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THE CRANBROOK HERALD.
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CJRANBBOOK.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.   TUUKSI'AY, NOVEMBBIt it. lllll
NO.  15
Busy session ot the council por Dominion Experimental Farm
City Fathers Discuss Proposed Improvements-
Water Supply for Slaterville—Provision
of City Recreation Grounds
The city fathers were In regular
session all Monday nfteruootl, in thu
course ol whieli several matters of
great Importance, linking lo the Improvement ol the city, came up for
consideration.
There were present Mayor 11 mil, in
Iht chair, Aldermen Taylor, ('amp-
hell, ItowtKSs, McNabb, Jackson ami
■lohnson.
The lirst. business of public Interest
to arise was in connection with the
petition i.f Slaetervillt* residents for a
water service.
Messrs. ('. ll. Knocke, It. W. Hamilton ami D. Wilson, formed a committee of siaiervillc residents, who
attended to bring the mat ter before
the council.
As .spokesman for the committee,
Mr. Knocke outlined existing conditions in Siatcrvillo in regard to
water supply und intimated that at a
recent meeting of property owners it
had been decided to request tlw city
(I t'ranbrook to co-operate with
Siatcrvillo residents In securing a
better system. As evidence of their
giiid faith, the Slatcrvllle property
owi.crs had raised upward of $800 "to
be expended in laying the main, ami
ihey were prepared to pay the regu-
lat charge ol $10 for securing house
connect ion. This proposition in.
vblved quite lengthy discussion. Alderman Bowness told of meeting the
residents of Siaiervillc in on informal
way, and ot discussing with them requirements in the water supply line.
In the outcome the following resolution, moved by Alderman Bowness
aud seconded by AWeriuai. Johnson, ]
was adopted: '
"That tho petition of Siaiervillc
residents re water supply Ir received
and McNabb, tin; following committed
was appointed to investigate aud report upon the project. Aldermen
Howncss, Jackson, Hie city clerk ami
the city engineer.
From reports presented by the
John Oalt Kiigiiicerlng company it
appears that tla' cost of sewerage installation to date amounts to %'M,
000. So far the expenditure lias
been kept within tbe estimates.
I mlci tla* head of new business
Alderman Jackson asked II any member of lhe council had seen any results from the (000 voted by the
council in aid of, the board ol
trade's publicity campaign. He suggested that the city clerv should
communicate with tlie secretary of
the hoard of trade and obtain from
him a detailed statement of the uses
to which this $500 was devoted.
Council then adjourned.
Board of Trade Deals with Variety of Questions of City and
District Interest-Recreation Grounds-Armoury-
Experimental Farm-Roads and Bridges
Tlie InlloU'ilii* accounts were passei'.
anil imli'iiil paid:
School board orders    i 11(13.HI
Firo department payroll .... 240.00
.Salaries   305.00
Police payroll  360.00
City engineer's payroll   978.52
City clerk, sundries   81.24
UtlitjrWgc Herald    ,... 27..10
Kootenay   Telephone Lines,
Limited   12.85
lleatlic-Miirpliy Co  8.90
Herald Pull. Co    14.50
W   A. Rollins  9.25
Iv Mallandaine   250,00
(I. II. Leask .t Co  1000.011
IiiIiii (Salt  KiiKinccrinv, Cu. 8111.15
Sewerage debenture aect (advisory    lei'l   and   cost ol
election 	
l.i'iiiiiifciiin Typewriter   Co.
and tbal an agreement lie drawn   up ij   white (customs)
Iiy the city   solicitor lor tlirir signa- f.p.R. (|rt.ighl)
l,lrr-" Montana launtlrv 	
Alderman Bowness lurtber gave nn- ijt   u   \uvhara
tiee of    motion   lo anienil the waler vy.lr(j lu,rf Harris
works bylaw   to  meet lhe Mlgcncles EmI Koolenay Produce Cr
ol this ease.
A communication from Vi
on behalf ol H Kulljanics. was read
demanding compcnsMton to ibe
amount ol 125 tor alleg.il damages
in his property by the Installation if
the sewer This communication
was referred to tin* city solicitor
On motion ol Alderman Bowness
and seconded by Alileniiiin McNabb «■
it was resolved to apply to lhe hent- ^
ciiaiil-giiveiiinr in council fot atltiior- p
ity to declare within the city litniis. m
lot police protection purposes only
ihat juirtion of the sewerage
li ing outside  lhe  c|1 V   limit*
right ol   win, and tin* sewage 'li*i'
Vancouver   Ittihlicr
fiiird, ||   v   1'urter 	
K. Desall 	
McCreery Bros	
Havies Bros	
.1   Ii. McBride 	
Kink Mercantile Co.
Kink Mercantile Cc
Co
Parks ami Co. .
E. Worden 	
S   McNeil 	
.1   Kerry 	
\   Parrot!    ...
Payroll—Sewerage
iisiein. i'ronhro,ik   Electric
VMtll
Light
hi friuii l In- lioaiil ui
■s lor tlie eonatmcllon
;nio** Hock 113, Irom
link lo ihe school
referred   to th- works
Irom the n C
was referred to
personal alien*
sal works
\n npjIleali
school   trusti
ol a sidewalk
lhe   skating
lions,',     was
committer
A  communication
l.ihrartes nsnoclatlot
the imiioi   loi     to*
lion
A communication Irom He Mi
S|ici.cci, ol , ti,- ll C Local Option
league, was received nml lllctl
Tlie rciiilcsl ol Vi. II Wilson, jewel
el. to tie allowed lo supply the new
rily bull »ilh a clock, ill n coal of
JIK.75. was nceeple,!.
The Cranhrook Electric Light company's Bccounls, which have been in
dispuec fin somo lime pasl. were ii-
fenial lo a special committee for action.
The rn,* chlel was aulbori/eil hi
purchase Immediately nm leet ol additional hose.
Mayor ttunl Intimated that he hml
received a tomtnunloa-Moti from Ferule, ris|iiestiug that such ol the city
police as could la- spuri-d, should be
sent Ihere to assist in maintaining
order. Mayor llinil suiil be hail re*
pliorl lhal lhe eily police were all re-
i|iiinsl lor duty nl home, bul Hint he
had authoil'eil Chief Dow lo secure
and M-iid forward any men he could
obtain for that purpose
The uctiion ol the mayor wns approved unanimously.
Applications lor llie position of
janilor ol Ihe new city hull were next
rend and considered amt mi mot ion ot
AW. .lohnson and llowr.ess, Hint of
.1 V.. Slannart was accepted, Um
salary to be paid lo lie UU per
month.
Alderman Jackson then brought up
grounds Inr lhe city, Including u lake,
grounds for lhe city, including a lave,
lie pointed out that a suitable, site
could lie secured, which contained n
large pond, about a mile and n
ipiarter Ipyoml lite west Iboumtary
ol the city. At a relatively small
coat, this pond could In* dammed ami
enlarged io make a lair slwd lake.
Ihi   million nl    Aldermen .lueksnii
—St'Vlelilge
Canada   Ccmenl   Co . Ltd
I Cnlgillvi— Sewerage    .
Cranbrook    **;Hi ami Door
I'o —Siive'lice        	
Davis lir«.s—Sewerage ....
Fink Mercantile Co., Ltd -
Sewerage	
King Lumber Mills—Sower*
atf' 	
Kootena)    Telephone Co —
Sewerage       	
MusaeilB,  Ltd. -    Sewerage
.1  n McBrklo—Sewerage
McCrerr)    Bros.—Sewerage
F   Parks ami Co —Sewerage
\    r    Pye—Sewerage	
Ward ami llnnis-Scwcragc
\Y K Worden—Sewerage ..
VV    !■:.  Woolen—Sewerage ,..
.1    F. Petry—Sewerage 	
VViisliiltgl.'ii Brick, Lime and
Hewer ripe Co.—Sewerage
354.00
3.62
70.35
213.93
11.00
7.50
9.40
15.32
12.00
112.12
4.1.75
28.46
5.85
13 3(1
42.20
13.00
78.8.1
17.00
13.5.1
20.76
11.30
5288.65
2S 7.',
206 44
229.50
22.81
3.lill
96 Oil
178 111
mil
2.17.99
101.25
5.00
3.11.113
171.72
22.80
8900.61
Total
S2II.730.32
Balfour Resigns Leadership of British Unionist
Party
London, Nov. 8 -Right Hon. A.
.1 Balfour has it-sinned tlie leader-
shi|i of the opposition.
Mr. Balfour's private secretary
continue**, llir report of his j-caigna-
tiou, Baying that it had been neevssi
(oted by tlie statrot his hcullli.
It Is si um lim n t that tla* annual
meeting ol the tariff reform league
was inaili- the oeeasiou for tin* announcement of Mr. Ilalfotir's rcsigmi
timi from tlie leadership of the
Unionist party. It is no secret that
the ex-premier has never been in en-
tin* accord with the Chamberlain
policy and that It has received hut
his perfunctory support at any time,
while he* ileal! it a severe blow im
tht* eve ol tlie last general election,
when lu* lorced the Vnle/ntrtt leaders
lo agree with him In the announce
menl that if relurned no duly would
lw Imposed on l.tudHtHllM, thus rutting
Tlie regular monthly meeting ol the
board ol trade was fairly well attended on Tuesday evening last, President liryinner occupied tl.e chair .
One of tla* first sub jet* is discussed
was thut nl the badly needed i.>.itl
between this city and Gateway.
At Uie request of Gateway, residents this matter was brought forward
by F. .1. Deane, who pointed out the
importance to the city of t'ranbrook of taking vigorous steps to secure the early construction of u
direct wagon road between this city
and Gateway. The splendid arable
lands in the Gateway district wero
being rapidly settled up and a fine
class of settlers was coming in- Tho
trade of that section should naturally
come to t'ranbrook and certainly
would it easy means of access were
provided. Tbe question ol direct
wagon road connection had been before the board in the past, hut so
tar no move had been made to construct this very requisite highway.
He urge*., tliat the hoard should in-
elude this road in its recommendations to the provincial minister of
works. Mr. Deane's remarks were
seconded hy Mayor Hunt and by Mr.
ltenedict, wl.o called special attention
to the need of a bridge at Gateway to replace the present ferry.
Tit? suggestions wecc adopted and
this work will be included in the
board's programme lot tlio minister
of put tic works.
K. .1. Dcaitc tlin-cleel attention to
another badly needed piece* of road
work. Ile snid he had hern requested by settlers along the Perry
Creek road to bring to ilie notice
of the- board of trade th.* importance
of securing on appropriation tor the
extension tif the Perry Creek wagon
road to the quart/, claims, a distance
eif some live or six miles, also to tlie
need of repairs to the existing Perry
Greek wagon road, between the six
mile point and the Perry Creek
hotel Mr. D:*ane pointed oui the advantages tn Cranbrook of see-tiring
the best means ef communication
possible between Perry Creek, with
prospective active quart/ mining
camp, aw! this city, and urged ihat
this work be also Included in the
board's programme. This suggestion
is acted upon.
The next matter to receive attention was tin- proposed city recreation
grounds. The nee*d of something ol
this sort was freely admitted and the
urgency of prompt action was also
recognized, Alter considerable discussion as to best locations, etc.,
the following committee was appointed to make a careful Investigation and report to next meeting ol
lhe board' Messrs Cock, McNabb and
Gurd.
The following correspondence in
reference to tlw establishment nf a
demonstration or experimental farm
this district by the provincial
governincnl was then re*ad and fully
itlseiissed:
H. Benedict, Esq., Secretary Cran
brook Hoard of Trade, Cranbrook,
B.C.
Sir: I beg tn acknowledge receipt
of your favor ui the I st Inst., enclosing application lor a demonstro
tion orchard from Mr. II. II Me
Clurc,
lu looking over Mr. McClute's application, I note ihat he expects the
governmenl to slump lho land. I am
afraid that we cannot undertake to
do this. The land musi he cleared
and ready for planting On no occasions *iu establishing mu demonstration orchards hnvo we undertaken
clearing operations,
1 have not forgotten about the
demonstration orchard lor the Cranbrook district, and dim-rent sites will
be examined, and I hope that steps
may Im* taken Ibis (all, towards gel
ting the land ready [or planting iu
the spring.
The site which Mr, McCluro offers,
is suitable, as fnr ns I remember it.
Mr. Wlnslow, or ono of the assistant
horticulturists, will be around ynur
way at the conclusion ol tho (all
fairs, antl will thoroughly look Into
the question, and report to tt.ls de*
purtiiient. I do not think Ihat we
will hate any difficulty in securing a
suitable location for the experimental of Interest and set,ite t
orchard. , Ibe readers of the Herald:
1 have Ihc honor to be, sir, i Tlw     Secretary     Hoard   ol     Trad,*:
Win. K  Scott,        |      Cranhrook, B.C.
Deputy Minister. I    Dear Sir : I en lose a copy of    my
pamphlet from which you will see tb-
heid thu first Tuesday iu December,
should Ir* devoted, as was the ease
lust year, to the consideration of tho
pu'tic Had requirements ot the Cran
brook district, with u view to securing ste-b Information as wilt be nt
use iii tbe minister ot public works
in preparing bis estimates (or road
work in ibis district. Residents
iu the outlying districts should take
advantage of this opportunity nf
bringing) their needs, iu the way ol
roads, tn ihe attention nf the governmenl and communicate direct with
tin* .secretary if the board, Mr.
Iti-iicilict, or with any member thereof.
The question of au armoury for the
city was   discussed, upon tin* motion
nf Mayor    Hunt, who Intimated that
In* bad some correspondence on     the
subject,     ll was reported that       a
movement    was under way in       the
city  to secure tbe establishment  of a
lool mllltta company und it was decided    to    wail the outcome of that
move before proceeding further    wiih
■ be armoury question
Tlu  following let(i*i  was lead     and
reproduced hen-, as it may  prove
of
Handsome New Church
In Prospect
City Catholics  Oiscuss with Their Vicar General,
Rev. Father Althoff, of Nelson, Ways and
Heans of Securing New Building
Itev, Father Althoff, vicar-gvneral
of the Human Catholic dien-t-sr of
Vancouver, was a visitor in town
this week. His visit here was ut the
Instance of the Archbishop to discuss witb tin* parishioners ol Cranbrook the local needs ill the* way      nt
Improved church accommodation.
The following, among other members, met the vicar-general at the
St. Eugene hospital and enjoyed a
very profitable discussion with him ol
the needs ol the parish: Rev Father
Plamondi n, Messrs .loan £. Kennedy, John A Kennedy, W K. Cllne,
Thos. Doris, ,1ns Ityan, .l«>s Brault,
Jos. Chassay, W Ranklns, E, W
Doolon and others,
Consideration of existing financial
conditions developed the pleasing
fact that tho church had a considerable sum ol cash in band, ami it was
decided to proceed at once with the
purchase < f six emtrally located
lots, upon which ilie new church w-iii
be erected and a parochial hall will
In* built at once (or social assemblies
and ol ber purposes. It is intended
to proceed at once   with thr erection
of the parochial hall and the putting
o(   the    lots    Into gexnl   shape. The
question of we new church will      ho
left   in the hands ol a special    committee, who. it is expected, will   ii-
prepared with a report in May next,
when, according    to    present  Intcn-
ttons, a start will Iv made upon   au
handsome new church edifice, to cost
.in tlie* neighborhood ol $80,000.
'   Rev, Father Althoff, who bad   not
i been in Cranbrook during    the    past
i three years, expressed surprise tlt it-*
[growth and evident prosperity.      Ho
was particularly    pleased   with   the
new Hanson lilnck and the bonk build-
lings, whilst he picked out for special
mention the new     agricultral cxhtbl
Hon building on   the hill        lie  was
also rery   eulogistic ol the city's enterprise     in the    mattei    ot the new
sewerage   system        He    Intimated
quote emphatically that ll  was high
time the church in tins city had larger and   more   commodious quarters
The   \irar-general went to Fernie on
Tuesda*.. returning yesterday to Kel-
II. II. Benedict, Esq., Secretary
Board of Trade, Cranhrcok, B.C.
Dear Sir: Re Cranhrook experimental farm. In conversation with Mr.
Scott and Mr. Middh ton cu Thursday last, it was decided that the
sites so (ar offered in tlu? district, lor
the experimental orchard, are hardly
central enough for our purpose1. Mr.
Middletoii Is instructed lo visit the
district in aboul two weeks, and
confer ' with Mr. Caven, to wlftmi I
have   written, and   yourself, with re
gard to    applications
lands south of the city, where, as is
pointed out  by  Mr.  MidtHclon,  there
are a number if suitable sites within
close distance.
I trust that you    will take      this
matter    up    vigorously,    and  have
everything in shape    for Mr. Middlc-
lortv'it   the time of bis visit.
Yours very truly,
R. M. Winstow,
Horticulturist.
Victoria, B.C., (let. 19, 1911.
Witb a view to meeting tho
requests contained in tht\ foregoing
correspondence - tbc following committee was appointed to Investigate
carofllly the available land and to i
Mitiiniimir.il.'     with     Mr. Middlt-ton
work in which I am engaged on behalf of young men emigrants. I chall
bc very glad of your co-operation In
this work. The secretary to tin-
hoard of trade at Saskatoon has
rendered me a great deal ol help during the past lew years. Tn a letter
dated 18th May he wrote:
"Our beard requests nu* to than',
you spetiall*. for sending so many
good people to this city, and I am
quite sure that wm must ...i'<* heard
from a large portion ut them to   the
ou the hrncli effect that they are pleased and prosperous. Of course, I well recognize
thai you take great Care to s-nd only
people who arc likely tr do you
credit and to do credit to us.'*
1 am   frequently asked to lix      up
young men on   fruit farms and cattle
ranches in llritish Columbia, without
premium.      1 should therefore       be
' greatly obliged if    you would furnish
| uie with     the names of any funnels
I in your neighborhood who would    be
willing, ir.    the spring nt next year,
to employ well  educated young men,
without knowledge of farm duties, on
their  fruil     farms or cattle ranches, ■
paying them a small wage according
their ability and adaptability.
If vou can advise    me ot any open
tin- olQccts lor which Orangemen
were bunded together; and the icsult
was that the ortlei bad increased in
membership (nan ono cod of Canada
in the other In 1910 over a hundred new bulges were organized, aad
iln* Increase in membership had constituted a record. It is expected
that when the returns come in from
the province of British Columbia (oi
1911, they will show that the membership has doubled in this provtaot
within the last four years. There ai
now seventy lodges in the province
and Mr. Whltely has applications t
bis possession for the cstabli**me:,t
nf three more, at Pnn«**\Rup*-ri
Okanagan Falls and ffestoank. Tin*
lodge in Cranbrook has trebled
membership within the last righte***!
months. At the close d the programme refreshments were served by
the members nf the I-adirs (France
bulge, after which a very enjoyable
meeting was brought to a
close by the singing ut the KstUdhol
Anthem.
White Labor Only
Messrs. Dealt*, ltenedict and Hunt.     I iT)gs for other classes of workers, ami
It was lurtber decided to communl- j direct me    to any gentlemen     who
cate with   tbe Dominion minister   of  would    lie    willing to  put tlie new- \
agriculture)     Hon.     Martin   Hurrell, j comer in touch with the employer, it
with u    view  to securing the estab-j would also greatly assist me. I
lisbment in the Cranbrook district of     Any information or assistance    if
0 Dominion experimental (arm, ami a  this nature, with which you can fur-
copy of this communication is tn    he  nisb me, I shall greatly appreciate.
forwarded to     Mr.    A.   R. Ooodcve, I Yours sincerely.
his
operation in
the
M.P., (or
j matter.
