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fllK NATIONAL ADVERTISES
KNOWS TIIE BUST MEDIUM—
lit 1-ATHON1ZE8TUE HERALD
THE CRANBROOK HERALD.
A   l-.U-KR  KOR TIIE  HO»l-
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VOLUME S3
CRANBROOK, B.C, THURSDAY, JAN. Sth, l»i!«
Says Mining in
B.C. Will Revive
Consolidated Plans Expansion
in Different Purts of Province
This Year
SALVATION ABUT GIVES
CHRISTMAS DINNER TO
CHILDREN LAST WEEK
(By 0. a. Haggen)
The now yenr opens with much pro-
niino [m* tliu mineral Industry. After
ii poriod or much difficulty, 'several
largo metallurgical Installations ure
plannoil. Tho Brltunula Mining &
SmoHlllg Co. Iiiih Hot Uio hall rolling
hy lotting lho flrBt contracts In oun*
iiooUon with tho Installation umi oqul-
pmont i>r tho now coucontrattng mill
at Drl lunula Pooch, with a cupnolty or
2600 loiiii a day. Tho ('anutlhtn North-
wont Stool Co, of Vimcimvor Iiiih tho
contract for erection of tlto atruotur*
al steel work Tor tiio now firo-proof
mill building, it Is planned to have
iho mill com plot ed ami in operation
hy next autumn.
Cauada Copper Co. expects to re-
Hiiino by spring, Drum Lummon
Mine ou Douglas Channel, will aUo
ho a producer. On Vancouvor Inland
iho Consolidated Mining & Smelting
Co. propose to go ahead with tho oon-
Btruotlon of Ua &oo-ton mill at Sun*
locli Mine, ou Jordan river, and tho
250-ton mill ut the Old Sport Mine
at Elk Lake, with railway and hydroelectric plant ut tho latter. Tho Tidewater, on lho west coast of Vancouver
Island, will resume, und hus developed important reserves of ore. Tlie
now your will therefor see the copper industry back to its old stride,
with thc largest production in the
history or the province.
.More Thuu Restore (told Mining
Industry
The Hedley Gold Mining Company
will resume operation or Its mill at
Hedley. The Premier mine, at Portland Canal, will be operating to full
capacity, and perhaps extending Its
milling operations by the construction of a new mill below Uie new low-
level tunnel. The Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co. will go ahead with
the first units of its roposed 5000-ton
mill to treat tlie -Rossland ores prior
to the smelting operation. Tliese
plants will eventually increase gold
output by between $3,000,000 and $4,-
000,000 a year, and restore the gold
miuiug Industry to more than Its former Importance, while new copper
operations will increase the proportion
of the gold output, which is a by-
crodi-ct off-the eoplK-f mint....
Silpor, l.tad and Zinc Will Surpass
He-cords
Slocan und Ainsworth mines will
be operating to full capacity, with the
Noble Five und Silversmith mills as
additions to the former plants- The
Consolidated will begin Ua largo hydro-electric development at Skookumchuck. south of Columbia Lake, and
also tho insinuation of the first units
of IU* 20,000-ton mill, planned for thel fort
Sullivan Mine In Kast Kootenay. The'
Cronin Mine, In the Bablnoj will probably become the largest silver producer fn the province. The copper mines
will add their qnoia to iho silver product ua a by-product of their ores.
The production of silver, lend ami
lint will therefore. In lho m*ur future, fiii* B-jrpoaa anything on word
in Uio past
These large planta, with the Granby
tnii] nt Anyox, will provide for tlie
treatment of 40,000 tons of oro a day,
or four times tho record tonnage hitherto They will give employment to
an army Of 80,000 men, mul double
the value of the mineral production
over II Irecord your of high prices for
the motnlH.
AcmnplMied .Much rmU'r Adverse
Co ml It Ions
This year, with the p
Last your, wllh (he poorest mineral
production in point of value in seven
years, the Consolidated Mining &
SmolUng Co. showed whal cun be accomplished OVen under lho most adverse louditlou nr market and operation   hy   mining   anil   smelting   nbout
400,000 tons of ore. the largos! tonnage on record in tho history of tho
company.
During 1091, mineral prodUOUoil
showed a falling off of SB per Cent,
ns compared with the previous year,
Mven tl is is a belter Knowing than has
been undo by the mining Industry of
any oUter country during tho past
year. tlold production huh the lowest
of any vour for a quarter of a century.
Dividends for ism nro conspicuous by
their absence
The Salvation Army Hall ln Cranbrook was the scene of a very happy
tlmo with the children on Thursday,
December SOth, when fifty children,
many of whom were poor, belonging
to tlie Sunday School, und other children also, sat down to a Christmas
turkey dinner.
Alter ihe children wero well flllod
mil those who had waited on them
had nlso hud a cup of tou, the children came iu for a bright evening of
parlor games, otc, which wus con-
eluded by a Clirtbliunu Treo when every child In the building received a
woll filled bag of sweetmeats and
fruit, it would have beon a pleasing
sight to ihuKo who guv j) so liberally
lo have droppod in during the dinner
and tn havo seen the many happy
faces, aud to have hoard them carry
a vote of thanks to all who had b-een
ao kind to them.
Lieutenant Kdo. who hnd planned
tho occasion, came in for some hearty
cheers from thc boys and girls, who
seemed to wish that there would bo
no going home nt all that night.
Ou behalf of the Army's work here
Lieutenant Ede wlBhes to thank all,
and especial ly the establlshmen ■ a
which supplied the turkeys and meat,
.-all that was contributed, both eatables and practical help, all of which
mndo the dinner and evening such a
splendid success.
ANNUAL MEETING OF
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
ON TUESDAY LAST
The annual meeting of the Women's
Instltnto was held on Tuesday afternoon of this week In the Parish Hall.
The officers for tho ensuing year were
elected as follows;
President   Mrs. P. Constantlne
1st Vicc-Pres  Mrs. Leaman
2nd Vlce-Pres  Mrs. O'Hearn
Secretary   Mr*. John Healey
Treasurer   Mrs. Geo. Taylor
Directors   Mrs. Campbell, Mrs.
Noble, Mra. Mirams
The various reports showed 19S1 to
have been a very successful year for
lho Institute. Mrs. Wallace contributed two vocal solos towards the afternoon's program, and a reading
wus also given by Miss Maystre-
Fifty members were present
DISCONTINUE WORK OP
NAY If LEAGUEi WILL
MERGE INTO SCOUTS
Police Report
For Past Year
Convictions and Fines Increase
Over Last Year; Drops Off
iu Last Few Montlis
CRANBROOK MUSICAL
SOCIETY
"Experience" shown at the Hex
this week is a good example of the
Iwtter type of moral film, which
would go a long way towards dispelling any doubt some peoplo harbor in their minds us to whether the
screen can be a power for good. Its
tltlo Is scarcely comprehensive enough to convey what tho picture hns
to show. It is a sort of modernized
Pilgrim's Progress put on tho screen
showing na lu an allegory how Youth
though directed aright hy Ambition
and beckoned to by Opportunity, still
allow**- himself to ho drawn aside by
Pleasure, Intoxication, Fashion. Conceit und all the other attributes of
-human nature, vain and unsatisfying, and dragged down to tbe low-
in N'ovember, 1920, Mr. H. F. Helm-
sing visited Cranbrook In tbe Interests of tho Navy League ot Canada
or Canada nnd within a very few
days the Crnnbrook branch waa formed.
The necessary tunds to meet current expenses; were immediately
omiiig from a few who were
Interested in the League work and no
doubt a grent many would have been
pleased to contribute had it been
found that further assistance was required, two lifo memberships, $20(1,
and lhe sum of $189.16 rrom Miss
Walliuger nnd Miss Blankenbach
gave the League a good start financially-
Tiio donation from Miss Walllnger
and Miss Ulnnkenbach was the net
sum received from an entertainment
given after mnny weeks of hard work
In preparation, and the Executive
tuke this opportunity of thanking all
tiioso who so willingly contributed
various amounts.
After tho branch wa" formed It
was necessary to have a number of
Instructors, a number volunteered,
Captain Martin Harris, II- I eroy
Harrison, Mr. Clark, tho Y.M.C.A.
secretary, A. Leigh, F. H. Pym, W.
M. Harris and F. O. Morris, and the
brunt of the instructional work was
finally boruu by Captain Harris, II.
l.erov   Harrison, A.  Leigh and J.  M
Clark.
Semaphore, tho compass and varl-
OUs physical cxercisos were taught to
about thirty hoys for several months,
the boys having thn use of the plunge
iu the Recreation club every Saturday
morning lu addition to the training
Friday night.
Ity April the boys all showed a
great Improvement and a few became
very proficient lu the semaphore and
compBBB work, and careful note had
beon mude of threo or four with the
idea of finally selecting two who
wero to attend the summer school ot
Instruction nt Victoria. The special
istructton would probably have
qualified tho boys as Instructors and
at the same time they would have bad
tho details ot a great deal of tbe work
that could only be hud by taking such
a oinm.o.
Unfortunately the Victoria branch
were not able to put on the course
us originally proposed, with the rc-
(Contlnued on Page fl)
The following is a copy of tlie report ror tiio year 1921 submitted by
Chlor or Pollco I). Halerowe to the
Police Commission at their final mooting for the your held this week:
Jan. Brd, 1929.
Ills Worship Mayor QencSt arid
Police Commissioners,
(icntlemen:
For your information and approval
I have much pleasure in here wit h
r-ubinlttiug my annual report for the
year euulng December 31st, 1921.
There wore 231 persons brought before the Court during the year, and
a total of $3,868.80 collected in fines.
From outside Police Departments
$132.75 was received for keep of prisoners. The pound collections amounted to $260-60. Dog licenses contributed a further sum of $96,25, making
a total of $4,358.30.
In my statistical report attached
! will be obscived that from the advent of the enforcement of tho Liquor
Control Act there has been a decrease
In offenses of all classes, particularly
that of drunkenness, From tho geographical situation of the city we have
had a considerable number of persons
In the Vagrancy class, usually migrating from the eastern provinces ln
quest of warmer climes.
It is to be hoped that a greater appreciation of the benefits of the Liquor law, on the part of the public In
general and persons who are addicted
to bootlegging In particular, thnt the
necessity of inflicting goal sentences
will be obviated.
In conlcuaion I take this opportunity to thank the Police Commissioners, members of the Civic Administration, business men of the city and all
classes of the community for their
hearty co-operation in the enforcement of law and order.
All of which I respecfully submit.
Your obedient servant,
DAV. HALCROW,
Chief Constable.
The statistical report shows the
distribution ot crime tor the city to
be as follows for the whole year:
Drunks      72
Vagrancy -.  ...'.'.'.
Theft   •■    10
Liquor Laws    21
Offensive Wtipona   4
Assault       6
Drugs       io
Indecency       3
F^ilse Pretenses   2
Keepers Disord. House   6
lnmatee Disord. House   7
Health Act   '.    1
Indian Act    6
Hail wny -Act   4
Assaulting Police   1
Obstructing Police      l\
Escape Custody   2
Rsfusal to Fight Fire  1
Pound Bylaw   81
Illegally Wearing Service Decor. .. I1
Motor Vehicle Act   IB I
Total for year  231 j
Month by month the convictions
wore as follows:
January     27
February   22
March       30
April      15
May       29
June     22
July   22
August     12
September    • •    21
Octobor     12
November     6
December    13
Total    231
Monica collected by the Police Department for the year are as follows:
Fines and Costs   3868.80
Prisoners' Keep      132.75
Pound    260-50
Licenses   96.25
Totals $4358.30
Convictions in the previous year,
1920, numbered 171, and monies collected totalled about a thousand dollars leas than In 1921.
School By-Law
Should be Passed
Increase    Iu    Tuxutiou  Slitrlil
Compared With Advantages
To lie -Wniiied *
Ifr-low  will  ho se<
proposed   addlt-Jon
School  building, for
payers  will  be asked to sanction   i
by-law   next   Thursday-        Study   oi
tio  pans  und the  *■>.; lanatlon   will
make 1'  quite clear a., to what the
Tlie regular practice of the Society
wus held on Tuesday evening in the
'V and was one of the most satisfactory yet held. There was a representative turnout of players who were
all anxious to carry on tlie good
work of the organization,
Tho practice was followed hy no
Important business session at whicli
Interesting discussions took place iu
regards to finance, ami other problem of the Society. It was pointed
out that the Society was not a moiioy-
making organlMi*m, hut still it is
necessary to raise enough money to
offset current expenses ii was therefore derided to open u list or honorary members and a committee was
appointed composed «'f Messrs- T.
South, D. Kny and W. Q, Thompson,
Persons Interested in tbe wort, und
objects of tho Society and Willing to
contribute $1.00 per month to thnt
end are urged to communicate with
any of the above named gentlemen, or
with the secretary. Mr. F. J. Lodge.
It was decided to proceed at onco
with tho formation of a choral brand)
of the Socloty and practices will bo
commenced In the near future.
It was also decided to tuko up another branch in thc musical line, viz.,
tho re-forma tion of tho city bund. All
old players are requested to get in
touch with the Director, Mr. Loo Edwards, who would be pleased to
helii anyone else who ta desirous of
taking up band work.
Arrangements were mnde for tiio
first concert of tho Society which will
be held In the Auditor!unj Friday, Feb.
24th, but further particulars will bo] Doc.
published later, the orchestra is now
working on tho program und It can bo
promised that the music will be o.
the finest ever heard In Cranbrook, Jan
and the entire concert will be given
by local talent. Tho enthusiastic, woll received, especially theoddresa
support of all should be acorded this: given by Hev. E. W. McKay, paHtor of
effort, and everyone is nsked to keep the Presbyterian Church hore.
TRAINMEN'S BALL
LAST FRIDAY NIGHT
A HERRI EVENT
Buckley  Lodge No. 586 and Queen
Alexandra Lodge No. 424 worked In
unison on Friday last and prepared to
give everyone u real good time    at
their annual Joint ball in lho Auditorium       Judging from tlie feeling and
i u plan of the  good humor   of   those present their
to    the  Central j alms were amply fulfilled.    The hall
which  the rate-   was tastefully decorated in the colors
of the order, and this part of the arrangements w-as Mild to surpass anything previously attempted.    Stream-
ers of rod, white and green bunting
intentions or tho school board are. I encircled a wheel of Japanese lant-
Efforta aro being made to ascertain ems mingled with bolls and balloons
tho feeling of the majority of the hung from tiie ceiling, while the walls
ratepayers on tho question, and a! worn draped with bunting and flags,
canvass has boon goint, on towards i Above the stage a large sign of colli.is end. It is poJniod out that th-3pred lights with the words "Happy
extra iaiotlon called foi under thel Now Year" hung, and tlie stage was
bylaw wmitd only amount to about also decorated with colored lights und
12.50 per $1,000 of assessment, which* evergreens. The whole liall was n
is not an excessive amount. In any I mass of color, and It was remarked by
caso extra money will havo to bo tunny present that it was the prettiest
had   for  the  uddltionnl   quarters   to yet.
be found so that to turn the by-mw
down on the score of economy will
ho poor business for the ratepayers.
