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Array THE RATIONAL ADTLBT18EB
KNOWS THE BEST MEMUM-
IIE PATRONIZES THE HfciLUD
VOLUME U
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
R
E
X
FRIDAY
CBANBBOOK, B.C.   Thursday, September 11.  1922.
DON'T MISS THE FIRST PRE-RELEASE SHOWINC
A   IMi't -V-'IIE   IIO.-HK—
Tin:  i\t,     \ iy Vilkm.
IIKOOK    ((Hi        1(  HVAYS
n i ii ii i: it
WHILE   SATAN   S L E E P S Saturday
POSITIVELY THE FIRST TIME SHOWN !\* ni«,n«
HEW 1B15ITE IS
PUT 0HJTHE MARKET
McNiib Ik !>iini_> of \v\\ Town
.l.ociitiil nt Site ol' I'lilp Hill
South of Klko
McNab, II.C, will soon be lhe new-
oat town hi the province,     it is to
hu .situated at iho situ or the big paper nud pulp mill lo he creeled there
by tlie Wlgwan Pulp nnd Paper Co,
The slto of lhe new  townslte In ubout nix niies directly south of Klko,
nnd lt will lie served by n spur of thc
Croat Northern from that town, nnd
Inter on, it is expected, the C. P. R,
will ulso run Into the new town.   About   fifteen  hundred   lots     nre being
surveyed ut the present time, und a
price of $1-5 each hns been set on
them, the first locations to he established by lottery to take place commencing on December 15th.    By this
means everyone will have a chancft
on the best locutions, and it will not ,
be possible for auvone to tie up thel
best business or residential sites by
buying blocks of adjoining lots.    It
is stated that the company   has   enough pulp supply In sight to ensure
the operation of the big plant for about  seventy-five or eighty yeurs. so
thut   the new town  is not likely to
prove oue of the mushroom properties of the early boom daya.
The lots measure 140 feet deep by I
HO feet wide, und It is planned to specify that the buildings to be erected
thereon shall conform to certain set
standards as to size aud general plan
ao thut there will Ik no buildings
thai, later become an eyesore In the
town. The soil is such that on the
lurge sized lots there will tie ample
opportunity for profitable gardening.
The plan of the townslte includes
uu urea laid oil' for a golf course and
sports ground, fu addition to a park
silo.
That things are going to be brisk
around Klko shortly is seen from tbo
fuel that work will be In progress
concurrently on the power development project near Klko o'n the :Tver,
.uid tlie big pulp mill as well. For
further particulars see the dom party's
advertisement in this issue.
iints. v, \* Robertson,
formerly of this
(ity, oiis at nanaimo
Mrs. Mary Marguerite Robertson,
wife of Mr. I*'. l-l. Robert son, manager
of  Ilie  Itoyal   Hank   here, died nl   the
Nanaimo Hospital mi Wednesday af-
lot'llooil of last week alter ti Urlof illness following an  operation.
While she was a young woman of
line physique mid active athlotlc habits, she bod suffored iu recent weeks,
hut her den tli was nntirly unexpected
until the lust duy or two.
Mrs. Robertson, who wns in hor early thirties, wus horn iu Ontario, ln
addition to her husband, she Is survived hy her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
William Johnston, of Chicago, who are
visiting another daughter, Mrs. (Rev.)
J. H. Miller, in Saskatchewan.
Deceased was a woman of accomplishment and charm, and had many
friends who will he shocked to bear or
ber untimely passing away,
The late Mrs. Robertson made many
friends during her stay here while Mr.
Robertson was manager of the Royal
Bunk here. 'Much sympathy is felt
for the bereaved husband, especially
as it is only a short time since their
only child passed away, soon after
they removed lo Nanaimo from Crunbrook. i
ELEVENTH ANIL EAST KOOTENAY FALL
R
E
X
DISPLAY  (M   ALL KINDS OF PABM AM) AGRICULTIT1.AL PRODUCTS   SHOWS   |-ns,S(-
IIII.ITII.S EXIST FOB NATION'S BASIC IMH STIIY IN THIS PART OF EAST KOOTENAY
USD FiHNHll, OFFICERS OF FIN PREDICT
FIELD ATTRACTIONS BROUGHT IN PLEASE PAIR GOERS —COMPLETE LIST OP THE
PRIZE WINNERS TO BE PUBLISH..!* IX NEXT ISSUE
FIVE NURSES GRADUATE
FROM    ST.    EUGENE
HOSPITAL THIS YEAR
IHjilomiis Presented on Thins-
i.;iy ..veiling, at Giitlierfuu:
iu G. \\. V. A. Hull
OPEN SEASON ON MOOSE,
NO MUSKRAT TRAPPING;
REGULATIONS AMENDED
J. F. Gulmont, Game Board representative of this district, has received
word from Hon. A. M. Manson, Attorney-General, under date of September
9th, that an open season for moose
has been granted in the Oolumlila district, from October lst to November
tilth, inclusive. The regulations us to
fur bearing animals have also been
amended to put a closed season on
mltskrats, so that there will be no
trapping in this district this season..
This was Hie original suggestion made
by tiie Game Conservation Hoard to fin^
the Aitorney-Gener.il. and some surprise was expressed when it provious-
waa to be allowed on muskrats alone.
gory Goodman, and -others, with nn
Sam Fyles returned on Saturday last
from his holiday spent at. the Coast.
PERNIE CHAMPIONS
GET WYCLIPPE'S SCALP
IN GAME ON SUNDAY
Wycllffe, 1U\. Sept. 13. — The local nine went, down to defeat on Sunday before ibe Fernie nine, by a score
of 7 to 4. The playing was ragged.
Ihe Crowe's started flying, the cat-
Hi or talking to the hall in the absence
of any witness and 1. Crow
blllg.      Line np:
■rah
WvpllfTO
Crowe. I
CosgrilTe
Coon, ..
Noble,   .
Clark,*,.
Whltehoc
Musser.
Crowd, .
Ferlto, .,
Holllator
Fellllc
Wycllffe
11 nil nm i
niflhop,
Sluinil.
McTeor,
Zcnth.   .
Cotton,
Halylre.
Spence.
Ault,   ..
All   It    11
\V. D. Mill relurned on Saturday of
lust week from a trip to the Coast,
Tiie regular monthly meeting of the
eity council is bolng beld this evening,
Thursday.
Mrs. w. Bradley
a Sirdar visitor la
>f Mrs. T. Rodgen
Ol Cranbrook was
•t  week, the guest
.—Croslon Review.
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wiih hts
during hi-.
Mrs. P  1
are expert*
this   Week
as Nelson
gratified ti
laid a visit  to Cal
week-end. reluming by road |
nr whlcb bad lieen left there
roFoni absence at the Coast.
ghter Nanc
Mile- md
1 io rot urn from the
id, Dr. Miles going a
i meet them. Friend
know that Miss Nancy
overtng, though it. may be slowly,
having now regained the use of her
irnin.
CHANGE FORECASTED
IN DOM. GOVT. DEPT.
OF FORESTRY IN IU
Till*.  1022 GRADUATES:
Miss Rita Gulnrion, Moyie.
Miss Florence ISdna Harrison, Fernie.
Miss    Annie   Murray,    Lundbreck,
A llu.
Miss Mary Itelle King,   Ainsworth,
B.C.
Miss Lily Alice Mclntyre,    Waldo,
B.C.
Class Motto:
"TIIAT I MAY DO GOOD."
Tho graduation exercises iu connection with the nurses' training
Bchool at the St. Eugene Hospital,
were held this year al the G. W. V. A.
Hall, ou Thursday of this week, nnd
tho luill was well filled witli friends
who enjoyed thc pleasant gathering.
Over the platform worked out in
electric lights was ihe motto of tbe
graduation class, nnd with the five
graduates ten other nurses in trailing took tlieir places on the platform.
Fall flowers were in evidence ubout
the stage, adding their vivid colors
to the bright scene.
Mr. G. J. Spreull acted as chairman
for tlie evening, ami made a short opening address, other speakers being
Dr. Gneen. who addressed himself especially io ilie graduating nurses, iu
some earnest words   of   advice and
guidance as they    stand prepared to
embark on their career;  Rev. Mather
-Murphy, Of tliis city, nnd Rov. Father
Bessette, Creston, and Mayor Genest,
who recalled tlie early duys of the in-
•litiiiion. ut ihe time it wus first established in the city, and lhe great
work It lias lieen doing since.   Tbe
presentation ol the beribboned diplomas to the graduates was made by Dr.
Green, while tho medals presented by
Mr. Genest were presented by Dr*clvs1
Mr. Genest  were pinned on by Mrs.
Genest, as tbey were given out by Dr.
MacKinnon.   Fitting   refercices   were
made by speakers (luring lhe evening
to tho faithful work carried on by tho
nursing sisters at tbe hospital) upon
whom devolves ihe work of looking after the training of tbe nursing probationers, and also to the high standing in this or any community of tiie
nursing profession.
Robinson's orchestra of four pieces
was   In   attendance,   nnd   interspersed
very acceptable numbers In between
the otber items on tho program.     Mr. j
Robinson waa tt the piano, and with
him were were Messrs J, K. Cborlton,
nnonneed  cello, T. Smith, banjo, nnd Cecil Rend,
intborila-  drums and traps,
ndminfs-     Tlie complete program was nt fol
In ■ lows:
IOpening   	
Cranbrook's    eleventh    annual  fall
fair has come und gone, and iu spite
of the difficulties which    have faced
tlie directors in putting lhe fair on the
map, it cun be registered as a -sue.
cess.      it is easy to oiler criticism,
possibly some of it justified, but wben
one appreciates   thc   difficulties tbal
In  tlie way of having a  fair,  it
has to be be admitted thai Uie officers
of tbe Agricultural  Association und
those responsible outside the organisation, did very woll, There bus been
a great deal going mi In ihe ciiy Oils
summer, which bus made it difficult
lo get representative meeting* at times,  nnd  the  matter of a  secretary
was an engrossing problem for a time
tilt the advent of Mr. VV. F. Cough, |
who has carried through his end of
the work in an expeditious and creditable manner.    Mr. Worden, tho president,  Dr.   Rutledge.  vice-president,'
and J. P. Fink, treasurer, are among
INDIAN MISSIONARIES
ON FURLOUGH ADDRESS
MEETINGS IN CITV
Pr. nml .Hrs. Wolverton, from
Akldu, Visit Baptist Congregation l.nsl Week-End
Re
and
A. Wolverton, M.D,
Mrs. Wolverton, returned missionaries, received an enthusiastic welcome
from the congregations of Hie Baptist
Church ou Sunday last. Thoy addressed the congregations ut both services, und Mrs. Wolverton also spoke to
ihe Sunday -School scholars along
missionary lines.
Ou Monday an open meeting of the
Baptist Women's Mission circle wns
held in tho Church, ut 8 p.m., wtth
Airs. F, l.. Constantino, tbe president!
iu the chair. After the opening ex-]
H'clses, Mrs, Cfottgeon and Mr. Hinton,
DEATR OF MRS. SANG
REMOVES I'OITI.Wt
FIGURE  FROM (TTV
Just at tlie time of going to press
it la'lour tied that Die death of Mrs.
Beryl May Sang, wife of Mr. R. H.
Sang, of this city, took place ai 1.80
this afternoon, Friday. It is seldom
that the news of death creates such
an atmosphere of sympathy as has
beeu in evidence since tliere came ihe
sorrowful realization thai Mrs. Satig's
life was despaired of. Sho underwent
an operation nt tlie hospital last week
and though at first tlie news of her
condition was cheering, later ii whs
seen that complications were preseni
under which she slowly sunk.
Still iu her early twenties, and a native daughter of this city, it was only
ro years ago that her wedding to Mr
Sung took place wiili all the abundant
;festivities attendant upon a popular
I bride.        Before   that   time  and   since
the late Mrs. Sang has filled a large
place in ihe social life of the ciiy. and
il Is no mere idle uso of words to slate
Ihat her passing leaves a gap in an
extremely large circle of friends llml
can never he filled.
To the bereaved parents. Mr. and
Mrs. W. F. Cameron, who mourn the
passing of tlieir second daughter; the
sorrowing   husband, who bas suffered
mi Irreparable loss ut what is usually
still the threshold of married life, nnd
ibe two sister who remain. Mrs W.
A- Patterson, of Golden, ami Mrs G
Kay, of this city, (here are a host of
friends who are extending the slncer*
est and most heartfelt symparlhy.
The funeral srrangetnentes have not
yel been announced.
in Mji-ieiE
Br. King Al  Vancouver Gives
Out Optimistic Statement
thi It oa d,i vork, lite.
in tl:
With ilie completion of the road
ark now going on in the interior,
British Columbia faces an era of unprecedented activity and development,
opinion of Dr, J, U. King, min-
>f works in the Federal Government, who arrived iu Vancouver on
Thursday last after ;i (wo weeks' Inspection trip which ..,is taken Um
through   Cranbrook,   Qolden,   Fernie.
Mr.
Klmberley,
md districts
Field
8 i:- res
With officii.
