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THE CRANBROOK HERALD
VOLUME 24
PROBINOIAL LIBRARY
A|ir. 1-1923
CRANBROOK, B.C., FRIDAY-, DECEMBER L'lltli,    182_
Prepare for the Ball The ilS^fi l. a on New Year's Ni
Accomplishments   :
of Session Slim
Houni*   Adjourned   I.iimI   M>ek
l.ciivlnir  Many   Hit*   Qhoh-
I lolls   I'lit-Mlt-llitl
Tho
OBITUARY
MIIS. AXNIB MIM-TATT
rioaih  occurred  on  Saturday
(Special to thtt Harold)
Victoria, B.C., Dec an.—"Well, we
not liy." This wan tho general expression made liy the Liberal members
or die liriiisii Columbia Legislature on
.satiiniiiy afternoon laut. when the
third session of tin1 Il.(\ limine prorogued to meet again next fall. unless :
otherwise culled by the Premier or
tho Lieutenant-Governor. Never In
recent years lian there been a Session i
ro lacking in features advanced liy the'
Government of the day as the 1022
one.
XO PRONOUNCEMENT
ON P.A.E.
The Pacific Great Eastern Railway
project, of interest to the whole of the
Province now that tlie tax payers have I
InCtornflou last, December 28rfl, at the
St, Bugeno Hospiial, of Mrs. Annie
Moffatt, relict of the lulu Mr. James
(Moffatt, Her advanced years, and tho
[feci (hat she had not for some liinu
i heen onjoylug good health, lmd [ore-
told thai the emi was not far off. hut
all Ihal was possible lo slave off the
inroads of disease hatl been done.
i Since coming from tlie Eust thin
summer, the lute Mrs. Moffatt had
made her home witli Iter daughter,
'Mrs. A. W. Hodgson, but some timo
before the end when it was seen her
condition was becoming serious, she
was removed to the Hospital.
Deceased was horn In St. John, N.B.
on August 25th, 184tf. She became
j united in marriage to Mr. James Motif alt, a merchant of Amherst, wlio pre-
i deceased her. three years ago. Mr.
aud Mrs. Moffutt spent tlie greater
part of their lives In Amherst, and
OVERSEAS OFFICER, IRESILTS OF Tilt:
BROTHER OF LOCAL RES-   J       XMAS   EXAMirvAiONS
MENTS, PASSES AWAY] CRANHROOK 1414-11 SCHOOL!
BIG AUDIENCE AT CAROL
CONCERT ON THE NIGHT   I
OF   CHRISTMAS   EVE
U. W.V.A.  NOTES
.   a    n ■■■■«■ m *« ti      I    The results or the Christmas exam-
Date Col. J. II. McPhee of Bw-1.„,,,_„„ „„,„ „„_.„_ ,1|0 ks, „,„ J
HL-boul are tabuluted below.    For the
rlc, Hose From The Ranks
Im Comraand of Battalion
I thoy are still held ln blessed memory
become saddled with an expenditure||)y []le (.iIjZ(M]!. of 1)mt ])hu,e    They
wero iiroininent Baptists iu a Baptist
community, and liberal supporters of
of some $40,000,000, remained unset
tied even though the general public
was expecting some dellnite announcement from Premier Oliver. It was
here that the caucus ruled, the Liberal members wishing to leave well
enough alone, and they so Informed
the head of the Government.
As a result, the Premier, accompanied by his new Minister of Hallways,
Hon. Dr. MacLean, will shortly visit
the territory tapped by the Government owned line, and will Investigate
conditions whicli may lead to a resumption of work towards Fort
George, the reports of Messrs. Sullivan, Hlnton, and Dennis notwithstanding.
Nothing was done as to unemployment, Civil Service reform, and
relief from taxation. Iu his Budget
Speech Hon John Hart announced that
the present tax rate would prevail,
but In the same breath intimated thai
a further loan of $3,500,000 wonld be
asked authorization. In order to carry
on public buildings and land settlement.
RAISE EXPORT FIRM'S
LICENSES.
Amendments to the Liquor Control
Ak.t were but minor affairs, penalising
the chap who doles cut beer as a beverage, reducing the price of permits,
and eliminating the small fry in the
exporting business by boosting the export license lo $10,000. Seventeen
firms In the liquor export business in
Vancouvor recently amalgamated lu
Vancouver under one name, so upper
country residents can picture gas
bouts leaving Ihe main Coast city
bound for the arid desert lo the south,
while Dims In Cranbrook. Nelson, and
Penile ridings will bo placed oui of
business on account of tlu* exorbitant
fee.
I'l IUM   ACCOUNTS
(.OHMrm.t: UNEARTHS
-FKIKXIW" DEALINGS
The Public Accounts Committee was
the besl bei nf the Session from a
spectator's point or view. The activities of ihe secret service police were
not discussed, according to Die Liberal schedule, Im' enough evidence was
brought out during the sittings as io
Indicate thai the Government is surrounded by a ring of "friends" who
are ail engaged In tlto liquor business.
Harry Brlggs, a well known Victoria
resident, told ihe committee how he
had tried, as an agent fnr a distillery
linn In the Old country for a number
of years, to Obtain business with Ihe
Purchasing Agont, .lames Potorspn,
hut bad been rebuffed "I don'l give
it tl— - Tor Ihe public. They will
huve to puy anyway," was Mr. Paler
son's remark to Mr. Brlggs, stated ilie
hitler, who had Inter discovered dial
the Scottish IInu, railing to secure
business through Qrlggs, had transferred the agency to a proiuiiienl Vancouvor Liberal,
Immigration, in order to help shoulder thu enormous public debt of the
Province, Is being nsslsted by a paltry
sum of $50,000.   This Will possibly he
tho Acadia Baptist College, of which
j Mr, Moffatt was also a member of the
! Board of Governors.
. Mrs. Moffatt since the decease of her
husband has made her home with her
daughters, Mrs. H, G. Hunter of Kansas Clly and Mrs. A. \V. Hodgson of
Cranhrook. Besides those two daughters three sons survive, Howard Moffatt of Saskatoon, Sask., and Oslmrne
aud Lloyd of Perdue, Sask.
A short funeral service was con-
dueled on Sunday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Hodgson by Kevs. W. T.
Tapscott and B. C. Freeman, after
which the remains were taken to tlie
station for removal to Matstiui. B.C.,
to be interred beside her husband.
Mrs. Hodgson ami daughter Dorothy
accompanied ihem. So has passed
from earth a woman of strong faith
ami beautiful character.
Floral offerings were received as
follows: Family, spray; Mr. and Mrs.
Birce and Mildred, spray; Baptist
Mission Cfivin. spray; Mr. and Mrs.
It. ,). Collins, spray; Mr. and Mrs.
.Motion, spray; Mr. and Mrs. White,
spray; Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Clark,
spray: Mr. and Mrs; Mcintosh, spray;
Mr. and Mrs. Waason, spray; Women's
Missionary Society of the Metliodlst
Church, spray..
MEMBER RETURNS
IROM  AiTI.MHM*.
SESSION AT YHTOItlA
Wantage
-hy at the
Muling (he
M.
^^^^ relumed
d of last week af-
 ftslou or the Leg-
re. if,, reports the session just
I as being mil one of any great
•ut. there being no outstanding
advanced.  In  ad-
legislat
dltl#
occasion upon
i mi re
only got hy ,i
vole from tlu
more limn one
rill-tee  of   tlie
suggested ami
attorn ey-g
relatively unimportant
which the governmeni
division hy tho casting
Speaker, they were on
occasion beaten in com-
whole. A number of
ndmenis offered by tin
The following account ot the death
of Col. J. B. McPhee, brother of K. H.
McPhee. 0. F. McPhee aud Miss M. E.
McPliee uf this city, ami B. McPhee
aud Miss E. M. McPhee of the McPhee
Hunch, St. Mary's, le taken from the
Northern Advance, of Barrie, Ont:
Lieut.-Col. John Bingham McPhee,
native of Barrie, overseas soldier, an
ollicer who had risen from the ranks
iti the militia, and the son of a pioneer family of Simcoe County, died In
Die city of Belleville, Wednesday.
evening, November 29th. I
Col McPhee, who was home a week
ago, was In good spirits, and, so far
as known, in good health ut that time.
From brief Information by wire, the
Colonel, who was in Belleville lu the
lorest or his Arm, the Barrle Tannin.; Co., had finished his evening
meal and was in conversation with the
proprietor of his hotel, when he was
stezed with an attack of the heart, expiring almost instantly. He was in
his fifty-eighth year, and had enjoyed
splendid health during most of his
life.
The sudden passing of Lieut.-Col.
McPhee cast a cloud of sincere grief
over the entire community of Barrie,
in which he was born and raised.
WIdoly known, he was reservedly
popular for his qualities of true modesty, his spirit of adventure, his air
of good health und his optimistic nature.
The late Colonel McPhee ie survived by his widow, formerly Miss
Hamlin Harrison, daughter of Chas,
Harrison, St. John, X.B., and one little
daughter, Jean, five years old, and one
son, Donald, aged two; also two sisters, the Misses Christina and Jessie
McPhee, of 51 Worsley Street, Barrle.
The Colonel's family resided at 66
High Street. His father, A. B. Mo
Phce, predeceased him by 10 yeara,
and his mother passed away six years
ago.
John Bingham McPhee was born in
Barrie on March 26th, 1905, one of a
family of five, three boys and two
girls, autl whose parents were Mr.
ml Mrs. A. B. McPhee, pioneers of
this county. Two of the hoys died in
ihelr youth,
lu early life John McPhee was a
lerk Iu the Registry Office under the
late Samuel Lount. He also wns a
member of the Barrle volunteer tire
brigade and subsequently became
Chief of the Brigade. He entered the
service or tlie Barrie Tanning Co. lu
February, 1811, as accountant, later
becoming treasurer and accountant,
iu which capacity he was. serving
when he withdrew in 1914 to volitu
leer in the Greal War.
(ConUaM* oe Pm* Five)
benefit ot parents and others interested the standing of each pupil in his 	
ur her class is given* i    The people of Cranbrook who waded
The Flrsl Vear results are very eft. 'out Sunday evening to the Stnr Thea-
couraglng. Tho number ot passes ro-jiro were given a taste of community
corded in the Second Vear is very sat-1 singing, from which an appetite Tor
more has heen created, and if the
many expressionb of appreciation
heard are any criterion, an endeavour
should be made to satisfy it by repetitious of similar entertainments lo that
given mi Chrisiinas Eve.
Carol sinking is one ot the customs
of lhe Old Laud, and Canadians would
lose nothing by adopting it and keeping it alive, lu parts of Canada, particularly the prairie centres, community singing has beeu kept alive by
Uie German and other foreign peoples
whose natural enthusiasm for this
class of pleasure is stimulated from
time to Ume hy songfosls. There a
own becomes as much Interested in
arrylng off tho crown for singing as
they would in winning any other cov*
JIusIcul Socle.)  Puts <»u  line'   A tmM gc,lcral mMtlug wi]l be
l-rnirrillll of Appropriate        held on Sunday, Dei-ember 31st ot _
Al lisle
: Probably Two Candidates for Mayor
istactory. Tho Third Year results
and those of lhe Commercial Classes
ure on the whole not satisfactory. Too
many pupils have railed in one or
more subjects.
Each pupil received his or her report before the vacation, and iiie parents are asked to sign these reports
and see tiiat they are returned during
the flrBt week of Ihe new term.
WM. C. WILSON,
Principal,
Nantes are given iu order of merit.
JIMOK MATKH'l.LATNIN
Passed in all subjects: Annie Chalmers, Nora Brander, Donald Morri-!
son, Hazel Llmbocker, Olive Simpson,
Viviau Kummer, Gertrude Hopkins.
Failed in oue or more subjects:
Barry MacDonald, Clyde MacKinnon, ok'.1 ^inPfonslrfp.
p.m* sharp. Important business to be
transacted, sn ull comrades are urged
io attend.
All Present Council Willing to
Stand Again; One Retiring
Trustee Will Not Itiiu
Tlie   Kiddies'   Christmas   Tree  or-      Interest   in   the  forthcoming  civic
rangements are well under way and: elections is h
the affair promises to be one of the (general, and
best yet.    Don'l forget the Ume and favorite topic
date, .'. p.m. Saturday, December 30th,(who in the ci
at the O.W.V.A. Hall. :    At present it looks quite WttMn the
hounds oi possibility thai there will
Tlie  annual   meeting   and   smcker  be an . pp.ment for W. F
on Tuesday last was a great success.   conteM ^^^^^^^^^
Full particulars will be iu next week's S. SnntO'StateS he is willing I I accept
iglnntng to become very
vlth Christmas over, the
of conversation is who's
rlc elections.
. Cameron to
Alderman W.
papers.
ral
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iposal to
o(
oils
.•red
hers
Hoar
allov
fighl
^^^^^^^^ make perm-
Ilia appointments of the mem-
if Uie Workmen's Compensation
. during lifetime, and another to
of anyone being called upon to
loresi fire on occasion, without
inn -MeKepsie's beer clause ara-
tn was wiihdrawu on BUggQS-
y the I'reiuler, and an alterna-
i-oposal to submit a referendum
question was voted down.
IW days before the close or the
i Mr. W-fUlfrw dined with the
ar at lho hitter's Invitation.
used up hy ministers proceeding lo
Ijinglnnd, Uie same as lion, T. D. Pattullo has done for lhe past two years.
\tt(»ii\kv-okm:«ai,'s
uii.moi i:\ts
Former Attorn ey-Gonernl Parris has
heen all ended lo in the shape of an
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NEW YEAR GREETINGS.
I take this occasion to extend my
heartiest Good Wishes to the people of
Cranbrook in Wishing you all a full
measure of Happiness and Prosperity in
the New Year.
J. A. GENEST
Mayor
JOYOU8 TIME AT ARMY'S
CHRISTMAS «ATHERI>«
TUESDAY EVENING
The Salvation Army quarters on
Tuesday evening this week were the
scene of a very animated and joyous
gathering, when the annual Army
Christ mas entertainment took place.
There was a very good attendance, the
place not being large enough to comfortably accommodate all who came
to take part. A lengthy program was
pul ou by the children, and the big event of the evening of course was the
visit of -Santa, who came with his usual overflowing measure of cheer.
