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THE NATIONAL ADTIBTIIU
KNOWS THB BUST HEDICH—
HE FATBONIZEBTHIHIXALS
THE
NBROOK HERALD
A PAi'IIt FOB THK IIOII-
TIIK INTKKfcSL.M OF LKll.
liltOOK    POUKMOST    Al.WAM
VOLUME     22
ORUA1NIZE ANU ELECT OF
OFFICERS AT A WELL-
ATTENDED MEETING
Conservative women ot Cranbrook
orgunlKud for Uio Provincial cani-
putgu at a weH-altcndod mooting In
Conservative headquarters Tuesday
ovoning, electing officers and getting
down to the real work of the campaign beforo adjournment.
Mrs. Elmore Staples wuh elected aa
president with MrB. W. J. BowBer
as Honorary President, and Mrs. Arthur Melghen as Honorary Vice-President.
Mrs. J. P. Fink waa tiie choice ol
tlie [gathering for Vice-President and
Mrs. F. D. Patten was named secretary, the following executive being elected:
Mesdames Bowness, Claim, Jones,
Martin, Cameron, Shauklar.1, Reid
and Rutledge.
A number of the male members of
the Conservative Association were In
attendance on the meeting, simply desiring to give the ladies any advice
they might desire, as to the
work of the campaign as far ae it has
progressed.
For real optimism as to the outcome
of the present contest the ladies cannot be excelled. They are sanguine the Conservatives will win in
the province and are determined that
Cranbrook's majority for the Conservative candidate will equal that of
any of the other constituencies.
After the meeting adjourned the executive got down to business Immediately and were at work until a late
hour sizing up the situation and making preparations for an active canvass throughout the riding.
The ladies have arranged a meeting
for Monday night next, to which all
supporters of the new organisation
are cordially Invited.
NEW BAPTIST PASTOR
TAKES  UP   WORK
Following an invitation extended lo
him, Mr. W. G. Asher errlved In the
city last week-end, and has taken up
the .pastoral work In connection with
the local Baptist Church, for a period
of at least sik months. Mrs. Asher
and two members of their family accompanied Mr. Asher from Lewfston,
Idaho, and tlie remaining members of
tlie family, who ar | now at Lewiston
and Seattle will join their parents
here shortly, it is expected. Tb»*f
will occupy the Baptist Parsonage on
Norbury Avenue on the arrival of \neir
furniture and household jmodf, Mr.
and Mrs. Asher being in tho mean -
tlmo guests at the home of & \ and
Mrs. H. R. Hinton.
Mr. Asher took up the work of the
ministry in Calgary some years ago,
previous to that time carrying on business In Calgary nnd Edmonton. He
has held a pastorate nt Lethbrldge,
and addition to the work at Lewiston
has also done much evangelistic mission work, conducting a large undertaking at Senttlo along these lines, a
work he was ompelled to relinquish on
account of the domunds of his health.
He has also done much travelling ev-
angollstlc work up and down the Pac-
Hlic Coast sections.
Mr. Asher conducted the services at
thu Baptist Church on Sunday last
for tho flrBt time as pastoral supply,
and an announcement of his services for Sunday next will be found In
the church announcement on another
page.
The Thank Offering of the W. M.
Society of Knox Presbyterian Church
was held In tho schoolroom on Wednesday, November 17. After the op-
onlng oxercisos by tho president, Mrs.
White, the convenor of the Presbyterial, Mrs. MacKinnon, was called upon
to describe the lantern slides exhibiting the home and foreign mission
work of the church. Much Instructive Information was gained by the
large audience present. Mrs,  J.
Thompson contributed a sacred solo
ln her usual pleasing manner, Mrs.
Ryekman kindly accompanying for the
musical .part of the program, A pleasant feature of the evening was the
making of two life members of ths
W. M. Society, Mrs. Speers and MIsb
Olive White, which considerably enhanced the thank offering funds, which
very nearly reached the hundred dollar mark.
THE WEATHER
Officials thennomstsr readings at
Cranbrook.
Max.    HU
Novemlber 10      27        1
November 11       26    —9
November 12     12   —11
November 13     25       4
November 14       84      16
November 15    41      14
II     tt      tt
CRANBROOK, & C. THPRSPDAY, .NOVEMBER 18, 1920
NUMBER     39
CANDIDA
ANDT
SHOR
Both the Conservative and Liberal
candidates, Mr. Thos. D. Caven, aud
Hon. Dr. J. H. King, are very bUBy at
present In making a canvass of their
constituency.
Tbe Ume is getting very short In
which to muke a canvass uf tlie large
constituency ol Cranhrook, but both
have not lost any time lu gating to
the various outlying suctions.
Conservative Candidate Caven aud a
party of friends have been out in tiie
district during the week, and from ull
point* come tho most encouraging .reports for the party standard-bearer.
At Conservative headquarters * the
workers are industrious in behalf of
the candidate, and feel confident of a
sweeping majority on December 1st
Hon. J. If. King has been at somo
outside points during the week. He
waa at both Kimberley and Vahk, but
the reception he received at these places is said to have been not of tiie
most enthusiastic nature, and some
of his followers are quite freely expressing uneasiness as to the result
of the polling on December lst.
Dr. King cannot help but notice
a lack of the enthusiasm that has
characterised his former campaigns
here, and no doubt feels that he is
fighting an uphill battle.
FIRST ENROLMENTS
MADE INTO BOYS*
NAVAL    BRIGADE
Twenty Boys Joined Up Monday, and Further Ten Will
Be Taken on Later
At oa executive meeting of the local branch of the Navy League held
on Monday evening in the City Hall,
tho following were present: Major
Hicks, chairman; Messrs. W. M.
Armstrong, J. Barrett, F. Pym, A. E.
Leigh, 0. Bristow. F. L. Harrison,
W. M. Harris, and others interested.
One object of the meeting was to
form the nucleus of a Boys' Naval Brigade In Cranbrook. The following
boys were enrolled and a further number will be taken on the strength of
the brigade on Thursday evening (tonight) when the first meeting of the
brigade takes place   in    the Parish
nan. ,
Junior Squad Senior Squad
Norman Parker        Stanley Moffatt
Billy Taylor Jack Moffatt
Edward White Albert Grady
Jack Genest Paul McNeill
Jaiu», Taylor Norman Beech
B/g. Parrett Don Morrison
mf hn Drew George Paterson
3-m Shaw Eddie Spence
j *Ck Dixon Otto GUI
fat Kennedy Leonard Burton
A brief outline of the work was described by the Commanding Officer.
Major Hicks, and after the dismissal
of the boyB the executive of the Navy
League held a short business session. Arrangements have been made
for the use of the Parish Hall by the
use of the brigade for one night a
week, Thursday, for drill and brigade
purposes generally, A number of
Instructors have Indicated their willingness to take part in the work on
Thursday evenings, Mr. H. L. Harrison, along nautical lines; Messrs. A.
Leigh and J. M. Clark, physical
drill and gymnastics; Mr. W. M. Harris squad drill; and Mr. F. 0. Morris, recreation and games.
WEDDING
Gillespie—Rradwln
The numerous locol friends of Miss
Vera Bradwln will be Interested in
the following announcement appearing in the Vancouver Province under
date ot November 6th:
"A quiet wedding took place Wednesday evening at the First Congregational Church when Miss Vera Brad-
win, daughter of Mrs. J. D. Murray,
became the bride of Mr, William Gillespie, of North Vancouver. Rev. A,
E. Cooke .performed the ceremony. The
bride was becomingly attired in a
maize-colored georgette gown with a
corsage bouquet of pale pink roses,
with which she wore a picture hat of
pekin blue. The young couple were
unattended. Mr. and Mtb Gillespie
will make their home ln North Vancouver."
Mrs. Gillespie formerly resided In
this city and was an extremely popular member of Cranbrook's -younger
set, whose cordial wishes will be extended to the young couple at the
Coast city on the occasion of so happy a sequel to their romance.
GOES TO CLOVERDALE
Mr. A. R, McLean, who has been
acting as tbe accommodatirig accountant of the Royal Bank of Canada here,
has ecelved a well earned promotion,
aad wfll In future reside at Clover-
dale, where he will manage the branch
ot the Royal bank there.
Mr. McLean Is succeeded here by
Mr. H. R. Dove, who comes to Cranbrook from Ladner, where he has
bam   Um   accountant la tba bank's
iEN AIR RINK FOR
HATING AND H0CKE1
BEING TAKEN UP
Strong Committee Appointed to
Supervise Its Operation —
Work Commencing
The .project recently advanced that
the city council should help to provide better skating and hockey facilities thlB comiug winter, Is materialising into full realization. It waB re-
eognlzed that there are great difficulties in the way of utilizing the Arena
Kink for tiie treble purpose of curling, skating and hockey, and after
casting around for a solution of the
.iiltlculty that was most likely to satisfy all parties concerned, the Idea of
an open air rink seemed to flud general favor. Another alternative was
to make alterations to the old rink
to make it suitable for hockey and
skating, but time and expense are against such a course for this year at
any rate.
The open air rink proposal was
brought up at the council meeting last
Thursday, and referred to a civic
committee consisting ot Aldermen
MacKinnon, Balment and Jones. On
Tuesday evening the matter received
further impetus when at a sort of
round table conference between thlB
committee, the curling club, some
hockey enthusiasts and persons generally Interested, it was discussed
quite thoroughly.
The opinion was pretty generally
expressed that a strong supervision
would be necessary to ensure the
smooth running of an open air rink,
and a committee, combining all the
different elements interested in the
project, was appointed, as follows:
From the citizens at large, W, D.
Gilroy, J. R. Adamson; from the city
council, Aldermen A. A. MacKinnon,
A. E. Jones, R. Flowers; from the
hockey boys A. E. Leigh and M. Argue; from the Y. M. C. A., J. M.
Clark; trom the Curling Club, A.
Shankland,
This committee held a meeting on
Tuesday evening after the adjournment of the Curling Club meeting,
when Mr. MacKinnon was appointed
chairman and Mr. Leigh secretary.
It is understood that the civic committee has given favorable consideration to the matter, and work may be
commenced today preparing the
stretch of ground behind tbe old rink
for flooding. A board fence will be
erected three feet high or so, and the
rink banked up properly to hold the
Ice. Dressing rooms will also be
provided. Admission will be free to
the Ice for skating, but a.proper schedule will be drawn up to prevent any
confusion in the use ot tbe rink.