A feature of tlie ball was the presence of so many from outside towns.
Tiie   trainmen   claim   a   large  crowd
Several special meetings or the school j from outside  points this year than
hoard have been hold recently to discuss this and other matters, und to
wind ti'i business for the year.
TIIK   WEATHER   HIJLLKT1N
Official thermometer readings at
Cranbrook.
Mln.     Max.
Dec.   29  	
    10
37
Dec.   110   	
   14
28
lice.   31   	
     9
IS
     0
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Jan.   2   	
      S
21
Jan. it 	
  —tl
16
.an.   4   	
   —B
13
a look out for further details.
IA KM KIM. A HOR . I
RALLY PROVED
INTERESTING EVENT
The Farmer-Labor Party held a
rally in the ti. W. V. A. Hall on Wednesday evening this week which was
well attended by both ladies and gen-1 freshments were served after which
Tlie program was as follows:
Solo—Miss V- Sarvls.
Violin solo—Mr. Turner,
Recitation—Mr. T. H. BronBden.
Pianoforte solo—Miss Alma Sarvls.
Vocal solo—Mr. Turuer.
Solo—Mrs. Art. Wallace.
Solo—Mr. Wm. Henderson.
Following the program dainty re
uny previous year, although they
suy thoro were not quite so many
old tlmo Crunbrook people. Every
town from Lethbridge to Sirdur was
represented, and it was remarked at
this particular ball that one always
met old friends. This wus especially tho case on Friday night, some of
those in attendance not having met
since tlie Inst New Year's Bull, and
tho good feeling of mooting again and
giving the wish or a happy new year
helped   towards   having  a   real   good
lime.
Onco the music struck up It wa; Impossible to keep your feet still.
NUMBER 45
Who Mile
Mayor for 1922?
Possible Three Candidates May
Present Themselves on Election Day
Who will be Mayor of Cranbrook
tor 1022? It now .seems certain that
there will be a contest, and It may be
thai three names will be before tbe
electors on Thursday hext, polling
day. Mayor Qenest statod to the
Herald that lie had not finally decided whether to run again or not, but
he lias already been urged by friends
to run tor a third term- A. J. Balmont has also definitely yielded to
the desires of supporters, aud will
again be iu the running- Mr. Balment has had six years' aldermanic
experience here, and two yean on the
police commission, which it is felt
qualify him to discharge the duties
quite capably. Mr. W. S- Santo, a
member of the present city council
may also be a candidate!1 Friends of
Mr. Santo feel that ho has the *lme
lo give to civic affairs, and that be
should allow himself to como before
tbe people as a candidate.
Many people will learn with regret that it Is the desire of Mr. W. H-
Wilson to relinquish his connection
with tho school board, and without
question ho will havo to withstand
strong pressure to maintain his present determination not to bo a candidate again. For the poltoe commissioner Messrs- J. J Jackson and
w F, Doran are possibilities( both
having been asked to allow Uiemsel-
res to run for the vacancy. Mr. A.
c, Shankland. Uie retiring commls-
et mnde up his mind
ThereBioner, has not yoi
was harmony, tlmo and pep in even*  :i* *° *hether or n0t he wU1 nftain *
a candidate, though he has t>een urg-
nr.,ti.-v. ..,-,:.. <•... Theatre I •* b>' friendft t0 do s°"      Mr   C" J*
bly assisted the orcb-1 UlUe lm? been  -wor.ched to allow
I himself to be nominated as alderman
I and most ot the former aldermen are
: understood   to  be   willing   tt)  allow
called upon for encores every time.    | tbemselver to stand again if it is de-
Owing to the fact that it still lacked : sired-
a duy to the passing of the old year, it: ' ' • '
wus not found feasible to work in thei     Mrs- Hall of Bull River Is a visitor
customary midnight feature that us- \ [a the city,
ually ushers In the new year, but the!
new year spirit was there, neverthe-
number played by the Banff torches-
Mi
orchestra very
tra with his violin, and Mr. Robinson,
also of tiio Star, played for the extras
during tlie supper Interval, and was
tor, H. Hewson. C Ratcliffo, J- H.
tlemen.   Mr. G. T. Molr ocupled thej dancing occupied the remainder    ofl less. j Cameron. O. Lacey, chairman,
chair and conducted tin affairs of ithe evening, lt being past mid-night The committees responsible for tbe' Music. Mrs* A. Wallace, G. Sullivan*
the evening in a vfrys*leasing man-1 before (the strcj^ otr"(k»d 8a»e the si fry-ess of the function wen: J. B. Supper, the indies' Auxiliary, Mrs.
'ner. King" brought the function to a hap-1 Pettlgrew,    H. Hail, R. W. Leonard.' (\ N. Parker. Mra. P- C. Hartnell, and
Kvery number on the program was  Py ending. JP. C. Hartnell, A. Wallace. R. Proc-   Mrs. P. Dallas. Convenor.;.
Central School Building as it will Appear with Proposed Addition
est levels by Temptation, Despair.
Chance and so on. Bul Love sticks
with lilm all through, and ultimately ho wins and gets the chance to
start lu with Ambition again. Appropriate music to the varying emotions the picture portrays added to
Hatlnfaction the picture laavet-
UNVEILING OF MEMORIAL
TABLET AT KNOX
CHURCH SUNDAY NEXT
The [permanent Honor Roll and
Memorial Tablet for the Presbyterian
Church, presented by the Ladios Aid
of the congregation, will be unveiled
at the morning -service in Knox Church
on Sunday next, January Sth. The
little daughter of one of the men who
paid the supreme sacrifice, will draw
aside the flag which is at present
Aral-ring tha* memorial. Her guard
of honor will be composed of returned
men belonging to the congregation
and representatives from the G.W.
V. A- Prnlso selections appealing
to young and old, -special music by
the choir, and an address suitable to
the occasion will make this impressive service one long to be remem-
In order to understand the above I brick,
plans of tlie proposed addition to the: Directly above the elevation will be
Central School, a smnll key Ian will seen a view of the building as it will
bo seen In the loft-hand top cornier look from Cranbrook street, tlie mld-
whlch shows thc proposed addition dlo portion being the elevation of
at tho rear of the present school In the present school with the tower in'
solid black, making a building in tho [tiio centre, and the portion at each
shape of the letter T with the pros-lend shows what will be seen of the
ent school. Tho front of the addl-jnew part from Cranbrook street, with
tion faces on Koolenay Street, and a, the two fire-escapes at each end.
smnll sketch of tho elevation is shown! In the main p)nn will bu seen the
at tho bbttOtil lefi hand corner. It Is! classroom arrangement of tho pros-
proposed  to carry out  the exterior! ont school on tho ground floor.   The
trances of tho proposed addition are
shown In solid black.
A similar arrangement of four
classrooms Is allowed for on the first
floor with the uddition or two small'
rooms, one over each side entrance,;
for use of tin teachers, or stores, otc. |
Also over the main n
T«; by 2G feet for use when lectures,
The proposed addition when fully
The proposed addition when fully
completed and equipped will provided
ror 300 more pupils allowing about
89 scholars to each room- It ls the
most economical addition of eight
which Is possible to tbe pretv-
slmilar to tho present building, with j four new classrooms with the 10 foot
concrete faced blocks    and   pressed i corridor, 2 aUirwaya aad 2 side eft- to Ih
corridor en-  roc
triune from Kootenay street will be I ent Central School and will provide
a large room 10 feet by % feet to bo i accommodation In tho four rooms
used as a library, having sliding par- downstairs for the Immediate necess-
titlons between the classrooms on
each sldo. making It possible for this
room and the two control classrooms
converted Into oue large room
ity or the primary and junior i
and will assure Cranbrook of sufficient school accommodation for soma
Una to t PAfiE    TWO
TIIE      CIlANllllOOK      HEBALD
Thursday, Jan. 6th, 1023
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Brunswick
GRiillES
REGORQS
RAWORTii BROS.
NEXT Til POST OFFICE
ing at the coast this montii. |
Here's how the situation ap-
irs to a prominent Toronto!
daily. Probably this represents]
an extreme view in some res-;
pects, but lt indicates how an1
episode such as this tends to
react to the detriment of the
B. C. government.
"Hon. J. H. King, of British Colum- [
bla,  ot  whom  excellent reports  ure >
' heard on all sides, would Imve been
in ibe cabinet, 1. one or two dlUlcul-
ties  could (iave    been   surmounted.
Firstly,    the    Oliver government, of
I which he Is a member,    is in dire
straits, and the wires have brought
] plaintive wolls entreating him to sluy
j lu tlie local cabinet and not force a
dangerouB by-election.  Then tbe newly elected  Liberal  members  In  Ilrit-
, Ish Columbia havo shown no despor-
j ate anxiety to resign anil make room
'. lur Hr. King, nnd want definite ttuar-
I unices of adequate compensation for
i their aacrlftCOB,      Hr. King hus gone
I home >\ith tho purpose of removing
, these obstacles in his migration to
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tbt Cranbrook Ijerald
Published every Thursday.
F. A. WILLIAMS..Editor tt manager
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To DnltOll Stales *_.."jll per year
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No Ifiltei-H lo the editor will lie Ins.irt-
crl nxf.-i.t over Hip |irn|n-r alffnaturfl
nni] audrois ut the writer. The rule
admits ut no exception.
Advertising itnies mi Application,
Cbangos fnr Advertising must be In
this ulllee Wednesday noon the current
week to secure attention.
CRANBROOK,  BRITISH  COLUMBIA
THLTISDAY, JAN. Gib, 1U22
THE PROPER COURSE
federal sphere and If lie succeeds
he will, us tho I'reniier's slutemenl
toYOBhadows, replace Senator Boa*
melt as minister of public works,
lioili from a, political and admlnistra-
tivo point of view, Dr. King will bo a
real acquisition to tho cabinet, end ls
Infinitely preferably to two olher aspirants."
The fact remains   that   Mr.
Ilenltie's position  in this riding, though he lias not yet at-
.IniiH'd tlie dignity some would
like to see conferred on him,
Btronger than if he had lent
himself to any such proposals
s it would seem were on foot
ihis week.
BAKING
mm®
ui of tho ConservuLive party.
Canou Hinchcliile, -tho Cunscrvatlve
member for Victoria, said that ho always considered the sessional indemnity paid members not in tiie nature ot
a salary, but rather Intended to permit
members to travel uud study conditions und fit themselves for sessional
amies. With that idea the cauou auld
lie had used Iiis Indemnity to travel
over British Columbia. When ho had
finished Iiis season's travelling lie had
only ^441 left. This money lie placed
in the hands of iiis agent, who deducted Ms income tax and then paid Uio
rest, about an even $400, back lo the
government,
IF STOMACH IS BAI>
LDT DUi'Kl'SIN EM)
GAS, INDIGESTION
"Pnpo's Dlapepsln" has proven itself
the surest relief for Indigestion, Cases, Flatulence, Heartburn, Sourness,
Fermentation or Stomach DUtre^a by
aeidity. A few tablets give almost
immediate stomach reliof and shortly
tlie stomach is corrected so you ceu
eat favorite foods wltaout fear. Large
case costs only few cents ut drug
store.    Millions  helped annually.
MANY   PICKFOItD'S
next lucrum-: anew
CllAHAl'TEMZATlON
Tho people of I-Cast ICootunay
in general, ol" whatever political faith, will commend the decision arrived at this woek by
the Liberal party leader.-., not
to sanction the member-elect
stepping down io make room
for a cabinet, aspirant, if Hon.
Mackenzie King wanted to include a B. f. member of the
house ol' commons in Iiis cabinet, there was one olected in
this riding that many believe
could havo tilled iho requirements wiili credit, and just as
ably as anyone else, in Uie B. C.
governmeni or out or It, Tlie
Bpectacle of a minister of the
crown, a member ot the provincial government, putting himself in the position of trying to
get tho laurels bestowed on
one man transferred to himself (loos not add dignity nor
prestige lo his own position. It
is 10 wonder that tlie impres-
sio/i is growing that all is not
well at Victoria. What has
giv?u rise to all Hie restlessness there? Premier Oliver already has a number of by-elections to face which will be extremely critical for him, and
why should members of the cabinet be willing to aggravate
the situation still more? There
must bo a reason, which will
likely become apparent after
the big  Liberal  parly gather-
FR03I THE VIEW-POINT
OF
OUR CONTEMPORARIES
A rimphccj  Fulfilled
When Grover Cleveland twisted the
British lion's tall, in a dispute over a
Venezuelan boundary, so vigorously
that war seemed imminent, llttlo attention was paid to Arthur Balfour's
| prophecy of a uew British-American
doctrine that would some day be formulated. Said Mr. Balfour, speaking
in tho British parliament In that crucial hour that is now twenty-fivo
years behind us: "Tlie time will
come, tho time must come, when some
one, some statesman moro fortunate
even than President Monroe, will lay
down the doctrine that between English-speaking peoples war Is impossible." Is Mr. Balfour one of those
rare phohets wlio live to see their
prophecy fuiniied?—Egyptian Mail
Oti iii tlie past mainly in Ilie Winds
of tho Industrial east. There lay the
money, the political enorgy, tho voting strength. A premier who could
reckon, ns could Laurier, ou iho cordiality of the big business interests
and tho devotion of Quebec had little
else to trouble abonl. Hut tiie centre
of power hns begun tn shift. Politics
in Canada -are stepping westward.
The farmers of Alberta, Saskatchewan
nnd Manitoba, who fought so vigorously in tho "reciprocity" election of
mil without political organization,
have slnec then grown into an organized political forco that can menace
its forerunners. Tiie "country party"
in most lands has stood for conservatism. In Canada it stands for alliance
with Labor. In the Farmers' party
tho old-fashioned "right" and the
new-fashioned "left" in politics meet.
Its return in numbers to Ottawa cannot but make for interesting developments iu Canada's history.—Manchester Guardian.
ELECTION WITHIN
THREE MONTHS AT
VICTORIA, SATS OREEN
Senator   Believes   Oliver   Will
Choose This Rather Than
Risk By.Electlon
Nol a Strong Cabinet
j   "After the collapse of the negotiations wiili Mr. Crerar, the character
of Mr. King's ministry, as announced
I is ii surprise.   It Is an orthodox Lib-
oral cabinet, seemingly solid in spots,
* seemingly feeble in other*, but, with
ihe exception of possible menace   to
l ho  national   ral I ways   from   certain
! of its members, a ministry not likely
to visit injury on Canada by rash experiments in Radicalism	
Bumming up, we think it can be said
without unfairness that It ls not a
strong cabinet.
"But cabinets, like all otlier instltu-
| lions, must be judged hy the future,
j not by the pa-st. In this case, a new
! government fresli from the people is
j setting out to grapple with tremend-
| ous problems, and it is not tbe task
! o[ a loyal Canadian lo condemn it
: without trial-"—Ottawa Journal.
