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Array IHE NATIONAL ADTLBTItER
KNOWS THE BEST MEDICM-
HE I-ATliOMZESTUE Hr 'oO*"-^
jUCU »*V'4
iE CRANBROOK HERALD
t I'AI-EII Kill THE HOHK -
TIIE IM'i:Hi:STS III' CltAN.
BROOK   FOREMOST   tl.HlYH
VOLUME 84
< ItAMUiOOK, IU'., FRIDAY BECEMBEII 1,1922
M  II II K It      III
Prepare for the Ball the B SV££ l a on New Year's Night
Better Business
Methods Discussed
Itotarinus hi Friendly Gather*
tug, HHiiff Competitor as
■Hm'sl inr Open HphkIoii
There aii) about two dozen business ami professional men In tho city
who Hlii-.' Inst Tue.iitay evening know
a good iU'uI more aboul Uotury mul
tlie Hotartnn principles tbnn before.
They aro men In tlm mime calling uh
the ltotnrlnns themselves, competitors lu tlie bald term usually applied
-—though according tu Rotarlan ethics lt is in -service there should be
the main competition —who were Invited by the Club members lo uu open "belter business methods" discussion. Thin is part ot the Roturian
business etaoiu shrdlu etnoin nlon
program or educntion towards a better, or more definite standard, of ethics lu business.
The Rotary Club membership twenty-three strong was there one hundred per cent, strong, for whieh they
were commended by the* president,
O. R Marsh, and there were twenty-
four visitors. The roll call was answered by each Hoturlan giving the
name and connection of his guest. The
roster of host and guest wns as follows:
G. P. Marsh, Royal Bank — J. H.
McQuaid. Bank of Commerce; W. R.
Grubbe, Imperial Bank.
A. Graham, Nisbet & Graham — G.
J. Spreull. Gurd & Spreull.
W. P. Attrldge. Cranbrook Sash &
Door Co, — A. A. MacKinnon, Cranbrook Foundry and Machine Shop.
Dr. P. W. Green — Judge G. H.
Thompson.
M. A. Beale. Beale & Elweli — Jas.
A. Arnold.
J. J. Delany, Delany & Sinclair —
G. W.  Patmore. Patmore Bros.
E. H. McPhee, Electric Supply
Shop — J. H. Dubois, Standard Electric Co.
P. M. MacPherson, Hanson Garage
—P. H. Dezall.
W. E. Worden, City Transfer — P.
Adams, Crnnbrook Cartage * Transfer Co.
A. H. DeWolf, DeWolf & Ham —
J. G. Cummlngs.
G. C. Robson, B. C. Spruce Mills —
13. U Staples, Otis-Staples Lumber
Ca
H. A. McKowan, Cranbrook Sash &
Door Co. — E, Home. C. P. R. Tie &
Timber Dept.
0, J. Utile. Little & Atchison —
John Manning.
L. P. Sullivan. Cranbrook Courier
— P. A. Williams, Cranbrook Herald.
J. M. Clark. V. M. C. A. — T. R.
Flett. Supt.. 0. P. R.
Rev. E. W. MacKay. Knox Church
—Rev. P. V. Harrison. Christ Church.
W. H. Wilson ~- A. Raworth, Raworth Bros.
J. P. Scott. Cranbrook Drug & Book
Co. — A. P. Nobio, Beattie-Noble, Ltd.
Dr. P. B. Miles - Dr. W. A. Kergie.
J. Scholl. Western Joblwrs — A.
Corrie,    Western   Canada     Wholesale
Co.
J. P. Fink. Fin* Mercantile Co. -
R. Bnrtch. McCreery BVos.
C, K. Ward. Monarch Life Insurance Co. A. K. Turner. New Ytrk
Llfo Insurance Co,
A, E, Jones. Jones & Doris—Witt.
Hell. Smith Bros. & Wilson.
The gU69tS were escorted to their
places at lho tablos in tho dining
room of the V. M. C. A. by their Ho
tnrlun Mends, und full justice was
done to a supper provided liy the lto
tarlan chief, Mrs. McNeil, lo the ac
FIFTH MI.MHKK .*
JOINS STAFF OF ■
III ItAI DUNS WFFK •
,   «
Jas. <>. Smith arrived ou Wed- *
nesil.i.  evening from Summerland '
taking a position as make-up man *
and spare operator with the Her- '
1 aid.     He worked for many years '
1 on Ihe Weekly Scotsman,   Edln- '
1 burgh, and since coming to this '
1 country has beeu with the Sum- '
1 morland Review.    He Is the hold- '
1 er of a Typographical Union card, •
1 being thus the third of the staff of '
1 five to be so qualified. '
Other evidence of the substan- '
1 tlal growth Herald business is reg- '
' lstering Is seen ln the fact that a '
1 stereotyping outfit that has been '
1 under negotiation for several '
1 months past is now due to arrive '
■ any day. In addition to furnish- '
1 ing an advertising service, and ■
1 providing regular news features, '
* this will also enable cuts to be '
' made from any mats, and allow
1 of stereos being made   of   some
* Jobs In the office, thus releasing ■
■* good deal ot standing type and eq- '
' ment. This is an exclusive service
* for which the Herald has the fran-
' chlso for this section.
FATHER SHOOTS SON
IN DISTRESSING HUNTING
ACCIDENT AT ELKO
Sixteen Yenr Old Jns. Strathim
of Fernle Suffers -Hint-
tered Arm.
Elections Wili Soon
Claim Attention
Ad vail cos Marie lo   \Y. F. Cameron io Again Contest the
Mayoralty ior lt»23
Elko was the scene of a distressing
accident ou Sunday Inst Mr. I.nbnrl
Strachan, mine Inspector at Pernie,
had the misfortune to accidentally Indict a gun shot wound ou bis sixteen
yeur old son, Jimmie Strachan, whllo]HiltiKi
on his way to Elko from ihn hunting
grounds of the Wigwam River.
Mr. Strachnn, accompanied by his
The time lias come again tor the election lever to manifest itself hero. It
always seems as though something is
lacking in Cranbrook if there is not an
election In the ofQing, so that the civic
elections,  now  so soon to  be decided
another year will help to bring
back to normal.
W. 1*\ Cameron, former mayor,
nnd alderman lor n number of years,
slated this week that lie had been ap-
boii, and Willie Duncan, a boy friend l pr0ached to again contest the mayor-
of the latter, were procoedlns along a|ty ,-,„• ,ieX| year. Mr. Cameron ran
the trail towards Elko, when Mr. last year agalUBl Mayor Genest, and
Strachan on shifting his fill*-, which | jost ou( only   by   a narrow majority,
he was carrying in a sling. accidental
ly discharged tho weapon, and thn
younger Strachnn, who waa three or
four paces in the rear of bis father,
received the bullet lu hts left arm at
a point midway between the shoulder
and elbow.
First uid was Immediately administered to the wounded lad, ana u tourniquet applied to stanch llle How of
blood. Mr. Strachan then left the boy
to get his car, which was farther
along the trail ut a desarted farm
house nearly three miles away, and
little thirteen year old Willie Duncan
was left to watch his suffering comrade.
only eighteen votes separating the two
candidates in a poll of about four hundred, Urgonl business lu the shape
at the district bonsplel at Lethbridge
culled Mr. Cameron away from the ci
ty last year the week of the election,
und his friends at the lime considered
this fact hud sonic bearing on the result.
Mr. Cameron states thut Ue is still
considering the matter, but his friends
are almost insistent thut the mutter Is
settled, and that Mr. Cumerou will be
hi the field.
Alderman A. J. Balment wns also approached some time ago to run for
the mayoralty, but stated that so long
Jimmie,   though   suffering   Intense] a" Mr. Cameron wus considering the
pain in his shattered arm. implore.) the
younger lad to allow lilm to follow
the elder Strachan, and then in spite
of the former's protests began walking in the direction of the Maldrutt
Ranch.     Young    Duncan,    carrying
matter, he would not commit himself.
If. Mr. Cameron ran, Mr. Balment stated he would certainly not oppose him.
Mr. Balment has served seven years as
alderman* and if not in the mayoralty
contest, will probably be asked to of-
three rifles and burdened by coats and j Ter himself for an eighth term.
otlier impedimenta, had no recourse
but to follow his companion. The
pluck of the two Jads musi huve been
wonderful. Thoy reached the Mal-
dratt ranch before Mr. Strachan had
got the car started, although both were
exhausted by their efforts.
Whnt the position of the present alderman.e board is, has not altogether
been gathered, but Aldermun Molr is
understood to be willing to serve again If called upon. Mayor Genest, who
has served a three year term as mayor, Is now understood to be desirous
Two hours later the wounded tad|or Ar0W1** out outircly- Alderman
was safe in the hoaplta. In Fernie. [*Btftj! non-qgmmittnl on the matter
An examination showed Hie arm to LelB0
■hattered beyond  saving.    Early onl ,» .
Monday morning an amputation was J
performed, and latest reports aie to j PIl'K OKUAN IS NOW
the effect that the patient has recovered nicely from the terrible ordeal
he has been so recently subjected to.
HEING INSTALLED IN
PKFSBYTFKIAN CHUBCH
conipnniment of social intercourse,
a smoke, and amid the pleasant informal Rotarlan atmosphere.
Rotariau songs beguiled the time
as the tables were being cleared, and
also filled in other intervals during
the evening. The chairman did not
lii-sir.ite to class some of the musical
efforts of his members as "rotten."
but nevertheless it promised well for
the minstrel show they nre working
on, and one could see where some latent talent of no mean order was being developed along this Hue.
Two pleasant littte Interludes were
The new pipe organ for Knox Presbyterian Church arrived in the cltj
to-day. Thc work of installing this
organ will be done by Mr. ftpp'n of
Edmonton, who is an expert and undertakes this work for the manufacturers. Casavant Freres. St. Hya-
ciailie, Quebec.
The new organ, which, we understand, will cost in tho ueiglibcrhood
of $4,000 complete, will prove of much
benefit to the church wont, as well as
something In which all lovers of music
will be interested. It will provide
an additional unit in the church plant
in which the members will be justified in taking much pride, nnd will
made  fn ihe proceedings,  when His
Honor  Judge Thompson   wns  asked i«B8l8t Immeasurably In providing for
in nil seriousness to out a birthday
cake, which proved even
tougher than uny bride's first cake,
for the reason that it proved to be nothing other than n cigar hox dressed
up and decorated with nuts in the
approved fashion. Rotariau Jack
Delany was also made the recipient
or a presentation In the form of n
duck, whicli undoubtedly was a well
preserved specimen - - for lhe reason ihal there was nothing Imt bones
to ll - in allusion to 11 wish the recipient Is understood to have expressed (o get a good feed of duck.
After iIipho little pleasantries lind
broken the ice, as if were - not tlmt
any thawing out process was necessary al all — and lhe guesl.; had been
given a welcome by the Rotary president, the meeting was turned over
to Rotarlan w. P. Attrldge, who had
charge or lhe Better Business Methods meetiug. Tliis process consisted of tossing over thc new club gavel, presented to tlie club by Rotarlan Harry McKowan, and In Itself a
unique and Interesting piece of wood
craft.
"Chairman Bill," to give him his
Rotarlan title, proceeded to propound
tiie musical requirements of the ser-
trifle! v,cw.
CltAMlItOOK MUSICAL
SOCIETY NOTES
The Musical society has everything
In readiness for the opening concert
of the season which will take place on
Wednesday, December 6th at the Auditorium.
Tho choral Branch nre giving four
items, two of which will be accompanied by the orchestra, special parts
having been nrraiiged for tlie occasion
by Mr. Geo. Bower.
Tho Orchestra ore down for four
Hems of highly classical nature. The
ever popular Banjo Club ure appearing twice, while two of lis members
are giving solos.
Mr. J. K. Cborlton is to present two
interesting cello solos, and last but
not least Mrs. M. Forrest, n soprano
or undoubted ability, is down to give
two beautiful songs "Mlfanwy" by Dor-
■1-1 I 1 I I I I M 11 lllll -H-M-H-H-
GET YOLK CHRISTMAS
f PARCELS AND iJ.in.ns
READY VOU MAILING
The post Ollice Department al
Ottawa advise ihe public that
parcels and other mail matter
intended for deliver.' in Eur ip
can countries before Christmas
should be mailed at as early a
date as possible, ami at the very
latest iu time to connect with tho
si earner "Melita" B illing from
se. John on December .Mb. This ffcj
would mean that nail matter
would havo to lei ve here by
December 3.
The public nre also advised
that money orders for payment
abroad should be purchased as
soon as possible, and at tbe latest within the nexl fow days.
Unless the advices ot these orders reach the exchange offices
in time for dispatch by the
Christmas malls, payment of lho
orders will not be made before
Christmas.
Ill HIIHIHI H 1-H-M-H-H-I-
ii
. Local Hews.
im#i     v    i    ^   w   _   "thy Porator, and "Sunbeums" hy LanT
to the members a question each, tht j 'In1'!,^,0"llUl
answers to which gave the visitors
an Insight into the underlying principles of Rotary, and bow Ihey might
be put into effect by the members, to
the undoubted betterment of the business life of the community, Inasmuch as the Rotary motto, "He profits most who server, best" was the
dominant note of lt all.
