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Array tsgHlstlTe Assembly
JUB PRINTING
We ere well equipped to
tarn ont the belt class
ol work.
THE CRAM BROOK HERALD
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IF   YOU   WANT   CRANBROOK   TO   GROW.   PATRONIZE   HOME   ENTERPRISE
VOLUME  15
OBANBBOOK,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.   TIIUBSUAY, DECEMBER  4,  1913
NO. 4i»
KOOTENAY CENTRAL
ROUTE ESTABLISHED
STATION Til BE WITHIN THREE
HUNDRED    YARDS OP ATHALMER TOIVNSITE.
Athalmer, Nov. 17.—Negotiations
have been concluded and an agreement
arrived ut between .1, I,. McKay as
owner ol tlie Atlmiiner townslte,
and lb., chief engineer ol tlio Canadian Pacilie railway, resulting in the
final settlement of tl)c right-ol-way
question and the ligation ol the ir.il-
way depot.
Tlie line   will    traverse tlie Athalmer   townslte    Immediately west ol I would soon be competing with
thc football   Held,    and    follow the   I'.PR. through this district.
ill G. LJU HERE?
RUMOR TO   BUILD SOUTH FROM
OALOARY TO PINC11ER
CREEK.
Last week Ibe rumor ol activities
ol the Canadian Northern in .Southern Albcrln was again revived with
tlie assurance ot the Southern Al-
lierlu press lhat the road would be
completed through to Maclcod and
j Pinchcr Creek ahirlng tbe year lull.
Much ol the proposed route south ol
Calgary has already been graded and
it would take but little work to
complete tlie road from Calgary 'o
Maclcod. It has been a persist-nt
rumor through tlie Crows Nest Pass
for several months that the C.N.It.
the
i'bc
route of thc original survey lo thc' acquisition ol mineral properties by
point where (lie grade is alr.'inly Mackenzie and Mann at Pilot 8av
completed. and in the Marysville district    'ends
The depot will be situated 287 color to llie supposition that their
yards south of the south limit of the intentions are to eventually tap Ms
Athalmer townsitc, and the railway t district with a branch line, ,'hiir
authorities will construct a publio surveyors were working over Ibe
road Irom    Athalmer to the station.! Ooli! Creek country south of    C'ran-
Survey instruction    lor this purpose
have lieen issued.
Negotiation between the owners ol
the Athalmer and Invermere town-
sites to determine the name ol thc
station arc pending.
LEGISLATURE *T0 MEET IN
Victoria, Nov. 2!!,—It is announced
Irom authentic sources lhat the provincial legislature will meet early iu
January for the purpose ol dealing
with three important proposals,
namely, the providing ol $25,000,000
as a subsidy lor Mackenzie and Mann
ln support ol their railway schemes
in this province, passing a vote o[
$15,000,000 lor Foley, Welch anal
Stewart, the railway contractors,
and a   similar amount for other pur
hrook last summer and next ysnr
| I hero should be definite pronouncement ol their Intended route which is
expected now to pass through Cran-
' hrook from tbe south of Baker • .m-
tnin in a northwesterly direction
through thc valley which leads to the
St. Marys river whieh will be b.U.w-
cd to Pilot Bay. Thc C.N.R. is
laying steel faster than any other
line now in the Dominion ol Caiuia
and the rich subsidies granted by the
government will assist greatly iu thc
completion of their projects which is
lo perfect one of the greatest tall-
road systems in tlie Dominion.
There is considerable criticism ol
their methods ol financing but ch.Tc
could be only encouragement (rom
this district, if they prove they
are seriously inclined to furnish additional transportation facilities for
the mineral wealth ot the Marysville
Ilivcr country as welt as furnishing a
competing line for Cranbrook and the
| closely adjacent country.
Programme of Concert  given by Cran-
'    brook City Band last Tuesday
PART I.
Overture—
Vooai, Bow
' Nnbiicodnosor"   	
HAND
.-"Anchored"-	
Mil.  II. II. (All
Selection—"Ha>hi.iiiiiiii (.hi"	
HANI)
Vocal Dibit - "Chink, t'lii.'k" I By request)
I'mil
II'til sort
Btilfe
Hei.ei-iion-
Fram " The Country tlirl"
MISS M. KENSEI1V ASH MR. A. RAWORTH
'Tho Goddess of Liberty"    Hoirard
KSADiNii -Seleotod
hash
Mil.  lUlla.1.1. IHHI.IXll
l'AHT 11
Overture
"The Calif of Bagdad"
HANI'
Vci'AL BOLO   "A 1*.
rfeot Day"   	
Mils. MAURICE QUAIN
    Boitltiieu
Currie Jacobs Bond
BKI.E.TION -   Maintain;!"	
HANI)
Duett  '* Lovo ind Wav " 	
MKSS1IS. I'AMKtlilN ANI1 IIOUQIUM
Clarinet Bom  "a.
•■nni Air Vuri"    ...
JAMES AUSTIN
Wallace
....   Cooke
Dagnells
MeIM.I'V  " " Scotch Mclaaalie
An. hy .Vtietey
"lion SAVE TIIE KING."
Accompanist
Miisii'iil Director
Mrs. Ira H. Mannish
James Austin
The above programme rendered at
lho Cranbrook city band concert lasl
Tuesday prating nl tin' Young Men's
Club Imitating was heard hy a large
crowd and those present expressed
the opinion (hat lhe concert wos one
ol thc best ever heard In the city.
All the instrumental numbers wero
well rendered and warmly applauded
by the audience. Thc opening overture "Nahuoodonosor" by Verdi was
one ol thc most difficult renditions of
lhe evening and was ably interpreted
by the bandsmen. A Bclccoion from
the old livorlto opera "Bohemian
(Iirl," proved to bo lull ol tunelul
and e'ipcaling harmony and tho selection Irom that grand old opera
"Maritann" were among the best
numbers or. the programme.
Mrs. Maurice Qualn sang "A Pi
fret Day" and on being encored,
"I love You Truly," two beautiful
songs by Carrie Jacobs Bond. Her
rendition was lull ol expression!, the
exquisite sweetness of the songs being prescrvid. She wns generously
applauded.
Mr. Cameron rendered "Anchored"
a basso solo and his duett with Mr.
Honpjun "Love oal Wm" wm   aa-
Link Cranbrook With
Kootenay Central Railway
Twenty Five Hundred Dollars Raised at Board of Trade Meeting
for use of Special Committee to Take up Matter of
Inducing C.P.R. To Build Branch
WILL PETITION GOVERNMENT TO OPEN LAND FOR
PRE-EMPTION
Committee Named to Work on Petition with Conservative Association ; Time Cheques Were Declared Illegal and a
Menace to Lumber Industry as well as Laborer
and Business Interests
Twenty-live hundred dollars was following
raised st thc board ol trade meeting J Kyon, W.
lost Kriilay night for the use ol a
special committee which will have iu
charge the work ol inducing Ihe G.
P. It. to build a branch line between
Cranbrook and the Kootenay Central.
The committee who have thc matter
in charge and will spend thc money
arc: Mayor A. C. Howness, It. E.
Beattie, Oeo. K. Stevenson, V. Hyde
Baker, Dr. J. II. King, Jas. T. Laldlaw and N. Hanson.
The meeting was calb'd to ord.'r
last Friday evening promptly at 8.SO
o'clock by President Darling and
there was present one ol the largest
gatherings ol representative citizens
that has been seen at a board of
trade meeting lor the past several
years in Ihis city.
Mr. W. Ilalsall, tlie sccrrtary, reed
the minutes ol thc previous meeting
whieh were approved.
The president reported that the
executive had been making arrangements lor the bi-monthly luncheon
and had frund tbat the various
ladies organizations connected witb
the churches were too busy until al
ter the holidays and bad therefore
rented the Y.M.C.A. dining room ant
dishes and bad cngaga-d Mr. Robert
Frame to cater for thc tlrst luncheon
which was proposed to be held on
December 10th. Thc executive also
had in hand tlie matter ol arranging
a programme lor the first luncluon.
Mr. Mcorc, ol Blairmore, had as'ied
to address the luncheon and he would
he present to give lacts and figures
relating to thc conservation ol pine
stumps lor a purpose which he will
outline at the meeting. On motion
liv Chas. Ward nnd Maurice Quain
the action of thc executive was
dorseil aind the first luncheon will be
held nl tlie Y.M.C.A. on Derember
llltl,.
Mr. A. B. Watts addressed lh.
meeting regarding Ihe changing ol
the name Irom Board of Trade to
Canadian Club and comprising the
whole district ol Kootenay.
Various communications were read
nnd on motion by Mr. Oeo. F. Stevenson w-,is Iniil over to tbe next
meeting.
The matter ol land in the district
being thrown open lor pre-emption
which had attention nt tbe last
mcitlng again came up and Mr. A. K.
Watts staled  that at the last meet-
JOY FOREVER
committee   named: Joseph  it was  one ol   the   most  important
B.    McFarlane, T. B. <)'•   questions ol   the meeting and       was
Conncll, Dr. .1. II. King.    The coin-  willing to   remain all night il     any
mittec was empowered   with author- remedy or solution could tic dcvis.d.
ity to add to their numbers. |    Jos. llyau said thai so far as    he
Mr. McFarlane asked why tbe 8,000 was acquainted with the laws ol the
acres should be continually mention- province th." issuing oi the time
ed? He thought lhat all lands oi»n- cheques was strictly illegal nnal
ed in the province should be opened: wherever men had applied to the
lor pre-emption. There were several courts for relief a pay cheque had
thousand acres   lying adjacent       to been forthcoming  immediately.        A
TOUHINC1     UTOMOHI1.IST WILL
WHITE BOOK ON "THROUGH
•H. 0. HY AUTO"
.1. l-\ Spauldlng, who recently
came through Cranbrook by automobile, lias complete bis tour ol the
province anil now claims tu tie the
pioneer motorist to make the trip
across the mountains Irom tbe coast.
In a report of bis trip it is stated
that when they readied Cranbrook
they struck tlie only roads where
motoring was a joy forever, the roads
in the Cranbrook, Fernie and Golden
distriots being the best encountered in
the whole district. From Cranbrook
tliey went lo Golden, back to Fort
Steele, thence to Kernie.
The trip was made by Mr. Spalding
to get material and authentic information unit appropriate views [or his
new hook, entitled "Through B.C.
hy Auto," which will lie published in
tlie near future. This work will
prove invaluable to motorists and
will doubtless alo much to encourage
traffic in ihe scenic province, Th,-
scheme has met with the approval ol
alt tiiaanis i.i trade and motor clubs
and sufficient advertising patronage
has been secured to make the utwta-t-
taVing ,i profitable one lor the author,
About 1700 miles ol territory were
covered anil in many instances their
car wus thc first to travel over certain roads To Mr. Spalding (alls tbe
honor i,f being the first motorist to
make tlio    journey    trom   the coast
across the Rockies.
IllliSllIIllll
a n
■     CHRISTMAS SHOPPING     1
S NUMBER. a
g Next wavk tin. lleralal will
S issue a special Christmas
B shopping number containing mi
a account ol tin- many ataaaui
a things ia. I*- purchased iu
a Cranbrook lair the holida) .call son
a this issue is given iu answer
B to the question   ol "Why Yaau
1 Should     Hill   ait     llollla''"  and   S
1 will   a..aiitain    potent  tails    a.f   a
a 'he   growtla    a.i the elt)  as an   a
a Increasing inula- center.             H
a a
a a a a a s a a » a a a a s
Cranbrook whicli should all be thrown
open lor pre-emption.
This was found to be the consensus
of opinion and a motion by Mr. A.
R. Watts seconded by Mayor Howness, the secretary was instructed tn
forward the resolution passed by the
meeting on tlie subject ol tlte land
preemption question to every board
of trade w ithin thc province asking
them to concur in the matter.
President Darling stated that several citizens had requested him to
bring the matter of tiie May time
cheque question belore the meeting
and announced that it was now open
for discussion. The subject was
mentioned almost in a whisper ant
for a lew minutes it seemed that no
one would speak on thc subject. Finally Mr. Watts was asked for his
opinion on the subject and be stated
that he was unequivocally against
thc time cheque system, that it was
tbe most demoralizing inlluence today
in the lumber trade and tliat on its
account the lumbermen of the district were in a bad state simply because cf this one system. He thought
that time cheques had more to do
with thc taai. conditions in thc lumber market than American competition or tbe financial stringency.
The men were not paid until May
during the winter months and that
meant that thc ordinary companies
operating in this dislrict would have
an obligation ol about $150,000 to
meet on May first. In order to
raise this large amount tliey had tn
dump their goods upon the market at
any price in order to realize. This
was the whole cause ol the demorali
nation ol tabe lumber business. Tbe
time cheque system w-as iniqultiniis
for thc men working under it, dan
gerous for thc business men ol the
community and of especial danger to
the industry itself and he thought It
ought to be alH.HKh.-il forthwith.
Mr.   T.    II. O'Conncll, manager ol
the Royal bank, stated    that      the
other number that pleased.
Miss Margaret Kennedy and Mr. A
llaworlh captivated the audience with
their "Chick Chick" duett from the
"Country Girl." For encore they
rendered "Quarreling" from the same
opera.
Mr. Harold Darling gave a "llabi
tant" recitation which received at
encore. His "French" Is growiug
moro understandable to English
speaking people, as he has ac ,u r d
tbe art ol expression with his hands.
The clarionet solo by James Austin
was well received. He rendered the
difficult "Second Air Vari" by Dagnells proving himsell a complete
master of thc intricacies of the clar
ionct. He was vigorously applauded
and responded with an encore.
Thc band has shown wonderful improvement under lhe direction ot Mr.
Austin and It is hoped that Ihey may)
continue to improve, it is expected
that during next season seats will be
provided for the people at the park,
where thc band gives concerts weekly. The band desires to thank all
those who so kindly assisted ln
making the concert a success and to
those who generously donated to and
pationlred the concert.
ing ol the Cranhrook District Con-c banks were not consulted by the lum-
servntive association a committee, bcrmen In regard lo the issuing ol
had lieen appointed lo act in con- thc time cheques and lhal the banks
junction with tho Cranbrook board ol whenever possible, tried
trade in securing a petition to      the] age thc issuing nl time cheqins
government asking that all lands being opened lie thrown open lor preemption. Mr. Watts spoke feelingly
in support of thc proposition, stating
It was one ol the greatest questions
helore the people of thc district at
tills time. He said it was a well
Inown tact that people could not find
land in this district on which to
settle, that a mnn might walk into
Cranbrook looking lor land but would
get no information at the local gov
ernment office. That the government,
had signified tlieir Intention ol opening about 8,000 acres In this district
and that parliament should bo impressed wilh thc deling nl the people
to discour
It
had been said thai the banks made
all thc rake-olf but their charge of 1
pot cent per month discount was not
high in view of Ihe risk taken. Some
ol the time cheques ot last May had
not yet heen liquidated. The tanks
only cashed tbem for their customers, the business men ol the district,
who would be forced to close up il
the banks did not make some provision toe carrying them. The time
cheque system hnd driven out many
ot the best men, which had been
proven in the diminishing ol savings
bank accounts. Those working under
the Byslem aft present did not pend
any ol   their    money In the district
that this land   lie opened lor      pre- hut took live hulk ol It away lo lor-
cmptlon. |elgn  countries.     He thought condl-
Jos. Ryan also spoke in support ol, tlons would be better il thc lumber-
Ibe measure and proposed 0 motion) men only employed hall their lorcc
that a committee be appointed to and paid cash,
work In connection wilh the com- Ii was then proposed lo drop the
mlttce Irom the Conservative asaocl- discussion which added lucl to thc
atlon lor tlie scouring ol names on  a  names   anil    Ibe subject    was mora,
thoroughly Ihreashed out by      moro motion that a    committee Is-
petition   to tlie   provincial authcri-
contract, verbal or written, would
not protect thc lumber men in any
case. The matter lay between the
men and their employers.
