milk one buys not only
a delicious frosh cream flavor,
but a cuke-making materia!
which In nil her experience hus
never once caused failure.
Sho says she Ib one who "en-
couragos home Industry" and
thnt Is something we all should
do.
Mrs. C. adds that Pacific Milk
Is ono B. C. product that she
finds superior to anything .put
up ln the East.
PACIFIC MILK CO., LTD.
828 Drake St., VAnco-arer, B.C.
l'MWrJliatAbbotiford * Ladier
Warning! Unless you see the name
"Bayer" on package or on tablets you
aro not getting Aspirin ut ail. Take
Aspirin only as told In the Bayer
packagj for Colds- Headache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Earache, Toothache,
Lumbago and for Pain. Then you will
bo following the directions and dosage worked out by physicians during
twenty-one years and proved safe by
millions. Handy tin boxes of twelve
Bayer Tablets of Aspirin cost few
cents. Druggists ulso sell larger
packages. Made In Canada. Aspirin
Is the trade mark (registered ln Canada), of Bayer Manufacture of Mono-
ace ticacldester of SaVlcyllcacId.
I'itOli.AAIATlONS ABE
issi i:i» iiv i.i.TrKNi\<;
OFFICEK l'OI{ RIDING
(Special to The Herald)
Invermere. B.C., Oct. 17.—The Proclamation culling lor the election of
u member for the Huu.ee. of Commons
for this riding of Kootenay Bast In the
coining election was Issued today by
Basil tl. Hamilton, returning officer,
and lias been forwarded to tbe postmasters throughout tha district and
otlier parties as called fur under the
loiection Act. Tbis proclamation sets
out that a nomination will take place
in the Court House in the city of
(ranbrook between the hours of 12
o'clock noon und 2 o'clock in tlie afternoon of the 22nd ilny of November,
1921. and that the voting will take
place at tbe different polling divisions
on lhe 8th day of December, 1921,
The cities of Cranbrook and Fernie,
''inning under tbs head urban divisions, are entitled to u poll for every
three hundred voters. The various
officers have not yel been appointed.
different officers for each polling division is being rapidly proceeded wltb.
, It Is well lo note that the time used
Universally under the Act Is what la
j known us Standard Time, applicable
j to the wholo riding. ,
The registration in the urban divisions  will extend from the 31st day
j of October, 1921, tc the 5th day ut
November, 1921, both Inclusive, com-*
mencing ut 9 o'clock in the morning
I and remaining open until 9 o'clock In
the evening, with two hours allowed
I the registrar for his lunch and sup-
' per.
rapidly crowing and the Lieutenant,
nud Sister Mrs. Richmond, who lias
taken charge or thla branch or tlie
work, will be glad to see and visit
any   new  prospective scholars.
The sule of fruit and vegetables held
ou .Monday evening was intended with
good resu.ts. the sum of $3MU being
raised- This money is going io be devoted to the buying of coal for the
winter. Lieut. Ede wishes to thank
all who contributed to the sale
through the medium of The Herald.
witii tbe exception ol
lhe    election
clerk, who is Mr. Fr
nk Richardson
Of thalmer.
Crunbrook.    Waldo,
Golden    und
Field. In addition    I.
tlie    ordinary
polls, will be entitled
o advance polls
especially set for tlie
purpose of al-
lowing railwuy employees, Bailors,
commercial travellers or any other
persons whose legitimate occupation
Is that of travelling, to poll their votes
at a time convenient to themselves
after the persons have been duly registered.
The undertaking of appointing the
SALVATION ARMY
HARVEST   FESTIVAL
SERVICES BIG SUCCESS
STUDEBAKER LIGHT
SIX SEDAN PRICE IS
$2775, NOT $3775
Splendid success attended the Salvation Army Festival Services which
were held over the past week-end-
Tho Citadel was filled almost to capacity on Sunday night, and the spirit
of thanksgiving to God was felt in
every song nnd testimony.
