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Array tm NATIONAL ADYIRTISEB
KNOWS THE BEST MliDIL'M-
llE PATRONIZES THE HfcftAI.D
rrtjgrm a HDDi \0K HERALD
\ I'AI-KR Hill TIIK IIOMt:-
TIIK IMKIIISTS III* CHAN.
BROOK    lillll: MOST    U WAYS
VOLUME 24
CRAUBROOK, B.C, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1939
s i m it i: ii    tn
DON'T   FORGET
E. W. Beatty, President of the Canadian Pacific Railway  Co.
cesslly for any given project. It usually goeH through.
I The President Hurts that there Is a
A-iain l/icitc U/oct slo:lll-v Improvement In business con-
/lUdlll   lISIlS    ItvM  iltllons    throughout    the    Dominion,
3        ,   | largely Influenced hy the prairie crop,
and  he  sees   no  reason  why  there
E. *1Y. Beatty   imd    Party Stay B1iou1d he any Interruption to this con
Over Night and Visit nt       idltlon,
C.P.R. President
lin Visits West
Klmberley Miindny
Local Players in
Waldo Tournament
Members  ui  (.oil   Club  Take
Pari Willi Others Prom
Fernle anil Eureka
•A number of members of tbe iymi-
hi-iK.k Golf I'luh were ai Waldo on
Sunday last inking pari In tbe Waldo
Tournament, With the home players
there, representatives were on hand
from -tortile and Kureka, us well no
Cranhrook.
The visitors were very well looked
after, and report splendid arrangement for their hospitality while there.
The Cranbrook contingent Is unanl*
mlaus In stating that a very enjoyable
outing was hail. Those attending
from Crunbrook were Mr. ami Mrs.
G. J. Spreull. Mr. and Mrs. M. A.
Beale, Mr. and Mrs. Vi. It. (iruhbe,
Mrs. J. II Thompson. Messrs. K. H.
McPhee, A. Orallnm, H. W. Herchmer,
A. DoWolfe, and T. M. It. Stewart.
The scores are given below:
WOMEN—I HOLES
Gross Handicap
Mrs. A. Watson, Fernle
Mrs. Wallace, Fernle
Mrs. C. Burgess. Waldo
Mrs. A. IS. White, Waldo
Miss B. Hose, Waldo
Mrs. Stewart, Fernle
Mrs. J. Allen, Waldo
Miss MacDonald, Fernie
Mrs. A. K. Leitch, Waldo
Mrs. Spreull, Cranbrook
Mrs. Wood, Fernie
Miss Brown, Fernfe
Miss ll. Madden, Waldo
Miss Fitzgerald, Waloo
Mrs. Herchmer, Fernle
Mrs. Kirkpatrick, Kureka
Mrs. Lawe, Fernie
Mrs, H. H. Boss, Waldo
Miss G. Boss, Waldo
Mrs. Hayne, Fernie
Mrs. Trltes, Fernie
"Of course, it Is inevitable that we
shall run Into air pockets," he saldlMr»- *-*-• •-•ule, Walcto
E. W. Beatty, K.C, president of the
Canadian Pacific Hallway Company,
was lu the city again tills week, along wllh a party of nluctals. directors anil friends, almost a yeur since
Ills last visit. The president's special train arrived on Sunday evening
from tlle weal and after stopping here
for the night, a trip wns made up to
Klmberley In Monday morning, leaving aboul half past nine..antl returning In the early afternoon, after nn
inspection of the Sullivan Mine and
the wot-k on the new concentrator.
Includes! In lhe party along with the
president were Sir Augustus Nanton,
of Winnipeg, a director, Lady Nanton,
Miss Nanton and a friend. Miss Mills
General Nanton. 11. I*. Coleman, vice*
president and general manager, i'. 1'
It., li, S. MooPherson, vlce-prosldenl
of ihe Spokane International, <*- A
Cottroll, assistant general superintendent, Pacific Dlclslon, Vancouver. Mr.
Flett, superintendent, crows Noel Division, of ihis city, wus ulso accompanying the puny through his torrl*
tory. At Ktmborley ofllclala o( lho
Consolidated Mining * Smelling Co.,
were thoro lo meet Hie railway ofllclala, Including J. .1 Wimen. president,
s. ti. Blaylock, gonornl manager ut
Trail, und Mr. Chapman, superintendent of construction, Klmberley. Mr.
B. (1. Montgomery. Buporlntendenl of
the sulllvun Mine, showed the party
over llle work In progress, lu which
keen Interest wus displayed. The visitors Inspected the big tunnel ul lhe
mine, now Inlo the mountain over
six thousand feel, an experience Ihe
ladles Iii particular were much Inter, I Iii and greatly enjoyed.   The
Consolidated officials roturnod lo ihis
oily with Hie railway party, and Mr
Wunen proceeded ensi on Monday
adoruonu In the speclul train, while
Mr. lihylork roturnod lo Trail,
Conductor w. c Cameron wns in
charge of ihe president's train on the
three runs. HiikIi Block heing on llle
engine Inlo t'runhiook. .1. .1. l-'elines-
scy up to Kimberloy aud back, whllo
li. II, MaoKentlO 100k the special oui
and mado ll record run to Crows
Nest.
Although Ihelr lillle here was short,
and fully occupied, it Is understood
from Mr. Ilently and Mr. Coleman that
they were much Interested lu the developments taking shape so definitely
at Klmberley. und well satisfied wllh
railway conditions In the dislrict. In
vlow of lho dlvcraified Industrial .lev
elopmeiit now in progress or prospect
for this dislrict, an unusual degree ol
Interest attaches lo this section at the
preseni, and tho railway company may
be expected In Ibe van of things
wherever expansion muy call fnr It
Tho president found lime to receive |
a small delegation (mm the Crunbrook
Board of Trade, taking! up with him
some matters of Importance lo the
dlstrlcl, und whicli If any action Is
obtained from lhe company, will
be of Inestimable benefit lo Ilie district
recently, "bul this has always been
tho case. "1 do not look for any hig
boom in business, nor do we want one
now, liut prospects at tbe present are
decidedly satisfactory as far as 1 can
lenrn from coast to coast.
'•What Canada needs above all
tilings else Is people-—Immigrants.
There "Is room here for carefully chosen people from northern Italy, tbe
Scandinavian countries, Holland and
BelgitnNl, and a few from Central Kurope. Such people can be brought to
Canada to the advantage of both this
country and themselves."
Wliile bend of the greatest corpora*
Hon in tlie Dominion, and a very busy
man. Mr. Ileatty finds lime to devote
much attention to community sen-ice
work. He finds uu outlet for this in
hois' work, in which he is greatly Interested in Montreal.
lYOJIIEN  CONSERVATIVES
TO 1101.11 NEXT MEETING    AT    YYVCI.im.
i n meeting of ilie Women's Cj.ii-
.iiiive Association behl on Monday
nlug of this week ut the home of
Mrs. F. II. Dezall. arrangements were
made to bold u reception In honor of
Mrs Vi .1. Bowser, If she lunl visited
the lily this week-end tts was hoped.
Later word wns received Unit Mr.
Bowser nml Messrs. Howe und Stevens, who have been louring Ihe Interior of lute, would mil he able at
this time io come any farther than
Nelson. Mr. Bowser having to return
to the Const, in preparation for the
Dpetilng of the Legislature ut the end
of llle month.
Tbe nexl mooting of Ibe Women's
Coturorvallvo Association Is lo take
place on Monrtny aftornoon, Ortober
Kith, ui WyeliiTe. whon the members
will   I ulertulnetl   tit   the  home  of
Mis K I,. Sluples. Arrangements for
oars will he inutle hy the secretary
Mr. N. A. Wullinger. lllenlhrr-elecl (or
tbis riding, who wus to bave spoken
ut tbe meeting on Monthly evening,
wns nimble to return from Klko In
Mini, to attend curly, nnd so will be st
the nexl meeting tn address Iiie members, when It is hoped ihere will be
a gootl attendance.
Nol
51
14
37
117
30
37
60
81
39
73
34
39
68
83
40
113
88
40
118
87
41
71
30
41
81
40
41
so
18
42
llll
24
42
67
H
43
78
34
44
84
40
44
118
83
4f,
75
30
45
63
16
47
70
88
48
70
22
48
75
87
48
78
30
48
89
40
411
118
16
53
87
32
55
I'll
Dnlshed
Unfinished
Mrs. Beale, Cranbrook
Mrs. t'nrrulliers. Waldo
Mra. McN'nh, Waldo
Mrs. c. B. Ross. Waldo
Lowest Gross: Mrs. A. Wutsor, Fernle—51.
lyiwest Net: Mra. C. Burgess, Waldo
and Mrs. Spreull, Cranbrook—tic.
In the play off to decide lowest net
Mrs. C. Burgess, Waldo, defeated Mrs.
Spreull. Cranhrook.
MEN-IS HOLES
AT WORK ON IMPROVEMENTS TO IRRIGATION
SYSTEM ON SUBDIVISION
Work Is now under way putting In
extensive Improvements in the Irrigation system on the Malcolm Horle subdivision. Thc committee In charge of
the work Is MessrB. Bosevenr and A.
II. Smith, the former also acting as
foreman. A new dam Ib being put in
on Joseph Creek near the present one,
and the ditches are being enlarged and
put In good shape. Tlle work will be
Harried on during the (all, so as to
have things In lha best of shape (or
next season. Bel ween |3,600 and
Naturally u corporation such 14,900 in all will be spent on the work
as the O, P. B. tines nol commit It-i towards which the Government at
self on a project llll It has Investlg* I victoria has voted somo asslaUncr to
■tad, and II th.y can be ahown tbe no- the shape ot a low-up to |3,Mf.
Gross               Handicap
Net
Leitch, A. K.. Waldo
100
35
65
White. A. EL, Waldo
87
14
73
Johnson. F., Fernie
92
IS
74
Watson. A., Fernle
82
6
76
3rown, D.i Waldo
116
40
76
Graham. A.. Cranbrook
89
10
79
Boss. J   W., Waldo
108
28
80
Herchmer. 8.. Fernle
96
15
81
Kdwards, C. M., Waldo
105
24
81
Kline. O., Waldo
181
40
81
Stewart. B. K.. Fernie
100
18
82
Hoyne. it. 1... Fernle
too
18
82
Anderson. T H.. Waldo
117
35
82
Wilkinson. W. B„ Waldo 113
30
83
Wallace. J.. Fernle
102
IS
84
Mcl-hee, B.. Cranbrook
108
23
85
Boach. J . Waldo
125
40
85
Beale. M. A., Cranbrook 107
27
80
Boss. H. H.. Waldo
121
35
86
Vorhes. L-, Kureka
105
111
89
Little, B. V.. Waldo
124
36
89
Bobertson, W. J.. Waldo 109
18
91
Noah. Hy., Waldo
108
16
94
Smith. II. K„ Kureka
117
22
95
Therlatilt, Mr., Kureka
117
22
95
Cunningham, P., Kureka 121
211
96
O'Connell, I_, Kureka
118
20
98
Flack, C, Kureka
134
36
98
Prll.chnrd. T., Kureka
133
30
103
Prltchard, H., Kureka
121
00
99
Salts. It,, Kureka
118
18
100
Brown, W. W.. Waldo
134
28
106
llurgess, C„ Waldo
Unfinished
Allen, Jns., Waldo
Unfinished
MrNah, C, D„ Waldo
Unflnislivd
DeWolfe, A., Crnnbrook
Unfinished
Lowest Gross: A. Watson, Fernie
82.
l/nvesl Net:  A. K. Leitch, Wijtlo
06.
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BIRTHS
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Tlm following births
are
reported
this week from Ihe SI
Kugene
los-
pita):
01)1) FELLOWS'GRAND
MASTER VISITS  WITH
LOCALS THIS  WEEK
wfh-dim;
It n onl Turnout Greets Head of
Tin* Order in 11*0, Ou
Official Visit
M. J. Phillips ol Ndw Westminster,
Qrand Master i'or B.C. -1 the lude-
pendent Order of Odd Pel nwi wet in
the city curly thin week, trrlving mi
Monday, and leaving again tin* following duy.
On Monday evening al the regular
meeting of Key City Lodiw. tho Orand
Master wns greeted with a strong
turnout of members, close upon seventy la-inn present, Including a number of viBitors front otlier lodges. .Accompanying Mr. Phillips was Bro.
W. T. Choate, a past noble grand of
the Nelson I-odge. The Initiatory degree was exemplified with two candidates for the Qrand Master, and later
ho addressed the members or the lodge
on Uie progress of tlie Order within
his jurisdiction. Bro. Clibute, who has
been accompanying the Qrand MaBter
through the Kast .and Wesl Kootenays
also addressed the Lodge.
Later a joint social and dance wiih
held witli the Hebekahs in the Auditorium, with Robinson's Orchestra in
attendance supplying the music. There
were short addresses at this time to
the Hebekalis uh well from tho visitors, ln tbe course of an Intermission
fn the social proceeding-
Bro. Phillips left soon after midnight by car for Windermere, to catch
tlie train from tliere to Qolden, to pay
a visit to tlie lodge there. The trip
up thut night was mude .in 11. While's
car, with Messrs. White, i lurry Fyles
and W. Wolfer, they returning ihe
next day shortly after noon. Uro.
Choate returned to Nelson from Oils
city on Tuesday.
(OSQltim:   -  McKAV
The wedding took place at Co toman,
Alberta, on Tuesday morning, September 20th, of Miss Jessie McKay oi
Unit place, to Mr. Frank Cosgrlffe, of
Klmberley, formerly of IlosBland, son
of Mr. and Mrs. David Cosgrlffe. Mr.
and Mrs. Cosgrlffe have heen visiting
iu Hossland with the parents of the
groom after having spent a week or
it Spokane. They will make their
lionio al Klmberley.
IMPORT FROM KOjDTENAY
ORCHARDS SCHOOL FOlt
MONTH OF KKPTKMHI.lt
SI.PTKMHKK REPORT OF
SOUTH  WARD SCHOOL!
ATTKNDA>CE & STANDING
Junior Fourth. — Elsie Ericksson,
Gladys Stone. Solvelg Ljungqulst, Evelyn Gartside. Juck Atchison.
Junior Third. — George Atchison,
Vincent ljungqulst, Helmer Erlclc-
ssron. Mary      D'Hondt.     Andrew
D'Hondt. '
Senior Second. — Mary Richmond,
Eddie Gartside, James Stone, Frank
Kern, Rose Noyce.
Junior Second. — Marie Richmond,
Charles Atchison, Georgo Noyce, Mip-
polyte Kuatilt.
Second Primer. — Muy Stone. John
Richmond. Albin  Ericksson.
Receiving Class. —• Ida Sttkntn, Ernest Ruault.
Scholars   enrolled,   24.
Average attendance. 2n_32.
I.atos, 1. MAE S. JOHNSON.
AVKRAGK OF.TWO CARS
PKH DAY REGISTERED
AT CAMP LAST MONTH
Sixty-six cars wore registered at
tho municipal tourist camping site for
the month of September. This Is only ubout n third of the number stopping there the previous month, but
AugiiHt is of course the heavy tourist
month. In September of last year only twenty-seven cara were registered,
so that tbis year registered more than
h hundred per cent. Increase over last
year's figure. Lust year in the month
of October there were also twenty-seven cars registered during the month
of October.
