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Array THE CRANBROOK HERALD
VOLUME 18
CRANBUOOK,    BRITISH COLUMBIA,
=#■£
THURSDAY, OCT. ijfih tSlt
NUMPEH 42
CRANBROOK    HAS   THE   MINERALS    THAT   MAKE    THE   MONEY
eelfllativo Abbi
"M* Apr..J6
AS FALSE AS 11 WAS ALLURING
Strong Words ol' .liisllce Clement In (living Decision in Favor
nl' It. T. Wllliilins in Hue Koott'iuij    Orchards   Test
('use—Prl**** ol' I,ami Reiliieeil to $!."> pier Acre.
G000 THEATRICAL IEI5
Rex   Miimuieiiieiit
Audlturliiiii —W.
lime Charge
Take*,   Over   the
\. Burton Will
of Combined
ADOPT PACIFIC TIME  FAVOUR WEDNESDAY
FOR HALF
The action hy Mr. It. T. Williams to
aet aside his contract Tor tlie purchase
of land fn the Kootenay Orchard subdivision adjoining town, and Tor dum-
anes for fraudulent misrepresentation,
against tin* roglBtorod owner ut' the
property, Mr. W. C. .Shields ot Kani-
loops, has now been decided hy Mr.
Justice Clement, it will In* romombor-
ed that this action was tried at tlie
Assizes here last .liuit* anil was taken
as a test cuse on behalf of a large
number of purchasers uf this property.
Tlie trial extended over a period ot
four days and a tremendous amount of
••evidence was taken. Mr. W. A. Nisbet
acted for Mr. Williams and Mr. G. S.
McCarter of Calgary for tlie defendant. The .Indue reserved his decision
In order that lie might ro carefully
through the evidence, in view of the
Importance of tin* case and the serious
allegations of fraud made by the plaintiff.
Although the Judge considers that
he cannot set aside the contract In
view of the long delay there was on
the  part of Mr.  Williams, in  taking
ledge of tlie fraud practised on him.
lie bought lu 11)12, went ou to thu
land in 1018 ami lived on and worked
it until June 1916. During that time
lie learned hy unfortunate experience
that lie had been- as he himself expressed It 'Stung.' When early in .lum*
of 191B lie wrote tlie letter to the do-
iiienilaut (Ex, 81) asking delay and
promising to pay as soon as he could,
lit* knew for all practical purposes the
full extent of tin* Imposition which had
been practised upon him. Assuming
tlmt th<* heavy frosts In June of 1916
did not, as lie testifies, strike his crops
until after the ietter referred to was
written, those frosts were nut a new
revelation. He luul had them every
year to that date and their occurrence In 1'Jlfi was merely an accentuation uf climatic conditions with which
he had become familiar. Nor can tlie
argument be acceded to that the plaintiff did not know the law that a person who has been induced by fraud to
enter into a* contract has the right
when he learns of tlm fraud to elect
whether he will or will not stand by
his bargain. The plaintiff here had,
I think, full knowledge of the falsity
of the prospectus in all the material
factors now put forward when he in
terms informed tlie defendant that lie
is fa
llllMI
hillu
An aunouncment of more than parsing Interest in the local theatrical
bu Hin ess has been made this week,
which will douhtless evoke much sat-
tlon from theatregoers of the
and vicinity, Wfl refer lo tie*
rptiou of tiie Auditorium Theatre
riu controlled hy Baldwin Bros.,
lis city, by the management of
tlie Hex Theatre aluo of Cranbrook.
Tlie entire management of the two
businesses has been combined under
one head, and will lie directed solely
iiy .Mr W. A. Burton of the Hex
for the owners. .Mr. Burton, who
lias been Intimately associated witli
tbe Hex Theatre since .lune last, originates from Winnipeg, Man., aud
lias  had a  wide and enviable exper-
ouncll Is Against Dual Standard of
Time unit lleeninniends Citizen*
to I all in Une with C.lMt.
A special meeting of the city council
was held .Monday evening, present
Mayor Clapp in tlie chair and Alder
men Santo, Balment, l/ensk and Han*
Three resolutions from llie Retail
Merchants' Association were before tbe
council for consideration. The first
urged   llie  council   to   take  action   to
have tlo- C. P. R. reconsider their pro
posed action in changing the time ou
the ('row line from. Kootenay Land-
fng to Grows Nest from Mountain Time
tIn8 to Pacific Time, mid i'uillng tills the
inauguration of a province-wide campaign to change from Pacific to .Mountain Time all over Hritish Columbia
The proposal did not meet witli mud
favor on tlie part of tlie council who
OUld not see any hope of success at*
steps to obtain redress yet the result! would stick to his bargain
of the action is a substantial victory' u remains, therefore, simply to as-
#„.. t**- *rtMiit„«,„ „„,! t-he. „*uar, n„m sess us uest I can tiie damage the
for Mr. Williams and the other pur-    ,alnti„ has snffeml throughbthc de.
chasers of this property and a com-jCelt of which ll(i has been vlctinL The
plete vindication of the stand taken by proper measure of damage In my opln
them on tho question of fraud. |lon Is the difference In value In 1912
As the case was one considerably | between the land whicli would measure
discussed at tl.e time of the trial and ?Lto.J?V*?*!5? 0Ltllli)r"SP.0(;.t,llS
the decision Is one of Interest through
the district, we are giving the text of
Judge Clement's Judgment In full:
In tlte Supreme Court of British
Columbia
Williams  vs  Shields.    Reasons  for
Judgment of the Honourable Mr. Jns-
and the land tbe plaintiff actually
bought. Assuming that land such as is
pictured in tlie prospectus was worth,
in the situation of tiie lots* in question
here, what the plaintiff agreed to pay
viz: $100 per acre (as to some of the
lots) and $75 per acre (as to the
others) their actual value at that
time, being sueh as tlie evidence dis-
tice Clement.   W. A. Nisbet, for plain- | closes them to be, was not more than
tiff: a. S. McCarter for defendant:—
After hearing evidence in this case
at Cranbrook in June last I reserved
judgment, requesting to be served with
a copy of tlie stenographer's notes and
with written arguments for counsel.
These with the record and exhibitions
reached me on Octoher 3rd Instant. T
have gone through the evidence with
some care and have considered the
arguments presented, with the result
that I am confirmed In the view which ,t ,, ,, ,
I had formed at the trial that    the | between  the  parties on  tiie basis
plaintiff had been the victim of a gross
and cruel fraud. ,      .,     _,      , .   ,„ ,
Tho prospectus upon tl.e faith   of   wort]l-   The Plain iff n
which the plaintiff bought certain lots !('osts  of  t,lis  ,1L'tlnn-    u tlu'  *>art"'s
in   "Kootenay   Orchards"   from    the Ican a*ree on the f!*l,reB tnere w!U ba
defendant   put  forward   certainly    a
most alluring picture;  but the   evi-
$15 per acre. I therefore ass<|5s the
plaintiff's damages at $86 per acre for
those lots for which he was to pay
$100 per acre and $00 per acre for
those lots for which lie was to pay $75
per acre; and those amounts should
bear interest pari passu with the
interest charges for which the plaintiff is liable under the different agreements of sale. If necessary there will
be a reference to the Bistrlct Registrar at Cranbtook to take the accounts
J
J have indicated. Payments not yet due
will be computed at their present
milled to his
denee shows clearly to my mind that
it wns as false as it was alluring.
There is scarcely a statement as to the |Md the question of tin
nature of the soil, its fertility    and     "*' '" '
water supply, as to cost of clearing.
as tn climatic conditions, and as to
actual results already achieved in the
Immediate neighborhood, that has not
been shown to be a perversion of tbe
truth,
Vuder these circumstances my In-, ^^^^^^
Ollnatlon has been strongly to give j nt Camp Hughes. Manitobu and ex-
tbe plaintiff complete relief hy resets- peels to leave for Kngland shortly. It
sion: but I am unable to find other- ,vtn lllS(> ,„..,„, BUbstnntIal relief for a
wise than that lie had before launch
lng this netion elected to abide by tlu
contracts of purchase after full know-,
judgment for the plaintiff for the balance in his favor which the account
will undoubtedly show. If tiiere has
to be a reference further directions
of the
rence will be reserved for further
consideration after the District Registrar has reported.   Oct. 13th, 1910.
W. H. 1'. CLEMENT.
The result of the proceedings will no
doubt be very pleasing to Mr. Williams,
who is now wtth the 196tll  Battalion
number of thos.
I enay Ort bards.
■ residing in Koot-
religious census
Anglicans Nligbll)  In Lead In Number
ai Families with I'resh) (crlans
a close Second*
UELGMN  RELIEF
Another Generous Donation of
From Sullivan Mine Relief
Association
lence both lu tin.- photodramatic and
legitimate ends of the show business, tending their effort.
He has by preference, during tlie past
few years,  held  positions  iu   various
capacities that have enabled him    to
make extensive studies of tlie needs
nd possibilities of the theatrical business as applied to small  towns    in
British Columbia especially, and
much satisfaction is expressed by bis
acceptance of tliis undertaking whicli
will undoubtedly mean much to this
city and its residents generally.
A rough outline of tiie policies of
the new organization includes a continuation on an Improved scale of exclusive "big town class" photoplays at
the Rex, witli more elaborate methods
of presentation, while at tlie Auditorium tlte rule will he legitimate attractions of the Ilrst order and such of the
more imposing photo-spectacles as will
make demands upon tlie seating capacity and stage facilities of tiiis bouse.
Negotiations arc also being entered
into whereby high   class   vaudeville      , , ,
fro,,, one or the we'll known circuit,, ,i""'"B, " m""""n "' lnB''™"™ «««
Tliey however expressed themselves
as strongly opposed to a dual standard of time for Cranbrook and on motion of Aldermen Balment and Santo
the following resolution was passed:
That In view of the possibility of the
change in time by tlie C.P.R. from
Mountain Time to Pacific Time the
council recommend that the citizens
from tiie time of sueh change adopt the
Pacific Standard, and that a copy of
this be published iu the local press,
A second resolution from tlie Retail
Merchants favored tlie adoption of
Wednesday as the weekly half-holiday,
This was ordered filed and the clerk
Instructed to take the necessary steps
to take a vote of tbe electors at the
next municipal eleclon,
The resolution from the Retail Merchants asking tliat the by-law iu regard to keeping the premises dear of
rubbish he enforced to assist in   ob-
may he played, probably two nights
per week.
Mr. Burton, In a short interview
stated most definitely tliat uo efforts
will be spared to put Cranbrook where
she should long ago have stood upon
the theatrical map, "anil" he stated iu
conclusion, "the public will at once
realize that the more liberal their
patronage, the stronger position will
we be In to give them more and greater satisfaction along these Hues."
Mr. Burton also pointed out a fact
that is not generally realized by the
public at large. This is the fact that
no better advertisement for a city can
be had than n healthy theatrical enterprise. The fact alone that worth
while plays are being produced here
is important, and if generously patronized this fact in turn is carried
throughout the length and breadth of
the country and the great commercial
centres particularly, to tlte distinct
idvantnge of the city
We can only add that with the promising outlook for tiiis district now fn
view, it will he the undoubted pride
of tbe citizens of Cranbrook to see that
this enterprizlng concern gets the eu-
euragemeiit (t merits.
