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THE NATIONAL ADVK1.TISEH
KNOWS THE VEST MEDICM-
Hi: l-ATltOMZKS'l'lIEHKltAI.D
THE CRANBROOK HERirr^
A PAI-KK I'OK TUB IIOMB-
TIIE l.NTKKESTH Of CBJJU
BBOOK   FOBEMOST   AI.WAII
volume as
CltAMlItOOK. H.C.. THURSDAY, OCT. 18th, 1921
JiUMBEK 83
Elections Set
For Dec. 6th
Noi.iliiiiti.ms   on   November --
and l*tilliiitr Two Weeks
Later Is Announced
Announcement wna mado from ot
tinvu lost Friday Ihat polling In Ilie
dominion eloctlona would taku plnco
pn Tuesday, QeQembor 6th, und nominal hmx on November 22, or two
wi'His previous. Tins now parliament
Ik to moot ou January itiIi.
Thttt In tlie itiiiioiiiii'ciiient which
wait wanting to stimulate interest in
tihlngs, mnl (iiu wlthltoldlug or which
Hon. Mnokonttto Kim*, chose to brati-t]
nn another oxamplo "■' Bio Melglion
government's "aiitoorncy," Bioilgli Juki
why Ib not vary clear.
Tho returning ofllpor for tho riding
will hi* Mf. It. (1. Hamilton, ur InviT-
mfn'. though Mr. Hamilton lino not
rocotvod worti of tho appointment, burl
It was announcod from Ottawa some
days ago. Ho will .shortly hike up
lils work ami proceed to organize tho
riding Tor polling purposes* One of
Ills first duties*, will be to name revision offlcors for the different polling
divisions lu tho riding whose duties
will consist or taking in cliargo the
proper revision of tlie voters' list.
so that all names properly qualified
may be put on the list, and any who
should not bo on removed.
lt Is understood that the period for
open registration will be six days*.
Following this, however, the revising
officers, or the county court judge In
some cases will sit for a similar period to make tlie proper final revision
in the ca-?o of the urban centres, commencing about November 15th.
LEGISLATURE OPENS
AT VICTORIA ON
TUESDAY NEXT WEEK
TO PROCEED WITH
ERECTION OP SOLDIERS9
HOUSES IN THE CITY
At a special meeting of the civic
committee which has been looking after the matter of housing loans for
returned soldiers under the dominion
better housing scheme, contracts were
awarded for the erection of five of
the proposed new houses which will
be built for returned soldiers. The
committee of the city council which
has had it in charge comprises Aldermen Santo, Flowers and Mrs. Laurie.
Five houses, each to cost not more
than $3,000 each, were arranged for,
and this exhausts the grant of $15,000
whicli i_T all the'allotment"whIch hns
so far been authorized for Cranbroolt.
but It Is understood that nn application is to be made for further assistance, to take care of other applications which it Is felt are equally pressing.
Those for whom houses will be erected under the contracts now awarded are Messrs. W. S. Johnston, Grady. Sehell. Moore and Eye. Messrs.
Johnston ami Moore are having their
houses built on Armstrong Avenue,
jusi above tho residence of Mr. C. P.
Macdonald. The remaining three
will be put up on Fonwick Avenue,
just above Kane Street, on the west
side. Messrs. Jones & Doris will erect the residence of W. S. Johnston,
whllo Contractor Macleod. of Yahk,
was awarded the otlier four- Ho is
now at work at Hull Hlver. and It, ts
Understood lo be lifs intention to locate in Cranbrook in the near future,
and engage In this lino ot work.
Each of the five successful applicants have made the necessary deposit of $100. ami ft is understood
that the houses will go up (his tall,
thus milling to UtO quiet but Steady
move ahead which seems to havo enveloped the city of late.
Victoria.—Tilings are speeding up
In government circles In readiness for
(he opening of the Provincial Legislature on October 18th, Tuesday next.
Tlle executive council held a session
last week for tho purpose of considering estimates, and midnight invariably finds the lights burning lu several of the ministers' offices. Premier
Oliver states tlmt everything was
practically In shape for the opening,
nltlmin.li much consideration must be
given  tho estimates.
Hon. John Hart, minister of Inanco,
says expenditures aro being cut drastically, the Inference being Mint many
district votos will fall far short of
what Ihey were for tills year.
Liquor law amendments are an unknown quantity. Tho beer advocutes
have uot shown their hand aa yet,
presuming thoy have a definite campaign in view. Hut it Is uudurstoud
tltftt another determined effort will
he matte to have the govornment provide public drinking places whero beer
and light wines may ho sold, or at
least a permit for tho use of tliese
beverages witli meals iu regular eating places.
Municipal questions are not ln the
limelight to tho same extent as they
were a week ago. The disposition of
that question by the government's
promises to tlie municipal representatives has perhaps removed from the
legislative agenda what was expected
to prove tlie most contentious Hera of
all.
It is likely that the government
will ask the legislature to sanction
the turning over of the income tax
to the municipalities, and at the same
time abolish the tax exemptions, making all wage earners liable for payment. It Is also suggested that the
government will make a per capita
grant on the basis of the number of
children attending municipal schools
instead of assisting tlie schools by
the payment of $40.00 a teacher.
Y. M. C. A.   NOTES
HARVEST FESTIVAL
SERVICES ON SUNDAY
AT SALVATION ARMY
The Board of Directors at their
meeting on Tuesday night decided to
link up with ail the Hallway ssocla-
tions of North America in a simultaneous membership drive for one woek
beginning October 24th.
There has been no campaign for
membership here for a couple of years
and the board feet that In order to
t'air.v on cue worn oi itils association
successfully it needs the help and cooperation of the men of Cranbrook.
The association is an asset to this
community and can mako itself of
real service if given a Most nt thii
time.
The year 1920-21 was the greatest
in the history or the Young Men's
Christian Association and today it 1ms
property worth $148,831,300 and a
membership of 935,581, with 210..170
boys, so it can be seen by these figures that it Is no mean organization
to be linked up to. Tliere are ahout
300 railroad departments in North
America with a membership if 200,-
000. A membership card from tho
Crauhrook association entitles * the
holder to the courtesies of nil railroad deportments and to be cordially
welcomed by the Young Men'? Christian Association or North America.
The bowling alleys are now in
splendid shape and all Interested in
this health-building exercise will Hnd
the alleys a clean aud enjoyable placo
io spend their spare time.
In developing Canadian literature it
is planned to hold a Canadian Authors Week soon. Hi', nulhors will be
featured in the displays or the hook
stores of this  province.
Harvost Festival sm'vires will he conducted at the Solvation Army Citadel
on Snnilny next. October It!. The usual mu'vIcos will ho held, at 11 a.m..
and 7.80 p tn., autl Sunday School in
the afternoon. There will be a special r.H>akur in thc morning.
On UlO following evening. Monday.
Oolobor HI. lho fruit, vegetables, etc..
ou display, will be -sold at the Citadel,
and everyone is Invltod to attend and
participate iu this event.
Prince Hupcrt, B.C.—Planting rock-
eye eggs, much ns oi.e plants potatoes or any oth?r seed, Is OU8 of tho
now methodH In U3e In connect Ion
Willi tho art If ic til "npngailon of the
king salmon. T'io ergs aro plautod
under gravel. This ii- akin to Iho
conditions under which the fish aro
hatched by iuitti.i-1 means and ls
expected to yield hotter results than
were possible before. It Is anticipated that this motU'id will igroatly nid
in restoring the docknyc run of tho
Eraser Hlver to a fOUUd basis.
WHERALS AGAIN BRING
LOCAL   CANDIDATE
OCT INTO THE HELD
R. E. Beattie Will Once More
Contest Riding Against Dr.
Bunnell of Fernie
Government and Liberal forces have
(lie same line-up as to candidates in
the Bast Kootenay riding as in tho election of 11*17. Ur. Bunnell was ag-
aln nominated by the government convention at Invermere on Monday, aud
on Wednesday evening of ihis woek
iu the Loggers' Hall, Mr. H. K. Beat-
tle, well known business man or tills
city, was again tendered tlie Liberal
nomination, lu the election or 1817
(here was also a labor man iu tlie
liekl, and tliis may also be a possibility at the present time. Against tiie
Liberal and Labor caudtdoite Dr. ik-n-
noll secured a sweeping majority, oue.
if not both <>[ tho defeated candidates
losing hjs do]H>sit. lt will bo seen
therefore thut a tremendous turnover
of votes will li live to have taken place
iu order tlmt the Liberal candidate
might win, and there is little to indicate that this has taken place.
Mr. lleat'lie's name was the only one
lo be brought before the convention on
Wednesday night, but lt is known that
somo of the delegates from the outside points came with thc full Inten-
liuon of suppori ing someone else,
the name of Norman Moon- being
mentioned in this connection. It was
also thought at one timo that A. I.
Fisher of Fertile could be prevailed
upon to take up with it, but he decided otherwise. Others mentioned io
connection with tho Liberal conventions were Dr. King and O. D. KcNabb
of Waldo.
Mr. Denttlc's nomination was prb-
posed by Mr. A. I. Fisher, of Fernie, and seconded by Mr. Dicken, also of Fernie. It was the only name
brought forward, and so carried the
convention unanimoully.
Tho delegates to tho convention
were appointed a week or ten days
ago. Those from Cranbrook ln attendance were Mayor J. A. Genest, Messrs. B. Paterson, W. S. Santo and G.
J. Spreull; Mrs. C. J. Little. Mrs. F.
B. Miles and Miss D. Drummond. Tiie
alternates named were Messrs. O. J.
Little. W. Greaves, W. |A. Nlsbet, G.
Hogarth, A. A. MacKinnon; Mrs. A.
A. MacKinnon, Mrs. McEachern, Mrs.
J. Campbell.
THREE DAY CHAUTAUQUA
OPENS ENGAGEMENT
'     HEREON SATURDAY
The Canadian Chautausua, formerly
under tho management of Mr. Harold Peat, open their second Cranbrook engagement at the G. W. V. A.
Hall on Saturday evening of this
week, and continues on Monday and
Tuesday. On Saturday night there
is a prelude by the Scholl Artist Duo,
followed by a program of Impersonation and character sketches by A. Mather Hllburn. a highly commended artist In tliis line. Tuesday, both aftornoon and evening, there are lectures as tho main item, preceded by
musical preludes. Hoth these preludes are given that day by tho Batting Mahler Duo. The programs tliese
two ladies present Is said to be witty, original and vivacious, and there
liavo boen ninny demands for their re-
nppoaraiu'o.
Tho afternoon lecturer on Monday
is John C Evans, wlio takes as his
subject, "Tho Average Man." That
much talked-of person ought to be
thero to loarn of tlie wealth which
there Is within him. On Monday evening Matthew Wayman lectures on
"Labor in Canada, Europe and the
United States." This ts spoken of as
a well delivered lecture on a vital topic.
On Tuesday afternoon, following a
concert prelude by the Williams Con*
cert Company, a lecture of intense interest will he delivered by one who
has observed first hand, nnd has the
ability to toll what he hns seen with
tho lessons to he drawn therefrom.
"Hod Russia with tlie Lid Off," Is tlie
subject, aud Lieut W. J. Osborne
Dempster, M.C, M-S.M., is tho lee
Hirer. Tho closing number of tho
Chautauqua Is a grand concert by tho
Williams Concert Compnny.
Tlckeis mny bo obtained from nny
of the committee, and should be purchased early.
Bonnell Again Govt.
Standard Bearer
(<»nventlon   at   Invermere  on
.Monday   Nominates  Sitting
Mom her to Contest Hiding
(Special to The Herald)
Invermere, B. c, Oct. io. — The
nominating convention of the federal election district which was held
on .Monday of this week was in every
respect a model one. Perfect weather
and beautiful surroundings seem to
have shed their influence over any
anticipated trouble which may have
been expected at a gathering of complete sirangers gathered from every
part oi ihis huge constituency, having
varied opinons as to the fitness of
possible candidates, bul all of one
mind to support the man who should
become the choice of theelected delegates as followers of the Hon- Arthur
Meighen. Premier of the Dominion.
Once it got down to business, the
convention did not take long in settling tihe question and In one ballot
choso as the standard bearer Dr. Saul
Bonnell, the present member for the
constituency. With the true sporting
spirit which character!?^ the man tllie
man Mr. Elmoro Staples of Wycllffe
tbe other possible member-elect
whose nnine had come up for a ballot, swept away all differences when
once the ballot was announced by
moving that the nomination should
bo uuunmous.
Tho gathering was held In tho ball
room of the Hotel Invermere whicli
had been specially arranged for tbe
occasion. Almost the full quota of
forty-five delegates were there, being but few proxies, and they only
from the outlying parts. This clearly
evidenced the interest which is being
taken in tlie result. Thc number of
lady delegates also showed that a
new power had arisen. Another very
gratifying feature was the number of
men who but a few years ago had
donned the khaki to fight for King and
Empire and also tho important uup-
iwrters of labor from the mining and
Industrial fields of the riding. Tho
delegates all occupied a special space
kept for their convenience while the
balance of the room was comfortably
filled with members of the great party who, though supporters, did not
bave the necessary credentials to
qualify them as voters but were intensely interested as spectators ln all
the proceedings.
The guiding hand In controlling the
meeting fell to that old veteran of
politics. Mr. A. W. Chisholm of Windermere, who as temporary chairman
opened thc meeting and waa later appointed permanently in the Chair. B.
