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Array CRANBROOK HERALD
VOLUME   SS
STAR
THEATRE
CBANBBOOK, B.C., FRIDAY, JANUARY 18th, 1844
Lenore Ulric in "TIGER ROSE"
A CANADIAN OUTDOOR STORY.       ONE OF THE BEST WE HAVE B VER SHOWN'.     WE HEARTILY RECOMMEND IT TO YOU.
COMING     -     FRIDAY & SATURDAY, FKIIRIARY 1st ami 2nil     -     "THE HOTTENTOT"
> I'll BE R   47
Fri. C& Sat.
Jan. 25 - 26
Balment Heads
New Council
Tickets Split for Aldermen, hut
Vole Is Shown To He A
Itemnrkithly (lose One
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1»»7
205
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FOR SCHOOL TRUSTEES
(Flrat three elected)
Mra. F. 11. Miles 	
W. ii. Gltroy 	
Mrs. J, ,|. Jiicksnn 	
J. A. Genest 	
F.  Helse   	
0. I.. Ingram   168
The rosult of the trustee vote Is regarded aa a well deserved tribute to
the work which Mrs. Miles lias put
in on behalf of the schools during the
past three years. Mrs. Jackson has
also served a term on the board previously with Mrs. Miles. \V. D. Gll-
roy made an exceptionally good showing ns a newcomer, and all three
successful candidates were well ahead of the remaining candidates.
FOR POLICE COMMISSIONER
A. Shankland   27S
3. R. Walkley   214
Mr. Shunkland's record on the police commission in tlie past seems to
find general support, though in the
first part of the count it seemed as
if it were going to be a very close
vote,
FOR   ALDERMEN
(First Six Elected)
F. M. MacPherson   2(18
J. P. Fink   2.19
Vi. J. Flowers   258
0. 1». Carlyle   247
J. 8. Bunion   886
T. H. Bronsdon   233
A.  E.  Jones       214
J. B. Kennedy   214
L.  Loucks       20fl
A.   H.  Bullock       194
\V. J. Wilson     185
W. W. Kilby     171
That it was an extremely closely
contested election Is seen from the
fact that only hlrty voles separated
Lhe high and low successful candidate;- v three of the unsuccessful
car- '"••'- como within another thirty ( !'■ * Invest successful candidate.
Aldermen Flonvors. and AldVrmen
Bronsdon are the only two of the
four of last year's council to get on
again, nnd of the r-maining four Aldermen newly elected. Messrs. (J 0.
Carlyle and .1. S. Dunlop Dulled an
even stronger voto than tlieir friends
sanguinely hoped, going very near
the lop. F. M. MacPherson nnd J. P.
Fink, who headed tlie polls, are renewing tlieir acquaintance with the
city council, and take there a business
experience that cannot fall to he of
value. By tickets ii raeana that tonr
of the .1. II. Cameron ticket found
places with Uip elected, and two of
the Balment ticket.
POR   MAYOR
A. J. Hnlmenl      >W
,1.  II. Cameron     306j
Tlie mayoralty vote shows clearly
that there wero a large number Who
leaned one way on the aldermanic
ticket,  nnd yet voted the other way
for ihe mayoralty. Mayor Belmont'!
majority fs Quite decisive, but some
regret ts nerortheleu felt tliat his opponent is thereby removed entirely
from the cily council at least for 'a
year.
Possibly If there are conclusions
lo be drawn from the election results'
us it whole, it mny be said lhat that
the tlmo Is past when straight tick
eta can be mceutully brought ont
and also thnt It lakes more than a
campaign of beltttlement, euoh ns has
been carried on lu some quarter* for
month* pnst againsl Mayor Balmenti
and Alderman lln.iisilon. to put men
out of public Office
• ■» ■      --   -
The regular meeting of tho Retail
Merchant* association was held In the
council chamber on Wednesday eve-1
ning  when  matters    of    Importance |
late george ihmuktii
well known in early
hays in columbia valley
1'illeil   Many    Spheres   Hefore
Tiikinu; Up Ownership
of Holels
(Special tu the Herald)
Invermoro, B.C., Jan. D—Tlm lato
Ueorge Hogarth was In many ways Intimately connected with the early
dovolopmont of both the northern and
southern parte of tlio East Kootenay
district. Coming west from Ontario
while quite a young man ho followed
tho construction of the Canadian Pa-
cine railway until after tho completion
of the road when lie entered into the
work of tie contracting at the summit
near the station of Field. Sometime
about the year 18S!) he was associated
with a man by tho name of Barr in
this employment. One of those whom
lie hud on the job was the lato Isaac
Norlan, who, coming Into British Columbia by way of the Panama, died in
this district many years ago.
Leaving the work of tie making,
"Georgo" undertook to pack supplies
for mines from tlie steamboat land-
in nt Carbonate, south of Golden, up to
the McMurdo ba3ln In the Selkirk
range of tlie Rocky Mountains. Still
later ou and for a considerable time
bo filled an honorable position, in
handling the ribbons on the old four-
horse mail stage wliich ran from Fort
Steele north, and which, according to
the season of the year, connected with
mail stage or steamer at Windermere.
This occupied him up to the year 1894
or thereabouts, after which he again
went Into the contracting business and
was busily engaged in packing ore
from the North Star mine to the ore
warehouses on tbe Kootenay river at
the lauding about opposite Wasa. After a few years of this be entered Into
the profession of hotel-keeping and
had as his staud the large log hotel
famous at Klko which for a period of
nearly four years held sway over the
destinies of tliat part during the construction ot the Crows Nest Pnsa
brenjoh of the c. P. R.
To one and all during thoso pioneer
days he had always the warm heart
and the open mind which characterized htm to the end. With the ease
which comes toward the cloce of a
1 usy career he continued his Interest
In the Windermere district nnd once
having reached the stage of the tour-
ng car class he devoted many hours
,r ;,is few holidays to visits to the
famous Sinclair Hot Springs on tho
l.anff-Wiudevmere motor highway.
1-ast year be lavished his attentions
oa Lhe Hot Springs at Fairmont which
afforded an easier and shorter run
from home.
SCHEDULE FOR
HOCKEY  AND  HKATttiU
ARRANGED AT RINK
Old Maids Gather
in Convention
were dealt w ith. The annual meeting was arranged to be held on Jan-
nary 80th* when an effort will be
made to get out a large attendance.
t\ communication from the board of
irn*, "as read asking for the co-operation of the H.M.A. and their attendance at the annual meeting of the
hoard when tentative plans for tbo
erection of a Joint building ror the
two organUatlone named, on a lot
adjoining the G.W.V.A., snmo to be
used as a tourist Information bureau
dining the summer.
Tie lleruld Is In receipt of word
from MhM DeCeW, formerly of tbis city, that the Pernie Girls' Basketball
team, nt lhe invitation of the Crnn-
brooic club, intend iiiiv;uling this
town on Saturday, Januury 2t»th.
The Fernie club, of which Miss DeCew Is president, Is very enthusiastic about basketball, and have a good
team. s«> the Cranbrook girls will
hnvo to look for their laurels. The
Pernio line-up for the game will be
follows; Forwards. Kdnn John-
sou. Helen DCCOW, Centre. Peggy
I'ntorsnn. Gnariis, Clare Morccr and
Milieu Corbett Spares. Kvolyn Bean
and Klhel Nicholson. Tho players
will bo blllettod by the local play-
•ra.
Weather' permitting   the   following I
schedule will  be adhered to at the	
c. r. c. rink. j Play Presented by Knox Church
General Skating    every    afternoon I Ladles* Aid Goes Over
except W dnesday, which may have
to be reserved for senior hockey at
night, otherwise weather being cold
Wednesday afternoon, business men's
games may be arranged and general
skating.
Monday
7 to 8:—Ladles Hockey Practice
8 to 10:—General Skating
Tuesday
7.30 to 8.30:—Intermediate Hockey
game, (see schedule)
8.30 to 10:—General Skating.
Wednesday
8.15:—sharp. Senior League Game.
General skating after if flnshed he-
fore 10 o'clock.
Thursday
7. to 7.30:— Ladles Hockey Practice
7.30 to 8: — Intermediate Hockey
Practice.
8 to 10:—General Skating.
Friday
7 to 7.30:—Senior Hockey Practice.
7.30 to 8.30:—Intermediate Hockey
game (see schedule).
8.30 to 10:—General Skating.
Saturday
10 to 12:—Junior Hockey Games.
2 'o 3:—Ladles Hockey Practice.
3 to 5:—General Skating.
7 to g:—Intermediate Hockey Practice.
8 to 10:—General Skating.
Prices of Admission
Adults over 20 with hockey practice privileges, Season Ticket $5:
Ladles over 16 as above  $4;
Juniors under 16 as above .. $1.50:
Membership ticket In the C.A.A.C.
goes with the above fee which will
include some consideration in Amateur Baseball for year 1924.
Admission to all ticket holders for
intermediate games; Adults IB cents,
Juniors 10 cents.
All lady ticket holders will be ad-
In Qood Style
The farmers, lhe curlers, the Dokkies and other bodies and societies
have convened ln Cranbrook from
time to time but never has there been
a more successful convention than
that of the Old Maids (?) that assembled at tho Auditorium on Tuesday
evening laBt. Tho members of Knox
Church Ladles' Aid have every reason
to feel proud of their efforts, as the
farce for which they were responsible was a success in every way.
The crowd that filled obery Inch of
space In the Auditorium seemed to
enjoy every minute of the performance, being kept amused for fully two
hours. The Old Maids' Convention Is
an Interesting farce iu which the doings of an old maids "matrimonial
club" are portrayed and in it there
aro many amusing Incidents.
The meeting opens with the nrrival
of the president, Maribah Lovejoy,
(Mrs. R. Potter) who attributes her
tardiness to trouble in bathing her
"Sweetie" the immaculate white dog
which she carried in her arms. The
first order of business was the roll
call, to which tho members responded with quotations, Indicating that
the members were still possessed of
hope, no matter how forlorn, their
chances might have appeared, to the
audientca All but one,.in their own
peculiar way expressed their desire
for the blissful Btate of matrimony.
The one was Mary Ann Barnes, (Mrs.
Norgrovo) who had decided views
against having anything to do with a
man. In this and other parts in
which she played, Mrs. Norgrove was
much enjoyed, the popular verdict being that she wis "a sen am."   Mrs.
KKHEKAII LODGE
OFFICERS INSTALLED
FOB CURRENT TERM
At the regular meeting of Maple
Leal Rebekah Lodge. No. 19, at the
lodge room Wednesday of last week,
officers for the ensuing half-yearly
term weru duly installed iu pioper
form. Following the meeting a bo-
cial was engaged In, and the customary pleasant time enjoyed, about fifty
being present. The electlvo and appointed officers installed wero ns follows:
Mrs.  F.  D. Patton      Noble Grand
Mrs. Harold Brown   Vice Grand
Miss M, Keer  R. S.
Mrs. A. 0. Hill  P. S.
Mrs. B. Pantling  Treas.
Mrs. C. A. Towrlss      Warden
Miss Myrtle Johnson   ..  Conductress
Mrs. Drew  Chaplain
Mrs. Nettie Johnson   R.S.N.G.
Miss Mabel Flndley  ........  L.S.N.G.
Miss Jessie Miller   R.S.V.G.
Miss Fennessey   L.S.V.G.
Mrs.  Dalzlel       I.O.
Miss Edith Lewis    O.G.
W. S. Johnson     Degree Copt.
received duo attention. Tho report
of ihe committee on ways and means
whereby they might become moro attractive to (tie opposite box was al-
so good, the following taking part:
Mrs. Otto Gray (Susannah Smith)
Mrs. 13. Paterson (Sopha Potter) Mrs.
Baynes (Esther Snider), Mrs. C. J.
Little (Amanda How), and Mrs. P. G.
Marsh   (Marion   Perkins).
Tho entertainment pait of the meeting Blurted with a song by Mary Ann
Barnes. (Mrs. Norgrove). This created roars of laughter and was really
tbo headline event of the program.
Professor Pinkerton (Mr. A. Raworth)
arrived on the scene with his patented electrical trnnsform(h)er and proceeded at once to point out the value
of I Is machine, and the reading of
testimonials from former old maids
| was soon the means of inducing the
p'.^Umm, r7AmarvlteHeywood.icl»b to >"""> Mm tr* Ws machto0 0,,t-
__ the secretary of the club, then read W1Ul th9 U!e of 0llxlrs ""^ u"!'raa-
mtued   to   .enlor hockey game, tor ^ ^^ of ^ ^ meeUng M„ Ichtao old maids could be easily mm-
Noreducttortoaiiyother. wm|6, ab)mylBwollknownlnCran.;ed   Into   youthful   maidens   of   any
,    i brook and on this occasion was quite | sl""10  m  »««lnment.    Mr.  Raworth
Adu"8' in Keeping. She provoked a good share "»*> »» «°°" • »"•"*"" « hc dl"
an admiral of the fleet not long ago.
REPORT OF LIGHT
DEPARTMENT) GOOD
SURPLUS TO SHOW
Increase in   Consumption   Registered, Much Service
Work Done
Lumber Strike
Still Goes On
Cranbrook.  B.O., Jan. 9, 1924.
To His Worship The Mayor
and City Council:
Gentlemen:
Operators Announce Tliey Will
I    .Not Recognise I.W.W. and
tamps Are Still Idle
, Early ihis week it was stated by
I officials of the Loggers' Union in this
Tho total amount of electric energy cl"r' ,l,at dose ■» t0 m mm ta tne
used during the year was 664.135 k.w.lt:,u" Kootenay district were now oui
It., which is an increase of 26.2?, over I °" *Mk*. •" Ule oa"»» Ul tlle Cr»°-
last year. Of thla amount tho Cran-1 br001- »'"' Mim districts being at.
brew* Sash 41 Door Co.. used 112.290 t8«°l1 """• « "»•• anJ s011u ^'"S
k.w.h.. tor power purposes. !tlMl   "P   completely.   Tho principal
points at stake arc Btated to be tbe
eight hour day and tlte minimum wage
of 14.00 per duy. but back of this ic
30.000 reel of wire were strung and I
two transformers placed    for   street I
lighting  circuits.    Four    poles  wero' ^^^
erected and wires strung nnd lightingi1"0 recognition of the I.W.W. who aro
conneclod to street circuit. 2S poles!'11"'1'"'!: I|1B ""*<■■ On this point the
wero replaced by new ones and 65 old|lumber "lerators have given out a
poles wero icset. The 220 volt ctr- atatcmant thai they will not deal wllh
cult was extended and connected up'or "cognize iho I.W.W.. und matlcre
to water heater In the hire Hall. ' "ow "u>M",r '" •» <Miu* '" » ,,0"a-
9.1 new services wero cut In during i '■*k' Tno olhor l™'"1" "re "ot °»
tho year and 37 cut out. This make* DrlIM Importance, since some cou-
li not gain of 66 new services.   78 new!COTM al lcatl lmv-' Nx'" l,a>'tnS *,M
meters were bought and of these 65
havo been placed in service, leaving
13 spare meters on hand.