For the visitors, G. J. Spreull outlined some further practical methods whereby he thought the merchants of the city might render better
service to the community, and some
simple rules for business conduct
which might tend toward better rel-
atlonahlpfi. Otber -speakers for the
vtaltora woro Judge Thompson, T. A,
matt, W, U Staple* and B. Rome.
Mr. 1* S. George, inglneor of the
Dominion Water Power Branch of the
Department of Public Works, was in
Cranbrook ou ofiicial business over the
week-end.
A dance was held on Friday evening
last week in the K. P, Hall by tho Brotherhood of Locomotive Fireman, and
a good crowd ensured the success ol
the affair. Edmonton's orchestra provided the music.
On Friday evening lust the opening
of the new community hall at Elko
was marked by a dance held there, nl
which a good crowd wus present, the
music being provided by Mrs Edmonton and Mrs. Walllnger, of ihis city.
send from Ferule stopped over in
Crunbrook ou their way to Pentlcton
to attend the Ureal ..Wat Veterans'!
Convention being held in that city.
Mr. Bryant is president of the Ferule
branch of the Association. Mr. Wai-'
ter Kay is representing Cranbrook at
this convention. .
A very enjoyable dance was held last!
Friday at tba new hull, McDougal, a
short distance from Kimberley. A big
crowd enjoyed dancing in the lurge
hall, Bob ('rear acting as floor manager. Edmonson's Rookie Four provided the music, and a number fiom this
city were in attendance, The affair
was in aid of the funds of the hockey
team.
Work 011 the new school addition is
progressing very favorably. The arch
stone over the entrances are now in
place and the rough flooring on the I
first floor has been laid. Bricklayers
are hastening Ihe erection of the first
Btorey walls. The snow of Tuesday
somewhat interrupted tho progress of
the work, but with the return of the
milder weather good time Is again being made.
On Tuesday of last week at the Presbyterian Church. Creston, a branch of
the Presbyterian W. M. S. was organized by Mrs. E. W. MacKay. of this city. Officers for the society were elected as follows: President, Mrs. James; lst Vice-Pres., Mrs. Henderson;
2nd Vlce-Pres., Miss Watcher; Rec.
Secy., Miss K. Moore; Treas., Miss
Sherwood; Missionary Messenger Sec,
Mrs. Hare; Supply Sec, Miss Taylor;
Corresponding Sec, Mrs. Bronson.
Knox church Ladies' Aid ure holding a bazaar ln the schoolroom 011
Saturday next, December 2nd. The
ladles are looking for a large attendance. Tlle various tablos will be well'
supplied with useful articles. Your
Christmas gift worries will be materially lessened by 11 visit to thc bazaar.
A special feature will be the dolls'
table, where the children cun buy
everything for their dollies ut prices
to suit their purses. Everything from
G cents to $1.00.
W. F. Attrldge met with a mishap
with his car on the Wycliffe roud on
Sunday last, when taking a load of
Cranbrook people up to the opening of
the Methodist Church at Kimberley.
The road was a little slippery, and at
a turn, the application of the brakes to
the car caused the rear end to swing
round Into the path of an approaching
car from Wycliffe. The latter could
not avoid a collision, though swinging
out as much as possible, and caught
Mr. Attridge's car a blow at one of
the rear wheels. Two of tho pussou-
_^^^^-^^^^^^_^^^^^^ *erBi Miss Grace McFarlane, and her
Capt. Tigerstndt and Lieut. Sheriff j brother Murray, suffered some Injur-
of tho local Salvation Army staff, who les, Murray being taken to tho hospital
have been In attendance at the Wei-1 having sustained a cut artery from the
coma Councils held In Vancouver last broken glass, and Miss McFarlane
week, returned on Thursday. lolatlng bruises on tho face.
Preparing For
Hockey Season
Meeting Al tVycllffe oil Siimlnj
Lust   Effect*  Initial
Organization
Wycliil'e, u.i'., Nov. 30.—A hockey
meeting was held in the club ou Sunday afternoon. A number of hockey
enthusiasts were down from Kimberley and ('ranbrook was represented by
Mr. and Mrs. E. h. Staples for the Recreation Club.
it was decided to form a four league
team consisting of a Tunnel and Concentrator team from Klmberley, and
a team each from Wycllffe and Cranbrook.
The name of Selkirk Amateur Hockey  League was suggested and It  was
decided to apply tor amateur curds in
order (0 be eligible to play West Kootenay teams if so desired.
The election of ollleers resulted as
Follows: President. E. (!. Montgomery,
Kimberley; Vice Presidents, E. L, Staples, Wycllffe, M. A, Beale, Cranbrook,
uud Fred Chapman, Klmberley; Secretary Treasurer, Alec. Barry, Kimberley; BxocUtive, H. ,T. Caldwell, Al.
Keating, Bob ('rear and Fred Scott.
The first game has been scheduled
to lako pluce between Wycliffe and the
Tunnel Team at Kimberley on December _Mtli, weather permitting, and tho
Concentrator goes to Craubrook on
Christmas Day. The season's schedule
will be announced later.
CITY CONSTABLE
SI lU-.ltN ACCIDEXT
WHILE OUT HUNTING
Charlie Jo huso a Taken to Hospital Willi Hallet Wo 11 ad In
Loyi \n\\ Recovering
ftn Wednesday last a shooting party
consisting of Charlie Johnson, well
known city (unstable, mid Messrs. C.
a. Towriss, Parkins nnd Wm. Whiting,
went 10 Lumberton for a day's hunting in tlie woods, it appears that the
victim ' f tin* mishap became separated
from the others of the party, and iu
going along a Bldehlll, slipped, iiis
riffle dropped, and slid down the hill
for M-.er.il feet, then striking a rock
discharged Itself. .Mr. Johnson was
at this time lying 011 his back, and ihe
bullet passed through the muscle of
the left leg, went up through the abdomen, and -appeared on lhe right hide
above the thigh. Tbe bullet wus later extracted by Mr. Towrlss.
Alter the mishap, Mr. Johnson recovered his gun uud fired several times to attract his companions' attention, and about tbree-iiuurters ol au
hour elapsed hefore .Mr. Whiting arrived, the first of tbe party to reach
the spot. lie was carried hy his
friends lo a car. a distance of about a
mile and a half, and driven to bum-
beriou, from whicli point tbe hospital
was advised.
,Au examination at the hospital showed thut tiie bullet in passing through
the pockets had Btruck a bunch of keys
driving pieces of them into the abdomen. Latest reports are that Mr.
Johnson has been resting well, and
110 complications are now feared.
Local Member
Heard in House
Mr. Walllnger To ue lies oa Many
Points Iii Contribution
To Debate
(Special to The Hearld)
Mr. .Y A. Wallinger. Conservative
member for Craubrook, in continuing
the debate on the Budget In the House
at Victoria last week, commented upon
lhe fact that sluce his arrival in Victoria be bail been greatlj struck with
the ignorance displayed by membera
on tbv merits ol hie own district.
Hon.  Dr.  King, former .Minister of
bard for
the mem.
- aitou-
Arruligemetits are being made
whereby the members of the various
patrols of the Hoy Senilis arc to enjoy
tin? privilege of the use of the Recreation Club gymnasium and swimming
pool. The hours allotted are from 8
to 10 p.m. the first and third Fridays,
and from 7 to .1 p.m. the second and
fourth Fridays. Before any member of
any patrol can avail himself cf these
privileges he must have a satisfactory;
record of attendance at Scout meetings
and Sunday School.
Mrs. A. S. Ward received a telegram
Sunday telling her that her father. <
Mr. John Yuill of Edmonton, who bud
been in poor health for some time,!
was falling. This news, though sudden, was not entirely unexpected.
Some few years ago Mr. Vulll, who Is
a building contractor ut Edmonton,
met with a very serious accident,
leaving him much Impaired in health.
Mr. Yuill, who it an enthusiastic curler, is known lo many friends in Cranbrook, where he hus visited on sever-j
al occuslons. Later word was to the*
offect that Mr, Yuill had passed away
about two hours before Mrs. Ward
reached her destination.
It EDS AKE WTNM-KS
IN A V.I'.A. CAMPAIGN
I OK >li;.MBKHSIUr
Aboul seventeen girls belonging to
the organization of the Canadian Girls
lu Training organization, uud members of ihe classes of Mrs. Constantlne
end Mrs. Blrce in tho Baptist Sunday
School, met on Friday evening of last
week at the Parsonage and enjoyed a
social evening. There were three contests held during the evening, a tvord
contest, won by Nellie Slender, a Bible contest. In which Connie Bassett
uud Kna Davis tied for first honors,
and divided u pie between them for the
prize; and 11 novel "senses" taking event won by Uahrlella Hamilton. The
girls also put on au impromptu program during the evening, and partook
of refreshments served by Rev. and
Mrs. Tapscott.
Early application for tickets Is
strongly advised by the executive, aB
the accommodation is somewhat limited. The full programme Is now available und can be obtained on application to any member of the Society.
AN members of the Musical Society
nro reminded that the two final rehearsals will take place us follows:
Monday: 8 p.m. Choral; u p.m. Orchestra.
Tuesday: 8 p.m. Orchestra; 9 p.m.
Choral.
Losers will Pay forfeit by Providing   Supper 4o  lie Held
Wednesday Evening Next
The regular meeting of the Anglican Young People's Association was
held iu the Parish Hall on Wednesday
evening at S o'clock. The president.
.Miss Muriel Baxter, presided af the
meeting and owing to the unavoidable
absence of the secretary. Mr. Leonard
Burton, his position was taken by Corporal I). Wilson.
The meeting opened with the singing of "O Canada." After the minutes
were read and adopted, a good deal of
routine business was brought up and
discussed.
The event of the evening was tlie
membership campaign returns. It was
finally announced that the Reds were
ahead with 53 members, and the Blues
had 2*!. This leaves the program for
next week's meeting in the hand? of
the Blues. It will tuke the form of a
supper commencing ar t;.:;o p.m., with
speeches, etc.
Arrangements for the dance on 20th
December aro going ahead and it
promises to be a social event. The
C.R.C. Orchestra has been enraged
ami special committees appointed for
refreshments, decorating and reception. Some 200 Invitations will b-. sent
out this week-end.
-•■•**•«
IU23 NASH SPORT (Alt
rlltSTOKITS MUPKI,
IN KltliTSlI 101,1 Mill A
T. M. II. Stewart, of the Ratcllffe &
Stewart Oarage, returned on Sunday
evening from the Coast, bringing a
1028 sport model Nash car. Tbe firm
has the Nash agemy for this territory,'
uud through the co-operation of the
II. C. Nash distributors at Vancouver,
tho new model brought in to Cranbrook enjoys the distinction of being
the only one or its kind in B. C. Mr.
Stewart stntes that the trips from;
Vancouver he has mnde in differ-
ent Nash models lias fully convinced'
him that the Nash is u serviceable oar
for this territory, and they are prcpar-
ed to stand behind lhe cars they put
out.
Tho 19:.,. model is an arislochutlc
looking automobile, and In addition to
the c.tistoniory refinements one looks,
for iu a high class err tbe new Nash j
boasts disc wheels, with two spares,
aluminum step plates, nlckle plated
combination stop and tail light, monogram radiator cap, motor-motor und
locking type bnr, nickeled guard ■
bars at rear of body, strong nlckle-j
plated bumpers rear and front, 0110
piece windshield, spot light and parking lamps, windshield wiper, heavy
silk mohair top, new type cowl ventilator.
Till. SALVATION1 ARMY
HAN80X AVENUE
Sunday: 11 a.m.. Holiness Meeting.
'.i p.m., Sunday School, 7..*t0 p.m., Salvation Meeting,
Captain Tigerstedt and Llout. Sher-
riff will bo welcomed back on Sunday from the Annual Congress Meetings held at Vancouver. Yon are welcome.   Come und enjoy the singing.
I Public  Works,  bad   v
, the Cranbrook riding
ber.   bin   lie bad   bed
[ Minister to give lhe d   	
I tion it merited.
[ Mr. Wallinger commented upon the
fact that the roads of bis riding hud
1 been neglected, and be urged that the
Government should take steps to repair them. Practically every Industry
, was represented iu his district, with
perhaps the exception of Ashing, It
hud the biggest Silver nunc In the
world, which had a targe pay-roll. He
hoped to see some aid given the Industry in the matter of reduced taxation.
The prospectors were having .1 difficult time by reason of the heavy taxation. There wa- .-, lack of "grub-
. staking." due to people being more iti-
1 terested in autos.
, Mr* Walllnger asked that tho Government direct its Interests towards a
reduction in taxation, aud more especially experessed a desire for it not
to monkey with tbe presont Mining
i Acts. If that promise were given out
: it would encourage outside capital to
come Into British Columbia.