EBWORTH LEAGUE
ELECTS OFFICERS
At tiie meeting of the Methodist Ep-
worth League held on Wednesday evening of this week, officers for the ensuing year were elected as follows:
President   Martin T. Harris
Vice-Presidents —
Devotional Dept Mr. G. T, Molr
and Miss Myrtle Watson
Literary and Citizenship Dept.,
Mr. F. Lodge and Miss Alma Sarvls
Social Dept.  W. C. Adlard and
Hugh McDonald
Missionary Dept. ... Miss Staples and
Miss   Eunice  Parrett
Secretary   Warren Spence
Treasurer Miss Jessie Baynes
Roll Secretary Miss Viola Sarvls
Pianists   Miss Alma Sarvls
and Miss Eva Molr
CHINESE MISSION OPENS
UP WORK IN CITY
Quite an event In China town occurred on Sunday night, November 7,
when tlie opening of a Chinese mission
in the city took place. It may not be
generally understood that there are
upwards of five hundred Chinese .residing in the city or district, and now
after many unsuccessful efforts the
desire to start a mission among these
people has been realized. The store
buildings at the rear of the Methodist
Church have been taken for the purpose, and the rooms painted, papered,
cleaned and fitted up into first-class
premises for the purposes. Downstairs there Is a large room for meetings and educational purposes, and also a large kitchen. Upstairs there
are five bedrooms, and here the resident Chinese missionary will reside.
Provision will also be made for other
Chinese boys who are desirous of getting ln close touch with the life of the
mission.
The opening services were attended
by a large number of Chinese, and a
number of white people were also present. The services were conducted by
Rev, Chow Ling, a missionary of the
Methodist Church. Hymns were sung
in Chinese and English, and ,part of
the service was also In Chinese. Addresses were given by Rev. Chow
Ling and Rev. R. W. Lee, who formally opened the mission. Short speeches were olso given by Messrs. W. H,
Wilson, G. W. Patmore and W. C
Adlard, appropriate to the occasion
After the service the Chinese mission*
ary served "afternoon tea."
The help and co-operation of tha
public Is earnestly desired In carry*
Ing on thla work among tha Chlnaaa
POLITICIANS   AT   OTTAWA
WRANGLE OVER WHO
HAS BEST OF IT
Canadian-American  Ambassadorship Comes In for
Discus* &n by 'Em
OTTAWA.—Ti <-* politicians here
and all over the country are busy
reading the accounts of the meetings
that are now bf ug addressed by the
Prime Minister and Mackenzie King
in the Wost. it ls amusing to listen
to the comments. Take the Prime
Minister's Winnipeg meeting. The Liberal on the look-out for trouble commented somewhat as follows:
Did you read how they heckled
Melghen and Calder at Winnipeg?
That shows that Melghen is not going
to have lt all his own way in his own
province. It wasn't much of a beginning. Wait till both of them get right
in among the farmers; then they'll
get It."
The Conservative partisan follows
the reports Just as closely for crumbs
of comfort, and his comment on the
Winnipeg meeting ran something like
this: "By Jove, just think of Moigheu
having 5,000 people at hia Winnipeg
meeting; and they Bay lt wasn't well
advertised either. That's a fine start.
And did you notice that Pitbaldo,
Isaac Campbell and a number of other
old leading Liberals were on the platform? That shows where Manitoba
stands."
It ls a strange situation from which
both sides can't draw a little consolation. This ls natural; for after ill.
politicians, especially if in opposition,
spend a great deal of time looking
for signs that may be considered
honelesB.
It Is surprising how completely
Quebec has dropped out ot sight politically during the last month. For
some time until then it was the whole
thing. The Conservatives, thinking
that the hearts of the French-Oan-
adiuns might have been softened by
the retirement of Sir Robert Borden,
began their coquetting operations, and
for a time things seemed promising.
But alter "Joe" Arcbambault and a
few other Liberals had gone on tbe
war path and had called on their compatriots "Je me souviens," which being
interpreted as "I remember," with
particular reference to 1917, Quebec's
heart seemed to be as cold as ever.
From that time interest began to cen-
ere in the West. It is said that Hon.
itodolphe Lemieux will soon stump
Quebec and remind the electors of that
province of their duty to Liberalism.
In East Elgin the Farmers, Liberals
and Conservatives are working bard.
Burnaby, one ot the Farmers' leaders,
who was In the Colchester election,
and has been stumping East Elgin,
say« that whiskey flowed Ilka water
down there, and he tells of one man
who wanted $25 and a bottle of whiskey for his vote. He also reports
a conversation with a voter who declared that tha laat man, a Conservative, who attempted to run a clean
election there, lost his deposit- Burnaby may be peeved at Dixon's defeat. However, his remarks are given for what they are worth.
The sugar refiners hung around tha
Chateau for tome time after tha order
of the Board of Commerce had been
permanently suspended. They don't
seem to have received oven enco.tr
aeement. In the meantime, up to this
day of grace none of them have gone
Into liquidation. Possibly what they
really lost ware the profits thay expected to make. As for the members
of the Board of Commerce, whan they
saw what on exhibition they had made
of themselves, tbey resigned. The
Impression ls that they received a
pretty straight tip that their resignations would be acceptable. It Awn
not do to have a dangerous place of
machinery running loose.
When Parliament meets there will
undoubtedly be quite a discussion over
the appointment of an ambassador at
Washington. As Is well known the
sum of |80,000 was voted for this office, and It was thought that all that
remained to be done was the making
cf the appointment. But ominous re*
(Continued on I'age fov)
Fifteen months after tne city council of Cranbrook voted to extend the
boundaries of the city, the British Columbia Gazette records the final accomplishment of the annexation. Sixteen blocks, numbered from 304 to 319
are added to the city, by proclamation of the lieutenant-governor in-
councll. The proclamation recites
that the municipal council expressed
Its desire by 'an affirmative vote of all
the members,' and that 'the consent
ln writing has been obtained from the
owners of more than one half In value
of the land to he Included within the
boundaries of ths proposed extension,
who are entitled to petition lor lnoor
■poretion.'-Nelaow Maws.
COUNCIL HEARS SEVERAL
DELEGATIONS AT THE
REGULAR MEETING
Curlers   and   YJi.CA.   Have
Propositions—Firemen
Want More Pay
At tiie regular meeting of the City
Council in the Council Chamber la*>t
Ihursuay evening, there were present,
oesides Mayor Genest, Aldermen Balment, Mocklnuou, Jones and Flowers.
A number of citizens, forming delegations having business before the
council, wero in attendance, among
Uio delegations being one from the
i.M.C.A. and the Curliug Club, and
a delegation working to reopeu tiie
uid gyuinazium.
Mr. N. A. Walllnger, on behalf of
the Curling Club petitioned to renl
Uio rink during the winter season and
offered tiie sum of $350, it being understood the building is to be used
tor both curling and skating. It was
decided that Aldermen Balment, Jones
and Mackinnon should meet the mem-
oers of the Curling Club Tuesday evening in the city hall and arrive at
oome decision regarding the proposal.
Mr. Clark, secretary for the Y.M.
.'.A., wanted tlie council to provide a
>uitttbl& place for skating for the
young people, and in the event ar-
mugements are not made for the use
of Die Arena rink, that an outdoor
luting plate be provided. He suggested tho ground opposite the I. O.
0. F. Hall. Mr. A. E. Leigh also spoke
along similar lines. Tlie matter was
also to be considered at tiie meeting
Tuesday evening.
Mr. Elmore Staples addressed the
council In an effort to have the old
gym" reopened for the young people.
He was of the opinion about >1&00 is
necessary to put the place in proper
shape, and wanted the city to make
some concessions on light and water,
the council deciding to give a rate of
|1 for water for each six months,
and light at 8ft cents jwr kilowatt
hour.
It is expected that those undertaking the reopening of the old place so
popular In daya gone by will meet and
perfect plans soon.
The necessary relief was granted
for a destitute family.
Superintendent Robert Eakin made
his report on the operations ot the
electric light plant, showing an ln-
rease in the- number of consumers.
Dairy Inspector Dr. Rutledge also
had a report before the council, which
was received and filed.
The water main hoe heen completed
the South Ward school, acordlng to
Foreman of Works Soden's report to
the council, and connections have alii been made.
Chief Reece was before the council in the interest of an Increase ln
salaries for the fire laddies. City
Clerk Roberts will ascertain the rate
of pay at other places similar ln size
to Cranbrook and the matter will be
considered at a later meeting.
The usual batch of accounts was allowed and ordered paid.
Y. M. C. A. NOTES
Getting Boys* Work Started
The Boys' Department of the Cranbrook Association will be open for
members on Monday, November 29th.
Its aim will pe to help every boy .physically, mentally and spiritually. It
stands for clean speech, clean sport,
clean living.
Parents will find It a good place for
their boy to spend his spare time. Secretary Clark wishes to co-operate
with the parents ln every .possible
way. Everything done Is planned for
the amusement, interest and development of the boy and will help the boy
and make you proud of him.
The large dining room ls being fitted up with games of various kinds,
magazines, books, etc., and will be the
centre of activity. The showers, with
hot and cold water, will be available
on certain days, bowling alleys at
special hours, and Interesting talks
on vital subjerts will be given. It Ib
Impossible at the present time to outline a definite program, as this largely depends on the membership. However, lt Is planned that for physical
development there will be shower
baths, hikes, tramps, skating camps,
practical talks, etc Educational —
reading room, first aid classes, study
groups, etc. Religious —■ Special
meetings, Bible study groups, etc. Social — Games, group socials, Father
and Son banquet, Best Girl nights,
etc.
Any boy ln Cranbrook between the
ages of 12 and IS of good moral standing In the community may become a
member.
The fee Is small, only $2.00 a year
for public school boys and $2.50 for
high school and employed boys.
We Believe It Is Fairer-   ,
To train a boy than to restrain him;
To form character than to reform lt;
To prevent crime than to punish It;
To lead than to drive;
To work with boys than for boys.
Bowling Trr-eot Tonight
The Bowling League will have a
big "try-out" on Thursday night. Every man interested In thla form of
apart should to m toad.
SUSPECTS IN THEFT OF
BOOZE FROM MUELLER
HOME GIVEN HEARING
Believing they have sufficient evidence with which to convict, the police have caused the arrest of two
men, Alex. Nicholson and Frank Burton, both being charged with an attempt to rob the home of A. Musllor
in Slatervile recently, when the son
of Muellor, arriving home from the
city ahead of his parents, discovered
someone had entered tlie place.
Six cases of whiskey had beeu removed from the home, and it was not
long until a Ford car was there to
tako the booze away. It was then
that the would-be robbers thought it
the best thing to get away, and It Is
alleged Burton deserted tho Ford tor
a quick moans of retreat, while tiie
other, alleged to he Nicholson, put up
a battle with Mr. Viburfc of the
Queen's Hotel, wlio had come to the
assistance of young Meul lor. A lively scrap ensued In which a shot was
fired by Mr. Vtburg from a revolver.
In an attempt, It fs said, to frighten
away the maurauders.
The fact that Burton's car was on
the scene and that Nicholson, who occupied the same shack with the accused had fresh blood stains on his
face when found, caused the police
to make the arrests.
Tiie men, when arraigned before
Magistrate Iieusk Monday, elected for
a trial by Jury, whi h was granted.
and will como up later.