Lieutenant L. Ede preached on "The
Lust Great Harvest Home," taking for
his text Rom. 14. 10: "For we must
all stand before the Judgment Scat
of Christ," and emphasized the fads
that all would ho tliere whether saved or unsaved, and that we would nil
appear hefore the last grout tribunal,
not as our love,d ones, or our friends,
or our enemies think we are, but just
as we really are in our heart of hearts,
and as the great divine Detective and
Judge sees our souls and our every
act.
The Sunday School work   is   still
It has been called to the attention
of the Herald that three or four weeks
back in a Studebaker advertisement,
the price of the Light Six Sedan model was given as $3772. To those at
all familiar with automobile prices
tho error was obvious, tho correct
price  being  $2775.
FOR INDIOHSTION, GAS,
SOUR, ACID STOMACH,
TAKE "DIAPEPSIN"
"Pape's Dlapepsln" is the -quickest,
surest relief for Indigestion, Gassee,
Flatulence, Heartburn, Sourness, Fermentation or Stomach Distress caused
by acidity. A few tablets give almost
Immediate stomach relief and shortly
the stomach is corrected so you can
eat favorite foods without fear. Large
case costs only few cents at drug
store.   Millions helped annually.
Canada's
Favourite Remedy
"Coughs
*st\ Colds &
.Bronchitis
THE   WEATHER  BULLETIN
Official thermometer readings at
Cranbrook.
Min. Max.
Oct. 13    88 63
Oct. 14    36 61
Oct. 16   44 56
Oct.   16       41 S4
Oct. 17   33 44
Oct  18       31 63
Oct. 19   36 66
5TUDEBAKEK    •   Y   E   A   K
Built-in-Canada"
An Exhibit of Studebaker Enclosed Models
oc"ToT¥r   sTv enteenth   to   t w e n t y~s e c o n d
IN ihe new line of enclosed cars of all types and models
now on exhibition in our show rooms, Studebaker presents
an assemblage of closed bodies that represent the finest
examples of the coach builder's art. They are all the more
remarkable because of ihe low prices at which they are offered.
fl There is an irresistible appeal, in these models, to lhe eye
that considers beauty of line, finish and appointment—and an
equally strong appeal to the mind that considers mechanical
details. Studebaker's infinite capacity for taking pains is
expressed in the various body designs. Studebaker's well
known engineering genius is shown in the several types
of chassis.
<J You are invited to view this exhibit during Studebaker
Closed Car Week, October Seventeenth to Twenty-second.
A PARTIAL LIST OF EQUIPMENT:
BIO-SIX and SPECIAL-SIX Moi.EtJiUrui.ii-.llv ,)*•<■-> upbolilrry of gr>y motviir v.lv-l
plu<l>; .diujlabl** silk sh-drs to milch; cut glass dome light: froit-d ni.lwl trimming.; glove
pocket, at lidei of rear leal with coiv.-.iienl pockpii in doori: convenient compartment in
corn-r of coupei; jeweled 8-day clock: magnetic speedometer on rbony-lintshed initrument
board: collapsible steering wheel; exhaust heater; massive headlights: artistic coach lamps:
three-piece rain-vision windshield: windshield wiper: adiustable ventilator in cowl; large
space in rear of coupes for luggage; cord tires are standard equipment on ail models.
BIG-SIX SEDAN, 7-Pass.
BIG-SIX COUPE, 4-Pass.
fo-Htirs.po.-'i'r   -   -
.  $4095
• 3__!r.
126-tttflt Wlle-IfW
SPECIAL-SIX SEDAN, 5-Pas«.
SPECIAL-SIX COUPE, 4-Paa.