84 water Bervlces were thawed out
and 350 electric service calls atten-
pcr day. and have gone some way towards getting a day of eight hours on
the job, which would menu possibly
nine hours out.
The loggers have held three mast
25 cents.
for senior games.
Admision to senior games
50 conts; Under 16 years, 25 cents.
The management reserve tho right
to change the above without notice.
GIRLS HOCKEY GAMEt
HIGH SCHOOL "TI'TS"
*». THE "RIMiEYDINKS"
The R.C..R. rink on Saturday at 2
p.m. promises to produce a hockey
game that will take some beating
when the High School girls' team called the "Tula'' will stage a game
with Barle Leigh's "Rinkeydinks"
Tbo game to start sharp at 2 p.m.
The lineups will be as below:
"Tuts" "JUataydbiW
Goal
W. Woodman Virginia Wolfe
Defense
Olive Ryde Sarah McCallum
L.mise Robson Miss Wright
Forwards
Ethel Atchison Delia Greaves
A. Walllnger F. Drummond
Rita Mctlurney R. Patterson
Ivy Dwell Delia Drummond
M. Uodderia Marie Patterson
Jean Ward Annie Molr
MyrUe Martin
Tuesday night at tho C.R.C. rink
lbe Rinkrats easily won from the
High School 10 to 1 in a game, which,
whllo onesided, was chock full of
thrills. The High School boys need
combination, and missed many chances to tally because of lack of team
play.
Tae Llarupa
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦*♦*♦♦♦♦♦♦*♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
THANKSJ   |
From The Mayors Elect |
TO THB ELECTORATE OF THE CITY OF CRANBROOK
I wish to take this opportunity of thanking all those
who by their vote and Influence assisted In electing me
as Mayor of the City of Cranbrook. I appreciate sincerely the honor that you have conferred upon me, as
well ns the responsibility the office entails. With the
co-operation of the Council thnt you hnvo chosen, it will
be my aim to work at all times In the best interests of
Cranbrook.
Again thanking one and all,
A. J. BALMENT  \
Rinkrats..
Goal
High School
Roy
Defense
Frame
Logan
Paacoe
Clapp
Forwards
Brogan
Grady
Nlsbet
Hogarth
Hill
South
Selby
S1F.I0I
Standing
W      L
Rinkrats
..2        0
High School
of the laughter all during the evening.   The treasurer's report was gl- """"« "ls Parl to perfection,
ven by Mrs. George Taylor, who. as|    n° "madeovers" as the results of
Prtsclila Hopo. took   her   part very  llls wonderful machino were known,
well.   The record of the purchaso of rendered each ln her turn a very good
cosmetics for the club from tho drug Program, consisting ot ihe following:
stores caused much amusement. Tho I Mr»- J- Ttumpson   Vocal Solo
report of the Lookout Committee as; M'sa Nellie Lewis     Recitation
presented   by   Mrs. 3. McCallum. as j Miss Garland   Vocal Solo
Sarah Jane SpringBter. made a great [Miss Margaret Caven   Dance
She gave a running review of Kiss Nellie Johnson   "Topsy"
hit. ^^^^^^
all. the eligible prospective victims
for the club. All the bachelors, old
and young, as well as tho widowers
looming events
The events noted below are those
for which paid advertising appears In   ^	
this Issue, or for which printing work tho play, which was heightened by the
Mlsa Wand i Pink   Cello Solo
Miss Paul   Vocal Solo
Miss Gracie Hlggbis . Song &. Dance
The various numbers were all well
re etved and encores were called for
in every instance.
Tho performance cama to an end
with the explosion of the machine due
to overwork when Mlfls Amy Little,
(Mrs. Harold Brown) Insisted on being made over into a man much
against tho "professor's" will. Ho
attempted the task with disastrous
re:ults.
Mis. Brown, who with MrB. McCallum. Mrs. Willis and Mrs. Norgrove.
wero the 'end men" p.s It were, of the
performance; were continual fun makers.
The old time costumes used, lent
an old fasl loned and humorous air to
ded to, 75 wiring permits were Issued! mertin*JR- two to ^ Auditorium last
and the standard of wiring very much! Thur*da>" and Frit*B>' a*11! the other tu
improved. Inspection were made by |the SLar Theairo on Sunday last, when
the Underwriters' Engineer, the Chief jthe Principal ppeokcr was A. McDon-
Fire Marshall and two by the lnspec-'ald- Wo° haB hwl1 br°upn* from Van-
ior of BUctric Energy. The latter' couver *.o addr«>s the strikers. It is
condomned the wiring at P. Burns' understood ihcre were large atten-
and requested the Cranbrook Sash & 'dances at all meetings.
Door Co, to make sevtrol alterations ,n xhe rnc-antiine legs are lylnf
tn iheir wiring. ,*r*0<*y for hauling, and if the snow ia
Application for an extension to the not taken advantage of many of them
primary and secondary circuits to wil1 probably stay there tUl next win-
serve several parties north east of thelor- **bich means short time in the
city limits was received and plans mil*8 during the summer months, ex-
wero prepared and submitted to the ***P* !or lt-c concerns which are equlp-
Inspector of Electric Energy for his! P*1 Ior s.-mmer logging,
approval.  »^»	
The following damage was done by
electrical storms ia August. Puses ln'
live transformers tainted out; ode pr. i
tential transformer and meter at substation burned out. The last two ■—
items belong to the power company. Everyone inu-rr-sted in agriculture
The automatic switch at the substa-' should tnd'javor to be present at the
fon burned out. Defective ground wire,'Convention of l'i** EasL Kootenay Far-
at the sub-station was the cause ot mers' institutes on January 30 and 31.
what might have been a very serious' As there will be representatives at
fire at the sub-station, but for tbe this convention from all parts of th*
prompt action of Mr Nlblock and the £ast Koo:enay as well ..- from other
Fire Department This defect has parts of the province it should be an
been remedied and all the instruments opportune time *o discuss matters
etc.. in sub-station are now grounded , pertaining to British Columbia agrt-
to the watermain.                                      culture.   In view of the fact that this
Thero were two bad accidents dur- convention i* considered of sufficient
Ing the year. On the 29th of March, important** for rej.resen:ativea from
Mr. T. Drew, engineer at the old pow- the coast districts to jttend. it should
er house was run over by a city truck not be expecting too much to expect
and had his ankle broken and on the every local Indtridua] at all interest-
12th of July Mr. W, Hall, electrician, ed in agriculture   to   be   present at
;E. K. FARMERS' CONVENTION IN CRANBROOK
JANTAKY 80 ft tl
has been done In tiilr office.
BORN. — At the St Eugene Hospital, on Priday, January llth, to Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Young, of Kimberley,
a daughter.
The death took place on Sunday at
the st. Eugene Hospital, of Daniel J.
McOlnnls, of Wardner, He was seventy years of age, and was only
brought to ths hospital a day or so
previous, suffering from pneumonia.
Mrs. McGinn Is lias also been at the
hospital for some time, suffering from
pneumonia, but ta now doing fairly
waa
_ _ mottoes appropriate to the alma and
FrMay ft SaturdayTjan. 18 & IB; Bl€I«>'J«'-■>'".e clu.,.
Special at tbe Star.    Jackie Coogan     At the couclua,on    ol the perfor-
In "Long Live the Klug." ! ",a"cc' ,llc """-«»"* m™ber* ol the
— | Ladlos' Aid served refreshments to the
Mcgi. & Tues., Jan. .21 ft 22:    "The performer and    their    friends, this
Purple Highway" at the Star. act being very much enjoyed.
___      « —       u   . _,        The other ladies taking pnrt were:
Thursday,   January      '24th:       D g   .    , ,   n .    ,      .,     ,,  «  ,,   , ,
«     i   i   ./.,-.-.. ■ Anxiety Dohcrty . Mra. O. D. Carlyle
Ice Carnival at C.R.C. rink. t        '      , ,,     „   ,
AugtiHta Prim       Mrs. Surteca
Faithful Blossom . Mrs. W. Marshall
Fredora Bobkins    Mrs. Belmont
Rhoda Larkln   Mrs. J. Scott
Selina Baxter       Mrs. Grady
Miranda Price   Mrs. Noble
Esther Snyder    Mrs. S. Taylor
Aseneth Baker  Miss Brock
In a few words K v. McKay took advantage of the occasion to express the
thanks of the society to Mrs. P. W.
Willis, Mrs. R. Potter and Mr. A. Ra-
wortll for their vnluable assistance,
whllo the Ladles' AM also wished to
thank all those who assisted In the
rendering nf the program.
Mrs. F. M. MacPherson rendorod
valuable anslstnnt-e accompanying at
tho piano.
The Musical Society orchestra, under tlm leadership of Mr. Georgo E.
Bower, lent a helping hand to tho Old
Maids and their BeloctloriB were very
highly upproi'tntod.
Mr. W. S, Johnson was the constructor of tho transform00er.
Much credit is due Mrs E. W. McKay who had the Important work or
instructing the players and who car*.
Burns' Nicht, Priday, Jan. 26: Annual
Curlers' Ball, at the Auditorium.
Monday, Jan. 28: Lecture hy Dr. A,
S. Lamb, on "The Tubeiculnr Problem of tho Day." under auspices of
Women's Institute.
Friday and Saturday, Feb. 1st ft 2nd,
"Trial By Jury" at the Auditorium.
■ Qlrls ot
Tea   and
Thursday. Feb. 14, 1824: -
Christ Church, Valentine
Danci.' Parish Hall.
Wed. ft Thurs., Jen. 23 ft 24: Col-
le-n Moore starring in "The Hunt
ress," at Star Theatre.
Friday & Sat., Jan 25 ft 26: Special
feature at the Star, Lenore Ulric
In "Ttgor Rose."
Saturday, Jan. 26: ~ Parent-Teacher
Cookery Sale. K. P, Hall, at S p.m.
Friday ft Sat, Feb. 1 ft 2: "The Hoi
tentot," at the Star.
Friday, Feb. 29: Follies Uap Year
Dance in tho Auditorium,
had a rotten pole fall with him which
broke his right thigh and he ha*, not
been able to return to work yet. This
latter accident disorganized the work
of this department very seriously and
consequently I did not get all the
malntalnence work I had figured on
attended to as I was unable to get a
suitable man to take Mr. Hall's place
at that time. The electrical wiring
business was discontinued tn April
as it was decided to reduce the staff
and operating expenses and have the
electrician devote all his time to the
up-keep of the system and not have
his attention taken off to some small
private wiring job which a licen ed
contractor should attend to
Thore is u very substantial balance
the crodlt of this department and 1
have no doubt that the reduced rates
light, power etc.. will encourage
people to use more electricity In the
future and maintain the present reve.
nun by additional consumption.
Respectfully submitted
J. T. BROWN. City Engineer
MUSICAL SOCIETY I
 «.■*♦
NOTES
It Is very important that all members of the Mimical Society meet next
Monday for the practice. The orchestral scores for "Trial By Jury" have
i arrived and wo have two weeks to
whip things Into shape.
Mrs. C. Kerr of this city, who has
heen confined to the hospital, ia stalled to be maklnK fair progress toward
I recovery   now.
rind it to a successful conclusion.
Stage fright Is not one of the weak
. ii.- • -I*-, of Chummy Cotter, the little
While dog who remained faithfully at
tho .'Md of his ffllstrOSS, the lady president. Yes. nfter the show Chum got
a sausage!
It is anticipated that over $2no will
bu realised tor ths society fends.
th'-ae meetings
Tills should be an opportune time
to discuss such Questions as "Ths
Control ot Nations Weuls," "The
Scrub Bull and Scrjb Stallion Ques-
tlln," "Coyote Control." "Potato Bug
Control," and a hundred and one other complaints that wo so often bear
being hashed over on the street corners where absolutely no resultB can
be obtained.
Firmors! it would be much wiser
and more businesslike to bring your
complaints to a convention of this
kind where you can m*-et your fellow
farmer and solicit hi*- assistance In
clearing up your lo<-al difficulties.
Collectively you may achieve some results, whereas, individually com-
plalninK. you ar<- liable to he placed
in the clase of shfontc kickers, altho
your complaint may be many times
just tiled.
In connection with this convention
thero is to he a dinner at the Masonic
Hall. Wednesday, January :,0th, at •
P.m., and it is hoped thai every chair
will he taken. The committee Is doing ull possible to makp thfs a feature of the convention and they trust
It will receive the support not only of
the agricultural public but of tho citizens of the city of ('ranbrook as well.
Tickets can be had from the executive
of the Fanners' Institute or at tho
Agricultural Office.
A full program of thin convention
will he published In next week's Issue.
A  I* HAY
District Agriculturist
THE SALVATION AKMY
Hanaon Avenue
801TOAY, JANUARY *>
11 a.m. Holiness Meeting
2.30 Sunday School.
7.30   Salvation   MeeUng
Tuesday evening at ft p.m. PubUo
Salvation  Meeting.
Everyone Ib heartily Invited tn attend these services.
Mr W A. Nlsbet and H. W. Hereh-
mer wore Fernie visitors this weak. PAflS  TWO
THU  CBAIfBBOOK   HERALII
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YOURS
FOR
SATISFACTION
THE
R. E. Beattle returned on Sunday
from a trip to Manitoba and reports
that province enjoying an unprecedented wave of prosperity.
The choir of Knox church was entertained on Thursday nt the manse
by Kev. und Mrs.  Fortune when a
Raworth Bros.
NEXT TO  THE  POST OFFICE
C.P.II. WATCH INSPECTOR
FRIDAY, JANUARY  18th, 1021
Twenty-two are
Nominated
.Mon.- Candidates in Field I'lil
year l'lian For .11 any tears
Past)   Full List  Chen
Old Inhabitants ot tlie city,
askod ii' tliey remembered   ilI|>'
in the history of Un place when
wore more candidates
out ion than at this iim
and then reply tlml th
tlm time for closing of nomlnatl
.Monday afternoon     no    fewer
twenty-two candidates had bet
in tho running by having thel
ers filed with F. IV. Burgess, tl
timing officer,
Tho full list uf nominations,
'***************************************?.
Jacki
berts :.
Miles
mil  E.
I'OII
\. Denes! and W.
on, Mr». Holon, :
id w. ii. Wilson.
Jlrs. Cloi'tnulo, by E, A
Wilson.
I\ M, Ro-
ii
Pater
on.
POLICE COMMISSIONER
Shankland, stoanifitter, hy B
li. Dezall und A. E. Lelgli.
|   j. it.  W'.iJIi.'.-y. merchant, liy It. (.
when Carr and C. ll. Ward,
time     An unusual  degree of interest wui
manl'ested In the el-ctione iliis yeur.
[anil ;ii Hie cud of last week committee
n tins were opened hy the supporters nf Alik'i'iiinii Cameron fur mayor
j in   lilt-  building  nn   Norbury Avenue
lecontly  vacated    by   the Kootenay
Trading Co.       At tho beginning of
[ibis week rooms were also taken by
Alderman Balmont's followers for his
t mi Armstrong Avenue,   wliere
campaigns  were directed from.j
and the voters list given severe scan-1
uings      A feature of the campaign
was the appearance uf an anonymous
mimeographed letter sent to some of
tlie railroad men, mid supposedly iu
support ni Alderman Balment for mayor, but at tile same time urging that
PAK'IKRS' INSTITUTE
ANNUAL MEETING
RE-ELECT OM) BOARD
.Uiikiuir Arrangements  I'or  K
K. District Conference In
Cninlirook Tills .Month
presentation inu nun
Mr. McU.nd.