RED CROSS
On behalf of the U
tio
Mrs
J.
Br
!d Cross Assocla-
ke  acknowledge-
met witli general approval, and wa:
referred to the Fire and Police Committee with power to act.
An application from Indian Constable
Ryekman for half of the fines of two
Indians and of Mack-the-Tallor, according to statute, was received, and a
motion passed to pay over the money.
Tlie City Engineer brought up a complaint from (len. Leitch as to the method of putting garbage In the lanes during the winter which last winter caused the water tn overflow on his property. Afler some discussion It was
decided that after the first of November the householders be requested to
discontinue dumping ashes or garbage
on the lanes.
The clerk was instructed to enforce
tin- notice and cut off the wuter In all
cases where the rates wero In arrears
unless they pay up without delay.
A question by Alderman Balment
brought tlu* information from the City
; Engineer that the new gates on tlte
! hydrants were to enable one stream to
Uie shut off without shutting off the
I hydrant.
i Tho matter of using corrugated iron
I for sides of buildngs in the first class
ihre limits was brought up by Mayor
Clapp on request of a ratepayer but
promptly sat upon by the whole council with the exception of Alderman
Leask who thought we shouldn't be
too strict at the present time.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ The   Sullivan   Mine   Relief   Assnei
—- i lion is the largest local contrloutor
The pastors of the  Anglican,  Pres-! the   Belgian   Relief  Fund,    and     lal
liyterhui and Methodlsl chiircbes have week  another generous donation  <
beeu engaged for the past few weeks, $100 was received front tills Assoela-j
as  opportunity  offered.  In   making  a  Hon.    Tlie  total  amount   now  stands
religion- registration of this city in- at $813.36 which Includes the follow-
eltldlug tbe districts tbat lie close to  ing   nol    previously   acknowledged:
Moved by Alderman Hanson, second-
pt of the following articles sent I ed by Alderman Santo, that any land
by Mrs John Dunlop, Kingsgate:— 3 purchased by the municipality at the
nlgllt shirts, 2 helpless shirts, 6 towels, tax sale held on Aug. 2lst be sold to
2d fomentation wringers. '.! surgical any person or persons desiring same
robes, tl yards cheese cloth, 72 trf- at the upset price, together with Inter-
angular bandages, S hot water bottle est at 8 per cent per annum accrued
covers, 2 rolls new cotton. in the meantime.
the city bounder)
This registration was carried out because of the fad that numbers of people were not upon auy ot the church
lists and yel  complained  that  n
ever visited them
The experiences of the three pastors ]
participating In ihis registration would
make an Interesting lecture on "Characters We Have Met" butjl must not
bo given here Needless to say there
were some too good to go to any of the
churches and n led something all to
themselves.    Olb. is   hav
In church since they  wi
Sullivan Mine Relief Association $100;
Mrs h. T. Wlllianis $2. Mrs. .1 a. Murray ?*-.*".*•
All donations sent to the Herald office will be promptly forwarded aud
acknowledged through the llerald,
TRAFALGAR DAY
In response to an appeal sent oul
by tlie British Red Cross Society and
tho Order of the St. John it has been
decided to commemorate Trafalgar
been found Day throughout Canada by raising
3 visited tn funds for these societies, the same as
this way, and above all llie pastors last year. Title year it will be done
know their people as they never did under tiie auspices of the 1. O. D. K.
before. The lectures they have reeelv-; and the St. John Ambulance Associn-
ed on their journeys concerning their Hon, but on account of a delay in mak-
preaehlng, visiting, political and social ing the necessary arrangements and
peculurltles will doubtless bear fruit to j advertising same, It has heen decided
the joy of the lecturers. But the saddest part of all the experiences has
been to bear the flimsy excuses why
people don't go to church and It ls
safe to say that If all the organizations and Institutions In this city
were disregarded on half as flimsy excuses as those given why folks don't
go to Church there would be no fraternal, social, or community life at all.
It s a real pleasure to know tbat these
kind of people nre very small in number and that the people of the olty, as
a rule, were very courteous to the
reverend gentlemen who waited upon
tbem and also showed great respect
and reverence nud sympathy towards
tholr work. The result of their Investigations In tbat tbey find that there
are 126 distinctly Anglican families
IU Presbytflrlan,   110 Methodist,
to postpone it until Monday, October
23rd, when a house to house collection
will be mnde. Cranbrook made a good
showing last year nnd ns good If not
better one is hoped for this year.
fi»[,
Roman Catholic and 30 Baptist families
While they also round Ml families In
which there was a division in the religious Inclinations bill which comprised. 28 Presbyterians, 20 Anglicans,
16 Roman Catholics, IT. Methodists,
14 Baptists, 3 Lutherans, 'A Salvationists, 2 Cnitgregatlonalisls. 1 Bnlversal-
Ist. There are 3 Christian Scientists
In town, 3 HnsHi'llltes, and one Chrlst-
adelphlan. There was no response
from lfl homes, whose religious learn-
lngii ure therefore unknown, while
then* wcre found to be no less than
170 vacant houses and shacks
Merchant**  Declare In  liner ef Mid-
Week Holiday aud In Favor of
Mountain as Against
Pacific Time
A general meeting of tlte retail
merchants and business men of tiie
eity was called for Friday eveclng
last to discuss '.he half-holiday ques-;
tion and Hie matter of changing tie-
time as well ;'.s other matters which
might be brought up.
There was considerable discussion
un tlte half-holiday, the large majority
of those present favoring tiie adoption
of Wednesday, and a resolution to tbat
effect was put through to be forwarded  lo the council.
Tiie difficulty of getting any reduction In the insurance rates at long as
some business men allow rubbish to
accumulate on their premises was discussed .nd the council will be asked t*>
enforce tl.i by-law in That regard.
A committee was formed lo Inquire
into the question of Improving ti e
lighting in tlie business section by
making some arrangement for a flat
rate for lights in ■nor.* window.* Tli,
members of the committee ure Messrs.
R. J. McCreery, W. II Wilson am: F
Patterson.
A resolution was passed to he forwarded tn the council and tlle Hoard
of Trade asking them to take up with
tiie C. P. It, the matter of change In
time with a view to getting them to reconsider their dcclalon. Failing that
the meeting favored an effort to hnve
the entire province adopt tin* daylight
saving scheme by changing from Pacific to Mountain Time, which would allow au extra hour of daylight In the
evening for places west of Kootenay
UuitHng. though leaving it tlie same
as at present here.
AND READY FOR MOIIC
Dedicated  wilh  profound  admiration to the
Auxiliary Fleet whom, sterling work has now  >"
London l-iumitii*. show.
THIS I! EDISON WEEK
Vast Industries Rased on Edison
Invention Observe Week in Honor
of Ureal Inventor. Reproduction
oi Sounds on His New Phonograph
Cannot he Distinguished Eroni
Original.
mm  OPES   PRIZE   CONTEST
More thun 1,000,000 people are employed In the various industries founded by Thomas A. Fdlson. In the
United States alone over (,00.000 men
and women earn tlieir livllhood in
vocations created by Kdlson's genius.
For a number of years a group of these
industries has observed October 21st.
the anniversary of Mr. Edison's Invention of the electric light. This year
the week of October 10tli-21st is being
observed throughout the United States
and Canuda as Edison Week.
The light and power companies will
manifest tlieir recognition of tlie fact
that Mr. Fdlson Is the founder of their
industry, aud thousands of other men
and women who make tlieir living by
virtue of Edison's inventions, will play
their part in this unusual demonstration.
Among tlie many things planned
for tbo celebration of Edison Week is
a $1,000 prize contest arranged by associates of tbe inventor. This contest
had its origin in a remark which Mr.
Edison made last spring to one of his
assistants.
Music Is Mr. Edison's hobby. Hia
Intimates and associates are aware of
the fact that of the thousand or more
Inventions which he has developed,
tlie phonograph is his favorite. He
has ulways contended that there is no
reason wiiy a phonograph could not
be made which would reproduce music
nl sounds so perfect that the mechanical reproduction would be exactly
like the original music, fn fact, so exactly like R as to be indistinguishable
from the original. For years Mr. Edison has stated that when lie got time
lie would develop such a phonograph.
Scientists generally scoffed at his idea,
and even his own laboratory assistants
with the exception of two or three who
have been with Mr. Edison so long
i that tbey believe nothing Is Impossible
1 were Inclined to think that the perfect
phonograph was a thing that could
never be.
Several years ago, having completed
his work on the storage battery. Mr.
; Edison decided that he would try to
! develop a means of recording and
1 reproducing sound, which would make
I the reproduction indistinguishable
|from the original. It proved to be the
j longest and most costly research work
: ever undertaken by Mr. Edison. He
: spent nearly $3,000,000 in experiments
alone, and these experiments were not
completed until March of this year
When the new invention and new re-
| cord were perfected, Mr. Edison said,
"NOW we shall find out what we have.
| Rent Carnegie Hall. Now York City,
land get Madame Rappold of the Metropolitan .Opera to go over there.
.Have her stand beside the new phono*
{graph and sing In actual comparison
■ with our records nf her voice.   Invite
          'the music critic: nnd the nitiHlc lovers
■ of Ncw York City.   Oct tbe most critical   audience   you   can   possibly   get
...        ,   ,.    t If I have succeeded In doing what  I
■nd  Men  of   the , ,-.*.£**.*.**
public.     From \wi out to °°t tll*'*v W(,n l ^ a",ft to *•"
(continued on page two)
Clothing for Men
Ready-to-Wear and
Made-to-Order
In Value we Excell
Let us show you ! Let.us give you convincing proof of the great variety of beautiful
fabrics awaiting your selection and the intrinsic value that characterizes all in comparison
with their prices.
Quality for Quality
You will find our prices in every instance
lower than any, due to our system of economic purchase.
SUITS OR OVERCOATS - 515.00 to 543.00
Complete Stocks of Winter
Furnishings for Men and Boys
All Wool Underwear for Men 53.00 and more
Men's Heavy Wool Top Shirts 51.50 to 52.25
Men's Cashmere Sox - 3 for 51.00 and SOc pr.
Men's Heavy Wool Sox  • 40c, 50c and 60c pr.
McCreery Bros.
Cranbrook's Dry Goods and Clothing Stores
Dining Room Furniture
See onr splendid showing of
IIIMN(;    ROOM    SUTtS
anosinoee pieces
We will make it to yonr advantage; to buy
now, by quoting Low Prices.
EVERYTHING IN THE EIHNTTTRE UNE
Norbury
c. c. s.
Ave
MAIL ORDERS
Receive our special attention. Ml orders filled and sent oat bj n-lurn
mall. \\'e lead fur prompl aud -ati-i'acterj smlce. Send your next
order here and try us mil.
Prescription s
We use onlj llie freshest) purest Ingredients, ami ylrc yon evadlj
«hat jour proscription calls fnr
Cranbrook Drug & Book Co. Ltd.
IV. J. ATCHISON. Manager
PHONE 71
sr
■0
Wc Print
All kinds of Commercial Stationery neatly,
promptly and In many oases at prices considerably lower than the prose-nl cost of
materials justifies.
It will therefore lie* to yonr advantage to
order a supply nuw.
The Cranbrook Herald
PHONE 18
.fit PAGE TWO
THE CRAMIKOOK  IIKRALI)
[SHlted    Weekly    l'.e    Hie'    t llieilere,.,],
lleruld, [.hulled.
