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THURSDAY. SEPT -'1st, llllll.
e.mlily. A|ir.-lli
Oul ul » Total oi' 47 Scats Conservatives May Nut Havo Over 7
I'remlor Bovtsor mill Entire Culiluol Among (lie Fallrn
Willi I'ossllilo Kxei»tlon of Hun. IV. It. Uoss—Soldiers'
Voto May Make a Slight Change.
lii'iilieie Columbia electors lu me un
cortuln volco Imve' expressed tlii'lr do
Kin, for ii oluiiiKo In Qovornmont, uiul
uh te CotiBOtiuonco Mr, ll 0. Drowstor
wlll In, tin, iiromlor nt' llila iirovluco
lu tli,' noxt UglBlaturo,   Until nftor
lllO BOldlors' VolO Is C Iti'll lu Octobor
tin, ojcncl standing o( llto two purtloa
lu tlu> noxt Iioubo will nut bo known,
but proBont InillontloiiB nro tluit tlio
Liberals will lmvo from :!7 t,i tu.   Tbo
teeelelleTs'   VOto   Will   not    lUtOl*   llllllle-
itiiii'le cbnngo tbongli tt ts pusalblo tlmt
wlioro BOlillor candidates lee tlte nold
um defeated ou the- present standing
tin, seiiilli'i-s' voto may I'le'rt tbem, pur-
tliulHi'ly lu tho case ut Lieut. MoKon-
zio iii lit'ltti iiiiil Capt, Poster iu tbo
Islands constituency, wbero Uie' tiiiijiir-
Itlees aro siuiiii.
Prohibition hus carried by a majority ot between 7,000 nud 8,000 nnd
while, the soldiers' vote1 muy slightly
reduce this It Is not likely to overcome it. and iu some quarters the belief is expressed that tlio soldiers
themselves will give it a majority.
Woman suffrage bus carried In every
constituency, and Is a well deserved
tribute to woman's rights.
iiiiijnrliy eif 341 uiul wiiinun suffrage
880. Following Is tlie result in detail:
Cuvi'u King
nlnrysvlllo   m --
Klmliorloy  10 84
Tu Tu Crook   14 2u
Sullivan Mine'   IT 36
WVst Waldo   8 11
Wnrdnor  21 61
Wyilill',.   IS 88
Westport   r, ti
Crnnbrook   848 888
Mission    :i 6
Klngsgnto   to 11
Mayook  1 '2
Yulik   ir, lfl
Meiyiei   10 21!
Wattsburg   12 u
West Qatcway   2 4
422     G02
.. 19
.. 43
.. 30
.. 363
..     3
Sullivan Mine 	
St. Kugene Mission ..
Wardner  48
West Gateway   6
Wattsburg   12
Kingsgate  8
Westport  7
Ta Tu Creek   18
Kimberley   28
Mayook   8
Yahk   16
Moyie  20
West Wulilo  10
Woman Suffrage
Marysville ..
Sullivan Mine
I'runhrook ....
. 24
.. 43
. 33
lilt. .1. II. KIM:
Uecie'il for Cranbrook Killing
There huve been many guesses ut
the niiikc-np of the new cabinet, but
tlie only portfolios which appear In
every slate are the Premier, li C.
Brewster: Attorney-General, M. A
Macdonald; Minister nf Education, Hr.
King. Cranbrook will therefore he
well represented tn tlie Cabinet witli
lir. King and Mr. Macdonald, a former
resident of this city.
Tlmt tlie electors nf Vancouver took
little stock In the plugging elmrges
against M. .V Macdonald i- Indicated
hy tlie fact iliiil lie headed llie poll lu
that clly wltli nearly UOO voters morc
limn tli u hlghcsl    The clt)  went
snllilly Liberal with six members, llnwser coining seventh
Mlii'iiii   II  i'  UrewBlei
\lliii   I'  Moberley.
Cariboo   .1 Yorston.
Chilliwack   K  n  Bnrrov.
Cranhrook   Ur, .1   II   King
Columbia   .1 A. Buckham
e'lillinx    11    St,-Willi
Dowdnoy   .1 Oliver.
iieltii   \ it Pattorson.
Ksi|iilnt:ili   A   \\   McCurdy
Pernio   \ 1 Plsher
Clrnnd Porks   .1  I! Thompsou
llreoliwnod    Hi' C, 11  Ml l*an
Islands   \1  It Jackson
KaslO     .Inllll  Kei'll
Knmlooiis   s w  An n
North Okanagan   He l< C Mclloiiald
North Vancouver   Mayor llalne t
Niiiiiitliin    \\\ Slniill
New  We-tniliist.i-    11   \\ liit.-t.l--
NewcnBtlc   Parker Williams.
Richmond   i:  McOoer
llovclstoko   in  w n Sutherland
llosolaud   Mayor Willson
Botttli Vancouver   .1 W Woarl
Banulch   F A Paulino.
Slieeim     T   11   I'otllllO,
Vancouver tslx inombors] Macdonald, Smith, Mcintosh, Coupcr, Donnelly
Vliiurlit (four mombors) Brewster,
Hell. Hurl. Hull.
Yule  .1. Walters.
Cowiclian—Capt W. II. Hayward.
Nelson—Ur. W. O. Hose.
Similkameen—1, W. Sltiitfiiril.
South Okanagan- Mayor Junes.
Slocan—W. Hunter, leading by 18
Trail—J. H. Scitotielii, leading by nu
In Doubt.
OniiniTii  O Miinsnii, Llboral loading
Purt Ooorgo—Hon, W. it. Hoss, Con-
Borvatlvo, leading.
Liiiiini't - A. Macdonald, ConBorva-
tlve, loading,
In Cranbrook lir. King ims n major
Ity ot 200 tin II llleltil count, only
two polls in il nun- riding, Mayook
and WuUuliiirg registering a mujorlly
for riiveu.    Priihllilllnii  received    a
St. Eugene Mission       4
Wardner  41
West Gateway      3
Wattsburg  ll
Kingsgate  11
Westport   12
Ta Ta Creek   24
Kimberley   30
Mayook       6
Yahk     23
Moyie    2S
West Waldo     r,
Uphill   Fisher Me
FeTllle     271
CrOW'a Nest  17
Wlilte Sulphur .. 1
Corbln   13
Michel ....
(farmers ..
Hosmer ...
Coal rre-e'k
MorrlsBey .
McGttlres .,
Waldo ....
Hull Illver
Gateway ..
I'eti Steele
Flagstone .
1141 737 ISt,
Tlie majority fnr Fisher Is 96,
Elected (or Fernie Riding
(letting lloivn lu the I iiml Events —
llllllllloillis lllie-  Ml Players an
Eijuol  Chance  to
Win lliil
Tlie Tennis Tournament or the local
Tennis riuh is aettlun down to tbe
finals now and some very exciting
gullies lire ill prOBpeCt.    Tilt' gullies ull
through havo heen closely contested
uml much interest Ims been aroused.
'I'lie handicaps were so arranged Unit
It nine nit players un equal chance, the'
newest players being given as much
chance us tho older erne's, and In eon-
Boeiucnce si,me nf tlie green piuyi'rs
aro still tu tin- ii,-l.l in tin. finals. Following lire llie results up to geilllR to
Miss Cnrtwrlghl -16, Mrs. Moth -16
wiin hy Mrs, Moth 9-7. tl-4.
Miss 11. Hi mond +16, Miss Fisher
+ 16, won Iiy Miss Driininiolid 0-1, 2-0,
Miss 15.0111 +15, bye.
Miss E, Macdonald ser, Miss Roberts
+%16, wem by Miss Macdonald 4-6,
7-5, 6-3.
Miss M. Wallinger ser., bye.
Miss 11. Clll +15, Mrs. Fenwick
-V, in. wem hy Mrs. Fenwick 6-3,12-10,
Miss 1). Wallinger ser., Mrs. McKow<
an -Mil5, ween hy Miss Wallinger 6-3,
3-6, 8-10.
Miss A. Woodland -16, Miss I'yc -40,
won by Miss Pye 6-2, 4-6, 6-4.
Si't'ienil Reiunil
Miss Drummond wem from Miss R
Gill   6-1. 6-3.
Miss M. Wallinger won from Mrs.
Fenwick 6-:'.. 6-4, 8-6.
Miss I'yc wem from Miss 11. Wallinger 6-3, 6-2.
Semi Finn]
Miss Pye won from Miss M. Will-
linger 6-3, 6-2.
Miss !•:. (illl won from Miss Drummond 10-12. 6-0, 6-1.
A. Raworth -1416, .1. Pye +15, won
hy A. Huwortli 6-3, 7-5.
s. Rumsey "iir.. a, Me-mle +30, won
bv s. Rumsey 6-0, 0-2.
T. II. Kay +',iir>, C. Garrett -15,
wem ley ('. lleirret 0-3, 0-6, 6-4.
The following also go Into the second round through byes or defaults:
X. A. Wallinger -15. It. ('. (Hi-ling +16,
V. Fink +30, 11. Mcllwalne -30, D. A.
Kay +15.
Second Itunni!
X. A. Wallinger won trom  R. E.
Girling e',-1. 6-1.
V. Fink wem from A. Huwortli 6-3. 6-4.
('. Garret won from s, Rumsey 6-4,
H. Mcllwalne won from D. A. Kay
0-1, C-4.
H. Mcllwatae won (rom ('. Oarrett
Miss M. Wallinger ami Miss B. Gill
^i-.:lll Inst 6-1. !*-7 to Miss D. Druin-
mond uml Miss le. Wallinger +V430.
Miss l'y,- uml Miss Woodland -30.
letsl 6-.. 6-4 ti, Mrs. McKowan und
Miss Cartwright sit.
The following go Into the second
round with byes: Miss 1-:. ('.ill uml
Miss 1-:, Macdonald +HS0; Mrs. Moth
uml Mrs McLeod -15.
s ml Round
Miss Drummond nml Miss IV Wallinger won trom MiBS K. QUI unel Miss E,
Macdonald 6-2, 6-4.
Mrs, Moth nnd Mrs. McLeod won
(nun Mrs. McKowan uml Miss Cart-
wrtght 6-2, 8-2.
A. Raworth and s. Rumsoy -30. won
.:■::. 9-1 from V. Fink unit J. Pye +15.
Through default or byes the following go lute iln- s.-innil round: T. H.
Kay iiml n a Wallinger -30; a A.
Kav nml ll Mcllwalne -80: C. Currelt
and I' deVero Hum   -30.
Miss M. mi.I.- mul T. Mecredy -15.
won i-fl, I'-n, 8-8 frum Miss Roberta
mut Itev   w. ll   Bridge   15.
Miss I've iiiiiI li. A. Kay -16 won
6-1. 10-8 Irom Mrs. Moth uiul T, H.
Ka)   16
Miss E, Hill nml II Melllvvulne -30
won 6-3. e:-2 freini Mrs. McKowan and
N. A. Walllngor   V«>.
Miss Macdonald uml II. E. curling
! tr,. won ti-::, 6-4 (rom Miss Walllngor
anil V, Fink +16.
Miss II. lllll und .1. I've +15 won
6-ti, 7-r, (rom Miss Drummond ami A.
