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UK l'.n IIOMZKHTllK UKKALD
THE CRANBROOK HERA" J)
VOLC1IE 23
CRANHROOK, B.C, THURSDAY, DEC. Mth* 1921
I'EH   ton   THE   IIO-HE -
I.1TKKEST*.   OF   CIIAH.
»   .0BBM08I   ALWAM
NUMBER 44
Agriculture In
The Windermere
Varied Activities Now on Foot
Sooiiis Likely io Stimulate
Fnrmiug Activity
lS|u-.*i:il !o The Horald)
Invermere, lit'-, Dec, -I    Agriculture In this   vicinity   and in    fact
throughout the whole of the northern
lart ot l'*n4   Kootonuy of which thla
|n Uio centro Booms to bo taking on
ii new lejti f life.   This has boon
stimulated bj tlie appointment ot lie
District Agriculturist, .Mr. Hay, 'of
Oranbrook, aud lie motion recently
[■a* ed at a union n. eilng of ngl IcUl-
lurlats In that city asking for the
esl:.l.'l liiii-n'. nf ii modal dairy ou
liie Dominion Qoveromotit Experlmon-
tal
In
The   l'.>..iih   Qrowoi'S     Association
was greatly encouraged by a recen;
visit paid Hie members by Mr. The.
the 1'ro.ineinl Government's specialist on tho growth of potatoes, whc
came iu accompanied by Mr- Hay. Together they held a joint meeting at
whieh the results of tiio association's
efforts ol' the year Just closed were
reviewed ami an outline made of what
>Mio*..ld h._ done for (lie fu ure. As yel.
there i.; a comparatively virgin field
in here in the matter of growing of
conit'ioil potatoes, but. from :':he quantity of the tuber grown and tiio comparative freedom of 'the district from
disease it looks ks though this would
now develop into one of tlie leading
agricultural industries. Tho ground
seems to ho especially adapted for the
production of large crops of first
class potatoes, and all tiiat is required
fs to get o start with the right character of seed and then co-oporate to
grow tlie plant to advan age and have
the tubers themselves duly clarified.
This is all being token to heart and
every step in 'he way of carrying
through of the ideas whicli Hr. Tice
inculcated is b?.ng carefully followed.
Thon thero is tho dairying question.
Tho air Is full of the certainty of a
dairy or creamery being established
either here or up Golden way to look
after the output, of the ever Increasing
standard herds of milk cows which
are being e?tabllshed. About: here
there aro pf the Holsteln typo while
up  toward-/ Golden  way  untie*.- the
irfrlt.  t.r.vt .Mi., V-*nvl V-WttWi ..fi. e  i.ji*i-i*
ell i; ls tho Ayshtre breed which is
being fostered. It makes no difference In the a^gretn'o but the feeling
Is growing tlmt the esft-tbllshment of a
model dairy or n creamery hnR to enme
In tbe very iie:n* future or else the
jlniryint; PiKinc?*-* is going tn receive
n severe check. The ostalipphinen. of
a model dairy on tho ^x•>'.*■r,.mpnt^<,
Station here would at least gh*e .lie
Industry n better footing and would
not necessitate tho immediate expenditure nf piich a largo sum of money *.-
would that of the establishment of a
creamery. Tho creamery people are
waiting for the- bonis !o lie established while ■ e agriculturist8 are waiting for the creamery, so there Is ;i eorl
of deadlock, it Is generally concerto*!
however-, l bal this y*j>nr will in ;t.]
probability too the setllenient of the
differences.
In the nv*rter .<f agricultural '■* Greets for the disttlcl of I'.i*: RoUenny
as a Whole n very inerefl fog pamphlet
has just made its appearance, being
the roport issued by tin- Department
of Agriculture for ihe Dominion on
the Experimental Stntion here. Tbo
contents aro from the pan "f Mr It
Qlndwyn Nowton, bB-i,, ibe Superln*
tendeiit, and nre most interesting nnd
lucid in their utterances. Copies of
Ihis mny  be obtained  by application
SALVATION ARMY I PRESEM'ATIO.V BY
CHRISTMAS ENTERTAIN-   I      FRIE.NDS TO MRS. J. S.
MENT THURSDAY LASTJ TAYLOR FRIDAY EAST
A very interesting program was enjoyed by those wlio wore present at
the concert by tlie Sunday School children of tlie Salvation Army on Doc-
uuher 32nd. Tlie Sunday School room
nf iiu> Presbyterian Church was crowded when tlie older boys aud girls
opened tho night's entertainment with
ihe "Building of ihe Salvation Army
Crest." Each boy uud girl built ti
[int 'and when tho whole was enm-
rle ed It provided a very fitting buck-
ground fur ft ho remainder of tho pro-
r.i.i in.    Other    items   consisting    of
nigi. t:il.Muis. rocitatlons- driim aad
i horuBoa followed. Lieutenant Ede
rendered a recitation nml alBO sung.
iiie Spirit prevailed throughout the
entire program was well emphasized
I ..■ a abort piny "Tlie Spirit of Christmas," iu which a number of smaller
girls took part. The cnlortulnmont
was broughi. to a close by a. scripture
reading.
fjev. E. W. MacKay of tiie Preaby-
■ an Church presided and was In no
little measure region slblo    for    thei
n'ght'j enjoyment.
Tho manner in which the children
carried out tlieir parts certainly spoke
very highly for tho time and troub.e
given to their instruction by the committeo In charge and their apparent
enjoyment of their entertainment curried as much interest as the progam
Itself.
by,post card or otherwise to Mr. New-
ton, and oue should be In tbe hands
of eevry farmer or produce/ In the
district.
The ono regrettable feature, and It
Is a feature regrettable ln all the re-
ports of the Government, is that
il.ough It deals with tlie experiences
n[ i.he farm up to tbe close of the fiscal year on March 31st, 1921, yet now
It Is only available, this at a lime when
tho readers would be even more In-
i crested In hearing the resuF.s for
1921. The main heads dealt with in
the report are live stock, bees, poultry, fifjid husbandry, forage crops,
I orticu).uro-
In dealing with the results of the
potato experiments most wonderful
figures are revealed. The report goes
on uo say that special care was taken
to plant tubers allowing vigorous
sprouting tendencies- The fields were,
t-rrJiMt-frs r.a-.itii_£ wm dotafon Mart
Slat and the crop harvested on "the
"Oth September. No disease was dla-!
covered outside common scab. As
• Ms seems to he a feature more or less
common to land Impregnated wish al-
Itali It Is suggested that a scah-resist-
ing variety such as Cambridge Rus-
rel ahould be crown. The tabulation
Df yields shows .hat from Gold Coin.
' ethbridge, Alberta, seed. 44 tons.
1188 pounds were grown to the acre
of which 9R per cent, was marketable-
The < ambiidge Russet produced 31
tons to he acre, with SO per cent.
morke ablo. The highest aevroge for
■'eld peas over n period of five yenrs
en by the Prussian Blue, with
i b -els *ii pounds. Straight alfalfa cropa produced 4.:: tons Ro the acre
n an average of three years while
ifal fa -timothy duhing tlie same per-
td produced 5-S-4 tons.
\* a fur* hor aid to agriculture.
'-ere will this year tor the first time!
e held iu here a University Extension
'onrso of three days duration com-!
lenctng on or about-the first of Feb*
nary. This will lie carried on in tho|
ill room of the Invermere hotel nnd
ill be instructive and of general in-!
erest The full program covering;
bla course is not yo. available but
ny applications received Tor snine'
ill bn dealt  with when thoy nrrlve.
On Priday evening last over forty
aduKs, boys and girls who attend tlie
Wednesday evening cottage prayer
meetings |n connection with the Baptist Church, met at -he home of Mr-
ami Mrs. J. S. Taylor. DeW&r Avenue,
and spent a most enjoyable evening
The girls and boys furnished an excellent program of recitations and scngs
Itev. W. T. Tapsco.t i.ctirfg as chairman for the occasion. At the close or
the program, Miss Connie Bassett
read the following add ess to Mrs.
Taylor,
hear Mrs. Taylor:
Once ugaln na Christmas ;imo draws
near our thoughts fly to those we
love, und we boy:, and girls cannot
let tho time go by without showing
you how much we appreciate all the
time and kindness you have bestowed
Upon us so many times, nnd although
we know wo ac; often In a way that
annoys you in your work, we hope in
the future we may bo able to show
you that you have not labored ln vain.
Please accept this small token of our
love.
(Signed)   The Girls and Boys
of the Wednesday Night
Prayer Meeting.
On behalf of the girls and boys Amy
Williams presented to Mrs. Taylor n
silver casserole.
Tho Taylor boys, Dave, Eddie and
Willie, Chen rendered an excellent
musical selection, which wns much
enjoyed, after whieh all sat down to
tasty and ample refreshments served
by the hostess. Mr. Tapscott and
Mrs. Gougeon then rendered several
recitations and readings whieh were
thoroughly enjoyed by all. Santa
Claus then made his appearance, distributing gifts 'to alb The merry
parly then broke up. nll wishing Mrs.
Taylor long life to continue her good
work. Beforo dispersing the company joined In the singing of "Blest
Ba die Tie That Binds."
On The Railroad
Over Fifiy Years
Charles Magee. Who Died East
Week, Wns (fides*] Engineer
tin C. I*. if. System
WEDDING
AULT - SPENCE
A very pretty wedding of interest to
a large circle of friends was solem*
nizod on Saturday afternoon last, De
.-. u.l.rr il-i;;., wl-ien Gladys Laura
Spence, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
J. W- Spence. of this clly. was united
In marriage to Mr. J. Merle Ault:
nf Fernle. B.C. The ceremony was
performed by Hev. W. T- Tapscott of
the Cranbrook Baptist Church.
The bride, who was given In marriage by her father, was becomingly
attired in a taupe travelling suit, and
small black hat with touches of gold.
Sim carried a bouquet of bridal roses,
and was attended by Mrs. B. Sang, as
matron of honor. Mr. It. P. Colton, of
Fernie. acted as best man- Miss Delia
Greaves played the Wedding March
and also rendered n vocal selection
while the register was being signed.
Tliere were about foi\y-five guests
present, nnd the house was prettily
and suitably decorated for the occasion. Tho gift from the groom to .the
bride wns a silver tea set. tn the matron ot honor a china cup and saucer.
and to tho best man a gold tie pin.
Following the ceremony a buffet
luncheon was served. The wedding
presents were numerous nnd beautiful.
The happy couple left on the afternoon
train for their home In Fornie. B-C.
Both bride and groom are well known
In this city, nnd their friends will nil
unite In extending to them tho best
of good wishes flft tho outset nf tlieir
married  llfo.
CANADIAN EX-SOLDIERS ARE WINNING THE BATTLE
OF TURNING WASTE LANDS INTO FRUITFUL FARMS
.Z/weasfc^rass?:
Ats it travelled round with the flee;-
nesa whtoh III tidings always take on,
the news of tliu passing of Charles
-Magee bpreud tsomeming of a gloom
over the city un Sbrls.mas live, Saturday .as1,, December 24th. Death
took place aL tho.'Bt. Eugene HoBplt-
al ut 8.20 that Owning, idler an Illness of about five duy,,
AJ though in hi a seventy-second
year, bo took us engine out on -Monday uu the westbodnd train on his regular mn, hut he waa destined ;o leave
Ills tost run unfinished, for at Sirdar
thut evening he vtue taken ill with a
severe alt-auk Of iudh.es,hiu. lie was
brought bome tbe following day, and
ou Thursday was removed to the hospital- The exertion consequent upon
his condition induced hernia, and on
Friday un opera.ion wus performed ln
an effort to save ins life, hut complications ensued, uud the end came to
tho veteran railroad man on Saturday
ovoning. ,
Tiio late Mr. Magee was in years \
und in leng.li of service the doyen of
the railToud men In tills part of tlie
country. Ho held the distinction of
heing tho oldest engineer iu the employ of the Canadian Pacific, and it
seems to quite fl. in with his wonderful record that he should be stricken
down ns li were, with the throttle In
his hand. Charlie Magee is gone!
And his familiar face will he sorely
missed not only by tiie railroad men
but by everyono who knew lilm.
Tho lato Mr. Magee was horn in the
province of Quebec on the lst of
September, 1850. ho started railroading In 1868, when he became a fireman on the Grand Trunk. Six months
later he became an engineer, and commenced working with the C. P. R. In
May 1885. In 1S9S ho came to British Columbia. Ho was one of the
oldest members of Uie Brotherhood of
Locomotive Engineers, having, joined
that body In lSTfi, and been u member
continuously ever since. He was
married on the iStli of January, 1876,
and is survived by his wife and one
daughter, Mrs. A-: I... McDermot, of
Vancouver,. Tliere ure also fivo grandchildren, Gerald aud Rowan Cllne, of
Moose Jaw, and Patricia. Desmond and
Maura Eileen McDermot, of Vancouver. Mr. W. E. Cline. of MooSe Jaw,
is a Bon-lo-law.
