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Array THE CRANBROOK HERALD
Victoria
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VOLUME 18
CRANBROOK,   BRITISH COLUMBIA,
TIIl'RS, SEPTEMBER 14, 1910
NUMBER 37
CRANBROOK    HAS   THE   MINERALS   THAT   MAKE   THE   MONEY
FALL FAIR PRIZE LIST
Full Program of Sports Gives   People  Vulue for their Money
—ladles Make n Hit in the Null Driving Content.
Tho lossnns to In.1 loamotl from tills
ye'lli-'H fair will no doubt lie' of be-uoflt
to noxt yoar's dlreotorato, who ut
leant will not havo a provincial election to oontoinl with. Tin- iiliowlng o(
oxlitblts was lamentably omall, and,
as tlm e-ieior object nf uii agricultural
fair lie tin, bone-fit lo bo gained from
soolng what oihi-rs can produoo more
utti'iillim must In- glvon lo this ond If
the- exhibition la lo continue to bo u! -, I"'" ' * >
Buceoas. Tlio aporte won- good and | Bantams, A. 0, V
tlioso wbo attended the fair Theirs- let 1
SiiiKle- e'oiub Ite-dH, W. Ati-lilaon, cocle
1, hen 1 & 11. cockerel 1, pullet 1; W.
iiiaiii, cockerel u, pullet 2, pen i.
Robo Comb HodH—J. bevott, eieu-k 1.
lion l & *, eookerel l, i»uiioi I, pen I
UgbornB, a. 0, Whlto—W. AtoblBcn,
cook l ft 2, ben l ft 2, coekeroll I.
pullet I ft 2, pen 1 ft 2.
Mediterranean, a. a v.-W. Olbbe,
■ boi, 1 ft 2, coekeroll 1 ft 2, pullet 1 ft
R. Cooper, pnl
day afternoon wore' given ilu-lr inei-
ne-y's worth lu evory rospect The
Oranbrook Band gavo an enjoyable
program of music, and tbo only fea-
turo to nmr tho duy wns a regrettable
accident In one of the Indian horse
raoeiH when two horses collided and an
Indian wus badly injured. Ho was
taken to the Hospital unconscious but
was able to be out in a few days.
Tho races wero ull keenly contested
with some exciting neck nnd neck
finishes. An Item which caused much
amusement and interest was the ladles' nail driving contest. There were
over thirty entries In this, and the
ladles certainly proved their dexterity
with the hammer, much to the astonishment of some of the male section.
The attendance was unusually good
and the fair will be a success financially. Following is the prize list: :—
Horses :—Draft Horses — Stallion
any age, 1 W. E. Worden; brood maru
with foal, 1 ft 2, H. Edwards; foal of
1916, 1 H. Edwards, 2 it. A. Johnson;
3 year old filly, 1 W. E Worden: 2 yr.
old filly, H. E. Edwards; 1 year old
filly : W. E. Worden, 2 A. Nenzel;
team In harness, W. E. Worden; 2 yr.
old filly, R. A. Johnson; filly or gelding ln harness, W. E. Worden; standard bred registered stallion W. B.
Bardgett.
General purpose horse—Brood mare
with foal, 1 H. Edwards, 2 A. Nenzel;
foal of 191(1, 1 A. Nenzel, 2 H. Ed-
words; one year old filly, 2 W. E. Worden; team in harness, 1 W. E. Worden,
2 A. Nenzel.
Drivers and roadsters—1 year old
filly. 1 W. B. Bardgett.
Saddle Horses—Saddle bores 12^
hands and over 2 H. Edwards; saddle
pony 1414 and under, 1 W. B. Bardgett
2 Iko Burdgett.
Boys' and Girls' Competition—For
the best groomed and conditioned animal shown in halter or bridle. 1 0,
Clapp, 2 J. Patterson.
Cattle:—Shorthorn bull, 2 years or
over W, B. Bardgett: Shorthorn bull
Pokln Ducks—0. Sheppard 1 ft
lien, \V. Atchison.
School poultry section—(Prizes glv-
on by II. (', Poultry Asso.)—1 J. Noble-,
2 Marlon Barton, 3 Hugh McDonald,
4 Crossley Taylor.
Dressed Poultry it Kggs.—Best two
hens, heavy breeds, W. B. Black 1;
small breeds—best two hens, W. B.
Black; best two pullets or cockerels,
W. B. Black, best pair broilers (under
,1 lbs the pair) W. B. Black.
Eggs—Best doz. white eggs, W. B.
Black 1, W. J. Atchison 2; best doz.
dork eggs, J. Levett, 1, J. Gartside 2.
Pet Stock— Pigeons, fantalls, pair
Grey Moseley; Belgian Hares, pair,
Charles Clapp 1; rabbits, a. o. v., pair
Helen Worden 1, D. S. Brake 2.
Dogs:—Aledales 1 ft 2 E. Timmerscy
Bull Terriers, 1 Don Dallas; Collies,
1 Alice Reid; Spaniels, 1 L. C. Messenger; Fox Terriers, 1 ft 2 Freddy
Briggs; Pointers and Setters, 1 Mack
Kirkland; a. o. breed, 1 W. B. Block.
Fruit, Flowers aud Dairy Products-
Fall Apples—Plate of Duchess, 1 J.
Delmer; Wealthy, 1 F. Worthlngton, 2
J. Delmer; Fall Apples, a. o. v., 1. J.
Gartside, 2 J. Delmer; box of fall
apples, a. v. J. Delmer.   ,
Crab Apples—Plate of Hyslops 1 F.
Worthlngton; Transcendent, F Worthlngton ; a. o. v. Crab Apple, F. Worthlngton, 1 ft 2.
Pears—Plate of Bartlett, E. Ryekman 1 ft 2; Flemish Beauty, E. Rye-k-
nian 1: a. o. v. pears, E. W. Ryekman:
box of pears, a. v., E W Ryekman, 1
ft 2.
Plums— Plate of Burbank, E. W.
liyeiiinan; a. o. v. plum, B. VV. KycK-
man.
Flowers and Plants—Asters, 3 distinct colors, 1 Geo. Taylor, 2 Mrs. J.
Levett; Stocks, 1 G. Taylor, 2 Mrs. J.
Levett; Pansles or Violas, J. B. Hall;
sweet peas, 1 Anna McBnrney, 2 Mrs.
Geo. Taylor; Geranium, Mrs. A. McBnrney. 2 Mrs. J. B. Hall; a. o. v. flowering plant, 1 Mrs. R. J. Taylor. 2 Mrs.
Geo. Taylor; Fern, 1 Mrs. J. Caslake-.
over 1 year anil under 2, W. B. nard- * Mra' J' B- H»": »■ °- »■ to11"*" P1""
gett; Jersey bull, 2 year or over T. ' Ann" MccBurney, J. B. Hall: bon-
Austin. I'l'ie't e-ut flowers,   lMrs. J. n. Hall. 8
Anna McBurney; bouqeiet wild flowers and foliage. 1 Soreu Johnson. 2
Alice Held; a. o. v. cut flowers, 1 Mrs.
I J. B, Hall. 2 Mrs. J. B. Hall.
Butter—Throe l lb. prints 2 Norman
Hilton: crock dairy butter 1, X. McClure,
I   Honoy— Extracted honey 1 11. E.
Sainsbury.
Boys' nml lllrls Competition  - For
best calf under,', months, to have been
fed ami attended by exhibitor i X
Nenzell,
Sulne   Host sow. six montlis and
over   1   N.   Xe'lizi'll;   best   brood   sow
Wltll  liller  1  N.  Neil
prise.
Grade Hairy Cattle 2 typical dairy j
cows, l ft 2 T. Austin; typical 1 year;
old heifer, 1 T. Austin, helfter e-nlf un- j
der 12 months, 1 T. Austin, 2 Annie'
Vincent.
The llest type of dairy cow  Iregis-
tereel or grado) 1 J, Qartalde, 2 w.
Worili-n,
Vegetables and Roots l.ralos and
Onuiem- Vegetables and Roots—Best
collection of potatoes 0. Riches; tur-
: nips, table, Sore-n Johnson, turnips,
Seved,- S. Johnson; carrots, table F.
WorlhiiiKton. J. Levett; carrots, stock
Oil  and  special j  Levett, 2 Worthlngton; parsnips J.
Levett, F. Worthlngton; cabbage, late
Poultry,    Plymouth   Hocks,  barred,' R. n, oilln; corn, 8. Johnson, J. Del-
W. Atchison, 2eed for cock; I 8 2 lorImer; beet, table, round, N. McClure;
ben. 1 ft 2 for pullet. beet, sugar, F. Worthlngton, E. Boffin:
White Wyandottes   A.  A. Williams,' inniiKolels, J. Levett, T. K. Austin; e-el-
e-m-k  1. hen  I ft  2. cockerel  1. pullet 1 ory,  chong  choy;   chard  or  splnaeli
oe-kerel 2, pill   '
2, pell 1 ft 2; W, Black i
lit I.
Wyandottes, A. o. v
cockerol i. pullel 1 ft 2
j  Qartsldi
pell 1
be-e-t, J.  Levett;   BQUash, Chong Choy.
S Johnson; pumpkin. Qco. Taylor; 011-
cuniber. (able. Chong Choy, J. Delmer;
IContlnueil oei Page- 21
HKLfllAN HUH I
The, amount contributed to the Belgian Relief Fund has now reachod tbo
very cre-ditublc total or 14114 Sf, In 110
small measure Is tills spleinllil showing elm- lo lhe ve-ry generous i-nnlrl-
luillous soul In from lliue to time- by
the Klmborloy Miner*,' i'nion,  which
TENNIS  TOURNAMENT
The first rOUIld eif the- loe-ul Tennis
Tournament is niioeit completed ami
an oihl Kiuue In the MCOnd renind has
been played, The handicap committee
are- to be- congratulated upon their
good w-eirk In handlt-upplng the- play-
rs so us to put oil upon an even
SCIIIMII,   Illl.tIlll
leesl week sent In a check for $1211.00 bllg|„    T!|C ntvMt „r ,|R,|r very able
in addition to the provlous donations j work |1M ij,.,,,, BCC„ ln the cl0BC ,amM
by   them   Other   contributions  ore   „, „„, mttnnl ,„lcH.
Mr" Jl limis $l; '   A ''"''' *";'" Keen Interest is being taken by all
the members, and every event is being fought to tiie bitter end In a
spirit ot friendly, but none the les.i
determined rivalry.
