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Array THE NATIONAL ADVKHTI.EB
KNOWS TIIK BEST MEDIUM-
II i: lMTilONlZESTUE HEBALD
PROVINCIAL LlBnAR-'A---
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THE CRANBROOK HERALD
A l-Ai-KB FOB TBI BOOTH!. INTEBKSTS OF CHAR-
HBOOK   FOBEXOST   AI.WAT*
VOLUME 28
CRANBROOK, B. C Till IIK1IAV, OCT. 27lli. 1921
NUMBER 35
Discuss Chances
of Labor Man
tfeetiny; on Saturday IHscuwsed
Tros and Coun ot* Entering Candidal-.'
A mooting of Labor men was held
In tho Loggers1 Hall on Saturday ev-
onlng last to discuss tlie advisability
of entering tho the (political contest
m thin constituency on behalf <>r Lhe
Labor movement, mul wns quite largely attended.
Mr, (J. T. Molr nml Mr. W. Henderson ml I'll as chairman and socro-
I it ry respectively-, anil opened the
mooting. Both went inter voted to (lie
otfMoB hold hy them pm lom-
Mr. Sherman, representing the United Mini*- Workers, of Penile, wuh
called upon and addressed the meeting
In n very able iiianiier, stating
Unit tin. labor organisations of that
eity were right in the fight .and ex-
preaod confidence tlmt a Labor candidate Mood an exceptionally good
clmnco in tlie forthcoming election-
Air. Sherman stated thai a representative meeting of the different Labor
organizations in the constituency wan
to be held at Pernie the following day,
Oetober 28nd, and wished the desire
of the meeting in regards to definite
action being taken at Fernie. It was
later decided that tlie Cranbrook Labor men would like to be represented
at a meeting In Fertile when definite
plans were to be made In regard to
a candidate, and while tlie meeting
was still in progress Mr. Sherman
telephoned the Fernie organization to
delay definite action in the matter until Cranbrook could be represented
officially. %
The meeting was then thrown open
for general discussion and several
speakers aired their views' on the
question of a Labor candidate for thia
constituency. It seemed to be the
general desire that Cranbrook Labor
advocates take an active part In the
present election campaign, and that
no matter where a Labor candidate
ASKS BOARD OF TRADE
TO TAK*. STAND ON
NEW TAX PROPOSED
Idea Is Apparently to Transfer
Collection of Personal Prop.
Tax to Local Authorities
It cannot bo aald that the proposals of the government at Victoria to
add a uew tax on to the wage and
salary earners of tho province ls going to be at all a popular one. All
over the province protest meetings
have been held, and endeavors made
to get more light on thu matter, and
to find i hi I jiiMt what the exact nature
of the proposals nre. So far as can
bo ascertained il would seam that
Ui* proposal is to allow the municipal authorities to collect a substantial
-portion of Uu. personal property tax
now in existence, the .province reserving the right to levy in addition an
Income lax, presumably to reach those
Whom it Is felt are nol now paying
any personal property tax.
Tho matter was brought hefore the
Cranbrook Hoard of Trade in a wire
received by Secretary \V. M. Harris
at Uio beginning of tliu week from the
Vancouver Hoard- Thla reads us follows:
Vancouver, B.C.
October 22-28-1921.
W. M. Harris, Cranbrook, B.C.
Vancouver Board of Trade strongly
urges you to vigorously oppose proposed provincial government one per
cent personal proerty tax for thc
reason that it is an Iniquitous and
extremely dangerous nnd detrimental
form of legislation. Proposal is to
levy tax on all merchandise retail
und wholesale, on nil stocks and
raw materials, on manufactures,
plants and products and stocks In
transit, and on personal securities
such as 'bonds, etc. Suggest you immediately call emergency meeting of
your board to consider same and wire
Premier and your representative In
house, also this Board of Trade.
Quick actiott absolutely essential.
VANCOUVER BOARD OF TRADE.
At an executive meeting held on
Monday evening, the matter was taken up and discussed, and the view ex-
aroso from that he would be supported.    Later an    executive committee PreBBcd that more information should
was appointed to go further Into de
tails and to arrange a meeting to be
held this week, which Uie committee
later decided to call for Saturday, tho
29th   at 8.15 p.m
taking     further
bo had on the suBject before attempting to pass on It. The secretary was
therefore Instructed to wire to Hon.
J. H. King and ask for further par-
witii a view to't,c,"IarR of tno proposal. Tine wire in
definite     action.' *+pj$. t0 tllfa request  reads  as fol-
TIiobo appointed to the executive committee are:   Messrs. J. II. Cameron,
I lows:
Sctift  MucDonald,  J-   H.   Huchcroft,
Victoria, B.C.,
October 25, 11)21
Thompson, end tie <;.-.:nu.m. j** M l***"*8' Cranbrook. B.C,
The ty-oifo- ',.■ r't"...i,:in.'vo. Ubori ^™rtok Dosrd of Trade.)
cantata eamV-jn tf . eonf_d«r&fei ■&***■**■■« ?onr*l*PB it lefpfntwued
discussion dud sever:;! pla&B were dls- t0 transfer personal property tax now
cussed, but eventually the matter was! co!lftrl(Hl ■** government to munict-
referred to the executive committee} l"*mi°8 «Wl« t,ien' ri*M to po,,<*,t
who will bring In a report at tbe next! "•» t0 °'10 'uer ceot-> tho government
Are You On The
Voters'list?
RETAIL MERCHANTS
PASS ON PROBOSED NEW
PROVINCIAL TAXATION
V. .1. Bnlm-L-nt, Registrar, Will
Sit I'or One W'-wk, to A (Iti
Names on to List
It Is announced that Mr. A, J. Balment of this city has beon appointed! Registrar for the urban centre of
Craubrook in the coining elections
The  work  which  Mr.  Balment  takes
i> under this appointment is tho addition  of names to the voters' list.
The last revised provincial voters'
list is to be used as a basis for the
Dominion list. This Is the list as
revised this year. Tne It. ('. government, it will h_ recalled, made tne
provision that tlie names of those
) ditl not vote sit any ebDcUoto
were to be struck off Uie list at tlie
noxl provincial court of revision, unless they tnnde application for regis! ration again. This course was
followed tills year, und a number of
nanus were removed from the list-
Consequently everyone should make
.•mro that tholr name ls on at the
present time.
Kr. Balment announces that he will
bo in attendance at the office In the
Hanson Block opposite Uio post offico from Monday, Ootobor .list to
Saturday, November 5th. botli days
inclusive,  between   the hours  of  ten
At a largely attended meeting of the
Cranhrook Retail Merchants' Association held on Tuesday evening of this
week In the City Hall, ii was unanimously -decided that.tlie rule made
by the association at its annual meeting should be lived up to, nnd uo soliciting for any purpose be allowed
among members of the Association.
Uuite a lengthy discussion over the
personal .property tax and the proposed action of the provincial government to turn tiie collection of this
tax over to the municipalities took
place. It was the opinion of the meeting that tho action of the .provincial
brunch of the Retail Merchants1 Association, in opposing tills proposed legislation bo supported.
Tlie Association will hold monthly
meetings, on the Tuesday Immediately preceding the 15th of the month.
K. il. McPhee, president of the Association iias received the following
telegram since thc meeting, relative
to the proposed action o£ the government in regard to the personal property tax:
B. H. McPliee,
President, R. RT. A.
Deputation waited upon Vancouver
City Council succeeded in persuading
them to endorso uny constructive alternative to personal .property tux,
which will relieve Municipalities financially.     Association alternative is
in the morning and ten at night, with
Intermissions for lunch und supper increased income tax as per resolu-
between the hours of 1 and 2 und tio» Passed at provincial convention.
Cond 7 {all locil limo.) | Suggest your brunch Interview your
all adults, with a few exceptions;' munclpolitlea asking them to go on
are c'lglble to vote, .provided they! record as opposed to personal prop-
liave been In tho country one year,' erty tttI a»d favoring Income tax aland  in  the  constituency since  two' tentative.     Please communicate res-
mnnths prior to the date of the Issuance of the writs for Uie elections,
that is to say, tfflcr to August 8th.
On taking the uenessary declaration
they are registered ns being on the
list. For reasons whicli he may consider fit, the Registrar lias the authority to refuse to register anyone,
and In this case, will on request
issue a certificate of refusal, w'llclt
can be taken up later with the county court judge, who will sit as re-
iilts your actions immediately.
* HOT SHOTS ON THE EL- *
* ECTION CLIPPED PROM *
* OUR EXCHANGES
Extructs from letter written by Bri
gadlor General Dyer, of Muniuette,
to tiio Min nodosa Tribune
I think personally that Hon
vising officer   then,   to   revise    the Arthus Melghen Is the best man on
list ns prepared by the registrar-
On the completion or his list, the
Registrar is required to fost three cop-
lea in public places in the clly for
Inspection, before the court of revision Bits. This is (he gist of the regulations covering tho registration of
voters In the urban centres. In the
rural districts tlie same conditions do
. nil' apply an il more tlmo is allowed
for registni.1 ion. The names of tiie
registrars in tho rural districts will
- given out n little later, when tho
list of appointments is completed by
the returning officer.
Losing Support
of Eastern Press
the stage at present to be Canada-'t
prime minister, but I do not believe ln
the principle of protection. We need
a tariff for many years yet. ..
I question his (Mr. .On v. t-'-A.-S ,power
to keep his followers from drifting iuto class legislation, such us lias gone
on fomatiy years, only with the farmers as the under dogs. Also, can
he avoid tiie form iiis of ' aliiunces
whicli would alter his policy? 1 could
not follow tlie Liberals, as they are
led by a man I despise, wlio, instead
of staying to help his country in the
dark days of tho war, went to work
in a foreign laud for gain; und now,
when the sun in shining, comes back
and asks to govern her-
meeting. I rfl8erving right to tax income where
'   A resolution was alro passed to tho j earned.     This should aid the mun-JNTOHMV   SAILING   FOR
effect that the Cranbrook branch of Molpalltl-M "> their financing and    In GOVERNMENT  IN
the Labor movement co-operate with!m(in-v c«*«a *here their finances are, SIGHT  FOR  SESSION
similar organizations throughout the «ood would nllmv w*««tlon on land. 	
riding, with the object or nominating J* H* KINti      The-fwssion at Victoria is still In
and supporting a Labor candidate.     |    rl> to th(t ,,,np of *oinfi t0 Drs8fl ,1U, Itfl early days, but already there have dorlog how Mackenzie King knew the*
The executive hnvo called a moot- further consideration hns been given j been violent denunciations of the go-   were shells.
Calgary Horald:
Some of the returned men are won-
lug to bo held in tho Logger's Hall on
Saturday, tlie SOth iust.. at B.lfi a.m.,
for the purpose of selecting delegates
to attend Uie nominating convention
to ho held in Fernie ot an early date.
Uu. RONNELL EXPECTED
IN CITY THIS-WEEK*
PUBLIC MEETINGS SOON
An executive meeiing of the ('run
brooV National Liberal and Condor-1
Vatlve V M-cialiou. Will bo held to-
morrow oven Ing, Friday, ut the of-
lice of Mr. n. \v. Herchmer, it is
oxpoctod thai Dr! Bonnell, Ml'., lhe
govornmonl candidate Tor lhe riding
»ni be pro-sent, and also Mr. Sherwood   II.'..Inner,   of   Fernie.   the   iii-c-
r-otary for the Bast Kootenay National Liberal ami Conservative A-isociu-
Uiui. Campaign plans will ho ar-
rnuged, uud other matters gone into.
It Is oxpoctod Unit shortly some public meetings will he announced.
Tho local organisation of the government forces has iiikcn committOS
rooms In tho lliiiisou block, adjoining
ihe Dinning .studio, and Hits room will
BhortI) l>c opened with I)   Mni'l-'ailiitio
iu charge
MUSICAL SOCIETY
IS   PROPOSED
FOR CRANHROOK
l! bas been proposod by local enthusiasts fo form a Bojltly for promoting Instrumental and choral concerts as well as a social and musical
dul:
the matter by the executive of (lie  vernment from somewhat unexpected
Hoard of Trade. , quarters.     Messrs. Perry, Hanes and      Halifax Herald:
, __»__  Qpthrle.    Liberal.    Independent  and     An interesting sidelight on the rail-
Labor respectively, from Port Qeorge,  way question is that Hon. Mackenzie
WESTERN CONSERVATORY    North Vancouver and Newcastle, have  King, now opposition leader, became
OF MUSIC OPENS IN CITY    i mado strong protests ngalnst the go- a member of the Laurier government
ON   NOVEMBER   FIRST j vernment on various grounds, and It ■ while theso enterprises   were being
  lis apparent that the position of the  pushed forward.      He helped to put
An announcement of considerable. Oliver government is delicate Indeed, tlie load, of which he now complains
Interest to Uie people of Cranbrooki Premier Oliver now has facing him so bitterly, upon our backs. Hon. Itu-
who aro interested in lhe progress of, the demand for an inquiry into lho dolphe Lemleux was also a vlgoo
tilings musically ts made In tho open-[ Mqnor warehouse deal at Vancouver, champion of tho Grand Trunk and
ing on November rirst of the Western i the allegations regarding the beaver-! Canadian Northern railway carnivals.
Conservatory of Music. Those as- pell scandal of the north, the position , , , . Tho final chapter of the
soeialeo with the new enterprise are Of Hon. Mrs. Smith, who consented | Laurier government's disastrous deal-
Messrs. Loe Edwards and nruce Hob-' to slay out of dominion politics If gi-'jngs with these madly-conceived and
Inson* i ven something more substantial than i recklessly -promoted enterprises w
Mr. Leo Edwards, teacher of violin, the title of minister without portfo- written in the closing duys of their
harmony ami band Instruments, is a llo; Um boor question; aid for mun-1 power,» One of their lust acts in ion
native of Jersey City,  N.J.    He re-j IcipAlltiea;   tho  general   quostlon   of | was to fix the McKenzie & Mann pro-
oolved his first lesson on ihe violin Increase In taxation; the oter-preaentl ject irrevocably on the country by vo-
problem of the P. (J K
told lo Hie list?
Mackenzie Kin? Not Likely To
Sweep Country, Hut Will
Rut her Be Swept
Further proof of the demoralization of the Liberal Party in Ontario
nnd the West is to be found in the
meagre support accorded Hon. W. L.
