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Array THE CRANBROOK HERALD
VOLUME 17
CRANBROOK,   BRITISH COLUMBIA,
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25t*a. 1910
Fl
E
SPECIAL MEETING !
OF CITY COUNCIL,1
'■ Wsr Loan Discussed hy City Dads—
City Hsll Beating Costly-Court
ol Bevtslen
PRED WOODWARD
IN HOSPITAL
NUMBERe
Ll .1     ' Bi
Received Skrapael Wound ta Shoulder
—Kalserlsm Must be Dowsed
at Auy Price
There was a special meeting of the
__^^^^ I city council this    arternoon at   two
| o'clock,   when   there   were   present
CrailbrOOk miSed $10,293.60 011 VV edneSflBV, iMayor Bowness, Aldermen Leaak, Ban a-, i - — ■ '
VlttUUiuua laiotu >i*>u,.ww.w was ** ******. *s*w*f\ , woodward, conveying tho news that|iintish Columbia, for never since Ihejfcrcnee with officials of
Jimmy Lunn,    of thc
! hotel, haa received a letter from Fred !
Wycliffe contributes $3,618.00, and
Wardner $1,077.00
OPTIMISTIC CONDITIONS A set of ten pamphlets haa been is-! a money-maker.   But what ot the
IN EAST KOOTENAY sued by the Forest Branch, lu con! years that preceded 1914? Rave'
  Junction with the University of Sue-! the 'Mt proms of the good ye**i
hMhib'j   Awakening   After | katchewan, for circulation In B. C. and f least equalled the losses of 'the'1
Period *l Depression—Twelve        on the prairie.   These pamphlets deal 'ones?
mils Eipected to Operate wlth the construction of buildings of     But even admitting the balanci
■' all forms—stables, houses, piggeries, unfavorable to the C. P. R. are tl
hi    T1" ,owe** eWl ** **** P"10** of °*" hen houses, implement sheds, etc. people who have located homes   '
™W0   ' pression seems to' hive been passed by      During thc past week the lumber-  Invested In that part to be sacrfo
the lumber Industry in South Eastetn ;men in this district have been In eon- simply become this few-mile fee
TOTAL FOR DISTRICT WILL LIKELY REACH $17,000.00
The Patriotic Fund campaign on
Weilnesiluy last, on wtlllp the local
committee luul spent a greut lml of
tlmo perfecting plans, proved sneeess-
fill to a degree far exceeding llie t-x-
pectations of the most optimistic.
Arrangements for the campaign
were taken ln hand on Thursday
last week when the officers of ths
local branch of the Canadian Patriotic
nonnccnicnt was received, wss renewed, und It possible, Intensified
wheen It was stated that contributions
frum Wardner amounted to 11,077,00
und from Wycliffe 12970.00. This latter figure was increased to 13611.00
today and will be further augmented,
wlille the returns from Cranbrook
, and Wardner are still far trom com-
I plete.
'    At time ot going to press the total
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    > amounts are as follows:
fund, divided tho city Into numerous j section A I   887.40
districts.   A second meeting was hold j Section B      610.76
on Friday evening, whon    sub-corn- j Section C      274.M
mlttecs were appointed to canvass the I s^Mm D      ••»••»
Section E      873.60
.held. Balment and Campbell. i-..--. ^,,»».™, .». ».t„ msutm tae i terence with officials of the forest of a dividend-paying trahscontlnet
j    The principal Item on the agenda | "> >■■» been wounded and In hospital. {early months of '1114 baa the outlook ! branch regarding the further develop-:'railway ,y.tcm loses a few dollars
I was the appointment of members   of. Fred Woodward was one of the arst "SB M reassuring. ment of this work and It is certain that month during > year or two of geh,
[court of revision.    On motion of Al- j men In Cranhrook to stop oul at duty's     A'fairly steady market has boen do- ^with the efforts of the lumbermen as- 'husiness   depression - and this
derman Campbell, seconded hy Aldor-1 call end has been with the Ightlng : "loped on the   prairie   and   since ; slating tbe forest branch In this new '. spite of certain covenants entered I
Canadians In France for over a year.; August reglflav ehlpmenta'have been j form   of  market   development,   that I prior to construction?
figuring In many heroic fights and do- |'««*e by practically all mills.     The | much good will result. This Is a matter that should not
Ing his "bit" Is the country's cause,    j general yard stock  ts estimated   to : entirely   overlooked   right   here
Mr. Woodward Is a member of the j "st* been reduced by one-half during TOMwamvasssanb  CrM,0D-   m"" »<*** Pesseoeer In
16th Guadlu Scottish. (thlsttoe. ILLEGAL IMJOS*. EMENCfc ; „ ,„., „„ of ^ ^ ^ JJ
His letter, which ts oue of the most i   Bu*h camps sre being Installed, by. i hardly be lighter than It has been
Interesting received, follows: j the greater number of 4he mills aad j    " wou,°' appear from the receht j months.    What If the same ecoaei
llth Battalion, Canadian Bcottlah.    I some lft, million feet will be logged | **cUoD 0, «*•• C. P. a announcing that caj management that proposes toco
Aiderahot ""   '       *"""
man Leask, lt was resolved tbat Alderman Banfield aud Clapp be appointed to sit with tho mayor as court
of revision for tho purpose of revising
and correcting the voters Hat for
1911.
Thu court of revision wlll bo held
on   Friday,   December   10th,   at 10
! Section F      484.001 Pany's property.   Carried.
Section Q    1346.00
Section H ■ 1246.60
Section   1      668.
various sections of the city, the com
plctc list of those undertaking the
canvass being as follows:
Section A—Blocks 19-24 Inclusive—
M. A. Beale, captain; C. A. Cock, Itev.
W. H. Bridge.
Section B—Blocks 26-29 inclusive—
W. A. Nisbet, captain; Bev. W. K.
Thomson.
Section C—Blocks   30-33 Inclusive,
and Block B—J. C. Olenday, captain; ,„     .     ,
" I Cranbrook
J. Laurie. |
J Wycliffe      	
Soctlon D—Blocks 34-6-6, 92 and C j WarailOT     10J7M
—W. E.   Worden,   captain;    J.   M. 	
Christie, J. A. Arnold.
An agroement was submitted to
council from the Canadian Pacific
railway In connection witb flume of
city disposal works. After the terms
of agreement had been discussed, Aid.
Campbell moved, seconded by Aid.
Banfield, that the mayor and city clerk
be authorized to sign on behalf of the
city the lease from C. P. R. In connec-1 ^^—p^,-—,.
tlon with sewage flume on tho com-! to a convalescent home for a tlmo.  So
Dear Jim:
You will see by the above thst I am
In England again; got sent home with
a shrapnel wound In the shoulder. 1
hare been' here a week now, and I do
not know how much longer I shall
be In this hospital, but not long.
I think 1 am getting along lhe. After
I get away from hen T hm being sent
up to April 1, 1916.     Fifty per cent, °n November 30th the train   aervice i piciy iMi„e u,^ ^^^ ^
approximately, of this wUl be aawtdjfrom ***** •» Oerrard and the boat jug,, elf., ,hoM .,„ „, .^
' 1 ought to be sound again before I get
Section  J	
Section K	
Section L	
C. P. R .1	
Government OIBces      636.00
Retail Merchants Assn    1608.00
267.00
316.36
91.10
439.00
10293.60
8618.00
Section E—Blocks 37-43 inclusive-
W. F. Cameron, captain; J. P. Fink,
W. S. Santo.
Section    F— Blocks   86-6-7,   96-7-8,
141-2— A.   A.   MacKinnon,   captain;
deno Elglc, Jas. Martin.
-  Section G—Blocks 88-91 inclusive—
■ji r-C R. Ward, captain; C. J. Little, O. i
P. TWaale.     '•   •
Section H—Blocks 93-6, 143-6 and
800—H. W. Supple, captain; a. F.
Stevenson.    ,
Section I — Slaterville — James
Brechin, captain; W. F. Attridge.
Section J—Townslte and White additions— E. Paterson, captain; F. B.
Miles, H. White.
Section K—Power house and Worden addition—L. Perron.
Section L—Loco—George Leitch.
Section M—C. P. R—E. Y. Broke,
captain; J. Beaton.
Section N—Government offices—Q.
W. F. Carter.
Section O—Retail Merchants Association.
Wednesday. November 24th, was decided on as the day for the organized
campaign and on the previous evening
there was a full attendance of the
canvassing committees at a meeting
called for the purpose of making Una!
arrangements. Subscription lists had
been prepared for signature, also
complete lists of the residents In the
various sections, so that there should
bo no possibility of auyone being den-
.Total    $14988.60
it was confidently anticipated that
when returns are received from
Moyie, Kimberley, Wasa, Wattsburg,
Yahk and Kingsgate, in addition to the
district surrounding  Cranbrook,  butISUCCESSFUL MEETING
which has not yet been canvassed, the
total nmount of contributions paid In'
The question of using the sinking ] seat bivek. At present I am feeling
fund to take up eome of the Canadian [ we»b, due I suppose to lying in bed
war loan was discussed at length. No snd hospital diet, but am getlng along
decision was arrived at pending re-'■ better thsj could be expected In the
suit of an Interview with the city's 'Ume- ' do not like hospital life, too
bankers by the mayor and city clerk. Imucn s*uaa, etc., aad would rather be
Alderman Campbell called attention BMk ln Prance again, but I hope to
to the present cost of heating the city; got s few da>ya leave now before I re-
hall. Ten tons of coal at a cost of!,oln ,n* battalion again.
168.85'hare been used in the past forty ! *n colnin0B "1U» everybody else who
days, making the cost about 11.60 «i *"*■ ""•i theM'' shall be glad when it
day during a period when, with the '" °ytT' *1ut' ""P" ""'" wtll..aead me
exception of a few days, the weather i bock **"" ' •*•"! '**l,)^• " "ht" *»*!
has not been very cold.   It was re-'wor '* on ' wou" sooner be   there
solved thnt the works and property I ""*n snrwhere else.   My nerves, how-
commltee Investigate the use and pur- j °y"' m Dot " i0°* "" th*7 "*"'■
chase of coal. 'the sights In the hospitals has affected
The meeting then adjourned. 'm* um* atm "*• ■**••*• ■■"•. aollete,
— __ etc., In France.   I suppose you notice
It more when you are weak and "down
OF POULTRY ASSOCIATION l,n ^*M*,*I>"»«,> sa*1»HP«
'    1 wu lucky to get It no worse than
In the Bills during this period, twelVo
of which sre expected to operate.
Lumbermen generally are very
pleased with the outlook and several
wbo have lately made extensive tours
In the Western Prairie state lhat thc
prairie farmers, ne a result of their
tremendous crops thin year, are In a
state of prosperity and are doing considerable buying.