The feeling Is that next yeur. with
the opening of the Banff-Windermere
highway otilcfally, there will be an extraordinary increase in ibe number of
tourists coming through, substantial
though the number hus been this present year. The completion and opening of that portion of tbe highway
between Banff and ihe Windermere
hus been heralded ull over the continent, uud thero Ik evidence on every
side thnt greui interest hns been ur-
oiiK-ed In It.
UM.I,IS      HLUK.uA>
Tin- wedding took place quietly at
Christ ciinnh ou Saturday morning of
lasl week, September 80, of Miss Mary Ethel Blackmail, of Brighton, Sussex, England, and Mr. p. William Wil-
•. of ihis city.
Mrs. i'. Dallas acted us matron of
honor In attendance ou the bride, und
Mr. .Miles Gibson supported the groom
ns beet mail. Itev. E. V. Harrison,
rector of Christ Church, performed
the ceromany, whicli took place
iiiiic o'clock. ami wus only
witnessed by one or two outside the
wedding party. The bride arrived In
the city last week from her home iu
England. Mr. Willis Is well known
here, and on their return to the city
after the honeymoon they will be welcomed by a host of friends. Mr. and
Mrs. Willis motored north after the
ceremony, intending to go k> the Windermere, taking lu the Hot Springs,
and being provided with a permit as
well to go over tho Hiiiiff-Whidennere
roud. On tbeir return to the city.
Ihey will reside in the Atchison house
n   llnrwell   Avenue.
DIVISION I.
Perfect Attendance. — James Atchison, Clarence Barrett, Joey Ber-
kln. Josie Blefare, Muriel Collings.
Margaret Dalzlel, Ruth Funning,
Louis Holm, Dolly Johns, Ethel Ma-
gee, Bertram MacLean. Angelo Marapodi, Percy North. Murray Rombough,   Li II In ll   Russell,   Noocll   Tito,
Edith   Weils,  Clyde  Williams,  Rosa-
lyne Weston, Franklin Woods.
Highest iu Class. — Sr. Second.,
Muriel Collings. Jr. Second, Rosa-
lyno Weston. First Reader, Nora
Maloue. Second Primer, Ethel Magee, E. N. SING. Teacher.
DIVISION II.
Perfect Attendance. — Edwin Bar-
ritigton, John Berinsky, Angelina Die-
fare, Annie Ber kin, Doris Eley. Lee
Gammon, Robert Patterson, Victoria
I'a/.cnzzo, A1 uu Poho, Albert Russell,
I'.iul Sollnsky, Kathrlne I'rkruntz.
Itose Blefare, Gordon Davidson, Billy McNeil. Violet Miller, Harry Sollnsky. __ ,   *
Percentage   04.11.
Honor Roll. — Beginners, Doris
Eley, Eileen Pantllng, Victoria Pus-
2HJ-ZO,  Stanley  Weston.
First Primer. Violet Miller, Ivor Barrett. Herbert Llnnell. Ronnie
Collins. IDA MacFLEl'RY.
Teacher
But Scouts
IHSTURRKD SITUATION'
IN ASIA HIXOR IS
SPOKKN OF BV NATIVE
Key.  K, o.  Eslioo,  of  Pers in,
Christian Missionary, Tells
of Conditions There
People wlio attended
terlun Church one evei
■e   given 'a   good   i
the Prosby-
Ig   last   Week
nortunlty   ot
i the
urks
uud Ho
i Moslen
unsettle-
learning al Aral hand something of
lie workings of the Moslem Church
In Asia, which has been much before
tlie public eye of late owing
possibility oi trouble with tlu
a the near East. Uev E ■ >
. native of Uramla, Persia. \
tpeuker, giving un address on
ions in bis native country, i
plight of the Christiana in tl
•oiintries since the period ol
lionl ol  recent years set in.
Mr. Eshoo is a graduate of au east-
•m university, and has u good command of the English language, speaking very lucidly and quite grammatically, lh- ts a naturalised citizen of
Canada, and now, a middle aged man,
ho is going back to his native laud to
help In the period of readjustment
He gave a vivid description of the aggressive customs ni ihe Turks contrasting them with the customs and
conditions in Canada.
lu Persia the Mohammedan religion
holds sway, although lu 1914 there
were over eight UiouBand Christians
here. There are no railways, newspapers, machinery, automobiles, hotels, large buildings and elevators, etc
The harem differs widely from the
Christian home, as Mohammedan mothers differ from Christian mother!..
There nre no public schools und it is
considered a great shame for a ptri
to have an education.
Mr. Eshoo modest |y told of the pan
ho took in organizing his people in
HHiVto help hold the enemy back, and
lUloglsed a party ..f twelve British
oldiers who. With machine guns, kept
many thousand Turks at buy.
The account of the terrible condition of the refugees was not ex:iKi_er-
rated. Mr. Eshoo*s own mother. 73
years old, was cul and beaten to death.
"To-day," said Mr. Eshoo, "conditions are far worse than they were In
1814."
The soil of Persia is very fertile,
but it Is not the condition of the sou
but the condition of the people which
makes*the prosperity of a nation; as
long as the women are kept down, so
long will the country l>e kept down."
Mr. Eeltoo was offered a salary of
|1,600 to sell Persian rugs, but accepted $260 from the Presbyterian Mission Board instead, and when later he
had an opportunity to leave the war
zone he would not accept It as "ne preferred to live or die with his people.
In closing this address, which, coming at the present time, was particularly interesting, Mr. Eshoo asked that
tlie Christ Ion churches in Canada, in
spfrit of brotherhood, unite to
plead with the Oovernment for that
tricken people, and ihat we as brothers ami sisters use the mighty power for those in Persia who have accepted the Christian faith.
(i.W. V.A.   HOLD   FIRST
DANCE OF SEASON ON
WEDNESDAY EVENING
The first Invitation dance bold by
the G.W.V.A. at their Hall on Wednesday, the 4th. was a most successful affair from every standpoint Over
fifty couples were present to enjoy
•g,_T~~.m**A* dancing to the strains of Robinson's
Wmsim    What the Craibrook    orchestra.
w "ip>' This nrat dance Is but the beginning
i series of such entertainments to
held  by the Association  through-
Forty-one Scouts took purt lust Fri-1oui the winter season.    It is intended
y evening   In   u   hike which took-1» hold one  every  two  weeks,  with
ce to a spot ubout two miles out on straight dancing.
BORN—On Friday, September 29th,
to Mr. and Mrs, K. Stanley Young, of
Wycllffe, a daughter.
IK)RN—On Saturday, September 30,
to Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Werden, of
Fort. Steele, a son.
BORN—On Wednesday, October 4th,
to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stevens, of
Wasa, a son.
BORN—On Wednesday, October 4th,
to Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ryliinder, of
Hull River, a son, ,
BORN—On Thursday, October 6th,
to Mr. and Mrs. 1). A. Kay, ot Cran-
G.W.V.A.   NOTES
The smoker to be held on Saturday,
October 7th, is to be one of tlie big
events of the Association entertainment program, lt is hoped tbat every
member can be present with a prosr*
pectlve member friend to enjoy the
evening, and the good line of entertainment which hns been arranged.
For Sale
2 NEW COAL HEATERS
Never been used.
Priee Reasonable.
pox II
HE KAMI
ihe Wycllffe roud. A camp fire wus! by .
built, and guines took place, und the next
usual rounds of story-telling, singing
and yarns, uti.i a corn roust wus also
carried out by the fire. Scout Muster
.1. M. Clark went along with the boys,
ami ulso Messrs. F. (1. Morris. Gordon
McKonna umi Cyril Shaw, u scout
mnBter from Culgary, who has come
to reside in the city.
ami thm  preceded
whist drive alternating.     The
be a whist drive and dan. c
to bo held about October 18th. Tiie
Vet*   Intend   to cater  to  lhe older  HS
well as the youthful folk: and think
that Ihe idea of having a whist drive
will interest many.
The maimer In which the dunce on
Wednesday evening was conducted
und the whole hearted way In  which
There ure now 7.1 boys    who have
passed the tenderfoot tests, und fourteen huve second class certificates.
The following ure those with proficiency badges; Hon Burton, marksman, swimming, cyclist, horseman
and musician; Alan Gill, swimming; F. Hartnell, marksman; II.
Godderls, marksman, cyclist and carpenter; Murray McFarlane, cyclist;
Keg, Parrett, horseman; Alex. Nisbet,
marksman.
the committee worked to make the
dance one to which no blemish could
be attached, Will certainly make these
semi-monthly affairs a popular institution before the winter mouths become a reality.
MOVING PICTURE HOUSES
IN DEAL TINS WEEK)
REX SELtS OUT TO STAR
New recruits are coming in now.
this week ion more passing tlieir ten-]
der foot,  tests.
.    A ileal of BoniO importance is being
completed   this   «eek,   whereby   the
j Cranbrook Theatres, Limited, owners
!of the Star Theatre, are purchasing
the Rex Theatre from Teddy Clausen.
Possession will he taken from tho be-
1 *' ' ginning of next week, ft is understood.
The postponed meeting of the Roy T|H,   Kl[ir   wtu  roTitfntiR   to  operate
Scout Association will be held In tlie j nfSltlly us IJormerly, and promises the
IV. M. C. A. on Thursday evening of|m„vliig  picture public the best that
nexl week at R o'clock.    All those Iii- 1k offering In attruc.tlorm this winter.
teresltid iu thin Important boys' work j|flVing already contracted for n iiuni-
aru urged to nllend no as to make It   |„.r n* \I,K pictures.
[as representative as votslbls. |   Mr. Clausen's plana following thf
change lum not ba
First School Reports
Issued for new Term
division I.
Muv*. 1,1*1 in Order ol Merit.
Alleyne Wallinger. Sophie Mader.
Ardelle "wen. Ena Davie, Peter Brennan, Margarel MacDonald, Jessie Mclnnls, K..\ t)ee<: . Ethel Speers, WInnifred -Beale, Jack Cummlngs, WII-
lieliniue Woodman, John Heimsing,
Mar Wai Miles Ronald Haynes, Billy
Taylor, Pearl Prltchard. Koran Jordan, [ry*Sanderson, -Leonard Parkin,
Qraliain Dale, Harland Clark. Robert
Ron, Effle Charhoneau, Ivy Detail
(sick), Edith Johnson, Warren Bow-
ii"--   Ernest Lnurli   Elvln Leask
Absent from examinations .Mabel
Stender. Marguerite Cuvun.
No. enrolled, 31.
Perfect attendant e, 26
a   WOODLAND, Teacher,
nivisio> ii.
lu Order of .Merit.
Tom Marshall. Evelyn Ward, Jack
enest, Catherine Harrison. Sherman
Harris, Jack Henderson, Pearl Qood-
.'.bre> McKowan, .lack Swan.
Edgar Sandoreon, David Frame. Jas
Jlofansou, Malcolm Harris. Kgnar
Ericksson. Arnold Holdener, Bert
Laurie, Jessie Brown, LIUIan Lewis,
Patrick     Taylor.     Qeorge     Heimsing,
Donald Burton, Leslie Sainsbury, Kenneth  McNeil,  Henry   Kemball,  Netty
Johnston,  Dorothy  Shaw,  Pred  rollings   Malcolm Horie, Hllllard Simp-
. Tom Collings, Hilly MacDonald,
lie  Taylor.  James   Da 111 el,  James
McFarlane. Melville Reade, Mary Hauls. Harry Paterson,
No. enrolled. 3?.
Perfect attendance. .10.
F.   & M.-UiKK.  Teacher.
DIVISION III.
Order of Merit.
Josephine Pascuxzo, Cyril Harrison.
Pearl Saunders, Florence Finley.
Phyllis Thompson, Marlon Kummer,
Margaret Mclnnis. Frank Malone. Edith Carlyle, Harry Heise. Elizabeth
Miller, Fraser Ma. Kay. Etta McGill.
Dan Brake. Birtiie Strachan. Bill
Wolfe, Nancy Nisbet, Blrihel Benson,
Frank Brennan, Jeau Home. Selfna
Dixon, Kenneth Bassett, Marion William.*. Helen Collings. Margaret Eye,
Hilda Steward. Harriet Home. Robert
Taylor. Elsie Willis. Margaret Willis,
Colvin MicBurnle, Kelvin Walker, Hazel Campbell. Allen Gill. Marion Carr,
Helen Brlggs. Madeline Woodman. Mabel Clarke. Bertie MacDonald. Jack
Barber. Willie Spence. Winnie Malone.
Jean McPhee.
Gwen Slye absent on tests.
H. TREMBATH, Teacher.
1H VISION IV.
-) lass Maudlin:
Junior Fourth! John Metcalf. Geo.
Fanning, Frank Martin, Jessie Tito,
Evelyn Bowley, Kathleen Henderson.
Mary Genest, Ronald Moffatt. Robert
Willis. Ja< k Horie. Allan Shaw, Geo.
KembuM. Jessie 'ass-.!]-. Gordon
Freeman. Ruth Ciiallen-ler. Gordon
Ranklns, Walter Fanning, Billy Flett,
Gnue McClure. Pat McDonald, laobol
Frame. Eva Stender.
Senior Third: Helen Heise. Nora
Miles. Ernest Worden, Nellie Miller.
Billy Cameron. Ida McGregor, Dennis
Turner. Audrey Collier. Leitch Pater-
•on, Sophia McGregor, Mildred Bridges Absent: .Jo*- LUtle, Melanle Le-
beau, George Pelton
S. D. WHITE, Teacher.
DIVISION \.
Junior Third: Irene Mclnnes, Shells
Patterson, Lowell McCoy. Kathleen
McFarlane, Elsie Parker. Mollis Johnston. Stephen Mat-.ro. Kathleen Dezall,
William ''ox. Eveard Lewi- Tony
Fro-1
Senior Third: Hazel Wlllfasna, Harry Ro>, David Weston, Arthur Sakaguchi, Paul Harrison, Garnet Patmore,
Mary Hankins. Mary Huchcroft, May
Cox,   James   Drew,   Nellie   Sakaguchi,
-Victor Oalbralth, Harry Panning, Ha-
ie\ Thompson. Clifford Hayne-, Mary
Robertson,   Elsie   Wood,   WInnifred
Hayman. Simon Frost, Rita  Sir:ii-han,
jay   Welkel.   Kathleen   Haley    Rose
Burton. Nellie Owen, llml barker,
IHV19I03 VI.
Junior III . Snd Tern. Mae Oooder
ham 77.29. Oeorge Hayman WM, 3m*
ale Musser 68.43, Dobie McDonald
68.14, Dorothy Bridges 6&S6, Katherlne Martin 62.71, Grace Prltchard
61.71. Eileen Gray 61.88, Leslie Kuh-
nort '.".77. Grace Flett 60.00, Donald
McDonald 68 43, Margaret Luscombe
68.06, Douglas Patton 67.71, Florence
Pattinson 67.14, Lucille Rosllng 65.86,
Chrlssle charhoneau 56.86, Beulah
Hill G6.28, Elva Walker 64.57, Enid
Shankland 64.14, George Roberts 54.6,
Ida Lancaster 54.4, Helen Campbell .14.
Harold Holdener f,2.43. Jack Farrell
61,71, Margarel Johnson 61.14, Lillian
Hah* 60.88, Betty Lunn 49.66, Walter
Heimsing 40, James Brookes 46.48,
(Continued on Page 8)
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bidder.! during the murnlni:.
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DOBS  PROHIBITION
PRO! 11 HIT?