Mackenzie King, by long established
and influential Liberal journals in
Ontario and tlie Western provinces.
Sir Wilfred Laurier's success In tliese
provinces was due, In a great measure, to Uio powerful and devoted support of the Liberal Press. This is,
to a marked degree, withdrawn front
the present Liberal leader.
Without Party Leader
The Toronto Globe, for seventy-five
years the greatest advocate of Liberalism ln Canada, fs today without a
party or leader. The Globe criticizes
tlie Meighen administration, but hus
never endorsed the leadership of Mr.
King nor suggested1 that ho be Prime
Minister.
Tiie Kingston British Whlfc, the oldest aud one of the most respected Liberal journals in Ontario, has definitely repudiated Mr. King. When the
olecltons wero announced the Whig
declared Its position at once and
gave these reasons for the repudiation
of Mr. King: "About till there is left
of the old Liberal Pajty today is a
solid Quo-bee and a fair representation in the Maritime provinces. In
Ontnro, the party is shot to pieces,
while It wll scarcely be able to count
a follower from west of the Great
Lakes after tho coming elections. The
British Whig does not believe it will
ever get anywhere under the leadership of Mr. King. His political record is against him, nnd his declarations of policy are too nebulous and
shifting." In a recent Issue the Wiiig
declares: "Mr. King has only the
remnant of a party to lead, for the
Liberal party in this country, or at
least the larger section of it is with
tho Union government in the whole
hearted .prosecution of the war— a
good muny old time Liberals in Ontario havo no love for him.".
The Brantford Expositor, another
Influential Liberal dally owned and
edited by T. H. Preston, for many
years Liberal member of the Ontario
legislature, ln the following announcement definitely breaks with the
Mackenzie King Liberals: "The
Brantford Expositor for the first time
in its hlstoiy seems destined to Occupy
an entirely Independent position in a
political general election- Tho position has not been arrived at because
the Expositor has no opposition In
this newspaper field, nor is it dud to
the fact that fn principle It Is any less
Liberal today than lt has been In the
past. It has been compelled, by reason of the shape that the present contest has assumed and by the fact that
while Liberal in tts sympathies this
paper does not feel called upon to
blindly follow Ub party when the latter adopts a course which it cannot
conscientiously follow."
No Support In Capital
Another Important Liberal daily, tho
Woodstock Sentinel Review, Is not
advocating tlie cause of Hon- Mr.
King. The Hamilton Herald, the most
important independent daily In Ontar
(Continued on page 2)
«. n. V. A. OFFERING
FRIZES TO SCHOOL
CHILDREN FOR ESSAYS
"Poppy Day" Will be Observed
Locally Nov. 11; All Schools
Muy Compete for Frizes
Tiio committee of tlie local branch
of the G.W.V.A. in charge of "Poppy
Day" on November llth, when it is
hoped that every person In tiie district will be In lawful possession of
a replica of tlie Flanders Poppy, are
putting up at least two prizes. $10.00
aud $5.00 respectively, for the best
y on the Flanders poppy, written
by the children of the school district
surrounding and including Cranbrook
Tills area wil include all schools from
Klngsgate to Jaffray. It is also the
Intention to offer u prize for tlie best
essay submitted by the local high
school pupils of $10.00.
The conditions attached to the competition are simple. Bach child In any
of tlie schools Included ts to write an
ssay on the Flanders Poppy, forward
all essays to the Poppy Flower Committee, G-W.V.A., Cranbrook, by November 6ttl, who will make tiie final
election and award lho prizes. In
order to give every child a fuir chance
nt tliese prizes it hus been decided to
have marked on the paper Uie grade
in which tlie Child is al school. It
was ut first decided to consider the
nge of tlie pupil us a basis of judging,
but It was thought that it would be
more equitable to tnko tho grade of
lho contestant as the standard for arriving at their decision.
Tho committee wants every child
to write everything that thoy can find
out about the Flanders poppy. Ask
any returned soldier about the floivor
He will perhaps give you the information that will enable you to win the
first prize.
Remember that neatness and correctness will help to decide the paper,
but no good essay will necessarily be
thrown aelde because of a little too
much Ink is on tiie puper where no
ink ahould be.
Complete circular instruction? will
be forwarded to every teacher In the
included arer, so that the children
will have every opportunity to know
what to do.
Tho co-operation of tlie teachers
In the various schools is of course a
paramount necessity, and It Is hoped
to hear of every one of them explaining to their classes some time before
Armistice Day tiie reason for Armistice Day, being made a memorial day
In honor of our fallen hero .-oldier
Saundy's Friend
Talks of The Dr.
Tain Says Br. Bonnell on His
Record Deserves Fullest
Support
G.1V.V.A. ARMISTICE HAY
DANCE TO BE HANDLED
BY G.B.C. X.Y.Z. CLCB
Dear Maister Editor:
Hoo are ye? I trust that ye are
feelln' gey gleg an' frisky, as I am
n.a-.-l. If I was ony better than I
nm the noo I wad be a wee blttle anxious aboot masi'l. alblalns I micht
ionsult tlie doctor, I've aye noticit
hat when a body's julst aboot ln
what I micht ca' an ordinar' state o'
health an' speerlts, he's julst aboot
at his best. An' that's the wey I am
tiie noo. an' gin ye can say the same
aboot ye'rsel, I'll no' be expertenctn'
ony anxiety. Pegs, no. for I ken fine
ye'I! be a'rlcht*
I hevna telt ye yrt o* the ootcome
the bit yilore Geordie MacWhustle
an' I bad the lther nlcht. Aweel, I'U
tell ye noo. It cam' tae pass—that's
a guid auld phrase, ye hae aften seen't
In Haly Scripture— that Goerdie an'
me, wi' the bit bottle between us, had
gotten tae the p'ace whar we were
boginnin' tae exchiange confidetcei.
We wero eij ylL oor selves raro/.
.*.' at ance Qcortlie gat the twtter o'
the cauld has waa sufferin' fra*\ an'
began tae sing. Koo Geordie aa s
rule disna suf'.* uu.y delusion-*., but
whoever '..li nim be could sin? wa*
rue freend o' hii Ye hevna heard
Coord I e sins? .*weei I canna ray—
tae be trut'tf-i*. nn' ye ken I'm aye
tt st—that ye are cny the warse aff
fort Hut tae get doon tne the meat
o' the maitter. as folk say ower ln
auld Dunfermline. There was Geordie
lytn" back in his chair roarin' oot at
Uie tap o' his voice—an' that's gey
high "up:
"The Laird o' Cockpen he's prood an*
he's great;
His mind is tae'n up wi' the things o"
the state.
He wantit a wife his braw hoose Ue
keep,
But fa-ror wi' cooin' is fashlous tee,
seek."
"Geordie." sex I. tryin' Ue turn him
aff. "when dae ye think tlie wlfe'll be
backr
Dell & bit o' me that cares," sex
he, and awa be gaed again:
For the cock may craw an' tha dey
may dew,
But aye well taste the barley bree"
Aweel Msister EdiUr, I'm   Clyde-
ai  tha une of oljht,    After years of
private tuition he entered the Chicago
Conservatory or Music and after the
QgQ of sixteen look up orchestral
work iind iponl somo time with sonic
of tin' bem musical comedies- During
the Great War tie wae aiititanl director nud organ liar of military bonds.
He composes and arranges music nnd
Is   fain I liar   with   every   band   I Ml Tit
bit t why. ting them additional grunts out of the
public treasury.
F0BT 8TBELK  NOTE
I
ment.   Mr. Rdwards is located horc|WaH vory brjK,lt ^ „|0aHant,
and neks for local nalro.inge in gel-j  .     >
ting a limited number of pupils whom
he intends to give the benefit of or-
oheatral work later on, Ho ia a cou-
si'lontioiis teacher and only accepts
pupils wlio wish to study music und
who have a musical inclination,
Mr. Bruce Robinson, toucher of
piano nud organ, haa had seventeen
years experience In musical business
BORN'.— In Cranbrook, on Sunday,
A very enjoyable service was held I October 2Hrd, to Mr- and Mrs. R Kllu-
in tho Presbyterian Church on Sun- j Gensmlth, of Yahk, a daughter,
day afternoon.   The Rov. J. W. Litch """
und Mr. Roper addressed a large and I    Mefl,l»KS of tho Chess Club ure be-
i Interested congregation.   Tlie Hinging'ln* liel(1 ***** Monday evening at tho
{ Y. M. Oi A., and some new talent is
Tho members of the O.B.C X. Y.Z. __   ^^	
Club of this city are taking over theI      _ t , *" ,    ',
entire management of the big dance WT3TH0PIST CHURCH
to or given by the G.W.V.A. in the WEEKLY CALENDAR
Auditorium  on  A/mlstlce  Day, Nov- " "
ember llth.   The association is busy     Slin,1a>' next.—II a.m.-Divlne wor
congratulating itself on the fact that, sIli->*    Subject, "A Study of Ci.r; f-
this aggressive and capable '_lub volunteered to take complete cliargo of
ihis affair, as everything which they
have so far undertaken lias been an
boys, and also why the Haiders W^fbaUL forfcye hein* adjalsted Ue as
mony poseetkms ss the Burlington
watch, but I'm no' bomb-proof. An'
Geordle's rolce was awfu'- It wad hae
bored s hole in bller-plste, easy; sae
without saying' ony mair ue pulr
deluded cblel I gaed awa hame. I
was expeckin' st ony meenlte Ue
hear the Plre Depalrtment teerin' up
the street under the Impression tbat
the fire whastle was biawin'.
The verra next nicht, I keeplt gey
close ue the boose, for my beld was
a wee blttle sair. Likely it was on
account o' the wife's haggis that I
wasna julst as weel as u-sual. I am
gey fond o' bagglfi, an' the yin wife
made the lther day waa mebbe a wee
thing better then ordinar'. Onywey,
whatever the cause, my held wasna
as clear as I wad hae llklt lt Ue be.
I hadna ony malr than settled masel
by the fire wi' tbe paper an' my pipe
when the door bell gaed an awfu'
dirl. It fair frichit me—my nerves
bein' a wee bit Jangly, as weel as my
held bein' sair.
"Gang ott an' see whs's at the
door," I cries oot Ue yin o' the bairns.
"Is ye'r feyther in?" I heard somebody ask at the door.
In a meenlte I kenned wha it was.
I couldna weel mlsuk' the voice of
my auld freend Tom McAllister.
"Come awa' ben, Tam." sez , "Iln
malr than pleased that ye hae geln'
Py ims been adopted .is the memorial
flower.
Facilities will a.so be made to see
that every child In the district has a
small replica of ihe poppy to wear
on Armistice Day. These, if arrange-
ruont can be made, will be sent to every school to be sold to the school
children at 10 cents each. Tliese
flowers ure made by the war orphans
and liomelese clftldren of the war areas of France and Flanders. In every
little dug-out whero once the rats
played In festive humor with the allied soldiers, In every war hut and
every .place where 3 shelter from the
elements can be obtained, the pauper-
ed women nnd children of t'-is devastated region live, and In these humble
shelters the silk imitation Flanders
PpPpy grows, and through the sale of
these same flowers Is most of the
funds ere obtained whereby these un
fortunate victims of a war-mad nil
or's passions can exist, and gradually
return to those conditions under which
they lived so happily before they be'
came tho innocent victims of tlie rav
j ages of wur.
unqualified success in every way. The Quartette Mrs. Ashworth, Mrs. K. H.
Morals." Soloist. Miss Sarvis. 12|UH a cry. sit richt doon there, ye'll
noon—Sabbath School. "HO p.m.— tlt\A that choir raalr comfortable than
Divine worship; subject. "A Strange ordinar', ani_ blng ye'r feet ower the
Fact."   Soloist, Mrs. Arthur Wallace;   feni-jer.    It's a wee blttle cauld Is It
efficient manner in which they put ov
or tlie Hospital and Ambulance Fund
dances Ib sufficient assurance that
the coming Armistice Duy event will
be oue of the best if not the premier
social evening of the year.   Tlie un-
\nyoiio interested In some are re- having been under Dr. Partington of
quested to hand In their names to Mr.
,1. II. Haslam, druggist.
If sufficient interest Is shown u goneral meeting will be called to discuss
the matter and nrrnnge details
the Royal Academy of Music, London
Kngland. Since coming to Canada
thirteen years ago- he has had
organ, piano and orchestral exper
•I fence-    Ho had a class of thirty to
, hands aro brushing up tlieir pet op-
Mr. nud Mrs. (J. S. Macintosh are onings and favorite games.    A series
leaving today for a few days' visit in of ladder games has been drawn up
Spokane,
bolng broken into the ganio, and old  (que scheme of decoration  whicli  It
is planned to adopt in making the
Auditorium on that night represcn-
inilvu of tlie Day and the memories it
forty pupils while In Calgary, Alta,
and while tliere also made   the ac- challenged by the ono below him, and
quaintance of Professor Nidd, late of
Cranbrook. Mr. Robinson Is associated witli Mr- Edwards ln the Western
Conservatory of Music and asks the
Citizens of Crnnbrook for their patronage. Only a limited number accepted and the terms are moderate.
for tho season, nnd proper rules to recalls will be an original feature,
govern such n competition.      Every!    The Association    has   decided
■player has the .right to challenge the make ArmiBtlco Day   their   annual
I layer above   him   unless previously j day and this is accordingly the Initial
Armistice Day Dance to be held tin-
McPhee, W. Shepherd, F. J. Lodge
Tuesdny. S p.m.— Young peoples'
meeting. "High School Night," address by Principal Wilson.
Thursday. 8 P O-— Mid-week ser
rice.
a fortnight is allowed to play the gamed off. The names, were drawn In tho
following order: Chalmers. Harrison.
Williams, McConnolI, Beale. Garrett,
Mrs. Garrett, Weston, Turner, Black,
Staples. Olnrk, Fergle, Barrett, Innes,
Simpson.
der thlr auspices.
It is hoped that each and every
member of the district will endeavor
to make it a point to get a ticket and
be there, or If impossible to be tliere,
buy a ticket from one of the G.B.C
X.Y.!!. girls.
"Ay," sex Tam, "it's nippy, but seasonable. We maun expect the cauld
days sune noo. Eh, man, that's a
hotinie Hmell!" Tam ntlcklt his nose
up in the air a pointer dug at a pslt-
rick, what Is't?" sez he.
