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Array THE CRANBROOK HERALD
VOLUME 20
CIUNBROOK,    BRITISH COLUMBIA,
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER. 21m. litis
AWAY   OVER   THE   TOP
kTlVTftW"IH.»,'»».1«l.1«V1i*,l
Canada's Victory Loan $200,000,000 Oversubscribed
Honor Flags Won by Every Place in the-; Cranbrook District
DOES ITSELF PI
Local Overflow m PHILLIPS. M. C.
. KILLED INCH
en yoiti' Vict
. i II..v nt It.
mini
mal)*
Cranbrook bus gono ovor tho t«)>
with a bound. following Ih tlu> report of tho amount rained ln tho ■
whole district tor Canada's Victory
Loan 1018.
Wycllffe, amount subscribed, ${,-*..-'
660.00; numbor of subscribers 201.
Wardner, amount $20,060.0.1. number of scrlbers 7.1.
Klmbetley,  amount  $27,250.
bcr of subscribers 118.
Bull  River, amount $14,350
bcr of subscribers 65.
Fort Steele, amount $14,450   ti
bcr of subscribers 18.
Moyie, amount $7,050, number of
subscribers 21.
Cranbrook, amount $211,360, num
ber of subscribers 334.
Total amount subscribed $350,050.
total number of subscribers 821.
Honor flags are to be sent to nil
the places ln this district. Everyone
of them have earned them and they
shall have them. So says It, D. Mitchell, tho organizer, in a telegram to
K. H. McPhee, the chairman of the
local committee.
The following letters show how tlie
work nf Chairman McPhee and his
excellent committee have beon appreciated by thc genernl committee
for the province:
Vancouver. B. C.
November 14. 191S
R. H. McPhee. Esq Chairman
Victory Ixian Committee,
Cranbrook, B. C. 1918
, Dear. M>".   McPhee;
The  Recording   Secretary  has
Informed  me of  your  right   to   the
Governor Generate Honor King and
I am pleased to extend to you and
your excellent committee, my heart-
lest   congratulations    upon securing
your quota so early in the campaign
notwithstanding the almost  Insuperable epidemic conditions which have
confronted  your committed  and  the
entire" community at thin time.   The I the
entire Executive join me in this expression of appreciation.     1 am reminded at this   time   of   the   moai
enviable and honorable record Crnnbrook enjoys by virtue ot tho large
number of your cltltens having Joined the forces early In the war. their
history  to  date,  and   the   sacrifices
made in that regard.     Svery patriotic cause tins always received unanimous support  from Cranbrook  ami
the Victory LoOQ I-1 no exception. Our
earnest hope Is that during the last
week of th« Campaign you-  workers will keep up tho drive and make
your total milch target1 and earn many
CrOWnfl  for  the  Honor  Plug.
Yours  very  truly.
W.   A.   Mnlkln
Chairman
B. C. Executive Committee
Victory Loan 1018
Vancouver,   II.  (',
November 14th, 1918
R.  II.  McPhee,
Chairman, Victory Loan li'is.
Crunbrook, B, G
Dear Mr, MoPheo :
It is with the greatest possible
gratification that we ore today for-!
warding Honor Flag for Cranbrook
When I think or the great ulsubtll j
ties under which you have all labour-
ed, Hei>eciul)y   in   tlgbting   Inlli in,I
1 can only regard the result on
your efforts as magniilcenl. I hope!
there will be yet Itmo for you to
add a crown, perhaps crowns, to your
flag and I  am sure yon  will do It
LOST—A    bunch    i
presto tank key on It.
return i<> this offico
in a Safely
.•ll',       ' I
r keys with a
Finder please
The ladies of Christ Church Guild
will hold their annual bazaar In the
Parish Hall on Wednesday. Dec. 4.
Wanted—Second hand range or
cook stove and reservoir, must be a
good baker. Address or phone A. B,
Smith.
After having the "flu" have your
clothes French dry cleaned at tho
Cranbrook Cleaners, thut will remove
all contagious germs.    Phone 167.
it is with great rogret that we record the death of Lieutenant Eugene
Somerville Phillips, of Crunbrook,who
has been officially reported ;is killed
ln action. The sad news, coming as
it did when tlie atmosphere was lull
of the armistice enthusiasm, was s
great blow to the narentu ot the deceased officer, Mr. and Mrs. H. <\
Phillips, who had looked forward to
the home coming of their noy.
The news seemed to be additional
ly sad owing to tlie fact thut it was
I WtD 0E THANKS
lis   A. Somerville and family wish
express their Itnceresl thanks to
ir many friends for their kindness
sympathy in their sad bereave.
Vltl) OK THANKS
i more ma
li
London, Nov 80th,- -Captain Perslus
tiie German naval critic, has chosen
the moment when tlie finest vessels
of the German nuvy are about to be
Mr, Robert Woodey and family wish
to thank the Masonic Lodge, of Kim- ,      ,      .,     ,„. ... ,  ,
.    ,       ,      ,    ,. , , „   .. ' surrendered to the Al.es to publish in
berloy, also tho Knights ot Pythias, of   .„,,-.-.,. ,
,      ,       ,-!.,*.       J,    the  Berlin  Tflgoblat   a  sensational
Cranbrook and all friends for    their
klndnei
and
great bereavement
assistance during their  arUc!o ronl«'n'ns revelations  regar
CAM) Or' TIM.NKS
ding tlie  German   fleet.      Capt.  Pet
sius says that the iioiw thai the Ger-
: man fleet would be able In a second
, battle to heal the British fleet rested,'
.Mr. und Mrs. John    Bennett    und | upon the bluff and lies of the naval
generally thought ttat the deceased  family, of Marysvllle, wish to thank I authorities.     In  August,  l.ti4, Ger-
Owing to the prevailing epidemic
the Methodist Ladies' Aid have decided to postpone their bazaar until
the afternoon of Tuesday, Dec. 17th,
from 3 p. m. to 6 p. m.
Attention fs drawn to thc advertisement In another column that Miss
Edith Luttrell, a talented musician,
will arrive in Cranbrook next week.
Miss Luttrell, who carries high credentials, will be open to receive pupils for violin and pianoforte instruction.
Owing to numerous enquiries from
teachers, parents nnd children, notice
is hereby given that the Cranbrook
schools wil not re-open before December 2nd. and it will then depend
upon prevailing conditions of the
Spanish "Flu." and contingent, of
course, on the. Board-of Health lifting the bun. HARRY WHITE, Chairman of School Board.
SIR TUBS. HE
who had been recuperating after hie
illness caused by a wound received
tn August, was still in Blighty.
The deceased young officer was flu-
eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Phillips, of this city. He was born in
Clear View, N, B„ on February 20th,'
189B and was therefore almost 23
years of age. He came west with his
parents in 1911. He entered the employ of the C. P. It. us a freight clerk
nad two years later he was appointed agent at the Wycllffe depot. In
1915 he entered Columbian College.
New Westminster, where he matriculated. While here he heard the call
of his king and country, and he enlisted, March 1916. in the 186th Western Universities Battulion. with
which he went overseas. While at
camp he acted as bombing instructor.
and after he went overseas to France
he held the position of bombing officer in the 40th Battalion.
Lieutenant Phillips was at the front
for 11 months, when on August t2tli
of this year he   received   a    bullet
wound in the right shoulder. ' .'lie
! being in the hospital for a few weeks
| he took a trip through Scotland and
| Ireland  by the  courtesy of the  Red
Cross Society.
Upon bis return io active work he
I again .vent into action, receiving his
I fatal wound on November 1st. Lieut.
Phillips had the honor of gaining the
  i Military Cross in April of this year
n speech at Ottawa referring to      The London Gazette, of Sept. 29th.
Victory Loan. Sir Thos. White Is | ■»>'•*■   "This  officer  displayed   great
their many friends for the kindness
und sympathy extended to them in
their recent sad bereavement in the
loss of their daughter, Mrs. Hope, and
for their many beautiful floral offerings.
reported us follows:
"ll bus been a triumph for lhe Canadian people. The announcement
that Canada, ha.-* more than subscribed her last and greatest Victory loan
will profoundly impress the world as
to our economic soundness and financial strength, after more than four
years of war,
"i am more gratified than t can say
for the splendid response Of the public ami for the magnificent work of
the Victory loan workers throughout
tho Dominion. The influenza was a
most adverse factor. The conclusion
of lhe armistice and the ensuing celebration hindered to sour- extent, but
ou the whole l think thnt wus rather
helpful than otherwise. Xotwith-
standlug other drawbacks and Nicole-
itudes. however the loan went gloriously over tho top.
"Its success Insures the liquidation
of all the floating indebtedness of
the Dominion us well as providing
funds to meet tin- expenses of demobilisation ami credits for the purchase
of our agricultural ami manufactured
products during the period of reconstruction. Canada , will enter this
most Important \period splendidly
equipped financially us tho result of
the Victory lean
"I'o all (he agencies that so powerfully assisted tlu- press, the pulpit,
tin- various women's uud other organ-
Izniloiis, the great financial) railway
and other Institutions and to workers
I and helper*; I express, my most grateful thanks."
The latest figures show that the
loan    was    oversubscribed    to    an
if humanly possible.     May I suggest j limmnU wceedh-g $200,000,000, more
that you keep a record of tho core- than $700,000,000 being subscribed. A
mony when the tlag Is unfurled, so
that when the Cranhrook citizen
soldiers return to their homes yon
will have something to Bhow them as
evidence that you did not fall thorn
up to und beyond tho time when tbe
Kaiser had to surrender his sword to
Marshal Foch.
Yours very truly,  ,
P. J. Shallcross.
Chairman
Provincial District Campaign
very good showing for a country that
had already leant ttt its government
$760,000,000 in former loans, and a
country that before the war was a
borrowing and nol nlcndlng country
at alt.
Prank Romano, of Creston pent the
Herald a big rosy red Alexandra apple tn charge of B. II, Kirkland. It
must have required a whole, tot of
self control on the part of Mr. Kirkland to pi event him from cutting Into
tt It iu almost aa big im a water
DE-
111 THIS im
The Canadians have begun to return from overseas jn large numbers.
Five thousand left England on the
20th und 5,000 more are to leave next
week for home. Some 30,000 a month
nre expected to embark for the land
of the Maple Leaf until all our army
has returned
dash, courage and enterprise fn patrol duly on four different nights, securing valuable information and harassing and inflicting casualties on
the enemy, and has been awarded the
Military Cross. On one night lie
pushed forward with a small patrol
about 700 yards in the briglu moonlight, engaged an enemy Wiring party in mass with Lewis gun fire uud
killed six or eight and wounded
others. Pressing forward he was engaged by three enemy machine guns
ono of which be silenced with bombs
and   withdrew   without  casualties."
Lieutenant Phillips was a fine type
of young man and was unusually respected and beloved. He possessed a
fine physique and was a splendid all
round athlete. He wus unselfish,
kindly, and considerate of others,
anC was every inch a Christian gentleman-, He looked forward on Iiis re-
l ;rn to compleliuir his studies ur.d entering Ibe medical profession. Hi.*
demise will be a great sorrow to u
large circle of friends.
The sympathy of the entire community goes out to the borenved parents, Mr. and Mrs C. ll Phillip**, to
(he deceased's brother, Llsut Bperry
Phillips, a rcturnci' wounded officer,
and to the decofl ;ei!'sslstcr, Mrs T.
■V Phillips.
Tho ladies of Christ church Guild
will hold their annual bazaar In the
Parish Hall on Wednesday, Dec. 4.
MUSIC
Edith   Luttrell
Laic,  Ttavhtr  ut
Turonto Canttrvatory  of Miuie
Teacher of
PIANO & VIOLIN
Piano Pupil of Prank W blstnan
Toronto
Violin i'upiior Frank Bliiolifor11
Toronto and
II. KUng-Miftld j Now York
Will he in   Cranbrook   Nov. 2511
umi will in*open tu rocoive (itipll
for Pianoforte and Violin
Instruction
Full  particulars,  in next
w««k'»Crnnbrook Herald
v
Ellin OF MERCY
One of the very sad deaths due to
the Influenza was that of Mrs. Chas.
Elliott, sister of Mrs. Pinlay Robson.
Mrs. Elliott came here from Calgary
to take Mrs. Robson*s children back
with her to her Awn home. She was
accompanied by her husband, who Is
a C. P. R. conductor at Calgary, who
wns helping to arrange tomake the
move. Mrs. Elliott was taken sick
with the influenza and on Thursday,
November the 14tli she died. The body
was shipped to Lindsay, Ont., on Sun
day und was accompanied bv the bereaved husband. One of the aad
features of this case is that Mr. and
Mrs. Elliott, having no children nf
their own were going to adopt the
motherless babes of Mrs. Elliott's
sister.
is. iinmrs
r HI EBT
many had about 1,000,000 tonnage in
warships, the writer points out, while
Great Britain had more than double
that and thanks to the mistakes of
Von Tirpltz, the material wus quite
inferior to the Brltlatl. In the Ska-
gerak buttle, he declares, iho German|
fleet was saved from destruction
partly by good leadership and partly
hy favourable weather conditions.
Had the weather been clear or the
leadership of Admire! Von Scher less
able the destruction of the whole Gorman navy would have resulted. Tho
long range British guns would have
completely smashed tho lighter armed (lermun ships. As ti was the loss-
os of thc German fleet were enormous
and on June 1 it war, clear to every
thinking man that the Skagerrat battle mus tbe the only general naval en-
•wpement of the war.
On all sides, continues the writer.
admiral von Tirpltz was advised to
construct only submarines, but he remained obstinate. On Oct. 1, 1016.
several members of the relchstag
made an earnest appeal to the army
command—not to the naval staff-
with the result that.an order was Issued terminating the construction of
battleships in order that the material
might be used for making U-boats. In
the meantime so great a srarclty of
material had arisen that it became
necessary to disarm a number of the
battleships and take the metal. In
thlt* manner, at the beginning of -9-fi.