It was then proposed to appoint a
committee to make >a test ease anil II
it was found legal to petition lor
legislation to ito away with the system, but as it was found tn be the
general consensus ot opinion that the
practice was entirely illegal, a motion to appoint a committee to deal
witb thc matter was carried.
Mr. If. E. Beattic then Introduced
the main topic ol thc meeting which
was thc matter ol endeavoring to induce thc C.P.R. to huild a cut-on to
the Kootenay Central belore the completion ol the road so that trade
whicli should naturally come to
Cranbrook would not be diverted
somewhere else in, the meantime. He
thought that now was the time to
get busy. Thc C.P.R. could stand a
whole lot of pounding on the back
anal he proposed that pounding be indulged iu until assurance was given
that thc road would be built. The
Heattie-Murphy Co. was ready to
give (200 if twelve other houses
would give an equal amount lor the
carrying on ol the work.
Mr. (Ieo. F. Stevenson on behalf of
the Cranbrook Jobbers, Ltd., proposed to give 11 for every $3 subscribed
lor the use ol the special committee
on this work, in any amount not to
exceed $500.
Jos. Ryan pointed out the absolutely unquestioned importance ol accomplishing this object at once and
stated that he would give 1100 for
the work.
Mayor Bowness stated that he vas
willing to subscribe $200 and thought
thc matter one of the utmost impi;t-
ance to tbe eity.
P. DeVere Hunt wanted lhe new
candidates for city office al Ihe next
election to run on a pledge to Introduce u bylaw for the vote ol lhe
people raising (10,000 lor Ihis purpose by taxation.
.Mr. lra It. Manning was not in
favor ol thc subscription plan nnd
proposed another system ol twelve
monthly payments wl.ich on motion
was voted down.
After considerable discussion tl"'
following resolution was pa is d:
"That a subscription list be opcmal
by the board ci trade for the exclusive use ol the committee and tliat
amount subscribed be made paya'ilc
in four demand notes payable as the
needs tl the committee demanaled."
President declared a recess, ut thc
end ol whieh time it was found that
a grand total ol $2300 had been subscribed at the meeting. As the
committee have power to keep *.h ir
list open, it is thought that a .much
larger amount can be secured I. r
this purpose il It is found necessary
The committw whlrh is named in tlie
first paragraph is » very representative one and have lull powers to act
In the matter as they desire, reporting to thc board ol trade as progress
Is made.
Mr. R. R. Nolo.proposed the ni.t-
ter of extending thc city limits ami n
IT WYCLIFFE
The sanctuary of the new church
building ot St. Andrew's, Wycliffe
was dedicated for public worship last
Sunday hv the Venerable Archdeacon
Beer, archdeacon of the diocese of
Kootenay, assisted by tbe Itev A
B. Lane, missionary incumbent of tbe
district. The cost of the* building
was defrayed in great part by the
pec pic in thc locality and all rejoiced
in the success of the efforts mad*> by
the residents of Wycliffe and district.
The sidesmen are Messrs. Sterling
Staphs, Chester Staples an*! .John
Balkwill; the organist Miss Maybee.
The president, vice-president and secretary respectively of the Women's
Guild arc Mrs. Staples, Mrs Johnson and Mrs. Smith. Tlu* church is
built on the crest of a hill in the
midst of the town and meets a long-
felt want. No trouble has t*»n
spared to provide the church with
suitable furniture, thanks being due
to Mr. Horace Davics and others for
gifts.
DIPLOMAS FOR MANUAL
TUIMG SCHOOL
The new school law contains the
following addition to the requirements for thr entrance examination-.
1. Diplomas will be awarded by
the department of education to those
pupils who complete thc course prescribed for manual training.
. Male candidates lor high school
entrance cxaminaeions from sehools
in which instruct, ion has been given
must hold manual ir.iinlng diplomas
or fulfil the requirements ss to attendance and work.
CALLED OK LIST
LONG JOURNEY
DEATH  CLAIMS TRAINMAN  AFTER TEN   YEARS SERVICE
ON l\ V. R
Hugh Cbas Mcrron died nt the
St. Eugene hospital last Saturday
after a week's .line*--- vritli rheumatic
lever. Funeral service* were held
on Tuesday with mass f"i thc dead
at the Catholic church at 9.30 and
services from the undeitakin.; parlors
ot F. M Macpherson at - 3" in the
afternoon, conducted hy Father Plamondon, the body being shipped to
the home of his parents at Brock-
ville. Oct . or, the afternoon train
east Kred Genes t accompanied the
remains The (uncial was attended
by all the railroad men in the city,
several railroad orders bring represented in tin* large concourse which
followed the cortece to the train.
Hugh Merton was one ot the most
popular trainmen in the city. He
started work tor *he C.P.R just ten
years ago. making hic initial run on
becernberist. 1903. lh- was promoted to the position ot couductoj
on August 29th. 1808. He was 33
Tears of ace-
JUST TI SAY G000 BYE
AND COOD LUCK!
A numher of friends of the esteemed)
provincial constable. George Welsby,
of Wardner. who has been promoted
to senior police constable at Fernie,
under Chid Minn, invited Mr. Welsby to sit down with them at a
sumptuous dinner prepared hy a number ol lady friends Tin- dinner was
enjoyed by all and at tlie dose
speeches were made ami all ouched
in terms of hizhe-t praise for the
worthy constable. \fter the iof.ee
cups had b«*en click, d he all they
joined in sinemtr "He's a -lolly
Good Fellow.'' \ very neat speech
was then made bi Mr W F liurgess,
C. P. R. agent, who presented the
guest of the evening with a line
meerschaum pipe as a token ot appreciation. Mr. W.-lshy responded
with a few words ot thanss Ho
left last Wednesday toi Fernie to assume Iris new duties His many
friends wish him every lUCCeM
LE OF THE
That the rule of the road in British Columbia lie altered to that
trallic should proceed on the right
side of the road instead of the lelt
was one ol the radical suggestions
made hy Hie grand jury in closing
their work at the assizes in Vancouver. If tin* rule were changed,
say the jury, the regulations of Brit'
foil ..Columbia would then be the same
as in the majority of other provinces.
ties.
The motion   wu oactk-d aad
■peakers.
tW1    Mx. W.
pointed and that the residents
adjoining the city limits Ik* int,*r
viewed ascertaining their dt'sin-s in
the matter of heing incorporate.! ii
the city limits was carried
The hearty Congratulation* ol the
board of trade was extmded to Br.
■I. II. Kin-g on the distinguished hon
ors which he recently received r.l
Chicago,
The mooting throughout was inter
esting and harmonious and augurs
well far (lie future success of the
hoard of trade. The matter of
Kootenay Central will Ih* a '•**''
ject at board ol trade meetings
lot
THK
CIUTE     FATTKMV;    OF
POULTRY.
MuKarlaa* thoilfkt that' StaUtvilla m*\ aw two Wlockt touik tome time to corar.
Practical experience has shown
that crate fi-eding is not only a very
satisfactory but also an economical
method of fattening poultry. The
saving in the amount "t feed required
to produce one pound ot i^.n is unite
marked, and the fn-de, is enabled lo
observe to greater advantage the
progress beinn made by individual
birds lie can alao, if mcoaaary,
curtail the duration ol the leedlng
period in tbe case of birds which
have attained their maximum weight
and ate ready to hi* placid in the
finishing crate.
Crate fattening cannot with success be Carried on In a haphazard
way. The feeder mj.uin-s io understand the principles of what he is at
and to ghc the necessary attention
to the details of his work. In order
to teach the proper method of feeding
poultry in crates the live stock commissioner at Ottawa has had prepared a seasonable illustrated pamphlet
on the subject which explains clearly
tlte const ruction of a fattening crate,
the constituents ami preparation of
proper rations, the method of (ceding, killing and dressing birds and
information regarding packing for
market The work which is designated Pamphlet No, 2 of the l.ivo
Stock Ilranch is available to all who
apply for it while the <ditinn lasts
to the Publications Ilranch oi tho
Department of Agriculture At Ot--
tawa TIIE   CRANBROOK   HERALD
OBA.NBROOK HERALD
J. I. THOMPSON. Editor aid Mnafer
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cents
WHAT „ GREAT
IN Si TOM
T
PEOPLE
of
CRANBROOK. B.C., December 4th, 1913
EDITORIAL NOTES
What Hritish Columbia needs more
than anything else is more Hindus.
Lot them all in. 01 course there is
plenty ot room lor Japanese and
Chinese, but wo prefer Hindus, lots
nf them. We would like to see the
Hindu better treated,
Think o! flic Hindu and what he
and the other Orientals "can do tor
the province. Sir Itichard is i|iiilc
right when he maintains his prcscnl
attitude toward (hem. Wo sympathize with Sir Richard and heartily supporl his attitude. They make
excellent citizens and are hard working nnd industrious. Ilrsidcf, that
they spend their money freely in this
country and do everything Ihey can
tor the benefit of Canada,
All this bother about a white Hritish Columbia is tiresome. It has become so had that oven Sir Richard
has been forced tu pretend that hi
Objects to Orientals. We do not
blame him for making this pretense,
for after all it is only another sign
ol his statesmanlike qualities. As n
matter of fact the premier feels just
like wo do oui selves, let 'em all in.
at so much a head, It means ready
money earning  niln the country  with
the
this
Parisian  Sup,e is a discovery
celebrated scientist, who spent
best years ol his life perfecting
great hair tonic.
In giving his recipe to ihe t'ana
liian people he said: "Parisian Sag.
is the most delightful hair drawing
in the world." It cures dandrun by
killing the Rcrms that infest lhe
roots of the hair; it stops (ailing
hair, it gives Vigor and strength to
the hair roots. The llc.itlic-Mui'phy
Co., Ltd., sells Parisian Sage in u
largo fifty cent bottle—and guarantees it to do all that is claimed (or
il, or your money is refunded. It
slops falling huir, dandruff, itching
scalp and restores life nnd beauty to
dull faded hair in two weeks.
Marjorie Stephens, aged one year
and eight months, died at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E.
Stephens in this city on last Saturday morning after an illness of several weeks from diabetes. Funeral
services were held on Sunday otter-
noon conducted by Rev. \V. K. Thomson.
CURLING
There will be a meeting of the Curling cluh in the council chambers,
city hall on Monday, December 8th,
at 8 o'clock sharp. Now that the
weather is getting colder, and there
is u prospect ot ice in a few days, 11.
is necessary to appoint the skips and
form the rinks. A full attendance
is desirable in order to do this in a
satisfactory manner, and it is hoped
that every member who cam will he
on haud.
The membership committee report
tliat there are already over eighty
members enrolled, which augurs well
for the success of curling in
Cranhrook this winter.
MAY BE
YOUR FORTUNE
whose glory and horror :hinos longest will he he who serves the will of
tho common people, who really gives
his life to service and not ha who
takes life to   make others serve him.
CHURCH COLUMN
V.-ATH0M0 CHURCH.
Sundays—Low mass at 8..10 a.m.,
iigh mass, 10.3(1 a.m.; Sunday school
from 2 to U p.m.; I'osary ami Bene-
fiction at 7.30 p.m.
Mondays and holy days ot obligation—Mass at 8 a.m.
Week days—Mass at 0 am. at the
nospltal.
P. Plamondon,
O.M.I.
every
m one v
Onentiil, and we need
—Western Howl.
lh.
Thc statement „| Mr. A. I'. Walls
at the hoard of trade meeting hist
Friday night lo the cltect thai it is a
well known fact that the homeseck-
ers in this district can get no in
formation concerning lands :r the
government offices, should reditu id to
his credit as coming from a na.i who
is unafraid to speak his mind. As
one of the leaders of th.1 Conservative
party in this district his worls wen-
surprising. The Liberal press have
been devoting space day after .l.i>
asserting this well known Tact, mil
no attention is paid to anjihins •
Liberal might say in this province,
t'oming from such an authoritative
source as Mr. Watts the words must
hnve weight. We therefore again
wish fo congratulate Mr. Watts (n
speaking his mind, in hewing to the
line, let the chips fall. Such i-iir-
age in the fad* nf the defense -p the
government's land policy recently expounded hy Messrs. Bowser and K' ss
should prove that there are li'incM
f'onsfrvatives who will not tic lead
Into fallacy, into wrong statements,
or btt misled by the machinations o'
party leaders.
Latest despatches in the press foreshadow tlu* crumbling of the Huerta
regime in Mexico. Tbis self-appointed diclator of the troubled nation must see the handwriting 0n thr
wall, the shaping ol events as they
are closing around him and one -by
one driving him closer and closer to
the end Huerta gained his little
day of power by assassination and
since his advent Ims placed in jail his
Chamber of deputies and assumed all
the functions of government—legislative, judicial and executive. The lay
of autocrats is passing, only those
countries that are strong democratically are strong in world power.
The final ultimate result of justice is
the will of the people, which, las time
moves along, is found lo mean more
and more the will of the common
people. The next autocrat to no
will lie the autocrat of CMnt, a base
usurper of authority, a murderous,
designing demagogue who rules hy
right ot might. He may have his
litlle day but he too must jade and
pass   away. The    rights     11  til-
people, the equity and Justice .if Jaws
made equal for rich and poo;*, until
all be conserved in the future, nnd it
will be a wise ruler who recognizes
the principle of   the game, ilia*.      he
KNOX PKKSHYTK1UAN CHURCH,
Pastor, W, K. Thomson,
Morning service, 11 a.m. Subject:
"Tin* Mission nf .lesus."
S. S. and Bible class, 3 p.m.
Kvening service, 7.30 p.m. Subject
"A Study of New Testament Characters: Simon and Peter,"
Vocal selections at both services.
This is your Father's House. He
bids yon come and will give you a
welcome.