Mr. Magee retained a wonderful vigor In spito of his years, as fs evidenced by tho fact, that he chose to
ith his engine when many another man would have retired. Me
was extremely well thought of by
ail sections of the city people, and
hia pas-sing removes ono of tue real
oncers from ther-e parts.
The funeral was held on Wednesday
morning of tliis week, December 28th,
Father Murphy conducting service nt
St.. Mary's Church, and in-terment tak-
g placo at the Catholic cemetery.
Tho pall bearers wero Messrs. J- A.
Genest. J. M. Barney, W. F. Greaves,
H. Brock, J- Brault and J. Fennessey.
Messages of sympathy and floral of-
erings were received from many prominent Canadian Pacific officials and
lodges and bro.herhoods.
A complete list of tlie floral and
spiritual offerings appears below:
Family, pillow; G. Mabaffy, wreath;
Mr. and Mrs- Fink, spray; Mr. and
Mrs. G. Hunter, spray; Mr. and Mrs.
J. Fennessey. spray; Mr. and Mrs-
Conroy, spray; G-. I. A-, wreath; Mr.
and Mrs- J. Jackson, cross; Mr. and
Mrs. J- Brault, cross; Mr. and Mrs. A.
il, Johnson, wreath; B. of L. E.,
cross; Mr. ond Mrs. Sinclair, spray;
Mr. and Mrs. McBirnle, spray; Mr.
and Mrs. Whiteside, Slrdnr, spray;
Mr- ond Mrs. Brock, spray; Order of
Railway Conductors, wreath; Mr. and
Mrs, J. R, Adamson. spray; B. of L. F.
and E-, wreath; h. A. to B. of R. T.,
heart; Mr. D- C. Coleman and Miss
Grant. Winnipeg, star; Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Murray, wreath; Mr. and Mrs.
StOWart Mcintosh, spray; Mr. and Mrs,
Wm. Nell, Kingsgato, spray; Cranbrook Cartago k Transfer Co-. Mes.
srs. Towriss & Adams, spray; Mrs-
Brake, spray; Mr. aud Mrs. A- Wallace, spray] Mr. and Mrs. Dan Burton,
wroath; Mr. Frank Gnir ont, star;
Mr. and Mrs. \V. F* Cameron, cross;
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hogarth, -spray;
Sirdar Friends, cross.
Spiritual offerings- — Mrs. C C,
James, Mr- nnd Mrs. H. Roblchaud.
Mr. R. Roblrbnrd, Mr. anl Mrs. Rankins. Mr. nnd Mrs. T. Drummond and
family, Mr. and Mrs. McQuaid; Mr.
and Mrs. A- It McDonald, Mr. nnd
Mrs. R. HI Harrison. Mr and Mrs. J.
II. Collins, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. F. LeCIerc, Mr.
anl Mrs. Peter Farrell, Mr. and Mrs.
Genest, Mrs. II. A. FJfo, Mr, W. E.
Cllne.
To H*n_o that Miy- Magee and members of the family have tho sympathy
of the community wiin thorn In their
time of bcrciwcnient ia not on empty
expression, or a morn matter of form,
but tbo heartfelt expression of all
thoso who In the passing of Mr, Magee
feel tbey have lout a personal friend.
FIRE ON CHRISTMAS
MGHT DESTROYS
HOME OF C. A. COCK
Fire on tlie evening of Sunday last,
Christmas Day, destroyed the house
and couten:s of Mr. C. A. Cock, and
did its fell work so thoroughly that
scarcely uuytiiiug wus saved. Mr-
Cock at tlie .Imo was a visitor at the
home of Judge aud Mrs. G- H. Thompson, and when word was sent to him
at once hurifed out, but too lac io
save anything, everything having
gone up in flames by that Lime.
Mr. Cock's home is situated south of
Dennis Street, and on Christmas Day,
about six o'clock, having noticed thut
sparks were coming from the chimney, Mr. Cock had cleaned it ou. very
thoroughly, and stilt remained at
Inline for about an hous and a half
afterwards. it is conjectured that
all this time a spark muut have been
Btnouldertng in the wooden bnse undor Jig chimney, whicli later grew to
proportions big enough to cause the
destruction. Mr. Cock loses everything that went to make up his home.
including books, clothing, records of
bis work, dmrch hook--*, aud a good
doul of the personal loss sustained
consists of belongings to which some
sentimental valuo was attached, and
upon whicli it Is hard to placo a rao-
*y value- Somo insurance was carried ou both house and contents. It
is probablo that in Mm spring Mr
Cock  will rebuild his houso.
G.W.V.A.  NOTES
Tho third annual banquet of tbe
local branch of tlie G-W.V.A. was
held Tuesday the 27th, and al.hougli
the number who attended wns fewer
than the committee In charge had
Planned for still (he fellows who did
turn up certainly enjoyed the affair
and mnde up In enthusiasm what they
lacked In numbers.
Tlie sprend was preceded by tbe
annual general meeting at which ..he
financial report for the year was read,
and officers elected. .About fifty
members were present when the President. Comrade James Dunn, opened
.he meeting. Comrade Lunn in on
address briefly outlined the doings or
the branch in connection with our
work on behalf of returned soldiers
and their dependents regarding the
obtaining of pension, gratuities, back
pay. etc, and relief provided for by
"the branch. Tne'rAs8oclfc_8R*H« th
1921 been responsible for over $3500
in claims, being properly adjusted,
one claim In the nature of a pension
resulting In a widow obtaining a pension of $75.00 per month, and back
pension of $1300.00. This case we
lmd been working on for over fifteen
months. Another claim of $600-00
was adjusted, a gratuity payment of
$150.00 and a back pay claim of $125--
00 being among thoso adjusted.
Tiie financial report disclosed the
fact that our Association had handled
recelp.s to the amount of over $15,-
000.00 and had spent nearly as much
in the district, leaving a bank balance
of some few hundred dollars. Our
assets total $9,500.00 and our llabll-
iies stand at nearly $1100.00. which
is indeed a very good showing for a
young association such as ours claims
to bo- Although our leven'ie from
the canteen Is practically nil, we have
every hope of steadily increasing our
financial rating by tbe time .he closing shadows of 1922 begin to fall.
The election of officers resulted In
Major H. B. Hicks being elected to
the presidential chair by acclamation. In a short talk the presidentelect outlined his position as regards
the branch and promts d his continued energetic support tl the running
of the ins itution for 1922.
The following subordinate officers
were elected after energetic balloting: Comrade A. Ashworth, IbI vlce-
preBldent; Comrade Jas. G. Chllds.
2nd vice-president. Comrades W. B.
Kay, P. W. Willis and Jas. Turnley
o the executive.
A Blncere vote of thanks to the
retiring .president was put and curried to the accompaniment of "He's
a Jolly Good Fellow-"
The boys then adjourned to the1
banquet hall where they did more
than justice to the turkey, chicken,
0 c. which greeted them- This was
followed by a few speeches by the invited guests, and recitations and
fongs by local talent. All in all
iiis annual re-union was up to the
standard Bet by the previous years,
and when the last of the company filed out of the ball around the hour
of midnight Chey went with the conviction that they will occupy a seat
at .he next year's board If It is at all
possible, which shows that all the
above is true.
The local magazine was placed on
the stands the 23rd, and by tbe manner in which the copies have been
•snapped up here I: looks as If the
branch pulled off a good thing when
they launched the Kootenay Periscope
on the market of periodicals' While
ihere nro mnny things missing among the conten.H which should have
been put in, still on considering the
rapid manner In which the Idea was
carried out, the booklet Ih not so bad.
Nei. year thero will be a different
tale, -tnd now that the p-aper la de
MERCHANTS' ASSOCIATION PREPARING FOR
ANOTHER ACTIVE VEAR
Two special meetings of tlie Itetail
Merchants' Association were held this
week, on Wednesday and Thursday
evenings, wheu sevennl ma*.ers of
some importance were taken up. The
members of the Association are taking some slock of tiie municipal fit-
nation at this time and bave been discussing the possibilities of bringing
out the strongest and most representative men possible for the public offices which have t<> be filled at the
beginning of tho year.
The next meeting to be held some
tfme in January will be .he annual
meeting, and it is confidently expected that there will be a considerable
accession to its membership during
he coming year from among the newer firms among the city's business
houses.
On Thursday evening. Mr. Bruce
Brown, wro for tlie past year lias ac
led as the association secretary without any remunera ion, was presented
by the president, Mr. lv !I. McPliee.
witli a set of pipes and a tie pin, as a
slight token to show ilia, his work
was appreciated,
A committee of three. Messrs. W
H- Wilson. E. H. McPhee and J. P
Fink was named to enquire inlo .ht
feasibility of the merchants as a bo
dy taking hold of the hnnua! boll gi*
ven In tlie spring for tho benefit of
ho St. Eugene Hospital. They re
OOgnlze the value of die Institution to
the city, and fee! that It merits al!
the support they can give It.
Tlie members nlso dl cussed thi
proposed school by-law to l*e submitted to the people at tho time cf the
civic elections, and decided without
any dissenting voice that lt should bo
supported in the bes. interests of the
city.
Passing of School
By-Law Important
Serious  Handicap   Will Beset
Schools Unless Extra Ac-
commo-dation is Found
Th
chool bylaw :o be submitted to
ilte ratepayers of Uie city on January
__..'.. needs to be considered quite apart trom all else at that time. The
b; li w Is t*i authorize tbe issue of de-
11 ui ri b to the amount of j-io.ooo for
:. e | urpose of putting ou au addition
to iiu Central School The provin-
tal government is iu addition giving
a grant of (BO-COO, making tlie .otal
cost. Including tiie additional heating
plant required, about $60,000.
Tbe school trustees imve been reluc-
tan to put this extra burden on the
Bhoulders of the ratepayers, but to
ignore the need, or to turn tbe by-law
down, will mean just as much expense
!.i the provision of extra class rooms,
• rev ;■ they can be placed. There
la i ae ., . extra room in use now.
and for its first year, Including the
cost of fitting up tho room for school
purposes, janitor, ron:. heating, etc.,
It will tost about a thousand dollars.
\ :. 1 room will be necessary for
the opening of tlie new term la February, and still another next fall. At
tl b South Ward School there are ov-
er d hundred pupils, and the teachers ar* taking from two to four grades
In each class. A" the new term, lu
February, one room at the Contral
School will be taken to other quarters
to make room for the overflow from
the South Ward. From this it will bo
seen '' al the problem Is a pressing
me, and that it has not been tackled
*■■■-■* tt Is time.
It is proposed from the present
to build on to the rear of the
\:~■;:: v.eoi building at each sldo,
bo that the s ructure would be made
ly ir.:n the form of a T- Of tho
eight rooms this would provide. It ls
proposed ;o fit up four right away,
■v .:; ■; rake care of the new pu-
:;- expected and relieve the congestion in some of tbe other rooms also.
The exira tax ra.e necessitated by
the passing of tbe by-law is expected
to amount to only two and a half mill*
on the dollar, which would still keep
the 1929-*,i -rate below that of last
yeur,  wflSc iCytm -nnT~r-*«»—tn -*it%
finitely launched, the coming year,
should see it reach great proportions
both in size, sale, and In .erest.
The Christmas Tree given to the
children of the returned soldiers on
Friday the 23rd was one to be remembered- Some ninety children
were on hand wheu the door' were
opened a', 4 o'clock and from then
on until 7 p.m. when the final distribution of presents took place Uie
hallwaBiajjubbob oj «cltement._Tbe
mariiifcrMn"wKtcrTthe ohlfdren were
kep: on the move every minute of the i provided the other levies are kept eX
time and the dinner provided, was a | the same levels as at present
revelation to the little visitors, and a ,' TT.c bylaw calls for a thre-flfths ma-
credit to the Christmas Tree enter- j Jorlty. being a money bylaw, and those
tainment committee consisting ofjw!l" vo,e aBain!?t il W,]I *» t^1* »
Mesdames Adlard. Hfcks. Crowe andjsra™ responsibility upon themselves.
Miss Atkins.    AU the children wentj  ' * •
away wl;h sagging feet and a vivid* CARD OF THANKS
memory of tlie ets. Christmas Tree-    j ■ -—
— I    To the  many    kind    friends and
Arrangements fca#>   already   been ■ ni-iehbors  wbo  so  willingly  assist-
started in connection with our annuai j ed us during the sickness and death
winter ball. The hall has been engaged for tlie 17.li of Marcli on whi fa
date the Association is going to hold
a grand masquerade dance.
Tlie preliminary movements with
regard to the 24th of May Celebration
nre being made, and soon the battalions of committees will be on the job.