There are always two sides to
a question, and just to show
how figures may usually be
quoled to buttress any argument on public policy, here are
a lew that came to notice this
week. They are not specially
quoted lo suppori an argument
in favor of prohibition against
any other form of liquor control, bul merely as of interest
In view of tlie fact, that last
week a correspondent condemned prohibition in principle. The
United States is held up as a
glaring example of how prohibition does not prohibit any-
Ihing it. was intended to, but
there is more than a suspicion
that this impression has arisen
beciiu*se of the publicity given
the activities of those who
make it their business to bring
the liquor laws of both Canada
and the United States into disrepute, particularly along the
border, and on the sea coast, or
other places where there are
geographical conditions that
are favorable for the operations
of these gentry.
But the United States is a
large country, and il is a natural presumption that there are
sections of it where Ihere is
more respect shown lo the laws
of tlie country, and to those places also seekers of information
in respect lo the workings of
prohibition should go, if they
aro sincere seekers after truth.
Along tiie border would cer-
lainly not seem the logical
plaoe to gather data pro or con
on any matter concerning the
workings of liquor legislation.
No mat ler what sysiem of control was in effect, the chances
are Ihere would be the same
rum-running activities on both
sides.
Here are some figures, which
may lie taken for what they are
are worth, concerning twenty-
five American cities. They do
not include either New York or
Chicago, possibly because of the
difficulty there may be in obtaining complete records, or
for other reasons. These twenty-live cities represent a total
population of over four million
people, however, and not one of
them is less than a hundred
thousand.
It is shown that in 11117-18,
wet years, the arrests from all
causes in tliese cities was 1,225.-
452. Of tliis total intoxication
is made responsible for 40S.111.
In 1920-21, years of Volstead
administration, arrests from all
causes diminish to 1,089,905, of
which intoxication becomes responsible   for   241,112.     ThlB
A steam Bliovol lius arrived ror u
lu dredging on i'crry (.'reek,     li wi
taken lo Uio silling   ut   Wanklyn and
over the road from there.   It will l«
aboul three weeks liei'ore lhe machine
is workhig.
J. Cummlngs, l'.l.s.. of New Westminster, has arrived 111 the district,
nnd will open un olllce al Port Sleek'.
Willi every oilier point lu lhe dlstrlcl now on llle railroad, thc government Is heliia pressed to remove Its
offices from Port Steele lo (t'ran-
bnmk. bui so rar without result.
Vi. II. Wilson, the jeweller, has so
cured  a  most   favorable  location   on
lu  street, having rented Ihe store
next to the Post Olllce, which he Is
having put In shupe.
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makes a decrease during the
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lliii.457, and from Intoxication
of 166,689. All the cities listed.
however, do not lell the same
story. San Francisco shows an
increase, not a decrease, and
Minneapolis, Birmingham and
Portland, Ore,, are other points
distinguishing themselves in
the same way.
So there are the figures. Take
them or leave them. They go
to prove that figures may be
made to prove both sides of an
argument, and ihal the only
way to arrive at a conclusion in
a matter of this kind is lo examine the principles involved.
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of the present Act becomes held
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Mystery Mack of Montreal
A Serial written specially for the Oranbrook Herald.
1. The Stanton Murder
By DEAN KEATS
CRANBROOK,  B.C.
of membership in the League of Nu-
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I prove subordination to selllsh Interest
—Calgary Albortiui.
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The net debt of Canada declined
nearly $5,000,000 In August, but this
particular swallow does not make a
financial summer. The figures for it
longer period ure not so reassuring.
In lho year ending August 111 thc debt
was $43,000,000 greater than on the
same date a yenr ago.
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OCR CONTEMPORARIES
Ki'lnnl and Canada.
In any event, whatever wrong
there may be In allied dlplomaoy up to
the preseni situation, Komul will pluce
himself in wrong the moment he attacks the neulrul territory of lhe Dardanelles, When he does tills, he
strikes ul Canada as a signatory in
tho Treaty of Sevres.
Unless Canada is to be rated wllh
that class of nation which recognizes
treaties only as .scraps of paper, an
act of war against tho Internationalized territory ls un uct of war against
Canada.     Our   vaunted    nationhood
mils nothing unless it means a willingness lo share the responsibilities
of nationhood. To shrink before the
lirst reel test of international status,
rutting 'I'll!' Itllllnliyi
Hack Inlo I'lilllll's.
S. W. Jacobs, Liberal M. I*. for
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National Railways, removed entirely
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Melghon Oovernment, are already bolng used for patronage purposes, and
Hint Uio lirst iiualillration of the new
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"At the present moment a numlier ot officials i|f tlie '(lovcriinienl
railways are being replaced. These
were either Conservatives or were appointed llluler lhe Unionist (iovorll-
nient. Now a Liberal Government being In power, Ihey must go, and Liberals must be given their places. Such
Is not In tho Interest of the efficient
administration of any railway sysiem.
ami without efficiency you have full-
tire. Directors are ahout lo be appointed. Kvery one of them will he
Liberals. They will nol be appointed
because Ihey huve any railway knowledge or technical capacity. They
will be appointed because of lhe political services they have rendered to
tiio Liberal party. The mere fact thut
theso diroclors will bo appointed by
the Government makes them lhe creatures or the Government You oannol
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SYNOPSIS
Jolin Stanton, Runmore Superintendent ot the R.C.H., hus been found
murdered lu his office. Mytery Muck
nf Montreal, well known detective, is
called iu by the railroad to probe tlie
mystery. An Initialled pockot knife,
supposed to belong to Joe Murphy,
who Is known Lo huve hud cuuse to
dislike tho murdered mun, is found in
ihe room, but the detective also limit-.
some i. hi en thut seem to indicate u feminine liuud in ilie mystery, lie commences his investigations liy tulking
with u Mrs. Huseom, whose hunchback
sou is ulso known to have homo u
strung dislike to the murdered rail-
roud official. Muck spent some time
that night giving the exterior of the
building und Its surroundings a dose
examination, und fu doing so uucurths
u woman's Initialed handkerchief. This
he places along with other feminine
clues, und his next step is to yo und
see Murphy, whoso knife waa found
near the murdered man. His interview with Murphy does uot upparently
lead to anything, tlie man proving a
typical hot-heuded son of Erin. Hol
ims another interview with Jed Ruscom, the hunchback, and becomes convinced of his innocence. Later, at his
hotel, a note is put under his door endeavoring to fasten tiie crime on Murphy. Examination of the notes reveals the fact thut it is of foreign
origin, and putting this und other
clues in his possession together the
detective starts on his hunt Oor Ihe
murderer of Stanton. His suspicion
rests on an Italian named Ferreru who
has hud disagreements with Murphy,
und in the gulSe of a canvasser the detective locates the house.. He next
turns his attention to the mysterious
notes lie hud been receiving. He
pursues iiis investigations in different
directions, -and all the evidence lie
gathers points to the fact that he is
narrowing down on his man.
He causes the arrest of Ferrara,
and tuxes him with the crime, und reveals the course of his investigations.
CHAPTER IX. (Continued)
Mystery Mack paused for a second
and studied the Italian's face, but the
mixture of emotions there wus hnrd
to read. The policemen were watching the grent detective as though lie
were a wizard.
Presently Mystery Mack continued:
"You knew that 1 had been detailed
to take cliafge of the case, und you
watched every move thut I mude, or
hud your friends watch for you. Josie
had taken a position in the hotel
where I have been stopping, and you
Forced her lo help you. When you
thought the time was ripe, you sent
ine a nole, with Josle's aid, pointing
the finger ol suspicion ut Bob Murphy. You did npt belong to a black
hand society, but you tried their methods, although you showed less skill
In lhe details of your plans."
Mystery Muck paused again, and
unfolded the three sheets of paper
which had curried the mysterious messuges, then holding them up one by
one lo the view of the Italian, he said:
"You forgot, for Instance, that cer-
taln brands of writing materials carry water murks which can he plainly
seen if you hold them up to the light,
You forgot that the Jew who owns
the little shop where you bought the
pod of writing material might remember you, for he does not make many
sales. You forgot that even though
you printed tho letters in the messages there were certain little twists
and loops which betrayed the fact that
the writer or tluiwe notes was a for-
elgner."
Mystery Mack laid the lust of the
notes down, und continued:
"You became ulurmed through
something that your countrymen had
overheard wheu I was talking to Boh
Murphy, uud you decided that you
waiiId have to kill me too. So you
sent me this Inst message, which very
kindly offered me a chance to escape
If I would give up the case; that was
your lust hope."
The famous detective rose and walked around his desk until he towered
over tl'.e Italian, slumped in his chair.
He said:
"Angelo Ferruru; I accuse you of
tho murder of John Stunt-ou; will you
plead guilty?"
lhe murder, although he was the son
| thc doud mun and was supposed to
hate him. Jed hud heen watching
Stanton's office the, night of the murder, ami helped me to piece together
tlie theory which I \vas working out.
Bob Murphy 1 dismissed from my
thoughts. He was too utterly frank to
be guilty, and there was no durk huir-
ed woman to connect lilm with the
crime.
Mystery Mack looked tired, worn,
us though, now that the guilty man
were in the toils, he felt sorry for lilm.
He looked up at the two remaining
policemen, and suid:
"1 think the judge should recommend him to the mercy of the jury;
you know, he hud grent provocation,"
The policemen nodded their heads
in agreement. One of them. H sm-
geu-nl. with his three stripes, said:
"That was a musterly third degree.
I yonder if ynu would loll uh how you
uiuuuged  ut  gel   11 vldeiu-e  which
enabled you Ut (ell lhe exact story or
tho crime to Ferrara?"
"It wus simple enough," Mystery
Muck said, "ho sealed, both al you.
and I'll tell yon jusi how I did It."
Tho    policemen    made    themselves
comfortable, and the famous detective
continued.
"Of course the very flrst'thing that
I noticed when I saw Lhe body the
lirst morning was that the shut hud
entered the body iu a most peculiar
way, as it went down through the top
wns no opening In the ceiling from
which the shot could have heen llred.
It was plain irom the blood stains that
Stanton had heen shot in the room.
1 was looking out of the window wheu
I felt a slivered groove cut along the
sill by the course of a bullet. Mystery Mack picked up a sliver from the
desk and looked al it. as he said:
"This is tlie sliver which revealed
thut groove in the sill to ine. Now
that groove showed me thnt Stanton
had beeu leaning out of the window,
tho other window, when the shot had
seem to lack. No wonder they cull you
Mystery Muck!"
(The End).
"It was when Ferrara sent the first
mysterious note under my door thut I
got tho first real lead which pointed
to the murderer. Whoever had committed the crime was anxious t-o fasten tho guilt on Murphy. The inter
threatening notes proved that my theory wus right hi that regard.
LIQUID
ANTISEPTIC
"I gradually connected up the evidence. I found the dark haired girl
through a visit to the Italian section,
and her name wus correct for the Initials on the handkerchief,
"Now I looked for the man who hud
written and sent tlto messages, and
round him hy tracing his purchase of
writing uiuteriul at au obscure little
Jewish shop iu the foreign quarter.
lie proved to he the Italian who had
a grudge against the Irish section
foreman, Dob Murphy, so tlmt my theories were about connected up. The
morning I saw Josie going in the hack
door of the hotel to work gave me the
final hit which 1 needed, ami 1 then
asked you to arrest Ferrara.
"That was all, gentlemen, you see
II was simple enough; it only required
time, thOUglll and patience."
"lt. takes more than thut," the sergeant of police said, as he and his
unite rose Jo leave the room, "It takes
something that you huve thnt tho rest
of .the  detectives  oh  the  continent
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and head colda^leavcssuclfa
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The nexl thing I noticed
mnn,
make.
Mystery Muck held up to view the
linen  handkerchief;  as he said:
"This small handkerchief has two
initials in tlie corner, us you will see.
Yon will noliee thai they are \J.I-V; j
it was doubiru] whether ft hud anything to do with the case, but later I
proved thut il had. i
There you are. there is the evidence I had to work on. ami gradually
evolved the theory, which led me toj
the conclusions whicli formed the,
story or the murder as I told It toj
Ferruru.
Of course I soon understood thai
Jed Ruscom hud nothing io do witli
Ml Al'I Kit X.
For a moment there was deathly
quiet In the room, nnd tbe Italian did
not stir.
Tbe detective returned to his chnlr
behind the desk and waited, Suddenly Ferrara leaped to his feet, und was
iiifckly grasped by the two policemen,
' ut the Italian wns not trying to escape; he raised hl« arms above his
head, and shouted:
"Yes, yes! I keela him. I keeln him!
You are u devil, but you hava found;,
me out; you speeka do truth. He
rulnu my Josie. and I keeln blm! A
thousandu times I keela him If I could
getta him. 1 nomore care. Takea me
away; I keela him, yes I keela him."
Exhausted hy hts passion and the
menial agony he had gono through
while Mystery Mack told of Ihe crime,
tho Italian slumped down Into his
chair. The policemen snapped the
liundcuffs on bis wrists aad almost
carried him out of the room to the
police wagon whlcb wai waiting tw
beep fired,
was this!"
Mystery Muck held up to view tiie
curled up hairs,
"1 found these (angled around a
button on the coat of the dead mnn.
which Indicated at once that there
was a woman in the case. The hairs
were dark, and beautiful, so I knew
I must look for a dark haired woman.
"1 found the knife beside the body,
but concluded it hail heen planted as
false evidence, as the bullet murk on
the window sill showed that the mur- , _
derer Iiad never entered tho room.!
This locket in the pocket of the mur- f:
,,
dered  mnn  was
entered tho room,
pocket of the mur-
a   further   evidence'
that Stanton hud been shot because of
a woman, and probably a foreign w
ihe locke
of |
ro-|
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The temperature of Victoria, the
hub of Island life, Ib so modified by
tbe Japan current thut Its average
mean temperature ls 45 degrees F.
There Ih a range of only 22 degrees
F. between tbe mid-winter and midsummer averages.
Sunshine is the rulo. averaging
Dearly six hours for each day In the
year. Of course, (be summer days
have longer hours, but tbere Is enough
■unshlne all winter to keep vegetation green and gardens In bloom.
Wbilo Victoria Im:'. few rainy days.
the annual precipitation being 27.4H
Inches, which is lean than that of any
oiher Pacific coai.il point north ot
San Francisco, ihe city haa abundance of water caught by atlsUwrlng
Although situated on the southernmost lip of an i-dlaud. Victoria
is quite fiee from fog*. Because of
its low range of variance In temperature and clearness of atmosphere, this city was chosen by thu
Canadian Government as the site
ior its two great observatories.
The motor roads of the Island
are worthy or their setting. Victoria
with it* Dillon of residential streets
and more miles of marine drives aud
beautiful views, is the starting
point for many delightful trips.
Among them are the 40 miles of
Saanlch Peninsula, aklrtlng Cad*
Loro and Cordova Days; winding,
thrlllful road* that eUml) up to the
observatories, aal a tourUea mil*
run to thc famous liutcbart Estato
witb its sunken maidens, nieiauior-
phosed rock garden and ex.|u.sltS
Japanese gnrden.