A feature of the Tennis Club tbis
year is the number of new players
wbo arc rapidly acquiring considerable skill In the game.   Tennis Is a
A meeting of the School Hoard was
held Friday evening last, present
Chairman White ami Trustees Manning
and Wilson. The chief business was
tbo passing of necutints. Gn motion
of Trustees Wilson and Manning, Miss
Bcchtcl's salary was advanced f 5 per I sport which  requires skill, stamina
montii from August 1st In view of the
higher grudc of work now undertaken
by her.
Tho following accounts were passed:
Salaries amounting to »l2lili.f,S. City
Transfer J204.94, Cranbrook Drug ft
Book $11.ir,, Cranbrook Curtagc Mc,
II. C. Carr $13.45, F. ParkB $34, Kootenay Telephone Lines $3.(10, Jonen ft
Dorris $39,711, McCreery BroB. 36c, J.
Manning $1, Ira Manning Ltd. I'.rw, J.
D.   McBrldo   $3.76,   advertisements
Ii8.no.
Mr. VI. II. Really Is seriously III at
,.!■ borne ber.,.
and quick Judgment, and as an all
round exercise Is hard to beat. If the
interest now being manifested is sustained for another year, and the present members stay with the game,
Crnnbrook should be able to send a
good contingent to thc provincial
tennis tournament, and bc able tn
capture a share of the prizes.
A ladli-s Oddfellow lodge will be organized at Oolden.
Just US mines havo sent ore to the
Troll smelter this year 23 of which
are American and 71 Canadian.
sports pt rim
*1 0! 1'ilzi* Winners In Uie Various
Races im-l oilier Events ut
\t hlc tic Program
Die sports Thursday afternoon wen*
the LIk attraction at the fair tliis year
ant] some exciting Bport was furnished.
Tlio Indians helped very materially In
this pnrt (tf tin1 fair, and tlieir races
were all full nf vim and lUclit to the
riiiiuli Tiny iiImi dn] well in the
athletic events.   Following is the list
r prlxc-wlnnors:
Opon Race, '.. mile - Let Andrew
Ali.k (Jack), -.'ini A. ,1. Wliitc (Myrtlo
Bay); Horse race, '{• mile J. Michel,
(Jessie), A, J. Whlto (Berdlo Vincent;
Relay Race, 'L* mile -E. A, Stanley
(Simon), Edward Stanley; M- mile
dash, J yr. olds Alox, (Grace), E. A.
Stanley (Strainer); Squaw race—Mra.
Mary Joseph, Elizabeth; Teepee building- Sophy, Monica; preen race, local
horses and riders .1. Patterson, Rub-
sel St. Eloi.
Hoys S yrs. and under —A. McDonald, E. Leask, M. Leask; hoyH 14 yrs.
and under, 70 yds—M. Spence, C. St.
Eloi, V. Woodman; girls, 14 yrs. ami
under, tin yds.—Miss P. Taylor, Miss
M. Mann, Miss M. Johnson; boys 17
and under, 100 yd. dash—Fences, M.
Drummond, ('. Nicholas; men's 100
yd. dash, Frances, Phillip, T. T. Mecredy; boys' running high jump—A. Bowness. Joe, Frances;   Men's high jump
Samuel. H, Fyles. T. Mecredy; men's
■A mile—Fredle. Phillip, T. Mecredy;
ladies' nail driving contest—Mrs. McDonald, 13 seconds; Mrs. Messanger
16 seconds. Mrs. Taylor 15 seconds.
To The Electors of Cranbrook Riding!
In appealing to you on the eve of the present election forj
ycur vole and influence I do so   as   the  representative   and|
nominee of the united Conservative party of this district, and J
as a supporter of lhe progressive and constructive policy of the!
Bowser Qovernment, which has done and is doing so much to
develop and advance the prosperity of  this   Province.    The
Qovernment has come through an ordeal of the most rigid and |
searching investigation the Opposition could make, and emerged
wiih a record untarnished and absolutely free from the taint ofl
graft and corruption,
The constructive legislation of the lasl session, whicli in
dudes
lion
to Returned Soldiers, Votes for Soldiers, etc., etc., alone entitles
the Qovernment to a new lease of power. This, with the clean
record of ihe Qovernment, not only in administration but in
election methods, is winning for it llie support of the fair-minded electorate of the province.
I appeal to you for your support on the 14th, confident lhat
1 can render you and the district valuable service in my capacity
as a Government supporter, and will continue as always to
make lhe interests of this district my first consideration.
Sincerely yours,
TIKIS. I). I'AVKN.
es sucli Important measures us the Workmens1 Compensa-I
Act, the Agricultural Credits Act, the shipping mil, Aid
cm i
ASCENDING NEW PERKS
I'liplnin HlicClirtliy, uitli Kulliushistie
Party ot Mountain Climbers Ascend nne I'eak*. ot' Nearly
U.'inii Feet Altitude.
(Special to the Herald)
Invermere. U. (.'., Sept. 8th, 1916—
Captain .\. II. MacCarthy, of Wilmer,
but whose place of residence for most
of the year Is Xew York lias again
tiiis year been carrying forward his
campaign oi mountain climbing.
Aft"- the close of tlio Alpine club
camp along with Mrs. MacOartliy, who
is also an enthusiastic climber, he
brought in a party of some fourteen
expert climbers and one of tlie Swiss
guides and together as a party of some
sixteen persons all told they spent
three weeks or more in the Selkirks,
at the Head Waters of Toby and Horse
Thief creeks where several new peaks
wcre ascended and some of the more
difficult climbs on other mountains
were again accomplished. Returning
from there and heading a party not
Unite so large an expedition was math*
into the Hngaboo country, slightly further North than tills place. This is
■oinparativ, iy new territory. In one
instance .: particularly difficult climb
i made of a mountain which Mr.
MacCarthy has named 'Granite spires'.
It has very rocky faces and carries a*i
altitude of over 10,900 feet
This -week ;i still different party
headed by Captain and Mrs MacCarthy
left tor the Big Vermillion and Koot-
y Valley country in tiie Rockies,
north east of this place They will be
gono for several weeks and before returning will have touched at Mount
Asslniblnne. a'ld ascended the summit
of the Rockies al cross River.
1UNCI; WAS A SUCCESS
The dance given Thursday evening
nst by llie Cranbrook Hand was a
p| end Id success In every way aud all
ireBent expressed themselves as well
attsfled with the evening's entertainment. The orchestra put Up a good
program of music and their playing
, much enjoy,.! Mr, A, Haworth
lo n capable Master of Ceremonies,
and kept everything moving along
moothly. Refreshments were servii shortly before mlit-nfght nnd the
dance was brought to a close between
nne and two. The total receipts a-
ninunteil to $!tr, 7'» with expenses for
hall rent, printing nml groceries of
$48.00, leaving it comfortable bnlanee
of $68.75 on hand.
All the memhers of the orchestra
gave tlieir services free of charge, and
expenses were kept down to a minimum.
The Rand feel very much pleased
nt Ihe splendid response of the public
nnd In consequence nre now able to
square Up all old indebtedness and
start off with a clean sheet. They
also wish particularly to thank Mrs.
ilstor for her services at the piano,
Mrs. Elliott, Mrs. Lewis and Miss Lewis for their assistance with tho refreshments, nnd the following for
other favors pertaining to the dance:
Mr. A. Raworth, Mr. A. L, McDermott,
Mr. I>. McDermott, Heattie-Murphy
Co., Cranhrook Butter Co,, and a number of others who donated cakes for
the lunch.
The T. O. D. K. will Rive an entertainment In the Rex Theatre next
ThurHduy evening when a Ji reel play
wlll he idinwn In which wlll appear
Margarlte Clark an leading actress. A
matinee for children wltl he held In
Ihe afternoon.
.Splendid Heeling of Kimberley Miners
Who Will Do Their Part to Send
a Representative of Organized
Labor from this District
A meting of tlie electors residing
at the Sullivan Mine at Kimberley
was addressed Monday afternoon by T.
D. Caven, Conservative candidate and
member for Cruubrook district during
the past seven years, Doctor J. W.
Rutledge and W, P. Cameron. J. P.
Pink of Cranbrook acted as chairman
and In calling the meeting to order
stated that it was a pleasure to act In
that capacity us lie had nominated Mr.
Caven on both occasions to be candidate for tho Cranbrook riding and had
been closely in touch with tlie working
of the Government during the past
thirteen years. He called upon Mr.
Caven to speak Ilrst.
Mr. Caven expressed pleasure over
having the privilege of addressing
such a large audience as had assembled to hear tlieir representative In the
Government and regretted that he had
been called upon to speak at Kimberley as practically the last place
on his itinerary. He outlined the work
done by the Government during the
ist seven years that he had represented the Cranbrook district, in a general way, and more particularly dur-
ng the last session. He compared tlie
work done while lie wus in the Legislature as member with that accomplished by Dr. J. H. King while he had
been there for tlie same length
of time. There could be no comparison as far us things accomplished
wero concerned und lie had no hesitancy about asking the electors for
a continuance of their support on his
and the governments past record.
The Liberals offered nothing but
a policy of criticism of the Government
Kven that was little heeded as most
ot the electors were readers and
were fully aware that the Liberals
during the investigation last spring
wero unable to show where a single
dollar had been miss-appropriated,
and Messrs. Brewster and Macdonald
after all their hollering previous to
tlio Coast bye elections last winter,
hud to concur In the finding of tlie
legislation which would serve to better
the conditions of the worklngmen. The
Compensation Act brought down ut the
lust session of tlie House could not
be beaten for Its thoroughness and
fairness to employer und employee by
uny act in the world.
Mr. Caven showed ttie local benefits
to be derived from the Shipping Bill
which was designed to supply ships
to carry to surplus Jumbefc* from
('oust ports to foreign markets and
tints relieve the competition between
tlie Coast and Inland mills. The prairie
markets would bo practically reserved for the mountain lumbermen and
that would mean morc work In tills
and other districts in Bast Kootenay
■for the workingman.
Tlie soldiers who would return from
the war would he taken cure of by tlie
Returned Soldiers Act nnd he felt
thut ln spite of the Liberals having
opposed every act brought tn by the
Government for tiie assistance of the
soldiers In the way of giving them u
vote, protecting their Interests while
they were uway, and supplying tliem
with land upon tlieir return, the electors of British Colombia would show
their appreciation of such legislation
by returning the Government on the
14th of September by an overwhelming majority.
Doctor Rutledge spoke on the development of the district since Mr. Caven
had first been elected and contrasted
It with the poor showing made by Dr.
King when he had represented the district for seven years prior to Mr. Ca-
ven's election in 1909. While Dr. King
was respected as a doctor and a citizen
no one could say that his record while
in the Legislature wns deserving of
his being again elected.