"The wife's bskln." sez I, "she's
makin' oatmeal cakea. It wlnna be
lang noo tilt they're dune, an' gin ye'lt
wait a wee, we'll she a cup o' tea."
"It's rale guid o' ye," sez Tam, "If
thc cakes are as guid as they smell
there lsna the least doot o' them bein'
thoroughly enjoyable."
■*•*•■» Mebbe a meenlte the wife cam' In.
Coast papero announce a meeting of Tam gat up oot o* his chair—Tom
the Railway Commission to take place j is gey polite toe the weemln, ye ken-
in tliis city shortly. It has not been - an' sex he: "It's a rale pleesure Ue
learned what the purpose of their \ see ye lookln' sae weel; Mistress Bon-
meeting here would be, however, j nleburn. I thocht It was yin o' tho
though sitings are to be held In the lassies that was comin' ben. I de-
West Kootenay. | (Continued on Page S)
Mrs. Mary Johnson arrived In tlie
city lost Friday from tho Old country,
and ts staying at the home of her
broiler. Mr. Steele. Mrs. John-
Bon formerly resided in North Dakota,
but has been in the Old Country for the
past two years.
NOVEMBER 11 - G.W. V.A. ARMISTICE DAY DANCE -- AUDITORIUM
POPPY DAY - WEAR A POPPY - THE MEMORIAL FLOWER PAGE    TWO
THE      CBANBBOOK      HEBALE
Thursday, Oct* 27th, 1931
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Prices — $5.00 to $100.00
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CIUNBROOK,  BRITISH  COLUMBIA
THURSDAY, OCT. 27th, 1921
LIBERAL LOGIC
A good ileal of Liberal energy is being expended in an endeavor to prove that little or
nothing has been done for the
East Kotenay riding under the
aegis of the present union govern ment at Ottawa; ergo, the
Liberal candidate should be elected. It is lame logic at the
best, and with a little thought
it can readily be seen how this
votfe-catching cry boomerangs
back on the heads of its own
Liberal progenitors.
In the first place, let it be
noticed that there has never
been any proneness on the part
of the Liberal government of
this province to give the Dominion authorities credit for
what assistance they are giving
in the matter of road work, for
instance. Under the Dominion
Highways Act work has been
done on the highways in this
district towards which the Dominion government has contributed very substantially, but
the minister of public works,
or anyone else connected with
the government at Victoria,
has never been known to admit this publicly, prefering to
take all credit Involved and
have it accrue into a falseshow-|
ing for his own department.
West Kootenay, being different
topographically has had more
occasion with its abounding
navigable waters to present
demands for federal aid of a
more spectacular nature, and
bo because the government has
not put wharvcB all round Moyle Lake, Wasa Lake, or
aa it did many other undertakings, both private and public.
ls it not to the credit of union
government that tliese proposed expenditures were cut down
when the war came on? Here
iu truth is proof of the economy
which the government asserts
has been carried out during recent years. Money has not
been spent on vote-catching
schemes. To help win the war
was union government's set
purpose, and the public funds
were used strictly for that purpose. The result is that today
tlie cost of civil administration
is but a trifle higher so far as
the Dominion government is
concerned than ten years ago.
I low does tliis compare with
the provincial government's
record of the past five years?
Bearing tliis in mind, let the
local Liberal argument be applied to the provincial sphere,
lt works out like this: Years
ago, when this district had a
Conservative representative in
tlie legislature at Victoria, far
more money was spent in the
district on public works than
at the present time, for all the
prestige the sitting member is
presumed to have as a cabinet
minister. Therefore, it may be
taken for granted that while
he may be of some reputation
as a physician, he is no use as
member in the legislature..
Fine logic, sure! But at that
more people will accept this
postulate as true than will be
fooled into believing that absolutely nothing has been done
by the federal government for
the benefit of the riding.
Brought down to hard facts,
it all means that some more
personal propaganda is being
stirred up by the opposition
against tlie sitting member for
the riding. It is HQt so much a
national question as a personal
one with many of the local Liberal bright-lights. But the people will judge.
Puritj-iQaaii^.Econont)-
The combination of purity
quality and economy-
lias made Magic BaWnj
*.„Powder the standard*
111 bnkhtg powder of Canada.
Positively contains no
alum or other injurious
substitutes.
Its use insures perfect
satisfaction.
"Costs no more than the
ordinary kinds"
Ut..de in C..iu.ct_.
E.W.OILIETT COMPANY LIMITED
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FRO.lt THE VIEW-POINT
OF
OUR CONTEMPORARIES
Kii-utIIhIi I.tibor Members
And Prohibition
Two Labor members of tlie British
luirliunient luive completed nn Iiivcb-
ttgWion or Uie effects of tlie Prohibition Amoniimeiit conducted by means
of a visit to tlie principal American
cities.
They huve made a written report
to the British Labor Party; lhe controlling finding is: "Tlie suppression
of the saloon Is au achievement for
which tiie American people cannot be
too thankful."
The presages tlle abolition of tho
old-time .public house ln Great Britain,
for, up to the present all assaults by
the Nonconformist Church adherents
iu Great Britain on the liquor traffic
liavo been defeated by the votes of
British labor. Onco labor enters an
alliance with Nonconformists, the public-house is doomed. Such an alliance
.ppears to he certain within a very
hort time—Vancouver Sun.
"TOO MUCH POLITICS"
Securely entrenched behind
its newly acquired Liberalism,
and calm in the thought that
the wheels are now well oiled
financially speaking, the Vancouver World is giving vent to
some heroics that are really
worth a laugh. It points to
the result of the liquor ware
house libel suit, and to the steadily rising din against the government, and seriously avers
that what ails B. C. at present
is "too much politics."
Quite so. Most people will
agree with these lofty sentiments. If ouly such an ideal had
come to the World a short time
before, however, it might have
been sublime instead of recite-
ulous.
There is too much politics in
B.C. There is a whole lot
more in it, too, since the gov
eminent went into power that
was going to take the politics
J out of non-contentious matters
the;and the civil service as well
over by this and other departments.
By legislation, adulteration has been
checked and as noarly afr* possible
suppressed. Tiie capable work not
only continues but Is constantly being expanded and enlarged In scope.
STAR   CAST  IN
8ENJHETT SPECTACLE
"WANTED AT HEADQUARTERS" WILL HE AT STAR
THEATRE NEXT WEEK
Windermere Lakes, it ls no
good, and never can be any
good, and therefore Mackenzie
King should be elected. Great
argument to palm off on to an
intelligent electorate— if only
it would stick.
"Look at the days when Bob
Oreen was the Kootenay mem
Not only that, but the Liberals
themselves deliberately planted
the liquor issue in tliis province right into the middle of
the political ring. They cal
led the tune and the time has
almost arrived when they must
dance to it.
Too much politics!   So much
so that even their own mem
Smashing Combines
The burden of Mr. King's song to
the Maritime rovlnces is that he will
"smash the combines."
That certain combinations of corn-
panics with consequent concentration
of capital have been brought about
in Canada is common knowledge.
Whether Hies-fl huve resulted in undue
profits to those concerned in them,
or in lower costs of production and
lower .prices, lt s not our purpose
here to dscuss.
We aro more interested lu the belated nature of the Liberal leader's
announcement-
The period of greatest activity in
the formation of mergers in Canada
was from 1905 to 1911. During that
period, mergers were formed in the
cement induatry, ln rubber, machinery, canning, the textile in-duBtry, in
piontjgstefel, cotton and in a few other
llntfs,
Tiiey were all formed during the
tlgna of the Liberal administration
aud some of them while Mr. King
was a member of the Luurler government.
Is Mr. King conscience-stricken?
Does he suffer remorse for past sins?
Or does he mean anything at all by
iiis present .protestations
The number of industrial combines
In Canada ls small. The number of
independent small manufacturing
companies h large, some 12,000 in al!.
The threat of tariff revision to a
free trade basis disturbs the large
and strong concerns less than these
small.companies. They would bo thc
first to be put out of business. Smasl:
ing the combines may sound very fine
as an election cry, however Insincere
it may be. Tho .people of Canada
would not be greatly disturbed were
the combines dissolved. On the other
hand, it would be a decidedly grave
day for this Dominion were the
thousands of smaller concerns, giving
employment to hundreds of thousands
of Canadian workers, forced to shut
their doors through the competition of
American product*.—Calgary Herald
If you were a detective.   And loved
beautiful blonde. Not a day over
eighteen. With a baby stare. Wlio
was the "brains" of the crookedest
crooks in Crookdoni. And she (old
you. She was going to make the
greatest "steal" the world had known.
And dared you to catch her. And hIio
went ahead. And only swiped ten
million dollars wortii of solid gold
ingots. And you got out your pocket
micvoiicope. And got right ou the
trail. And before you got to her.
She'd changed her mind- And decided to go straight. And foil her own
gang first And then steal your heart.
What would you do?
Woll, in "Wanted at Headriuarters,"
which wil be shown at the Star next
Monday and Tuesday, with Eva Novak
as the beautiful queen of Crookdom,
tho detective resigns, because, as he
says, "I'm developing a fondness for
tho criminal classes."
This Universal .picture, which Stuart Paton directed from the story by
Kdgar Wallace, Is well wortii seeing,
if only to see how a clever producer,
with a clever star, and a clever cast
can make an improbable story seem
true.
If you ike gorgeous crooks go
iee "Wanted at Headquarters."
Louise Pnzenda, "corn-fed foeauty
of rustic charms," aud heroine of
"Down oa the Farm"; Marie Prevost,
one of the prettiest of Mack Sennett
beauties und cleverest of screen
mediennes; Ben Turpin, cross-eyed
favorite ot fttnidom; James Fin lay-
son, gifted actor of stage and screen;
Bert Roach, a featured player with
the Sennett forces; Billy Armstrong,
character-comedian celebrated lu
Kiiglutui as well ns In the United
States, and tiny John Henry, Jr., tho
diminutive star of two and a half
ye:vre who was "iliscovcred" by Mock
Bennett, are the principals In tlie action of the Sennett five-reel comedy
sensation "Dcwn on the Farm," released by United Artists, that will he
shown at tlie Rex Theatre Wednesday and Thursday next woek.
Teddy, the Sennett canine her»,
and Peiiper, tho long distance descended of a Bengal tiger, ought not
to be forgotten in the enumeration of
the cast.
The plot discovers Louise Fazenda
as tlie rustic daughter of a stern
father who would marry her to the
village Shylock who threatens to fore
close a mortgage on tho farm. But
Louiso has other matrimonial ideas
and they embrace a certain rustic
Romeo (Harry Grlbbon,) who aspires
to a daughter's hand but fears a father's foot. The Shylock has sportive
ideas uud reveals them in hs hone-
niaiiship and his Turkish tendencies.
These latter leads him to the door of
Marie Prevost Uie over-worked but
charming wife of a humble villager.
It can't be said, however, that the
episode, disastrous us it Is to the
cross between Shylock   und   Don Ju
an, cures "Jimmy" Finlayson of his
flirtatious conduct, for he continues
after tho farmer Is daughter's hand
waving his mortgage in the face of
the pretty t hing's harassed Outlier.
How these romantic issues are
brought to u conclusion ln happiness
fur everybody except' FUnlayson, is
the plot's happy burden to tell; and
It tells it ln moods running from wildest hilarity to thrllllngest melodrama.
TWENTY YEARS AGO
Extracts from the Cranbrook
Herald ot this date, 1901
ber," It Is said. "See how much j bars are getting tired of It and
was done for the Kootenays We KcUI"S restive. And the
then.** Whether this ls so or I remedy the government will try
not Is not relevant at this time.
The war Interrupted the program of public works laid out
to employ to better the situation from tlieir own stand
point will be still more politics.
NOVEMBER 1ST NOVEMBER 1ST
Grand Opening of
WESTERN CONSERVATORY OF M^
TEACHING STAFFj
Lee Edwards Bruce Robinson
Violin —- Harmony Piano — Organ
Band Instruments
Only a limited number of pupils taken.
We Absolutely Guarantee Results
STUDIO ABOVE MURDOCK McLEOD'S STORE
PHONE 326
Arrange for Lessons Early
NOKKIM*. FOK POKE
AM) WHOLESOME
FOOD PRODUCTS
A very apparent effect of the work
of tho Department of Agriculture at
Ottawa ls the improvement that has
taken place ln tho cleanliness and
purity of the people's food. Espec-
ully Is this true of thc work .performed by tlj° Live Stock and Health
of Animals branches. Better equipment at the stock yards has been
brought about as well as improved
facilities for transportation on the
one hand and, on the other, rigid Inspection at the abattoirs and slaughter
houses insures healthy and wholesome
meals for consumption. It is impossible to over estimate the value of the
work that is thus being accomplished.
At the canneries also cleanliness and
wholes omen ess aro assured by the
regulations that are enforced by inspectors and supervisors under the
immediate control of the Health and
Animals branch. Eggs and poultry,
under the Poultry division of the Live
Stock branch have been advanced In
public estlmaitton< In by-gone times
householders always had certain suspicions of the eggs supplied at the
breakfast table and used ln cooking.
They usually expected one, two or
three and sometimes more, in a dozen
to prove unpalatable ,and were rarely
disappointed. Today they buy and
cook with confidence, the same is true
ot all other articles of food watched
There is an Increasing demand In
Cranbrook for vacant houses and
rooms.
Tho St. Eugene hospital Is now filled to the limit, und the need for additional quarters is being impressed
upon the management In n most em
phatlc manner.
The trains to Marysvllle and Klmberley these days are -rowded with
passengers. It is evident a good deal
cf attention is bein,? directed to the
new smelter town nf Marysvl"e.
Tho Sullivan company are quarrying stone above the falls on the St
Mary's for the foundation of the smelter at Marysvllle.
On Wild Horse Creek two comnan
les have taken out 96,500 tn gold. The
final clean-up takes place shortly,
and it is expected the output will
reach $20,000.
Hon. F. J. Lascelles, charged with
shooting his Chinese cook recently at
Windermere, was found not guilty at
the assizes, but was committed to the
asylum-
DYED HER BLOUSE      ■	
SKIRT AND A COAT
Every package of "Diamond Dyes"
contains directions so simple any fro-
man can dye or tint her worn, shabby
dresses, skirts, waists, coats, stockings, sweaters, coverings, draperies,
hangings, everything, even if she has
never dyed before. Buy "Diamond
Dyes"—no other kind—then perfect
home dyeing Is sure because Diamond
Dyes are guaranteed not to spot, fadi
streak, or run. Tell your druggist
whether the material you wish to dye
Is wool or silk, or whether it Is linen,
cotton or mixed goods.