Raworth ser.
Tlie fnllnwliic play In lhe second
rn I through byes:  Miss W Hand
nml s Rumsey -80; Miss Cartwright
mut i' Oarrotl SO; Mrs Fenwick nml
c  Mead  I 15
Sci-eiiiii Round
Miss I'v ill ll. A. Kay won fronl
Miss Cnrtwrlghl nnd 0. tlnrrett 11-9,
Miss I-:, enn ami li Mclllwaine won
fr  Miss Macdonald uml It. E. Girling 6-2, 6-3,
Miss H. lllll nnil .1. Pye won (rom
Mrs. Fenwick nml tl. Moad 6-3. 6-1;
Semi Finals
Miss Pye nml ll. A. Kay won (rom S.
Rumsoy uml Miss Woodland 6-1,6-3.
Paradise Mine Has Resumed Shipping and Work Will be Con>
tinned During 11m- Winter. Employing About :to Men
—Others Expected to Start up Soon.
(Special lu tin- Herald)
Invermere B.C. Sept utli The!(ered by team tn rail; tlienee by rail
Mining Division has resumed ship*ito Revelutoke and Arrowhead where
ptng after an Idlenea extending over it was tranafored tu boat ami
ten yrurs. its first, cur ot ore Lett taken tu Weat RobBon, when it again
tliis jiart un Tuesday tin* Vitth tpst.ihadto be tranafored tu rail uml Kblp-
tur Hi.- smelter at Trail, Bight heavy hied tn Trail. Tlu* difficulties of that
teams art- ai iircsnit engaged in haul- mode of transportation wen* sn great
Ing un- frum tin- mine tu the shipping and so costly that tin* owners became
point on Uu* railway und this number discouraged and shut tin* mine down
will shortly Ik* Increased.   Tlu; mini;  pending tin.* building of the railway.
Mr. 11. Wiley, accountant for the O
P. II. here, Ih returning to Brandon.
Geo. Fitzgerald was given :t0 days
fnr vagruncy last Thursday In the lo
cal pollco court.
Mr. Frunk Dunn of lin-C. I'. R. Htnff
was one of tlie tew hunters fortunate
1'iioiigli to hag ii deer on IiIh recent
hunting trip.
Queen Alexandra lotlgo, n. of R. T
gave a farewell last Thursday nlghl to
iMiHH KlHlo Park, and presented her
I wilh u cut glass howl,
is at present tn the great satisfaction
of tlie dislrict giving employment to
twenty-one men and arrangements
are being completed to Increase this
number to thirty to whom steady employment will lie given throughout
tlio coming  winter.
A short aerial tramway is being
constructed to carry tlie ore from the
mine to storage bins which have already been built. Suitably shipping
facilities are being arranged for on
tlie lino of the Kootenay Central Railway.
Tlio property is owned by tlie estate of the late Herbert Carlyle Hammond, who was a mmber of the firm
nf Osier and Hammond of Toronto,
and R, Randolph Bruce, O.E.. F.R.ti.s.,
uf bis place, under whom the management of the property cornea. The offices of the company are established
in Invermere.
Thc ore Is u silver lead. It wil be
shipped continuously all winter. This
property in old days shipped nut u
couple of thousand tuns to the smelter nt Trail. At that time the ore had
to be brought tn the water,s edge and
shipped down the Columbia River by
boat to Golden where tt was trans-
Tim Kotenay Central Branch nf the
Canadian Pacific Railway has now
been completed thus enabling the ore
to reach Trail Smelter both cheaply
and quickly once it la loaded.
sinco the Paradise opened up the
owners of adjoining properties such
as tlie Silver Pelt have commenced
work and It is understood thoy along
with thc Nette M, will start shipping
In the immediate future.
Thc revival of this indusary in the
District has alreudybeen the means
nf inducing peoplo interested In mining
development to visit here and come or
the other properties such aa the Dol-
phine, the Chllbnry, thc Hot Punch
und thc Homosteak arc now being examined. All these properties were
former shippers.
It would be premuture to make any
announcement regarding some of the
above. This re-dovolopment nf the
mining Industry Is une of the first-
fruits nf the building and operation nf
thc Kootenay Central Hallway and It
will certainly materially assist in the
Battlement nnd development uf the Dls
triot as a whole In the establishing of
a better local market and the assurance of more steady employment fnr
skilled labnr,
Local  .Man (barged  with  Keeping a
House of lll-tumc, (Jlven a Lee.
ttire and Warning by
Tliat tiie decent citizens of Cran-
prook arc interested In the efforts of
the Chief of Police to make Cranbrook
a clean city was evidenced by tlie attendance at the pulice cutirt un Thursday morning when a case of much Importance wus up fur hearing. It hinged on the case tried Friday last when
■Vllie Dunlop wus lined $10 and costs
for being a prostitute, pleading guilty
to the charge.
Commissioner and Mrs. Sowton, who
are in charge of the Salvation Army
throughout the Western Territory will
be visiting Cranbrook for Sept. 26th,
accompanied by Hrigudler McLean of
Vancouver, The Commissioner wlll
ha very pleased to liave as muny of the
1 public attend the meeting ns possible.
I Commissioner Chas. Sowton has
! been an Olllcer fnr thltiy-two years,
! during which time he has held almost
! every field position In the Army. HIb
first foreign appointment wus the ter-
jritnrlul leadership nf Norway, which
[hud only been opened nine months,
Ith on followed Sweden, under the <-om-
jiniiud successively of Commissioner
Bldadol und Commissioner Ollphant;
■the over-sight of the Scundlnavlan
work In America,
A charge was then laid against a
local man generally known as Mack-
the-Tailor, for being the keeper of a
disorderly  house.    This  was  up  for
hearing on Saturday and remanded till
Thursday morning.   The chief gave j
evidence as to arresting Mrs. Dunlop,
the convicted prostitute, In the house
of  Mack-the-Tallor,  where  she  hud |
been taken in ns a roomer, but appar-
ently had access to any part of   thej
house.   Mrs. Dunlop was also put In ;
tlle  witness  box  and  gave  evidence
tliat she had rented the rooms from ;
Mack-tlie-Taylor,  with   no   questions
asked, and that she had known hlm for
several montlis previous.   The chief in
summing up claimed that the evidence
proved conclusively that the accused
knew for what purpose his house was
being used, aud in tlie Interests of a
clean Cranbrook asked for a conviction, whicli alone would have a summary effect In preventing Clark Ave. j
from regaining Its old-time reputation
as n resnrt of Immoral women.
Mr. A. B. Macdonald, who appeared |
for the accused, agreed with tlie chief,
in his desire to keep the town clean,]
but claimed that there was no evidence
offered to pruve that the house was u j
house of Ill-fame nr a bawdy house,
as was necessary to secure a conviction. Magistrates Arnold and Hill,
who sat on the case, lu giving Judgment Justified tlie action of the Chief'
In laying the charge but regretted
that on the evidence submitted tliey [
wero unable to register a conviction
and had tn dismiss the ease. Magistrate Hill gave the accused a very j
straight warning tlmt It wnuld be necessary fur him to be very circumspect iu the future, and said: "We are
nut satisfied hy any means that you
have a clean sheet. Vou are living In
very questionable quarters. You were
living under the same roof with one
who pleaded guilty to being a prostitute. No white man hus a right to
live under the same roof with a colored woman. Von have been In court
twice during the last month, first fur
selling liquor to Indians, and now on
a charge of keeping a house of Ill-
fame. This ought tu be a lesson to
you. We urc determined to see that
Cranbrook is kept a clean town, but
on tbis occasion havo given you the
benefit of the doubt."
The. accused asked to he allowed to
say a word In reply nnd started in on
a loud harangue aB tn his having been
"a resident for 20 years and during
that lime no one bud been able to point
tho llngnr of scorn at him", etc.
McCreery Bros, millinery parlors are
the rendezvous of the ladles of the city
and district tliis week-end to inspect
tlie beautiful display of fall und winter
millinery. Tlle show-rooms are In
charge of Miss Garbutt of Toronto,
und Thursday marked the opening day
of the season.
Kven In the line of millinery the influence of tlie wur is reflected In the
tendency towards plain huts, military
shapes and quiet colors, devoid of the
supcrflous and georgeous trimmings
sometimes so much In evidence. Among
the leudlng colors will be found the
new toupe shade, purple, black and
black and white, together witli some
green und blue. Birds and wings are
the favorites in the line of trimmings
this season. For the later fall and
winter wear tlie hats are very small
and natty, the early season styles being considerably larger.
One of the taking hats noticed on
display was a very smart New York
sailor, which gets its Individuality and
style frum its natty lines. It is a black
velvet flop trimmed with a single rose
and band of black ribbon, and is a
very becoming hat. It would be Impossible to describe in detail all the
beautiful and stylish hats nn exhibition, but one more which caught our
attention was a very stylish hat in the
new toupe shade, with sjallnped edge
trimmed with bands uf grey fur, onp
side nf the hat slightly rolled and finished witli a pretty ornament.
Miss McLeod Is holding her fall millinery opening this week-end und has
u beautiful display nf tin* very latest
in full aud winter bats. Black, tuupes.
purples and Russian Greens ucnipy the
prominent positions in tlie color
scheme, while the up-to-date tutus are
thc leading shapes. There is a nice
line nf metal trimmings In gold, silver and oxidised metal, together with
the lutest novelties In millinery.
One of the very latest models nn
display Is a black tain crown, finished with metal trimming- There ll atso
a splendid showing of sport hats in
colored felts.
Miss McLeod is also showing the very
latest in colored lace veils In purple
African browns and Russian Green.
Mr. Jack Burton is spending two or
three weeks visiting friends at the
Mrs Crump and family of Revelstoke
pent, a week here with Mr. Crump,
acting Superintendent in Mr. liar-
shnw's absence.
S. Irving, who was o resident of Calgary, has enlisted with the 241!nd Foresters Battn. for overseas service, and
Is acting as book-keeper and stenographer for tlie Battalion here,
Capt. Pinkbam of Culgary Is reported In the latest casualty lists us killed
He was a brother of .Mr. J. F. Plnkham,
formerly a bank manager In Crnnhrook.
f/llcLrciitii  Jjraa
lake piea&uxc in annauncinq  tlioii
tlo tin a I  C pen I lit]
Jail   JlUUinetii
Auilu>.>  e Ki'iulii-lo-wVui
and   J ru   cJoaeeS
Jim x^tlaci oVpl. JwYmiIii-. 'ini
ano iollovt'iiLi paiji
, 'on   ate   ivuliuliii   mOiUv
lo  alletiu
McCreery Bros.
Cranb.-ojk's Dr/ Goads and Clothing Stores
Still Talking Furniture
But we have a stock and values well worth
talking ahout. You'll agree with us when you
see them. A pleasure to show you whether a
purchase is made or not.
Linoleums and Oilcloths
are selling rapidly at our verj' low prices.
When present stock is sold out you will have
to pay more for the next Don't he among
the late ones.
