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Array JUB PRINTING
We are well equipped tu
torn out the beat class
of work.
fv
»-egl.l.tive Asseaiw,
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THE CRANBROOK HERALD.
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(UIANKROOK.   HIUTISH   COLUMBIA.   THUBSuAY. OOTOBEB 16, 1918
NO. 4J
NEFF FOUND EIIILT! OF
Ml'HIHIlt   TRIAL    AT NI3LSON-
citahlbs nrpf i:scai>ks
CAPITAL   I'KNAl.TY  KOU
MCHI-Klt Ol<' KHNKST
TWKIU.
Nelson, M.r., Oct. 18.—Guilty of
manslaughter won tho verdict nf tin*
jury fust night at tin* I rial nf Chas.
Neff, dunged with tlw murder of
Ernest Twigg at Krickson nu August
llth. Deliberation.*) of tht* July oo-
ctipitd one hour ami thirty-live minutes. Sentence was deterred by Mr.
•Tiistice Macdonald until the close of
tlie assi/es. Tht* maximum fo im
|ii;isoiitiit*ni for lift1,
To th« contention of A. M. Johnson, counsel (or the defence, that the
evidence indicated that Twigp had
been killed by a blow from tin1 box
with which hu defended himself when
attacked by Neff with a hammer iu
the road gang's tent and that bha
lack of intent tn kill was shown by
tlie fact that NelT, when found leaning over the deceased nn the ground,
had used what nne witness described
as a persuasive tnne when he said, In
effect: "Get up, you're not dead,
Krnie." ('. It. Hamilton, crown
prosecutor, argued that the murderous intent, had clearly lieen shown
ami that whether the blow had heen
received from the hammer direct or
indirectly from the tox did not affect
the case. The motive was shown
very plainly, lie cnntemlcd. Up to
August llth the two men had been
good friends, hut on that evening
Twigg's suggestion that he had been
sponging on the others for drinks had
rankled and the accused had determined to get even, Mr, Hamilton
referred to the threats made hy ac
ctised and urged the jury to find the
prisoner guilty on the capital charge
In bis charge to the Jury Mr. .Jus-
lice Macdonald dealt, with murder and
manslaughter as defined by the criminal code and complimented both the
crown prosecutor and counsel for the
defence for the manner in whucb thev
had conducted tlieir eases. His lord-
ship'touched upon tbe circumstantial
evidence in the case and directed the
jury to consider all the facts and circumstances and the relations between
the parties. He touched upon the
evidence, impressing upon the jury
that'it was entirely for il to decide
as to what had occurred.
Counsel for the defence resumed
cross-examination of .1. I.. (J ilia id
when the morning session nP»'ned.
IIANM.K OF   HAMMER BROKEN,
A. Silver, who was in the tent
when the attack was made on Twigg
by accused, told of thc incident in
the bar or the hotel when after lhe
others present had treated Twigg bad
said. "Let's have a ilrink on Charley Neff." They had their drink,
Neff refused to pay for it and Twigg
said: "If you're not man enough to
pay for it I will," and did so.
After Neff returned ttt the tent lie
told TV-teg "''■' hfi vM" going In
brain him and began the attack with
the hammer. He recognlfcd the
hammer produced*, which hail a broken handle, as that found ou the
morning after the tragedy where
Twlgg had Mien,
He told Mi John-am the hammer
hud been found tb.* next morning
nhout where Twkg had fallen. Ou the
irtuht of the killing Constable Forrester and others hnd searched hy lantern light (or lhe h.iuvmer, but with
out success.
•II.I. ORT YOt) YET."
DEFENCE CALLS DOCTOR.
l>r. L. K. Horden, called by the defence, stated that if „ blow had turn
.shuck wilh the hammer produced on
the point where Twlgg was struck
the skull would have lieen badly fractured and he would have expected to
Xind the hammer head in the skull.
Me thought it very probable from Ibe
description nf the wound given by
Dr. (lieen, who attended Twigg, that
a part of Ihe hov used by Twlgg to
defend bimscll had caused the Injury,
Cross-examined at length by Mr.
Hamilton. Dr. Ilonlm said lliat although u doctor would he In a bolter
position In speak nf tlio condition of
the skull if he bad made a post mortem he had secured ,i very good idea
of the condition from the evidence, of
I>r. Green.
Dr. W. 0. Rose, » McUill medalist,
declared that lie thought it impossible that tin* handle of ,\ hammer
such as that produced could have been
broken on a skull, ji could hardly be
broken on an anvil. Such a wound
und depression in the skull could not
have lieen made by a hammer with
a direct blow and a blow in a slanting direction would have made the
s'cull depression oval rather than circular. If the blow were sufficiently
strong thi' wound might easily have
heen caused by a corner of the box
forced into the skull by a blow from
some other source.
Cross-examined, he said from Dr.
Green's evidence he had not been able
to picture exactly thc shape of the
depression. A very thin s\ull would
lie likely to take the form of the. instrument used.
• Jess Wiles, road foreman, who was
in charge of the gang at Krickson,
described the hammer at the -jamp.
Sam Brooks der'aicd that Pwij-y
hat! told him he did not like Neff belt use be would not buy a drink t nd
that before thd night was over lie
would tell him vihat he thought of
him.
Later witness saw Neff all dressed
up as it he were going away.
Asked to pick from the exhibits the
hammer NelT had in his hand in tbe
tent he selected a cold set and., said
it was a shorter handle than the
hammer produced by tiie prosecution,
which was a building hammer.
The jury: J, W, Holmes, foreman;
Archibald Campbell, II, II. Crofts,
KoLcrt Andrew, It. ,1, Campbell',
James Malcolm, A. O. Drown, \V. R.
Campion, W. IL Allen, C R. McDonald, Sam Ici Fawcett. D, 0.
Thomas.
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li! THANKBOrVIKG.
PAINTERS AT CRANBROOK
LADIES' AIO FAREWELL TEA
PRESENTATION    AND ADDRESS
'IH)  MRS.   ROBERT   BROWN
ON HBR DEPARTURE
KOR MEDICINE
HAT.
SCHOOL   TBISTKKS     WILL   BE
SNORT OK MOM-.Y - NEW
STHKKT I.KUIT GRANT-
LI) - BY-LAWS
l'ASSKD.
Regular Ootobor session nl tho city
council was held al tin* city hull on
Monday afternoon, Mayor Bowness
presiding. Present, Aldermen Leask,
Clapp, Kennedy and Carr, City Clerk
T. M. Roberts, Mngineer O'Hara and
ire Chief Foster
Minnies   of previous    meeting was
nd and approved.
(>u motion of Kennedy and Leask
the us*: of the mayor's room was
granted to the Cranbrook Agricultural association to tbe end ol the year,
fret* of chary. j
A letter from the city solicitor re
the, Benedict water application was
received and filed. I
Communication from the Vancouver
(lateral hospital was received and re-'
ferred to thc city solicitor.
Petition for a street light on the
corner of Harold street and Lumsden
avenue was received, signed hy sev-,
era! of the property owners, and on fforks nvJau
motion! was granted, Th" Cranbrook Electric Light company was
instructed to have the light placed
ready for use by December 1st.
A. E. Jones; of .Tones and Doris,
appeared and asked permission to
build a spur track from the C.P.R.
across Van Hornfl street and Cranbrook street to their warehouse, Tbe
C.P.R. tracks would be Intersected
near the Cranbrook .lohliers and the
C.P.R. had granted permission. The
matter was laid over for further particulars.
Report of the finance committee
was rend and the following accounts
ordered paid:
Beattie-Murphy Co      3.60
P. Burns and Co      5.70
IL C. Livery       1.50
B. C. Gazette     25.00
Canadian Fairbanks Morse Co.    11.25
City Livery     53.50
Cranbrook Drug and Book Co.     8.35
Cranbrook Trading Co      8.95
Cranbrook Sash and Door Co.   24.9(1
Cranbrook Foundry Co  .   38.80
City engineer's pay roll    1113.80
Cily Clerk sundries   105.05
City officials  295.00
Cranbrook Steam Laundry ... 1.80
Cranbrook Electric Lij*ht Co. 203.10
Cranbrook Cartage and Trans-
Li     Monday, October 20th, 1013,
lj is Thanksgiving   Day, and the
j«;   business men   of the city will
jgj  observe the day by being clos-
H ed,    Special Thanksgiving Ber-
[i]  vice* ,ir.' announced in tlw var-
!■)   iotis church's on Sunday.    Anil  other   bounteous     harvest   is
.inst    being    garnered  in and
Canadians    have much
thankful for   ihis vein —a year
ol progress,   health and httppi
ness.     Canada     has riot   been
affliotod vwili     war, pestilence
or devastating siorms mi'l thr
citizens have followed the pur- [g
suits of peace unmolested nnd  [h]
bountiful   nature   has   poured  di
out     with   lavish     hand   tlw  [!
fruits of Husbandry and Indus- |R]
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ARCHITECTS ACTION DISMISSED
IMPORTANT   JUDGMENT   IIAXO-
Bli DOWN   BY HIS HONOR
JUDGE THOMPSON.
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m n a ii !■] ;*] ii ;«; ®m 11 ■; > ■«:
could he given by the city this vear,
Tbe report of the city engineer was
read and filed.
City clerk was instructed to again
notify those water users in arrears that water would be cut oil and
to promptly cut off nil who did ■ 1
pay.
Bylaw No. 127 entitled "Water
fixing charges for
thawing at S3.Oil each time, payable
in advance, passed first and second
readings ami after discussion by the
council as a committee ou the whole
was read last lime and passed.
Bylaw No. 12K entitled the "Local
Improvement Hale Bylaw," fixing
rates for assessments against property for cement sidewalks was introduced, read a first and second time,
iKscUsscd by the council as a committee on the whole and finally passed last reading-
Bylaw No. 120 a "Local Improvement Debenture Bylaw," was introduced, read first and second times.
Council resolved itself into committed
on thc whole with the mayor in the
chair for the discussion of Hie bylaw.
Bylaw passed third and last reading
Council adjourned.  /
it and d force nf painter*
and decorators ha\c hern busy at the
Hotel Cranhrook for the past two
IP weeks coiirplelcly refinishlng the
g] whole Interior. Tli'- hotel has been
co iipletely renovated from top to
bul loin ami every room brightened
with new finish. The work started
in tbe office, Which was lltted with a
new metallic decorative ceiling, then
the dining room was touched up and
now every room, hall and nook of
the big hotel has been gone over   by
the decorators,     li ns thai     we're
finished with wall paper have been
ci iletl inside with heaver board aii:l
kaisomliied, nol only adding in tho
appearance, bul creating warmth in
winter and malting ibc rooms much
more ibsiralilc from a sanitary
standpoint. Then* is now absolutely
no place where dusl can collect.
Th1 bar room, the sample rooms,
Ihe parlors, the library and writing
room present a very inviting appearand* ami add to the comforts o.'
Ctvn'irooii's    I a'lili'i      hotel. Mr.
({mi. Hoggarth, the genial proprietor,
Ibrouph years of experience in his
chosen profession, is well acquainted
with the demands of the travel.ing
public and gciwro sly foresees and
conlrfbutis everything hr ihtfr welfare In advance. . His popularity
with the "knights 0f lhe grip" nni
bis good accommodations have made
Cranbrook a popular stopping plaee
with the traveler tin the road and
those who make regular trips through
the Crows Nesl Pass.
Thompson lias recently   reu-
very important decision con-
FORMER MEMBER   OF LKfilSLA-
Tl'RK AND   INDIAN AGENT
MARRIED TO MISS FLKM-
YN(i OF TORQl AY.
Judge
tiered a very important decision con- Nakusp,   B.C., Oct. 14.—A wedding
i eniiug architect's fees in the ease of ,uuk place here today of especial In-
Hticbcroft vs. Leitch,     Iu this    ease terest        to     Kootenay     old-timers
Mr. P. E. Wilson appeared as counsel ."id   indeed,   to   British Columbians
for   plaintiff   and   Mr.     Thomas T. throughout the province.    When Rob-
Mceredy for   defendant.      In making ort Leslie Thomas Galbraith, pioneer
bis finding the judge states: merchant,      e\-M.P.P.,      prominent
The facts in the case I find to be churchman, and for many years inns follows: One Waller, a contractor dian agent lor Kootenay under the
and cement builder, approached tbe Dominion government, arrived in
defendant with the suggestion that town yesterday, bis visit was looked
the defendant should mold a house, upon as a periodical official one. His
The defendant at first said he c uid true mission, however, was secret
not make up his mind, hut later told U|lt'1 lhe arrival of the steamer Roan*
BODY FOUND ON SAND BAR
DISAPPEARED    FROM      RANCH
NEAR KOOTENAY LANDING
MONTH AGO-VERRICT
ACCIDENTAL DROWNING.
A. K. Stewart said lie was |n the
lent during the attack on Twigg
tht-re and slept through tt.
Unitv Itimell, who was at the
hotel on the night of August llth,
staled that be had heard Twigg tell
Neff to "put Up his dukes and light it
out," and Intel lu* had heard Neff
say, "I'll gel you yet."
Cross-exnmined, he said there wns
enough! light from the lantern when
Twigg was picked up for Ibe hammer
to hive lum seen if it bad been under
Ihe body.
Walter Mall, proprietor of the
hotel, said be iwird NelT say to
Twigg on th.* ground after the attack: "Come on Ernie, get up, you're
not hurt." Fearing Neff would get
away he had knocked him out.
Dr. Green, of Cranbrook, descrihed
the wound (Tn Twlgg's head. He was
cross-examined by Mr. Johnson as to
Hie possibility of Twigg's wound bavin r te'n received through a blow
from the l.ox with which he defended
himself against NelT in the U*nt.
Counsel for the defence pressed witness on the point as to wMher a
direct blow from a hammer such as
the one produced hy Constable Forrester would not hnve gone right
througn TwIrk's s'tull instead of
■imply fracturing it.
The Ladies Aid Society of the
Methodist rhun-h gave an afternoon
tea at the home of Mrs. !■'. A. Hill,
Harden avenue, Saturday, October.
llth, in honor of Mrs. Robert Drown
and her mathei, Mrs Carrol, in the
form of n farewell before leaving for
tlieir new home in Medicine Hat, Mr.
Hrown Ijeing transferred to the gas
city a few weeks ago by the C.PR.
Mrs. Drown being president of the
Ladies Aid was presented with a
beautiful pie plate set in silver, the
presentation being made by Mrs. J.
It McNabb, while Mrs. .1. T. Sarvis
read the following address:
Dear Mrs. Brown:—
The members and friends of the
('ranhrooh Metnodist church I todies
Aid Societv learn wilh deep regret of
your depasture from our City to Medicine Hat. We feel we cannol say
goodbye without assuring you of our
appreciation of your unselfish and ile
voted service to lhe chunh. You
have always Shown greal interest in
the \id and your willingness to help
at all limes has won tor you the es-
leeiu of all. Also Mrs. Carrol, who
was always icady und willing lo do
her part. We trust her health will
be much improved and that in your
new borne you will alt enjoy health,
happiness ond abundant prosperity.
Please accept this little gift    as  a
slight token of our esteem nnd tender
regards in which yon are held nnd we
earnestly pray thai  the blessing    of
God will ever Ik* upon you and   your
family.
Signed on behalf of the Ladles Aid.
• Mrs. .1. R. McNabb,
Vice-President.
Mrs. .1. T. Sarvis,
Secretary.