Dr, King mot
dertuere Htgl
rente of   the
ired i
leave tin
road.
oar (or about a n
uncompleted port*
ll    tin
. these
of ib
1! bulll and fn very
uses through a wou-
sald the Minister,
i finished in
tlie others who huve lulmreil long aud favored witli u duel, following which
sometimes without thanks on behalf Mrs. Constantino called upon Mrs. H.
of Me fair, aud assured it going over A, Wolverton, to address tbo meeting,
lhe top as it did.                                   j a missionary, wlio aloug witli her hus-
Wbile it is not possible to state de- band, Dr. II. A. Wolverton. Is home on
finitely. It is thought   thut    thc fuir furlough from Akldu, India,    where
was also a success financially, uud it tbey arc working among   tbo Telngu
is hoped that the credit balance on people.    Tbey delighted the audience
hand ut the close of the last year may wltll a hymn sung in the Telngu lang-
even lie augmented u little as a res- lingo, after which Mrs. Wolverton in-
ult of tiie fuir tills woek. traduced an  Indian lady   in    native
Good weather favored the fair, and cost-„ine, an fn-spectrefcs    of   schools
REGULAR MEFTIMJ
OF SCHOOL  BOARD
ON MONDAY LAST
Appointments Confirmed, And
Other Routine Husine>s
Is Put  Through
Only three members of ttie Board oi
School Trustees, Messrs. 4W. H. Wilson. E. H. McPhee and W. A. Nesblt,
present at tiie regular monthly
though all the entries that were actu- 'Mm   nh-r-r-. .„i,fi,.- n        _    ,•   ■"""".'"   ""r *""""» »l «>*? regular nionthlvf,     .    . °f —-   *•»•«.
... are Mrs. Uiue taking the part of the In->eeting of the Hoard held on Monday J™*"** *"<J  agriculture appear
Mrs.  wolverton cave n im-.,,.!.,..  i.,-,.   .i. -  .  . oe      —
ally made with the secretary did not diun lady. Mrs. Wolverton gave a (evening last, the two lady members
materialise, there was n very good list very "Interest Ing talk on their life in both being absent from the city,
of entries in some classes. The wo-' India, lolling many of the details of' The appointment of Miss Olbsoo as
men's exhibits, fancy work, and ciilin- j their experiences and what a joy they j teacher for Division V.. at a salary of
any, were housed in tlie arena rink al-! find in the work. Although It Is chief-[$1,100 per annum was confirmed by
ong with the school exhibits. The farm ly medical Ihey ulways find time to;resolution, and also that of Mr. IJar-
und dairy produce classes were also speak of Christ and thoy have had clay to tiie high school .staff at a sal-
in this building, and at the extreme some wonderful conversions. ary of $1,500 per annum,
end  tiie  poultry, making a good  ro-1    y\rii   Kuhnert and Mrs. Hinton then!    Tiie chairman reported having made
The road i- w
good shape    it ps
lcit.il    country,"
'and although itj ^^__________^
fen weeks, it will nol be opened for
raffle until next spring. This will
give lime for the road to settle*."
Commenting on conditions in the
interior. Hon Dr, King stated that
lie itad made an inspection of lhe Sullivan Mine, and was greatly impressed
the possibilities ol development*
in-the mining Industry in tbe next few
rears.
"The opening up of roads is pro-
eeding rapidly." be said, "and given
ntnsportalion facilities, tlie development of the interior cannot be held
back. At Lumberton the spruce mills
cannot get enough workmen to do
their work to-day. At Kimberley.
where a big concentrator is being
erected. I received the same news,
and at Elko the building of the pulp
—-* paper mills will absorb ali ttie
workmen that will e_y tliere. Mining,
i_™_i_.«i ^   --
preselltutfve display of ail kinds of
poultry and pet stock, were on display. One of the difficulties was iu '
sonnection with the housing of these j
exhibits, it being found necessary to j
bave them apart from the fair grounds
which may bave detracted  from tlie
favored with a solo and charus. A
collection was taken for missions, after which refreshments were served,
and Mrs. Wolverton exhibited some
beautiful Indian fancy work nnd other very Interesting urticles   made by
- u  the native Christians,     Dr. aud Mrs.
attendance al both places. The fruit Wolverton then sang two duets in Te-
shown locally was unite creditable In |ugUj one beIllB "Rescue tbe Perish-
ijuallty, though tliere was nol u grout   Wff/. translated from the En
Tlnrn   «■«.-«   ....    gU_.g   ({)  ^   g„g||g],   [„„-,
T  I
Musi
Inning.
Oro wo i,
/en111  1. (
IU. Ilolllsl
.,  P   :'    n    oi     o   o
SO 7 7 21 17
Placed Hollister in the Sth
Two base hits. Zonth 1, L.
Coen  1. Stolen    bases,
->sgri!Ti- 1.       tliu off Anil
or -S, Musser I.
GRADING NOW FINISHED
ON BANFF-WINDERMERE
HIGHWAY, IH REPORTER
Word last week in regard to construction work ou Ibe Ban ft-Winder-
more highway wus that the oast and
west gangs were within n mile and a
half ot each otber, aud pushing ahead
nt a good brisk rnto.
Tbe work is quite up to schedule as
regards time. There arc some small
patches back of eaeh gang tbat will
require a little llxlng, hut this will not
require much lime for completion. It
must bo home in mind, however, that
the completion of the road does not
mean by any chance that It will he
■Mlielnlly opened this yenr, nor are
cars to be allowed to pass over li.
Tbis will Im beld off till next June. It
cars to be allowed to pnss ovor It
until Juno or next your. It Is exported that an ofiicial program which
fits the occasion will bo prepared and
Radical changes are to be
iborlly from Dliawa. ii  Is
ively stated, regarding thi
tuition  of federal  forestry affairs
ibis province. ,%%%% 	
Kamloops   ns   a   branch   of   the  de-1 March Selection   	
partment Will be no more and Will be Address by Chairman
reduced lQ the stains of a suh-olllce  Wall/, Selection	
under administration of ihe CalgaryIAddress to Graduates
branch,    t'unher, the Revelstoke and ■ Selecilou   	
\ew   Wtwimlnitor  district!  will   bel&ddreits   Rev
looked   alter   by   the   crown   timber
agents at these places.
These changes are tbe outcome of
the special commission sittings which
wero held in the dry belt recently by,
the lion, ciiuiies Stewart, minister ofl
Infenne/zo Solectlon
Address   	
Waltz Selection	
Presentation or Diploma
Presentation of Medali
■ ■ "O. Camida"
  Orchestra
.. a J. spreull
 Orchestra
— Dr. Green
— Orchestra
Rather Murphy
 Oroheatra
Mayor Genest
. Orchestra
. Dr. Green
Mrs. Genest
deal of it entered. There wer„ ....
outside entries In this class, as wus
expected would materialize. The la
dies' departments showed some exhibits of excellent quality, which in not
few cases made the judging a difficult matter. Tlie school exhibits, ln-
■luding n manual training display,
-was of great interest, and showed a
fde variety of work.
Some of the cattle classes were not
entered very heavily, but mo,st of
them were able to put up competition,
and one side or the grounds was taken
up completely with the livestock entries. One feature of this section was
Ithe sheep exhibit put in by J. Cullen,
of tbe Hamilton Mil] ranch. They
were Oxford Down, end lu prime condition, nnd an exhibit of ihis description does a great deal towards indicating just what lines of agricultural endeavor may b.. pursued with some
hope of success.     Another year it is
uglish and
-SHOULD NOT PURCHASE
I    i ifOM INDIANS WITHOUT
PROPER NOTIFICATION
rangements for a janitor for the ex
tre room where Division V. is being
carried on, at a salary of il', a montii,
and ihis action was formally confirmed
by the Hoard.
V. G. Morris submitted s requisition
for hard wood in connection with the
manual training school, covering the
needs of the coming year. The estimated cost, Including freight and oth
er charges, is Si.l-i.7o: which is a re-
rcductiou from last year, when the
supplies of this kind for the year cost
$_!tiij.S7. The requisition will be put
through.
Notice or the forthcoming British
It has been brought to the notice of)Columbia School Trustees' Convention
ll. p. Heimsing, Indian Agent. ,hflt|«as sent to the Board. The gathering
parties are buying and selling catl|e!'"is year takes place at IViulcton. T
and oilier animals from Indians, with-\mico was or(lpre<1 >lle(l-
out lirst getting in touch with the' The customary sheaf of accounts for
Department to ascertain that the cat- (libers' salaries, supi
going ahead very rapidly and fast
Rettine into the same position as they
enjoyed in the boom days. With the
(opening of the- road.- I confidently look
forward to an era of unprecedented
development in British Columbia."
Although there is hardly a possibility of Vancouver getting a dry-dock
in the immediate future, the gates are
not closed to a huge project of ihat
kind. Devoting its attention first to
the building up of the marine trade of
thla port by increased harbor and elevator facilities, which will in turn automatically bring a dry-dock, the Government of Canada today Is prepared
to give every encouragement ami to
carry out every posiblo pr..Je-"t in
keeping with tbe policy of development to bnljd up the port ur Van-
louver.
tie purchased are tlie property of the
Indians who are selling them. This
practise is against the provisions ot
the Indian Act, and renders the pui-
ties liable to prosecution, so thai
wan,ing should Uo taken.
Also the practise of selling Intoxl
cants, extracts and perfumes to nn
Indian is punishable by a tine of $.100
and six months' imprisonment. '
also put through.
(ASUS UP IN CITY
POLICE COURT BEFORE
MAGISTRATE     LEASK
some weeks ag*
It is snld that lho commission, while
recommending certain changes tn administration, actually advised that the
brunch should be continued on much
the sume rooting as herore, but that
Iho minister on his return lo Ottawa,
took another view ot the matter nnd
[vetoed his recommendation by personally Issuing orders which will rob
Kamloops or a considerable payroll
and the expenditure nt n considerable
sum.
It. M. Hrown, supervisor of Gie
[('row's Nfist Pnss forest reserve, who
liati been extremely popular as an ad-
mlnlnf,rntor, is to bo transferred to
Knfuloopa lo supervise thc forest reserves of tills district.
Ex perl mon Ull burning of timber In
this dislrict, as recommended by ihe
.... _,   -....Dry Roll Commission, wilt, It hi under-
carried through, the dato mentioned (stood, he begun soon and will be car-
for thla celebration being July 1st rled out In co-opnratlnn wllh tba
nut, when an appropriate programme^ ranchers  lo
^^^^^^^^      _.„. „... assisted by Dr. MarKinnon
the Interior, as tlie result of his per- Minuet Selection   Orchestra
soiial Investigation when in Kamloops
Address    Uev. Fattier Bessette
March Selection   Orchestra
God Save The King
TENNIS TOURNAMENT
OPENS ON CLUB COURTS
SATURDAY THIS WEEK
The tennis club tournament opens
on Saturday, September ICth, and as
many matches as possible will be
played on the opening day. The draws
may be seen tu the clubhouse.    .
Tho following mutches wilt lie played on Saturday afternoon:
Raworth and Fergio vh. Simpson
umi Macdonald.
Miss Paterson nud Walllnger vs.
-Miss Henderson and Macdonald,
Members are requested lo get In
touch with Ihelr opponents with a
view (o having the tlrst round completed ns soon us possible,
  /v  ,..,   Anybody wbo engages any Indian lo
hoped Mr. Cullen may be persuaded partake in uny show, exhibition, potto lake tils sheep to ibe fairs nt the .'ormancc, stampede or pageant or
count, or Calgary, where they could dame, whether the show, exhibition,
scarcely fall to get In on the awards, performance,   stampede,   pageant   or
Cattle was a good clas also, some dunce takes place or not, without fir*--!
_ry fine animals being put fn, aud Inning obtained the permission of U'fl
horses, pigs, ;;oats. and other forms Superintendent General of Indian Al-
of farm livestock were also on hand, fairs or Iiis authorized agent, except
On tho fair grounds tlie usual ar- tin Agricultural Fair or the giving of
ray or sideshows was busily engaged prizes at such an exhibition, is liable.■„ M
und a refreshment booth run bv the io a penalty of $25 or to Imprisonment tract  was assessed $100.00
association dispensed ice cream and ■ for one month or both penalty and im-!j,y u,e court
soft drtnko rin-niF <> •"«*-■--■» » »   *"* -
jsoft drinks do'ng n good business. Tiie! prisonment.   Section 149, Sub Section |
main attractions, however, were the 12, Indian Act.
parachute descents by J. Lestrange,)  —
und the trapeze and Hlaek wire acts     Indian Wrestling on horseback — F.
by Ihe   Raymond brothers.       ThosolAbei 1st, Pete Andrew 2nd.     $10 and
I Jtcob Andrew, eh Indian of the Kootenay tribe, appeared before ills Worship Police Magistrate Leaak, on the
I Sill, charged with being intoxicated,
contrary to tlie Indian Act. lie was
fined $30.00 and In addition to serve
thirty days In jail. This was Jacobs
second appearance. His wife, l/.ulsn,
was also charged with being disorderly on the street Her explanation
waa ihat she was SO worried about
Jacob that she lost control of herself.
Allowed to go on pr-.mlsc of good behavior.
Harry Futa for supplying intoxicants
to Indians, fn tlie form of lemon ex*
;iid costs
An Inspection will be made in the
ne.'-.r future. Tbe question of increased elevator capacity and grain handling facilities and other projects will
be looked into, and Vancouver can
rest assured that her Interests will
not be neglected, and that the Liberal
Governmeni ar Ottawa is fully alive
to, and in sympathy with, ttie needs
ot this port.
Briefly this was the reply of Dr. J.
H. Kinj; t'i the representations made
to him at the luncheon tendered him
by the Board of Trade and other bod*
a when representations regarding
e dry-dock and other proposals were
put forward.