As Britain Sees Us
Political p wer in Canada has rest-
Senator It. P. Green, speaking before the Victoria Conservative Association last Friday night, predicted
the announcement of a provincial election within tbo next three months. He
said that besides the two by-elections
necessary to fill tbe seats of Dr. W.
O. Hose in Nelson and M- A. Macdonald In Vancouver, a by-elcctfon is involved in the resignation ofiAttorney-
Gencral Farris.
Senator Green asserted that on top
of these, the Hon. J. H. King, minister
of public works, is to be taken into the
Dominion cabinet as the minister
from British Columbia, as Senator
Bostock is to be appointed Speaker of
the Senate, and Is only holding thc
office of minister of public works until arrangements can be made to get I
Dr. King a seat in British Columbia.
Tho Senator declared that with these
government changes facing Premier
Oliver aud the fact that he has tailed
a reorganization meeting for January.
the Premier will call a goneral election rather than go In for these by-elections.
During his speech lie announced that
Conservatives of the province would
hold a convention early In tho now
year, when the name of National-Liber-
al-Conservatiev will give place to the
good old name Conseravllve. He predicted "that this would bo tho start of
a movement which would spread all
over Canadn to bring about tlte rovlv-
former wife witli his deadly enemy,
Richards. However, lie also moots
tiio girl wbo finally through love exerts an influence over lilm which acts
as Ills salvation. In the end thy scoffer is convinced that hu Is wrong and
renews his faith lu humanity.
"THE SCOFFER" OPENS
BIG  WEEK PROGRAM
AT STAR MONDAY
Merit pervades the whole atmos-
pheru of Allan Dwan's production of
"The Scoffer," which opens an engagement at tile Star thoatro Monday
and whicli may woll bo listed as oue
of lho very best photodramas of tlie
current season.
Whllo thu play in itself is uuusual
In its power to command undivided
uttontlon, artistic acting on tho pari
• if no less than ten brilliant photo-
playorB is an outstanding feature worthy of prulso. Alary Thurcan, James
ECirkwood and Noah Beery share first
honors. At times tho dramatic acting reaches great heights and Inspires io applause.
Tlie story which is cleverly evolv-
er in "Tho Scoffer" concerns tho misfortunes of one Dr. Staunnrd Wayne, 'Graham Velsey as H. R- H. the Prince
who through the villauous plotting of 0f Wales in "JuBt Suppose." at tho
iiis bosom friend, Dr. Richards, is
forced to serve a five year prison
term [or an illegal operation perform-
A.
S-'":v
iyMS
% i___
Auditorium. Wednesday evening next
od by Richards.    Dr. Wayne had been ,
an Intensely religious man, but emerges from prison a scoffer because
he rankles at injustice. In his search
for jieaco and forgetfulness Wayne
goes to a Sparsely settled section of
tho country, but his long journey is
iu   vain,   for   he  stumbles on  to  his
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You can't Imagine tha Improvement
thoy will moke to ih" factory, office or
home.    We have styles ftiid slaea 10
meet every requirement
DANDERINE
Stops Hair Coming Out;
Thickens, Beautifies.
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KLECTRIC SUPPLY SHOP
Mary Plckford's latest United Artists production, "The Love Light,"
which will be seen at the Tex theatre;
an Mouday and Tuesday next, is an
entirely different story und an abso-
lutely new characterization than any-j
tiling in which the World's Sweet-,
heart  has hereto appeared. i
Ever since Mary Plekford haa had
hor own producing organization audi
could dictate as to the type of photo-1
play in which sho was to appear, she!
bus adopted the policy of never nd-:
tiering entirely to ono line of arts, not
only because sho believes that tho
public like variety, but because aim
believes the different lliiu.*-, of characters tend to Increase her ability as an
artist.
"Tho Love Light" hus unusual Into, csl owing lo Ilie fact tbat tho Idea
was worked out while Miss I'ickford
waa on her honeymoon, Shu met
Prances Minion iu Maty, also ou hor
honeymoou, and (ho two worked out
Lho iitory silting ou a high rock overlooking ilie Adriatic and lt wus in
Daly tliely secured many of lhe properties ami several of Iho players wlio]
support Was i'ickford. Tho players
and properties wore brought all the
way from southern Kuropo to California where tlie Ilulinn settings were i
minutely reproduced from photo-}
graphs taken by the two.
Miss Plekford has appeared in com-]
edy-dramas but never in an emotional!
drama of the type of "Tho Love
Light." aud it was only nfter careful]
study and deliberate consideration
that she felt herself equal to the tre-:
mendous role she plays in this story.
Miss Plekford lias surroonded herself with a splendid east, which in-
chides such artists as Jean De Uriae. j
for several years leading man to Sarah Bernhardt, Raymond Bloomer, Edward Phillips, Albert Prescott, Evelyn
Dumo, who played with Miss Plekford |
In "Little Peppina," but who had returned to Italy to play important'
Italian roles, and Geo. Rigns.
35-cents buys a bottle of "Danderine" at any drug store. After one 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.
Iiii' One Guaranteed Attraction Tlmt Will   Play   Crnnbrook
the j:vi:nt of TIIK season
AUDITORIUM Theatre,
Cranbrook, 1 Night only
A "ROBIN'S PRODUCTION*'
WED., JAN. 11 ™
1 rappers
und
Hunters
A T T E X T I 0 N 1
WE BUY^FURS
BRING   OK  SHIP  YOUR
I TltS TO US FOK A
SQUARE DEAL
WE WILL SEMI I0U RE-
SIITTANCE SAME DAI OR
HOLD irOOR FURS FOR TEN
HAYS It* SO INSTRUCTED.
Weston's Bargain
Store
P. 0. BOX 205
A FII1ST NATIONAL
AT THE STAR THEATRE PRIDAY
AND SATURDAY NEXT WEEK
Clean - Comfy - Cozy
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
JAN. 9 • 10
"THE SCOFFER"
also
2 REEL COMEDY
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY
JAN. 11. 12
"The Mutiny of the Elsinore"
Jack London's Famous Story
FOX SEWS — 2 Reel Comedy Scream
It in with groat pleasure that I announce' the presentation in Cranbrook ot the charming
Comedy Romance "JUST SUPPOSE," and I have no hesitation in Guaranteeing this attraction, which is playing Calgary and Edmonton at $2.00 prices.
W. I). GILROY, Mgr. Auditorium Theatre, Cranhrook.
NOTICE!—Owing to Ihe importance of this engagement and the unprecedented   demand   fori
scats, regular patrons ure urged to make reservations early to avoid disappointment.
FRIDAY AND   SATURDAY
JAN. 13-14
Ralph Connor's Famous Story
"The Sky Pilot"
PRICES ON THIS PRODUCTION WILL BE:
ADULTS 86 Cents       -     -     •      CHILDREN 15 Cents
REX
THEATRE
Paramo.'"! Pictures
TODAY AND SATURDAY
"ALWAYS AUDACIOUS"
with
WALLIU KEID
•   •   e
BALLROOM HOYS
FALSE  ROOMERS
MON.   AND   TUHS.
••THE LOVE LIGHT"
witli
MARY PICKFORD
nlso
AES0I-S  CABLES
WED.   AND   THURS.
DOROTHY   DALTON
ln
"THE DARK MIRROR"
also
YELLOW ABM
and
COMEDY
Auditorium
Saturday Jan. 14th
CAPT. JI. W. PLUNKET'S 4th CANADIAN DIVISION
"Maple
Leafs"
In tlieir new lll*_l Edition of Their Original Overseas
Revue
ENTIRELY NEW YE1ISION
ONE OF THE BEST ATTRACTIONS OF
THE SEASON
Seals on Sale at Hie llcntlie-Nolile Drug Store
Jnnunry 12th
Start the New Year Right
BUY WHERE YOI  CAN SAVE ON YOl'II PURCHASES
Cut This Out - IT IS WORTH ONE DOLLAR
Drill)-, this Coupon to the Store nnd we will
recognize It for one dollar when you buy goods at
one time not less limn EIVE DOLLARS during the
first week of the New Yenr.
tine Coupon to a Customer.
GOOD ONLY DURING   THE   FIRST WEEK OF THE
 YEAR 1922	
WESTON'S BARGAIN STORE
si Phone 88 is .•;day, Jan. 5th, 1929
THE      CRANBROOK      HERALB
PAGE THREE
ALE STARTS SATURDAY
IORN1NG, JANUARY 14th,
.M)   ENDS   ON   SATURDAY
NIGHT, JANUARY 21st.
EVES  HAYS OF WONDER-
UL MONEY SAVING OPPOR-
TUNITIES.
'ON'T MISS IT—BE EARLY
Kor many years January lias lieen the time when shelves nre emptied of merchandise and the decks cleared   tor   stock-taking   on
February Kirst, umi this year we "ill excel our effort* in former  sales.
Of all the great annual events for which this House Is famous, there Is none 1 lint more forcibly demonstrates lite supremacy of Kink's
than this sale.   This January sale will Include tlte bosl ossortmeu I* and tlie best values of Hie year.   Many new customers are attracted through the satisfactory purchases made by friends who have-found ibe sales abundantly supplied  wllh merchandise just suited
tn the season's needs, our January sales have become a by-word with all true economists, they afford tbe opportunity which you can-
imt afford i<> miss.
SEVEN STRENUOUS DAYS
Kill OUR SALES KOIKE BE-
CAUSE Al.l. ECONOMICALLY
MINDED PEOPLE WILL BE
ON HAND EARLY TO GET
KIRST CHOICE OK THE BIG
BARGAINS.
Store will be Closed all day  Friday, January 13th
Positively No Exchanges or Refunds made on Sale Goods
Low Wage Prices on Men's Suits
5.00 Suits for $17.85
O.OO Suits for  20.85
5.00 Suits for   24.85
7.50 Suits for 28.85
0.00 Suits for      28.85
2.50 Suits for   29.85
;5.00 Suits for   31.85
$47.50 Suits for 88.85
$50.00 Suits for  B5.85
$52.00 Suits for  86.85
$55.00 SuitB for 88.85
$60.00 Suits for 42.85
$65.00 Suits for 45.85
MENS OVER COATS—KNIFED TOO
'5.50 Over Coat $18.55
7.50 Over Coat 19.25
>.50 Over Coat 19.95
0.00 Over Coat 21.00
2.00 Over Coat   22.25
$35.00 Over Coat 24.50
$37.50 Over Coat   28.25
$40.00 Over Coat   28.00
$42.50 Over Coat 29.75
$57.60 Over Coat 40.25
Mothers, Bring Your Boys Here Now
The Dollar Packages
Were in such great demand last year that thc supply was entirely sold
out in less than two hours after the store opened. This January we will
increase the quantity to four hundred packages and guarantee every
package will contain first class merchandise to the value of one dollar
or more In addition to the merchandise four packages will each contain a $10.00 bill, four will contain $5.00 hills and twenty will contain
$1.00 bills. One-half of tliese parcels will contain Womens' and Girl's
goods, the other half will contain Mens' and Hoy's goods.
Lowest Prices Prevail in the Dry Goods Section
oys $10.50 and $11 suits $7.35
oys $12, $12.50, $13 suits 8.85
oys $14 and $14.50 suits 10.85
oys $15 and $15.50 suits 11.85
:oys $10 and $16.50 suits 12.85
•oys $17.00, $17.50, $18.00
and $18.50 suits 13.85
MACKINAW COATS
9.00 Boys Mackinaw coat $8.30
9.50 boys Mackinaw coat 6.65
14.50 hoys Mack, coat 10.15
15 boys Mackinaw coat 10.50
114.00 mens Mack, coat $9.80
:16.00 mens Mack, coat 11.10
-16.50 mens Mack, coat   11.55
Boys $19 and 19.60 suits 14.35
Boys $20, $20.50, $21 suits 15.85
Boys $22 and 22.50 suits 17.35
Boys $24.60 and $26 suits 18.35
Boys $26.50 and $27 suits 19.35
$17.00 mens Mack, coat 11.90
$17.50 mens Mack, coat   12.25
MACKINAW SHIRTS
Regular $5.50 at    $3.50
Regular $6.50 at      4.25
Regular $8.60 at     5.90
Regular $12.00 at      8.85
Regular $12.60 at     8.96
MENS DRESS PANTS
.-gular $4.00 for ...
.. $3.00
.gular $4.50 for  ...
...  3.35
.gular $5.00 for ...
... 3.75
?gular $6.00 for ...
... 4.50
igular $6.50 for ...
... 4.85
?gular $7.00 for  ...
...  5.25
.gular $8.00 for ...
... 6.00
'gular 8.50 for	
... 6.35
-gular $10.50 for  ..
...   7.85
--gular $6.00 for ...
... 5.10
Regular $8.00 for
Regular $9.00 for
6.80
7.65
*$> fa***
MENS WORK PANTS
60 Grey Tweed at .... $3.00
1,00 Grey Tweed at ... 4.00
I::60 Grey Tweed at ... 4.85
i.00 Carss Tweed at 6.85
1.00 Mackinaw at     6.00
0.00 Carss Mackinaw at 7.50
MENS UNDERWEAR AMI
COMBINATIONS
$6.50 Milton's at   $5.00
'\A\ $10.00 Jaegers at       8,50
->X~\ $16.00 Wolsey at   12.75
7\\\ $10.75 Pcsco at   8.75
' sn«iupTyO^\ $7.00 Watsons at       5,50
••"■SJjLL V \\ _      Stanfield's, $6.50 at $.">.50; $9.00 at 7.20
//JinnF-*,VT-KV-    Slr'" Stanfleld's Red Label at .... 3.85
■'■    $0.00 Tiger at      4.50
$4.00 Tiger, heavy, at       2.50
MENS SHIRTS & DRAWERS .,„-_.,„-,-_-,
Hewsons $5.00 suit tor . $3.50 SWEATERS
Tiger $6.00 suit for  4.50 $4.25 Pull Overs   $2.85
New Zland $4.00 suit for 2.75 $5.00 Pull Overs   3.50
Stanfield $6.50 suit for .. 4.95 $5.50 Pull Overs       8.70
Stanfield Red label $4.50 $0.50 Pull Overs 4.25
*-uit for 3.50 $5.00 No collar       8.70
Stanfield Blue Label $5.50 $7.00 No collar 4.65
suit f°r    '■•-•'> $8.60 No collar   5.80
Fleece 2.50 suit for 85 $(0.75 x0 (.0nar   9,45
PYJAMAS S NIGHT SHIRTS $10 50 No collar       7.00
$2.25 Night Shirt $1.85 ?1-'50 Xo collar   8"'15
$2.50 Night Shirt     2.0(1 »13*60 Xo c0,lar 9-85
$3.00 Night Shirt 2.25 W.60 Pig -'ollar     8.35
$3.50 Night Shirt .    •>.7."> $10.00 Big collar 8.85
$3.75 Night Shirt  3.00 SHOO Big collar  7.35
$3.75  Pyjamas       2.75 $12.00 Big Collar     7.95
$4.00 Pvjamas   3.00 $12.50 Big collar 8.35
4.25 Pvjamas     8,85 $13.00 Big collar     8.65
$4.50 Pyjamas    3.35 $16.50 Big collar 10.45
HOYS COMBINATIONS
Tiger wool $2.75 at  $2.20 Heavy wool $3.00 at  ...  2.00
Heavy cotton $2.25 at   ..   1.50
IX FOOT EXTENSION
PEDESTAL TABLES
.. $29.60
. 80.40
.    31.20
DINING ROOM FURNITURE
CAN BE BOUGHT IN SUITES   OR   SINGLE   PIECES     AT GREATLY REDUCED
SOLID OAK.   FINISHED IN    FUMED, GOLDEN AND EARLY ENGLISH, and GUM
FINISHED IN WALNUT.        UUY NOW AND SAVE.