After tlio reading of the address   a
dainty lunch was served and a pleasant time   .spent, although all regretting the   departure   nf these    ladies
from our midst,
fer Ci
City Transfer Co	
Dofeall, F	
Davis Bros. Electric Co.
Eas>t Kootenay Lumber Co.
Fire department payroll ...
Harts, S. F. Co., Ltd	
Herald Publishing Co	
King and Green  ., 	
Kootenay Telephone Lines
Manning, Ira 	
McBride, .1, D	
Mennic. .1. s	
Police pay roll 	
Patmore Bros	
Parrelt, T. N	
Parks, F. and Co. 	
Prospector Publishing Co.
Quath Electric Co	
.School board payroll ...   ...
School    hoard   order   (R.
Racklyeft) 	
Ward and Harris 	
St.00
234.50
12.00
12.35
5.00
Creston,    Oct.   12.—The    hotly  of
Celestin Noel,   who disappeared from
Kootenay Landing on the night      of
2(10.00  September 13th, was discovered    on
1.25   Friday     by Richard   .folding of the
4.00   Canadian Pacific railway bridge   and
■ H&.00 building department. Jobling was
. 20.05 jn a boat recovering a pile that had
.   34.32   gone adrift when he noticed the body
■ 2(1.80 laying on a sand bar HO feet from
. 18.00 shore on a small island one-half mile
„ 305.00   below   Kootenay   Landing. Constable
4.50   Forrester,   of   Creston,   was notified
"••M   and went  down   aud took   the body
..   55.02   to Sirdar, where an inquest was held
3.15  on    Saturday    morning   by Coroner
4.SO   Hmderson,   of  Creston. A   jury
..l« 18.71   composed of John    McDIarmid (fore-
»• man) Louis Leamy,   Thomas Rogers,
■ IflMU   .Samuel Bysouth, W. D. Toyhcy    ami
2 2*»   William .1. McCabe brought in a vor-
Sewerage account. | -rtic-t     of   accidental    drowning.   The
body, which was in a badly decomposed state, was taken lo Creston
for burial. The deceased's parents
Hie at St. Laurent d'Or leans, Quebec,
Pay roll 	
City Transfer Co,
Cranbrook Foundry
Mcllridc, .1. D	
McCreery Bros. ..,
Parks, F. and Co,
The olt) clerk was InStruCVtd to
notify the school trustees of tbe
state of Iheir account, .v.iieli had a
balance of about SHOO, and to Inform  I bei;i
. 1588.85
. 25.00
. 120.00
. fi.88
. 2.10
..    10.15
Geo. F. Stevenson    aud family arrived home from   the east the latter
end of lasi week.     Mr. Stevenson is
much improved in health nnd is again
that   on   account of the   filling the position of manager at the
financial    stringency     no   as-dsiincc   Cranbrook Jobbers.
ARENA RINK LEASED FOR YEAR
IL JOHNSON,   NEW PROPRIETOR, ANNOUNCES SKYERAL
CHANGES FOR THE
SEASON.
W. H. Johnson has leased the
Arena Rink for one year. He was the
manager of the rink three and four
years ago and as thc business was a
.success under his management believes he can make it successful for himself. He will take over tlie building
immediately and intends to make
some improveintuts in the interior
before opening for tbe winter, (letter
accommodations are to be provided
in the dressing rooms, lb* will also
furnish a refreshment booth, where
refreshments will be served during
lhe winter when skating is on. Other
interior improvements will be made,
Mr. Johnson slates that he intends
lo meet the public in every particular
and furnish a first-class amusement
rink.
He will make every effort to have
ice its early as possible a lid hopes to
have a long season tbis winter. He
announces that the price of season
tickets will be reduced lo the price
which was formerly charged, (6.00
for gentleman; $3.00 for ladies, and
$10.00 for family tickets. These
season tickets will he on sale about
the first of December.
An effort will be made to form a
first-class hockey team also in connection with the riii1-'- Mr. Johnson
hopes that thc local skaters will get
busy soon and form their club so us
j 1 f» he in readiness as soon as it-e is
'available. Cranbrook has had gmnl
hockey teams in former years and
with everyone taking a little interest
in the game, ., good team could Informed here this winter and some
good Bporl afforded visiting teams as
well as the patrons (,f lhe game.
Wall.-r   that     he thought   be   would
build.     Wal'er then suggested      tnat
he would get plans drawn up bv   lho
plaintiff,    to     which   the   defendant
agreed,    believing    tbat the p lam UN
aud Waller were in partnership.      \t
the time   when he had  this conversation    with   Waller he told him most
explicitly that he was prepared      to
pay for a house   from $3,000.00       to
$3500.00, but that he might go       as
high as $1,000.00 and that so f..r   as
the plans   were   concerned   lie would
pay for them if they were used, otherwise he would return them.    Waller
then went to plaintift and arranged a
meeting.     In his conversation    with
ihe plaintiff he did not say specifically what Leitch   was prepared to pa\
for a house, but he did tell him that
Leitch had (1200.00 to finance      tbe
building.     At a meeting      at      the
Cranbrook hotel   several preliminary proceeded
plans were shown   to th*-   defendant.
who chose   one and  spoke    of      the
cost   of   building it.       Very   vague
ideas of the cost of building od these
plans   were pfven   and the defendant
said that   he   wanted to know    bow
much the thin*   would cost ^nd      to
land from the north, when a lady dis-
cmbaiked at   Un- wharf ami was met
by Mr. Galbraith and   a tow friends.
The      party     went to   St.    Mark's
church, entering tbat edifice to     the
strain ol   the    wedding march    from
"Lohengrin."   ptayrd b\ Pr   Lavctte.
The marriage   service of the Episcopal church was conduoted hy Rev   S.
H. Pblllimorc,   with    Mt   (lalbraith
and Uiss Ella Balfour Fleming, late
of Torquay,   England,   as principals.
The bride was    given awa) by L. .1.
Edwards, while    Miss Florence     Edwards acted as bridesmaid,   tbere lw-
mg present also 11   L.  Rothwell and
Mrs. Edwards, all old fri-nls of   the
groom in early Kootenai days,     Immediately after the conclusion of the
ceremony toe church bell pealed forth
the news and the happy couple     returned to tbe waiting steamer      and
on their   way     to   Fort
Steele, where they   will reside, amid
the deafening noises of    tin* steamer
whistles, winch were repealed by the
whistles   of     other     tugs and   mills
around tbe bay
Mr. Galbraith is a pioneer of pioneers in    Kootenay,    having lived at
get out the plans and specifications Fort Steele 43 years, and represented)
and let him know what tbe cost KooU-nay district in tbe provincial
would be.     When tbe plans and spec-  legislature in      ths third and fourth
ideations were prepared the cost of
tlte house was estimated at $7,000.00,
whereupon the defendant left tbe
plans at a local store to be relumed
to Huchcroft or Wal'er. The artion is
brought by the plaintiff to enforce
payment of bis fees as an architect.
Tbe Question in my mind is that
having the figures $4300.00 impressed
in his mind as the amount Leitch had
to finance the building, and b.-,i.g employed to do work of a scientific
character, ought he not, as m prudent
man, before comimnring bis wor'*>
have ascertained what priced hous;
the defendant intended to build* The
only case 1 have been able to find in
any way bearing upon this question
is that of Moneypeimy v. HartUnd,
I C. and P. 132. 2 C. and P. 378. In
the first report Lord Chief Justice
AhlKitt is quoted as saying: "I think
it of great Importance to tlw public
lhat gentlemen iu the situation of Th,-
plaintiff (the plaintiff was an architect and engineer) should know that
if they make estimates and do not
use all reasonable care to make themselves informed, they are not entitled
to recover anything " I think that
the plaintiff, having tlie sum of
$1200.00 in his mind, and being
ployed to perform work of
which he had an int4mate knowledge
and of which tlie defendant had none
and the wort*; being of a scientific nature, was negligent in that he did
not acquaint himself with tlte price
which the defendant was willing W>
pay for the construction ol the
building, and I find tliat as lu* has
prepared plans of absolutely no value
lo tlte defendant because thev are
plans of a house of practically double
the pi ice wh;ch the defeplant was
prepared to pay, the plaintiff cannot
therefore recover. The action therefore will Ih- dismissed with costs.
OPENING OF THE PANAMA CANAL
l''ml I'oltcy, W. A. Ili.lllns, Cory
l)a>w nnd Robert .sincliiii were on n
Hulling trio tn St. Mary's Into Oi<-
lirst nl Mir wifk. Thi-y ivpnrt Unusual llsbiiuian's laart.
At tin- owl nl Ihis scent Is tlm (lambon ilyki- which u.is blown ii|i am October Hit li lay an electric spark
transmitted hy President Wilson Irom Washington, eighteen hundred miles away. This explosion made way
(or tin- complete connection ol th© waters ol the Pacific and the Atlantic, an.I Ibcrchy Joined two greal lilRh
ways ol commerce.    It took IU7 charges of dynamite to do the trick.
wm m nni m
I. M. b. K.
TIk- Utiles Aid Society nl the
Methodist church art- hnlalini; a
lia'aar on Saturday afternoon, October lath in tin- lly.' V.M.C.A. Alter-
naaon tea will lie served Irom 3 to 5
and Thanksgiving dinner .served from
.1.30 to 7.
MENU.
Cold Meats.
Mashi-d Potatoes   and lloslon   Baked
Beans.
Salads and Pickles.
Iliead, Hauler ami Rolls.
lellles and Cake.
Tea and Coflee.
Admisiioa to diaaet, Me.
parliaments from 1878 to l*8li.
MCIEST ORBER OF FORESTERS
Court CranbrooJc, No. 8<M3, 0f the
Ancient Order of Fon-sters, held its
regular meeting on the »th instant in
the 'armen's hall. A goodlv number of members were in attendance
to hear the report of District Chief
Hanger A. K. Dapen, of lethbridge.
u di-lepan- to the huh court meeting
held in the eity of London, Ont.,
from August 21th to 28th. From
his report we learn that Forestry Is
showing a steady increase in the
west and that the officers of tbe
high court have decided to give the
western prolines all their attention
in order to encourage the already established courts and also to stimulate organizer* in opening new ones.
The city of I .ond* m pre a royal
welcome to tbe officers and delegates to tbe high court meeting and
all praise is due to the effort* of tlie
citizens of l.ondoi, m making the
event a memorable one to all in attendance.
Brother A. K. Dupeft'a report was at
lengthy one, but was nevertheless
listened to very attentively; his remarks regarding Court ('raobrook
were mainly in the rapid growth "'
the membership ^ml what pleasetl
him most whs to hear tlie secretary-
read three new applications for membership and uy tbat foor candidate*,
will be initiated at the next regular
meeting night
His remarks were responded to by
Chief Hanger I Mobauchlw, of tb«
local court, wbo, In chosen words,
thanked llro Dupen for his report
and the good urort thti be gnd the
other western delegates have done to
further the interests of Forestry in
Western Canada.
.Speeches and songs by tlie members
of the local court were then tbe
order of the evening, even member
taking part in the programme and
special mention should be made of
Bro. -I. Sims, from Crow's Nest,
who gave several songs whi'h were
all gieeted with encores.
The evening then came to a close
by the sinking of "Auld Lung Syne."
"Socialism—promise or menace?"
\h the title of an article in oni* of th«
magazines this month. Mont people
consider it both. Certainly at the
average Socialist meeting one bears a
thousand promises and as many
threats, without a single practical
suggestion. If anyone should happen
to ask mc, I think f WoOld define
socialism as an eicuse for not washing. That's the way If looks to Uie
outaMei. a
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CIANBR00K,B.C.t October llth, 1913
EDITORIAL NOTES
Factories running half time and
wages being reduced, and the government piling Up a fllty million dollar
surplus looks like an anomaly, but
tliat wnnl isn't strong enough.
The Brandon (Man). Daily Times
has suspended publication. The Times
Is the third western daily to give "p
the ghost within the past few
months. These papers were started
during the real estate boom day*, and
nourished for a time, hut there was
no real demand tor them. Thc field
was in each case already occupied,
and tin* result was that as soon as
the easy money days were over, the
-superfluous publications fell by      the
Prankel's abattoir and cold storage
proposition is being voted on in Kernie today. That point seems to
have been the point of strategy and
his storming of Cranbrook in aid of
his proposition was merely to be used
as a lever with which to pry Ml
wishes out of Fernie. The Fernie
papers state lhat Cranhrook was prepared to give him "the earth" it be
would locate here. In this case
Cranbrook plays the role of good na-
tured goat.
It has been repeated so often in
lho papers that it has become a
standing assertion that Cranbrook is
the hest town in the country. The
type may be a little worn on the
edges but ib still carries a large
measure of truth. Out of town visitors constantly repeat the assertion
that other points are suffering much
more than Cranbrook from business
depression. This eity is now on
good substantial basis and tlte      re-l classes
PRINCIPLES OF LIBERALISM
GOVERNMENT OF THE PEOPLE,
BY THE PEOPLE, KOR THE
PEOPLE.
The principle of Liberalism is trust
in the people qualified by prudence;
Tbo principle of Conservatism is
mistrust of the people qualified by
fear.—W, E. Oladstone.
A man's political faith like his religious   faith    lacks tlw    vitalizing
germ    unless    he cau "give a reason
for the faith that is in htm."   It is
true lhat in     politics as in religion
one is "born     to the faith."     As is
put in pinafore:
Every boy and every 'girl
That's horn into this world alive
Is either a little Liberal
Of else a little Conservative.
Hut, the Liberalism or the Conservatism that continues to be founded
on the accident awl the prejudice of
birth, that believes in "my parly and
my father's party right or wrong"
is the real cause of thc discouraging
inertia of public opinion that often
allows the self-interested few to
practically control elections and governments, that prevents or retards
reforms and makes of a free democracy a bureaucratic tyranny- Liberalism is a positive reasoned belief
attd every Liberal should be able,
apart from opinions as to the government or the issues of thc day, lo
justify his faith according to cardinal principles of good government. .
What are the fundamental distinctions between Liberalism and Conservatism? The words themselves
embody the respective historical attitudes of the two parties toward
the main function of government.
liberalism is in essence the problem ol realizing liberty. It seeks
the setting tree of the mass ol the
people in regard to self-government,
trade, religion, educa-tian, industry,
in all the manifold ramifications of
society. Conservatism, on the other
hand, means at bottom restriction.
It means the conserving of vested
rights, the centralization of government in the "governing classes,"
setting the brakes on social progress.
The function of government is to
define the rights of the individual
terms of the common good and to
think of the common good in terms
of the welfare of the individual. In
the case of Liberalism the emphasis
has usually been on the "common
good."    In the case of Conservatism
the emphasis is usually on thc "individual." Historically the particular "individuals" have belonged to
tho authoritative or vested interest
Their   motto   has    .been
AMERICAN WOMEN ARE PRE-EMINENT AS ACTORS AND SINGERS
The pre-occupatiun of most American men with business has thrown
tlie development of American culture
largely into the hands o( our women.
The civilization of this country might
in a sense be characterized as a feminine civilization. On the whole,
an average     American     woman has   skin" "disease, It stops the smarting.
cords     show    tliat    there have bcenj«iwhat wc have we hold." Liberalism
fewer failures in husiness than in a"V  llils tound its main support in       thc
other city of the size in Western Canada, These changes are usually the
result of tho settling down process
of any western city, the merging
from a lumber jack town into an
embryo young city, which necessarily
eliminates those concerns Which are
nofi conducted along efficient lines
with an eye for the needs of the
trade as it- changes with the transforming conditions.