G. Hamilton of Tnveremere, was appointed secretary. Tlie delegates present in person or by proxy were from
Fernle riding: Archie K. Leitch of
Jaffray; W. D. McLean, T. H. Cox,
R. Win*stun ley, all of Natal; William
Shad and L. Henwlek of Bull niver;
William Attree and Al. Doyle of Fort
Steele; J. McAlpIno of Coal Creek; T.
D, Duncan. W. J. Morrison of Elko; S,
Roll, Baynes; A. M. Beatty, Waldo;
Wm. McKay and L. S. K. Herchmer of
Fernle.
Cranbrook riding: A. Higglns, William Green, Kimberley; Mesdames
Claire J. Staples, Sadie J. McFarlane,
Ethel Norgrove, WInnifred Patton,
Adelaide Smith, Messrs. Simon Taylor, F. A. Williams, F. H. Dezall, E.
L. Staples and Dr. J. W. Rutledge, all
of Cranbrook city; Benjamin Joseph
Riley, Yahk; Ed. Covell, Klngsgate;
William Barclay, Wardner.
Columbia riding: R. Scott, L. Owen. Field; W. H- Conover, Casttedale;
G. D. Warner, H. O. Parsons, H. G.
Lockwood, Captain Bert Blyth, Jas.
Henderson. Jr., William Wenman,
Golden; Ernest Cobb, Brisco; Frank
Richardson, (Athalmer; Arthur Taylor,
Wilmer; Basil G. Hamilton, Invermere; A. M. Chisholm. Windermere;
James Lambert of surrounding district.
On the call for nominations Dr. Saul
Bonnell was nominated by L. K. S.
Herclimer of Fernie and seconded by
W. D. McLean, of Natal. Mr. McLean
occupies tlie honorable position of
locnl president of thnt part of a thriving G.W.V.A.. and Is nlso prominent In labor circles.   Mr. Elmore L.
.
WOLF TOURNAMENT
LAST WEEK - END ON
LOCAL CLUB GROUNDS
The Crows" Nest Pass Goir Championship, which was held over the
course of the Cranbrook Golf Club
last Saturday and Sunday was a huge
success. There were about forty-five
entrants tn both the women's and tlie
men's championship, and thc exhibition that waa given was of a very
high brand of golf.
Tiio star of tho tournament was Mr.
Alan Graham of Craubrook, who not
only tied witli Mr. Chester O. Staples
ror the low qualifying, but also sailed
through with flying colors, easily defeating all opponents, including Mr. A.
Watson of Fernle, the defending
cliainldon. Mr- Graham won thc
championship by playing unbeatable
golf, and wero lt not for .i penalty,
would have established a competitive
record for the course.
In the men's first flight there was
likewise some very fine golf played,
especially In tlie finals, when Mr. E.
II- McPhee of Cranbrook defeated Mr.
F. Perry, of Fernie, after a close
match.
Tha men's handicap was won by
Mr. C. Burgess of Waldo, who succeeded In edging out Mr. C- Ward of this
city by three strokes.
The ladles' championship furnished
nearly as many thrills as tlte men's.
Mrs. Irving of Fernie secured tho low
medal ln tbe qualifying round, closely followed by Mrs. l*_| L. Staples and
Mrs. M. A. Beale, both of Oranbrook,
Mrs. Staples worked her way through
to the finals by defeating Mrs. Irving
and Mrs. Beale, but lost to Mrs. Laws
of Fernle on the lfith hole. Mrs.
Laws deserves especial mention. She
has played only this season and shows
exceptional promise of becoming a
finished golfer.
Another who deserves great crodft
for her performance is Mrs. ll. Hf,
Ross, who won the ladles' handicap.
Mrs. Ross has played but two months
and In her final round turned in tho
very good score of 66.
Saturday evening a dance was held
at tlie home of Mr. Graham and during
the evening the District Association
held Its meeting. The officers elected for the ensuing year are:
Pres Mr. C. O. Staples, Wycllffe
Vice-Pres Mr. C. McNabb Waldo
8ec Mr. S. Herchmer, Fernie
The secretary will get ln touch witli
the three clubs in the district who are
not aow members of the association
to appoint representatives to meet
with the executive board on the last
Saturday in November, to make the
Crows' Nest Golf Association one htm
dred per cent, representative, and also KoJect the date and place of next
year's tournament.
Plans are also being .wmulatcd for
a series of Inter-club team matches
for the coming year.
C. B. C.   NOTES
The first social of the newly formed club was held Saturday evening
last, October 8th. The social took the
form of a dance which commenced at
8. 45 p.m. The Junior Jazz orchestra
supplied the music which was appreciated by all those present. Refreshments were served in the reading room at 10.30 and the happy gathering broke up at 11 p.m.
msM
We have not as yet procured a
suitable name for our now club. Will
all those wishing to contribute names
please hand them to Miss Jessie
Baynes, secretary of the new social
club.
The work on the new C.R.C. hockey rink at the rear of the club is
progressing favorably. It certainly
looks as If some good times are in
store for the members this winter.
A special class for businessmen will
be started at the C.R.C. Wednesday
next, October 19th, at 6 o'clock, and
will last until 6 p.m. This class is
open to all members over 21 years,
and it ts hoped that It will be well
attended.
Mrs, Douglas has taken over the
work of t-tie library and everything is
in good shape, so those wishing to
procure books may get them Wednesday evenings between 8 and 10 and
Saturday afternoons between 2 and
4.
Tho Prince af Wales unveiling tbe Dover- Patrol War Memorial on tbe cliff just east of the town, and overlooking the place
Staples of Wycllffe was nominated by
Dr. J. W. Rutledge of Cranbrook, and
the seconder was Mr. Archie Leitch.
a fellow lumber manufacturer of Jaffray, Each nomination waB made in
the course of neat and complimentary
speeches by the mover and seconder
and was received with lotid and prolonged cheers. The ballots whicli on
counting were found to be close In
number with a preponderance In favor
of Dr. Bonnell, which afterwards on
a motion of Mr. Elmore Staples turned Into an unanimous nomination in
favor of his competitor. The vote on
the ballot was 24 to 21.
After the results had been announced the meeting was addressed In
straightforward fighting language by
both the nominees. Tho proceedings
wore brought to a close by the singing of Ood Save Uw King and cheers
(Ooatlaued oa Pago 6)
FAKE WELL TO CITIZENS
LEAVI3U TO RESIDE
IN LETHBRIDGE
The members of the Methodist
Church held a very successful social
evening ou Friday night laBt, et which
there was a large attendance. The gathering was really a complimentary
social to Mr. and Mrs. T. 0. Phillips
wno who were leaving for Lethbridge
after residing in Cranbrook for about
thirteen years.
A siiort program of music was given by Miss Alma Sarvis, Mrs. W. C.
\dlard and Mr. and Master A. Shankland. The singing uf Mr. Shankland
accompanied by his son Arthur pro-
ided a great surprise, the splendid
effort being very much applauded
and encored.
During the evening a number of
presentations were made. As presid-
'lit of tiie Woman's Missionary Society
Mrs. A. W. Hodgson in a neat speech
presented Mrs. Phillips with a certificate of life membership of the W.
MS. Mrs. A. Shankland read an ad-
It ess from the Ladies' Aid, while Mrs.
.1. T. Sarvis, president of the Ladles'
Aid presented Mrs. Phillips with a
Sold broach. Tlie pastor, Rev. R. W.
Lee. then referred to the long assocla-
lon of Mr. and Mrs. Pliillips wllh the
Oranbrook Methodist Church. For
thirteen years tliey have been active
and untiring workers in the church.
For many years Mrs. Phillips was the
teacher of the primary class lu the
Sunday School and her work In this
lepartment cannot be too highly estimated. As a worker in the Ladles'
Aid she has been assiduous and untiring.   Iu the choir as u vocalist she
s given of her best, while us voluntary organist fur the past two years
ho has rendered yeoman service. The
pastor referred to their home life aud
heir readiness to place the home at
iho disposal of the church. It was a
hrlstlan home in tlie truest sense,
aud such homes nre really worth
while and can be ill spared from the
■ommunity. Tlie places of Mr. and
Mrs. Phillips will be hard to fill, and
in the nanie of the entire church he
invoked uu them every blessing and
ticcess. He called upon Mr. G. W.
Patmore, who on behalf of the board.
the Sabbath School and choir, presented to Mr. and Mrs. Phillips a beautiful silver tea set and tray.
Mrs. Phillips made a very fitting
and choice reply expressing her appreciation of the gifts and wishing the
church continued success.
Refreshments were served, and the
singing of Auld Lang Syne brought a
pleasant evenfng to a close.
LITERARY SOCIETY
AT    HIGH    SCHOOL
HOLDS FIRST MEETING
The first meeting of the High
School Literary Society was held Friday last in the Assembly Hall of the
High School. Mr. J. M. Clark of
the Y-MX'.A. gave a very Interesting
iddress ou "The Place of Imagination
n Expression," which was much enjoyed by all. The remaining part of
the evening took the form of a program.    Those taking part were:
Evelyn Anderton. pianoforte solo;
Bessie Woodman, recitation; Eunice
Parrett, solo; Nora Home, pianoforte
solo.
The next meeting will take place
ou November 4th, and will take the
form of a debate: "Resolved that a
city boy entering the country Is more
ignorant than a country boy entering the city." The affirmative will
be taken by Eva Molr and Harold
Haslam, 3rd year, and tbe negative
by Isobel Parker and Barry McDonald, 2nd year.
CHINESE CELEBRATION
TENTH ANNIVERSARY
OF NEW REPUBLIC
A very interesting gathering was
held on Monday evening In the rooms
of the Chinese Nationalist League of
Cranhrook when the members of the
League were assembled to celebrate
tiio tenth anniversary of the founding
of the Chinese Republic. Large numbers of the Chinese fn this country
having gained some knowledge from
their residence here of the great benefits to a country of constitutional gov-
crnment aro interesting themselves ln
working for the establishment on firm
foundations of a similar government ln
China. The local league here seems
to bo a very large one and to bare
very efficient officers. A number of
Cranbrook citizens were Invited to tbe
celebration which took the form of
addresses from various members of
the Iveague both In Chinese and In
English.
The evening was wound up with a
generous banquet of all kinds of Chinese viands. Among the local citizens
attending and delivering addresses of
congratulations were Mr. W. A. Nisbet, Mr. G. J. Spreull, and Mr. Alan
Graham. Tho president of the League, Mr. Eng Sing, was presiding officer.
Hon. Mrs. Ralph Smith recently
pointed nut, In an Interview with the
press, that tho unemployment problem (n B.C, can be solved hy an Increased preference hy the tourers In
the province of local
Saundy Goes
Into Politics
Brings Light to HIb Neighbor
On Tariff Question In the
Coming Elections
Dear Maister Editor,—
It winna be fang noo until abody
will hae a chance tae gang tae tths
polls tae express their ope-enfoini.~a.c-"""
cordln' tae their way o' thlnkln', what-
na palrty o' a the different poleetlcal
stripes ls gaun tae baud the reins o'
government in the next fower years.
An', as there is at ony election time,
there Is an awfu' lot o' blether gaun
roon' aboot the neeborhood.
A neebor o' mine says to me ths
ither day: "Look at the price o' commodities, is it no' awfu?"
Ay," says masel, "ye're right, ths
prices are awfu, but," says I, "ths
price o' things are no' as bad as they
were a year or twa bark."
Met.be no." says he, "but ye cann*
deny that we pey ower muckle for
things yet. What we need tae bring
doon the prices ls a change o' government."
-"Havers,•* says I, "ye'r bletherin'
mon. What wejr wad a change o'
government bring doon tlie prices?"
Oln the dooty was ta'en aff oor
Imports, wadna that bring doon ths
prices," aays he wt' a laugh. The
pulr body dldna think that 1 had an
answer tae that.
Says t, "Ye hae ye'r bit hoose. has
ye no'?*
"Ay," says he, no' catchln* my
drift.
Aweel, I'm takln' It for granted
that the hoose wadna be muckle guid
tae ye gin ys couldna find ony wark
tae dae. Ye wad hae tae- gang else-
whore tae get wark tae hand ye'r
hoose thegihter. wad ye no*?"
"I'm no catch in' ye'r meanin',, says
he, "but 111 admit lt wad be gey
awkward gin a body couldna get ony
wark."
"I dinna ken if I can mak the malt-
ter as clear as I wad like tae," say»
"but I'm gaun tae try. Ye'U meb-
be mln' the rumpus that was klcklt up
ower the reciprocity bill, some years
back?"
"Ay," says he, "I mind fine, lt was
a gey warm election yon. A poleetlcal faction 1 needna name was tryin'
tae sell oor birthrlcht. wantit tae
hand us tntae the power o' the Philistines, ue tae speak. Bat thoy dldna
dae It, we wadna let them. We wrocht
like wan mon we were sae united against the deerilish plan." There was
a licht In bis seen I was gl*- tae see
as be finished.
"Ay, ay," says I, "ye were on ths
ricbt side at that time. But noo ye
are bletherin' aboot a change o' government, withoot geln' the maitter
further conteederatioa than merely
wantln' the prices o' things pat doon.