^Horsepower   '   •
LlGHT-SlX MODEIS— Unufually deep upk.ln.-ry of gray mohair  velvet pluih In eye
Sedan, wiih carpeting tnd adiuiiable atlk ihadei lo match; in lhe Coupe-RotAtef, genuine
leather uplwl-ilrry,.French plaited; nickel trimming-i: convenient pockeli; 8-day clock; nuignrtc
iperdomeirr on instrument board; large headlight.; dome light in Sedan: three-piece Mta*
viiion windihield; windshield wiper; adjusuble v-.nnIii.or in cowl; large ipAcc in ttei
of Coupe-Piotdster for luggage; cord tirei are tutndard equipment on all model*.
LIGHT-SIX SEDAN. 5-Pan.   .     $2775
LIGHT-SIX COUPE.RD.,2-Pau.    2325
t\Q'HoT5epowet -   -
$3625
3525
119-inch   Wltt.'L.lt'l.K
ii_-tnch Whttlbsue
INEW  PRICK.   F.FFECTIVE   SEPT.   I. IM,   F. O. B.   WALKEKVILLE.   ONT,   EXCLUSIVE   OF   SALES   TAX
F.H. DEZALL
District Agent - Cranbrook B.C.
This Week is Studebaker Closed Gar Week PAGE    SIX
THI      CRAUBROOK      HERALD
Thursday, Oct. 30th, 1931
JOIN the Y.M.C A
Service to Others     Service to Yourself
The Lobby is a Social Centre, here friends meet and talk
things over round the open fireplace or pass the time profitably
reading, writing or playing checkers and chess.
There are five well equipped Showers, hot and cold water
always. These baths alone are worth more than the total cost
of membership.
Two good bowling alleys with wholesome surroundings
provide fine recreation. Two games for 15 cent:*, 10 cents for
single game.   Bowling league to be started.
One of the very best English billiard tables in a clean, well
lighted room. The cost for use of this table is only 20 cents
per hour.   Tournament to be arranged.
A Clean Place for Men and Boys
THE COST OF MEMBERSHIP FOR ONE YEAR IS ONLY $5.00
JOIN   NOW!
Social-Personal
Mr. Geo. Smith is again on duty at
i the  Cranhrook  Hotel  after     a    two
weeks'  holiday.
| eity Items of Interest
Insure with Beale and Elweli.
+   +   +
Tungaton Lamps— 15 and 25 watt,
ISc; 40 and GO watt, ."iOc; 100 watt Ni
trogon,  $1.25.     Our low prices win
every llmo. W. F. DORAN.
+   +   +
Special In  Uinnorware— Beautiful
!.7 pieces, gold lined pattern, regular
¥-18.00, Special $36.00.
Moffatt's Variety Store-
+ + +
Jim (Slim) Cassldy, representative
of tiio Great West Rubber Co., states
that lie mode the trip from Cranbrook
to Fernle by car in two hours and fifteen minutes. Sllm's watch must be
a ease for tiio jeweler.
A special meeting of the Women's
Conservative Study Club will be hold
on Thursday of next week, October
27th, in the Map'e Hall, at three
o'clock. 'i'l
+ + +
Work Is understood to bave commenced a few days ago on tlie pre-
llnlmary work of clearing the site lor
tho proposed now concentrator at
Kimberley. This means tho commencement of anotlier big step fov--
ward for Kimberley, Cranbrook and
the East Koolenay.
+   +   +
R*ev. J. W. Litch and Mr. R. H. Roper, the evangelists wlio aro at present conducting special services at the
Baptist Church, will hold service at
Fort Steele on Sunday next, at .'• p.m.
In tlie Community Church there.
HERE IS YOUR CHANCE
Special Price on this beautiful
HIGH OVEN RANGE
$l25.oo
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Tt5i_!__5_*yi?iu«OT
DELANY & SINCLAIR
Phone 84 P. O. llox 1121
^t\jm\WsmtsmetsmtA^
LOOK!
IOO English Agate
TEAPOTS
regular price $1.50
From now till Saturday Night
$ 1. OOeach
Word of another accident from :
child playing with a fuse cap cone
from Kimberley this week. The m;
or seven year old son of Mr. and Mrs
Aldridge of placo found a cap, and I
bellev-ed to have struck It in a play
ful endeavor to see If lt would yo off
It exploded, and tho child suft'jre:!
serious injury to one hand, anl h.s
face, four being expressed that the little one's sight may be affected.