The program put on was us follows:
Open Lug Hung
Prayer   Mrs. Simpson
Chairman's Remarks
Souk by School  "Joybells'
Scripture Heading   Mary Sheriff
Hecliatlou, "Little Mother"
Ailleen Thomas-
Dialogue, "Diddles' Troubles,"
Misses Sheriff and Simpson
Recitation, "Happy Parmer Lad,
Willie Thomas
Hell Drill  Ten Girls
Hecliatlou, "Be on Guard," Willie Cox
"Two Little Kyos,"   Six Boys
Dialogue, "Writing to Santa,"
Jay and Marie Rowell
Song by the School "The Christ Child"
Recitation, "The Big Drum,"
John Richmond
"The Way to Spend Christmas"
Three Olrls
"Sergt. Major's Whisper,"
Mary Cox
Collection,   and   announcements   by
Capt. Tlgerstadt
Duet ... Misses Higgins and Simpson
Monologue  Marion Richmond
Recitation. "Little Housewife,"
Irene Thomas
"The Morning Star," Seven Girls
Cane Drill      Ten  Boys
Instrumental Selection
Mary Richmond \,
Recitation, "When Winter Comes,
Isobel Purker, Charles Musser, Angus
MacDonald, Dorotliy Hodgson, Norman Wasson, Lee Davis, Nellie Lewis,
Raymond St. Eloi, Jean Wilson, Emily
Togart, Evelyn Andertnn, Margaret
Home, Leonard Uurton, Marguerite
Clark, Tom Hogarth, Kneas Hogarth,
ADVANCED JUNIOR
Passed in all subjects: Dorothy McKowan, Hester Thompson, Nora Home,
Geneva Puffer, Dorothy Leask. Muriel
Reade, Mae Kennedy, Delia Baxter,
Alex. Nlsbet.
Failed in one or more subjects: William Selby, WInnifred Burdett, Connie Bassett, Eunice Parrett, Lawrence
Campbell, James  Tnylor, James  Logan, Mildred Clarke, Hope Taylor.
1'KKMMIVUIY Jt'MOK (A)        j
Passed fn all subjects: Esther Glial-
lender,   Doris   Haynes,   Joe   Brogan.
Henry Godderis, .Murray  McFarlane,
Marion Atchison, Jeun Flett, Marion
Henderson,  Dagmar  Anderson,  Marguerite Godderis, Berta Cameron, Hector    Llnnell,    Gilbert     Blunietuiuer,
Grace Baker,  Mildred   Burdett, Melville Leask.
Nolo: Margaret Johnson and Irene
Huscrofi not ranked.—Siok.
Failed in one or more subjects: Philemon Belanger, Kenneth Campbell.
Archie Finley, Andy Cassldy, Jack
Dixon, Kathleen Dallas, Margaret
Horle, Harold Dow. Jim Malone. Ethel Atchison.
PKHLIMINAUV Jl NIOK (B)
Passed In all subjects: A rthur
Shankland, Ruth Soderholm, Ger-
irude Patmore, Samo Pascuzzo, Eva
Weston, Trilby Rebel, Chester Rob
erts, Norman Parker, Ted .Worthlngton, Edward White, Jean Ward, Daisy
Whittaker. Hubert Nelly.
Failed in one or more subjects:
Murlelle Mlllingtou, Bennie Murgatroyd, Ollie Ryde, Kenneth Parrett,
Jean Walllnger, Amy Williams. Rita
McBurney, Nissle McRobb, Ernest
South, Irene MacKenzie, Vaughn Roy,
Frank Roy, Jane Wolfe. Ha Slye, Marjorie Burton, Lillian St. Eloi.
SECOND YEAH COMMERCIAL
Passed ln all subjects: Annie Johnson, Reg. Parrett.
Failed   in   one  or   more  subjects:
Mack   Kirklnnd,   Gordon   Armstrong,
Juliette Blair, Gordon Woodman.
FIRST VKAIt <O.Hjri.MIAI.
Passed iu all subjects: Amy Sllg-
ant.
Failed iu one or more subjects:
Florence Bradley, Mac McDonald.
Sunday evening's carol concert was
a decided success, and the Cranbrook
Musical Society uud their leader, Mr.
G. Bower, are again to he congratulated on their good work.
While this organisation has other
treats in store later on, the success
already atlalned certainly warrants
their existence and the liberal support
of the citizens generally
Soon after the Ume announced for
tho opening of the Carol Sorvlco, over
four hundred people crowded thc the-
nire. It was indeed pleasing to note
ihe zest wllh which the old time
liyinns—"Onward, Christian Soldiers,
Hark, the Herald-Angela Sing,*' and
Abide With Me"—were sung by the
audience. The carol numbers rendered by the choir were ail well received
Possibly "Holy Night" by timber was
the most appreciated. "Children's
Voices," an old song and quartette was
much enjoyed. Master Tom Marshall
taking the solo and Mrs. M. Forrest,
Mrs. A. Ashworth. and Mossra. G. E.
IViwor and H. J. Coliter, (ho quartette,
sang from behind the scenes, giving
iho effect of distance.
Mrs. E. Paterson pleased the audi-
onco with her song "Christmas" by
Adolphe Adam, ami "My Task" by
AshiYrd. was syinpal helically rendered  by Mrs. M.  Forrest.    Mr. W. H.
METHODIT Sl'NIUY
SCHOOL STAGE FINK
CHRISTMAS CONCERT
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outiced
and th
The unnual Christmas entertainment of the Methodist Sunday School,
which was held in the Methodist
Church last Wednesday evening, p
ed a marked success. The place was , jias
crowded to*the doors with many standing in the vestibule. Tlte program
was bright, varied and well-rendered.
The chorus singing showed not only
latent talent or the hoys and girls,
but also the careful training which
had been given them by their teachers.
Where ull was of such high merit, it j me retiring members of
is difficult to select numbers for spe"lboard are Mrs J. J. Jackson
rial reference, but some were of sueh
a nature that their mention suggests
no Invidious comparison. Little Edna McPhee's recitation captured the
audience. Master Barry Hill also
pleased with his recitation. "December." The acrostic, "Christ ma.-
Glow," by junior girls, was very pretty and won hearty applause.       The
ii for the ofllce, taking the
as he is in the *. Ity right
would be in a good position
to attend to city liall affairs. Mr. Cameron, himself s former mayor nnd
alderman, has Btroug becking, but an
eh   .   . Is never woo till the votes are
counted.      Mayor Genest. who has ex-
lealre to retire after a three
in.    [a    heing pressed  by
-1 friends t». consider a fourth term, but
it yet consented.
Vll    the    member.-* of the  present
> council are understood to be Willi to accept nomination for anoth-
and in addition W. W. Kllby
his Intention of com-
-ye may I others ap-
... also U pressure being brought to
.it has any result.
The retiring members of the school
jgnd Mes-
sra B. H. McPhee and W. A. Nesblt.
Ol these Mr. McPhee states decidedly
tbal he will not again be a candidate.
W. Henderson, a former member of
.he board, who dropped off two years
ago, will be a candidate for election.
md there may be one or more lady
candidates in evidence a little later.
Whether A. A. MacKinnon, tlie retlr-
playlet, "Advertising  for a Compan-I i..g member or the police commission.
ion," given by four members of thej will accept office again has not yet
O.G.I.T., brought roars of laughter, i l.-een learned, but there are
The costume of the lady of the house.: n»m< B being mentioned
the part taken by Miss Annie Moir. j with this vacancy, among them that
with bustle and  mutton-leg  sleeves, f.-f W. Y. Doran.
was reminiscent of days "lang syne." .^ ,
The Dutch applicant. Miss Eunice Par- - |[EB£|[UJs >! IKE PRl'S-
rett, and the Irish girl, Miss Donna Ar-
one or two
in connection
gue, carried the audience with the humor of their parts. The difficult part
of the aesthetic young lady waa well,
sustained by Miss J. Wilson. A series
of four tableaux representing "Love"
"Service,"  "Sacrifice." and  "The  B-e-
K.VI'ATION TO VETERAN
MEMBER WEDNESDAY
Molly OU It. Mak» .
SOITH WARD SCHOOL
REPORT KOR MONTII
OK   DECEMBER
Perfect  Atteuihinee
Louis Holm, John Magro, Nora Maloue, Percy North, Murray Hemhough.
Edith Wells, Hosulytie Weston, Ada
Gammon.
II o i in r lto 11
Senior  Second   Bender,  highest   in
class: Muriel Collings.
Junior Second Header, highest in
class: Rosa lyne Weston.
First Reader, highest In class: Nora
Malone.
Second Primer, highest in class:
Edith Wells.
E. N. SING, Teacher.
DIVISION II.
Perfect Attendance
John Blonisky, Tony Costlllo, Ron-
ale   Coleman,   Lee   Gam mnn,   Eddie
Walsh, Harry Soliekl.
Honor lto 11
Beginners:    Marguerite    Marapndl,
Victoria Pascuzzo. Eddie Walsh, Dor-
Is Eley.
Primers: Ronnie Colemuu, Hubert
-Llnnell, Marion Leask, Margaret Cas-
sels.
I. M. FLEUBV, Teacher.
Bevan'S cornet solo "The Lost Chord" jtMehem Manger." was a very pleasing
was much appreciated. variation, with good grouping and ar-
The program of the evening was as|liHl|(' ««*ct8.    The recitation and
follows:
Hymn, "Onward Christian Soldiers
Address, Hev. w. T. Tapscott. Carol
by the Choir, "See Amid tiie Winter's
Snow." Song, "Christmas." Mrs. E.
Paterson. Carol by Choir, "Like Silver Lamps." Song with quartette.
"Children's Voices," Master Tom Marshall. Carol by Choir, "The First
Novell." Address, Hev. 10. W. MacKay. Hymn. "Hark! the Herald-
Angels Sing." Song, "My Task," Mrs.
M. Forrest. Carol by Choir, "When
Christ Was Born." Cornet Solo, "The
Lost Chord," Mr. W. H. Bevan. Carol
by Choir, "Holy Night." Address.
Rev. B. C. Freeman. Hymn. "Abide
With Me."
Aiding materially In Ihe success of
the concert were lhe three short addresses by local ministers. Speaking
tlrst lhe Rev. W. T. Tapscott drew a
series or contrasts. First, the contrast between the seeming and real in
Ihe birth ot the Babe in Bethlehem.
It seemed as though an obscure babe
was born of obscure parents In an obscure stable anil born to obscurity and
loverty. Hut that birth was important enough to be heralded by an angel
iceoinpunled by the rapturous chorus
of angelic choirs. Then lie contrasted
the birth of Jesus with the birth or
the heir to Napoleon I, Xo royal saline attended the former birth, and the
greal of earth did not even know ot
the event. On the 20th of Mnrcli 1812j
at C a.m. Paris was -aroused by th
booming or cannon
hlrth of a  child  to Napoleon  I
tier -he regular meeting of the Ma-
Leaf Rebekah Lodge on Wedfles-
erening, a very enjoyable time
spent when members of the Odd-
wa lodge joined as guests in a
-i drive.       A pleasing feature of
tume drill by the intermediate girl=.tt,e molD8 vas the Presentation of
was well done and the group fn white a Patr of *°w cuff links t0 Bro- Joun
was very pretty. Miss Parrett's solo. *»«nlng, one of die oldest members
"Silent und Still," was rendered In in "°'nt *'f ye*n ot totin*ttl0" w*111
her usual pleasing manner. A good U- fiti" in ,tie dI>'- and sU,i fn active
offering was taken at the door, and *>-'*-'ia--o» "ith its three branches,
the Sunday School workers are to be Tn'- !ir,ks *"ere Bn,ub" a»«»™d witl>
congratulated on the success of the!the lh™ Unka of OddfelKwaMp, and
evening ] initialled.  The presentation was made
'   'by  the  Noble Grand, Mrs.  M.  West,
n.M-uinn vr i l IMI A3 faithful service tbat Bro. Manning has
ELECT XEW OFFICERS rendered the lodge, ae an old and 08-
FOR FOKTHIOMIM; TERM teemed member.
New officers have been elected by
he local lodge. Knights of Pythias, an
follows, for the next ensuing term:
W. A. Wilson  V. C.
R. J. Blumenoeur  V. C
H. Kummer     P.
C. Bergstrom   M. of A.
A. Ryder 1.0.
D. Baldwin  O. O.
E. A. Hill   M. of W.
If. L. Harrison   K. of R. and S-
J. Walker     M. of F.
J. J. Delany.  M. of E
Bro. Manning was
taken completely by surprise with tbe
presentation.
Prizes for the wtrfat drive were awarded as follows:
Ladies' lirst prize. Miss Edith Murgatroyd; ladies' consolation, Mrs W.
Soden; gentleman's first prize, F.
Doodson. gentleman's -onsolation, A.
Holden.
CARD OF THANKS
Mr. and  Mrs. A. V.", Hodgeon  wish
thank the Doctors and staff of St.
Indicative of the general upward
trend of business In the East Kootenay
is the fact thai a third member is soon
to be added to the staff in the ofllce of
the Collector of Customs and Inland
Revenue. This will be. in the form of
a junior clerk, the appointment of
whom has not yet been made finally.
Customs   collections   have   shown
I Eugene Hospital, also the many
frlendl Who kindly assisted with service, sympathy and floral tributes during the recent Ulnett and death of
Mrs James Moff&U
Tin- Ghrlsttnas Dance given by the
Rookie Four in the K. P. Hall was a
jbig suecue, Judging by ti e large nam*
 _,__ „,  _, .   _„_  ber of en (busies ti preseni.   The mull announced the fillrly stPady Increase   during recent jBiral programme played Included all
and mon,nB- aml lhe addition to ihe office the latest hits whkh were repeatedly
Jiecltatlon     Lily Montgomery
Song, "Waiting for Santa"
Visit of Santa
Itott; Oltis walwetefcaHo et Toya aad Caady.
when the 22lld gnu was
announced ihat the child was a son
and heir, all France went wild with
joy. Thirdly, that child of Napoleon,
welcomed liy the rapturous joy of a
nation, never reached manhood, but
died In obscurity, and five years after
his birth was announced with such
applause his father was a prisoner of
war. But the Babe that was born In
Bethlehem Is loved and worshipped
by more millions than ever heard the
name of Napoleon. Hfs name Is a
household word wherever the English
laugiiago is spoken aud in hundreds
of other languages.
Not all of us give llini the place
that belongs to Him, hut even those
who do not yield to him the allegiance
which is His due acknowledge Him to
be tho greatest, tho holiest, the wisest aud the nobles) earth has seen.
The greatest miracle of all history Is
the fact of Jesus Christ. The only
explanation of that miracle is that
lOoBltaaad aa page two)
fired, 'which rlaff " ttD im,it'et,°n that the   growth I scored.    These  popular dances  w page two
THE  CBANBBOOK   HEhiLD
Friday, December 21). 111-22
.Hull)   Hearty  i'uod   WUhM
Cor ss
JOYFUL NEW YEAR
RAWORTH BROS.
Jewelers uud Opticians
C.P.R. Watch Inspector!
NEXT TO l-OST OFFICE
it be if the (lawn of 1924 still
finds us uo further ahead?