Touching on the Workmen's Compensation Act, i'..e Craubro.'k member
contended that where a man was Utt-
■ der quarantine  under the Act  they
; should get the same benefits a? a man
t wbo had been hurt.   Ho also sugpest-
led that where a man had been badly
1 Injured, ho should be sent -to a spectal-
st or a specialist brought to tbe man'
f thore was a possibility, 00 as to lessen the costs.   It would be- better for
(ali concerned, tho man's friends and
Iso the Board.
An alleged pre-election promise in
'the recent Cranhrook by-election was
touched upon by Mr. Walllngor, who
referred to a statement made by Mr.
Taylor that if he wore elected a new
Government huilding would be built.
Mr. Wallinger hoped that Bad] a premise would be kept in spite of the fact
tbat the electorate voted against Mr.
Taylor.
The Cranbrook member criticised
the present condition of tbe Civil Service, the personnel of which, he claimed, wa-s slowly being undermined. The
Government was not playing tho game
in the way of promotions, and no encouragement was offered to boys wbo
desire to take up the Civil Service. It
was a travesty of British justice, he
claimed, that a man could bo dismissed
on a moment's notice, referring to his
own caso.
In conclusion. Mr. Walllnger urged
the Government to give serious consideration to a reduction in taxation.
Industries, especially the farmers,
were crying out for relief, which thoy
claimed was due them.
Mr. W. J. Bowser, Leader of the Opposition, adjourned tho debate.
A seasonable problem, Christmas
presents, can be solved at the Salvation Army Homo League Sale on Saturday, December sth. in the Presbyterian Schoolroom* Be sure and bave
n oup of T whon you aro thero.
=*\
DON'T   MISS   TIIE
GRAND  CONCERT
PRESENTED   BY   THE
Cranbrook Musical Society
Over Sixty Artists, All Local Talent
Come and hear what ymir Iminc
(own ean produce In the nay of
GOOD MUSIC
Wednesday, December 6th
AT  THE
Auditorium
*i PA HE TWO
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
Friday, December 1,11)22
The Satisfaction thai good
work gives is worth many
limes what yon pay.
IF   NOT   SATISFIED
TRY
RAWORTH BROS.
Jewelers and Opticians
U.I-.H. Watch Inspectors
NKXT TO l-OST OFFICE
Ok Cranbrook herald
Published overy Thursday.
P, A.  WILLIAMS
Kdltor and Proprietor
and operation of the lantern, and to
the University of Alberta for tho use
of ihe manuscript and slides.
It Is said thut "Tho evil that men do
lives after them; the good is oft interred with their bones." This cannot be
said of Jeanne D'Arc, whoso life and
work grows rather than diminishes us
limo goes ou. She has beon described
us the most wonderful girl who ever
lived, as fur as history gives record,
and she was ouly nineteen years old
when she camo to her death al the
stake.
Ill one brief year, having a vision of
hor mission in lire, sho wus successful
in saving France from English domination. Her character was one of perfect simplicity and unexampled
strength. Space will not permit going
Into the story further, save to recoil
how after twenty years lhe verdict
was reversed, and thai the Roman
Church which had finally recognised
ber us "Venerable" only in the last
low years look slops towards her canonization. In lflOll at St. Peter's, on
Kaster. the Pope's decree of Uoatllica
tion was read, men and women weeping openly, in 1919, the full canonization was completed, and she is now
known as Saint Jeanne D'Arc.
It Is understood thnt should the attendance warrant It, the Club will bo
pulling on other lectures. Il Is therefore hoped thut a much larger number
will avail themselves of the opportunity of hearing the next lecture.
Subscription Prico .
To United .states ..
... V2M per year
... ii..'M per year
"Wll*   ■  HImIoii   Without   • Mull**1
Printed hr Vm.**t* L«b«r
Advertising Hatei oo Application.
Changes for Advertising MUST bt tn
this office Wednesday noun the currant
week tu secur* attention.
CRANBROOK,  BRITISH  COLUMBIA
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, m>L
I.KCTUIt*. ON KltKM.II
IMItOINi: GIVJ3K AT
ltl.< IMATION (MB
Atteildaiice Is Smnll, Bill Subject Matter Worthy of a
■Noodl A ml ie imt
Whether due to insufhcicnl puhllclty
or apathy on the part of the public to
lectures or entertainments of a high
ordor, or possibly to both, the attendance at the lecture given at the Recreation Club on Saturday evening was
regrettably small.
Tho subject as advertised through
the Club Notes was to have been "A
Thousand Miles Up The Nile." In its
place, however, had been seal one
which described and illustrated the
career of Jeanne D'Arc. The lecture
wltb the accompanying slides is one
of a series which are at the disposal
of public bodies such as tlie Club, this
service being purt of the work of the
Extensfon Department of lhe University of Alberta.
Thp Recreation Club aud the public
aro indebted lo Miss S: White, who so
ably road (ho manuscript, und to Mr.
H. S. Young of Wycliffe, for the use
TWENTY YEARS AGO
Extracts from the Cranbrook
Herald of this date, 1902.
II is announced thut Ihe Imperial
Hank will open u brunch In the city
the lirst of next month, the second
banking institution to establish itself
here.
Malcolm Horie ls taking his lirsi
vacation in twelve years, having left
for Vancouver, intending later to pro-
deed to his old home fu Quebec. He
will he away most of the winter.
Dave Griffith of Wild Horse has gone
to Spokane, whoro It is stutod arrangements will bo made to put iu u
stump mill ut the Lone Five Mine on
Wild Horse.
Father Coccolo visited Fori Steele
last Sunday lo hold service Ihere, uud
also at Wild Horse.
The new dynamo for the Klectric
Light Company is expected in a few
days.
FROM THE VIEW-POINT
OF
OUR CONTEMPORARIES
Govern in en I Hoazc liuslness.
That the price of permits for buying
liquor may bo reduced from five (o
Nash Passenger
Cars and Trucks
FOUR AMI SIX CYLINDER CARS, INCMTIUNfl
The 1923 Sport Models
RATCLIFFE & STEWART
wa dollars each, and that the busin-
188 limit's of liquor stores be extend-
td lo include evenings.
These nro suggested amendments to
be liquor act, said to be made by Attorney-General .Manson. This Is llle
same Mr. Manson who, on Inking olllce
made public utterances to the effect
that the liquor control act wns for the
purpose of restricting rather than encouraging lhe use of liquor, So in or
dor to discourage tho use of liquor Mr
Manson evolves (ho Idea of making it
easier to got — easier   on the pocket
md more hours in which to buy It. Mr.
Manson is certainly entitled to the
palm for original ideas on discouraging liquor consumption.—Grand Forks
uzotte.
Make It Hurl.
From the over-severe sentences of a
century uso the pendulum has swung
into a region of sickly and washy sentimentality from which hns resulted
the Increased contempl of criminals
for any authority at all. It might even be advisable that no criminal juris-
lictloii should be given to honorary
justices, at all events In their own
districts. — The Australasian.     *
he Modern Slave.
To make 100 pairs of women's shoes
by hand takes 1,026 hours of labor. To
make iliein by machine requires only
80 hours, A machine driven saw makes us many pine hoards In 272 hours
is cun ho sawed out by hand in lii.OOO
hours. Wo are headed for a day when
lho only human labor will be making
machines and keeping them adjusted
while running. The machine Is*the
modern slave, lu effect, each of us
Ims many of those slaves working for
Thai is why we have a higher
standard of Ifvlrtg than our ancestors.
—Minneapolis News.
A
•Santa's Christmas Tlfessage
to you should be heard In person, for it Is one of the appeals to everyone.
Sunta says that our work
in home portraiture l» a comparatively new art. The secret of our phenomenal success is that we make you feel
at home among familiar surroundings, and catch you
with a happy, natural expression.
Let us tell J
you aboul our work and arrange for an appointment
for home portraits or groups.
Cranbrook Studio
Phone 404
I'On.TKY COLUMN TO
START IN NEXT WEEK'S
ISSUE OF "THE HKItAI.D'
The Herald wishes to announce thut
beginning with its next Issue a Poultry Column will be introduced. This
column, which will ho edited by a
well known and thoroughly successful
poultry expert, H is felt will be of
much benefit to our readers.
This column, besides giving general
information us to tlie care and reeding
of birds, will also answer any question that might he sent in hy subscribers or others interested in poultry.
Should anyone send in questions
before our next lssuo, the Poultry Editor will bo pleased to answer them.
To Elevate Mrs Smith to Cabinet
Rank Again
F
TIIE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF CRANBROOK
(Speclul to The Herald)
Victoria, Nov. 29.—-An amendment to
the Constitution, permitting Mrs. Mary
Ellen Smith to assume a cabinet rank
with a portfolio, is about due to be
introduced In tho Legislature by Premier Oliver. The cards are all stacked for tho lurty Liberal member from
Vuncoiiver to agiiln enter iho cabinet
from which she qtlll in disgust last
November, and her resignation to re-
■onlost the seat in Vancouver will be
the signal for the government to bring.
out a Liberal candidate lo attempt to
llll tlie scut vacated last year by M. A
Macdonald when lie made an unsuccessful attempt lo haul Leon Ladner,
M.l\, ror tho Federal House.
PKM'.YKING TO TAKK
IAIUNKT RANK AIUIN
There is little dotibt but that Mrs
Smith Is all prepared to ro hefore the
Vancouver electorate. On October 26
last the provincial Liberal oxecutiv
met ln Vancouver, not so very long
following the Nelson convention, and
there and then decided thai the only
possiblo way ln which the Terminal
City vaoant seat could be curried was
to appoint Mary Kllen to a cabinet
position. Premier Oliver was not any
too friendly with Mrs. Smith last. your.
Appointed to the cabinet a little -setter
than a year ago, Mrs. Smith found herself packing along lhe prolix Honorable but with no voice at the executive
meetings, and with no private 'ecro-
tary or department, to look after. She
resigned upon telling the Premier that
her position hud become intolerable.
And now comes the change. Hon.
John Hart, Minister of Finance, has
Informed the Government membors
that they must cut their estimates to
the hone. Mrs. Smith's new appointment will mean un extra $0,000 in snl-
ary, a private secretary ul $2,400 und
truvelllng expenses and the littine; up
of au office. Ileal economy—If only to
Win Vuncoiiver. I
ATTEMPTS TO WIN
GOODWILL
Mrs.. Smith entered the Legislature
In 1917'following the death of hor husband, Hun. Hulph Smith, Minister of
Finance, in the Brewster Government.
She was at first un Independent, but In
the 1920 election she threw off the
cloak of un independent und aliened
herself with the Oliver-Farris combination, heading tlie poll in Vancouver.
That she ia fully a ware of the program
and thut every llttlo effort on her part
will strengthen her position with the
Vancouver voters, was shown lu the
House during the past week. The galleries crowded on Thursday afternoon
by chiropractors und their friends,
Mrs. Smith suw a chance to make political capital by coming out strong for
the chiropractors, which led to cheer*
from the galleries which had to be
suppressed. And Mrs. Smith, in hor
speech, forgot to inform the Premior
that she did not wish to sit on the
committeo proposed by Mr. Harry Sea-
Innds, to investigate the chiros.   One
UK AIM) ON Till-:
STREET
The woodpecker Is the only bird that
gets anywhere by knocking.
The Honorable tiie Premier is fond
of saying that the time is far distant
when the Government will have outlived its usefulness. Such an oracular
statement would he interesting If freed
from the suspicion that the wish Is
father to the thought, uud If the electors of the Province could be brought to
see eye to eye with Mr. Oliver In his
conception of whal constitutes usefulness.
Unfortunately for him. however,
there are mnny who hold to views
diametrically opposed to his. These
are so skeptical of lhe Government's
managerial efficiency as to predict the
dawning of a day when the country
will have outlived the Government's
usefulness.
J. K. Chorlton
TEACHER OP
'CELLO and VIOLIN
TERMS     -       (1 Por I,enaon
144 HANSON AVENUE
— Phouo 320 —
Cranbrook
Hotel Cafe
We beg (o announce the
Opening of tlie Old Hotel Dining Room ua an
li'-TO.OATK CAPE.
Meals at All Hours from
7 a.m.   -  to   -   10 p.m.
Plione No. 1
Tommy
day later she spoke on the Budget debate and came out strong for the completion of the Pacific Great Eastern,
a mutter supported by the Vancouver
Hoard of Trude, and also made a plea
for the building of the University.
MclilSNKU, WILL Hi:
WINNING MATE
Both of these stunts can be looked
upon as nothing more than vole getting objectives. Not once in her
speeches bus she even dared to criticise the administration, Shu has been
found lining up with the old guard to
slide (he attempts of the Opposition
to bring to light the report submitted
by Col. Hoss Napier to the Attorney*
General In relation to a liquor enquiry
in Vancouver; she voted against the
Catherwood amendment to the Speech
debate lit relation to tho poor treatment meted out to the returned soldier settlers in Creston and Mervllle;
and she also ran true lo form when she
criticised Canon lliuchcllffe's motion
against tlte alleged discrimination or
ret a rued soldier dependents by I he
Mothers' Pensions official or the
Workmen's Compensation Act.
