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Array THK NATIONAL ADVEKTISEH
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VOLUME 2S
CRANBROOK, B.C, THURSDAY, DEC. Sth, 1921
NUMBER 41
East Kootenay
Returns beattie
Election Proves Matter ot Personal Strength oi' Three
4'nndldates in Hiding
Kr, it. 12. Ueattlo, woll known Cranbrook bualueaa man. wifs on Tuesday
last oloctod member ot the federal
parliament, as a supporter ot tho Lib-
oral party. Final figures will probably place lila majority in the neighborhood ot about 160 or 300 volet)
over Dr. S. Bonnoll, o[ Forulo, tho
former iii on i bur. An uuulyala ot tho
Macs Bhowfl ihal Mr. Boaltle uuquoB-
llounbly   owes   his   election      LO     Ho;
ililtl in tho Comorvative yoto ut this
oud <'i' Die riding caused by the la-
trod action ot a third candidate, under
Mm Fni'niiT-i.iiboi' bannor. Comparison witii tiio tl-guros at Uio last provincial oloction win Bhow tiiut Mr.
MacDonnld'B majority In the city ot
Cranbroolt is made up of about two-
thirds former Conservative votes and
one-third Liberal. However, bo that
as u muy, Mr. Mapdonald is well entitled lo feel justifiable pride at the
fact that iiis home city gave him tlie
vote ii did, putting liim at the head
of the poll in this city. Dr. Bonnell
failed to get the anticipated support
in Cranbrook, and despite the fact that
in tlie Fernie riding he polled almost
us many votes as tho otlier two candidates together, he coiiid not get sufficient votes from this end to hold his
seat. The fgureS in the Kast Kootenay riding are us follows:
Cranbrook
Hon.   Be.    McD. spl.
No. 1   09       Sll       9S       —
NO. 2       27       S7       52       2
Xo. 3   49       91       98       —
No. 4    53        97        S2 2
No. 5   32        07        59        —
No. <>    02        S4        84 3
Adv.   Poll       2 5        72        —
Totals 294      514      545 7
Cranbrook  Riding
Klngsgate       19 ll 5
Yahk 2G 49 21
Meadow Lnke ...  Iti 31 38
Moyie       5 41 4
Wattsburg   .....   14 39 9
Sullivan Mlno 23 35 9
Kimberley    75 130 9
Marysvillo       2 32 4
Wycllffe     51 48 ti
Skookumchuck '
Tuta Creek    1 13 3
WurcjTiei*       11 47 13
Mayook      i* 12 —
Totals   ....   247 4SS 121
Fernie Biding
Wasa       14 22 4
Ft. Steele  4.S ti? 2
Waldo   ;;:.       iiit        20
Newgale   10 7 2
Flagstone       4 a 7
Crows Nest       5 3 23
Corbin     ,     24 50 20
Michel       154 51 102
New Michel   07 42 41
Hosmer       (1 4 T
Caithness       16 4 6
Klko   83 38 11
Moirisey   2 3 2
McQulro
Baynes Lake   49 0 1
JafHfray   80 S 1
Calloway   4 S 3
Bull River    49 10  12
Coal Creek    ...  . 4S 88 59
Wesl !■'■ rnie     ... ss 41 01
Pernie     593        324 is::
Totals   1308        ss*j        009
Columbia Riding
Field       35 35 (ifi
Golden        01        nt 00
Part-tons      ~ 18 ■*
MoMHoj         0
lteiivenn.Milb       3 2 9
SIX Mile Cl k  ....  7 10 4
Bdgownter     0 2
Athalmer   10 20 20
Wilmer      88 58 fi
Invormero   38 r.i 12
Fairmont   4 1
Canal Flut   8 6 1
Qntonn   8 13 22
Brisco   11 5 16
Radium    13 20 ,s
Windermere ....   86 11
Totalfl   32i IB? < 1
cianhiook Hiding ,, 5-11 1008
Fernie   Killing   .   .   1303 888 009
Columbia   ftldlllfl   . .   321 457 204
Incomplete
Totals     2108    2341       1539
Mr. it ii Hamilton, returning or
fleer,   end   Mr.   Richardson,   deputy
huve l u busy since Thursday in the
oiilrlul recount, whicli win be completed mi Saturday.
POLICE COURT RECORD
t>. W. V. A.   WRS
Tbe big turkey shoot to bt held at
the Gallery ranges in the O.W.V.A.
on Wednesday, the 14th, will present
un unusual opportunity to knock a
mighty load oft your Christinas dinner expenses. Better join the throng
and sen If you can get a bird for your
tublo. Tho competition 1b open to all
and will be ou ull day. Firing guaranteed uot to produce Bbellsbock or
any .permanent disability.
Tliu Veterans' Annual Ib going to
be uu Interesting little book uf equal
Interest to returned meu and tbe remaining public* While special articles dealing wltb soldiers' matters
will give the book a special appeal to
thu returned men, yet thu general
fund uf Interesting stories will give
many an hour's interesting reading
to everybody. Bo sure to get a copy
al. the news stands Dei-ember 20tll.
MM Ml HOOK MUSICAL
SOCIETY
Dec 2. -- Prod Pieard. intoxicated
fined $50.
Dec. 2. —Adolph Peterson, Intoxlca-
Icatod. lined $50.
Dee. 2. — Joe Lavelle. disordeily,
fined 8.T..
Dee. 2. — Adolp Poterson, intaxlca-
ted, fined $50 or two months in jail,
taking tho latter.
Doc. 5 — Ole Swnnsi.il, intoxicated,
fined $50.
Deo. fi. — Pete Snceo, motor vehicle
wiih no headlight, fined $5.
Dec. 6.—C. B. Willis, motor vehicle
no headlight, fined $5.
Doc. 7th. — Peto Tlmnborgor, alius
Grant, vagrancy, glvoti twelve hours
to gut uut, or 30 days.
The Grand Dunce to be given by tlie
fnuibrook Musical Society in tbe Auditorium on Friday, December lfith,
promises to be a great success ln
every way. Every effort is being put
forward to make that evening 01,e to
be long remembered by all who attend. Mr. J. P. Fine has kindly consented to take charge of floor and his
bllity in that direction ts too well
known to need further remark.
The refreshment arrangements are
in the hands of a capable committee
who promise absolute satisfaction along that line-
In the matter of music, a glance at
tho program, below, will convince the
most doubtful that the evening of the
lfith Is going to be one of the landmarks in the dancing history of Cranbrook. The two opening numbers
will be played by tbe full orchestra
of tiie Musical Society. It Is pointed
out that the second number, the
Waltz "Slumberland" Is an absolutely
uew offering composed by Mr. Lee
Edwards specially for this occasion.
During the intermission four other
numbers will be played by the full
orchestra, including two violin solos
by Mr. Lee Edwards, whose talent as
a violinist makes further remark on
this point unnecessary. These items
alone are well worth the price of admission.
The balance of the program will be
carried through by the Cranbrook
Dance Orchestra, and Judging by the
number of new (lane, numbers programmed by them for thlB occasion
the dance will come second to none
In tlie season, and a very enjoyable
linie is in store for all-
Tickets may be obtained from any
member of the Society.
Following is tlie musical program
for the evening:
1.   Grand March, "The Crusaders,"
R. De Koven.
8,     Grand     Waltz,    "Slumberland."
(new), Lee Edwards.
(Entire orchestra)
3. Oue Step. "Sweetheart."
4. Fox Trot, "Blmlni Bay," (new.)
5<   Circle Two Step "Country Dance"!
fi.    Waltz. "Mary O'Brien," (new.)
7. One St-OP,    "Long,  Long Trail,"
(new.)
8. Foi   Trot,     "Dangerous  BllfW,"
(new.)
8     Moonlight Waltz, "Golden Sands
of Walklkf," (new.)
in     One Step. Gents Tag, "Oh Lady,
Stop Rolling Yopr Eyes."
11.    Fox Trol. "Wang Wang Blues-"
12     Supper Waltz, "Honolulu Eye«."
Intermission*.
A. Violin   Solo,    by  request,    "Tho
Mocking Bird"—'Mr. Lee Edwards,
(Accompanied by entire Orchestra)
B. Intermezzo, "The Crickets' Dance"
full Orchestra
C     Violin Solo. "Melody," (Brig-Gen.
Davis,)-Mr.   Loe  Edwards.
(Accompanist, Mrs. McPherson)
I).    Soldiers' Chorus,  from "Faust.''
full Orchestra.
18     Waltz.    "Good Bye. Good Luck.
God  BlesB You."
11    one Step. "Charrle."
15.  Fox Trot, "Memphis Bluett."
Ifi.   Circle Two Step, "Country Style-"
17. Waltz, "My Tippy Canoe."
18. One Stop, Gents' Tag,    "Some
where, Someday," (now.)
lit     Fox  Trot.    "Canadian  Capers,"
(new.)
20. Moonlight Waltz, "Like We Used
to be," (new.)
21. One Step,    "Pack Me In Your
Heart
22. Fox Trot. "Near Me," (new.)
Extras.
"Home Sweet Home,"
"God Save The King"
The regular practice was held.Tuesday evening when, In spite of election
excitement, a good number of members turned out, and some good work
, was done, particularly ln view of the
j dance on the 16th. Will members
J please remember the special practices
which have been announced, and also
be sure and be on hand next Tuesday
j evonlng at 7.45 sharp.
j Membors are also respectfully reminded thut membership fees for the
month of December are now due and
payable to the secretary, Mr. F. J.
CENTRAL SCHOOL
REPORTS FOR MONTII
OF   NOVEMBER
DIVISION I.
Entrance A
First Class—75*7-*. and over
Lillian Jackson 88.91, Chester Roberts 77.si, Trilby Rebel 77.us, Esther 1
Ctialeiidur 75-88.
Second Class—60 to 76%
Henry Godderls 74.83, Frank Haw-
keaworth 70.60, Arthur Shankland
70.08, Clara Galbraith 69.88, Hector]
Llnnell 69.91, Irene Mackenzie 69.08,
Normun Purker 68.88, .Melville Leask
68.25, Gertrude Patmore 68.00, Jamea
Malone 67.00, Jeun Wurd 07.41, Daisy
Whittaker t>7.2&, Cyrus Pow 66.76,
Frank Hoy 06.06, Margaret Johnson
titi.lt; (absent through sickness), Margaret Horie 68.00, Marguerite Starritt
62.98, Edward While 08.00, Mark
Kennedy 62.00, Kenneth Campbell
60.91, Archie Finley 00.58.
Third Class—50 to 00%
Benule Murgatroyd 59.75, Pat Kennedy 69.41, Joe Brogan 59.16 (absent through sickness). Kita McBurney 69.08, Sidney Jones 54.OS, Ila Slye
53.33, Harold Dow 52.16, Willielmlne
Woodman 51.60.
Fourth Class—Below ad'/<
Amy Williams 49.08, Billy Taylor
48.75, Meryl Carson 48.33, Malcolm
Brogan 48.16, Jack Dixon 4S.15, Doris
Haynes 48.14 (absent from sickness),
Ted Worthlngton 46.50, Andy Cassldy
43.66.
Absent from examination:-: Marlon Atchison, Annie Laurie.
Number enrolled 43.
Perfect attendance 30.
A. WOODLAND.
DIVISION  II.
Class standing.
Class 1—Above 75%
Eileen McQuaid 78.2, Florence Binning 75.
Class 2—60 to 75'/i*
Philemon Belanger 74.5* Kenneth
Parrot 73.4, Vaughn Roy 72-H, Sandy
Pascuzzo 72.1, Kathleen Dallas 71,9,
Grace Baker 71.7. Milton Walker
70.6, Eva Weston 69.7, Lilian St. Eloi
69.6, Jean Walllnger 68.8, Marguerite
Godderls 68, Margaret MacDonald
67-6, Rhea Coleman 60.7. WInnifred
Beale 66.3, Marguerite Caven 05.7.
Raymond Beech 65.6. Irene Mueller
66.6, Gordon Shaw 63.2, Effie Cliar-
bon-wi 60.8.
Class 3—50 to 60V*-
Alleyne Walllnger 58.3, Cleland Parkin 67.4, Robert Pelton 56, Pearl Prltchard 56, Edith Johnson 555. Kathleen Strachan 54, Loran Jordan 53.5.
Leonard Parkin 52.9, Melville Towriss
51.2, Mary Benttle 50.9, Elvfn Leask
60.4.
Class 4—Below 50r.*
Warren Bowness 49-7. Leslie Sneddon 48.6, Ernest Laurie 47.6, Billy
Green 474. Albert Johnson 47 2.
Frank Tito 45.8.
Not graded on account ot absence:
Ivy Dezall. Ivy Sanderson. Delia Wiper.
Number enrolled 41-
IVrfect attendance 24.
Percentage of attendance 94.
M. E. STAPLES
DIVISION  III.
Class A
Jesslo Mclnnls SO, Marion Miles 78,
Tom Marshall 78, Bonnie Haynes 77.
Jack Cummings, 77, Harland Chirk 77
James Johnston 75, Long Lee 75.
Class B'
Graham Dale 72, Ethel Speers "0,
Malcolm Harris OS. Ray Brown 07.
David Frame 07, Donald Burton 60.
Jessie Brown 88, Sherman Harris 66,
Lillian Lewis oo, Cyril Lee oo, Cath-
rine Harrison 65, Jack Swan 66, Harry
Lewis 66, Jack Genest 04. Harry
Kemball 63. Evelyn Wurd 02. Willie
Macdonald ,62.
Class C
Gwen Slye 59, Anbroy McKowan
57. Ethel Connolly 50. Netty Johnston
55, Sellno Dixon 53, Hllllard Simpson 53, Harry Putersou 52, Madeline
Woodmnn 52, Arnold Holdener 62, Cyril Harrison 52, Robert Taylor 51,
Melville   Meade 61.
Class D
Wlilto S|>ence 49, Juck Henderson 4S,
Hilda Steward 48, Edwin Jocks 48,
Howard White 47, Jim McFarlane 47,
Qeorge Towusend 45, Allan (llll 40,
Elsie Willis 40, Kelvin Walker 37.
Number enrolled 47.
Perfect attendance 25.
E. M.  STEWAHT.
DIVISION  IV.
Enrolment 43.
Perfect attendance 26.
Class standing.
First Class
Phyllis Thompson 90, Nancy Nlsbet
and Margaret Willis 84.3, Jack Barber 84.1, Marlon Kummer 81, limine
Crane 77.
Second Class
Jean Home 74, Blrthel Benson 73.8.
Elizabeth Miller 73.6, Hurry -Kelso
73.5, Dorothy Shaw 72, Jean Beattie
71, Marian Williams 70, Marion Carr
68, Dan Brake 67.8, Edith Carlyle
67.5, Colvin McBurney and Fraser
Mackay 66, Margaret Mclnnls 04.8,
Etta McGlll 646, Mabel Clarke 03,
Margaret Eye and Harriet Home 62,
Allan Shaw 60.
(Continued on Page I)
Meighen Govt. Is
Badly Defeated
Liberals Secure Working -Majority; Get Strong Hold ou
Quebec uud the Kast
How  tbe  Parties stand:
Prince Edward island, four Liberal
X«»va Scotffl, sixteen  Liberals.
Xew Brunswick, 5 Conservative, 5
Liberals, l Progressive.
Quebec, sixty-five Liberals.
OntoMo, thirty-seven Conservatives,
■ wenty-two Liberals, twenty-three
Progressive-*.
Manitoba, two Liberal--', twelve Progressives, one Labor.
Saskatchewan,  one   Liberal,  fifteen Progressives.
Alberta, one Conservative?, one Liberal, nine Progressives, one Labor.
B.C., seven Conservatives, three Liberals, three Progressives.
Liberals       lit*
Progressives       O.'i
Conservatives   [   50
Labor    2
Yukon still to heur from definitely.
This summarizes the result ot the
elections on Tuesday, when tlie Liberals were returned lo power with a
majority even greater than its most
sanguine friends really hoped lor.
The government succeeded lu holding
less than one-half of the seats formerly In its column, and tho Progressives us well as the Liberals made big
gains at its expense. More than half
the cabinet ministers were defeated,
inr*hiding Premier Meighen himself.
Ministers returned include Hon. II. H.
Stevens, Hon. It. B. Bennett, Hon. Dr.
Tolmie. Sir Henry Drayton, and possibly Hon. It, Mun ion. In the face
of tlie Liberal sweep in the east It is
im hor remarkable that at the Pacific coast things went just the opposite. In Burrard M. A- Macdonald
was defeated utmost by a two to one
vote, by the (government candidate,
Goneral Clark. Hon. H. H. Stevens
I o defeated Mayoi Gale hy an over whelming vole, aud in Vancouver
South, a comparatively obscure government headed tlie .poll.