T. H. Knj, Editor aeeel Slanagor
Cranbrook U. C. October Mite 1916
\ leVYI.K.IIT SAVING SCHEME
The e Ity lathe ra at theMr meeting
gave Bcnnt conaidi ration to the resolution ol the Retni! Merchants urging
thnt ;en eltort be mode tee have the C. 1'.
R. reconsider its ilceeisiuie in changing
to Mountain Time, en' (oiling tliis tee
start ,e province-wide agitation to a-
doi.t Mountalu Time for all B. e'. Instead ol Pacilic Time. They appeared
to have little faith iee their ability te,
"start something" lu this direction,
their ottltiulo apparently being "Oh,
what's tbe use, ee little town like this
can't expect to her." the e'. P. It or the
province change to suit us."
To tbo mludof Uie Herald Uie aldermen lost sight ol thc ronl objeel ot tbo
resolution, le Is quito true that it
would Indeed be unreasonable to expect a big company like the C. P. ll or
a whole province to change their time
simply tee suit ei municipality eef several thousand lnhnbltriit,s but em lh,'
other hand ii would I ntirely reasonable and right lee ask tho C. P. It. or
any other large corporation to change
their time it ley - g a whole provlnc ■ even n Inrge portion ol that
province could bo bcnefl I.   And this
hs exactly Uie Intent and purpose eef
tlie, resolution: ll eras nothing more or
leess than a dayllgbl saving Bchemo on
ei provlnoo-wldc basis willeejiii tlee Inconvenience iiiiel annoyance of two separate! standards ot time.
Whore tlio daylight Bavhlg scheme
ims been tried and tailed il was met
le,., ems,- Uie principle wob wrong lent
because in tho working thereof, on account eef It being ii separate municipality undertaking the project, their
timo wees different from tho railway
time und It nicnnl two different stieinl-
arels (ef time, and in many cases after
a lew months trial the plan wns a-
bandonod. In tbo proposal or llie- Retail   Merchants  this  would  all  havo
I n eliminated.   To lmvo tho entire
province ieeul tlie- railway adopt Mountain Time- would die away Willi tho annoyance and confusion of two standards, and mean an hour's saving eef
daylight.
Tbo saving eel   hour's daylight
would mean n IjIk Item In dollars iieeel
cents em the cost ot artificial llglet-
ing alone. With Un- vast majority eel
people much daylight is wasted in the
mornings while; tiny arc in slumber-
land because tin: standard eef time dens
met mnko tin- le'-st us,- eel' iili Un' available daylight. Ne'lseen. Kaslo nml
many other placos which hnve be'e-n
under Pacific Tlmo havo noticed and
complained eef this belore neeev, and alter the 2»th eel' tins month Cranbrook
will be leesing an extra hour of day
light in tlie morning and nsine.' electric
juice for un extra bour ill night. Tills
mny leee all very well inr thr Electric
Light Co. but lt ls bard on Un' public
pocket-book, not to mention eyesight
Theesee who now get up at BOVen o'clock
and gee to work at olght under the-
Pacific Standard though still getting
uje at seven will iu reality In1 getting
tiie at whicb iee eight o'clock now, itnil
wlll have tee use artificial light one
hour entih-r in the ovonlng.
Almeist  as  fnr West ees  the'    ('mist
Mountain Timo in this province would
allow a fuller use eef lhe available daylight tluiii Pacific Tlmo, nnil tboagh it
Is ii big project tee gel :i whole pro*
vlteee to change ilnir standard of
lime we believe tin- scheme Is feasible,
anil tbo economics cttccted hy Uu-
cbango we,uiii well repay nil the labor
and expense lnvolvd iu Buch si nini-
lealgn. Thougli tlie council bas eiis-
misse'ii tin' proposal wo would Uko tee
seee the- Board nf Trnd,■ tako the matter
up   anti   line   up  otlier  towns   eell   111''
due'stleen, Unit is, if the Board <>r Trade
is still a Hvee body, uud we> sincerely
linjm it is even though ten meetings
havo been held for n considerable period ot time.
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
THURSDAY, OCT. 2Gth 1910
***jHear**jG*r*jH^**ar*aHHB**M._1
1 WHEN BUYINGYEASTl
INSIST ON HAVINGI
THIS PACKAGE
IL was Impossible tluit church union
could bo consummated without sume
discord. Hut surely It is not necessary
tbat Uie brenlt, which seems Inevitable, Bhould hi' marked by exhibitions
ni' tm-Olirlstlan bitterness such as Itev.
Mr. Brown i* displaying.
I. IK II. V.
Monthly report, Kashanook Chapter,
I. 0. n. 13. Buying committee—Convenor. Mrs. .1. II. McBride, Mrs. A. A.
MacKinnon, (-onils purchased, $S1>.'2».
Cutting Committee -Convenor, Mrs. J.
s. Brake, .Mrs. Manning, Mrs. Shaw,
Mrs.   Manley;    Articles   cut—21   suits
pyjamas, 8 pairs pants, 2ti helpless
shirts, 38 hot water bag covers..
Backing •Committed— Convenor, Mrs.
.1. Palmer, Mrs. King.—soods packed,
:!,". .siii!;-. pyjamas, 25 pairs socks, 15
many-tailed  bandages, 20 towels, 32
caps, 20 night shirts, ;i day shirts,
2500 mouth wipes, 10 triangular bundles, If, surgical gowns. Total iium-
icr of pieces, 21175. Momlay, ladies'
owing.- Convenor, Mrs. J. P. Smith,
Mesdames Cooper, (Ireen, Macdonald.
Holmes. Brake, McCreery, Nelson.MUes
ee, Thompson, Seaman, Crebbln,
Kyckman, Fenwick, Smith, DeWolfe,
Morris, Bridges. Work finished,—3
hoi   water bat; covers,  13 many-tailed
dages, 13 suits pyjamas, 3 helpless
•hirls,   2   surgical   gowns.    Thursday
es' sewing- Couveiior.Mrs. T. J.
Brown, Mesdames Cherrington, Palmer
Wilson, Sutherland, Christian, Attridge
Work finished—8 helpless shirt**, S
suits pyjamas, 1 day shirt, 2 hot water
bag envers,    Krhlay ladles' sewing—
ivcnor. Mrs. Scott MacDonald, Mesdames Barney, J. MaclJonatd, Taylor,
It, Simpson, Leaman, Tisdale, Powell,
Bridges, Parks. Spence, MacBernie.
Work finished - m suits pyjamas, 11
helpless shirts. The report for knitting will appear next mnntli.
Judgo  for themselves if Mr.  Ediaon
lias accomplished his purpose.
To stimulate interest In the matter
$1,000 in prizes are offered for the
best opinions. This contest occurs
during Kdison Week. The ilrst prize
is $500, the second $200, und the
third $100. Then there is a Consolation Contest with prizes aggrega^fe
$200. h Is proposed to print the prlrt
winning opinions In u booklet and present It to Mr. Edison as a souvenir of
Edison Week. Opinions which do not
win prizes, hut which are nevertheless considered worthy of publication,
will be purchased at ten cents per
word. No opinion Is to exceed 200
words In length. Literary excellence
will not he considered. Professional writers and all persons connected
with the phonograph Industry nro barred from tht* competition, as lt is desired to obtain only untechnica! opinions.—Advt.
LIQUOR ACT, 1010
(Section 42)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
on the flrst day of D-JcemO.'T next ap-
ll'i'ution wlll bo mado to thc Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal ol tbe hotel license to sell
liquor by retail In the hotel known
as the International Hotel, situate at
Kingsgate, In tbe Province of British
Columbia.
Dated this 2nd day of October, 1910.
tf. L. SAWYER,
40-4t. Applicant.
to hi; iii.khkttkb
(Calgary Herald)
Campaigning in behalf of the movement against church union. Itev. W. S.
Brown, M.D., of Red Deer, is publicly
making must serious charges against
members of tho Presbyterian Church
union committee. At u Saskatoon
gathering of non-unlonlsts lie is reported to have charged against them
that:
Their reports wero a lie;
They had stolen $25,000 of home
mission funds to propagate their union
scheme;
They were attempting wholesale
plunder in endeavoring to seize college
and church property to establish a
new denomination;
They changed the findings of llie
general assembly;
Thoy were dominated by a dozen
co'leire jinifei-^ors fed up on Oerman
rationalism.
Mr. Brown expects Ills hearers to be
llevo his statements; If they do they
must come to the conclusion that the
unionists of tiie Presbyterian church
an* a thoroughly bad lot and unfit
morally to belong to any religious denomination. Inasmuch as a majority
of the Presbyterians of Canada are
favorable to union, application of condemnation such as theso charges
would warrant would leave th" church
a weak body numerically.
But could one be attracted tn the
cause of tho non-unionists Iiy Mr.
Brown's campaign of anathema? Is
there anything Christian In liis method
of public attack upon his brethren?
And If lie represents fairly the spirit
of the non-union movement would
one, socking io aBBoclnlc himself with
a hotly ol' true followers or the Naz-
arelie,   be   IllHlll. tl   to  eomiect   IlItHBOlf
with sueh a body wiiere, when a brother is Inkeii Iii ii fault, he Ih publicly denounced ami hla error proclaimed from the housetops'.'
Tins is i:iust»\ IVEKK
(eontinued   from  page one)
.Madame   RappuldV.   voice   from   tbe
phonograph's    reproduction    of    her
voice."
While Mr. ICdlson's associates believed that lie had produced a wonderful invention, they doubted ■whether in
a place like Carnegie Hall, before an
audience of critical musicians. It would
ustttln the acid test of a direct comparison of this kind.
The test was made ou April 28th before an audience ol' 2500 people, and
just as Mr, Edison had prophesied, it
proved Impostblo to distinguish Ma-
lame Rappold's voice from Edison's
reproduction of it. Next day tlie New
York papers were enthusiastic in tlieir
praise of Edison's ncw invention.
The New York Tribune said: "Edison
has snared the soul of music." Tbe
Olobo referred to it as "tlie phono-
tli wilii a soul." Ono writer stated
Unit Kdison had developed a new art-
Music's Re-Creatlon.
Similar tests were made witli other
artists in Boston, Philadelphia and
elsewhere, and with the same result.
One of Mr. Edison's associates collected all of the newspaper reviews and
found that the music critics of more
than 200 newspapers had testified to
the fact that Mr Edison's so-called Re-
Creatlon of Music could not be distinguish *d from the original music. These
newspaper reviews were neatly pasted
in a scrap book and then shown to tlie
inventor, lie glanced through the
scrap book and then remarked: "The
opinions of these experts prove that we
huve accomplished what wc set out
io accomplish, but somehow or otlier
the oplulon of a layman is always more
interesting to me than tlio opinion of
an expert. When I complete an liiven
tlon 1 like to know what the man in
the street thinks of it and how h
thinks It is going to benefit blm,"
Mr. Edison's associates remembering this remark decided to get tlu
opinions nf non-expert and non-technical people. Without Mr. Edison'.'
knowledge they nrrnngod through the
Beiitlie-Murpliy Co. of tills city, and
dealers in a number nf otlier cities to
demonstrate these now instruments
and get the uiilechuical opinions ot
ty ideal Canadian families. Beattie-
Murphy Co. have one of those new disc
phonographs which they invite the
peoplo of Cranbrook and vicinity to
come iu  and  hear so  that they can
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the Matter oi' the Creditors' Trust
Deeds Act and In the Matter of the
Assignment for the Benefit of Creditors of ,\m J. MclM-imoi of Crttii-
brookn B. ('.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Alexander IamvIs McDermot, of the
City of Cranbrook, in tlie Province of
British Columbia, carrying on business as a wholesale and retail liquor
merchant at Cranbrook aforesaid has
made an assignment under the provisions of tlio Creditors Trust Deeds
Act of all his estate credits and effects
to ('buries Reginald Ward of thc same
place. Agent, for the general benefit
of Ills creditors.