I   li was decided that the next mect-
j ing ol    the   hoard of trade, tn     he
\V. Beecnet Smith.
SccreUryY   .M.C.A.   Emigration  Advice Dept., 5fi Peter Street, Manchester, England.
away one ol the main planks ot tbe
Chamberlain programme, that ed preference lot eolonial wheat
Headed by V. E. Smith, the young-
Si section of the party has been fighting for lho retirement ol Balfour in
favor of Austin Chamberlain, and, the
iminence ol tla- desperate conflict
over home rule may have had much
to (hi with Mr. Balfour's de-clsion to
retire front the turmoil nl party
strife to the philosophic calm of the
library-
On the other hand strong personal
loyalty characterizes the attitude ol
the nw.k and file of the party to this
lovable leader and Consummate parliamentarian, whose stirring qualities
received a remarkable tribute a lew-
days age from the Canadian, Bonsr
Law.
I
Long Distance Motoring
MRS. K. W.    OREEN AND PARTY
MAKE A SUCCESSFUL RUN
BETWEEN    CALGARY
AND FERNIE.
Mrs. F. W, (IH).
Chester   Staples,
Oreen and    Mrs.
the ear to arrive by train.
They   were able to get away   Irom
Calgary at ■-  p.in
. i. p.* i ii »it.   .,..111
Saturday and en- ]
Orange Order's Progress
STATEMENTS     OF    ORGANIZER
VYHITELEY SHOWING STEADY
GROWTH OF ORDER IN B.C.
On Monday evening, November 6Ui,
countered a heavy snow storm on the
run into High" River, where they
spent the night. Freito High River
they made a good run to Macleod the
next day.      They left Macleod      at
10 a.m. Monday, in a gale ol wind, j Qn entertainment was held in the
which varieel iu strength throughout Orange ball under the joint auspices
the day. En route they saw thou-',,* L.O.L., No. IMI, R.B.P. No 180
sands ed geese and ducks migrating ' anrf L.OR.A. No. !.3. The members
south. They lunched at Pincher and of these lodges and their Iiicnds turn
ran into snow again at Coleman, nl out in go**! numbers and ibe re-
crossing the divide. This gradiiu.ly suit was a large and enthusiastic
disappeared as they descended Into meeting. Rev. 11. C. Speller,
the B.C. side. At lloimer, lu.w- srand ehapluin ol Saskatchewan, ot-
evcr, they struck another heavy cupied the chair ami made an excel-
snowstorm, which continued to it.- lent presiding offie-er. Seated with
crease in intensity until Fernie was him on the platform were C. W.
re-ached, about ; p.m. In view of Whitcley, uf Vancouver, provincial
the heavy snowfall It was deemed' gnnd organizer; Rev. C. 0. Main,
advisable to ship the car home lrom|ltev. W. E. Dunham and Capt. Stride
Fernie. They passed through the The programme consisted of a cornet
several eoal camps on Iheir way, and so\n hy Capt. Stride; recitations by
everything seemed perfectly quid and Miss Leaman and R. A, Fraser; a
peaceful. They saw nothing ol the • vocal solo hy Miss Cenley; a musical
reported rioting.       Generally speak- sketch by    Oeo.   D. Ingram; a quar-
inr. the) roads in North East Kei-oto-
nay were far superior to those traversed lu     Alberta.       The long trip
Detroit,    and    Mr. Elmore Staples,
arrived home em Tuesday Irom a
long    motor   tour,    on »1ilch Mrs.
Green acted as chauffeur.
The party left Cranbrook and drove
through to OoWen, whence tlu'lr ear
was shipped to Calgary. There they
had lo spend three days waiting   lor
Miss Johnson, of was made with prnotlcoly no    mis
hap, save a minor break nr two and
a single piietnre. The car slnod the
long mn admirably.
Go witli the crowd to the big masquerade ball iu the Auditorium
Thursday, the 13rd.
tette by the Radclide brothers, and
addresses by Messrs. Whlleley, Main
and Dunham. In bis addreti Organ"
i/tr Whitcley dealt particularly with
the aims and olljccts of the association* and pointed oui the* necessity
fur the existence of such ar. < rgant/u-
t ion in On* Dominion of Canada He
stated that the campaign ol publicity
which the association was conduct-
in ing bad been tlie means of removing a
I great deal of misunderstanding as   |0
IS THK RI I.K OF THK RECENTLY OPENED CRANBROOK
STEAM    LAI NDRY—A
THOROUGHLY MOD-
ERN PLANT.
Cranbrook can now boast of a
thoroughly modern, up-to-date, steam
laundry, fitted with all tbe lausi
labnr saving appliances for tlie execution tl first-class laundry work
A visit to the ne** Cranbrook
Steam Laundry is well worth while.
It is a striking evidence *>( the
growth n( the city and of at least
one man's eemfidence ia Its lutun-.
For Mr. c. T Davis, the proprietor,
who nas been actively engaged in the
steam laundry busine-ss lor the past
twenty-five years, has seen fit to invest upwards of 110,000 in purchase
o( building site, building and plant,
to meet what lie believes to be a
real need in this cite.
White labor only, is Mr Mavis'
rule, and higb priced skilled lat-or at
that. With his modern machinery
and skillet! labnr Mr. Davis can turn
out work in a thoroughly satisfae-
torj manner tbat will defy competition, even ol Asiatic labor,
A nil-Asia tic     labor    talk  has  been
iei> prevalent here, as elsewhere
throughout the pnivn.ee. and tin- cats
ol Cranbrook    people still ring with
the "White B.C '* cries ol re*Ce*nt election campaigns Ik-re is a matter
nt fact, honest effort to meet this
issue and by the Installation ol
modern machinery, operated hy akill-
id white men and women, to replace
the Chinese laundries of thr city.
Mr. Davis confidently anticipates the
generous support of this and surrounding districts His plant is
fitted up to cope with all the husi-
ness that can possibly lie secured
from tliis city and the surrounding
camps and towns. lie has carefully :
surveyed tbe field awl from the pro- ■
mise-s of support given him on every ,
band,   has   not     hesitated lo invest
heavily iu     the present plant, secure     The find   is located in what
the Itest labor ami   provide for Cran-  once an   old  lied of the Red
bn ok a modern steam   laundry   that ] river, and   is expected to pan
would In* a   credit tn a far      larger  about 17.50 per   square yard.
the skilled operators at work.
The building is fitted up with a
suant boiler and electric dynamo,
i\.r tlie operation of several nf the
special machines and irons, as wel
a-* for lighting purpose** There is a
■pedal fireproof drying chamber, all
kinds of modern machines lor laundry-
log and fixing up millinery ut every
de-scriptton. particularly ladies fine
silk wear
At present Mr Davis bas a staff of
six. m additio-n to hJmsell and his
son. thre*e men and three- women.
The three women are skille-d irot*ers
Irom lethbridge, one of the men is
th** engineer. .Jos Bird, of this city,
and another is an expert laundry-
•iian The other man drives the delivery wagon With tlie machinery
installed Mr Davis can and will, ul-
ttmatfly, give employment to half a
dozen additional girls Al the outer the plant Es not being run to
full rapacity, but onee the business
eets established awl th*-residents of
Cranbrook recognize that they can
eet their laundry work dene under
tin* most modern sanitary arrangements, it is anticipated that the
plant will 1* taxied tn full capacity,
when    upwards of   twer.ty-five hands
ill be steadily employed.
It is not saying too much to re-mark tbat the establishment ot this
up-te*-date steam laundry within the
city limits marks a distinct forward
step tn the city's progress Despite
tin* objection to Asiatic labor it has
bi-i-n practically Impossible heretofore
to avoid employing this class of
labor in laundry work. Now, how-
eer. all occasion for M doing lias
been removed Mr. Davis has the
facilities (or doing all this class ot
work in the city, and ol meeting
the ntpiiremeiits ol the surrounding
districts as well His price list
speaks for itself
Rinn up 'phone 55 for tbe wagon to
rail (or your laundry.
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The first gold to ne found m Alberts has been discovered, it is believed, on the Red Deer rifot, thirty-
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When the river cuts through sections
SI, 37, 32 and 3, 38, 22 Certain it
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claims sobxlooo feet, h-v*.- teen filod
at tire Dominion Lands olliee at Reel
Deer by Messrs. Stephens, of Calgary, and Corbitt, Hoag ami Adams,
of Bdmonton, at a cost of J'1'1
It appe-ars that Mr. Stephens, who
bas had experience in tin- Cobalt
camp made a visit to this location
and washed several pans ol "pay"
gravel, every pan but one showing
the precious metal. It did not take
him., and his party long to plate
their stakes and file an area of 1000
x flflun feet along Uie shore of the
river below the bluff.
was
Deer
out
The
discoverer was offered $8000 for   his
City,    This week a Herald representative took    the opportunity of      in-.claim, and his assooiatei would   not
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Leader o! Rebellion in China
Stirring Career of Sun-Yat-Sen the "jaribaldi" of
the Celestial Empire
The most striking and ilramnl it
li--) ire iu tin* si ir nni; news from
C'hlnn is .Sun-Yat-Sen, the leader ol
ibe movement among educated chin
esc which has al losl shown ItseM
in open revoll nyaiiisl ibc Manchti
rulers. Mt- is the man who is said
to have been selected as the President of a Chinese Republic,
His lib- story proves ihat the spirit
ol romance and adventure is not
dead, lor this man, who was kidnapped in London, imprisoned in the
Chinese Legation In constant fear of
execution till tin* in it ish government
sternly ordered bis release, and on
whose head a price ol C 1,8,000 has
hi-en placed, bus vet spent must ot
his time iii ('lima in disguise, though
discovery    meant torture and death,
educating  the      people In preparation
for the day which now appears      i*
have dawned.
Born forty-nine years aRo, of Chin
roe Christian parents in Canton, In
studied medicine at the Anglo-Amerj
can mission there for a lime. Then
in IKK7 be went to llong-kong to be
come llu* lirst student in a College ni
Medicine which Dr. dames Santlie,
now a well known medical man in
llarley street, London, had foi iidcd.
This aKsiH-iation with Hr. Con tlio Is
an important incident iu his life, for
it was through tl"" doe-tor's ellorts
that tbe Chinese Legation was, some
years later, forced to teleow him
from a |K>ndae,e that seemed Inevitably lo l«*;id to ih.- send old.
In I***-*'- hn a duly tpmlilied man, he
hfj..ui to practice In Macao, and
ihere came into sympathetic contact
wilh that desire [or reform Ihat has
shaped lis    Whole lid'-     "There," he
wrote. "I tirst learned of the exist
ence of a political movement which I
might best describe as the forma
lion of a 'Young China1 party Its
objects were so wise, so modest, and
st> hnpH'ui that my sympathies woti
:i\ once Willstcd in Us Miulf, and 1
believed I was doing my t>est to
lurlhcr Um- Interesta of my country
by joining it. The Idea was to
bring nboul a pcacrlul reformation,
antl ore hoped, It. forwarding modcsl
schemes nl reform to the throne, to
initiate a form ot government more
consistent with modern requirements.
'llu* prime essence of ihe movomenl
was the establishment of a form of
constitutional government to supplement Uu- uid fashioned, corrupt, ami
worn-out system under which China
is groaning.
The governmenl ol China, snn-Yat-
Si*n explains, is carried on chiefly by
the Viceroys, who have entire charge
Ol a province, raising an army and a
navy, levying taxes, and administering such Justice as they choose, their
only responsibility to tlie Court- at
Pekln being to send in reports and
mi nry. Yet the Viceroy of Canton
—to take an instance—ruling a country with a population greater than
that of Groat Britain, is allowed a
salary of only COD a year. In order
lei live ami maintain his office, and
accumulate Wealth he, there-tore, resorts to extortion and the sale n(
ins i ice.
At last things came to a head, and
an artmd rising was planned lor October, 1895, Hut the authorities
got news of the movement Manv td
tin- lenders were arrested and extcul
ed, and Sun-Yut-Seii, who was        at
Canton, eaeaped over the city wall
in a bns'-et and ma.b* his win in a
steam launch to Mncoa, a(t«>i hair-]
breadth pseapes Tien, rm Ihr nil
vice ol his European tt lends. i.< pat
nn Roropenn clothes, removed his
pigtail, grew  a monst-nclie, and made
bis way lo Honolulu.
Nim-Yai-Sen emtio prominently before the Itiilisb public in 1890, when
he was imprisoned iu the Chinese
Legation, in London, (rom October
ll h October 2*'(, and eventually releasee) on very strong representations
being mode by the lute Lord Salisbury
"I was walking near the Chinese
Embassy," he explained afterwards,
"when I met one ol my countrymen,
lie asked me what my native province was, and I saitl it was Canton
He saitl, 'I belong there also.' II*
took a walk with mc a short way,
and then another Chinaman appeared.
lie came from the building where I
have been detained; at that lime I
did not know ii was the Chinese
Legation When th;* second China
man appeared, the lirst said, 'This is
a countryman of ours,' and I shook
bunds. As we walked slowly pasl the
legation, these two Chinamen askoj
me tc go in, and before I could re
lly they pushed me inside the door.
The door was immediately shut, and
ihe two then forced me In a room,
and looked lhe door."
Continuing his story, Sun-Yiil-Sen
said one ol the Chinamen said to
him: '"Wc arc not going to extradite
We are going lo lie you up and
block your mouth, and carry you al |
night on hoard some ship that wo
have chartered. Wo have four men
in keep guard and lock you up ou
board ship. If we rantiot smuggle
you away wc can kill you here, be
cause this is China."
"He told me 1hnt I should have
no chance lo escape," added Sun-Yal-
■ich, "I asked bim what tliey would
ilo if they failed to get me off in
tbal way He said they would have
ne killed here ami embalm my Imi'.y
und wild it had" to China tor execution, tor the Chinese punishment extends to the dead, lie added Hint
tbe Chinese government wanted me
to la* captured at anv price, dead "r
alive.
"I wrote Iwo notes to send to Or
Cantlie and Dr. Man set., bul the
were not delivered. Finding no reply camel attempted lo throw 'a
note from the window to the nexfc
house*. It appears it was picked up
by cm* of the men at the Embassy, and   the next day the window
was screwed up."
The note thus Hung from tbe window read: "This will inform lho
public tbal I. Sun, was kidnapped bj
(Itinese Legation, and shall Ih- smug
gled out from England Into China
for execution. Whosoever picks this
paper up please show to Dr. .lames
Cantlie, it; Devonshire street, for bis
re-sciie."
Eventually, on October 17th, Dr.
cantlie g<»t news ol his friend's imprisonment Means were soon contrived lo communicate with him,
a servant of the Legation being persuaded to pass notes to Snu-Vnt-Sen
in a eoal scuttle. In this way an
evening pupir containing nu account
oi Um* kidnapping wns also smugiziled
to the prisoner, and he was thus assured   that his   friends were working
i   save him from a terrlh.e fate.
Dr   Cantlie promptly Informed . the
■ -reign Otlice. and at the same time
had detectives posted around the
Chinese Legation to prevent any attempt al smuggling Sun away. De-
lore long Scotland Yard look up the
tusk of watching the premises, nnd
rd Salisbury made a demand      lor
the   rclOMO     Di    tho prisoner, which
was prompt!$ obeyed,
.lust before rue o'clock on Ihe   nf-
letuoeiii of    October 28, Irvtcrtive-ln
spectot J at Vis, ol Scotland Yard,
arrived at the Chinese Legation. Ho
had wilh bim a letter bearing tbe
foreign olliee seal, and was accompanied, by Dr. CanWIc. To sir Hal-
I [day Macartney, secretary to tihe.
Cliinise* Legation, he presented this
letter, and in a lew moments Sun
walked out with his friends, a free
man*
After that came a period of constant travel through England and
America, with frequent visits in disguise to China. All the time lit1
was arranging for the education ot
bis fellow-countrymen in western
ideas, and raising funds for Ihc release nf his land from the foreign
ile of the Maneliu oppressors.
His English friends speak of him
with enthusiasm, Mrs. Cantlie, wife
of the doctor who has proved so
■'Und a friend, speaks ol him as
"The Garibaldi of China."
"He visits us almost every year,"
she fold a press representative. "He
was lasl novo in January of this
year, n-nd seemed unusually opttmis-
and confident. Oonerally he was
grave and thoughtful, like a man
who feels deeply, hub this time he
was (|uiU> gay and lively. On January 11 he sailed for America, but,
contrary to his usual custom, left nn
address at which we might communicate with hint. But l feel sure that
alter a visit to Honolulu, where he
was going to see his son and arrange for his admission to an agricultural college, In? went straight to
China.
"Although lor years there has boon
a pr'cc on his head, and people have
said tliat' lie dare .not set foot in
China, ho has as a matter of fact
spent most of his lime there. Of
course, he has been disguised, but
..-.in then be has been suspected, and
has bad hairbreadth escapes. Once,
be lold us, he had to remain in a
Chinese house for six months, he
cause his presence become known,
and Anally ho was smuggled out to a
steamer. But he is absolutely tearless, and lient only on his mission t f
educating his fellow-countrymen and
urging them to throw off the shackles
of their Manehu rulers.
"When he was here In January we
felt confident thai ho was on lhe eve
of a great coup—he spoke so hopefully
of success. 'Wo have two-thirds of.
tho army,' he used to say, and then
he would add, 'You will soon Lear of
me again.j
"The impression that great things
were coming was curiously confirmed
on March 23 last, when a London detective—1 do not know whether he
was from Scotland Yard or the
Chinese Legation—called here and asked whether we knew where Sun.Yat-
Sen was. We ■were unable tn say,
and tliere the Incident ended, but we
realized that he was causing anxiety
lo someone, and this further prepared
us  for the | present events.
"Me is a patriot, ami his sole aim
is to release his beloved country
from the foreign rule of the Manchus.
This should nni involve any very
great change. The rule Is really iu
the hands ol the Viceroys, and each
province has more freedom than the
state's in the t'nittd States ol
America. Sun-Yat-Sen would
tain these Viceroys, making them
subject to a strong president, and
giving the people a parliament. Apart
Irom this there would lie little
change in the actual machinery of
government.
"As for any relorm ol the court,
he regards that as Impossible. He
points out that the Emperor is a
cbiltl, that Ihe Itcgent. his uncle, is a
weak man, and everything is at the
mercy of intrigues between two
Dowager Empresses.
"It this report that Sun-Yat-Sen is
to he president nt a Chinese Republic
suggests that he seeks such a post,
it i|uit<* misrepresents his character.
That is md like Sun. He is so
modest, so utterly without ambition,
and I am sure he would not accept
the presidency if it wen- forced upon
him, and he were convinced Ihat the
step was the only erne to secure the
welfare ol bis country.
"We think this must he China's
greatest hid for freedom, for we ore
oiilidenl that this time Sun-Yat-Sen
s actually on Hit- spot, inspiring and
direcl ing il. In previous risings the
rain lias always been fired too soon.
beforo be could be em the spot. He
lias never been present. Itetore— that is
what distinguishes lhe present rising
frnm all previous efforts, *iml makes
it   so full of hope."
It was reassuring to hear that no
anxiety need lie IcM fnr Europeans in
China.
"Not only is Sun-Yat-Sen an earnest Christian (he ustd to attend
church when staying with us), and
the sou ot a Christian," said Mrs.
Cantlie, "hut the movement has
nothing of the anti-fe>rcfgner idea
about il. He knows well that if It
is sought to set up another govern-!
menl, all possibility of giving offence
to otlier nations must lie avoided.