CANADA FIRST SAYS LAURIER
I.C Canada, an able French journal
in Sir Wilfrid Laurier's confidence,
has lately discoursed on an extensive
conspiracy against Canadian sentiment. This plot is directed hy
Lionel Curtis, an Oxford professor,
in association with Lord Milner.
They work on the millions which
Cecil Rhodes lelt und on the millions
contributed hy armament makers
eager to lure all dominions into navy
building. They stimulate the zeal of
a myriad agents and SUb-agonle. The
push Tory professors into colonial
universities. The Navy League, thu
Overseas Club, the Victoria league,
the Daughters of tlie Empire, the
Empire clubs are some of their more
obvious traps. Tliey stretch their
nets from London, through Montreal,
Toronto, Winnipeg, Ottawa, Calgary
Vancouver, Victoria, etc., entangling
little and big Canadian social climbers. Over them all sits a London
Junta, the Round Table dub, founded on the Rhodes gold, hent on "Federation of tlie Empire." laurier
WAS the obstacle tn their success in
this country. To beat him they
lavished vast moneys. Over that
victory they raised howls of triumphant glee. They have bought out liberal papers in Canada secretly, and
turned them insidiously to account
"It is," says Le Canada, "an immense conspiracy which must be vigorously fought." That appears
Laurier's programme. It has become plain to him that the time is
ripe for resistance according to his
old maxim of "For Canada first, last
and all the time."
masses. Thc natural result has been
that legislation with each party, has
been mainly for the classes their
leaders represent.
Liberalism recognizes that the
teaching of history shows that progress is more continuous and secure
when men are content to deal with
great reforms piecemeal than when
they seek to dessroy root and branch
in order to erect a complete new system which has captured the idealistic
imagination. But its grappling with
reforms is continuous, Conservatism, while believing in "the god of
things as they are," has usually
grappled with reforms under the stimulus of an increasingly feared and
potent democracy. Liberalism has
had to wrench Irom Conservatism responsible government by thc people,
manhood suffrage, equal taxation,
the right of like opportunity lor all
classes of the community. Conservatism has clung to precedent, tlte
established order, the old authoritarian basis of government and has
yielded but slowly aud as ;l rule only
un compulsion.
Liberalism is ordained of thi
common people and sprang from ,
common resistance to the oppression
of arbitrary and self-centred Tule.
Conservatism had its birth in the
doctrine of thc Divine Right of
Kings. Tbe main battlements of
privilege and vested authority have
been won by Liberalism through centuries of struggle. The fight of democracy for freedom, for equality of
opportunity and for substantial Justice to all individuals of the commonwealth still goes on. There are still
inequalities of taxation to be righted,
the oppression ol vested interests in
trade and industry to lie overcome,
monopolies and trusts to be regulated, the rights ol society as a whole
to be asserted to the wealth that depends upon its own collective enterprise. The increase of the well-being of tbe masses does not appear to
be by any means proportionate to
tlie general growth ol wealth. In
this sphere of economic legislation,
Liberalism still has, perhaps, its
greatest work to do. The welfare
of the common man at the common
task is its first consideration.
Government of the people, for    the
people, and by the people is thc    es-
AW0NDE8FULDISC0VERY
An eminent scientist, tbe other day,
gave his opinion that the most wonderful discovery of recent years was
tbe discovery of Zam-Buk. • Just
think! As soon as a single thin layer
of Zam-Buk Is applied to a wound or
a sore, such Injury is Insured against
blood poison! Not one species of
microbe has been found that Zam-Buk
does not kill!
Then again. As soon as Zam-Buk
Is applied to a Bore, or a cut, or to
more culture and more interest
literature and art than her average
brother. Twelve girls receive musical education as against one boy.
Music is one of the beneficiaries of
this feminine devotion. Too much
credit can hardly Is* given to womens
clubs ami musical organizations for
their support nnd advancement of
music in the United States. In matuy
towns women bring about the introduction of the study of music in the
public schools, Thc federation of
women's musical associations has
laid out systematic courses designed
not only to instruct, but to encourage original composition.
The projuction of music for children is considered a fine field for the
musical creativeness of women. Caroline .1. Bond, of Chicago, has won
world-wide fame as a composer ot
simple little melodies for children.
Mrs. Estetle Ions, of New Orleans, is
another famous and successful worker
in the same sphere She is characterized as "especially happy in, the
composition of melodies to accompany poems that hold her fancy."
Frances Crosby, the blind composer,
had long ago secured international
recognition through her hymns, and
Mary Elizabeth Williams became
known -among evangelists an the
Jennie Lind of sacred song.
American women since 1836, when
Charlotte Cushnvan made her drama-
tie, debut as Lady Macbeth, have
won honor all over the globe for
their genius in opera and drama.
London in the late fid's pronounced
Cushman the greatest success in
English theatres for half a century.
Mary Anderson achieved unique then-*
trical success. Maude Adams,
Ethel Barrytnore, (iertrtirie and Max-
inc Elliot, Mrs, Flake, Julia Marlowe
and scores of other American actresses have brought glory to their country through their work 0n the stage
Emma Abbott and Clara Louise
men to succeed as singers. Mme.
Nordica is one of thc sweetest singers of America who is loved in Europe as well as in the I'nited States.
Mine. Nevada, of California, won her
supreme successes in London and
Paris. (rcraldine Ferrer scored
splendidly with critical Berlin from
the start. Jessica Clement, who is
singing this season with the Boston
Opera company was successful in
Vienna, the world's musical ctntcr,
and will be heard at thc Auditorium
theatre. Wednesday, October 22nd, in
thc "Beggar Prince," a real comic
opera.
"A BACHELOR'S HONEYMOON
Vancouver is making plans for thc
1916 convention of the American Mining Congress and in connection with senoc of Liberalism
it a great mining exhibition at Hast- First principles must first be groupings Park during three months of cd before a man can be either a good
that year is being discussed. This citizen or no intelligent adherent of
will be a splendid advertisement of the Liberal party. The application
British Columbia's mining resources, of these principles to tho problems of
Mining experts of the continent Canadian politics in relation to na-
would he shown every mineral from tional, imperial and world-wide In-
salt to platinum, all produced in, this terests is tbe work* of the Liberal
province. party in Canada.
That Is why children are such friends
Of Zam-Buk. They care nothing for
the science of the thing. All tbey
know 4b that Zam-Buk stops their
pain. Mothers should never forget
this.
Again. As soon as Zam-Buk Is applied to a wound or to a diseased
part, the cells beneath the skin's surface are bo stimulated that new
healthy tissue Is quickly formed. This
forming of from healthy tissue from
below li Zam-Huk's secret of healing.
The tissue thus formed Is worked up
to the bin-fare und literally easts off
the diseased tissue above it. This in
why Zam-Buk cures are permanent.
Only the other day Mr. Marsh, of
101 Dolorlmler Ave., Montreal, called
upon tho Zam-Buk Company and told
thorn that for over twenty-five years
he bad been a martyr to eczema. 1Mb
hands vera at one time so covered
with sores that he had to sleep ln
gloves, * Four years ago Zam-Buk was
introduced to him, and In a few
months It cured him. To-day—over
three years after bis cure uf a disease
he had for twenty-five years—he is
still cured, and bas had no trace of
any return of the eczema
All druggists sell Zam-Buk at 50c.
box, or we will send free trial box If
you send this advertisement and a lc.
stamp (to pay return postage). Address Zam-Buk Co., Toronto.
U.ED
Leonard Darlington Williams, aged
one year and seven months, died at
the home of Mr, and Mrs. Evan Williams on Armstrong avenue, this city,
last Thursday, October 9th. The
death wns a particularly sad one, as
the little fellow had fell into a tub
of water on Tuesday afternoon and
death resulted from the effects. Funeral services were held on Saturday
afternoon at two o'clock, Rev. Thom-i
son, pastor of the Presbyterian
church, officiating.
The man who marries an actress
and introduces her to his spinster
sister as thc governess, got into all
sorts of trouble, especially when lhe
wife finds he is thc fond parent of
twins, aged seventeen years. A maid
servant with detective proclivities
and a "due in her head," a German
friend who nurses secret sorrow, and
is looking for some one to put sweet
flowers on his grave, and many other
characters, make "A Bachelor's
Honeymoon" the funniest play seen in
years. It will be presented here tomorrow (Friday) at the Auditorium.
Dainty, vivacious and piquant Rose
Ainsworth will tic seen in tbe leading role ini this great Hoyt play.
This offering, which is now in its
sixth year of success, is a most pretentious one and the production complete in evtryi detail, regarding costuming, scenic equipment and electrical display, The supporting company is a capable one and Justly deserves the support of the thcatre-
gOtng people.
HELSQM WILL PURCHASE STREET
RAILWAY
MEMBERS    OK   CITY COUNCIL,
STREET RAILWAY DIRECTORS AND HUSINESS
MEN DECIDE.
Nelson, Oft. 13.—The joint commit Ut ot the members ol the city
council and street railway directors
and the business men formulated a '
plan lor the purchase by the municipality ol thc street railway system.
The city Is to pay the stockholders
fifty cents on the dollar for each
share issued and will operate the sys-
tern. Payment will be made in twenty-year five per cent debentures. A
bylaw to guarantee the new bond issue hy the company was recently defeated and the decision of the Joint
committee, which Is expected t<> meet
with the approval ol the electors, is
tlie result ol numerous meetings on
the subject.
CHURCH COLUMN
THANKSGIVING SERVICE.
The congregations of the Methodist, Presbyterian and Baptist
churches ol this city will unite in a
service of Thanksgiving on Monday
morning next at 10.30 o'clnc't in the
Presbyterian church. The Joint
choirs will lead the music, and t»*n
minute addresses will be delivered a.i
follows:
"The Providence of God" 	
  Rev. W. Bison Dunham
"The Causes for Our Thanksgiving''
 Rev. O. E   Kendall
"The Prospects   .Arising out of -iiir
Prosperity"    Rev. W. K. Thomson
The public arc invited lo the service.
METHODIST CHURCH.
Rev. W. Elson Dunham, pastor.
Sunday services: The pastor will
preach at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.
Morning subject: "The Hiding of
Providential Power."
Evening subject: "Confidence in
God."
Special Thanksgiving music will be
rendered at both services.   A cordial
invitation is extended to all.
' I ■
CATHOLIC CHURCH.
Sundays—Low mass at 8.30 a.m.;
high mass, 10.30 a.m.; Sunday school
from 2 to 3 p.m.; Rosary and Bene-
-fiction at 7.30 p.m.
Mondays and holy days ol obligation—Mass at 8 a.m.
Week days-Mass at 6 a.m. at the
hospital.
P. Plamondon, O.M.I.
, I    ■   -
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
Pastor, W. K. Thomson,
Morning service,   11 a.'i
Prayer.
Subject.
Draft
Excluder
is the name our
MR.  HAYNES
uses.    We   also
call it
Weather
Strip
Lots
ot   it
Btouk
SEE OUR WINDOW
Solo— Selected
Miss ('oilings
F. Parks & Co.
Hardware and House
Furnishings
CRANBROOK ■ B. C.
S. S. atul Bible class, 3 p.m.
Kvening service, 7.30 p.m. t;
"A Pilgrim's Psalm ot God."
Anthem by choir, "Swtiet fo
Mercy."
Scats, free to all.
Everybody welcome. Tame.
.object:
Thy
BAPTIST CHUltCH.
Thanksgiving services will lie observed throughout thc day. Special
features ol the day will he a Decision Day in which a number of our
young people will express iheir decision to live the Christ an life. A
One Day's Income for Missions will
hy tlhe monetary expression of
Thanksgiving. Special music will
he rendered at all the meetings.
Morning service, 11.00k. Topic of
sermon: "My Life's Decision—A
Thanksgiving Offering."
Sunday school, 3.00 p.m.
Fellowship Bible class, 3.00 p.m.
Evening service, 7.30k, A, Baptismal service, Topic of the sermon.
"My Life's Consecration—A Thanksgiving Offering."
A cordial invitation is extended tr
all.
* *>
CARD OF THANKS.
On behalf of Mrs. Williams and myself I wish to thonk the many friends
who were so thoughtful and kind
showing to us their sympathy in our
hour and trial of bereavement
through the loss of our child.
Everett Williams.
ORDER   EARLY
Exceptionally Beautiful
Designs are being
shown at the
Herald
Office
Call in and see them
AUDITORIUM
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 22
ONE
NIGHT
EVEK JOYOUS COMIC OPERA,
IN THREE ACTS
"The Beggar
Prince "
20    -     SONG HITS
20
BEAUTY CHORUS GIRLS THAT SING
GIRLS TnAT DANCE
PRICES        -        $1.00, 75c, 50c
Seat Sale at Benttie-Murphy's Drug Store
Pictorial
Review
Patterns
Ilalsall & Co.
LADIES', MISSES', ANO CHILDISH S OUTFITTED*
Armstrong
Ave.
New Fall Dress Goods
and Silks
T
HE women ot this city wbo make most of their
clothes, realize the advantage of choosing their
ilress materials early. They have learned from past
experience that early choosing is also best choosing-
When you buy your dress pottem early, you get it fresh
off the bolt, while there is still all the newness and freshness
to it you could possibly desire.
In the matter of cost, the same moderate prices rule now
us they will during the entire season.
Wo also call your attention to our superior showing of
SILKS and TRIMMINGS.
Come and look over these. Wu are pleased show them to
yon any time.
An Opportunity for a
Reliable Man in
Cranbrook
We have some Gilt Edged Original Prairie Townsites
(not sub-divisions), which appeal to the intelligent investor, and we intend to put on an extensive advertising campaign in CRANBROOK as soon as we complete arrangements with a first-class man, who can follow up inquiries.
We mail the district thoroughly. The right man who will
apply himself can make tbis a permanent and very profitable position. Apply H. W. McCurdy, 602 Temple Building, Toronto,
MOST POPULAR SCOTCH
BLACK AND WHITE
FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS
RADIGER & JANluN, LTD.
British Columbia Agents
VANCOUVER - - B.C.
JOHN O.  MITCHELL, TAXIDERffl5T
mounted GAME HEADS PISSiv
BIRDS AND ANIMALS AND PUR MATS
JOHN O. MITCHELL, Prop.
P. O. Box 134 CALQARV, ALTA.
A Good  Home |
is what is dear to every man. A home
is where Peace, Comfort, Contentment,
and Plenty is found. That is the reason
men throughout British Columbia, when
"Cranbrook" is mentioned think of the
provisions Jos. Branlt has made for an
ideal home at the
Canadian Hotel I
A population of no.iMiii.iiiiit within
ti'ii years for Canada was tho .prediction made fn a London -speech by
Premier McBrldo or liiiiish tolunv
liia. Ho spoke In a most optimist it*
vein of Hie development in store (or
tlie country when thti new railways,.
thc (Irand Trunk Pacific, Uie Canadian Northern, the Pacific Oreat
.•.astern and the extensions of tlw 0,
P.K. system are open.
CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF
MUNICIPAL   VOTERS   LIST FOR
1014.    '
Householders am) Liccnscholajers
aro reminded that il they wish to
appear on the Municipal Voters List
for tlte forthcoming year, they must
make the Statutory Declaration required by law as to their qualification,   etc., during the   month ol Oc
tober. This declaration may be
sworn to before any Notary Public or
Justice of Ms- Peace. The City
Clerk will also take the d.vlnratltui
of those wliaa wish to do so at his
ollice.