Among otlier prominent defeated
Literals is Dr Michael Clark,
It It expected that Meighen's ministry will resign before long, and the
porsonel of the new Liberal cabinet
ai lounced before the end of tlie year.
Mr. and Mrs. 0, L. Staples and fa
rally are leaving on Sunday for Pusu-
dena, California, where they will re-
main for the next three months or so
They have shipped their car to Port-
'flid. and from that .point will motor
soiitb io tbelr destination. Their
trip is primarily In tho intere«ts of
tbe health of their youngest daughter, whom It Is felt will benefit a good
deal by a winter in a milder climate.
The annual bazaar of the Ladies'
Ud tf Knox Church was held on WeJ-
aosday afternoon of this week, and
achieved the usual degree of succor.
Ti o preceeds will amount to upwards
of £560 it is expecied. All kinds of
fancy and useful articles were on
sale, us well us candy, home cooking,
and afternoon tea, and goods suitable
for Christmas giving. The attendance
was good, assuring brisk business during tho afternoon.
A social gathering took place on
WdeneBday evening tliiB week at Knox
Church, when the members of the Ladles' Aid tendered a farewell to Mrs.
It. E. Pow. A pleasant social time
was spent, and a musical program given by Mrs. F. M. MacPherson, vocal und instrumental; Mesdames Grady
and Eye, duet; Mrs. E. Paterson, vocal; Mrs. B, W. MacKay, readings;
Messrs. MacKay. Wilson, Marsh and
Moffatt, male quarttettej Mrs. n. E.
Ryekman accompanying most of the
numbers. Mrs. It. P. Moffatt mude a
presentation during the evening to
Mrs. Pow of a copy of the Presbyterian Book of Praise, Suituble acknow
lodgment wus made by Mr. Pow, and
during the course of the evening tliere
were also brief addresser from Hev.
[S, W   MacKay and Mr, G. J. Spreull
Two School Board meetlngx have
boen hold within tiio past few days,
on Priday lust the regular monthly
meeting, anil on Wednesday evening a
short special session. Two resignations have been put In tbo hands of
the board, and accepted, that of Miss
Agar, of the high school, who is relinquishing her post on account of the
condition of her health, and Miss Stewart, of tho Central, who desires to
bo nearer her home. Applications
aro now being advertised for to fill
the vacunsles. The question of extra accommodation is also a pressing
ono, uud the trustees arc now making
an endeavor to establish another overflow room, the Presbyterian Schoolroom being considered in this connection. Some congestion ut the
South Wurd Bchool will be relieved by
such a stop. Preparations are also
going forward to submit to the ratepayers next mouth a bylaw to provide
the funds for a substnntln] addition
to tho Central School, piuns for which
are now under discussion.
I.AKUE CONCOUB9E
ATTENDS FUNERAL ,
OF LATE FRED KUMMER
Tlie funeral of the lute Mr. Fred
Kummer, who died on Thursday of
last week was uu eloquent testimony to the respect iu which he was
regarded by people of the city generally. Few funerals yet witnessed
in Crunbrook have shown a larger
concourse of mourners, or broubht
forth a greater wealth of floral tributes.
The remains were taken to the Pythian Castle Hull on Sunday morning,
where they lay in stute till shortly herore two o'clock, when the casket und
the wealth of flowers ami wreaths
were removed to tho Methodist
Church, whero Kev. ll. \v. Lee conducted an Impressive funeral service.
Appropriate hymns, "Come,' Ye Disconsolate," "Unto the Hills," und
"Nearer, My Ood, to Thee," were sung
and the lesBon was read from the lltli
Itapter of John. The .pastor's address wus a brief but effective reference to the lessons of an upright
lite.
At the graveside service the Knights
of Pythias also took part, as well as
Rev. R. W. Lee, Messrs. A. Wilson
as Chancellor Commander and E. A.
Hill, as Chaplain, Inking part. The
body was laid to rest in tiie K. P,
plot In the cemetery. The pall bearers were Messrs. O. J. Little, J. Manning, T. N, Parrett. M. Gillie, F. Helse,
all of Crunbrook, und Colin Molr, of
Nelson.
Thero was u profusion of floral to-
kors of respect und sympathy, these
bofng us follows:
Grand Lodge K. P., Grand Domain
of B.C., W. T. Murphy, grand chancellor, wreath; Crescent Lodge. No
.13, K.P., Cranbrook, triangle; D. 0.
K. K., El-Mnbarrez Temple, No. 1)2.
Spokane, crescent; local members,
doublo croscent; D. O. K. K-, Onnn
Klayyan Temple, No. 141, Lethbrldge,
wreath; local members double crescent; d. o. K. k., Shorn Bl-Nesslm
Temple, No. 172, Nelson, wreath; K
P. Lodge, Trail, triangle; Family, pillow; Mr. and Mrs. Dale, wreath; Mr
and Mrs. Wells, spray; Mr. and Mrs.
D. Campbell, spray; Mr. and Mrs. McCrindle, spray; Mr. and Mrs. Parrett.
star; Mr. and MrB. Glllis, spray, Mr,
and Mrs. C. O. Bergstrom, triangle;
Mr. and Mrs. Branch, double crescent; Mr. and Mrs. Heise, -spray; Women's Institute, spray; Mr. and Mrs.
Holdener, cross; Mr. „_,d Mrs* T J?
Juckson, spray; Mr and Mrs. Scott
MacDonald, spray; Mr. nnd Mrs. Marapodi, spray; Mr. and Mrs. Alex
Hurry, spray; Mr. and Sirs. Lebeau,
cross; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Campbell.
spray; Mr. and Mrs. C.*J. Little
spray; Mr. and Mrs. Mirams, spray;
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Carr, broken
wheel; Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Galbraith, star; JJr. and Mrs. R. McBirnle, spray; Mr. and Mrs. W. Adlard.
spray; ^Associates, spray; Mr. and
Mrs. R. Tiffin, spray; Dr. and Mrs
Fergle, spray; Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Parker, wreath; Mr. Fred Frletag.
spray; staff and members of High
School Literary Society, wreath; Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Hall and family, sheaf;
*Cr. and Mrs- C. Collins and family,
spray; Mr E. Keller, star; Mr- nnd
Mrs. J. T. Sarvls and family, spray;
Home Bakery, spray; Mr. and Mrs. H.
E. Hamilton, Spokane, spray; Mrs.
Violet Robertson, spray; Mr. S. Pearson and Madame A. T. de la Croue,
Yahk, spray; Mr. and Mrs. G. Bilker. Yahk, spray; Mr, and Mrs. Saunders, spray; Mr. and Mrs. Delaney,
spray; members of Red snd White
Club, star; Mr. and Mrs. J. Healey,
spray; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wilson,
spray; Mr. and Mrs. F. Dezall. spray;
Rev. and MrB. R. W. Lee, spray;
Methodist Sunday School, spray; Mr.
and Mrs. O. W. Patmore, spray;
Mr. and Mrs. L. Clapp. spray; Mr.
und Mrs. W. E. Worden. spray; Mr.
und Mrn. Robichaud, spray.
There were fifty-two boys nnd lenders present at the "Y" lost Saturday evening, at the Premier Lake Cnmp
reunion. Supper was enjoyed by the
crowd, and old acquaintances renewed, wiih cnmp songs, yells, yarns and
so .on In between. During the evening short addresses were mnde by Mr
J. M. Claik. Mr. E. L. Staples nnd Mr.
H. S. Young. Mr. W. M. Harris also contributed to the evening's fun
with somo mind reading. Tho camp
prizes have since como to hand, nnd
are to be distributed very shortly.
Aft
In spite of the fact that the frost
hus not really been-severe enough to
get the ice Into the best condition,
tliere has already been some skating
at the new Recreation Club rink. Mr.
W. H. Brown has been In charge of
tho new rlnk, and has everything lu
readiness for the frost to .put things
tn first class skating shape. The new
sheet of ice ie almost tho full regulation hockey size, r.nd behind the
fence at the linos two or three rows of
bleacher scats have been .put up to
accommodate Bome three hundred or
so spectators. It Ik expected thero
will be full use made of tlie rink
when the .proper weather conditions
com* to prevail.
HIGH SCHOOL LITERARY
SOCIETY DEBATES THE
DISARMAMENT QUESTION
The literary meeting of the High
School was held Friday. December
2nd, and took the form of a very interesting Mock Disarmament Conference. Those taking part were: Alma
Sarvls, President Harding; Mr. Eric
MacKinnon, Secretary of State
Hughes; Miss Lenore Hill, Japanese
delegate; Mr. George Hunter. Premier
Brland; Mr. Donald Morrison, Italian
delegate; Mr. Harold Haslam, Mr.
Balfour; Miss Eunice Parrett, It. L.
Borden; Mr. Jack Ward, Belgian delegate; Mr. Norman Beech, Australian
J elegiac.
All the above showed grent ability
lu handling their subjects und it Is
toped that the next meeting will be a
llsousslon on the Conference.
The parents and rriends were invited, bin owing to other uffuirs going
on in the city, only u few attended
tho meeting but those who did expressed their appreciation und surprise that the boys and girls were
such good public speakers.
Prize Winners
at Poultry Show
Full List of Awards  at  Last
Week's Big Threo Day
Exhibition
CARD OF THANKS
Mrs. F. Kummer and family desire
to extend to ull those whose sympathy and help wus ao much In evidence
during ttie time of tlieir bereavement,
their most sincere thanks and appreciation, especially to tho officers and
members of Croscent Lodge, No. .IJ.
Knights of Pythias.
The last echoes of the election campaign were heard on Monday evening,
Alien the Farmer-Labor party held
a big rally In the Auditorium. There
was a good crowd fn attendance, and
tho speakers were given enthusiastic
hearings. Messrs. T. Uronsden, A-
Cuthbert and W. Scott MacDonald.
liie candidate, wero the speakers, and
strong emphasis was laid ou the high
personal character of their candidate,
not without effect, to judge by the
result on election day. so far as the
ity is concerned.
Another electiou uot far ahead—the
:ivic elections, which will take place
m Thursday. January 12th.
C. It. C.   NOTES
Members, don't forget the club
lelghtng party to Wycllffe on Friday
■ evciki. ..;, December 3th. Refreshment*
will be served In the Wycllffe Y. M.
C. A. and a splendid time is promised
to nil those who attend. Bring your
rugs, etc., and keep warm Further
particulars may be received from Miss
Muriel Walllnger.
A regular meeting of the Board of
Directors of the Crunbrook Recreation
Club was held on the Sth Inst. Skating on Sunday afternoons for members only wus the chief topic and
was thoroughly discunssed. It was
finally decided to give every voting
member an opportunity to express his
or her views and in the near future
a postal card will be forwarded to
tiio members.
t is proposed to have a triangular
hockey league made up of Cranbrook
material in order that one good team
may he selected to meet the outside
leagues.. Mr. Mllo Drummond represented tho C. R. C. Watch the club
win tlie league, we cun do It!
Very few people appreciate the numerous advantages u member of the
Recreation Club hus. Think of it—'
reading room, gymnasium, swimming
pool, a splendid skating rink In winter and an excellent tennis court ln
summer. Doubtless to say, we have
tho finest recreation club that can be
found anywhere in tiie country. Try
it   and   see.
Our president, Mrs. Elmore Staples,
will be spending a few weeks In Southern California during the holidays. I
wliere she will enjoy a much needed
rest-
Tho C. R. C. Ice carnival wll take
place ut the club rlnk in tlie Christ -
mus holidays. Look for further particulars later.
Tho new black Hues which our
Instructor, Mr. Mirams, has so carefully painted on the gym floor, are
for lho game of "Badminton-" If you
want to know anything else about It
- ask me.    ■
The first two games of tlie basketball league took place Wednesday
evening. Tho ladles' games started
at S p.m. The Firecrackers, captained by Miss P, McDonald, and the
Pedagogues*, captained by Miss Blan-
kenbach, took the floor and tlie battle commenced. Tho Pedagogues were
moro united, had better combination
and were guarding good, MIsb Blank-
enbach starring. The Fire-Crackers
also playod well hut lost the game
from the start; their guards were'
working good but the passing was not
nn good as the Pedagogues, At half-'
time thc score stood 11-0 ln favor of
lho 1'edagogues. The gamo ended1
(Continued on Pat* l>
List of awards at District No. 9,
Craubrook  Poultry Show.
Nearly all varieties were shown and
exhibits were of a very high elaeB.
Barred Hocks—l Cock, 1 4 Cockerel,
12 8 4 pullet, 1 pen, W. Harvey,
Cranbrook.
2 3 cockerel, G pullet, OjTUs Pow,
Craubrook.
W. Rocks—1 cockerel, 1, 2, 3 pullet, 1 pen, Willie Sptnoe, Cranbrools.
H. C. R-, Reds—1 cock. 1 hen, 1 2
3 cockerel, 1, 2, 2 pullet, 1 pen, R.
Pennington. Fernie. 2 pen, E. Cart-
Hlge. Fernie.
S- C. Reds—1 cock, 1, 2 hen, 1, 3
cockerel. 2 3 4 pullet. 1 pea, A. Peters. Fernle. 2 cockerel, 1 pullet, 2
pen, T. Lawsou, Nelson. 3 pen, Q
B. Willis, Cranbrook.
White Wyandottee— l cock, 1 2
cockerel, H. Walton, Fernle. 2 cock,
2 3 4 hen, 1 pen, A. Williams, Cranbrook. 3 cock, 3 pullet, 3 pen. W- M.
Harris, Oranbrook. 1 ,pen, 3 cockerel,
1 9 pullet. 2 pen, W. Harvey, Cranbrook.
Qolden Laced Wyandottes—1 cock,
1 2 3 hen, 1 pen, A. Blalock.
Silver Laced Wyandottes—1 cockerel, 1 2 pullet. A. Blacklock. OkotokB,
Alta. 2 3 cockerel. Harrison Cash,
Fernle-
Light Bramas—1 2 cock. 12 3 hen,
1 2 pens. j. Cunliffe. Fernie. 1 cockerel. 12 3 pullets. 2 pen. A Haines,
Cranbrook.
IMrk Cornish—1 cock. 1 2 3 hen,
1 2 cockerel. 12 3 pullet. 1 2 pen, A.
B. Smith. Cranbrook. 3 cockerel, J.
Clarke. Fernie.
Black Orpingtons—1 cock. 12 3 hen,
1 cockerel. 1 pen. H. Bllnstone, Pernie* 2 3 cock, 3 pen. H. E. Sainsbury,
Cranbrook.    2 3 cockerel. 1 2 pullet,
2 pen. A. M. Beattie. Waldo. 3 pullet.
Mrs. D- James. Waldo.
Blue  Orpingtons—1 cock.  12 3
hen. 1 2 cockerel, 1 2 pullet. 1 pen,
A. M. Beattie. Waldo.
Buff Orpingtons—1 cock. 1 2 hen, 1
2 3 cockerels. 1 2 ' pullets, 1 pen, A.
M. Beattie. Waldo.
Speckled Sussex—l  2 3 hen,    1    2
cockerel. John Johns. Cranbrook.
R-r-d Ce.j**—1 cock, i-2 3 hen, 1 2 pa*-
let, 1 pen. J. Patterson, Cranbrook.
Silver Sp. Hamburgs—1 cock, 1 2
3 hen. 1 pen. H. E- Salncbury, Cranbrook. 2 cock, 2 3 cockerel, 12 3 .pallet. 2 pen. J- Trethaway, Klmberley.
R. C Anconas— 1 2 cockerel, J.
Patterson. Cranbrook.
9- C. Anconas—1 cock, 12 3 hen,
1 2 3 cockerel. 2 pullet, 2 3 pen, C.
D. Halcrow, Cranbrook- 1 3 pullet,
1 pen. T. Patterson. Cranbrook.
Leghorns. Black—1 2 3 pullet, 1 2
3 pullet. E- Aitken. Fernie.
Leghorns, Brown—1 cock, 12 3 hen,
1 2 3 cockerel. 12 3 pullet, 1 2 pens, W-
Harvey, Cranbrook. 4 hen, 3 pen, W.
Walsh. Cranbrook.
Leghorn Buffs. S.C—1 cock, 12 8
hen, 1 cockerel, 12 3 pullet. 1 pen,
Geo. J. Frache, Lethbridge. 2 cockerel. 2 3 pen. Mrs. D. James. Waldo.
L. White, R. C—2 cockerel, 12 8
Pullet. 2 pen, W*. Dodge. Cranbrook.