Lasfl year wi h an early
ur dear husband and father, we
*o express heartfelt thanks, el-
i those sending messages of sym-
y, floral and spiritual offerings.
Mrs.  Charles Magee.
tin, A. L. McDermot
not any too soon, and this year the
shopping on Sa.urday last.      Not a
few of them, while finding that bus-
start we were||Be8a £l that time had not been up to
; previous years, made a record on the
Association is going to be well pre-1 day before Chris.mas,    beating   the
pared  beforehand. [high figurQ manv of them experienced
— I last year.     Probably the biggest bus-
And now the Association takes the mess of any, however, was done at
opportunity to offer to its friends,! the government liquor store, where
patrons and even enemies, If there are; [t [s understood that the day's cash
any, Jie compliments of the New Year receipts totalled in the neighborhood
and the kindliest wishes for tho com- Lf three thousand dollars. So I: fs
Ing 1922. j evident that  in  quite a few homes
-■    —•••**••   — ■—- a real  old-fashioned  Christmas  was
Most stores in the city report a I celebrated wi.Ii the proper liquid ac-
very good wind-up to the Christmas j companlment
%\)t jleto -Bear
_j*|.EETl.Y hath pass'd the year; the seasons came
||     Duly as thoy were wont—the gentle Spring,
W     And the delicious Summer, and the cool,
Well Autumn, with the nodding of the grain,
And Winter, like an old and hoary man,
Frosty and stiff— and so are chronicled.
AVe have read gladness in the new green leaf,
And in the first-hlown violets; we have drunk
Cool water from the rock, and In the shade
Sunk to the noon-day slumber: we have plucked
The mellow fruitage from the bending tree,
And girded to our pleasant wanderings
When the cool winds came freshly from the hills;
And when the tinting of the Autumn leaves
Had faded from Its glory,  we have sat
By the good fires of Winter, and rejoiced
Over the fulness of the gathered sheaf.
God hath heen very good.     "I'is He whose hand
Moulded the sunny hills, and hollowed out
The shelter of the valleys, and doth keep
The fountains in their secret places cool;
And it is lie who leadeth up the sun,
And ordereth   up the starry Influences,
And tnmpereth thc keenness of the frost;
And therefore, iu Hie plenty of the feast,
And in thc lifting of the cup, let Him
Have praises for the well-completed year. —Willis. PAGE    TWO
TIIE
CRANBROOK     HEBALD
Thursday, Dec. 29th, 1931
jr.?1"
£*: '-* ■ ■■ *
Jmnswick
better wish for all than that weI onergy, his brilliant abiittloB and—
may through tho channels of|" ls -"- °W» seorot—Mb fortune, to
service   in whatever form tli
opportunity may come to us,
find the greatesi happiness and
prosperity?
GRIUNES
RECORDS
RAWORTii BROS.
NEXT 10 POST OFFICE
FROM THE VIEW-POINT
OF
OCR CONTEMPORARIES
tred existence of some folk,
who whether they know it or
not, are living only for the present and for themselves.
lt may be that our lives seem
laid between narrow eon fines,
and that onr interests are bul
small; but there are none,
no matter in how humble circumstances,    who   cannot   in
some way broaden themselves
out to make their contact felt
for the better  in  the lives ot
others.   We all have something
our fellows have not;  no one
possesses all we have, and the j tli
richest man  lacks something ''.-
that his poor neighbor has.
Service   - though the wordi
has become Badly hackneyed ■,-,.,. ...,„•„„,,
•       bow Btaitdard or nol., wo am niait to
aud its meaning abused beyond] Isni-n tlmt "already ia tlie Par Bast
all recognition
In iis best sense the most uplifting slogan I'or the new year.
In helping Others we find our
Pawn In Tli. Kast
Then.1 Irt nu royal roall mil of our
difficulties. Hard work and thrift,
public and private, arc tlie only rem-
edles. It is slmviy becoming realized
that price and value are constituted
multitude of variables, and that
it is not only one variable—money—
which governs prices, nut whether
we are any nearer lo a return to the
Still remains sre to ho discerned the   first   faint
' I leaks of dawn."—London Daily Te-1
i legraph.
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Published overy Thursday.
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ORANBROOK,  BRITISH  COLUMBIA
THURSDAY, DEO.  29th, 1921
TIIK NEW VKAK
a flower unblown; q book unread;
A true witli fruit unbarve-sted;
A patb untrod; a Iioubq whose room
Lack jx-t the lieart'B divine perfume;
A landscape wliose wide border lies
In silent -oiiude 'ueuih olleut skies;
|A wondrous fountain yet unsealed;
A casket with its gifts i.unecaled;
This is the year thai; for you waits
Beyond tomorrow's mystic ageH.
—Anon.
own true selves; in losing our
selves  we really gain.    These
are not mere empty platitudes
though often sentemiously repeated from pulpit and platform.    They contain the genu
oi' ilie only satisfying life, and
taken in tlieir widest sense spell
progress in all directions.   The
community whose residents are
impelled in their undertaking**
by ihis motive;    the husinessei-:
which arc actuated hy it;   and
the organizations whicli make
it their pivotal spirit — all will
prosper, and so why not  with
thc individual?
To learn to serve is to learn
to live right, whieh is what we
all need to know for the coming
year. For if we live right, adversity and misfortune cannot
break us, but will find us steeled to meet them.
What better watchword for
the new year about to be ushered in than Service:   and whnt
Tlmt .Kxlrn Session
Premier Oliver emorK.-s from tho
"extra"' session wltb another dent Jn
hia political re.putaJou, Tho business
lor which the legislature was suni-
monaod, thc financial relief of the
municipalities, was not accomplished,
and one of the adiual needs, not divul-
ged la'U -session, namely, the temporally relief of the province financially
by a loan, was only accomplished by
a majority of three.—Kamloops Standard Sentinel.
o allovuitiimof the lot of follower-:
sufferers. Last week ho slipped In j
his bath, struck hie head against ftj
tap, und unconscious, met Ids death
by drowning.
The son of a country   clergyman,
ptiro in thought uud clean fn humor,
Sir Arthur Pearson has lef. us a monument more lasting than bronze.    Of
brilliant gifts, he whetted his ambition
In his work for Tariff Reform and In
the    founding    and    development of |
newspupors and periodicals ito be re- \
warded  with   the  bitter cup of his
misfortune.   To have triumphed in the
face of such obstacles,   to have   remained cheerful and genial when suddenly cut off from the mainspring off|
all ills hopes ami ideals, required   a
man of exceptional girts and of out-1
landing character.   Such a man was]
Arthur Pearson.
Thousands of soldiers blinded in tho
war remain to bless his nnmo as nn
Inspirer of hopeful Independence nnd
as a founder of St. Dunstan's Ho-Hol
for the Blind.—Family Herald and
Weekly SUir.
Sir Arthur Pearson
When Joseph Chamberlain started
the Tariff Reform movement in 19u3
tliere wns one man above all others
on whom he leaned—Arthur Pearson,
a leading London publicist and journalist. The great tragedy of his lif-n
came a short time before the war.
when a famous oculist told him tiiat
in a few years ho would be toinlly
blind. For many months he told no
ono of tho blow that Fate had aimed
at him, but he so-", himself without delay to learn Braille, so thut he might
not sit In -tho outer darkness when
sluht was gone. He forestalled the
ocming tragedy by his courage and his
determination, and so great were the
benefits Miat his own prudence
brought that ho devoted his life, his
From the office of tho Canadian Pacific Press Bureau conies a very Interesting nnd well gotten up brochure,
"Bridging Two Oceans and Linking
Four Continents,'' which deals with
tho ocean services of the company.
It sets forth very graphically the
huge proportions to which the company has built up l'hls end of their
multitudinous -services and gives particulars of the big boats which are
now flying tho company's flag on the
Atlantic and on the Pacific, as well
as the sea giants which nre now building for tho company. Few people
realize what tt. means to outfit a ship
for a trip across the Atlantic, nnd
when it is understood thnt this lias
to be duplicated on all the company
ships, and on a scale which will uphold the company's reputation, some
Ilea of the magnitude of the tinder-
taking becomes apparent.
KOIt TUK NEW YHAit
Facing   us    is   another new I
year.   What are we going lo do
with it?    The year<* come to us
as the priceless'gift of time, the
dawn of each one of tliein her-1
aiding the opportunity to turn
to a new page in the record of
our endeavors, to make it, what
we will.      What  wili thc new.
year bring?      Life and death,
fortune ami misfortune, health
and sickness, wealth and pov-j
erty —■ it will bring all these
into the small    world   of   our!
acquaintance.     In   regard   tc
these things, the Immutables of
human existence, as it were, we!
have but little or nothing to do
with their coining or going—so
some say.   And from that idea'
arises the narrow and self-cen-
Scene from "Peaceful Valley,"   at the Star Theatre, Wednesday and Thursday next week.
Canadian Apple Exhibition
REX
THEATRE
Paramount Pictures
TODAY AMI SATURDAY
DOROTHY DA1.TON
III
ROMANTIC ADVENTURES'.
AlBO
HALLUOOM BOYS
lu
HI1lt.ll   AND FIRED
MON.   AND   TUBS.
RICHARD DARTHEI.MESS
in
EXPERIENCE
also
I'uninimuit TmU'laugb
FRI. and SAT.
JAN. 6-7
WAU.IE  REID
in
ALWAYS ADACIOPS
Montreal, Qup.—On January lSlh,! and a quarter foet In depth and will
Uio "Montcalm." the new liner of the! liavo accommodation for not less Chan
Canadian I'acific steamships Ltd., will i 5_0 cuhin pasunegrs and 1,550 third
leavo Liverpool for St. Jolin on her ■ class passengers, Tliq "Montcalm"
maldeu voyage. The vessel ta a gear- I will be one of the largest steamships
ed turbine with Itwo funnels, 666 fset iu the Canadian service with a speed
iu length, 70 feet In breadth, and 51  ot 17 knots per hour.
f
mVl jfcappy 9Jew 2/ear
Vo  J(ll
E. A HILL
MENS' FURNISHER
Thc speed ut which Canadian products can be pul on the market in England was strikingly
demonstrated recently.
The Department of Colonization and Development ot the Canadian Pacific Railway
recently shipped by Dominion Express on the "Empress of Britain" a consignment of
Canadian apples for exhibition at 62-65, Charing Cross, and the other offices of the company in Europe. The apples came from various Canadian provinces, and it is interesting
to note that some of them actually left the producer and were on show in less than eifeht
days. For instance, the Ontario consignment left Trenton, Ontario, at 2 a.m., November
1, by C.P.R., arrived Montreal at 8 a.m., left at 9 a.m., and arrived Quebec at 2 p.m.
They were immediately placed on board the Canadian Pacific liner "Empress of Britain,"
which arrived Liverpool un Tuesday morning, Nov. 8. Before the last passenger was oiT the
ehip the apples were discharged, whisked in Dominion Express motors to the special train
to Huston Station, London, which was reached soon after 2 p.m. the same day. Hero
Dominion Express vans collected them, and at 8 o'clock they were on exhibition in the
windows of the Canadian Pacific at Charing Cross, with a card reading, "Canadian apples,
from producer to consumer in less than eight days."
Though Canada is three thousand miles from England, our system of quick transportation is bringing us nearer to that country every day. Recently the "Empress of
Britain" went to Liverpool und back to Quebec In 15 daya, including the time taken in
embarking and disembarking paaaengora,
Clean - Comfy - Cozy
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
JAN. 3 JAN. 8
BEBE DANIELS
in
"Ducks and Drakes"
which mischievous Teddy staged on the telephone wire.
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY
JAN. 4 JAN. 6
CHARLES RAY
"Peaceful Valley"
J! ore perilous than tight rope-walking was the adventure
Not as peaceful as the name implies
ALSO TWO REEL COMEDY SCREAM
FRIDAY AND   SATURDAY
JAN.« JAN. ! /
"DINTY"
Featuring WESLEY BARRY
SPEED!   It goes like a Streak-o'-lightning!
Leaves a trail of mystery, drama, comedy and thrills you
won't want to forget.   Enacted right in the heart of
Frisco's Chinatown
ALSO A MACK SENNETT COMEDY RIOT
NOTE NEW PRICES:
COMMENCING!  JANUARY  2nd
Adults   -
Children
25c
10c
*j£
*
*
PA1
WE    WISH   OUR
[RONS ANI» FRIENDS
A
Happy and
Prosperous New Year
«_?***
CRANBROOK MEAT MARKET
Norbury Ave.
8   PHONE   8
Cranbrook, B.C.