Man, man, ye dlnna gang an inch below the surface a' things- Tbe question before the country today Is Julst
the receeproclty thing ln anlther
drees, an' dlnna ye forget this," says
I waggln' my finger at him, "this time
we are Ue gle a' an' get naetblng
back."
He glowered at me dumbfonndered
(Continued on Pag* 3)
METHODIST CHFBCH CAIEHD1X
Sunday 11 a.m.—Divine worship.
Preacher Rer. R- M. Lee. Subject:
"Counterfeits of Troth."
12 noon—Sunday School.
7.30 p.m.—Popular service. Subject: "Swimmers First" A special address for young people.
Tuesday, 8 p.m.— Young People's
Society.
Thursday, 8 p.m.—Mid-week Society.
Priday, 4 p.m.— Junior Band*
Friday, 8 p.m.—Choir practice.
Mhs- F. H- Desall and Mrs. Simon
Taylor were among the visitors from
this city who accompanied their husbands to Invermere early la the week
to the government supporters' nominating convention, Messra. Taylor and
Detail being two of the Cranbrook
delegates.
Ml
Tlie meeting of the National Liberal and Conservative Association held
on Friday night last at the Maple Hall
for the purpose of electing delegates
to the nomination convention, wm a
noteworthy one ln many recpects. The
large and extremely representative attendance there was sufficient to Indicate that the only thing which can
defeat their cause ln the local constituency ls a lack of unity, proceeding
either from within or without. Eight
delegates from Cranbrook were named
comprising Mrs. Patton, Mrs. J. F.
Smith, Mrs. HacHarlane and Mrs.
Norgrove; and Messrs. Simon Taylor,
F. H. Detail, P. McFarlane and E. L-
Staples. Alternates were also named
and those attending tho convention
from outside points or as proxies wero
Messrs. W. Oreen of Klmberley, Barclay of Wardner, Dr. Rutledge and P.
A. Williams, Cranbrook, and Mra. B.
L. Maples, Wyelif**. I
PAGE    TWO
THE      CBANBBOOK      HERALD
Thursday, Oct. 18th, 1931
Ig usually sealed Wltll a suitable ring, und the bettor grade
lt Is the bettor the young lady
llkoB It. We have an infinite
variety ot tlno Engagement
Kings, ut all iirlces, and you
could not get belter values elsewhere.
Prices     .->•"" i<> $iw>.ih>
RAWORTH   BROS.
Jenders inul  *I|iI1cIhiih
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Published every Thursday.
P. A. WILLIAMS. .Editor «■ mullagor
Meighen gets a clear majority}
over all parties in the next
house, a Liberal-Farmer continuation will likely be the outcome. This being the case, it
is clear that any vote against
Dr. Bonnell is going to put|
water on the wheel of Mackenzie King. In view ot this, can]
any supporter of the Melghen.
govern ment conscientiously
vote otherwise?
In the provincial field Mr.|
Bowser stands as an example
of how maligant Liberal personal propaganda can become, j
The record of Conservative
campaigns can show no parallel to it. Are the people ol
Bast Kootenay going lo allow
Iliis procedure to be repeated iu
the case of the I loin in ion member? It is for them to decide.
Take noliee whal the .criticism
offered is based on, wliere it
originates, and judge accordingly. Tliere ought to be no
personal issues In this campaign; there are bigger questions to be fought out.
Take your coat off and get
into it.
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Sfnce tlie very early days of
the French regime, Canada lias
been working to attract immigrants to develop her wonderful resources, but it was not un
til 18_(! that a policy was ad
opted which has since attracted
CRANBHOOK, British Columbia j attention abroad to the Domln-
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that yeast is rich In this ,
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Scientists say man lias lived on
earth hundreds ot thousands ot yenrs.
Yet, up to less tliau a century ago It
look months to learn what was going
on at the other side ot the world. Now
you enn get the news Iu a tew minutes or hours.
Wo live in the age ot fast coraniun
icutlou. Newspapers are tho eyes, oars
and mouth of tlie people.—Calgary Algerian.
turned aside from the National policy
at this time. Now, especially, when
the United States ls piling up the barriers over hlghor, is a particularly inauspicious time for free trade sympathizes. What is good for Himllton
Is good for Canada as a whole. We
have need of building up our own industries and of restoring the full value of our Canadian dollar. There can
be no doubt as to which policy makes
for these ends, and the public evidently recognizes where salvation lies	
Hamilton Spectator.
Now that candidates on behalf of the Government and
Liberal opposition have been
brought out by their respective! sing
conventions, interest iu the
coming Dominion elections will
be stimulated, lt still remains
to be seen if any further candidates will enter the field, but
whether they do or not the
centre of the arena will be occupied by the Government ami
Liberal candidates.
At the outset it is safe to say
that while the tariff,    the so
called extravagance and the au
toeratic behavior of the Meigh-'and literature setting forth Ilie
en government may be the chief; great resources of Canada was
ion in general and lo the Western provinces in particular
Prior to this time, although
some results had been attained
not only was Canada not holding her Immigrants but many
of her native sons were cros-
the international boundary to the Eastern Stales
where higher wages at work In
the factories of Maine and New
Hampshire attracted them.
The Canadian government
then began to advertise extensively in Europe and the United States, wliere every possible
means were adopted to draw
attention to the opportunities
of settlement. Agencies were
established in the British Isles
tend a welcoming hand to those
now offering, the opportunity
to obtain this excellent class
will not be available when the
barriers are lowered. It is a
pity that tlie government cannot see eye to eye with lhe pub-
He in this connection out of
whose pockets at this time, and
for many future years, will come
the huge tax deficit which can
only be largely reduced through
a sharing of the burden by an
increased population.
Wealth Ik ii ('.minimi (lillll
Mosl of tlie controversies over tho
ownership of wealth are based upon
the assumption thai nobody gets any
benefit from wealth but lho people
who hold tiilo to it, which, of course,
is u gross fallacy. The benoflts ot
wealth in productive forms are dlf-
nsed lliroughout society, scarcely
lilndored by national boundaries. To
a very much greater extout than we
aro acciislumcd lo think that tho
wealth of the world is a common
fluid, whoever may hold the tltlos ot
ownership and wherever 11 may bo located. — Bulletin of the National City
Hunk (Xew York.)
TWENTY YEARS AGO
Extracts from the Cranbrook
Herald ot this dato, 1901
0, Hungorford Pollen returned from
a visit lo Alaska on Sunday,
On Sunday next lho new Baptist
Church lu the city will he formally
opened.
(ieorge Leitch and James Hunter returned last Tuesduy from their visit
to tlie east.
Geo. Hoggartli, proprietor of tho
101k Hotel at Klko has arranged to
eipilp his house with a furnace.
topics of the Liberal campaign
as conducted irom Hie hustings,
the line which will be most assiduously   cultivated   off   the
mailed to practically every ag
rlcultural laborer in the United
Kingdom. Well mounted maps
were presented to every school;
platform will lie    propaganda medals were offered In over 50p
against the   sitting    member, j schools for the best essay
They will harp on the fact that Canada, an atlas   of   Canada
another name was brought up
at the government nomination
which got within three votes
of the successful nominee. This
they will say indicates that no
confidence is felt In the sitting
member al this end of the rid
ing.
It remains to be seen what
Ihe intelligent electorate will
do with this argument. The
proper time for any difference
of opinion is before the nomination, and not after it, and to
anyone who can read the signs
It is already patent that if all
the supporters of the Meighen
government in this district will
but close their ranks and prevent the entrance of the thin
edge of any wedge of Liberal
propaganda, Premier Meighen
will still have a supporter from
Hie East Kootenay in the next
parliament. The danger lies in
the people allowing themselves
to become imbued with the criticism now being leveled against Dr. Botinell, neglecting to
turn lt straight back to its
source. It seems passing
strange Ihat after all, just at
this time when there is talk of
MEAGRE VERDICT IU
ACTION OV DUCKWORTH
AGAINST THE SUN
presented to every school child
and illustrated lectures were
delivered throughout the agri
cultural districts. Specially con
structed busses filled with collections of Canadian products
in charge of capable lecturers
toured the country and advertisements were inserted iu pap
ers circulating amongst the
farming classes.
More or less the same procedure was inaugurated in the
United States where thousands
of pamphlets were sent to desirable immigrants with invitations to investigate thc possibilities of Western Canada
with a view to settlement. Advertisements were Inserted In
thousands of papers, agencies
established and liberal bonuses
offered for obtaining desirable
settlers. It is perhaps a fair
statement to say that no country in the world at that time
ever carried on a more onerget-
ic and systematic Immigration
campaign and it has and is slill
meeting with a fair measure of
success.
lt seems regrottable therefore
that at this time when so mnny
Coast Liberals who fly to the courts
for "protect ion" when subjected to ci
ttolsm do not always get just what
they expect. Last year Premier Ol
iver rushed lo the libel court when
certain motives were imputed to him
in tho Dolly Varden mine case, and
was given twenty-five cents worth ot
satisfaction, though ho did -get his legal costs allowed him. 'A. B. Buck-
worth, general manager of tho P. G.
13., recently sought recourse from an
attack hy the Vancouver Sun, In
which it was stated Ihat he hail been
u party to a lowering of freight rates
on thc line to contribute to the advantage of friends thereby. Mr. Buck-
wortll's action aganst the Sun was
heard this week, and resulted in the
jury awarding the aggrieved railway
official the sum of one dollar und thc
costs. The amount specified in the
action was very modestly put at the
sum of $12,000.
W.r. Duckworth dented Hint he knew
that W. H. Edgett *_ Co, had purchased potateos in tlie Lillooet distrioc
before rates on lho Pacific Great Eastern were reduced last April. An article published lu the Vancouver Sun
dealing wltll potato shipments out of
that district was construed to suggest
Hint be did.
Premier Oliver of British Columbia
was not called to the witness box. He
attended court in Vancouver subject
lo subpoena if cnllcd.
(Jcll-lDB (hit of (He Hole
When a man suys he would buy a
wheelbarrow or a necktie or a new
pipe If wheelbarrows or necktleB or
new pipes were cheaper, he is getlng
at the roots of the present business
depression. If Ihe man who makes
pipes cannot sell them, that is his
funeral, for It is possible that people
can get along without them. If a
citizen cannot get Ills house painted
because he does not think he can afford to pay for the paint and the
painting, that is the funeral of the
paint-maker and lhe painter. No argument can be advanced to the contrary. The same thing works through
the whole business and industrial fabric, witli an exception In the case of
necessaries of life. And with tliese
it is possyde for the consumption to
fluctuate as a result of prices. Too
high a price means a lower consumption.
There can be tearing of hair about
the situation, but it will avail nothing.
A little plain thinking all around Is
what Is needed. The country Is in a
hole and It will have lo crawl out
Jerking at the boot-tops will not lift
a pound.—Winnipeg Freo Press.
Au important strike has been made
by J. C, Drewry on the Great Dane
Group^ In the upper St. Mary's.
A young nephew of Frank Derosier
of Jaffray was brought into tho hospital this week suffering from a fracture in a bone just below the right
knee.
Articles   of   Incorporation for tlie
new townslte of Marysvllle were fit
ed in Spokane last week.    The stock
is divided Into 32,000 shares with
par value of $1 apiece.
revolt against   anything   that splendid settlers are offering to
seems to be in the nature of
cut-and-dried politics, the main
criticism made of Dr. Bonnell
is that he is not of the professional politician type. It seems
that the reserved demeanor and
the reticence that is usually
looked upon with favor in his
own chosen profession is quite
in disfavor when he takes to
politics. Is there not some inconsistency in this attitude?
Por those who on first
thoughts say that while they
support the party, they cannot
support the man, It remains to
justify themselves in voting
against him, or withholding
their v.te. It is a foregone
conclusion that unless Premier
Canada owing to disturbed conditions, and Canada needs them
to bear a share of the heavy
national burden consequent to
the war, the government should
be putting up the bars. Yet
such is the fact and it is perhaps desirable at this time to
emphasize the fact that a country cannot turn off and on the
immigration tap like a water
faucet and that the restriction
of desirable immigrants at tlie
very time when they are desirous of coming will later on react. There aro other Dominions to go to; Australia, New
Zealand and South Africa are
active bidders for settlers, and
unless Canada is willing to ex
tolled Sentiment
There Is no doubt ns to local political opinion on tlie tariff issue. The
joint meeting of old-time Liberals and
Conservatives held in the Royal Con-
naught hotel on Thursday ls the best
indication of the sentiment of the
community iu this respect. The policies of Premier Meighen were then
endorsed, and support pledged to his
party. Local labor men have likewise
declared their intention of standing
by the party which pins its fsitji to
protectionist policies. So that there
an he no mistaking wbere Hamilton
tends on the subject. And it would
be strange indeed if any other opinion should prevail. We who have ao
many concrete evidences before oar
eyes of tlie benefits of protection
would be renegade to our convictions
und suicidal to our interests, if wo
THE  WEATHER  BULLETIN
Official thermometer readings at
Cranbrook.
Min. Max.
Oct. 0   31 GS
Oct. 7   22 58
Oct.  8       24 68-
Oct. 9       27 C6
Oct. 10  .-   32 67
Oct. 11    28 05
Oct. 12   27 63
Final piiases of the project for the
establishment of a large pulp and pal
per mill at Prince George will be discussed with ttie government early in
October. It ls anticipated that the
plant will be gone ahead with at an
early date.