Mid - week service ou Wednesday
evening at 8 p.m.
BAPTIST CHURCH.
Rev. O. K. Kendall, pastor.
Morning worship, 11.00k. Topic:
"Power for service, Whal It Is, How
It Is Obtained aud the Work It Will
Accomplish."
Sunday school, 3.00 p.m.
Fellowship Bible class, 3.00 p.m.
Kvening worship, 7.30k. Topic:
"The Deceitfulncss ol Sin."
The Lord's Supper will he observed
in the evening service.
All are cordially welcomed to all
our services.
METHODIST CHURCH.
Rev. W, E, Dunham, pastor.
Sunday services: Tlie pauetor will
preach at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.
Onward Bible class ut 3 p.m.
Morning subject: "Lile and Truth."
Kvening subject: '' A t'onl rast—
Right and Wrong.'!
The choir under the leadership    ol
Mrs.   (ieo.    Stevenson   will     render
special music at both services.
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DIED
■fames Mauley Simpsnn, the two-
year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. J antes
Simpsou, of Slatcrville, died at the
family residence last Thursday nfler
a week's illness following a hemorrhage. Funeral services were eon
ducted from tiie residence on Saturday afternoon, by Rev. W. K. Dunham, pastor of the Methodist church,
Erie Pierson, the scven-yem-old son
of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pierson, of
Moyie, died at the St. Eugene hospi
tal last Saturday morning of pneumonia. Tin* body was sent to the
undertaking parlors of F. M. Macpherson and the funeral services
were conducted from there on Monday morning, by Rev. W. K. Thomson, pastor ol thet Knox Presbyterian
church.
Those Who Rely on
the great home remedy which has proved its power to
relieve safely and speedily the minor ailments arising
from defective or irregular action of the organs of
digestion, find themselves spared hours of suffering
and able to ward off the attacks of serious sicknesss.
BEECHAM'S PILLS
never disappoint those who take them. They help the
digestion, stimulate the liver, clear the kidneys and regulate the bowels. By purifying the blood they increase
cheerfulness and create confidence. As actions depend
on health and strength, those who know Beecham's Fills
Enjoy Life
PrnvMl ooIt l.y Thornta lir., i,.,,,. St. Hrlcni, Ur.eaJilrr, Pull*nA
ftilJwtn^hcKmr.nmtiun.U1. K. An.rnci,   Intxm*.. 3li rn.i*.
MARRIED
Mr. 0. W. Ripley nnd Miss Mary
Bosley, both of this eity, were united
iu marriage al the Methodist parsonage on Wednesday afternoon last at
five o'clock. Miss Violet Bury supported the bride and Mr. Fred Beck-
was best man. Rev. W. E. Dunham, of the Methodist church, performed the ceremony. A few Immediate friends of lhe principals were
present. Mr. and Mrs. Ripley will
reside here.
Rev. Father Plamondon united in
marriage at the Catholic church last
Thursday, November 27th, 1913,
Gulscppo Antonio Castelvetern nnd
Miss Carmella Nassa, both of Cranhrook. They are Italians and expect to reside in the city.
William Hamilton Fink and Miss
■lennie I>. Eldridge were marrird by
Rev. W. K. Thomson at the Presbyterian manse on Tuesday evening,
December 2nd, 11113. They will
side in Cranbrook.
William -lames Duncan and Miss
Jeanetfce Catharine Mather were
married at Fort Steele on Saturday
November 29th, 1913, at 11 o'clock
by Rev. W. K. Thomson, pastor of
Knox Presbyterian church this city
The ceremony was performed at the
residence of the brides sister, Mrs
Cretney. The bride is thc daughter
of Mr. ami Mrs. H. S. Mather. They
will reside in Fort Steele.
Beautiful hair has made the fortune
of many a woman, hy adding charm
and loveliness to an otherwise plain
face. Nothing means more to &ood
looks than beautiful hair. It adds tc
the attractiveness of every leature,
Without it you can't be bei.ut.iiul;
with it you will be at least pivViy.
To have beautiful hair use Harmony Hair Deautifier. It will, improve the beauty of your hair, Inking
away the dull hars'it'css aud strmgi-
ness, softening and p dishing oa-Jy
hair in your head ami masing it st It,
silky, glo sy, easier to put up and
keep in place, and ut, the ni,.v.' tl'lie
giving it a rich and lasiiag rose :rajr-
raiuc thai will delight both \OU and
those arc ind you.
Very easy to apply—simply sprinkle
a little on your hair each time bctiK
brushing it. It contains no oil, and
will not change the color of the llftl**,
nor darken gra> hair.
To keep your hair and scalp dAn
druff-frce and clean, use Harmony
Shampoo. This pure liquid shampoo
gives nn instantaneous rich lather
that immediately penot rates to every
part, of hair and scalp, insuring a
quick and thorough cleansing. Washed
oil just as quickly, thc entire operation takes only a lew moments.
Both preparations come in odd-
shaped, very ornamental bottles,
With sprinkler tops. Harmony Hair
Beautifior, $1.00. Harmony Shampoo, 50C, Both guaranteed to satisfy you in every way, or your money
back, Sold in this community only
at our store—The   Rexall Store—one
J
OE   LAFLEUR,
Jack Woods and the
Rifle  Club  occupy
one of our windows this
week.
TOWNTOPICS
New stock   of linoleum is here
all old   stock   must be sold at
price.—C.C.S.
IT WILL STAND INSPECTION
MISS FADEAWAY
still has the other, and will
have three more chests of
Community
Silver
in her charge next week,
F. Parks & Co.
Hardware and House
Furnishings
CRANBROOK ■ B. C.
Pictorial
Review
Patterns
Halsall&Co.
LADIES', MI8SES',AND CHILDREN'S 0UTFITTEM
Armstrong
Ave.
TUB GREAT AMERICAN HEN.
TAKE YOUR CHOICE
OF ANY
LADIES' SUIT OR COAT
IN THE STORE
AT ALMOST HALF THE RECULAR
PRICE
This sale includes every Suit and Coat in
the store.
The styles are absolutely the newest and
include Blacks, Blues, Tans and other shades
in Serges, Whipcords, and many of the beautiful fancy mixtures.
You can surely find a Suit or Coat that will
please you at a trifling cost now.
See them to-day.
White political kingdoms crumble
and thc stocks of enormous Indus-
of the more than 7,000 leading drug trial enterprises fluctuate the great
stores of the United States, Canada. Amertcan hen continues to hold her
and Great Britain, which own thc big oWn
Harmony       laboratories,     Toronto,      Hcc stock advi||lWs stea4ii)v      m{
where the celebrated Harmony    Per-'neVcr ,takes a slumPi aa.or(ling     t0
fumes and   Toilet Preparations     arcj
niadt*.—Bentt fc-Murphy      Drug    Co,
Cranhrook, D.C,
A. D. llorsman, of Horsman ami
McKachern, the contractors at Glen-
lily, H.C, came to,town on Sunday
to have a sore foot attended to. He
was walking up the chute to one of
his tie camps when some ties coming
down at the rate q' about fifty miles
an hour caught him and he has been
laid up for n week.
New stock of linoleum is* here and
all old stock must be sold nt anv
price.—C.C.S,
Alex. Sutherland, district boiler inspector, spent Thursday last in
Cranhrook and presided at the examinations beld in the government
building. Six candidates wrote
exams for tln*ir papers as stationary
engineer. S. L, Williams of the
Sash nnd Moor Factory of this eity
was one of the successful candidates
in procuring third-class papers.
$5 or $f) will cover n gonl size.!
room with best rfadc of linoleum a'
price we are now asking.—C.C.S..
Joseph Walklcy and -lohn Manning
are circulating a petition rc,-|Ut*sting
the city fathers to lay an eight foot
sidewalk in front of \V. H. Heatty's
property ou Kootenay street between
North Baker ally ami the public
Kohool. l-.stlmated cost $500.00,
Those interested iu this matter nre
requested to cull at .lohn Manning's
store and sign the petition,
$!"> or $1) will cover a goad s'zed
room with best (fade of linoleum ai
price we are now asking.—CCS.
A petition addressed to thc public
works department of the provincial
government Is being circulated ami
generally sigrpd askinH for thc construction of a new bridge across the
Kootenay river at Wasa. The old
bridge which has done duty for a
large number of years, was erected
by N, Hanson, It Is now in a bad
state of repair and on account of the
increasing traffic over this route, is
considered unsafe and the construction of a new one asked for.
$5 or $6 will cover a gooi sized
room with best grade of linoleum at
price we arc now asking.—C.Cf'.
The Diamond Drill Contracting Co.,
of Spokane, Washington, under contract with the Consolidated Mining
und Smelting Company of Canada,
Ltd., is doing diamond drilling in the
latter   company's     Sullivan   group
mine. Ore receipts at Trail from
Ihis mine during four weeks eniod
October* 30, were 2070 tons, as compared, with 2i;28 tons for a similar
period to September 25th, and ?t07
tons tn August 28th. The new
boarding-house at the Sullivan is
nearing completion, It is sulist initially built and supplied with modem
heating and lighting systems.
All memhers of Key City lod^e,
I.O.O.F. are ret|iiested to be present
on Monday, December 8th at 20k.
The Willing Workers will hold a
sale of home cookery, home made
candy and fancy articles at the
Sunday School room of the Knox
Presbyterian church on Saturday afternoon, December 0th, from 3 to 6
p.m.     Aflernoon tea   will be served.
At the first annual meeting of thc
Cranhrook, Civilian Hide association'
held at the eity hall on Wednesday
evening all ihe old officers were eleet-
<U for the ensuing year as follows:
Captain, Kdwnrd Klwell; wcrctafy,
H. II, Bourne, treasurer, A, H. Webster. It was also decided to give a
ball about the middle of January.
Full particulars will be given later.
One day only, Saturday, December
6th, 20 per cent off everything in
the dish line—Ira It. Manning.
Last Monday tbe pew Cranbrook
Meat Market opened for business in
the old post ofltcc building on Baker
Street. The proprietors are .loe
Walklcy and Herbert Johnson. Mr,
Walklcy is at present in charge
of the business-, He is a practical
butcher and has heen working for
several years past at the Kast Kootenay llutchcr company. Mr. Johnson lis at present employed it Wardner but will give his personal attention to tlie husiness as soon as it
is warranted. They are both well
known young men with a long acquaintance througn the Crows Nest
Pass and they invite the public to
visit iheir. new market and get acquainted,
"How is your light hill this
month?" This question is heart!
everywhere these days, 0n the street,
in shops, in homes ami wherever men
and women get together. It is a
question! always of much importance
to evi ry householder but the present
month lends additional interest inas-*
much us the accouts made out by
the Electric Light company are for a
period covering in -most instances a
mouth nnd a half. This is accounted;
for by the fact that the meters were
tested in October ami read for tho
month of October at tlie time
were tested. As the test began
the fifteenth and proceeded until
end ol the month the readings
most of tne meters will vary
materially between thc months
November and October. The test
referred to was made hy an expert of
the Dominion government. Out of
six hundred and two meters tested
only two wero found running fast.
Six hundred were either slow or
correct.
Settlers are coming to British Columbia in large numbers, according tn
Hon. W. It. Boss, minister of lands,
who says that this year the province
has received more than Albctta and
Saskatchewan.
they
on
the
on
very
of
information given   out hy the depart
ment of agriculture.
''As showing the increase in the
wholesale prize of eggs per dozen,"
says the department, "in 1809 thoy
were in New York for the 'average
best fresh,' highest price, at 30 cents;
in 1904 for the same quality of eggs,
47 cunts, and in 1908, 55 cents. In
November, 1912, the highest price ol
this grade of egfp in New York was
90 cents a dozen, and in Octolter,
1913, 55 cents a dozcfj."
Not only is the price of eggs rising
constantly hut tlte hen is doing her
part nobly by steadily increasing the
supply, according to W. J. Harris,
director of the census bureau,
"In 1899," he adds, "the total production of eggs amounted to 1,293,-
062,000 dozens, or an average of 17
dozens per capita. In 1909 the production was 1,591,311,000 dozens, o:
an average of 17.3 dozens per capita
and fur 1913 the production (estimat
ed) will be 1,734,529,000 dozens, oi
17.7 dozens per capita. The in
crease in the annual production of
eggs in the United States from 1899
to 1909 was 23 per cent, while the
increaw* jn thc population of that
country for the same decade was 21
per cent. In other words, the increase ln the production of eggs for
ten years was greater than the increase in population,"
According to Director Harris the
average value the dozen at the farm
increased from 11.1 cents in 1899 to
19.3 cents in 1909, or 74 per cent
Kggs are selling at 70 cents a dozen
in San Francisco.—Calgary Albertan
BBAIN LEAKS.
The rewards of life are for service
Thc penalties of life are for selfishness,
If you   are goipg ta have wrink|es,
let them be joy lines.
B.C. NOTES
Two-fifths ot the Immcnso vegetable
output ol Armstrong district is
grown by Chinamen—ami sold by
them.
H is expected that the usual dividend ol 11.SO per share on C.runhy
stock will be declared noon.
Last week at (Ireenwood, lhe county court ol Vale attended to tho
heaviest docket so lar-this year.       /
Plans lor Nelson's Clia-Ko-Mika, n
summer carnival to be held next
July, are already being considered.
Sir Donald Mann, In a recent interview, predlct.d that Port Mann will
have a population of ten thousand Inside of two years. Real estate
"sharks" take notice.
It is stated that thc Kerr-Westing-
house company, an old country maiiu-
facturinn concern, will establish a
plant at Ilurnaby.
A baby died in Merritt a week ago
from choking, due to the swallowinn
ol two pieces ol cork, which lodged
in its throat.
Thousands ol white men are idle at
the coast, while Japs and Hindus are
being steadily employed. A "WWtc
British Columbia," ye gods!
WE beg to announce to the public that our
complete stock ot
DOLLS, TOYS, AND CHRISTMAS GOODS
have arrived and are now on display. We are
giving a SPECIAL DISCOUNT of 10 PER
CENT, on cash sales on all Christmas Goods,
Complete announcement will be in next
week's issue,
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Just now there are many empty
bouses in Vancouver. Things generally on the "sloppy slope" aro in had
shape.
The Western Fuel company absolutely refuses to negotiate with the
W- F. M. w that strike conditions
nt Nanaimo uie likely to continue.
Decaiiso it is a l)lt('1' time to sell
debentures, Vancouver will not vote
on any money by-laws at the forthcoming municipal election-
A number pi Maltese arc stranded
in the coast cities, claiming that
thoy had bc.*n duped to coming to
Canada by immigration agents.
Tho provincial ^vernmenl has
granted $:i,r,ini for furnishing a new
.school at Kaslo,
Tlie city auditors at Hevelstoke
have found certain deficiencies iu tlie
municipal hooks, an account ol n
former clerk. The amount is small.
