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THE CRANBR( >0K HERALD
VOLUME 17
CRANBROOK,   BRITISH COLUMBIA,
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4th. 1916
NUMBER 44
HALLOWE'EN HHED BULL
IIISTIMS PRESENTS li SUPPLYlFUKD DMIIS
Fl M i» TUB    FOR THE PAST WEEK
St John Ambulance Association Score  Big Hit at
Auditorium Last Friday Evening—
Beaetiful  Costumes
Tho iiMi.'iunrude bull at tin* Audltor-
tuiu OD Friday Inst iiiuIit tho auspices
ut tlio Ht. John Ambulance association
pFOVOd   t()   llO Ullt'  Of   till1   Must   HUCl.'CHS-
ful events or this character ovor hold
In tho oily.
Tho decorations worn In mil Hal*
lowu'on style and the hull wns novor
boforo moro artistically and tastefully
docoratod. Vory groat prulse is due
Miss Whitehead, convenor ol the decoration commlttoo, and Miss McBride, Miss Marlon Robertson and MiBS
Alexander of the eamo commtttoo.
Mr. John Martin and Mr. D. M. Cowan,
assisted the ladles with tho work,
greatly otmlsting in the carrying out
of many of the color schemes.
When a Herald representative dropped in on tho merry aoeno—In the
wee hours of Saturday morning—
a gay throng of merry dancers, garbed
in their soveral costumes, flitted by to
tho strains; of lively music. Characters from tlio lowly peasant to the gay
and debonulr prince wore fn attendance. The night was In keeping with
that time-honored occasion. As the
throng moved gracefully on we noticed
Persian Princesses, Italian Peasants,
Dutch Peasants, Spanish Ladies, Chinese Ladies .Co urt Ladies and ever, the
"Culled" Lady was thero.
The gentlemen's costumes were varied In make-up, from the lfith century
Btyle to   Uie nobby   1915   Cranbrook
dross, Costumes were worn which
would do credit to Spokane aud other
largo nearby cltloo. In thc men's
iviitumoH wo noticed "Culled" Gentlemen, Hobos, Plerrotta, Ubosts and
good old Kauta Clans.
Tho Judge"—Mrs. V. W. Oreen, Mrs.
K. Patorson and Mr. W. K. Worden—
had considcr--.blo difficulty in award-
ling tho prizes, owing to thc fact that
;si) many of them were worthy of an
' award. After lengthy deliberation
Mr t. Geo. F. Stevenson, attired na a
' Venetian Peasant, received the ladlea
prize, consisting of f\ silver and pearl
l mounted umbrella, while Mr. J. M.
Christie /rs a school bay. was awurd-
, cd tlio gentlomcn'n pHw, thlB being a
j box of cigars.
I The Misses Hickenbotham, Well-
mun, Caslake, Robertson and Watt
I formed tho supper committee, and
j under their direction refreshments
! wero served In an attractive manner.
' I'mior the leadership of Mrs. Arnold
Wallinger, the Cranbrook orchestra
i provided the music, which waa of a
: high class order and which merited
hearty applause at the conclusion of
each number.
] The association are to be congratulated on the financial result of the
ball, tholr funds being augmented to
the extent of $109.00, which amount
will be used In the direction of providing Christmas presents for the Cranbrook boys now on overseas service.
Oriental Cop Offered for Competition
Specials Being Offered in
Several ('lasne*
The executive of the Cranbroolt
Poultry associaUon met on Tuesday
evening, when considerable work was
done in connection with the furthcoming show.
FrODl advices received there should
bo a considerable number of birds on
exhibition from outside points. Invermere, Windermere, Pernio and
Crouton fanciers are planning to oom*
pete.
Mr. Beattic of Waldo, lias offered
an Oriental cup for competiUon and
Secretary Cooper reported that several
other specials had been offered during
the past week. The committee have
not yet allotted tho special prizes, as
they hope to receive donations of still
more specials before completing the
prize list
Members of the association who have
not yet placed their orders for wheat.
aro requested to communicate with the
secretary during the next few days.
THE HONOR ROLL i
CRANBROOK SCHOOLS
Children Attaining Perfect Attendance
for the Month of
October
The report of tho Cranbrook schools
for the month of October show vory
encouraging results. The honor roll
1» worthy of notice of the many parents.   Tlte report:
1101.1. OK HONOR
Cranhrook Central School
Division I.   K. S. Shields
John Noble
Agnes Reekie
Muriel Baxter
Dorothy Reed
Margaret St. Slot
Gladys 1'a run by
Division 2.- Ivor Bassett
Helen Worden
Ivy Bidder
Marlon MacKinnon
Kvelyn Moore
Hugh Simpson
Mary Mann
Division :.   MIbb Bechtol
Norman Beeoh
otto am
(labrif-Uii Hamilton
Freda Taylor
Keith Wasson
Alma Sarvis
Division i—MIBB (iiegerlcb
Faith Kwin
Charlie Clapp
Unore him
Roblna Somervlllt1
I.HW1..HI (Iwllllain
Kdith Uwi-t
Division 5,   Mlm Richards
Arthur GUI
Thelma Patmore
Muriel Reade
Vivian Kummer
Donald Morrison
Jack Ward
Division 6.—Miss Pye
Wllma Stevenson
Kthol Clapp
Eunice Parrett
Viva Lister
Hope Taylor
Raymond St. Eloi
Division 7.—Miss Fisher
Class A.
Florence Gard
Aitm McDonald
Chu Gun Yee
Jean Wilson
Class B.
Norman Parker    •
Kuth McNabb
Edward Whlto
Willie Taylor
Division 8.—Miss Faulkner
Arthur Shankland
Cordon Brechin %,
Bennifl Murgatroyd
Ray Beech
Robbie Taylor
Hazel Livingstone
Addle Rosindale
Edwin Jocks
Division 9.—Mies McLennan
i'lass A.
Alice Stevenson
Mary Beattie
Class B.
Fred Stojack
Lawrence Foster
Class C.
Potor Brennan
Allcyne Wallinger
Class D.
Sherman Harris
Herbert  Pntmoro
PREFECT ATTK>DA>TK
Division l.
Carolled  20
Average attendance 19,6
Charlie Armstrong
Elsie Beattie
1 Muriel Baxter
,    Agnes Reekie
Addle Bennett
Gladys Brooks
Meiviiio Dallas
Jonjtle Hopkins
Clarence Hickenbotham
(iraee McFarlane
Sydney Murgatroyd
(irenvillo MtiBser
John Noble
Margaret St. Eloi
Orvll Thompson
Cordon Taylor
Division 2.—Ivor Bassett
Average attendance 31,55
Percentage attendance 92.79
Nina Behmgor
Ivy Bidder
Frank Bridges
Edith Cummlngs
Ruby Deacon
Graco Doris
Harold Haslam
Ing Wai Hoy
Ida Johnscn
Horatio Jecks
ember h h Will »«■ "Sock Day"
Lasi (hance te Send Litlle
( omforts tit Soldiers
Acknowledged   hy Secretary   Mrs.  J.
M. (onus—Llsi of Donations
Received
At the regular   meeting ot tlie   St.,    Mrs. J. M. Coutts begs to acknow  ;
John Ambulance A   loelation on Tues- ledge receipt of tho following dona-1
day eveningi November 2nd, it was do- tlons   to   Uio   supply   fund   of   the 1
elded to hold   anoUier   "Sock" day. j 1. o. D. K,:
This is at Uie request of several people 1    Per Miss Alexander ■
nil as it will help to   complete the'    (Subscriptions for October)
hrlstmas boxes it will be held on Mrs, Cherrington
Puesday, November Bth, ut Miss Me- Miss Cherrington
Leod's ston- Any contributions win j Miss Woodland .
be gratefully acknowledged and a box
NEXT FRIDAY EVENING
Arrangements   Completed   for    Entertainment   by
Children of Central School—Special
Costumes—Curtain  at 7.45
•    Practising fur
n. In br niv.'ii by the
l(J I tnil school lit tlm
in  evening of Friday
lie achool   concert
pupils or tho Cen-
Auditortum on Uio
November    iSth,
Mr. F. Wooclluud
CRAABROOK BOWLING
CLUB ORGANIZED
HckefJnle Drawn Up lor the Winter
Moath*-Trophies mil he
Presented
On Sunday afternoon November 7tli
at four o'clock, there wlll be a special
meeting for men In tho V. M. C, A
building. This Is the Ilrst of a aerie
of meetings to be held under the auspices ot the association to which ull
the men of the city ure Invited. There
wilt be special music und a short address will be given by the Rev. Mr
Thomson, taking as his subject "The
Future leaders ot the World."
At a meeting of bowlers held in the
association building on Wednesday
evening of this week n club wns organized to be known ns the Cranbrook
V. M. C. A. Bowling Club. The ollicers appointed at the meeting were um
follows:
President—Mr. A. C. Harshaw.
Vice-President—Mr. E. V, Brake
Secretary—Mr. D. M. Cowan.
These officers with Messrs. L. Bar-
I
,t Christmas gifts wlll be despatched
it the earliest possible date. j
Anyone having yarn out will please
lo tlieir best to complote tiie work and
hand it in on Tuesday at tlio latest.
Contribute i    of     handkerchiefs,
ooth-brushos, paste, bootlaces (loatli-
f). num. hard candy, ulgarottos, to-
lacco,   |ii|ies.   puzzles,   short   stories
rom magazines, load pencils, und post
■md: or paper and envelopes will bo
non acceptable.
Mr. Duiiuld Fairbulrn
Mrs. Cordon Mecredy .
Mr. Cordon Mecredy ..
.10
time- not the usual Cranbrook concert or danco or party time. In this
programme are a number of children
of lender years who are taking leao-
iliK  parts and who will naturally be
Igoes on continually.   School is open ,,„ .,,,.,,     ,      ,   .     .„    , .
tired ^louid tiie .how Inst until a lata,
'; trom 9 00 to 4 00, as In the summer |10Ur. It Is, therefore, hoped tha
I term, in order lo allow time for prac- Cranbrook patrons of this entertain*
I tke without interferring with school ment will make an effort to get nrowtd
ti. 16
rk.
Per Mrs. Harney-—
Hev. Father Anthony ..
Mrs. Ornilaton 	
Lieut T. H. Banliold...
Total   ..'..•	
M, B, Coutts,
Financial Secretary.
• Nidd wlll officiate ut tlie piano
liis   orchestra   will   accompany
.' of the Bongs and give a couple
BlCCtlon«  besides.
drills
luipro
fast, non
IVOME.V8 INSTITUTE
DONATE HOSPITAL BED
UK A I'll OF MISS
FRANCES BAltTON
I niininioiislj  Donate I5UJX) nf Funds  Former t'ranbrook Young l.uil) I'nss
for "('rniiliriiok Women's Instilnte   !     Ann) at t'reslon nt tlie Tender
"''il" Age of 11 Yours
On Tin
mjoynhle
told in lh
if the Wi
• lay afternoon last a vory; Cranhrook people generally will
mil Interesting meeting was learn with profound regret of tin
Maple hall by tho members death of Miss Franco*, Barton, a for
mirs InsUtute.   After   the mer resident of this city, ut the age
usual business w;, i dlspi il of a mo- of 14 years.     The following obituary
tlon   was   made  I  curried  ununl- notice from the Creston Revlow will
mouBly that 160.00 of its hinds Bhould bo read by llerald readers with keen
lie sent to provide u b"tl for wounded jrogret:
Canadian soldiers ln the Duchess ut The removal by death of a mem-
Connaught hospital In Kngland, to be Iter of Creston's quttc-lurge coniliiun-
cnllcd the "Cranbroolt Women's In- Hy of school children thnt The Review
stiiuie lied" The subject for tho has had tp record in many months oc-
day's ses ion was the(i taken up, viz.,' eurred early Sunday morning, when
li bale on "Resolved, That Woman   Frances Washington, second daughter
tion
as lo da
0,
liie ,
incerl it fer
Friil
nek
y. tho 1
is   ere   i
-'th.
ind i
ol the ISth.
i    fur" infill
bou
Will
1   the
o an
taken up no
illon
can be
ibtalt
ed.