William. F. Cameron outlined the
part Mr. Caven had taken In labor
matters, particularly In the Order of
Railway Trainmen and Order of Railway Conductors during the past 21
years. There had never been a case,
said Mr. Cameron, tliat Mr. Caven had
not willingly taken hold of and the
best results obtained. He solicited
support for Mr. Caven, the Working-
man's friend with the assurance that
he was a friend in deed as well as tn
word and could be entrusted to look
after their interests.
In answer to a question put to Mr.
Caven as to what tiie Trainmen or
Conductors Orders had done to get the
Compensation Act passed in the House
select committee on investigation j"« replied that tiiey had done nothing
that their pre-election charges were |-Just the same as the United Mine
groundless. In face of this, Mr. Caven Workers of A, had done. The Govern-
stated thnt he confidently looked for n*ent had collected the data for the bill
a big majority on the I4th.at the Sill- b* ""ploying the best men in the
llvan Mine polling booth and felt that |country and these men had been paid
tlie sympathy shown to him every time
out of tlie general revenue of tlie Pro
be hail visited Kimberley only accentuated Ills confidence.
As a working mnn who wus also
a union mnn tike those to whom lie
was speaking he appealed to them for
their support. He bad always been I-
dentlfled with labor mutters and could
better serve their interests than could
Ivince and not by the Trainmen or Mln-
| ers as the questioner seemd to believe.
HT. JOHN A.VBI l.-VNIK
The annual meeting of the St. John
Ambulance Assn., will be held at the
a man who was an employer of labor jY. M. C. A. on Tuesday. Sept. I9tli at
as Doctor King tiie liberal candidate I 8 I»ni. sharp. All members are re-
was.   His past record In tbe I^glHla- <l**efitpd to be present
Uve Assembly was all that wus neces-  >
sary to assure his hearers that he was     Pigs for Sale—Seven weeks old-
whole heartedly ln sympathy with any Fred Clark, Wycliffe, ,S-2t
PROHIBITION    LEGISLATION    INCREASES
CONSUMPTION OF WHISKEY
(Press despatches from Reglna)
Government reports covering the first r!x
months of the operation of the Saskatchewan
Prohibition Act make the following striking
showing as to ihe consumption of Hquor.
I'mler LIcchm* Luw
July to December, 1914:
Beer Mt2(,l gallons
Spirits.... .22,889 gallons
ITnder Prohibition Act
July to  December 1915
Beer   4,033 gallons
Spirits .... 87,886 gallons
Decrease ln consumption of beer  13,2114 gallons
UcreftN* In Consumption of WhUkey I4,m k«Hodh
(CONTRlBtrraD)
McCreery   Bros,   announce   advance
j fctenita? pf
Millinery, Suits,
And Coats
We appreciate the fact that more
than ever our customers want Individual Styles. With this in view we
have picked our stocks, they are
Smart-up to the minute as to fashion-have Individuality—and are modest in price. Come and see.
Make this Store your Head=
quarters
McCreery Bros.
Cranbrook's Dry Goods and Clothing Stores
Still Talking Furniture
But we have a stock and values well worth
talking about. You'll agree with us when you
see them. A pleasure to show you whether a
purchase is made or not.
Linoleums and Oilcloths
are selling rapidly at our very low prices.
When present stock is sold out you will have
to pay more for the next Don't be among
the late ones.
Norbury
c. c. s. PAGE TWO
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
WED., SEPTEMBER 14th, 1916
lite    V W
SO UK LOST HIS TRAIN
uml uu Important appointment.
See tbat yonr wntch keeps
time. The coat ol linvtng it repaired Is small anil correct tlmo
is Important,
Exports suy tliat every
watcti Bhoulel be overlmulcel
once l» 18 montliB. Be wise
- bring your watch In loilny,
RAWORTH BROS.
Noxt D.M.r lo the iv**l Offlco
THE CRANBUOOK HERALD
Issued   Weekly   hy   Tlio   Cranbrook
llerald, Limited.
T. II. Kay, Editor and Manager
Cranbrook, II. C, September 11
Vote tor Caven, tho Workinfimaii n
Friend.
A vote for Caven means u vote for
tlio constructive and progressive policy
i.r tin* CoiiBorvatlvo aovernment.
A fow weeks ago our Liberal friends
were* contidont thai their candidate
would In- returnee! witb an overwhelming majority. To-day they are willing
to admit that it will -v a close light,
and tbe candid admit that it Is as likely
to favor the Conservative as the Liberal,
Friends ot organized labor nre rallying to tbo support uf the Conservative candidate, T. D. Caven, ;l union
man, and the voto on Thursday will
show this riding remalnH true to Its
Conservative principles,
Beforo another Issue ot tho llerald
goes to press tho i pie of this province will have stated at the polls their
reply to the baseless charges on tbo
part of the Liberals of graft and corruption by the Conservatives. In tin-
long run tho people may be trusted,
and we have .very confidence thai
the verdict to bo given by the electoral will be a complete cndomatlon of
the Bowser government.
THIS  DISTRICT WOUM*  LOSE  BY
A CHANGE
What more can tbo Liberal candidate do for this district than Thomas
I). Caven has done? That great Lib-
oral paper the "Hun" claims that the
Conservative Government has spent its
money foolishly, tn fact it lias spent
much too much money In public works
etc., consequently, if the Liberals get
In, this district will have its appropriation for road work greatly cut down
and wo shall he expected lo thank Dr.
King for llii*-.
Voters! tin* Government that wo
havo is good, times are Improving;
when tho legislation passed hy the
Conservative Government has bad n
chance to show Us quality everyone
will realize its worth; this district is
a mixed farming and mining community chiefly; the Conaorvativo Government has and is still assisting both interests more than lias ever lieu done
before; if the memhers arc not content
witli what haft been done for them tbey
will get but small encouragement from
reading Liberal promises. The mining
community in particular should recognize the Interest the Minister of Mines
is showing in tlie progress of the industry by returning all his supporters
to power; this district and many others in It. C. may in a short time have
to depend entirely upon the mining industry for prosperity and tt would bo
tbe case of killing tlie goose witli the
golden *>Kf* to vote the Conservative
({overnment out of existence.
What man of standing and Intelligence can conscientiously disapprove
of prohibition or woman's electoral
suffrage? it le just such legislation
as this that stamps the Conservative
Government as progressive and why
should we be asked to change?
The desire for a change in Government is based purely on the "cuBsed-
noBB of man"; it can in no wise hi*
Justified either by the acts of tlie Conservative Government nor by the specious promisee of those envious of
power.
Would easting a vote for the Liberal
candidate do this? What reason lias
tin,1 to Biipposo thnt tho loaders of the
Liberal party are better or cleverer
than the proved leaders of the Conservative Government? Surely the
tactics of the Liehrals, as evidenced by
the plugging scandal and Mr. Brewster's writ, etc., do uot speak well for
their oft advanced statements of anxiety for the welfare of the province,
for tlieir honesty in politics nor free-
. dom from graft, and in what other way
can they be judged? Are the voters
going to trade the current cash of good
legislation for the gold brick of pro-
mlses?    Surely not,
Tiiere appears to be : great Liberal
cry of a reduction lu financial payments to thi1 Government said by them
tti be due to the extrnvagance and financial debauchery of the Government
That then- has been a sad falling off
of Income Is a fait hut It is not caused
by faulty legislation of a criminal
Government but entirely by the wave
of depression that affected every country, and the Government, realizing this
promptly reduced its expendlurea lu
accordance, and Bhould therefore be
commended for the stand it took, but
oi course tbe Liberals do not mention
this.
Tin* form of criticism indulged in
hy the Liberals would not allow that
the Conservatives in any single instance  have done well;   nor deserved
a word of encouragement; criticism iu
this condition is a despicable weapon.
Till: Itll.lIT PATRIOTISM
(Calgary Herald)
It Is interesting to note that the pro-
tits made by the Canadian Pacific
railway from tlie manufacture of
munitions of war at its several shops
have not been Included in the ordinary
operating accounts of tin* company.
These monies have heen devoted to
patriotic and relief fund.', and for
ither expenses due directly to tlle war
and not properly chargeable to the regular working funds of tin* company.
This Is patriotism of a sort of which
we can stand a good deal more In
Canada at tin* present time.
THAT UNHAPrV WRIT
I Vancouver News-Advertiser)
Mr. Brewster is not saying   much
bout liis writ.   It Is no credit to him
that this piece of military strategy has
failed to stop tho Wheels in   British
Columbia.   This was the purpose and
still is the only purpose that tbe writ
n serve.    It might have been clever
party politics, to bold up all the public and private services, to destroy the
redit of the province and all the people in it.    Hut it would have been bad
citizenship.    The attempt to produce
financial wreck has failed and so the
thing proves to be bad polities, as well
bad citizenship.
I'AHTY  ffOI I.ItYT fjET HIM
I.I.   P.'s  Weekly)
Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper says
Brewster Is the first statesman in Canada who has promised to abolish patronage and Sir Charles says it U
grand. How absurd these dear old
political grandmas are. Brewster's
party wouldn't let him abolish patronage In a thousand years, but Grandma
Brewster apparently does not see that,
whllo Grandma Tupper ecstatically
exclaims "how grand". Surely Sir
Charles bas not advanced so far in his
dotage that he for one moment believes
the hungry Grit workers are going to
permit a Grit government to abolish
all the rewards for services rendered
dining thirteen lean years of opposition.
KKKI'   KOOTt.NAY-mil'NIMnV    ON
00V.KUK.MKNT SINK
(Nelson  News)
The Conservative government will he
returned to power on Thursday by a
substantial  majority.   Tliat Is now   a
foregone conclusion.
There will be some Opposition, but
Kootenay-Boundary does not want to
be represented to the. left of the
speaker,
.Members on tbe government side can
accomplish far more for tlieir ridings
than members in opposition. It Is uot
that any district of tbe province need
fear unfair treatment, hut a govern
ment member is naturally in a better
position to press effectively  the elulms
of his constituency than   a   member
whose   business   is   to   oppose   pretty
nearly everything    that    government
♦ -IMIN   I'KII'KS
TOTING IS A SOLEMN OBLIGATION
On tho 14th Instant tlio voters of the
Cranbrook Electoral District have before them a very important and solemn
obligation to perform, nne that should
not be done with levity nor wihout
tprevious consideration; tbe choosing
of those who take the responsibility
of making laws for us should not be
lightly entered Into; tbe future progress of tho province and the future
of every resident Is Intimately associated 'with the Government, and before a mnn registers his vote ho
should convince himself tbat he Is doing tlie right thing for himself, for
lits children and for hhi property.