The Island Highway fs the pride
of the Island. It is a I'd mile
stretch oi well-made road running
from Victoria to Campbell Fails
along the Gulf or Georgia. It is
strung with picturesque towns and
branch roads lead to Bitch delightful resorts an Shawlnlgan Luke,
Cowlchaii Lake, Cameron I.a..".,
Greal Central take, and mnny a
trout stream. The BoM-hern portion of llu.1 H'pliwny 's know ns
tjio Malahat Drive, prnwri. r«' by
the knowing one* m a" purled
■atorwai. riiiiisiinj, oetoher ,->. mi
THE  CltANBROOK   HERALD
•AGE   THREE
Stiiiiiiii-li Misery,
litis, liiiliui'stiiin
"Pape's   Dlapepsln"   Cor-
ret-ls Sour, Upset Stomachs at Once
Pupe'fi Dlapepsln" ls Hie Quickest,
surest relief for Indigestion, gases.Jal
itlonce, lii'urlliiirti. sourness, fermentation or Btomacli distress caused by
lictlllty, A fow lulilels give nllniisl
llinnedlato Btomacli relief. CorrQct
your stomacli ami tllgcstloti now for a
few ci'iiK -Druggists s,,|l millions of
packagos,
If Baby is Fat—
watch well for dialing and
irritations of the skin. Many
skin troubles will be avoided
by careful washing with
BABY'S OWN
SOAP
tdisf
KIKST SCHOOL REPORTS
ISSUED KOR NEW TERM
tCoutloued from Page 1)
Helen MiicGill 43.86, Tom Boyter 43.4:
Jeun Nlbloek 42.57, Lorim Barber
41.28, Emma Connolly 40.71. Wilfred
Pocock 10.07, Dorotliy Stewurd 3S.4:i.
EllBwOrtli Ryun 37.71. Stanley Porter
30.43, Rupert Porter 35.71, Joseph
Qenesl 3f>. Pauline Bowness 33._0. Ernest Kennedy 32.14, Alee Williams
211.14, Malcolm McPhee 211.14. ThoBe
not trying exums: Kurion QUI, J. (3.
[freeman.
HELEN li. DeOEW, Teacher.
II1VISIIIX Vll.
Junior Third class Standing: Mur-
gnret Henderson, Kathleen Worthlngton, Mary Miu'lionulil, Canuelti Naso,
tlir Dalzlol, Marlon Cuthbert, Wll-
llulll   Harrison,   Roy   Llnnol,   Waller!
Barrel,   Muurlco  Qodderls,  Kathl i
EilmondBon, David Harvey, Bat-barn
Boalo, Margarel l-'urrt-l. Muy Strachan,
Nell Cnldor and Juno Collins eiiual,]
Hilly Crawford and Wlnnti
ami Jean MacDonald and Lloyd Bur*
goss nml Wttllor Agland equal, Annie
Moore mul Huliliy Mulrhead equal,
Norman llullirulili, Qarnot Blaln, Phyllis Jeffrey. Harry Clirlsiliiu, Donald
MacKonzie mid Margarel Mulone
,'[|iiul. Lillian WeliRter, Eugeno Kennedy, .lurk Parker, Bon Walkley und
Mike Prnsl equal, Alberta ones,
Willie McCoy, Kutllleen Nlsbet and
done IiikIiuiii equal, Joe Wulkley and
Donald Mclnnls equal.
A. SUTHERLAND, Teacher
aid MacDonald, Edna Taylor. James
Dlxou. Arthur Lodge, Horaco Mullin
and Allan Downey equal. Hazel Clapp.
Madeline Wise. Hazel Bowley and Robena Miller equal, Battle Pelton, Nancy McCrindle, Reginald Shaw, Pauline
WlBe, Josephine Deinlebel, Wright
Speers. Patrick Harrison. Frank
Campbell. Marshall MacPherson, Raymond Luscombe. Kurh McKowan, Vivian Kemps, Rorenoe steward. Harry
Walkley. Gladys Burtou, Robert Mc.
Qragor, Roy James, Harvey Moir.
Elva Turner and Hilda Robinson absent for examinations.
Junior 111. Reader: Leslie Phillips.
Mice Harper. Henry Taylor, John McKay, Muy Russell. Ruth Bond, William
Price. Annie Harbinson was absent
th* examinations,
orfocl altondanco, 20.
I'   M. li. .MiiillONAI.il. Tooohor,
Catneron Mc-
llll,   Kathleen
Edgur oniii.
Porter, Jock
idge, Chester
NiIIhIh
mvisioji ix.
urolled, 46,
llendancs, 38.
ALBERT SOAPS  LIMITED
IIIYISION VIII.
Senior Second  Reader:   Jean  Rut
idge, Eddie Leonard, Sylva Hill, Don
The Secret of Good Health
Assist
Nature
back
to
normal
action
Take
When Nature requires assistance, she
will not be slow in conveying to you
an intimation of the fact. Decline of
energy, inability to sleep well, headache, biliousness, constipation, a general sluggishness of mind and body and
any sign of digestive "unrest" should
impel you to seek the aid of a reliable
medicine without delay. There is no
better—no surer—no safer—than this
proven remedy.
ISdnu Baxter, Qono Blgattlnl, Nor.
Stoward j man Blaine, Donald Cameron. Jessie
CusBldy, Bevorloy Oolllor, Edna Col-
llor, Marie Collins. Margarel Cullen,
Francis Curie, Qordon Dezall. Mary  Eyfe.  Hetty  Genest,   Helen   (lllroy
Phyllis Home. Florence Johnston,
Mary Lamont, Eunice Moore, Frank
McClure. olive Norgrove, Molva Par.
rell, Allen Patmoro, llllia Polio, Lily
Polio, Mary Prlehard, Mary Roberts',
Ulchuril Slye, Leona Small, Jessie
South, Willie Steveley, Eyouno Williams, Dong Bang, Mali Chung, Chow
Cul, Chow Nam. chow Hlng, Dong
Yun. Mali Ken.
Honor  Roll:   Olive  .Norgrove.  Beverley   Collier,   Margaret   Cullen   and i
Ililili Polio equal, Cyril Harrison, Jessie South and Lily Matson equal. Dot--:
olhy Flett.
M. I.. BAXTER, Teacher.
DIVISION X.
Perfect Attendance: Harvey Birce.
Billy Uurton, Florence Jordan, Buayo
Futa, Harold Oeorgp, Hilda Qlllls,
Lizzie Godderls, James Halerowe, Hy-
Beecham's
Sold
everywhere
In boxet
Pills
2Sc-40plllt
S0e-90plllt
"Cascarets" 10c
Best Laxative
for Bowels
To Clean out your bowels without
cramping or overacting, take Cascarets. Sick headache, biliousness, gases, indigestion, sour, unset stomacli,
ami all such distress gone by morning.
Nicest, physic on earth for grown-ups
aiid children. 10c. a box. Taste like
candy.
ron Kemp, James l.um
Donald, Dorothy McD<
McDonald, Jessie McK;
Barbara Patton, Hum]
Roberts,   Margaret   Hui
Smith, Gordon Speers, Robert Steve
ley.    Edith   Walker.   Hilly    Whltint
Christina Williams;
Number enrolled, 49.
ELLEN B. PATERSON
IHVISMIN XI.
Perfect Attendant
son,   Mabel   Atkins
man,   Roberta   Collins
Edith Faulkner,  Tom
George. Doris Haley, < .:
rahan,   Stanley   Heisii.
nessy,  Harry  Hill,  Rudl
ther Leonard, Rohan i.u
Margowa, Hunter McCl u
Donald, Henry McMurri
Pherapn, Thomas .mm
ro, Margneriti' Morro.
/iino. I'M wa nl Roman.
ard, Irma Taylor. Peai
Way, Charlie  Wilson, stun
laker.
SARA V. McCALLUM
DIVISION  Ml.
Number enrolled. 43.
Perfecl attendance, '-'''.
Ella Blgattlnl, Glen
ise   Hridges,   Rayuiout
Hani  Curie, Georgi
Gray.   Edith   John
Ruth   Lundy.   William   McLi
bara Mulrhead, Sybil Norgro-
Roberts,    Frederick    Shaw,
Slye,   Donald Vance,   William Whit
Stanley Williams.
U C. HENDERSON, Teache
Humor in the Canadian Pacific Rockies
as Seen by a Famous American Cartoonist
l_KUS
Legs to the riglll 0[ ns,
Legs to the left ol' ns,
Legs lu front of us.
How they display them.
On they go trippingly,
Dainty and skippingly,
Frost  tbat  bites nipplllgly
Does nol dismay them.
Straight legs and handy ones
liiim legs and dandy ones,
Awkward and handy ones,
Flirt with the breezes;
Round legs and flatter ones,
Thin legs and falter ones,
Especially tho. latter ones,
Showing their kueeses.
Knock-kneed ami bony ones,
Real legs and phony ones.
Silk-covered tony ones,
Second to,none.
Straight and distorted ones,
Mates uud ill-sorted ones,
Home and imported ones,
Ain't we got fun?
PHOTOGRAPHIC NEWS OF THE TIM
■ii i a—a
•fpawp.*.. "-■■■: ■
(2)   C.  E.   K.  l.iehtr,  wh»  haa  h«n   appointed  General   l'a-««nier  Traffic  Vanaetr  af  tha
ill   C,   II.   I'oatcr,  wh*   haa   bttn  appuliilrd   Ha-wenier  Traffic   Manager  mt   tka  (inUiu
(4)   The;  art  fond af  parranta  In   Kitr-and.     Tha ana  trum  which  thia ectnt wai taken  w
while  to  al  Harlf.1,   (.anile,  and  laid eonirthint  af  lha  hUtor*  uf Wale*    Tha lad.   le M1m Masai
the knight in armuur la  Maj.i*.   (,»tl-/m   l.lu.d  Qtvrif, hrr  bralhar.
(Si   7,1111  tt*A ab-oet tha aaa  Ural, Ihla tea  room, an   Uta   Saddleback   ra*«e   af   the   C*l
Mountain-*,   la  lha  hl|ha*l   in   Ihr   Hrlii.h   Kmplre.     Thoaaande af  n.ltor. had laa there  thai aaa
i«i   Koalenar   Hoaea   r«nnetrrelfd—Ilia   llaeld   Thempeon    Memorial   Maae-M,   erartad
II.C,   ta   cumm»m urate   Ihe   e i plural tun*   af   Can-ida'a   (raateU _-*•*•-_: raphar.     It waa opened  with an I
month.
(Tl Tha naw K* an feline memorial chapel, whlth waa laat menth format!* apaaad al (.mod I'ra, :
clian af the little church la which, arcardltif to Unifatlaw, tha Acadlaaa wart Impriaaaed f
•care eft,
.1) Tha new ('-madia*  Paelflr liner "Montttara," latptt eddMlan la tht AUantlt flaat. I.
-Ua a* mm msmimsm **x»*B****m*» ud b th* (Lot *-*____*_ u U CUtad wtih * lUU *m*m nUtwas'e t
Canadian   Pactfl*.
Pacific   Kailwar. PAGE FOUR
THE CRANBROOK HEBALD
Thursday, October 5, I Iiii!
Move Child's Bowels with
"California Fig Syrup"
Hurry mothe)
loves
Pig S;
llll' l,„
prevei
stlpati
cold,
tongui
ll Rum
(llll
|]>" ami il II
,ls.   A I
i sick child i
bilious, teverl
|lc, or  II  sm
:onted, breath
.leanslnfi ol Hi
Llll
tU
ni'iil to-day
morrow. I r i
IbIi, fretful,
llllllrll    is    K
a often all that iK necessary.
Ask your drugglsl tor genuine
Itornla Fix Syruii*' wl
I inns   for  Ik-IiIps ami
iiki'k printed on bottle,
must say "California"
an iiiiiiiiiiiiii fig syrup.
Iiii has
hlldron
Mothor:
IMIIVIII lllll BLOCK
OE GALENA AT HIKE
IN  THE   WINIIEiniEltl
MEAN NIGHTS
& DAYS OF ITCHING TORTURE.
A well-known physician says
that lie conies across many
terrible rases of secret shin
disease. Because there'sanatural
disinclination to seek advice, the
sufferer    either    neglects   the
trouble in  iis early stages,  or else
nggr;
CHI
l by i
laeofuorat
•po
nunc
ral
mt
itmen
l      Wluls
t ih
hide
up
inn
.ILL- l
rouble, il
alao
disease
/'"
-ther
into the
skit
Vou cannot thoroughly and perm-
isll   .lis
like i
tetter, pai
VI.II    111 si
Znm Uni
thorough
Y.am I
ami heal
herbal i
_>kni Hu
diseased
germs
Thefirsl dn
(Special to Thu Herald)
Invermere, B.O., Sept. 27.—Miners
working on the White Cup mineral
claim owned by Mr, J. C. Fitts, the
merchant ot tliis place, liavo just un
covered a block of pure galena me-a-a
tiring in the rough 1U x 19 x 29 inches
which by approximation would weigh
in the neighborhood of one and a half
tons of solid metal, it is Mr. Pitta's
hope that some time in the future he
Will have it brought to town and set
up as h mineral specimen.
While small in comparison Ihis v
minds one uf the famous mass
copper found ou a river running Into
Lake Superior on the Smith shore. It
was discovered by the Indians tn prehistoric period, uud many of ihe famous explorers through thut neighborhood mentioned it, particularly
Alexander Henry, the elder, who examined it in 1706, David Thompson
iu his nurntive describes It very fully
writing of it while in that neighborhood iu 1798, us set out in Tyrell's
work  (Champlain Society)   lie says:
"beaming from my men that a short
distance up the river there was a
large muss of copper, we left our
canoe ami proceeded on foot to it; we
found il lying on tlie beach of limestone at the foot of a high crag Of the
same. Its shape was round, In the
upper port a low convex, all worn
t|Uito smooth by the action of water
and Ice, but now lying dry. Wo tried
to cut a chip out from It, but it was
too tough for our small axe."
Mr. 10. A. Preble of the Biological
Survey Department of ■ Agriculture,
Washington. DC. commenting on ihis
In a foot nolo in the work, suys that
tliis mass of copper now rests in the
U.S. National Museum al Washington,
and It is said, to weigh about three
tons It was brought from its original resting place hy Julius Bid red in
1841. claimed by tlie United States
Oovernment in Is4it, and later by an
Acl of Congress Kldretl was compensated for his expenses in connection
with It to the extent of (5,664.98,
NOVEMBER SPORTSMAN'S
MAGA2INK "ROD ANIl GUN"
IS ATTRACTIVE NUMBER
.ing
>f Z;v
lha dreadful iti
Inflamed ttisuea have be*
Boot hed antl purified I
every trace of disease ih
appear, and there is a
growth ni clear healthy
Hiik ends
en nll sore
lioroughly
.ploiul
skill.
ulcers ^^^    _____________________■
weakening, painful piles.
,.,       Ho* boi, lit chomiili ind d<uU«.«. .
There are several different features
in the November issue of Hod and Gun
in Canada, which combine to muke it
a particularly attractive number. The
well known writer, Harry M. Moore, Is
at his best in "Sar' Ann," an Interest
gripping tale, and tliere are other stories that are of a high quality. The
article "Loga," descriptive of the logging and lumbering industry and of
scenes uud incidents In tho lives -of
the brawny men who labor in it, is
ouo of outstanding quality. Tlie department, "Along the Trap Line." resumes in this Issue, with Mr. M. U.
Hates as editor, und this should be a
guarantee that the department will
enjoy all Its old success, and will he
of tlle same high standard that it has
been lu the past The other departments are of their usual excellence.