Partnering Mrs. Smith In the forthcoming by-election will be F. R. McD.
Russell, a woll known Vancouver Liberal lawyer, who is spending most ot
bis time at the present session hobnobbing around with ministers of the
Crown.
Court of Revision
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Court of Revision for correcting and
revising the Cranhrook Municipal-Voters'
List for the year 1923 will sit at 8 p.m. on
DECEMBER llth, in the Municipal Buildings, Norbury Avenue, Cranhrook, B.C.
T. M. ROBERTS
Cranbrook Municipal Clerk.
Cranbrook, B.C.,
December 1, I!il>*_.       ' in
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BUATTIE-NOBLE DRUG CO.
— The llcxlill Store —
CRANBROOK      -      - B.C.
Wnr. It iicjs to deal
Cdt
I Cranbrook rteiari
Invites you to examine their China, Toys, Novelties
Etc.. before deciding on your Christmas Gifts.
We have the Finest Selection of
CHINA TEA SETS, JAPANESE WORK BASKETS,
-   AND THE BEST ASSORTMENT OF TOYS
IN THE CITY
•IWL   See ollr Lamp shades* Dollies, Hdkfs., Silks,
|y_ Aprons, Wool, Fancy Work, Combs, Etc
g|ggj^ jWw. ID. "Robertson gg<a
Make Your Meals
MORE
Attractive
Ami
Satisfying
WITH
DALES BREAD
Phone il     Next to Kootenay Garage      I'hone fit
Telephone SS P.O. Boi .1*
CRANBROOK CARTAGE & TRANSFER CO.
Towrlss k Adams
Agents for Hard and Soft Coal.   Distribution Cars a
Specialty.   Excellent Warehousing.
OPPOSITE C.P.R. DEPOT
CKASHKOOk, IM!.
Saturday Specials
Hind Quarter Beef   I Of
Front Quarter Beef  Besides of Veal  10c
Brisket Boil  ."><-. to 0c
Pot Roast. Sc to 10c
Roast of Pork Shoulders 22c to 85c
Shoulders of Lamb  15c
Loins of Lamb  25c
Fresh Killed Fowl  25c
Fresh Killed Young Chicken  80c
Roast Shoulder of Veal ISJ&c to 15c
Stewing Veal   10c
Sausages  lie
Hamburg Steak   15c
Picnic Hams  25c
SEE OOR WINDOW DISPLAY ON FRIDAY EVENING
P. Burns C& Co. Ltd.
PHONE 10
CKAMIKOOK. B.C.
UNLESS you see (he name "Bayer" on tablets, you
are not getting Aspirin at all
Accept only an "unbroken package" of "Bayer Tablets of
Aspirin," which contains directions and dose worked out by
physicians during 22 years and proved safe by millions for
Colds Headache Rheumatism
Toothache       Neuralgia Neuritis
Earache Lumbago Pain, Pain
Handy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tablet.—Also bottles of 21 nml 101 -nrugglsts.
Aspirin I. the, trail,, mark (rogllt.rpil In Canada] nf l-ni.r Mnlot.nrlnr   ..f Mnnn-
uuetlf.d "Mtur or Snllcyllcaeld.   Whit.- li I. wnll In.,..,, timi   ..inn:, ii .* l.nv.r
manufacture, to u.sl.t thi- iwtillr iiml'ml Inili'iiiim!', tin-Til.,, is ill i.;i . i' I'.nonany
will tie lum-n-d wltb their general trartu mini.,  thu '-Juir On..  "
Cranbrook Meat Market
Saturday Specials
Hind Quarters, Fresh Killed Beef, per lb  lie
Front Quarters, Fresh Kiled Beef, per lb te
AM. SO. 1 QUALITY HEATH AMI I-OII.TIIY
THE IIENT OIITAISAIIM*:
Look This List Over
• .'litilt-i' Viol
'IViuli-r Juicy Beef
Choice ltottsi   lilac la ISc
Choice Pot Roast  10c lo lie
Choice Brisket Boll He lo 8c
Cliolco Stewing Beet      Sr
Prime Illbs Boiled   CSC
(train Fed fork \
Leg Roast   Mr
Shoulder Roast We (o Use
Loin Roast   35c
Spring Lamb
Leg, Small   Me
Loin, Small   88c
Front quarter   18«
Yearling Mutton
Choice Leg   88c
Choice Loin   Mc
Choice Shoulder   ISc
Stew Mutton   10c
Shoulder Httast   I.1.!' lo ISc
Leg Itinisi   Site
lioln Hiatal    85c
Fillet Ronsl   85c
Stow Voul     He
Veil I Slmiik    Se
Poultry
FreHh Killed Fowl   85c
Fresli Killed Chicken   Mc
KXTRA Nl-KCIAI,
Swift's I'lcnlc Ham   8Sc
Home Cured Bacon   40c
I'uro Lunl, 3 Ib pail  «5c
Pure Lard, 5 lb pall  91.10
Beet Hearts       §C
Beet Tongue  88c
Hamburger Steak   1314c
Pork and Beef Sausage  ISc
Tomato Sausage   30c
SEE OCR WINDOW FRIDAY NIGHT
Cranbrook Neat Market
Norbarj Avenie
Phone 8
Opposite Cltjr Hall Friday, Decembw I, 111*22
III.: CRANBROOK HERALD
PAGE THREE
1 Personal Christmas Greeting cards
from $1.36 per dozen np at The Herald
Office. S7tt
"Cascarets" 10c
Best Laxative
for Bowels
To dean out your bowels without
crumping nr overacting, hike Cascar-
etH. Sick headache, biliousness, gas-
en, Indigestion, sour, upset stomach,
ami all Bitch distress gone by morning.
Nicest physic on earth lor grown-ups
nnd children. 10c. a box. Taste like
candy.
TKA VEILING EXPENSES
OF B. C. MINIKTKUS AIM)
BROUGHT TO LIGHT
Minister of Liimls Heads List
With Allowance Equivnh-nt
to About M»v per Montii
Answers plneptl on tlie order paper of the House ut Victoria showed
thut tlie travelling expenses of lho
ministers of the B, C. government
for the first ten months nf this year
were:
Hon. E. D. Barrow    $1881
Hon. A. M. Manson    1489
Hon. Dr.  McLean       1048
Hon. Dr. Sutherland   2207
Hon. Mr. Pattullo      2484
Hon. John Hart    DB2
The expenses of iiie premier nnd!*    #•#*■»#    <     ■>   •   •'
lhe minister of mines were not asked** *
for |*       BAYNES LAKi: AMI
In answer in other questions, the * WALIH.    NEWS •
cost of the dam and intake works, In-j *
eluding the headgates, of the South-  *    **********
eru  Okunugan   land  settlement proj-;
ect, was shown   by   the minister of1
Ui, and the eost ot the
Tbe   sale  of  work
last   Thursday   wus
Waldo
gr.,
oia: sn im Kyis
iu:n:m:it at
TKAIL SMILTCK
nal. Including     lhe siphons. i,n". a *°°d_ *mu„of jnone
$1,477,191. The
washout nn tlit
ed for the i.o.D.K.  Mr. Boll *., Bi
was the lucky winner
n,that was raft led.
Hn.
lands
main
bridges and flumes,
n;st  I  leliiiiriiif-   tin       	
main canal iu 11121 was *t..l..i5o. while j 	
engineers   and   staff have been paid —
$148,070 since the  project   was com-[    Mrs.   Carruthers   has   resumed   her
menced.    This Ague is also stated to boy's   lirst   aid   classes   at    Baynes
Includy    administration,    accounting School.
surveying,   superintendence  and   ins- -—
pectJon, j    A surprise pany was given in .Mrs.'
 m-mt*^—,  j Hurt ou Tuesday afternoon ni Iter r-'sl-
Oider your Christmas Cards now.     - deuce.   The ladles of the lown gather- j
FhmtMatipiit
Artmc&on
serTes NO. 9      B' C' Veterans Weekly Ltd.       $10,000
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rtul.:\:h                  rAMPFTTTTniV           $3000Second Prize
u o. V..TE..A.VS weekly i.....it«.i            vUlfl Jr \\Vj JL JL JL J.V j*%            $2000 Third Prize
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c"r ''"Soov^d"** S'"°'"'        Game, to be Played SATURDAY, DEC. Sth          IN   PRIZES
I ent.-r tlm 11. C. Votenim Weakly FootbaU Competition nnd agree to a lint o by tiio tl .•■*. an publislictl in tho b   C. VeUrans    Waekly.   Twenty-live cents em ... : . for
llvs weeks" Mil)M*ri|ition entitle., competitor to one estimutfl; 60c ten weekn and two estimates; 70o llttecu weeks uud three cutimfttaa; f 1.00 twtiity-im- weekaand live estimates.
INSTRUCTIONS I'OR FILLING IN COUPONS:—You .simply indicate whether the HOME TEAM will s.-ore MORK. LESS or tbe SAME NUMBER or Ooah than Uiey
scored ia tho corresponriins kiuhu ol last year, by placing an "X" in the colmiiii provided in tho coupon.
I'iuuns nftor i*iich tonni donoto lust scaion'i nenro.
M Ls MORE            h Is LESS            S is SAME                       (Col
(fright   applied   dr)
Last
HOME TEAM                      Years
Score
Last
Away Te.ro           Yenr..
Scoro
---.na Mo.  1    II     Coupon Mo. 2
M       I,       S    ||    M       1       S
Coupon No. 3
MLS
Coupon No.  4
MLS
Connor No. r,
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BOLTON WANDER'S 2
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HUDDERSFIELD T.   2
CHELSEA                     0
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NEWCASTLE U.        1
LIVERPOOL                 1
1         1
1   1
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1    1
OLDHAM ATHLETIC 2
WEDNESDAY            1
1'RKSTOX NORTH E. 0
.1         1
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LEICESTER CITY       0
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HULL CITY                1
BAUXSI.EY                  3
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CRYSTAL PALACE    1
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A I Till: STAK THEATRE
MUX. .*. Tl IX. Mil*.  I .V .-,.
Following Is ;i stateiii.nl ol ore re
reived ut tha Trail Smelter for the
period iltirliiK November I5tli to -1st
Inclusive:
iName o( Mini* und Locality.        Ton;
Alamo, Alamo, B.C    138
i Black Bock, Korthporl, Wn      30
Knob HUI, Republic, Wn      si
j Moll) Gibson, KilHis Lllg., B.C.     60
Paradise, Invermere, Il.r      26
lynilii. Republic, Wn    its
: Rambler Cariboo. Rambler, B.C.     ",',
Hob Roy, Beaverdell, B.C       5
Roseberry Sui-prlse, Xew Denve
[silversmith, Sandon, B.C	
Standard, Silverton, B.C    262
| Van Riil, Silverton, B.C      71
I Company Mines  B.SH
Total 7,873
Alliens. Nov. _s.     The British Min-
i-.ni- io Hr i-. V. ll. I.iuilli'.v, hns not-
iiii-ii tiie Greek govern nl that Grent
Britain im* broken off relations with
lit- ie, mnl thai lie is leaving Alliens
iliis evening. This Is in protesl against the execution oE the runner inin-
i-.t.■ ■-*.- of the Greek government tor alleged treason ji ihe tlm ' the recent
Turkish military successes.
Purls, Nov 2S. There i* ;i growing
feellug thai Ihe French government
will soon be forced to take Independent ueiion against Germany to secure
collect] i the war indemnity.
Inn
id i« hid Her farewell hefore her de*
larturo to Spraguc, Mont., where her
laughter fs situated.
•    •    •    •
•   •    •    •
Severn I-lu'iipie front Baynes motored
io Ellin lust Friday nlghl io attend tiie
dance held (here nl the opening or Ilie
new community hull there.
• WIMII.H.MI.HK DISTRICT •
• MITES •
• •
(Special to ihe Herald)
Invormere, II.C. Nov. 28. Mrs '
Floyd Rodgers of Creston Is visiting
at lhe hnme of her parents, -Ml', mnl
  Mrs. Joseph Heath, j
1   Mrs. Carruthers wus n   visitor In     The season for trapping fur bearing
Crnnlirook last Friday und Saturday.    LMmuii |,as „|)enc,|, _„,| many ,„■ „,„
old-lime iruppers have left   for   tbe
A meeting wns he , Adolph'a Hull | „„. [erm ,„, .„„,. „,,„ ,,„„
lusi  Saturday ttigiit  in organize the
H.cky club i'or tho coming  winter.
Red Mountain
In twenty-nine days Uie mill
.ii tho Boundary Red Mountain
Mine has produced *fl'*.G00 fn
miM. This is at tho raii> of $5:.:'
per day, and established ore reserves are sufficient to maintain
thla output for several years,
in Uie long run this production record win force a much
higher price (or the shares, und
\\i- advise Immediate purchase
al prevailing quotations, which
win be rum failed on request.