A head-on collision
tlio Crows Nest Pass
freight trains. A tin
ed but it Is Loitered i
hurt.
i tlie leader,
i place iieai
ell III   V.lllll
was scald-
BELASCO I'LAY "TIGER
ROSE" TO BE SEEN
l.\ SCREEN FOIi.II
sicinns. directors iniiglcliuis.nnd everylfor the soIvIue of nn „„,	
hnaglnabie trade and profession. Tljis  „„  CS  LZgTTlZl
■ mi*' about the
RICH IN VIT*M1NES
ien ther
.j; for el
to H.ili)
Idn't. Ai
r-Rb
that hu pi
Bi
the proposers: and seconders follows:
FOR MAYOR
Aid. A. J. Balment, railway conductor, hy Lester Clapp ami \V. F. Cameron.
Aid. J. H, Cameron, railway awltch-
inait, hy ti. S. Mcintosh and J. Laurie.
POR ALDERMEN
Aid. T. H. Bronsdon, railway flro-1
mnn, by 11. Gammon and W. F. (
eron. j"'" BUppa
A. H. Bulloch, barber, by E. A. Hill|,h0 otuei
and Lostur Clapp, being onl
Q. D, Carlyle, locomotive engineer, ,h" ltU8ln
by tl. T. Moir and <',. L. Sullivan.        [stated.
J. S. Dunlop, locomotive engineer, by tQOS0
by il. A. Broch and T. s. QUI. w«w C0IH
J. P. Pink, meicbant, by A. Raw- following
orth and A. D. Bridges. mi][l]- -
Aid. W. J. Flowers, C, P. it. mach- &aen ri
InJsf,  Ly Chas. Pocock   and    -\.  ('.  men;.
Shankland.
Aid. A. E. Jones, building contract
or by J. A. Arnold and W. P. Cami ron
J. E, Kennedy, chil servant, by J
A. Arnold ami J. h. Walker.
AM. \V. \\r. Kilby. merchant, by C.
J. Little and H. FulIJamefi.
Leslie Loucks, locomotive engineer,]
hy G. L. Ingram anil Jas. Martin.
F. M. MccPherson, garage propria
tor, by It. Pubcuzzo nml C. Draper.
W. J. Wilson, vulcanlzor, hy G. L. i
Ingram and P. W. WllHa,
FOR SCHOOL TRUSTEES
J A. Genest, railway conductor, byi
It. T. Tiffin luni a. A. MacKinnon.     [
W. o. Gtlrny. accountant, by It. P.(high ns six hundred dollars each.   Of
Moffatt and W, A. Nlsbet course lhe difference must bo in the
F. Helse, tfo Inspector,   liy   A. C.(freight and Premier Oliver has work-
Shankland and R. T. Tiflln. led so haul t
Q, L. Ingram, locomotive engineer, | rates.—Fern!
Mr
i N.S..
I he given only to Messrs
md  Loucks, as worthy of
of tlieir "fellow workers,"
candidates on  that  ticket
"supposed"    to represent
ess men, the communication
Tit's letter was repudiated
it presumed to support, and
itdered  as  a  bright attempt
a brains orm in some active
Bplll  tlio ttckot which had
ning behind Alderman Bal-
P. J. Smitl
ing called back to Grand Pro.
ly Hi«' death or her father
Mrs. P. Farreli of this city Is
laughter of the family.
Tlie city's share from the provincial
government liquor control fund this
year amounted to $508!>.52, less the
cost of two convictions, some $1176.76.
Tho co. t of convictions apparently
varies tpii e a Int. In Nelson, three
ct.sob cosl 30ine nine hundred dollars
or tline hundred dollars each. In
Cranbrook   and   Fernie  they  run  as
>r a reduction in freight
■ Free I'ress.
The annual meeting of the Crauhrook Fanners' Institute was held on
Saturday, December 29th in the city
hall. Owing to the had condition of
tlie roads not many outside members
wero present. The chair was occupied by president McCrlndle. Outstanding accounts were passed and a
vote of ?25 was made to the Pig Club.
Mr. Mott, the secretary, presented the
financial report which wns ordered
audited in readiness for the next
ni ee Ung.
A resolution of regret and appreciation at thu loss suffered by the Institute and agricultural Interests in
this district generally ln tbe death of
Rev. Father Lambot, who had always
been one of the faithful supporters of
the Institute, was pasi:ed oa motion of
A. B. Smith und A. L. Hay
Mr. Hay outlined briefly the pros-    ...
Ipects    for extending club work next;a:i'
year nnd hoped members would assist |
as much as possible.
The election of officers being called,
the old Hoard was unanimously reel 'et I'd and a quorum being present of
the directors they adjourned nnd elected A, B. Smith, president and Angus
Morrlso.i vice president for the .'liming year.
Ou  re-assembling,  the  question  of
handling the conference of Farmers'
. institutes of East Kootenay, which has
has left for tbo iloc.. set for January 30th, In Cran-
"'' '" r'"  **""   brook, was taken up and voted Into
the bands of the directorate to carry _
out.    Tbe gathering  felt  that some- 8
thing outside the formal business ses-j
dons should be provided for and gave'
the Board instruct ions to that effect,   j
plneo wlio seems  will u.
to have any life at all Is dainty April j Briefly,  il   iu  a   plausible,
Blair, Die Home Cinderella or maid ol,manic coniedy-ilraina    tliat
a   wliili
An "x""""' ' mm event |. otter.
- llTJZZlmLtZTr T "' Work' W1"»' ,'™l« «•«■ tin
»* '"llger nose" ut th T " *""""'*• "° lB """""•'" ,0 M° " "W
ror two days bwlnnln. ,'.,,", ,"" '"g °" ""' R™""1 """'^ mMonly
nary 26tli. '"•'' '" '""'raoloil ant] nlurt bouncing
fattoruoa utter  n„.   n......       .      "''"'""' '"' th" *""*■   Tl'" '"u"1' "r
"•ai scored ,„,     „?'    ,° ,VUy' ""> «°l""«ont *oon crawls „u, from
r^^^^::zz::rr::r^' ■ -
WW nreeeuie „ eomCuo   ha a to ,?""* '" """m* """"""" """ "" '»
eiiuul anywhoro. U>e expected failure,   ti»herei > tin
Tlie acquisition ot  n™  j house. (;r„iB nicola ninny old chare
ii guarantee or high
MAKE PERFECftB&frp
Satnrdav. January ID
HE THAT KBDPBTH HIS MOUTH
keepetli Ills life, but be tbat openeth
wide his lips shall have destruction.
-Proverbs 13:3.
+    +    4
Sunday, January •-"'
O LORD REVIVE THY  WORK  IN
tho  midst   of  the   vein.'*.   ILibakkitk
+   +   +
Monday. Jaivuiry -I
HE  THAT  TRUSTETH    IN    HIS
own heart is a fool.—Proverbs 28:26.
+   +   +
Tutsduj, January --
WHEN" THOU PA8SEST THROUGH
the waters, 1  will hu witli thee;  and
through the rivers,    thoy    shall- no
overflow thee.—Isaiah 43:2,
+   +   +
Wednesday, January l':i
THE   GRASS   WITHERBTH,   THE
flower fadeth, bul the word ot ou
God shall Bland for ever.—Isaiah 40
of  David   Belasco,
liis play and all it stands for in the
realm of drama,
dramatic quality
Tlie story of "Tiger Rose," set in
the far northwest, in Hie region where
men and wild beasts rove at large,
killing and being killed, impelled by
instincts of hunger, love and fear, is
one chock-full of the dramatic and
soul-stiri'ing. As a result the picture!
Is sad to move ami tingle with human
interest.
Rose   Bocion    nicknamed     "Tiger
Rose"  for  ber  untamed  ways,  is a
regular wildcat, untutored aud unre-
ilrained.    Leaving    home    after her
father's death, she is saved from deatli
on a raft and brought io the factor
of a Hudson Hay post who decides to
adopl   aud  bring  her up as his own
Id,   In tlie post she learns to participate In the loves and  bates of tbe
mcfti  she  is thrown  in  contact   with.
Supporting   Lenore   Ulric,   are   the
foi lowing:     Forrest  Stanley,  Joseph
i low ling. Andre   de   Beranger,   Snm
DeGrasse and Theodore Von Eltz.
ters, all of whom may be seen in the
picture, "Tbo Purple Highway," featuring Madge Kennedy which comes to
tho Star theatre next Monday and
Tuesday.
April Blair is played by Madge
Kennedy, whllo Monte Blue portrays
tlie leading man's role, Edgar Prentice, alias Craig.
improbable si Urn tlons,
•loan, rota kes us
away from tbe prosaic
surroundings of our everyday fife and
ii ii. )orts ns Into a laud oi rom.iiiro
mid   linrin.
The story of "The Hun'rew" Is
simple, bul a delightful one nevertheless, it contorti about a white girl
wlm, through circumstance, has been
reared among Indians. She believes
alio is an I ml iu ri herself until she
reaches tlio dawn of womanhood.
Then, learning tbat she is white,
sho decides lo get. a white husband
and chooses for her mate tlie scion of
a wealthy Now Vork family, wlio bad
gone Into the Northwest woods to escape (lie shallowness of bis former
life.
Tbe bashful youth is kidnapped by
tbe girl, a situation which, misinterpreted liy the hardy pioneers of the
ODDEST HOMi: OS
EARTH IS SIMMV\ IX
Tins Ni:n imiotoit.ay
'THE HUNTRESS," TO BE
SHOWN AT THE STAB IS
FINK ENTERTAINMENT
A comedy-drama embodying all tbe!
[woods country, throws the girl and
boy inlo a series of complications
both dramatic and humorous,
In the role of "Beln," tbe girl. Colleen Moore has a role which seems
The
elements that go to make real worth'eS|KTi:illy adaDtaDle Iu *•■■•* Pleasing
while entertainment — such is "The rnA versaUle I^ng star.   She eiitran-
Jdest Institution on earth—a Huntress," a  First  National   nlcture-       her aucUence wI,h ht'<' portrayal
Homo for Artistic Failures, dedicated wliich features the bill opening it tlie 1 °f the ml8c]ltev°«a. vivacious and ro-
to  Edgar  Prentice,    a    disappointed | Stat   theatre Wednesday and Thur?-  mantIc   white-Indian   who  wins   her
day. j husband despite his contrary efforts.
Vi.tre is drama and thrill aplomyl The'Part of the boy Is admirably play-
The Huntress" but the prii.osr,'   °(i hy Uoyi) HuB,iea-
• of
playwright, by bis father, the founder,
U is after   Edgar has failed miserably
as a playwright lhat he finally man- _ ___ „„    „uv ,„,. ljril
iges to obtain a card of aduiision In- fenlutes of this  refreshing sto
to lhe Homo under the name of Craig,  the great outdoors, are its clean bu
The most interesting feature of the urj<\ its simple yet absorbing then-fl
institution   is  not "the  building  itself ,bc awe inspiring grandeur of its see
, but rather its  Inmates, failures from  nlc   background   —  and   the   Infinite     A consistent vegetarian is one who
every walk    of   life, authors, poets, -harm and pathos. | won't risk eating chestnuts    in    the
theatrical  managers,  architects,  mu-j    Tlie story ot "The Huntret*-i   calls   dark,
Most of the classical dances remind
us of trying to get into a union suit
In an upper berth.
January Clearance
Special Prices On
Dresses, Ladies Coats, Shoes,   J
Hats' Overshoes, Sweaters
A. NEW SHIPMENT OF
British Army Blankets
ALL WOOL
30 Different Styles in Ladies Shoes
Don't forget Ilia! wc arc now at our new location, next
to F. Parka' Hardware.
B. WESTON'S Store
THE STORE THAT SELLS FOB LESS
^eVf.V.V.VffeVfffffeVeVeVffeVJVeVeVfJVf)tV,
+    +    +
Tlinrsdny, .Tnnuflry 21
HKAIt.   O   ISHABL:    THE LOW
ir uui!  is one  Lord.—Deuteronomy
Miss Jennie Hopkins,   who   is   in I I'l-Mny, Jillltiarr 25
charge of the educational department1 ig _\o*r THIS THB PAST tliat I
nt Ta Te Creek, near Waoa, B.C., paid have chosen? to loose the hands o
a New Year's visit to Mr. and Mrs. S. j wickedness, to undo the heavy bur
MacDonald, returning on the Kootenay Lena, and to let Hie oppressad go
Central on Priday for the opentaB of j rreP- am| tnnt ye break etory yol
school on the 7th.—Golden Star. I—Isaiah f>8:ti.
■••■•••a—e-~.—,   ,—,—•—•—,—,—.—a—e~*—♦—»—a -, -.—♦—
Satisfaction
That's what you get when you trade at
your own store. You get the freshest
and best goods at the price, and if there
is any profit on the sale, you get that
also—In dividends.
THINK THIS OVER
LARGE SHIPMENT OF NAVEL ORANGES, ALL SIZES
OREGON CELERY, per lb	
FRESH WINTER PEARS, 2 lb. 25»i
GREAT WEST TEA, per lb	
NABOB TEA, per lb	
LOGANBERRY JAM, 4s
**********
  15*
per box, $3.75
70<S
 756
85c
35c
LEAN STREAKY BACON, ill the piece, per lb.
Cranbrook District
Co-Operative Society
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MONDAY, JANUARY 21
TONIGHT .. SATURDAY
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MONDAY   aud   TUESDAY
Madge Kennedy
in
"TKAWLmr
Popular Mmlgo Kennedy celebrates
hor return to tho screen — after two
years on the legitimate stnRo — by
presenting a delightful, wholusomu,
im urn ii portrayal of a charming waif
who rose to bo a famous actress.
Monte Blue. Pedro do Cordoba and
Pore Davidson in lhe splendid rant.
"CHOP SUEYM
WEDNESDAY and TiU'KSDAY
CWIKIIY
COLLEEN iMOOIttt in
"The HUNTRESS"
Hero indeed is something different,
something refreshingly original -
the rollichtng story nf an tndlan-ured
girl who sot ber heart upon awhile
male, and wlm, upon learning of bor
Caucasian birth, sotH out to capture
iho first desirable youth t<i cross her
path. Radiance of humorous incident, witli here ami thero a touch of
nullum; radiance of Impersonation,
and radiance of nature's splendor nil
combine In  this appealing iwlci-tuin-
nient.
COMEDY   -   "COLD CHILLS"
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
LENORE ULRIC
in "TIGER ROSE"
THE FINEST CANADIAN NORTH WOODS STORY EVER SCREENED.
You will love "Tiger Rose." A child of the woods, aa beautiful
as the flower whose name she bears, but as dangerous in defense as thd
queen of the jungles.
David Belasco's famous play has been transferred to tlie silver
screen v.Hh the utmost fidelity, in this dramatic classic.