V.  V*   o.
After A Serious Sickness
After mi) operation, ami c*peclall) ufter tin* trying hwi of inmmer,
every -imrit* cell in your bud) demand* mme help in building ii up
HOW, mid lhe Hi.'hi kind of help |g found in
It N nature's builder- Contain* nourish men I for (lie blend and
Uaiuei In it- rich medicinal oil food no fake nonrfihmenl for ii doe*
not contain a trace of opiates or "ther lUmnlantA
Cranbrook Drug & Book Co. Ltd.
White   Star   Dominion   Line
I Sept, iillli S. s. "Ii-Mimim"
Oct. Htll, s. s. "Northland"
October 28tli, s. s. "Southland"
N'en. llli. s. s. "Canada"
Cabin rate J.r,0 nnil »r,r, and up.     iCeirno eeiily.
F\er tiirtlmr Information apply i" Company's e.illec, inn Second
Ave-.. Se-mtle-. A. K lilnei-y. Agent, or Deale A.- Klwell; J. W. Spence,
Ai;,iit. ('. P. u.. Cranbrook.
Subscribe to the Herald -- $2.00 a Year PACK TWO
THURSDAY, SEPT 21st, 1916.
Issued   tVookly   by   Tho  Cranbrook
Herald, Limited.
T. H. Kay, Editor and Manager
Thursday, September 21st, llllll
Before the bar ol' public opinion M
M. A. Macdonald has been declared ii
nocent ol guilty knowledge ot tl
Vancouver plugging conspiracy, an
his return at the head ot thc polls i
Vancouver Is a striking vindication i
ills character, Tlu- return ni a solid
phalanx ol Liberals rrom Vancouver
anil Victoria Indicates a remarkable
lack ot fullh In tin- bono tides ot tho
Conservative charges,   li i- to I'- hop-
Tin BOldlors' voto is Htlll to be
counted hut ill view of the overwhelming ...ni 'in all over tin- provlneo
ugnlnst the Bowser government this
vote is more likely lee be against the
Conservatives than lu their favor. The
only probable exceptions to tills are
'where soldier candidates are in the
: field, and It I? quite possible that these
j may be elected by tlte votes of tli
. comrades iu arms.
it Is Io be regretted that the Hon.
'.V. J. Bowser is among tlie fallen, as
even his enemies will admit his enp-
■  uul!ltie-e as a legislator, and his pres-
"  elice in the house would have been of
Q great value.   While lie may be uble to
! net il scut ile till' house if lie desires lie
11 may take tlie opportunity now offered
'land devote his whole time to his legal
"tun: KOll A CIIANOK" (itv
II  Is  quito
il for He- good mini,, ni ihe province o( yCStorday'
mi the clearing "f th" political al-   ment of the
Unisphere that lhe  Liberal  party  eeill
contll  Un- probe anil gel al Un' real
truth nf the matter, no matter who
may he hurt in tl xposuro.   II  it
la true us charged by Messrs. Macdonald and Brewster tliat llie whole thine
was a Conservative plot in "got Macdonald" then the sooner the perpelra
tors are shown up ami punished the
heiler for tlie conservative parly ami
for public morale iu general.
■uie Free l'ress)
evident from lhe results
s election lhat the sentl-
priillnee for the time Ileal. The old battle cry,
untied against every geiv-
t remains lee power fur
in." Time for a ehange." lias
not under the skin of the electorate
ami the llnwser government has gone
down in defeat.
whieh Illl:
WOMAN   SlU'ltUli:
aller tnr i
raliihilinii thai
urteil t
It Is a I
the right
iil/.eil  by
province in such a win
tier iiii Thursday last
overwhelmingly in favor nf Hie change,
anil we have lui iloulil lhe lailies will
justify the confidence expressed In
tliem. Tho Introduction of the women's vote is unt likely tn iiiake any
startling changes e     way    nr    the
other, though it will have a tendency
to raise tlie standard eif personal morality among aspirants for political
honors, and will help to eliminate tlle
rough-neck candidate and those who
represent the lower element insofar as
their election to offlco Is concerned,
Wo fear, however, lhat those elements
wlll still he able lu exereise their insidious Influence behind the seones unknown lo tlm lady voter, though possibly nut In quito su raw a manner.
Province after province, state afler
state, und country nfter eaeeintry are
either adopting prohibition in ono form
ur another, or making the regulations
for the sulo of Ihieeeir enure stringent
and tlie present indications nro tli
thc day ot tho legalized traffic in
strong drink Is fast drawing tu a
close,    llrltlsli Col bin is Ihe newest
province In Canada lu vote dry. and
witli tlie enactment of the li. C. Prohibition Law Canada will be dry from
the Pacific Ocean tn llie eastern borders of Ontario. It is only another
short step lei Domlnlon-wldo prohibition, whicli will follow as a natural
The voto In this province on Thursday Is an amazing testimony tn lhe
growth of public sentiment against the
liquor traffic. Willi an enormous campaign fund on the part of tlio lliiuor
men to defeat prohibition, with the
large majority of the' press of the province either neutral or avowedly antagonistic to the cause nf prohibition,
with tlie liquor men's specleius arguments against the bill appearing In
every paper in the province with two
or throe nntalile exceptions only, il
would have been small wonder if the
hill   had   been   del. ated.     But   despite
all this and the limited amount of
money available fur lhe prohibition
campaign a majority nf between seven
and eight thousand has I u rolled up
111   favor  nf  the  hill,    tlf  course  the
soldiers' voto Is still lei he counted bin
lt is Inconceivable that they will vote
a great deal different freeni tlie civilian
electorate, and lo overcome the majur-
Ity tlio vote would have' tei be better
than two to one against prohibition,
so it may be accepted as a foregone
conclusion tliat tlie bill wlll onrry.
(Lethbridge Herald)
There is a lesson fur governments,
huth Conservative and Liberal, tn the
result In Hritish Columbia. The hlde-
IiiiuihI partisans are n minority every-
ire. The muii wiio will stand by
the party right or wrong are not as
inerous as sume politicians imagine.
To re'taln power, and tlle respect uf
tiie people, a government must serve
ihe people—serve them faithfully ami
uuestly. Minor mistakes may be ex-
used, but when a government defies
iihlie morality as did Hie government
i' British Columbia there will Inevit-
hiy como a day uf judgement. Men
will break parly tines and punioll the
'eminent that casts a bint upon Hie
ty. British Columbia is nut a 1,1b-
1 provlnc '; its record since its entrance Intn confederation shows that
it is quite large ly Conservative. Mr.
Brewster will lead practically the first
Liberal government the provlneo ever
had. He has boen given power because honest Conservatives broke
away frum their party on account of
extravagance, corruption and maladministration. The Liberal party can
only remain in power by meeting tlle
demand fur honest, clcr.n government.
Tlie day is past when men support the
party right ur wrung, guod ur bad.
Tlie people: want real public, service.
They want their affairs to be administered as a busincs would be cmu'tic
.eel.anii in Hie public interest. W
believe this demand willbe greater
now that the women liave tlie franchise. Tlieir votes will never go to a
government, characterized by tlie misdeeds nf the Bowser government.
place was actually a remit nf the
peoplo, iu many aspects without regard to political affiliations, against a
pullticu! group whose mothods had bo-
cuiiie intolerable,
I Medicine Hut Nows)
Canada is nut hankering after any
more exposures uf wrong-doing by
men lu public life lu whom have been
entrusted tlie keeping of the country's
affairs. But at the Bame time there
is a strung determination tu expose
wrong-doing wherever it is known tn
exist.    Tlle uverthrnw (el   tlle  lluwse'r
administration opens the way fur a
revelation uf graft, corruption and
waste which has nut been paralleled In
any other province nf Camilla. For
years the Liberals of British Columbia
have been trying to persuade the people that their resources were being
recklessly squandered, but proofs were
liarel tn get as the government was
'er iii its manipulations aud the
party had no representatives In the
eglslaturc tu force the government to
■uveal lhe facts that could be tibtalned
inly In this way. But now they have
llieir opportunity and Hie promised relations will he made.
things that might go a long way    In
solving the mischievous boy probli'in.
The Ilrst Is organized play. Idleness |
Is the chief causo of mischief among
the boys. When thev reach the "gang"
ago they Bhould be organized into clubs
and led nut tu healthy activities. Tills
is a matter for the city as a whole to
tako up. The second Is that they
should be taught to cultivate u civic
We cannot afford tu allow police [
men to teach uur buys civic duties.
There is a belter way. an easier and
a safer way. Tiie schuul authorities, or tlie church, or the city, or
perhups all three combined, should
undertake tu final something I'ur buys
to tlo after selioul hours, iiiiiI on Saturdays.
We see almost un every vacant
house a card offering ¥5.00 reward tu
anyone giving evidence loading tn tlie
arrest nf those whu may damage the
property. Now this sign is Just an
Invitation in a buy tu throw a stone
through the window nf the house
upon whieh it Is placed. II mil only
eiffcrs tiie suggestion, hut It throws
nut ii challenge iliiii few spirited
veilllbs can resist. If lhe people who
are sn  willing tn  pay  15,00 after a
window nr   twu have   i n   broken
would pay the $5.00 hefnre any damage Is dono lum >i (und, the objocl nf
Which shall lie lhe welfare nf tho
buys. II WOUld be belter business.
A prominent Calgary citizen set a
plemliil example Iii handling boys a
slitirt time ago. A gang of buys ninth'
froqtlont e-lllls In premises uf this citizen, tre'iulug Ills children roughly, do-
trunylng buildings, and looting the
garden. But he did not semi for a [
policeman. He had a better knowledge
uf the buy's nature than thoso who a-
dupt the punishment method. The
iianies of the buys were lirst secured;
then tlie co-operation of the principal
uf the scleuul was obtained, and a huge
lawn party arranged. The hoys all
appeared, ate all they could lluid, engaged 111 games need had a splendid
lime. Neeelless tn say the buys gave
un mure trouble. We recommend this
method tei anyone in trouble of the
above character.
Capt. Brooks, of No. 4
Company, Ith Battalion,
wrltinglromthe front,says:
"My men would be very
grateful to anyone who will
send them Zam-Buk.
lt is In great demand for
cuts, blistered heels, etc.
Parcels should be addressed to Co. Sergt.-Major,
No. 4 Co., 7th Batt., B.E.K."
He sure to Include some
Zam-Buk in your next par.
eel to the front. 50c box, 3
lor UM. all druggists, or
Zam-Buk Co.. Torunto.
Travel East or travel West
Shamrock Brand Excels the Rest
Made in the Home of Sanitation.     All produce
guaranteed Pure and Wholesome,
I Victoria Times)
Tin: vindication o£ M. A. Mac tin n a hi
is not tlit* least pleasing feature of the
election. The premier and Ii.h colleagues, home und foreign, were determined to accomplish the ruin of the
man Who helped to lead the way in exposing tin? decrepit condition of the
government.   Mr. Maedonald waa vle-
ously assailed and every possible arti-
nv resorted to In order to defeat him.
His triumphant return at the head of
tlm poll in Vancouver is a complete
newer to the malicious aspersions of
his unscrupulous opponents.