CLUB CAFE
CROSS-KEYS HOTEL
Largest and Best in the City
SUNDAY   SPECIAL
Farm House Chicken Dinner .   .   .   75c
J. BUCHANAN
Proprietor
A Happy
New Year
APPRECIATING YOUR BUSINESS AND HOPING THAT
THE PLEASANT RELATIONS BETWEEN THE
PUBLIC OF CRANBROOK AND DISTRICT
AND THIS STORE WILL CONTINUE,
WE EXTEND TO ALL GOOD WISHES FOR 1922, HOPING THAT IT WILL INDEED PROVE A YEAR
OF HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY
P. BURNS C& Co. Ltd.
PHONE   10
Start the New Year Right
BUY WHERE YOU CAN SAVE ON YOUR PURCHASES
Cut This Out-HT IS WORTH ONE DOLLAR
Bring this Coupon to the Store nnd we will:
remitnkr It for one dollar when yon buy good* at
one time not let* than FIVE DOLLARS during thc
first week of the New Year.
One Coupon to a Customer.
GOOD ONLY DURING    THE   FIRST WEEK OF THE
YEAR 1922.
WESTON'S BARGAIN STORE
ti Phone 82 n Thursday, Dec. 29tli, 1921
T HE      CRANHROOK      HERALD
PAGE TIIIII.E
DEEP national and domestic
significance attaches to the
fad: that, since its formation,
the Sun Life has paid to its
policy-holders a total sum of
considerably over
One Hundred
Millions
SUN LlBtfXMJRANCB
COMPAQ-OF CANADA
Head Off 19^ Montreal
ASSURANCE GOHFAMES
PLAYING BIG PART IN
EXPANSION (IF COUNTRY
riartin Bros.
District Agents
Sun Life Assurance Go. of Canada
CRANBROOK      -       ■       B.C.
.'.i^M' PLEASIXIi
:(p^?__I:       DALTON
rf^f^'n        PICTURE
Doro hy Dalton in a new Paramount
photoplay "A Romantic Adventuress,"
W'ii.-.. Tlie Su .
high ei i iciencv
MAZDA
LAMPS
Rise To Take Its Place
No need to stumble round i:*
a poorly lighted factory,!
or home when we can supply
you with all stylos and sizes
of W e s t i n jj h o u s el   rrip
Com* "> and sea them
Electric kitpi.y shop
will be the chief attraction at the
Ki.'x Theatre Friday and Saturday.
The picture was adapted from Chas.
Bel moats Davis' novel. "A Winter
City  Favorite."
Ml^s Dalton has the role of Alice
Vannl, dauph.er of a New Orlean's
dancing master. She has been brought
up by her father, the mother, a luiury
lovinK woman, having deserted them.
After Professor Vn mil's death, his
wife, now known as Mrs. Martyn, reappears anil takes AHce to New York
to exploit her beauty and her talents
as a dancer. Four years later, Alice,
now a famous dnuseuse, is nt Monte
Carlo with her mother when Bhe
mee s Maxwell, a poor but. worth
while engineer. Mrs. Martyn desiring
a wealthy match for her daughter,
Induces her to show Interest in a Sig-
nor Castelli. After he has been trapped in o a proposal, Mrs- Martyn trios
to blackmail him. Alice, learning the
truth, exposes her mother and seeks
happiness with young Maxwell.
An excellent costo Ib declared to
support Miss Dalion in "A Romantic
IdvenlureM" Charles Meredith is
tho leading man. anil other players
are Augusta Anderson and Ivo Dawson,    Barley Knoles directed.
It is as well that tiie public should
bo reminded from .ime to time ol the
Kigniftcauco which attaches to the
sueoetl aeltfeved by tho groat commercial institutions. From the mo't
humble beginnings Banks and Assur-
ance companies havo risen ami expanded coincide!* .ally with tho growth
of tho Dominion iUelf. Each historical development, such as those whicli
have occurred in connection with agriculture, lumbering, and latterly, industrialism, has seen a corresponding
broadening and strengthening of :1|^>
basis of national finance.
Trials and difficulties marked the
genesis of Assurance in Canada. Tl 9
peoplo know next to nothing of its
principles, (anil were imlifferen' Uj
Ua advantages. In many cases there
was even keen opposition on the
ground that It was an Interference
with tho workings of Divine Providence, Tho profound and beneficial
change which bias come over the attitude of the public is exemplified by
mnh.ing tJhe uid which the big Canadian Assurance Companies were able
to render their country when the
world-storm hurst in 11.1-4. The huge
concentration of savings in their
hands enabled them Ko como to the aid
of tho government iu a way which 111
to thon had been well nigh Inconceivable. The Dominion had never till
then tried to raise a national loan
wl.hln Its own boundaries. That it
was able to ftnanco Its own side of
*•■'* croat war was largely due to the
Assurance Compunies subscribing to
Canadian Government loans no loss
sum that $1.35,114,11.0.00, the Sun Lire
alone contributing $38,000,000.. The
larger subscriptions were not all accepted In full; tut the amount actually allotted to the Companies and
taken up by them totalled -1182,638,950,
Some weekB ago -the public was
startled by the announcement that thr
Sun Llfo had assurances in force at
the present moment to the amount of
over $500,000,000.00 The deep sit;
flcance of such huge figures, both tn
our national life and to tho homes ct
the people, is now doubly emphasized
hy the t.uther annuncement that tiio
same Corporation has. since its ruination, paid considerably over $100,-
000,000.0,) to f:s policyholders, Ap.irt
altogether irom the fact that the*-,
figures show the power to allay distress that lies within tho hands of such
institntions, lt must be borne in mind
that the mere existence of such concerns tends ;_o stabilize national life
and to infuse into a"great proportion
of the people of the Dominion a feeling of Intense security.
DESCRIBES TRIP DOTVM
COLUMBIA RIVER FROM
SOURCE TO MOUTH
SHIPMENTS TO   TRAIL SMELTER
Following is n statement of ore re-
leceived at Trafl Smelter for period
during December lfith lo 21st Inclusive:
Mine Locality Tons
Josie.  Hossland      102
Company Mines  5654
Total  5756
SPLENDID
CABARET
IS IN "EX-
PERIENCE"
■»»**»
Sweeten -Afi Stomach
£_____;^f:v l
Toronto, On*.---it is reported that a
plant will be built In Toronto by the
Continental Motor Car Qmipany
which haa received an order ppm the
; newly formed Durant Moton
for 100,000 motors.   The plant
: built in tho near future 1. Is expe
t<> meel this demand.
(Special -.<• The Herald)
Invarmere, B.C., Pec 1:4 —With the
Windermere district as a centre many
books have hi en published in the last
two years, notably "Graydon of the
Windermere." by Mrs. Evah McKowan
ji Cranbroolt. und tlie "Conquering
Hero' by James Murray (jibbou of
Montreal. N w a new source for nar-
uative writing seems lo have unfolded
itself and there has jns appeared a
splendidly illustrated volume named
"Down the Columbia" written by Lew-
Is It. Freeman of Pasadena, Calif.,
and published by iDodd Mead und
Company of New York. The writer
la -i well known travel writer 0I whoso
besl arti. lee having appeared as spec*
al features In the Saturday Evening
Poat. In this book Mr. Freeman gives
au acoount *>f his experiences with
a moving picture man on a trip down
the ' ilumbla River, His trip nomin
ally commences al Canal Plats thirty*
four miles to the -south of here am
by easy stages through the
, tii important phai * ot river
■ 11 and the history of the Columbia
.•r from there clear through to
-Astoria at the mouth uf tho Columbia.
in reality much of the traveling was
riom. overland and only the wors1.
raplda nnd cataracts visited and gone
through In the small skiff which carried the party nud tin* camp equipment.
Standard Electric Co.
11. UA8THAN.   Stater Eloctrlclan
.MOTORS, COILS, MAGNETOS, WIRING ANO SUPPLIES
FARM   LIGHTING   PLANTS
AUTOMOBH.KB, TRACTORS AND GAS ENGINES
— Por repairs sn1 ns mid WO «III give you S-BfYlC-B —
No fashionable cabaret In New
York, the City of Lights, can surpass
in brilliance or color or extravagance
of finish tha: which Is used in George
Fitzmaurke'g Paramount production
of "Experience," which Is to be shown
at the Hex Theatre Monday and Tuesday. Tho scenario of this well-known
play by dcorgo V. Hobart, called for
a typical New York restaurant, after
the manner of such Institutions of!
ure before the days of prohibl-
hNo expense was spared to make
fino realistic and beautiful,
lor scheme is black and gold 1
pokground of gold metal |
ige ornate pillars, capped
[omes, are set at intervals
gam floor.
,\1^| ui wns obtained In
sccue^^PHpit! of four little
girls who soared abuTe the dnncers
In swings and dropped rose leaves
on the crowd below. Five hundred
pounds of artificial rose leaves und
two bushels of. confetti were let loose
from "Snow'' banks nbove the selling-
Although only one quarter of thc
cnbaret was built lt acommndated
four hundred people. For richness of
color nnd novelty, this hns seldom
been surpassed In any picture. Itlch-
| ard llarthelmet*-*, a popular young
*■ recti player, has the leading rolo of
"Youth."
MOTHER!   3IOVE
CHILD'S BOWELS WITH
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP
There is about to appear on the
subject of this same country, that
travel; ed by vho Columbia river, a
book by a really hardened voyagour.
Tliis tlmo It will be from the pen not
so much of a polished writer hut oue
who lenewa the game of travel in die
rough waters of the rivers of North
America learned from actual experience and In tho most cases the irlps
wero run hy him with his lone hand
to protect and guide him. The new
work wilt be from the hands of Mr.
M. J. Lorraine. Mr. Lorraine is a
member of the American Society of
Civil Kiigineers. Ho is a man who
has roughed it a great deal and since
ihe early eighties haB spent his life
in Western America largely engaged
in ihe Construe lion of transcontinental railways. As a hobby he has spent
much of his holidaying in travelling
rivers from their source to tho sea,
having had exierlei.ee in some of thc
rough wa ers tir tho Yukon for Instance. By the merest chance it bo
happens that Mr. Lorraine also resides near Pasadena, California- Mr.
Freeman mado tho trip In 'the year
1920, while Mr. Loaralne's was in 1921,
With Mr. Lorraine, however, there
have heen no frills. Ht- came quleth'
up by himse'f to Canal Flats, there
built himself a small boat ol the dory
type from lumber which he purchased
at Wardner. She is a craft but 17 feet
long nnd l\i. fo t beam. With this and
by himself, a man over six y yearB
of age. he started out. Ho had his
own little camping outfit with him
and relied partly on his gun aud partly on what, he took along with him
for Ids daily sustenance. He left Canal Flats on tho thirteenth of June,
passed here a day or two after and
taking n short rest entered -the Columbia river at Athalmer and was off
on his perilous, lonely journey. He
reached the mouth of Ithe Columbia
river un the Rh of November of this
year after a venturous journey in his
small skiff of some HOO odd miles
This is .he first authentic journey that
has even been made according to the
annals of man by any person in one
continuous journey from the source
of the Columbia river lo Its mouth.
Many a traveller has gone over parts
of it and David Thompson in the year
isio made -the entire distance from
lho source to the mouth, only part ot
ft he made by first going down s.ream
and the balance by going up stream.
To Mr. Lorraine is certainly due Uio
credit, of making tho first continuous
journey and this by himself, over the
whole surface of the Columbia river.
To give somo idea of what this means
it is only necessary to say '.hat In It
he shot 104 rapids, thirty-five in Canada and f>'.. In the United StaT.es, many
of these are known to travellers ns
being the nios. dangerous in river
navigation on the continent of America. In thoso may be cited our
own Surprise Rapids, tho Dca'.h Rapids north of Hevelstoke and others
less  famous.
Upon reaching his destlmatlon the
small craf: In which Mr. Lorraine
made his Journey was purchased from
him by tho city of Astoria, Oregon,
and now rests in the city park as n
permanent remembrance of ..he journey.
The book whicli he is now writing
will be fully Illustrated and thc narrative will be the re-Mil: of daily writings made on his passage to tho sea,
It will be named "The Coliuiftdn Unveiled."
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Aspirin lu handy tin boies of 12 tablets, nnd In bottles of 24 and 100.
Aaplrin It* lhe trado mark (registered
iu Canada) of Bayer Manufacture of
Monoacctlcacldcster uf Sallcyllcacld*
While It is well known that Aaplrin
means llnyur manufacture, to assist
tho public against imitations, the Tablets of Bayer Company will be stamped wltb tholr general trade mark, tbe
Mayer  Croas."
Hurry mother! Even a sick child
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prevent a Blck child tomorrow. If
constipated, bilious, feverish, fretful,
has cold, colic, or If Ihe stomach Is
sour, tongue coated, breath hnd, re
member n good cleansing of tho llttlo
bowels ts often all that In nccossnry.
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trlvance drops just uu Inch every time
it swings, coming nearer and nearer
the helpless victim, Diuty O'Sulli-
viiu, a newsboy, und his Chinese
friends, however, bring about a rescue, nml the girl ls restored to her
father and lover.