COMEDY. . "PEST OP THE STORM COUNTRY'' rlday, January 18th, 11)21
THE  CRANBROOK  HERALD
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WINDERMERE    J
i:   ^STRICT NOTES f
•H-I'i I 1 i I I I I H"I"HH-HHH-H-H
PAGE THREE
(Special to the Herald)
lnvermere H.C. Jan. 16—a fancy
dress ball under the direction ur Mrs.
P. f. Green and Mr. W. H. Soaton was
held last week iu McKay's Hull. Alli-
altner. li was very largely attended
and proved a huge success lu every
way. Tlie llrst prize tor best .ladles'
costume was won by Mrs. ,las. I,. McKay, while llial. fur the nun Weill lo
ber husband wlm appeared as a hobo
RCr, McKay's costume created n good
ileal ol' iiierrliuenl for nn his bach
was puttied a placard rending; The
Provincial Party alter the Election."
Miss Thatcher of WIndornicro, as
"Itonnilubnill," won Ihe billies' second
and Mr. I'eiu Melnnls as "Puritan,'
tiHik tbat  for tlie men.     'I'l unlc
prize wus won by Misses Wilier and
Pralor who characterised Jiggs and
Mugglo.    Mr. and Mrs.  A.  Brimmer,
Pucklets
HY WHATOHAMA COLUMN
s Orgai
warded
iltouco
grlndor
und
I  prl
their
M.inl.. v   hit
 nr.'       (K ll
lOrll   were Mis
and  Miss WM
■'r di   Artists
ill as Jupuncsi
costumes ol special n
Bkllllngs of Athalmor
by of Costlodule as
Mrs. Arnold H. Sandw
Uody,   Mis.   Sklvlllgton   as   Hindu
and Mrs. Francis C. tlreen us Tops.'
"CASCAIIETS" 10c
HEST LAXATIVE
FOR BOWELS
"They Work While You Sleep."
If you feel sick, dizzy, upset. If
your head Is dull or aching, or your
stomach Is sour or gassy, just take
ono or two pleasant "Cascarets" to
relieve constipation or biliousness
No griping—nicest cathartic-laxative
on earth for Men, Women and Children. 10c boxes, also 2ac and 50c
Blzes—any drug store.
Till; SI'KMITHIIIFT
By
WALTER KAY
A Jolly young spendthrift named Johns
Csed In slay oui all night until dawn,
Hul in' late so they say. bo lias men.
ded his way,
Por bis watch, ring end sun  are In
pawn.
...     a
Momenta of Inner:   Having some ono
luilt   you   if   you   ever   „k, |   „,   |(,,x
BoncJi.
a     .     .     .
John Taylor Sajs:   Ho went into n
al'c. ordered Urn bus and only ou
was rood,   isn't ihai loo bad
"The name is ou lhe letter Ir you
don't know your business sell the
piK offlce," says the gem.
•     ,     •     a
Hill Willis gayst—I dye to live
Question! and Answers
Deur Editor: What   |3   the   coldest
country in the world? —Olive
Answer: We think that Chile is the
coldest country Olive, next to Crua-
brook.
I'red Scull Siij-sj—ft makes no ,|ir-
ference bow other articles go up In
price, writing paper will nlwnvs
main stationery.
'WHOM
III!    Olll
Lust Words
ol' here.
inn'l link
Bruce  Itoblnsoii  lloniurks
musician dooan'l   rest on
bars.
"Hick." Dovo SllJ'Bl       ||„
JOHN GARD
PAINTER &
PAPERHANGER
Fall Line of Wall Paper
In Stock.
Store, Hanson Avenue
Phone 40s at all hours
1'BAMH.OIIK     •     .     .     BX.
good
many
oiler
Iho
upon
Uoyal Hank.
....
Tills Week's Pull'} Tale: Once
" time a man called up It's wife lo
say ho was detained hy work nt his
cilice, she Immediately look a taxi
end found him there.
Win. (Bill) Harris Ti
A gent ennie in'o tin
said. "I want a letter
"What Is tho mum
lis 'Mils One:—
post office and
REPORT SHOWS MICH
WORK HONE AT CITV
SEWAGE DISI'OSAI
■':"Kii r   (tocoiiiinemls   Suh .
liriili»i|f<. tn Relieve Sewers
of Heavy Water Flow
1924
ill MM HOTEL
Now Open
Tiie owners of (Ids Hotel have
spared no expense in their endeavor to mako it the most np-lo-
date in tho district.
110 Nenly liiriii'lii'il Rooms,
All witli Kimnhair .Vtiter (Hoi
and Culil)   ---oino   with private
baths, some wllh shower lintlif*.
BAKER ST., CBAKBR00K
Only absolutely flrat-claes fireproof Hotel in the city.
Regular
Meals
30 c
and up
Club Cafe
MW*++++*++*+*i
Crauhrook.  B.C,,
Jun nary 9,
To Ilia Worship Uie Mayor
and City Council
Gentlemen,
The following extensions were
made to-the Sewerage .system:
105 ft of ti inch on East Duclck Lane;
133 ft. of 0 Inch on East Garden Lane;
79 ft. of ij Inch cin East Fenwlck Lane;
113 ft. of (i Inch on East Watt Lane;
100 ft. or ii inch on East Bur wot I Lane.
making a total of 530 feet or 0 inch
pipo.
32 new connections were made to
sewbrs during the year. The Disposal works were overhauled and worked fairly satisfactorily during the
season. The septic tank was cleaned
out. thoroughly and tiiree sludge val
ves repaired, fi inch gate valve on
outlet from septic tank was dug up
and repaired and a concrete valve
chamber built. Cbn'retc baffle walls
j were raised eight inches as it was
; found that during periods of heavy
I rain the water level in the tank mis*
I ed end flowed over these baffle walls
breaking up the crust and therefore
j making the action of the tank ineffective. The distribution trays of tlie
primary filters were overhauled and
adjusted to distribute effluent evenly.
Concrete work of secondary fflters
wa.i repaired and filters cleaned out
and refilled with coarse gravel and
cinders. This gives very good results but there is not sufflcfetnt filtration area for the amount of effluent
which has to bo treated. Tlienc filters
should be extended in the Bprlng, The
effluent from the septic tank hns been
discharged through the flume Into
the sewage farm without filtration
since the middle of October ns it
would hnvo required a heavy outlay
of money to equip primary and sec-j
ondary filters so that they would
operate during tiie winter. Tt
theiefore thoupht advisable to drain
these thoroughly before the treeseup
The sowers throughout the city were
maintained in worktng order and ol>-
structlons cleared from time to time.
The present sewer is working to
capacity owing to the amount of water leaking Into the sewer. A sub-
drain Should be laid in the low levels
Of the City to tako euro of thi** 8Ub-
drainage and relieve both the main
sewer and the Disposal works.
Respectfully submitted.
T. J. BROWN
Olty Engineer.
Many British Columbia
Homes Test New
Treatment
for Spasmodic Croup
and Children's Colds
Vicks Wins Most Enthusiastic Praise
«
Western Mothers
Like Vicks VnnoBuli
A CASE IN
SOUTH VANCOUVER
.Mrs. II. Runnrcz of 322 15th St., W.,
Nth. Vancouver, B.C., writes: "l havo
Mod vicks VapoRub and find it very
Rood. 1 have bronchitis ulmnl every
winter, but Vicks helpod mo and It
will do ail lhat you claim for il."
REPORT FROM
REVELSTOKE
Mra. Gertrude V. Milton or ricvel-
stolte, B.C., aays: "1 have lined VlckB
VapoRub ami found It a beneficial
remedy for catarrh and cold In ihe
heail or chest. Vicks sure sneaks for
llseif."
VICTORIA
SEMIS FOLLOWING
Mra. H. Thomas, of 1827 Quuilra St.,
Vldoria, B.C., writes: "We have found
Vicks above par. We have three
young children with severe colds and
Vicks Is doing wonders for them. Wo
would not be without it. I can hou-
oslly recommend Vicks to anyone."
Skeptical al llrsl aboul external treatment for
cold troubles, British Columbia people have heen
completely won over hy the remarkably (illicit action oi' Vicks VapoRub.
For Vicks medication takes effect immediately
it is applied, in two distinct ways. First it is absorbed through and stimulates the skin like a liniment, poultice or plaster. Second, its ingredients
are released hy tbe body beat as vapors and are
inhaled with each breath direct lv Into the nose
throat and lungs. It is an obstinate cold thai can'
resist. Ihis direct double action.
Vicks is composed of Camphor, Menthol, Eucalyptus, Thyme. Turpentine and oilier of lhe world's
hest remedies for congestion and Inflammation- -
whether In the air passages, such ns croup, colds
catarrh or bronchitis, or on lhe surface, like cuts
bruises, burns, sores and slings.
Vicks is a family standby in the Stales. Over 17
million jars are used yearly. During Its introduction iu Hritish Columbia last winter several thousand samples were given out by druggists io good
responsible families, to be tested out. Alongside
are reports from some of these people who have
kindly consented that their experiences be published.
Report* From
H'estern Fnmllle
I..UVTON
"INSTAVr RELIEF"
Mrs. William Clark, u ,; Uwion.
Alberta, saya: "I hat siren Vicks
Vi tubu thorough tr ■ I :, .:. | n
e  mi Bl   I .-:.■•;.  . i   :, ;:;. .;,      m      |$|   ]t
for catarrh ami head     ,] .   i;..: ^,.:
almost instant relief."
IVABAMDN
"CHEAT lfi:ili:i"
Mrs B ii Ulgtu <it Walianuin. Alberta, writes "I had a very had cold
and by using Vicks VapoRub as directed, both by rubbing on tli" chest and
throal and Inhaling Ihe vapors. I got
ureal relief"
Never Let. A
Cold
Get a Start
WALSH
"HEST VI.T"
Mum Enter Helnrlch of Walsh Alberto, soys: -\: |u v : flub Is the
bi si ■■ n i.!/ ror col Is When my mn-
Inor bad n  very .].„ tried
*1' K>   ■.,. aight uexl morning
;"    '"■•-      tier     \V.   shall  never  be
without Vaks again as n is ths beet
VapoRub
Over 17Million Jars Used Yearly
Me A JAK  IT liltn
Minus
It you prefer •
Yh Its
he.
fore  purchasing', clip
this
cou-
pon, mall ii •■■ th. VI
It i h
wnl-
cal ..'•►. ..-ii SL PauJ S
. We
Montreal, i'.Q. and a
Trte
lest
Btxe package  wilj  be
aem
you
promptly.
"Bayer Cross"
in package or on tablets you are nol
felting the genuine Bayer Aspirin
iroved safe by millions and presiTt-
led by physicians ovor twenty-three | Cranbrook made tho ascent of Mount
MAY ESTABLISH
LOOKOUT STATION 0>
PEAK OF JIT. SWANSEA
(Special to ihe Herald)
lnvermere, B.C.. .Ian. ifi--M.\ Norman Moore, the district forester from
Is What Ihi"   III Sn) Aboul   I
FRAME'S      |
BREAD     PIES — 0AKE t
nml FASTHV I
•:*
PHONE 87 |
AND Wis  WILL QALL       *
{The Home Bakery |
MMIIII'IIV AVK $
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IniiiiMiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiirjiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuinninium,
ANNOUNCEMENT I
C. Joe Bros, §
I.AlllKS' * GENTS TAILORS   |
Beg to nnuounco to tbelr
■many former lady patrons that
■ tliey aro again making a specialty of
LAMES' TAILORING
Your Patronage Is Invited
Gentlemen's Sails
Made To Order
The Very latest Stylos
I:   Cleaning * Pressing   :
IC JOE BROSe
CRANBROOK STREET
| Opposite Bank of Commerce
l'.0. Boi M4
.I.-mlnrtie
Lunibago
Rheumatism
Pain, Pain
iblets uf Aspirin'
pai ki
years tor
Colds
Toothache
Nourltis
Neuralgia
ia api  "Bay
only.    Bach  unbroken
tains proven directions   Handy boxes
twelve tablets cosl u fow renin, druggists also sell botlos of 24 and too.
Aspirin is the trade mark (registered
in Canada) of Bayer Manufacture ot
Monoaoetlcacidestor   o(   Sttlyctlioacld.
While ii te well known thai Aspirin
moans Bayer Manufacture, to imsiHt
the pultli'
blots   of
stamped
Swansea lasi week.  Thin is rather an
arduous  undertaking in- Hie winter
season and requires to bo  done on
snowshoes. Mount Swansea lies just
across Hip hike from lnvermere.    Its
highest poiiii is three thousand feet
oon"|aboVfl the level of the water.   From
fth crest nn exceptionally good view
nf tlie country nil about and it Is more
than probable for Hint reason that a
forest  fire  protection  cabin  will  be
but]I   on  tiie. summit and a  lookout
established during the season of fire
control.   The operator from his lofty
mltatlons, the To- '•'ll,ln wlu ,1C connected by a private
Bayor   Company   will   be telephone Bystem with the trunk lines
wllh their   general trade which extend throughout the length of
nrk, tht
"Bayer Cross
Knst Kootenay.
Bruce Robinson
TeBfher nf Magic
STUDIOt BARER ST., CIIAMIHOOK
Phone 2!)5 P.O. Box   762
B0BI«SQ«S ORCHESTflA-DAHCES AflBilll6E0 FOR
™iiolTcA™E«S TRANSFER CO.
Towrtos & Adams
Agents for Hard and Soft Coal.    Distribution Cars a
Specialty.   Excellent Warehousing.
SAND and GRAVEL
Olt'ONITti C.r.K. DEPOT
Telephone S3
CHANHKOOK, B.C.
P.O. Box 111
WORKS REPORT TELLS
OK MUCH 1VOKK DONE
<» CITV STREETS
CKAXIUiOOK SHOWS
UP WELL IN  1923
POSTAL REVENUE
Recommends Oiling ui Streets
Be Continued Next Vear
After Repairs
Cranbrook. B.C..
January 9, 19..4
To Hts Worship the Mayor
and City Council.
Qentleman:
The streets were maintained in good
condition throughout the year, 745
loads Of gravel and shale were spread
on the Btreets and 169 loads of cinders
were used to bind gravel. Tiie follow-
inR streets were rolled with the government roller: Baker street from
Vim Home to Fenwlck Avenue; Cranbrook street from MacKinnon's foundry Io bridge over Smith Creek; Ilnr-
Well Avenue from Baker Street to the
Tourist. I'ark; Norbury Avenue between la-oiiis and Raker Streets.
28,780 sn.. yds. of streets were oiled
at a cost of less than 4c n square yard.
This oiling was very beneficial tn that
ft abated the dust nuisanco and protected the wearing surface of the
streets. The process of oiling should
be continued but before oil is applied
the strtots should bo thoroughly surfaced aud rolled.
Boulevards were formed east side
of Lumsden Avenue between Kains
and Kdwnrds Street and on Burwell
Avenue between Kains and Louis St.
Louis Street win widened between
Fenwlck nnd Garden Avenues.
Tbo following bridges over Smith
Creek were rebuilt: French Avenue.
Clark Avenue and Duriok Avenue.