(Calgury Herald)
There lmvo been :i any causes for
the steady weakening of Conservative
prestige In the oov.A province, bul
back of them all, anil responsible for
most of them, lias been an autocracy
tliat was fostered ami developed
through years of government without
opposition, U is inevitable thut in the
absence of strong and vigorous opposition any government will sooner or
later fall prey to the worst tliat exists
in, and because of, tlie party system
then follows more or less quickly the
The new Brewster government may
bc no more competent than that of
ex-Premler Bowser, but it will start
with a better chance for straight
going. Judging by results thus far
received, tiiere will be a healthy opposition in the new legislature, which is
the best tiling the voters of tlie province have done in this election. The
question as to whicli party is in power
is of lesser consequence.
I'F.Om:     LOST    Fall
I Calgary   Albertan)
The people lost faith in a careles,
reckles, autocratic, intensely partisan government. It was a straight
rase of revolt of th- e* miuon people
against the rule of a faithless and
Inefficient uiimiuistratlon.
Issues played no part In th'' contest. Tlie government at the dying
hour had passed legislation of tlie
most valuable and progressive nature.
It was not so much a stilfo <?f parties.
The   people   came   to   tie   conclusion
that th *ir administrators had   eceived
them, and nothing could    stop    the
vataiiche    of    dissatlsfuctlotl.      The
esiilt was very satisfactory.
The British Columbia electorate do
not believe in half measures; a few
years ago a solid Conservative legislature was returned to power—on
Thursday last tlie position was almost
reversed and tin* prospects are tliat
the new  legislature  will  have about
siX    or    seven    ('oilservall Vi'S    against
forty Liberals. Tlie people have expressed ln no uncertain measure their
desire, for a change, and we have no
hesitancy in bowing to the will of the
As far as Cranhrook riding is concerned both parties put up a game
fight to tin* linisli, though the campaign was a particularly clean one and
devoid of personalities or mud-sling-
Ing. The Liberals probably had slightly thc better organization, though in
view of the results all over the province and Dr. King's undisputed personal popularity Mr. Cnven and the
local Conservative workers have no
cause to be discouraged. In Dr. King
this riding will have a worthy representative and one who will do credit
to the constituency. Dr King is certain to be a member of the Brewster
Cabinet, and is one of the fow agreed
upon by ull sections of (in; Liberals as
entitled to a portfolio, likely to be
that of Minister of Education, for
whicb position he Is eminently (nullified. The only fear expressed Is Hint
his new duties may necessitate his removal from the city, and this Is a contingency which Liberals and Conservatives   alll(e   WOllhl   deeply   rOgmt
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Following are officially reported ore
receipts ut tin* Consolidated smelter iu
Trail for Kast Kootenay district for
quarter month from Sept. 1st to 7th,
191(1, inclusive, and for the year to date
Week    Year
Burton  20
Giant         7 "
Hidden Treasure   7 7
Lead Queen        137
Monarch         '(»
Park Group  12
Quantrel  l*
St. Eugene         B7B
Sullivan     B19   fjfi.Olin
933 r.ti.os:'.
In the first eight montlis of 1910 to
September 1st, shipments of ore to the
Consolidated smelter at Trail totalled
.l.'i:.',77f> tons coming from nearly L00
different mines, 22 of whicli an* located in Washington and Idaho and Do !
balance in Canada.
In August the ore received amounted to 40,814 tons, and is the largest
total by several thousand tons of any
month this year.
The gold-copper ores from Hossland
represent the heaviest output, the zinc
and lead ores from the Sullivan mines
of Kast Kootenay and the silver-lead
of the Slocan-Ainswortli section being
next in volume. Ores from more than
a score of American shipping mines
contribute a goodly tonnage also, running over UO.OOO tons for the year to-
there is no quarrel.  The people's win
Upon tin* Majorities shown by the
final vote in a number of ridings will
depend the strength of the two parties
in tlu* legislature.. Small majorities
may he wiped out by the soldlc's vote
which at thc present time In vory
much of an  unknown quantity,
(Victoria Colonist)
It hus seemed well to tlie people of
Itish Columbia to demand a change
of administration. We greatly regret
tliis, for we think a mistake lias been
made, but the people are masters and
we nccept their decision witiiout complaint, Wc earnestly hope that Hie Incoming administration win be able to
j-ive the Province policies    that    will
justify Hie decision at the polls.
The Colonist Is staunchly Conservative, but il places the welfare of British Columbia before party considerations, it will not otter any factious opposition to ii new administration, but
while reserving and proposing to exercise the fullest right of crltclsm, it
will give what assistance is can to
carrying into effect everything that
muy be done or attempted, whicli in
our judgment Is calculated to advance
tlie public welfare.
(Vancouver World)
We believe the explanation of yesterday's vote lies in causes which tliis
paper has again and again emphasized
in the last twelve montlis. lt was the
deep, firm voice of the people of this
province calling for new standards In
our puhlic life, new Ideals for our constructive thought, und new mediums
for expressing its wlll.
The voice was the louder because it
has been so long Inarticulate, Statesmanship in British Columbia lias beeu
a matter of material things—of ruil-
wuy subsidies, of bonuses, of financial
aid to tliis and that industry. Our
political men were ashamed or afraid
to sound an ethical note. Our most
popular leader Sir Richard McBride
gave no Ideals even for his own party
to follow. lie eliminated from his calculation Hie chlvalrlc instinct which
Napoleon knew so well how to employ,
and his successor has paid the penalty.
The party system in British Columbia
(for there Is no real difference in the
methods of tlie two parties) is built
on a dual system of rewards on one
hand and pains and penalties on Hie
Tbe results on Prohibition strikingly
demonstrate that there was a great
body of latent opinion iu this province
waiting to lie marshalled and consolidated. While politicians were using
patronage actual or prospective, to obtain helpers, tin* prohibitionists were
rich fn some of the best workers In
Hie city und province—busy men aud
women who made extraordinary sacrifices of time to accomplish the result.
The liquor forces would be doubly dls
gusted today If they knew how lltt.lt
money was spent to confound their
prodigal expenditure. Most of these
citizens have not been active in politics. It is to the permanent advantage of the public life of Hits country
thut men became interested in public
affairs, through tiie medium of a great
reform Issue, whom the ordinary party
appeals left cold. This was emphasized by tin* fact that tlie vote for Prohibition in Vancouver was larger thun
that for any candidate,
(Victoria Times)
The people of British Columbia are
done with machine politics. They are
done with a political doctrine which is
the very negation of representative
government. They are done with tin
tyranny of the patronage system,
whicli In its various forms lias brought
this province to the very verge of ruin.
And they have served notice upon tin
exponent, of what Is known as "praiv
ileal politics", the politician who op-
orates on the th -y Hint the elector
either is a purchasable commodity or
may li« Intltnldatod Into line, that lie
aud his Kind are nol wanted. The
lesson of yesterday In not Intended for
one party only It is a elear*rut In-
tlmnllon  to nil  parties.    What took
Peaches,   Plums and  Pears for
Your Preserving
New shipments of B. C. Fruit arriving
weekly.   This is the time to do your
Road laborers ut Nelson want their
pay raised to 40 cents an hour.
Sealed tenders will he received by
thi> .Minister of Lands not later than
noon on Hie 'S2ml day of September,
1D1G, for the purchase of License No.
t>94, to cut 500,000 feet of Western
yellow pine, fir and tamarack, on lot
.1572, Kootenay District.
Mue 10) months will be allowed for
removal of timber.
Further particulars of the Chief Forester. Victoria, 11. C, or District Forester, Cranhrook. B. C.
Wanted Immediately
Sawmill workers, Woodsmen
and all others interested
Tee pi Overseas wilh (lie '.'Iiml Foresters Battalion, ('. E. F. uiul
Lumbering for the Allies
Tills Bnttn. I« rapidly mobilizing at Montreal uml geecs overseas soon
O. C. I.I. (nl. J. II. WHITE,
I. r .It. Laml Ileiit. Iliillillng, Cranbrook
Hen lifting Sergeant*—Isaac Hurch
s ================== n
| Issue of $100,000,000 5'< Bonds Maturing 1st October, 1931. j
Calgary has boen troubled with mls>
chovlous boys breaking windows,
stealing from gardens, etc., in tbe
samo wny as Cranbrook, imel a ri nt
Issue nf tbe Albertan lias tlio following e'llitorlu! on tin1 mutter:
The destruction of property by
boys nf th,1 "gang" iiki' in tlie city
of Calgary muy be- token us u sign
that thero Is u serious lack of training along e'ertuin lines. One cannot
full to notice tbe number of vacant
bouses with broken wlnelows, especially tlue.se bouses situated on the
outskirts of the olty, all of which
point to the fuct thnt us citizens we
huve- fulleel to meet the nee'ils of the
Somo people advocate more, severe
discipline in the honee, nt school nnil
hy civic authorities, but let us hope
that such will not be taken seriously.
A few days ago a Calgary magistrate
sontencod a boy of tender years to no
elnys imprisonment for stealing a
bicyclo: We may not blame tbe, olllcer for so doing, nevorloss it Is a
vory serpens mutter tee Imprison n
child. All bucIi methods ot dealing
with boys simply amount tn nothing
ley wny of Improvemeiiit, und nre
roally harmful. To suppress mlsillr-
octod e'lieTgy by nei'n' negatives Is almost Impossible1, need when It can lee
dono it is dangerous, lionco it should
lee lebullileineil.
There are- ut I, ;■-,! Iwee practicable
The Minister of Finance oITits herewith, on behalf eaf
the Government, the above named Bonds for subscription
at 97}, payable us follows:—
10 per cunt on application;
30     "        "   16th October, 1910;
30     "        "  15th November, 1010;
27} " " 15th December, 11110. •
The total allotment eif ieonels of this issue will lie limited
to oue hundred million dollars exclusive1 of the amounl
(if any) puid for by the' surrender of bonds us tlio equivalent eif cusli under the terms of the War Loan prospectus
of 22nel November, 1915.
The instalments muy be puid in full on lhc Kith day
of October, 1910, ,,r on nny instalmenl due date thereafter,
under discount ut the rute of four per cent per annum.
All payments are to be mado lee a chartered bank for the
credit eif the Minister eef Finance. Failure lo pay any
instalment when duo will render previous payments liabld
to forfeiture uml lhe allotment lo cancellation.
Subscriptions, uccoiiipuiiii'il by u deposit of ten per cent
of ihe amount subscribed, must be forwardod through
lhe medium of a chartered bank, Any brancii in Canaan
of uny cliartorod bunk will receive subscriptions uml issue
provisional receipts.
This loan is authorized under Act of the Parliament of
Canada, imd both principal nml interest will bo II chargo
upon the Consolidated Revenue Fund.
Forms of application muy be obtained from nny branch
in Canada of uny chartered bunk uml ul the ollice eif tiny
Assistant Receiver General in Canada.
Subscriptions must be for even hundreds of dollars.
In case of partial allotments lhe surplus deposit will bo
applied towards payment of tiie amount due eeii the October
Scrip certificates, non-negotiable or payable to bearer in
accordance witli the choice of llie applicant for registered
or bearer bonds, will be issued, after allotment, in exchango
for the provisional receipts.
When the scrip certificates huve been paid in full ami
payment endorseil thereon by Ihe bunk receiving the
money, they may be exchanged for bonds, when prepared,
with coupons attached, payable to bearer or registered us
to principal, or for fully registered bonds, when prepared,
without coupons, in accordance with tlie application.