Taking the stand that the late 0OV-
irnmeni had already entered Into a
ontraei for the completion of a dry-
dock at VIvtorfa, and that huge sums
had already in-on expended on thai
project, he pointed out that whatever
difference of opinion might exist as to
the iu liability of that location, tbal
at ilie present time, when economy
was the greatest need of ttie Dominion, it would not be advisable after so
much money had been expended there
to drop thai contract, with the certain-
it a heavy suit for damages Jf this
done.
were both first class attractions, ,_..-
peclally the r< rmer. Lestrange made
a treble parachute descent, dropping
from three parachutes successively
in a really thrilling manner. Ho made
one descent in the Hyde Baker es&is
and another n little farther away In
J. Jackson's garden.
A complete copy nf tlto prize list
$a respectively
High Jump — H. Bridges lst, A. B,
Leigh 2nd, $10 and ?."i in merchandise.
Curly Haired Boy or Girl — R Lus-
oombo. Freckled laced boy or girt,
Rosaline Weston.
"be judges were as follows:
For permitting persons tinder the
ige of IS years to be on the premises
of a billiard hall, contrary to thc provisions of tbe poolroom bylaw, o local proprietor was fined $26.00. The
occurrence took place during tlie ab-
of the proprietor, or else a heavier penalty Would have been enforced.
Thos. Brown, of Lumberton, for being disorderly In a public place on the
13th inst., was fined $10 and costs.
CRANBROOK MUSICAI
SOCIETY NOTES
.^  -  .Ihlswill bo borne out In tba dry belt I   Miufefl
•=^mZ»^*«!» £'" «■• — « ****, SS'«. wCm
™»« wwiim i«»«ltod la fcm o«| mouture In run-ot tot Ui» imi«.
I   W. ('. CrolihhtH. formf-rly nil the go-
-^^^^-— - ■  ""|   •"-'•-!*>•*•-•■. J- M. Clark; drawing con.lvernraont offlce staff -toro, l» a visitor
Ih now bolng cionuillcil,   ami   will bo I lost, Dr. Rntlodga   antl   O. Hoggarth, I In tho olty nl prononl with Mrn. f'roli-
publlHlftMl In nexl week's Issue.   Tho curly liair and freckles, Dr. Oroen antlUlna, at the homo ol Mr. Parnaby. Mr.
drawing oontist resulted as follows:    (I. Hoggartli; Needlework. Mrs. .1. ff. Crobblns Iiiih recently been transfer-
Heavy   teams —   It. Hamilton lst,' Huiloilgo; Pino Aris, Mrs. Ilruke; Cul- rod from the Soldier Settlement llonrd
W. Morden 2nd.    Light loams — n.! iiini-y and Dairy, Mrs. Hoggarth and 4 Victoria, to tho Rovornmoni olllce ai
Hamilton lst, Crtjibrook Oartogo Co,, Airs,  Klmpton;      Photographic, Mr. Nelson.
2nd.    Prises $30 nnd tin In oueh ease. {Barton; Hon leu 1111 ml E. ('. Hum, Nol*'                           _
t0» jmt* toot t*ct— 8. Moffatt lstj son; Poultry, ole., T. W. 1-dwurds, Vie-     Mrs. Jns. Wilson, of Sirdar, Is » polio umi |r, in march-1 tortus   Livestock,   A. I.. May. Oran- tlnnt at lho hospital here, aud doing
Immmm  __-____- —	
A meeting for the purpose of re-
organlslng lhe choral branch is called
for Monday. .September IRth a' 'i p,m.
shorp In tho O.W.V.A. Wnll. Kvery
member of Ihe choral section Is urged
to attend.
Regular orchestra practice on Tuesday, September lDUi at s p.m sharp,
hand practice on Wednesday, Sop-*
teniber 20th al ■*. p.m. sharp.
Membors of every branch nre wry
strongly urged io pul ths shouldor to
l ho wheel, in pre pa rat ion for t bo
forthcoming concert, ns (be time is
jtititliifl whorl. ""1 ther* t—fLu. •• J"» PAUB    TWO
Till*:   CltANBROOK   III.HAM)
Thursday, September 14, 1023
The Satisfaction that good
work gives is worth many
limes what you pay.
IF  NOT  SATISFIED
THY
RAWORTH BROS.
Jewelers and Opticians
C.I'.H. Watch Inspectors
NKXT TO l'OST OFFICE
Cbt Cranbrook Herald
.     1-iililia.ieil every Thursday.
P. A. WILLIAMS
Killtor auil Proprietor
.Suliscri|illoii I'ri.-u ..
Tu United States .. .
KS.60 per year
*■_.,',. pur year
"Win   •   MI«Jlou   Without   •  Mauia'
I'rlnlcd  b7   lulon Labor
AdV-rltalng Kate* on Application.
Cban_oa ror Adver.ialQi. MUST ba In
tbla office W-dnuaduy noun tha currant
week to aacura attention.
CRANBROOK,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA
THURSDAY,  SEPTEMBER  14,   1922
lo scratch long and deep. It
did not spoon-feed them and finally take the work out of Ihe
hands of the builders.
To condemn the P, (i. K. in
toto does not seem the wisest
plan, involving the creation of
a very expensive scrap heap, li
would seem that one of the \n-
vestlgators struck lhe right
note when he urged a definite
colonization policy tor the
portion of the province served
b.v the line. This involves a
great deal more than just the
provision of cheap land, however. In quarters where there is
access to the facta it is said, thai
settlers are leaving the Peace
River dislrict and oilier parls
of ihat fertile country, tired of
waiting for a railroad lo go in
and haul their products out
which shows thai Ihe colonization policy adopted there has'
not been what it should, ll has
put people on the land, bul can'l
keep them there.
Perhaps it might he wise to
make some modification yel In I
the route of the P. G. 10., but toj
relegate it to the scrap heap be-;
cause it is not a dividend payer
is looking al the wrong end
the problem. The land and resources are tliere, nnd Ihe railway Is there. Al! it lacks Is the
people.
THK I'. G. E. AND THE FUTURE OF B.C.
People who look upon the
matter of the P. (I. B. as something quite remote from this
district, and one in which they
are not interested have not the
proper viewpoint. This district of Cranbrook contributes
its quota of high taxation Ihat
goes to lhe upkeep of the road.
Indeed, it lias now come to the
stage where government apologists say that if it were not for
the P. G. 1*1, Ihe province would
be on easy street financially. So
it would seem that everyone
ought to be interested In the
P.G.E. and its future, and in
lhe expert report recently submitted lo the government by
the experts who looked into its
present status, wiih lhe future
in mind also.
It was a foregone conclusion
that the report submitted would
not be a rosy one. Everyone
knew that the P. (J. E. would
not stand up under the application of cold-blooded efficiency
tests.
Since tlie publication of the
reporl on lhe road, there has
been a keen disposition evinced
by every government organ of
any influence to point out how
the Liberal government is not
to blame. 11 was a legacy from
tho old Conservative government and had to be — and so
lhe familiar story runs on. in
this connection it is well to recall thai the so-called railway
policy of lite Mcliride Governmeni iu 1912, which was really
the inception of the P. G. E. received such whole-hearted endorsatlon from the people that
not a single Liberal found a
seat in the house. Furthermore, if Ihat policy was not the
best then, and its continuance
is not of the best now, then it
certainly was the same in 191(5,
When the Liberals took office,
and since which time more has
been spent on the road than in
lhe time of the previous regime. So if there is any blame,
it needn't be all put on one side.
On tlie face of it the P. G. E.
Is a logical proposition. B.C.
is a north and south province
geographically. The same situation that the P. G. E. now faces was ahead of the C. P. R.
forty years ago. Some very eminent men opposed the first
transcontinental line on what
today seem the most absurd reasoning. Many of Ihese men, It
is worth noting, have lived to
realize the error of their judgment. Four times It was neces
sary to re-organize and plan an
ew, and then Ihe line came over
the mountains by a route different from Ihat at first proposed. But the government of
that day was wiser than thai of
the present, for when the cllffl
cutties arose il extended just
enough assistance   lo   make It
Mystery Mack of Montreal
A Serial written specially for the Crnnbrook Herald,
1, The Stanton Murder
By DEAN KEATS
CKAJ-TBROOK,   B.C.
all om' Canada
for more than 25
yaws. It b&9 set
and maintained the
standard For goods
of its class. Jts
use is increasing
daily because of
its strergtb, purity
and universal
satisfaction   *
(Pure food insures
good health >
IDas'ic taking*
powder insures
pure  Pood
TWENTY YEARS AGO
Extracts from tlie Cranbroolt
Herald of this date, 1002.
0. D. McNab, manager or tlie Jaffray
Lumber Mills und Miss Alice Maud
Johnson of Nelson were married last
Wednesday In Ute Methodist Parsonage, Nelson.
R E. Simpson of The Herald. Is
launching a new paper at Ihe young
town of Morrlssey, to he culled the
Morrlssey Miner.
A rich strike of gold quartz Is reported to have heen made at the head
of Perry Creek.
Tlie matter of au addition to the
three-roomed School in the town is lie-
lug looked into hy the Inspector on the
advice of the Department.
Jas. Wardner, well known milling
man, and founder of Wardner. B.C.,
passed through Cranbrook this week.
OWKST TENDERERS
WERE GIVEN CONTRACT,
MINISTER   EXPLAINS
Vi el (Hill Contractors  So  Much
I'lider   Local    Figures   on
Work, No Other Course
SYNOPSIS
John   Stanton,   Ranmore   Superintendent of the H.C.K., hus heen found
murdered in Iiis offleo,   Mytery Mack
of Montreal, well known detective, is
called fn by the railroad lo probe the
i mystery.    All Initialled pockot knife,
supposed  lo belong to Joe Murphy,
i who Is known to huve had cause to
I dislike the murdered man, is found in
the room, but the detective also funis
some dues that seem to Indicate a feminine hand in the mystery,   lie commences his Investigations hy talking
| with a Mrs. Ruscom. whose hunchback
| sou  Is also known to have borne a
[strong  dislike to tlie murdered  railroad ofiicial,    Mack silent some time
thai nlghl giving the exterior of the
building and its surround Ings a close
examination, ami lu doing so unearths
la woman's initialed liuudken-liief. This
I he places along with other feminine
clues, and his next step is to &o and
see Murphy, whose knife was found
mar the murdered man.    Ills  interview witli Murphy does uot apparently
lead to anything, the man proving a
typical  hot-headed  son  of  Erin.    Ho
lias another Interview with Jed Ruscom, lhe hunchback, and becomes convinced of his innocence.   Utter, al his
hotel, a note ls put under his door endeavoring to fasten the crime on Murphy.    Examination of tlie notes reveals  the  fact   that  it   is  of  foreign
origin,   and   pulling   this   and   other
clues in his possession together the
detective starts on his hunt  Itor the
murderer of Stanton.
CHINESE TAILOR (SETS
DOM.GOVERNMENT
CONTRACT FOR UNIFORMS
When Contract Is Let nt Victoria, Strange State of
Affairs In Seen
Merchants and supporters of the
Mackenzie King administration at
Victoria, are agitated over the letting of contracts for the making of
uniforms for the iiuarantine stuff and
other federal branches there to a
Chinese tailor, Charlie Kent. Bids
were nulled for, It Is stated, and tiie
Oriental was the lowest. The explanation is offered In extenuation thut
the government at Ottawa was misled hy the name "Kent," and did not
connect It with anyone of Oriental
extraction.
Protests have been sent to Ottawa,
and Hou. A. M. Manson, B.C. attorney-general stated he would inform
Ottawa of the Innitvisabllity of their
action.
By u strange irony, It was only a
duy or two before that It lius been
itiiiioiinced by the attorney-general's
department that propaganda Is to be
mbarked on for the elimination nf
Orientals    from    Industrial   employ-
During the recent vlsil of Dr. King
to ihe city, the matter of the contract
for tlie renovation of tlie dominion
government building In the city was
put before him hy people of all political persuasions. The explanation offered is that the figures from
the Victoria firm wlio were ultimately awarded the contract were very
much below what local tenders had
heen put in. Tbey were so much he-
low, in fact, that it is staled Dr. King
held the matter up while It was referred hack to Victoria for Investigation by Iho supervising engineer at
Victoria. His report was to lhe effect that the homifides af the low
tenderers were unquestionable, and
there was no other course open to
tlte minister but to recommend to the
executive council thai the work be
given to tlie lowers tenderers. The
same thing occurred iu other places,
this firm getting the contract for a
string of dominion governmeni buildings across tho province, underbidding
local contractors in every case.
There may be an aftermath, however, since it is sated by some who
are competent lo judge ln work of
this kind, that the job done here does
not measure up to what the local tenderers figured on, and the report on
tho work lo the department may
druw attention to this.
ment In British Columbia, Newspaper advertising will be engaged In
nil through the province, This was
decided upon, It is announced, ut a
conference of representatives from
the municipalities with Hon. A. M,
Manson, as head of the department of
labor In the province.
It would seem that Ottawa would
muke n good starting point for such
a campaign.
MILK AND CREAM
MILK    12'/_e. quart
Ovor 2 quarts a day .. lie
WHIPPING CREAM
v., pint --nc.
Telephone
C. GODDERIS
Saturday Specials
AM. No. I IJI'AUTY MEATS.  Till: HKST OBTAIN AltLI.
('HOICK Shoulder RoMti or Door, FtobIi Killed, por Hi    Ur.