Tho dance given by the Recreation
Club last Friday, as the first big
dance of the season, was a signal sue
cess, and tbe proceeds amounted to
seventy-five dollars or moro, it is un
derstood. Tho Banff orchestra, now
so well established here by leputatlon,
provided the music for the occasion,
and left nothing to be desired In this
respect. Those In charge of the affair havo every reason to congratulate
t hem solves.
Supt- R. C. Eakln, of the city light
plant, accompanied by Alderman Bin
nlng and City Clerk T M. Roberts,
were out to Bul^ River on Wednesday
looking at progress being mud'- op
the Bull River power project by tho
JB. C. and Alberta Power Co. Work
1 is being pushed on tho dam on the
river above tbo power house, and also
on tbe power house building Itself.
The Jumber Is on the ground for the
flume from the dam to the penstocKs,
but no work bas been done on this
as yet. Doubt Is felt In some quarters as to when the new power will
be available for this city and Fernie,
the opinion being expressed tha'. It
will not likely be tilt next spring.
Dr. S. Bonnell, M.P., arrived In the
city from Fernle last week-and and
spent a little time ln drawing up
some preliminary organization plans
for his campaign. His cause is becoming stronger in this district every day, especially when it is shown
that most of the stories used us .propaganda against him prove on investigation to be nothing but canards.
Nothing better illustrates the folly of
passing on gossip and hearsay and
I mere word of mouth, without stop
I ping to investigate. Little things get
I exaggerated beyond all recognition
I when taken up by those who are not
at all scrupulous as to how their Idle
talk may react-
5 dozen [pairs    Ladles^Fibrc Silk
Hose to clear at 75c per pair.
Moffatt's Variety Store.
4 Only Teapots in the lot valued at $2.00
PHONE .198
Moffatt's Variety Store
HAH,    ORDERS   PROMPTLY    FIM/ED
MMMMMMMMMWMMNMMMMMMNN^^
F-I-OUH—94.75 cwt.—Plvo Hoses,
Royal HuiiM'Imlii ur Quaker.
BUTTER—Brookfield 2 lbs. 96o;
local fresh buttor - lbs. 96o.
PRBSH engs 70c dozen.
WHEAT— St. Mery'l Prnlrlo,
92.00 cwt.. 948.00 ton; Alberto
wliout next weok, 92.50 ewl.,
917.00 ton, CORN—whole (11.611
(■wt., 950.00 ton; rrnekerl com
92.75 cwt. or 952.00 ton. BRAN
—now 91.25 cwt., 922.00 ton.
SHORTS—now 91.45 cwt. 926.00
ton. OATS also cheftper— 92:1.00
ton, or 91.75 cwt; crnslicd oats
925.00 ton, or 91.85 cwt.
sij.iar—Gnmalated, M-tHI mt.
ALFALFA—Car this week, 926
per ton. APPLES—Wealthy unwrapped, 91.90; Wagners, winter apples, 91.60—get yonr orders In now. SPUDS—St. Mary's
Prairie, 91.90 cwt., 935.00 ton.
ONIONS—winter, 94.'O0 cwt., 6c
per lb-; Spanish onions 10c lb,
CRANBROOK
TRADING Co.
Col. C. H. Pollen spent Friday last
fishing at Moyle Lake and succeeded
In lauding a twelve pound char.
Dr. and Mrs. F. W. Green returned
to the city on Wednesday from a visit of some weeks to the east.
Mr. Robt, Gray of Lethbrldge Is
-spending several days-in the eity this
week visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. J. J. Delany.
Jns. FInlay arrived iu lhe city at
tlie beginning of the week from Vancouver Island. He has spent some
days since u,p at Kimberley.