The present rising must net bc con
fused with Boxer outbursts, fomented
bv tl.e governmenl to pot rid ol
foreigners."
Of Snn-Yul-Sen's ultimate and
ver. early success his friends have
little doubt. He l.as plenty of money (rom his supporters ainoni'i wealthy Chinese merchants In the Straits
Settlements, and other places. Ho
mils on tWO-lhlrdS of the 180,000
Well armed ami foreign-drilled troops,
ami I be capture of the arsenal al
Wm hang hns solved tbo problem ol
ammunition.
When    he   wus here   last year,"
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lni'iijilit out
might lake ;
to wa hi order that   he
, last farewell."
How well the present rising has
lii-i-n plnim-i-d is shown hy documents
and other evidence Ihat has come into the possession of the London
Daily Chronicle." This evidence
amply proves Ihat Sun-Yat-Sen ami
his associates have lieen making .secret journeys lu this country and to
America, using every endeavor to
raise a vast sum of money in Uie
two countries lo llnonoa the rein-l-
lioii*
In tlw early negotiations Sun-Yat-
Sen had Mati-d that he had guarantees up io a large amount, and iu
reply   to a rcquoel     fur information
I t these, ilu* leader of the rebellion sent Hit- lollowlng letter to the
capitalists referred to, from New
York, where lie was ronsultlng. with
American friend* on the military Part
of ins icbetno:
"In regard to the matter of gel-
tint n Imin for the political ohject
China hy guarantee ol Chinese
merchanls ahrond, I have succeeded
in hringing in a Chinese hank aud
three rice mills In1,Bangkok, Slam,
ami some merchants in Singapore,
ami three mine owners in the Malay
States, who are willing to give sueh
guarantee. lor a general uprising."
lu order to    make sure of our sue-   —	
cess we net il n loan of half million
pounds to perfect our organization,
Which will enahle us to rapture nt
least two of the rich provinces |iy t|.e
lirst surprise. After gaining this
rool Ing we will establish it provisional government."
(>n receipt of this communication
the firms to whom tin- project     hail
was necessar)' lor them to know tho
names ot the Chinese hank to which
he referred, and the merchanls at
Singapore, Bangkok, and elsewhere
to which he referred.
This letter brought no reply front
Ihc rebel leader for some weeks; for,
as he explained in a aubscqurn) letter, he had been away from New
Vort on a "secret mission." Within
Iwo months of the despatch of this
letter there came a r.-|l> in whirl)
Sun-Yat-Sen said:
| "Tliere are in all twelve completed
divisions nl the new modern drilling
army, live divisions are ready lo give
support to the cause, provided a fair
starting couhl |)r made, and the ollu-i
soven division ain practically noulnl-
i<cil hv Uh* degradation id (Mr late
chief. '
"As to the navy, though hilhcrl
no arrangement for sup|Hirt has been
made, hut an understanding can he
easily concluded if funds for Ihe purpose could lie sufficiently provided
The naval force of China consists of
only four serviceable cruisers, tl.e
largest of which is only t.miu tons,
and the other three only 2,000 and
■uin tons. Many of ihe officers and
sailors are revolutionisti
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The question of mixed farming is disonssod along with
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FARMER'S MAGAZINE
published liv   tlio   Mootienn   Publishing   Company, ot
Toronto.
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October's Issuo hns Hi pages ol soliil pliotogtnpbs, taken
ospoolnll)' fnr farmer's, from the Winnipeg, Toronto,
London and Ottawa Bxhibitions.
November issuo deals with mixed farming by n special
representative who hns been in Wesl all snmmer.
Tlie growing, plotting nnd ntarkotingof Ontario apples
in well Illustrated in tIii*. issui'.    Atiotlior story (.ills nf
Nova Sniiin's I'l'li'iimii'il Qrovoustelna, with photographs
in linlh COSPB.
Potato-growing in Now Brunswick is taken up by a
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Tin' wiimi'ii. girls nml luvys enoh iiml somothing to hill-rent llii'in in this isQiii'.
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inflammation.stops bleeding, ends the agony.
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R. THOMAS J.  HOGAN,   Champion Clog Il.inc.r ol C»n«d.,
611 Cliaiiilxird Street, Montreal, writes:—
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year I suffered .0 nnicli tlmt I was obliged Ul cancel . number of engagements.
1 tried all tlio so-cll.-il remedies that were mommendad, Imt they .eemed to
do nm no good, Having been mlmm! to try Xiim-iluk, 1 purchased 11 fifty-coat
bo. and after applying il a feir times 1 felt marked relief. I continued witb
th. Zam-Buk tre.tiii.nt nnd tho rebel wu ..tended into a permanent cure.
MR. WILLIAM KRNTY, ol Up|Kir Nino Milu Ritcr, lk.it. Co.. N. g„
My.:— "1 sufTeiiid terribly from Pile*, the pain at times being nlmnht tin-
bearable. I tried various ointments but all foiled to do tne the slightest good.
I waa tired nl trying remedies when I beard of Zam-Buk, and thought as a lust
reaoiirea I would giro this balm a trial. I procured a aujij.ly, mid after a very
abort time /mu link effected whut several other ointment, and mediciuoB bid
failed to elleet.—a complete cure,"
Zum-Duk also culea ECZEMA, BLOOD POISON.
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fi
am-Bulc
figures in Uu* otliec provinces. Tin*!
I'tinsfi vativrs )iu<l popular majorities
in Prince Edward Island, Manitoba
mnl British Columbia, mid tht* Liberals bad popular majorities In Quo-
bee, Nnva Scotia, iiml New Brunswick. It is wlton we como to look
at the figures in Ontario, Saskatchewan and Alberta that the tides ol
sentimeht art.1 disclosed. The popular Conservative     majority iu    On-
i tarlo will mil fall far short ol
mi,mm.    That is tn say, the country
J outside <if Ontario gave a very considerable Liberal popular majority as
I well as a majority of members ol
parliament. In Ontario the Conservative popular majority is not con-
lined in any locality, hut It is uii-
iiiiestioiiahly strongest In and around
Toronto, Two-thirds of Mr. Borden's popular majority throughout
ehe Dominion came from the electors
uf Toronto.
Against this tremendous concentration if Conservative voting strength
Liberals aro entitled to set the
equally remarkable display of Liberal
sentiment in the provinces ot Saskatchewan and Alberta. The lleglna
Leader has been compiling the returns, and points out that out or
80,035 ballots cast in the ten Saskatchewan -seats the Liberal majority
was 18,212, while lhe nia.ority for
reciprocity, including the vote ol
two pro-reciprocity independents, was
10,(131. These arc very remarkable
figures, more sr, even than the Ontario returns. They Indicate that
low tarilT sentiment is overwhelmingly strong among the wheat growers
of Saskatchewan.      In Alberta then*
Nobel Prize
for Maeterlinck
INTERNATIONAL     HONOR     KOR
TIIK BELGIAN SHAKESPEARE.
Th.- "Ihigeus Nyheter" stales ll.al
this year's Nobel prize for literature
will he awarded to the Belgian poet,
M, Maurice Maeterlinck.
M. Maeteif hick Is, perhaps, liest
known to the general public hy his
fairy play, "The Blue Bird." Like
all his work, it unites symbolism
With artistic charm. "We all seek
happiness, do we not?" said tbe
author. "\Vcll, the Blue Bird is happiness—the bird ihat is never caught.
Quite simple, jest a story for child-
rcn—ol all ages."
Maeterlinck has been called Ihe Belgian Shutvcspeie. Burn at Ghent in
1862, he studied law at the university of ihat tily. ami became a barrister- But it was to literature
thai bis thoughts ever turned, and
after his first (took of poems in I UK!*
he wrote "IVlleas and Melisande,"
"Monna Vanna," "The Life of
Bees." ami other plays ami hooks by
which bis name has become world-
famous.
The Nobel prizes were instituted hy
Mr. Alfred Nobel, the Swedish inventor nf dynamite, who left his fortune of nearly I'lJfln.Onn as a fund
for tlie benefit ol persons who in
five different fields of progressive ac
tivity contributed to the welfare of
mankind ami the peace of the world
Mr. Nobd died tn 189*. and in 1901
lite tirst prices were awarded. Each
is of the value of «>er 67,000, and
is awarded for work in tbe promotion of peace, medical research,
chemical research, literature ami
physics.
Among English prize-winners have
been Mr Rudyard Kipling tl.itei.i-
ture, 1001), Major Ronald Roos. chief
of the Liverpool School of Tropical
Medicine (Medical research, 1»02),
ami the lute Sir ff. R. t'remer, then
secretary ol the International Arbitration League (Peace, 1908), In
1905 the prlte went tor the first time
to a Woman, the Baroness von Stilt-
Iter, whnrae book, "Lay Down Your
Arms" moved the Tsar to call toge-
tliet  the first  peace conference at the
Hague.
Musical Treat in Store
THE  SCHUBERT  SYMPHONY
ci.l 11 TO (HVE A CONCERT
HERE ON FRIDAY,
NOV. 2ITII
Every music lover in town wil Im*
pleased to learn that the local
branch of tl.e Knights of Columbus
have arranged with tbe Schubert
.Symphony clnli to give a concert in
thll city on the evening ol Friday,
November 84th.
The proceeds ol this concert will
Ih* devoted to the St. Eugene hospital, an institution In whose welfare every citizen is interested. Commenting upon tlie recent appearance
of the Schubert Symphony club In
that city, the Ilraulon Sun says:
Every number was a treat and the
audience was moss appreciative.
The four ladles composing the
ipiartette are all most pleasing singers; their voices blend linrmontoiely
nnd their selections are new,
Miss Leet a ('order is a charming
singer. Her voice is nl great- power
ami sweetness nntl unusual range.
Thomas YaleiiHne I'urcell, though
a young man, is master nf tbe violin; his selections were warmly received, yet not a little of bis success was due to the sympathetic accompaniments    played hy I.opie Zetii
Piircoll.
WASH THAT ITCH  AWAY.
If your druggist told you that
you could simply wash away that
awful Itch)' I'.c/eitia—yes—that, the
very first drops of a soothing, clean
sing wash would give you instant relief, it would seem too good to he
true, wouldn't it.'
But It is true, every word. We keep
nu hand *a supply of such a liquid
known as the D.D.D. Prescription for
Eczema, because wc know that, this
wonderful compound ni oil nf Winter
green, Thymol and other ingredients
actually dtt-es wash away Eczema and
all other skin Impurities—that it
clears the complex 11 n over night
ami leaves the skin as healthy ami
smooth as that nf a child.
We could m t recommend D.D.D. so
positively     unless   we knew td       the
wonderftl cures wrought by this
remedy. We vouch for tho merits ui
D.D.D. ami know positively that it
takes away the ilch instantly. When
your own druggist can give you certain relief from that awful itch, you
don't need to suffer another day.
Wash away all ymir s'.in troubles
with D.D.D. ami then keep ymir skin
in perfect condition withj*. I).1 I),
Snap. Let us tell you more aliout
this wonderful remedy, or write the
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ColbOUrhe  St.,   Toronto.      ami       gel
their free trial bottle.
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The readings by Miss Weathering-
ton met with great appreciation*
The contralto solo sung by Lovie /
I'urcell lost none of its beauties hy
iM'ing rendered in English.
The selection by the Schubert Symphony club were tpiite as delightful as
the other numbers and the concert on
the whole was something long to Ik*
remembered by lovers ol gmui
music.
BORDEN'S POPULAR MAJORITY
Statisticians estimate from the
election returns already received by
the clerk nl the crown In chancery
that the popular majority (or the
Conservative candidates in the recent general election will he about
l.'i.mm. and that the number nf
votes east will total slightly over
1,200,000. This would give a popular majoriey nf scant three per cent,
says the Toronto Olobe. This very
small swing in the popular vote bas
produced a tiememlous change In
tlie numhet or members elected hy
h if the parties. When the
house was dissolved the Literals had
a majority of 13. When Mr. Burden
takes his scat as premier he will
have a majority of !MI. In other
words, a popular majority of three
per cent gives him a rrtnjt rity in the
commons of twenty-two per cent ll
requires nothing more than the statement ol UW facts tn prove that under the system of small single member constituencies the membership ol
parliament has no adequate relationship to the votes actually cast. The
dominant parly is always greatly
over-represented, while the minority
is far weaker in the house than in
the country.   This is not n condition
peculiar tn ime party; it applies alike
to Liberal and Conservative administrating and presents a very strong
argument for some sort of proportional representation that will prevent the conversion of n very
popular    majority into
are several incomplete returns,
the net Liberal majority will
about 7,120, and   the reciprocity
im ity perhaps a thousand more.
WHERE LIBERALS LEAD.
Complete figures of the votes oast
in the recent Dominion elections for
all constituencies iu the provinces nf
Manitoba, Saskatchewan ami Alberta,
Collected by the Manitoba Free Press,
show a total volt* in Western Canada nf 121,117) for the Liberals, and
lul,710 for the Conservatives, mak
ing a majority for the Liberals over
the V* nservalivts of 19,901 for the
three provinces.
Tlw total iitdeiriidenl ami socialist
Vote cast  was 0,821.
lu Maniti ba the Conservatives have
a majority   of 5,720;     in Saskntcli,
wan, the Liberals' majority totals up
to 18,216 and in Alberta ibe Liberals
led by 7,171.
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NOTICE
IN THE MATTlilt OK THE COMPANIES (CONSOLIDATION) ACT
1IUI8 AND IN Till". HATTER Oh'
TIIK CENTRAL KOOTENAY
LAND AND DEVELOPMENT
COMPANY LIMITED.
NOTICK IS HBREBY OIVEN tliat
the creditors ol tlie alio.e mimed
Company are required on or la-lore
the 28tli day ol November next to
send their names ami addrt-SM-s ami
particulars ol their debts or cluinis.
and llie names and addresses uf their
solicitors 01 any) lo Oeorge Hariiii-i
■lohnson ol 02, New Broad Street,
London, KiiKlmttl, llie llfl.-
uiilator ot lhe said
Company, and If so required, hy no
tii-e in writing (rom Un- said Liquid*
UIMll'ator, arc personally ur by their soli-
an entirety eltors to    conic in ai.d    prove their
nvrrw'liiliiiin: parliamentary one. said debt, or claims at inch time anil
Aparl Irom tlie iiriiiiiiieiit It war- j [dace as shall lie s|M.ilnal in snrli
ranis lor readlmtmenl ol the liasis ol Notice; or in default thereof tliey
rppreseiiinitun. lho popular majority |will i,e excluded Irom the benefit ol
indleiiles thai I lien'wete during llie nny distribution made baton snrli
contest two very slung opposing ,i,>i,iv „r claims arc proved,
tides of sentlmenl—on* in Ontario,'Dated lliis 5th day ol October, 1011
the other in   I Ik* new provinces      ofl (len. II   .lolmson.
Saskaleliew.ii and AllK'ila.    There Is j l.louldator
IH.tl.inR ul .ill Idieiioinnial nlh nt    Ihr' IIU
DRS. KINll & OREEN,
Physicians and Surgeons.
'InV. at  Re.ld.ae.,  Aimatroni  A..
OFFICE HOURS :
Forenoons - - . . 9.00 to 10.00
Afternoon. • ■ - 2.00 to    4.00
Evening. .... 7.J0 to   8 30
Sunday. - -  - - 9.30 to   .90
CRANBROOK :i     11     11    1,     I, 0,
DR. F. B. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE   HOURS:
> to 13 a in.
1 to   I p.m.
7 to   8 p.m.
Office in new Reld Blink
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For family uae there i. uothing
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Terms on Application,
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Phone 259 Matron.
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DENTISTRY
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Phone No. i".w     Armstrong Ave
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AOENT
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Carries a full itock of
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RAKES
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iti fioek
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E. W. WIDDOWSON, ASSAYER
AND OHEMIST.-Charges: Oold.
silver, copper and lead, SI each;
Rolil-sllvcr, 11.60; silver-lead, 11.50,
enlil sliver,      with    copper   or lead,
tl.SOi    Zinc, 12;     silver Irad-zllie, 13
Price, lor other metals on application. I*. O. Roi CD., 1101, Neh
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SOCIETY ANI) CHURCH    I
DIRECTORY I
,mmm «^" emmsemem*
Cranbrook    Lodge,
No. 31
A.F. le A. SI.
Regular meeting, oa
tlio   tliiril   Tlmraday
ol every month.
Visiting brethren welcomed,
A. 0. Shanklanil, W.M.
E. W. Connolly, Secretary,
Cbesoent Lonuii No, 33
KNIGHTS   of   PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, II. C.
Mceta   every   Tuesday tt 8 p.m. al
Fraternity Hall.
T. 0. dones, C, ('.
J. M. Boyes.K, ol ll. N. S
Vtsltlug brethren   cordially mvit.d
to attend.
PYTHIAN  SISTERS
FIDELITY TEMPLE NO. II,
Meet. In    Fraternity Hall Fir.t and
Third Fridays
T. Fraser, E. C.
M. MacKinnon, M. II   ami C,
Visiting sisters cordially invited.
1.0.0.F., KEY CITY LODOE, No. .1
Mceta every Monday
utglit at New Fraternity Hall. Sojourning Oddfellow, cordially invited.
I. A. Fergussun W, M   Hams.
N. O. seo'y.
DURHAM ENCAMPMENT NO. \2.
1 0 0.F
Meets first  and    tlunl Wednesday.
in each month.
A   cordial reception extended      to
visiting brothers.
OOlcers July lst to December ;llst.
C.  1*-—II. Clayton.
Scribe—W. M, Harris.
MAPLE  LEAF  HEUKKAH   LODGE
No.  ID.
Meet, erery .econd and   four** W«<-
nceday at Fraternity Hall.
Sojourning    Kebekah.   cordially Invited.
Miss Ada Illckcnbotham.N.O.
Miss M. Hickeiibothani, Sec.
ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS
COl'RT CRANDROOK, 8943
Meets in Carrcen'g Hall Second and
Fourth Thursday ol eacb month at I
p.m. .harp.
Wm. Anderson, C'liiel Hanger.
L. Bent. Secretarv
Visiting brethren made welcom..
INDEPENDENT ORDER OF FORESTERS.
Meets in Carmen's Hall first and
third Thursday of eacb month at
6 p.m. sharp.
Mr..  Lulu Hay-ward,   Rec. Sec.
Vi. B. MeFarlane, Chief Ranger.
Visiting  brethren made welcome.
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:: Presbyterian eburcb
STATED SERVICES
< i   SuDcUy morning service at 11 •
o'clock
Suri-day    ereolng     itrvlee    *t *
7.30 o'clock j
Suadajr      School   aud     Bible J
Class at 3 o'clock ,
Pr«l)^t«rlaD    (iuild, Tuesday, \
at a o'clock ,
»♦♦»♦»♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦«
'♦♦♦J
Baptist Church;
Pastor, II. S. Speller.
Parsonage,  Norbury  Avenue.
Tbone, 284.      P. O. Boi S87.
Regular Service.:—Sunday, 11
a.m.     and     7.30   p.m.,    Hllile i ',
School     with     Young   Ladiea' • >
Philethea     and    Young   Men's < '
Bible Claw, 3 p.m.
Monday,    Young People.',    I
p.m.
Wednead.y, Mld-Week Meeting,
A cordial    Christian welcome '
to all.
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lICRANBROOK-lliKNIli
FARMERS' INSTITUTE'.
President: T. h. Oill
Secretary: 8. LyUcdohalii
Kor InfonnsMou regarding lan-la .
ami   agricull'iie    SPplf    to  the <
' ' fcecreury, Cranbrook. H. C.