Delivery of scrip certificates and of bonds will bc made
through the chartered banks.
The issue will be exempt from taxes—including any
income tax—imposed in pursuance of legislation e'liucte'el
by thc Parliament of Canada.
The bonds with coupons will lie issued in denominations
of 8100, $500, $1,000. Fully registered bonds witiiout
coupons will be issued in denominations of SI,000, $5,000
or any authorized multiple of $5,01)0.
Tlm bonds will be paid al maturity ul pur nl lhe office
eef the' Minister of Finance uml Receiver General at Ottawa
or at tl flico of the' Assistant He Ivor (lonornl at Halifax
St. John, Charlottetown, Montreal, Teereiniie. Winnipeg,
Reglna, Calgary, or Victoria,
The inlercsl em the fully rogistorod Ueiuls wilt lie puid
by cheepic, which will be rcmlttod by post, Interest em
bonds with coupons wilt be paid on slirreniler of ootipoiis.
Moth choquos nnd coupons will be payablo free of exchange'
at any branch in Canada eif any chartered bank.
Subject, in tlie payment of twenty-five cents for ench
new bond issued, holtlors of fully registered bonds without
coupons will have tlie right to convert into Ieonels of the
denomination of $l,Ollo with coupons, uml holders eif bonds
witli coupons will hnve the right lo convert into fully
registered bonds of authorized denominations wilhoul
coupons at any time on application Lo the Minister of
The books of the loan will be kept at the Department
of Finance, Ottawa.
Application will be made iu elite course for the lisling eef
thc isstifc on the Montreal anil Toronto Stock Exchanges.
Recognized bond and slock brokers will be allowed u
commission of one-quarter of one per cent on allotments
mude in respect of applications bearing their slump.
provided, however, that no commission will be allowed
in respect of the amount of any allotment paiel for by the
surreneler of bunds issiuul under tlie War Loan prospectus
of 22nd November, 1915. No commission will lie allowed
iu respect of applications on forms which have not been
printed by the King's Printer.
Subscription Lists will close on or before 23rd September, 1916. • g
Dbpah'i'ment oy Finance, Ottawa, September 12th, 1910. sj
How About Your
ild's Eyes
ami tell you just what the condition If. If glasses are nosdedj
that Is our specialty. No need
to Buffer from eyestrain, headache or norvoiiBiioas, Roniom-
ber, our glasses are gunrantood
to aatlafy you Ask ymn* neighbor or your doctor aboul
Kilby Framcy Plcturea.
Mrs. Moth left tbis week for Moose-
juw where her sister is seriously 111.
Q. M. Sergt. Williamson of tbe 225tli
wus a visitor in Cranbrook this week.
Bandsmen Elliott and Parker of the
aiaJGth returned to Camp last Saturday
Miss Aslang Andcrst: d of Wynndel
arrived hero lust week and will spend
the winter In this city.
A shower wan given at the residence
of Mrs. 1-. Clapp un Thursday, Sept.
lllli. in honor of Miss Klsie Park.
Mrs. R J. Harrison returned to the
eity lust Saturday nfter it two month s
visit in New Drunswloke
8     PHONE     8
i lion i: dairy mill ii
KlitiN Kdl.S
Our own make'
I'liriti uml Flavor
Everything In lhe Meal Line Hint
Is lusty nnil appetizing ut
Cranbrook Meat
Diversion and Use
Take notice that Arthur A. Ward
whose address is Cranbrook, B. C„ will
apply for a licence to take aud use
125 acre feet of water out of Pmd-
boinnie Creek, whieh flows westerly
from Moyie Mountain ami drains into
Peavlne Creek about one half mile
from tlle mouth of Poavine Creek. The
water will be diverted from the stream
at u point about twelve hundred feet
south east of the nortli east corner
post of lot 207 ami will be used for
irrigation purpose upon tlie land described as lot 2D7, This notice was
posted on the ground on the llth day
of September. 191C. A copy of this
notice and an application pursuant
thereto and to tlie "Water Act. 1H14"
will be riled In tlie office of the Water
Hecorder at Cranbrook.
Objections to tlte application may be
filed with the said Water Recorder or
with the Comptroller of Water Rights,
Parliament Buildings, Victoria. B. C.
within thirty days after the tlrst appearance   of   this   notice   iu   a   local
A   a. WARD, Applicant.
The date of the tlrst publication of
this notice is September nth, lfliti.
Tlmt craving gnawing desire that
consumes your vor> soul is removed iu
Just three days No had atter effects.
or return of the desire, unless alcohol
is willfully indulged In on the part of
the graduate Writ-- for booklet, Neal
Institute. Cranhrook. B   C.
I ninbriiok Tii\i-|-'riuls|   lm* o- m1
for lhe him I In*. »7*>2I
Pte. Tom Loo, who has been home
on furlough, returned to Vornon camp
last Saturday.
As announced iii .lune lust the Methodist Ladles' Aid will hold tlieir annual
ha/tiur on the afternoon of .Nov. Utli.
Mr. and Mrs. Marapodi and children
returned home from a few days' visit
with friends lu Fernie.
Miss Beryl Cameron left on Monday
for Calgary to undergo treatment for
eye trouble.
Mrs. W. H. Ayers of Klngsgute is
visiting in Crnnbrook and is the guest
of Mrs. J. S. Taylor.
Mr. C. C. Connolly of Lethbridge
was a visitor In the city over election
Store yoiu* valuables in Beale &
Elwell's suftty deposit vault.
Lieut. Harris, Lieut. Richardson nnd
Lieut. Brechin of tlie 225th are now attending school qualifying for captaincies.
Mr. Charles Batson of Rocky Mountain House, Alta., one of the old-timers
of this district, is visiting in Cranbrook.
Special Picture Show Rex Theatre
Tuesday next, matinee 15 and 5 cents.
evening 25 and 15c, auspices of the
I.O.D.E,   Ice cream and candy for sale.
1'tes. E. M. Davis and Bert Murgatroyd returned to Vernon on Saturday
last after spending a month's furlough
In town.
A dance wns held in tlie Maple Hall
on Friday, Sept. 15th, given by the
young people of Crunbrook in honor
of Miss Jessie Kennedy.
Mr. Cecil Holm of the 102nd, Sarcee
Camp, is here on furlough. Mr. Holm
is a brother-in-law of Mrs. Joe Marapodi.
Mr. Miller, accou.itant at tlie Cran-1
hrook bank, is In charge at the Bank
of Commerce here, while Mr. Benuct '-.
is on vacation. —Creston Review.
The Udles* Aid of the Methodist j
Church  will hold a cookery sale   on !
Saturday   afternoon.   Sept   80th,   A
further announcement next week.
The monthly meeting of the W.C.T.r.
will take the form of a parlor social
at tho home of Mrs. H. White on the'
j afternoon of Thursday. Sept. L'Sth at I
; 3.30.   A program will be rendered.
Beale & l.lwcll—Steniuship Agents.   !
Mrs.. Wolf.', a well-known Inhabitant
of Cranbrook and Fort Steele, has requested the Herald to Inform Uie aux-
ious public thut she has left for purtH
| We are carrying u full lint or boots
and shoes.— Craubrook Exchange,
; \nustruug Ave.
I     The Maple Leal Rebekell Lodge will
. liolU  a  meeting  on   Wednesday   20th
Sept. ut S o'clock in the Oddfellow
| Hall.    All  members are requested to
; attend.
A big picture program ut the Rex
Theatre Tuesday next, proceeds in aid
of th" I. (V D. E, he cream aud candy
for sale, Matinee 15c aud Bc, evening
25c and Lfic,
i. O, li. E. gratefully acknowledge
douatlon oi fiu from the !.  A. of B
ol   It    'I'.,  and  $20  trom  the  people of
Kimberley, collected by Mr- Kg.*, and
$l from a friend
Mr A Carney of Kaslo, one of the
old-Mmers <>i th.' district, was au Interested visitor here election day and
spoke .it a Conservative meeting in
MathoBOn'a hall the evening previous.
Tlie September Iruit crop report
just to hand places the creston and
Willow point apple crop at 26,000
boxes, with about 33 per cent .No. 1.
Last year Creston bad an outpu tvery
close to 21,000 boxes,
Safety Doposlt Bo:
Beale ,t ElwoJlb.
to    rent;  nt
easiest fouse-
W* F. D«ll«| Co. ol Cuudt, Lid., Hamilton, Canada
The ministers of the town intend to
make a house to house visitation of
the whole city, with tlie object of ascertaining tin* complete membership of
the churches.
Jim Cameron who has been holidaying at Victoria for a couple of weeks,
is finishing up tlie vacation with a
visit with his parants here before going buck to Cranbrook. -Creston Review.
A Social Service Council has been
organized in connection with the English Church. Its chief work wl): be
the formation of public opinion along
Christian lines.
Millinery opening this Thursday afternoon at Miss McLeod's millinery
parlors, continuing Friday and Saturday. The ladies are invited to cull and
see the new designs in millinery.
Provincial Constable Dunkin of
Wardner is filling tlie position of provincial constable here until a permanent man is appointed to fill the vacancy caused by Constable McGuffie's
Help the i. O. D E. fund Tuesday
next by attending the Rex Theatre,
special show, matinee 15 and 5c, evening 25c and 15c. Ice cream and candy
for sale,
Mr. and Mrs. O, L. Stong left on
Monday this weok for Calgary where
Mr. stong takes a position as traveller.
Mr. Stong has been a valued employee
in McCreery Bros." store for the last
eight years.
Among thoso from this city who
liave joined the Forestry Battalion
and have left during the last few days
are: Bill Jones, Norman Criswold,
Oscar Crawford. Sid Basket, Jack Anderson. Jack White, all old-timers of
the district.
Mr. ii C. McQuffie has resigned his
position here as provincial constable
I and lefl this week for the Coast where
ho intends to enlist for overseas ser
vice. Mrs. McQuffie has also left th
Mr. and Mrs. van Braam returned to
the city this week from Medicine Hat
where they have lieen residing for the
last few months. Mr. van Braam will
resume Ms position here as accountant wttti the C. P, R
The annual meeting of the St. John
; Ambulance Association was held at the
V M i'. A on Tuesday evening. A
full report of the work during tlie
past year and the election of officers
lor the coining year will he published.
We ure carrying u full line of boots
and shoes. Cranbrook Exchange,
Armstrong Avo.
Mr w ii. Oreaves returned last
wei'k from Spokane wliere Miss Delia
Greaves commenced another term Ia
the Holy Names Academy. Mr (.reaves'
son Jhnnite Is also in Spokane Undergoing medical treatment.
The ladies of Craubrook and district are cordially Invited tn attend
Miss McLeod's Millinery Opening,
commencing this Thursday afternoon
and continuing Friday and Saturday.
The very newest styles and models In
full and winter hats will be on display.
j Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Herron left Frl-
|day for North Port, Wash., whore Mr.
Herron is opening up a new cafe. Tho
L. D. hore hns been aold to Mr. Walter
Walters wbo has boon fn possession
.for some time.