Tbo Greenwood Poultry association
will hold a poultry show and carnival
In tin* red metal camp on Jnmiary
llth and 15th.
Strictly fresh eggs are selling at
85c. per dozen in the Cranbrook district.
Lloldeji now has* an amateur dramatic and musical society, whicli ro
cently made its debut with a couple
of short farces.
Because of its being accused of
keeping its bar open on a Sunday,
tho Grand Forks hotel had its license suspended for two weeks.
An influx of settlers in thc Koote
nay country is expected egrly in the
spring, and Cranbrook will get her
share of them.
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OF THE CITY OF
NOTICE OP COURT OF REVISION!
FOR THE VOTERS' LIST OF
THE YEAR 1914.
IM'IH.IC NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the Court ol Revision
for the purpose of correcting and revising thc Voters' List ol tho Municipality of the City of Cranbrook (or
tho year 1914 will be held on tho
10th day of Deccniaacr next, at the
hour ol 2 p.m. (local time) at tho
Municipal offices, Norbury Avenic,
Cranbrook, B.C.
T. M. ROBERTS, C.M.C.
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CRANHROOK I.AND DISTRICT.
District of South Bast Kootenay,
TAKR NOTICE that -Joseph
Make, of Wasa, II.C, occupation
Fanner, intends to apply for permission io purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted ■ID
cluiins eaat of ihe south east corner
of I.ot 110H, thence cast 80 chains,
thence south 20 chains, (hence west
R0 chains, thence north 20 chains to
place of commencement, containing
100 acres, more or less,
-loseph Make,
per James W. Blake, Agent.
Dated September 24th, 1013.    40-0t
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
lhat I, Win. II. Moss, of Cranhrook,
B.C., Civil Engineer, intend tn apply
tot permission in purchase ihe following described land:
Commencing nt a post planted on
llie cast bank ol tho Skookumchviek
river, al a point ninety-tout and
07-100 chains cast and 14(1 chains
NOiit.h of ill.* S. H. corner of lot
0870, (I. I,, (hence east 25 chains,
more or less-, (o a point 120 chains
enst ol tliu said S, 19. corner of Lot
SH170, (I. 1; thence sonlh 20 chains;
thenco west 19 chains, more or less,
to the cast bank of the Skookum-
chuck river, thence northerly along
lhe cast bank of the Skookumchuck
rive-r, to thi point ol com-
menccminl;, containing 40 acres, more
or less.
Win. II. Moss,
Applicant.
Hated September 10th, 1013.   43-10
RHEUMA
ron ALL FORMS of
RHEUMATISM
Hfght away—the first day you start to
take RHEUMA—the Uric Acid poison begins to dissolve and leave the sore joints
nnd muscles. Its action is little less than
muKical.   50 cents a bottle—guaranteed.
JudVc Barhnrst of Ft. Loraime, Ohio,
says. "After treatment by tnrea doctors
Without result, I was cured of a very bad
cane of UlieumatiHtii, by using two bottle*
Of RHEUMA."
Heat tin Murphy Co., I Ad., Agents.
Kditor Herald:
Dear Sin lu Mr. W. V. Cochrane'.-,
reply to my letter, he criticises Mr.
Kendall's articles. With tbat I have
nothing to do, although i thought
that Mr, Kendall was extremely fair
in his methods, following a line of
criticism that is universally recognised ami consonant with equity. But
Mr. Kendall Is of afp and is quite
capable of defending himself il tic
thinks it worth while.
I am glad that it is stated in a
puhlic newspaper by my critic that
Christian Scientists do not taboo the
entrance of a doctor to a sick person -
I um inclined to think, however, that
their actions speak louder than their
words. Not once, but innumerable
times it has been staled, viva voce if
not in writing, by adherents of the
said cult, that to call in a physician
would be to distrust God, in fact it
would be almost, if not altogether,
tantamount to committing sin! I
leave lhe unprejudiced reader to imagine what the results 0f that doctrine would he on a very pious devotee of Christian Science if attacked
by a virulent disease. Xo brief do 1
hold for doctors; but 1 hold this
much that thc work Christians arc
called to do "while it is day," has a
wider application than some would
give it. The Savior would have
pray, yes, but He would have us
work. When He'puts the means—
"All things arc yours"—into our
hands to effeel cures, if wc do not apply the remedies hut only pray, then
it seems a total misunderstanding of
His command, "Heal the sick."
He the death at Oalloway, I have
nothing to add to my letter of November 6th. Facts "are chiels that
wlnna ding." Materia medica docs
not require to prove its Infallibility,
no more than anv other science; it
has proved ils worth, and that is sufficient.
Sir, Mr. Cochrane claims "the
right to adopt our own methods
without unwarranted -interference."
That is all very well if others are
not involved. Society is made up of
units, but it is a whole, nnd, therefore, interested in the doings of each
of its members. A death or injury
to a member affects the whole. There
is liberty given to all; hut it is the
liberty of doing good! Acts, done
With highest intentions, if they frequently result disastrously to others,
call for jurisdiction, for interference.
The eld idea of freedom without control has been long discarded by civilized nations. Very clearly has
■lohn Stuart Mill defined the appropriate region of human liberty. "It
comprises," he says, "first, the inward domain of consciousness. . . .
secondly, liberty of tastes and pursuits. . . thirdly, from this liberty of each individual, follows the
liberty, within the same limits, of
combination among individuals; freedom to unite, for any purpose not
involving harm to others." This applies to the medical profession as
well as to Christian Science.
Again,    your   correspondent   seems
rather surprised   that tlie "Omnipotent (-lot! should require the assistance
of the doctor."     Has it ever occurred to    him  that tho   old Manichean
doctrine is in part true, that      God
works through    lntermedoar.es? History    proves it'      Moses was God's
assistant     in   thc giving of the law;
Joshua in overcoming the enemies  of
Israel, -lesus Ui healing the sick,   in
dispelling    sorrow,   in   saving souls
("I work the works of Him that stnt
mo.'1) The   followers of  Christ   were
Clod's assistants in making tlie    Roman,   Grecian ami     Barbarian kingdoms bend before Christianity; Luther and Knox were in bringing   about
(he   great     ^mancipation; Garibaldi I
was in giving freedom to Italy;     the
farmers nre   God's assistants    whenl
thoy sow the corn; thc ministers are
in tbo   preaching of    the gospel, etc I
Docs the fact that He uses and    has'
UScd assistants detract from His Omnipotence?      Is    God any the      less
great?      Does that make void      the'
statement that He is ruler    of     the'
universe? The answer Is obvious.
Ocd could do without man's aid;
but He has chosen a hctter way. The
Divine apothegm is, "We are workers'
together with God." Why, then,'
should we cavil at doctors us "God's.
assistants?" Kven Christian Sclent-**,
isls presume to be God's intermediaries.
If I have not exhausted your patience and space, Mr. Kditor, I shall
answer another point. Mr. Cochrane
says; ".lesus never made use of such
methods," namely, calling In doctors;
but he dors not mention the (act that
Jesus countenanced them- In Matt.
H:12 we read the words of Christ:
"They that he whole need not a physician (hiatrou), hut they that are
sick." Sick people need physicians;
such is the only permlssable Interpretation! After making tlie above'
statement, Mr. Cochrane'
leaves us to draw tbe inference,'
"Why should we?" Granted for the
sake of argument that .lesus did not
call in the doctor. What then? I
answer on (his wise: Jesus forgave,
sins, so should we; .lesus raised thc
dead, so should we; Jesus never married, neither should wc; Jesus rode
upon as ass, Kn should we; Jesus was
hung upon a tree, so should we, and
so on, ad Infinitum- We must never
forget who Jesus was, anl who we
ore!
SMALLPOX is prevented by vaccination — the injection of vaccine.
DIPHTHERIA is prevented by the injection of anti-toxin.
These enable the body to produce substance:: which prevent thc growth of
smallpox and diphtheria germs in the blood.
There are many other diseases, nearly, if not quite as dangerous, and far more
common—typhoid fever, the grippe, bronchitis, pneumonia, catarrh, rheumatism,
and a score of others—that can bo prevented leas painfully and more easily by making
the body strong to resist germ infection.
Olive
nulsion
(With Hypophosph.ii.es)
Is designed for the prevention as well as tbe relief of disease — bv enabling the body to overcome
the germs. It, at the same time, strengthens and tones the nerves, nourishes lhe blood, puts the entire
system into a proper healthy condition to tuinbai .'.nd successfully resist disease.
Every person not in perfect health has incipient titr:ii;
of some distressing ailment in his or her system.
Cold weather, over-work, excesses of ua.y IcinJ, are
liable to bring about just the conditions under which
those latent disease germs will get the upper hand, and
put you on your back " down sick."
You who are run-down, tired-out, na-ruouj—
You who, though not sick enough to give up, still
don't feel good—
You who are apparently well, and wanl lo stay well—
Take home a bottle of Rexall Olive Oil Emulsion today, and use it as a means to get well and keep well.
Rexall Olive Oil Emulsion is a real nerve-food
tonic.
In this it is different from most other so-called
"tonics" which either have no food value and do nothing more than temporarily stimulate ynu, leaving you in
a worse condition than before or, having food value, still
Sold in this community only at B
\e**UL Store »*Bft
xMj , means "King of All!'
ure so unpleasant to take lhat many people can't keep
t.icm down.
Rexall Oiive Oil Emulsion .3 pleasant to take. The
Hypophosphites tt contains tone the nerves. The pure
Olive   Ml nourishes both nerves and blood.
Rexall Olive Oil Emulsion strengthens you, puts snap
and ginger and vitality into your system. It makes you
iz~\ better and stronger. It improves your digestion mid
your bowel action.
// contains no alcohol nor any dangerous or habit formmn
dtugs.
It io guaranteed to be just as represented above — to
do all that is claimed above -to satisfy you in every
way, or your money back without quibble or question.
Enough for full two weeks' treatment, $1.00.
Sold only at The Rexall Stores — the World's greatest
Dr'j;: Stores — and always with a full guarantee of complete satisfaction, cr your money back.
I should like to answer Mr. Cochrane1* last remark but I must forbear. In any study of the Bible, thc
student must take into consideration
when interpreting a passage, by
whom it was .spoken, to whom ii|
was spoken, the circumstances under
whieh it was spoken, not forgetting
the time,and the object.
I sign myself again.
"Interested."
WHAT IS IMPURE AIR!
The Smithsonian Institution has
recently published a revolutionary
memoir by Prof. Leonard Hill and
several collaborators, entitled "The
Influence o* the Atmosphere on Our
Health and Comfort in Confined and
Crowded Places." A main purpose
of thc memoir is to show that the
chemical quality of the air iD crowded and stuffy rooms has nothing to
do with its ill elteols, and that, apart
from the influence of infecting bacteria, thc ventilation problem Is essentially one of tlte temperature, relative humidity and movement of thi
air. The ordinary tests of air for
carbon dioxide are declared to be
worthless. The percentage of carlo,,
dioxide in thc worst ventilated room1
docs not rise above 0,5 or, at most,,
1 per cent, whereas the normal con-'
cent rat ion of carbon dioxide in the
lungs is from 5 lo li pei cent of an
atmosphere. The writers adduce a
great number of experiments and
observations to prove that percentages regarded us deleterious or dead-,
ly hy hygienists are quite harmless.
They claim that it is also a a fallacy
to assume that a diminished amount
ol oxygen Is harmful. At noted health
resorts in the Alps the barometer
stands at such » height that the
concentration of oxygen is far less
than in the most Ill-ventilated room.
One unfortunate result nf this fallacy
is that the laws regarding ventilation
of mines insist on a high percentage
of oxygen, and thereby increase the
danger of mine, explosions. Finally,
the widespread belief in thn presence
of an organic poison in expired air is
equally erroneous. Tbe smells of
crowded rooms ,tnd the like are no
Indication that, tlie air is deleterious.
"The deaths in the Black Hole of,
Calcutta, Uie depression; headache,1
etc, in close rooms ate alike due  to
heat stagnation; the   victims of   the
Black    Hole   died of heat-stroke."—
Scientific-American.
I
B. C. NOTES
Keremos will ha*e a skating rink
1,0x150 feet.
A $40,000 hotel is to he built at
Coquitlam.
B. C. apples have again made a
clean sweep in England.
British Columbia leads the world
In trade per head of population.
A seven-foot cougar was shot a
few days ago near Okanagan mission.
A plun is on foot to form a ratepayers' association in Salmon Arm.
Five thousand men are now employed on    the    Pacific   Great Eastern
railway.
The C.N.It. has refused to "dig up"
taxes on its property in Kelowna.
A movement is on toot to establl ih
a debating club in Salman Ann.
The proximity of railway i-.n-i- 10
tion camps has livened lliings up nt
Clinton.
Road improvement work in this
province cost HOO.oon during the
season just closed.
A swing bridge across the Shnsv.ip
at Mara has jusl been completed,
Tenders arc being called for the
Creston lock-up.
A Y.M.C.A. cluh has been Mtnb-
lished in Rossland.
Tlie Wattshttrg sawmill has closed
down (or the winter.
A portable sawmill has started operations near Slocan .Junction,
—v  *,
Hockey fans are warming up in all
parts of Kootenay and the Boundary.
A movement is on toot to organi/e
a Woman's Institute at Crawford,
P. BURNS & CO., LTD. f
Wholesalers and Retailers
SPECIAL FOI FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY
SPRING CHICKEN f
Fresh killed, 22c per lb.
SMALL OLYMP1A OYSTERS
In Quarts snd Hall Gallon Cans
FRESH NEW ZEALAND CREAMERY BUTTER
The New Denver electric light plant
has been "slightly oil" during the
past two weeks,
The Fernie Free Press is boosting
for a winter carnival in the Pass
metropolis.
The Standard mine at Silvertnn
distinguishes itself by possessing a
male choir.
.1.  S.  Descha-mps, »>f Rossland, has
reconmiendcd   operations with     the
China Creek Lumber companj
Persons travelling across the line
from Orovllle to llie Canadian side
tnusi mm In* vaccinated.
Drunks ami disorderlies in Nelson
recently contributed the sum ot $30
in one day to the municipal treasury
of tbat city
Heiau.se nf ;l dispute with the department of education, the Abbot*
ford school  trusters have resigned in
a body.
it is possible that the Yarrows
may establish a branch plant ;.t the
coast. They are a big Clyde shipbuilding firm.
New York men have bonded the
Hay mine, near Greenwood, and will
commence development operations at
once.
Tlie Oranby company has commenced diamond diilllng on a Kroup ot
coppet claims tbat concern owns near
Greenwood.
NOTICE.