So there ean be no better
wish for us than that we may be
able by our own ellorts to make
of lhe new year something bet-
|ter than the past has brought;
that ideals may be reached —
If they are aimed right; and
that aspirations may be realized — if not placed out of the
beaten track that men must
tread to be honest and upright.
Ok Cranbrook fjtrald
Published Kvery Friday
p, A.  WILLIAMS H.    P0TTE1R
Su tin crip lli> n I rice .,
To United States .. .
$!.UU per year
. $S.m per year
••nuii » mimioii without * bohIi"
Prlattd fcr ualim hmb*tw _
Adv«rtillng Hnlei on Application.
Changes for Advvrtlilng MUST b* Id
thla uOlu* Wednviday n-uun th* current
week to flecurt attoutlon.
CltANBROOK,  BRITISH  COLUMBIA
FRIDAY,  DECEMBER 29, 1922
Coming events
Friduy mul Saturday, December 29
ami 30.—-Rodolph Valeutlno in "Blood
mul Snud" al The Slur.
Saturda,
Christmas
ul :. p.m.
■,  December  30.--Veterans
Tree ui the G.W.V.A. Hull,
New Year's Day.—Hockey match at
2,30 p.m., Cranbroolt vs. Wycliffe, <\
it. c. rink, weather permitting,
New Year's NJffht.
in ihe Auditorium.
-B. ui' it.T. Dance
FOR THB NEW YEAR
Love Someone—In Cod's name
love -someone — Tor this ia the
bread of the inner life, without
which a purt (if you will starve
and die; and though you teel you
must he stern, even hard, In your
life oi' affairs, make for yourself
at least a little corner somewhere
in the great world, where you
may unbosom, and bo kind.—Max
Ehrmann.
New Year's ami Tuesday, January
1 ami 2.—Harold Lloyd in "A Sailor
Made Man." Also Blaine Huminer-
steln lu "Evidence," ut The star.
Wednesday and Thursday,
3 and 4.—"Pink Cods," wit
star cast ut Tho Star.
Magic
BAKING
POWDER
TWENTY  VEAB8  AGO
Extract, from the Cranbrook
Herald of this date, 1902.
Tlto Spokane and Kootenay Kull-
wiiy company linn just heen Incorporated, to build a line front Spokane to
connect wltll the Crow line of the C.
1*. It. Tliis will mean greatly increased railway facilities for Cranhrook anil the district generally.
The sawmill at Marysvllle has been
Bold lo Paul Handley, who is forming a strong local company to operate
January j it next season, and a big cut Is expected. "
SQUARE
UP FOR ANOTHER
YEAR
Standing on the threshold
of another year naturally one
is led to a retrospective glance
over the year just passed, and to attempt to peer into tlie one that is to come. But
a merciful Providence obscures
the future so the keenest eyes
cannot penetrate any farther
into the mysteries of time than
are minute by minute unfolded,
nor the sharpest mind delineate
what the future may bring. To
be aide to do so would be lo
kill the germ of hope, which is
tlie very mainspring of life. In
spite of travails and labors,
failures and mishaps; notwithstanding that plans which looked promising a year ago are
wit tiered by the wayside or gone
awry—Providence brings us to
the farther edge of the slough
for a fresh start. Perhaps if it
were possible to see ahead we
would not want a fresh start,
for it may be that failure slill
Pl'lduy and Saturday, January f» and
II,—Rotary Club Minstrel Show In thej
Auditorium.
A  son  wus born to Mr. and Mrs.
Lester Clapp on Monday last.
T.
S. Ui!!, tlle well known eugin-
—• I oer, went to Morris, Manitoba, to en-
Frlday und Saturday, Jun. 5 and II, hoy the Christmas holidays with his
■The Cross RoadB of New York," and family.
■My Wife's Relations" ut the Stur.
Friday, Junntiry   lit.—odd  I
Dance at tlie Auditorium,
* W K l» I) I Ml S
JOINT INSTALLATION
IIY MASONIC LODGES     .
WKIINKSDAY EVENING
St. John's N'tgllt, December 27. was
marked by the Masonic lodge as customary by the installation or officers ror the coming year. On tills occasion n joint installation ceremony
look place, with-Selkirk Lodge, Klmberley, also participating. W. Bro. M.
A. Heale, the senior past blaster of
the Crauhrook lodge, acted as installing ollicer. W. Rro. F. M. Macl-her-
son succeeds W. Uro. A. R Jones as
master of Ihe Craubrook lodge and W.
Rro. A. K. Fisher succeeds    W. Bro.
WILSON -- FINLEY
Tiie wedding took place on Tuesday
or this week, December *_ttll-, ot Miss
Ruby Isabella Plnloy, of this city, and
Mr. William H. Wilson. The ceremony wus performed at four o'clock
at tin. homo of the bride's parents,
Mr. uud Mrs. R. D. Finley, Rev. B, W.
MacKay being tiie ottlciullng minister. 'I'lie bride was attired in u becoming ilress ol bine Canton crepe, und
was attended by Mrs. Liddhoul as matron or honor. At tiie conclusion or I Morrison as master or Selkirk lodge,
ihe ceremony a luncheon wus served, j There wus a very good attendance of
following whicli the young couple j brethren rrom Crunbrook, Kimberley,
boarded tliu custbound train on a lion- ■ and Wycllffe and a number ot visitors
eymoon trip, during which they will j were also present. Following the In-
vislt the Coast and Spokane. jstullaliou, the company udjourned to
Tlie bride is well known in younger the hall downstairs, where a supper
social circles, and u score or Mends wus enjoyed, followed by a short pro-
will extend to them all possible good gram ot speeches uud tousts, iuler-
wlshes ul the outset ol' their married sperscd with some program numbers.
Rl'e. Among the speakers were W. Bro. A.
 — ] 1-3. Jones, who acted us toastnuisler,
SMITH — .Mrl.KOII w,  Bro.  M. A.  Beale. W. Bro. P. M.
^V wedding took pluce at tho new Mifcl-hcrson. Bro. C. J. Little, Hrs. E.
Is Still to dog the Cherished plan]Klmberley townslte, on the aftornoon H. McPliee, W. Brb. W. F. Attrldge,
or that the goal of desire is notjor Thursday, December 14th, when and Bro. (1. P. Marsh, while trom ihe
lo be reached this twelvemonth, j Miss T. I„ McLeod, daughter or Mr. visitors W. Bro. Morrison, W. Uro.
Hut if it's worth while, It's and Mrs. A. McLeod, of Kimberloy, bo- Pisher, Bro. Shunnon. Bro. Olanvltlo
worlll trying for again, aud SO came the bride or Mr. s. R. Smith, and Hrs. O. E. Bower were heard
long   as   failure cannot break [ son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Smith, also of rrom.      Those contributing to the
irograui were W. Bro. W. E. Worden. solo, Hrs. E. T. Cooper, saxophone solos and Bro. W. Henderson,
recital ion.
the spirit, and courage does not | Klmberley.     The ceremony wus per-
lag, the strength will come. So
welcome the New Year laden
wilb opportunity!
Tlle world    is    not yet free jibe   bride   there.
from turmoil, but each day is wedding dress was
I'onned by Rev. Evan  Batter, Methodist   puslnr  at   Kimberley,    and    took
place at the home or the pnrents ot
The     bride's
i   blue canton
bringing nearer the time when j crepe, uud her sister
Miss L. McLeod,
the sword shall become a plow-jucted us britlesmaitl. o, a. McLeod,
share; the country is not yet brother or the hrlde, acted as best
free from vexatious post - war j man (or the groom.
problems that have seemed SO| Following the ceremony, "ihe guests
difficult of solution; to come a [partook cf a wedding supper, and lat-
little closer home yet, Ihe East er proceeded to their home on thc
Kootenay district is not yet al- Sullivan hill, to the accompaniment of
together out of the business de- many good wishes, where they arc
presslon     that     seemed     to;mukinB their home.
envelop   the   country as in a] 	
blanket;   but the future is in]      SOM.HKHVII.LK — (10HD0N
our own hands as we go along     At the Presbyterian Manse on the
to make or mar.     The oppor- aftornoon of Christmas Day, itev. E.
.ian Zaranio, or Kimberley. passed
away in the hospital ut that place, on
Christmas Day. He was thlrty-ebjht
years or age. The funeral took pluce
lu this city on Frldny.
Roblnu McLeod Sommervllle, of Lumberton, and Edwurd Cordon, of this
city. The wedding Is llle somewhat
romantic outcome of an acquaintance
which arose when the groom wns
patient at the hospital undergoing nn
operation, whero the bride made his
acquaintance.    Mr. and Mrs. Gordon
tunity is ours; whose fault wlll|W. MncKny united In marriage Miss will reside In Spokane.
| \*m >*%**** it\f,m  i*\f,n ,,»/,„ Vwi^fcs«.l<lfrw.<<yw_».■<|/»wi<^/^».i«^sil<^V-
Candidate for Mayoralty, 1923
o-tyHf-J
Having been approached by a number of
the different organizations and friends in the
City of Cranbrook to stand as a candidate for
the Mayoralty of the City of Cranbrook for the
coming year, I have consented to allow my name
to go before the electorate for this office.
I have previously served two years as Alderman, aud one year as Mayor of thisClty, and If
again elected 1 promise to do all in my power to
further the Interests of the City of Cranbrook.
■ Sincerely yours,
W. F. CAMERON.
EJHA*-"
Hocal Jleto0
Mrs. O. C. Thompson ot Klmberley
was tt visitor Wednesday.
J. N, Murphy, superintendent of the
Kootenay Central, was in the city on
Tuesday.
Sum Kv.uis of Revelstoke spent
Christmas fu Cranbrook renewing old
tu'iimiiiituiices.
:. A. Hill left on Sunday for Nol-
Hon to spend a week or len days at
Nelson with his family.
Bid AUDIEMJE AT CAROL
CONCERT ( HUISTMAS EVE
i^1 \*9^9m n*\%   w^i»inl|p   hhV %t*\%   m%t%   wA' mhHm'mjH) fiMH)   y
.Mr. and Mrs. II. Francis, of Nelson,
were Christinas visitors in tha olty
nl the homo of Mrs. AUiu Qraham, sisler of Mrs. Francis.
Mr, and Mrs. \V. LaUghton und son
David wore visitors over Ihe liolidny
weekend at ttm home of Mrs. Laugh-
ton's (.Ister, Mrs. Bine.
Hockey at the ('. It. C. Rink, New
Year's Day (weather permitting) Wy-
ellffo vs. Cranhrook. Selkirk LenKiie
game.     Ue on hand to boost. 44
.luy Usher, an old tinier In the district, was lu from Kimberley spending
Christinas with old friends iu Cranhrook.
Mr. and Mrs, D. Turner left to-day
for Newport, Washington, where they
will lie the guests of Miss Zena Chase
of that dly.
Mr. aud Mrs. A. Smith of Lethbridge
culled at Crnnbrook tills week on their
wuy west. Mr. Smith is the contractor at the school addition here.
Mr. G. li. Bower went out to the
Mission on Thursday to conduct the
Indian Bund, who were playing at tlie
entertainment put ou hy the School-
Hockey at the C. It. C. Rink, New
Year's Day (weather permitting) Wy-
flitfo vs. (.ranbrook. Selkirk League
game.     Be on hand to boost. 44
A. Hobertson.oE Kimberley, principal of the school there, passed through
the city lust weelw-ciid en his w-*y to
Nelson where he is spending the vacation.
Miss Muriel Smyth, who Is on the
leaching tuff at Kimberley, has gone
io her home in Nelson to spend the
Christmas holidays witii her parents,
Dr. and Mrs. Smyth.
Mrs. N. A. Wallinger is a patient nt
iho St. Eugene Hospital at the present
time, huvh.g on*\Vednesd:ty undergone
uli operation from which she Is now
suited to he recovering nicely.
}\. T. Bogen of Portland, Ore., pass
id through Crunbrook on Friduy last
ni Ills return from the prairies, where
he had purchased six carloads of cattle. Theso he was taking to California.
Dr. W. P, Qrovesteln and James R.
Hull both of Boston, were in the city
ou Tuesday on their way to Canal
Flats, where they are interested in
the extensive timlier areas knowu us
tha Hall interests.
Prof. J. Donahue of St. Paul gave
uu exhibition of strength at the
Armour Pool Hall one evening
this week to un Interested audience,
several feats of strength heing performed. An interesting one was the
picking up of nine pool halls with one
hand.
J. Norgrove, who has become the
representative of the Canadian Poster Advertising Association, with the
territory from Fernie to Sirdar, and
who lasl full had a number of bourds
put up al com mind ing locations in
the city, hns received his first supply
of posters, and Is now al work on his
Hoards.
After nn Illness of about four and
a half mouths. Mr. Lee Atkins died on
Tuesdny of this week nt the hospital.
He was forty-five years of ugd, und
entered the hospital on Ihe Sth of Augusl suffering from stomach trouble.
So fur ns Is known, he has no relatives lu this city. No funeral arrangements have yel been made.
W. S. Oreen, of Klmberley, received
word early Hii-*. week Ihul his si-der
had been Injured in an automobile accident at Vancouver. Shortly afterwards further word came to him thi't
she had succumbed to hor Injuries.
Mr. Green left on Thursday's train for
'the coast to attend the fuuerul. It
has since been learned that husband
und wife met death together In the
nuto accident.
I Mr. Frank Bamford and hrlde, nee
I Miss Marjorie Goodman, of Sirdar,
I returned to tho city this week, and
have taken up residence on Garden
Avenue. Their murrlago took place
ou Thursday of lust week at the home
of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Goodmnii, at Sirdar. They have been
spending a short honeymoon at Spokane and other points. Mr. Bamford
Is n member of lho stuff of the Western Grocers, and from residence in the
city for some time the bride has also
made friends here, antl the young couple have lieen the recipients of uiutiy
good wishes ou their return to the city.
(Continued from Page Oue)
which tiie Scriptures give.   Tlie only
wise course for any of us to tuke is
t-o come under His banner and give
lilm our heartiest allegiance.
Rev. E. W. MacKay congratulated
ihe Society or whoever was responsible for the Idea of the service, uud
pointed out the many benefits to be
thereby derived. Such get together
meetings tended to break down the
many barriers that cropped up. They
helped to obliterate the little things
that separate, and mude people realize how much they had iu common.
The .speaker pointed out thut while
the war had been u very iiillueutlal
agent for the advancement of that
Ideal stale of the Brotherhood of Mun,
still the Christ mus season wllh Us
friendly greetings uud glud hands
could ulso be of much benefit to this
cause, especially if the idea could lie
curriod through (lie -fifty-two weeks of
the year, uud not ouly for a week or
few duys. He was of the opinion that
If u similar spirit pervaded the International conferences ou tliis and the
Other side of the water, the result
thut. would be achieved would lie
the greatest benefit.