A campaign has been started by the
B,-itlsh Columbia Forest Branch towards extending-the markets of B. C.
timbers on tho prairie. It Is the Intention ot the branch to establish^ a
special market commissioner, with
headquarters at Begins. The duties bf
this commission will Include the
thorough lavtMlfatlon of prairie ces-
service oa Trout Lake would be die-1 next with a   tri-weekly   or   mis
continued Indefinitely, that st leaal I freight and passenger service west
one other   corporation   besides   the  cranbrook?
banking  Institutions  needs   a  little
legislative correction.
We presume when tbe Ilae was cob-
Tbe railway company got the ct
cessions or   special   conslderatioi
Lardo and the other places must hi
structed It received   a   government  the minimum train service at least
bonus, land grant, free right-of-way,  Creston Review.
or   special   consideration   of   some ______
sort. In return for which the country     _       .... ... _
,j.       Brigadier McLean will give an tit.
II traversed was guaranteed a mldl-, .    ■   :*r
; trated lecture In the Methodist chut
mum train service of some sort.
,   . „    on December »th at 8 p.m.   His ei
This supposition looks   reasonable !
,     ,.   \"_  , ,                        ..Tl*** wJoJI »• "At the Front, with t
seeing tbe Dominion government has	
established a Ish hatchery of   sorhe
solvation Array   Ambulance   Oors<
ill also   Illustrating   the   Army   wo
Importance at Oerrard and which, If
the    troops    at
railway servtce ts withdrawn will be \*T**
i abroad
forced out of buelaeee, to say aothlng
of the Westers Csaada Timber CO.., ~~
dltlons whereby the lumber   Industry '■ which sUce Angust has shipped  |aj   A donation ot it packages of tbo
Is .affected, and by extrusive sdver-  million (eel of lumber and haa aaothtr ' paste has been received by Mrsa. J.1
Using to place before the prslrlc pop- three million feet In Its yards. Ktag for Red Cross   purposes   fro
ulatlon the advantages of British CO-      Undoubtedly, la tbe put couple  bf! Mrs. C. T. Darts ot San lose, Callfo
tumble timber. years this particular line has not been 'ale. fonaerly of Craabrook.
cash,or. promised, foj.th.   ensuing!000* ****■*■ W «to*wU«f »*••!
vear. win amount to   apprlxlaiately!"J       eeealaa ou t*ap«,by Mr. .
«7,000.00. / C- >»- SfcsPP***-*
Had it not been for the condition of j Tne ngv,u Bonth|y mMtlng of ^
| Cranbrook Poultry Association was
i held st the city hall on Friday, November 19th.     This was by far the
tho roads owing to tbe recent heavy
snowfalls tbe surrounding towns
would have been visited this week.
The canvass of the city wlll be completed within a day or two, but there
ure a number of residents In the outlying districts to be called upon as
soon as possible. Borne of tbese,
however, are not waiting to hi- called
on, hut have come Into town and slgn-
il the subscription lists.
After the figures had heen announced on Wednesday evening, the Rev.
W. K Thomson wu called upon sria
in a few remarks, c.prtssed hlJ p'ea-
Bure at the demunstral-on of the eora-
mun'nl spirit, which he had for some
time felt to be lacking ln the cl>y. The
peaker pointed out that the resu'.t ot
the campaign showed what could he
done by organised effort and considered that further efforts in tbe same
way would prove very beneficial to the
interests of the city.
Ihe Rev. W. H. Bridge spoke ot the
generosity of the Cranbrook people.
Ills experience of the campaign showed that the peoplo wcre not only will-
led the opportunity of enlisting In thc I („K t„ KiTe, t,„t Wer, waiting to do
great army ot those who cannot fight j    on motion ot Mr. W. A. Nisbet en
but who are willing to pay. ' expression ot appreciation   was   ae-
Wednesday wus un Ideal day for the; corded tn Mr. Geo. F. Stevenson who,
city cnnipulgn, and the sub-corn
mfttees started work bright and ear
ly. After a sueresful morning's
work, all assembled ut the Cranbrook
hotel to do Justice to the luncheon
which luul been prepared In flrst-clnss
style. After the wnnts of the Inner
man had been provided for, the canvassers were further iuvlgorated hy
the reports nn tho morning's work,
presented by the captains of each committee. Shortly after two o'clock
work wus resumed and It was late In
the afternoon before thc city had been
completely covered.
When the returns were brought in
at night, the council chamber presented a very busy scene. Returns from
the different sections were being tabulated and the state of affairs could be^
eaally told by tbe smile of President
Stevenson, which steadily Increased
aa the total rolled up, and he fairly
beamed when the list was complete
ud he had the pleasure of snnoonclng
that the total contributions from tho
eity of Cranbrook, resulting from tho-j
day's canvass, amounted to 110,298.60
"fhe applause   with   which   this an
as president ot tho Cranbrook branch
of the 1'ntrlntlc Fund, had spared no
effort to organize the campaign successfully. In reply Mr. Stevenson attributed the success of the undertaking to the support given him by the
various members of the committee end
mentioned that while some sections
showed larger totals of contributions
thnn others it did not necessarily follow that the members of any one
committee were deeervlng of more
credit than others, owing to the varying conditions In the different sections of the city.
Several citizens rendered assistance
to a number of the sub-committees
during the day, and In Section D, Mr.
W. B. Worden and his assistants
were accompanied by Hep Chong and
Sum Ylck, whose efforts added considerably to the success of the campaign in this district.
A complete statement of tbe total
amount of subscriptions wlll appear
In the Herald next week, but we will
bo unable to publish detailed list, u
the committee decided* to withhold thia
from publication.
most suecBsfuI meeting of tne association that has boen held for some
considerable time, nearly thirty members being In attendance. An Improvement was also made along tbe
line of punctuality, the routine business being commenced shortly after
eight o'clock.
The executive committee reported
that they had engaged Mr. Joe.
Shackieton of tbe government experimental farm, Edmonton, Alta., to act
s* Judge.
Mr. E. T. Cooper, who undertook
the duties of secretary-treasurer whoa
Mr. J. K Dicks wu transferred to
Uthbrldge, was unanimously elected
to All the position until the end of the
year.
Mr. C. R. Sheppard presented a very
Interesting and carefully prepared
paper on "Disqualifications." This Is
a subject of considerable importance,
particularly at a time when fanciers
sre picking out the best ot their birds
for exhibition. After the subject hsd
been discussed at some length, a
vote of thanks to Mr. Sheppard, wu
passed.
The secretary mentioned that steps
were being taken to secure tbe attendance of Mr. J. R. Terry, provincial poultry Instructor, st the forthcoming show. If thin can be arranged, It will add to thn value of the show
as a means of Instruction.
Members of the association and
others, aro notified that the show secretary will be In attendance at the
office of the Agricultural Association,
In the city hsll on Friday and Setur-
dry evenings, November 26th and 27th,
from eight to nine o'clock, for the
I purpose of receiving entries.
Members of the association who
have not yet placed their orders for
mill feed sre requested to communicate with Secretary Cooper without
delay.
Annual Meeting
Farmers' Institute
CITV HALL
Sat, Nov. 27
at a. •»•>.■*.
aad to get attended to
promptly as I suppose It saved ■
bad* week or two. I wu seat down
to Boulogne, and there tbey bad me
under the X-ray and sent on to Eng.
land. The hospital accommodation Is
simply wonderful, and thoy leak after
you la the best possible way, ar/d although you are only one amongst
thousands, lt makes you feel that you
are being cared for personally.' ■•
Well, things are a bib mixed up, As
far u tho war ls concerned, but tbe
end may como sooner than we expect.
At the same time It Is ao use planking
|on that, there has been -too much of
that kind ot thing already. We! hate
got to win by Ightlng alone. Wo sre
In It to a aalsh, ssd u Shakespeare
says "Cursed be tbe man whose heart
Is backward now."
I would far sooner be killed than
go hack to Canada knowing that we
had lost or had only half beaten the
Germane. There ts no room oa this
earth for Kelaerdom and Britain—one
must go—and I hope they shoot the
first man on onr side who talks of a
patched up peace, If ono ever speaks
of It.
I believe they have shot their bolt
in France ead Russia, but their latest
move la the Balkans Is a devt|lsh
clever one, not so much from Ihe danger of their armies, as from the possibility of bringing tbe Greeks sad
Roumanians Into it on their side. Of
course et present it does not look like
doing so, but we were told there wu
no danger of Bulgaria coming In, or If
there waa tbey would come in on our
aide.
However, let our diplomats settle
It If they can, or answer tor It la the
same way that a soldier Is called (aad
rightly eo) to account for blunders or
mistakes la the teld.
aire mr kind regards to all tho
boys u I am not able to write to them
sli st present
The weather has bon alee here today for the flrst Urns since I arrived
st this hospital and It was fortunate,
u I got outside for the flrst time this
afternoon. Kindest regards to Mrs.
Lunn aad yourself, sad lore to Betty.
Yours sincerely,
Corp. F. Woodward.
The regular monthly meeting of thej
Udlee Aid of Knox Presbyterian
church will be held at the home of
Mrs. W. E. Worden oa Wcdaeoddr af.
ternoon, December let, at half past
three a-ada th
THE
STILL CONTINUES
THE Halsall & Co. stock must be disposed of in
a limited time.   Everything will be sold REGARDLESS .EVEN OF THE ORIGINAL COST.
Ladies' and Children's Underwear
AT HALF PRICfe
Ladies' and Hisses' Coats
Just a few left, to be sold at LESS THAN
HALF PRICE
Shoes at 65c.
Regular Prices from $2.00 to $4*00.
Ladies' Whitewear and Blouses
WILL BE SLAUGHTERED PAGE TWO
WW CIUNBROOK HEIUU)
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25th. 1915
0JUKBBO0K  HERALD
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PATRIOTIC FIOT
The .-amount which the Cranbrook
dUtrlct.waB asked to raise for the Patriotic Jfrntl was $-.,000.00, but from
the figures now available it looks as
though more than fl7.000.00 will be
tht total- amount of contrlbutiontt for
tho «Mulng year.
The generous response made to the
appoai** at Wycliffe and Wardner
shows that lho residents at these
points are ready to bear tlicir full
' share of the burden and our own citl-
lens by their generous donations de-
monstrated that Cranbrook Ib ready
to supply money aa well as men, tn the
cause ot Empire.
THE  WAB LOAN
The official announcement of the
Dominion ot Canada's first domestic
war loan appears in this issue. The
banks. Insurance companies and other
corporations are subscribing for lurge
•mounts, and reports have appeared
1& the dally press to tlie effect that the
loan WaB over-subscribed. These reports, however, should not deter the
■mall Investor, as It is understood-that
allotment of small amounts will likely
be made In full, the big institutions
being given a pro rata share based on
the amount ot their original subscriptions. The government ls desirous that (his Bhould be a people's
loan and apparently intends to make
it ao as far as possible, The loan affords an opportunity to serve and to
s^T.e. tind should be taken advantage
Of* by all in a position to carry even
•Vsmall amount
DEBATE ON THE
SUFFRAGE QUESTION
The A. Y. P. A, at a very full meeting debated the question of woman
ulfrage on Tuesday last. Mr. Orm-
ston spoke ably agulnst the extension
of tbe suffrage to women and was
supported In a very able manner by
Miss Murgatroyd. Miss Murgatroyd
spoke without notes and in tills, her
maiden speech, gave promise ot considerable ability in this direction.