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AND SILK STOCKINGS
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contains directions so simple that any
woman can dye or tint faded, shabby
skirts, dresses, waists, coats, sweaters, stockings, hangings, draperies, everything like new. Buy "Diamond
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home dyeing is guaranteed, even if
you have never dyed before. Tell your
druggist whether the material you
wish to dye is wool or silk, or whether
it ls linen, cotton, or mixed goods
Diamond Dyes never streak, spot, fade
or run.
Vancouver, B.C.-—Tlie use of one
and two-room woodon buildings for
schools, constructed so thut they can
lie moved from one Bchool district to
another, has proven very popular
here. Tho cost of these buildings is
ou the basts of.$1,500 for a one-room
school. It is claimed for the the
cottage schools tlmt they can bo used
for 20 to 30 years, aro easily heated,
lighted and ventilated, and that in
them children nre comparatively free
from fire und pnulc.
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ure what you ean count on getting at tliis market every time.
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ours represent the biggest
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Saturday Specials
Fresh Killed Lamb & Mutton
FRONT QUARTER LAMB  Ilie
FUND QUARTER LAM1I  2Se
LEGS MUTTON     25e
LOINS  MUTTON     20c
SHOULDERS MUTTON   He.
MUTTON STEW      mt-
Fresh Killed Beef
BRISKET BOILED    (le
STEWING BEEF  Ne
POT ROAST  llle to 12U
CI IOICB ROAST BEEF  ISc to 18c
Choice Veal Fresh Killed
Choice Itoast Veal     ISc
Choice Stewing Veal      8c
Choice Pork Fresh Killed
ROAST PORK    25c
SHOULDERS PORK, ROAST 25c
SAUSAGES 2 His 85c
PERFECT PORK SAUSAGES 80c
LAMB AND PORK LIVERS 3 lbs 25c
OUR OWN  RENDERED PURE LAUD
3  pound  pails      66o
5 pound pails $1.05
10 pound pails   #2.05
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3 pound pails  85c
5 pound pails sse
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BEGINNING
Saturday, October 15th
This space does not allow ns to mention prices, hut we
have very good values in
MENS  DRESS AND WORKING SHIRTS
RUBBERIZED OVERCOATS
MENS  SUITS — TWEED AND GUARANTEED BLUE
SERGE.    MENS AND BOYS  UNDERWEAR.
SUIT   CASES   AND   TRUNKS — GLOVES — MENS
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Brisket Boiling Beef, per Ih lie
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Pot Roast Ill In 12*s_c
Choice Oven Roast ISc to 18c
FRESH   VEAL
Choice Veal Roast 15c to 2llr  *
Veal Stew  8c lo 10c
CHOICE   YOUNG   PORK
Shoulder Roast Pork 25c to 28c
Legs Pork *, 30c
Loin Pork ,\ 80c
LOCAL   MUTTON
Mutton Stew ...\  10c
Shoulders   14c
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5EB33 Thursday, Oct. 18th, 1991
THE      CRANBROOK      HERALD
PAGE THREE
Foot Saved,
in 4 Days!
" Nothing but Zam-Buk could have
done it," says Mrs. A. Kerry man, 100,
John Street, North, Hamilton,'—fn
describing how her right foot, crushed
by a waggon wheel, was healed. "Thu
float, was terribly bruised, blackened and
Inflamed, and 1 fainted away with pain.
When it was quite impossible for me to
move about, mv husband's mother gut
mo to try Zara link,    it was surprising I
"Within TWO DAYS all swelling
and discoloration hail disappeared and
pain wns banished, In POUR HAYS,
through tin-, timely use of Znin-Buk, I
eonl.I t;iii about Ofl usual! lho injured
tool was thoroughly healed."
/.am Mnk is the powerful auii-vplie.
healer which quickly trees the skin of
corruption and disease ami grows new
h.'.itihy tissue, No common ointment
or salve can possibly tain pare with
Zam-Buk. 'let a hox to-dayl 60c, all
dealers ,>r l-KI-K SAMH-IC for lc.
postage from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto.
ZAMBUK
For:1 Healing J
Winnipeg.—E. W. Beatty, .president
of the Canadian Pacific Railway, wljo
is on tour of the "company's western
Hues, predicted a gradual return to
prosperity in Canada, based on the
fact that thero is an excellent crop
in the West. He further stated that
It Is possible, indeed probable, that
during the fall there will he an improvement, largely duo to the stimulus and increased purchasing power, because of the excellent western
■crop. ,
CORNS
Lift Off with Fingers
Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop a little
"Freezone'' on an aching corn, Instantly that corn stops hurting, then
shortly you lift It right off with fingers.   Truly!
Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of
"Freezone" for a few cents, sufficient
to remove every hard corn, soft corn,
or corn between the toes, and tlie cal-
lusses, without sortness or irritation.
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SAUNDY GOES
INTO POLITICS
(Continued from Pago 1)
ike.   "I'm no" guid at gUOSSln'," says
he, "wiili ye explain?"
"Ye've no" been readin' the papers,"
saya 1. "Ye've drappit behlut the
times ur ye wad hae noticed no' lang
syne that the Yankees hae their political masons workln' overtime biggin'
their tariff wa'. I'm asklu' ye what
aro thoy doin' that for?"
"Tae keep oot oor exports," says lie.
brisk eneuch.
"Ye hae a weo gllmmerln' o' sense
left ye." nays I, "I see, mebbe I can
learn ye a thin^M. two yet-" I dldna
waul tae he hard on Hie mun; an' him
bein* n neehar un' a'. "Aweel," says
1, "tho milliter b1 kecpin' out oor exports Ihiiii ii', thai wee thing we could
correct a'rliht Wl' a like dose o' retaliation. Hut what 1 dlnna like Is
Hit} thot-i o' tlmo American bodies bo-
In' ahlo ine tali' a' <>' our niw itint-ur-
lalB Ihey want ower tae Ihelr side o'
the border, a' the while laiichiu' In
Ihelr sleeves at tho pulr demented
Canadians wha' haveiia tho seuse tae
keep ihelr imimituctured weulth within their aln borders. Noo there's the
lualller o' pulpwood tor ae thing. The
Yankees are iniclity near daft tae get
thoir lunula ou oor .pulpwood forests.
That ltsel1 wadna be sao bail; we arc
wullin' oneuoli tae let them buy up
a' o' nor forests thoy need, sao lang
as thoy hae tho siller, hut. what we
want them for tae dao Is tao manufacture the forest products on tills
side o' the lino. Ye canna say that we
wad be exheebltln' the sense o' a
cuddy, gin we wore tne say tae the
American..* 'Come an' tak oor timber, when yo hae the paper made,
we'll buy lt back frae ye.' Noo, I
dlnna want ye tae think thot I'm prejudiced against the Americans, for I'm
no'; I'm glad tae see them come In,
an' I ken fine that a country as young
as oor's needs the capital that oor
freens across the border bring, but
at the same time, when they are
spcndln' their money here we want
them tae spend lt by pittin' up factories an' no for them tae gang gallopin'
aboot the country buyln* up oor raw
material an' send lt ower tae their aln
side o' the line tae be manufactured-
It wad be a gay lang time we'd be In
buildin' up oor country gin we wert
tae allow ony sic-like gauns on as
yon. Malr than that, the same policy
applies tae a' oor raw materials, an'
as ye ken, tills Is a country o' raw
materials. Gang whar ye like, ye
canna help seein' them. Timber, minerals o' a' kinds, coal, fruit, agricultural products o' a' discreeptions, no'
tae speak o' fisheries an' sic-like that
1 havena the braltli tae enumera-fo.
Ye dlnna mind, ye couldna, bein* ower
young like, but nao doot ye line read
o' hoo tho Americans built up their
country by adoptlu' a policy o' protection. They were gey hard set after
tbe Ceevil war, but it wisna lang before they pickit up through their nd-
uptiu' ii protective policy. They wadna let the foreign goods come in unless under high duty. In a wee while
manufacturers began lookin' arron'
for the raw material that they werena
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Arrive 4.10 p.m.; leave 4.20 p.m.
geetln' liko they used tae frae America. Tho Yankees hail Btopplt ex*
portln' raw material because they
were makin' it up themselves at iiame,
mid malr than that, thao siune manufactures, made in America by American workmen, was makin' their appearance in Ilka shop window u' the
European market."
"Ye mean," says my freend. "tiiat
the Americans need oor raw material? An' I gather from ye'r remaras
that if we made it a wee bit mair difficult for them like, thai they wad
be comiu' ower here tae build their
factories tae gie them a chance tae
calrry on their business? Ye tak tho
staund that oor freends frae ower the
border slaunii in need o' oor timber,
mineral, an' a' sue-like things?'1
"Ay, ye line guessed it." says I,
"but they winua manufacture here until they are forced tae."
"I'm heglnnln' tae see," sayB ho, I
Plan Given Out For
Municipal Relief
To Hand Over Personal Property   l'a\ and Dhlde Liquor
Surplus; Alii tor Schools
Proposals for financial relief for
the municipalities of this province
were announced last week by Premier
Oliver, following a two days' conference which representatives of the B.C.
Union of Municipalities had with tbe
government.
Tlie proposals are the result of persistent agitation on the part of the
municipalities for better terms from
the government and bring the whole
sit uui ion to point where, at the
coming session of the Legislature, the
situation 'will be under fire. The
could tell by the look In his ecu that j statement Issued last week hy the Pro-
lit, was thlnkln1 hard. An' tliat'H niier Incorporated the views of gov-
what ye were hlntiu at when yo said eminent and municipalities and would
a].pear to be the irreducible minimum
which the lutter can expect. Tbe proposals provide for additional aid us
follOWBi
1. One-half'of the liquor profits
as at present provided hy statute after deduction Is mude for a reserve
fund, which will provide fur the setting aside of an amount for overhead,
etc;
2. The personal properly tax now
collected by tlte government;
3. An additional grant for educational purposes, as yet undetermined.
The above decision was announced
by Premier Oliver following the meeting with tlie representatives o£ the
municipalities. The meetings with the
municipal heads occupied almost the
entire day last Thursday, and much
time was spent in digesting the suggestions advanced hy both sides. The
abovo arrangement was approved by
the municipal heads, tt being left to
the Premier to announce the results.
The recommendations will bB presented to the forthcoming session of
the Legislature, which.will meet on
October IS, next.
Tho detuils of tlie proposal must be
worked out by the government departments. Por instance, nothing Is
yet forthcoming as to tlie liquor profits. At the coming session detailed
figures will bo forthcoming to show
just what share of that revenue the
municipalities may expect to receive.
The personal property tax last year
amounted to $!Miu.im. It Is an unpopular tax, and bears a direct relation to the wealth nf the Individual,
it may he assumed that Cranbrook in
proportion to tlie rest of the population of tlie province, is already bearing some portions of tliis tax, and is
also contributing its shine to what
surplus the liquor sales may be responsible for, aud it will be of Interest
to see just what relief will be extended to liie Interior centres. Vancouvor
and Victoria as the two large centres
will likely absorb the lion's share of
what relief funds are available.
FERNIE CONSERVATIVES
ORGANIZE EOR TIIE
DOMINION CAMPAIGN
that my boose wadna help me mucli
gin 1 had nae wark tae gang tae. Wi1
a weel-handled protective policy we
could mak' the nialst O1 oor natural
products by iiiitkiii" them up at hame
an' sellln' tho matinflactured goods
tae oor neebors, bailii them we hae
here iu the Americas, an' oor freends
on tho other side o' tlie water as week
Losh, man! 1 wlnna wonner if ye hae
the richt o't. Por a wee while it
micht appear that free trade wad be
a benefit, an' prices micht fa' for a
weo, but in the lang run we wad be
the losers, an' we canna afford that.
What we micht save at the spigot
wad be mair than tae'n awa frae us
gin the big gush at the bung hole
wasna stoppit. But we wull hae tae
be patient fo ra wee, ay, an' hopefu',
for efter a' Rome wasna, built In a
day, although I'm telt that it's a braw
toon noo. We wul een gie oor government anlther chance, for it canna
be denied that It has had some mlchty
problems tae solve in a' time years
o' war, no' tae speak o' the reaction
that's no' a' theglther dune wi' yet.
Aweel, I'll be sayin' guid nlcht'Saun-
dy, the wife wull be wearyln' for me
gin I dinna gang hame."
Wi' that Jock stalrts awa up the
street, an' after a wee bit walk doon
Baker Street, I went hame masel. I
was weel content, for I kent a' the
time that Jock was as loyal as I was
tae the country o' his adoption, an'
that he wadna fall tae dae his duty as
a guid Scotch Canadian on election
day. It is gaun tae tak mair than
the blethers o' Mackenzie King, nn*
ftliers o' that ilk tae turn him frae
the path o' his duty tae the country
that his baimles were born in. An'
mair than that, ho is uo' the only yin.
The Scotch are a' richt, an' mebbe
no' sae thick-headed as some wad hae
them.
This is an awfu' -spluttery pen   o'
mine, it wlnna write the wey I want
ft tne, sae I'll be sayin' toodie doo.
Frae ye'r freend,
SAUNDY.
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than the sordid entanglements of ctly
society, etc., aud for that reason the
new Prank Mayo picture, "The Magnificent Brute" may be recommended.