Full Information sent In return tor the coupon attached.
An pxflc'utlve committee was appointed
io matinee affairs ami to nrrnngo for
gam oh, etc.  An attcmpl na being made
I to form it league betwoon the three
loams or Elko, Hnynea Lake and Wal-
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Tho fudds of the Ladies' Aid to tlm
Wludofinere Dislrict Hospital Association were enriched by over four hundred dollars as a result »f their annual sain of work, held at tht> baxaar
on Saturday last, Too much credit
cannot be given to Miss E. M. Kittle,
the president, nor to the treasurer,
Mrs. K. M. Sattdilands, for their work
of preparation, nor yet to the many ladles wbo in their Individual ways did
so much towards bringing the work-
to auch a wonderful conclusion,
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Ole Diihl, wanted by the Clnresliolm
detachment of the Alberta Provincial
Police, uud I'or whom a warrant has
been iu circulation for tho past six
mouths, was amwleil on the 22nd inst
by the City Police. Dulil Is wanted on
a charge of desertion of ids wife and
family. An escort arrived here last
Priday ror the prisoner.
Qeorge Kent, nn United States citizen, was arrested on the 21-st inst. on
ii charge of vagrancy and begging.
Wheu searched the prisoner had secreted on his person approximately
twenty dollars. Appearing before
Wednesday morning's court tlie accused was fined $10.00, and in addition 10
days' hard labor, and recommended for
deportation.
A number of other cases of a minor
nature, mostly vagrants, appeared before lho Court (luring the week.
Seeking Credit
For New Move
B.C. Government Shelves Opposition Motion, To Adopt
One Of Its Own
WYCLIFFE MOTES
The Mock Election held In the Club
ou Monday night proved a scream from
sturt to finish, the ladies carrying the
day in most cases. Mrs. !_*. Taylor
was elected mayor, Miss D. Staples police commissioner, Mrs. C. O. Staples
school secretary, Lloyd Crowe and Bob
Trew aldermen. Tiie chief Issues of
tlie day were the bootlegger question,
short skirts und tho husbands' curfew.
Mr. It. G. Chesl.ro, prominent wholesale lumberman of Toronto, was a business visitor in Wycliffe on Tuesday.
Freddie's face Is like a cloudburst,
AihI lie's lost that look sublime.
Cheer up, Freddie, darling Freddie,
You'll get over it in time.
Wycliffe will show Its theatrical talent in a play called "Tlie Tryst," hy
Booth Tarkiugtott, whicli will he given around the first of next year. Date
will lie announced later.
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Victoria, November 21).—The motion
introduced iu the House last week by
Ool, Fred LlBter, Conservative member
Cor Kaslo, petitioning the Federal Goy-
ernment to re-enact legislation which
was in force prior to Ibis spring, and
which prevented the dumping or American fruit into the prairie provinces,
proved to be the real feature of the
Legislative session from an up country member's standpoint.
si (Hi: IMHOUNT PLANK
I ItO.M l,llli:it.\l, PLATF01U1
Col. Ulster, whose work so far during the past two sessions has been
mainly oue nf defending tho returned
soldier settlers and ll&klllg assistance
for them, took tbe Oovernment forces
by surprise. It was a thing till hoard
nf for au Opposition member lo steal
a plunk out of the Liberal platform
built at the recent Nelson Libera) Convention, liut the former coiiun.ii.der
of tho 102nd Battalion, recalling the
deeds of bis infantry whenever tbey
wanted food or material—they simply
walked away with such supplies without asking—undertook to take the bull
by the herns. He told the House of
the difficulties being experienced by
tbo Okanagan and Kootenay fruit
growers in tlieir lii.lit against tbo American Invasion. He oiled figures
which showed that tbis season alone
no less than TOO ears had passed
through Klngsgate, a Canadian point
of entry for B.C., these cars being
loaded from the Wenntchee fruit lands,
It was good stuff for both sides of the
House except the ministers.
Col. Lister has repeatedly informed
tlte House tbat be is not a politician.
He was there lo fight for bis district
and also for tlie returned soldier. In
bis speech lie informed the members
of his surprise that the Minister of
Agriculture, Hon. B, I). Barrow, hnd
not acted on the Nelson Convention
plunk already. Dr. K. C. MacDonald,
Liberal member for North Okanagan,
was absent at tbe time. The Vernon
member was attending a meeting ol
the fruit growers and fanners of bis
district. On bis return there was nc*
tion aplenty. An amendment, Intro
duced by Hon. Mr. Barrow, was Immediately brought In, calling for the
select committee on agriculture to investigate the proposition of the Kaslo
member, and this will probably carry
in view of the Governments margin of
from four to five votes. The Agricultural Committee lias never been known
to have shown much signs of life in
its work, but ihis seeking of the return of the anti-dumping clause will
no doubt stir it Inlo activity.
The Liberal members are now engaged perusing Hansard or the Ottawa House, wherein is contained the
nppeal of Mr. J, A. MacKelvie, Federal
member for Yale, for legislation to offset the continued dumping of American fruit to the detriment and loss to
tho Canadian fruit grower.
THE ORIENTAL QUESTION
LOOMS UP LARGE
It's a great game, this one of pontics, especially In a provincial house.
Tho Oriental question is a case lu
point. Hon. William Sloan, Minister
of Mines, who has shown little or no
activity on the question in years past,
and has allowed the .Asiatic to run
rampant In the coal mines on Vancouver Island, suddenly came to thc surface with a request to Oltawa, seeking
to totally exclude tho Chinese and Japanese from landing en our shores.
Hon. Mr. Bowser advanced an amendment which went even further, that
of prohibiting the Oriental from further acquisition or ownership of lands
In Brit I sh Columbia. Tlie latter
amendment was thrown out on some
potty ground, when up jumped Capt
Ian MacKenzie, Liberal member for
Vancouver, wllh another motion, somewhat similar to the Bowser amendment. As the old Knglish ballad runs,
"It's tlie rich that gets thy pleasure
am) thc poor that gets the blame;" and
in this case It looks as if the Oliver
Government will pass (he MacKenzIe
motion just ns il haa done the Sloan
one, and when the members return to
the hustings, Honest John will be able
to point with pride to tbe fact thnt
"We did It!"
I'.U.E. AND I'MVEKHITY
TWO Ull*. (JI'EHTIONN
Thore Is little of a contentious mat
ter to come up during the present ses.
siou except tlie Pacific Great Eastern
and the University. From present In
dicatinns, it looks ns If the rond wil
be completed to Fort George this year
Ono after another. Liberal members
bave indicated tbe decision of tlie caucus to "muddle through" with tbis
white elephant and allow It to try its
luck by bolng connected from Squam
[sh to the G.T.P. centre.
The University question ls being
more seriously questioned. Although
tho Premier hus announced that construction work will be proceeded with
following the prorogation of the
House, there Is a certain amount of in
..urgency In the Government ranks as
to cause a little worry. M. IJ. Jackson,
K.C, Liberal member for the Islands,
on Friday Inst opposed nuy proposal
to build the University at Point Grey
Are You Coughing?
Why not cure it this very day? A
few drops of Shiloh relieves that
tickling in the throat that maddens
you. A few doses heal up the sore
and inflamed tissues in tne throat
and really banish that cough. SOc,
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residents. There aro others of
the same mind, but in view of the assertions made by Conservative members tbat (he project will be supported
providing tbe financing is safeguarded,
ihere Is little to fear but that the Premier's decision will prevail.
Railway News
Montreal,—Automobile accident!
nre still continuing at railway crossings despite all the efforts of tht
railways to prevent them. In one in-
rtance at Holland Centre, Ontario,
Hn automobile drove up and stopped
on the main line of the Canadian
Pacific Railway. The driver thought
that an approaching train would
take another passing track. The
driver, realizing hia mistake, tried
to get his car out of the way of the
train. But his car was stalled. The
engineer was unable to Btop the
train*, with the result that the automobile was smashed and three occupants of the car were injured.
At a crossing on Aylmer Road,
near Hull, Quebec, an automobile ran
into a Canadian Pacific train. Tht
driver was going too fast to stop
his automobile when he saw the
train. Two occupants of the automobile were injured.
A motor accident with all the
thril];. of a movie stunt occurred at
the corner of Yonge and King
streets, Toronto, when an automobile charged into one of the King
street windows of the Canadian Pacific Building, making a report that
sounded as though the gas tank had
exploded.
The car, according to the police,
was coming north on Yonge street.
The signals were against the car,
which in its flight grazed a Belt
Line car going east on King street.
It continued to swerve right across
the pavement into the plate glass
front of the imposing C. P. R. office
huilding. Here, with a loud backfire from the engine, the car suddenly plunged Its front wheels
through the quarter-inch plate-glass
window. Being up against an immovable obstacle it naturally came
to a standstill.
No one was hurt. The fender of
the car was badly smashed up, the
right front tire torn off and tht
rear wheel badly damaged. The
window was broken right across the'
whole twelve feet or so, and to a
height of about six feet in one point.
The driver admitted that ht was
nervous at the time; he hadn't ths
slightest idea of what was happening.
New l.iskrard.—The work of construe*.ng the northerly extension ol
the C. P. R. from Kipawa to Des
Quinze is progressing at a good rate,
and already the grading has been
completed on 35 miles of the extension, with 19 miles of rails having
been   laid.
The present contract, held by
Angus i\\ Taylor of North Bay, calls
for the construction of 70 miles of
roadbed, the northern end terminating in the vicinity of Des Quinze,
une of the greatest series of waterfalls in Northern Canada.
This extension places the C. P. R.
un the southern outskirts of mineral lands of big prospective merit
in that part of the Province of Quebec lying adjacent to the gold-mining fields of Ontario, lt is known
that the C. P. R. has also carried
survey work far into the new land
to  the  north.
Moose Jaw.—The subway at thl
Canadian Pacific Railway station is
ahout tu be put into commission.
All six passenger tracks in the passenger terminal are completed, and
the first four tracks are in operation.
Thp work of completing tht subway is -in full swing. The stairways
are in place and the interior of the*
subwav in lined with the handsome
glazed  tile.
When the subway is put into commission the general public will not
be permitted on tht station platform. The tickets will be inspected
ut the doors leading from the waiting room to the subway. Passengers
alighting from train-- wi'! descend
the stairs to the Bubwiy and then
pass up the stair.* Into the depot.
Tbe completion of the subway will
finish the building programme undertaken by the company threi
years ago.
Moo.<e Jaw.—Out of a total of
44,817 cars of grain loaded at country elevators on tht Canadian Pacific lines in tht three prairie province.-', between September 1 and
Oetobei 14, 25,500 cars were loaded
in the Saskatchewan district.
The total quantity of grain shipped on the Canadian Pacific line!
un until October 14th, was 05,219,-
4HS bushels, or an avurage of 1,455
bushels per car.
Some idea of the enormous Increase in the quantity of grain
handled this year, up until October
14, as compared with the amount
handled in the same period in 1916
and 1921, can bt obtained from the
figures following:
Bushels      Cars
Yenr.   Shipped.  Loaded.
1915—43,006,R80    32,336
1921—43,870,422    31,644
1922—05,219,498    4-1,817
Bushtls
Marketed.
46,540,000
52,781,871
84,959,194
SI. John, N.B.—On the Shore Line
I division of the C. P. R. the laying of
I heavy rails is being continued from
St. Stephen towards St. John, and
Sunday afternoon the Itev. W. T.
Tapscotl of the Cranbrook Baptist
Church, belli service lu the Union
Church at Port Steele. The attendance ut. this servico was much larger
than usual, and it is Imped that with
an assurance of tho continuance of
these services the attendance will be
even greater.
Accompanying Mr. Tapscott was the
male quartette of the Baptist Church,
consisting of Messrs. H. II. Hinton.
J. M. Clark, P, A. Williams and J. L.
Palmer. The quartette rendered two
numbers, which were much appreciated.
The speaker gave a thoughtful and
interesting address, dealing with the
prophesy of Isaiah, as given in the
first ten verses of the 53rd chapter.
He claimed thai this was one of thc
most wonderful chapters lu Biblical
history. Here was a man chronicling,
as it were, facts tiiat took place seven
hundred years later, the time and
manner-of Jesus ami the attitude as to
his reception by hfs Jewish bretbern
all being correctly foretold. Other in-
idents in the life and works of Jesus
were given to show how accurately the
prophesy corresponded with actual
events.
Baptist Cimrcb
PASTOR W. T. TAPSCOTT
SUNDAY NEXT
11 a.m. —- Morning Service.
Subject:   "THE  NOBILITY  OP
SERVICE.'*
12 noon—Sunday School.
7.30 p.m.—Evening service.
Subject:
Subject:   "THE  11IOT OP
HUMAN PASSION"
(Being the thinl ot ti series of
sermons
on   "Tiio  Fast   Voung   Man.")
Thursday, 8 p.m.—Prayer meeting uud B. Y. P. U.
Subject: "Our Inheritance."
1. I'ctor, 1; 4, n.
Business Meeting on Thursday
at ii p.m.