Uev. H. C. Freeman's remarks were
brief uud to the point. He suid (he
fuct thut the names of other clergy
men uud his own were on the programme spoke volumes for the people
of Crunbrook, that they would risk
three sermons lu one night after attending services in their own churches at least twice that duy. He would
uot, however, inflict u sermon upon
them, for fear of their being stricken
with religious indigestion.
He congratulated the Choral Society und their leader upon the step taken by them iu initiating community
singing In Cranbrook, und considered
that the lurge audience wus an Indication of the popularity of such an innovation. The effort was In line with
Ihat In many other places to cultivati
a community spirit through better or
ganlzetl community singing, and he
believed the movement to be in the
right direction.
The Christmas season brings to us
(he realization of what is constantly
becoming more evident In the modern
tendency of Christian (bought, that is
the recognition ever more and more
clearly of the ways of God In the common life of the people. The fellowship and good will of the Christina *■■
| tide is surely the moving of the Dlv
-hie Spirit. As we trace the steps of
■ lhe Carpenter of Nazareth from the
'Manger of Belhlehem to thn carpenter's shoii, and over ihose common
} ways of Qaltllee and Judea which led
lto inevitably to the Cross, wo feel thut
[ Uie appeal of His leaching is to recognize God In life. The spirit of the
season Is, not that we may be narrowed and divided by sectarianism,
but that we muy forget the differences
I which divide, while we draw more
closely together In the recognition of
Him in our midst Whom we worship,
thut we become nol more sectarian,
but more truly Christian.
It. S. SHIELDS UIVKN
APPOINTMENT AS
SCHOOL INSPECTOR
(Frum tho Vancouver Province)
Mr. A. Anstey, inspector of schools
for New Westminster nnd the Fraser
Valley, has been appointed vice-principal of the Provincial Normal School
He will be succeeded as inspector by
Mr. Roy s. Shields, principal of the
Central School. Mr. Shields is tlie
most recently appointed of all the el
ty schools, having come come from
Crunbrook In September, 1921.
Mr. Shields has many friends In
tills city and district who will join hi
extending congratulations to him on
his new appointment.
E. H. Small and L. P. Ganveuu of
Creston spent Christmas-in the city.
W. R. Anderson, who hus been in
lhe office of DeWolf & Ham ut Nelson
for the past few months, wns a Christ-'
mas visitor in the city
The Misses Jackson imve come hom-j
firom Nelson, where they nro attend
flig St. Joseph's School, to spend the
Christmas vocation with their pur-
(fits.
On Tuesduy uud Wodnealoy nflor
il-mus and evenings of this week, San
m Clans paid his annual visit (o the
Parish Hull, when the customary
Christinas Tree eiilorliiinments wero
hold, the flrsl duy for the younger
oliildren, and the following day fnr
j hose over ton years of age. Games
of all kinds wero eiljcyet), und impromptu programs put on, to say nothing of Ihe seasonable refreshments
which were provided, and the fun of
unloading the Christmas tree,
Word was received In the city toduy
of the death of Major Andy Black,
M.C, of Fernie. He wus u member of
tho 54th Buttulion. and will be rem
ambered by muny old comrades In
Cranbrook. Deceased had boon ailing for some time, though practically
to the last still attondlng to his duties as chief clerk In the government
ofllce at Fernie. As a result of l>e-
llig gassed while ut the front, Major Black recently found It necessary
to have all his teeth removed,' nnd it
Is surmised thut complications In connection with, this may have been the
ot
WE WISH OUR PATRON'S AND FRIENDS
H Iuipm nn& prosperous flew pear
—Also thank you for your patronage tu  tho past.
PLEASE NOTE that after December 31st all passes expire, and
Free List will be entirely suspended.
TOMOHTBUIOLPB VALENTINO in "BLOOD and SAND"
THE   STAR   THEATRE
11**"
t*y*m »*s%Atm mtjftm m*\*estmmml\fstm   ir\fss,  ,i\fsmist}mft**J,
mwr//
We have hail a DIG
YEAR! Por us il has
beon A YBAK OF
ACHIEVEMENT, toward which gratifying result YOU have
generously and loyally contributed.
We thank you, good
people of Cranbrook
and District, and wish
you all a HAPPY
NEW  YEAR.
BEATTIE-NOBLE, Ltd.
Bf**m%mmttiwts****»*Asf *.**%'• m*Jse>• mhV't**mm* • *m*t*\**f u \
f
ft
Ilcarly appreciation nnd
very best WISHES for a
Happy  New  Year!
The
Cranbrook
Studio
Ss
Candidate for Alderman
EIGHTH   TERM
- 1 beg to inform the Electorate of Ibe City of
Cranbrook that, in respqpse to numerous requests,
I have consented to allow my name to go before the
Electors at thc Civic Elections as a candidate for
Alderman.
I have already served on the City Council for
seven terms,- and during the past year have acted
as chairman of the Water Committee, ns well as
serving on the Electric Light, Sewer, nnd other Committees.
If again elected I shall do, as heretofore, my
utmost to advance the prestige of the City of Cranbrook, at the same time safeguarding to the greatest
possible extent, the interests of the Ratepayers; and
feel justified iu appealing for as wide suppori as possible from the Electors.
A.  .1.   IIAI.MKNT.
Municipal Elections, 1923
At the request of a large number of representative Ratepayers, I have doclded to once
more place my name in nomination for liie
Olllce of Alderman.
If my services in the past have met with
youV approval, I respectfully solicit a continuance of your support, and assure you of my best
efforts in the Interests of the City.
JAMES A. ARNOLD. Friday, December 29, 1939
TIIE  CRANBROOK  HERALD
PAGE    I'll It HE
Feeding
40
Men
in
■'frf***t***),\\
The chef in a camp of one
ot the big mill companies,
whose name we are not permitted to mention, says he
will not even try another
milk than Pad I.e.
His experience covers ten
yours nu the (.'oast, and he
lum tried every brand of
milk, hut this llrltlsh Columbia product la not only richer, but hus a butter flavor
and goes farther. He nays
lie likes ll fully as woll an
fresh cream for cooking.
Pacific Milk Co., Ud.
Head Ofllce, Vancouver, IU1.
Faclurle* nl Abholnford and l.iulner.
I 'rattle's Bread Ik (*iOOI> llread
His Pies, Cakes and Pi. a try art
made in a tusty manner which
invites the most exacting per-
uon lo call again, at
THE HOME BAKERY
■Phone 87      •       Norhury Ave.
CRANBROOK GLEANERS
ANDJJYERS
Every Garment sent to us to be
Cleaned or Dyed is given
Our Utmost Care.
Our knowledge of ttie business
Is your assurance of satisfaction
here.   Phone, and we will call,
or bring us your work.
We Clean and Dye Everything.
PHONE m
Montana Restaurant
Cigars, Cigarettes and Candy
Heats at All Hours
CRANBROOK STREET
Opposite the Bank of Commerce
J. K. Chorlton
SHOW CARD WRITINO
HANI)  UXUMINATIXO
Terms Reasonable
IM Hanson Ave.       Krone Silt
GEORGE E. BOWER
LUM., A.R.C.M.,
Musical Director
Cranbrook Musical Society
Teacher of Singing, Violin and
Piano
Preparation for Musical Examinations
Plume Hid
(ni lib rook, H.C.
Cranbrook Hotel Cafe
Tlm Only FlrBt Class Dining
Room in ii»> Olty
Our  Henlio  Will   I'lense  Vim
Open trom 1.if, 11.111. 10 8.15 p.m.
(HIE SHIPMENTS
RECEIVED AT
TKAII, SMELTER
Following iu a statement or ore revived ut  lhe Trail Smelter tor the
period during December 15th to -1st
inclusive:
Nume of Mine aud Locality Tons
Alamo, Alamo, B.C      DO
Black Roclt, Northport, Wn     125
Galena Farm, Silverton, B.C....     12
Knob Hill, Republic, Wn     103
Northport S. & R. Co., Northport   346
Puradlse, Invermere, B.C      42
Quill), Republic, Wu       52
Ruth, Sandon. B.C       34
Silversmith, Sandon, B.C     122
Surprise, Republic, Wn    52
Company Mines  11,053
Fifty Thousand Dollars For a Strawberry Plant
Totnl
7.(131 ,
ting about twenty head nt choice beef
animals rrom Campbell Blair, ut the
Reclamation [-'anu.— creston Review.,
Tells Tlothers
How to Treat   '
Child's Colds
The Hired Actlou of Vaporizing Suh i* 1*  Besl
('.MH'OHATION OF THE CITV
OF CltAMlItOOK
HI M.il'AI, ELECTION
H. C. LONG
Fashionable Ladles' nnd «ent»'
Merchant Tailor.
Chinese Fumy Hoods mill Kill.
Van Home SL, ('rnubruok
Plione 4111 P.O. Box 447
WllillHIBi'll^^ ' "j
P A It K E It  &  M « 0 E E ij
Flour ami Feed Merchants
liny mul drain ol All Klnile
lluuson Avenue
Crnnliroflk
OlltOO Phono 82    Res. I'lionu 310 I
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Canadian
PACIFIC
(1UAMHHOOK TRAIN TIME8
NU. bJ DAILY—To Nelson, Vancouver. Spokano, etc. Arrive 12.10 p.
m.i leave 12.20 p.m.
NO. W DAILV-To Fernle, - Ut_-
bridge, Medicine Hat, Calgary, etc.
Arrive 4.10 pjn.; leave 4.10 p.m.
PUBpTG NOTICE Is hereby given to
tlu- Klectors of tho Municipality or the
Corporation of the City or Cranbrook)
tlmt I require the jirettence of the said
Electors ut the Muntclpul Olllce of tlie
Corporation of the Olty of Cranbrook,
Norbury Avenue, Crunbrook, B. t!., al
1 p.m. (local time) on the 8th day
of January, 19-..I; for the purpose ot"
electing persons to represent them In
the Municipal Council, an Mayor aud
Aldermen, and ior tlie purpose of electing persons to represent them uh Po
lice Commissioner and School Trustees. •
The mode of nomination of Cumll*
dat.es shall he as follows:''
Tlie Ca n did a tea shall be nominated
in writing; the writing shall be subscribed by two voters of the Municipality as proposer and seconder, and
shall bo delivered to tlie returning officer at any timo between the date of
the Notice and 3.(10 p. m. (local time)
of the day of the nomination; the
said writing may be ln the form numbered fi in the schedule of the Municipal Elections Act, nnd shall state the
name, residence, nnd. occupation or
description of each parson proposed,
In such muniier as sufficiently to Identify such candidate; and In tlie event
of a poll being necessary, nich poll
will he opened on the llth day of January. 1923, at the Municipal Building,
Norbury Avenue, Crunbrook, B. G.,
between the hours of 10.00 a.m. (local
time) until S.00 p.m. (local time,) of
which every person is hereby required to take notice and govern himself
accordingly.
The qualification by law required to
be possessed by thn candidates for thc
ofllce or offices mentioned above are
as follows:
PUR JIVYOIt. the person qualified
to be nominated for and elected ns the
Mayor of any City shall be any person
who Is a British subject of the full
ago of twenty-one years and not disqualified under any law, and has for
ihe six months next preceding the
duy of nomination being tlte registered
owner, in the Lund Iteglstry Otnce,
of Land or Real Property-tin the City
of the assessed value, on the last Municipal Assessment Roll, of One thousand ($1,000.00) dollars or more over
and above any registered Judgment
or Cliargo, and who is otherwise duly
qualified na a Municipal Voter:
* FOK YI.M KM AN. the person qualified to be nominated for and elected
as the Aldermen of any City shall be
any person who is a British subject
of the full age of twenty-one years
and not disqualified under any law,
and has for the six months next preceding the day of nomination being
the registered owner, in the Laud
Registry Offlce, of Land or Renl Property in the City to the assessed value,
on the last Municipal Assessment
Roll, nf Five Hundred ($500.00) dollars or more over and above any registered Judgment or Charge, and who
Is otherwise duly qualified us a Municipal  Voter.
FOR POLICE COMMISSIONS, the
person qualified to he nominated for
and elected &B the Police Commissioner of any City shall be any person
who Is a British subject of the full
npo of twenty-one years und not dls-
iimilifinl under any law, nnd baa for
the six months next preceding the day
of nomination being uio registered
owner. In the Land Registry Office, of
Laud or Real Property lu tho City lo
tho assessed value, ou Ithe last Municipal Assessment Roll, of Fivo hundred .$(.0000) dollars or more over
and above any registered judgment or
cliargft, and who is otherwise duly
Qualified as a Municipal Voter.
SCHOOL TRUSTERS, the persons
qualified to be nominated for and
electa! as School Trustees for tlie
Cranbroolf Municipal School District
shall be any poison being a British
subject of tiie full age of twenty-one
years actually residing within the District, and having been for Iho six
months next preceding the date of
nomination tho registered owner, In
tlie Land Registry Olllce, or I*nd or
Real Property in the City School
Dlstrlcl of tin assessed value, on the
Ins! Municipal Assesenicnt Roll, of
Five hundred ($600.00) dollars or
more over and above any registered
Judgment or Ollftrge- and bolng otherwise qualified (o vote at an Klectlon
of Bchool Triistcoa in tho Bald School
District, slml] bo eligible to ho elected
or to serve ns a School Truutce In
such City School District
Qiven under my hand at Cranbrook;
B.C., this 20Hi dny of December, 1922.
THOMAS M. ROBERTS,
411-4 Returning Ollicer.
R Jftm1! ,ErDt'at,.y'i0f «ne^nRlvers Mlcnipan-h" «* a record price for strawberry plants.   He paid Kerry
Rockhiil. of Conrad, la., $50,000 for an everbearing plant which has taken fourteen years   0 develoi.   Thi
' - •»■""•'•■    *'"  Beattyhas named it thc Rockhiil berry. *
berries grown on this plant are gigantic     Mr
sriMHI.ATIVi:   VALUE
THK   YVKATHI.K   BULLETIN
M
Craabrook, WycUAe, Klmberley Ser*
flMI
No. 8»-Leave 7.06 a.m.   lfo.8S4-Ar-
rtve 2.10 p.m.
Craabrook, Lake Windermere ail
Golden Serlreet
Holiday and Thursday, each week
—HO. 881, lea?e 8 a.m.    Wednsaday
ud   Saturday—HO. Nl- arrive   I.M
p.n.
For further particulars apply le
any ticket eft*'
J. Bt PROCTOR,
JUY.NKH LAKK AM)
WALDO NEWS
A delightful Christmas tree wus
hold In Waldo at Ross* Hall on Dec.
21st. The programme wus put on by
Ihe school children under the training
or Misses Fitzgerald nud Riley. The
giving of the presents from the tree,
hy a very realistic Santa Claus completed a very pleusant evening.