LONINft SUPPORT
OF EASTERN PRESS
(Continued from Page 1)
io, and for many years friendly to the
Liberals Ib supporting the government. In the Federal Capital the
Mackenzie King Liberals have no
press support. Other Liberal journals, dolly and weekly, havo broken
with the Liberal Party or the faction
led by Mr. King, until be Is receiving
only substantial support from one
Liberal Journal, thc London Advertiser, and of this nupport thc Brantford Expositor, (formerly Liberal*
Bays, "Our contemporary evidently
has little faith ln the sincerity of the
party which it so ardently supports.''
There could be no truer Index of the
futility of the Liberals under Mr
King than the attitude of the Liberal
press Jn Ontario. In a province that
has over one third the Federal representation the Liberal leader has been
repudiated by practically al the lm-
IK>rtant Liberal Journals.
Nor is hie position on the prairie
much better. The greatest journal of
the West, the Winnipeg Free Press,
has gone to the Agrarians. Another
great paper, the Winnipeg Tribune,
Independent Liberal, ls supporting
the government. In Manitoba Mr.
King litis no press support. He la
little bettor off In the other provinces.
The defection of Liberal press is even
loss In comparison than the defection
-. of prominent Liberal* in these prof-
Jjlnow. j
The Cranbrook Board of School Trustees
PUBLIC NOTICE
1'arcntti are hereby notified that all children desirous
nf entering Ihe Receiving Class will lie required to produce a lllrth Certificate hefore they will be admitted.   -
HV ORDER OF THE SCHOOL BOARD
T. M. ROBERTS,
Secretary.
Cranbrook, B.C., October 27th, 1921.
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Saturday Specials
Fresh Killed Lamb & Mutton
FRONT QUARTER LAMB   ISc
HIND QUARTER I.AMI!   25c
LEGS MUTTON       25c
LOINS MUTTON       20c
SHOULDERS MUTTON   14c
MUTTON STEW      Ill*'
Fresh Killed Beef
BRISKET BOILED       6c
STEWING BEEP   8c
POT ROAST   llle to 12}£
CI lOK'E ROAST BEEP   15c to 18c
Choice Veal Fresh Killed
Choice Roast Veal    15c
Choice Stewing Veal      8c
Choice Pork Fresh Killed
ROAST PORK    25c
SHOULDERS PORK, ROAST      22c
SAUSAGES 2 lbs 85c
PERFECT PORK SAUSAGES  80c
For Saturday Only
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When you get acquainted with our prices you will realize that we sell goods of quality at comparatively low
cost to the purchaser.
DRY GOODS — SUITS — TRUNKS — SUIT CASES
ETC., ETC., ETC.
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Next to McLeod's Store
Baker Street
SMTHEATRE
SEE GOOD PICTURES AND HEAR GOOD MUSIC
WITH EVERY COMFORT
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
EVA NOVAK IN
« WANTED AT HEADQUARTERS **
A thrilling picture showing a Great
Train Hold-Up and Gold Robbery
COMEDY
•• ROMAN   ROM EOS"
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY
William Christy Cabanne's Drama of tho Hour
" LIVE   ANO   LET   LIVE **
Peal urlng Harriet Hammond nnd Geo. Nicholas
Cabanne directed -I'lie Birth of A Nation**
FOX WEEKLY NEWS REVIEW
Showing interesting happenings the world over
Special Comedy
FRIDAY AND  SATURDAY
HARRY CAREY
in
« DESPERATE   TRAILS '
A Real Thrilling Western Play
EDDIE POLO in
4th Episode of  " DO   OR   DIE "
COMEDY
"TOUGH LUCK"
REGULAR   SATURDAY MATINEE   AT   UO Thursday, Oct. 97th, 1921
THE     CRANBROOK     HERALD
PAGE THREE
THRILLING SCENE IN.
COSMOPOLITAN FILM
"THE WILD GOOSE"
Ono of tho most thrilling Incidents
ever screened ia that showing u man
of wealth driving his motor car over
an embankment fifty feet high, resulting not only in lila own death, but
also that of the man aeomnanylng
him. This la only one scene of many
almost us striking which malte up
tho Cosmopolitan production of "the
Wild Onoso," released by Paramount,
which will be .shown at the Hex Theatre today and Saturday.
Tiio story deals wltll tlle love trian-
n'e trcatotl from u new and novel
Btnntltiolnt- IHnnfi .Mnnneiw Is tho
wll'e of an architect aud she becomes
CltAMlItOOK
1.1 Ml  DISTRICT
IIJSTItllT Of FAST K001-KNAY
TAKH  nOtICO  thai     I.     Louis     U-
blonile ,of Wosn, ll. ('., occupation
ininier. Intend to apply for permission to lease lhe following described
lands:—
commencing ut a imut planted 20
cliuhiH north of the Bouthwost corner
of Lot -08-! thoncu west 40 chains;
north ■III chains; easl .0 chains; south
■10 chains to point of commencement,
containing 1110 acres more or less.
LOUIS L-EBLOND.
Date, 22nd October, 1021. 35-43
WATER   NOTICE
(USB AND STORAGE)
TAKE .NOTICE that Tho Consolidate
ed Mining .ti smelting Co. of Canada,
Ltd . whose address Is Kimberley, B.
I'., will apply for a license to take
unci uso 260 second feet "and to store
10,000,000 feet of water out of Skook-
uinchucl. Creek which flows easterly
and drains into Kootenay River.
Tho storage will be located at
ahout 5 miles from CP.R. Bridge at
Skookumchuck. Tho capacity of the
reservoir lo bo created Is about
10.000.000 ft. nnd It will flood about
fifty acres of land. The wator will bo
diverted from the stream at a point
about 5 miles from C.P.R. Bridge at
Skookumchuck, B.C., and will he used
for Power purposes upon tho Mino
described as Tlie Sullivan Mine, Kimberley, in the fort Steele Mining Dlst.
This notice was posted on the ground
. on tho eleventh day of October, 1921.
A copy of this notico and nn application pursuant thereto and to the
"Water Act, 1914,*' will bo filed In tho
office of lhe Water Recorder nt Crnnbrook, B.C.
Objections to the application may
be filed with the said Water-Recorder
or wllh tlie Comptroller of Water
Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria. B.C., within thirty days aftor the
flrsl appearance of tills nctlco In a
locnl i-nvspapcr.
The Consolidated Mlnimr * Smelling
t'o. nf ('anuria, Applicant
By B. 0. MONTGOMERY, Agent
Tlle dale of tho first publication of
this noliee is October 13th, 1921.
,13-30
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Katanga nnd llest Cure. Highest
References, tirnis moderate.
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BiiSD'SLlNIMEKM
.---•lurnxD— .1
,■■-. '*r-,ToCCI!ICMPOSlO
infatuated witli unotlior mun. When
ilasiings, wlio i.s Manners' frlond,
lojirns that hia own wife secretly loves
Allium-™, und llmi. iln; lutler'a wife
hns doped witli Hit* other mun, lie
follows them in Ills motor ear umi utter forcing the mun into his automobile, lie deliberately drives over the
cliff, thereby serving a double pur-
poae—to give his wife freedom from
lilm nnd to Bave lhe honor of his
friend.
Mary MacLaren plays the .part of
lho rom tin tic minded Diana, while
Holmes ii). Herbert Is seen as Um hunhand. Joseph Smiley has the role of
Hustings, who brings peace to all
concerned by uluylng himself uud the
bounder who has been the cause of
troublo. Dorothy ltormird has it delightful role aud Norman Kerry, a
popular player, is seen as the heavy.
Thn ploture is based on Gouvwiour
Morris' story of "The wild Goose-"
lhe sale of whicli In novel form, wus
enormous.
Customs officers    recently    Kelzed
imrcotlC8 lo the value of fL'0,000 lu a
raid on a trans-Paolfla steamer at
Vancouvor. it is significant tlmt the
supplies of habit forming drugs now
come from tho Orient-
SAUNPY'S    FItlEM)    TALKS
OF TIIE I>R.
(Continued frum Pago 1)
dare It's get tin' younger yo are ilka
day."
Oil Tam has u wey wi' the weemlii-
there's no' denyin' that; he has the
atrt o't.
"Noa set ye richt doon, Tammas,"
sez the guid wife, "dlnna fash yersef
tae rise when I come in, we're awfu'
gled tae see ye. Ye'll be gaun tae stey
an' hae a blto wi' us, I'll no' be mair
nor a jiffy In settin' the table."
It didna tak' mair nor ordinar' poo-
ers o' perception tae see that Tain's
bit compliment wasna a'thegither lost
on the guid wife.
"I tak' It rale kindly o' ye. Mistress-
Bonniebiirn," sez the cunnin' Tam,
"twull be a trait tae hae a bit o' gull
auld fashioned Scotch cookln' after a'
the weeks o' hotel fare that I've been
Buferin' frae. I was juist tellln'
Saundy here that the smell o' ye'r
oatmeal cakes wad create a riot am-
ang epicures, It's lane. An' gin tliere
werna eneuch o' them tae gang roond,
I wadna like tae say whnt wad happen, tliere wad be sic a fecht for the
iwssessfon o' them."
"Ye're an' awfu' blether, Tamnms,''
sez the guid wife, pittin' the feenlsh-
lu' touches on the table, "but draw
Up ye'r chair, it's said that the proof
o' the puddln' is fn the oatln' o't."
I declare if she wnsna blushin' like
a lassie that had julst gotten her first
kiss an' been cntched at it.
"An' wbat did ye see on ye'r travels, Tammas?" sez the wife when we
had a' got settled doon ut the table.
"I hope ye enjoyed yersel. Try n bit
0* Uie cheese, it's gey nuld an' nippy,
mnir tasty than ordinar', I gat it doon
at the Cranbrook Trnilin' Company's
Btore yestreen. I hear ye gned as
faur east as Winnipeg."
"Umph, um," 0oz Turn.
Frame** Bread Is OOOI) Bread
His Plea, Cakes and Pastry ar*
made Id a tasty manner which
Invites the most exacting person to call again, at
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Tam is no' what j-e can ca' a brilliant conversationalist when he has
tils moot*] fn' o' oatmeal cake an'
cheese, so the wife, seein' that he
was malr engrossed than a wee, let
him alane until the maist or the oatmeal cakes had gane the wey that a'
slc-llke fare should gang. Ay, there
are warae tiling than a guid Scotch
cake wi' a wee bit o' nippy, aul-d
cheese tae gang alang wi' it. an' a
cup o' -guid Blue Ribbon tae wash il
doon.
By an' by, when Tam an' I were
sfttlh' by the fire again, oor pipes
luntin', an' the reek blawin' up the
lum, yin o' the bairns cam' rinnln' in'
She was haudln* a paper in her haund.
Maister McAllister," sez the wean
gaein' up tae Tam, "wull ye tell me
what thla means?"
"It's something in a foreign lang-
age," sez Tam, knlttin' his broos an*
lookin' gey hard at the thing In tho
,papor. "Na lassie, I'm feart the
meanln' o' that Is a wee bittle beyond me. Alblalns ye'r feyther may
ken mar aboot nor me. he was langer
at the scliulo than I was."
Let's see," sez I. 1 wasna gaun
tae be stum pit before ray aln balm.
"Noo  get mo my speca,  lassie."
Rheumatism?
Or Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago?
The remedy ia limplc, inexpensive, easily taken and harmless,
Templeton's
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Sold Br
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The Lain, run aff an' got the spoca
an' turned tho roadin' lamp tao wliar
tho licht wad fa' ower my Blioulthor.
"This is julst a bit screed that somo
editor body has been writin' on the
tariff question," sez I, "an' the phrase
tliat's tiutlieiin' ye a' is iiaethiu' mair
nor less thuu Fraincb. I'm uo' aayia*
that I'm as gleg noo wi' the deid
languages as when 1 was a cailant. at
tlie scliule, but I hevna forgotten a'
theglther. Tlie phrase as it reads
here—an' I'm no' behint mony wi*
co"rect pronunciation even Uie noo—
is:
'Ketourney noose en noope mout-
onga.'
"Ay. that'll be it. Wlien tlie editor
wote that, be had been dlgressln' a
wet frao his subjeck, an' was meanln'
(ae resume where be had left aif. It
means that we had better gang back
tae oor sheep, for we canna llpjien
tao tho neebors. Thc phrase has tao
be ta'eu in the feegureatlve slnse.
The allusion, I tak It. is tao Uie dancer we're In o' losln' a' oor sheep—
meanln' oor naitural resources—gin
we dlnna Bteek the door against the
intrusion o' foreign goods.
"Noo lassie rin awa. ye ken as
mucklo aboot the maitter as I due ma-
sel. Tam nn' m-b want tae hae a guid
lang crack.
"No, Tam," sez I, when tlie bairn
had gaed oot. "tell me a' aboot ye'r
train-Is." For yo keil, Maister editor,
that Tam had been awa doon in the
prairio country for malr than a
month-   "Did ye enjoy yersel?"
"Oh, It was verra interestin," sez
Tam, "but I was gey gled tao get back
fiame efter a*. The falrmer bodies
are a'rlcht in their ain wey, hut their
ways are no' Uio woys o' a mountain
mon. They aro aye bletiierin' aboot
frae trade, an' lther sic nonsense, an',
aiblius, I got a wee bit tired o' it a'.
Ye ken boo ft Is. At first, a tiling
liko that is fell amusfn'. but gin ye
get ower muckle o't, It becomes mair
or loss wearisome. Aye. I didna greet
when I feenislied my business an'
ram' awa."
"Ye wero sae gled tae fiol hame tlmt
ye cam' rfeht through witboot stoppln'
did ye, Tam "
"Na, I winna say that. Saundy. I
stoppit aff in Fernle, in connection
wi" some business J had thero."
"An wba did ye see In Ferufc? sez 1.
"gin I micht epeer."
"Maist a'bodry I kenned," sez Tam.
"Amang ithcrs I saw the wee Doctor.
He was gey bizzy, but no' sue awfu'
Uirang that he couldna tak' Ihe tfme
tae crack a weo. He's a gey, brisk
wee mon Is the Doctor."
"Yo ken him weel, dae yo Tam?"
Ay, faith, I dao. Naebody kens him
better. It's mair nor three an' twenty
year since I met him first."