It is the latest Universal picture and
will be shown at tho Star Theatre on
Priday and Saturday. Better stories
of tho interesting life in the north
wods have seldom been told on the
.reon.
"The Magnificent Brute" was adapted to the screen by Lucten Hubbard
from the original by Malcolm Stuart
Boylan. The story opens witTi Victor
Haoul, a fur trapper, leaving his forest homo for his annual trip to the
trading post. There 'be meets Yvonne
daughter of her partner, a spirited
girl just from Paris. She is the centre of a giddy whirl to which the big
woodsman adds only amusoment.
In nn ugly mood at the girl's Indifference to him he leaves her and goeB
out inlo the night. Ho learns that
Fontaine, his partner, haB been murdered. Ho in accused, but returns to
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lovlous route, he is overtaken by hie
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Fontaine proves not to be dead and
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tell Evyonne that Victor rdld not attack him. She strikes off through
the forest (0 head off tiie posse and
arrives just in timo to save his life
aud.admit her love for him.
The story gives thc popular star a
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woods aa a setting for the story and a
role for which ho Is ideally suited.
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(Fernle Free Press)
A very enthusiastic gathering of
local supporters uf the National Liberal and Conservative Party took
place In Fernie last week.
Sherwood Herchmer occupied the
chair and spoke for about fifteen
mlnuteB defining the political situation as It stands throughout the Bo-
minion today.
The following officers were then
elected:
Hon.  Pres.—Arthur Meighen.
Hon. Vice.-Pres.—Mr. W- J. Bowsor.
President—D. J. Harvle.
Vice-President—Dr. J. E. Gee.
Sec-TreaBurer—D- J. Markland.
Executive—T. Prentice, M. Tully,
Robt. Johnstone, J. It. Wallace, J.
Eelllo, H. Wllkesl S. Herchmer, A. B.
Trites, D. N'fcolettl, Geo. Cody, S. Graham, P, Carosella, G- F. Johnson,
Chas. Sanderson, J. F. Spalding, T-1
Kennedy, J. H. Marshall, W. W.
Brown, G. G. Moffatt, John McAlplne,
A. C. Liphardt and A. T. Hamilton.
The following delegates were then
elected to attend the nominating convention to be held at Invermere on
Monday next: J. McAlptnc, Robert
JohnBtone, A. B. TrltoB, S. Herchmer,
Jas. Corbett, J. R. Wallace, Dr. Gee,
S. Graham, T. Prentice, J. Letcher,
H. Brown and Mrs. S. Herclimer.
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THE     CRANBROOK     HERALD
Thursday, Oct. 18th, 1921
DANDERINE
Stops Hair Coming Out;
Thickens, Beautifies.
35-cents buys a bottle of "Danderine" at any drug store. After one application you can not find a particle
of dandruff or a falling hair. Besides, every liair shows new life, vig
or, brightness, more color anil abundance.
Winnipeg.—Hecent statistics issued
on tiio railwny mileage of Canada give
the total for all railways ut "(8,288, of
which total Ontario's Bhate amounted
to 11,000, population per mllo 260
Quebec, 4,792, 420; Manitoba 4,108,
133; Saskatchewan 0,1(12, 105; Alberta 4,273, 116; British Columbia 4,227.
100; New Brunswick 1,909, 180; Nova
Scotia 1,428, 307; unit Prince Kdward
island 279, 336.
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Effective Sunday
OCTOBER 2nd, 1921
SOO-PjAClFIC Express, Trains 13 and
14, will bo withdrawn, west of MooBe
Jaw, laHt trains from St. Paul and
Vancouver October lst.
There will bo no cliaiigo in times of
Trains at Cranbrook except Hint No.
823 will leave for Kimberley, dally,
except Sunday, at 7.05 a.m.
For further particulars apply to any
ticket Agent.
J. E. PROCTOR
IMstrlrt Passenger Agent, Calgary
sn im:baki:k to hold
CLOSED CAR WEEK
OCTOBEIt 17 - 22
Announcement of a "Closed Car
Week" throughout the* Dominion from
October 17 to 22 is made by tlie Studebaker Corporation of Canada, Ud.
This novel idea bas been instituted
largely iu view of the increasing Importance Which enclosed cars and thy
fust growing numbers of models of
these types in use by automobile owners.
Special preparations have been
made by Studebaker dealers to bring
enclosed cars prominently before the
public during "Closed Car 'Week."
This plan of stressing upon enclosed
cars has an element of timeliness not
only because the approach of the winter months, but also because the sedan and coupe types of cars are now
In all-year-round use, in fair as well
as eold or Inclement weather, to a
far greater degree than ever before.
Only a few years ago, the idea of
an Kudosed Car Week would have
been rediculed. Then enclosed automobiles did not have anything like
the vogue they enjoy today. It wus
comparatively rare to see a man or
woman driving a closed car. In the
first place, they were priced at from
two to three times as high as open
cars, ami iu the second place, people
did not huve us thorough an appreciation of the all-season advantages
Of closed cars as they have now.
By way of contrast with those
days, just stand on Sherbrooke street
In Montreal, Yonge street In Toronto,
Georgia street in Vancouver, or Port-
ago avenue in Winnipeg, and watch
tho automobiles go by- One out of
every three to two out ot every five
are closed cars.
It is because of this increased demand for enclosed c-ars thnt Studebaker has decided to pay tribute by setting aside an entire week in honor
of the enclosed car. In this way they
expect to bring even mare forcibly
thc advantages of the closed car to
the public eyo, by means of thla national movement.
Riding is Large
and Scattered
Comprises Hide Variety of lu-
terests und Embraces a
Big Territory
Ernest A. Elton, ono of the supporting caste with Lawrence
D'Orsay, in "TooUuihh," at the
Auditorium Tuesday next.
Kvery year sees the market on tho
Canadian prairies for British Columbia fruit growing larger, Recently It
was reported thut one of the largest
orchards at Kamloops lmd shipped over 17.000 boxes of crabapples, tho consignments going to Winnipeg, Brandon, Port Arthur, and other centres.
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FERNIE DELEGATES TO
LIBERAL CONVENTION
516   f'h Ave. West, Calftary
A*k about our Self Help Qub.
(Pernie Free Press)
At a meeting of the Fernie riding
Liberal Association held here on Monday the 3rd, tho following were appointed as delegates to the East Kootenay Liberal convention to bo held at
Cranbrook on Wednesday tlte 12th instant:
J. A. Yager of Crow's Nest; Dr, R.
Elliott of Corbin; Tony Dolucca of
Michel; J. A. Lee of Coal Creek; B.
L. Beech and J hn Dixon of Natal;
Andrew Rosen of Jaffray; Charles
Kllngensmith of Elko; C. D. McNabb
and H. H. Ross of Waldo; W. B. and
Mrs. Barnstead of Galloway; W, W.
Douglas of Bull River; Harry Barr of
Wasa; E. Howard and John Wirth of
Fort Steele; J, R. Nolan of Flagstone;
A. I. Fisher, Joseph Aiello, Dominic
Citra, John Bella, Chas. Hesketh, William DIcken, E. K. Stewart, Fred C.
Denison, H. H. Douglas, G. G. Henderson, J. Falconer, J. L. Gates, Robt.
Duthie, D. Black and Joseph Humor,
of Fernle.
The big logging flume for the B-C.
Spruce Mills at Wattsburg lias been
completed by DeWolf and Ham. A
good deal of interest has been evinced generally In the work, and a large
number of Cranbrook people have
recently been out to see the progress
of things Ihere. Some have enjoyed
the thrills of a ride down the flume,
which they declare Is quite exhilarating. The big mill project is nearing
completion, and may operate for a
ihort tlmo this fall in an experlmep-
ul way. after which it la understood
tilings mny be closed down till the
spring, though it is understood logging operations will be carried on
through the winter.
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and heals the delicate membrane.    It
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pre v. ms all danger of tlle trouble .hiding
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(Special to The Herald)
Invermere, B.C., Oct. 8.—The riding of East Kootenay is that part of
the province of British Columbia
whicli lies to the extreme east of tbe
province. It is bounded on tlie south
by the international boundary; on the
east by tho boundary of the province
of Alberta and on the west by tho
height of laud of the Purcell range
and the Selkirk mountains; to thu
north it runs to u point so bus no definable boundary, it has u main
breadth of possibly eighty miles and
deptii from the apox on the north
its southern limit of somu threo
hundred odd miles. The population
throughout this large territory Is not
large but Is very -scattered, Amongst
tlie chief centres are Fernle, Cranbrook. Fort Steele, invermere, Athalmer, Windermere. Golden, Field, Elko
and Kimberley. Invermere was chosen as the pluce for the National Lib-
oral and Conservative convention
largely ou account of its central position.
The district of East Kootenay ls
possibly one of tho richest parts of
tlie interior of tlie province, for in addition to being un agricultural community it lias thc chief mining industries, some of tlie best lumbering
opportunities, and is celebrated
throughout the province for the beauty
of its lake and mountain scenery. The
Banff-Windermere road and the Yoho
park are counted amongst the latter.
Up to tbo date of the last Federal
election the territory was united with
the riding of West Kootenay and was
represented in the House by the Hon
Robert Green, who in turn had succeeded the late Mr. Goodeve. Prior
to the last Federal contest il was separated and put on a jiolitieal footing
of Its own. At thut election there
were two candidates in the field, Dr.
Saul Bonnell oT Fernie representing
the Unionist party and Mr. R. E.
Beattie of Cranbrook who was out
as a straight Liberal under the leadership of the Right Honorable lhe
late Sir Wilfred Laurier. Dr. Bonnell
beat his opponent by a large majority,
Thc riding is generally considered to
be Conservative in its leanings. Under the Doctor's tenure the two greatest public works which have come in
are possibly the furtherance of the
construction of tlie construction of
the Banff-Windei-more road and the
extension of the    Dominion Govern*
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of thirty-four miles.
At tliis time it Ib not known who, if
any, will carry the Liberal banner in
tlie coming election as against the
National Liberal and Conservative
candidate, just nominated at the convention. There Is a possibility that
others may also nominate a standard bearer, leaving to the free
and enlightened electorate a wider
choice than between the National Liberal and Concervative candidate
and the straight Liberal.
| Mr. R. Randolph Bruce, of this
place, is out as an independent
member with opinions and views of
Iiis own on mnny of the leading questions which are now agitating the
people and which in the next sitting
of parliament will have to be quickly
and strongly grappled with by the
people's representatives.
The Liberal convention is due to be
held in the city of Cranbrook on Wednesday, the twelfth Instant.
Major J. Crowe, manager of the
Kitchener Timber Co., Ltd., has disposed of 4,000 cedar iwles io tlie provincial government of Alberta- Shipment is now going forward as fast as
cars can be supplied. Lieut-Col.
Thompson, M.P.. managing director of
the company, is expected here short*
If when a program 'or the winter op
orations will be mapped out.—Nelson
News.
Its Perils tt Neglect
Digestive ailments are frequently neglected.
People say "It's only a fouch of indigestion-
it will go away." What begins as simple
discomfort is allowed to become a serious-
chronic ailment. Never neglect the treatment of digestive derangement. To relieve
disorders of stomach, liver, kidneys and
bowels, Beecham's Pills act promptly and
usually overcome the difficulty.  Take
BEECHAM'S ,
PILLS   /
Sold everywhere in Canada.
B       In boxes, 25c, 60c
Largest Sale of any Medicine in the World
Owing to ill health, Mr. W. H.
Whlmster- we understand, will shortly
resign ills position as Magistrate for
tlie city of Fernle. It is the intention of Mr Whlmster to dispose of
his property here and move to Nelson, wliere the youngest son resides-
Mr. nnd Mrs. Whlmster have been
good citizens of Fernle fos 22 years
and tlieir departure will leave a gap
which will be hard to fill.— Fernle
Free Press.
L-jHetlmDtgt Cfturcf)
SUNDAY NRXT
Preacher — HEV. R. W. LEE.
Morning Service 11 a.m.
Subject:  "Counterfeits of Truth."
Sunday School 12 noon
Evening Service 7.30 p.m.
Subject: "Swimmers First."
A hearty welcome to all.
■*
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada Limited
OFFICES, SMKI.TINO AND REPININO DEPARTMENT
TBAII,,   BBinSH   COLUMBIA
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
PurcliaNers of Oold, Stiver, Copper and Lead Ores
Producers of Gold, Silver, Copper, Milestone, Pig Lead and
Zinc  "TADANAC"  Brand
AXNl AL MEETING OF
WINDERMERE DISTRICT
HOSPITAL LEVIES' All*
(Special to The Herald)
In ver more, Oct. 12.— The annual
meeting of the Ladies' Aid of the Win
dermero District Hospital was held
this week at tlie home of Mrs. W.
Howard Cleland. Bruco Avenue, aud
was very largely attended by the members. The accounts and doing of the
past year were read over and an outline mude in a general wuy for the
season whicli is about to open. Thc
offliers were elected for the years
1921-22. These are: President, Miss
E. M. Kittle; First Vice-President,
Mrs- H. B. Gore of Athalmer; Second
Vice-President, Mrs. Christian Troy-
er of Windermere; Third Vice-President, Mrs. Evelyn M. Sandllands of
Wilmer. It Is hoped that Mrs- O.
Erlckson of this place will act
secretary-treasurer.