Mm Chrruthers, ac-eompunicd 'by
hor sister, Miss Lend rum, left for Edmonton on Saturday night. They ure
lo spend their Christmas vacation
there with their sister-in-law, Mrs.
I.en drum.
Leslie Brooks of Baynes suffered
from a painfullujury when he sprained his arm lust Saturday, by fulling
off a chair. He Is improving us quickly as can be expected.
Mrs. Smith's sister spent Christmas
Day at Baynes.
Mr. und Mrs. (Jrlfllth and daughter
from Jaffray spent Christmas Day at
P. W. Adolph's, Baynes Luke.
The warm weather and ruin havo
completely spoiled the skating rink
on (he lake. Another will ho made
when cold weather starts in nml hockey gniflbs will be resumed.
Tho local schools closed Tor Christmas Vacation on December 22. School
opens again on January 8th, 1923.
Mr. Tom Parker and family of Waldo have gone to the Const for the win-
Mr. and Mrs. Nntt of Wardner nre
spending the vacation with Mr. and
Mrs. C. H. Brooks of Baynes.
Mr. and Mrs. Melster and daughter
spent Christmas Day at Cranbrook.
The Adolpii Mill is closed temporarily on account of shortage of logs.
Work will be resumed in a few days.
Mr. Rue. the local O. N\ Agent spent
Christmas in Spokane.
Mr. Wm. Madden returned from the
Stntes to spend Christmas with his
folks ut Baynes Lake.
(Received too late for last week)
The Hockey Club gave a most delight ful dance here lust Prldny night,
und are planning to huve another
dance 011 Priday, December 29th,
A party wns held at Waldo In honor
ol' Miss Fitzgerald, who is to he married shortly. Miss Fitzgerald will bo
-adly missed by everyone iu Waldo
and Baynes, We all wish her the very
best of luck iu tho matrimonial journey.
Mrs. Ciiiruthers, the school nurse,
paid u visit to Buy ties School last
week.
The first hockey game of the season
was played al Bnynes on Sunday last.
Tiie score wus 1 -.1, and the gnmo wus
uot finished on account of the cold
weather. Tho nert gume played will
he nt Waldo.
Oi'i'icinl Thermometer Iteudfligs
How a combination of three pupers w Cnnih-Pook
In one, such us The Family Herald
and Weekly Star of Montreal, can be ,„.
,      ,  , „       , ...       Thursday, December 21
produced und delivered to subscribers'...       _ .
__.,.,        , , „ Friday, December 22 ..
at the low price of two dollars a year, ■ ,
,    , . *      iSaurday, December 2.i,
remains an unsolved mystery io the I _    .     .,       .
,_.__.,   Sunday, December 24 ..
rending public.    In each IsBiie of this  ,, ■ .
. ,      , .       ! Monday, December 25 .
seventy-two page weekly   here Is a _,      ,      ,,       ,
,'     ,        , ,      , 1 Tuesday, December 2ti .
complete farm journal, a homo maga ■
Mux.
.. 41
.. 40
ziue containing seven days' reading
for every member of the family, nnd
a weekly digest of world news.
If this were not enough, we now
read un announcement by tlie publishers of The Family Herald that for
a limited period they are offering each
new subscriber a choice of-Jlve valuable hooks, cost free. Present subscribers who send in one new subscription to Thc Family Herald In
addition to their own renewal also
qualify for a book. Any one of the
following books muy be selected: (1)
"The New Farmer's Manual," compiled and published by' The Family
Herald and Weekly Star, without
question the best book of reference
ever offered to the Canadian farmer;
(2) "The Family Herald Cook Book"
complete, scientific but non-technical;
(3) "100 of the Best Songs"; (4) "100
Singing Games"; (ii) "Album of
Sacred  Songs."
The fact is emphasized that these
valuable books will not be sold for
cash at uuy price, but can be obtained
only us u reward for new subscriptions
ul the rnte of two dollars per yeur.
I'he supply Is snld to be limited, but
the publishers guarantee delivery provided ihe new subscription Is received
by December :11st.
Wednesday, December 27
Mln.
35
34
34
The first of tlie 1922 carload shipping of cattle went eust on Tuesday,
Walkley, the Crauhrook butcher get-
Treat cue cold with Vick's VapoRub
and, as in the case reported below,
yuu will adopt this external method
for all the cold troubles of the family,
When ihe little ones come in wet
and sniffling, just apply Vick's over
throat and chest and cover with a
flannel cloth.    Repeat at bedtime..
Vicks acts like a liniment or plaster. In addition, its Ingredients, vaporized by the body heat, are inhaled
alt night  long.
The child is usually better next
morning and the bad after-effects of
Internal dosing are avoided. Just as
good, of course, for adults.
.Mrs. Win. White. 44 Sebastopol St..
Montreal, Que., writes: "I find Vicks
splendid. 1 used it tor headache and
sore throat, and ulso used it on baby
for bronchitis, and when I called in
the doctor he suid it wus the best thing
I could huve done. 1 have recommended it to others and they have
used ft. 1 apply it freely to the affected parts and leave it to do its
work."
At ull drug stores, 50c. u jar. For
a free test size package, write Vick
Chemical Co.. 344 St. Paul St. West,
Montreal,  P.Q.
liver 17 MINI lur- l-eil Yearly.
NELSON BUSINESS COLLEGE
LKAKN Til EARN
I'rurtlral Cumuterrlal C-nin-f* In
Shorthand, Tjper,riling
Bo.-Ueepii-K,   Ci-mmenlal   Law
Penmanship
Cocuierclal English and
Spelling
DAY   AND   NIGHT   OLASSlflS
Fur Particulars Apply to
C. W. TYLEB, Principal
P. 0. Box, ll, Nelson, B.C
A SIN TO LET
HAIR FALL OUT
35c "Danderine"Saves Your
Hair—Ends Dandruff!
Delightful Tonic
Bruce Robinson
Teacher nf Music
Studio above Murdock McLeod's. Plione 215
ROBINSON'S OnCNHANCES MHMGED FOR
FOK   It KM ANILITY, SOUND-
NESS OF CONSTRUCTION,
PURITY OF TONE AND PERFECTION OF TOUCH,
CHOOSE A
Write for Iiooklct or Call at   410 Baker Street, Nelson, B.C.
Hurry! It's your duty) Kadi day
you Bee ;i little more hair tailing out
and you are malting no effort to avoid
baldness, What n pity. Falling liair
means your hair is weak, lick, -possl-
iiiy dandruff is strangling it. or the
i.air root pores in the scalp are not
firm and light, thus wasting the hair-
growing oils.
Danderine almost instantly stops
Tallin.: hair of men of women aud
cleans every particle of dandruff away
then the hair takes on new life, vigor,
and strength to grow strong, thick,
nnd long.
Danderine is delightful—not sticky
or greasy, (io to any drug store now
and gr-t a bottle. Use it. Have healthy
heavy beautiful hair and lots of IL
■r ■*:• '*...■'.'., ' ■.,;. '".i:*
I
Beechamss
1     Pills     1
^v Keep you -fit /_J
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oor. tssMit.' ™"'cs!m, (Mt            GAMES TO BE PLAYED SATURDAY, JANUARY 6          Cgp~._,.,.w b. ^...,.-1., .„ rf tt,
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vANcoovEB, b. o.                TEN ESTIMATES WITH §1 SUBSCRIPTION      m,.c-*-_
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smptiou entitles competitor to oue estimate; 60c for ten weeks and two estimates; 75c for fifteen weeks and fire ...unite;; St fer t*er.iy st. -i.e.. aci tea e-i;,~>Ls.   IN
STRUCTIONS FOR FILLING IN COUPONS;   You simply Indicate whether tbe HOME TEAM WU1 icon MOBE. LESS or tbe SAME KOMBEB rf (Mil Uum tse)- 1 ered .:;
tbe corresponding game last year, by placing an -*X" in tbe column provided In tbe Coupon.
vame                                                                                                     ADDRESS       	
Pigurea nfttr -aeh teem dendtn lo.t see
son's score.
M Is MOBE           L is LESS           S ls SAME
| 3           VttSuir.           Tears
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Last
Away           Veers
Score
Coupon No. 1
MLS
Coupon No. 2
MLS
Coupon Ne. 3
MLS
C«r.psn No.  i
MLS
C&r.p-r  No. -
:.:     l     s
BURNLEY                 2
BHEFFIELD D,         1
1          1
1          1      _
1          i
1          i
BIRMINGHAM            1
8USDERI.AXD            0
1          1
1    !
	
PRESTON NORTH E. 1
ASTON VILLA            0
1          1
1    1
!
TOTTENHAM H.        2^
M1DDLKSUORO          4
1          1
1          1
1    1
i           1
LEEDS UNITED        2
PORT VALE                1
1          1
1          1
1    1
LEICESTER CITY      1
DARSSLET                0
1          1
1          1
!     1
_____
ROTHERHAM 0.        2
CLAPTON- ORIENT    1
1          1
1          1
1          1
!    1
MILLWALL A.           1
LCTON TOWN           I
1          1
1    1
1     1
WATFORD                 2
CHARLTON   A.           2
!    1
1          1
1          1
1    1
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BARROW                   2
LINCOLN C.               0
1    1
1    1
!    1
GLASGOW RANGERS 2
MOTHERWELL          1
1          1
1    1
!
ST. MIRREN              1
HIBERNIANS             1
1    1
_____________
Coupon No. 7
MLS
1
Coupon No. 9
M        L        .1
_________________
Coupon No. 10
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Away            Year's
Score
Coupon Mo. 6
MLS
Coupon No. 8
MLS
BURNLEY                 2
SHEFFIELD D.           1
1     1
|_  1
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1 ' 1
1
1
I           1
	
BIRMINGHAM          1
SUNDERLAND          0
I    1
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1          1
PRESTON NORTH E. 1
ASTON VILLA            0
1    1
1     1
I
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TOTTENHAM H.        2
MIDDLESnORO          1
1           1
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1     1
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MILLWALL A.           1
LUTON TOWN          1
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1      1
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CHARLTON   A.           J
1           I
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LINCOLN C.                 0
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MOTHERWELL           1
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i PAGE FOUR
TUG CRANBROOK HERALD
Friday, Deceinlter *_», 1922
g Dug ___ £ga »!*m__-j£inWra_p_BS»W^||
mctbodfst Church
KEV. B. C. FREEMAN, Pastor
"You cuu huve Prosperity if you ure willing to work for ii witli fail It.
work mnl co-operation."—Rotary Club Placard
We wish you all a Happy and Prosperous New Year.
SUNDAY, DECMUER 31st
11 a-m.—"THE UHQE OF OPPORTUNITY." Junior Choir. Wu invite any followers ol" Uie ijord Jesus lo join us in observing the
Sacratneut of ihe Lord's Supper ut Mils service.
7.30 ii.m.—"ANNO DOMINI 11)2;:."   Senior Cliolr.
1 I'OJTOMI WELCOME TO Al.l.
fc
Vou have benn GOOD TO
VS — may Fate be GOOD
TO VOU I.V ALL TIIE
VICARS   TO   COMB!
/SEW;
YEAR
Cranbrook $a$b
$ Door Co., Ul
-&
IODUE8 AND SOCIETIES
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meets ln tba
O.W.V.A. Hall
afternoon of tha
first Tuesday at
3 p.m.
All ludlaa ara
cordially luvlted
I-renlileiit:   Mm. V. Coimtnntlue.
SecTreasnier:   Mrs.  S. Tnylor.
JANUARY ROD AM) OUN
KNKJIITS OF PYTHIAS
Crnnbruok, ll.l'.
Meets every Tuesday at 8 p.m.
lu tlie Fraternity Hall
e. a. am, co.
H. L. Harrison, KR. ■_ 8.
R. C. Carr, H.F.
Visiting brethren rurdlall; In.
Tiled to attend
The Jnnunry Issue of Hoi! and Gun
in Canada, Ilie opening number for
1923, sola it high standard for tlie subsequent issues lo equal, Tliis number
is now on sale, and it should please
every sportsman. An assortment of
splendid fontures greets Ilie reader.
Bonnycastle Dale excels himself in
his splendid contribution, "A Christinas Day's Duck Hunting," while
"A Trip up lhe Tuku Hlver" is uuollier
arttclo Ihul Is almost sure to please.
Harry M, Moore, lhe gifted Canadian
writer, lius never written u betler
story than "Hones," whicli is another
hlg attraction In this issue. The various departments, the diversity of features, ihe line Illustrations—all these
help to mako up u magazine of quality
und excellence,
Hod und (inn fu Canada is published
monthly at Woodstock, Ontario, by
W. J. Tnylor, Limited.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
I. 0. 0. F.
KEY CITV LODGE, No. 4*2
^«*«Ct______    Meets every
QJEjO&Monday night at
IBKRWfcJTl-e Auditorium
Sojourning Oddfellows cordially
lnvltod.
R. P. Moffatt    -   Noble Grand
W. a Adltrd, P.O.   -  Rh. 8m.
MOTHER!
Clean Child's Bowels with
"California Fig Syrup'*
Ch
Even a nick child lovea the "fruity"
taste of "California Pig Syrup." If the
little tongue i-< coated, or if your clll id
is Unties*-, cross, feverish, full uf cold,
or lum colli*, u tcaHi.wnful will never
fill! to open tliu bowel... In a few limin.
you can nee for yourself how thoroughly It works all the eoiiBtlpation poison,
sour bile uud waste from the tender,
little bowelH and given you a well,
playful child again.
MfllioiiH of mothers keep "California Fig Syrup" handy. They know u
tea-spoonful to-day saves a sick child
to-morrow. Ask your druggist for
genuine "California Fig Syrup" whicli
has directions for babies nnd children
of nil ages printed on tlte bottle. Mother! You must Bay "CAIIFOHNIA"
or you may get an imitation fig syrup.
I'hone 810
P.O. Bex SU
B. A. MOORHOUSE
A.M.E.I.C., & B.C.L.S.
-?H0V. LAND SUKVETOH
(ranhreok     •      •      -B.C.
IV. A . F E K 01 E
DENTIST
Campbell-Manning Bloek
I-Iiime 07.    Offlce Ileum
I to IS, 1 to 5 p.m.  San. (to 1.
D_i. Oreen * HaeKiano*
Phjileltni and Surf sons
Oflee at rs.ldeaoe, Anutronf
Atmm
OFFICE HOURS
Forfcoons   t.M to U.M
Attsrnooni  I.M ta   4.M
««nlni» T.M to   I.M
*******   Ill to  t.M
CRANBROOK, S. C.
DR. F. B. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE HOURS
8 to 12 a.m.     1 to 5 p.m.
Hanson Bill., CRANBROOK, B.C.
Saptiat Ctjurcf)
PASTOR W. T. TAPSCOTT
SUNDAY NEXT
11 a.m. —- Morning Sanies.