A mooting of Ills creditors will be
held at th.* offices of thc undersigned
solicitors for the Assignee in the City
of Crnnbrook on Friday tlie 27th day
of Octoher 1I>10, at the hour of 2
o'clock in tho afternoon to receive a
statement nf affairs, to appoint inspectors, and to fix tlieir remuneration,
and for the ordering of the affairs ot
the estato generally.
Creditors are requested to file their
ilalms with the assignee or his solicitors with tlio proofs and particulars
thereof required hy tiie Creditors Trust
Deeds Act on or before the day of such
mooting.
Notice is further glvon that after the
Ifith day of November 1916 the Assignee will proceed to distribute the assets of the debtor among the parties
entitled thereto, having regard only
to the claims of whicli notice shall
then have been given and that be will
not be liaide for tlio assets or any
part thereof or distribute to any person or persons of whose claim ho shall
not thou have had notice.
Dated at Cranbrook, B. C. this lfith
day of October. 1816,
Harvey, McCarter Macdonald & Nisbet.
Solicitors for Charles R. Ward.
Assignee.
42-lt.
LIQUOR AIT, 1910
(Section 42)
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
on the first day of December next application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of the hotel license to aell
liquor by retail lu the liotel known
as tho Yahk hotel, situate at Yahk, lu
tbo Province of British Columbia.
Dated this 2nd day of October, 1916,
H1LEY & LARSON,
40-4t. Applicant.
L1QIIOU ACT, 11)1*11
(Section 42)
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN that
on the lirst day of Decemher next application will be made to the Superintendent or Provincial Police for re-
newel of the liotel license to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
as the Nortli Star Hotel, situate at
Kimberley, in the Province of British
Columbia.
Dated this 12th day of October, 1910
H. W. DREW,
41-4t Applicant.
iwmi act, nun
(Section 4a)
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
(ii the lirst day of December next np-
...e.iij.Jii will he made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for re-j
newal of the hotel license to sell
liquor hy retail lu lin* hotel known
as the Imperial Hotel, situate at
Kort Steele, In the Province of British
Columbia.
Hated Ihis loth day of Octobor, 1916
It. W. WERDEN,
■"-■it Applicant,
MQUOK ACT, llllll
(Section 42)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
on the flrst day of December next np-
p'.i*jal:on will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail In the hotel known
as the International Hotel, situate at
Moyle, in the Province of British Columbia.
Dated this 10th day of October, 1916.
MICHAEL J. BONNER,
41-4t. Applicant.
LIQUOR AIT, 1910
(Section 20)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
on the first day of December next ap-
llicai'.on will be made t-> the Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of wholesale Hquor license, No.
107, for the sale of liquor by wholesale In and upon the premises known
as Bowness' Wholesale Liquor Store,
situate on Baker Street, in the city of
Cranbrook, B. C.
Dated tbis 2nd day of October, 191G.
A. O. BOWNESS,
40-4L Applicant.
1.101 (Ut ACT, 1910
(Section 42)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
on the first day of December noxt application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of the hotel license to sell liquor
by rtail In the liotel known as the Central Hotel, situate at Marysville, In
tlio province of British Columbia.
Dated this 16th day of October. 1910.
1'Afl, HANDLEY,
42-41. Applicant.
IJOI'OK AIT, 1910
(Section 42)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
on the lirst day of December next application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of tbe hotel license to sell
liquor by retail lu the hotel known
as the Wycliffe Hotel, situate at Wycliffe, in the Province of British Columbia.
Dated this 2nd day of October, 1916.
HARRY EDWARDS,
40-4t. Applicant.
Sealed Tenders will be received hy
the Minister of Lands uot later than
noon on the ISth day of October, 1910,
for the purchase of Licence No. i!90, to
cut l.omi.oooo feet of Cedar, Larch Flr
and White Pine, 1,000,000 feet Cottonwood and ii.uoii cords of posts, ou an
area adjoining lot 491, Goat River,
Kootenay District. One year will bo
allowed for removal of timber. Further particulars of the Chief Forester,
Victoria, B. C, or District Forester,
t'ranbrook, B. C. 39-lt
LIQUOR ACT, 1910
(Section 42)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
on the flrst day of Dec-icber next application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of the liotel license to sell
liquor by retail In the hotel known
as the Tourlsb Hotel, situate at Bull
River In tbe Province of Brltlsii Columbia.
Dated this 2nd day of Octobor, 1910.
J.  McTAVISH,
40-4t Applicant.
TIMBER SALE Nu. 7o:t.
Sealed tenders will bo received by
the Minister of Lands not later than
noon on the llth day of October, 1916,
for the purchase of License No. 703,
to cut 10,066,000 feet of Douglas Fir,
Cedar, Larch, Yellow Pine, White Pine,
Cottonwood and Dead and Down Timber; also 14,000 Cedar Poles and 86,-
000 Railway Ties, covering that portion of Lot 274, Kootenay District,
situated south of the Goat River.
Two years will be allowed for removal of timber.
Further particulars of the Chief Forester, B. C., or District Forester,
Cranbrook, B. C. 34-8t.
j    SYNOPSIS   OF   COAL   UINIXU
REGULATIONS
Coal mining right?, or the Dominion, in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and
Alberta, tbo Yukon Territory, tbe
Nortli-West Territories and in a portion of the Province of British Columbia, may be leased for a term of
twenty-one years at an annual rental
of $1 an acre No more than 2,5tiQ.
will bo leased to one applicant.
Application for a lease must be
made by the. applicant in person to
tbe Agent o*r Sub-Agent of tlie district in which the rights applied for
aro situated.
Iu surveyed territory the land must
bo descrlbeil by sections, of legal subdivisions of sections, and iu unsurvey-
ed territory the tract applied for shall
be staked out Ity tlio applicant himself.
Each application must bo accompanied by a fee of $5 which will be
refunded If the rights applied for are
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid on tlio merchantable output of tiie mine at tlie rate
of five cents per ton.
The person operating tho mine
shall furnish tlie Agent with sworn
returns accounting for thc full quantity of merchantable coal mined and
pay tiie royalty thereon. If the coal
mining rights arc not being operated
such returns should be furnished at
least once a year.
The lease will Include the coal
mining rights only, but tlio lesce
may bc permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be
considered necessary for the workinng
of the mine at the rate of $10,00 an
acre.
For full information application
should bo mado to tho Secretary of
[the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent
of Dominion Laud**.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy Minister of the Interior.
N. B.—Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
for.—30090.
WATER NOTICE
IHhthIoii and Use
Tako notice tliat Arthur A. Ward
whose address is Cranbrook, B. C„ will
apply for a licence to take and use
125 ucro feet of water out of Prud-
hoinnio Creek, which flows westerly
from Moylo Mountain and drains Into
Peavino Crook about one half mile
from the mouth of Peavine Creek. The
water will bo diverted from the stream
at a point about twelve hundred feet
south east of tho north east corner
post of lot 297 and will be used for
Irrigation purpose upon the land described as lot 297. This notice was
posted on tbo ground on the llth day
uf September, 1916. A copy of tliis
notice and un application pursuant
thereto and to the "Water Act, 1914"
will be filed in the olllco of thc Water
Recorder at Cranbrook.
Objections to tlie application may be
llled wltli the snld Water Recorder or
with the Comptroller of Water Rights,
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B. C,
within thirty days after tlio flrst appearance of this notice In a local
newspaper.
A. A. WARD, Applicant.
The date of tho flrst publication of
this notico ls September 14th, 191*-
Mil' It. * I7-4L
SEVERE BRONCHIAL COLD
Yields To Delicious Vinol
Philadelphia, Pa.—"Last fall I was
troubled with n very severe bronchial
cold, headaches, backache, and nick to
lay Btomacll. I WBfl no had I became
alarmed and tried several medicines,
also a doctor, but did not get any relief.
A friend linked nn- to try Vino! and It
brought the, relief which I craved, BO
now I am enjoying perfect health."—
.Jack C. .SiMiOJTUN.
We guarantee) Vlnol for chronic
coughh, voids and bromsliitli.
Cranbrook Drug k- Book Company
Craubrook,   B. C.
Aho at thn best druggists In nil B. 0.
towns.
Big Sale of Flour
We Have a Carload of Flour Just in to
Sell at COST
PANTRY QUEEN FLOUR 100 Hi. Sack *'.".">
50 Hi. sack U-'.l"
SS lh. sack #1.85
For 500 lbs the price is $4.(15 per cwt,
MODEL FLOUR 100 Hi. Sack $1.50
50 Hi. sack $3.80
25 Hi. sack 11.80
For 500 lbs. the price is $4.40 per cwt.
Theso prleeoH are* COST. PiVfl Iteese'ee Flour by the- cierleeiiel eeeew
costs 10 e:,!iets per hundred we*li*lit more Ulan lie,- Pantry Quean that
is $4.85 per cwt.
This Hale lee tee pet yoei tee try these fleenrs. Tlee'y are- mado 111
Maeleod, Alta, by **«■ Maeleod Flouring Mills, who give- u** n money-
back guarantee on them.
Pantry Queen Flour won first prize- at the .Nelson Fair.
THESE I'ltKES NTAltT TO.IIAY AMI A UK (ll'KN FOK TEN HAYS
Cranbrook Trading Co., Ltd.
lanm
ts\ It "0ts the Bleeper,** whether large or small, light or leeeevy._ *\\\s
rcalltenl spinels "aive" tin.].*, pressure jeest riioiejiie 1„ eeiieeiileiin the
boely iee the pre,per position leer comfortable r,-.t. SJ Every BANNER
SPUING (patented July 1908) lens a GUARANTEED NON-RUST.
ING ENAMEL FINISH that p,,silively will inel eleeeeeeiR,, l..e<l.ti..K.
^Guaranteed feer 20 years aud beee-keel iey lho "Alaska" Trademark,
\\ Ye,ur deuler has it, or will get it, if you eisk I'or il by iittint'.
kThe  Alaska  Bedding  Company  Limited
Mtlkrrs 11/ lleeljleeee/j illlet Bedding
''tewjlfiSSS'* VANCOUVER    Cielaeiry     Reglna    •WINNIPEG
"ALASKA „,, «e> artlcl.ma.ee. tltgh ttn.l. ,:,.,, Parlkl."   64w
THE FINK MERCANTILE CO*, AGENTS, CRANBROOK, B.C.
Be Popular and Buy Popular
Goods at Popular Prices
Our SHAMROCK HAMS. BACON, LARD
BUTTER, etc., are unequalled
Bear in mind that good wholesome food is the
health giver
BUY FROM BURNS AND GET IT RIGHT
P. BURNS & CO., LIMITED
These Cool Mornings
You want something hot for breakfast. Try some of our ROLLED OATMEAL in package or bulk, followed
with a slice or so of good BACON such
as we sell. It will start the day right.