23 battleships had been disarmed as
well as one newly built cruiser. At
the beginning of this year, the German navy consisted only of dread-
naughts and battleships of the kaiser
type and some few cruisers. All the
ships which Von Tirpltz had constructed from 1898 to 1910 at a cost of
innumerable millions, had been destroyed and the submarines that had
been constructed had proved unable
to fight against British warships.
Admiral von Capelle, during his
period as head of the navy, says the
writer, constructed very few submarines of the large type, but in official
quarters It was stated that Germany
possessed an enormous number of
submarines and that the losses were
virtually nl.
That was not true, the writer admits. In 1917, he states, R.°» submarines were constructed, while 66 were
destroyed. In April, 1017, Germany
bad 12« submarines and in October
146. In Pebruary. 1018, hsehad 186
und in June of the samej year, 113.
according to the captain's figures.
Only a small percentage or their
Another proposition that hns been submarines were actively operating
considered is a land colonization at any given time, Captain Persius
scheme submitted by Hon. J. A. Cal- declares. In January, 1M7, for in-
dor, minister of Immigration Hnd col- stance, when conditions were favor*
oiilziition. The scheme Is distinct able ror submarine work, only 1;! per
from the soldiers' settlement, Its nent were active, while 80 per eenf
chief object i„ the development of wero in harbor, 38 ^ rem und(*r re.
-..developed land now held for spec ,r8 and 20 wr C8nt»l«eapacitated.''
ulutive purnosse.     Mr. cider  Pro- 8llbmarIlje creW5, he Paid. were not
mo el t'o t    ' llnmini07h0U'd Iendl sufficiently educated and trained and
money to the provinces for the nur-i .    , ,   .,, . »-.
..,„.      „, ,,„-       , ,     '    r      ' thev looked with distrust    upon the
chase ol  privately owned land.wh ch
Mrs. John McAulay, wife of C. P.
R. Conductor John McAulay, died on
Friday, Nov. 16th, of pneumonia, alter
un illness of 32 hours In the hospital.
The bereaved husband took the body
east to her former home in Scots-
town, Quebec. She loaves a husband
and one daughter to mourn her loss.
Heartfelt sympathy Is expressed for
the bereaved.
Dili. Ml PMIKI1L
eons en
The conference of Dominion and
Provincial ministers which is being
held at Ottawa has practically decided that the Western provinces are to
be given tlieir natural resources and
the older provinces arc to receive an
increased subsidy from the Dominion. As fur as British < dnmbiu Is
concerned this will affect only the
railway belt and a block In the Peace
river country, us tbe province now
owns itsown natural resources.
Big Reductions
In LADIES' COATS  SUITS
And MILLINERY
LADIES' COATS & SUITS
All THIS SEASON'S GOODS
Made of Good Quality Cloths and
in the Newest Designs     ::        ::
Very Special
One Third Off
Regular   Price*
Millinery
Many Pretty New Models   to   Choost  From.
ONE THIRD OFF REGULAR PRICES
McCreery Bros.
CRANBROOK'S MY COOPS ANO CLOTHING STORES
FOR HOME
OR CAMP USE
THE PEERLESsM
is the onl j original High Br***   .
Steam Cooker
With Patented Steam Pressure
Safety V*Ire and Low Wai
Steam Signal- ll require* no more
(oel than tbe eapem-lru Arete*
cooker*, and can >>• lefi on any
klud ol stove while oihi i h i i ■
hold work or § hopping i- done,
Will Cook a Full Meal on
a One Burner Oil Stove
J. D"mcBR.DE
Phone S tinker St.
~\
.J
would be sold to Intending settlers.
The purchasers will be expected to
put up in cash or Ih personal value
security amounting to 20 per cent of
the value of the land bought. The
settler would then get easy terms of
payment. It Is proposed that the
land will bo sold to the settler at a
slight advance over the purchase
price In order to insure against possible loss. In the case of loss lt Is
proposed fhuM the loss be equally divided between the Dominion und provincial governments,
they looked with distrust
weapon.
Announcement is made of the engagement of Miss Dorothy Webb,
daughter of Mr.A.H.Webb,of Dalfour,
former manual training nlhttructor In
this city, to Mr. David Allen Robertson, of Vancouver, B C.
MAS. ROBERT WOODEV
IT
The sad death of Mrs. Robert
Woodey, of Klmberley, took place on
Wednesday. Nov. 13th.pneumonia.fol-
lowing an attack of influenza, being
tbe cause. She was buried on Saturday in the K. of P. plot In the Cran-
'brook cemetery. She leaves a husband and two murried daughters and
one son to mourn her loss. The two
daughters live » Seattle and %ie son
s oversea*. The sympathy of the entire community goes out to Mr.
Wjoodey and family In their bereave-
Our Christmas Stock
Will soon be Ready.  We have a Complete Line
Winter Is Coming
Syrup of Tar & Cod Liver Oil
Syrup of Linseed, Liquorice 6c
Chlorodyne
Syrup of While Pine & Tar
Dominion Cascara, Bromide
Quinine Tablets
CRANBROOK DRUG & BOOK CO'Y
\*)e*t66i*>
H
J. ATCHISON, M-T. 1
Ma,  i'lHiar U.
Miilil I'liiinc :m     \ TAOE TWO
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
THURSDAY,  NOVEMBER   21st,   1918
Cranbrook Herald
Published Every Thursday by
TIIK  CRANBROOK  HER AM),   LIMITED
W. A.  MYERS,
Managing Editor
r
ESTABLISHED    1875
Ad-erUslng Hates on  application*   Changes for Advertising MUST be In
this    office    Wednesday    uuoti    thecurrent   week   to   secure   attention.
CRANHROOK, BRITISH CODL'MBIA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21st, 1918
OVKB THE TOP WITH A
TIIK.UKMMUS  S>Vi:KP
Canada's Victory Loan exceeded
the most .sanguine expectations.
The total amount realized was
¥676,087,317.00, more than a third in
excess of the maximum asked for.
Tho people of Canada hava practically Bald, "Ask, ami lt shall be
given yon, good measure, shaken
down, heaped up nnd running over.
British Columbia's quota of $26,-
noo,oou wns exceeded by over J>1Q.Q0GV
itoo. Every province In the Dominion
went over its objective, most of them
by a substantial margin
Cranbrook district had no trouble
at all in going over the top. Every
unit won Its honor flag, the total tor
the district being $343,000,
Fernle did well, subscribing fur
over $400,000' worth of the bonds.
Creston also camo through with
$10.0ui) more than its quota,
H. 1). Mitchell, tho organlz r for
this district worked hard to make it
a success und he wus highly pleased
with thf result. He slated thut in the
district he covered, which wus made
up of Phoenlx.Qreenwood, Trailjlo&s-
laud, Grand Forks, Cranbrook and
Ferule the total .subscriptions this
year exceeded those of l!H7 hy tho
substantial amount of $400,000,
Nelson  took over $550,000.
Canada at homo as well as Canada
on the battlefield lias been Johnnie
on tbe spot ever since the war begun.
there is no hurry; if it comes within
30 days it will be soon enough. As
long as they keep the tonus "Of the
armistice they will do flrsl rate and
this the Allies ure enforcing to tho
letter.
Treachery is suggested. Yesterday
the newspapers wore full of rumors
that the whole llmi situation was n
ptol on the part of the Huns io get
their army out of a tight place in
Prance and Belgium back safe into
their own dear l-'allu-iiuml. wliere
tbey would luru uroiiud and the Allied army would become an easy prey,
Hut this run hardly be lhe casee. us
tbey have already lo ll Met* and
Strassburg, have forfeited n tromon-
dons amount ol booty in thc shape of
very   necessary    war   mat or Ull,   gnus
ii nun unit ion, transports, etc. As a
fighting force the enemy is done for
on land and already the greater part
in" the fleet bus been turned '>ver to
the Allies.
Tho rumors
Hohenzollern,
cmjieror,   may
Germany
actlonnri
therefore thai William
the former German
may possibly return to
become the centre of n re-
movement and upset tiie
new order of government can not bo
taken seriously. Ii would not do any
harm, however, to seize tho Kaiser
that, used lo be and put htm on exhibition. Better thnt thru to run any
chances of his making a monk*
tho Allies.
IMPERIAL BANK
OF CANADA
JOINT SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
Th. nhm ot • joint acini- .ccount it in th* convanlanc* It gives to both
putiM—either on* can do Ih* bankini.
For family purpotai m joint account b an ideal arrangement, at either hut-band
or wife can deposit or pay th* bills without bothering on* another. .M
CRANBROOK BRANCH,
B. E. HOWARD,
Mumper.
DO
timothy, A. B. Smith, H. H. McOlure;
clover. A. Ii. Smith. A. .1. Miller; alfalfa, lsl and 2nd A. ll. Smith; any
other variety fodder. 1st and 2nd A.M.
Smithlfield corn, M. Lag, (Or est on),
W V. Jackson (Creston); best collection fodder. A. B. Smith.
Hoys and Girls' Agricultural Ex.-
12 potatoes,   13dwunl   While, Douglas
collection vegetables und roots, Annie
Johnson, Albert Johnson; beets, Helen Worden, K. 1). Taylor; onions, curry Clarke; carrots, Bessie Hallott, C.
Clarke; Turnips, Edltli Johnson, Albert joluiBonparsnips, Bessie Hallott;
bouquet cut flowors, Edith Johnson,
llillte Taylor.
Schools Exhibits-   Handwriting
Pupils under 7 Jessie Plete, Kruest
Worden; pupils under !i. Sophia McGregor, Marian Williams; pupils under U, .lean Wilson, Amy Williams;
pupils under 18, Helen Mueller, Alice
pupils under iti, E. Williams, Gfibrlol-
lu Hamilton. Map Drawing Pupils
under 14, Dorothy Leask, Annie Johnson; pupils under 17, Verne Woodman
FOOD CONSERVATION
MIST BE CONTINUED
Vou can be extravagant ns you like
In expressing your joy at the end of
tho war, and the suddenness and completeness of the victory, but you must
go easy on the sugar bowl. Don't Increase your allowance of chocolates
to thc prewar puuntity. Don't waste
bread or meal or butter or cheese;
don't throw away crusts or fat or
cold meats; don't cut out your fish
diet either In whole or in part; don't
waste a thing in tho way of foodstuffs, becausethere is u world shortage of food. Starvation und famine
are staring 250,000,000 people in
Europe In tbe race. Hunger is now
causing revolutions In half ot the
continent but recently releusnd from
the thraldom of war. The only way
to fight revolution successfully Is by
feeding the multitudes who ure starving to death. Thc Allies must be fed
first, but the late enemy countries
must not bo permitted to starve.
Famine will breed diseaso and if tlte
world is swept with an epidemic of
pestilence, the war will only he a
plaything beside lt. War threatened
to annihilate some nationalities, but
pestilence will not only threaten to
annihilate but will actually accomplish its threat, not aguinst a small
area, but against the whole world.
Use a small spoon when you dip
Into the sugar bowl, and don't think
that because you can get a third set
of teeth any time you want them that
you need use no carcin regard to the
puantity of sweots you devour.
How much sugar is a fair quantity
for one person to consume in one
day? The Canada Food Board says
six spoonfuls Is enough—that Is tea-
upoonfuls. The sugar ration is to be
continued indefinitely. Canadian restaurants are not permitted to give
their customers all the sugar they
ask for. Manufacturers and confectioners have also heen put upon strict
sugar rations, and could not well get
below their present minimum. Why
should people at home cxjiect to get
it? When all thc people In private
homes get down to the level of restaurants and sugar manufacturers,
the shortage will be fully met. What
Ih sauce for the goose Is sauce for the
gander. Two pounds a month—the limit—means six spoonfuls a day.
EAST UITEH. Fill
FI PHI WINNERS
Owing to the fact that we were held
up for a month waiting for a starter
for the motor that runs our linotype.  (
somehow, somewhere, we do not know
—we have been unable to qubltsh the
whole of the prize list in fall, so we
are doing our best to make amends
now
Leonard Burton, Freehand Drawing
Pupils under 14, Cordon Armstrong,
Norman Beech; pupils under 17, Otto
GUI, Evelyn Moore. Painting—Pupils
f j under 11. Phyllis Hersey.Doris Brooks
pupils under 14. Eunice Barrett, Annie
Johnson; Isobel Parker, honorable
mention; pupils under 17. Edna Sanderson, Evelyn Moore. Colored Designs—Pupils under 14. Eunice Parrett. Norman Beech; pupils under 17.
Verne Woodman. Alma Sarvls. Working Drawings—Pupils under 14. It.
Parrett, J. Moffntt; pupils under 17.
Verne Woodman, otto Gill. Clay or
Plasticine Modelling—Pupils under !i.
eorge Fanning, Harry Fanning: pit-
iinvv
PEACE OPERATIONS
ARE PB0CEED1NG
When tiie Germans began tho war a
little more than four years ago, they
guve as their reason for punning to
France through Belgium that rapidity of action was there greatest asset,
therefore the Allies gave them terms
ot arnilutice that will keep all their
assets In liquid form. They have
kept the Huns on tbe move so rapidly
that a protest has been entered, but
to no avail. General Foch is determined lo see that the Hun retirement
shall be no picnic, They will pass by
thc green pastures and still waters of
the Fatherland west of thc Rhine like
fugitives In a mighty hurry to get
somewhere, they don't care where, before they are overtaken by the pursuing avenger.