"He'a rinnln' a^ain for Uie hoose at
Ottawa," sez I. "dae ye think that he's
gami tao ho elected again?"
"I wad as sune doot my richt tae
my aln guid name." sez Tam. "There's
naothin' fu the warl' tae stop him. He
has a' the requisites that gang fn tae
the nmkfn' o' a gnfd cftizen. an' mark
yo, if a mon (sua a guid citizen there
Is nao place for him at Ottawa amang tho representatives o' the Canadian folk,"
'HARRIET MAMAWND *V"X>
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"Ye are gey loyal tae the Doctor,
Tam."
"Nae malr than lie's beon tae me.
no, nor for that maitter tae a' lther
body wl' wha he's had deallns', professional or itherwlse. He'a no' a
money grabber. Aa a feytlier, an' the
licfd o' a hoose, he'a a gnld mon lae
lila wife an' bairns. Nayther is lie
slow in piitlln' his beat fult foremost
in ony wark that's for tlie guid o' tlie
community; he haa aye (ho open
haund, aye ready an' wullln' tne dae
his share. As for pride, feint a ,prlde
has he, forbye the pride thai gangs
wl1 tlie knowledge o" hia aln honesiy.
Rich an' pulr, groat an' sma', a body
gets a kindly word1 frae the wee Dor-
tor. Nor can the maiHt hitter o' his
enemies truthfully say that he fana a
guid Canadian, or that he iana a
staunch supporter o' oor guid, auld
British institutions. His patriotism
canna be questioned.
"Ou, ay, I ken fine that It no' pen-
orally kenned'that the Doctor was a
Bodger wi* tho best o* them when auld
mlther Britain sent oot her cry for
help tao tho Colonies In time awfu'
days o' war no' lang ,past. He dlatia
say muckle aboot that lilmsel', but
that wlnna alter tlie fact that he saw
'Strenuous service In Qalllpoli.
MOTIIKIH    OPEN
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Vour little one will lovo the "fruity"
taste of "California Pig Syrup" even if
constipated, bilious, irritable, feverish, or full of cold. A teuspoonful
never fails to cleanse the liver and
bowels- In a few hours you can see
for yourself how thoroughly it works
all the sour bile, and undigested food
out of the bowels and you have a
well, playful child again,
Millions of mothers keep "California
Fig Syrup" handy. They know a tea-
spoonful today saves a sick child 'tomorrow. Ask your druggist for genuine "California Fig Syrup" which has
directions for babies and children of
all ages printed on bottle. Mother!
you must say "California" or you may
get r.n imitation fig syrup-
"Kair than that, in tlie days when
tho Tlu' was takln' heavy toll o' the
population o1 the country, Dr. Bonnell
was tried gey hard. I'm pleased tae
say that ho wasna faud wantin'. Nae
fear o' that. Nlcht an' day, week efter week, his een red for the want o'
miickle-needed sleep, I've seen the
wee Doctor, ower bluy tae dae mair
than fling me tho word o' the day as
ho waa paasfn', rinnln' Itere an' yon
wl' his bft black baggie, cheery an'
brisk, gaun aboot his wark o' helpin'
tho pulr stricken folk a" roond aboot
yersel?
"An' noo, ye ask me If I think the
Doctor will be re-elected. Ho winna
if he's left tae blaw his ain horn. Gin
Ills freends dlnna come tae his rescue,
it Isna at a' likely that the Doctor
wull advertise hfmsel' ower muckle^
He's an awfu' pulr haund tae tell
onybody what ho has done. Ay. that's
his warst faut. It isna verra deeficult
for the Doctor tae forget the things
he has done. He juist gangs aboot his I
wark as it comes tae his haund. an'j
when It's ower wi', that's the last ye
hear aboot it frae him. He juist nail-1
urally turns tao the next task, for he's !
aye workln' In his ain quiet wey.
"Wull the Doctor be returned again.!
sez you. Saundy, mon. gin I thocht
itlicrfi.se, I wad gang an' droon matter.
I wad deserve droonln'. An' mind
I'm tellln' ye richt here in ye'r ain
hoose. gin ye dlnna pit in a plumper
for the Doctor, ye'r no' a freend tae
the country that's giein' ye ye'r scones
an' kale." 0
"Dlnna fash eyrsel', Tam," sez I,
"the Doctor has had my vote lang j
syne, but It pleases me weel tae hear
frao ye that he Is a' that I aye thocht
he was. Ye'r bit dfscoorse on the
Doctor has been a rale entertainment,
for there's nae doot aboot the maitter.
ye hae thrown a mlchty brlcht an'
Ideas In licht on the mon's character.
Ay, ay."
Aweel juist at that the bairns cam
")Ay," ser the wee yin, snugglln' up
tae Tam.
"Tbe sweeties are a' sane," sei Tam,
"wull ye gie me a kiss on tick!"
The wee airma were around Tarn's
neck before ye could say wink.
"Weel, guidnfcht, wee hen," mi
Tam. setiln' her doon. "I'm in ye'r
debt noo.   I winna forget."
The balm ran awa, stoppta' for
mebbe a blink at tho door tae drap
Tam a curtsy.
"A bonnie bairn," sei Tarn, "an*
as cheery u she ls bonnie. It's a
gettln' weel on tie bed time tae, sae
I'll be gaun alang maeel. Guldntcht,
Mistress Bonnleburn, guldnicht Saundy."   An' wi' that Tam was awa.
Aweel, Sinister editor, there I ha«
gled ye what I gat frae Tam anent
the wee Doicor. Mony a mon has
struggled through the warl' wi' e
warn character.   D'ye no' think tee
Frae ye'r auld frend,
SAUNDY.
CORNS
Lift Off with Fingers
Doesn't hurt > bit! Drop i Itttla
Freezone" on tts aching com, la-
(Untlr that corn (topi hurtlni, thu
In, a* roatly for their bed.   tae   say I tt^rtirjtm lift it right off wltb tint-
guldnicht.    The youngest yin. that's
oor wee Jeannfe, thinks the warl' o"
Tam. Siie climbed up on hfa knee,
lauchln' lntae. his een.
"Weel Chlck-a-blddy,"    sez    Tam.
"aro ye gaun tae ye'r bed?"
era.  Truly!
Your druggist sells t tiny bottle of
"Freezone" for a few c»nts, sufficient
to remove every hud corn, toft corn,
or corn between th* toes, and tht cal*
lusses, without iortaMi or Irritation.
The Vital Issue
" What mt have to decide it this—Are wt going to continue tht fsnttctht
system of this country or art we not T That is tht question ami At is
tht whole auction. And the great, big, necessary thing is that every voter
in this country from the Yukon to Halifax knows that ihis is tht atmtion
ht or tht is deciding when he or she rotes in this great contest."
-ARTHUR MEIOHBN
THB vital issue in the coming election—
in fact, the only issue—is the Tariff,
and to every clear thinking Canadian
It should be readily apparent that a Protective Fiscal Policy Is absolutely essential
to stability, progress and development
Every Important country in the world
upholds Protection as an essential economic principle. Even Great Britain—so
long the stronghold of Free Trade—has
now adopted laws that constitute Protection of the most effective kind. In fact,
the present policy among most natioAs is
towards raising their tariff walls, not lowering them. In the face of these facts it
would be suicidal for Canada to do exactly
the reverse and discard the fiscal system ,
which ha* been responsible for its progress
during the past forty-three years.
Free Trade would mean death to Can*,
adian Industry. It would also result in
the immediate closing down of Canadian
plants of foreign firms, with consequent
additional unemployment. There are to-day
SS0 American factories alone in Canada.
Similar proposed ventures would be abandoned.   New capital would refuse to come
to a Country lacking adequate protection
and present industrial enterprise would be
promptly strangled by foreign competition.
The preservation of the home market by a
Reasonable Protective Tariff Is vital to
both city dweller and agrarian alike—now
as never before. More capita] ia urgently
needed for the development of Canada's
enormous resources, which will result In
a lessening of unemployment and an to-
creased population. More work and more
workers will produce an enlarged home
market ftr products of both city and ttrrn,
and the exodus of; Canadian man and
women—and the dollar* they earn—will
be precluded.
The United State* ha* slammed her Made
door in the face of Canadian fcmwr* by
adopting the Fordney Bill, and th* farmer
is consequently now even mora i
upon the home market than in tba pi
Yet Crerar asks you to daatroy that
market by voting for Free Trad*.
King's policy—if he bas
in the destruction of the Tariff.
mak
Meighen (lands four square for Reasonable Protection - Protection for all
tha people—and asks for an overwhelming mandate to give both Industry
and agriculture that assurance which will spell prosperity for all Individual prosperity depend* upon National prosperity. Your personal lutsiest*
and Canada'* very existence hang upon your vote.
Tb* National Lib-rml and Con-r,atlT. Party PttMktty OnMailln PASS FOCB
THE     CBANBBOOK      HERALD
Thursday, Oil. 27th, 1921
The following Is a list of tho oro
received at Trull Smeller during the
period 15th to 21st October. Inclusive:
Company mines   V'Ji'-l tons.
DANDERINE
Stops Hair Coming Out;
Thickens. Beautifies.
UOrE-l'lUNCETON 11(11 "I'D
Kill I'HOV. HIGHWAY
NOW SEEMS "iSSUKED
*#«
-15-cents buys a bottle of "Dander
ino" at any drug store. After ono application you can not find a particle
of dandruff or a falling liair. Besides, every hair shows new life, vlg
or, brightness, more color and abundance-
Thoro is every Insication now that
tho proposed Hope to Princeton highway will be started before many
months have passed. Following a conference between Mayor Gale of Vancouver and Hon. J. II. King, minister
of .public works, at Victoria lust weekend, it was annouueed that the official
sanction had been placed on liie project by the minister.
A couple of weeks ago Dr. King. In
company with District Superintendent
Gwyer, made a thorough inspection
of the routes between Hope and
Princeton, nnd selected the old Dewdney trail as the most feasible. Mr.
Gwyer returned to the district and
prepared a complete report, whicli will
he submitted to the Legislature.
Should the house approve the government's proposal next spring will see
work commenced on whnt should
prove the most important highway in
British Columbia.
Krom Hope lo Princeton over the
Cleveland survey is a distance or 90
miles, while the old Dewdney trail
measures only 68 miles between those
•points. Tliere would bo eight miles
of heavy construction anfl not more
than 20 miles of difficult work in tiie
entire stretch.   The old Sapper road
would bo utilized or n distance of
25 miles, and thc Cleveland survey
followed for tho last 10 milea into
Princeton,
A definite announcement of tbe
early commencement "C the work is
expected from Hon. Dr. King within
a few days.
IIIE   WEATHER   BULLETIN
Official thermometer readings at
Crnnbrook-
Min. Max
Oct.   20       45 53
Oct.  21     81 51
Oct.   22       19 45
Oct.  23       16 46
Oct   24       31 51
Oct. 25   34 44
Oct.  20     35 46
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CONSTIPATED
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Ca^earets, then tho headache, dizziness, bad breath, and stomach misery
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i:n(um:ek langley
im.pokts favorably on
local iron deposits
A Thrilling Story of
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JACK-CONWAY
A. G. Langley of Revelstoke, llu
provincial government mineral inspec
tor, paid Creston an official visit recently and in company with G- A. M.
Young bad a look over the group of
40 claims which Uie Canadian Pacific
Railway is largely interested in at
Iron Mountain, and on which considerable initial development work lias
been done, the analysis o[ the ore
showing it to he a very high grade
hematite. Mr. Langley had no hesitation in sayinig the property Was
the most likely looking iron deposit
he had seen lu the province, and his
report following that of mining engineers wlio had .previously examined
tho property will likely lead to development on a much more pretentious
Bealo. A few mouths ago the company secured the right to lake wnter
from lho Goat river stlfflcleni for mining operations ou a large scale. The
British Columbia Iron Co., Ltd.,
which also has quite a number of
claims in the same area is likely to
bring in a diamond drill in the spring
tu thoroughly determine tlie extent
of tho oro body In their holdings.
"LIVE AND LET LIVE"
MTIKRIMJ DOCUMENT
One of the most appealing features
of "Live und Let Live" William Christy Cabanne's powerful Koborlsou-Co!c
producton to he scon at the Star
Theatre Wednesday and Thursday
next. Is the huiminucss of tlie characters which move throughout tbe
story, There are no "movie" or fictitious types; no (lurk, smirking vil-
ians "still' pursuing," no curly-headed
strong-nrmed heroes or simpering,
sobbing little ingenues. There are instead the simple, kindly folk one
meets In every-day life.
Indeed "Live and Let Live" Is a
production which, from every angle,
bespeaks sincerity and genuincss.
Written and directed by William
Christy Cabanne himself. It shows
how very often well-intentioned people may through perjudice and bigotry Involve not only tlieir closest
friends and relatives but also themselves in heart-breaking tragedies.
'-**'-&£, jffiti&ifZ^
Thaws HddiM
... «»._n« rrom V
Sacred and Profane Love •
A Pcirajnount Picture
At the Hox Theatre on Monday and
Tuesday of next week, October
31 and November lst.
REQUEST OBSERVANCE
OK TWO MINUTES'SILENCE ON ARMISTICE DAY
OTTAWA.—In compliance with tbo
request of the British Colonial Offico, |
the Canadian Government will shortly
A BOUQUET FOR
OUR CONTEMPORARY
issue a proclamation calling upon all
Canadians to observe the two minutes
of silence from 11 o'clock in the forenoon until two minutes after, on Friday, November 11, the anniversary of
the actual signing of the armistice.
Special commemoration ceremonies
will be held Monday, November 7, as
provided by the act passed at the last
session of parliament. The two minutes op silence will be observed on
November 11, in order to make this
mark of respect to those who fell, and
in memory of the ending of the war,
uniform throughout the Empire. - As
usual, all movement will cease for
the period, including ships and trains.
Tho ceremonies on the legal holiday,
November 7, will be under the supervision of local patriotic and soldier
organizations.
THE confidence which is
universally reposed in the
Sun Life is proven by the fact
that the Company now has
Assurance in Force to the
amount of over
Five Hundred Millions
SUNLIE1
C«i?aot OF GANAM
Head Op«CE^Montrbai.
