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 Legislative Assembly
Anrll 24-u
JOB PRINTING
Wo are veil equipped to
turnout the best class
of work.
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
ADVERTISING
In the Herald Pays—Try
Our Local  Oolnmna
IF   YOU   WANT   CRANBROOK   TO   GROW.   PATRONIZE   HOME   ENTERPRISE
VOLUME  15
CRANBROOK,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,  THUKSUAY, OCTOBER ii, 1913
NO. -10
SMALL FARMERS TIKE
ILL PHIZES
NOTION AFTER   THE l'\Wlt-(\YP
Alll.K   MANAOEMBNT-FIN-
AM'KS IN GOOD SIIAI'I*..
At a meeting   of llie directors    or
it he I'riiiiintHili   Agricultural aasocla
Hon held ul   tin* secretary's ollice   or
Wednesday owning a satisfactory fln-
aiicial statement was received. In
canvassing Uu* situation Uu* directors lintl ,iliai when lln> total amount
uf subscriptions an' jiui-fl iu thoro will
In* sufficient io cover all their expenses this year, Including the fitter-
est on tlu* mortgage otI the
(•rounds, amounting lo $300, which
was ordered paid lo Mr. I'nn, the
mortgagor.
The secretary's office will he open
next. Saturday between 2 ami 4 p.m.
u>kI 7 ami !) p.m. when lhe prize
money will bo pain*. All having
claims against tlw association arc
requested to render their accounts at
once ami Ihoss who have, promised
subscriptions will forward payment
as soon as possible so that there may
be a final settling up.
Despite tbe fact that husiness has
not hetn normal this year the fair's'
finances are in good shape, which is
due largely lo the energetic and capable work of the hoard of directors
and the un'lagging /eal of Manager
A. H. Wobb, who has accomplished a
vast amount, of work under trying
circumstances. The thanks of the
directors have already been, expressed
and should be supplemented by all
those interested in the fair. Mr.
Webb continued to exert every eltort
for the fair at a time when others
were troubled with "cold feet," and
the .success of the undertaking this
year fo in a large measure duetto his
work, hacked by the careful directorate.
One nf the curious circumstances
exhibited as a result of the fair was
that alt prizes for grain anil farm
products were won by farmers who
own only very small tracts. They
were all excellent farmers but the
fai't tliat none of the larger tillers of
the district were" able to carry off
any prizes, was not so much due to
the fact*that the smaller farmers
were better farmers but that they
took more interest in the fair ami
seem to lie more public spirited.
Many of th.- prize winners spent a
lot of hard work in preparing their
exhibits, which tlie larger farmers did
not do.
The management have been complimented this year from outside sources on tin* fact thai there was no
midway Ini connection. There was a
well ordered crowd in attendance. In
fact, one of tne besl tempered mid
mosl cosily handled crowds that has
ever been on tlw grounds.
While the Caledonian sports did not
prove so interesting ns horse races
most, of the money is still in lhe
district. All is well thai ends well.
The cilizeiis have cause to congratulate themselves lhat the fair this
year has boon brought lo so success
[ul a termination.
CRIIMOK DEFEATS
BlilflMORE
E OF THEFT OF
I).   BARRETT   IS    ACCUSED OF
STEALING TRUNK  and CON
TENTS FROM CANADIAN
1I(>TKI.-1',(H'ND  IN  HIS
ROOM IN ROYAL.
D. Mum-It, who has lieen working
for 11 ones ii i MI   Dnris us a carpenter,
was arrested by Constable Baxter on
Tuesday afternoon on a warrant
sworn mil by *'os. Brault, propriotor
of the Canadian hold, charging him
with ihe theft of a trunk from tho
Canadian storage rooms.
Mr. Barrett had boon a gucsl at
lhe Canadian until aboul six weeks
ago when he loft. The morning he departed Mr. 1 trail It found a trunk
laying in lhe alley behind his storage
room, which he took back into lhe
room. Later Mr. Barrett announced
his departure ami said he would want
his trunk to take wiiln hint. Monday
Mr, l''ran.cis LeRahcr, who had a
trunk in storage at the Canadian
hotel, appeared and his trunk could
Inert be located. Mr. Brault made a
few inquiries and found that Mr.
Barrett was stopping at lhe Royal
hotel and on invest Igal ion found Mr.
LeRaher's trunk iu Mr. Barrett's
loom at the Royal, with an overcoat
and suit also belonging to him luuvg
up in a closet. He promptly swore
out a warrant for Barrett's arrest.
The case came up in police court
Wednesday morning for hearing be-
Fore Magistrate Ryan. Mr. LeRahcr positively identified his trunk and
clothing and other articles found In
the trunk. Mr. Brault told of the
circumstances of the trunk being taken from his storage room. Wm.
Steward, proprietor of the Royal
hotel, stated lhat Mr. Barrett had
been a guest at his bouse for lhe past
six weeks, occupying room Xo. 56.
The magistrate committed the accused for trial.
CRANBROOK RIFLE ASSOCIATION
At a meeting of the above association, held in the city hall Wednesday
night, ihe following resolution8 wore
made:
That the days for practice shooting be Tuesday and Salurday, after
one o'clock p.m., tin* first day open
for practice heing Saturday, the
fourfli of October.
No member is permitted to shoot
except in the presence of a range officer.
The range officers appointed are as
follows:
W. .1. Nieol.
K. McMtthou.
.1. P. LaKleur.
Joseph Ryan.
A. II. Wchsler.
K. Elwell,
11. II. Hon rue
W. M. II«rris.
R. D. Davis.
c. W. Loubach.
a. T. Underbill
V A. Walilnger.
.Ionics Milne.
I*\ R. Morris.
ll. P  Graham,
Application for arms aud ammunition must he made lo a range officer
who will lie supplied wilh nil regulations regarding shooting, otc.
Edward Klwell, ('apt.
TENNIS TOl'RNAMKNT RESULTS
li-1 - PARTY VISITS IN
AUTOMOBILES.
Blalrmore challenged the cran
brook Lawn Tennis ilub lo a tOurnn
ment recently, the clmllengo belnj
accepted. Lust Friday a party of
visitors from, Blair moro arrived via
automobile lo play and a series of
seven names were played on the
loenl courts on Friday and Saturday
afternoons. Mayor Lyon, of Dluir-
more. was a member of the visiting
parly ami contested two of ihe
events, The tournament resulted in
one game going lo Btairuiore and
nix were won by Cranbrook.
The following is a list of the
ivents and results,
Baker and Farmer of Blairmore defeated Garrett and. Mceredy of Cranbrook, (1-5, 0-11, 0-4.
lliscock and Lyon, of Blairmore,
succumbed lo, Molllwalne ami Mahood
ot Cranbrook, 3—(f, 8—fl.
Blgclow and Lyon, of Blairmore,
lost io Mackci'sey and Harris, of
Cranbrook, 4—6,,0—0.
Hiscocks, of Blairmore, was defeated by Oarrett, ot Cranhrook,
0-0, 0—1.
Baker, of Blairmore, lost to
Mceredy, of Cranhrook, 0—3, (I—2.
Blgelow, of Blairmore, wns defeated by Melllwuinc, Cranhrook, 0—1
fl-2.
former, of Blairmore, was defeated
hy Mahood, ot Craubiook, ti—0, 0—2,
Chas. B. Ward Nominated
For Provincial Parliament
Candidate Named at Liberal Convention to Head Party in the
Next Provincial Election
OPENING OE THE
NEW iSON THEATRE
Since the many improvements have
been made al the Kdison theatre the
theatre has been re-opened and is
again giving nightly picture shows
with new surroundings. The front
of the theatre was completely rebuilt
ami is now modern in over) respect.
Inset mirrors are tbo feature ol the
lobby, which is liiiislicil m while and
illuminated with colored lights.
lu Ihe interior a new orchestra pit
has boon prov Idcd and bettor ventilation effected. The orchestra has
also lieen augmented witb the add!
tion of several local players.
Baldwin Bros, have, just renewed
tlieir contract for tlicir feature film
service, which has been giving such
satisfaction fn Ihe past and patrons
are guaranteed this service for the
next year at least. They havo always insisted in giving tho people lhe
hest secvice thnt money will secure
ami slate they will continue to adhere to this rule. They are always
on the lookout for features that will
be of interest to picture patrons.
Since the opening the Kdison has-
been showing to crowded houses,
which Justifies the assertion that
Cranbrook people appreciate ai> effort
lo |)c up-to-date and will give generous patronage to those who try to
merit this reward. The Kdison is
now ono of tlm brightest nnd most
up-to-date picture show houses in tho
interior ol British Colombia.
Chas. (t. Ward, of this city, Waal
unanimously chosen al a district
convention held at the Liberal com-j
niiltee rooms on last Saturday oven-,
ing as Die candidate lo contest this
riding for lhe seat in lhe provincial
house al the next provincial election.
There was a largo and cnthusiastio
attendance among those present being
some of lhe oldest settlers in the
district and a more representative
gathering of lho various branches of
industry could not in* ogain assembled. !
About nine o'clock Mr, -lames Wilkes, of Vancouver, the Liberal organ-!
i/.cr. called the meeting to order and
stated his connection wilh the party
leaders and tlie object of the meeting. |
On motion by Mr. VY. A. Ncsbitt, |
seconded by Maurice Quain, Mr. Wilkes was asked to name the com-
mil-tee on credentials which he did j
as follows: Br. 1*\ B. Miles, Cranhrook; E. L. IJnft, Moyie; 0. W.
Donahoe, Wardner; Thos. .1. Summers, Kimberley; II. Storer, Yahk.;
and S. P. Chambers, Fort Steele.
The committee retired and reported
Hie following names entitled lo seats
in the convention•
Cranbrook—C, It. Ward, V, A.
Grenon, •'. K. Kennedy, Dr, F. H.
Miles, Oeo, Hoggarth, Fred A. Russell, l\ K. Wilson, Tom Walton, .1.'
V. Belanger, .John Leask, H, R.
Scott, 11. Hickenhotham, M. Burick,
A. It. Smith, Thos. (iill, II. Darling, I
W. A. Neshitt, Maurice Quain, Walter
Van Aisdnlc, M. K. Collins, .J, F.
Campbell, it. K. Nafo, (>. Brlstow,'
W. S. Santo, .1. It. McNabb. '
Movie - E. L. Unit, W. II. Laird,
John Freeman, C a. Fopte, II. II.;
Dim mock. , j
Kimberley—1\ Conovcr, 13. Iloule,
Thos. Summers, A. K. Carter, T.
A title,
Wardner—Graham Donahoe, Chas.!
Masters, W.  F.  Durness.
Fort Steele—.T. II. Hayes, Wm.
Meyers, Geo. Geary, Robt. Chambers
and Deri Prlne.
Wasa—H. W. Ban, (;. A, Hayes
and D. Ringborg.
Yahk—John Kerr, I!. Storer, Ed.,
frill ion, Richard Hamilton, II. Ilat-
rison.
Roll call was then made and all responded.
Mr. P, K. Wilson was chosen
'liairnian and IL Darling secretary.,
In talcing his seat Mr. Wilson complimented the assembled delegates as
being one of the most representative
gatherings ho had seen in Cranhrook
in years, gathered together in the,
cause of Liberalism.
Tbe following resolutions were then
presented and unanimously passed:
RESOLUTION NO. 1.
Thai this convention rejoices at
the unanimous expressions of love
and loyally on the part of Liberals
throughout the Dominion toward
thai matchless champion of democracy and Canadian autonomy our
revered and honored leader, Sir Wilfrid Laurier. whose whole life has
been consecrated and devoted to honorable service for his country's good
and Whoso name will illumine the
panes of Canadian history and whose
memory will he enshrined iu a halo of
Imperishable glory in Ibe minds and
hearts of the future generations of n
grateful Canadian people,
RESOLUTION NO. 2.
Tills ((invention declares its allegiance lo tho principles of the platform adopted hy the llevclstokc convention and its confidence in the Integrity of character and ability ol
the Honorable 11. C. Drewster, our
provincial leader, and pledge to him
loyal support and hearty co-operation
in the great work he has undertaken,
and we emphasize to Liberals everywhere their duty to work .unceasingly
to lhe end lhat the present provincial government shall be driven from
power and that a Liberal government more in touch with democratic
ideals, sentiment, and thought be established in ils stead,
RESOLUTION NO. 3.
Be if resolved, that in the event of
the    convention nominal ing a candidate, it is    hereby   expressly understood and agreed that another representative convention of Liberals    of
Cranhrook riding shall be held    upon
some dale reasonably prior to      tho
actual date of the next general elec-
j lions for Ibe purpose of ratifying    or
I dealing in such other manner as may
nt Hint time    seem to he wise    ami
[ expedient and in tlw Interests of   the
Un*
il.
RESOLUTION No.  I,
That we, the duly accgcdltrd dele-
gules representing the Liberal party
of Cranbrook riding In convention assembled, denounce I ha I arrogant
aggregation of Conservative politicians who now control Ihe destinies
of our province as the most despotic
and tyrranical government lhat ever
held ollice in any Canadian commonwealth in our nation's history, save
the possible exception of tlte famous
or infamous family compact of the
ante-Confoderatlon period. We hold
up for public disapproval and con-
tempi the much vaunted machine
methods introduced into or.il' political
life by the present provincial government, wilh the ill-lHsgulSed purpose of perpetuating themselves in
power ami which is rapidly reducing
our alleged statesmen lo lhe level of
Tammany ward heelers, bringing the
blush of shame lo homisl Conservative cheeks and as constituting a
standing menace to public peace und
tranquility,
We umiualiliedly condemn the Mc-
Bri'de government as a monumental
refutation of lhe fundamental idea
lhat governments are Instituted
amongst men lo guarantee them the
enjoyment of properly honestly acquired, and to promote iheir liberties and confidently submit to the
honest electoralc that it has forfeited the confidence of the people.
Because, of the hold and brazen attempts of tlte public works department to coerce and intimidate its
political opponents and bribe the
people in outlying constituencies wilh
tlte money they contribute as taxation to the provincial exchequer,
through the extravagant; unequitable
nnd sometimes dishonest expenditure
on necessary public improvements,
witli utter disregard of local needs
and requirements, but with an eye
single to improving the prospects ami
purposes of tlte Tory party iu politics, j
Because, of the high handed and
notoriously arbitrary methods which
characterize the conduct of the nl-'
lorney-general's department during
the incumbency of that Napoleonic
genius, thai past master of political
strategy and finesse, the Honorable'
Wm. J.  Dowser.
Because, of the lamentable lack of
a progressive constructive policy of
development, ami substituting therefor tlte  miserable makeshift methods
of tbe Honorable Ballot Box Billy Ward said in part: "I appreciate
Boss, chief commissioner of lands,1 VQCy deeply the honor which this as-
Who with the advice and consent of seiuhly has seen fit lo bestow upon
the legislative assembly, i.e., the' me. I am not an old politician,
Tory machine, has squandered thu ^ having never sought oflice or been .
heritage of our people, placed lhe re- candidate before. 1 have always he-
sources of the province into tlm' |j,.m| flrtnly in the principles of Lib-
hands of speculators, thereof creat- oralism and have never straddled the
ing almost insurmountable 'impedi-' fence, j |mVr. worked for lhe success
hiettts to the development of ag- j 0f the party in other campaigns and
riculturaf ami industrial interests, so long as Liberalism stands for the
and which ultimately will develop same principles it does today will be
serious problems to tax the genius fmtll(i voting and working consistenl-
nud capacity of future governments,' |y f0r its success. I have never
to solve satisfactorily, to our people, thoroughly understood why men of
the calibre of our former candidates,
Dr. J. H. King and M. \. Mnodon*
aid, could nol Ih* elected,
. "The only cause I can assign foi
I .Mr. Macdonald's defeat was ili.it In
, was a new man to this district. The
Liberals have no cause lo he ashamed of the men who have beaded tliell
, party in Ibis district heretofore, li
order to defeat Mr. Macdonald wi
witnessed lho spectacle of the premier visiting Ihis district and promls
ing Ihe people lhal if the*, would r<-
ect the Conservative candidate,   hi
and desire to create a peaceful progressive and possibly a while Hritish
Columbia, lo assist us in ibc com-
I mcndable cause of bringing dlscomfi-
I lure, dismay and defeat lo au utterly discredited government that has
dismally failed to fulfill lhe aspirations of our people and to advance
the general welfare of our province.
Mr. Wilkes slated that lhe real object of the convention was to consider the proposition of nominal ing a
candidate to enter the field in accordance wilh a resolution which
passed tho provincial convention al
Kevclstoke unanimously to tlie effect
tliat candidates Ih* placed in
Held in every dislrict of the pn
ai the earliest possible date,
wished the convention to ncl on
the matter and if though! advisable
lo place a candidate in (he field,
A resolution was then introduced
by Mr. A. A. Neshitt, seconded by
P. A. (ireiion, In the effect that the
convention proceed to thc nomination
of a candidate. Resolution was
carried.