The Belgians have entered both
Antwerp and Brussels; the French
have reoccupled practically the whole
of Invaded France and have appoint'
ed French governors over Alsace Lor
alne; the fleet has been given up to
the Allies. There has lieen no hitch
of any kind. Revolutionists, Socialists, Militarists all seem to vie with
one another In carrying out the terms
of the armistice with tho greatest of
alacrity- Everybody in Germany le
looking for peace right away.    Bul J
pils under 14, Ellen Miles. Small
Model In Wood, no joints, pupil:; under
12, R. Parrett. James Logan: pupils
, under 14, Arthur GUI, Norman Wus-
The starter arrived on Monday son. |M1|)1)k under -,*, Verne Wood-
und we are having the use of our ma- j mwi> SmaM Woodwork Model, one or
chine now and hope that our troubles | more joints—Euplls under 13. Gordon
from this source are over. Following Armstrong, Fred Kirkland; pupils un-,
is the continuation of the prize list: Ler iri< 0arneld Taylor. Leonard Bur-
(Jralns and Grasses—Fall Rye, Ly- ton; pupils under 17, Warren Spcnce.
man Taylor;-spring rye, John TJelmer; Hugh McDonald. Larger Piece of
winter wheat, Fred   Clarke;    spring) Woodwork—Pupils under 17, Norman
spring wheal. II. II. McClure, James
Wesson, Garfield Taylor.
I    Girls'    Work  (under    13)—Sample
rochet work—   S. E. Sanderson. Ga-
Cherrington (Creston); beardless bar
ley, John Delmer;
2nd John Delmer;  flax, S. Johnson;   Harriet E. Murgatroyd. Agnes Somer-J
ley. John Delmer; field peas. 1st and|briella Hamilton: darned   slocking-
ville; apron or smaller article—Frances Chelmtck, Irene Llnnell; sample
embroidery- Helen Worden, Prances
Cheimiok; pair socks (knit] Eva
Armstrong.
Girls' Conker) Plain cake.Patrlcin
McDerniolt. Harriet E. Murgntroyd;
tea biscuits, Patricia McDermott, Harriet B, Murgatroyd; cookies. Harriet
lv Murgatroyd,
line Arts   Oil   Colors    I   IVnler
Colors—Portrait or figure, irma L,
Ward; l.nndsciipe or seascape, IrlUfl
L. Ward, Mrs. M. II. Walinslcy; still
life, trulls, etc., Edna Sanderson.Irinii
L. Ward; painting mi silk, 1st and 2nd
Miss D. Henderson.
Pencil,   pen   nnd   ink, chalk, etc
Portrait or figure, Mrs. M, ll. Walra-
aley; architectural drawing, P. G.Morris; mechanical drawing. 1st umi Snd
Henry Chester.
Decorative Work—Curved woodwork
Mrs. John S. Brake; brass work. Master Dan Brake; painting on china-Mrs,
H. McKowan.
Amateur Photography—Six landscapes or outside views, Mrs. H. McKowan, Mrs. B. F, Whiteside.
Ladles' Work — Lingerie —Crochet
work, Mrs. Charles Mngee. .1. A. Walllnger; embroidery. Mrs. J. S. Brake.
Mrs. T. H. Steadman (Macleod); Irish
crochet. Mrs. T. II. Steadman, Miss
Violet Simpson; any other varlety,Mrs,
T. H. Steadman. Miss Orpliu Perry,
(Wycllffe). Bed linen. Embroidery,
Mrs. G, Sanderson; crochet, Mrs. Chas.
Magee, Ellen Maystre; set of 3 pieces.
Mrs. T. H. Steadman 1st and 2nd; any
other variety bed linen. Mrs. O. M.Barney, Mrs. ('has. Magee. Embroidery
on white linen—tea cloths. Miss Mary
Mott, Mrs. T. H. Steadman; luncheon
seis. Mrs. T. H. Steadman; best display. Mrs. T. H. Steadman; any other
variety embroidery on while linen.Mrs.
M. H. Walmsley, Mrs, 11. F. Whiteside.
Needle lace—Point, lace, Mrs. T. II.
Steadman, Mrs. M. H. Walmsley; tatting. Mrs. A. Ore*- Fort Steele, Mrs, T.
H. Steadman; drawn thread, Mrs. J,
S. Brake. Mrs. T.„ll. Steadman; any
other vaiiety needle lace. Mrs T. II.
Steadman. Mrs. J. S. Brake. Colored
embroidery—sflfe work—Table cover
on■■jr.aslv.-r-ti'.. Miss Mary Mott, Mrs.
Dan Logan; sofa pillows. Mrs. B. F.
Whiteside. Miss R. M, Bardgett; best
display. Mrs. T. H. Steadman; any variety colored embroidery. Mrs. B, F.
Whiteside. Mrs. T. H. Steadman. Hed-
GLASSES
It may be that your eyes are becoming weak and you are afraid lo acknowledge il. That is tho way with a
good many people, both old and young.
Thc young particularly seom afraid to
admit their failing sight, but is no
novelty nowadays und certainly no
disgrace. We will remedy any de-
faoltvo oyealght und guarnntco Buiisfue
ti«i< Delays ui'u dangerous come today,
Raworth Bros.
OPTICIANS
\l   III   llll'   Posl iff!
Jameson's
BAKING   POWDER
Fcadicr Light
JAMESON'S
JAVA AND   MOCHA
COFFEE
JAMESON'S
TEA
JAMESON'S
KXTHACTS
The users   ure   the   Con-
nnlseurs.
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
MeotB ln the
1'urlah    Hall
first   Tuesday
afternoon    ot
every   month
nt 3 p.m.
PreB., Mrs. E.
H. Leaman
Secy, Mrs. J. W. Burton, P. O. Box Oil.
All ladle- co-dlully Invited.
LAIl'LAW & OEWOLF
41i il and Mining; Engineer*.
II. ('. Land Surveyors
CRANBROOK, B. C.
Bhreadfl Linen Kmb. or crochet trltn-
ming, Mrs. li, Sanderson; knitted or
oroehotod, Mrs. J. s. linikc, lira. n.
Plstono; patchwork. Mrs. 11. II. Mc-
Cluro, Mrs. rims. Magoe; any other variety bedspread, Mrs. M. tl. Walmsley,
Mrs. ii. ll, McClure. Hand Sewing—
Display button holes on linen, Mrs. J.
S. Brake, Mrs. T II, Steadman; blouse
or dress. Mrs. T. H. Steadmnn: set of
:t pieces (lingerie), Mrs. T. H. Steadman; any other variety hand sewing,
Mrs. T, II. Steadman, Mrs. .T. S. Drake.
Wool Work - fair sucks. Mrsv T. H.
steaituian. Mrs. Geo. Hogarth; heat
darned Blocking, Mrs. T, H. Steadman,
Mrs. .1. S. Drake; crochet in wool. Mrs.
T. II. Steadman; any other variety
wool work. .Mrs. T. II. Steadman. Old
Ladles' Work Kill years or overl—Colored   embroidery, Mrs. Chas. Magee;
Don't Suffer
Needlettly
I." you  arc
Weak,
Anemic,
1    l»rs.
(liven ic MiieKlnnnn
Pliislriiins and Surgeons
Ollle,
at   residence.   Arms
Avenue
office Hunts
rung
Foroi
onus       lllll) to
lit no
After
IIIOII'I '.'.till til
'.110
Kvcn
iikb   "iM lo
two
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CRANBROOK, It C.
'.:;»
/.ft
vyt' .. n.-n. ll.   9
l%'     no • bl c.i. new
I.O.O.F.
KEY IITV MIDGE, No. 43
Meets   every
Monday nlgbt
at Fraternity
Hall.     Sojourning   Oddfellows
cordially Invited.
13. II, Mcl'lice,      J.W. Sience,
Secy. N. Q.
lilt. F. II. MILES
DENTIST
Olllce in Hanson Block
OFFICII HOURS
11 to 12. a.oi.
1 to   r> p.m.
CRANBROOK,  B.C
lleiillle.Muriili) Co.
u*i
crochet lace, Mrs,
,    special for beat
i fancy  work and
1 choice of n lady'
Chas. Magee.
'ollet'tive display ot
lewlng, 1st. prize—
$10.00 wnist or a
PUBLIC HOTICE!
Thc Citizens are hereby notified that a good supply of Vaccine has now been received and it is the opinion of the Medical
$10.00 pair olshoes. donated by \V. D.
Hill—Won  by Mrs. T. If   Steadman;
2dd prize   $5.00 in  merchandise, do-1
nated by It. J. Binning—Won by Airs, j
Chas. Magee.
Special prize of dlaptay of Indian
work—Won by Barnaby,
rookery—War Bread (2 loaves).Mrs. I
Dun Melinite; Qrahamuread (2 loaves) j
Mrs. K. T. Cooper; doughnuts, Mrs. G.
M. Harney; cookies. Mrs. E. T. Cooper,;
Mrs. Fred Clarke; corn meal gems.Mrs.
E. T. Cooper, Mrs. Fred Clarke; apple i
pie. Mrs. E. T. Cooper. Mrs.Fred Clark;
lemon pie, Mrs. Fred Clarke; pumpkin
pie, Mrs. (J. M. Harney; canned fruit,
Mrs. E. T, Cooper, 1st aud 2nd; canned
vegetables. Mrs. H. II. McClure. Mrs.
B. T. Cooper.
Special for tlie best two loaves of
bread baked from government standard Purity flour, donated by lhe Western Canada Flour Mills Limited—1st
prize. 08 lb. sack Purity Flour, won by-
Mrs. Dun Molnnfs; 2nd prize. 40 lb,
sack Purity Flour, won by Mrs. W. n.
Glbbs.
The Herald
From This Date
Until Dec.311919
For $2.00
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Massage and Rest Cure, Highest
References, terms moderate.
Apply Mrs. A. Crawford, Matrou
Phone 269 1*. O. Box 845
Address, Garden Ave. Cranbrook
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i.a.i ii.Yu.l- Cakes, Pies
mul Pastry
Phone 37
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Printing!
The Herald
$2.00
year
Orders placed witli us
aro assured satisfactory production because we posses every
facility for Rood service—
Capable workmen expert supervision, latest and besl equipment, large capacity.
A telephone message
brings lo your service a helpful salesman,
Cranbrook Herald
1 i
PRINTERS   &    PUI3ISHERS
DESIGNERS, & EMBOSSERS
KM(1 IITS OF PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, 11. C.
Meets every Tuesday at 8 ii.m. In
tlie Fraternity Hall
R. C. Carr. C. C.
C, H. Collins, K. It. & s.
Visiting  brethren cordially Invited to attend.
overseas n.i 11
Meets lu Moulo Hall second
Tuesday of every month at 8
1>. m.
Memlierslilii open to British
citizens.
Visiting numbers cordially
welcomed.
E. Y. Brake,       J. F. Lower,
President. Secretary
CHAS. S. PARKER
Forwarding aud  Distributing
Agent (or
Lethbrldge and Groi nhlll Coal
Imperial Vll Co.
Dlstrbution Cars a Specialty.
Knijlng ami Transferrin!?
Ulven prompt ntteutlon
Phone 63
Officer that all persons should
Be Vaccinated
Drs, Green and McKinnon will innoculate
FREE
all who desire this done and who call at their Office on Armstrong
Avenue.
LESTER CLAPP, Mayor
Cranbrook, B.C.,Nov. 18th, 1918.
The Shoe Specialist
JOE MARAPODI
Hnllsfactlon (iuaranteed
.headquarters (er all kinds o(
Repairs
"WHITE"
SEWING MACHINES
M«DI IN CANADA
rON CANADIAN HOMIS
WILL GIVE YOU
COMFORT
IASE AND
REAL PLEASURE
WHILE SEWING
Can you think of any reason why
there should not be one In your
home?
I. M. MACI'IIDIISON
t'liilirlnkir
Phone ll.'ill
Niirlinry Ave, nni In Clly 11*11
IImilium lleslnnriiiil
Heals at All Hours
Clg»r«, Cigarette- and Cindy
CRANBHOOK STREET.
Opposite tbe Bank of Commerce
DR. DeVAN'S FRENCH PILLS Ot
IuUtlnr fill for Women. #, k box or threofor
lU.^Hold at all Drug Htoruu. or mailed to miy
Kddreu on receipt ol price. Tin BcorC.Li. Dhuo
Co., Ht. Cnthnrlnes, Ontario-  	
PH0SPH0N0L FOR MEN; S
VlUlltrifoT Nme and Bitln- Incietwe"$nf
MU«T'.ftToalc--wU. build jronup.ua box, or
J. F. DEACON
AiilflinnliilcH for hire.. .Boats
on Oreen liny in Connection.
I'llOMIL'll       CltANBROOK
If vou want satisfaction
with vour washlnir
send It to
MONTANA LAUNDRY
Special orlces for familv
work THURSDAY,  NOVEMBER 21st, 1H1S
CRANBROOK      HERALD
I'AUK THREE
/
r
FRENCH IVORY
TOILET WARE
Th»ex<*uinite desiRim we re-
ccivcil in n, recent shipment nf
Parisian Ivory will'iippca. tu
everyone. Combined with the
beautifully coloured muno-
-rraminij that wu itn this lino is
a revelation. Every Rift irek-
er should look ul this lino before bnylny.
Hiiir Bruut-ei Hal Brushes
Cloth Brualiw Manicure Traya
Piiwder Boxes Photo Frame*;
Boudoir Clock*   Hand Mirrors
ffi 31
NAN WORK FROM SUN
TO SUN, but WOMAN'S
WORK ii NEVER DONE
THEttEFOV.
Win nut add to liar com fori ueil
eiiso with an ELECTRIC IRON
that's sura to plettso.
i Inotl sharp Si llSSt IRS umi u f i...■
I1DTOHER KNIFE  are dnmlj
things for lhe busy housewife.
Another   groat   wonder is our
Iia/.ky curitx-It make-fine
hntterand is easy lo turn,
She will save much worry umi
care hv a set of our hanusomo
ALUMINUM WARE.
And when once she uses n MEAT
CHOPPER, It's not worth while
to Try to stop her.
F. PARKS & CO.
Hardware & Mill Supplies
Cranbrook,    -    B. C.
If EH
l^ocal and personal
Kilby frames pioturosj phone 9.
Insure witli Beale & 131 well.
Dry wood wanted at the Her
aid office,
Capt. Tumor Lee, of tlie 64th, returned ou Sunday and was given o
hearty reception,
[    Cranbrook Saddlery tor Gloves and
j Mitts.