(Calgary Herald)
There is one man wbo Is doing n
worrying about the high prices of
wheat and other grains tbis year and ll
is the Western Canadian farmer. Il
is true lhat In part tin* recent heavy-
rise In prices on the world's market!
has been due to the depredations of
black rust In the provinces of Man
itoba and Saskatchewan, but It is at
ill wind lhat blows nobody any good,
and tlie Alherta farmer who with a
little Inckstaiuls to gamer In a splendid crop, both iu yield aud quality
will reap the full benefit of the advance.
While rust and adverse weather
conditions liave without doubt caused
very considerable damage to the western crops tlie effect will not be nearly
io unfortunate as It would hnve been
previous lo ISH1!. when a lower Scat
of values prevailed. When a farmer
hauling bis wheat to an elevator al
an Alberta "common point" can get
$1.27 forNumber 5 wheat, for which
in normal years he would huve been
glad to take half tbe price or even less
it would he agreed that the west Is not
going to do too badly out of IU crop
this year, damage or no damage.
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FALL PAIR PRIZE LIST
(Continued from page 1 ■
citron, S, Johnson, J. Delmer; tomatoes, IC. \V. Ryekman, G. Taylor; on-
i, white or yellow, W. McClure. S
Johnson; onions, pickling. N. McClure.
peas, s, Johnson, .1. Delmor; beans.
broad or Windsor. G. Askworth, Get)
Taylor; a, o, v. vegetable, s, Johnson;
boys' and girls competition, l:! pota*
, from school or bom.1 garden, U
Morrison, Hugh. Hannah.
Grains and Grasses Winter wheal,
P, Clark. N. McClure; spring win at. N
McClure. F, Clarko; onts, a v. .1. Delmer, N. McClure; fidd peas, .1. Delmor
.1. niches; flax, S. JohiiBOti; field coin.
Johnson; alfalfa, A. It. Smith, J.
I.evett; a. o. v. fodder plant. A. B
Smith; best collection grain ami fodder  plant,  S,  Johnson;   special,  best
lOaf of wheat, N. McClure.
School Kxltlbits and Art. Hand
writing Pupils under h years, Amy
Williams, Kdith Johnson; under 0 yrs.,
Archie Flndlay, Connie Basaett! under 13 years, Gahrilla Hamilton, Helen
Worden; under 11 years, Helen Som-
mervtlle, Nora Flndlay; under Hi years
Reginald Erlffin, Violet Sarvis.
English Composition—pupil in the
fourth reader. Helen Worden.
Freehand drawing ---Pupils under 12
years, Norma Wallinger, Chas. Chapman; uuder 14 yrs., Norah Powncll.
Winnie Phillips.
Painting— Pupils under 11 years,
Patricia McDermot, Norma Wallinger;
uuder 13 years, Winnie Phillips, John
Woods; under 17 years, Muriel Wallinger; Norah Powncll.
Colored Designs—■ Pupil under 11!
years, Anna Vincent; under 15 years
lrnia Ward, Nina Belanger.
Relief map of Nortli America, pupils
under ir> years, Kathleen Snook.
Clay or plnstlcene modelling—Pupils under 7 years, Florence Binning;
under 9 years, Lillian Kt. Elot.
Botanical collections — Local wild
flowers, Gahrlella Hamilton, Annie
Parnaliy; local grasses, Garfield Taylor; noxious weeds, Mat comb Belanger, Donald Dallas; general collection
containing flowers, leaves, grasses and
plants, Fred Taylor, Kathleen Snook.
Oil Colors aud Water Colors—Portraits or figure, Florence Alexander;
landscape or seascape, Florence Alexander, 2nd; still life, fruit, flowers, etc
Florence Alexander 2nd; painting on
sillc, satin or similar material, Florence Alexander 1st. Pencil Pen and
Ink, Chalk Etc, portrait of figure, Flo-
euce Alexander 2nd.
Decorative Work - Leather work
Mrs. Brako -hid, carved wood work,
Mrs. Brake 1 & 2; stencilling, Mrs.
Brake, 2nd; brass or copper work,
Miss Symes.
Amateur Photography—fl landscapes
of outside views, 1st Rev. W. II. Bridge
Ladies Work! Fancy Work—Crochet work, Irish hue, E. Maystrle 2nd;
a, u. v. cotton crochet work. Miss
Symes, Mrs. Drake; crochel work Iu
wool, Mrs. J, 8. Brake,
Embroidery collection of embroidered articles, E. Diunimnud. Mrs. Ilaslam.
Needle work l handmade) 1 nlghl
gown or two smaller articles of underwear, Mrs. Brake, Miss E. lU'lllll-
iiiiuiil; ladies shirt waist. Mrs, Brake;
handmade quill, Miss Symofl "nd; display nf buttonholes lu liiion, Mrs.
Brako 1 & -; a. o, v. fancy work not
clnSBtflod Mrs. Brake, Mrs. C. La Fhur
Girl's work Hinder If. years! Siun-
| pic of crochet, work, Violet Simpson,
I Bella Tosher; best darned stocking,
1 Alice Brake; apron or any siin. article,
I Helen Worden, Alice Brake; sample
of embroidery, Anna McBurnoy, Fran-
|cls Chelmeck,
Cookery- White loaves bread, Mrs.
N. M. McClure, Mrs. Brogan; brown
loaves bread, Mrs. C. B. McFarlane;
Graham bread, Miss 10. Maystrle.
Cake -Fruit cake, Mrs. W. I). McFarlane, Mrs.  W. Crebbln;   layer cake,
Mrs. McFarlane, Mrs. Dallas.
Smalls—Doughnuts, Mrs. McFarlane
cookies, Mrs. Wallace, Miss Roberts;
i plain buns, Mrs. Wm. McClure; tea
i biscuits, Mrs. Dallas, Mrs. McFarlane,
■ Pastry- Pio, apple, Mrs. Dallas, Mrs,
i Brake; pio, lemon, Mrs. Dallas, Mrs,
Clarlto; pie, pumpkin, Mrs. Dallas, Mrs
j McFarlane. fruit tarts, Mrs. Drake,
■Mrs. F. Clarke,
Preserves—Preserved fruit, Mrs. \V.
Gibbs, Mrs. Lawrence Lewis; jellies.
Mrs. W. Glbbs; spiced fruit, Mrs. McFarlane; preserved vegetables, Mrs.
McFarlane, Mrs. Wm. .McClnre; jams
and marmalades, Mrs. Glbbs, Miss
Maystrle.
Best packed luncheon basket for
party of two. Mrs. F. Clarke
Children's Cookery (Girls under 15
yrs.)—Plain cake, iced, Grace McFarlane, Eunice Parrett, biscuits, tea, Annie McBurney; cookies, Grace McFar-
lunce; candy, Grace McFarlane, Bella
■Foster.
Special prize for best loaf of bread
from Pantry Queen Flour, Mrs. W. B,
McFarlane.
Mark your Ballot thus
T. D. Caven
X
J. H. King
The Working Man's Friend
AND
A Business Administration
BOWSER GOVERNMENT'S ACHIEVEMENTS IN
ONE SESSION I—
Most iielnimcil Workmen's Compensation Acl In World.
After the Wnr Coleiiiiziitlnii provided for.
Weekly Half Holiday for Workers.
Twelve Acts to protect Alisenl Soldiers
Election Frauds prevented hy t'p-lo-dnle legislation.
Special Acts to promote I—
SHIPPING
FARMING
MINING
Disproves Opposition ClllirgOS
Prohibition and  Woman's Suffrage mil of Politics,
Compelled I*. G. E. to complete Its line
Horrowed inoniij nt Low Kates.
What a
Saskatchewan
Alderman
Says About
Prohibition In
That Province
Itcml -This Sliiiinl Sfnlniienl ol
Aid. knmvlcs ot' Turllofonl,
Siisknlchowttii, <Ji\iim in
Detail lhc Itcal I'm is of
lhc Case.
Fhis Btntomont is republished from the
CbllllwacK Progrcos of Auk. 24
Mr. Geo, B. Know les, jeweller
of Tntleford, Sask., has been
vlsitinK Chilliwack, with a view
to locating here.
While discussing Prohibition
Mr. Knowles, who is an alderman In bin own town and therefore In a position to speak with
authority on the subject, states
that since tlie bars wcre closed
by Premier Seott, drunkenness
lias Increased 2n per cent. The
government dispensary for ids
district is North Dattleford, a-
bont CO miles south of Turtle-
ford, and ono day when Mr.
Knowles happened to be at tbe
station, lie counted •"*< parcels
of whiskey coming tjuto tliat
town, whicli has a population of
only 1M0.
Before the bars were closed
a man could go Into a bar and
get one glass of whisky, now
tbe least be can buy is 1 quart.
And wliere one glass of whisky
had no effect on a man, one
quart will make him intoxicated. In Saskatchewan one can
buy one gallon of whisky and
either four gallons of beer or
four gallons of wine per day,
which causes more drunkenness
than ever before. The North
Uattleford dispensary Is as large
as a departmental store, ami Is
kept busy all day. Christmas
eve, the manager closed the dispensary promptly on time thereby turning away at least one
hundred people, who were naturally annoyed, and a report of
this having been sent to tlie
authorities, the manager lost his
position, and a new manager installed who was not so strict.
North Battle ford business men are all eomplalii-
inir thai husiness has fallen off 25 per cent since
lhc liars were closed.
In passing through Kdmonton
where one can get no whisky,
and where there are lurge lumber and coal concerns, business
men told me that tlie working
man gets a big stake, nud then
leaves the province, for a place
where lie can have a better time
for Ills money, thereby taking a
good sum uf money out of the
province.
Formerly a man In Saskatchewan bought a glass of whisky,
and then went about his business, to-day be can buy nothing
less than a quart, which leads
to greater indulgence.
Mr. Knowles states that prohibition Is not a success, aud
although a prohibitionist himself, he has no desire to come to
n province tliat Is dry, for he has
already had all he wants nf tliat
state of affairs.