"Acting that scene was tho most
nerve-racking experlenee I have ever had," said Miss Daw. "1 know everything would como out all right, but
Just 10 look at that thing would give
mo cold chills,-. I bellovo I went
through all the sensa.lous of a drowning person, because it seems as if
I thought of everything I Iiad done.1
LAND   ItttUISTKY   ACT
(Section 227)
IN TIM: MATTI.lt OF APPLICATION
.NO. 11178-1
AND
IN T'.i: MATTKK OF LOT I, BLOCK
II. Ol*' LOT IH2- (.1(0(1' I, MAP 1181,
KOOTENAY JHMTKHT
TAKE NOTICE ...hat the abovo application has beeu mado to register
Herman P. Abels as owner in fee of
the above lands, and for the issue to
he said Herman F. Abels of a Certificate of Indefeasible Ti-.Io thereto,
and tha. in support of such application
tliere htfk been produced a conveyance dated 32nd July 19S0 from the
Baynes bake Land ('ompany Limited,
whose title is subject to certain con-
1 racls for sale (Inter alia) set forth
■ n the -schedule hereto and which con-
bracts are unregistered ln this office.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
that registration will be effected In
pursuance of the abovo application
and a Certificate of Indefeasible Title
to the .-aid lands, issued to the Said
Herman F. Abels free from such unregistered contracts after tlie lapse of
thirty days from the service upon you
respectively of this notice (which servlco upon you respectively may be
effected by publication hereof for two
weeks In the "Cranbrook Herald"'
Newspaper) unless you respectively
or your respective legal representatives Bhall take and prosecute the proper proceedings to establish your respective claims, if nny, to the said
lands or to prevent such proposed action on my part.
Thc Schedule above referred to:
Contract >'o. 12 in favor of L. A. P.
Smith and E. B. Smith covering Lot
5, Block 81, Map 1181.
Contract Xo. B8 In favor of D. W.
Hart covering Lot 4, Block 28, Map
1181.
Contract No. 80 in favor of F. M. E.
Venablea covering Lot 6, Block 27,
Map 1181.
Contract No. 113 in favor of E.
King covering Lot 7. Block 32, Map
1181.
Contract No. 1(12 in favor of J. C.
Abels covering Lot 2, Block 31, Map
1181.
HATED at the Land Registry Office,
Nelson. H-C, this 10th day of November. A.D. 1921.
E. S.
STOKES.
Registrar
L   A. P. Smith
n. B, Smith
D. W. Hart
F M. K, Venablea
B, King
J- C. Abels.
STAIt GETS DROWNING
SENSATIONS IX  FILM
Marjorie Daw, who will bo seen In
a leading pnrt in "Dln.y," at the Star
on Friday nud Saturday of next week.
declares she went through the most
squeamish experience of her career
■luring ihe making ot that film.
She plays tho pari of Ruth' White-
ley, daughter of a judge, who has Incurred the wrath of "King" Dorhk
a Malay half-breed, and leader of a
gang of highbinders. This scoundrel
kidnaps the Judge's daughter nnd
pltuiH n terrible revenge for -Uio sentence of his soil- Sho Is strapped to
11 table under a swinging pendulum
with a ruior edge.    The flandiah coo-
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You will feel ono thousand per cent
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and get n Iwltlo of Rediuac. Sold by
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LAND   REGISTRY   ACT
(Suction --Tl
IN THK MATTKK Uf A1TI.II ATION
NO. 111.1*1
AND
IK TIIK 1IATTKII OF COT t, BLOCK
SI, Of LOT 11)2, lilt.H I- I, WAV 1181,
KIMITKNAY   DISTRICT
A.D.  1..1.
~
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STOKES.
Registrar.
1.  A. P. Smith
II. P. a:, la
1.   King
r   It. r..   ■    •
D, W. ii.ii\.
«M6
TAKi; NOTICE Chat the ubove application hae been mode to register
John O' Abels as owner In fee of
he abovu lands, and for tho issue to
lio Bald John C. Abels of a Certificate of Indefeasible Title thereto,
and '.hat. in support of such application
there haa been produced a conveyance dated '22m\ July iu:t) from tho
Baynes Lake Land Company Umlted,
whoso title is Bubjedl to certain coa-
-raeu for salo (Inter alia) set fori':.
in the schedule hereto aud which con-
racta tire unregistered in this office
AM) FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
that registry Ion will be effected In
pursuance of tho above application
and a Certificate of Indefeasible Title
to -.hp said lands, issued to the Said
John C. Abels free from such unregistered ocntracts after the lapse of
thirty daya from the service upon you
respetJ.ively of this notice (which service upon you respectively may be
effected by publication hereof for two
weeks in the "Cranbrook Herald'*
Newspaper) unless you respectively
or your respective legal representatives shall take and prosecute the proper proceedings to establish your respective claims, if any, to the said
lands or to prevent such proposed action on my part.
The Schedule above referred to:
Contract No. It In favor of L. A. P.
Smith and E. B. Smi:h covering Lot
j,  Clock 81,  Map 1181.
Contract Nn. 101 in favor of H. F.
\bels covering Lot 1. Block 81, Map
1181.
Contract No, llll in favor of E. King
covering Lot 7. Block 82, Map 1181.
Contract No. IiS in favor of C- R-
Bennett, covering Lot 5, Block 32,
Map 1181.
Contract No. 118 In favor of D. W.j
Hart; covering Lot 3, Block 31, Map
1181.
DATED at the Land Registry Office,
Nelson, B.C., this 10th day of Novem-
[>   Mil.  M \ ITER OF THE
MECHANICS LIES ACT
ar.d in r;.' matter of
l.  II*   DEZALL,   Plaintiff
\M»
-i IXL11 Ql UFPB, Defendant
uhp.:!". ■       ■ ley Quaiffs  is   founder ligned for tho sum
of $0.55 ■■•■ and material
::  of B Ford mot-
I)   months have
said   ram  should
and default has been
ereof,
Ni/na: LS HEREBYe GIVEN that
tay of January. 1922, at
. ;' H. Detail in the City
nbrool   In the province of Bri-
at the hour of 10.30
ltd Pord motor car will be
* 1 ublic auc'.ion.
Dated at Cranbroolt. this 13th day
ember, 1921.
12-44 F* H. DEZALL.
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Tho difficulties of importing field
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this country uuudl.tou** of null and
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THE COm'OltATlON OF THE
CITY OK CltANBUOOk
BY-LAW NO. 201.
mmmtmmy Adolph ZllfcOP    pP-?SCIlt8  —i     '       ..
"Experience
JL WITH
Richard Barthelmess
-Youth'
THE lure of life and all its caressing
voices.
The way of the world with one who has
turned to tlie left.
The hand of love, lifting a broken soul
to happiness.
Shaped into swift-rushing drama that
moves with   hundreds  of players
through scenes of tingling realism.
A GEORGE
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PRODUCTION
Ct g>ammounl Qiclura
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At tho ilex theatre Wednesday and
Thursday when "A Nest of Knaves,"
tho sixth episode of the fascinating
Cleorgo li. Seltz-Pathe serial, "The
Yellow Arm," will be shown, every
ounce of your admira;lon will be
Btlrred by the quick-thinking and the
courage of Marguerite Courtot and
Stephen Carr, as Doris and Jeck Bain,
respectively.
,As shown lu the las_ previous epl-
j Bode, Doris and Jack are finally kidnapped hy tho Iwo emissaries of tlu
Frame's Bread Is GO0P Bread
His Pies, Cakes
and Pastry are
made In a tasty
manner which
Invites the mosl
exacting per-
son to call
again, at
THE HOME ISAKERY
I'hone 87
Norbnrj Are.
Oriental provinces of Pai-Shul, tho
country of their grandmother. Thej
High Priest is plo.ting a revolution
and the .placing on the throne of Dor-
Is and Jack.
While waiting for a Chinese merchantman to bo ready for sailing, tho
children are held prisoner in a squalid room at Ocean port. Their skin is
s:ained, their garb Is Chinese, and
they are taught the language and customs of Pal-Shul. They have even
learned to mark their feelings in the
inscrutable way of the Crlnese.
But in spite of the close watch kept
over them, and tho danger ;hey run
in tricking -their captors, thoy get
word to their father, Joel Bain, who
for montlis has left no stone unturned
lu his search for his children. !
Thc suspense of these scenes ls
tremendous, and the climax, in which
Joel Baino and Suzanne Valette attempt to rescue the children, is one
of the tensest in the entire serial-
Nineteen before she had even touched snow! To people in tho west
it would seem incomprehensible that
anyone could havo lived to the ago
of nineteen without becoming acquainted with tho mantle of whiteness that makes winter a delight to
children and often a trial to their elders. But such was really the case
with Bebe Daniels, thc young star,
whose latest comedy-drama, "Ducks
and Drakes," will open at the Star
Theatre next Monday. She was born
at Dallas, Texas, and lived most of
her llfo there and in Las Angeles.
''The only snow I had ever seen was
that far away 011 the mountain tops,
suys Miss Daniels. "Therefore, you
can Imagine I was very glad when, on
the last day of our 'location' trip at
Big Bear Valley. 8,000 feet up in tho
mountains, a real blizzard began. We
had gone up -there to rilm certain
scenes for "Ducks  aud Drakes."
While snow is one thing that would
scarcely be associated with the An-
daluslan beauty of Bebe Daniels, bearing In hor veins the blood of cavaliers
of Seville. "Ducks and Drakes" ls no
; dangerous Spanish love Idyll, hut a
i mllo a minute modern farce tliafgires
Miss Daniels splendid opportunities
In one of those "good little bad girl"
roles which Is peculiarly suited to her
dashing personality.
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and that of Montreal as 758,045.
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A PJiamount Picture
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We appreciate the patronage extended
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A By-Law to provide for the bor-
rowlng of Forty Thousand ($10,000*00)
Dollars for the purpose of er-ectlug,
equipping und furnishing u Public
School,.
WHEREAS lt la expedient to borrow
the sum of Forty Thousand ($40,000.-
00) Dollars for the purpose aforesaid.
AND WHEREAS tho amount of rateable land and improvements of the
City, according to the last Revised
Assessment. Roll is one million eight
hundred and eighty-three thousand
one hundred ami seventy-five dollars
($1,888,175.00).
AND WHEREAS It will bo necessary to raise annually tho BUM of ono
thousand three hundred and flf.y dollars ($1,350.00) i<i form a Sliiklui;
Fund for (the payment of the debt, and
tho sum of two thorn-ant', six hundred
($8,000.00) Dollars for tho payment of
lulerosL thereon, making iu all tho
sum of Three thousand nine hundred
and fifty dollars ($8,060.00) Aa be
raised annually tor the payment of tlie
debt and Interest.
AND WHEREAS Iho prosont debenture Indebtedness of the Clly of Cranbrook otlier than the debenture Indebtedness for works of local Improvement and for school .purposes Is three
hundred and forty-four thousand elgh:
hundred and eighty-five dollars and
fivo cents  ($344,885.05).
AND WHEREAS tho value of tho
wator and electric light systems own
ed by the municipal-! y amounts to the
sum of one hundred and eigrtty thousand, two hundred and five dollars and
fifty-three cents  ($180,205.5:1).
AND WHERRAS the said sum of
Forty thousand ($40,000.00) Dollars is
the amoui»; of the debt which this By-
Law is intended to create.
NOW THEREFORE the Municipal
Council of the Corporation of the Ciiy
of Crnnbrook In Council assembled,
enacts as follows: —
1- I: shall and may be lawful for
the Mayor of the Corporation of the
City of Cranbrook to borrow money
upon the credit of the said Corporation by way of debentures hereinafter
mentioned from any .person or persons, body or bodies corporate, wbo
may bo willing to advance, the same
as a loan, a sum of money not to exceed in the whole the sum of Forty
thousand ($40,000.00) Dollars, and *:o
cause all such sums so raised or received to be paid into the hands of
the Treasurer of tho said Corporation
for the purpose and with the object
hereinbefore rect.ed.
2.* It shall be lawful for the Mayor
of the said Corporation to cause any
number of debentures to be made, ex*
ecu ted and issued for such sum or
sunn as may be required for tlie .purposes and objects aforesaid not exceeding, however, Ithe sum of Forty
thousand ($40,000-00) Dollars, each of
the debentures being of the denominn
tion of not less than One hundred
($100.00) Dollars and all such doben
tures shall be sealed with lhe seal of
the Corporation and s'gned by the
Mayor and Treasurer thereof.
3. Tho Debentures shall bear date
of the fin*; day of March 101.2 and shall
be made payable on the lst day of
March 1942 In lawful money of Can
nda at the office of the City Clerk of
the City of Cranbrook. in Crnnbrook
aforesaid, whlcb said place of pay
ment shall be designated by the said
debentures, and shall bave attached *.c
them coupons for .payment of Interest,
and the signatures to ithe said coupons
may be either written, stamped, printed or lithographed.