Mrs, Vlnceul LlddlooUOi demonstrator for tin> Pacific Milk Co., Iuih gone
to Grand porks,
Mr, Prank Issznrd uud wife left on
Saturday for Saskatoon, wboro Prank
linn Boeurod » poBttlon in » job offleo I
as operator. Thai leaves us short-
haudod for n fow dayB. until wo m*
what i« going lo turn op.
c. nisiiop, nt' Winnipeg, iius been
appointed to the position of sales <
manager for the Cranbrook Jobbers.
He arrived on Thursday last with his'
wife mul family, and ;.ro temporarily
residing on Armstrong avenue.
I We cor_nratulate the many citizens
| who have been under the weather and
. are now over the top. It is to be
, hoped that their hearts overflow with
1 gratitude and their strong boxes with
Victory Bonds.
All surplus roosters, tlie poultry pacers tell u«, ure pro-German. We
Imve railed them some hard names
when crowed out of our early morning aliimbers, but never anything
tiuite bo harsh as that
Run-Down People
Vinol is What You Need
Weak, run-down nervous men and women need
Vinol because it contains the most famous reconstructive tonics in an agreeable and easily digested
form:-Beef and Cod Liver Peptones, Iron and
Manganese Peptonates and Glycerophosphates.
We guarantee there is no tonic equal to Vinol
HERE IS PROOF
Detroit, Micli.
" I Rot into a weak, run-down condition, no appetite, tired all the time
and headaches — but had to keep
around and do rny housework. I read
about Vinci and tried it-within two
weeks 1 commenced to improve, an.!
now have a splendid appetite and feel
Stronger and better in every way."—
Mrs. John F. Wataon.
fe.bl. ..Id (..tuple hi
Tezarluna. Teui.
" 1 keep bouse and I Wat weak, rundown and nervous, back ached a good
deal of the time, ao ft was hard to
take care of my elm-ken, and do my
'•':-Vinol has restoredmy strength,
and my nervousness has gone, io
I can do mv work as well as ever.
Every tun-down woman should take
Vinol."—Mil, Emma Britt.
.linen.. ..,, i..i„«i,   overworked n.u.
hen. Ihere I* ho r.tn.a. Ilk. Ttaol,
I
I.IIIIOMISDN.S DANCE OKI IIKKTIIA !
Now Open lor Kngiigenipnts.    One to
Knur I'leiten
The Music with the PEP.    For Terms
Apply
JIIIS. KIlMONIISCtt'
or illume 2211 rrunbrook, B. C.
Hce sets. Jrtfl.
te'SUNMEHTWi
I |~ i.lMlT«0--»_1
*OM,. :oC.cmCHAW5l
II IN AIIII"!
i\i'ii:vi
Till
COEUR D'ALENE
Spokane, Washington
THE HOTEL WITH A
PKHSOXAMTV
This h oil Be has tlu
happy ■libUiicUou of being thu favorite stop-
plug place in Spokane
for the people of British
Columbia Wo appreciate
this patronage ami do
everything In our power
to make you comfortable.
Our loratlon la excellent —
close to Oreiu Northern Station
umi 0. W. R. * N.-Mllwauke.
terminal, and within a minute's
walk from tho principal business
bouses and placeR nf amusempnt.
Sen   M-ani-.li,..  ou   Hoof
Attention—Will all those who bor-l
rowed flags, streomora and bunting i
from the Q. W. v. A tor decorating
purposes please return entne ut* soon i
ilh possible to Mr. Richardson ;:t the
Herald office. Prompt attention to
this matter will be Appreciated by the
Association.
A. J. Palmqulat, of the Perry Creek|
hydraulic mining company, lefi lust
Saturday for Ohtcaeo. Mr. Palra-
pulBt will look after acinic large mining properties lie has lu Mexico before returning in the spring to continue development work on Perry
Creek next spring. We wish him luck
and a uafe return.
We should have oald iliai Private
John Pair died of bronchial pneumonia in a clearing r.tation in France.
He waa In the infantry for -'■! months,
Word was received to say that hewas
taken dangerously ill. He lint', had
several narrow escapes on the battlefield, at one time a bomb dropping
within ten feet of him and he said
that he had been very lucky as ho got
or.ly a taBte of the powder. Having
escaped the shells he was taken witli
disease. He leaves a wife and two
children to mourn his loss.
Word has been received in tho
city that Cadet Ian Gront Forbes, of
Vancouver, formerly of the Canadian
Bank of Commerce staff here, died on
October 30tli at the Military Base hospital at Toronto, from pneumonia following an attack of influenza. Mr.
Forbes was a native of Aberdeen.
Scotland. He left his home land and
came straight to Cranhrook, to taKe
r position with the Canadian Bank of
Commerce and later wns transferred
to Vancouver. He was n young man
of great ability and of a genial disposition and was a universal favorite.
Those who know him here will feel
very keenly the loss of his loyal and
warm friendship and will sympathise
deeply with his mother aud listers In
tlie Old Country whose loss they
share. Cadet Forbes wus interred in
Toronto by the Royal Air Force with
full military honors.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
CHANGE IN
TRAIN   SERVICE
Bfftcttve Aiiuii*,! Is, IIMS, there will lie a ut'iicritl change
In I rain service. Times (or trains tit f rnnlironk will lie:
No 07
No. 68
11.30 p, m,        l.v.      Medloln Hat
Ar.       6.25 a. m.
12.00 Noon       Ar.        Cranbrook
Lv.       4.05 p. m.
12.15 p. in.       l.v.        Cranbrook
Ar.       3.50 p. m-
11.45 p. in.       Ar.   Kootenay Landing   l.v.       11.20 p. m.
No. S25 Daily ex. Sun.
No. 824 Daily ex. Sun.
7.00 a. in-        Lv.        Cranbrook
Ar.       12.20 p. m.
S.30 a. in.       Ar.         Kimberley
Lv.      10.00 a. m.
No. 821. Mon and Thill's,
No. 822 Wed and Sat.
1)00 a. ni.         Lv.        Cranbrook
Ar.       3.30 p. m.
6.00 p. m.       Ar.          Athalmer
Lv.       7.00 a. m.
Tues. and Fri.
Tues. and Fri.
0.00 a. ni.       Lv-           Athalmer
Ar.       7.00 p. m.
11.00 ii.in.       Ar.             Golden
Lv.       3.00 p. m.
WE CONGRATULATE
CRANBROOK
DISTRICT
For Their Going
"Over The Top"
ON BUYING
VICTORY
BONDS
HIRST'S
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
nl Canada Limited
Office, smelting and Refining Department
TltAIL. BRITISH COLUMBIA
SMKI.TKIIS     AM)     I1EFIS12KS
1'iircltn.ser nl' (<<ild, Silver, Copper, Lead nnd Zinc Ores.
Tnliannc llrtintl I'ig Lend, milestone. Spelter and Copper
m
m
iJti^HYACIHTHE
FACTORY
ThtAmaHcUmUeCnadylai
St. llviiiiiitlr, Qur., tnlirtly devoid In Ihr prniluftinn 0*w0rjb*
opacity /."<"i pain /<" d.iy.
Shoes for Canada's Workers
FOR many vim is this company haa studied lhe shoe needs of workman in all lines of industry. The conditions under which work
shoes are worn differ widely, and no single type of shoe will suit
all of them.
Ames Holden MeCready shoes for farmers, lumbermen, miners,
mechanics, etc., are the result of special effort to produce exactly the
type of shoe which will give the longest possible service together with
thc greatest comfort to each class. We a re able to do t his because of our
large output, and the fact that A. 11. M. shoes ate sold in all sections of
Canada—not merely locally.
It is worth remembering that there is an A. 11. M. shoe for every
purpose, for men, women and children, Incidentally, A. H. M. shoes
bear thc Union Label, which is a guarantee of the besl factory conditions and thc highest standards of workmanship.
A.H.M. War.Tirlte Selvclitms fur Men, Women unit Children
offer special Service Value.    Ask your dealer for lliem.
AMES HOLDEN McCREADY
LIMITED
"Shoemakers to the Nation"
■T.JOHN        1IONTREAI.        TORONTO ^Q*v WINNIPEG    EDMONTON   VANCOUVER
Any Way You Turn
you will find WRIGLEY'S.
Everybody thinks of WRIGLEY'S
when chewing gum is mentioned.
This is the result of years of
effort to stive mankind the
benefits and enjoyment of this
low-cost sweetmeat.
WRIGLEY'S helps appetite and
digestion—allays thirst-renews
vigour.
MADE IN CANADA
Scaled tlaht-
KePt right
When you bay Shoes took for—
—this Trade-mark on every sots
Without Music You Cannot
Live a Full Life
Music is now recognized ai a necessity in the
home. Music feeds the soul, as food feeds the body
and literature feeds the brain. Next to religion, it is
humanity's greatest  comforter.
The New liaison opens the doors to the world
of music. It brings the supreme art of the greatest
singers, instrumentalists and musical organizations
to vou with s'ich unerring fidelity that the artists
themselves could give \ou no more.
Tie NEW EDISON
"Tht Phonograph with a Soul"
does not merely imitate; it actually re-create*.
Before audiences totalling morethan two millions,
thirty great arrists have conducted tone tests which
proved that no shade of difference
couid be detected between the artist
and the instrument. They hive sung
in direct companion with the New Edison, then
suddenly ceaied, permitting thc inatrun.ent :o
continue alone. The only way the lU'.snen
could tell when the irur trooped w.< by
watching hit lipt. And whn tbe lighti lowered,
they were unaoie to say when j: waa the living
voice they heard and when  the   New  EdUon.
CouM a more convincing *eit than thi* be
deviled i Doesn't it prove the truth of our uienion
thai ownenhip or thii int'rumrn- * equivalent to
having all ;he grfit aniiti of' the wor.d luerally
at one'i command f
Come in and hear the New Ediion here, or a"ow ui to Knd
cne to your home, where you can hear it at your Ictaure. ]74
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THE CRANBROOK HERALD
THURSDAY,  NOVEMBER 21st, 1918
A COLD
Hare you ever come oat
of 11 theatre, ur church or
over-heated room and felt,
Immediately thc cold night
•lr caught your throat and
breathing ptt-.sages.that you
were going to catch cold?
That Is the time to take
Veps. Two or three Peps
taken at once will prove an
unfailing preventive. A
cold developed means needless suffering and expense-
Safeguard yourself by always keeping a box of reps
on hand.
They are also best for
coughs, sore throat and bronchitis.   AU dealers, Mc. box.
The "flu" amid not keep A. M.
MacKoneio, ot the Royal Hank long
.iff his teet. He is back again counting oul the money.
P, M. MacPUeraon IB hack again at
the Hanson Oarage, after having been
laid up fir several days with influenza.
There have been only four deaths
this week. Considering that during
the past (our weeks there have been
54 deutlis from influenza this is something to be very thankful  for.
The temporary hospital, the old
Went worth hotel, has been cleared of
nil its patients and ir, now dosed.
HE HE PLEASED
TJJTE Till
The Provincial Governmeni lias appointed the governmeni agents all
through tlie province as liquor vendors. It assures the sale of a good
brand of liquor if there Is any such
thing. That there is some vile stuff
la quite evident. N. A. Walling or had
no difficulty in disposing of ten gallons to "flu" patients and others, as n
rirst instalment
Those who have the "flu" and believe that a drink of good whiskey
will cure it, can now take a drink
and get better, while those afflicted
and who do not believe In the efficacy
of strong drink as n cure, can lto dry
aud get belter.
JUNIOR RED GROSS
ANNUAL REPORI
Following is ii«' financial report ol
the Junior Red Ctobb Society lor tlia
year ending Sept. Both, 1918:
RECEIPTS
j ProceedB trom tea,Sep.2B,1017.$ 24-fir,
Proceeds {torn candy mile—   ■*-r,r>
Mrs   ll. A. McBlrrfey      l-<">
ProceedB trom concert nnd un-
t    voillng  of   Honor   Roll,   Nov.
28,   1011     88.40
Peea to December 81«t, 1917.. 3-40
Donations for wool In Mar.ltlS 43.27
Proceeds   from   picture   show
Mny   15,   1918     72.35
1 Donation from Chautauqua I'om-
i   mltteo, Aug. 30. 1918    10.00
Total *220.«J
DISBURSEMENTS
Expenses'   of   lea.Seii.22.191i..* 4.05
Wool, Soptember 28, 1917.... 21.00
Expenses of candy :-jle, OctlS,
11117  1.15
Knitting  cotton     4.00
Roll   Of   Honor     4.55
Contents   I'or    Soldiers'    Xmas
parrels   33.30
Postage  lur  parcels     11.55
Herald   Publishing   Co  80
  211.20
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prove to your own
satisfaction, and at
our expense.that Zam-
Buk do«fl end pain
and heal sores and
akin diseases.
Mail this advertisement and lc stan-,)
{for return postage * to
Zam-Buk Co., Uupont
St., Toronto, and we
will send you free
boi*
The ladies of Christ Church Guild
will hold their annual bazaar in the
Parish Hall on Wednesday, Dec, 4.
This community will sympathise
will Mr. U. IV Sullivan, who hns just
received word of tho death nr his
mother in H11lif.11
it Ih worth while to know thai yon
valuable wipers aro safe .\ Sufoiv Ue
posit Box at llenlu & l.lwuH's in t! i>
Bafesl placo and tho cost is n trifle.
Wu
Mrs. h. P, Sullivan, who has been
very sick with pneumonia Is improving, although not yet out of danger,
Mr. Sullivan has been In the city for
thc past few days ami Ims passed an
anxious time, but now Is encouraged   Mr. Sullivan for printing
Express   on    parcels to
Truss,  Vancouver  	
Mr. Leask. for rent <:f Hex.
Express on films 	
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dies, will remove those skin afflictions that have made your life a bur
den. That intolerable itching burning
and discomfort will disappear under
the magic of this remedy. It has
cured many cases pronounced incur
able and will reach your case. We
guarantee the first bottle to bring yffu
relief.
Cranbrook Drug & Book Co.
Cranbrcok, B. C.