WIMIERMERE FAT
STOCK SHOW PASSES
OFF SUCCESSFULLY
Event S*'*'ius Likely to Become
Permanency — List of the
Prize Winners
(Special to the Herald)
Invermere, B.C., Nov. 13. — The second annual Fat Stock Show of tiie
Lake Windermere District was held
this week at the livery and sales stable of the town. Tho results were
most encouraging to the Association
of Live Stock Breeders, uuder whose
auspices the show was held. Last
year was the inaugural show, and
owing to conditions wMoh had not
been anticipated and could not be overcome, it was not a success. This
year there were four times the number of entries put in last year, and the
quality of the exhibits was so far in
advance of anything yet shown at any
local show as to be above comparison. The date of tiie show was earlier than in 1919, which also contributed greatly to its success. It was
particularly gratifying to note the
number of registered beef sires and
dams which graced the grounds. The
number of carcases exhibited too,
waa much larger in number, and covered a far wider range.
The Judging was carried out by Dr.
A. Knight, the chief veterinary inspector of the province, assisted by
R. Gladwyn Newton. B.S.A-, while Mr.
J. W. Sootheran, the poultry expert
of the Dominion Experimental Station here, made the awards In the
poultry classes.
An Informal dinner was given to the
Judges at the close of the day, when
the prizes were presented and the
whole proceedings talked over pro
and con, and advice given as to how
the show can be brought to a higher
standard of .perfection In succeeding
years. While as an outstanding exhibition there cannot be much said of
It, yet lt is a start and the directors
point with no small degree of pride to
the fact that their two annuals are
the only ones which have ever been
held throughout the length an-j
breadth of British Columbia.
The registered bulls for breeding
purposes were the outstanding feature. There were a number of entries.
Mr. Arthur J. Walker, of the AJax
Ranch, took the blue card with his
red roan Shorthorn "Clipper Broad-
hooke. No. 132841, The award was a
handsome prize In money and a
splendid silver cup presented by Mi
W. II. Wilson, the Jeweller, of Cranbrook. In this class Mr. G. C. H
Coleman, of the Manor Ranch, took
second with his shorthorn bull, "Car-
riden Caveller," while J. W. Moreland
took third with his Shorthorn "Baron
Broadhooks," No. 133661.
In the females for breeding J. W.
Moreland of Windermere took first
with "Roan Beauty," No. 11809, and
G. C. H. Coleman took second with
"Queenle Sunbeam." Mr. Moreland's
cow also won the Grand Champion
ship, for the best registered animal
In the field and a handsome silver cut
presented by the Fink Mercantile Co.
Ltd., of Cranbrook.
In the fat steer three, year old class
the first honorB went to Mr Samuel
Brewer, the second to the same exhibitor and the third to J. w. Craw
ford, of the Meadows Ranch. "Koot
enal Lodge Buster." owned by Basil
G. Hamilton, took first prize In tho
two year old steer class. Ho also
won tho championship prize of a silver cup put up by tho Imiwrlal Bank
for tho best steer shown of all clas
ses and the grand championship prize
for any animal In the show which waa
aot of the registered breed.   Thla aa-
CURLERS ARE
OFFICERS ELECTED FOR
NEW VEAR —LOOK FOR
GOOD SEASON
Members of the curling club met on
Tuesday evening to elect oflicors and
transact other business relative to tho
season's activities,     At lirst only ten
urlers or so were ln attendance, but
before the meeting closed fifteen of
twenty others had appeared to discuss
tlit question of skating ami hockey facilities for lho winter with the civic
committee, consisting of Aldermen
MacKinnon. Balment and Jones.
The Curling Club meeting opened
with Mr. Geo. Hoggarth In tho chair
.ind E. H. McPhee acting as secretary,
both pro tern.     Election of officers
■suited as follows:
Hon. President   V. Hyde Baker
Hon. Vice-President   Dr. F. W. Oreen
President   Geo. Hogarth
Vice-President W. P. Cameron
Sec--Treas W. M. Harris
Executive Committee ..  Dr. G. K. L,
MacKinnon. A. Shankland,
and N. A. Walllnger
Ice Committee    It. Kakin. E. H.
McPhee and S. Fyles
haplaln Rev. F. V. Harrison
Cmpiro    J. Choldltch
The sum of $350 was formally tendered the City Council by the Curling
nub for the rent of the Arena Kink
r the winter, and this was accepted
by the committee from tho council
present, The curlers will use the
centre of the rink, and skating will
be provided for round the edge.
It was decided to fix the fees for
the season at $10 for adults, and $5
'or members under 18.
Messrs. W. R. Grubbe, N. A. Walllnger and S. Fyles were confirmed as
I membership committee. Abjut six-
y-five or seventy members so far are
'nrolled, but the list is still Incomplete,
The Curling Club is away to a good
=tart. in spite of it having been rumored far and near that there would be
no curling to Cranbrook this winter,
— ■.»>     i'
LADY LEGISLATOR
TO VISIT CITY THIS
COHDTG WEEK-EM)
Services in the Methodist Church on
itnday next will be conducted by Mrs.
r>ouIse McKlnney. M.L.A., of Clares-
olm. Alberta. Mrs. McKinney is a
member of the Alberta Legislature,
and Ie also president of the Alberta
W. C. T. U. She has recently returned from Scotland where she took part
In the recent temperance elections
there.
Besides being a speaker of unusual
merit. Mrs. McKinney is also an authority on Boclal questions. She will
[.reach in the Methodist Church on
Sunday next at 11 a.m., and 7.30 p.m.,
and a hearty invitation Is extended to
ail to attend.
BORN. — To Mr. and Mrs. R. G.
Hughes, of this city, on Tuesday, November 16th, at the Cottage Hospital,
a daughter.
•mal is a stocky red shorthorn grade.
For fat cows J. W. Crawford of
Fairmont Hot Springs won first; John
A. McCTO-kie won second and J. W.
Moreland of Windermere third prize.
Fat heifer fell to G. C. H. Coleman
of Manor Ranch, first; Invermere Contracting Company, Ltd., second, and
J. W. Crawford third.
In the baby beef class, G. Johnston
won the first, this being a handsome
caM of sliver spoons and forks, donated by the J. H. ABhdown Hardware
Co., of Calgary, and Mrs. Samuel Brewer won second, from the Great West
Saddlery Co. Fat calf for veal was
■won in the first case by G. Johnston,
and iu the second by O. C. H. Cole- *
man. ,
ln sows for breeding, the first was
taken by Mr. G. C. H. Coleman with
a beautiful Duroc Jersey registrecd as
"Cherry Dorothy," and the second was
won by Major F. B. Young, also registered. The prizes for best boar
Tor breeding went to the same persons, the only difference being tbat
the order of merit was reversed.
Major F. B. Young of Mapembe
Ranch also took all the prizes in the
sheep classes with his excellent showing of Merinos and Oxford Downs.
In the display of carcasses the honors In the different classes fell to the
Invermere Contracting Co., Ltd., for
beef, to H. Peters for hogs, to Alexander Gilmour for sheep and to Major F. B. Young for lambs.
In tho pig line Messrs. Wm. Stewart, Harry H, Peters and G. C. H.
Coleman divided the honors.
Major Young of Mapembe Ranch
woe also the chief winner In the
poultry competition, winning the silver cup donated by the P. BurnB k
Co., Ltd., of Calgary, and a subscription to the Cranbrook Courier, kindly
donated hy the p-rtllaher. FAGS     TWO
THB      CRANBROOK      HERALD
Thnrsdny, November 18, 1890
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Published Every Thund.y by
WILL A. KLUllTSON Editor
t. A. WILLIAMS AwUttat Mgr.
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HatwilyUiia Wa, V&^mMtimu
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Ne Utter, tw Ui. suitor will b. Insert*
ad uu.iit uv.r Ut. ifiop.r .ijiumiuiu
and editi-sos ot lis, wium-. xu. rule
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ClUAUttOOit, BH1T1SU COLUMBIA
THUBSDAY, .NOVliMBElt IS, 11BU
,   USELESS PROPAGANDA .
Tlie Liberal party in British
Columbia lias ul' late beeu carrying uu a most extensive campaign ui' publicity all over the
province, iu every place
wliere a newspaper is issued.
Since such a campaign will
entail the expenditure ol several hundred thousand
dollars, it might be interesting
U the electorate could be acquainted, with the tacts showing trum what source this fund
has been furthcoming.
Not a single paper, as far as
is known, it matters not of what
political leaning, can it be said,
has closed its columns to the arguments—useless propaganda
—of the paid press bureau of
the Oliver government.
But the time has arrived when
the electors will no longer be
hoodwinked into supporting a
government which has been
must wasteful with the people's
money and natural resources,
TO SAVE IS  EASY
Saving is a most beneficial habit, and an easy
one to acquire.
Place a certain amount of your income tn this
Bank at regular intervals. Deposits have a
marvelous way of growing and in a short time
you will have a Savings Account of four
figures. m
IMPERIAL BANK
OF CANADA
Cranbrook Branch,      •      •      •      W. R. Grubbe, Manager.
Sub-As.ne, .1 Kimb.*Uy.
facts which cannot be disputed done to secure the results do-
When
your brain
works like a
dog with three
legs walks—
you need
An active brain must
have pure blood, not
poisoned with products
of indigestion—or liver
and kidney laziness.
Ut.r.t S.1. of An» M.di-ir,. b lb. World.
■.U-rai-rk-nisCu-b. L fern, IS... 10.
Have it
Every Day
by the government.
To better illustrate this mis-
government on the part of the
Oliver regime, electors only
nave tu turu to page three ol
me Heralu tuuay anu then usi;
.lie Liueral canuiuales to
jxpiaiu luese iiuesuonaole pol-
.cies of tne government.
The Liueral puulieiiy bureau,
try as naru as it may, cannot
uown these euarges. "Figures
cannot lie," and everyone is laminar wiiii tne wasieiul extravagance on the part ul tne Oliver
aumiuistratiun.
Millions uf dollars have been
speut uf the people's muuey but
uttle ur nothing tangible in the
way of new roads or improvements for which the farmer, the
prospector and others have
ueen crying has been accomplished.
It was quite evident months
ago, because of the activity ou
me part of the ministers of the
crown that an election was to
ue called, and this was home
out by the fact that matters iu
which some sections were much
interested in, improvements of
various kinds, promised by the
Liberals, were they again entrusted with the care of the people's business, were suddenly
brought to the front through
tenders being asked for at a
time of the'year when it was
known nothing could he done—
more useless expenditures.
For over four years these do-
nothing tactics have been pursued Jiy a government which
has borrowed more millions
than any government in the
history of the province of B.C.,
and has still done less with it,
and is still borrowing.
Some time ago business men
at the Coast—Liberals, Conservatives and Independents—seeing the danger in such misrule,
with taxes continually soaring
upward, through the Vancouver
Board, of Trade, sent a delegation to Victoria to interview the
government and protest against
the danger which was sure to
follow such schoolboy-like tactics, but without avail. The
misrule has continued until now
wheu the people at the polls
can take a hand.