Mr. Neshitt llien nominated Mr.
Chas. R. Ward, declaring him to la-
one of the foremost and outstanding
citizens of the district. He had talc
cn an active Interest in politics and
was at present the president of the
local Liberal association. Mr. Ward
had made a success of his private
husiness ami was at present serving
the city in the capacity of alderman. He was a young mau and
possessed id a complete knowledge of
the needs of ihis district and, if
elected, would iu* able io serve the
people of the   district Undorstandmg-
fy*
This nomination was ably seconded
by Mr. S. I'. Chambers, of Fort
Steele, who painted out the strong
Indictments which had been brought
against the present government in
Resolution No. I and stated that
it any one were true it ought to consign the Conservative party to Tim-
liuctoo. He was a new man in the
district, but from what he had gathered, since his arrival tlw* present
provincial government was certainly
"rotten" and it behooves all good
Liberals to preach the gospel unlil
they were ousted.
There being no further nominations
President Wilson doclaced nominations closed and .Mr. Ward was declared unanimously elected amidst
rousing cheers.
In   addressing    the meeting      Mr.
Liberal putty.
and for all width the premier will
properly be regarded by future generations as being responsible, and
which will unquestionably make that
honorable gentleman famous in our
history as a prodigal, if nol a native
son of British Columbia.
Last but not least, because of the
false lliough fulsome effusions of tender solicitude and paternal regard of
lhe welfare of lhe homy handed sou
of toll by that Scion of Pacific
Coast Nobility, Sir Richard McBride, the premier himself, also   his
pusillanimous plllle anenl the suhject ' Would be appointed as minister of
of a "White British Columbia," as railways. The premier very well
best evidenced by lhe incontrovcrl-! knew- as do most of lhe people in this
ible, though not generally dlssem.il-.district, lhat the present Conserva-
ated fact that hundreds of Chinese j Uvv mm!K.r ^j|0 a ,,iPasant gcnlh-
nnd Japanese are ami have been for ( man to meet personally is not of
more than ten years last past em- cabinet calibre,
ployed in the coal mines of Hritish j "Great sums have been appropriai-
Columbia, and hy tlm almost crimin-j ed for this dislrict and if they had
a) indifference displayed by his gov-(b«,n wjsl.|y spent we should have
ernment in neglecting to successfully ( heard no complaints for either roads
employ its great Influence in effecting or bridges. Twenty thousand dol-
a satisfactory adjustment of the lab- ]ars was appropriated for one bridg,*
or difficulties thai have convulsed the and I ask you, genllenten, where is
coal mining districts in the western the bridge? It is where it is of not
section o f our province lor several j one dnllar's benefit to any man in
months last past. ihe district,
Therefore, the foregoing being a "Appropriation was made for arte* of tlie principal reasons nf our [ other bridge and the money was ev-
opposition    lo   the   McBrlde-dlowser   hausted before   the piers were all In
I government,   we,   the   Liberals      of   people   who are settling the countrv
Cranbrook,        refuse        to     gaze and need    money to help them      lu
| with complacency       upon       or^ their work of development are denied
. to        view with        Indulgent| work on the roads for themselves ami
calm the   present political situation,' their teams   and local alleged polili-
i ami we cull upon all who luve liberty ' (Continued ou page un).
uinK FIT
While thr; great majority of our
fruit ginweit and shippers are en-
dWwning, usually successfully, to
livsi fulh up lo ih.- requirements of
lhe h'ntit Moot Act (Inspection and
Sal.*- W, -Km 'i), u is to lu* regretted thai some fruit is still being
poorly packed ami improperly graded,
and some fruit packages arc falsely
marked.
The Dominion fruit inspectors in
the province ami in tlu* prairies, are
successfully si curing the marketing of
imported fruit, as required by tin
new laws passed al the request of
tin* B.C. Fruit Growers' association.
There has not been a similar readiness to observe the law on tho part
of our own fruit growers, which puts
the association and fruit growers
generally, In an unfair position. All
B.C. growers should Ik* willing to assist tin* association iu its efforts io
prot-ct the industry, bj themselves
meeting ihe law's requirements
Iheir violations ore due. doubtless,
to Igftorancc ot whal Is required We
urge cverj packer and shipper of
fruil tn procure a copy of the ad
from the i hie! Dominion Inspector,
1!. C I. ('lark,*, 153 Water street.
Vancouver, and to read and master
ils contents. This must n-sult in a
licllci pack of fruit, belief prices,
and a higher reputation, which, in
(urn, insures more stable markets in
future years.
Some of our powers ar*' liable t,t
prosecution for   violation of ihe act.
we hope lhat     the number of       such
cases will diminish, hecausc the pr<
edition ,,[ the individual hurts       not
only himself bul the reputation      of
D.c. fruit growers collectively.
Growers and packers should also secure copies of ihe circulars on
"Methods of Fruit Picking and
Handling,'' and "Fruit Packing,"
sued by the provincial department of
agriculture, obtainable on request
front tlie department at Victoria or
from any assistant horticulturist
The Act stales the law's requirements: the circulars outline the
methods of picking, handling, grading and packing to meet the requirements of the law and the market.
There must fo- continual progress in
the methods of preparine fruit for
the market, if our fruit industry is
to overcome it*, keen competition
and take its place as one of the principal industries of the province.
There must also he continued effort
by all our growers to keep our fruit
pack hones! and uniformly reliable,
and to raise the standard bieher each
year. The more fatorahle markets
and prices oi the current season,
temp! many to relax their efforts.
resulting in lower grades. The bad
results of this practice ate liable to
be severely felt nevt season, when
the expected bumper crops over the
Noethwcst States will make ihe
markets much more critical towards
pour packing than this year.
it. M. Winslow,
Provincial  Horticulturist.
STEEL ID REACH THE
SUMMIT DECEMBER 1ST
PROGRESS   n\     KETTLE   VALLEY RAILW W  WEST OF
MU'W.W .
Steel on the Kettle Valley railway
will be laid to tho summit, 76 miles
west „f Midway, hy December 1st.
according to plans of those now in
charge ..[ the work, Tlte roadbed is
in readiness, hut it is estimated that
there will be shout 18 days of bridge
building anil twenty days of steel
laying in the eleven miles remaining
to reach the summit.
The lawn.: ,.( ^t.vl from Wolfe
creek at mile n.*> wim from Midwav
started yesterday, but there will he
three bridges to build in the flrtrt
three miles. The bridges are framed
at Carmi read*, for installing. The
work is now being done In the railway company, hut it is expected thai
it will lie la!*' nexl summer before
lhe link to I'entu-tou will Im* connected up. tlieie being considerable
'liilieuli road work yel to do.
PURE SHED LIVE
STOCK FREE
As announced early in the season
the Dominion live stock branch has
this year undertaken a distribution
of pure bred male animals throughoui
Canada on a somewhat extensive
scale. In Inaugurating ibis policy
the aim has been to aid sections
where pure bred sires were lacking
and to encourage new communities in
following an intelligent system in
breeding This form of assistance
has proven verj' popular and ikinng
the past few months a large number
ol hulls ami several stallions have
been placed in various paits of    the
colinltv in tho bands of heal as
lOOialloru foi und specially for Ibe
purpose of li,lulling and maintaining
them All animals placed remain
ilu* propeln r.f the department of
agriculture, the local associations
csponsibiliU  lor Iheir
 and   moiiagement under
the general supervision of officers of
the live slock branch.
The distribution of bulls and stallions huw lui-n brought lo a close
for ihis year Uie opportunity is now
open lo deal with applications for
hoars and rams. full Information
regarding the rules governing lhe
distribution and the procedure .'o
he followed jn forming tlw necessary
organization may be had upon application lo the live stock commissioner, Ottawa.
As il is the intention to consider
only such requests as are forwarded
heforc October 20th, it will ho necessary for distries desiring to take
advantage of Ihis offer to act
promptly.
OPEN NEW CLUB HOUSE
IT WYCLIFFE
LARGE ATTENDANCE ON n]>F.N-
IXQ nK   NEW  H \l.l. WHICH
w \s   ERECTED BV Coi'-
\l.\U SUBSCRIPTION.
Those who attended the opening of
tlie new chili house ai Wulifte on
last Monday evening report a most
enjoyable time. llie excrolses opened with a concert mi which Mrs.
Day Staples am! Alan Graham guve
vocal renditions,and Misses Haaley
and Ta\lor gave lt pianoforte duet.
The Rex orchestra also contributed
to tiie programme. After the concert thc Kev orchestra furnished
music for a dane.- which was highly
en'oyed hy those present, dancing
continuing until l am., refreshments
being served ,,\ midnight.
The new. club huilding was erected
by popular subscription for tiie benefit of the millmen and other workers
in the woods near Wycliffe. Tlie land
and lumber were donated by the
Staples Lumber company. The
building uas erected by the subscriptions piven together with the
latmr donated by many of tbe men.
The building is a cr*«lit to the little
city of Wycliffe and will furnish a desirable recreation n-sort for lhe man
who is loafing or ofi duty.
The building is equipped with a
hall 35 h\ 85 h-et awl a stage with
21 foot opting and in feet in depth.
This will provide a place for entertainments and shows and Jill a long
felt want in this n-spect. Shower
batbs arc provided and a reading
room fitted with a fireplace and comfortable easy chairs, where tin* mill
men may spend their long winter
evenings It is proposed to put in a
swimming pool and gymnasium equipment at an early date.
Many people from <ranltrook, Kimberley and Marysville participated in
lhe opening.
assuming  the
maintenance
KOOTENAY CENTRAL
LINE
Invermere,   B.    C,   Sept, 80.—The
Kootenay Central railroad has made
great progress this summer, both to
ibc sooth from Oolden and northward from Fori Steele Forty
miles out of the line arc now open
lor traffic from Oolden '<< Rpillama-
cheen,  while lite steam shovel ar*
steadily at   work lifting the surplus
dirt oul of ti>ir  way, 'Ibis means
a short journej In nam from tin;
coast lo the beautiful lakes of Kast
Kootenai, which lie between tlio
Selkirks and (be Hock*, Mountain
range, with peaks living to over
10,000 feet within a few bonis' rule
of tbe valiei.
The London News Agency circulates
an interview secured in Paris with
Mrs. I'ankhurst, in which she says:
"I shall positiveli sail for America
on October llth. I have already*
hooked passage on the Krench liner
Provence which sails from Havre on
that day. I do not believe the American immigration authorities will
detain me, ami certainly not lor long.
I am nol the least afraid of deportation .and will not resort to any sub-
terfugo to gain admission to that
country. I will sail under my own
name, ami am convinced;] w»ill receive fair play. I have much faith
tn the open-mindedncss of the people
in America. Ah soon as I finish inv
lectures in America, I shall return
tu Kiu'.I.wd lu resume my  work." TIIE   CRANBROOK   HERALD
ORA.N'BROOKHBRALO
Bt the Herald   Publishing Company,
J. H. Thompson, Editor and Manage
CIUNItR00M.C., October 2nd, 1913
EDITORIAL N
"Laurier is stil'l alive. That is the
bent hope ol Canada, the one greal
quieting influence," writes Mr. K. W.
Thomson, tin- well-known newspaper
correspondent to lhe Boston Transcript. These whii are nol partisans
sic in llie Kieneh-i'anadiau Liberal
leader the greatest ol Canada's lig-
iires the man who sees dealest llie
besl path for thr Dominion in follow
.m.l couragcousl) bla/es tho way.
in tiie selection, "1 Chas ll. Ward
of this ell) to represent lhe MlternU
in th.- next election thc part) bus
made a selection   which should prove
•a   wise  move,      I Ic   is  a man        who
will stand tin- test of acquaintance, n
man whom lo know better is io find
undiscovered latent talents of rugged
character, lie has shown on mor
than one occasion thai he can Man,
tine lo his colors when they are mi
popular, a man who will nol be
swerved from his purpose hj fear or
favor, He knows lhe game of poll-
ties sufficiently lo he able to protect
himself againsl the predator) Interests or these whn would seek to use
him blindfolded lo thotr advantage.
With his ilisccrmnenl lie should always he able lo sec the play behind
the secies. When he speaks his utterances are direct to the point, With
short sentences that strike the nail
directly al every blow. IDs nomination at this lime will serve to increase his already wide acquaintance
throughout the district and wc (indict that as lhe days go In he will
gain in popularity and will make a
formidable antagonist in the political
arena whenevw the voters are given
lhe opportunlt) to select their new
representative in the provincial legislature.
AI.W.ws     u; \INST    Till-:  CLOSURE.
The answer to Mr. lingers' chargi
lhal the Laurier government intended tn Introduce a closure bill will,
the Toronto star reminds its readers, be found in tin- ollu-jal records
In lBOil lhe iiiles of Hie house wen
revised. Dr. Spronlc asked it the
government Intended to introduce the
closure Sir Wilfrid Laurier ausw*
erod:
"1 can assure my honorable friend
(Mr. Spniulc) that the government,
has no intention of using the majority now supporting it in Ihis house
lo curtail anv of Ihe rights and
privileges of this parliament. Wo
prize them as highly nn this side as
honorable gentlemen do on the other
side."
This was tin final declaration of
lhe government's policy. It wMI he
found ui page 111', of the Hansard of
1000-10, together with lhe eloquent
pleas for Liberty of speech made by
Poster, Maclean, I lughes, Sprotile
and others, who afterwards supported
the closure—Reglna Leader.
MILITARY  M\DNi:ss.
The real trouble is that military
Uriahs in the last year or two have
been receiving far too much prominence. Am ambitious soldier is now,
for the lust time, at the head ot the
military department, and he has
been riding his hobby furiously, scattering drill sheds all over the countrv and trying lo Whip the people into a state of feverish activity over
military affairs. Thc schools have
been seized (or n recruiting ground,
and the country looks as ii il were
iu hourly danger of invasion The
.Montreal Gazelle, a strong friend of
the government, has raised ils vole
in protest against "military madness." There is nt) proposal either
to abolish the militia or In starve it
out. There is no objection lo all
this deafening racket aboul wnr and
guns and drill sheds in a country
which nobody has the slightest notion ol invading We have enough
orohlctns ol our own without borrowing the milli in \ madness of Europe*.*—Toronto Stnr.
ML      i NION   M \N,    Will) DOES
S'Ol I!    LAUNDRY?
Do you send it In lbs Cranhrook
Steam Launtlrj who employ While
Labor, or do yon send it to the
Chink laumlnics and then stand
around and demand shorter hours and
more pay for wiur labor?
Do you realize that the Steam
Laundries employ daughters and sons
of Union Men/
If the Steam Laundries refused to
employ sons and daughters of Union
Men, whal a howl the Union Men
would make.
Do you know that the Steam
Laundries employ daughters of
Union men, nnd their fathers and
brothers are known to take their
laundry In the Chinks'1 That's consistency, isn't ll?
Do you know that the Steam
Laundry of Ihis citv distributes
nbOUi $10,000 a year in wages, In
say nothing of (tie money spent In1
various  oilier    things, I 0., In print
ers, blacksmiths, barbers, machinists,
carpenters, etc?
Do you know that all thys money
is spent right here in Cranbrook and
lhat you all get a piece oj it?
Du you know that il the Steam
Laundry received just about fill pet-
cent of the work now given to Chink
laundries lhat Ihey would he compiled to enlarge their plants and
employ more labor?
Do you know that at least $1,000
per week is sent out ol this city by
Chinese laumlrymcti through the
banks ami express offices? If this
money was spent here il would help
the boom, wouldn't it?
Do you know that Chink laundries
run from « a.m. to 12 p.m.? Would
you work those hours, or let you
sisters or daughters work such
hours? The Strain Laundry is coin
polled to obey factory laws and hour;
ami is glad to do so. Ask theii
help.
Do you know thai it bas been care
fully estimated lhal 78 per cent o
the patronage given to Chink laiiiul
lies Is given hy laboring men, aud u
large percentage of tins patronage o
given by Union Labor?
Do you know that lho Steam
Laundry Is continually buying machinery made by Union Labor, cotton
ami duck made hy Union Labor, nnd
thai practically all the machinery
repairs, carpenter work, blacksmith, etc., is done by  Union Labor'
Do you know that ihe Steam Latin
dn employees wink il hours a day in
bright, clean and well ventilated
buildings?
Now, Mr. Union Man, what do you
think of these questions? .lust think
them over.
Do they apply to ynu?
Yours truly,
Cranbrook steam Laundry
THE   DIFFERENCE.