Tho 1. O. D. E. nro putting on a
special picture show nt the Rox Theatre on Tuesday next, with matinoo In
lite afternoon aud evening show as
usual. Proceeds will go to the I.O.D.E.
Evening 25 and 15 cents, afternoon 15
and 5 cents.   Ice cream and candy for
sale during lhe show.
Th» plant Jam gift organized by the
Provlnclul Chapter Daughters of tho
Kmpire, request donations. Tins
hand, und ladies can cull or send to
Red Cross Sewing Rooms Mondays,
; Tuesdays, Thursdays and Frldnys from
Ml to (1 p.m. .Trim wilt be called for
October toil).
The annual Harvest Festival Thanksgiving services will be held in the S.
A. Hall on Sunday, Sept. 22th, at 3.30
and S p.m. On Monday, Sept, 25ili at
S p.m. there will hv a sale of gomls.
These services will be conducted by
Ensign W Kerr, a former ofllcer of
'.'ranbrook. A cordial invitation is extended tu :*H
Beale & Elwell have been instructed to sell a large modern residence—
4 bedrooms, furnace, bathroom, and
all modern conveniences; large lot,
situated in the best residential locality; property cost $4000. sale price
$2000. Apply to Beale ti Elwell for full
Mi^> Gladys Attree is organising
dancing classes in cranhrook to bo
held olternati W< dnesdays ami Mondays commencing Wednesday, Octoher
isth. There will be classes lor both
adults aud children in ballroom and
fumy dancing. For further particulars
*Tit<   }•  O. Box :;o4. Nelson. B. C,
a letter was received last week
by Mr Man McDonald ot tiie Wentworth Hotel from Harry Ferguson who
enlisted a fow mouths ago, Harry is
now iu the trenches In Franco along
with the other hoys from here who
joined with him. Thej were sent over
as reinforcements and lost no time in
getting into action.
Kilby repairs
umbrellas and sun-
Sergt. Brown of the 225th is lu the
Ity after new recruits and would like
to get in touch with any who desire
;erve their king and country. Sergt.
Brown says that tlie 225th lias a staff
of very competent instructors sent
ovor from Kngland and the front, who
are drilling the hoys for actual trench
warfare, lie also nays tlie Cranbrook
boys headed the list in the school of
Tlie 107th meets now at the Fink
Furniture Store near the Kdison, ou
Monday evening at S o'clock. Sergt.
Brown, who will be in Cranhrook for
a month, will take charge of the drill.
A largo turn-out is desirable. To
save conscription let every man Intor-
9ted in the cause of human freedom
rally around  the flag.    Don't be   a
ilacker or shirker, "shoulder to shoulder" is the slttgon.—CONTRIBUTED.
Tho latest in millinery designs at
Miss McLeod's millinery show rooms.
Opening Thursday afternoon and continuing Friday and Saturday. A cordial Invitation is extended to the ladies
to call.
Miss Gladys Attree was la tho city
the first of this woek completing arrangements for dancing classes. Miss
Attreo will teach dancing in tho King
Edward  School, and  will also hold
lasses for children and ndults for
both ballroom and fancy dancing. Miss
Attree lias been touching dancing In
Nelson witli much success tho last
two years, anil this year is organizing
lusses in addition in Cranbrook, Fernie, Maeleod and Lethbridge, and Is
meeting with gratifying success In tho
number of pupils enrolled to date.
Spencer—In ('ranbrook on tho llth of
September, at tho Cottage Hospital,
to Mr. and Mrs. W. Spencer of Yalik,
a son.
KLGEE~On Sept loth, 1816, to Mr.
and Mrs. K. P. Elgee. a daughter.
Fernie milkmen insist tliat if the
council requires dairy inspection in
that city that no milk coming from
Alberta be allowed sold without similar rigid  inspection.
about your digestive
troubles, sick headache,
tired feeling or constipation.
The depression that induces
worry is probably due to a
disordered liver, anyway.
Correct stomach ailments
at once by promptly taking
They aid digestion, regulate
the bile, gently stimulate
the liver, purity the blood
and clear the bowels of all
waste matter. Safe, sure,
speedy. Acting both as a
gentle laxative and a tonic,
Beecham's Pills help to
Right The
Unl S.I. of AwMjiUto. <•*. Worfi
2c per word fur first week, anil lc per
word for cae-li week after.
Hill H.tl.K   line' Kl li.l k~ln,' und
boiler.—J. ll. Hayes, Pt. Steolo.  :!s-;tt*
FOR SAIet:    lieeeeel COWS, apply Mm.
Cadwallader, Cranbrook. 38-8t
to KKNT (inw -Furnished house
with piano, newly painted and panoroil,
careful tenant neely.   Apply phono 74
I'lKie  feer Hiilf   BOVOn   we'eteee eelel.-
Kre.el I'leirle. Wyelltfev .8-2t
Friday, Sept. 22
Dorothy LaVern, William Sauter and a capable cast in
Prices $1.00, 75c, 50c, Children 25c
Seats on Sale at Beatty-llurphy Drug Store.
"Please send
me some
is the kind the boys all like.
It's sealed in a wax-wrapper.
Air, moisture and dirt can't
harm it.
The chap with some Wrigley's
to pass around is 'cock of the
It's so refreshing and thirst-
quenching. Send some of both
The   boys   like \___m^> after
smoking   and   JtfjRlGUEY*   after
eating. ^ r
Wrigley'a Ltd.,
Wrigley BIdg., Toronto,
for free copy of qunent MOTHER
GOOSE book.
Two more contributions to tho Belgian Relief Fund aro lee lieenel this
week, bringing Ui" f«nel up to almost
jsoo.oi). There is still need for much
more money and Hi" fund will lee' kept
open Indefinitely All contributions
Kent to thc Herald or lee Mm. Klim
will lee. acknowledged through tha
Provlously acknowledged Jtht.s.'i; ee
frle'llll   fl Ml.    II    rrkllll     110,01     teetiel
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
eel' Cumuli!. Limited
OIHoe, smelting »i"l Refining Department
S M E L T E 11 S   AN I)   it V. FI N E It S
Purchtaeri of Gold. Silver. Ceiimed and Lend Ores
THURSDAY, SEPT 21st, 1916.
Barristers, Etc.
VV. F. Gurd G. .1. Spre'eell
Barrister, Solicitor anil
P. O. Box SW
Physicians nail Surgeons
Ollice ut residence Armstrong
Forenoons    900 l" 10n"
Afternoons = 00 to   4.00
Evenings  7.30 to   8.30
KlllielavM    2.30 lo    4 30
I. O. O. F.
Meeta   every
*tf»i»>-l    MonJ'ay a[*ht
^\\y$mt    at Fraternity
ojourning   Oddfellows
S. Fyles-,
N. a.
Crunbrook, It. ('.
Meets every Tuesday at s p.m. In
tin.' Fraternity Hall
]{. C. Carr, C. C.
P. du Vera Hunt, IC H. & s.
P, o. Box 6811
Visiting brethren cordially ln*<
vltetl to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. James Roberts who
have lived in Moyie for tlie pust twelve
years left last week for Eholt to
make tlieir home. Mr. Roberts is employed at the Emma Mine.
Mrs. and Miss Conrad were Cranbrook  visitors  the  flrat  part  of this
Mrs, Charles  Uvesley of Wallace
Idaho wns a Moyie visitor tills week.
Messrs. Lindsay and Taylor of Kim-
rlev spent the first part of the week
Wm. Bremnor of Kootenay Hotel Is
ill in st. Kugene hospital. Cranbrook,
lis. James Whitehead is In Crnnhrook with her sou Joe who Is ill in
Mrs. Bent's hospital.
John McTavish of Hull Hiver wus u
business visitor hero last week.
Office tu Hanson Hlock
9 to 12 a m.
1 to   G p.m.
Maternity uml General Nursing
Garden Ave.
Terms on Application
MRS. A. SALMON, Matron
Phono 21)9 P. O. Box 845
Phone 846 P. O. Box 685
Funeral Director and Embolmor
Undertaking Parlors
Fenwick Ave, near Baker St.
Meets in Maple Hall second
Tuesday of every month at 8
p. m.
open   to   British
members   cordially
13. Y. Brake,        J. F, Lower,
President. Secretary
.       ~v, Meets In the
^yMj,   V&Q Maple    Hall
UH      Jli*    art*. flrst     TuoH(jay
afternoon of
every montii
at II p.m.
Pres., Mrs. W.
B.   McFarlane.
Secy, Mrs. John Shaw, P. O. Box 4-ii.
All ladies cordially Invited.
Horn. Ou Sept 7th at the St. Eugom
Hospital to Mr, and Mrs. Geo. llnwke.
ll sou.
K.A.lllll J.P. and family of Cran
brook, A.D.McColl representing Clark
Stewart aud Co, Vancouver, and K.A,
Rice of the Amorst Shoe Co, N.S
motored iu on Saturday.
I'uul Handley und family of the
Central Hotel, motored to Oranbrook
on Thursday taking tn tlie fair.
Mrs. L.K.Herchmer aud Mrs. A.Q.
James returned from Cranbrook on
James FergtlBOn of Coeur D'Alen
Is visiting with Ids old college chum
Peter Hill.
Mr.and Mrs. A.J.James and Peter
IHU were visitors to thu Craubrook
Fall Fair.
Alex McDormld received thia week
sad news of the death of his mother
at Olds, Alta, Mr. McDermld left at
once for that City to he present at the
Civil and Mining Engineers
B. C. Land Surveyors
Day Phone 288, Night Plione 3,'*
Norbnry Ave, next to City Hall
Phone 105 P- O. Box 33
Organist Methodist Church
Receives Pupils for
Organ, Pianoforte, Voice
Studio: 23 Norbury Ave.
Forwarding  and  Distributing
Agent for
Lethbridge Coal
XJ-Ito Powder
Imperial Oil Co.
Drnylng and Transferring
Given prompt attention
Phone till
The Shoe Specialist
SalNfuclion Guaranteed
Headquarters for all kinds of
Ladles and Gentlemen's Hats
Cleaned and Blocked
Phono 204
Hold. Frame, Prop.
Frosll Itrcad, Cakes, Pies
nnd Pastry
Phono 37
Norbury Ave.      Opp. City Hall
Miss N. and Mr. Kd Handley visited
Crunbrook on Tuesday to attend tin*
marriage of Mr. W. Lindsay and Miss
Jessie Kennedy.
. rovinclal Holler Inspector Sutherland passed through the city on Tuesday en route for Kimberley.
District Forester H. B. Murray, Mrs.
Murray and Mr. Kelly, chief scaler,
passed through on Tuesday for the
Skookumchuck country on official business.
Mrs. \V. Meachen of St. Mary's Lake
Is spending a few days this week at
the Central Hotel, the guest of Mrs.
A case of vagrancy was tried before
N. W, Burdett, J. P., on Monday at the
local police court, a fine of $i> and
costs being Imposed, Constable Ship-
man proved the case.