YOU AHE WELCOME
BAPTIST  PASTOR
II01.1IS SERVICE AT
FORT STEELE SUNDAY
ST. ANDREW'S SOCIETY
WINDERMERE MEETING
PROMISES GREAT THINGS
Trader Memories of Auld Scotland Recalled liy Protrriim
Now Arranited
mctbodist Church
REV. B. C. FREEMAN, Paslor
Then, welcome each rebuff
That turns earth's smoothness rough,
Bach stlug that bids nor sit nor stand, hut go!
Bu our joys three parts pain!
Strive, and hold cheap the strain;
Learn, nor account the pans; dare, never grudge the throe!
—Browning.
SUNDAY, ItlTKMHEK Srd
11 u.m.:
"Shall We UnW For Special Providence, or For Ordered Purpose?'
12.15 p.m.: Sunday School; Adult Bible Clues,'led by the Pastor.
7.:t(l p.m.: "A Father'** Charge to A Young Mun."
Wo will frivc jimi a ('..nihil Welcome.
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TRAIL,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
I'urchasers nf Gold, Silver, Ctoppcr, Load ,V /ine Ore*
Producers of Gold, Silver, Copper, 1% Lend mnl /Ino
"TADANAC" BRAND
CHOICE OF LOCATION
WILL hi: LEFT TO
I'ROI'KK OI'H IAI.K
Dr.  King  Makes  -Niiurded   \U*.
. ply to Kiufiitry from Nelson
as lo Locution of PinnI
(Special to the Herald),
invermere B.C., Nov. .10. — To meel
the convenience of those who are to
arrive by train, the St. Andrew's Society or the Columbia Valley put off
their celebration of the great nlcht for
twenty-four hours. But for a* that
it will he a great event, as the wee paper shows. No fewer than twenty-
four dances are listed for the event, of
which the preponderance, and of
course the best of them, ure of the
Scotch. Then there is the dinner, afore the dancing, .In which will bo put
forth such rarities an sheep's hold
broth, oat cakes from John o' Croat's
land, tatties and kale, the "haggis,"
and think o' this thc noo — to qunto
frae the announcement — "a wee drap
o* tea and coffee." The latter, It In
not necessary to remark, ls a new and
marked departure' from the gold auld
dayfe.
A SIN TO LET
HAIR FALL OUT
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Delightful Tonic
An as.surr.ncrf that "full representations will he made so that the interests of the interior and the Koot-
ctiay may be guarded," is the answer
of Dr. King, federal minister of public works, to a request made by the
Nelson Board of Trade that he lend
his Influence on the side of un Interior location for the projected ore
testing plunt to he established by
the Dominion Government In this
province. Dr. King qualifies this,
however, by stating that the final location of tho plane "must of necessity be leH to tlie judgment of officials."
Dr. King's letter is in reply to a
communication sunt him by the Nelson Heard of Trade, and the reply in
part reads'as follows:
"Acknowledging your letter of November 2, re an ore testing and smelting plant iu British Columbia. I
would slate thai upon Investigation
being made by the mines department
during the summer I am hopeful an
ntnmonnt will be placed in the eslt-
ales this year.
"As to the locution . tliis matter
must (if necessity be left to thc judgment of the officials, eo thai It will be
located to give the best possible res?
uhs to thp Industry;,
"I am quite conversant with conditions iu the east and west Koolenay. and realize lhe difficulties In regard lo complexity of ores, ami 1 can
assure you full represtations will be
made so that tiie Interests nf the in
terior ami the Kootenays   may   tie
guarded,"
mm!
Move Child's Rowels with
"California Fig Syrup"
! Even n cross, feverish, bilious, or
. constipated   child   lives   the  "fruity"
* taste of "California Fig Syrup.*' A
teuspoohful never fails to cleanse the
! liver and bowels, lu a fow hours you
can see for yourself how thoroughly
,lt works all the sour bile, and limit-
* gestetl food out of tlie bowels, and you
- have a well, playful child again.
■    Millions of mothers keep "California Fig Syrup" handy.   They know a
; teaspoonful to-day saves a sick child
to-morrow. Ask your druggist for thp
genuine "California Fig Syrup" which
' has directions for babies and children
Of all ages printed on tbe bottle.
!    Mother!   Vou must say "CALIFOIt-
'_ NIA" nr you may gel an Imitation llg
lyrup.
frame's Bread N OOOD llmifJ
His Pies, Cakes and l-Vstry are
made In u lusty manner which
Ifivjtes the most exacting person to null again, at
TIIE HOKE BAKERY
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Arrive 4.10 p.m.; leave 4.2(1 p.m.
anil .nllod upon tlie Government lo ,t is expected tint the heavy meel
place the responsibility upon Vancou- will be completed to Pennfleld hover, whtn 90 per cent, of th* undent! (on the very cold WMthor mU ia..
Hurry! It'fl your duty! Each day
you set. a little more hair fulling out
und you aro making no effort to avoid
baldness. What a pity. Falling hair
means your hair Is weak, sick,—posBl*
lily dandruff is strangling it, or the
hair root pores ln the scalp are not
firm and tight, thus wasting the hair-
growing oils.
Danderine almost InBtantly stops
falling hair of men of women and
cleans every particle of dandruff away
then the hair takes on new life, vigor,
and strength to grow strong, thick,
and long.
Danderine Is delightful—not sticky
or greasy. Oo to ail drug store now
and get * bottle. Uh It. Have healthy
heavy Uutlful hair uui loti ot It.
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OFFICIO  HOURS
ll to 12 a.m.     1 to 5 p.m.
Hanson ink., CRANBROOK, B.C.
S2hoi
Heroes
The only love she
knew was what
she wrote aa fiction romances.
What happened
when sho hud to
live one ot them?
Big oast Includes
-Donald
a   Royal I •
July 31, •
Lev.    11.
.raiihrook Meiliodisl  i'l
km in: iu.i:y
.<ii hi.
NIGEL      BARRY
and      CHARLES
CLARY.
A First National
Attraction
Presented by
B.   P.   Sehulli.rB.
as prlncipul. uznl hu* ti
the Interest should li
and that ho should be
'. on to his ilulu cerli ii
■il that
compounded,
llou-ed in tack
sums i [aimed
Drama, Comedy, Romance
at the
F. JI. MACPHERSON
Undertaker
Phone 3,',ll
Norbury Ave., next l» City Hall
MONUMENTS
CAMPBELL   s\   B1TCH1E
MONUMENTAL  CO.
Nelson
JOHN GARD
PAINTER &
PAPERHANQER
Full Line of Wall Paper
In Stock.
Store, Hanson Avenue
Phone 4011 at ull hours
CIMMIHOOK     .   -.     .     B.C.
NELSON BUSINESS COLLEGE
LEAKS TO EARS
Pmrtirul CommercUl Coin* ta
Shiirtluind, Tjpeirrltlig
Bookkeeping,  ConuMKhl  Uw
Penmanship
Commercial English ud
Spelling
• DAY   A.ND   NIQHT   CLA8SU8
For rurllcular» Apply to
C. W. TYI.EK, Priiclpol
1-. 0. Boi, 14, Nelson, B.C,
WHY    OPERATE!
When UKPA'I'OI.A removos |tll
stones in -4 hours without pain ond
relieves appendicitis, stomach ond
livor troubles. Contains no poison.
Not sold by druggists.
MRS. 0E0. 8. ALMAS
Hole Manufacturer
.30 Fourth Ave., So., Saskatoon, Book.
Price ft.-r.ii Phono 4116
IOIX1KS ASH SOCIETIES
I'HAMIKOOE
FA II ME IIS' 1N8TITCTI
Reiulw looMH
■(COM)   SATUKIIAT   of oooh
ui.nll. ni . p.m. In tko City Ball
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meets lu tho
O.W.V.A. Hill
afternoon of tho
tlrst Tuesday at
8 p.m.
All ladles aro
cordially Invited
l-rc'slilinl:    Mrs. I*. Constantlne.
StcTrtuiureri  Mrs. 8. Taylor.
KNIGHTS OF PVTHIA8
Cranbrook, B.C.
Meets every Tuesday at S p.i
In the Fraternity Hall
E. A. Hill, ao.
H. L. Harrison, K.R. d. B.
R. C. Carr, MX
Visiting: brethren cordially In.
Tiled to attend
1.0.0. F.
KEY CITY LODGE, No. 41
Hooti orory
.Monday night at
 iTho Auditorium
Sojourning Oddtollowi oordlally
tavitdd.
R. P. Moffatt    -   Noble Qrand
W. tt Adlard, P.O.  • Baa. Ma.
STAR THEATRE
MONDAY AMI TUESDAY, DKCEMHKH llh AMI 5th
STHAN-UI. siiootim;
IlKFIKS SOLUTION—
ITHI.INIU.lt  WOUNDED
There Ih a lilghly mystifying alioot-
InR near the end of ''Heroes and HU8-
bnudo,' "Katherlne MucDomild'H luteal
production for Firm National release,
which begins a two days eugugenient
at the Star Theatre Monday, mnl will
attract capacity crowds at each performance. The story Is from the pen
of Charles A. Logue, und was directed
by Chet Wlthey.
The victim is a prominent publisher,
who prints the books of oue of the
most successful novelists of the day
—Susanne Danbury—the role Interpreted In the picture by Miss MacDonald. This shooting comes as n surprising climax of a private theatrical
performance in the publisher's home
on Long Island. It provides an unexpectedly melodramatic sensation In
a play staged by Susanne, iu order
that she may pit her cleverness uud
wits against another woman's, just because both happen to care for the
same man, an illustrator who provides
the drawings for the authoress' books.
This shooting threatens for a brief
time to result fatally and to upset a
delightful week end house party. But
the mystery Is happily solved, and the
story swings into a pleasant and entirely logical endine.
MUs MacDonald's legion of admirers will lind this newest offering one
In which the star Ib seen to better advantage than in almost any of her
earlier pictures, because she Is given
a chance to run the entire gamut of
feminine emotions, from the light.
effervescent scenes through the story
to the moment when it looks as if she
were guilty of the shooting of her pub--
Usher.
INTEREST OF .11'HUM KYI'
.   CREDITOK PROTECTED
IIY CHIEF JUSTICE
ed his assignments from
Bank which he registered
1922.
The question    Is   iis to mi   amuuui   -
which the Judgment credilcr must juv I •    •••••**••   * tug filled i
in order to redeem tlu* mortgages. The Anothor milestone waa turned In the In Uio af
plaintiff has admittedly claimed a sum j history of the town uf Kimberley when pul on u K
In excess of tlmt n g really due on Sunday last the new church there church wa
! was opened and dedicated to the work ! The choir of the
of Christ. The event was the result of dlst Church w en I U]
the whole hearted efforts of all the ably ussistcd with tl
protestaul denominations of KImber- On Monday e\enii
ley to provide themselves witb ;i per- man save u lantern
uiuueut place of worship. Since the Mfe on the B.O, O
burning of the old church, services proved lo he a tn i
have been held, first in the basemen! The view-- Bhown v
of the old school, and latterly In Sum- Freeman
mer's Hall. years'   v
Tbe new church which is a tine com- lands, I
in tn I ions building, together with a neal siugtoii,
little parsonage, will i os. In ihe neigh- Mr. Fi
borhood of $4-200, practically the'en-* ,|iiV' mor
tire amount of which has been paid or|°f Uio <
provided for. "Tho (ir-
postor of, THE  WEATHER  HUI-UKTIN
iinilav School
Official Therm binder Kcmlliiiw
at IninlpriMiK
to be necessarily expended by him ou
the premises as tenant, und some of
which could doulilli-- have been recovered from the landlord.
In regard to tlie flrsl  two clal
these were nut Insisted upon, and with
;iin filled.
f tho Cranbrook tfetlu
l-i
19
Till
Decision Handed Down by the
Chief Justice In Local Hotel
Foreclosure Case
A rase In the supreme court ot local
Interest has just been decided in a
judgment handed down by Chief Jus
lice Hunter. It was a foreclosure action tried at Fernie recently, tho
plaintiff being Mr. Bert Matson, and
tlu> defendants Messrs. P. Matheson,
mortgagor, and A. C. Bowness, as a
judgment creditor. The plaintiff had
Incoiporated in their claim three items whicli were taken exception to by
Mr. Bowness: a claim tor compound
interest, which was not provided for fn
tlie mortgage; an overdraft ut the
bank amounting to $279; and a claim
for $2566.69.
The Chief Justice reserved judgment
at the trial, und handed down hfs decision' on the 25th, disallowing plaintiff's claim on these three items, amounting to about $3,000. A. I. Fisher,
K.C, acted for the plaintiff, and H. \V.
Herchmer for Mr. Bowness.
Tbe judgment of tlie Chief Justice fs
as follows;
In this cuse the contest fs between
the plaintiff, a mortgagee by assignment, and the defendant, Bowness, a
judgment creditor,
ln January. 1919, the plaintiff, white
a tenant of the mortgagor. Matheson,
agreed with the Hoyal Bank to purchase the mortgages In question, but this
agreement was never registered under the l_and Registry Act. On June
19th, 1922, BownesB registered his
judgment in the Land Registry Office.