DIN1NO CHAIRS, 1 Arm 5 Side BUFFET SIDEBOARDS
These all have eenuine Leather     *,i7r,° ,>"1Iet for *64i0°
II.,.. ..II lum muiiiik l-eatnu      70#tJ0 Buffett-for 56.00
75.00 for   80.00
77.50 Buffet! for 68.00
80.00 Buffet for 64.00
85.00 Buffet for 68.00
100.00 Buffet for 80.00
PRICES
WOOD
87.00 Table for ..
,8.00 Table for ..
ll.llil Table for ...
0.00 Table for 32.00
Seats
$53.00 Suite for
00.00 Suite for ..
65.00 Suite for .
70.00 Suite for .
72.00- Suite for .
75.00 Suite for .
$42.40
$48.00
. 52.00
. 56.00
. 57.60
. 60.00
s.oo Table for
0,00 Table tor
5.00 Table for
40.40
48.00
60.00
$20.00 China Cabinet .. $16.00
22.00 China Cabinet .... 17.60
37.50 China Cabinet .... 80.00
48.00 China Cabinet .... 38.40
$0.75
6 oulv Wicker Chairs,
$13.50 for	
2 only Wicker Chairs.
$14.50 for  $7.25
I only Wicker Chair,
16.50 for    $8.25
I.VSY CHAIRS AND ROCKERS IN ALL FINISHES OF WOOD AND UPHOLSTERED IN LEATHER, PLUSH AND TAPESTRY, Regular . .$16.00 to $85.00, at BIG REDUCTIONS.
SEE OUR
REGULAR
SPACE
ON THE
BACK
PAOE
OF THIS
PAPER
FOR
OTHER
BARGAINS
OF
ESPECIAL
INTEREST
TO
WOMEN
Potter's English Print, per yar
Canadian Print, 5 yards for  .
One Lot Flannelette    15c
One Lot Flannelette   20c
$1.15 Pyjama Cloth     85c
Clydella Flannel  85c
$0.50 Jersey Cloth $4.25
$3.00 Donegal Tweed ... $2.10
$5.00 Coatings       2.05
$11.00 Coatings   $6.00
$4.50 Coatings   $8.00
$3.00 Coatings   $2.05
$5.00 Gaberdines $8.25
$2.00 Poplins   $1.50
65c Pique, white 50c
90c Pique, white 75c
75c Shirtings       60c
50c .Shirtings v.    40c
90c Ginghams       60c
$3.75 Curtain Nets $2.75
$2.25 Curtain Nets $1.75
$2.50 Filet Net $1.95
$1.25 Madras    $1.00
75c Madras      60c
$2.75 N'avy Serge .
$3.75 Navy Serge ..
$4.00 Navy Serge ..
$4.50 Navy Serge ..
$6.66 Navy Serge .
$1.65 Cashmere ...
$2.2,-> Wool Plaid ..
$1.50 Fancy Goods
$4.65 Green Serge .
$6.26 Broadcloth ..
$2.25 Velvets  	
$2,110 Gaberdine .
65o  Crepes   	
05c Palm Beach
75c Nurse Cloth .
75c Galateas
90c Chambrays ..
660 Bungalo Net .
75c Bungalo Net
$1.50 Madras  ...
$2.75 Madras  . ..
.. 40c
$1.00
.  $1.70
. $2.60
. $2.25
. $3.25
$4.50
$1.25
$1.45
.     ,5c
. $3.25
. $3.50
.  $1.25
$1.50
,, 45c
.. 50c
.. 50c
.. 60c
.. 60c
.. 50c
.. 60c
$1.26
$2.25
IV
' Madras $1.50
Real Snaps in Silks
An assortment of six lines of Messaline up to $4.50 for .. $2.25
An assortment of seven lines Taffeta up to $3.75 for ... $2.10
An assortment of nine lines Habutal up to $2.05 for 1.00
An assortment of eight lines Fancy up to .>4.5'J for 2.35
An assortment of four lines Wash up to $4.25 for 2.10
Georgette Crepe, excellent quality, $3.65 for   2.25
CRETONNES $3.75 Lace Curtains . $3.00 pr.
54 in. Shadow Cloth $3.85 $4.00  Lace  Curtains  $3.25 pr.
at      $2.65 $5.50  Lace  Curtains  $4.00 pr.
36 in. Cretonne $2.25 at    1.60 $8.50 Lace Curtains   $7.25 pr.
36 in. Cretonne $2.00 at     1.30 $3.00 Spot Muslin ..  $2.50 pr.
31 in. Cretonne $1.25 at     .75 54 In. Tape-try $7.50 at     5.25
WOMENS HOSIERY
Queen Quality Silk, pair .. 75c
Super Quality Cashmere $1.50
Penman's Cashmere .... $1.25
Heavy Black Worstead ... 75c
WOMENS FLANNELETTE
NIGHTGOWNS
Regular $2.25 for $1.50
Regular $2.75 for      1.85
Regular $3.25 for  2.25
TIIE FUR WILL FLY
Lamb Necklet, $12.00 ... $6.00
Red Fox Muff 28.00 18.85
Red Fox Stole 30.00 19.35
Black Stole 35.00 25.00
Black Wolf 40.00 25.85
WOMENS GLOYES
Kayser silk, black <-: white $1.50
Kayser Chamoisette, black,
white, brown, etc. etc. .. Sae
Chllds Flannelette Nightgowns
Regular $2.75 for $1.65
Regular $2._5 for 1.50
Regular $1.50 for     1.00
do.      do. . 45.00
do.      do.   55.00 .
Ala»ka Sable 65.00 .
do.      do.     75.00
Mink Muff 81.50 ...
Sable Muff 105.00 ..
do.      do.    125.00
. 30.35
. 41.35
. 39.35
65.35
61.35
67.85
. 78.35
Twelve Only Child's Pull Over
Knitted Suits, worth up to
$3.50   at   $1.85
Three Only Tain and Scarf Sets
worth $9.00, vour choice
'for .' $0.25
One Only Knitted Scarf, worth
'■ $12.00, for   $8.65
1   One only Scarf, 7.50 4.85
WM*t
w 1 *
Now Is the Opportune Time to Refurnish That Bedroom
A large collection of Voile and   Silk Waists at  Half Price
Yhile Iron Bed
Vhlle Iron Bed
White Iron Bed
Vliito iron Bed
iVhite iron Bed
iVhltc Iron Bed
White Iron Bed
While iron Bed,
63.50 for ..
$12.00 for
13.50 for
23.00 for
25.00 for
27.00 for
28.00 for
33.00 for
3 ln. post,
Brass Beds 37.50 for
Brass Beds 63.50 for .
Brass Beds 66.00 for
$9.80
10.80
18.40
20.00
21.80
22.40
26.40
50.80
. 80.00
50.80
. 52.00
$45.00 Cheltonier $36.00
48.00 Cheltonier 38.40
50.00 Cheffonler 40.00
52.00 Cheffonler   41.80
57.00 Cheffonler 45.60
65.00 Cheffonler   52.00
72.00 Cheffonler   57.60
75.00 Cheffonler    60.00
A REAL BIO SNAP
Very Large Chesterfield, with
Chair and Rocker,
$345.00 for   $210.76
$30.00 Dresser for $21.00
32.00 Dresser for 22.00
55.00 Dresser for 44.00
05.00 Dresser for  52.00
67.50 Dresser for 54.00
75.00 Dresser for 60.00
80.00 Dresser for 84.00
8S.50 Dresser for 70.80
90.00 Dresser for  72.00
$5.25 Cottons Comforters $8.50
(i.00 Cotton Comforters .. 4.00
7.00 Cotton Comforters .. 4.70
8.00 Cotton Comforters .. 5.85
10.50 Cotton Comforters .. 7.00
10 Only Boys' Sweaters
worth up to $5.00, your
choice for $1.95
12 Only Women's Sweaters, worth up to $20.00
Your choice $5.25
One Small Lot Misses'
louts, worth up to $9.00
for       $6.00
CHAIR BACK A SEAT CUSHIONS
WHITE COTTON BLANKETS, WHITE WOOL BLANKETS, leather Pillows, 1.50 .. fl.25
$11,50    $5.75       $13.00  8.65 do.        do.        2.00 ... 1.70
do.    do.  do.   8.60 ..    . 1.15     do.      do.       do.    16.00 9.85 do.       do.      do, 3.50 . 2.95
do.     do.   do.   4.00.... 2.66    do.      do.      do.   25.00. 16.85 Down Pillows, 6.00  ....    5.00
Regular $2.25 pair for
Reg. Back 1.50 each for
Reg. Seat 2.25 each for
Covered Cushions 1.00
Covered Cushions $1.75
Cushion Forms 1 35 ..
Cushion Forms 1.75 ...
Tapestry Table Covers
do.        do.      do.
do.       do.      do
do.       do.      do.
do   do.
do.      do.
do.     do.     1
Tapestry Portieres 7.50
do.       do.     8.25 ..
.. $1.80 pr.
.... 1.20 en.
.... 1.80 ea.
..  .75 ca.
... 1.80 ea.
... 1.00 ea.
.... 1.311 en.
3.60 .. 2.35
4.50 .. 3.00
5.00 .. 3.3,1
do. Tapestry 32.50 for   22.75
do. do. 45.00 for ... 81.50
do. Klcarflax 75.00 for 52.50
9 x 10'A .lute 20.00 for 14.00
do.     do.    23.00 for 16.10
do. Tapestry 42.00 for .. 29.40
do.     Amlnster 82.00 for .. 57.40
9 x 12 Jute 27.00 for  18.90
do. Tapestry 45.00 for .. 31.50
do. Axminster 85.00 for 59.50
do. Klcarflax 100.00 for 70.00
do.
do.
do.
5.00 .. 3.35
9.25 .. 6.15
10.50 .. 7.00
5.00 .. 10.00
.. 5.00
. . 6.60
SENSATIONAL RUG REDUCTIONS
9x9 Jute Rug $17.50 for    .. $12.25
do.        do.        18.00 for        12.80
LIUERAL   DISCOUNT   ALLOWED
ON ALL LINES NOT MENTIONED
d PAGE FOUR
THE      CRANBROOK      HERALD
Thursday, Jan. ..lb,
,-' .jfKsisi-"*^^
«-*-*,(*-•,'•>.-,■• ■*■■ '
xSJ^M™^™
JOUil
LAND   REGISTRY
(Section 227)
For Constipated Bowels—Bilious  Liver
ACT
Th»   nicest   eathnrtlc-laxative   to
physic your bowels* whoa you have
Headache Blliouunesa
Coltia indigestion
Dizziness Hour Stomacli
Is candy-like Cascarets.   Ouo or two
tonight will empty your bowels completely by morning and you will feel
splendid. "Tbey work while you
sloop." Cueeareta never stir you up
or grlpo like Salts, Pills, Calomel,
or Oil and thoy coat only ten cents
a box.   Chidren lovo Cascarets too.
Frame's
Dread Is OOOD llrend
His Plea
Cakes'
uni Pastry nre
made in
a tasty
manner which
inviteH the most
exuding per-
son
to call
agaln, at
THK
iio.iiii*:
BAKERY
•Thorn. 9
-
Norbury Afo.
'THC  DAItK .UIItltOK"
WITH DOROTHY DALTON
AT IlEX NEXT WEJSK
CRAMiKOOK   CARTAGE
AM) TRANSFER CO.
Forwarding and Distributing
Agents for
Letlibrldgo and  GrcuiiliJH Conl
Distribution Cars a Specialty
Drnjlng   nnd   TransrcrrliiB
Given  Prompt   Aiicuthm
TOWRISS & ADAMS
I'hone 03 Proprietors
MOTHER!    QUICK, GIVE
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP
FOR CHILD'S BOWELS
A photoplay that is remarkable for
its unusual character and for tho
skillful performance o£ Dorothy Dai-
i.'ii in two vividly-contrasted roles
will be on view at the Rex theatre
Wednesday and Thursday next week-
li ia "Tho Dafk Mirror," produced
by Thomas H- Ince from Louis Jos-
epb Vance's popular novel of tho same
name.
The story Involves New York's "upper ten" and also the worst haunts
IM THE HATTED OF APPMCATION
NO. 11170-1
AND,
IN TIIK MATTO OF LOT 1, BLOCK
SI, OF LOT 11)2, GKOUr 1, MAP 1181,
KOOTENAY DISTRICT
TAKE NOTICE -that the abovo application has been mode to register
Horman P. Abels as owner in fee of
Uio above hinds, und for the issue to
the suid Herman P. Abels of a Certificate of Indefeasible Ttfclo thereto,
and tbat in support of such application
there bus beeu produced a conveyance dated li-nd July 1020 from the
Baynes Lake Land Company Limited,
whoso title is subject to certain contracts for sale (Inter alia) set forth
in tlie schedule hereto aud which con-
bracts are unregistered in this office.
ANU FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
that registry,ion will be effected In
pursuance of the abovo application
and a Certificate of Indefeasible Title
to Ithe said lands, issued to tho said
Herman P, Abels free from such unregistered contracts after tho lapse of
thirty duys from the service upon you
respectively of this notice (which servlco upon you respectively may be
effected by publication hereof for two
weeks   in   tbo    "Cranbrook  Herald"
is listless, cross, feverish, ful! of cold,
or has colic a teuspoonful will never
fail to open the bowels- In a tew
hours   you   can s'-'c for yourself how
nf   the    underworld,      Aa     Priscllla
Maine, a society girl, Miss Dalton Is j Newspaper) unless you   respectively
troubled with strange visions, which or y0ln* respective legal rcpresenta-
she confides to her admirer, Doctor, .ives shall take and prosecute the pro-
Poadick.   As if to make these dreams |j)er proceedings to establish your res-
come true, sho ia mistaken for Nora pective  claims,   if any,   to  tlie  said
O'Moore, a beilo of tlie Bowery, andj lands or to prevent such proposed ac-
kfdnapped by a gang of thugs.  Thrll-i tion on my part.
I ling adventures follow, involving the.    The Schedule above referred Lb:
fruity" drowning °t the real Nora O'Moore     Contract No. 12 In favor of L. A. P.
If the Rnd  lhe narrow escape of PrlBOlUa Smith and E. B. Smith covering Lot
5,  Block 81,  Map 1181.
Contract No. 08 In favor of D. W.
Hart covering Lot 4. Block 28, Map
1181.
Contract No. 2(1 in favor of P. M. E.