Subject:
•SOUND THE GREAT
REQALL."
12 noon—Sunday School.
7.80 p.m.—Evening service.
Subject:
"THE GREAT DECISION.'
Thursday, 8 p.m .-*Pr_jrer meeting and B. Y. P. U.
YOU ARE WELCOME
Notice
WATKIt ACT, CHAPTER 81,
SECTION  159  (I)
TAKE NOTICE that the Consolidated Mining and Smelting
Company of Canada, Limited, of
Kimberley, B.C., has filed a copy
of the following Schedule of
Tolls, proposed to be charged to
water users In the town of Klmberley, B.C., with—
1, The Comptroller of Water
Rights, Victoria, B.C.
2. The Water Recorder, at
Cranbrook, B.C.
The application for the approval of the Schedule will be
heard at a time and place to be
fixed by the Board.
Objections must be made In
willing and filed with the Board
within thirty days after this
date,   DECEMBER  28th,   1922.
I'hi* (tiiisolitlHl.Ml Mining and
Smelting Co., Ltd.
SCHEDULE—WATER HATES
TOWS OK K1MIIERLEY, IM*.
RESIDENCES, Minimum
(No bath or flush) 	
UATH, each 	
URINALS, each 	
WATER CLOSET8, euch	
TENEMENT HOUSES.
per family 	
BUSINESS PREMISES
STORES   	
OFFICES   	
BARBER SHOPS, lst Chair	
EACH ADDITIONAL CHAIR  ...
BATHS,  each   	
WATER CLOSETS, each	
HOTELS    	
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WATER   NOTICE
DherKlon nnd Imp
TAKE NOTICE that The Consolidated Mining and Smelting Company of
Caiindn* whose address Is Trail, B.C.,
wil! apply for a licence to tako and
uko One Million Gallons per day of
water out of Mark Creek, whieh flows
easterly and drains Into St. Mary's
Hi ver ahout Marysvllle, B.C.
The water will be diverted from the
stream at a point near the Power
Houso on the Mark Creek Mineral
Claim, and will be used for the pur-
poso of Waterworks upon the land
described us Klmberley, D.C, (In U.t
135S, (i.i., Kootenay, B.C.), and the
torrltory within which thc applicant's
powers in respect of the undertaking
are to be exercised Ifl within Kim-
berley, B.C.
This notice wan posted on the
Rround tho 2Cib day of December,
1928. A copy of this notice and an
application pursuant thereto and to
tho "Water Act, 1914," will be filed lu
tho office of the Water Recorder at
Cranbrook. B.C.
The petition for approval of tbe undertaking as per Section 72 of the Act
will he beard In the ofllce of the
Board of Investigation at a date to be
fixed by the Comptroller, and any
Interested person may file an objection
thereto In the office of the Comptroller
or of tbe said Water Recorder.
Objections to the application may
be filed with the said Water Recorder
or with the Comptroller of Water
Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C., within thirty days after the
first appearance of this notice In a
local newspaper.
THE   CONSOLIDATED   MININO
AND   SMELTING   COMPANY
OP  CANADA,  LIMITED,
Applicant.
E. G. MONTGOMERY,
Agent.
Th* dots of the first publication of
this Both* hi D-Kmbtr UU, j»21
Of Interest to Poultry Keepers
Edited by Tlie Brown Poultry Ranch Port Steele, B.C.
QM  lAym *%*m ,sm^M,m*^m,,r\^m..e\f,m.,*\f.m..*\/imsQ
1923 J^bH    1923
With the approach of January you
should begin to figure pretty definitely
on your next summer's crop of chicks.
We have already arranged for 4,000
babies the last week ln March, and the
balance of our requirements to come
ihe second week ln April, with perhaps
art additional 1,000 the first week ln
June.
It you want October eggs, get your
chicks out not later than the second
week iu April. Keep them growing
as rapidly as possible, separate the
cockerels as soon as their sex can be
determined, ond devote your attention
to tho growing or the pullets. A formula of feed that should grow 85 per
cent, of your baby chicks will be given later in these columns.
Although your lust season's pullets
are proving excellent layers, do not
hatch from them. Select yonr year
and two yeur old hens, place them In
■liiurlers by themselves, mate with a
Kood cock bird that has been kept
from the hens alt winter. You will
raise more and better chlckB from a
pen of fifteen old hens and one good
pure bred cock than you can possibly
gel from four times that number of
pullets and common bain yard roost-
era.
No egg should be fertile at this season of the year. If you have mule
birds with your hens, it Is almost a
crime to offer the eggs for sale as
fresh eggs. Both the Canadian and
U.S. Governments say thoy are not
fresh arter 48 hours, while a non-
fertile egg remains ror weeks with no
chemical change. But, remember, they
will absorb and retain the flavor of
whatever they muy come in contact
with, so keep your eggs clean, dry,
and awny from vegetables.
*   *' *   *
You should have culled the flocks
closely by now, thus avoiding danger
of breeding from birds of low constitutional vigor. Don't let the fancier
till you loo full of his "trap nested"
dope. It's all right in Us place but
the farmer cnn.t afford to follow It.
-.'till carefully for vitality, watch your
Hock closely, umi you will become acquainted with the biddies giving the
best account of their.iielves fn the egg
basket. Buy a pure bred male bird
thut has come from trap nested stock
with a known record, r.nd you wUI go
n long way towards correcting the defects hi your Hock.
»   *   *   •
Tho poultry show Is all right lu Its
place, but look here, Mr. Farmer, it's
up to us to produce the supply of food
for the whole world. That's a big job,
so get busy. Let the non-producer and
the consumer run (lie show. Lots of
people go a long ways to please the
eye, but you cun travel farther ou a
full stomach. Don't be afraid to get
up early, work late, and hustle between times.   The hens will keep pace
witb the man In charge.  A slacker on
the job means a slacker on the roost.
*•'••*
Do uot allow your hens outside the
house during winter, even though tbe
temperature Is mild. Close confinement has proven the best. Get your
Government Bulletins and read upon
this subject.
• *   •   *
If you are farming right, you should
have no young pigs at this season, so
feed tho milk to tha hens—nothing
better.
• •   •   *
Do you know that twelve hens will
eat less than five per cent, of the food
a calf will consume In three yeara,
and bring you five times the returns?
Try it.
• *   •   *
Forty below zero aud 1,000 eggs a
duy, uot a comb frosted nor a cackle
choked. That's the record of the
Brown Poultry Ranch.   You can do aa
well.
• *   •   *
For the information of those who
may be Interested, we give below
complete detail of our present feeding,
uuder which we are securing a -50 per
tent, egg production;
Three o'clock a.m.—Lights on (ten
000 candlepower lamps.) Grain consisting of one part oats, one part
whole corn, and one part wheat, fed In
deep litter; about three pounds to
every 100 birds.
1 Ten o'clock—Wet mash of 3 parts
llne ground barley, 3 parts fine ground
oats, 1 part fine ground corn, 3 parts
No. 1 flour middlings. 3 parts No, 1
pure wheat bran, 2 parts No. 1 pure
wheat shorts, 1 part meat meal, and
a small measure of suit. Feed about
5 lbs. to the 100 birds or all tbey will
clean up ln 30 minutes.
Twelve o'clock noon — Beets, turnips and alfalfa leaves.
Three o'clock p.m.—Grain same as
at 3 a.m. about 7 lbs. to the 100 birds.
Send them to bed full to the neck and
empty at the egg basket. A dry mash
of the same materials and proportions
(except meat meal which fs a little
heavier) Is kept before the fowls ln
self feeders at all times, as well as
shell, bone, aud charcoal. A sufficient
number of drinking founts are kept
replenished at intervals throughout
the day, with warm water or milk.
A safe guide for feeding ls about 10
lbs. of grain and 5 lbs. of wet mash
per 100 fowls,*, with dry mash before
them at all times. They will -consume about the same amount of dry
mush as of wet mash.
• •       "•       0
Select two eggs for your breakfast
one from a barn yard flock and one
from a closely confined flock fed only
on clean grains and ground feed. The
judgment you pronounce is absolutely
certain to be ln favor of the latter
egg.
XMAS   KNTERTAIXMENT
AT MARYS VILLE SCHOOL
IS  GREAT  SUCCESS
(jootl Program Put On Saturday
Last, And Santa Pays
A  Visit
A children's Christmas treat waa
held In the Marysvllle School on the
lilght of the 23rd of December, 1922.
The chairman was Mr. William Bartholomew, nnd the programme was as
follows: Address on "The Love of
God," by Mr. Chas. Evans. Mr. Harold Bennett's Marysvllle Two-piece
Orchestra was in attendance and discoursed very fine dance music, Highland flings, old time tunes, etc.
which were very much appreciated by
ihe "old" and the "young," who nearly all took part in the dancing. Santa
wns taken by Mr. J. Horman. The
children who recited were as follows
"The Night After Christmas," Leon!
Bidder. "I'd Like u Knife to Cut,"
Donald Lcmmon. "Everlasting Don'is
(Suy! we have all been kiddles),'
Maxio Bidder. "Emily Jane," Mildred
Watkins. "Buffalo Track," Jimmy
Bidder. "Good St, Nlcbolus," Robin
Bidder (u charming little fellow).
"Tho Ten Party," Muriel Herchmer.
Fulrics," Margaret Aw mack (and she
herself the rhlef fairy!).
The young ladles who were invited
to the tree dressing bee were uh follows: The Misses Marie Plghln, May
Bidder, .Nellie Watkins, Nellie Tib-
hot ts, May olanvllle, Madge Keer,
Runka Lunttln, Huthle Tlbbetts, Dot
Keer, Grade Tlbbetts, and Edith Wat
MeJcfcpS'tJbsfo
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IT'S A GOOD THING,Tf.
HALF   OF THE WOBL
K/iOW WHAT   THE Ol
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The townseople of Marysvllle are
very proud of tlieir beautiful girts,
and their lovely star-eyed flower-like
children. By courtesy of the Marysvllle boys the Baseball Trophy was
exhibited on a pedestal. A financial
report waB given by the chairman,
The tree was loaded with valuable
presents, all of the same value, for
each child.
Mr. Wilfred Awmack proposed a
vote of thanks to Mr. Bartholomew,
the chief organizer, and also to Mr. J.
Horman, which were welj responded
to. Thanks! many thanks to the Mesdames who so kindly helped, and
Borved such dainty refreshments.
Here's to our next happy meeting.
|hpkakkr saves the
ii.c. oovernment
from a defeat
Victoria. B.C.—Por the flrst time In
twenty years the Speaker of the Legislature, by his casting vote saved the
Government from defeat Thursday
night of last week, when a division
wns called on the Initiative of R, H.
Pooley, Conservative member for Es*
qulmalt, who introduced a technical
amendment dealing with the registration of wills.
A demand for a division, though <ib-
Jnctud to by the Opposition, wub carried inlo effect and the vote stood 23
to 22. The Speaker, by his deciding
voto, defeated the amendment.
The Vickers Company completed the
placing of the new steel span In the
c.l'.lt. bridge at the canyon on Saturday, and by llle end of the week wtll
be through there and will move east
to the tunnel at Crowsnest.
—Creston Review.
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Wish of
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1922 HAS BEEN A GOOD
YEAR!
We thank you for thc part
you played in making it so,
and in tho words of Dickens,
"A Happy New Year to us all.
God bless us every one."
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Prosperous
New Year
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TIIK   CRANBHOOK
PAGE   FIVE
OVERSEAS OFFICER,
i     uitoTiii:it or local
RESIDENTS, DIES
[Continued from Page 1)
MAIL  CONTRACT
SIDLED TK.NDl.Rd, addressed to
the Postmaster General, will lie received nl Ottawa until noon, on Friday
the :!i.ii! January, 1923, for the conveyance til' His Mn J i-st y's Mulls, on u
proposed Contract lur four years,
twelve times per week on tiie route
Haynes I,uko nnd Hallway Station
Uirt'iil Northern), Trom Hie 1st April
next.
Printed ntii ices roululnlug further
Information ns to condltloiiB of proponed Contract may he booh and blank
i'i>riiih of Tender may lie ohtnined at
(he PoBl nlll* e of Haynes Lake, II.C,
and at Ihe olllce or tho pout Ofllca In
spoctor;
POST OPFICE INSPECTOR'S OFFICE
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Post  Ollice  Itispeelor.
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cool, clean feeling. Use it to pre*
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Wliere It licjs to deal
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Maternity ami tlenerul Nursing
Terms Moderate
MILS. A. OKAHTOHll, Jhlron.
d.rileii AvLMiue      -  Plume 258
Milk and Cream
DIRECT KKOM
Big Butte Dairy Farm
MONK   10
Tor a hrieiv period alter tlie war he
acted as an enumerating officer for the
Oovernment iu connection with tlie
Cehstfa inking, subsequently returning
to his old firm, with whom he wus engaged at ihe time of his death.
Shortly before the outbreak of the
European war, Col. McPhee was ottered command or u Drigude In Hie Militia Department, Decauae this might
Interfere with his civil business affairs, ho declined lhe offer.
When tbo trumpet of war .sounded.
however, fl touched a chord in his
nature which was at once responsive,
and notwithstanding his age of fifty
years, lie voluntoered. Upon his lirst
onllatiuonl In1 was UBSlguod as u paymaster t'ui'iuiii wiih ihe Twentieth
Uutlallou, Fourth Brigade,
Following iwo yeara' service fu the
Held lu Prunes, he wns recalled to Or-
gnnti-o tho i~7th Blmcoe county Bat-
tullon. Tills was Ibe second battalion
raised in this ooatnty ut Mint time. As
Commnudlng Officer of the I77ih unit,
he organized, equipped and took the
battalion overseas.
It was during itia furlough from active campaigning in tbe year 1918 tbat
Col. McPhee was married, hfs wedding
with Miss Harrison or St. .lohn, N.B.,
taking place hi Marcli of that your.
Col McPhee waa proud of tbe fact
that he had risen from lhe ranlta. He
lirst served as a prlvute fn tbe old
Th_j_ty-flfth Slmcbe regiment, rising by
degrees to tlie command of tbat unit
in 1902. His service as Commanding
Officer of that unit was exlraordinary.
At thut time Ihe maximum term was
five yours. Al tbe request of Ills own
officers und officers of tbe militia staff
J bo was retained for an additional period of more than two years,
In the years 1911 and 11)12 be wns
chief musketry officer on Ceil. Cotton's
stuff. He wus. of course, on the Reserve Hsl when the war broke out.
In religion Col. McPliee was mi Anglican. He was a member of tbe
Workmen, tlie Foresters, the Sons of
Scotland and the Masonic Order.