TWOS,  fat. ROBERTS,
t'lty fieri*
Cranbrook, II.C,
October 7th, 1413. I1-3D
OIMKBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
District ot South East Kootenay,
TAKE NOTICE that Joseph
lllake, ot Wasa, B.C., occupation
Parmer, intends to apply 'or permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a Post planted 40
chains east of the south east corner
of Lot 11014, thence east 80 chains,
thenco south 20 chains, thence west
80 chains, thence north 20 chains to
plaee ol commencement, containing
160 acres, more or less.
Joseph Blake,
per James W. Blake, agent.
Dated September 24th, 1*13.    40-H
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mm
The only building material that has not inaeased
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CANADAPoriiwid cement
ll makes concrete lhat you caa depend upon lot satisfactory multt, whether you ass il hr a slo
or a tardea walk.
High quality sod low price are rude ponible by efideat wgnnizebon sad  aisaAffrhg
ecoooamieai due lo a large and growing demand.
See dial every bag ol cement yon buy bean lhe "Canada" Ubsl-k » jroui guarantee
slmjahiiina
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Writ, fir tfnt nfy •/"» '"> " *** <*» f*"mr Cm Dl ITith CimtriU."
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
AND HEALING
IS     CHRISTIAN     SCIENCE THK
SPIRITUAL SUCCESSOR OF
THE GIFT   OF HEALiNQ
IN THE EARLY
CHURCH ?
Editor Herald:
Dear Sir: In the first letters of
this series we admitted Uie te^iits In
■healing obtained by Chtl iti' \n
Science. We reiterate wtth emphasis that some of the results ot Christian Science are little less :lmn i.iai-
velloiis. Hut, in Justin* to othi'i
phases of mental heating we a»e constrained to say that equally imarvellous results are obtained ijy thorn.
We hope to speak of this later. Christian sciencoe unequivocally affirms
that it is tbe legitimate offspring oi
spiritual union with Clod, that thc
miracles of the Hible and of the early church are to be explained only
upon this hypothesis. Moreover, it
affirms with all boldness its claim to
be tlie true church of Christ, because
it is literally and spiritually fullitling
Uie promise of Jesus in Mark 10.17.
"And these signs shall follow them
that beliupe: In my name they shall
cast out devils; ihey shall speak
with tongues; they snail take up serpents; and if tbey drink any deadly
thing, it shall not hurt them; theyj
shall lay hands on the sick and they
shall recover." l#t us illustrate
this..., Here is a poor hotly grievously afflicted with a wasting, tormenting illness. Say he is tt member of
some orthodox church. His patriot
has Wilted him, comforted him,
prayed with him. The physician of
highest repute in the city is attending him without apparent success,
The mental healer calls and assures
Wm that he can be cured, for many
others   hav* been.      But tho patient
does not believe in Christian Science.
The heater assures him that belief is
unnecessary; he win lie cured without
it. The physician is discharged as a
dismal failure; all drugs are banished. The heal.T liegins her work,
first by direct, present treatment,
then by absent treatment. The patient speedily feels better; the acute
aspects of the illness disappear, lie
finally recovers and, PRESTO!!
Cured without drugs!! Healed without even faith!! By their fruits ye
shall know tbem!! A convert to
Christian Science!! The patient,
characteristic of all sick, supremely
desires to recover his health. He
does not tarry to inquire it his cure
fits into tlie conditions and methods
of healing Used by Christ. Christ
required faith to be healed, lie bas
been h'aled even without faith,
therefore the evidences of its divine
source are nt proportionately greater
value.
Christian Science will claim this
cure was wrought in thu power of
JtiMf Christ, or at least by the same
means he performed his. .lesus performed His miracles hy the direct
creative power of Cod through the
Holy Spirit. In 1st Corinthians
12:1-11 we have enumerated some of
the spiritual gifts of lhe early church.
Among them is the gift of healing.
In verse 11 these gifts are bestowed
by the Spirit, "l>i\itliug to every
man severally as he will I As the
Spirit wills). In verse 28 of the
same "And (iod hath set some in the
church, lirst apostles; secondarily
prophets; thirdly teachers; after that
miracles; then gifts of healing, etc."
It will Ih* observed that all these
gifts are important, but tlicir im*
portance is not of equal degree. The
Spirit presents the descending order
of rank thus: Apostles, prophets,
teachers, miracles, healing, etc This
order coincides with the secondary
importance .testis gave lo his mirac
les. His Supreme mission to earth
was to bring the Kingdom of God
to men; to Seek and to save lost
sinners.     While it was foretold      he
would perform miracles, Jesus himself said lie performed them primarily for their evidential value, that ho
came from God, was tbe Messiah.
Reb. John 10:25, 37, 38, 12.37.
(Christian Science would have us believe the supreme mission of Jesus
was to heal the sick). The conditions involved in tlie reception of any
gift of the Spirit were: First, upon
tho side of the disciple, that he
should be living in harmony with the
will of God, "Doing all things that
are pleasing to him"; and secondly
j that it should be the will of thc
I Spirit to bestow a gift upon him,
j Hut, tho supreme mission of the
j Spirit was to reveal .lesus Christ to
men. John 16:7-14. The threefold
work hy which he would reveal
Christ to men was "to convince (con-
! vict, reprove) them of sin. and of
righteousness, and of judgment." Or
to paraphrase the thought: To convince man that he was a sinner and
unrighteous, and under judgment for
his sin.
Tbe cures performed by Christian
Science arc either the direct, power
of God, by, the Holy Spirit working
through them, or it is not. In the
name, and in the presence of our
Blessed God and Savior, we affirm it
is not.
Christian Science as expounded by
its text book of so-called revealed
Truth, is diametrically .opposed to
God, to Jesus and the Holy Spirit.
Christian Science denies God a Personality, making Him principle, impersonal Heing.
Christian Science denies the reality
of God's creation, branding as a lie
his formation of man from the dust
of the earth.
Christian Science denies the reality
of sin, and thus opposes tin* Spirit is
Mis work convincing man that he is
a sinner.
Shristian Science says man cannot
sin, that God did not create him
with capacity to sin.
Christian Science affirms that
Jesus came, not to save sinners from
the penalty of sin, hut to save them
from the SENSE ot sin, or sinfulness.
christian Science denies the sacrificial death of .lesus tor sinners.
Christian Science denies that Jesus
died at all.
Christian Science denies the resurrection of Jesus, for He only SEEM-
ED to have died.
Furthermore, are Cnristinn Scientists fulfilling the commission of
Jesus mentioned in Mark 16:17? "And
those signs .shall follow them tbat believe." They d0 not and cannot
cast out devils, because devils are
only false beliefs, errors of mortal
mind. Tliey cannot speak* with new
tongues, but they do speak with
strange tongues if we can believe
Science and Health. They do not
take up serpents without harm more
than others. Thoy do not lay hands
on the wick and restore them by the
[tower ol God, but they do by another power of which we shall speak in
our next letter.
0. E. Kendall
OOOD PONIES FOR SALE.
Cheap. —Apply Herald Ollice.
Phone 18. tt
He died before his dream was ful
filled. Monument near Panama to
the great master mind whose ideas
gave birth to the plans for the Panama Canal. Hut he didn't live I
see its fruition. The sculpture gives
his name "Luoion Houaparte Wise,
He was born in 18*1-1 and died in
IMS. Thc Panama Canal is expected to revolutionize freight traffic
east and west jn Canada and the
United States.
GIL LETTS LYE
EATS DIRT
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
A controversy is raging through
many columns of a local contemporary, the Cranbrook Herald, on the
merits and demerits of the above religion. The attack is made, we regret to say, by the Rev. Kendall,
Baptist minister of Cranbrook,
whilst the defence is written by E.
W. Widdowson. of Nelson. We arc
sorry for this controversy; no sane
person desires to sec one religious
body, who arc world scattered and
doing good work; "mud slinging,"
for it can be termed nothing more or
less, at another body of religionists
who, if nothing else, are sincere in
their faith, respected to a degree in
every community among whom they
abide, and who certainly carry out
thc adage of "minding their own
business" to perfection. Wc under
stand the controversy is being well
taken care of and for that reason w
curtail what we originally intended
to deal with somewhat fully.
We care not what religious body it
may be, we contend that the act
attacking another or attempting to
expound to lhe general public the
errors of thought or judgment on the
part of another, particularly by the
pastor himself is infra dig and not
closely allied to true Christian
spirit,—Nelson I ndependent.
FRANK DEZALL
Agent for
INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO. S
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Rates 11.00 anil up per day
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HARRY F. BAER, Secretary
PILLOW HIVER
UNCLE KNEW.
Hits Rose AinaworUt, who will appear with "A Bachelor's Honeymoon,1
at the Auditorium tomorrow night.
Little Jfonmy came to Toronto
from his northern Ontario home,
where colored folks are hardly ever
seen. One day wahen be was out
walking with bis Uncle Bob, tahey
happened to pass a colored woman,
and thc following conversation took
place:
"Say, uncle, why did that woman
black her face?" said Jimmy.
''Why, she hasn't blacked her tece-
that's her natural color," said uncle.
"Is she black like that all over?"
asked .Mmmy.
"Why—yes."
"QoBh, uncle, you know everything,
don't you?"
WATCH ACT.
NVitlcc ol Application lor thc Approval of Works.
TAKE NOTICE that the Crows
Nest Pass Lumber Co., Ltd., will aP-
ply to Ilia- Comptroller of Water
Rights for the approval of thc plans
ot tho works to be constructed for
the utilization of the water from
Little Hull Hiver, which thc applicant is, by Water Permit No. 300,
authorized to take, store, and use for
fluming logs.
Thc plans and particulars required
by subsection (1) of section 70 of thc
"Water Act" as amended have been
filed with the Comptroller ot Water
Rights at Victoria and with thc
Water Hecorder at Cranbrook.
Objections to the application may
he (lied with the Comptroller of
Water Hinhts, Parliament Buildings,
Victoria.
Dated at Cranbrook this Ith day of
October, 1DI3.
T. T. Mceredy,
ancnt for W. K. Ourd.      41-4
Agent for the Applicant
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WW failure MANUFACTURING aaaal
* w COMMERCIAL Capiul (altera un-
rivalleal oppurtuaailies for money
making INVESTMENTS. BUSINESS anal
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RIVERS. GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC, PACIFIC
anal HUDSON BAY. and other railroada. in the
centre of a LARGE RICH FARMING and TIMBER DISTRICT, the natural supply point for the
WONDERFUL PEACE RIVER COUNTRY, and
the RICH CARIBOO MINING DISTRICT. In.
aurea tha future of Wla-LOW RIVER. Write
now, taa-day, for free maps, Plata, etc.
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(Succeaa.ar to tt'. F. UI'RD)
Barrister, Solicitor, and Notary
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CRANHROOK,   B.C.
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& NISBET
Barristers, Solicitors ind
Notaries
Money to I.aaan
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DRS. KINO & 0REEN,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Olios al Ratsldeaoe, Armatrmi tn
OFFICE HOURS :
Forenoon .... I.ot to 10.Ot
AUetnax.es ■ - - I.Ot to   4a.fl
Evenings .... 7.11 to   I.N
dnndaya .... I.M to   I.M
CRANBROOK :■    ii    mm    B, *.
DR. P. B. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE   HOURS:
I to 11 a.m.
1 to   I p.m.
7 to   I p.m.
omee In Hanson Block.
'RANHKOOK ■       ■        - B. C
Cranbrook Collage Hospital
MATERNITY   Oil   UENEItl.  MUSING
Phone 269
P. 0. Ho\ B4
Terms on Application
MRS. A. SALMON,
Matron
Garalrn Ave.
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J. Q. CUMMINQS
IRRIOATION ENOWEEI
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND
SURVEYOR
Cranbrook, B.C.
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p o.Hoiiia
Tel  Naa. I«
LAIDLAW & DE WOLF
Civil aid Hlallr, Esflseers
British Celasaeia tail Sarx>or,
CRANBROOK    -      B. C.
W. B. Beater. Tm aaal Pfciala.
aj.eeer.ea a. q
Phone 34.) P O. Box Ml
F. M. riACPHERSON
UNDERTAKER
Norbury Ave., neit to City Hal!
Day Phone 233 Night Phone 351
Frank Provenzano
General Merchant*
Employment Agent*
CRANBROOK     -     B. C
P. 0. MX 104 MtONI 144
CniAlNBROOK  LAND DISTRICT,
Dislrict of South Kast Kootenay.
TAKE NOTICE that .lames W.
Blake, of Wasa, D.C, occupation
Farmer, intends to applv for permit.-j
Blon to purchase the following dee*
eribttl lands. j
Cuiium-tinuy al a pout planted at
the northwest corner of I.ot 11010,1
flroup One, Kootenay District, |
thrnoe west ■»(. chains, thence south
40 chains, thence east 10 chains,
thence north -10 chains lo place of
eommenmnenl, containing I'iO acres,
more or less.
•lames William Blake.
Dated September 24th, 1818.     40-9
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CHAS. S. PARKER
SuiTeeaaar to F. T. F. I'EKKY
DRAYIHC AND
TRANSFERRING
AGENTS FOR
; j THE IMPERIAL OIL CO.
ANO GALT COAL
RA.ST    KOOTENAY     LAND    DISTRICT.
District of Cranhrook,
TAKE NOTICE that Thomas S.
Gill, of Cranbrook, H. C, occupation
Locomotive Engineer, intends to aP-
ply for permission to purchase th*
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
Gold Creek about .'i| miles east of
the southeast corner of Lot 920:1,
time cast 80 chains, thence, south
40 chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence north 40 chains lo place of
commencement.
Thomas S. OUL
George Kennedy, Agent.
Dated Septcmhtr 6th, .91.1.    87-10
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::STAR CLEANING:1
WORKS       ;
a. Goods called fornmliloliverwl. a
J j Good work only. Prompt j
a I Service \!
:: Telephone No. 405 i
;:       p. o, Box 798       ;
, | Works : Armstrong Ave. \
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For Sale
Ono Oxford Engine, 11 % 11. Price
$85li,UO, May lw seen at Benedict Siding, one mile east of
Mayook, B. C.
One Oxford Saw Carriage, complete with rack feed, 'A blocks.
8 po»' '1°K«' Price $2a50.00 at
Elko, B.C.
One Oxfonl Friction Feed, complete with cable and shi-avca and
drive pnllovs. Prico 11.50.00, at
at Elko, B. C.
For further particular! apply to
Lesatk & Johnson, Elko, B. 0.
SOCIETY AND CHURCH
DIRECTORY
Cranbrook     Lotta,
No. 34
A.F. <t A. H.
Regular meetings oa
the   tbird   Thursday.
ol every moutb.
Visiting brethren welcomed.
P. B. Miles, W.M.
J. L. Cranston, Sec.
Ceebgent Lodge No. 33
KN.QHTS "oT PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, B. C.
lints   every   Tuesday at 8 p.m. at
Fraternity Hall.
Alec. Hurry, C.C.
F. M. Christian, K. ol R.AS.
Visiting brethren   cordially lavlud
to attend.
I.O.O.F., KEY CITY LODOE, No. 41
Heats ersry Monday
night at New Fraternity   Hall.    So-
lournlog Oddtellowa cordially luvltad.
J. II. Turalsy, W. M. Hanis,
N. O. Secj.
DURHAM ENCAMPMENT NO. ID.
I.O.O.F.
Meet* first and    third Wednaaoaya
ia each month.
A   cordial reception extended     to
visiting brothers.