I hereby notify all purchasers of
the following described lands, or cl
any portion thereof, that 1 have revoked at.d cancelled all authority of
Mr. R. fi. Thompson to sell or otherwise deal with the said lands, or to
collect any moneys under outstanding
agreements for sale on my ■,<■ half,
and I further notify said purchasers
that ib-y are required to make all
payments under said otHBtaodhssj
agreements for sale to myself at
Room 218 Winch Building, Vancouver, B.C.
Tin* lands aba*-c referred to arc as
follows:
Lots thirty-five hundred and fifty,
ligdt [3558), thirty-five hundred and
fifty-six (3550), thirty-five hundred
and fifty-seven (8587), and thirty
hundred and fifty-eight (3058), all in
Group One tl) in the Kast Kootenay
District, excepting oul ol lot thirty
hundred ami Mty-cUM (8058) that
part marked on map as "SYLVAN
I.AKK PARK," and lota twenty-
three (2.1), thirty-three (83) and thirty-four Ml), and excepting 0.11 a( lot
thirty-live hundred and lifiy-sil
(3556) sixty (80) acres in ihe n irth
half of said lot including the present portion of about seven (7)
acres which have been deeded to the
I'ranhroo'i. city Waterworks; and excepting out ot said hits thirty-five
hundred and ftfty-clghf (-irifiK) Block
One (I) to Iweiity-toui B. (2111) Inclusive, „nd blocks thirty-two (32)
ami thirty two \. (BSA)i In tlie
Province of Hritish Columbia.
.lames C. Shields.
Dated at Vancouver, IJ.C,
November 22nd, 1918.       iftfc THC   URANBHOOK   HBRALD
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News of the District
Written by Bright Correspondents
WARDNER
(Special correspondence).
Mr. Sharpe, a..l Nelson, was In
Warilnpr lasi Wednesday .... Ijuslness,
Mr. A. Kllngonsmith, an" Spokane
was in town last week buying up
hides.
Mis (i. V. Sinclair accompanied by
hoi little sain Murray lelt mi Tuesday
atlernooh t" visit with Iriends ami
relatives in Now Brunswick,.
Mr, ii. Horscgotty, who has been
here liar several montiis assisiins
Mr McColl ai lhe construction work
.,( ih.- now planing mill, lotl (an bis
biami' ai Portland, lalaalna, on Wodnes
ol l hi
thai       M
her heal Ihis
da)
Wo ara' sa'in lo know
Han l.airal is conftned la
wcok.
Mr. K. Dingman, Nolson, was
town on Monday on business.
Mr. Bottrcll, ait Calgary, was wilh
friends bore lasi Monday.
The kindly stork paid a visil la, tha
home ot Mr, and Mrs. Koiimls ;l   fa
days ago ami letl   llicm a "no    bn!
Rill
Mr. Tanner,
on   Maanilay   a.t
Mr   (ieorge
ol Nelson, was in !"»»
Ibis week aan business.
Powell, "f Cranbrook,
wns here Ihis
Don'l   rorgo
Christmas   li
week , ii husiness.
Hn-   Sunday    School
.•   i„ be belli in     the
'■laiaia'li     an    i
irogramme   o
lirtstinns   eve.     A fine
airills,   imisiia, recita-
linns
., is being prepared.   Sunt;
expecleil,   loo, in nil      hi1
Cla'.i!-
Klory.
We are glad lo know that Mr. Mc-
Pheo is able lo lake his place in tha
ofllco again, after his recent illness.
Mr. (lie Holmes has recently taken
a contracl lor taking nut lies anil
props near Jukeson.
The Presbyterian church choir   met
on Wa
dncsday evening aaf this waek to
begin
thi' |i.ail.-1 .<-.• nt their riiristmas
music
Mr,
rieorgc   Wi'lsbv,   who has heen
polia-i
nan here fair thc past, year lefl
this
week  In    join the Fernie paaliaa
force.
1 le was succeeded here        In
Mr, Dave Logan.     Mr. I.oiran's placi
was tilled by Mr. McDonald, of Scol-
land, wlio has   been on the Xamiiim
police force for some time.     We un
all very sorry In lose Mr. Wclshy at
he. has proved himself to lie a     very
capable man and has made       mat
warm friends lute who will wish h
every success    in his new field
labor.
Mrs, Louis Lambert, entertain <l
her .Sunday school class and a few
of tlieir friends nn Saturday evenin-
last al a party in tlie Foresters'
hall-
Mr. Olaf Lund, nf Lundbrcck, was
here on Siilidnv >>i this week visitini;
Willi liis son, \lr. Point Lund of Ill's
|i|jre.
Dr Ferguson, nf Calgary, wns here
on Tuesday (tf this week io meet the
board of managers of thc Wardn?r
and Hull River churches, to 'discuss
the call extemlcd lo lhe pastor, Rev*.
Wood.
Mr. I-Inydcn Mollis and Mr. Wallace
Molnnis left mi Tuesday afternoon in
visit for a time with relatives anl
friends in Amherst, X S.
Mrs. Hayes returned from Cranbrook a few days ago and informs us
that Mr. Hayes' condition has
greatly Improved.
Mr and Mrs. Fred Ilerric were vis-
iiiiiK witli friends iu -laffray this
week.
Chief m" Polfco Minty, id Fernie,
was in Wardner and Hull River nn
Wednesday nf ihis week.
BAYNES LAKE
On Friday the monthly meeting of
Haynes anil District Fanners' institute was held al Adolph hall, when
the members turned nut in force in
transact    important    business A
number of leltors from Mr. Scolt,
head of ihe department, were considered and dealt with, S. Mormw
being in tip ehair Resolutions
were passed advocating restraint nf
ihe borrowing powers of branches; in
enter for coming competitions initiated by thi- department; in participate
in tin* scheme fm- special short Instruction courses for the winter    nn
live BtOCk  ami In rlieilltuie,  In        put
Into more practical shape measures
tn market local produce nu the en
operative principle, and l0 gel supplies in thc same way.
It was decided in postpone the annual election nf (.deflates to ihe central convention al Victoria tall
December 15lh, This branch is entitled nn ils urnwinn membership tn
send two delegates, and on this, its
first exercise of the franchise in this
te.specl, it is rightly fell thai every
deliberation and care should be exercised. Through the transaction of
so much business the time available
for Mr. Mutt's paper nn "Soils" was
sborl, so that an Incomplete treatment nf the sections taken wns only
possible The paper given was
briefly ns fnllows:
SOILS.
Tlw Rllbjecl  is    very wide, and ono
above all calling   for   priictienl   nnd
expert  I real mint
facts treated   mi
tu ii great extent by mauv here, but
no dniibt one or Iwn, lure and there
may be new; but in any case, at
least o,d knowledge may be revived
lo advantage. It would be interesting to go into the origin and formation of soils no doubt; useful to consider their chemical composition,
classification, the sources of loss and
gain, profitable to learn bow best to
second by tillage nnd culture, fertilizers and drainage, lhe natural chemical processes always at work in tlie
soil; hut it was only possible to
glance ai one or two matters of thu
most practical importunee—lhe mechanical const iUients of soils, their
properties ami uses, tin* composition
of the besl soils with a rough and
ready method of analysis Tor practical purposes.
On Thursday a pleasant gathering
mustered to thc first of the Haynes
practice dances by invitation fur thu
winter.
Itev. Joseph Philp, of Essex county, Ontario, is unite an acquisition
In the community, bringing energy
ami experience to the business of selling afoot various ventures to
brighten up things for the winter.
John Ayre and family leave ihe
district this week to take up an important pest in Cottonwood, Idaho.
Mrs. Webb, af Vancouver, paid a
short visit to friends in Haynes lust
week.
WALDO
(Special correspondence).
A man named George Jackson came
to Waldo last week in such haste
that he forgot to pay a Utile account of Wl.lhl at the Waldorf hotel
in Fernie. This not being satisfactory to the proprietor, (leorgc was
taken back to the smoky city, where
perhaps he will repent at leisure.
Mrs. 'Dryden nad Mrs. Sliipmau
were at Fernie on Wednesday. Mrs.
pry-den's husband underwent an operation on his side iu the hospital. He
strained himself while at work near
Dorr, and neglect in caring for it led
In rather serious results.
A hockey club is now bcinjyi formed
In Waldo. Last year the local hoys
won the league which included Klko,
Oalloway, Jaffray and Wardner
teams. Robert and Jack Hume
again at the head.
On Sunday llie Kev. Joseph Philp
will preach lhe fourtn anniversary
sermons In the Methodist church at
Fcrnie.
A meeting was held in Crosby's
barber simp nn Wednesday for the
purpose of forming a flflc club. This
will be a good thing for the district.
Mr. Artsdale, who was G.N.R.
agent at Waldo, and who was supplying tlie place of tho agent at
Gateway for a brief period, has gone
from Gateway. Mr. Artsdale hoped
to return to college to complete his
education in science. A Mr. Abbott
his successor at the depot, in
Waldo.
On Sunday first in Hoss hall at
7.30 p.m. the Rev. C. L. Cowan will
preach the second nf the series on
heroes and martyrs of p re-reform a-
tion and reformation times'. Subject:
John Wiclif, 'The Morning Star of
thn Reformation.' " A hearty welcome is extended to all to these popular services.
Work is now going on apace, for the
children's entertainments at Haynes
and Waldo. The day-school scholars
in each of these places will provide
the entertainments. Sec bills for
fuller announcements.
It is ours again to congratulate
Constable Collins ot Waldo and dislrict for his cleverness and daring in
helping lo capture a second murderer. Not a month has elapsed since
he took Cutri, whom he captured at)
Kureka, to the jail at Nelson. Now
ho has participated with Gorman of
Klko in arresting Hen Hlakely, a desperate character, who, it is alleged,
murdered a Frenchman named Archie
Tbivarge at Ourv Creek, in the Lillooet district on May 80th, 1906.
Hlakely was arrested at Lihby, Montana.
The Rev, Mr.  Druce, Anglican minister, will hold service in linker ball
i   Sunday morning.        It   is to be
iped tbat Mr. Bruce may not   have
return to Klko without giving service as he had to do two weeks ago,
ot a soul but himself attending. Oct
ul of bed, give Sunday hunting      a
rest, go to service and cheer up   the
parson,       Benches nre not inspiring
unless people nre silting on them!
A new lumberman has come to the
district. A son has heen horn lo
Mr, and Mrs. James Joyce. Dame
Rumor says that thc boy is redheaded!     Congratulations.
A number of Waldo people helped to
swell the crowd on Thursday      that
listened with greal interest and pleasure to the    Rev. Mr. J. Phi.p   lecture     on    "My   Pilgrimage Through
lhe Holy Land."
Many Waldo friends regret to learn
f the early departure of Mr.       nnd
Mrs. Jack Aye for   Idaho.     Mr. Aye
came to this district to be manager
( for Ihe Irrigated Lands Co., but   re-
Mitny of       tho'ochlly has been    working on his own
I be already known ranch.    Having been offered a splon-
bave been very sociable. Mrs. Aye
has given, with much acceptance,
readings in Haynes and Waldo. The
best wishes of thc people in Waldo
go with them.
f ,
KIMBERLEY
J. C. Fleming left for Portland,
Ore., on Tuesday.
T, J. Summers' spent Tuesday und
Wednesday at Cranbrook.
I). McKachcrn. who had his arm Injured while adjusting a moving belt
at the Sullivan shops, is able to he
al work again.
Louis McDonald arrived from Cranbrook and has taken a position with
lho Diamond Drilling Contracting
company.
Work is progressing favorably
Mm new power plant that is heing installed by the Consolidated Mining
and Smelting company nt Sullivan
Siding and in the course ot a, few
weeks the air compressor will be run
by steam power furnished by two
steam boilers instead of water power
as at present.
Two [diamond drills are in constant
operation at the Sullivan mine and
extensive prospecting is being done
on this ami adjoining claims. The
work, is being done by thc Diamond
Drill Contracting company of Spokane under thc supervision of William
A. Stone, a member of the firm.
INVERMERE
(Special correspondence).
It. has been publicly announced here
as coming from official sources that
tho district station In thc Kootenay
Central branch of the C.P.R., is to
be located at a point some hundreds
of yards south ot the southern limits
of the townslte of Athalmere, which
point lies near the middle of thc
lake front of Invermere. It was
long since determined that the district freight sheds would be located
near to that point only a little closer it anything to the Invcrmese
wharf and all preparations in the
way of making the dump for the
necessary tracks have accordingly
been carried through on those fines.
It is proposed that a road shall be
made along the lake shore whieh will
conned with the leading artery ot
Athalmere and in this way the much
desired end of brincr'ng the two town-
sites, whose interests are identical,
into closer touch with each other by
the establishment of one railroad
center for the two.
All outstanding differences in
gard to rights-of-way which were for
a time covered up and hindered by
injunctions have been cleared up and
the work of construction is being
pushed along at a good steady pace.
Fresh consignments of steel for tho
northern end have been received and
it is hoped chat when the lull supply
is in and laid that the steel end in
that direction will be within twenty
miles of this place by the close of
tho year.
Op to this period this season bas
turned out to be an exceptionally
open one Though Lake Windermere
has lieen once frozen over yet now it
is entirely free from ice. At present
there is absolutely nn snow upon the
ground on the lower benches.
MOVIE
(Special correspondence).
Tlie weatber for thc past week has
been mild and bright with occasional
Hurries of snow but so far no winter weather bus reached us here.
Miss Gill, of Blairmore, Alberta,
who has heen visiting . friends in
Cranbrook, was here this week visiting Mrs. Browning for a lew days.
She is well ka'iwn here, as she formerly resided in Cranbrook and often
visited in our city,
Mr. Hoisjolia and his daughter
have moved into the parsonage this
week and will spend tbo winter here
ns Mr. Hoisjolia is In delicate health
and requires a rest. The parsonnge
has been thoroughly renovated ami
now presents a Verv neat appearance,
Mi. Joe McLarr-n is wearing a
broad smile these lav*, the c.iusu uf
it being tbe arrival ol a hni.v gill
nt,his home on F-'Iddy.
On Thursday after.t.in*i M.s. Quance
gave an "at home" in honor of her
sister-in-law, Miss (juance, who is
visiting .her. There was n large
gathering of thc ladies of our to ah
ami a very enjoyable time wus spent.
Dainty, refreshments were served, and
were much appreciated by tho.c present. Miss (Juancc has just recently
arrived here from the east and will
remain until alter Christmas, when
she expects to go to Vancouver.
A number of our citizens went to
Cranbrook to attend the dance given
by the Cranbrook Dane ling club this
week.
On Saturday evening Mrs. Ewing
gave a most, enjoyable young peoples'
party. There was a large gathering
of younri people and thc lirst part of
the    evening   was spent   In playing
When you go to a dealer s
store to hear a Phonograph
be sure you hear an Edison
Phonograph
11 you do not hear an Ediion you do not hear a phonograph. There is only one Edison and only one Phonograph
bearing his name. The Edison Phonograph is Mr. Edison's
own personal achievement. He invented it and he perfected it. He is responsible for its clear, lifelike musical
Records—the Blue Amherols, unbreakable, playing four
minutes and lasting a lifetime. He has produced the
indestructible diamond reproducing point, that never needs
changing. He has recently
perfected this new cabinet
model—a thing of beauty
in itself and a marvel of
musical perfection.