1  Plan of the
hall
will  be
phi
P at
the Beat	
Mill'
hy Drug
still
■ on
Monday, the
Bth.
The   1
rent,
ll   lie
kets   lobtaln-
able
from the
inged fo
pupil
a nu
- mill
nber.
i run Co n b.1
d Beat in any
part
Of   the  |
ouse.
r
less you on
eha,
go your
lick, t
it   ul
ly couuts as
Oil  I
dmlsslon
tick.
t;
t it at onie
will bc
oo late.
ll,
irs open
at ;.
15 an
J the coucert
will
eoninii nee at
74r.
harj    icbool
early.
Patrons are requested to take their
seats before 7 4ft, as continual move-
ment among the audience easily din*
tracts young p**r form ers and this de*
tracts from the enjoyment ot those
wiio were considerate enough to be t»
time
Tht* programme is a long one ud
positively no encores will be allow-*!
Tlf* various performers are obtaining
special dresses for tlieir parts and
then is no question but that tlie group-
ing <>f tli. daintily dressed children ta
tl:-' different drills, etc . will be a
moat pleasing sight.
The whole of the proceeds of the
night, -^eluding expends, will be devoted to patriotic purposes, details to
be settled by the teachers when tliey
- * what there ia to be distributed.
No public school concert has been
given in Cranbrook for at least four
years. If parents and ratepayers
think the idea a good one. let them ex-
prest their opinions by attending In
full force, as unless this one is a sue-
cess it may be a long time before an*
other is attempted.
th<
Should Not Work Outside her Own <>f Mrs- J. M. Barton, passed away ai
Home." Wage-ear ntng subjects wero! the tender age of 13 years and I
debarr d*. This waB handled very ef-' months. Frances war, born at Sandon
fcctlvely hy .Mrs. Cauldwell as leader,; and came here when about six months
supported by Mrs. Russell, Mrs. Bln-!old, Her health was never robust, be-
Ming und Mrs. It. Palmer. j ing troubled at times with intiamma-
Mrs;. McFarlane led the opposition,: tory rneumatisra-   On that account sh<
oppi
litli  Mrs.  Shaw. Miss Klmpton and
nes and L. Crowe form the executiv
committee.
Applications were received from live ]
teams for entry in u ten-pin league.
which the meeting decided to open on ■
Saturday, November 6th, the schedule
tu run as follows;
Offices vs. Tigers—Saturday, November 6th.
Tigers vs. City—Monday. November
8th.
Y. M, C A. vs .Shops—Wednesday,
November 10th.
City vs. Offices—Kriday. November
12th.
Offices vs. Y. M. C. A.—Monday. November lr.th.
Shops vs. Tigers—Wednesday, November 17th.
Y. M. C. A. vs. Ctty—Frtdny, November 19th.
Shops vs. Offices—Monday, November 22nd.
Tigers vs. Y. M. C. A.~ Wednesday.
November 24th.
City vb. Shops—Friday, November
26th.
Officea vs. Tigers- Saturday. November 29th.
Y. M. f. A. vb. ShopH—Wednesday.
December 1st.
City vs. Offices—Friday, December
3rd.
Offices v». Y. M. C. A.—Monday, I>o-
e ember dth.
ShopB vs. Tigers—Wednesday, December 8th.
Y. M. C. A. vs. City—Friday, December 10th.
Shops vs. Offices—Monday, December 13th.
Tigers vs. Y. M. C. A.—Wednesday,
December 16th.
City vs. Shops—Friday, December
17th.
Trophies are being presented ror
team competition also to the Individual bowling the highest average
throughout the league
The bowling allies aro reserved on
Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings alter eight o'clock for league
s Mrs.  Fred  Clark
ssistants.    Tha
minutes
spent last winter at Portland, Ore.,
with her uncle, Capt. Geo. H. Male, returning here in July, apparently in tiie
CiMTK OCTOBER DERBIES
PLEASES VICB-MBS,
Reveille has soundod.   what   welcome
rail
Tm out men of the 54th,
For the last parade into ranks they
fall
T.-yv  been mailed to prove their
worth.
To a port unknown   they soon   will
One of the tlmlfect bits of publicity work on behaU ot the Creston
Valley was turned on Friday evening
lost when the b'j cl ! train carrying
Viee-Presldedt Bury, and the Wceforn
Vice-President, Gr^nt Hall, of the C.
I'. R, on a trip of inspection over the
western lines was stopped at Creston
to allow a deputation of citizens pre-
ent .Mr. Bury with a crate of ripe]
itrawberrles, whicli had been gathered
that afternoon on the Grady ranch at
minutes about tvyo weeks before the end came,  IJm:k Creek-°r*(? of two crates picked They may not be all native born
that day j.*or the Kootenays art yet young;
It. M. Reid, president of the board  uut their lot was   cast for   a manly
of trade made the presentation in bis morn
boat style.   In   accepting them   Mr.      Here to toil for the wage hard won.
What tbey think   of the country   Is
surely proved
By the way they have answered Its
sail
Their part at the front to bear;
in the   Empire's cause   they will not
fail
B t It's final triumph share.
best of health, and continued so until
Daders being   allowed   five
acli aud   supporters   three
.u ii.      Mrs.   Sarvis   made   a   good I w*u'u ber heart began to trouble her.
fiolrman and certainly rang tbe bell j Although a quite serious attack It was
, ,, i not thought fatal until a few minutes
Ion time being called.   Many valuable;
| before she passed away. The fun3ral
and laughable thoughts, were brought .   ,     , ..    .       «
! took place on Monday afternoon aud
up by both sides for and against the \ was largely attended, the school scho-
; subject, Uio judge;; di eidlng in favor of j ]arB bL,ing there !n a j^dy to pay tlieir
■ the opposition by live points to three. hast respects. Rev. R. B. Pow. as-
This decision seemed to moet with the Listed by Rev. F. L. Carpenter, cm-
hearty approval of tho sUty-threo] ducted service at the house, and n-
ladica present. The Institute lias | mains were interred in Creston ceme-
becomo a real live factor In Cran-j tory. Deceased who was in her four-
brook, with a roll of over a hundred teenth year, was a particularly bright
members and a average attendance of j pupil and was a great favorite with
fifty each meeting. Tiny also have both young and old. In their sad be-
a lending library of one hundred books jreavement Mrs. Barton and family
for member:; only and now are work-[have the truest sympathy of tholr
Ing on an Institute cook book. j many friends.
(Contlnww ea page two).
ChristmaLS Caches
Our new slock nf fresh fruits, etc., for your Christmas
cooking arc in.   Call iu aud see them aud pel our jirlccs.
Orange Pcol  2,*,c. th.
Lemon Peel   25c. lh,
Citron Pool 8Se. ID.
Package Soodoil and SecdlesK Kaislns I,",c. Hi.
In hulk  2 tha. 85c.
Package Currants  lfic, lh.
la hulk .■•> Ihs. 25c.
Clnrnlco Almond Paste, 1-2 lh. tin   Kir.
Glace Cherries Muracliino, II) 76c.
Sweet (irouiid Almonds, lias  ... lac
Sultanas, It   15c.
Shelled Walnuts, II 80c
Shelled Almonds, lh  ,60c.
We si ill have choice eating apples:
Per llox  I1.R0
Hall' llnx »0
Pour Ih s 25
Drop iu luice of wheat this week. Choice grade of
wheal, now $2,00 cwt.
A car of bran and shorts and a car of Timothy anil
Prairie Hay In this week. Special low prices by ton or hall
ton.
Cranbrook Trading Co.
us then  if we  be moved
lads who have given their
Bury stated that the gift b it i otrflrmi d
tho impression he bad always held of
fruit-growing possibilities of the Valley- Information gathered at first ,.au;
hand particularly when superintendent wiiv mock
it Cranbrook—and assured his hear- por ^^,1
■*rs ti.at anything the company could Bj|
in to advance tho Interests of this section would liave liis favorable consideration.                                                      ' Think, too, on our mothers nobly cant
Tlit* berries were a particularly fine      In thut stern saerlflrial mould;
crate both as to size and color and They gave their wins unto the last
that they tasted good may he gleaned      That the bands of our Kmplre ever
from th«* following telegram: hold.
Pentlcton, B. C, Ocl  23,    | Tho' bitter now the pain they bear
President Hoard of Trade, Creston: They turn to Him who gave His son:
Strawberries were immensely enjoy- And trust   their   loved   one*   to Ht»
■ d.   (Mad to see progress Creston Is        rare
making. j    To hold thorn lafc till victory's won.
<;.■.) Bury,   !
Mr, Bury was nol exactly .1 stranger .[ P*m
in a strange land here, as he readily J All honor then to the R4th
1 potted au old friend In H B Bovan    ,    All glory and renown;
Dick and Oeorge, nn tliey called each When the fiery hell is belching forth
other  having sldeklcked together 01}j    May you never Ih* east down.
the preliminary Biirvey work on the (Avenge your comrades who h*T* Wl
crow line,   Incidentally ii may in- re*     Through   the   foeman's    treachery
marked that Mr, Bury cornea naturally        foul;
by his liking for Creston strawberries. Till tlit* final victory sounds the knell.
During his
long as !>,
lie always
from here
residence in Winnipeg so
■k was on the (jrlifin ranch
secured ids season's supply
Creston Review,
FOIMVMUl, THE 54THI
Oh, turn your   thoughts to   Vernon's
slopes
Join there the cheering throng;
Who hail tbe cream of our country's
hopes
That go to help right the wrong,
Thej are tli.. best we hav to give
Tho ptfk of the Kootenays store;
- that we who are loft may llvi
in this Und of ptwo secure.
(if that ruthless grasping ghuul.
To the Bons of the "Kootenays" shoot
your greet
Their courage will not fail;
And when In time again we meet
Romemberi they're   worthy   of our
hall.
Lest we forget, as In the pant
Wjten tlie strife is o'er, and victory
wort;
Now Is the time to lay at our mast
Provision for that timo to come.
-J, W   Weston.
llanliury. II. ('.,
October 30th, lilt PAGE TWO
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
THURSDAY,    NOVEMBER 4th, 1915
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ANNOUNCEMENT
The Herald Is being conduct
ed this week under a provisional agreement for lease from
the owner of the plant. Arrangements of a permanent
character will likely he
completed within the next few
days, when an announcement as
to thc management under
which thc Herald will he published In future, will appear In
next week's Issue.
it. 1. Williams.
King George recently isHued an appeal for "more men and yet more."
This message was sent to every part
of the llrltlsh Kmptre and appeared
In on "Extra" or the Canada Gazette
on October 25th, The message is as
follows
To my People:
At this grave moment In the struggle
between my people and a highly organized enemy who has transgressed
tho laws of nations und changed tlie
ordinance that binds civilized Europe
together, I appeal to you.
I rejoice in my empire's eltort and
I feel prldo In the voluntary response
from my subjects ull over the world
who have sacrificed home and fortune
and life Itself In order that another
may not inherit tlio free empire which
their ancestors and mine have built.
I ask you to make good these sacrifices. Thc end is not in sight. More
men and yet more men are wanted to
keep my armies tn the field and
through them to secure victory and
enduring peace. In ancient daye the
darkest moment has ever produced In
men of our raco the fternest resolve.