Officers July 1st to December 31st.
W. IL Harris, Chief Patriarch
II. White, Scribe.
MAPLE LEAF REBEKAH LODOE
No. It.
Meets every second and   (mirth Wednesday at Fraternity Hall.
Sojourning   Rebekahe  cordially Invited.
Sis. Maude llicafttbottiaiii, N.O.
Sis. Ada Hickenhotham, Itec. Sea.
ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTER*
COURT CRANBROOK, 8*43
Meets in Carmen's Hall Second aad
Fourth Thursday ol eacb month at I
p.m. sharp
J. McLacblan, C.R.
I.  I'earron, Sec., Box (ll.
Visiting brethren made welcome.
OVER SEAS CLUB.
Meets in Carmen's Hall 1st and Srd
Thursday every month at 8 p.m.
Membership   open   to Britlah   cltt
seas.
E. Y. Brake, I„ Pearron,
Pres. See.
Box m
Visiting memhers cordially welcom
W M. K«l,:« Dia t.
CrinbrooK Lodge
No. nnu
Meet* ererj aaeond and
fourth Wediaeaalej «■■
P. m. io Ka.yal (lack
Knia-hle' Ball, Baker
Street.
K. 8. (iiaaiTT, San,
ANCIENT    ORDER    OF   FORESTERS.
Pride ol Cranbrook   Circle, No. 151,
Companions ot tm Forest.
Meets In Carmen's Hall 1st aad 3rd
Wednesday ol each month at
eight p.m. sharp.
Mrs. A. Laurie, C. C.
Mrs. A. E. Shaw, Secretary.
P. O. Box 442.
Visiting Companions cordially -welcom*.
LOYAL ORAN0E
LODOE, No. 1871
Meets 1st and 3rd Thursdays at 8 p.m. in Royal
Black Knighlsoflrelanai
Hall, Baker Street.
Fskd. W. Saal.v, W.M.
K. L. William,, Sec.
THE CRANBROOK P0ULTRV AND PIT
STOCK ASSOCIATION
I-r.eiale.at   1'   K. HstrMaia
Meet, avarularlr tlat drat >'rialatr erabinff vaaab
Daaaiatla.
ii.icir»,ia'i..ai oa 1'aauitrf MattersMpplisd
AalalreM tbe S«a et i,r> .
A B KI4ITII. Boisr.a
Ii you want satisfaction with
your washing und
It to
MONTANA LAUNDRY
Special prices lor family work.
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: ICRANBROOK-FERNIE
FARMERS' INSTITUTE!
1 '       President: A. B. Smith
[ \       Secretary: S. Macdonald
a > For information regarding lands !
anal   agriculture   apply   to tha a I
1   Secretary, Cranbrook, B. 0.
' ' Meeting-
Evary aacond Wednesday
•**m***a*a*\*man* um i j
CENTURY RESTAURANT
Opposite O.P.R. Station
THE    PLACE    TO     OET    A
QUICK HEAL ANT   .
OOOD MEAL.
booms ro un        i THE  OBANBBOOK  HERALD
aNB><ajs»>gap««>4r»a>a>*>ar»fr>a>«w*<*«^^
News oi the District  m
Written by Bright Correspondents
ELKO
(By Fred Roo).
Mrs. II. Joyce loft lor Flagstone
Tobacco Plains, Saturday w-itli Master Sli'ivail aitai iMiss Florence, and
will visit with Mrs. .1. Joyce, ol tli»V
thriving burg. Mr. Arthur Ilarby,
manager ol ilia- Roosville Cash Store
at Flagstone, moved his family down
there this week. Flagstone is 11..-
busiest place on the south lino anal
tho shipping point lot the ranchers in
tlio lloa.svillc Valley, anil that pari
ol Tobacco Plains. The Bonners
Ferry people aro operating several
big logging camps across the river
from Flagstone. The Adolph Umber company, nl Bnynrs, have aa camp
ia south «'f tlit- li
Bros, havo a mill
putting in nnothei
town nexl spring.
mill's   north   ol
boundary line and
of   Gold crook,    wliero
fishing and hunting.
.1. M. Agnow who has
wn. Tho Joyce
running uiul Intend
mill east ail Ilia'
Flagstone is five
the International
apposite tin- mouth
thoro is gaaaaal
jusl ii'tutni'il
ivaa plo	
wi on      lite
from tin* eoast, said he
get back to   Uio lies! tt
Crow.
Government      officials   havo   been
thick around Klko Mils week ami tbo
work .in tho water works fo being
rushed through In jig time.
W. a. Scott, oi Nelson, was In
town witli bis Rod Arrow line of fi
o'clock  (on  biscuits.
Mi. and Mrs. Carlisle, ot Pernio,
was in town looking up a site lor u
conservatory of music tbis week. We
understand they purchased two lots
on Nightingale avenue.
.los. Austin, C.P.H. traffic hlfltiag-
f*r. Elko, Wleh Ins wife anil family,
are in Porbland, Oregon, this week,
raising umbrellas, wishing, no dotiht,
Ihey were hack in Klko basking in the
magic sunshine.
Mr. Jamison, wholesaler, nf Victoria, with black, green and ii o'clock
tea. breakfast coffee, cayenne pepper,
cocoa and other eg** producing egg
extracts, was iu the busiest town on
lllC  Cl'OW   Ihis week.
Miss Maude Chestnut, of Colfax,
Wash,, well known in I'Tco, is visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Ingham,
Sheep Mountain.
Engineer Westcott, of the public
works department, Victoria, was in
Elko this week and received the freedom of the citv.
A hand of Tobacco Plains Indians
arrived in town from the reserve and
left fur the mountains north of Morrissey for Iheir fall hunt.
M. Phllllpps, df Prtiltlaiids, htought
tlie change may be Iiedefioial. Mrs,
Roberts and family will accompany
him on his trip to the old country.
Miss Kate Ewing, who has been in
tbe hospital at Cranbrook for tlie
past week suffering from neuralgia,
return) d home on Sunday.
Rev. W. K. Dunham, Methodist
minister of Cranbrook, arrived hero
ou Wednesday  to meet  Mrs.  Dunham,
who
win* re
lives.
returning    from   Victoria,
ie     has been    visiting   rela-
ames Wright went to      Cran-
011     Thursday on a   husiness
hi}
i Rllta
a bom
in some    splendid     apples   ft
ranch this week.
.Several book agents arrived
this week, and the rigmarole
the hooks they wore selling would
make a suffragette take to the gig
grass and tall timber. Encyclopedia
of M.i'. and Tobacco Plains. See page
■lad'; fruit trees, Including apple,
peach, plum, pear and all others,
how to graft; how lo vole, etc., etc.
$30.00, half cash, balance on receipt
of booVs, more interesting than thc
Arabian Nights on a movie. Another fellow with the history of Canada,
from Quebec to Dick McOiide's residence, Victoria, 31 volumes, $75.00,
making a college nf the center table
and a Carnegie library of tho humblest home, carrying culture to Uiu
prospector's cabin in R.C., the home-
nteadei mi tho prairie as well as to
the millionaires home, and teaches (,,
he gt.od. giving a noble thought for
every day in Ihe year, as well *s
telling how to can Irult, remove
spots Irom clothing, measure npph-s
on the trees and bow to hj happy,
though married.
Charlie Pye came in from Ruck
Creek this week trailing a Bull pup.
Tainted money would be nwcplab.c
nt the retail stores these days. Pay
your hills and look pleasant.
MOYIE
(Special correspondence),
Mrs Perkins, sister ol Mrs. Al-
WOOd, wiiu has been spending siimc
time, here,    left  Ihis    week [or      ber
home iu Victoria.
Mr. Bruce*, Inspector of schools for
thin district, was here on Tuesday
und Wednesday Inspecting our school,
lie left ou Wednesday afternoon lor
Nelson.
Mr, Scolt, representing a grocery
house in Vancouver, was here this
week doing business.
Mrs. MeDougall, an old resident of
this town, left on Wednesday for
Riomlel, on Kootenay lake. She goes
to join her husband and will spend
the winter there, although she lefl
her little daughter Verna here to attend school.
Mr. Roberts, who was operated on
at Spokane some weeks ago, has received a letter from his physician
Stating lhat tlie growth which was
removed, bus been examined hy experts who pronounced il cancer, and
/le has Iteen advised to avoid any
lurther operations as the doctor fears
that nothing can prolong his life   for
Mr.
brook
l rip.
The sportsmen nf Movie have been
busy Ibis week. Du Thursday .lack
Taylor went to hunt for his team ot
horses down nu the Porto Rien Hal
and just as lie lelt. town decided I
take bis shot gun along, lie secured
.several line ducks. Later his attention was attracted bj the crackling
of dry I wigs and looking up he saw a
line deer standing looking at him. lie
hred immediately, although he had
little hopes ol viliing the deer. Tbe
shot Im tho deer full in the head and
lie fell over dead, lie then returned
io (own still minus the horses, but
laden with game. This week Mr. R.
\. Smith, one nf our local hunters,
succeeded in landing nine ducks ami a
goose weighing ten pounds. Young
Nordman, another of our young
sports., secured throe grouse and seven duels.
On Kri-day afternoon there was ,i
meeting of tho parents qf the
school children held in the school
bouse at 3-30 o'clock when the subject of gelling up :1 Christmas tree
for the children was discussed. it
was decided to canvass live district
for subscriptions in order to raise
funds tor providing presents tor thc
little ones and to have the entertainment entirely for the children. The
teachers of tlie srlmol are tn train
the children for the programme, At
the close of the business meeting refreshments were served by the teachers of lhe school, assisted by some
of the older pupils. ll was decided
to hold another meeting at a later
date to make final arrangements.
Mrs. Weir went to Cranbrook on
Tuesday.
The Ladies Aid Society of thc
Methodist, church lias decided to give
an entertainment on Thanksgiving
day. It will consist of a lecture di
llvcred by Mr. Wlllan, and illustrated
by means if the new magic lantern
which that gentleman has lately procured. The lecture fo entitled "A
Trip Through .Southern Canada," and
those who are fortunate enough to he
present will he able to sec some of
lhe finest scenery in Canada for the
modest sum of 25c. The lecture will
be followed by a supper provided by
thc ladies.
.Miss Hilda Wills has been very ill
this week wilh nervous trouble.
Miss Kate Ewing, who has lieen in
the hospital al Cranbrook for the
past week, returned on Sunday quite
recovered.
Mr. Scolt, bookkeeper at the Porto
Rico saw mill, went to Cranhrook
Thursday last on a business Irip. lie
returned on Friday morning.
There was a very enjoyable dance
given at the Central hotel on Saturday uighl. The music, which was of
the best, was furnished hy Mrs,
Smith.
Mr. Tom Hedigan, one of tin* champion baseball players of East Kootenay, arrived here on .Sunday from
Cranbrook.
Mrs. Ilutt left, on Monday for Kimberley, where she goes to join her
husband, Who left here some weeks
ago. Mr. and Mrs. Ilutt are old
settlers in Movie aud will be missed
by a large circle of Iriends.
Mr. McKay returned nu Sunday
from Cranbrook, accompanied hy his
six-year-old sou, wbo has been iu Uie
hospital in that tilv, Buffering from
injuries received from Ihe kick of a
horse. We are pleased to report
lhat the injuries are not likely to
alTect the eve sight nf the child, as
was at lirst reported, although the
head and lace are still badlv disfigured
Father John arrived here on Saturday and held services in the Roman
Catholic church nn Sunday morning,
lie lefl for the west on Sunday afternoon.
The Altar Society of the Roman
Catholic church have decided to give
a card party nu Friday night al the
home of Mrs. .lames Whitehead.
Mr. and Mrs. Ncad arrived in town
mi Saturday and are renewing old
acquaintances,
Mrs.    Quancc entertained   a lew
Iter   friends   on     Saturday evenin
when ji very enjoyable evening     was
spent playing Five Hundred.     Dainty
refreshments were served just   before
midnight.
The rich silver-lead ore which was
found some weeks ago in the upper
workings of the Society (iirl mine,
continues lo furnish employment for
the gang of mini.** at present, employed. The ore is now being hauled to town, preparatory to having it
FERNIE
A change in the lime of operating
the Creat Northern trains between
Michel and the main line will be in
force on and after today and will be
welcomed by tbe travelling public as
il makes clojse communication either
east or west. It will leave Fernie
at 0.30 a.m., returning at ti p.m.
Heretofore passengers (or the west
were obliged to wait eight hours for
connection west.
The football game between Coleman
and Coal Crock was pulled oil at
Michel ou Saturday, the former winning by two to nothing, This game
was for the Mutz trophy.
A serious aeehieat buppened al
Michel mines Friday last. Tlie cable
used in pulling tbe car up the incline
at the new mine snapped, striking one
man across the body and another on
the thighs, causing painful injuries'
Thoy were removed to the holspll-ii
for treatment.
The president's special train of the
Creat Northern railway, arrived at
Fernie on Sunday and the officials
spent a lew hours inspecting their
property here.
Mr. and Mrs. .lohn Rogers entertained about fifty of their friends to
a social evening on Friday last.
W. A. W.lmot,    provincial      homestead Inspector, spent the week
Fernie.
WARDNER
more than a few years    at best. Mr,
Roberts has decided in return to the shipped.
old country, where he can have    lhe Mrs. Martin has moved into       thr
best of medical attendance, and il is reside nee    formerly occupied by Mr,
hoped by his many trknils hero    tbat aud Mrs. Ilutt on Victoria avenue.
(Special correspondence).
Mr. W. B. McFarlane, ot the C.C.
S., Cranhrook, was visiting witb
Wardner friends last. Wednesday.
Mr. P. Lund left on a business trip
to Calgary last Friday afternoon
Mr. A. R. Johnson and A. Lund
returned from visiiing with fri nds in
Cranhrook last Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs, (lever and family, ot
Cam rose, Alta., arrived in Wardner a
few days ago and have taken rooms
iu Mr. and Mrs. (fust. Oman's house.
Mr. V. I*;. Swanson, of the Crows
Nest ollice staff, is in Spo'-ane this
wu'k on business.
Mr. George Welsby returned from
Fernie this week, where be bos been
relieving thief of PoWce Mlnty, who
was away for a few days on business.
Mis. Ccnrge Lesselyang was with
friends in Cranbrook last Monday.
Mrs. C E. Benedict, of Bull River,
passed through town on Monday on
her way to Cranbrook.
Mr. Lawson and family returned to
town a few days ago.
A meeting of all church workers
was called to meet in the Presbyterian church on Tuesday evening at 8
o'clock. Quite a goodly number
were present and a number ,of very
important subjects were discussed.
All branches or church work were
dealt witb, the first being the Sunday
school, a number of new classes are
lo he formed and new teachers added.
The next business taken up was the
Ladies Guild, choir, appointment of a
new board of management, ushers,
etc. The new board ol management,
which is made up ot Mr. fl. It. Wilson, Mr. V. Lundborn, Mr. F. W.
Burgess and Mrs. (I. R. Wilson, Mrs.
McPhco and Mrs. I^esselyang, will
meet in thc church at 7.30 this
(Thursday) evening.
Mr. Camille St. .Jacques |10s opened
up n work shop here tor tbe manufacture of a sock hanger, which he
has invented. Mr. St. .Jacques has
had this patented some time ago. We
wish him every success in his new
undertaking.