"Ouns and Ammunition" includes
splendid articles hy E, T. Martin und
R T. 1). Francis, as well us detailed
accounts .of the U.K.A. and the O.lt.A.
matches, and the otber regulur features of the magazine are of similar
■quality.
I tod and (Inn in < ■aii.uUi is published
monthly at Woodstock, Ontario, by
W. .J Taylor, Limited.
UNLESS you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you
are not getting Aspirin at all
^^
Accept only an "unbroken package" of "Bayer Tablets of
Aspirin," which contains directions and dose worked out by
physicians during 22 years and proved safe by millions for
Headache Rheumatism
Neuralgia Neuritis
Lumbago Pain, Pain
tablets—Also bottlea of 24 and 100—DruggistB.
Handy
Aspirin
ac-ltriii
mnnuf.)
will I"-
Colds
Toothache
Earache
"Buyer" boxes of 12
Is iln- trade mark (registered In Cana-!a) of Uayer Manufacture of Mono-
lili-Hicr of Sulkyllen.iil, \Vh1h- It in welt known Hint Aaplrin means Hajr.-r
'ture, in iiaslBt thi- pulillc nnalnil Imitation., tho Tatili-ts of Huyur Company
miqiii|m.-iI  wllh their general  trado mark, tho "1-uyt-r Cross,"
Railway News
Montreal. — On    August    23rd,
George  11.  Ham,  "the  Grand  Old
Man of the Canadian Pacific,"
celebrated his seventy-fifth birthday
and received congratulations from
uii over Canada.
Vancouver.—Railways in Canada
are in an excellent position to handle
the bumper grain crop of the prairie
provinces. There are also 10,000
cars in tlie western division of the
C.P.R. ready to handle grain moving westward from the prairie grain
fields, officials of the railway state.
C. A. Cotterell, assistant general
superintendent of the C.P.R. western lines, stated thut heavy shipments will be made to the Orient
through tbis port.
Toronto.—American tourists last
year spent $75,000,000 in Canada,
according to an estimate made in an
official report of the Dominion Government's  Parks Department.
Lust year more than 100,000 tourist motor cars entered Canada; thai
would mean upward of half a million tourists. This year the numbei
will be much greater, for the tide
is growing rapidly. The railways
are having a very busy season.
Winnipeg,—After a careful survey of reports received from C.P.R.
agents throughout the West, it is
estimated thut this year's crop will
approximate .117,000,000 bushels,
according to the weekly crop report
of the C.P.R. agricultural department issued here.
Reports indicate thut the Western
crop generally is turning out well.
Even in areas where poor yields
were looked for, the conditions have
proved better than anticipated.
Vernon.—Present indications are
that the 11)22 British Columbia apple crop will total about 2700 or
SOOO curs.
Last season was the province's
big crop year, when approximately
3500 cars were pucked out.
The C.P.R. has made many provisions to take care of the vallcy'E
transportation demands. On nearly every side between here und Calgary refrigerator cars are waiting
to be shunted to the packing houses,
while houses are well stocked.
Calgary.—While Calvin Coolidge,
Vice-President of the United States,
wus uot inclined to talk about trade
relations, tariffs or anything of that
nature when he arrived here on the
Trans-Canada train of the Canadian Pacific Railway, he waxed
most eloquent in his "raises of
Hanff and Lake Louise and of the
Canadian Rockies along the route
by which he had travelled.
"No wonder you Canadians are
proud of your mountains," he as-
jerted; "they are magnificent,"
The Vice-President spent some
time in conversation with .1. M.
Cameron, general superintendent of
the Alberta Division of the C.P.R.
Montreal.—According to a joint
circular issued by the C nadian
Pacific Railway and Canadian Pacific Steamships Limited* Mr. Allan
Cameron is appointed Oriental manager, with office ut iiong Kong, effective October 1,
lt is understood that Mr. Cameron will bo in charge of both traffic and operating departments. The
extensive growth in recent years of
Canadian Pacific activities in tbt
Orient, with enlarged fleets aud services whicli have added Manila tc
the ports of call, has involved ulso
the transfer of the administrative
headquarters from, Yokohama to
Hong Kong. Mr. Cameron is familiar with Hong Kong, as from
January, 1901, to September, 1905.
he was located there as general
agent of the Asiatic business of the.
Oregon Railway and Navigation
Company's line of steamers.
Mr. Cameron's first connection
with the Canadian Pacific Railway
was at Winnipeg as clerk of the
local freight office in 1887.
Moose .'aw.—I). C. Coleman, vice-
president of the Canadian Pacifi.
Railway Company, was a visitor in
the city for a few hours, wjille ur
route to Victoria.
Mr. Coleman made the announce
ment that the Canadian PaciTic Rail
way Company hud leased the las'
of its terminal elevators at the hea
of the Great Lakes, on a long tew
lease, to the Consolidated Elivatoi
Co. Interests, The capacity of tht
elevator is eight million bus hol.--,
The lessees will assume possession
jn Sopt.mbr 1,
The leasing of the elevator is ir
conformity with the announced intention of thc railway executives ti
yo out of the terminal elevatoi
business.
Asked as t'i tht' completion of the
Assiniboie-Lrthbr'diie line gap, Mr.
Coleman stated thai it was anticipated that the gap would lv completed late this fall. Mvi-li. however, would depend on whititer the
contractor won d by able to hold his
ncn during thc r.nrv **t si a on.
Iii lat'V* to the g a li-'u on tltfl line
rrom Consul, ta t Mi Coleman
■dated that the first th'rty miles
ad been computed nil tli- <*on-
■ ii"tor  wn-"  now  w.n l-,.i,,  on thc
<ond  thirty mi'-a.
|WILL IKMHMi CLAUSE
i     ON IMPORTED FRUITS
HE RESTORER AGAIN?
OUE SHIPMENTS
RECEIVED AT
TRAIL SKELTER
Following Is a statement of ore re
elved nt  tho Trull Smelter for the
period during September liith to 21st
inclusive:
Name of Mine uud Locality Tom
Black Hock, Northport, Wn      118
Qullp, Republic, Wn      321
Surprise Republic, Republic...     2fl«
Lincoln, Blaylock, B.C       2.1
Noble Five,  Sandon, B.C        63
Roseberry Surprise, Sandon...       49
Silversmith, Sandon, B.C      199
Standard, Silverton, B.C       43
Company  Mines       8,920
TtOtal 10,t
Mission, B.C.—It ls reported that
placer gold and platinum sands huve
beon found on tho Fraser River. Favorable assays have encouraged prospectors who Intend to develop them on
u large scale. The location of the deposits la uot more (ban 12& u_u» from
tt* coast. i
Strong   Representations  Being
Mude To Ottawa From AU
Quarters of B.C.
Siroug representations were mads
to Hou. J. H. King before he returned
from this Province txs the Kast, look
Ing towurds the restoration of the
dumping clause ln the tariff governing
Importations of fruit from the United
States Into Canada, and he is slated
to have wired-back a recommendation
that tliis bo done before he left. Tho
Dominion Government hud previously
appointed a travelling representative
to look into the situation, aud lu due
courso this olllclal reported to Ottawa
that hu could Uud iim evidence of
dumping on the prulrles as complained Of. This did not satisfy Okanagan
growers, who took the mutter up with
the olllclal lu question, iind Induced
him to visit that Valley, ami also the
Washington and Oregon fruit districts ux compare conditions, As a result the previous report was altered,
and ho agreed that fruit bud been sent
over tlie Canadian horiU'r to be sold
at a price that had no regard for cost
of production, which would warrant
lhe restoration bf the dumping clause.
A strong 'committee went from the
Okanagan Valley to wait on Dr, King,
with the result that he is said to have
recommended Its restoration. Both
sides of politics are working towards
this end, the recent Liberal Convention at Nelson passing a strong resolution ou the question to be forwarded
to Ottawa urging the same thing.
It has been stated that the Customs
Otlice at Vancouver has received instructions to receive entries subject
once more to the dumping clause, but
such a ruling would most likely be
made general, and no intimation has
so far been received from Ottawa by
the ofllce in Cranbrook. In the meantime, fruit growers in different parts
b( the Province, especially iu the soft
fruit sections, have been hit the hardest blow in years. The strike on the
American rail lines sent a lot of fruit
over the line that otherwise would
not huve come, and at the same time
served to restrict what small market
comparatively Canadian fruit has
hitherto been enjoying in the States.
There huve boen big crops in both the
eust ami west, adding to the difficulties nf the situation.
JUDGMENT RESERVED ON
(ROW LINE DAY TRAIN
BY RAILWAY COMMISSION
During the proceedings at the sittings of the Railway Commission at
Lethbridge last week, Chairman Carvel threw out a compromise suggestion that ft might be possible to arrange for a through mixed freight and
passenger service to replace the present day trains on the Crow's- Nest
line.
In placing the case of the Rallyay
Company before the Commissioners,
Mr. Walker submitted u statement
showing that the coBt of operation
from September 1 to September 14
of the present year was $3,202,21,
while the total earnings for thut period, less mail und express earnings,
were $903.40. From mileage from tlie
mall cur $58.5(i was received, and from
express a totul of $1,005.1(1, roughly
speaking, half of which was paid over
to the Railway Company by the Dominion l-.xpress Co.
This left a net deficit of approximately $40 a day for the two weeks.
Iu reply to the contention of the protest anu that the period in queslon
was a dull time In the summer as
against the winter when travel was
the heaviest, figures were submitted
by Mr. Walker showing that between
October 31, 1921 and March 31, 1922
the warnings were $49,431.70, while
the gross earnings for the live months
beginning April 1, 1922, were $55,-
075,12.
Mayor Rosenberry of Pincher Creek
stated that the night trains were at
times lu un unsanitary condition, owing to the crowding of the coaches.
J. B. Turney, speaking as a witness
on behalf of the Lethbrldge Board of
Trade, protested thut taking off the
daylight service would meun putting
Lethbrldge back so far as train service went to the condition 20 years
ago.
A resolution against the removal of
the trains was submitted by the commercial travelers of the district, The
Commission reserved Judgment, which
will be given out from Ottawa.
baptist Cinird)
PASTOR W. T.  TAPSCOTT
SUNDAY  NEXT
11 a.m. — Morning Service.
Subject:
INDIVIDUAL
RESPONSIBILITY
12 noon—Sunday School.
7.30 p.m.—Evening service.
Subject:
A   MIRACULOUS JAIL
DELIVERY
Thursday, 8 p.m.—Prayer meeting and B. Y. P. U.
YOU ARE WELCOME
WYCLIFFE   NOTES
Mr, and Mrs. I). Green and family
left,   lust  week   for  Spokane, Wash.,
where   they   will   make   their future
home.
BORN— To Mr.
YNng, on Friday,
daughter.
and   Mrs.   II,   K,
September 29th, a
E. L. Staples returned Saturday
from a (lying business trip to Vauxhall.
IJ. H. Foster left Sunday for Spokane where he will spend a well earned week's vacation.
Fred Hunter is 111 In tho St. Eugene
Hospital, Cranbrook, where he will
have to remain fdr about two weeks.
Mrs. A. Staples spent n few days in
Cranbrook last week.
Miss Ella Shenfield returned to her
Home In Fernio on Monday, after having spent several weeks in Wycllffe
visiting her sister, Nellie.
S. G. Clark left Wednesday for
Vauxhall, Alberta, where he will
spend a week's vacation ut the Company's farm.
Ottawa, Ontario.—Every man ln
Canada who wants work can get It, according to managers of labor bureaux
who ure advertising for men. There is
plenty of work, lt Is claimed, und more
jobs titan there are applicants for
them. The majority of vacant positions Is for laborers, though the situ*
ation regarding skilled labor is stated
'o he brighter.
A certain sallow Chicago swain has
an amazingly large mouth which he
contorted into an all-pervading smile
when he wlulled to make a good Impression. His sweetie had persuaded
him to "ask father," and the youth was
determined to show himself to good
advantage.
Mlsfer Jones," he began, stretching
his principal feature to the utmost
geniality. "1 have come to ask for the
hand of your daughter.   I—"
"Just a moment, young man," Interrupted the old gentleman mildly,
"would you mind closing your mouth
for a moat-Nit till I Me wbo yon snV
-*—rfM L-tgto* WwUjr. hlML
Xmas in the Old Country
Special Arrangements
A visit to the Old Qountry is something that a great number of people
nre giving thought to at this season
of tho year, and many have already
made plans to reach their friends in
time Tor tho Christmas and New Year
Season.
Canadian Pacific steamships are deservedly popular for this trip, and to
give extra speclul accommodation for
those who are going oversells this season, the Canadian Pacific Railway has
arranged for a special train to connect with the S.S. Montcalm, sailing
from St. John on Tuesday, December
12th. Through tourist sleepers will
he operated from Edmonton at 10.00
p.m. Thursday, December 7th, uud
from Calgary at 1.35 a.m. Friday. December 8th, making connection with
this special train leaving Winnipeg
at 9.20 a.m. December 9th.
Special tourist sleepers from Calgary, Edmonton, via regular trains
will also be operated tu connection
with the suilings from St. John of the
S.S. Montrose on December lst, S.S.
Victorian December 7th, S.S. Melita
December 9th, S.S. Metagama December liith.
All these tourist sleepers run right
to the ship's side—uo changes, no inconvenience. They are the gang
plank ta the -steamer. 32-4
•jWetliotust Cimrcij
—**•* 'i   111 i •** "
REV. B. C. FREEMAN, Pastor
Morning Service at 11 a.m.
Mr. J. M. Clark will conduct the service In tlie morning.
Sunday School at 12.15.
Evening Service at 7.30 p.m.
Itev. E. W. MacKay will be tho preacher,
Everyone Is Cordially Invited to These Services
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada Limited
OFFICES, SMKI.T1NU AND HEFININU DEPARTMENT
TRAIL,   BRITISH    COLIIMIIA
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
Purchasers of Oold, Silver, <'o|.|M>r, I.earf Al Zinc Orr*
Producers of Gold, Silver, Copper, Pig l.cud und /hu;
"TADANAC" BRAND
Pentlcton, LLC—At u recent meeting
uf tilii- United Seed (Irowcrs it wus reported tlmt the business booked so far
this yeur is greater thuu the total volume of (rude in 1021. Express shipments ot fruit trom Pentlcton this year
aro double those of the sume time a
yeur ago, There have been approximately 20,000 crates of fruit expressed frum this point already,
Blacksnakes seeking a comfortable
home, rent nnd tuxes free, ure invited
to the golf links of the Coatenville
Country Club, in Coatesvllle, Pa. Along thc sides of the course underbrush
has been permitted to grow thick, and
tempting rock piles with full southern
exposure lmve been placed to lure the
snakes from adjacent lands. An educational cumpulgu has been Inaugurated among golfers with an aversion
to reptiles in order that there may be
no repetition of tlie deaths by violence
whieh came to two of the organization's pets. Champions of the black-
snake declare tbat ft Is tbe most efficient natural enemy of the ground
mole, which admittedly ls the natural
enemy of golf greens. Not only does
the snake go right into the mole's
borings and discourage that unhnal's
operations, but it fs alleged to kill off
rattlers and copperhends. It Is harmless to mankind, and Is unlikely to ap
pear suddenly to disconcert a player
about to putt; for it works ut night.
A SIN TO LET
HAIRjALL OUT
3 Sc "Danderine" Saves Your
Hair—Ends Dandruff!