Rev. A. ti. Lane spoke for the women
with convinclug arguments; hla seconder, Miss Caslake, clinched the cuse
wtth a well written speech. Many good
speeches were made and we look forward confidently to a great development along this line.
The house   voted   In favor of. the
suffrage with only one dissentient.
Next meeting, Wednesday. Decem-
|ber 8th, lecture and dramatic demonstration : "Some of Shakespeare's
Men," by itev. W. II. Bridge.
D. D. D. in Hospitals;
Standard Skin Remedy
How many hospital patients have
been soothed ot their frightful ltcb,
of the scorching pain ot skin disease,
by tho famous D. D. l). Prescription
for ecsema, a soothing Quid, washed
in by a nurse's hand!
A SlPKRVISIXti .Nl'HSE (name ot
nurse and institute on application),
writeo regarding a patient: "Tho disease had eaten her eyebrows away.
Her nose and lips had beecome disfigured. Since the use ot D. D. D. her
eyebrows are growing, her nose and
face have assumed their natural expression."
Doctors, too, use D. D. D. tn private
practice. DB. UEO. T. RICHARD-
SON frankly writes: "D. D. D. la superior to anything 1 have ever found.
Soft and   soothing,   yet a   powerful
agent."
To do the work, D. D. D. Prescription must bo applied according to directions given lu the pamphlet around
every bottle.
And it certainly takes away thc Itch
at once—the moment the'liquid Is applied.
We have tbe famous specific at 26c.
and (1 a bottle. Wc arc so confident
ot the merits of this prescription that
wc will refund thc purchase prico ot
the first full size bottle It It falls to
reach your case. You alone are to
Judge.
CBASBBOOK  Ultra  at  BOOK  CO.
CRAM1HOOK
D. D. D. ls Made ln Canada
ANOTHER POLISH HOP AND
OIL SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY, NOV. 87
1 Polish Hop, regular 36c.
1 bottle Cedar polish, regular    85c.
SPECIAL THE TWO FOR 40c.
SEE WINDOW
F. PARKS & CO.
Hardware & Hill Supplies
Cranbrook, B. C.
D. D. D. Soap Keeps Your Skin Healthy
SALVATION ARMY
PACIFIC CONGRESS
Captain Kerr of Craabrook Attends
Business Session at Vancouver
-"Canada West"
.-The expressions of censure on the
fneinbers of the 1. O. D. K. contained
la the open letter which appeared tn
Our columns last week, have been the
subject of considerable comment during tbe past few days. We would direct the attention of our readers to
the letter from the secretary of the
I. O. D. E. which we publish this week
and which contains some Information
.•.with regard to the amount of work
that has been accomplished by thc
ladles who have been working, either
• at the Red Cross rooms or at home.
»••?
COMMUNICATION
. To the Editor Cranbrook Herald:
Sir:: The open lettor addressed to
the 1. O. D. E. has been received   in
most quarters with absolute amase-
lawnt.
The order has from week to week
placed Its records ot work done (over
three hundred large pieces and over
three thousand small pieces) and ot
funds collected (over tCOO.OO) lu the
'neal paper for all to read.
Also tbe number of ladles present
On each sewing day haB been publish-
'   ed.  There has been no day with only
oue lady sewing.     It one lady sits
and sews alone for a few minutes It is
'  not necessary to Inter tliat no other
} ladles are present during the aftcr-
.   BOOB.
Also a number of members who for
. aome reason cannot sew at the Red
Cross rooms take work home and do
It there. Shall they be censured because they are not seen sluing In thc
Red Cross rooms when "Cor ud Cor
laoqultor" passes?
The funds on hand at present urc
1190.90. Besides the monthly dues
$48.00 a month, Is collected by tho
various members, every dollar ol
which means a sacrifice somewhere.
We are not asking for special praise,
but couldn't tt be allowed to go at
that?
It has been suggested by some of
tbe members who are really "doing
tholr very, very little bit to show their
gratitude, etc." thst an account of the
patriotic sacrifices of "Cor ad Cor
Loqultor" might make Interesting
reading.
E. M. McKowan,
Bee. of I. O. D. E
(let your entries in for the Poultry
Show Wednesday and Thursday next
PETE ORENON
AT SHORNCLIFFE
Cranbrook Soldier ol Perpetual Motion Fame, Reaches ShorncllBe
—"Kit and Ready."
Fred Kummer has thfB week received a letter from P. A. Grenon, formerly of this city, but now with the advance guard of the 64th. The men
arrived surely ut Plymouth and left
Immediately for Shorncliffe.
A merry war Jingle, printed on a
neat card, wus enclosed.
"I'm Thinking of YOU Everyday."
A Soldier's Letter
1 haven't had time to sit down and
wilte,
And   thought   perhaps   you   might
pine;
So I send yau this card Just to say
I'm alright,
And gctlng along "real hue."
When the Empire's Call for more men
to fight,"
For her Honour—ln me caused    a
thrill;
I felt I must or else I should "bust,"
So I'm at Napier Barracks—hard  at
drill,
The work It ls stiff, we're "at it" all
day
And sometimes half of the night;
But we're hardening to tt and getting
quite fit,
And   thank   goodness   for   "Mud"
we're alright
My duty calls mo as you very well
know,
To the Front where the flghtln' ls
done;
And when the 54th Battn. get grip on
the foo
Them's no letting   go till   they've
won.
So cheer up, my dear, tho' parted we
are,
And though I'm so far away;
My loved ones are ever FIRST in my
thoughts,
I'm thinking of TOD everyday.
GRAND
XMAS BAZAAR
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16
Captain W. Kerr returned last Saturday trom Vancouver, where be was
attending one of the most successful
Salvation Army congresses ever held
ln Western Canada. For almost a
week Army officers in the west have
been tn council morning, afternoon
and night and a vast amount of work
has been accomplished for the pro-
gress of the Salvation Army work
throughout BrltlBh Columbia, Alberta and the Yukon Territory.' The
meetings wero presided over by Commissioner Sawton, tbe leader for the
new territory known as "Canada
West," assisted by Colonel Turner,
chief secretary; Brigadier McLean,
divisional commander for British Columbia, Alaska, and the Yukon. A
message from the Oeneral to Commissioner and Mrs. Sawton and the officers ot Canada West, was read by
Colonel Turner.
Among the many things discussed
was tho Life Saving Scouts and'the
Girl Guards, New Departments ln the
Army Work. Full particulars can be
had fiom the captain.' The ages for
Scouts or Guards Is from ten to eighteen and they need not necessarily be
Salvationists.
Another new departure arising out
ot tbe war and which will be of Interest to friend and relatives of those
at the front Ib that of tho Investigate
Ing council who, through tbe officers1
of any town village or city will, lt
possible, locate same without any expense.
APOLOGY!
TO J. A. ARNOLD, ESQ.,
POLICE MAGISTRATE,
CRANBROOK, B. C.
On tho 24th Inst, on the hearing of a
case In the. Provincial Police court beforo Mr. K. A. Hill, J.P., I made a
statement to the effect that 1 would
object to your sitting on the case as
magistrate for the reason that you
were on friendly terms with the accused. 1 had no grounds whatever for
making that statement and I hereby
unqualifiedly withdraw the same and
tender you a full apology tor having
made It and agree to publish this
apology In the Cranbrok Herald.
Dated at Cranbrook, B. 0„ this 26th
day of November, 1915.
A. W. Collins,
47-lt Provincial Constable.
IH0X PBESBYTEBIAN CHUBCH
Pastor, W. K. Thomson
Morning service, 11 a.m. Subject:
"The Power of the Spirit of ChrlBt."
B. 8. sod Bible class, 3 p.m.
Evening service, 7.30 p.m. Suhjeet:
Tbe Eighth Commandment "Thou
Shalt Not Steal."
Antbcm: Morning and evening.
Mbls study elsss Wednesday, > p.m
WILL FORWARD
GOODS TO BELGIANS
Shipment Goes Forward December 1st
—Articles Should bs Hsnded
in at Ones
The Belgian Relief committee will
bo glad to receive donations for the
box which Is to be shipped on December first. Articles, which may be
secondhand, but must be clean, may be
left at the Red Cross rooms On Monday, Tuesday, Thursday or Friday afternoons from 4 to 6 o'clock, ln view
of the urgent appeal recently made, It
Ib hoped that more than one box will
be required for the purpose of sending forward the contributions..
The committee request that donors
wlll write their names on parcels.
in the
CHRI8T CHURCH HALL
SALE OF WORK, ETC., FROM
8 p.m. Admission Free
JAPANESE TEA, 8.80 to 6.00,
15c. each
LUNCH, 6 p. in., 86c.
CONCERT AND PLAY, 8 p. m.
Followed by Dance and Refreshments.
ADMISSION TO CONCERT
AND DANCE, SOc.
CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF
Y. M. C. A. NOTES
The flrst series of the bowling
league is drawing to a close, there remaining but one more match, that on
! Friday evening ot this week between
, the Shop and City teams. The following nre the results of the three matches
The captain was to have brought an | „,,,„,, ,„,„ .,„ W(J&
Y. M. C. A. vs. City on Friday, Nov-
NOTICE OF COURT OF REVL
SION
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given
that the Court of Revision for the
purpose ot correcting and revising the
Voters List for the Municipality of the
City of Cranbrook and of the School
District of the' said Municipality for
the next current year will sit on the
tenth (10th) day of December, 1916,
at the City Hall, Norbury Avenue,
Cranbrook, B. C, at ten (10) o'clock
a. m. local time, and wlll continue to
sit If requisite from day to day.
T. M. ROBERTS,
City Clerk.
Dated at Cranbrook this 25th day of
November, 1915. 47-31
assistant back from the congress, but
the young lieutenant joined the colors
and Is now serving King and Country.
MIM" WRITES A LITTLE
LOVE LETTER TO "BRUCE"
IV 111 Spend Christmas fa Bally Old
England—Sam Coop a Heal
Soldier
Godfrey Harrington Brown Is In
receipt of a letter from his old lllll-
cum "Shorty" Milne at St. Martin's
Plain, Shorncliffe. Like most love
letters it Is short and to thc point. He
says:
Hello Bruce:
Just received yours of October 8th.