The salt* of liquor brings no
revenue Into the city, the license
from hotel keepers and wholesale men helped the upkeep of
tho city, but uuder the new regulations In Saskatchewan, there
Is more drunkenness than over
nnd no money coming Into the
clly treasury to liolp keep or-
der, etc., as there wns In tbe
days uf licenses.
tSigned)
GEO, B. KNOWLES
Kcnnrn, Ont. Whether Manitoba ls
:lry" Is a quosMo.l or. which reside.i'.s
of tblii town have grave doubts. Tlie
open tion of the Manitoba Temperance
Act hns, however, :i si Ited In tbo
creation of a thriving and rapid!)
growing business In dally shtpmont.-. of
liquor to Winnipeg and otlier Manitoba points, Tbe Manitoba Act allows
liquor to he imported from points outside the province and Kenora, being
on thi* provincial boundary line, Is now
ano of the most Important clearing
houses for tlu* Manitoba liquor supply,
The orders are sent from Winnipeg by
malt, telegraph and telephone, »s well
as through agencies whicli ure now
established nt central points throughout Manitoba.
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New shipments of B. C. Fruit arriving
weekly.   This is the time to do your
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PHONE 56
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Sawmill workers, Woodsmen
and all others interested
Tn go Overseas wltll the SKnil Foresters lluttiilliin. I". E. F. nml
WORK AT VOl It OWN TRADE
l.iinilii'iiim I'or Hit1 Allies
This Rutin. Is ruiililly Iillizliia lit Montreal mill (flies oversells soon
0. ('. l.t. CoL J. H. WHITE,
RECRUITING OFFICE EASTERN, II. C.
C. I* .11. 1 nml Hi'iit. Hiiililini!. Cranbrook
Rrrruiting Sergeant—Isaac Ilttrrh
Is This Prohibition?
STATEMENT   OK  MR.   l».   AI.'iEIMIAII.EY   OE
CALGARY
(Roportod in News-Advortlser or Bcgit. ll
"The Prohibition legislation of Alberta is nothing more or less Ihan a farce. Under the Importation clause of the Alberta Act, liquor is going into
thc province in large quantities and every day the
shipments are increasing in number and quantity.
"Hoot-legging is going on In Calgary al a lively
pace. The man 'who lmows' can gel the liquor
easily and whenever he wants it. The usual charge
by boot-leggers is $5 per bottle.
WHAT AN EDMONTON  MAN SAYS ABOUT IT
(Extracts from private letter oil file In oftlm nf Merchants'
Protective Association)
Kiliiiiintiiii. Aiigttct 21st, 1016,
DEAR FRIEND HUOHIBi
I liuve' been going i,> write fnr two iiinnltiH but I have boon
awful bnsy. I nm working in tho Dominion Expross Ofllco
here.
I have' charge eif nil tlw parcols which hnve no nddrosfl nr
nre out of tlie dcllvory limits and, since Prohibition enmo in
horo, 1 have gut you bent a mile' ns n bartender ns I linnillo
cases anil liens.
People como In our ofllco, se'inl tlii'lr money orilor lo Husli-
uleuili,  Hunk.,  eer  Golden,   11.   ('.,  nnywherc   out   of  Alhi'i'tn,
and use the' express ofllco ns a mall order Inn     We do nn
nwful business in this lien-. Thoy linvo ll conic in ensos nml
barrels. Tlm huv Is very Blrlcl us in dellvory hut nny person
can como to tho ofllco nnd got It. It hus boon n regular
"Marathon" fur mo In gei frum countor tu back room In get
thu huu/.c.
With he'st uf tuck uud best fognrdB,
(Slg II A. MARSHAM*
N. II. — TIIE TERMS OE THE PROPOSED II. C.
PROHIBITION ACT WITH REFERENCE
TO TIIE IMPORTATION OE I.IOI OK AHE
SIMILAR TO THOSE OE THE ALHERTA
ACT.
Read the Act
Vote "NO"
About Imlf of tlio 00 tuiiltH In tlit!
Trail copper refinery ure now filled,
and tlio entire battery will Boon bo In
operation.
Next Monday will bo pay day in
Trail for Auguat, when about $l(lfi,-
000 wlll bo distributed among over
1,1100 men. WED., SEPTEMBER 14th, 1910
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
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TOWJ. TOPICS
Kilby FrameB Pictures.
Cranbrook Taxidermist hus opened
I'ur tlle hunting. 87-.it
Election  returns will  be received
election night at tbe Royal Hotel.
Vote (or Caven, the Workingman's
Friend.
Store you? valuables In   Beale   K-
Elwell's safety deposit vault.
Mrs. Carman returned home frum
Creston last week after spending a
couple of weeks the guest of Mrs.
Benney.
Mr,< Kennedy and Mrs. McKee, wiio
have been visiting their brother, Mr.
W F. Doran, left fur home on Saturday last.
Por the flrat time In history, Montana is Bending ore to*the Trail smet
ter, the Bullwhacker, of Butte, shipping the lirst hit this week.
Tho boat vinegar, BOo per gallon
Cruubrook Trading Co,
Voto fur  Caven,  the
Friend.
1    Tha 107th will meet for drill at tin
hall known as Kink's Furniture store,
near Edison Theatre, at 7.30 p.m. Mon-
Workingman's | day the 18th.   a good turn out is re*
inesled.
Cot io tlu* polls early
our vole.
and
agistor
8     PHONE     8
Cooked lloiisl I'urk
Conked   Hum
Vinl |,ii,n'
llnliignii SailHllgo
0 II i: li tl \   I, A M II
Tlie vory choicest
1IKKF        I'llllh        VKAI,
Smieki'il Stents
l.urel, lliillor ami V.gg*
QUALITY AMI THE
Cranbrook Meat
Market
nre Synonymous Terms
White   Cornish   game  cockerel   fur
ante.   Apply—W. H. Bardgett, olty,
A vote fur Caven means a vole for
llie constructive and progressive policy
nf Uu* Conservative Govornmont.
Tho pulling hiiutii fur Cranbrook wil
a in tlie storo next tu Park's Hard
Mr. and Mrs. James Adlanl uf Creston have been visiting Mr. and Airs.
\V. C. Adlard.
Miss Mlna Smith of London, Ont.,
spent tho week-end with tier sister,
Mrs. T. H. Kay, en route to Nelson.
Genuine Oregon l,umb, something
vim get only once In a long time.—
Cranhrook Meat Market.
Mother's Favorite Flour, $4.60 cwt
Craubrook Trailing Co,
Geo, Meade ot tho Imperial Hank
Btaff, Cranhrook, accompanied by
Arthur Bownoas, wen- week-end visitors with the former's parents here.
Pickling Spice,
Trailing Co.
SOc  lb.—Cranbronk
Cliolsest i|iiulity, a real feast, Ore.
gon I,amb »t the Craubrook Meat
Market.
Extra special Oregon Lamb, pbone
your order early to tlie Cranhrook
Meat Market.
We are carrying a full line of boots
and shoes.—. Cranbrook Exchange,
Armstrong Ave.
Civ
He vie
Mr. T. J. Mutt of New Westminster,
is visiting in town.
Mr. Beech spent Sunday
family in town.
Mrs, Leslie returned
from Calgary.
Mr. Allan De Wolf returned on Tn
day from a survey trip up North.
Mr.   Fred   Itussel  1
Alberta.
Mrs Beech and children returned
last week from Hull River where they
spent a pleasant five weeks holiday.
We are pleased to see Irene Beech
back to her school duties again, her
health being much improved.
Mrs. Donald Morrison returned T
day from a visit wltll her brothei
Apple Hill, Ontario.
DID Y0U
e^se rmm
!    why that Bkln trouble, from which
iome last week    you are suffering, will not heat?
lt is because it is sn deeply rooted
that ordinary ointments are Incapable of penetrating to tbe seat of
!   the disease.
Zam-Buk, uu the contrary, is go
i refined that it la capable of reach*
'rom ' 'DS 'be underlying tissues, and tbat
is why so many sea of skin trouble, which have defied all other
treatmi nts, bave yielded to Zam-
Buk.
Don't delay! Get a box of Zam*
Buk ond prove ii for yourself, Not
only is it besl for eczema and all
skin troubles, hut also for ring-
worm, ulcers, old sores, blood j ml-
Boning, huils. piles, burns, cuts and
ail skin Injuries. All drugglstB or
Zam-Buk Co , Toronto. BOc. box, 3
for JI 25.
Send le. stamp for postage on free
trial box.
Miss Attree of Nelson will visit this
iiy mi Friday, Sept, 16th, to begin
ier course of dauclng lessons. Apply
o Miss Cherrington, King Kdward
School, fur information.
Safety Deposit Boxe
Bealo & Elwollb,
to    rent;  at
i*\ Carlson, manager >l the Queen's
ftoiel, Cranbrook, sped* the we"k-eml
with the trout up Goat Hiver, getting
the finest one brought in this year, it
measured 17Vj Inches, and weighed
2 pounds dressed.*—Creston Review.
Pulling tn this riding takes place be-
een tlie hours nf eight in the morning and seven In the evening, local
time, and our last word Is, get tn the
pulls early, poll your own vote and
then.see thnt your friends poll theirs,
Private L, Vox returned to Vornon
last week after bpending a month with
his family here.
Mr. S, Taylor motored to Wasa lasl
week taking in tlit! fair being accompanied by Mrs. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs,
Morten and Mrs. Beech.
Harvesting and lliivshiug is in full
swing on St, Mary's Prairie and a
splendid yield is reported, iu many instances going 4.r) bushels tu the acre, j
and in nne case 46,
Kootenay Oarage Due; Little .V Atchison $4.05; J. Manning $7.80; McCreery
Bros. $5; Q. Niblock $74.76; T. N. Par-
rott $4.50; Patmore Pros, 85c; K.
Parks a Co. $5.06; Payrolls, engineer
$140, Bchool board $1598.30, flre dept.
$270.50, police dept $250, city oltlclals
$247.50;  13, Soymord $2.
CHRIST
Mr. Roy Myers of Cherry Creek Is
CHURCH    HARVEST
KKSTIVAI.
8
utifully
Peameal hack bacon, fresh In,
lb.-—Cranhrook Trading Cn.
Auditorium Theatre
— ONE  NIGHT ONLY —
Monday, Sept IS.th
Th,1 Hiiriri'st Dramatic Production of the Vonr
'Somewhere in France'
Tin1 War Play of tho Day in Pour Acts.
All star company of English Players
Carload of Sooner) nml K.fl'oots
Prices, 50c 75c & $1.00
Seals on Sale ;ii Beattie-Murphy Drug Store.
NOT    A  MOTION  I'lWURE—A  REAL VhXY
The pulling places on election day
will open at S o'clock in tiie morning
anil close nt 7 In tlie evening, local
I time. The polling booth for Cranbrook is iu tlie vacant store on Baker
Street next to the Cross Keys Hotel.