In-the Masonic Order, Col. McPhee
was a member of tbe Uarrie Corinthian Lodge Xo. 9(1. He was Past First
Principal of Signet Chapter No. 34,
Hnrrie; Past Preceptor of Mount Calvary Preceptory, Barrle, and a Past
Provincial Prior of ihut body fn this
district which includes Toronto und
Whitby. lie was a Thirty-second degree Scotllsh Rite Mason.
Following tbe private service nt
|the residence (lie funeral cortege will
rmovo io the Trinity Church.
j Col. McPheo's remains will he the
firs*, to he borne to ihelr last rosl ing
place ou the Gun Carriage recently
secured by Col. Cowan from the De
; pnrtmeni.
j An account of the Impressive fun-
oral accorded ♦Col, McPhee was con
tallied in n lato issue of tho Barrie
I Examiner, oa follows:
j Splendid tribute to tbe memory of
■ i.t.-i'oi John Bingham McPhee was
paid last Saturday Afternoon when bis
! hotly was hnd to rest.
i Leaving tlie family residence, GE
i High Street, al two o'clock, the cor*
jiege slowly wended iis way through
the streets, lined with respectful citizens to Trinity Church. The funeral
procession moved in the following order: Members of Masonic Craft. CU-
liens' Band, gun carriage hearing the
caakel covered with u Union Juck.
with pan bearers wolklug on either
shle. horse With empty saddle and riding boots reversed in the stirrups,
mourners, firing party, Veterans,
H.c.I  Cadets, membera of Barrle Eire
Brigade iu  uniform, employees oi the
needed to the Union Cemetery. After
Uie burial service, the Masons per
formed the funeral rites for their deported brother, the firing party of fifteen under Major Knowles fired Hire-1
volleys and the notes of "The Last
Post" rung out over the grave of a
kind friend, a brave soldier, and a
gallant gentleman.
Among tlie relatives from out of
town who attended the funeral were:
Mrs. A. (J. McAvlty (Bister of Mrs. McPhee), St. John, N.B.; Mr. and Mrs.
1). Adams. Toronto: lieo. Adums, (brother of Mrs. McPhee). of Muskoku;
Normun Northcote fbrother-in-Inw of
Mrs. McPhee) and Mrs. Northcote, of
Toronto.
■A wealth of beautiful floral tributes
bore their silent messages of sympathy umi respect. Besides ihose from
individuals, emblems were received
from ihe following organisational
Corinthian Lodge, No. 96, A. F. A:
A.M.; 0. C. and Officers ol West Tor-
onio Regiment (20th Un.); Officers
ami members of Mount Calvary Pre-
ceplory, Royal Arch Masons; Officers
f Uarrie Tanning Co.: Scottish Rite
Masons; O.W.V.A. of Colllngwood;
Uarrie Fire Department; Officers und
n of Simcoe Foresters.
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ACCOMPLISHMENTS OF SKS-
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flatulence, pusses, palpitation, or any
misery from n sour slomu-h ends.
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for u few cents.    ISAch package gnat
niiteed hy druggist.
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PAINTER &
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In Stock.
Store, Hanson Avenue
Phone 40!) at all hours
CKANHHOOK    -    ■    .    RC.
-Barrle Tunning fn., general  public
There   was  a   large  representation of
oil ihe hoiiies in attendance.
The pull bearers were Lt.-Col. the
lien Dugflld Carmichael, D.S.O., M.C;
1.1. fid.    D     11.    MaiUireu;     Ll-Cot.
Richard Koikes, li. Col, Alex Cowan,
llrevel-Col John Proece, Major Waller Si mi. Major Cer. R. Rogers and
Major .1. I   llnrtt
Among lhe other officers present
were Major Marl; Robinson. Supt. Al-
goii'iuiu pari.; Cupl. Robt. Henderson,
Toronto;   Capi. Ohus.    P.   Slocking.
Wiiiiliauslietie;   Cupl.   .1.   K    Tnd hope,
MC   Capt.   Clark   Wallace,   Ueut,
Ho icy. Orilfu; Capt   \V. S. Mcl'lfiiton,
M.c.   Midland,   as   woll   us   local
officers.
Ai    Trlnltj    church,   which    wus
crowded   beyond   i's sealing capacity.
Rev   a.  it   Beverley conducted th.
impressive   Aug Ifi nn   service   for  Ibe
dead. Rev. Hen.   \,  BrOWtl of St. An
ilrew's church rending the lesson.
From the Church tlie cortege pro
Cranbrook, B.C.,
December ^8, 1922.
To the Editor of the
Cranbrook Herald.
I Jear Sir:
As a subscriber of your worthy pallet-, and a member in good standing
of the local G. W. V. A., und one who
was engaged in active service in the
(.real War, would you be good enough to grant a smnll space for the
purpose of dealing with a matter
which I consider to be of paramount
Importance to tlie interest of tbo gen-
ral public, and particularly to those
who huve returned from tbe actual
theatre of war, and are thereby un-
uesilonubly entitled to reveal their
Identity us "wur veteruns." The present, liquor vendor, Alderman W. S.
Snnto has seen fit to publicly announce himself in your coutemiwrary
apparently in the full dress of an officer of lhe Canadian forces, possibly
witli the desired effect, already achieved, that be is a veteran- of Britain's
wars in the truest sense of tlte word,
lt Is with tho object of allaying suspicion in the minds of the citizens
that prompts me to intervene on their
and also his behalf. Therefore most
respect fully I usk Mr. Santo in the
next issue of your journal, so that be
might bu given un opportunity of proving the bonaflde nature of bis letter
and military phologrupb us given to
the public, lo kindly answer ihe following questions:
tl) Have you at any time in your
career been gazetted as an ollicer under ibe British Crown?
CD If you served your country either in the South African campaign
or overseas in the last greal war, with
what battalion, with dale and yeur?
(8) Have you dTseharRe papers from
ihe South African War or the recent
tJreat   War'.'
Discovering so much discussion In
lhe div regarding Mr. Santos recent
public attitude. I thought ll only fair
that lie he given an opportnity of further enlightening the people of lhe cl-
as to bis military record.
I'liauklng yon In the tntercsls of
fair play und justice*.
MEMBER OF LOCAL G.W.V.A,, .
Cranbrook, B.C.
VNM'AL CHRISTMAS
I'NTEKTAINMKNT   AT
KOOTENAY  ORCIIAKUS
(Coutinued from Page 1)
imondment to the Constitution Act.
which will allow him io proceed tu
London to argue cases before the Privy Council, in which tlie province is
nuresied. This is a tiling unheard
)f lu provincial legislatures of Can-
ida, but tbe majority rule prevailed,
aud "Wully" will be found trolling io
Ibe Old Land this coming year, at the
public's expense, in the meantime the
r;il Welfare'' Attorney - Qeneral,
lion. Mr. Manson, will remain ut home
id direct the activities of (he Liquor
niitrol Hoard.
Hue to pressure from certain Vancouver women's clubs, tbe hill admitting women lo Jury duty wus given a
sufe passage. ThlB will not come inlo
effect until September of next your,
while ll was pointed out Hint any
woman called for duty will have the
Xight to imve her name withdrawn
upon ber giving fifteen days' notice
to ibe sheriff.
MXOK CHANGES
TO BECOME UW
The Motor Vehicle Act was amended eliminating the clause compelling
drivers to slow down to 10 miles per
hour when passing street Intersections, while it ulso makes "Jaywalking" an offence.   The latter is deslgn-
1 for especially busy corners in the
more congested centres.
Hou. T. D. pattullo's amendment to
tbe Forestry Act, making anyone responsible for a lire if he or slie inul
lieen seen in the vicinity of the fire
ten minutes prior to it breaking out,
was thrown out as heing too drastic.
Tlie proposed subsidy to the Coast
Range Steel Ltd., a mysterious concern seeking to establish an Iron industry in tlie Province, aud Which is
being backed by Mrs. Mary Ellen
Smith, M.L.A., Ex-Mayor Gale, defeated Liberal candidate in Vancouver, und .1. A. Campbell, president of
the Vancouver Liberal Association,
wus also turned down following u caucus meeting, Premier Oliver standing
out against any expenditure being
made in this regard for ibis year at
least.
SESSION NOT HII It
IN ACTION
As stated above, tbe Session wus
largely a negative oue. It resulted in
a surplusage of talk, and a minimum
of action. It bus lert the great problems which confront this Province
practically untouched, aud tliis will
no doubt he regretted by Ibe electorate., Dlspite the Immense revenue now
being derived through liquor control,
ml the great increase which could be
broughi about In this revenue by better business methods In tiiat control.
taxation remains at a height which
st continue to be an Incubus ou the
people's initiative and enterprise. The
failure of ihe Session lies Iu the fact.
that. It has done nothing to promote
provincial developmeul on bruud and
sagacious lines.
As for the Conservative members or
the House, led by Mr. VY. .1. Bowser,
K.C, they have nothing to he afraid of
in their criticism delivered 'at the
Oliver administration. Such criticism
hus kept tiie Government iu check ou
many occasions uud bas resulted ln
several clauses of bills—which were
considered loo raw by the Opposition
to wurraiit passage—heing withdrawn
by the Administration. One of these
was the attempt to place Messrs. Winn
and Parker Williams to liie jobs on
the Workmen's Compensation Board.
l! was the same Parker Williams,
when a member of the Opposition in
lhe House some years ago. to criticise
u similar attempt, aud the former
member for Newcastle, seated in the
gallery when tlie bill was brought up
lusi week, had the "pleasure" of listening lo a speech delivered by him in
IftiO, read on the floor of the House
by R. H. Pooley, Esquimau.
Commencing early in the New Year
tiie Concervative leaders, Including
Mr. W. J. Bowser, K.C., Hon. H. H.
Stevens, Hon, Dr, Tolmie, and others,
will tour the province to lay bare the
present administration at Victoria.
This programme bus yet to be completed in view of the many requests
from ull sections of tbe country to
speak to the various; organizations of
the party.
=^
New Year's Present
to be
Appreciated For a Lifetime
Pianoforte Lessons
PARENTS. — Why not start your Children on a
Musical Career young?
:-:    CALL ur PHONE    : —:
Bruce Robinson
Teacher of .Music
PHONE 208 STUDIO, McLEOD Hl.K . BAKER ST
Vfc:
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Today we are happy In the
thought of the confidence of
our friends, their faith in us
as merchants and as individuals.
We extend to all onr sincere wishes for a Happy New
Year Day.
THE
PATRICIA
Kwong Chong
i.aimiky
11 Armstrong Avenue '
Opposite. W. 1). Hill's
First Class   Work  Ouariuiteo.1,
'JVIi'ltllnlle (111
OMMBMOK CARTAGE
P.O. Box sm
TRANSFER CO.
Towrlm & Adam*
Agents for Hard and Soft Coal.   Distribution Cars n
Specialty.   Excellent Warehousing.
OrPOHITI. c.r.n. DEPOT
I'll A Nil HOOK, II.C.
Doesn't hurt a but Drop a llttl..
"Froizoue" on au aching corn, Instantly that corn stops hurting, theo
shortly you lift It right off with lingers.   Truly 1
Your tlrugglat sails a tiny bottle ot
"Freezone" for a tew cents, sufficient
to remove every hard corn, soft corn,
or corn between tbe toes, and tba cal*
lueses, wltbont soreness or Irritation.
Hail:    Hail'    Hall!
The New Year's here!
And we send to you
Our greeting true.
May lots of prosperity
And none of adversity
He yours
Wliile 1923 endures!
T.  FUTA
tiuta Clatia paid his annual visit
mi Deeeniliei- 21st to the Kootenay
Orchards Sunday school loaded down
witii prcKentH. Kvery family in tlie
district wan represent ed, thanks to
onr new neigh hor s who turned up in
till lenalia.
The social was called to order by
II. Kern as cliiilrinnn, and opened with
tiie Doxology,   The programme wns
ns Vol lows: Song, The School. Red-
taUoit. I'Mdie Gartside, Song, Mrs.
Richmond, Dialogue, "Surprise For
Santa." Song, The school. Recitation, P. Hern. Song, Mrs. Hern. Recitation, May Stone. Organ Selection,
Mnry Ulchmond, Recitation, Jim
Stone. Rag Doll Drill, Tiie School.
Song, K, Ogden. Reel, Evelyn Gartside. Monologue, Marion Richmond.
Recitation, Arthur Heme. Song, W.
D. Stone. Recitation, Rosie Noyce.
Soi)g, Bertha Gartside. Recitation, F.
Thompson. Dialogue, "Lady Doctor."
Recitation, Kvelyn Heme. Song, Mrs.
Richmond. Dialogue, "Chinese Servants." Recitation, George Noyce.
Organ Selection, Evelyn Gartside.
Reading, Mrs. Simpson. Song, The
School. Song, G. Lfppltt. Duet, G.
LipRitt and W. D. Stone. Song, W.
D. Stone.   Recitation, Reg. I.ippitt.
Special credit Ib duo to Miss Johnson, (lie Koolenay Orchards teacher,
I'or the wuy In which the children
wore trained, also to Mrfl. Flnlnyson
I'or her services rendered at tho organ,
and the committee of ladles taking
part in the decorations and the serving of refreshments, which were thoroughly enjoyed hy ull.
Oh-h, Brother!
Rotary Minstrels
THE
FIRST ANNUAL FUN FEST
OP THE
CRANBROOK
ROTARY MINSTRELS
will he staged at the
Auditorium Theatre
A further lldilltloll to tho II. O. fill'
forming Industry wan recently mado
when a fox form waa established al
Nakua> by ft If. Isssirs.
Friday & Saturday
Evenings
JANUARY Sth & 6th
Performance Starts
at 8.30 p.m.
\        ADMISSION $1.00
All Seats Reserved.
Exchange Tickets at Cranbrook
Drug and Book Store ior Reserved
Seat Check after January 2nd.
NET PROCEEDS TO BE USED
FOR COMMUNITY WORK !!^w
PARE   SIX
THE CBANBBOOK HEBALD
Friday, December 20, 1922
§ GREETINGS g
fy THIS IS TO WISH MY PUPILS, PARENTS AND f$
ffl& FRIENDS Jg
jpp The Compliments of the Season $
MJ Thanking them for their cordial support in the past, Afi
Br* and hoping for a continuance of the same ~£
<OT during the coming New Year. ^Qj
% Bruce Robinson I
/gj| TEACHER OF MUSIC ^
NEW YEAR
SPECIALS
0 V II  S K I, E (' T E It
(' A N l> V
and Blanched Peanuts
and Almonds will make
that New Year's Dinner
a success.
We have a fresh supply of Home Made Candy for the occasion..
Wc, wish our Many Patrons
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS  NEW   YEAR.
HASLAM, The Druggist
We uro Prompt
PHONE 111
Wo nro Careful
. Cocal news *
Insure with Beale & Elweli.