Tennyson or Longfellow could take
ii worthless sheet of paper, write u
poem on it and make it worth $05,,
000—that's genius. There are some
men who can write a lew words on a
sheet of paper ami make it worth
^llllli.imi.—that's capital. A mechanic can take material worth $5.00 and
make it inlo watch springs worth
$1,000—that's skill. There is a man
iu Toronto who can take lt 50 cent
piece of canvas, paint a picture on it
and nake it worth several hundred
dollars—I hat's art. A merchant
can lake an article worth 75c. aud
sell it for $1.00—that's business. A
woman can purchase a ?5C, hat, but
prefers one that costs $27—that's
foolishness. A ditch digger works
len hours a day airl handles several
tons of earth for $2.50—that's labor.
Tlio author of Ihis can write ;l cheque
for $90,000,000 but it wouldn't be
worth a dime—that's lhe truth.
. f .
B. C. NOTES
A typographical union has been
formed al Kamloops.
Senator Dostock opined lho Agricultural fair al Kamloops last
week.
A stubborn fire, arising from spontaneous combustion at Woodward's
store. Vancouver, gave the firemen
several hours struggle before It was
extinguished.     Loss, $50,000.
Israel UubinowiU, police magis-
Irate of Stcveston and » well known
Vancouver lawyer, retained by tho
miners on strike ai Nanaimo as counsel for defence, has boon committed
to stand his 1 rial on a Charge ol
picketing, by Magistrate Simpson.
W. A. Harbin, formerly editor ()f
the Grand Forks Gazette, died at
lhe Durrani sanitarium, Vancouver,
last week. Mr. Ilarkiu was also
connected with the Vancouver Province.
The worst storm in the history of
Hossland struck thai city on Sunday
evening nl six o'clock and lasted two
hours.
THERE IS I DIFFERENCE BETWEEN
WILL OPEN HERE
BALDWIN   BROS,     PROMISE BIO
V\l DKV1LLF. SHOW TO OPEN
IN NOVEMBER.
Baldwin Bros., proprietors of the
Auditorium, have recently entered
into a eon trad with the Provincial
circuit, n new vaudeville circuit, lor
the appearance ol their shows in
Cranbrook. The new circuit will
start here in November, the dale not
having yet been decided. On the
ipenlng of the new Provincial theatre
in Saskatoon, the Saskatoon Star
has the following lo offer auent lhe
new shows:
A record crowd filled the new
Provincial theatre last night for both!
shows to witness the opening in Saskatoon of the big Provincial circuit,
which is opening this momMi all over
Western Canada, and which is a!
distinct' addition lo tbe entertainment of tho people of Western Canada during the coming winter season. I
"Spick ami span, with new lighting devices,   fresh  paint am) interior
Promises won't overcome hair
trouble. The manufacturers of Newbro's Herpicide promise nothing
which is not justified by an intelligent use of this preparation. The
desired end ultimately becomes an
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Hy keeping lhe scalp clean and
healthy and destroying the dandrufT,
Newbro's Herpicide makes beautiful
hair. Herpicide prevents the hair
(rom fatting ami allows it to grow
unhindered and naturally except     in
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cases of chronic haidness which is
incurable.
Newbro's Herpicide in 50c, and
$1.00 sizes is sold by all dealers who
guarantee it to do all that is claimed. If you nre not satislied your
money will be refunded.
Send 10c. in postage for sample
and book to The Herpicide Co.,
Dent. R., Detroit, Mich.
Applications obtained at the best
barber sho;is.
Beattie-Murphy Co,, Ltd., Special
Agents.
decorations, which haw cost the circuit thousands of dollars, the new
Provincial house is the theatre de
luxe of Saskatoon.
"Nothing was left to be desired In
lhe bill which was presented last
night. From tbe opening overture
until the last lum oi thc comedy reel
which closed the show, nothing but a
round "( entertainment presented itself.
'■The Provincial circuit presented
whal is au , unusual thing in vaudeville, a hill of headliners. Kach act
was so easily in a class by itself
thai it is impossible to pick out tho
leader."
Besides Ihe above large attraction
which will show here two nights
each week the Auditorium has hooked some of the largest attractions on
ihe road and will offer a Very superior ami rate programme of entertainments at the Auditorium, especially
during the winter mouths. They have
bookings for a year ahead.
PRINCE FOR OTTAWA POST
London, Sept. 30.—The court correspondent of lhe Daily Sketch says:
"I can confirm, on very high authority, the statement made lately,
that Prince Arthur of Connaught will
ultimately succeed his father as governor-general of Canada. This Is one
of tbe reasons for his marriage being
hurried forward, since it was made
a condition when the appointment
was first' offered him, that he must
be married lief ore he look it over."
CHURCH COLUMN
CATHOLIC CHURCH.
Sundays—Low   mass at 8.30 a.m
high mass, 10.30 a.m.; Sunday school
from 2 to 3 p.m.; Rosary and Benediction at 7.30 p.m.
Mondays and holy days of obligation—Mass at 8 a.m.
Week days—Mass ot 6 a.m. at the
hospital.
P. Plamondon, O.M.L
» ■*-	
KNOX DRKSDVTKIUAN CHURCH.
Pastor, W. K. Thomson.
Morning service, 11 a.m. Subject:
"Killing lhe Spirit."
Anthem by choir.
S. S. and Bible class, 3 p.m.
Evening service, 7.30 p.m. Subject:
"Templation."
Anthem by choir.
Everybody welcome.    Come.
TOWN TOPICS
Uev, O. K. Kendall relieved an embarrassing situation f<>r (wo young
people last Monday morning when ho
united iu marriage Mr. Carl Carlson
ami Miss Emma Anderson, recently
from Sweden, and en route to Spokane. Mr, Carlson is a naturalized
Canadian and recently visited the
old country lo claim the sweetheart
of his boyhood. He found on his
arrival there thai he would have to
reside ihere a year before he could
Ih* married according to the laws of
lhat country. Rather than wait a
year the young couple decided to go
to Spokane, whore tbey have friends
and he married there. However,
when tbey attempted lo cross the
line nt Kingsgate they were told
they would have to produce a marriage certificate before they would be
alllowed across. They returned to
Cranhrook on Saturday and as Mr.
Carlson was a Seventh Day Adven-
tist he refused to take out his License
on that day. They remained here
until Monday when the happy event
was consummated at the Baptist
parsonage and the young couple proceeded on their way.
METHODIST CHURCH.
Uev. W. Elson Dunham, pastor.
Sunday services: Uev. .los. Philp,
M.A., D.D., former president of
London conference, will preach at H
a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Special numbers
will lie rendered by the choir at
both services.
Onward Bible class al 3 p.m.
A hearty invitation is extended to
all to attend the above services.
BAPTIST CHURCH.
Rev. O, E. Kendall, pastor.
Morniii worship, 11.00. Subject:
■The Man wilh the Wedding Garment."
Sunday school ami Bible class, 3.00
p m.
Evening, worship, 7.30k. Subject:
"Rewards f or Conquerors, or the
Acme of Honor."
A cordial invitation is extended   to
MARRIED
OeorgO Albert Morrison, n C.P.R.
engineer, and May Clara Campling,
both of this city, were married by
Uev. E. P. Klewelling at Cbnist
church on Wednesday evening at 7
o'clock. They will reside in the
city.
Ormic McColl, a C.P.R. engineer,
who is better known under the name
of Pat Nead, and Miss Clara C.
Whitehead, of Moyie, were married
hy Rev. Father Plamondon at the
Catholic rectory on Monday, September 21th, 1013, al high noon.
Da/il Dulkoi ami Marin Bydmario-
ska were united in marriage by Uev.
Cat her Plamondon at the rectory on
Saturday, September 27th, 1013.
Tliey will reside ai Rampart.
PRISDNJFORM
EX - CONVICT    WILL TALK     TO
PEOPLE OE CU'ANDKOOK AT
AUDITORIUM.
W. F. Hassell, an ex-convict recently released from lhe penitentiary at
Salem, Oregon, has managed to secure two reels of pictures, dealing
with his experiences behind the walls
of the prison. Instead .of returning
lo the practice of law, which is his
profession, he is devoting his life to
prison reform work. His picture
entitled, "Men Who Dare," deals
with one of the greatest questions of
tlie day.
In a pleasing voice and most convincing manner Hassell lectures from
Ihe stage as his picture is unreeled
before the audience, causing men and
women to audibly express their sympathy.—Oregonian.
One of lhe. sensations of Portland,
Oregon, was Hasscll's lecture on the
Honor System of the Oregon Penitentiary as introduced by Governor
Oswald West, of Oregon, which he
asserts he will show here Saturday.
The singing of Miss Marguerite
Matthews that well known soprano
of Gloucester, England, will be heard
after Mr. Hasscll's lecture.
NEW POULTRY HOUSES
That an increased interest Is being
taken in poultry is evidenred by several new bouses erected this season,
R. T. Williams, of the Reliable
Poultry ranch, has constructed a fine
building capable of holding a large
(lock of layers.
W. .1. Atchison has one in course
of const ruction, also of large dimensions, which will give that ranch
room for several hundred birds.
John Cholditeh is doubling his accommodation for his favorites, ihe
Campines, having now two very neat
buildings on his lot.
Th,* St. Eugene hospital has erected a new poultry house capable of
comfort ably housing nearly a hundred birds lhat is well built and
bandy to work in.
T. Christian has worked out a now
Idea iu poultry bouse plans that it
wilt lie Interesting to follow. Concerning tbis last we expect lo have
more lo say later, as white the
llrse four are all on already well-
tried lines, this is something we
have not yet seen tried out and hope
lo learn something from the exueri-
inent.
Hon. George E. Foster on Ids return from Japan, where be did nothing bul enjoy a splendid trip at the
country's expense, gave out some
interesting interviews. Hon. Mr. Foster, us minister of trade and commerce, stated that many of the
people in Japan were so poor that
they could not afford to cat even tho
rice they grew. Therefore, said
Hon. Mr. Foster, minister ol trade
and commerce, there should be a
great opening for Canadian wheat
and Hour in Japan, lo supply food
for these people who could not afford
to eat Iheir own rice. The cares of
office as Canada's general travelling
agent must, says an exchange, be I
playing si range tricks with Hon. Mr.
Foster's once logical braiu.—Regina
Lender.
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Rich in timber, mineral and ag
ricultural resources, the Duncan
River and Ilowser Lake districts,
the development of which bas lieen
retarded tor many years by the lack
of cheap and. expeditious means of
transportation, may in the not distant future lie opened up Improvements to thc Duncan river,
which would make that stream navigable from Kootenay lake. It. l*\
Green, M.P;, for Kootenay, is Interesting himself in the question, and
as a result ■'. P. Forde, of Revel-
stoke, resident federal public works
engineer for Kootenay, will visit the
district for the. purpose of reporting
upon llie desirability of making tht
waterway navigable from Ihe main
lake to Ilowser lake.
J. M. Swaine, otomoTogisl of the
Canadian Conservation commission
has been engaged for some time past
in making a study of economic insect
pests in British Columbia. He has
been working in conjunction with the
forest branch of this province. It Is
understood that he has discovered up
lo date several new species of dangerous forest insects, one of which
preys to a large extent on the larch
wood of the province. In such
thickly timbered, country a"s Hritish
Columbia H is doubtful if measures for
lire destruction of these insects, or
the mitigation of tlie harm they achieve, could ho accomplished without
unwarranted expense.
CRANHROOK, LAND DTSTMCT,
District of South East  Kootenay,
TAKE NOTICE that Joseph
lllake, of Wasa, B.O., occupation
Farmer, Intends to apply for permission to purchase lhe following described lands:
Commencing at a posl planted it)
chains east of the south east corner
of Lot Unit, thence east mi chains,
thence south 20 chains, thence west
Ml chains, theme north 20 chains to
place of commencement, containing
Hilt acres, more or less.
Joseph lllake,
per James W. lllake, .Agent.
Daled September 21th, l!U8.    -lO-llt
KAST    KOOTENAY     LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Cranbrook.
TAKE NOTICE that Thomas S.
dill, of Cranbrook, B. C, occupation
Locomotive Engineer, intends lo apply for permission to purchase th*
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
Cold Creek about 3| miles east. of
the southeast corner of Lot 11205,
tionco east 8(1 chains, thenee south
■10 chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence north 40 chains lo place of
commencement.
Thomas S. OUL
Dated September 6th, una.    87-10
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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE AMD 600,
THE TRINITY UNO SATAN
Kditor Herald:
Dear Sir: Thc subjects [tinning tho
caption ot this letter are vitally associated with the Christian religion,
uiul it is not uncharitable to say
that any system that does not
square with the Bible in its explanation of these may be condemned ns
spurious. Christian Science would
have us believe God has no personality, He may have individuality, but
not personality. He is prinaiple,
mind and nothing else and us principle lie pervades fhe universe. The
proposition "(mid is all
in all," is forced
lo iis ultimata tiroaniug ami excludes
all else (mm t.be universe but God.
it overlooks Hie uds of personality
by which dm! expresses Himself. To
ihe Christian Scientist God is every
thing, mini, nature, oto., etc. This
idea, eiiiisisteiiily with llself, denies
Ihe OhBQtion of matter and nil material existence. Again we shall
liennlt tbe tout bonks of tills system
lo speak fair themselves. Rudimentary Science, paw s: "in Christian
Science we learn that God is definitely individual and not personal."
Again on tlw same page: "An Individual rather than a personal
(toil." Again, page 11: "Hy the individuality of God, do you mean
that God has Unite form? No, I
mean the inllnile and divine principle."
Science and Heal tit-
Page lilii. Index: "God as principle,
not person, saves man."
Page 12: "God and nature are
one."
Page 226: "God is Spirit and
Spirit is divine Principle. Principle Is
divine Mind—God is Mind—and there
is but one mind."
Page 017. Index: "God is Impersonal Heing." It would exhaust the
hook to take up all thc statements
describing the Impersonality of God
The God of Christian Science is
clearly Pantheistic notwithstanding
tlie effort of its expounder to avoid
that conclusion. The theory ol divine principle excluding personality
leaves us no alternative. This theory
denies man an individual soul or
mind, for all mind and soul are God,
there nping only one mind and one
soul. To the average thinker the
faculties of thinking, knowing, speaking, feeling, acting or doing arc expressions of personality. By its
own statements Christian Science
says God has no personality. It is
only necessary for the reader to consult thc first, chapter of Genesis to
sec that God produces all thc characteristics of personality.
Christian Science and the Trinity-
Page 152: "The theory of three
persons in one God (that Is, a personal Trinity or Tri-unity) suggests
heathen gods rattier than the one
everpresent "I AM." Evidently this
is a denial of tbo Trinity. Moreover tlie pantheistic idea of God
excludes tbe possibility of trinity.
.Space forbids thc expansion of this
subject bul, positive Biblical examples should put the matter to
rest.
I.uke 1:35. ln the announcement
of the incarnation of Christ there are
mentioned the Fattier, Son and
Spirit. .John 16:15. All things
that the Father hath arc mine,
therefore, I said, that be (the
spirin shall take of mine nnd shall
show It unto you. Matthew .1:111, 17:
Thc Baptism of Jivaus displays, the
Fattier speaking, the Spirit descending, tlte Son being baptized. If the
leader desires to expand these passages he will llnd the Trinity
sists ol distinct persons, eai-h
which manifests separately all
characteristics ol personality,
ns Christian Science says,
theory of the Trinity suggests heathen gods," It will be well lo remember nevertheless thut the Bible, which
Christian Science assumes to explain,
upholds that theory.
Christian Srlenee and Satan—
Page Kl. "Another illusive pnrsOnl-
lleation named Satan."
Pago 575. Glossary: "DtrHI; evil; a
lie; error, neither corporeality nor
mind, the opposite ol Truth; belief in
sin, sickness, und death; iaium.it magnetism; the lust ol the flush, which
sailh, "I am lile and Intelligence in
matter," etc This description of
Satan denies him personality or even
existence. Bevll Is merely evil with
tlie d lefl oil. Tills is fully consistent with thc proposition "God is
nil in all," therefore there Is no
loom for another being that Is opposite to God. Will Hr reader kindly open his Bible to tlie fourth chapter of Matthew. Tire dialogue between .lesus ami Satan places us In
absolute opposition to the idea of
Christian Science that lesus In his
temptation was merely beset with
the errors, evils of jnortal mind, etc.
Here are two personalities in conversation. How shall we deny one
without denying thc other? With
your permission, Mr. Editor, I shall
state my conclusions In the next letter.
o. E, 'Kendall.