Tliefio bridges wero unsafe for heavy
traffic. Corrugated iron culvert pipe
was laid at Edwards and Lumsden,
Edward and Burwell. Edwards nml
Durick, Watt and Van Horne, East
Han on lane on south side of Edward
Street, and Iron pipes on south Baker
Lano at Mannings nnd the Courier
Building.
340 fteet of fi inch pipe was laid al
ong Kains Street and Clark Avenue to
provide necessary outlet for the water which accumulated at the Intersection of French Avenue and Kains. St
A number of old wooden box culverts throughout the city are duo for
renewnl next season, and I would
strongly recommend replacing them
with corrugated Iron culvert pipe. The
sidewalk on oast side of Lumsdon Avenue between Edward and Kains St..
was taken up und laid tn grade. 75
foot of new plnnk sidewalk was laid
Slums Second Larirest  Khrure*
In Kootenays For I.u*t
Fiscal Vear
Figures Issued for tlie fiscal year
ended March, 1028, ohowing the postal
revenues at the different jwst otllces.
shows that Cranbrook produces the
largest returns of nny city in tho
Kootenays, with the exception uf Nelson. This would make this city rank
second in the entlro eastern section
of the province, as far as the Okanagan, where Kelowna and Vernon show
figures Blishtly in advance.   Tlie oil!-
cia]  Hsuri':;
iro as follows:
Athalmor ..
   $      4S7 84
Baynes Lake
       1,041.64
Hull River .
       1.039.09
Crow's Nesl
          741:9
Elko  	
          S05.ll
      1S.1S0.4."
Grand  Forks
       9,022.00
[nvormore ..
       1,808.06
Jnffntv   	
Kaslo   	
4,396.27
:■—:.■•■'—:  531.46
W'cUt1°    1.40S.54
Uhlc    1.S17.39
Ntl*'''      43.236 15
Klmb : ley
Kitcnoner
Lumbertoi
Maryavillo
Miciiot   ...
Moyio  ...
Rossland
Waldo   ...
WHiner  ..
If Stomach is
Troubling You
Instantly!  Knd Indigestion or
Stomach Sllsery Witli
Tape'* Dinid'psin"
TfiOSnj Aa aoon as you eat a tablet or two
2,002.10 ot 'Tape's  IJiapepsln" your InrtJges-
 K) Uon Is gone Heavy pain, l.eartljurn.
2,322.40 flatulence, gasses, palpitation or any
342.77 J misery from a sour, acid Btomacn
S.68S..97 j ends. Correct yoar Btomach and dl-
1,437.93, goatlon for a frw cents.   Each paclc-
202.86 u:e guarantee.] by druggist.
Kains and Edwards Street and on the
south side of Edwards Street between |
east Watts lano and Dewar Avenue.
alBo between Hanson nnd Armstrong
Avenues. Wooden sidewalks were
repaired from tlmo to time. These
are very expensive walks to maintain
and 1 think that cinder walks with a
granite or concrete curb would be the
most economical substitute for this
typo of walk.
The lanes were cleaned up systematically and 2073 load3 of ashes, etc..
wero removed from them during the
year. Owing to the early freeze-up
the weekly cleanup was discontinued
on November 5th.
All the noxious weeds throughout
the city wero cut before going to seed.
The city cemetery was thoroughly
cleaned tip and all the weeds wero
pulled   and hauled away.
The old warehouse building which
stood on the corner of the city park
was moved to the lots behind the Fife
Hall and fitted up as a storehouse
and workshop for the works dept.
The old curling rink was taken
down and timbers from it were used
for repairing sidewalks, shoring timbers, etc. The band stand was moved
from site near the government building to Ihe city park. Tourist camp
buildings were moved to the new
Tourist Park and samp site cleaned
up and buildings placed and extended. Additional clearing will he re-
qutied and extensions made to buildings before next BenBon. The tourists should have good accommodation
because along with tho fart that they
sposd a lot of money wllh the merchants of the city Ihey are also the
best advertising medium the city has.
New bath, toilet and waBh basin
were Installed In tho Fire Hall.
SHOE REPAIRING
SEE
MIKE KI ZMi:\KO
Cll.WIIItOOk STHKKT
Next lu troffatt'i
Cr3n!iraak Collage Hospital
(Licensed by Prov. Govt)
Maternity and General Nursing
Terms Moderatv
JtliS. A. (lUWHIHIl,  Jf.tr-s.
Garden Avenue      -   Phone K*
B.C.'s Best Brew
Because
Cascade is produced at British
Columbia's model brewery, v/here
quality and purity ol ingredients,
combined with perfectly hygienic
conditions, are of paramount
importance.
Insist on Cascade
Pure — palatable—appetizing
—the brew for YOU.
VANCOUVER BREWERIES
LIMITED
Dulldlng petrmlts lo the value of
on tho west side of I.umaden Avenue  171.2*15.00 w„ro issued,
between Kalna and Edwards Street. Hespoclfully submllled
Olndor sidewalks were put down on T. 1. nnOWN
west aid* of Dewar Amu* between city Bxsaear
eBeerwithoutaPcer
This advcrtl ent Is not published or displayed by Hi.   Llqnoi  Control
tluard ot bj tlm Uoveiuiuont ot Drltlsh t.'ulumbla. ■
1>AGE   FOUR
TBI  CRANBROOK   HERALD
rldny, January IStli, 1924
mctbodist ChurchRiv u
C. FREEMAN,
Pastor
SIMUY. JANUARY '.'Olli
"Whoever you are, though 1 know nothing
know that you are u sinner, as I tun; tempted, as
aB 1 struggle, against fearful odds."
else about you, I
1 am; struggling,
—Amos It. Wells.
11 a.m. Morning Service
Junior Choir
12.15 Sunday School and Adult Bible Class
7.30 p.m. Evening Service Senior Choir
A CORDIAL WELCOME TO VISITORS
Pastor Speaks on
Liquor Question
Shall   We   Have   Beer  Saloon
.Back Again 1 Question Refers.
To Coining Plebiscite
Drs. Green & MacKinnon
Physicians and Surgeons
Office  at   residence,  Armstrong
Avenue
OFFICE  HOURS
Afternoons    200 to 400
Evenings '30 to S.30
Sundays   2-00 to 4.00
CRANBROOK, B.C.
DR. F. B. MILES
KF.NTI8T
OFFICE HOURS
9 to 11 am.     1 to S p.m.
Ruiou Blk., CRANBROOK, B.C.
F. M. M A C PII E R S O N
Undertaker
Phone KO
Norbury Ave, next te City Hall
LODGES AND SOCIETIES
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
Meets ln the
K. ot V. Hull
afternoon of tha
first Tuesday at
8 p.m.
AU ladles we
cordially invited
President:  Mrs.  ff.  W.  AYolfer
SccTreiinrer:    Mrs.    Finlayson
I. O. O. V.
KEY CITS LODGE, No. 4»
Meets every
. Monday night at
I The Auditorium
Sojourning Odd Fellowi are cordially Invited.
N. O.      -      -    It- W. Leonard
Rec. Sec   B. O. Dingley, P.O.
NELSON BUSINESS COLLEGE
LEARN   TO   EARN
Individual Tuition
Commence Any Time
Day and Nlglit Classes
Complete, Pracllcel Commercial
Course In Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping, Spelling,
Commercial English, Commercial Law, Penmanship, Rapid
Calculation, Filing and General
Olllce Procedure.
For Particulars:
Apply P.O. Boi 14, Nelson, B.C.
baptist Cintrci,
PASTOR  W.  T.  TAPSCOTT
SUNDAY,    JANUARY   20
11 a.m. Morning Service
"The Greatest Thing In
The World"
12 noon Sunduy School
Classes For All Ages
7.30  Evening  Service
"The .Meanest Thing a
Man Can Do"
The reckless driver is never late—
nt his funeral.
One good '.urn deserves arother,
hul—it won't start tha flivver on a
cold morning.
c
Lift Off-No Pain!
POLICE DBPT. REPORT
ON ACTIVITIES FOIt
YI.AK JUST <XOSKI>
More Cases Thau Previous Year,
But Flues Collected Total    '
Considerably Less
Doesn't hurt one bit! Drop a little
"Freczone" on nn aching corn, instantly that corn stops hurting, then
shortly you lift it of! with fingers.
Vour druggist sells a tiny bottle of
".•'reei-oNe" for a few cents, sufficient
to remove every hard corn, soft corn,
or corn between the toes, and the foot
calluses, without soreness or irritation.
IIIlllllllllUlM
RniiiitcinsumTiiiSjmi iiiiiiiicxisitm n m esi ii hi iiii ii c ji ii imiHiicamim
Brick for Sale j
Why i'ny from tSM tn tr>.00 §
per M for llrlik. |
when you can get just as good |
manufactured in your own city §
from IM2.IMI to SIT.nu per M ut |
tho kiln? No matter whnt your I
requirement Is. whether for von- |
eer, solid wall, fire placo or
chimney — wo can supply you.
Established 1898 Phone 114
Geo. R. Leask
I'lONEEV hTlf.DER
AM)   CONTRACTOR
Cabinet Work.   Nrtnre Framing
Estimates given on
all classes of work
Office: Corner Norbury Avenne
and Edwards Street
COLUMBIA BRICK CO.,   |
llox T'.'ll        JHrs.    Crnnbrook, 1
. I
iTiDiiiiiiiiniitiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiMinittiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiK
CMNBMIX CLEANERS
AND DYER8
Every Garment tent to ns to be
Cleaned or Dyed la glreo
Onr Utmost Can.
Our knmledte ot the buslnesi
la your assurance of satisfaction
here,   phone, and we will call,
or brine ue your work.
We Clean and On Everything.
NONE 117
L. D. Cafe
(Little Dktennort)
When you wish something good
to eat go to the "L.D."
OCR    PRICE!    IRE    RIGHT
Kwong  Chong
LAUNDRY
11 Armstrong Avenue
Opposite W. D. Hill's
first  Clue  Work  Guaranteed.
Montana Restaurant
Metis at All Hour*.
Cigars, Cigarettes and Candles
Craabreok HI     -     Pkeae Ml
Opt. Bank ot Commerce
We Like
Such
Letters
Mrfi. Andrews, from New
Westminster, in mentioning the
fuel ili..t wo hnvo asked for peo-
jilo to tell us why they don't
use Paella Milk, Bays she can't
understand why any woman who
docs her own cooking should
tine iiii- -thing also. Mri, Andrew?
ha* used this "D-Hl Hritish O-
luml-'ii Product" I,if I'Ver five
year-;, she says. Rftil no other
ni'.v nrtti the MUia In cooking.
particularly In baking.
Pacific Milk Co., Ltd.
Heed Office. Vancouver, B.C.
FactnrJU al AbhoUfoM aad Laincr.
This was the subject or an addrese
given on ii recent Sunday evening by
Rev. B. C. Freeman, pastor of tlie
local  Methodist church.
The speaker took occasion to comment ou the recent di sen anion in
committee of tlie legislature of the
biU for the proposed plebiscite on the
licensing of the sale of beer as reported in tlie Vancouver province of
December li'- The plebiscite is lo be
takni, not ut the general provincial
election, but proviouB to it, entailing
.in additilnal cost to the province of
$86,000. As a reason for this Mr.
Manson said (hat before the liilii
election the liquor Interests nuked)
candidates wliere they stood ou prohi
bitiun which question was included on
ihe ballots of tliat year. He said it
was not advisable to have any mem
ber of the house or candidate placed
at the mercy of tlie liquor interests
or of the prohibitionists.
This Is the quagmire in which British Columbia finds itself through the
loosening of our grip on the things
most essential. There is no more
important issue on the political hor-
ion today than the liquor question.
But our leading politicians deliberately plan to avoid the issue in their
appeal to the country and continue
to make it their cover for skulking
between tho opposing camps and an
effective sop to the lobbyists haunt-
iii'g the purlieus of the house. Is il
any wonder we are progressing back-
ard in this political game?
Reading from the report: Attorney-
General Manson informed Uie house
that he was presenting the new liquor
bill for two reasons. First, he knew
the municipalities were not enforcing
the present law, and secondly, because he believed tliat people were
drinking more hard liquor than was
good for them, and there was perhaps
some merit in the argument that If
more beer were consumed less whiskey would be drunk."
So ln hla eagerness to put over the
beer saloon he Is willing to stnltif}
his own administration on both
counts. He is the very head or the
department whose sole reason for existence is to see that the law is enforced. Moreover, the present liquor
law is his own, planned and prescn
ted to the province on the plea that
the former law could not be onforced.
but here was one that would be enforced to the letta.*. This frank routes-1
sion of failure in a policy on which I
he was appointed to office may be
true enough, aim. But is it a sufficient reason for hts -.nttnutng to
Juggle with the bc.it sense of Unpeople and to give us serpents tor
fish? How mum can we take (f It'
Along with hts conieBslonn and his
hard liquor, wtll we also swallow his
beer?
But he say; people arc drinking
more hard-Uiuor than fs good lor
them. What wi.i he do. then? Restrict the sale uf hard liquor, perhaps,
to the limitations his own luw has eel
for individual sales? But he says
the law is not being enforced Very
true. Will he at least check those
intermediaries, commonly called bootleggers, purveying to the thirsty from
the large supplies obtained from
government stores? That would help
some. But it would also cut into the
fine showing of financial returns from
the trading venture of the government
In liquor called "Government Con.
trol." Of course we can understand
why it is so hard for the government
to run down tho bootlegger when the
government also sells him the liquor.
Some of ub can remember the time
when this "government control" wns
pledged to be sure control for both
the bootlegger and too much hard liquor. But that sort of a memory ls
very inconvenient.
But how does Mr. Manson propose
to correct these abuses? Why, very
simply, by Just giving more facilities
for drinking In the shape of beer saloons, or "beer parlors," as he calls
them. Will calling a pig a canary
prevent you from holding your nose
when you come near the sty? Do not
forget that beer la already regularly
sold by the government liquor vendors. Perhaps after all they nie not
business tools, It may be that they
are willing to farm It out tor the more
extensive trade lt will create In the
spreading of an Increasing appetite
for the more profitable bard liquors.
One member In committee had tho
grnco to ask, "Have tiie municipalities no Interest In the young people?
Will they not drift Into beer places
and spond their tlmo there?" Mr.
Manson's answer waB that tho municipalities would not nave the licensing of these places. Then some haunting vision of what might develop,
seems to come to his imagination,
but In vain, for later on he says, "If
I could picture a parade of beer
drunkards going from one boor place
to another I would not favor this act,
but I believe the board will control
the situation all right." The situation
is comparable only to that of a waterlogged ship already out of control,
and when the captain orders a hole
to be chopped in the bottom to let the
water run out he answers tho protesting passengers, "I oelfeve we will
control tho situation all right." The
assurance sounds uncomfortably like
whnt we heard when thoy were putting over "government control." Fn*
thorn and mothers, docs this satisfy
yon?
Qua member In supporting tha bill
M*lb.tin
80*
January 1, 1924
To His W< rBhip Mayor Cameron
and Police Commissioners:
Gentlemen:
I have the honor to present to you
herewith my Annual Report for the
year ending December 3lst, 1923,
There were 21b cases dealt with by
way oil court proceedings, being 62
cases mure than iu the previous year.