Hear thi. new model. Hear lhe
new Blue Amberol Records.em-
bracing everything worth while
in the field of song, and initrii-
raental nuuic.
Ediaon Ambarota VI
, UaiMMihaaaaraCaUaaaOak. Dum*ail
Ediion PhoBOfraphi asd Racordi are told by
"Thc Beattie-Murphy Company. Ltd."
"The Cranbrook Drug and Book Co. Ltd."
41MARKETC0,LTD.
Under entirely New Management
" Quality Our Hobby "
Honest Weight.   Prorr.pt delivery.
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Telephone Your Orders
a delicious supper was served which
brought to a clc^e a most enjoyable
evening.
On Wednesday last Mr. .1. W.
Pitch received the sad intelligence
tbat his mother bad passed away.
Mrs*. Fitch, wbo resided in Kngland,
had reached tbe age of eighty-three
and had always enjoyed good health,
retaining the use of all her faculties
until the lasi. Mr. Pitch's many
friends ben* extend their heartfelt-!, recover.
sympathy'for all recognize thc truth
of the saying "No love is like a
mother's love."
On Wednesday Mrs. R. A. Smith
received "the sad news of the death of
ber brother, Mr. II. La Bonte, of
l'Avinir, Quebec. The news came as
a shock for Mr. La Bonte was a
strong man in tne prime of life, and
when Mrs. Smith last heard from
him was in excellent health. But a
sudden illness took him away. He
leaves a wife and family. Mrs.
Smith has the sympathy of a large
circle of friends in her sad bereavement-
On Thursday last Mrs. Martin received thc sad intelligence of the
death of her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth
Sloan. Mrs. Sloan has been here
visiting Airs. Martin and thinking a
change of climate would benefit her,
she left for Blairmore, but was taken ill just after her arrival and all
efforts to prolong her life proved useless. Mrs. Sloan formerly resided
at Wardner and was well known
throughout this district. Mrs.
Martin has the sympathy ol the entire community in the loss she has
sustained.
Mr. Kilby, of Nelson, agent for tbe
Oirurd-Ileintzmau piano, arrived In
town nn Thursday and was kept busy
tuning pianos.
On Saturday afternoon   Mrs. Laird
liter ta imd a number of her lady
friends, playing Five Hundred.
Mrs. Wills accompanied by little
Tommy went to Cranbrook on Saturday. Thev visited little Hilda Wills,
who has lieen in the hospital suffering
from nervous trouble. The child Is
slightly improved nnd they hope she
will lie able to return home in another week.
Charlie Martin, of Wardner, was
here spending thc -week-end visiting
his mother and sister.
Wc are pleased to announce that
Mr. and Mrs. .Nordine, who have been
very ill for some days arc much
better new. It was at first feared
that they bad contracted typhoid
but. today the latest report is that
there is a decided improvement and
the iltness is more like lagrippe.
There is no rise of temperature and
the other dangerous symptoms have
about disappeared.
On Sunday the sad news reached
here that little Oscar Pierson, the
six-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
Pierson of tbis place, had died of typhoid pneumonia   at B,o'clock
posed to be slowly recovering, in fact
bad passed the dangerous stage, but
complications set in which resulted
fatally. Mr. Pierson and daughter
Ida went to Cranbrook on Sunday
night to attend the funeral, which
was held in Cranbrook on Monday
Much sympathy is felt for the family
especially as Mrs. Pierson is at present ill in the hospital at Cranbrook
but it is    hoped that   she will soon
—I •
CRESTON
The Empire Amusement company ot
Nelson billed the town for a two-day
picture show entertainment on Friday
anil Saturday of last week, but owing to the fact that the Great Northern Express company failed to forward their films trom Ymir, where
they, showed last, it was necessary tq
cut out Uie show for Friday evening.
This afternoon the men at work on
tho. Metnodist church drive shetl noticed smoke pouring from che home of
A. E. Wells. A volunteer brigade
was soon at work, which succeeded iq
confining thc damage to thc immed
iate vicinity of the stove pipe.
A party of young people went out
to the home of H. Hamilton, at short
distance from town last night, and
enjoyed a very pleasant surprise
party.
Tlie Methodist church Young Men's
club elected ollicers on Friday evening-
The recent show has practically all
disappeared except on the mountain
peaks.
' t '
Cranbrook merchants are making
ready for thr holiday trade, and already have big stocks ot Christmas
gifts on display.
cards,    Then other games were    In-j fWtUrday evening at tlie hospital   In
| t reduced and soon the house resound- Cranbrook.    Little Oscar lyis    been
ilial iinsitii'n In    Idaho, In- tell bound, «1 with the merry laughter of     the In Hie hospital for  some time suffer-,
In aerept.       Ilaatli Mr. nml Mrs. Ay... young people,    .lust before midnight,  ing (mm typhoid lever and was sup
Hotel Coeur D'Alene
Spokane, Wash.
Howard Bt, and Trent Ave,
NEW AND
MODERN
HOTEL
(EUROPEAN)
A modern equipped Gate at moderate
pricei
Rates |1,00 and up per day
Our bui meet! all train.
The Coeur D'Alene Company
raopaiiTOM
JAB0B 00ETZ, President
HARRY P. BAER, Secretary
■    PROFESSIONAL CARDS
•(■■^■■•■■MilBMHaMi
W. F. OURD,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.
.152 Richards St.,
VANCOUVER, B. 0.
THOMAS  T. MECREDY
(Silcceaaor to IV. V. Ila-lin)
Barrister, Solicitor, and Notary
1'. O. Box UOO
CRANIiHOOK,  B.C.
HARVEY, McCARTER, MACDONALD
& NISDET
Barristers, Solicitor* and
Notaries
Money to Loan
IMHIIAl BANK llmDIHC,  • OMMMOK ,1
DRS. KINli & QREEN,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Dales tl KMld.ac., Armstrong a?s
OFFICIO HOURS :
Forenoons 1.00 to 10.00
Afterooous • ■ ■ 3.00 to   4.00
Evenings - - •
(Sundays - - •
CRANBROOl ll
7.S0 to   i.M
1.10 to   I.U
h   h   i. e,
DR. P. B. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE   HOURS:
• to 11 a.m.
1 to   • p.m.
7 to   8 p.m.
Offlee in Hanson Block.
CRANBROOK -        -        - B.
Cranbrook Cottage Hospital
MATERNITY   AND  OENBItAL  NURSING
Terms on Application
MRS. A. SALMON,
I'lione 2611 Matron
P. O. Box 815 Garden Ave.
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J. O. CUMMINGS
IRRIGATION EN0INEER
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL UND
SURVEYOR
' ?d0No0,£18 Cranbrook, B.C.::
LAIOLAW & DE WOLF
Civil anal Mlalsf Esiiaeeri
British Columbia Lssd Surveyors
CRANBROOK
B. C.
W. R BatttaT. aTunanl Dlnctoa
Cnantaroak B.C.
PhoneUa P.O. Box 585
F. M. HACPHERSON
UNDERTAKER
Norbury Ave., next to City Hal!
Day Phone 233 Night Phone 351
Frank Provenzano
General Merchant*
Employment Agant*
CRANBROOK     ■     B. C.
P.O. BOX IS* MME 144
chas. s. parker::
8u«uiibr t» P. T. F. TERRY
GRAYING AND
TRANSFERRING
. ACENTS FOR .
; > THE IMPERIAL OIL CO. •
ANO GALT COAL
*******
aW-H ,
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STAR CLEANING ii
WORKS
Goods culled fornix] delivered.
Good work only.   Prompt
Borvtoo
Telephone No. 405 i
P, O. Box 793
Works : Armstrong Ave.
For Sale
One O- ford Engine, 11 x 11. Price
$350,00. May be seen at Benedict Hiding, one mile eaat of
Mayook, B. O,
One Oxfonl 'Saw Carriage, complete with rack feed, H blocks,
3 post dogs. Price $250.00 at
Elko, B.O.
Ono Oxfonl Friction Feed, complete with cable and sheaves and
drive pulleya. Price 1150.00. at
at Elko, B. O.
For further particular* apply to
Loatk & Johnson, Elko, B. O.
SOCIETY
TV AND CHURCH    J
DIRECTORY ■
Cranbrook    Lodge.
No. 84,
AF. & A. II.
Regular meetings on
the" third   Thursday,
ol every mouth.
Visiting brethren welcomed.
F. B. Miles, W.M.
J. L. Cranston, See.
Cuesuent Lodge No. 33
KNIGHTS "oT PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, B. C.
Meets   every   Tuesday at a p.m. at
Fraternity Hall.
Alec. Hurry, C.C.
V. M. Christian, K. ul R.*S.
Visiting brothren   cordially ln.lted
to attonil.
I.O.O.F., KKY CITY LODOE, No. 41
Meets every Monday
night at   New Kra-
     ternity   Hall.    Sojourning Odiltullows cordially invited.
J. II. Tuinlor, W. M. Harris,
N. O. See'y.
DURHAM ENCAMPMENT NO. 13.
I.O.O.F.
Meets tlrst and    third Wednesdays
in each month.
A   cordial reception extended      to
visiting brothers.
Officers July 1st to December 31st.
W. M. Harris, chiet Patriarch
H. Watte, Scribe.
MAPLE LEAF REBEKAH LODOB
No. Id.
Meets every second and   fourth Wednesday at Fraternity Hall.
Sojourning   Rebekah. cordially Invited.
Sis. Maude Hickcnbotham, NO.
Sis. Ada Ilickenlaotham, Rco. Se*.
ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS
COURT CRANBROOK, 8943
Meets in Carmen's Hall Seeond and
Fourth Thursday ol eacb month at •
p.m. sliarp.
1. Mcl.achlan, C.R.
I,, t'earron, Sec., Box 618.
Visiting brethren made welcome.
OVER SEAS CLUB.
Meets in Carmen's Hall 1st and 3rd
Thursday every month at 8 p.m.
Membership   open   to British   cltt
zens.
E. Y. Brake, L. Pearron,
I'm. Sec.
Box 018
Visiting members cordially welcom
ed.
W M. KnuiK, Dial.
Cranbrook Lodge
No. 1010
Mat'ta every aeeond and
toatrtb Weatlieaalay tt t8
"a. m. ita Iti,vat Black
<iaaulita' Haiti, Bak.r
Street,
It. 8. Oarrktt, Mac,
ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS.
Pride ol Cranbrook   Circle, No. 153,
Companions ol tne Forest.
Meets fn Carmen's Hall 1st and 3rd
Wednesday ol each month ai
eight p.m. sharp.
Mrs. A. Laurie, C. 0.
Mrs. A. E. Shaw, Secretarf/.
I*. O. Box 412.
Visiting Companions cordially w.l-
come.
L0VAL ORANflE
L0DQE, No. 1871
Meets 1st and Sr.1 Thursdays nt 8 p.m. in Royal
Itlnck Knights of I tela
Hall, Baker Street.
Fimn. W. B« ain, W.M.
8, 1„ William, Sec.
HtStU*
THE CRANBROOK POULTRY AND PET
STOCK ASSOCIATION
I'nnli1«>nt: I'. H. HiikI'I'AHD
Mii'tn ivjjnhily f ],.< lin*.. Frlttu.T OVOUlflgf<i«h
inoii Hi.
.ii.i.rniiiil.iii un l'uiillry nml .■■■■>* nii|i|i|ii*tl
AtltlrwH I lit* Hirii'lur.v,
A, It. HMITII, Mm* n:.*J
It you want satisfaction with
your wattling tend
it to
MONTANA LAUNDRY
Special prices for family work.
CRANBR00K-FERNH:
FARMERS' INSTITUTE ;
President: A. II. Smith
Secretary: S. Maolonald
For informal/on regarding lands
anal  agriculture   apply   to tha
' Secretary, Cranbrook, B, O,
|                    Meeting—
*       Every second Wednesday
>l MIIMIIIH
CENTURY RESTAURANT
Opposite C.P.R. Station
THB    I'LAOB    TO     OET    A
QUICK MEAL ANT   .
OOOD MEAL.
BO0M8 IO RINI. | THE   CRANBUOOK   UKRAM)
1*» SaSSOi Sa"
Tbe Store with a Rupututiim
Kootcnay's Greatest Drug
and Book Store
The Beattie-Murphy
Co., Ltd.
Where lb Payb to Deal
CRANBUOOK, B.C.
A. B.JONKI T.J. I>"ni**
I'linlM'imtt I'liono mi
Jones&Doris
Contractors and Builders
IM US Qllall* Volt PflcM llafaal
Vaau llllllal
Si'e lia iiliiaail yaaaar Oonnretd i.nal
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SAINT
ON Ml
Your Every Gift
Problem
May lie quickly solved here in a
way that will reflect upon your
judgment and good taste. Prom
the thousands of gifta to be found
in our store, you an* sure to make
selections that will insure tasting
appreciation fiom those who receive tho gifts. Our priceB, hv
comparison, yon will find veiy
conserTative. We are already
laying goods aside and will gladly
do fo for yon. If you are only
looking around, we are here to
serve you.   You'll he welcome to
THE STORE OF EFFICIENT SERVICE
W. H. WILSON
Jeweler and Optician
WE
have been
tli i n k i nn
about  your
X mas   nifts
o nion tha,
Writo for one of our
oatnloguea  or tetter
atill come mill see ntir
large   selection.   We
have   something   for
everyone,      uml     111
prioua thnt will compete with nny i-litlilo.
RtlO house.
A trial will
convince you
Next to the Post Office
T0WHT0PICS
Meet me at Boh's Place.
A. B. Smith drove out to Ms farm
near Wasa last Tuesday.
Linoleum.—C.C.S,
Joe Mills lelt on Sunday tor Nelson, whore lie will spenp ai few  days.
PHONE8 --CRANBROOK
MEAT MARKET. For froth
killed meats.   Phone 8.
Japanese oranges in abundance.—
Ira It. Manning.
Mrs. a\. C. I've will not receive this
month.
Uev. W. II. Willan, ot Mi.ylc, wus a
visitor in Uie city tottav.
I.inolciiiu.-C.C.S.
Miss Ili'tie Nivsh, ol Kernie, spent
Sunday visiting CranbrooK Irlenna.
PHONE 8 -For freah killed
gef.se, turkey... dtieks uiul ollickons.
Try a pound,ol Iluxawu tea 33o.,
r.0c. unit mil*, per potthtt at Ward anal
Harris.
Ilaith Margaret Dow, wife ot Cory
A. DOW, has coiiimchici! ma nctieiii tail
divorce.