IRA  R.  MANNING, Ltd.
PHONE  56
THE QUALITY GROCERY
AMERICAN LINE
KXPKKSS   STEAMERS  BETWEEN   NEW   YORK ASD
MVERl'OOIi
AM- AMERICAN STEAMERS, UNDER THK AMERICAN FLAG
Kroonltuid - October 25
New York - October 23
Philadelphia - November 4
Finland - November 7
St. Louis - November ll
st. Paul   -   Novemtwr 18
lliiiririiifi* rht'i-kt'd tlirmmli to steamer dock  ut   New   York   In  Bond
No trouble with ( nstonis
For further information apply to Company's ofllco, CIS Second
Ave, Seattle, A, E. Disney, Agent, or Beale & Elwell; J. W. Spence,
Agent, C. P, It., Cranbrook.
We Take Complete Charge
of Your Family Washing
Don't work away your heallli and strength over your
family washing. It's needless and you're doing yourself
a gross injustice. We'll do your entire washing al a very
small expense.
Let us work for you. Let us satisfy you like we're satisfying a great many families now. We employ while help
only and use only the most modern equipment. Everything
is entirely sanitary and there is absolutely no danger from
Infection as may he possible where work is done* under unsanitary conditions.
Instead of playing yourself out next week give us ll
trial and let us demonstrate whal we can do.
Cranbrook  Steam  Laundry
Dry Cleaning & Dye Works
PHONE  157 OU 65 AND  HAVE OUR  WAGON CALL.
KEEP YOUR
SHOES NEAT
Preterre the leather and make yoar iImm wear lonm.
They contain no add and will not arack tha leather.
Eaiiett to um and their thine laste laager.
V. V. HAU.KY U .1 (...J., U.. H.-l... (\«j.
SHOE POLISHES THURSDAY, OCT. 26th 1916
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
PACK TIIItEB
Pride of Ownership
is accentuated when there ia a
knowledge of full perfection.
Such pride is natural to ttie
owner of one of our DIAMONDS.
There Is full assurance that tlte
",em Ib perfect In shape, color
and cutting—perfect ln every
way.
And tiiere Is an added gratification; the fact thnt the DIAMOND cannot deteriorate, but
wlll Increase fu value as time
goes on.
When considering Diamonds see
W. H. WILSON
•mvixi.it
Kilby repairs
shades.
umbrellas and sun
8     PHONE     8
I'KIJIi: QUALITY IN
FRESH  KILLED  PORK
ANII VEAL
CHOICE IIAIKV  HITTER
EGGS
COOKED MEATS
HAMS and BACON
Oar Own Make of
SAUSAGES
I'resli  Daily
Cranbrook Meat
Market
Safety Deposit Boxes to let at nominal rates—Apply to Beale & Blwell.
The only change in tlte new timetable which comes Into effect on the
29th, insofar as it effects Cranbrook,
is that No. 014 will arrive five minuter-
later, coming ln at 15.25 Pacific Time.
Mr. 13. H, Small left this week for
Vancouver wiiere he wlll tuke up his
residence. Mr. Smalt Is one of the i
old-timers of tliis district and known
to everybody.
Word hus beeu received from Major
Mallandaine that uniforms and equipment for tlte 107th to full peace
strength liave been promised and art-
expected to arrive lu alKitit three
week's time.
Mrs, J. II. Scott and daughter Winona, of Saskatoon, and  her mother,
P, Navln- of Moosejaw, both for-
Messrs. Burch and Crawford, who
left here recently with the Forestry
Battalion for overseas service, arrived back iu town this week having beeu
discharged at Montreal as medically
unfit A number of other men received the same treatment although they
had previously been pa-ssed, Mr. Burch
having passed two previous examinations.
MAM ADS.
2c per word for first week, and lc per
word for each week after.
Viili SALE- Ford
good order, cheap t'<
Kootenay Garage.
Touring Car,
r quick sale. —
42-lt
TOWBi TOPICS
Kilby Frames Pictures.
Big shipment of bulbs to hand. —
East Kootenay Greenhouse.
Storg >uur valuable documents In
Beale & El well's Safety Deposit Vault
Mrs. A. Miller ls visiting friends in
Lethbridge.
Private J. W. Crowe returned Monday to Vernon after spending u
month's furlough with Mrs. Crowe.
Holland bulbs for sale, new stock
just received. Kast Kootenay Greenhouse.
Wealthy Apples, per box $1.85. —
Cranbrook Trading Co.
Mr. Geo. Quirln of Calgary is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. J, M. Coutes.
Ford Canadian Monthly at Hex
Theatre Friday anil Saturday, Oct 20
and 21.
We nro currying a full line of boots
and shoes— Cranbrook Exchange,
Armstrong Ave.
Mrs. T. V.. South and ihldlren nre
holidaying at Radium Springs, Windermere.
H. W. McLeod. Aunt, Engineer, c p,
R., Winnipeg, was In the city to-duy
KoIhk west on 513,
Tulips, hyacinths, daffodils, freezes,
narcissus bulbs, now stock just. —
Kast Kootenay Greenhouse.
Mr.  und  Mrs   Allan  deWolf left on
Saturday on uu automobile trip   to
Spokane.
Mrs,
mer residents of Cranbrook, have beei
(he guests or Mrs. A. L. McDermott tin
past week,
Joseph James Whitehead, thfl seven-
year-old sou of James Whitehead,
Moyle, died In Cranbrook on Monday.
The funeral took place this afternoon
in Moyle, Father Kennedy conducting
tho services.
We aro carrying a full line of boots
and shoes.-— Cranbrook Exchange,
Armstrong Ave.
Miss Mabel Passmore left yesterday for Spokane wliere she will reside for the future. Miss Passmore wus
a member of the local telephone staff
for the last four years, and her many
friends will regret her departure.
Tho pastor of Knox Presbyterian
Church will begin a series of sermons
Sunday evening next taking for his
subject 'Why Does not God Intervene?'
At the morning service the pastor will
take up the study of tlte Life of Christ.
When we insisted that Plushes and
Fur Fabrics would be thc leading materials for Ladles' Coats this fall we
made no mistake. You are lnlvted to
call and look our lines and make com
parlsons and decide for yourself. We
specialize in this line.—W. D. Hill.
Fortunately, though, in spite of tlte
marked advance in prices, we had
made our selection early and are able
to show exclusive models that are
pleasing in style as well as price. Ask
to be shown the Ladies Chin Chin
Coats. —W. D. Hill.
Mr. J J. Smith has resigned his
position as manager of p. Burns Co.
and leaves in a few days Tor Vegre-
ville, Alherta, where he hus i«trchased
u business. While Mr. Smith has been
In Cranbrook little mon* than half a
year he has proven himself u capable
WAATE-U— Two experienced men
tor ploughing, highest wages. Beattie-
Murphy Co., Ltd. 42-lt
FOB MLK
in   ll.  c.  $10
Kingsgate, B. i
lhe only Mulefoot Pig!
tach,     H. L. Sawyer,
42-lt"
id i
lent  t
tbt he will
;it businesf
trie town.
IOU SALE- line base burner, ami
unager, and we have no """ h;tnl l,r Mltt C°H* heater—cheap.
make a success of the   Apply- Box 112 or phone 389,       42-2L
his own hook in the
FOK SALE   '
good condition.
Tin
Til RENT CHEAP Good stable also
warehouse, warm and dry, close In,
electric liniii Apply Herald or phone
425. 42-tf.
Grand International Auxilliary
i the Brotherhood of Locomotive En-
Ineers is occasionally enlivened with
iclal affairs arranged by the members
Ono of tho reconl occasions was when
they invited members or several Lodges in C. p, K circles to help celebrate
tlieir seventh anniversary, a large nnm
her responding,   Maple Hall was beau
tifully decorated and a merry party | Crunbrook on Wasa Road
sat down to tables laden with goode M. Doherty.
things to eat. The birthday cake being
ut by the President, all joining hand3
in the good old fashioned way, singing
Auld Lang Syne." .Music was furnished by the Crnnhrook Orchestra,
Dancing was enjoyed till a late hour.
o  roul   heaters,  In
Apply phone 875.
42-lt*
to It
! mixed
SALT -Twenty-five
"Ifteen mile*
heads  of
north ol
Apply A
42-2t*
The monthly meeting of the W. C. T.
l\ will be held* on the afternoon of
Thursday, Oct 28th at the residence of
Mrs. T. J. Brown, Burwell Ave.
HOUSEHOLD   FURNITURE   FOR
Sale—Enamel bed and springs, dress-
oak   rocker,    oak  library  table,
small kitchen cabinet, etc.   Apply 22'A
Lumsden Ave or plione 272. 42-lt
WILL TRADE nne SO H.P. ear In
good condition for heavy horses oi
cattle. Apply P. 0. Box 755, Cranbrook. 41-2t.
Stewart Taylor tefl on the noon
train lo-duy fof Spokane wliere lie will
spend a couple of weeks.
Ford Canadian Monthly nt Hex
Theatre Friday and Saturday, Oct 20
and 21.
Catholics, take notice! There will
be only one mass on Sunday next ut
10 o'clock.
Mcintosh apples. No. 1, por box J2, -
Crnnbrook Trading Co.
Modern cottages to rent.
Beale &. Klwell.
Apply to
W. A. Mather, Asst Gen. Superintendent C. P, It. Vancouver, passed
through Cranhrook ou Saturday on u
tour of inspection.
On account of the absence of Father
McGulre conducting early mass at the
Mission next Sunday there will be only
ono muss here at 10 o'clock.
Mrs. ltoy Myers and young son, of
Cherry Creek, loft on Monday to visit
her mother in Medicine Hat for a
month or so.
A miscellaneous shower In honor of
Miss Lillian Lensk was given on Wednesday by MrB. A. Reed and Mrs. J.
Woodman at the home of the Intter.
Tlie rooms were very prettily decorated with hearts and streamers, and
dainty refreshments wero served. The
fueita numbered about eighteen.
Mrs. J. M. Mains, of Toronto, asst.
vice pres. of the Grand International
Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, Is in the city Inspecting Selkirk Division No, 473
While in the city, Mrs. Mains is the
g'iest of pres. (Mrs) J. T. Sarvis
Cranbrook has been enjoying almost
ideul weather tills fall, lust weok being a real Indian summer. On Tuesday
there was a sudden drop in the temperature accompanied by some rain
which turned to a snowfall in the
foothills. Tlie weather since has boon
sharp and frosty but bright aud sunny.
A mooting of tho 107th was held in
the city hall on Saturday night to discuss with Major Mallandaine the
question of obtaining a hall for drill
during the winter, Tiiere was a small
attendance and it was arranged to
hold a further meeting fn the Parish
Hall on November 2nd when It ls
hoped tbere will be a larger turn-out.
Major Mallandaine expects to be
present at thnt meeting also.
Tlie Alexandra Club has been formed by members of tho Ladles' Auxilliary to the B. of it T. and Is giving
series of dunces during the winter
season, the second dance beiug on
Friday October the 27tll next, Dances
will be held afterwards every fourth
Friday. Admission Is by invitation
only.