Born—On Sept. 18th at Sunnybank
Ranch to Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Awmack
a adughter. Nurse dor den, late of
Mrs. Hill's Private Hospital. Wlnni
peg, now residing with Mrs. Alves, is
staying with Mrs. Awmack during li
I). Burton has been putting up hay on
his ranch und lias u splendid crop
Haying is all done now on the ranclie
There has been quite a rush of miners doing asaesment work. Mr. Carr
took up another load of men Saturday
They are rushing tlie work us fast as
D, Mackintosh made a trip Sunday to
the Verconda group where he has men
ut work doing development work,
Mr. Mailor of Marysvlle drove to
Perry Creek on Tuesduy.
Mr. Wussen of Tobacco Plains roil
up to the Seott und Wassen claims
Wednesday. Mr. Wussen is one of the
Pernio soldier hoys.
The work on the Pot Hole has been
dolnyed again on account of the pump
breaking. Work will be resumed again
tho first of October.
Evan Day, who has been spending
his holidays at Perry Creek, has returned to Kallspell, to resume his
school work.
Mr. Howard, who has been hauling
for the Homesteak Mining Co., went to
Cruubrook on Wednesday.
H, Miller went up to tlie Homesteak
Mine after a load of voters Wednesday
Mr. Dove, inspector of schools, paid
his ollicial visit Monday 15tli.
Mr. r. l. T. Oalbraith, secretary of
the school board, visited the school
on tlio 18th.
Constable Walsh paid a visit to
Cranbrook on the 18th and 19th.
Mrs. J. Crowe and family have moved to Wasa for the present, where her
sons are working.
A very unique affair wus held at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Nlcol, Friday llitli in the form of a corn roast.
Tlte scenes of action were two large
tepees in which the guests rousted
their corn. The gulden and trees were
illumined hy Japanese lanterns aud
together with the moonlight this mnde
harming picture, Those from out
of town were; Mr. and Mrs. Hush, Miss
Turnbull, Wasa; Mr. Shin. Hull River;
Miss M. Bailey Wycliffe; Mr. Williamson, a most enjoyable time was hail
by all aud the supper served of
chicken   and   salads   deserves   special
Wntch this column Tor furl her notice concerning a Red Cross danco In
the near future and a patriotic society
dance for Hallowe'on.
Mrs. J. Watson ami sons returned
Tuesday from Lloydminster where
they httVo spent .several months visll-
lug Mrs. Watson's brother.
Mr. Chlsholm aud sons drove to
Cranhrook on Thursday last.
Fort Steele was very busy at election time, many people living In the
vicinity coining into town to vote.
The children of Division 1 arranged
a merry surprise partv last Friday in
honor of their teacher. Miss Stella
Mason. Games were played and refreshments served, and both children
and teacher state they bad a "lovely
Private Tom Chisholm of the 225th
left lust Thursday i'or Vernon. All
were glad to see him during his
montlis' leave, which he spent at his
home here.
Sunduy visitors were: Mr. Hrown of
Tu Ta Creek; Mr. aud Mrs. Bush,
Mr, Bryco, Mr. Quartley, Wasu.
Mrs. G. Baker Is spending a week
at Bull River.
Mrs. F. Blnmore, the Misses Fenwick
and Mr. A. Fenwick visited Cranbrook
Mr, Norman McLeod and nephew are
guests of Mr. Alex, McLeod at his
mine near Fish Lakes.
Baron Slninghnessy nnd party of
Montreal spent a few hours on business in Fort Steele last week.
A jolly corn-roasting party was
given last Wednesday by Mrs. A Nlcols
in honor of her sister, Mrs. Usher, who
is her guest.
Solln Dunlop has written that he
has safely arrived at the front wltli
tiie 120nd aud 54th.
Miss Pltchford bas written of her
safe arrival in Kngland and of the enjoyable trip across.
We regret to hear thnt Mrs. J. Tannhauser has beeu forced to go to the
Cranbrook Hospital for treatment, on
account of a very sore foot.
The Latest Styles for Fall
and Winter
Our Ladies' Ready-to-wear Department is
bubbling over with the most beautiful Dresses,
Suits, Coats, Skirts, Blouses, Sweaters, etc.
You will be much surprized at the quality of
materials used in all our wearables, notwithstanding the fact that they are hard to get.
Your Money Back
If Goods are not us
Spokane, Washington
This leejusej lias thee
happy distinction of belies tlio favorite stopping place In Spokane
for tho people of BrltlBh
Columbia Wc appreciate
tills patronage uml do
everything In onr power
to make! you comfortable.
Our location Is excollenl
close to droal Northorn Station
iiiiiI il. V.'. it >■■ N, Milwaukee
terminal, nnd within a minute's
walk trom the principal business
hoiiHeis and places nf nmtteemont,
HOO    HIi'IIIIIhIiIiI    Illl     Iteee','
giitatlug Till ior Women. f,"> it boi or Uireofur
'in. Bold at iill I'm.- Stores, or mulled to nny
utdrwon receipt ol |,rU*o.  Tin sumku. muu
Co , "*t. I ii!liitnin'ii, Uiitiirlti. __
VH-illty: fur S.rvo mut Until; Ihcwmbi "Ht*j
. matter':n Tonic -will build yon up. ts n boi, or
I two (nr U, nt Unit* mon*. or by mall on receipt
o'l'Hi'i*    'lm, -aii'A ..:. I'ui'u Co , St. <-»«u*,rlnei,
(lie reserve existing on cerium Inuds
iu the vicinity nf Luke Creek, Crun-
brook District, surveyed uh Lot 0029,
Kootenay District, by reason of a notice which appeared iu tin Brltlsii
( olumbia Onzettc ou the 27th of Dec-
ntnbor, 1907, Is cancelled, uml that -ill
vacant Crown lauds within the boundaries of said lot wilt he open to pre
omptton entry on Monday, the nth day
nf November, nm;, at the hour of nine
o'clock In the forenoon.
Applications for entry will he re
eolved nt the ofllco of the Government
Agent, ai. Crnnbrook, und must lie confined to an ana   not   exceeding   Kill
ll,   ,V   KFN'WICK,
Deputy Minister of Lands
Lands Hftfit , Victoria, ll 0,
lit) Boplcinbor, IOR BO-lOt,
Ben Palmer, mine host of the Krag
Hotel, D, S. Currie und Hill Bernard,
the well known Conductor of Jim
Hill's Casey Jones, left on Mondny for
n week's hunting around Gold Creek,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ross were visitors to .(affray on Sunday hist.
Mr. T. II. Anderson and wife, accompanied hy MIbs Bessie Turner und Mrs.
C. B. Kline, were sight seeing in Klko
on Sunday.
Mr. P. C. Lawe und wife and H,
Johnson uud wife of Fernie were In
Waldo on a pleasure trip on Monday.
II. It. Hoss left this week ou a bind
noss trip to various prairie points.
Mr. uml Mrs. Gorman of Elko spent
Sunduy visiting .Mrs. A. Dryden.
Although the woods here have heen
pretty well scoured ever since tho
hunting season opened hy countless
numbers, only three deer so far havi
boon accounted for. Our visions of
nice tender venison steak are slowly
beginning to vanish.
Election day iu Waldo was lull of
all kinds of excitement; tn fuct It
very much resembled a barber's pic
nic. However, now that It Is all ove
we huve settled dowu to the sliuph
life uml to forget party politics for
the next four yours.
Mrs. W. A. Totten und Miss Edna
Ilottercll have returned lo their home
In Moose Jaw, nfter having spent several weeks the guests of Mrs. A. M.
Chlntu Singh, a Hindoo appeared before, Mr. A. J. Joule, J. P., at the
Waldo Police Court charged with being drunk and disorderly, and was
fined $20 nnd costs or two months
hard labor. He paid the fine. Anyone who had seen this ease would
huve had no hesitation In voting for
Jack Hart, Provincial Government
Cruiser, took a gang of men into the
Yahk country to cut trails.
(loo. A. Mclntyre of Vancouver was
a business visitor In Waldo this woek.
Paddy Mclntyre, Waldo's only representative of the Emerald Isle was noticed taking an automobile ride on
lection duy. This wns Paddy's first
auto ride, and according to reports he
ure enjoyed It. Paddy says*, thim
motorhlles are folne things.
Pies Hurry and Tom Parker, members of the 325tli Ilutt.. returned to
Vernon lust week end lo rejoin their
regiment after spending several weeks
fiirhmuli In town.
M n, Price, It. Jones and Francis
llrlndhy, all of Ferule, were visitors
lown tills week
Tho second annual fair at Wasa
wus held on September 8th lust und
was a great success in every particular. There was a gratifying attendance, and everyone thoroughly enjoyed themselves. There was a good
program of sports. Including horse
ruces, hoys and girls races, mens races
ladies race, tug of war, ete. A Well attended dance wus held In the evening
In tho hotel. Following is the prize
Horses—Stallion, any breed 1st H.
W. Harr, 2nd Yahk Lbr. Co.; mare, any
breed, Yahk Lumber Co., G. Hannant;
driving team, driven by owner, C. Stevens, Cameron; rancher's team, drlv
en by owner, IT. W. Harr, A. .1. Miller
saddle horse suitable for military pur
poses C. Stevens, S. Maker; mare und
foal. H \V Harr, G. Hannant; girls and
boys' saddle horse. Miss Lum, Miss
Cattle—Bull, any age. Unionist Investment Co., II. W. Harr; beef animal
any age, II. W. Harr, Unionist Investment Co.; dairy cow, A. J. Miller, Unionist Investment Co.; calf 1910, II W.
Harr, A. J. Miller; heifer under three
years, H. W. Harr, A. J. Miller.
Poultry—Rooster, any breed, A. J.
Miller, Mrs. Hannant; pair hens, any
breed. Mrs. Hunnant, Mrs. Harr.
Dairy, Fodder, Produce--Sheaf dairy
foihler, A. J. Miller, G. Hannant; crock
butter. A. J. Miller; butter in prints,
Mrs. Cameron, Mrs. Hannant,
Agricultural Products — Wheat in
stalk or threshed, H. W. Harr, G. Hannant; oats In stalk or threshed, 11. W.
Durr. A. J. Miller: barley. II. W. Harr.
A. Miller; rye, H, W. Hurr, (1. Hannant
Vegetables — Cucumbers. Unionist
Investment Co., W. S. Cameron; cabbages, W. S. Hush. A, J. Miller; potutoes, A. J. Miller, Wl S. Hush; turnips,
J. Wnlmsley, W. S. Hush; beets, Unionist Investment Co., W. S. Cameron;
carrots, H W. Hurr, J. Wnlmsley; parsnips. G. Hannant, W. S. Hush; onions
A. J. Miller, W. S. Hush; tomatoes. W.
S. Hush. W. s Cameron; collection of
vegetables. W S. Hush, Unionist Investment Co.
Flowers--bunch table flowers. Mrs.
Hush, Miss Mary Hush.
Fruit—Euting apples, A. .1. Miller. P.
Wendfeldl; cooking apples, A. J. Miller, P. Wemlfeldt; cr»h apples, A. J.
Miller,!1. Weiidfeldt; collection or apples, A.J. Miller, P. Wendfeldl.
Bakery—Broad, Mrs. Hannant, Mrs
Harr; plain cake, Mrs. Harr, Mrs, Miller; fancy cake, Mrs. Miller, Mrs.