Fresh hot house letliu-c, tomatoes,
color)', dally shipments; always crisp
anal iitci'.—lia Ii Maiming.
John MoIOaoltocn, of Qlonllly, puss-
cat through the city Sunday am a nip
to .laflray.
Llnolbuni.—O.C.S,
P. 13. Wilson and wife relumed on
Saturday night trom a tow ilaiys ap.-nt
In Spokane.
Porter and beer made al the Cranbrook Brewery is giving complete
satisfaction. Phone 177.
Open, every evening until nine
o'clock until after the holidays.—Ira
II. Manning.
A. M. Beattie, of Waldo, lias taken
several prizes at the Nelson Poultry
show this week,
Linoleum.—C.C.S.
Judge Thompson went to Kernie
last Monday and was accompanied by
his eldest daughter.
PHONE8-ORAN BU00K
MEAT MARKET. Fur fresh
killed meats.   Phone 8.
D.D.D.
Prescription
—lor 15 years—
Tbe Standard Skin Remedy
ASK
Cranbrook    Drug  and    Book    Co.
Cranbrook, B.C.
Meet me at Bob's Place.
A complete line nl Christmas fruits
ol choice quality at Ward and Harris.
Marriage liccne has been issued to
Frank Parma and Miss Annie .Johnson.
Linoleum.—C.C.S,
P. DeVere Hunt is leaving next
week for Toronto, where he will
spend his Christmas holidays.
PHONE 8—For fresh killed
tteoBe, turkeys, ducks ami chickens.
Don't forget to see "The Battle
of Waterloo" at the Auditorium Saturday, December 13th.
Open every evening until nine
o'clock lint il after the holidays.—lra
It. Manning-
Mrs. W. .1. Armstrong returned to
her homo in, Lethbridge last Friday
after an enjoyable visit with Cranbrook friends.
Linoleum.—C.C.S.
, When you order beer, specify Cranbrook .jeer, made at home.
Miss .1. M. Macintosh was suddenly)
called to Portland, Oregon, last
Monday by a telegram whieh announced the sudden death of her father.
Xmas fruits, dried and fresh, now
iu stock, See our prices.—Cranbrook Trading Co.
Christ Chinch Ladies' Guild held a
very successful sale ol cookery in the
Carmen's hall. Saturday afternoon, a
nice sum being realized for tbe church
Linoleum—C.C.S.
Rov. tt. K, Dunham has been invited and bas accepted the pastorate of
the Methodist church in tbis city tor
the [ninth successive year.
PHONE 8   For all ki",lH <>f
fresh killed meals.    Phone 8.
n .1 Riley, proprietor of the Yahk
hotel, arrived in the city Monday lo
consul I his physician about his right
hand, which he cut on a rusty nail.
A $2(1.0(1 dinner set will only cost
you    $21.80   on   Saturday—Ira R.
Manning.
Mrs. (L B. Willis was called cast
this morning to Cans, Sask., on account of the serious illnes ot her
sister, Mrs* 0. W. Auckland.
Lirioioum.-C.C.S.
Large dry warehouse to rent, $6.00
per month.    Apply Herald office.
F. W. Swain made a business trip
lo Manbury on Thursday anul to
Yahk and Olenlily 0n Friday and Saturday.
Wagstaff's plum pudding, one and
two pound sizes, at Ward and   Har-
I ris.
Phone 177 tor your next case of
beer or porter. Made at home and
guaranteed pure.
Meet me at Bob's Place. '
Patmore Bros, have {he. contract
for the heating aud plumbing of the
new school at Jaffray and are busy
on the installation.
PHONE 8 -For all kinds of
fresh killed meats.   Phone 8.
Linoleum.—C.C.S.
Allan Thompson, secretary of the
Hy Y.M.C.A. at Kamloops, is spending a tew days in the city the guest
of Mr. It. D. Cameron.
A $20.00 dinner set will only cost
you    $21.80   on   Saturday.—lra IL
Manning.
Mrs. .1 F, Bridges left on Tuesday
for Kamloops, where she wil) spend a
fortnight visiting her daughter, Mis
U. P, Cory. j
.lust arrived: A stock of special
curling brooms at Ward and Harris,
Fancy .lapanesc oranges at Ward)
and Harris.
Hard Times this Winter. --
Buying from our cash with order
Orocery Price List will be a big
help to you. Oet one and see
what you save. — Cranbrook
Trading Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Graham arrived
home last Monday from their honeymoon trip of tour weeks spent visiting California.
Linoleum.—C.C.S.
Dr. G. E. L. Mackinnon Mt last
Saturday for an extended trip inlo j
eastern Canada, where he will visit
Toronto, Montreal and other points
or interest.
Special china and crockery sale Saturday only, 20 per cent ofl everything in this department.—Ira H.
Manning.
.loe Sacco, the Italian bottle man,
Is erecting a new two-story frame
building on Van Home street which
will be used as a storage building for
his business.
Watch for special on C.C.S. linoleum.
The Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen am! Ladies Auxiliary to the
B. of It. T. announce their twelfth
annual ball to he held in the Auditorium New Year's Eve.
Special china and crockery sale Saturday only, 20 per cent ofl everything in this department.—Ira It.
Manning.
K. C. Stata, wbo was in charge of
the new gents' furnishinb store of W.
B. McFarlane, has resigned his position and left last Tuesday to return
to Calgary.
Watch for special on C.C.S. linoleum.
A. P. Bennett, of Vernon, was here
this week conferring with Mr. P.
DeVere Hunt, thc local agent ot thc
Coldstream Nurseries, and incidentally visiting his brother, Mr. C. G.
Bennett.
Watch for special on C.C.S. lino
letim.
Kdgar Sainsbury, of this city, was
tenth in thc list of prize winners ie
the recent circulation contest of thc
Lethbridge Herald, securing a cash
prize of $25. He secured a total of
2l7,fl00 votes.
Wood for sale. Phone 100.       3ti.lt
Bom-To Mr. and Mrs. .1. I). Gil-
mour on Wednesday, December 3rd, a
daughter.
Watch [or special on C.C.S. linoleum.
'
.1. P. Qilmour, head of the forestry
branch for this district, will leave
Friday f'»r the coast to attend the
annual meeting of the forestry depart mini Mr. Ollmoiir is scheduled
to deliver a paper before the meeting
on forestry subjects.
Saturday you will Ik* given an opportunity to procure some nice Xmas
presents cheap in our crockery department.—Ira IL Manning.
•lohn Dtipnnn and Miss Mamie
Slasarehuk, both natives of Austria,
were married at the Catholic church
in this city last Saturday morning,
November 29th, 1918, by Kev. Fatter
Plamondon. They will reside in the
eity.
Watch tor special on C.C.S. linoleum.
Rev. K. P. Flewelling, pastor ot
Christ church, accompanied by Chus.
A. Cock, left last Tuesday tor Nelson
where they attended the meeting of
the executive committee of che Synod.    They returned today.
A Great Sale of Suits and Coats
FRIDAY,   DECEMBER  5TH, TO  SATURDAY,  DECEMBER  13TH
Extraordinary Reductions in Ladies' and Misses' Coats and Suits
We intend to clear out the whole of our stock of Ladies', Misses', and Children's Coats and
Suits this season. We don't want to see a single garment left. In order to make a quick clearance
we have cut prices down irrespective of cost. We have marked them at such tempting prices tliat
you cannot afford to overlook this chance of securing some of these splendid values.
Raworth llros. have been trylraR
out the striking ol the new city
clock as complaints were received
that, the bell could not he heard in
all parts ol thc city. Two new
leavers havo heen placed and the
clock U aow striking mack louder.
$14.25
Grand Clearance of
Ladies' Suits
LOT NO. I
Suits world up lo $25,00
Sell for $14.25
Tliey nro mads in Tw.wla, Wor-
stalls, Nnvy, Tun,  anil
Brown     Serges     und
Tweed Mixtures... ^^^^^^^^
LOT NO. -I
I    Suits worth $30.00 for $18 50
We have a splendid selection.
Tliey are made in Grey anal Hrown
Tweed   Mixtures     und
Plain Serges. CouUare tag ca
Satin lined _  iplO.OU
LOT NO. II
£ Suits worth $35,00 for $21.50
Better vulues thnn   tliese  were
never offered.   The materials nnd
trimmings nre the very
best.   Knch  suit   iB  u Q'li CA
distinctive model JltlaOU
LOT NO. I
Suits worth $45.00 for $29.00
In Brown Chinoliilln Cloth with
veBtee in tun. These nre tlie
smnrteBt suits wa' hnve *1Q t\t\
ever shown _  iptV.UU
Millinery
Half Price
and Less
We are determined to clear
out every Trimmed Hat. These
prices will do it.
You will be
agreeably surprised when you
see what a beautiful hat you may
buy for so little.
Half Price
mm
Ladies' and
Misses' Coats
Nearly Half Price
These are all this season's
purelmst'8. l»u! we follow the
rule of clearing out everything
while it is wanted, and while it
is in style. Now is the time to
buy them. Many of them ut
less than mnnufnetimts' coat.
Sp:iee will not begin to permit
n description of the different
yiirriiei.ls. boi tin y are math' up
in IVeed Mixtures, Srr^cs
Chinchillas, Cheviots. Klc.
UtNo. 1.   t\
to
\\?$&£Z?l $20.00
Lot No. 3*.—Coals 'ii> tfi. ir
to $25.00, to dear a.t  «J»H.-o
Lot Xai. 5. This is u special ini
a.f higher priced Coats in l.ri.-
andeii Velvets. Plush, Etc., ta>
clear nt surprisingly low priavs.
No. 1.     Coats  lap     *n   -/.
*l.">tKi to clearut   «J>0.i"U
Extra Special Prices
in Children's Coats
We have a splendid
assortment of Coats for
Children. They are
made in a great variety
of styles. Colors: Navy,
Brown. Green, Red
and Tan. The materials are Corded Velvets, Blanket Cloths,
Bear Cloths. Tweeds,
Chinchillas, Etc. All
sizes.
Lot Xo. 1,—Coats
up to $4.00 for . ..
Lot No. 2. -  Coats
up to $0.00 for _...
Lot No. 8.— Coats
up to $8.00 for _
$2.50
$3.75
$4.75
PHONE 22
McCREERY BROS.
Cranbrook's Dry Goods and Clothing Stores
PHONE 22
ITTTTTI W
New stock of linoleum is here aM
all old stock must tit* sold :,i any
prior.—C.C.S,
Meeting ot the committee which
was appointed at the hoard of trade
meeting last Friday was held last
Sunday and an outline of the plan oi
action drawn up. Another meeting
will he held this week and lull report ot the progress made will he
published next week.
Saturday you will be Rivtn an opportunity to procure some nice Xmas
presents cheap in our crockery department—Ira It. Manning.
The record price this season tor
strictly tresh eggs was reached last
'week wlien a local poultryman received $1 per do/en lor eggs. With
prices away up local chicken men arc
endeavoring to make Middy deliver up
the much sought alter hen Iruit.
New stock ol linoleum is here nnd
all old stock must he sold at ai y
price.—t'.C.S.
Open classes of thc Cranhrook
Manual Training school will he- held
on next Wednesday and Thursday al-
tcmoons from 3 to 5 and Principal
Webb invites all interested In this
work to attend and become acquainted with tlie work ol the classes.
New stock ol linoleum is here nnn
all old stock must Ih* sold at anv
ptIoe.-C.C.S.
E. II. Slater left on Tuesday lor
Nelson to attend tin* poultry show
in, that city, and will later be In attendance at tiie B.C, Poultry association meeting ami show at Grand
Forks in his official capacity as delegate from the Cranhrook Poultry association.
One day only. Saturday, Dccemhci
uth, 2ti per cent nd everything tin
the dish line.—lra It  Manning.
At the Young Men's Club last
M'tidiiy evening an increased attendance witnessed two very siuippy uiul
bard (ought games <,r basket hall. Tbe
lirst game between the Thistles anl
Mig Five was won by the Thistles
20—-0. Th.- second game was won
hy the Hankers defeating the Y.M (',
18-22.
New stock nf linoleum is here ml
all old stock must he sold a> n;.y
price.—C.C.S.
Mr. O, Lund, uf LUndbrcck, Alberta, passed through the city the
first of the week nn his way to Spokane, stopping for a day to visit
with bis daughter, Mrs. Harold Darling. Mis. Lund preceded him to
Spokane two weeks ago and they will
spend the winter in thai city.
Charles Day, bookkeeper for Uorfr
man and McKachem for several years
past, lelt Tuesday lor an extended
visit at his home in New llninHwlck,
Joseph Jeffrey ol the same firm
leaves Tuesduy on a Christmas vacation I» tho old country.
WANT ADS.
• per woid for Brst w«k,and leper
word loreai li week after
TO RENT,— Furnished room, for
one or two, with or without board;
no family. Apply this office       49-9t
WANTED.—Wort as chambermaid
in Imtel, in work in private family
by da) oi week     Phone 322.     IM"
A thoroughly domesticated lady.do-
sires position as housekeeper     Apply
llnv   N ,  Herald office, (9-lt
HOUSE TO RENT,—Six moms
and bath room. Apply Urs. I).
Campbell, Armstrong avenue.     -18-tt
Christ Church Ladies Guild will
hold a sale ol work, home made cookery and candies In the Carmen's hall
on Saturday, November Sftth, at 3
o'clock. Tea will be serve*!. This
is a good opportunity to purchase
Xmas gifis. t7-2t
WANTED.—To buy a good secondhand cutter. Applv Herald or t\ont
■101. -.7
First-class democrat (or sale,
cheap.     Apply Herald. .'i*l-*
FOR     SALE—Complete   set       of
Encyclopedia Brlttanloa.     Apply p.
O. Uos 64, city. 41-tl
Set ol democrat harness for sale
almost new.     Apply Herald. 34*
Good wintering for horses and
cattle fo be had a' the Ward Rancne,
•Jerome. Plenty ol haj snd mass.
Apply    Oarhutt       Urns ,     Box 7bfjt
Cranbrook. i«-3t*
FOR RENT.—Stable (or two
horses,  large   hav   loft and oat bin
with electric iijiht   verj warm, t2.su
per month.     Apply Herald office. 45
Five-roomed eottagi foi rent; good
warm house. Applj Mrs I, P. Sullivan, Cranbrook st. ix
We offer our pure bred Berkshire
boar for sale. If) months old at $48;
also a lot of small pi^s at W.OO each.
Infjuire at St, Eugene Missii.n,  l(i-lt
Now is ihe rlghl lime to buy real
estate. It will not be too late fn
tbe. spring but you will pay more.
Huy now. Oct tlio hot and cold
beds ready now,' and when the good
times come again, you will bo ready.