Glnd to know that they are keeping
you busy. Welt, Bruce, it looks as
though I am going to spend another
Christmas in old England, although It
won't be quite as hard a winter on us
us thc last one, as we are in fairly
comfortable quarters nnd don't have
to work as hard as we did last winter. Good thing, too, I don't believe
I could stand another one like tt
How Is the Merchants Association
getting on? Are they doing any good?
Sam Coop Is geting along fine here;
orderly room clerk (sergeant). He
hasn't given mc any commlnslor. for
getting him on yet Say, have you
still got that barrel of Silver Spray
perfume tor me? I think I wlll havc
to get you to change it for bacon as
thc wife don't use It and I have to
quit, too, or go broke. 1 want a wine
Bupper on my return, so you better
save up a little.
How are business proerrcts ln ths
old burg, any better? Think 1 wlll be
able to make a living when I come
back (without working.).
Is     Bli'l    Hopkins   married   yet?
Well, I guess I had better ring off, ss I
don't know any, news.
Yours, I
SlalS,
I. O. D. E. NOTES
Some of the ladles who have loaned
machines to the I. O. D. E. have needed them at home and the order would
be grateful for the loan ot others to
replace then). If. any one can lend
their machine for a month or more
and will call up Mrs. 3. B. Brake or
Mra. II. A. McKowan, It wlll be called
for.
The ladles sewing for the week
ending November 20th were as follows:
Monday—Mrs. Green, convenor;
Mesdames Miles, Nisbet, Phillips, Paterson and McKowan.
Tuesday—Mra. Shackieton, convenor; Mesdames Beattie, Knight,
Ward, Balment and Mecredy.
Thursday—Mrs. Wilson, convenor;
Mrs. J. 8. Taylor and Mra. Ormston.
Friday—Mrs. Barney, convenor;
Mesdames Harshaw, Bassett, Mc
Bride, MacDonald, Kennedy and
Scott MacDonald.
Cutters—Mrs. Bowness, Mrs. Miles
and Mrs. Shackieton.
ember 19th—Y. M. C. A. defeated   by
three points to one.
Ofllce vs. Shop on Monday evening,
Nov. 22nd—Shops defeated by four
points straight.
Y. M.C. A. vs. Tigers on Wednesday,
November 24th.—Tigers defeated by
three points to one. In this match J.
R. Thompson of the Y. M. C. A. team
raised the record score ln a league
match to 225,
The second series of the schedule
opens on Ssturday, when tbs Tigers
and Office teams meet for tbe second
time, ln the next issue ot the Her
aid a full report showing tbe standing of the different teams at the close
of the flrat series will be given.
The following Is a record of Tuesday evening's game, being the second
match in the ladies schedule, showing
the scores made by the competing
teams and also those made by the individual bowlers:
Pansles
Mrs. L. Clapp <0    SO    611-207
Mrs. Shackieton .. 68    83    76—227
Miss E. Parks .... 47    43    29—119
AN ILLUSTRATED LECTURE
entitled
"AT THE FRONT"
With the Salvation Army Ambulance Corps
Also Illustrating the Army
work among the troops at
home and abroad, will be given
by
BRIGADIER J. S. HcLEAN
at the Methodist Chnrch on
Wednesday. December 8th
at 8 p.m.
Admission  25c.
Children under twelve Free
MINERAL CLAIMS
FOR MONTH OF OCTOBER
176
LHhs
Miss Hickenbotham 89
Miss Gladys fipence 55
Mrs. Knight   C3
212   166—663
The
Cranbrook
Annual
Here Is something for Cranbrook citizens to buy!
A neat Christmas Presentation Book—artistically got up,
Illustrated.
Illustrated.  Written by a Cranbrook man.
60 p.p. 26c. per volume. Buy
a dozen for Christmas presents.
Now on Sale at Drug Stores
126-326
63—163
82—210
Thc mineral claims recorded  for    ^	
the month of October numbered eleven | 207   232   260—699
and were ss follows: I   The third match In the Indies tour-
Burnt Pine on Bull River, locsted by I nsment takes    place next   Tuesday
Albert W. Freanson. ' evening when the Shamrocks come up
White Elephant on Bull River, local-1 again, this time opposed to the Tulips
ed by W. E. Richards.
Stobie on Perry Creek, located by
H. A. Upsey.
Ada Fraction, on Sullivan Hill, located by William Llndsey.
Phoenix on Perry Creek, locsted by
Edward McMahen and William Van
Aradelen.
Black Burns, on Bull River, located by W. E. Richards.
Arrow, on Bull River, located by
Tom Herron.
Liberty Bell, on Borasn Creek, located by Miss Vera Whetsell.
Tiger, on Perry Creek, located by
Russell Beeman.
Valley, on Perry Creek, locsted by
Umberta Frlslna
Good Hope, on Bkookumchuck
River, locsted by Charles Barln.
In their Ilrst match since the opening
ot the schedule.
On Sunday afternoon tbe Rev. Mr.
Bridge, rector of the Anglican chureb,
addressed the men's meeting In the
association building. The address wss
very interesting and especially suitable for a gathering of this kind,
where the sndlence Is composed of
men of different faiths and varied beliefs. A violin solo rendered by Mr.
Vincent Fink wss also very much appreciated by those in ettendance.
BAPTIST CHITBCH
Sunday next
Sunday School, I p.m.
Bong service, 7.10 p.m.
Wedassiay evealng prayer m.etlaf
RAW FURS WANTED
Farmers, lianchers & Trappers
it does not cost you anything to
Get Our Cash Offer
on your furs. Express them to us.
We Pay All Charges
over a 16.00 valuation.   We make you
our offer
•nd Hold Your Furs
for your reply, returning them
at Our Expense
If not purchased.   Try us.   In
business since 1888.
HACKAY & DIPPIE
218 Eighth avenue west, Calgary, Alta. 47-tf
Get your entries In lor tbe Poultrj
Show Wednesdsy and Thursday aext
CHRIST CHCRCH
Sunday
Iaa. Holy Communion.
11 a. n. Matins and Litany.
7.10 Evensong.
Ten minutes instruction talk before
11 and 7.20 services.
Preacher Rev. W. H. Bridge, BA., L.th
(Rector)
PRIVATE
GREETING
CARDS
We have an extensive assortment of choice Private
Greeting Cards for Christmas and 1916. Call and
inspect our stock.
Tbe Beattie Murphy Go, Ltd.
mj___stttm
WHERE IT PAYS TO DEAL
We have a Good Assortment of
SKATES
Also Skate Straps and Ankle Straps
POULTRY LEG BANDS FOR THE SHOW.   ALL SIZES.  3 VARIETIES
J. D. McBRIDE
5T0VES, HEATERS, RANGES
Plumbing, Tinsmlthing and  Heating
Special for Christmas Cooking---
Mince Meat & Chopped Suet
When buying BACON, HAM. LARD, or
BUTTER, ask for SHAMROCK BRAND.
You are then sure to obtain goods of the highest
quality.
P.  BURNS  & CO.,   Ltd.
To England Under Neutral Flag
American Line (New York—Liverpool)
Large. Fast American Steamers, Under the American Flag
No Contraband of War Carried
"JiEtt YOBK"  DECEMBEB 1th
"ST. MimS"' DECEMBEB 111
"PHILADELPHIA" DECEMBEB ISth
"ST. PAl'L" DECEMBEB 21th
And racli Saturday thereafter
First Class $95.00) Second Claass 965.00; Third Class $40
Company's Office, A. E. Disney, Passenger Agent,
619 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash.
Local Agents t
J. W. Spence, C. P; R. Station
Beale & Blwell
S.S.
WF
FURS
Gef'More Money" lor your Foxes
Muskrat. White Weasel, Beaver, Lynx, Wolvee,
Marten anil other Fur bearers cnll«i'i«d h,.oariMfiN
HHII" TOIII FIIIIH lllll KI'T l.,"slirili:ilT"l», l.atHl
taa, la IM KwM .f.lln, ratIIMarly In MIM III AMIUII AK ItW rfia
errllHlik—rf>.raina|li|(.-i,iifpFur M..11..1. v. it It ntt 11 nlilaiiiiali.il r.p*
ill 11111 im riiMnitf i.ir' in. .I. Ilinn 111 Iiml iilnrfiHiiry." alonjJLtlP:
Ceaafnl ramM'.fsrn.In,.; Kitr Mumm-i ,.,.„,.,.. .S ATI KI'A* "If >KY
ANII I'KIM'ITAIII.K mum*, Win. l„r"CM*tok>laM,«l."
th.onlyrellulile.mt until,niiirltpt ranortand '"'' 1* "*t piibljatiad.
Wall. In. II    MOW    II'. I III K
A. B. SHUBERT, Inc. om.\nciiKmm,uiJs,
BHKAK WHISKY'S (lllll*
ON YOUR LOVED ONES
Drunkards will tell you wtth toorD of
sincerity that they do not want to
drink. The craving coming from thu
inflamed membranes of the stonmch
drives them to IL
Alcura will soothe tho trembling
nerves and remove the craving that Is
ruining your home and stealing an
otherwise kind husband or father from
you. It costs only 11.00 per box and If
!t does not cure or benefit after a trial
the money wlll be refunded.
Alcura No. 1 la tasteless and can be
given secretly In Tea, Coffee or food.
Alcura No. I la taken voluntarily by
thoae willing to help themselves.
Alcura. can now be obtained at our
Store. Ask for Free Booklet telling all
about lt and five Alcura a trial.—
Tha Beattie-Murphy Co.,
Drufilsfj, Cranbreok, B. C
111 ihs ji. <in:sTi:it
llresN maker
Sewing Done at Home or
bj Day
imi Hanson Avenue
WANTED
Representative for one of Canada's
Leading Pianos. An excellent opportunity for man with moderate nuances
to open up a piano business that will
be very profitable.
Answer, caro of: Fred S. Cross,
Wholesale Dept., 323 Portago Ave.,
Winnipeg, Man. 17-"*.
EIB8T • GLASS IIEMOCBAT OB
light wagon for sale cheap. Apply
Joe Belanger, city. M-tt THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25th. 1915
TUB ORANBROOK HMRALD
PAtM
A Moderate Priced
Gift
Every man values. K you
are looking tor a moderate
priced gift for a man, and
one that will be ln perfect
taste, choose a pair of gold
cuff links. It is a safe gift,
tbo, for even though a man
has a pair, he can always
make use of another.
Come In and let us help
you pick out a pair that he
wlll like from the many
attractive styles we have
In our case. Prices within
the reach of every one,
ranging from 75c. to $12.
W. H. Wilson
JKWELKK
to wh Tones
Kilty Frames Pictures.
You will havo that picture framed
tor Christmas. Call and seo my
splendid selection of moulding*,.—w.
W. Kilby.
Kilby frames pictures.
Tba'"Crisis In B. C." for sale at the
Herald offlti.   Price Be.
Sleighs, cutters, harness, etc.—
Cranbrook Trading Co.
Hr. Harry Edwards, of Wycliffe, was
tn town on Tuesday.