8.C.W. Leghorn—1 cock. W. J- RI*
chardB, Neleon.   2 3 cock, 12 3 hen, 2
4 cockerel, 1 2 pen, F. J. Harblnson,
Cranbrook. 1 cockerel. 3 pen. W.
Si-ence, Cranbrook.
S.C. Blk. Minorca—1 2 3 hen. 1 2 8
Cockerel, 12 3 pullet, 1 2 pen, A.
Wallach, Nelson.
R. C. Black—1 hen. E- Oartlldge,
Fernle.
A. O. V 1 cock, 1 pullet, Oreloff,
T. Patterson, Cranbrook.
Black Red Game—1 cock. 1 hen, 1 2
pullet.  W.  Wfel-fb, Cranbrook.
Bantams, Silver Sebright—1, A. M
Beattie; Oolden Sebright—A. M. Bttt^
tie.
Bantams, Black R- C—1 cock, 1
hen, 1 3 cockerel, 2 3 pullet. 1 pen, A.
M. Beattie. Waldo. 3 cockerel, 1 pullet. W. Harvey.
Buff Cochin Bantam—1 cock, 2 hen,
1 cockerel, 2 pullet, 1 per, Oeo. J.
Frache. Lethbrldge.   2 cock. 1 3 hen,
2 pen, J. Cunliffe, Fernte.
Black Cochin—2 cockerel. 1 pullet,
J. Clarke, Fernle.
/t\. o. V.—1 cock, 2 cockerel, 2 pullet, A. M. Beattie, Waldo. 1 cockerel.
1 2 pullet, 1 pen, Geo. Frache, Lethbrldge. ,
Game Bantams.R Red—1 cock, 1 2
hen, 1 cockerel, 1 pullet, G. H- Em-
merson, Lethbrldge.
A. O. T. Gamo—1; 2 co«k, 1 2 hen, 1
cockerel, 1 2 pullet, 1 game pen, T- H.
Emmerson, Lethbrldge-
Game Bantam, B. Red—1 cock, 1 2
hen, 1 cockerel, 1 pullet, T. H. Bm-
merson, lethbrldge.
A. O. V. Game—1 2 cock, 1 2 hen, 1
cockerel, 1 2 pullet, 1 game pen, T. H.
Bmmerson,  Lethbridge.
Utility Light Weight Pen 8. O. W.
Leghorn, W. Dodge, Cranbrook, 2
W. Richards, Nelson, 3 J. Gartside,
Cranbrook.
Utility Heavlw -1 A. Wllllami Cranbrook, 2 Harris, Cranbrook, I J,
O. Fenton, 4 John Johns.
(Continued oa Page I) PAGE    TWO
THE      CRANBROOK      HERALD
Thursday, Dec. 8th, 1031
DANDERINE
Stops Hair Coming Out;
Thickens, Beautifies.
WIMlLltUKKE DISTRICT
NOTES
86-cents buys a bottle of "Danderine" nt any drug store. After ono application you can not find a particle
of dandruff or a falling hair. Besides, every hair shows new llfo, Vig
or, brightness, moro color and abundance.
Tho annual bazaar of the Windermere District Hospital Aid was
held on Saturday lhe 26th November
iu the ballroom of the Hotel Invermere and proved au unqualified success.
The ladles had gone to u tremendous amount of trouble in arranging
and decorating the stalls; the candy
stall. In charge of Mrs Cleland and
Mrs. Patterson, was .prettily arranged
in white aud red and with the many
gaily colored boxes filled with the
most tempting candy, proved an ir
resistible aroinac-gihCBcc
resistible attraction for botli young
and old. Tho fancy and plain needlework stall in charge of Mrs. Cuthbert
and Mrs- Cure was decorated in
white and green and did such a rush-
itlfi business ttint within half an hour
there was nothing left to sell. The
home cooking stall was very attractive in Us tasty decoration of mauve
and white, and the many tempting
things displayed ensured for its stallholders, who were Mrs. Chisholm and
Mrs. Pitts, a very busy time. Tho
children's wants wore not overlooked
as there was a well-filled fish pond
in charge of Miss McCubbln and Miss
Caldwell, wbo saw to it tbat every
angler got a fish.
Mrs. Erlckson and Mrs. J. Taynton
presided over the afternoon tea tables
and were ably assisted by a number
of the young ladles who waited ou the
tables and attended skillfully to the
wants of the guests.
Great credit Is due to the president,
Miss Kittle, and tbe secretary-treasurer, Mrs- Sandllands. for the mnnnet.
ln which all the arrangements were
carried out. The amount realized was
well over $300.00.
SOUTH WARD
SCHOOL REPORT
FOR NOVEMBER
UOD AND OUN
Rex Theatre
Friday ®. Saturday
The SHEIK
Agnes Ayres and Rudolph Valentino
*.      in. a scene from the Paramount Picture/
;       ^JhcShcih!. a Geopge Melford Production.
PHtST PRESENTATION DE LUXE
Soiucdiing Entirely Different In Motion 1'lcture
Entertainment
ALL SEATS RESERVED — BOOK VOCKS NOW,
IUGH1' NOW.
ADULTS     ONE DOLLAR
Children in first five rows BOc
The regular monthly meeting of the
Windermere District Agricultural
Association was held on Saturday in
the Schoolhouse at Invermere. Routine business was transacted, and the
advisability of obtaining a car of
feed came up for discussion, but this
matter was left for the secretary lo
look into further.
Mr. Gilbert Cartwrlght had the misfortune to severely sprain his ankle
and knee and has been laid up for
tbe past week*
**m
MrB. Harry Saunders of Vernon.
with her baby son, Ib visiting at the
home of ber parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.
W. Turner.
Mrs. James Sinclair has left for a
visit to the Okanagan Valley.
Miss Phena Pearce of Calgary, pro
vlncial secretary for the Alberta Red
Cross, stayed over here on ber way
to Cranbrook where she will visit with
Mrs. Grubbe before going to tho Coast.
DIVISION I.
Perfect attendance.
Number enrolled 51.
Jamis Atchison, Walter Agland,
Florence Agland, Ruth Bjnd, Jessie
Cassela, Mary Cox. Willie Cox, Marlon
Cuthbert, Harry Fanning, Florence
FInlay, Doreen Fisher, Edwin Haley.
Kathlen Haley, John Horle, Alice Harper, Margaret Malone, Frank Malone,
Mary Macdonald. Pal Macdonald,
Stephen Magro, Muy Russel, Mildred
Mlddleton, Pear) Saunders, Emily
Taylor, Ellen Taylor, Henry Taylor,
i-ouisa Taylor, Hazel Wilhuus, Elmer
Holm. Nelson Beckwitli-
GJDITH N. SING.
DIVISION II.
Perfect attendance.
49 enrolled.
RohIo lltefare, Margaret Cussels,
Francis Curl, Allen Cuthbert, Evelyn
Eley, Gurdun Fisher, Ruth Panning,
WInnifred Harper, Doris Haley, Dully
Johns, Richard Jones. Jolauda Magro,
HoMo Magro, Nora Malone, Angolo
Marapodi, Ethel McGee, John Posbcuz-
zo, Angelo Provonzanno. Murray Rombough, Nooch Tito, Edith Wells, Billy
Whiting, Clyde Wllams.
K. H. DOUGLASS.
ORE SHIPMENTS
RECEIVED AT THE
TRAIL SMELTER
Following Is a statement of ore received at the Trail Smelter during the
Period Nov. 22nd to Nov. 30th, inclu
suve:
Mine Locality
Echo, Silverton  	
Horn Silver, Slmllkameen       53
Josie, Rossland      105
Knob Hill, Republic       161
Surprise, Republic      112
Widdowson, Nelson   "
-Company Mines 	
Tons
6
2
7072
7510
Tho Christmas issue of Rod and
Oun In Canada is particularly attractive and Is replete with many stories
which will appeal to the heart of the
true ^port-^man. Allen H. Kerr's
"Trout Hunting on tlie Kenogaml
and Kenlogamesls" ls the opening article and will prove a realistic tale,
while the ever popular F. V. Wlliam's
and Bonnycastle Dale's narraitves are
of the usual high standard. The article by A- F. Wulluce entitled "Clam
and Pearl Fish" will undoubtedly be
of vivid interest as wel as instructive.
Guns and Ammunition, Along the
Trap-line, und Fishing Notes, contain
several articles valuablo to the var
ions readers. Hod and Gun ln Canada
Is .published monthly by W- J. Tuyh
Limited, Woodstock, Ont.
DYED HER SWEATER
AND SILK STOCKINGS
Each package ot "Diamond Dyes"
contains directions so simple that any
woman can dye or tint faded, shabby
skirts, dresses, waists, coats, sweaters, stockings, hangings, draperies, everything like new. Buy "Diamond
Dyes"—no other kind—then perfect
home dyeing ia guaranteed, even If
you have never dyed before. Telt your
druggist whether the material you
wish to dye Is wool or silk, or whether
it Is linen, cotton, or mixed goods.
Diamond Dyes never streak, spot, fade
P
Scattering
Sunshine
About thiB time ot tlie year the following remark
is frequently beard: "We are too late for the mall ln
sending the Smiths their Greeting Card to reach them by
Christmas Day!"
Avoid this dilemma by planning ahead.      Here are
Hie latest (lutes for mailing Christmas letters:
Antipodes ami South Sea Islands November 26
Continental Europe   December 3rd
British Isles  December 7th
China and Japan   December 6th
It Ib desirable that you place your order for Personal Greeting Curds Immediately, Do so by visiting the
Herald Office, or Phone 18,
A   I'HONE  CALL  WILL BRING  SAMPLES
TO YOUR HOUSE FOR YOUR SELECTION.
We Supply Printed Matter For All Purposes-Business or Social
AND GUARANTEE TO SATISFY.
SAMPLES AND PRICES SUBMITTED  ON REQUEST
NOT ALWA YS THE CHEAPEST—BUT ALWAYS THE BEST
Ghe Cranbrook Herald
6*
I-\ A. WILLIAMS, Manager
Phone 18
CRANBROOK, B.C.
PROFIT OF HALF MILLION
OH LIQI..OII FOlt THE
FIRST THREE MONTHS
■*
Montreal, Que.—No less than 760,000
tons of ho ft coal, from the Maritime
provinces, have reached Btorago lu
tho city, and It Ik estimated that British Empire Steal Corporation hIiIi-h
will run the supply well above Hit*
million ton murk before (he close of
tho St. Lawrence river navigation.
■j. ii-t
QUESTIONS AM)
ANSWEK8 ON
FORESTRY
Victoria— The British Columbia
government made a net profit of
$541,606 on liquor Bales for the first
threo nnd one-half months of opera
tion under the Liquor Sales Board
from June 16 to September 30, according to a balance sheet filed lu the
Legislature recently hy Hon. J. W.
deB. Farris, attorney-general, in ac*
cording to a balance sheet filed in the
Liquor Control Act. Tliis does not include the $121,000 received from lho
sale of permits.
In accordance with the Premier
promises half these profits are to be
divided among the municipalities on
the basis of school population. Total
assets of the board are placed at $2,
502,741, with liabilities of $1,961,135.
Assets include cash in banks and
on hand, $365,672; cash advanced to
employees, $80,128; stock on hand.
$1,848,477; real estate, $30,000; buildings, $119,000, after allowing $1,000
for depreciation; present value of
equipment, $22,331; furniture and fixtures, $10,414, and fire insurance and
general insurance amounting to $21,-
616.
The balance sheet shows thnt the
board started out with an advance of
$1,438,650 from the provincial treasury. Confiscated liquors arc set down
at a value of $184,752. The trading
account shows that merchandise to
the value of $3,295,560 was purchased-
Liquor gales totalled $2,228,918. Operating costs total $154,375 for warehouses and vendors, and $84,375 for
head office expenses.
'Secret service cost $10,59S; maintenance of prisoners $1,661; refund
of licenses in Vancouver $36,338.
The sum of $1,713 was allowed for
discounts to druggists, vendors, breakages amounted to $4,213, and vendor's
lioi|age  to $3,477.    Warehouse  licenses brought in $48,000.
Everybody knows
that in Canada there are more
Templeton's
Rheumatic Capsules
Sold than all other Rheumatic
Remedies combined for Rheumatism, Keuntia] Neuralgia,
Sciatica, I umbago, etc.
Many doctors proscribe t" cm,
moat druifj(fata sell them. Write
for free trial to Tui-plciun, Toronto*
sold Br
Beattle-Noblo, Md.
(By the Canadalan Forestry Assoc.)
Q. Has not Canada the largest forest resources of any country In the
world?
A. No. The United Stales possesses nbout three times as much timber
ns Canada, and Russia is regarded
as much better endowed with timber
ber than the United States of America.
Q. Is it not a fnct that Ontario,
Quebec and New Brunswick, have given away most of their timber resources?
.A. The "fact" needs modifying. For
example of seventy million acres of
accessible forests in Ontario, only ten
millions are leased to limit holders.
These leases are renewable every year
and the leaseholder fn all provinces
with few exceptions is subject to such
regulations and increased taxes as
the government may choose to apply.
Q. Can trees he successfully grown
on the bare pralres? What made tho
prairies treeless?
A. Certain species of trees as Russian Poplar and Manitoba Maple can
be easily and rapidly grown on nearly
nil portions of the prairies. It is
generally believed thut fires are in
the main responsible for the denuding
of the southern prairies-, With lhe
coming of settlement and the subduing of prairie fires, so common in the
Indian days, tree growth has rapidly
encroached on what was formerly
bare .prairie. The State of Kansas
once a dreary, windswept plain, has
been "made over," commercially ami
aesthetically by the planting of shelter belts.
Q. Are many of the lumber or paper companies planting trees to replace the timber they cut?
Frame's Bread Is OOOD Bread
Hia Pies, Cakes and Pastry art
made In a tasty manner whlcb
Invites the most exacting  person to call again, at
THE HOME BAKERY
Phone 87      .      Norbury Are.
CltAMlItOOK   CAM AUK
AND TRANSFER CO.
Forwarding and Distributing
Agents for
Lethbrldge und lirernhlll Coal
Distribution Cam a Specialty
Braying   mid   TmiiHferrhig
(then   Prompt  Attention
TOWRISS & ADAMS
Phono (13 Preprint or-i
Tho
COAT/DALE FARMERS
EXCHANGE
In   Keiidf   To  Ship   on   Short
Notice at the Following Prices,
F. 0. H.  < oaliUle
Choice Alfalfa   $10.00
No. 1 fine   15.00
No. 1 Courso   14.00
Last years Alfalfa, good .. 13-00
fair, p. t  11.00
BIuo Joint No. 1   21.00
White potatoes   93.00
Wheat Straw, p. t    8.00
F. O. B. Coaldale
All shipments government Inspected.   Direct from producer
to consumer.    Try us for efficient service.
TUB   COALDALE   FARMERS'
EXCHANGE
I'boM K »»,    CMlftle Alia-
NEVER BEFORE
^•SCREENED
The great
"sp; OptnExplosion
<-t that turns the
p £.our.se of a wtalo
« Oregon river-
(Your Thttitrc Name Here)
Mtthooist Church
11 a.m.—Divine Service.
12 noon, Sunday School.
I   7.30 p.m.- Subject:   "The Aftermath ut the Election."
Come and hear the truth about matters
Preacher, Rev. R. W. Lee
Everyone Is Cordinlly Invited to These Services
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada Limited
OFFI0BS, SMELTING AND KKKININO DEPARTMENT
TttAII.,   HltlTISM   COM MIHA
SMELTERS AND  REFINERS
FiirehnstTN of Oold, Stiver, -Topper and l-cud Ores
Producers of Oold, Silver, Copper, HlueMoue, PIk Lend and
Zinc  "TADANAC"   llrand
Sem fan the Cosmopolitan Reduction
♦BUl'liLD IBEAStuys' ».*i Marion Hivies
.'V Paiajflount Pfctuie
At tho Hex Theatre,   Monday   and
Tuesday  next-
A. Only a very few. because one
year's forest flies destroy more grown
up timber than any conceivable amount of planting could replace. In
one timber fire last year enough
wood was destroyed to have required
for its replacement 14 million little
trees at an expense of $200,000 and a
wait of sirty yenrs. The great problem for Canada is not tree planting
but forest fire prevention.
Q. What province has the most
timber?
A. .British Columbia contains as
much timber as the rest of Canada.
CANADIAN
Pacific
CltAMlItOOK TBAIN TIMES
NO. 67 DAIIY-To Nelson, Vancouver, Spokane, etc. Arrive 12.10 p.
m.; leave 12.20 p.m.