Mr. Malcolm Gillespie nf the P
Hums Co. sustained a badly Fractured
ankle Tuesday evening while engaged
loading sheep nl the stock yards bete
Tho sheep were being loaded Into n
double-deck car and fn some manner
Mr, Gillespie tell rrom Ihe upper deck
lie was taken to llie hospital for treatment and win he laid up for some time
Miss Attree commenced her dancing
classes here on Wednesday this week
and the number anxious to take lessons has warranted her in holding
iisses every week in place of alternate weeks. Classes will be hold alternate Tuesdays aud Wednesdays next
lass being next Tuesday In the Parish
Hall.   Tho first class will bo at 5 o'-
lock for the junior children, second
lass at 7 for the seniors, and classes
at S o'clock for tho adults. Course of
ten class lessons, $10.00; five lessons
$0.00; junior class under ten, $5.00.
Private lessons by arrangement. For
further particulars write Miss Attree,
Box 304. Nelson, B. C.
Query—What is tlie Idea in watering
tlu? streets? Hhere used to be a prevalent belif that the streets were watered to keep down the dust and make
It more pleasant and cleanly for business men and others doing business
during the day, but the system in
vogue the last few weeks does not
bear out that opinion. After ull the
dust bas been blown off the streets
Into places of business, etc. then the
watering cart comes along at four or
five In the afternoon and wets the
streets down so that It is iu good shape
till the dust Is swept out of tbo stores
the following morning, when the whole
process is repeated—sort of perpetual j
motion, doncheltnow, If some one can !
explain  the  why and wherefors    we
will be glad to publish tholr cxplnna- Land Post oiHco work
tio,L 23B, Herald.
FURNISHED HOUSE TO LET— 7
roomed house, well furnished, hot
water heating, fire places. Will rent
reasonable to suitable party. Apply
Martin Bros. 42-tf
WANTED—Position In general store
as grocery clerk, capable of taking full
charge.    Best of references.    Under-
Apply  box
42-lt*
XMAS GIFTS FOR SOLDIERS
j    FOH SALE— Universal Dictionary
■—   - in  four volumes; the New Students'
The following donations have been Reference Work in five volumes. To
bo sacrificed at $1.00 a volume. Apply at Herald Ollice. 40-tf
WEAK, AILING CHILD
Made Strong By Delicious Vinol
Ukcport, N. H.—"Our little girl 8
years of age wu in a debilitated, rundown condition and had a stubborn
cough to she was weak and ailing all
the time, Nothing helped her until
we tried Vinol. Then her appetite
iiicreatied and she Is strong and well, and
I win], uther parents of weak, delicate
children would try Vlnol*"—Geo. A.
Collins.
This in becalm* Vlnol contains beef
and cod liver p*?ptoni.i. iron and
iiiaiigiiiii-M'- peptouHleM and glyecro*
pltonjihates which alui nredud,
Cranbrook Drug f- Book Company
Cranbrook,   II. 0,
Also at the best druggists lu all II. 0,
tewna
received by the St. John Ambulance
Association this week iu aid of the
Christmas boxes for the soldiers; Miss
Em silo 2 pr, sucks; Mrs. t. M. Roberts
$1.00, Mrs. Wllmot, .laffray, $10.50.
Thin money was raised by Mrs. Wllmot
by means of a tea and was donated to
the Association for this purpose.
At a meeting Of the Association held
on the 17th tlie sum of $37.60 was voted, which in addition to the above nnd
the $1.00 acknowledged last week,
will bring the amount up to $50.00 to
bo forwarded to the Field Comforts
Commission to be spent lu buying
gifts for the soldiers.
In addition to this a box containing
upwards of eighty-live pair of socks
will bo forwarded for the snme purpose fn the course of a few days.
1011 FOKB CAR For Sale, good as
new, splendid condition, Master Vibrator Speedor-up, Prcstollte and electric horn, speedometer and accessories
?;i50, can try out. New tires this year.
'An Winchester for sale. Apply box
22 B, Herald office. 41-3t
AUCTION SALE
OF   FARM   STOCK,   ETC.
I have been Instructed to sell by
Public Auction on
MONDAY,   OCTOBER   33rd
11)111, at \\\M |i.m.
At the Fred Verhaest .Ranch half
mile south uf Fernie, near tbe Fernie-
Fort Steele Brewing Company's pro-
pert), the following Hairy Stock and
other propertyi—*
40MILCH COWS,   It BULL CALVES,
5 HEIFERS   2 YEARS OLD
2 BULLS,  1%   YEARS OLD
1   BULL, A  YEARS OLD
5 YEAIILLNG HEIFERS
1 TEAM MAKES: 1 TEAM GELDINGS
1 MILK WAGON; 2   MILK SLEIGHS
3 HEAVY   BOH  SLEIGHS
WAGGONS, 1 CHURN
I  HIDING  SADDLE,
1   MILK   SEPARATOR
25   TEN-GALLON   MILK   CANS
1 STOCK BOILER,
uhlic bodies likely to j l STABLE, 00 x 100. in good repair,
capable of accomodating 120 head
of stock.
2 COTTAGES, 3 rooms   and   pantry
each, plastered and In good repair.
1 COTTAGE, six rooms, plastered and
in good repair.
1   HORSE  STABLE, 24x25. Wlftl galvanized roof.
1   HAY  BARN,    1  MILK HOUSE
1 SAFE,     1 ROLL TOP DESK
And a number of otlier articles too
numerous to mention.
Anybody desiring to secure the property as u going concern can do mi
by purchasing tbe building and leasing the land from the Crows .Nest Pass
Coal Co.   The ground lease at present
costs ij-ls per month.    All the above
property will he sold without reserve,
TKHMMt •-':» per rent rash; balance
In *i\ and nine mouths bearing alx
|M*r cent Interest.
For further particulars apply to
MB!) VKKHAFST, proprietor,
or GEORGE CORY,
12-lt Licensed Aurtloneer.
A COXFRRRXt i: FOR CHANUROOK
CITIZENS
Tlie forthcoming conference upon
municipal law and conditions Is arousing a great deal of interest in the town.
The subject is one ot very live Interest
aud as applied to local aftairs may
have a very decided effect upon our
municipal life This will probably be .2 HEAVY
the lirst time upon whicli an open
forum of citizens has been called to
discuss its civic Interests.
The varioti
be interested
delegates. Tl
nier's Instituti
oral nnd Co
Retail Mercti
Council, etc.
Among the questions to he discussed
are: The Powers of the City Council,
tbeir extension and reduction; What a
private citizen can do in case of maladministration; Women's place In civic
life; The civic officials and their pOW-
mnglBtrates, J, P.'s, Police Commission, mayor, etc; Tlie teaching of
civics in the schools: how the laws
broken, The subject of the ap-
ipolntmont of a vlgllence committee will
iso bc discussed. The conference will
be opon to the public and all Interest-
d In the welfare of Cranbrook are
invited. Note the date Thursday, November 2nd. at 8 pin.
arc heing Invited to send
ieso will include the Far*
. Women's Institute, Lib
nservative Associations,
ant's   Association,  city
The Household Remedy
for the ailments from which almost everyone sometimes
suffers—sick headache, constipation, disturbed sleep.
r.iuddy complexion, lassitude, backache, depression and
other results of a disordered digestive system—is
They have achieved the distinction of being the most
widely used medicine in the world, because millions of
people have found thorn dependable, speedy and sure in
their action on Btomach, liver, kidneys and bowels.
Compounele'il freeeei vcgotablo products, Beecham's Pills are free from
harmful minerals and dangerous drugs. They do not promote the
physiclng habit-«'.. not irritate; the bowels. Should betaken by every
member (ef the family at the first sign of Iltncss— so mild and effective
that they arc Kernel fen- tho aged, and for the ills of childhood, are
Wort ta a Guinea a Box
Excl
xciusive
Styles
Tlie> re putatlon we hold
;is demonstrators of Ilifrh
clnss Garments for Ladles
its shown by the' foremost
originators of styles in
America, has again 1 >«><-«*.
amply demonstrated by our
record sales see far this Autumn, i mi j- range of Ladies'
Suits and Coals for this
season is the latest word in
style and efficiency, We
invite, ihe* cureful buyer
who considers Individuality
in appearance tee Inspect
our Models. The accompanying Model is rnie* of the
many
clusivi
showing ex-
W. D. HILL
Specializing   in    la,
anil Cu.ie-
The
Perfect
Gum
in the
Perfect
Package
LEYS
is sealed — that's the thing I
like about it. No matter when
or where I buy it, the flavor
is there — full strength, and
it's fresh and clean.
So I always make sure to
get Wrigley's in the sealed
package —it's the greatest five
cents' worth of beneficial enjoyment I can buy.
Write Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co. Ltd.,
Wrigley Building, Toronto,
for free jinj-le book by
the   Spearmen.
C1IHIST  CHCKCH
Itev W. H. Iirieli;,*. Hector
8.00 a.m.—Holy Communion.
11.00 a.m.—Matinee and J.lueny.
3.00 p.m.—Sunday School.
7.30 p.m.—EYi'ieeeieiiK,
linns
Niblock—On Saturday, Octobor nth,
lien;, nt Mra. Dent's hospital, to Mr.
und Mrs. J. s. Niblock, n son.
CuvnnuKli    At Mree  It,'tit's Hospital, eut
Thursday, Octobor 19th, UU, to Mr
tnd lira. J. Cnvuiiagli, a daujehteer.
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada. Limited
Ofllce, Smelting and iMinin*, Department
THAU.,   BRITISH COLUMBIA
S M Vs is T E II S  A N 11   K E VI N E R S
I'urcliBJori of tiiilil. SHrer. Conned and Lead Ores
TRAIL BRAND PIO. I.KAI), BLUHBTONE AND 8PBLTER fAGE FOUR
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
THURSDAY, OCT. 26th 1916
PROFESSIONS
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Barristers,
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j.
Spreull
CRANBROOK,
B.
C.
LODGE AND SOCIETY CAKD8
DBS. KIMi & GREJ
Physicians anil Sitrtrt
Ollice at residence, Arms
Avciteio
OFFICE HOURS
IN
nns
rung
10.00
4.00
S.30
4.30
Afternoons 2.00   o
Evening3  7.30 to
Sundays  2.30 to
CRANBROOK, 11. C.
I.O. O.K.
KEV CITV LODGE, No. 42
Meeta   evo^y
■■*-"-v--. i    Monday night
r-xi •Vi"i?'V    at Fraternity
Hall.     Sojourning   Oddfellows
cordially invited.
E, II  McPHEE,        S. FYLES,
Secy. N. G.
DISTRICT NEWS
III!. 1'. 11. MILES
DENTIST
Office In Hanson Block
OFFICE HOURS
9 to 12 a.m.
1 to   5 p.m.
CRANBROOK, U. C.
KMGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Crunbrook, B. C.
Meets svery Tuesday at 8 ie.m. in
ttie Fraternity Hall
It. 0. Carr, C, C.
P. lie V, ip Hunt, K. R, & S.
P, O. Box 582
Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend.
WALDO
The International Hotel was Saturday evening the scene of a large gathering of men women and children, to
take; inert In an entertainment given in
aid of Red Cross. Whist was played
from eight to ten thirty from which,
Mrs. A. J Smith and Mr. Jack Clarey
carried off ttie honors. After cards
ttie tables were laden with a sump-
tuous Bupper. Mrs. Holllster, Misses
Lewis, Baker, and Conrad, played the
liianee feer tlle dancing which followed,
nnil was groatly enjoyed until 4 a.m.