Delightful Tonic
IMMORAL l'KXUl INS
Mr. T. W. Bugshawe and Mr. M. C.
Lester, two members of the British
Imperial Antarctic Expedition, have
reached England. Their expedition left
London ln September. 1920, for the
Antarctic, intending to chart the western shores or the Wnltlell Sea. These
gentlemen bave reported many inter-
eating incidents und observations, of
which the following 1s an example:     I
Penguins are strangely hinnnii In j
many respects. There ure married
couples, living together, some of the
couples models of domestic happiness,
others tlie reverse, just as ln human
beings; single penguins of both sexes,
flappers and glad-eyers.
While somo hiubunds remained
faithful to their wives und some wives
to tlieir husbands, lothera did not.
"Mrs. Harriot" was a glaring example
of this, and "Mr. Harrison" suffered
more than one sound thrashing when
caught by the InM* husband of "Mrs.
Harriet" loo near the domestic hearth.
Then there was the case where the
woman wore the breeches, and an errant husband was caught flirting by
his wife, knocked down by her, and
made to -sit na tholr eggs.
Thon there wan a whole colony of
birds living on a rubbish dump some
distance away which were regular outsiders—the criminals of the place. A
dirty ami most unkempt lot, they were
ostracised by the others on account of
their continual brawling, thieving, and
general low habits. The members or
thlm colony made a. regular habit ot
stealing tha stones from other birds'
neete aad  worr al*»y» Mus chas-
1 a     a.
WATEli NOTICE
(Storage)
TAKE NOTICE that I.eroy H. Han-
ey, whose address is Wardner, U.C.,
will apply for a license for the storage
of 150 acre feet of water out of Ha Ha
frock, also known as (Raise the present level of Lund Uike 5 feet), which
flows easterly, and drains into sinks
on Sub-rot 6, about the centre of Sub-;
lot 6. i
The storage dum will be located at
the natural outlet ot Lund Lake. The
capacity of tlie reservoir to be created
is ubout UiO acre feet, and It will flood,
ubout 80 acres of land. The water
I be diverted from the stream at a
point about on S.L. ll, see Intake C.L.
No. 8040, and will he used for Irrlga-j
tlou purpose upon Die land described
as Parts of Sub-lots 2 nud 8 of Lot ':,2f>,
Kootenay District.
The license applied for is to supplement a right to tuke and use water
as per Conditional License No. 8490.
This notice wus posted on the
ground on the 5th duy of September,
1922. A copy of this notice and an application pursuant thereto and to the
Water Act, 1014," will he filed In the
ofllce of the Water Recorder at Cranbrook. Objections to the application
mny be hied with the said Water Recorder or with the Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C., within thirty days atter the
first nppearunce ot this notice in a
local newspaper.
LeROY IT. liANEV, Applicant.
The date of the first publication or
this notice Is September 7, 1022.
28-82
Hurry! It's your duty! Bach day
you see a little more hair falling out
and you are making no effort to avoid
baldness. What u pity. Fulling hair
means your hair is weak, sick,—posBi-
bly dandruff Is strangling it, or the
hair root pores in the sculp are not
firm and tight, thus wasting tbe hair-
growing nils.
Danderine ulmost instantly stops
falling hufr of men of women und
cleans every purtfde of dandruff away
then the hair takes on new life, vigor,
and strength to grow strong, thick,
and tong.
Danderine is delightful—not sticky
or greasy. Go to any drug store now
und get a bottle. Use it. Have healthy
heavy beautiful hufr and lots of it.
Frame's
Bread In IIIIIIII llmiil
HIh Pies, Cukes antl IVstry art
wade In a tasty manner whlcti
Invite* the mont exacting person In mil again, at
TIIK home
Phone 81      ■
HAKKIIY
Mcirlnir* Ate.
CANADIAN
Pacific
CBANBBOOK TBAIN THEN
NO. 6, DAILY—To Nelson. Vancouver, Spokane, etc. Arrive 12.10 p.
m.; leave 12.-0 p.m.
NO. 18 DAILY—To Pernie. I.eili-
tn-ldc*. Medicine Hat, Calgary, etc.
Arrive 4.10 p.m.; leave 4.20 p.m.
Craabrook, Wyrllftr, Klmberley Ser-
■ kei
No. Utt—Uave 7.05 a.m.   Nn.8« -Arrive 2.10 p.m-
Craabrook, Uke Wlndernieri> and
Uoldea 8eri.ee-?
Monday and Tliurinuy, eacli week
—NO. SHI, leave Dam      Wedneaday
and   <-«turday-N0. HIM  arrive   1.31
*M.
RHEUMATISM
iplelon'i Rbeunullc CapiulM
e become Ihe Standard Rimtdy
r Rhtumatlim. Sciatica, NeurltH
and l.unitia.'ii. Thomandthavebein
1 rntored to bealththrotiilh T.R.C.'i.
It you sutler, let a boi at your
DruUIM'i to-day.   Don'l let pain
I the beet yeara et j
lib.
J.R.CS
Bold Br
Cranbrook Drug & Book Co.
For  further  partk-ular*  apply  to
any ticket aiea
J. B. PROCTOR,
ntetrlftl  P*M*n_*r  Aaent.  I'alrwrr
Montana lti-Hlanrant
Glgan, Cluarettea aad Candy
Meali at AU Hem
CRANBROOK STREET
Oppoelte tbe Bosk of Commerce
RENT - G. W. V. A. HALL
flood Floor, Dressing Booms, Card Tables,
Kitchen, All Conveniences
SUITABLE FOR DANCES, MEETINGS, SOCIAL GATHERINGS OF ALL KINDS, BAZAARS, Etc.
TEBMB BI1SQ1MBL1
For Prices and Other FartleaUri Eaqnire
TUB STEWARD W 8BCBBTABY, O. W. V. A. Tliursilii). October 5, 1922
THE   CRANBROOK   HERALD
PAGE   FIVE
PROFESSIONAL CARDS        THE WEATHER BULLETIN
l-lione 310 P.O. Bex 303
B. A. MOORHOUSE
A.M.E.I.C., & B.C-L.S.
1-BOV. LAUD SUBVEIOB
Crunbrook     •      •      .B.C.
, W. A. F E R fl I E
DENTIST
Caiuiilii'll-JIaiiiilnt- Block
I-lioae UJ.    (lillt-e Hours
I to It!, I lo ,1 p.m.  Sals. »ta
1
'E   f
,ckj
Drs. flreen tt MacKinnon
l-liyslclags and Durfeons
Olllce at  residence,  Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICE HOURS
Forenoont    » 08 to 10.00
Afternoons  JOO tn   4.00
Kvenlnia 7.30 to   3.10
Sundays   8.30 to   4 80
CRANBROOK, 3. C.
DR. V. II. MILES
IIKNTIST
OFFICE HOURS
ll lo 12 n.m.     1 lo 5 p.m.
Hanson Illk., CRANBROOK, B.C.
F. M. II A C P II E It S O N
Undertaker
Phone 351)
Norbury Ave., next to CMy Hnll
MONUMENTS
CAMI-BELL   *   E1TCHIE
MONUMENTAL   CO.
Nelson
JOHN OARD
PAINTER &
PAPERHANGER
Full Line of Wall Paper
In Stock.
Store, Hanson Avenue
Plione 409 at ull hours
CRANHROOK     •     ■     -     --•<■•
NELSON BUSINESS COLLEGE
LEARN TO EARN
Practical Commercial Coarse la
Shnrtluind, Typewriting
Bookkeeping.  Commercial  Law
Penmanship
Commercial English and
Spelling
DAY    AND    NIGHT   CI-ASSBS
For Particulars Apply to
C. W. TYLER, Principal
P. O. Boi, 14, Nelson, B.C,
WHY    OPERATE I
When HEPATOLA removes gall
sloni's Iii 24 lioiirs without pain and
relieves nppondlcltlB, stomach ami
liver troubles. Contains no poison.
Nol nolil by ilrugBlsls-
-lilts. OEO. 8. ALMAS
Solo Manufacturer
180 Fourth Ave, So.. Saskatoon, Sask
Price mr.o
l'liono 4865
|.»lli«ES AND SOCIETIES
IliAMIItlMlh
FARMERS' INSTITUTE
Rea-ulnr Meeting
AK'liMl  NATDHIIAT  el eaeh
im.ull, nt < p.m. In the Clly Hall
Official
Thermometer
Readings
At Cranbrook
Mai.
Mln
Thursday, September 2S...
. r,4
:19
Friday,
September 29 ....
.   ills
89
Saturday
. September UO ..
. no
49
Sunday,
October 1 	
. 77
37
Monday,
October 2 	
. 04
38
Tuesday
October 3 	
. 07
39
W't'illli'-sil
ty, October 4  .. .
.  53
43
Tormito, Ontario.—Eighty thousand
.hildren nre being fed liy Canada in
tin. famine area of Saratov, Russia,
ami llfty-llve Canadian kitchens are in
operation In thin district, forty-live ot
which have been established through
thu Canadian "Save the Children
Puiid" {Organization- nnd ten through
tin' Brit lull organisation,
2. r   *i*     ■,-
| TARKKK  &  MofiEE (
Flour nnd Feed Merchants
May and Grain of All Kinds
Hanson Avenue
-Trnnhrnok
I   Office Phono 92    Res. Phone .110 I
Milk and Cream
DIRECT FROM
Big Butte Dairy Farm
rno\K 10
Cranbrook Cottage Hospital
(Licensed by Prov. Govt.)
Maternity and -General Nursing
Terms Moderate
MKS. X. CRAWFORD,  Malroti.
(ii.rden Avenue       -   i'lioue 259
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meet-a in tin'
O.W.V.A, Hull
afternoon of tbe
tlrst Tuesduy at
fi p.m.
Alt ladies ure
cordially invited
('resident:    Mrs. F. (en-.tan line.
Ser--Trt'ii*iiriT_   Mrs.  M.  Taylor.
KNIGHTS OV PYTHIAS
Crnnbrook, IU'.
Meets every Tuesday ut 8 p.m,
In the Fraternity Hall
K. A. Hill, C-C.
H. L. Harrison. K.R- A 8.
R. C. Carr, M.F.
Visiting brethren rtirdlally Invited to nllend
KKRMK PASSES BY-LAW
FOR SCHOOJi EXTENSION
WITH LARGE MAJORITY
Effort To Be Made To Dispose
Ol' Debenture Issue To
Local Buyers
(Fernie Fret* Press)
The by-luw fur the purpose uf authorizing the city tu burrow (32,000
for a four roomed extension to the
Central School wns submitted to the
tux payers on Tuesday and received
affirmative response in the ratio
of it to 1. The totul number of votes
ast was .JOO, of which 23-4 were in
favor ami :!»! against. The aggregate
amount necessary fur completing the
addition, Including tin- furnisbingB,
win in> in the neighborhood uf $49,-
ooo, thu difference being obtained
through the statutory grant from the
Provincial -Government, Construction
on the extension win Ik* commenced
immediately,
in connection with the debenture
iHHiiu authorised when the by-law
passed with such handsome support,
effort will he made in dispose of
these debentures direct to the public,
preferably among the citizens of Fernie, This method, nailed "over-the-
counter bond sales," lias been tested
hi Ihe past and met with very good
success] Some years ago tlte town of
Kaslo suid school debentures to a substantial amount among its own citizens. Nelson iiulte easily sold bonds
of tbe denomination of ?ioo locally,
while iu larger cities throughout this
continent fn late yoars very large,
Issues have been taken up by the
people at home.
It is hoped thut when the council
submits its proposal for the $:*2.0fl0
Issue tbat tliere will be ready response by the people of Fernie. At
the present time in British Columbia
there are municipulities that have
collateral against loans secured frum
the banks in large issues of bonds,
Most of these issues could lie sold at
a price which would yield from 0 to
6H per cent, to the Investor, This is
a much lurger return than is paid on
savings accounts, und therefore, considering tbe reliability of the security,
should he a grent inducement for local investors to take up the entire
amount.
As far us can be ascertained tbe
debentures will be issued in denominations to suit the purchaser, principal
payable at the end nf 20 yenrs. The
main thing for the citizens to do at
this time It to submit their applications to the city clerk for these bonds*.
ACCUSED IN COLEMAN
MURDER GIVEN HEARING
BEFORE MAGISTRATE
Both Prisoners Are Committed
to Stnnil Trial.   R. B. Bennett for Defense.
Emll Plecarlello and Mrs. Lassan-
dro. accused of tbe murder of Constable Layspn at Coleman recently, were
given their preliminary hearing there
this* week, tlie court opening Monday.
It Is evident that intense interest fs
going to he aroused in that section
by the case, the opera house where
rhe magistrate held court heing crowded, and a large percentage of those
present were of the foreign element.
Known as the "Emperor of the Puss,"
Plecarlello seems to huve lost a good
deal of his customary sang froid, as
be realizes the seriousness of Iiis position, but Mrs. Lassandro, bis accomplice, hns apparently few qualms iu
regard to the matter, from her reported attitude maintained during the
hearing.
ny cross examination on both sides
tbe details of the crime are coming j
out, and from a perusal of the evidence it would appear that the line of
defence at the trial will be to attempt to prove that it was not Pic-
cartel lo who fired the shuts, but thut
they came from the car in which tlie
woman remained seated, or elsewhere.
If the responsibility for tbe murder of
Constable Lawson is tnken off from
Pick's" shoulders, he may escape the
extreme penalty, and humane grounds
would probably be invoked if tbe woman were found to have fired the fatal shot,
K. It. Bennett, K.O., of Culgary. will
have charge of the defence of the prisoners at   the RSSlSe trial,  assisted  by
c. F. Harris, of Lethbridge, who has
bad charge of the defence In the preliminary hearing, and Messrs. (-.lilies
& McKenzie. of Blairmore.
LIBERAL CONVENTION
AT NELSON  ENDS ITS
LABORS   LAST   WEEK
The Liberal Convention in Nelson
last weok concluded its session's on
Friday, and the follow lug day the local delegates returned to tbe city. A
y enthusiastic gathering is reported, with a. lurg.- attendance, Pre-
In the Realm of Filmdom
mier Oliver and must o
members of the proi
meul and the prival
the Liberal side being
party members fo
in thu federal bouse
Md was re-elected
B. C. Liberal A iOt
I). McNab of Waldo wa
surer.
In several of the qn
be convention the Ko
ipeclal interest, Per
;e.si   was   tbe   proposal
Memorial Ii l Trail ..
eciive duties upon co]
ducts of refill
onvontlon de<
i. F, Huchcroft ni
posed a committee of
hould study ill
■ available
il govern-
ambera on
■scut,  and
■ province
.\.   .Mai-
esldenl of
■ ii, ami C.
iSttons before
tenays Iiad a
laps Hie big-
iii endorse a
king for proper rods and
other pm
. the I
-d
tpper, imi
ear.
jut*
ind pi
ing
of its deliberations    to    i
convention.     The propose
it-led upon,
A resolution   demundlng
t pro-
wh idi
In
result
year's
is nol
m thc
al   I lie
pans
set  forth by
further nrgu-
mott-
id soi-
work
at. the
Star Theatre
PROGRAM OF WEEK B
COMMENCING   OCTOBER   lull.  5
-MOMMY . TUESDAY
COXSTAM i:   I.\ I.M ABU §
In
'Good References' P
hi \
"STEP
II Itl'l.X iii
IIIIt\\ lltli*'
HM SDAY.THI USIIAV
EXTRA SPECIAL!!