Meeting—
Every second Wednesday
OVER BS YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Patents
bsttttiti
Copyrights Ac.
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tjitlrklj ■.■•■"rl.'iti "ir <i;..i.i"0 frtiu «fi'*l"*r m
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' iwiit. utfn ttrotith faumi 4 i.-.j, ifjMive
HiirHl r-.fir*, irlltioutchantajutlift
Scientific Jlmerican.
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,"'*';,;. .ii"',™. i«u... i.-i'in m u, THE OKANBltOOK HERALD
CRA.MUBOOK HERALD
By the Herald   Publishing Company,
►'. .1.  Deane, Managing Kditor.
CRANBROOK, B. C, November 2.1911
Electric Restorer for Men
I'hiwnllnnnl ii'stores oval, naive la the botty
1111- il, iitupm tension: tirttutca
.i n nml vllality. Prematura decay nml nil Hernial
weakneil BVerlod nl once. P*n»,|»lionol will
nake you a now man. Pilee jUatnjx.nrtwu Im
1.1. Malliltl In nn v- :iild,e<iH. The Sooboll Drug
Co., St. Catharine., Onl.
'For Sale at    Benttle-Murphy & Co.
EDITORIAL NOTES
The Herald notes with pleasure
that its recent references in the
necessity ul early slcpB being laken
lo secure adequate recreation grounds
for the accommodation nml convenience nf iln- women ami children ol
the city, have proved oScctlvts. Until
tl.e oltj council and the board of
1 rail,, an- now actively interest inn
themselves in this matter mnl wc
may confidentK anticipate some saiis-
factory outcome "l their efforts in
this direction.
Reference in these notes to private
undertakings is usually out ol plaoc,
but-exception can well In- made in
llu- rase nl the t'ramliri.tik Steam
Laundry, wherein an effort is lieing
made In meet a growing local demand
lur modern, while operated, conveniences. Mr. Davis, Ibe proprietor,
has shown his lailb in lhe city by
a comparattvelyhoavy Investment, lie
lias employed a stall of sklll.il white
labor ai.d confidently looks forward
lo securing the generous patronage ol
Cranbrook citizens. In ibis anticipation the I Iii nlil hopes Mr. Davis
will mil be disappointed. There
has been, .inil is a great ileal of lalk
uitiiiiisl Asiatic labor, special stress
lieing laid upon lb*' unsanitary methods in use in Chinese hi lries. Opportunity now oilers to practically
rid Ihis eily if Chinese conduotcd
laundries and lum tlu work over '
skilhil while operatives, lien- is a
eminently praotlcal way ot showing
one's belle! in a While II. C
ENTIRELY BALD
Her Hair  Commenced to Grow
$ After Two Weeks* Use of
Newbro's Herpiclde.
Fever taustsl int' in lit1 entirely
linlil. I liatl given up all hope ul
gain having hair when I wus mlvis-
,1 iu use llerpieide. Alter two wt*eks
ij Imir commenced to grow. 1 now
have thf most beautiful head <»f hair
anyone ever saw. Pratso io Newbro's llerpieide."
rims   writes   Mis. Howard Bailey,
ilellovue, Mich.    \\V can poinb   to
thousands   uf instances where      the
iper list' nf Herpiclde lias boon
followed hy a remarkablo Krowlh ot
mir.
Newbro's Herpiclde is the original
remedy which kills Ihc dandruff perm
and stops (ailing hair.
Dm* Dollar Sizt- Unities arc sold
and guaranteed by all druggists. Send
1 (li1. in postage for sample and
boobjol lo The llerpieide Co., Dept.
H ,  IK'troit', Mich.
Applications may Ik; obtained at
the best barbers and hair dressers.
Heal tie-Murphy Co., Ltd., Special
Agents.
JtlftV'S   VPPRECI VTIOX.
In furiber acknowledgment of Cranbrook's congratulations uponi his
Bppolr/tmenl  to  thf     vice-presidency
of tl.e   C.P R , in siireession lo    Sir
Win   Whyte, Mr   Geo, Uuty has writ
ten     tbo following     letter 'to Mayor
Hunt:
IVar Mr   Hunt:—
It is very gratifying to me tt know
that my recent promotion has met
with the approval ol tl.e good people
of Cranhrook, mnl I desire to ask
you tt convey to 'hem my thanks
and deep appreciation of their good
wishes
iieeause of   our   very pleasant   and
intimate relations of the past, I hav
n very affectionate regard for Ihem,
Yours foithftily,
(Jeornt* llnry.
VVinni|M*g, Man.
CHURCH  COLUMN
CATHOLIC CHURCH.
Siimlnys—Low mnss at 8 ■*.<! am.,
high mass, 10.30 a.m.; Sunday sc'ioo
from 2 to 3 p.m.; Hosnry and Beiie-
mction at 7.30 p.m.
Mondays ami holy rlays ol obligation—Mass at H a m.
Wffk ilaypt—Muss at fi a m at the
hospital.
Kutlicr I'lamondon,
Parish Priest
METHODIST   CHURCH.
Rev, W   Bison Dunham, pastor
Sunday services: Tb'* pastor will
preach at 11 a.m. and 7.30 pm.
Morning sub'ert: "Follow the
Glean..''
I'.Miunn subject' "The Awakening
11 Social Responsibility."
spKiJ music by tin* choir.
All are cordially invited to the
above services.
BAPTIST CHURCH.
Service 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.
Morning .subject. "Kailure ami
Help."
Evening subject: "The Atonement-
Is It Vicarious*"
Bible school 3 p.m. Lesson: 'CBelt-
slia//ai's     Feast."     Daniel, Chapter
KNOX   PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
Nov. 12th,
Morning service at 11 o'clock,
Sunday school and Bible class at E
p.m.
livening service at 7.30 o'clock.
Momlay evening,  Nov.  13th,        tin
managers    will    hold their   deterred
meeting.
Tuesday    evening,     Young .People
■ mill.     Subject: Tennyson and     the
I.lyll's of the King-
Friday     evening,     November 17th
Mr.    Chun's Travel Talk on ('alitor
CHRIST CHURCH.
Tliere will be no celelllation ot the
Holy Communion in Christ church on
Sunday.
Services: Matins at 10 a.m. Sunday school s p.m. Evensong 7.30
p.m.
Preacher: Rev. .!. Itoss Colouhoun
Death of James Clark
There passed away at New Westminster on Sunday, November fith,
■ne of Kort Steele's most respected
i-sidents, in the person ol Mr. Jainofi
'lark, aged 70, who for several year*
bad filled the position of superintend
ent of water works at Kort Steele.
The immediate cause, ol death was
a hemorrhage ot the brain, Tlie remains will be brought to Kort Steele
im interment iu the family burying
^toiind.
The late Mr. -lames Clark was a
native of Belfast, Ireland. lie came
out to Kort Steele, in the early nineties, after a residence ol some years
in eastern Canada. He is survived by
a son, now resident in Dublin, Ireland, where he, fills a position as Inspector td Insurance agencies, and a
nephew, II. (i. Clark, tm the staff of
, the Cranbrook government office,
I Chapman's Agency |
I Exclusive Cranbrook (Selling j Agents for the I
i following properties: |
I C. N. R. Division I
sor I'll. KAST CALGARY.   A few of tlieie Lots loft   1
nt $175.00. $10.00 clown, $10.00 per month. No Interest.   I
S No tuxi'H. !g
| Highgate
I AN ADDITION   TD   CALGARY.   Only time miles
from   centre of citv.   I.ols $165,00 up.   $2">.u0  wish,
| $10.00 per montb.
Richmond Park
MOOSE JAW, The Suli-Division with a guoriiiitce.
Lots $!l(i 00 np.    10 9; rush, 10 % ench month.
Fraser Lake
TUli OFFICIAL G. T. P. TOWNSITE. We nro
nxclusivi' agents. Ask for free descriptive literature
ami picture post Minis.
We have also n big list of Crnnbrook property on very easy
tonus. Information cheerfully given, whether you buy
or not.
Chapman's Agency
Norbury Avenue, near Auditorium
5>fi*?Ir*?IB*ir'Jt*,!r;1Ii*>/r*'jr'llc>/F-'ir-'Jri[r 'n iI,JIu'l.-i| |^'lJ.■'J,■^7*•i^•■[i•,Il*!l[-l^i■1lr'^/p^"■l!l',!^l^■1^l■*I^-^Ji^lHIH/i^Jr*3JSlMl
We have arriving
this week
Skates
Hockey Sticks
Pucks
Sleigh Bells
Etc.
F. Parks & Co.
Hardware, Sloves, House
Furnishing Goods  *.
CRANBROOK,        •        B. C,
The deceased was highly respected
by all who knew him and his demise
will lie sincerely mourned hy every
resident of Kort Steele. Funeral ar
tangements had not been completed
at the    time ot g<»ing to press.
Curling Club
Elect Officers
The Curling club held a most enthusiastic meeting last night, if
large number of members turning out
The following officers were fleeted for
tbc ensuing year:
President.—I).   ,1.  Johnson.
Vice-President.—A. C. Bowness.
Secretary—IK I>. McLaws.
Treasurer.—.1.  A. Arnold.
Executive Committee.—K. H,
Small, Dr. P. B. Miles, .los. .lack-
son.
Ice Committee.—A. C. Bowness,
(ieo. Hoggarth, .Judge Wilson. '
Official Umpire.—.1, Cholditeb.
Chaplain.—Rev   C. O. Main.
Delegates to annual meeting ol H.
('. Curling Association.—;Judge Wilson and J. O. McCallum.
Preparations are now well under
way for putting the rink ir. proper
shape so that curling may commence at tbe earliest possible moment.
A committee of six was appointed
to secure new members, viz; W. P.
Cameron, A. C. Pye, sr., A. C. Bow-
i.ess, Judge Wilson, J. H. McCreery
and W. S. Hall.
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TOWN TOPICS
Wynward C. Gladwin, supervisor ol
fire wardens for B.C., reports the
number of forest fires for the season
have been not more than half ol
last year's. The decrease is altri-
luted to the close patrol, to tbe Irt-
yuent rains, and to the greater precautions on the part of railways,
lumbermen and settlers. To judge
from the reports already in, the loss
this year is fully 70 per cent less
than it was last year. During the
active part nf the season the lire
patrol have a busy time watching* the
settlers, and directing them in the
clearing and burning operations. The
danger period is now over for the
year and the men. are at present
chiefly employed going over the
rights-of-way ol all the provincial
railway lines. They do this to see
and make a report in connection with
debris on and in       the
close vicinity ol       tbe
rights-of-way. Many had lires in the
past have been caused by debris tak
ing fire from the locomotives. Attention given to this phase ot the work
in the autumn greatly lessens the
probability ol fires from this cause
during the ensuing year.
Sweet apple cider at Utile and
Atchison's.
1 wonder what about the
Fair!
World's
"I am pleased to recommend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as the best
thing I know of and sa est remedy
for coughs, colds and bronchial
trouble," writes Mrs. L. B. Arnold,
of Denver, Colo. "We have used it
repeatedly ai.d it has never failed to
give relief." Por sale by all dealers. 44-tl
WANTFD.-Secoml hand set of
Democrat harness. Must lie strong-
Apply Box 2, Herald office.       45-tf*
Dr. Charles O. Pcrcival, of New
York City, who is conducting the
10(1,000 mile trip' of the Abbott-Detroit "Bulldog," lias filed bis Intention wilh the Victoria (British Columbia) Automobile association to
attempt to win the gold medal offered to the first motorist louring continually between Victoria ai.d Winnl-j
peg.     Tbe association bas made    the
gjEggBHS?M
Certainty      , *,
Before Selection   o'A
i M
The uncertain, "Take-a-
chance" method of selecting a
piece of cloth, and taking the
tailor's word for It that It will look well
when made up. ls done away with for
those who wear "Flt-rlte" tailored clothes.
" Flt-rlte " clothes are ready-to-wear.
When you buy a suit you can assure yourself that It pleases you In regard to qual-  p
Ity. workmanship and fit.  You take no  4
chances on the cloth looking well In a suit
or the tailor's ability to fit you properly.
The workmanship in the making of each suit, is
the best form of specialized tailoring. The designs are
the newest ideas.in clothes for men. and they are sold
under a guarantee that uou will be satisfied In everg
waij or gour moneu will be refunded.
Either call al l»a .tor. o, .end tl. • neat card bearing vou.
nam. and .dji-aw. .nd wo'll ai*. rat. a copy of Ih* Fit-
rilo Style polecat," containing the l.lMt new. el laanloa
tend.ncie. for the coining Fell and Winter.
A. C. PYE
Baker Street      •      •       Cranbrook, B. C.
Greater Success
Every Day
And the reason is Honest Dealing, Goods of Quality,
Attention and Service jmt a little better than yon
have ever had.
Our Profession
is the Driiii Business.  We attend to it and we know
it thoroughly.
Town Customers advertise ns because they get
satisfaction.
Country Customers rely on us Iieeause they get
lhe best service.
. _    We.uppreciate your patronage.
Cranbrook Drug & Book Co., Ltd.
P. 8.—Now is the time to select your Private Xmas
Cards. We have the best. Call and look over our
sample books.
following rules governing the con-
lost: Tour to lie bet/ween Victoria
und Winnipeg, over continuous route,
ami, excepting at ferricB, must be
made entirely mulct car's own power; excepting ierry Journey between
Victoria ami mainland, no Ierry ot
more than one mile in distance will
he permitted; route shall not go outside ol provinces ol Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia, Idaho ar.il Washington; entrants' Iok lo ll' endorsed every
hundred miles in provinces named,
with the exception ol British Columbia, Idaho anil Washington, where
endorsement shall he made each forty
miles by postmaster, town official or
prominent merchant. F. Vi. Fret-
well, ol Seattle, secretary ol the
Pacific Coast Highway association
will accompany Percival.
Refreshments will lie served at the
dance given by lhe Edison orchestra
in    the Masonic hall or. tbe 17th.
Mis. Dorothy Davis, the representative and secretary ot ibe Colonial
Intelligence League (lor educated
women) was an interesting visitor in
town last week end. The objects ol
this league, which herealter is to lie
known ns the Imperial, in lieu ot the
Culonlul League, are, briefly- put to
pave Ihe way lor the migration
Irom England nt educated women,
capable and willing to engage in
certain domestic avocations, clerical
work, poultry and fruit larming,
etc. Hue care will be taken by loeal
committees that none but competent
women are Induced to migrate. Mrs.
V. Hyde Baker has consented to act
as local corresponding secretary lor
tbe time being. The committee in
charge ol the work in Vancouver Is
composed as follows: President, Mrs.
Wm. Murray; lst vice-president, Mrs.
II. O, Moss; 2nd vice-president, Mrs.
Wade; committee, Mrs. E. I*. Davis,
Mrs. Errttiovcn, Mrs. Flint, Mrs.
lohn Hope, Mrs. Lelovrc, Mrs. Mar-
pule, Mrs. K. .1. Proctor. The secretary, Miss Dorothy Davis' address Is
III Mount Edwards, Victoria, B.C.
WANTED.-A competent maid     at
once.     Apply       to     Mrs. Dr. |
(trim. 151<
| FOB SALE.—Pure bred Silver
Laced Wyandotte.. Pullets .'.l.llli each
Cockerels Irom $2.50 up. Apply T.
Iv South. 4511
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IIII
IIII
III.
IX THE WRONG FLOCK.
Mrs. Phlpots came panting downstairs on her way to the temperance
society meeting. She was a short,
plump woman. "Addle, run up to
my room and get my blue ribbon
rosette, the temperance badge," she
directed her maid. "I have torgot-
len it. Yon will know it, Addle-
blue  ribbon and gold lettering}."
f'Ves-m, 1 knows it right well."
Addie could nol read, but she knew
a blue ribbon with gold lettering
when she saw it, and therefore had
no trouble in finding it and lastening
it properly on the dress nf ber mis
Iress.
At tlie meeting Mrs. Philpols was
too busy greeting her friends to note
that they smjiil when they shook
hamls with her.
When she reached borne supper was
served, so she went directly to the
dining-room, where the other members ot tile family were seated.
"Gracious me, mother!" exclaimed
her son; "that blue ribbon—yon
haven'! lieen wearing Unit at Ihc
temperance meet ing?"
A luml laugh   went np on all sides
"Why, what is It, Harry!" asked
the good woman, clutching at the
ribbon in surprise.
"Why, mother dear, didn't you
know that was the ribbon 1 won nt
tbe show?"
The gold lettering on the ribbon
read:
Interstate Poultry Show-
First Prize. Bantam.
»
DRINK  AND SMOKE MORE.
Canada's consumption ol liquors
and tobacco shows a marked. increase lor the past fiscal year."
Tho per capita consumption nl spirits
was .859 gallons, against .815 gallons In mill; that nl beec was 5:431
gallons, as against 5:278 gallons;
that ol wine .104 gallons, as against
.087 gallons; while the tobacco used
grew Irom 0-940 His. per capita toi
llllll Its.
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SUPPER !
will be held in
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Oil
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The Royal Hotel  ii
on
Nov. 30th, 1911
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TICKETS
$2.50
Can be obtained from Dr. J. H. M. Bell,
J. F. Smith, and W. W. Lutnsden.
SCOTLAND FOR EVER."   ::.
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The total quantity ol lilmct.
smoked was 18,1108,.122 His., against
17,961,379 His. lu mill, anil 17,217,-
710 His. in U09. Cigarettes smoked
reached the cnarmiius total of
115,935,870, against 451,1195,118 in
llllll, and ■■1511,750,1.1(1 i„ 1909.
Cigars smoked iiiiinlrrod 227,585,892.
as compared with 205,820,851 io
1910, and 192,1115,371 In 1109.
AnAi * *■ ** ** .............
•/▼▼a. f>wwwwwwww»a
:Time is Money
Havo litne hy Itmrtiin-j to write
iSHORTHAND j
Spicily tuition by a prnutlrnl
anil experienced, teacher.
Particulars on application lo
A. T. IIOIIKIITH, P. O. llm 358
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cum. AND PETROLEUM NOTICE
NOTICE    IS  HEREBY    OIVEN
Unit lliirty dnys alter date I intern!
In upjly lo tin- Chief Commissioner
ul I.amis and to the AssisUu.t Commissioner ol Lands [or the District
ol East Kootenny for » license tn
prospect lor conl and petroleum on
the iiilli, 11 inii 1I1 intieil lands, Incut
«i on Hie North Fork ol Michel
Creek, twelve miles north ot tbe
Crows Nest Pass lliaiich ol tlw Canadian Pacific Railway:
Commencing at a post limited at
Ihe northeast corner ot Lot 6110,
theacc 80 chains south, thence 80
eliains east, thei.ee 80 chains north,
Ihencc 80 chains west to place nt
lirginnlng, containing about 640
acres.
A. Ilnpsnn, Locator.
J. I. Thomas, Agent.
located Oot. 2nd, 1*11. 44-51* THE    CRANBROOK    HERALD
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We are the only Drug Store in the interior of
B.C. that employs exclusive Prescription
Clerks.
Every prescription dispensed hy us is filled byn
qualified, competent druggist. No nuiateurs ure
allowed to experiment on your health.
Mr. Frank Murphy, Pluti.B,, has exclusive charge
id this department, Vou have known him and his
work for the past ten yours. Enough said. Ho is
assisted hy Mr. A, P. Noble, a nioniber.of the Pharmaceutical Society of Grout llrilaiu.
Good Drugs and Good Dispensing
am not enough. You must have tin' It.-M. quality of
service. You can only get it hero, We are always at
your Borvioe day or nlghl, personally, by 'phone, or
Iiy mail.