Vonablea covering l_ot 5,   Block
"JUST SUPPOSE"
BRIGHT COMEDY
HERE NEXT WEEK
Seats will be placed on salo next
Saturday, January 7th, at the Beattie-
Noblu Drug Storo for the coming eu-
gugtuieut of "Just Suppose", the comedy romance baaed on the recent vis-
It of H.R.H. tbo Prince of Wales, that
Edward H- Robins will present for a
special engagement of one night,
Wednesday,   January  llth.
"JiiBt Suppose" must not be classed
as in tin* ordinary comedy cither in
theme or construction, Tbo story is
written around the personage of the
most popular young man In the world
today, H. It. II. Tile Prince of Wales.
The company selected by Mr. Robins
to portray tlto different roles have all
been chosen not only for their per-
onal appearance to fll tllfl part for
which thoy have beon cast, hut also
for their abllltf to play tho part. Tho
on Ure company thai will lie soon here
Is Identically Ihn same as presented
at Hie Royal Alexandra Theatre. Toronto, during the rerun! breaking run
last summer of "Just Suppose" at
ibis popular playhouse. Somo of the
mosl promising of present day Bng-
IIbIi actors havo been brought to
Canada just to play the different roles
of the ocmody. Graham Velsey will
lie seen as tho Prince of Wales. In the
role of Hubbies will bo Norman Cope,
understudy to Sir Jnbn Martin Harvey during the latter'a recent tour of
Canada, Walter Howe, who haa appeared In every quarter of tiio globe
where thero is an English theatre will
be the British Ambassador to Washington of the comedy, while Murray
Bennett has been brought out
to play the role of the young southern
lad. Kathleen Wallace, so welt
known to both Uie movie fans and
dramatic followers, is thc southern
girl with whom the Prinec falls in
love, while ns her grandmother, Mrs.
Julia Hurley, tbo oldest American actress new beforo tho public will be
seen, Thomas McKnlght, Walter Ain-
slie, and Harry P. Young, just to men*
tion a few others that will be seen
who have important roles.
Quebec, Que—A net total of ?*2S.-
925.60 will be distributed between the
Disabled Soldiers' Employment. Association of Montreal and Ihe Children's
League of Paris as liie result of collections from tbe salo of popples on
Armistice Pay in tbo provinco.
Even a sick child loves tho '
taste of "Ca.iforna Pig Syrup."
little tongue is coated, or if your child  from a similar fate.   But she finally
ome
through her experiences safe-
The picture is an ideal vehicle for
Miss Dalton, giving her ample oppor-
thoroughly it works all the eonstipa- tunlty to display ber emotional prow-
tion poison, sour bile and waste from MB.    Huntley Gordon is all tbat one Map 1181.
tbe tender, little bowels and gives youI-old   wish   as   Doctor   Post'ck,   the      Contract   No.   1*1.1   in   favor  of   E
a well   playful child again. nxeto.   Pedro de Cordoba and Walter! King covering Lot 7, Block 32, Mai
' Millions of mothers keep "California Neotand aro alao fn the cast.     The 1181.
Thoy know a tea-1 photoplay was  produced  by Thomas!    Contract No. 102 in favor of J. C.
Pig Syrup" handy.   *.*-«*.> »««« •• mm*-] •
spoonful today saves a sick child   to-  'I- Ince and is a Paramount Artcraft
morrow.   Ask your druggist for gen- feature.
nine "California Pig Syrup" which hasj  •"*♦-'	
directions for babies and children ofj port William, Ont.— Construction
all ages printed on bottle. Mother! - ],Hh commenced on tho addition to
You must say "California" or you may. be Northwestern Elevator Company's
Abels covering Lot 2, Block 31, Map
1181.
DATED at the Land Registry Office
Nelson, B.C., this 10th day of November, A.D. 1021.
B.  S
STOKES,
Registrar-
SAVE YOUR
A. P. Smith
B. Smith
W. Hart
M. E. Vemibles
KlUB
C. Allele.
Economize Avoid wasteful spending. Join our
Christmas Club und save systematically during the
coming year.
Your Saved Money
will come ill handy for Christmas or provide a snug
nest egg for the Btartlng of it regular savings account.
Save a little money every week for Ihe next fifty
weeks and on Decombei llth, next, you will receive
a check tor the lump sum, plus Interest.
We Have Several Plans
thai will mako it easy for you to Save as you Earn.
Deposit $ .125 weekly and get $ 12.50 plus Int.
Deposit .50 weekly and get 25.00 plus Int.
Deposit 1.00 weekly and get 50.00 plus Int.
Deposit 2.00 weekly and get 100.00 plus Int.
Deposit     5.00 weekly and get   250.00 plus Int.
Or join the lc, 2c or Gc progressive class. The 5c
progressive class, for instance, starts with a deposit
of 5c the first week; 10c the second week; 15c the
third week and so on and at tlie end of 50 weeks
amounts to $.;:i.75. plus interest. Other progressive
classes operate in like manner.
Tho reducing classes start with the largest payment
.-uni reduce each week.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT
(Section 227)
IX TIIE MATTER Ol' AI'l-MI,'ATIOS
NO. 11171*1
AND
Vt THE MAI-TEH OF LOT ■>, BLOCK
|III, OF LOT 111*.', GROUP I, MAI' 1181,
KOOTENAI  IIISTIIICT
Imperial Bank of Canada
C K A \ BROOK,   IM'.
TAKE NOTICE that the abovo ap-
I plication  Iiub been mado to register
John  O.  Abels us owner In teo   of
tho above hinds, nnd for Uio issue to
I thu suid   John   ('.    AbeU of a X.'ortl-
, fUalo of  IndOteaaiblO   Title   thereto,
und Mint In support of such application
i thore hns been  produced u convoy*
. anco dated 22nd July 1020 from tho
, Haynes Lake Land Company Limited,
whose tltlo is Bubjod! to certain con-
jf-ractH for snle (Inter alia) set forth
In the schedule hereto and which eon-
I tracts are unregistered in this office.
AND  FURTHER    TAKE    NOTICE
j that registration will bo offer •■ i
pursuance  of the  abovo application
and a Certificate of Indefeasible Title
to Ithe said lands, issued to the said
John C. Abels   free   from such unregistered ocntracta after the lapse of
| thirty days from the service upon you
respectively of this notice (which ser-
J vico upon  you  respectively may   be
effected by publication hereof for two
wceHs   In  the    "Cranbrook  Herald'1
Newspaper)   unless you    respectively
I or your respective legal representatives shall take and prosecute lhe proper proceedings to establish your reo-
pective claims,   if any,  to  tho said
lands or to prevent such proposed r.e-
j tion on niy part.
The Schedule above referred to;
•Jesse L Lasky
WALLACE
'ALWAYS
.AUDACIOUS"
( Toujour* de L'Audace")
Q QammountQictwe
The amazing tale of a
crook antl : a millionaire
who looked exactly alike.
When the sharper kidnapped his double, took over
his wealth and his sweetheart, then laughed at his
victim's return—
You'll want lo see that
thrilling game finished!
WITH
MARGARET LOOMIS
TIIK COKl'OJtATION OF THE
CITV Ol' ClUNlJItOOK
BY-LAW NO. 201.
AT THE  HEX   PRIDAY  AND  SATURDAY OP Tills WBB.K.
Contract No. Vi in favor of L. A. P.
Smith and 0, D. Smith covering Lot
6,  Block  Itt, Map 1181.
Contrncl No. 101 lu favor of H. F,
Abels covering Lol 1, Block 31, Map
1181.
Contract. No, Hit in favor of E. King
covering Lot 7, Block .12. Map 1181.
Contmet' No. 128 ln favor of C. R.
Bennett, covering Lot 5, Block 32.
Mnp 1181.
Contract No. 115 in favor of D. W.
Hart; covering Lot 3, Block 31, Map
1181.
DATED nl the Land Registry Office,
Nelson, B-O., this 10th day of Novem-
E. S. STOKES,
Registrar.
To. L. A. P. Smith
E. ,B. Smith
H. P. Abels
B. King
0. R. Bennett
D. W. Hart 44-45
A By-Law to provide for the borrowing of Forty Thousand ($-10,000.00)
Dollars for thw purpose of erecting,
equipping uud furnishing a Publiej
School.
WHEREAS it is expedient to borrow
ihe sum of Forty Thousand ($40,1)00--
o(ii Dollars for lhe purpose aforesaid,
AND WHEREAS the amount of rato-
able laud ami Improvements of the>
City, according to Liu last Revised
Assessment! Roll iu one million eight
hundred and eighty-three ihousuud
one hundred uud seventy-five dollari
IJ1,888,175.QQ).
AND WHEREAS it Will be nocus
sary io raise annually ihu »um of ouo
thousand threo hundred mid fifty dollars (-Fi.iiiiO.tiu) to in nn a Sinking
Fund i'or ihe payment of the dobt( umi
tin' sum of two UlOUBtUld six hundred
I.:,',00.01)) Dollars lor lho payment of
Intoroat thereon, making in all   tho
sum of Three thousand uluo hundred
and fifty dollars ($8,960.00) -to bt
raised annually for Lho payment of thi
debt and interest.
AND WHEREAS tho present deben
ture Indebtedness of tlie City of Cranbrook other than the debenture Indebtedness for works of local Improve
meat and for school .purposes Is three
hundred and forty-four Ihousuud eiglu
hundred and eighty-five dollars and
five cents ($344,885,05).
AND WHEREAS Iho value of the
water nud electric light systems owned by the municipally amounts to the
sum of one hundred and elgnty thous
and, two hundred and five dollars and
fifty-three cents  i$180,205.5;.).
AND WHERKAS the said sum of
Forty thousand ($40,000.00) Dollars Is
the amount! of the debt which this By-
Law is intended to create.
NOW THEREFORE the Municipal
Council of the Corporation of the City
nf Cranhrook in Council assembled.
enacts as follows:—
1. I_ shall and may be lawful for
the Mayor of the Corporation of tlie
City of Cranbrook to borrow money
upon the credit of the said Corporation by way of debentures hereinafter
mentioned from nny person or persons*., hotly or bodies corporate, who
may bo willing to advance, the same
as a loan, a sum of money not to exceed in tho whole the sum of Forty
thousand ($40,000.00) Dollars, nnd :c
cause all such sums so raised or re*
ceived to be paid into the hands of
tlie Treasurer of the said Corporation
for tho purpose and with tlte object
hereinbefore recl.ed.
2. It shall be lawful for Ihe Mayor
of tlie said Corporation to cause any
number of debentures to be made, ex*
ecu ted and issued for such sum or
'■urns as may bo required for the purposes and objects aforesaid not ex
ceddlng, however. Ithe sum of Ports
thousand ($40,000-00) Dollars, each of
tho debentures bein.*, of the denomlmt
tion of not less than One hundred
($100.00) Dollars and all such deben
tures shall be sealed with the seal of
he Corporation and signed by the
Mayor and Treasurer thereof.
3. The Debentures shall bear dute
of the firs11, day of March 1022 and shall
be made payable on the lst dny of
March 1942 in lawful money of Can*
ada at the office of tho City Clerk of
the City of Cranbrook, in Cranbrook
aforesaid, which said place of pay
ment shall be designated by the said
debentures, and shall have attached
them coupons for .payment of interest,
and the signatures to the said coupons
may he either written, stamped, printed or Iltliogrnphed.
4. The said Debentures shall bear
in (-rest, at the rate of six and one half
(GVi.%) per centum .per annum from
tho dato thereof which interest ahall
be payable annually at the said office
of the City Clerk of ithe City of Cranbrook lu Cranbrook aforesaid in lawful money of Cannda on tho lst day of
March during the currency thereof
and it shall be expressed in said debentures and coupons to be so payable.
El.   It shall be lawful for the Mayor
of the said Corporation to negotiate
nnd sell the said Debentures.
6. During the currency of tho sold
Debentures thffre shall be raised and
levied in ench yenr hy special rate
sufficient therefore on nil the rateable
land or lands nnd Improvements in
tho aald Municipality the sum of Two
thousand six hundred ($2,000.00) Dollars for iho payment of Interest on the
said Debentures and the sum of One
thousand three hundred and fifty Dollars ($1,860.00) for Iho purposo of
creating a sinking fund for Lho payment of debt represented by the said
Debentures, making lu nil the sum of
Throe thou Band nine hundred and fifty Dollars ($8,960.00).
7. This By-Law shall take effect
on und after the first day of May.
1022,
8. This By-Law may bo cited for
all purposes nB tho "School Debenture By-law, 1922."
Read u first, second and third time
on and after the first dny of March,
Received the assenl of the Electors
on tho 28.h dny of December, 1921.
Reconsidered nnd finally passed and
adopted on the day of	
TAKE NOTICE that the above is a
(rue copy of the proposed By-law up-
•m which the vote of the Electors will
be taken on the 12th dny of January,
1922, in tho Municipal Buildings, Norbury Avenue Cranbrook, B.C., between the hours of 10 a,m. and 8 p.m.
(locnl time).
T. M. ROBERTS,
Dec. 27th, 1921. C.M.C.
jRetljotitst CJnm
11 a.m.—Divine Service.
.12 noon, Sunday School.
7.lit) p.m.—Divine Service.
Preacher, Rev. R. W. Lee
Everyone i» Cordially Invited lo Those Servli
ft,,. ..-: ■nmrjirr..! ■i.iihnipi-i.j tt,,'. _ Ljtpm u ni ijiiU. u^Bj^il , iii*ui j._j pjjjg frimur^ ,M.jii_j
Consolidated Mining & Smelting
of CiiiiiiiIii l.lmll.'il
OFFICES, SMBLTINQ AND IIKFINI.VC DEPARTMBN
THAI
IIHITISII    (Ol.millA
SMELTERS AND  REFINEF
Purchasers ol -UoM, Silver, Goppor mid Loml <
Producers of Gold, Silver, Copper, 111 lies toue, Pig U
Zinc  "TADANAC"  Brand
conrottATJoa of thi: city
OF   CltAMlItOOK
HUN1CIPAI-  FI.FCTION
PUBLIC NOTICE irf hereby given to
the Electors of the Municipality of the
Corporation of the City of Cranbrook,
that 1 require the presence of the said
Electors at tiie Municipal Offlce of the
Corp. ration of the City of Cranbrook
Xorbury Avenue, Cranbrook, D. C, ai
i pin. (local time) ou tho nth day
of January, 1022; for the purpose ofj
sleeting persons to represent them ln
,'liO Municipal Council) as Mayor ami
Aldermen, and tor the purpose of electing persons to repre-iont them as Po
lice Commissioner and Sehooi Trustees.
Tlie mode of nomination of Candidates shall bo as follows:
The Candidates shall be nominated
in writing; the ivrltfng shall be subscribed by two voters of the Municipality as proposer ,uid seconder, and
ahall be delivered to the returning ollicer at any tlpie between the date of
he Notice and 3.00 p. m. (local time)
if the day of the nomination; tlie
Bald writing may be- in tlie form numbered .") in tho schedule of the Municipal Elections Act, nnd r.-mll state the
name, residence, and occupation or
ioscripcton of each psraon proposed,
.ti such manner as Btiftictently to Identify such candidate; and ia the event
of a poll being necessary, pueli poll
will be opened on the 12th day of January. 191'L\ at the Municipal Huilding.