Bargain prices ln all lines at
Solomon Koury*s.
Mr. Albert Barnhardt, of Glenllly,
was a Cranbrook visitor on Monday.
Try,a safety deposit box at Beale &
Elwell's.
Mr. P. Matheson has purchased
through E. T. Cooper a gasoline engine for his sawing outfit.
Complete line of automobile skates
and hockey supplies on display at
Model Variety Store.
Mrs. Lealle and Mrs. Ormston will
be at home the flrat Wednesday of
each month at 209 Pooley avenue.
Car of straw arrived Wednesday.
Get some for your hens to scratch In.
—Cranbrook Trading Co.
Mr. Morgan Price, the popular lumber Jack, left oa Monday for the Old
Country. He expects to return in
the spring.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Udles Aid Society ot the Methodist
church wlll be held at the home of
Mrs. Fred Wasson, Norbury avenue,
on Wednesday December 1st at three
o'clock.
Halsall ft Co. stock Is moving. The
ladies of Cranbrook and district will
be given a last opportunity to purchase dry goods, ladles and children's bootB and Bhoes, rubbers, hose,
underwear, etc., at lens than the average merchant pays for them' lines. We
have still a bunch of ladles shoes to
sell at 66c, regular prln* from $2.60
to f4.60.-W. D. Hill.
, _,mirt
Miss Helen Harrison, seeretary-
treaHurer of the St. John Ambulance
Association, acknowledges with
thanks the following donation*: A
Friend, $2.00; Mrs. Manley, home-
Bade candy.
The last box containing Christmas
gifts for the soldiers has been packed
and shipped. It was not posnlble to
obtain all the men's numbers but when
the presents wen* sent a a good many
or thn numbers were to hand The
secretary-treasurer wishes to thiink all
those who sent same tn to her.
K. E. Beattie, of the Beattie-Murphy
Co., has been spending the past week
at Cieston looking after thc branch
store there. Mr. Beattie reports business In the fruit center as being good.
He says Creston Is on the map In big
red letters, and Judging from the "pull
together" spirit of her cltlsens Ib destined to remain there. The crop tliis
year wu the biggest ever. That ls not
the moat noteworthy thing about Creston, however; the good feeling or her
cltlsens, the optimistic spirit of every
business man being particularly noticeable. The feeling everyone Is expressing regarding the future of the
town and district Is another outstanding feature. Creston has more real
live wires than any town its size In
Brltiah Columbia, and Is bound to suc-
•eoed.    It la UUs feeling of optimism
Solomon Koury for bargains.
Houses to let.   See Beale & Elwell ,
Mrs. A. C. Pyo will not receive again
until tlie New Vear.
Big values at Bmall pricos.--Solomon Koury.
Mr. Andrew Edgar, contractor, of
Rovelstoke, in in tho city renewing old
acquaintance.-;.
Beale & Elwell — fire insurance
agents, if you want morn insurance
seo tliem and get their rates and
terms.
Mr. Harrison, of the firm of McLeod
and Harrison, Yahk, was In Cranhrook
on business last Friday.
Get your entries In for the Poultry
Show Wednesday and Thursday next.
The Rov, Wi StOVOUa conducted ser-
vlees at Hluimmrt*, Alta., tin Sunday
last and will officiate ut that point
aguln next Kunduy.
Santa Glaus lieadnuurters for toys,
hooks, games, trains and Xmus ttuods
nf all kinds at reduced prices at;
Model Variety Store.
Dr. J. H. King nnd Frank Dunn nrr
away nt Yahk for a week's hunting
trip. The deer in the Yahk district
much prefer the track to thc bush.
It's much safer.
The wedding took place in Spokane on Tuesday last of Mr. Joseph
Brault, the popular proprietor of the
Canadian liotel, and Miss Rose Turgcon. Mr. and Mrs. Brault returned
to Craubrook on Wednesday.
Bran and shorts cheaper this week.
Bran $1.60 cwt., shorts $1.60 cwt. Get
our prices by the ton or half ton.
Never cheaper.—Cranbrook Trading
Co,
The Halsall & Co. stock is fast drifting or fading away. But we have
purchased one moro bankrupt stock
and have been bringing in different
lines of dress goods, hose and underwear to All the gap made during the
past two weeks. Theso lines we offer at less than half price while they
last.—W. D. HIII.
MtLEfPill
Birdie Fraser, a resident of Hill 60,l
appeared In the police court on Tiles-1
day last, charged with creating a dls-
turbanco. Mr. W. A. Nisbet, for the'
accused, registered an objection .to the
case being heard before Magistrate
Hill, In view of the current report that
he had sent in his resignation as justice of the peaee. Objection was
made to the case being brought before
Magistrate Arnold nnd lt was accordingly adjourned for a week.
Among the guests registered at the
Wentworth hotel this week are Mr.
Alf Neville and Mr. T. K. Pooling.
They have been harvesting for thc
past three months at Druid, Sask., and
report conditions good there, This
is their tlrst visit to ti. C. und already
they are loud In their praises of Cran-
brook, They hall originally from a ■
small town named Douglas on the
banks of the Madowaska, near the
city of Calabogue, Ottawa, and will,
Uhdoubtedlly make good iu this prov-!
ince as oilier people from tiiere liave
done.
The llerald Is In receipt or a letter
from one of our subscribers, as follows Tho King Lumber company and
their hush foreman in particular, Mr.
Kd. Oulllon, know a good tiling when
they see It. Ctllllon last week hired
from the Wentworth hotel a hunch nf
the finest white vr&ter lumberjacks In j
the Puss and says there Is no Chance
for nn Anstrlnn or Bulgarian to work
tor him. Rome ol the other biir.li I
foreman In this vicinity should note
tliat If they ciint gn on the firing line
Ihey can at least he patriotic, to tin-
extent nf giving English speaking
people, work and tying the ran to the
llohunk, the Hun nnd tlie Uulgar.
Among those who contributed in
tbo Christmas comforts sent forward
by the St. John's Ambulance Association to the boys at the front were tlie
junior high school girls, Helen
Bridges, Caroline Ito, Edythe Macdonald, Orma McNabb, Harriett Moffatt,
Winifred Webb. Two months ago
theso young ladies wero almost unacquainted with the mysteries of
knitting, but they worked with such
good will thnt thoy were able to send
forward seven good big pairH of
well-knitted Bocks, and they aro now
at work on another set. It was the
high Bchool girls, too. who wrote the
400 cards of greeting which accompanied the gifts and who painted and
designed the Jovial pumpkins used lu
decorating the hall for Uie Hal-
loiM'em dance*.
Beale & Elwell have a furnished
house to let.
Mrs. J. F. Smith will not receive on
Wednesday. December 1st.
Uet ynur entries In for the Poultry
Show Wednesday and Thursday next.
Warm furnished room for rent. Apply Mrs. (ieo. R. Leask, phone lit.
Boys and girls sweaters, regular
price $2.00, On sale three days only
at $1.50.—Model Variety Store.
I> A. Bruce, post office inspector,
Calgary, was In the city Monday on
• llii in!  business,
Mr. A. C. Morrison, manager of the
Koyal Hank of Canada, ls confined to
his home with un attack of pleurisy.
Husiness was better than for some
j weeks at the market on Saturday laBt.
The quality of produce offered was
not large, but tho quality was good.
Have you made that Xmas cake or
pudding yet? Remember where to
get thc best in groceries for your
cooking.—Cranbrook Trading Co.
John Terrls, a member of the 39th
Canadian Field Artillery, Lethbridge,
was In tho city this week visiting bia
sister and other relatives. Ho returned to Lothbride today.
A laRt shot at the Halsall ft Co.
stock. We have decided to unload
everything in just two weeks. "The
en.Iy bird gets the grub." Call early
and see the lines being offered at
even less than half tho regular selling
prices.—W. D. Hill.
"Tho Diamond From the Sky" waa
in evidence at the dance at St. Mary's
hull last Wednesday. This mysterious gem found its way to tbe hall.
Will the finder please return this
piece of glasB to "the brothers."
. DO YOUR XMAS SHOPPING
EARLY. COME IN AT ONCE AND
LOOK OVER OUR LAROE ASSORTMENT OF CHRISTMAS GOODS. SELLING AT EXCEPTIONALLY LOW
PRICES—AT THE MODEL VARIETY
STORE.
Cranbrook men contemplating a
hunting trip would do well to provide
themselves with a regulation army
rifle. It will come handy when at
close quarters, say for instance a
doer could not be brought down wtth
a shot, well, then, the next best thing
would be to charge the beast.
Trouble was narrowly averted at j
the East Kootenay Lumber company's'
camp at Loco on Saturday last when
about twenty Italians were discharged and a number of men, Including
Hermans and Austrlans, brought In
from Calgary were given work. There
were prospects of a rough house, but
the Italians were brought into Cranbrook before anything of an exciting nature occurred. The Italians
strongly resent being laid off In
favor of enemy aliens. The explanation of the lumber company ls that
the Italians were pick and shovel
men, whereas the men brought from
Calgary were bushmen, and that the
Germans and Austrlans In tho party
will be discharged at an early date.
There are more than enough enemy
aliens in thic district without Importing any from Alberta and lt would
seem to he wisdom on the part of lam*
her companies to notify employment
agencies that they will not hire enemy
aliens under any circumstances or at
any price.
The Inst of the series of card parties
and dances nt St. Mary's hall came to
a close Wednesday evening, under
most favorable circumstances. Twelve
tahles wero occupied for cards, The
successful winners of the regular
prizes fur tho evening were Miss Laura
Richards and Mr. Noel Wallinger,
winning respectively a china tea cup
and saucer and a leather bill wallet.
Keen interest was manifested-fn the
series prize, this being the occasion
for thc awarding of this prize. Mrs.
Gormley won the ladles prize, a handsome leather collar box, while Mr.
James Conway finished his collection
of pipe racks, being the third winning
since tho commencement of the card
parties, Many expressions of regret were heard In connection with the
closing of this highly successful series of dances. Father Anthony waa
congratulated on the success of tbe
affair, being the promoter or the
scheme. It Ih expected the dances
will start again after the Christmas
holidays.
ikin Muddy?
ill eyea, blotches and other shin
blemishes result from a disordered digestion. Purify the blood, tone the
stomach, gently stimulate the liver and
regulate the bowels and bile with
BEECHAM'S
PILLS
Worth ■ Gailraa ■ Bn
Waart... mS t»T a.a al W.I Vahj. I. Waaaaa
laalam,.W,.   lafcaaaa.Saaaft.
We carry International Poultry Sup.
pltoH. Try Home poultry food to raakr
your hens lay; also roup cure, etc.—
Cranbrook Trading Co.
Minn Cherrlng-ton and the staff of
King Kdward Hchoo], will be at home
to all their frlenda od Wednesday,
December lat, at 8.110 p.m.