('HOICK f'ot Roant Ueot, Froali Killed, por lb  llle to lie
CHOICK Brisket Boll, per Ib *    No
CHOICE Stewing Beor, per Il>.   lie lo llle
CHOICK Shoulder Roust Pork, Krosli Killed, per Ih 8Ne
CHOICK Ug Roast Pork, Fresh Killed, nor II) 8.1e
CHOICE Shoulder Veal, Fresh Killed, por Ib ISc
CHOICE Leg und Loin Roasl Veal, Fresh Killed, por IP 8lle
CHOICE pot Roast Veal, Fresh Killed, per Hi  tt'.ie to 1.1c
CHOICE Veal, Stewing, per lb  llle
CHOICE Stew Mutton, per Ib  llle
CHOICE Fresh Beef Heart, por lb    He
CHOICE Fresh CalfB Heart, per II)  llle
CHOICE Fresh Beer Liver, 3 lbs. Ior _Gc
CHOICE FroBh noef Tongue, por Ih  '.Kc
SPECIAL FROM OUR OWS MAKES (FOR SAT. ONLY)
Sausage, per lb  I'm'
Hamburger, per Ib  ISc
SEE OUR WINNOW FRIDAY NIGHT
Nprriiil nn Fresh Killed Lum It and Mullim Next Saturday
SMOKKIl  PICNIC  SHOULDER     IKIr III.
Cranbrook Neat Market
Norbury Av«uiw
riioiH' H
OpiMisile Oily Hull
< ii.vrn it vu.
Tlie next day Mystery Mack visited
Doh Murphy at his work on the railroad right-of-way, making the trip
out of Kntimoro with lhe roadihasMr
ou a gasoline speeder. Mystery Mink
jumped oh' as the roatlmaster slow?*-)
down when they reached Murphy's
section crew, and culled Murphy .a
one side.
".Anything new, Sir?" Murphy asked.
"Not na yet. Murphy, you told tne
when we were talking the otlior night
that you had fought with soma of the
men on tlie other section crows,
didn't you?"
"Yes, 1 did that."
"Could you remember their names.
If you saw them?"
"I might."
"Wfll you look down this list of
names, aud tell me whether you have
flver had trouble with any of tliese
men?"
"I'll do that, but an Irishman's lisi
of lights is usually a long one."
"These are only the names that
begin with the letter P; so perhaps
that will help you some."
"It should."
"Por the love of St. Patrick, these
are mostly Dagos!"
"Ever have trouble with an Italian,
Mr. Murphy?"
"Did I ever have trouble
suy, don't  you  know I'm n railroad
section foreman?''
"Exactly. Do you spot any nam«s
on that list that you remember?"
"Ferrara; here's one as sure as we
live. I had a nasty tight wltll an Itul-
ian by thut name. He tried to knife
me, aud we tore up about half a mile
of roadbed llghtin' it out. Ferrara;
I remember him, tho dlvil; I sure
heat him up at tho finish, aud he spits
lire whenever I see blm."
"How Iking ago was this?"
"About a year ago, I'm thlnkln'"
"Kvei' have trouble with him
since?"
"No; he had plenty wheu we Hnlitli-
cd tho light."
"Vou have two Italians working ou
this gang, haven't, you?"
"Yes, but. they're easy b»I»' lailft."
"No (rouble with them, eh?"
"Never a bli,"
"Say nothing about our convocation In front of your men or in fact
to anyone Mr. Murphy."
"Not a word from me."
"Here's lhe roudmaster coming on
his speeder; I'll leave you now."
"So long, Sir."
"So long, Mr. Murphy."
Tho roadmuster stopped his gaso
line speeder and took Mystery Mack
on board, and set him down at the
Itanmore station.
Mystery Mack went to a drug store
and purchased a book, and with this
uuder his arm, lie visited the Italian
section of the city. When he readied
a certain street lie started making
calls at the houses, under the pre
tense that he was soliciting orders
for lho book. The fact that the majority of Italians could not read English made uot the slightest difference to him; he continued to call at
each itoor. When he reached this
door he knocked, and kept talking to
the woman wlio answered tlie door
until she granted him admittance to
a typical Italian living room.
There were several swarthy look
ing children in the room, and wliile
the woman was still protesting to
Mystery Mack in broken English that
she couldn't speak or read anything
except Italian, a girl, dark haired and
dark eyed, entered the room. She
was probably twenty-two years of
age. The woman commenced speaking to her children in Italian; the
girl listened, then turned to Mystery
Mack, aud said, in perfect English:
"I'm sorry, but my mother says
that we do not need tin. book."
"Joslo, you tella lilm go; we no
needa th' book,"- the woman again
protested.
"All right," Mystery Mack said, as
he turned to leave, Im sorry tp have
troubled you."
Aud he left tho house, believing
Hint at last he had found the woman
In the caso.
He returned to hts room at the hotel, nnd was smoking a meditative
pipe, mulling over the new turn in
the day's events, when once more he
reached that long bony finger Into
Ills vest pocket and brought out those
live pieces of evidence which be had
studied so many times.
The curled up hairs seemed to have
a peculiar fascination for him. He
uncurled them, and studied them
carefully beneath the electric llgh*.
How  soft  and  line and shiny they
were. Soft as silk, black as midnight,
full of llfo and light. Around and
around the bony finger once more he
wound them, then, along with the
locket, the sliver and tho mysterious
note, they were carefully folded up in
tiie bit of dainty linen, and deposited
lu the vest pockot.
JiiBt aa Mystery Mack finished this
he was conscious of a rustle at the
door; without waiting, be went quick*
ly and opened it, but the corridor was
empty. On the floor wus u folded
sheet of paper. He opened it uud read
tills message:
"YOU AKIO MARKED FOR DEATH
UNLESS VOU DROP THK STANTON
MURDER CASE."
It was unsigned.
Mystery Mack smiled in himself; at
Inst Ills work wns hearing trull.
(To be contlnuod)
VYKIIMMJ
1'ltlMTOIt   <-OUI»HA\
(From the Creston Review)
A qulol house wedding was solemnized by Hev. II. Viirley on Thursday
morning lust when Miss Hazel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ('. M. Goodman
wus united iu marriage with Roy Proctor of Cranhrook. The happy event
was witnessed by n small party of the
Immediate relatives of the contracting
parties, the wedded couple leaving on
the noon train ou a trip east, after
which they will make ihelr home in
Cranbrook.
The evening previous Mr. nnd Mrs.
Goodman enlurtained at a dance fu the
new Whltesides Hall, the affair being
attended by a large number of guests,
excellent music being provided by
Mrs. Foreman of Creston, Miss Mur-
geory Goodman, and others, with an
excellent supper at midnight.
20 years ago
For white teeth nnd
a clean mouth. Just llu*
most delightful dental
preparation you ever
used. With Klciuo, children don't have to be
urged at tooth-cleaning
time. Take a tube home
to try.
REATTIE-NOni.E  DRUG   CO
Vie HncaC-S Stow
" CRANBROOK      -      -  B.C.
Wltere It p«ys io deal
Voice—Is this the weather bureau?
How about a shower to-night?
Prophet—Don't, ask me. If you need
one take one yourself.
("ashler—This money ts no good.
Customer—That's all right; keep it.
Tbe eggs weren't either.
WILSONS
Cornel ami Saxophone    Violin
Drums and Ball.
W. A. Burton
W. Thompson       Nigel Thompson
The Cranbrook
Dance Orchestra
p.o. Rni tm
MUSIC YOU'LL TAKE HOMR IN YOUR FEET!
Usual Terms Dates can be made with any of the players
The Corporation of the City
of Cranbrook
TAX SALE
September 30th
PAY YOUR  DELINQUENT TAXES BEFORE
TIIE ABOVE DATE AND SAVE YOUR PROPERTY.
A LIST OF PROPERTIES WHICH WILL BE
OFFERED  FOR  SALE   CAN   BE   SEEN   AT
THE OFFICE OF  TIIE CITY CLERK.
TIIK   LAST   PAY   FOR  UK UK KM I Jill    PROPERTIES
SOU. AT TIIK  11)21 TAX SAI.K IS
SIITIMIII.It 30,1923.
Kill them all, and the
germs too. 10c a packet
at Druggists, Grocers
and General Stores.
 MB
MAl*E IN  CANADA
BATTERIES
The best batteiy
•you can buy is
the cheapest in
the end.
Ratcliffe
& Stewart
CRANBROOK, 13.0.
HI     Edmondson's
j Dance Orchestra
OPEN   FOll   ENGAGEMENTS
Latent Iliis Tho Music Willi The Pep
Mr. Lewis Voder. Violinist
llox 522 Phone 881   !
UNLESS you see the name "Buyer" on tablets, you
are not getting Aspirin nt all
Accept only an "unbroken package" of "Bayer Tablets of
Aspirin," which contains directions and dose worked mil by
physicians during 22 years and proved safe by millions for
Colds Headache Rheumatism
Toothache       Neuralgia Neuritis
Earache Lumbago Pain, Pain
Hamly "Bnyer** boxes of 12 tablets—-Also bottles nt 21 anil Kill—-Druggists.
Aaplrla ll tho tra.lo mark (roBlsterotl In Canniln) of lliivi-i- Mnmtfn-lurc ut Mana-
otutli-adil.i.lcr or HullO'lltm Id. Whllo It In wall known that \n|.lrln oo.io* Mayor
mann-aclnr., lo aa.l.l 111.' imliliii aKiilnst linllnllrins. Mo- Tnnl.lH „i I'.hv.t i-i.ouiany
will bu .laniiaa Willi Ihol.  [-onCral iraila mark, thu "llayur Crow."
Bruce Robinson
Teacher of Music
Studio above Murdock McLeod's. Phono 2an
ROBINSON S OHCHESTflA-DANGES ARRANGED FOR
Sub-Agent: Heintzman & Co. Pianos ThurNilay, September 14, 1098
THE  CBANBBOOK   I1KKAI.H
PAGE THREE
town with
Splendid Prospects
The First Unit of the Pulp Plant, to cost $3,500,000
will be started within 30 days.    Close on a thousand
men will be employed within a few weeks
This will be an open townsite,
free from any restrictions on
legitimate business.
Lots in similar towns   have
sold as high as five and ten
thousand dollars
THIS IS   YOUR
CHANCE    FOR
A   REAL
INVESTMENT
Get In
YOU WILL WANT TO
ULTIMATELY
Why
Not
Now?
THE TOWNSITE OF
McNAB
adjoining the
Wigwam Pulp and Paper Co., Ltd.
near Elko, B.C.
Will be put on the market
for sale on
IIH.SEPT.U
EVERY LOT THE SAME PRICE
$125
Cash
LOCATION OF LOTS DETERMINED IIY  A DRAWING
lllt.UVIM. TO TAKE PLACE ON Oil BEFORE DECEMBER I Mil IN ELKO
Two main streets 80 ft. wide. Lots 30 x 140 ft.
The location of this townsite
is on a high level bench nearly
500 feet above the Elk River,
overlooking one of the finest
stretches of the Elk River
Canyon, and mountain scenery second to none in British
Columbia.
A Lovely Park
of about Twenty-five acres is
situated nearly
in the centre of
the townsite.
CLIMATE
SIMILAR
TO THE
OKANAGAN
SOLE DISTRICT
AGENTS:
Reid & Wallinger
P.O. 00X 745.    PHONE 20
4
OFFICE: BEALE & ELWELL, HANSON BLOCK, CRANBROOK, B.C. PAGE FOUR
TIIE   CRANBROOK   HERALD
Thursday, September II, lliii
e
for YOUR Car
One of the five grades of Imperial
Polarine Motor Oils is exactly suited
to your car. Use this grade regularly
and get trouble-free service from your
car at the lowest possible cost for
lubrication. Consult the Chart to
determine the grade you should be
using.
IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED
Manufacturers and Marketers of Imperial Polarine
Motor Oils and Marketers in Canada
of Cargoyle Mobiloit.
ORE Sll |I'll EOT
RECEIVED AT
TRAIL SMELTER
CRESTON LIQUOR CO.
GETS STIFF FINE FOR      |
ILLEGALLY SELLING
TRAFFIC MANAGER STATES
'TOURIST TRAVEL WAS
HEAVY THIS SEASON
Following
is   a  statement   of
on
received al
tlie Trull Smelter for
the
poriod durii
B September lst to 7H
In-
elusive:
Name of Ml
io uud Locality
'OIIB
Wuck Rock
Nortbporl (zinc)...
30
Black Colt,
Sandon 	
12
Bluebell, 11
ondel  	
69
Florence. 1'
Inoess Creek 	
71
Last Chanci
, Sandon 	
14
Lanark,  Lal
rle	
32
1
Northport S
<k It. CO., Wll	
Qllllp, Itejin
llle,  Wu	
213
Surprise He
>u 111 it-. Republic, Wu.
104
Sally, Heave
■dell 	
30
Silversmith,
Sandon  (lead)	
ian
Silversmith,
Sandon (zinc)	
86
CO.IPANV
 5
548
Take
BEEChams PILLS
/ for Constipation
j Seizure uf tlie entire stock ot 510
cases uf liquor wus recently made uf
[ the Dom In ton Liquor Company ut
Creston, valued at over $25,000, by
' Liquor  Inspector (jeorge Miller-, act-
I log uiiiler instructions of Attorney-
General Manson.   William S. Klrsman,
' manager of the company, was also arrested on charges of selling liquor illegally ami later released pending
trial, on hail -of $4,000 and sureties.
Tiie Dominion Liquor Company,
witli many other up-country liquor
export houses, has heen under the
scrutiny of Chief Inspector .Miller and
his men tor some Ume and reports
have been sent to Victoria of the re-
sulto <>f their investigation.
Tiie case came up for trial at Cres-
I ton on Monday, lawyers from tlie
Coast heing brought in by both sides.
j Convicted uf making a sale of liquor
[within the province, the company was
I lined $1,000 and costs.