Norbury Avenue, Cranbrook, B. C,
botween the hours of lti.Ct) a.m. (local
time).until .s.Ot) p.m. (local time.) of
wnlch every person is hereby reiiuir-j
ed to take notice and govern himself
accord Ingljg
Tho-f]uallficntioii by law required to!
be possessed by the candidates for tho-j
offlce or ofllces mentioned above are
as follows: .
i'OK .MAYOR, the person qualified
o be nominated for and elected as the
Mayor of any Clly shall be any person \
.vim Is u British subject of the full!
ige at twenty-one years ar.d not dis-,
lliallfled miller any law. and has for;
tho six months next preceding the
lay ol nomination being the registered!
r.vr.or, In the Land Registry Ofllce,
jf Land or Heal Property In the City
»f the assessed value, ou the lasl Mu-j
niclpal Assessment Roll, of One thous-j
ind (.'l.ooo.OU) dollars or more over
-md above anv registered Judgment
jr Charge, and\vl_o Is otherwise duly
|UftHIled ns a Municipal Voter.
FOB.ALDERMAN, the person qnjiH*1
did to be nominated for ana elected.
as tho Aldermen of any City ahall be
any person who is a British subject
of the  full nge of twenty-one years
ami  not disqualified  under any law,)
and has for the six months ne-xt preceding the day of nomination being i
tlte  registered  owner,  in  tlie  Laud
Registry Ollice. of Land or Real Prop-
erty iu tlie City to the assessed value,
on   tlie   last   Municipal   Assessment
Roll, of Five Hundred ($500.00) dollars or more over and above any reg-|
istcred Judgment or Charge, and who
is otherwise duly qualified as a Municipal Voter. ,
FOR POLICE COMMISSIONER, tho
person qualified ;o he nominated for
and elected as the Police Commissioner of any City shall be nny person
who is a British subject of the full
igo of twenty-one years and not dls-!
qualified under any law. and has for J
'he six month-* next preceding Iho day
>t nomination being Uiu registered'
jwner, in the Land Registry Office, of
Land or Real Property in the Clly lo
lho assessed value, on (the last Municipal Assessment Roll, of Fivo hun-
Ired ($500,001 dollars or more over
and above any registered judgment or
barge, and who is otherwise duly
qualified as a Municipal Voter.
SCHOOL TRISTFFS, tho persons
jiuiliiioil   to  be  nominated  for  and
elected   as   School   TrilBtODS   for   the
ironbrook Municipal school Dlstrlcl
hull  he any por ion being a Itrltlsli
ubjeit of the full age of twenty	
oars actually residing vvltlitn the District; nnd having boon for Ihe six
months next prowling the date of
nomination the rogistered owner, In
lie Land Roglstry omen, of Und or
teal Property in tho City School
DlBlrlot of tllfl assessed value, on tlie
laat Municipal Assessment Roll, of
Hvo hundred (-ffiOO.OO) dollars or
more over and above any registered
Judgment or Charge,, and being otlier-
n qnnlffled to volo at an Flection
of Sehooi Trustees in tho said Sehooi
District, shall ho eligible to ho elected
or lo serve as a School Trustee In
itch City School district.
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rrunbrook, Like Wind.-
Holden Seme.
Monday und Tliuraduy,
—HO. 841, leavo 9 a.m
nnd   **',turday—XO. S2i
p.m.
For  further   particular
any tlckot ageu
J. IS. TROCTOI
District Passenger Ageu
.MoiiIiiiiii liestail
Cigars, Cigarettes um
Meals nt All Hoi
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Address, (Inrdell Avo. Orn,
Phono 269 P. O. D
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THOMAS M. HOI
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Kitchen, All Conveniences
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BRINGS OP ALL KINDS, BAZAARS, Etc.
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THE STEWARD or SECRETARY, G. W. *t Thursday, Jan. 5tli, 1923
THE      CRANBROOK      HERALD
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WHY    OPERATE 1
Kay 18th, 1920.
Ceylon, Sunk.
Ilenr Mrs. Almas:
1 had very e°nd rosulle with "Hepa-
tola " I Hunk I palled abonl 100 or
mora ga'.l stones. I alinll always tell
others lhe holp I received through
taking your treatment.
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Prico 86.60       Not sold by (.rtiggl.U
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I l It>l Kits'  INSTITUTE
RegnUr Meeting
BKCON1I  8ATI.K1.AY  ot each
... ntt. nt 8 p.in. In the I'ltj Hall
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Mm-la In tin
1-arlah Hall
afternoon of
Ural Tuesday
at 3 p.m.
Pros:   Mrs.
Constantino
Bec-trons: Mrs. O. Taylor, - - Boi 268
All ladles co-dlally intlted.
KNK.HTS OF PYTHIAS
Craakrock, B. C
Wests every Tuaaday at 8 im. la
tht mteraltr Ball
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H. h. Harrison, K.R. 4 S.
F. Kummer, M.F.
Visiting br-thra cordially li
flwd t» attend.
I. O. O. F.
KEY CITY LODGE, No. 42
Meets evory
^Monday night at
Clapp's Hall.
Sojourning Oddfellows cordially
Invited.
F. 0. Monla.W. M. Harris, P.O.
Noble Orand. Rec Sec.
Night
1 Cough
f^HESTS torn and made
^■^ sore by an incessant
night cough, arc comforted
and strengthened by Peps,
When placed in ihe
mouth, Peps dissolve away
into powerful healing and
germicidal vapours that are
breathed straight to the
lunga,   Harmful germs in
tlii (lifoai tre immrdaiely <.«-
Iroytct, lorcnrii ftnrj inflamnitticm
in lhe ln.nt.ln.il iu-.es it toail.rd
kWSey, olii rvciii ni are loftened
■mi I gat rid of. In Pt.pt you have
• •>» bencfut of pincforcn tittl-
mem nt home. Take il>em for a.
COUgh, cold or a (hill, for grippi, lore
thtoai, mfeci tout colditnd bronchitis.
All dnttiti*t*tfiui .ttitt.te-U i*rt,a
„t mi,-., lu »«/or|l/J w nml le.
Biambfur VltlAI SAMPl.Bta I'tfs
fo., hue-suit St ft TnifHtn,
—'•^tfaft^
mt
A catt]e stampede, bo realistic that
even the most blase of Broadway's
motion picture fans were moved to
.applause, is a feature of "The Sky
Pilot," which will be shown beginning Friday next for a two-day engagement at the Star Theatre.
Since the beginning of motion pictures, directors have attempted to
reach the superlative ln making their
audiences thrill with tbe emotions of
fear and suspense; and many times
have they succeeded. But never, it ls
declared, has the equal of King Vid-
or's striking stampede scenes been alloyed with celluloid. Four thousand
head of cattle ln a mad lunge toward
(tie camera provide dramatic tension
that stands In a place by itself in
motion picture production.
In order to film these scenes It
was necessary to "plant" the cameras
In an eight-foot-deep pit.   Nine differ*
G01-1)E\ LAND DISTRICT
MSTKICT OF EAST KOOTENAY
TAKE notice tiiat Lionel Edwaid
Rnbln Booth of Alix. Alta., occupation Rancher, intends to apply for permission to purchase tlie following described lands:—
Commencing at a post planted at
tho South west corner of 1-iOt 10325.
Group I, Kootenay District; thence
North 20 chnins; thence West 20
chains; thence South 20 chains;
thence Kast 20 chnins to place of
commencement,
LIONEL EDWARD ROBIN BOOTH.
81st Noember, 1921. 42-50
BAPTIST CHURCH
PASTOR  W.  T.  TAPSCOTT
8UNDAT  NBXT
BONDA?   SUBJECTS:
11 n.m -"THK STORY OT OUR
TKU'GU  MISSION."
12 noon. Sunday School.
7.30  pin.      "THB CHOIC1 OT
MOSES."
Prayer M«ttta» TIum**    tt
YOU ARK WBLCOint
FIFTY YEARS IS TIIE
ItUNMM-; DIAMOND DYES
STILL (.(UNO STROM*
Somebody out ot touch with truth,
unci* said there ls no sentiment in
t>uttu«ss. Another greater ln wisdom,
declared: "They profit most who
serve belt"
All this year a concern thot helped
put Burlington, Vermont, on tho map
of national business, Is celebrating
fifty years of successful service to
the womanhood of tlte world. "Diamond Dyes'* Is half a century old
and they are having a series of happy
episodes to make tlie anniversary a
noteworthy oue.
"Diamond Dyes" is a heroic exain-
plo of the power of advertising, for
tho plant of smull beginnings now
ocvera a city block. The business was
built on "making good" the advertising that has made "Diamond Dyes"
a house-hold. Pomlbly the greatest
attsot of this proved aid to economy
Is the good will ot families that runs
through generations. Young women
toll that their mothers und grandmothers heforo them, were Diamond
Dyo enthusiasts. They llko the Diamond "service plan" whicli makes it
clear that tor a few cents It Is easy
to "dye old things new."
The Wells & Richardson people are
f-olug to make the golden jubilee ot
Diamond Dyes nation wide. They will
do this by the biggest newspaper advertising appropriation ever made in
tho fifty years of service.
rOMlNU TO TIIK RBX WEDNESDAY
AND THURSDAY NEXT
iff-*-*
ent cameras and    cameramen    were
called uon for the filming.
Featured In "The Sky Pilot" aro
Coleen Moore, John Bowers, David
Butler and Harry Todd. Tho story
was taken fiom Ralph Connor's book
of the same title.
CURLING ORGANIZED
FOR THE WINTER IN
THE WINDERMERE
(Special to Tho Herald)
Invermere, B.C., Dec. 31, 1921. —
Tho short sharp twang of cold weather haB given greater Impetus to the
curling game In this district than hus
been for many a yenr. The enthusiasts of the district foregathered recently and revived for tho winter thc
Windermere District Curling Association. This comprises threo rinks from
Athalmer, three from Wilmer aud four
from this place. Ice has been made
good on the huge rlnk at Athalmer
and all arrangements are perfected
for tho opening of the bonsplel on
New Year's day. After the events In
this contest have been played off then
the Individual rinks will como down
to trials of skill amongst themselves.
Former officers ot the Canadian Militia or Canadian Expeditionary Force
now resident in the province of British Columbia, who have been transferred to Uie Reserve of Officers, are
reminded that they should report In
writing to the General Officer Commanding, Military District No. 11. Esquimau, B.C . not later than tho 1st
of April, 1922. giving address for thc
current year, otherwise they will bo
removed from tho Reserve of Offlcers
on lst September following.
CORNS
Lift Off with Fingers
DURING
THE
l'AST
WEEK
We have had occasion to observe several Holiday purchases of big manufacturing and
other business concerns. Without exception .these men
bought "Made ln B-C." goods.
As we approach the New Year,
lt is a good time to consider the
"Made In BO." Idea with more
seriousness than ever, because
our citizens are entitled to employment, and lt is only by ov-
eryono Individually and collectively backing this idea that
will bring about right conditions.
l*Tcm.rmK~car&*m
FaetortMatAkkot-jfor-l ft Utetr
Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop a little
"Freezone" on an aching corn, In*
stantly that corn elope hurting, then
shortly you lift It right oft with fingers.   Truly!
Your druggist sells a tiny bottle ot
"Freefone" tor a few cents, sufficient
to remove every hard corn, soft corn,
or corn between tbe toes, and tba cal-
lnsiM, without Mreiiwi or Irritation.
*•"%. -     -     ■-
ji Jnomas Ji. Jnce
; jj prcsvnfr
! I   DOROTHY
{DALTON
ttt.
The Dark j
Mirror"
(paramount irtewft
QiclarQ
rinslihitf wltb tlie c lor, fashion and luxury of New York's
"upper ten."
Tainted against tho murky
background of tlie Bowery underworld-
lt< autii'iil Dorothy Dalton as
belle of her social &ct. and tlie
"queen" of her gangster pals,
Itonmnce, thrills and mystery
— scene after seeno — In this
thrilling novel by
LOUIS JOSEPH VANCE
CAROL SINGERS USHERED
\.\ CHRISTMAS; YICAB
TAKI.S FIRST SERVICES
C.P.R. PRESIDENT SENDS
GREETINGS TO EMPLOY
EES FOR Till: NEW YEAR
President B. W- Beatty, of the Can
adlan Pacific, sends tho following
message of New Year's greeting to
employees and officials of tlie company:
WINNIPEG.—"In wishing the officers and employees of tlie company
and tho members of their families the
greatest measure of health and happiness during the coming years, may I
express !!ie hope thut the same good
will and co-operation, entluisiasm.and
loyalty whicli linve marked the career
and Inspirited the success of the Canadian Pacific during the forty years
of Its existence, will be continued In
1922 and that above and beyond all
olse. our chief aim be to promote the
best interests of the Canadian people,
and by our united efforts and efficient
service accelerate the development
and progress of our great Dominion."
(Speclul to The Herald)
Invermere, B. C. Dec 81, 1921—
Chrlstmai was ushered lu in the good
uld-fushluricd form uf enrol singing In
the open air. a number of "waits" going around to various places on
Christmas Eve and singing well
known carols. A team and sleigh
were kindly loaned and to the accotn*
panlment of jingling sleigh bells the
coral singers greatly enjoyed their
celebration. At many houses they
were invited to enter and made merry
music over mince pies, coffee and
Christmas confections. Those whom
they visited much appreciated the
Christmas spirit which prevailed and
their efforts greatly delighted those
wlio wero not able through physical
tlrmttleS to get out on Christmas
day.
Sunday and Monday were botli cel-
hrutt.d as Christmas feasts, the former lu a religious way and the latter
in the secular by private dinners, A]l
the children in the iieV-T-.borhof.id
wero well remembered In gifts from
Christmas trees which were given In
four villages, not one child, no
matter how young, being forgotten by
Santa Claus.
Hev. F. B. Atkinson, who has been
appointed as Vicar by the Bishop of
Koolenay lo preside over the destinies
of the Windermere District took his
first services as a fully ordained
priest on Christmas day holding services at Invermere nnd Wilmer lu
tho early morning and nt Windermere
at eleven o'clock. Tliere was a large
attendance at each service and all
took the opportunity of expressing
their appreciation over tho appointment of Mr. Atkinson to offico.
MIhh Deane has urrived from the
Old Country on a short visit to bur
sister Mrs. P. O. Edgell at hor home
on the Benches.
Mr- Thomas Walker of the Imperial
Hank of Canadn branch at Trochu,
Alberta, and his sister Knthcrinc,
from Cranbrook, have been homo on
a short visit to their parents nt Ajax
Ranch,
Beauty Hs.it for Women
For
clear
skin
and
bright
eyes
Take
Sold
everywhere
in boxes
Wlit'ii food is only iraporfoctly digested,
it gives t'iso t" fermentation, clogs tlie
bowels, nnd renders the blood impure.