A total of $2,500.26 was collected lu
fines, being $1,006,26 less than that
colltcted in 1922.
Polltax collections amounted to
$847.50.
Keep of prisoners for oilier police
authorities amounted to $603,00 being
an Increase of $li>2.00.
Pound collections show an increase
of $126.00, the sum of $326.00 lieing
collected in   that department,
Inspection fees of rooming houses.
hotels, etc., amounted to $24,00. Altogether the sum of $4,260,75 was col-j
looted for the year.
This city appears to be the mecca
of transient vagrants — 74    of   these
appearing beforo the court. Closer ot this department to thank the May-
cooperation of police forces, and a;or, Police Commissioners and Alder-
stricter application of the provisions'.men for their support and co-opern-
of the Railway Act, would tend to de- tlon throughout llio year.
CDONAl
Ei*te Gut
For those smokers
who like .
MACDONALDS
cut fine
or who roll their own
to lb-IS*
C77& d9MK^Xt^^^^
I  tako   this  opportunity on behalf
crease the number of transient vagrants arriving in the city.
In the month of May a strike of
lumber workers occurred in tho
neighboring camps, the majority of
the men making this city their headquarters. Credit is due these men for
the orderly manner In whih thoy Jon-
ducted themselves.
Also the members of the R. C. M.
Police and Provincial Police forces
or assistance in securing the apprehension of malefactors.
Respectfully submitted
Vour obedient servant
DAVID  HALCHOU
Chief Constable
DEDUCTIONS FOR
"SPOTTERS"  HITS THIS
CITY THK HAltDKSi
Costs Cninlirook Moro For Liquor Hoard Operatives
Than Other Points
Fernie, like Nelson and Cranbrook
Ib demanding from the liquor control
board details and vouchors of the expenditures of the spotters sent in,
without its inquest, lo obtain liquor
convictions. In Fernie's case there
were three spotters, three convictions
and a bill presented to the city fn-
$1170. This bill reduces the city's
share of the liquor profits from $5080
to $3912.
Cranbrook's bill f ir three spottei
who  obtained   three  convictions  wns
$1807 or $600 per conviction.   Cran.
brook also has demanded an account
ing from the liquor board.
Nelson got off more cheaply, a
approximately $900 for its three pros
ecutiuns. It has demanded an item
izod statement as to the payment
covered by I his total.
Pines and Costs '
Poll   Tax   	
Keep of Prlsone
Pound Fees ....
Inspection  Fees   .
USE
RAZMAH
f2.560.25
847.60
503.00 j
326.00
ASTHMA
Ko Smoking—No Spraying—No Sauff
Just Swallow a Capsule
Restores normal breathing, stops
mucus gatherings in the bronchial
tubes, gives long nights of quiet
sleep; contains no habit-forming drug.
$1.00 at your druggists. Send 4c
in stamps for a generous sample.
Templetnns, 142 King West, Toronto,
RAZ-IHAH
GUARANTEED RELIEF   Rlfl
Sold By
CRANBROOK  DRUG  &  BOOK  CO.
CLEANING —
— REPAIRING
2400 j GIRLS! A GLEAMY MASS
OF BEAUTIFUL HAIR
$ 4260.751
In spite of the intense cold of Sunday, December 20, the funeral of the
late Robert J. Cooke was largely attended. The arrangements were carried out under the direction of the L.
O.O.HC. Representatives of tlie K, of
P., Pythian Sisters and the G.W.V.A.
were present with floral tributes. Mrs
Cooke and family desire tn thank all
sympathizers for floral irlbutts, especially tlie Loyal Order of Moose for
their kindness in directing affairs.
Fernie Free Press.
Number and nature of cases dealt
witli by the City of Cranbrook Police
Department during 1D23:
Keeper of  Bawdy House        3
Frequenters        2
Common Assault   	
Motor  Vehicle  Act   	
Indian  Ac.   	
Government Liquor Act
Kifp For Salo  	
Intoxicated	
Consume in Public Place  .
Keep where Beverages Sold
Keep place other than
Guestroom        7
Permit  Drunkenness    1
Vagiancy     74
Beat Board Bill  *     2
Theft. From the Person       7
Receive  Stolen   Property        7
Aid ..nd Abet Theft      1
35-Cent "Danderlne** So Improves Lifeless Neglected Hair
| An abundance
3|of luxuriant hair
2 ■ full of gloss,
10' gleams and lifo
17! shortly follows a
10 j genuine toning up
of neglected
7 scalps with deli ; pendablo "Dan-
21 Serine"
1 j Falling hair, Itching scalp and the
dandruff la corrected immediately.
Thin, dry, wispy or fading hair is
quickly invigorated, taking on new
strength, color and youthful beauty.
"Danderlne" is delightful on tlie hair;
a refreshing, stimulating tonic—not
sticky or greasy!   Any drugstore.
You Will Make No Mistake
In Ordering that
WINTER SUIT or OVERCOAT
— From —
H. C. LONG,
The Tailor
Van Home Street
Opposite C. P. R. Depot
Hume 416     tf     Phone 4lG
said, "If we had good beer you could
put your whiskey in the drug stores,
where perhaps it belongs." They sell
drugs that kill and come of this whiskey kills also." "If we had good
beer—," but what kind of beer !s the
government now selling In Its stores
But one thing at a time, gentlemen.
We have been stung too often hy these
possible, far away, fair proBpects held
out to induce ub to tolerate an Iniine^
dlato Imposition of evil. First put
the hard liquor in the drug stores,
where perhaps it belongs, and then
wo may believe in your good purposes
of reformation.
One thing more. Do not be mlsl d
concerning the proponed restrictions
to be put upon the licenses of these
beer places. Tho attorney-genet nl
stated that henevohat societies, barracks and military clubs must all apply to tho board for permission to
have liquor. Organizations under
those three headings will cover a
pretty wido field. Then bo further
Btated that where hotels are licensed
to sell beer, there could be two Keen-
one for the dining room, ami one
for the "beer parlor," where tables
would be provided. Perhaps ho knows
then, that some of tho best hotelmeu
are alroady protesting against having their dining rooms turned Into
booze Joints. And when the "beer
parlor" la separated from the dining
room, does that relieve the menace
to the youth who resort there?
Lot Mr. Manson know ns soon ns
possible, and with all the emphasis
that a self-respecting community concerned for the youth of our homes
can put upon It, that we do not want
tho beer saloons. Wo count It a
plain retrogression from the pledged
word of the government that "government control" would not lead us
back to the old bar and treating facilities. Thin is not merely a step In
that direction. It la going all the
way, and we do not want it.
During the address charts were ex-
Burglary    ?...
Poolroom  Bylaw   	
License   Bylaw   	
Barbers  Bylaw   	
Trifflc  Bylaw   	
Building   Bylaw   	
Carry Concealed Weapons ....
Demand Money With Threats
Keep Gaming House     1
Inmates     13
Malicious Damage     8
Carnal  Knowledge      1
Illefcnl Wearing Service Decorat'n   2
Supply Ammunition to Minor ....   1
Drunk and  Disorderly    44
Pound Bylaw     3
Poll Tax
Cause Damage By Firo     1
Obtnin Money Falso Pr tense
Disorderly   	
Resist   Arrest   	
Illegal Discharge Firearms  .
Obs'ructing  Police   	
Refuse to Assist Police	
Indecent   Conduct   	
Forest Protection. Act	
Trespass   	
Abusive Language 	
Common   Nuisance   	
Total
278
Child's   Best  Laxative   is
"California  Fig Syrup"
Hurry Mother, even a fretful peevish child loves the pleasant taste of
"California Fig Syrup" and it never
fulls to open Uie bowels. A teaspoonful Unity may prevent a sick child
tomorrow.
  Ask   your   druggist   for   genuine
hlblted showing the relation of drunk-1 "California   Fig   Syrup" which
enness to crroe and to facilities for (directions for babies and children of
drinking, and illustrating tho fallacy all ages printed on bottle.   Mother!
ot tbe economic argument for govern-' **—  -"'••  -*■" ,,*r**-«fcw»*,i.*.,»  nr vou
men control.
You must  say "California"
may got an Imitation fig syrup.
. SYNOPSIS OF
LAND ACT AMENDMENTS
PRE-EMPTIONS
Vacant, unreserved, surveyed
L'rown lands may ba pre-empted b>
Hritish subjects over 18 years of age,
and by aliens on declaring intention
tu become British subjects, conditional upon residence, occupation
and improvement for agricultural
purposes.
Full Information concerning regulations regarding pre-emptions 1:
given in Bulletin No. 1, Land Series.
"How to Pre-empt Land," copies oi
which can be obtained free »>f charg.
by addressing tbe Department of
Lands, Victoria, B.C., or to any Government Agent
Records will be granted covering
unly land suitable for agricultural'
purposes, and which ls not timber-
land, I.e., carrying over 5.000 boarc*
feet per acre west of the Coast Rangt
and &,000 feet per acre east of thai
Range.
Applications for pre-emptions ar*
tu bo addressed to the Land Commissioner of the Land Recording Dl
vision, in which the land applied foi
Is situated, and are made on printed
forms, copies of which can be obtained from the Land Commissioner
Pre-emptions must be occupied foi
five years and Improvements made
to value of $10 por acre, including
clearing and cultivating at least flvi
acres, beforo a Crown Orant ran bl
received.
For more detailed Information set
the    Bulletin   "How   to   Pre-empI
Land."
PURCHA8E
Applications are received for put
iliaso cf vacant and unreserved
Crown lands, not being ttmbtrland
for agricultural purposes; minimum
prlco of first-elites (amble) Inud Is It
per aero, and second-class Ik'uzIiikI
land $2.HO per aero. Further lufoi
mutlon regarding purchase or leas-
of Crown lands Is given ln llullellt
No. 10, Land Series, "Purchase and
Leaso of Crown Lands."
Mill, factory, or Industrial sltos on
timber land, not exceeding 40 acres
may bo purchHsed or leased, tho conditions Including payment ol
stumpage.
HOMESITE   LEASES
Unsurveyed areas, not exceeding 2C
acres, may be leased ns bomcsltes.
conditional upon a dwelling holm;
erected In the first yoar, title belnp
obtainable after residence and Im
provement conditions aro fulfilled
and land has been surveyed.
LEA6E8
For grafting and Industrial pur
poses areas not exceeding 640 acre*
may bo leased by one person or t
company.
GRAZING
Under ths Grazing Act the Prov.
Ince is divided Into grating districts
and the range administered under ?i
flrnzlng Commissioner. Annual
grazing permits are Issued based on
numbers ranged, priority being given
io established owners. Stock-owner*
may form associations for rsngi
management. Froe, or partially free
uormlts are available for settlers]
campers and  traveller!,  up  te  t<4
hi'utt , v
MONUMENTS
CAMPBELL   *    HITUHIE
MONUMENTAL  GO.
Neleen
NOTICE
AFTER November 1st, 1923 our
office will be located ln the
premises recently occupied by
the late James T. Laldlaw whose
business we arc taking over.
We beg to notify clients of
the late Mr. Laidlaw, nnd others
that we shall be carrying on the
practice of Land Surveying together with our General Engineering and Contracting work.
DeWOLF ft HAM
B«iiBH!irri!;i,rM.:.'ii:i:|:i:.,,r',. fii'uriutf.P \
Sainsbury & Ryan
MULDERS AM)
CONTRACTORS
3     'Estimates Qtven am! Work
Guaranteed
I        Telephone! 333 nml M
I CltAMtltOOK     -      II.C.
■Klil!iai!)M^
Fuji Tea Rooms
Next Futa Grocery
GOOO MEALS      11
ji   TEA OU COFFEE
FRESH BUTTERMILK
T. FUJIYAMA
Milk and Cream
DIRECT FROM
Big Butte Dairy Farm
i'iionk io
CANADIAN
Pacific
CltAMIIiOOk THAI*. TINKN
NO 6? DAILY   To NeUon, Vtocouv i
Spokane etc. Arrive 12.10 p.m. lei'
12.20 p.m.
MD. 68 DAILY-To Ferule, Lettabrli
Medicine  Hat, (VilAiry, etc  An
i.lii p.m.; leave 4.20 p.m.
Cranbreuk, YVrclMte, Kimberley t
licet
No. 82S-Le*ve 7.05 a.m. No. 894—
rive 8.10 p.m.
Crnnbrook, Lute Windermere ll <
GoMen Servlee
Monday and Thuriday, etch * '
—NO. 821, leave t a.m.    Wednef
and Saturday-ND. 882 arrive I.S0 ,
For further parUenlart apply to
ticket agent
I B. PROCTOR,
Dtetrlet Paaeeaier Afeat, Oal*
J Friday, January 18th, 1924
KIM
THE CRANBROOK HERALD
PAGE FIVE
INTERESTING  ITEMS CONCERNING   HAPPENINGS IN AND ABOUT THE HCSI TOWNS ON THK NORTH BRANCH, WHERE MINING, LUMBERING
WYCLIF
;■******
KIMBERLEY   !
NEWS NOTES li
♦J*
IMF, AT THM NOW  DIMOR'S J
club Cafe, Cranbroolr* commodious
I'VTlllANS FROM TWO t*************************
SalTotocersI   «-*-'**••-I
Crauhrook *  "' MWS '""" Ktaherloy ta time ?
f   "or inclusion    in   tola   week's I
Klmhorloy     it ml
Members Join Forces l'«r
Soml-Aniiual Mooting
Clean, oomlortable,
1611
I    i>ii TiiMiloy ovonlng of this n-eok
Anyone considering taking life In-
olgliteen raoinbevs
UltlgO   ol'   KiiIkI
.    ,, ,   .,""", "',', '""Ivilli to tlie Crnnbrook Lodge lor tlte
ilionM consult RCurl In Itros., I , ,    , ,,   .
,     Ttooant.  I •»«'"" ll"vl"L•   '  '	
They nrn Dlatrlot Afienls
eurattco
Cranbrook
tor Canada's largest life Company, and
have specialized In lhat business for
fifteen years. 1BK
I'   the   KImherley
il I'ytiilas paid n
Curling hns lalten a firm hold at
Kimbei'lry ihis winter, the club there
now nuniborlng sixty or Bcneiity inein-
bers. Tlio new rink at iho townslto
nttjoinltag the skating rink, is belngl
keiu In constant use since II ,vllB:"ri'"s follows:
tint  put into use a tew  days ago. N°rtu/ S^Bt Lo(1S
Thero nre not a great many old curl-[''• Cn"80" 	
era  ilicro yet. lint those there are!     walker 	
havo been made skips, and uru rapid-,      NelflOll 	
ly   xpcctocl to round out tholr rinks J- W' HaJ^vard .
into good shape.     Games witli Cran-      Imogen	
brook nre of course on tho board, and"'- Clowuiilook ..
it is likely two rmks from this city w- Pederson ...
will no up on Sunday night for tlio! ■'• sl<ot( 	
llrst lnter-town games of the season.  | JI- Ucduz
of having a Jolnl ItiBtallatloi
tlllcors for lhe next ensuing term
hi .six months. After the installation
;nd otiici' business, a social time was
ihe order of mines nnd n banquet was
served to which between tlfty and sixty sat down. Bro. A. Hurry, as tho
deputy Orand Chancellor directed tlte j
ceremony of Installation. Cranbrook
Tho new officers ot the two lodges(Kimberley
1  IsDlto. ,;,
**************************
CRANBROOK LEADS
SO EAR IN HOCKEY
LEAGUE STANDINGS
Locals Havo Won Two Onl nf
Three Gaines I'lnjed in
Two Team Series
CBANBBOOK AND
KIMBERLEY LODGES
OF ODDFELLOWS UNITE
lolnt Iiisfallatloii   of   Officers
!■• 'leld On.Mondaj-.Lasi
" llll Good Attendant
ANO FARMING INTERESTS ARE SUPREME.