I ask you men of all classes to come
forward voluntarily and take your
share ln the fight, in freely responding to my appeal you wlll be giving
your support to our brothers who for
long months have nobly upheld Britain's past traditions and the glory of
her arms.
George, It I.
Thero has been of late considerable
speculation as to what steps would bc
taken by tho authorities at Ottawa to
ensure Canada's share in tbe burden
of thc war being at least equal to tiie
shares taken upon themselves by
other parts of thc empire.
The King's appeal has brought forth
the following official statement:
"The government received through
hlB royal highness, the governor-general, on the 25th Inst., n cable message
from the secretary of state for the
colonies scttng fortlh the recent appeal made by his majesty, tlie king,
for an increase in the forces of the
empire, which are required to secure
victory and enduring peace.
"Since that duty the government
havc secured from the various camps
and enlistment depots in Canada :
statement of the number of men al
ready enlisted and under training in
this country, as well as complete information respecting the number dispatched overseas."
The estimate based on this information is as follows:
"Forces dispatched overseas, induing small garrisons at Bermuda (St
Lucia), Idi,noo. Under training and
on guard and outpost duty ln Can
ada, 71,000.   Total, 173,000.
"Tlie forces actually authorized up
tto tho fith ot July last were 160,000
men. Having regard to thc appeal issued by his majesty, and taking into
consideration the necessities of thc
war, the government have concluded
to Increaso the authorized forces by
100,000 men. Accordingly an order'
in-councll has been passed Increasing
thc authorized Canadian forces for the
purposes of the war to 250,000, Steps
will be taken In lho Immediate future
to enlist the additional number of men
required to bring the Canadian forces
up to the number thus fixed."
" Lily Lancaster
Harold Leask
Kussell Leask
Marion MacKinnon
Annlo McBirnte
Mary Mann
Evelyn Moore
HobIo Service
Hugh Simpson
Violet Simpson
Crossley Taylor
Albert Webb
Helen Worden
Division 3.*-Kfflo M. Bechtol
Enrollment  3**
Percentage   u
Norman Beech
Malcolm Belanger
rhiules Chapman
Donald Dulles
Otto GUI
John Grant
Bruce Laurie
Margaret Morrison
Edith Murgatroyd
Alma Sarvis
Viola Sarvis
Ruth Simpson
Edward Taylor
Freda Taylor
Garfield Taylor
Keith Wasson
Everett Williams
Division 8.---MISB H. Qiegerlch
Percentage of attendance 96.B7
Hubert Beaton,
Elsie Bluck
Freda Briggs
Leonard Burton
Millie] Cameron
Christine Carson
Charlie clapp
Faith Ewin
Mabel Finley
Donald Grant
Lenore Hill
Archie Horie
Harold Kummer
May I^ancastcr
Martha Messenger
Jack Moffatt
Harry Musser
Isabel Parker
Reive Parker
Maud Scott
Cyril Selby
Warren Spence
Jack Stevens
Robina Somervtlle
Norman Wasson
Arthur Couldwell
division 6.—MIbb Jennie if. Richards
Pupils enrolled  *2
Percentage  M****
Dorothy Bassett
Vera Baxter
Howard Brogan
Lena Brogan
Norval Caslake
Elisabeth Chapman
Arthur GUI
Candace Henderson
Thomas Hogarth
Gertrude Hopkins
Stella Johnson
Vivian Kummer
Lenore Little
James Logan
Donald Morrison
Freda Osborn
Wllma Park
Thelma Patmore
Thomas Reekie
Ruby Scott
Sam Speers
Jack Ward
Division, 7
Delia Baxter
Marjorie Burton
Ray Hill
Wong Hum
Walter Lee
Vera Lister
Arthur Lower
Murray McFarlane
Alexia Messenger
Helen Mueller
Olive Simpson
Helen Somervlllo
Mary Somervllle
Raymond St. Eloi
Joe Stojack
Quecnle Swain
Hope Taylor
James A. Taylor
Robert Boyter
Division 7
Aggregate attendance 835. B
Percentage  92.83
Eva Armstrong
Malcolm Brogan
Eddie Bliss
Meryl Carson
Jack Dixon
Alex. Grant
Edwin Jacks
Stanley Kimball
Ralph Udds
Healthful Sleep
is necessary for the enjoyment and prolongation
of life. During sleep Nature renews thc vital
forces of the body and restores the energy.
Sleeplessness is one of the evil results cf indigestion.
To avoid it, keep the stomach well, the liver active and
the bowels regular. The health of these organs
Is Assured fcy
Beecham's Pills. A harmless vegetable remedy, which
acts immediately on the stomach, liver, bowels and kidneys, toning and putting them in good working order.
Millions of people sleep well and keep well because, at
the first unfavorable symptom, they begin to take
ftEEWAMS"
W»f*h i> AuIum a Boa
tnsmt Ml»>r Vtmu.tt.rr'm.^l.tUtM,, *ffl*****f^i"*
SoM ev.ry*liere ta Canada ,n.l I .'. Anurlea,   mt  -'■'   »•
tilVin laKBHk
Melville Unsk
Annus MacDonald
Urey Moseley
Norinun Parker
Ralph Roblntton
Frank Hoy
Wllllo Stewart
Willie Selby
Douglas". Thompson
Wllllo Taylor
Kdward White
Jean Ward
IJulsy Whittaker
(Jon Yee
Frank Huwkesworth
Beatrice Armstrong
Division 8.
Hay Beech
Clifford Blayney
Alice Chapman
Auruh Grant
James Gilchrist
Bertie George
Dorothy Henderson
Doris Parker
Arthur Shankland
Robbie Taylor
Irene Taylor
Margaret Parr
Loran Jordan
Bcnnle Murgatroyd
Division I
No. enrolled 	
Percentage ot attendance.
Mary Beattie
Tommy Boyter
Alfred Cahill
Kathleen Dallas
Lawrence Foster
David Frame
Robbie George
Sherman Harria
Fanny Hep Chung
Robina Kelly
Harry Kimball
Harold Ladds
Stella Lee
Willie McDonald
Margaret McDonald
Herbert Patmore
Ethel Speers
Alice Stevenson
Fred Stojack
Jack Swain
Elsie Willis
SOUTH WABB SCHOOL
Division 1.—Miss Woodland
No. enrolled 	
Percentage 	
Constance Bassett
Florence Bradley
Joseph Belanger
George Coleman
Dorothy Davis
Jean Donaldson
Marie Dorr
John Drew
Nora Finley
Harold HalUng
Margaret Horie
Phyllis Mersey
Nettle Johnson
Annie Johnson
Annie Laurie
Mlna Moore
Rita McBurney
Winifred Phillips
Emma Reed
Annie Shaw
Samuel Shaw ,
Leslie Sneddon
Ethel Williams
Pat McDonald
Billie MoKonile
Kvelyn Neil
John Phillips
Arthur Reed
John Hobb
David Kobb
I.eslie Suinsbury
Ivy Sanderson
Kdgar Sanderson
Willie Taylor
Amy Williams
MANUAL THAWING SCHOOL
October Report
Alb. H. Webb
8    Order
|3    of Merit
jj | «S|    Mon:liV«
Central School
10 Df, 7
10 07 1
13 96 2
6
Sr. 4
Jr. 4
Sr. 3
Int. 3
Jr. 3
4
3
19
24
20
100
95
88
Peps are the new treatment for
coughs, colds and lung troubles.
They are little tablets matte up
from Pine extracts and medicinal
essences. When put into the mouth
these medicinal ingredients turn
into healing vapors, which nre
breathed down direct to thu lunga,
throat and hroncltiul'tutics. This
Peps treatment is direct. Swallowing cuukIi mixtures into the
stomach, to cure ailments und disorder! in throat und lungs, is In*
direct. Peps are revolutionizing
the treatment of colds, as their
price is within the reach of nil.
50c. box alt druggists, or Pcp.s Co,,
I Toronto,
I mmmsssssmssssssmgBmsV^ss* OBOCOn
l*"M—"1    l   l
NOTICK
IN THK MATTER OP tlm "Und Registry Act" and lu Um matter ut
Lot 2. Block 68, of Lot 132, Group
1. 	
KOOTENAY   DISTRICT,   PROVINCE
OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Map 1181
TAKE NOTICE that au application
(2«tl9I) has been mado tu register
Thomaa Lowndes Washington, of Thc
Mama, Malta, as owner lu fee simple
of the above lots under a conveyance
to htm from Baynes Lake Laud Company, Limited, dated the 3rd day ot
December, 1013, and that unless within
30 days from the date of the tlrst publication hereof you file ln this ofllce a
caveat or Certificate of Lis Pendens I
shall register the suld Thomas Lowndes Washington as owner In fee.
Dated at the Land Registry Ofllce,
Nelson, this 1 ttt ti day of September,
: 1915.
Samuel R. Roe,
District Register.
To all to whom it may concern.
Date ot first publication 23rd day of
September. 1915. 38-4t
....43
.91.74
St. Mary's Separate
2 100 4
4 83 8
South Ward
4 91 9
HONOR ROLL
Central School
Carl Gill
Sidney Murgatroyd
Ing Wai Hoy
Harry Musser
Otto GUI
Joe Frost
St Mary's Separate
Milo Drummond
Gordon Armstrong
South Ward
R. Eakln
NOTICE
THE MATTER OF the "Land
Registry Act" and In the matter oi
Lot 1, Block 21, of Lot 132.
KOOTENAY   DISTRICT,   PROVINCE
' OF  BRITISH  COLUMBIA
Map 1181
9 TAKE NOTICE that an application
(No. 2987-1) has been made to register
Llda Harriet Putnam, as owner in
' fee simple of the above lots under a
Conveyance to her from Baynes Lake
! Land Company, Limited, et al, dated
. 17th October, 1914, and that unless
, within 30 days from thc date of the
| first publication hereof you file In this
' offlce a caveat or Certificate of J.is
I Pendens 1 shall register the said Llda
! Harriet Putnam as owner ln fee.
j Dated at the Land Registry Offlce,
j Nelson, this 23rd day of September,
LIQUOR ACT, 1910
(Section 42)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
om the first day of December next application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail In the hotel known
as the Perry Creek Hotel, situate at
Perry Creek, In the Province of British Columbia.
Dated this 7th day of October, 1916.
40-4t
ARTHUR BURGE,
Anmicant
NOTICE
IN THE MATTER OF the "Land Registry Act" and in the matter of
Lots 1 and 2, Block 62, and Lots
3 and 4, Block 63, ot Lot 132,
Group 1.
KOOTENAY  DISTRICT,   PROVINCE
OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Map 1181
TAKE NOTICE that an Application
(No. 2930-1) has been made to register Douglas Philip Sturgls Morlson as
owner in fee simple of the above lots
tinder a conveyance to him trom
Haynes Lake Land Company Limited
et al, dated 28th day of July, 1914,
and that unless within 30 days from
the date of the flrst publication hereof
you file in this offlce a caveat or Certificate of Lis Pendens I shall register
the said DouglaB Philip Sturgls Morlson as owner In foe.
Dated at the Land Registry Offlce,
Nelson, tliis 30th duy uf September,
1915.
SAMUEL R. ROE,
District Registrar.
To all to whom it may concern.
i   Date of flrst publication 21st day
of October, 1915. 42-4t
1916. 	
SAMUEL R. ROE,
District Registrar.
To all to whom It may concern.
Date of flrst publication 7 tli day  of
October, 1915. 40-4t
NOTICE
IN THE MATTER OF the "Und Registry Act" and in the matter of
the north % of Lot 5, Block 4, of
Lot 132, Group 1.