Beale & Elweli will pay caih for
Victory Bonds at current market rates.
Mrs. W. A. Barter, or Jaffray, is a
patient at the hospital at the present
time, and is doing nicely.
After a serious illness extending
(jver Ihe past two montlis, Mrs. Norman Crutgle returned to her home at
rrenton on Thursday ot tliis week.
If you nre contemplating a trip
home to England, see Beale & Elweli,
Steamship Agents. 41tf
.Miss Lily MatHou of this city underwent au operation for appendicitis at
the hospital this week, and is now
stated to he making a gootl recovery
The P. Woods Meat Market
Wish Their Customers und Friends
a flOoet ftappp an& prosperous
flew fear
Turkeys
Wo have some nice ones left for New Years
HOME MAKE SAUSAGE. — These nre the
finest you ever ate.
The P. Woods Meat Market
I'HONE 524
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tmSrrimm
L
To our Patrons and
Friends:
That your, cup of
cheerfulness in the New
Year may be filled to
overflowing; and that II
may be the most prosperous you have ever
had, is the sincere wisli
of
THE
QUEEN'S HOTEL
Veburg & Benson
J
who is "Lorna Doone?"
i
The happiest day the whole
year through
Is when we print onr wish
to you—
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Moffatt's
Variety Store
Insure with Beale & Elwcl).
41tf
Miss Emily Tegart, of Uke Windermere, left the Hospital on December
'lltli to return home, much improved.
If your eggs arc not white and clean
or lack in flavor, they are not from
Brown's Poultry Ranch 41tt
BORN —On Wednesday, December
27tli at the Cottage Hospital, to Mr.
and  Mrs, Hurry Qammon, a daug'i-
We repair hot water bottles, rubher
footwear, ln faet anything made of
rubber.—Wilson's Vulcanizing Works,
linker Street. 36tf
Mr. nnd Mrs. Bruce Robinson have
tliis week moved to the Lloyd Tegart
house on Dewar Avenue. Mr. Robinson is still retaining his music studio
In tlie McLeod Building on Baker St.
Their  food  Is  clean  and  quarters
mitary. Ask your grocer for Brown's
non-fertile new laid eggs,   They will
please Daddy and make lhe kiddies
laugh and grow fat. -ittf
The Sill vat ion Army desires to
tliank all those who helped with the
Christmas cheer, thus enabling them
to make a few homes happier this
Christmas.
.(miliary (lean Sweep Sale, com-
mencing January 2nd. ETCrjthing
must int. rcgnrdless of cost* Wiitrli
fnr Handbills.
MOFFAT'S VARIETY STORE.
P. W. Sharp, accountant nt the Canadian Bank of Commerce left last
week-end on a holiday which he fs
spending at the Coast. Mr. Blatnpln
of Xew Westminster is relieving hero
In Mr. Sharp's absence.
Why purchase a Government permit for lil2*l when Brown has crossed
the hen with the mule and put the
."kick" in the egg. Buy a carton of
| The Brown Poultry Ranoh Xew Laid
Kggs instead. 44tf
For the first time since his accident
on July 25th last, Major Crowe of Canyon City has heen able to get on to a
wheel chatr. His friends are hoping
that this is only the lirst step towards
real Improvement that he Is going to
show in the future.
A real Happy New Year's program
for New Year's Day and Tuesday,
January 1 and 2. Harold Lloyd in
(A Sailor Maile Man." a four reel Orf-
f
onlal film.   Also added six reel special
attraction,    .-.Initio    llnminerstein  ln
"Evidence." 44
If tho alleged regulations go
through doing away with tlie bounty
on predatory birds. Creston Indians
will linve a likely source of revenue
cut olT. During 1922 the local provincial police olllce paid out $319 ou a
kill or i.'.iMi crows, as well ns $*ir..40
for Ihe destruction of 177 magpies;
$51 for a kill of $51 owls, and $:. for
three eagles. — Creston Review.
Cecil Rhodes returns to llfo through
screen chnrnctor font ton. See "Pink
finds" at The Star Wednesday nnd
Thursday, Jnnunry !t and 4. A story
of the famous Klmberley dlumnnd
Holds, with the biggest cast offered
for many a day. Bebe Daniels, James
Klrkwnofl. Anna Q. Nllsson, Raymond
Hal ton. 44
Boys and Girls! Stay In Crnnbrook.
Don't wandar away from home. However, before lenving see "The Cross
Roads of Xew York" nt The Star on
Friday and Saturday, January 5 and
6. A Mack Sennett six reel comedy
melodrama of New York. Better and
bigger than "Mickey" and "Molly-O."
Extra added attraction, Buster Kenton
Ln "My Wife's Relations." 44
A recital program of instrumental
and vocal music ls being put ou at the
Star Theatre on Sunday evening, January 21, at the close of the usual Sunday evening church services. Tho
program will embrace a number of
popular sacred selections, as well ns
.oiicert numbers. Among those wlio
will contribute to the program are
Mr. J. K. Cborlton, 'cello, Mr. and Mrs.
O, Novak, violin, piano and vocal, and
Miss Ivy Bidder, accompanist, If the
music lovers of the clly Bhow sufficient appreciation of this event, It Is
probablo tbat further events of the
sunt nature will he amnfed.
A Happy New Year.   Beale & Bl-
relL 44
Sam Whittaker, relieving agent for
the C. P. R., was fn Cranbrook over
the Christmas week-end.
BORN—On Sunday, December 24th,
to Mr. and-Mrs. K. A. Miller, of this
eity. a daughter.
Hemstitching and picot edging. Out
of town orders will receive prompt
and careful attention. Mrs. Surtees,
Cranbrook, B.C. 37tf
W. J. Laurie, assistant agent at
Creston, spent tlie Christmas holiday
week-end in the city with his relatives.
Geo, McMahon of Klmberley, who
underwent a serious operation at the
hospital is now reported to he doing
well.
We have In a Full Line ot Winter
Rubbers, and—
Our low  prices  win every time.
W. P. DORAN.
Miss Bvo Moir, wlio has been attending the Nelson liuslness College for
the past term, Is .spending tlie Christ-
inns vacation at her home liere.
j. M. Argue, formerly ot this city,
and now with the Beattle-Oatway
Drug Co., Creston, spent the Christmas holiday in tlie city ut his home
here.
Today aud Saturday, December 29
and 30. Rudolph Valentino in "Blood
and Sand" at The Star. Better than
"The Four HorBemen," and tlie beat
acting ill Valentino's career. 44
Brown's hens go on the job at 3 a.m.
and it's your fault If you fail to get
the product of their cackle for break-
fiust the next morning. 41tf
H. W. Herchmer left for Fernle on
Saturday to spend the holidays with
his brother, Mr. Sherwood Herclimer,
of the Coal City.
Miss Olive Langton, who is teaching school at Invermere, Is spending
the Christmas holidays in this city at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Attrldge.
J. H. Collins lias returned to the city after completing a number of building jobs along the Crow line. Among them wus the new curling rink at
Michel, which was finished about two
weeks ago.
We lmve in stock a full line of
Women's, Men's, Girls', Boys' and
Children's Shoes. Our stock is com
plete and—
Our  low  prices wlu every time.
W. F. DORAN.
A dance is to be given under the
auspices of tlie Odd Fellows' Lodge ut
iiie Auditorium, on the evening of Friday. January 19th. Keep the date ln
mind. Further particulars will be
given out Inter, 43-4
Tlie regular monthly meeting of the
Women's Institute will be held at the
O.W.V.A. Hall on the 2nd of January,
i.i.!... A large attendance of members
is requested as this will he the an
mm! meeting aud election of officers
for tlie year 1923 will take place.
FOK HER HJjW YEAR GIFT
$5 places a new Singer Sewing Machine In her home New Year morning.
Huliince easy payments.    You cannot
do better.   Singer Store, phone 157.
41tf
Herbert Chester, C. P. R. agent at
Lumberton, spent the holiday weekend in Crnnbrook at tlie home of his
parents here. The station agency
at Lumberton was opened for the
first time Inst week and Mr. Chester
is tlie first resident agent to he appointed there. This Is a sign of henl-
tliy growth at the new town.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Stober, of Nelson, spent the holiday week-end with
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Moir. Mr. Stober
Is foreman of the C. P. R. shipyards
In B. Ci aud makes his headiiuarters
al Nelson, though visiting ull Ihe lakes hi tiie province whero thc C. P. R.
hntii service is established.
A number or Cranhrook students
at the Normal Schools at Vancouver
and Victor In, iho University of British Columbia, Columbian College, and
other coast institutions, arrived home
In time to spend the Christmas festivities here, in spite of .the fact thut
some of their trains got into difficulties with heavy falls of snow and slides. Among them are Miss Bessie
Woodman, Miss Alma Sarvls, Miss Irma Ward, Otto Gill, Jack Moffatt and
Harold Haslam.
A noted change took place in the
town business this week when on
Monday Frank Staples and A. L. Pearson took over the Bevan garage business on a one year lease. Mr. Bevan will spend the next twelve months
looking nfter other pressing business
Interests, including the erection of a
40 foot addition to his present garage
building, and If the time Is available
will work all the territory east of here
in the Interests of the Ford Motor Co,
Incidentally he feels thnt a layoff Ib
coming lo him, as lt is now eleven
years since ho started In tbe business
nnd be has had no vacation In -mil
that timet — Crtetea B-avto*.
HAIL TO 1923
May it bring you Prosperity
and 365 Days of Happy
Health.
May it bring you New
Friends and Pleasures.
This, then, Is Our "Happy
Xew Year" to you.
W.H.Wilson
Jeweler
CRANBROOK MUSICAL
SOCIETY NOTES
The next Choral rehearsal will he
held ou Monday, January Sth at 8
p.m., and the next Band practice on
Wednesday, January 10th at 7.30 p.m.
Practices for the Orchestra taking
part in tlie Rotary Minstrel Show will
be held as follows:
Tuesday at 8 at the G.W.V,A. Hall
Wednesday at 8 at the Auditorium.
Thursday at S at tlie Auditorium.
Preparations are now in hand for
another concert to be given hy the
Society early in February, and it is
hoped that those taking part will he
regular aud punctual in their attend
ance.
CHILDREN'S CHRISTMAS
HOUSE GATHERING ON
FRIDAY EVENING LAST
A unique ChristmaB entertainment
was held In the home of Mrs. J. S
Taylor, Dewar Avenue, ou Friday evening, December 22nd. For six or
seven years Mrs. Taylor has held a
meeting every Wednesday evening in
her home, attended by an average of
twenty children, and a number of adults. Besides au address by Mrs.
Tnylor founded on a Scripture passage, there is usually a story for the
diildren and Scripture recitations by
Hie children themselves.
The entertainment on Frldny last
was the sixth or seventh annual meet
ing of the kind, nnd consisted of recitations and songs by the children und
some others, after which about fifty
children nnd adults snt down to a
sumptuous supper ot chicken sandwiches, pies, cake, nuts, raisins, candies, fruit, etc. Santa Claus and Krlss
Kringle came iu and distributed the
presents and prizes, and we are sure
no one was missed. It may puzzle
some to know the secret of Mrs. Tay
tor's bold upon the children of the
community. The best guess we are
able to make It that she loves them.
CARD OF THANKS
The Sisters, Nurses and Patients at
St. Eugene Hospital desire to thank
heartily all those who contributed in
nny way to mark the Christmas season at the Hospital, especially for thc
generous contributions of decoration.-,
for the chapel, the patients' rooms,
nurses quarters and dining room, and
also for the contributions towards the
splendid Christmas dinners.
Fred Freeman of Vancouver arrived
In the city last week end to spend the
holiday season with his parents, Rev.
and Mrs. B. C. Freeman.
The report is persistent that the C.
P. R. intends to dismantle their station at Hosmer and ship it for re-erection as the new Erlckson depot. Hob
mer has the reputation of having as
commodious a building as there is on
the Crow line, and the added conveniences ll will give the agent as well as
shippers would be much appreciated,
Should the report prove lo be true.
— Creston Rcvlow,
WANT AOS.
8TAJJ SKCOKD HAND MOM
thtit I.
We pay tht bMt prtoea going (or ill
klndi of furniture. Wo bur ur
thiol from ■ moss,, trap to on outo-
mobile.
W. W. Kllby, Auctioneer and Valuer
LOST—About two weekH ago, on or
near Baker Street, a $10 bill. Will
Under p'lense leave at Herald
Ofllce. 44
FOR SALE—One Savage 303, and one
Lee Enfield rifle.   B. Weston.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY—Two flrst
clnss operating mill wrlghts. Steady
work and good pay. Nicola Pine
Mills. 44-5
I WANTED -..Chambermaid for Hotel.
Apply Mrs. Oeorge Hogarth, Cranhrook Hotel. 44
15 YEARS TO PA»—The Soldier Set*
Utmost Bou* «t
May the gods of joy,
happiness, pleasure,
mirth and sunshine
come early and the
cheer of their presence linger through
the New Year is our
earnest wish to you.
A Happy New
Year
APPRECIATING   YOUR  BUSINESS  AND  HOPING
THAT THE   PLEASANT RELATIONS  BETWEEN
THE PUBLIC OP CRANBROOK AND DISTRICT  AND  THIS  STORE  WILL
CONTINUE,
WE EXTEND TO AU, OOOD WISHES FOR 1923,
HOPING THAT IT WILL INDEED PROVE A
YEAR   OP   HAPPINESS  AND
PROSPERITY.
P. Burns C& Co. Ltd.
PHONE 10
CltAMlItOOK. II.C.
J'
Heap   on   moro   wood,   the
wind is chill—
nm let it whistle as n will
We'll  keep  onr  Now   Vear
merry slill.
Cranbrook
Bazaar
MIIS.   V.  ROBERTSON
I
oral FARMS for sale to soldiers or
civilians ut ten per cent down and
tlie balance in 25 annual payments
ut six per cent. Several to rent for
1923. For particulars write to the
District Superintendent, Soldier Settlement Board, Vernon, B.C.      44-7
STRAY HORSE—Picked up by Paul
Perry, Klngsgate, B.C., December 14,
1922. Description as follows: draft
horse, LIDO lbs., 2 white hind socks,
off fetlock (for*) white, alao white
streak on (ace. Branded A Inside a
dlsw-wd, near blp Ihti
FOR RENT—Three roomed furnished
house, centrally located. Telephone
and water.   Box T, Herald.       42K
WANTED TO BUY—Wa buy (lira.   B.
Weston, Baker Street. 4_tr
FOR SALE —Bronze Mammoth Turkeys for breeding purposes, one Tom
and two hens, come from good stock.
Price for three $15. Apply Mrs.
A. B. Fenwlck, Bull River, B.C. 42lt
WANTED. — General work wtth cook
by Jttmmtm Tata-ran.      Box   IM,
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