IV
; WYCLIFFE NOTES ,"||
Master Otis staples baa returned to
" 'M'"S;''V   <m   at   ll ,dB„ ,.00m)l
10 A1"|ltorlum a joint installation
I" Id or the new att -s for Key
Lodge,    No. 4",    and    Sullivan
iiis home from Cranbrook after having been confined there for come tine
ittack oi' measles
with
'■'   • ■  No 35, 1. o. o, f
->ngnp Standing
W L D Por Ag, Pta
....   2   1   2   24   21     fi
1   2   2   21   24
So
Before deciding on that new build-,
Ing or tbat repair work* see Geo. R. j
Leask, the Pioneer Builder of Kim
berley and Cranbrook. I8tf
MRS. V. CALDWELL
KIMBERLEY
LADIES' MISSES AND
CHILDREN'S   WEAR
It will pay you to seo our prices
before you buy elsewhere
   IC R. S
.. II. P. & M. E.
   If, W.
    I. Cl
   O. 0.
   M. A.
Crecsent Lodge No. 33. Crauhrook:
J. Taylor   C. 0.
H. Kunimer   V. 0,
A. H. Blumenauer   P.
] II. L. Harrison     K. R. S.
Jj. L. Walker  M. P.
B. A. Hill   M. E.
ff. A. Wilson    M. W.
X.  Holdener      1.0,
J. Mullen   0. C.
A. Ryder     M. A.
-    .-   _   ...   -i     -t
Crnnbrook is loading the East Koot~
r.t;. Kimberley:  ''Imy league by one game.   The locals
rj q. wero away at Kimberley Friday and
y_ q, Sunday; losing on Friday 7 to li and
p¥ showing a reversal of form on Sun-
■l  IL Munroe hoe ,„k„r, ,,„ „„.
.'    "' , "f """"""ie.    The »e„
■legation p,'.'M'„, fr„m ki,„-\   k "V6d ""r" s,,mo "me ego
lo-llng most „, tB, „,„,.„,.„     .,„„„„„ ,„„„„ „".,
he coming toim, about a I •■•iiloni  during  lhe  |„..,,„..   „,',
I" «" riron, the mining motrop- Kimberley |,„ Friday ,iig„, ,"'
lis making t„0 visit ,„ cranbrook.     «., hut onl o, commie       t„ ' ,£
The Installing otiicer waa the Diet, "mo ,,s a res,,,, „r „ doubttnl ch°ok
t Deputy Grand Maetor, p, it. Mot ll,v '"'" '•''"'	
P.O., of Key City Lodge] and
ng him were the following:
While, P.G.M., as D. D. (!. Mar
11 *****************************************************f
,S THE
Otis Staples Lumber Co.,
Limited
Manufacturers all Kinds of Lumber
Pine, Fir, and Larch
S. Fyles, P.O., as 1). D, ti. W„ w. s.
Johnston, p.u., as I). 1). <;. sc,.., r. p'
Moffatt.  P.O., „s  I).   D. ti. Treas.. A.
Walla
the'Hoe
0,
V. (I.
'ley by beating the miners
fastest game to date   bv
S to G.
Crnnbrook nnd Kimberley T|P
Wednesday night's  game al   Cran
brook resulted   l„    another tie, thel Rec. Sec.
™,,d o   the season that the locals   .Sec.
have  had  at home.    The  Cranbrook I Treas.
earn was considerably weakened bylc ,„■„„■
the abfn<» <•' Jimmy Jones who was Warden ..
".red at Kimberley and may pes- R. s. N V,
sibly be   out    ot   ,)le game for two L '
weeks. Rev. Father Ehman,, was al- R. s' v' tl
eo away and his services were missed 11, s V 0
as he is a player of some merit.   The lit. s.
'■ P.O., as D. II. t:
P.O.. aa I). I).    (;
Chap.
by two Kimberloy players, it Is very
probable that .lim will not be able to
gel. iu tlie game again this season.
I'.'. I.. Staples returned home from
.Vlnuipcg on Saturday afternoon.
M«ssrs. A. ff. Foster of New Vork.
' were In
tt. and Hon ,""1 "• S. Perkins of Calgary
score ol'j    The new officers of Sullivan Lodge
installed were as follows:
■..  P. Johnson, P.c
    W. S. Green
 I. w. Blozard
    K   A. Hlnes
.. R. c. Pemberton
    P.   Will's
  D. Morr'soa
II. S. Andrews. P.G.
  E. C. Spinka
  T. c. Crosby
  S. ('. Cook
Morrison
List
Bros.
your   properly   with
game was a see-saw affair endng 4-4. L  s' s r  ru ,
Kimberley led 2-1 „,  the close of I o             '    "l 7°"
the  first  period:   Cranbrook  evened 0 G       ,   ,.   ,
Martin matters up lu the seC0„d and  both! chaplain     \v   T?
35tf teams went  t„ »  ~ "C-nnpiarn         «,  B(lmj8
I'll   meet   you   at   the
Cranbrook.
.15tf
Club Cafe.
35tf
When Yen Think ol Insurance
— Call Up —
BEALE & ELWELL
I'linne 20      ::      Crnnbrook  |
Rule Atreiits fnr KImherley Timnslte. i
I .Announcement I
The man with a bona Tide son -e of
humor Ig tho fellow wlio can laugh nt
hia own expense and then pay the
war tux to boot.
teams went to it even to start thel At the close of the business cession
remaining twenty minutes. Cron-ja social time was enjoyed, and refre-
brook forced matters und went, ahead I shmenls were served while n social
but owing to beiiifi weakened and no j tlmo was Indulged In,
substitutes Kimberley evened the; The elected and appointed officers
score and time ended. No over time!of Key City Lodge for the ensuing
was played an Blumenauer was hurt nix months' term are as follows:
and the locals had but five men who|N. (1  It- W. Leonard
could
Mti
Ull,
8. LIME RICE
has opened a permanent
Dental Parlor in Kimboiiey.
having taken a suite over tlie
Ihnior's Cafe,
Dr. Rice will be In Kimberley permanently after January 141 It, 191.4.
Announcement
DIMOR'S CAFE
AND ROOMS
Newly constructed, are now
open to the public. You will
find the cafe clean, comfortable
and up-to-date In every particular. Rooms are furnished with
the best, and have hot and cold
water in each.
[ himtnTley
Peever
L,
I Rochan
J Musser
lOrlffltlw
j Lafortune
GUI
Murray
y law ter
continue.
The
lv. t;
lineups
Goal
Defense
Forwards
■ ■  Rao, Sec. .
Crnnbrook rm set-
Treae. ...".
Hogarth j Conductor
[wnrrten  ..
R. S. N. fi.
**************************
A. Johnson
Mens' Furnisher
BOOTS AMI SHOES
Null Cnsfs mul Trunks
OVERALLS
Hoots and .shoes Neatly Repaired
a%MAP\AWWNYY*.W«%*.\S%S"rV
^ a
Morrison & Burke
lli'iilcrs In ('mil nnd Wood
I1UH8FEB WOKK im\K
Tell your wlvee and tell vour    jC
A. Mellor
GENERAL   MERCHANT
STAPLE .(■ I'AXcv GROCERIES
OENTS   PDRNtSHINOS
LADIES AMI CHLDREtTS
SHOES AND HOSE
■ RUBBERS,  GLOVES   ETC.—
SEE TS FOR PRICES—
The man who ink
to  church   and   leaves   it   out   in   the
\eslibule, has true Chrtatlan faith.
Blumenauer
Whitehead|l| s, X. r:.
R. s. v. a
Mitchell: i    s. V. C.
Peacoctt ;:, s, s. ..,
>i" Huffman [,. s. s.  ..
l   (l	
io. o	
  j Chaplain ..
an umbrella' 	
town  Monday nn    busftio
Several car loads of Wycliffe hockey fans Dwelled tie ranks ot the
.ranbrook rootent Iwtii in Crnnbrooli
IVodnesday nl?ht and at Kimberley on
Sunday night.
UH'AI. HOCKBV
On   Tuesday ii.Rhl tlio "Bearcats'
and "Crabs" wont into action in the
second game of the league schedule,
The game was rani, furious, Interesting to the onlookers at all times and
painful ii» the participants sometimes,
The Bearcats took the lead iu the Initial period by BCOrlng twice but fulled *o bulge the turn In the second
Whllo   the   Crabs  forward   line   were
busy shooting in four .ullles.   The last i
period, which produced the best hoc-'
key,  was  scoreless  and   both teams
limped off tbe. ice with the score 4-2
The far famed kickers of the Crab
Club even wore smiles for the rest of
the evening.   The second game of the
week was played on Thursday night
and In ought together tbo Wolverines
and   the   Bearcats.    Tlio   Wolverines
hooked two goals in the first period,
while the Bearcats clawed around the
opposite end of tlie fee In a gallant
but  unsuccessful  effort  to outguess
that stalwart  custodian  of the net,
A   Wallace, P.O. Steve Clark.   The second period wasi
p  A  Willfams scoieless nnd in the third frame both'
q. ginC]alr outfits got   away to u fast pace.   In i
3, Johnston, p.g  thesG ,a8t two i,Br'0(Ia some s"n-ri»-j
A. E. Bowley fl*P bockey wus sprung on tho general
    H.  Bowley
    F, Doodson
S.  Fyles,  P.G.
     F. Woods
SLAB WOOD
SPECIAL ATTENTION LOCAL ORDERS
HIOH CLASS MILL WORK
Enquiries Promptly Dealt With
MILL OFFICE & YARD
Wycliffe, B.C. j
   A.  Ullrich
. 10. ('.. Dlngloy, P.O.
... W. 1>. Gllroy P.O.
.. P. G. Morris. P.G.
    A.  E. Leigh
Steveley
wlvet ami tell your
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WHITE LUNCH!
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tee
HEALS AT A Mi HOURS
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Think these Points
Over with Care
They may apply
to you. Beecham's
Pills have been, for seventy years, used by thousands of people and are today considered very useful
in safeguarding health.
Beecham's Pills help to
overcome disorders of the
stomach, liver and bowels,
prevent biliousness, constipation, indigestion, sick-
headache.
They keep clear the complexion and help to purify
the blood. Consider well
and take
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SHIPMENTS OF ORE TO
THK TBAIt SMELTEB
Following   is   a   statement   of   ore
rei five',! at tho Trail Smelter for the
lierioil January 1 to 7 inclusive.
Name of Mine nml Locality Tons
Alamo Mill. Alamo, B.C., lleatll  .. 32
tzlncl .. 51
tlranite. Taehuiu, B.C.     7
i Qullp. Republic, Wash  sn
silversmith, Sandon B.C., (zinc)
Sally, Beaverdell, B.C..
public, and If some of It was more
aWarncr bros.- C/dss/c cf trie ScrewtT
than usually bad. there were spots of'Al the Star Tnea'ro. Friday and Saturday, neit week. January
.   42
Company Mines    5242
Total
5477
WE CARRY A PULL 1.1X10 OP
Watches Clocks Silverware
Notions and Jewelry
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
A TRIAI, IVI1X CONVINCE
'•IU
SJLLS
Soli! rvrrrwli*;
Largest Sale of any*
Medicine in the World
Kimberley Jewelry Store
j M.niituli;, (•olil [)Jscor«rjrj — Di.,
covery of another rich gold deposit
tins been made in iho Manitoba mineral belt north of The Pas. Mining
engineers of tlie highest repute who
have examined the property state that
lit ts one of tlie host discoveries made
'in tho Herb Lake district. Samples
[of tbo ore that havo lieuii brought to
(The Fob are of 11 very rich character.
Heavy (.'ruin Loadintrs: — An in.
creuse of morn than 25.00O.0O0 bush-
el« is shown in the amount of grain
loaded over the tynadlan .National
Railways throughout the west since
the opening of the season on September 1, as compared with tlu* corresponding period of last season.
real -snappy work that more than off-'
set the effect of the other. Unfortunately the game had to be called within
five minutes of the natural end and
tlie scoro stood at 2-0 In favor of the
Wolverines putting them up into the
roof of the league. Larry Piper ref-
ereed both of these games capably and
well. Occasionally some excited player called upon the gods to witness
that he was being made the goat, and
the referee's vision, top storey and
general makeup impaired and In dire
need of various Improvements some.,
times suggested by said player—but
when all's said and done, safe, sane!
and reasonable argument seldom pre-1
vails in the heat of the game anyway, j
 -*-	
SMAIL TOWN" HEARD FROMi-l
Shipments of live stock from KJtscoty.
Alberta, a small town on tbe main line
of the Canadian Natfonal Railway east
[of Edmonton, amounted to 197 carloads last year, in addition to a large
amount of dairy produce and a couple of hundred cars of wheat ..ml
other grains. Tho wheat yields inj
that district ran as high as 45 bushels to the acre, much of il grading I
No. 1 Northern.
i ;fI'  "••!'■ v*5^- ■
Miss Nina W. West of Port Huron,
Mich., direct kin nf Roger Conant.
drut Governor of Massachusetts Colony, bus beon voted a salary of
(120.000 per year ns Supreme Commander <>r^ie Women's iwin-tiv *u-
for cougJiB take half a tea-
poor, of Mlngrd.a intcrnx
"to hefted part:,   yrir cohl
in heaJ heat and inhoJe.
Sllitmrtfi gi,,. jgjy ff/w^. w
IIINARD'S
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada Limited
OITICB8, 8MKLTINO AND R1JFIN1NU DBPARTHBNT
nUU,   BRITISH   COMTKBIA
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
I'urchaiert of Gold, Sllrer. Copper. Lead k Zinc Orni
Prodr.eert of Sold, Sllrer, Copper, Vlg Lead and Zlne
"TADANAC" BRAND
Edmondson's
Dance Orchestra
a
OPEN POR ENGAGEMENT
The Music With The Pep"
PHONE 890 BOX 522
am
ends PAiiC
SHOULD KEEP A BOX ON HAND. PAGK SIX
THK   ORAKHROOK   HERALU
Friday, January 18th, 1»24
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In OUR NEW DISPLAYS ol"
Silverware <&. Richly Cut Glass
You will find mauy Charming Designs al Prices thai arc
a Pleasant Surprise.
'•THE GIFT SHOP"
cA. EARLE LEIGH
"TRIAL nv JURY," Friday
day, February 1st and 2nd.