KOOTENAY   DISTRICT,   PROVINCE
OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Map 1181
'. TAKE NOTICE that an application
j (No. 2889-1) has been made to register William Freeman Wright as owner
In tee simple of tlie above land under
a Conveyance to him from Baynes
Lake Land Company, Limited, et al,
dated 23rd day of October, 1914, and
that unless within 30 days from the
date of the first publication hereof you
file ln this office a caveat or Cortlflcatc
of Lis Pendens I shall register the
said William Freeman Wright as owner ia fee.
Dated at the Land Registry Offlce,
Nelson, this 30th day ot September,
1915.
SAMUEL R.  ROE,
District Registrar.
To all to whom it may'concern.
Date of flrst publication 7th day of
October. 1915. 40-4t
Division 2.—Mra. Deane
No. enrolled 	
Percentage of attendance.
Phlll Belanger
Edward Black
Jessie Cassels
Rhoda Donaldson
James Drew
Archie Finlay
Dorothy Hailing
Clara Hailing
Catherine Johnson
Mabel Johnson
Edith Johnson
Mary Mitchell
Robert McCoach
....43
.94.70
NOTICE
IN THE MATTER OF the "Land Registry Act" and In the matter of
Lot 1, Block 68, ot Lot 182 Group
1.
KOOTENAY   DISTRICT,   PROVINCE
OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Map 1181
TAKE NOTICE that an application
(26681) has been made to register
Arthur Edward Blunden, of Va.ctta,
Malta, as owner In tee slmplo of the
above lots under a conveyance to him
from the Baynes Lake Land Company, Limited, dated the 3rd day of
December, 1913, anld tbat unless within
30 days from the ?i\to ot the first publication hereof you file fn this offlce a
caveat or Certificate of Lis Pendens I
shall register the Bald Arthur Edward
Blunden as owner ln fee.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
Nelson, thit 18th day of September,
1916.
Samuol R, Roe,
District Register.
To all to whom it may concern.
Dato of flrat publication 2trd day of
September, 1916. Sl-U
NOTICE
IN THE MATTER OF the "Land
Registry Act" and in the matter of
Lot 4, Block 68, and Lot 2, Block
75 of Lot 132, Group 1.
KOOTENAY   DISTRICT,   PROVINCE
OF BRITISH  COLUMBIA
Mitp 1181
; TAKE NOTICE that an application
1 (No. 2965-1) has been made to register Frederick James Gavin, of Waldo,
i B. V.., as owner in fee simple of thc
| above lots under a Conveyance to
him frum Baynes Lulu* Land Company,
Limited, et al, dated 30th September,
1914, and that unless within 30 days
from the date of thc first publication
hereof you file in this ollice a caveat ur
Certificate of Lis Pendens I shall re
gtster the said Frederick Jamea Gavin
as owner In tee.
Dated at the Land Registry Offlce,
SAMUEL R. ROE,
District Registrar.
To all to whom It may concern.
Date ot flrst publication 7th day   of
October, 1915. 40-4t
LIQUOR LICENSE ACT
(Section 20)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
on the flrst day of December next application will bo made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of wholesale liquor license, No.
107, for the sale of liquor by wholesale ln and upon the premises known
as Bowness' Wholesale Liquor Store,
situate on Baker Street, ln the City of
Cranbrook, B. C.
Dated this 14th day of October, 1914.
A. C. BOWNESS,
41-lt Applicant
Extra Special
25 Per Cent,
Discount
on Handbags
for one week
Do not miss this opportunity of getting a
real bargain
The Beattie Murphy Co., Ltd.
rr**^a__Stmr.
WE  HAVE  JUST  RECEIVED  A  CONSIGNMENT  OF
THICKEN LEG BANWS, ASSORTED
PATTERNS AND SIZES
HEATERS AND STOVES
RIFLES GUNS SHELLS, Etc
McBRIDE'S
SHELF and HEAVY HARDWARE   .MILL FURNISHERS
TINSMITHING, HEATING AND PLUMBING
P.   BURNS & CO.,  Ltd.
All fresh-killed meats.   Local production
BEEF, LAMBS, PORK and POULTRY
Oysters are equal to fresh milk as a food.   Sealshipt
oysters always in stock.
SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY:
BEEF TENDERLOINS AND POT ROASTS
We pay full market price for farm produce
To England Under Neutral Flag
American Line (New York—Liverpool)
Large, Fast American Steamers, Under the American Flag
No Contraband of War Carried
"ST. LOUIS" NOVEMTiER IStll
"PH'ILAIIKLPIUA" NOYE.1IIIE1I 21)1 li
"ST. PAUL" NOVEMBER 27(1)
"NEW YOKE"  liECEMHElt Mil
r* "ST. LOUIS"  DECE3IBEB ill)
And every Httturduy thereafter
First Class $95.00) Second Haass $65.00) Third Class $10
Company's Office, A. E. Disney, Passenger Agent,
619 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash.
Local Agents:
J. W. Spence, C. P. R. Station
Beale & Elwell
s. s.
L10.UOK LICENSE ACT
(Section 80)
NOTICE! IS HEREBY OIVEN that
on the first day of December neit application will be made to tbe Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of wholesale llcenBe No. tt'l. for
the Bale of liquor by wholesale In und
upon tho premises known as tho
Crunbrook Brewery, sltunte near
Crunbrook, upon the lands described
ns Lot 28, Oroup 1, South Enst Kootenny.
Dnted thia 15th day of Octobor, 1915.
Cranbrook Brewing Co., Ltd.
HARRY HBSSK, Manaanr
41-41 Applicant
LIQUOR ACT, 1(10
(Section 42)
NOTICE IS HEHEBY OIVEN that
on the first day of December next ap-
pllCHtlon wlll be mado to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of the bote! license to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
uh the Central Hotel, situate at
Marysville, ln the Province of Hritish
Columbia.
Dated this 14th day of October, 1915.
PAUL HANDLEY,
41-4t Applicant.
LIQUOR act, me
(Section 42)
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
om the first day ot December next application will be made to tho Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal ot the betel license to sell
liquor by retail In the hotel known
ns the North Star Hotel, situate at
Kimberley, ln! the Province of British
Columbia. ....
Dated thia 14th day of Oetober, 1915.
a. W. DREW,
41.41 Applicant.
NOTICE
All   persona   (twin;*   QOCOUnU tu   Tin*
Queen'b Hotel. Cranbrockj or to P, v.
JolinHton, nro hereby notified tlmt
Frank Carlson ims boon appointed
bailiff by tlio aWtgagoa uiul in now
in poHiieHBion of tlio Queen's lintel nml
i» entitled to colled tbo outstanding
accounts nnd book >\it,, Mr. Carlson
luiii authority to glvo a rocolpt for accounts nml nny payments tboroon,
Harvoy, McCarter. Macdonald -fi Nlsbot
48-St        Solicitors for Mortgnroos,
i,mm nn act, lum
(Soctlon 42)
NOTICK IS HEREBY Q1V.EN that
on the iirnt dny or December noxt application will be inndo to tin* Superintendent of Provincial Police ror renewal <>r tlu* hotol license to noil
liquor by retail in Uio hotel known
at, till) Tniiri.il Hotol, Bituato at Hull
River, in tho Provlneo of Brltiah Columbia.
Dated this 7tli day of October, 1915.
J. MuTAVlSH,
40-4t Applicant.
L1QIOU ACT, 1010
(Section 42)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
onl the first day of December next application will be mnde to tho Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of tbe hotel Hcentin to sell
liquor by retail in tlio hotol known
bb the Yahk hotel, sltuato at Yahk, ln
the Province of British Columbia.
Dated tills 7th day of October, 1915.
RILEY ft LARSON,
4p-4t Appllottt THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4th. 1915
THE CRANBROOK HERAAD
PAGE THRU
For November
Birthday Gifts
The Topaz—
The straw-colored to|>az,
pure, elear and lustrous—
the emblem   of   cheerfulness and faithfulness.
For Her
A Brooch
Pendant
Bar Pin
Ring
For lllm
A Scarf Pin
Cuff Links
Ring
Come in  and  let us help
you choose,
W. II. Wilson
OPTICIAN
TOWN TOPIC,*
Mr. Qraham Donohuo, of Wardnor,
wan lu town today.
The 'Trials in B. 0," for sale at the
Herald ofllco.   Price 6e.
Children's reliable shoes at reasonable prices.—Fink's.
Mr. Qeorge Powell la leaving today
(or tlio Windermere district.
Boys military shoos*, guaranteed to
give best service, $4.00—Fink's.
Mr. \V. N. O'Neil, of Wm. N. O'Neil
Co., Ltd., Vancouver, was Iu the city
on Thursday.
Mr. Wynn and family returned yea
terday from Staveley, Alta., where
they have been visiting for the pust
two months.
If you want to buy or soil real estate, see Beale & Elwell. They have
a few snaps which are well worth your
consideration.
MEN WANTED—At the Y. M, C. A.
on Sunday afternoon at four o'clock.
A good address and special music.
Come and enjoy the meeting.
LIBERALS,    ATTENTION!      The
Annual General Meeting of the (ranbrook Liberal Association will be held
at 8J80 p.m. on Xoiember llth, IMS-
All Liberals Invited.
G. W. Ladds returned to the city on
Monday. Mr. Ladds has been working at Yahk for tho past six months
as flre ranger and trail blazer.
Look to your lire insurance policy-
are you sufficiently protected—it never
pays to carry your own risty—Beale &
Elwell Will be glad to discuss rates
with you.
The Ladies Auxiliary of tbe Ry.
Y. M. C. A. will hold their regular
monthly meeting on Monday afternoon
November 8th at 3.30. A full attendance is requested.
The officers of Maple Leaf Rebekah
lodge, No. lit, want n full attendance
on Wednesday ovonlng next, the 10th
Instant, when then* will be u social at
thc close of the regular lodge BOBS lon,
FOB SALE GIIEA1'. (.entlemanN
eoon coat, almost newt three saddles,
slightly used, four sets of harness
single and douMc drh lug harness,
double ses working harnesst cross
cut saw and farm tools; one cutter,
110.00,    Apply  IMione 317. «
The annual meeting o
brook Farmers' Institute
in tho council chamber,
Saturday afternoon, I8tl
two o'clock. There is
business ot Importance
acted nt this meeting a
f tl
•ill
t'inn
- held
ity bnll, on
instant nt
onsldorablo
i bo trans-
I ull  mom-
Just received at Fink's, a large line
of stumped goods.
Fiuk's are still soiling Stnnlleld'fa
underwear nt old prices.
Mrs. Sawyer, of Kingsgate, was a
visitor in the eity yesterday.
G. Smith, of Nelson, was registered
at the Cosmopolitan this week.
The best serge suit In Canada, for
men, at Fink's, for ?1K.00.
S. E. Small, of Wasa, was a visitor iu
town Sunday, attending divine service.
Constable Arden, of Moyie, was In
tho city Wednesday and Thursday on
police business.
C'hns. Wickers aud wife, of Krag,
passed through the city Wednesday en
route to the coaBt.
Mrs. J. I1. Leslie lum moved Into
(own for the winter, having routed n
rosldaueo from Mr. I*'. Turks,
  (
(-.unio Wardens Harmar and Ward
went to Moylo today to prosecute par
lies In that vicinity who have been
hooting without a license.
Thn case against tbo management
of the Hex theatre, which wus called
for today, hus boon postponed until
Monday next. By that time It Is expected tlie moving picture censor nnd
chief of the provinclnl police will be
here to take purt in tho proceedings.