Wm. Fox prenonti
'Footfalls"
STAH   THEATRE,    .VKDNKSDAV   AND THURSDAY, OCTOBER   -1 and !J.
governmeni  at Ottawa
dumping clause be pul
uin.si the United States
rse of special inter*
the Kootenay, and the
upport  were so well
Okanagan men that no
ment was demanded.
There  wus  an   iiHferestiiid   debate
There    was    au Interesting debute
on a  resolution  for exclusion  of orientals.     A. I. Flslior of l-Vrnle declared thai the solution must  he un
mmilc and  nut   international   Ilii-
itinl illustrated his polu
Honing the case of the re
dfers at Cnmp Lister. .
"If tbe government will
i standard of livhig. so tl:
.Hers cun live, tbey will nol let the!
orientals get an acre of land," he Is
stated to have said. "But If living
conditions are made so onerous ihat
y cannot live, the soldiers will
have to go and the orientals will get
thut hind. The government has several soldier settlements, and I believe the conditions at Lister arc nol
different from those In otlier soltle-
nients. The men went into Camp
Lister two yenrs ago or so, bul Ul
the prices now given ihem, there Is
io chance of success, and the same
.pplles to Vancouver Island. Whon
they have asked the government the
price of their land, Instead of being
mid that appraisers will be sent to
fix a value, they are told that the
price of the land will he the cost of
labor uu the land and all the mistakes must be counted in. It Is just
like charging up against an Ontario farm all tbe labor put on it frum
the beginning. These conditions are
plated upon the returned soldier, and
makes it Impossible for whites to
hold ou to tbe land, and It goes to
tlie Chinese."
HIKING Hi:i,l'SOU;i,Y ON
Ki:i KKUN-TI.S VhAlS WRONG
1AI.MADG-K PLAY TKACHKSI
Good Refcrcnc-tts Aro Often Dc»
ecu in ir antl >lmi> Working;
'      Girls Without Tlicm
siijs Constance
employers,
* is the foci
oo little at-'
aracter ond \
iast records
ris with lit-
-iy       would
"The Mysterious Rider
He I ri
Thou
her li
a po.
shining examph
(loylng help solely oi
e plat) is presented l
i delightful way hy Co
Igo In her newest pb
" lo he shown
Hit
YOI THRX HIKKH ON
LONG JAUNT HAKES
STOP IX CKAMIKOOK
I. O. 0. F.
KEY CITY LODGE, No. 42
Meets every
.Momlny night at
I'he Auditorium
Sojourning Oddfellows cordially
Invited.
R. P. Moffatt    -   Noble Qrand
W. U Adlard. P.O.  -  Rec. Bee.
The richness of flavor in
Pacific Milk ts due to the unusual amount of fresh, sweet
cream in ovary can, At tlie
-factories wo go by lhe hundred weight, for milk Is
bought by weight.
Hut to the user wbo thinks
in terms of runs, It means
tbal Rich tin of Pacific Milk
Is almost half pure cruuiu.
Pacific Milk Co., Ltd.
Head Oftlre, Vaarovrar, HI!.
t
The   trouble   with   romance and adventure is
—that it in-
terfcres,
some ti me.,
with office
hours.
But it need
not. To know
a lifetime of
thrills you
have but to
see
An editor, going away for n vacation, left his paper In charge of a minister. During the minister's stay in]
his sanctum the following tetter came
from a country subscriber:
Yuu know d well 1 paid my sub-
riptfon to your paper the lust time
I was In town. If I get any more such
letters from you as I received last
week I will come to town and maul
h  oui of ynu!
The minister answered:
1 huve been trying to maul that
thing out of tlie editor for ten years
past; and if you will really come to
town and maul it out of blm. then, my
dear sir, I have twenty members of my
lurch I wfll also get you to operate
ii.
All of which goes to show thai the
printer averages up pretty well with
the elect.—Tbe Business Printer.
irvpram/jroi^uon'
™eis6nef
i commencing  Motttlny,
In Mils picture tin- her
girl seeking it Job .vltlio
orences.     She is turned clown
where until finally slit- "borrow
referonccR   of   n nieii friend.
heme works nml Bhe gel:* ;i j.
io employ
it.    Hon
I', im,I   I
broader
,•».     li
,|,, jusi I
■M-ili boll
■villi; girl
ul   im- ill,
ml more human pol
picture sui    ■ - -; --
I ■ Vl.--.i-l.lt LLOYD
anil FOX  M.us
-t I ■ Mysterious Rider," mint Zane Gray'- novel, .1 tale
iirili* and adventure, with an
11 Ing ni delicious bwnor, Mr.
as :t powerful and sympath
ies 1  etlc role
e to*     Movie
um: iik \ mn ium 11
1'IIIIIIM    Mi KIM   |\
llll I I. Hlll.l
1   The producing e
■ ■ 1- ■ ■  Benjamin
| is.  Hampton,  mak,
r    :   great  photo-
1 plays. \~ many side
1    :- * n n his
phot dramatization
,,   ■ .. novels :,-
films and In the i
tush al si   r-ss thai
be writes for thei
■   ■ •  art back-
■ grounds to Intel pi
• ■■  ::.--.:-•
\inns of written ti'
Ii  the tech-
nical detfll
big productions.
* liut next tn the '■*-
irk of dramatizing,
, it Is most apparent
mosl to be ap-
' predated in his -
: rhe play-
ers to portray thi
*     ... ■■-:■-  of his
ustom, tradition and worship
■ dee   ol tl a established onci   held Mr. Mc-
- item  ta <■> Kim In strictly "villain" roles and he
then   I  will achieved greal nota for tin* excellence
*  refer- of bis villainy.   Hut Mr. Hampton saw
iln leading andlfhat  McKlm was a great  villain not
■•'■*■   because be was belter fitted    lo he a
ng their ossts-jvillain than anything else, bul because
' he was o greal actor
  a- "Wade" In "'Tin- Mysterious Rider." he haa a pari that is sympathetic all the way through, and he prov-
-  , ■       for    all    the wisdom of Mr.
Hampton's selection-
Mr- McKlm forms one Of or a powerful triangle who bear the histrionic  burden  of  the   play.       Others  of
the ■ .*-" are very effective and still
Tinher reflect the genius of the producer.    "The Mysterious Rider" plays
the Star T eatre, Friday and Sat-
r 13 and 14.
\   t'll\Y.
I'HMTO.PLAV MMKLTV
TO OPEA' A JU \ HERE
STAR THEATRE, PRIDAY ANU SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13th and llth.
k—
A distinct photoplay novelty is promise*! in "Footfalls" the William Fox
lar find | super-special whlcb will begin at the
1   mas-1Star on Wednesday. October 11.    Rett, -who viewers Ond audiences hail tlie prod-
: tc-   Hi tion as a notable    motion    picture
 . (achievement.      Those who have read
the story of 'Footfalls" by Wilbur Daniel Steele, which was awarded the
first prize as the best short story pub-
li:-hed in America in 1920, will wonder bout i'. could be presented faithful!] ti -. picture play, fur the central Idea hinges upon sound and hearing. It la said, however, that by the
means of a numlier of Ingenious devices a sort ot screen miracle has been
achieved, giving a vivid Impression of
the sound and bearing of footfalls
throughout,
"Footfalls'* Is declared to be a gripping and thrilling mystery photoplay,
a dnedrama of an entirely new type.
It deals with the experiences of u
New England cobbler. He develops
an extremely acute nnse of bearing
and a faculty which enables him not
only to recognize any resident of the
village by the sound of his or ber footfalls, but to Bense the state of mind
of his Intimates In the same way. The
footfalls 'b" blind man listens for
i:.. ii earnest!) are those of an assassin whom he feel sure will return to
the wene Of Ills i rime some day.
-TAK THEATRE, MONDAY AND TUESDAY    OCTOBER 9th and  10th.
Cruirhrnnk Im on the mad fur tht1
long distance bikers. It would seem.
Tliere bave been plenty uf them In evidence here, and tills week another
put lu an appearance hi the person of
Samuel Diamond, nineteen years uud
a half, wbo Ih walking from New Vork
to Mexico, via Canada, lie arrived lu
Cranbrook Sunday evening, and left
on Tuesday. He makes expenses on
tho way by selling curds with his picture oil at nny prico he enn get for
them. He came here from Calgary,
and goes from here to Spokane, up across tbe border again, on to Vancouver nud down to Mexico. On the conclusion or this little hike be plans on
a bicycle trip around the world, visiting the hlg cities und capitals, and
working his wny across (he ocean.
The youthful   biker   W also out on
the raid for hfs health, and during
his trip (bus far has pul on sonic
pounds In weight.     While   here   he
was introduced lo Mr. B, w. Beatty
president  of tlie C. P. It., who    pur
charted one of Ills cards,   and
liy Anthony Hope
Srenirio hy Miry O'Hara
Phetofraphy by John F. Seit*
Dramatization by Ktlw. Roue
STAR THEATRE,
Friday and Saturday. Oct ?7-28.
Ono show only each night.   Nu seat:
reserved.
year in the United Stales army. 11
wns a newsboy fn the suburbs of .Vv
York for five years. He has been o;
the way since April last, and expect
to finish In about a year more. H-
bns now vtslled elghl stntcs fn tlie I
fi., and s'x provinces of Canndt, •*■■*■'"
plies bad to bo replenished here, an
having worn through three pairs n
shoes on tho trip, he was filled ov
witb a new pair here, and also m-
cured a new khapsodk, un I wns lit*'-
ed by the Herald to the extent f
little assistance towards a cam oro h
needed to record somethlnn ot hi- tc
vols In picture form and his sWH< •
curds was nverluiuled here nlso. Bla'
ting out with fifty cents lit hts pock
et be made his way as for as Calgary
working fur bis meals eu routo, ami
spoke still hnd twenty cents to the good, At
_AMSchen_iL
presents
Constance
allli blm.    Youim liluiiiiinil In a nni I Hint point hr miiriwl tu rail hii onrda |
IW al Htm Yafk,   ud   .enml tor a to nn
: .Talmadge
I "Good Re/erence_r
^  J : —******—mtAtS PAGE   SIX
THE  CRANBROOK  HERALD
Tliui-s.lii), October  5, 10-_2
City Items of Interest
IT'S COMINO—"Prisoner of y,en.
Watch ror It,
+    +    t
Come iii now and
GET YOI It CROCKS
j to put down butter and eggs. We have
lull sizes frum une to eight gallons at -
MOFFATT'S  VARIETY  STORE.
+    +    -*-
!     R.  C.  Carr  has  been  awarded  tbe
contract tor interior decoration to the
JK.I'. Hall, which when  finished, will
be a big Improvement.
+   +   ■+
Insure with Bealo & Elweli.
+    +    +
We have In u Pull Une ol Winter
Rubbers, and—
Our  low  prices win every time.
W. F. DORAN.
+   +   +
SPECIAL NOTICE.—"Robinson Crusoe," the serial which has been  running al the Rex Theatre, will he con-1    Thu ,.egnUir meeting of the Police
tinned at the Star on Friday evenings j t-mumlssl(m waB Held this week, when
and at Uie Saturday afternoon matinee Uw UHiml bu8|neM   wnB   transacted.
"n'-v- ■'-  Acting on Instructions, tiie police have
+   +   + I been collecting a poll tax of $5 In the
The regular monthly moetlng of the Uny of late from mules who do not
School Board is being held ibis weekIcontribute rates or taxes iu the city
on Friday evening. coffers.    Quite a  respectable sum is
! likely lo be realized iii this way.
+    +    +
Fine weather  has  mado for good
progress on tin* new school building,
jaud the contractors are taking every
-advantage of It   Tho frame ts now
gOlllg up, lo he followed closely by the
bricklaying,
+   +   +
.\i. it. King, formerly ot this city, is
jhere this week registered ui the I'run-
brook.     He   is   hilt-Tested   in   a   ileal
whereby  the  Interests  of  tho  King
il.umbel' Company in this district may
i he transferred  to  local  lumberman,
ud put under development.
We are thinking
of YOUR safety
The protection of your
goodB, your business and
.vour jiome is vory Important lo you.
it. is oui- business to Insure
yuu Oils safety.
Muny a life's success has
been lost through a singlo
mishap.
We will protect you from
tho danger of loss.
We will make your safety
more safe.
When you think of safety
think of us.
REAL ESTATE
INSURANCE
Cranbrook
B.C.
Thomas Wholan, a former resident
and prominent business man of this
city, but now proprietor of lho Regent
Hotel, Vuncoiiver, spent a couple of
days here this week visiting old
friends, lie. left on Wednesday for
Calgary, and will visit eastern points
before returning to the Coast.
—Fernie Free Press
+    +    +
Some local capital has been int
ested in oil development iu Hie field
extending across tbe border from
southern Mbertn into Montana, round
Sweeigniss. Tliere is n large tract
held by the company for leasing. In
close proximity to some nf tbe bearing
wells Of the Imperial Oil Compaii;
and other hig concerns.
+    +    +
We have lu stock a full line of
Women's, Men's. Girls', Boys' and
Children's Shoes. Our Block Is com
plete und—
Our low  prices win  every time.
VV. F. DORAN.
SEE OUR  WINDOWS
VANCOUVERITES
CRANBROOKITES
nml every oilier kind of ll'KS
Our
Chanticleer Chocolates
wiili  the  wonderful  centres, have arrived  from
Vancouver packed in 1 11). and _ Ib. Hoxes.
Celebrate Canada's
National Candy Day
Thursday. October liith
hy purchasing your fresh Confectionery from
Haslam B6e Druggist
Me nre I'r pt.       Photic III.       tVe are Careful.
SEE  OUR  WINDOWS
JOHN MANNING
Sunlight Soap, per carton   2.ie.
si. Charles Mill;, family size, _ for 26c.
si. Charles Milk, Imhy size. I! for 86c.
K.<;. Coffee, per pound, Wc. mnl mie.
Ontario Concord QrapoB
per s iii. bosket  Hi 1.1111
Wealthy Apples, per bx, 11.75 and ..Mill
Water Melon, per Hi     Ie.
(.AST SHIPMENT (IK
Preserving Peaches
DUE FRIDAY
Mrs, L. Ruddy, of Jaffray, is a patient at the hospital here at present.
.Mrs. It. P. Moffatt left last weekend for SpokUUe where she is visiting
with relatives for a time.
The Baptist SVomen's Mission Clr-
le will meet at the home of Mrs. E.
Hircc. 227 Armstrong Avenue on Tues-
hiy, Oetoher 16th, at 3 p.m.
Goorge Love, of Waldo, continues to
make good progress toward recovery
[rom hts recent accident at the Ross-
Saskatoon mill there.
.Mrs. Murvey Drown hus returned to
the city nfler nil ahsence at the coast
for sium- -inn. for the hcuelit of her
Imallh.
-Mrs. A. Hull, of Fort Steele, wns
able io loavo iiu- hospital to-day.
Thursday, to return home, much improved in health,
C J. furrier, lleiiit'/.maii & I'o.'s re-
prosentatlve, of Nelson, him heen in
tho city tills week on one of his business trips.
Mr. S. Hembery of this city Is leaving ou Frldny uf this week un his return tn lils former home near Bristol,
England, after a residence In tho district of about twelve years.
Mrs. A- Collis has returned to her
homo In Creston with her little* son
whn has been ut the hospital for the
pas! five weeks, and whn is much Improved.