Some very choice young pork haa
come In from Yahk for Saturday',
market The market committee hare
arranged with Mr. Black to handle
thia ahlpment.
The regular monthly meeting ot the
Udlea Aid Society of the Methodist
church wlll be held at the home of
Mra. Fred Wesson, Norbary arena*,
on Wednesday. December lat at 3
o'clock.
Jamea Henderson and Oeorge Tiv
dale were on a hunting trip to finlay Creek last week and returned Friday with llvo white-tailed deer. Mr.
Henderson la treating his friends lavishly. The Herald has benefited
to tho extent nf a nice roast as a result of tho trip.
The Chrlatmaa rush has commenced
at the local post office. 1'ostmaater
Henderson and hla staff hare been
kept busy during tho past week looking after the numerous parcels going
to the men at the front. In order to
help keep things moving more systematically and give the staff at the P.
O. breathing space it would be well
for thoae having parcels to send out
of town to have them ln the mall by
noon at the very latest.
On another page an announcement
re the Christ church bazaar ia to be
found. Tha ladles of the Christ
Church Guild are to be classed among
the busy bees for the next few weeks
at any rate, aa besides making extra
efforts towards the Blocking of the
multitudinous alalia they have their
fancy costumes to prepare. The various stallholders will appear In dresses
to represent the Allies, while thoae
serving tea and supper will appear u
the "wise Japanese," though It Is
more than likely they will have to dispense with "fan and parasol." The
people of Cranbrook have had experience of tbe work prepared by the
above Guild and may come to the
bazaar confident that they will find
something that will be lust aultable for
a Christmas present. A Ulnar veraed
In necromantic lore haa been secured. Be on hand to have your fortune
told.   B tter than tea cup •lories.
All that waa mortal of the late
Frank Rivers, who died at St. Kugene
hospital Thursday morning at the age
of 18 years, was Interred In tha Catholic cemetery thia afternoon at S p.m.
Tbe late Mr. Rivers came here from
Onway, Alberta, where he had been
engaged In the fanning business
Death waa due to dropsy. Mra. Chaa.
Howard, of Wardner, ia a daughter of
the deceased. A son, Tom Rivera,
also realdea In Wardner. Several
members of hla family are at present
residing at Onway. Funeral services
were conducted at St. Mary'a ehurch
by the Rev. Father Anthony before the
body was consigned to mother earth.
The pall-bearers were Chris. Berg-
strom, Hnny Cody, Oeorge I.nnn.
David Ferguson, Harry Ferguson and
R. Thomas. Undertaker Beatty had
charge of arrangements.
Peter Herakl and George Polen-
dulck, two Austrlans. appeared In the
police court Monday before 3. Arnold.
The men presented a aad spectacle,
the result of a bloody scrap la the Canadian Restaurant In the early hours
of Sunday morning, when they, mixed
matters to auch an extent that on the
arrival of the police the scene very
much resembled the battlefield—pools
ot blood, a broken abow esse, a broken
nose, a broken chair and one broken
head, waa the opening act. The second scene waa th* arrival ot the
strong arm of the mighty law, Constable Venus. The final scene waa
enacted when these waps were let off
with a fm* of 110.00 and eoata or thirty
daya. The chancee are that ahould a
Canadian try thia earn* act In Austria he would b* hanged, bat la dan-
ate it'a utile   differ*",   teal   yon
(¥1 CHRISTMAS n
WILL soon be here. Are you ready? Dont delay making your
selections while our stock is complete. It has been extremely
difficult to procure certain lines of merchandise suitable for
Christmas trade.
Our stock, under these circumstances, is very complete- and our
prices have advanced but little. Come early and make your selections
as a delay is apt to result in much disappointment.
Ladies' Clothing and Furnishings, Misses'and Children's Wearables
of all kinds, Dr. Jaeger's Woollens for mama, papa, big and little sister
and big and little brother. Shoes for everyone. Fancy Goods of all
kinds, including Stamped Linens and Silks, and Cottons tor working same'
Men's Clothing, Furnishings. Shoes. Slippers, Ties, Handkerchiefs
and many other things suitable lor gifts.
The Furniture department contains many items suitable for gifts-
gifts that will last and always be a source of pleasure. Please mother
or father with a big Easy Chair, sister with a Writing Desk, and brother
with a Sled.
The Bedding department is complete. See a nice Down Quilt or
pair of those fine Scotch Blankets.
DONT DELAY—YOU WILL REGRET IT
DR. JAEGER AGENCY
Trot-Moc Shoes
FOR CHILDREN
Wc ask yo* to keep not hlng
that is net latufactory. Brine
It back and get your moncr •
Just arrived today. Citron peel and {
bleached Sultana* In parkast*H and (
bulk.—Cranbrook Trading Co. |
Dr. Rutlcdgp. and Danny Mcintosh
brok« tha world's record Monday. Tbey j
also broke Jack Macdonalri's lumber* j
Ing ilelgn and a act of double harness, j
Both th« tatter can be fixed, but tbe
record, well, we Bhould worry.
At the Congregational church, Folk-
alone, oo November 2nd, 191G, at 2
p.m., Mlaa Eva Jarvis and Sergeant*
Major Jamea Milne, ot 12th Battalion,
C. K. P., Shorncliffe, were united in
marriage by Rev. Rosa. Mr. and Mrs.
Milne are spending their honeymoon
at Tunbrtflge Wells, Kent County,
(England. On their return Mra. Milne
will be "at home" at 49 Bournemouth
Ud., Folkstone, and Sergt.-Major Milne
wlll resume hia duties with the 12th
battalion, Shorncliffe.
THE SECRET OF   A   GOOD
COMPLEXION
Did lt ever occur to you that there
is a reason (or your sallow complexion, pimples, blackheads and other
skin blemishes? Your skin, when
healthy, has to excrete 17 per cent of
the waste matter of the body! If tbe
pores become clogged, this poisonous
waste ls Imprisoned and skin troubles
follow.
To rid yourself of these blemishes
the Bkln must be cured of its sluggishness. This ls jUBt what Zam-Buk
does. Zam-Buk Is composed of stimulating and. healing herbal essences,
which penetrate tbe Bkln and «n:-.ble
It to expel thc accumulated poisonous
waste matter. A clear, her.lthy complexion la your reward.
The folly of endeavoring to cover up
skin disfigurements with powders and
other cosmetics Is quite apparent. Use
Zam-Buk; remove the root cause ot
the trouble, and enjoy a good complex-
Ion without resorting to artificial
means. Apply Zam-Buk at night when
retiring, and wash with Zam-Buk
soap.	
Is It nothing? IsV it to be neglected until It leads to that terrible
scourge consumption? Peps stand
between winter coughs and colds,
snd serious consequences. Peps
sre tablets made up of Pine
extracts and medicinal essences.
which when put into the mouth
turn Into healing vapors. These
sre breathed down direct to tht
lungs, throat and bronchial tubes
—not swallowed down to tht
stomach, which Is not ailing.
Tir a Wc. «*»i *■' l'»n tor ?wir tali, tm*
fiiib. b*<u-rt.]ili *t in*•*•*.. All iDnliU •#*.
tMii w r*a» Co., TorMlo, will turpi,*
peps
Cranbrook  Poultry  Association
Second Annual Show
WILL BE HELD IN DRILL   HALL,  BAKER  STREET
DECEMBER 1st and 2nd, 1915
JudgeI JOS. SHACKLETON,
Dominion Experimental Farm,
Edmonton, Alta.
ENTRIES CLOSE NOVEMBER Stth
Prlie Lints nnd Entry Forms on Application to
F. S. RYCKMAN, Show Secretary
E. T. COOPER, Association Secretary
Or at Herald Office
JUST OPENED
Hl£ T. 0. Fish Market
Van Home Street and Clark Arcane
A Ml Une of Ash of all kinds.
Fresh supplies twice weekly.
WANT AD8.
•c. **t word tor Irat week, and lc. (or
word tor oath weak after
FOK BALE—Remlngton typewriter In
good condition. Apply Bok P.,
Herald ollice. 47
RAID WANTED (or light bonne work.
Apply Mrs. Oeo. Hogarth, Cran-
rbook hotel.    . 47-lt
CANADIAN
Pacific
I'JWJ
EXCURSION FARES
to
EASTERN CANADA
Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, St. John, Halifax and Otker
Points
Dates of Sale, December 1st to 81st, IMS
Return Limit S months
Extension privileges—stop overs—choice of routes
TO OREAT BRITAIN
Via Canadian or American Ports
Dates of Sale, November ISth to December lint
Return Limit S months
Extension prlrllefes—stop overs—choice of routes
TO I'NITED STATES
Chicago, Minneapolis, St. Paul, St. Lonls, Kansas City
and many other points
Dales ol Male, December 1st to SIst, Iili,
Ketara l.lnlt 3 Month.
TO VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA, B. C.
Dates of Sale, Der. J,8,», 10,191ft
Jan. 11,12, It, 14| Feb. 8, », 10, 11, 1»1«
Return Limit April SOth, 1916
Full Information, steamship and sleeping car reservations from any Canadian Pacilic Ticket Agent
R. DAWSON,
District Passenger Agent,
Calgary, Alta.
STBATED TO MT PBEJflMS, HM
heifer. Owner can have same by;
proving property, paying tor advertisement aad paying for damages.
W. D. Stole. 46-31
papered aid paint**.; plana tt ta*
sired; ■• children pratomt; eam-
fol tenant only; *l* par Math, to-
eluding water.   Apply Herald   af-
8TRATED.—Two heifer, two years
old. Branded e/3 (Laiy B) on
left hip. I'leaee notify A. K. Ultch,
Jaltray, B. C, 47 It
M>tv**v-P<rslu cat, titer narked |
wearing collar with engraved name
plate. Finder will be anltably rewarded aa Mantel eat to Frank
■ «-1t
STAN,! TO BEET, lar lair tons*,!'  '—**—"***
electric light, warm, wall veaUlalad IEOB MLE CHEAP.—RsnsslaM t*j.
with large bay loft ud cat Ms ■>!**,.r* "" t*»»l •*****, \mtk*t
**■**   par   aaenth,   apply   Herald
U*
chain,   carpeta,
table*, deak. beds,
treae, ate., snowshoee,.ekataa,
dies,   bicycle la   goat
AMU PDhin* ' paos roim
THB CRANBROOK H1RALD
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25th. 1915
WAR LOAN
DOMINION OF CANADA
ISSUE OF 850.000.000  5 P.C. BONDS   MATURING 1ST DECEMBER 1923
REPAYABLE AT PAR AT
OTTAWA, HALIFAX, ST. JOHN, CHARLOTTETOWN,    MONTREAL,    TORONTO,    WINNIPEG,
REGINA, CALGARY, VICTORIA
INTEREST PAYABI.E HALF-YEARLY—1st JUNE, 1st DECEMBER.