The report of the retiring treasurer
showed the sum of $326.00 to be standing to tlie credit of the association in
funds In addition to two Victory bonds
of $50.00 each. A little over $200 had
beeu expended during 1920-21 in supplies and furnishings for the hospital. The membership roll shows that
there are now forty-two members actively engaged in the work of the Aid.
John Dormnn, bookkeeper for the
Kitchener Timber company met with
a serious accident ou Wednesdya morning. He was currying a double bitted axe when he slipped und fell, tho
sharp blade striking him ou tlie head
with considerable force aud severing
an artery. First aid was rendered,
aud he was rushed by auto to Creston for medfcal treatment. He is
now able to be around, but weak from
loss of blood.—Nelson News.
IX  THE  MATTER   OF   TIIE
SPECIAL SURVEYS ACT
AND
IX THE MATTER   OF   TIIE
SPECIAL    SURVEY    OF
KLMBERLEY TOWXSITE
WATER   NOTICE
(USE AND STORAGE)
TAKE NOTICE that The Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co. of Canada,
Ltd., whose address is Kimberley, B-
0., will apply for a llceuso to take
and use 250 second feet and to store
10,000,000 feet of water out of Skookumchuck Creek which flows easterly
und drains iuto Kootomiy Hlver.
Tho Btorage will he located ui
about r> miles from 0-P.B. Drldge a(
Skookumcliuck. The capacity nf tho
reservoir lo be erouled is uboul
10,000,000 ft. und it will Hood ahout
fifty acres of land. Tho wnter will ho
divert.-d from tlie stream ut n point
about 5 miles from C.P.U. Bridge at
Skookumchuck, B.C., and will be used
for Power purposes upon (he Mine
described as The Sullivan Mine, Klmberley, ln the Fort Steole Mining l.lsi.
This notico was posted on the ground
on the eleventh day of October, 1021.
A copy of this notice and nn application pursuant thereto and to the
Water Act, 1914," will be filed In the
office of the Wator Recorder at Cranbrook, B.C.
Objections to the application may
be filed with the said Water Recorder
or with the Comptroller of Water
Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victor-
la, B-C, within thirty days after the
first appearance ot this notice la
local newspaper.
Tho Consolidated Mining A Smelting
Co. of Cannda, Applicant
By E. G. MONTGOMERY, Agent
The date of the first publication ot
this notice Is October 13th, 1921.
Notico is hereby given that Uie
plans of tlie Special Survey of the
Townslte of Kimberltey, being the
subdivision of part of Lot 1358, Group
1, Southeast Kootenay as shown upon
a plan deposited In the office of Uie
Registrar-General and numbered 664,
which plan is now on file In tho Office of the Registrar of the Lond Registry Office, Nelson, which were directed to bo speciuliy surveyed by my
order on tlie 22nd day of November,
1018, for the purpose of correcting
any error or supposed error ln respect of any existing survey or plan
and of correcting or adjusting any
discrepancy between tho occupancy
of land aud any registered subdivision, and of plotting land not beforo
subdivided and of showing tho division of land of which tlie divisions an*
not shown on any plan of subdivision,
together with a tabuluted list of occupied or improved lands. Uio boundaries of which appear ns altered by the
-tald plan having been filed witii the
Provincial Secretary and the snld
plans will he submiiicd to His Honor
thc Lieutenant-Governor In ■ Council
for approvnl; and (lint uuy complaints
llml tufty lie mude against such Special Survey or plans hy nny person
Interested in properly thereby affected
will he heard hy ED- S- stokes, Diq.,
Registrar nr tin- Und Registry Offleo,
Nelson at lhe Laud RogUtry Office
in tlie Clly of Nelson In the Province
of British Columbia on Saturday, tho
..'.Hii day of October next ut the hour
of 10.80 o'clock in the forenoon.
AND thai the mnis nud flxpenres nf
such  Inquiry together with the total
amount ot compensation allowed, and
other Incidental expenses necessary
lo complete the Special Survey will
he added lo und becomo pnrt of tho
costs und expenses of said Special
Survey.
Dated nt Victoria, nrltlsh Columbia,
this 27th day of Septomb'er, 1921.
J. W- DeB. FARRIS,
Attorney-General.
STATEMENT OF COSTS TO DATE
Portion to be paid out of the
Consolidated Revenue fund ln
respect of tlie area of land
contained ln streets and lands | 077.23
Portion to be taxed against
the owner of the respective
lots or lands     1287.23
12-34
Total  $2264.46 Thursday, Oct. 13th, 1921
TRE      CBANBBOOK      IIEBALI
PAGE    FIVE
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
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lies'. I-Iiiiiki !>1_
0. A. MOORHOUSE
Auoft Mem. CM, Soc, C.E.. _. B.O.L.S.
PROV.   LAND   SUKVEYOR
Office — Hanson Uluck
(.'runbi-ook     -      -      -     B. C.
|    1) R. W . A. F E R GIE
DENTIST
I   Cainpliell-Mannlng Block
I'hono 117.    OHli'o Hours.
» In IH, 1 to i p.m.  snts. 0 I
V»*-».^**»>
ASPIRIN
"Bayer" is only Genuine
Hrs. Oreen & MacKinnon
l'liy stain nu aud Hurgeem
Offlue  at  rciddencfl,  Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICIO HOURS
Fort, n nun h       8.00 to 10.00
Afternooni   2,00 to 4.00
Bvenlngi   7.30 to 8.80
Sundays   '! ;io to 4.:to
CRANBROOK, 3.0.
OK. F. II. MILES
HKNTIHT
01Hr« In Harmon Block
OFFICE HOURS
» to 12. a.m.
1   to    5  n.m.
CRANBROOK. B.C.    *
Warning! It's criminal to tako
chance on any substitute for genuine
"Buyer Tablets of Aspirin," preserlh*
ed by physician*. for\twenty-one years
and iiroved safe by millions. Unless
you seo tlie name "Bayer" on package
or on tablets you aro not getting Aspirin at nil. In every Buyer package are
directions for Colds, Headaohe, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Earache, Toothache, Lumbago ami for Pain. Handy
tin llOXOfl '4 twelve tuhi'ets cost few
oents, DnigglBtS also sell larger pack
ngos. Made in Canadn. Aspirin Is
tliu trade murk (registered in Can
mIu,) nf Bayer manufacture of Mono
acetloaoidestor of SaHoylloacid.
CITIZENS UltOED TO
CO-OPERATE IN  liRE
PREVENTION    WEEK
F. H. MACPHERSON
Undertaker
Phone SAO
Norbury Ave, nex. tn City Hall
MONUMKNTS
CAMPBELL & RITCHIE
MONUMENTAL CO.,
Successors to
Koot. Granite & Monumental Co.
llencral Stone Contract art. nnd
Jlimnmciitul Works
Front St., Nelson. P. O. Box 865
FOR PAINTING
-AUD-
PAPERHANQIN0
Etc
Telephone
JOHN QARD
Phone No. 100
Cranbrook,   .    .    . II. C.
Throughout die Dominion nf Canada
tlie -present woek Is being observed
as Fire Prevention Week. Citizens
are urged to carefully inspect ilielr
homos wiih tlie object of lessening any
possible causes of a conflagration.
Kamloops, B.C.—Tlie Crocklehurst
Orchard of the British Columbia Fruit-
lands, has shipped over seventeen
thousand boxes of chabopples to the
east this summer, consignments going
to Winnipeg, Brandon, Port Arthur,
Minneapolis and Chicago. It is estimated thnt tlie harvest of Wealthy
and Mackintosh Reds will reacli fourteen thousand boxes, making a total
production of thirty thousand boxes
from tlie orchard of fourteen thousand trees.
NELSON BUSINESS COLLEGE
LEARN TO EARN
Practical Commercial Course In
Shorthand, T) |>-* writing
Bookkeeping.  Commercial  Law
Penmanship
Spelling
Commercial English and
DAY   AND   NIOHT   CLASSES
Kor I-iirllciilars Apply lo
c. W. TVl.KII, Principal
P. 0. Box, 11, Nelson, B.C
WHY OPERATE?
HKl'ATOl.A romovea anil
Stones. Corrects Appendicitis
in -4 hours without pi.in. Also
curia stomach and liver trouble.
Not sold by druggists,
$11.60
Suit   Manufacturer
JIIIS.   OEO.   S. A 1.11 AS
ami lih lie. S.| Saskatoon, Sask.
Box Hi.ll
LODGES AMI SOCIETIES
I* ItAMIItllOK
FARMERS'  INSTITUTE
Regular  Hooting
Sit (IMi  SATCKIIAY  ol eaeh
1,1,11. in t p.m. In the I'll, Hall
Many Miles Minter, celebrated
film star, who comes to the
Star 011 Monday and Tuesday of
next week in "The Little
Clown."
MO.lll.YN INSTITUTE
Meets In the
1'arlsh Hall
a'turnoou ol
tlrst Tuesday
at I p m
Proa:   Mrs.
COIIHtlllltlllO
Hoc Irons'- Mrs. O, Taylor, - - Hol 258
All ledlei co-dlslly InfltM.
KNIGHTS 01* PYTHIAS
t'raakrMk, & 0.
Hoots over-/ Tuesdaj at I p.m. In
the Fraternity Ball
E. A. Hill, 0.0.
II. I,. Harrison, K.lt. & S. '
F. Hummer, M.F.
Visiting brethren oordlally la
rlted u attend.
I. 0. 0. F.
KEY CITV LODGE, No. 48
Meets every
^Monday nlglit at
Ciapp's Hall.
Sojourning Oddfellows cordially
invited.
I,\ 0. Morris,W. M. Harris, P.O.
Noble Orand.        Rao. Sae.
BAPTIST CIMCII
PASTOR w. T. TAPSCOTT
USUAL SERVICES ON
SUNDAY NEXT.
Morning  Sorvlco nt.  11  a-ni.
MORNING SUBJECT:
"GIRDING FOK SERVICE"
Sunday Bchool nt 12 noon.
Evening Service at 7.80 p.m,
SVENINC SUBJECT:
"ABE YOU A llOUAHt*
A mtiihui In -.iiinm inMipIc
Young People's Meeting on
Monday  evening ut t*'   ii.m-
Prayer   Meeting   on   Thursday at 8 p.m. I
YOU ARE WELCOME
ENGLISH ACTOR WITH
CHEAT REPUTATION
IN (ITV NEXT WEEK
MADE
IX IM'.
MEANS
SOMETHING
One of the best ways that we
know of to find out what users
of Pacific Milk actually think Is
from their letters to us.
It Is really surprising how
many say one ot the reasons they
like Pacific Milk hetter than any
other Is because they know It
Ih tho only milk put up' In British Columbia and they believe in
homo industry, flrBt.
PACIFIC MILK CO, LTD.
888 Brake gt, Vancouver. B.C.
FactoriMatAbbotaford * Lad-Mr
Starring In "Tootluins" described as
the funniest play on tho Toad, Lawrence D'Orsay, woo has many years
of established fame tu bis credit, will
appear at the Auditorium theatre on
Tuesday, October 18th.
Mention of "Tlie Earl ol Pawtuck-
et" Is enough to remind showgoers of
a greul play made famous by a great
player, and Lawrence D'Orsay lias accomplished a wonderful feat ln presenting a new play which bids fair to
rival the one which established his reputation on this continent. Nevertheless "Tootlums" is having a wonder*
ful receipt ion, duo lu the personality
behind it. Besides thc i-Uar, an exceptionally capable cast has boen chose ti
to support him iu "Tootlums." Ther*!
Is Mr. Ernest Elton. He was leading
man with Otis Skinner, later becoming stage manager for Mr. D'Orsay
nud brings 'Mi >iars of experience to
tlie construction or an im inn-taut part.
Then there Is Miss Kitty Coleman,
who was understudy to Mrs. Patrick
Campbell) and played Mrs. Crosby In
"The 18th Chair/1 Afterwards she
was leading lady In "The Ear! of
Pawtucket." Miss Maud Henderson
wns leading lady with Forbes Robert
son In "Passing of the Third Floor
Back," and also leading lady with Nat
Goodwin. Miss deorgle Rusholnv wlio
is Mrs. D'Orsay in private life, starred in 'The Sign of the Grostf' an-l
other i otabli! successes. Other members ci the company ocucpy high places In the profession, and the choice
of this splendid support is one reason
why "Tootlums" is making such
great impression everywhere.
KOXXELL AGAIN CHOSEN AS
STANDARD-BEARER "
WATER WHEELS FOR
BULL IMVER POWEIt
NOW BEING INSTALLED
(Continued from Page 1)
with tigers from lusty throats for Dr-
Bonnell and Elmore Staples.
Light refreshments and a vote of
thanks to the members of the local
association brought proceedings for
that part to a happy ending.
Following the main business of the
convention steps were taken for the
formation of an association for the
Federal riding of East Kootenay of
the National Liberal and Conservative
party to carry on the good work so
auspiciously commenced. The officers
for the first term were appointed, being: Hon. President, Right Hon. Arthur Meighen; President, A. M. Chisholm of Windermere; Vice-Presidents,
Captain Bert Blyth of Golden, for
Columbia riding; Dr. J. W. Rutledge
for Cranbrook riding; A. B. Trltes for
Fernie, witli L. K. S. Herchmer ot
Fernie as secretary-treasurer. These
members are to appoint an executive
committee of three additional members for each riding.