Miss .1. Leigh of Edmonton arrived
in the city on Sunday lust, and is visiting with her brother, A. 13, Leigh, for
a while. Miss Leigh hus been travelling through the went on holiday
fnr liie (last four mouths.
Alderman Geo. Mulr returned to the
city lust week-end after u stay nt
Grand Forks, wliere he wus seeing to
the packing and disposal of hfs fruit
crop there. Miss Eva returned with
him to Nelson, wliere she is now entering upon a course ut the Nelson
Business College.
On Sunday morning next at the
Methodist Church, Mr. J. M. Clark will
conduct the service. In the evening
Rev. E. W. MacKay will preach at the
regular service. Uev. B. C. Freeman,
pastor of the Methodist Church here,
is expected to return from Toronto
aboul the 22nd of this mouth.
Mrs. A. IC. Leigh is expected to return ou Sunday next from a visit to
the Gld Country and points in the
eust. She bus been absent nearly
four months. She will he accompanied by her youngest brother, who
will make his home In this country,
ft is expected.
Dr. and Mrs. F. W. Green and daughter, Miss Eleanor, left on Tuesday for
the Coast, expecting to be gone most
of the montii. Ur. J. M. Burnett, of
Greenwood, who has been here since
arly in September, relieving while
Dr. MacKinnon wus on holiday, will
remain during tliis month In tlie absence of Dr. Green.
Lady members of the teaching
staffs in the clly were entertained on
Friday evening nf last week ut the
home of Mrs. E. Paterson to u pleasant social evening. Tliere were about eighteen present, an informal social time, and music hy the hostess
passing tlie evening.
The ladies of St. Mary's Church
Guild held uu uftemoou tea on Wednesday afternoon, at the home of Mrs.
P. Farrell. A large number of ladles attended, and Ibe proceeds of the
afternoon amounted to ubout thirty
dollars, about evenly divided between
the proceeds of a raffle of a cake, and
the proceeds of lhe sale of afternoon
ten.
No bids were put In to the City, it
is understood, for the purchase of the
Brock building, which stands on the
comer lot of the block where the city
park she is being prepared, it has
been suggested that good use might
be mado of the place for use buck of
tho City Hull for storing machinery,
tools, etc., fulling the uppesirniiee or
nny purHnii-H-T for tlie place.
"Prisoner of SSenda;" bigger than
the "Four Horsemen." 32
Jas. Wheaton returned to his home
In this eity on Monday, after n short
stay in tlie hospital.
Mr, und Mrs. M. W. Burdett, of Kimberley. left last week for the Coust ou
holiday for a time.
C. McGrew, Mason & Rlsch representative, of Nelson, has beeu iu the
city during the past week.
Mrs. T. Haynes returned this week
to her home here, utter an absence
of three or four montlis iu the Old
Country,
Mrs. A. Ii. Rowberry und little
daughter, Buth. me both patients at
the hospital Ihis week, but ure now
on the mend.
K. It. Miichum lias this week purchased Ihe Burton residence, formerly   owned    by     R.   .1,   Binning,  ou
Armstrong,
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Haslam will
shortly be hiking up residence in the
Nelson hOUSQ On Lumsden, recently
occupied hy Mr. and Mrs, Snug.
Miss Mildred Harvey bus returned
to the city, and may again take up
residence here. She is is staying at
the   home of  her  sister,   Mrs.  Biroe
Miss Delia GlWvcs, of this city
who underwent uu operation for appendicitis on Wednesday at the Hospital, is making a good recovery.
Mr. und Mrs. A. F. Crowe expect to
leave tho city for Toronto about the
middle of next week. They will go
to Culgary, and from there east over
the C. N. R. to the Queen City.
A.   E.   Perkins,   piano  tuner,  well
known all through the interior of the
Province, bus been in the city and di:
trict this week on une of his periodical
visits.
Come In and look over our
RKIi AM) WHITE K3AMEL WABE
In  very  pretty  designs.
Now ou display in our window lit
MOFFATT'S  VARIETY  STORE
Mr. und Mrs. Stanley Peck and family, formerly of this city, and now of
Edmonton, have beeu visiting here nt
the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Me
Kowan, Mrs. Peck being a sister of
Mrs. McKowun. They left nn Wed
nesday to visit tit her relatives at
Erlckson. Mr. Peck was u visitor at
the local Rotary Club meeting on
Tuesday at the regulur meeting.
A peculiar situation arose ut Nelson lust Saturday when the sale of
property for delinquent taxes was
held. Among the properties going under the hammer was the Y.M.CA.
huilding ihere, worth at n conservative estimate between thirty and forty
thousand dnllers. It was bought by
tlie City nf Nelson for taxes amounting to about $1,200.
A. .1. Palimiiiist, of the Gamble Mln
Ing Company, returned this week to
Perry Creek, wliere he suys they will
he closing down fu about two weeks
Cor the season. Some further development is to take place In the way of
Installing additional plant, when the
property will be In a position to operate right along taking out the gold
of which Mr. Palmquist is showing a
good sample.
Complete line of,
MONARCH DOWN
all shades now in stock -at 40c, per
skein, and latest hand knitting book,
only 26c. each at—
MOFFATT'S  VARIETY  STORE.
flU-V" w^-V' —Vh" —Vfr1 M<^siiw^»n<|fcs>iis^ni>in<|ft^
SPECIAL LOW PRICES
Men's and Buys Miickinaws; Men's and Boys' Pants; Men's and
Ladles' Cloth Top Raincoats; Shoes and Rubbers; Wool Underwear; ami Sweaters for Ihe whole fnmllv itt
B. WESTON  id" Store Thai Bolls For Uh*
GHftr'-^l"*^' m-*j%   m*j\  mm   1fr« **y*m *H*Q
Dr. Bonnell, for 2'.\ years physician
for the minors of Fernle, has severed
bis connection with the llrin of Bou-
nell, Garner A Asselstlne, For some
lime the doctor has been studying to
specialize on the eye. oar, nose and
throat, and left yesterday for Chicago,
where he wfll spend several months
completing his course. When through
Dr. Bonnell wilt make Fernie his
headquarters. Mrs. Bonnell accompanied him to Chicago, but will return
about December lst,
—Fernle Free Press.
Tho cold nights of tliis woek have
started the curling bug working In the
minds of some enthusiasts, but perhaps most of them will agree that It
s a little premature yet to be putting
gadt clubs awny to take up the broom.
But with n big bonspell coming off
here this winter, it would he wise to
organize in plenty of time to get
things going smoothly when the weu-
Iher permits of taking 11 up. Some of
tlie criiek rinks of the clly are going
to get ull tlie practice they can In order that Ihelr home city may figure
prominently In the bonspell prl» Hit.
m
HOW ARE HIS EYES*
To insure progress and later
success have your dliild's
eyes examined und glasses
iltted when glasses will do
the most good —NOW.
An uncorrected error in
youth often works permanent
injury for life, Lol us muke
the test that will determine
whether glnsses are needed.
If not, we will tell you so
frankly   and  conscientiously,
W.H.Wilson
MH-. OPTICIAN
The   Toxltlonnlsl   will   re-open   Lu
the city ou October 14th, 88tf
Don't miss Lhe "Prisoner of Kondn1
Slur   Theatre,   October   27-28.     Only
one show   each night.
IN MKMOHIAM
Messrs. Dave Sutherland and A. II
Bullock returned to the city this week
after u holiday spent at Premier
Lake.
The Metliodlst Liulies' Aid will
meet on Tuesday next, October 10th,
nt the home of Mrs. W. C. Adlard, at
:i p.m.
Wm. Nell, of tlie Canyon City Lum
ber Co., Creston, is making a good recovery at the hospital, whoro he has
beeu a patient of late.
The Kootenay Garage bus taken the
agency for the Oldsmoblle curs und
trucks for tbis district, und is now displaying the new models at the garage.
Mrs.   H.   F.   Heimsing.   L. R.A.M..
Loud., Eng., is open to receive a limited numlier of pupils in  pianoforte.
Phone 474 or address P.O. Box 1107.
— 82tf
K. S. H. Winn, K.C, Supreme Mas
ter at Arms, Knights of Pythias, will
pay Crescent Lodge -1-*. Crunbrook, a
visit on Tuesday, October 10th. All
members und visitors are asked to
attend. Rank of Page will be con
ferred. 3:
The Grand Patriarch of the En
campmeut Order is expected to arrive
in tbe city next week, and will visit
the local lodge, Durham Encampment
probably on Friday of next week, and
a. committee has been named to look
after the details for the occasion.
Angus Hoy, district agriculturist,
has been busy of late taking in a numlier of the full fairs In the southern
part or the province, assisting in the
judging. He was home for the weekend, hut left again ou Tuesday for
Creston to attend the fair there.
The firemen were called out enrly
on Saturday morning of last week to
the rear of G. J. Spreull's residence,
where some hot ashes put out during
the day hud smouldered, burning
through a box and starting on the
fence before being noticed. It wus
soon extinguished with no lUimuge
dono.
Mr. und Mrs. Huffman, of Culgary
arrived here last week-end. and will
in ull probability make their home
here. They have been vlsiiing with
friends and their son, Dr. C, W.
Huffman, who has been located here
for somo time now. Thoy may take
up residence in the Dale house on
Garreu Avenue.
Donovan Charles Jecks.      Died at
Lethbridge, Alia.,   October 6th, 1918.
"Safe In the arme of Jesus."
Inserted by Parents and Brothers.
J VII.-HI.I.AKKH IN TIIE
TOILS AGAIN AFTER
SPELL OF LIREKTY
In Your Suit For Fall
Look For Style
Then you won't have to look for anything else.
The clothes that have Style are Bijre to he well
made, because you can't get lasting style without
line workmanship. Fabrics, too, will be right, because they are the only kind it pays to tailor so
carefully. Let us show you the new things in
Society Brand—always known for Style.
Mrs. F. c. Dory, of Lumberton. wbo
a patient ut the hospital here, Is
reported to lie doing nicely.
Miss Annie Stralth, late secretary to
lion. W. H. Sutherland, minister of
public works ut Victoria, bus left for
Ottawa, having been appointed one
of the secretaries for Hon. J. H. King.
Miss Stralth had previously been secretary to Dr. King before his present federal api ointment. She was
connected wllh tlie British Mission nt
Washington during the war, and in
Victoria she was the only member of
her sex balding the position of private secretary to a cabinet minister.
ment of this advertisement,   City
Police Office. --Hf
POLICE COURT CA.SES
COME ITP FOK HEAtt-
INi-i OntlN-N THE WEEK
McIVnk Makes His Way to Mid
wny, After Heing at Law*
For Ahout a Week
The adventures of Charles McPeake
who broke from the custody of the pout Pentlcton ou September -ilth.
by escaping from the prtivinlcul lockup, were brought to an abrupt ending
on Tuesday, when he was arrested ut
Midway hy Constable Stewart, of tbe
provincial police. He wus taken budk
to Pentlcton that nlghl, escorted by
the constable, and wus later committed hy Magistrate Pope to stand trial
Ml u charge of breaking from lawful
custody.
McPeak was arrested on September
.0 on a charge of having stolen property in his possession, and was remanded till September 25th by tbe Magistrate. On the morning of that day,
however, lie dashed away, after having scaled the stockade wall of the
police station, and eventually ho went
to earth under the Salvation Army
Hall fu Pentlcton. From this place
he was unable to escape, until the evening, wheu a woman living ln a portion of tbe building, innocently dug
him out, complying with his request.
A charge has been preferred ng-
iilnst McPeak here fnr the theft nf
his baseball outfit which be bad the
use of while playing ball In this dls-
trtot tUMMMi.
Pred J. Mayoff was arrested during the past, week by Provincial Constable Green of Kimberloy nt the Instance of tlie city police on a charge
of theft of a pack sack from the Century Restaurant, Van Home Street.
The accused duly appeared before Magistrate Leask and was committed for
trial. A series of sneak thefts, particularly of blankets is on gaging lhe
attention of the police. At many places blankets nre required, und this
induces the "stony brokes" to pilfer
from the injure fortunate.
Ou Monday, October 2nd, a number
of eases were disposed of at (he city police court. Arvur Grilllths. on
tin Intoxication charge was fined $r>0
or in default thirty days. Arvur got
n a mix-up with bis Tin Lizzie and j
fortunately Oor him wan unable to
make it go, or else n more serious
charge might have been preferred against him. Alexander Bertrnnd Or-
macbe had a bout of fisticuffs with
Dang, a Chinaman of the Union Cafe.
Alexander, a veteran of the French
army, objected to Dung's endeavors
to Must him from the premises, wben
disorderly there. He wns fined $20
on the assault charge, and promised
to behave in future.
WANT ADS.
FOR SALE— In best residential section of Cranbrook, 7 room house,
flro place, hot water heating, three
lots. Will sacrifice at u low valuation that shows a gross revenue
now of 14 per cent, on a low rental
that could be Increased materially,
Address Owner, Hox 11. Herald
Olllce. 31-34
FOR SALE—Five roomed bouse with
hath, garage and shed on Dlirwell
Avenue. $1,110.). Can be had on
terms.   Apply A. F. Crowe. tf
FOR SALE—R.C. and S.U Drown Leghorn Cockerels, pure bred. $2.i.fl
each.   Write Box 408, Cranbrook. ()-:i
8TAH  SECOND HAND  STORE
Phone 9,
We pay tbe best prices going (or ell
kinds   of   furniture.     Wo buy anything from a mouse trap to an automobile.
W. W. Kilby, Auctioneer and Valuer
FOR SALE. — Podge car, run 3,000
miles. Mclaughlin Four, in first
class condition. Apply to Martin
Bros.,     Cranbrook. 281 f
FOR SALK-One pocket billiard tuble
In good Condition; cheap for cash.
Reason for selling, space desired
for other purposes, iiox in7. Cranbrook, P.C. 32
POR SALE -Seven Alrdale pups, pure
bred, mule. Can he seen ut Mrs.
Isaiah Monro's, 2011 Dewur Ave. il2tf
FOR SALE, — A good large fire proof
Bnfe. Apply ll. Weston, Baker
Street. 8811
J. K. Chorlton
TtSAfllKIt OF
'CBI.LO and VIOLIN
TUIIMN    -      II Pit Ubioii
III HANSON AVI.NCI
— Phono 1120 —
Yon can get Pond for Yourself
and Pood for Your Car at
CANAL FLAT
Pull Une of Groceries and Provisions
WANTED—Comfortable room with tt|
private family; light house-keeping, j
Reply'to Herald Olllce. 32tf
WANTED—Roomers, wil bout bonrd. I
Two r/iiuns, modern. Apply at Her-1
aid Ollice. 82tf
FOUND—During the past few duys,
two gold rings, no setting, und a
coaster wagon. Owners cun have
same on proving property nnd puy- j
W.  NICOLL
HOOTS ANIl SHIM'S
REPAIRED
Norbury  Attune — Holwccn the
2 moving picture tlientres.   Former olllce of Cranbrook Agency
(live ii Iteturncil Mnn a Trial
Tcli'|ilioiii> llll
Ml. llox 3111
CRANBROOK CARTAGE & TRANSFER CO
Towriss & Adams
Agents for Hard and Soft Coal.   Distribution Cars a
Specially.   Excellent Warehousing.
OI-POHITK C.P.R. DEPOT
wnimimiwi—
CRAN HOOK, B.C.

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