And don't forgot we like In serve the children just
as wo do llm parents.
If you are sick, consult your doctor, and wo will do
tlie rest.
',10,001) proscriptions speak for themselves.
We are the Prescription Druggists
Christmas is Almost Here
and wo are very busy unpacking nnd placing the finest
stock tlmt can be found any place.
You will note the absence of cheap shoddy imitation goods.
Call and sec us any time.
The Beattie-Murphy Co., Limited
The RexaJIJL Store
WHERE   IT   PAYS  TO   DEAL
Cranbrook - - - B.C.
r
The
Gift Makers'
Opportunity
our new and beautiful line of
holiitny goods, [ull of choicest
seleclibnn for lhe Fall und Xinns
trade ii now ready fur tlie inspection and approval of all who
know a good thing when they
see it.
Onr itock \% generoui in variety
and include!* only goods of ap*
proved worth and superiority.
Strtect-your gifts from tit "Vv>-
TO-PATK" stock and yon will get
the l*at aud most appropriate
present* at tic fnitest figures you
have ever known. Our broad
GUARANTEE stands behind
every article we sell.
W.H.Wilson
m JEWELER   AND J
*V OPTICIAN M
TOWN TOPICS
When is tin- World*i Kail "
\ ii Tritea was down from Fernie
yesterday.
Pumpkin ami squash al Ward    and
I In ins
W. Henson am! \ K R, Warner were
Havm's Lake visitors In the pit) this
week.
For Robe*, Rugs. Hells. Btr.
come to Ihe Bast Kootenay Pro
tluce nml Provision Mouse.
it i. I Qalbrolth antl \ H
I't'iiwitk were ,i\ei ft om Fort Steele
during tin* week,
If you want sweet, juicy oranges,
'I'hoLo 75.—Little and Atchison.
II. .hi .--At the Home hospital ot
Friday, the 3rd inst, to -Mr. and Mrs.
A, Potter, a daughter.
Unloaded this week one cir of
Tudhope Cutters and Sleighs at
East Kootenay Produce and Pro.
duce House.
Horn—At the Home hospital this
morning to Mr. antl Mrs. B. Lam*, of
Movie, a son.
Invitations for the masquerade on
Thursday, the 28rd, can lit* hail at
Auditorium ticket office.
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FOR   SALF.-Househtrld furniture
Tor    light       housekeeping. 'Phone
lfi2. 44-5t«
Vi. Ilea p Holland, li. and s. IT
Hardio and S. ('. Phillips, were it
from Fairmont  during the week.
S.  A   Speers, of Crest-on, has     re
signed his     office as justice of        the
(peace.
! If you need real high-grade
j Furniture, call and inspect the
; stock al Uast Kootenay Produce
! and Provision House,
\ general meeting of the Dancing
rlul is called for tomorrow (Friday]
evening at the Wigwam,
Mis Ct irrll. ol Portland, Ore., ts
\isiting her daughter, Mrs, t; \* in
gram.
owing t«. the c-onttaued lllnea ol
Rev, F H Graham, of Nelson, Hev.
i: p Flewelllog will officiate there
nn Sunday next.
Little and Atchison, headquarter!
for Hardwood lee cream, llaselwood
Double Jersej buttermilk and Haul
wood fresh crtmery butter.
DeauUlul colored slides and moving
pictures wenes iti California with en
tertoinlng Travel Talk, Knox church
Nov,  l.tll.
We are
Putting Away
Christmas
Presents
for  Customers every
day now.
Why not Yours ?
RAWORTH  BROS.
Jow»l*r» *nd Optic lint
Orden hv mail promptly attended to.
If you have not one of our catalogues, •■eiid for one at once.
We Have Bought
Hut tbe Interests in this town of
The Taylor Milling & Elevator Co.
nml shall l«' pleased tn receive the patronage of all
win, wit i dealing with lhe above Company.
By acquiring tho above promises we fi*el that we
ore in a position ty meet the wants of onr patrons
at n lu'tttT prioo than heretofore.
We can promise yon prompt ami efficient service.
Let ns supply your needs in FLOUR and FEED,
CRANBROOK TRADING CO.
LIMITED
Flour, Feed, Poultry Supplies, Carriages, Saddlery,
Implements
Charles Tritcs,   a nephew of A. 11.
Trltcs, ul Fernie, ia opening up an
office in lliis city ami will engage in
the coal lnisiiiess.
Where is the World's Fair?
The I'listlmiinil Flyer will hereafter
arrive at 22.20 instead ol 22.15, and
the local from the cast will arrive
at 23.46 instead ol 23.20.
Bedroom Sets in solid oak,
mahogany, bird's eye maple,
together with cheaper Unci now
opened up and showing at East
Kootenay Produce and Piovision
House.
Tl.e experimental orchards to he
located in the Columbia riding are
to be situated on the ranches ol W
.1. Wright, at Canyon Creek, anil ol
John Jones, at Windermere.
Alderman J. It. McNabb has Itccn
appointed to the position ot general
manager ol the Kootenay Telephone Lines, Ltd.
You ran get the best brands ul
cigars at Killn's barber shop.    45-lt
The tallies of Christ Church Guild
have decided to hold Iheir Christmas sale ot work at the Auditorium
on Wednesday 6th of December, both
afternoon and evening-
Soy Bill, what is the World's Fair'
A. C. Nelson ueJ'l a rcmrt ol revi-
sion of the Cranbrook district voters
list on Monday, ol this week. Upwards of ISO names were struck ofl
foi i-aiise. and some ISO were adilMl.
Il.ifiaelo Orimaldi. Feddo Cesam
anil Chas Sarloris. three Italians,
will apply lor naturalisation papers
lielorr Ills Honor Judge Wllaon on
Iii-iemra-i "th.
Choice ,-uiinK and cooking apples ai
Little and Atchison's
ii Mft.-dinialii returned on Sun-
(nun a visit to New York. Mr.
Macdonald enjoyed Ins riui i stay in
Un- American metropolis hugely Mrs
Mai-itonalil is remaining in tlie east
mini Chrislinas
Two car. ol high grade Furniture arrived and were unpacked today at East Kootenay Produce and
Provi.i, n Houu.
Mr ami Mrs P. I Peane led loi
Ciilgini yesterday atternouii, where
Mi lie-am- will attend the annual convention ot the Allrrla and Eastern
11 (' I'ress association, or which he
is vice-president.
Apples! npplrs! Wr carry all the
lirst Iall nnt winter varieties. I'lare
youi orders tow.—Ward ami Harris.
Hun F.vniis. it Vancouver, was a
visitor in lown Ihc lirst ul the week,
vlsiling his daughter, Mrs. K. II. Me-
I'hec. Mr Evans formerly resided
in Cranbronk and wns greatly struck
wilh the progress made in die past
tew rears.
Miss Winnificd Armstrong has resigned her position in the governmenl nfliccs here and lelt on Thursday last to lake up a position in tlie
water commissioner's office in Victoria
Don't forget tbe tig masquerade
dance in the Auditorium or. Thursday,
Ihr 2.1rd.
tleneral Superintendent Price, ol
Calgary, accompanied by a party 11
Irlends, arrived In lown yesterday
and lonk a run out to Wycllltc, wllh
Superintendent ITcn
The still and moving pictures ol
romantic California In Knox church
on November nth differ Irom the ordinary picture show in that all nre
natural scenes, not made up, and are
accompanied by an entertaining snd
Instructive lecture.
WE ARE READY FOR THE COLD
WEATHER!   ARE YOU?
Our stocks of warm Woollens in almost every line of wearables are complete. You are
needing new Underwear. Hosiery, Outer Clothing. Gloves or Mitts, Sweaters, Mufflers, Shoes and
Rubbers, etc, and you will find our stocks well assorted with the popular brands — the kind
you wear
WE CAN SAVE MONEY FOR YOU TOO
Now is the right time to commence wearing warmer garments. Don't let the cold snap
overtake   you.
Clothing that the Boys Like
Our Boys' Clothing Department is fining in popularity each day. We
have the righl stuff The boys are all enthusiastic over our Suits and Overcoats. This week we have put into stock •.. fine selection of BOYS' OVERCOATS AND REEFERS. They're made in a big variety ot styles and the
cloths and patterns are handsome and serviceable—just what the boys want.
Boys1 Suits from
Boys' Overcoats from
$3.00 to $8.00
$3.00 to $10.50
Protect Your Health by Keeping Your Feet Dry
Don't be without a sound pair of rubbers to wear
on the next wet morning. You won't regret buying a
pair now.
Men's, Women's and Children's RUBBERS in all
the different styles and all new. dependable stock.
'The Sto.nda.rd"
LION BRAND
YOUR NEW WINTER HAT
You are invited to view our new creations of WINTER HAT STYLES We are now
showing a splendid array ol the newest styles bearing the earmarks of the latest French importations
for winter wear.
ll ===== WE SHIP MAIL ORDERS SAME DAY AS RECEIVED =2=^^====
McCREERY BROS.
CRANBROOK'S DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING STORES
The nwrting tf tin* Formers lusti-
ttttt* called for last night rot Ibc
annual election of officers was postponed tn Saturday, the 18th inst. at
3 p.m. in the Cranbrook Hotel committee rooms.
Your horse needs warmth as
well as you. Why not procure one
of those swell Rugs now shown at
East Kootenay Produce and Provision House.
In view of Major Morris* inability
in reach Cranbriok thi**. week, the
social announced, in bis honor, for
tonight at tbe Salvation Army barracks, lias been postponed until Monday etwilng next, when the major
will Im* in attendance.
Don't forget the dance in the Ma
ionic hull on Friday, tl.e 17th.
C.P.R. earnings for tbe lasl week
of October were 18,675,000, Rross. an
Increase of 1404,000 over the cor-
lespon-ding with of last year. This
is the bfggrSl week the C.P.R. ever
had.
As an Indication of tbe activity in
local real estate circles, Messrs.
Beale and Khveit report having disposed ol the whole of their north
end addition in the course of the
past  two weeks.
Choice hot house celery ami lettuce
at  Little and  Atchison's.
Mr T. ll. O'Conoell, ot tbo Royal
bank, i« leaving on the inth lor Sydney, Nova Scolia, where be will ic-
i.ew old arumiintanccs for a month
Mr. IV YV. Lumstlcn of this branch
will act as manager in Mr. (>V-.n-
nell's absence ami Mr. Alladycc, of I
Nelson, will act as accountant.
Patmore Hros. hare been awarded
Uie contract for tbe steam heating
in the new Campbell and Mar.ntng
block.
The colored slides awl moving ph>
tures ol California's varied scenery to
be iwrn in Knox church on November
17th are the best money ean produce,
Ask anyone who at tendrd Mr
Prince*-* lecture last year Some nf
the pictures are tlie same, many of
them arc new Mr Chun is the lecturer this year Adults 2Sc., child
rcn ISO,
.Situation    wanted    by lady stenographer    experienced.   Address,    Box
Cold weather Heaters, coal or
wood burners, thut give entire satisfaction.—East Kootenay Produce
and Provision House.
II. ll Hirtch and D. D. Mt Laws, J
who have been carrying on a real es-
late business in this city, with of- j
lices in Uw Hotel Cranhrook, have
dissolved partnership. Mr. Hirtch
has moved to Calgary, where be will
t-iigagc in tbe same business, whilst
Mr. McLaws will continue the local'
business,
The Bdlson orobestrs are giving a
dance in the Musi-hit ball on the
17th.    Tickets $1.50.     Ladies fret*.
The World's Fair.
rooms TO RENT.—Oood pO/rt-
tion, nicely lurnlshed; piano-A.It.
C, Herald office 45-lt
Those musically Inclined are invited
i<> take part in tbc forthcoming
production of "The Country Glrl."j
the music for which bas arrived, He
hcarsal will he commenced shortly
Application should be made ti Mr.
O. I). Ingram.
Yon can get the beat brands ot
cigars at Kilby's barber shop.     I5*l|
Most of the provincial road workmen have been called in for Um* winter. Supt. -lolin Held still bas three
gangs working on bridges. One
across Uie St Mary's river am! two
on bridges across the Movie, between
Cm/on ami Kingsgate, for the liwtii
ol local ranchers,
'Phone J5, Little and Atchison, fot
a brick of that delicious three flavored Hasdwood ice cream.
\. \ .tones, A. J. Morris and
Stewart Morris came in this week
from Windermere, where they have
been engaged on survey work thr* ugh-
otit the summer. Messrs Jones ami
A. J. Morris will In* leaving for
England, where they will remain;
pvet Christmas, in the course ot a:
few days.
If you are in need oi Furniture of
any kind it will pay you to inspect
the stock at East Kootenay Produce and Provision House.
i    I   wonder who    will win the prizes
| at the maaouetade on Thursday, the
89rd.     Come and compete,  You have
as good n chance as anyone.
A meeting ol the Cranbrook Poultry and Pet Stock association wai
hold Tuesday evening In the Y.M.C,
A   parlori, with a goodly number ol
members present. Several important matters were up for discussion,
chief of which was the increasing ofi
the membership. An effort will bef
made to have every poultry fancier In {
th<* Cranbrook district become a
member. The association ll donating a handsome silver medal foi
competition at the first annual provincial show to ir held in Vancouver
in .January next, at which several
local men will compete The associe-
tion meets tbe first Tuesday of every
month and every person interested m
poultry is reguested to at'end thev
meetings.
Spanish Malaga grapes at Little
ar.d Atchison's.
The regular monthly tea given
by the Knox Church Ladies Aid,
will be held at the home of Mrs.
WE. Worden, Friday, Nov. 10th
from 3 to 6 p.m.
"A   newspaper       which   is    well
thought of by the public is for tha'.
Very reason more valuable to its advertisers." In this remark of Mr
Tait; professor of psychology at Mt-
0111 College. Montreal, lies the whole
art of medium selection in advertis
ins. Any man who sits down and
considers his own attitude towards
tl.e advertisers in the different periodicals which he peruses can tell in a
minute bow true it Is. Vet there
are still jicoplc who think that all
they have to do is to rent so much
space in the cheapest medium they
can find, and the trick is done.
The S*ovembei   number of Farmer's
Maga/ine coatams a number o( special artides on apple growing, potaeo
raising in .New Brui.swick, co-operation amene farmers, mixed fanning
in the wes:, and everyone is well illustrated. This is by all odds the
best number yet put oui by this ra-
pidly growing farm magazine. If ytu
have not seen it, send for a sample
to the, circulation manager Farmer's
Magazine, 143-140 University Ave.,
Toronto, Ont, or better still, send in
12 to this office ar.d receive the Herald weekly arid the Farmers' Magazine, monthly, for twche months
Did
Fair?
hear about   the   World's
Select your costume for tlie masquerade on Thursday, the 23rd al
•auditorium ticket office.
Mr. M. A. Macdonald, and Mrs
MaodonaM, left or, Sunday last tor
Vancouver and will be absent about
a week. Mr. Maodonald is appearing In the court ot apical loi the
ffattsburg Lumber company in shell
suit agamst the Cooke Lumber company, of Kaslo, B.C . an appeal lieing
brotighe by the Cooke Lumber company from the judgment against
tbem at the trial. He is also
appearing f'-r the Fernie, Mofrisey
and Muhel Railway company, of
Fernie, in an appeal brought by     one
Kelson agams* the company in a
suit for damages tried at Penis in
May last. In W*hioh the company were
successful
Heel
Fair.
nn
Mai me    at de     World's
IF YOU WANT TO
\ BUY A HOME
NOW IS THB TIME.   PRICKS WILL BE
MUCH HKiHElt NEXT SPRING
Wc enn wive yon tlie hundreds of dollars you
waste in rent.
Come nnd have n talk with us nbout it.
i •
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BEALE & ELWELL
Established 18117
BAKER STIIKKT ORANBROOK, tl. 0, THE   CRANJUIOOK   HERALD
^'••X.''^^
MISS VERXA FELTON
CRANBROOK AUDITORIUM
ONE WEEK, COMMENCING MONDAY. NOV. 13
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Miss Verna Felton
AND
The Allen Players
Presenting* some of the very best dramas of the present day, opening* with
a
THE   LION   AND   THE   MOUSE"
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AN  ADDED  FEATURE - THE ROYAL HUNGARIAN QUARTETTE, late of Henry W. Savage's original "Merry Widow" Co.
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ADMISSION:   25C.   50C,    75C.      Seats on sale at the Beattie-Murphy  Co.'s store
Labor Upheaval
Threatened
COAL MINERS   tn*' GREAT BRIT
Al\ MAY STRIKE Allot T
CHRISTMAS TIME.
\ laboi loader contributes   tl.e fi I
lowing article lo a British weekly:
Those people who Imagine tlml   lite
I,.imi    upheaval   hns    subsided    ami
that a period of Industrial culm       I
before lite country arc likelj  to   sul
di .1 rude    shock  jusl nboul Christinas.   Present Indications polnl lo an
Industrial struggle on   a scale Ureal
Britain has never before experienced
The miners have declared war    on
the coal owners.     As determined!) as
Italy Issued Iter    ultimatum   lo Tur
key, they have   issued their challenge
thai unless a   minimum wage lie conceded for every worker employed     in
the mines ihey will declare ,. nation
al stoppage     What Justification have
the men    loi   Iheii   extreme action?
Wl.it arc the    prospectn i-l an agree
menl lieing  readied    before Uw lust
blow is struck''
\t inst si-jlil the difference between
men ami masters appear to be lech
nleal ami ttillicult lo understand. In
reality they arc quite simple The
dispute arose out of repealed com
plaints im the pari of colliers nil
o.ei the country regarding payment
in "abnormal places " When a nc\t
seam of coal is to be worked tlie
manager of the colliery and the min
i*is' agent ineei and arrange ihe rale
of pay on it. Sometimes it is as
low as Is. 2d. a ton, sometimes as
high as ,1s Occasionally it happens
that there are exceptionally dim cull
places in the seam. The wall it
n .f may Ih- cut through witli a
grain uf coal or the burrounding rock
may vary. These Bpols are called
"faults" ni "abnormal places." Obviously it is not (ait that tbe colllci
should lie paitl at   the same rate     at
these points as when hewing cool  a'
typical places
MEN'S DEMANDS,
flow is the rale ol pa) to bo tlecid :
Oil? The men demand that tbe wage
if a collier working under these
circumstances ihalt in* advancnl to an
assured minimum. The coal owners
retort tliat such a practice would
encourage malingering, since the
collier would be certain of a wage
tt bethel be worked honestly or not.
In SOfliC     of     the    coalfields     of the
norlheasf ami the midlands tin* men's
proposals have been adopted, am!
the masters confess thev have proved
satisfactory) but in others—notablj
South Wales, where the relation*- be
twoen employers and employes aro
strained— the coalownors refuse tf.
Odopl a general principle as to payment
Meanwhile the rank ami lib* demand
ihat a minimum wage toi "abnormal
places"   should  lie     dropped nntl  that j
u si Id Ik*  merged In a demand for
a universal minimum wage, which
would, of course. Include ihe collier
working at an exceptional spot. Thej
have pointed out that the miners engaged in "abnormal places" are not
the only men suffering under grievances. Very olien the standard
wane for typical work Is so low that
not more than Is. a day can hi*
earned Indeed 1 have seen a large
number af pay sheets where tlie average wage is not higher than .is. od.
Here is one Irom tbe Durham coalfield, sftected nt random:
The policy of the militants was
taken up with extraordinary enthusiasm nil over the country. Mass
meetings ol miners in almost overy
center have (Iceland for the general
minimum wage principle. And this
has often been in defiance of leaders.