Sale of Lands for Unpaid Delinquent Taxes in the Fort
Steele Assessment District, Province of
British Columbia
I hereby give notice that, on Saturday, thc llth day ol October, A. p., 1913, at the hour ol ten o'clock
fn thc forenoon, at the Court-house, Cranhrook, B.C., I shall offer for tale at public auction tbe lands in thc
list hereinafter set out, of thc persons in thc said list hereinafter set out for delinquent taxes unpaid hv
the said persons on the .list December, A.D. 1912, and for interest, costs, and expenses, including the cost ol
advertising said   sale, if the total amount is not sooner paid. '
THE LIST ABOVE MENTIONED
NAME OF PERSON   ASSESSED
count
the
If,
"The
SHORT DESCRIPTION OF
PROPERTY.
ill
The bill, already passed by the
house admitting free ol duty all foreign goods for exhibit at tho Panama-Pacific exposition in San Fran.
Cisco in IMS, has been passed by
the ll. S- senate.
Brown, William F Subdivisions 8 and  111>I Lot
■1589,   Group  One,   Kootenay
District, 202 acres    t 25.20
Oldland, Harry  Subdivision  17 ol    Lot 4589,
Group One, Kootenay District,
578.82 acres     52,00
I'ugh and Livingston Subdivision    22 of  Lot 1588,
Group One, Kootenay District,
320 acres         88.00
Brown, William F IWbdivislon 29   of    Lot 1589,
Group One, Kootenay District,
1205 acres    72.00
Downs, F., and Hoover Estate Subdivision 31   of   Lot 1589,
Group One, Kootenay District,
227 acres      5.15
Leacey, William C Subdivision   31  of Lot   1589,
Group One, Kootenay District,
308.12 acres       12.21
Ruh, Herman Subdivision   10   of Lot 1589,
Group One, Kootenay District,
160 acres     11,20
Gorrle, Thomas Subdivision 11    of  Lot 1589,
Group One, Kootenay District,
160 acres      8.00
Douglas, F. O    Subdivision    0   ol Lot 1590,
Group One, Kootenay District,
100 acres    17.60
Douglas, F.C., and Chapman, C. A... Subdivision 13 of Lot 1590,
Group One, Kootenay District,
210 acres    32.110
Henderson, George E Subdivision   18   of   Lot 1590,
Group One, Koctenay District,
I; I I ] j 451.45 acres  108.80
Townscnd, .1. F Subdivision 19    ol Lot  1590,
Group One, Kootenay District,
160 acres      8.10
Leask, George R Subdivision   15   of   Lot 1591,
Group One, Kootenay District,
639.92 acres      30.00
Leask, George R Subdivision   16   of Lot   1591,
Group One, Kootenay District,
320.24 acres     16.00
Burton, 1). A., and Harris, 0. K Subdivision   19    of Lot 1591,
Group One, Kootenay District,
1010.25 acres   195.60
Hilton, Charles Subdivision 1   ol   Lot   1592,
Group One, Kootenay District,
7.98 acres      1.00
Laidlaw, .las. T Subdivision  57 ol   Lot  1592,
Group Oae, Kootenay District,
155.20 acres    21.00
Pugh and Livingston and the Colum-Subdivisions 2, 5 to 11, Lot
bia tc Kootenay Railway & Nav-357, Group One, Kootenay
igation Company  District, 1575 acres      392.80
Pugh aud Livingston and the Colum-Subdivisions 3, 6, 11, 12 and
bia tc Kootenay Railway tc N'av-13, Lot 360, Group One, Koo-
igation Company tenay District, 800  acres   .... 201.80
Pugh and Livingston and the Colum-Subdivisions 1 and 5 ot Lot
bia & Kootenay Railway ,v Nav-380, Group Oae, Kootenay
igation Company Dislrict, 320 acres     51.20
Bardsley, George T Subdivisions   7 and   8 ol Lot
360, Group   One,   Kootenay
District, 322.21 acres      8.M
Pugh and Livingston and the Columbia tc Kootenay Railway .V Nav- , ;
igation Company Subdivisions   10, 11 and 16 ol
Lot 360,   Group   One, Kootenay District, 480 acres   179.20
Pugh and Livingston and the Columbia St Kootenay Railway ,v Navigation Company  Subdivisions   1 and 8  ol Lot
361, Group    One,    Kootatnay
District, 325 acres    11.10
lloclzel, Mrs. F., and Pugh and Livingston  .Subdivisions    2 to  7 ol   Lot
361, Group     One,    Kootenay
District, 960 acres   159.10
PiiRh and Livingston and the Columbia tc Kootenay Railway tc Navigation Company Subdivision   I)   ol   Lot   361,
Group One, Kootenay District,
180 acres     51.20
Chalterton, Mrs. T Subdivisions 10, 11 and 11 ot
I.ot 361,   Group  One, Kootenay District, 180 acres    .., ...   25.00
Pugh anil Livingston and the Columns A- Kootenay Railway tc Navigation Company Subdivisions 12 and 18 ol Lot
801,   Group   One,   Kootenay
District, 320 acres     71.80
I'ugh and Livingston and the Columbia A Kootenay Railway & Navigation Company  Subdivision    16    ol liot 361,
Group One, Kootenay District,
160 acres ,.    20.80
Scliram, Roy  Subdivision 7  ot     Lot  351,
Group One, Kootenay District,
160 acres    18.20
Cook, C. W Subdivision 11    ol    Lot 851,
Group One, Kootenay District,
160 acres     84.00
Hainlileton, John Subd vision   12    ol   Lot 954,
Group One, Kootenay District,
160 acres    64.00
Dahl, Joseph Subdivision    1    ol Lot  955,
Group One, Kootenay District,
100 acres    M.00
Downs, V., and nines, J. II Subdivision    5 ol    Lot 358,
Group One, Kootenay District,
160 acres     30.10
Kelly, David I.., Estate ol  Subdivisions 12 to 14 ol Lot
355,   Group  Ose,    Kootenay
District, 480 sens    W.M
DELINQUENT TAXES
\u
g"
9 1.56      I 2.011      (28.76
5.11
3.60
4..U
8.70
.17
2.10
1.28
31.12
16.38
1.95
12.29
4.10
2.00
1.05
3.20
3.20
2.29
2.00
2.00
2.00
75.11
77.00
7.40
53.91
2.00
2.00      119.50
31.10
19.28
1.00      213.25
2.00
2.00
27.20
1.00     128.22
2.00      223.18
57.30
2.00      195.53
68.75
2.00      167.89
2.00       57.90
2.00       29.00
2.00       84.95
2.00       23.85
2.00
2.00       69.20
69.10
2.00       60.20
NAME   OF PERSON ASSESSED
SHORT DESCRIPTION OF
PROPERTY.
DELINQUENT TAXES
Is
SSI
aaJtU     -     -
40.29
Ross Saskatoon Lumber Co., Ltd.
Ross Saskatoon Lumber Co., Ltd.
Ross Saskatoon Lumber Co., Ltd. .
Pugh and Livingston .
I'ugh and Livingston
11.00
Kelly, David L., Estate ol Subdivisions   3 to 6 and 11 to
14, Lot 356, Oroup One, Kootenay District, 1280 acres   ... 153.60
Kelly, David L., Estate ol  The   cast   holt   of  Lot  358,
Group One, Kootenay District,
1280 acres   153.60
l'uBb and Livingston  Subdivision   1    ol   Lot  358,
(iroup One, Kootenay District,
206.15 acres     57.20
Kelly, David I„, Estate of  Subdivision    l ol     Lot 359,
Group One, Kootenay District,
HiO acres     19.20
Pugh aud Livingston Subdivisions 5, 6, 11 t0 16 ol
Lot 359, Group One, Kootenay
District,  1280 acres       384.00
Pugh and Livingston Subdivisions   7 aud 8 ol Lot
358,   Group    One,   Kootenay
District, 820 acres     16.00
Piifcb and Livingston Lot 639K, Group  One, Kootenay District, 153 acres       8.00
Pugh and Livingston  Lot 6410, Group   One, Kootenay District, 41 acres    ,     1.50
Broadwood, L Lot 133, Oroup   One, Koote-
h.iy District, 250 acres     13.50
Lot 1110, Group   One, Kootenay District, 126 acres      6.00
Lot 4111,   Group One, Kootenay District, 17 acres  ,    3,00
Lot 6261, Group   One, Kootenay District, 273 acres       18.00
Pugh and Livingston  Lot 7785,   Group One, Kootenay District, 320 acres      8.00
Dilse, Mrs. Jessie and Elslone John.. Lot 121,   Group   One, Kootenay Dislrict, 360 acres       1,00
Ross Saskatoon Lumber Co., Ltd. ...Lot 2211, Group   One, Kootenay District, 359 acres        66.00
Lamb, Charles Lot .1370, Group  One, Kootenay District, 161 acres     16-00
Subdivision    lu of   Lot 319,
Group One, Koolcnay District,
160 acres    33.00
Subdivision   5.   ol  Lot   320,
Group Oae, Kootenay District,
300 acres       9.60
Frost, W. M Subdivisions 12 to 11, ol Lot
321,    Group   One,   Kootenay
District, 168.7 acres     20.00
Gibbons, James I, Lot 6122,   Group One, Kootenay District, 211 acres      5.00
Gill, M. J Lot 8711,   Group one, Kootenny District, 160 acres      8.00
Macdonald, Samuel  Lot 5268, Group   One, Kootenay District, 39.6 acres     8.00
Carrier, Frank  Lot   10100, Group   One, Koo-
ntty District, 119.28 acres   ....     3.00
Passmore, George A Lot 8113, Group   one, Kootenay District, 17 acres       8.00
Palziel, Thomas  Lot 7226, Group   One, Kootenay District, 18 acres       2.50
Manners, Charles  Lot 8753,   Group one, Kootenay District, 226.12 acres     11.00
McClure, II. K Lot 7317,   Group One, Kootenay District, 88 acres    13.00
McClure, H. H Lot 8911. Group Oae, Kootenay District, 160 acres     19.00
Nadeau, Oliver Lot 8916, Group   One, Kootenay District, 168.88 acres ... .     4.50
Jollilte, Alfred I.ot 6137, Group   Oae, Kootenay District, 163 acres  -.     7.00
Arnold, George Lot 677,   Group   One, Kootenay District, 320 acres.      I.M
Thomas, Alpbcus E Lot 7663, Group   One, Kootenay District, 210 acres     25,00       39.-M
Weber, Petes J Lot 7032, Group   One, Kootenay District, 18.91 acres       4.80
Douglas, George  Lot 5806,   Group One, Kootenay District, 160 acres     10.00
Douglas, George Lot 7018, Group   One, Kootenay District, 165 acres       9.00
Curtis, A. L Subdivision   2    of Lot   314,
Group One, Kootenay District,
160 acres    84.00
Becker, O. E. A Subdivision   16 of    Lot 314,
Group One, Kootenay District,
160 acres ...   04.00
Fournier, John Lot 1900, Group   One, Kootenay Distriot, 210 acres    18.00
Fournier, John Lot 3055,   Group One, Kootenay District, 160 acres    30.00
McDonald, A. A Lot 29(70,   Group One, Kootenay District, 317 acres     10.00
McBean, Alexander and Jarvis, J. ...Lot 3010, Group   One, Kootenay District, 160 acres    32.00
McDonald, Alexander  Lot 3063, Group   Oae, Kootenay District, 320 acres     24.00
Douglas, F. C Lot 3008, Group   One, Koote-
 nay District, 320 acres       20.00
Douglas, W. W Lot 1821,   Group One, Kootenay District, 160 acres     13.00
Douglas, F. C Lot 1825,   Group One, Kootas-
iiay District, 10 acres      3.25
Douglas, W. W Lot 6671, Group   One, Koote-
nay District, 315 acres     29.00
Arnold, Elizabeth '-ot 6201,   Group One, Kootenay District, 77 acres      9.50
Hembury, 0. R Subdivisions   5 and   6 ol Lot
311,    Group   One,   Kootenay
District, 320 acres    01.00
Von Girsewald, Baron A Subdivision    9   ol   Lot 311, ^^^
Group Oui', Kootenay District,
100 acres    44.80
Hembury, 0, R Subdivision Hi   ol    Lot   311,
Group One, Kootenay District,
160 acres     32.00
Hembury, C. R Subdivisions 3   to 6 and 11 ol \'\
I.ot 312, Group    One, Kootenay District, 800 acres   100.00
Ferguson, J. A Lot 2320, Group   One, Kootenay District, 110 acres     23.20
Black, Alexander and Hosmer Lumber Company, LM l-ot 363,   Group   Oae, Kootenay District, 2090 acres     150.00      67.40
Swe, Anton Lot 6251,   Group One, Kootenay District, 221 acres       12.50
Wardrop,   W. and   Sparwood Lum- '
ber Company. Ltd Lot 6666, Group   One, Kootenay District, 80 acres      800
Wilson   Creek   Lumber   Company,       c I
l,lmlt«d  I.ot 7781, Group   One, Koote- 	
nay District, 75 acres       9.00
Fisher, George 'ot 8529i Oroup   One, Koote- I
nny District, 160 acres     10.50
Macdonell,   Jamss   A.,    Gzowski,
Casimlr, Foss, George O Lot 4141, Oroup   One, Koote-
nay District, 320 acres     12.50        3.13
Hembury, C.R. aad Stringer, H. A...Subdivlslon   3    of    U>t 311,
Group One, Kootenay District,
160 acres    <«.80
Robertson, J. N Subdivisions 7 and 8, IM 310.
Group One, Kootenay District,
320 acres ■.   I'-10
5.50
. , *t
7.84
2250
7.88
7.89
4.57
2.5*
3.49
2.21
1.80
2.00
2.00
3      i
o
H     -
2.00      163.28
2.00      188.29
63.77
.96
2.00
22.16
90.72
2.00
116.72
1.39
9.00
19.28
.25
1.00
7.25
.09
i.oo
3.59
.62
2.00
16.12
,41
2.00
8.18
.25
1.00
5.25
1.99
1.00
19.29
.10
1.00
10.40
.44
3.00
11.43
5.28
i.OO
73.39
.80
1.00
16.80
2.00        MM
.43
2.IM
12.08
1.70
2.00
97.70
.25
2.00
7.25
.64
2.00
10.64
.40
2.00
10.40
.15
2.00
5.15
.64
3.00
10.64
.13
200
4.63
.70
2.00
16.70
1.19
i.OO
16.13
1.91
9.00
22.91
.91
i.OO
8.82
.99
1.00
9.95
.4*
1.00
10.10
9.04
I.M
99.00
.34
I.M
7.01
.90
9.00
11.90
.64
1,00
10.94
1.00       74.99
4.(0
9.49
i.OO
75.08
10.M
1.11
2.00
92.19
11.79
407
I.M
57.81
.50
2.M
12.40
Lit.
i.M
2.M
99.91
1.21
I.M
29.29
1.(0
i.M
23.60
.94
2.M
19.(9
.24
I.M
9.49
1.(4
1.00
29.99
.13
I.M
4.(9
(9.20
49.04
I.M        34.(0
100
IM
170.00
1.71
I.M
!(.((
14.39
i.M
134.(8
.99
I.M
15.43
.40
2.M
10.40
.40
2.00
10.40
.93
i.M
13.43
.11
t.M
19.41
1.33
i.OO
47.37
179
1.00
11.74 TAX   OKANJIUOOK   HERALD
NAME OF   PERSON
ASSESSED   SHORT DESCRIPTION OI
PROPERTY.
DELINQUENT TAXES
Hembury, C. R.
..Subdivision    1   ol    Lot 310,
a-  a t
it1
a
V)     U    *
ft « is
I 2~o
1    M
.CaUOtflvlSlun      i     III      i'«"  ua»,
Group One, Kootenay District,
160 acres     61.00
Subdivisions 10, 11, 11, 15, of
Lot 311, Group One, Kootenay District, 010 acres     32.00
Lot 4013, Group One, Kootenay Dislrict, 160 acres     18.00
.Lot S1U8, Group One, Kootenay District, 80 acres       6.00
. Lots 051, 655 and. 058, Group
One, Kootenay    District,   821
n0CCB  ,    78.70
.Lot 708, Group One, Kootenny District, 212 acres    18.10
„,, .„„„„,  Lot 9397, (Inilip   One, KootO-
nay Dlstrlot, 318 acres     10.00
Iiiriih, ll, K Lot 20-1,   Group   One, Kootenay District, 1215 acres     611.110
East 115   acres   ol Lot 0018,
Group One,    Kootenay District   7.25
Lot 8103,   Group One, Kootenay District, 251 acres         70.00
•Subdivision !1 ol Lot 336,
Group One, Kootenay District,
HiO acres      16.00
.Subdivision 11 ol Lot 335,
Group One, Kootenay District,
mil acres    32.00
Breckenridge, Annie   -l-oi 8118, Group   One, Kootenay Dislrict, 80 acres     21.110
Macdonell, Jus. A., Gzowski, Casl-
mir   and Fuss, lieorRC O Lot 2310, Group    One, Kootenai- District, 022 acres     20.00
Miii-ili.nell, .las.  A.,  ll/.ouski, Cnsl-
iiaii, ami Fuss, George o Lot 2212,   Group   One, Koai-
teliay District, 110 acres      12.50
Ncueliilorp, Henry  Subdivision 10   of    Lot   351,
Group One, 'Kootenay District,
210,13 acres     43.20
N. A. WALLINGER
Deputy Assessor
Fort Steele
Tlsdale, G. E	
Laldlaw, J. E. II	
Taylor, Lyman J	
Myers, -las. A. and R. C. ..