J There is a clever model of a locomotive in Mcltride's window, constructed entirely from stoves and stove
pipes. It required considerable ingenuity aud skill to make up the display.
neale &. Klwell have been instructed to sell a large modem residence—
4 bedrooms, furnace, bathroom, and
all modern conveniences; large lot,
situated in tbe best residential locality; property enst $4000, sale price
$2000. Apply to Heale & Elwell fur full
particulars.
Second band buggy and single
harness for sale cheap.—Craubrook
Trading Co.
Mrs,
A
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Kinn
111 o
I'l'anl
riteik was
me of
tli
! ll
it-nf-
towi
visitors fur the
full tair
lis
ivee
k. tl
■ lilies
t  ot Mrs.
0.  O.
Rodg
IM.
Mr.
McKinnon  was
also ll
Tl
fee
r the
wee
Willi.-
Creston
tlovlo-
Rov
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lommenoo
ii si-rl
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Bern
HIS
Illl   tlu
Enemies
Ol   111,
lime
ly 1.
fl'.
its first subject
being
r
mptatlon."
1 will be fulliiw-
,el on
Ml
ICI
'elillK
Sun
lay n
enings by
"Pear'
Kill
Ho
re'i
ibt"
nlrs
mil
'I'onse
ri'llas
lenco."
mill
anil  sun-
It Is
This Twist
I7im the Alaska patented Interlocking construction, as
Mm*., n in ilu- border.piUJ the Itrong parallel ti'ii-imi of
lhe clunk helical Ipringl at each end, tbat makes tho
fALASKA
SPRING
i DAMAGE llllllUMl IN ANY WAV
Mr ami Mrs Qco, niair ol Burlington, out., spent tiir last few days tha
guests ot Mr. ami Mrs, li. II. Willis.
Mr. and Mrs Hlair are on tholr way
homo after an enjoyable trip to tho
Coast
ood fur i
ok Traill
ale, uuie-k delivery
ig ro.
=4
(CI'MI (Ml Ml MIT
~" much lUperlor in buoyant comfort and durability lo anv woven
■ spring   bar none   though practically ibe name in price.  *Qlu
(•reinforced adjustable conicruitkgsfratentappllea for) ensure
ijth, rigidity, and accurate Gl «'" auy bod,  QYour dealer sells
llii- spring «>r will j;rl il if you mtk for it by luim*.
THK ALASKA BEDDING CO., LIMITED
tfdm „y Brntittod* ami ftw,j(rw j«w
#1*.   VANCOUVER C«l(«fj Ureut* WINNIPEG
"ALA9K \ im mi Midi neiM High tirmt* F.vtr* r,„u.l,"
; W, E, Worden, the well-known Cranbrook transfer man was here the lat-
' ter part of the week, During bis stay
ho purchased the Belgian stallion Tambour Wu.r from II  S. McCroath, and
i shipped the animal out to show at tbe
[cranbrook fair this week.— Creston
I lt«'View.
] Wind has been received of the death
| at Tacoma on September 7th of Kred
Walker, late superintendent at Lethbridge. He was tbe firsl Buperlntond-
■ ni of tho C. P. It. at U'thbridge, and
waa tlioro from August 1914 to November 1915, and will be well known to
many local railroad men.
Apples are cheap now, Small rooking apples Be lb, large ones 4 lbs for
26c or 0 lbs, BOc; eating apples ,*t lbs.
35o or 7 lbs 50c.-Cranbrook Trading
-st^-'t
KEEP   YOUR   SHOTS    NEAT
GO brand new pupils were on band
at Fernie Bohool on opening day.
WANT ADS.
ic per word fur first week, and lc per
word for each week after.
WANTED—A man and wife to work
on a farm- Apply Canadian Hotel,  2t.
FOIt   SALE - Approximately   14.!
sheep, Hituated near .Newgate, B. ('.—
Apply to P.O. Box 407, Fernie, B.C. 2t.
Wanted—Girls to learn millinery -
Apply McCreery Bros.
WHEN BUYING SHAMROCK
CREAMERY BUTTER
YOU ARE GETTING THE BEST THAT MONEY CAN BUY
The quality is Rich and very palatable. Give
it a trial, you will be delighted with it.
P. BURNS & CO., LIMITED
to nil lioimrtmentH nl llfo. in tlio
etvi'liing lie di'iill wilh tlio Law i,f Sowing iiiiiI IIciiiiIiib i.ii.l Illustrated Ills
romarks ley a number of liumorous
sketches.
For Good Looks
a woman must have Rood
health. She can do her part by
helping naturetokeep the blood
pure, the liver active and the
bowels regular, with the aid of
the mild, vegetable remedy—
BEECHAM'S
PILLS
Diiwctiaa, wlefc E,*r, Baa ef Special Valaa lo We
S.ld«,arywo,ia.   loboio, ZS a.nla.
uwuy to Medicine Hat harvesting Ills     Christ Church wn
crop.   He lias ovor 800 acres in wheat decorated em Sunday Inst'nnd tli
whioh Is said to ho a Bplcndld cron. Ho ■ vi,.„s ttiro^sli t lay wero hearty and
recently bought a thralling outfit nt I,.,,,,,    T|1„ ,,hl|il. ,||(] g , work    |n
sl",k»,u' wWo  «"»' ""■'' '" tliresl1 tho morning thc n-ctor dealt wltli the
his crop. ^ ,oct [)f (,1|C] h| Nnturo 011(| History and
President Shaughnessy, Vico ProBl. | "nncaled tor the a; nil t religion
dent anil Oeneral Manager, Orant Mall
of Winnipeg, and party of directors
were in Cranbrook Wednesday afternoon on their annual tour of Inspection. Tliey came from Golden by special train and are travelling westward
to tlle Const.
Both Liberal and Conservative parties have been very busy the lest wei k
and lu've held one or more meetings
every day. The campaign however, as
far as this riding is concerned, lias
been a clean one and characterized ly
the best of feeling between the two
candidates, Tho arguments have been
presented by eacli side and the question is now before the jury, the electors, for their decision.
Beale * Blwell—Steamship Ageau
Mrs. J. 1*\ Bridges received u telegram Wednesday afternoon from the
War Office conveying the Information
that her son Private Harold Bridges,
Xo. 130094, of the Infantry, had been
officially reported wounded August 2S.
gunshot wound in thc head. Further
Information will be forwarded ur received. Private Harold Bridges enlisted nt Vancouver and was but recently sent to tiie front.
We aro carrying a full line of boots
nnd shoes.-— Cranhrook Exchange,
Armstrong Ave.
CITY COUNCIL
There was but little husiness transacted at tlie council meeting Wednesday morning, Mayor Clapp occupied
the chair with Aldermen present Messrs. Santo, Balment, Uask aud Hanson. Minutes of previous meeting
were read and confirmed.
Thc report of the city engineer was
read, lie recommended the building
of a sidewalk in front of the Anglican
Parish Hall between Burwell and
Lumsden, the total cost of which will
amount to about $90. The council
authorized the work to be done, the
labor contract being given to Mr.
Lamb at $20,
The following accounts were passed
for payment.
Arnold and Roberta $'22.r>0; Burroughs Welcome fiOc; the Cranbrook
Herald $5; Cranbrook Meat Market
$3; Canadian Fairbanks Morse Co.
$11,50; Crnnbrook Bakery and Confectionery $2.26; Cranbrook Sash and
Door Co., $9.15; Cranbrook Electric
Light Co. $l!tS.42; Cranbrook Cartage
& Transfer Co, (Spk) $64.80 and $2.50;
Cranbrook Drug and Book Co. 75c,
Kootenay Telephone Lines, Ltd. $16.50;
Tlie Prohibition Act
Condemns Itself
It Will Not Prohibit-Read Clause 57
It Is Class Legislation-Read Clauses 3
and 57
It Is Un-British-Read Clauses 28. 40
and 48
It Will Increase Taxation-Read Clauses 58 to 60
It will Send Enormous Sums of Money
out of the Province and throw Thousands of Persons out   of Employment
Read the Act Vote "No"
Specimen Ballot on the Act
Yes
NO    \
Are jou in favor ol
bringing the "Itriti-li
Columbia Prohibition
Vet" into force I
Dont spoil your Ballot      f
Mark it Here      '
Remember-The Question to be voted
upon is not the subject of Prohibition
but the Adoption or Rejection of the
B. C. Prohibition Act.
To little hearts and big ones, too —
the Wrigley Spearmen are calling,
calling,  every day:
Their message is one of good cheer
about this refreshing, beneficial goody
that costs so little but means so much
to comfort and contentment.
Send for the Spearmen's Mother Goose book
for  young   and old, illustrated  in  colors.
Address Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co., Ltd., Wrigley Bldg., Toronto
Qhew it
after every
meal
I
Sealed
against all
impurities Page four
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
THURS, SEPTEMBER 14,1916
PROFESSIONAL  CARDS      LODGE AND SOCIETY CARDS
GURD \ SPREULL
Hamsters, Etc.
Vi. V. (iurel G. J. Spreull
CBAJBROOK, B. C.
THOMAS  T.  MECREDY
Barrister, Solicitor and
Notary
P. O. Box S5'J
CRANBROOK, B. C.
HUS. K1N<
& GREEN
Physicians and Surgeons
Ollice ut resld,
Ave
ne'e, Armstrong
11 tl 0
OFFICE
HOURS
... 9.1)0 lo 10.00
Afternoons ....
.. . 2.00 :o    4.01)
CRANBROOK, Ii. ('.
lilt. F. II. MILES
DENTIST
Offlco lei Hanson Hlock
OFFICE HOURS
9 to 12 n.m.
1 to   6 le.ra.
CRANBROOK, B. C.
CRANBROOK COTTAGE
HOSPITAL
MuIitiiIIv iiiiiI General Nursing
Garden Ave.
Torino on Application
MRS. A. SALMON, Matron
I'lione 859 P. O. Dox 845
LAIIILAW & DEWOLF
(hli and Mining Engineers
II. I'. I,nml Surveyors
CRANBROOK, B. C.
Phono 106 P. O. Box 83
PROF. C. F. NIDD
Organist Methodist Church
Receives Pupils for
Organ, Pianoforte, Voice
Etc.
Studio: 23 Norbury Av«.
P. A. PARKER
Teacher of Violin
Open (eir Engagement*.
CRANHROOK, B.C.
If vou want satisfaction
with vour washing
send it to
MONTANA EAUNOUY
Snecial urlces for fainllv
work
THE
COEUR D'ALENE
Spokane, Washington
THE HOTEL  WITH  A
PERSONALITY
This liouso lias tho
happy distinction ot be*
ing the favorlto stopping place In Spokane
for tho people of British
Columbia We appreciate
this putronugo anil ilo
everything In our power
to make you comfortable.