The Right Hon. William Abraham,
IV.P. (,'Mahon") has openly opposed
the new movement. He has trlod to
livitlc the men's forces bj telling the
ilghly skilled colliers, some of whom
.am as high as ids. a day, that the
prcpowal minimum will become the
iiavimum. Bul all to no avail,
'rom Somerset to Scotland the miners' meetings have been unanimous.
the old school ol leaders Withstood
>s long as they coukl agaii.st the ris-
ug tide of opinion, but a wqvc Irom
oniii Wales has overthrown three
d their number, and the rest now
realize that they must either flow
■.\itli the current or drown. At the
recent national conicrencc ai South-
ort the resolution iu favor of a
ninlmum wage was carried wiih ah-
tolulc unanimity, and a national
itoppage threatened unless it be conceded,
MEN WILL STAND FIRM.
Tl.e original proposal was Ihat ,•
uniform minimum wage of 7s. or 5s.
a day should he sough! all over the
country, but ibis has been dropped,
.nib each county or district federation
is to approach the cualowners ami
demand a minimum wage in accordance with local conditions. Scotland, South Wales ami the Midlands
will probably demand Rs. a days
Northumberland, Durham, Lancashire
and Cheshire 7s. a day; the Forest ol
Mean and Somersetshire tis. a day.
The ie]lies of the masters will be
reported to a special conference to Ik
held in London on Novcmlrttr 11, and,
if unsatisfactory in any area, notices
will Immediately In* handed in all
over tlie country. This would mean
a national miners strike at Christ
mas!
it can lie said emphatically that
the men will not withdraw from the
position thev have taken up They
are conscious of their strength. Over
(100,000 miners are members ol the
union, which gives them a proportion
of two Ui one, anil Mr. I). A. Thomas, the .South Wales coal magnate,
acknowledges thai tliu non unionists
will make common cause with the organized men. The engineers, firemen
and stokers will also come out—which
means the flooding of the mines—ami
I have authority for saying that the
railwaymon will refuse to distribute
coal Om- important factor iu llie
situation is Hit* unrest on the rail
ways, which grows rather than diminishes Whatever hap|iens in the
immediate future, the labor upheaval
will not subside until a living wage
has been won for every worker.
HeacdaLche
Is quickly cured by FI(i PILLS. The
Headache disappears after one oi
two doses. They tone up the
STOMACH and cure CONSTIPATION. At all dealers, 25 cents per
box, or The Fig Pill Co., St. Thorn- •
as, Ont.
Sold and    recommended     by    Thu
Cranbrook Drug and Book Co., Ltd
The underwear
without a fault
Christmas. Officials are bard at
work on the estimates, and an effort
will be made to have everything in
ship shape by November 15th. Thej'
will he submitted to the ministers
foi revision and approval in the next
few days.
Little Important constructive* legislation is exptcttd until after Christmas, as the ministers have not had
lime to definitely settle their policy
or mail out  their plans.
Some papers continue daily to map
oui new naval policies for th.* government, lhe lalcsl being lhal ol
subsidized ocean steamers, to be
turned into fast auxllary cruisers.
As a matter of fnct, the governmenl
has not yet taken up the naval tpies-
lion. Before any policy is decided
upon, even if there is a referendum
or not, the British admiralty is likely lo be consulted and their advice
as to tin* assistance which is most
valuable 1' lb.- motherland will be
secured,
thence  80 chains north, thence      80
chains east,    thence 80 chains south,
thence 80 chains west to place ol beginning, containing about Oil) acres.
David Still, Locator
.1.1. Thomas, Agent. -11-51*
Ontario's New
Liberal Leader
SKETCH OF CAREER OF NEW-
TOO WESLEY ROWELL,
K.C, OF TOKONTO.
PARLIAMENT     TO      SIT
MARCH.
TII.I
It is practically certain now* thai
there will lie only one session of
parliament, which will adjourn al
Christmas and run after New Year's,
probably until March,    it was      nt
flrsl otpceted there would be a
short session of a month and then
possibly another called in the spring.
Instructions have been given by] the
flnance minister to the various departments to prepare their estimates, not only tor the remainder
of this year, but lor the 1912-1918
fiscal year, which clearly Indicates a
session     lasting    until     well   after
Pay September 1, three men, 2.5   per da v.
Paj  August    lib, three men.  1.6} per day.
Pay August    lib, throe men, l.tj per day.
Pay Aligns!  18th, three men, 3.8   per day.
Pay August DUli, three men, t.fij per dav.
Pay August 18th, three men, 15   per dav.
Pay September 1, three men, 4.5   per dav.
Pay September 1, thru* men, 3 l| pep dav.
Pay September 1, three men, 2.5   per dav.
Pa) September 1, three men, 3.3  per dav.
NOTICE.
NOTICE    IS   HEREBY     GIVEN
that thirty  days after date 1   intend
to apply to the  Hon. Chlel Commissi) iter   of Lipids  and  Works    for a
license to prospect   for co.il and petroleum on tin* following lands situate
in the   District   of   Southeast    Kootenay,    British   Columbia, in    Block
1503:
Commencing at a posl planted at or
(near two miles east ol the 2.'i    mile
j post of C.P.R.    survey   on west side
oi     Block 1503 and being the N.
W. ton.tr    posi of II  Mason Raburg
claim,    theme    running south      Ho
chains,    thence east SO chains, thenco
north 8<>  chains,    thence west      Rti
chains       lo a    point of   commence
ment,    making 010 acres, more
Commencing at a post planted at or
near the 21 mile post of the C.P.
R. survey, being west side line of
Block 1503 and being the N.W. corner post uf the 11. Mason Raburg
claim; thence running south 80
chains; thenco east 80 chains; thence
north .80 chains; thence west 80
chains to a point of commencement, making 610 acres more or
less.
Located this 14th day of October,
1011.
Hoy Allen, Agent  for
II. Mason Raburg, Locator.
Witness:—
Baptiste  \  Lamcrioiix
his mark
A. Vi. Bidden. .    45-Pt
NOTICK.
club, the Ontario club, and the Queen
City Curling dub.
Mrs. Rowell is ;i daughter of    Rev.
Dr. Alexander Longford.
i WANTED TO BI Y.-Set ol second
hand delivery sleighs. Must lie in
good condition. Apply Box 1, Herald otlice. 15-tC
^sjb^ms tr-1is n a as [©afsjaffifflara&a
iii
ul a pi
Newton Wesley Itovvell was born in
.Middlesex County, on lis; lst of
November, 1807, his father being Mr.
■ Its-i'pli I towel I, of Loudon township.
He entered upon tl.e study td law iu
London, ami moved   to Toronto      in
1801, where he completed his studies
in law, ami was called lo tb.* bar tht*
same your. He has been practising
law iu Toronto for twenty years. II.•
was made a King's counsel in 1002,
was elected a bencher of the Law
Society of Upper Canada mt the lasi
election in May of this year.
Mr. Rowel) was brought up iu the
Liberal faith. He is not without
political experience, having contested,
though unsuccessfully, the seat for
East York in the Dominion house ol
ci mraons in 1000.
He has been active und prominent
in religious nlfaits, and particularly
| iu the Laymen's Missionary Movement, with which he has been connected Intimately Irom its Inception.
, He was elected chairman of tire Canadian council of tin; movement iu
10U7, ami continued so til 1010, when
he retired.
On most of tin* general hoards ami
committees of the Methodist church
Mr. Bowell holds a seat* In partic-
ifar, he is a member of tb:* Mission
hoard, the board of education, and
Hit general conference special committee, and was elected as one of the
two laymen to represent the Methodist Church of Canada on the International Methodist commission appointed by the recent ecumenical conference, lie has been an active member
from the lirst of lhe church union
committer*, and is chairman of the
mm it tee on laws of the united committees.
Mr. Rowell is a member or the sonic of the University ol Toronto,
ami also of the senate and of the
board of regents ot Victoria l'niver-J
sily. His social proclivities nro
Indicated by his membership in St.
George's Society and lho Irish Protestant Benevolent Society, while he
is   also a     member   ot the Nul ii mil  m
WATER NOTICE,
1, clement Hungertord Pollen, of
Cranbrook, by occupation a Farmer,
give notice that I intend on the
12th day of December next, at eleven
o'clock iii the forenoon, to apply to
■ hi* Water Commissioner nt his official Cranbrook for a license to take
ami use half of one cubic foot* of
water per second from Ta-Ta
Creek, a tributary of the Kootenay
River.
The waler is to be used on Lot
3*11, sub-sections I nnd 5, for agricultural purposes, anil the point of diversion is aboul , mile above tho
month  of  the creek.
c. Hungcrford Pollen.
Baled tliis second dav ol November,
1011. 11-51
CANADIAN
ACIFIC
AXM'Al.
EASTERN CANADA
1 The Ad. That's Worth
I A Dollar to You
jij mny i>,' iii tins mini,'  ami ..
g search ot  <,iii' miiiiit,'  limy ~j
0 ri'vciil it to volt!
g Of ,'onrei* H limy !»• tlml j|
(S Hut,' nre mis. printed to-day a
| tlml are worth a good many g
1 dollars lo vou.    lint it ought a
I '" lM* I
I Easy To Find 1
| an nd. worth ONE DOLLAR |
Make the Search
I        ns nn  experiment
eiaajBr^HiaiBEEHa'aaa'sjBEraaai
L-catcd    this Kith dav of October,
1911.
A. W   Beldcn, Agenl
lor
ll   Mason Raburg, Locator,
Witness:—
Baptiste X I.amioiix
.   his mark.
IMI
NOTICK.
NOTICK    is   HEREBY
OIVEN
that  thirtj   davs after date
intend
to apply    to the Hon. Chief
Commls-
sit tier   of Lands   ami   Work
■    for a
license to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following lands situate
in tbe District of Sunt beast Koolenay, liritisli Columbia, in Block
1593:
Commencing at a post planted nt
or near 2 miles east of the 25 mile
post, west boundary of Block Ci'':,
and lieing tlie S.W. corner poet of
Lilly Hand claim, thence running east
Ml chains; thence north 8<J chains;
thence
NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVEN
tbat thirty days after date 1 Intend
to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands uml Works for a
license to prospect for coal and pet-
or roleum on the following lands situate
in the District of Southeast Kootenny, liritisli Columbia, in Block
1593.
Comiiiciiciug at a p* <t planted at
or near I mile easl of the 25 mile
pest -of the west boundary of Block
151'.'* ami being the N.W. corner post
of Chas. Fiske's claim; thence running easl so chains, thence south
SU chains; thence west HO chains,
Ihencc north Ml chains to a point of
ct mmencemc-nt, making 010 acres,
more or less.
Located this 16th day of October,
IIU.
A. W. Beldcn, Agent for
Charles Flske, Locator
Witness:—
Baptiste X l.auierioux
bis mark. 15 5t
NOT1CI
NOTICK    IS   HEREBY    OIVEN
lhal tHlrty  days after date 1   intend
to apply   lo the Hon. Chief Comuiis-
west so chains; tlienoe south ' ill ner   of Lands   ami   Works     (or a
80   eliains to
point of commence- license to prospect   for coal ami pet-
more
Low I
ITilp Bates lo
ONTARIO, QUEBEC,   AND MARI
TIME PROVINCES
Ticket*, mi Mile
DKO. 1 TO DKC.fll INCLUSIVE,
Oood lo return within three
months.
'I ieketi Issued in connection
with Atlantic Bleamsliips will be
on sale from Nov. lOth io DEO,
Slat, iuelioive. nml liii lied to live
monthp from date of Issue.
Finest Equipment, Piandard
First Class snd Tourist Bleeping
Cars, Dining Cars cu nil th ou^h
trains,
Ci m pint menl— Library- Observation c»r on "Imperial
l.iu.iti.i "
Apply to nearest 0 I' It. Agent
for full In forms I Ion i or
9. tl MiNI IIIII'.
District PitMPPger Agent,
Calgary, Alta
HOTEL TO
RENT
(Jllfll niislitil
AT   DUCKS
On III*' main Iin,' of tho
CPU. 18 tulles ensl of
Kaiuloo|w. Lighted hy
electricity; stcnin licnleu;
water patnpeil fr.,111 river.
Can la otipletl as kooii
ns complotoil.
Kor farther particulars
a|,|ily to
Hon. H. linstock
Monte Crook
ll. 0.
roleum on Hie following lands situate,
in the District of Southeast Koo-
tenay, liritisli Columbia, In Mock
ISM:
Commencing at a post planted    nl
nr laiir I mile ,'asl ol   llle '*.*>     mile
ik,s|  nf lhe western boundary      ,>i
Brock IstJS ami Ixing llie s. K.   cor
lf,-r»i net    |,t,st ot rims.    Fisko's claim;
—    ilienee running wesl nu chains, thence
NOTICE. north Ho    eliains,   thence east       no
' .        chain*. Ihencc south nil chains   to   a
NOTICE   is   HEREBY    OIVEN polnl ol  commcuccmcnl ,kiiiK   pan
thai thirty  days alter date 1   intend I acres, more or less.
to apply   lo 1 he Hon. chlel Commls* |   Located  ihis 17th day ol October,
sillier   of I.anil,   a,si   Works     lor a   ]„,,.
license to prospect   tor coal and pet- A. IV. Ili'lihn, Agent Inr
menl. making mil acres,
less.
Located    Ihis I111I1 day ol Octebc
1011.
A. IV. Ileldcll. Agent for
Lilly Hand, Locator.
Witness:—
llaptistc X Lamcrioiix
his mark
Chas. Flake, Loeal,m.
Witness:—
Ilapllste V l.nmciimii
Ills mnlk.
NOTICE.
4D-SI
roleum on the following l.onls .ituutc
In ihe District ot Southeast Koo
tcnav, llritish Columbia, In Block
ISM:
Commencing at a post pluntcd    al j
nr near '*     miles east  of 111,' '2.1 lull,'
Jlnst,      west  I1011n1l.il y  line r.l      DllH'k j 	
ISM. snd being the N.W. corner post    NOTICE   is   HEREBY    OIVEN
of Lilly     Hand claim, liter,,.' Minium',   thai  thirty   days idler dale I    Intend
■oath su chains; thence east su in apply i" ihe Hon chlel Commls
iliiiins. thence north nil chains; lionet nl Lauds and Works Inr >■
ol
**********************
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICE.
NOTICE    IS  HEREBY    OIVEN
Ihat thirty   days nil it dale I intend
in apily to the chief Commissioner
of 1.amis and tn Ihc Assists.*.! Commissioner nl Lands Inr the District
nf Kast Knolenny for a license tn
prospect lor coal nnd petroleum on
lhe (allowing, dcsfriticd lands, located on the North Fork ot Michel
Creek, twelve miles north ol the
Crows Nesl Pass llrnni-h ol Ihe I'u-
iindlan I'aciiie Hallway:
foinmi'iieing ai a post limited   al
lhe southeast    corner   ol   I.ot 6111,
tliciicc west su chains lo a point
rommcnccmenl,    making
more or less.
Located    this lllth day nl October,  WIS),
lllll. ISM:
A. W. Beldcn, Agent tor
Lilly Hand, Locator.
Witness:***
Ha;:t'slc X Lamcrloui
his mark. IS-St
license lo prospect    lor coal ami pel
lim acres,  roleum on the following lands situate
ia Ihc   Dislrict  ol   Southeast    Koo
llrilish  Columbia, in   Block
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
Ihat thirty days alter date I Intend
to apply lo tbc Hon. Chief Commissi, ner of Lands and Works lor a
license to pr„s|iect Inr coal mnl petroleum on the following lands situate
in the Dlatrlet ot Southeast Koo- WltoesK-
Icnnv, llrilish Columbia, in Block 1 Ilapllste X Utneriotli
MM: 1 'Ms mark.
Cnliimeneil.g nt a post plant) ,1 al
1 r near 3 miles cast nl the :i:i mile
post of C.P.R. survey on west side
line nf Hock ISM nnd being the S.
W. corner post ol II. Mason Italian;
clai 11, thence running north su
chains, thence east 80 chains; thenco
south su chains; ihencc wesl so
chains lo a point ol commencement,
making 04(1 acres.m ore or less.
Located this ISlh day ol October,
1911.
A. W. Ilelden, Agent lor
11. Mason Raburg, Locator
49-St TflK   CBANBUOOKE   HttALD
NOTICE.
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN
that thirty days alter date I intend
to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a
license to prospect for coul and petroleum on tlie following lands situate
in tlie District ol Southeast Kootenay, llritish Columbia, in Block
4593'
Commencing al a post planted nt
or ue4r where this claim joins I). J.
FltKgerald's claim ou the north-west
corner ou cast boundary ol Hloek
4-598, and lieing lire north-west corner post of Nellie Sylvester claim;
Ihencc easl Ml chains; thence south
Ml chains; Mieuce west 80 chains;
Hence north M) chains to a poii.t ol
commencement, making 040 acres,
more or less.
Located this 80th dav of Oolober,
lllll.
Roy Allen, Agent lor
Nellie Svlvesler, Locator.
Witness:-
Baptiste X. I.tiuicrioux
his mark, 15*4(1
NOTICE.
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN
that thirty days alter date 1 Intend
to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a
license to prospect lor coal and petroleum on the following lands situate
in the District of Southeast Kootenai, liritisli Columbia, iu Block
4593;
Commencing nt a post planted at
or near where this djaim joins Jno.
MacOinnis claim on south-west corner post on east boundary of Block
4593 and being the south-east corner
post of Kloise Macfiinnis claim;
thence west 80 chains, thence north
HP eliains; thence east 80 chains;
thence south 80 chains to n point ot
commencement, making 010 acres,
mon* or less.
Located this  lst day ol November,
1911.
Itoy Allen, Agent for
Kloi.se Macfiinnis, Locator,
Witness:—
Baptiste X. Lamcrioiix
his mark. 45-51
NOTICE.
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN
that thirty days after date I Intend
to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands ami Works for a
license to prospect for coal amd petroleum ihi the following lands situate
iu the District of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block
45113:
Commencing at a post planted at
or neat 1 mile west of north-east
coiner post of II. P. Bennett on east
boundary of Block 4598, and being
the north-east comet post of D. J.
Fitzgerald claim, thence south 80
chains; thence west 80 eliains; tbence
north 80 eliains; thence east su
chains to a point of commencement,
making tilo acres, more or less.
Located this 1st day of November,
1911,
Itoy Allen, Agent for
D. .1. Kll-zgcriild, Locator.
Witness:—
Baptiste \ Lamerioux
his murk. 45-61
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN
that thirty days after dale I intend
to apply Ui tlie Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands ami Works for a
license to prospect   for coal and pet-
NOTICK.
I NOTICE IS HEREBY* GIVEN
that thirty days after date 1 Intend
to apply io tlie lion. Chief Commissioner of Luods end Works for a
license to prospect for coal and pet-1
roleum on the following lands situate
iu the District ol Southeast Koo- i
tenav, British Columbia, iu Block
4698:
I Commencing at a pest planted at
or near one mile south ol the
nor 111-wesl comer post of Nellie Sylvester claim on east boundary ol
Block 4598 and lieing the north-west
corner post of Klolse Macglnms
claim, thence easl 80 chains, thence
south 8(1 chains; thenco west 8(1
chains; thence north hi* chains tn »
point ol commencement, making 640
acres, more or less.
Located this 1st  dav ol November,
I'm.
- Roy Allen, Agent for
Kloise. Macginnis,  Locator.