Mrs. Oeo. llateteiate returned een Sut-
nrilay freein a visit in t'ranbrook.
Alex Cameron eef Kimberley, spent a
holiday here hunting aud l'islilng for
a week.
Much sympathy is extended iiy the
many frlondB eif Mr. mid Mrs. James
Whitehead for the loss eer tlii'lr son
Joo, whose death occurred em the 16th,
arter a loug illness nt Mr.e. Bent's llees
Pltal.
CRANBROOK COTTAGE
HOSPITAL
Maternity und General Nursing
Garden Ave.
Terms on Application
MRS. A. SALMON', Matron
rltono 2f,i) I'. O- Box sir,
OVERSEAS CLUB
Meets in Maple Hall second
Tuesday ot every month at 8
P. m.
Membership open to British
citizens.
Visiting numbers cordially
welcomed,
E. Y. Brake.        J. F. Lower,
President. Secretary
Phone 848 P. O. Box ES5
\V. I!. BEATTY
Funeral Director anil Einbnlmot
I'ndortiiking i'arleers
Fenwick Ave, near Baker St.
LATDLAW & DEWOLF
Civil and Mining Engineers
B. ('. Lund Surveyor*.
CRANBROOK, B. C,
F. M. MACPHERSON
Undertaker
Buy I'hume 288,  Night PhOBC 35
Nierhnrj Ave', next tie Ci!) Hall
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meets in the
Maple       Hull
tlrst   Tuesday
ivV.-eT i afternoon    of
a**ay''-e-s£eyV\ every    month
,*3*K«.-?:!._   at 3 P.m.
Pros., Mrs. W.
11.  McFarlane.
y, Mrs. John Shaw, P. O. Beex 442
All Indies cordially Invited.
MAHYSVII.U;
The Shoe Specialist
JOE MAKArODI
Satisfaction (imtrantecd
Headquarter.* for nil kinds of
Repairs
Phone 105 P* 0* Box 83
l>KOF. C. V. NIDD
OrKimlst Mctliodlst Church
llpctilvfiR Pupils for
Organ, Pianoforte, Voice
Etc.
Stmlio: V, Norbnry Ave.
L. nr. SMITH
MAT RENOVATOR
Ladles and Gentlemen's Hats
Cleaned and Blocked
oi.l) STYLES REMODELLED
Phono 204
Till]  HOME  ItAKEKY
Unlit. Frame, Prop.
I resit Itreiul, Cakes, lMcs
anil Pastry
riione 37
Norbury Ave.      Opp. City Hall
Mex IlotlRson of Cay ley, Altn, is ex
pected to arrive any day with a mining
Xpert from Calgary, who wlll exam
im* Mr. Hodgson's property situnteii
oil the St. Marys Hiver u few miles a*
bovo the lake.
The Evans Bros, of Mount Evans,
White Fish (.'rock aro in town await-
inK the arrival of a mining magnate
who will inspect their property which
is situated on White Fish Creek. We
Wish tbe Kvans Bros, who havo been
working steadily for the past twelve
years ut their claim, good luek.
Tin* Misses May and BertUa Barclay of Cranbrook were visiting at
tlieir home here on Saturday.
The Hev. Keyworth of Cranbrook
conducted services here on Sunday
lust, he wus accompanied by Mrs. Key-
worth.
Mr. and Mrs. Conover of Meadow
Hrook spent Sunday at tlie Broad View-
Hunch.
Hans Lund of St. Marys Lake Bpent
the week end hi town.
Mrs. W. Meachen of St. Marys Lake
who has for the past two weeks heen
visiting friends at Marysville, Cranbrook, and Cherry (.'reek, returned to
Iter home on Monday.
B. Keer the local dairyman return-
d on Friday trom Calgary witli a car-
loud of the finest Holsteins that could
be obtained.
Mr. and Mrs. Cuire who spent their
honeymoon at Seattle and Spokane
returned on Friday, and huve taken
up residence at the Sullivan Mine
where Mr. Cairo ia employed on tbe
staff.
Those from Marysville who attended the patriotic, dance at the Sullivan
Mine on Suturduy were, Mr. and Mrs.
Hannan, tieo. Ellis, Mrs. G. James,
Mrs. Handley, Miss Handley, Ed. Hand
ley, H. C. Lund, B. Lundin, and James
Miller, ull reporting u swell time.
DO YOU
IMAGINE
that your Bkln trouble is Incurable
because ordinary treatments have
failed! It 30 get Zam-Buk and
prove, as thousands ot others have,
that Zam-Buk Is capable 0! heating after everything else has tailed!
Mra. Horgan, ot 183 Manning
Ave., Toronto, writes: "For eight
months my little son's face was
simply covered vlth eczema. The
pain and irritation were so intenso
that he could not Bleep. He received treatment at a hospital, but
It did him no good. Tlten I heard
of Zam-Buk and commenced using
lt. It really worked wonders. Tho
pain ond irritation soon disappear*
ed. and 1 could notice a deecided
Improvement. I persevered with
the treatment until now lelfl face
is quite free from sores and Ills
akin is perfectly clear. I cannot
be grateful enough for what Zam-
Buk has elone. and I shall never bo
without lt."
Zam-Buk Is eeiually good for ringworm, salt rheum, blood-poisoning,
ulcers, old seii-os, piles, hums,
scalds, cuta und all Bkln Injuries.
50c. box, 3 for (1.16, all druggists
or Zam-Buk Co., Toronto.
SJUIHMJK
It vou want satisfaction
with vour washing
semi it lo
INTANA I..U'NI>ltY
Siecciiil prices for family
work
|i*»sM
1 mm &BEJ5...
Kcej.5ets.|iAtli
ISO'S UNIMEX
— LIMITED — •
'.saemocr.e;1. i^r,/;*w
YARMOUTIUI.S.
Beware
nf
Imitations
Sold
oil the
Merits
of
UN A MI'S
N1MENT
Cranbe'ook friends, also those from
Bull River, Wiisu, and Kimberley.
Emil Banks left last week for Perry
Greek.
Mr. Geo. Judd, Elko, spent last week
in town.
A. A. Ward and Frank Harmor, Mr.
and Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Hersey, Mrs. Jeffries, Mrs. Clark, were last weeks'
isltors from Cranbrook.
Mrs. J. Metcalfe left on Monday for
Sheep Creek aftor a months' visit In
town.
Miss Selma Anderson left on Thursday for her home in Invermere, wiiere
she will visit for a few weeks.
Mr. Murray of Cranbrook was the
week  end  visitor of Mr.  F.  Watson.
Last years' lied Cross accounts show
that 15S3 pieces of work were sent to
the front; 69 handkerchiefs, 637 head-
bandages, 701 ni. t. bandages, 8 pieces
of old linen, 78 wasle cloths, 8 iee bags
33 bedside bags. 400 mouth wipes, 3
pairs tnits, 101 pairs socks. These
were sent in five shipments.
Late in October a Xmas shipment
of socks and $0.00 was sent. A letter
of thanks wus received on tlie 16th
from Hon. Supt. of supplies, saying
tliey had now received all the socks
necessary for Xmas presents to tlie sol
dters. The socks are each to be filled
with the following:-pocket mirror, pen,
pencil, envelopes, paper, chewing gum.
cigarettes, tobacco, pipe life-buoy
peppermints, soap, waslirag. handkerchiefs.
(MAS.  S.   1
ARKER
Forwarding  and
Distributing
Agent
eer
Uthbrlita
('mil
Xl-lte I'e
.viler
Imperial Iili Co,
rnnxfprrlng
Given prei.upt
attention
Pbone
6:1
rm:
COEUR D'ALENE
Spokane, Washington
the hotel with a
personality
This house lias the
happy distinction ot heing tho favorite stopping place in Spokane
for tho people of BrltlBh
Columbia We appreciate
tliis patronage ami do
everything In onr power
to make you comfortable.
Our location  Is  excellent —
dose lei Groat Neirllierii Slatleell
iinei 0. W it * N. Milwaukee
terminal. 11111I wlllnn 11 minute's
walk from Uu' principal business
hOUSe*. snel piliee-s eif amuse-lni'llt.
See   Slenmtililu   on   Hoof
.   DeVAN'Si:&ENCHPILLS«
.. rill for Women, J") a box or thrcofor
;,. .- :.| nt t.1l UruB Btorw, or inntleil to nny
a.iiJrc»son receipt oi prico.   Tub Suoiikli. D*«d
PHOsVaoNOLFOR MEN.""?K3
Vitality; for Norve ami Hittn* Increases "grey
mattor':aTonIc—willbutltlyou up. nai.oi.nr
two for Ll, ut 'Inn; olnrff*. or t»y mull on rerdra
nr price In 1: BOQWLL l>*va Co., St. C*tl«riDW,
finlitriu.
NOTICE IS HBM2BY OIVKN tlmt
tht.* reserve existing on certain lands
in Um vicinity ot Luke Creole, Cranbrook District, surveyed as Lot flOUP,
Knotcnay District, by reason of n notice whicli appeared in tin British
1 olumbla Gazetto on the 27th of Docembor, 1!H)7, is cancelled, and that all
vacant Crown lands within the boundaries of said lot wlll he open to pre
emption entry on Monday, the 13th day
of November, 1016, at thc hour of nine
o'clock In the forenoon.
Applications for entry will be ro*
eclved at the ollice of the Government
Agont, at Cranhrook, and must bn confined to an area not exceeding 1110
acres.
R,   A.   M3NWICK,
Deputy Minister of Lands.
Lands Dept., Victoria, B, <*.
1st September, 1910. Sfl-101.
ELKO
Its aggravating to read says Jim
Thistlebeak, that the Italian Grand
Army consumed 170,000,000 gallons of
wine, and here in li. C. you can't get
a drink until noon.
Mr. J. Black K. C. U. of Vancouver,
Knight of Commercial Huggers, was
in Klko tills week and Kcotenay River
points, grabbing big business for his
firm. They don't make 'hem any better than Jim if lie is Irish am" a grit.
Messrs. J. Colvln end Hoy Sharp of
.Nelson are in the bent town in tbe
t'rows Nest Pass this week, doing a
land office business.   Both Gentlemen
and scholars.
Mr. J. Findley of Shawnigan Lake,
who owns considerable property in
tiie Tobacco Plains country was in
Klko and Flagstone tills week.
The Juvenile Bostontans have beeit
playing In Fernie to crowded houses
says the Fernie Free Press, nnd still
says Jim Thistlebcak the burlesque
shows are not as well attended as they
used to be and there's a reason. A man
dencsn't have to go to the theatre to
see legs, be can stand on the street.
Calgary Cabaret shows are trying
their darndest to outpoint Spokane,
Chrysanthemum Snlad is the latest
freak lunch, following macaroni nnd
onions,    lt should be very appetizing.
Mr. and Mrs. ('. A. Klingensmith,
Mrs. Hugh Watt and Miss M. Nicholson
motored to Hull River Sunday visiting
with Mrs.  Kd.  Klingensmith.
Some nf the Queen Bees of New
York havo formed n club to suppress
gossip, so you may send your gossip
to that organization and hnve it suppressed hy experts. Close thc door
Lillian, tin* cop's on tbe sidewalk.