One marked feature of the convention was the Interest shown by the
ladles, especially fh«se of the Cranbrook district who did good team
work and showed a deep and keen interest in the proceedings throughout
nnd evidenced much study having
been given to the broader field of politics aside from that of the party
solely.
Dr. Saul Bonnell, the candidate-elect. Is a medical practitioner of tht
city of Fernle where he hns resided
almost continuously since the year
1S97, having come in during the construction through that purt of the
Crow's Nest Pass branch of tho Canadian Pacific Railway. If elected as
the people's representative it will be
his second term, he having served through with the Unionist party
In the last parliament. During his
Incumbency ho has been a power in
having the Dominion Government telephone system extended greatly and
heen of assistance In pushing on the
good work of the construction of the
Banff-Windermere (highway through
tho central portion of tho constituency.
(Fernie Free Press)
Sunday brought tbe second water
wheel uf the British Columbia &
Alberta Power Co.. Lid., Into Fernle.
The first arrived durlug the
middle of the preceding week, tbe
machinery having completed successfully 95 per cent, of its -journey to
the company's plant at Bull River,
where it will be used to harness the
water at Bull River Falls, and make
this power, which has been wasted
for centuries, available from Cranhrook to Bellevue.
Tliese wheels are of such size that
tlie largest casting weighs 15 tons,
and must be moved 7 miles from the
.station at Bull River over mountain
roads on  building mover's trucks.
Tills Is but oue indication uf the
approaching completion of the com
iMiiy's undertaking. Work at Bull
River Is being driven at top speed.
Pumps are being driven at Bull River night and day lo keep the water
clour for the two gasoline concrete
mixers whicli ure pouring tbe concrete for tlie company's power house
and dam. A steiim-driveii derrick
moves stone at the dam. The 7 foot
diameter pipe line, into which about
two-thirds of Bull River at low water
will be turned, will BOOn bo stretching itself like a mammoth snake ut
200 feet per day between the dam
and .power bouse.
On the 125 miles of transmission
line, work Is alBO being driven ahead
rapidly. Poles are being set at the
rate of four miles per day, and tbe
rest of the work is progressing bo
rapidly that lt Is expected hy the
company that the line will be 75 per
cent, complete by tho 15th of November.
By the above il may he seen that
the British Columbia & Alberta Pow-
ed Co. .Ltd., is one of the largest
employers of men in tbis locality,
there being 110 men employed on the
transmission line alone.
All the wny from Craubrook to
Bellevue the rapid approach of the
power which has so often been promised but until tbis time has been wasted, Is being watched with tbe greatest interest. The time may easily be
foreseen when the coal mines and
other big industries of the Pass will
no longer be marked by a forest of
smoke stacks, but rather will be seen
electric sub-stations, and the noise of
rushing steam will bo replaced by the
(|iiiet hum of electric motors.
this circus story is up to the best
»!uiiilaril of HopWOOd's work, lie has
mingled humor, pathos and human nature, with a whole managerle of au-
Imals thrown in for good measure, to
malm a play that will appeal to all
ages from six to sixty.
As far as the star herself is :on-
oerned, the role of Pat. tbe little circus girl, fits her to a T. It has Just
that combination of humor, mischief
and heart uppeal that makes a perfect
Minter vehicle. And after several
productions iu which her glorious
hair has beeu hidden under black and
brown "transformations," her local
admirers will welcome the return of
her own blonde curls.
The supporting cast presents a
number of popular players whose appearance will be welcomed. Helen
Dunbar and Winter Hall are delight
ed as a dignified old Southern couple
while Lura Anson and Zelina Mttjfl
also do pleasing work.
The camera work is well done, for
Villtch credit  belong to Faxon  Dean.
• WIXDERMEKE DISTRICT •
• NOTES •
BIG CIRCUS SHOW
IS HAPPY VEHICLE
FOR MISS MINTER
ORE SHIPMENTS
RECEIVED AT THE
TRAIL SMELTER
The following is a list of the ore
received at tho Trail Smelter during
Ibe week ending September Slat!
Mine        Location Wet Tons
Boll, Beaverdell, DC      27
Josle, Rossland. B.C     125
Knob Hill, Republic, Wash. ... 95
Paradise, L. Windormere, B.C. .    45
Ruth. Cedar Creek, B.C.      41
Sally,  Boaverdell, B.C       18
Freddy Lee, Ainsworth, B.C. ...      2
Skyline, Ainsworth, B.C        1
Company Mines    7629
Total    7983
Week -Ending October 7th.
Mine        Location Wet Tons
Black Prince, Slocan City       26
Castor Fraction, Beaverdell       2
Highland Crief, Beaverdell ....      2
Surprise, Roseberry     227
Company Mines   7339
Total   7596
IP STOMACH IS RAD
LET DIAPEPSIN END
GAS, INDIGESTION
"Pape's Dlapepsln" has proven itself
the surest relief for Indigestion, Gases, Flatulence, Heartburn, Sourness
Fermentation or Stomach Distress by
acidity. A few tablets give almost
Immediate stomach relief and shortly
tho stomach Is corrected so you can
1 eat favorite foods without fear. Large
case costs only few cents at drug
store.   Millions helped annually.
The charm of Mary Miles Minter
as a little daughter of the circus; the
clever sub-titles by Avery Homvood
and the delightful atmosphere of life
under the Big Top—all of theso fnc
tors enter in to make "The Little
Clown." at the Star Theatro next
Monday aud Tuesday, one of the
most delightful entertainments of the
current screen year.
The Little Clown" Is hy .Avery
Hopwood. author of a score of other
famous comedy successes.    Certainly
Invermere, B-C, Oct. 12.— Official
notice has just been sent out from the
office here of the secretury of tho Associated Boards of Trado of South
Eastern British Columbia for the gathering of delegates to tbe third annual
convention to be held at Craubrook on
Wednesday,  October 19th.
Wliile loading a huge truck with
shale In an open pit here this week
the bunk caved away and came down
On William Palmer who was working
on the face. He was largely covered
with tho debris and narrowly escaped denth, getting off with a broken
leg and bruises.
Tho item mentioned lu your recent
dispatches that Mr. R. Randolph
Bruce, the mining engineer, might run
as an Independent candidate for the
riding of East Kootenay lias created
quite a ripple of excitement in political circles-
Mrs. H. H. Llnnell' and son from
Cranbrook are here on a visit to Mr.
John R. Davey. Mrs. Llnnell Is Mr.
Davey's sister and it is thc first time
they have met for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Monk who
have been spending much of their
honeymoon here and nt Windermere
havo returned to their home in Calgary.
AUDITORIUM
TUES. OCT. 18
One
Night
Only
One
Night
Only
Tlie King of English Comedians
Lawrance D'Orsajr
AND STRONG SUPPORTING ENGLISH COMPANY, IN
TIIE FUNNIEST PLAY ON THE ROAD
"TOOTLUMS"
Advance Sale uf Seats at Beattle-Xoble Drug Store on
Saturday, October 15th
PRICES    11.50, #1.00 aud 75c
The ladies of the Church of England throughout tbo Windermere district parish united this week to give
a Brldg and Whist drlv for the purpose, of raising money to pay off an
indebtedness on the furnishings of
tlie rectory. Tills took place in tbo
ball room of the Invermere hotel and
was well patronized, the financial and
social results woro both satisfactory.
Mesdames Houlgravo and Pitts won
two of the prizes while tho one for
the gentlemen went to Mr. Edgar
Stoddart of Windermere
Mr. Bernard Monk. Mrs. Monk, noo
Mapson, of Calgary, are spending part
of their moneymoou at Windermere.
Miss V. McGregor, teacher at the St-
Mary's school, wus a visitor in the
city on Saturday last.
The school at Lumberton, whicli recently bas been finished, was opened formally on Monday of this week
nnd quite a number of pupils attended on the first day.
Work on the school at the Mission
ls progressing rapidly nnd It Is expected to be completed In a short
time.
LAWRENCE D'ORSAY, celebrated English comedian, coming
to the Auditorium on Tuesday evening next in "Tootlums."
qV ""   V"   If"   If ~ Tfn i\fijn jiyin   njt   ijl i   1/u      If.      V      V '    TV      V      V      V '    Tf'iJ
W. D. Hills
Great REDUCTION SALE
is on in full blast -
AND WHEN HILL PUTS ON A SALE - IT'S GENUINE
Boots and Shoes, Ladies' Misses and Children's Goods,
Whitewear, Yard Goods, Etc., Etc.
Your fall and winter apparel needs can be most economically supplied at this time from our
store.  The sale prices now obt ainlng here mean a saving to y
25c ON THE DOLLAR; OB ONE-FOURTH OFF BECUUR PRICES
DRESS GOODS REPRESENTING VALUES WHICH MUST HE SEEN TO BE APPRECIATED
Heavy All Wool Hotuny Serge, Navy, 54 Inches wide, regular $6.60 per yard, Sale Price per yard $4,15
A Special Line of Plaids, In all shades, regular $1.75 per yard. Sale Price  per yard    |] «q
Regular $2.45 per yard, Sale Price per yard      ||"8q
i
SCHOOL BOOTS FOR THK
BOYS AND GIRLS
Reg. (3.00 values, now *__!,'.
Reg. $4 values, now   $11.00
All at 26% or one-fourth off.
T» ~
LADIES'  HEHliK  SKIRTS
All sizes, going at **.5'<, or one-quarter off regular prices.
Regular $4.00 values for *:I.imi
Regular $6 values at   4.WI
SOMETHING VERY SPECIAL
IN LADIES' BLOUSES
Ladles' (Seorgette Blouses, In all tbe
late and popular shades, for the week
only GOIIMI AT HALF PRICE
Regular $0 values at   tt.00
Regular $10 values at   5.00
Regular $13.60 values at  (.2.
These represent excoptional values,
and will stand the closest inspection
as to quality and smartnoss. Do not
fail 10 look them over on the tables*
LAMES', MISSES'
AND CHILDREN'S
WEAR Exclusively
W. D. H I L L
LADIES', MISSES'
AND CHILDREN'S
WEAR Exclusively
EH-V
There can Ite positively no Exchanges or Refunds at the Sale Prices
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THK      CRANBROOK      HERALD
Thursday, Oct. 13th, 1921
QUICK HEAT
"THE CALORIC WAY"
A Calorit' user writes: "I
talsed tlie temperature in my
S-roum home, which has heen
without tiro for IS hours,
from 20 degrees to 80 degrees In twenty minutes, in*
eluding llmo of cleaning fire-
pot and building fire."
Oet it Calorit: NOW.
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fteglna, Sask.—Flue rcsulls aro
shown by tl.a twenty-seven soldier
farmers who took up land lunt year
on tlie Poorrnan's Rosorvo undor tiio
act oE the Soldier Settlement Board.
Tho average farm unit Ih 808 acres,
purchased at un average prico of
$11.25 por aero and board officials
says that $25 per aero would bo a
low estimate to place on tbo value
of tho property today. This uieaiiK an
increase In land value alone to those
settlers of approximately $.1,500 each.
City Items of interest
Insure with Beale anu Blwell.
+    +    ~r
TungBten Lumps— 15 mid 26 watt,
45c; 40 und 50 watt, Wc. 100 wait Nitrogen.   $1.25,     Our low prices  win
every time, W. P. DORAN.
+   +   +
BORN.—On Tuesday, October llth,
to Mr. aud Mra. Rioliardson, of Fori
Steole. ut the St. Eugene Hospital, u
daughter.
+ + +
The editor now stands Quito convinced tiiat political conventions havo
thi'ir perils, and ls thankful to bo alive to tell tho laic. He was u passenger iu a Studebaker car driven by
K. n. Dezall when ii met ibe Willyw-
Knlght car, belonging to Dr. Bonnoll,
* M.P., wiih a lull load, and driven by
ii Pernio garngo mechanic. The ao-
1 cidenl occurred ul Uio top of Lhe Atoll aimer bill, ami iiu- dtivor of the Pernio car was clearly In error from the
tact of Ids trying to take the turn on
Uio loll baud side of Die nnd Instead
of tho right. Tho road nt this particular point la plenty wide onough
for two care to pobb if tho proper
care is taken. Considerable damage
| was done to the front ends of the
cars, and it was tale oil Tuesday afternoon before they could proceed on
their  way.
+    +    +
While conducting a search for drugs
I on -some Chinese premises last Friday,
| tho city police came across q quantity
of  liquor  in  storage  which   was not
sealed iu accordance with the govern
ment   regulations.      The  sluft which
was sealed properly was not touched,
but tho remainder wos placed under
seizure nnd removed  for safe keeping.
Sodal-Pmo nal
Mr. A. E. Hill and family spent lust
week-end ut the Sinclair Hot Sprints
Mrs. Stewart Mcintosh returned on
Mundway evening from a visit with
relatives  at  prairie  points.
Mr. E. Sessions of Culgary arrived
here this week and is engaged on the
staff of tho Standard Electric Co.
Mr. ami Mrs. T. C. Phillips und
young son left last week-end for Lethbrldge, where tbey will mako their
home.
Mr. aud Mrs. \V. O. Wilson nre now
occupying the Phillips home on Arms-
si rong Avenue which tbey have purchased. Their former home on Bur-
well Is now occupied by Mrs. Hunter.
('apt. Joseph He lil, ot Camp Lister,
zono representative for the provincial U. W. V. A., wnB In the city tor
a short tlmo this weok. conferring
Willi the executive uf tho local branch.