Witness*—
Baptiste X Lamerioux
his mark. 45*51
NOTICK IS UKRKBY OIVEN
that thirty days after date I Intend
to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lauds ai.il Works for a
license to prospect   for coal and pel'
roleum on the following lands situate roleum on the following lands situate
in tlie   District   of   Southeast   Koo-||n the   District   ol   Southeast   Koo-
tcnav,    British   Columbia, in    Block
4593:
Commencin;
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
that thirty days after date I intend
to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a
license to prospect for eoal and petroleum on the following lands situate
iu the District of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block
4693:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 1 mile south of Chas.
Kit-ike's claim, on cast boundary of
Block 1693 and being the south.wesl
corner post of H. Mason Raburg
ilaim; thence north 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains; thenco si uth mi
chains, thence west 8(1 eliains to a
point of commencement, making tin.
acres, more or lest*,.
Located this 30th dav of October.
1911.
Roy Allen, Agent for
11. Mason RabUFg,  Locator
Witness:—
Baptiste X Lameriouv
his mark. 1.*
tenay,    British   Columbia, in    Block
4593:
Commencing at a post planted nt
or near 2 miles west of IL P. Bennett's claim on south-east corner on
east boundary of Block 4593 and being tlie south-west corner post of
I no. MaeOiniiis claim ^thence north 80
chains; thence east 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains; thence west 80
eliains to a point of commencement,
mnkir.g (ill) acres, more or less*.
Located this lst dav of Novcmlier,
1911.
Roy Allen, Agent for
•Imi. Macfiinnis, Locator.
Witness:—
Baptiste X Lamerioux
his mark. I.V.'it
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN
that thirty days aftei date I Intend
to apply lo the Hon. Chief Commissioner of UkhIs and Works loi a
license to prospect for coal and petroleum nu tin1 [otic/wing lands situate
in the District <,f Southeast Koo-
tonay, British Columbia, in Block
4693:
Commencing at a post planted ai
or near where this claim joins ('has.
Gruwell claim on east boundary ol
Block 4503 and being the southeast
corner post of Jno. Macfiinnis
claim, thence west SU chains; thence
north 80 chains; thence cast sn
chains, thence south Ml chains to a
poin-t of commencement, making 040
acres, mote or less.
Located     this 30th dav of October
1911
Roj  Allen, Agent for
Jno. MacOiiin's, Locator,
Witness:—
Baptiste   N   Lumctioiix-
lis murk, .jfi-fi
NOTICK.
NOTICK
that thirty
IS   HEREBY    GIVEN
days after date I   intend
i    '. NOTICE.
j NOTICK IS HEREBY ClIVrvN
thu-t thirty days after date I intend
to apply to the Hun. Cbief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a
license to prospect for eoal and petroleum on the following lands situate
iu the District of Southeast Koolenay, British Columbia, in Block
4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near one mile south of the southwest corner ol II. J, Cu minings'
claim on cast boundary of Block
4583 and being Uh* south-west cornel
post of Win. A. Kerr claim; llicnct
iiiiilh 80 chains, thence cast 8(
chains, thence south Mi chains; thenct
west 8t) chains to a poii.t of commencement, making 640 acres, more
or less.
Located   this 23rd day of October,
ion.
Roy Allen, Agent for
Wm, A. Kerr, Locator,
Witness:—
Baptiste X Lamerioux
his iiiiirl;. ir,-5i
NOTICK.
NOTICK,
tenay,
1503:
Ci
on the following lands situate
District of Southeast Koo-
Brilish   Columbia,  |n    Block
at
iaiiti
and
NOTICK LS HEREBY GIVEN NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN
hnt thirty days after date I intend , that thirty days after date I intend
o apply to the Hon. Chief Commls-*to apply to the Hon. Chief Commis-
tig the Mtitl.tast corner post of stonot of Lands antl Works for a
iceiiso to prospect for coal and pet- license to prospect for dial and petroleum on the following lands situate
iu the District of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, iu Block
4693:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near re-staking if claim 1831,
this post planted in south-east corner on east boundary of Block I5!i.i
and being) the south-east cornet post
of Arthur Perham claim; 0icr.ee west
sn chains; thence north 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains; thence soulb
8ti eliains to a point ol commencement, making 640 acres, more ot
less,
Located    Mils 33rd da\ of October,
ma,
Hoy Allen, Agent (or
Arthur I'erhaiu, Locator
Witness:—
45-54        Baptiste X Lamerioux
his mark. 45-5t
-mmenclng at a post planter
or near 1 east ol Win. A. Kerr
on easl boundary of block 4593
stoncr   of Lands <d Works    for       a
Kloisv     MacGinnis1      claim;    thence
south Mi    chains, thence   west       SO
chains,     thence    m rth   sn    chains;
thence east Mi chains to a    point   of
commencement,    making    tilo acres,
atoi
moro i r les
Located this
30lli dav ii
nm.
Roy
MU
1,   Agent  fl,
Klois
• M
icOlnnis, I.
Witness:—
Baptiste
X 1
.ami'i ii iiy
liis
mark.
NOTICK
NOTICK    IS   HEREBY    GIVEN
thai thirty  days after date I   intend
pply   to the lion, chief Commls-   to apply   to the Hon. Chief Commissioner   of Lands   and   Works    for n sicner   of Lands   ami   Works    for «
license to prospect   for coal amd pet- [ license to prospect   for coal and petroleum on the following lands situate
NOTICK
notice    is   HEREBY    GIVEN
Ihat ibli tt days after date 1 intend
to apply to Uu- Hon ciiief Commls
sloner of Lands and Works fot a
license to prospect lot coal and i*t
roleum on the following lands situate
iu tlie   District    ol    SoiMheast     Koo
lenay, British Columbia, iu Block
1693:
Commencing at a post planted at ot
near, this claim joins 11 Mason
Bolting's claim on notih west loinn
ou east boundary of Btook 1598 and
being the north-weal cprnet post ol
Win. A. Ken claim; thence east Hti
chains, (hence south Ml chains,
ihciuv west BO chains, thence nortb
so rhains to a point of commencement, making iiiu acres,    more      01
less
Located this Both day of Oelooer,
1911
Roy   \| len, Agent  foi
Wm  A  Kerr, Locatoi
Witness;—
Baptiste X  Luinctiouv
his mark. 16-51
NOTICE
NOTICK is HEREBY GIVEN
thai thirty days after date I Intend
to apply to the Htm. Chief Commis
Blotter of Lands and Works for a
limise to prospecl for coal nod pet-
roleum tm the following lands situate
in Um* District ol Southeast Koo-
teuav, British Columbia, in Block
■15981
Commencing at a P(,st planted at or
near where Ibis claim joins the
north-east corner ol I). J Fitzgerald's claim on east boundary of
Block 459.1 and being the south-east
corner post of Nellie Sylvester
claim; thence west 80 chains; thence
north 89 chains; thence east 8,1
chains; thence south 80 chains to a
point ot commencement, making liltt
acres, more or less.
Located Ihis   1st day ot Novcmlier,
ion.
Roy Allen, Agent (or
Nellie Sylvester, Locator,
Wttnesflt-
Bnptiste X Lamerioux
Ma mark. 45 51
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that thirty days alter dale 1 Intend
to apply to the Hon. Chlel Commissioner of Lands anil Works for a
license to prospect for eoal and petroleum on the following lands situate
iu the District of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block
4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near. This claim joins tbe west
itid of Chas. Kiske claim oi. east
boundary of Block 1593 ami being the
south-east corner post if M. T Raburg claim; thence west 80
chains, [faencc north -10 chains; i-hence
east 8(1 chains,*, thence south 40
chains to a point of commencement, making uin acres, more m
less.
Located this 1st day of November,
1911.
Roy Allen. Agent for
M. T. Raburg. Locatoi
Witness:—
Baptiste X Lamerioux
his mark. 45-51
nt a post planted at
or near where this claim joins Nellie
Sylvester claim on nortb-west corner
on east htundary of Block 159,1 and
being the north-cast corner post of
.Inc. Macginnis claim; thence south
80 chains; Iheiiee west 80 chains;
thence north 80 chains, thence east
80 chains to a point of commencement,, muking lito acres, more or
less.
Located this   30th dav of October,
1911.
Roy Allen, Agent foe
Jno. Macginnis, Locator.
Witness:—
Baptiste X Lamerioux
his mark. !5-5t
NOTICE,
NOTICK IS
lhal thin \ dav
t>. Rppl] to thi
sn net    i>[ Lotah
HEREBY    OIVEN
. alter date I int-nut
Ron, cine! Commls-
and   Works     for a
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that thirty days after date 1 Intend
to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands ai.d Works for a
license t<> prospect for coal and petroleum on the following lands situate
in the District of Southeast Kco-
lenav, British Columbia, in Block
4593:
Commencing ut a post plant-id at
or near one mile South of Chas.
Gill well's <f ami on east boundarj- of
HI. - k r>.':t and lieing the south-east
corner pi st of 11. I*. Bennett claim:
thence west 80 chains, thence north
80 chains, thence east 8(1 chains,
ihem-,* south 80 chains to a print of
commencement, making 840 ner.*.
more or less.
Located this 80th dav of October,
lnl!.
Roy Allen, Agent for
H  P. Bennett   !.<.it r
Witness:—
Baptiste X Lamerioux
his mark. 15 61
roleum on ihe following lands siuiatt
in the District of Soul-beast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block
1698:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 1 mile south of Bloc1*: Ki:i8
on cast boundary   of   Block 1503 and
In the  District   of   Southeast    Koo
lenay,    British   Columbia, iu   Block
1593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near where this claim joins Wm.
A, Ken's claim on south-west corner
being the south-east corner post of post on east boundary of Block
Ilaptisle Lamerioux claim-j Alienee 1593 ami being tin* north-west corner
wesl 89    chains; ihencc south       8ii post of ('has.    Gruwell claims thene
chains; thence easl 80 chains; thence
north 80 eliains t<> -d point of commencement, making (Mil acres, more
or less.
Located this    28Ih dav cf October,
1011.
Baptiste
X Laniciii
his mark
Witness:—
Roy Allen.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Out thirty days after date I intend
to apply to the tion. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a
license to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following lands situate
in the District of Southeast Koo-
tenav, British Columbia, in Block
4598;
Commencing at
or  near   where
easl 811 chains; ihencc south 80
chains; thence West mi chains, ihencc
north 8ii chains to a polnl of com-
menceincnl, making Old acres, mow
or less.
Located this    23rd dav of October,
1011.
Roy Allen, Agent [nr
Chas. Gruwell, Locator,
Witness*—
Bu*iti'.i,- x Lamerioux
his murk. 15-61
a post planted     nt
this    claim    joins
NOTICE.
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN
that thirty days after date I intend
to apply to the Hon'. Chief Commissioner of Lands nod Works for a
license to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following lands situate
in Die District of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block
1503:
Commencing at a post planted
south-east corner post of Chas. Gru- <>r near where this claim    joins Jno
well claim in east boundary of Block
4593 ami lieing the south-west corner
post of Arthur Perham claim; theme corner    post ol    Eloise   HacGinnlss
MacGii.nis1 claim on cast boundary ol
Block    1593 and lieing the south-east
NOTICE
Lhal thirty
is   HEREBY    GIVEN
lays after date 1 Intend
to apply to the Hon. Chlel Commissioner of Lauds and Works lor a
license to prospect for coal aud pct-
rolcum on the following lands situate
District
British
in Ihc
lenay,
1593:
Commencing ■,
or near      wher
si nth-east     coi
nctt's claim   o
Block    1593 and being tl.
cornel*   post of     I).     J.
Southeast
lumbia, in
post planted at
this claim joins
of II, p Ben-
ist boundary ol
south-west
Fitzgerald
claim, Ihencc north 80 chains.
thei.ee east SU chains, ibetice south
8(1 chains, thence west 80 chains to a
point of commencement, making t*i"
acres,   more or less.
Located this    30th dav of October,
mu.
Roy Allen, Agent for
D. .1. Fit/.gerald, Locator
Witness:—
Baptiste X Lamerioux
his mark. 45-.it
license to prospect for coal and petroleum ou the following laud*, situate
in the District of Sunt beast Kootenay, Hm ish Columbia, In Block
1593:
Commencing at a post planted      at
Or neat   1 -       nnh- south     nt        Lot
No. 1634 mi east boundarj ol Block
169*3 antl being Ihc south west corner
of Chas. PlskO claim, theme north
Iti chains, tnence east 8d chains,
thence south in chain*,, thence west
ho chains io a point of commencement*,   making i. lu  acres, 0101*8      01
less
Located this 1st   dav of November,
I'll!
Roy Allen, Agent foi
Chas. Flake, Locator
Witness;—
Baptiste X Lnmcrlrui
his mark. 15-51
NOTICE
NOTICE IM HEREBY OWEN
that thirl] dajri after date I intend
to apply to the Hon. Chief Commis
rriooer of Lands and Works fur a
license to prospect (or coal u:d petroleum on the following lands situate
in the District of Southeast Koo**
lcna\,    British   Columbia, iu    Block
I1503:
' Commencing at a post planted at
or near where tl.is claim joins D. .1.
I Kit»gcrald'; claim on east limn tin*
of Block IS93 and befog the northwest corner post of Nellie Sylvester
claim, thene,* eUt RO chains, thence
Mitilh NU    chains; thence     west      HO
'chains, lhct.ee ninth NO chains to a
point of commencement, making 010
acres, more or les**.
Located this 3uth dny of October,
mu
Roy Allen. A pen I for
Nellie Sylvester, Locator
Wilt.ess:—
Baptiste \ Lamerioux
his mark. I5-Si
NOTICK
NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVEN
thai llmn days alter date 1 intend
to apply to the Hon, Chlel Commissioner of Lands ami Works tor a
license to prospect Tor coal and pet-
ilcum on tlu' following lands situate
in iln* District of Southeast Koo
tenay, British Columbia, in Block
1593:
Commencing nt a post planted    at
or near I mile south of »fco. MaeOiniiis claim on north-east corner     on
ast boundary ol Block IM.1 ai.d  hc-
.ing the north-east corner post of    II
|P,   Bennett   claim;   thence  south SO
j Hiatus; thence west 80 chains; thencr
north 90  chains; thence    easl       80
iiml ns     to a   point    of  commencement, making 610 acres, more i r less.
Located this  lsl dny of November,
1911.
Hoy Allen, Agent for
11. P, Bennett, Locator,
Witness:-
Baptiste X Lamcrioiis
hia mark. 4.1 51
NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN
that thirty days after date I intend
to apply to the Hon. Chief Commis
sit tier of laiods and Works lor a
license to prospect for eoal and petroleum on tlie following lands situate
in tlie District of Southeast Koo-
lenav, British Columbia, In Block
1593:
Commencing al a post planted al
or near when* this claim joins Chas.
Gruwell claim on east boundary ol
HI. ck 1593 and being tbe south-east
corner post of .Ino. MacGinnts
claim, thence west 80 chains, thence
i.orth 80 chains; thence east 80
chains; (hence south 80 chains to a
point ol commencement, making 610
acres, more or less.
Located this 30th dny of October,
1911.
Roy Allen, Agent for
Jno. MaeOlnnls, Locator.
Wil ness.-
Ilaptisle X Lamerioux
hia mark.
I5 5t
north sn chains, thenco cast so
chains; thence south 8n chains;
thence west 80 chains to a point of
commencement, making Kin acres,
more or less.
Located this   20th dav of October.
1911.
Roy Allen, Agent for
Arthur Perham, Locator.
Witness:—
Baptiste X Lamerioux
his mark. 15-51
NOTICE.
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN
that thirty days after date I intend
to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands am) Works for a
license to prospecl for coal and petroleum on the following lands situate
in the District of Southeast Koo-
tenav, British Columbia, in Block
1503:
Commencing at a post planted at or
near where this claim joins 10078 On
northwest corner of east boundary of
Block 1503 and being the soulh-wcsi
corner post of Arthur Perham claim,
lhence north Ku chains, thence easl
MU chains; thence south Hii chains.
thence west so chains to a polnl it
commencement, making (ill) tier*s,
more or less.
Located   this lsl day of Novemler,
mu.
Roy Allen, Agent for
Arthur I'erham, Locator.
Witr.ess:-
Baptfstr X Lamerioux
his mark. 15-"it
claim; dunce west Ku chains; thence
north 80 chains; thence east 80
chains; thence south 80 chains ta a
point of commencement, making 640
acres, more or less.
Located this    30th dav of Octol
1911.
Roy Men, Agent fcr
Eloise MaeGinniss,  Locatoi
Witness:—
Baptiste X Lamcrioiix
his mark. !6-5t
NOTICE.
NOTICE   IS   HEREBY    GIVEN
tliat thirty days after date I intend
to apply to the Hon. Chief Conitnis-
slinei of Lands and Works for A
license to prospecl for coal and petroleum tm the following lands situate
in the District of Southeast Koo-
tenav, British Columbia, in Block
1593:
Commencing nt a post planted nt
or near where this claim joins Wm.
A. Kerr claim or. cast boundary ot
Block 1503 anil being the north-east
corner post it Chas. Gruwell claim;
thence soir-th 80 chair**; thence west
80 chains; Ihencc n< rth Ku chains.
Ounce east Hi) chains to a point of
cnmmcr.ccnicnt, making 010 acres,
more or less.
Located this SOU) dny of October,
1911.
Roy Alhn, Agent, for
Chas. Gruwell, Locator.
Witness—
Ilaptisle \ Lamerioux
his niiik. 4S-At
NOTICE.
NOTICE LS HEREBY OIVKN
that thirty days after date I Intend
to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a
license to prospect for coal ami petroleum on the following lands situate
n the District of Southeast Koolenay, British Columbia, in Block
4593:
Commencing at a post planted at or
near, this claim joins 1>. .1. Pltegei
aid's claim, post planted one mile
north on east boundary n[ Block
15.13 ami being the south-west comer
post of .Ino. MacGinnis' claim
thence north 80 chains, thence east
80 chains; t hence south su chains,
thence west 8n chains to a point ot
commer.cement, making 610 acres,
more or less.
Located this 60th day of October,
inn.
Roy Allen, Agent for
Jno. MacGinnis, Locator.
Witness —
Baptiste X Lamerit ux
his mark. 45-5
NOTICE.
NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVKN
(hat thirty days after date I Intend
to apply to the Hon. Chief Conmiis-
sitner of Lands and Works for a
license to prospecl for coal and petroleum on the following lands situate
in the District of Southeast KpO"
tenav, British Columbia, in Block
! 1593:
Commencing at a post planted ai
or near 1 east ot Wm. A. Kerr claim
on east boundary of Block 1693 and
being the northeast corm-r post ol
Klnise MacGinnis' claim,^thence south
80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains; thence east
xil chains to n point i f commencement, making 010 aires, more or
l.ss.
Located ibis    80th day of October,
1011.
! Roy Allen, Agent for
Eloise MacGinnis, Locator.
Witness:—
Baptiste X Lamerioux
his mark. 15-51
NOTICE.
NOTICK    IS   HEREBY    OIVEN
that thirty days after date I Intend
ii apply to the Hon. Chief Commis-
it ner of Lands and Works fox a
license to prospect for coal and petroleum on the lollowlng lands situate
In the District of Southeast Koo-
tenav, British Columbia, lo Blotk
1593:
Commencing at a post plantnl a'.
or near re-staking of claim No. 1333,
this post planted in BOUtb-weat I)
ust boundary of Block 1693 and b.'
ing the northeast corner post ol
M. T. Raburg claim, thence west 84
chains, thence north 80 chain
thence east 80 chains, thence sooth
80 chains to a poir.t of commencement, makinc t-00 acres, more o
less.