NO. 68 DAILY—To Fernie, Lethbrldge, Medicine Hat, Calgary, etc.
Arrive 4.10 p.m.; leave 4.20 p.m.
Cranbroob, Wycllffe, Klmberley Service.
No. 828—Leave 7.06 a.m.   No.824—Arrive 2.10 p.m.
Cranbrook, Luke Windermere and
Golden Serifce*
Monday aud TInirsuay, each week
—NO. 821, leave 9 am Wednesday
and ^'.tjrday-NO. H2* arrive 3.3C
P.m.
For   further   particular!,   apply  to
my ticket agent,
.1   E. PROCTOR,
District Pnssenger Agent, Calgary
Montana Kestnnrant
Clears, Cigarette* nnd Candy
Heals at All Hours
MOTIIKK!     QUICK, GIVE
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP
FOR CHIMPS lHMViaS
Even a sick child loves the "fruity"
taste of "Californa Fig Syrup." If the
little tongue ls coated, or if your child
is listless, cross, feverish, full of cold,
or has colic a teasi>oonfiil will never
fail to open tho bowels. In a few
hours you can see for yourself how
thoroughly it works all Uie constipation poison, sour bile and waste from
the tender, little bowels and gives you
a well, playful child again.
Millions of mothers keep "California
Fig Syrup" bandy. They know a tea-
spoonful today saves a sick child tomorrow.-- Ask your druggist for genuine "California Fig Syrup" which has
directions for babies and children of
all ages printed on bottle. Mother!
You must Bay "California" or you may
get an Imitation fig syrup.
CORNS
Lift Off with Fingers
\   \
^±p
Wo Waul
liiimmlliitu Shipments
of
MARTEN
ii i \ K
OTTER
FI8lll.lt
Ship lot
«.\ i:. i-ii:k('i. (.... 1.1.1..
WO I'liaco.si, Wlnultiof,
Uncon-sdous-
at the mercy of
a raging river of logs
'Conflict," at the Star Theatre
Dec. 19-20-21-22.
Doesn't hurt a bi! Droy a rttlii
"Frofwone** on nn aching com. Instantly tlmt corn stopa durum:, then
shortly you lift It rlelit off with IIiik-
Hrn.   Truly!
Your drugglit sells a tiny bottle of
'Fredsone" tor a few cents. suffiuK.u
to remove every hnnl corn, tuifi corn,
>r com between tbe toes, and tbe cal-
.<>*. without port nt*-,-. or Irritation,
IIIAMIHiMlli COTT.tni.
linsi'lTU.
I'rhillf. -.ur.luu  Hume
I rniiKOil   by   I'rnv ue nl   (lovl
Mntprnliy ami t;„: .nil  Vur-iin.
K.neBago mnl Hunt euro. Highest
Itefurenuua, H tins moitornie.
A|t|tly Sir*. *.. Cm,*.ford, Htilren
Address. Oardon A-*e. f'rnnhrnolt
I'hone 260 I*. n. llox Kir,
.......T-m.IL BILL
Good Floor, Dressing llooms, Curd Tallies.
Kitchen, All Conveniences
SUITABLE FOR DANCES, MEETINGS, SOCIAL GATHERINGS OF ALL KINDS, BAZAARS, Etc.
TERMS REASONABLE
For Prices and Other Particulars Enquire
THE STEWARD or SECRETARY, fl. W. Y. A. Thursday, Dec. Sth, 1921
TIIK       C It A X ll 11 IMI K       HERALD
PAGE THREE
SCHOOL REPORTS
(Continued from Pago 1)
Third Class
Mary Uenest 5'J,- Ronald Moffatt
08.s. Jean MoPhee 5S.il. John Metcalfe
07.5, Bertie McDonald 07.1. Frank'
Martin Oti, Helen Brlggs 50. (Jordon
Hankins 00.
Fourth Class
Blrule Strachan 40, Isabel Frame
48, Loretta Koblclmutl antl llobert |
Willis 47.S, Naomi Pow 47.1, Kathleen Henderson 40.8, Qeorge Kemball
40, (Irn.o McClure 44, Joe Llttlo 41,
deorgo Pulton 38, Ruth Chalender 86.
S li. WHITE,
DIVISION   V.
Numbor enrolled 44,
l'orfecl attendance 80.
i",,iiv,t  altondanoo:
Kninui Connolly, Ardolle Cruno, lilr-
noet Dorbyehlre, Blmon Pro t, Victor
Oalhrallli, Qoorgo' Qeorgo, Clifford
Haynos. Ilolon liaise, .Mary lluchorott,
Molnnle Lobonu, Lowoll McCoy, Nora
Miles, Annie Moore, Qarnet Patmoro,
Leltoll Paterson, Rupert Porter, Jean
Pow, Mary Ranklns, Harry Roy, Mary
Robertson, Nellie Sakaguchi, Arthur
Sakaguchi, Rita Strachan, Nellie Miller. Norma Surtees, Dennis Turner,
Jay Welkel, Ernest Worden, Uaviti
Weston.
In order of ranking:
Ardelle Crane 82.2,    Rita    Strachan
Nora Miles 83, Dennis Turner 82.S.
82.2. l_rnest Derbyshire 71.4, Billy
Cameron 708, Leitch Paterson 70.0,
Harry Hoy 70.2, Nellie Miller 08.0,
Freest Worden 00.0, David Weston 00,
Art Sakaguchi 66, Winnie Hayman 00,
Annie Moore 05.0, Molnnle Lebeau
0:1.0. Mary Huchcroft 02.6, Qeorge
Qeorgo 01, Mary Rnnklns 00.0, Elsie
Parker OILS. Hazel Simpson 09.8, Norma Snrtces 69.6, Clltford Haynos 09.0.
Helen Helse 59.4, Nellie Sakaguchi
OS, Qnrliet i'nttuore 57.0, Lowell Me-
Coy 50.S. Jay Welkel 04.8, Rose llur-
loii 04.0, Paul Harrison 03.4. Simon
Frost 02.0, Mary Robertson 02.4. Jean
Pow 51.8, Melvln Roberta 01.0, Victor
ad Bridge
Molly Jo
Corporation of the City of
Cranbroook
Court oi Revision
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that the Court
of Revision foi* iiu* purpose of correcting and revising
the Municipal Voters' List for the year 1922 will sit
at the Council Chambers,   Norbury Avenue,   Cran-
broolt, I',. ('., ou Saturday, December the 10th, at 8 p.m.
T. M. ROBERTS,
City Clerk.
Cranbrook, B. C,
November limit. 1921.
40-41
.»
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'Pin-:   BIGGEST   EVENT OF TIIE  MOVING PICTURE
KKASON
j CONFLICT
.*- December 19=20-21-22
j | Our Own British Cnlumblti L'lcture, Filmed at Bull River
4 Big Nights oi Genuine Entertainment
0>'K Pl'JtFORJlAXCE EACH EVENING
_M, SEATS RESERVED     ::     ::     ADMISSION )M..-.-
1   Special Musical Program
l.tch Evening, from eighi  io eight-thirty, by Six-Piece r
on hestra
Doors tlpcii tii 7.Hi)
S 1)1(1 (i
inih
1 TICKETS  WII.I   :'i   <>*••  SALE  AT  HASLAM'!*
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| Star ^Theatre
JL A
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Uatbrultli 411.4,  Mild
Emma Connolly -J*..;
40.4, Uud Purker 40..;, Erneal   Kennedy 44.(1, Tony Frost 4-0.0, Stanley
Porter US, Rupert Porter ;,0,    Nellie
Owen  o2.8.
A.  SUTHERLAND.
DIVISION  VI.
Number enrolled 30.
Perfect attendance 19.
Fourth   Render
Rank.
I'eter Urennan SI, Pearl Gooderham
09, Ardello Owen 04, Herbert Laurie
03, Willie Taylor is, Leslie Sainsbury in
66, Kenneth McNeil 65, Malcolm Horie
62, James Lfalniel 52, Edgar Sanderson 48, Kenneth Bassett 12, WInnifred
Mnluno HO.
Second Reader
Rank.
Ueorm.- Futa, Nancy Miles, Irene Mc-
Innls, sheila Potersou, Kathleen De-
Kall, Floronco Pattinson, Grace Prlt-
cliunl, Jack Hall, ..<■. ..i.* Musser, U'd>-
le KacDouald, Enid Shankland, Eileen
IJra.v, Ellon Wiles. Betty l.uiin. Donald MacDonald, Helen Mcai I. Jooojih
Gniiest, Dorothy Steward, i.i
Ryan, Katherlne Martin. Douglas Patton, Dorothy Bridges, Margaret Johnston.
M. M. BLANBENBACH.
DIVISION   VII.
Number in class 5:i.
PerfocL attendance 31.
Senior Second  Reader
Lorna Barber, George Roberts; .hick
Farrell, Mary Luscombe, Harold Holdener, Jean Niblock, Chrlssle ('liar-
bonoau, Ida Lancaster, Elvn Walker,
Llicioyo  RoBslIngl   Lillian   Dale,   BOU-
lali Hill, James Brookes, Ma
Georgia Hayman, Wilfred Poe
mus Moore, Leslie Kuhnerl
Kennedy, Jack Parker, Lloyd Burgess,
Malcolm McPhee, Pauline   Bowness-
Winnie Steward,    Margaret    Farrell,
Alex  Williams,  William  McCoy,  Albert George,  Lillian  Webster.   (Jem
Ingham, Clifford Grunt.
I    Edward Wiper uud Clarence Schol-
■ ey away for examinations.
Junior Second Reader
i Margaret Henderson, Clarenct
I Brown, Phyllis Jeffreys, Darnel
i Blaine, Kathleen Nisbet, Donald Mac-
. Kenzio, Leonard Lamphier, Hen Walk'
j ley, June Collins, Jean Macdonald
. Joe Walkley, Maurice Godderls, I.tin.
Melva
Ken, Joi
Hnme.
attendance 33.
p. iM. a. MACDONALD.
DD3ISI0N IX.
lonor Roll—a class
Parrett. Olive Norgrove, Mah
ale South, Mary Fyfe, Phyllis
gpg| .• ^:.,ii:ii'iiiiiiii;iiiiiiiiiii!iiiii[iiiiiii?,.:j.. ..<.. ,
Honor Roll—B Class
Carrie  Spence,  Evyonne  Wtlllama,
.'rani. McClure, Helen   Gllfoy. Edna
Buxter, Mary Lamont.
Perfect attendance-
Edna liaxior. Norman Blaine, Donald
Cameron, Jerale t'afsidy, Marie Col-
l, Mary Kyle, Harold Ueorge, Helen
Oilroy. Watson Hall. Phyllis   Home,
Florence. Jordan,  Mali   Ken,    Frank
McClure, Melva Parrett,   Allen Pat-
moro, llichard Slye,   Carrie Spence,
By*  Williams, Oino Blgattlnl.
KI.I.ICN 1!. PATERSON.
DIVISION  X
Flrsl Primer
II ■ Boll   CIo     \
Norali Simpson, Hilda Smith, James
Lunn, Jackie Pattinson, Qordon
w,,od.. Joo Ward and Bunyo Fuiu equal.
Tsfri,ii-"- .-*?'/;■ '   -'u
for those
ornoKsi'rs
who like
MACDONALD'S
cut fine
Bi
Roll—Class ll
I*, Theo Uurle,
Qordon Speers,
rbarfl I'atton.
Iloro-
Leon*
M'--<>:-'' #•' %$*"    or wlio roll
r't0^Mf0-i^i^-'     their own
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"S*We¥*^wM &■£
m
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I
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\ —-**-*-W jfo o*ot«ra.v wiM. a /iea it
■Ian Gill,
iclc, Tho-
Eugene
|    Perfei ■ attendance 20.
S< V. McCALLUW.
DIVISION XI.
j    Number enrolled 48.
Honor Roll
i Jane Ntfibel and Joyce Campbell ofj- \
I ui 1; Jamea Halerowe and Hilda Oil-'
ill-; equal; Margaret Rutledge, Stnn-
rley Heise, Donalda Walker, Kenneth
! Haynes.
| Perfect attendance.
1 Cyril Qeorge, Hilda Qtllls, James
: Halerowe, Stanley Heise, Esther Leonard, Kenneth Lamphier, Hunter Mc-
■ Ciiire. Jane Nisbet, Pearl Stewart,
j Margarot Smith, Donalda Walker,
Stanley Whittaker, Chow Mam, Chuj
! Chong, Chow Oln Ming, Doug Yun,'
\ Moon Woo, Chow Koul.
C. M. MacKBNZlE
\,\\\.\\ CRAMlJUOOtt
LADY   PASSES AWAY
AT  riMNCi:   RUPERT
j Taylor, Billy Crawford, Jesse Grant,
; Wright Sneers. Allan Downey. Norman Galbraith, Mike Prost, Reginald
' Shaw.
L. C. HENDERSON.
DIVISION VIII.
First Reader
I    Horace Mullin, Knthleen Sheppard,
! Bertie Pelton. Sllva Hill, Madeline
Wise, Arthur Lodge, Jimmy Dixon,
Marshall MacPherson. Elva Tun,' r,
Donald MacDonald, Rulli McKowan,
Robena Miller. Raymond Luscoinbe,
Nancy McCrindle. Patrick Harrison.
Wesley Chambers, Florence Steward.
Pauline Wise. Harvey Moir. Leverne
Lamphier, Frank Campbell, Gladys
Burton and Elliot Harris equal, Yuel
Guthrie. Hazel Bowley, Harry Walk-
ley. Robert McGregor, Ray James.
Second Reader
' Harry Christian and Winnifrcd McQuaid   equal.   Jean   Woods,     William
'Harrison. Nell Calder, James Dixon,
David Harvey. Barbara Beale. May
Strachan, Alberta .lone-'. Eddie Leon-.
Under dale of Friday, November
1! tli. the Prince Rupert Daily News
published tlto following account of
tho pnsBing ai Mrs. I. w. Patmoro,
at  one   time   p   resident   of  tills  clly.
Her huBband, Mr. I. W. Patmore, was
fi rnierly mining recorder nt Fori
Steele, and also -studied law in thia
cl y, later moving to the Coast. Mr,
H mry Ker-shew, of Fort Steele, is a
t. \v. Patmore, of this city, a brothel -in-law.
The death occurred at .1 o'clock
this morning in the Prince Rupert
General Hospital of Emma Patmore,
w fe of 1. W. Patmore. the well known
Ibnrrister of the firm of Patmore &
Fulton. Mrs. Patmore had been seriously ill for some time and her death
was not altogether unexpected although tiie news of it came w'lh a
si m k to her wide circle of friend;, iu
i. e city. Indeed. Mrs. Patmore was
so well known and so popular that
a gloom lias been cast over the city.
"BURIED TREASURE", A
REMARKABLE PICTURE,
AT THK REX THEATRE
EclipBlng in point of expenditure.
sumptuousneBB and sheer beauty anything of tho kind ever before shown
on tho screen "Buried Treasure," Hie
I 'aramount-Cosraqpolitun version of
F. Britten Austen's story which created a sensation when It was published
i'i Hearst's Magazine, will Ik* shown
at the Rex Theatre next Monday and
Tuesday with Marion Davles as tbe
i orolne, at regular pricos.
This picture was made at a cost of
i pproxlmately $250,000. An entire
company of two hundred players was
transported to California for un en-
tiro summer, 5,000 extras were employed iu somo of thc largest and
most lavish sets over seen on tlte
screen und designed by Joseph Urban.
probably the most distinguished scenic artist today.
Two .pirate ships costing $50,000
each, the roar end of one ot these being tipped with gold in the fashion of
Cio period were used continuously.
Through the courtesy of California's
C. R. C. NOTES
(Continued from Page 1)
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^^^^^^^^^^^^ Mrs. Patmore waa 11 years of age
rd. Harold White. Hm-el Clapp, Jean, ,        ,    .,   .     ,„     ,
Miaml was horn in Rochovllle, Lancashire, England. Her maiden name
was MIsb Emma Kershaw.   She came
end. t
Hull
Vuirli       ^^^^^
Hilda Robinson.
Number enrol'ed
5-13 still in tbelr favor.
Two of the strongest mens' teams,
the Pirates and the Outlaws, took tbe
floor at 9 p.m. The Pirates were arrayed In blue and white sweaters,
while the Outlaws wore red and white.