4. The said Debentures shall bear
Interest at the rate of six and one half
(fi%*7t) por centum ,per annum -from
the date thereof which interest shall
be payable annually at the said office
of the City Clerk of ithe City of Cran
brook in Cranbrook aforesaid In lawful money of Canada on the lst day of
March during the currency thereof
and It shall be expressed fn said debentures and coupons to be so payable,
6. It shall he lawful for Uie Mayor
of the said Corporation to negotiate
and sell the said Debentures.
6. During the currency of the said
Debentures there shall be raised nnd
levied tn each year by special rnte
sufficient therefore on all the rateable
land or lands and Improvements In
the said Municipality the sum of Two
thousand six hundred ($2,1100.00) Dollars tor tho payment of interest on the
said Debentures and the sum of One
thousand three hundred nnd fifty Dollars ($1,350.00) for tho purpose of
croatlng a sinking fund for the payment of debt represented by the said
Debentures, making In all (he sum of
Three thousand nine hundred and f.f-
ty Dollar.-, ($3,050.00).
7. This By-Law shall lake effeol
on and nfter tho first day of May,
1922.
fj. This By-Law may he cited for
nil purposes as tho "School Debenture By-law, 1922."
Read a first, second and third time
on and after the first day of March,
Received the asson*". of the Electors
on tho 2&h day of December, 1921.
Reconsidered and finally passed and
adopted on the day of •
jWeiijotitst €hxm\)
11 a.m.—Divine Service.
12 noon, Sunday School.
7.3U p.m.—Divine Service.
Preacher, Hev. R. W. Lee
Everyone is t'oriliully Invited to These Services |
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OFFICES, SMI.I.T1NU AND BUFININO DEPARTMENT
TIUII,,   1IKITISII   UOLDMBU
SMELTERS AND  REFINERS
Purchasers of Oold, Silver, Copper nud Lead Ores
Producers of (Juld, Silver, Copper, milestone, IMg Lend and
Zinc   "TADANAC"   Brand
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OV   C1UMM0OK
MUNICIPAL HUKCTtON
CANADIAN
Pacific
II. A. McKOWAN
JOS. WOODMAN
J. H. SPENCE
W. P. ATTMDGE
TAKE NOTICE that tlie above Is a
true copy of Uie proposed By-law up-
•Mi which the vote of the Electors will
be taken on tbe 12th day of January,
1922, ln the Municipal Buildings, Norbury Avenue Cranbrook, B.C., between the hours of 10 a.m. and 8 p.m.
(local time).
T. M. ROBERTS,
Dec. 27th, 1921. C.M.C.
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to t....
he Electors of thu Municipality of the  ISfl'
Corporation »>t Hie City of Crnnbrook,
that l require tlie presence of the said
Electors at the Municipal Ofllce of the
Corporation of iiie City of Cranbrook.
Norbury Avenue, Cranbrook, B. C, at
i  p.m.   (local time)  on the Oth day
of January, lfl"2; for the purpose of
electing persons to represent them In
.'Se Municipal Council, as Mayor and
Aldermen, and for the purpose of elec-1
[ing persons to represent them as I'o
lice Commissioner and School Trustees.
The mode of nomination of Candl-l
da es  shall  be as follows:
The Candidates sliaii bo nominated
in writing; the writing shall be sub-1
scribed by two voters of the Municipality as proposer and seconder, and
ahall be delivered to the returning officer nt any time between the date of
Uiu Notice and 3.00 p. m. (local time)
of the day of the nomination; the
said writing may be in the form numbered 5 in the schedule of the Municipal Elections Act, r.iiil rhnll state tho
name, residence, nnd occupation or
description of each psraon proposed,
m such manner as siiiftclently to Identify -such candidate: and In the event
o{ a poll being necessary, tuch poll
will bo opened on the 12th day of January, 1922, at the Municipal Building,
Norbury Avenue, Cranbrook, B. C,
between the hours of 10.00 a.m. (local
lime) until S.00 p.m. (locnl time,) of
which every person is hereby required to take notice and govern himself
accordingly,
The qtiallfication by law required to
he possessed by the candidates for the
offlce or offices mentioned above are
i ■• follows:
FOlt MAYOR, ihe per&on qualified
o hr nominated tor and elected as the
Mayor of any City shall be any person
who fs a British subject of the full
age of twenty-one years nnd not dis-
quulliled tinder any law, and has for!
iho six months next preceding the
day of nomination being the registered i
owner. In the Land Registry Office, i
Df Land or Real Property iu the Ciiy
(if the assessed value, on the last Municipal Assessment Roll, of One thousand ($1,000.00) dollars or more over
iind above any registered Judgment
or Charge, and who is otherwise duly
iualifted as a Municipal Voter.
FOK ALM.101AN, the person quali-
;';. d to be nominated for and elected
as the Aldermen of any City shall be
any person who is a British subject
of tho full age of twenty-one years
and not dlsqualilied under any law,
and has for the six months next preceding the day of nomination being
the registered owner, in the Land
Registry Olllce. of Land or Real Prop*
erty In Uie City to the assessed value,
on the last Mun icipal Assessment
Roll, of Five Hundred ($500.00) dol
lars or more over nnd above any reg*
Istered Judgment or Charge, and who
is otherwise duly qualified as a Municipal  Voter.
FOR POLICE COMMISSIONER, lho
person qualified Co bo nominated for
and elected us the Pollco Commissioner of any City shall be nny person
who la a British subject of the full
ago of twenty-one years and not disqualified under any law, and has for
tho six months next, preceding tlie day
^ nominal Ion heing tun rogistered
owner, In the Land Registry Office, of
Land or Ileal Properly ln tho City lo
the assessed value, on .(.ho last Municipal Assessment Roll, of Fivo hundred ($500-00) dollars or more over
and at«>vi' any registered judgment or
charge, and who Is otherwise duly
qualified as a Municipal Voter.
SCHOOL TRUSTEES, the persons
qunlillod to he nominated for and
elected ns School Trust ens for tho
Crnnbrook Municipal School Dislrict
shall be nny person being a British
subject of the full ago of twenty-one
years actually residing within tho District, ami having boon for tho six
months noxt preceding the date of
nomination the rogistered ownor, in
lho Land Registry Olllce, of I_and or
Real Property in tho City School
District ol tht assessed vulue, on the
last Municipal Assessment Roll, of
Fivo hundred ($.ri00.00) dollars or
more over and above nny registered
Judgment or Charge, and being otherwise qualified to vote at an Election
of School Trustees in tho said School
Dislrict, shall ho eligible to be elected
or to servo as a School Trueteo ln
such Citv School District
I UA.MtltOOK TRAIN TIMES
67 DAILY—To Nelaon, Vancouver, Spokane, etc. Arrive 12.10 p.
m.; leave 12.20 p.m.
.\U. 118 DAILY—To Fernle, Lethbrldge, Medicine Hat, Calgary, etc.
Arrive 4.10 p.m.; leave 4.20 p.m.
(ranbnmk,  IVjcllile,  hlmherlej Service»
No. 823—Leave 7.05 a.m.   No.884—Arrive 2.10 pm.
Cranbrook, Lake Windermere and
Uoldcn Serlvce!
Monday and Thursday, each week
-NO. 821, leave 9 a.m Wedneaday
and Quturday—NO. 821 arrlTS 3.36
p.m.
For  further   particulars  apply  to
any ticket ageu
J. K. PROCTOR,
District PaBBenger Agent, Calgary-
Montana Restaurant
Cigars, Cigarettes and Candy
Meals at All Boon
CRANBROOK STREET
Opposite thc Bank of Commerce
ISM™E!7'"-_|m,*ab,,'s
**-if;*-~>_iir./._aa(|
We Want
Immediate Nlilpiiicntn
of
MARTEN
MINK
OTTHK
HSIII.ll
Ship tot
A. .V E. PIERCE Co., Ltd,,
2110 I'rinrrss SI., \Vliinl|..*K
SB-BO
mAMI|-.l>Ok  tOTTAdK
IIONI-ITAI.
I'rlialii Nurnlni, Home
I.lcoiiHoil by Provincial Govt.
Maternity mul (lonoral Nur.lnc
Miirhiik- nnd Rest Cure, Hlglumt
Huforonci-H, ti ruin moderate.
A|i|il, Min. A. CrHHlurd, Metntn
AdilreHi. '-.union Ave. (-ranbrook
Phono 259 1*. O. Box 846
Olvon under my hand at Cranbroolt,
U.C.. thin 27th day ot December, 1921.
THOMAS M. ROBBRTS,
44-45 Returning Officer.
T-E.WJ.ft.
flood Floor, Pressing Rooms, Card Tables,
Kitchen, All Conveniences
SUITABLE FOR DANCES, MEETINGS, SOCIAL GATHERINGS OF ALL KINDS, BAZAARS, Etc.
TERMS REASONABLE
Por Prices and Otlier Particulars Enquire
TIIE STEWARD or SECRETARY, fl. W. V. A.
,'imasMti±:
******, Thursday* Dee. BOtli, 1921
T HE      C It A NB B0 0 K      HERALD
PAGE      FIVE
Toronto, Oat.—Tho growing Importance of Uio Canadian market to British exporterB la evidenced in tho recent announcement tho-! tho Robinson
Company, of I ondon, manutacturora
of Keen's Mustard, Reckltt'a (Overseas). Limited, manufacturers of blue-
lug, sllvo, polish, etc,, uud tliu Nug-
ge t Shoe Polish Company, Imve now
their own repreaentatleva here. Lurge
quantities of their products ure being received at Toronto warehouses
for Canadian distribution.
GOLDEN LAM) DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF EAST KOOTENAI
PROFESSIONAL CARPS
lMione 810 l*«0. Box 888
B. A. MOORHOUSE
a.m.i:.ir.. .i; ii.c.i,.s.
I'ltOV. I.ANIi SURVKVOlt
4 initlMixik     *      *      -     D.O.
f
i) it. \i. ,\. v i: it <i 11
DENTIST
CautpbolUllnnnliiR itltx-k
I'liona IT.    otili'i' Hourn
I) tu It!, I In ,'i ll.ltl.   Sills. II In I.
His. Green .** MacKinnon
I'liy-lilliliH mnl :in».'...!,.
Olllif   At   resilience,   Armstrong
Avootie
OFFK E IIOI'RS
Forenoons     9.00 to 10.00
Afternoon!   2.00 to A 00
Kvetllnm   7.30 to 8.S0
8ini.li.ri   -.80 to 4.30
I'lMNBROOK. S.C.
DR. P. II. MILES
DENTIN
Office In Hanson Block
OFF1CK HUUH8
9  to  12. a.m.
1   to    6  n.m.
CRANBROOK, B.C
F. M. MACPHEBSON
rndertnker
Phone 150
Hor-inrr Ue, nexl to City Hall
MOMENTS
CUIl'llEM,   4   RITCHIE
MOM'MKNTAI,   CO.
»lson
FOR PAINTING |
- AMI-
PAPER HAN (i INO
Etc
Telephone
JOHN GARD
Phone So. 409
Cranbrook,   .     .    . B. 0.
_— _i_w, ii   .mar'
NELSON BUSINESS COLLEGE
LEARN TO I'AIIN
Practical CommercUl Cnur»» In
Shorthand, Typewriting
Boottooplng,   .'oninwri-lnl   I.nw
1'enmnnslilii
Spelling
Commercial English anil
DAY   AND   NIGHT   t'l.ASSUS
Pot I'nrlleltlnls Aplll] III
C IV. TYI.KK, Principal
P. O. Ilex, II, Kelson, B.Q
LODGES AMI 80CIETIE8
(ItAMIHOOK
FAHMKItS' INSTITUTE
Itt'ltiilar  Heetln(
SH (IMI   NAT! RIIAV   n(  eaeh
tuor.U. iii t p.m. In iiie CItj Hall
WOMEN'S INSTITLT-l-K
Meeta In tlit
I'nrlali Hall
afternoon ot
nret Tuaida)
at 3 p m.
Prm  Mn.
Ooastfintlne
fiec-treiin: Mra, O. Taylor, - - Box 2DS
All lailtea co-illnllT ln»tteil
KMIII1TH OP  PYTHIAS
Crnknek. B. 0.
Meeta erery Tuesdaj at I n m In
the rratiraltr Hall
IS. A. Hill, CC.
H. L. Harrlaon, K.R. & S.
F. Rummer, M.F.
Vlaltlni brethren cordially tn
rlted te attend.
TAKE notico that Lionel Eilwal.1
Rubin Uootli of Allx, Alta., occupation Rancher, Intends to apply for permission to purcliu.- tut* iuli_v,1__ ders-
crlbed lamia: —
Commencing at a post planted at
tlie South west corner of Lot 1032.',.