A change of government is
due. It is is high time for some
uew blood to take hold and endeavor from the wreck which
must necessarily be inherited
by a new government, to bring
about conditions which will be
as they should—economy in the
administration of the people's
business, only through which
can the terrilic burden of taxation be eliminated.
It has grown to be a business
proposition—this question of
choosing representatives for
the provincial legislature
and electors should judge as to
the past records of those seek
Ing their votes. Sentiment
should not enter into the choosing of these representatives.
When an employee fails to
make good with his employer
after a fair trial—and most
certainly the Liberals cannot
say they have not had a fair
trial—nothing remains to be
sired but make a change.
In one of the advertisements
Uie Oliver government appeals
io the electors tu return them
uecause ol past perlormauces,
itocsii't this sound silly lu lace
of the indisputable charges
contained in the criticisms of
ihe uliver government as referred to in this paper on page
three today?
Klectors are asked and urged
to read these truths and then
seek new administrators of the
people's affairs in the House of
furliament at Victoria that our
rich and as yet undeveloped
province may enter upon a
season of prosperity in which
Conservatives, Liberals and
all others will participate.
It' is time the mistake ol
l'Jlti was corrected. A bus-
ness government is what is
most needed in British Columbia today and the Conservative
party offers a channel through
which this can be obtained.
Vote for tbe Conservative candidate and put an end to the
misrule uf the last four years,
QUAKER BBAKD
STI! UVBEHKY JAM
ls a tonic that builds up nerve
force.
It's a delicious natural
health-giving food that system needs.
EAT IT ETEBY BAH
Domlnloa Canners B. C,
BtU OOeei
Vaacoorer, B. 0.
Ltd*,
twiiii nm s\ee
Eitn-u Irom the Cranbrook
Herald ol tilt data, MOO
'Sandy" McDougall
town the past week.
has been in
Work is progressing on the sew
hool house and the building ls already enclosed.
E. E. Orchard has ln contemplation
the erection of a handsome residence
ou his Baker HiU property.
There is a shortage of Ice in the city
und quite a number of citizens would
like ta be the Ice man these days.
Tlie gamblers ot Moyle were pulled
one night this week. It Is risky to
bo ln on five aces ln that town these
days.
CONCERNING   CANADA
USE "DIAMOND DYES"
Dye right! Don't rink
ymif material, End. puck-
I.;:., uf "Diiiiiiuiitl Dyiw" con-
tains directum* ho ttimplo
that any woman can
tl in moml -dyo a new, rich
color Intu old ynnni'i.ts,
ilnipcricn, coverings, everything, whether wool, nilk,
linen, cotton or mixed goodft,
liny "Diamond Dyen"—no
other kind—then perfect re-
*nilu nre guiiraiiteed even if
you have never dyed before,
I>rugKir-t haa "Diamond Dyvrt
Color Card"—ltt rich colon.
At Confederation, on July 1, 1867,
the area ot the tour provinces forming the Union ol the Dominion of Canada—Nova Scotia, New Brunswick,
Quebec and Ontario—was 377,000,
square miles. This area has been expanded to cover the whole of British
North America with the exception of
Newfoundland, an island, and the total area of the land at the -present moment is almost four million square
miles. It is divided In nine provlncefi
tho Yukon and the North West Territories.
The four provinces that formed tlie
irllglnal confederation were joined
iobn after the date by BrltlBh Columbia on July 20, 1871, and the Atlantic
province of Prince Edward Island on
July 1, 1873. An Imperial order-ln-
councll on Juno 22, 1870, transferred to the new Dominion Rupert's
Und and the Northwest Territories
us from July 20, 1870. Tlie province
of Manitoba wns established on July
15, 1870, the Yukon Territory on July
18. 1898, and the two provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan on September 1, 1905.
ln addition to tho settlement of the
A hi slum boundary between Canada
and the United States there have been
various adjustments of the lnterpro-
v-Uiu'lal lines within the Dominion itself. In 1884 the boundaries between
Ontario and Manitoba were defined
and in 1912 large areas of the territories were transferred to the control
of the province of Quebec and to Ontario and to Manitoba. Quebec received at that time the whole of Un-
gava, excepting that part of Labrador
that belongs to Newfoundland; the
province of Ontario was carried up
to the southern shore of Hudson Bay,
and Manitoba waa extended northward
to the 60th parallel of north latitude.
A Third to a Half
full of Carnation Milk
then fill up with water
Adds flavor to
old and new
recipes—    ' *»'•
Carnation Milk
Makes richer dishes—
more delicious puddings
nnd custards. A Book
with 100 delightful recipes will he sent free
on request. This bonk
also tells how TO
PREPARE BABY'S
BOTTCE — according
to the formulu^ ot a
noted specialist. '
'THAT gives the
■» children a rich,
nourishing drink of
pure, sweet cow's milk.
Adding an equal portion of water restores
Carnation Milk to the
natural consistency —
not of skimmed or
separated milk—but of
rich, "whole" milk.
You always get milk of this
quality from the Carnation
condenseries,
It is rich.
It is pure.
It is absolutely safe.
Such quality in your
milk supply—such freedom from bother—such
assurance of safety—are
due entirely to Carnation methods of distributing milk.
To start with, the milk
is rich and pure.
Use Carnation
Milk for
Tabic Use
Children's Drink
Baby's Bottle
Coffee. Tea
Cocoa
Cereals
Puddings
Custards
Cream Sauce
Gravies
Ii-e Cream
Salads
Welsh Rarebit
Cream Fillings
Icings, Candy
—For every milk
use
It is gathered daily in Canada's best dairy centres.
A part ot the water is removed
by evaporation, leaving a millc
of creamy consistency. Fresh
and sweet, it goes into clean,
new containers. Then it is
sterilized to insure purity.
In this form it goes to you in
perfect safety and is kept
until you are ready to use it.
It is used as cream in tea
and coffee, on cereals or
fruit.
But for ordinary use add
an equal quantity of water.
There is no sugar or
anything added to Carnation Milk, so it may
be used for every household use.
Phone your Grocer. He
is the Carnation Milk
man.
Carnation Milk Products Co.
Limited
Aylmer   -   Ontario
Condenseries at Aylmer and Springfield
Carnation Milk
From   Contented   Cows"
e
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NEW ICE HOUSE OF
C.P.R. 19 A BEAUTY
The monster new Ice house ot the
C.P.R. at the North end of Baker St.
oa the com-peny's property on tbe opposite side of the tracks, 1s a most
substantial ipfece of work.
The building lBtone of the largest, If
not, the largest, ln Cranbrook, and Is
only one of the many lmprrovements
the company Is making to Us accomodations here for handling Its business
moro satisfactorily.
■ta
9octot
POUND NOTICE
One black and white yearling heifer
impounded ln City Pound on Tuesday,
November 9th. If not claimed within
eight days from date the animal will
be sold to defray expenses.
P. ADAMS,
IMS-It    i Chief OoMUbie.
for dealing with any skin sore or injury
is found in Zam-Uuk --" A Surgery in
* Twii-liicli Box." At home .ind at
work it's tho healer that ends pain and
irritation, prevents festering and
blood-poison, drives disease from the
tissues, and promotes quick healthy
healing. Keeping Zam-Buk always
handy ensures you and thc family
against skin troubles. With it you're
prepared for any emergency.
Mrs. J. Randall, of Silver Stream,
Sask., writes:—"Here Is an incident
which proves conclusively Zam-Buk's
wonderful healing power. One day my
daughter when using the washing
machine, tore the top off her finger. As
we live eighteen miles from a doctor,
I lot out the Zam-Uuk (which we nJwnya
 ...._      „.. a liberal dressing, and
bound up the finrter carefully. The injury il.ivj.
beep handy) put
bound up the finder carefully. The tnjui	
no further trouble.    The uie of Zam-ituk
matte it unnecessary for ua to trouble the
doctor, for in wonderfully thort time, thc
wound healed completely'
Zam-Buk ii equally good for burns, scalds
•ciema, ulcers, cold sores, scalp disease,
abscesses, blood polannlnd and piles. All
dealer* 60c. boi. Name of' p,\per and Ic.
■tamp to Zam-Duh Co., Dupont Street
Toronto, brings Free Trial Boi.
. The New OVERLAND Light Four .
'H'^JH
lOOincfx    Wheelbaae
MILEAGE COUNTS IN THESE DAYS OF HIGH FUEL COSTS.
An interesting tost of tha mlleane efficiency per gallon ot gasoline hM turns
made In Cranbrook with one of the New Overland Fours, It being desired lo IM tlmt
what tho car would do per mile in the consumption of gasoline.
THE OVERLAND FOUR'S PERFORMANCE.
Draining tho tank dry of fuel, a gallon only ot gas wu placed ln the tank ul
off towards tho Mission went the little car. Over tha most difficult roads hereabouts
she kept up the pace and when tha engine refused to function longer lt was found] tiiat
exactly 31% miles was the distance covered.
A demonstration of the many good Qualities of this popular ear can ta lad
any time at—
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THI  CRAHBBOOI  HERALD
P1«I TRRIB
Misrule of the Oliver-Farris
 Go vernmen t	
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est)
Al.
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They hare not abolished patronage as .promised in tiio election ot Mi.
They did not proporly enforce tiio Prohibition Act.
Thay have not spent money on roods to keep theni ln prober repair.
They liavo only hihiiiIi during their torm $3,.',I6,000 on Public Works
while the Conservatives spent $II,,'iISO,oih> on Public Works during their tann.
Their first exiponditure on tutsuming olllce In mill was to refurnish- sJl
tha offioee occupied by tlie MiniKU-is ul u eost of ovor 111,000.
They havo expended In three years $150,000 ln automobiles for officiate.
They have borrowod In (our years $87,53(1,500 while the Conservative*
during their thirteen yearn of ofllce only borrowed #12,105,000.
The net debt of tho province when tho Conservatives left offlce waa
$19,000,000 while tlie net debt of lhe province today ls $34,000,000 or an addition to the net debt undor Liberal rulo ot (15,000,000.
They have Imposed ou Itihe people attending moving picture shows Use
sun of 9845,085, during tlieir lirst two years and not a cent was given back
to the Municipalities.
They have collected ln 'their tlrst threo years in offlce from motor licences 1678,754 and expect to collect ln this fiscal year (850,000, making a grand
total of $1,1118,754, and not a dollar have they paid hack td tbe Municipals
itles nor have they spent any portion of their money on tlie roads —- end aaa
the state of (he roads today.
In 1917 they took over tlie operation ot the Fronileg Farm at Gobble
Hill belonging to Griffith Hughes, the thon owner of ae Victoria Dally
Times and a strong supporter of the Government, and In Its operation they
lost 98,718, and then gave up the.lease before the time expired.
They built a private bridge for Charles Doering on Cache Creek connecting hia field with the Cariboo Road. It cost 93,450. They pat a gate
on the bridge preventing tlie public from using it. This bridge is locally
known as the "Hindenburg" bridge.