The game was fast from the beginning
hut the Outlaws were outclassed In
weight. The Pirates were playing
good, h. Baker and O. Knight guarding to perfection, while C. Gill and
W. Wilson starred. A little roughness i'ji charging and tripping was noticeable but most fouls were against
charging. The game ended 10-36 in ■
favor of the Pirates.
multi-millionaire, John D. Spreckels.
many of the striking scenes were made
on his palatial half-million dollar
yacht. "The Venetla." Tlie staff utilized by Cosmopolitan producers Included five camera men, thirty musicians, one hundred and fifty carpenters, and twenty electrician:- Cos-
; tumes, jewels and other acces-sorie--
j used by Miss Da Vies tost many thous
ands of dollars.
This is a picture dealing with the
l-ertinent question of reincarnation
and communication of the living with
the dead- Norman Kerry Is the leading man and beads a strong supporting company, the principals including
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id    Mclnnls,    Bobby
1 Eye   Eunice Moore.
to Fort Steele. British Columbia, at!
the ago of IS nml was married    in
I ■'.<•   to  Mr.  Patmore.    Besides    her j
husband she Is survived by six child-1
' ren,   four daughters and  two  sons.
Tne eldest of these is Muriel, the wife
■ of K- Walker, former of this city but
• now of Vancouvor,   The others   are
Eileen, William, Louis, Dorothy and
Eleanor.
Mrs. Patmoro was one of Prince
Rupert's first lady residents for she
came here with her husband ln 1907
and lived for some years In the old
town around Centre Street. She was
associated with all manier of social
work and became widely known in the
city. As a hostess she w, b generous
and popular, osi ocially among Itho
younger people to whom her hnnd-
some home on Borden Street was
ever open.
The funeral will take place nl 2.SO
on Sunday afternoon, Hayner Bros.
being In charge of ihe arrangements.
As a  tokon of  respect to the    de-
' censed lady, the Prince Rupert County Court  adjourned to day nnd    the
Prince   Rupert  Ihn*   A-tflOQifa/Uott.  «f
will*'   Mr, Patmoro is   a prominent
i member. paBsod a resolution nf sym-
Rex    pathy.   Mr. Patmore has been a mem*
He-. ber of the association  since its  Inception In tlie early days of the c
Rudolph Valentino fotha
.Georpe Mc-lford-lK -luction,
%M4 aParamountKctore.
A   masterpiece   coming   lo   tlho
next week. Priday and Baturday
lember 0 and Hi.     Prices *l and B0'
C.R.C. basketball teams for the win-1
ter season jjave been formed as fol-
lows:
Men
Outlaws— P. Adlard (Capt.). P. |
Bamrord, C Clapp, V. Woodman, M.
Drummond, P. Brlggs, J. Stevens, P.
Bridges.
Pirates—L. Baker (Capt.), W. C.
Wilson, Knight, C A. Gill, Y. Wyles,
D. Dallas, M. Belanger, B. Grady.
C.H.S.—W. Spence (Capt-). A. Gill,
P. McNeil, R. Beaton, L. Burton, O-
Hunter, K. Wasson, E. Spence.
Wycllffe—S.    Clarke    (C-aj)t.).    B.
Johnson, W.  Staples, E. Staples, B.
Trew. S. Young, T. Young, D. Foster.
Lalles
Pedagogues—M. Blankenbach, (Cap-
tain), M. Staples, S. White. A. Sutherland, E. Sing. L. Henderson, If.
Nelll. C. Mackenzie.
Fire Crackers— P. MacDonald (Captain), S. McCallum, R-. Stanton, G.
McFarlane. D. Kershaw, V. Sarvls.
Blmboes—M. Drummond (Captain).
II. Woodman. M. Burton, E. Molr, D.
Hodgson.
T. N. T-'s—ti. Hopkins, (CaptainI,
I. Pnrker. I. Ward, E. Anderton. M.
Home. N. Walllnger, F Bradley.
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THRILL/
Mvtr btfore shown.
on inu screen-count em I
5
TRAPPERS and HUNTERS
ATTENTION!
WE BUY FURS
bring on sun- vtiiK runs to rs ron a     j
SQUAJIK III Al, 11
We will send you remittance same duy or hold your
furs for ten duys If ao Instructed i||||
PRISCILLA
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in
rt -iiuart Pstons Stupendous
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CONFLICT
Wl MAKKKT BI.Dti., CAI.OAKY
11N1VERSA1
U    Jewel     L,
Coming to the Star Theatre for four days, December 19,
20, 21 and 22 l*AGE FOUR
Thursday, Dec. Sth, I»S1
Brunswick
the municipalities could expect'
might be based.
The indications are that almost ten thousand dollars
might be Cranbrook's portion
for 192IJ.
SHARK FIGHT IS ONE
OF THRILLS IN FILM
RAWORTH BROS.
NKXT TO  I'OST  OFFICE
cbe granbrook Herald
Pulillslied every Thursday.
F. A. WILLIAMS..Editor & manager
Subscription I'ricc
To Ljnlli.l titutoB ..
$2.C0 pet yenr
93,60 per year
A shark fight is one ot tho exciting
scenes Iu "The Kowdy," sturrlng Gladys Walton, whicli will bo shown ut
tliu ltex Wednesday und Thursday of
next week. Witli five great sharks
circling about a smull gasoline lauucli
the crew try to evade the huge creatures that threaten every moment to
overturn the little cruft und leave all
of them to bo victims of tlieir fiendish appetites,
When one man accidentally falls
overboard and into the fishing net ami
wheu one great shark leaps upon him,
only u> hi* grappled with by another
mun who goes lo the rescue of the
lirst, Uiero are thrills enough to
cnuso even the most bluso "fun" to
hit Eorward In his theatre seat- Thoro
Is nothing faked about thla scene
Jack Mewer, tho leading man of "The
Howdy" was a skilled shark fighter
during his youth in Honolulu, where
ho was taught the trick of killing them
wiili n certain large ltulfo of peculiar
workmanship, especially designed by
the natives to bring quick death to
iho dangerous monsters of the sea.
"Wllh   ti   llu^liiVu   Without   n   Itluimte'
1'rlnlnl   by   Union   I.iih.tr
No loHi-rn to thn editor will bo iimort-
dl nxf'ppt ovor tho propor signature
mid addraM of tho writer, Tho rule
admits of no cxcoptlon.
Advortlslng Rates on Appltcatlon.
Ch*n(*«« Ior AdvfrtlBliiK MUST be in
thin office -Wednesday noon tho current
week to nc*oure -attention.
CRANBHOOK,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA
THURSDAY,   DEC   8th,   192]
CRANBROOK'S SHARE
Magic I
BAKING
POWDEB
tiik sheik" coming to
rex m:xt week is
ritonrnioN de luxe
aro still more which might be onum-
erated, but mention must be made ol \
the tborougbnesa in which the maii-
fargeraent of the Rex is going about to
Tiio most ambitious event in   the I make this first de luxe performance.
A'.oving Picture history ot Crunbrook, I one ot outstanding artistic merit.   For j
is the way Manager L. Leask charact- | Instance,  such  details  us    specially
rlzed the da luxe presentation tu be | colored  lighting  effects    ure    being j
;lveu at the Rex Theatre on Friday
aln whfch will cover the screen until' cost In the neighborhood or ¥16000.
the time comes to unfold this won-j Much credit Is duo tho Rex mtui-
lortul-program. This will be in oper- agement for lis ambitious undertuk-
atloh for the first time on Priday toSt and thero is no doubt that this
night, but will remain a permanent innovation will be thoroughly appro-
fixture.   It in being installed at    alerted by the public
Winnipeg. — Nearly 25,000 young
person on Manitoba farms ure now
members of the Hoys' and Girls' Clubs,
according to n statement, of the Manitoba Provincial Department of Agriculture. The total, It was added, is
considerably In excess of that of
1920. Abaut 200 boys' and girls' club
fairs wero arranged at the beginning
of tlie season this year. Of these about. IHO have been held und approximately 75 will take place within thc
next two months.
! iWnnipeg. —Total loans In connection wiih the provincial housing
j scheme amount to $5,000,000, accord-
i lug to Hon. Kdward Brown, provln-
1 clal treasurer. More money per ca,pl-
\ lu   has   been  advanced   by   Manitoba
To Bome the Idea Ihat pari of
the proceeds from the liquor
business of the province be
distributed among t be ctl les
and municipalities is distinctly
distasteful. WitllOUl touching! than by any other province in the Do
on the ethics of thai part of the mInlon* Mr* Hrmv11 Btatsd. He ^-^
problem it is now possible lo
arrive at  some estimate as to
what this city's share iiiitli*r ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
SUCh a distribution would be, Desbomts, Ont.—An Important dls.
Judging from recently publish- covory of pottery clay and phosphates
eil statistics. Cranbroolt may|llM ™»nt1y been made at this point,
expect abonl $4650 from the the deposits being of value in th«-manufacture of field drain tile, flower
ols, etc., and wtih an admixture of
gether they llvo In the country, and
the days .pass happily* lha Armand
discovers hts Income Is Insufficient
and ho decides to use tho legacy oil
his mother for Marguerite. To achieve tills ho visits his lawyer secretly, and Marguerite pursues a similar
course. She intends to sell her property and devote the rest of her life
to Armand. They keep their actions
secret. Armand's father comes lo
know of his son's course in regard to
the legacy, and decides to save the
honor of the family. He persuades
Marguerite to consent never to see
Armand again. She returns to Paris and resumes her life of pleasure,
making a vain attempt to forget the
happiness sho has abandoned. In a
house among her old haunts one evening she meets Armand, and almost
consents to leave again with hint. He
believes she is In love with another,
and denounces her before the crowd-
Abandoned, Marguerite, becomes ill.
and only then does Armand learn of
her sacrifice. Ho finds her dying,
clasping a book, his gift to her.
atcd that 1,480 houses have been con
Btructed so far us a result of these
, loans.
ST. ANDREWS DAY
FITTINGLY OBSFU\i;i>
IN TIIK WINDERMERE
(Special lo the Herald)
Invermere.  Dec.  7—The St. Andrew's  Day Supper  which  was  post-
provincial governmeni as a i
portion of the profits from the
provincial liquor business for
1921. *M j
The government has promised thai one-half of the nel profits of Ihe liquor traffic will be
distributed among Ihe municipal i ties on the basis of school1
population. Jn the first three-
and-n-ha!f months ending September 80th, the not profit was
fivo hundred and forty odd
thousand dollars, indicating a
profit, of one million up to the
end of tlie year. Apportioning
half of tliis million among
nearly 8*1,000 school pupils
gives each municipality approximately ?u per pupil. Cranbrook has THO school children,
and this will mean $-1550. Until now there lias lieen nothing
on which an estimate of what
sand, for building brick. It Is also
suitable for the manufacture of cement. A feature which may udd considerably lo the industrial Importance
of the find Is that thc deposits are lo
cated only twenty-eight miles from
Sauit Ste. Marie, an excellent distributing point, for clay products.
*■■»■
Tilt: CELBRATED
NAZIMOVA IIV  FINE
ROLE TO HE SEEN HERE
Nazlmova, celebrated star, will be
seen In "Camllle," at the Star Theatre, on Monday and Tuesday next
week. Sho Is In the title role in the
absorbing story. Love conies to Armand Duval, a young law student, at
tlie time ho meets Marguerite Guiltier, known as ('amille, one of tho
most notorious of women in the city
So desperate is his love that he forsakes his career and family for her,
and Marguerite loving him fervently,
abandons her friends for him.      To-
r
ANNOUMCEMENT
i
The Dell's Cafe
IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS AT THE
Wentworth Hotel
.1. house
Proprietor
Nothing Else is Aspirin—say "Bayer"
Warning! Unless you see name i Aspirin in handy tin boxes of 12 tab-
"Bayer" on tablets, you are not getting lots, and in bottleB of 24 and 100.
Aspirin at all.   Why take chances?     Aspirin Is the trade mark (registered
Accept only an unbroken "Bayer" in Canada) of Bayer Manufacture of
package which contains directions Mouonccticacldester of Salicylic-acid,
worked out by physicians during 21 While It Is well known that Aspirin
years and proved safe by millions for means Mayer manufacture, to assist
Colds, Headache* Earaclio, Toothache, the public against Imitations, the Tui>-
Nomralgia, Rhounvatlam, Neuritis, lets of Mayer Company will be stamp-
l.uinh.igo, and Main.   Mado iu Canada., ed with their general trade mark, tlie
Alt druggists sell Buyer Tablets of "Mayer   (.roe*."
poned from Wednesday night wns held
ou Friday night In the Clubhouse of
the Luke Windermere Camp, when sixty guests sat down to a real old Scotch
meal- There waa quite a sprinkling
of kilts and Tartan sasnes amongst
the gentlemen and ladies and with
the skirl of the Pipes from two pipers
gavo the ud(tyd zest to the .rational
day of Scotland nnd made all leal
Scots feol nt home.
A better setting for (lie affair could
not have been chosen than lhe Clubhouse, situated us It is with the Itock-
ies towering above it and tlie beautiful Lake Windermere at its feet, and
inside the big hall, with Its huge open
fireplace of boulders und quartz and
the bright dancing flames from the
Immense logs piled In lt. Around the
hull hung the heads ef moose, deer,
ud other big game animals, and In
one corner the place of honor Is held
by a life-sized Grizzly bear, so that
taking a quick look around it reminded *,i-e more of an old Highland
Chieftain's hall than of a modern
Clubhouse. Mr. H. H. Bruco, In full
Highland regalia, Mr. Wm, Weir
and Mr. Newton acted as hosts and
masters of ceremony for lhe evening
After the distribution of sprlggs of
heather (which had come from Sklbo
Castle) by Mr. Bruce, the pipers, who
were Mr. Allan Graham of Cranbrook
and Mr. James Scott of Invermere,
marched up and down the hull unlil
all were seated. The menu started
with real Scotch broth followed by
both cold aud hot boiled mutton wilb
mashed potatoes, then at a given -signal the pipers piped the haggis in.!
circling each long table lu the ilioiu.
followed by the four gentlemen in
Highland costume who bore aloft
the two splendid haggis- These were
placed in front of Mr. Bruce, who
asked Mr. Weir to give Robert Burn's
"Ode to u Haggis" before distributing
them; after thlH thero was coffee and
oatcakes of all kinds, and cheese. The
only toasts wero "The King," "Scotland," and "Canada." nnd the ouo
speech of the evening given by Mr.
Spreull, of Craubrook, on SI. Andrew
and St. Andrew's Duy. Then the pipers played while tlto tables were clea
ed and moved out to leave the room
for dancing* The program consisted
of Scotch dances entirely, the reels
wero dnnced to the music of the pipes,
and for the other dances Mr. Win.
Weir presided nt the piano, assisted
by Mr. Tunnacllffe on thc fiddle. Inters per sed in the dances were some
Scotch comic songs admirably rendered by Mr- Allan Graham, Mr, Wm.
Weir, Mr. Thomas Weir and Mr. P.
M. Stoddart. During an Interval in
the evening Mr Bruce suggested that
a regular St. Andrew's Society be
formed for this district aa there had
ouly been a sort of informal one
which had been In existence for tho
past sixteen years. The idea was
promptly taken up and all those present signed up, so that now, added to
our other associations In this district wo have a full fledged nnd vigorous St. Andrew's Society. Tho evening was one that will long be remembered ln this district for its splendid
entertainment and the means of promoting universal good fellowship.
nd Saturday of this week. In un interview Mr. Leask was asked In what
the coming event could be expected to eclipse the presentation of
the "Affairs of Anutol." recently
reened hero- He states that the
forthcoming de luxe performance is
something entirely different as far as
tliis city Is concerned. Of course, as
everyone knows, the "feature' of tho
performance Is the 'One Mig Picture'
or the moment—The Sheik—but it is1
stated that although this picture is
just us big as advertised, it Is really
tho way it will be presented and In
the events of tho evening leading up
lo it that will linger long In the minds
of the public and lead to demands for
'more.*
Tho first radical departure will be
In tho l'oservalloii or seats, just lhe
same ns for a regular "road show,"
but iu this connection It is stated
that the point of paramount Importance will be the fuel, as pointed out.
the advertising, Ihat no one will
bo seated after the Intermission at
!) p.m. owing to the intense annoyance to many people of being passed
in front of by late comers. This is
a ruling that should find favor with,
and co-operation by the public inas- j
much as the first part of the program
from the overture onward is of such
merit that everyone will want to be
In their seats at 8 p.m. so as not to
miss an Item.