Tbis results in dull eye i, muddy skin,
blotches, pimples and other disfiguring
marks. Beecham's Pills act immediately
mi tin' stomach, liver and bowels; regulate them and keep tlii'in itt a vigorous
condition. They (ire mild, harmless and
dependable. They are compounded of
remedies of vegetable origin having
great medicinal value.
(Cham's
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50c-90 pilU
"ALWAYS AUDACIOUS"
WEALTHY SOCIETY
MAN VICTIM OF
CROOK DOUBLE
(A Rhymeless Review by C.K.U.)
Perry Dan ton, rich, lionized, admired.
Had a double— a crook,   dlBpised of
men.
Vet bold, daring ami keenly resource-;
ful.
Slim Attucks he was called—his life's I
motto
Was  "Toujours   de  L'Audace,"—always audacious.
Thus, to win a fortuno and bride of
charm.
He   impersonates   Perry— supplants
khtm
And sends him forth a penniless outcast.
But when Perry returns—grimly resolved
To regain his own—stern fate Jeers
nl him
t'utll his dog—his only friend—faithful.
True, points the way to fortune aud
lovo.
Wallace Iteid, as Perry and Slim, reveals
The secret well-springs of Uieso beings—one,
Noble,  tiie other base, each  vividly
Thc embodiment of the truism—
"Always Audacious-" In  life   or    on
screen
Makes some men great, some Infinitely mean.
WOOD
for Sale
SATISFACTION
GUARANTEED
— Phone —
Hern's Ranch
*>HTI>Y OF EESINOU"
ADAPTED FOB SCREEN
Mutiny on lho high seas, as depict-j
wl by the master pen of the late Jack
lxmdon and plcturized for the screen
by Metro, will be the forthcoming
attraction at the Star theatre, wheu
"The Mutiny of the Elsiuore" will be
shown next Wednesday and Thursday.
This big new Metro production,
with an all-star cast, presents tho
London novel In all tlie grim power
of its conception, "^portraying as it
does tho conflict of a group of gunmen who attempt to to take over control of the good ship "Elsinore" on
her voyage round the Horn, and the
pistol and rifle battle that ensuea between tho gangsters and tho ship's
officers.
Tho story is one of thrilling sus-
pense and rife with situations that
make tho nerves tingle with the excitement oi impending danger. Written by the master hand of the late
Jack London, the novel from which
tiie picture is taken constitutes one
of the best of tho dead author's most
celebrated works.
Supporting Mitchell Lewis ln the
role of John Pike are Helen Ferguson,
Noah Bery, (asson Ferguson, William
V. Mong. Sidney D'Albrook. Norval
MacGregor and J. P, Ixwkney. Tho
picture was directed by Edward Slo-
limn. from the scenarlclzatlon of tlie
London novel by Albert Shelby Le-
Vino.
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CROSS-KEYS HOTEL
Largest and Best in the City
SUNDAY   SPECIAL
Farm House Chicken Dinner :      :   75c.
J. BUCHANAN
Proprietor
The story ot "Always Audacious,"
at the Hex Priday and Saturday, at
i..'gular prices, is as follows:
Perry Danton, a young San Francisco millionaire, has a double, Slim
Attucks, a gentleman crook, who was
born on the same day as Perry and ls
just like lilm In every physical respect, ln tho lobby of a big hotel,
Slim is startled wheu a beautiful girl
Camilla Hoyt, accosts him and asks
Miii why he failed to keep a certain
appointment. He realizes tie has a
double in the city and guessing that
the man la rich, decides to play the
game.
Slim gleanm the necessary facts
from Iiis talk with Camilla and writes
31 three of his acocmpllces to come and
help lilm, and soon has them installed as butler for Perry, maid for Camilla and telephone operator in the office of Theron Ammidown executor of
Perry's estate. One night Slim waylays Perry, shanghaies him on a tramp
steamer and steps into his place In
private and social life.
Perry arrives in Honolulu and
wires back trying to establish his
Identity, but so skilfully has Slim
worked that Ammidown believes Perry to be a crook. Perry returns on
>other tramp steamer, jumps overboard in port, arrives home and Jerry, the butler, Slim's accomplice,
calls him a crook and refuses to admit him.
None of Perry's old friends -will
believe his story, Ammidown orders
hlin from the oflce, and even Camilla
Ignores him as an Importer, Perry
stops in front of a newspaper office,
decides to tell his story of hlg adventures to the city editor. The editor believes him and assigns a reporter to help him dig to tho bottom of|
the case.
A test Is arranged In Ammidown's!
office and Slim beats Perry at every
stage of the inquiry. Being a hand-
writing eppert, he has easily dupli-'
catcd Perry's writing. At a dinner at
the St. Francis, the evening before
the occasion of turning over by Ammidown of Perry's estato tt) Slim,
Karl Payne, a Palo Alta banker whom
Slim has victimized In a previous
denl, sees Perry In the lobby, thinks:
ho Is Slim and orders thc hotel dttec-1
tive to arrest him.
<!recti, tho reporter, tells the detective Perry's story and gets him to
release him for a while. Perry, impersonating Slim, talks with the maid
and the butler accomplices of SJfm
nnd they unconsciously give away
Slim's game. Next day Perry flashes
this evidence, but having had no witnesses, Ammidown and Camilla will
jnot believe him- Slim now suggests
Perry's arrest. Payno again Insists
) upon it and they are about to lead
! him away when an unexpected Incident occurs which establishes Perry's
t Identity and exposes Slim as the 1m-
I poBtor.
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GOOD DEPORT ON
'MIST SUPPOSE",
COMING NEXT WEEK
	
Calgary, Alta..
Jan. 2-::.
W. a Gilroy,
Mgr. Auditorium,
('ranbrook, B.C.
'J'ust Suppose'* enthusiastically received by press and public here tonight. This charming, romantic comedy of youth and love one of the most
delightful plays ever presented here.
Felt I should like you and Cranbrook
theatre-goers to realize the importance of this presentation, this Is my
reason for sending you this wire-
A. H- TURBUR.V.
Mgr. Grand Theatre.
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physicians during 22 years and proved safe by millions for
Colds Headache Rheumatism
Toothache        Neuralgia Neuritis
Earache Lumbago Pain, Pain
Ilanrly "Daycr" boxes of 12 tnMotn—Also bottles of 21 anrl 100—Dnigpsti.
A.plrl,, i. thl lrn.1* mnrk [r-ftot-TBd I" f*nnilni ut Ray« Mnnul.'ture ut Mono.
trctlcacldHtcr St BalloyllcaoW. WhllB It I. W.ll know,, that Aspirin m"n„, Daytr
manlulK'iur,-. tn it.ilit the i»ul,llr aiinliiHt linltailnn.. th. Tet.l. t» ,,t lin.er .'omDinv
1,111 he nsmpstt with their fener.l trade murk, the "Bayer er,,.,"
REDMAC
The Moat Wonderful Tonic Known. It will lift you right up on your feet. Thousands
can testify to the Wonderful, Stimulating, liracing, Curing Effect. It has the largest
sale of any  Medicine in Canada.     Sold by the Craubrook Drug k Book Co. PAGE    SIX
"IE      CltANBROOK      II E It A h t)
Thursday, Der. 29th, 1931
City items of interest
In.suro witli Uealo and Elweli.
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A Hard Tliuus Danco will bo givou
lu the u. w v. A. Hall uu TuMday
eveuint uC a-sxt wook, January lath-
Admission, Ladles 60 cants, Gentlemen one dollar. Music by Cranbrook
Dance Orchestra. Refreshments will
bo served.
LANK  KI.UISTHY ACT
(Section 1G0)
IN THK .MATTER of Uta 14 and 15
of Lot 30, Group 1, Cranbrook City,;
Map 953, Kootenay District.
Proof having been filed in my of-j
ffflco of the loss of Certificate ot
Title Nu. 4620-1, to tho nbovemention-
cd lands ln the name of Daniel Woodward, nnd bearing dato lho 2nd May
1917, i hereby pho notico of my intention at the oxplratloo of one calendar month from tho first publication hereof to issue to the Bald Daniel
Woodward a Provisional Certificate
of Title in Hen of Buch lost Certificate. Any person having Information
with reference to such lost Certificate is requested to communicate with
the undersigned-
Dated at the Land Registry Office
Nelson, B.O. thjfi 22nd day of December, 1921.
B,  S- STOKES,
Registrar
Dato of First Publication January
6th*  1922. 45-47
NOTICE
rim annual mooting of tho Cranbrook nnd District Agricultural Asho-
Clattou will be held this evening, Friday. December Oth. at the City Hull.
A t;jod uttt-HiUiutt/u uf member* uud
tfiosi   iu.ermiLed   Is   retjutftfied.
Tungsten Lamps— 15 und 25 watt,
loo; 40 and 50 watt, 50c| 100 watt Nitrogen, $1-S5. Our low prices win
every time. W. F.  DORAN.
+   +   +
Carl Helmer, a Swede, was brought
in from Kimberley this week, und
found to be mentally unbalanced. He
is to be taken ou to New Westminster
very shortly, and in the meantime is
being held at the city goal.
+    -f-    +
"Turn to the right" will be a universal rule in thia province from next
week on, taking effect at the Coast
on Sunday next in according to the
legislation passed ai Victoria- About
eighteen months grace was allowed
at tlie Coast to give Uio U. C. B. R.
tlmo to have Us equipment converted
for the change.
,       NOTICE
KEY (ITY  LODGE, NO. 19, I.O.O.F.
, Tho regular meeting of Key City
Lodgo No. 42, I.O.O.F-. will be held
on Monday evening next, January 9th,
| at 8 p.m., In the Auditorium. I natal-
' latlon of officers will talto flfluco.
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Boys and girls should
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Nothing can please
theramore or give better
service th_.*.. a pair of
Automobile
or Cycle Skates
These skates have all the
good qualities that have
made Cup.ana Cycle and
Hotor skates famous.
Ac their moderate prices it
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DELANY & SINCLAIR
P. O. Box 021
I'hone 84
IV, I), ll I i.i, hns decided upon u novel   idea   for   four
weeks.   Kludlj read carefully our plan to reduce our very
In in j  slock of Ladloswoar and Staples as well ns Hoots
and Shoes.
We will refund in Cash to every Tenth Cash Customer one-
half of their jmrchase. For instance—A customer purchasing
$3.00 worth of merchandise, if
she he lucky enough to be the
1 <it li purchaser, will receive
$1.60 In aettial Cash. Please
note carefully that this will
mean every lutli Cash Customer, .'Oth Cash Customer, 30th
Cash Customer and so on. Hut
please note that the Customers
will commence with No. 1 each
morning, Should No. 10 Customer be lucky enough to purchase a Coal, Suit or Dress, or
anything amounting to even
$60,00 or $li..00, she will be
promptly paid one-half the
amount before she leaves the
store, in Cash.
This Sale is authentic nnd
tVHES IIILI, PUTS ON A
SALE — IT'S GENUINE
Tliis Novel Sale Commences on
JAN. 7th
A u ntisolot-oly correct accounting
Mill lie kept of <'v<T) ]iurcli»HO and we
Invito Inspection from any reputable
person*
W. D. HILL
THE DRY GOODS SPECIALIST
Cecal mm.
Mr, umi Mrs- Thou. Caven and daughter returned this w«e_t frum a vi«lt
iu Calgary,
Miss Helen Hodgson returned to
Nelson early this week after spending the holiday season at home here.
Alderman and Mrs. Binning returned thia week from a visit with relatives in Calgary.
Dr. and Mra Miles returned tliis
week from Spokane after a short visit over New Year's.
BORN.—On Thursday, December
...iiii, at the St. Eugene Hospital, to
.Mr .and Mrs. .las. Wheaton, a wn.
Horn To Mr. nnd Mrs. Chas. Ryder, of Wattsburg, on Thursday, January 5th, at tho Ha, Bnigone tlo-sp-
itni, a son*
T. M. it. Stewarl returned this woek
from a brief business trip to Calgary.
His stay thero wa« shortered somewhat when lie received word of tbe
mishap whereby his partner, "W. ltat-
ollfTo, brnko a bono in hie leg.
After a long stay at Uie hospital,
extending over seroral months, Henry Roper passed away this week on
Wednesday. Little Is known of blm
or whether he has nny relatives In
this country, nnd it is probable ha
will bo buried here.
W- D. Hill and son Stanley drove
to Hull River bills week receiving
word that Wilbur Hill was laid up.
He Is now making good progress, but
will probably not be working again
for  some little timo.
A Hard Times Dance will be given
In the G. W. V. A. Hall on Tuesday
ovoning of next week, January 10th.
Admission, Ladles ~>Q cents, Gentlemen one dollar. Music by Cranbroolt
Dance Orchestra. Refreshments will
be served.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Staples were
(111ristmas visitors with Mr, and Mrs-
H. A McKowan, Cranbrook Mr. p.nd
Mrs- ll. Cartwrlght were also at Cranbrook for the week-end, guests of
tlieir daughter. Mrs. J. R. MacDon-
0)d.—Nelson News.
S. W. Bailey of tho Star Theatre
has just completed the installation
of a new lighting System fior the
house during the showing of the pictures. The centre lights will throw
a diffused pale green, and the side
lights a reddish-purple tint, the Intention being to uso them according
to the requirements of the picture,
Another effort of the Star to get "at-
modphere" to tho bouse to the utmost extent is seen in tho addition
of au organ to the orchestral accoutrement
Acting Jon information received.
Provincial Constable] Mortimer thl>
week brought in nn old trapper named llntler, who was found destitute in
his shack near Wattsburg. Acting
wilb promptitude Constable Mortimer reached the man when he was In
pretty dire straits and there is no
doubt had he beeu left much longer,
aid would have been too late. He
was brought in to the hospital suffering from frostbite, and iu a geuer-
el debilitated state.
What if elections come nud don't go
tlie way wo think they ought; what
If wo do have to turn night Into day
to keep abreast of tbe work; wliut if
we don't cuil according to the skip's
directions; what does it matter? We
can smile through it all, go to it all
tho harder and be happy, for tho last
hours of the old year brought to tbo
editorial family circle* a new wee
baby face, a daughter, born on Friday,
December 30th, at tho Cottage Hospital.
BORN. — On Frldny, December
IlOth, at. tho St. Eugene Hospilal, to
■ Mr. and Mrs. s. Malcolm, a son
Tlie Methodist Ladies' Aid will
meet at the home ot Mr. W. H. Wilson
011 Tuos&ay net, January 10th, ut 3
p.m.
NOTICE
RBI CITY LODGE, NO. 18, I.OO.I'.
Tbo regular meeting of Key City
Lodgo No. 42, I.O.O.F-, will be held
on Monday evening next, January 9th,
at s p.m.. In the Auditorium. Installation of offlcors will take place.
WANT ADS.
STAIt SECOND  IUM)  STORK
I'hone 0.
We pay the best priced going for all
kinds of furniture. We buy anything from a mouse trap to an automobile.