You will not have long to wail either. Two acres foT $350, one quarter down; balance to suit. Immediate
possession.—W, It. Realty. i«
WEST KOOTENAY FRUIT
I,ANDS,-Ten acre tracts, close lo
market; lorty sold; still good choice;
only $«.00 t„ $35.00 per aere; $10
monthly; no interest.—Write Columbia River Orchards. Limited, Nelson,
B.C. 4G-4t* THB   ORAM BROOK HERALD
DOIT
NOW
AND AVOID THE
CHRISTMAS RUSH
Good Old Port
Is a Glorious Wine
It helps to digest the dinner.
It makes rich red blood.
It is delightful to the palate and
strengthening to the system.
Try a Bottle of Our Oldest Vintage
We also have some excellent
Sherries
for Cooking or Table Use
In
Brandies, Rums and Liqueurs
Our stock is unequalled, unexcelled
In Scotch and Irish
Whiskies
We have them from six years to
twenty years old, at $1.25 to $2.50
per bottle. Try some of the following brands:—
Maokie's Laird o' Logan, *1(X) — 20 years old
Clol.lI.uW    1.75-12
"       White Horeo
Cellar     1.50-10      "
Ar.U«lla _    1.60—10      "
Miinro's King of King's   2.50 — 20      "
(Twice voyaged aroaaaaal the world in Sherry Caalaa
before heialg; baattleai)
Mnuro'sd. H. Liquonr   2.00 — 20
"      King's Choice   1.75 —12      "
Perfection     1.50 — 10
LAST, BUT NOT LEAST, we wish to draw your attention to the
excellent SPARKLING WINES we have recently imported from BORDEAUX, FRANCE.
Sparkling Chambertin and White Sparkling Burgundy
Watch for our Ad. next week. We have something to tell you about our VERY PRETTY CALENDARS
Write or Phone Now
to
Alex. L.
McDermot
Wholesale Wine
Merchant
L
CRANBROOK - B.C.
P.O BOX 166 PHONE 17
IF
IS KUTHL11 IS
PRETTY CERTAIN SHE USES
If ladies could know and apprccmtoi
what ft delightful liair dressing Newbro's Herpicide is, thoy would all,
hnve. it on their dressing tahles. Ii
Is the mo st exquisite toilet article j
ever used and at the sume time otu.
oi tl»; most essential.
In order to have beautiful hair
every lady should regularly apply
llerpieiile tu hei hair and scalp, Hy
ii tho scalp is kept clean ol dandrull
and the hair stops falling.
Herpicide is free from groasc,   does
not stain (,r dye and possesses an exceedingly delicate and pleasing odor.
Newbro's Herpicide is just the sort
of a preparation that always appeals
to a lady of refinement and cultured
tastes. There is nothing that can
take its place. There is nothing just
like il, nearly like it f,r "just as
good."
Newbro's Herpicide in 50c. and
$1.00 sizes is sold by all dealers who
guarantee it, to do all that is claimed. If vim nre not satisfied your
money will be refunded.
Send 10c. for booklet and sample
to The IlerpiciiV Co., Dept. 1!.. Detroit, Mich.
Applications obtained at good barber shops.
Beattie-Murphy Co,, Ltd., Special
Agents.
School
Re
port
Dorothy Mackejr.
Francis Noble.
r
Hazel Taylor.
SUMMARY     OP
ATTENDANCE
Million Thomas.
KOI! NOVEMBER.
Carl (Jill.
Hnth Stevens,
MISS MACDONALD'S
ROOM
WINS
 '
NELSON SHIELD.
Division 2.
aa
Melfred Carson.
Albert  Laurie.
£
8,8
Qornadette Doyle.
ii             1
I
fl
to Y
2 3
a u
\ Igll Santo.
Merle Taylor.
P               B
u
i *
0-   0
Division 8.
L. .1.   Cranst.ua 1
20
111.01)
4)8.12
Gordon Argue.
F. 0. Dexter ... 2
2!l
24.'.0
Mi '-7
Philip Brlggs,
Miss Darkis ,., . :i
27
21.35
S0,')2
Willi,* Daniels.
Miss Bechtel   ... *
33
26.45
JO. 15
May Dunning.
Miss Suttaby ■■ 5
87
30.67
12.0U
May Leask.
Miss Richards  . t)
40
33.32
80.02
Sydney Murgatroyd.
Miss  Maodonnlaj 7
38
33.57
87.01
Kdwin Malcolm.
Miss Cartwright «
■IK
33.77
82.80
Alex. Mennie.
.Miss   Faulkner   1
61
42.55
83.10
Mary Malcolm,
Miss I've 10
■15
3.1.00
74.80
Dorothy McLean.
Smith Ward Public
School
Margaret St. Eloi.
Miss Woodland . l
51
47.3
0.1.73
Division 1.
42
40.7
Oli.10
.lohn Keroglia
—
	
	
	
John Noble.
470
339.50
85.57
Nettie Robinson.
Kred Swain.
PERFECT ATTENDANl'l
Hugh Fraser.
Division I.
Oracle Higgles.
Division 5.
Daarls Kcrshnw.
Irene Beech.
Marlon Leitch.
Nina Bclangor.
Edith Macdonald.
(Hattys Brookes.
Ruby Deacon.
Ny Wai Hoy.
Faiib Kendall.
Ruth Kendall.
Allen Lacey.
Harold Leask.
Annie McBlrnie.
Nellie McKcnna.
Dewey McNeil.
Wilinai McNabb.
Dorothy Reed.
Violet Simpson.
Edward Tnrney.
David Watson.
Division (1.
Mary Battlam.
Charlie clapp.
t'hristine Carson.
I, c Mueller.
Martha Messinger.
Alma Sarvis.
Kathleen Snook,
.loe Strain.
Viaala Sarvis.
.lohn Turner.
Freda Taylor.
Keith Wasson.
Verna Welch.
Lily l.aoeaster.
Erie  MiacKilltlaan.
Division 7.
Leonard Burton.
Mary Carson.
Donald Dallas.
M.uion Druininond.
Fallah Ewin.
Joseph Frost.
Lenore Hill.
Mutid Malcolm.
Harry MacDonald.
On Mali.
Verda Klaus.
Flossie Robinson.
Cyril Seiby.
Kay Scott,
•lohn Stevens.
Norman Wasson.
Sam Watson,.
Maud Welch.
Division 3.
Hernial Hartlam-
llnwiml Rroyivn.
Nairval Caslake.
Elizabeth Chapman.
Ethel clapp.
Herald Cllno.
Christopher Duckcring.
lata Dunning.
Hint Illng.
Eneas lloggarth.
Thomas Hoggarth.
Jack Hyde.
James Kemball.
lKirotliy Leask.
Margaret Leask.
Willie Leask.
Lenore Little.
Jimmy Logan.
Helen iUuller.
Isabel Parker.
Elsie Welch.
Division 3.
Dorothy Dulorc.
Marjory Indole.
Harold Dow.
Don Ewin.
Kdna Freek.
Waller Freek.
Marion Henderson.
Margaret llome-
WHIreal .Inline.
Murray McFarlane.
Levin MosBanger.
Jack tlRdcn.
litiliy Scott.
William Sclby.
Hilda Steward.
James Taylor.
Douglas Tliompson.
Kate Watson.
Helen Brenncn.
Division 10.
Wong Hong.
Monn Hopkins.
Wong Hum.
Gladys Johnson.
Loran Gordon.
Clyde MacKinnon.
Mary Park.
Reginald Parrett.
Gertrude Scott.
Irene Taylor.
George Welch.
Ivy Welch.
SOUTH WARD    PUBLIC SCHOOL.
Division 1.
Annie Shaw.
Ellen Johnson.
Annie Parnaby.
Elsie Black.
James Tito.
Edward Taylor.
George Orr.
Ada McKenna.
Annie Johnson.
Nettie Johnson.
Jean Donaldson.
Mack Kirkland.
Archie Horie.
Alan Livingston.
Tom Reekie.
Mabel Finlay.
Margaret Lacey.
Malcolm Belanger.
Sadie Lacey.
Frank Roberts.
Ida Johnson.
Evelyn Moore.
Mary Mann.
David Reekie.
Everett Wtlliams.
Earl Fcnnessy.
Reive Parker.
Division 2.
George Coleman.
Annie Laurie.
Robert Eakin.
Edward McUan.
Mina Moore.
Leonard Marchant.
Winnie Malone.
Albert Johnson.
Samuel Shaw.
Jack Drew.
Altrod Cahill.
Robert Askie.
John Murdoch.
Kathleen Tito.
James Malone.
Charlie McKenna.
Donald Marshall.
Dorothy Davis.
Helen Shackelton,
Theresa Lacey.
Joseph Bculanger.
Ivy Besley.
Frank Tito,
Clifford Finnessy.
Clara Tittle.
>
Ladies Suits and Coats
At Cost and Less
*^ms=mm^S
$15.00 coat for $ 8.75
l(
II
II
II
MANUAL TRAINING SCHOOL.
High and Public Schools.
Reader. Roll. Attnd. Order ol merit.
P.C.
Sr.
Sr.
Jr.
Jr.
Jr.
Sr.
23
10
li!
13
18
23
77
87
83
83
80
75
Nov.
4
10
2
3
7
3
4
8
Term,
4
10
South Ward School.
100 l
100 0 7
Albert ll. Webb
For some time past thc C.P.H.
lias b.en fi|iiippiue, all its switching
locomotives will) lire fignting apparatus, anal in addition to this being ordered on all new switching equipment,
orders have been issued to add It to
alt of. tliat class as they come In lor
shopping. At the end of last year
there were on all parts ol the system one hundred and sixty-two locomotives so equipped.—Canadian Railway anal Marine World.
II you want     P.O. Box 137
WOOD
Phone 485
and your order will
receive prompt
attention
PIEDLER .& ROSSELLI
Cranhrook, B. O,
18.00
25.00
28.50
18.00 Suits for
20.00
27.50
(at
n.50
14.75
18.75
10.00
13.25
18.75
These goods are all new and, at these prices, will sell very fast. See window
We will allow a discount of 25% on any Women's
or Men's suits made in our tailor shop during; the
months of Jauuary or February, providing; the
cloth is selected from our well assorted stock
before January 10th next.
Large dry basement to tent, 100x20
feet, $3.00 per month. Apply Herald
office.
Half an Acre of Land
and 3-room Plastered Home
AU property fenced. Lawn
and wood shed. Situation
just beyond the Power House.
PRICE $850, ON TERMS
BEALE & ELWELL
Imperial Bank ol Canada ||
HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO
► CAPITAL AUTHORIZED        -        -        $10,000,000.00
CAPITAL PAID UP - .        . 6,925,000.00
RESERVE AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS   -     8,100,000.00
:
D. R. WILKIE. President.
HON. ROBERT JAFFRAY, Vice.Preildent
Accounts   of   Corporations,   Municipalities,
Farmers and Private Individuals invited.
Merchants <;
Drafts and Letters of Credit issued available in any part of
the world.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT-Special attention
given to Savings Bank Accounts. Deposits of $1.00 and
upwards received and interest allowed from date of deposit.
Cranbrook Branch: it W. SUPPLE, Mgr.
No Man's Collar
is comfortable if it doesn't lit
perfectly. Neither is the collar worn by your horse. We
have been called the "horse's
merchant tailor" because we
are so particular alioiit the fit
of the harness we sell. Tlie
better yon treat your horse
the better he will treat you.
(let his harness here.
W. M. Park & Co.
EVEItmiMOrM THI HOUSE
CRANBROOK, B. C.
The
Original
and
Only
Qenuine
Beware
of
Imitations
SolJ
on thc
Merits
oi
Minard's
Liniment
DRINKS LIQUOR FOR HIS
NERVES
Keep in mind the (act thnt ent'li
drink uf Liquor yon take only
created nerve demaiitl (or
larger drlnki and
more ol them
COME TO THE NEAL INSTITUTE
NOW
In THREE DAYS yon mill Im
Perfectly Cured ol the Drink
Hal.it and all tl.oae symptoms
whirl, secni to require liquorna
" medicine" wllldi.appesr.
•OX »&, CRMMII00K, I. C.
Royal Hotel
WM. STEWARD, Prop.
Well Furnished, Steam Heated Rooms
Everything New, Clean and Bright
Best ol Service and Cuisine In our Dining Room
Only White Help Employed
Large, Spacious Parlors and Comfortable Rest
Rooms for Ladies
All the Comforts of Home.   Family Trade Given
Special Attention
Billiard Room
AUTOMOBILE STORAGE IN CONNECTION
Cranbrook,       -       -       B. C.
The Home Bakery
ItaiiiKftT Fbamk, Prop.
Fresh Bread, Cakes, Pies, and
Pastries of All Kinds
PHONE 87
Norbu-y Ave.      Opp. City Hall
UND NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE! tliat I, Mary
Emily Lees, nf rnuiiiiaa.il,, ll.c, married woman, Intend to applv lor permission to ptirehnse tlie lollowlng
described land:
Commencing nt n post, planted nt
llie south enst corner of I.ot til..I,
(I.I., thenco south twenty (20)
bains; thone west twenty (20)
chains; thonco north twenty (20
chains; thenco cast twenty (20)
chains tn point at commencement,
containing for y a*'l>) acres, mo*e nr
less.
Mary Emily Lees, Appllo.
per Win. II. Moss, Agent.
Dated October Iltlh, 1013.      IB-til*
To Rent—Large Fireproof base,
ment, 10 x 100 It., $7.00 per
month.-Apply Herald Ollice.
FOR SALE OR RENT.-Large
warehouse' with Irost proof basement and electric light; very large
dry.      Apply Hoi 3, Hera.'d.     10-tl
Pair of light bob sleighs tor salo
cheap.    Apply llerald. .11 •
LAND NOTICE.
Craabrook Land District.
TAKE NOTICE that Stewart
Morris, nf Cranbrook, II.C, occupation Surveyor's Assistant, intends
to apply lor permission to purchase
the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted lorty chains cast and twenty chains
Kuiitb of tho south enst corner of
Lot 11070, Oroup One, Kootenay District; then™ south sixty chains;
thenco cast twenty chains; thenco
north sixty chains; thence west
twenty chains to point of commenct-
ment, cimtainliiK ono hundred ami
twenty acres, more or lea.
Nli'wart Morris.
William II. Moss, Agent.
Dated .September 1,1th, 1818,   41-10
LAND NOTICE.
Cranhrook Land District.
TAKE NOTICE that Harriot 0.
Miller, of Itnsslanad, II.C, married
woman, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the lollowlng des-
ar.U'd land:
Commencing at a P°st planted at
the north cast corner of Lot 8970,
Oroup One, Kootenay District; thence
east lorty chains; thence south twenty chains; thence weet lorty chains;
thonco north twenty chains to point
ot commencement and containing
eighty acres, lie the same more or
less.
Harriet Caroline Miller.
Wm. H. Moss, Agent.
Dated September 20th, IMS. 41-10)

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