Tlie music lliroughout the entire
performance Is been Specially arranged and* will bo rendered by a largely
augmented orchestra amassed for lhe
ocaslon. The music alone, It Is stated, wfll be an outstanding feature,
The opening overture, for instance,
"Tho Bridal Hose," by C Lavalle,
and the overture proper, us r prelude:
to "Tho Sheik" will be (a) "Tann-i
hauser," and (b) "Arabian Airs." during the remainder of which "The
Sheik," in all its magnificence, will:
bo screened. Another musical treat
will be a violin solo by Mr. Lee Edwards, (a) "Souvenir," and (b) "Kar-
avan"
As will be Been from the program
there Is in addition to the main feature a feast of good»things specially
and painstakingly selected for tbis
ocaslon, in fact, the opening half of
the program looks lo this writer as
being well worth the admission charge
alone.
Besides all  tliese Innovations there
looked after und there will be handsome tables set ut points ur vantage
bearing incense burners which will
waft the odors of Old Araby throughout the house ut lhe proper time.
Still another Important item of interest will be tlte handsome sulk cur-
REX
THEATRE
Paramount Pictures
TODAY AMI SATURDAY
" Tilt:   SIII'.IK "
Willi
RUDOLPH   VALENTINO
ami
AGNES AYllKS
also
Topics of Uio Ilny
I'jitlio »ws
Aagops FubloB
-Miike It K,iu|k|iy
and
1-iitlic Nows
Adults $1.00 I'liililren 50c
MON.   AM)   TUES.
MARION  DAVIS  111
"lHItlV.lt  TREASURE"
also
Paramount Tnivolungli
WED.   AMI   THURS.
DAVID POWELL 111
"DANGEROUS LIES"
Tlto Yellow Arm
and
"WHAT A WHOPPER"
DEO. 80.27
D.   W.  GRIFFITH'S
"THE LOVE FLOWER"
Saturday Specials
PRIME FRESH KILLED HEATS
Front Quarters, Beef    80
I lind Quarters, Beef    Up.
Prime shoulder roasts beef  l'*-^_<*
Prime slewing bee! Sp.
Prime boiling beef (brisket)     5c
Choice roast veal      15c
Choice ribs roasts veal     IHc
Choice loins and leg roats veal   25c
Choice stewing veal   Se
Front Quarters, Veal    Tc
Choice shoulder roasts pork    80o
Choice front quarters mutton  I-Ha*'
Choice legs mutton 25c
Choice loins mutton  20c
Choice stewing mutton      Sc
Lamb liver, :i His  25c
Sausages, _ lbs  !l5e
lleef hearts, lb  lOe
calves hearts  Kit*
Chopped Suet     Skip
See mil* window on Friday ceiling I'or Die choicest display
of our own killed meats ill town nt special prices.
CRANBROOK MEAT- MARKET
Norbury Ave.
s phone 8
Cranbrook. H.I'.
CLUB CAFE
CROSS-KEYS HOTEL
Largest and llest in the City
SUNDAY   SPECIAL
Farm House Chicken Dinner •   •   •   75c.
J. MTHANAN
Proprietor
t o li    1* II E
Christmas Shoppers
WE
HAVE JUST RECEIVED THE FINEST
ASSORTMENT OF
Christmas Neckwear
Mufflers
Slippers
Suspenders
Bath Robes
Initialed Handkerchiefs
LET IS SHOW YOI' ALL THESE FINE LINES AT
THE LOWEST PRICES
We have everything to lip found In a First Class
MENS'   FURNISHING   STORE
Men's and Boy's Clothing and Overcoats
E. A. HILL
Our
is on
UNTIL XMAS
WITH GOODS COMING IN DAILY. OUR SALE IS IN
FULL SWING
YOU SAVE ON EVERY ARTICLE VOU HIV
WESTON'S BARGAIN STORE
it I'lioue 82 ::
SATURDAY
SPECIALS
MEAT PRICES STILL LOWER
Fore quarters Veal  Se Hi.
Itoasts, Veal   IB}jtC and 15c Hi.
Stewing Veal   Sc lb.
Shoulders, Pork  22c ll».
Roasts, Choice Pork    2.1c Hi.
Choice Dolling Deef 5c nnd 8c Ui.
Pot Roast Deef  10c nnd 12*,_c 111.
Legs Young Mutton       25c Hi.
Fore Quarters Mutton   111%*. lb.
Fore Quarters Lamb, Choice    14c lb.
Hind Quarters Lamb  .....*.. 25c lb.
Home Made Sausages U^_c Hi.
Choice Mince Meat 25c lb.
P. BURNS CS, Co. Ltd.
PHONE   10
-IHSTHEATRE
MONDAY  AND  TUESDAY
AI.LA NAZIMOVA aud 111 1)01,I'll VALENTINO
In    CAMILLE"
A modernized version of the Dumas Masterpiece,
A fortune in gorgoous gowns is Bponl by Nazlmova iu making a modem "Camllle,"     Vou rniinnl ll Iii nil lo alius Iliis
pill lire.     Tlie Capilol TIlcilllV', Cnlgnry, anil Ilie Clcuiiiicr
Thentre- Spokane, lioih featured this production within
the past three weeks.
COMEDY — "HAH I.M SUA 11 EM"
Showing ai itegular prices
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY
GLADYS WALTON in ."THE HOWDY"
Au appealing drama of a Lovable Little Firebrand who
fought with Heart and Fists for what she wanted mosl.
BUSTER KEATON again In another of his clean, sparkling, zippy comedies "ONE WEEK."
Fox Weekly News Keel
FRIDAY AND   SATURDAY
JACKIE COOOAN in " PECK'S BAH HOY "
Tlie boy that played THIS KID with Charlie Chaplin
5 Heels of Joy     5 Keels of Joy
Chester Outing Feature —    * "Serial For Breakfast"
DO OR DIE SERIAL—Ninth Episode
Regular Saturday Mutince— Full Program Pictures k .Music
COMING""
CONFLICT    (The Dull River Picture)    Dec. 19-20-21-22
'fHB FOX  —  The Greater Claim starring Alice Lake
Over Thc Hill Queen of Sheba Four Horsemen Thursday, Dec. 8th, 1*21
THE      CRANBIiOOK      HERALD
PAGE    FIVE
CRAUBROOK
LAND DISTRICT
1IISTRKT OF EAST KOOTENAI!
TAKE notico tlmt I, Louis Le*
blonde ,ot Wasa, U. C„ occupation
(aimer, luteml lo apply for permission to lease the following described
lands:—
Commencing at a post planted *4P
chains north of the southwest corner
of Lot 06S2; thenco west 411 chains;
north 40 chains; east 40 chains; south
40 chains to point of commencement,
containing 160 acres more or less.
LOUIS LEBLOND.
Dato. 22nd October, UU. 36-48
PROI'ESHIOSAI,  CAIIHS
_,_.'.■■...  -. ."i.h-s—.-
I'liinic -Jill P.O. llox 888
Li. A. M33RHdUSE
AJIIMI'.,   *.   D C L.S.
I'llOV. LAND SURVEYOR
(.rnabroak     *      *      -     Il.r-
II 1! . W . A . I' 1. l( (J I I.
DENTIST
Uamiihcll.Munnlnu: Block
phono o;.    Olllco Hours:
) I' In 12, I In 5 p.m.   Sals. II In 1.
llr». Oreen .a JlneKlnnon    i
1'lljsh tins • nil Snr,;.Miiis
Ci Bci   nt   residence,   Armstrong
ni rii-K HOURfl
orec, ous   ....        9.00 to 10 OO
„..„,,,..,  .        ..  > v, to   4.00
li in •.. ..... 1 30 io    3.3(1
undo <      1.80 Is   4.H0
i RANBROOK, '.I Q
DR. K. B. JULES
DENTIST
otfinu In Hanson Block
OFFICE HOlinS
9 to  i2. a.m.
t  !o    B n.m
CRANBROOK,  1. C
¥, St. MACPHERSON
Undertaker
i'hiiiir »">lt
Norbnrj  In. next to  CItj Hull
PNUMENTS
I'AJH'BELI,   .V   RITCHIE
JIONl'MENTAI.   CO.
Nelson
POR PAINTING
-AN II-
PAPERHANGING
_;.-, ,
i'cli -phone
JOHN GARD
L Phono No. 1011
Cranbrook,   .    •    • '•• 0. j
pMMMMMI  ***** •■ ■ **AA.TmmwA, M*mm
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LEAUN TO I.AHN
I'rncUcill Commercial ('nurse In
Sluolluinil, Typcnrllluit
Bookkeeping,  Commercial   Law
Pciiinniislilii
Spelling
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IIAY    AND   NIOHT    01 kSSKS
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p. o. n «, II, Nelson, Ht"
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I Dili. I •«. Wil SOCIETIES
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j    ; U1.1I1 IIS'  INSTITUTE
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MTii-W  SATl'ltllAl   ot each
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"mh\li N'N i -.STITUTB*
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ta  in  Un
i     Hall
tfl i noon   at
■ ril    i-i-Htlay
nt H uot
></;.*.[ -V
Pros;   Mi
Bee treasi Mrs. 0, Taylor, - - Box 268
Ml la-Una ■■..-.lli-Uv ln»lti„i
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Cranbrook. B. fl.
Meet» •:.».> Toi-aday at s pm In
•lie Knlornlt. Hall
13, A. Hill, CC.
li. L. Harrison, K.u. & s.
F. Kummer, M.F.
Vlultlnj  hrethreu  coritlally It-
viti'tl to attend.
I.O.O.F.
KEV CITV LODGE, No. 42
^•'-!*??5ii___   MMlB mn
ir> •*2_SPH_.l.omlay nlKht at
\M%&&   Clapp'. Hall-
Sojourning Oddfellows conllnlly
Invited.
F. a. Monls.W. M. Hnrrls, P.O.
Noblo Oram], Roc. Sec.
BEALE  wV ELWELL.   I
THE IIEST.KIMI OF CHEEIMl-
MEIHCIXE IS EIRE I>-
SI'IIAXCE MONEY
You huve a tiro, and our com-
■jany pays all your losses. That's
oasy lo ooinprehend. It Is really
hard to understand why you keep
putting It off. You own the properly, don't you'.' . You can't afford
ti lire can you? You call afford Insurance, can't you?    Well!
SPECIAL OFFER
Owing to hia departure
front the city, Rev. R. E.
Pow haB instructed us to
dispose of his valuable residence on Burwell Avenue.
Full particulars may be
obtained on application to—
REAL ESTATE
INSURANCE  -
Cranbrook,   B. C.
PHONE 80
WHY    OPERATE I
Kay 19th, 1920.
Ceylon, Sask.
Dear Mrs. Almas:
1 had very good results with "Hepa-
tola." I think I passed about 100 or
more gall stones. I shall always tell
others the help I received through
taking your treatment.
Mrs. Norman Powell.
Price $6.50        Not sold by druggists.
MRS. GEO. S. ALMAS
230 4th Ave., S., Saskatoon,
Sask. 'Box 1073. Plione 4865
40tt
POULTRYJ
A, Anconns, Single Comb
U   Cockerels frnm $".50
CVour   rooster  Is   half
(lie flock
fl   See Hint it in  a  good
one
"   (hi' n bred to lay strain
A 1). II AM* ROW,
S Box 258
BAPTIST CHURCH
PASTOR W. T. TAPSCOTT
USUAL BBJRVIOBH ON
SUNDAY  NKXT
u a*m—-"Kingdom Invest-
ments."
Sunday School at 12 coon.
7.30 p.m. — "Sodom Invent-
nitmta."
YoUDg Peoplo'l Mooting on
Monday  ovoning at P  V-V*
Prayer   Mooting   on   Thursday al 8 p.m,
YOU AUK WELCOME
^S>
why it
IS HOOD
Pacific Milk has a flavor so
much like fresh, sweet cream-
Partly, It Is because <jf our
Improved processes, but much
is due to the milk itself which
comes from the famous dairy
herds of the Fraser Valley.
The quality ot Pacific Milk remains high, because the dairying standards are high, and undor no conditions would we try
t<> change this quality.
PACIFIC MILK CO, LTD.
ASH l.rnke Htreet*, Vancouver
FittoriMatAktotaftrt * Uimt
LIST OF WINNERS AT IMII1,
TRY SHOW
(Continued from Page 11
Turkeys—1 2 3, Mrs. Brennan.
Uooae, Toulouse—1, H. K. Jecks
Craabrook. African—1, Mra. Bren
nan.
Duck, 1 drake. T. K . W, Dodge
Cranbrook.
Rabbits, Flemidii—1 2 buck, 1 2 I
doe, Harrison, Fernie.
Specials
I. Challenge Cup, Hon. J. H. King
—F.  J.  Harbinsun, Cranbrook,
li. challenge Cup, Craubrook Poul-j
try Association—F. J- Harbinson, i
Cranbrook.
8,    Challenge Cun,  Fernie Poultry!
and Pet Stock Association—A. Peters
Fernie.
4. Novice Cup— R. Pennington
Fernie.
4a Silver Cun, Canadian Dunk of
Commerce—-A. Williams, Crnnbrooi1
5. Silver Cup, Cranbrook Courle
A.   Peters,   Fornie.
i.. Metal Uodgos ami Silk Rlbboua—
J. Cunliffe, Fernie.
7. Reduced facsimile as No. fl. - J
Cunliffe, Fernie.
8. Bronze Medal, "Canadian Poultry Review."— H. Blinstone. Fernie.
9. Silver Medal, "Canadian Poultry
World"—A. Peters, Fernie.
10. $3 Cash, Dr. S. S. Bonnell, Fernie.—A.  Cunliffe,  Fernie.
II, $3 Cash, Dr. S- S. Bonnell, Fernie—H. Blinstone, Fernie.
12. $3 Cash, Dr. S. S. Bonnell, Fernie—A. M. Beattie, Waldo.
Prizes in 13 to 17 Inclusive wore
donated by the Fernle Poultry and
Pet   Stock  Association.
13. $3 Cash—0. D. Halcrow, Cran
brook.
14. $3 Cash—F. J. Harbinson, oC
Cranbrook.
15. $3 Cash—W. Harvey. Cranbrook.
16. $3 Cash—A. Peters, Fernie.
17. $3 Cash—A. Williams, Cranbrook.
Prizes for 18 to 23 inclusive wore
donated by the Cranbrook Poultry
Association.
18. $3 Cash—A. B. Smith, Cranbrook.
19. |3 Cash—A. Wallach, Nelson.
20. $3 Cash—W. Harvey, Cranbrook.
21 $3 Cash—W. M. Harris, Cranbrook.
22. $3 Cash—T. H. Emmerson
Lethbridge.
23. $3 Cash—A. M. Beattie, Waldo
24. $5 Cash, presented hy Mr.Ml
E. Sainsbury, Cranbrook— W. Spence
Cranbrook.
Prizes for 25 to 2ft. inclusive, wero
donated by the Fernie Poultry ana
Pet Stock Association.
25. $2 Cash—CD. Httlcrow, (ranbrook.
26. $2 Cash—J. Cunliffe, Fernie.
27. $2 Cash—W. Walsh, Cranbrook,
28. $2 Cash—F. J. Hnrliiuson. of
Cranbrook.
29. $2 Cash—.A Wallach, Nelson
Prizes for 30 to 34, inclusive were
donated by the Cranbrook Poultry Association.
30. $2 Cash—A. Peters. Fernle.
81.   $2 Cash—H* Rlinstone, Fernie.
32   $2 Cash—R. Walton. Fernie.
33. $2 Cash—T. n. Em mer s on,
Lethbridge.
34. $2 Cash—T. Patterson. Crnnbrook.
35. Silverware, value $"-. by A. M.
Beattie of Waldo—Geo. J- Frelcli.
Lethbridge.
36. Poultry Regulator (Pratt's) -
W.   Harvey,  Cranbrook.
37. |5 worth merchandise, T. Ka-
ton Co., vtfnnlp*g—W. Harvey. Cranbrook.
38. Special prize by W. W. Kllby,
Cranbrook—John Johns, Cranbrook.
39. Pair boots, W. F. Doran. Cranbrook—R. Walton, Fernie.
40. Year's subscription, by Farm
and Homo Journal. Vancouver— W.
Harvey.
41. Box cigars, jas- K. McDonald.
Cranbroolt—W. Walsh.
42. 24 Ib. sack flour, Hedley ShftW
Milling Co., Medicine Hfrt—J. Pnttor-
son-
43. Year's subscription, Farm and
Home Journal, Vancouver— A. Williams, i
44. Year's subscription. Farm and
Homc--A. Williams.
45. 49 lb. sack flour, Western Canada Wholesale Co., Fertile and Gran*
brook-C, B.  Willis.
46. 29 lb. suck flour, Western Cannda Flour Mills, Calgary - \\'. J,
Dodge.