(.'.roup I, Kootenay District; thence
North 20 chains; thence West 20
chains; thenco South 20 chains;
thence Uusi 20 chains to place of
commencement.
LIONEL EDWARD ROBIN BOOTH.
21st Noembcr, 1981. 42-50
TWENTY  YEAKS  AGO
Extracts from tiie Cranbrook
Horald  of  this  date,   1901
,r ,l.J M '.,.'_ If.,„ tlAsd IS f
Pyrex bakes hrend
1111 inch higher
These two loaves of liread
made of the same amount of
dough-—one in a metal pan, the
other io a Pyrex dish —were
baked in the same oven at the
same time.
Bake In Pyrex. Vou *ill b«
amazed to m;c how much better every
food cocked in Pyrex is.
t'a '.In mnny Pyrcx dishes. Tl. i
name Pyrex ii stamped on every
pieeo. We fruarantee that oven heat
will not bteak it. Buy your first dish
today.   It wilt last you a lifetime!
Patmore Bros.
SANITARY   nnd   HEATING
ENGINEERS
WHY   OPERATE J
stay 19th, 1920.
Ceylon, Bask.
Dear Mrs. Almas:
I hud very good results with "Hepa-
tola." I think I passed about 100 or
moro gall stones. I shall always tell
oi hers the help I received through
taking your treatment.
Mrs. Norman Powell.
Prico JO.50        Not sold by druggists.
MUS. GEO. S. ALMAS
230 4th Ave., S., Saskatoon,
Sank.   Box 1073, Phone 4856
40tf
POULTRY
Anconas. Single Comb
Cockerels from $7.50
Your  rooster  is   hnlf
the flock
Sec that it is  a  good
one
(Iff a lireil to la, strain
D. HALCROW,
llox ti*
BAPTIST CHURCH
PASTOR  W. T.  TAPSCOTT
WATCH-NIGHT  SERVICE,
Sn .unlay, at 11 pm-
SUNDAY  SERVICES
11 (i.iii.. Subject, "A Pastor's
New Yenr Wish."
II Cor. 13, 9
7...0 pm , Subject, "Stop, Ixwk,
Union — Enquire tho Way."
Jer. «, 10
12 noon. Sunday School.
THURSDAY, s p.m., Annual
Hu: in.**---   Meeting-
YOU ARE WBLCOHB
I. O. O. F,
KEY CITY LODGE, No. 49
Meets every
^Monday nlRht at
Clapp'a Hall.
Sojourning Oddfellowa cordially
Invited.
F. O. Morill.W. M. Harris, P.O.
Noble Orand.        nee. Bee.
FLAVOR
IS
NATURES
Tho pure, Rweet cream flavor
Of Pacific Milk Is due to two
factors; primarily it 1b tlie natural flavor which this wonderful dairying country gives to
milk.
Hut It Is also through an improved process ithat this flavor
in retained' You never find a
can of Pacific which tastes of
the  Uu.
PACIFIC MILK CO* LTD.
WW Drake -Street., Vancouver
FnclnrtesatAbboteford * Ladeer
The post offlce arid the expre-j-i to
broke ull previous* records in Cranbrook this ' :i ristmas.
The present outlook for au early
resumption of work at lho St. Eugene
mine, Moyie, ls not ut all bright. The
price of lead and silver has been Btea-
dily dropping and after tbe first of tbe
year the mine forte will be materially decreased.
H is reported that thtt Canadian Pacific Ruilway syndicui.e lia» secured
another group Of prospects adjoining
the iron properties at Kitchener. Four
more claims were purchased outright
for a prill1 understood to bave been la
the neighborhood of $96,000 cash.
The Fort Steele Mercantile Co., established lu East Kootenay four years
ago with John ^ink and J, 1'. Fink
in (barge reports extremely good bus-
ineSH, and tlie Craubrook storu, whero
tlie business is now*betng oentrolt»dj
Ih carrying at ithli time a stock in
the neighborhood of $50,000.
D. Newalll H. L. Ammil and 13.
Johnson, backed by a strong local
company, went out this week to open
up a section of Wild Horse Creek. C.
H. Pollen Ib president of the company
ud J. T. Laldlaw secretary
QUESTIONS AND
ANSWERS  ON
FORESTRY
j Ottawa.   They will bu glad to help you
' without nny charge
Q. In it not a tacl that Esparto
grafts, and o),her fibrous plants will
some day put the spruce tree out ot
business as a factor In paper making?
A Ofl-e man's guess is as good as
another's Nobody has made much
headway yet in finding a subsUtute
for wood for paper making, A spruce
log Is tlie most compact fnrm of fibre
yet found. H is easily transported
by floating, and does nol deteriorate
when stored for long periods
Q. How much of New Brunswick,
Nova Scotia. Quebec and Ontario re-
pr&setvtfl nnn-agricultural soil end
therefore adaped besl to the growing
of timber?
A. About, seventy per een . of New
Brunswick and Nova Scotia. Tiie percentage is higher for Quebec because
tho enormous territories of Ungava j
are Included, Kor Ontario about two
birds is non-agricultural bul excellent f '!■ the production of tree crops.
(.j I*. Canada losing more of iier
forests by fire than she is gaining
from new growth,
A Decidedly so, Ea i of the Rook*
leu the nalon's timber assets nro rapidly declining. Finest (Ires sweep
much larger areas than are touched
by lumbermen each year. Tills do-
geueratiov tendency of course, can
easily bo remedied by vigorous public
policies-
TIIE   WEATHER  BULLETIN
Q. Where can I obtain a good bulletin showing me how to care for the
bush tot on my farm,
A. Ask both :the Dominion Forestry Branch, Ottawa, and the Ontario
Forestry Branch, Toronto, for tlieir
special bulletins on 'this subject. They
are excellent.
Q. I am a Saskatchewan resident
and want to learn more about tree
planting for shelter bell; purposes.
A. Write the Tree Planting Division, Indian Head, Sask., for their free
book on "Tree Planting on the Prairies."
Q. I have five acres of woods at
my summer coft^ige in Quebec. Can
tliis be made self sustaining, I don't
want to destroy it but would like to
go; some revenue from it.
A. Put full particulars in a letter
to the Canadian Forestry Association,
Official thermometer readings at
Cranbrook.
Mln.     Max.
Dec  22   -7 8
Dec.   23      —1-3 5
Dec. 24   -18        8
Dec.   26      —7        6
Dec. 2C   —18        3
Dec. 27      2       10
Dec. 28     «       19
 *■»	
Marshall Neilan
* DINTYI
WESLEY BA
Coming to tho Star Theatre. Friday
and Saturday of next week.
For Sale
Two Heifers .... ?50 each
3 Head ot Horses . $50 ea.
3 Tons Hay $30 ton
Wagon    $25
Set Single Harness .. $25
Saddle Horse    $20
PLOW,  BUGGY  AND
CHICKENS
House and Furniture,
T3ed, two Stoves, Chairs,
Etc  $1,000
And many   other   articles
too numerous to mention.
— Apply —
CAItLO flRAFFE,  Owner
Hov 71,   Cranbrook, B.C.
Marshall Keilan Production  T
"DINTY" wibh  Wesley barry
■':^*W
At the Star Theatre Friday an il Saturday nexl week, Jan. ij-7.
Toronto, Ont.—There aro 175,000
ritrms tn tiio province ot Onlarlo, according to un estimate of tlie lirovln-
□In! ilejiurtmcnt or agriculture. Tho
value of farm lands, buildings, Improvements and Uvefi.ock ls fully
$1,700,000,000. Ill tho value of field
Tops for 1818, Ontario with $363,909,-
778, exceeded ln value any of tlie oth
er provinces Of the Dominion. In 1019
tho value of field crops, acordlng to
'.lie Bureau of Statistics, was $373.-
507,000.
North Sydney, Nova Scotia. — Ten
thousand dollars waits in Lunenburg
for tho Boston schooner Mayflower if  finally tholr sea-going Qualities.
she can win a 2,000 mile ocean rtu-e,
with cargo, against the Bluenose, of
Luni bur according to a declaration
re by Captain Roger Conrad,
commander of tho Lunenburg banker
Hubert Wallers. Such n iaunt, the
would te^t the vessole
In all varieties of weu her and decide
WOOD
for Sale
SATISFACTION
GUARANTEED
— I'hone —
Hern's Ranch
immm+sw*ssstmsmt
Mesi
Messrs. Gardner & Rouse
HAVE TAKEN OVER THE WKNTWOKTH HOTEL
AND ARE NOW IN A POSITION TO HAVE A LIMITED NUMBER OF STEADY BOARDERS AT THIS
REASONABLE   WEEKLY  PRICE  OF  $10.00  PER.
DEL CAFE
New Year's Special
Goose and Turkey Dinner $1.00
ss*y*m uHftm ttie*** m*\fmn ttltftm mtsjAmt
Some Specials in Rubbers
WHILE THEY LAST
REAL SAVINGS REPRESENTED HERE
Lnmbermen's Gum Rubbers, from   $2.70 up
. Boy's Rubbers, all sites 1-5, per pnlr    00c -5
f Misses' Rubbers, all sizes 11-2, per pulr    85c
FULL STOCK IN ALL LINKS OF RUBBERS
CRANBROOK EXCHANGE
I W. F. DORAN -        . ARMSTRONG AVENUE
B>^,,w|ii>f|^»^fV|^^ii>w^^fc,^-*<<Vi^,'^''"|<<i>
i
A Grand Old Sea Empress
s
-
»Vi;*   .    . ,:^F~'rT~~^:".T-^. ' " —*~^V* -""..'•« ■ ■    -aE^T j
***** ~i""SSB£-i -iS-j -
v^r •■•*■.■■
:-' A
: '*&■
When the Empre.ss of Japan sailed
from Vancouver for Yokohama,
Kobj, Naeaaaki, Shanghai and Hone
Kong a snort time ago, she started
on her one hundred and fifty-fifth
voyage. A voyage in steamship
parlance is a round trip, or, in other
words, until the ship returns to her
home port again. The distance from
Vancouver to Hong Kong is 7,291
miles, or a total of 14,582 miles to
be covered on each voyage. When
the Empress of Japan arrived at the
port of Vancouver, she established a
record for Trans-Pacific voyages.
With the completion of her one hundred and fifty-fourth voyage, the
Empress of Japan had covered 2,-
500,000 miles in the Canadian Pacific
service, or equal to nearly one hundred times around the globe. In
computing this record, there is not
-taken Into her account her four
vpars' war service.
The Empress of Japan was b*aflt
at the yards of the Naval Construe-
tion and Armaments Company at
Barrow-on-Furness, &nd arrived at
Vancouver in 11:91. Sho is a s'.e?!
twin-screw steamship, three ousts,
two funrels, of 13,000 tons, is 466.8 ft
in length, ."1.2 ft. ir. brea-J.h, and
38.1 ft. in depth, 100 A-l according
to Lloyd's Register, ar.d is noted j
or her trim yacht-like appearar.ee. I
She has enjoyed greater popularlfty j
luring her entire career than z'~ -*.
iv of the smaller class of steam- j
ships on either the Atlantic or I
Pacific.
For thirty years the Empress of;
-Japan has boen in constant service
without a single mishap to mar her;
record.    Although  in  her day  iht
. considered the finest of her type .
afloat, and f<ir two decades wai j
yuc-en   of   the   Pacific/'   she   re- k
I Inq-tUahed tha; honor only when th*
' --eedier   ar.d   laxyK   Empresa   off
-:..._. £_.i Empress cf Aiia wert
a to the Canadian Pacific flea-t
j ct^eer. Vancouver and tke Orient.
|    ': :s a tribute to the builders of
ithe  early  dan  when  it is  knows
the ships original boilers art
HU in her hull and doing good sor»
rice.   Ir. fact, the Empress of Japaaf
:..'. niair.tiiris a speed of 16H knots
«n hoar, and or. October 6 she made
187 miles in the twenty-four boor
period.     The    Empress    of   Japes
npHshed   the   last   trip   from
Yokohama to Vancouver in a little
less than 12 days, allowing for the
.-..ar. day.   Some of  the  crack
American :ir.er= which have recently-
er.tered the Pa-;fic service art co*»
littered to have excelled theraselva
when   they   cover  the  distance
from l-i to 15 days.
1922
1922
May this New Year
Bring to You and
Yours Untold Happiness is the Sincere
Wish oi
MeCREERYBros.
CUAMIHOOK'S l)HY (100118 AMI CLOTHING STORE page   six
*HE      CRANBROOK      HERALD
Thursday, Bee. 99th, 1921
I
I -Ziiy Items of Interest
Insuro with Beale aim El well.
+    +   +
Tungsten Lamps— iii und 25 watt,
45c; -to aud &u watt, SQCJ 100 wait Nitrogen,  $1*25,    our low prices  win
every time. W. P. DORAN.