We were glad to receive a letter
from Rev. Wm. Stephens, our former
pastor, who is now stationed at
Nakusp, B.C., in which he states
that he is delighted with nis new
field. Mr. Stephens had a well filled
church last Sunday evening and says
that be feels quite at home amongst
the people there. He wishes to- be
remembered to all bis friends here.
Tlie ladies of thc Church Mission
Guild ami their friends met with the
Misses Lund last Wednesday niter-
noon tor tlieir social afternoon.
Everyone spent thc afternoon very
pleltsaiitly.
Our new pastor, Rev. Wood,
preached to a large congregation
last Sunday evening in the Peesbyter-
iau church. The pastor took for his
subject the last verse of the 12lst
psalm: "The Lord shall preserve thy
going out ami thy coming In from
this time forth, and even for evermore." Everyone list-cned very attentively to tlie very impressive sermon preached from this text, and
several expressed their pleasure at
being mile to listen to such a sermon. Tbe choir rendered very beautifully the anthem ent-Med "I Will
Extol Thee.
Mrs. Chas. Thorpe and ttta Florence Ilerric were in Fernio last
Wednesday on business.
Mr. (leorge Powell, of Cranbrook,
was la town last Tuesday oi business.
Mr. Wm,
on a business
morning.
WALDO
(Special correspondence).
Mr. Charles Ridd has been ill witb
a strained buck for two weeks,     hut
hopes to be around soon again.
Thc sympathy of Waldo friends is
extended to Mr. and Mrs. John Muir,
whose little girl, Annie, has undergone five operations in Fernie hospital.
Mr. Chris. Turner has gone to
Banff tor a few weeks holiday. He ban
placed a man in charge of his bog
farm permanently.
Mrs. Redington had a cow of hers
killed on the <i.N.R. last week.
Tlw Rev. ,1. H, McLean, B.A., wus
the guest of Rev. C. L. Cowan last
Thursday. lie left for his new-
charge, Grassy Lake, Alta., on Friday morning.
The good folks nf Baynes have fl
lecturer of some prominence in their
midst, in the person of tne Rev. Mr.
Philp, B.l). He was president of
thc London Conference (Methodist)
and some time ago be made a tour of
tlw Holy Lund un which he lectures
wry acceptably.
Mrs. Jack Thomson, wbo lived in
Waldo last winter whilst her husband superintended the-building of the
bridge across tbe Kootenay, and who
went to Scot land last spring, Inst
her baby boy by death a few weeks
ago. Sincere sympathy is extended
to Mr, and Mrs. Thomson.
Mrs. H. Griffiths, of Baynes, entertained last Thursday in honor of her
sister-in-law, Mrs. II. Adolph, ot
Brandon, who is spending a holiday
here. |
Rev. J. Ross Colqtihoun, Anglican
minister of Elko, preached in Baker
Hall on Sunday morning. His
trouble, for which he underwent several operations, in Cranbrook and in
Rochester, does not appear to Im*
uprooted, and on advice he is going
home to the oM country to see a
specialist.
Another Waldo resident has gone itl
tor the lucrative business of hog-raising, namely, Mr. A. Mclntyrc. Last
Friday he sent up five bogs to P.
Burns and Co. at Fernie.
Mrs. Jones has returned to her
home in Vulcan.
Mr. .1. Radford's eldest son has
come to Baynes to reside. I
Baynes' homes are taking on a Permanent appearance. Mr. Morrow
and Mr. J. Eye have just about completed work on their residences. Th.**
paint brush is alt that is now required. |
Tlie ladies in connection with the
Presbyterian church in Waldo met at
the home of Mrs. Milne and organized
a society 1o help the church. * Mrs.
1'. Anderson was chosen as president,
Mrs. it. F. Milne as secretary, Mrs.
Veraoef as treasurer. The membership fee is 25 cents. The first meeting was held al the home of Mrs.
(Rev). C. L. Cowan on Wednesday.
Mr. Fred Adolph was in Calgary on
business last week-end.
Mrs. John Muir went to Fernie to
see her daughter, Annie, last Saturday. The little girl has undergone
five operations on her foot, and is
still very ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Hales Ross went to
Fernie last Friday.
Tbe Inter-State Railway commission of the United States has ordered the G.N.It, to run another passenger train from Kalispel to Michel.
Baynes and Waldo folks rejoice at
the prospect of a better passenger
service. It seems as if railway owners do not consider the people a great
deal. For instance, in Waldo ther**]
are two depots, and each is a mile
away from the center of the town,
one north and one south. A central
station is an absolute necessity in
Waldo.    This is a "kick."
The Rev. C. L. Cowan went to
Cranbrook to attend a special meeting of the Kootenay Presbytery on
Thursday.
Mr. D. McNab came home from
Calgary on Monday.
Bobby Hume is in charge ot the
Ross-Saskatoon teams at the ramp.
Word has come that the Rev. |)r.
Fergusson, superintendent of Presbyterian Home Missions, will be in
Waldo this week-end. He will (0.
V). preach at Waldo at 11 a.m. and
at Baynes at 7.30 p.m. Sunday 1st.
Mr. Cowan is anxious to have splendid congregations welcome Dr.;
Fergusson.
George Yorgenson is in charge of a'
gang which is grading roads near
Roosville. |
A meeting was held in Mr. Radford's temperance hotel in Baynes
last Friday to consider the advisability to having a room for the men.
This is a step in tbe right direction.
Starved intellects are objects of com-
misseratlon just as much as starved
bodies, though perhaps nol as painful! i
Loyal Anglicans gather together
and bear Archdeacon Beer on Sunday
morning in Baynes at 11 o'clock.
Mr. Clark Is the name of the
Adolph Lumber company's new
stenographer. He hails from Prince
Rupert. I
 .  I
Good ore Is   reported to have bum
struck in the Wonderful mine In   the
Slocan.    The general manager       in
charge ol   the   development is .1. P.
Keane, well known as a mine manager on the old   Cariboo mine in Camp
McKinney, which paid dividends    for
Kprague lelt for Spot iiaai yapars under   his   management.    Tho
trip   last Wednesday IWonderful is now being worked under
I a lease and a bond In which Krone Is
ITHEFIQHT OVER THE "LIFE
' OF WILLIAM LYON MACKENZIE"
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History nt the Canadian "patriot" of 1837, being aired in the Toronto courts last week. Sketches made
during the progress of tbo hearing of the I.eSueur case at Osgoode hall. Because of the prominence ot tho
people interested, including u former cabinet minister, the case has attracted a'lot of attention, Mr. IeSeuer,
the author, secured from members of thc Mackenzie family documents to Im* used in the preparation of the* life
or William Lyon Mucken/ie. The treatment was unsympathetic, say thc family, and more like a caricature
than a "life" nf "nne ot Canada's groatcst men." The judge decided against LeSeucr and he appealed. The
Appellate Court has now reserved decision,
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The gap which has yet to tie traversed" by the Grand Trunk I'acihc '*>
reach the coast was still further
dosed lasl week, hy the permission
of the railway hoard io operate another one hundred miles of the line
in British Columbia. The service in i
on the west side of the gap and is an
extension from Prince Rupert to mile
301 from that point.
The total wreck of the steamer Be-1
rence, engaged in conveying supplies
for the Hudson Bay railway work at.
Port Nelson, was reported to the
department of railways lasi Thursday
by wireless. No lives were lost. The
steamer Alcazar, returning from Nelson brought the news and forwarded
it from Battle Harbor, Labrador.
The vessel had a cargo of 2481 tons j
of bituminous coal, 338,(100 teet ol
lumber and part of the materials necessary for the wireless station at
Nelson. It will delay the erection of
tbe station till next year.
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After having formally accepted the plot of ground at the I'nnama-Paci-
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said they were ardent enthusiasts regarding the I'nited States. The members of the commission are Albert Ti rman, Alfred Navy, <!. Roger Snndo-8
and Mr, de Latouche.
The commission, which represents (he French Republic, took format
possession nf the plot in San Francisco and then made a t<>1"' OVOT tha
country, for three of tbem never had been here lief ore.
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FRIDAY, OCT. 17TH, 1913
A. Mayo Braillielil announces
THR GREAT  HOYT THEATRE COMPANY
With 1.000 LiiiikIib nml|2 Tears
'A Bachelor's Honeymoon'
Entire Original Production
t*f.A HOWUNO HURRICANE OF LAIHIHTKK-*SM
A Big City Cast, with
EDDIE O'BRIEN and
ROSE AINSWORTH
Prices
75c and $1.00
•
__^^^ HE  CRANBROOK   HBJtAIiD
n* $g*a& star.
The Store with a Reputntiain
s Kootenay's Greatest Drug
and Book Store
The Beattie-Murphy
Co., Ltd.
Where IH'aajalaa Deal
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Contractors and
Builders
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Before You lluiltl
8EE US ABOUT YOUR CONCRETE
ANO BASEMENT WORK
WE WHNT6 CARPENTERS AN04 HANDY MEN
MESH
BAGS
Just iii from thn
manufacturers, a
PccmI line of Mesh
Bags in Sterling Silver iind German Silver. Prices range
in tlie larger sizes
from $8.00 to $3-5.00.
These bugs have
a very tine inch end
every ring is soldered. They are
exceptional value at
above prices.
W. H. Wilson
Jeweler and Optician
His
— so lie lost his train an important appointment. See
tluit your watch keeps time.
Tlie cost of having it repaired
is Binall. and correct time is
important.
Expat-Is aaa.v  Ileal aavi'ry  wa.lila
Hlaaaiilil   I va.|liiaiala.i| ih  jaa
a'iaalil    naiiiilliaa.     Et,.   «i.a> —
liriiig in your watch  to alay,
RAWORTH BROS.
JEWtlERS AND OPTICIANS
NEXT TO THE POST OFFICE
CRANBROOK, B. C.
Meet mo at Hob's Place.
Cranberries lor Thanksgiving,
■ Se pound this week end. Cranbrook Trading Co.
Remnants of carpal and linoleum1 at
cost.—Fink Mercantile Co.
A. McL. Flctohor, ol Crows Nest,
was 'a business visitor in the eity on
Monday.
Good prices by carload on timothy
bay, also on oats and wheat now.—
Cranbrook Trading Co.
Young girl wanted.—To assist in
tight housework and care of children.
Apply W. Steward, Royal hotel.
Stenographer wishes position. Apply llerald aflice. 42-lt*
George Geary, of Fort Steele, was
among the business visitors in the
eity last Saturday.
Wood for sale.-
S. Peck & Co.
LOST
Between W. II. Wilson's store
•nd residence, chain for self,
starter of an automobile. Return
to W. H. Wilson and receive
reward.
TOWNTOPICS
Meet me at Hob's Place.
A. II. Webster was Coported ill' al
his home in tho city this week
Fresh   pimipMiis nt Ward ami Hat
Thanksgiving dance .■,! tin* MHUtor-
ium on Monday evening.
Concord grapes (or jelly.—Irn It,
Manning.
Sjiwini mcolltig of Kootenay Pros
bytery Is being- lirlil m K.fc>\ church
tonight.
licmimnts of carpel and Hnoloiupi ,tt
roKt —Kink Meroaiitila Co.
Dr. K. W Green was called lo Ntl
son this ttTflk tn give evidence at (tie
minder trial of CliOfi, NrfT.
Capo Coil cranberries, [ancy stock,
al Ward and Harris,
,1. II. Uoyio fo in the Oily from
Caiman Spending a ti*w days wilh hfo
family.
DonM forgot the cratibcrrjcs for the
rnwnks«iviiiK twice) —IfO  It.     Man
nlng.
1'   Mallamlaini', ot Invermero
Miss 10. ('. Walts lias accepted the
position of stenographer at the city
clerk's office.
Kntl line ot pickles and olives at
Ward and Harris.
Mrs. Uurge, proprietress of the
Perry, Creek, hotel, was a business
visitor in the eity yesterday.
•Inst arrived.—A car of eytra choice'
Creston apples. Kvery one guaranteed.—Ira It. Manning.
.1. W. Kerr and wife, of Klko, motored into town on Monday, spending
the day here shopping.
A $10.00 suitcase for Sn.flil.-Cran-
hrook Trading Co.
Mrs. .1. McTavish and Mrs. VVootf-
lionsr were up from Hull River the
first of the week.
Remnants of carpet ani! linoleum at
cost —Kink Mercantile Co.
Arthur \. Ward returned Tuesday
from a trip over the district in his
Official capacity as game warden.
Large dry basement t(, rent, 100x20
feet, $5.00 per month. Apply Ilerahl
office.
The funeral of .lohn Murphy was
held from tlte Catholic church on
Wednesday moining.
Write for one of our cash price
lists. Competes with Katon's and
Kernie prices,—Cranhrook Trading Co
Percy Sims, rhaffeur tor leorge
Hoggarth, ret rived the sad news on
Wednesday ot the death of.his nml heat  Crows Nest.
Try a pound of li.ivavvn tea at &B0,
tJOc. and 00o, pet IV nt Wanl and
Harris.
Remnants of carpet ;,nii linoleum at
cost -Kink Mercantile Co.
Patmore llros*.( the tinners and
plumbers, arc   erecting an art nictal-
(15 set of democrat harness, almost new, $27.00. Apply Herald office,
A $12.00 trunki for Stt.00.—Cranhrook Trailing Co.
LOST.—2-opal and K-pearl rinj;, one
pearl missing, between Bur well
avenue, Garden avenue and post office.    Kinder leave at Herald office.
tn the city on Monday being ivgisler I ||c celling for   McCreery llros.     this
ed nt the Hotel Cranhrook. week.
Thanksgiving
Furniture
ROCKER
Similar to ono shown in cut
$10.50
Cranbrook Co-operative Stores
Llmlt-ftd
Meet me at Bob's Place.
Some very choice stock patterns in
Limoges and Austrian china. If
you aro considering buying a dinner
set I can give you a bargaiu—Ira R.
Manning.
('has. Watts, plumber for Patmore
Bros., returned Wednesday from BuH
Hiver where he was called to make
some   improvements    at  the Ton list
hotel.
Kor sale or lease.—Perry Creek
Hotel. Apply Box 208, Cranbrook,
B.C. 42-2t*
It is reported that Oils, Tueis and
Mr. Carr have made a rich strike ou
their mining property on Manchester
creek, iu tlie Perry creek district
Mr. Chambers, of Kort Steele, gave
a very interesting lecture on "The
Welsh Revival" at the Presbyterian
church on Tuesday evening. The lecture was well attended.
A few crates of prunes and green
tomatoes left. They will only last a
few days.—lra R. Manning.
Rev. C. L. Cowan, pastor of the
Presbyterian church at Waldo, arrived in the city today to. attend the
specipl meeting of the Presbytery
this evening.
Our Mr. Bingham is an expert on
women's tailored suits. Our prices
are reasonable.—Kink's.
Father Donnelly, O.M.I., nf London, Eng., will preach on the 24th,
25th and 2fith inst at th.' Catholic
church morning aod evening at 8
o'clock each.
Large dry warehouse to rent, 16.00
per month.     Apply Herald office.
Agents wanted in Cranbrook. Quick
selling domestic utility. Big money
for hustlers. Write for particulars,
Waddy and Young, North West Trust
Building, Vancouver, B.C. 42
Our Mr. Bingham is an expert on
women's tailored suits. Our prices
are reasonable.—Kink's. i
G. C. Merrifteld has received orders
tn shape up the mining property of
fhe Perry Creek Hydraulic company
and will put a force of men to work
and straighten out the company's
property preparatory to commencing
some development work in the spring.
Half price sale on trunks, suitcases,,
grips, etc.—Cranbrook Trading Co.