Magistrate Mallandaine In passing
sentence, expressed hts disapproval of
the Bystem of bringing in liquor board
{"outsiders" to  perform  tasks   which
^' ! could be as well done hy provincial
n^L   i lK*lit'*9-
Vuncouver, lit'., Sept. (J.—"Tourist
traffic during tbe past summer has ex-
ceeded our iuosl sanguine expectations,'' said Mt. C. K. Ussher; Qeneral
I Passenger Traffic Manager of tho
Canadian Pacific Railway, who 1ms
arrived at ihe Coast to look over the
ground prior to laying plans for next
, j ear's business.
I The feature this year, said Mr, Ussher has heen the largo volume of business done in June and so far in September, two months which are usually
more or less slack.
on  the  railway mihmitted  hy  .1.  th
Sullivan.
Mo favored an early dale for tlie
provincial meeting so that the uir
might bo cleared aud tho Government
enabled to sense the feeling throughout the various constituencies in regard to some of tlie larger questions
thut had to be dealt with. Vancouver delegates tu the convention will
be selected on September 19th.
WYCLIFFE   NOTES
Wycllffe plays baseball in Pernie on
Sunday. If Tommy Burns hud possessed the same confidence as the
above team has he would lmve beaten
Jack Johnson.
Ambrose Staples returned Monday
from St. Ellgoim Hospital.
Fred Hunter was a Cranbrook visitor Sunday, his cousin leaving for Cal-
Mr, and Mrs. C. O. Staples have left
or a visit at Coast points,
J Davie Leltli, master mechanic, got
the tips of this lingers crushed the
other day. Although not serious it
was very painful,
Tlie following hall players from the;
Wycliffe nine left for prairie points:!
Ferko,   Lewis,   Morrison   and   Mollis-1
it,
Quite a few of the boys are- Inquiring as to bite opening of tlie "Y" for,
basketball and boxing practices. lnj
the meantime ihey are enjoying the
sport in the open; iust Saturday night
being the opening practice which was
enjoyed by several—-John Batn, acting
chief.
.Baptist eimrcf.
PASTOR  W.  T.  TAPSCOTT
SUNDAY   NEXT
THE PASTOR   will preach at
Uio Morning Service ut 11 u.m.
Subject:   "THE  (IKEATEST
NEED OE THE CHURCH."
12 noon—Sunday Sebool.
7.::o p,m.—Evening service.
MR. .1. M. C_.iU.tC, ol Um
V. Jl. C, A., will give the address.
Thursday, 8 p.m.—ri-ayer meeting nml 11. Y. P. U.
YOU AUK WKU'OME
. li,4LTi
ititrnsn rui.i -.Hill i.iii.
1.11.11, CONVU.VI'IOX  1VIM,
oi'i:x in NEi.soiv si:n*. 28
September 28th nml 2i*lh were Used
at a meeting ol' tlie provincial Liberal
executive in Vancouver na tlie iluic of
the Liberal Convention to be held al
NelBon. Premier Oliver wan present
ami in a short address referred to (he
several problems Hint had to bo laced
by Hie liiiveriiiiienl in the Immediate
future, Including the settlement of
the I'.ti.K. question following a report
Railway News
Montreal.—The Canadian PacinN
Hue announces several appointment!
to positions in the British Isles anc
Kurope, They are as follows: William Stewart, to be Glasgow pas-
si-riger agent, with his office al 2!
Bothwell Street, Glasjfow; J. H
Webb, destined for the post of passenger agent at Southampton, and
A. L. RawHnson, slated for Antwerp, where he will take charge oi
the passenger offiues.
James is still smiling..
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Staples returner!
from the Const.
guile a number attended the Fall
Fair in Crnnbrook, ami report it -is a
No doubt tlie residents will he somewhat surprised to hear that the oUl
saying "Once only it poor working hoy.
now President" has just come true tu
iliis city, rising from the ranks to .second iu command.
Sudbury.—Tuesday,   August  8th
I   was the dawn of a new day in North-
j   em   Ontario   railroading,   when   be-
i   twetn seventy-five and eighty officer!
ami employees of the C. P. R. gatb-
■   ered in Sudbury and organized what
!   will  be known as the Algoma  District Employees' Association of the
Canadian   Pacific   Railway.    Every
branch of the service, from genera.'
superintendent    down,    was    repre-
sented.   The object of the new is-
:   sociation is to meet at regular in-
!   tervals to discuss all subjects vita!
I   lo the better serving of the public
j   and thereby be of greater service to
1   Canada, and naturally, the Canadian
i   Pacific Railway.
Mtt\iOQi6t Cljurtij
REV. B. C. FREEMAN, Paslor
Morning Service at 11 a.m.
Ml*. .1. M. CLARK, Y.M.C.A., will cpeak.
Sunday Sehooi at 12.15.
levelling Service at 7.30 p.m.
Rev. VV, T. TAPSCOTT will conduct the service.
Everyone Is Cordially Invited to These Services
'■5 ?5S_! jfttjn g&ni ^mogfflvnciiiwu.,; rr,iji^tin::int iy;i:■*?
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada I,hulled
OFFICES, SMHl.TINU AND ItKKlNlNtl DEPARTMENT
TKAII,,    HIUTISII    ((III,Mill A
SMELTERS AND  REFINERS
Purchasers of Hold, Silver, Copper, l.cml A /Ine (Ires
Producers of Gold, Silver, Copper, Pig [.end mnl Zinc
"TADANAC" Hit AND
Athletic Girls—
After a hartl game it is not
only the delicate fragrance
of Baby's Own Soap which
pleases, but also the wonderful restfulness imparted by
its refreshing lather.
BABFS0WN
Best
lyurpu
To Holders of Five Year
L
51 per cent Canada's
Victory Bonds
Issued in 1917 and Maturing lst December, 1922.
Banff.—The American Bar Ai-
j sociation, travelling east from its
\ recent convention at San Francisco,
i spent two days in the Canadian
| Rockies. The party travelled in two
I speml trains over the Canadian
Pacific and Soo Line ta Chicago,
wliere it dissolved.
Several notable .citizens of the
United States were among the party,
there being Vice-President Coolldge,
his wife and two sons; John \V.
Davis, former ambassador to Great
Britain, and John \V. Whitman,
| former governor of New York State.
The party expressed delight at the
wonderful grandeur of Banff and
Lake Louise, wliere two days were
spent.
Montreal.—Despite warning? and
the efforts of the railways to prevent them, accidents are occurring
at railway crossings. If automobile drivers were a little more cautious they would save themselves
a great deal of trouble and save
their cars from a great deal ef
damage. Of course there are some
eases where it is difficult to avoid
accidents, but most accidents that
happen are avoidable. Particulars
have just come to hand of an occurrence in New  Brunswick:
An Overland automobile. License
12,717 N. B., owned by P. L.
Jon-fls, of Perth Junction, and
driven b.v R. Anderson, also ef
Perth Junction, ran into C. P. R.
train No. 152 at the crossing just
north of Andovcr Bridge, N.B. The
engine had already passed ever the
crossing and the auto struck the side
of the tender. Mr. Anderson claimed
that he did not see or hear the train
in time to stop, although his car
was going very slowly, The car
was considerably damaged, but happily nobody was hurt.
CONVERSION   PROPOSALS
THE MINISTER OF FINANCE oilers to holders
of these bonds who desire to continue their
investment in Dominion of Canada securities the
privilege of exchanging the maturing bonds for new
bonds bearing 5. per cent interest, payable half yearly,
ol' either of the following classes:—
(a) Five year bonds, dated lst November,
'     1922, to mature lst November, 1927.
fb* Ten year bonds, dated lst November,
1922, to mature 1st November, 1932.
While the maturing bonds will carry interest to lst
December, 1922, the new bonds will commence to earn
interest from lst November, 1922, DIVING A BONUS
OF A FULL MONTH'S INTEREST TO THOSE
AVAILING THEMSELVES OF THE CONVERSION
PRIVILEGE.
This offer ia made to holders of the maturing bonds
and is not open to other investors. The bonds to be
issued under this proposal will be substantially of the
same character as those which are maturing, except
that the exemption from taxation does not apply to the
new issue.
Holders of the maturing bonds who wish to avail
themselves of this conversion privilege should take
their bonds AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE, BUT NOT
LATER THAN SEPTEMBER 30th, to a Branch of
any Chartered Bank in Canada and receive in exchange
an ofiicial receipt for the bonds surrendered, containing
an undertaking to deliver the corresponding bonds of
the new issue.
Holders of maturing fully registered bonds, interest
payable by cheque from Ottawa, will receive their
December 1 interest cheque as usual. Holders of
coupon bonds will detach and retain the last unmatured
coupon before surrendering the bond itself for conversion
purposes.
The surrendered bonds will be forwarded by banks
to the Minister of Finance at Ottawa, where they will
be exchanged for bonds of the new issue, in fully
registered, or coupon registered or coupon bearer form
carrying interest payable lst May and lst November
of each year of the duration of the loan, the first interest
payment accruing and payable lst May, 1923. Bonds
of the new issue will be sent to the banks for
delivery immediately after the receipt of the surrendered
bonds.
The bonds of the maturing issue which are not
converted under this proposal will be paid off in cash on
the lst December, 1922.
!■!_'
.,-   ,  ,. W. S. FIELDING,
, Minister of Finance.
Dated at Ottawa, Sth Aufait, 1M2.
Quebec.—All records were broken
at the Chateau Frontenac recently,
the hotel being filled to capacity and
not a single -too.h being vacant.
Many of the passengers who arrived
from New York, had to remain on
board the steamer for lack of room
at the hotel. Tourists from all parts
of the States and Canada arrived
b,v motor and the parking ground in
front of the Chateau was lined with
rows and rows of care. The Lobby
of the hotel was crowded with visitors anxiously waiting for accommodation and in the evening the
crowd was greater than ever. ) The
new wing of the Chateau when completed, will undoubtedly be a boon
to the city as the additional accom-
moddtlon thus obtained will satisfy
the large demand made on the hotel.
With the advent of the August
tourists traffic conditions in Quebec
have taken on a new aspect, whieh
has necessitated an extension in the
serviie  of  the  traffic  policemen,
Pembroke.- The Canadian Forestry Association's Forest Products
Exhibit Car came to Pembroke on
the civic holiday, under the management of Mr. (ierold Blyth, assistant
secretary of the association, and
was visited al its berth in the Canadian Pacific Railway station yard
by a large number of interested citizens. The exhibit car contains many
novel and interesting models calculated to demonstrate the correct
and incorrect method of logging, the
result of deforesting the hills, and
what happens when camp fires are
neglected or burning matches are
carelessly thrown ftway in the irv
woods.
One exhibit allowing ladle*'
blouses, stockings and other silk
wear made from sulphite pulp attracted considerable attention, and
another which interested the visitors
greatly showed the various stages
in the making o* matches. A sign
over the latter exhibit pointed out
thai one tree will make a million
matches, but that one match ean
destroy a million treei. Perhaps
the mosl interesting and attractive
model on the ear is * large model of
a heavily timbered country and a
small town close by. Whon a lever
is turned there is a complete transformation. The light goes out and
by an arrangement of screons tho
forest and town are seen to lie o»
fire. This model cost about 91,00V
tn construct Another modol allows
how deforestation causes rlvere to
flood In spring and dry *pIn tht
summer'.     Thore
KAI.L SESSION OF B.C.
l/EGISLATURK OPKNK
i:m> of next month
Premier Oliver announced last Saturday alter an executive council meeting thut tho third session of the fifteenth Legislature of British Columbia
would convene on Monday, October 30,
and prorogue before the Christmas
holidays.
A greal ileall of tlle preliminary
work will bo considered at the Nelson
convention this month. The pressing
issue Is lho disposition of the fate of
the P.G.E, Railway, while amendments to the Liquor Control Art are
nu the agenda.
'fixation mailers will be discussed
and chiuiges made in ihe Municipal
Act, if, Indeed, a new ncl is nm presented.
Tliere  seems   little  chance of  the '
Vancouver by-election being held beforo  the Legislature meets,  but   the
Govornment   retains a  hare  working
majority.
WATKH-NOTH'K
LeROY IT. lU-NEY, Applicant.
The date of the first publication of
this notice is September 7, Ifl-1!!.
ter Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C., within thirty days after the
lirst appearance of this notice in a
local newspaper,
plication pursuant thereto und lo the
"Wnter Act, 1914," will be filed in the
office of thp Wator Recorder at Cran-
brook. Objections to the application
may bo filed with the said Water Recorder or with the Comptroller of \Va-
wlll apply for n license for the storage
of tfiO acre feet of water out of Ila Ha
Creek, also known as (Raise the present level of Lund Lake 6 feet), which
Hows easterly, ami drains into sinks
on Sub-lot t!t about the centre of Sub-
lot ti.
The storage dam will be located nt
the natural outlet of Lund Lake. The
capacity of tlie reservoir to be created
is about 150 acre feet, ami It will flood
about HO acres of hind. The water
will be diverted from the stream at a
point about on S.L. li, see intake C.L.
No. Sfl40. anil will be used for Irrigation purpose upon the land described
as Parts of Sub-lots 2 and :. of Lot 325,
Kootenay District.
Tho license applied for is to supplement a right to take and use water
ns per Conditional License No. 3940.
This   notice   was   posted   on   the
ground on lhe 5Ui day of September,
1922.   A copy of this notice and an ap-
(Storage.)
TAKE NOTICE that LeRoy H. Han-
ey, whose address is Wardner, B.C.,
"WImmin Is the cause of the high
cost of paper" announced the rag picker to his friend.
"Yes?"