On July 17th. 1922, the plaintiff obtain-
regurd to the third claim
generally speaking in ih
some fraud or Bome equi
the particular case, a jui
llor is affected hy virtue i
Ions of the Lund Regisir:
respect of the duly regl
wages and tlieir contenti
affected by any ofeligi tion
bave arisen between I
tenant, and nol referred >
in the mortgages,
With regard in the coi
think the plaintiff ought I
pay costs. The mere fa
claiming more than in- i
is not a good reason i ir
pay costs. On the oOier
defendant hud tendered tl
think that
absence of
■ arising in
un ni cred-
the provls-
\.-i only in
ered mort-
ul
uot
"in i> may
diord and
undo I.
(In
intltlod to
iking him
'H'!. if Hit*
tiuouiil of
interest at ihe rate c
the principal tQgellie
mortgages, or had pi
Into court, he niluhi
lied for hi tho
■ with accrued
Id Unit amount
iave been enil-
ludian November 20 ..
ecturo November 31 ..
i El  Interesting one. November 22 .
wore taken by Mr. November-:! ..
ly during his seven November 2<l  .
:it   tju
ort
:ti tli
■No
No
■inb.
28
18
15
: Borvlee was   'The Glory November 29 	
ch," and  fu tho ovoning,     Three Inches of snow wi
Invitation." 'this week
::     is
17      10
rei orded
,   ■■
OUR SALE
IS  CONTINUING
And when Mill puts on a Sale in any line IT'S (.KM INK!
tied to get costs,     I therefore think
that each party musi    pay   his own
costs.
Usual-reference If necessary,
(signed) J. HUNTER,
Chief Justice.
Victoria. B.C..
25th November, 1922.
A commonplace life we say. and we
sigh,
But why should wo sigh as wo say?
The commonplace sun in the commonplace sky,
Makes up tlie common].luce day.
The moon aud the stars an' commonplace things.
And the flowers thnt bloom, and the
hird thnt sings;
But dark were the world, and sad our
lot.
If the flowers should fall, and the sun
shine not;
And God, wlio studies each separate
soul.
Out of commonplace lives makes His
beautiful   whole. - Selected.
London, Nov. 28. — I-'ornier Premier
Lloyd George, writing to a political
friend, suys he Is willing to discuss
at uny time the question of a Libertl
reunion, which lto would In*no way
oppose.
MILK AND CREAM
MILK   12>/_c. quart
Over 2 quarts a day .. lie
WHIPPING CREAM
V_ pint 20c.
Telephone
C. GODDERIS
r A R K E 11  k  M o O I. E |
Flour and Feed Merchants A
Hay and Grain tit All Kinds 1
Hanson Avenue
Cnnlirnnk
Officii Phone 9:    Hen. Phoue .110 ii
Milk and Cream
DIRECT FROM
Big Butte Dairy Farm
l'llONK   10
Cranbrook Cottage Hospital
(Licensed by Prov. QOYt.)
Maternity and General Nursing
Terms Moderate
UBS. A. CRAWFORD, Matron.
Gbrden Avenue     •  Phone 259
$IOO
Reward
Wo shall be glad lo pay
$100 reward to anyone who
will prove that there is any
other milk thun Pacific being packed in British Columbia. No matter bow tbe label
ou tbe can may read, the fact
remains that Pacific Milk ls
the only milk being packed
here.
Through an Improved process each oun of this good
milk, now contains 43 per
cent, of cream, which makes
lt much more economical, as
It reduces the quantity of
shortening required in baking.
Pacific Milk Co., Ltd.
tM Drake Ht, VaMuvM*. ar.
Hm4 OMi«, Vmmitw, R.C.
Finds   His    Master
;'   ■ "■■  '■.■'. ■'."■■■.:.'..:
ILLY" is home at last; after
years of travel in foreign
lands, snd long months spent iu the
mud, rain and water of the Canadian
from in Flanders Billy has at last
arrived at home—and his homecom-
int; is a thing of romance.
"Hilly" is a dog, but a wise little
dog and a friendly little dog. He
Was quite willing to make friends
with all nice people, but there he
stopped. No one could take the
place uf his rightful master, and for
four ong years "Billy" sought his
lost best friend on the docks at
Quebec.
It wan there Billy lost his master
the day he arrived in Canada in company with a regiment of returning
go'diers that came home on the
"Kmpress of France", and since that
day never an oi-ean ship has come
to tlle Canadian Pacific wharf but
thut "Hilly" was there to welcome it
inn! to inspei't every passenger that
came »iT in the hope of finding his
long lost owner.    Everybody liked
"Billy"* and time and again a comfortable home was offered him, but
back he came to the dock in search
for the lost unknown, and seemed
content to spend the rest of his life
in that occupation.
"Billy" became a public figure—
hia picture and his story trot into
the papers, and thus he found his
home. Major W. C. Lamson, of the
26th New Brunswick Battalion, read
the story and helieved that "Billy"
was "Hon", a wire-haired terrier
that had attached himself to the
26th, and had been accepted as a
regimental mascot nnd personal
friend by the entire bnttalion. So
"Billy" wa» sent to Minto, N.B., and
on his arrival the recognition between him and Major Lamson was
mutual and enthusiastic. Billy's
troubles and travels are over hi..I he
again answers to the name of "Don"
ai the soldiers of the old 20th knew
him. Before him lies an honored age
of restful ease as befits one who bas
ended his quest successfully.
Bruce Robinson
Teacher of Music
Studio above Murdock McLeod's.
Phone 295
RIMSin M6IKTI1-UIEES119IIGED FOH
SILK  &  SERGE   DRESSES
A tew left, Inn All sizes are represented.
Tin* wholesale prices aro lost stgbl of in
these Dresses  Sizes "10 to 42 bust   Regular $22.60 io $27.50, going al M.JA I" 118.75
WATCH  HI It WIMHIWS Ktllt PRICKS
■The Regular Selling Prices, and in many Instances even tlte Wholesale Prices will be lost
sijrlu of,
EVERY MODEL OFFERED is THIS SEASON'S
HOSE, BOOTS & SHOES
liuvs' Heavy School Hose, shes 8-10, 3 prs. 11.00
Do. Do. sizes r.-T1..  I prs.    l.llll
Hoys' siloes, regular $3.00, for     i.i'i
Women's Slioi s, regular ■? 1.50, for     3.10
Women's Pumps and Slippers.- rep. $4.60   3.10
Do. Do. regular $6.00, for    4..MI
'lu',   oft Al.l. Ladies Shoes and Pumps
\VIII.\ Illl.l. PITS (IN A SAI.K IT'S (JEM INK
See  the Lovely New Arrivals—
EVENING   GOWNS
No two alike In these l'.xi|iiisite Models, in Tri-
cotine, Chiffon, Taffeta. Canton Crepe.
Satin, and Duchess Satin.
VI.SII  IIIIMESI'IN  AMI  H.ANNKI. DRESSES
In all sizes and colors.
Cull ami He Cominieil nf These Values
W.D.HILL
THE DRV (illOllS SPECIALIST
213far*1Reacbini3, but
Inexpensive IRenunSev of Xmas
CAN YOU AFFORD TO DO WITHOUT
FOR RELIABILITY. SOUND-
NESS OF CONSTRUCTION,
PURITY OF TONE AND PERFECTION OF TOUCH,
CHOOSE A
oni 1 GO, PIANO
Write (or Booklet or Call tt   410 Baker Street, Nelson, 11.0.
Personal Christmas Greeting Cards
WHEN THE PRICE IS SO REASONABLE? WITH YOUR
OWN  NAME  AND  ADDRESS PRINTED FROM AS LOW AS
$1.50 per Dozen
DISTINCTIVE AND EXCLUSIVE CARDS OF NEAT DESION,
AND ESPECIALLY FITTING FOR THOSE WHO CANNOT
UK REMEMBERED WITH GIFTS.
ORDERS CAN BE EXECUTED WITHIN TWENTY FOUR
HOURS, BUT IT IS DESIRABLE TO MAKE YOUR CHOICE
•IN GOOD TIME WHILE THE SELECTION IS STILL COMPLETE. ORDER EARLY FOR MAILING TO DISTANT
POINTS.     DO NOT BE A "LAST MINUTE" FRIEND.
CM a 6rc«ting Card Conwy Vonr friendly message
Bhe CRANBROOK HER_ALD
Telephone 18
F.  A.  WILLIAMS,  Proprietor
Cranbrook, B.C. PAGE   SIX
THE   (RAM1R00K   HERALD
Friday, Deremlier 1, 1022
Your Friends and Relatives
Across the Pond
Will Be Looking Forward To That
^bristmae <£arb
*
From Canada
Do not disappoint them this year.   The Old Country Mall
closes pretty soon.
our Complete Line ol Moderately Priced Xmas Cards
will please the most exacting person.   Prices 10c upward.
Drop into our store and look over our new slock of
IVORY,  (IT   GLASS,  STATIONERY,  TOYS,   (JAMES,
FANCY   ..OII1IS,  ETC,  ALL   MODERATELY   PRICED.
€ity Items of Interest
Haslam, We Druggist
Wf. Arc Prompt,
We Are Careful.
Boys' SIiocm, regular $.1.00 for }_!.2r>.]    The Recreation Club announces thttt
Women's Shoes, regular $4.50 for $IW0.
Women's Pumps and Slippers, regular
HEiO i'or $*i.40.    Women's Pumps and
Slippers, regular ?(. 00 for $4*50.
W. D. HILL,
40 The Dry Goods Specialist
the Ice is in good condition for skating
W. Uuttiuy and Walter Ellis motored
iu from Skookumchuck and returned
on Monday evening.
ff-
Announcement
(IN SATURDAY, DECEMBEU 2
^e P. Woods Meat Market
Will.
OPEN FOR BUSINESS
with a full line of the
CHOICES!' HOME GROWN BEEF, MUTTON,
LAMB AM) VEAL.
Mr. Jolliffe, who will manage the store, needs no introduction to the people of Cranbrook and the vicinity.
With our own new building on NORBURY AVENUE
we are here to stay.
Phone orders will be given prompt and careful attention
YOURS FOR  SERVICE—
The P. Woods Meat Market
524
—      PHONE      —      524
Our Clearing Sale
Is On Just In Time When You Need the
Merchandise We Offer
Our Prices will give you a chance to buy more Christmas
presents. It is impossible to advertise every article, so
come to the store while the stock is complete.   Just a few
of our bargains-
Men's Pure Wool Jersey Sweaters Sale Price »3..HI
Mill Ends, Ginghams. Prints, 3li Inches wide, per yd.. .20
White Flannelette, per yard 28
Crib Blankets, pink and blue, each   1.68
Children's (.loves, per pair 211
BoyB' V Neck Pull-overs, sizes 30-32   1.50
Boys' Sweaters, sizes to 32   1.28
Children's Toques  25
Ladies' All Wool Stockings, per pair 75
Ladies' Dark Brown Oxfords, per pair  4.76
Ladies' Dark Brown Oxfords, with two straps, pair... 4.95
Fancy Painted Cup and Saucer 25
Boys' Velvet Suits, sizes 3 to 7   2.95
Ladies' Bedroom Slippers   1.60
Congoleum Rugs, sizes 9x9 15.00
Congoleum Rugs, sizes Ji/:x9 18.80
Men's All Wool Sox, regufar 85c pair 2 pairs for 1.38
Men's Fancy Cotton Sox 2 pairs for   .45
Dolls, Doll's Carriages, Doll Beds at Sale Prices
Have you seen our Home Spun Dresses?   On Sale at 6.95
Clearing Price on Corsets
Our Sale Prices on the Entire Stock of DRESSES will
satisfy every customer.    Men's, Ladies' and Children's
Underwear On Sale.
We have got a full line of Trunks, Suit Cases, and Club
Bags, marked at Sale Prices.
.Men's Shoes at Clearing PriceB. Men's Ties Marked to clear.
Ask yonr grocer for Dale's Bread.
You will Uko it. 35tt
+   +   +
Messrs. K. W. anil C. Evans of
Marysvllle were Crnnbrook visitors
lust Tuesduy.
Mr. Thos. Bute., Immigration Inspector at Kingsuale, was in tlie eity
on Tuesday.
Wo have in stock a full line of
Women's, Men's, Girls', Boys' and
Children's Shoes. Our stock Is complete and—
Our low  prices win every time.
W. P. DOItAN.
t*. fossil, of Fernle. roadmaster for
tlte Canadian Paclfta at thai point, vis*
Itt'il Cranbrook this woek,
U. ,1. Barter, formerly with the Sta-
ples Lumber Company, has jusi re*
turned from a business trip lo si. Paul,
Wo havo In a Full Line of Winter
Rubbers, nml—
Our low prices win every llmo.
W. F. DORAN.
Mrs. Lionel Leask, who was a pat
lent at the hospiial hist week for a
few days, has returned to her homo.