Myers, .las. A. and R. C. ..
Mi-Calliini, .1. (I. .
Nelson, Williaii
Graily, J, J, .
Paivanl, I). M
Kent, John G.
1.80         3.11 2.00 71.21
111.20          2.511 2.00 55.70
3.70         2.58 2.00 511.28
.30 2.00 8.3(1
6.18 2.00 86.88
1.32 2.00 21.12
.80 2.011 18.80
3.110 2.00 65.00
.35 2.00 0,00
3.50 2.00 75.511
.80 2.110 18.80
1.00 2.00 35.00
1.118 2.011 27.08
1.00 2.00 23.00
3.13.           .79 2.00 18.12
-2.111          2.00 17.36
and Collector
Assessment District.
News of the District
MOYIE
(Special correspondence),
Mr. Charles Martin, ol Wardner, arrived here yesterday to visit with
relatives tot a few (lays. Charlie
has accepted a position as manager
of the new hotel at Wanlner, which
will la* opened in a tew [lays time.
There were services in the Roman
Catholic church here during the week,
as a nephew of Mrs. Desounf, -who is
a priest, was spending a few days in
lown, visiting his aunt.
Mr. Kwing went to Cranhrook this
week lo see his wife, who has hern .in
the hospital for treatment fur some
lime. Mrs. Owing hns recovered
sufficiently lo return home.
Mr, (!eo. Powell, agcnl for lhe
Singer Sewing mncliino company,
Cranhrook, was here on- Thursday doing business.
Mrs. Johnson, of the Movie hole],
was seriously ill this week hut is
now rapidly recovering.
Mrs. Conrad was taken very III on
Wednesday iti gill with heart trouble,
but we arb pleased to report has recovered her usual health again.
The Ladies Altar Society of the
Roman Catholic church held ;l very
successful salo of ice cream in the
Kaiielf building on Saturday afternoon and evening. The treasury of
i lie society was considerably enriched
by tho proceeds, as all the ire cream
was disposed of to advantage. This
is lhe last sale ol this kjml to be
held Ihis year.
Mrs. Peterson returned on Monday
from Nelson, where, she bas spcnl
some time tor lhe benefit of her
bealMi. While absent Mrs, Peterson
spent some lime at the Halcyon Hot
Springs.
On Monday morning a quiet hut
pretty wedding was solemnized in
the Roman Catholic church at Craiir
brook, when Miss Clina Whilcheail.
one of Moyic'fl most popular young
Jadies was nni led in marriage lo
Mr. O. Wad. better known to his
friends as "Pnl." The young couple
left for Spokane, where they will
spend their honeymoon*, after which
they will make, llieir home in Cian
brook. Mr. Nead is au engineer in
tin* eroploj <>f the c.i'.H. Hint is W0]j
and favorably known in this dislrict.
Thai many years of happiness ma-,
be tin* loi of the young couple Is the
sincere wish or their many friends
here.
On Thursdaj lasl Mis null entertained a few of her friends at her
home oa Queen avenue, when a very
enjoyable evening was spent, playing
cards, elc. Refreshments were served and all report having had a very
good time.
Dr. Davis, of   Wardner, was    here
yesterday t,> attend to the injuries Of
Mr.   Browning,   who got badly cut
'•by a scythe.
Mr. Cameron, representing Thompson liros., dry goods merchants,
Vancouver, arrived here on Monday
on a business drip.
ildwell,   wbo is now travel-
Mr
Hug for Leckie's shoo   firm,, was here
this week doing business.
Mrs.'Wills went to Cranbrook on
Tuesday lo have her thumb treated.'
Some time ago Mis. Wills broke her'
tlnuuli and had part of il removed, I
but now if has become necessary lo
have another operation,
Mr. Drowning, provincial constable
of Ihis place, got his leg badly cut
wilh a scythe yesterday and hnd a
narrow escape from a more serious
accident, as the wound was very near
the knee joint, ll seems that Mr.
Browning had rowed down thc lake,
landed and taking the scythe placed
it in the boat, lie then pushed Ihe
boat off from the shore and in Jumping into the boat in some way came
in contact wilh the seytlv, whjjfli indicted a severe cut on his leg war
the knee joint. lie managed to get
home, when a doctor was immediately summoned. Mrs. Marl in,
who has had considerable experience
in nursing wax also on tin1 .spot and
in a short time the wound v.-as dressed and all danger past, although
Mr. Drowning will lie confined to the
house for some time vol. Mrs.
Martin is taking charge of the case,
as Mr. Browning is alone, Mrs.
Drowning having just left for the
coast.
A meeting of tlie ratepayers of the
Movie school district was held in
llie school house on Monday night for
the purpose of electing two new
school trustees. This has become necessary owing In the fact that Mr.
.1. P. Farrell and Mr. R. A. Smith
have resigned Iheir positions on the
school board. Xo husiness was accomplished, however, as tlie secretary was nol present and there was
a very small attendance of tlie
ratepayers. Another meeting will
lie called for Friday night.
Mrs. Drowning left for Vancouver
on Monday where she will spend a
lime visiting relatives.
Mr. I lull, who is an old resident
of (his place, has accepted a position
at Kimberley for the winter and left
for there this week. Mrs. I hilt expects lo leave nexl week. Mr. and
Mrs. Hull will be much missed by a
large circle of friends here, who
much rcgrel their departure.
The- community received ft great
shock on Sunday evening wheo it Was
learned that Mrs. Fred Ash had died
suddenly of heart failure. Deceased
was- prominent in W.C.T.U. circles
and a member of the Methodist
church, She leaves a husband and
young daughter
-f-
FORT STEELE
1 t-i
Mrs. I.. I., l.angin, who was called
home owing to her mother's serious
illness, arrived 0n Sunday.
Mrs. (I. A. Staples relumed to
her home in Nelson after spending
two weeks wilh her parents', Mr. and
Mis. .1   Tannhauser.
CRESTON
A man acting in a peculiar manner
wns seen al Kootenay Landing a
week ngo. Provincial Constable
Foiresler was sen! for and wenl.
down to Investigate. He tracked
him through lhe sloughs to the high
grounds', bill was unable lo catch
sigh! of him. When first noticed at
(he Landing the man was wading
through water four feet deep and
picking up refuse thrown overboard
by Hr- Canadian Pacilic steamers.
When some of the men tried to get
into conversation with him he made
off through the large slough over a
mile wide and disappeared jn lhe Umber, Nothing more was seen or
heard of him until Saturday night,
when he showed up at Duck Creek.
Constable Forrester went down hy
auto and brought him to Creslon. lip
gives his name as Chris. Peterson,
hut is unable to give an account af
his actions or where he came from.
Today he came before Guy I.owen-
herg, J,P., and was committed 10
Nelson jail for   medical examination.
Angus Currie, the Creston rancher,
who was seriously injured by his
horse backing over an emhanVment,
is progressing favorably.
Bocn-On Roptombcr 28th, 1013,'to
lhe wife of Kdwnrd Payne, a daughter.
ELKO
(Hy Fred Roo).
W. WMinot. pre-emption inspector of
the lands department, came into Klko
from the Hold Creek section looking
as if he had n load on his mind
big as a prairie subdivision, suffering
with a vc«7 severe cold, caused by
sleeping under weeping willows, and
spoke as if his words were diamonds
and thc supply was short. He left
on th? west local for Cranhrook to
consult with Doc Rutledge, the celebrated veterinary surgeon.
A tobacco traveller who could not
tell a gold nugget from a yellow
pumpkin and his ignorance regarding
some retailers was pathetic, and he
vamoosed, skedaddled on the first
train, leaving the old historic burg
looking as if he just passed' through
the steam room of a Russian bath
house.
A lady book peddlar, whose looks
would make her dead safe from being
kidnapped in any man's country,
came .selling historical romances
thai would make a horse laugh and
break up school for weeks'.
Superintendent of the M,, F, and
M. railway, llert Black, aud lib
brother, of Fernie, a hard pair to
beat, are going up, the south fork for
u big game hunt.
Mr. Grosso with patent leathers
and elephant shoe strings, a fine fellow, but too late for business this
fall, dropped into Klko this week,
-lini Cox, with his celebrated
(atch-eiiHill fishing tackle, wearing n
smile the width nf a landing net,
nml is as s-piare n plow of furniture
as ever came out of a fuctory. He
makes lhe spoon-fed travellers look
like stage villlans and always delivers the goods.
A pumpkin peddlar from Spokane,
as humble and home-sick as a sheep-
herder ou a cow ranch, paid Klko a
visit Ihis week.
Mr. Mlddleton, of Calgary, president of tr>, (told Hinge Power company, and Mr. Willis, president of the
Amalgamated Can Opener company,
were, looking over Klko's undeveloped
water power and other natural resources,
Tlw rest of the travellers and
I rain junipers are still in Nelson.
Mrs. R. Joyce, Riverside Park, en-
terlained friends from Victoria,
Cranbrook and Fernie this weok' and
gave a driving party down to Fruit-
lands and spent the day fishing.
A lady down at Waldo heard that
peroxide of hydrogen was good f0r
mosquito bites and she decided to try
if. When -she got ready to retire f0r
the night' she turned on the light and
applied lhe remedy, as she supposed.
In the morning she discovered she
had used the bluing bottle by mistake.
A young   lady returning from    the
Nelson fail left her hat on the train.
A large, pretty piece ot headgear.
Conductor .lot* .lackson said it was
the first time he ever heard of a
lady leaving her hat on the train.
WINDERMERE
Tho Mountain Valley View ranch
house and .tourist 11111111", situated in
the valley ol Hie Horse Thief crock,
thirteen miles west of Wilmer, being
a valuable dwelling, owned by
Thomas Starbird, was destroy ill by
fire with all ils contents. It contatm-
ctl many trophies nl the chase nnd a
valuable 'collection ol outfits lor
mountaineering ami camping purposes. 'Ihere is very Utile insurance.
WALDO
(Special correspondence).
Rev. R. .1. Colquhouii, Anglican
minister of Klko, CO lid, uc ted service
here last Sunday morning. A tumor
is abroad that Mr. ColqullOUn will
leave this district soon. Those over
whom he has pastoral care should
endeavor to prevent, this if possible,
as Mr. Oolquhoun, with his rich intellectual gifts, and splendid preaching powers, would adorn the hest
pulpit iu British Columbia.
Colonel Pine is going to Knglnnd
soon. Ills daughter will complete
her education in   France this winter.
Much praise is due lo Constable
Collins, of Waldo, who fearlessly apprehended Bruno Cutri, who murdered Felice Zappia at Rampart. The
capture of Cutri was effected at
White fish, Montana. When face to
face with arrest thc fugitive reached
for his gun; but before lie could fire
Collins had pounced upon him aud
relieved him of the dangerous weapon. Waldo friends trust tliat bravery shall have ils reward.
Mr. II. II. Ross is still in Minneapolis 011 business.
Last week Mrs. McPherson and
Mrs. Hands hnd a very narrow escape from a severe accident. They
were driving up the lirst steep hill,
east of Baynes, on the way to Elko,
when thc horse got frightened at
band of Indian ponies*. It backed
over the idge of the hill and with
the buggy rolled to the bottom. Tho
ladies seeing the Imminent danger
jumped      and     escaped unhurt
Strangely enough,     the horse     also
was unhurt.
Mr. and   Mrs,  King have relatives
fioiu Die east paying them an
tended visit.
Mr. Fred Adolph visited his lumber
camp at Gateway on Monday.
Miss Fox, of Flagstone, stayed
last week-end with Mr. and Mrs, R.
V, Milne. „
A united picnic of the Waldo and
Baynes Presbyterian Sunday schools
was held last Saturday on lhe baseball grounds. The wcatlier was excellent and aboul one hundred and
fifty people, young and old, enjoyed
the outing. Sports were indulged in
hy the boys and girls until about
tl p.m., when lhe children were drivcn
bac'u home. Thanks are due to Mr
I). MeNab, Mr. II. Griffiths', Mr. .Toe
Ross, who lent their automobiles, and
to Mr. Radford, Mr. Mclntyrc, the
Ross-Saskatoon Lumber Co., who
gave teams, to convey the children
lo and from tlie grounds.
Miss Bertha A. Fox, ex-missionary
to India, lectured at both Presbyterian services last Sunday in Baynes
and Waldo. Large congregations
greeted her-at both services. Well
supplied with first-hand knowledge of
lhe conditions in India, she held her
audiences spcll-bouod while she talked. The collections were very generous, almost $110.00 were given.
From this splendid offering it will
be seen that the church is not losing
her grip on the two town*.
.Mrs. .loo W. Ross has recovered nl
most entirely from her recent sickness.
Father O'Neit, of Fernie, preached
here last Sunday.
Mr. Taylor has succeeded Mr. .Johnson as chauffeur to Mr. McVahn.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Griffiths have
gone down to Spokane.
Mr. .Chris, and Mr. Duncan Turner
have started a hog farm at the old
Klk mouth mill. Au author has
written an exceedingly funny hook
entitled "Pigs is Pigs." In this country "Pigs is Pigs" ns far ns their
price is concerned.
WATER NOTICE
N'oticc of Application for thc Approval of Works
Take Nol ice that Robert Hums Benedict will apply lo the Comptroller
of Water Rights for thc approval of
the plans of thc works to bo constructed for the utilization ot the Water from Joseph's Prairie Creek,
which thc applicant is, hy Water Licence No. 1513, authorized to take,
store, nnd use for irrigation pur-
Poses.
The plans and particulars required
by subsection (1) of section 70 of the
"Water Act" as amended have heen
filed wiith tlw Comptroller of Water
Rights at Victoria and with the
Water Recorder at Cranbrook.
Objections to the application may
he filed with the Comptroller of Water Riighis, Parliament Buildings, I
Victoria. ... I
Dated at Cranbrook, B.C., this 2Rth
day of August, 1013.
Thomas T. Mceredy,       I
ill! its. Agent (or the Applicant.
FRANK DEZALL
A|ii. ll i  for
IMTERHATIONAt HARVESTER CO.'S
MACHINERY, WAC0NS, ANO REPAIRS
BICYCLES FOR SUE
BICYCLES REPAIRED
CEHERAL I9LACKSMITHINC
Shat|t Maanaai Tall Itestllentsl '10
CRANBROOK, B.C.
MACHINERY_F0R SALE
I have the following machinery for
sale and in order to clear them out,
oiler them at the prices heliiw, which
are about one-fifth thc price that
new machinery would cost:
1 Chandler and Taylor firebox boiler, M"xlS" long. Pressure 80 llis.
lust II. 0. Inspection, 48 h.p. Price
loaded ou curs at MeNeillie, near
Creston, H.C, J175.O0.
1 Atlas Return tubular Imllcr,
56"xH' long. Pressure 80 His. last
11. 0, Inspection, 45 h.p. Price
loaded on cars at McNelllie, near
Creslon, H.C, 9175.00.
1 refitted Atlas automatic cut-oit
engine, U"xl0" stroke. Price ut
Cranhrook, B. C, 9200.00.
1 saw husk complete with top saw
frame and mandrels and saws and
20 leet extension shaft, 9250.00.
1 four saw edger with saws. Price
at Cranbrook, 9200.00.
1 Hoyt   planer  and matcher, 21
Price at Cranbrook, 9100.00.
Also a quantity ol sbaltlng, etc.
Apply to
THOS. W. LEASK
Elko. B. C.
WHEN ATTHE FAIR
Take time to call at tlio
FALL TERM NOW OPEN
punlnesn Col Uue Cniirses, fiimrinitonl
Inst ruction. One month free liy liunim
lil.iti.   Booklet free.
RAYMOND V. KEI.LEY. Principal
Jones Baailalinar, Naaatla of Post Ollice
Main 27 Spokane A272.1
Heuilqunrters for all  kiwis of
Repairs
Satisfaction (iuaranlieil
JOE   MARAPODI
The Shoe Specialist
Hotel International
Gk<>. Lokopre, Proprietor,
Situated at KingFgate, B. C, nn
the Boundary Line, in a epot of
rare ecenie beauty aud the eporte-
nnui'ej panuliee.