Fancy Work Miss It. Mather, Mrs
W. II. Wilson, the Optician, has a
very Interesting display In his wofll
show window, which Is the very newest thing on the market in thi* simp')
of Eye Glass and spectacle mountings,
It Is known ns the KeeLoek, and the
Imsinufuoturers absolutely guarantee
that it will entirely eliminate wobbly
The KeeLoek Is a very simple mounting and consists of a slot eut in the
lense, and the mounting is inserted into the slot witb a very powerful cement. There Is nothing to work loose,
thero is no possibility of the lenses
getting out of line, which is often a
source of constant Irritation to eyeglass wearers nud a frequent cause of
Impaired vision—there is never need
for retlghtenlng. lu fact everything
from the standpoint of the eyeglass
wearer—strength, .style und safety —
has been considered In lhe KeeLoek,
Mr. Wilson hus installed tlie necessary machinery and carries n complete
stock In both eyeglass and spectacle
A very pretty wedding took place ut
the residence of Mrs. E. Park, Durlck
Ave., on Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock when her daughter, Miss Elsie,
was united in marriage to Mr. James
Lloyd Crowe. The house was very
prettily decorated with cut flowers and
ferns.   The bride came in on tho arm
Mr.  W.  C.  Adlard.  to  the  strains >oldlers by their personal friends. W,
Mendelssohn's "Wedding March", I will willingly uml gladly take charg.
The following letter has been received by the St. John Ambulance Association from the Canadian Field
Comforts Commission:
"It Is to be expected that Xmas gifts
will be sent to many units from their
rendered by Mrs. Ira Manning.   Miss | °« *»•*■ -toward thews gifts or attend to
Tena Park, sister of the bride, acted
as bridesmaid, while the groom was
supported hy Mr. Edgar Davis. Following the ceremony it dainty breakfast wns served, the table being beautifully decorated. Thoro was a magnificent display of presents of all descriptions, cut glass being very much
In evidence, testifying to the high
esteem in which tho young couple are
held by their large circle of friends.
The gift of the groom to tho bridesmaid was a cameo ring, and his gift
to the groomsman wus n stick pin set
With rubies and pearls. The groom
also presented Mrs. Manning with a
broach set with pearls.
The young couple left on the noon
train for Trail. B. ('., where Mr. Crowe
is in business with the firm of Crowe
Bros. & McLeod, grocers. The bride
was dressed in a navy blue suit with
fur trimmings with hat of white plush
trimmed with pink velvet, and carried
a boquet of white roses nnd maiden
hair fern. The bridesmaid was dressed In a navy blue velvet suit with
pink plush hut, trimmed witli pink
roses and forget-me-nots, and carried
a boquet of white roses and maidenhair-fern.
A pretty wedding took place on
Tuesday, Sept. lDtli at 11 o'clock, ut
tho home of Mr. und Mrs. Geo. Kennedy, when their daughter Jessie wus
united in marriage to Mr. William
Lindsay. The Hev. W. K. Thompson
officiated. The bride was given uway
by her father while Miss Edith Caslake acted as bridesmaid and Jack
Martin as groomsman. Presents received by the bride and groom were
numerous nnd beautiful. The gift of
tho groom to the bride was a beautiful "Sunburst Pendant", to otho brldcB-
muld a pour sunburost und to the
groomsman a pearl stick pin. After the
ceremony a dainty breakfast wus served, ut which a host of friends from
Cranhrook, Kimberley, Calgary and
Marysville were present. After the
breakfast the couple drove to the stu-
llou with the usual accompaniment
of llu cans und old hoots, which also
loft Crunbrook with them, tied to the
train. The honeymoon trip will I licit! do Spokane, Seattle and Portland.
Ou their return Mr. uud Mrs. Lindsay
will lake up their residence nt Kimberley, where Mr. Lindsay Is employed us an engineer at the Sullivan Mill)
The bride was dressed fn navy bin
suit with fur trimming und dark pie
ture hat and carried a boquet of whit
carnations. The bridesmaid wore
green suit and carried a boquet of pink
carnations. Among the outside guests
were Mr. und Mrs. Alex. Tnylor of
Six Mile Creek, B. C, Mrs. C. C. Snowdon. Calgary; Miss Hunley, Marysville,
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Gamble, Mr. and
Mrs. P. Edge, Mr. and Mrs. H, McKenzie, Mrs. Thos Evans, of Kimberley; Mr. aud Mrs. Hugh Taylor, Waso.
The happy couple received many messages of congratulations from outside
Coal mining right?, or the Dominion, in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and
Alberta, tho Yukon Territory, the
North-West Territories nnd in a por-
uonie towns uud to many individual j tion of the Province of British Columbia, mny bo leased for a term of
twenty-one yea's at au annual rental
of fl nn acre Xo more than 2,500
will be leased to one applicant.
Application for a lease must be
mnde by the applicant in person to
tho Agent or Sub-Agent of tho district iu whieh the rights applied for
aro situated.
ln surveyed territory the lund must
tbe purchase and despatch of special
gifts for Whicli money is sent. Hut we
wish lu addition to scud oue little gift
to every man at tho front so that no
ono may  lack a  Christmas  greeting.      ___  m
It must be remembered that some un-|b? described by sections, of iogal sub-
its are drawn from all over Canada
aud rarely receive comforts from home
as do those that belong to one place;
also the battalions that are broken up
here are drafted Into so many and various units at tlie front that it is Impossible to send to them ns u whole.
Only a general distribution will ensure
that i.o one Is overlooked.
"Wo ure nsking for $10,000 for this
purpose, ns we shall require ut least
100,000 parcels.   We shall send what-
dlvislons of sections, nud In unsurvey-
od territory tho tract applied for shall
be staked out by the nppllcunt himself.
Each application must be accompanied hy a fee of 55 which will be
refunded If the rights applied for are
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shull be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the rate
of five cents per ton.
The person operating tho mine
shall furnish the Agent with sworn
returns accounting for the full quantity of merchantable coal mined and
pay the royalty thereon. If the coal
mining rights ure not being opernted
ever wo can buy to best advantage; j such returns should bo furnished at
a handkerchief, some good chocolate
or cigarettes, a Christmas card, etc.
Our kind friends in Folkestone will a-
gain undertake to make up the parcels
one for each soldier. Tho purchase,
tho packing uud the transportation nll
take time and it Is necessary that the
money shull be in our hands early iu
Lust year the Association endeavored to send a parcel to each man who
hud gone from hore, hut this year, on
account of the men moving around so
much It will be impossible but they
hnve decided to respond to tbo appeal
In the above letter by sending all the
socks they can obtain by the middle
ot October, also some. Money. With
this object in view a "Thanksgiving"
Tea will he held on Saturdny aftor-
nooii. October Tth aud n "Sock Day"
will be held ut the snme time und place
further particulars to be given later.
Anyone wishing to contribute money
may send snme to the Secretary Treasurer and It will be acknowledged
through the columns of the "Herald."
least once a ye
The lease will include the coal
mining rights only, but the lesee
mny bo permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be
considered necessary for tho worklnng
of the mine ut the rate of $10.00 nn
For full Information application
should bo made to the Secretary of
tho Department of tlie Interior, Ottawa, or to nny Agent or Sub-Agent
of Dominion Lands.
Deputy Minister of Ihe Interior.
N. B.—Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement wlll not be paid
Mrs. J. BJ, Livingstone and family desire to express their heartfelt thanks
to their friends and neighbors ror the
kindly expressions of sympathy und
assistance rendered to them during
their recent bereavement, nnd also for
lho many beautiful floral tokens.
Material purchased by com ml Uoo
146.57,   Mrs. McHrhh*, convenor, and
Mrs. MacKinnon,
Mondny Convenor, Mrs. J. F, Smith,
Indies sewing Mesdamos Grace, Yoe-
lnnd, King, Brake, Kay, Kyckman, ]
Itninsey, Smith, Horsey, Cooper Miss'
Higglns. Work finished I surgical j
shirts, 2 day shirts, :t suits pyjamas, 8 <
helpless shirts, 15 hot water covers.
Thursduy Mrs. F. It. Miles, noting!
convenor; Indies sewing Mrs. Miles, i
Mrs. J. Pulnier. Work finished 1 day
shirt, 4 wuter bag covers, I suit py- J
Friday—Mrs. Scott. MacDonald, convenor; Indies sewing—Mesdames Harney, J. MacDonald, Curtoos, Lonmon,
Parks, Tisdale, G. Taylor, Henderson,
K. Simpson. Work finished—10 suits
pyjamas; 24 helpless shirts, 3 day
shirts, 1 doz. eye puds, 1 bottle cover.
Report cutting of committee— Mrs.
Miles, convenor; Mrs. Bliss, fl helpless
shirts, Mrs. Miles 17 suits pyjamas, 0
helpless shirts.
Goods packed (853 pieces)—75 prs.
socks, 25 hot wnter bag covers, IB
towels, 20 buck towels, IB knee bandages, 37 eye caps, 120 triangular bandages, 1 package old linen, 30 night
shirts, 5 helpless shirts; 5 suits pyjamas, 6 day shirts.
Scaled lenders will be received by
the Minister of Lands not Inter than
noon ou the llth day nf Octoher, 1010,
for the purchaBO of License No. 703,
to cut 10,000,000 feet, of Douglas Flr,
Cedar, Lurch, Yellow Pine, Whlto Pine,
Cottonwood and Hviid nnd Down Timber; nlso  14,000 Cedar  PolOS uml Sti,-
000 Hallway Ties, covering that portion of Lot  L'Tl.  Kootenay  District,
situated south of the rjoul RIVW.
Two years will be allowed for removal of timber.
Further particulars of tha Chief Forester, It. C., or District Forester,
Crnnhrook,  11   c. 34-Ht.
Pastor   itev. Thus. Koyworth
OrganlBl   Prof Chas f Nltltl
Set-vices at II n.m. and 7.80 pin.
Sahhalh School at 3 p ,111,
The pastor will prench ut both ser-
lees.   Rvoryhody welcome.
In 50 years Lord Klutcheiier Is the
only Hritish War Seecretury who has
died In office. As a mutter of fuct.lt
Is a tribute to the vitality of British
Cabinet Ministers generally that it |e
exceedingly rare for one of thorn to
die while In office, sir II. Cnmbcl-
Hnnncnnnn resigned Just before his
deuth, thougli the Interval wus less
thun 3 weeks. Pnlmerntou wns the only
Premier In muny years to die actually
hi office. Clarendon was foreign Secretary when he died in 1870, I-ord
Frederick Cavendish, though not In
the Cablnet.wus Chief Secretary for
Ireland when ho was murdered.
Cumpbel wns Lord Chancellor at the
Socks knitted-Mrs. Manning 1 pair, I time of his sudden death, but no Lord
Mrs. J. S. Brake 1 pr, Mrs. phllllna 2 (Chancellor since that time has died ln
pr., Mrs. Miles, 3 pr., Mrs. Tisdale 1
pr., Miss McMillan 1 pr., Mrs Stendor
2 pr, Mrs. Maslo 2 pr., Mrs. (1. Thompson 2 pr.
office. At prosent there ure living
five ex-War SocreetarloB —Lord Lans-
downe, Lord Mldletou, Lord Ilaldano
Oeneral Scely and Mr. Asipilth.


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