Vhiet Welsby, of Fernie, wljl also be
present.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave McKay and
family left Wednesday for Trail,
where they will make their future
home. Mr. McKay lias been a resident of tbe city for thc past seven
years, being engaged in business for
himself most of the time. En route
Mr. and Mrs. McKay will stop over nt
Nelson for a couple of days.
Recently compiled statistics of British Columbia's public accounts and
She drink bill for the cm-rent year Indicate that the drink Mil of the province is likely to bu fifty times greater
than the cost of the department of
agriculture, seven times greater than
the cost of education and three and a
half times greater than tlie cost of the
department of puhlic works. Some
food for thought In tliis.
Pedestrians near the station at train
time Monday were treated to a real
wild western bucking broncho con-
tost. A lad hove in sight with what
appeared a harmless looking animal
The youth invited a friend to ride
with hlm, nnd when lho ssald youth
wus seated nicely on the hurricane
deck, whnt happened, happened. Two
bunches of humanity stmt upward and
downward and, to tha surprise of thr
onlookers, landed ou their feet and
■politely bowed.
Oils   Soothe  Skin  Disease!
Oil or wlntergreeii. thymol, glycer- We sell I), ti. ti. $1.00 n bottle. A
tne and other healing ingredient!; com- generous trial buttle for only 26c. We
pounded in proper proportion Into ore ao confident of tlio gratifying of-;
tho D, I). I). Prescription lias now be- feet of D. D, D. that we will offer you
come the universal favorite of skin the first full size bottle on tbe guarau-
sufferers in relieving and curing skin tee that it will relieve your suf-
diseaBe. It is a mild wash that pone-; ferlng or your money refunded. D. U. |
trates the pores and gives instant ro-; D. Soap keeps your skin healthy. Ask
lief from all burning nnd itching.     It  about it.
kills and washes off the gnawing dis-   CRAMtltOOK   IHU V    A   BOOK   (0.
ease germs, leaving the skin free to CRANBKOOK
quickly heal. I). D. D. is Made in Canada
D. O. D.--for is Years--the Standard Skin Remedy:
Alex. Rattray,
the city.
ut Hull Hiver. ts in I
!''iill raiiRf
'ink's.
of Dr, Jaeger's woolens at
The C. p, It. mm at Bull River is
closed for the season.
Miss Minnie Bennett, of Bull River.
wns a visitor lu the city this week.
Jack Mclluvlhs, of Bull River, arrival Thursday for a day In the metropolis.
•\ Mc;
] i'run bro
bustneBE
loll, the
Ik  this
Ferule lawyer, waa in
woek on  professional
ADDRESSING OF MAIL
In  order to facilitate the handling ,
of mail at the front   and   to   insure
prompt delivery it is  requested that
ail mall be addressed as follows.
(?.) Regimental nnmbor
(b) Rank
tc) Name
(d)  Siiuadron, battery or company I
te) Battalion, Regiment, {or otlier '
unit) Staff appointment or Dapart-j
ment
'fi   Canadian  Contingent
(g) British Expeditionary Forte
(hi Army Post Office, London, England.
l.T.neccessary mention of higher
formations, such us brlgudes, divisions
iu strictly forbidden, uiul causes delays,
OFFICIAL   AlLIII.MSTItATOHN   ACT I
tlus Thels, better known around
.'ranbrook us the "Old Muii of the
Hills," hus a double shift at work on
liis property at Perry Creek, He is
it work pumping wator out of a 20
feet deep by fifty feet square. It .*•
mpposed gold has washed into this
hole f» r the past fifty years. It Is he
lloved by minimi men ,vho have cx»m
Ined the place thai Uteri may be ha.1t
i   nni.' "i   dollars   in   precious   metal
conta lie I lli* rein \t all events thrc ■
week* will tell, as it will take all of
Hint time to pump the hole dry. Menu-
while the cltlsens of Crnnbrook nro
anxiously awaiting news from the
"mystery hole,"
Jonas Krickson, of Bull River, has
returned to the city, the mill having
closed.
Jack Hathaway, of Wardner, was a
week-end visitor in the city. He left
today for Jaffray.
Bon*-Thursday. November 4th,
1015, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parks, a
boy, weight ,S 1-2 pounds.
Frank Parks is confined to the hospital the past couple of days Buffering
from an attack of bronchitis.
A. E. Watts, of Wattsburg, was a
visitor In the eity Monday being in attendance at a special meeting of the
Conservative association.
Traffic on the Crow Is heavy these
days. Since the withdrawal of the
Flyer f>13 and 514 nre hauling heavy
trains daily along the Crow.
Jones and Doris have the contract
for the building of a substantial addition to the house of Mr. G. W. Ladds,
Cranbrook street.
Billy Bremner, of Moyie, who is
confined to St. Eugene hospital with
a broken leg, is making good progress toward recovery.
The Beale & Elwell safety deposit
vault-steel lined—flre und burglar-
proof—is the place to store your valuables at nominal cost and absolute
privacy.
Roy Wadman, who sustained u
broken log some time ago, Is doing
nicely. Roy's friends are hoping to
soon see him limping around Baker
street.
Hallowe'en pnssed off ratiier quietly
in the city. The small boy was not
In evidence this year. The pollco re-
IKirtinl a quiet night, in fact no conk
plaints wero made whatever of any depredations.
Tlio Rod Cross dance ut Fort Steele
Wednesday night was largely attend-
id. A largo number of Crunbrookites
Irove over in nutos. some sixteen
machines leaving that evening for
Steele. A most enjoyable time was
spent and a tidy sum realized for tho
Red Cross funds.
, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
i on October 19, A.I). 11)15, it was order-
j ed by His Honor Judge George H.
' Thompson, Esq., Judge of the County
i Court of East Kootenay, that James
A. Arnold, Official Administrator for
that portion of tho ('.unity of Kootenay Included in thc Electoral District
of Cranbrook bo Administrator of all
and singular the estate of John D.
Cameron, deceased intestate.
Every person indebted to thc said
deceased Is required to make payment
forthwith to tho undersigned.
Every person having ln possession
effects belonging to thc deceased ls
required forthwith to notify the undersigned.
Every creditor or other person hav- J
Ing any claim upon or interest in the I
distribution of the estate of the said ,
deceased is required to send before |
the 30th day of November, 1016 next, |
by registered mail addressed to tho
undersigned, his name and address]
nnd the full particulars of his claim I
or  interest, and n statement, of his!     „**„,*.,  .,  ,
account and the nature of the security i    NOTICE IB HEREBY  GIVEN  that
(Jf any) held by him on tho firBt day of December next ap-
After the said Inst mentioned date I plication will be made to tbe Super-
the Administrator will proceed with ! Intendent of Provincial Pollco for re-
tho distribution of tho estate having ro- newa* ot tne hotel license to sell
gard to those claims only of which he Iliauor D* reUU, witJf 1n?te' koown,
shall have had notice > as the International Hotel, situate at
Dated at Cranbrook this 19th dny of 1 M°y!e' ln tho Province 0l British Co-
October, 1915. Ilumbla.
J  A  All NOI n       !    Bated this 14th day of October, 1915.
42-2t Official  Administrator.1 MICHAEL J   BONNER,
BUY at HOME
Everyone seems to have this spirit. W* are glad of it and appreciate it. Every
merchant and every resident is paying heJeSy taxes toward the running expenses of his
own town; schools must be kept up, lire and police protection must be provided^ water
works and sewerage systems must be kept in proper condition so there will be no
cause of ill-health; a hundred and one other things must be attended to and not for
one moment must be forget those that are dear to us and are at the front lighting for
the honor of the country, the various societies being conducted for the sole benefit of
the boys at the front should be and are supported by every one, including the local merchant.
The local merchant should he supported when his prices arc reasonable, It is
just as impossible to sell goods in tlie west at eastern |)rices as it is for a man to work
in the west at eastern wages, because he hei|>s build up the town whicli makes his
and your property more valuable. The mail order houses of the east do not contribute
a cent—not even a dicense—toward helping you |>ay for the many tilings mentioned
above; he may make a contribution of as much as $100,000.00 to some worthy cause,
but that is aB nothing compared with total of the $5.00, $10.00 und $16.00 contributions of the thousands of smaller merchants throughout thc whole of Canada When
someone is sick and requires assistance it is not the mail order house that give a cent,
but the local man.
The Bame applies to Ihe local newspaiier. We have one of the best towns in oue of
the best districts In the whole of Canada, but the big paper In the big city is not
spending any time or space in telling the public about lt; It is the local paper, Therefore, the paper should have a little support from every one. The local paper will in
turn help make your property more valuable. Every dollar sent out of town reduces
the value of your local Investment.
We are glad to see every one considering this matter in this light, as it Is by our
combined effort Cranbrook will forge to the front and be what she lias always been—
the best town in the Interior of this great province of British Columbia, and one of the
best In Canada.
MQCOH ACT, MID
(Section 42)
41-4t
Applicant.
MQl'OR ACT, 191(1
(Section 42)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ot, the first day of December next application will be mnde to tho Superintendent of Provincial Pollco fo- renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail In the hotel known
as the Central Hotol, sltuute ot Moyle,
In the Province of British Columbia.
Dated this 7th day of October, 1816
V. DESAULNIER,
4°-4t Applicant.
UI'IOH ACT, 191(1
(Soctlon 48)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
on tho first day of December next application will be mnde to the Superintendent of Provincial Pollco for renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail lu the hotel known
ns the International Hotel, cituate at
Kingsgate, In the Province of British
Columbia.
Dated this 7th day of Octobor, 1916.
H. L. SAWYER,
*°-4t  Applicant.
I.IQCOK ACT, 111*
(Section 42)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
on the first day of December next application will be made to thc Superintendent of Provincial Police for re-'
newal of the hotel license to sell:
liquor by retail in the hotel known
as tho Wasa Hotel, situate at Waea,
near Cranbrook, In the Province of
British Columbia.
Dated this 14th day of Octt ber, 1916.
The Unionist investment Co., Ltd. j
J. H. Quartly, General Manager fori
the Company.
41-4t ' Applicant. I
VMVT ADS.
2c. per word for first week, and la. per
word for tach week after
I"
LIQUOR ACT, 1(10
(Section 42)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that!
om the firBt day of December next ap-1
plication will be made to the Super-
Intendent ot Provincial Police for re-
newul of the hotel license to sell'
liquor by retail in tha hotel known
as the Imperial Hotel, situate at1
Fort Steele, in the Province ot British;
Columbia.
Dated this 16th day of October, 1915.
B. W. WERDEN,        i
(l-4t Applicant.
LIQUOR ACT, III*
(Section 42)
WANTED.—Drag sun outfit for saw
Ing cordwood.   Apply Box C, Herald ollice.
born of tha association, and others in-
toroetod In sgrloultural affairs arc requested to attend.
Mrs. Sarah J. Dow, of Cranbrook,
died on Tuesday last, 'Ami inst. Mrs.
Dow hod been a resident of the city
for several years and was a member
of the Ladles Orange Lodge and
Companions of the Forest. Tlte funeral takes place on Friday afternoon
at 2.30 from tlio Buptlst church, the
Rev. W. Stevens officiating. Mr. F.
M. Mocl'herson lias charge of tlie arrangements.
There was a good attendance at the
Wednesday evening card party und
dance ot St. Mary's hall, It being ne-
cessnry to provide eight tahles for
cards. Tho Indies prize, n box of stationery, was won hy Mrs. Josilng; a
carved paper knife offered as gentlemen's prize, being secured hy Mr.