PAIN EXTERMINATOR
DON'T   SUFFER   PAIN-BUY,  HIRST'S!
ami be prepared siahut attack! of riii-um-.t,Nii, Ininboio. nct-raiiria,
tooth:.- in- mul euracin. Equally eOoctiva forrelwvlng swollen joint*
•plain* snrc llttuiit anil otliur painful itilnients. For over *" yenr* a
family friend. Dou't«-xj>erl.neut—buy Btrit's-ttWHritiavca bottle hi
the iiouf■■ Has» hundred uses.
Atdmlcrjor writeut, HIRST RKUEDYCO. Ham.!'-.n.C»nmla,
LAND REGISTRY ACT
to hope for bis wife's recovery.
J. P. Fink, who had a rather savere
attack ol influenza, is now alrlghl
again
Prisoner!
V. M. C
Wool . . .
Sundries
War  Fund
A.  Fund....
U.U0
45.00
Ul|
1.75
a.60
17.10
26.00
7.50
1.00
The LiiccuidL
LSh
flffOMrfS
I) PIUS
Keep the stomach well,
the liver active, the bowels
regular, and the breath
will be sweet and healthy.
But let poisons accumulate in the digestive organs,
the system becomes clogged
g^.*;; form i:i the stonitu.
and tilled thc breath.
Correct
these conditions with
licecham's Pills. They
promptly regulate the bodily (unctions and are a quick
remedy far saurstomach and
Bad Breath
'^esfii^sJ!^^g^»M.
al $215.90
 *   4.72
AUIA  SARVIS.
Treasurer.
■ ,uu Insured ugninsl tli.'
'i' Uenle .v Elweli alumi il
TI.MBF.H 8A1E X 1800
SEALED TENDERS will be received by thc Minister nf Lands not
later than noon on Iho 4th day of t)e-
ecinber, 1918, for thc purchase of License X 1300 tn rut 400.000 feet of
Cottonwood.
One (1) year will be allowed for
removal of timber-
Further   particular:,   of the  t'hlef
Forester, Victoria, B. 0„ or District
Forester, Cranbrook, B. C,
Have Your Own Name
Or Brand Name
Printed on
BUTTER WRAPPERS
THE LAW SAYS THAT VOU .MAV NOT SI-XL lUTTKIt PHOM
A KAUAI OR THROUGH A STORE OR MARKET UNLESS IT HAS
THE WORDS "DAIRY BUTTER" PRINTED ON THE WRAPPER.
AS VOU NOW HAVE TO USE PRINTED WRAPPERS WHY NOT
HAVE VOUR OWN NAME OR TIIK DRAND NAME PRINTED ON
TflE WRAPPER AS WELL AND IN THAI' WAV GAIN VALUABLE
ADVERTISING. IP PURCHASERS OP YOUR PUTTER WHO LIKE
IT'S QUALITY HUNT KNOW WOO MAKES IT THEY CAN'T KNOW
WHAT BRAND TO ASK POR WHEN THEY WANT TO BUY THE
SAME KIND AGAIN.
According in tlie Dominion
governmeni regulations all
farmers who boII butter
either lo life stores or privately, »ro rof|uirc<l to liavo
it propertly covered in 11
wrapper on whicli .MUST
appear In prominent loiter
tin? words
"DAIRY BUTTER"
The furl is also emphasized
Hint all butler ia such
packages must be »f tlie full
net weight of sixteen ounces
and in default of same a fine
of frnm $in to $30 for each
offense is imposed. Whey
butler must be bo labelled
even when mixed witli dairy
butter and dairy butter retains its label oven though It
bo mixed with the creamery
product
VOU CAN BE SUPPLIED WITH
NEATLY- PRINTED WRAPPERS
POR VOn; BUTTER AT THE
HERALD PRINTING OFFICE, POR
POLLOW1N01 PRICES:
Paper
and Printing
Included
200 Wrappers for
500 Wrapper.* for
ititio Wnppcrs for
,#2.50
Jtt.50
. $->.oo
These prices
Paper which U
fin* tlte purpose
I ne I it de Imlh the
thi'iicst nbtaliiablc
ami Ibe prill I luff.
( Sections 80 and KM )
lto Application No. 6458—1
TAKE NOTICE that application bus
i beon made to register The Corporation of the Oity of Cranbrook as owner
I in fco under a Tax Sale Deed from the
| Collector of the Corporation of the
| City of Cranbrook. hearing date the 1st
tiny of September IJ-U7 of Lot 35, Block
j Hi Cranbrook ofty, Province ul British
| Columbia, Map 869D In pursuance or a
Tux Suk> hold by said Collector on 0
about the SUt of Angus! 191U.
You, and all pot-sons olnlmlbi
through or under yon, aro required I
contest tho otalm of ijio lax purchns..
within twenty days rrom tho date c
tho service of this noLtou upon you, and
your attention is culled to section Stl of
Lite "Land Koglstry Aei" und nmi'
monis thereto,
WATER NOTICE
' AND WIIBItKAS application Inn
< boon inrolo for a Curtlflcato of liidclon.
alblo rule in tha iibovo montlonori lunil
In tlie mime nil lie (lorporntli I :li
City nf (Jrantirook,
AND WHKUEAS mi Invoitlfiutln
tho title ii ttpneura llmi prior in Mi
iillil 21m iluy Of AU|ril»l Will .vim   »>'i
lllil 1'1'nir.liTi'll OWOOf Illi'l-rnf.
j PURTHKIITAKK NOTIt'K llnll I
: default nf a rnvoiit or Coi't llluiitu ol li
Pondons bolnir lllotl Itoforo tlw rovb
' tl'lltinll. a. DWtlOl', nf tlin iiiTsnn etilill*
ml iintlor Bttoll tax Bllle, .vim nmi imi-Ii i I
yon will lie forever oatoppml mul ilanar*
red front Rotting tip tiny eliilm to or in
respect nf the suid land, and I shall oil'.
out registration In pursuance of i.	
application and Issue a Certificate of
Indefeasible Title lo the said html In
j the nainu of tlto Corporation of thc * 'Ity
nf Cranbrook,
Dated at tho  Lund Registry Office,
' Kelson, B. C. this 2nd day or November
A. I>. 10IS
Diversion and Use
TAKE NOTICE thnt Thc Consolidated
Mining and Smelting Co., whose address is Trail, IJ. C. will apply for a licence to take and use fifty cubic feet
per second of water out of Matthew
Creek which flows south and drains into
St. Mary's River about six miles west
of Marysvllle. The water will be diverted from the stream at a |ioint about
three miles north of M. M. K! and will
be used for mining pur|ioses upon the
land described as the Sullivan Croup of
mineral claims. This notice was posted
on tho ground on the llth day of Oct.
1018. A copy or this notice nnd an application pursuant thereto and lo the
"Water Act 1014," will be filed in the
nlliee of tlie Water Recorder nt Cran-
brook, H. C, Objections to the application may be filed with tha said Water
Recorder or with the Comptroller of
Water lilghts, Parliament Buildings,
Victoria, li. C, within thirty days uf tor
the lirst appeiirani I' this notice in n
locnl nnwapnpor,
The i onsiilliiatcil Mining & Smelting
l 'iimpany, Applicant
by E-G, Montgomery, Agent
The tint.' nl' the  lirst publication of
tills notice la Oct. -Jitli win
WATER NOTICE
K. s. STOKES
Distrlol Registrar of Titles
To-Aima Olin Freak
Assesscdnnd Registered owner of tin
above lot
I diroei servico of this uollce to I"
made by publication  thereof once ti
week fur two weeks in a nowspapercir-1
dilating in Cranhrook, B. C.
!■:. s. STOKKs
Distrlol Registrar of Tltlei
H'E (AN SHIP l.\l)ll:lllATt l,V ON RKCKII'T HI  llltllKIt
CRANBHOOK   HERALD
HQI \1JTV PHIM'KHS"
Holier Slreel, (ranbi'm-k,
PH1CES  SUBJECT TO
CONDITION
lAXCJK.   OWING   TO
OK TIIE  PAPEK  M«
Itilllsh roliimhln
THE   IHUKOl'LAU
LAND ACT
I'ranlmmk Und Distrlol-•District of
Kast houteiiay
Talto notice that. I. Harry Rymell,
of Kitchener) oceupatlon Laborer, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
—Commencing at ti post pi an led in
the goiitheasl corhor t f lot 8003;thonce
20 chains south; Uience 20 chains
west; tho;ico 20 chains north; thence
20 chalnn east to place or commence-
ment; containing 40 acres, cxcentlng
the H. C. Sojtthern right or way.
Hurry  Rymell,
Haled Octohor 12th, liilS.
Date of lirst publication of this notice Octotor 17th, mis.
Diversion and Use
TAKENOT1CE that the t'onsolida-
ted Mining and Smelting t'o., whose
address is Trail, li. 0. will apply for a
licence to take and use 20.1100 gallons
per day of water out of Sullivan t.'reek
which Hows south and drains into
Mark < reek about Kimberley, li. C.
The water will be diverted from the
stream at a point about one mile north
of north end line of lot 2999, known as
Hidden Hollow and will be used for
domestic purposes upon the land described as lot 2999. This notice was poBted
on tbe ground on the 15th day of Oct.
1918, A copy of this notiee and an application pursuant thereto and to the
•Water Act," 1911 will be Hied in tht
office of the Water Recorder at Cranbrook, 11. 0. objections to the application may be filed with the said Water
Recorder or with the Comptroller of
[Water Rights, Parliament Buildings,
i Victoria, ii. 0,. within thirty days after the first appearance of this notice in
a local newspaper.
The Consolidated Mining &  Smelting
Company,  Applicant
By 10. G. Montgomery, Agent
The date of the lirst publication of this
notice is October. 24th 1918.
WATER NOTICE
WANT ADS.
The rates for advertisements In tills column under a clussllled lieud Is as
follows: Tlirer lines, ono insertion for 25c, three insertions of tile same
/id. .Mir. renter ails In proportion...
TIIE STAR SECOJiDJIAHB 8T01SE
~^,ht  nf~Ilargaliis  tills   Hccli.
cot complete $li.
dak. lliiiinil dining table.
Child's
Mis«iol
Peerless
Underwear
The Vogue of Peerless Underwear
A tremendous body of Canadian Women favour
PEERLESS   UNDERWEAR
Peerless Underwear is wonderfully snug, dainty in
Fashioning and Fit.    The contort of well fashioned undergarments is assured.      You will also appreciate its reasonable  price.—Made in weights and styles for all seasons—
Combinations and separate garments.
For  Women and   hUd'n
u
W. D.HILLS
The Ladies'   Wear
SPECIALIST
stands
•. Uaivuli
Sis
plonillil pair botlroi
Hvti bavoled plate mlr
BillBon Homo phonograph, play Iwth
2 & i niin rooortls, also quantity of records, $Hi
Kitchen cabinet, cost >lo.   Hlklols _
RolltopdoBk in splendid condition
Mdollars
iTYdlTllAVB ANVTIIINO TO SELL
phone 9
Phone St; If you want to buy unytliinc.
LANK KEIilSTRV ACT
(Section 24)
ln tbe matter of Lot 8752, containing 1140 acres more or less, the Southwest 1-4, the South  East 1-4 ol tile
North West 1-4, the North 1-2 or tile
l"On   SALE—MoBsoy - Harris bicycle, i South East 1-4, the South West 1-4
i of the South East 1-4, the North West
1-4 of the North West 1-4 and thc
I South West 1-4 of thc North West
i 1-4 of Lot 339: the North 1
FOIl SALE—Mission or.k piano, nlso
b'uieli to match; nearly new; well taken care ot: Mozart Helntzman tnnkc;
ccsy terms. Apply t-: Uox 50. Wardner, B. ('. 40-3t
WANTED—Part or nil uf
following : Piano, buffot, srolil-
(Mi oal>. ditvotipoiM or coucli In
leather, china oablnot. Must be
ill good condition, State pries
for ciisli.    Hox 80, Horald Offleo
used one season;   also Eastman 3A
folding enmora, with tripod and por- j
trait attachment. Both ln excellent, ,.4 of Lol M9. tl)e X()rI1, M a|„, lhc
condition. Apply itox "T" Herald of- ■ gouth East 1-4 of the North West 1-4,
flee. 40-3t ' the North West 1-4 of the North East
' 1-4, the West 1-2 of the South Bust
1-4 and the South West 1-4 of the
North East 1-4 of Lot 340 and the
North East 1-4 of thc North East 1-4
of Lot 341, all of Group 1, Kootenay
District
And also ln  the   matter   of   Part
(COS 1-2 acres) of Lot 6623, Group 1.
District  aforesaid,  as   registered   In
Indefensible Pecs Book Vol 1 Kol 436
No. 1261-1
Proof having been filed In my of-
~ I flee of the loss of Certificates of Title
1 I Nos. 799-1 and 1261-1, to the nlsive
I '' mentioned lands, In the name of the
Diversion and Use
TAKE NOTICE that The Consolidated Mining anil Smelting Co.. whose
address Is Trail, K. I'., will apply for a
licence to take inul use 20.000 gallons
per day of water out of Lois Creek,
which flows south, and drains into Mark
Creek about Kimberley, 11. C. The
water will be diverted from thc stream
at a point about One mile and a half
north of north end line of Lot 299!)
known as Lois Lake, and will be used
for domestic purposes upon the luoil
described as lot 21)99. This notice was
posted on the ground on the 15th day of
October 1918. A copy of this notice
anil an application pursuant thereto
anil to the "water Act, 1914," will be
I in the office or the Water Recorder
at Cranbrook, B. C. objections to the
application may lie filed with the said
wnter Recorder or with the Comptroller
of Water Ric/iits, Parliament Buildings,
Victoria. B. C. within thirty days after
the lirst appearance of this notice in a
local newspaper.
The Consolidated .Mining &  Smelting
Company, Applicant.,
By E. G. Montgomery, Agent
The date of thc lirst publication of
this notice is Oct. 24lh 11118
FOR RENT—Modern Bungalow,   Por
particulars apply to C. Van Braam.