The firm of Gillespie' Halts- & Todd, of which firm tlie Minister of Finance Is yet a partner, have been doing business with the Government ln
connection with Insurance and the selling of Provincial Bonds.
The Pacific Great Eastern Railway, whose directors are the Premier,
Mr. Oliver, and the Minister of Finance, Mr. Hart, and the Attorney-General, Mr. Farris, placed Insurance on the railway in 1919 amounting to
99,949,170, with the firm ot Gillespie, Hart & Todd, although they wen not
the loweat tenderers and the Insurance was placed with an American firm.
BO ADS
In 1917-18 the Oliver Government spent 91,151,970 ln Public Works tut
the cost, of the supervision was $110,073, or 10.4%, while the Conservative
Government in 1912-13 spent $1,134,049, and the supervision cost $187,907, or
3.3%.
In 1916 under the Conservative Government the total salaries for the Deputy Minister ot Public Works and his assistants at Victoria was 9855-8! per
month, while ln 1920, under the Oliver-Farris Government this same offlce
la coating 99,954.99 per month, an increase in this office alone of 916,790.04
per annum, or 260% of an increase, and during that period the Oliver-
Farris Government has built no new roads. This same Increase has prevailed all over the province in connection with Public Works. You can now
see why the Oovernment "surtaxes" the farmer by increasing his taxes threefold and spends nothing on roads.
When the Conservatives left ofllce in 1916 they left over 15,000 miles ot
roads, 8,000 allies ot trails and 60 miles of bridges, while the OUrer-Itrrei
Oovernment have failed to keep up these works by way of repairs, as ail
their money voted for district votes is spent ln overhead salaries and travelling expenses of -high-visas officials.
In the first three years of offlce the Oliver-Farris Government collected
$914,189 for Game Licenses, and this year they expect to collect $130,000,
making a total of $884,000. And the game of tills country ls being slaufutr
ered because all old game officials were dismissed, and ttiore are no officials
to apeak of attempting to prosecute under the Game Act. Dr. Baker, a
practising dontlat in Vancouver, was placed in charge of tho Department and
is now receiving a salary ot $800.00 per mouth, and Attorney-General Farris
purchased for him on Overland fi-possenger car, costing $1,533, which is used
exclusively by Dr. Baker In Vancouvor and vicinity. The Department pays
for the storage and upkeep of tlie eald car.
The Agricultural Credits Commission, brought into existence by tlie old
Govt, for tho purpose of loaning cheap money to farmers cost f 13-M73 a year
to operate, while the Land Settlement Board which took Its placo under Uie
Oliver administration in 1918 cost $38,890 a year to operate, or more than
double the cost of the old Board, and have only loaned about 1110,000 since
they took office. This Board has spent $3,400,000 in connection with
ao-called Soldier Settlement areas and everyone knows tbe most unsatisfactory results received from this work. This Board bought the Christian
Ranch near Kelowna for a Soldier Land Settlement area tor the sum ot
$84,543,5$, and ln addition spent $55,171 in development work, ln all $89,714,
and in July lost tthe Government abandoned it because there was no water
available to irrigate tlie land and the soldiers had to give up their holdings.
Mr. Thos. Morrison, President of the Liberal Association at Rutland, obtained this property under option from the original owners and after having
It for thirty days turned it over to the Land Settlement Board making a clear
profit of $9,000.00
Tbe Board also bought a Soldier area at Ferule and spent $30,719 on it
and then abandoned it, and the soldiers from both this area and the Kelewna
area have now been scattered all over the province.
When tlie Conservative Government left offlce in 1916 tlie salaries paid
to officials ln tlie Province amounted to 91,6(4,333, wlilto today tnder tha
Oliver-Farris Government these salaries have readied the enormous hgure
of $8,903,489 — or an Increase in four years of $1,538,360, which Is a quarter
of the total revenue of the province.
The record of absconding officials undor the Oliver-Farris Administration hoe never been equalled ln the history of the Province. Their tlrst
Attorney-General, Mr. M. A. Macdonald, was forced to resign owing to hia
having received 115,000 campaign funds trom the Mackenzie-Mann internals.
He waa also Involved in hie first election In 1916 In the "plugging" scandal,
when Seattle toughs were brought over from Seattle under one John T-
Scott, to vote absentees and dead men ln the city of Vancouver. Scott waa
assisted In his work by a man named Cook, who was afterwards appointed
by Attorney-General Farris to the public service and placed ln charge of
automobile licensee. Later on he absconded and together with Scott m
now residing In the United Staes and has never been punished. Mr. Find-
lay, the Prohibition Commissioner, was also appointed hy Attorney-General
Fairis aad tried to escape, but was caught on the U. S. boundary and lias
since served a term in the penitentiary.
Although the Mothers' Pension Act passed the Legislature last April, tha
first payment under this Act was not mode until the month of October, Just
before tha election.
The Mkiimam Waga Beard haa proved a failure aa employers are allowed to evade Its provisions.
What the New Conservative Government
 Will Do If Elected to Office	
I. They will give you an efficient and economical Administration.
2- They will reduce tho great overhead salary list but not In such a way
aa to affect the Public Service and at the same time pay reasonable salaries,
considering the high cost of living, lo those In tho employ of the Government.
5. Thay will do everything possible to oncourage and assist in developing natural resources.
4. They wUl try to establish, as they did ln the past, more pulp mills
In thla province.
6. They wDl restoro our credit in the money markets where they Ittt
lt In 1916.
6. They will follow out their originnl policy ot 1914 In extending tha
Pacific Great Eastern Railway Into the Peace Hlver and touch the great grain
(rowing area of Western Alberta so as to divert that shipping Into our Ooaat
bertwurs.
7. Thay wfll encourage prospecting in both minerals and oil and will
cancel the reserves which the Oliver Govornment lias placed on coal, Iron
aad oU ln this province.
6.   They will go Into the money markets and borrow money at the low-
eel possible rats of interest and re-loan it to farmers ln loans from 10 to 49
lie utilities.
yean.
9. They will Institute a proper and practical ipollcy of encouraging
soldiers to go on the land.
10. They will give assistance to the Municipalities by paying them a per
capita grant from the consolidated revenue, which will hava the effect of ra*
doclac taxes.
II. Thay will encourage Irrigation In the portions ol the province re
quiring It by assuming Government ownership and control of the water for
irrigation purposes, construction of storage surveys and main canals as pubis.   They will also assist the distribution of irrigation water by guaranteeing of bonds of water municipalities.
13. They will also give consideration to further necessary irrigation facilities by maana of aaalatance to hydro-electric projects*
14. They will introduce legislation and carry Into effect the declared
wishes of the people aa expressed In the recent referendum on liquor; at ths
same time this Act must be a fair and reasonable one so that the Government
will have absolute control of the traffic and that there wll) be no abuse In the
usee of liquor, but same to be used only in moderation. Heavy penalties
will be Included in the Act for all Infractions, and the Act will be strictly
enforced. They will also use every effort with the Dominion Government,
under whose Jurisdiction tbe matter lias, to see that legislation is passed at
Ottawa which will atop tbe Importation of ltqoor Into this province by private
parties, ao that all liquor purchased and sold in British Columbia will be absolutely under Oovernment control.
15. The Conservative Oovernment will also hand over to the Municipalities a share of tha profits derived from the sale of liquor ln tbs Government stores ao that the burden of taxation In Municipalities may be reduced by this contribution from the government.
"""19. Ths above are only a few of the reforms which will be Instituted
by the Conservative Government should they be elected on the 1st December
as thay stand pledged to adopt a constructive business-like program which
will be administered by business men, looking forward to a more successful
period In ths next five years and wtth mora results than wa have aeen under tha Oliver Administration.
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THE      CRANHROOK     HERALD
Thursday, November 18, IMS
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MCDONALD'S
PRINCE of WALES
CHEWING
TOBACCO
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Canada's standard! since 1858
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Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada Limited
Offices, Smelting and Refining Department
TRAIL, BRITISH COLUMBIA
SHELTERS     AND     REFINERS
Purchasers of Gold- Silver, Copper and Lead Oreo
Producers of Oold, Silver, Copper, Milestone, Pig Lead and
Slut "TADANAC Brand.
A Pleasant Drink
FERNIE BEER Ib the best beverage made, for business
professional men, for weak persons, everybody,
everywhere, this beer is hale refreshment for wholesome thirst
THE ELITE IN BEER — 'MJFF SAID.
Fernie-Fort Steele Brewing  Co.
WALTER HARWOOD    -    Manager    -    FERNIH, B.C.
-fltertjotitgt CJjurcJ)
SUNDAY NEXT
11 a.m. — Divine Service.
12 noon. — School Session.
7.30 p.m. — Divine Service. —
— A hearty invitation to all —
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
DH.W.A.FERGIE
DENTIST
Campbell-Manning Block
Phone 97
Offlee Hoars, 9 te 19| I te i p.m.
Drs. Green A MacKinnon
Pkyslclais snd gorgeous
(Wee at residence, Armstrong
Avsnus
OFFICII HOURS
Forenoons   9.00 to 10.00
Afternoons  9.00 to   4.00
■venlngs T.90 to   9.10
Bandars   1.90 lo   4.10
ORANBROOK, B. C.
DR. F. B. MILES
Diiram
Offlce la Hanson Block
On-ICB HOURS
9 to 19. a.m.
1 lo   9 p.m.
CRANBROOK, B. e.
ROWLAND KING
HIRING KiraiRHB
Vice-President
The C. It Faasstt Co., Inc.
■nglnssrs, Metallurgists
Chemists, Asiayers
Laboratory Supplies
90T-909-911-919  Wall  Street
8POKANI, WASHWOWH
F. M. MACPHERSON
Undertaker
Fksae IN
Iferbsry Art, ant tt City Hsll
'taoiitlily
m«Hdtn* for nil P«mnl« Compfntnt.   JO n lio*.
or three fur flu, hi -li njt Mores.   M.iile*. to any
address, fi receipt of price, Tim scmikj... vhvo
Co., til. UiHiiiiiiHH, Onliiii.,.	
PH0SPH0N0L FOR MENS'^.T,1;7!
lor N-r*-e nml llrnltt; litmuses "nr.-y Slntter'i
a Tonic will liuikl >...»lip, f.ln l.i...iil.-i.|.i
IS, .1 ilniK llofts ur l>y mull 'in rwelnl ,if bsiei
THSHcnsMU. hni-ul-n   Ki .-.'h.-'.,-. <wl-
■aU by Craabnok Beak * Dn*- Oa.
LODGES AND SOCIETIES
CRANBROOK
FARMERS' INSTITUTE
Begnlar Meeting-
SECOND 8ATUBDAT el eaeh
montii st 9 p.m. In tke City Hall
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meets in ths
Parish Hall
first Tussday
afternoon ol
every month
at I p.m.
(U
Pres, Mrs. B.
H. Leaman
Seey, Mrs. J. W. Barton, P. O. Box 911.
All ladles cordially Invited.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Craaknek, R C.