ISSUE PRICE 97i
A   PULL-HALF   YEAR'S   INTEREST WILL BE PAID ON 1st JUNE, 1916
THE PROCEEDS OF THE LOAN WILL BE USED FOR WAR   PURPOSES   ONLY
In the event of future issues (other than issues made abroad) being made by the Government,
tor the purpose of carrying on the war, bonds of this Issue will be accepted at the Isbuo price, 97 '/j,
plus accrued interest, as the equivalent of cash for the purpose of subscriptions to such IssueB.
Conveyance to hlm trom Baynea Lake
Land Company Limited et al, dated
6th day ot November, 1914, and that
unless within 30 days trom the date
of the first publication hereof you tlle
ln this office a caveat or Certificate of
Lis Pendens 1 .shall register the said
Ludlow Stuart Mangin as owner ln
fee.
Dated at the Land Registry Offlce,
Nelson, this 9th day of November,
1915.
SAMUEL It. ROE,
District Registrar.
To all to whom lt may concern.
Date of flrst publication 18tli day of
November, 1915. 46-4t
PROFESSIONAL CARDS      LODGE AND SOCIETY CARDS
MABVSY, MeCARTER
MACDONALD
AND NISBET
Banisters, Selleltora ud
Notarltt
Honor to Loan
taparlal Baak Balldlag
CRANBROOK, B.C.
THB MINISTER OF FINANCE offers herewith
on  behalf of the Government the above named
Bonds for subscription at 97'/s payable as follows:
10 per cent on application,
m "
3rd January, 1916,
20
1st February, 1916
20
1st March, 1916,
20
"     let April, 1916,
20
"     1st May, 1916,
The instalments may be paid in full on and
after the 3rd day of January, 1916, under discount
at the rate of four per cent per annum. All payments are to be made to a chartered bank for the
credit of the Minister of Finance. Failure to pay
any Instalment when due will render previous payments liable to forfeiture and the allotment to cancellation.
Applications, accompanied by a deposit of ten
per cent of the amount subscribed, must be forwarded through the medium of a chartered bank.
The bank will issue a provisional receipt.
This loan is authorized under Act of the Parliament of Canada and both principal and interest
will be a charge upon the Consolidated Revenue
Fund.
Forms of application may be obtained from
any branch of any chartered bank in Canada, and
at the office of any Assistant Receiver General in
Canada.
Subscriptions must be for even hundreds of
dollars.
ln case of partial allotments the surplus deposit will be applied towards payment of the
amount due on the January instalment.
Scrip certificates payable to bearer will be Issued, after allotment, In exchange for the provisional receipts.
When the scrip certificates have been paid in
full and payment endorsed thereon by the bank receiving the money, they may be exchanged for
bonds with coupons attached, payable to bearer or
registered as to principal, or for fully registered
bonds without coupons.
Delivery of scrip certificates and of bonds will
be made through the chartered banks.
The interest on the fully registered bonds will
be paid by cheque, which will be remitted by post
Interest on bonds with coupons will be paid on surrender of coupons. Both cheques and coupons will
be payable free of exchange at any branch of any
chartered bank ln Canada.
Holders of fully registered bonds without coupons will have the right to convert into bonds with
coupons, payable to bearer or registered, without
payment of any fee, and holders of bonds with coupons will have the right to convert, without fee,
Into fully registered bonds without coupons at any
time on application in writing to the Minister of
Finance.
The issue will be exempt from taxes—including any income tax—imposed in pursuance of legislation enacted by the Parliament of Canada.
* The bonds with coupons will be Issued in denominations of $100, $500, $1,000. Fully registered
bonds without coupons will be issued in denominations of $1,000, $5,000 or any authorized multiple
of $5,000.
Application will be made ln due course for the
listing of the issue on the Montreal and Toronto
Stock Exchanges.
The loan will be repaid at maturity at par at
the office of the Minister of Finance and Receiver
General at Ottawa, or at the offlce of the Assistant
Receiver General at Halifax, St. John, Charlottetown, Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg, Regina, Calgary or Victoria.
The books of the loan will be kept at the Department of Finance, Ottawa.
Recognized bond and stock brokers will be allowed a commission of one-quarter of one per cent
on allotments made In respect of applications
which bear their stamp.
NOTICE
IN THE MATTER OP thc "land Registry Act" and in the matter of
Lot 2, Block 5 ot Lot 132. Oroup
1,
KOOTENAY   DISTRICT,   PROVINCE
OP HRITISH COLUMBIA
Map 1181
TAKK NOTICK that at. Application
(No. 30.18-11 lum been made to register Estetlo Purlnton and Harriet A.
Kimball as owners in fee Hiwplc of llie
above lot under a Conveyance to them
from Haynes l.ske Uuul Company Limited el nl, listed Strd Octobor, 1114,
and thut unless within :10 days from
the date or the Ilrst publication hereof
you lllo In this olllec a cuveut or Certificate of Lis Pendens I shall register
the said Estelle Purinton and Harriet
A. Kimball as owners in fee.
Dated ut the Uud Reglslry OffiCO,
Nelson, this 10th day of November.
IBID,
SAMUEL It. ROE,
District Registrar.
To all to whom it may concern.
Date of first publication 18th day of
November,  1915. 46-4t
THOMAS   T.   MECREDY
(Successor to W. F. Ourd)
Barrister,   Solicitor   and
Notary
P. 0. Box 161
CRANBROOK, B. C.
Loyal Orango
Lodge
No. 1871
Meeta first and tklrd
,.-,, -v■ - Thursdays at > pas.
MMaaaaSW in    Royal   bimh
Knights ot Ireland Hall,
R. s. Oarrett, W.M.
T. O. Horsman, Rcc. Sac.
DBS. MIHfl * OREEN
Pkyslelan and Sargeoii
***** at raatdanee, Armstrong
Avaaua
omcB HOURS
raraaeoas   1.00 to 10 M
Alttnatme  I.M to   4.01
■vaalaga    1.10 lo   I.M
tudara   110 to   4.11
Oranbrook, B.C.
I.O.O.F.
IKY CITJ LODGE. Mo. 41
Moots every
Monday   night
 j ,„ „»,  nt   Fraternity
Hall.     Sojourning   Oddfellows
cordially Invited.
W. M. Harris,     R. W. Russsll,
Sec. N.O.
Subscription  Lists will close on  or  before  80th  November,
Finance Department, Ottawa, 22nd November, 1915.
1915
NOTICE
IN THE MATTER OP the "Und Registry Act" and In thc matter of
Uts 9 and 10, Uloeh 33 of Lot
132, Oroup 1
KOOTENAY   DISTRICT,   PROVINCE
OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Map 1181
TAKE NOTICE tliat an Application
(No. 2920-1) has been mude to register
John Barnard as owner in fee simple
of the above lots under a conveyance
to him from Baynes Uke Und Company .Limited et ul, dated (ith day of
November, 1914, and that unless within
90 days from the date of the flrst publication hereof yon file In this ofllce
a caveat or Certificate of LIh Pendens
I shall register the said John Barnard
as owner ln fee.
Dated at the Und Registry Ofllce,
Nelson, this 9th day of November,
1916.
SAMUEL R. ROE,
District Registrar.
To all to whom lt may concern.
Date of first publication 18th day of
November, 1915. 46-4t
GBMTOH
(From tka Creston lUvlew.)
C. O. Rodgers waa as far east as
Cranbrook this week on a business
visit.
Messrs. Topham and Connolly were
trailing the elusive deer locally, but
with no luck.
Conductor Joe Jackson was the recipient of a branch ot a raspberry bush
growing In tho C. P. R. garden here
on which were almost a dozen choice
ripe raspberries. Dick Bevan made
the presentation and In accepUng tbem
the genial Joseph admitted tliat as
Adam and Eve had been thrust out of
the Garden of Eden as punishment for
their transgressions, bo had Cranbrook
been similarly dealt with for ber evil
ways in that the circle of the banana
belt had been shortened so aB to ex-
elude   Cranbrook,   and   establishing
  .Creston us tho permanent center.   As
Eggs are again classed among tho | '*■ "»« ten below aero at Cranbrook
luxuries. They are bringing 60 cents!that morning Joe hnd his ear laps
a dosen this week. ' carefully tucked up under bis official
t  ; headgear, for use along the line eaat
Jamea Blair, of  Atbara,   has com-1 of Uoatfell.
pletcd a coatraot tor supplying cord- ~ "
wood for Sirdar residents. FEBNIB
Blrth-
-In
Creston
,   on
November
18th, to
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Qeorge
M.
Young,
. son
A. C. Pye, of Cranbrook, now manager of tho Waldo Mercantile Co.,
wus In town yesterday. Mr. Pye, who
Is b curler of 33 yearB' standing, soys
they are organising a club at 'Waldo,
.and will enter a team for tho district
bonspiel.
Tho Crows Nest Pass Coal Co. Is
having 1000 acres of land near Co-
kato surveyed Into 10 acre tracts for
farming purposes. This tract contains some of the most valuable land
In the valley and 11 will not be long before this section wlll bo producing
nearly all the farm products required
In Fernie. A. Cummlngs ts doing the
surveying.
, . I      (rrom tha Fernie rraa Fraaa)
Mra. Doolan, ot Sirdar, accompanied
by Mesdames Loasby and Dennes, left     w j j  Morrison wlll bo a candi
for Cranbrook last Friday.   Tho two j^,,, for mm0n\tj honors.
intUr ladles were the guests of  Mrs ___
Wm. Cameron   and Mrs.   Doolai respectively.
Mrs. (Dr). Hall and young   son arrived oa Monday to Join   tho doctor
A little Incident took   place In 'to
early part of the week which    me>
land a Calgary employment agent In
Jail.   Ten men arrived from that city
I wtth orders for employment with thc
Klk Lumber Co., and upon enquiry at
| thc office of the company they were
told that there was no work.     The
; company had cancelled their order tor
Ivan Poole, ol Nelson, secretary of; men with the Calgary concern and had
the Mountain Lumbermen's   assocla- an acknowladbment of the cancellation, was In town on Monday. | tion, yet in face ot this thoy had taken j
a chance and sent this gang of men
kind of me not to write to you before,
and I am willing to take all the punishment you can give me because it Is
all my own neglectance. 1 wrote to
your sister about Uiree weeka ago and
thanked her tor sending the parcel pad
completely forgot you. I .am awfu'
sorry that It should have happened but
Just at the time we were on the move,
so I hope you wlll forgive me this
time. I will not let It occur again
1 enjoyed the cake very much and 1
thank you very, very much. It was
very good of you to think of me.
Well, 1 think 1 have told you all
this time. 1 hois- you will excuse
such a short letter, but It ls so dreadfully cold here now that men can't sit
long. 1 am Just about frosen now
I can hardly hold my pencil steady.
Hoping this will find you ln the best
of health.
Yours sincerely,
Percy Adlard.