A. L. Phillips, of Fernio, is doing
well at the hospital after undergoing
an operation for appendicitis this
week.
MEN WANTED —To visit Knox
Church Bazaar on Saturday. 40
Don't miss the dolls' table at the
Knox Church Baxaar and Tea Saturday afternoon. 40
After a stay of about six weeks at
the hospital, Theodore Besette has
turned to his home at Creston.
Mrs. A. Cameron of Moyie was a visitor here tbis week.
GEORGE E. BOWER
L.R.A.M., A.R.C.M.,
Musical Director
Cranbrook Musical Society
Teacher of Singing, Violin ami
Piano
Preparation ror Musical Examinations
Plione Uiu Crunbrook, IW.
. Cocal news.
FOR SALE
FARM IX DEAN, WASHINGTON
120 Acres, will sell in one -niece,
or in 40 acre tracts.   Good soil
tiiat will grow anything.
House (two large rooms), cellar,
two barns, garage, good water.
fiO acres cultivated, 4 acres bearing orchard. Price ?7,000.00, ull
complete.    Terms if necessary.
Apply In first instance for further particulars at Herald Office.
Insure with Beale & Elweli.
Mrs. Sid McCabe of Sirdar visited
Cranbroolt this week.
Just a few left, but lu ull sizes. Our
Navy Blue Serge Dresses for Misses
and Women have gone even beyond
our expectation. All sizes from 10 to
42 ut $9.75 and $13.75; wortii regular
$22.50 ami ?24.50. Call and be convinced that "When Hill Puts On A
Sale It's Genuine."
W. D. HILL,
10 The Ladles' Wear Specialist.
If you aro contemplating a trip
home to Kngland, net- Benle * Elweli,
SU-iimsliip Agent.
Ask your grocer for Dale's Broad,
You will like it. mt
It. Davis, of Bull River, Ih among
the patients from out of (own now at
thu hospital.
Hemstitching and plcot edging. Out
of town orders will receive prompt
and careful attention. Mrs. Surtees,
Cr mi brook, B.C. 37tt
Mrs. J. B. Haslam returned home on
Sunday last after making a good recovery from an operation she recently
underwent at the hospital.
Mr. E. A. Hill left on Wednesday's
train for a few days' visit to his family
in Nelson.
We repair hot water bottles, rubber
footwear, In fact anything made of
rubber.—Wilson's Vulcanizing Works,
Baker Street. 36ti
Bring the boys and girls to the Salvation Army Home League Sale and
give them 10 cents for the Bran Dip.
— 40
LOOK AT THIS!
A T. Eaton Sewing Machine will sew
ou buttons nnd do a lot of other fancy
things with an expert and slick talker,
but when you buy a sewing machine
get a Singer. Yon then have the beBt.
Phone 157, Singer Sewing Machine Co.
Mr. Andrew Sutherland, govern-
ment boiler inspector, is in the city.
Much interest Is being taken in the
meetings of the Young People's Society of Knox Presbyterian Church. Last
Tuesday evening was the devotional
missionary meeting, and n very profit*
able evening was spent. The next
meeting will be the social and literary
evening, to which all the young people
as well as the older are invited.
Ask your grocer for Dale's Bread.
You will llk« it. 35tf
LADIES! Now is the time to choose
that evening gown, while the garments
are new and the prices right. Wt
have a new shipment of lovely gowns
lu nil sizes and prices that will at
once uppenl to everyone. Gowns In
the most delicate shades of Chiffon,
Taffeta, also in Canton Crepes and
Quilted Sutins. We have a number
of exquisite garments, and no two are
alike. Come In and choose your even
ing gown for the New Year'B Ball.
W. D. HILL,
40 The Ladies' Wear Specialist
/?'
A Wonderful Selection of
$1.00 Gifts
BEGINNING   SATURDAY
A W. D. HILL GIFT AT A DOLLAR sounds almost too
good to be true, doesn't It? Well, It is true, and If you
come in on Saturday you will be delighted at the wonderful assortment of appropriate gift articles you can
choose from at this price. Just to give you some ides
of the variety, we mention the following:
LADIES' SILK HUSK) lll.ATlll-.lt HOSE In all the
popular shades; 1IOXKS OF CHRISTMAS HANDKERCHIEFS! LADIES' FANCY COMBS. COLLARS; TIES)
CAMISOLES) and a thousand other Yule Tide Gifts.
Let us, if possible, make all our friends happy, when it
costs so little to do so.
Every Article Packed in a Dainty Gift Box.
(Although this HOLLA It TABLE will be continued until Christmas, we strongly urge you to do your shopping
EARLY.
"WHEN HILL POTS ON A SALE IT IS GENUINE."
Weston's Bargain Store
THE STORE THAT SELLS FOR LESS
W. D. HILL
Till- Dry Goods Specialist.
Our
Christmas
Diamond
Jewelry
surpasses any display we
have ever shown. We have
many handsome designs already for choosing, consisting of
RINGS, LAVALL1EKES,
BAB PINS, EAB HINGH,
PENDANTS, ETC.
For those who favor some
speclut design to be made to
order, wo advise early attention to tlie matter, as it takes
time to execute the ultru-
fushlonnble Jewelry ot to-day.
W.H.Wilson
Jeweler
Cranbrook Taxidermist
Why go to California when >ou can
see thc orange tree at Knox Church
Hazjiar ou Saturday. 40
BORN. — At the St. Eugene HoBpi-
tul, ou Sunday, November 26th, to Mr.
and Mrs. R. Clement, of Klmberley, a
son.
Fleishman's Yeast can now be obtained at Dale's Bakery, fresh every
Wednesday. 40
BORN*. — To Mr. aud Mrs. Horace
Haney, of Wardner, on Saturday, Nov.
ember 25th, a daughter, at the St. Eugene Hospital.
Just to hand—a shipment of Homespun and Flannel Dresses lu all sizes
and colors. Prices from $8.50 to
$18.50. Come in and look at these garments while the Snle Is on.
W. D. HIU,,
40 The Ladies' Wear Specialist
Meet your friends over a refreshing
cup of tea daintily served at the Sal
vation Army Home League Sale, Saturday, December 9th, at 2.30 p.m. In
the Presbyterian Schoolroom. 40
BORN—On Thursday, November 30,
to Mr. nnd Mrs. David Hnlcrow, of
Crunbrook, a daughter.
Candies, Home Cooking, Bran Dip,
Novelties, Useful Presents, at the Salvation Army Home League Sale, Saturday, December 9.   Tea served.     40
Just to hand this week—Twenty-two
Evening Dresses, in many shades and
designs. No two alike, each model
unique iu itself. Black Satin, Canton
Crepe, and IrrUlescent Sequin—these
are lines we are proud to demonstrate
as they are in a class by themselves.
W. D. HILL,
40 The Ladles' Wear Specialist.
Fleishman's Yeast can now be obtained at Dale's Bakery, frcah every
Wednesday. 40
Four pairs or Boys' Heavy School
Hose, sizes from 5 to 7%, for $1.00.
W. D. HILL,
40 The Dry Goods Specialist
Laf!   Laf!   Lafin, is good for digestion, see the
Rotary Minstrels
ITS TIME TO THINK
AND   IT'S   AN   OPPORTUNE
TIME TO THINK ABOUT
Christmas
Furniture
BECAUSE CllltlSTMAS IS ONLY ONE MONTII AWAY AND
OUR CAR OK TIIE NEWEST
IDEAS OP FURNITURE IS ON
DISPLAY. DON'T WAIT UNTIL THE LAST MINUTE AND
THEN HE VERY .MUCH
DISAPPOINTED BECAUSE
THE BEST HAS BEEN SOLD,
AND WE CAN GIVE NOW THE
KIND OF SERVICE THAT WE
WANT TO OIVE.
WE ARE SURE THAT YOU
WILL BE PLEASED TO SEE
THE LATEST IN DINING
ROOM AND BED ROOM FURNITURE, AND NOVELTIES
FOR CHRISTMAS.
THE QUALITY OP WOOD
AND FINISHES IS NOW BACK
TO STANDARD, AND THE
PRICES ARE VERY MUCH
REDUCED.
TALK OF ORGANIZING
K. K. K. HERE PROVES
ADVERTISING SCHEME
The local scare as to the orgunlzu
tion ot the Ku Klax Klan In Cranbrook
has turned out to be an advertising
campaign on the part ot the Star Theatre.
Next Friday and Saturday the Star
will show "One Clear Call,' a story
laid In the south and showing hundreds ot nlghl riders tully garbed in the
dress ot the Ku Klax Klan, visiting
vengeance on one who has offended
their organization.
Featured in this picture Is Henry B.
Walthall, who will be remembered as
the little colonel In "The Birth of a
Nation, and who plays a similar role
In "One Clear Call. All Interested In
public welfare should see this picture, as It shows all the mystic rites
of this organization and their methods In dealing with those who offend.
WANT ADS.
The Home Bakery
To make Christmas Joy complete PHONE 87 for a
Christmas Cake
A large variety to choose from, and dinna forget some
o* Bobby Frame's SCOTCH SHORT BREAD.
Also Cream Puffs and Cream Apple Pies, all made
from the very best of materials fresh In.
Quality Bread, 3 loaves for 25c TIIE TASTE TELLS
R. FRAME
8MB 8EC0ITO HARD HOB!
Photo t,
We par Uw bait prloti tolnf for ill
kinds at furniture. Ws buy anything from a tonus, trap to an auto*
•no-He,
W. W. Kllby, Auctioneer and Valuer
C. J. Lewis was u business visitor
to Klko for a couple of days this week.
The Olrls* M.A. of Christ Church
nlll serve afternoon ten In the Parish
Hall on Saturday. December Sth (ran
:i tu li |uii. A few articles for sale,
also candy. Musical programme provided.   Everybody welcome. 40
A very enjoyable farewell party was
tendered Mr. It. J. Barter, of Wycllffe
by a number of his friends In Cranbrook and district, ut the Cranbrook
Hotel on Thursday-evening. Mr. A.
K. Leitch, the president of the Mountain Lumbermen's Association, presided at the Informal function. Many expressions of regret were heard at Mr.
Barter's contemplated departure from
the community. Mr. E. L. Staples.
cf Wycliffe. proposed the toast to the
guost of thc evening, and nfter being
"dew'My honored, the toast was responded to by Mr. Barter, who expressed i egret ut leaving the Bast Koot.
cuuy. Mr. Barter will spend the winter In California, but will return to
the district eventually, he expects.
Some of the out-of-town guests at thc
gathering were Messrs. A. K. nnd Geo.
Leitch, Jaffray; E. L. Staples and D.
H. Foster, Wycltire; H. H. Ross, Waldo; Oeo. Robson, Lumberton: E. (I.
Montgomery, Klmberley.
Fleishman's Yeast can now be obtained at Dale's Bakery, fresh every
Wednesday. 40
Lift Off with Fingers
Doesnt hurt a bltl Drop a little
"Freezone" on an aching corn, Instantly that corn atops hurting, then
ihortly you lift it right off with fingers.   Truly)
Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of
"Freezone" for a few cents, sufficient
to remove every bard corn, soft corn,
or corn between tbe toes, and the cal-
wlthout soreness or Irritation.
FOR SALE—Two Cougar Rugs, mounted nicely,   B. Weston. 40tf
FOUND—On Wycllffe rood Saturday
last, pair of pliers. Now at Herald
Ofllce. 40
FOUND—Two black pocket kits near
city. May be had at Herald Office
by payment for this advertisement. 40
WANTED. — General work with cook
by Japanese veteran. Box 290,
Cranbrook. 39tf
FOR SALE. — Dodge car, run 8,600
miles. McLaughlin Four, In tint
claaa condition. Apply to Martin
Broe,     Cranbrook. IMI
Do Your Christmas
Shopping Early
Only 20 More Days to Get Yours
This Store is Overflowing with (lifts for both old nml young
FANCY CHINA
Very Latest ln Elite l.imnges, Qrosventir, Copelami, Itoyal
Doulton, Moore-Crofts, anil Nippon I land I'ain led,
At Very Reasonable Prices.
Complete Line of
Mechanical Toys, Games, hooks.  Hunks,  Erector Sets,
Dolls, Doll Carriages,
and all kinds of Toys to please tlie Kiddies.
FANCY GOODS IN CHRISTMAS BOXES
Dainty line of Men's Neckties,   Armbands, Suspenders,
Handkerchiefs, Ladles' Handkerchiefs in Pure Linen and
Silk, Linen Scarfs, Centre Pieces, Runners, Kancy Variety
Bags, and hundreds of other useful gifts.
CHRISTMAS STATIONERY, CHRISTMAS CARDS AND
TREE DECORATIONS
Beautiful line of Stationery in Christmas Boxes, and a very
attractive display of Christmas Cards. Get some at once
to send friends. Large line of Tree Decorations on display
Special Discounts Given to all School Christmas Tree
Entertainments
Moffatt's Variety Store
CRANBROOK, B-C.
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