WATCHJIAKEK & ji:\\i:i.i,i:k
Nexl SI;
MiltlU'lSY   AVKMK
FIDE PROTEETIC
LOCAL.
JKAPPENLNG&
Insure with Boalo & Elwoll
Kemstitchlng.-
ileu Avenue.
'TRIAL BY JURY,'
February lsi :
Do nol Tail to
I mi u vital topic
1 dow ot the ('nu
: Co.
Mra.  Surteea,  Gur-
2tf
day & Satnr-
Ind.       48-48
1 the graphic i.harts
Bplayed In the win-
null Drug and Book
Dozen's Gara
aded a carlo)
low daya ago un-
While the a liee of tho Berkeley
conflagration are Btill cooltng II i i ma
wise iu bring to the atteatlon of tho
publio just a tew lessons worth remembering.
in four i-iiri' hours proporty tu the
value of approximately  ten million [ (];1V
dollars wan destroyed, thoro waa ao-|
ihi up left but it memory.   Wliero there
is uu Insurance that memory is n very
bitter one as the tiro in many cases
wiped out thu savings of a llfo-tlmo.
Only In a few casos was tho insurance
protection adequate to repair tho loss.
The total amount ot Insurance car-;       'll' 'l
riod was only five million:;, or about i1"11' "
50 per tent, of value. "An ounce of|r01
prevontlon is worth u pound of cure,'
Bu on guard to prevent Fire.
Bo active iu extinguishing Flro.
Bo Well Protected by Flro Insurance.
Bo certain tliat your Insuranco it
Sound.
Sometimes we forget that building
costs have materially Inc.eased and
tho furnishings of our homes cannot
ho replaced for anything like tho original Cost, so check Up your value:;
and protect your property with adequate Insurance in a reliable company. Tlio accident, of fire may sweep
away tho efforts of a lifetime, It may
take you ton or more >oars to regain.!01 the hest known national hymns.
tlio petition you had made for your- Tlio Native Sons have had the words
self prior to tho fire. of the best recognized vcisicm prin-
Bcale  &  Elwell   represent  reliable , cod on cards, which will bo used  at
companies and will gladly call on you  tbo meetings,
and give you the benefit oj their ex-' _ ,
porlonce in lire protection and secure |    The Salvation Army has been asked
for you lhe lowest possible rate. I to locate a Mr. Walter Woolven, who
Phone No. 20 or call on sometime  ago bad  bis resilience at
BEAM &  EWELIj Bull River,   Mr. WouWcn is ft man of
Hanson Block       hfty-f.vo years and was thought to
Who aro always at your service. Adv.jhavo been In business at Bull River
 •-*-* • [some tlmo ago.   Anybody knowing of
"TRIAL BY JURY," Friday <fc Satur- his whereabouts will thoy kindly com
day. February 1st and 2nd.        46-48 munlcftte  with the Salvation   Army
Captain.
Mrs. A. M. Hatton, of this city. who.	
atiou  al
Tho Follle
Dance al   ih
IVbv
Hill I
are giving a Leap Year
Auditorium on Friday.
.  1924 47
BORN*—To Mr. and Mrs. W. J
Alwan! of th.s city, on Sunday January 13'th, a daughter.
We carry a cull lino of Men's
men's and Children's Rubbers.
W. F. DORAN.
Onr low prlcOB win every lime.
Mr. J. 11. Walkley
day from a uusine;
wlere he had gono
While at the stock
returned on sun-
i trip to Calgary
o purchase Stock,
yards Mr. Walk-
ley
ak'
ontrocted a cold which according
Calgary doctor, had tl not been
i in Unto might have proved very
serious. Since returning Mr. Walkley
lias been confined to Ills homo a bi
told being all Hunt is said to be bis
trouble, a report that he had contracted pneumonia is not correct. Mr.
Waikley's nomination papers had to
be taken to his home to he slRiiod.
We can y a full line of Men's Women's and Misses' Shoes.
Our low prices win every time.
W. F. DORAN.
Motor  car  owners    are    reminded
of 1024 Studebaker that license renewals were due at the
F. I). Magro has al- beginning of tho year, and should be
ready  taken  delivery of one of the taken out without delay for cars that
now Studobakera, making a fleot of  ftro In use at present.   The provincial
three cars he is now using In his taxi ; police havo instructions to enforce tho
business. regulations iu this respect, and do not
desire to work hardship  ofti anyone
The  license  fees  have  been  reduced
twenty-live per cent over last year.
Fourth Annual
ALL
11
i
I'niicr tlie Auspices of llu-
Cranbrook Curling Club
ON
The i/fllces of Mr. A. Hay, the district agriculturist, have Ik on moved
from Armstrong Avenue to the Hnn-
: >ii block, where much more commodious and comfortable quarters have
been secured.
i As tli.
j while bai
: the Xativ
;aow   be
, standard
ible
The Junior Girls' auxiliary ot Christ
church have made arrangements to
; hold a Valentino Teu and Dance at
a discussion a !the parlsh HilH on Thursday, February 14th, 1924. Afternoon tea will be
I served from 3 to fi. Dance from 8 to 12
I Melody Five orchestra. 40 alt
■ outcome
k at one of the meetings of
! Sous of Canada, they will
boast of B.nging a
f "Oh Canada," ono
A. M. nation, oi
recently underwent nn  open
tho hospital, is now doing nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Ii. Wilson left cm
Thursday for a few days visit to Spo- (
kane. %
Inspector V. Z. Manning is spending this week iu one ot his periodical
Inspections at. the Central School.
Mrs. Judge Thompson returned .
home on Thursday from a few days
visit to Fernie.
THK   WEATHER  BULLETIN
Official Thermometer Readings
nt Cran.-rook
Min. Max
January 10    .10       5
January 11   2!)      9
January 12     17       10
January 13     17       13
January 14   21      2
January 15    23 0
Jancary  lfi       18       I)
Announcement
THE HON' TON is now under Now Management,
Pa'rons are assured that In
future Ue Bon Ton will be run
as a first class Cafe.      Meals
will be served at all hours   of
5  the day.
JS     Tho patronage  f Ladles is es-
]C peclally invltad.
£   Mrs M. Rowe Proprietress
SpeclU! Special! Tungsten Lamps
at bargain prices. 25, 40, and 50 watt
for 35c.
Our low prices win every time.
W. F. DORAN.
A business meeting of the Parent-
Teacher Association was held at the
Central school on Wednesday afternoon. The mooting was opened by
president Mrs. J. Jackson and after
tho reading and adoption of the minutes the meeting was open for the
consideration of new business. Under
this head It was decided to hold
Cookery Sale on Saturday, January
2Cth, In tho K. P. Hall at 3 p.m. to
raise funds for the slide machine for
tho schools. Four members were then
asked to take districts for canvassing
cookery, candy, etc., for tables. Mrs,
North was appointed to canvass the
South Ward district; Mrs. J. Kemball
to Slatervllle; Mesdames Baxter. Far-
roll and Rankin for the town district.
The teachers consented to serve tea
so everyone will ho assured of a good
welcome. A special effort is being
mado to raise the membership to 100.
Tlio membership committee are asked
to make returns as soon as possible
to Mrs. Jackson, Mrs. B. G. Hayman
or Miss Campion.
■ ,:j;i:::::,!...'..:;i r;u mi-'-r.iii,!:;!
The Qeneral Meeting G.W.V.A.
The Parent-Teacher Association aro
holding n Cookery Salo In the K, P.
hall on January 20th, at 3 p.m.     48-8 I
I
One of the popular railroaders of
tho city left this week for a now field
in the person of Jock Thompson, who
loft on Thursday for Lethbridge. Intending to take up a run out of that!
city or Macleod as a conductor. Tbe
opening of the new oil refinery at
Calgary, and the big prairie grain,
movement has meant a lot of now
traffic over that division of the C. P.]
R», and a shortage of conductors has
resulted. For the present Mrs.
Thompson and family will still rem-,
atn In Cranbrook.
Friends of II. L. Burtch of the Mc- j
Creery BroB. store staff, have regret-]
ted to learn that the stato of bis I
health of late has been such that he
has been advised to go to a lower j
altitude and a warmer climate. He
has suffered from hemoirhages of the i
lungs, and Is now at his home. It '
Is expected he may leave fn n week|
or ttn days for California or Colors- '
d". Mr. Burtch has just completed |
a term as Noble Grand of the local!
lodge of Oddfellows, by whose mem-I
bers he is held In high esteem. His
place in the McCreery store has been j
taken tor tho present by W. S. John-',
ston.
BINS MIT
Friday, January 25th
*
AT THE
HURRY'S   !
WHITE LUNCH |
IS THK PLACE TO EAT. f
Wlillc Help Only !« Employed. *
Ion will (Imi this Colo a Homey *
Pliiee to Enjoy Your Meals     %
ALEX. HURRY    -   Pro]). %
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AUDITORIUM
Cranbrook, B.C.
GRAND MARCH 9.30 p.m.
Tickets - One Dollar Each
Rev. ii. c. Froeman is spending a!
week or so at Creston assisting  In
'special services there.   Me expects to
1 K-ave on Saturday of thin week.
!J!llllll!IIIHIIIlHH1llinillLnilllllH.1llllllllllinH
Announcement
Tohnston's
Jitney Line
On and after Monday December 17th, a jitney service will
bo iu operation In Cranbrook.
with headquarters at the Cosmopolitan Hotel. You can go
anywhere   in   town   fur   35C
PHONE 64 POR SERVICE
SATISFACTION ODAlUNTfiED
II!
Tlie General Monthly Meeting of the G.W.V.A.
will be held in the Club Rooms on Saturday.
January 19th at 8 p.m.
Jfffffff.Vff.-.V.W.V.V.V.V
WANT ADS.
HTAtt  8KCCND  HMD   STORE
I'heitr P.
We pa? the best prices golni for all
kinds   ot   furnlturs.      \Y < buy any.
thing from a mouse tr i to in tut/v
mobile.
W  W. Kllby, Auctioneer and Valuer!?
. . i *r
 —— ■ *
OB BOOMS will soon bo too Small. $
Wanted to runt, a store, beforo ^r.'rd; *
of February.    Thompson & Peter-1?
son, Secondhand ytore, Armstrong *
Avanno.    opposito  Imperial  Hotel. J
Box 238. 47tf ♦
. *
 1*
FOB SALE—Pair heavy win loosing'£
boon. For particulars apply Il<« "2.1 J
,.Cranbrook, B.C. ITir
Announcement
Messrs, McCarthy & baton,
formerly engaged with SHELLY & CO., Lethbrldge, have
taken over the Bakery recently operated as DALE'S BAKERY, and are already turning out Bread that is winning for
llii'in mttiiy satisfied customers.
Why send out of town for Bread when you can get
exactly ns good In your own city?
IIAII.V DELIVERY OF BREAD, CAKES AND PASTRY,
PHONE 23 FOR
The City Bakery
v********i**********************************^**
It Is A Real Pleasure
FOR IIS TO SERVE YOU
Our courteous and fair manner
of doing business is winning for us
niiitiy friends
I
    V
FOB sai.io nu EXCHANGE. —Martin X
niflo, 38.M, In booiI shnpo. for Hale J
or would exchange for 12 guago £
shot Klin. Also 1 point deer hcnil, X
woll mounted, for Hale. Apply II. f
Corl|ett. 40-47 X
W,ANTEI.-AdvorllHer doHlra to par- I
..rloiBo flvit room hoiiHo with modern ▼
MAY WE NOT HAVE A
TRIAL ORDER FROM YOU
Nicholson's Grocery
Annual Fancy Dress
Ice Carnival
and ^Masquerade
CRANBROOK'S 1IIG NIGHT 1
Thursday, January 24th I
PROGRAM HILL INCLUDE INTERMEDIATE HOCKEY  j
GAME FKOM 7 to 8 P-m- |
MASQUERADERS from 8 to 9.15 |
GENERAL SKATING from 9.15 In    10.15 I
AU bona-flde MaSQueraderB will he admitted Free, except for   |
small oharge of ill.' .V 15c, Full name and character represented must   |
aceompany each  ono competing in costume. □
1st and 2nd Prize      liest Dressed Lady |
Ist and 2nd Prize   Hest Dressed Heal. |
Ist and 2nd Prl/.e  Best Dressed Oirl under 1(1 yrs. j
1st nnd 2nd Prize Itest Dressed Boy under HI yrs, |
1st und 2nd Prl/.e Best Comic Cliitrnrter, Adult 1
lsl und 2nd Prize .... Best Comic Character under 1(1 yrs. |
Prizes of good value and well worth competing for, to be 1
announced later. il
it Ih tho Intention lo remove ibe bii; window* from the dressing room |
nnd engage a Good OrchoBtrn, which will famish muelc rind f.
make Bleating more pleasant.     Forget your election
disappointments.     Come otll and enjoy yourself
in a good, (lean healthy pastime.
GENERAL ADMISSION:  For Adults     50-J
For Junior, under lit yrs,    25tt
Don't Overlook the
SENIOR HOCKEY GAME, KIMBERLEY vs. CRANBROOK
Wednesday, January 2!lrd	
Your boys arc putting up a brand or Hockey that should hove your
endorsement ami support,      Come out aud see the fastest
game on earth.      It won't do you any harm —
pat some color In your chcoks.
— Under the Auspices of —
CRANBROOK AMATEUR ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
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Thanks to the Ratepayers: j
inniiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiirjiiiiiiiiinaiiiiiimiim nianiiiuiiini!iiiuiiiiiiiii,ii:::.;m:!iUii:ii» iitiiniinHmimwnna'iN n.
I Business
Announcement!
Mr. Austin \V. MacDonald, of Vernon,
B.C., has acquired an interest in the Beattie-
Noble Drug and Stationery business. Mr.
MacDonald will act as managing director of
the concern. Mr. MacDonald is a graduate
of Dalhousie College of Pharmacy, and is
registered in British Columbia and New
Brunswick.
Mr. Noble, who has been with the firm
for many years, will be in charge of dispensing.
i
It will be the aim of the concern to
give the public the utmost in service and satisfaction, both in the store and in the prescription department.
Beattie^Noble,   Limited
^i.i .•cr'.».iiSi»HiVa*riiiiiiiiritrjiiiiiiiiiiiicaiiiritiiiiitc3iiiiiiiitiiiE3itiiiiiiriiir3itiiiniiiiicaiiiiiiintiit3}.t.!iiiriiTtiiiiiiiiiiiiir]iiitiiiiiiiiTiiifniittiti*c
Though not elected to the Olty Council for 1924, we
desire to extend our thanks to those who bo generously supported ub with their votes and influence.
A. £. Jones - J. E. Kennedy
Operators will not
Recognize I. W. W.
NO NEGOTIATIONS OK ANY KIND WHATSOEVER WILL BE CONDUCTED WITH REPRESENTATIVES OE THE I.W.W. IN CONNECTION
WITH WORKING CONDITIONS, WAGES OU
OTHERWISE.
OPERATORS ARE PREPARED TO TAKE
ON SUCH OLD EMPLOYEES AS THEY MAY
DESIRE. j
Mountain Lumber
Manufacturer's Assoc.

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