Clarke. Musical selections wcre given
by Mr. N. Thompson of the Rex
orchestra.
c. Ii. tl. Mclnnes, an invalided sol-
ilcr, possed through tha city Monday,
•a route to his homo In Nelson In
lie  course  of    conversation   with     a
Herald reprcscutativ i  the station
platform, Mr. Mclnnes said, in answer
0 severnl questions by tho scribe,
that lie hud been four mouths In the
rent-lies, tt-heii lie was struck with n
mini hag. after which complications
ict In, resulting In fever nnd other
licknoBB, lie was twelve weeks In
hospital, Mr. Mclnnes fought wltli
tlio late Boh Henry, of Crunbrook, and
was within a few feet of him when
Henry received his fatal wound. He
spoakB In glowing terms of tlie Cranhrook mon. lie met a number of
East Kootenay hoys, Including Billy
Harrison. Mr. Mclnnes Is a member
of the lfith Canadian Scottish and is
returning satisfied tluit ho has done
his bit.
NOTICE IS HEREBY  GIVEN  that i
,„.,- tm the first day of December next ap-
44-lt I plication wlll be made to the Buper-
„   -    — -^— | intendant of Provincial Police for re-
tarnished room to rent, breakfast If  newal of   the hotel license to    sell;
desired, modern conveniences,
ply P.O. Box 432.
*P-
KIKST • CLASS DEMOCRAT OH
light wagon for sale cheap. Apply
Joe Belanger, eity.         J2-tf
HOBSE AND WAuON CAN DE HAD
by responsible party who will take
care of Bame. Apply Macdonald it
Nisbet. 44-it
Archie Elwell is back in the city I
from ills slump-blowing trip to the ■
St. Mary's country. With the new
Skinner process nine acres of stump
land was cleared with one box of pow-
dor. Every stump fired enmo clear
ami clean out witli tho exception of
six. Tills is considered marvelous
work.
Constable Collins returned Mondoy
from New Wjestminstor whither he
hud Journeyed with a number of prisoners, who hnd received sentence
for crime committed in soveral places
In tlio province. At Kamloops an old
man eighty-two years of age, was
tuken to the penitentiary for attempted
murder, ln all eight prisoners were
token along.
liquor by retail ln the hotel known
as the Canal Flats Hotel, situate at
Canal Flats, In the Province of British
Columbia.
Dated this 14th da; of October, 191C.
E. H. SMALL,
41-4t Applicant.
ASK  FOR
FIVE ROSESilOIIH
The World's Bes/
Send for Five Roses
Cook Book—
COL" PON
BEING A MAMAL OF COOD RECIPF-S • ••-(,.!:,
 c'-c-vn Ir-.T   i>« ujRtnbubatt  nf  cm  t>«o  tHouMtxt
,    tuc'ntimt w«tt* ol Fm Rom>* Hour L'.r-,jf'. .-■ CmarU.
»•**-=• ■ ■— —        AW LWul •*«»*« on At yvmj* itsae** ot %<M tkirafi
j     la **L tm ol wtut-H K*»»   t-tro,   ■.*!••... j   :■-■.   f1   *MJ
'""*"*"       " ""1        *C<W.eM-l   br   tl>m~*r.1   AAljAAfiJ
mg_m t**m ti uu« or nt wooos mu* MLUWgyggtt
Distributors
Cranbrook Jobbers SX
METHODIST I'HTJBCl
Rev. Thos. Keywartk, pastor
Charles F. Nidd, organist.
FIREMAN WANTS WORK, DAY OH
night, In or near Cranbrook; will
accept very moderate wages. Box A.
Herald ofllce.    44-lt* _
FOE SALE.—A Art drawer Cabinet i    service, at 11   a.m. nnd   7.30 p.m.
Singer Sewing Machine, In flrst-claas     B"™n "
condition; cheap.    Apply Herald or ! Sabbath school 3 p.m.
P. O. Box 372. 44-lt*;    Prayer 8trV|Cf, Thursday at 8 p.m.
LOST.One spotting axe and sheath (   Next Sunday being flrat Sabbath In
between I.oco ond Cranhrook public  .. ..  ..    _     ... .„„,„„ ... ,i,„
school.   Finder please return    to lh,J moU" ,ne rep,lar "ervlcc ,or "
O. W. Lndtls., Cranbrook,        44-lt* | children will be conducted.   All pnr-
t-I O tM E3.STY
COTTAGE I'OH HEJiT— til* roomst onts ore urged lo make this twice
newly Papered and painted; J12.M , |ar by brl„„lrM, their children,
per month, Including water.   Apply I    ' »■•»■"•
tx P. Sullivan, Cranbrook Bt I An enjoyable time Is assured,   (.ood
MISS Me CHESTER
Dressmaker
New lug Hone nt Home nr
hy Day
iti Hanson Avenne
STABLE TO HL.\T, for four karua,
electric light, warm, well ventilate*
with large hay loft and oat bia
I5.M par moath. apply Herald
•He*. tf.'
music and singing.
rawiM iiiM lo rem.—four rmrnn
with bath; fenced; close In; newly
papered and painted; piano If desired; no children preferred; careful tanaat only; 118 per month, including water. Apply Herald •*-
fl«*.  M-tf
SPECIAX ON SATURDAY
(November flth)
Regular $2.(10 Galvanized Wash
Holler, Xo. », for 91.85
K. PARKN * (!0.
Hardware' anil   Mill   Supplies
Crnnbrook     -   -   •   II.C
WF, HAVE (he opportunity of * Ufa
time for an active, reliable, young
man to handle an article wanted In
every home, office nnd factory. Ton
ran earn fifty dollars weekly. Write
today for particulars.—Macdonald
A Co., RogerB Building, Vancouver,
BC-   4*.-«t
IfXOX FUBBITIBUH CHUBCH
Paatar. W. K. Tnomaoa
Morning aervice, 11 a.m. Subject:
"The Cure for the Troubled Heart."
8. S. and Bible claaa, 8 p.m.
Evening aarrtca I.M p.m. Subject:
The Fourth Commandment; "Remember the Sabbath Day.;'
Anthem; Morning and evening.
Bible study class Wednesday. 8 p.m.
FOR HALE CHE A P. Household for.
nitttro and personal effects, let ther I
choirs, carpets, ehlno cabinet,
tables, dining room suite, desks. I
beds, Ostermoor mattroBS, etc., golf
sticks, snowsliaos, skates, uaddlea.
Apply I'. O. Box 184 or phono at,
city. u-m
jMega-
'phone
!_        . Methods
If jrsu kad i ***** Hks Swndar, I
cowl Ml men aa *mms *****, *s m
yea tt* ****** tm MM ark. W
Vm tan rat (M-M >«o» M
*m ****** la "I— **nn****» | '
e*ts artMi* li
.Maa.liMM. I
HONESTY
There ur lots of honeat people in
tta? world. II you hive (oat vome
Uwif peetupt an hure-.at.le prrj.i.
tound at
The. is ao honest paper and honest
people fead it
Tell mem about you, loss in our
Ctlssdeed W.nt Ms.
Liqi'OK ACT, HIS
(Soctlon 42)
I.IQVOB ACT, 1010
(Section 42).
f 1IBIST CHUBCH
Sunday
I a. m Holy Communion.
II a. m. Matins and Litany.
3 p.m. Children's service.
Preacher Hev. W. H. BrMa*. BA.. LIS
tatt***)
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that j NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
on the firBt doy of December next ap- on the first day of December neit application will be made to the Super-1 pHcotlon will be made to the Superintendent of Provinclnl I'ollcc for re- intendent of Provincial Police for renewal of the hotel license to sell newa| „f t|lf. h0tei license to sell
liquor by rotall In the hotel known | liquor by retail In the hotel known
as the Wycliffe Hotel, situate at Wy- ,„   lno   Kootenay Hotel,    situate   at
cllffo, In the Province of BrltlBh Colombia,
Dated thia 14th day of October, ISIS.
HARRY EDWARDS.
41-41 Applleaat
Moyle, In the Province of BrltlBh Columbia.
Dated this 14th day of October. ISIS.
W. J. BREMNER,
41-4t Applicant.
The Herald $2.00 a. ymr PAGE FOUR
THE CRANBUOOK HBRALD
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4th. 1915
LODGE AND SOCIETY CARDS .
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
,           Loyal Oraifa
Iw.               Lodge
iifit           No.   1811
Wjp*rjl Meets first and tklrd
.""JuSr, Thursdays at > p.m.
VnSmWm in Royal Black
Knights ot Ireland Rail, Bakes
■tract.
R. B. Oarrett, W.M.
T. 0. Horsman, Ree. Sec.
I.O.O.F.
KEY CITY LODOE. Ro. 41
Meats avarr
Monday night
.=«, -„_ ^^ at rraternlty
■all. Sojourning Oddfellows
cordially invltad.
W. M. Harris, R. W. RuebcII.
Sec. N.O.
MIGHTS   OF   PYTRIAI
Cranbrook. B.C.
Meets every Tuesday at S ta ll
the Fraternity Hall
R. c. Carr, 0.0,
P. M. Christian. K. R. A S.
P. O. Boa IIS
Vl.ltlag brethrw cardial* A-
vlted to attend.
MAPLE LEAF RBBBKAl
LODGE. NO. II
Meets every strand aid
Wednesday at rrateralty
Sojourning Rebakal
ly Invited.
Bis. C. Bennct, N. 0.
SIb. A. Hlckcnlutliiim, Sec.
OVERSEAS CMIB
Meets In  Maple Ball ******
and fourth  Taasdar al a*arr
month ot H p.a.
Membership  .sea Is  lAIAAs
cltlsens.
t. T. Brake,        1. r.
President
Visiting    l
welcomed.
WOMEN'S  INSTITUTl
Meets   ln    the  Mapls    Hall
Irst Tueaday afternoon of evesy
month at :s p.m.
President, Mrs. W. B. McFarlane
Secretory, Mrs. John Show
P. O. Boi 441
All ladlea cordially tavissa.
CRANBROOK FARMERS'
INSTITUTE
President—A. B. Smith
Secretary—Alb. H. Wabk
For Information regarding
lands and agriculture apply to
ths Secretary. Cranbrook, B.C.
Meeting—Tho Second Saturday at 2.30 o'clock.
THE CRANBROOK
ORCHESTRA
Is open for engagement
for
Daaces, Socials Etc
Apply to
Mrs. Arnold Wallinger
phone lilt
Cranbrook, B.C.
CHAS. S. PARKER
frnrardlng    and    Distributing
Agent tor
Lethbridge Coal
Xl.Ite Powder
Imperial Oil Co.
•raring and Transferring
SB,en prompt attention
Phone II
The
KOOTENAY
OIU'llKSTItA
Is   open   for   engagement
for (lances, socials, etc
For terms apply to
MRS. II. W. EDMONDSON
Crnnbrook, II. ('.
MAMVKY, McCAKTEK
MACDONALD
AND NISBET
Barristers, Solicitors and
Notaries
Money to Loan
lajtrfcl Bank Building
CBANBR0OK, B.C.
If you suffer from
this painful malady,
'  appiy Zam-Buk.  lt
'   is purely herbal,
quickly eases the
dull, gnawing
'. pain.stopsbleed-
ing, ends  the
' k irritation, and
in  a   short
time   completely and
THOMAS   T.   MECREDT
(Successor to W. T. Ourd)
Barrister,    Solicitor    and
Notary
p. o. noi ssi
CRANBROOK, B. C.
■ Its. KINO *OHEEN
Pkrslelana  and  Strgeaai
atlM  at  realdenec,  Araatraag
Avenue
OFFICII HOURS
rarweoaa    1.01 to 11.11
Afternoons  1.01 to   4.11
Bvsalnss    7 30 to   III
•vaadays    1.10 I*   III
Cranbrook,  B.C.
BR. F. B. MILES
Dentist
Iffloe  tl  Hanson  Block
OFFICE HOl'RB
I to 11 a.m.
1 to   I ta.