Headquarters for Commer.
cial Men and Tourists
KINQSQATE
B. X
Hotel Coeur D'Alene
Spokane, Wash.
Howard St. and 'front Ave.
A NEW AND
MODERN
HOTEL
(EUROPEAN)
A modern equipped Cafe at moderate
pricei
Kates ll.OOmid up per day
Our bits moetfl all traltm
The Coeur D'Alene Company
I'HOJ'RJK'milH
JABOB (JOETZ, President
HARRY P. BAER, Secretary
n-tf
For Sale
One Oxford Engine, 1] x 11. Price
$860,00; May bo seem at Beno-
diet Silling, one mile oust of
Mayook, B. 0.
Ono Oxfonl Saw Carriage, complete witli rank fecal, 1) blocks,
8 post ilogs. Prico $250.00 at
Elko, B.C.
Ono Oxfonl Friction Feed, complete with cable and sheaves and
drive pulleys. Prico JlnO.00, at
at Elko, B. O.
For further particulars apply to
Leask & Johnson, Elku, B. C.
I    PROFESSIONAL CARDS
•■^■■^•■■••MBaiaTaHM
W. F. QURO,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.
Sfi'i Richards St.,
VANCOUVER, B. O.
THOMAS  T. MECREDY
(Successor In IV. 1-'. Uajini)
Barrister, Solicitor, and Notary
1*. II. llox Mill
CRANHROOK,  B.C.
HARVEY, McCARTER, MACDONALD
& NISDET
Barristers, Solicitors and
Notaries
Money In l.iiiin
IMPERIAL SANK DUILDINC,  -  CRAMR00K 9. C.
il.il
DRS. KINO & (JREEN,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Ones at Ksildsacs, Armalioai  in
office: hours >
Forenoons - ■ - - 9.00 to 10.09
Afternoon! - • ■ 9.00 to 4.0t
Evening! - ■ - - 7.90 to 9.99
Sunday! . . - ■ 1.90 to I.M
CRANBROOK :i    It    u    H    I, 0
DR. F. B. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE   HOURS:
9 to 19 a.m.
1 to   9 p.m.
7 to   9 p.m.
onion in llausoa Block.
CRANBROOK -       -       - B. 0,
Cranbrook Cottage Hospital
MATERNITY  AND  QENERAL NURSINO
Terms on Application
MRS. A. SALMON,
Rhone 2511 Matron
P. O. Rov M5 Garden Ave.
BC   LAND SURVEYORS
McV.ITTIE    &    PARKER
Cranbrook and Fort Steele
IRRIGATION AND RAILWAY WORK
A SPECIALTY
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J. O. CUMMINOS
IRRUPTION ENGINEER
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND
SURVEYOR
•S&ttS' Cranbrook, B.C.::
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LAIOLAW &1 DE WOLF
Civil and Mining Eiujlnccra
British Columbia Land Surveyor!
CRANBROOK
B. C.
W. R. Baattr, runaral Dlratto,
Cranbrook B. 0.
Phone9411 P.O. Boi 685
F. M. riACPHERSON
UNDERTAKER
Norbury Ave., next to City Hall
Day Phone 233
Night Phone .161
Frank Provenzano
General Merchant*
Employment Agent*
CRANBROOK     ■     B. C.
P.O. 10X194 PH0NH44
chas. s. parker::
. ,       SOHmuiortoP.T. P. PERRY
DRAYINC AND
TRANSFERRING
. AGENTS FOR _
•; THE IMPERIAL OIL CO.
AND GALT GOAL
to.    _
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if STAR CLEANING |
WORKS
Goods culledforand delivered.
Uood work only,   l'roinnt
Hervico
i: Telephone No. 405::
P. O. Box 7!«
Works : Armstrong Ave.
HOR SALE.—Brahmas, laying
strain; prto winners, tli roc liens,
throe pullets, ono unrelateil male;
also Hull Orpliiirton pullets Irom
prize stork. Apply Welali, lleralil
nllliv. 39-11
Tltoinns A. Edison, wlio is ill at
liis homo at West Orange, New .Jersey, has been ordered hy his pnysielan
never to take another vacation, and
has tieen ordered to remain away
from his laboratory for another two
weeks to recuperate from his rtccnt
fortnight in New England.-This was
.Mr. Edison's lirst vacation in eight
years and according to the doctor
Uie ageing inventor is more tired out
from bis holidays than he ever was
(rom working twenty hours a day.
Recular meetings oa
the' third  Thursday
ol every month.
Visiting brethren welcomed.
P. B. Miles, W.M.
J. I,. Cranston, .Sec.
Cresuent Loiiqe No. 38
KNIGHTS "oT PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, B. C.
Meets every Tuesday at 8 p.m. at
Praternity Hall.
Alec. Hurry, O.C.
P. M. Christian, K. ol It.AiS.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited
to attend.
I.(I.O.P., KEY CITY LODOE, No. ta
Meets every Monday
night at   New Pra-
     ternlty   Hall.    Sojourning Oddtellow! cordially liivllnil.
I. II. Tiirnley, W. M. Harris,
N. O. Sec'y.
DURHAM ENCAMPMENT NO. U.
l.O.O.F.
Meets first and    third Wednesdays
in each month.
A  cordial reception extended     to
visiting brothers.
OlHcers July 1st to December 31st.
W. M. Harris, Chiet Patriarch
H. White, Scribe.
MAPLE LEAP REBEKAU LODOE
No. 19.
Meets every second and   fourth Wednesday at Praternity Hall.
Sojouraiag   Rebekahs  cordially invited.
Sis. Maude Hickcnbotham, N.O.
Sis. Ada Hickcnbotham, Rec. Sec.
ANCIENT ORDER OP FORESTERS
COURT CRANBROOK, 8943
Meets in Carmen's Hall Second and
Fourth Thursday ol eacb month at 8
p.m. sharp.
.1. McLaehlan, C.R.
I.. I'earron, Sec., Box 618.
Visiting brethren made welcome.
OVER SEAS CLUB.
Meets In Carmen's Hall 1st and 3rd
Thursday every month at 8 p.m.
Membership   open   to British   citl
zens.
E. Y. Brake, L. Pearron,
Pres. Sec.
Box 618
Visiting members cordially welcora
ed.
W M. Km.Kn, Hi. I.
Cranbrook  Lodge
No. llltO
Maeta every eea'ond anal
fourth Waalneaalny a IM
p. iu. hi Kiavail Blank
Knlglita' Hull, Baker
Straet.
11. S. Gahhktt, ■"«!.
ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS.
Pride of Cranbrook   Circle, No. 151,
Companions ot tne Forest.
Meets in Carmen's Hall 1st and 3rd
Wednesday of each month at
eight p.m. sharp.
Mrs. A. Laurie, C. C.
Mrs. A. E. Shaw, Secretary.
P. O. Box 442.
Visiting Companions cordially welcome.
LOYAL ORANGE
LODGE, No. 1871
Meets 1st ami 3nl Tintrs-
iIiivh at 8 p,m, in Hoyal
Black Knights of Itelatul
Hall, Baker Street.
Pbko. W. Sivais, W.M.
S. I.. Williams, See.
THE CRANBROOK POULTRY AND KT
STOCK ASSOCIATION
1'ra-aalata.lit: 0a K. Hllll'l'.liia
MiH'la araiuliarly I ha Ural Friday nvvniliK a-ua la
month,
llifaarnilitiiall On I'aatlltry llinttlTB aail|i|.|ia.at
AililresM tha* Hrriel nry,
a. n. smith, tioi ana
It you want satisfaction wilh
your washing  send
It to
MONTANA LAUNDRY
Bpeclal prices lor family work.
! CRANBROOK-FERNIE
FARMERS' INSTITUTE;
President: A. R. Smith
Hecretary: S. Maodonai.0
I For information regarding lands a
atml  agriculture   apply   to the. i
> Secretary, Cranbrook, B. O.
Meeting—
Every second Wednesday
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CENTURY RESTAURANT
ll|,|iaaall|i C.P.R. Ktullaali
THE    PLACE    TO     OET    A
QUICK MEAL AW   a
OOOD MEAL.
ROOMS JO HINT. THB  CRANBUOOK   TIBRALaD
L 731* ^ft*xeJUi Star,
Tlie Store with a Rp|intutiiiia
Kootenay's Greatest Drug \
and Book Store
The Beattie-Murphy
Co., Ltd.
Where lll'nyaIn Drill
CRANBUOOK, B.C.
i.i: J..NKK
I'llaaaia. IISII
T.J, H s
I'lllHlal tail
Jones & Doris
Contractors and
Builders
Let Us Quote Vou Prices
Before You Ituilil
8EE US ABOUT YOUR CONCRETE
AND BASEMENT WORK
Cut Glass
INDICATES   refinement,
It is n sign of nn urtistic
temperament   in   those
who desire to own it.
It is useful ns well —a
sensible, serviceable  investment.
We hnve a tempting array
of these goods. Every design is new, nnd we can ofl'er
our customers some oxcop.
tioual values.
Many people liesitnln at
buying Cut Glass, on account
of its supposed costliness :
lnit. dollar for dollar, it reveals
a richness that is possessed
by few other articles of art or
utility.
Come in and let us show
you our display if the least
bit interested.
W. It Wilson
Jeweler and Optician
TOWHTOPICS
Meet me at Bob's Place.
Customs collections for September
amounted to $4,735.55,
Miss l.rnd, of Wanlner, is in tin*
citv, thc guest ol Mrs. li. Darling.
Miss Vera Krickson left Tuesday to
visit .Mrs.  Pounall at  Fish Lakes.
Watch for the danco to bo held at
Hie Carmen's hall on October Ml,.
Watch for the dance lo be held at
the Carmen's hall 0n Oclobei Mb.
Cape Cod eraiiiieni s Just arrived
at Ward and Harris,
Pumpkin,   squash nnd cllron      ut
Ward and Harris.
New crop local1 honey extracted Bnd
in Comb ut Ward and Harris
Mrs. George 1!. I.easli entertained
on Wednesday afternoon in lionoi or
Mrs. Mam iee Quain,
Mrs. P, 13. Wilson .mil Miss Ida
Hrown left    Wednesdaj for Spokane
to spend a few days.
Thirteen uianinne licenses were issued at the local no\eminent office
tinning the month of Sept-ember.
Mrs   III mi i    who has lioen .'(siting
at Kaslo, Ins returned i" her   home
in this city.
Di. I). W IMvis. of Wardner, Is assisting Dr, I*'. W. (heen durinn Hie
absence of Drs   K'lttg ;ind MueKinnon.
— bo ho lost .lis train an iin-
|)orttint. appointment. See
that your wutcli keeps time.
The cost of having it repaired
is small, and correct iinw is
i m/>t w Itin I.
E.t|»rin my lhal evt.17 wai.'li
nIihuM   In.   iivi'i'liuiili'd mica in
I'ilillll'.'ll     IllOlltllrl,       till     Hirl|> —
biniK iii your ivnteli  in ilay,
RAWORTH BROS.
JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS
NEXT TO THE POST OFFICE
CRANBROOK, B. C.
Meet me at Dob's Place.
Mrs, Dan well who has been in tlte
St. Kugeno hospital for the past
week, is eonvaleseent.
Miss Gladys Hrown arrived this
week from Nelson and is visiting
witli Mrs. 1'. !■:.■ Wilson.
Mrs. b\ W. (ireen and children left
this week for .Spokane to vis-it for a
time with,her .sister.
Mr. A. Fairbairn, of the Indaba
ranche, Marysville, is in town today on business.
Mr. and Mrs. D. A, Racklyeft have
returned from Nelson, where they
spent last week visiting the fair.
Dr. fl. K. I.. Mackinuon and .1. R
McCreery are spending thc week in
the Windermere district on a limiting
trip.
Ladies' Aid of the Methodist
church will hold a bazaar and dinner
on October 18th, Watch for rurther
announcements.
Mrs. Latta, of St. Paul, is here
visiting her sister, Mrs. Dtillam, on
Hanson avenue, ami her father, T).
W. St. Eloi.
Mrs. Carmichael, Mrs. Vol land,
Miss Broley and Mr. Broley, all of
Kernie, were visitors at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. John Woodman during the past week.
Maurice Quain is having his lots
on the corner of Edwards street and
Norbury avenue cleared and leveled
preparatory to building a residence.
Mr. Mackersy, of the Imperial
bank staff, and Stuart Morris, surveyor, left this morning for the
Flathead country on a ten days hunting trip.
At Ieo Bridges, manager ol the
Cranbrook Trading company;, returned Tuesday after a month's trip to
the coast ami an enjoyable vacation
spent iu the several cities around
Pugel Sound.
George Rcece, driver nf the hose
wagon for the Cranbrook lire department, was -j visitor at Nelson last
week and went from there lo Trait,
where   he spent   the remainder     of
his holidays.
Beer and porter made by the Cran-
brook Brewery is made only from
ihe best malt and choicest bops. It
therefore is pure, and recommended
on account of its health-giving qiiali
lies.     Try it.     Phone 177. 10
Those al tending the dance and club
lions*.' opening al WyelilTe from
Cranbrook nn Monday evening were:
Mr. and Mis W. II Wilson, Mr. and
Mrs, .) W. Kp-euee, Mr. ami Mrs. II.
A. McKowan, Mr. and Mrs. W. B,
McKarlane, Miss Cartwright, l.loyit
Crowe and Chas. McCowan,
.Tamos Bromley, onn of ihe C.P.R,
conductors here several vears ngo,
but now ruiiiiiing out ol Kamloops,
passed through tlte cily this wn'k on
his way to Kamloops from a trip
cast, ami stopped off for a couple of
days to renew acquaintance with his
~ ECONOMY IN BUYING
FURNITURE
old friends here.
Meet ine at Bob's Place.
Mrs. A. H. Webster ami two child
ren, accompanied by her sister, Miss
c. Mcintosh, arrived in the city
Tuesday from England, Airs. Webster visited her parents at Perth
Sootlnnd, and Mr. Webster's parents
in England, having been away for the
past several months.
Organizer Wm. Erler, of the Loyal
Order of Moose has received notice
from Itcadquartelfl io ihe effect that
tbe charter of Cranbrook lodge, No.
1040, will remain open for another
ninety days.
Next Friday cvenimr. the Cranbrook
Poultry ami Pot Stock assoriatioa
will meet in thc old gymnasium
building at eight o'clock. Rov, W.
]■:. Dunham will give a demonstration
on plucking.
W A. Rollins arrived in the nn
tbe lirst of tin* week, jusl returning
from his preliminary trip to Kort
Heorgc and Hie Peace Hiver country,
lie will complete packing his goods,
winch he will take witb him on his
next journey into the northern coun-
fry, where be expects to spend the
winter,
Mr. ,1. H. Hunter, of Brampton,
Out., is visiting his daughter, Mrs,
■1. II. McClure. Mr. T. C. Krascr,
of Hultonville, Ont., is accompanying
lum. They are reluming from a
trip through to the coast.
■lames Davis, formerly manager of
the 11 Market company here, and
who has been employed hy P. Burns
ami Co. at Calgary for the .past fcw0
months, arrived in tlie city the first
of the week lo assist the local office
on the boo.'s. Mr. Davis will bo
here for lhe next two weeks.
SMART WEARABLES
FOR WOMEN
Tlie BiHoess .if this department is nn indication of the approval Hint our Coins ami .Suits are
nuvntlng with, We feel proud of the smart and distinctive styles that we nre showing. We want yon
io fi-el at liberty to come in nnal see the new styles Unit we are adding each w.-.-l; to ..nr stock.
BROWN CHINCHILLA Sl'IT. with vrst eft'eot, in Fawn Broadcloth.  Cut-away Coat   <r A c AA
and Draped Skirt.   Coat lined with rich satin,   Extremely attractive «4>t:O.UU
DARK BROWN COAT, in Woolly Tweed Mixture, plainly tailored, with bell on back    CIO A A
aud three-quarter length cut-away front    Jplo.UvJ
Children's Coats
Vim kIioiiIiI boo nor assortment,    li is larger
limn has over I n shown here before, aud the
Btylea nml materials are particularly phasing,
Stylish Millinery
Especially handsome anil distinctive is tho
Millinery that we aro now bbowing,   Your own
ideas will 1 arefully niul olevorly worked out,
or we aro able to show you the daintiest creations, copies of popular .Model Huts from Paris
and London. We will bo delighted to havo you
inspect our display.
Mr»rDFPDV  "R"DfkC   Cranbrook's Dry Goods
1'ICv.KJCrJu.lA I    DjLWJD*   and Clothing Stores
——i—M
young i-liililri'ii ivei'fl present, An auto
drive wns tin1 fi'iiluic of tile t'liti'i-
laiiiiiiciil. Afler the trip leu was
s.'rveil ul tho SuIiIkiIIi salioul room.