Clean-up Sale of Dolls— to make
room for Xmas stock. Come in and
get your choice, 40'.;  off.
Moffatt's Variety Store.
Itev. W. T. Tupseolt will be in Pernio this week-end conducting services
thero on Sunday in lhe place of Mr.
R. H. Roper, who is assisting lu special services here.
Monarch Wool, all colors, now in
stock, 2 oz. ball BOc, at -Moffatt's Variety Store.
Mr. 0, /A. Towriss spent a couple of
days this week in the country hunting
but Kick was ,poor. Hetter luck next
time.
Kr. J. P. Fink returned to the city
last week after a visit of some weeks
to relatives In Oklahoma, as well
other points In tho Eastern States and
Canada with his family-
Mr. Andrew Peite returned early
this week from Calgary and lias accepted a position with Mr. A. C. Bow
noss at Nelson and expects to leave
■Tor that place on Monday next.
Mrs. M. Egan, night operator at the
Cranbrook exchange of the Kootenay
Telaphono Lines. Is enjoying a two
weeks' vacation, which she is spending in and around tlie district. Her
place at the switchboard is being ta
ken by Miss Mary Stevely for the
fortnight.
John Oard, local pa-inter and decorator, has purchased the McLean
building on Hanson Avenue from John
Roberts, and Ib redecorating and renovating the (place prior to occupying
It as a workshop and store premises
for tho display of his stock or wall*
paper, etc.
F. J. Harblnson, well Known poultry fancier of this city, made a pretty extensive clean-up in the poultry
sections of the Nelson und Creston
fairs recently witli his Leghorn birili
At Nelson he took first cock, first, second and third hen, second cockerel;
first pullet, and first pen. At Creston his wins Included first cock, flrsl
and second hen, first cockerel, first
and second pullet, first pen, ami a
cup for the best male In the show.
Etig Sing, president of the local
branch of the Chinese Nationalist
League, received a wire last week-end
from the Vancouver headquarters of
the League, stating that President Sun
Yet Sen of the southern republic had
mobilized an army to move northwards against the Imperialist forces
of the north. Instructions were for
the local branch to hang out the flag
by way of celebration.
The regular meeting of the Liter
ary Club of the Presbyterian Church
was held Wednesday evening. Time
was devoted for the study of the Sunday School lesson for next Sundn>
and for the rehearsal of new hymns.
Mr. G. J. Spreull gave an address oti
"Men and Things, or a Famous Profession," dealing with the legal profession, which was very Interesting.
Rev. T. S- Glas.iford gave an address
on the ancient Romans, which was also much appreciated by by all. The
gathering proved a very instructive
ono. and is expected to result In great
Interest being taken in thoso meetings during the winter months.
MMMMM
Pratt & Lambert
.-EFFECTO"
Auto Finishes
Whether ynu paint yonr car
j-onrself rnr tho "fun of lt" or
for the tiros and gns that
tho saving will buy. Effccto
Auto Finishes will give you
finished results at a homemade price. Effecto Is the
original auto finish for owner's use.
Accept no substitute. Get the
genuine
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
MABTIN SKJfOUR 100'/-
1-UltE PAINTS, AND WOOD.
LAC VARNISH STAINS
8AN1TASY AN*»  HEATING
ENGINEERS
PATMORE Bros.
SANITARY and PLDKB1NU
ENUINEEHS
-VWWWMi
FOR THESE
DARK MORNINGS
Misty mornings, grey
dawns, Inky darkness, are
all the same to one of OUR
alarm clocks. It ticks off
each minute until the time
yon set for rising, then it
calls, positively, because
correctly. It lets you sleep
right up to the last minute.