~~i Phone 404. or P. O. Box 428.       34-tf
tho
Snap McLaughlin, flvo pasaon
gor automobile, Sri homo power
mechanically perfacl, lino shape
«iinil lires mul extra lire in carrier
Cheap li" cash, N'i'iii' CranbrooK
Address Box 11. Herald ollloo,    Ui
Kor Hi
2 l-L'yoni
yearling I
rimls. a i|
I    pell
Apply
W
i!   Till  milch  news.
mul '1 -I l-'J yenrs old
lifer, I heifer  eull'. - Inn   Jewish  Colonisation   Association, anil
tntlly of hay and atrnw,  bearing     date     the     16th     April
if mammoth Pekin ilneka,
C. Shoppnrd, Phono .'III.
PIUS   FOR   SALE-All   slues   and
breeds. Apply to the Herald office,
date     the     16th
1912    and    16th    December    1912
respectively.     1     HEREBY     (1IV10
NOTICE        of   my      Intention     at
liflo   mul.   neap   St.  Eugene t||P expiration of one calendar montii
hospital. rrom the first publication  hereof to
11"."" to the said Jewish Colonlziillnii
Association fresh Certificates of Title
In lieu of such lost Certificate::. Any
ipciiiim in ro>rl„m |,11V||,B ,ulv information iv'lli
8-ihi and | reference to such lost Certificates or
Mr. I Title ln  requested   to   communicate
with'
Wanted   Capable
$500 1'iir new  business
Cmnbi If.   ll I   fiii-
iip.      I'itiiiiiiioiiI        Ailihv
Blokle,    N.    Aniiiiiaii     Ihiilding  with tho undersigned.
Lost-Somewhere on the road IChicago, I    I)»tou "' ll10 **'«> •"*'""'•• Office
in Cranbrook, a bunch of keys.
Finder please leave at the Herald office.
Purl,i
good claim
with  parly
Address B,.x
Por Sale—Overland 5-passen
ger louring cur, in petfecl con-!   	
dltion, all accessories complete.    „,,. , ,,. ,, , .
.       '    ,                 , .-'              WANTED   Girl for general  house
A bargain for cash.     AddressL6rki   A y, Mrs, A. K, Loltoli,'.Taf-
box III, lleruld office, -lll-ill      im« it. c.                               44-;i-t
—_————^—  Nelson, B.C.. this Llth day or November, 1918.
Wanted—Tu   III.'   on E. s. STOKES,
near town and work District Registrar or Titles.
un  wood-sawing ri|*.'    Date °' *i,IrRt Publication Novem-
Horald ofllce, 42-tf tar 21<rt' l918'
Wood for Sale
lOdnoh «r*en blocks, nnsplit, •'!
F,.i- Sal,—All tho honsoliolil furniture of tlie lute Mrs. Kiiilny Hob-
.   , son will  be sold   by  private sale. 1
inches tn li! inches thick; mostly          , ,, .
„„     ,.,,, , , *,. Th.-sole wi conimciicc on I'liilay,
fir, a little pine and tamarao; $- i
a rick, II ricks for 15.50. Nov-  8th, nnd eoiitiiiue each day
42 31 O, K. KOOTK.     | until ovcrylhing i« sold.
',     [B
The Herald
From This Date
Until Dec.311919
For        $2.00
LAND KBfllSTRV ACT
Section 24
IN THE MATTKItnf Lots 18, 19 Mil
20, Block 2, Town of Klmberley, Koote<
nny District, Map (i(»4.
Proof having been filed in my office of
the losiiof Cortilicato of Title Nn,12m\
U) thi- nbovo mentioned lots in tlie nemo
of James Ferguson Armstrong, nmi
bearingilnto the Si'il of April 1002, I
hereby give notice "f my Intention nt
the expiration of olie calontlnr month
from tho Ural publication horeof i.» Issue In lhe "niil Jnmes l-'prgnstm Arm-
itrong d fresh flortiflcnto «f Title In
lieu of such lost Certificate. Any per*
.son having nny Information with refor-
q to Hii'-h lunt < 'ertlficatn of Tills it
requested to communicate with the undersigned.
patodntthe Land lloglsiry Office at
Nelson, li <'., this 17th day of Oetober
1918.
ID, s. Stokes',
Distjict Iteglstrarof Titles
Tho date of the lirst publication of
this notice is Oetober 9-1 tli 1918
TIMHKIt HAM! X 1488
SEALED TENDERS will bo received
by tlie Minister of Lands not later than
noon on the 2nd day of December, 1918
for tlte purchase of License X 148S,
to cut 12,000 Tamarack, Fir and Jack
Pino Hallway Ties over an area on
Lamb Creek, Kootenay District.
Two (2) years will be allowed for
removal of timber.
Further particulars ot the Chief
Forester, Victoria, B. C, or District
Forastor, Cranbrook, B. C.
|H9»J!>'W.W-Mw** "*■"*
^^^^^^^^f^f^^ THE CRANBHOOK HERALD
Victoria
MUTISM (III.I MIUA
VOLUME 20
CRANBROOK,   BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 2I1I1, 1918
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FOR   VIfTORIOI'8   DELIVERANCE
FROM   Ol'K   ENEMIES   AND   THE
CESSATION OF HOSTILITIES  1:1s
CRANHROOK, ll.t „ DEC, 191»
"Thank- lie to Wod": a Cur,  Ht li
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Local Overflow
Crauhrook has
Where is i, to be
Overcoats, cheap, good its
sizes, at the Cranbrook Clean
\v. all
. 4*l-4t
Order of Oervtce
HYMN 666—0 God. our Help in Agr.s Pas
Christ Church (iuilti Annual Bazaar
In the Parish Hail at 3 p.m, on Wednesday, Her. 4th.
Quite a large number of citizens aie
being vaccinated against the flue. Ave
you one of the number?
Miss Cook, of Vankleek Hill, Ont.,
has arrived to spend the winter with
Mrs. (Dr.) liutledge nnd Miss ?*1cl.rf>nd.
Geo. Lippct, of Kootenay Orchards,
who has been laid up for a month
with tbe flue, Is around again.
John Fitzell, one of the oldest old*
timers along the Crow, died in tho
St. Eugene hospital yesterday.
Christ Church Guild Annual Bazaar
in the PariBh Hall at 3 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 4th.
The cafe has been opened In the
Canadian hotel. Good meals ur short
orders are being served at all hours
from 5.30 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Miss McEwan, teacher in Central
school, has resigned and Miss Mabel
Atberton, of Michel, has been appointed in her place.
At a meeting of the public school
board which was held last night, tt
was decided not to open the schools
for another week.
DEAR CHILDREN: —
I will be in Cranbrook at the Fink
Mercantile Co.'8 store ou Wednesday evening, December 18th at 8 o'clock with a big
lot of nice useful presents for all the boys
and girls. 1 will be glad to have you all
come and see me again.
SANTA   CLAl'S.
L
Piano and Theory lessons by
arrangement. Phone 404 orbox
428—Mrs. Van Braam, 237 Burwell Avenue. 4o-tf.
Mrs. J. Miller left for Vancouver
yesterday, where she will spend, the
winter. Mr. Miller will domicile
above  the  Canadian   Bank  of Com-
FOU SALE—One three-burner Flor-
ence Automatic Oil Cooking Range
with small oven and coal oil can. |
Only used two months.   On view at i
Park's Hardware.
Christ Church Guild Annual Bazaar
In the Parish Hall at 3 p.m. on Wed
nesday. Dee. 4th.    .
Miss Rumsey will open after
-—-- the Christmas holidays a kind-
After having the "flu" have your ergarten   and primary school.
clothes French dry cleaned   at   the For particulars phone 357. 46tf
Cranbrook Cleaners, that will remove
THE BAN IS NOT
TO BE LIFTED
The Board of Health at a meeting j
held this Thursday evening decided :
not to lift the ban on public meetings
for the present.    The health officer :
reported that there had been seven
new cases of flu  during   the   past
lew days In the city and ten in the
surrounding districts and that there- j
fore it was advisable to keep the lid
on for another week at leaesi.
FOK SALE—Two Remington type-
wrtterB  in food condition.—*  Apply'
King Edward School.   ,
The  tract  of land  adjoining  the
curling rink might easily be flooded j
II
0 God, our help in ages past.
Our hope for years to come.
Our shelter from the stormy blast.
And our e' rnal home!
Beneath the shadow of Thy throne
Thy saints have dwelt secure;
Sufficient fs Thine arm alone.
And our defence is sure.
Before the hills In order stood.
Or earth received her fram\
From everlasting Thou art God,
To endless years the same.
.V thousand ages in Thy sight
Are like an evening gone;
Short   as   the   watch   thnt   ends   \\v
night
Before tho rising sun.
Time, like an ever-rolling stream.
Bears all its sons a way;
They fly, forgotten, as n dream
Dies nt the opening day.
0 God. our help in ages past,
Our hope in years to come;
Be Thou our guard while troubles last,
And our eternal home!   Amen.
I all contagious germs.   Phone 167,
Under its present management the: at very little expense and be used for 11
—— Herald  will  not Ik   anybody's tool.! an open-air skating rink.   It would be j
The provincial seed fair, advertised  Whoever expects to make a tool ofia fine thing for the children.
j last week to be held in December, has  the Herald cannot make friend!
been postponed  until the 18th, 14th   the editor,
and 15th of January, lftlfl.  .
Some ]
with  of the ratepayers have asked us to
draw the attention of the city council
to the proposition.
GENERAL C0N'FES810N   To be
i.i by all.
Almighty and most merciful Father; We have erred, and strayed from
thy ways like lost sheep. We have
followed too much the devices and
desires of our own hearts. We have
offended against thy holy laws. Wo
have left undone those tilings which
we ought to have done, and we have
done those things which we ought not
to have done; And there la no health
In us.   Bul thOU, 0 Und. have men y
upon us, miserable offenders- Spare
thou them, O God, which confess their
faults. Restore thou them that are
penttent; According to thy promises
declared unto mankind In Christ Jesu
our Lord. And grant, 0 most merciful Father, for his sake; That we
may hereafter live a godly, righteous,
aud sober life. To the glory of thy
holy   Xnine.     Allien.
Kids)  Attention—Will all soldiers*
' children please send their names to
Santa Claut), box 4157. Crnnbrook. as
soon :is possible.
$86.00 reward is offered fov tlie late
■ Kaiser Bill's carcass dead or alive. <
lie's a dead one anyway .'.nil it Is
hardly worth two bits to hurt him.
It has heen decided not to open
either the public or high school next
Monday. This cancels the announcement on another pa*e In regard to
the opening of the high school.
Fancy and Ball-room Dane-
ins   taught,    For   particulars
phone 404 or box 428.- Mi*.        m ralgary tm wfick,
Van Braam. 4G-tf
A. K. Leach, of the Hast Kootenay j
Lumber Co.. Jaffray; Wm. Barclay, of
| tbe Crows .Nest Pass Lumber Co.,!
Wardner; H. H. Ross, of tbe Ross-j
Saskatoon Lumber Co., Waldo; and F. j
L. Adolph, of the Adolph Lumber Co.. j
Baynes Lake, were in attendance at '
the meeting of the Mountain Lumber- •
Do YOUR
CHRISTMAS Shopping
NOW   at
McCREER Y Bros.
SPECIAL VALUES in
Sweater Coats for Men
THIS SEASON, The Sweat-- Coat has proven more popular than ever and we are able
to offer VERY SPECIAL.VALUES in these
comfortable garments. We have them in all
colors and the prices range from
$6.50    to     $14.00
1-3 Off Sale of Ladies'
COATS, SUITS and
MILLINERY
Many have taken advantage of thisremar liable MID-SEASON Reduction but we still
have a very satisfactory selection of this season's styles and fabrics to pick from. It will
pay you to inspect our stocks
$30.00 willpurchase a coai
that is good value at $45.00
McCreery Bros.
ClUNHOOKS DRY C009S AND CIQTHMC STORES
Then shall follow prayers for the King, prisoners of war, sick, and wounded,
those who travel, after each bidding "let un pray", there
shall be a pause for silent prayer.
HYMN ;i:il   Eternal Father. Strong to Save.
LORD'S PKAYEH
Our Father, which are In heaven,
Hal low wi by Thy Name. Thy Kingdom
come. Thy will be done, in earth us
It ia done in heaven, (live utt this
day our dally bread, And forgive us
our  trespasses.   As   we   foi'Rlve   them
Then shall follow a prayer of thank Sfl
that trespass against us. And lead
us not Into temptation; Hut deliver
us from evil: For thine Is the kingdom. The power, and tlie glory. For
ever and ever     Amen
Sternal Father, strong to save.
Whose arm  doth   bind  tho  restles
wave.
Who bldd'st the mighty ocean deep
Its own appointed limits keep;
O hear us when we cry to Thee
For those In peril on the sen.
o Sacred Spirit. Wiho didst brood
I'pon the chaos dark and rude.
Who had'st its angry tumult cease.
Lieut. Percy Adams, former chief
of police for the city, and who resign-
I ed to go to the front, haa made appli- '
; cation for re-instatement, and upon
| Chief Hersey'a resignation, which waa
| sent In immediately upon his becoming acquainted with the fact without
And gnvest light, nnd life, and peace; j any hesitancy, being accepted.   Lieut,
ring, for Victo
i just and lasting peaci
hymn MB—Now Thanh We ah Our God.
id a prayer for
Now thank we all our Hod,
With heart and hands mid voices
Who wondrous things hath done.
In whom His world rejoices;
Who from our mother's arms
Hath blessed us on our way
With COUnUeifl Rifts Of love.
And still Is ours to-day.
o may this bounteous Ood
Through all mir life be near us.
With ever Joyful  hearts
And Messed peare to cheer ns;
And keep us lu Ills grace,
And guide   us  when   perplexed.
And free us from all ills
In this world and the next.
All praise and thanks to Ood
The Father now be given,
Tlie Son. and  Holy (ihost.