Miss Sutherland anil Mrs, ,1, I..
af  llie entertalii-
The resular monthly mooting of (he
W.l'.T.l'. was held at the home    of
Mrs. IV.   11. McKarlane on Thursday,
September  2filli.      Mrs.   McFarlane  Walker hail   ohargo
Save an excellent report ol the con-   ment.
vention.     It was decided In hold   a I 	
series or parlor meetings during lhe
winter months, thc first to be lie If
at lhe home of Mrs. ,!. P, Smith.
Harold .laivis, ol    Del nail. Mich.,
the nnteil tenor, accompanied and assisted hy     Mrs.  Mary  I.yum, reader
—— I and pianist,    will give an enteruain-
Miss Marion Senileo, who has (illoat ment in the gymnasium ail the
the position of deputy eity clerk for Young Men's C'luh nn Wednesday
the past several years, has resigned evening, October 15th.    This is   tlie
her position nnd left today for her
home at Oleichen, Alberta. The
marriage of Miss Service and Mr.
('has. K. Ward, of Ihis city, has been
announced to take place al Oleichen
on October eighth. |
Returns at the local government
■fficc show that mining is nuite active in ihis district. During the
month t>f September there were nineteen certificates i.'l months) filed;
nineteen claims, thirteen assessments
and lour hills uf sale recorded. I
Marriage licenses were gramtcd this
week to Uoliert Kiev, of Cranbrook,
a fireman, and .Miss Maliel Law, of
Birmingham, England, on September
27th and to Hazil Rulkol and Maria :
llyalinarioska, bolh of Cranhrook, on.
sisptombcr 21 tl,. i
Beale and Elwell have a client who
mslaes in exchange thirty-eight C'al-
Sari lots . situate in llie llaycs'ide
subdivision am Center street, valued
,il SnfMin.no [nr a trael nf land in Ihis
district. Land which is suitable for
subdivision is preferable.
Mr Philip Constable ami sister.
Miss Constable, arrived .in the city
this wixdi from Morris Arm, Newfoundland, and are (he guests of their
ancle, Dr ,1, II. M. Roll, Tbey intend tu locale here ami Iheir parents
will follow within a month.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Women's Institute will be held in
tin* Carmen's hall on Tuesday aftcr-
niiiaii, ilia- 7th October, ot 8 p.m.
Demonstration on Icings and decorations of Christmas eake hy Mrs.
KaalH'iis, and fancy work closs will
be held nn Friday evening, October
the Hull, at K pin. in the same
place.
is to consider
Comfort
Durability
and Price
Our aim is to tfivo our customers
all of these, along with satisfactory
terms of PAYMENT
Cranbrook Co-Operative Stores
.\ petition has iH'i'ii Riven circulation about the city this ivtH and
has boon generally signed, nsking the
limine I'tmuiiissioniTs lo grant a
■■Restaurant MOenso" lor the res-
taurant in lhe basemcnl of thr. Hanson hlock. It is Mr. Hanson's Intention to liavi* thc restaurant ready
for opening within a s-hort time.
Itev, Mr. Myers, secretary of the
Yuiing Pooples' .Society and Sabbath
schools, will deliver an address at
Knox church on next Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. All interested are
cordially Invit-ed to attend. Mr.
Myers is on*? of the coming men in
ch'irch work.
Mrs. K. Oircvett, who has been
visiting old friends in this eity tor
the past live weeks, left last Monday
to return to Iter home In Calgary.
The family formerly resided In Cranbrook, leaving here a few years ago
for Calgary, where Mr. and Mrs,
(irevctt were offered positions in
Indian school work whieh they have'
been following since.
Members ol tlio Cradle Roll of
Knox Presbyterian Church Sabbath1
school     were    entertained   on   last
first of a series of lirst class entertainment to he given under the
auspices nl lhe club duning the winter.
From the garden of Mrs. K. II.
Slater, ol Slaterville. the Herald
man has been presented with a heaii-
tifirr red rose, one (if the kiln] which
carried oft the honors at Uie Cranbrook fair. The rose is a beauty,
decp-hued and rich potatcd, with the
soft perfume which breathes the mystery of an l-igyptlan night. Mrs.
Slater has had the very best success
wilh her flowers, the result of careful work and industrious perseverance.
Jasper Smith, one of the pioneer
citizens of Klko, died in the St. Fu-
Kene hospital last Friday morning.
The body was taken in charge by 1-'.
M. Macpherson ami lhe funeral services were held 'in Saturday afternoon, conducted bv Rev. W, E. Dunham, pastor of the Methodist church
Deceased was au elderly man, and
leaves a wife lo mourn his loss.
Mrs. II. V. Parker, president nf
Reliekali assembly of British Columbia, made a trip on Tuesday of last
week to Michel, H.C, to inslitute a
Rebekah lodge. She was accompanied by Mr. R. Dudley, grand master
of the I.O.O.F. of Hritish Columbia
and the degree team of twenty members of Esther Rcbokah lodge, No,
2(1, from Fcrnie. She instituted the
lodge. Installed Un* officers and initiated thirty-one candidates, after
which a sumptuous banuuet was
served by tlie members of tlie new
Cassandra Rebekah lodge, No. Iii.
FOR' RKXT—Ahout November
first, four roomed coila-ze, with bath
and all modern conveniences; centrally located, furnished or unfurnished.
Apply Herald office. in
was lhe mosl successful in lho history of the ch'irch and was thoroughly enjoyed by lhe large audience. Tin*
church was beautifully decorated.
The musical part of Ibc servtcp wns
excellent. Miss Helen Wonlen ami
Master Vincent Fink gave violin selections and Miss RuMi Stephens a
vocal solo. The infant class, under
lhe leadership of Mrs. (Rev) Stephens, gave a song of praise.
Miss Sutherland, nf Toronto, gave
an interesting nnd instructive ail-
dress on the subject: "How May We
Hocomo Clod's Helpers."
A. CI eland, of Vancouver, grand
patriarch of I.O.O.F. encampments
iiir Iiriiish Columbia, met with
Durham Encampment on Wednesday
evening at lh.* I.O.O.F. hall, being on
a I rip over the province in his olii-
clal capacity. After the regular
luisiiu'ss session a supper was supplied hy local members. Mr. CIc-
land is being driven over the district today, over .St. Marv's prairie
Ibis morning and to Kurt Steele thin
afternoon, He has resided at Van-
cottver for a long lenn of years and
is al present a member of lie* cltj
council as ahlcrnran. He is pleased
with this section of lhe interior and
predicts ureat development for On;
whole of Hritish Columbia during the
next lew years.
FOR    SALE oh    RENT.—Urge
warehouse' with frost proof basement and electric light; very large
dry.       Apply Hot 3, llerald.      19-U
LECTURER HERE NEXT MONDAY
IT
Court of revision
assessment roll me
morning at, the cit;
Howness presiding.
Carr, Chas. R. Ward,
and (!eo.  R.   I.eask
lot Cranbrook
I on Tuesday
i   hall,     Mayor
Aldermen R. C.
, .1. K. Kennedy
■iiuinised      the
court. Assessor Thos. Roberts and
deputy A. H. Smith were also present, There wen* very few complaints,     only live being represented
Tin
in person,
practically all
only one or tw
assessments were
istaineil, tin re being
trifling reductions
On Monday oVeming next ihe Rev.
Dr. Philp, at one time president nf
London conference, will deliver bis
celebrated lecture "My Pilgrimage
Through the Lord's Laud," In the
Methodist church. Dr. Philp is a
well known lecturer, and will exhibit
during tlie course of bis lecture a
number nf curios collected in Egypt
and Palestine.
A collection will be taken for the
benefit of Coal Creek mission.
Hand
heap;
First-(
cheap.
sewing    machl
lot   sab
pi-, Herald
Apply
democrat
Herald.
*S,	
lit
lice for
value Sn
Communicate
llerald.
I ducks,
,0(10 pro-
-t s.ieti-
10 below
! handle,
Ho\  1...
38-31
of light hob   sleighs
Apply Herald.
for sal<
31-'
CITI OF JIMM
NOTICE.
After this    date    any persons d>
positing refuse,    etc., in any    othet
place,   except the    Nuisance Ground
provided   for the purpose, will      be
prosecuted.
Notice boards have been erected
showing direction, distance and location of Nuisance Orotmd.
THUS. ROBERTS,
39-2t City Clerk.
A SNAJ»  OF A     COSY COUNTRY
1IOMK.
Ranch, Din acres, near town,
frame dwelling house (bunsalow)
wilh water,    one     log living house.
ihree large barns and three large
chicken houses and other buildings,
three hog pens, etc., fruit trees    and
RHEUMA
FOR ALL FORMS CF
RHEUMATISM
Li;:':'.*, rcvav—tbe l":r?t d^v you start to
taURHEVM\~:r.t.- \ ricAcid poison begins to dissolve z.r.6 le^ve the sore joints
and muscles. Its action i? little less than
magical.   50 cents a buttle—guaranteed.
Judge Barhorst of Ft. Loraime, Ohio,
tays: "After trcatTiient by ihrvz doctors
without result, I was cured ot a very bad
case of Rhevi^iatisiu, by u=ing two bottles
of RHEUMA."
Bea'.tie-Murphy Co., Ltd., Agents.
DRINKS LIQUOR FOR HIS
NERVES
Keep in mind the fact that eacli
drink of Lienor yon take only
eieaies nerve demand for
larper ilrinkfc and
more of tbem
COME TO THE NEAL INSTITUTE
NOW
li, TllkFK tMYF yon nill bo
Perfectly ("r.ia»al r>[ llie lliiiak
Hal.il ai'ia-l all llaaa-e armplomS
wliiala lerm in retfoire li.jiior :i.<?
'• medicine" will distjipear.
BOX 325, CRANIRD0K, 8. 0
WANT ADS.
2a' |,rr woral liar drat wwk. aataal la' pa
IVaatal fair Carta Ha*k laltaT
H.'III SALE.—I'ornish Onmc cock-
ciels friim prize winning liinls, ("ran-
lanii.k exhibition, Apply «'. 0-
llanlgrtt. w-21
WANTED.—JlaUl fair Ki-iii-ral liousi-
*ort. Apply Mrs I'. T, Davis,
Garden avenue. 10-11
VMNTED.-Short hand puplln for
evening lessont. Terms reasonable
Apply Miss E. M I'aitiiMTO. Mt-
Illume 293, 10-H'
l.OST.-A
witli rongli
plcnso leave
lilack-     silk    a
wnoil   liiiiiilla'.
al Herald oilier
mbrella
Kinder
311-tf
E. II. Slater, a loeol chicken (limi
ami a breeder nl While Leghorns, wan
well repaid (or senilini! a number of
his birds In llie N'elsnn (air. Mr.
Slater secured a Orst prize for every
bird exhibited, with one exception,
returning home with no less than
eleven first prizes, n number o[
handsome ribbons, and a considerable
number of orders for e^s for shipment next spring. This .speaks well
for Cranhrook as a plaee for pure
bred poultry. Several otbet Incal
poultrymen anliclpnfo showing at
the Nelson lalr|ncxl venr.
Dial acres
good    fenee,
miles from
a limited   number
come lirst served,
pin, e.ity.
of     pastille   land, with
feed and   water, three
town. Will accommodate
of stoek.     I'irsl
Applv   laalm Gil-
311-2*
WANTKII.-SIOUU as first mortgage
on ranih properly near town, value
of same $10,000; high interest paid.
Offers invited Irom owner, Hox li.,
Herald. 3s':n
Foil SALE.—Four teams ol rooi!
heavy work horses, stock ran lie seen
on premises of Hie company at
Mmie—I'orlo Ilico Lumber ('°'.
Ltd. 38-0'
The Ifallv Day
nl tlie Pres-
l.lmllMl
Tuesday   afternoon.       About eighty  byleriuii church on Sabbath morning
Set    ol demoerat harness ini
almost new.     Apply Herald.
Children's and Misses'
MILLINERY
New Fall Hodels
GIRLS' HATS that are a treat tu lhe eyes at $1.75,
$2.00, and $.25
BOYS' FELT HATS AND SCHOOL CAPS al 75c, $1,00'
and $1.25
INFANTS' BONNETS,
Latest Styles.
$1.25
at 75c, $1.00. snd
And a Superb Line of READY-TO-WEAR DRESFFS in
Serge*, Chincella, and Flannels, rani'in;,' tl 51.(0,
$2.00, and $2.50.
ATTRACTIVE LINE (IF LADIES'WEAK in Silk Flannel Waists, Cashmere, Wool Voile, and Silk Waisls
al $1 25, $2.00, $3.75.
SUk'ERB RANGE OF KIMONAS at $2.00. $2.50. and $4.00
your Mmo to buy aiifl pjetaRoorl selection al rigbl
prices.   Come and inspect our values before
yon buy elsewhere
Model Variety Store
K. P. MOFFATT & CO.
Ladies' and Children's Outfitters
PHONE 393 THE   OBANBROOK  HERALD
EXTRAORDINARY ATTRACTION
iioJiSATa. OCT. 4
HASSELL
EX-CONVICT AND ATTORNEY
and his wonderful Motion Pictures, exposing the
hidden life behind the prison walls In
'• HEN WHO DARE."
'THE HONOR SYSTEM OF OREGON PENETENTIARY"
These two lectures are said to be one of the greatest
revelations ol the loth Century
That well-known High-class Soprano
MARGUERITE MATTHEWS
of Gloucester, England, <> The Singer Who Sings"
Prices. 10c and 25c, any Seat in the House
CHAS.!
FOB PHINul PlIMNI
Ml
page one).
dons    aro   given    wort     for many
tra,ns ai J7 DO per day.
■■Ii is' ll0 iloiibl tin* opinion ol Lhe
men who have aUemliHl Litis moeUng
ihai wi* liavo a two-man adintnlsttn-
tlon ui Victoria. Tlio Llino lias ar-
livi-d when wc need iv government in
place of this two-man administration.
"One of the Important latiors In
connection with Liberal success, il
we are to have success, fo organtea-
tlon. In the past few months we
have endeavored lh stimulate interest in tills regard in this district
nml have perfected in a small way
our various working organisations.
To achieve success il is necessary ii<>l
only to work for a few weeks before
election but to he nlways active rtm-
ing quiet times. There is n lot oi
worlj in this connect ion and we must
work energetically on tins plan. Vtt
must keep watch of the courts nf revision ami see tliat tho voters gel
their names on the register.
'An election may he called sudden
ly. bo nol hi any opportunity slip
hy. Keep in touch willi all Hie
Liberals in your district ;in,i hold as
many mootings as possible, En
courage tin* Liberals lo take heart
and when yon mcel a Conservative
preach the gospel.
"In conclusion, I will say thai only on the condition lhal my candid
acy was unanimous would I have accepted. There arc lots of eniliusias-
tfe Liberals who would make good
candidates. \o candidate can expect
to win without the support of the
whole district. This convention will
start the hall rolling and according
to tho resolution passed we wjll hold
a ratifying convention 'before thc
next general election. If there is jiii-
othcr candidate or candidates who
mighl he stronger at that time and
more liable to1 carry the party haulier In success I would insist that
they be named aud would step out
without any feelings hut that of ^ood
will and continue to work for the
good of Un* cause. Tin* opportunity
must be afforded (or another candidate, bul ii I am considered tlio
best candidate will do all in my
power to advance the party and win
success in Ihis district."
Tin' meeting closed with three
rousing cheers for Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Mi. II c. Brcwstct and Mr.
Chas. H. Ward.
ron cwt
Canada has made another record.
According to an Knglish authority
who has been making a slmly of the
cost of living in the various conn
tries ot the world, it costs more tu
lave In Canada (hail in any other
country. Whether this Is a record
to be proud ol or not, depends upon
tIm* way you look al il Then* unpeople who lake a pride in paying
the   very   highest     prices tor what
tbey buy,      Impi   these Canada  should
have -souk-   attractions,      Hut     tlie
rank and file nt lhe people Ibe world
over are not so foolish, mid piefer to
buy at Ihe lowest price consistent
wilh good quality, Tbe bulk, of the
people in Canada an* of tbis class,
and they must look with envious
eyes towards other countries, where
the necessities can be had at n lower
scale of prices, Anliocb is said to
be the cheapest city in the world to
live in. Fancy Retting fresh eggs at
a penny a dozen, lamb al a penny and
a half per lb., and all tbe vegetables
a good si/id family cam eat in a
week for twenty - live ecols. There
arc perhaps, few Cuniidians who.
would care In leave tliffl country lor
the old city of biblical lame, oven if
one could live comfortably thore for
a year for whal il costs hero for onoi
week.    We may, however, put    this
nnclenl eity at the bottom and Canada at the top in the cost of living
scale, lu tbe Dominion the cost of
living has increased by fifty per out
during lho past decade, a higher
average increase than that experienced by any other country. The Increase in the United States is not
so high, and yet'that country a( the
present time is making strenuous efforts to secure cheupct living toe
the masses. Is it not ahout time
that Canada was making some effort
in ihis direction, too?