WANTED— Loan of $2,000 for one
j ear from private party, will pay
li.',. interest. Security, Second
Mortgage improved buslnasa 1 ;<>
perty In Cranbrook. Address P. O-
llox 332. Cranbrook. 4P
WANTED—Girl   for   general   housework.   Particulars at Herald Offico.
43
A regular meeting of tlie C R. C.
Board of Directors was held on Tuesday evening of this week at tlie home
of Mra.  F.  W.  Green.
It is understood that Mr. and Mrs-
II. \V. EdmonBon may shortly be returning to this city to ugain reside
here after their short sojourn in Nelson.
BORN.-— To. Mr. aud Mrs. Thoa,
Walker, of this city, at the St. Eugene
Hospital, on Saturday, December 31,
LOST—Fox Terrier dog.    Apply 0.
J.  Spreull. 45
WANTED—To hear from ownor of
good Farm for sale. State cash
price, full particulars. D. F. Bush,
B-_.lm_eulK.llB, Minu.    45-47-49-51-1-3
a mooting was bold In the Y. M.
C, a. on Tuesday iu counctlon with
tho proposal to organize a Boy Scout
Troop here, hut there wero not enough presont to go ahead with tho
final arrangement*. Thoro will probably bf another meeting about the
17th when more progress Is hoped for.
Sickness has laid up three of the
teaching staff this week, Miss Blanlt-
enbach, Miss sing and Miss Nelll being compelled to relinquish * their
work temporarily' Mr. B, A. Moorhouse Is meanwhile carrying on Miss
Neill's work with the commercial
class at the high school, and Mrs. J.
It- MacDonald is hack at tho Central
School temporarily.
A Hard Times Dance will be given
In tbe G. \V- V. A. Hall on Tnesd,."
evening of next weok, January 10th.
Admission, Ladies 50 cents. Gentlemen oue dollar. Music by Cranbrook
Danco Orchestra. Refreshments will
be served.
E. H. L, Attree of Fcrt Steele who
recently broke his wrist In an en
counter with a Ford car, was In the
city this week ascertaining progress
as to bis injured arm- He will bo
compelled to be without its uso for
some weeks yet. Along with E. How
ard also of Fort Steele. Mr. Attree
made a short trip to Calgary thii
week.
The war memorial lias been put in
place on the grounds of the G. W.
V, A. grounds, and as soon as the
weather conditions permit it is like
ly an unveiling ceremony will be
held. Tho monument is a very dignified und pleasing memorial, but
one cannot help thinking that it
seems Inadequate to do honor to the
soldiers of the Cranbrook district.
Dr. J- H. King and Mr. M, A. Mac
doiiald wero visitors In the city for
a short timo this week, stopping off
ni their way back to tho Coast from
Ottawa. Iu connection with their visit some representations were put up
to tho local Liberals as to whether it
could be arranged lo get Dr. King a
seat here to clear the way to his inclusion fn tbe Dominion cabinet, but
sentiment In the riding is understood
to bave been unanimous In favor of
Mr. Beattie holding tbo seat he has
won.
Judge Thompson this week passed
Eohtenco on the two prisoners recent-
hroug.it up by Constable Mortimer on
theft charges, Benj. Teed, pleading
guilty to three charges of burglary
and being in possession of stolen property, was sentenced to two years on
each charge. Hen rich Drier, of Wasa. alsa plead guilty to two charges
or burglary and two ot being in possession of stolen property. He was
given four years on each count, tlie
uentonces running concurrently in
both cases. Judge Thompson made
a strong summing up before parsing sentence, pointing to the frequency of potty larcory, and the fact
that it. had In the Inst named case
particularly, heen carried on over a
number or yenrs. deliberately and
(systematically.
Ladies! We havo jimt passed into
stock 80 Ladies! Coats In all si?*er.
fashions latest models, priced from
$19-00 to $30.50—somo fur trimmed,
others without. Should you happen
in he tho lucky No. 10 as advertised
■i" w'U receive in Cash one-half tho
amount bi fore you leave the store.
This Sale mi, Udnoefl Saturday, January 7th. The curly bird will get tbe
worni.
\\'.   D.  HILL,
the Ladles' Specialist,
Mr, Pred M* Brown, formerly of
this clly, has been elected president
of the British Columbia Oreeters, or
the association of hotel clerks. Many people will remember Mr. Brown
from Ills association with the former Royal Hotel when It was run by
Mr. Van Decnr. Mr. Brown hns been
in the hotel business twenty-five
years and is a real old timer. "I liked lt," bo says "and that's why I stayed with it. I was a chef nt the Van
Decnr Hotel on Main Street, Vancouver, before it becamo tbo Cunningham Hotel, but 1 left that to clerk
and I liked it hetter, perhaps because
it's easier work." In his twenty-five
yenrs of hotel work Mr. Brown has
travelled from Winnipeg to Vancouver. "But. Vancouver Is the place T
will stay for .the rest of my days,' ho
says. Mr. Brown is new clerk at the
Martinique Hotel, Granville Street.
Vaucouver.
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GLASSES
WELL FITTED
secure aud comfortable
mounting thiit hold
the lenses in unchanging position before your
eyes.
Lenses of the proper
size and shape to conform to your features
and give you a full
range of vision.
Those nro tho things
that mean stylo ns well
as comfort In your
glasses. And that Ih
the kind you will get
horo.
W. H. WILSON
MFG. OPTICIAN
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BORN.—To Mr. and Mrs. 0. Q. Lnr-
8en,*al tbo Cottage Hob pi tal, on Sunday, January 1st, a son.
Forty Ladles' Skirts ut one-half
prices. These too will go and tho lucky 10th purchaser will in addition receive one-half of the purchase price
in tush before she leaves tlie Store.
W. D. IIII.I
On Tuesday of thia week Hector
Hernlman, 17, appeared before His
Honor Judge Thompson charged with
receiving stolen property. It appeared from the evidence that Hemimafl
was anxious to secure a grumnphone,
and to achieve his object be broke into and entered the store of W. W.
Kllby. the local second band merchant- Aocused pleaded guilty to thc
offense through his counsel, Mr, G.
J. Spreull. and nt the same time asked for leniency owing to bis youth
Judge Thompson fn passing sentence
of one years suspended sentence remarked that ft was with great reluctance that he gave suspended sen
tenee. A number of the youths fn thi
district appeared to think that sus
ponded sentence was all they could
get. but the learned Judge said: "I
intend to disabuse their minds of that
idea.'* Hernlman will havo to reporl
to the police authorities at stated periods.
TI19 Fleishman Cup. coveted by the
curlers, still abides in Fernie. but lt
it not because efforts' bave not been
made to bring it back to Crnnbrook.
Last Saturday night two rinks went
down skipped by J. Milne and R H.
McPhee. and white the latter finish
ed strong, the other rink went down
that much and a little more, aud tho
cup Stayed bome. The rinks were
J. .Milne. McKenzie Morrison. Lester
Clapp, W. Hbnderson; EJ. H. McPhee. A. C, Shankland, W. M. Harris, R. Burge. Wednesday of this
week two more rinks went down, nnd
the cup is still at Fernie. Those rinks
were W. F. Cameron, W. D. Gilroy.
Jno. Martin antl N. A. Walllnger
A. \V* Hodgson. F. M, McPherson.
C. J. Little aud G. Hoggarth.
A quantity of Ladles', Misses* and
Children's underwear at a reduction
of 25 per cenl off the regular selling
price:!. Please note that should .you
be the lucky 10th purchaser you will
receive the discount and one-half the
purchase iu Cash before yon leave the
Store.
W. D. HILL.
C. R. C. HOCKEY
The first gamo of lho season was
field on ^Saturday night. December
3rd, When tlie Wycllffe team came to
Cranbrook to give tbo Craubrook
Recreation Club team a game, which
Cranbrook won 4-2,
The first period was scoreless; individual plays wero good, but no
combination. In lho second period
H. Bridges scored twice for Cranbrook ami Wycllffe still remained
scoreless. In the third period Cranbrook aagin tallied, H, Bridges passing from a scrum near Wycllffe goal
to C. Gill, who scored, followed by
Wycllffe scoring their first goal
from centre Ice. The play now speeded up n little more nnd Cranhrook
.venl through again, F. Bamford scoring off a puss from C. Gill. The final
goal went to Wycllffe, which was
mado by Jim Jones.
Belli teams Inch combination as
thero was only occasional pusses,
but the Individual plays were fair
and there wns very little rough play.
Much credll must go to Wycllffe as
they played several players who were
new to tho game. Crowe In goal and
little Jim Jones were the backbone
of iho team, H. Bridges was tho
most effecllve mnn on the Cranbrook
team, scoring twice and assisting In
another, while Tom Hoggarth played
a good game in goal. Mr. Chirk of
ihe Y.M.C.A. refereed the game.
On Monday the C. R. C. team play-
a team made up from the Y. M. C A. j
The latter for the most part locked
praltcice, and the C. R. C. boys had
an easy victory by something like
10 to I, f
Hockey Practice Schedule
Monday—7 to 8 p.m.—men.
Tuesdny—7 to 8 p.m.-—ladles
Wednesday—7 to S  p.m.—men.
Thursday—7 to 8 p.m.—ladies
Saturday—12,3. to 1.30—Jr. boys.
1.30 to 2.30—Jr. glrl.s
FURTHER BARGAINS
in connection with our January Clearance Sale will be
I'ound below. See page 3 of thia paper for a full announcement of this well known Fink January Bargain-
Time event.   Of interest to'everyone.
WOMEN'S COATS
$2.75 IIourg Dress ..
$8.00 House Dross ..
$8,50 llotis'e Dress ..
$4.00 House Dross .
$1.25 House Dress
$!l.00 Serge Dress .
$11.25 Serge Dress .
$13,00 Serge Dress .
$:.'.i.50 Serge Dress ..
i'-S.OO Serge Dress ..
$29.00 Serge Dress .
$30.00 Serge Dress
$37.00 Serge Dress ..
$38.00 Serge Dress .
$89.00 Serge Dress .
$•10.00 Serge Dress ..
$43.00 Serge Dress .
$.5.00 Serge Dress .
$46.00 Serge Dress .
$27.50 Cr il
30.00 Co_. .
31.00 Coat .
35.00 Coat
30.00 Coat .
40.00 Coat .
42.00 Coat .
43.00 Coal .
45.00 Coal .
55.5(1 Coal. .
5(1.00 Coal .
00.00 Con
02.00 (*iml .
(i5.oo Coal .
75.00 Coal
77.00 Coal .
. #ISX,
.. 18.86
.. 31.85
88.85
.. 94.85
.. 87.86
. 88,85
.. 81.85
. . 80.85
.. 117.85
.. 37.sr,
4I.N5
. . 18.85
.. 48,85
.. I7.H,-,
.. 51.85
women's sens
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•*..7r>
8.05
3.50
6.85
,s;;>
U.S.',
18.50
10.85
18.85
80.85
24.00
84.85
2B.8.->
2(1.00
80.85
22.25
88.85
$48.00 Suit
07.50 Suit .
75.00 Suil   .
00.00 Suit
182.50
. 44.60 I
. 51.50 'l
..111.50
WOMEN'S  IIHKSS
SKI HTS
$10.50 Skirt   ....  #7.25
12.50 Skirt     8.85
13.50 Skirt     0.25
15.00 Skirt    10.25
15.50 Skirt   10.S5
16.00 Skirt   11.25
18.00 Skirt 0.50
18.50 Skirt  12.2.-,
21.00 Skirt  9.05
22.00 Skirt  11.011
23.00 Skirt  11.85
25.50 Skirt  12.85
28.00 Skirt   18.75
AGENTS KOIt WILLIS PIANOS
SKK TIIK WILMS PIANOS NOW HERE
DISCONTINUE  WORK
OK NAVY LEAGUE
  i
(Continued f''om Page 1)
suit tlmt tt ims Hiinlljr decided by
tlie executive that tltey would not bo
justified in continuing witli tiio work,'
and particularly In view of tlie fact
that the Organizing Secretary for
the Hoy Scouts Association visited
Cranbrook at the beginning of November and jl wns decided that thc
deo'.n woik could be carried on more
successfully In the interior country
than Navy League work.
We would like to take this oiipor-
uulty of thanking the Board of Directors for the privilege granted the
boys, the use of the gymnasium and
plunge was a great benefit and pleasure and it is to he imped that tlie
Uoy Scouts may have some similar
privilege granted by tho Recreation
Club, for in nny ease it is all a inalter
of giving the greatest help to the
'.rrcatest number of boys, and in addition to the Club aud various other
advantages, the Pernie branch of the
Hoy Scouts have very kindly extenil-
f;il an invitation to tbe Hoy Scouts of
Crnnbrook to join them In their camp
near Fernle, The Fornie camp Inst
yenr was a great success.
The following is a financial statement furnished by Captain Martin
Harris, secretary treasurer.
Financial statement of tho Crnnbrook branch of tlie Navy League of
Canada from November .th. 1020. to
date:
Receipts
Memberships   2 life, 2 contributory, 2 sustaining, in regular, 41 Junior (20c each)   $208.2(1
Proceeds of dance held In Par
ish Hall Nov. tth. 1920     24.00
Proceeds of concert. Mar. 22nd
In Parish Hall, arranged by
Misses Walllnger and Blank-
onlmch   189.15
Handed over by secretary Cranbrook branch, 1918       4.29
Total     J485.C9
-Expenditures
Equipment—shirts,  flags,  boxing  gloves, etc     $ 77.27
Expenses organizing Sec.     25.00
Rents       190-60
Incidentals—transfer,   printing,
rope, blackboard, coal     40.45
Cheque to Provincial \%. Q    G6.10
On hand    86.37
Tolnl    J485.69
HENRY 11. HICKS,
Chairman.
BY      BEALE.E/- EL.MEL.L.
WtJ   step?
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B»»t4tPnU*feihknulten      "■■( ' '*■ ''i"*
Pyrex bakes bread
mi inch higher
These two loaves r.f bread
made of ilie same amount of
dough—one in a metal pan, the
'.li.r in :: Pyrex dish — were
baked in the same oven at the
: ir.ic time.
I..'..' i.i Pyrex. You will bt
ni n .-.'tl tone how much better every
k ick*. h Pyrex is.
Ijjo .be many Pyrex dishes. The
wav) Pyre:. i-> stamped on every
piece. We jjuarantM that oven heat
will not break it. Uuy your first dish
today,   It will Urn you a lifetime.
Patmore Bros.
SAMTAHV   und   ilKATIKU
KNta*iKKl|g
l'l»S A FAI.SK STEP   NOT I'll
TAKE OCT IVSI ltt\l K
Our health nml incident Insnrnno.
Is n blessing to tlie man or woman
who DlakQ-l tbe reasonable Invest
ment. II costs you little but you
will appreciate Its benefits when
lllnooi or accident overtakes \ou.
Try one of our Safety Deposit Boxes You will be mir-
prlsetl whal it rollef il is to
Know your papers ure absolutely safe—and It only corIb
25c a month,
We bare a inotlern bome to
let.
CRANBROOK, B. C.
Established 1807

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