Supreme in highest  heaven,
The One eternal Ood,
Whom earth and heaven adore,
For thus ii was. Is now,
Aud shall he evermore,   Amen.
0 Saviour, Whose almighty word
I The   winds   ntnl   waves   submissive
heard.
j Who wulkedst on the foaming deep
' And calm amidst its rage dtdsl slee]
I     0 hear us when we cry to Thee
'    For those in  peril on the sen.
O hear us when we cry to Thee
For those ln peril on the sen.
0 Trinity of love and power.
Our brethren shield In danger'.; hour;
From rock and tempest, fire and foe,
Protect them  where-me'er they go;
And ever let there rise to Thee
Glad hymns of praise from land and
sea.       Amen
Adams was re-Instated as Cranbrook's
chief of police, to take effect the first '
of the year.   Chief Hersey's resignation will be received with regret as
he bas made a very efficient officer.
Hero the offerings of the congregation shall lie taken up; after paying the
expenses of tlie service the balance to be devoted to some memorial fund.
TIC DBUM
We praise thee, 0 Ond; we acknowledge thee to bo the 1-ord.
Alt tho earth  doth  worship thee;
the Father everlasting.
To thee all Angels cry aloud,  the
Heavens, and all the Powers therein.
To thee Chcrttbln. aud Seraphln :
continually do cry.
Holy, Holy, Holy:   Lord  Ood   of
Sabaoth;
Heaven nnd earth nre full of  the
Majesty: of thy Glory.
The glorious company of the Apostles; praise thee.
The goodly fellowship or the Prophets:  praise thee.
The noble army of Martyrs . praise
thee.
Thc holy Church throughout al) the
world : doth acknowledge thee.
The Father: of an Infinite Majesty,
Thine honourable, true : and only
Son;
Also the Holy Ghost : thc Comforter.
Thou are tho King of Glory :   O
Christ
Thou are the everlasting Son : of
tha Fattier.
■I apaa thte   lo
deliver man : thou didst not abhor
the Virgin's womb.
When thou hudsi overcome thc
sharpness of death : thou didst open
the Kingdom of Heaven to all believers.
Thou slttest ut the bight hand of
Ood : lu thc Glory of the Father.
We believe that thou shall come:
to be our Judge.
We therefore pray thee, help thy
servants : whom thou hast redeemed
with thy precious blood.
Make them to lie numbered with
thy Saints : in glory everlasting.
O I/ord. save thy people: and bless
thine heritage.
Oovorn them : and lift them up for
over.
Ony by day: we magnify thee;
Aud we'worship thy Name: ever
World without end.
Vouchsafe, O Lord : to keep US-tills
day without sin.
O Lord, have mercy upon its : have
mercy upon us,
O 1-ord, let thy mercy lighten upon
us : as our trust Is In thee.
O ljord, In thee have 1 trusted;
ttt me aiver bt confounds*.
Then shall be road the names of those of this district who have laid down
their lives for Ood and Empire.
LAST POST shall here be sounded.
PRAYER OF COMMEMORATION and for those bereaved.
PRAYER OF THANKSGIVING for deliverance rrom recent sickness ;-iul
a prayer for those bereaved.
HYMN :.r.S   Ood of Our Fathers.
Ood of our fathers, known of old.
Lord of our lar-fliiiig battle  line.
Henoatli Whose awful hand we hold
Dominion over palm and pine:
Lord Ood of hosts, be witli us yet.
tast  we forget,  lest  we  forget.
The tumult and the shouting dies;
The captains and the kings depart;
Still stands Thine ancient sacrifice.
An humble and a contrite in-art:
Lord God of hosts, be with us yet.
Lest we forget, lest we forget.
Far called bur navies tnelt away.
On dune and hondland sinks the lire
I*o, alt our pomp of yesterday
Is one with Nlnevali and Tyre!
Judge of the nations, spare us yet.
Lest we forget, lest we forget.
Don't  be alarmed about  the cold
weather, ladles, as  we have an ex- ,
eel lent nssortmeut of Coats, Sep-trati-
I Skirts,   SweeaMtrs.  Woollen  lender-  ;
1 wear   and   Hosiery,   the   dependable '
| kind at very moderate prices.   And in i
j the Men's Department we arc Show-
! Ing a big lot of Sweater--. Mackinaw;;.
j Overcoats, Suits, Underwear, Hosiery.
Gloves. Mitts, ate, for cold we?ther
( wear.   Now Is the tbne to get  your
If, drunk  with sight of power,  we | Skating  Boots.    We  hove  them  for!
loose jmen, women and children.—Fink Mer-
Wild tongues that hove not Thee in cantile Co.
awo, j m
Such boastings as the Gentiles use.
Or lesBer breeds without thc law:
Lord Ood of hosts, bo with us yet,
Leiit we forget, lest we forget.
For heathen heart that puts her trust
In reeking tube and Iron shard;    |
All valiant dust that builds on dust,!
And guarding  calls  not Thee to
guard:
For frantic boast and foolish word,
Thy mercy on Thy people, Lord.
Amen.
-"N
SKATES.   SKATES.  SKATES.
Hockey Sticks
Ankle Supports
Etc.    -   -     Etc.
J. D. McBRIDE
PHONE 5 I1AKER STREET
^_
ADOHESS
HYMN .iii—Jcsuh Shall Reign.
Jesus shell reign where'er lhe sue
Ikilli his hucccssIvo journeys run;
His kingdom stretch frnm shore   li
■shore,
Till moons <slmll  wax und wime in
more.
Blessings abound where'er He reigns,
The prisoner leaps to lose his chains,
The weary find eternal rest,
AjiiI all the sons of w.nt are blest.
U,t every creature rise und bring
eeullar honours to our King;
People and realms of every tongue     An«els descend with songs again,
Dwell on His love with sweetest song.  ,\.I1(| ,.„r(i, repeat the loud Amen.
And infant voices shall proclaim Amen.
Their earlj blessings on His Name.
BENEDICTION
OOD  SAVE   TUB   KINO
•"N
MUSIC
Edith   Luttrell
LaU,  Teacher  in
T trantn   C->n<wr->ttforv   of   Mttiic
Teacher  of
PIANO 6 VIOLIN
Finn* i'upil <>r Frank UVUmiiti
,, ,    Toronto
Violin Pupil of Frank Blaohford
Toronto and
H. Klingenlslil. New York
Miss Luttrell has now arrived
and for the present Is staying
with Mrs. Stoves (phone 403).
Either call, write or phone for
full particular^
^_
Cold   Weather Specials
Vanishing Cream. Cucumber 6c
Witch Hazel Cream
Guaranteed   Hot   Water Bottles
Linseed Liquorice tk Chlorodyn*
Cough  Syrup
CRANBROOK DRUG & BOOK CO'Y
j
i. ATI HISliN, Mgr.
It.)  riione "I.
Mghl 1'lione MC
D PAGE TWO
THE CRANBROOK  HERALD
THURSDAY,  NOVEMBER  28th,   I»1S
Cranbrook Herald
Published Every Thursday by
Till:  CRANBROOK  HERALD,   LIMITED
W. A. MYERS,     :      ;      :      :      :       Managing Editor
Advertising Hates on  application.   Change, lur Advertising MIST be In
this   dlllce    Wednesday    noon    lliecillroul   nook   In   secure   intention.
CRANHROOK, BRITISH COI'UMBIA, THl'HSDAY, NOVEMBER 2Slli,
mm
Friction
Owing to tlie oonstanl interference of M. A. Beale, the secretary of the company calling
itsnll the Cranbrook Herald Ltd.
wiih tho business management
of the Herald, ever since Ihe
said Mr. Beale was fired bodily
uui of ihe office for making him
self an unbearable nuisance, il
lias become necessary for us lo
make  lhe following announce-
llll-lll :
This unwarranted and vengeful interference has resulted i"
disorganizing the staff to the extent that the  linotype operator
has quit and the  pressman is ou
thu lookout for another job. The
reason   the   linotype  operator
gave  for throwing up his job
was that Mr   Benle threatened
to have him dismissed at   lhe
lirst  meeting of tho company
unless he submitted to Bonle's
authority and  rejected  that of
the managing editor. The press-
man is on tbe lookout for a new
position for  the same  reason,
Mr. Beale says it makes the
British  blood  boil in  his veins
to have his authority ignored.
We are of the opinion thai the
reason  for  his wrath is that he
has been jarred loose from the
Herald  treasury  to the tune of
about $750.00 a year,  and  the
service he was rendering to Ihe
Herald  was similar lo that of
a mosquito.     We have British
blood in our own veins and lots
nf it, the sumo strain as the IT
11. Asquith, with a mixture of
good   Stirling   Scotch, and  we
have this  advantage   Hint  we
were   born   in   Canada,  which
makes us three fold a Britisher.
Can you wonder Ihat our British
blood boils when a late officer
who has forfeited all right to
ride in tlie   ship turns traitor
and   deliberately   attompts   to
torpedo her?
The announcement wo have toi
make is to thc patrons of our I
job office especially. We are
running short-handed and until
the friction ceases we cannot
hope tn remedy the situation,
therefore we would request that
thoee who have job work to do
that can be held over until after
the New Year would so hold it, j
as our job office is now congest-1
ed with work and only rush
orders can be attended to.
least in importance is our need
of getting back lo (kid. This
Service then is to be in some
measure, inadequate though it
mny be, an acknowledgement to
A lin it: Iity God on lhe part, we
hope, of all our townspeople--
churchgoers and non-churchgoers for without doubt, there
are those who do not often at-
lend church, yet who nevertheless arc stirred nt this lime lo
meet, ns we desire to meet, lo
praise (.'oil
I need lay no more, for 1 inn
sure that although the Service
is organized by the clergy, it is
going to be iu 0 very tl'110 sense
u real Service of Thanksgiving
and Praise by all,
Ou behalf of the Ministerial
Association.
!•'. V. Harbison,
President.
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OF CANADA
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CRANBROOK BRANCH,
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DO
TIIK HORKOKH OF THE WAR
t
The horrors ol" the war are just be
ginning to be realized.
by
preparation  ot ;i  lisi  of claimu
Canadians tvrlBing oui  ot tba lllegn
metuoda o£ warfare by  the cuomle
_    . .. .., , | during tho war.   Thoao claims nrls
Famine, starvation, pestilence until,,       , ., , .      ,.   ,.       ,.,,
.' .    through tho torpedoing m sliljya witli
revolution are now stalking through
out  warning, tho aerial  bombing  o
' ,   ,        ., . , ,        ■ unfortified places, and commandeer
More people have died from plague! . , , ,    .
,    . ,    ., ,,,, '   ,     ling  or  reauisl tion lag   without  nmi
Id tour weeks than were killed ilnr-j ,        , ,     ,.
pensation, destruction and similar H
legal acts   on   land,     The   t'anailini
claims are largely limited to tlie firs
'class mon Honed    Tho claims rolatt
' Lu loss of life, as wt'l
further Urn is also !<
ilaltua lor dainae
hlg the four years of war
The horrors that the prisoners have
had to go through are just coming to
light. There has been a scarcity of
food in (he enemy countries, and us a I
roiist-(|iii'in'c many thousands of prls-
oners have been starved to death.. ""'
uLAooLo
It may be that your eye:; aro becoming weak and you are afraid to acknowledge it. That is the way with a
good many people, both old and young.
The young particularly seem afraid to
admit their falling sight, but Is no
novelty nowadays and certainly no
disgrace, Wo will remedy any defective oyosighl and guarantee satisfac
Hon     ll' lays ar«' (longer ills    come to- :
Jameson's
BAKING   POWDER
Feather Light
JAMESON'S
JAVA AND    .MOCHA
COFFEE
JAMESON'S
TEA
JAMESON'S
EXTRACTS
The users   ure   tho   Con-
nelseiirs.
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meets In the
Parish Hall
lirst Tuesday
afternoon of
every   month
at II p.m.
Pros., Mrs. B.
H. Leaman
Secy, Mrs. J. W. Burton, P. 0. Box 621.
All ladleB co-dlnlly Invited.
LAIIM.AW  \  DK'YOLF
Mill and Miniug Engineer*
II. ('. I.iind Surveyors
CRANBROOK, B. C,
proporl
since the armiatlc
prisoners  have  heen
German
lius been
released
ilgnoil
from I
! broaclioa
n-liich wo
cdntr
do
til.-
:amp«,   almost naked audi;'1' ""' ""'"j" "»W|>B "
Splendid War Album
The War .Album issued by tl.fi
Family Horald nnd Weekly Star
of Montreal is ono of the best
souvenirs of the War. Future
generations will ohei'lsh ihis
book, it will be ti complete cli-
ory of the grout struggle and
contains it whole mine of infer-
minimi regarding the Allies.
Wo learn that the supply is tl tn -
iiod. Any Inline that fails lo secure ii copy i.ow will regret it.
fl.ilii pays a full year's subscription to that great weekly
paper and n copy of tho War
Album. Sample may bo seen
at this office.
Sfiortage of Receipts
without food or money lo make their
way tliroug a hostile population to
Allied or neutral territory.
A white paper issued by the British
I government reveals a most atrocious
' state of affairs in Turkey, wliere
11-90 British prisoners were drove to
death over the sands of Messopotamla
after having surrendered at Km el
Amara. The Kut prisoners were ull
forced to march across the desert to
Asia Minor without food or medical
attention. As a result, the white paper says, "parties of incn were lyings
lag on the statutory
iu neutral countries,
All pel
I Id
ed the Black l.lsi
claims indicated
without delay. The in
list does not imply ar
on the pail of tho Qovo
forward the claims at II
feronce, or any assuran-
.iii, neutrals
Bal because
o claims lie-
l.isl of persons
commonly call-
Eaworth Bros.
OPTICIANS
file
i having |
them
Ing   ol'   Ilils;
indertaklng;
neat to put
Elijah'
dov
', pic
Ho was making pre-
lis   hisi    trip    when
and   horses of  fire
upon   him,   knocked
IIMIIIMISIIN.S llAM't: Oil! HKSTIM
Now Open for Ciiuimemi-ills.     One lo
Pour I'laco*
The Musk with the PEP,    Pot Terms '■
Apply
MHS. K1IMOM1SON
or phone -.'211 Cnintiroob, 11. ('.