WHO IS TO BLAME?
The first thought that will occur tn
many in endeavoring to find n reason
for the high cost of living in Canada,
is that the producers are getting too
much for what they produce. These
people have never looked into lhe
market conditions and whal it costs
lo produce farm products. If they did
they would Boon come tn the conclusion thai lhe producer is not t,
lo blame. If tbe prices tbe producer In Canada gets for what he has to
sell are compared, for instance, with
what thc producer in tbe United
States nets, it, will he found that (Tie
latter fares better on the average on
the score of prices. And yet the
cost of living is nol as high in the
United States as it is jn Canada.
What then is wrong? In the I'nited
States Uie trusts and the big men
who control the marketing of thc
supplies are blamed for the increased
cost of living. Canada is said not,
lo have any trusts or combines. If
we have nothing in Ibc exact form of
ibe American trust or combine, we
seem to have something (hat is jusl
as effective in keeping prices up lo a
high level. II matters little whether it is called a trust or something
else, the effect seems to he just the
same, and the rank and tile of the
people have In pay more for their
living than they should, and more
than they are warranted in paying
considering what the producer gets.
Is It not about time then that the
government or some other body did a
litlle investigatiing in Canada'* The
reputation nf being the country 0f
all others the world over, where the
cost of living is highcsl, is not any-
Ihing to lie proud of. It will tend
lo keep people away from our shores
and place this country in an unfair
light. .Something should certainly
be done to improve our reputation in
this respect. And it should he done
in the interests of our own people
too—Canadian Farm.
School Report
DIVISION' SEVEN WIN'S NELSON
SHIELD.
Toucher
u
if i{
r •*•      i* *m
K  tt       *X   0
Division ].—        ^^^^^^^^
I,. .1. Cranston ... 21 18.15 KV.Hn
Division li.—
I'. (1*. Dexler ... 80 25.0J R.I.Ill
Division ,'(.—
Miss Diukis   :il     HI.Ill   7H.0H
Division I.— 	
Miss lleehlel ,., HI LJK.SR MM
Division ,**).— ^^^^^^^^^
Miss Suttahy ... Ill .'I8.UU tin. 17
Division ll.— y^^^^^^—
Miss Richards ... 17 3.I.-12 83.89
Division 7.—
Miss MacDonald , .'17 85.83 03.08
Division 8.—
Miss Cartwright III 11.5!) 00.42
Division D,—
Miss Faulkner . IM II.In K2.20
Division 10.—
Miss Pyo       12    38.2.1   1)1.00
S. W.-
Mlss Woodlands , 55 18.00 85.nil
S. W.Mrs.   Dcnne      55     .'lll.nO   85.110
171   -111.88   8(1.27
Division 7 (Miss MacDonald) teach
er   having   the   highest   percenliige
wine the Nelson Shield.
PERFECT ATTENDANCE,
Division 2.
Vera Rradwiu.
Ilernadetta Doyle.
Delia (Ireaves.
Vigil Santo.
Merle Taylor.
Winifred Webb.
Division 3.
Minn Carson.
May Dunuing.
Mary Leask.
Bernard Lees.
Sydney Murgatroyd.
Mary Malcolm.
Roy Musser.
Division 4.
Oordon McKcnna.
Nettie Robinson,
Florence Rutledge.
Muriel Baxtor.
Division 5.
Donna Argue.
Nina Belanger.
Ruby Deacon.
CI race Doris.
Harold Ilaslam.
Untold Hood.
Ng Wai Hoy.
Faith Kendall.
Ruth Kendall.
Allan Lacey.
Harold Leask.
Mabel MeGoldric.
Margaret Morrison.
Cecil Reade.
Dorothy Reed.
Violet Simpson.
I'M ward Turner.
David Watson.
Division (1,
Merle Bennett.
Mary Bartlam.
John Brake.
Christine Carson,
Charlie chapman.
.lack Dow.
Harold Kummcr.
Martha Messenger.
Ella MeGoldric.
Marion MacKinnon.
El/.ahclh Piggott.
Kathleen Snook.
Viola Sarvis.
Hugh Simpson.
John Turner.
Freda Taylor.
1 lei en Worden,
Bessie Woodman.
Division 7.
Norman Beech.
Robert  Beaton.
Alice Brake.
Mary Carson.
Marion Drummond.
Faith Ewin.
Willie George.
Ella Kendall.
Harry Musser.
Barry McDonald.
Mali On.
Flossie Robinson.
Palmer Rutledge.
Ray Scott,
Ruth Simpson.
Sam Speers.
Norman Wasson.
Samuel Watson.
Division 8.
Gerald Bartlam.
Vera Baxter.
Howard Brogan.
Lena Brogan.
Norvel Caslake.
Alfred .lolifle.
-lames Kimball.
Roderick Kennedy.
• limmie Logon-
Charles Musser.
Freda Osborne
.lack Ward.
Mamie Washington.
Dim Ming.
Division IX.
Robert Boyter,
Edith Caslake,
Dorothy Duforth.
Edna Freek.
Walter Freek.
Bertie George.
Marion Henderson-
Ray Hill.
Stanley Johnston.
Wilfred Jolllfe*.
Vera Lister.
Ruby Lister.
Roland Mclean.
Murray McFarlane.
Alexia Me.ssanger.
Bobie Malcolm,
.lack Ogtlcn,
Margaret Parr.
Thel ma Patmore,
Muriel Reade.
Eddie Spence.
Ernest Soiilh.
Ruby Scott.
William .Selby.
Hilda Stewart.
Edward Stone,
-lames Taylor.
Douglas Thompson.
Kate Watson.
Florence Oard.
Helen Brenmen.
Arthur Lower.
Hector Hernimcn.
Canadice Henderson.
SOUTH WARD   PUBLIC SCHOOL
Division 1.
Annie Shaw.
Ellen Johnson.
Irene Linnell.
E.lsie Black.
Camlllo Tito.
■ lames Tito.
Hdwand Taylor.
George Orr.
Annie Johnson.
Alan Livingstone.
Tom Reekie.
Leonard Jecks.
Mabel Finlay.
Margaret Lacey.
Evelyn Moore.
Mary Mann.
Mary Lacey.
David Reekie.
Division 2.
George Coleman.
Nora Finlay.
Frank Tito.
Mina Moore,
Leonard Marehanl.
Albert Johnson.
Samuel Shaw.
Leon Martin.
Jack Munlock.
James Malone.
Charlie McKenna.
Donald Marehanl.
Jack DcMille.
Tbresa Lacey.
EXAMINATIONS.
The results of examinations in high
school for September in order of
merit are as follows:
First year high school—    Per rent,
Beatrix Parris   .....81
Marion Thomas  811
Doris Kershaw  72
John Pye 71
Grade lliggins ( 117
Francis Noble  till
Vincemt Fink 65
Dorothy Maekey  (It
Frances Drummond  84
Hazel Taylor B0
Marion Leitch    59
Wanda Fink  57
Edith Macdonald  5(1
Second year high school.    Per cent
Ella Gilpin  WI
Ashton Powers  fi2
Olive White  ,.,.59
Dorothy Webb 52
Jack Wilson  1!)
MANUAL TRAINING SCHOOL.
Cranbrook High School.
Order for
Reader.      Roll. P. C.      month.
5 7 82.1 3
Sr. 2 21 R8.fi 10
Sr. 1 IU 78.1) (»
Jr.  1 13 St.5 2
Jr. 3 15 86.fi 4
Jr. 2 18 85.1 1
Sr. 3 23 02.0 7
Sr. 2 8 100.0 8
South Ward .School.
H I 100.0 5
2 0 92.5 fl
Albert IL Webb.
EVERY day adds to this collection ot Women's Stylish Ready-
to-Wear Apparel, and every day sees increasing inroads made into the assortments by careful buyers, who recognize this is the quality store and approve
ot its moderate prices. Express shipments
the past few days have added all the latest
and best the markets produce. If we
din't have the quality, the assortment, and
right prices, shrewd women, who want the
best, would not come here and buy. See our
SUITS, COATS, DRESSES, DRESSING GOWNS, AMERICAN LADY
CORSETS, "ABORN" and "QUEEN
QUALITY" SHOES.
GOOD PONIES FOR SALE.
Cheap. — Apply Herald Ollice.
Phone 18. tt
CRJAlNBROOK   LAND DISTRICT.
District <af South East Kootenay.
TAKE NOTICE that James W.
B'lakc, ol Wasa, H.C'., occupation
Farmer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following des-
cribed lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the northwest a-orner ol Lot 11010,
Oroup One, Kootenay District,
thence west 111 chains, thence south
40 chains, tha-iice east 40 chains,
thenco north In chains lo place of
commencement, containing lfio acres,
more or less.
.lames William Dlake.
Dated September 2llh, 1013.    -M-fl
PILLOW RIVER
\Y7
\A/    INl'ERIOK BRITISH COLUMBIA'S
WW      faataaraa     MANUFACTURING   anal
*   *      COMMERCIAL   CanlUl aaaTona   ajra-
rivalkal   oppartunitiea   for   ananer
making     INVESTMENTS.     BUSINESS    anal
HOMES. Loculpalon lh. ERASER anal WILLOW
RIVERS. CKANII TRUNK PACIFIC. PACIFIC
anal HUIaSON HAY. and other railraawla. in tho
centreofa LARGE RICH FARMING nnal TIMBER DISTRICT, the natural aupply laaahat for the
WONDERFUL PEACE RIVER COUNTRY, anal
the RICH CARIBOO MINING  DISTRICT, an
aurea tha future of Wla.LOW RIVER.    Write
now, to-day. for free mapa, plats, etc.
PACIFIC LAND AM0T0WM8ITE8 CO., LTD.
■M RichnnUStreet, Vancouver, B.C
/ Aft-riim Wanted
HUY
Prize Potatoes
They're Awful Qood Cookers
MflTH   llllft   hllllh.HifH.    Willi   llliH    tllKt'll
iliH(i|i|.i»rtniiii,v. whirl- in now ytmrn,
to mun your winter Mipply of piiin-
tut* from n prlia winning Wop.
1 am now Nikin-a*. nrileiH for IIiim .<-{■
Mlltnt wliitv variety, i-li'iiii, nlHtwl,
Poltd. •hallow i*,vhI '■•|>ihih(" iiMimh-il
im I'rifi. in up. n > ompeliilon ut, Crim*
brook Fair liiat »e.-k.
Don'l iiiiiiitini' you'ro K"-"f( tn «-l
"Tattle*" (or a eo»ix In a wick or
two, nn IuhI ji-nr. beCUUM •fon'ri'tiot,
Thin year DUpiiHf* nn*- limith), wo get
in wlnli-.vmi I'uii on thcnt*|iri/i* ■aIihimh
at ordinary potatoOMt,
Single Bam-, 100 Mm., $1,noting
KlveBagl.'.U     ■     MO "
Ten  ■'     "        •     1.0(f  "
Twtnty     "(oneton) 1 20  "
S|itt'iiil [(nol nt lorn for i*ii.*tiiit i. •*
to carload lottt
•Mail your order now
FREDERICK PAIN
BaaxlH CRANBUOOK, B.C.
The Home Bakery
ROBIRT F'HAME, I'ftip.
Fresh Bread, Cakes, Pies, and
Pastries of All Kinds
I'HONK 87
Norbury Ave.       Opp, City Hull
To Rent Large Fireproof basement, ao x too ft., $7.00 per
month.- Apply Herald Office.
Special Value in Boys' and
Girls'
Sweater Coats
and Jerseys
BOYS' SCHOOL JERSIY, Navy only,
plitin or laiittaana'al neck, very
Btrong.
PRICE 85'', 90c, St.00
BOYS'COAT SWEATERS, inlirown,
Nnvv. or lirey, sizes 2S in. to
32 ill,
PRICE 95> UP
YOUTH'S COAT SWEATER, Navy.
trimmed   with   criniBon,   very
warm.
PRICE $2.25
CIRLS' SWEATER COATS,   Orlm-
aon, Slatte, or Navy.
PRICE $1.20 UP
Charles Emslie
ArmatronK Avenue
THE STORE THAT AIDS ECONOMISTS
No Man's Collar
is comfortabln if it tloesu't lit
iierfei'tly. Neither is the collar worn liyyour lioree. Wt-
have laocn called the "horse's
merchant tailor" liecanso wo
are so particular aliout the fit
of tho harness wo sell. The
belter yon treat your horse
the better lie will treat yon.
(ai'l his harness here.
W. M. Park & Co.
EVERYTHING FOR THE HORSE
CRANBROOK, B. C.
Beware
of
Imitations
Sold
on the
Merits
of
Minard's
Liniment
Royal Hotel
WM. STEWARD, Prop.
Well Furnished, Steam Heated Rooms
Everything New, Clean and Bright
Best of Service and Cuisine in our Dining Room
Only White Help Employed
Large, Spacious Parlors and '"oiiforlable Rest
Rooms for Lauies
All the Comforts of Home.   Family Trade Given
Special Attention
Billiard Room
AUTOMOBILE STORAGE IN CONNECTION
Cranbrook,       -       -       B. C.
********************************
Imperial Bank ol Canada j
HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO
CAPITaM AUTHORIZED        -        -        $10,000,000.00
CAPITAL-PAID UP -        -        - 6,925,000.00
RESERVE AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS   -     8,100,000.00
D. R. WII.K1E, Prmident.
HON. ROBERT JAFFRAY, ViM.I're«ialent
Accounts of Corporations, Municipalities, Merchants
Farmers and Private Individuals invited.
Drafts and Letters ot Credit issued available in any part of
the world.
SAVINGS DEPABTMENT - Special attention
given to Savings Bank Accounts. Deposits of $1,110 and
upwards received and interest allowed from date of deposit.
Cranbrook Branch: H. W. SUPPLE, Mgr.
MINERAL ACT.
CERTIFICATE     OK     IMPROVE
MENTS.
NOTICE.
II. A If,, Musk, Maintain!, Mountain
View, l-oornian, Silver Crown.
Tiger, Uttelo Sam Mineral Claims,
situate in tlie Kort Stwle Mining
Division fat Kast. Knotrnay l>is-
liii't.
WlKira liiratiil—Willi Horn,, Creek.
TAKE NOTICE that. .lames A.
Arnold, Olllcial Administrator <>'
Uu estate nl alohn I-. Larson, deceased. Free Miner's Certificate No,
ii7IHfl|i, Intend, sixty days (win date
Itorcol, to nnply in tlie Mining He-
enrder lor Certificates ol Improvements, fnr the purpose, ol obtaining
Crown (liiuils atf the above elaiins.
And further take notice tbat action, Kinler section 37, most be commenced lielnro thc Issuance ol such
Certilieate of Improvements.
Datid this Rlh day nl September,
A.II., 1913. 37-9t
WATER NOTICE.
Knr a License to Take and Use Water
.N'OTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN
that .lames W. lllake, ol Wasa, H.C,
will apply Ian- a license to take anil
use ten acre (ret ol water out ol   an
unnamed ereek, whieh flnws in au
easterly direction through Lot 9970,
and empties into Copper Creek, neait
trail. The water will lie diverted
at lfll) loot east and 7211 leet north ol
thc N. W. corner ol Lot 11(110, and
will be used [nr irrigation purposes .,ti
lhe lund described as Pre-emption
Nn. 12711, Lot, 11010.
This notice was posted on tho
ground on the 21lh day ol September, IBIS, The application will In filed
in the office i.i the Water Recorder at
Cranhronk..
Objections may he lileil with      the
said Water Recorder or with       the
Comptroller ol Water Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C,
3(1-11- .lames lllake.
CHANIIUOOK LAND DISTRICT.
District ol South Ka«t. Kootenay,
TAKE NOTICE that Peter August
(Irenon, ol Cranhrook, B.C., occupation printer, Intends tn apply lor
permission to purchase (he following
described lands:
Commencing at n P'-st planted
twenty chains north and twenty
chains west ol the south-cast corner
of Lot 9008, Oroup One, Kootenay
district;, thence west lorty chains;
thence north eighty chains; tlicnee
east forty chains; thence south eighty chains to point of commencement,
containing three hundred and twenty
acres, moro 0r less,
Peter August Orenon, Applicant
per Alexander Lewis St. Eloi,
Agent.
Dated August 10th, 1913.        .17-0*

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