Our location Is oxccllont —
close to Great Norlliorn Station
and O. W. R. S N. Milwaukee
terminal, and within a minuted
walk rriuii tha principal business
houses and plaooB ed amiisemont
Sec   Steamship   on   lloef
Plione 340 P. O. Box S85
W.R.HEATTY
funeral Director and Einkuluier
riuliTlnkiiig Parlors
Fenwick Avo, near Baker St.
F. M. MACPHERSON
Undertaker
Hay I'lione 2,111, Night I'lione 85
Norbury Ave, next lo City Hall
FRANK PROVENZANO
tieneral Merchant
Employment Agent
P. O. Box 108 Phone 241
CRANBROOK, B. 0.
1.0.0. F.
KEY CITY LODGE, No. 42
Meets every
Monday eilglit
at Fraternity
Hall.     Sojourning   Oddfellows
cordially invited.
W. M. Harris,
Secy.
S. Fyles,
N.O.
KNIGHTS OE PYTHIAS
Crunbrook. B. C.
Meets every Tuesday at 8 p.m. In
the Fraternity Hall
R. C. Carr, C. C.
I' ,1c Ver* Hunt, K. R. & S.
P. O. Box 522
Visiting brethren cordlully In-
vlte'il I,, attend.
OVEHSEAS CLUB
Meets in Maple Halt second
Tuesday ol every month at 8
Ii. m.
Membership  0)1011    to    BrltlBh
citizens.
Visiting numbers cordially
welcomed.
10. Y. Brake,        J. F. Lower,
President. Secretary
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meets In the
Maple     Hall
tlrst   Tuesday
afternoon   of
e'very   montii
at 3 ii.m.
Pres., Mrs. W.
B.   McFarlane.
eoy, Mrs. John Shaw, P. 0. llox 442
All ladles cordially Invited.
(HAS. S. PARKER
Forwarding  and  Distributing
Agent for
Lethbridge Coal
Xl-ltc Powder
Imperial Oil Co.
Draylng anil Transferring
Given prompt attention
Phono 03
Tlii' Shoe Specialist
JOE MAltAPODI
Sntisfiirliiin Guaranteed
Headquarters for alt kinds of
Repalrn
le.  M. SMITH
HAT RENOVATOR
Ludies and Gentlemen's Hats
Cleaned and Blocked
OLD STYLES REMODELLED
Phone 204
THE HOME BAKERY
Unlit. Frame, Prop.
Fresh Bread, Cakes, Pies
anil Pastry
Phono 37
Norbury Ave.       Opp. City HaU
Beware
of
Imitations
Sold
on the
Merits
of
MIN AIMI'S
LINIMENT
DISTRICT NEWS
MOYIK
Dick Mac kin uf Wallace, Idaho, an
old time resident of Moyie, spent part
of last week looking after his property here.
Dr. J. H. King and party came by
automobile from Cranbrook to Moyie
on Thursday.
Tiios. D. Caven and party arrived
on Friday irom Cranbrook.
John Taylor of Kimbejrley spent
tlu* week-end in Moyie.
ln the company and under tin* direction of John Hope, the famous guide
of this part from Athalmer, Messrs, S.
Davles, War field, President of the Sea-
hoard Air Um* lly., Baltimore, Md.,
and Mr. Hrown, secretary of tile sume
mi pany, from New York, left this
week with a pack train to hunt for
large game In tlie valley of tlie lij|*
Vermillion and from there will puss
on to the head waters of llie Kootenny
Illver. They are particularly out after tirlzzley bears, moose anti mountain sheep which are known to be
plentiful in these parts.
Mrs. J. Somerset Aiklns aud Miss
Aiklns of Winnipeg are spending some
days iu tliis neighborhood.
Mr. John MacLeod, overseer of the
Dominion Fisheries, Nelson, is In here
In connection with tlie proposal to
stock Windermere Lake with game
fish. Tiiere is every likelihood tliat
this will be accomplished next year.
NKAI. INSTITUTE
That craving gnawing desire that
consumes your very soul is removed In
Just throe days. No bad after effects,
or return of tlie desire, unless alcohol
Is willfully indulged In on the part of
tlie graduate, Write for booklet, Neal
institute, Cranbrook. B, 0.
WATI.lt NOTICK
iHivcision and l*v)
TAKK NOTICE thut P. Henry Pear-
sou whose address is linker, P, O., will
apply for a licence to take and use 200
acre feet of water out of Upiwr Ha Ha,
also known as Ilazle creek, which flowa
easterly and drains into Un Hu Luke
about 3-V6 miles from lot 12241. The
water will he diverted from the stream
at a point about 250 feet east of S. VT.
corner post of lot 12241 and wlll be
used for Irrigation purpose upon the
lots doscrlbeatts No, ll and No, 12,
block 831, Tliis notice was posted on
tin* ground on the 17th day of August,
mill. A copy of this notice nnd an
application pursuant thereto and to
tin* 'Water Act, 1914" will be filed In
the ollice of th.- Wnter Hecorder at
Cranbrook, D, C, Objections to tho
application may bo Hied with the said
Water Recorder or wltli the Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament Build-
ings, Victoria, ll. C, within thirty days
after the ilrst appearance of this notice
tu u local newspaper.
V. HENRY PEARSON,
Applicant.
Tlie date of the Ilrst publication ot
this notice Is AtlgUBl 24th, 101(1.     It-It
lWKHMKUK
WALDO
Mrs. Joule of Baynes Lake returned
tliis week from the Coast where siie
had been visiting witli her daughter
for several weeks,
Mrs. P, (J. Perry of Pernie is visiting with Mrs. J. W. Sktlllng this week.
A W. Collins, lute Provincial Constable at t'ranbrook. Is visiting friends
in town this week Mr. Collins is now
a member of tlie Seaforth Highlanders
at Vancouver, and expects to leave
Tor ovcrsens service shortly.
Jim Pussle, who lias been cutting
logs all summer for the Adolph Lumber Company, moved camp tills week
to Haynes Lake.
Came Wardens llarmor and Richardson of Fort Steele were In Waldo
this week in connection with their olll
clal duties.
Mfss Madden has taken up the duties
of teacher at tlie Waldo School until
a permanent teacher can be secured.
C. Webster, W. B. McFarlane, W
Hicks and W, Kelley all of Cranbrook
were week end visitors to tliis histori
burg.
The old burg these days seems to be
a regular rendezvous for politicians,
last week end Mr. Thos. Uphill, tlie
Conservative candidate, addressed a
large meeting of the electors of tliis
district In Hoss' Hall. Mr. Sherwood
Herchmer of Pernie also spoke on behalf of tbe Conservative party. Mr.
P. Newman also of Fernie supplied tiie
opposition. This meeting was ono of
the rowdiest that has even taken place
here. This was occasioned by the
fact of a large number of Pernie gen
tlemen keeping up an incessant noise
throughout practically the whole even
lng, and spoiled what otherwise would
have been a nice meeting. This bunch
of imported noise seems to be travel
lng around the country carrying out
this policy wherever there is a political meeting being held, as far as
we are able to learn.
Another largely attended political
meeting was held In Baker's Hall on
Monday evening, which was addressed by Dr. I). Black of Baynes Lake
and A. I. Fisher the Liberal candidate,
Mr. Fisher also addressed a meeting
of tiie electors at Baynes l,ake the
same evening.
A LIVE CHURCH
Tho English Church is very busy
just now organizing for the new session. The Women's Guild is in good
form and already hard at work for the
big bazaar in November. On Sunday
next the Young People's Bible Class
will open with the first of a series of
talks upon the "Building of a Kingdom" by the Rector. The Rector is
also arranging to give a cource of
talks to men In tiie Parish HaU on
Sundays from 4.15 to 5 p.m. Among
the subjects to be dealt with are "Involution", "Heredity", "Bible and Criticism", "Social  Reconstruction."
A Social Committee will ulso be organized for the study of social problems, economic conditions, education,
i etc. Debutes on public questions
will be arranged nnd a Literature department will collect und circulate
tillable literature rotative to tha problems of tiie day.
Other activities wlll include the
opening of a general lending library;
a Boy's Club; Bible Study Kvening;
Mother's Union und Cradle Roll; performance of a play In November and
a Christmas Play for children in December. The lighter acttvltios of the
church will be managed by the Congregational Entertainment Committee
whicli will organize u program of
social dances, whist drives, lectures
and concerts.
It is hoped that every member of the
church will find interest and activity
in some department and a warm welcome will always be accorded to visitors.
KOKT   STEELE
Mr. Alexander (Jalbrallh of Syracuse
N. Y., left on Sunday for the coast
cities. While visiting his brother Mi*.
R. L. T. Galbraith and his son-in-law
Mr. T. McVittie he stated that tlie B.C.
Rockies could not be excelled on the
continent. As Mr. Galbraith has traveled extensively he ought to know.
The death of an old timer of Port
Steele took place* on Monday morning
at the rranbrook hospital. Mrs. Dilts
has suffered many years from cancer.
Her husband and six children survive
five of the lutter being In the Children's Home at Vancouver.
Emit Banks of Perry Creek spent a
few days in town last week.
J. Honey of Calgary was a visitor lu
town on Wednesday last.
We are all sorry to hear that "Si'
Patten, formerly a popular young man
of Port Steele, has been wounded for
the third time. He is now under medical care tn an Knglish hospital.
Mr. T. McVittie, Mr. A. Galbraith
and Mr. A. B. Fenwick motored in
to Cranbrook Sunday.
We are glad to hear that Mrs. A. B
Fenwick is recuperating nicely ufter
her operation at Cranbrook hospital
Miss Hodson, Cranbrook, passed
through Pt. Steele last week-end on
her way to Cranbrook after spending
her vacation at Radium aud Finley
Creek.
Dr. Tumor of invermere has been
appointed Medical Olllcer of the Col-
umbla-Kooteuay (-Uiecpway Reservation at Windermere.
The Rev. Mr. Thomson, of Cranbrook, spent a day at Athelmer in connection with church work.
Robert Musgrave, mining engineer,
who recently went north to examine
the "Paradise" mine, returned on Friday and proceeded to Victoria, U. C.
Supt Crump of Revelstoke who Is
acting for Supt. Harshaw visited Pt.
Steele last week-end and thence north.
Inspector Mcleod of the Dominion
Fisheries returned ou the Sth ufter
an important meeting concerning the
stocking of tlie Windermere Lakes
with fish from thc Oerrard hatchery.
Mrs. Philbert returned to Nelson on
Tuesday after Bpendlng a week In
town with her sister, Mrs. Werden.