"Yep. Times ain't like tliey used to
be. In them days a woman would
throw away a couple o' dresses and it
would mean five or six pounds o" rags
for paper. Now days they throw
away a couple an' it weighs aboul
throe ounces."—Copco Facts.
• Fever
SUMMER COLDS, ASTHMA,
spoil many a holiday.
RAZ - MAH
Positively stops these troubles'
Sneezing, weezi'tg. coughing,
weeping eyes aren't necessary—
Unlusa you like being that way.
(1.00 at yuur druggist's, ur write
Templetons, Toronto, tur is free trial.
Sold liy
CRANBROOK UIIUO ANU BOOK CO.
Montana Restaurant
Cigars, Cigarette! and CaadJ
Meals at All Horn
CRANBROOK STREET
Opposite the Bank ot Commerce
Kra ino's
Bread I
QOOI) ltreail
His Pies, Cakes
made in a tasty
Invites the most
son to call
ind Pcstry an
manner which
exacting per-
again, ut
TIIK
Plume S"
iio mi;
BAKERY
N.irbury Ave.
CANADIAN
Pacific
<ilA.MIKOOK TRAIN TIMES
NO. 6! OAILlf—To Nelson. Vancouver, Spokane, etc. Arrive 111.10 p.
m.; leave 12.20 p.m.
NO. 18 DAILY—To Fernle, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Calgary, etc.
Arrive 4.10 p.m.; leave 4.20 p.m.
Cranbrook, WjcUrte, Klmljcrley Ser.
vie* i
No. 8-3—Leave 7.06 a.m.   No.S-H—Arrive 2.10 p.m.
Cranbrook, Lake Windermere and
Golden Serine:
Monday and Thursday, each week
—NO. 821, leave 9 a.m     Wednodey
and   <-«turday—NO. 831 arrive   8.31
p.m.
For  further  particulars  apply  to
any ticket sgen'
J. B. PROCTOR,
District Passenger Agent, Calgnry.
here   is   a   eprjaklaq
***/**** W' ***A mssm,
I'liml "HOME GROWN" Nursery Slock Only.
THE BRITISH COLUMBIA
NURSERY Co. LIMITED
nro growing u full llne of fruit trees, shrubs, IIOSIOS nuil
ornamentals; including iho ihobI hardy varieties,
Intending planters can havo our descriptive oataloguo
nnd prico list on application by staling whnl thoy aro In-
terested In planting.
■ We list over 100 varieties of "Roses" nil gfrown by us
at our Sardis Nurseries (Near Chilliwack), strong, vigorous plants that can be delivered direct from our nurser-
ics in prime condition, assuring bloom lhe flrsl yenr.
Address: 904 Yorkshire Bid*., Vancouver, B, C,
A live salesman wanted for the Oranbrook district.
T-till HILL
Oood Floor, Dressing Rooms, Card Tables,
Kitchen, All Conveniences
SUITABLE FOR DANCES, MEETINGS, SOCIAL GATHERINGS OF ALL KINDS, BAZAARS, Etc.
TERMS REASONABLE
For Prices and Other Particulars Enquire
THB STEWARD or SECRETARY, 6. W. V. A.
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Thursday, September 14, 19ii
THE  CRANBROOK  HERALD
PAGE    FIVE
PROFESSIONAL CAKDS
rhune 210 P.O. Brx 303
B. A. MOORHOUSE
A.ME.I.C, & B.C.L.S.
FBOV. LAND SVBVEIOK
Crnnbrook     -      • B. C.
1V.A.FERGIE
. DENTIST
J  Campbell-Manning Block
I       I'linue Vi.    OIBce Hours
1 I to 19, I lo ."> ..in.   Sati. »
IE   I
Hock |
'Zi
Drs. Green & MacKinnon
I'hjKlrlaon aad 8urgei>n«
Olllce at raaldence, Armitroni
Avenue
OFFICB HOURS
Forenoons     I.Oa to 10.00
Afternoons   t.00 to   4.00
K.onlnin 7.10 to   l.»0
gundayi   8.S0 to   4.S0
CRANBROOK, S. C.
lilt. V. 11. MILKS
KENTIST
OWICB  HOURS
9 to 12 a.m.     1 to S p.m.
Hanson Blk., CRANBROOK, B.C.
F. M. M A C P II F, IIS 0 N
Undertaker
I'lioue 3.-0
Norbury Vie., next to CHy Hall
MONUMENTS
CAMPBELL   *   B1TC1IIE
MONUMENTAL  CO.
Nelson
JOHN GARD
PAINTER &
PAPERHANGER
Full Line of Wall Paper
In Stock.
Store, Hanson Avenue
I'hone 4(19 at all hours
CltAMlItOOK     .     •     •    IM!.
NELSON BUSINESS COLLEGE
LEARN TO EARN
Prut-Ural Commercial Coarse la
Shorthand, Typewriting
Bookkeeping,  Commercial  Law
Penmanship
Commercial English and
SpelUag
OAV   AND   NIGHT   CLA8SBS
tor Particulars Apply to
C. «'. TVI.EB, Principal
P. 0. Box, 14, Nelson, B.C,
WHY    OPERATE 1
When HKl'ATOl.A removes gall
atones in '_. hours without pain and
relieves appendicitis, stomach and
ttver trouble),. Contains no poison.
Not sold by druggists.
MIIS. GEO. S. ALMAS
Sole Manufacturer
iso Fourth Ave., Ho., Saskatoon, Saak.
l'rloo $i;.|,u Phone 4365
I0DGES AND SOCIETIES
fit A Ml HOOK
I AIIDIEKS'  INSTITUTE
ltegalar MeeUsg
si:cos li SATUKUAT af aaeh
neiitl, ni t p.m. la the City HaB
WOMEN'S  INSTITUTE
Meets In Ihe
O.W.V.A. llnll
afternoon nf tha
first Tuesday nt
.1 p.tn.
All ladles are
^^^^^^^ cordially Invited
President i   Mrs. I'. Constantlne.
SecTreiisureri   Mrs. S. Taylor.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, B.C.
Meets every Tuesday at 8 p.m.
ln tho Fraternity Hall
El. A. Hill, CC.
H. L. Harrison, K.R. * 8.
R. C. Carr, IMF.
Visiting brethren cordially In.
Tiled to attend
I. O. O. F.
KEY CITY LODGE, No. 41
Meets every
.Monday night at
 [The Auditorium
Sojourning Oddfellows cordially
Invited.
R. P. Moffatt    -   Nobla Grand
W. C. Adlard, P.O.  ■ AUtmn.
lllll
Som Mor
Biscuit'
ISOtWVarieties
All in Striped Packages
WRITES FAVORABLY OF
FACILITIES AFFORDED
TO TOURISTS HERE
Deli At ihe Palate
Satisfy'-^-
Vancouver, B.C.—A splendid new
uuto tourist camp lias been prepared
in tlie eity Cor visiting motorists, and
fs already being extensively patronized. One hundred and sixty acres
have been set aside for the purpose,
for the accommodation of two hundred
autos and tents, all parking spaces be-
ing under tlie shelter of trees. Rustic
cooking and dining shelters, each with
a large cook stove and dining tables,
have been built in different parts of
the ground, with shower buths, laundry facilities and every other convenience. A bungalow with social conveniences is provided for tlie use of
tourisis.
'   - "  u 	
V A It KKR   &  M c K* K E
Flour and Feed Merchants
Hay nnd Grain of All Kinds
Hanson Avenue
■Tnuibnmk
Offlce i'hono i)2    Res. Plione -110
,      ■■',■■;■■■■■    ■ .!!■     , ■■:,  !,*,.t: :*i, '■'■'. .'
Writing in iiif Ijetbbridge Herald
under the bead of "Camps and Tourists," a tourist writer. "W.J.L," has
some tike things Id buy of the camping
facilities provided for the auto tourists at Fertile, Cranbrook and elsewhere.
Concerning Cranbrook and Fernfe,
there are Uie following references;
"Ferule's camp grounds are hard to
beat. There we have a nice plot of
ground with small spruce trees from
ten to fifteen feol high, scattered all
over the allotted space, where within
a shady nook the many tourists enn
camp and bg almost hidden from the
otJier camp neighbors, in addition
Ihere is n table and fire-place at each
camping nook, tin- Qre-piace being
made of correctly shaped dre-brlok.
There is also a large cook honsi*. with
water works, a sink to wash dishes, a
tuh when- even dollies may he washed, a stove, plenty Of wood, and all
lit with oleotrlc light, and having in
general most modern conveniences.
This is an ideal place to spend a few
duys, for many side trips of Interest
can be made."
"Cranbrook lias splendid grounds,
but no trees. Tlie privileges bore are
most excellent. ,A large oook house
with two stoves anil plenty of wood.
A wasli room with water works and all
modern conveniences. Hero we did
considerable purchasing of camp supplies, and we found the merchants in
every case most obliging, and in no
ease did any business man try to overcharge the tourist. This can he said
of all the towns we visited. The business men, through their various boards
of trade, are all behind Ihis lourtst enterprise, and we found the business
men in every instance, in all the
towns, most obliging. We are Of the
opinion that every town profits very
materially from this auto tourist
trade. All supplies, such as a person's
living, repairs, gas and oils for the
various cars must he purchased a.1* tlie
tourist goes along, each lown receiving ii good share of this trade. In
Cranhrook 38 tourist cars visited the
camp during July, and from tho number registered up to the middle of August doubtless that number would be
doubled iu August. The tourists appreciate tiie free privileges, and (lie
camping grounds conducted upon
these plans encourage the traffic, and
each town is helped thereby.
IMPERIAL GOVERNMENT
GIVING All* FOK B.C.
STEEL INDUSTRY
Premier Inforniwl oi Itnsis On
Which Assistance For Plaint
Will Be Forthcoming
In the Realm of Filmdom
ORE SHIPMENTS
RECEIVED AT
TRAIL SMELTER
A guarantee of one-third of ibe
bonds of an iron nnd steel company,
commencing operations in tliis province, on conditions that the Province
and the Dominion ure satisfied with
the commercial possibilities and aspects of the scheme and, alter lull investigation, would do likewise, will be
given by the Imperial Government, according to a ciibie which Premier Oliver has received from Agent-General
F. ('. Wade ut l^ondon.
This information wus iu response
lo a request from Premier Oliver tor
Information as to just what the Imperial authorities are prepared to do,
and was sent in consequence of as-
siiraiui-s given lo the Provincial Gov-I
eminent by the promoters behind the
Coast Range Steel Company that the
Imperial and Dominion authorities
would come forward with guarantees
of one-third of the bonds of lh© proposed iron and steel industry, and that
with the Province's aid the dotation
of the enterprise wns assured.
Having received the above assurances from London, Premier Oliver
will now get into touch with the Fed-
oral Oovernment to ascertain Just bow
far the latter is prepared to go,
Already the province, basing its action upon the assurances that Dominion und Imperial support would he
forthcoming, has promised to do Ua
share upon lis being shown thai the
claims of the promoters are substantiated us to uid nnd that, utter full investigation of ull phases hy experts,
the project Is one ihat can reasonably
be supposed to lie successful. So far
tiie province, the Premier explains,
has committed itself to nothing "1
am considering every phase of Ihe
matter step by step," slates the Premier.
It would appear from the cable received from the Agent -General that
s-o far as thc Imperial Government is
concerned any money advanced hy it
must be expended In Great Britain in
purchase of plant and equipment for
the proposed steel plant, and, further.
ihat the committee shall he given a
first security of the assets of the company.
Major Pooley, representative of the
Vickers concern, of Kngland, who hus
heen in British Columbia for some
lime investigating tlie possibilities of
a steel plant here, after conferring
with Premier Oliver, has left on his
return to the Old Country.
Milk and Cream
DIRECT FROM
Big Butte Dairy Farm
rmm: io
Cranbrook Cottage Hospital
(Licensed by Prov. Govt)
Maternity und General Nursing
Terms Moderate
HUS. A. CRAWFORD,  Matron.
Garden Avenue      -   Phone 258
Following is u statement of ore
received nt the Trull Smelter for the
period during August. 22nd to 31st inclusive:
Name of Mine and Locality Tons
Black Hock. Northport. Wn. (zinc) 187
Boll.  Beaverdell           42
Ottawa. Slocan  City          12
Monarch, Field           40
Northport  S. *  It. CO., Wn       1S7
Quilp, Republic         51
Rambler, Rwnbler        45
Surprise Republic, Republic,..     21S
Silversmith,   Sandon   (lead)      191
Silversmith, Sandon izimi       ITS
Sovereign, Alamo (sine)       42
COMPANY     10.988
Vernon. B.C.- A motor roud map or
this part of the interior is being pre*
pared by the Associated Boards of
Trude of the Okanagan, which will
show principal routes, motor camp
parks, aud give detailed particulars of
stopping places, best routes and other
information valuable to travelling motorists. The Vernon-lie vel&toke-Okan-
agnn road will he opened early this
mouth. This road will connect Revelstoke district -with the Okanagan and
Thompson River sections, thus opening up to tourists a new scenic route
I of British Columbia which has hereto-
i fore been isolated.
Total
. 13,181
HOVAL WEDDING'AND
CIRCUS IN MIX PLAY
Canaries
.UAIUSmi) SINGERS
Satisfaction or Money Refunded
Hollers and Yorkshires a
Specialty, from $15.00 up.