47. Cash prize, by Mr. (i. F.
Marsh — A. Wallach, Nelson.
48. Cash prize, by Mr. O. F. Marsh
A. M. Beattie.
49. Sack of corn, best turkey cock,
by J. Kerrigan & Co. — J. Brennan.
GO. Year's subscription to "Farm
and Home," for best turkey hou —
J. Brennan.
61. Ditto, for best drake, W. J.
Dodge.
62- $2.60 worth of merchandise by
Robt- Simpson Co., Regina, best, duck
ln show •— W. J. Dodge.
63- Year's subscription to "Farm
and Home," beBt rabbit — Harrison,
Fernle.
54. For beBt pair dresned chickens,
by Cranbrook Meat Market — H. Luscombe.
65. 49 lb. sack "Five Rosos" Flour,
by Western Canada Wholesale Co. —
H. E. Sainsbury.
56, Two years' subscript inn to
"Canadian Poultry Review," for boni
bird In any other variety by A.
R. Smith, Cranbrook — J. Uronnnn.
67.   Roll wire netting, best Anemia
male and female, by E. T. Cooper
CD.
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to Gbristmae
SUGGESTIONS THAT  WILL HELP SOLVE
THE    "WHAT TO GIVE"  PROBLEM
Xmas  Cards New Books  Magazines and Periodicals
Now is the time lo see our
Special NEW STOCK of Cards.
Prices from 10c to ">»<' each
Special frice in Dozen Quan-
tltles
By    well known authors,
such as :
Hall Caine     Moorhouse
Nellie McClung
Zane Grey       Basil King
I locking     Lady Byng
Etc. Etc.
All the same price throughout
the Dominion.
$2.11(1 per copy
HAND PAINTED CHINA
A new shipment of Hand  Painted   China    jusi    arrived.
Moderately priced   and well assorted.
TOYS AND GAMES
All the kinds the kiddies   like, from the mechanical toys
to Kiilitie Kars.        Games galore.
DOLLS
Moveable, Sleeping Beauties, with real hair.
Dolls are down in price this
year, but of good quality.
STATIONERY
Particular Stationery for
particular people.
Prices from 50a to $5.00 box.
Nicely displayed in Christmas boxes.
Place your order witli ns
for Special
Xmas Subscription!-.. We
carry a complete line of
English pap-
eri. ami periodicals.
What we
haven't got,
we will got
for you.
Chocolates and Candy
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IVORY
We know our Ivory Is the
most reasonable in town. Before purchasing be sure aud
look over our assortment. All
stamped French Ivory.
Prices from 50c to $14.00.
Everything from Manicure
files to Hair Brushes and Mirrors.
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Always Fresh
I the popular kinds —
Paterson's        Ganong's
Moir's .
Lowney's  . Melba
OUR HOME-MADE CANDY
IS A WINNER
Always fresh.    Put up in nice
packages from
per pound     J5c
HANDBAGS
Your wife will need a new Handbag for the
prosperous times of lil__. Let us show you a
few of our Canadian-made Goods.
Heal Leather, nicely lined.
GRAMAPHONES for the Home
A few dollars down — a few cents a day.
ANY MAKE YOV WANT — we sell them all.
If yoji don'l like our terms, why, you can
make your own terms. In case of sickness our
terms will be found more liberal than those of
most business* houses. Come in and hear all
about our payment plans, etc., etc.,
DRUGS
We specialize in Pure Drugs. This, along with
service, experience and certificates from bona-
fide Pharmacy Colleges counts for something.
WE TAKE OUR OWN MEDICINE.
Yours I'or
A SQUARE DEAL
HASLAM, THE DRUGGIST
Between the Theatres
Get your "CONFLICT" Seats early and avoid the rush.   On sale Dec. 10.
What You Don't
See, Ask For
68< 60 lb. sock blood meul, [or ln*H
heavy weight bird in show, by P;
Bimifl & Co.     F. J. Harbison.
59- Ditto, for bfest beavy weight
bird, by P. Burna & Co.— W. Harvey.
60. Ribbon Specials. Ly II. C. Poul-
iry Association to best male and female: Mediterranean, male. A. Wallach, female P. J- Harbin-son; American, male and female, A. Peters, Fernie; English, male and female, H-
Bllnstone, Fornie; Asiatic, male and
female, J. Cunliffe, Fernie; Hamburg,
male and female, II. E. Sainsbury; ornamental bantams, male and female,
J. Cunliffe; game bantams, mule and
female. T. li. Emmerson, Lothbrldge.
61. 24 lh. sack of flour, by Hedley-
Shaw Milling Co., best goose — Mrs.
Brennan.
iii;. S- cash prises, by Dr. Bonnell,
best black bird In show. H. Blinstone,
Pernio; best white bird, F. j. Harbinson;  best   parti-colored bird, A.  Pet
ers. Fernie.
judged all classes except the game
I bantams. Mr. F. J. Harbinson, of
| (.'ranbrook, judged tho game bantams.
IHIIDKIN'S COMPKTITION
12 boys and girls sent in entries, result as follows:    barred    Plymouth
rocks, 1 and 2 cockerel, l pullet, Cyrus Pow.    3 cockerel, 2 and ;t pullet,
J. Swan.    H. I. Reds, 1 cockerel, Emma Peters, Fernie; 2 cockerel, 3 pul-
] let, G. Rankin; 3 cockerel, 1 pullet,
j Ivy Dezall;  3 pullet, Kenneth Campbell,
i  Speclul Prises for lbi>V and Olrls*
Classes
i    Silver ('up for best cockerel    and
pullet, by F.  J.  Harbinson,     Willie
i Spence.
Fishing rod, best cockerel und pullet, by W. S. Santo. Willie Spence.
$1.00 for best White Leghorn cockerel, by J. Fennessey, Willie Spoticc.
Mr. S- H. Emmerson. of Lethbridge,
Silver medal,  best Leghorn  pullet,
by F. J. Harbinson, Willie Spence.
Special prizes of $1.26 cash by the
Women's Institute for: Best cockerel
in heavy breeds, Cyrus Pow; best pullet In heavy oreeds, Ivy Dezall; best
cockerel In light breeds, Willie
Spence; best pullet in light breeds,
Willie Spence.
JACKIE COOQAN,
"The Kid."
In "Peck's Had Boy," at the Star, on
Friday and Saturday of next  week.
COJtHECTION
Re Mr. Emmcnton's Birds en Show
Mr- Emmerson had entered his
birds for competition in the show. His
letter bearing the Lethbridge postmark dated November 26 did not reach |
the secretary's box before December
1. bearing post ofllce stamp of that
dale. It also bore another (.'ranbrook
post olllce date siamj) of November,
not dlscernable. The birds, a very
fine collection, were duly judged by
Mr. P, J, Harbinson, a life-long fan-!
filer. H. K. Sainsbury,
Secretary, Crunbrook Poultry     j
IKT *; Association.'
Brilliant
Lights for
Winter
Nights
The darlr hours are here—
but you can make them
bright by equipping your
office, factory and house
with Westinghou-se Lamps.
Westinghonse
HIGH  EFFICIENCY
MAZDA
LAMPS
Come in end see them
Electric Supply Shop.Cb'k.
^-e Perils sf Neglect,
Digestive ailments are frequently neglected.
People say "It's only a touch of indigestion-
it will go away." What begins as simple
discomfort is allowed to become a serious-
chronic ailment. Never neglect the treatment of digestive derangement. To relieve
disorders of stomach, liver, kidneys and
bowels, Beecham's Pills act promptly and
usually overcome the difficulty.   Take
BEECHAM'S J
PILLS   /
Sold everywhere n Caned*.
In boxet, 25c, BOc.
l^i^c^Sale of any Medicine in the World dE    SIX
tHE      CRANBROOK      HERALD
Thursday, Dec. 8th, 1921
..OVKltNMI.YI
AGENCIES
THROUGUOl.
1 PROVINCE
BEING  REORGANIZED
A  siiiri   ou   the
reorganisation  ol
gbvermnenl ageucl
a   wiili  a  view  to
"greater  efflclt ui y
umi   "economy1
bas been made,   'i I
e agencies at Ash-
croft, Yale and M
-iTin will in- cen-
trulizuil ut Kamlooi
b.   At ABlicroft the
assessor will be U
11  until tlie usaes-
sinetit work is  we
11 in    hand.    The
duties of raining re
corder at Vale will
Q Vll    '  Vll*   '   "ft fll        **y        '*'" '* " "'  ■ll"1  ■'■'     V"    V"    ty.s. .stlfis.    Ifftm ■ ■*y.-    1f—*[f—    Af—   -Aff    Afr-   -Afsn ,i*\f,n   ity,,,   m}fts*mJUmm   sfl&sptPt
W.D. HILL'S GENUINE >•
t
be performed from Hope, and tlie of-
flee elosed. Merrltt will be :i siih-
ugeocy of Kamloops, with une man ii
charge to take care of jinning, court
and otlier work,,and to act a-i custodian of the building. The men left at
Ashcroft and Merrltt will be tinder tlte
government agent at Kamloops anil
will report to lilm.
A government agency will he established at Pentlcton, and the agencies
at Fairview und Princeton will be
closed. The stalls al Qrand Forks,
Uieeiiwood antl Hossland will be cut
down to ono man In each case, who
will look after mining, laud and court
work. The government agent al Pentlcton will have charge of tho two
agencies to be chisel and ovor tho
sub-agencies al Qrand Forks and
Qreenwood, Hossland Will be a sub-
agency of Nelson, Already tliere Is
much protest being hoard, Qrand
Forks sentiment especially being load
In condemnation of tlte proposed step
which will result iu closing its government ollice.
IIIV1N COBB PRAISES
JACKIE COOGAN'S ART
f
(Uy Irviu S. Cobb)
Foreword: Irviu S< Cobb wrote tiie
titles und edited the Associated First
National feature, "Peck's Bud Boy,"
whicli features Jackie Coogan. Mr.
Cobb made the following statement in
writing, without any solicitation. He
said it expressed his sincere thoughts
and feelings for Jackie.
"Now that i have "fallen" for tlie
movies, as my many friends have Intimated, I personally verily their
statements. 1 have fallen and fallen
hard. My first duty was of official
caption writer for a picture featuring
a very little boy. Strictly speaking, 1
didn't write the captions for "Peck's
Bad Boy" (1021 model). They just
natnrally   wrote   themselves.
We met—the "bad boy" and I* And
wo had some lunch. And we spent
tho whole afternoon together—Jackie
Coogan and I. A.id then, stimulated
by the contact with the wonderful six-
year-older, wlio is half a baby and
half a genius, aud altogether a perfect
gentleman, I sat down and the lines
came—such lines, I fondly hope, as
Jackie  himself  might speak.
It is a rather wonderful experience
—this movie game Certainly tu mo
it was an unusual one—and to find
a baby young *tur who knows by some
instinct bow to act, without at tbe
same Mine being a spoiled child-actor,
who is as natural and sweet a child
of his ago can be, and yel lias tho
power lo stir our emotions, lo make
ns laugh and make us cry without
seeming to strain for effects.
To be sure, Jackie hus had tlie ad-
Vantage of serving his screen apprenticeship under the greatest genius the
talkless drama has yet provided-
Charles Chaplin—but I, wltll all regard for Mr. Cha,plln'S skill, nevertheless decline to believe that he is altogether responsible for his pupil's
marvelous artistry.
I don't believe that anybody ever
taught Jackie how to act. I um-sure
ho was born with it-—perilous the
kindly angels were his teachers, if
they were, I'll say they did a good
Job.
If he is spared—and lr tlie world
does not spoil blm—Jackie Coogan
should he in his maturity, one of tho
blithest spirits that ever gave unending joy to countless millions. Indeed,
ho Is already that.
"Peck's Bad Boy" will be shown at
the Star on Friday and Saturday, December lGth and 17th.
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flAZrtfOVA In "CAMiLLE"
At the Star, Monday and Tuesday
next week.
IF STOMACH IS BAD
LET MAPEl'SIN END
GAS, INDIGESTION
"Pape's Dlapepsln" has proven itself
the surest relief for Indigestion, Gases, Flatulence, Heartburn, Sourness,
Fermentation or Stom.ich Distress by
acidity. A few tableta give almost
Immediate -stomach relief and shortly
Hid stomach is corrected so you cun
oat favorilo foods wltiiout fear. Large
case costs only few cents at drug
ittore.    Millions   helped annually.
Will open on Saturday Next, DECEMBER 10th, at 9 a.m.
ANDWHENHILLPUTSONASALE   -   ITS GENUINE
UNUSUAL BARGAINS IN SEASONABLE AUTUMN AND WINTER CIOODS ARE OFFERINCI AT W. I). HILL'S STORE, AND WILL BE AVAILABLE POR A LIMITED PERIOD
MANY WILL TAKE THE OPPORTUNITY OF SECURING THOROUGHLY  HIGH GRADE MERCHANDISE) SUITED TO THE SEASON AT THE GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
OBTAINABLE AT THIS STORE.   TO SEE IS TO BBL1 BVE.   CALL AND SEE 1**011 YOURSELF TIIAT EACH SALE PRICE MARKED MEANS A GENUINE BARGAIN
WATCH OUR WINDOWS FOR ATTRACTIVE PRICES. EVERYTHING  WILL BE CUT TO THE  HONE. AXD MANY LINES SLIGHTLY DUSTED  nlll In* Sold III MAI V I'ltHT
ALL TO BE SACRIFICED AT 75c ON THE DOLLAR
LADIES',   MISSES',   AMI   HIII.IIHI.VS
I Suits, Coats, Dresses and Dress Goods, Whitewear, Sweaters, Boots, Shoes. Slippers and Hose, all to be Sacrificed
THIS MEANS A STRAIGHT SAVING OF ONE-FOURTH OFF THE REGULAR SELLING PRICES.    IT WILL MEAN TIIAT YOU CAN PURCHASE ANY FOUR ARTICLES
 FOR THE PRICE OF THREE WHETHER IT BE PRINT AT 350 PER YARD OR SILKS AT $2.75 PER YARD.
FURS
All our Furs will be offered
«it Sacrifice Prices.
The -j
cry  latest   models   In
Tli rows,
Hull's,  and  Collars,
Hie very
lntest models In Neck
Pieces.
Two Extra Specials
One Dozen
BLACK PLUSH COATS
Offered at
$32.50
Regular prices up to $75.00
Two Dozen
SERGE DRESSES
Sizes 16 to 42
Priced  regularly up to  $24.00
for
$14.75
DRESS GOODS IN ALL SHADES
PLAID AND CHECK DRESS GOODS—REGULAR $2.25 PER YARD. FOR
REGULAR $1.25 PER YARD, FOR	
 $1.(19 Per Yard
.■*■*.,,    05c Per Yard
Ladies' "Waists, in Voile, Georgette,
Crept* de Chine and other fine materials, all to go at one-half the regular
selling price. See what this means:
Waists seling regularly at $4 for $2.00
$5.00 Waists to go out at $3.50
Georgette Waists, regular $11.50
and $12.50 for $1.7,-. and $6.25
MIDDIES!   MIDDIES!!   MIDDIES!!!
Everything in Girls'   Middies,   Children's Middles and Women's Middies is
also to he included In the   •
HALF PRICE SALE
Special in Flannelette
We have FIVE HUNDRED Y A R D D OF
FLANNELETTE, white
and colored, selling regularly at 60c per yard,
whicli will be sold—as
long as it lasts—for the
very special price of
4 yards for $1,011
Less than Half Price
Corsets
Off
at One-Quarter
Regular Prices
Ladies'
Pall and Winter Coats
at prices that will nt once attract.
A Ladies $20.00 Coat for $15.00
A Ladies Hark Normandy
Coat, rcg. $15.00 for $88.75
Ladles Coats, $30.00 for $22.50
Ladies Coats, $60.00 for   $45.00
No two garments alike
——————————————————— V-i'M 9,£■
Ladies' Dresses'    m>d
in
Botany Serges, Tricotines, Silks
and Canton Crepes are to be
ottered at REDUCED PRICES.
Style and workmanship excellent in every detail.
We quote a few prices whicli
will govern:
A Dress regularly priced
$12.50, for $9.40
$20.00 for $15.00
$34.50 for   $2590
Call and look Ihis line over
while the sizes are co
mplete
45 Dozen House Dreses WIIILE TUIS SALB la 0N WE W1U*SELL
In Prints, all sizes and shadings, worth regularly   Q-.^       A QU&htlty of PRINT &t 25c yd.