Editor Sullivan of the Cranbrook
Courier expresses surprise and chagrin that Dr, Bonnell, M.P., should
have received the support of ten dole-
gates from the Columbia district in
the recent convention. It is little
wonder that he and bis bunch of Liberal manipulators should be surprised. A long underhand campaign of
vlllification to undermine the Doctor
had been carried on both in Cranbrook and Columbia, and they were
very much surprised when tlieir plans
fell through.—Fernie Free Press.
A NOTABLE EVENT
IN CANADIAN
LIFE INSURANCE
MARTIN BROS.
District Agents
Sun Life Assurance Co. of Canada
CRANBROOK
B.C.
BIG ATTRACTION AT THE STAR THEATRE  ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY  OF THIS  WEEK,  OCT.  28-29.
r
WE ARE BUSY
lleniid business lias Bhov/n a very gratifying Increase
since the present proprietor took over the business on his own
account. Every week tells its story of increased prestige
gained, especially In connection with the commercial printing end of the business. Within the past two or three weeks,
for instance, eighteen thousand envelopes have moved out, and
more are now in the process — and this is only one of the many
lines of printed matter the plant is handling. The Herald's
business service, together with its straightforward one-prlce-
to-all policy, is making new friends in all directions. We are
keeping busy, but—
WE ARE NEVER
TOO BUSY
to give the best of service al nll times. Being busy Is no excuse at any time for reducing the raallty of printed matter.
You are assured at all times of getting a high grade product at
a reasonable price at the Ilejald office. Give us a trial with
anything that can be printed. You will remeinb<— the quality long after the price Is forgotten.
We Supply Printed Matter For All Purposes-Business or Social
AND GUARANTEE TO SATISFY.
SAMPLES AND PRICES SUBMITTED  ON REQUEST
NOT ALWA YS THE CHEAPEST—BUT ALWA YS THE BEST
1
GAe Cranbrook Herald
■^W^r**-;
t
P. A. WILLIAMS, Manager
Phone 18
CRANBROOK, B.C.
•j
Mr. WIIFKO
AMY
writes: "On Acli vfl service wltll lhe
K F.C IcontrnctedpiIcs//iM»-iJ/i
slcc/intA! on (i(tt)tp grattttd.
Treatment by tlie M.O. brought
no relief and various " pile remc-
ilie-*" I tin d proved equally hope-
lee-;. Shortly after my discharge
frnm the service a friend strongly
nt)vised ma 10 gel Zam-l-uk. One
box ol tbe halm brought such
benefit tiiat I determined to continue thc treatment. In a few
weeks Zam-Buk caused the piles
to completely disappear. All
oilier sufferers should know of
ihis wonderful herbal healer."
Uw ZAM-BUK tar all »«ir Skin it-cubic
Sun Life Passes 9500,000,000 In
Canadian   Life
Insurance
The Sun Life of Canada haa now
on its books over five hundred million dollars of insurance in force-
This largo total means, of course,
that the Sun Life Ib to be reckoned
among the great life insurance institutions of the world and its .passing
of the half-billion-dollar post Is a
notable event in Canadian life insurance history- Competing with other
great and powerful life companies in
various parts of the world, tho Sun
Life has during recent years been
placing very large and increasing
yearly amounts of new business on
its books. The record of its growth
in business in force In ten-year periods shows a phenomenal rate of development which has marked the last
twenty years. Founded ln 1865, the
business ln force In 1872 was $1,064,-
350.
The end of 1921 will Bhow a total
business well ln excess of $500,000.-
000. It must be a matter of pride to
all Canadians that the Dominion, with
Ub meagre population of roughly nine
millions, has developed a life Insurance company of such size, a tribute
to the aggressive, progressive, qualities which have marked its management combined with an unbounded
confidence In the company on the part
of the public. The assets, which at
tlie end of 1920 were stated at $114,-
839,444, have now increased to more
than $125,000,000.
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-fftetftotugt Cftnrcl)
SUNDAY NEXT
Preacher — REV. R. W. LEE.
Morning Service 11 a.m.
Subject—"A Study of Christ's Miracles."
Sunday School 12 noon
Evening Service 7.30 p.m.
Subject : "A Strange Pact."
A hearty welcome to all.
WRIGLEYS
favour '-asts
^■i Thursday, Oct. 27th, 1921
THE      CBANBBOOK      HEBALD
PAGE    FIVE
Carroll, Man. July 18tht 1920.
Mrs. Almas,
Saskatoon, Sask.
Dear Madam:
Am pleased to say that I found good
results with "Hepatola," paslng a
good many stones In the way ln which
you referred to. It ls ull you claim it
to be.
Respectfully yours,
Wm. J. McNeilly.
I'KOFKSSIONAL CARDS
mi'i.e rimno __.lt;    l'.O. Box 833
Kin. l'liune 210
B. A. MOORHOUSE
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J t to ti, i in r> ii.m. .snts. t to l. I
Ors. (Jri'fii & HacKlnnan
I'lij-tptiiuti anil Surgooun
Office- at  residence, Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICE HOURS
Forenaong   9.00 to 10.00
Afternoon.  100 to   4.00
Evening! T.10 to   1.10
Sunday   1.30 to   4.S0
ORANBROOK, 3.0.
OR. F. B. MILES
DENTIST
Office In Haneoo Block
OFFICE HOURS
9 to 11. a.m.
1 to    5 n.m.
CRANHROOK,
B.C.
V. M. J1ACPIIEBSON
Undertaker
Phone IM
Hurhnrj Aie, text te City Hsll
M O JJ U JI E N T S
CAMrin:i,i, & BITCHIE
HOSCMENTAL CO.,
Successors to
Koot. Granite & Monumental Co.
General Slone Contractors nnd
Monumental Works
Front St., Nelson. P. O. Box 865
FOR PAINTING
~AS!>-
PAPER HANG INO
It*,
Telephone
I JOHN GARD
Phone Xo. 409
Cranbrook,   .    .    . B. C.
GLORIA
Swanson
in Elinor Glyn'8
'The Great
Moment*
Special Attraction coming to the Rex
Theatre soon — Watch for dato
Ask Govt, to Modify
Present Liquor Act
A. B. MiiiiIiiiimIiI States Case lor
Breweries Before Govt.
I.hsI Week-End
(1IRI, HEM'S POLICE
CAPTURE (UN,*: HEAD
NELSON -BUSINESS COLLEGE
I.EAltN TO EARN'
l'rjictinil ('iinuni'ii'liil Come In
Shorthand, Typewriting
lliinkkcpiiing,  CemmercUiI  Law
l'enmanshlp
Spelling
('unimerrlal English anl
UAV   AND   NIQHT   C1.ASSES
Tur I'.n luiilm- A|i|il)' In
t*. tV. TVI.ER, rrhuliml
I*. O. Bex, It, Mi'tnon, B.C
lOlK.I'S AMI SOCIETIES
I ItAMIItllOK
i Aim Ens* institute
llegular Moetlng
st'CIIMl  SAT.'KIMT  et eaek
i:> mil, nt ! p.m. In tlie VII; Hall
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Knell In the
l-irlih Hull
afternoon of
tlmt Tueidty
at 8 p.m.
1'i-oh:   Mra.
I'onstnntine
Hoc irons: Mra. a. Taylor, - - Boi 268
All ladlea co-dlally Invited
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
t'raatmak, B. ft.
HeeU ever*/ Tueadar at I p.m. la
the rratenltr Ball
K. A. Hill, CO.
H. L. Harrison, K.R. & S.
F. Kummer, M.P.
TlilUni brethren cordially la
vlted ta attend.
I.O.O.F.
KEY CITY LODGE, No. 48
Meets every
^Monday night at
    Clapp'a Hall.
Sojourning Oddfellows cordially
Invited.
F. O. Horrla.W. M. Harrli, P.O.
Noble Grand.        Rec. Bae.
Chas. McNab had a couple of ribs
broken on Sunday last when his car
upset while making a sharp curve be-
low Elko, Mrs. McNab, who was also ln tho car, was not Injured, although all the upper works ot the
boat were badly damaged.-— Fernie
Free Press.
Fred Belanger and family, who
have been residents here for the past
four years, left on Monday for Lum-
berton (Wattsburg), where they will
make their home In future. Mr. Belanger operated here ln the cedar post
and pole lino the first two years of
his stay in quite an extensive scale,
but lately has been employing his
teams at any contract work that was
offering. —Creston Review.
ASPIRIN
"Bayer" only is Genuine
Warning! Take no chances with
substitutes for genuine "Bayer Tableta
of Aspirin." Unless you see tht name
"Bayer" on package or on tablets yon
are not getting Aspirin at all. In every
Bayer package are directions (or
Colds Headache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Earache, Toothache, Lumbago
and for Pain. Handy tin boxes of
twelve tablets cost few cents. Druggists alao sell' turgor packages. Made
In Canada. Aspirin is the trade mark
(registered in Canada), of Bayer Manufacture of Mono acetic-no ides ter of
Snltcytcacld.
BAPTIST CHURCH
PASTOR  W.  T.  TAPSCOTT
SUNDAY NEXT
Rev. J. Vi. l.lloh will preach
ll.iio a in.
list."
"Why am 1 n Pup
il.'.00 noon—Sermon to children, subject,  "Flowers."
7:10 p.m.—"How 1 Come Out
of Skepticism."
KviiUKellstlc niectlnRS Monday and Tuesday evenings 7.45.
Meetings of the Puiitlst As-
sociiitlnu Woilnestlay nnd Thursday.
YOU ARE WKU'OME
BRITISH
COLUMBIA
DOES
LEAD
A-dgfel.*!
[.? Wi
Hilk:
We believe thero ls not a
citizen ln British Columbia who
would admit that any other spot
In Canada had such a high
standard ot dairy herds. Certain cattle breeders may have
Individual herds as good, but
nowhere are thero aa many
which rank so high. Pacific
Milk Is the only milk put up ln
British Columbia, which accounts for tho uniform high
quality.
PACIFIC MILK CO, LTD.
N8 Drake St., Vancouver, B.C.
ItetorlMaUtlMtalarl * liter
Britisli Columbia brewers laid tlieir
cards on the government table nt a
meeting with tho executive council of
the government last Saturday at Victoria and pleaded for the enactment
of new legislation that would permit
the salo of beer hy the glass. The
brewery interests wero represented
by A. B. Macdonald. K.C., formerly of
this city.
"Wo liuvo nothing to roneeal," said
Mr. Macilonalil. who staled tiiat Ilie
men whom he represented Bought for
similar legislation to that prevailing
iu Quebec.
If followed to the letter this would
create a policy whereby hotels, restaurants, steamboats, dining cars,
clubs and grocery stores would be enabled to deal In the amber fluid under
government .permit.
Tho question of sale of beer at fairs,
slimmer resorts, racetracks, or the use'
of lt at banquets or other gatherings
would be left lo the discretion of the
commissioners in charge of tlie liquor
business.
"The brewers in British Columbia
have an investment here of at least
15,000,000," ho said, "and it is unnecessary to add that this is a very
great asset to the province.
"Prior to June 15, 1921, breweries
had been selling beer to the wholesalers at $20 a barrel; since that time
there has been a $3 tax eliminated,
which would make the price now, if
similar conditions prevailed, $17 a
barrel. The breweries, however, are
selling their products to the government at $14 a barrel, hut despite that
fact their business has fallen off 80
per cent. That is to say these men
are doing only 20% of the business that they did .prior to the passage
of the Moderation Act.
'Unless some change is made in the
methods of distribution every brewer
in the province will be bankrupt.
'There Is at least $500,000 going
out of the province every montii to
foreign markets for the purchase of
hard liquors. The brewers that are
here this morning have all their interests in the province, employ our
labor and use the products grown
here, are are therefore entitled to
some consideration," he said.
As the situation is now, all tho venders' stores nre cluttered with beer,
although they are selling a comparatively small amount. Eighty per cent
of the space therein is given over to
beer stocks.
"The handling of it runs into a large
amount of money.
Should you allow the breweries to
sell to permit holders wbo In turn
would retail the commodity, your vendors' store overheads would be de-'
creased at least 50 per cent.; the government would derive a much greater
revenue than it Is doing at present
and there would be more temperance
in vogue than under prevailing conditions.
It is harder to obtain a common,
plebtan drink today than it is to get
hard liquor! the result Is that the
consumption of hard liquor is greater
than it should lie. We suggest tlmt
the government bare a complete check
on all places operating under a permit and have the right to audit the
books of the breweries at such periods
ns they might elect. Breaches of the
law to result in any penalty that
might be deemed proper and the co-
Dpbratlon of all to really support temperance.
"Tho licensing or clubs, with proper
regulations, would be infinitely better
than the way Ihey are running now,"
continued Mr. Macdonald. From a
copy of portions of the Quebec Act
submitted it ts suggested that the
tariff retailers would have to pay
would ho as follows:
"A Daughter of the Law", an absorbing story of the thwarting of a
notorious crook gang by the little
daughter of a police Inspector, is the
interesting feature this week at tlie
Star Theatre. Friday and Saturday.
Carmel MyerS surpasses her previous
successes in this new Universal photo-
drania, which Jack Conway directed,
It Is an adaption by Harvey Gates of
Wiuls wort it Camp's Hed Book story
"Tlie Black Cap," nnd waa filmed at
Universal City. Charles Arllng, famous on stage and screen, is seen at
his best in "A Daughter of the Law,"
in the role of Police Inspector Hayes.
Arling's human characterization
proves the worth of bis dramatic
years with Francis Wilson, Henry W.
EJavagl and tlie Shuberts.
Fred Spalding returned from Calgury and Banff last Sunday, wliere
ho and Mr. Baalim, (if Lethbridge,
had been to interview the Boards of
Trade on ilie business of the new
Tourist Association. He reports good
meetings at both places and expects
they will Join up. He left on Wednesday afternoon in his car for Nelson, Trail and Ross lum) to get the
necessary pictures nnd data of these
places for tho new booklet.—Fernie
Free Press.
IF STOMACH IS KAII
LET WAPKI'NIX KM)
GAS, INDIGESTION
Victor!*.—A shipment of 2,000,0.00 j
feet of spruce und hemlock ls Ming I
prepared for San Pedro by the Whalen i
Pulp and Paper plant on the west j
coast of Vancouver Island. Spruce is j
selling well in the south as Its light-I
ness is appealing to the builders.       [
Edmonton, Alta—With the season
fast drawing to a close announcement |
has been made by cffhials ot the Edmonton Land Office that tho past
spring and sumni'j* have witnessed
the staking of oil-cluims in tlie Northwest Territories, covering an area of
approximately 600,000 acres. Recently
the staking of oil claims has been
small in number.