Ed, Clay of Vancouver, who sells
Noodles and other Italian vegetables
was in Elko this week with samples of
macaroni, as hollow as a press agent's
stories.
Mr. Dunlop of the Remington Typewriter Co. of Calgary, was in Elko und
tin* south country this week with sample machines. His rendition of
"Mary's making moonshine for the
Monks" on the new total adder and
sublractor, was sublime and a sale
getter. It pnys to advertlae if you have
tlie goods.
Mrs. Stewart of Winnipeg Is visiting
her mother. Mrs. K. M. llrewer, South
Pork fruit tracts.
A Calgary man went home the other
night with a red flag pinned tu Ills
coat tails, hut his wife could sec by
the size of his load that he wns observing tlie new ordinance.
In Brandon, Manltobn, last week, tbe
Methodist team defented thc Baptist
team at base-ball. Jim Thistlebeak
says tin* Baptists should retail.:!.-? and
challenge the Methodists to n swimming match.
Billy White, miner of Fort Steele,
started work at the Burton Mine this
week. Manager Caldwell Is putting up
new buildings for the employees.
Miss-Amclin*Son-Of-A-Gun, was in
Elko this week from Tobuceo Plains,
Indian Reserve, with headed mocassins and buckskin gloves.
Ni:,\l, INSTITUTE
Thnt craving gnawing desire that
consnme*i yonr very soul is removed In
Just three days. No bad ufter effects,
or nliirn of the desire, unless ulcohnl
Is willfully Indulged In on tbe part of
the graduate Write for booklet, Neal
Inslllnte, Cranbrook, IV C.
TENUIS FINALS
In the finals In the local tennis
tournament H. Mcllwalne nnd D. A.
Kay won the Men's Doubles from N. A.
Wallinger nnd T. H. Kay 6-8, 6-4, 6-3.
The finals in thc Indies' Doubles
will be played off Saturday afternoon
at 3 o'clock between Mrs. Moth and
Mrs. MacLeod against Miss Drummond
and Miss Wallinger. This will no
doubt be a good game, nnd will about
wind up tennis for the season.
CANADIAN PATRIOTIC Fl'MI
The local treasurer of the Pntriotic
Fund, Cranbrook Brancii, reports the
following subscriptions for the past
three months: July $1481.31, August
$1226.15, September $1211.78. The disbursements for the same months a-
mountcd to $899.97, $945.22 and $86»,22.
The total number of families on the
list ls forty one, and thc children
number eighty-four. Any subscriber
to thc Fund who may wish information
regarding tlie handling of the Funds
will be gladly furnished it on application to the Secretary or the Treasurer.
POET STEELE
Tlie Red Cross dance which took
place last Wednesday night was nn
all round BUOCesS. $75.00 was cleared
and will be sent to lieadiiuarterH.
Tlie danco was held In the Band Hnll
which wns decnrnteil with Chinese
lanterns, flags nnd flue hranrhoH. In
the Masonic Hnll, supper was served
during the entire evening. Thero were
also booths with hnme made jollies,
candy etc., and last hut not least a
palmistry booth. The Masonic Hall
wus decorated In white with red crosses, nnd the Indies 111 utleiiilnneo wore
Red cross uniforms,
We  were   pleased to nee OUf  many
moyie HELPS red muss
In response to the call by Lord
Lnnsdowne for funds to the Red Cross
all the Moyieltes gathered at the International Hotel on Saturday evening
where a harvest supper was held. A
very enjoyable evening was spent In
amusements of various kinds. The
gathering was addressed by Mr. J. W.
Fitch, who in a few pleasing remarks
told thc audience of the many heroic
deeds of the Red Cross agents on the
battle field.
The supper that was served by the
ladles is one that cannot be long forgotten, and goes to show the Interest
thoy take In a worthy cause. Mr. and
Mrs. M. J. Bonner of tho International
Hotel did their part in making tho affair a success. Mr. and Mrs. L. A.
Home, tlie promoters of tho entertainment deserve special comment for
this work for a worthy cause.
Mr. and Mrs. Home wish to thank
tho people of Moyle for tholr kind pat-
ronago, ulso tiie friends of the Rod
Cross who furnished the music. The
sum of $40 was realized and forwarded to Ixird Lansdowne by Mr. Home
as Moyie's part of the work.
Physician's
Eczema Remedy
Dr. Holmes, the well-known akin
specialist, writes:
"I nni convinced thnt thc D.D.I). Prescription Is as much a specific for
Eczema aa qulnlo for malaria, I
have been prescribing thc D.D.D. remedy tor years."
This soothing combination of oil
of Wlntergren, Thymol nnd other heal-
Ing Ingredients called D.D.D. Proa-
ncrlptlon Is now a favorite re'ineely of
skin specialists for nil skin diseases.
It penetrates tho pores, gives Instant
relief from thc most dlstrsslng itch.
Its soothing oils quleekly heals the inflamed tissues.
Como to us and we will tell you
moro nbout this remarkable remedy
Your money back unless the first bottle re'lle'ves you. I). D. D. Soap ke'e'ps
your akin healthy. Ask about It.
Cranbrook Drug « Hook Co.
OranbrooK. b. c.
Quality Counts
, Our policy has always been to handle
only the best quality of merchandise,
nothing but the quality Fink guarantees.
During these times of war and depression it is
hard, and in many cases impossible, to get anything like the old qualities, however we are searching the markets of the world for the best and are
still guaranteeing everything.
Atroncv
PICTORIAL REVIEW
PATTERNS
Vour .Money Hark
il* Goods ure neit as
Represented
95 Cents' Worth of Talmolive*
for ONLY 50 Cents!
3 Cakes of PALMOLIVE Soap, a hs cf
PALMOLIVK Vanishing Cream or a bon of
PALMGLIYE Po\vder-50ccnt;jbuysthi3assortment ?.t this rAorc. A wonderful opportunity to
stock un on fine toilet goods at a fraction of ths
u.*-ual cost—the price cr the three calces of so::p is
usually 45 cent*, that of the cream cr powder SO
cents—you £ct an actual 05 centa'value in all!
Bc.tTcoiiiQ in and (jet yours now—you may want t*.» repeat—you know PALMOLIVE quality. No restrict inns,
asiniiclia*iynii want—•■mendCl.OOnnd pet Gcalteaof soap
and both Vesk&rij C.-uar.» ar.d Towtlsr.
mi^imm
•PALMOUVt .PALMOLIVE 'PAIMOIIYE
These Three With
,rt this o? this
llEATTIE.Ml'HPlIY CO.,
The J|**"fla Store
LTD.
r
Auditorium Theatre
REX Theatre
UNDER ONE FFF1C1KNT
MANAGEMENT
AUUITOTIUM
(inmil Oneilng, Winter Season
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27
llui' nlghl only
Stuart-While's  Elaborate, Musical lAtnniiLMiu™
AM.A1)I> JR.,  AMI HIS
WONDERFUL LAMP
I'rlees     -     if UNI. JSc and SO*.
Curtain ut 8.10
TUESDAY. OCTOBER 81
One Nlgllt nnly
THE   BIRTH   <>V   A
NATION
Prices tUrtl and tUK)
R E X—TO-MORROW
FRI. & SAT, OCT 20 &21
William Fox rresents tho Incomparable T1IKBA BAHA the
most talked ot Vaneielre Woman on the Screen In
TIIE TWO ORPHANS
A Magnificent S liart production
Usual I'rlees
WED. NEXT, OCT. Bfttli
One Night onlf
The Wonderful und Novel
WILLIAMSON
SUBMARINE PICTURES
in  7  ri'e'lB.    Ported  DndorBoa
photography "Ith Thrills. .■x<lt<--
tnont, ue'tleeu eveTy minute'.    S''e'
Ihe Borumdun Hoys diving feer
coins. See the attack nml slaying nt ii live shark undor wator
by n ilnrlnc while man. Se*<* the
heuutll'ul Gordon eef the' Doop
wonders eepeeneel tee your vision.
Prices, Ailulls •■;,(*, children Hie.
(The Iron (.'law will be shown
Thursday only the week In
question.)
Wntele for Further Important
Announcements!
t'orporation of the City ot Cninhrook
TAX SAI.K
Notice ls hereby given thnt by resei-
lntion ot the Council under authority
„r tlie Municipal Act 1916, the binds
purchased by the Municipality nt the
Tax Sale held on August 21st may be
purchased by any person or persors
desiring to purchase same.
Those lands can be purchased at tie
upset price, together with Interest it
the, rate of 8 per cent per nnniiin.froin
the snld 21st day of August, nnd tl e
persons purchasing same wlll be entitled to tbe samo peewters as If |eut-
ohnsi'd at tho Tax Sale.
Offers for thee purchase eef the property will be received In rotation.
T. M. ItOHHItTS,       !
42-21 ''Hy f'leri
AUDITORIUM      THEATRE
iim: night only
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27th
F  MiiiirMYIitiu l'Mgcnta a ltcttl (Mil Country Pantomim*
"ALADDIN
AND HIS WONDERFUL LAMP''
WITH A COMPANY OP THIH'IY  PKOPI.K
PRICES    -    50c, 75c and $1.00
r.ir|Htratlon ni ihe t'ity of Cmutiroitk
STREET1 CLEANING
.imiM'il  h)   I'nniiu'iiil  UoM'rniumt
CRAMW-JOOK
Tlle eltlze'lls lire*  reqllOStOd em    llllll     (** rs,*i n rvai     H/.oraafrnl
after the 21st Inst, not to pile ashoa    <wUlt<lgC    I M'spilUI
or garbage In the alleyways, but at
thee roar of the lot, convenient feer re-1
movnl.  The placing of sueh nslws, otc. PRIVATE MATERNITY HOME
has been found to Interfere wltll the
flow of surfaee wnter, nnd lens boem
tho cause of much Inconvenience to
property owners.
T. M. HOliERTS,
42-2t Olty Clerk.
Corporation of the City uf Crnnbrook
CHANGE OK LOCAL TIMK
Notice Is hereby given that tbe Council have passed a resolution in view of
tbe decision of the Canadian Pnelfic
Hallway to change   the   time   from
Mountain time to Pacific time tn this
district; the resolution Is as follows:
"That In view of the change of
time ley the Canadian Pacific Railway  from   Mountain   to   Pacific
Time, tbe Council recommend that
the citizens of Crnnbrook do trom
tho tlmo of such change, ndopt
sueh Pacific tlmo."
It Is understood thnt sucli cbnngc
wlll tnke effect as from midnight on
Sunday tho 29th InBt.
' T. M- ROBERTS,
42-21 City Clork.
COMPOKTAIILi: ACCOMMODATION
KOR PATIENTS AWAITING
ACCOl'CHMENT
Terms Moderate | Pleasant Situation
and well equipped. Write for Prospectus   to
MRS. A. SALMON, Matron
P. O. llox Mt.1 Telephone S!i9
Hospital Address, 210 Garden Ave.
CRANBROOK,   11. C.
METHODIST CHCRCH
Pastor—Rev. Thos. Keyworth.
Organist Prof. Chas. P. Nidd
Srvlees nt 11.nm. and 7.80 p.m.
Sunday School nnd Ladies' Onward
lUhln Class nt 3.p.m.
Pastor wlll prneh at both service*.

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