Hreeding Hens.
s. LAWSON
I.KTIllllllDOfi HMdl DOOMS
41.',  lllll SI. S.    ■    l.elllbrldgc
BOTH
QUALITY
AND
FLAVOR
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Tom Mix. the famous Fox star, corn-
Nelson. B.C.—A reduction of llfty |ca t0 the Star Theatre on Wednesday
ents per thousand reel in the deliver- and Thursday in "The Rough Dlam-
d price of all principal grades of lum- ond," a picture that is an extraordin
her is announced by the Mountain any departure from the type that he
Umber Manufacturers* Association, lnj has made famous. It is a thriliingly
order that the benefit derived from the. romantic story, with Mix playing the
lower freight rates may he passed on j part of a dashing gentleman adven
to buyers und consumers of lumber, j turn, and early reports on the picture
declare that Mix's versatility and power us nu actx>r bas dazzled and filled
with surprise all those who have seen
|lt. He is revealed especially in the
early scenes, ns a comedian of very
positive ability.
The atmosphere of the story is unusually varied and colorful, ranging
from nn American city to the capital
of u tropical republic, with ships, a
circus in full blast and a royal wedding adding flavor to the whole. To
the host of Mix admirers throughout
the world lt reveals him as a new ge.
nltis.
Wesley Harry in "PENROD" atthe Star Theatre,
Saturday, September :._! and 23,
Friday and i
IMtlNCK OF WALKS IS
SKKN l> DRAMATIC
PHOTOPLAY AT STAR
Motion picture enthusiasts who ,tu-
uilred the Prince of Wa.es during bis
slay in this country will be affoi'kd
r.n opportunity to witness UU High-
lies-V charming personality in ».*e As-
toclatocl Producers' production, "Devotion," starring Hazel Dawn which
will he shown at the t-'tar Theatre on
.Monday and Tuesday next, Septenuer
18 mid 19.
Lionized by society's four huuired
and feted and dined until tho very
last moment of lis departure, tnej
Prince is seen surrounded by i group
of notable American captains o( industry witnessing the Horse S'tCtff SC.
Madison  Square. New York Clly,        |
Other features of this picture play
are u number of picturesque nceu-U
showlug for Lhe first ii">e in motion
pictures the wonderful swimming pool
of the Pennsylvania Hotel, New Vork.
Another magnificent set reveals a society function in which over ".300
people were used as "extras." Pro-
  imilieiit   members of tlie cast H port-
Monday & Tuesday, Sept. 18-19 ing .Miss Dawn include e. k Lincoln,
I the well known character acto.\ Vlo-
AS  KMtiHT   EQUANT, [let Palmer. Renlta Raidolph, Bi.-d'ey
§tar fheatrfi
£ PROGRAM  OF  WEEK
■      COMMENCING  SEPT.  18th.
== .-i
I   Monday ami Tuesday — j|
] "DEVOTION"
|      with HAZEL DAWN
§   and  a  strong   supporting   cast.   =
Speclul Note:
See the Prince ni Wales
I  in tbis plcaure.     Screened by U
roytil   permission   while   visit-  gi
ing   new   York.
I Added Comedy Attraction I
I  Wednesday &  Thursday—
Tom Mix
I     In  his  latest  FII.M-O-I-Kl'
I 'The Rough Diamond' |
& Tom goes to South America as
1 a  circus  performer, and  when I
I the circus   goes   broke  Mix   is I
I made a general iu the army of I
I Bulgravla.     See  Tom head the ■
I musical   comed)'   army   of   nul- g
gravia.       Oodles   of   laughs
guaranteed.
STAR THEATRE,
PKMtOI) IS KNIGHT
ERRING, IT SEEMS
Barker. Herry Q,
No well.
Sell and Wedjw.x-d
All the iinpislinesH of American boyhood jumps to tlie screen in "Penrod,"
tbe First National attraction which is
tho attraction at the S'ar Theatre on
Friday and Saturday of next week.
September 22 and I__i. Produced from
Uoot.li Tark tag ton's inimitable stories, the picture mukes no pretence of
"high brow" study- but offers the eb
ulllency of American boyhood for
sheer entertainment.
Just how many scrapes an enterprising American youth can gel into
is apparently Uie chief object Penrod
i starts out U> deuionst.-.ue. One of
the most humorous scenes shows how
lie makes his how in amateur theat-
I Heals. Unlike modern femininity,
i'enrod    curries a strict aversion to
I bare legs, especially when his upper
trunks are    a    recognizable remnant
. from  Dad's  last whiter   red    flar-n-.l
underwear.      So Penrod scurries in*1
to the dressing room of the leadii.; la
dy and jumps   into a  borrowed  pair
of underwear that is about four <5i-.e*i
And then we hand you another   a
laugh with a
1  It HI   rOXEDV  SPKC1AL    I
-WHITE   EAGLK.M  No. S £
Friday & Saturday—
MARSH U   Mil t\   presents
WESLEY, Freckles • BARRY
lu  ll,.,,t!i   TarklngtOU'a
fr'iim.'ti* Story
"PENROD"
Look uter thi- ra-t then cii-niM'   m
jour sent
H
Players in Marshal Neilan's
"PENROD"
Freckles   Barry.  Tully   Mar-  j
shall. Claire McDowell, Wheel- 1
er    Dryden.    Johnny     Harron,  ^
Frederick   (Sunshine   Sammy)  h_
Morrison.   Mayme   Kelso,   Flor- jj
ence    Morrison,    Baby    Peggy g
Montgomery. Mrs. Grate Green, W.
Earl   Train.    Fred    Thompson,  y
'   Theodore   Chapin.   Junior   Aid- fj
1   en,    Winston    Kadom,    Harry §
t  Griffith, Adelaide Baxter. Fran-
I  els   Plottner.    Charles   Meakln,
I  Harry Todd. Lena  Buskett. Ju-
|   lian Leone; Marjorie Daw. Ber-
| nice Rodom. Clara Horton. Gor-
I don  Griffith. George Dromgold,
j  Virginia  True  Bordman.  Char-
j   les  Arling,  Newton  Hall.  Noah
Beery.    Jr..     Bennie    Billings,
Jack   Oondon.   Peg   Cartwright,
Bradford     Ralston.        Graham ^
Griffith.    Stephen  Welz.    Blllie   |
Bennett.   May   Baxter.   Kenneth M
Green.   Carrie  Clark   Ward.   R. j
D.    Saunder.-.    Blanche    Light, 1
Eugenie Besserer. Cecil Holland.   |l
. w*,_U-_3_
too large. Just about the time that
Queen Guinevere of the Table Hound
is making her most beautiful speech,
Pen rod's upholstery begins to des-
Iceod. The ridicule of a rival lor the
hand of his lady fair complicates matters and a general fight ensues, (luring which the curtain is rung down.
Freckles Barry in the role of Pen-
Mrs, Eleanor Fletcher says
tbat she cannot speak too
highly of the quality of Pacific Milk, and would use It if
It were double tbe price it Is
now.
She mentions that under
our old method It was by fnr
the best for cooking purposes
und she did not believe it
could be improved, but "You
have done tbo Impossible,"
given ill per cent, or rich
cream, and really improved
tiie flavor as well.
Pacific Milk Co.,Ltd.,
Hia* ttsttt, Vaana.tr, WC.      \
facUHta at
To Women Who Do Their Own Work: Suppose
you could save six minutes every day in washing;
pots and pans—two minutes after every meal In
a month, this would amount to a saving of three
hours of this disagreeable but necessary work.
This saving can be made by using SMP enameled
kitchen utensils, as their smooth sanitary surface
will not absorb dirt or (raaaa.   No scraping, scouring or
Sollahing is needed when you nae Diamond or Pearl Ware,
oap, water and a dish towel ia all you need. Ask for
SMP^WWARE
Diamond Ware la a three-coated enameled
steel, sky blue and white outside with a snowy
white lining. Pearl Ware Is enameled steel
with two coats of pearl grey enamel, inside
and out.
C2_§heet Metal Proouctsx^'S^j
_MOIJTRtALftTOI*IONIO-'wfNNfPEO"
^omohton/ vancouveh^calgarv^ -
^t Every
I Hardware Store
roil is said lo Blvc the mosl creditable
ai il laughable performance ul ibn entire year in tliis production.     .
WK8LEV BAKRV
In --PK.il.OM" at the
STAB THEATUK,    .
PRIMAY and
HATH III) AY,        I
NKPTKSIBP.R
tta-iaa-i.net- PAOK    sa
TIIE  CRANBROOK   HERALD
THIRSMAV, SEPTEMBER II,
Ciiv Items of Interest
Insure with Bonlo & Elweli.
+   +   f
TUNGSTEN I.AMl'S-16 wall, 35c;
25. 40 and 50 watt, 40c; 100 watt Nitrogen, $1.00;  150 wilt. Nitrogen $1.36.
Our low prices win every lime.
W. P, DORAN.
+   +   +
We lmve in stock a full line of women's, men's, girls', boys' mul children's
shoes.   Our stock is complete anil our
low prices win every lime.
_7tt Vi. J*. DORAN.
+    +    +
Do you pay renl?   Why? when you
can own your own home hy means of
our plan ot easy monthly payments.
Apply to Heale .t Blwell.
-I-   +   +
Cyrille  Spencer,  of   Krlckson,  who
Is at lhe hospital ai proseut, Is doing
well there, it Is reported,
+   +   +
(Vii. Fred l.lsler, M.I. A., has heen
among tho visitors   in   the dly this
week.
Itev. Alexander Thompson, formerly]
or London, Kngland, whom muny will
recall lectured here wllh the t'haiiliiu-
una, hns lately accepted a pastorate
In Vancouver, nt the First Unitarian
Church.
+   +   +
The lire Insurance companies represented by Beale ii Elweli are strong
and reliable.    Rates given on application.
+   -t-   +
Tlie work train is again on tlie job
of completing  llll operations al  thc
Landing, the haul of rock now being
from yahk,   While these Iralns lire on
the go the yard crew arc operating al
nlghl once more.—Creston Review.
+   +   +
Do you own a safely deposit box?—
lhe only  safe place for title deeds,
bonds, etc.   Only $3.00 per annum wltll
| Heulo *v Blwell,
+ + +
.Mrs. 11. and Miss McBurney of Cranhroolt wore here for their annual
week's holidays with Sirdar friends,
iho latter part of thc month stopping
at Hu- r.l'.lt. boarding house.—erosion Review.
Eocal news.
TIIK
+   ■*-*.
WEATHER
lilJl.lKTl.**.
Official thermometer readlnes at
uranbrook.
Max. Mln.
    66      40
  00      32
  07      30
> II T I C K
September
September
September
September
September
September
September
MAPLE I.KAK REBEKAH
LODGE
'I'he 71st anniversary of thc Rebekah Order will be observed by Ihe
at.onda.ice of ihe members al ihe Baptist Church ou Sunday evening nexl,
Supieiubor ITth. A fnll attendance of
members is requested, to meet ut the
lodge room at tho Auditorium, at 7
o'clock.
BASEBALL
SHOW
AT THE
STAR THEATRE
September 25 & 26
Pictures - Vaudeville
Country* Store
III V A TICKET AMI HEM- THE BASEBALL BOYS
ONLY ONE SHOW BACH NIC. I IT
del ii WINNING NUMBER nml take Home n Box
uf llrocrlt's FREE.
101!  RELIABILITY OE CONSTRUCTION;     l'URITY     OF
TONE, ANM PERFECTION OF
TOUCH—CHOOSE A
HilU I CO, H
Sold on Terms to Suit Purchaser. Write for Booklet or Cull at
410 linker Street, Nelson, B.C.
J-^tV mmstysi m*e*lr.m*m\i' mfsJU" mm* m*\*fm ssAjftm* >**t**\
*   COME AND SEE THEM
DRESSES In Canton Crepe Serge and Trlcotine ln fifteen different styles.
, f      MEN'S SHOES, values lo »8.S0, SATURDAY SPECIAL . . #.-,.IHI     <
B. WESTON the Store That Sells Fnr Less
1
t3f*Jt>> m*et\ti *,**%> m**%>i m*Jmv****>* itym tr\f.m —HfstQ
CANADIAN     PACIFIC    RAILWAY
SPECIAL FARES TO 20TH
ANNUAL NELSON  RUIT FAIR
SEPTEMBER SOtli   •■   SEPTEMBER SSnd
GOING BATES: Kootenay Landing, Field and West—September ISHt to 22nd.  East to Field and Kootenay Landing
—September 18th to 21st.
RETURN LIMIT:  September 24th, 1922.
Information nnd Tickets from
G, T. MOIR Ticket Agent CRANBROOK
CANADIAN
Pacific
SPECIAL    FARES
TO VICTORIA EXHIBITION
SKI". KMHI.lt 1HIH TO SEPTEMBER 2»nl
GOING IUTUS, September Kith to September 22nd.
It III UN LIMIT, September 26th, 11)22
Information ami Ticket* trom
G. T. Molr Ticket Apent Oranbrook
Uealo & Elweli for servlco.
Mr. Ambrose Staples returned to Ills
home from the hospital on Monday of
tills week.
Q. F. Marsh, manager of the Royal
Bunk, in on holiday for the next two
or three weeks, though he does not
expect to go far allele! from the city.
Mrs. A. J. Balment and Mrs. Glassford* her motlier, left lust week lor a
visit of ten days or two weeks at Mor
ton, Idaho,
Mrs. W. A. Patterson or Qolden has
lieen In the city, visiting at the home
of her parents, Mr. antl Mrs. \V. l-\
Cameron.
First class dressmaking.—Miss Hay
don, phono 116. Kink's Mercantile
Satisfaction guaranteed. 3
Horn. — To Mr. and Mrs. James
Whitehead, of Moyle, at the Cottage
Hospital, on Friday, Seplcmher lfitli,
a daughter,
Thos. Uphill, well known labor
member for the Ferule district, is a
fair week visitor in the city renewing
acquaintances,
Born. — At the St. liugen*. Hospi
tal, on Wednesday, September 13t.lt, to
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Earnhardt, of
this city, a son.