.,.    4.    +
Holiday skating nt the Cranbrook
Recreation Club Rlnk — ice In fine
shape — come along.
Greatly reduced pricos on all Dolls,
China, Ivory, Toys, Etc.
Illinium's Drug Store-
The regulur monthly meeting of the
Womens'   Institute  will  be  held    on
1 Tuesday, January Sord, In che Pariah
Halt -at 3 p.m. Thia being the first
meeting ot the year election of officers
for the year 1922 Will take place and
anuual reports submitted.   A good u.-
j tendance of members is expected- Musical program.
. Eocal news.
!	
To All:
The Compliments of the
Season and Best Wishes for
Bright and Happy New Year
Vours for MORE HARDWARE BUSINESS,
DELANY & SINCLAIR
Plione 84
F. 0. Box 021
Whal to Eat for
Christmas
and
I  New Year
Cream Apple Pie
Try I hem to lie convinced of tlieir quality
Real Scotch Shortbread
CHRISTMAS CAKES
AND CONFECTIONERY
OI* EVERY DESCRIPTION
A  VISIT TO US WILL HELP TO SOLVE THE
— BIG    VULETIDE    PROBLEM —
The
HOME BAKERY
It.   E It A M E.   Prop.
Niirliury Avenue        ....        Phone 87
/~\ur hopes are that all the
people of Cranbrook and
vicinity will experience a very
happy  and prosperous New
Year.
W. D. Hill
The Ladies Wear Store
Try the skating at tho new C. H- C
rink       Good ice for holiday bkatlug.
Mr. Jack Taylor .spent the ClirWt-
Dius holiday home at Moyle.
J. B. Haslam waa a visitor over the
Christmas holiday at Pernio.
Mrs. Lionel Leask, who was last
week removed .o the St. Eugene Hospital has recovered sufficiently to return to her home this week.
Dr. and Mrs. P, U. Mile*, nre spending the New Year's holiday In Spokane with friends.
(.arl Mnckay returned from
Vancouver last week-end and- is visiting at his homo here over tlie holidays.
A Wutehnlgh', service will ho held
In the Baptist Church on Saturday
night or thlB week, Now  Year's Hvfl,
A: 11 p.m.i refreshments will be Borv
oil in tho church   pallor,  following
which tho Service Will bo held-
Mrs. A. L. McDermot, of Vimeoii
ver, tho only daughter of the late
Charles Mugeo and Mrs. Magee, arrived this weok and attended tho funeral
of Mr. Magee, on Wednesday.
Therei wero something ovor fifty
couples in attendance at thc annual
Golf Club Dance held on Monday ov*
(**iug at tlie Parish Hull, and a very
enjoyable tinio is roporl ed by those
participating. Tho Crnnbrook Danco
Orchestra supplied tho music.
After Christmas Specials — see onr
windows. Haslam's Drug store.
Special meetings of the school
board and city council were held thl;
weok in connection wtth the school
loan by-law whicli Is shortly to be voted on. The school hoard arc going
to lenve no stone unturned to got tho
bylaw through, realizing its Importance, though thoy are expecting sonic
little opposition to develop to the mea-
uro-
Supporters of tho Farmer-Labor
movement are holding a social gathering and rally In tho G- W. V. A.
Hall, on Wednesday evening of nex.
week, January 4th, to whicli all
friends nre Invited. Members of tho
ladies' auxiliary will provide refreshments.
Fresh home mado Candy for Mew
Year's Day, 75c per lb. box.
Haslam's Drug store.
Preparations have been going on
In great s.ylo for the annual taill of
tiio B. of II. T. and tho L. A. to lho
B. it. T., which takes place In the
Auditorium on Friday evening of this
week, and everyone lookB for just ns
good a time as usual at this big function, whicli Is saying a good deal
Two rinks of curlers wiio went to
Pernio this week failed to bring home
the bacon in the shape of the Fleishman cup, which seems to have found
a pretty stetdy abiding placo there.
Messrs. George Hogarth and W. \f.
Cameron were the skips, and the
players who accompanied them were
Messrs. Jno. Martin, c. J. Little. W.
D. Gilroy. Dr. MacKinnon, F. M. MacPherson and N. A. Walllnger.
Tiie Cranbrook Lawn Tennis Club
are holding their annual dance nt the
Parish Hall on Friday, January 13th.
Admission will be gentlemen $1.00, ladles 1.0c. Music by Crnnbrook Danco
Orchestra. Refreshments will be served.
Try the Ice at the C. R. C. rlnk —
li.'s fine.    Skating now in full swing.
Tho W. A. of Christ Church will
hold a tea at tlie homo of Mrs M. A.
Bealo on Priday, January Cth.
Chas- Schnicdor, wife and (laugher, of Lethbridge. passed through tbe
city this woek, making a short stay i
here. Mr. Schuieder .ins sold out hlsf
welding business and machine shop
and Is looking for a now location In
this part of the province.
Members of Cranbrook, Port Steele
aud Kimberley Masonic Lodges gath-
red in this city ou Tuesday evening.
St. John's night, for joint installation.
Following the business part of the
proceedings a banquet was served In
tho -Masonic Hall.
Messrs. Gardener & Rouse uow announce that they have f.'.kon over tho
rooms-in connection with tho WouL-
worth Hotel, iu addition to running
the Del Cufu there, as is now gutting
to bu well known, Thoy aro prepared to Lako iu it li.ii I anl number ot
boarders, and guarantee good service uL both ends of (heir undertaking.
ll is said abut thoro is to be a big
provincial Liberal convention held at
the Coast next mouth, at which tho
situation a. Victoria Is to bu thorough
ly dlssootsd, and iiu* reorgentsation of
the cabinet given some consideration
it is even hinted tlmt tliu outcome may
be thu decision of Premier Oliver himself to reture from tliu government, in
Which caso there would hu a general
shaking up of portfolios, followed by
tho necessary series of by-elecions.
See us first for Boxed ChocolaU
Wp save you money. #
Haslam's Drug store.
The cheque for seventeen hundred
and sixty odd dollars received by the
city council from the provincial gov
eminent as its part of the liquor profits is a wjU)ciuo addition to the city
treasury nr this time. In cities wliere
it is applicable, first consideration is
given tho needs of the hospitals, but
uo definite stipulation is made as to
the spending of tho money other than
that It shall he sanctioned from Vic
oria.
Wllh tiio date for the civic elections
drawing near, tliere fs little definite
no report ou as to probable candidates. It is understood tiiat Mayor J.
A- Genest has intimated his willingness to run again for a third term,
and would probably mako a s:rong
showing against any other candidate
who might appear. The name of Al
dorman Santo lias also boen mentioned. For tho police commission,
Mr. A. C. Shankland, the retiring
member, is believed :o be willing to
accept nomination for a further term
of office, and other names are nlso
being talked of, though with what degree of finality remains *-o bo seen. In
connec.lon witii tie police commissioner-hip. it is worthy of note that
this year, for the first  time, a pro-
I o:*_\ qualification is required or
candidates, iho same as for aldermen.
spi.n.U. NEW YKAKS
SEKVICES AT METHODIST
nirmii sumiay next
11 a.m.-Divine Worship,
12 noon—Sabbath School.
7..!l) p.m Divine Worship, subject
'A N>-w Yenrs Message. Everybody
iti invited.
CHIMSTMAS HEHVICES AT
THE METHODIST CHURCH
WANT ADS.
STAR SECOND   11,1 Nil  STORE
Phone 9,
We pay the best pricos itolng for ell
kinds of furniture- We buy anything from a mouse trap to an automobile.
I
The services held in tlie MetliodlBt
Church on Christmas Day exceeded all
expectations. The church had been
most tastefully decorated. Motion
surrounded by framos of evorgieens
wero hung on the walls, speaking the
"message on the spirit of Christmas.
The organ front was tastefully docor-
s.tod with the flags of the various allied nations, whllo In tho ccntro of
tho organ front hung a large star Illuminated by twenty colored electric
lights. Tho whole-aspect was most
pleasing and effective.
At tiie morning service a splendid
program of solos, recitations and
choruses was rendered by n choir of
about sixty children. Without exception every Hem was rendered almost
faultless, an dsoldom ls lt thc lot of
any audience to listen to such a ser-
s that of Christmas morning, ll
OUR SINCERE WISH
POR A
BRIGHT AND  HAPPY
NEW YEAR
W.H. WILSON
JEWELER
Holiday skating at the Crnnbrook
Recreation club Hiuk — ice lu flue
•shape — como along.
The war memorial has arrived in
lhe city nnd*s now being put in place
on lho G. W, V. A. grounds.
Many guessors last out this wook
when the personnel of tho new Liberal government was given out A
feature of tho now cabinet is tho poor
^presentation of tho west.
Mr. Bailey, operator-manager nt tlie
Stnr* Theatre reportE that bo is planning a number of innovnious for the
interior of the theatre, among them a
now* automatic dimming lighting system, nnd other improvements which
will still further enhance tlte refined
atmosphere of the place.
was a service that will bo long remembered.
A (short address was given by tlie
pastor. In spite of tho fact that it
was Christmas morning the church
was well filled. In the evening tbe
choir gavo a rendition of the sacred
Cantata, "The Story of Bethlehem,
by J. E. West. From the beginning to
lho ond of the program great interest
was shown. The music of the cantata
is classical and difficult, but in spite
of tlie short time which the cliolr had
to practice, the work was well done.
The soloists did their work well*
Mrs. H. Kinghorn fK an artiste nf exceptional merit and her singing of the
recitatives and the solos was a groat
treat o music lovers. Mrs. Turner
sang woll the solo, "O'er Salem's
Plain," though this piece is really
set as a tenor solo.
Mr. Turner acquitted herself most
creditably in the recitatives and in tlie
singing of "Nazareth." Miss Eunice
Pnrrett maintained her reputation as
a most reliable and pleasing soloist
and with great effect sang the solo
"Tho Babe of Bethlehem."
The chorus work was well rendered;
ihe choruses "A Light from the Lend
Immortal" and "Rejoice Ye Nations.''
deserving special merit.
One of the surprises of the night
was the splendid solo sang by Mr. A.
Shankland, "Rejoice Yo Shepherds."
Mr. Shankland posses a rich baritone
voice, and much will be expected from
him.
The organist was Miss Alma Sarvis,
who performed most creditably.
jA short address on "The Message of
Christmas" was given by the pastor.
May The
NEW YEAR
Fill your cup of Health,
Happtness and Prosperity
to overflowing is our sincere wish.
AGENTS FOK WILMS PIANOS
SEE THE WILLIS PIANOS NOW HERE
PROGRESSIVE RALLY
and SOCIAL EVENING
will be held in the
C.W.VA Hall, Wednesday, Jan. 4th
at 8 p.m.
All friends of the Farmer-Labor Party are cordially
invited to be present.
— Ladies Auxiliary will provide light refreshments —
■"*■*■*■--—"■ item i ■      nm iiniiii
THE MANAGEMENT AND STAFF OF THE
STAR THEATRE WISH THE MANAGEMENT
AND STAFF OF THE REX THEATRE A HAPPY
AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR.
WE WISH TO APOLOGIZE TO OUR MANY
PATRONS FOll TIIE DISAPPOINTMENT CAUSED
IIY THE NON-ARRIVAL OF "THB FOX," MONDAY AND TUESDAY.
STAIt THEATRE .
Wishing you
and yours
c4 Happjr
New Year
The Cranbrook Trading Co.
Clean Sweep Specials
TWO DAYS ONLY
Beautiful Bohemian Water Set, regular price
$4.75, Special       fj.jj
Handsome Gold Embossed Berry and Table SctB,
regular price $0.00, Special per Set   $8.76
General Slaughter Specials
25 PER CUM' DISCOUNT OFF ALI, TOYS, GAMES,
BOOKS AMI STATIONERY PROM NOW TILL
NEW YEARS EVE
ROME OWNING Ih tiio mil bin
pleaauro In your llto unci In lirra.
Slur. now. Homo y_nrn uko wlion
you tllotlftllt    It   would l)n u Rood
lilt-a to Hlnrt buyi   wliat'a tlie
uso or liotillnK |tof*:mortem».
HokIii now to buy your bome.
A->k uh.
WE WISH YOU ALL
VERY HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
Ladies1 Specials
Beautiful All Wool Sweaters, rcg. $11.no, Special . $7.0.1
und
Si per cent Dim-mint on nll Hoys ToquOB and Sweaters,
and Olrls Tains, Toques and Sweaters
— EVERYTHING MUST OO AT ANV COST —
Come in and be convinced that we are offering good
value for your money.
THANKING ONE AND ALI, FOR YOUR
PATRONAGE DURING THE PAST YEAR
AND WISHING YOU A VERY PROSPEROUS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR.
MOFFATT'S VARIETY STORE

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