7 to   I p.m.
WUNBROOK, B.C.
•RANBROOK   C0TTAG1
HOSPITAL
■attratty sad flaunt Naraiaf
•arden Ava.
Vsraas ca Application
■Ol aV BAUkON, Matrca
l-Mae MS f. O. Boi III
OILLETTS LYE
EATS DIRT
CRfiSTOLN
(From tlie (Jreilon Review.)
Aid. (tuh. Erickson. i>r Crnnbrooki
was ft Sunday visitor wltli C, Q, Bennett.
W. li. Forward loft yosterday for
Calgary, Ho expects Lo Bpond tlio
wlntiT In Alberta,
Joo Lunglclt, rctnmo.1 on Friday
from Cranbrook, where lie hv.r, Bpout
tlie past fow wookB.
LIQrOK ACT* 1910
(Soctlon 42)
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that,
om the first day of December noxt ap-1
plication will bo nmde to the Superintendent of Provincial Polico for ro-
tiewfil of the hotol license to sell
liquor by retail in tlie liotel known
aB the Perry Creek Hotel, situate at
Berry Creek, iu the Province of British Columbia.
NOTICE
IN THE MATTER OF tho "Und Rs-
gt.try Act" and la tlte matter of
the north Vi of Lot 6, Block 4, ol
Lot 132, Group 1.
KOOTENAY   DISTRICT.   PROVINCE
OP BRITISH COLUMBIA
Map 1181
Dated this 7th day ot October, 1015 I ,..TA?0EenN,?TJCEklh"t "° •M>llc»t'<>n
ARTHrm ntinpir        ' (N°- -S89-1) has been made to regis-
.« Am*n.». I tor William Freeman Wright ac ownter
 *"'""*■»■ | In tee simple of Uie above land under
l a Conveyance to him from Buynee
Uke Land Company, Limited, et al,
dated 2:inl day of October, 1014, and
thnt unions within :t() days from the
date of thc tlrst publication hereof you
file In this office a caveat or Cortlnente
of Lis Pendens I slinll register the
snld William Freeman Wright na owner In fee.
1 luted at th* Und Registry Ofllce,
Nelson, tills 30th day of September,
lllll.
SAMUEL R.  ROE,
District Registrar.
To all tn whom It may concern.
Date of flrat publication 7t)i tiny of
October, Ills. 41-41
NOTICE
IN THE MATTER OF tlio "Land Ite-
Klstry Act" nnd In tlio matter of
1-ots 1 and 2, Block 02, and Lots
3 nml 4. Block S3, of Lot 132,
(Irouii 1.
KOOTENAV   DISTRICT,    PROVINCE
OF IIHITISll COLUMBIA
Map list
TAKE NOTICE that un Application
(No. 2930-1) lum boon made to register Douglas I'liiiiii Sturgls Morlsott as
owner in too slui|>l>' of tlm above lots
under a conveyance to hlm from
Baynos Ltiki> Lund Company LlmltiMl
ot nl, dated 88th day of July, lull,
nnd that unless within 3d duys frotn
tho date of tlu> tlrst publication hereof
you tlio In (his oliico n oavoat or (Vr-
tlficato of Lis iviidi'iis i shall reglstor
the said Douulns I'lilllp Sturgls Mori-
son ns owner lu fee.
Dntod at the Uud Registry OlHco,
Nelson, this 80th duy of September,
uur,.
SAMUEL li. ROB,
District Registrar.
To all to whom it may concern.
Date of tlrst  publication  21st  day
of October,  11)15. 42-4t
NOTICE
IN TIIK MATTER OF the "Und
Registry Act" and In tho matter of
Ut 4, Block 68, nnd Uit 1. Block
76 of Uit 132, (Irottp 1.
KOOTENAV   DISTRICT,   PROVINCE
OF  BRITISH  COLUMBIA
Map 1181
MQCOB ACT, 191(1
(Section 42)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
on the first duy of December next application will ho mude to the Superintendent of Provinclnl Police for renewal of the hotol liconso to Bell
liquor hy rotull In tho hotel known
as tho International Hotel, cituate at
Kingsgate, In the Province of British
Columbia
Duted tills 7th day of Octobor, 1816.
H. L. SAWYER,
40-4t Applicant.
LIQUOR ACT, ltllll
(Section 42)
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
on, tho ilrst thiy of December noxt application wlll ho made to the Super-
intendent of Provincial Polico for re.
newal of Um hotol license to sell
liquor hy retail in tlm hotol known
as tlio International Hotel, situate at
Moylo, In Um Province of llrltlsh Co-
Itmihin.
liatid this Mth day of October, 1015.
MICHAEL J   BONNER,
41-41 Applicant.
■aedauarters  for all kinds of
Repairs
Satisfaction  Guaranteed
JOE  MARAPODI
Tho Shoe Specialist
rtssrn. Ut P. O. Box Ul
yt. B. BEATTY
Funeral Director and Embslsur
Undertaking  Parlors
Fenwick Avenue
Neur Baker St.
LAIDLAW k DEWOLF
0*vR and Mining Engineers
B. C Land Surveyors
CRANBROOK, B.C.
r   H. MACPHERSON
Undertaker
•ar Manas Ml Night Pkoss II
■sskur Ava., next to City Hall
Phone 105 P. O. Box II
PROF. C. F. NIDD
Organist Methodist Churck
Receive! Paplla tor
Organ, Pianoforte, Voice,
Ac
Studio: 33 Norbury Avs
If you want satisfaction
with your washing
•end lt to
MONTANA LAUNDBY
Special prices for family
work
nunc FBOVENZANO
Ceaeral Merchant
tapleyaeala Ageati
t. * Box IH Phoaa 144
CRANBROOK. B.C.
f MB HOMB BAKBBY
Mt tame, tr**.
Freak Bread, Cakes, Mm
aad Pastry
Phon. 17
Hackery An.      Opp. C4ty Mall
I,.   M.   SMITH
HAT   RENOVATOR
Udies   and   Gentlemen's   Hats
Cleaned und Blocked
01,11   STYLUS    REMODELLED
Plume 204
PEERLESS
DAIRY
J. Taylor, Proprietor
Haa Just purchased a ear of
HIGH GRADE COWB
(All Tuberculin Tested)
Milk aid cream twlee dally
Battormllk twlee a week
The only clarified milk ln
Town
We gaarantae to Please
iuwlliiK J'lll litr ',.'... ■ :i. J'mi Ui. „r t.i-enlo*
lu. Bold nt nil lion: Stores, nr mailed Vi.ny
Etdrv-aaon reoelptol price, rur. ..mum. I'.oi,
Co .tit Otlmuii,., lm1 irln 	
PH0SPHONOL FOR MEN. IS
TiWtty.fnr Nem mfl limin; lowtUM "'fr-jr
'       ^':RTfnilr-wi!il>iii)(ly ip. fltlM-i,-*
t tt, M ttpiR •,!'■-.-. or Ity iimil on r-Mttpl
-   tm houiiki.i. iniwCu ,yi. rhtta-ttM,
LIQU0B ACT. Jilt
(SMtlon U),
*■■      i '■- I    N0TIC* IB HBRBBT OXV1N tt*
iiiLuuuuut oi Provincial I'ohce for ro-
lit-wnl   ur   Uu*    llOtel    IICOUBQ   to     Hell
li-nior by rvtuil in the liotol known
im tlie Wlndwir Ilotnl, ultuftto lit
Fort Steele, In the Province of Brit-
li h Columbia.
Ihitetl thin Utli day of October, 1816
H ftUTUft.
4L-4I Aw$]immt
M*atkj Ok UA.
FEKPUE
{Trom tbe Fernie Ffee Frees)
Oeorge Stevonaon, of Cranbrook, was
in town on Sunday.
Dr. Corsan returned on Saturday
from a trip to Vancouver.
Judgo Thompson, of Cranbrook,
held court here on Monday.
MIbb Hoss, of Rmbru, Ont., ta the
guest of MrB. H. J. Johnson.
Mrs. Pitts, of Golden, B. C, In the
Kuest of her daughter, Mrs. Owen.
The big sawmill at Wardner has
closed down owing to lack of orders.
Lieut. BarncB left on Saturday for
the coast, where ho will endeavor to
qualify for a captaincy.
A. Cummings has been appointed
secretary of the local Patriotic committee, taking the place of J. S. Irvine,
resigned.
O. R. Martin, comptroller of the
Oreat Northern railway, spent several
days In town this week on buBincss iu
connection with tho Crow's Nest PaBS
Coal Co.
The recent heavy wind storms havo
been playing havoc with thc Kootenay
Telephone Lines. Six poles were
blown down near Michel and four near
Pernie.
Fernie is to be congratulated upon
tho number of .nullified military officers It now haB. When the call comes
wo feel sure our town will be well represented.
The Elk Lumber Co. will endeavor
to make arrangements with thc G. N
railway to haul their logs from their
enmp at Olson to the mill at Fcrnie,
and thus dispense with the drive.
J. A. Broley drove In on Saturday
from Itoosville. Jim has completed
the harvesting of a big crop ot fruit
and vegetables. He sold ovor 2000
bags of potatoes and COO boxes of
apples In Fernie.
Messrs. N. Ham-on, of Cranbrook
A. Doyle and It. L, T. Galbraith, of
Fort Steele, and A. Mutz, of Vulcan
were In town on Monday, attending a
meeting of the directors of the Fernie-
Fort Steele Brewing Co.
Mr. Kilas ItogerB, president of the
Grows Nest Pass Coal Co., accompanied by Mrs. Rogers, arrived from Toronto on Monday. They were tho
gllOBts of Mr. and MrB. W. It. Wilson.
They left last evening for the const.
The civil assize court opened on
Monday with Chief Justice Hunter on
thc bench. After hearing the evidence
for tlio plaintiffs an order nisi wns
granted to P. B. Fowler and James
English In the two divorce casec, the
uctial six months to elapse before divorce becomes flnnl.
Robt. Balrd, of Glasgow, and Thos.
Rtch&rdaon. of London, tho English
oommlRsioners to obtain labor for the
coal mines In the old country,, only
succeeded ln obtaining about fifteen
recruits from Pernio and Coal Crook,
They also visited Michel, but recruiting w» also very light at that point.
Harry Shorthouse left on Tuesday
for Crunbrook, when* he has secured
a position for tlie winter.
Rev. Father Mlchol, of Fernie, arrived oa Wednesday to spend a couple
of days with Father John at the rectory.
R, S. Bevan, the live wire Ford
agent, has already secured orders for
four new ears for spring delivery und
h.as booked a carload shipment to arrive* here in March.
For the first time in muny mouths
the flag nt tlie school flew at half
m.iat on Monday, cut of respect far a
former pupil, Frances Barton, whoso
death occurred tho duy previous.
Discussing the potato market with
Sales Manager Lindley of the Fruit
Growers Union yestorday, he stated
that the prevailing price is $\2 a ton
but indications were never better for
higher prices prevailing during the
winter months and early spring.
At the whist drive nt the Roman
Catholic rectory on Wednesday even
ing for thc second time in succession
Miss Lyda Johnson succeeded In winning the ladies prize, while H. Stinson mnde the high gentleman's score,
There wus the usual good turnout of
players.
F. G. Little had raspberries nnd
cream for lunch on Friday last. The
berries were of the white variety,
gathered off the bushes on his ranch
that morning. The mayor has been
here better than 23 years now and although tho nnttonal policy has not
made him rich he Isn't blaming It on
tho valley's climate which, he assures
us is the best in the world.