Meets svsrr Tassdsy at 9 p.m. la
tba Fraternity Hall
C. O. Boristrom, C. C.
& tt Collins. K. B. ft 8.    '
Visiting brethren cordially Invited to attend.
I.O.O.F.
KEV CITY LODGE, No. 42
Meets   every
Monday night
      at Fraternity
Hall.     Sojourning   Oddfellows
cordially Invited.
Nobis Orand,        Rat, Bee.,
J. H. Cameron       W. M. Harris
OPERATIONS
UNNECESSARY
HBPATOIiA removes Oall Stones
corrects Appendicitis In 24 hours
without pain. Registered under
Para Food and Drug Aet. 99-00
Sole Manufacturer
MRS.   GEO.   S.   ALMAS
Bex 1079             990 4 th Ave. 8.
 Saaaatssa, Bait.	
When  In  Spokane Make J
It the
Hotel
Coeur
d'Alene!
The Hotel With a Person-1
ality.
Convenient to Everything
Very Moderate Ratea
CHAS. S. PARKER
Forwarding and Distributing
Agent (or
U-Uibrldge and GreeaklU Coal
Imperial OH Co.
Distribution  Cars a Specialty.
Draying and Transferring
Given Prompt Attention,
::   Phone 99   ::
MONUMENTS
Kootenay Granite A Monumental Co, Ltd.
General Stone Contractors and
Hooiuaeotal Works
Freat St, Neltsa   F.O.ksx99e
CBAHBBOOK   CORA01
HOSPITAL
Private If aralag Hens
Licensed by Provincial  Govt.
Maternity aad General Ifurilnf
Massage and Rest Cure, Highest
References, terms moderate.
Apply Mrs. A. Crawford, Matron
Phons I6» P. O, Box 949
Address, Garden Ave, Cranbrook
NELSON BUSINESS COLLEGE
DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES
A complete course In Shorthand, Typewriting. Bookkeeping and Penmanship, under the
tuition of a practical teaching
stalT.
For particulars, apply
C. W. TYLER, Principal,
Box 14, Nelson, B.C.
Frame's Bread Is GOOD
His Pies, Cakes and Pastry are
made In a tasty manner which
Invites the most exacting person to call again, at
THE HOME BAKERY
Phone 87      •      Norbnry Ave.
BIG FELLOWS
(Continued from Page One)
i-cvts have appeared in the pr-ws to
tlit* effect that no one will be appointed, others that It will be delayed, tbe
atest being that the Cabinet Is divid-
ed on the subject. The beet inforaa-
U'jn obainable is that the appointment has been merely delayed, there
heing no intention tu throw over the
proposal. Still, it Is no doubt true
that since Sir Robert and Howell retired from the government the latter
lias not been as ardent over tlie proposal,
lt is Uiflicult lo seo how the goven-
iiu-iit* after having taken so pronounced a stand on tlie question of national status, and after having gone so far
on Mi*, ambassadorship, could very
well withdraw, oven if it wero disposed to do so. sir Hubert well know
What lie was talking about when he
said in Uio Commons last summer that
tliu appointment of a Canadian umbos-
Hiulor wae desirable, for some of tlie
British oinciala had not the slightest qualillcution for the representing
of Canada's interests. It ls all right
to say that Sir Auckland Geddas
knows Canada, but he lias a hundred
other things to do.
Those closely in touch with the situation and whose opinion is for that
reason of importance, agree that Canada reulresq better representation of
some kind or other In tbe United
States, If for no other reason than
that tha American market is of so
much importance. The trade betweon
the two countries is now nearly fiTe
tunes tho value it was in 1911. Imports from th© United States have increased more rapidly than exports
thereto; but ot tlie same time while
the United States has increased tlie
value of her sales to this country by
three-and-a-half times, the value of
Canada's sales to the republic has
beon increased four times since 1911.
It would seem desirable thot
strong effort should be made to la-
crease exports to the United States.
This* is desirable because Canada'B
imports therefrom largely exceed exports thereto. It is also desirable that
the serious loss of trade with Europe
and Great Britain should be made up
for by increased sales to the United
States. Certain it is that Canada
cannot afford to allow her export
trade to fall away, so there is no
alternative but to stimulate it, if possible, with the, United States, which
has the money wherewith to buy.
Aside from this, it is good business,
because of the premium on American
funds, Besides, Europe, outside of
Great Britain, can only afford to buy
that which, is absolutely necessary.
The bankers realize tliis, and they
feel much relieved that an outlet for
OTHER TABLETS NOT
ASPIRIN AT ALL
The
ORIGINAL
and
only
GEN DINE
Only Tablets with "Bayer Cross"
are Genuine Aspirin
If vou Boat tee the "Bayer Cross'
on the tablets, you are not gsttinf
Aspirin—only an acid imitation.
The "Bayer Cross" is your only way
of know-in-- that you are getting genuine
Aspirin, prescribed by physicians /or
over nineteen years and proved safe by
Billions for Headache, Neuralgia, Colds,
Rheumatism, Lumbago, Neuritis, and for
Fain generally.   Made In Canada.
Bandy tin boxes of 12 tablets—also
Isrger sized "Bayer" pocksges can be
had at drug stores.
Aspirin is the trads mark (registered
in Canada), of Bayer Manufacture of
Monoaccticacidester of 8alicylicacid.
While it is well known that Aspirin
means Bayer manufacture, to assist the
public against imitations, tbe Tablets of
Bayer Company, Ltd., will be stamped
with their general trade mark, ths
"Bayer Cross?
MINERAL ACT
(Form F.)
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVBMBNTS
NOTICE.
"Betty Fr.", "Seaton Fr.", "Robert
C. Fr.", "Ltllle", "Ynres", "Oram",
"Vlmy", "Hooge", "Locra", "Menlil
Fr.", "Roulers Fr.", "Amu IVr.",
"Watau Fr.", "Plummer Fr.", "Pershing Fr.", "Foch", "Rail", "Pataln",
"Byng", "Jessie Fr." "Irene Fr.",
"Eileen Fr.", "Red Devil", "Rearin*
Bill", "Norman", "Douglas", "Mildred", "Lake Fi", "Miller", "Roe*
land", "Summit", "Mosquito", "J.
V. A.", "Enough".
Mineral Claims situate Id the Fort
Steele Mining Division of Kootenay
District.
Wliere located:—
On Sullivan Hill, at Klmberley, B.C.
TAKE NOTICE that B. O. Montgomery, F.M.C. 85009-c, acting aa
Agent for the Consolidated Mining
and Smelting Company of Canada,
Limited, Free Miner's Owtldoate No.
27600-c, Intends eftiy daya (ram the
date hereof to apply to the Mining
Recorder for a Oartlficate of Improvements, for the purpose tt obtaining
a Crown Grant of the abet* claims.
And further take notice that action,
under section 87, must be commenced
before the Issuance ot snob Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this fourth day of October, A.
D„ MM.
t-M<|
wheat Is now being found Jn the
United States.
Canadians residing in tho United
States, whose attitude is worthy of
very great consideration, are eager to
have Canada better represented over
there. It ls not generally known
that some time ago the Canadian Society of Philadelphia nnd the Canadian Club of Boston memorialized the
Dominion government in favor of having a Canadian consul attached to each
of the six British consuls in Now
Tork, Boston, Pliilaiieliihia, San
Francisco, Chicago nnd New Orleans.
That this would do much to stimulate
oxports to tho United stuns Is un-
doubod.
Apart from other considerations it
is is improbable that tiio government
will back-iLp on tlie proposal, for to do
ko might bring about a break wltll Mr.
Howoll, who with Sir Robort, was tiio
ohlef supporter ot trio proposal. That
ilio Ox-president ot tliu Privy Couuoll
1» still high In the favor ot Ihn govornment Ib evident from tho fact that
lio has been appointed ns ouo of Canada's roproscntntlvos at tho approaching meeting of the League of Nations.
It may bo considered as certain that
tho Covernment will do its utmost
to retadn as many as possiblo of tho
Liberals who lined up bohlnd tho
Government, and possiblo illirercncos
on the question of the ambassadorship
will not bo allowed to stand In tho
way.
The country owes a great deal to
Sir Robert Borden and to Mr. Howell
for the attitude they took on tho subject of tho national status. Among the
old time Consorvatlvo there is nn element that has looked with suspicion
on the Borden-Iiowell policy, especially with respect to tile ambassadorship to tho United States. Mr. Cock-
shntt's views expressed at Calgury are
evidence of that. The younger Conservatives take- a different view of the
matter, and generally support tlie attitude of Sir Robert and the ex-presl-
dont of the Privy Council. As tlieir
position seem to be that of the younger generation of Canadians generally,
there seems to bo little doubt but that
they will win out. Having shouldered
a nation's burden in more ways than
one, Canada must insist on tho recognition that ls usually accorded a nat-
lon.   As Canada puts up the money
MAN GIVES WIFE
GLYCERINE MIXTURE
She had stomach trouble for years.
After giving her simple buckthorn
hark, glycerine, etc.. as mixed ln Adler-i-ka, her husband says: "My wife
feels line now and has gained weight
It ls wonderful stomach medclne.'
Adler-i-ka acts on BOTH upper and
lower bowel, removing foul matter
which poisoned stomach and which
you never thought wus In your system. EXCELLENT for gas oil stomach or chronic constipation. Guards
against appendicitis. The Imparities
it brings out will surprise you
Beattle-Noble, Limited.
aids to
good looks* sound teeth,
eager appetite and
digestion
SEALED
TIGHT-
KEPT
RICHT
sho should have duo representation
In matters of external policy; for it Is
the way of the world that those who
can afford to pay are accorded a say.
Indeed, raying ability is tlie chief
ground of recognition.
In the meantime Australia is going
ahead with tlie matter of securing
more adequate representation in the
United States. Recently Premier
Hughes announced that to further the
Interests between the two countries,
"we are sending a dtplomalc representative to Washington and trobling our
trado  representation."   As  a matter
of fact Australia had a trade representative in Xew York before Canada
bad an office there. It is now reported that other trade offices will be
opened presumably at least ln Chicago
and San Francisco, only a short time
ago Sir osepli Cook, minister of the
treasury in Hie Australian government, declared in the Commonwealth
House of Representatives that It was
imperative that a representative at
Wash in son should be appointed to develop trade relations and to place
tiiat country's point of view before
tlie Republic.
ZT
Business Government
Proved and Approved
When the Oliver Government assumed office fonr years ago the credit of British
Colombia was so Ion that lt was impossible to sell British Columbia bonds except at a
sacrifice- which no business administration would possibly consider.
The Last Million Dollar Bond Issue
of the Oliver Government
which was put on the market In October, 1920, brought a premium of over 933,000, making the low net rate If interest 4 3-4
per cent, per annum, a better price than that received by other*;
provinces for a similar loan.