HERB'S a real thriller! The best
ever since its director, Stuart
Paton, made "90,000 Leagues Under
the Sea"-the stirring drama of a
daring woman who stole a whole ex*.
press train, carrying ten million dollars
in gold—but who couldn't keep a
certain young man from stealing her
heart, even though he'd been sent to
say that she was wanted at headquarters* See bewitching EVA
NOVAK play this rousing melodrama
ind you'll have enough excitement to
last you for a week.   Don't mist it
Patricia. Alberta—This town Is a
standing testimony to the value of
irrigation in Southern Alberta, Two
years ago its site -Was unbroken prairie and Its outstanding laud virgin to
tho horizon. Today there are twenty
thousand acres under cultivation In
the district directly tributary to the
thriving settlement which has most
civic Improvements and advantages.
COMING TO THE STAR THEATRE ON MONDAY AND TUESDAY NEXT
SHAMROCK AM)
MAPLE LKAF
ON LAKK LOUISE, ALBKIITA
Tliis lako is God's best picture; that
Ib why
He hung it on the mountains at tho
sky
And i_et it in so beautiful a frame;
Art galleries of heaven have none lite
same,
/ud fr. the clouds the angels   of, a; -
pear.
Cities. Towns; Rural
Restaurants ...... $300       $300       Nil.
Dining cars   $100       $100       $100
Steamboats     $100       $100       $100
Clubs     $400       $400       Nib
Hotels — Over   75,000   population,
$600; under 76.000 population, $300.
Premier John Oliver, in replying to
tbe delegation, recalled the fact thnt
when the government was faced with
tbe necessity of drawing up a liquor1 Within her hair shade had begun
act thnt they deemed It advisable (ol    To have a dwelling made,
leave It to the Legislative Assembly.! But, angels brushed it with the sun
as the members, coming as they would j   And made lt sun and shade.
be, right from tho people nud with ■
SPRINGTIME IN IKEI.ANI)
A wavy lake of freshest green
Drowns all the sombre of the leas.
Pale cowslip fingers on the hills
Give fragrance to    each    passing
breeie,
The pearly hammers of the showers
Beat velvet leaves out on the trees.
HEB PRETTY HAIH
BROKEN BLOSSOMS
tbe views of their electors in mind, I
would be better able to cope with the1
situation. j PerliapB the fiowers of ])eave   are H)
"The question was   thrashed   out j       ,^e f|ower8
very fully at that time." said the Pre- -m,,i »,„„„ „«, %,,..,, _      .   ',
*      *                                          I That here at birth were broken on
mier, "and I do not know if (here are] ^e »roUnrt
any of the members who. have cli,».ed, Perhaps ,„, „_;__ ., „.._._
their opinions since.   I have attempt-1 -_ hours
ed to keep this thing from becoming | Thftt hwe we oftM
a matter of party politics.   The gov-i „ found
eminent, in my opnion, will have   to;    •vhaea __•__.«___-____ . ,
... _.._._._.__ , ____.    ,   I    *»•*• are verses taken at random
by
be guided in a very great measure hy (from Irish "and Canadian Poems
the wishes of the Legislature
Tho Premier's reply settled the conference and the meetiug adoumjed.
Thero is little doubt but that the
thing will be brought tip on the floor
of the house, and just who will be
Michael A. Hargadon, with introduc
tion by George H. Ham. the veteran
Canadian author and historian of the
! Canadian Pacific Railway. The book
which is beautifully Illustrated is published by the Modern - Printing Com-
sponsor   or the bill is as yet   only,pany( 39 ^ street „ »
problematical. |1-00      t f « '
The feeling on the inside is that the mended by many literary "ants Rhs
government does not wish to take re- cannan, Arthur Stringer Robert J
sponsibility for the measure, while c. Stead, Rev. J. B. iSLd and £
not voicing any serious objections   to the ^^ ^^   ^ ^ *
it, and that the opposition prefers to L number of ^ t0 tt   Cfl
make it more or less of a party issue. | heroes who lost their lives In the war
NEW RECORD SET BV
STIDKBAKKH ALTO
THE  iVOlil.ll OVER
South   America,  Belgium  and
Hawaiian Islnnds nre Scenes
of Latest Achievements
"Tape's Dlapepsln" has proven Itself
tho surest relief for Indigestion, Gases. Kjatuk'uce. Heartburn. Sournesa,
Fermentation or Stomach Distress by
acidity. A few tablets give almost
immediate stomach relief and shortly
the stomach ls corrected so you can
eat favorite foods without fear. Large
case costs only few cents at drug
store.   Millions helped annually.
Vancouver.—It is reported that native platinum in leaves or plants believed to be the first occurence of the
kind In Canada has been found In a
winze started in the workings 500
feet from the surface in the Drum
Lummon mine on the northern coast.
The Drum Lummon mine ls a gold
property in Uie Skeena district, half
way between Hartley Bay and Klti-
inat. It Is located one mile from the
beach, and a mill, which was started
two years ago. Is being developed and
added to. With Improvements now
contemplating it will have a capacity
of 100 tons a day.
Hajifax, N.B-—More than 2,000,000
barrels of apples, probably the greatest yield In its history, will come from
the Annapolis Valley this year, according to F. J. G. Comeau, freight
traffic manager of the Dominion Atlantic Railway. The great yield,
stated Mr. Comeau, has resulted ln
Inquiries reaching the Valley from
every province in the Dominion and
nearly every state in the United
States. Indications are that 1,000
cars of apples will be shipped to the
United States.
New records have recently been
added by Studebaker automobiles to
their long list of achievements in
widely separated parts of the world.
Reports of the latest feats have just
come to the local Studebaker distributor, and cover performances made
in Brazil, Belgium and the Hawaiian
Islands. Of the various records,
those in the Hawaiian Islands and
Brazil were established by Studebaker Light-Six models, and tbat ln Belgium by a Special-Six model.
A new mark for speed and endurance was set by J. Ness in a Light-
six when he circled the Island qf
Hawaii, a distance of 236.S miles in
the remarkable time of 9 hours and
30 minutes, lowering the previous
best record by 2 hours and 10 minutes. Reports of this journey refer
to it as a "trip of terrors." with the
roads in many places extremely difficult for a car of even light weight
to negotiate, and far more severe on
heavier machines. The Light-Six
making this run was the same automobile that previously lowered three
other records on the Island during Its
3,000 miles of history-making performances.
The Light-Six which set tbe record
in Brazil covered (J't miles over mountainous roads In 3 hours and 10 minutes between Petrojioiis and Jul! de
Fora, lowering the former record by
minutes. With the station stops,
it takes tbe train 6 hours to make the
same trip- The Studebaker on this
journey was driven by M. Santos, who
wns hailed as a hero because of his
record breaking achievement, over
tliis new and treacherous highway
which has many sharp turns and Is
very rough In places-
The victory of the Special Six, pi-
lotedaby BtnenTe, in Belgulm, was accomplished in n €9 mile race between
Nnmur and Spa, when tho Studebaker defeater such higfc-pricen cam as
Delogo (French), Lancia (Italian)
and Metallurgfque (Belgian), as well
as such American automobiles as the
Buick. f'adllllc and Palgo. Following his victory the same Studebaker
won further laurels at Spa by win
ning the hiil-climblng contest on the
bill of M.'.Iclmmps. From a dead start
Mils automobile mounted the hill, Vi
milen lOhg, in a littli less than five
and one-half minutes. The grade av*
eraged 12 por cent. from base to
summit, and is known as one of the
most difficult climbs in Belgium.
i SETTINGS DT "SACRED
AND PROFANE LOVE"
SAID TO BE PERFECT
McGill Centennial Convocation — Lord Byng,
Degree of Doctor of Laws, followed by the
Pmident at tba Canadian Pacific Railway.
Governor-General, after receiving the
new Chancellor, E. W. Beatty, K.C.,
Acting as a jury of experts, to determine upon the fulthfulness of the
English stage settings for "Sacred
and Profane Love," Elsie Ferguson's
new Paramount picture which will
be shewn nl tho Rex Theatre next
Monday and Tuesday, Sir Gilbert Parker. Elinor Glyn, Edwnrd Knoblook
and W- Somerset Maugham, all authors of novels, pronounced them flawless and a complcto refutation of the
statement of a Ixmdon newspaper
j that American pictures delineating
i English Bcehee aro a "fount of absurdities." Conrad Nagol, Themes Holding, Helen Dunbar. WInnifred Greenwood, Clnrlssa Selwyn nnd Howard
Oayo comprise an excellent supporting cast for the Interpretation of the
great Arnold Dennett -stage necees.
THEATRE
Paramount Pictures
TODAY A>P SATURDAY
MARY  MacLAREN*
In
"The Wild Goose"
A  Cosmopolitan  Prtduction by
GOUVESEVR MORRIS
TOPICS OF THE BAT
and
PATHE SEWS
Rcirular Prites
MO>.   A\D   Tl'ES.
"Sacred * Profane LoYe"
with
ELSIE FEROCSO.V
a William D. Taylor Production
A
PARAMOUNT  PICTURE
Abo
PABAMOrXT JTAGAZHiE
WED.   AJfD   THTRS.
"Down On The Farm"
With
Tke B»br, tht Dog ami tbe (it
Mack   Sennet's   Big   New  Five
Reel Comedy Sensation
"ATEJIOIJiG ARROW
and
SINGLE REEL COMEDY
COMING
"THE FOOLISH JtATBOXS"
Gloria Swaoson in
"THE OKEAT MOMENT"
Dorothy Dalton in
"IDOIS OF THE XOKTH"
ou^h,
E olds &
hills
|F it's cold or a chill, dissolve one or two Peps
in your mouth, inhale litrcct
into th* lungs the powerful healing and germicida
medicines given off in *■
vapour-like form. Th«e
breatheable Peps medicines
soothe ihe tender air pas-
ages, they quickly allay soreness or inflammation, and
stop the most troublesome
cough.   At the same time
PEPS STRENGTHEN THE
THROAT AND CHEST
ind prevent ihe ornci of cougta
colds tnd chilli,   grippe,   tort
throw, bronchi-n end other chest
trouble*.      Therms   no mora
'•lueble medicine (hen Pep* ex
thuMUOn.  Free from drug*
they are perfectly tele
for children. PAGE    SIX
THE     CBANBBOOK     HEBAtB
Thursday, Oct. _;»)., 1921
MacDonald's
Grocery
Feed Outs, per ton  $1*3.00
Crushed Oats, per ton 86.00
Feed Wheat, per 100 lbs. .. $2.8ii
Ok mi. Onions, per 100 lbs. -1.00
These are ;i good buy us onions
are away up. Put lo your winter's supply.
Canadian Cheese, per lb. ., 35c
Cream Cheese, per Ih 50c
EJmperor Qrapea   3uo
Sultana Raisins, hulk. Ih.   85c
Seeded Uimins, bulk per lh. 85c
\
Lemon nnd orange peel, per
lh    Wc
Citron Peel, per lh 5(lc
Mixed l'eel, ,per lh   IV
Ourrants, hulk, per lb.  .. 300
QUAKER It It K All
PHONE   76
Ciiy Ttents of interest
Insure with Beale ana Elweli.
+   +   -+•
Tungsten Lamps— 15 and 25 watt,
45c; 40 and DO watt, 50cj 100 watt Nitrogen, $1.25. Our low prices win
every time. W. F. DORAN.
+   +   +
A class for the business men has
been started at the Recreation Club
within the lust few days, and a dozen
or moro "professional and business
men are now putting in an hour once
or twice a week in unwonted but none
the less beneficial forms or exercise.
The movement has'been put on foot
to demonstrate the fact that the ClaW
is not solely for the benefit of the
younger folk, but for the grown-ups
as well.
■A court hearing la expected to take'
place to-morrow, Friday, before Mng-|
istrate I*ask. in connection with lhe
quantity of unsealed liquor found on
Chinese premises recently hy the city
pollco, and put under sjezure.
Tin- drive by tho Y. M. ('- A. for
memberships in the Association lias
been proceeding this week with very
fair results, aud It is expected that
by the end of the month, up till which
time the drive will continue, a very
substantial increase iu tho membership will result. On ull sides lt is
reported that there lias been evinced
u willingness to help the institution.
Any who have not yet been officially
approached need not wait, hut are
asked to gel in touch witli the secretary or any of the committee.
+   +    +
English Rockingham Teapots, reg.
$1.50, Saturday only $1.00.
Moffatt's Variety Store.
4-    +    +
F. H. Dezall is installing a holler at
his garage, and a little later will have
a compleot steam healing Installation
put In to provide warm storage for
ears this winter. Patmore Hros. will
shortly be entering upon tills part of
the work.
+    +   +
Moving picture votaries have nol
wauled for good pictures to take lu
of late.- hast week-end. for Instance,
iu addition to "Reputation" nl the
Star, two hig headlines were on at
the Hex and drew good houses. "The
Affairs of Anatol." and "Alfa Rut-
ton."
+   +   +
C. H. Phillips, of Camp Lister, has
been in the city for a time recently
and bas made arrangements to open
an ofllco In the city, in connection
with his work as district manager for
tho Confederation Life Insurance Co,
With Mr. B. A. Moorhouse, civil engineer nnd land surveyor, he will occupy the Kilby building on Armstrong
Avenue, next to the Cranbrook Exchange, whicli is heing refitted for iis
new use.
+   +   +
JOHN MANNING'S
Social-Personal
AlppleH from $1.75 lo $2.76 per box,
French Peas, very choice, 50t: per
tin.
Mushrooms 75c per tin.
10 lb. sugar $1.15; 20 lbs. $2.16.
Bacon from 50c lo 05c per .pound.
Try our fresh ground coffee, 40c,
50c and 60c iter pound.
Braid's Ideal Tea, 2V_ lb. packages
$1.10. Other leas from 60c to 75c
per pound.
Brown & Poison's corn flour just in.
Peek Frean's Biscuits, 35c per pkg.,
2 for 05c.
Saturday Special
Now   is the  time   to
procure the best grade
Cocoa   Door  Mats at
Rock Bottom prices
NO. 1 HEAVY COCOA MAT $1.25
NO. 2 " " " 1.50
NO. 3   "        "      "      1.95
Mrs. R, Dixon baa returned to the
city from u visit to Winnipeg.
BOKN.—Qu  Sunday.  October  23rd,
to Mr. and Mra. O. 3- Moore, of tli
city, ut the Cottage Hospital, a son.