Located    this 33rd day of October,
1911.
Roy Allen, Agent for
M. T. Raburg, Locator.
Witness:—
Baptiste X Lamerioux
his mark. 45-5t
NOTICE.
NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVKN
that thirty days after date I Intend
to apply to the Hon. Chid Commissioner of Lands and Works for a
license to prospect ior coal ai.d petroleum on the following lands situate
in the District of .Southeast Koolenay, British Columbia, in Block
4693:
Commencing at a p' st plantnl at or
neat where this claim iolrts tlie
south-east corner ot M, T. Raburg
claim in cast lioumlary of Block 4693
and being the south-west corner ol
Wm A. Kerr claim, thence east 80
chains, thence north 80 chains.
thence wesl Ku chains, thcr.ee south
80 chains to a point of commencement, making 0-10 acres, more or
less.
Located this 2ftlh day of October,
1811.
Roy Allen, Agent for
Wm. A, Ken, Locator.
Witness:—
Baptiste X Lamcrioiix
his mark. (6-fft
NOTICK is HEREBY GIVEN
that thirty days after date l intend
apply to the Hon Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a
license to prospecl for coal and petroleum on tbo following lands situate
in tlie   District    of    Southeast     Koo
Lena),   British   Columbia, in   Block
taw:i:   -
Commencing at a post planted at
or near. This claim loins Chas.
(iruwell s claim on st nth-west cornel, on east boundary ol Hock
4593, and being Uw north-west corner post li ll .1 Cummlngs' claim,
tnence cast 80 chains, thence Mouth
so chains; tbencc west mi eliains.
thenco north 89 chains to a point ol
commencement, making 840 acres,
more or   less.
Located this 83rd dav ol October,
191*1
Roy Allen,  Agent for
H. .1   Cummlngs, Locator,
Witness —
Baptiste X Lamerioujt
his mark. 45-5t
NOTICK
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN
that thirty da>a alter date 1 intend
to apply   to tht* Hon. Chid Commis-
ner   of brands   ami   Works     lot a
ease to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following lands situate
in the District ol Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block
4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near rv-sUking of claim No. 1335,
thu post planted south-west corner
on east boundary of 45*^3 and lieing
thy ikrtfc-west corner post of Mason
Raburg claim.' thence north St)
chains, (bancs east SO chains, thence
south 80 chains; thence west 80
cbams to a point of cocimanoemettt,
makine 840 acres, more or less.
Located this 2:*Srd day ol October,
Ull.
Roy Alien, Agent for
H   Mason Raburg, Locator.
Witness:—
Baptiste X Lamerioux
his mark. 45-5t
NOTICE.
NOTICK    IS
hat thirty  day.*-
o apply   to the
loner   ol Lands
HEREBY OIVKN
alter date I intend
Hon. Chlel Commit-
and   Works    for a
NOTICK.
NOTICE    IS   HEREBY    GIVEN
that thin** da>s alter date I intend
to apply to the Hon Chief Commissi ner oi Lands ai.il Works for a
license to nrospect lor coal ami petroleum un the following lands situate
in ihc District of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, In Block
4593:
 miming at a post planted    at
_. near where this claim joins the
north-west corner td claim No. lotcs
easl boundary of Block 1503 and
being the Bout-h-east comer (Mist ol
II. Mason Raburg claim, thcnoo west
60 chaii.s. thence north KU chains,
hence east .sn chains; thence south
id t'hains to a point of commencement, making 640 acres, nunc 0[
less.
Located   this lst day of November,
Ifllt.
Roy Allen, Agent for
H. Mason Raburg, Locator.
Witness:—
Baptiste X Lamerioux
his mark. 45-51
license to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following lands situate
in the District of Southeast Kootenay, liritisli Columbia, in Block
4593'
Commencing at a post planted at
r near 1 mile east of iln- 2* mile
post of the west boundary line ot
Block 4583, and being the N E. corner post ol Chas. Plaice's claim,
thence running wesl Sti chains,
tnence south h'f chains, thence Past
ho chains, thence north HO chaii.s to
point of commencement, making
filO acres, more or less.
Located   this 11 to day of  October,
1911.
A. W   Belden, Agent f* t
Chas. Kiske, LocttOI
Witness:—
Baptiste X Lamerioux
his mark. 4JWt
NOTICE
NOTICK IS HKRKBV OIVEN
tbat thirty days after date 1 Intend
lo apply to the Hon. Chief Commissi'ner of Lands and Works for a
license to prospect for coal and petroleum on tlu* following lands situate
in the District of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block
(598;
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 1 mile east of the 25 milt-
post ol the west boundary line of
Block 4593 and being the S W corner
post of Chas Kiskt's claim, tbence
running north 80 chains, thence east,
KU chains, thence south 30 chains,
thenceweat BO chains to a poBrt ol
commencement, making fllf) acres,
more or less.
Located this 17th day of Oolobey,
1011.
A   W    Beldcn, Agent tor
Chas, Kiske, Locator.
Witness:—
Baptiste X Lamerioux
his murk, tVSt THE CRANBROOK HERALD
SATURDAY   ONLY
BLACK
CASHMERE
HOSE
5 PAIR $1.00
On a Sound Basis
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF
THK ARENA RINK COMPANY.
The annual general meeting of the
Arena Rink company took place last
week, when tbe auditor's report was
received and officers elected for the
ensuing year.
Pho financial statement will be
found below.
Officers elected were:
Prosldent-W. 11. Wilson.
Vioi-lMe.sideni—.1. P. Kink.
Secretary-Treasurer— K. II. McPliec.
Directors—Wm. Attridge aud K.
Elwell.
The shareholders decided to rotaln
control of the rink during the coming
winter season. Tbe rink has been
carefully levelled and is now iu perfect condition, ready for the first approach of frost.
Auditor Nat Harrison's statement
reads as follows:
ARENA RINK CO., LTD.
REGULAR PRICE 25C. A PAIR
Cranbrook Co-Operative Stores, Ltd.
HIGH SCHOOL EXAMS
The following    are percentages    i
marks obtained   by local high scho
students in October examinations:
Advanced Course.
Sarah Palmer—88 per cent.
Sybil White— 85 per cent.
Tom I'eniifalher—S5 pel cent.
Kdith Cren—81 per cent.
Jessie Kennedy—81   per cent
Marshal Barton—(iR per cent.
Sydney Rimer—92 per cent.
Preliminary Course.
I'nth Stevens—Kl per cent.
Kdith Ca.slake—78 per cent.
Wilfrid Dallas—72 per cent.
Helen Davis—1>8 per cent.
Jessie McDonald— 57 per cenl.
Arthur Atkinson—12 per cenl.
Bernicc Fraser—38 per cent.
PIONEER PAT QUIRK
ENTERS   UPON HIS NINET1ET1'
VEAR IN GOOD HEALTH.
Pal Oairk celebrated his ninetieth
birthday on Sunday, November 'ith
Pat has. happily, pretty well recovered fiom his recent indisposition,
which confined him lo the si. Eugene hospital. He is out and about
again, lot king remarkable welt for a
man til bis advanced years and pioi.
eerlng experiences.
it   was    on the  Btls ol November,
IH23. at Cloghecn,  County Tlpperary.
Ireland, thai Pat Quirit first saw the
light of day. During the height ol
ibe famine, in ism, which culminated in tlu* Smith O'llrian rebellion of
1845, Put Culrk sailed for America
ami was in the whole of Ihe Argonaut gold rush to California, which
having expended its force, Pat losl
interest ami headed for Victoria, B.
c. Arriving there he found hut a
Hudson Bay store and a few Indian
tepees. In '88 be Joined the rush for
t'urihto, working on most of the
famous creeks, including Lightning,
Antler ami Williams. March of 'III
toiiml hlm iii Kort Steele, with Dove
Griffith uml the other pioneers of
Wild Horse rush. Since those days
Pat has resided hereabouts pretty
continuously, taking up a farm,
which Ih* recently disposed of nt n
comfortable figure. With this nnd
other sources of wealth, Pat is pretty comfortably iixed to pass his
remaining days in well earned ease,
and his many friends will hope thai
they will lie many, The foregoing is
hut the merest outline of an exceedingly Interesting career, which it is
tlm intention of the Herald to tell
iu fuller detail at an early date.
Slaterville Citizens
CONFIRM     ACTION   OK COMMIT
TEE IN RE WATER WORKS
SYSTEM.
Citi/ens of   Sl.ilfiv.lU* foregathered
on Monday evening   to hear the    it
lort of their committee, ..ppoini-.d t
htcrview the city council ro     watei
works system.
The meeting was called to order
1 p.m. and   Mr. ii, II. Knocke    was
olid to the chair, Mr. Hughes he-
ing appointed secretary,
Plans for the carrying out of tbe
nrrangomcnt, now pending, with the
city, were adopted, steps taken to
collect the -promised cash contributions, and the following committee
appointed to sign all agreements ami
contracts that may bo made with tin
city of Cranbrook: Messrs. Knocke.
Hamilton, Spence, .Slater and Wil
ion, the latter lieing appointed sec-
el ary.
Citi/ens of Sla-tervilli* are thoroughly alive to Ihc possibilities of their
growing community und iu addition
to securing an up-to-date water system, intend Inking early steps to se
cure an efficient electric lighting sys
llllll.
lllll.
Wanes 	
 (361.30
$
:m.7ii
l''Ul'l   	
    18.75
75.00
1,kills al.il
phono   18.95
100.55
insurant-,'
.... 1511.00
1511.00
Interest   ...
  120.20
211.10
Advertising
  102.25
17.50
doners! V.x.
.     . 239.20
180.55
Water   	
25.00
Hand 	
131.00
Taxes 	
08.75
Tl lal 	
 1011.05
$1
,115.05
Itcvcnuo
 1758.00
$1,780.05
Xel  Loss
 1155.75
Set (lain
1
311.00
ASSETS AND LIABILITIES.
Dr.
To tlie sliari'lndders  15,803.75
Ml-.-, payable   3,000.00
I'eisinial neeoiints      121.30
$11,015.05
C'r.
Hank  $    28.70
Ileal   estate   and building, ... 8,057.10
Ofllce furniture ami fixtures.      15.50
Plant, tools      117.20
Organization expenses  :     81.00
$0,200,011
llalanec being   I., and   (1 $185.25
Loss year mo  $155.75*
Tbere Is little danger from a cold
or Irom an nttaek of tbe grip ex-
repl wben lollowcd bv pneumonia,
and tins never bapiieus wben Cham-
licrlain's Cough Remedy Is used.
This remedy hns won Its great re-
piltatlotl Slid extensive sale bv iis
remarkable cures ol ci.lds and grip
ami can Is' relied upon with hie
pli' il confidence, Kor sab' bv all
dealers. 14*11
The AllenJMayers
The Allen Players have already
gained a reputation lor themselves in
Craulieook, aud it is needless to say
that crowded houses will greet them
during their six nights engagement
here, commencing on Monthly next,
November 13th.
Miss Verna PeHon has nlwuj
been a particular favorite with
theatre patrons in the west, and
with the many improvements this
season, the company Is now by far
ilu* strongest ami best stock compan)
in Western Canada. On the occasion of their last visit to Cranbrook, there were fourteen people in
ilu* company. This season there are
twcnly-one.
During their six nights' engagement
hen*, toe company will present six
if the very latest,dramatic success*
es, opening    Wllh tho well      known
iiniii "The I.ion and the Mouse."
A special feature ol the perforinau-
s will he the music which will bc
rendered by the- Koyal Hungarian
String) Quartette. This Is the original
"Merry Widow" quartette ol Henry
\V. Savage's New York company, and
it is positively their first appearance in Canada.
They will supply all the music between acts, ami they have proved ti
be great favorites with the audiences
since Manager Allen secured them,
two months ago.
The seats for Monday night. are
now on sale, and those wishing
good seats should secure their tickets without delay.
a     .—
For pains In the side or chest
dampen a piece of flannel with Cham
heilain's Liniment ami hind it on
over lhe seat of pain. There is
nothing better, For sale, hy all
dealers. 44-tf
A    SIMPLE   TREATMENT  THAT
WILL MARK HA I It GHOW
NOW SOLD IN CANADA.
•Every up-to-date woman should
have radiant hair.
Thcro ure thousands of women wilh
harsh, faded, characterless hair, who
do  not try lo improve it.
lu Knglaml and Paris women take
pride iu having beautiful hair. Every
Canadian woman can have lustrous
luxuriant hair by using SALVIA,
ibc (ireat American Sage Hair Tonic.
Every reader of the Herald can
have an attractive head of hair in a
lew weeks by using SALVIA.
The Cranbrook Drug and Hook Co.
sell a large bottle for 60 cents, aud
guarantees il to banish Dandruff,
stop falling hair and itching scalp iu
ten days, or money back.
SALVIA is a beautiful, pleasant,
non-sticky Hair Tonic.
SICKLY CHILD
Made Well By Vinol—Letters
from a Grateful Mother
New Haven. Conn.—"My little girl,
ever since her birth, was frail and
sickly and nothing seemed to do her
any good until we tried your cod liver and iron tonic, Vinol. As soon as
she commenced to take It, I noticed
an Improvement In her health and appearance. She has now taken three
bottles of Vinol, and from tha good It
has done her I can say it will do all
you claim for It In building up and
strengthening trail and delicate children." (Name furnished on request.)
Another mother of Chicago, 111.,
writes: "I can not say too much in
praise of Vinol, for delicate, tiling
children."
We ask every mother of a frail,
sickly or ulling child In this vicinity
to try Vinol on our agreement to return their money If It does not do all
we claim.
Cranlit'io'. Drug nnd Hook Co.,
Cranbrook, B.C.
knew what they were doing, and
from     the   replies they gave to
(piciies, why they were doing it.
The corps comprises eight men, all
nt whom hold certificates of com
pelency and during the year ot their
existence they have rendered valuable
aid in unite a mimlier of accident
cases in tlie shops, in many cases
their skill being ol such an order as
to rentier medical attention unneces-
cary.
Rvcry credit is due to the corps
for the businesslike demonstration
they gave at the "Y" on Wednesday,
representing undoubtedly a good ileal
of faitufil. practice. We hope that
their services may never he requisitioned for anything more serious
than minor accidents, but should a
serious wreck ever occur on the
Crow, their aid to the medical stall
would l»* invaluable.
We wish them continued success
ami usefulness, and hope that they
may quality for competition for the
"George llury" shield, that is open
to all C.P.R. St. John Ambulance
association branches. The next
meeting of ihe "Lit" will he on
Wednesday, November 22nd, when the
programme will be an address on
the present war /one with blackboard
illustrations.
On Tuesday evening the bowling
club held its first fall meeting and
discussed plans for the fall and winter league. A committee, consisting
of 11. Brown, J. Mllnc, .1. Fulton
and J. S. Tcvt was appointed to
make necessary arrangements for
league and schedule, and il is probable tbat the howling league will he
well under way in another week or
ten days.
SNOW IS HERE!
Y. M. C. A. NOTES
The bi-weekly meeting ol the Literacy and Debating Society department
of the "Y" took place on Wednesday
evening, November 8th. The attendance suftered somewhat from a mim-
her of local attract ions happening on
the same date, Imt thos*' present
spent a« interesting and instructive
hour watching a demonstration of
First Aid work by the hoys of the
C.P.It. brunch of St, John Ambulance association. The proceedings,
which were under the direction ot
vice Capt. W. It. Oihhs, included a
demonstration of fjuick methods of
First Aid as applied to fractured
limbs, and bandaging to stop the
Hi w of blood in eases of severe flesh!
wounds, and from the wuy in which \
the CP.It. corps handled Hie various'
items il was quite evident thut   thej '
LUNN-ABERNETIIY.
Miss Lillian Abcruethy and Mr. J.
K. Luna were united ir. marriage
Friday evening, November 3rd, al the
home of her sister, Mrs. A. Clark,
French avenue. Itev. W. E. Dunham
of the Methodist church conducted the
ceremony* Mr. I.mm is a car inspector in the employ of the C.p.H.
A number of guests sat down to a
wedding supper at tbe conclusion ol
the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Lunn
will reside here.
I The Weather )
I i
| Warns the Sportaninii  tlmt £j
ja tho time for big game limit- ,:
f inn;  in nt  linii'l.
[S     No iluulit some will Illlike g
jg u catch. @
|j     I would like to state that I |
am fully prepared to gi
MOUNT YOUR
SPECIMENS
nsiim   tin'   most   np'to-ilati' 3
j niethn.1.. with tin* solid paper |j
form. Bj
Geo. W. Wilson I
TAXIDERMIST
Hanson  Avenue, Cranlirook jjj
BBEiajaiaiaEEiaia'aiajsjajaiaaiaiaiaa
But
Carss'
Mackinaw Clothing
and
Stub Proof
Rubbers
Got Here
First
You haven't been long around this
neck of the woods if you are not
acquainted with these two lines. It
will pay you to get acquainted with
these goods because they are guaranteed
to give satisfaction or your money
will be returned.
STUB-PROOF
STANFIELD'S
UNDERWEAR
JEFFERSON
RIVER SHOES
WANTED
LIVE AGENTS to sell stoek in
Company incorporating for Patent
Brick, which will revolutionize
modern building construction.
Approved and highly recommended
hy leading architects and builders
in Vancouver. Will realize, bin
dividends. Only responsible parties need apply. Liberal commission.
SMITH & KODUERS
812, Pender Street Wist
Vancouver, B.C.
14'it
WANTED
Uood Bushmen, Sawyers.
Swampers, etc, from t'l W to
$2,75 per day.
Teamster. I35.II0 to $111.00
per month.
Board 7ii cents per day.
Apply—
McLAREN'S SAW MILLS
Blnirmore, Alta.
IMt
Cranbrook Steam Laundry
We are now ready to do all kinds of laundry
work quickly and by the most approved sanitary methods.
1 FREE MENDING tor all gentlemen's nppnrel.
*? Laundry promptly culled for and delivered.
• Watch for tlie announcement of our Formal
OPENING DAY for Ihe Ladles of Cranbrook.
• Inspection of tlie (leneral I'ublic invited at
any time.
• Gentlemen ! Don't forget we sew your but
ton! on FREE !
' CIVE US A TRIAL.  PHONE 55.
Cranbrook Steam Laundry
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The
Palm
McKay   &   .UeKa.ix
Arrange lo meet your
friends here
Afternoon
Teas
,, "
■'   Sandwiches a Specialty    '
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VIC. ROLLINS. Mgr.
Phone : Seymour 71180
Granville
Palace Hotel
ROLLINS BROS., Proprietors
. 1221 Granville Street
Two hundred elegantly furnished rooms. Every modern
convenience. Elevator service. Oafo in conneotion. Rooms
$1.00 per day and upwards.
Up-country visitors to tbe Terminal City will tind every
convenience aud comfort at the Granville Palace, special
attention being paid to their wants.
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•D ii * giiarantreil |>ulli*y. Tlmt in, ^
^ Mtiifftction ifKiiHrmitt't-i! inevery •£
4> reaped.   Tliu -
t Nelson Iron Works*
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-, Writ. then, lor parliculaia. _
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It's   the Same Place
The Place that is Popular
Hood as the Best
Better Ihan the Rest
The Cosmopolitan jj
If you ciiiiu, once,
Vou will enme again.
E. II SMALL, Propbibtob
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THK t
QUEEN'S HOTEL
II. I.. BTM'IIENS, l'roi>.
CALGARY, Alberta
The Hotel with "The Reputation"
You'll get your Money's Worth.

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