I
|    Drs. Green A iliiiKliiiion
I'llysleilllls and Sumrons
mil.-,   ai  rosldonco, Armstrong
A von no
tWICH HOURS
for its   II1X1 lo in.Oil
Allot i S.00 to   4.111)
Evenings   7.80 lo   K.llo
X lays   8.80 to   4.00
I'ltAMIItllOK. li c.
■ Pen
> thu
• c
3d htm
lory, wl
If put'
forward they will he paid. Hut tiio
list should ho completed without de-:
lay so ub to enable the Government
to make  it   demand   if  on   occasion
  ._,...0   therefor  should  arise.    Instructions,
exhausted under any shelter they] showing tho method or filing claims
could find in all stages of dysentery! and the proof to ho forwarded, may
and atarvaton, some dying, sonic dead : ho obtained rrom jThotnas fMltlvey, '
halt clothed and without boots. Imv- Under Secretary of .state, tho officer
ing sold everything   to buy a   little I appointed   by  Order   in   Ckmncll   to
lot, nor tli
roads   loo
long, weary o
■o the pay choct
schedule time.
ml carried
iiu- sun ls
winds too oold,
rough,  nor   the
lonesome,
rrlves al-
Thanksgiving Service
The Rectory,
Cranbrook, B, C,
Nov. 26th  1918.
•   To the Editor of the Cranbrook
Herald.
Dear Sir,   I gladly avail myself of your offer of space in
your paper to bring boforo the
people of  Cranbrook the proposal to hold a United Service
of Thanksgiving for Victory.
This Service is to be held in
lhe Auditorium on ilia lirst Sunday evening after the ban on
public meetings is lifted,   I feel, i
sir, ihat no words of mine are
necessary to urge Iho people of
our city  to attend such a Service ; for there Is In the hearts
of all at thla time, a feeling of,
thankfulness lo Almighty Cod
for tho blessings  vouchsafed to
us,   both on tho field of but tie
and  the many  bed.-, of sickness
in our midst.   The lessons  of
the war and  plague are many,
and I hope lasting, and not thc
Owing to tho large oversubscription of the Victory Loan
the assistant receiver-general's
office at Victoria has run out of
official receipts for instalment
payments. The banks throughout the province In consequence
liavo been unable lo issue official
receipts and until a new supply
is received from Ottawa it will
be impossible to do so. This
feature, according to thu provincial chairman, W. H. Malkin,
will be eliminated at the earliest
possible date. While un doubt
I it is an inconvenience Iho chair-
I man says that the public should
understand that it was on account of the .unprecedented de-
' siro of the public to stand behind the country In, its tinftpoial
efforts.
War and the Si,g-*r Bowl
It cannot be too. often emphasized  that candy makers, sugar
manufacturers nnd public eating
places are admirably supporting
the Food Board policy of saving
sugar, but '.here are thousands
of "slackers" in private homes.
There must be, because there is
so much  hoarding.     No doubt
much of it Is done without serious relleclion    Tho homo allowance    should    bo   2   pounds  a
mouth for each  ono iu  lhe family.   There is ample sugar coming into the Dominion, but it
comes   in   measured  quantities
only   ihat    Is    all     that    is
permitted under an  internaliO/ii-
al     arrangement,     Housewives
can use corn syrup and gluoosfl
Thoy are the best  patriots whO
do what tho country wants doing.   Canada Food Board.
milk." The survivors were forced to
J work at tunnelling on the £agdud
' railway. Where no -use could be
made of them they were sent to
campB in the interior, being forced
lo march across the Taurus mountains. An Australian officer describing the march said, "It was a scene
from Dante's 'Inferno.' "
A most horrible form of slavery,
accompanied by torture, was put in
operation against the Serbians antl
100,000 Serbian prisoners were killed
by these cruelties.
The revolution, and anarchy in Itus-
sla has so disorganized the economic
life of the country that 40,0011,000 peo-
plo arc right up against starvation
It a league of nations can be established thatc will put an end to war
and give peace to the world, let us
hope that such a peace will be ushered In without delay. _ye-
The ruling passion of thc league
must be tHe power of love and not
tho love of power. The fulcrum upon
Which rests the lever Hint will lift
the world out of its sordidncss into a
region of universal .peace ls sacrificial: love. That fulcrum is to be
found outside of tlie world's activities.
prepare,
claims.
examine and report
i tli
Hie Herald
year
2:i
SOUK OP THE THINGS
BRITISH 81BS 1I.IV-; no*,-;
TAKES IIIS LAST ItlliK IN
ELIJAH'S    CHARIOT,
i Wm. lianey, familiarly known ni
"Buck" went off for his last ride in
Elijah's chariot with sealed orders,
as to destination, on Tuesday or thin
week. Buck drove tlie stage from
Fort Steele to Rampart, ruin or shine,
winter nnd summer, tor about 20
years, and although he bud rlchi of
way ho always beaded for the bush
whenever he met a team iu u narrow
part of the road. Ho wns a very old
man, old enough to wear ourt threo
sets of teeth. He- lias seen three generations born and: die.   Ho was a civil
X^!**a*m
J ■f'Vt
11 HAS BEEN IP?*-
I YEAST TOR
130 YEARS |DlL
>• 4"»*>---#'M-t *ii
i««si5'.sji;:.:.i\~ii?B:A.-s'i3a
TIIK
COEUR D'ALENE
Spokane, Washington
THE llOTBIi HTM A
VKHSOSAMTV
Tliis huttse lias tbe
happy -ilattnction ol be-
log tlie favorite stopping plan* In Spokaue
for iho pt-ople of Urltlah
Columbia We appreciate
ilita patronage and do
#TerythluK fn our power
to make you comfortable.
Our luciitinu Is excellent —
clofc to Great Northern Station
ond O. W It. ft N.--Mllwinke
terminal, and within a mlo-:te'&
walk from the principal Iniflluetis
iiouBtta ami plact-s of amiisi mrnt
i     ^pi*  st.-anishln on  Roof
The niiention haa often been asked,
"What have the British BubraurfneH
done during the war?" They have
had very little enemy merchant
shipping to play upon and they have
not molested neutrals, but they have
done good work nevertheless. Totalis have recently been given concerning tho operations of this Bervice
which include the following:
They destroyed two battleships, '2
armoured cruisers, 2 light crui&ero}
7 destroyers, h gunboats, 20 sutuiinr-
lnes, and five armed auxiliary vtfl*
sets. Three battleships and one l'«ht,
•miser were torpedoed, but totUtUed i
riort badly damaged.
Other enemy craft destroyed were:
One tepilin, 14 transports, & ammunition and supply ships, t Htore
ships, 5,1 steamships and 1 f)7 sailing
ships.
In no case was a merchant ship
sunk on sight. Core was taken to see
that the crews of nil vessels got away
safely.
In addition to Cflrfy'/bg out their attacks on enemy war* craft, the submarines played an 'important part In
convoy work.
In the third year ot the war one or
the submarine '.*om man tiers of the
British fleet fca'frletf out JM cruises,
totalling 22,000 xnlles. which probably
constitutes a record for any submarine.
:hangein
TRAIN   SERVICE:
Effective August is, lills there  l\iil lie 11 ireiiornl tliiinge
in trniu service. Times for (rains nl Cranlirook will be:
No. 08
No ST
11.31) p. in.
12.00 Noon
12.15 p. in.
3.J5 p, ni.
No. S25 Daily ex. Sun
7.00 a. m-        Lv. Cranbrook
S.30 a. in.       Ar Kimberley
No. 821. Moa and 1'lmrs.
ft-00 a. in.        L\
11-00 p, in.      Ar.
Tues. and Pri.
11.00 a. m.       Lv.
11.00 a.in.       Ar.
Lv.       Medlcte llni        Ar.       0.25 a. 111.
Ar. Cranbrook Lv.      4.05 p. r.i.
Lv. Cranbrook Ar.       3.50 p, m-
Ar.    Kootenay Landing   Lv.       11.20 p. m.
No. S21 Daily ex. Sun.
Ar,       12.20 p. m.
Lv.       10.00 a. in.
No, S22 Wed and Sat
Cranbrook Ar.       3.30 p. m.
Athalmer Lv.       7.00 a. m.
Tues. and Fri.
Athalmer Ar.       7.00 p. m.
Golden Lv.       3.00 p. in.
- •"aasBE-sja-i WB^i-rn'iiuXiSBRSitOT
~--- -     %.t fea a-a ■» a t-i fi -b ar-e, 8 —
STOPS, THE V.\i\    AND ACTS OUICKLY
RheaipiJ Ism, iinuijrir-,, ncnrolma rprelnB. Inmc bncl
mil.- W,, thro;,,   -\w,:l,-i, ,.„„,., .,n I   dl BJTtllai  l,OI
r<-/(cW;„ llir.r-,l'nlnRi,lon,iln : ,i- '■   n
uni ilioiiW i«-. In  vr.v lio .«,■! |- Im ;i 1,1,mil, ii ii .
-1 "'■--' trsorwrlh ,.,   inr-r i;,.\ir.nv Co. I* ,
HBMB>WflBraaan*«~aaMMMMMu
Printing!
Orders placed with us
are assured satisfactory production because wc posses every
facility for good service—
Capable workmen expert supervision, latest and besl equipment, large capacity.
A telephone message
brings to your service a helpful salesman.
Cranbrook Herald
PRINTERS   &     PUBISHERS
DESIGNERS, & EKIBOSSERS
MIKK TIIK lie;*; |.Ay
Tiio  UovMnment ,ms ,,|rootol]  ,;,„
|
Consolidated Mining &
Smelting Co.
nf L'nnniln i.iuiiiiii
Office, smelting mul Reflnlni
; Deparlinenl
TRAIL,  URITfSi'l  001
II.MIIIA
sin:i,Ti:ir,s    ami    jti:iiM;its
I'linliiixr of flfllil, Silver, Cupper,
.end inul /liie Ores.
TnliiiiiiH' llrniiil i'i'i- l.eail, llliiestone,
Speller mul Copper
fteeptyou* sim?QBri6ht
'^
LACK nine
STOVE
Ki
Eatjr to use and giv< * a brilliant, lasting polish.    Apgly with a
clotLto either a warm or coLdstove, as Black Kn^ht will notburn
J
"WHITE"
SEWING MACHINES
MADE IN CANADA
fOII CANADIAN   HOMES
WM. GIVE YOU
COMFORT
EASE AND
REAL PLEASURE
WHILE SEWING
Can you think of any reason why
there should not be one In your
home?
DR. DeVAN'S FRENCH PILLS i\«&
' -.-ulatlng I'll 1 for Wuuiui. fs n bo.< or tin<■•■ for
i lio.^old At all Drug titorvi, nr muilcil ti miv
I addroMoarucei-itof price. The sum u OKt-i
Oo.i at. Wnwintt, Ofitntioi  _.
PtOSPTONOLFORMEN. EJS
Vltalitrifor Heme and Brain; increases"croy
matter';a Tonle-wUI build you up. U a box,or
two for li. al drug ■tovea, or by Ball ou receipt
at i>riM taa AooaiLL Hero Co. m. cwhsnaes.
Bwatw.
I.O.O. I.
ki;v city i.oimji;, \o. IJ
Mct'tM every
MuiHliiy uiglit
at Fraternity
Hall,      Snjoiiniiiif-   Oddfellows
cordially Invited.
B, II. McPIiqo, j.w. Si.cnoe,
Seey. N. G.
UK. I'. II. MILKS
DENTIST
oiiiro iii iiuiisoii nioi-k
OFFICE IIOU1IB
l> In 13. n.lii.
1 lo   5 p.m.
OltANlUIOOK. IV C,
Cll.tMWOOJi   COTTAGE
HOSI'lTAI,
l'rlmlii NiimhiB Hum,.
Uceus£il by Provincial   Govt.
-Iiilciiiliy mul Uenernl Xurslng
HussaRC anil Itcst. Cure, Highest
References, terms moderate.
Apply Mrs. A. Crawford, Matron
Phone 259 p. 0. Dot 845
Address, Garden Ave. Cranbrook
I III:  HOME  IIAKKRV
Unlit. Irame. Prop.
I'i'lltl, liiki's. Vies
uui l'.,stpj
Phoue 37
Sorbnry Ave.       Opp  City Hall
KMIillTS Or' I'VTIIIAS
Cranhrook, B. C.
Meets every Tuesday at 8 p.m. In
the Fraternity Hall
R. C. Carr, C. C.
C. H. Collins, K. H. & S.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited to attend.
OVIiltSlIAS 0HIB
Meets ln Maple Hall second
Tuesday of every month tt I
p. m.
Membcrslilii open to Brttlin
citizens.
Visiting members cordially
welcomed.
H. V. Brake,       J. F. Lower,
President. Secretary
(HAS. S. PARKER
Forwarding aud Distributing
Agent for
Lethbrldge and GrernhlU Coll
Imperial Oil Co.
Dlstrbution Cars a .Specialty.
Ilnijiiii; nnd i'l'iiixferrili^
Given prompt attintlon
Phone en
The Shoe Specialist
.IOC MARAPODI
Nallslarlliin Guaranteed
•Jeadiiuarters for all kinds of
Repair!
K. M
. MAI I'll!
IISON
Dndorlako
r
Phono mo
Norbury
Ave, ni'xl In
Clly 11*11
Moiitiiiin Itc-stnnrnnl
Meals al All Hoars
Cigars, Clgnratle* and Candy
CRANBHOOK BTRKBT.
.Ipposlto the Bank of Commerce
J. F. DEACON
Automobiles for hire.. .Boats
on Green liny in Connection.
PHONE 211       CRANBROOK
If vou want satisfaction
wllh vour washing-
send It to
MONTANA LAUNDRY
Special urlccs for family
work

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