Edwin     Ismay and Harold Darling
attempted this week to make an i»u-
tomobile trip ta Calgary, but were
unable to make the summit at Trows
Nest on account of mud and snow
and turned hack, arriving here Tuesday night.
Our Mr. Bingham is an expert on
women's tailored suits. Our prices
are reasonable.—Kink's.
Rev. A. A. MoLeod. a returned
missionary from. India, will lecture
on India in thc Baptist church on
Monday evening. His lecture will be
illustrated with stereopticon slides.
An invitation is extended the public.
No collection.
Cottage to rent.—Four rooms with
hath.     Apply Herald. 42*41*
An interesting and profitable parl„r
meeting given hy the W.C.T.U. was
held al- the home of Mrs. .J. K.
Smith on Tuesday, October 14th. An
interesting paper was read hy Mrs.
R. S. Garrett on "An Ideal Mother
of Today"
Renl Scotch blankets at Fink Mercantile- Co.
Mrs. Ira Manning and children arrive,! homo from the east on Friday
night after n vacation of several
weeks. Mr. Manning met his family
at Modlclno Hat and returned with
them.
Peaches! Ptaches! We have a shipment ot freestone peaches. Order
your's now it you not already have.—
Cranbrook Trading Co.
Wood for sale.-.!.   S. Peck &. Co.
Tlie twins are too cute (or anything. They are prominent Id tbe
production of "A Bachelor't Honeymoon" at the Auditorium on October
17th.
Furnished cottage to rent*—Four
rooms, with hath, electric light and
all modern conveniences. Apply
Herald. ■«-«•,
W. J. Rutledge, who has been con-
n?ctcd with Hals-all and Co. since
that firm opened for business, has
severed his connection and left Wednesday for NelBon where he baa accepted a position   with    Meagher *
Co.    His family will [ollow lum   in
about two months.
Our Mr. Bingham is an expert on
women's tailored' suits, <)ur prices
are reasonable.—Kink's
Harold Jarvis and Miss Maty Lyon
entertained at the Young Men's club
on Wednesday evening. The populai
tenor sang several old time favorites
as well as Scotch and Irish airs
which were well received. Miss Lyon
scored in her clever readings which
were the best heard in thai line in
this city this season.
Real Scotch blanMs ai Kink Her
cantile Co.
At the meeting of the Loyal Order
of Moose held at the lodge room last
night eleven candidates were initial
eh. The lodge decided lo reserve a
lame number of s.*ats at the forthcoming |irodiietii»ii of 'The Beggar
Prince" and alt-ml the I'l.n in a
body, holding no lodge meeting nexl
Wednesday night.
Heal  Scotch blankets
can-njt- Co,
Kink Moi
Personal friends of Wm. A. Rollins
are presentin/; him with a travelling
case at an informal smoker to he
•held at the WenfcWortli hotel this
evening. Mr. Rollins is leaving for
the north and this slight testimonial
of friendship has been earned by Mr.
Rollins in tlte uianv years he has
resided here and the large amount of
energy he has always expended flu'
lhe upbuilding of the city and district.
Real Scotch blankets nt Kink Mercantile Co.
Fellowship Bihfc -"lass of the Baptist church held a "Oct Acquainted"
social at the home of Mr. and Mrs,
John Leask on Garden avenue on
Tuesday evening, which was well attended. Thc house was comfortably
filled and there were a considerable
number of strangers in attendance. A
musical programme was interspersed
with recitations and other diversions
after which refreshments wen* served-
A'H report a most enjayahlo time.
J. R. Adamson. superintendent of
tlie plant of the Kootenay Telephone
Lines, Ltd., fell off a pole while
working on Hanson avenue, on Wednesday morning and wns badly shaken up und bruised, though lncVily,
not seriously injured. While he was
working on the pole about Uventy-
five feet from the ground bis sjiike
broke and when his weight came on
his belt it gave way and he fell backwards. He exnects lo be aroint
again in a few days.
Last .Saturday evening n large
crowd left Cranbrook for Wycliffe to
attend the boxing boat between
Charlie Lucca of Fernie and Billie
Miller, of Vancouver. The provincial
constables were present and refused
to allow the match to go to a decision and therefore a ten-round exhibition was given. Both hoys were
clever and fast and the large crowd
were fultv satisfied with the result.
Cam Lindsay refereed. Two good
preliminaries between young featherweights drew vociferous applause
from tbe audience.
•lones and Doris sent a crew of men
to Kimberley this week to erect aa
addition of four rooms to thc post office building Ihere. Tliey are also ]usl
putting the finishing touches to the
Wycliffe Club building this week and
have received the contrnct for tin
erection of the new Anglican church
building at WyclifTe. A force of men
will start on this latter building immediately.
Clarence Finniss left last Saturday
to return to Nanaimo after a two
months' visit with his mother and
family in this city. He was formerly an employee of the C.P.H. shops in
this eity, but left two years ago to
accept a position as machinist at
Nanaimo. A party was given in his
honor at the home of Mrs. Finniss on
last Friday evening which was attended by a large number of invited
guests and old fiiends. Parlor
games and a musical programme
were the principal diversions of lhe
even'nir,. Refreshments were served
at a late hour and nil departed wishing Mr. Finniss every success and
tbat le may visit Cranhrook oftcuer
in the tuture.
Invitations have been issued for a
series of dances to he given by tho
Cinderella club at Carmen's hall on
every second and fourth Fridays,
commencing Friday, October 21th,
This club was a very popular dam ing
club last season and will no doubt he
largely, attended again this year.
Mrs. F. B. Miles recently had the
misfortune to fall and break her arm
The accident occurred at the residence on Garden avenue.
Funeral of E.H, H. Stanley, father ot A. B. S. and W. S. Stanley,
occurred at Nelson on Tuesday, 6c
tober 14th. The two families aad
the father were residents of Cranbrook in 1911, residing at Fernie he-
fore coming here. Deceased was nn
old man and had been In failing
health for a number of years. Ma
sonic and Orange lodges were rcpre-
srnted at tlie funeral.
IHE Mil ITS
HE COMING
MISS     LKKTA    COUDEK   TO UK
IIKAKI) AGAIN.
It is now about two years since
the Schubert Symphony ami Ladies
Quartette gave the music lovers 0\
Cranbrook. an artistic treat which,
being well remembered, will ensure a
warm welcome to this famous company at the Auditorium on the even
ing of Friday, Oecobcr 81st.
\ veil clear meinorj of th.* singing
uf .Miss t'ordcr siill remains "iih
those who then lad Ibe pleasure oi
hearing bet.    she is still with    thu
 ipanj     ami,   In a\\ nccoiints,   is
liKt-h tn continue with tbem,
Mr, T. Valentino Purecll still continues io (rather thu mosl glowing
nut ices of his violin playing wherever
he goes. The other dn) tho Chicago
Record-Herald declared that la
"was, though a mere youth, already
ranking wilh the greatest oi his profession." Praise ul that quality
coming from a paper of such importance, is, literally, praise Indeed,
Again lhe Kdinotitou Capitol of the
13th November lasl says.
"In appearance, ihis violinist is
tin* popular conception of what a violinist .should he, slender, seemingly
swayed by the harmony he produces
from his Instrument. In execution
he meets with tho approval of even
the severest critics. Though capable
of producing a t°no of astonishing
volume when (he music calls for such,
it is when Purecll is painting whit
might be described as "Tonal pastels," lhat his cM|Utsile art. shows at
its best."
''Miss (.''order's song "Villonelle,"
hy del Aqua, a wonderfully pretty
air in whieh she did full justice, Miss
('order has a beautiful soprno voice
of great range and wonderful durability.     Nol al '   this   Inn she also
puts fine feeling Into her singing and
is trained to perfection,      The attdl-
mce was i|iiic.i lo realize the won
ilerful merits of the singer and demanded an encore. Her second offering was the ever favorite ballad,
"Lasl Rose of Summer," and her
rendition was perfect."
Pressmen who are simply bored to
death with musicians, music and
musical criticism do not pound out
notices of such a Haltering character
unless they are moved thereto by a
genuine enthusiasm. And, be it added, that it takes true art to beget
that same enthusiasm.
A first-class entertainment may be
confidently looked forward to. It will
he under the auspices of the Knights
ol Columbus and thc entire proceeds!
will be devoted to tho funds of the
St. Eugene hospital, an institution
where the only ijual idea tion needed
for the best of medical and .urglcal
aid is that the man or the woman
he as stricken in poc'jcl as they are
in body. Does not such charity
raise one's belief in the better things
in human nature'.'
COUPLE WED
HOME WEDDING   AT GLEICHEN,
ALBERTA, .JOINS CHAS. R.
WARD AND MISS MARION
SERVICE.    '
Miss Marion Service and Mr. Chas.
It. Ward, two of Cranbrook's well
known young people, were married at
the home of the bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs, William Service, at Gleich-
en. Aiberta, on Wednesday, October
<Sth, at ■* p.m., Rev, Cameron, being
the officiating clergyman, Mr. Harold J. Scott, of this city, was best
man and Miss Service, sister of the
bride, was bridesmaid.
It was a quiet home wedding, only
a very few of the most intimate
friends being present. The bride
was dressed in a travelling suit ol
navy serge and wore a black molvc
hat and carried a bouquet of bridal
roses. The bridesmaid wore a white
.serge suit with black hat aud carried
a bouquet of carnations.
Immediately following the ceremony
the happy young couple departed for
Vancouver) Seattle, Portland, San
Krawisio and Loi Angeles. They
will he at home at Cranbrook aflei
November first.
The bride has resided in this city
lor the past several years aud has a
host of fronds here waiting to express their congratulations, she is
en accomplished musician and possessed of a rich contralto voice, and
carried the leading role in "The Oln-
galec," last season's production of
thu Cranbrook Operatic Society.
The groom is the force behind Ihj
Cranbrook Agency Co. and is a successful young business man with sev-
Ifo is at present one of the city al-
lle is at preslnl one of the city al-
ilermrn and was recently nominated
as a candidate lor the provincial parliament by the Liberal., „f the district.
They have furnished a house o:i
Bnrwell avenue where they will reside. The Herald joins llieir many
friends in extending heartiest oon-
grululatiotis.
The most widely sold
style in .America-—NOB
MODEL.
Its shape welcomes the foot
—straight inside, sweeping out
side, short vamp, toe and heel
of medium height. Comfort
able and fashionable.   If
you wear this shoe you
will want Regals all
the rest of your life.
One of our
many new
Fall and
Winter
Regals
Black KinB Calf
Blucher Boot.    A
SUM! ihoe tor htrj
usau*-'-     Alio   l-'uient
Leather    Blubber    «nJ
Buitun,
HEGALS
McCREERY BROS.
Cranbrook's Dry Goods and Clothing Stores
BOXING COITEST
In putting on the last contest for
ibis* year Boh Nate, the local promoter, bas succeeded [n getting .i
good card.
This consists nf Tug Wilson, ol
Calgary, and Charlie Lucca, of Chic.
ago, foi the main bout. Lucca is well
known here and the sporting fraternity have seen him iu action Tug
Wilson conies highly recommended
from II. B. Horcham, sporting editoi
of ibe Calgary Herald.
Borehani says he has seen both
lads box and tbat il will make a
good contest.
(iarrett, our local bo\er. and Miller, of Fernie, will put on the seim-
wind up and Young Kay and Scoitie
Taylor will start tin* doings at S.3U
sharp on .Monday, ix-tober 20th.
Owing to the large expense the promoter informs us that the prices will
lie $1.00, $2M and S3.00.
After the contest there will be
big dance, starting at 10.10k.
no inla-r.-at.     nil
st    bi sold ..
I onoc
Writr Columbia
tlm   aa,.l,„,|
s, Ltd
Kelson, >i <'.
12-11
TURKEY SHOOT Oil
TMID.III. MT
A ritle shooting match will be held
on Thanksgiving day, Monday ne\t.
for pri/es which will consist r.[
turkeys. Tlie entrance fee is to be
75c. open to memlx-rs of the Cranbrook IUfle association only and the
shooting will taie place on tbe Rifle
range.
Prizes will be awarded as follows:
Best score at 2uf) yard*., standing,
7 rounds.
Best score at 200 j.irds, kneeling,
7 rounds.
Best score at 200 yards, lung. 7
rounds.
Best score at 500 yards, kneeling, "
rounds.
Best score at 5(10 yards, lying, 7
rounds.
Best score at BOO yards, lyin^, T
rounds.
Shooting will commence at 9
o'clock a.m. sharp, and all contestants are especially requested to be On
the range at that hour. A very
attraeti\e "Booby Prize" will be
awarded, so every one has a ''ha'1'
Come out and join in lhe (un-
Kdward Elwell, Cap1
KOK SAL£.—Four teams .,( good
lica\y work horses, stock can he seen
on premises of ibe company nt
Movie.—Porto Hieo Lumber Co.,
Ltd. 38-Gt
Set of denuH-rat harness for sale
almost new.     Apply Herald. 84*
K<HI SALBi—Complete sel of
Kncyelopedta Brlttanlca.      Apply P.
tt   Box 51. cit\. 11-tt
WANTKh-Nur-in,: bv Mrs Pa^e.
Applv to Mrs Tisdate's or Bo*< -182,
city. *tl-4t
First class democrat for sale,
cheap.     Apply Herald. 34-*
Pair of light bob sleighs (or sala
cheap.    Apply Herald. Si--
FOR SALE.—Brahmas. laying
strain: prize winners, three hens,
three pullets, one unrelated male;
also Buff Orpington pullets from
prize stock. Apply Webb, Herald
office. 39-tf
Fire destroyed one of the old lu
iliiin school buildings at tlie Mission
nu Wednesday afternoon It was
formerly the girls dormitory. Since
the new huihling has been erected the
building has bven used for a laundry.
It is -supposed tin Ore slatted (rom a
stow For a time the tire threatened the new schaol building, but bj
good work on the part ot the gov-
ernment bridge new, .1. .1. Woods'
men and the Indians the fire was
kept from spreading. The old
building AW\ content* were totallvi
destroyed at an estimated loss of
about '*2,000.
If you want
WOOD
Phone 485
■nd your order will
receive prompt
attention
P.O. Box 157
CRANBROOK. B.C.
OJIBWAY
ONTARIO
THE NEW STEEL CITY
1100,000,000 TO BE EXPENDED
LOTS  FOR StlC
BEALE & ELWELL
RHEUMA
TOR ALL fOHMS OF
RHEUMATISM
Don't be skeptical about RHEUMA, the
modern enemy of Rheumatism. LuM.ljato,
Sciatica, Arthritis. Gout, t"■ ronic Neural*
8iB.orKidnevI'iMi'asr>. A(;ei t;.A;rgafe'.v
flWsyoii will know that lh- puiy.nous
trie Acid is Isavfttg the Sjrstem,
"For six years I was pracUi aliy s cripple
on crutches from Rheumatism. Out- bot«
tie of Kheunia cured me ' J K. t.reen*
burg. 383y Lotta«e <«rove Ave . Chicago, 111.
KHEUMA— HUe-raued -aov. a bottle.
Heattie-Murphy Co.,  Ltd , Agents.
WANT ADS.
2a- |a«r  .aaaal laarltlht aeela, nnal   la> a*
waaaal fair ea'la aa-ela Slt.f
I    FOK  RENT.—(lood stall],' lor lour
horses,    wltli law hay loll nnd oal
, lain; snolliT lor hiisfny or cutter, clcr-
j Irio light; avnlrallv lowlcd.     Apply,
Herald office, U-tt*.