Air. A. Q. HASKETH, a banker from Seattle, Wash., said
in an interview with "The Times/' October 16,1920:
"Wc sold the whole #1,000,0110 worth of the lusl lot lu nil'
hour. Ilritlsli Columbia securities are now regarded favorably
by Investors from Seattle to San Francisco. They realize Mini'
tho Hon. .lohn Hart, your Minister of Finance, has put thn
Province lm*'k Into a sound financial position. This Province,
us far as outsiders who have money to Invest cun see It, is now
in quite a different flnnnclnl position from what It was In thc
past.   Careful management bas brought back its credit."
The LibereJ Administration
Has Proved Itself To Be
A BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
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j Victoria for the next five years by voting
( for Liberal Candidates, December 1st.
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OF THE
OPPORTUNITY SALE
al opportunity to buy Good Merchandise at a Big Saving just when it is most needed.
sually our big sale is held in January, but wishing to reduce our big stock, we decided to hold the Sale this
month.   Look carefully over the .list below and see what Great Reductions we are making.
IT WILL PAY YOU to fully anticipate your wants AND BUY NOW.
:w&'
Women's Dept.
FLANELLETTE, regular 55c, now  i.. .80c
CREPE DE CHENE, regular $2.65, now »2.00
GINGHAMS    SOc
CORD VELVET, regular $1.25 60c
LARGE ASSORTMENT OP VOILE, GEORGETTE and CREPE
DE CHENE BLOUSES  AT COST
An assortment of CORSETS... .at LESS THAN COST to Clear
ONE-QUARTER OFP    WOMEN'S    SUITS,    COATS,    SERGE
DRESSES, DRESS SKIRTS AND UNDERSKIRTS.
Men's Department
BIG REDUCTION IN PRICES OF BROKEN LINES OF MEN'S
SHIRTS.
MEN'S HEAVY COMBINATION UNDERWEAR
Regular $4.00, for  :   $2.50
Regular $5.00, for   4.25
HEAVY TWO-PIECE^ per suit $5.00, for   S.50
ONE-FOURTH OFF ALL LINED WORK GLOVES, MITTS and
PULL OVERS.
' ONE-FOURTH OFF ALL WINTER CAPS.
ONE-FIFTH OFF MENS MACKINAW COATS.
15 Per Cent. REDUCTION ON ALL OVERCOATS.
5H0ES
WOMEN'S SATIN SHOES, reg. $2.75. for 11.50
WOMEN'S SHOES, odd Hues   i.50
CHILDREN'S BROWN OXFORD^. 12 lo 1. regular $4.25..  3.25
CHILDREN'S WHITE OXORDS, I to 10%, regular $3.25.. 2.35
BOY'S BROWN LACE, 8 to 10'-.., regular $4.75  3.30
BOY'S BROWN LACE, 11 to 2. regular $5.25  4.00
BOY'S BLACK LACE, 8 to 10%, regular $4.5"  3.50
BOY'S BLACK LACE, 11% to 2, regular $5.25  4.00
GIRLS' BROWN LACE, 8 to 10%, regular $5.00  8.75
GIRLS' BROWN LACE, 11 to 2, : regular $'i.50  5.00
MEN!
One-Fourth Off Shoe Packs
ancj Heavy Rubbers
Big Table of HEN'S SHOES
at NO PROFIT PRICES
HERE IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO GET
A SUIT
•     AT A BIG SAVING
ANY SUIT UP TO $40.00, for J2S.30
ANY SUIT $42.50 to $55.00, for      *40.00
ANY SUIT, $60.00 to $75.00, for  55.00
NO FREE ALTERATIONS EXCEPT LENGTH OF TROUSERS
CHILDREN'S PULL OVER SUITS AT COST
BOY'S SWEATER COATS, regular $5.00, at  $3.50
io p.c. Discount
on all
Wool Rugs, Beds,
Furniture, Etc.
,E ENDS SATURDAY NIGHT NEXT, NOVEMBER 20th
JITIVELY NO EXCHANGES OR REFUNDS allowed on Sale Goods.   Be sure of sizes before Goods leave Store
PLENTY OF B/G BARGAINS LEFT TO SELECT "Sat
15 p.c. Off
en's DRESS PANTS-
f large assortment to
choose from
Don't Fail
to visit this store during
these next two days-it will
pay you a good profit
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THK     CBANBBOOK     HBBALD
Thursday, November 18, 1120
Rheumatism
Neurit!*, Sciatica, Neuralgia.
Templeton's
Rheumatic
Capsules
Bave brought good
health to haU-a-mlUloa
■uiferera.
A healthful, money-saving remedy,
well known fo.' fifteen years, pre-
scribed by doctora, sold by druggists, Jl.OOaboi. Atk our agent!
or write for a free trial package.
Templetone, 142 King W, Toronto
Loca' agent. Reattle-Noble.L.d
Over tbe Cea Cups
M-ws for Well Dressed Men
Buy Clothes That
Are Guaranteed
It costs do more to buy cloth-
oa that are GUARANTEED Uian
any other kind.
The name DresSwoll on the
Inside of our coats is a DOUBLE Guarantee — they are guaranteed by the makers and guaranteed by me to be absolutely
right ln every parrticular, or we
wouldn't Bell them.
P. W, Willis,
Ladies' and Gentlemen's
Tailor
New Store ■ Norbnrjr Are.
Customers' Own Material Had*
Up.
Clothes are Hand-Tailored
to Your Measure at
$30.oo to $85.oo
Suit or Overcoat
Wo Make and Trim Ladles'
Suits, any style, from
$35.00
Ituure with Beale & Elweli.
+   +   +
The weather moderated to a point
ln Cranbrook the first o£ the week
so marked that rain fell on Tuesday.
+   +   +
Boys' and Men's Hockey Boots.
Cranbrook Exchange,
Our low prices win every time.
+   +   +
Cranbrook's young people, and not
a few of the older ones,  who enjoy
skating, liavo been seen in large numbers of late on tho ice ut the marshea
west of the city a short distance.
+    +     ,
Butter, Creamery,    3 lbs. $2.00, or
14 lb. boxes UOc lb.      Oleomargerine
5l)c lb., Crlsi/D 45c lb.    Cream fresh
tri-weekly.
Cranbrook Trading Co.
+ + +
Got Asthma? Then you vo never
tried RAZ-MAH that Beattie Noblo
Limited curries. it's just as effectual as Temple. ..'s famous Rheumat-
;■; Capsules Is tor Rheumatism. Ask
fjr free sainp.e.
+   +   +
Marathon Oak Heaters
No. 17   $23.00
No. 16    $20.00
While they last, as we are clearing
out this stock.
Cranbrook Exchange
Our low prices win every time.
+   +   +
Mason & Rlsch .pianoforte ln splendid condition, for sale cheap.    Star
Second Hand Store.
+   +   +
Tho Christ church Guild will hold
its   annual   bazaar   on   Wednesday,
November 24th In the Parish hall.
10-4-3t
+   +   +
Asido from tho arrests made by the
police of late in connection with tlie
attempt mado at whiskey stealing in
Slatorwille, only a few ordinary drunks
wero before Magistrate Loask, getting
the usual fines for sucli behavior.
+   +   +
Beale &. Elweli, steamship booking
agents to all European points.
+   +   +
Celery,  Pears,  Cranberries,  Chestnuts, Sweet Potatoes, grapes and all
kinds of vegetables.
Cranbrook Trading Co.
■ ■
MAGIC
BAKING
POWDER
Contains no alum
We unhesitatingly recommend Magic Baking
Powder as being the
best and purest baking
powder possible to
produce. It possesses
elements of food that
have to do the building
up cf brain and nerve
matter and is absolutely
free from alum or
other injurious
substitutes.
■a
MY PLATFORM
A League of Nations using MeCLABY'S FAMOUS
STOVES.
Government Ownership of "CALOBIC" PIl'l-LESS
HEATIKti SYSTEMS (in government shops.)
The right of laboring men to demand KOOTENAY BAN-
GES with Nickel Steel Ovens.
Help for all disabled soldiers and BOUND OAK CHIEF
positions for returned men.
Freedom for Ireland to use MeCLABY'S HOT BLAST
HEATEB8.
Encouragement of the merchant marine and of the use of
"VIKO** ALUMINUM WABE.
Decrease of taxes and an increase of "EUBEKA** VACUUM
CLEANEBS.
Better postal facilities — to speed up orders for "CBYS-
TAL" ELECTBIC WASHERS.
PATMORE BROS.
r
j-m
MEETING
OF THE
Ladies' Consrvative
Association
WILL BE HELD ON
Monday Evening, Nov. 22
AT S O'CLOCK, IN THE
Edison Theatre
C   ALL LADIES INTEBESTED IN THE ASSOCIATION
■ ABE COBDIALLY INVITED
|        GENTLEMEN    WELCOME  	
m*J
Don't fall to see Fink's Saturday
Specials.
+   +   +
E Grade Linoleum, $1.50 per square
yard.     Cranbrook Exchange.
Our low prices win every time.
+ + +
Tho Christmas Entertainniont of the
Baptist Sunday School will take place
on Wednesday evening, December 22,
commencinigi at 7.30. Each class ls
to be responsible for some contribution to the program.
+   +   +
Bargains in Aluminum ware
Watch our window for Saturday on
ly   10% off all   Aluminum   Kitchen
Ware.        Moffatt's Variety Store.
+   +   +
Readers of the Herald should re-
member that only two days remain—
tomorrow and  Saturday—of the  big
salo now under way at the Pink Mer-
canLile Company, where bargains too
numerous to mention aro available for
shrewd buyers.
+ + +        t
Corn — car has arrived, excellent
quality. $4.00 cwt. Oats $55.00 ton
Barley Chop $67.00 ton. Prairie Hay
$39.00, Alfalfa $41.00, Timothy $46.00
ton. Bran $51.00 ton. Shorts $56.00
ton. Cranbrook Trading Co.
+   +   +
Christmas Greeting Cards at tli*
Herald. Remember all your friends
with a Christmas message this year.
+   +   +
A meeting of the W. C. T. U. will
be held at the home of Mrs. Beaton,
on Thursday next, November 25th, at
3.30 p.m.
+   +   +
Tungsten Lamps, Mw. ite
Tungcten lamps. 60w. (Or
Cranbrook Exchange
Oar low prion via every Urns.
+   +   +
Flour $7.25 cwt., Five Roses, Royal  Household,  Quaker,   etc,    Rolled
Oats, 8 lb. Sack, 70c.    Quaker Oats,
per package 35c.
Cranbrook Trading Co.
+   +   +
A reception for Mrs. J. H. King
will be held by the Woman's Liberal
Association at the Liberal Committee
Rooms on Priday, November 19th, be
tween 4 and 6 p.m.
+   +   +
Property values have Increased. Are
you fully protected against fire In
crease your Insurance through Beale
& Elweli.
+   +   f
Don't fail to see Fink's Saturday
Specials.
+   +   +
llurailiis In Boys' Wear
Phllover Sweaters, site 32, $3.75; size
30, $3.50, Corduroy Pants, all sizes,
regular $4.75,   reduced   to $4.00 per
ist Church - Sunday Next
Services Will lie Conducted Hy
Mrs. Louise McKinney, M.LA,
of ClareNhoIm, a member of the Alberta Legislature.