Mrs. W. J. Barber will receive on
Wednesday, November Hnd, from 4
to (i, for the first time since coming to
Craubrook.
Mrs. Jas. Crowe left on Monthly
last for Nelson whero she will visit
for a time ut tlie homo of her dnugl*
ter, Mrs. L. G. Clark.
Mrs. J?, VV. Burgess will receive nu
the third Thursday of every month
from this date, instead of the first
Friday.
Mr. iind Mrs. I.. Lundy huve purchased the residence property at llu
corner of Hanson und Edwards, and
aro modernizing the placo ready for
their own occupancy.
The Ladies' Guild of Christ Church
will hold a card party nnd dance on
Wednesday, November 2nd, nt thn
Parish Hall. Cards at a ,p.m„ dancing at 10 p.m. Undies HO cents, gen
tlemen 75 cents. ' 3fi
Word conies from Toronto that Ml*
ckey Argue, who la attending the Ontario College of Pharmacy there, is already establishing himself as a track
specialist in the college athletics. In
a recent field day ho secured first
place In his heat of the hundred yards
dush, and in the final came in third.
mmm
Mrs. W. E. Haslam, who left here
about two weeks ago for the coast
to spend a holiday, has been ln poor
health since arriving there, according
to word received by members cf the
family here- Mr. Haslam has been a
guest at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs.
Dan Murphy, formerly residents of
this city.
Work has been going ahead of lute
on the new building of the Sash and
Door Company's factory, which Is being erected on the site of the former
building destroyed by fire some year?
back. Mr. H. A. McKowan, who has
prepared the plans, has -some fourteen or fifteen men working on thc
building. The foundation work has
been completed, and this week thc
fvmework for the first storey walls
-vent up, gW'.n-j a go-.d idea ni the
sizo of the new building.
See our big window for Specials
DELANY & SINCLAIR
I'lionc 84
1*. O. llox fe'l
Demonstration of
Hair Shampoo and Hair Tonics
Saturday, November 5th at 3 p.m.
IN   THE   WINDOW   OF
HASLAM'S DRUG STORE
NOHHURY AVENUE
DON'T KAIL TO SEE Till 8 DEMONSTRATION
IIV ONE 01* CBANBBQOK'S LOOAI LADIES
■HERE'S MY HEADQUARTERS!
'Reputation,-' which wns shown r.1
the Stnr Theatre Monday and Tuesdaj
tliis week drew good houses on both
days. Tho picture is a Universal
Jewel starring Miss PrM'llln Dean
and .proved In every detail to be onr
of the big super-productions shown
on tho screen. The Star Orchestra
rendered excellent music appropriate to tbe .picture drama and
ilso comedy pictures, receiving applause on the rendering of Suppe's
overture "Pique Dam.."
W. S. Johnson returned on Tuesday
from Port ,Artbur, where he attended
lho Dominion convent!in of the (l.W.
V. A. He reports an enthusiastic con-
ventlon. with a large and representative attendance, and some eloquent
addresses on matters of moment to the
veterans In all parts of the country.
Action on the matter of amalgamation
with other veterans' bodies was deferred, but will likely be consummated another year, ond in tlie meantime
common action Jn tbe way of a federation of all the bodies Interested will
likely be arrived at, so that some unity of policy on the big questions can
be expected.
F.bro Silk Hose lu ull colors, reg.
price $1.25—Saturday only, 75c pair.
Moffatt's Variety Store.
BORN.— To Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Stender, of Koolenay Orchards, on
Suatrday, October 22nd, ln Crunbrook,
a aou.
J. J. Stavert, district salesman for
Helutzman & Co., .Nelson, has been in
the city for a few days on business
for his firm.
Rev. Harold Vurley. vicar of (.'re
ton.  will hold service ln Yuhk, on
Wednesday next, the first Wednesday
In the month, in place of the rural
dean*
The new public school in tho Mission district is Hearing completion,
and it is expected will be ready for
ocetipanco ln three or four weeks. The
roof Is now going on.
Tho ladies of the city anil district
aro especially urged to bear lu mind
tho Women's institute Bazaar, which
Is being held on Saturday of this week,
October 2!)th, at lhe Maple Hull. Tea
will be served during Lho"1.ftornoon.
35
.1. L. Walker, ot Fernle, District
Deputy Grand MaBter nl' tho Masonic
Lodgo for District No, S, was In Uie
city for u.short time hist waok-ontl.
His visit hero was tho occasion for
the attendance ul the Cranhrook
Lodge meeting of a number of Musons
from Pernie, Klmberley, Fort Steele,
and otlier places.
The G. W. V. A. of Rossland hus extended to Lieut.-Col. ('. II. Pollen ol
this city an Invitation lo unveil Iho
memorial whicli the Rossland people
aro erecting to the memory of thel!
honored. Col. Pollen has accepted
and a dedication service is also to be
a part of the ceremonies, to be conducted by Rev. D. B. D. Robertson.
Anglican minister, and himself a war
veteran.
At the regular nieellng 0f the I.O.O.
F. Monday evening the veteran's jewel was presented to R. 1.. Beattie, P.G.
as a token of distinction. Mr. Deattic
having passed his twenty-fifth year
as a continuous member ln the LO.
O.F. Mr. H. White, P.G.M., delivered
the .presentation speech in appropriate
Style, Mr. Beattie responded In
his usual capable manner and stated
that he was proud of the distinction
conferred upon lilm, and tiint he cun
look back upon his twenty-five years
as an Odd Fellow with great pleasure
Beautiful Gold-lined 07-piece dinner
set. regular .price §4S.00—Saturday only 134.00.   Moffatt's Variety Store.
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION
FOlt KOOTENAYS WILL
BE FORMED NEXT WEEK
Wood, $5.00, $5.50 and
$11.00, according to amount
and quality
Pears, $3.50 per case,   or
15c Ib.    These   are   late
preserving pears.
F L O II R
IH CHEAPER AOAIN .
#4.50 per c«i.
Five Roses, Royal Household' and Quaker.
MIGHT PHONE 375: DAY PHONtlE
WE ARE PRDMPT-WE ARE CAREFUL
NEXT TO REX THEATRE
L. D. CAFE
THE HOME OF GOOD EATS
Special Chicken Dinner Sunday
PRIVATE BOOTHS
Afternoon Teas — Ladles' Patronage Solicited
Apples for this month —
Wealthy, Mcintosh and
Oravensteins; also Snows,
Wagner, Jonathan, etc.,
are In now—Price $1.00 up
Bran, $1.30 cwt. $23 ton
Shorts, $1.40 cwt, $25 ton
7-rookfleld and local butter 2 lbs. for 95c;    Dairy
.butter 40 cents pound.
CHEESE
Wheu you   want   good
cheese, try ours, 35c lb.
A conference of tlnv Baptist
Churches of East and West Kootenny
will bo held in tlle Baptist Churcn
here on November .2nd and 3rd for tlte
purpose of organizing an Association
of theso churches for mutual helpfulness and common service. Tlie morning sessious will be largely devoted
to business; the afternoon sessions
will be given to Sunday School work
uud the work of the Womens' Mission
Circles; the evening meetings will be
popular platform meetings; tlie Wednesday evening meeting will be addressed by Mrs. Wolvertou and Rev.
J. E. Tyner of Nelson nnd probably
Dr. McDlormld of East Robson; the
Thursday evening meeting will be addressed by Dr. N. Wolverton on
"World Outlook," and by Rev. J. W.
Lltch on "Home Missions."
Tho evangelistic meetings will continue until Tuesday of next week
when they will merge Into the meetings of tbe Association. These meetings will be open to tlle public. The
platform meetings of Wednesday and
Thursday ovenings will be of special
interest.
The program for tbe convention Is
as follows:
Wednesday/ Nov. 2nd
10.00 a.m.—Deyotlonal:   R. H. Rop-
r.
10.15 n.m—Welcome and call to order, Rev. W. T. Tapscott. Appointment
of chairman and clerks pro tem and
committees on credentials aud pro-
snun.
10.30 n.m—Address: The Kootenay
Baptist Association; "What and
Why?" Rev. N. Wolverton, D.D.; discussion on same,
11.00 a.m...Report of committee on
credentials. Resolution to organize.
Appointment of moderator und clerk
and committee on constitution.
11.30 a.m.—"Our Budget," by Rev.
J. W. Litch.
1 pm.—Automobile ride.
3 p.m.—Sunday School session. Re
ports from superintendents. Round
Table conference, led by Rov. Lltch
Tlte Sunday School graded into
partment.
3.50.—"Work With Teen Age," H
Wilson.
'   4.16—Modol class (teen ago girls.)
conducted by Mrs. F. Constantlne
*■***> .P.m.—Question drawer.   Rov.
J. Wl Lltch,   Director of   Religious
Education for B.C.
8.00 p.m.—Song service, R. H. Rop-
THE    1-EBFEt'T   GIFT
A Diamond Blng
It does not require an
extravagant expenditure
to secure a Diamond, but
whatever the price, no
mutter how small, the
rare beauty of the gem
hnd itho character and
oxcluslveness of the
mountings will mark
the Jewel a WILSON cre-
tutlou. ,
W. 11. WILSON
Jeweler
t_. '.'_£__"__.i\_?_ .>..--*._2i__iii
We Don't Care
Where They Come From
-ilrn. For renter ot New Wi'HtmltiHii'i
Ih visiting In tho city for tlto winter,
u guont ut the homo or Mr. mul Mn
(J. D. Carlylo.
FUtST SHOT FOlt XMAS—All ourl
complete Htock of Dolls and Toys, ami l
books now on display, at
Moffatt's Vnriety Store.
Santa Clnus Headquarters.!
\V. J. Me Far land, auto liveryman,
lias purchased the well known sand-
colored McLaughlin touring: cur of Mr. j
Chester Staples, and the latter has |
just taken possession of a new wire-
wheeled Ford sedan from tlie Hanson |
Garage.
Rov. W. E. Galloway, B.A., B.D.,1
Field Secretary for the Religious Education Council of Alberta and B.C.
was in the city for a short time last I
week-end. Ho will return again in a
week or two when lie is expected tor
address a meeting of some nature along the line of his own specal work. |
Main line trains were diverted back
on Wednesday to their usual route,
having been running since Friday
last round from Calgary to Golden
via Macleod, Colvalli and the Kootenay Central. The death roll in the disaster at the Palliser tunnel has been
swollen to seven, four being railroad
men. The tunnel has not yet heen
cleared, but a track has been thrown
round it temporarily, involving three
trestle structures over the Kicking
Horse and a mile or more of new
track . Heavy rains In the mountains were responsible for the fall of
earth and rock in the tunnel, whicli
was the cause of the dsaster.
Wc arc willing to put our b'pys suits up aKitinst any
or them, considering ijuality ami price.   Wo will uot. sell
cheap, shoddy stuff iu order to get the price down.   What
wc sell wc guarantee will give satisfaction or we will refund your money.
Jusi come in and see what a hig range of hoys clothing we are showing, you will be surprised at the stock, the
quality and the price.
tjfc
AGl!i\TS KOR WILMS PIANOS
Great Slaughter in dolls— Madam
Hendron Dolls, wtth* beautiful hair
and eyes, regular prices $12.00. $6.60
and $5.50, now $7.00, $4.50 and $:.-75
each at Moffatt's Variety Store.
tion to Convention and Union," Rev.
J. W. Lltch.
2-30 p.m.—-Women's meeting, conducted by the women, Mrs. F. Constantino in tlie chair. Reports from
Mission Circles. Round Table con-
forenco.
4 p.m.—Unfinished business of the
Association.
8.00 p.m.—Song service, R. H. Roper.
8.16 p.m.— Address, "World Outlook,* Rev. N. Wolverton, D.D.
8.45 p.m.— Music by the choir,
8.50 p.m—Collection for expenses
of meeting.
8.56.—Address, "Homo Missions." J.
W. Lltch.
SEE THE WILLIS PIANOS NOW 1IEKK
CLUB CAFE
CROSS-KEYS HOTEL
Largest and l?est in the City
SUNDAY   SPECIAL
Farm House Chicken Dinner .   :   •   75c.
■T. BUCHANAN
Proprietor
REVIVAL MEETINGS
WANT ADS.
STAK SECOND HIND 8TOBE
Phone I.
We pay the best prices going tor til
kinds ot furniture. We buy any*
tiling from a mouse trap to tn automobile.
WANTED.—Iloflned Canadian desires
position as housekeeper where two
children can attend school. Widower with small child preferred.
W1U accept small salary, if uny.
Apply Mrs. J. W. Cross, Erlckson.
B.O. 35-3(1
f'on SALE—A number of loose leaf
binders, different sizes. Herald
Olllce. tf
-Sermon, Rev: J. B,
er.
8.15 p.m
Ber,
8.46 p.m—Music, choir
8.65   p. m. — Address,   "Women
Work," Mrs. N. Wolverton.
9.20 p.m.—Address, "Foreign Mis
slons," Hov. A. P. McDIarmld.
Thursday, Nov. 3rd
10.00 a. m. — Devotionol,    A.    T.
Haynes
CRANBROOK    „
TPAniWfi  f __     I     •UUB »•■-<—HflPorta from churches
I IV-t-*-/HNVJ   VU.    I| and B. Y. P. V.'t, vernal.  Discussion.
i^H^BMMaBBMMaai^J     H ».m—■ -RelaUouhlp ot Asaoclu
TRY
DEACON'S
FOB YOUR NEXT
GROCERY ORDER
Von will get goad value for
Cash
—Groceries of All Kinds-
The revival meetings In the Baptist
church have been well attended, the
interest well sustained nnd the res-
ponse to the message of the gospel
very encouraging. The meeting on
Tuesday evening Of this week was one
of special interest. Mr. Lttch'a topic
had special application to young .people. His subject was "The Devil's
Fowls." It was a solemn warning
and tender admonition and invitation,
and many, both young and old. signified their response to tlie invitation
and their determination to serve more
faithfully their day and generation.
Tiio meetings' will continue until
Tuesday of next week when they will
merge into tiie meetings of the Association of which notice is given
elsewhere,
Apples, while they
30 boxes Cox's Orange
last, per box $1.75
Assortment of other
apples, per box .. 92.00
DEACONS
No Delivery     Phone 1S1
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We understand local realty propositions and conditions and our advice Ih Worth a lol hi you,
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