Twenty-eight new paid-up subscribers from tbo city and district have
heen entered on tho Horald subscription list this week. Was your name
among them?
A meeting of the Funnel's' Institute
is culled Saturday of next week, October 22nd, at 8 p.m., in the city Hall.
A large and representative attendance
s looked for, un.d hence ten days' notice is being given.
Mrs. Paterson Telurn-ed Do hor
homo at Invermere on Tuesday, after
a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. P. Cameron. Mr. Cameron made
tho trip uji in the big Nash car.
Paint Special
Just a few colors left in
Jamieson's Paints and Steven's Universal Paints, first
grade, at
$4.25
Per Gallon
DELANY & SINCLAIR
linker Slrirl Crauhrook, II.C.
Phone 84
Here's Your
from
NOW TILL SATURDAY NIGHT
IV E   0 F F E 11
10 doz. Ladies Pure Silk
Hose, all colors and sizes
75c Pair
ALUMINUM SPECIAL
ANY KITCHEN ARTICLE IN OUB WINDOW
15c each
WINDOW CONTAINS 8 DOZ. 25c ARTICLES AND
4 ONLY 50c ARTICLES
WATCH THIS SPACE NEXT WEEK
Moffatt's Variety Store [
Mr. W. D, Hill left for Nelson Sunday lust und returned Wednesday.
BORN.—On Sunday, October 9th, at
the Cottngo Hospital, to Mr. und Mrs.
Jas. it. Thompson, of this city, a sou.
Mr. Rowland of the Jeudson Manufacturing Co. of Toronto wus in thc
ciiy Wednesday.
Mrs. Langeu and children ot Pincher Creek, Alta., arrived in the city
last week and will remain wtth Mr.
Langen for un indefinite period.
Mr. Geo. Blfchwlugton of Calgary
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs J. T.
Sarvis for a few days this week, leaving iho city on Wednesday on a visit
to Coast cities before returning home-
Mr. II. Ciamball, ot tho Thomas Davidson Manufacturing Co. ot Montreal, was Iu thn city Unlay on hi*.*
hint trip ovor this road, having accepted lhe managership of tho firm'.*
new branch at Calgary.
A mooting is being held next Monday evening at 8 o'clock In the Y. M.
!, A- Huilding for Die purpose of dls-
ussliig the possibility of forming u
Chess Club in this city. Anyone interested Is the game of chess is invited to attend.
At the tlmo of going to press tho
condition of Mr. 1>. Surtees, wlio is
lying critically 111 at his some on Garden Avenue, is extremely precarious
He haa been unconscious for the last
day or two, and while he may rally
again, it is feared the end is not far
distant. Only last week Mr. aud Mrs.
Surlees returned from Calgary whero
Mr. Surtees was taking special treatment. He went to bed the day following his return, however, and has
uot been up since. Continual (hemorrhages have weakened him since that
time.
Tho appeal of Brady Brown of the
Wentworth Hotel, against a conviction by Magistrate Leask under the
B. C. Liquor Act, was heard before
Judge For in, of Nelson, on Saturday
last.    Judgment was reserved.
Mrs. W. E. Haslam left on Wednesday for the coast, by way of Calgary. It is not expected that she
will return within a couple of months,
her health demanding a somewhat
protracted stay at tho lower altitudes.
Mr. H. Eastman of Edmonton, a
partner in the Standard Electric Co
here, arrived in the city from that
place on Monday ot this week. Mr.
Eastman is an expert ln the firm's
line of business.
Mr. and Mrs. E. T- Cooper are en*
joying a three weeks' camping holiday at Mud Lake. Mr. Cooper went
up by car last week-end, and Mrs.
Cooper followed by train -on Monday.
Good sport is reported with the ducks
there, but the big geese rre not i.t
all plentiful yet.
A little one of the family of Mr. and
Mrs. Murdock McLeod got something
of a fright one duy this week when a
cow In the alley near the house for
some reason set on to it. and might
havo Inflicted Injury had not the cries
of the child attracted attention. As
lt was, tho child was more scared
than hurt.
Wurd was received this morning,
Thursday, of a bad accident which occurred to Mr. Geo. Niblock ln which
ho suffered the loss of two fingers
while ou a hunting trip near Fernie,
While Mr. Niblock and Otto Grey
wore returning to camp Wednesday after bagging a deer they halted for a
rest. Mr. Niblock was in tlie act ot
placing his rifle upon the ground when
t accidentally went off with the result thut the third uud fourth fingers
were shot off. Mr. Niblock ls now in
e Ferule hospital and is doing as
well as cun be expected.
WOOD
Very dry, 2 ricks . * UM
WHEAT DOWN  AGAIN
#2.8-5 cwt. for St. Mary's wheat,
V58-0U per ton.
CORN—Whole $2.8G cwt., $54.00
ton.    Cracked corn $2.9Ii cwt,,
or $50.00 ton.
BUTTUU-Bruakfleld, 2 lbs. 9.1c
HONEY  IN  BULK Site lb.
Urlng jars or tins.
A1TLES
Wealthy, unwrapped $1.96 box
Wealthy No. 2 $2.10 box.
Wealthy No. 1 $2.25 box.
Montosh $2.40 box.   •
Grnvenstoin $2.00 box.
SPUDS $1.90 cwt,; B0 lbs. $1.00.
ONIONS—Winter keepers,   now
In $4.00 cwt,, 5c per lb.
Bran and Shorts Cheaper Now
Bran $24.00    per ton;    Sh*rts
$20.00 per ton; Oats $34.00 per
ton; No. 1 Timothy $37.00 ton.
Straw, Oyster Shell, Grit, Beef
Scrap, Alfalfa Meal, Bone Meal.
and -Pratt's Poultry Food for
Chickens.
SUGAR »9.7r» PER CWT.
FLOUR #.1.00 CWT.
Fivo Roses, Royal Household or
Quaker
CRANBROOK
TRADING Co.
Be Sure Tour Watch Is
Hnunlng On Time
An automobile owner
occasionally has his car
overhauled and the carbon
removed from tlie cylinders.
Be as fair to your watch.
Month after month Its delicate mechanism faithfully marks the time. It,
too, must be given somo
attention, for through tho
most tightly fitting cases
dust articles will Intrude,
decreasing the time keeping accuracy of tho movement.
W. II. Wilson, Jeweler
W. Stewart and Billy Whiting took
In their old fishing grounds at Premier Lake early this week and whii
peacefully rowing ou the serene lake
Mr. Stewart was nearly pulled out
of the boat—a 28% pounder was on
the end of his line- After strenuous
efforts they finally got the beauty in
the boat and returned homo with that
satisfaction which only true sportsmen enjoy. It will be remembered that
these two fishermen landed a 33
pound salmon from Premier Lake last
spring which was the biggest caught
this season.
The new Star Theatre opened with
great eclat on Monday of this week,
and was very soon filled to the doors,
over eight hundred paid admissions
being recorded that night. The following evening, when the snme program was repeated, there was also a
full house. A. C. Blaine, the manager of the new film palace, states that
the finishing touches are still being
put on the huilding- Much admiration
was expressed at the interior arrangements at the Star, and everything has
so far gone along without any hitch in
ilie arrangements whatsoever.
W1. S. Johnston left today, Thursday,
for Port Arthur, where he wfll attend
the Dominion Convention of the G.
W. V. A. of Canada, as a delegate
from the local branch. Ho will stop
off for a day of two at Winnipeg, and
will he away from the city for about
two weeks. One of the big questions
to come up at the convention is that
of the amalgamation of the main soldier and sailor veterans' organizations
now In the Dominion, Into ono big,
driving and compelling organization.
This Is a step which it Is understood a
majority of tho veterans in the local
branch of the G. W V. A. favor.
Members of the Baptist Church this
week celebrated the 20th anniversary
of tho opening of the church building
by organizing a "painting bee" and the
outside of the building ls being given two coats of paint. Tlie finishing
color will be a sliver gray, wtth olive
green trimmings. New steps are also being built on. Special services
arc to commence at the church next
week, which will be conducted by Hev
J. Willard Lltch.
Secretary Clark or tho Y. M. C. A.
announces that preparations aro being made for a membership drive (in
behalf of the institution, which will
Be opened shortly, tho objective being placed at two hundred memberships. Fuller particular-, will be given out next week. Tlie "Y" has
been currying on Its work very uuos-
tontatlously, and Mr. Clark, backed
by the directors, has put a groat deal
■if thought into tho plans which are
being laid for tho future. The work
or the institution has n very deflnlto
value In the life of tho city, and a
good response is hoped for when the
membership campaign Is Btnged.
E. A. Norton, District Engineer for
the Canadian Westlnghouse Co., Ltd.,
and G. E. Miles, sales engineer for the
same company, both of Calgary, were
In the city for a day or two this
week, advising the city electric light
department on the proposed change
from two-phase to three-phase when
tho power from the B. C and Alberta project on Bull River becomes available in a few months now. Thoro
aro some twenty-two electric motors
now In use In the city, and theso will
be changed by the city to the system
recommonded by the power company,
and tblg work will shortly be undertaken by Supt. R. C. Bakln of the city
light plant, R li understood. '
The funeral took placo on Saturday lust of G, Gitunborg, of Vahk,
who was injured In a, mishap al tin1
lower end of a log chute near Vahk.
I lu was apparently struck by u log
and severely Injured, so much so that
ho was unable to get out of the pond,
and was drowned. Tho body wa
brought to this city on Friday, und
Hev. V. V. Harrison conducted the fn
noral services tlie following day,
MisB Evangeline Clines arrived in
tho city this afternoon, Thursday,
from Vulcan, Alta., and will tuke in
charge the opening arrangements for
the Chautauqua which opens here on
Saturday, and continues over the
week-end. Miss Clines met the com
mittee In charge of the local arrangements this afternoon at a meeting.
She did not expect to be stopping at
Chanbrook. but her sister, who was
to have been in charge heie, was not
able to make the connections to arrive for the opening. Mr. J. C. Evans, who figures on the program as
the Monday afternoon lecturer, is the
business manager in charge of the circuit- The Canadian Cliatitauquas
have undergone complete re-organlza-
tion since last season, and while Harold Peat still retains the presidency
of the company, he ls not active in the
management.
WANT ADS.
STAR SECOND  HAND  STORE
Phone 9.
We pay the best prices going for all
kinds of furniture. We buy anything from a mouse trap to an automobile.
FOUND—In a local restaurant oi
Thursday night, pocket book con
talning sum of money. Owner may
havo same by proving ownership
and paying expenses, at Herald Office. 31-??
FOR S-AL.E OR RENT—15 acres good
garden land, Irrigated by pump;
Dwelling houses; 2 root cellars, and
outbuildings, newly fenced. Good
market for all kinds of vegetables
and small fruits. Apply to P. Backs,
Waldo, B.C. 24-31
FOR SALE.—A number of loose leaf
binders, different sizes. Herald
Office. tf
BY      BEALE  i_- ELWELL
IIBAW    WON    TIIE    CAPITAL
IN YOlIt IIIIA1*. RANK AND
BUY BKAI. IISTATK
UICT inlcrestofl in property now*
Figure out whut you will bo wortii
hi tho futuro if you begin now to
liliint your money whoro lt will
do Ilie most good in Uio yearn to
come. We will help you xnft'ly In
vest your money.
WE PAY    THE    HIGHEST
MARKET PRICE IN CASH
FOR VICTORY BONDS
Try one of onr
Safely Deposit Boxes
IF  YOU WANT  TO  SELL
YOUR PROPERTY LIST IT
WITH US
REAL ESTATE
INSURANCE
te
rm
CONVEYANCERS
Crnnbrook,   B. C.
PHONE  80
Men's High Grade
FOOTWEAR
NEW SHOES
AT
NEW PRICES
HARTT'S WELL KNOWN BRAND -
From mi'-Mo l» #18.5.1
CORSON SIIOIOS —
A well known high grade shoe
#11.00 to #18.011
THE HARVARD SHOE —
A good reliable shoe
#8.0(1 to #11.(111
AU, SHOES GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTORY
WEAK, OK MONEY REFUNDED
AGENTS FOR WILLIS PIANOS
SEE TIIE WILLIS PIANOS NOW HERE
Salvation Army
SALE
of FRUIT, VEGETABLES, El**., from the HARVEST
FESTIVAL SERVICES at the
ARMY CITADEL
AKMSTItONG AVENUE
MONDAY EVENING, OCT. 17TH
A CORDIAL INVITATION TO ALL TO BE PRESENT
CLUB CAFE
CROSS-KEYS HOTEL
Largest and Best in the City
SUNDAY   SPECIAL
Farm House Chicken Dinner :  .  .  75c.
3. BUCHANAN
Proprietor
Is Your
Electric Wiring Safe?
MANY DISASTROUS FIRES AUK CAUSED    BY
DEFECTIVE WIRING.
LET US MAKE YOU A REPORT ON IT FREE.
Standard Electric Co.
Hanson Avenue        ...        Cranhrook, B.C.
EXPERIENCED   ELECTRICIANS   EMPLOYED
n
L. D. CAFE
THE HOME OF GOOD EATS
Special Chicken Dinner Sunday S
PRIVATE BOOTHS 1
Afternoon Teas — Ladles' Patronage Solicited I
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