W. H. Wilson
Jeweler
MacDonald's
Grocery
Ogilvie's Rolled Oats,
tubes 25c
Ogilvie's rolled oats, 8s 45c
Ogilvie's Rolled Oats,
20s  11.00
Feed Wheat  99.85
Bran, per ton 22.0(1
Shorts, per ton 24.00
Whole Corn, 100s ., 2.65
Cracked Corn, 100s . »2.75
Feed Oats, per ton .. 86.00
Crushed Oats, per ton 38.00
Oilcake Meal, per 100 8.75
Five Roses or Royal
Household flour, 98s, $4.75
PHONE~76~
-    TRY
DEACON'S
FOR 1'OITR NEXT
GROCERY ORDER
You will get bimhI value for
Cash
—Groceries of All Kinds—
Lean Ends Pork, per Ib. ..
Mess Pork  	
Picnic Shoulders  	
Hams 	
strip Bacon   	
Salt Bacon  '	
Armour's Special No. 1 Ba
con
Wo
S5c
__r
Mc
.r.c
3.1c
Mc
DEACON'S
Nt> Deliver*.      Phone 131
BY      BEALE  cr ELWELL.
8tttfSfi£
The lliijlng «( Real Estate I'ronn
That a Man's Brains are Oiled
Wllh the Oil of Common
Sense
NKAHl.Y every man who becimie
wealthy did so by safely investing
IiIh money In real ostnte. You cun
jiaho a lot of money by selling
your property oilce nitjer years,
We make ours by selling lots of
property now. That explains our
position we believe.
WE PAY   THB   HIGHEST
MARKET PRICE IN CASH
FOR VICTORY BONDS
Try one of onr
Safety Deposit Boxes
IF YOU WANT TO 8EIX
YOUR PROPERTY LIST IT
WITH US
REAL ESTATE
INSURANCE   -
iVlcn S Jrii^ii. L*r*u.»_i.c
FOOTWEAR
NEW SHOES
AT
NEW PRICES
IIARTT'S WELL KNOWN llll AND —
From 112.50 lo I13.5II
CORSON SHOES —
A well known high grade shoe
411 um lo HUii-oo
THE HARVARD SHOE —
A good reliable shoe
IK.00 to 111.00
AM. SHOES GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTORY
WEAR, OR MONEY REFUNDED
AGENTS FOR WILLIS PIANOS
jg§§f§plP
SEE THE WILLIS PIANOS NOW HERE
WANT ADS.
3TAK SECOND HAND  8TOHE
Flume 9,
1    We pay ths best price* going (or all
kinds of furniture. We buy any*
j thing from a mouse trap to au auto-
! mobile.
flee.
31-37
FOR SALE—A number of loose leaf
binders,  different  i_izea.       Herald
Olllce. tf
WANTED.— Position as household
help,     Gladys Roymon, Plione 71.
84
! POUND—hi a local restaurant on
[Thursday night, pocket book containing sum of money. Owner may
bave same by proving ownership
nnd paying expenses, at Herald Of-
Mr. I. Hannah has been eff duty
this week from the "Y" owing to indisposition.
While fishing with a compatriot
in the river near Yahk last week, a
Chinaman was drowned. No ono saw
the tragedy, but the victim of the mishap waB discovered by his sompanlon
In the river, the presumif-tlo'.i being
tbat he fell off the raft he wai using
The boJy was brought to this clt/ and
taken in charge by local Chinese for
li.rtal.
CLUB CAFE
-   CROSS-KEYS HOTEL
Largest and Best in the City
SUNDAY   SPECIAL
Farm House Chicken Dinner :  -.  -.  75c.
J. BUCHANAN
Proprietor
Is Your
Electric Wiring Safe?
MANY DISASTROUS FIRES AUK CAUSED    IIY
DEFECTIVE WIRING.
LET US MAKE YOU A REPORT ON IT FREE.
Standard Electric Co.
Hanson Avciiik-        ...        Cranhrook, ll.C.
EXPERIENCED   ELECTRICIANS   EMPLOYED
Cranbrook,   B.C.
PHONE 80
L. D. CAFE
THE HOME OF GOOD EATS
Special Chicken Dinner Sunday
PRIVATE BOOTHS
Afternoon Teas — Ladlei' Patronage Solicited

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