Ser vires 11 a.m., and 7.80 p.m.
Mm. MrKlnney In a Npraknr of Merit. A etterty Invitation To All.
imir.
Moffatt's Variety Store.
Ynufcnowltt Itbeglm with
:\ tickling* Irritating seniatlon
in your throat. You cough to
efcnr the throat. Iv a moment
—there it Is again t
A minute's peace, then again
. you cou^h, and so on until you
[' Loiiffh your throat sore, anu by
the time the cough la aufflcl-
cntly ullayed to permit you to
sleep, you are thoroughly worn
•ut. 'Mils kind of experience
is particularly trying to old
people.
Peps make thla sort of thing
quite unnecessary*
Put a Peps pastille on your
tonguo and allow lt to slowly
dissolve. Healing fumes are
thon liberated, which mingle
with the breath and are carried
io tiio remotest parts of the air
passages and lungs, allaying
tho Irritation and soothing the
inflamed memferanes, thua end*
ing iho cough and making Bleep
possible.
Pops are also Mat for bronchitis,
liiryiitcltl;*, asthma, sore throat and
< ni.JH. Try Peps at our expense.
Bond thin advertisement and le.
Stamp (for return postage), to
I'cps Co., Toronto, anil receive
D-RBin TRIAL PACKAGE. All
■...viler*, 60c. box.
,   H>  _
PEPs
Social-Personal
Don't tall to see Fink's Saturday
Specials.
J. H. Caldwell of Klngsgate, waa a
guest in tho city Friday.
Capt. E. Foder, Wilmer, waa here
on business last Thursday.
James Roberts, Moyie, was In thc
city on business last week-end.
See Fink's list of Saturday Specials
In Uio Courier.
D. lt. Stewart, Fernle, was a visitor to Cranbrook last week-end.
H. J. McCIoy of Bonner» Forry, was
a guest lu tliu city last Thursday.
ladles* All Wool Sweaters
Regulur price $lO.L'ii, reduced to $8,00
Brushed Wool Pullovers, rogular price
$11.25, reduced to   $9.0t)
These prices ure 10% above cost.
Moffatt's Variety Store.
F. S. Taylor of Bull River, was n
guest iu the city last week-end on business .
Miss M. Bates of Klngsgate arrived
In the city yesterday and will visit
with friends for several days.
Mr. and Mrs. Wllber Hdll have removed to Bull River, where they will
rsido in future.
John Talt, inspector of C.P.R. Telegraph offices, was a business visitor
In the oit ylast Thursday.
E. O. Daniels, Inspector of public
schools for this section, was hero
last week from Fernie. Mr. Daniels
has just returned from a trip to the
coast.
See Fink's list of Saturday Specials
In the Courier.
Stanley Hill, who was quite ill for
several days suffering from a severe
attack of neuralgia, is hack at his
placo in E. A, Hill's store.
Messrs, Barter and Chester Staples, of the Otis Staples Lumber Co.,
at Wycllffe, were guests in the city
on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Mrs. J. H. King returned on Wednesday from a visit with relatives in
the East, extending over a month or
six weeks.
See Fink's list of Saturday Specials
in the Courier.
Lt.-Col. Pollem ls leaving for Nelson
shoitly where he goes to attend the
meetiug of the 54th Battalion of the
new Dominion Militia being formed.
Lt.-Col. Pollem is ln charge of the
reorganization of the battalllon In the
Kootenays.
High School Inspector J. B. DeLong
was In the city Tuesday and Wednesday of this week, on his first visit to
the high school this term. He ex-
pressed complete satisfaction with tht
handling of the work under the new
staff.
A meeting of the congregation of
Knox Church is to be held next Tuesday evening to consider the matter of
filling the vacant pastorate. Rev.
Mr. Campbell, of Kaslo, as Interim
moderator, will preside.
•HOOP-BYE BOYS!  YOUR'E
THROUGH!
Contributed   by   a   Member   of  the
Cranbrook   Woman's   Conservative
Association.)
Election day the wind blows strong,
Election day Is frosty,
Election day I'll sine a song,
Just llhe the ono by Tostl;
"Good-bye," I sing,
"Farewell to you,"—
My voice shall shout anon,
'Good-bye to King and Farris, too,
To Hart and Honeat John.
"Good-bye Patullo and MncLean,
This Is no false-nlnrmer,
Today you gi-uts must start to look
For some refined embalmcr;
Good-byo to all the Llberral gong
I dont care where you Bend 'em."
(Tie thus In solemn tones I'll sing
Tiio glioma referendum.)"
'Good-byo, ft Isn't au revolr,
Nor yet auf woldersohn;
Tliero'll liavo to be another war
To bring you beck again;
No Highs I lieave In leaving you,
No tears bedow my eye,
Ta-tu. so long, farewell, adieu,
Na-pu. teedte-dee-do, goodbye!"
See Fink's list of Saturday Specials
ln the Courier.
See the Christmas Greeting Card
samples at the Herald Offlce. Plain
and fancy styles, all at moderate prt-
* Whether iu sterling
or plated silver wares,
we have practically
everything ono could
wish for ln these ul-
wafs popular goods.
To view our display
Is to enjoy lt — to buy
ls an added ploaBUfe
further enhanced by
very reasonable prices.
You can uialto a selection  now,  pay a deposit and havo Ilie iirll-
put away till Xnuis.
W.  H.   WILSON,
Jeweler
■"ffflC
I
Men*s Pure Wool Sweaters
Regular .price $13.75 reduced to $11.00
Theso aro simps nt this prico.
Moffatt's Variety Storo,
Fire on Saturday night last did damage to the extent of about $200 to a
shed at tho rear of 137 Durlck Avenue.
The property is owned by Geo. F.
Dickinson, and was not known to have
been lu use for some time. Chief
Reece and his men were called to the
scene at about 1 a.m., aud found the
building, which measures about HO
feeL by 12 feet, well alight. They
strung out eleven lengths of hose to
fight the blaze, and the flames were
soon subdued. It is thought that
somo one must have made an entrance
into tlie* placo and possibly beeu sleeping there. Thero was no insurance
on the building.
Don't  fail  to see  Fink's
Specials.
Saturday
Messrs. W. D. Gilroy and J. L. Palmer havo been out since the first of
the week on a hunting trip.
A. C. Lawrence of tho North American Life Assurance Company, with
headquarters in Nelson, was a business visitor hero this week.
Shop Enrly Tills Yenr
We have the most complete stock
ever shown In Cranbrook of Xmas
Fancy Goods, Toys, Games, Books nnd
Fancy China. Como in and look over our lines today.
Moffatt's Variety Store.
Personal Greeting Cards for Christmas at the Herald Olllce. Artistic
exclusive and inexpensive. See samples and order early.
LOH
3088FSCOUGKS
BAPTIST CHURCH
Preaching Service on Sunday
morning at 11 a.m.     Mr,
W. O. Asher will preach.
Subject:     "Salvation   hy
Works."
Sunday School at 12 noon.
Evening Scrvlco at 7.30, subject "Life Deat., Eternity"
NO COLLECTIONS
Young People's Moellng on
Tuesday Nights at 8 p.m.
Prayer Meeting Thursday at
8 o'clock.
A Tonic Worth While
Do you need a Tonic? Are^ou out
of sorts? Have you Indication, liver
troubles, or are your nerve, out of
tuno? If go, Just try Vital Tablet!.
Tliey aro a wonderful Tonic. They
clear the complexion, purity tlie Mood
and tune up the whole system. Get
a box from your druggist, or by mall
from Tho Scobell Drug Oo., Montreal.
Price 00c a box or t for 12.60.
Cranbrook Drug A Book Co., Ltd.,
Omnlreok, B.O.
NOTICE
WANTED BY THE NOBLE FIVE
MINE, SANDON, B.C.
Tlmbermon, $0.26; Miners, |6.76;
Muckers, $6.26, and four horse Teamster, $6.26 per day. Board $1 60 per
day, good cook, modorn hotel bunk
house, steam heat, electric light,
bath, hot and cold wator. Bring
your blankets. No. O. B. U. neod
apply. 10-4-3t
WANT ADS.
Our Big . .
Opportunity
Sale
closes on
Saturday, Nov. 20,
Note the typical bargains enumerated on
Page Five and don't
fail to take advantage
of them.
AGENTS FOB WILLI* PLUTO*
SEE THE WILLIS PIAMOS HOW HIM
THE
Oddfellows and Rebekahs
will hold a
Whist Drive ai\d Dance
in the
PARISH HALL
Thursday Evening, November 25th
WHIST DRIVE 8 to 10     -     DANCING FROM 10 to 2
 Refreshments will be served.	
Edmonson's Four Piece Orchestra In Attendance.
ADMISSION:
]fiies   50 cents
Gentlemen 	
$1.00
Drop', Prices
Timothy and
Alfalfa Hay .. $25 down
Oata $25 down
Wheat, 2 weeks. .$40 down
Flour $26 down
Only by Quantity Baying
and   Seasonable Beqnlre-
ments ean Low Prices
be obtained.
JAMES~KERRIGAN
DISTRIBUTOR
STAR SECOND HAND 8TOUE
Phone*
Wo pay Um beet prices going tor all
klndi ot furniture. We buy any'
thing from a mouse trap to an auto'
mobile.
WANTED—Board und lodging by
young mnn.     Apply ut the Hornld
offlce. 11-18-31
TIMOTHY, ALFALFA, and MIXED
TIMOTHY nnd ALFALFA HAY, car
lota, well cured, and first class
quality. Apply Keith Bell Hay &
Grain Co., Klrkham Block, Lett.,
bridge. Reference, Union Bank
tf
UGI8TEBKD HOLSTEIN STOCK
FOB SALE.
Choice of cowe, hollers and young
bulla. One a magnificent bull oalf,
will make a show animal. Extended
pedigrees on application. AU from
•pleodld milking strain. Prlcee from
180.00 to 1600.00. Also some grade
stock.
■. OATBCAW scon,
«M-H Newgate, B.C*
Montana Restaurant
Heals at AU Boars
Clfin, Cigarettes aid Candy
CRANBROOK STREET.
Opposite .Is, Bank of Commerce
Pacific Milk
Is Western
It comes from the two richest
dairying districts ln tlie Frasor
IMver Valley, where the grass ls
always green.
Pacific Milk has the natural
flavor and never tastes ot the tin.
PACIFIC MILK CO-
Factories at
LADNIB Ml AUMMOn, 1
FOR PAINTING
-AND-
PAPER HANGING
Ite.
Telephone
JOHN GARD
Phone No. 401
Cranbrook,   .    .    . B. C
Storm Sash
StormDoors
Order your Storm
Sash and Doors
NOW
CRANBROOK
SASH & DOOR CO.,
Telephone tl UA
Limber * Building Katerlal

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