' WEST KOOTENAY FRUIT l.-VN'D
—10 acre Iracls, close lo nurket,
only (8 lo IU pel mc, »lll monthly,
DRINKS LIQUOR FOR HIS
NERVES
Keep in mind ihe tact lhal Well
drink of IJipmr you takemily
creiiten nerve .U-muul for
larger il'ints .nni
more ot tl em
COME TO THE NEAL INSTITUTE
NOW
In THREE PAYS you will he
Perfectly ('iirwl of the Dilnk
Habit unit all UiMQ fynipioniB
which term to require liquors*
" medicine" will dlsippear.
BOX m, CMNIRODK, B. C THE   OBANBBOOK HBBALD
tunics IH WORLD'S
TAKE   FOUR   OUT OF FIVE    IN
WORLD'S   BASEBALL   SERIES   OUTCLASSING THE
GIANTS.
New York, Oct, 13.— When Connie
Mack declared, last Tuesday ntorning,
that "the Athletics will win tin-
world's cnainpionshlp and do it in
not moro than six games," the gaunt
leader o( the White Elophants called
tho turn for the championship went
to tho American leaguers with Saturday's 3 to ] victory over thi;
Giants.
The nnal game was n battle of "old
masters," Eddie Plank pitching for
the Athletics and Christy Mathowson
for lhe Giants The honors all go
to Connie Mack's cross-lire southpaw,
wbo fairly stood the Giants' hatters
on their heads and had il not been
for a fielding error by Plank himself,
there would have heen a shutout registered,
BLANK'S PITCHING IS MAGNIFICENT.
While Malhewson nKnin pRehc'
masterly ball, ihe mound work of
Plank was nothing .short nf uinglilll-
eeiil. Hill two similes wen* registered oiT his deliver) In ibe entire
nine Innings Veteran though he is,
Plank pitched the game in fast time
and showed little i.ffiecl of the umnj
years he has been heaving in lho bin
leagues.
The Athletics ou (class jkl the Giants
iu every department ol the game in
the past series, They won tour oul
otthe five names played, and it Was
only the magnificent pitching of
Mathowson last Wednesday that enabled the Giants to register a -solitary victory. The National leaguers
were expected to make a much better
showing in the pitching line than the
Athletics. The contrary was the
case. Bonder won two names for
tlie Mack-men, and oiitpitchcd Tea
rcati, Marqiiard and Crandall. Plank
lost a 10-lnning decision to Mathowson on Wednesday of last week, but
wiped that off the slate by bis superb
performance on Saturday. Leslie
Hush came out ot the unknown      and
pitched better ball than any one    ot
Medraw's men, with tbe solitary  exemption of Mathewsoh, .
GIANTS   OUTCLASSED    IN    ALL
DEPARTMENTS.
In the batting line, the American
leaguers left the Giants so far behind
that they appeared» "hushevs" in J
comparison, while their base-running
also excelled the much-vaunted
"speed" of the Giants. In fielding,
the Macktnen worked with a nicer!
precision and n&ain outclassed their
opponents, j
The bin series has caused lhe baseball men lo do some thinking, for the
Giants had clear sailing in the No-'
tlonal, while the Athletes were compelled to tight their way to the Hag
in the . Han-Johnson circuit, This
would Rgnlp Indicate that the youngon
ol the two major leagues plays the
far better baseball
PUTTING OFF THE USE OF
IDE IS SIMPLY IT!
F
The tendency to put otl until tomorrow what we should do today accounts tor most of the bald heads we
see- in the front row. I
Newbro's     Herpicide   stops falling I
hair and prevents baldness.  The dandruff   is destroyed by its use and    a
condition of health maintained in the
hair and scalp.
Nearly evei'vone has hair troubles
of some description which Herpicide
will correct. Don't wait until it is
too late.
It is conceded   to    be the standard
hair remedy and is recommended and
applied by all thc best hair dressers
and barbers.
Newbro's    Tlerpieide   in    BOo. and
$1.00 sizes is sold by all dealers who1
guarantee it  to do all that is claimed.        If >on  are not   satisfied your
money will be refunded.
Send 10c, in postage for sample aii(|
hook about the hair to The lleipiiide
Company.  Dept.  It., Detroit, Mich.
Ilealtie-Murpby Co., Ltd., Special
Agents.
MOST CORRUPT ELECTION IN
HISTORY OF QUEBEC
SUCH IS THE   OPINION OF MR.
FISHER.
Ste. Marline, Quo., Oct. 12.-
t hateauguay county, which since confederation Hi years ago has been represented in parliament by a Liberal
in the bye-election on Saturday elected Mr. .lames "Morris, Conservative,
a resident of the country, hy a majority of 111 voles over Htm. Sydney
Fisher at Drome
The vote was probably the heaviest
ever polled at a Dominion election,
averaging ai some of the individual
polls upward of 95 per cent. It is
estimated thai throughout the constituency over 80 per cent of the
electors in the voters list east their
ballots.. At one poll in this town al*
voted hut four.
A review of tlie voting shows lhat
the French speakinn sections and
English speaking sections at ito favored the government candidate. In
the Parish of Ocmston, with its- five
polls, Morris had a majority of 7-1.
| The village of Ormston gave Fisher a
Come around tonight and I'll gtvu   majority of It!   and the four outside
the  Athletics  catcher
made good.
who
IIIOHK'S A GOOD ONIv
Mrs. Murphy was getting Ibc supper for the children on Saturday
night when a young woman came to
her door.
"I'm a collector for the Drunkards'
Home," she said.     "Could you  help
you Murphy," said Hie housewife
she went about her work.—Kx.
village. Two years ugo Mr. Morris'
majority in St. Marline, a mixed
English and French speak ini;- center
was It) and tbis year 3tl. Tlw new
voters' list, with tlie one man, ono
vote principle applying, was much
smaller than two years ago, whicli
accounted tor the loss of ten votes.
*The successful candidate motored
through three of the principal villages of the riding after tne election
and in an interview here stated that
he believed tlie result an approbation
ot Premier Borden's entire policy and
record.
Mr. Fisher, the defeated candidate,
said he considered thc election the
most corrupt in his experience. For
two weeks he said he had seen evidence of crookedness, and he thought
he would lie thoroughly justified in
entering a protest.
Sir Hudolphc Lemieux said:
"Thc loss is all Chateaguays and
afl Canada's."
MAJORITIES BV PARISH.
polls recorded !'0 more for Morris
than on his opponent, against, a majority for six for the l.iheral member
in 1811. St. .lean Chrysostome
which includes the village ot Aubrey, |
the Conservative candidate's home ,
town, recorded fill majority for Morris. J'ue same district went against
him at the last election. I
lin llowiek, Morris was defeated by
312 a year ago and Saturday lie polled two more votes than Mr. Fisher.;
On September 21, 1911, the three'
polls in the Parish of Ctiaieaguay j
nave a Liberal majority of 11, while.
the same polls were carried on Sa-j
turday by Mr. Morris by 19, his ma-1
jority in Chateaguay Basin being 18
and at Woodlands 4fl. Mr. Fisher having a majority   of 45 iu Chateaguay
Parish.                    Morris
Fisher.
St. .Icon Chrysostome     ... .
.86     -
Chateuguay 	
.III     -
St. I'rbain 	
.—      13
Ste. Clotliilile 	
.-     2(1
Ormstown	
.74     -
St. Sacrament  "... .
2     __
Ste. .Martine 	
3!)     -
St. aVntoinette 1'Abbc   	
. 3     -
-    ir
Aggregate ma:orities  133     49
Majority lor Morris  .144
I in the three polls of Chateuguayj
parish, which even the Conservatives
expected Mr. Fisher to carry by
good majorities, Mr. Morris had a
majority of 19, carrying Chatequay
Basin and Woodlands respectively by
18 and 46, while ('hateauguay village
gave Mr, Fisher a majority of 40.
In Ste. Martine, at poll No. 19, Mr.
Morris had a ma!ority of 25, and at
poll 20 a majority of 18.
Baker, of the Athletics, clouting one of the    home   runs   that   made him
famous.
"Beggar Prince Girls" at the Cranbrook Auditorium on Ibe evening of Wednesday,     October     twenty-secoml.
AGRICULTURE IN BRITISH
COLUMBIA
"When once that land has heen
cleared and put into proper shape
who t'hat has once seen its marvellous crops ol knee-high clover, Its
luxurious hop-gardens, its loaded apple and other Iruit trees, even its
yield of grain — who will deny that
sooner or later the province's claim
lo lie thc finest agricultural provracc
ol the Dominion will he acknowledged
'throughout?" is the opinion ol Mr.
V. I'age Wilson, writing in the Journal ol Commerce, Montreal, on Apiculture In British Columbia-
Mr. Wllsam goes fully into the wonderful agricultural resources of the
province and shows hy facts and
figures1 lhat not only is British Co-
lunibia a great fruit growing1 country
hut possesses unbounded possibilities
as a grain growing and stock-raising
center.
"The production ot fruit has in-
creased by leaps and hounds in recent years while the number of trees
planted has sometimes exceeded a
million per year. In 1902 the crop
was valued nt $31111,(111(1, last year
although a season ol low prices il
was well over 12,000,000."
Livestock growers of British Columbia will In' invited to exhibit ut
the Panama exposition In San Francisco in lUlli. A big stock show will
lie a feature of the fair and the
Progress Club of Vancouver will try
to interest breeders of the province
sn that thev will make a good show
ing.
LAND NOTICE.
Cranbrook Land District.
TAKE NOTICE that Harriet C.
Miller, of Hossland, B.C., married
woman, Intends to apply lor permission to purchase the lollowlng described land:
Commencing at a P*8*- planted at
the north east corner ol Lot 9970,
Oroup One, Kootenay District; thence
cast lorty chains; thence south twenty chains; thence west lorty chains;
thence north twenty chains to point
ot commencement and containing
eighty acres, be the same more or
less.
Harriet Caroline Miller.
Wm. II. Moss, Agent.
Bated September. 2»lh, MU. 41-101
HEN YOU BUY WATioN'J YOU KNOW THAT
YOU ARE (JETTING A -SATIaSrACToRY
GARMENT, ONE THAT WILL GIVE COMFORT
AND .SATISFACTORY SERVICE.
SOME UNDERWEAR IS SCRATCHY AND
VERY IRRITATING, SHRINKS AND GETS
HARD IN THE WASHING. NOT So WITH
WATSON'S. IT IS
GUARANTEED To
GIVE SATISFACTION, AND IT
DOES. WE HAVE
ALL SIZES AND
GRADES TOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN.
Underwear
FOR    RALE OR    RENT.-Large
warehouse' with frost proof basement and electric light; very large
dry.      Apply Bos 3, Hera.d.      19-tt
The Home Bakery
Robkrt Fbamk, Prop.
Fresh Bread, Cakes, Pies, and
Pastries of All Kinds
PHONE 87
Norbury Ave.       Opp. City Hall
LAND NOTICE.
Cranhrook Land District.
TA K E NOTICE that Stewart
Morris, of Cranbrook, B.C., occupation Surveyor's Assistant, intends
lo apply for permission to purchase
the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted forty chains east and twenty chains
south of the south east cornet of
Lot 097(1, Group One, Kootenay District; thenco south sixty chains;
thence east twenty chains; thence
north sixty chains; thence west
twenty chains to point of commonct-
meni, containing one hundred and
twenty acres, more or les.
Stewart Morris.
William II. Moss, Agent.
Dated September 13th, 1913.   41-10
Royal Hotel
WM. STEWARD, Prop.
Well Furnished, Steam Heated Rooms
Everything New, Clean and Bright
Best ol Service and Cuisine In our Dining Room
Only White Help Employed
Large, Spacious Parlor* and Comfortable Rest
Rooms tor La»ics
All the Comforts of Home.   Family Trade (liven
Special Attention
Billiard Room
AUTOMOBILE STORAGE IN CONNECTION
Cranbrook,       -       -       B. C.
| Imperial Bank of Canada
No Man's Collar
is comfortable if it doesn't Mt
prfectly. Neither io the collar worn by yonr home, We
have l>een called the "horse's
merchant tailor" because we
are so particular alioiit the fit
of the harness we Bell. The
belter you treat your horse
thu better he will treat you.
(let liia harness here.
W.M. Park* Co.
CVtirraiNONM THE Mill
CRANBROOK, B. C.
HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO
I CAPITAL AUTHORIZED
CAPITAL PAID UP
RESERVE AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS  -
$iaooo,ooaoo
e.925,000.00
8,100,000.00
D. R. WILKIE, President.
HON. ROBERT JAFFRAY. Vice-President
Accounts of Corporations, Municipalities, Merchants
Farmers and Private Individuals invited.
Drafts and Letters of Credit issued available in any part of
the world.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT-Special attention
given to Havings Bank Accounts. Deposits of 11.00 and
upwards received and interest allowed from date ol deposit.
Cranbrook Branch: H. W. SUPPLE, Mgr.
The
Original
7ilg   and
M Only
Genuine
Beware
of
Imitations
Sold
on the
Merits
ol
Minard's
Liniment
MINERAL ACT.
CERTIFICATE     OF     IMPROVEMENTS.
NOTICE.
II. tc M., Musk, Maantaina, Mountain
View, 1'oormon, Silver Oroya,
Tiger, I'naii' Sam Mineral Claims,
slluule In tho Kort Steele Mining
Division nl East Knotruay District.
Whom located—Wild Horse Creek.
TAKE NOTICE that .lames A
Arnold, Ollieial Administrator o
tlie estate ol .lohn P. Larson, deceased, Free Miner's Certificate No.
117101111, intend, sixty days Irom date
licreol, to apply to thc Mining Recorder lor Certificates ol Improvements, for the purpose ol obtaining
Crown Grants ot the above claims.
And further take notice that action, under section 37, must be commenced belore thc issuance ol such
Certificate ol Improvements.
Dated this 8th day o! September,
A.I)., 1918. 37-9t
WATER NOTICE.
For a License lo Take and Use Water
NOTICE- IS HEREBY OIVEN
that James W. Blake, ot Wasa, B.C.,
will apply lor a license to take and
use ten acre leet ol water out ot   an
unearned creek, which flows in an
easterly direction through Lot 9070,
and empties into Copper Creek, neat
trail. The water will be diverted
at 190 teet east and 720 teet north ul
flic N. W. corner ol Lot 11010, and
will be used lor irrigation purposes on
Ihe land described as Pre-emption
No. 1270, Lot 11010.
This notice was posted on the
ground on the 21th day ol September, 1918. The application will lie filed
In the otlloe ol the Water Recorder at
Cranbrook..
objections may he filed with     the
said Water Recorder or wilh       Ilia
Comptroller „l Water Mights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
39-4t .lames lllake.
CltANBHOOK LAND DISTRICT.
District ol South Kast Kootenay.
TAKE NOTICE that Peter August
Orenon, ol Cranbrook, B.C., occupation printer, intends to apply lor
permission to purchase the following
described lairds:
Commencing at a peat planted
twenty chains north and twenty
chains west ol the south-east corner
ol Lot 9098, Oroup One, Kootenay1
district; thence west lorty chains;
thence north eighty chains; thence
east forty chains; thence south eighty chains to point ol commencement,
containing three hundred and twenty
acres, more or leas.
Peter August Orenon, Applicant
per Alexander Lewis St. Eloi,
Agent.
Dated August 19th, IMS.       Sl-9,
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