**M
Mrs. J. J. Jackson accompanied her
daughters hack to Nelson last weekend for the commencement of a new
term at St.  Joseph's  school  there.
H. S. Clark, who spent last winter
here at the home of Mr. und Mrs. J. F.
Smith, has now located ut Langley
Prairie, B.C., where he lias purchased
a small farm.
Hev. B. C. Freeman left on Monday
for Toronto, where he Is attending the
Methodist <|iiadrieunlal general conference. He expects to be absent from
the city for about six weeks.
An application for naturalization
papers made by It. It. Piper, formerly of Creston and Cranhrook, wus up
this week hefore Judge Forln, of
Nelson, and the application was duly
grunted.
a. T. Moir left lust week for Qrand
Forks to look after the harvesting nf
Iiis apple crop on his fruit ranch
there. His daughter. Miss Eva, left
this week to join him there, uud they
will he away about, two weeks.
W. G. Haynes is having hfs house on
the ranch brought Into the city, and
has bought a lot on Fenwlck Avenue
above the High School where excavations nre now being made so that the
house may he placed there. An addition is also to lie put ou to the house.
Keg. Johnson, of Klngsgate, wns In
tho city this week and while here
completed the sale of his house on
Burwell avenue to Laldlaw, of
Crows Nest. This is a fine residence
properly, at present occupied by Mr.
and Mrs. G. Sinclair. The price realized is said lo have been in the
neighborhood of thirty-five hundred
dollars.
The fire alarm sounded on Wednesday evening when fire threatened to
start at I he gas tank end of Len
Clark's Hudson car. Gasoline heing put Into tho tank became ignited
but the incipient blaze wns soon put
out.
Work on the excavation for the addition ta the school will he completed In about ten days, it Is expected, if the present rate of progress Is
maintained. Tho City Transfer Co.
hns the eantrnct for this work, nnd
the material taken out is being used to fill lu ut thc manual training
grounds, where the lot will he levelled off. The Wallace Brick Yard
Is burning a kiln to supply the Inside
brick, this heing necessary, in addition to their stock of seventy or
eighty thousand on hand.
The sule hy the Presbyterian Ladles' Aid, held at the Schoolroom on
Wednesday of this week proved quite
a success financially, about a hundred dollars being realized. There
was a splendid response from (lie lull io*-., resulting In an exceptional display of ull kinds of home cooking
goods heing on sale. Lunch was served and afternoon tea also, Tlie sale
wns to he continued on the following
afternoon iu the ice cream parlor nt
the Little & Atchison store, when it
was hoped to clean up whnt surplus
goods remained on hand.
BORN, — At the Collage Hospital,
on Wednesday, September 13, to Mr.
ami Mrs. C. Q, Borgstrom, of this city,
a son.
Mr. and Mrs, <!. Sinclair will shortly be occupying the J, L. Walker residence ut the corner of Burwell and
Edwards.
Mr. and Mrs. F. \V. Adolph, of Baylies Lake, have heen in the city this
week visiting their Iwo sick children
who are confined to the hospital here.
C. 1). McNab of Waldo, has been in
the city this week making arrangements to put tho new townslte south
of Elko which hears his name ou tlie
market.
,Tlio will of .1. S. Deschamps, of
Rossland, who died n short time ago
at the hospltul here, shows an es
tute of about a hundred and twenty
ihousuud dollars, to he divided am
ong four members of the family.
Leonard Jecks. Hern hi iiiessuian
gol away on Thursday lor a lei
days' or two weeks' holiday, uu In
teuiloii which ims beon balked one*,
or twice before mi nccouul of Iln
volume of work in hand, ?
J. It. Wallace, of the Fernle Froi
Press, ami J. McLeod, his rlghl baud
man. were among the visitors front tlie
coal city who accompanied their hull
leam to WyclliTc lust Sunday to help
them take home the laurels iu tho E.
K. baseball league.
Jas. Laldlaw, C. B, Staples. F. McNab, O. M. Edwards, aud tlie other
members of the party, returned to the
city this week from a cruising cxpeit
I Hon into the McNab timber limits on
White river.
Mr. nud Mrs. Stender and family
wbo lost their home hy fire lust
week ut Kootenay Orchards, have mo*
veil Into the city, and aro occupying
one of the Deacon houses on Cran
brook St.. which tbey huve purchased.
Mrs. E. F. Hicks, wbo hns been in
the city visiHng at lhe home of her
sisler, Mrs. Percy Graham, has left
on her way hack to Union Bay, Van
couver island, with her little daughter born at tbe t*otlage Hospital on
the 110th of Inst month.
Criminal and civil assizes are announced to be held in tbis city noxl
month, opening on October XO, So
far as is known, however, thero arc
no criminal cases to come ap from
here, though there may he sonie from
Fornie, where civil court only is announced commencing on Oelolx-r 17.
Mr. W. R. Grubbe this week suffered an accident in the canyon of St. Mary's river, liy which he sustained a
broken arm. Ho was at the bottom
at the water, when friends unwittingly dislodged a rock from above, and
sent It down. It struck Mr. Grubbe
on the arm. breaking it above lho
wrist, and might have beon more serious still.
The delegation of about twenty Rotarlans from this clly attended Iho
big doings in Spokane last week are
unanimous Iu their expressions of appreciation of the treatment accorded
them. Three curs, those of Messrs.
W. H. Wilson, J. -P. Fink and M. A.
Benle took somo of the Hoturians to
he Inland empire city hy road, the
•onininiU-r going hy train. They took
In the Inter-state fair as guests or tho
Spokano club, und were giver a drive
through the surrounding country anting oilier things.
A Pipe,
A Book, and —
Good Eyesight
Tliese are the real comforts of
leiBiirs hours.
Our mission is to supply the
eye-sight through Hie medium of good glasses.
At work or ut. pluy, you need
the good vision our glasaos
will give you
Telephone for appointment uud
lei us show you how well wo
can make you see.
W. H. Wilson
MFG.   OPTICIAN
Alex. Emory, of Creslon, Is reported I
Irom the hospiial to he somewhat im-1
proved.
Mrs. Geo. Negart, of Bull River, Is]
a patient at the hospiial here at tho
present llano.
Mr. Wm. Harvey, of the Stardard
Trust. Co., Winnipeg, was a visitor iu
tlie clly the end of hist week in connection with property hero which the
company owns.
Mr, und Mrs. J. L. Peden nnd little
daughter who have been visiting at
tbe home of Mr. nnd Mrs. John Martin, left on Tuesduy in their Oakland
car on their return to Seattle via Spokane..
Tho Recreation Club hns posfponed
for ahout a month the dance which
was to have been held on Friday next.
to mark lho opening of their winter
program. Tlie now date will be announced shortly.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Hodgson returned home on Wednesday from a
visit to eastern jiolnts In Canada and
the United States. Accompanying
them on their return was Mrs. Jus.
Moffatt. of Amherst, N.S., mother of
Mrs. Hodgson, who will make her
home here In future. Miss Dorothy
Hodgson returned to the city lust
week, while Miss Helen is still In California, whero sho haa heen spending
summer
fob saw;
Voung Flemish Giant Rabbits, bred
from peligree stock. Inspection Invited, Imported from E. MacDonald,
2616 Clark Drive. Vuncoiiver, B.C.
Apply Abel Hampton, Michel, IU'.
Fall
Styles
ARE) NOW BEING FEATURED IN BOTH WOMEN'S AND
MEN'S WEAR
OUR SHOWING OP WOMEN'S COATS IS MAONIFIC-
ENT, AND SOCIETY BUANO
SUITS AND OVERCOATS FOR
MEN CANNOT BE SURPASSED.
WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTION.
mittmmA     Bjj-Bw
*   ____-*--__________l pn.i lf___k__H_____9
WANT ADS.
Mc NA1I TOWNSITE, NEAB
EtKO
Martin Tiros, will muko an nn-
noimcemenl respecting the salo of lots
in tbis townsite, for the benefit of
Ihelr clients who desire to purchusc.
In next weeks issue of this paper.
They expect to have completed their
Invosiigutioii nf ihe property and plan
of sale early next week, so they he
bio lo furnish Intending purchasors
with fullest, particulars. Watch for
Mils announcement. L'!)
WHS SKIflKL, WELL
KNOWN ENTERTAINER
HERE ON FRIDAY NEXT
Cranhrook citizens will welcome
the announcement that Miss Theresa
M. Seigel, western Canada's talented
elocutionist and pluy reader, will again he presented by tho Methodist Ladles' Aid for a fifth engagement, on
tho ovoning of Frldny, September 22.
Tho Ladles' Aid Is very happy this
yonr In having secured Miss Seigel's
consent to read what Is perhaps the
strongest and most exuding number
In her collection, George Braodhursl's
■tory of "The Man or the Hour.
Price of admission, M tents.      29
FURS WANTED
Hy party going Into Oilfields
In Northern Alborfe.
Will   buy   good seiond-haiid
Fnr Coal, Gauntlets and Head
Wear also Mocassins.     Stale
lowest prico each article.
Write P.O. Box 287,
CltANBROOK, B.C.
STAIi   SECOND  HAND STOBE
I'llODfl 9.
We pay the best prices going for all
kinds of furniture. Wo buy anything from a mouse trap to an auto-.
mobile.
W. W. Kllby, Auctioneer and Valuer
FOB SALE Oil KXCHANGK. —One
registered two shear Oxford Down
rum. Apply John Cullen Crnnbrook. ac i_H~:to
WANTED. — Three or four roomed
house furnished. Apply V. O. Box
.!;"..!. Crunhrixik. 29
Mrs. W. Wilkinson of Elko, returned
to hor home on Tuesday from the hospital wliere she was a patient for u
I Im*
Bred Byckmnn, of Fort Steele, was
In the cfty this week during the fair
helping with the secretarial duties
during the two days of the exhibition.
Windsor, Ont.—*Dodge Bros., automobile manufacturers, Detroit, have
purchased a factory site In Windsor
and will erect n plant to care for their
Canadian trade and possibly their export trude. Tliere ts seven and a half
acres In the site, which Is particularly
well adapted for manufacturing und
shipping.
FOB SALE. — Dadge car, run 8,600
miles. McLaughlin Pour, in first
class condition. Apply to Martin
Bros.,      Cranbrook. 28tf
WANTED. — A middle aged lady to
euro for children for two weeks
about Octobor 1st or 15th while
mother is absent from town. Must
ho fond of children. Apply nox
207, Crunbrook. 28tf
FOB SALE. — A good Inrge fireproof
safe. Apply B. Weston, Baker
Street. 28tf
W. McGrew
MASON & RISOH
Piano Tuner
will be In the city between
SEPTEMBER IS nml 20.
Tuning and Action
Regulating.
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Leave Orders at Herald
Office or Phone 384
FOK SALE—Registered Holsteln bull,
cows, hoitors In c-uir, calvos. Heavy
milking pedigrees*, $r,o to Moo.
Ct.tl.oi.rl Scott, Nowgste, B.C.   27-29
You can get Food for Yourself
and Food for Your Car at
CANAL FLAT
Full Line of Groceries and Provisions
Saturday   Specials
POT   IROAST BEEF   10 to 18, _c 11).
SHOULDER ROAST BEEF      I2J_« III.
BRISKET BEEF     Ne Hi.
ROUND STEAK    90c ll,.
SHOULDER ROAST PORK    38c Hi.
SHOULDER ROAST VEAL    ISc III.
SHOULDER SPRING LAMB       ISc lh.
HOME MADE SAUSAGE     15c lh.
HAMBURGER      l;,,. lh,
FRESH KILLED BROILERS  AND  FOWL
CREAM and NEW MILK   —  best  by   test
P. Burns C& Co. Ltd.
PIIOM. 10
f IMMIKOOK, II.C.
J. K. Chorlton
TEACHER OP
'CELLO and VIOLIN
TERMS    -      }1 Per I-eRson
HI HANSON AVENUE
- Phono 820 —
VV.  NICOLL
HOOTS AND SHOES
REPAIRED
Norburj A venno — Between the
2 moving picture theatres.  Former office of Cranbrook Agency
(live a Returned Man a Trial
BRITISH CAPITAL FOR CANADA
JAMES  II. BHOWN   I.MITKII
Foreign Bunkers, I tnl<-r.vrh.>rs, Stock Brokers
Having exceptional facilities for underwriting capital. Invito det.illn
of bond Issues, delieni.nr.-n. and small companies seeking expansion,
TKAIMKH AM) TKAVKUKIlNr Credits arranged  In nil  part, of
Kurope,    Closest exchange  rules quoted.    Hills discounted.
Reference:   Lloyd's  Hank, Coventry  Street   W,  London,   England,
AkciiIm In all principal cities nf tin rope und Aslu.
I lead Ofllce: St. Stephen's Chambers,   Telegraph St., Moorgale, K.C.
LONDON, ENGLAND.
A Director is resident in British Columbia.  Koolenay correspondence
may he addressed to Box C, The Herald, Oranbrook, B.C.
Cranbrook Cartage & Transfer Co.,
TOWRISS   &   ARAMS
SAND
and
(.RAVEL
LUMBER
COAL
and
WOOD
EXCAVATING AND MOVING BUILDINGS
DISTRIBUTION GARB A SPECIALTY
Furniture and Baggage Transferred
Packed
or
Stored
— TEAMS BY DAY OR HOUR ON SHORT NOTICE
tt    PHONE    II

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