II. S. Clark writes from Shorncliffe
that the llth 0, M. R. arrived safely
In Kngland and were Immediately
quarantined on account of measles.
Master "Hoy" Fenwick and Priscllla
Fenwick motored on Saturday to Jaffray wliere they wlll spend a month
with their aunt, Mrs, Derosier.
Sunday visitors In town were: Mr.
nnd Mrs. Chas. Klingensmlth, Mrs.
Hugh Watt, Miss Nlckleson of Klko;
Dan McNclsh, Fernie; John McTavish,
Hull River; Rosh Carr and family, A,
C. Bowness, Wm. Cameron, Cruulirook.
IIOMK  I a It DIN   COMPETITION
The following is the result of the
Home Garden Competition for 1916:—-
Juniors—Elizabeth Chapman !),">. Con
nle Bassett (!2, Nsabelle Parker, withdrew.
Seniors— Joe Stojack 84, Walter
Laurie 83, Roy Scott S2, Albert Webb,
moved from town.
The children are to be congratulated
on their work. We hope there may
bo moro competitors next year.
Ladies Fall and Winter
Suits and Coats
^EVER have wc shown a morc BEAUTIFUL
X^ ASSORTMENT of these garments. The
styles are pleasing and materials would be excellent
even before the war, but now that good materials
are so hard to procure, they are appreciated all the
morc. Wc havc no hesitation in placing our stamp
of approval upon them. The prices, you will find,
are very reasonable for such good garments. We
wish also to call your attention to our showing of
separate skirts, they are beautiful and cheap.
Airencv
PICTORIAL REVIEW
PATTERNS
Vonr Money Rack
ii' Goods are net as
Represented
WILL IUST Htll CONFIDENCE OF
INVESTORS
Victoria, Sept. 11.—Mr. E, M. Edgar,
a member of the English banking
firm of Sperling & Co., of Loudon,
England, made a special trip to Victoria last week to Interview Premier
Bowser on tlie question of compensation in connection with the Prohlbl- j
tion Referendum. He stated that ho
represented interests who hud invested hundreds of millions iu British
Columbia. His clients bud Invested
two million five hundred thousand
dollars in tlie B. ('. Breweries, nud lie
represented other firms who held
large Interests in the form of mortgages, etc., on hotel property. On behalf of these interests, he declared
that the proposal of the Prohibition
Act without any provision for compensation was confiscation pure and simple. Should tills program be carried
out it would do very much to disturb
tlie confidence of Old Country investors In British Columbia enterprises
and would do great harm to the credit
of the Province In London.
Premier Bowser reported to Mr.
Edgar his proposal as made in the
House, that, should the Act be approved, a commission should be appointed to inquire into thc question of
compensation. Before leaving thc
Coast Mr. Edgar stated that tills reply
could not be accepted as satisfactory
to his clients.—CONTRIBUTED,
IN   MKMORIA.H
Watson—In Loving Memory of my
dear son Trooper S. G. Watson, llth
C. M. R., who died ut the St. Eugene
Hospital, Sept. Hiih. 1915.
Por, often our thoughts do wonder,
To the grave not far uway.
Wliere we laid our own dear Samuel
Just one year ago to-day.
Inserted by his mother and family.
BORN
Sullivan—On Sunday, Sept. 8, 1916, to
ter.
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Sullivan, a daugh-
Boxter—On Wednesday, Sept. 6th,
1916, to Mr. and Mrs. Isaac J. Baxter, a son.
KNOX I'RKHHYTKRIAN ( IU IICM
Hev. W. K. Thomson, Pastor.
Morning Service 11 a.m.
Subject—Tlte   Spirit   Hope.
Sunday School and Bible Class ,'1 p.m
Evening Service 7.80 p.tn,
Subject-Elrst of a series of sertnons
on tlie Enemies of the   Lonely   Life,
"Temptation."
HORN
Hilton At Cottage Hospital, on Wednesday, Sept. 61b, tn Mr. and Mrs
L Hilton of Wattsburg, a daughter.
WATER  NOTICK
IHversion and I'se
Take notice tlmt Arthur A. Ward
whose address Is Cranbrook. B. C, wlll
apply for a licence to lake aud use
I'iit ncre feet of wuter out of Prml-
homme Creek, which flows westerly
from Moyle Mountain nud drains Into
Penvlnc Creek nbout one half mile
from tlie mouth of Peavine ('reek. The
water will be diverted from tho stream
at a point about twelve hundred feet
south east of the nortli east corner
post of lot 297 and wlll be used for
Irrigation purpose upon the land described as lot 297. This notice was
posted on the ground on the llth day
of September, 191*1. A copy of this
notice and an application pursuant
thereto and to the "Water Act, 1911"
will be filed in the ollice of the Water
Recorder at Cranbrook.
Objections to the application muy be
Hied with the said Water Recorder or !
with the Comptrollet of Wnter Bights,
Parliament Buildings. Victoria, 11. C,
within thirty days after the Ilrst appear, uno of thia noti' • In a local
newspaper,
A. A. WARD, Applicant.
Tbo date of tlio first publication of
Ihis notice Is September llth, 1916.
S7-4I.
Prohibition Act Dir=
ectly Aimed at Men
of Moderate Means.
It provides for unlimited importation of liquor from outside
the province by individuals who have money
at their command
TI.MHKK SALE No. ;<«.
Scaled tcnek'rs will bo received by
the Minister o£ Laeiela not later than
noon on the llth day of October, 1916,
for the purchase of License No. 703,
to cut 10,066,000 feet ot Douglas Flr,
Cedar, Lurch, Yellow Pine, Whlto Pine,
Cottonwood and Dead and Down Timber; also 14,000 Cedar Poles and 80,-
(100 Railway Ties, covering tliat portion of Lot 274, Kootenay District,
situated south of llie Goat Hiver.
[ Two years will be allowed for removal of timber.
; Further particulars of the Chief For-
este'r. U. C, or District Forester,
Cranbrook, 1!. C. 34-St.
BUT
IT SAYS THAT THE WOHKINUJIAN CAN NO LONGER
PURCHASE HIS SINGLE "GLASS OK  BELR" OR
SECURE   HIS   USUAL   BEVERAGE   BV  THE
BOTTLE    EXCEPT    BV   IMPORTING   IX
QUANTITY, THE OUTLAY  BECAUSE
OP   HEAVY   TRANSPORTATION
CHARGES    MIKING    PURCHASE   PRACTICALLY
PROHIBITIVE FOR
HIM
This is Class Legislation
READ THE ACT Vote 'INo'
CAM   HI;
iusikvk
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tlie reserve existing on certain lauds
in the vicinity of Lulu* Crook, Cranbrook District, surveyed as Lot 6629,
Kootenay District, hy reason of a notice which appeared in tin Hritish
Columbia Gazette on the 27th of Dee-
etuher, 1007, is cancelled, and that all
vacant Crown lands within the boundaries of suid lot will be open to preemption entry on Monday, the 13th duy
of November, llilii, at tlie hour of nine
o'clock In tho forenoon.
Applications for entry will he received at the office of the Government
Agent, at Cranbrook, and must be confined to an area   not   exceeding   1(10
acres.
R.  A.   RBNWICK,
Deputy Minister or Lands.
Lands Dept.. Victoria, B. C.
1st September, 1916. 3G-10t.
White   Star   Dominion   Line
MONTREAL — QUEBEC—LIVERPOOL
l,AH0E, M0DK1IN 11,000 TON STEAMERS, OAHKVINfl CABIN AMI
Tlllllli CLASS ONLY
tSi'iit -Julie S, S, "Irishman"
Oet. lllll. S. S. "Norllilllliil"
IM. iNth, S. H. "Sieiitliliinil"
Nor. Ml, S. S. "Camilla"
Cabin rate $50 and $55 anil up.       tCargo only.
For further Information apply to Company's Offlce, 019 Second Ave.,
Soattte, A. K. Disney, Agent, or Uenlo & Elwell; J. W. Spence, Agent,
0. P. It., Cranbrook.
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada, Limited
oillce, Smelting and Refining Department
TRAIL,   HRITISH COLUMBIA
SMELTERS  AND   REFINERS
Purchatferfl of Gold, Silver, Copped and Lea4 Ores
TRAIL BRAND PIO LEAD, BLUE8TONB AND  SPELTER
SYNOPSIS   OF   C0A1   HIMNtl
una i viiovs
Coal mining right?, of the Dominion, In Manitoba, Saskatchewan and
Alberta, tho Yukon Territory, the
North-West Territories and in n portion of the Province of llrltlsh Columbia, may be leased for a term of
'twenty-one yea's at an annual rental
lof il an acre No more than 1!,[>i.O
jllrill he leased to out* applicant,
i Application for a lease must he
made by the applicant In person lo
the Agent or Stib-Agont of the district in wlilcli the rights applied for
,aro situated.
! In surveyed territory lhe land utiisl
lt)fl described hy sections, of hty.nl BtlU-
,divisions of sections, uml hi unsurvey-
'ed territory tho trncl applied for Htmil
he slaked mil by tho ai'iilleant himself.
Kuril upplii .iI ii.n iniist be accompanied by it t. r $;, which will he
nl Ird ii the rights applied for are
not available hut not otherwise. A
royalty shall he paid ou the merchantable output of Hie mine nt (hi1 rale
of five cents per ton.
Tho person o para tin a  tho   mlna
shall furnish the Agent with sworn
returns accounting for the full quantity of merchantable coal mined und
pay the royalty thereon. If the coal
minim; rights are uot being operated
such returns should he furnished ut
least once u year.
The tenso will Include the coal
mining rights only, hut tho leaoo
may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be
considered necessary for the worthing
of the mine at the rate of $10.00 un
acre.
For full Information application
should ho made to tlie Secretary of
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent
ot Dominion Lands.
W. W. CORY,
Deputv Minister of the Interior.
N. 11.■-- Unauthorized publication of
tliis advertisement wlll not be paid
for.—30690.
DR. DeVAN'S FRENCH PILLS 6B&
{iilutiuK I'll! (or Women. $r) a boi or three (or
IU. Sold at ell 11nu- Htoren. or nulled to any
addrt'HHon riToli'tof price. Thr Bcohiu. DSOO
Co .Hi Ctitharlnra, Ontario.	
PHOSf H0N0L FOR MER
Vitality: for Nerve end Drain; luci
natter'-aTonlc-wlli hulld yuu up.
two for f>, at dni« ■tort*, or by m*.
■fttjjjll    THllCU»BLLl>RU(lCO.,il.

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