Duck Creek, which held the big
pear championship for ulmost two
weeks, surrendered the honor on Tues
day, when Alex. Duprerry brought Into
town a humdinger of the winter variety that measured IS Inches from
stem to top aud thence ou round, and
which had a chest expansion of 11 3-4
Inches. A block und tackle was necessary to harvest the monster, which
may be seen (and measured) nt the
King George hotel.
TAKE NOTICE that an application
(26881) has been made to register
Arthur Edward Blunden, of Valctta,
Malta, as owner in feo slmp'-o of tlie
above lota under a conveyance to him
from the Baynes Lake Land Company, Limited, dated the 3rd day of
December, 1913, and that unless within
30 days from the .'ate of the flrst publication hereof you file in this ottlce a
caveat or Certificate of Lis Pendens I
shall register the said Arthur Edward
Blunden as owner in fee.
Dated at the Land Registry Ofllce,
Nelson, this 18th day of Septembor,
1915.
Samuel R. Roe,
District Register.
To all to whom it may concern,
Date of first publication 23rd day of
September, 1915. 38-4t
NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
on Wednesday, the 8th day of Decern
ber next, application will hc made to
the License Commissioners for the
Municipality of Crunbrook, B. C, for
the Bale of liquor by retail In nnd ujmn
tho premises known us tho Queen's
Hotel, situate nt Cruubrook, llrltlsh
Cnlumbtu, from Elizabeth Johnson to
Frank Carlson, of Cruubrook, British
Columbia.
Dated this 2nd day of October, A
D. 1915,
Elizabeth Johnson
by  Lena Andeen, her attorney
Holder of License.
Frank Carlson
Applicant for Transfer.     4Q-4t
BRKAK WHISKY** (HUP
ON YOUBIOVEb ONES
Drunkards wilt tell you with team of
sincerity that they do not wnnt to
drink. The craving coming from the
inflamed membranes of the stomach
drives tliem to It.
Alcura will soothe the trembling
nerves und remove the craving that Is
ruining your home and stealing an
otherwise kind husband or fntlier from
you. It costs only $1.00 per box and If
It does not cure or benefit after a trial
tho money will be refunded.
Alcura No. 1 Is tasteless and can be
given secretly tn Tea. Coffee or food.
Alcura No. 2 is taken voluntarily by
those willing to help themselves.
Alcura can now be ohtulned at our
Store. Ask for Free Booklet telling all
about lt aud give Alcura a trial.—
The Beattie-Murphy Co., Limited,
Drugglsti, Cranbrook, B. C.
NOTICE
TAKE NOTICE that an application
(No. 2955-1) has been made to register Frederick James Gavin, of Waldo,
It. C, as owner In* fee simple of   the
above lots under a Conveyance    to
hlm from Baynes Luke Land Company,
Limited, et al, dated 30th September,
1914, and that unless within 30 days
from the date of the first publication
hereof you file in this office a caveat or
IN THE MATTER OF the "Land Re-1 c«tt««to *»■«"■ ***?**?% l Hha" T
glstry Act" and in the matter'It | S^^-fS^^ ^es Gavin
Ut 1, Block 68, cf Lot 132 Group | a™* £ Und Registry 0ffice)
SAMUEL R. ROE,
District RegtBtrar.
KOOTENAY   DISTRICT,   PROVINCE To all to whom it may concern.
OF BRITISH COLUMBIA j    Date of first publication 7th day   of
Map 1181 ! October, 1915. 40-41
LlQl'OB LICENSE ACT
(Section 20)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
on the flrst day of December next application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of wholesale liquor license, No.
107, for the sale of liquor by wholesale ln and upon the premises known
aB Bowness1 Wholesale Liquor Store,
situate on Baker Street, In the City of
Crunbrook, B. C.
Dated this 14th day of October, 1914.
JL C. BOWNESS,
41-41 Applicant
NOTICE
IN THB MATTER OF the "Und Registry Act" and In the matter of
Lot 2. Block 68, cf Ut 132, Group
1. m	
KOOTENAY   DISTRICT,   PROVINCE
OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Map 1181
T/VKE NOTICE that au application
(26691) haB been made to register
Thomas Uwndes Washington, of The
Marsa, Malta, as owner in tec simple
of the above lots uuder a conveyance
to him from Baynes Uke Uud Company, Limited, dated the 3rd day of
December, 1913, and that unless within
30 days from the date of the first publication hereof you file iu tills office a
caveat or Certificate of Lis Pendens 1
shall register the said Thomas Uwndes Washington us owner In fee.
Dated at the Land Registry Ofllco,
Nelson, this IStn day of September,
1916.
Samuel R. Roe,
District Register.
To all to whom It may concern-
Date of first publication 23rd day of
September, 1915. 38-41
NOTICE
IN THE MATTER OF the "Land
Registry Act" and In the matter of
Ut 1, Block 21, of Ut 132.
KOOTENAY   DISTRICT,   PROVINCE
OF  BRITISH  COLUMBIA
Map 11S1
TAKE NOTICE that an application
(No. 2987-1) has been made to register
Llda Harriet Putnam, us owner In
fee simple of the above lots under a
Conveyance to her from Baynes Lake
Und Company. Limited, ct al, dated
17th October, 1914, and thnt unless
within 30 days from the date of the
firBt publication hereof you file In this
office a caveat or Certificate of Lis
Pendens 1 shall register the suld Lidn
Harriet I'utnum as owner lu fee.
Dated at the Lund Registry Office,
Nelson, this 23rd duy of September,
1915.
SAMUEL R.  ROE,
District Registrar.
To all to whom It may concern.
Date of first publication 7th day of
Octobor, 1915. 4n.1t
LIQUOK ACT, 1»K*
(Section 42)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
on the flrst day of December next application will be made to thc Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail In the hotel known
as the Central Hotel, situate at
Marysville, In the Province of British
Columbia.
Dated this 14th day of October, 1915.
PAUL HANDLEY,
41-4t Applicant.
LIQUOR A< f, TulO
(Section 42)
NOTICE  IS  IIKKEUY   GIVEN   that
on the first day nf Docembor next application will ho run do to the Superintendent nf Provincial Pollco for renewal of tho hotol liconso tn sell
liquor by retail in tlio hotel known
as the Wasa Hotel, sltuato ul Wrmi,
near Cranbroolt, in tho Province of
Brilisli Columbia.
Dnted thl-* Mill day of Octi ber, 1915.
The Unionist Investment Co., Ltd.
J. ll. Quartly, General Manager for
tho Company,
41-4t Applicant.
I.Mil till ACT, 11)10
(Soctlon 42)
NOTICE IS HEREBY   GIVEN  that
on the first day of Docembor next application will he made to (lie Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of   the hotel liconso to    sell
liquor by retail  In  the hotel   known
aB  the   Imperial     Hotel,   situMc    at
Port Steele, in tiie Province of British
Colum bin.
Dated this ir.t'i day of October, 1915.
B. VV. WERDEN,
41-4t Applicant.
I.MM OK ACT, 11)10
(Section 42)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
on: the first day of December next application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
as tho Canal Flats Hotel, situate at
Canal Flats, ln tlie Province of British
Columbia.
Dated this 14th day of October, 1916.
E. H. SMALL,
41-4t Applicant.
MQUOB ACT, 1919
(Section 42)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tbat
on the flrst day of December next application will be made to thc Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
as the North Star Hotel, situate at
Kimberley, iu the Province of British
Columbia.
Dated thia 14th day of October, 1916.
H. W. DREW,
41-4t Applicant.
LHH'OK ACT. 1910
(Section 42)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
on> the flrst day of December next application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor hy retail in the hotel known
as the WyclliTe Hotel, situate at Wycliffe, In the Province of British Columbia.
Dated this 14th day of October, 1916.
HARRY EDWARDS.
41-4t AppllCOlt
LIQUOR ACT, 1910
(Section 42).
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
on the first day of December next ap-
pltcutlon will be made tu the Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of the liotel license to Bell
liquor by retail In the hotel known
ns the Kootenny Hotel, situate at
Moyie, in the Province of British Columblu.
Dated this Utli day of October, 1915.
W. J.  BREMNER,
41-4t Applicant.
NOTICE
All persons owing accounts to The
Queen's Hotel, Cranbrook, or to P. F.
Johnston, are hereby notified that
Prank Carlson has been appointed
bailiff by the mortgagee and Is now
In po&seBslon of tho Queen's Hotel and
Is entitled to collect the outstanding
accounts and book debts. Mr. Carlson
haB authority to give a receipt for accounts and any payments thereon.
Harvey, McCarter, Macdonald & Nisbet
42-2t Solicitors for Mortgarces.
NOTICE OF CANCELLATION
OF RESERVE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the reserve exhiting on Uts .Nos,
10355, 1036S and 11551, Kootenay District, by reason of a notice published
In the British Columbia Gazette on
the 27th of December, 1907, Ib cancelled, and that thc snld lands will be
opened to entry by pre-emption at 9
o'clock In tho forenoon, on Monday,
the 6th day of December, 1915, all applications to be made at the ofllco of
tho Government A;-,eiit ut Crunbrook.
R. A. RENWICK,
Department of Lauds,
Victoria, B. C,
September 24th.   1915.    39-10
OFFICIAL   ADMINISTRATORS  ACT
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN -that
on October 19, A.D. 1916, it was ordered by His Honor Judge George H.
Thompson, Esq., Judge of the County
Court of East Kootenay, that James
A. Arnold, Official Administrator for
that portion of the County of Kootenay Included ln thc Electoral District
of Cranbrook bc Administrator of all
and singular the estate of John I).
Cameron, deceased intestate.
Every person Indebted to thc said
deceased Is required to make payment
forthwith to the undersigned.
Every person having In possession
effects belonging to the deceased Is
required forthwith to notify the undersigned.
Every creditor or other person having nny claim upon or Interest In thc
distribution of the estate nf the said
deceased Is required to send before
the 30th day of November, 1915 next,
hy registered matt addressed tu tlie
undersigned, his name nnd address
and thc full particulars of hts claim
or Intercut, and a statement of his
account aud the nature of thu security
(tf any) held by him.
After the said last mentioned dato
tho Administrator will proceed with
tho distribution of the estate having regard to those claims only of which he
shall have had notice.
Dated at Cranbrook this 19th day of
October, 1916.
J. A. ARNOLD
42-2t Official Administrator.
IMPERIAL BANK of CANADA
HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO
j Capital Anl!nirl/nl   ... .«10,000,ONJ*
! Capital l'aiii U|i    l,mM*M
i BessrTS   asd   Undivided
Profits    ef*tfi*U*
Accounts of Corporation,, liunl-
cipalltles .Merchants, Farmers and
Private individuals Invited.
Drafts and Letters of Credit lsauatf
available in any part of the world.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT—Special
attention given to Savings Bank As
counts. Deposits of $1.00 and sp-
wards received aud Interest allowed
from date of deposit.
A branch is also established si
Athalmer, II.C., under the management of Irving C. Wedd.
Cranhrook Branch
II. W. SUPPLE, Manager
LIQUOR ACT, HID
(Section 42)
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
on the firBt day of December next application will bo made to tho Superintendent of Provincial Police fo- renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail In the hotel known
as the Central Hotel, situate at Moyle,
In the Province of British Columbia.
Dated thia 7th day of October, 1S16.
V. DESAUlaNIBR.
Th*
HOTEL
COEUR D'ALENE
Bpokane, Washington
"THE   HOTEL   WITH  1
PKK80NAUTY"
We believe we
have more regular patrons (rom
. Brltiah Columbia
tban any other
Hotel in Spokane
On your next trip
to thia city, let us
show you why
this is true.
Opposite new Union Station. Close to all places ot
interest. Rooms elegantly
furnished. Rates as low
as at the more ordinary
houses.
9a* Steamship •■ Ut Keel

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