NOTICK OF CANCELLATION
OF RESERVE
NOTICE IS HEREBY   GIVEN that
the reserve oxIaUng   on    Lots Nos. I
1MU, 10861 and 11661, Kootenay Dlstrlot, by reason of a notice published
la tba British Columbia Gazette on
the 17th of December, 1907, Ib can-
celled, aad that the aald lands will beI
apaaat I* tutry by pre-emption at 9.
o'clock to the forenoon, on Monday,
the Ith day of December, 1916, all ap- j
pllaettena to lie made at tho office ot
tbo Government Agent at Cranbrook.:
R. A. RENWICK,
Department of Unds,
Victoria, B. C,
September 24th,  1916.    39-10
IMPERIAL BANKof CANADA
HEAD OFFICE, I0B0HT0
Capital Aatkorlied .
Capital Fait Up	
nana   aad   Uadlilded
Frelto	
Al. Doyle and R. L. T. Galbraith, of i ,lwe wm,ou, „„„,, „ do||„ ,n „l(,|r
who haa definitely decided to locate In j Fori s„,„h,, ,UmM , meeting of! „„,,„„ T„0 m„n „„,,, „,„ „,„„,,, u|)
Creston tor the winter. They arellho lU)CKholdors of the Brewing Co. | wlth Herchmer and Martin, who are
now comfortably settled In the Reid „„ Monday,
cottage on Victoria avenue. —^—
  ,    Mr. and Mrs.   A. J.   Burnsldo, of
Mr. and Mra.   Chas.   Moore enter- j Cumberland, B. C, are spending    a
talned lho trustees, teacher, ant a
tew other friends In honor of P. 8.
Inspector Dove, who is an old friend
of both the host and hostess. The affair was quite Informal, cards and
music being the features, with refreshments.
That tho cattle disappearing down
sear the boundary have not been
taken by the Indians waa demonstrated last week when a heifer and calf,
which Campbell Blair bad given up sb
, gone far keeps, turned up minus their
horns and their aara silt—a process
•aid to ba adopted by a rancher so th
vf Ilia line to Identify his stock
. ____
A "eiy Intonating prcHtatloi took
alaws at ttt depot Sat ieday noon when
week In the olty, the guests of Mrs.
W. H. Whlmster.
Chief Welsby Inspected a number
of hotels In the Cranbrook district this
week. The chief says that one or two
licenses In that district will be dropped.
The appeal of tho Waldorf hotel
against the decision of Magistrate
Whlmater, which came up beforo
Judgo Thompson last Friday, waa adjourned until today.
Waldo, Bull River and Gateway
lumber camps have been organised
during the past week for tbo monthly
donation to tho Patriotic Fund, A.
Cummlngs, as secretary, is certainly
proving a hustler.
In communication with the Calgary
Chief of Police, and unless tho employment agent makes good In thc
matter he wlll be prosecuted. One or
two of the men raised enough money
to get back to Calgary, a few others
succeeded in getting work, tho balance of them aro living on the city.
PERCY ADLARD
WRITES FROM TRENCHES
Miss   Malitre   Receives   Letter   of
Thanks From Craabrook
Bay
Mlsa Malstre Is in receipt of a letter from Percy Adlard, a Cranbrook
boy who ls "doing his bit" for his
country. Mr. Adlard la with No.
3 Co., llth Battalion Canadian Scottish. Tlio letter follows'.
Dear Miss Malstre:
I suppose you will think It very ua-
NOTICE
IN THE MATTER OF tho "Und Registry Act" and in the matter of
Ut 3, Block 68, of Ut 132, Oroup
KOOTENAY   DISTRICT,   PROVINCE
OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Map 1181
TAKE NOTICE that an Application
(No. 2926-1) has boon made to register
Alec Charles Wright as owner In fee
simple of the above lots under a Conveyance to him from Baynes Lake
Und Company, Limited et al, dated
6th day of November, 1114, and that
unless within 30 days from tho dato
of tho first publication hereof you Die
In this ofllce a caveat or Certificate of
Lis Pendens I shall register the said
Alec Charles Wright as owner In fee.
Dated at the Land Registry Ofilce,
Nelson, this 8th day ot November,
1916.
SAMUEL R. ROB,
District Registrar.
To all to whom It may concern.
Date of flrst publication 18th day of
November, 1916. 46-4t
Accounts of Corporations, Munl-
clpalltlea .Merchants, Farmera an<
Private Individual. Invltad.
Drafts and Letters of Credit laauad
available la any part of tha world.
SAYINGS DEPARTMEHT-Bpeelal
attention given to Savings Baak Ao
counts. Deposits of ll.M and upwards received and Interest allowed
from data ot deposit.
A branch la also established at
Athalmer, B.C., under tha management ot Irving C. Wedd.
Craabrook Branch
I. W. IIIFFLI, Manager
~_w
IN THE MATTER OF the "Land Re-
glstry Act" and In the (matter of
Lot 1, Block 74, of Lot 182, Group
1.
KOOTENAY   DISTRICT,   PROVINCE
OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Map 1181
TAKE NQTlCElhat an Application
(No. 2941-1) haa been made to register Ludlow Stuart Mangin M owner ln
Iaa simple ot Iho abovo lot anger   a
Tht
HOTEL
COEUR D'ALENE
Spokane, Wathlngton
•THI  HOTEL WITH A
PERSONALITY"
W« believe wa
hare mora regular patrons from
British Columbia
than any other
Hotel In Spokane
Oa your naxt trip
to thit city, ltt ut
■how you why
thit lt tint,
Oppotlte new Union Station. Clote to all plactt ot
Interest. Roomi elegantly
furnished. Ratei aa low
at at tht more ordinary
houttt.
lee Bteamthlpoa the Reef
BR. F. B. MILES
DentUt
Mm ta Hanson Block
OFFICE HOURI
I to 11 a.m.
1 ta   I p.m.
T ta   I p.m.
■■ANBROOK, B.C.
KNIGHTS  OF  PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, 11.0.
Moots every Tuesday at 8 p.m. ta
the Fraternity Hall
It. 0. Carr, CC.
F. M. Christian, k. r. a s.
P. O   Box III
VlslL'tg brethren cordially A-
vlted to attend.
•RANBROOK   COTTAGE
HOSPITAL
aat Chwanl Barring
•ardor. Ave.
tana aa Application
ram. ata. SALMON, Matron
aa Mt F. O. Box 141
MAPLE LEAF REBEKAH
LODGE. NO. ID
Meets every second and fourth
Wednesday  at  Fraternity  BrJI
Sojourning Rebekabs cordially invited.
Sis. C. Rennet, N. O.
Sis. A. Hickenbotham, Ses.
Fhaaa IM P. O. Boi Ml
W. R. BEATTY
Funeral Director and Embalaier
Undertaking Parlors
Fenwick Avenue
Near Baker St
OVERSEAS CLUB
Meet, ln Maple Hull second
and fourth Tuesday ef ovary
month at 8 p.m.
Membership   .pan  to  Rrttisfe
ftttsons.
E. T. Brake, J. F. Lower,
President Secretary
Visiting members swdlalV
welcomed.
LAIDLAW * DEWOLF
Ctrl aat Mining Engineers
B. C. Land Surveyors
ORANBROOK, B.C.
WOMEN'S   INSTITUTE
Meets In tlie Mapla Hall
first Tuesday afternoon et ovary
mouth at 3 p.m.
President, Mrs. W. B. McFarlane
Secretary, Mrs; John Shaw
!'. O. llux 442
All ladles cordially Invited.
F  M. MACPHERSON
Undertaker
Bw Fhaaa IM Night Phone II
■artvr ava, neat to City Hall
CRANBROOK FARMERS'
INSTITUTE
President—A. B. Smith
SecreUry—Alb. H. Webb
For Information regarding
lsnds and agriculture apply to
tba Secretary, Cranhrook, B.C.
Meeting—Tho Second Saturday at 2.30 o'clock.
Phono IM P- O. Boi II
PROF. C. F. NIDD
Organist Methodist Church
Raoeivaa Paplla tor
Organ, Pianoforte. Volet,
Ac
Studio: II Norbary Avo
If you want satisfaction
with your wathlng
sand It to
MONTANA LAUNDRY
8ptelal prices (or family
work
THE   CRANBROOK
ORCHESTRA
lt open for engagement
for
Dances, Socials Etc.
Apply to
Mrs. Arnold Wallinger
PHONE 134
Cranbrook, B.C.
FRaiBK PROVENZANO
ttBtftl Merchant
F. *. Bn IM Phone 144
CRANBROOK. BC.
CHAS. S. PARKER
■forwarding    and    Distributing
Agent for
Lethbridge  Coal
Xl-lto Powder
Imperial Oil Co.
Buying and Traniferrlni
•Ivan prompt attenUon
Phone 18
THI MOMR BAKERY
■ott Frame, Prop.
Fraa Bread, Caktt, Pitt
and Paltry
Phoaa If
Barbery Ava     Opp. OUT Hall
The
KOOTENAY
ORCHESTRA
ts  open   for  engagement
for dances, socials, etc
For terms apply to
MRS. II. W. EDMONDSON
Criiiiliroiik, 11. C.
L.  M.  SMITH
HAT   RENOVATOR
Ladles   and   Gentlemen's   Huts
Cleaned and Blocked
01,11   KTYLEH   REMODELLED
1'hone 204
■oadaiarters for all kinds of
Repairs
■tailsfnetlnn  durante.!
JOB  MARAPODI
Tht Shoe Specialist
PEERLESS
DAIRY
J. Taylor, Proprietor
Hat Jutt purchased a ear of
HIGH GRADE COWS
(All Tuberculin Totted)
Milk and cream twlet lally
Bttterrollk twlee a week
The only clarified milk In
Town
We ftaraatte tt Please
The
ORIGINAL
FOB SALE CHEAPr-Gaatlemaa'a
eooa coat, almost newt three saddles,
slightly used | four sets of harness,
single and donbla driving barer.*,
doable sols working harness| cross
eat aaw aad farm loolsi aa* aattor,
HUM.   Apply Fhoae H7. tl
Ol
M IN ARM'S
LINIMENT
DR. DeVAN'S FRENCH PlLLSbA,."|S:
{alttitif,Pill for Women, Jfi a bot or IhrMfor
iu. Hold Rt nil I'riiK fitm-i's, or mailed tour
BaldnuuiirncQiptof prliie.' Tiik Boobkli, Dim
Co , Bt. Catharines, onnrlo.  ___r__-_
PtfoSPHONOi. FOR MEN. IJSKH
Vitality; for Ncrvo anil Bmlh; Incnruea "fity
MtUr'aft Tonic—will hulld yon up. IS ft btw.tr
lw» for Ci, at rtn.tr. Starr*, or by Dal) oarii ,*•*•.
f_l_   Ml iWMit UftUfl .p>„ ft quill mj

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