$1.50, will be sold at    O^-V ' 7
Regularly mirth 40r per yard
Flannelette Blankets
Full Size, regular, per pair $3.90, Sale Price $2.00
In gray und white
TWENTY DOZEN LADIES'
SILK HOSE, in colors black
and white, regular price $1.75
per pair, to be sold out at the
special price, per pair — 9Bc
LADIES' BLACK, WHITE or
BROWN LISLE HOSE, regular 60c per pair, to be sold at
just about half price. Special
at 3 pairs for $1.00
20 Dozen Cotton Hose in
Black and White, Regular 45c, now   4 pair for $1.00
There Is much in dainty lingerie to attract the discriminating
lady shopper In this section.
Chemises, Camisoles, Vests.Nlght-
gowns and Negligees—adorned
with handiwork, laces and ribbons—a wide variety of seasonable goods, and a wide variety of
prices.
Whltestuffs for fine lingerie also by the yard—Nainsook, Voile
and BatistB—the sheer goods for
the dainty underthlngs.
All at a reduction of 25*;; off,
or any four articles for the price
of three.
Getting Back to
Pre-War Prices
HERE'S MOW WE'RE
HELPING
Merchandising mean s
knowing when to buy and
lu what .inutility, when to
sell, he It at a loss or gain.
Knowledge of merchandising lias made it possible for
this Store to go Inlo the
markets, to buy wisely and
well, and in rami to lower
the cost of merchandise to
its patrons to thc normal
level of tho good old days.'
SHOES
A Child's Shoe., regular $1.25, for ....     05c
A Child's Shoe, regular $2.00 for  1.50
All sizes In Misses' or
Hoys' shoes, regular
$8.00 far $2.25
All sizes In Misses or
Boys Shoes, regular
$4.00 i'or $8,110
Ladies Shoes, reg. $6, $4.50
Ladies Shoes, reg. $8, $11.00
Ladies Shoes, regular
$12.50 for $9.40
NO GOODS IN THIS SALE CAN BE CHARGED — NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES
W. D. HILL
THE LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S STORE   EXCLUSIVELY
Shop Now while Hie assortments ure
complete nnd new.
Shop   Now while  reasonable  prices
ussure renl economics.
Shop Now while It is seasonable for
shopping.
Shop Now when every purchase means
such a saving.
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T HE      CRANBROOK       HERALD
PAGE SEVEN
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on the grave of -\rner :'- ■ . wn
Warrior,     Mrs.   McCudd her
daughter Kathleen and son Maurice
with Sir Thomas Upton.
(2) Armistice Day in London; decorating Kelson's monument.
(3) The Prince nf Wales Bhaklng hands
with General Seeley on board H.M.9.
Renown.
(4) M rs. McCudden, mother of late
Major .McCudden, V.C., with h'-r daughter, on arrival on this side of thi
Atlantic.
tb) Ixird Lee of Fiirpha.ii. Kngland,
First I-ord of the Admiralty, a prominent figure at the Washington Con*
ference.
(6) A German gunboat, which has
been converted into a earn carrier,
photographed in Danzig Harbour.
(7) British delegate* al Washington
Conference.
(8) President Harding of l'ni^j.1 States.
(9) Secretary of State Hughes, who
eet the bal! rolling towards permanent
peace in tho America's disarmament
plan.
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COMMANDS FLEETS ON TWO
OCEANS
fMP&
The story of Mr. HopwotIIi's rise
Is on of ktoady progreiK. Hani work
was his program antl proawtkui hii
objective. Born In the Stales, he
rrotAMd to Canada In 1883 t*.i become
Auiatant Freight Agent of thr Ontario and Quebec lines of the Canadian Pacific. Promotion.-** followed
steadily until he now fiils the high-
eat poBt in the Company's itaamahip
•service, as chairman of the Canadian
Pacific Steamships, Limited.
Under his administration the
Canadian Pacific boat.-* did splendid
war service, carrying troops —
Aniacs, Americans and Canadians,
'to aay nothing of hordes of Chinese
'laborers to work behind the lines—■
'and vast store's of munitions and
'foods. A number were sunk but
■the Canadian Pacific quickly re-
Iplactd them and has since ' augmented its fleet until Mr. Boaw-Srth
Ami to-day thirty-two in operation
land two building. Among those recently acquired nre four ex-German
Ukfa__L Tha  Jtoeulg   Fxiadrieh   Au-
r isi, 9,M0 tons, renamed the Mont-
rcal, operated In the Mediterranean
service, the Prlnz Friedrloh Wit-
helm, 17.G00 tona, and the Kalserln
Augusta Victoria, 26,000 tons, renamed the Empress of India and
the Km press of Scotland, both being operated In the Atlantic service,
and the Tirpltz, 19,300, renamed
Empress of Australia, now being converted into an oil-burner, which will
ln» placed In the Pacific service together with the Empress of Cannda, Kmpreas of Asia snd Empress
of Russia, which will enable the
Pacific   to   maintain   a
w J£/eMAN .
/vr<e **jo»S
/Of/I?  /eSP mr~*J
'UtT£   flflQ   Of
CA*f*/t<90/#A*t  PAC/f/Q
fortnightly seirice between Vancouver and the Orient.
Mr. Bosworth Is a freat believer
In oil-fuel; all of the new ships burn
oil and the other large passenger
carriers are being converted into
oil-burners.
The steady Increase in the tonnage of the Canadian Pacific fleets
on both Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.
with the addition of great liners
suoh ss the Empress of Scotland,
tile Empress of Canada and the Empress of Australia draws attention
to Mr. George M. Bosworth, Chairman of the Company, which operates
this part of tho Canadian Pactfle
ayatein. page eight
THE      CBANBBOOK      HIBILB
Thursday, Bee. 8th, 1021
Don't Forget
81.00, $2.00 und #.'>.00
(OINTEKS
We have given the citizens of
Cranbrook and surrounding district some real good values in
the past, but this season will
ecllpae ull previous records for
exceptional values, ag we have
bought ull through the yeur in
order to convince the Christmas
shopper that a. good and reasonable article can be purchased at
our Jewelry Store.
W .H. WILSON
JEWELEII
. Local news.
Mr. ullil Mrs. Phil Qougcon returned on Saturday lust from their honeymoon spent ut the Coast.
Visitors' Day will be observed at
tlie South Ward School on Thursday
next the 15tli Inst, (rom 1.30 to 3.30
.p.m.
Leave your orders for Christmas
turkeys at the Cranhrook Meat Market—Phono 8.
Mr. Walter Fanning has been eon
fined to his hed for the past four
weeks with acute Inflammatory rhcu
matlsm.
MacDonald's
Grocery.
Sunkist Cluster liaising, per
package    *IOc
Almond Pas to, tin   35c
Glace.1 Pineapple, per lb. . $1.25
Grecian Currants 25c
Shelled Walnuts, halves, per
ib   75c
Shelled Almonds, lb. ..... 70c
Japanese Oranges, per box $1-35
Calif- Oranges, doz.   50c and 60c
Florida Grape Fruit, 2 for .. 35c
Celery, Lettuce and Sweet Potatoes.
Mackintosh Reds, Is, box $2.65
Jonathan and Wagners, 3s,  ...
per box $1.60
Cranberries, per lb 35c
PHONE  76
Pin- condition of the little daughter    Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Morris,
-UP SALE
OF
Men's Suits and Over Coats, and Women's Coats, Skirts, Suits,
Dresses and Underskirts
, And just at a time when they can be Appreciated
eity Items of interest
Insure with Beale and Elweli.
+   +   +
Tungsten Lamps— 15 and 25 watt,
45c; 40 and 50 wutt, 50c; 100 watt Nitrogen,  $1.25.     Our low prices   win
tfvery time. W. F. DORAN.
+   +   +
Leave your orders   for   Christmas
turkeys at the Cranbrook Meat Market—i'hono 8.
+    +    +
which has been such as to cause considerable anxiety for a time, Ib now
understood to be much improved.
Cranbrook bowlers on Thursday evening .played another tolegraphic
game with Nelson and Revelstoke, but
up to tlie time ot going to press tlie
scores have not. beon learned.
Dan Barrett, of tlie Y. M. C A., ts
one ot those who 1ms been suffering
from the .prevalent heavy colds. He
was taken to the hospital this week to
guard against any complications.
Arrangements for tho civic holiday
proclaimed for election day, Tuesday
last, seemed to misfire, and moBt of
the business houses remained open
for tho day In the usual way.
The members of tho Methodist Ladles' Aid will meet at the home of Mrs.
W. G. Morton, Garden Avenue, on
Tuesday afternoon next, December
13th at 3 p.m.
Mrs. D. Sweeney, of Kimberley,
formerly of the Ferris Mercantile Co-
of Rossland, and Miss E. Watkins, of
tho Bennett Rarch, Marysvllle, are
now on the staff of the W. D. Hill dry
goods store in this city..
Rev. and Mrs. R. B. Pow and family are leaving this week-end for their
new homo at Peace River, where Mr.
Pow is assuming tlie .pastorate of the
united Presbyterian and Methodist
congregations.
For exceptional values In Silver-
plated Pie Plates and Casseroles, you
should see Wilson the Jeweler's West
Window—ou sale Saturday morning at
0 o'clock. No plione or C-O.D. orders,
Cash and carry only.
A dance will be given by the Cranbrook Golf Club at the Parish Hall
ou Monday, December 26th. A committee of ladies have token the arrangements for the affair In hand, and
a completely successful function Is
looked for.
Some badly wanted bank robbers
are supposed to bo in hiding in the I
Bull River country. A number of deter lives aro in the neighborhood. —
Fernle Free Press.
+   +   +
The regular monthly meeting of tlie
city council  was  held  on Thursday
evening ot this weok, which almost aB» '-' "10 club c»te* >"". ha8 T"'
winds up its business for tht year,
though another meeting or two muy
Messrs. Gardner and Rouse an
nounce that they have opened up the
Went worth Hotel buffet and dining
room as the Dells Cafe and Quick
Lunch.       Mr. Rouse was some time
he necessary to wind tilings tip completely fur tho new council's advent.
THK   WEATHER   BULLETIN
Official thermometer readings at
Cranbrook.
Mln. Max.
Nov.   24    , ,   38 23
Nov. 25   32 39
Nov. 26      21 38
Nov. 27    33 42
Nov. 28 '  27 37
Nov. 29   21 42
Nov.   30       20 43
tho past few months on the .prairies,
while Mr. Gardner was formerly at
the White Lunch here.
Mr. T- J. Doris Is likely to.be confined to his home for some weeks yet
as a result of the brSken heel bone
he suffered recently. While working
on a scaffold** at the new Johnson
house three at work on the building
were thrown to the ground, some sixteen feet or so below, but Mr. Dorn>
was the only one to suffer hurt- He
now has the foot In a plaster cast.
Leavo your orders for Christmas
turkeys at the Cranbrook Meat Market—Phone 8.
WATCH
Our
Christmas Windows
December 15th
DELANY & SINCLAIR
I'hone 84
P. 0. Box 681
SBt~
ALL MENS SUITS DP TO $37.5(1, POR    #24.85
ALL MENS SUITS $-10.00 TO $47.fill, FOR 81.85
ALL MENS SUITS $60.00 TO $00.00    8(1.85
ALL MENS OVERCOATS UP TO $80,00    81.85-
ALL MENS OVERCOATS $82.50 and $35.00     27.50
ALL MENS OVERCOATS $37.50 TO $42.60   81.25
ALL WOMENS COATS UP TO $31.(10   81.26
ALL WOMENS COATS $30.00 TO $45.00  88.25
ALL WOMENS COATS $55.00 and $511.00   88/25
ALL WOMENS COATS $00.00 TO $05.00   46.26
ALL WOMENS COATS $75.00 TO $80.00 " 68.25
ALL WOMENS SUITS $45.00 AND $48.00  82.85
ALL WOMENS SUITS $07.50 AND $75.00     47.35
ALL WOMENS SUITS $90.00, for  87.35
WOMENS DRESS SKIRTS $10.50 TO $13.50     9.S5
WOMENS DRESS SKIRTS $15.00 TO $18.50    11.85
WOMENS DRESS SKIRTS $21.00 TO $23.00  15.85
WOMENS DRESS SKIRTS $25.50 TO 2S.50 20.85
WOMENS SERGE DRESSES $27.00 TO $29.50 19.75
WOMENS SERGE DRESSES $30.50 TO $39.00 28.75
WOMENS SERGE DRESSES $40.00 TO $40.00  32.75
WOMENS UNDERSKIRTS $2.50, FOR      -,,«,-,
WOMENS UNDERSKIRTS $3.00,    FOR             2.15
WOMENS -UNDERSKIRTS $5.25, FOR      3.55
SANTA CLAUS
Is Coming to Finks
on
Monday, December 19th
at eight o'clock in the evening,
Every boy and girl in Cranbrook is Invited
to be present. It will be ijecessary for each
one to have a card, and this year we will furnish
Ilie cards, so they will all be alike.
Now, boys and girls, come to the store and
get your cards, so that you can have them pro-
perly filled out when Santa Clans comes.
Santa Claus assures us that he has plenty of
new things for all the boys and girls of Cranbrook, so that no one will be missed, and we
would ask each and everyone to PLEASE DO
NOT RUSH. Santa Claus can only work so
fast, and pushing and shoving is not going to
make matters better, but worse, so PLEASE
help us' to get along without inconvenience to
you or any one else.
The cards are now ready.
Come to the Store and get your card.
THIS IS YOI U OPPORTUNITY OF PROCURING FIRST CLASS HOO IIS AT VERY GREATLY REDUCED PRICKS.
3 DAYS ONLY - THURS., FRI., SAT. » DEC. 15-16-17
At their last meeting, held on Monday of tliiB week. Key City Loilpo. I.
O. O. F., elected officers for the enmi-
ing term. The following are tho major officers:
Noble Orand   A- Wallace
Vice-Grand  It- P. Moffatt
Rec. Secy W. M. Harris, T.G.
Pin. Secy   H. White, P.Q.M.
Treasurer     F. O.  Morris
Installation of tlie new officers will
not take place till the New Year.
WANT ADS.
STi.II SECOND HAND STOBE
Phone t.
We pay th* best prices going for all
klndi of furniture. We buy anything from a moan trap to an auto-
mobile.
FOR BALE or RENT. — Six roomed
cotjtaj-e, full-y modern, fu-rnace,
bath, etc. Apply ln first instance
at Herald Offlce. 41
COME IN AT ONCE
and go through our TO Y and DOLL Departments
WONDERFUL DISPLAY OF MECHANICAL AND USEFUL TOYS
IMI
FREE
We have been Instructed by
the "Eureka Vacuum Gleaner Co. to give away with each
"Eureka" Vacuum Cleaner,
sold between Nov. 19th and
Dec. 24th, one set of c eauing
attachments free. ThlB Ib
your opportunity to secure
one ot these High Class "Eureka" Vacuum Cleaners at
a very low price. Let us put
one away for you for Christmas. »
PATMORE Bros.
SANITARY   and   HEATING
ENGINEERS
m
Special in Dolls
10 inch Dressed Dolls, with hair and
eyes, each   45c
12 inch Dressed Dolls, with hair
and moving eyes, eaclt   (10c
Iti inch Undressed Dolls, wiih hair
and eyes, each    75c
30 inch Beauty Dolls, beautiful hair
and moving eyes. Last year's
price $24.00, on sale now ut .. #11.00
Also all kinds of Dolls from 10c lo #2.50
each, unbreakable.
We have the finest and lowest priced
Dolls ever shown in Chanbrook
since 1914.
Splendid Assortment
of
USEFUL GIFTS
For LADIES and (IKNTLEMKX
Dresser Sets ■ Toilet Sets - Sewing llnxcs
Handkerchief Muxes
Centre Pieces    -    D'Ollcys    •    Scurfs
Neckties    -    A i ni Im nils   ...   Suspenders
Shaving Sels     -     Jl Hilary Brushes
Mulr Nets ■ Fancy Embroidered lliimlkfs.
ami  hundreds  of oilier  useful  (lifts nt
very low prices — nil put up In ileal
Christ inns Hoses
Beautiful Display of Colored Cut Glass
REDUCED IN PRICE 50 PER CENT.
ABOUT 85 PIECES LEFT—CAL1 IN 1.AKI.Y AM) GET A GOOII CHOICE.
HAND PAINTED FANCY CHINA    DINNER SETS    TEA SETS      SUGAR    AND     CREAMS
AND BON BON DISHES AT ROCK BOTTOM PRICES.
Shop early to avoid the Xmas Rush
Moffatt's Variety Store
MAIL   ORDERS   PROMPTLY   FILLED

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